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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 July 1902

Bicycle Closing Sale A Fine 25.00 Wheel Guaranteed the Season, For 31Ö.OO tick's Gash Hardware Leader In lo w Prices. A good Tandem for 015.00, to Close. übe Cribune. HENDRICKS & CO-, Publishers. Plypoath. lndM July 31, 1902. Advertisement to appear In THE TRIB UNE mcit be In tefore Tuesday noon tola are tiielr appearance Id the issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Postal Clerk Gretcber is visiting his parents at Pierceton this week. Miss Pearl Dietrich, of Bremen, vis ited at John C Kühnes Sunday, Jesse D. Chaplin, of Bourbon, trans acted business in this city Monday. Harry and Loretta Brown have gone to Ft. Wayne for a visit of a week, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hartle are spending ten days at tbe Winona As sembly. Mrs. Arthur Metzler, oX Rochester, is spending a few days with her par ents in this city. August will probably be a dry month, because Hicks says it will be yery stormy and wet. Mrs. Lizzie Walter, of Bremen, vis ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Boss, in this city Saturday. Mis...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 July 1902

Fill, HOW A HAS BEEK Cornishman Meets Final Defeat in the Ring at the Hands y of Jeffries. - EIGHTH BOUND D0E3 THE TRICK Ficht AH Bob's Way Till He Catches Two Lefts, One Is In the Stomach and the Other in the Jaw and He Gtes Down and Is Counted Out for Keeps. Fan Francisco, July 2G. After fight ing a battle of eight rounds that was fraught with brilliant and courageous werk Robert Fitzsimmons last nipht forfeited his last claim to the heavy weight championship, He was knocked to the floor by James Jeffries ar.U counted out after he had so badly punished the champion that it was a foregone conclusion among the specta tors that the Cornishmau must win. Bleeding from a number of gashes in the face, apparently weakening, and clearly unable to cope with Fitzsim mons' superior skill, Jeffries delivered two lucky punches as Fitzsinimoiis paused in his fighting to peak to him, and turned the tide. Settles It for Fitzaimmon. The battle was brief, but notewor thy, and will live in pugilistic...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 July 1902

TTO mm ana Another carload of Smooth and Barb Wire, and a car load of American Fence. The only Fence made that contracts and expands with the weather. Always the same. Get our prices before you buy. JOHN V. ASTLEY AND SON Leaders in Good Qoods, Low Prices and Full Weights. XLbe ZEtibune, HENDRICKS & CO.. Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., July 24, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TI1E TKIB CNE meat be in before Tuesday noon to in sure tnelr appearani-e in tbe issue of tba week. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. J. D. McCoy has been visiting in Rochester this week, Jerry Liggett 's pension has been in creased from $10 to $12 a month. James Corl and Miss Clara Disher were married at Bourbon Sunday July 20. Mrs. "William Tye, of Bremen, has gone to Canton, Ohio, to visit her daughter. ( The wheat on the farm of Oregon C. Gibbons near Inwood, yielded 34 bushels per acre. The Plymouth second nine was beaten at Culver Wednesday. The score wir 14 to 13. Mrs. Hattie Marks, who La;; been visiting here a few wee...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 31 July 1902

1 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TOJULY.25, 1902. AS rCRMSHED BT C RESSNER & CO., owners of the only abstract book In the county. Abstracts of title to all real estate In Marshall county conpiled promptly and accurately. Lucinda Anderson and husband warranty deed to Caroline A Hart man part of out lot 18 Wheelers add to Plymouth; consideration $75. Benjamin Easterday and wife war ranty deed to'Myra E Rennells lot 1 Easterdays sub div of lot 2 in sec 21 T 32, It 1: consideration $60. Moses Berkeypile and wife warran ty deed to Charte Edward Berkeypile n hf of sw q of sec 2, T 33, .5 3; con sideration $4000. Heirs of David Stonehill die'd war ranty deed to Alvaretta Sellers w 281 rd of e 47 2-6 rds of w hf of se q of sec 36, T 33, R 3: consideration $140$.. Heirs of David Stonehill dec 'd war ranty deed to Loretta Brockey w 9 rd of e hf of se q and e 19 1-6 rds of w hf of se q; consideration $1403.. Heirs of David Stonehill dee'd war ranty deed to Ida B Young w 23 1-6 rds of e hf of sw q o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 August 1902

