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RAISING BAIL IN
Wide Campaipi On to
Get $1,070,000 to Free Men
Court Mav Restrict Bonds.
MH. Jan 4 -f1refa from fwBJ
crip, a nation-wide campaign tn to
day to rata bond of tl.070.O9n for the
tMrttMwu dynamite mnlrUwi wilt
were orTere.1 release from the 'eurel
perdUrMlarr at l,eavnworih on a writ
of imi In granted yeaterdav by
too Ur.ltod gtstae Circuit Court of A-p
! plan of th attoraevs ror th ron
vteeat awn la to rata tn montr from
among th local unions nf th tmn
Wnffcora, to which th mn sre a!-
aahod Attorny K. X. Znllns of Cht
eg, who ta In charge of tn campaign
10 ralaa th bind. aall 'o-day that a
lars part of th necessary amount had
alraady hn pledged In ''I, . sgn
Forms of bonds hav bn malfsd out
ta different parta of th country and tel
egrams sent to tha union Isadora every
whara la org thm to gal started.
INDIANAPOMP. Ind.. Jan. 4 Gov.
ernment oftV Isls conferred to-day con
aarnlag th ripcld results of ti.e se
ttee In Chicago of tha 1'niled Htatea
tar celt Court of Appeals In graming
rlgtita ta bond to thirty-two of th
later union official now confined In th
Poderal prison at Ievenworth
IMatrlet-Attnrny Charlaa W. Millar
raturnod from Chicago and talked wltk
Federal Judga Albert U. Anderson, by
w4ssa th banda muat b appravad.
at waa stated a wld discretion raat
wlrk fudge Andaraon a to toe kind of
bond, although th amounta hav han
fixed by th hlglir ourt. Th Juiiis
may require bonds from resident of 4h
district of Indiana and insist that whar
raal aatat la th auraty tha valu or
tb property In arh osss ahall be
twia aa high at th bonda.
Th Court alraady stated during th
trial that indemnified bond, ar bonda In
ww lea. th bondr-men ar secured aganat
lose, ar not acceptable. It waa le-
lared mat hT ah Judg Inalala upon lie
llmltatlona ha at out In th trial lb
attorneys for th convicted men will ba
i onflned to Indiana In their aeareh for
William X. Harding, one of tha ettor
nejre far tha men. returnad from C-ns
cego to-day to begin at one before
Judge Anderaon action looking toward
tha releaa of the prltonera. Aa aeon aa
tha bond are granted here altaehea of
tha United States Vlsrshsls omoe will
be aent ta lavnwo-th to bring tha
prisonere kaab to lndlanapoll la custody
far thalr later relsaes.
AN WAVCUPOO. Cel.. Jan. 4. -The
bandi for t ie releaa of Tveltmoe and
Clancy from tha 1'ederal prleon at Fort
leavenorlh will be quickly raleed here,
according to announcament to-day by
P. H. McCarthy, former Mayor.
"The release of the two man la cer
tala." ha aald. "rive tan rranctieana
Pledged H.M within an hour after newt
of th anion of the Chicago Appeal
eurt wa received. The balance will
b furthcoming In a day or two."
I.KAVEN WORTH, Kan . Jan. The
leaaou ror excluding all vieitore from
tie Kederel penitentiary her be am
known thla afternoon, whan II a a
learned that aeveral letter threatening
the nrflclala of the prleon and the
tlovernmrnt agenta who delivered the
dynamite conspiracy prisoners, had been
received. Even newspspcrmsn ware not
permitted to enter tha prleon gala till
AUTO DASHES INTO RIVER;
SINKS UNDER ICE AND
OCCUPANT IS DROWNED.
Toledo Doctor on Night Ride Takes
Wrong Turn and Plunges Off
Dock to Death.
