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Hf 2 The SaJjT IjAke Tehsunb: Wednesday Moemng-s tfAj$UA'KYX70 yu4. j
: BURN PRISONERS ALIVE
Atrocities by Rebels in South
GERMANY IS APALLED
Bidios of Enomy Boad, Muti
1 fated With Axos,
Troops Ato Being Hurried to tho
, Scene of the Troublo With
-f London, Jnn. 2C A dispatch to
-f the Central News from Capetown,
- says the bushmcn, with tho rebels -f-r-
In German Southwest Africa, aro
committlnf: terrible atrocities. Tho -f
limbs of the dead nro chopped off -f-
and prisoners are said to have been -f
burned alive, -f
Berlin, Jan. 2G, The news of the tor
turing to death of Germans In South
west Africa received here today
through British press dispatches caused
the most painful Impression among the
public. The colonial oITlce was with
out confirmation of the report, but the
statements made are not discredited.
Director Steubel of the colonial olficc
asked the Reichstag- budget committee
i lonlal appropriations as he was too busy
sending off troops to South Africa to
explain the estimates. A total of 2000
men are there, atloat or preparing to
i embark. It is believed Jn the light of
, today's Intelligence that this force Is
inadequate to adopt aggres.slve, eruah
1 Jng operations over a, wide Lerrltory,
i dominated by 15,000 Insurgent tribes
men. The German transport officers are
buying oxen in Cape Colony for the
punitive expeditions. The veterans' so
cieties are asking for contributions for
those who are fighting In southwest
The Vosslche Zeltung says Dr. Steu
bel is about to resign.
I' KISHINEFF MASSACRE,
j Number of Those Charged With the
Slaughter of Jews to Be Placed
L ' on Trial at Moscow.
Moscow, Jan. 26. Another trial of
jj . prisoners connected with the Klshlncff
I'., massacre is about to be resumed.
J The prisoners indicted were divided
I Into three categories. Only the first,
I comprising those charged directly with
1 murder, have been tried. The number
t still awaiting a hearing Is over 200.
j A formal appeal against the verdicts
already delivered has been lodged with
the Minister of Justice, but the Jews
doubt if the appeal will be successful.
I New Catarrh Cure.
New York, Jan. 2C According to
cable dispatches and consular reports
the latest European discovery in med
ical science, 9 a new drug called ns
catco, said to be a positive cure for
catarrh and asthma. In this country
the drug will be distributed through
the Austrian dispensary, 6 East l-ith
St., New York city, where samples may
, be had by mall free of cosL
THREATEN MINISTERS j
Warned to Leave Charges Un
der Penalty of Death.
New York. Jan. 25. The Row J6hn J.
Hfc , Cross, assistant rector of SL Peters' Epls
copal church at Port Chester, and the
Rev. Vincent CIgllano, who conducts an
Italian mission connected with tho First
Presbyterian church there, have turned
over to tho Chief of Police two letters rc
eclved by them in which their lives arc
1 . Tho ministers aro warned to leave Port
Chester within fifteen days or they will bo
H murdered. Tho missives evidently wero
H the work of the samo hand. Nolther of
Ht the clergymen can assign any reason why
their lives should be threatened. Tho po
Lr lice so far havo been unable to procuro
H ' any clue to tho writer, but take the af
V 1 fair Berlousfy because of the recent nu
P mcrous coses of threatening letters in and
about New York.
i Smash-Up on Santa Fo.
Topeka, Kan., Jan. 2C Passenger
train No. 7, westbound, on the Santa
1 Fe, crashed into the rear of a freight
train at Wright's station, near Dodge
City, this morning, derailing a dozen
freight car. Several passengers were
sc-rlously shaken up, but none fatally
! Injured. The lo?a to the company Is
great, and traffic was delayed for sev
IJ Filipino Outlaw Taken.
Manila, Jan. 2C Gen. Vlncente'
Lukban, formerly of Samar, and the
.Instigator of the Balanglu and other
atrocities, has been arrested here.
He Is charged with conspiracy in
company with Gomez Rlcarte, whose
conduct attracted considerable atten
tion during the Smith-Waller campaign.
I, A Guaranteed Cure for Piles,
. Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud
I ing Piles. Your druggist will refund
i money IC PAZO OINTMENT falls to
cure you in G to 14 days. 60c.
i Big-Warehouse Burns.
Hf - Louisville, Ky., Jan. 26, Fire today
destroyed the Goddard storage ware
T1 lioutw, entailing losses upon several
wholesalers which aggregated about
S225.000. The fire caused a slight panic
i, among the guests of tho Gait house
"HH i which, however, did not result in any
h harm to anybody.
j .The fire Is believed to have been
"jjjjjjVN caused by spontaneous combustion.
A SMART THEATER WAIST.
DESIGN BY MAY MANTON.
Willoi. Willi lillilV Xfl.rt. HOU. - f
No color Is more fashionable than palo gray, no combination lovelier than
gray with white. The smart waist Illustrated exemplifies the fact and Is
made of pearl crepe de Chine with yoke and cuffs of white lace, bertha of
white crepe edged with lace and trimmed with narrow silk braid. The deep
points of the bertha arc specially to be noted as being among' the latest of
fashion's decrees. The sleeves are finished with novel cuffs cut to harmonize
and form graceful puffs. To make the waist will be required 4 yards of ma
terial 21, 3! yards 27 or 24 yards 44 Inches wide, with Vz yards 21 Inches
wide for bertha and yards of all-over lace. A May Man ton pattern, No.
