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I PRESIDENT IS MASTEll
I . OF CUBAN SITUATIOH
The Announcement Made That Seati
of Members of Congress Elected
In 1905 Are to Be De-
Havana. "ny n decree to be Issued
0011 under specific authority ot tho
k president of the United KttiteB, tlio
Lm seats ot members of the Cuban ron-
aV gross elected In 1D03 will bo declared
" This was the announcement by
- Govornor Mngoon on Sunday to
twenty-five senators ami members ot
the house of representatives whom ho
had Invited to attend n conference In
tho palace. Attor reviewing nil tha
factB developed 4iy the pence commis
sion sent to Cuba by President Itnnse
volt In response to President l'Hliiia'a
appeal for Intcrvontlou, (lovenior .Ma
Koon called tho attention of the mem
bers to tho fact that tho determina
tion as to the status of the oonureRs
had been reserved by the peace com
mission for consideration at Washing
ton. He then communicated to them
tho flnnl determination of President
noosovelt that tho seats of nil sena
tors nnd representatives elected In
1805 shall bo considered vacant from
Oct. 12, 190G, tho vacancies thereby
created being filled by an election un
der tho provisional government In ac
cordance with, the proclamation ot
Governor Taft on Sept. 29.
SHORTAGE OF CARS.
OH Industry In California Seriously
Handicapped by Present Conditions.
Lou Angeles. According to an
evening newspaper, probably tho
greatest handicap to tho oil Industry
In California at this tlmo Is on tho
shortago of tank oil cars, which has
grown until It Is said thero are not
more than halt enough of these In
commission to handlo tho product. Six
hundred additional cam are said to be
badly needed nt tho present tmo. In
their absence It has been necessary to
provldo exncuslvo storage accommoda
tions or to keep vast quantities of oil
locked In the ground by means ot
tightly plugged wells.
Japan Does Not Expect Trouble Over
California School Controversy.
Washington, 1). C Japan has overy
confldonco that President Roosovelt
will adjust the Japanese-California
school controversy entirely to tho
satisfaction ot both nations. Feeling
this confidence, Japan has ceased to bo
agitated over tho situation. The Japan
ese nowspapers are emphatically mod
erato In all their notices ot tho affair,
and so far rn the Japancso nation Is
concerned, thero Is absolutely no rea
son for the revival of tho newspaper
notoriety In thin country.
Horses Owned by King Edward Are
Exhibited In Chicago.
Chicago. Tho sovonth annual Inter
national livestock exhibition opened
Saturday at the Union Stock Yards
and will continue for right days.
Thero aro more tnan 300 entries, Includ
ing so mo Hhlro horses owned by King
Kdward of Kngland. Other entries
from nbroad have been mndo by Sr
Thomas Upton, Ird C ivan and Lord
ltothschlld. Knch evening a horse fair
will bo hold in tho exhibition ring.
Mob Ourns Tobacco Factory.
Princeton, Ky. Tho tobacco stem
merles of John Htvgur nnd John O
Orr, tho latter controlled by the Im
perial Tobacco company of Now York,
wero destroyed early Saturday by a
fire, kindled by a molt of masked men.
The loss Is intimated nt $170,000. Tim
mob, winch niimneied nlmut :t00 men.
entered Princeton between 1 and -o'clock,
soiled tho night town marshal
and disarmed him. They thou went
to tho factory and quickly applied the
The Public Debt.
Washington. D. C Tho monthly
statement of mo public debt shows
that at tho close of business, No
vember :i0. 1000. the total debt, loss
rash In tho tivimury, amounted to $344-,
321M29, which Is it decronsn for tho
month of 17.811.035 The debt Is re
capitulated its follows: interest bear
Ing debt, l9i5.S50.llt0; debt on which
interest has censed since maturity,
l. 118.075; debt bearing no Interest,
im&'-'l.BSO. otal, $1,3:5,700,710.
Second Ocean-Qolng Turbine.
Cheater. Pa. The Yale, tho second
ocean-going turbine steamship to bo
built In this country, was launched at
llnnch'a shipyard In this city Saturday.
