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VOL.,Y. XO. 156.
WICHITA. KANSAS. WEDNESDAY MORNING, XOYtfBER 17. 1886.
WBLOIiE STO. 782.
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"We have just opened an immense assort
merit of knit goods, including Infants'
Misses' and Ladies' Toboggan Caps, Hoods.
Fascinators Mittens and Leggins. These
goods are from the best maker in the coun
try, and run from the cheap goods up to the
0iritof GhiMreu's Cloaks, sizes
4 to 12 TOUTS Hi 75 c&uts.
0w lot of. Glritilrerrs Oieafcs, size--A
n 12 venr, 1 t ihe-tHiiforui price
One iot of MM' Xewmarkets,sizs
12 o 14 vcars at $8.50.
' Mm rsio gnd blutraud gold prims
at 5 cents pur yard.
()uebt of 'dl-wool Hair Line Strips
blur and red, brown aud red. freen
and red, 40 inches wide at 07 cent?.
One lot Jersey nit. all colors,
vorth.2o ceuU;, aflat 17 ceuts each.
New Plushes and Trimmings very hand-
WE HAVE A
Short wraps are. the fashion and all our New
markets must o-o at a fraction of the cost.
Ouc hundred dozen Gouts liavx,
6iimii55, Alt Wool, I lose, blue mixed,
brown --sifxtVi and scarlet, all at 19
leeuts per pair.
Another lot of Ilenvv" TwiHed Plan-
nd, scarlet, at 29 cents.
Fil'tv prs of BiHfce. stood
worth $i.Q0 par jjuir, at S3.25.
Fifty, dozen Chi Wren's, Mise? and
L uiifS all wool Mitten-, worth 40
cents per pair, all a za cents.
0'o lot of Ladie-: 'Short Wraps.
-izr- 3'2 to 42 bti-t measure, made oi
r od cloth and trimmed all round
with fur. at 5.50.
at ;oc on the dollar
Adjutant General Drum in His
Annual Heport to the
Makes Exhaustive Recommend
ations and Suggestions in
the Matter of
Improving: the Condition and Gen
eral Efficiency of the Military
Beserve of the Country.
The Controller of the Currency Prc
mnlirates an Opinion in .He
sard to Bonds Called In.
1 The President and His Cabinet En
grossed Upon the Subject-Matter
of Ilia Forthcoming
TEE ATIO.VAI. GZTAED.
Washington, Nov. 10. In his annual
report of the operations of his office during
the past year Adjutant General Drum de
voted some space to recommendation -touching
the improvement of militia. The
adjutant ri-neral makes the following rec
emmendatien: btate encampments should at least be of
ten days duration, and should be a sutn
eieiit distance from the homes of memCers
of the command in order to overcome busi
ness and social influences which seriously
atTect efforts at imparting instruction and
helping the men in hand for drills, target
practice, iruard duty, etc. Camps should
tm divested of every appearance of holidav
character; the program of military exer
cises should exclude elementary company
drills and the time of encampment de oted
to instruction and practice in skirmish and
battalion drills and guard dutv. As most
ot the lightm j in the future must he done
tu open order a"thorough acquaintance
with skirmish drill o the highest im
Oilicers should be required to recite up
on the duties of guard- aud sentinels and
instructions in guard duty given o men in
armories. Obsolete arms aud ammunition
m the hands of st:.te troops should be re
placed by improved guns oi the same pat
tern as are in the hands of the regular ar
my and suitable ammunition provided.
Exhibition drills, while interesting, a
showing to v.h-u degree of mechanical pre
eision a body of men can be trained to at
tain in movements and motion.-, are unde
sirable features of military camps. In
ejauy instances development of extreme
smartness in drill involves neglect of some
of ihfmot important and solid parts of a
The great want is a thorough, systemat
ic course of instruction prescribed from
state headquarters aud rigidly insisted
upon, and the establishment in "each state
of an examining board before whom ignor
ant and incompetent officers could be
brought with a view to the elimination
fromthe military service of the state and
every officer elected should before appoint
ed be subject to examination by a board oi
officers, of which, if possible, the regimen
tal and brigade commanders and tlie in
spector general should be member-. The
material composing the militia of
the several states in general is excel
lent and zeal and intelligence the
rule; but the former mut be wisely direct
ed and the latter systematically cultivated.
