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Hjl :i -1HE SiUT IjAKH TRIBTINjB. TmmSDAT MOKNTSTG, MARCH 24, 1904. x . f '
I' GEN. MILES TO THE
I 1 " Array Veteran Replies to Invitation
I to Be a Presidential
I I , NEW YORK, March 23. The Rev.
, ' James 13. Dunn, D. D., of this city has
'.I . received thla letter from LIcut.-Gen.Nel-
son A. Miles, retired, jvho has been sug
' gcstcd as the Prohibition nominee for
"Washington, D. C, March IS. The
j Rev. James B. Dunn, D. D.k New York.
I Dear Sir: Your letter of recont date
' was duly received. For your kindly ex
pressions please accept my thanks. Our
country Is now confronted by a sltua
( tlon and Is called upon to decide ques
l Hons of the greatest moment. Not
since the adoption of our Constitution
have Greater responsibilities re3ttd
upon the sovereign voters of this coun
try than those which will be placed
upon them during the coming autumn.
"These questions are national and af
fect the very foundation and form of
our Government. My thought and seri
I ous consideration have been devoted to
the matters here Indicated. The estl
I mable citizens whom you represent can
I not fall to take a deep Interest in tho
I decision of those questions as well as
I In that one high matter which you
earnestly desire to promote.
I "It Is a truth as old" as holy writ that
I temperance Is one of the seven cardinal
jj ' virtues. Is not Its advocacy consistent
II with a like zealous advocacy of great
II national questions not directly Involv
H lng It?
H "The two great political parties of
Br nearly equal strength that run tho
I country will make nominations and an
I nounce platforms within tho next few
H months. Should either make such a
I nomination and announce such prlncl
H pies as will command the approval and
1 cordial support of those whom you rep
I resent the opportunity to advanco tho
I I objects of the temperance party would.
I , be offered while, at the same time, the
H patriotic men composing that party
I would contribute most essentially to the
' uplifting of our country from menacing
I "Should no nomination be mado by
I either of the great parties that would
H command the cordial support of the
H temperance people, the opportunity to
m 1 make a nomination of Its own -would
I' still remain.
I "For the reasons herein briefly Indl
I cated I am strongly of the opinion that
I It would be Inadvisable for the temper
H ance party to hold Its convention until
H after It has had an opportunity to ob-
serve the action of the other two.
"I remain, very truly, yours,
"NELSON A. MILES.'
I MANY NOTABLLo FROM
ACROSS THE ATLANTIC
NEW YORK, March 23. Among the
passengers on the steamer Kaiser Wll
helm der Grosse, which arrived today
from Bremen, Southampton and Cher
bourg were Charles M. Schwab, former
president of the United States Steel
corporation; Fernando Guachalla, Bo
livian Minister to Washington; Dr.
Johann Berger and Ludwlg Netter,
architects, and Dr. Hugo Harley, secre
tary of the German commission to the
St. Louis expoyltlon; William Barcn
then and G. Falst, directors of the Ber
lin Porcelain Interests, who will estab
lish exhlbltB at the SL Louis fair; Prof.
R. Klebsa, who will direct the German
educational exhibits, and Frederich D.
Furkheim, French commissioner to the
St. Louis exposition.
II ROUGH HOUSE AT COUNTY
j I CONVENTION IN ILLINOIS
I SALEM. 111.. March 23. A riot
I marked the gathering of the Republl-
I cans of Marlon county here, during
I which delegates charged upon each
i other with uplifted chairs,
i The chairman of the central commit
tee had announced the temporary ofll
cers as selected by the central commit
tee, when the disorder started. Moro
than 100 delegates sprang to their feet
and began a general light.
1 The furniture In the courtroom, where
the convention was held, was wrecked,
and when it seemed Imminent that
there would be bloodshed, Deputy Sher
iff Simcox drew his revolver and re
II TURBULENT CONVENTION
I IN THE SUNNY SOUTH
ATLANTA. Gu., March 23. After a tur-
Ijiilcnt convention which lasted into tHe
night, the Georgia Republican convention
adjourned, but not before passing rtaolu-
tlons calling on Congress to punish the
States which have passed laws resulting
H In Iho disfranchisement of the negro and
H , side-tracking a resolution looking to put-
f ting out a Suite ticket.
