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Powers Would be Given
THE HUGHES IDEA
As to Control of Public Service Cor-
porations Is Embodied in a Bill
Submitted to Lawmakers.
Albany, N. Y.. Mnrch C The bll'
which tvIII bo known as "the Govern
or's puulte service commhHlon bill," tc
carry Into effect what is lonat tied nl
tho -most Important recommendation
of Gov. Hughes' men8U;;o to tho leglM
laturo, nil) bo lntiodttcetl In boll'
houses to-day. ,
The bill provides for tlio nholitior.
of the prcbcnt statu board of railroad
commlKslonciK und tho Htnto commits
nlon of gnu und electricity; tho Now
Vorfe City Inspector of gas meters and
the ffew Yoik City iiipld transit com
In their places would bo cicatcd twe
public service conimlsHlonn or II i
menllicrn each, to bo appointed by the
goyernor; thrir Juiisdictlon to covci
respectively New York, KIiirb, Qucciih
and Richmond counties as one "public
service dlstilct;" tho remainder of the
state as tbo othciv . '
tSach commissioner Is to receive .
110,000 nucl each coinbiisstou Is to ap
point a counsel and a accrcliiiy.
The jurisdiction of tho commission
in the Firm district iwtelulu to all t nil
roads, street lalhoads and couimoii
cn'rilcra oporntluR within that, district,
to their construction and local facili
ties and transportation, and to the
manufacture, salo or dlstilbutlou ol
gas and olpctrlclty.
All Jurisdiction not slvon to tho com
mission of the First dlstilct N voMed
iu the commission of tho Second ills
trlct, including tho l epilation and con
trol of all transportation on inllio.id?
other than street lallio.ids, from one
district to another.
The bill pioscrlbcs tho duties ol
transportation companies and of gas
and electricity companies, and slu'n
to the commissions power to regulate
the operations of such companies.
It provides for adequate sided nek
and switch connections, equitable dis
tribution of cars, and icuuliea the Mi
lne with tho commission and publlm
tion of all tin Iff schedules, Joint tariff
rates and veiilled copies of .ill ngi ce
ments between common can lei s. It
prohibits unjust discrimination, by
whatever device, nnd free passes s.m:
in certain excepted cases.
ThU bill provides thai the fraiiclil
of a public service corporal Ion shall
not bo transferred or Icabcd vvithoul
tho approval of tjio piopor commis
sion. It forbids a rallioad or sticet
railroad corporation to puichaso oi
bold any of tho capital stock of any
other similar corporation, unless au
thorized by thf commission.
The commissions are given jurisdic
tion over Issue.! of stocks or lionds,
but mny not authorize Ilia capitalisa
tion of franchises, e.scepl to tho o
tont that the corpoiatlou has actually
paid for such fiauchiso to the state oi
a rimnlclpallty. It is also forbidden to
authorize tbo capitalization upon the
merger of two public service corpora
tions, beyond the amount of the capi
tal Btock of the two so merged, or to
capltnllzo any conduct for consolida
tion or lease.
Penalties rongJife from $l,0UO to $.".
000 aro Imposed upon public service
corporations violating tho act or fall
ing to obey any older of tho commis
sion. Shippers violating any piovlblon
of the net nic also liable to a penalty.
Woman Killed by a Street Car. i
Now York, Match C. Mrs. JncoL
Tumbridgo, wife of MnJ. Jacob Tuiii
bridge, of Biooklyn, was tun over by a
Btrcet car on Htooklyn bridge Tuesday
and instantly killed. Airs. Ttnubiidgc
as riding In an uutomoMIn lit com
pany with her husband and Ills father,
Capt. William Tumbrldge, piopiiotor
of tho Hotel St. George lit Htooklyn.
Mrs. Tumbrldge was ftlghtcned by the
approach of u car and atoso from her
seat. Tho automobilo swoivcd, throw
Ins her In front ot the car, which
crushed her to death.
Congressmen Will Visit Panama.
