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IN SECRET SESSION.
Thaw's-Uwyefs,,Declwe that The)
re More than Satisfied with
Nfew York, March 29. Harry K
ThAw for two hours Tlniiiiday Hilbintt
ted blinaolf to u rmmtilK (Ire or (ubk
tlom from the throe int'ii appoliiteil til
ft.pomralsaloii In lunacy toueteimlul
lita preient ctato of mind. The exumi
natlou was. conducted liclilud clds(
doors and whun a few inlnuios btifort
6 o'clock an adjournment was tujttn
until Saturday morliliiK. no one con
nfcetod with the hearliii; would dlscusi
lha detalle of thfl liftiulry.
Thaw wtnt cunndeiitly lierore hll
Judges, cud when the secret aesslor
was concluded his nttornuyH appealed
wjh snilllriK faces and declined the)
were more than satisfied with, the pro
ceedings. District Attorney Jeronn
Lurried away from the criminal court
building, declining to say one won'
about the commission's work.
The most Important feature of tlw
day'fl proceedings was the decision ol
the commission to limit the scope ol
Its Inquiry to the exact language ol
file 'statute to determine solely tlu
question as (o whether or not Harrj
Thaw.U able to-day to understand th
liatUte ot the court proceeding!
egAlust him and Is able to advls hi
coUusel In a ratjonal manner.
yi; Jerome unuounced to the com
mission that all the medical r.tperti
lie had employed In the case had ad
vised him that Thaw Is suffering from
paranoia a disease of the mind In
which tho recoveries nre limited to i
or. 3 per cent. He offered to adduce
testimony, lo support this statement
hilt the commission waved It aside
saying that, the purpose of the Inquiry
was a very simple oiin and had to dr
not with any classification of luentuf
dlssease,. but, with the prisoner's, pres
ent state of mind as Judged by lay
men. The commission got iintjpr way wlfh
a rush and plunged at once Into the
personal examination of the defend
ant. Mr. Jerome protested at first
that Jie was not able to proceed, say
ing he Would like to have his medical
ftdVlsers pieseut during Thaw's ex
amlnatlon. He finally stated that he
would have no objection to the ex
Itiulnatlon going forward provided lit
was permitted to reserve his cross
t The commission settled the mattet
of the presence of the experts by ex
cluding them from the room along
WJth very one elso except the defend-'
kn'f Slid his counsel, the district at
torney uud Assistant District Attor
ney Garvan. As to tho examination by
the district attorney, the commission
iild the matter would lie taken ur.
when It was reached.
It is stated that during most of the
two hours. Thaw was before the coin
mission the notes and letters which
he has'wiltteu to his counsel since the
trial began were under consideration,'
To put Thaw thoroughly at ease, the
commissioners addressed their ques
tion to him In u conversational tone
and In' a casual manner, as though he
were in conference with llieni, asked
him to explain Incidents in the trial
which bad called fort)i certain of the
letters placed before the commission
by Thaw's attorneys. Jt was, said
that Thaw anaweifcd the questions
calmly and went Into lengthy explana
tions pj some of. the notes he had ad
dreised Jo, .ir. Deltiiaa while his trial
Offar to Build Canal for 1 1,900,000.
Boston; March 29. Hlds for -the
construction of the proposed- canal
across Cape Ood from llnrustaule tc
Buzzard's ilay closed Thursday. It
wf unnouiee,d t!,t the" Cape Cot)
Construction Co., a. corporation ol
which August Ilelmont, ot New York
ii' president, had ottered to dig the
canal ror-$11,900,000. This ls,the. flrsl
estimate of the cost of the canal that
has! been niade by a construction com
pany since the first canal was sturted
Company. Ii Indicted for Manslaughter
'frew" York, March 29, An indict
ment charging manslaughter In the
death of Ajrs, .Nellie Terwllllger and
Mrs. Sarah Hulllday, of Jersey City
"who. were killed at-a railroad crossing
In .tillssVllle, Long Island, waj fount!
against the Loug Island Railroad Co
tya grand Jury In Flushing, L. I.
