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THE MAMON DAILY MIRROR, THURSDAJAM . 3, .11)1)7
35 ARE DEAD
a Collision on the
Rock island Road.
Hit- ; , .
AT VOLLAND, KAN.
-the Victims Were Pinned in the
N Wreckage and Burned to Death (
Injured Number 55.
Topeka, Kan., Jan. 3. Thirty-five
persona, all Mexicans but three, were
Skilled, U5 persons were Injured and
.nodlca or 30 Mexicans wero Inciner
,ated early Wednesday In a head-on
'collision of two passenger trains ol
the Rod: Island railroad near Volland.
TJie wreck occurred while both trains
wore running slowly on a curve In u
cut where tho grudo was steep.
..ull the killed wero In the south
bound train except a tramp who was
ViA- the baggage car of tho northbound
train. Thin tramp, a negro porter and
u workman accompanying a gang of 32
Mexican laborers wero the only Amer
icans killed so far ao known, although
a passenger says that a woman and a
child wero burned In a tourist car.
' There wero 32 Mexicans and five
Americans, composing a gang of rail
rbnd workers, In the smoking car of
the southbound train. Of these, 30
Mexicans were burned in the wreck
age and two died later.
Most of the Injuries wero due to tho
setting of the emergency brakes. Most
avery passenger in the southbound
train twas thrown to the floor by the
quick setting of tho brakes. The north
bound train was running ten miles an
hour up grade. Tho Mexicans were
Oilnloned under the seats and tho
Uoors wero Jammed so they could not
get out. In tho chair car many pas3cn
gbrs: wero held down by the senta.
The train caught tiro from the gas
tinks, which were broken. Tho pas
sengers In the rear coaches escaped
In night clothes and dressed beside
the track. Then came the cries for
help among the Mexicans In the smok
lrig car and the people pinned fast In
the chair car. Every man and nearly
erery woman, on the train tried to
rescue the unfortunates, but tho
flames soon became too hot to permit
of approaching the car.
i .John Lynes, 19 years old, telegraph
v operator at Volland, who let the
southbound train get by his station
Mitre It was'to' pass the northbound
train, gave tho following statement be-'m-e
being taken to Jail:
V"I had been awake all night and was
yoer. At about 4 or 5 o'clock this
y .doming the dispatcher gave mo1 four
orders; one was ror the northbound
train to meet two tralnB at Volland,
Instead of at Alta Vista, as previously
arranged. Tho southbound train
headed Into a switch and let one train
pass, backed out of the switch and
headed down the malu lino without
waiting for tho other train. I thought
it was going to stop to take water, as
trains have been doing, but Instead It
went by at about ten miles an hour.
The southbound board was at 'Danger'
according to the lever In tho office,
but the train did not stop, and I ran
out with my lantern, but with two
swings across the track, it went out. I
then ran to the pump house, grabbing
the pumper's lantern, waved a few
times and It also went out. I also
called the pumper, telling him. what
had happened. I went back and told
the dispatcher that the southbound
train was by, and we waited to see if
it was going to come back or hit tho
northbound train. I told the dis
patcher that 1 was coming to Topeka,
and was trying to get there when ar
rested." Brands Them as Traitors.
Columbus, O.f Jan. 3. Dealers and
manufacturers who lend their skill to
the adulteration of foods and drugs
are branded as "traitors to their coun
try" by State Dairy and Food Com
missioner Aukeny In his annual re
port. Ho urges that the stato laws bo
made to conform to the now national
pure food law. Hu says the depart
ment is helpless to deul with many
proprietary medicines now on tho
market and urges that Ohio set tho
paco In regulating the sale of these
J . i
'' . Suicided In Jail.
Owatanna, Minn., Jan. 3. Fred
Zimmerman, accused of shooting Mrs.
Quam at her home In this city last
Thursday evening, committed uuicido
Tuesday night by hanging himself In
his cell In the county Jail. Zimmer
man shot at his own wife, who had left f
him and taken refugo In the Quam
home, but, the bullet struck Mrs.
