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A WASHERY STARTED
Trouble nlao Started Almost thoSnmo
y Bcrlppi-McIUi Vnn Afn'n.
Duryoa, Pa., August 14-Oralnous
quiet rosts crvor Duryoa this morning
wboro four men wero injured yesterday
In an affray botweon tbo strikers and
tho guards at tbo Warnko wnshcry.
Warnko says no further attempt will
bo made to run tho washory until tho
troops hero lalTord protection to tho
men. Yesterday's attack brought to
light a loaguo of foreigners who wcro
sworn to prevent resumption of work
at r.ny cost.
Wilkesbarro, Pa., Aug. 11. Presi
dent Mltcholl said today that ho did
not know' what significance attached
to tho gathering of so many operators
and tnlno superintendents at Pottsvlllo
yoatorday. Tbo impression in coal
taado circles hero is that tho meeting
was hold to hear tbo viows of Vl'co
President Loomls of tho Delaware,
Lackawanna & Wostorn company.
Mi. Loomis has just completed a
tour of tbo strlko region and it is said,
madoa report of his observations to
"tho presidents of the coal-carrying
roads In Now York. Just what tho
nature of tho roport is is not known,
but it is roported that Mr. Loomls rec
ommended tho starting of some of tbo
collieries in different parts of tho re
gion. Tho presidents of tho coal com
panies, so it is alleged, thought it
would bo better to get tho vlows of tbo
resident superintendents of tho mines
before this wus attempted. For that
purposo It is roported a meotlng of tho
superintendents of tho largest of tho
coal companies was called at Potts
vlllo. It was tho largest meeting of
operators and superintendents ever
bold in tho anthracite region.
Tho Warnoke washory at Duryoa
resumed operations today. A crowd
of flvo or six hundred strikers aud
their sympathizers surrounded tho
works and tho situation is threatening.
Tho sheriff has a small number of
deputies on tho ground.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Aug. 14. A riot
occured at tho Warnko washory this
afternoon. Strikers attempted to en
ter tho barrlcado where sheriff's dopu
ttos wero stationed. Ono of tho depu
ties fired into tho crowd and shot a
Slav in ono leg. At tho sight of blood
tbo crowd of men and boys retreated.
The deputies woro prepared to Uro a
volloy when tho barrlcado was cleared
of all intruders. All Is quiot now.
MOVEMENT TO ItAISE TUNDS.
Chicago, Aug. 14. A movement to
organko a committco of 100 or more
citizens to ralso funds for tho striking
minors in tho anthraclto coal regions
of Pennsylvania has been started by
tho union carpenters of Chicago.
Kovolntionlsts lmvo now Taken Porto
By tJcrippa-McItae Prcsu Asi'n.
Washington, Aug. 15 Tho belief
is gonoral hero that tho end of tho
Castro administration In Vonoztioln
seems certain. Castro now holds
only Caracas and Its port Laguayra,
while threo revolutionary armies sur
Washington, Aug. 14. Just boforo
tbo navy department closed a dispatch
was received from Compandor Nickels
of tho Topoka nt Porto Cabollo, stat
ing that tho revolutionists wcro in con
trol, and that thero was no danger of
an attempt to retako tho town by tho
govomment forces. Commander Nlc
kols acknowledged tho recoipt of in
structions directing blm to land a forco
in case of uccosslty, but stated that
tho necessity for such a stop had not
In official circles tho control of Porto
Cabollo by tho revolutionist is con
sidered a signal victory for that party
as it is a placo of considerable strat
egic Importance. It has about 10,000
people, situated on a spacious, dcop
and safo harbor, by moans of which If
necessary trdops and supplies may bo
landed or dispatched to otbor places
in tho country. Porto Cabollo is but a
shot sail from La Guaira, which is
not far from tho Vonozuoloan capital.
A crisis in affairs at Porto Cabollo,
wboro the insurgents bavo been gather
ing strongth, has existed for some
tlmo and today's nows from Comman
der Nlckols confirms' tho prediction
that a bottlo will soon bofought thoro.
