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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1902

FOR f EST NUT mpetltlve Examination to * • Held • lij Beaumont, June 11th. Tse op Representatives, Washington, April 12* 1902. 'o candidates for admission to the United States Millitary Academy at West Point, N. Y. are hereby notified tbaj a npetitive examination for the election of a candidate for ad- iion to the U. S. Military :ademy from the Second Con- >nal District of Texas will sld at the North-end( public iool building in the city of lutnónt, Texa9, on Wednes- I June 11th, 1902. * le vacancy to* be filled at Academy will occur July 1.1908, but in accordance with law and regulations of the department I km required i nominate a candidate for ad- year 4n advance of time of admission. 11 persons desiring to cOm- in the examination should kara arc la Arma n to Máka Trouble. And Infurli And Th By Associated Press. New Y.ork, May 2. —Deputy sheriffs.in pursuit of striking silk dyers in the village- of Lodi, N. J., surrounded the litote of Fre- mock Behne and called on him and his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 2 May 1902

jK&JSy pjSíá'S.a T— ®SKW inK* H<a1 estate and Insurance hk Building Oratlgtv ttMaM m? \/ A STRIKING DIFFERENCE «¿tf.OW'A Cos " , *>> **■**, . UNION MADE SUIT ^NON-UNION MADE SUIT Hit Best is the Cheapest — Euy tteSweef: Orr & Ca Haht rP. L-IAVE you seen our line *• *- of Overalls and Jump- ers? We have the larg- est-line and the best assort- ment of styles and síz¿s ever shown in Orange. Tí union made and are by the largest and best in the Overall business. Don't tail to see Our § U NOTICE. f ■ . Any subscriber to the Daily Tribune who fails • to receive the paper shoüld' report same promptly to the office, by tele- phone or in peréon, and the circuíate will investigate the complaint without delayr PERSONAL. i Poole is in' fet ' ' m Wi £■ r>'. ; Abe Moch is an arrival from- Beau- mont today. Mr. Moeh. is preparing to open hiB new. storei "The Fair." J. W. Ryan, commercial agent for the Southern Pacific railroad, with headquarters at Beaumont, is here to- day.' p....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 May 1902

' Sr.1 ■ ' i ■ ■ ■ . . % ' . '■ . * ; PHIi l|Pf| WfR' " : wr~ !§ h flip p| - ' ; ' ' S^SPBRt «& * ' I mm MEMBER ÁJÍOCIATED PREii B We print anything from a 19th sheet dodger to a ¡000-page [hook. Send lis your order. Rein Lithographing Co. ORANGE, TEXAS, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 3, 1902. exposition By Associated Pfess. POSTPONED. - Washington, May 8.—The Senate Appropriations commit- tee today decided to report | favorably the amendment post- poning the SyLouiSrExppsitibn introduced yésterdáy by Senator ,Cockrell. Ken* quar- Some pai m ill creations in ladies fancy at "nnswelled" • prices— Bros. THE KENTUCKEY DERBY. By Associated Press, '4.. Louisville, May 8.—The tuckey Derby- mile and a ter,", will be run this, afternoo on the Churchill downs ove fast track,' McDowell's: entr Allen A. Dale and The Riv are. favorites at 4 to 5 with A; Fraák; owned by George C. nett even money for se choice. Inventors is the ot started six to one. ! i M: TROOPS ARE TRAIN LOAD Is the Next Feature ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 May 1902