Washington, March fi. Secretary
Tuft has Invited Senator Klttiedgo, ol
South Dakota, and Repicsoutntivci
Burton, of Ohio, nnd Do Almond, ol
Missouri, to accompany him on lilt
tifp to Culm, tho Isthmus of Panama
mid Porto Rico, and they luivn accept
ed tho Invitation, Messis Noble
,8(earnri and Freeman, all engineers
wli also bo of tbo paily wltJi tho spo
clul purnobc of examining tlio test pit;
that avo been dug on tho site of the
projected locks nl Gtttun. They will
start March 21.
', ' A.ntt,Trust Bill Beconies a Law.
AUaUn, Tox Maich tl.Uov. Camp
bell has signed tho iiutMhentrlca'
trust bill. This law Is cfTcelivc Immo
dlately uud telleves Texas llieatiicat
.manageVs from oppiesblon by tho w)
called "theatrical trust "
W W- v tr ,4. u-J i.
'"- LVno Refusee to Answer.
i ' ''pdiumtiurf, O, March fi.-Honiy 0
1 Ling, Colutrtbtib mauagcr of the Clove
' J4 TljtJdaiJ PatJttR Co., who win
tailed hefoto ' the gtnnd Jury
wJuch,!! inycstlgatltig lltn charges ol
ilffged bi (btfry' In counccllon with (Ju
MfOd slrcot puylng contt'acl, on Tuos
iaf" Infused to uimwer any iucbtoiif
put, fo him and was brought bOlntf
JMu' Evan's In iho ' criminal conit
111'1 grand Jury t.ii (null tod In .ltlda
,JU MW of the iiuesUmtii whlct
. . ,v.' H&is. rufcMl lhat thu w fjiusuimj4
M UfcVcnlhNT'.l'o.KPiNU STONU.
I ! mi oeBM 1 1 ii ,i lJ S--, y y
II I llMTMii Wrnl le'M "Tr fwij llTi ee'le'le'Me'Ml
jwmmmam&... w xLrmr .
SHORT NEWS ITEMS.
Judge lllchnrd A. Dalllugcr, ol
Washington, has succeeded William A
Jtlrhardtt, of Wjomlng, as commission
cr of the general laud office.
Tho limited fast mall tialn fioru
Chicago for N'ow Yoik wss partiallj
dci ailed while passing through Tlvoll
N. Y.. nifii ten persons were Injured.
Washington, D. C expoilcnccd an
unusyal plicnonjunou on the 5th in
llii form of u dilvlng snow storm, ac
companlcd by thunder and llrhlulug.
Two explosions In tho rock quiii ly
ot the Chihuahua & Pacific tallroad nl
Sandoval, Mexico, killed and bulled
nine men and seriously injuied nine
Duilng the Fifty-ninth congicss .14,
Kit) bills ami joint resolutions wore In
Ivoduced In both the seuato and
house. Theio no)o L'C.151 liouso bills,
nnd of these t!,9-IO became lavvs.
i llegls Post, or Hay Poit. 1,. I., has
been selected by tho prcsldeut as gov
ernor of Poito Klco to succeed Beck
man Wiuthiop, vvho Is to become nn
assistant sccietary of the troasuiy.
Jlr. Post Is now hcciclary of the In
kiiI. ii- govciumcut.
I A Mi Ike on the hohigli & New Kn
gland railroad has completely lied up
all train seivico save tho running of
the mall tialu. The tiainnimi went
out bec.iuse the manager of tho um
failed to i '.'Instate a brakeman ho io
moved fiom each fielght train.
Ic Threatened by Many Enemies.
Mobile, Aln.. Mtucli C. Tho steamer
Mercalo ni lived Tuesday from Puerto
Coittv., Spanish Honduras. According
to statements of passengeis tho Is'lonr
aguau forces on llonduwis soil aie
making rapid advances. In Pnoitu
Cortex piepaialious nio being nude to
resist an attack which Is fean'd from
the Nlcniiiguan uavy. "What llonduias
now fe.iis more than her war with
Nlcaiagti.i." said a passenger, "In In
ternal trouble. A levolutlon Is lineal
eiied; In fact, theio aio signs uf lovolt
on every side."
Hopes of Peace are Revived.
