The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 28, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 16, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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/ Ord's Retirement.
WashingtQn,. April l6.rThe all'
ions in the •/authorized statement"
at the Miles case, sent oat from
here by. the Associated Press to the
that Miles secured his promotion
to his present rank by bringing about
" int of (General Qrd, is vig-
[y denied by those in a position
know, i The locatf. ojy
■t been unfriendly^'Mili
and^giving names and dates" to
'« that the .present commanding
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¿«INÉSE EXCLU8ION BILL.
By AHbOciated Pr«*a. ' : ' k-
Wiislíington, April" 16.— The
Senate todays by a vote of 47 to
29, struck out the clause in the
CbineseJSxclusion" bill prohibit-
ing, Chinese sailors,; on vessels
^vhiich carry American flags
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HOUSE Og BISHOPS COKYEHBS.
By AiMOciatcd i?rewi. . -
Cincinnati, April lb.-The House of
Bishops of the Episcopal churchcon-
vened here today to select Bishops ,of
SaUna (Kansas), of Honolulu and of
Porto Rico, and probably of Mexico
and to transact the business referred,
at a recent meeting in San Francisco
to this adjourned meeting.
Free delivery to
any part of the ci
Checking British Work on
vGreat Northern Railway.
RIGHTS HAD BEEN
And the Prevent Work Is Not Cany
Ing Out the Purpose* of the
By Associated Pres*
Victoria, B. C., April 16,-An-
other injunction has been grant-
ed to stop work on the Victbria-
Vancouver and Eastern Rail-
way; the Brit ish Columbia
branch oC the Great Northern
ilway in |he boundary dis- |8, .from what was then s
RUSSELL A KLUGE. Props.1
We are now serving regular meals at J5c
nr, w nr /nr' W; y-j
Tablé board, $5.60 per week. A I6.Q0 commutation ticket for |5.00
Prompt and courteous attention. Elegant lunches for excursion
parties pat up on short notice. Short orders are pur specialty.
n. V. ANDERSON. J. H. BLAND. W. L. ANDERSON.
Orange Hardware and Implement Co..
Has something in.stock that will interest*y6u
Those upcio-date, Buggies and Phaetons.
' Those cheap Refrigerators. A splendid line
■ of Saddlery andí 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.
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AMERICA AND THE COFFEE
QUESTION •- Americans are the great-
est consumers of coffee in the world, for ta
tea and other table beverages are only ft
of secondary Importance with this. It >
therefóre behooves every conscientious
grocer to loot to his stock of coffee. We .
are prepared to satisfy all tastes, antl \l
have Mocha, Java and other excellent
"blendB." mixed in excellent proportion.
A good coffee of finé flavor is our Leader,
at from 30c to 46c per lb.
Completé Line Fruits,
Goods Delivered FmflHfhiiM 79-2r.
James Búnn -
Grocer and Baker
ORANGE CAFE and RESTAURANT
*1A Place for Ladies amC Gentlemen.
serving full 35c meals 3 times a dap
to families and regular Ijoarders
ass service; courteous and- attentive
at alt fyours.
triH, fhe application for the
injunctionxas made, on the fol
1. That Wdsk oh the 1 IRRwas
not commencedNmtil after ihe
expiration of the charter grant-
ed to the Victoria. vancouver
and Eastern Railway.
2. That the powers ^ the
company have been delegated
an American corporation, viz:
the—Great Northern Railway
3. That the present work is
not for the purpose of building
the Coasts to Kootenai railway
but from Cascade to Parson at a
part of the line designed to run
from Republic to' lSíarcus, a con-
tinuation of the Nelson and Port
Sheppard railway, and instead
of bringing the Republic camp
ores to the- Granby smelter at
Grand Porks, a-smelter in Gan-
ada, it is intended to carry them
through - Canadian territory to
the smielters at Northport and
other United States points and
thereby frustrating the express
inténtions of the legislature in
granting the Victoria, Vancouver
and Eastern charter.
The injunction will come up
for argument on May 6 and in
the meantime work must stop.
It is only a few days since the
company recommenced work
aftet a long wait, pending k for-
mer injunction which they put a
stbp to by "purchasing^, ^t|e land
which tbey were enj.pined Jfrom
passing through.'^The presen
injunction was obtained by. the
attorney gen«i«:l?;qf British Co-
lumbia and the Kettle River
Railway company, which has
recently opened its line between
Grand forks and republi¿
Cause of Death of Represen
tative<Gabrin of Deaven
Malvas Capitulates to Our
FATHER AMD SISTBR A|*S0 P01S0MBD AHMED RESISTANCE
Condition of Young Wéman L««t
Night Sorlous—Full Invoatfgation
to Bo Mod*.