The ad jutant general says that the reports
of the army's oilicers performing the duties
of professors of tactics and military science
at militar schools show a steadily growing
interest in military instruction, asewdenccd
by the increased percentage of students at
tending drills, etc., and the degree of an
preeiation of the value of the svstem on tut
pari of college authorities the aptitude of
American youths for military exercises N
undoubtedly good. The adjutant geueral
sa3's that in" order to be thoroughly efficient
officers detailed as instructors in military
-deuce should be made members of facul
lie- of the institution with which they
Attention is called to the loss to the gov
ernment arising from the frequency of
applications for discharge from the army,
ami the report suggests that it be in pro
priety to enact Fegislation making dis
charges conditional on reimbursement to
the government of theexpense of recruiting
and traiis)ortation except in cji-cs where
the long and faithful service of -the appli
cant constitutes an element of favorable
Regret is expressed at the reduction in
the appropriations as compared with the
estimjiies for the support oi the military
prison at Ft. Leavenworth, ami it is Maui
that as r resnit scnicely any progress h.iJ
been made in bringing its capacity to the
point required to afford accommod ttion
and profitable employment for all
the aiilkary prisoners -who should
properly Ihj" scut there. The money
value of the worS oerfirmed bv prisout-rs
' in me umaufacturers was 3f39S,b3s). wbicti
j wa within f 50 of one-half of all th ev
I peases olhe prison for the yeir, and the
H'uiuitin L- expressed that the prison will
soon be self supporting. In regard to Um
un-ati-faetory miality of the shoes manu
factured in the pri-on it is said tkat the
trouble arose from defective List otwiet
ami in detail? of construction that have, it ;
is beliewd, been remedied.
Touching the removal of charges of
deertaUou the report states thai at the
clo&e of the war there were 333,
OQQ men agaiist whose name?
the charge of desertioa had bewo
entered prior to the pa-sia-p of th law for
relief. lUO.OUO applicatkas for removal bad
bwrii preseule! for action up to Octber
1st of this year. -,?34 applications had beeo
ri"Cetvi um-er te law. Th.-re still re
nuiius S8.00G bm-b charged with - assertion,
who have not tik-ri appticatioe. but it is
pnsed Hlut nearly aH will do so.
The report ceases with the recommenda
tioo that the tnn;l'yncnt of ?5 additinoai
clerks tie antboriasi aii that a number of
i t-lerfcs be employed outnide tf oS&ce hoars
,lir.1mL;1rtihmr ih eto.d.t
; la a report to
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in a uiswvBe U.U rK" ,
UK opuaH td upsn aa evao-mauon m
j reports taat tne imasent Totaotary schogi
svsiera in tne armv is a Eaiiare, ait irom i
j inherent radk dWec will reni so. J
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Jostroctwo are the mM adveoe o aUesd
.schooL The attend of this eiase of
: men, he saj-?. shoohl be awpafeory. i
AS TO .'JRKY FCKiOCaMs.
A eeacra! order has wees i?3oeo Iron f
the war dcaartfnent to eo into- tilfect Jan. 1
1. next, .providing that when an oiStes is
granted a leave of absence it shall be
cnarged to tlie year .or years m which it
first occurred in order of priority of date,
and balance of accrued leave remain
ing shall stand to his credit for future
leaves, "o credit for leave, however,
shall stand longer than four years. This
order, it is stated, is intended to give army
officers the full benefit of the leave privi
lege, in which they have been restricted
for ten years past.
T7IE PRESIDENT'S ilESSAGE
and the annual reporfs of fhe heads of de
partments were the principal topics under
consideration at today's cabinet meeting.
There was a fnll attendance and the session
was somewhat longer than Usual.
AFTER A CKOOK.