Portsmouth, O., Match 0. Hopes for
n peaceful settlement of tho street
tallway strike, mo again enlei tallied
W. U. Flt.gerald, an executive boa id
member of tho American Association
of Hlieet Hallway Employes, who hut
taken complete chargo of tho stiikets'
grievances', and the Retail Merchnnts'j
association committee have reopened
negotiations and a mass meeting of
business men Is planned to devlbo
means for ending tho difficulty.
Mr. Cleveland Opposes the Plan.
New York, .March C Grovcr Cleve
land has submitted a brief to the As
sociation of l.lfo Insurance Presidents,
of which ho Is the head. In reference ta
certain thcatcued legislation which
would fotco them to itivebl their funds
In tho vailoun states In propoitlou tc
tho volume of buslucss Irausuctcd in
thoso stales. Mr. Clovcland vigorous
ly oppobes the plan.
Hoffman Will be Paroled.
Lansing, Mich., Mnich 0. Gov
Warner has decided lo uppiovo the
recommendation of Iho state pardon J
boat d for tho parolo next Sunday ol
ox-Cot oner Joint T. Iloffniau,
Wnyno county, sentenced nt Detroit
January 10, 1003, to fiom four to ten
voars In the stato piisou nt Jackson
for collecting finudulcut toinunciatlou '
fiom state omclals,
The Jury Is Complete,
Danville, 111., March O..Tho juiy It
now coinpleto for the trial of Will J
Davis on a chnigo of manslaughter bo
causo of tho lioouols thcatio tiro In
Chicago, The tuking of ovldcuco wll
begin to day.
nyan Will Finht Gain.
SyiaciMo, N. Y March 0. Tomni)
Ryan said Tuosday that he would ac
copl the offer of tlio Tonopuh Athlotlr
club, of Tonopah, Nov., to light Jot
flans for a piuso of $"0,000 on Laboi
Death of Col. J. H, Lindsay,
I'Ulsbutg, J(nicb 0,Col. Ilomor J
i.iiidssy, BUBiHtHiii to ttto PictflilciiL ni
. . '. .. ... I
die varnngin micoi lo., tiled Titesunj
Lindsay was uno of Audi on Carno
Bio u ' young. partner.J'
rinrilay Man 8ulcided in Pittsburg.
PittfcbuiB, March C.lludolpfi M
Kriz, .25 years oU, of rUtdluy, O., wat
round deutl In his byurdlng liouso hor
from taking catbnllo uclu with siilcld.i
Intent A Icllor from his slstor, loll
ing hui to bo "good" and 20 cent)
wore found on iho body, It Is though
ICnz killed liltiiHcIt bocuuwo of fuui(
to get oniployjnout. ,
Tjte Standard oh Trial for Robattig.
Cllickao. Mbrnh fi i'ti, li'klnt' n
ovidetice in lb? trial of tb$ Btuudarf
0 Co. for aeeeptllig lebalWau j'tun
HinHc4 wBmmM(,uivrm wmwm hiisk
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Pollsville. pa.. March 0. Hy tho nx
plosion of J,000 pounds of dynamite In
tho dynamite storehouse of thu Rich
ards colliery of tho Susquehanna Coal
Co. near Mount Cartnol, Tuesday, two
score of pciMjna weio Injured, foijr of
whom may die. The explosion caused
damage to the extent of $100,000.
Col. J. B. Thomas Dies.
Dayton, O.. Match C Col. .T. D.
ThoniHS, govi'inor of the central
branch. National Soldiers' Homo, died
Tuesday at the homo near this city
New Yoik, Match '!. l,liiildatlon on
a very hit go scalo caused n collapse in
Tuesi'hiv's slock mat Mi. Voty do
niornll.nl conditions murked tho clos
lug. Ilmil pil'-cs In a niimbcr of in
stances holux about the lowest Iu
yen is. There weie few news develop
inoiits to accoun for the movctneut
The piessuie was especially illteclcd
against Southern Pauillc and Atchison
those Issues declIt.'liB "s Hid 0U
polnls, iesp"cllvoy. There wore othet
losses inngliig fiom l! to iu points
ii.-M.-llcally every uctlvo stock partld
p.itiug In thu break.
Patterson Argues Hie Own Case.
