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THE ALAMANCE GLEANER
The Old Year
And Ihe New
I WATCHED the old year fad*.
And with Its dying light
The gloom, at first a shade,
fumed Into darkest night.
And then 1 said: " "l'ls gone
The old year la no more.
And memories now alone
Linger along the Rhore "
I watched the old year die.
And with Its fading day
There cama the thought that by
its death a brighter way
Opeß up. and. all thin*" bright.
We'll have surcease at laat
Prom apecters dark aa night
They'll live, but la the paat
THE OLD YVAR'B FLIGHT.
1 watched the old year'e flight
And then aald. with a smile,
"Ah, now the new year bright
Will bide with us awhile!"
But ere my hopeful dreama
Have realized one day
,IR dead and passed; It seems
It Rtartß but to decay.
Thue all along the way
Oraveatonee must mark the miles,
An epitaph each day,
A tomb of teara and emlles.
Bo we begin the new
('Tie old ere we've begun)
To And It's aging, too.
With the first setting sun.
But 'twill not alwaya be.
There'll come a living day.
And all things new, and we
Shall live In endlesa May.
No gravestones then will msrk
The tombs where dead hopes He,
No nights of sorrow dark
Creep o'er our changeleaa sky.
—James Daniel Cleat m.
NEW YEAR'B DAY. j;
THE dawn Is gray and chilly * »
with the frost. 41
The old year's pulse now \ j
> flutters, now la still, «,
» And all our twelvemonth's deeds, • •
for good or 111, 1 »
\ Pass Into shadow, silent, one by 4 '
> While from the night wherein ws ~
wander, lost, •
The new year rises with the rising 4 >
sun * j
A new yearT Nay; 'tis but the \
* af WP p,d y** r >
The aame remorseless round of * 1
aun and rain.
Of aeasona in tbelr order, joy and \ \
The old emotlona playing upon « •
strings * 1
That wax a little older, drawing ] [
near , ,
The final end of all remembered * >
* * *
Earth ages, aqd the very moun
With yeara. and we who crawl 4 ,
upon their breaat « >
Pass at the sliding sands' benign *
behest. J |
Hate fedee. greed fella, lust crum
bles into clay, >
And there are left but love and faith * >
and God. * *
To whom a thousand years are as j '
Reginald Wright Kauffman.
A Nsw Yssr Prepessl.
"What resolutions have I vowed to keep
the coming yesr?
Come, sit beelde me. maiden fair, 'and
straightway you shsll bear. - '
I've pledged myaelf to choose one girl
from out the throng ao gsy
And love her with sn honest love forever
snd for sye.
."I'll work for her with brain and brawn.
with all my might and main.
Until I'vs won her everything that hon
esty can gain.
I*ll All her life wltb sll Ihst's good till Nfe
Itself Is done.
And while we train our minds snd bsarts
we'll not neglect the fun.
"Mew. tell me. won't you. msldsa felr.
what you have vowed to do?
Far I'vs laid bare my Ismost soul to no
one but lo ynu."
-I've made no pb-dgss." shs replied ti se
demure s tone.
"But If you don'l object I*ll try to half
yon keep your own."
-Wallace Duaber VlarsnL
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several hundred dollars in cash
GRAHAM, N. C., THUBSDAY, JANUARY 1.
Dicky's New Year
How He Caae to Attend the
tirowi Folks' Party.
DICKY sprawled ungracefully on
the floor, and at times be be
stowed a sly and naughty kick
upon the unresisting legs of a
chair that stood near blm. Ula first
Impulse was to feel sorry for doing
tbls, his second to look around and see
if any one had noticed this little out
burst of temper.
It may be that the Christmas festivi
ties of a few days before bsd been
too mucb for him; but, whatever it waa,
Dicky was certainly cross and Inclined
to weep easily.
However, neither bla mother nor his
Aunt Gertrude noticed bow be kicked
tbe chair nor the way be scowled upon
the world In general from under bis
tawny curls. They were absorbed In
tbelr preparations for entertaining tbe
guests of tbnt evening, and for once
Dicky was forgotten.
"If 1 was going to have a party and
4nvlte all tbe people In tbe world I'd
invite my own little boy, Dicky, too.
I wouldn't leave blm out," quotb Dicky
out of tbe silence.
"What's that?" asked bis mother
carelessly, absorbed In her own
thoughts. "No. no. Dicky; this la a par
ty for mother's and father's friends.
