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JSlt Iniiivovablo and Nevcr llrsponils
to Pitiful Appeal of Her
HliHbaiul
UGIRL HOItSRWIIIPS A JUSTICK
Toledo O Sept 1 Mrs Anna
uxeo the living slatuo was re
moved today to tho State hospital
for tho Insane Like as much dead
weight her form was lifted by two
deputy sheriffs And carried to a bug
gy waiting outside She was placed
upright against tho seat und did not
raovo a muscle during the entire
tideWhen
When they reached the Jiospllol
the woman was carried Into tho re
ceiving room and a number of
physicians called for consultation In
Yn effort to ascertain the peculiar
form of Insanity with which sho li I
jtuffcrjngJJip 3Is 3 a pathetic ono She Is
20 yenrj old and until several
months gp was n native of Hungary
wlrtsro Bhu was married Her hus
lftnd 2 nOl < Jelng satisfied with condi
lIons In hit native country camo
hero to seek his fortune and later
sent for his wife Sho arrived but It
was soon discovered sho was Insane
The long Journey across tho tea long
Jng for her husband and a desire for
ttho famljjar scenes of her home had
unbalanced her mind
I ij Far several weeks she Has been
growing worse and nor Is suffering
from ft raro kind of dementia which
fender lier Incapable of movlngeat
Inc speaking or doing anything un
less forced
Whon tho husband railed today at
tho cotynty t jail to bid his wlfo goofi
by tho scene moved the Jailors to
tears Despite tho pitiful pleading of
Jjr husband ani his protestations ot
jlov3 fho woman stood an Immovable
statue and refused to talk
HnllllhIIIIHtl JU tI
Washington Sept I With tho I
tpwn constable looking on and sur
aurIrounded
friends who urged her on Lucy
Grove a pretty young woman of VI
enna Va this morning horsewhip
ped Auguit Hennln a Juntlco of tho
Jltacu of that place Tho girl was
itoon overpowered by Iienntng and
fe before Uio onlookers could Interfere
a tT1he Hnnl scufflo the girl was
hrown to the ground Her left arm
was dislocated The attack was tho
esult of a decision rendered by tho
quire against tho young woman last
week
NOT NATUUAfi SAS
Hut Hfiianilli CaiiMil till 1IIIII lon
I nnil Pollm nru IxiokliiK
Kansa City Mo Sept 3 At Ar
nioiirdalo Kas today a storo occu
pied by Arnold Llobcrman and tuo
dwellings were destroyed as a result
tif an explosion at first supposed lo
havo boon due to leaking natural
gns Two persons wcro Injured It
slnco developed that the building
i was not piped for gas and the explo
sion probably was tho remit of n
dynamite explosion The police are
looking J for Llebcrmon who has dls
Appeared
RAIN MAItllKI 1AltADKm
Heavy Storm llioke OVIT 1lwt nt t
j HayI I
Oyster Hay Sept IIuch to tile
disappointment ot thousands ot spec
tators and participant In the groat
t naval spectacle a downpour of rain
camo this < morning at 3 oclock A
jitorm broke ovpr the licet accompaii
td by a groat display of lightning and
icnvy thunder nnd a heavy wind but
np damago was reported Tho rain
jAased at C oclock Thero was on
SKcaafonal drlzzlo until tho hour set
lor tho review
LAW HAXNEHMAN DEAD
Ito of Hrltlsh PrtiiiliT Mtots Eml 1
jIto j In Holirinla
< Marlcnbad Dohomla Sept 1
I 1 tfl4 CawpbellDannorman wife of
h wJc remler Sir Honry Camp
bell Jfl nncrnllln died today Sho had
been in juvdlld for years Lady
CampbllDaS grman was Miss Char
lotte Uuco daughter of tho late
1 Qen Sip Charles Bruce She was mar
rlei toijJIr Hcinry rCArriphellIanner
inait In ltjQ
HHILR jI utnn
ftl3000 In Ono itinv llIl rcl fqr
v f Personal IKVW
1
rI lad J la Sepl 1 R oolver
iBarlehoftne lUeal Estate Trust tom
pany Is at work learning the l exact
amount ol the late President Hlpplos
ombezzleinent The receiver has
found tho Item that proves Hippie
ttolo C5000 from tho bank JllppleI I
tim was extnfcled and pledged for a
arsenal loan of IBO < QO t
r
CHICKEN THIEF IS I
SHOT IH THE BACK
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Has Senoil Right Ycnrx fur Stealing