Washington, Match U. lx-Scnator
PatlorMm, of Coloiado. on Tuesday
began mi uigm'til in his own bohall
In tin supremo coin I of Iho United
States in the o nil em pi c.tso brought
ngalusl him 'by the itupicmo cotiit ot
Coloiado. Tho raso glows out ol
strlcdues of Iho coin I. made by Sena
tor Patterson Jn his two Denver pa
pnrs. tho News and Tlnn-s, on tho tie
cislotis of llic slale mini In tho Colo
l rado election eat.es of lll'H, hi which
!'ji court was ncctjtrd of revolutionary
'conduct. He lepoati-d Ibis asseition
1 lo Iho J""doral tuiiicuio court. The
1 stale (-out I Imposed a lino of ? 1,000.
Is Making the Dirt Fly.
Washington. March 0. Ciller Kngi
neor Stevens In trying lo miiko ti tcu
oid bcfoio he I urns tie Panama canal
woik over to his successor, as Is cvi
denced by the following cablegiam re
ceived fiom him: "hi "U working days
February cxc.tvnlloii cuL was USS.'Hi
jards.. Mm rh should go cousldornblv
Searched Spectators for Weapons.
Jnckeun, Ky., March ti. When court
convened Tuesday .ludgo Cutucs or
dered all pieront lo leave tho roorr
and bn seat cited as they to-entered the
court house Hindis icfusc.d to icimcsl
a change of voinio, nnd tho trial will
bo tesiimed today.
Loss of Sleep Caused the Wreck,
Coshocton, O.. .Match 0. Tho C, A
&. C. wtcck ut Warsaw Saturday it
which Fireman Otto flatton was klllec
occtincd because Kngliteor Rico wai
asleep nt his throttle, ho testified m
Coroner l.car's Invostlgutlon Tuesday
Rice declined ho had been fotcod t
woik hitch long huur-s that ho was tin
nblo IoiikIt to star tiwukc. Tho en
glue with a euhooi-e Uli Into a dotal
and wnu hurled over a 30 foot embank
Hjnnl. Hstton n at crushed under tin
locomoljve. The coroner to turned hi.
fatcr in uccoruunco vyuu uiccs tcs
BIRD HUNT IN MIDOCEAN.
Valuable Penguin Chased Over Decks
A penguin hunt during a winter
stprm In tho mld-Atlantlc was one ot
tho odd experiences of R. B, Jones,
who returned .vcslorday from a bird
buying Irlp abroad, says the Minneapo
lis Journal. Commlsslpnod to buy the
stock for the great aviaries at Big
isjand park, Mr. Jones was returning
with nomo SO out or tho 2,000 birds ho
had purchased at Hid various markets
in Cnglund and on tho continent, His
traveling prolcgpa wore lashed In
small crates on tlo tjppor deck in the
leo of the emokcstHckp, '
One moruliiR when Did, seas were
running high and pp.passengefit dared
-"-"! I"B IVI-W,(W,
to venture upon iUt deeka a crate ro
1aln n . iw,f,illln iirnh- llfinft. nr.ihad
down io a lower decteanil,,bf$k,ppn.
Mr. Penguin promptly ekr)rgea$ir6flt
iho debris end started oh a tour oC ex
plpratlon. !(, hajSpfrit iWit'peoimliB
aro not avallal.Je In ,iho piarJ-,ot eVcra,
da, this itpeelmrp bring one of tnfc
which Mr, Jones JjuEht, on Die Londort
dockB of a sailor 'just In from Afrlef j
Consequently ho taw that heroic stepe
weip to bo taken' ai once If, bee of bis
rarest birds was td lua.savdd.ilp !
mliieiil danger oftbelu'g washed away
by, tbo big comM-a.ib? attd a.'eeltor
fhaited tho esuuped prlwmor .e-r the
elopjug, ilbpp',4i&nJUvtiu8 elrd
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wan agaiH .ssiciy cmw ia8.swww
Canton, O., Starch 0, A post-mor
torn investigation' by Acting Coronet
Harry on Tuesday-developed Hint an
, unknown Italian found hanging to t
tree four milcd from Canton Mondaj
uftcrnoou, who was supposed to have
rntntllKlflfl Ulftnlflc t.-nu Hilii-ilnrnil
Tho man's skull was fractured and the
body was badly bruised, onicers are
investigating a theory that the victim
was lured into tho vicinity by "Ulnck
1 Hand" Itnlians, murdorcd and his body
Hung to a. treo to croato tho impression,
ho had committed suicide.