I* ■ "■'v ' -V. ' v.~";':"' j®P fcp ' frr ■•>'^,;.5l,. ¿u. . ííí* fOB —Í- l^; m s SE . $§> TflE ORANGE DAILY , REIN UITHOCRAPHINC CO., PUIUIH1M Isv Entered at the Postoffice; Orange. Texas, as second class mall matter CHAS. M. rein • W. C. EASTKRMNG J. E. HOCKEY.......! S.JE. DEMPSEY ..... MAKAptHQ EDITO .. ,N«WB AWD TBLIOBAPH EibWoa ,r.. GITT Editob ,:;ir.CtBODLATIOW MANAOIB SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Y«ar nvn«. ¡¡$t"00 Three Months SixMonths....,......,.,...,.. 3 00 One Month........ ADVERTISING BATHS OK APPLICATION ...mi «o w isstriu Evbht Aftbbnook at FoübiThibtt O'clock. • SUNUATS EXCEPTED. ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 3, 1902. jM "."The.genjeral Federation of Women's cliibs is In session today in Los Angeles, and the presi- dent's name is Catt. Scat, girls, there's a rat! A long, strong-, steady pull for greatness is what we want in Orange. Let us ge> close to- gether and wtírk in harmony," and success is sure. Let our civic pride receive justification on the 6th. - Let us roll up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 May 1902

k%m i.¡ m cjs BwW im m " ' , í- ■■ ■ ' ' - l ' í ' $ •? <£$ wvMMZww mm By Bjrin Macphcrson ' . J e Sanitary Policy of the Americans. CREDIT IS DOE THE (MITÍD STATES. ror the Disappearance of Yellow Fe- ver,'Raduood Mortality and General Satiafaotlon. Associated Press. , New York, May 3.- élect Palma has -President- made a thorough inspection of the civil m . ospltal, says a Santiago, Cuba, atch to the*, yribune. Gen. oac[uin Castillo, who was the ub-delegate of the junta in ew York, is the medical direc tor of the hospital, and he acted as a guide to the president-elect. General Whiteside accompanied " em. This hospital has been ade a model and modern in- stitution by the United States and is a good example of the ellent work done for Cúba duímg the American occupation. In the scrupulously clean streets and the sanitation of Santiago, . aré fo.und the causes of the dis- appearance of yellow fever and the reduced mortality rate. <• General Palma was keenly ap- preciative of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 May 1902

i- *- *+ ts m "+ b To the A STRIKING DJFPERENCe 0*K&CO¿ , b^PLE Of 4 •' UNION MADE SÚIÍ|N0IHJNI0NNADE9UiT The Best is the Cheapest — Buy the Sweet. Orr & Co. Haka «¿tabuamo i " i IJAVE you seen our lliie * * of Overalls arid Jump- ers? We Have the larg- est line and the best assort- ment of jstyles and sizes ever shown in Orange. They are union made and are made by the largest and best firm in the Overall business. * Don't fail to see our 50c Shirt Display It Will Pay You* NOTICE. Any subscriber to the*PAiLY Tribune who fails to receive promptly to the -office, by tele phone or in person, and the ^Ipulator will investigate the complaint without delay. PERSONAL. ■J. W. Link and Engineer Baugh returned last night from Pensaoola, Fla., where they had inspected the machinery of the paper mill which is to be removed here at «mee. \ J Mrs. W. G. Addison left this inorn- ingfora visit to New Orleans.' • Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson and family left this morning for Houston to visit a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 May 1902

! ír MEMORIAL DA it 'iMí. Egil GATES OCNtES IT. tedPrei . York, ^lay 5. John W. who has arrived here •om Chicago, is quoted by the as denying, the reports and his associates have gd control Of the Checago, * Louisville (Monon) by Rail- purchasing ,000 worth of stock in the n market and by the pur- <rf.$0,000,000 worth of stock 1 from Samuel Thomas, hing in it, as far as I'm nceraed," sard.Mr. Gates. MAJOR WAGNER DEAO. Associated Press. 13W York; May 5.- liam Wagner is dead at his íe, Short Hills, N. J. He a ineipber of the military r, the Loyal Legion of the ited States, and had served ith distinction as a major cavalry in the civil war. He one of the founders of Colo- > Springs, and remained for ears one of its foremost citi- es, being the first ¡ mayor of Vthe first president of í El Paso club. MpP Hawed by an address in «poke feelingly of dead. After paying the grand work the lodge was doting and speaking of "the significance of Memorial day, the ser- vjoeaolosed.by a praye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 3 May 1902