Golfer's Corpse Is Found In a Lake,
New York, Jan. 3A-Tue body ol
ltobfcrt Duulop, u hofed Scotch profes
tional golfer, was found Wednesday
,ln, the dake In Vau Cortland park.
Duhlop had been missing for several
weoks, and his. body had been In the
water for at least a week. He was
about 37 years- old. , ,
A Surplus of $9,275,000.
Washington, Jan. 3. The monthly
statement of tho government receipts
and expenditures. bIiowb that for Do
cemuon' 1900,' the receipts wero $55,
812,079 and' tho expenditures $46,537,
580, leaving a surplus for the month
Of $9,275,000. '
Flftesp Miners Were Killed.
Columbus, O., Jan. 3. Tho report ol
thje state rttln'o Inspector for'Decembei
shows) that 15 miners lost their lives
In Ohiodcrlng tho month. Of these
nine were d,UQ .to caving In of eertt
,&ad nick upon the men.
A primrose by a river's brim,
A yellow primrose was to him,
And It was nothtug more.
In a fight at Pino Top, Ky Harrison
Olnn,. Wnllu lto,.lo .....I ll'nllo.
ww'Ci .nwi uuna uim T unci
Thomas was killed and several
ers were wounded.
At the closo of the year 190G thfiKA , ,;,,, nn ,
total circulation of national bank
written for the New York Journul ol
Commerce, declares n great Industrial
crlsiB is due and thero are many Imll
cations of its' being Imminent.
Whllo Gw. A. H. Chaffee nnd his
family wero at dinner nn ipiknown
man entered tho tipper story of the
Chnffeo home,. at Loh Angeles, Cal.,
and stole Jewelry valued at $1,000.
The mates, deckhands and firemen
employed by tho vailous coal' compu
nlcs opcratlng boats In tho Pittsburg
harbor have struck for an Increase
In wages averaging about 13 per cent.
Tho federal court of appeals has af
firmed the Judgment of tho lower
court In the case of Henry G. Goll, the
cashier of the -First National Hank' ol
Milwaukee, who was sent to the peni
tentiary for defalcation.
A thousand Turkish soldiers, the
remnant of nobut 4,000 sent to the
Nejd peninsula two years ago. to sup
press, the Arab revolt, have returned
to Bassorah, Asiatic Turkey, In a de
plorable condition. Over 2,000 of their
comrades died of disease or stsrvatlon
.aud the rest deserted.
Lost Jewels are Recovered.
Savannah, Ga., Man. 3. Jewols
valued at $50,000 were recovered Tues
day by the Atlantic Coast Lino aud
will be sent to Dloonyslus Miranda, a
Cuban who Is awaiting their arrival at
Jacksonville, Fla. Miranda and his
wife left New York December 31.
They had a satchel containing the Jow
els. At Jacksonville they complained
of the loss of the Jewols. Two of their
fellow passengers, a woman and her
duughter, were arrested but subse
quently released. The Jewols wore
found In tho closet of a car, where
they had been left by the thief to be
Lunatic Shot at Governor's Daughter.
Laporte, Ind., Jan. 3. Mrs, Harry C.
Garman, wife of an Instructor at Pur
duo university and daughter of Gov.
Hanly, was shot at Wednesday by
William Coe, whose actions recently
havo indicated nn unbalanced mind,
Coe used n shotgun. Several shot
penetrated Mrs. barman's coat, but
she. escaped Injury. Several shot also
struck Prof. Garman, but did no harm.
Coo's team had been frightened re
cently by Garman and his father and
Coe threatened to. get even. Coe is
now In jail.
A Pittsburg Capitalist Dies.
Pittsburg, Jnn. 3. James H. Wll
lock S3 years old, former president ol .
the Second natlonl hank tuul a direct
or In over 40 corporations, died ut hie
home here last night. Mr. Wlllock
was a brother-in-law of the lato B. P.
Jones, of the Jones & I.aughlln Steel
Joseph K. McCammon Dies.