Child Burned to Death.
Steubcnvlllo. O.. March C While
Tlrs. K. Webster wnu In another roomjin Wjolght nnJ becomes -a proy for
I Gertlo went Into the room whore hoi
,,,,-u"" "V1 u-jrvui-uiu uuubui.ui
hiipn nn I
grandmother lay helpless with pa
ralysis. Sho seized a stick of wood nnd
Mmiaf It Intr. ll, ..! Tr. o r,,n1r.M t I
her dress was In flames. Tho rug nnd,no,(18 tl,re0 lInts. but in one yeJr
carpet caught flro. Tho grandmother yu forco It to tnko in 2,100 pounds
was helpless, to cry out or aid the of mntcrlnl, digest It nnd prepare It
child. Tho baby's screams summoned .for assimilation Into tho hlo6d. No
tho mother and ,tho flames wcr ex
tinguished, but tho child died,
Socialists Open a Co-operative Store,
Findlay, O.: March 6. Tho socialists,
hnvo opened a co-operative grocery
Only thoso who nro stockr'
holders In tho concern nro ptlvllegcd
to buy from1 It, and they aro soiling
everything at first dost, plus enough
to pay tho running expenses of tho
store. They have been running a
cigar storo under thoso conditions, and
it has proved such. a success they have
just opened this larger store.
An Unsatisfactory Verdict.
Upper Sandusky, O.. March C
Coroner Rnutli oh Tuesday lcuderod a
verdict iu tho -death of Mrs. Anita
I'ausch, whose body was found re
cently in a chair In hci homo here.
' Tho coroner sayn- that ho W satisfied
that Mrs. Pattsch came to her death
by violence, causing strangulation, but
that ho is unablo fiom tho evidence
submitted to causo any at rest nt tho
The Strike Grows.
Toledo. March C. Tho tanks of tho
trtnr-hlnlalu rf thn Tn,w. vimlm. .n..l.n
hero who struck Monday, have been
Increased to over 700 men, 100 ot
formed a paradb and nun cited to union I
tstssrs srs-vf jks
sou non-union mon joined tho union
A Veteran Editor Is Dying.
Lisbon, O., March 0. Frank T,
Campbell, formerly lieutenant govern
or of Iowa, ox-stato tsenator and com-
mlsslouer of railway and veteran ed
itor, is at tho point of death at the ,'i'hey aro nature's own euro for tlys
homo of his brother here. Ho Is a pepsin. The host of troubles, dvs-
brother of Postmaster Campbell, of
Lisbon, and of Postmaster J, Q. A.
Campbell, of Bcllefontalnc, O.
-Haunh's Case Before Supreme Court.
WJiuinuuH, u.. iuarcn o.- xno case ot
rt .. . ,. n ,ri. . .1
....w.w.V -w. ,.w .w ...w ,.W..V.W..
In osror in the supfomo court was
heard Tuesday by tho lull court. The
allowance of the motion was resisted
by Prosecuting Attorney Novius, of
Duyton. Tho decision will bo nunounc-
,cd next Tuesday
Arrest of an Alleged Forger.
Fludlay. O., MatrbtC, Carl Kolley
was arrested hcio Tuesday with $110,
alleged rorgeti ciicckb on a local bank
on his person. Ho .carried a. billy and
a sling shot. Ho says his homo, is at
Brookstown, liul., but tbo police be
lle vo they havo made an impoitaut
Found Dead on a Railroad.
Akron, O., March 6. -Tho body of a
man of 40 years waa found Tuesday on
tho railroad tracks. His skull was
crushed. Letters in hs pockets woic
addressed to W. II. Basselt, Wads
worlh, O. It is thought tbo man was
struck by a train.
A Strike Breaker Is Killed.
I'oracroy, O., March 6. Thomai
uooawin, a strlko breaker from Co
lutnbun, was Instantly killed In the
Charter Oak mlno Tuesday by n shot
et ore py a reiiow workman.
