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THE SEATTLE STAR
Krery atbranoa .■> . | I Min.Ur.
I . 11. v»Ills, I B, r, I II V-»
Hhii'K I lluiiu, Ml* >nm
one r*ni i*r r*»ry I »l* i»ni» |»i »■ i
,-» l«ri.l> n»ii .•ul. I*l iii.mill dellwriMt
hj i arnria, alwajrt 111 advance. No In*
Tslephona F*lWas ISO.
0i1.,,. So not • • Ihlnl iIMM
mirnd at the |<nat»lF.e* S.I Seattle, W«ililßf
i* i», a* Mniii-l rlaat maitnr.
California stand* illncra. today
befor* all of th* people of th* United
i 11.*. by r<'«wn of Urn l>ra«<in-
fatr.l action of It* legUlatur*. which
irfu». Ito ,1,. a fnttrj Htate* ».n
--ator becaumt th* member* rould not
acre* on a suitable raacal. I> M.
Hum*.' the noinlnrr of th* Southern
l'aftiu- railway, on* of th* m.iht
notorious nun In California, dlvld
rd hon r« on the final ballot with I'
8. Grant Jr. whoa* manager, Milt
(Irren, admitted during Iht- |>n>Rrra»
of th* eaaMal that >><■ had I'M" n.l
rd tare* sums of Urant'a money In
securing th* election of certain inrm
b«ra of th* legislature. (.iranl did
not deny contributing MO.OM, but
said' that It nil given with th*
stipulation that It "should b* honest-
I) used." California would do well
toxtve Its norde (I politicians thir
ty minutes to l.ay. town."
There la n«> diajulalng the fart that
truata wit: flay an ltniMirtant part
itlrn In the itmr future It la
quit* likely that the trusts ■
.it of (...nil. a t.ul the
1*..p1.- will not have It that way.
The feeling against theae combina
tion* Is gr,,wln*T throughout the
length and breadth of ihr . untry.
and any potlllral party which re
fuses H array llself agalnat them
will sound Its own death kn.-l!
Th» Manila Pacific cable will take !
two m Utre* years to lay at best,
•nd It la a serious loss to the coun»
[ try that th* appropriation for th«
cable ha* failed, postponing art 100 a
year. A careful survey at tb* Paci
fic, however, from Honolulu west.
•till remains, to b* mad*, and It
ou«ht to be possible to rarrv this
out with a navy vessel before the ,
next Concrras meets.
Cyclones continue to devastate, the
*>uthrrn states. A few, years a«»
. these storms wer* comparatively un-
known N-»i>n.l th» borders of th.
western prairies, but conditions b»
irin to show a nurked cbaocv. Th»
••pralrl* twister" frequently »-ela oil
Its reservation, and nobody In the
south or rast frvla srrur* from osw
of lt> sudd'D onslauchta.
President ■ McKlnler and Speaker
Re»d «r* scheduled, la extend the
•lad hand to each other today si
Jekyll Inland, way down In Oeorgta.
TlifH two leader* have never en
thused together \to ; any nollt««b|.
extent, and the public will wait
curiously In •*♦ what mult* will
J.ry Law Unconstitutional.
NEW YORK. March » —Con-j
rrMiun William D. Daly and aw. ■
jrer Joseph M. Noon*n. counsel for
James K. Brown. who <•*« 'nvt't
•d of the murder of Policeman <;«•<»• 1
' hard In Hoboken. have decided to
take an appeal to the United Btat*s
* supreme court from the decision of
the New Jersey court of errors af
flrmin* the constitutionality of a
conviction far murder by a (track
Jury. The lawyer* contend that the
■truck Jury law violate* the provi
(loo of the United State* conalHu
tlon which guarantees *>iu»l protec
tion to all rttlfna A almllar. ap
peal will be made In behalf 'if Rd
ward Clifford, the murderer of Bupt.
■William V WaUfon. of the West
Mock Terrapin* From Maryland.
With the'passing of ihr .Jamonl
back terrapin from local water* an
Ita general * «rt(tr. the business of
4rr»l'»|)ln« "»llder*" and "retf-belly"
terrapin* baa begun In the water* of
I Kent county. ! Theeie teraplna an
now in winter quarters by the thou
nnda In the marabea. and are In
their best condition. The slider
often »tt.«lnn extremely large propor
tions, wruhlric an much *■ twenty
pound* or over. The "red.belly" In
• smaller apecles. The larger variety
* sometimes sells so- hlch aa tI.U
apiece, though th» average price Is
from 71 cents to II 50 Th» smaller
raiiety sells for from 7}. cents to
II SO per doien. Th' diamond-back
haa been Almost entirely superseded
by the "slider" and "red-belly." —
Reward for Bravery.
I.<>Nl»<N. March ».—The Ham*
Am-rl' a/i fUesmshlp company
has donated £UM to be divided
mnr.riic the officers and crew of the
Jlrltlnh »ti-«m»-r Weehawken, which
recently Unded 2.'> of the passenger*
-of the Hamburg-American liner
Ilrilicnrla at I'onto lJ»l«ad». which
at the time was thought to be sink
The Tabernacle Trouble.
NKW YfrttK, March M.—A motion
of the Fifth Avenue liaptlst church
la compel th« Tabernacle li .11 .1 ■•
church on Hi-fciiiil avenue to allow
an lri«i"' Boa of the Tabernacle
books. In the action of the Tat>»r
nacle to r<-rov<r SHOO Heat divi
dends, M denied yesterday by Jun
tlre H»n<h of the supreme court. In
Mill the Tabernacle held a hundred
years' lease of property adjoining Its
church, and It waa arranged that the
leane ahould be surrendered to the |
Fifth Avrnue llaptlef church under
an agreement by which John ii
Itnckefeller wna to build a church
house, for the Tabernacle. Mr. Rack
efeller built the house and save cer
tain stock of the Northern l'n< ill.-
Itallway company In trust to the
Fifth Avenue liapllat church under
an agreement by which the Income
from the >•!•.' waa to be paid la the
Tabernacle to be u»ed for certain
church work. The complaint itatea
that the railway cntnpany paid 'llvl
denda of *» per cent, for two year*
after the arrangement and then It
ceased to pay any dividends. Hub
*er)u*ntly the railway got on 11 pay-]
InK ban)*, but the Klfth Avenue
liaptlst church did not resume pay-
Ing dividends to the Tabernacle.