Tho Topeka is looking after tho Inter
ests of Americans In that section of
tho county and Commander Nlckols
wus glvon full directions to land n
forco If necossary and also to provent
a bombardment without duo notice.
This action was authorized at tho sug
gestion of Minister Bowen and olosoly
followed a notlco from tho Germans
that tboy lntond taking similar steps
for tho protootton of Oorman Interests.
Commandor Nickel's dispatch is tho
first official information that has
reached Washington that tbo revolu
tionists huvo sccurod coutrol of Porto
Port of Spain, Trinidad, Aug. 14.
Tho fall of Barcolona into tho hands
of tho Venezuelan revolutionists has
putrocowod strength into tholr cam
palgn. Tho committee hero having in
chargo tho Intorosts of tho Matos party
is ontbslastio of this now buccobb.
Tho revolutionists now hold tho cub-
are the most fatal of all dis
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or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
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Kidney and Bladder troubles.
PRICE 50c and $1.00.
torn ports, Cludad do Bolivar, Oulrla
Cnno, Colorado, Coro, Carupano and
WANT TO COMEllERE
Cathollc'.SIstcrs Expelled From France
Wuild Sottlo in America.
Romo, Aug. 15. Members of relig
ious orders oxpolled from Franco, es
pecially sisters, are applying to tbo
Vaticao authorities for permission to
settlo In tbo United States. Sovcral
of thorn bavo coma to Homo personal
ly for tho purpose of urging tholr re
quest. A reply has boon sent to them
pointing out that thoro aro no vacan
cies In tho United Statos and calling
attontlon to tbo dlllloulty arising from
tbo fact that tho expelled slBters do
not spoak English, Canada has been
suggested as a hotter field, as sisters
aro comparatively scarco thero and
becauso French is spoken in a largo
aroa of tho dominion. Tho appli
cants, bowovor, porsist In tholr re
quests to go to tho United States.
A FALSE ALARM
Report of Capture of Puerto Cabollo
by Insurgents Untruo
Caracus, Vcneuola, Aug. 15 Tho
roport of tho capture of Puerto Cabel
lo by revolutionists is untruo.
Washington. Aug. 15 The navy de
partment is In considerable doubt as
to tho exact status of affairs at Porto
Cabollo, Vonezueln, ns It dovoloped
today that there had been sorao con
fusion in tho transmission and inter
pretation of tho dispatch of yesterday,
rolativo to tbo control of tho town .by
As originally deciphered Comman
der Nickel's dispatch announced that
thero was no immcdlato danger of
bombardment and from this It was
assumed that tbo revolutionists had
obtained possession of tho town.
After studying tbo dispatch more
closely today in tho light of previous
roports, sovcral navy department
officials bavo como to tbo conclusion
that tho situation is practically as it
has been, tbo Castro forces being in
control of tho city.
Up to a lato Ihour tonight Acting
Secretary Daring said that no answer
had boon irecolvcd frpm Commandor
Nichols in roply to tbo dispatch sont
him inquiring into tho exact condition
IT MAY BE FATAL
Who Had llullet Removed from
His Drain May Die.
Kansas City, Aug. 17. Tho condi
tion of tho boy, Owen Crawford, of
Council Grove, Kansas, from whoso
brain u bullet was oxtracted a few
days ago at St. Joseph's hospital,
was roported to bo in a dangerous
condition last night. Flvo years ago
whllothoboy, who is now It) years
old, was handling a loaded rovolvcr,
ho accidentally pulled tho trigger and
tho bullet penetratod and lodgod in
his brain. At tho tlmo tho doctors
said tho wound would result fatally,
but Owen pulled through aud carried
tho bullet which gavo him more or less
pain and concern. Tho operation pre
formed at tho hospital was a dollcato
and painful ono. Tho surgeons cut a
holo In tho top of his skull, oxposing
tho brain, and as tho bullet could not
bo dislodged by tbo ubo of Instruments
ono of tbo doctors ran his fingers into
tho cavity and rcmovod it.