THE.. PLYMOUTH Sce - BUNE. WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. 1901 NO. 45 LEADERS ARE ANXIOUS inaications mat the U. Ivl. W. Officers Are Lookino- for a. rv;; ; e.ri, NO BREAXIN THE RANKS IS NOTED Distribution rf Itelief Pa !snm Dissatisfaction Prowler Shot at Tin plate Question Settled. Wilkesbarre, Fa., Aug. C The day having passed without a resumption of mining In the strike region caused rejoicing at President. Mitchell's head quarter? last night. There was some fears t'jat work might be started at the Woodward colliery of the Dela ware. Lacka wanna and Western com pany, near Plymouth, and a large number of strikers and their sympa thizers were stationed in the vicinity; but when It became known for a cer tainty that the mine would not resume tne strikers returned , to their homes At the OffifVS nf thA fni 1 mmnnntiisi the only Information that would be flvn r.nt tvn;t tKr. n-tn fV Atw.K.ifnra got ready to resume work they would do so. but bow soon t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 August 1902

TLbe tribune. EaliblUhed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. I -lepiione .No. 127, OFFICE In Bissel! Block. Comer Center and Laporte Street. iiVk.RT181NG HATES will be mad Known on application. Entered the Pos to 5 ce at Pljruouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yar in Advance $1.50; Six Monthsjrs cents; Three Months 40 cents.de llvered at any postofEce. Plymouth, Ind., August 7, 1902. THE STATE TICKET. Secretary of State. DANIEL . STOKMS. Auditor of State. DAVID . S1IEKK1CK. ., Treasurer of State, NAT U.HILL. Attorney General, CHAliLES W. M1LLEII. Cleric Supreme Court. ROBERT. A. BUOWN. Superintendent of Public Instruction. F. A. COTTON. State Statistician, BENJ. F. JOHNSON. State Geologist, W. S. B LATCH LE Y. Judge Supreme Court, Flfn District, John h. Gin urr, Judzts Appellate Court, FliANK It. ROBY. U. Z. WILEY, W.J HENLEY, JAMES K. BLACK, I W. COMSTOCK. W. E. HOBINSON. COUNTY TICKET. Representative in Congress, ABRAHAM LINCOLN BKICK Representati...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 August 1902

WMBWMttJialWWIMiitapX6.lS3-' M'KINLEY'S MEMORY Senator Fairbanks' Notable Address At Tablet Unveiling. ELOQUENT TRIBUTE TO MARTYR His Place cf Worship Becomes a Shrine cf American Patriotism McKinley Brought to Public Service a Tremendous Sense of Responsi bility Long After Monuments Have Crumbled to Dust the Influence of William McKinley Will Continue to Be a Benediction Among Men. In tte Metropolitan Church at Wash ington, of which the late President Mc . Kinley was a member, a tablet, the tribute of a life-long friend, Justice Thomas H. Anderson, was recently un veiled in memory of the last of our martyred presidents. Describing the attendant services the Washington Post pays, in part: As the president of the United States and a number of dignitaries of the nation, with the members of the church, sang with deep feeling. "Near er. My God, to Thee," at Metropolitan Church, a small silk American flag that had hung in the rear of the audi torium was drawn slowly aside and a tablet of...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 August 1902

XEbe ZTribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers, teiepnoue Ho. 27. OFFICE In Bissel) Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. tiiVLBTlSING RATES will be made knows on application Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance f.5J Six Months'75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.ie llvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., August 7, 1902. The commission appointed to reap portion Oklahoma has announced the total population of the territory to be 600,000, with one representative for every 22,000 people, and one senator for every 45,000. Hotel English, on Monument Circle Indianapolis, is now the headquarters of the republican state committee. It has a large number of front rooms, all the modern conveniences and is one of the coolest hotels in the city. The agricultural book of the north west territories show that In four years the production of wheat has in creased from 5,542,478 bushels to 12, S0?,447 bushels...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 August 1902