TOIyBDO. o. Jan. 4 Dr. . eter Don
nelly, a Toledo eurgeen of national
reputation, waa drowned here at III
A. M. to-day. whan hu accidentally
dreve hie autor.ioblla off dock and
Into tha Maumee Blver at the foot of
Madleea avenue. 'hen Dr. Donnelly
left the Toledo Club ror hi horn h
turned tha wrong way Into Madlaen
avenue, whleh haa a eteep India lead
lag to the rlv. The machln
raced down the hill, eaneahed through
tha dock chatne. broke throng , the I t
aad aaak la about ity-flve feet of
The auto rurtalna were up and the
doctor did not have a chance to aa-
Dr. Donnelly waa suffering from high
fever yesterday, but continued hla prac
tice agaiuat tha advice of other dor
ter. I.aat night ha attended a meet
lag of tha Aoademy o' Medlclue and
topped with companlona at the Toledo
Club until 1 o'rlock thla morning, when
ha left for home. It la believed that,
la delirium, reaultlng from fever, ha
made a wrong turn and drove hla car
off tha wharf at high apeed. Dr Don
nelly, who waa city police aurgeoa.
waa a brother of circuit Judg Michael
Donnelly of Napoleon. Mayor Whit-
laTaaSat hat at Artlaracl Uaa. M -II -aa.. it
Sat aim 1 1 feHmlT.
Row Hlahep far Philippine.
BOMJ, Jan 4 -Th Right Rev Or
Polar laaeph Hurtb. Titular aianop of
MltofiataJniM. wa nominate i to-day to
ba Htohop of Nueva e)govia. In th
Philippine lalanda, In aur eralon to tha
Might fiev Jamea J. Carroll, wtm, rt.
elgnad la November lt Ui become
racier of St. Edward a Roman Catholic
Obupch. Philadelphia Hlahop Hurih
WW born In Germany, but educated at
Ike University of Notre Ueine. Indiana
He waa at one time re tor of Mi .lo
aeph'a Villgr. itnrlnnatl, O. and lair
of mt Bdward a College, Auglln, Tex
A BeaAiUful Art Calendar for the
It gppntb of ltlt with neat
ft World. Oruak la advance.
Brazilian Ambassador's Bride
Here to Undergo Operation
gaaaal aaaaaW wWM
SULZER NAMES ELLISON
FIRE INSURANCE LAWS
Work Will Beffin Here Next
Tuesday and Changes Will C
Suggested to Legislature.
ALBANY Jan 4 Opv. Huleer to-.lay
dra:natd William II Klllaon of N.-w
i k aa a Hpeclal t'ominlaaloner, to irrve
without expenae to tin- Htatp, to eottdej
facie, receive auggctiona and make
raommamUUona to th- Lgtala(ure re
garding Chang In Itgtl fire Ineuranc
Itwi. Mr. Kllledn will begin hearinf at
No Mi Broadway. Ne Vork, next Tum
He aald thai, allhnugii all of the lire
Irauran c atatulra wi ulil be ievlewel,
eapeclal effcrta would Bti illrcctrd towirl
rcurlnit . elmple. clea" ionlrn.1 dllti-
ing t !- . kbj uf the ppiiayhoidan M
added that he would murk In co-operation
with the Htate tnauranr Depart
CHANCE, LEAVING COAST
TO MEET FARRELL. SAYS
HE'LL BE BENCH MANAGER
no i vn.iV. i . . ,
VOANOBLhf4. Jan.4.-FrankCI,,n -.l
left lo-day for Chb ago. where he . x-
peel, to meet Frank Farrell of the N
Vork American League Oltlb Mil Tun. '
day. Before hla departure he ajlil he
had never received a dlreot orfer (rum !
Kartell to manage the New Vork club
"I do not kno,v what kind of propor
tion Farrell will put up to me," aul.1
Chanoe. "If hla term, meet mine 1 will
manage the Ne-w York team next year
"Aa far a ilgnlng up with New Vork
I concerned 1 wool, I any that I would
ralbar piny then- Utgjt any pagg rim.,
with the poealhle exception nf Chicago
If 1 algn with New fork 1 Inland to tun
the team from tli banfta, Althouxh I
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IJ IVININi WOBLD, IATUIDAT, J Alf fJAET 4, 10U.
MME. DE GAMA HERE
TO GO UNDER KNIFE
OF SURGEON MONDAY
Bride of Brazilian Ambassador
Forced to Cancel Social En
gagements for Season.