You wouldn't enjoy It"
"Ob, but I do want to come." persist
ed Dicky. "I've beard you all talking
about it, and I want to see tbe new
yesr come In the window."
"What Is tbe cblld talking abootf
asked his aunt
"Tbe new year, it's coming In tbe
window, and 1 beard mother tell bow
you were all going to open It to wel
come It In." replied Dicky, eomewbat
Impatient at his aunt for not under
standing so obvious a meaning.
"Nothing will come In at the win
dow, dear," said bis mother gently.
"It's Just s pretty custom. There will
not be anything for you to see. and
you will be mucb happier npstalrs in
your nice warm bed."
Dicky wept a little at tbe time, and
when tbe hour came for bed under tbe
stern eye of bis father be rebelllously
consented to be tucked In by bis nurse,
although not without further remon
strances. rinding them of no avail, be
sobbed bis woes Into his pillow, while
his father and mother went below to
receive tbelr guests.
By making a brave resistance to the
drowsiness tbnt was steeling upon blm
Dicky managed to keep awake until
the party bad assembled in the parlor
below. Then be crept out of bed and
bung over tbe banisters, eagerly trying
to catch sight of tbe brilliant people In j
tbe gathering. A man passed along
tbe hall. Dicky thought It might be
bis father and scampered back to lied
again as fast as bis little bare feet
would carry blm. And then without
more ado he soon fell asleep, "tbe
world forgetting, by (be world forgot."
Downstairs tbe hours passed merrily,
and tbe old year drew to a happy
close. First there were only fifteen
mlnntes of It left; then there were only
ten. Finally tbe old year bad but Ave
short periods, counting sixty seconds
each, to live. Tbe men sad women
gathered together showed nothing of
the solemnity that underlies tbe mer
riment of all sncb gatherings. Four
minutes, three minutes, two minutes—
ab! They turned from tbe windows
In surprise to see Dicky standing In
He was not dreesed for tbe party,
and bis little nightgown sfforded scant
protection against the drafts of tbe
lower room. He was not expected at
tbe party, either, and tbe expression
on bis father's face suggested that be
was not even welcome there. These
considerations might have disturbed
an adult guest, but tbey mattered little
He did not look or speek to any one
Ordinarily bis fstber*s sternness woald
hare sent blm wltb s headlong rush to
tbe protection of bis mother's arms.
Turning neither to tbe rigbt nor to tbe
left, be went to tbe window, end. si- |
(bough bis eyes were closed, bis little i
hands unlocked tbe cstcb tbst fsstened I
It end opened the great casements I
without s mistake or hesitation.
His mother, choking beck s cry. took !
a furred wrap and wenl to cover blm. (
His father looked, half In fright, st his
brother, who was standing near.
"Be careful not to wake him sudden
ly." ssid Dr. Tom. "lie's walking In
bis sleep T
He raised the child gently in bis ansa
and held blm In tbe full blase of tbe
greet 'hnn!ellrr. hot Dicky's closed
eyelids never quivered ss tbe llgbt
struck sgainst I lu-m.
When IM* opened his eyas be was
amased to find himself at tbe party
after all. surrounded hy men slid wo
men. wis, all ssid clieerfully. "A hap
py New Year to you, Dicky, dear!"
He was too drowsy to lie frightened,
but ss bis fstber carried bin back to
bed the child heard tbe great bells of
tbe city 'ailing out to blm:
"A hsppy New Tear, Dicky, dear,
sad many of them!"
Chreale CensU patten Cared.
"Five years ago I hsd the worst
case of chronic constipation I
ever knew of, and Chamberlain'a
Tablets cured me, writes S. P.
Pish, Brooklyn, Mien., For sale by
all dealers. adv.
The fr-yesr-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Powell of Clsrkton,
Bladen county, was burned to
death week before last. Dress
caught while she stood be ford the
On the Track of the
NEW YEAK°B Was a loug time
lu settling upon Jan. 1 oa the
proper tliuc lor Its celebration.
