The Kiel Press. (Kiel, Okla.), Vol. 5, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1902 Page: 3 of 8

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Stands Erect in The Landau, Bow-
ing And Smiling,
APPARENTLY NOT FATIGUED.
The uses of adversity may be sweet
but it is apt to sour a man's disposi-
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London, Aug. 8.—Judging by ap-
pearances, the Icing not only will be
able to go through the coronation
eercmonies, but will be perfectly capa-
ble of performing all functions of the
service without discomfort. His re-
turn to London was accomplished with-
out any ill effects.
When the train arrived, the king, ac-
companied bv the queen and Princess
Victoria, stepped out of the car and
walked across a crimson cloth on the
platform some twenty yards, to his
carriage. The queen and Princess
Victoria entered the vehicle and the
king followed, apparently without
difficulty, ami four royal servants
placed rugs about his knees. The king
stood up straight, as if he had never
had an illness in his life, took off his
hat and bowed to friends on the plat-
form and to the crowds behind the
barriers. He seemed to be in the
greatest good humor and edidently was
delighted to get back.
The admiring commentsof the crowd
along the king's route from Victoria
station to Buckingham palace were
mingled with expressions of amaze-
ment at the appearance of his majesty
riiling in an open landau and much of
the time bare-headed, he having re-
moved his silk hat. The king kept
continually bowing and smiling in
response to the cheers of the people.
The long route via Orosvenor place
and Hyde park corner, and thence
down Constitution hill, was followed.
Tlie king passed through a great sea
of waving hats and handkerchiefs as
he drove up to the palace. He was ap-
parently not fatigued by the excite-
ment of his reception.
To Invest ignte Thut FoaalL
Minneapolis, Aug. 11. — Prof. N. F.
Yrinchell, president of the geological
society of the United States and a mem-
ber of the faculty of the University of
Minnesota, left for Kansas with War-
ren 1 ham, secretary of the Minnesota
historical society to investigate the
reported discovery of a human fossil,
said to be 35,000 years old. They hope
to secure valuable data in support of
tlie ounteution that the earth was in-
habited during the glacial period.
8llver Advancing.
Denver, Colo., Aug. II.—Solomoi? R.
Guggenheim, who is here lookiug after
t,he interests of the American Smelting
and Refining company, said that tin?
company had just closed the sale of
:.'Qfl>00,000 ounces of silver to tlie Mexi-
can government, in addition to 5,000,000
ounees recently delivered. He declared
that the first sale increased the market
pries ui the metal two or three cents
and predicted a still greater rise as ;i
result of the late deal.
The Strike Settled.
Topeka, Aug. 7.—The Santa Fe offi-
cials announce the strike of the boiler
makers at San Bernardino and The
Needles, Cal., in effect since May 28,
has been settled satisfactorily to all
parties concerned. Both the strikers
and the company made concessions.
The new wages at The Needles will be
30 cents per hour. Between 50 and
100 men return to work.
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For children teething. M>rten* the gums, reducea In*
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Before some preachers condemn a sin
they investigate its financial standing.
noon nousKKKEPERs
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■hues easy. Cures swollen,hot .sweating,
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The average historical novel can
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Splendid Opportunity to Visit Red
River Valley.
From July 26th to August 20th the
Great Northern Railway will sell harvest
excursion tickets at rate of 55.00 for each
person, in parties of live or more, from
St Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth and West
Superior, anil J13.00 from Chicago, to
points on Greet Northern Railway In
Minnesota, North and South Dakota.
Also on same dates tickets to all points
on their line in Minnesota west of Sauk
Cei-tre and Benson, and in North Dako-
ta east of Minot, at following rates for
each person, in parties of five or more:
From Sioux City. la., and Yankton,
JS.OO; from Sioux Falls, $7.50.
Tickets and Information from all rail-
way ticket agents, or upon application to
F I. Whitney. G. I'. & T. A., St. Paul,
Minn., or Max Bass, G. I. A„ 220 S. Ciark
St., Chicago, 111.
Low
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Great Northern Railway will sell harvest
excursion tickets at rate of lo.Ot) for each
person, in parties of five or more from
St. Paul. Minneapolis, Duluth and West
Superior, and from Chicago, to
points on (Jreat Northern Railway
Minnesota, North and South Dakota.
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on their line in Minnesota west of Sauk
Centre and Benson, ami in North Uako-
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each person, in parties of five or more:
From Sioux City, la., and Yankton,
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and the world.
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Trans-Atlantic and Trans-Pacific
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Including Greek. I.atin, French ar;d< iennan. On
completing the full course of studies, studouta
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The Conservatory of AliiaNi Is condurtiwl on
the plan of tho best Classical Conservatories of
Europe.
The Art Department Is modelled after tho
b >st A ri Schools of Europe.
Preparatory ami Mini in Departments. Pu-
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BPRINUFIELD. MO.
To Meet Santa Fe'. Rates.
Chicago, Autf. 11.—The western roads
have decided to meet the Santa Fe's
rate 00 live stoelt from the Missouri
riv«r aud the trans-Missouri lines will
tucet tlie rates beyond the river by
making the Chicago figure the local
rate to tlie Missouri river, plus 12.
General Fill!.tun 1. Sink.
Denver, Colo., Aug. 11.—lirigadier
Uenoral Frederick Funston, com-
inaiuier of the department of Colorado
id oontined to his home by illness,
having undergone an operation for
ftalula. His condition is not at all
alarming and his friends expert thut
he will quickly recover. Tlie gen-
errfa present illness does: not resu't
from the attack of appendicitis for
wtutfli an operation was successfully
pejjftirmed before he came to Colo-
rado.
Has Quality And (luantltjr.
Wichita, Aug. il.—O. A. Sarles of Mt.
Hope, one of the largest apple growers
in tlie county reports that lie would
have the best apple crop this year thut
he has had since coming to Sedgwick
coanty. His trees, he said, were load-
ed with the finest quality of fri^U, and
the apples were larger and more plen-
tiful than in any other year since he
set out his orchard. Last year he said
thnt his crop was not very large and of
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