I*,.- detenu* Is that the Tabernacl*
hail not lived up to Us agreement,
and did not, during th* two years It
received dividends, dlsburs* them »i«
I th.- agreement required.
In order I. show how th* .11% l
•Ir ii.lk urn ■ disbursed the fifth Ave
nue llaptlat . Inn 1 1 moved to compel
the Inspection of 111.' Tnbernai'l*
hook*. The Tabrrnarl* agreed lo
.it Ita liookn for iimpr. Mod b)
11.. .l.'fi'ii.tiint at tin- trlnl. hut n..1
I. for.- Hi it llm. Jimtl... tleaoh h.1.l
Unit ih.- in»rr. ilou at thr tilal »-i"
Rao* Track Man Fighting.
TUU.VTO.V. N. J.. Man N.—Th*
court .if orrtir* unit appeal* hr«r<l ar
iiiiiiii-iil today In th* tax- of llott vs.
urn. secretary of state. In which
all (Sari I* i'<lim tiiuli to hay* th*
j constitutional amendment, mad*
, against gambling In Nsw J. i«. v aot
•aid* aa nut properly adopted by
tIM peopl* at th* »i"->iai election
ii.-l I on H.-|.|rmh<T tt, I*9l. Allan I.
m Pimn •i'i'.«r<-.i for th* prose
cutors. Ho h.1.l that th* act .hi
thnrlitnir thy election was unconsti
tutional, because It did not provide
' for ballot* by which a i»*»rmin could
\..i. for on* or morn of th* thm
ti..|Mi».-,| am»ndm*nt* without vot-
I Inn for all of th.-m. Attorney «l»n
--iiial <!■«•>•, ii I'M-irntlnc th* *lat*.
h. lil that th* act In quvatlon **'
conatltutlonal and th* .'..linn l<-«al
Anyway. h» ilr.-Urfil. th« court (oald
not co kai on tha return of th«
I ■tat* board of ranvaaarra A .1...
I..ii wilt toon b* hanjrd down.
Decalvsd by Nar Lower
N'KW YonK. March ».—Fannie
Ayrrs. a«ed .'I. committed suicide
last nlcht by taking mrbolte acid
bernua* >hi' found that Martin liar
ton, of Mtralford place, Newark, In
whom she was engaged to ho mar
ried, was a married man. Rhe lived
at 1* WaverUv avenue, Newark.
and was a daughter of Andrew II
Ayroa. a traveling salesman. Mar
ton attended the Montgomery M. ¥i.
church, and there mad* her acqualn
tanr* a year ago.
.Tb* affair was encouraged by th*
Ayr** family until rumors were
heard that he waa a married man
lie admitted that he had been mar
rl*d but that a deer** for divorce
had been granted In Trenton and
bad not been made public. Th* girl
wrote a letter ts him and then went
to her room and took In* poison.
Ho Lett $60,000.
NEW TORK. March -l*«llr«
Captain Stephen Martin of th» Cla»<
son avenu* station. in Brooklyn, who
!ir.| last week. m*» well off flnami
ally, and his estate. It Is said, «l
reeded MM** More than 11100 was
found In his pockets after his death.
He was unmarried, and th* bulk of
his property will probably so to his
married sister and a married niece,
his only survtvtnc relatives. ll* has
been a policeman more than thirty
Wiekadn*** ill Cr.nbury.
NEW DRUNtIWICK, N. J, March
ML-The Rev. C r. Taylor baa Ml
the village of Cranbury. nine miles
fro mher*. »*<■« by preaching- a »»r
--mon from lh» pulpit of the ■■cold
Presbyterian churrh there yesterday
morning upon th* twit of Ike ■»•
• nth commandment. "Thou •salt not
commit adultery." ,He said ; that
certain thing* had come to Ma ear*
which made him believe that Cran
bury la not as free from this wick
edness aa It should be. ll* amid that
If the roncreaatloa did not under
take to stamp vat certain eaara of
adultery which were coin* on amon«
Us memb»r» h» would make. It a
personal matter and proetcute the
offenderil There have been on* or
twn run of .c«nl») talked about In
th* villas' for aometlme. but no one
profeaaea to know )ust ho th« |>«»
lor haa In mind. The Rev. Mr. Tsv*
lor has only had his pr*e*nt rhar«*
for two rears and It la his first pmm
torat*. >!* was formerly an assist
ant paator In Jeraey city an>l waa
.■m» active In work In the alums of
New York. Mr. T«rl 'r announc*<t
that he and his wife would speak on
the same question al a mothers'
meeting'to .be held on Tuesday night
Mil. March 21.
A Queor Workshop.
NEW Ti>flK. March ».—'As a re-
I salt of a small (Ire In the cellar of
the tenement at lt« West Rev*n
j teentb street yesterday afternoon,
I th» pn»rr arrested Frank Frlta and
[ locked him up on the charge of be
ing a suspicious person. . Frits occu
pies rooms In the house and also
real* th« rear of the cellar In which
the fire started. ll* Is suspected of
running an Illicit still on a small
A tenant discovered the fir* and '
' called Policeman Ilelroke. who gave
th» alarm. The fire was In what
' ' seemed to be a woodthed In the rear
of the cellar. To gel lo It th» flre
-1 men had to force a padlorked door.