4460, sizes 32 to 40, will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Department
of tills paper on receipt of 10 cents.
! Pattern No. (Ten Cents Inclosed.) 5
As orders arc filled from tho East, It will require about 10 days from receipt s
of order to rccclvo patterns.
SQWAMS DIE TOGETHER
Mystery of the Hills in
Oregon Town., .
MAN AND WIFE FOUND BEAD
Woman Was Shot and Her
A Letter Indicates That WomanjWas
Faithless, and Her Husband Had
Killed Her and Himself.
. Pendleton, Or , Jan. 26. The bodies of
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Brown of Reln
beck, la., were found In the hills south
of town this morning. Mrs. Brown had
been shot In the breast, and, the bullet
falling to kill, her throat had been cut
from car to ear with a razor. Brown
had shot himself In tho head and, to
make death certain, had swallowed poi
son. The couplo came hero some time ago
from Iowa. On falling to arouse them
this morning, Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Smith,
with whom tho c&uple had been stopping
for two weeks, entered their room and
found a noto saying that both were tired
of Hfo and had agreed to dlo together.
Tho noto left- directions as to where tho
bodies would bo found, and, following tho
instructions, the Sheriff succeeded In lo
cating the sccno of tho tragedy.
Tho couplo left a number of Boaled let
ters addressed to various persons, one be
ing addressed to Mrs. M. A. Brown of
Rcmbcck and another to Thomas Brown
of Summcrfield, Kan.
Just previous to coming hero the,
Browns lived In an Idaho 'town, where
tho husband was employed In a bank
During their resldcnco here Brown taught
school and his wlfo did various kinds
of work for fnmlllea. It 13 said tho cou
plo came west from Iowa with a wagon
and team, arriving in this section about
a year ato.
Mrs. Brown had addressed a letter:
"Dear Brother: When this reaches you
I will bo no more. I havo found another
man In Oregon I love better than my hus
band." Her letter had been torn and thrown
into a stove, but failed to burn, and was
picked out by tho Coroner and pasted to
gether. It Is believed now that Brown
murdered his wlfo and then killed himself.
SM8KE AND ALTITU1E.
Why Patti Failed to Let tho Copper
Kings of Butte Hear Her
Butte, Mont., Jan. 26.Thc concert
scheduled for last night by Mme. Pattl
and her company did- not come ofC as
expected. Mme. Pattl's manager refused
to let her appear, saying that tho high
altitude and smelter smoke had already
affected the diva's voice, and he feared
to take the risk on the remainder of the
trip. It Is supposed by many, however,
that tho sale of seats was not up to expectations.
ROBBERS USED TRUCK
Silks Valued at $11,000
Stolen in New York.
New York, Jan. 20. Bolts of Imported
silks worth $ll,0Co havo been abstracted
fro:n an office building and lofts at No. 10
West Eighteenth street. So largo a quan
tity of goods was taken that the robbors
must havo used a truck. The robbery evi
dently occurred Sunday, but the dlfforcnt
firms occupying tho building were some
time In discovering their loss. It Is
thought by the police that tho burglars
were admitted to tho building by some
person on tho Inside. At their leisure they
then went through the place from top to
bottom and escaped unnoticed.
Senator Hanna's Condition.
Washington. Jan. 2i. Senator Hanna
was very much better today, but ho must
remain Indoors for 3cvcral days.
What are Humors?
They aro vitiated or morbid fluids cours
ing the veins and affecting the tissues
They arc commonly duo to detective diges
tlon but are sometimes Inherited.
How do they manifest themselves?
In many forms of culancous eruption
salt rheum or eczema, pimples and boilf
and in weakness, languor, general debility
How arc they oipelleO? By
which aleo builds up the system that ha;,
Buffered from them.
It Is tho best medicine for all humor
g The UltlmatasB I
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A NeW Wrinkle, (No. 12.)
Fricassee of Dried Beef.
1 cnpfal Sliced Star dried Boof (chopped fino)
1 tablcppooafal batter
'A pint milk
One-foarlh tcaapoonfol Armonr'a Extract of Bcof.
MoltthobuttorlnmllkinchaflnBdlsh. Ada tboExtract "
of Roof and tho driod beef; cook about flvo minutos.
Boat tbo ckcpj, add slowly, nnd stir until tho aaaco Is
thick. Sorvo on tonst or fried bread.
Above fa taken from edition deluxe "Culinary Wrinkles" (jart
out) which will be sent postpaid to any address on receipt of
a metal cap from jar of Armour's Extract of Beef.
Armour & Company, Chicago.
the 'Best Extract of the Best 'Beef
j Just as much should be known about the whiskey
I for tho sickroom as any other medicine the patient is H
-taking, with purity to be thought of first of all. "We're I
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VJW m BpermMorrhoea and all the horror of ImpotenoT CUPIDENB cleansei tbo liter.
Ibokldnora. CUPIDENE stronRtbens and reitorps The reivin onOcrcra zto not cored by doctor
Is bccauno ninety per cent, aro trtrableI with Iroitatltl. OCPIDENE Is tbo only known remedy
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Rob practiced In SalL City for twen-ty-flvo
years, nnd tho wonderful and woll
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tlm provo tho sclcntlflo prlnclplca on
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