BRYAN ON PRESIDENCY
Wants Sonic Ono Nominated Who Was
Loyal toPliitforiuiulll'Jll mid 11)00.
Lincoln, Nob., Aug. 14. W. J.
Bryan has writton a letter to tho edi
tor of tho Now Orloans Times Demo
crat In answer to tbo question whether
ho was a candidato for president in
tbo noxt campaign: Mr. Bryan says
"I shall not bo a candidato for tho
presidency in tho noxt campaign, and
I may add, 1 havo no cboico boyond a
dcslro to seo somoono nominated who
was loyal, not only to tho ticket, but
to tbo platform, in 1890 and 1000, and
who, if oloctod, could bo trusted to
stand by tbo peoplo in tbo struggle
against organized wealth.
"Whllonoono enn look very far
ahead or foresee tho contlngonclos
that may arise, I havo no plans look
ing for a ronomlnatlon at any futuro
fhli ilfnUuro U on every box of Ibo gonulnr
Laxative Hromo-Quininc tmou
tho remedy thut curm n cold In ono dor
THE TOLA REGISTER FRIDAY AUGUST 22, 1902
HE LIED ABOUT IT
Confession of Oscar Thompson lu tho
Bartholin Caso Fake
lly Rrrlpp.-Mcn. Irci Aaioctatlon.
Chicago, Aug. 1C. Tho polico is
Btlll grouping In tho dark in tho Bar
tholin raurdor mystery. Tholr only
hopo is that Oscar Thompson will toll
all ho knows. Mlltor. Edwards, a
boador at tho Bartholin house, re
turned today from Denver wherobo
Hod for fear, ho saysf that Bartholin
would kill him.
Chicago, Aug. 14. Becoming dos
porato tonight, wbllobolng subjected
to a vigorous examination by Inspec
tor Hunt, Oscar Thompson, who Is
detained ponding Investigation of tbo
Bartbolln-Mltcboll murders, confossod
to overythtng that the polico havo been
trying to mako him toll. Whon ho
had llnlshod Thompson laughed do
rlslvoly and said:
"Inspector, that story is a lio. You
wanted mo to toll you all thoso things.
I havo admitted all, but I might con
fess that It Is all a lie."
Inspector Uunt, who has been lab
oring with Thompson for days, thought
for a moment that tho solution of tho
mystery was pouring from Thompson's
lips, but tho next momont ho realized
thnt Thompson was endoavorlng to
porpctrato a joke.
In maklnir tho bogus confession
"Yes, Bartholin made mo go to tho
laundry barn and get tho wagon that
Wednesday night. Ho raado mo bring
it to tho houso at 4310 Calumet avenue
and back It up to tho curb. Then
Bartholin came out of tho houso cat ry
ing a mysterious bundle. Ho put It
in tho wagon. Then wo drovo to tho
Englowood prairie and hid tho bundlo
lu tho weeds. You havo been tolling
ino to tell you that and admit it is tho
truth. You bavo told mo tho same
htorlos day after day and havo pressed
mo to confess that they aro true. I
will toll you that all thoso things hap
pened, but, Inspector Hunt, I will also
stato to you that every word I havo
spokon is false. Everything I havo
told you is a dellborato falsehood."
Tho bogus confession camo justattho
very moment whon a confession was
oxpectcd and Inspector Hunt was
greatly disappointed. After Thomp
son was returned to his coll, Inspector
Hunt said: "I believo that strango
confession of Thompson's is Thomp
son's last card and that ho will tell a
terribln story boforo long."