Washington, Jan. 3. 'Joseph K. Mo
Common, formerly of Philadelphia;
once assistant attorney general of the
United Stutes, commissioner of rail
roads during Hayes' admlnlstratlou
nnd prominent us a lawyer lu this city,
died at his home here last night.
Engineers Demand More Pay.
Chicago, Jnn. 3. Demands on all
the railroads operating "west of Chi-
cago ror an increase' in wages and an
eight-hour day woremado Wednesday
by 57,000 locomotive engineers; The
railroad managers will reply to-day:
Bulgsi Ian , Railroaders Strike. 1
Sofia, Bulgaria, Jan. 3. Tho em
ployes of the ntate railroads have
gono out on strlko because of the re
fusal of their demands for Increased
Gans and Brltt are Matched.
Tonopah, Nov., Jan. 3. Ben Sellg
acting for Joo GanS, artd M, M: BIley,
on uenuii ui 1110 ,uHiiiu Ainieuc ciuu, t
have signed articles for p finish flghl'
botweon Joo Gans aud Jimmy Brltt
Tho purse Is to be $2D,000, 60 per cent .
to the winner nnd 40 to tho loser.
Made an Equal Division.
Philadelphia, Jan. , 3, Counaol
the estate of tho late A. J. Cassntt Is 1
sued a statement Wednesday to the
effect that Mr. Cassatt by hla will lefl
uim uiuire uimiu in .oijum snwrea u
lira. Cassatt nnd his three chlldreii.
'F ' ,il4 I T-.T t
una. circulation or nai iona i oarm 0I1 behalf of tho entire' 1.200
vear TrS' ' g thdned Wednesday by Judge
a... . t'-.V i .. . The people' who, secured the b
. J.t.UyV8,ant ., lB '?, ? Btatemcn ' ,,,' MlMibn and the Wooi
LOOKS TO THEM.
Two Can Sue on Behalf of All.
Cleveland, Jan. 3. Tho right of two
rt tint 1 OA1 Wnridtfm fionnln wlwi
.., , ' , , ,10 .' ,',
,"'"'u " """'" Tu,uuv, iu ov..i ..
glass factory for tho town, which,
after being operated only a year, was
sold nut to the trust and has not sines
..... ,.wi,. .. .,' n..,, ' .
Ull UUIIIII1 Ml 11IU UIUIIU i. .mo niio-
... ,. , n.i- ,., i,v ii.
, Jltj v uj nuut nt vu uiuiiuj uivi .muii
that tho glass factory should navo
been operated right along Instead' of
merely a year.
A Mysterious Assault.
Dayton, p., Jan. 3. Miss Margaret
Itooso Is suffering from the effects .of
a mysterious nssuult. New Year's ovo
sho atteud6d a watch party at the
homo of Tdny Brnnett. She stepped
outside of tho house and did not re
turn. A party went In search of her
and found the woman gagged aud
bound to u tree. Miss Hoose says she
was attacked by a man who bound and
gagged her but did not criminally as-
! eault her. On account of tho Oilman
murder the case is attracting much
Lost a Race with Death.
Bowling Green, 0 Jan. 3. In a
race with death to this city, MIsb Edna
Mick; of Toledo, lost, Tuesday night.
Chester Henry, a brnkeman on the
Ohio Contral, whom sho was to marry
on -January 18, fell beneath the wheels
or n Ire'Biu New Years nignt, near
."Yr. u". ml ' ,". . . . 1 TT1"'-
ut uoi uvujgim -auiuuu, 1U 111 DUI1U Ul
all offorts to prolong his llfo untfl sho )
arrived, he died 15 minutes before sho
Brig. Gen. George Bell Dies.
Washington, Jan. 3. Brig. Gen.
Georgo Bell, U. SI A., retired, died ut
his residence hero Wednesday. Ho
was a native of Maryland and Krada-1
ated from tho mllltaVy academy In
1853. He was breveted four times for
gallant conduct during the civil war.
A Disastrous Flood.
Madlsc-nvlllo, Ky Jan. 3. The dam
of the big artificial lako at Karllngtou,
foili-'inllftsouth of tliiB city, broke
Weduesrta'yV Tho flood destroyed
ryuch propertyi'lncludlng several uu
A Shooting at a Wedding.