All Ilio CoiietM In Krmrih Btmt
IIOIMC
LANDS IX T1H5 COUNTY JAIL
AUI I
John L Johnson colored excon i
vlct and whfolesalo chicken thief is ni i
tbo City lockup with his back peppered I
with bird shot Ho li charged with
chicken stealing and frjnn Indications
Mr Johnson will probably dupli i
cate his frm r Btunt of a term In the I
state penitentiary Ctjlckon stealing i
being now a felony
Early tfols morning Johnson drove I
out near l Eighth and Ohio streets In
quest of chickens He was well pro I
pared for handling the booty t having
secured a onohorio wagon Heal
detiU were owakoned by till molso of
the chickens and found Johnson try
Ing to load a coop into his wagon
A shotgun was brought Into play
and Johnson after receiving the con
tonts of ono barrel started to run The
next barrel was discharged tout h6
Bteppod It and escaped
His horse and wagon < was left and
Patrolmen Seott Ferguson and Thad
Terrell woro sent out4to watch for hi
return Ho camo for his vehJcto arid
the police grabbed him and put Uia
handcufU about his wrIsts j
WcM I guess Iso In fo1 hili
again Johnson remarked as ho was
taken to tho hall I
Johnson U a tall yellow negro
and when seen In tho lockup this
morning refused to make any state
mont Patrolman Ucott Ferguson nnd
Detective T J Mooro this mornmg
sweated him and ho confessed to
having tried to steal tho chickens this
morning He had 2G In the wagon
when detected and shot
Mr Vlrge Berry the wellknown
Illinois Central woodworker did the
hooting and 12 shots took effect In
Johnsons back Berry resides on
Seventh street between Husbands
and Bocknmn streets He heard tho
noise and securing his gun shot
Johnson hits a criminal record
eight years In tho penltemtlair He
went up from Paducah Ho broke Into
too IAOCh residence on North Fourth
streot now occupied by Mayor Yelser
and took nway n wagon load of car
pets and household goods I
PltmxuI I
WAIVES IHfill POST IOII KHIEND
i
HII Itrll Sttiii Aside to IVnnlt Omi
rnilo lo Ikwino Major 0111111
Washington Sept 4urlgadler
General J Frarrklln BeU chief of tho I
general staff of the army has waived
his right 4o promotion to be a major
general In order that his friend Brig
adler General Jesse > XU Ix may have
tho honor and Increased pay Tbo va
cancy wilt occur Sept 15 and General
IAtJ Will retire January 7 Not quite
the samo sentiment Is entertained hI I
tho rate of Captain John Pershlng
who Is said to be slated for promotion
to tho rank of brigadier general His
promotion means tho jumping of 257
captains 384 major 131 nontenant
corners and V10 cotonels u total Of
8fi2 otllcors who today rank hfth
WINS KITCHEXEHS HEAHTr
1
Mrs Kaiiuiil Sloan ClimilUfy EugngiM 1
to Wnr Ixml
Now York Sopt 4 Mrs Stmuei
CJoun Chauncey the famous New
York beauty and formerly Miss Alice
Carr of Louisville Is mid to bo en
gaged to Gen Ixird Kitchener of Eng
land nnd If I Is reported tho ovent will
coon bo announced The news comes
from London that an American has
captured tho greatest matrimonial
prlzo In England and It Is not surpris
ing that Mrs Ohauncey IB tho one as
she has for some time been considered
tho most beautiful and ono of the
most brilliant Americans oa tho other
side having had great social success
HOY HAVES MANY FIIOM DEATH
Quick Action Prevents TlUMuxvny
Snow Ilow Hilling Train
Boulder Colo Sept 4 Tho
presence of mluJ of Orlo Moxlcy IS
yearn ot agc saved tho lives of
scores jK passengers on a train on
the Colorado and Northwestern road
today A huge snow plow at the head
of tho canon was released and was
speeding directly for tho train Mox
Icy saw It comtnga block away ana
mado a desperate rush torn nearby
switch He just barely rned It when
tho snow plow camo along at terrific
speed and crashed Into lumber
yards adjacent
Strike Hrenkers Expected
San Francisco Sept ITho
arrival of Farleys strike breakers
tonight Is expected to agitato the
present comparatively calm attitude