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,lt la Not Yet Time to Intervene.
Vwshjngton, March 29. The mo
'anl hu not, yet arrived when Ainer
aJtt'jaVid Mexico .can Intervene' to a'toj.'
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These Are Merry Days
MINOR NEWS ITEMS.
The Corbln nanklng Co., of New
York City, bus assigned for the bene
fit of ci editors. The assets are about
$3,000,000 and the liabilities $1,750,
000. At Waco, Tex., five wagon loads ol
gambling paraphernalia were seized
by Constable McNanuira and this of
ficer, who wns clecte'd on an autl
gambling ticket, says gambling is at
hn end. ,
The Illinois house of representa
tives has adopted a resolution provld-r
Ing for an Investigation of the saloons
In the suburb of Hlghwood, near Chi
cago, and adjoining the military post
at Fort Sheridan. !
Young m(!n addicted to tho use oi '
tobacco or Intoxicating liquor, or who
fi;oqueut pool rooms or saloons, have '
been barred from the privilege of oh
mining an education in the Kscauuba, t
Mich., public schools.
Mllles l.eontleff. the, Huasluu woman'
who murdered u Frenchman at Inter-;
taken In September lust, mistaking !
him foi- M. Durnnvo, ex-minister of!
the Ulterior of Hussla, has' been sen-
fenced 'to four years' solitary confine-
Game Broke Up In a Row.
New Orleans, Mm eh 29. The game
between the New York Nationals and
Philadelphia 'Americans here Thurs
day was declared forfeited to Phila
delphia at the end of the first half of
the first Inning. New York waH at
bat with two out, men on second- and
third and no runs. Manager McQraw
claimed that Pitcher Plank, of Phila
delphia, balked, but Umpire Zlmmer
refused to allow the balk. A wrangle
followed, during which Catcher Ures
nulian, of New York, was escorted
from the Ik-Id by the police and Mc
Qraw was ordered to leave the field
by the umpire.
Watch Uc Grow.
Washington, March -29. There are
now nearly s;000,0ilo' more people In
continental United States than there
were 'six years ago, Tho nhovo esti
mate Is based upon a report compiled
by the census bureau and Issued
Thursday. According to Hit estimates
the population of continental United
Stutes In 1900 wan 8:t,94i,rIO, this be
ing uu Increase over 1900 of 7,910,935.
The population of the United States,
Inclusive of Alaska ' ami the Insular
possessions, In 19(16 was 93,183,240.
11io growth lu population In coirtlnen-
tal, Hulled. States from. 1905 to 1900
Must Serve, HI Sentence,
St. Paul. Minn.. March 29. The
state supreme court has decided thul.
Dr. Jacob V. Force, of Minneapolis,
must serve three and a half years In
the state prison. The court held thai
ho had been rightfully convicted ol
appropriating funds of the Northwest;
ern National Life Insurance Co, while
he was It's vice 'prosldent. Dr. Fore?
was convicted May 29, 190C. He Ii
about iT yeurH old., .
Will Search for a Mining Ship.
St. Johns, N. F March 29, Tlw
Newfoundland government has ar
ranged with the owners of the coastal
mall steamer Portia to have that vea
sef sail to-day to search for the sleuru
er Greenland, which with 183 men ot
hoard Is probably drifting helpless!)
on the Atlantic.
Tobacco Factories Burned.
Danville, Va., March '29. File broke
out lu South Doutou, 32 miles north
east of here, late Thursday ufternoot
uud, spreading rapidly, threuiened tlu
destruction of the entire town und en
tailed loss estimated at $1,000,000.
'Biil Ordering Recount Is Passed, '
Albany, N. Y March 2?. The hll
Mop, a irecount pf the A'ot.es cust4 at tht
I election for mayor of New York In Nb
vember, 1905, passed the ussemblj
Thursdtty, 118 to 21.
i i ' '
Window Glass Factories Will :CloieV
Hartford City, fnd .March $V-Ah t
result of n cut In prices by the Amerj
can Window Oluss Co., which il&ei
machines, ovory window glass factor
In the country with the, possible, ok
cuption or one nou-nnlon plant- at 1-mt
caster, O., will close April '$
Mrs. McDonald Is, Indicted. .