A Fatal Leap.
Haudall, 0 March 6. Tony Ling
an Erlo railroad omploye, was killed
hero Tuesday. Ho jumped from t
freight train and struck on his head.
A Rootstown Man Suicided.
Ravenna, O., Match C Pat is gicen
oclf-admlnlRtcied, euded tho lRo of Irv
lng Hallock, of Rootstown, Tuesday
He was CO yqars old and a widower.
. Quef Cannot be Found.
San Francisco, March 0. -Abraham
Ruef, tho local political Jeador who se
cured p. writ of error from Superior
Judge Hcbbard, djdnot appear Tues
day before SuperiorJudeo Dunne for
trial on charges of extortion. Ruof
and Ub attorneys considered that iho
action of Judgo Hebbard acted aa a
bar, to further proceedings ,beforo
Dunuo.; When courtppcpcd Assistant
District Attorney cHeney anltouncod
that tlio piosccuttpn'waH prepared to
proceed, but tho defendant-" was hot
present and all effort) to'flnd him yes;.
teHe'y failed. "T- "
Returned an ppinVerict,
- Chlragd, Majch.-A coroiicr'H jury
wife liiutMa Tu6sday to 'de'tor'iiiluc
wheUior Wobstor Ouerlii,"' tho aitlsl
who was found ddatWn'hla" studio last
week, tamo to his death from a shot
fifed by blmseir or by Mfu, Michdo)
iMcDonald, who 'wag in -the studio at
ine unto or t no; shooting end b bow
ueuit Tho j.j h, &ow:$$k hdm'4
wd tfheu returifeaip& vyerfla
Te case wfli rffe'la to the
mytmm cnaUiteJ eeurL i
ty - g7't
90 Per Coat of All dAmmcs ike Re.
suit of Undigested Putrefy.
Men of affairs, women of society
and children with active brains aro
to" often sedentary In their habits,
K'VluK HtUo tlmo to exercise. To
t,1,s Wl la added that of high and
Iriegulor living-ns a result, the
stomach cannot stand the demands
made upon It. The abused and ov-
c!thx"od stomach docs not properly
do tho work or digestion? foodt'thkon
Iu ferments and the poison iiermeatcs
the vvhoto system. Tho 'body loses
tlin nltni-lf nf tvlmlnvnr ,1 nnnim
. . m
tuny encounter. ' 1
.Did it ever occur to you how bu
HiaL SlOnUlCIt Of VOUTS IS7 It OlllV
wonder it rebels when overworked.
We crowd It with steaks and past,!,-',
Irritate Its Juices with spices and
acids, and oxpect the Btomnch to do
Us work. It can't do it. .i
All over the Inner layer of tile
stomach nro glande which secrete
Juices necessary to digestion.
Tho entrance ot food Into the atom
ach Is the signal for these glands
to do their work, Tho more the
food, and tho more indigestible, the
gi cater tho demand upon them and
uron the muscles of the wall adjoin,
Think of tjio tons of high-seasoned
game, sweetmeats and appetizers
crammed Jnto this Httlo four-ounce
mill, and then wonder, If you will,
why you arc dizzy or nauscatod or
constipated. Don't bamo your stom
ach or curse your fate that you
should bo born so unfortunate.
Blame yourself and apply tho rem.
Klrsl get a small package of Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets, taking one
after each meal and at bed tlmo.
They nto not a medicine, but a dl-
Your stomach Is worn out
and needB help, not medicine
mVH DMivciisIa Tablets wJYl iV
.tho work that the Blomach falls to
Thero's enough power In olio
to digest 3,000 grains of ordinary
fcod, so you needn't fear that any.
thing you eat will lemaln Iu your
muart's Dyspepsia Tablets vll
rout tho poison becuuso they re
move the caubo food fermentation.
pepsla Is futher or e.thnot bo num.
berod, or a healthy iitontach Is thu
source or ull health,
Seize your opportunity before
WOIKO conditions confront imi. Ki.ml
-" " ."- ....
todav for ;i fn-n it-toi n,.i.-,r f i.
W-, They vvl.
your stomach relief
Stuurt Co., 83 Stuart Bldg
The 50 cent size for salo at your
THE ACT OF A DIPLOMAT.