of both factions In tho street railway
strike All efforts to bring about ar
bitration me with failure
rt t 1I arhb
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I BLAMES CASHIER
< 11 THE DEFICIT
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n
Cniight in Morocco Where Ilo Soiitfit
IVntcvtlon Kniin Extradition
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WOMAN SCOnNKb UimtAYS IIIJI
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Tonglor Sept 4IoUI Stensland
tho prisoner here declares ho takes
much blame fof looting the Milwaukee
Avonuo bank of Chicago upon hlni
sof but Henry W Herring cashier
U tho real culprit Ho received the
larger I share of the money stolen from
depositor He tiald his jxreparntlon
for night wore hurried Ha took vonjy
1400 cash whllo he could haye
taken a million Tho stolen mon y
was spent in real estate speculation
Chicago Sept 4 A cablegram tc
the Tribune announces that Paul 0
Stensland president of tho Milwaukoj
Avenue State bank was captured in
Tangier Morocco
Stensland was arrested at 8 oclock
In the morning by a Trlbuno repre
sentative and Assistant State AUor
ncy Hary Olsen tit Chicago In the
I English postofflco
Stensland a1 betrayedbjraVomap
i pho felt lIhoblld not boon ipafcd
i fight by him and she went to tho
Trlbuno shortly after Ston lands
flighj with Information of the dlrec
tlonho had taken During tho Inter
val between Ills flight and arrwt
Stensland had been going under the
name of P Olsen Norway
It was ascertained that he had de
posited 12000 In tho bank of Tan
gier A reward of 5000 bas been
offered for his arrest
Former Cashier Herlng learned
carty today of tho arrest of Stenslaud
and waa surprised that Stensland had
been taken allvo bolevlng he would
commit suicide before permitting
capture Herlng ad ho did not know
tho woman who is said to have given
tho information
A long lino of depositors wero In
front of the Milwaukee Avonuo bank
when the arrest of Stensland was
learned l and greeted tUb cheers
growns nnd thre1IS rat9r rif Jlvys
reCllvcll at thFtal atot Yce
that Stenlllrid w01I1 n refr1 iUk
out extradllfc
A8hlnn St1tt Alt
late today rocclvfdj teltgtali f
tho alatedjlrrfuent J
tL
gram had tn unt to Weeoo
nuthorlles I1jh tbf Itl r
surrondw SienalaBdi iiresWeii < fe
failed MIlwauk Ave 1 j taJo bank
of Chicago who AvgsarKjtod nt fan
TryTho
The < ssary stops Were taken to
secure requisition papers A petition
loOovcrnor Donecn and ono to Pros <
dent Hooseveit wore Included among
ih paixjrs forwarded to the secretary
ofStatu at Springfield Tho charge
against StcnsCand Is forgery
I1UYAN IV NKW KXOIANI
Ijirjte M mN Honr Him nt Kvrry I
1 1olnt
New I la von Conn Sept Irh
rlslt of WmJIrlIn to Connecticut
today t must have strongly reminded
hIm or tho strenuous dors during his
prMJdbntlal cainpalgpsxfor ho d lIv
ered four addresses each of consider
able length nttendqd iwo rec ptlqn e
and was thpocntci oj har dl 1 lug
Lees whenever bis atfttiircra pquld
roach him Everywhere he II8h arti
ly receive altjioush thero wjurnn < b
sence of sr fet demonstrations J bijUi
here and In Bridgeport HUXudjiFei
however at times wore wljdiy J
thuslnstlc especially atfho upon lUhc
eon hero 1 t sfc
c w1
fJOIm
OIHI lUOPKS WITH JAIXXEfD
if
ItmiM Awnjr to Ilo YeiMod Wlieii
Alnlrli IH Oiiiscl 1 by 1arcntH
llockford III Sept 1 Hanlaro
Canda a native of Japan was mar
ried hero today to Miss Luella Emon
of Madison WIs Miss Emon Is an
American girl and became Infatuated
with her Oriental lovor whllo ho was
a student at tho University of Wis
consin The parents of the brIde op
posed the marriage so the couplo
stole away to llockford to be mar
ried Tho groom Is engaged In busi
ness In Milwaukee Ho will return to
his native land with his bride hi the
near future
futurerious
rious DKCKPTIOV
May Save Ilio Life of the Mother
WJiOjso Daughter Is Dead
penver Colo Sept 4 By pre
tending to be a daughter of Mrs