It is probable that the civil service com
missioners will proceed to Philadelphia
iionttay next to begin investigation into
the charges made against Postmaster Parrity
by the Pennsylvania civil service reform as
sociation. Commissioner Edgerton was ad
v erse to ordering tiieanvfciigition and it is
deubtful if he will attend the hearing in
Philadelphia. In audition to the fcnnal
charges preferred by the civil service re
form association several other communica
tions charging political discrimination and
violation of civil service rules have been re
ceived by the commissioners.
the QUEST;oir4of i.tCrirrns'G
the Bartholdi statue vas officially brought
to the attention of the president today for
tlie first time by the secretary of the "treas
ury. The president and secretary exam
ined the laws bearing on the matter, and,
ts a result, the president directed that the
natter ho placed in the hands of the light
honse board with a view of determining the
ability of the statue as a beacon. 3Ir.
Jon""prtoiUent of the American system of
electric lighting; subsequently waited en
tlie secretary of the light house board and
made a proposition to lisrht the statue free.
of charge to the government. He was told
to put his offer in and it would be consid
ered. A member of the board said this
afternoon that the main question to be de
termined was whether the electric
light was an aid or a detrimen
to navigation: there were wany persons
w ho held the latter view and it is a fact, he
said, that the electric light at Hell Gate
was to be discontinued after the first prox
imo because it was regarded as dangerous
already submitted to the appropriation
committee by the treasury department in
clude estimates for public w6rks, rivers
and harbors, for public printing, for the
bureau of engraving and printing, for the
revenue marine ser. ice, for the signal ter-
ice, for the lifj aving service, for eaast
survey and ft,r the public land service.
Those estimates are all in the form of
printed proof slip;-. The regular book of
estimates will be ready for distribution
about the fir-l of December. It is under
stood that I he naval estimates are 10,000,
000 h'Ss in amount than the es.imate for
OF rSTEKKSTTO bondholders.
The first comptroller of the treasury
rendered a decision todav which will be of
interest to holders of government bonda.
There has just been presented for redenip
tion a .30 live per neut. bond, issued un
der the act of .March 3, ISGi, which pro
vides that bonds of that issue shall be
payable forty years after date with an op
tion to the go vernmeiK of redemption at
any time after the oxpiratiou of two years.
The bond in quelon was embraced in a
call made in IbT'J, and has just been pre
sented with all the coupons attached. The
comptroller decides that as the nominal
value of the unmatured detached coupons
is greater than the face value of the bond
itself, the bond cannot be redeemed until
such coupons shall have been presented.
Chicago, Nov. 1(5. The veterinarian
convention this morning listened to a
briefly discussed report of the committee
appointed to investigate the cattle disease
of the city. The report was that the dis
eases now prevalent in distillery stables
and el5ewhere in the city of Chicago and
vicinity is contagious .leuro-pneumonia.
The committee recommended that all dis
eased cattle be slaughtered.
Dr. Hopkins offered the following which
was referred to the- committee on resolu
tions: Whereas, The contusions pleuro-pneu-monia
of cattle exists in certain restricted
localities of the United Suites, and
Whereas, Inoculation is being practiced
in certain states as a preventive measure
and is Iwing advocated for general adop
Whereas, the experience of the other
nations has shown that this contagion is
prevalent in localities where inoculation is
practiced, and that inoculated cattle are
dangerous to other cattle with which they
afterward cohabit, and
Whereas, The veterinary profession of
Europe condemns inoculation excrpt in lo
calities that are thoroughly infected, ami
a here no effort is being made to extermi
nate the pliteno. therefore be it
Resolved, By thi coaventioa of veteri
narians HiKi stale -sauhary board, that con
sidering the limited territory infected in
this country, every eSort should be directed
to the thorough eradication of this disease
from America, and be it further
Resolved that we coasidrr inocchttioa to
Ire an extremely daagrrons and objection
aWe partice in the present condition of af
fair tn this country and one which should
be disto arawi by tie veterinary profession
aud be prohibited by law as !on aa then:
is a possibility of damping oat the disease.
An effort was ni'ide to suppress this re&
olatlon and it will hn with much oppo
sitioo when brought to passage.
Cklaf Justice -HortoB Married.
Tor-ERA. Kov. IS. Chief Justice Hor
ton. of this state, ws nKrried tod in -this
eitv to Mrs ilarv Preseott, the ceremony
beiEg performed br the Rigfet Rev. Th-is.