Wse Ranchman Averted a War
the "Holo in the Wall."
Near tho IloIo-In-tho-Wall country
In Wyoming thero Is a poppory old
cattleman whoso rango Is aB dear
to him as his llfo, and fiom whoso
point of viow a aheopninn is n pariah,
Ills neatest neighbor is it strenu
ous and bolllgoront willow who koepn
sheep. In consequenco tho lino be
tween their two lanches Is us clearly
defined as was tho dead lino at Llbby
Upon one occasion, however, tho
widow's sheep strncd upon tho cat
tleman's range, nnd thi old ranch
cir's rage was great. Ho denounced
her as a "trollop."
This epithet as applied to herself
camo to the cars of tho widow, and,
yawing Vengeance, sho hurrjed home
to search for tho word in her dic
tionary. But her dictionary know
naught of "trollops," so sho sent
nway for a larger edition and had
it freighted in.
Tho now dictionary when It came
Was BB silent ttnnn tlin nhinf n'
"trollops" as tho old one, bo tho wid
ow saddled her horao and rodo soma
20 miles to consult a ranchman whose
education?! advantages had been
nomcwlint superior to thoso of her
llo llstepcd attentively whllo sbi
explained ' tlio clicQmstnncoB,. t n
"And now" sho demanded!, "what
ld )o mean? What is a trpijop?"
. "Trollop, madam," replied ho grave
ly, "Is ft yory dlfBcult word to define.
Its meaning Is subtle and. efoslvo.. jt'a
ha,rd to put Into, words, but it's n.rare
compilijiout Old "Man B' has paid
foil. In olden days 'trollop' was1; a
ayrtonymouB term 'for 'Queon of
frrtebu,' but- as near as wo can ,corafe
at Its meaning nowadays bo deflnl-
linn Twnn1,l Ia TI,. al,;."r..-il
"I liat sol" exclaimed 1ho rjolTl
id widow. "I've wi'oneod tbat man.
I'll stop and ask hlnf 'p'vor for" etippor
on my way back?' Llnblncott'e. ,'
Laborers Flock to Hawaii.
, 1'lllpliio Icboreys aro leaving Manila
for Hawaii In parties of from CO tc
100, These ,mou and their families o
to Hawaii an contract labqrers on
eygar v!untat,(ona. Extension of, sugar
rlsleg in the Phlllpplaeu can Hot be
wrUd on while the door of, the great
American market Is nractlcallv shut
!g'fttant Philippine produetei . "
- y ..TTi-f- ?&&$ -?&. '
AMERICAN RULM, BAVABti. ,
. ... i
Adventurer Grows Rlh ts tKIng ef
, Philippine Barkariens, '' '
San Kranclsco. How would joti
like to li(o among ti strange, wild pco
pto whoso chief nrtlclo of diet Was
dog, and whose daily pastime was to
Frank C. Cook, the first white ntun
to peuetrnlo Into the jungles of Min
danao, did this. He became a vego
tat Ian, evctclscd diplomacy nnd final
ly became head of a wild trlbo abd
attnlncd wealth and affluence.
'Cook has Just at rived In San Fran
cisco from Manila, a passenger on tho
JJnltcd Slates army transport Logan.
Ho comes back to his nntlvo land
after a Boloitrn of seven vcais In tho
Inlands among tho wild tribes of
fiidaiiao. Ho brings with him
rles of adventuro and of expert-
(American Adventurer Who Became
Head of Philippine Tribe.)
once among savages who looked upon
a white man for tho llrst tlmo when
they saw him. He also bilngs details
ot ih killing of Edward Bolton, tho
governor of tho district ot tUvno, who
was slain soveral mouths ago by a
When tho adventiuor boven years
ago, alone and unintended, ouo day
pushed nsldo the Jtinglo gtowth to
gaze Into tho painted faces of a horde
of savages, ho was slaitled. But tho
ravages were moio f lightened than
he. They lied nt sight of hint. It
look soiiio time, but finally Coble be
came friendly with tho timid tribes
men. Kvontuully ho bcamo their
leader. Ho led them In their tribal
fights. Ho adjusted their differences.