The Interior of the shed was filled
' with dense smoke. The only light
1 I MM from a gaa stove, burning at
j full force, which had evidently been
j nver-heated and had act fire to the
When the name* had been #*lln
gushed riattAllon Chief Dondersnn
made an examination. On top of the
gas stove h« found a milk can filled
with some liquid. In the lower part
I of th» can wa* a faucet and the
, top ended In • funnel-like rontrlv
anr* which tapered gradually until
', It was screwed on to a lead pipe. A
. Imm colls of this pipe were fitted In
, it beer keg which Mood on one end
near the stove. Strewn about the
woodshed were a doien demijohn*
and as many whisky anil beer hot
i ties. The woodshed was double
; boarded aa If to deaden all sound
1 and a window looking Into the air
1 shaft was aecurely boarded up.
The Internal revenue offlcers were
notified of Frlti'a arrest and aaked
to take charge of hla ca»e. lie told
the police that he was going to man
ufacture extract*, auch as vanlla.
but when he hired his cellar work
shop he told th" landlord that h*
waa going la bottle beer. The po
lice took possession of hla outfit.
Aided to Kill Her Lover.
11l I'KAI/i, March 10.—Mra. Ho
■ Inn li.-irr.ru- wan today sentenced to
Auburn prison for fifteen years, by
Jusllre Lambert, for aldlnic her hus
band. Antonio ) 1.1 r ■ r.>. to kill Philip
Korestlno, her lover. Mm pleaded
a-ullty to manslaughter. Her hua
band Is now In Auburn prison, sen
| tenced to death. After killing- For*
eatlno the Ilarones rut hla lio.ly up,
packed It In I trunk, and threw It
Into the rntuil.
A Consul Kills Himself.
i;iA!)AI.AJArtA. M-x . March »0.
—Advices have reached here of the
I aulclde of Charles Wonlrlch, Ilrltlsh
conaul at Mazatlan. The act was
r?n« fo 111 heslth.
Till: SAdED IIKAIIi CHI !.<JI IIHSTIIOUJI
Th* Ha< r»<l Heart I'bUmlli church,
In chargo of the Bjaaaltipll lal l"ath
>*r. Mi ili<iiroyfil li> Dr* early Run
day morning. The churrh waa a
larit* brick ulructur*, and waa aim*
ni.'l on th» corner of Mixtli nv.ini.
and 11.11 atrtel. and waa valued at
Klamea wer*. IHitlirtt broaklna out
of th* i'«r nt tho btilldlnir about
1 o'clock by th* patrolman Ml th«
beat. The Matin y atrevt fir* de
partment n» promptly notlltml, but
liy in.- time II arrived all hoprauf
aavlnc th* church wire abandoned.
Chief Ktll*|tß waa notlf)e<l by tele- I
■ inn. h. which la u*«d by the prlaata, 1
phon*. an.l upon hla arrival order
ed th* firemen in turn their atten
tion to laving adjoining tiullilliia-a
Nl» Skull Broken.
N'l:\V YOUK, March M.— Ciirmrnlii
Ila 11., i. || >r»r« old, proprietor of a
aaloon at Marlon pl»>■<• and U <■»!•
• I'll* avritue, Jtraey I'll) waa aa
aiiulli-il )»a(«r.U> afttrnoon by two
of hla Italian cuitotitara an.l la In
th* illy hoapllal »lih a fia. int. I
aqull and In a rrltl<"«l condition. T)i<*
men, who w«r» ilranicvra to Bulbs,
wer* playtn* pool' and |tot Into a
dlnput* with him about payment of
■Irinka. One (if them hurled ■ pool
ball at him anil II atruck him tx>>
tween the cyea, liniv-liina- him down.
Th* other beat htm on the head with
th* butt end of a cue. Then they
ran out of the aal.»>n- an I disappear
ed. About two houra later I'lelro
Cirnit» mi picked up at I'allaad*
and Newark ivrnun an.l " >- Ident
ified a* MM it Haiti.i'a a»««l!ania He
la bald t.i await the raault of Balbo'f
Mad* Sura of Arrost.
M « Yi'KK. March H>— A (all
near ■ apparently about JO year* old,
and looking thin and hungry, walk
«-l Into (bt Wrat Thirtieth ■>!-. !••••
lie* ataiion l»«i night and addrtaavd
flergt. Conbey. I
"My name la Albert Thomaa," he
hi! and I'm It year* old. I ronw
from Chlckamtuga. I'm brok* ant
I want in to locked up. If you will
not da It I'll f<> nut and break a
window, 1 ' •■■■•■
with aotn* difficulty i»» *enr*ant
«i last induced Ha) ywilh la depart.
ll* walk*d to Thirtieth afreet and
lir.«.l«ay and waited until ho aaw
a woman richly dr»**ad and wearing
plenty of diamond* torn* along ■
grabbed her poek*tbook and ran to
feet and returned
."I don't want your pur** 1 ma.l
am," he aai.l ."but I do want to »•*
ttr'ilr.t Won't you eero* In th*
•tatlon hoUM ami mak* a complaint
againai m*T" ■
Policeman Hthlblu ■ appear. t , »i
(tola Juncture. ll* lock Thoma* to
th* atatlon. th* woman followlne.
Kb* rrfua*d la «i»» bar name and
declined to make any. complaint.
»'apt Prtc*. who (ward the a' r
aaked tho o*«ro If h» tv hungry.
"Yea." wa« th* reply
"W*ll ' MI4 the raptaln. "we'll ar
reat ymi for ra«»aiwy and •••n.l y.-u
to iltr war* houa* for all mini ha "
"I don't want a a*» mouth*' aen-
MM" he Mid "I want to go away
for «>v« or all year* and b* »nt to
a reformatory. »o I will know adme*
thing when I «*wn* out," •
The captain had him l-vk* 1 up on
a chare* of vagrancy. Then h« pur
chaaed foad for the negro, which b*
at* rave-uniity. -
To Heeonttmot Her Navy.
