The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 15, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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Sculptress is Given the
New York, April Hk—Private ad-
just received bera..afce fc> the
that Mise Isabelle C<?rbley Mi-
ü tW sculptress, has received the
on to make the first Wet of
■ Edward after the coronation in
Stimulates Great Efforts to
I Escaped Burglars.
By Associated Press.
New York, April 16. -
county i« entirely trarronnded by arm-
ed men, stimulated by the offer of 118,
000, «ays a Nyack, N. Y., special to
the World, for the capture of Prank
Martin and Frank Wyman, the burglars
About théísaroe time she will. whp escaped from the new city jail
bride of Harold M. Ver
SMinor is the «laughter of a
lthy resident of Cleveland, 'Ohio
Vernon is a native of Lexington,
after nearly killing keeper Van Host
rand. Many farmers have joined in
the search and weapons of all kinds
figure in the armament. During the
night the search was continued with
lanterns and torches..
Free delivery to
any part of the
ü Delmonico Restaurant
RUSSELL < KLUOE. Props.
We are now serving
regular meaís at 35c
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Table board. I5.A0 per Week. A I
. Prompt and coarteoua attention,
parties pnt ap on short notice.
Si00 commutation ticket for |S.OO
Elegant lunches for excursión
Short orders am onr specialty.
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m.\V. ANDERSON. J.H.BLAND. W. L. ANDERSON.
Orange Hardware and Implement Co. ,
Has something in stock tliát will interest you
Those up-to-date Buggies and Phaetons.
Those cheap Refrigerators. A splendid line
oi Saddlery and Harness. Builders' Hard-
ware and Carpenters' Tools of every descrip- ~
tion. The best line of Fishing Tackle in town
Link Block, 5th Street Orange, Tex*
Contract Awarded for Shell-
ing Front Street.
Suggested 6? Boer Leaders to
Be Discussed Today.
The Cit^ Engineer Will B.gin th
Work I m mediately—-I i*jp©ta nt
10ID01 IS HOPBFDL OF OUTCOME
Received Fairly Well on the Stock
ExchanQs—British Cabinet Is
Now in Seaaien.
Another enthusiastic meeti
of the City Council was hel
last night in the office of t
mayor, J. W. Link. The firs
matter brought up for disc
Was.street improvements. T£e
ibds for furnishing shells for
paving Front street, which had
been shelved at the last meet-
ing, were opened and read by the
secretary. After some comment,
Dr. Arthur Sholars moved that
th.e bid of John J. Óall be ac-
cepted; this motion was second-
ed and carried. The bid read
that shells Were to be put on the
street at $1.24 per yard. A
bond was then required of Mr
Bail of. $500 to insure the fulfill
ment of the contract. ar<L:.
Mayor Link here made a few
remarks emphasizing the neces-
sity of speedy action and com-
pleting the work on Front street
as rapidly as possible. City
Engineer, H. L. Montando A was
then instructed to make
grade line and figure the exca-
vation and curbing along Front
street at once. Mr, Montandon
replied that work would be
commenced to-morrow, or Thurs-
day at tlie latest. The mayor
then invested the City Éngineer
with Ml power to complete the
work and employ the best labor,
necessary and we may. rest as-
sured that Mr. Montándonos,
reputation for thoroughness Willi
be beautifully demonstrated1 In
By Appelated Pres*. r
London, April 15.—The Budget
proposals presented to the
House of Commons were received
fairly well on the Stock- Ex-
change today. Operators on the
Exchange continue hopeful as to
outcome of peace conferece at
The British Cabinet met at
Among other business consid-
ered was the reply of Boer lead-
ers to the (government's commu-
nication mentioned by A". J. Bal-
four, government leader, in the
The terms thought to have
been suggested by Boer leaders
Boers accept a British
lord commissioner with a Boer
executive, both to be resident at
The country is to be divided
into districts, with British dis-
trict officers and a Boer coram it-
.tee, chosen by polling by the
The veto right to be reserved
to the British government.
The majority A of the British
officers must be conversant with
the Dutch language.
Johannesburg to be - retroced-
ed tq the British With complete
British civil organisation.
A( war indemnity of at least
¿10,000,000 to be distributed by
to occur when the first batch
Continue in Belgium - Schools
Are Used for Barracks.
ALL HIRES AMD FACTORIES CLOSED:
Disturbances Last Night at Namurl.
The Mob Stone Police, Who
Charts With 8abras.
By Astiociated Prenn.
Brussels, April 15. —In conse-
quence of disorders the pupils, of
several Commercial schools have
been dismissed and the premises
are being utilized as barracks
All factories and mines at
Morlanwelz, N alaré and Mabille
have ^een closed.
Social 1st d isturbances c ccurred
last night at Namuri.
A mob stoned the police who
charged with drawn swords.