The Harvard, a sister ship to tho
Yale, Is on tho utocks at the shipyard
and will lio launched soon. The adop
tion of tho tuiiiliio power for theso
g vessels was largely due to tho buccwh
VsssJl of tho now turbine steamship, Gov.
Cobb, lately placed In servlco on tho
route between Motion and St. John,
Express Car Robbed.
Itedwater, Texas. Tho express car
attached to train number four of the
Cotton licit route, which left this city
Saturday night, was robbed and Kx
presu Messenger W. A- Grossup hurled
from tho moving tiuln. after having
been beaten and badly wounded by
the robbers. The robbery, It is be
lieved, occurred about a mile from this
1 place, but was not illfinvered until
the train reached l.ylau, the next stop.
I Tha exprehs messenger was found bo-
side the track luidlv htm
Restrictions on tho cntrnnco Into
Italy of American pork have been re
moved by tho Italian government.
Despondent over tho recent death
of her baby, Mrs. It. L. Barnes, of Los
Angeles, suicided, taking chloroform.
11. J. Groce, n negro, shot nnd In
stantly klljed a negro womnn, jald to
he his wife, at the Southern Pacific
depot at Tucson, Arizona.
Tho monthly colnagu Htntemcnt
shows that In November tho coinage
executed at tho mints of the United
States amounted to $13,578,870.
Three persons aro known to havo
been killed, while seeral more wero
seriously Injured, In a wteck on tho
llutland railroad near Vcrgenncs, Vt.
J. K. Hutchinson, former secretary
and treasurer of tho Delta Cotton
company of Memphis, Tenn., has been
arrested on a charge of embezzling
Yuba Dam, Cal., once a famous min
ing camp and made famous by llrct
Harte's poem, Is a thing of the past.
What remained of tho old camp was
destroyed by fire last week.
The monthly statement of the gov
ernment recelptB nnd expenditures
shows that for November, 1906, tho
total receipts were $55,002,498, and
tho expenditures $48,322,507.
Gordon Dubose, former president ot
tho dofunct First National Uank ot
Ensley, Alabama, has been found
guilty of misapplication of funds and
sentenced to five years' lmprlsopmont.
II. A. Herbert, a laborer 55 years ot
age, tho father ot six small children,
shot and killed himself at San Fer
nando, Cal., as tho result of brooding
over a lawsuit that had been fllod
Mayor Eugene B. Schmltz ot San
Francisco, who was recently indicted
by a grand Jury on tho chargo of ex
tortion, was formally placed under ar
rest at Truckec, Cal., Just after he
crossed the California line.
According to nows received In Itomo
from Adlo-Abeba, tho capital of Abys
sinia, King Menellk Is seriously 111,
and it is feared hero that grave dis
turbances aro likely to occur In tho
struggle for tho succession.
Six hundred nnd clghty-throo sail
ors concerned In tho mutiny at Cron
stadt of last summer, havo been sen
tenced by court martial to imprison
ment oV sorvlco with tho disciplinary
battalions for various porlods.
An official dispatch from Dutch Now
Guinea announces an encounter be
tween Dutch troops and a strong band
of Alfoilrs. who wero traveling to Fak
fak. Seven soldiers wero killed and
ono offlfcer and six men wounded."
Not n slnglo American died on tho
cnnnl zpne from dlscaso In tho last
thrco months, according to a ronort
tho isthmian canal commission has
Just received from Colonel W. C. Gor
gns, tho chief sanltnry oftlccr In the
Three children, nil sonB of E. Han
son, living near Hutchinson, Knn.,
wore drowned whllo skating on Lake
Marlon. Tho Inds. Judan, nged 13;
Wnltor. aged 11. and Victor, aged 9.
wero looking for muskrnts when they
fell Into an airhole.
Tho Kobo correspondent of tho I.on
don Standard cables that a floating
mine, a legacy from tho Husso-Japan-bo
war, has been driven nshoro at
Aklta, on tho west coast of Hondo,
whore It exploded, killing ten villag
ers and wounding flfty-slx.
A record of 132 persons killed nnd
2,271 others Injured on tho surfneo
and elevated traction lines of Chicago
elnco .limitary 1 last gives Impetus to
the crusade against tho overcrowding
of cars which was begun by the of
llclals of tho city last week.