La Grange, On., Jan. 3. Frank M.
nidley, jrl, of La Grange, was shot
Weduosday-by Harvey Hill, of Atlanta.1
The shooting occurred at the wedding
of Miss Lille Illdloy, a cousin of tho
wounded man, whllo tho guests wore'1 1
pressing, forward to extend congrntu-1 '
latloiis. Hill has been arrested. Mr, I
Rldloy's wound Is not necessarily fa-!
tal. Harvey Hill is one of tho most'
prominent men in Atlauta. Ho Is
connected with ono of tho most promt
inmiiies or ueorgla, and Is a
grandson of ex-Senator Ben Hill,
Illdloy bolongs to a very promlnoul
A Holdup Man Is Arrested.
Richmond, Vu., Jan. 3. J, C. An-;
drews was arrested Wednesday ut i
Acca station, near Richmond, as the
robber who held up tho Seaboard All
Line train noar La Crosse, Va., last
Sunday night and relieved n number
of Pullman car passcngors of thcli
valuables, securing about $1,000 worth
of booty. Ho was Identified by the
conductor nnd porter of tho train.
The penalty for tho offense may be
doath, iindor tho laws of Virginia, In
the discretion of tho Jury
Will Probably Extend the Strike.
Peoria, III., 'Jan. 3. The executive
committee bf tho Brotherhood of Loco-
mritlvn d'li-pinnn lu In uAiiuUin nmiDl,i.,n.
ing the:' extension of the Texas and t
Loulsluna strlko to. all railroads open
uieu oy i!j. 11, iiarrimnn. it is sa Id ,
that tho brotherhood will muko
sovere thrust at the Har'rlmon system
In a fe'w days.
McCrea Succeeds Cassatt.
Philadelphia, Jan. 3. James Mc
Crea, of Pittsburg, first vice presldonl
or, tne 1'ennsy van a lines west ol
PittshurK. was on Wednesday elected
president of tho Pennsylvania Kail
road Co. by tho directors of tho lattei
1 .i. . j .. ..
corporation, to succeud tho lato A. J.
Hughes Recommends a Recount
Albany, N, Y., Jan. 3. Oov. Hughes
In his message' fo the legislature
Wednesday, recommended a rccounl
of the . votM cast for tiaywr In tbi
ticarst-McClollan election of 1905.
A GRUESOME DISCOVERY.
Morgue 'KecpeH Finds Portions of
Several Victims of, the Terra Cotta
' Disaster Ground Into One Mass.
Washington, Jan.. 3.ln an endeavor
to Identify' the 'mangled bodlos of vic
tims of the Terra' Cotta wreck of last
Sunday night, n gruesome discovery
was made Wednesday nt tho morgue.
What was supposed to be the mangled
bbdy of a man. attired In a suit of
"pepper and salt" proved to be tho
composite remains .of several of tho
unfortunates who died In the Sunday
evening horror- .The" moruue master,
had all the pile of human flesh nnd
pnrts which had been gathered ril tho
wreck removed to tho "dead room" In
an effort to establish Identity. When
he delved Into It he found a. piece of a
baby's skull, a man's foot, badly
crushed nnd encased In a shoe; tho
hand of a woman and a portion of a
human face; also fingers,, toes and
other parts of women and children's
bodlos and those of men, all ground
into tho black coal dust and with
pieces of garments mixed In tho mass.
An investigation to ascertain the
cause and fix the responsibility for
the wreck on tho Baltimore & Ohio
railroad at Terra Cottn last Sunday
night, was begun here Wednesday be
fore a coroner's Jury. Tho principal
witnesses wero threo officials of tho
road, none of whom' could glvo any
reason for tho wreck. Nearly 50 wit
nesses have beou summoned and tho
Inquiry promises to occupy the enttie
Can't Lay Tr.nck on the Street.