Chicago, Ang. 1I: Llttlo progross
was mado by tho polico today in solv
ing tho mysteries of tho Bartholin
caso. Inspector Hunt was convinced
that ho would obtain Important Infor
mation from John daffy, who was
positively identified by Mrs. Taller
day as ono of tho men sbo saw with
tho laundry wagon on tho morning
following tho night of tho disappear
ance of Mlnnio Mitchell. ClalTy has
been accustomed to a supply of liquor
and tho inspector was of tho opinion
that ho would weaken aftor ho had
been doprived of his allowanco for a
few days. Lato this afternoon ho con
cluded that iClaffy Bhould bo about
ready to tell what ho know nnd had
him called Into tho otllco. Tho result
was a failure; Claffy not only ro
fuscd to admit that bo was ono of tbo
men seen by Mrs. Tnllorday, but de
clared with groat posltlvonesB that ho
was not thoro nt all. When asked
how bo oxplalnod Mrs. TaUerday's
Identification of him, he replied that it
was not for him to explain it. She
hud simply mado a mistake, nnd that
was her affair and nut bis. Ho in
sisted that bo was at homo in bod at
tho tlmo Mrs. Tallerday declared that
sno saw mm witn tno laundry wagon,
and denied any connection with tho
cuso. Tho polico could mako nothing
whatever out of him and ho was
locked up again.
Milton Edwards, who arrived today
from Donver, was ablo to do no more
thnn to strengthen tho suspicion of tho
polico regarding tbo guilt of Thomp
son. IIo recited no facts that boro
directly upon tho killing of oithor
Mrs. Bartholin or Mlnnio Mitchell.
Oscar Thompson still doellnos to
toll tho polico anything, and Insists
ho has told all ho knows, and he can
not remember whoro ho was or what
ho did on tho night of tho murdor of
tho Mitchell girl.
Thompson admitted to a nowspapor
man that ho no longer denlod tho
story of Mrs. Tallorday, who makos
tho charge thnt ho and "Daddy"
Claffy and njman supposed to bo Wil
liam Bartholin woro quarrollng undor
her wJgAr at 4 o'clock in tho morn
ing nftoYMlnnlo Mltcholl disappeared;
and that with them was Thompson's
laundry wagon, in which it is sup
posed tho raurdorod girls body was
carted to tho pralrlo at Sovonly-fourtb
and Stato 3troots.
"I turned in my laundry wagon at
tbo Agaar's stablo tbo night Minnie
Mltcholl was klllod about 8:30o'clock"
bo said. 'I stoppo.l nnd had several
drinks nt Clancy's saloon, nnd thon I
went to tbo housa on Calumet avenuo.
It must bavo been about 10 o'clock
whon 1 reached thoro,
"I met Bartholin In tho houso. 1
do not known what happened thoro. I
went to my Iroora, and aftor that I can
not say anything as to what trans
plrod In tho houso, I may havo been
drunk or I may havo been drugged; I
do not know.
"Whntovor I did, I do not know, I
do not dony now that I went out. with
him, but I cannot remember. Whnt
ovor I did, ho mado mo do. I may
havo gono with him in tho wagon, as
this woman saya sbo saw mo with tbo
wagon In tho street tho next morning.
If I was thtro, It Is all a blank to mo."
Thompson has been subjected to
such sovero "sweating" by tho polico
that ho is said to bo at tho vergo of a
collapse, and his friends who havo
herotoforo remained In tbo back
ground, camo to tho front tonight In
an en on to auorci mm protection.
They havo employed a lawyer and to
morrow an attempt will bo mado to
sccuro Thompson's reloaso by habeas
corpus proceedings. Whcnitho attor
neys saw Thompson In bis coll tonight
the prisoner's nerves woro so badly
shaken that ho appeared unublo to
comprehend what was being dono In
COO SLOW EOR II1M
Charles Fair's Autoinobllo Was not
Evcroux, France, Aug. 15. Charles
Fair, who. with his wife, was killed
through a collision of tholr automo
bllo with a treo yesterday, was a son
of tho lato James Fair of California.
Moro details of tho collision have
been received here.
Tho accident occured at 2:30 o'clock
yesterday afternoon almost In front
of tbo Chateau Bulsson du Mai. Tho
wlfo of tho gntokcopcr of tho chateau
was tho only witness of tho disaster.
