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SEPTEMBER 15, 1905
HOW CAN I GET WELL?
Morris Busch and Robert Charlton.
Busch holds a contract by tho quar
termaster's department to furnish fur
caps and gauntlets to bo delivered at
tho Schuyklll arsenal, Philadelphia. It
Is said that an investigation of all
depots containing army supplies will
be ordered. Busch Is a Philadelphia
Still Roofing, 51,50 Per 100 Si, Ft.
Jlew. palnttd Willi aids. mnt UerabW enl ftnmtcal
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u oar Ho. 16 Put Hnsst. 2 .2 ft At
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or V-rrimped. We also famish loll In
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per sq Aik M our lllaitrat4&0O
fag Catalog No. A. M XU on Lumbsr,
lioollnr Wfrs rt neluf. Hardware. Far.
nltur Clotblngand Uancral lucks (mm
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crnment is powerless to resist the up
rising. Towns have heen destroyed
and great damage done to the oil
The Southern Cotton Association
has established a minimum of 11 cents
on the cotton croo.
President Castro of Venezuela has
ordered the expulsion from the coun
try of M. Brun, manager of the French
In the riots at Libau, Russia Po
land, ten persons were Killed, and fifty
The number of yellow fever cases
at New Orleans has reached two thou
An Associated Press dispatch un
der date of Washington, September 7,
follows: "The pension roll reached the
maximum number in its history on
January 21 last, the number being
1,004,196. The roll passed the 1,000,
000 mark in September of last year
and gradually increased for the next
four months. The decline began with
the first of last February and by the
following May had dropped below the
1,000,000 mark. These facts are de
veloped in a synopsis of the annual re
port of Pension Commissioner War
ner covering the operations of his
office for the fiscal year ending June
30 last. At the end of the year the
number of pensioners had declined
to 998,441, a net increase for the year
of 3,439. The report shows the fol
lowing aditional facts: During the
year the bureau issued 185,242 pen
sion certificates, of which over 50,000
were originals. The annual value of
the pension roll on June 50, 1905, was
$136,745,295. By the term "annual
value" is meant the amount of money
required to pay the pensioners then
on the roll for one year. During the
year, 43,833 pensioners were .dropped
from the roll by reason of death, and
of these 30,254 were survivors of the
Civil war. On June 30, 1905, the roll
contained the names of 6S4.608 survi
vors of the Civil war, a decrease of
over 6,000 fr.om the previous year.
The total amount disbursed for pen
sions for the fiscal year is $141,682,
841, of which $4,197,167 was for navy
pensions and $3,409,980 was paid to
pensioners of the Spanish-American
war and $133,022,170 to the survivors
of the Civil war, their widows and
dependents. The total amount paid
to Spanish war pensioners since 1899
is $11,996,198. The total amount of
money paid for pensions since the
foundation of the government is $3,
320,860,022, and of this amount $3,
144, 395,405 has been paid on account
of the Civil war. The total number
of claims allowed, original and in
crease, under order No. 78, known
as the 'age order' since that order
went into effect April 13, 1904, up to
June 30, 1905, was G5,612."
iStartling developments are growing
out of the legislative investigation of
the insurance affairs in New York.
Among other things, the fact is
brought out that it is not an unusual
thing for clerks and messengers in
the employ of the New York Life
Insurance company with salaries as
low as $500 a year to sign notes for
millions of dollars to be used by the
company in relieving its books in un
desirable securities. Thomas W. Law
son will be asked to appear before
the committee and testify.
James Tanner, commonly known as
"Corporal" was elected Commander-in-Chief
of the G. A. R. at its Denver ses
sion. George W. 'Cook of Denver, was
elected senior vice commander, and
Silas H. Towler, Minneapolis, junior
vice commander; Hugo Philler, Wau
kesha, Wis., surgeon general; Rev.
Father J. G. Leary of Chapman, Kan.,
chaplain in chieff The' next encamp
ment will be held at Minneapolis.
Mrs. Abbie A. Adams, wife of Cap
tain C. B. Adams of Superior, Neb.,
was elected president of the Women's
Relief Corps at its Denver session.
Earthquake shocks in southern Italy
September 8, killed 400 people and
destroyed a number of towns.
The Lincoln, Nebraska, Journal says
that friends of former United States
Senator Deitrich will urge Mr. Diet
rich's nomination in the republican
state convention of 1906 to be gov
ernor of Nebraska.
J. E. Marlcel of Omaha has been
awarded a concession for feeding and
housing the greater part of tho Pan
ama canal employes.
An Associated Press dispatch un
der date of St. Louis, September 8,
follows: "Joy because of tho return
of her son after a year's absence,
caused the death of Mrs. Sophie Erl
inger, aged 63 years. She was a
widow and Henry Erllnger, her only
son, had been In the west a year, re
turning Tuesday from the Portland
exposition, whore he had been play
ing in a band. She was overjoyed at
seeing him and suffered paralysis, fol
lowed by her death today."
Acting Secretary of War Oliver has
directed the criminal prosecution of
THE PEACE TREATY
The Russian-Japanese peace treaty
was signed at Portsmouth, N. H., Sep
As soon as the signatures of tho
envoys had been affixed there was a
great booming of cannon. The Chi
cago Record-Herald's correspondent
says: "It remained Tor Baron Rosen
to give one touch of human interest
which relieved the strained formality
of the occasion. As he reached across
the table to accept the extended hand
of Baron Komura, with whom he
was on intimate terms while Russian
minister at Tokio, he said: 'I shake
the hand of an old friend and now a
-new friend.' Baron Komura did not
reply in words, but he smiled with
extraordinary Japanese gentility, and
The peace treaty opens with a pre
amble reciting that His Majesty the
Emperor and Autocrat of all the Rus
sias, and His Majesty the Emperor
of Japan, desiring to close the war be
tween them, and, having appointed
their respective plenipotentiaries and
furnished them with full powers,
which were found to be in due form,
have come to an agreement on a
treaty of peace, the details of which
are as follows:
For Peace ant? Friendship
Stipulates for the re-establishment
t)f peace and friendship between the
sovereigns of the two empires and
between the subjects of Russia and
Japan to Control Korea
His majesty the emperor of Russia
recognizes the preponderant interest
from political, military and economical
points of view of Japan in the em
pire of Korea and stipulates that Rus
sia will not oppose any measures for
Its government, protection or control
that Japan will deem necessary to
take In Korea in conjunction with the
Korean government, but Russian sub
jects and Russian enterprises are to
enjoy the same status as the subjects
and enterprises of other countries.
Evacuation of Manchuria
It Is mutually agreed that the ter
ritory of Manchuria be simultaneously
evacuated by both Russian and Japa
nese troops, both countries being con
cerned in this evacuation, their sit
uations being absolutely identical.
All rights acquired by private persons
and companies shall remain intact.
' . Surrenders Leased Rights
The rights possessed by Russia in
conformity with the lease of Port
Arthur and Dalny, together with the
lands and waters adjacent, shall pass
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Chlsase Kaua Wracking Ce.,SS(ti Iran Sta.,Chta
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