George W Hutchlns of Lima 0
Miss Amelia Antwerp a professional
nurse may save the Ufa of Mrs
llutchlus a wlddw ot an oil opera
torf Mrs Hutch ins III I blind She la
worrying herself to death over the
11
abseuco of her daughter who Jlod at
Fotorla a year ago Tho mother wall
never told of her childs demJaej i
LABOR DAY PLAN
PROVES SUCCESS
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Thousands of Stronger In the City
Attended the Cckliratloii nt
1ntk
MADE MORE THAV EXPECTED
H
Labor Day has come and gone
and this morning tho hundreds of
tradesmen who were enjoying a day
of celebration yesterday arc back a
their places With pleasant memories
of yesterday Tho day was slightly
marred In the afternoon and evening
by rain but thousands flocked to the
park permitting nothing to interfere
with their pleasure
Tho most Important event pf the
day was the election Qta Goddess of
Labor Hundreds sold tickets for
days before the day of tho election
arrived and there was a great dear
of rivalry ambng the workers Miss
Geraldlnd Glpaoii won tho honor ref
celvlng a total of 778 vptes She wj
tho carpenters candidate Mlts Edj M
Bukey candidate of tho mochlnls i
received 33C Miss MalCe Loyfi
Prince 302 The latter was the ralft
road carmens candidate
Miss Glpson directly after tho
polling of tho vote was given n nn
gold watch The presentation pee < 1i
was made at the dancing pavilion In
tho presence of hundreds by Chair
man Carroll Miss OI son resident
1743 Harrison street and Is ono of
the most popular young women in
the city
Cap Ed Pearson drew the brass
bcditead drawjnr No 711
TivUest Dancers
At tho dan l1 given uDder tho ails
pices of tho Central Labor Union last
evening at the Wallace park pavilIon
the best waltzcrs were Miss Hallle
Lofton and Mr William Herbst of
the Plumbers union Tho young lad
was awarded a pair of shoes
Most Snccpssful
Tho Central Labor Union Is abit
300 ahead tho result of Labor bay
While the figure cannot be definitely
determined this Is tho estimate of
those In a position to know
The Bale of Goddess of ijaudr tickets
1
netted a great deal and gajo IUIfe1911
and other sources of revenue swelled
the total amount vV
I would estimate tho net pro
r cWt of our Labor Day celebration
ot 300 Mr George Walters said
Ve had n greatdefll of expense bin
njanaged the affair carefujly n tlus
afternoon judgo we had 5MO oriu
lit nlsht tull 8OOo jio JIZ 1j
rates to the city drpw aboul s jHJJ
visitors It was ono ot the most suc
cessful celebrations wo ere had
Members of the committee of the
Central Labor union whlcli ad
charge of the celebration yesterday
afo receiving the compllmunts of
friends find the thanks of the union
for tile manner In which they car
rlod out all tho plans Financially
and every other way the event ex
ceeded all former efforts
HATH IjAW TO 11AISI JHAltOK
Itnllmnils nt IliilTiJo AKIVC In lnrvnsr
Irlnl bt Sltltcltnl
nnffalb Sept r jd frdgttt
1 l clJjf cb r lllf ounJl D
fllio Il fp flrrtne om J Dio tQ
art i J iJJill1g busln a
r aH nJIII8ija t a new dernl
r L JoWT rlt Central and
J greater part or
lOi1jWlI frchanKO BwIWh
1tgcnt he advance Then
NI d lchlglJ lJe
dld i nui
tl J qili atrcclt mo th ll
lslThetl
IJ havlns wtriigilla 1IDla t k
I lIchllron rItraJiW ash tand
nk and Pcre Marqttette IJ1cknte
now paying 3 GfA af lTlldr tht
now rate tBey will bchargodUf a
rllr f
IJoi I In T mil SS
v JiJ s JJ
KirortT I to lull tlm Tnuis llOrt > Kriini
ithl ItIllkR AI bnIIlI01jl1
bo
Honolulu Sept 4vtKnot oJP
pull the transport I3tffrldanbjr the <
rockshave Mon abaiido8cil < ad It II I
nO bell ed Uie I rtwHlfb6
total losfcVTho pJr rtqMajI1f1J11
Sheridan spent the nlfcht t in OarKitesS
tho lighting rnachlneryybelnj dlsa
bled It Is rep irtl thaf thorjKls nov
water In the vessVlnhQye hV fire
rooms The transpSfabpearii to b >
pierced amidships by tile rl < kop
which she hBngs InlerrI1Indat am
era aro now removing the cargo fYoi
tho Sheridans cold storaue and < Valu