Clevela id, Jan. 3. By a ruling of
Judgo lleucom on Wednesday, tho
Forest City Rnllroad Co. was .tlenled
the use of Superior avenue 'for tho
construction of a separate "track-for
Its cars. Tho conipanyrs attorneys
said that they would remove tho temporary-
tracks already laid, and soon
began to carry out this promise
Is Declared to he Legally Dead.
Columbus, O., Jan. 3. Ex-Sherlfl
Wheeler J. Young, who disappeared on
December 31, 1899, was on Wednesday
declared to bo legally dead by the pro
bato court and an administrator was
appointed for his estate which con
sists of n farm of 105 acres and uncol
lected fees In tho sheriff's office
amounting- to $15,000.
Prominent Springfield Citizen Dies.
Sprlnglleld, O., Jan. 3. A. It. Lud
low; n' pioneer manufacturer of Iron
and lator a millionaire manufucturei
of agricultural Implements, died Wed
nesday, In his 81st year. Ho. was n
prominent temperance agitator 3C
years ago and ran for governor lu
DRINKS POtSON AND '
RUNS TO MORGUE
Machinist Tries to 8aveTrouble, , bift
a Friend Balks Good Inten
tions. Philadelphia. Having drunk car
bolic acid, Gordon Bates sat down
upon the steps of tho morgue to die.
This unique action seemed to speak
moro strongly than any words that
he might havo written. or iiald that
hu desired to lessen, us-far an was In
his nowor. thn ti-nnliio Mint bin fat.il
draught would bo la others. But his
death was slower than he had cal
culated, so that after, all his fore
thought he traveled to" the morguo by
way of tho Hahnemann hospital.
Bates, who was 39 years old, and
lived In Wood street, a half block
from tho morguo, thought ho was
going to die from consumption. Sev
ern! friends and relatives had gone
that way, and he became dally mora
lonely und despondent. Finally, bar
ing nerved himself to the final strug
gle, he drew from his pocket 'a' bottle
He Ran to the Morgue to Die.
lull of cnrbollo acld.Vaud tossed of
tho contents, whllo standing vcar his
landlady,.-Mra. Annie Brogan, whoso
husband,. fCoruellus, died "from c6n
sumption a couplo of -months ago.
airs,. Brogan, In hor effort 'to pre-'
Vtnt' ,,lB swallowl"B t poison,' was
BOVfe''e'y hurned upon the arms by
"'"" "' ",u iui
"Now I'm going down to th
moigue," wore the man's parting
words, as Buffering the first agony of
tho death struggle, ho ran from tho
' Ho had Just sunk unon tho steps of
the morgue, when oi.a of his friends,
Malcolm Cochran, u plumber, came up
and askod him what was the mat
ter. .'Tvo juat drank poison, and I'ni dy
Ing," was the response. And tho next
mlhute ho sank Into a stupor that
presently ended In death on tho way
to tho hospital,
Bptos, who was a machinist at Bald
win's) caniB here from Hlllvllle. Wni
ren county)iNew York, two years ago.
His only known relatives are' two ni.
tors in that place. ""'V
For a Week Is a Sena
Is Heeded by the Republican Legis
lators of Michigan-Some Ugly..
Charges are to be Probed.
Lansing, Mich.,. Jnn, 3. After n 15
minutes' session tho republican cat
ens of stato representatives and sen
ators to 'nominate, n candidate for
United States senutor to succeed Sen
ator Kussell A. Alger, ndjournud last
night, for one weelf without balloting
on uny of tho candidates for tho office.
Tho adjournment was the direct, result
of a communlcntloM Issued by Gov.
Warner from his homo nt Farming
ton, where he Is conllned to his bed
by a severo attack of influenza.
Gov. Warner in Tilo published state
ment declared that tho caucus should
adjourn without nctlou -In order to
give time for Investigation of rumors
of improper methods employed In ad
vancing the candidacy of Arthur Hill,
Thero aro four avowed candidates
for the Bonatorslilp- William C. Mc
Millan, of Detroit; Congressman Will
iam Alrten Smith, of Grand Rapids;
Ml'. Hill, of Saginaw, and Congress'
man Charles 13. Townsend, of Jackson.