REDUCED PRICES ON FENCE WIRE I will sell the best Galvanized Fence Wire at the following low prices: No. 9 Galvanized Smooth Wire, at $2.60 per 100 rounds No. 10 No. It No. 12 No. 121 No. 13 No. 15 No. 16 Galvanized Barb, regular or Fence Staples, If you need any wire this fall now is your chance; it is a snap. Every pound of wire sold by me is guaranteed to be the best made. There is none better. Call at once. BUCK, The Cash Hardware Man Leader In XCbe tribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., Augutt 7, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TBE TRIB UNE mct be in before Tuesday noon to In jure tnetr appearance In the issue of tba week. 3S i LOCAL NEWS fc t t Ät"T"t 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 T 1 1 t 1 1 IK Miss Dessie Nyhart spent Sunday m Chicago. Lewis Miller has gone to Donaldson to visit his uncle. Frank Ilendricks, of Elkhart, spent Sunday in Plymouth. James E. Houghton made a busi ness trip to Argos Monday. Ernest McElrath, of Chicago, is spending his vacation here. Marion L...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 August 1902

CSV -...r - 1 ,t SEISMIC " TWISTER Sort of Cyclonic Earthquake Works Havoc in a Fruitful California Valley. SIXTY SQUARE MILES IN RUINS One Village a Wreck and Deserted by Its Inhabitants. FOUR DATS OF CONTINUOUS QUAKE Climax C"mes with a Spasm That Twists Hills and Makes the Harth Undulate Like Swells on the j ; ' Ocean. San Luis OWspo, Au?. 1. A strip of country fifteen miles long by four miles wide, rent with jranins fissures and dotted with hills and knolls that sprung up during the night as if hy magic; a village in ruins and hundreds of people fleeing for their lives, are the results of Wednesday night's seis mic disturbance In the prosperous and fruitful valley of Los Altunos, in the northern part of Santa Harhara coun ty. During the last four days that section of country has been shaken ly a series of earthquakes that is without precedent In the history or tradition of the Pacific coast, and the continuance of the disturbances, and the increasing severity of the shocks, have...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 August 1902

Barb and Smooth Wire Another carload of Smooth and Barb Wire, and a car load of American Fence." The only Fence made that contracts and expands with the weather. Always the same. Get our prices before you buy. MM V. ASTLEY AP1D S Leaders in Good Goods, Low TLbe '(minute. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., August 7, 1902. Advertisements to appear lu THE TKIB DNE meat be In before Tuesday noon to In sure tnetr appearance in the issue of tha week. i LOCAL NEWS f a TtTTTTTT Jonathan Brown is home from Co lumbia City. Miss Estella Chase is visiting her brother, Oliverand family in Cnica- go. Mrs. liert Logan icft on Thursday for a few weeks' visit at Jackson, Michigan. Several persons were robbed at "Warsaw during the parade of the Robinson show. Mrs. Dr. Reese, of North Liberty, is visiting her father, D. C. Cole, at bis home in this city. The Elks or Plymouth went toWar saw Thursday afternoon to assist in organi2ing a lodge there. Mrs. Frank Hendricks, of Elkhart, is visi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 7 August 1902

n CENSURE FOR TAYLOR Germ a.n Editor Disapproves of Remarks Made by One of Our Rear Ad.-nirals. TJKCLE SAM WARNED TO EE READY Five Years from Now, AVhen There la To De a Test of the Monroe Poctrine. Berlin, Ans. The utterances at tributed to Rear Admiral Taylor, of the United States navy, as to a prolv able conflict between Germany au-l the United States in 1007, was printed conspicuously h?re. The Tapreblatt says it requires all the wrongheadeduess of a jingo, combined with complete ig norance of European affairs, to imag- tXXT, ADMIRAIi HENKY C. TATXOR. ine that Germany intends to annex the Netherlands. Any German admiral so indiscreet. The Tageblatt continues, would be relieved of his duties Imme diately. What Rear Admiral Taylor Said. In a recent dispatch from the United States Uear Admiral Taylor, chief of the bunau of navigation at Washing ton, was credited with having given express-on u the ideas referred to in the foresting. n this dispatch Hear Admiral Taylor was described ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 August 1902