1 I>.\r.-IN March M —Th» Madrid
I cwrr**pon4*nt of th* Chronicle •••
crib** to Admiral Oomc* Imai. th* '
mlnUUr of marirt*. a •tal«m»nt that
Ih* ir>vrnm»nt j.r«l><»»a to tvron- )
•trnct th» navy. Th« eorr«»pond»nl
"ThU d»f»nda. how»v«r. on th«
condition of th» country. Ttm» tw
in* prixrloua, vmmU mutt b« pur
rha«'d abroad. olh»rwlM tb*y ml«ht
i- built at horn* " ;
Haw Jaaaneaa Battlathlp.
OUAHOOW, Marrh y The Jap
aneae hattlvahlp Aaanpl waa latinrh
ed from th« r*tydehank *hl|.yar t t"
day Ch«i la H fact lon*, tt UJM
ton* diaplaramerit. and ll.n«o Indl
raied hora*power and la I" de^ei p
■ *!■< ei| nf I* knnta Sh* will be
armed with U-ln'-h »una In two bar
b^ttea and with ■ larje numr-r ■■!
'jiil' k flrer».
The ahlp waa n»mad by Mmc
Kato. wife of lha Japanea* mlnlatn
And They Were Marrlad.
+rr,\\ YOIIK Marrh JO - J<>'< aa
MaclatraU W>ntwcrth «ra» about to
Irav* the Km*z Market pollc* court
ye»t*rday mnring f"r luncheon a
yoiinc man ami woman ••!««•<! per
mlMlon to •** htm The woman held
on t.i the young man's arm. iriK«i*d
an<l bit h«r nn«#r null* The man
I »hifl»'l hi* hat around In hi* hand
uncomfortably »• h« Mid ' I1»«»*.
• lr. w» want to jt»t marrljii."
••Why. with pl#«»ur>\" •••■I th»
Th« mill ilf»r|b»<l hlm»»lf »■ John
T. llonklna of Troy. Th» womiin
MM »h<> wm Brrtha Danho. >• «#r
v«nl. of 10 «reon4 avenu*.. ■■•■*'"«
w«« honorably dl»chJ«r»»d from th»
K<-v«nth llnltud : BtaU* artillery in
day *8" and went to llvo In th«
houw. wh»rn tb» Clrl wa» employe,
and lh»>y Ml In love with •arh oth
er at firm ulrht.
The in»«lilnil» performed th» r*r
«>mony In bin private room. The
I bridegroom had no r*tiilar wr<l>lln«
rlriK. but u»»<1 lnit«-«'l one " •'* '"
,if a hor««ho« nail. Ma«l»t...
: Wenlworth r»fu»«d to ktu lh» bride,
I remarklnit that he conald«red him
i ...if too old. Clerk Men gallantly
took th* ma«lftrat*'s place.
Like Everything »m»rloan.
WABIIINOTHN. March JO—A let
ter to the «tat« department from
Ponape. Caroline Islands, says: "Th«
people of Ponapa )»»' <ov» •n<l ■rt"re
the American people; In fact, they
Ilk- everything that Is American."
They are hoplna" anil praylna:. he
pan that the American* will ' ll<'
possession nf all the Islands, nnd,
if not nil, at leant of lha Island r>t
Proud of the French.
PAIUB. March W.—The MmMii aayii'
that the transformation of the
French artillery him been complet
"Thanks to the new arrangement
i anil th» powerful sunn which have
been procured." Ill" paper says, 111.
Kreneh artillery •• now unrivaled
- • •>. world." * '<
TUB HKATTLE STAK,
There la m'iir,- i.|y ■• dflUtri that th*
in «a» Of In. . iili.ii v Origin. It
la X.1.1 Hint Hit ••.■ pi rloui atlampti
i, id h.'.'ii mad* to iii Mm the
A heavy MM "'•" aurTcred In 'In
deitrurtlun of the lars« pipe i.ritnii.
Th* allken vi ii in.ma and other icitr
incnla worn tiy Iha I'M- > ' » were it Ik. .
Inn Bad Of I inn. l>y water. Th«
ii»ltl.iit <• building adjoining the
A Mliil.-tii.iil htiN been made to tha
pcilWn lh.il i-inly yrnl. r.liy a luiriey
runlalnlng two men atopprd near
the church. It waa there I "i only
a abort time, and aa aoon M It 'I'"
appeared, Hi. Mnrni-r. were discover
Thr flirlliMi aaaril Hull whin Ihi »
Benedict's Thief Palms.
tlltl;i;NU ■• "ii Conn., March JO.— \
Jukil. •• of ih. li »■ ■ Ilrush h.ia dls
inl»»i>l ii unit In might liv ■ Np*
Korhi-lle HIM nnim-'t Hvabrlffht
against llrnry 111. til- i:.r, Commo
dore i: O. lltiir.llt i « Koriii-nn. to
get iM.»«f.ii.>n of two thlrf (talma In
Mr. l!-nr.lii I* greenhouses •>< In
When Mr. Hmr.li. I ererled his
«Tr<-Mluiii«r» Mr K<-« htlltlil MM him
between MOM and IsOOO worth ■■'
plant*, among them a Ihlif palm.
Mr. Hri.lui .t-niri attme more of
ii. |.nlnm, anil dlrectrd tl.r gardener
to procuro them If j>n**lble from
wnuont el*e Ixstde M«brlght, ■•
ha had had a mi«un.l. r»i.ui ln.K with
him In mi.l la the |nl' I of cer
tain plant*, Illrntierarrr did ••■ Mr.
lialllNjbl l«-arn«J thai Mr. It.-iir.il. I
had t«->i morn thl«>f palm* and mi
tv In.linn har»*»r to a*» thrm. ha
rauM> h* asaorta that h« I* th* only
.1. nl.r In this part of I lit- country
<*. Ii . handlr* ■ V h palina. and he had
not ltd any lately. ll* did nut •■ ■
Mr. ii. i..,ii t • new thl*f palm he
eaUM Ill.i,iHrrr hi 1 -h.-m TriH •■
fart and thinir* «hih Wtrtman
(ttumpf 1.'1.) him a.l In! I" nil auapl
rli.n that th« H«nln hail b«cn <>b
nin' I •iirr'i-ll!l»u.ly.