Advices from Canton report a re
crudescence of the nntl-mUslonnry
reeling at Uenshow, China, whero
Homo church property has heen pil
laged. Tho American consul has
nsked tho viceroy to protect American
missionaries and their property.
What would appear to bo a most
Important archaeological discovery
has been mndo nt Formnlo, neat
which plnco Cicero was iissiiBslnatcd
twenty centuries ago. This dlscovory
consists of remains which nio thought
to bo tho tomb of tho great orator.
Tho annual reiwrt ot tho graduato
treasuier of Harvard athletics for tho
year 190G shows a profit from all
sources of $27,810. Tho football r
celpts during tho last season amount
ed to $85,33G. whllo tho expenses ol
that department of sport wero $29,028
As a hcquel to tho recent death ol
Mike Ward of Sarlna, Ont., nfter his
fight at Grand Haplds, Mich., with
Hairy I.owls of Philadelphia, an ordl
nance has been Introduced In tho oHy
council prohibiting all boxing matches
for money or prlrc, public or private.
Mrs. Charles G. Chcckoy and her
two children, a girl of two and a half
years and one llvo months old, wero
found dead In their homes at Provi
dence. It. I, Tho woman had turned
on the gas nnd, Inking her two chil
dren In her arms, lay down with thorn. I
Tho court martial which has been
trying the sailors and others charged
with being Implicated In tho mutiny at
Subastopol, for which Lieutenant
Schmidt and three other companions
wero executed March 19, has sen
lenced a civilian and two sailors to
TEN YEARS OF PAIN.
Unable to Do Even Housework Be
cause of Kidney Troubles.
Mrs. Margaret Emmerich, of Clinton
street, Napoleon, O.,- says: "For fit-
tcen years I wos n
great sufferer from
kidney troubles. My
back pained mo ter
ribly. Every turn
or move caused
pains. My eyesight
was poor, dark
i'' spots appeared be
fore me, and 1 had dizzy spells. For
ten years 1 could not do housework,
and for two years did not get out of
tho house. Tho kidney secretions
wero irregular, nnd doctors wero not
helping mo. Dean's Kidney Pills
brought me quick relief, nnd finally
cured mo. They saved my life."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
High Position for Admiral.
Rear Admiral Wlllard H. Ilrownson,
who has Just taken command of the
American naval forces In tho East,
will, It Is understood, soon bo recalled
to take what has become to be regard
ed as tho most Important post In tho
navy namely, chief of tho bureau of
navigation. Admiral Ilrownson would,
in tho usual course, bo placed on tho
retired list next year on account of
old age, but owing to his excellent
physical and inontal condition it Is un
derstood he will contlnuo at tho head
of the navigation bureau at least dur
ing the present administration.
Keep In Good Health.
Thero nro many thousands of pco
plo all over tho world who can at
tribute their good hcnlth to taking ono
of two Urandrcth'a PIIIb overy night
Theso pills cleanso tho stomach and
bowels, Btlmulnto tho kldncyB and
liver and purify tho blood. They nro
tho samo fine laxatlvo tonic pills your
grandparents used, nnd being purely
vcgetnblo thoy aro adapted to children
and old people, ob well nB thoso in
tho vigor of manhood nnd womanhood.
Urandreth'H Pills havo been in uso
for over a century and nro for sale
over where, plain or sugar-coated.
To Represent Italy and Spain.
The two great Catholic countrlcB of
Europe. Italy and Spain, are sending
new nmbassadorn to tho court of 8t.
James. Tho marquis dl San Olullano,
who will represent Italy, Is compara
tively a young man. Ho cornel of an
old Sicilian family of Norman descent,
and Is highly cultured, hnvlng traveled
extensively with good results. Ho Is
an enthusiastic student of Dante, and
Is president of the Italian Geographical
society. Senor Villa Urattla. tho new
Spanish nmbassador, accompanied
King Alfonso to tondon on tho mo
mentous occasion that ended in his en
gagement to Princess Kna, and won
golden opinions for his tact and cour
tesy during that visit.
Japan's Emprsis Popular.