Chicago, 'Ma'eh 2.9.v-An iitaticn
:,1!;IJIB t-M. .L-UU i. JiCWOUUil
With tjie murder p(AYgMler''ar'0iiprlj
wuh jeturued 'j'ii-aiay )y t g(hiij
ill' q1o on tVbruiiiy.?!. ' VfeJ
for the Shorn Lambs,
REFUSE TO ARBITRATE.
Trainmen Issue an Ultimatum to thi
Managers of Western Railroads.
Clileago, March 29. "The contra
Versy over a wage scale between thi
general managers- of the western rail
roads and their employes in. the trail
! Service cannot be arbitrated and tht
only way in which a. strike can b
t averted Is for the olllclals of the roadi
to mace terms witn me men.
This Is the ultimatum Issued by tlw
representatives of the two unions In
volved In the dlfllculty after u meet
ing last night to consider the actlot
of the railroads In asking the rod era'
government to endeavor to brliu
about u settlement by mediation
along the Hues provided by the Krd
mann act. The move by the genera"
nu-nagcrs was considered at consider
able length by the union representu
Hyes, but the proposition was rejected
and a resolution passed refusing tc
nibllrate the wage scale
The general managers last night foi
the first time udmltted that the situ
atlon Is grave. The crisis Is Intensl
fled by the .fact that no compromise
has been effected with the represent
atives of .'),00f) locomotive firemen
who are .here negotiating for hlghei
wages and, an night-hour day.
Washington. March 19. Chairman
Martin A. Knapp, of the inter-state
commerce commission, and Charles P
Neil!, commissioner of labor, will
leave here today for Chicago, where
they Will hold a. conference with rep
rescntatlvcH of the conductors and
tpilhUK'n and officials of the western
roads entering CJilcngo. In regard to
the dispute oyer the question ol
wugett which threatens to result In a
dlHas'trous strike,. Chairman Knapp
said last night that the visit ot him
self mid Mr. Nelll will be simply In
tjie direction of mediation and concili
ation. The request for these efforts
at mediation came from the railroads,
SHE (JOES TO MATTEAWAN.
Jennie Burch, Pofiorjer of a. Baby. Is
Sent to an Asylum for the Criminal
Carmol, N. Y., March $9. Jennie
lluroh goes to Matteawan. The Jury
which had been trying the girl for
the poisoning of ItaUy Wilbur Wlnshlp
on Tliursduy rendered a verdict of
"n.qt gujlty, by reasou.nf lusanlty'und
,",H,Vct M " ', T ' , CT, ' U
to ,he nsyl,,m for ,,", P'l"""?' I""".
The verdict came to the lfj-year-old
lil as she sut alone lu the .court
room-ami she broke, down and wept
bitterly. Hut after she had dried her
tears. Mrs. Herbert Wlnshlp, the
mother of the lutby to whom Jennie
gave the poisoned peach, went to her
to say good-bye. In spite of her grief
qyer her baby's death, Mrs. Wlnshlp
colild not forget the girl she had
reared, nud tried to iiheer her. She
Clasped tho girl In her' arms and
kissed her and told her that she freely
Dr. Marvin Offers $1,000 Revard.
Dovej-, Del., March 29. qr. Marvin,
fatlior of . HuracM Maj-vln, aged 4
years, who has been missing from his
homo near here for ' more than two
weeks, bus deposited $1,000 In gojd
with the cashier of a local bank whltjh
will be paid for the return of the boy.
A' Jail Delivery.
'South McAlu-.ur, I. T., March 29.
Seven prisoners overpow'",d their
gourds and escaped from i..j United
States Jail hero Thursday. Ono man
vaa recaptured. Tho others, one of
whom Is supposed to hn wounded, are
Htllj at large.
Kujokl Will Visit Jamettown.