"It was u small tilbe, the Cnla
guno; that I found myself among,"
Haiti Cook. "Thoy numbered U00
and weio cutititaully at war with other
tribes. Thoy vcd on dog meat, .'till
fritors and snakes. 1 only paitook ot
their vugetablo concoctions.
"Tho Cuhiganes havo strango cus
toms. The men nto not ullowpd to
cut their hair until they nro man led.
Tho headgear woin by tho tribesman
indicates tho number of pieu. ho bus
killed. When I flrsl wont to llvo nil It
the ttlbo thoy brought thu heads of
tholr victims to their village and dis
placed them on poles about their
huts. Thero Is no longor nny head
hunting among them. They are agri
culturists." STATUE FOR A ST. PAUL PARK.
Schiller Memorial to Be Unveiled on
Anniversary of His Birth.
St. Paul. Dr. Justus Ohuge has re
reived u photogiuph of tho Schiller
htnttto, which will bo erected In Como
pn)k by tho Get man societies of St.
Paul. Tlio stntttto ban boon shipped
from Munich, Gcrmuny, and It. will ar
rive in St, Paul Ju time to be unveiled
- Schiller Statue for St. Paul.
'on May 9, tlio unnlyoisary of Schiller's
4Tho statue Is tho work of Prof. Karl
'Marr nnd Pi of. Ignatius Tasehuer, of
"Munich. Km I Marr is well known is
'an artist of exceptional abilities, nnd
ho enjoys tho distinction or being tho
only nutlvo bdrn American who has
become :i piofesaor of thu Royal acad
emy, HO llOtOI milted on Iho ilnulirii
'for tho staliio, am tho model was
Inado by Prof. Tauclmor, a sculptor of
Tbo stutuois of ltoiolc sizo and pib
turos tlio great German poet at tho
prjmo of llfo. It Is made or standard
btonzo, nnd together wltlMts pedostal
will stand H foot high,
Tho Schlllor statue wjll stand near
tbo Illy pond on a! high knoll, with ii
backgiouud of small plno tices, ,Tho
corneratoi;o for tho imdosliil vyns uid
May 9, 1005, vylth. JlnplwislYo cm'6,
monies, tuo stutiia will yeprfrsmrf .in
outjejr o( something over.'5,wT' '
m i 'U
ii w&p $xx
T '" , n
iiiMjw"iinm ihJniiniiiiTiiiiiiH ikMii.air .i utmmimmm
I- " ---- Mgj,M'fiL .. mm - i II ii Jl
rte f stock, w art salt
ing the f aest
Home Made Sauttge
at 10c the pound.
It's a low price, hut ,i
singly demoMttratof r
ability t elo tkiadt. , ';(
I il dial
Uoth Phone. B. Center ti.
At very low prices. Secare
yourself against loss er
actiient or sickness.
I. O. O. F. BLOCK.
DR.W. H. HINKl NS;
orFIOE-Wcstv Center Street.
friM heum i30 to 16.39 a. m. u4 )iH
to 4'30 p. m.
Bell Phono 320 K. Oitiscns Pheie
All calls promptly answerel.
Jfc CfifttfmaA dfortet.
Suet for the pud
ding chopped finely.
Apples nd beef
for mince meat
Dressing lor the
will do the work in one-tenth the
time required by the old-fabioncd
arm-aching chopping bowl.
Chops anything from nub to
the toughest meat without squeez
ing or mashing.
Three cutters for chopping fiae,
cove or medium, had put butter cHftder.
No holes lo become clogged. Doet
W math or choke up, .Sell clewing,
Haberman Hdwe. Co
OF ALL KINDS
Wc are headquarters
for Feed jn, Marion. We
can make lowest prices
because wc have facili
ties for handling which' I
the average dealer has
We solicit your pat
ronage feeling that we
can please you both iu
price and quality.
Call Phone 28, either
Marion Milling &
u.1,,1 ,. .
4 Hemr msl 8
9 t ij aim
We are selliatf t Very
lew prices aaelfrBielyeM
eick service wHh fM
Mozier & Rhoads.
Both Phpncs N, Stete. Bt,
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P1ND SALVE ATS LHCt A POULl
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