ablcs U Is planned to anchor the
Sheridan and cablo for further as
slstancc J
S w HAOEU IIKKK I I
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Coiifwwl With HLs Irlends iBundn
Night
r it
3 W Haser eandUate for the
Domooratlc oomlnatlon for governor
waa In Paducab yosterday contort m
wlh hIs fronds Ho Jet this a > ora
Ing
Is Disease a Crime
Not very long ago a popular magarlno
published an editorial article Jn which
the writer averted In sulintaiice that all
dlscaao should be regarded as criminal
Certain 1t Is that much M tlio slckneii
and suffering ot mankind Is due to the
violation of certain of Natures laws
But to say that all sickness should U
I regarded us criminal mutt appeal to
Very reasonable Individual as radically
wrong It would be himh unsyrtpnthottc
cruel yes criminal to condemn the poor
weak oy rworka houi wlrd who slnka
under the heavy load of household cures
and burdens and Hitters from weak
nesies various displacements of pelvic
organs and other derangements peculiar
to her tez
Frequent bearing of children with Iti ex
acting demands upon the intern coupled
with the care worry and lbor of reirtnr a
JUg fsmllr Is often the csuto of vreak
nenoH derangement and debility which are
wtraTattd by tho many huuiohold cares
and the bard and neverending work which
thlt mother Is called upon to iwrform Dr
Pierce the maker of that norldfamed rem
edy for woman peculiar wcaknosioj and
Ills Ir 1lerces Favorite Prescription say
that one of the ercatest obttacle to the cure
of thli clauof maladle Uihe fact that the
poor orerworked houncwlfo can not got the
needed ret from her many household I rarea
and labor to enable her to tecuro from the
ue of Jill Prescription lis full bcneliu h
II a matter of frequent experience he say
In hU extenilre practice In thcSo call to
meet with thwe In which hi treatment fall
by reason ot the patient Inability to abttaln
abslalnfrom
from hard work lone enoucu to be cured
With I tho e iufferlne from pmlapiu ante
nofmofrr
rereloii and retrorenloo of tho rt or
other dliplacement pf tho womanly orean
It 1 very nocossarr that lo addition to tak
Ing 1 hlKaTorlto Prescription I I they abstain
from twins rery mucli or for long period on
their feet All heavy llftlnr or utralnlnr of
any kind abould also be avoided I A much
ql door air II possible with moderate liirlit
se la 1 alw > very Important Lot the
t obnerve the o mint and theFavor
tMrlutlon will do the rest
plcrcos Medical Adviser Is stntfrte
elpt of stamps to psv expon < o ot
rCIiIIi Sond to Dr n v Pierce
Piercen
n 0 Ii y 21 onocent stamps for p4
p ven d or 31ltamps for elothOOuhl1
K 1 fslck consult the Doctor free of charK
j by letter All such communications aa
held sacredly conlldentlal jf
IDr I I Pierces Pleasant Pellets Invigorate I
and regulate stomach
liver and bowel
IIOMKSKUKKltS KVCOHSIONS
Vlu XortliWistcrn Ilno
2500 round trip Uio first and
third Tuesday of each month frjdty
Chicago to points In Nebraska tho
Plack Hills Wyoming amlCoIoradb >
lot rates to WltconslnJ jSprthiBrr
MlciiJgan Minnesota IpWii North
and South Dakota every It4dIlY ap
proximately one fare roujijl Irlp
These are strictly firstclass tickets
with liberal return limits good on
fast through trains For full Infor
mation apply to your nearest ticket
agent or address
N M 1JHEEZE OenTiAgt 430 Wai
nut Sli Cincinnati p
Xcw CntIjlno to Soutlicrn California
Pullman tourist sleeping cars
through to Los AngeJca without
change < ally from Chicago begin
ning September 15 via he Chicago
Union Pacific and Kortliweatern lInt
jmlrtlie newly op rieUSalt Lake
routevpreat reduction in time schcdiA
nles tla Hits rdide Colonist pne way
llrH rVon sale Oally frojn Chicago
begrntiln September IE only 31to
ja Angeled Correspondingly IpWl
rat fromiother points Double berth
In tourillt sleeping cara 1 For tick
eta sleeping car reservation and
full particulars APply p your nearest
leares1Ucltet