Toklo, March ,29. It, Is ann'ouueed
that ()cji, Kurokf will 'represent the
.iapan'ese Urih'y at tlm Jamestown c,ele
bratlon In 1807. w
Will jSuetyoiReeover "1 OiO.000
Lcjfihgfon, 'Ky,, Maich 29. Suit o
recover from Herea college", qf Ken
tucky, a ilqrtlon qf the endowment
ruud ttt more than $1,000,000 Is to be
brought by. J'tesldent Wllllnms, ol
thq' Colored State Teachers' associa
tion, and other prominent negroes.
Th part of the, endowment for trip, re
covery f)t which suit will be entered
Is Ihut wlilfji was given when the col
lege was open, to both whiten )id
lila-ka. y lejdslntlvet onachucnt ne
prflpa hayp. 'bef-ii burrpil from elhg
"'liinnted nutlie same olac'aswhite
.i .i ...-l.-. .' i r - . -
good .digestion. HfeJ'lhad gastric
jnlce thnl could tllssblve ilduglmutB
and turn apple Bklhh, Intel gfHiil blbdil
At the oge of 24'he began to bo
ptofuso tibout the Vftlnt nud lean
backward. Ho abvi "began to cul
tivate Rovernl chlhft. i In his new.
found prldrf liu 'begiiKIto think It his
duty to gorge lilntself on every
thing, the good nrtd the hart, for ap
petite feeds on appetite and every
gcod thing Is abused.'
His pictures showjstkthat he took
on weight aftor he. tiut-lilii collar on.
At the age of &' Clarence married
nnd went to boarding. On top or
till this, he attended' oyster suppers
and wine dlnneri, which reduced
the fllzo of his collars from 10 1.2
to U.. With still abiding faith In
the strength of IiIb stomach he
gulped blfl meals, Und- chewed thdm
At tho age of 28 'Clarence began
to hear an Inward- voice n warning
from the stomach. After each meal,
M would feel liloatoil-nnd belching
became a hnhlt.
Ho liegan to he a- light eater and
a heavy thinker. He-tiled to think
out a cure, for now he would sit
down at his meal, -absolutely dis
gusted nt tho thought or sight of
anything to eat. - '
He would slt down- at his meals
without the trace of un nppetlte,
Just because It wartime to eat.
He would oftbji feci a gnawing,
unsatisfied "still.huhgry'' feeling in
his stomach, oven, arter ho was
through gating, whether his meal
was well t,6Jcd or not.
And he sulTcfaLn goodvmany other
things with his JUcmaciv thnt he
could not explain, TOC that made
him grouchy, rniserabldSpVt.o'-sorts
nr.d generally fwurorr everybody and
Finally, he read an nrmunt, some
thing like this, aboul the truly won
derful remits obtained from Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets, In all cases
of stomach trouble, dyspepsia, and
so on. Ho bought a 50c box at the
drug store, and took' the whole box.
When he started, he had llttlo faith
and less appetite. ' When he fin
ished ho had absolute faith and
mora, appetite, and more good cheer.
Things began to taste different and
better to him. , -
Now he has no more dyspepsln,
no more indigestion, no more loss
of nppetlte, brash, Ir Ration, burning
sensation, heartburn, nausea, eructa
tions, bad memory, or loss of vim
Remember, one Ingredient of Stu.
art's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest
for you, 3,000 grains of food, Jimt aJ.
It dld for Clarence.
This relieves your stomach of the
work of digesting until "your stom.
ach can get . strong and healthy
again. Your stomach has been ov
erworked and nbiifcd. It's fagged
out. It needs refct.
I"t StunrJ'H Dyspepsia Tablet do
the work of your stomach. You
will bo surprised how fine you'll feed
after eating, and how lusciously
good everything will taste to you.
Jleed tho call of your ' stomach
how! There's a world of good cheer
in ono box of Stuart's'- Dyspepsia
Tablets at any drug store, r,0c.
Send us your nomn arid nddress
today and wn will at once send you
by niall a unmple package, free.