vy- i.. ' * ■ ■ /v ■ WmmM i sí § Ü C. Goodman Ileal Estate ■ and Triturante Dink Building Orange, C«W# A STRIKING DIFFERENCE • «,M*PL£ or a UNION MADE SUITfNON-UNION MADE SUIT I J"** ' "LI AVE you seen ourline * * of Overalls and Jump- ' ers? We have the larg- est line and the best assort- ment of styles and sizes ever shown in Orange. They ar$ Union made and are madjt by the largest and best fir^ in the Overall business. s Don t fail to see our It Will Pay Yousi The Itest is the Cheapest —- Buy the Sweet. Orr & Ca Note. tSTABLlilMKO l®7t ÍS § NOTTCE. . Any subscriber to the Daily Tribune who fails to receive the paper should report same promptly to the office, by tele- phone or in person, and the circulator will investigate the complaint without delay, ~ 'i , v Í''' ' ■ ' ■ PERSONAL. Ü' ,Arch McDonald left last night for á Buré trip to Sao Antonio. Mr. IcDonald will remain there for aéveral days; C. T. JMlson, of Lemon was among thé visitón to Orange yesterday who ■pent the day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 May 1902

!•** to a I MO-page Send us your order. Rain Lithographing Co. I ML <**§, i® i—^ I AiiOCIATED PREiJ v ►LUMÉ t ORANGE, TEXAS, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 6, 1902. \ i:i>;1'. The Dally Tríbune t live red to your home or / of business six days Week for 50 cents a NUMBER 45; Sfrwr:: ADMIRAL OCQ. W. BANCROFT ■ prcsidcnt W. O. BETTIS ,Ct-mj|«JPtNT JAS. P. ROACH CASHIER .v • -n S . The Orange National Bank $ íw on Level in Rate of Tranwlut. a regalar Banking BudRraw .. Every .accommodation which is coneiat- >• - ent With safe bankingwillbeexteBded -C ' our customers. Your account solicited ■ ■ " —^ 1 ■ h. > 1 1 *'■ Ora.i\ge, Texe^s. «/ M is, . ^'■C:'TCKn ENTfflE ¿íiUT ^^ ! BRAIN BREAD W PURINA MILLS )j V A) SV> 7 a KS lí^jS— XSnaNSlK ; « a s # # i >TíV*f#t iii'« ' • I: *■ i I t I ri k t .M I Ralston's Breakfast Food Ralston's Health Oats ' Phone No. 188. ^ K H. W. Bland :■■ ■ .•■:■ • >.í, í •: Butcher and Cattle Dealer Choice Kansas City Bee". Meats delivered promptly, to a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 May 1902

*>" . <• wm ,-,¡r :>■>%< X' Jr" ±«¥ *w IISS sv' ORANGE vDAILY TRIBUNE RE^ WITHOCR^PHÍNC 90*1 PÚ.L¡pM«., f , ^ . ; ;•'" . entered at tfac ¿ostoflttce, Orange. Texas, o* «econd class mall matter CHAS. l|- ' r. o. b/ S. b. h< *. JE- DI re¡in 3TERUNO CEY ÍPSEY ....y, ...MaKaóíno ETditob Oac y« su mOB -k W.' í u¿ ctolPTION "ft atm: f ... W# Three 60 YS? ...., ' 60 ADVRHTIMNU IMfBS APPLICATION. X tgSUlD MVIBT ArtIÉKNoüN At JPoüRtTflIBXr O'CLOCK, p-- JNbAYS E*b pt« . =Jfe W,-i';':J, -V,rarM ,-üiifT - ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY ti," 1&02. j®*! «• 'tfít/S:,;? T" 1 . '' fj 1 ." iBitPÍÍ PUS ni W||l líjnMfMf ■HI ; It i. • . I. ■ I' _ 1 . ^¡,,.'1 IS th)5ke any reason why we shouíd not make an effort to induce theTgovernment to make a soil survey of this portion of East Teias? That is one of the provincéfikM the U. $. Department of Agriculture. We needsuch a survey. Who will .take the matter up with the.Department?- UWKi .......,.tN*W8 AKI> TltBOBAPH BDtTOB . . _ , . . ..... ; ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 May 1902