Mr K. -UtlkM tratlfli-1 that he had
m,,t Mai nthe two j>Uiila a'.lr.
b«- in Mr itme.ti. r» ■ a*taaatoav tmt
had »»en mark* on the aland where
Mr atttoipf laM him the ajeH had
11r v■ ti ■ .n. linled that
•>• Mr rWahrlKht had not m-rn the
|.latna al Mr lU-n.-11. I a he U< ■• 1
•einn hla. and a., dla
! (he raae
The thief palm waa a-, named hi
• -iu»<* It ma" alolen from Kir I«»ndon
Dotanlcal U«r I. n» )ual after It hail
hrrn ajar ,v, i,i and i» r r.- b«tanl*ta
bad »Hilr.l upon a name for 11.
Big Furniture Concern
THf'.NToN N. *.. March ».—The
American I*, h.-.l rurnllur* com* (
ptuiy waa In• ■•. i •'■ I her* today
with a capital Meat of |ta.«iie.«w
Th* company will manufacture all
kind* of achaol an.l church urnltur*. )
Th* Incorporate*-* »re Hamurl II
L*wr*nc*. Itobert P. lurry, Jr.. John
II HummrrnrM. '■■ '«' T. Upencer.
Henry M Havilanl Henry C I *at
drll Armltaa-r Matthew* and t*a»*
lit J. Hunt, all of New York. and
Jam*« O. Young. ofJeraeyClty.
Struck by Lightning.
Nnwirinwl. March ».—A car <.f
the Newburg ami Orange I-ah« trnl
ley line waa (truck by lightning la*t
niahl near Kan 1.. « iwtti Twenty
person* were In th* car, but. *lran«e
to »ay. non* wer* Injured. • farm
er eald that h* ha.i aeen a ball of Ore
• trlke the trolley" wire an.l rhaa»
th* car. Th* car waa "burned out."
and th* Iron work waa *<» hot that
: th* hand could not b* held to It. The
Iron .It.hi. 1 hal a hole melted In
II and a relief • M from th* rtty
'■ had I" be nent out to brine th* dla
abled car In.
Higher Pay for Puddlers.
llAltl!lt*lit'<). I*a.. Mat' ».-The|
in lllern of the llarrlnhura- rolling:
mill* hair received notice of an ad
• v»nc» of li cent* a ton on and after!
April I. •■•her employe* of the mill j
will receive- an larreaae In *M«
MINING NEWS. ;
The Old I Million Mining com
pany I* producing over 40,000 pound*
«f enpper dally.
A monthly dividend of 1 per cent
payable March 30. ha* been declared
by the c,,. i- company, which la
largely owned In Connecticut. There
la a aurplu* <•' 51.700.000 In the treaa
tiry and It la claimed that the net
rarnlnita for thl* year will exceed
Th* Montana Ore l"'i" hn.ii • com
pany haa declared an extra dividend
of II per »har<-. payable, Mar.rh »■
In rleanlne nut the ahaft of the
Houlh iun>—ai. Wlver city. Utah,
whlrh tru abandoned » '"" ■»«'■.
a vein of native copper haa been illk
emrered. At » depth of 71 feet In the
treat cable, Mercur, a led»e haa been
• trip mnayinir Wl ouncea diver and
IS rnld. Kncournulnu reporta are
r,.minK from proM^ctora la the Ce
dar mountain dimrlct. where rich
Ii « of copper I'"1 • ■ bern dtacov
The Batata of Olartatone. Col.,
■,« run Into a Vein I] feet wide, car
rvlnK Bowl value* In (told, allver and
copper. At Kldnra a larfie concen
(ration plant »i»« been erected. The
rprla*. Vllla«e H»ll» and Vlr-
Clnla mlnea alone will be able to
•••ep It fully occupied.
The Chemunß-llelmont properly,
near Central Pll| '"..I. la openln*
up well and will »■•■•" ■■'"•■ a
aleady producer. Pondltlona In ">
Alp* on Quart! hill, where a lurß«
force haa i. .11 employed, aro al«o
favorable, and regular ahlpmenta urn
letters from Cripple Creek confirm
the reports of " rich Blrlk on the
IMnnacle company^ property. HUck
manpnnMio rock. show-In* ■ width of
| V n feet, has linen encountered in a
drift on ii" I*ansln« claim nt a
depth of M feet, which runs J3OOO
to ii,.. ton. BMidM the high (trade
Kir. thai ■■ 11" two fed of ore na
laying from »m to " '" per ton.
HVIIAI'ISi:, N. V.. March 20.—The
Syracuse Tube company, which em
ploy* 800 OpeTfttlvtS, today pMtod .1
police that wnitrii of all employ M
would be advanced 10 pal cent., be-
KinnlnK Immediately. 'iii. concern
ha* an annual output at 2500 tons.
arrived, on* window, the* only one
i ■"• .i.. in.ii . »iia found raised ul.niit
tin. •< feet. The current of air which
i-.'um-d ttimugh praventrd 'In tlmn
fiinn being in.liril, although. th*
"i h. i window* weru ruined.