H. Sail, bishop of the diocese of Kasss,
agisted by the Rev. T. R. Peters. Tbr
wf-ibiin-- was a ouiat. ooe. oolv relations of
the partie atteedittt:. Mis. Presrotl is tfat
idkw of the late Mr. A. Prescou. who a
Ids death throe tear? ago ias a very soc
etsjffol banker "of this eity. She is very
prominent in religious' end charitable rir
ck-s asd is highly esteemed. The parties
left for the cast fataaedkttety after the cer
Hjoav. Sir. Blaise's Itt?jomder.
ATcrT. Me., iSo. !. Mr. iJkane
eular af Ute ii.Teiident enmiante? ted
ArcrTA. 3ie.T Nor. !. Mr. Bkise.to iL0i- n. aii ic tra.-lrr r.w rr
i.nrMftnt enmtmtt- Mu.f
durfaff Umt msart wvs in Miwaeb&Klu
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Died from Hts Injories.
c. , Mo $.- lt c B. 0
tdhn m sfrarlr h lH krafc lin l Ob-
3Iis;cn sveazie 1
dizd at 4:30 a. m
Tne Contract Prepared by the
Chicago Packers for the
Employees to Sign Proves an
to Them and
Tliey- Tow They Will Starve Before
Tliey Will Sign. It A General
Strike Likely to Eusue.
7o Trouble Has Occurred and the
Strikers are Quiet, Though,
The Joint Committee on Base Ball
Rules 3Ieet iu Chicago and
Make Many Changes.
BASE BALL BUDGET.
Representatives of the ZS'atiousl
League Players Hold an Im
Chicago. ZS"qv. 1G. The rules commit
tee of the National leigue and the Ameri
can Ease Ball association resumed session
this morning, but up to noon had taken no
faction on any of the subjects under discus
The base bails rules committee made the
following changes today: The high and
low system of delivery has been abolished;
any ball now being considered fair that
passes the player between the shoulder and
knee and that passes over the plate.
Bunting will in future not be allowed; am
obvious attempt to make a foul hit will be
scored as a strike. Cluljs will n' t toss for
for choice of position in future, the right
invariably resting with the home club
five balls and four strikes will be allowed
instead of six balls and three strikes as be
fore, When ti batsman takes his base on
balls he shall oo credited with a base hit
as barman shall take his btia when struck
by a pitched ball. Any raoV'oa on the part
of the pitcher made to deceive the batter,
shall be considered a balk.
If iu running to a base the runner
touches and detaches a base bag without
being touched by a baseman he will be safe
Captains of clubs only can question ant
decision of the umpire. The old call re
quiring runner to return to lib, Iw-c on
run when foul hit is made is "reciaded and
hereafter a runner am walk to his base
Xo runner can have a sub-titute run for
him in case of an injury, but if hnrtmus
retire from the game." A better is out on
four strikes under the new rule whether
the ball is dropped or passed bv the
The question of having two umpire
aud a referee was brought up, but a' ma
jority of the committee voted again.t the
scheme and it was" dropped, "modifica
tion that the umpire rule both organiza
tions was adopted.
The pitcher's box was shrolencd to five
and a half feet and the pitcher will be re
quired to keep his forward fot firmly on
the ground when about to deliver the ball,
his rear foot must be on the back line of
the bos and he will be allowed to take Init
one step when delivering the tell. Tlie
hall must be held in plain view of the um
pire. The pitcher cannot .is hrretofort
deliver the ball to the tetter after making a
feint to throw to first lRSe, but must r
sume his position in the box. Only two
coachers will be permitted and they shall
have a right to talk to ba-e runners only.