TTTT YMQ febOl Af . Office. WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST U, 1902. NO- 40 TTTT PL BUNE II u JUSTICE GMT IS OUT Retires from the National Su preme Court and Judge 0. j W. Holmes Succeeds. I VACANT CHAIR PEOMPTLY PILLED Appointee Not To Take His Place Until the Senate Acts Oleo margarine Decision. Oyster Day, X. ., Aus:. 12. The : president has appointed Oliver Wen- j dell Holmes, now chief justice of the i supreme court of Massachusetts, to be 1 associate judge of the United States supreme court, vice Justice Gray, who has just resigned on account of Ill health. Washington, Aug. 12. Justice Gray's resignation was not altogether j unexpected. It was recognized . that Y Ck TTrnl1 Ya linn KIr aoii nrs r Vita KSi-lAKA LC Us-i4ALri"w K.K7 L T& U14 duties on the bench, and the general JUSTICE HORACTC GPAT. Impression was that he would resign at or before the.beginning of the next term of "court in October. His succes sor, It is said, will not take his pla...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 August 1902

Zbc tribune. EiUblUheJ October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 27. OFFICE In Blssell Block. Corner Center nJ Laporte Street. ID VEBTI S I N (J BATES will be md known on application. Ewiertd the PostoflEce at Plymouth. Ind.. as secu ud class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance JL50; Six Monthsj7S cents; Three Months o cents.de Uverei at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., August 14, 1902. THE STATE TiCKET. Secretary of tate, DANIELE. STORMS. Auditor of State, DAVID E. SUERRICK. Treasurer of State, NAT U.HILL. Attorney General, CHARLES W. MILLER. Clerk Supreme Court, ROBERT A. BROWN. Superintendent of Public Instruction, F. A. COTTON. State Statistician, BENJ. F. JOHNSON. State Geologist, W.S. BLATCHLEY. Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, JOHN H. GILLETT, Judges Appellate Court, FRANK U. ROBY. C Z. WILEY, W, J- HENLEY, JAMES R. BLACK, kD W. COMSTOCK. W. E. ROBINSON. COUNTY TICKET. Representative In Congress, ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRICK Representative, PETER HEIM...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 August 1902

filOTIIIQISTISEIlD Responsibility for the Death of Beddall in the Shenan doah Riot. IN THE OOEONEK'S JUEY'S OPINION Policemen Shot at from Saloons Dur ing the Kiot New Idea in Strikes. Shenandoah, Fa., Aup. S. The cor oner's jury which has been investigat insyihe death tff Joseph Ileddall, who rvreived his fatal injuries in the riot litre last wirk, concluded its inquiry yesterday and rendered a verdict hold ing "Joseph I'aluwicz, a Lutchtr; Mat thew Paularkas, a oue-arnitd saloon-" keener, and many tthtr rioters un known to the jury,' responsible for the killing. The men named in the ver dict are now locked up, and ether ar rests will follow. The two men were taken into custody by two constables, who were protected by a. platoon cf Soldiers. shot at Iroiu Every saloon. A larse uumUr of witnesses was ex amined, including the three workmtn and deputy Sheriff Thomas lieudall, who wire hrst attacked by the mob; the six policemen who were subse quently set upon, and some of them fchot, ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 August 1902

übe tribune. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. rotepnoue No. -7. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center nd Laporte Street. SATES will be made known oq application. Entered the Jotofl5ce at Plymouth. Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $.50; Stx Months cents; Three Months 40 cents.de llverei at any postofSce. Plymouth, Ind., August 14, 1902. The democratic candidate for con press in Speaker Heed's district in Meine has written a letter in which he expressed the opinion that the Standard Oil Company has been bene ficial to the country. The action of Chicago Catholic or ganization in expressing confidence in the intelligence and fairness of Presi dent Roosevelt was wise from any point of view, and particularly from that of the welfare of the church. The King of Sweden threw off his coat the other day and assisted in res cuing twenty-three persons from drowning. lie is the kind of King that would have thrown off his crown had he h...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 August 1902

