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Phones Houio 210; 13ell 177.
L'ffcct Jan. 1, 1907.
1'Tor further Information regardlug
trains, call Information operator,
Low round trip rales now ou sale
daily to Jacksonville, St. Augustine
And many oilier Florida points.
TeAas and Virginia and New Or
leans ntid one lmndicd other south;,
'Ask THE Man"
How muck time- you save by going
I CAN SELL
Your Real Estate or Business
No Matter Whoro Located.
Properties and Business of(all kinds
sold quickly for cash in all parts
of tho United States. Don't wait.
Write today describing what you
bftvc to soil and give dash price on
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Es
tftto anywhero at any prlco writo
te your requirements, I cau savo
you time and money.
1UVID P. TAPP,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avonue
We moVe and store
your goods and do
If of transfer
wrk. Phone 155.
rtOPLES TRANSFER CO
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The Prisoner is Irritated Over the Slow Progress Which is
Being Made Jerome has Ten More Challpnges but He
Will not Take Advantage of the Defence.
New York, Feb. I. Mysterloua
conference between counsel for the
Httitc ami the defense today, mibstan.
Hale the report that one or mora
Juiors will be dropped fiom tlio
jury no being selected In try, Har
ry Thaw for killing Munt'ord While.
blstrlct Attorney .Icromo is liav.
Ing cerUiln talesmen shadowed and
a score of sleuths' wot kins; to prevejit
any talesmen being tampered with.
The Jury box will hardly be filled
before afternoon and when twelve
men are finally selected, an adjourn
ment will be taken until Monday.
Harry Thaw displayed 'much Irri
tation today over the slow proxies!
of the ease and objected strongly to
IiIh counsel over the jurymen elim
ination tactics of Jerome.
All members of the Thaw party
except Mrs. AVllllam Tltaw, the
mother, were In court today. Mrs.
SAYS THE CHINESE ARE NOT
READY FOR SELFGOVERNMENT
Every Obstacle is Thrown in Path of Those Advocating
Reforms-Students Returning From Japan are Arrest
ed as Soon as They Set Foot in China and arc
Turned Over to the Authorities,
Washington, l'eb. 1. AVilh tho
view to paving tl.e way for tlio
constitutional govornucnl. the Chi
nese authorities have issued tele
graphic iiislruclions to tlio var
ious viceroy?, gincntoi.s and Tar
tar general throughout Hhe umpire
to give expression to their views on
According to the dispatch ru
ceied at the stale department from
Miu'ldcr Kockhill daily conference
aro iljuiiur held in J'ckin to further
perfect Hie nioiiMircv julopted to
carry out the dUsalsifuction, how
ever, i-3 felt in PekJn, air. llock
liill s-uys, over the fact Hint but
one iceroy lias lc'.pondcd to llio
PLANNED TO CAPTURE THE
REWARDS OFFERED AT DAYTON
One of the Detectives in the Famous Gilman Murder Case
had to be Thrown Into Jail for Contempt to Court Be
fore the Grand Jury Could Secure Some
Badly Needed Evidence.
Da.Uon, U., l'eb. 1. The grand
jury, which is. iuvcblig.itiug tho
Dona (jLIiiuiu nuirilei case, yester
day reported to Hie court a cu&e
if contempt against -M. I'. Haley
of Ciiii'innuti, elilvi' of a delective
agency, ami iluloy was taken into
etitlody by tho theril'f upon aiders
from the comt.
Haley Jurl inoniiied lo iiroilucc
befoie the grand jury one of his
employes, Selective Walter C.
IvoriK, who claimed, it is alleged,
lhal he (Kornsj Juid in Jiis po
.eKsiou a letter wiJtteu Dona Oil
man a day or two before the Irag
eil,i . When Korns aviis ,sub)6eitfled
lie said Hint ho had turned tlio
letter over to Haley. Horns, it was
.staled, then went lo kvntucky.