In scoring when the tetter is given Iris
lie on called balls a hit is credited to tin
batter aud an error gtven the pitcher in the
summary only. Ail hatting errors are
charged in summary as are earned two awl
three bise hits, home runs, double plays,
base on tells, hit by pitcher, passed tells,
Time of game, umpire and pitcher will
be given no credit for strike out in place of
total bases record stolen bases will be kept,
and any attempt by a player to steal tese
must be credited whether an error is made
or not, jf the runner is successful in reach
ing the base. The committee also passed
a rule requiring each association to appoint
a joint rule committee at each anneal
meeting for the year. Under club under
the jurisdiction, of the national agreement
mu- abide ov rales mJopietf, which are t
known as " national" rules of base tell
Many of the more important changes
incorporated thus far have been at th-
suggerfioa of an advisory board, composed
ot LySptaias abw), am, uoEmney.
and Swartwood, .who it is ber
lieved are carrying out tb Jpt
majoritT of the player' in b-th of Use grat
organizations. Perfect tamooy seea to
exist between the cottsutiee aad tim
bard and the work hr been greatly aim
plirkd and rentkred far snore effective by
the adnakt-ion of the players as Kpteeenta
tivre to the ouxtta!
A number of base baU magnate and
other prominent in tbe a&ure of the ea
tiooai Krae arrived this Eaoraing ami oth
ers wiU nsrb here tonight sad tomorrow
Btor&i&g. One of the importaos matter
to mtae here the league weefiag!
tocnorrow is the compieuoa of the
league ctrcuit for lUe foftowiag
vear. The pnssdeel ef a kac'i-
dab staled to a oqporter Uiis morning tout
he believed ti question ( the urcitt
wouki be seiikd bdfore tomonvw wsht
Pftubur? will be repTescoted here tomoc i
row. League ofiktrs say nothing when J
qixstioned as to the matter, but ft ta ram
fttvA that Kansas City will be dropowl and ;
Pittaburg will fc admitted to fill the 3
A Connty 5ot on Wheels.
St. Pacl, ror. 18. XoUtmg new b
teen recriwd from ljuvvaA Parife count
ilw tt of toe tnwiMe ti esewmn?. At '
t f?t '-r. i -itta titt-it: ws-i? v
nsov, th" crusty pt tmm 1-sequi io-
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ntoga roe euoro
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tj.i leg ar?
Revolvers ami sua-
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ilTaid Maes N-aa bnr todar. A pir
f 00 "Faith Cert, -u iy Her. W. fl.
1 Whitskt. f th aoo&era Bastfet Tbeulog
i ir! ?4muMkrT mLSVmc W VOtXl. er.
session until Thursday.
Washixgtox, D. C, Xor. 17. 1 x m.
The following are the indications for 3Iis-1
souri: Rain or snow, followed by fair
wcather, decidedly cooler; winds shifting
FGr Kansas and Nebraska: Fair weath
er, preceeded by snow in eastern portion;
decidedly colder in eastern portion; station
ary temperature in western portou; nort h
Chicago, Xqv. 1G. A cold wave is pre
dicted by the signal service here. The
temperature will fall 15 to 20 degrees in
the nest 2 1 or 33 hours.
They Mean Business.
Chicago, Nov. 16. .Messrs. C. T".
Smith, ice-presidcnt, J. T. Goddard.
trailic manager, and other officers of the
Santa Fe railroad are in the city.
The Inter Ocean this morning prints an
interview with Smith in regard to the com
pony proposed extension to Chicago from
Ivansas City. Smith stated otltrially that
there was no bluff about that transaction,
hat the company was tborooghlr in earn
est ami w:is already at work preparing for
the construction of the new Kae, and tht
t was probable that the company's hrsd
quartcrs would ultimately be removed to
Applyiujror Old Tositious.
Chicvgo, Nov. 16. Large crowds as
sembled at sSnl street viudusfc, and Uu
railmad tracks on Rot strewt and ftr tht
snck yank, this morning t apply tor oUi
positions. There whs ho di-onier of am
kind. About twice a many men its won
engaged yesterday Wvre selected from lb.
crowd this morning, and ordered to repor.
to the various packing houses for dut
The militia have all lK.-en withdrawn frM
.)utp.)sts, and are now in the terra ks
General Fitzsinimous has recommrmle .
that tlie soldiers he withdrawn tomorrow
is, in his opinion, the civil authorities art.
all that will be needed.