ticket agent or write loS A Hutch
isonMgr 212 Clark si Chicago
Olio Xljlit to Denver
From Chicago and the Centra
dates and two nights front the At
lantic Seaboard on the Colorado
special Two fast trains dally via the
Chicago Union Pacific and North
western Line over the only double
track railway between Chicago nnfl
the Missouri river Summer tourist
I tickets to Denver Colorado Springs
and Pueblo and return dally begin
Ding June 1 30 from Chicago Cor
responding rates from other points
All agents sell tickets via this line
Send for maps booklets bjUeli lists
etc Address v
JNM Breeze XJenVAjit t 43C Wa
ru t St Cincinnati O
> V f CIIESCKNT HOlEIj
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v Kurika Springs Ark
< fOPKX IOK THIS SEASON
> 1Vlirunryjr 1100
Many repairs and Improvements
havo been wadeiheiserYlce will be
better than ever und Ihenehargs mod
4
TaW
Jero Spring Is a thoroughly de
lightfull season with clear blue skies
and tho crisp air of the1 mountains
tempered by warm sunshl e If you
wfsh to 4yold the snow atia slush at
horacrthls Spring go id Eureka
3pritfir tr JpokltV I describing the
Inp rf ftnd the fcsjrt sent tree on re
tiiSsl5i5 fA HILTON
G JI pass tKJrlsco System
if f St Louis Mo
Jot of people Imaglno that they
are not talked about simply becausr
they dont hear It
Lako Superior nnd GeorRlun Unf
Fourteen hundred iniles of Btcara
er lino practlcjijiy j frcUmnavlBatlng f
these wond rfulfc < dlRJpf water and
special clrqnltTtoui4ycket via the
Chicago and jjbrt tle ton railway
are on sale riTjIowV prices Through
Vullman hleerilng ear lines from
Chicago to vaTlbus Lake Superior
ports without lange For copy of
Lake Superior folder and full In
I formation address
I Si nnEEZE Qeneral Agent J36
Walnu St iladnnatl 0
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WO lAX MEETS STUAXq S DEATH
Dlrs ON ItvsnU of liullct AVrural In
iilctitl In Mysterious Mnn r i I
f A
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Davis died today from the ef B A
wOltnd recelved last eV jlJlnso th H
Ing to a neighbors hOuse t f the
known how or Why rte wi pIIIOI ot
x > held fnCI
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Industries Wiintod
The Chicago and Northwestern
railway Is receiving Information
from desirable points on Its lines that
Industries of various kinds arc de
sired The opening up of the spring
season with good prospects for a
continuance of the large business of
the past yeargls causing many com
munities to watfe strong efforts to
locate now Industries Among the
cstabllshmentsdeslr d are iron and
woodworking cancel us cereal mills
canning works cold storage plants
and mills of various kinds as well
as mercantile establishments Re
quests for particulars addressed to
the Industrial Department of the 0
Vid N W ny Chicago wilt bb
mj3mftly attended to
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Reduced Rates
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The Great Southwest
On tho first and third Tuesdays of
each month special homoseekers
and colonist rates are effective from
Saint Louis and Kansas City to
points In Missouri Arkansas Okla
homa Indian Territory and Texas
vln thfll
For round trip tickets the rate Je
ono fare plus two dollars and for
f singletrip tickets onehalf fare plus
two dollars
LOW SETTLERS RATES
TO POINTS IN THE WEST AND
SOUTHWEST
VIA COTTON mUll HOUTE
On first and third Tuesdays of each
month round trip tickets will bt sold
to points In Arkansas Louisiana
Texas nnd other Western territory
at rato of OliO fare plus 2 Stopov
ers allowed on tho going trip 21
days In which to return
Cotton Belt Koutq trains leave
Memphis morning and evening mak
ing connection with all lines and car
ry sleepers chair cars and parrot
cafe cars
Write In for literature describing
the country for maps time table aua
Information about rates etci
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