The Selection of Collector of Customs for Cincinnati With
out Their Knowledge or Consent Raises the Ire
of the Two Buckeye Senators,
President UoosovcU'it selection of
Halph TyJer for a Clnelnmtl Job
iias added the finishing touches to
lib feud with Ilia Ohio senators. It
has also made tho bill to glvo Ohio
a third federal district Judge more
Hum doubtful of pabsaee. The Ohio
senators are now holding that bill,
which Jiatf passed (ho houw, in tile
senate Judiciary committee
If the president, means to All dhlo
offices without tholr aid, the pas
wigo of the bill means giving Bdpre.
tary Taft, llurton, or some of their
friends, t)ip privilege of appointing
k federal Judge, os tho senator eeo
It.' Arid tho sonators have decided
thai this judgeship shall reward the
Work donfe by Pudge J. J. Adams
erf fttnesvllib, Jil holding the fifteenth
district in iiti'e for thenl iu the last
Mat ponvhlloii. If HilHoti ami
OurilOld and Tuft have, anything to
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Thaw Is confined to. her home by In.
Tho hunt for the twelfth Juror Is
tedious In I hi) ex ti cine. Talesmen
aro glvec a iiiicful examination on
At the beginning of tho trial, each
side had thirty challenges. Last
evening the defense Jtad exhausted
Its list and tho court awarded ten
additional to each side.
Today the deionso again exhausted
Its list, while the district attor
ney still had ten. It developed that
the state has no Intention of taking
advantage of Its position, but in.
stead Is doing everything pnjslblc
to as-lst the. .defense In securing a
jury to which no possible objection
can be raised. Thirteen talesmen
were examined and excused during
the morning session of court,, which
adjourned at one o'clock for recess.
miucst for information and advJco
and thin came from the viceroy of
TuikcMnii, who protested against
Hie introduction of the reforms on
the ground thai, in his opinion, the
people of IiTs province are not
ready for Mill'-govuinnienl.
.Shanghai, l'eb. l.-The dnj'y
arrols throughout (he lower Vang
tso region of Chiiie.e.sludenU who
have returned fiom Japan, coupled
willi reactionary successes in l'e
kin and the action of the Shang
hai mixed court in handing over
alleged revolutionaries to the Cliil
ne.o nuthoriiics. are causing con
rdornatioii among the member of
Hie icforin parly-.
Haley Mils .siiiiiiiwned befoie the
grand jury and iid that Konis
hail not g'ven him Hie letter. In
meantime Haley ha I written n let
ter staling 'that Konih avus in
Louisville and would no't return uu
fil Jlaley and Detective Kcitmuu
of tliu hanie company bad- .signed
certain papers leg.uding the le
'aid offered n the Gilman case.
After .ludgu ,lJrown' told Haley
that he would be Kept in jail un
til Korns was presenteil before tho
grand jury, Haley telephoned for
Korns to come lo Dayton -sit once
and he promised to bo beru today.
The county prosecutor believes
thai he can unearth n plot to cap
ture the icward in the murder
say about It, Adams Is not ,a likely
The Ohio senators will go no
iuoro to the White House, oM any
pretoxt, while the present liiuunlbeijl
occupies It. At lcat tlfut Is their
WauhliigtOu Is having it, good latigh
In which fcdiithci'n senators lead.
The latter, wilii fresh memories of
tho Criiiu atnl Ihdlaliola enscat are
offering tho O'.ilo polltldlaiis moeU
sympathy. Poraker was in no mood
for their jokee, A senatorial report
has It that Fpralier. ancerlngiy re-
torted to a cbiletlo's qiifery Ai Id
whfcthcf tho prUldent Would appoint
Tyler Hn ClnclfttTaU , with; 'Tfoust
rter you to tke third" e&milor frdui
Ohio, Senator Whlufctdh
Fwaker hllelt ,ktd
ihat ho lid .iM.Miiitbeli
Tnn,MAipy dlt ttirincgt, TRivAiiftrm, l :ioo7.
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i iii;-.:iMiif & cs& - ".J bv
MRS. W. H.' COLEMAN.
Mrs, WJIIIain II. Coleiuan of Indianapolis Is ouo otilndlana's host known
women, 'ller prniuliicnco in sovicty at
to her an appointment oj represent liei'Klnlo as n ineinber of tho honirt of Indj
inanagers for Iho Loiirslmut 'iirelinso cvpo'dtlou nt St, Louis In 1001. Mrs
ColciiKin attended nearly'' nil the sessions of tlio hoard and took a leading pari
In the various social functions under Its direction.