Butchers formerly employed by NcKm
Morris notitietl him this morning that tlu
were not quite ready to go to work. Tlu
said thil they did not like the plan prr
posed and under which they are requested
to work, which is to pay them so miuh
per hour. Some of Swift's men also re
fused to go back and retired for consulta
tion. The contract which stock yards packer,
are requiring for ex strikers to sign is lead
mi: to fresh complications and posibly an
other geueral strike. ..Many of the "men
who are not yet employ 1 say that the
will never sign su h agreement. The nvr
radical of the stnk-rs are in favor of re
suming the rlht, claiming that Powderly
ordered the men back on the suppotdtio.t
that no nev conditions would ! napoi
Lenders are advMiig them to refuse t ii
the contract. Ds&trirt 57 will order u g-u
era, strike and appeal Uj the varbn-i dta
tricts throughout ilw country fir akl
The cattle btitchers" assembly hyi r
meeting tonight at which the nmiu topU
was the contract offered by the puckers A
resolution was unaniutomtly mhtpted lt
ttouueing the action of me packers. an.
pledging the members of the anstimbiy uo
to aiiru the obnoxious contract.
Official Votof iliasonrf.
St. Locis, Nov. 16 The official rote
on tlie head of the state ticket xs reported
by tlie secretary of state is .as follows
Bruce. Democrat, for uipnruK. fudge. 2-Uf.-oll,
Cravens, Repubhcnn, lTi;.'!CU; Jooe-.
Greenback ;md Labor, 11,4); Urr, Pn.
uibition, y,o(H. saittring. 276, total, 113 -015
Democratic pluraiiiy, 5U.U55. UMJur
ity over all. 34.4. Tbe vote? on oth r
ofneers is veiy similar, ami above the na
jority ami pluralities in comrresoujiail ili
tricts as follows. I,Tirt disirict Hatch,
Democrat, majority 2.f3ii. Scomd di
tnct jian-ur, Demot-rat, plarata
130. Third riistnet Dockery, Oeutoerai
plurality, 4.3T2. Kcwirth ditrirt. Bunts
item, plurality, 20.07. Fifth dlstri. t
Warner rep, "plurality 785. Sixth dis
trict, Heani, b-ui, majority 2.K7C be
e th district. iiuttn. tiem. njnty 2,74
Eightli distrM, O'Neill, dc, piuralit
1.86-1. Ninth distil t. GkUT. hm, jdur
ality 100. Tenth district, Clardy, uV,
plurality 1.0-M. Eleventh dirfrivt, Bktul.
dem, ina jority 2.590. Twelfth dtni.
Stone, deui. plummy 3.065 Thirtiti
list net, "aie. rep, plurality 19.500
Fourteenth district. Walker, aetn, mys
ay 7.SG6. Democratic taajornr
hislature on joint teltott will ba
teal of 50 tit prvioualy reporttl.
Bible ruphutic ("oiii-reas,
Chicaso, Nov. 16. Parwetl hall wa
well rilkd this moroiog when tb bibl
proptMfttc coogrew wm caifesd to order U .
Kev. Go. P. Nedbata. The first ktw
a devoted to devotxnal exerdMn, af:c
which Rev. Dr. Gjiwia rwui a paar?
tb rrsonal, literal add viable cvutkng o
iu toe afternoon Mr. Robert fXxtglas. of
ibwcity, prewted. ao-1 R". Prat, Z T.
Streeter. of Warpenloft, f. deBverwl m
addrew oo "C3irt' timing pre-euUesiftt
whieh w followed br tfs ktor Iron
Rc. J. H. Knot, D D , '4 St Umskf, on
"The Ijaaprntioo of ScrlURf Tki
erenic an address of wekuste m fives
the eofcferenc by Her. O- .. LmAmtv. f
D., aed was 0Bowe4 hr aa addn from
Bt, A. Q- FWiua. D" D.. f Phdrf
paia. oa "WorM wfcle Erma&fkm."