Cancelling all her aoclal engagamenta,
Mme Dotnlclo d (lama, bride of tha
ltraalllan Amhaaaador to Waehlngtoa,
haa com to New Tork to undergo aa
operation that will prevent her return
to Waahlngton for a month.
Bh la kept to her apartment In tka
Hotel Plaaa, but her frlanda will be
glad to learn there la no alarm over
her condition. For aeveral day ah
ha been attended by a nura. Hr
hueband la with her. It waa not de
rided until yeeterJay that ah would
have to eubmlt to th operation, wblek
will be performed In a private boapltel
Hh waa Mr. Arthur II. II earn and
wa married to the Amhaaaador at (he
ne home of Mr. and Mr. Blbert H.
liary. No. I'A Fifth avenue, on Nov. 21
, laat. Mayor Oaynor performed tha
I civil ceremony and the Hav. Percy a.
. tlrant the rellgloua on.
Mm, de Qama waa born In Hunta-
vllle. Tex . and waa Mlaa DllaabaU
, form,r nutU)lnd WM a .
o( ueoige A. Ilearn of tha Arm of
laaaaa A. Ilearn A Hon. II died at
the riaae two year ago
The Amhaaaador and bla bride had
not been bark long from their honey
moon when ah be same 111.
CAIIfiUT IM MCUU UtUDCUIOC
wAUUn I 111 PJCW nAmrdrilnC
FOR A $700 ROBBERY HERE.
Hrisontr Is Tiiomas Downey, Ac
cused of Helping to HolJ Up
Manchester. N. Ho have under arrest
Thomas Downey, charged with having
ssulleJ and lobbed Michael MoUrath '
at lAing Island City on Dec. J McGralh
, nroorleloi or a atone vard an. I on
th, ja,e m.-ntlonsd wa. returning from
UW wlt" pnyroll of I7W.
At She; man airset snd Jamaica avenue
'"' v""' eel upon by two men
lot with a blscjack, but ths ston
dialer put up s good fight, during which
lit- Hud a giid look at both men. Tbsy
got hla HM
0b "' ruhliera was tall and wall
built, ihe other waa abort and stocky.
M McGruth gay such sn ex. ellent
OQTlpllOn f them that Capt. Graham.
In charge Of the detective bureau In
1 Long island City, was abls lo got on tha
I trail of Ihe tall man. He found an eye
witness in thr ggggUll who knew Dow
ney. He also eecured a photograph of
; lioniiey. Mi Mdliatli declared that
Downey waa i in- tall man
it was !i arned that Downey had rela
! I in in Main healer and the police of
I thai city "etc wired tu bo on the look
I o.i ur him Dn rccalpt of the telegram
tell ok hint nf ola capiure Polios Head
qugrlsn wind bank to the Manchester
poll i to hul l tne man until reg.ulBl.ion
papers ould be Meured fur his return
lo tli, a slate.
I Capt. Graham Bays that there hate
1 been a number of goldtipg g laing la.
und Oil) ind they have al oven do'. by
1 a tail auti s shor. uiaa.
WAR THREAT MADE
AS DEADLOCK HOLDS
1 IN PEACE CONFERENCE
Allies Say They Have Troops Ready
and Will Resume Fig'.iting
Unless Turks Yield.
LONDON. Jan. 4 The Balkan peace
conference, which wa lo hav met
again IWi afternoon, waa poalponed
until Monday at ihe reueat uf the
Turk, wttn ere walling rmel Instruc
tion from th Ottoman Government at
The attitude of the Balkan alHea waa
rereehadnwad by Dr. J. Dane. Ihe
cklefjof the Bulgarian delegation, who
niw!i inn ine rurku will be in-
aaie to gle ua ac-eptahle condition
me neaotlatloa. win men i, broken off
We have an army which ran continue1
the war "
Dr. lnlt added a phraae which poa
Ibly Indlcalaa that a way out of th .
dMook tny he found He aald:
'Hf tha Turk wlah to XeVaal la Ihe 1
European power we cannot proven
then frwai doing ao."