(3 A contingent of the Atlanta police
I played n part in the convention by eject-
d lng one of the members who Insisted on
? recognition when thu chairman thought
J he ought not to havo It.
t The courts who havo convicted parties
; of peonage were congratulated. Tho plat-
forai declared for respect of law and a
fair trial In all the courts for all offend-
II POISONED CANDY MURDER
CASE PROGRESSING- SLOWLY
SAN FRANCISCO, March 23. When
the Botkln murder trial was resumed
today Frank Gray, the druggist who
sold arsenic to a woman whom he be
; lleycs was Mrs. Botkln, was recalled,
but nothing of Importance was devel
oped. Detective B. J. McVey of Dover,
Del., identified the candy, which At
torney McKnlght, for the defense, in
' ' tlmated might have been changed. Mrs.
Mclnnls testified that she sold the
candy to a woman who looked like
" Mrs. Botkln.
I MILLIONAIRE INSURANCE MAN
rtjffl IN SHADOW OF DEATH
I SANTA BARBARA, Cal., March 23.
M Richard A. McCurdy, the millionaire
president of the Mutual Life Insurance
1 company of New York, Is very 111 here.
Sa He will be removed to New York In his
J 1 private car Immediately, instead of vls-
Zm Iting relatives here for five or six weeks,
11 as he had planned. He arrived here
1 only a few days ago, accompanied by
I Mr. McCurdy Is 70 years old, and Is
M said to have been In poor health for
i j some time.
I HEADACHES FROM COLDS.
1 LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE rc-
H moves the cause. To get the genuine call
a for the full name and look lor the slg-
: nature of E. W. Gtove. 25c.
I D B
It Stands for Dead Beats. B. D. stands
-for Bad Debts. We collect Bad Debts
R' a from Dead Beats. "Some people don't
jt-. J like us." Francis G. Luke, Scientific
B'; 1 Collector of Bad Debts, top floor Com-
HMn merclal Blk,
LONDON, March 23. No credence may
be attached to tho rumor from ABkabad
to the cfTcct that the Ameer of Arghania
tan has been poisoned.
LIEGE, Belgium, March 23. The au
thors of tho recent bomb outrages hero,
two French anurchlsln, Laobln, alias
ncnimmnoH, and Gudclln, have been ar
rostcd Thoy have confesstMl and nay
their object was to avengo tho expulsion
from Belgium of fellow anarchists.
NEW YORK, March 23. Otto Grossman,
a hostler, his wife and Koslo Longfeklcr,
a seamstress boarding with the Gross
mans, were killed by Illuminating gas In
a tenement In East Eleventh street today.
CLEVELAND, O., March 23. An oast
bound pnssengor train on the Lake Shoro
r6ad collided wlrh a freight car on a
siding at Northeast, Pa., today. Several
passengers nnd members of iho crew wcro
CHICAGO, March 23. Tho number of
blndcrv girls on strike here was Increased
to TOO today. They demand a 10 per cent
PRETORIA, Transvaal, March 23. The
plaguo has appeared here. One death
therefrom occurred today.
WHEELING, W. Va., March 23.
Shnrp's hotel and several small buildings
were destroyed today by an explosion. The
body of William Lawton has been recov
ered from the debris of the hotel and It
Is believed that other guests havo been
HOPKINSVILLE. Ky., March 23. Dam
ago amounting to thousands of dollars
was done In Christiana county by a wind
storm today. Many buildings wcro un
roofed and two negroes killed.
LONDON, March 23. Tho list of appli
cations for the Issue of J2o.0M.0C0 In 2i per
cent stock, created under the Irish land
act of 1903, the Issue prices of which la
SS, was closed today. The loan was over
aubacrlbctf seven times and Is quoted at
U per cent premium.
LYNN. Mass., March 23. Thirty-three
shoo manufacturers of this city, who em
ploy turn workmen, today locked out tho
men In this department of their factories.
Tho number involved is 600.
SEOUL, March 23. United States Min
ister Allen gave a luncheon today to tho
Marquis Ito, which was attended by sev
eral foreign diplomats.
WASHINGTON. March 23. The Nation
al Bank of Holdenvllle. I. T.. haB been
closed by order of the Comptrollerof Cur
rency, and Myron R. Sturtevant has been
WASHINGTON. March 23. The Senate
Committee on Foreign Relations today au
thorized a favorable report on the treaty
between the .United Statis and France,
extending nil existing treaties with Franco
to Tunis and all other French possessions
SANTIAGO. Chlle7March 23 A repre
sentative of Charles Flint of New York
says the Chilean warships Capltan Pratt
and Chacabuco have been bought ad ref
erendum, but an understanding has been
given that they shall not bo sold to any
belligerent power. The sale will bo ratl
llcd when approved by Congress.