CfJETBi3i. (h, 7ir. !. The Ke
nard houw fa tuVd 'h 'rt:r? b "e lv
er, breeder afti tr-k t-rr mnl vpi&m
i.;r-. who arc hm d-rgtesi tn the wl
j,urrd mftng f tbe ii'nU -jeiw tA
ta Naftioftai Trrjaiair mmorutSi"U, mhir.i
osou at 2 o't-io k tS ftTjo Tbe rr
port of tbe Va.l :ueiictln -tsmH
appointed at it J-.J aartin at Cbkaso
PeO- 15. rnll r-HtmiArrd U aewp
anr will be x virtual vteof ' zwtey" aft
will h-raio: S js-urj Vad offi" al dc i
taU'sfi. i's n jv :.a ul roeai tbt b-
be re-cl'-ctttl. TV aumt sers-wi tLia lilu
Jylogrww ot el the -srr nc
KnoalJoa Sevtiml t4 lb" anti Vaii fac
ruin mamrr it -In aiui hell a MVt 'f
meetaz at tdrtrf and toii a h f int
rtgbt TK-aij-r wb wtJ i'Mr froei
tfei-NaiHJS'U aso lait"!) lJ.5l hJ W
; wortea today.
Nr.w V.w, y-r , Jaf-.-' ?arp -f;asi.essi-ti
b rrSya-t- apf-ari ? -a-f-.
jte.jf.a ?h ta rami:. b r'Pp"t' J
by AUrt M tot K- Ji-Ai'- r 'vr-
I ani John 5iraa "wer pfwf, .wpntemt,
' lag Ko-Jbay Ttey apfwa to rgo a
av4i"o teU Bmo-hStt .sjth a fr
an o-skr opmtnf hn oujs "i the ffnwd
!t 13 !' iBno-rr !i rTK&l the
iwiaeo: of uaraal iher for tor.
Cmo for :fcarf theu B
wcr Swyt urn, to h;
dav smd the heatrsau wa aofMc! W
Soitsrday, Dbtraa Attersej 3IniB say
tag h woedd opfOrf tbe asoaoa.
ITear White Bver, Ontario,
Hichard O'Brien, a Hand
Betrays His Friend's Confidence
and Hospitality. Seduces
Murders the Injured Husband, and,
In Order to Covt His Crime,
Assassinates Four Other
Persons, Deliberately Stabs His Par
amour to Death. Fires the
Ilonso and 'ee,
Pursued. Cnniurml and Lynclied by
32nraseJ 'oihborsof the Vic
tims A Chicairo Fiend.
Resort to Murder to Corer Heinous
"White KrvBi:, Ont.. Nov. 16 For
some wwsks a lare number of euiplo.ci
have Iscan enspievd here 111 pruponn rail
road track for the winter. A moot; tli!
force was one H'charil O Hrien. n bomUome
young fellow atut thirty years, vi -,.
lie met Charles Wllbm.s" a cMtotry -t.rc
keeper, ami they lvctt.iie inltm!s irxn l
Living in the sHme family with Mi and
Mrs Charles Willkim were the fatb r and
mother f the hubaud. a well mh tbnv
small children of tbe wife. Pur the list
six week? Williams ha siw&ectwl hfc w
of inrldeltt an! laki a trap ti cairn h r
rikinir the trniu Smahiy for Coaphau,
OnU, he left word that he wuuhl be ds .t
over uhHit, bttt intend of ipun; t
h'S destination be took the return
train from a wy tniion ami n nrritsl n
the same night." Going to hfa houe In'
...mid tits uitc in touijauiy wnh U I'.rn u
He struck at the 1 itter with a Im-hv si
O'liiiiu quikl. rw oereii hinweif. d e i
revolver and sht Vt'illfatok t,it i ik-ntt-e
siinictuti other ofteupmttu .f ,!.
nisi., ami tn shield bi enme. O Urn 11
sh the father as he wac eutenug V 0 m
partially draped. Having no mr v.
r.dj.e viw thenhl bidy jmt is an t; arm - '
iirai sereumiil. the murl n r m i.-,- 1 n : 1 v
.-liair and 4rurk a er .e! M , sl.i-h
kaoek d iwr scle In frr lnun. T
coticiutL' the wrk, h- lxnt h r .a'ii ! r
he-v! n a redo l '- P"il, witu t Li.
ck of si,,v Hht.