Tha Ottaeaan dalagata to tha peaea
confereno have abnalutely aaad up
their mind not to tin-render the fai Haa !
of Adrianopla or the 'Xlaada In the
Aegean See. according to a etatement I
made ekl forenoon In well Informed i
An explicit and categorical declaration
to thla effect la to made at tha nasi
aeneton nf th pac oonfarene. Tha
Turk, however, mav make eome further
roncaaalon In tha Province of Adriaa
opla. Tha delegate r Bulgaria, Oraec.
MinAanagto and Bern mat at IB) thin
afternoon to ood aider their altitude In
view of the probable Turklah reply ta
thalr demand foe a dectelon an the qua
tloa at Adrianopla.
Tha Arena n ton of Auatrla-IIun-gary,
France, Oermany. Italy and But
la raaomad thalr "convereatlom" at
tha Briawh Foreign Offlc at noon to
day, when they fcegan eaaaloaring th
queatloae involved in the circle which
hea keen reached In the peace enema
lion. TILE COMPANY'S HEAO
IS ACCUSED Of FRAUD.
Woman Declares John B. Owens
' Induced Her to Buy Stock Just
Supreme Court Jurttee Amend refuged
to-day to atrlke out the allagatleaa of
fraud made by Mr. Oertnde A. Hofflln
ht aa action aha haa bewagbt to r
oaver M.MB from John B. Owen. Preal
dent of aha Bnaplra floor aad TBa com
pany of No. IK Weat Twanty-flfth
etreet. Owena recaotly moved to New
Tork from Ohio, where ho waa promi
nent la political life, and Mrs. HofTUne.
who I th wife of n noted Cleveland
Burgeon, engaged Herman Kahn to
bring the action against Owens here.
Owens, while president ef the Kanes
vtlle Ttla Company In 1PM. rapraasatad
to har that Ihe total capitalised etock
of the concern, amounting tn MOO.ooo,
had all been Issued for eenh and actual
faea value, xoeptlng the Cm worth or
"Treaaury" stock, which he Induced her
to Burchaee, she says. Oh. declare
that Owena elated that rha company had
earned ou. nst promt, and had an
earning capacity of 17.000 a month.
Within a few months after she took
over the stop'c th Xaneevllls Tile Com
pany went Into tha hands, of a receiver.
Mrs. Homin ear sne has not only
failed to leallaa any dlvldaoda, but that
ah I unatol to dlapooe of Ihe stock. ,
The only reply Owena made to Mrs.
Hornina's action waa to file a motion
that Mrs. Moffilne'a ohargaa involving a
fraudulent course of . ondui t be etrtokon
from th complaint.
SOCIETY WOMAN'S DEATH
INVESTIGATED BY POLICE.
Found Lifeless She May Have Been
Victim of Kobbers Defendant
ir Alienation Suit.
HOMBRHET, Pa . Jan. I -An Investi
gation la bslng made to-day by the
police Into Ihe death of Mra. Bertha
alhalfri. forty-two years old, a promi
nent society woman and charitable
woriker, whoea body waa to-day found
In the bathroom of tier Imme. In Wei
Main etreet. the exclualve residence sec
tion. It la bellsved the woman had been
dssd for ssveral Mourn. Mra. Shaffer,
who waa one of the moat beautiful
women In this section Of tha State, was
to hav appeared In court next term aa
a defendant In an alienation ault involv
ing ta.OW damages brought by Mr,
listen Bailey, formerly one of Mra
Shaffer e cloae friend.
Bcraam heard lat midnight by a
neighbor from tha Bohaffer houae.
Wnar tha woman lived alone, and the
kuow ledge that several thouaand dole
lar' worth of Jewelry waa In the
houss. led the police to suspect mut-
It could not bs teamed whether any
thing waa mlaalng until relatives had
been summoned to lake Inventory.
Msanwhlla the police kept guard over
tha house until the Coroner completed
DIES SCREENING SLAYER.