Ariaiiiii'inriita hh Imliik mail* tv
: I 111. ' 1111 l 'Ii
Oeorge lllitglna, a young man who
llvra at Mi"i l£lghth I . afltM, w««
coming home from a 'In"' Hunday
morning, and passing the church,
BOtll •■ I a dUturlianre Inside; h«
listened and heard glass falling. ll
kiil'l there wer* thin- distinct knocks
Ii r 'ii. ihr glaaa fell. Ha aupiwavd
some of th* members «.t" employ
ed In preparing for th* morning
Services, mil paaanl mi home. £29
Missing Girl Found.
M.n ui.K, March to.— KWanor
I'miirr. Welt*. th« 11l >T«. "li
■eked sin who disappeared laat I'rl
day from tha 10011 of In r aunt, Mra.
Mary Jiiluinoii. at. 371 Wi«l 1331
• mil. *» found yv*t«rday. Hha
had col a |.l«i' at a houa« In Writ
lOSth Kraal aa a chambermaid, but
her mUtrtaa. rtcotnliln* hi-r from
Hi- di-«< rli'il»n In Mm newspaper*,
luriirl her over te tha saStai Her
father, John Welaa, of Trrnlon, N.
J., look her to Ihr Hurl, m |».11.
.■•mil yeaterday. On hi» «lad ni. ill
that hla daughter •»■•» IncorrlKlble,
Ma«lalrate llranr. . ■ .n,n,11 r. .1 »,. , > ,
Hie Houar of the ijo,«l Hh<|>herd
Thoy ftolo Sheep.
NSW VoltK March ».—Thomaa
1.Hi...i, M«|n] I>,>l.- and Ml.hail
Andrra<m i.ii.i.i.-l not KUtlty >.»ti r
il.iy In Ih* e»n*ral »r..i,,m loan In
.llilmriii • haruina* thrm with at«-»l
--line a ah*-*-!) on tb* wmi ald«. They
w«r* remanded tv MM T"inl>» for
Tossed by a Bull.
■■VSTIII HAT. U. 1. Marfh JO —
II i:. K*nn*dy, manacr of th«
country place of •"••ii(«ii- lloyt on
CrnUr Island, la •urrrrlne from a*
\.i- wound* rfr«>lv«<l from being
I r»rr-l by a bull. ll* »aa In on* •>'
th* law n«ld* on Hatwrday and th«
bull rharc'l upon him. f««for« ha
could MNM th* animal lOMNai him
In th* air. Whan h* fell th* bull at
tacked him again. Mr. Kennedy
aavrd hlmtrlf from wore* injurif»
i.> rotllnc over and MM quickly a
number of tlm»*. ll* waa rracu<>d
by other rm|.l..»i I>r. Mall waa
■ummon*d to att#nd him. ll* found
th* neah on Mr K*»n.-il> « atomacb
lacerated In a»v.ral placra. Th*r*
• err a number of l»riiia>'a on hi*
body and other m.riial ln)urv-a
Th* bull ha* b«*a condemned to
drath by th» owner.
To Daman. Eight Hour..
WWm TOHK. March »-Th* local
! union* of the United liroihrrh'MK] of
Carprnter* In fry Otyfl KlUabeth
and Trenton, N. J.. and In New Ito>
chelle, N. T., have decided to make
, a demand for th* eight-hour work
day on Juno 1. Ctrl*** all! be or
dered, wherever th» demand I* re*
fun-1. The llrotherboud carpenter*
'in N*w York and Brooklyn have
: been working under In* eight-hour
workday nil* for Mvcral yean.
II Bequest far Vala.
VI. IIAVIS*. Conn.. March ».—
Th* Yale corporation will devote th*
•M.M* bequeathed by th* lat* Her
bert Kl.»ard. of New York, to the
foundation of a acbolarahip fund In
the wfentme department of th* unl
varalty. Id th* dUpoaltlon of th*
1 mon*y young men from New Uon
■l -n county are. according to the
«I*h of Mr. Stewart, to be rap—i
ally favored. Ilia early horn* was In
He Was Fined $3.
Ni:\V V> >IIX March M.—A mlddl*-
I aged negro, dracrlbln* hlmaelf »■
i Charlea Juno, a farmer of Albany,
I wa* a prUoner y**terday In Ih* K«
'mx Market pollr* snurt, charged
! with being Intoxicated on the liow*
What ficun do you offer* *ald
Mu*lilr:il>' . ntHTtli
"I really bellev* that I labored un
der th* delectcrloua effects at too
much whlaky. Bah." anawereil Jonea.
"Where wan your farm?" MMattM
c.l the maartatrat*.
"night Ju»l next to Wolfert'*
Itrmit. Me- and Senator 11111 will
neighbor* till a ahort time ago," re*
piled th* negro. "A paper up there
..nre ...I that Senator Hill had me
hid under the wood In hla woodpile.
It waa a II*."
ll* wa* fined 13
No Cash, No School.
NOW YOrtK. March M.—The new
■chool hi>ua.. at Murray hill, queen*,
waa not opened yeaterday by the
board of education, aa had been an
nounced laat week. Thl* take*!
h..u«>. and another at Whrteaton*
««rr built »■>• John Slmmona. *
riunhlnK contractor. There In ■ bal
i nnre of 11000 due on tin- building!
nn.l contractor Simmon* locked th*m
HP IK'tlTul 'llO» »««• and Mill hi
would not aurrender the key a until
li. waa paid. Hlmni'inn aatd )•■""
day that he had received aaauranrea
from Hii comptroller'! otTlce that hl>
bill would be paid In the near fu
tin ■•, but what he wna after waa
cash. II waa eald at the olTlre of the
m hi"'l board that Mr iWMM
would be paid off and the •> h'Bii
opened MM Monday,
A Museum Appropriation.
NI7W TORK, March SO.—The
mayor *aye » hearing yeMenlay on
iiiitir 1' 11111 •-11 » hill paaaml by llir
I. i -inlniiiri'. Imreaalnc the appropri
iitliui of the M,u«eum of Natural lll(
--tury tram 1*4.000 to 1130,000 » ypar.