Uveu uo.v, lu Ureece uutl Itus
ala, where the Juliuu caleudar la la
force. New Year's dues uot arrive until
twelve days after the year la well oa
Ita wuy in the real of tbe civilised
Tbe ancieut Egyptians ami Persians
began tbe u«w year at the autuiuual
equinox, and tbe Ureeks of
Boiou's time ut the winter aolMtlce,
Dec. 21. but lu tbe time of I'ertcles tbe
dote wua chauged lo the summer sol
stice. June 21. The ltoiuens beguu tbe
year from (be winter solstice until
Caesar changed It to Jan. I. With tbe
Jews the new year liegan In Heptetuber
la civil ufTnlrs. but lu their ecclesiasti
cal reckoning the beginning uf tbe
year dates from the vernal equinox,
Marcb mi. And. aa Ibis la astronomi
cally tbe beginning or spring, tbe date
la a logical one, and that of the 2f>tb of
March (25 being a more fully rouuded
numberi was accepted generally by
Christian nations lit medieval times aa
In England Dec. 211 waa New Year's
until the time of William tbe Conquer,
or. Ilia coronation happened to fall
on Jan. I. and accordingly tbe year
was ordered to commence on that day.
But tbe English gradually fell Into
union wltb Ibe rest of Christendom
and began tbe year on March 25. Wben
In 1582 tbe Cregorlan calendar was
promulgated and definitely located
New Year'a on 'Jan. I most Catholic
countries sdopted It at once, but Eng
land did not acquiesce until 1752.
In ancient Rome New Year's day
waa given up to feaatlng and frolick
ing. Hiicriflcial tire* burned continual
ly on the alt.-trs of the twelve gods. All
lltlgnllon snd strife were suspended.
Alt NATIONS DRINK A NSW TgAgl
reconciliations took place. New Tear's
calls were made and New Yeer*s gifts
bestowed. There also originated tbe
New Yeer's resolution for every Ro
man resolved on New Year's dsy to so
regulsto bis conduct that every word
and act abould be a hsppy augury for
all tbe days of Ibe ensuing yesr.
On account of the orgiss which Burk
ed the New Year's arrival not ooly
among the Romans, but among the
Teutonic races, tbe early Christians
looked with scant favor upon tbe
whole seaeon. By tbe flftb century,
however. Dor, 2b became Ihe fixed feo
j tlval of tbe Nativity whereupon Jan. 1
assumed s aiieclsi sacred cbersctsr aa
tbe octave of Christmaa dsy.
I The (firing of gifts on New teel's
j day bss been superseded largely In An*
gto-Saxon countries by tbe giving of
Christmas gifts, but tbe custom still la
I retained In Kranee. Tbls custom was
one of tbe luoet encleul sad uaiversdW
I ly observed of Xew Year's day.
I Tbe dm Ida distributed branches of
the sacred mistletoe. Tbe Roman em
| perors exacted gifts, and so did tbe
I English rulers down to tbe time of
| The world over on New Tear's It la
• custom to drink to the health of
| The custom of msklng New Tsar
reooiutloos and "taming over a new
leaf" is aalversel and. like political
platforma. to ss mrn-b honored to Ibe
breach aa to tbe observance. But tbe
temptation which surrounds frail bu
sies belaga to tbls wb-ked world are
Bssy end tanldioas.
What a menace lo our oornfort.
What reproof to htm that boasts,
Tfcses ha sua that, glare rdsd.
He sat aor presence still like ghnetef
Kaaaas city Star
Best Ceagh Medtctae far Childrse.
"I am rery glad to say a few
words in faror of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy", writes Mrs. Lida
Dewey, Milwaukee, wto., "I have
have use it for years both -for my
children snd njyself, and it never
fsils to relieve sod cure s cough
or cold. No family with children
ahold be without it. as it gives al
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Chief Events of the Past
SHORT DAILY RECORD.
History of the World Told In
THE YEAR'S OBITUARY ROLL
Political Affaire, Bporting, Pereoaal
and Miscellaneous I Urns—Loss of
Life and Property by Accidents,
Shipwrecks, Storsas aad Coafla.
grettoas— A Chronological Review.
L Parcel Posti Parssl poet eervloe began.
Sporting: A 1 Falser waa detested In ths
slghtsentb round In 'a eon teet tor tbe
- white heavy weight belt wMb Luther
McCarty at Loe Angelaa. CaL
S Obituary: Oao. E. M. Lee. clvfl war
veteran and ss-govsrnor of Wyoming
territory; aged 77.
A Storm: Violent wind snd rain storm
worksd destruction In suctions of the
Obituary: Jsmes R. Ksene. noted finan
cier and turfman. In New York; aged
A Jeff Davie, Unltsd Slatea senator
from Arkanaaa and former governor,
at Little I lock; sged U.
A Obltuaryi Lewis Swift, no tod astrono
mer, st Marathon. N Y.; aged a
t Shipwreck: The steamer Hoascrans
was wrecked on Psacock Spit. Or, j U
A Sporting: Alfredo Do Oro. champion
poekst billiard playsr of the world,
savsd his Utle by defeating Jamas Ma
ture In Nsw York.