H rasy Jake" Levy Hefesee lo Tell
Who kket Him ea street
Jscob Levy, known aa "Craay Jaks."
a gamblera' hanger-on aad fraqusnter
of poolroama, died la tpsuvemeur Hos
pital seriy to-day from bullet wound.
He had been shot In front of a dsndng
hsll at No. M Koreyth etreet leal night
while talklug to Kor Morganstsln, a
young Hronx widow.
Two men approached atelckly from be
hind Lgry i and while on pushed the
woman asids, Uis other pressed a re
volver agatnoi Levy's abdomsn and
shot iilm When Levy haul been re
moved to the hoepltal Dot) Ovs Cohen
wss sent to gat the name or his as
satlenta. "HonaaUy. i don't wn,. who did u.
ai.d I wouldn't tall If I dKl," a.d
Craay Jails and hs kspt nls moutn
until Aa digd.
New York Steamer That Was Sunk
After a Collision on
.'' V Bl arM a
pj, il4 Mil I
mMaaam T &4nBwV
DEATH BY LOSS
(Conilaued from Blral Page
In two. As tha Indrakuala barked away
the Julia l.uckenbach want down by Ike
haad, and within flva mlnutaa no part
of har was afloat out tha tops of her
According to the survivor Capt. Gil
bert and the Brat and acond officers
ware atandlng on tha bridge when the
collision occurred. There was no oppor
tunity to give alarm to those below.
Capt. Olreert made a desperate effort
ta roaoa his wife, and when laat seen
waa ewsmtrring eft of th alnklng ahlp.
"I don't know bow I escaped," aald
Chief Officer Hunt. "After the ship
wsnl down I found myself dangling In
tha rigging and there I slaved. Not a
lifeboat was to ba had. ao qulokly did the
LuckenbMh go down. I never suffered
auoh torture In my life ss I did those
als bourn I dung there. My clothe
were tern to ohrede by th high wlnda,
and the area beat me almost into In
sensibility. Too much cannot be aald.
of tha dating bravery displayed by th
offloera aad crew ef the Pennsylvania,
which reeeued us."
LOBBB UPC AB HI CLIMBS
FUN NIL STAYS.
One seaman hurried op th Dueken
bach's funnel stays ns she went down.
Finally ha reaohed the rim of the
stack and waa safe for a moment.
Than aa tha ahlp lurched har funnel
broke Inane and bo waa loat
Only the who had proa once of mind
enough to ehln up the rigging had any
htsxnile of being eavwd. For eome rea
eon the Julia LuctterJbach sank only far
enough to cover her funnel. The up
per parte of her masts, to whkh wore
attached har cargo derricks, remained
out of the water, but th teak of hold
ing to th a light projections waa on
to tax the etouteet man.
CHIEF INOINEIN KNUDSEN RES
CUED JUST IN TIMC.
Chief Englasar Kiradasn was one of
thoaa who escaped to ihe rigging. He
was a powerful man, but aa the force
ef the gala Increased he was unable to
hang an. The survivors aay hla handa
were torn and bleeding and practically
uaeleaa to him whan he was finally
wrenched from his position and hurlsd
Into the water.
Whan the Julia Luckanbaoh went dawn
the aea waa comperatlyely calm and
there wa only a moderate bran. But
the barometric Indication of an ap
proaching etorm had been accurate.
Within an hour there cam out ef
the aoutheast a biting wind which In
creased in force every minute. At the
end of the second hour after 4he col
lision tha wind had incraassd to hurri
cane force and within three hours ths
worst storm of the eeason waa in full
Th blasts that awept In from the At
lantlo were bitterly cold. One by ons
.,,. . . , ' .
" "enumueu ana
were blown oil or dropped Into the sea.
At tha snd of six hours only ssven aur- 1
vlvora ware able to hang on.
Tha wind waa blowing seventy miles
sn hour at 1 o'clock yeatsrday after
noon whan the Danish tramp Pennsyl- ,c, HtwBg for ttlania
rinla sighted the wrs.-a. Under dr
cuKstancea of the greateat peril a boat
waa lowered from the Pennsylvania
and roved to the ise side of the Julia
Lurkenbaih. The men In ths rigging
Jumped Into h sea and were picked up
one after anoth.r
News of the wreck 4 not reach th
land until to-dsy, when the "nimyi-
YOUR SOUR, GASSY,
ILL EL FINE I FIVE MINUTES.