Subsequently a force of gen-
darmes scattered the rioters,.
The strike is stéadily extend-
ing in both this city and suburbs
and especially at Molenbeck
where a number of large facto-
ries have stopped work.
The military and police have
adopted more stringent measures
to preserve order.
On H. M. 8. Mara
Practice OfT Be rehagan
PAROULED PRISONER KILLED.
The nextrimportant matter °f •*•<*
AMERICA AND THE OOFFEE.
QUESTION s-Mtnericans are the great-
est connumera of coffee In the world, for
tea and other table beverages are only
of secondary importance with this. It
• therefore behooves every conscientious
grocer to look to hid attfet of coffee. We
' ire prepared to satisfy ail tastes, and
have Mocha, Java and other, excellent
"blend*," mixed in excellent proportion.
A good coffee of flne flavor is our Leader,
at from 30c to ttc per lb.
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Complete Line Fruits,
Goods Delivered Free. PÍMM 79-2
^ James Bunn
Grocer and Baker
^lace for Ladies amd Gentlemen.
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ing full 3$c mtab 3 times a day
to families and regular boarders
s service; courteous and attentive
all fiiurs. Optn day and night
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brought to the front was the
appointment of a Mayor-pro-
tem;5 Dr. Arthur Sholaré' name
was presented and he was udan-.
imously chosen for the place.
The honor was accepted by the
Doctor with his characteristic
modesty and he is now mayor
pro-tem of the city of
Three important committees
were then appointed by the
mayor; the Finance, Ordinance
and Street committees; On the
Finance committee are A. J.
.Lyons, Charlie Hunt and J. J
Committed on Ordinarie^—J
J. Windhan, Charlie Hunt and
P. H. O'Day. "%
Street committee—Dr. Aithur
Sholars, Joba Griffith and P. H.
O'Day. ' /V ';;-, : j
A new ordinance was then
read governing tl^e duties of the
City Engineer and, adopted; As
there is nothing oh our statutes
fixing a., compensation for the
services of an engineer, a com
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to South Africa. No war tax
to be levied. Both languages
to be recognized* in^the courts
and schools and in official docu-
ments. The expense of the
garrison in South Africa to be
borne by Great Britain. The
present Boer leaders to be
retained in office so far as posr
«ble. " *
The new British loan of
thirty-two^million pounds is to
be raised by the issue of two
and three-quarter per cent con-
Falla Flrom Roof of Fiva-StOry Flat
to tha around.
By Associated Pre
New York, April. 15.—James
.Moony; a prisoner from the El-
mira Reformatory, out on parole,
while stealing clothes from lines
pn the roof of a fiVe story flat
in West Ninety-third street, fell
into the back yard, dying almost
Secured under his Vest con-
siderable stolen clothing was
found. Many persons living in
adjacent houses, saw Moony's
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By Associated Prefi.
soldiers were killed
12-inch gun on
I0RI 0F Bilí
Torrlflo Eaploalon Awaken* a
and Wrecks Building
By AnaoclatedJPre# .
Maiden Rock, Wis,,
ful attempt to blow u
here this morning. The
sion was so heavy'
fthole town was awi
The safe blowers
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Government leader Balfour,
replying to a question in the
Hduse of Commons today an-
nounced that the ministry had
nb4nfprmaitioh to impart ón the
of thepeaCe negotiations,
nor Utiiier .the circumstances
could any information be im-
parted at the present stage of
the negotiations. ' •
ARCHBISHOP OF QUEBEC.
By Associated Pres*.-
New York, April 15.— Advices
from well-informed Vatican cir-
cles says the Herald, state that
the pope at the consistory in
May to fill the vacancies among
the cardinals will elevate Mon-
signor Begin, archbishop of Que-
Fatally Shot This
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By AMOciated Presa/
Minister of Interior,
guine was shot
wounded at 1 o'clc
the lobby of the'mi
flees, by a man who h
close to the minister'
The wounded man .
o 'clock, p: "m. -<!Sl9U
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Fwiaw' Train G«. 1
By Aüüódlated Preaa.
Glendive, Mont., Aj
Northern Pacific east!
senger broke through a
west of this place yes
press car and three coac
wrecked and burned,
exception of the mail
oae was injured;
delayed about twenty
v SAILS FOB CUBA TOIORtOI.
President-Elect Falma In Now
' York ,T«iay.
By Aaaocia'ted Preaa.
New York, April 15.-rJThomas
Estrada Palma, President elect
of Cuba, took leave today of his
friends of Central Valley, N. Y.,
among whom he lived during
eighteen years o| exile from his
country,, andCame to this city:
He will remain herir until to-
morrow when he starts south
a. He will reach Ha-
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Rein, Charles M. The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 27, Ed. 1 Tuesday, April 15, 1902, newspaper, April 15, 1902; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183022/m1/1/: accessed June 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.