Sho says sbo noticed a big red auto
mobile coming along tho road at a
troinendous paco. Mr. Fair was driv
ing. Suddenly something happened
and tho heavy raachino slido sideways
from tho right to tlio loft sldo of tho
road, for about sixty yards. It then
dashed up an embankment, turned a
complete somersault and crashed into
a big olm treo In front of tho gato of
hto chateau. Tho automobllo was
wrecked, tho front axlo was broken
and other parts of tho machine woro
smashed, Inludlng tbo steering gear.
When tho automobllo turned over,
tbo wlfo of tho gatokcopcr says, sho
saw Mr. and Mrs. Fair thrown high In
tho air. Tho chaffeur,who was sitting
bihiud tho Fairs, was precipitated In
to a ditch. IIo staggered to his feet,
calling for Iholp. Tho gatokeopcr's
wlfo rushed to his assistance aud aid
ed him in extricating Mr. and Mrs.
Fair, who woro buried benoath tho
wrecked machine. Both had received
terriblo Injuries. Tho cbuffcur was
terribly affected by tho calamity and
seemed boroft of bis senses. Ho
throw himself Into a ditch on tho op
posite sldo of tho road and rolled
nhoutcrylng, "My poor masters."
M. Borson, owner of tho Chateau
Bulsson du Mai, was .summoned and
after advising the local authorities of
tbo accident, ordered tbo bodies of Mr.
and Mrs. Fair to bo carried to tho
gatekeeper's lodgo. Hero thoy lio on
mattrossos. Flowers havo been strewn
over them. In tho room aro threo
wax tapers burning dimly.
Tho accldont was ovidently d ue to
tho bursting of a tiro, At tho tlmo It
occured tho automobllo, which was
capablo of running seventy-four miles
an hour, was going at tho rato of sixty-two
miles an hour. Tho local po
lico authorities hold in tholr posses
sion nnd havo sealed up a valise bo
longlng to tho Fairs, which contains
jowols, two letters of credit, a French
bnuknoto worth $200 nnd somo gold
Paris, Aug. 15. Tho bodlos of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Fair, who wero
killed In an automobllo accident yes
terday near Evoroux, wero embalmed
and placed In caskets today, pending
instructions from tbo family as to
tholr disposal. Tho chauffour said
today, that beforo tho accident ho no
ticed tho tiro of tho loft hind wheol of
the machino was deflated and that tho
rim of tho wheol was rubbing upon
tho ground. Ho told Mr. Fair, who
trlod to stop. Tho necident followed.
Poasants who saw tbo automobllo say
It was going at a terrific paco at somo
points that It was lmposslblo to dis
tinguish its color. Tho firm that sold
Mr. Fair tho automoblno last Juno
says ho paid $12,000 for It and ordered
another at tho samo prlco to bo of
sixty horso power. Tho second ma
chino was almost ready for delivery.
Mr. Fair was passionately fond of
nutomoblllng and never missed a day
upon tho rond. Sovoral times ho tried
to boat tho ono-hour record.
Man on Whoso Farm Skull Was
Found Says Ho Can l'rovo It.
Kansas City' Aug. 10.' MIcheal
onennnon, of Lansing, Kas., who
was hero yoatorday, takos Issuo with
thoso who b'avo of lato dcclarod that
tho pro-historic bkull found near that
placo is a fake. IIo auys It is gonulno
and ho can prove It.
It will bo remomberod that not long
ago a skull, said to bo 40,000 to 00,000
years old, was dug up near Lansing,
thlrty-flvo fcot undor ground. It was
claimed by tho best scientist In thoso
parts to b3 that of a' prehistoric man.
who had roamed tho oarth at tho time
nnmod. W. A. Thompson, formerly
doputy warden at tho Lansing prison,
howovor, camo out and said that tbo
skull was doubtless that of a convict,
as It was found near tho old prison
burying ground and that shalo from
tho coal mines had boon piled nbovo
it, making tho strata of antidoluvlan
"That is not so," said Concnnnon
yosterday. "I was born on tbo farm
whero tbo skull was found, and I know
that locality well. Tho prison bury
ing ground Is also woll remembered by
mo, and it was two and a half miles
away from whoro tho skull was dug
up. Thero is no doubt about tho gen
ulno quality of tho skull."