For Your Own AMUSEMENT Buy a Victor Talking Machine. A Complete Stock of Machines, Records and Needles at Buck's Cash Hardware. Leader In Low Prices. Zbc Tfribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., Aujust 14, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TI1E TKIB CNE mu-it be In before Tuesday Doori to In jure taetr appearance In the issue of tba week. I & LOCAL NEWS Miss Lulu Ilelpman has returned to Bourbon. John C. JTson was home from Chic afro over Sundav. II. J. Eisendrath, of Chicago, spent Sunday at M. Allman's. Miss Maude Price is reported on the sick list the past few days. Mr. a:id Mrs. .timer Young are vis itiLg at Racine, Wisconsin. E. J. and Milton Mayer, of Chicago, spent Sunday with home-folks here. Miss Addie Spangle, of South Bend, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Botsett. Miss Florence Cummings has re turned from a viit of a week in Chi cago. Mr. and Mrs.Keene, of Chicago, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pearce east of town. Mrs. Bert Fatzinger, of Bourbon, visited ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 August 1902

Expenditures Of The Last Session of Congress By r The Hon. James Hemenway, Member of Congress from the First Indiana District. A member of the Indiana delep-tion whp has arisen to a place of command ).ig influence in the national house of representatives by reason of the indus trious exercise of streng legal and bus iness ability, is the Hon. James A. Hemenway cf the First district. Mr. Hemenway is the "right hand man" of Chairman "Joe" Cannon, who, by the way, is also a Hoosier by birth, on the appropriation committee, next to the ways and means committee the most important of the subsidiary bod ies, "little legislatures," as Speaker Reed called them, which pr?ctically control the business of the .icuse. Ar. important position on the appropria tions committee 13 cf the greatest value to the entire state. Mr. Hemen way has personally had charne of the "steering" cf some of the most Import ant appropriation bills. By reason of his thorough knowledge of the subject, additional interes...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 August 1902

Barb and Sin Another carload of Smooth and Barb "Wire, and a car load of American Fence. The only Fence made that' contracts and expands with the weather. Always the same. Get our prices before you buy. JOHN V. fiSTLEY AND SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Zbc TEdbune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., August 7, 1902. Advertisements to appear In TUE TKIR ONE meat be 1 before Tuesday nocn to in sure tnelr appearance iii the issue of tba week. m m. a am mwm . m tf & LULAL NLWb & X t County Treasurer O'Keefe made a business trip to Chicago Thursday. Several cases of typhoid fever are reported in the vicinity of Burr Oak. D. Frank Redd and family have re turned from their visit at Climax, Michigan. Isaac Becker, of Xoblesville, is spending his vacation with his par ents in this city. Mrs. Dr. Knott and Mrs. Will Or man have returned from a visit of five weeks in Michigan. Lauriston Stanley died at his home in Argos, Friday, August 1, aged 34 years, 6 months and 21 da...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 14 August 1902

...Ii EDWftRD'S- FIRST- ACT Officiary, as the Crowned King, Is a Handsome Gift to the Nation. 0SBO2NE HOUSE TOE THE FEOFLE To Ba Used as a Home for Convales cent Army and Navy Ofäcers. Bulletin Says Ills Majesty Is All llight and None the Worse for Saturday's Coronation Tension. London, Aug. 11. King Edward has pipialized his coronation in a mem orable manner by the munificent slit to the nation of Osborne House, cue of the favorite residences cf the late Queen Victoria. The gift is made in the following message to his people, addressed to Trime Minister ftalfour. For reasons apparent in the document Itself, his majesty makes his intention f ' ?rt"Vi.; KINO EDWARD VII. public. The message is dated Buck Ingham Palace, Coronation Daj-, 1002, and says: "Under the will of the king's much beloved mother, the Osborne House estate is, as Mr. Balfour is aware, the private estate of the sovcreiirn. Ilav ing to spend a considerable part of the year in the capital of this kingdom and In its ne...

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