Brnalor l'lunkett and I'rof. Albert I
Hlrkmore ppoln in favor of the m<*a
*ure, and n» one oppontnl It. The
mayor did not announce hla doclalon.
A Persecuted Teacher.
\i:\\ IIAVI3N, Omm., March in.—
Minx Maud llaufT. teacher In a Ml.
<*urmt-l ungraded achool, la In a cri
tical condition at thi- raaMaa of
Selectman Andrewa of thai place In
quanai at what ib daaorlbtd «■
1 ution. Mm »i-ni to t«a< ii la
1; I'.iimrl MhOOl la»l fall, lwint
.l.iiiii.nv ;»li. ■ ■■<1111.11 In. .1 .if n man
who, nh<! «itlil. «■«• forotm hl» at
tantloni hi "ii i" ' l.iirr ntnrli>*
■ran olrouUtad altarkliiK hi»r chnr
Hh« learned of these Kturlm two
mirk* nKO and li»» li.mmi In a hys
terical condition nine.' then. l.«»t
Thursday thu achool committee put
in th- whole day vlajlln« her aohoOl.
Hhe waa progtraii d, sli» k.i > In
t'uiißi'UUeiice •of Hi" nuestlons She
was compelled to answer. on the
■MM evening she I" .>"'■ delirious.
Hht- was put under guard Krt'lay
in,.l severftl limes attempted to sui
cide. Yesterday »ii.- escaped from
in. bruin .in i ■ lad In '■• i ni«nti
ran a mil. through the snow. Hhe
■ waa irai ill by the pin ■•» of her gown
which aim had >"'" "'"' thrown
away, 8h« wax lln.lly found union
minim In a drift of snow. Her life
was saved, but shs la atlll In a eri
tlcal M.ii. The Itev. Mr. Mudl^,
p»*tor of the Mi '•iinnii church, hn«
preferred charces against the '"""
NX« rORK, March 20.—The
ihviiilm [« of Urn fourth I'resbylerl
'an church held a congregational
| meeting last night t'i call a pastor to
succeed Hi- l(> v Joseph II Kerr.
The committee of seven to which the
matter had been referred <■ I'""• '■'
through the chairman, Jamrs A.
CraJit. that II had selected It Hcv.
Jamea Wilbur Chapman, pastor ■'
the llelhany I'rinl.y''' I"'1 chun-h of
Philadelphia. Tin llelhany church
; hUll over 4000 members and Is one
of lh<- larfteat churches of the de
nomination in the country. Among
the pewholden la John Wanamaker.
My a unanimous vole the congre
gation .1. ■ i I. 'I to call Dr. Chapman
and continued the committee of
seven, giving them power to make
i full arrangements as to salary, pro
vided Hi. amount did " not eiceml
Mono a year.
li Is not known whether or not Dr.
Chapman will accept the call.
Abducted a Young Girl.
si w YOTtK, March ».—Malcolm
iMckeraon. the electrician who waa
arrested on the chsrge of abducting ,
IS-year-old Norah «avlll# of North-I
ampton, la . •■> held yesterday In i
MM ball for trial The girl will re
main In the custody of th- Oerry so
ciety. Agent King, of the society,
who arrested IHik.rnon. saya that
Itkkeraon haa two wives living, and
efforts will be made to gather evi
dence for his prosecution for big
Fowl* Fly North.
MII»l>M-n>>\VS X. Y. March JO.
—Thousands of ducks and *«•• are
passing over thin town, bound north,
during the past two or three days.
The lea haa gone out or llaaba'a Kill
an.l Oooee I'ond. near Wesbronkvtlle,
and hunter* have had «i.1.-n.ll*l suc
cess there, large flocks of ducks hav
ing aetlled there to rest and feed.
A. B. Hilton's Income.
KBW.TOHK, March ».—Mrs. Al
bert It Hilton waa examined In her
i nusband'a bankruptcy proceedings
before Hrfere* il-ion at 41 r.»».|-
way yeatenlay afternoon. In reply
i<< <|uMll<>n» »he »«l-J (hat »he was
ln'»lre<ii r tl icane.l In the real entail
business at V* Broadway Her hu«
(■and oil her afrnt. but she. paid
him no salary.
"How do you arrange a* In the, In
■MM from your buatness?" she was
There Is no Income: not en .u«h
to pay clerk hlr»." replied tb* wlt
"How do you know?"
"1 have «lven money to par •«•
Isn't It a fact. lira Hilton, that
you know nothing if lhu htutneaa.
and that, aa a matter of fact, your
husband •Imply uses your name?"
"Tea. that la a fact."
"And y»u never «et any money
! from the bustm-aa?"
-Non* at all
Mrs. Hilton waa then eicused. A
claim nt $1190 made by W. J. R.
Prutchey waa allowed a«alnst Mr.
Against Sugar Importer*.
NKW T<>HK. March JO.—A dccl
• I m of the rnlti-.t «UI« board of
general appratiwrß of Importance to
the »utrar trui* wan made public
yeaterday, II overrules th» protect
at ltartram Hroth«-r«. ■ 11. Ilowell,
Hon * <•' . and the American Huir»r
Itritriinji company against th* tariff
rates aan«-»e«! up on sugar according
1., the polartseope tut under dM »'l
gar schedule of the tariff art of July
14. IW7. Th* Importers maintain^
that the t«-«m were defK-tlve, «nd
that the term "tMWI by the pol«ri
•rope" found In the tariff law, mud
be i niirn r<l to moan the uaua]
commercial polarlaeop* I«'»l •" re
i-i>«nltr<l ami accepted In the trade
prior to the paaaaire of the act.
For Naval Apprentices.