Ni of ¿Ivlltty Must -Toward the People. tW Pre# -. York, May. O.—UoJldC^pr tomr ¡¡¿trinaba in an ad- ío the entire force of cus- íáspéctors, which assem- it the Bar^e office to mpet tbld the inspector tbit; 5^^ «* sW 11, £ Atlantic-voyagers must in p bé treated with more con.-. Jttóitf ' ' ; ' •.*.* lculties in passing bag* whic^.ft^e^tspe^d - ^ers on, incoming vessels, ™ $ done away and new regulations soon úníftitZirajK of'the-e-vils which, ivé aroftfefed cqmplaint. . [The- collector reminded the íen wlio meet steamships and search baggage on piers that r ire servants of the public and urged them to perform their luties in such manner as tó .merit public approval. The customs inspectors, about 250 in number, had tendered a reception to Collector Stra'na- han, Gen. James S, Qlarkson,- surveyor of the port; George W. itehead, appraiser, and Rob- ert A. Sharkey, nayal officer/ It iras the first timé in thirty years "íat there had been such ari af- " - E)o not be a ready made man. Glo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 6 May 1902

mm Wmmm m "T^r" 'Mmmmmmmmm .ASJ^KJNC-0,pp^N£| you seen our line óf Overalls and Jump- ers} We have the larg- est line and the best assort- ment of styles and stees ever shown in Orange. They are union made and are made by the largest and best firm in the Overall business. * C^PIE oryA ultiHON-UNIOH MADf'SUIt Don't fail to see otur It Will The Oest is the Cheapest -r- Bu/the Snet. Orr>CaN#l* MtApM«HCO IOTI. ToContinual Carlcatureof the Race by Stage and Press. ah organized move toward reform (« ¡3!?$ remllidsone ofotlier rtm™. Hniran menu ire no a l _ ■ ^^WBnÉagemen: lit for the tinners xtf any queen i shown in my assortment." t hose- Certainly there Is none to equal It °5£'i'a V, ; this Direction w|H Be Made by lrl«h Societies In the United \ lm always gives iDcjarlanft ■Wati;h,Iiuipéct9r,/or.O. & N. .\y. Inspector for Burroughs' Adding Machine. TICE. Any^subscriber to the Daily. 3ü^íe who fails to receive íe paper should report samp . promptly to the offifce, by tele- phone ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 May 1902

• ®f.'^pV m * V . " .'<"/ - * : . , " ' -' ' . ' « • '' " .,' .... 3 ' • '. • ■ , ■ • r.'-^4. . ■I %j y /, mtMm : v.1..... | SJ 1 KíS • ;i'iy 'i anything from a 16th dodger to a LOOQ^page ,i Send us your.order. RelA Lithographing Co. BBSS ;' •;'« . ..-h ' • ♦ wy. MEMBER ASS The Dally Tríbúne will ha de- livered to your home of business six days In the weak for SO cents a moifth. ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 7, 1902. UME 1 NUMBER 46 IN SANTO W. BANCROFT ' • sv WSIOSKT JA . P. ROACH CASHIf W. D. BETTIB ViC'C-MlSIOCNT TO CENSURE ' ''^y- 'yM-C X ' :v;* ' ri'j"; he Orange National Bank Transacts a regular Banking Business Every accommodation which is consist- ent with safe banking will be extended our customers. Your account solicited Orange. Texe^s Sis _J l i : : i l_ «# Lt the prices you have been paying for furniture? If |so, you have no cause to complain any longer, for we " have just Opened up in the Mount & Talbot building ? :• # opposite S. P. freight depot, with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 May 1902