It is doubtful If any royal consort Is
more loved by her people than Is thu
empress of Japan. Educated accord
Ing to feudal Ideas and skilled In all
tho accomplishments befitting ono f
her social eminence, her majesty
strongly favor tho broadness of tho
now education for women and from
her private purse gives largo sums
toward the maintenance of women'a
schools and universities. During th
war with Hiissla tho empress vlsltwl
tho hospitals many times and every
day passed hours making bandages,
Tho effect of theso bandages iion the
wounded soldiers has been of deep in
terest to medical and scientific men,
for the soldiers honored by them
seemed to rally under a peculiar men'
tnl Influence. All other bandages were
destroyed nfter their first use; those
mnde by the empress wero sterlllied
and used again for tint simple reason
of their effect on tho recovery of the
LIKE A FAIRY TALE.
The Story of Poitum Cereal In Words
The growth ot tint Postuiu Cereal
Co. Is like a fairy tale, but It Is Irue.
overy word of It.
Tho Door rnbolted" is tho title of
n charming little booklet just Issued
by tho Company which tolls, and II
lustrates. the story of this remark,
nblo growth. It takes tnti reader from
tho llttlo white barn In hlch tho
business wns Marled Jan 1. 1895,
through tho palatial nlllco and groat
factory buildings of tho -While City"
Hint coiuprUu Postumvllle, llatllu
The llttlo white barn, so carefully
preset red. is u most Interesting build
ing, for It represents tint humble be
ginning of ono of the country's great
est manufacturing enterprUes of to
day, nn enterprise that has grown
from this little barn to a whole rlty
of factory buildings within but little
more than ten years
No less Interesting Is the quaint ol
flclal home of tho I'osttim Cereal Co,
The general olllee building of Mr Tost
nnd his associates It a reproduction of
tho Shakespeare house at Stratford'
on-Avon. ami upon the house and lis
furnishings has been expended vast
sums of money, until the rooms are
moro like the drawing rooms of tho
mansions of our multimillionaires
than llko offices.
That Mr Post has believed thor
, oughly In the Idea of giving to his
emploes attractive and healthful
work rooms Is proven not only by tho
general offlro building of the Company
nnd Its furnishings, but by his fac
tories as well, and of all of these
things this beautiful little booklet tells
tho Interesting story. It will be sent
to anyone on request.
BOY'S (HEAD ONE SOLID SORK.
Hair All' Came Out Under Doctor
Three Months and No Better
Cutlcura Works Wonders.
Mr. A. C. Barnott, proprietor of n j
general Btoro In Avard, Oklahoma, !
tells In tho following grateful lotter
how Cutlcura cured his son ot a tor
rlblo eczema, "My llttlo boy had ec
zema. His head was ono solid sore,
nil over his scalp; his hnlr all came
out, and ho suffered very ninth. 1
'had a physician treat him, but nt tho
end of thrco montlis ho vnii no bet- j
cr. I rcroombored Unit iho Cutlcura I
Remedies had cured uio, and after
giving him two boUes of Cutlcura ',
Itoiolvcnt, according to directions, '
and using Cullcra Soap and Olnt-1
ment on him dally, his eczema left
hlra, bis hnlr grew again, nnd he has
never had a.iy eczema slnco. Wo
use tho Cutlcura Soap and Ointment,
and they keep our skin soft and
hoalthy. I cheerfully recommend tho
Cutlcura Remedies for all cases of
eczeiu-. A. (' Harnett, Mar. 30,
Wrong Method of Teaching.
Consul Paul Nash, of Vwilcc, writes:
"Hundreds of w ell-educated Americans
annually pass through Venice and, al
though probably nine tenths of them
have had seveial years of Instruction
In a European language, not one
tenth aro capable of speaking a dozen
connected words of anything but Eng
lish. Even college graduates, fresh
from prize-winning In French or Gor
man, aro gcneially unable to speak
either language, although capable of
writing nn excellent thesis on their
history, philology, syntax and litera
ture. This Is the result of teaching
French and Orman In much tho samo
way thatUfi and Greek aro taught"
SoBiclnnntl wives havo been
itWLWLWMor husbands ot lato that
thsftcll has taken stops to-
waroVJBHwi c'icclt on nucn run
awnys.ltTW iVen found that mort
gage loan kharkare contributing fac
tors In n treat many cases. A man's
ability to rVirtKagn his furnlturo with
out tho kotiwledge of his wife la a
strong teniAatlnn to husbands ot weak
will. An dlnnnco has been Intro
duced mating such mortgago ot no
avail unlerlthcy bear tho signature of
both husbnll and wife.