IA Firs: Loss of U. 000.000 by burning of a
cold storage plant st Calgary, Alberta.
It Political: The British houss of com
mons paassd the Irish boms rule bill
by s majority of 110. Raymond Poln
oara, prime mlnletsr of Franos, was
sleeted presldsnt of the republic.
Obituary: Dr. Thaddeua B C Lowe, aero
naut and inventor, at Pasadsna, CaLl
sgsd XL B Prentlas Bsllsy, sdltor,
connsotsd with ths Utloa Obaervsr for
• yeara at Utlea; aged 71
a Obituary: Mrs, Julia C. R Dorr, post
snd suthor, st Rutlsnd, VL; aged (I.
Shipwreck: U lives lost In ths wreaking
of the pssssngsr liner Vsronsss off
a Personal: Helsn Oould. tbe philanthro
pist, married to Flnley J tfhepard la
Nsvsl: Ths Brsslllsa super-Dreadnought,
largest and most powerful battleship
sfloat, was Isunobed st Nswssstle-oo-
a Political: Naalm Pashs. commander of
the Turkish army, klllsd la a political
uprising which ovsrthrsw ths govsra
a Bslksn Wart Turklah batlsrlss de
fending Conslantlnbpls opened Bra upon
a Shipwreck: The Oerman bark Panganl
sunk In a collision In ths English ohan
nel and II of her crew drowned
a Political: The Brltlah house of lords
rejected ths Irish boms nils bill by a
vote of XM to (S
L Obituary: Dr. Thsodor von Holleben.
noted Oermsn diplomat, la Martin:
Balkan Wari The Bulgarian artillery re
sumed bomberdm.nl of Adrianople oa
expiration of the peace truce
A Constitutions! Amendment; Tbe IMb
amendment to Ihe United Statsa con
sltutlon authorising sn Income tag wss
spprovsd by Delsware. Wyoming snd
Nsw Maxloo: three-fourths of the statss
having indorsed It, the amendment be
A Sporting: Willie Hoppe retained bM
Ut balk line bllllsrd championship by
defeating Oeorge Sutton In a tills match
In New York; final eount 100 lo ML
Balkan Wan Bulgarians attacked Turk
ish ferta at Oalllpoll, oa tbe Darda
A Sporting: nsnnss Kolehmstnen mads a
nsw world's Indoor record by running
( miles In M minutes a seconds In Nsw
A Obltuaryi John Oeorge Brow*, noted
painter of street boys, dlsd la New
York city; sgsd XL
A Mexico: Revolution to Mexico, beaded
by CoL Felix Dl«i. bsslsged Prssldsat
Msdsro In bis palace The revolution
ist Isader den. tlernsrdo Reyss killed
M South Pelei Newe of the disaster to
CapC R P. Scott's antarctic expedi
tion was cabled from New Zealand!
the sooth pete wee reached March a
IBJL aad subsequently Soott snd four
of his eompanlons perished la a Mis
Msfleoi A truee reigned between Ma
dero's government aad tbe MsXlsas
Strlks Blot: In a osal strike riot Bear
Musk low, W. Va., II etnksrs aad 4
mine polios wsrs killed snd B persona
a Mexico: The Me Sloan revolutionists
and government roroee bombertrd Mb
ether's poet!lone with heavy artillery.
IA Sport|ag: llanaee Kolehmalnen, the
Finnish runner, msds a new world's I
mils record by goSna the dletanee la M
mlaulee 814 esoonds In Nsw York.
Mexico: Msxlean force/ continued ertß
lery Sling la the etreets ef tbe City of
Ms»lso Ths revolution gamed freak
M OMtuery: Charles Major, author ef
many popular novate of sM English
life. Including "When Knighthood Was
In Flowsr." st Shdlbyvllls. Ind ; sgsd 11.