WSSBmml ■ yv ' v. , • i . . ■ ' rrmlfe: r • ly&t. "Vf HE ORANGE DAILY TRIBUTE RUN LITHOGRAPHING CO., HJauSHCRS. Kntered at the Pos^oftice,Orange, Texas, as second clasut mall matter CHAS. M. REIN.... .manaoiko Ewtor W.C. EAÉTBBI.INU ,*......NaWS AWD TSLSOBJUPH ElHTOH J. B. HOOKEY.... ¡...Tirar Editob S. E. DEMPSEV. .Circulation Manag^b SUBSCRIPTION RATCS: One Year ,,V.........M do Three Months ..... Six Months "' .00 One Month advertising ratsh on appuaattton. SO .. 60 Pi" Issued evsrt Arrj oon at Four:Thíbtt O'omJok, •ATft.fe*«.*?*PJ . 7„... ^ ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 7, 1902. jM Every citizen of Orange should be proud today that he is a citizen of Orange, and.strive to unite evejy heart and hand to hasten the city's sure greát destiny. Now with a sound liver and "a healthy public sentiment let us lay hold with a ttrmer grasp and a stout' pull upQn the; tow-line, and land all good things, gfeat and'srríá^ly for Orange. ' ' . ' ' ..'■■■• ~•.. * ^ •' ' There are four poor old lonely fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 May 1902

1".; . HSpR! /•. .; '.w^'..._•■ .■ •■■> :■.;■ - ;■■■' '. • iBIP' ntlnutrd (rota Da ge t m ■:w*¿ i &M. FTMmM BS :j* «. I H the people of Orange *e to hearty accord ,with the reseiit city administration to uild up and improve Orange. He said in detail : "Perhaps not in the state of Texas has a bond issue proposi- tion ever received such a unani- mous vote; and.Ibelieve that the peopl&of Orange are prompted solely by one desire, and that is to do What is necessary to im- provefthe city. These bonds," continued the mayor, "will be issued at once and placed on the, market. In. the meantime WOrk of improving will proceed and arrangements will be made so Hjfhat the city can secure mqjiey to go along with the improve- ments just as though the bonds were sold." ' ; ' "With this money" said Mr. jink "the city will be able to -grade nicely fevery one of its streets where people. reside. We have at least Twenty Ave miles to place in good condition. We will also do away with the abomi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 7 May 1902

fBf ' M'J ¡V.-*«í|!OT - i ' '; ' s ■* ■'" % •*"> flrai gWMBWMV V i •; 1 '-«I mMm m s¿ftó •C;yVví;:vV-r;fSv-v; V/-'^v; JEi ': >! '.V-V'..1 '- v V>;~- '.. '.i 7 . • ". '.--ir —— GREATLY ALARMED 24K2 fe •tor :t4 A STRIKING DIP-PCRENCfi «jltfl ORRA Coj • . .. ¿jtftPLE Or 4 ; UNION MADE SUIX^NON-UNION NADE SUIT Hie Best is the Cheapest — Buy the Sweet. Orr liCaKika ESTABLISH CP I®* . OAVE you seen our line ^ A of Overalls and Jump- ers? ^7e have the larg- est line ana the best assort- ment of styles and sizes ever shown in Orange. They are union made , and are made by the largest and best firm in the Overall business. to see our "30—"— NOTICE. Any subscriber to the IDaííA' . Tribune who fails to. receive the paper should report same promptly to the office, by tele- phone or in person, and the circulator will investigate the complaint without delay. TRAIN SCHEDULE Pacific Bail road BAST BOUND N6. 6. NO. 10 ■ No. 8. .... 7:20 a;m. ... 8:56 a.m ..*.11:84p.m W«STJK)tIND No. No. ft. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 May 1902

anything from a 16th dodger fp a 1000-page Send As your order. Rein Lithographing, Co. V'■ VOLUME 1 IjiWt. -,í geo; Wp Bancroft FRt6IDtNT W. 6- JStTTIS • VICC-M MIOÍNT jas. p. roach CABHtC* The Orañge National Bank ORANGE, TEXAS, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 8, 1902. S= NUMBER 47 >-A PLEASANT A STEP T^'" HWOHfJtP ARMY OF THE MOCK This Summer on the Sabine •• Rivfcr and Lake opr cnetoroera. Yoar account eolicited _ Orange. Texets. jllliW And a Long One in the Right Direction is the ;■ OPIHJOH OF ORANGE BUSINESS KEN '' 1 ^ ^ / ' Captain Ward Has Returned from'the North and Cast and all is Nearly Ready. :::; At the prices you have been jpaying- for furniture? If you bav^rio cause to complain any longfer+ for we | haye-just opened up in the Mount & Talbot building—W opposite S. P. freight depot, with a complete line of sjf furniture at 1 "1 1 . f ■ t . 1 1 1 'rices wat are A Complete Line of 1ron Beds, Writing Desks, Side Boards Tolding Beds, Dining tables, Bed Room Suits, Book Cuses,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 May 1902