\VASHIN<;T' March ».—To
provide accommodatlona for th* ad
ditional naval apprentice* authorla
ed under the limt naval appropria
tion hill, which Inereaaed their num
ber from IM to MOO, the navy de
partment will aoon award conlracta
f >r the construction of IMMM bar
rarka on CV>a»ter'a Inland. Newport,
capable of quarterlnK over 1000 baft
There la an appropriation available
of ll»S,OOft with which the project
will be carried out, and It la propoa
ed to erect large. »übntantlal atruc-
MM of graceful 'imlKn and equip
ped with all appllancea for caring
properly for 'hi* yimne men. l"x
I>erlence ha» ahown that the appren
tice l>oya make the beet cloaa of
m-aim In the navy.
A Clothing Trust.
NKW Yi'HK. March *>.—A cloth-
Ing tru«t la In proceaa of formation
In thla city. It will be Incorporated
under New Jeraey lawa aa the Am
erican Clothing Manufacturing com
pany, with a capital at»ck of 1100.-
OOO.onO, part of I per cent, preferred
and the balance I— alock. Out
of the fifty clothing manufacturing
conrcrna In Cincinnati, a doien are
expected t.i Join the rumlilno at
There will be ISO different firm* In
the United S'.ii.i rrprenented out of
the 700. l^aat year th..».- rirma pro
duced about ttOO.OOO.OfIO worth of
clothing their annual output
amounting la about >s,ono,fl<*l or 140,-
OOO.flOfl of capital represented.
lmmrnio 1 rconomtca i»ri> antlrt
pateil from thla combine. Including
tS.OMI.OOO In aelllnß cxpenaea, 118.090,
000 In the jiurchaae, of supplies, and
aa much more In the mnlntenance of
regular prices, and mcereKntlng over
Membera Hloom nil. Rchi-uer, of
the firm of Mayor, Schouer, Offni-r
& Co., are locnl members of the
Furnur (with wife »nd Inn chll
jlri-ni— How much fir tlrkttn for tho
Hallway Ticket Seller—net ween I
ami 12, half fur.v
Farmer—<Joa darn It' Mandy, we"ll
hey tew wait till termorrer—lt'a half
put 11 Urooklyn Life.
U. S. Will Take a
GETJ mi: vim OP VOTERS
Priliminii) Map Taken for the
future Government of th» .
WAMIINOTON, March V> - Th.
The war department h«» decided to
take a rpnixiic of t >»•- jwipulatlun of
Cuba, with the object of .Main
line lie niiiiil" ■ of male cltlsena who
are' qualified to ■••In genrral
election. Thl» step In preparatory to
action that might b« taken by con
)ri.«« authorising the settlement of
Hi- question of the future govern
ni-ni of the .-:.■•: by popular vote.
lor directing Hi" establishment of i
I kfiflai iv<- ««»-:nt'ly while <*utia re
malna un-lt-r American control. Ai
far mm possible the Island will le«aen
I military rule In the Island In favor
of a .miff- liberal form of govern*
ment. largely civil In character. The
foiled Hiat.a have not r«-<ofnla»-<l
the so-called Cuban assembly and 'I I
.in. Intend U> do M Any action that
may be taken by the government In
regard to the exercise of civil auth
ority In Cuba will be Instituted with',
out reference to the present assent-
My, which, as ilen. Ooraei said In
his letter accepting the action of the
assembly In deposing him from the
command of the Cuban force*. Is a
military and not a civil body, having
been elected by the army of libera
tion, (/j S
American Grave in Carolines.
Tha foltowlns epitaph la over ! a
rravi' In the Caroline lalanda. which
• Serman diplomacy «• aa trylnir to
wreat from Hpaln. It would aeem
to ahow that th.- Untied Rtatet had
pre-empted the mill. . ;
Hacred to Wllin. OWN*
ttoat ftleerer of the HHtl" '
rial.Nt reorc* of New DKD ;
ford who liy the Will nt
Almlh-hty *od, ;
<ni alvlrlllery Injlrn] by •
Off this Hand on
It Mnrth l««0
aim. to *" -
I>e<]ro Rtbanaa of Guam
4lh UaTe drouwned on
the SAMK t>at« hla
Hack broken by \SII.VLB
Took Paris Crten.
MJ TORK, March SO.— Mr». B.
Rrhauk. M years old, of I Hiat
Houston street, killed herself laat
nlcht at her home by taklnc I'arla
itrn-n. She mi th* widow of a
special MM at Miner's- theater.
Hhe waa known Ml the Ilowery
aa "llic I>ou." Hrhauk died (our
weeks id. It-.-hi t over bis »th
caused the widow's attempt at sui
cide. Bh« left four letters to various
relatives explaining the motive for
her act. and asklnc them to take
care of her four children. She waa
hurried In an ambulance to Hellevue. •
hospital, but died there a short time
In the room of Mr* Bchauk when
she took poison was a pet water
•panlel. He l"-ran to bark' and
scratch at the door as'she writhed
there In pain alone. Thla attracted
the attention of neighbors who aum
moned th* police. . •
Cecil Rhodes' Suecems. .
lnrui.lN. March K),—Th<re la rea
son to believe that Mr. Cecil Rhodes,,
the South African financier, will
succeed In hla tira;ollatlonii with the
Kmperor for permission to construct
the Ope Town-Cairo railway by th*
route ihrmirh (ierman East Afri
ca. Mr Hho<li-« will have another .
audience with his majesty tomorrow. .
The Kmperor. Chancellor yon Ho.
hrnlohe. 11 -i r yon lluclow, minister
of forelirn nfTnlra, an I Mr Rhodra
will be the truest* of Sir Frank I-a»
cellea. the llrltlsh ambasaador, at a
dinner tomorrow evening. •
Happy : ;}■
Always looks for this
combination. The ex
perienced buyers know
that this store combines
these three factors irr
every single pair of its
Strongttt lop Colt Mbuil In (hi Slat*.
F-Ir»t Ay*,, oor. Columbia
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