LOUISVILLE IN 1001
Supremo Lodgo K. P. Next lllennlal
San Francisco, Aug. 114 Tho su
premo lodgo of tho Knights of Pythias
will hold Its noxt biennial session in
Louisville, Ky., In 1901. Tho Ken
tucky delegates mado a strong fight
against St. Louis, tho only other
candidato for tho convention honors,
and won by about two to ono.
Tho election of supromo olllcors oc
cupied tho greater part of tho morn
ing and afternoon sessions.
Tracoy R. Bangs, of Grand Forks,
N. D., for tho past two years supremo
vlco chancollor of tho Knights of
Pythias, was exalted to tho supremo
chancellorship by tho unanimous vote
of tho supromo lodge.
SULTAN FOOLING AGAIN
Turkey Forgetting Some of '" "roin
i9esMudo to America.
Constantinople, Aug, 18. Tho non
execution by tho Turkish government
of agreements reached long ago on
several questions affecting tho Inter
ests of American citizens has load to
somowhat strained relations between
tho United Stutes legation and tho portc.
Tho United States minister, John G.
A. Lolshman, has Informed tho latter
that ho will not discuss other matters
until tho torms of tbo settlements al
ready agreed upon aro carried out.
Diplomatic circles antlclpato further
unduo delay, mid that this may poss
ibly lead to a sharp reminder by tho
TELEGRAPH NEWS NOTES
Boonvlllo, Mo., Aug. 15. Jas. Nol
son a millionaire banker died today.
Ho was tho father-in-law of ex-Governor
Stephens of Missouri.
Now York, Aug. 15. A Buenos
Ayres cablegram to tbo Herald denies
tho death of Carmenclta. It says the
Dansous is appearing thero now.
Lisbon, Aug. 11 May Yoho and
"MiiJ." Putnam Bradle Strong aro
united again. They aro living happily
togothor again in apartments at tho
Avenida Palaco hotel here, and aro
registered as Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson.
Madrid, August, 11 Council minis-
tors havo decided to try co indtico
Spanish friars In tho Philippines not
to return to Spain on account of the
popular agitation against them be
causo of desertion from tho Spanish
Rotterdam, Aug. 10. Generals Do
Wet, Botha and Dolaroy arrived to
day and will visit ox-President JStojn
and then proceed to Utrecht to inter
view former President Kruger. An
Invitation to visit Quoen Wilholmiua
has boon extended to tho Boers.
Councils Bluffs, la., Aug. 15. Gen
eral Irving Halo was today rc-cleeted
president of tho national army of tho
Philippines. Among vico presidents
aro General Charles King of Milwau
kee aud General W. S. Metcalf of Kan
sas. Tho noxt meotlcg will bo at St.
Dotroit, Aug. 15 Tho funoral o!
Senator McMillan occurred from tho
residence this afternoon. Interment
was In Elmwood cemetery and was
private. Sonators Allison, Gnllln
gar, McComas, Cullom, Burrows and
many stato legislators and oillclals
Manhattan, Kas., Aug. 14. Charles
C. Garrotson, clothier, committed
suicido by opening tho arteries of his
left wrist at 3 o'clock thia morning.
Ills act is attributed to ill health. Ho
was about 41 years old. Mr. Garrot
son was married In January to Mud-
olino Morrltt of Wnmego.
Paris, Aug. 14 Mrs. Deacon, the
mother of Miss Gladys Deacon, sent
a lawyer today to tho oltlco of Lo
Matin, throatonlng legal proceedings.
Sbo said that Gladys Isongaged to bo
married six months hence, and that
tho story of hor'romuneo
crown princo of Germany
ElDorado, Kas., Aug, 18 Clarenco
Wiso was brought from Douglass this
morning, charged with shooting and
killing Barney Dunu of that town. Tho
men had been drinking and fought at
a picnic. Wise went homo and short
ly afterward Dunn was found in tho
road in front of Wiso's homo shot
noar tlis honrt. Ho died a few mlnutos
lator. Wlaa rofuEOS to talk.