E ORANGE DAILY TRIBUNE REIN LITHOCRAPHINC CO., PÜBUSHCIWí Watered at the PojttoWce. Orange. Texas, as second class mall matter CHAS. M. BEXN....... ... W. C. EASTERUNG /..It HOCKEY S. E, DEMPSEY ..... ......Makaóiso Editor nmts amd tet-mobaph editor ............City editor Circulation manaorr ' - ' T ' ■ ■ ■Jx.. SUBSCRIPTION RATI ! Iw iw Ttfrée Months . One Month One Ye *;. S1S> Months }.. .. • 8.00 . AOVRHTIStSf; hatrh om application. It 80 80 Issued Evbhv Afternoon at Podr:Thirtt O'clock, jsundays Exorptbd. ORANGE, TEXAS, MAY 8, 1902; ¿M Thb TribVní'S influence With the weather clerk has been conclusively proven. ThafbfRcial will give us wetness until Sunday. If Okange Coiinty is to furnish a representa - tiye in the legislature it is about time to produce the man. We have plenty of good material. This is tentative. ' ■ " - The growing little city of Marlin will be an applicant for the next meeting of the Texas Press Association: Marlin is a , progressive, wide- awake place, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 May 1902

,Xy. tx map mm*i BM —— U9VS FATAL FALL. ■ V- ÍÍ.Xí. ? Vff'Mtik lvillle, Tenn., May 8.-r- ile 5,000 persons were watch* >he feat of Achille Philion : . the Eagles' carnival last jht, the equilibrist fell from cable at the top of the spiral J tower aid plunged headlong to platform beneath- He !(tched frantically at the cable wire as he fell, but failed rrasp either. His head struck ler on the platform, frac- ing the bones in the, right le of his face. It is féared his juries are fatal. By Anthracite — With A FICKLE HUSBAND;, Associated Press; Denver, Ool., May 8. — In the istrict court, Mrs. Mabél B. got, of Philadelphia, has se- judgment for $50,000 inst her niece, Charlotteé leeler Byram, for the aliena- n of the affections of her bus- Henry Herbert Piggott, merly a prominent lawyer of ' Philadelphia. Piggott and Miss Byram came, to Denver from Philadelphia a year or two ago and were married." Mrs. Piggott followed them and the litigation followed. THE VENICE AFFAIR. ■ Associated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 8 May 1902

Mm' mm ■ • •• -I' >j;«/ m m■ WW -.••4., ffl SBffl IS 52 =_ iiw = ¡^wii <f4-V ft y'^" ^ ' • * WB IB Hp fp ■ Mb* A STRIKING WPpCRENCa OWl«<^ yÑPir or A UNION MADE SUIT ^NON UNION NADE 8UH ■ ^ * r fernr?r#f¡;:vte ^WÍI«T Hit Best is the Cheopest — Buy the Swet. OrriCftW* c ta uihcc> «an. JVE you seen our line of Overalls and Jump-, ers? We have the larg- est line and the best assort- ment of styles and sizes ever < shown in Orange. They arc union made and are made by the largest and best firm In the Overall business. - Don't fail to see our 50c Shirt Display i ■ ■■ THE MOCK MARRIAGE. NOTICE Any subscriber to the Daily Tribune who fails to receive the paper should report same promptly to the office, by tele- phone or in person, and the circulator will investigate the complaint without delay. TRAIN SCHEDULE Southern Pacific' Railroad HART BOUND No. 7i#0a.m. No. 10....,- 8:86a.m «o. g......11:84 p. m WEST BOUND No. 7,6:tta.m. No. B .5:80 p.m. No. 8., 7:06 p m. )rang«)& N...

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