Two ol 1 In- riiiliiren wen' th-
f wkh the t!i4ii-1 1 b A lit. i
vQiHijiwa. nh Is iiaths . H. v
ei be cHiki U .tr n evititt i
.nurvk-rtr 1 :k- r.l-!i Utn
jaiacio'ir fm- ..n abuu 1
be heart and b ft !ier f r '.y.
th tou an 1 i fr uurrii- by V
he tin me die n 't.liirs cim-
and wietk5l in r-ieoving tb-
!' i'r 1,
, IWtl" t i'
n. r l 1
lf . . 1
.if uuinter' d -.tivi dr& W.iiiim- !!.
tifaiit fmm ilu- 4rnit:;f ' u'.dih.; Mr
vVillianw liel hmj oeu.i t mv- .1
stnfoiiieat of tn' n.T or to to aj4rit.-
and then exptrd
tltlfcl-rs nf tli. I iw wrr -j . kr j -1 '
u.c sx-.!i 11. 1 h- w arma't! .. .t
weutv ate mik-t fr-) t&e , ' "
rspjJy. Hetlenfed ih erbaeatttl 1 u . !
t be'aitle to pr.re aa aibt. Tlu r- .
tiowever, away cifeuaMtaacea ar!i ' t -
4nd it K nre than prifhahle that K
Confronting 'Ihtftr .tfignaHtn.
Cuicauo. Muv. 16 AUm J. li .
itareii Hh a-isauh with btteot, t 1
a arraigal for trtr brfre Jwht- '
.uh tbi iwrniot. The bearing ws
Miaed rill tbi nilem n. tu tae - -.f
Oekfcer 36th, P. Mr fV- :. !
d- W)tl: r. who wrr- tu.'i d ! '
oil IH'.T i.il nzmtj. ha uu fi ' " I v
iiwrb ifuittUK t'n jJj j
s". flfi Mnr- sin-e ai-d t t '
-i, Ikhih ward Ai ih -''l, f i
the djr Ibirrt. wh had l-i vti '
ubatt. advtic-i. pouted a itt a-..
d libjmly Ami .st iir. ;... S . .-.
DtitDhTHnr tht hr wn .t 5-i.r '
ns I h-r fac riifcl ! w..S . Tl
look effect in h' r rbjbt ear jm.i'. n .
through her heit- i.
3lr Gie rvelwl anl pit '' . f--r r
a .! fell M Wlt-r hi. t r 1 ,
.os.l hr atricfceil ofani". . . lak I ,
an iruraat Hurrfs JVrefi nx n ' he
inetuit br U lei r k tv ' r j -' l
front of Uw mebt or. nn i. '?.
is it it liiv;-t 01 the lm ' w '
Wt-rMHit a rl flu4 dropfrf-d t
i.rrt at io-- st.irtefl at r le
t'tiei! ly a inraian i h:"'r
ih mi' my tiz n titfj fakn -i; . '
1 nd llufri w rarTotl. -a tfr
ue 'f r tb- p-i'r . ;.- 4 arrtw i
Ft- tw Ist-ii i.uro imt&fl&U
laih wouid-.i r. racrfctft htfea
-.-r !trrtj.' t. r ai htfer Waa
lb.- cidy hpitt Itt tlhf w i-r -erlt
wbea their mtad wtv i
ofwoverf. they wen leaawwt to tl
f Mm Waltef at MHPm, VBtwtm
twr farr iaoe nwnaiafit nmOt bm 1
Chicago a fear day ago to ppr .
The diffk-altT hptweea IktnU u
waaMoa bpa k 8. Paul.
ere ail tha taei j4 h tia aaa
CwaftraaitH r-1-. .-rdl wlrll -ocrfrtnlfs!vK:
i tfwt hcta i-
aaaf aad tbr t" .ie
Th si'-r. vriif.i Cm
f-r i ta mttfts-i-if!' t tl i s
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Kttt in tb- r ?. f"-e4 r i i
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l , Aftvr lb- r IjjoI i -H
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tlw " trt rtt tf 'a- . Hwtf .''
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t iKoer be rnihvi I
i A Jtai?l a Mai.
of tHe Xa,'t:i" has grxt
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