Supporters of all four of the candi
dates agreed to tho plan of adjourn
ment. Detroit, Jan. 3; William C. McMil
lan, ono of the four candidates for
senator, Is confined to his bed at his
homo here by nn nttack of Influenza
and his physician docs not expect him
to bo able to go t'j Lansing beforo next
Legislature Elcctc Floyd Governor.
Concord, N. II., Jnn. 3. Charles M.
FIdyd, of Manchester,, republican, was
elected governor of New Hnmpshiro
by tho legislature at tho opening ses
sion of that body Wodnecduy and will
be Inaugurated to-day. Tho cholco of
a governor by tho legislature was
made necessary by tho failure of any
candidate nt the November election to
securu a majority of votes. Mn Floyd,
who was thti leading candidate, lacked
upwurds of a hundred of tho number
needed to elect.
Decrease In Public Debt.
Washington, Jan. 3. Tho monthly
statement of tho public debt shows
Unit at the closo of business December
31, 19UC, tho debt, less cash in thn
treasury, amounted to $940,071,777.
which Is a decrease for the month of
I. 1 i
Veteran's Modest Request.
Columbus, O., Jnn. 3. An old sol
dlor llvlni; at Lowell, b., writes the
govornor, making a very simple ro
quest. All ho wants tho governor t(
do Is havo thn law amended no hi
can ilsh in tho Muskingum river will
a trot llw. '
A "FUGIO" DOLLAR OF 1776.
It Is Made of Tin nnd Is Exceedingly
Kansas City. A "Fuglo" dollar n
owned by Eugene A Martin, of Pat
tonsburg, Mo. This dollar Is mado of
The "Fuglo" Dollar.
tin.' It was coined In 1770. Upon one
side In: s
"Continental Currency, 1770." A
aim dial, tho word "Fuglo," and tho
words: "Mind Your Own Business."
Upon .tho other sldo Is tjio Inscrip
tion: "American Connress. Wo Are
Ono." This Itt nurmunded by a, chain
of 13 links, each hearing the name of
bite ot'tlio 13 colonies.,
... Kiss Causes Suicide.
Courtship in Spain Is regluated by
thu strictest otiquulto, As Is ' woll
known, a young man Is novor loft
alono with his fiancee, Near Malaga n
beautiful girl of 20 has Just committed
suicide by drinking a cup of coffeo In
which phosphorus had been dissolved,
Ituppears that tho girl hud boon
driven to the deed ty tho advorso
comments of neighbor.,, who bocaino
aware Unit she bad ufven Uer siweet
loart a klua. . ' T
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Tventy.thrce Years of icnywith
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If you tried a no-ciiii(i .
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also that wo ar rtmnljiK noyiak of
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Head how era'efur.thlB, iJUIforer to I
to the Pyramid PIloEcift nttAJthvie -
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over iiEOil. I had nlmo.it. An a'.i
hope of eve- getting an,' reniPdy that
would help mo until I tried Pyramid
Pile Cure. I believe they will en' tro
lly euro mo If I rontlnli" their up,
which '1 Intend dolus r.o lolij; A", 1
can get monoy to pay for thorn. I d
not think anyone over sniftered vcryA
much more than I have nt tlmco.
Then would ho no norvoim I cidld
not. get any easo 1" any poaltlan I
could plate myself.
I cannot express my gratitude for
the good your medlclnn Ins doll"
mo. I will continue to tell my
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mn Hudcnh.imcr, Bedford, Ind." ,
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the inflamed membrane and stait yen
on tho way to ho.ilth. After you Invo
used tho qntnplo go in the driigfjint
for a fiO cent lw:c of "The remedy,
which co'ntnliia supponltork's Junl lll:o
tl sample wn aro sanding you. Write
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WEBD A LOW CHURCHMAN.
New Bhhop of Milwaukee Dleccce to
Dlspcnso with Showy Service.