14 Msxloo: Fighting oontlnued ip lbs City
of Msalea Oovernm.ni treipe revell
ed Mad ere sgrssi to resign Ibe pree4
OMioery: Oea Stewart L Woodford,
soldier aad llelsmst. la Nsw Ysrk sllyi
a Sporting: A. R Ktvlat mads a nsw
mils rosatag reeerd la New Terht
Urns 4 mlnutss IX 14 seconds
M Balkan War: Fierce attack of Moale
sagile troops ae the Turka st Ssulsn
wss eooceesfai. with leee to UM esssS
sals ef AIM
a Obituary: Joaquin Millar, the -pool et
tbe Sierras." In ths llsdmsni niila
Cellferaia: sgsd &
M Obituary: Oen Oeorge WaeMngteo
CuetM Lea sldsat son ef Ihe leu Oen
Robert a Lea el Bsvsaswerth. Vat
* Msxloo: President Msdero resigned bis
eSMo aftr srrsst by Won Mlsnsust.
sns ef bis officers Oen Vlstortsas
Hoerta, commander of the nstlsnsl
srmy. sasunssd the preeldeery.
PMttleaJ: Rsymond Polncsrs wee ks
gogaralod prssldsat er Prsaee
M Msilssi Oestave brother ef
tIM depoeed Mgtfm presidaat, waa
kMlf by the revolotlonleta.
Fire: Over UM buildings were horned la
IMyot lens XUM.MX
a Obituary: Ye Ho He La, tltslsr sa
prees dowager ef Cblaa. at Peking;
Mexico: Tlm deposed presidest asd vtot
president ef Meamo, Msdsro aad Soa
rs* wsrs klllsd In s mystsrious man
ner while eader guard by rovoluUco-
il Sporting: Alfredo De Ore, the post
champion, defeeted Thomas Ha salon,
ehsllsnaar for ths world's xhsmplsn
ship, by s score of 3M lo 147 ,
a Fire: Tbe burn.ns ef ths Dewey hotel,
Osibx. eaussd a heavy lass ef Ufa
L Shipwreck: BrlUah etramer Galvadoa
found.r«d la UM ass of Marmora, NO
Firs: Loss of Buutm si Argenta. Kan.,
by Ihs burn ina of 111. uuir Compress
A Disaster at a»a Herman torpedo boat
destroys* H-ITk sun* In collision' oft
Helgoland and II ul the eraw perished.
Political: Woodroa VVllaon Inaugurated
aa th. nth pienidant of lli. United
A Historical The ship Niagara, which
Commodore Perry uaed In Bis victo
rious battle on I-an, Erie In IXl*. was
raised from the bottom of UM lake
near Brie, Pa
Balkan War; Tbe Ureeks raptured Ja
ulna from tbe Turk* eecuring MM
Political: The aenata confirmed Presi
dent WUeon'e cabinet nominations aa
follow.: State, William J Hryan of
Nebraaka. treasury. William Ulbbs
McAduo of New York. war. Undley
Murray Uantaoa of Ne» Jersey; at
torney general, Jamee Clark Mcltayn
olda of Tennessee; postmaatar general,
Albert Sidney Hurtaeon of T.sas: nsvy,
Josepkus Daniels of North Carolina;
Interior, Franklin Knight Lane *f Cal
ifornia. agriculture, David Franklin
Houston of Missouri; commeroa, Wil
liam Com Redfleld of New fork; labor,
William Uauchop Wilson of Penneyl
Sporting: McDonald scored a new world's
record by hurling Ihe 14 pound shot a
feel snd t% Inchss In New York
Klvtst made e new world'a record by
running I.QUO yards In i mlnulae U U
seconds la New York
t Explosion: About a> m.n killed snd t»
Injured by expioelon of dynamite In
transit on the steamship Alum Chine
In Baltimore haiboi
A Fir.. At Yokohama; loas ol ITMO.OOO
U. Obituary: Dr J S BUllnga. Federal
war rsteran, author and librarian. In
New York city; aged 71
IA Storm: Klectrlcal tornado swept over
the lower southern snd southwestern
states: 100 deatha
It Fire: Plant of the Klmlra Telegram de
stroyed . loee IXO.OOOi
IA Storm: A billiard raged from Illinois
to tbe Dakolaa.
IA Greece: Kins Oeorge asaasalnsted at
a. Storm: Ulluard and eyelonle storm
ravaged the eenlral and aouthweetern
states, destroying over 100 lives and
property valued at several million dol
Oreeosi King Conatantlne aaeanded the
M OMtusryt Frank a Black, ex-goveraoe
of New York and noted lawyer. In
Troy: aged 10
M Storm: Cyclone killed tt outright at
Terr. Ilaute and Injured over 80, many
mortally. Over IM killed In Omaha,
where 1.100 house, were burned or
wreaked Many Nebraska towns smit
a. Obituary: Field Marshal Vlsoount Gar
net Joseph Wolseley. famous Brlllab
soldier, st Msntone. France; egad M
M Flood: Waters reached their height la
Obloi M 0 Uvea lost, and eetlmated prop
erty loee above M 00.000.000
B. Balkan Wari Turks surrsndsrsd Adrt
snopl. lo th. Bulgsrtans and Servians
with 61,000 prisoners. Allied troope at*
tasked tbe Turkleh lines si ths Cbatal*
Ja def.nass of Constsntlnopla
SL Obltuaryi John Plsrpont Morgsn. cap
italist, In ROOM: aged 7«
I Pereonalt Ex-Presldsnt W. H Taft
took Up bla dullaa aa profeeeor at Yale
A Convention: lntamstlonsl nnngrsss of
historical studlse convened In London.