THE BEAT OF THE PULSE.
It Vnrlm firrnllr In IlllToreiit I'rr
oiii mill ContlltliiitN,
The pulbo of women Keiicrally heats
at n slightly fasier rate than that of
men. It may be f-aid that when u per
son Is at rest Ins pulse, that of any
adult, may be from Huvculy-llvo to
elslity times ti minute Creu't variation
exists in different Individuals hi re-j-pect
of tho manlier' of beats. After
rxcrelso JJio pul-c iiiilekeiih because of
the stlniulntloii of tliu 'heart, mid the
same veHiilt applies to the effects of
taking food. -Als of alcohol will also
stlnntlnt,c-'tbb-'ptiIfo somewhat, just as
tho use of tobacco, especially in excess,
will tcud;to lane an opposite effect
namely, Hint of lowering the rate ot
the pulse, because of the depression of
the heart which results. In fevers and
Inflammatory tlb-eases tho pulsu into
' lends to be very much IncFeas'ed and
also lit rcMpnct-igJts't'linrarlcr. Instead
of bca'tliig quietly (ho blood vessel In
such elites exhibits a wry full and
bounding movement. On the other"
hand.j where depression exists and Ui.
temperature of the body falls the.
pulse may be unuatiirally slow and Its
character weak. Physicians are aeeiis'
tomed to distinguish other characteris
tics In the pulse, such as become valu
able hints In tho discovery and deter
mination of disease. Tho practical les
sou we learn hero Is that where the
pulse continues for any length of time
to tuivo Us beats quickened to an un
natural degree and where especially a
rise of tho leinperatuie or beat or thn
body accoinp.iulqs, these symptoms we
ought lo suspect Homo Kind of feverish
condition or other to be reprcMottd.
Tho puNo alone forms a valuable
enough guide lo (his sllile of the body,
but Its vnlue Is very, much increased If
to1 the Information given us by tliu
pulso wo add tlmtw'lileh the use of the
thermometer &uppllcs.-,t;ardia' Times.
"Did any ouo over read your writ
ings?" asked tho' artist. Certainly!"
tesponded the' haiighly poet. "Kvery
dltor lu the country has read them."
(MVW 0 SBMMmmBKUMiJL- cH.
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kiii2or. aud Hi tu'lkrJirersiio Dmyednpet-atlu pitllS? Shu U m -Hnmklyji'Woirtiib, lfl ff lUiUUI ; VVlSUIUL 1JI VOl
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I H mako ilMitialiA fcZaBKEii tkw. Ht.ifvar'Vold 'tfufaiitorhlb&hfWhin&fmwwUcdli ,s4 1 iHhfiTLriil 'i.n-J'r .a 7 ib't "i .; V-',V'f, vlUI' fS'.
Mm, .mmmmm h&4..&jr& - &m?f ut'fMMmm''W'!ir&r' m ..c
lionie mill her interest In events broiiRhl
"Tlio Woiiinn li Wlillc.'
.In u letter to Chailes Dickens, Wllkle
Collins Inlliuated the Tact that the
great work upon which he had devoted
so uiiilIi 1 1 mo was liulsbed, but that
the llmling of a suitable title had occa
sioned him much trouble. Ientiiiilly,
feeling somewhat run down in health,
lie left Loudon for liroadstnlrs. a re
sort which was a favorite with both
Dickens mid Collins. White lying on
tho clilV. In n inedltntlvo mood ouo
bright morning his ejeq suddenly riv
eted themselves on the white light
house which stood boldly out In the
foreground under tho dazzling roys of
tliu midday sun. As ho 'gazed Collins
Iu a semiconscious manner addressed
himself Iu a whisper to the light
house, "You arc as stiff and as state
ly as my while, woman," snld he.
"White woman! White wo tho Mom
an Iu while. Kurekul I have got It!"
And so the book was given this curi
ously Inspired title.
ljjolxin of Aullinr.
ifft&ycry few literary men get rich."