PARIS, March 23. The announcement
was made today by frUnd3 o Louise
Michel that tho famous agitator Is dying
at Toulon from pulmonary congestion.
WASHINGTON. March 23, Tho Comp
troller of tho Currency has appointed John
W. Wilson receiver of the Orangc-Grow-ors'
National bank of Riverside, Cal.,
which closed Its doors yesterday.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 23. Among
the passengers sailing on tho Siberia for
th Orient today wero Mrs. Lloyd C.
Grlscom, wlfo of the United States Min
ister to Japan; B. C Vaughan, assistant
to the vice-president and general manager
of the Pittsburg & Erie railroad, and
twonty-flvo Japanese army officers re
turning homo from England.
VANCOUVER, B. C, March 23. A
stiiko In the Vancouver Engineering
Works, which began a month ago In .the
bollcrmakers' department, has extended
until practically all tho employes aro out
Today tho strikers started civil and
criminal proceedings against some of tho
most prominent business men of Van
couver, alleging that as members of the
employers' association they have con
spired together In constraint of trade.
WASHINGTON, Mrach 23. The Navv
Department today awarded tho contract
for the transportation of naval passengers
across the continent to the Chesapeake &
Ohio and Southern Pacific Railroad com
panies. HAVANA. March 23. As a result of the
operations of the reciprocity treaty be
tween the United States and Cuba, and
tho steady upward, price of sugar, scarce
ly any of the sugar crop will be held In
the storehouses, as was formerly tho rule,
tho planters shipping the entire output.
WASHINGTON. March 23. The police
trial board today decided to recommend
that a fine of $40 a month, pending an ap
peal In the courts, bo Imposed on Police
man Samuel A. Groff, recently convicted
and sentenced for consnirocv to defraiirl
tho Government In connection with the
DEWITT, Ark.. March 23. Three ne
groes wcro killed In a battle between
blacks and whites today at St. Charles,
this county, They wero Garrett Wood.
Will Madison and Will Baldwin.
WASHINGTON, March 23. The Presi
dent has determined that the Panama
Canal commission 3hall be attached to the
War department. This proposition is not
pleasing to all members of tho commis
sion. WASHINGTON. March 23. Postmaster
General Payne has had a comfortable dav
He sat up and for the first time In a week
attended to some department matters.
VICTORIA, B. C. March 23. Richard
McBrldc, Premlor of British Columbia,
said today ho regarded the British Gov
ernment's determination to allow Chinese
Immigration In tho Transvaal, to provldo
wholesale cheap labor, a serious mistake.
WASHINGTON. March 23. Tho Navy
Department has been Informed by cablo
that the torpedo boat flotilla left Bombay
today for Colombo, Ceylon, a distance of
00 miles. The flotilla already has cov
ered 11.2W miles of the 14,000 miles to Ma
nilla. LAREDO, Tex., March 23, Santiago Do
La Hoza, a newspaper man of Mexico
City and a prominent member of the Lib
eral party in Mexico, was drowned In the
Rio Grande today whllo bathing.
WASHINGTON, March 23. Tho Houso
Committee on Ways and Means todav au
thorized a favorable report on the Sher
man bill relieving bondsmen on goods
shipped to tho Philippines upon which
there would havo been an Internal reve
nue tax had tho goods been used In this
DES MOINES. Ia.. March 23. Gov. A. B
Cummins Is seriously ill with an attack of
the grip and Is threatened with pneumo
nia. IIOLDENVILLE. I. T.. March 23. Tho
National Bank of Holdenvllle, capitalized
at 550,000, one of tho largest banks in the
Creek nation, suspended paymen today.
The other local banks aro not affected.
NEW YORK. Ma7ch 23, Henry Vlgn
aud, first secretary of the American em
bassy In Paris, reviews his critical studv
of Columbus, published some months ago.
and says the discoverer's birth occurred
In 1451. Mr. Vlgnaud declares that "what
ever his moral weakness may havo been,
Columbus was tho discoverer of America,
and that alone suffices to assure his rank
among those to whom grateful humanity
NEW YORK, March 23. Paul Schwadt
ncr of tho firm of Pole & Schwadtner. Iron
contractors on the hotel Darlington, In tho
collapse of which twenty-one lives were
lost, was arrested today. Eugene C. Al-
THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY
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53 Cottage St., Melrose, Mass.
Dear Sir: Jan. 11, 1001.