Buffrsgetteei Emmellne Pankhurst ssn
tsnosd to I years' Imprtsonmsnt la
London for suffragslts out rag sa
A Political: Preeldeol Wilson read a mes
sage befors congress In Joint seeslon,
reviving a custom sbandonad In 1401.
M Sporting: Major baseball leagues open
ed the season of l»U
IA Obllusry: John U Hsndsrson. former
United Statss ssnslor snd suthor of
ths 11th amendment to the constitution.
In Wssblngon; sgsd M.
a Railroad Accident: 1 killed In a oolll
alon on Ihe Vermont Central near Ml
14 Strike: 100.000 Belgian workmen wenl
on a strike for equal euffrage
Personal: lllneee of Pope llus changed
for the woraa.
Obituary: Carl Hagenbeck, noted animal
eolleolor end showman, near Hamburg.
Oermany; aged SO
Convention: Congress of the Daughters
of ths Amsrtosn Hsvolutlon opsnsd In
IA Fersonsl. Funeral of John Plerpont
Morgan held In New York city.
Convention: National Council of Women
met In Waahlngton
ft Aviation Dlaeslsr. Ths Frsncb mili
tary bslloon /.odlso burst st a height
of B0 fset st Notsy-ie-Orsnd, France;
0 orders and a pilot killed
Personal: Crisis In the lllnsss of Pope
Plus; death ssenw-d Imminent
a Pereonei Mrs WUIIam Cummlng Sto
ry elected president general of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
a Balkan War The Turkish forlr.ee of
Scutari ssplured by Montsnsgrina
a Mining Dlssstsr: ISI sosl miners klllsd
by explosion la Ihs Ctndnnstl rains el
Dieksns Rsminder: Mrs Msry Ann Coop
s'. original si Dlcksns "Utile Dor
fit," died In London In hei lOuih yesr
a Strike. The Industrlsl sinks In Bet
glum for squsl suffrsg. .ndsd, oes
esused by ths strike eetlmated et tJOL
& Ship wrack: Tha ilmdw Concordia col
Udad wltb a brMn ptor >1 in* moulh
of Taaaaa rlr•». La., drowning t pro
China: J*i»allani Wliaua raoogniaad l«>
4 •porting. WUUa Kolatimalnrn won in*
profaaalotial H mU« rat* In Now York,
tlma I hour M mlnuiaa 14 aaoonda
k Plra: Loaa of DJHM » tba plant o*
tba Amartcan fart 11 llaa aorn|iany al
Onmatloa: Cangraaa of Anurtam aur
~ gaana and ptiyalctana in Waahtnrton
t OtataMlM: Cangraaa a* lha lalrallM
Army mat In Pbliadaipbla.
1 Canraatloa National Aaaoclallon Poi
tba Mudy and Pravantloa of Tubarru
loata mat la Waablngtnn
PalIIleal: Tha Undarwood larlfl Mil paaa
ad tba houaa of rapraaanlatlvaa by a
rota of Ml to l»
U Storm: M klliad and ■ InMrod bf a
lor nolo al Oman*.
Obituary: "IHIIy" Arlington, tba oil
ttaaa aagro mlnatral. dM al Ixia An
It. Mining Maaatar. Plrwtamp nptoaion
klliad II minora al IMIr ValUr O
AfWlaai PimlMi Hoalllok Cabaa avi
ator, Saw (ram Kay Waat to Havana,
wtnalog a MJW prtaa.
• Panama Canal: Tba watara of tba Pa
atSa aaana wara admltiad to tba aanal
tar it)l«g»a la • ratalalng dlba nan*
Ml Political: Oaoarnor lllram Johnaaa
atgnad tba California alias land bill
A Obituary: It IL Klagiar. eapliallai and
railway magna la. at Waal Palm
Pla.i agad ■
Cuba: Oaa Mario a Manoaal waa
aaguraiad praaldant of Un Cabaa iw
A Caalawary: Tba MMh annlraraary of
tba Mrtb of Rlahard Wagnor, tba maa
tar lompoaar. art at rand throughout
H A acta ant: M paopta kilted and many
lajmd'b; tba aollapaa of a P*ar at
La«S Baa eh. Cai.