Torhiips It's Just as well (hoy don't."
answered Miss Cayenne. "If n literary
man got rich enough to found libraries
he wouldn't permit people to read any
but his own books?' Washington
nv tint Off I'.nnj-.
An elderly darky Iu Georgia who
charged with tho theft of some chick
ens. Tho negro hajl thonlsfortuno lo
bo defended by n- young and Incxpc
rlenci'd attorney, although It Is doubt
ful whether any ouo could have secur
ed bis neqiiittal, the commission of the
crlmu having been proved beyond all
The prisoner received a pretty severe
MMilencc. "Thank you. sob," said be
cheerfully, nddresslng tho Judge when
the sentence had been announced.
"Dat's mighty hard, snb, but It ain't
nnywhero near what I expected. I
thought, sab, dat between iihiu charac
ter and dat speech of mob lawyer dot
you'd hang ui9, shore." Philadelphia
Commissioner Lane Secures
Valuable Evidence Against
Snn Prancisco, Kub 1. -Evidence,
lending lo show'tha'. the operation
of II. H. Ilarrlmaii on the coant
constitutes a violation of the- inter
state commerce law was brought out
before Commissioner Franklin - K.
Lane yesterday. C. A. Severance,'
attorney for tho commission. Hiiro.
;r,?:r.J r:,, J,,i.?,,,.c";ir i. druggists.
..Wit llll.b ilv.l . 111IU1I IUIV1 lb II II.U Ullb
of proportion to the value of tlio
Coons bay properties 'in 'order to put
competition out of' the way. Harrl.
man, Attorney Severance maintained,
was not buying coal niliicj primar
ily; he was buying monopoly.
13. A. Oraham, who supllcd this
testimony created another sensation
before .ho left the btand. Ho told
how, when Harrliuan -acquired the
Oregon Hallway and Navigation com.
pany in 1901, his agents circulated
literature throughout the Orient,
warmlulng merchants and Athcrs
not to ship freight over tho Gra
ham line, tho Oregon and Oriental,
as It had no transportation facilities
on tills side of tho world. The
circulars wore dated at Portland. As
a result of these methods, witness
said, Graham's line went out of bus.
POliT FATHER PLEADS
IFOR HIS SON'S LIFE
Tacoma. .Wash., Feb. J. At
torney w:,ll II. Thompson, the poet
brother of Maui ice Thompson, the
novelist, delivered his address to
the jury In behalf of bis bon,
Cliudner, wln.f(r j-even weeks bus
been on trial clnu-ged with the mur
der of Judge Finery at .Seattle.
His address was an oratorical ef
fort of great strength and brought
tears to the eyes of the. pudge and
jury. Kveu tho attorneys for the
htute were oveicome.
The aged nltonley recited Ills
own jMjeni, "The High Tide nt Get
tysburg", and commented on the
fact that be bad been a Confed
erate soldier. IIu declared that lie
lined ids boy and that Jio loved
(he lav ullko, and that lie would
not make an appeal for' tho sou
that was not within the law.
"Plnciilcs" (non-alcoholic) made
fiom resin from our Pino Forests,
used for hundreds of years for Dlad.
dcr and Kidney diseases. Mcdiclno
for thlry days, 11.00. Guaranteed.
Sold by FIdckcn's Drug Store.