"Ever slnco I was In the army, I had
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Hson. sccrotnry of tho Allison Realty com
pany, against whom a warrant also had
been Issued, barricaded himself In his
house In Brooklyn to avoid arrest.
FAIRMONT. W. Va.. March 23. Fire In
tho Miller-Clark Grain company's four
story brick building tonight destroyed the
building and a J30.W0 stock of grain. Loss,
NEW YORK, March 23,-George F.
Seward, formerly United States Minister
to China, addressed the Unitarian club i
tonight on "The Foreign Powers in
China." "Mr. Seward said "Japan Is real
ly lighting for all Asia against tho peril
.of European encroachments." Ho scout
ed tho "yellow peril" Idea. "Asia," he
said, "has more need to fear Europe than
Europe to fear Asia. To round out East
ern territory Russia needs Manchuria and
Korea. She has now plunged Into a war
with Japan Instead of agreeing to make no
Invasion of China's territory."
WASHINGTON, March 23. A member
of the Houso Committee on Judiciary has
prepared a bill looking to the consolida
tion of the Northern nnd Southern Judi
cial districts of Florida. Thl3 oxpcdlcnt
Is p'ropbscd to legislate Judge Charles S.
Swayno out of office and avoid tho ne
cessity for impeaching him.
WASHINGTON, March 23. The Senate
Committee on Appropriations today re
ported the District of Columbia appro
priation 4)111. It carries ?11,3G3.2G4. an In
crease of n,lC3,727 over the bill as passed
by tho House.
WASHINGTON, March 23. Secretary of
War Taft today again appeared beforc-thc
House Committee on Insular Affairs and
discussed tho pending Cooper bill for the
construction of railroads In tho Philippines
under Government guarantee on tho In
vestment. PANAMAi March 23, There Is a ru
mor 'here that former President Poll
carpo Bonllla of Honduras has been
tried by court-martial and sentenced to
be shot to' death. He was arrested and
thrown Into prltxm last month, with sev
eral other members of the Chamber of
Deputies, It being charged that a plot
against the Government of President
Manuel Bonllla was hatching among
ALLEGED ST. LOUIS
EOODLER GETS NEW TRIAL
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., March 23.
Tho Supremo court today reversed and
romanded the case of John H Schhettler.
convicted of boodllng while a member of
the Houso of Delegates In St- Louis, and
sentenced to four years In the peniten
tiary. The reversal was on tho ground
that Information was not verified by af
fidavits, as required by law.
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OSWEGO SILVER GLOSS
OSWEGO CORN" STARCH.
HON. ROBERT ALLISON, aged 71, ono
of tho pioneer typefounders In tho coun
try and president of tho Board of Public
Service of Cincinnati, dropped dead In
that city from heart failure
LONDON, March 2-1. Foreign Secretary
Lansdowne, in a letter replying to an In
quiry from merchants, says that no ar
rangement has been concluded with
France concerning Morocco, and that
nono was ever contemplated bv which
Morocco would bo ceded to France.
C. A. CAMERON, for twenty years su
perintendent of bridges and buildings for
the Chicago. Burlington & Qulncy In
Iowa, and for the past ten years with tho
Oregon Railroad & Navigation company,
djed suddenly yesterday afternoon on his
why from a hospital tn Portland, whero
lje. had been under treatment for heart
GEN. THOMAS ARMSTRONG MOR
RIS, aged Dl years, of Indianapolis. Is
dead at the homo of his daughter, Mrs.
E. M. Chambers. at-San Diego, Cal., where
ho was staying for the benefit of his
health. He was tho oldest living graduato
of West Point, having received his
diploma In 1S34.
D B j
Stands for Dead Beats. B. D. stands
for Bad Debts. We collect Bad Debts
from Dead Beats. "Some peoplo don't
like us." Francis G. Luke, Scientific
Collector of Bad Debts, top floor Com
Natives Revolt in West Africa.