Bp or ling: Jaani D. Trarara waa lha
■MUVPOIIIMI amalatif gOit
•hip la Maw Tar*, dofanting A. *.
Paraonal: Pnaaaaa Vlatorta Lalaa at
, Pi aaala and Prtoaa Karnaat Auguatua
of Cumbariand marrlad In Barlln.
m Ship Olaaatar: « paraona k Iliad by tba
daatruetlon of tha ataamar Narada by
Turk lab mlnaa la tba gulf of Smyrna.
Obituary: Oaa. Jamaa Haaton Dakar,
atra war aoldlar, adltor and hMtartaa,
§1 Eftn'ff If Inn.; tijtl 94
K Conraotloa: Unltad ConfadaraU Vat
arm na mot at Chattanooga.
A .Paraonal; Itaanatt H. Young alaotad
aaoinaaadar tq ahtaf of tha UalladCw
Obituary: l-ord Avebury (Sir John Lub
bock). distinguished British scholar and
author. In London, uged II
Balkan War: Treaty or pwot between
Turkey and the Balkan allies signed
To the Maine Heroes: National monu
ment to oommemorste the martyrdom
of the ere* of the battleship - Maine
unveiled In New York.
SL Sporting: Whisk Droom IL won the
Metropolitan at Belmont Park. N. I.
where racing waa resumed after three
1 Obituary: F. A. Ober. ornithologist and
author, at Hackcneack. N J ; aged ok.
Alfred Austin, poet laureate of Eng
land. at Aabford, England; aged 71
Pedestrtanlsm: E P Wee ton started
from New Tork city on a walking
match to Mlnneapolla, expecting to
cover L4M mllea In 10 days
4 Sporting: Aboyer woo the English
4 Railroad Accident: I killed, many In
jured In a railway oolllalon at Stam
■porting: Hock view won the Brooklya
Obituary: C R Cramp, noted ehlpbulld
er, In Phllsdslphla; aged n.
1 Sporting: Jerome D Travers won the
New Jersey golf championship, dsfsat-
Ing Oswald Klrkby I up and a to play
4 Obituary: Dr. C. A Brtggs, noted theo
loglsn one* tried for heresy. In New
Tprk city; aged 71 Dr U Forbes
Wlnslow, noted English alienist. In
London; aged Ml
4 Fire: Fire In a bualneae block In
Springfield. Mo., caused a lose of otter
Ml Sporting: Americans won the Oral
game of the International polo cbam
, plonahlp match at Meadowbrook. N .
by ttt goals to I for the English team
Aviation: Count Zeppelln'a dirigible bal
loon flaw from Baden-Baden to Vienna,
UO mllea, about. In • hours, beating ex
press train time, which Is t«M hours, by
over 8 hours
Political: The British house of commons
paased to a second reading the borne
rule for Ireland bill In the face of
UL Turkey: Bchefket Pasha, grand rlslcr
of Turkey, sssasslnsted In the streets
14 Philippines: I American soldiers killed
and IS wounded In a battle between
troops and Moroa.
14 Sporting: American I earn won the de
ciding game In International polo
match at Meadowbrook. N. f, defeat
ing the Engliab team by lit to i\
14 Annlveraaryi »th anniversary df the
reign of Emperor William or Germany
celebrated by ceremonlea In Berlin
Obltnaryi Delia Fox. popular light opera
ectreee, In New Tc-k: agad IL
14 Convention: A merit - Medical assocl
stlon mat In Mlnneapolla
It Sporting: New world's record ror a
four mile relay race made by the team
of tba Boeton Aihletlc association at
East on j time IT mlnulee SI 1-6 seconds
u> Obituary: Thomas A. Janvier, loumal
-Ist and author. In New York city,
Sporting: Ollltwlnkle won the Aecot Der
by at Ascot Heath, England
14 Railroad Accident: U killed, M Injured
in a haad-on collision or electric train*
at Vailejo, Cal
tL Bportlng. Syracuse won the varsity
eight oared race, defeating Cornell;
time 19 mlnutee 28 8-& seconds- Whisk
Broom It. won the Brooklyn ifsndlcap
Harvard Hun the deciding gams In the
championship baseball aarlee with Tale
In Brooklyn; score • to 4
H Explosion: 10 klllsd snd many Injured
by exploelon of mill duat In the Hustad
Milling plant, Buffalo
A Cold Wave: Bnow In Maeaachusetta,
Obituary: Oeorge Thatcher, old time
minstrel, ai East Orange, N J.i egad
Balken War: Bulgarian troope dereated
In battle with Servlana at Zletovcx
84 Sporting: Whisk Broom IL won ths
Suburban lisndlcep, beating e 0 year
world'a record by running a mile and a
quarter In ftoilnulee tint
Accident: 10 persons drowned by the
sinking or e ran lurry near Leech
14 Accident: II persons drowned by the
collapse or a bathhouse gangway on
Marrlmac river at Lawrence. Mass.