THK IlAlJiUOAD CH1SIS
The argument for government
ownership of railroads in the
United Sinto.s lias usually been
ibased upon the view that these
highways. uL' cotnnieice aro of pub
lic nccccsiy and should be placed
under public contiol to liusure to
tliu citfswu an criuality of advantage
in Uicir ilsu. Tho princijinl argu
ment Ivguins'L such
ownersliip uns" been tliu auponor
iiraoUenl eificiency oi nrivalo Ji -
rectiou and lmnugcinciit. But un -
less1 eiudHioi)! 'duoloriously proval-
cut just now sbbuld soon be chung-
,l 1 j n- illtn lll.M.fii Uln lill1klli.llv'lllr
ship advocates will become oiil'id -
cm nun tiggii'ssivu uiong a wiiouyc
new line ol advance, where they
liave Jieretolore been on tho de
tensive. They will point to .tho
eomplclo breaking down oC effi
ciency in tliu lacluul ibtisiyoH oC
tiMiioiurlal.'ioii iu this country nhtl
will begin to cliilur' that tliu Oov
eriimciit eouli not possibly do
things' so badly and would in all
probability inumigc the nwuls wil.Ii a
1'iur iiighcr degiee oC busines etTi
ciency. Fiu'thernioie. thuy will
po'ait to tliu inability of the groat
railroad managers 10 obtain the
money they need to make abso
lutely necessary improvements
whereas the (lovprnmeilt of tho
United (SlntcS could obtain 'almost
uuliiuitiMl eapiUil nt half the rate
if interest ithe vililtOiuls would bo
ouiievd 10 pay. ir ones not lonow
hc.l thOsii new sti-guinbnls will bo
'oiielitglvc.' Theit! Is no uv'ulcudo
is yet to hbow1 tblil llu! people of
IIu" Lvnil(id Stules jtWlly oxaspemU
d Wth "tliu niijyond mmulgew
huyJiavii bei'oiui,nie by uonieaiui
jropnrcd lo (lihiw tho burdoit rot
yailnud xjwneritp. fAid ilinlilMisiW
tion itiM)n llie Lpllul Bt.ML'it (jyi?
ernnient. On tlioutlcp hahiW 'tlioy,
.will heartily supio(t tb Oftveru
ilic'nt iu Ms present lKtlicy tot in
vestigating Abuses and trying to
compel ilhoso resposiblo -for pres
cut conditions to apply pi'acticAl
reihcdics. Fiom "Tlie l'awgniss 6
the World " in the American Jton
ilhly IleVicw o Reviews for rcbru
aiyv . , I
Skin Disease f TWeaty Yer
I want you to k;i?w how muoh
Chanibct Iain's Salyir has d6no for
mo. It has tyred my faco of a
skin dlsoaso of almost twenty years'
standing. I 'iaVe .bVen treated by
several as smart physicians as wo
have In this couutry and they did mo
no good, but two boxes of thU salVo
has cured inc. -Airs. Fannio Orlffen,
Trov. Ala. Chamberlains Salve is
BROTHER OF BANK WRECKER
HIPPLE SHOOTS HIMSELF
Philadelphia, l'a., February 1.
Kdwurd P. Hippie, ii brother of tlio
lale Frank K. Hippie, who commit
ted suicide last hummer aftur -wrecking
the Ileal Estate Trust compa
ny, shot himself at. his homo hero
today and d'.ed enroute to tli0( hos
pital. No reason eiu yet bo assigned
for the deed.
Besides a rcstoratlvo Inducnco on
tho whole system, Dr. A. W. Chasd's
Nerve Fills have an linnicdlato and di
rect effect on the organs of digestion. -
They stimulate tho nerves of taste
and Induco u Rood tlow of saliva to aid
digestion. They excite tlio bIbiios of
the stomach and produco a plentiful
supply of tho eustrlc dlgcstlvo fluids.
They sharpen the appetite and 'arouse
Especially whero appetite and tho
ability to digest food havo diminished,
as In nervous exhaustion, nnact-!a, the
rcsplt of slcknrss, overwork or worry,
Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills ara by
all odds tho most effective treatment
that can possibly bo obtained.
They assure good digestion, regular,
healthful action of tho liver, kidneys
and .bowels and. tho building up and
revitalizing of tho whole system.
Dr. Ar W. Chase's Nervo Pills, 60
cents a box, G boxes for .$2.50. at all
dealers, or Dr. A:"V. Chajso Medicine
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. To protect you
against Imitations tho portrait and
slgnaturo of Dr. A. W, ChtiHe,.,tho fam
ous receipt book author, oro on 'every
For sala la Marlon, .Ohio, by Flock
's Drutr Store in tJ
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, "Wert22nd Srvet New York City
Anyono cndlnc n sketch mid description miT
lulcklr nscerlali) our opinion free
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fur suou miff
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via froo. (Jlileit nnoiicr fur avouriniMMiteuta
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ipttlai notice, without charm, lu the
handaomelr llluatreted weoklr. Tjirveit clr
cuiaiiun uk anramoniiDo journal, 'jvn
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