BERLIN, March 23.-Gov. Von Putt
knmer of the Camorrons cables that tho
revolt of the natives has spread to Cross,
river (ono of the points marking tho
boundary of German territory In West
Africa), and has extended to British ter
ritory In Nigeria, and that the British
customs station at Obumkum was at
tacked on March lOtlu
Walker's 5tore I
Unusual Values in Spring Suits j I
and Dresses I I
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I About 13 Off. I I
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I About Forty Good Suits and Dresses of the Most Used Materials, coloring 1 H
I and styles, at a verey interesting mark-down, and that, too at a time I
j when most needed. You are almost sure to find one among the lot to
? meet your Suit needs; This is how the price reduction runs:
I $15.00 Ones at $10.00 $30.00 Ones at $20.00 I
I Ipp 18,00 " " 12,00 2,5 11 " 21,50 I I
! IE 20,00 " " 13,00 4000 " " 26,50 I I
I fFN 22-50 " " ,5-00 42.50 11 " 28.50 H
I ;Wf 25 00 " "17.50 45.00 " " 29.75 I H
B : : fw 27.50 " ' 18.25 48.50 " " 32.50
f ISM 50.00 " 33.50 I
j I f!f- A 35.00 Walker model of fine Cheviot, white silk vest, R
I III I KV with Persian silk embroidered designs, and silk sautaclic braid. 1
i If l 7STew shaped sleeve finished at wrist with deep lace. Entire 1 , IH
I ffl U suit piped with colored taffeta and trimmed with silk sau M
J . IkSv tache and clover leaf gold buttons. Fifty other styles at j
! 1 i . . Latest Mdes n pine (Men's c,th" ' I I
j 4JiJllWr' Walking Skirts, Voille Dress Skirts. I
Splendid Under-Muslins at Prices of Cotton Ones. 1
j Fifty white skirts at $1.75 and 2.00, all at the 1.75 price. The; are of Cambric, with Cam- ' W
; brie under ruffle, lS-inch fiouncb with tucking, lace insertion and fine embroideries. &
I Fifty white skirts at $2.00 to $2.50, all at the 2.00 price of Cambric, with lS-inch flounce of v VBB
Lawn or Cambric, with lace insertion and embroidery trimmings.
jj N ,
I Corset Covers. v
I Fifty corset covers in fine styles at $1.00. All with Torchon or Yal. lace insertion and.'rib- u i
j bon beading. They are fine Cambric and w ell made. .
I Gowns 1 j H
Two hundred gowns at 1.00 in twenty different styles. Every good feature good- makers S Jt
' can think of are found in these gowns. There are many kinds of yokes and sleeves' and-trim-
mings, and the garments are all full and long. 1
I Grand Sale of Beautiful Placques. Bought at Greatly Reduced Prices ! H
L- JUST THE THING FOR THAT VACANT PLACE ON THE WALL. AN OPPORTUNI- J H
TY TO MAKE A NICE PRESENT AT SMALL COST. m
I The prices we bought these at enable us to make the following remarkable quotations for 1 H
I such beautiful goods: I
I One gross beautiful colored placques' in neat gilt frames, size S inches in diameter, glass I H
I covered, in a great variety of pretty subjec ts. Worth 25 cents, for only 10 cents. I
? One gross beautiful placques, size 9 inches iu diameter, dainty gilt frame mounted in gilt, in a BH
great variety of Oriental designs, beautiful faces, handsome figures. It would be a beauty at 35 I ' Wi
cents. Sale price 15 cents. MM
jj Six dozen 10-inch placques in two styles of gilt frames and mountings in a great variety of I VM
I beautiful subjects. These have to be seen to be appreciated. See display in our windows. Any I H
j one of them would be a regular 75 cent beauty ordinarily. Sale prices 30 and 35 cents. H
I Six dozen pretty 12-inch placques, beautifully mounted and framed, -handsome faces, full
s' figures and any one easily worth 1.00 each. Sale price 45 cents. ' I
I Three dozen extra handsome placques, size 12 inches. An ornament tto any home. Well
I worth 1.50. Your choice lor 75 cents. -
I Shoe Special--$i.o5 For Three Days. S H
5 Some very stylish shoes for women and misses, to be reduced for three days. They are the I
(j newer styles in Kid, Patent and Enamel L earlier, with the Cuban, military and the common- I 1
If sense heel, all good wearing shoes and splendid values at'2.50 and 3.00, but we price them at I 1
1.95 for three days. I
$ Some very pretty one, two or three-stra p slippers for house or evening-out wear Kid and t H
I Patent Leather, 2.50 and 3.00 regular, for 1.95 THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY H
1 HlBiBH 11
STEEL FOLDING GO-CART. price. 1
Fold so you can take It on the street car, light and Indestructible. If you IvIV
see them you will buy one. J j Trnw o n'. LV
I. X. L. FURNITURE & .CARPET INSTALLMENT HOUSE complete LlUllffCfl MJ Cl I sVll
house furnlshera, -18 E. 2nd SoSt. Terms, ?L00 on 510.00; 510.00 on 5100.00. No J ' vlF" iUSlfl J 1 , H