Hot Wave: Record breeklng heat day
In Chicago: thermometer lui on street
level; « deaths
L Veteran Reunion: Opening or the Blue
and Oray reunion at Oettysburg to eel
abrate ths Kith anniversary or the bat
Obituary: llsnrl Hucherort. noted French
politician and duelist. In Paris, aged II
t Oattyaburg Annlveraary: Military day
at the Oettyeburg reunion, annlveraary
or the battle of Llltle Round Top
4 Oettysburg Anniversary: Anniversary
or Pickett's charge, ths climax ot the
battle or tlettyaburg, celebrated on the
4 Oettysburg Anniversary: President Wtl
eon sddrsssed the veterans st t!e*tys
burg; close ot the Mill snnlvsrsary re
4 Convention: National Educational as
eoclstlon met ai Ball l.ake City.
4 Convention: International Inetltule ol
Agriculture opened In Itome
Ferry Memorial: Specls! church aervlces !
and other ceremonlea st Erie. Pa, to |
commemorsto Perry's naval victory on
Lakg Erie In lUJ
t. Oblfliery: Clan. K Iturd tirubb. ctvtl
.war veteran and diplomat, al Kearny,
N J.; aged TL
rinancial: First-Second National trnnk
ot Pittsburgh cloaed Its- doors tying
up about 180.000,000 In depo-iita
4 Balkan War: Turkey sent nn ultima
tum to Bulgaria lo evacuaia rurklah
Convention: National Dental eeaorlatlon
met at Kanaae City
14 Obituary: Dr. Horses Jayna. noted 01
ologlst. at Walllngford. i'a . aged M
Max loot United Btstsa Ambaaaador to
Mexico Henry Lane Wllaon summoned
from bis poet to Waahlngton
IL Balkan War: Roumanian troope In
vaded Bulgarian territory following a
declaration of war by King Charlee of
14 Fire: Fire In the plant of the Haakelt
A Beaker Car company al Michigan
City, lad., caused a loee of II.WHWI
14 Aviation: Leon Letort. French aviator.
Bew from I'arle to Berlin. MO mllea air
line. In t hours without stop
14 Accident: 11 persona killed and IM la
lured In • collision ot electric trains at
Los Angelea, Cel.
* Obituary: Daniel Dowllng. survivor ot
the famous charge of the Light orlgade
In UK at Utlca. N T.; aged tL
14 Personal: Robert Bridges eppointed
poet laureate of England
B. Balkan War: Turklan troope re-entered
Adrtenople after expelling the Bulga
China: Rebellion against the republic
broke out la China. 8 provinces declar
ing their Independence
B Fire Disaster. Fire la a clothing fso
lo ry at Blnghamton. N. T.. raaulted la
a heavy loee of life
a. China: Chlneae government troope re
elated an as tack of rebels ai Shanghai.
81 Sporting: The world'a tennta champion
ahlp won by Maurice E. McLoughiln of
the United Stalaa, who defected the
English champion, Charlee p. Dixon, al
14 Balkan Wart Balkan peace conference
met el BukharaeL
Storm: A windstorm caused a loea ot
m Washington. D C.
& Fire. The Flory Manufacturing plant
at Bangor, Ps, burned: loaa upward
'ft Pedeatrtanlam: Edward Payeon Wes
ton. the pedestrian, arrived at Mliwau
- bee. ending bis walk of MM mllea from
New York city, whence be started
Mining Accident: M minora Killed in a
colliery accident al Tower City, Pa.
4 War Oune: War game between battie
st) I pa. torpedo boats and aubmarinee of
the north Atlantic Beet and forta al .
the ••stern and of Long laland Hound |
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