Milwaukee. Tho elevation of Bishon
Coadjutor Walter W. AVohh to- tho'S
head of tho Milwaukee, dioceso means
a certain, thoiishiuBpstoirtaUous stdp!
backward from UiWcouW'tcfward tho '
adoption In tho westbrtVeiWgh cliurcl
rlt.js so long adiibcat'whfo'yl tho late
With the crownlarjosf Jpfeop Webb
xvtl como tho llrst.'oiti'o'Jfc,ei church
ceiemonios. Bishop;7 'Wlcpol30)i had
long been, wlthtiBfsnoiHttvaflon, of
Kond flu Lao, d'devo'feothe high
church crusade.' (jtsh$G'rfton even
wqrhed for an alliance wljli the Greek
V'u'tliollo church, Bishop Nicholson
was not qulto bo radical, but ho was
sufficiently advanced to havo cere
BI8HOP W. W. WEBB.
(Nw Wisconsin Prelate Opposed to
High Church Rites.)
monies in his cathedral so formal Uiul,
but for tho lunguaBo.ln which tho serv
lco wno Intoned, thero would ho little
difference from tho Human Catholic
Bishop Webb did not sympathize
with this movement. Ills idea is a
more missionary spirit in tho church
a getting down to the common people
rather than an appeal to tho woalthler
folk by an cxtravagunco in ritual and
Bishop Webb was Philadelphia born,
aud graduatod from tho Uulvorsity of
Pennsylvania. Then ho wont to Now
England, first as a student at Trinity
college, Hartford, Conn.; then to tho
Berkcloy Divinity jschnol.'fiiHfo" was or
dalned to tho doacoiiaTo-.'bytiio bishop
of Now Hampshire,' asd.ateirielovatt'd
to tho prlosthood&byUuie'S'u'lshop of
Connecticut. ,. ; Jjfi
Ho had hopod bvorU?lnr,tiio Maine
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gollsts, Phlladolphl-tt idter became
rector of St. Ellaiara'Mlml9G:i" ho
camo west as a
seminary. A year
pckt't the low
the clergy with tM
churchmen In thajalt
vanced to chargo'of t!
N0W1 he la ad
Girls Debt 10
7iishtors can never
ore ot tholr fath,era, Iflautu-
' THE FLOUR bythetm-)
inri of which you itti
value received. It is bc
cominji ntnro popularpJ
every day because it has;
all the points uhlchtjo.to
make a good flour andv
the prico it riijht.
$1.15 Per Sack
at all grocers made, by
Marion Milling &
Low Prices on Clothing
Wo flro makinr excoptlonally low,
kpvicaj on all winlcr weight clotli-
tii2 and furnlsliiiifis. January , clear
a'neo prJccs all over tlfc'ntnro. Como
in'sr.il eqo for yonreolf.
I. H. Hayfer&Co.
Cto'lifnq,, Fnrnfshinq Gnndx, Shoes
Opp Lower 10c Ham N, Main St.
There is one thing
this co nee rn
makes an extra
Whatever is best in
coal mine prc-atio
tion ;we make. ' ac
cessible to our pa
est delivery r,
A special coal for the cheery
The best anthracite the Lehigh
Valley can turn out
Tho soil coals of Ohio, West
Violin!,! and Kentucky.
You get coal satisfaction here,
and it costs no more than else
I I SELL J
X Boiling Moat from 4 to 7c, i
2 Hcoi btoftK for 10c, lie and 7
1 2c because I do notttave v
Citizens Phone J). 17
J Elm Street Meat Market '
I.EAnN SHORTHAND at
thq Most Succesiful -Com-mercial
Shovtliaml will cnablo , you
to, cum a largo ualary aiiil
give you a profession that in
r,ofc crowded. No school in tho
tfoufltry trains mtch ' a 'largo
per cent of Its ctudent3 to'
hold gocd positions as tlio
Lima Bmilncs3 Oollbgo, Wo
idiallongo comparlnon. Tlfty
students lilacod nlnco Septem
ber 1. Npw 'term opoiw Janu-.
ary 2. Employment furnished,
to mcot oxponsos' and ono-liaf
I'of information, 'address :I.
r. OI.EM; Socrotary Lima, Qu
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