By Associated Press. -
Denver, April 10.—Startling
developments have come to li^ht
regarding the • death of Repre-
sentative Albert Gabrin, who
died at his home in this city
early on the evening of January
to be acute gastritis, Superin-
duced by fermented wane used*
in making a mixed drink, which
he and other members of his
family consumed at aj family re-
ion on New Year's day.
lortiy after his death Dr. Wil-
der periojrmed an autopsy, re-
moving the stomach and portions
of other internal organs. These,
With samples of the wine used
in the punch were turned over to
Dr. Hinkowitz, who made chem-
ical analysis. He. has filed with
I$r. Kleiner, the physician who
attended Mr. Gabrin, his report
of what he found. Jlis reports
ow large quantities of arsenic
fcthe wind and traces of the
poison of the internal organs
especially in the stomach. The
chemical analysis showed there
•were three and one-half grains
of arsenic to a tumblérfur of
Such ah amount could never
be ascribed to any accidental
impurity ift the wine, says the
chemist's report. !
The death of Mr. Gabrin is to
be investigated by the Wood-
men of which society he was a
member in good standing at the
time of his death. , He carried a
large life insurance policy,
payment the policy has been
stopped pending éie results of
Miss Agnes Gabrin, sister pt-
the deceased and his fathér,
Herman Gabrin, both of whom
drank wine at the reünion are
very sick and have been since
that time. The condition of the
young woman last night was serf
ious. Dr- Alters the physician
attending them says,, they are
suffering from acetate or arsenic
poisoning—over three months
after the fatal dose was drunk.
Offlolat Bulletins Doeiaro Jbor Condi-
By Associated Press.
* London, April 10.—Á special
dispatch from Amsterdam says': By Associated ^rtw.
"Quéén Wilhelmina's ^ituatibn
growing more serious
This afternoon ah official bul-
letin from the Hague, however,
declares that though fevér con*
ti nues the general "condition of
the Queen is satisfactory.
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By Associated Preps.. ' ' " f
Washington, April 16.—
The War Department re-
ceived from General
Chaffee a cablegram,
dated Manila today, in
which hé says that Malvas
ally to Brigadier-General
J. F. Bell, and organized
atrmed resistance to the
United States terminat
in the Department of
North Phillipines. J
General Chaffee reports
that an expedition Will be
sent to Parang to arrest
íoros, who murdered
American soldiers, and to
unish Dattos, who waited
to deliver up the mur-
derers on demani
to bring on gener
LOUIS WORLD'S. FAIR.
I* Does Not Favor
" The Fane
AVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF
ÑEW SPECIALTIES. A >A- Á
St. Louis,v April 10.—President
D. R. Francis, of the Louisiana
Purchase Exposition Company,
n answer to; the numerous state-
ments that the World's Fair
wohid not open in 1908, as pro-
vided, but that it would be post-
poned, made this statement to
the Associated Press: v
"Neither the board of directors
nor the executive eothmittee has
taken any formal action con-
cerning a postponement of the
exposition " ' " ,
"I personally should préfer
the"exposition tobe held in 1908.^
"If, in the ¡¡judgment of the
local company, approved by the
national committee, congress and
the administration, a postpone-
ment is thought necessary, ftiát
In ths Northorn Fart of tho
polago—Good Nows From
Threatened by Fire in Gov-
ernment Assay Office.
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Without Calling Outtha Oagarttnant.
Su4 -Traasiiry la Naxf Door
With Immanaa Stora.
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York, April 16.—Thirty
one million dollars in silver bul-
lion in the assay office at No. 80
Wall street has been in d'anger
of being melted by lire which
burned in one,of the basements
for two hours. None but the
employes knew of the fire and
they finally overcame it without
assistance. Next door to\the
assay office is the sub-treasury,
where" the goverment usuall
has from $100,000,000 to $200,
,000 stored. In some way
re in the silver smelting room
as communicated to a barrel
P¡,lard mixture used in the
melting process. There
twenty-three barrels of this
inflamable iftixturé in the
FIGBTII6 III UIC1URU,
Batwaen Rupalan Frontier Guarda
and Ghlnaaa Robbora.
By Aiisoclated Press.
St. Petersburg. April 16.—OfB* al|i
dispatches received here from Port
Arthur; dated April 12, announce that
serions fighting occurred in Man
ehuria beéween Russian guards and
Chinese robbérs, who-had been raid-
ing the railroad station.
The rounded eight hun-
dred Chinese and only thirty esuaped.
The Russian loss was very small.
The Gate City brug Store has fresh
candy always. —
and like a fl^sh, they were en-
veloped in a sheet of
intense in heat that it was fear
the great treasure in a vault
the room would b¿ melted. The
was no tinie. to close t^e a
doors of the vault, and
from the barrels w«
that it was imj
one to approach near
shut them. Fifty emj
the basement, thoroughly <
for such an emergency
quickly _ at work, despit
dense smoke. All windows
scuttles were closed to f
giving the alarm to the pi
and when, after two
work the last vestige of tl
had disappeared,^ windows
ing at tne rear1 were
carry out the smoke.
GRAU OPERA 3INGCR I
ated Press.- :-
4pril 10. —Mile,
one of the sopranos of the
Grau opera company, is at the
torium suffering from the
an operation performed last W<
day. When- the'company fi
Pittsburg Sunday night Mile,
was considered too 111 to be
she was left at the hotel in chai
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Rein, Charles M. The Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 28, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 16, 1902, newspaper, April 16, 1902; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth183023/m1/1/: accessed July 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.