Kansas City, Aug. 15. Mlno opera
tors and tho commlttoo roprosontlng
tho United Mlno Workers of Missouri
nnd a part of Kansas, who aro meet
ing horo havo arranged a wago sched
ulo for tho coming year, thoroby
avoiding a general strlko, today
wEl V If U.
mfoJt jfl 9 1
. EXTRACT I
Ccols, Ccrrforts and Mult tho Skin, Enabling
tho Must Tender Faco to Erjoy a Closa
Shavo Without Unpleasant Results,
Avnlil darcrorous, IrrlMtlni Wltcli
Hazel preparations, rcpreocnti J to tio
"tho name 03" l'ONU'S KXTRACT,
which o.iBlly sour ami ffencrally contain
u wooo. aicuiuui, U USUUl pWUlii
agreed as to llvo mines. It Booms prob
ably a complete arrangment will bo
Toledo, Aug. 10. Tho ;Canadlan
government has Instructed tho homo
stoading agent hero to proceed to tho
anthraclto regions Jand olTor Induce
ments to got thirty thousand or moro
strikers to form a colony and locato
on homo3teads in Canada. Tho gov
ernment to douato tho land in tho
Kansas City, August 14 Surgeons
extracted from tho center of tbo brain
of Oiven Crawford, of Council Grove,
Kansas, sixteen years old, a bullet
which cntorcd accidentally through
tho right oyo llvo years ago. A holo
was cut in tho boy's skull and
tho bullet lifted out. Tbo boy will
recovor entirely. Paralysis from
which ho has suffered sinco tho acci
dent has disappeared.
Now York, Aug. 11. M. Santos
Dumont, tbo aeronaut, sailed for
Franco on tho La Touraino today.
His intended departure Jwas known
only to a fow friends and was ex
plained by tho aoronaut himsolf as
duo to tho failuro of cortain persons
to put up tbo oxpected $25,000 prlzo for
a successful Ilight lu New York. IIo
said bo would return to America In
tlmo for tho air3'ilp contest at tho St.
Oyster Bay, Aug. 15 Among thoso
invited by tho President to luncheon
today woro Genorals Young and
Corbin who will pay their rospects to
President l'oosevolt beforo leaving
for Germany to witness tho maneouvers
of tho Kaiser's army; Ex-Governor
Francis, of Missouri, who wl 1 dis
cuss World's Fair affairs, and Henry
Warren of Philadelphia, who is much
intorostod In Philippine affairs.
Gloucester, Mass., Aug. 10. Tho
utmost secrecy Is thrown about tho
movements of tho licet which la to en
gage in mimic warfato around Now
York. Tho North Atlantic squadron
was agumentod this morning by seven
torpedo boats. Captain Philsbury's
squadron roprosontlng tho enemy, it
is said, will try to pas3 tho North
Atlantic fleet n'nd attack Now York,
It will bo anolsoless, b'oodlcss war
faro. Owiug to tho eo3t of powdor
not ovon blank cartridges will bo
used. Tho dofonding forces on land
will bo cotnmandod by General Mo
Arthur. Ballooas and wireloss
telegraphy will bo used.
A Curo lor Cholera Infantum
"Last May," says Mrs. Curtis
Baker, of Booicwnltor, Ohio, "an In
fant child of our nolghbor'? was suf
fering from cholera Infantum. Tho
doctor had given up all o.ies of ro
covery. I took a bottle of Chambor
aln's Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea
Iloinedy to tho houpc, telling them i
folt suro it would do good if used ao
cording to directions. In two days'
tlmo tho child had fully recoverod
and Is now (nearly a year slnco) a
vigorous, healthy girl. I havo rec
ommended this Homedy frequently
and have novor know It to fnll in any
single instanco." For salo by W. L
Crnbb & Co., Campbell & Burroll.
"Itching hemorrhoids woro tho
plaguo of my llfo. Was almost wild.
Boan's Ointmout cured mo quickly
and permanently, after doctors bad
failed." C. F. Cornwoll, Valley Street,
Saugortles, N. Y.
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