'Rcallv ilnet" put stomachs in order "reslly does" ovenomr imiigestinn.
dyspepsia, gaa. heartburn and sourness in five minutes that jtut that make,
Pape's Diapepain the largest selling stomach regulator in the world. If whal you
eat ferments into stubborn lumps, you belch gaa and cruciate sour, L'ndiHcMed
food and acid; head is disay and si hea ;brrnlli foul; tongue coated: your inBidra j
filled with bile and indigestible waste, rruiembrr the moment Uiaprpiin Bomtg in
rontart with the stomach all such distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing
almost marvrious anu ine joy is its tiarmirssnesB.
gg OBAta TasAHOuutg eg
MA Kit DIBOROIRID STOMACHS
fill r IN a IW HTB NINUTIS.
CURES INDICtSTION, DYSrEPtMA,
SOURNBSA OAS. HBARTBURNT
CENT CAM AMY OBUO
vanla reached Newport Newa. Hecond
Officer Brunn telephoned a brief atate
ment of the facta to th Jjiiofcenttach
office tn Baltimore.
Tha Indrakuala Is a newly built steel
steamer of 5.72S tone burden and 4 feet
In laagth. flhe la reported to have
paased gparrowa Point. Baltimore, bound
out. at 4. It P. M. Thuraday.
With th exception of Cspt. Gilbert,
First Officer Hunt and one of Ihe ensn
neera, the crew of th Julia Lrtickenbnch
waa BOinpoaod of foreigners. They were
Signed la Baltimore, Dec. 12, lust prior
to ths aalling of the steamer for Port
Tampa. According to the register of the
Cnltad Htate Shipping Commissioner,
the crew ns msde up aa follows:
II. A. Gilbert, caotsln: Fred ft. Hunt,
Arst mate; William tlninn, aeoond mate,
Oermany; Frank Bonlk, carpenter. Aus
tria ; J. Andreaaean, uuartermaater, Den
mark; G. Davis, querteermeeter, Italy;
F. Unde, teaman, n-mrany; F. Lorr li
ner, seemea. Germany; Christ. Kmid
son, enxlnefr, No-wny, ntOrgB A. Utile,
Aral assistant engine r, Unglond. IxmiI
Itoth, second aawlstsnt engineer, Oer
many, Oeonr H. Doyle, third ntstairt
engineer, trnrted 8tate; Jose Oonaalee,
oiler, ftpaln; L. Brincknclur, oiler. Oar- '
many; R. Rodrleruea, fireman, Brazil.
Willy Hoffman, fireman, Germany. Eon-
pad Torlnaea, Norway; Mr.' uaj Oarcla,
fireman, Hpain; Castor AMhtfana, fire-,
man, Spain; A. Hodueland, fireman.
Norway . W. M. McDonald, coal passer, j
Ekigland: Jose Calbra. coal passer, i
Spain; Fr. Mmnlcke, steward, Germany.'
R. Kluxnpe. m see man, Germany. '
Frank Oetteno, maaaman, Spain; Pedro
Romero, ooal passer, Spain.
The Julia Luc kenbach was COnSldsrsd
on of the stauncheet of th many j
raaaela ef the Luckenbach line. She waa
aniaged In the coastwise and West
Indies trade and was built In IBB for
the Holland-America line. Originally
nhe waa bought by the Iiuokenbachs
about twslvs years ago and completely
The revenue cutter Apache haa
started from Annapolla for the scene
ef the wreck, atout forty roll away.
ThSr Is little hope that any aurrlvora
cMngtng to wreckage may be still
floating In the vlolnlty, but It la sup
posed the Apache will recover eome
The alnklng of the Luckenbach appears
to have been the most disastrous catas
trophe attending the greet storm which
swspt ths upper Atlantic Coaat yeeter
day. It la feared that belated report
will bring news of other wreofca and
lose of Ufa.