Autcl In Qerman Army.
The GcrBin Volunteer Army Corps
Is provide! with 37 automobiles In
chargo of Bnlformcd drivers, which
carry staffSnccrs to and fro. In tho
manctivoiHilttit mopth tho speed and
convention of tho machines were
highly pled by tha tacticians who
wat'chefdVic developments of tha
mlnlc A1 ckUn,
I 4 il'osltlvrlf rmnl by
PADTTDC thro i.ittio riiu.
llM l I L l0 The "J" rrUcTO Dls-
mam ., Ue from Ilrar!1-
sP ITTLC (tlsrstkm and Too Heart
f P D Inline A prrfect rrcv
I Vbl rOforlrtulnm.Nauvi
PILLS. ITofftintM. Hid Tattc
slT la tbo Moutu. Coated
IB TbDffue. Pain In the hMe
IHK iToitnn uvkil Ttcj
rrruUto U HowtU. imrtty Vctreubie.
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Trr W. I- !ou(U VVomm', Mil anil
CblUrvu' ltue forl)l, fit amlwcur
titer tctl other make.
If I could take you Into my largo
factories at Hrockton, Mass., nnd aliow
you how carefully V. I.. Douglas shoes
are made, you would then understand
why they liold their shar, fit better,
wear loader, and are of greater value
than any other make,
Wbtrtvcr you ll. you ran ubUIn W. U.
DouiUtihoo, Ml nan and pric I tUmpca ,
en lb Ulln, which pnittcl ouilnt high
prkM an4 Utlffiur ibu. Jakm no lutill,
tut. Aik )urilalrlr W.UIkiuglaifhoca
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ftt0liftHttMfi aw ! if at araity
Writ IJu.lr.U4 Caltl( ol I'all M lc.
WfUUOCTjLAn.lXpU t. Ulwkleo.Miii,
I'l'TNAM FADKI.F.Ba DYES color
more gnmls, lii'klitcr colors wllh les '
uoilt lliuii uiht'1'8.
Ducks haven't tho better of lawyers
and doctors In tho matter of big bills.
Mm. WliMlon' Snnllilni; S'liip.
for chllilirn tvththir. irifii Hi ttiiina, tuur In
Minn.tioii allay itn, pin wlrtUrnllc. Dcal-oifi I
l'nnnty of your enemies Is less lin
ed tnln thnn the friendship of your
National Pure Food and Drugs Act.
Tlio (iiirl'ielil ItcnirdiiK meet with the
liilllii't ri-Minii-iiH'iit of tin- iii-w Iiv.
Take (l.iilU-ld Ten for I'liiiKtipiitiuii.
"I gno you a dime yesterday," re
mntked the phllunthroplc female, "and
I snw you go Into one of those low
saloons." "Yes, mum," replied tho
weary way fat or, "n fellow wld on'y a
dlmo ain't got nn call to go Into dem
high-toned ones." Philadelphia Record.
The Six Largest Lakes. H
Six lakes of more than 20.000 square- H
miles In nren exist In tho world. Tha H
Caspian Is the Inrgcst of thcBe, an 4 H
Lako Huron tho smallest. H
Important to Mothers. H
i Eximlno cirrfutly ptrrj l-oltle of CASTOTtlA. H
1 nf ard mre tiuirOj for Infant ami ihlldrro,
'l;n.luirof (jvXjty7cC(cJUM H
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Will Study Irish Language.
The education committee of the Um- H
don county council has decided to rec- H
ommetid to the council that classes for H
the study of the lilsh language nnd lit- H
erature be opened In the public elt- H
mentaiy schools of Klnsbury, Islington. H
St. and Stepney.
W. N. U Salt Lake City, No. 49, 190b- H
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