WASHINGTON. Jsn. 4 -There were
three aaparate torm of extraordinary
One atorm. central In Virginia, awop:
th Cheaapaake Bay and Hampton
Roads. Along the coaat aa far south
aa Atlanta all cities reported de
struction of property.
In ths Middle Went a fierce wind
storm levelled wires between Now
Tork and Chloago and In the far West
ern Statee of Washington and Oregon
communication was partially paralysed
by another fierce gale.
The heaviest gals of ths season Is
raging at Caps Lookout, N. C, where
the British atsamar Alcaawr la ashore
Ths revenue cuttsr Seminole, Copt.
Cardan In command, la standing by
In case help la needed.
The ravanus cutter aervlce ta ales
aendlng the cutter Seneca ti tha as-
slstence of an unidentified three-
KhNnw of L, E Harbor,
AMOS RUSIE IN JAIL.
cased ef Cruelly to Wife.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Jsu. 4. Amoa
Rusle, the once great pitcher of the NOW
York Otants, Is in jail her to-day on a
charge of having threatened to kill hla
wife, who Is an Invallcf darulyxnl In
her lower limbs. It Is alleged that Kuale
on Thuraday ejected his wife and daugh
ter from their honne
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FRIGID THREE-DAY SPELL
retire Coaalry Doe for fthlver
First ef West Week.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 4.-A cold wave
with aero temperatures will spread over
almost the entire country within :he
next three date, a special bulletin nf
the Weather ltureau announced kpejg)
The northwest will feel the col.1 almuet
immediately ami will be hardest hit.
Th extreme cold will spreail qulcklv
to the eaetward and southward extend -
Ing through the Rest Golf and Ho .th
Attsntle States within three day.
ftsM what degree of cold may be ex-
pected, experts to-day amd they could
not state with preclBlnn, but It no.
probable the temperaturee nould mil bs
unuaunlly low, except over the north-
west and the central west, where ibny
will be below .ero, especially In the
To a Weak
or Inactive Liver
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MAN WITH POLICE BADGE
DEMANDED $500 BRIBE.
Detectives Set Trap fof Him Bad
Arrest James Wilson on
A man who cnlla himself Jamea W4Je
snn, but whose real name la said by
Inspector Kaurot to be Jamea tin alien,
was arrested to-day by Detectives Soaa
lon, Dennlaon and I'pton, who had for
an hour or more been trying to eaten
him in the act of taking money from
Henjsmln Terner of No. 19M Wrst ave
nue Terner Informed the police Dee. M
that while he was talking to a woman)
who hurl accoated him on the alf at
Wilson approached him, showed a badsra
nnd put him under arrest on Twenty
third street, near ninth avenue. Wlleoa
liad 1 1 i.i' I Terner il, that for gMO ba
would let him gn, and accepted a hecet
from Terner which he said hs w uahl
hold until Terner "mads good." Th
police made eeveral efforts to have
Terner pay the monty In their Pa as
ence. Ths man acted In aucft a auisi.
cinue manner thla ninrnlng that thee
Arrested him In the hope of fmdlnsj op
hie jo- - m the badge. He win lie charged
with attempted extortion.
Wilson, accnrrllnx tn the 'raapectask
has aerved four aentencaa.
BAILEY'S SUCCESSOR NAMED.
M. Johnston. Kdltor. the Bow
I . a. eaaler from Tea
' AI'KTIN, Tex . Jan. 4. The apposwer
I ment of R. M Johnston, edltor-in-obM
! of the Houaton Post, aa successor 10
I Joseph W. Italley in the t'nlted StoeSfl
! Henate for the term sxaylrlng Ifaroh d
i next, waa announced to-dsy by Gov.
Johnston la editor or the Houston Poet
' ami leader of the antl-ProhpMtlon fae
! tlnu of the Democratic party In Texas.
Thr I.eglBbiture, which meets Jan. 14, la
. ontmllcl by the Prohibition faction of
. Drmorrnl. snd a strong fight will ho
I made KlnBt confirming ths Governor1?
appointment of .lohneton.
IT HAS A
FEVER and AGUE
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