Address V. A. Stuart Co., Hi Stuart
Bldg,, Marshall, Mich. .
Seeks to Break Truit Agreement.
St. Paid, Minn., March 29, Tho le
gal department or the lireat Northern
Kullwuy Co. bus been seryeul with no
tice of suit brought by C. H. Venner,
of New York, In which he saekn to
have the trust ngreement betwea the
Great Northern and the Lake Su
perior Company, the holding company
of the Hill Iron ore interests; declared
invalid und a receiver appointed tc
take charge pf the assets of the, Lake
Superior company and return them tc
the Great Northern. , .
Tie Projection Rttta. .
Washington, March 29. The case
of tho government ugalnst lllnger
Hermann, Jor destroying," public rec
ords, was .practically closed Thursday
with tle seventh week, of, 'the 'trial,
Thu defense, wUl open Monday,
Danqa'r .In Giving Up fullness.
The manho wishes ,to Jivetput lila
allotted" span, ot life, with teh or 20
years; 1o' spare, should novar- 'retire
from business. That la the' oplulon
of Dr Bcoileld, an oiulii,en.t physician
of ixmdon. He says theffe'la a groat
danger in any sudden change of ea
Ylroument after a certain age
." .-'High Tlmt,- r .
Mother to daughter noe, father
goes aroujul tho corner every time she
opens the; piano)' Kmily, yon must
stop practicing. Your father' 1ioVe,'at
read)' Ipvb signs of it. Tranalated
for "Transatlantic Tulea," trow Pile
geiide Ulatter. N
J n" Sunday 8chool,'K"a
The total number nf Hhn.iaw hnni
teachers' ani nUps In the world, ftc;
""" w n" luai uvaiiuwe' report, -is
25,flU,916. This dqes aot aHu4 tha
acfiuoia in ine nornan CatkMM-aa
?f Attempt (o gicape;! Filled;
Cleveland. March ii. Wllllart
Ktt, leader of various' f'kanaVl with
police records, spent Wednesday nlghl
In terror In the stifling heal by tht
boiler in the workhouse, vainly .hn(ilnf,
he would be overlooked by tll'L guafde
wo were searching for hlnV; Katl
W(ts attempting one of his regular es
capes from the' Institution, Tn
agony of thirst forced him tt iturrcn
der Thursday. From C o'clock Wed'
nesday night till 5 o'clock Thursda;
niornlng Kntt was ttnder the floor ol
tho w.or,khouse-)lUij;obnU,8lx fee)
from a Orklrig bOlierratined, hi
thrpat parched, afraid overrun with
rats and trembllnglesu ferrets should
Clgaret Fiend Is a Murderer,
' .Cleveland, March 29. Harry Kertel
BRed 21, who, the police say, is a clga
ret fiend, faces -a charge of second de
gree murder, because of his addiction
to the pernicious habit. l)y his own
confession in police court, Kortel was
held In $10,000 ball for the grand Jury
on the charge of having stabbed to
death, with a pocket kulfo, Albert
Slnka. a special policeman, at OrlflHIis
& Leyl's 'WJlloon nvenue dancing as
sembly early Thursday niornlng. The
stabbing resulted front Pertot's having
been ejected from the dance hall be
tauso ho smoked clgnrets there, con
trary to the orders of Sulka.
peputy Inspectors are Turned Down.
Columbus, O., March 29. E. H.
Archer, of tho state auditor's ofllco,
has finished tho regular quarterly
checking of the accounts of Stnto Oil
Inspector Finley and has reported
them correct to a penny. The deputy
inspectors had. put in a claim to the
eJIect, that about $2,000 of tho fees
turned in, belonged to them. Tho de
partment adhere to tho old principle,
however, that when funds nre once
placed. In the treasury there Is no way
to get them out except by appropria
tion. A Disastrous Caveln,
Cincinnati, March 29. Thu embank
ment supporting tho two main tracks
used by the Baltimore & Ohio South
western and the Hlg Four railroads
under tho Eighth street viaduct on
Thursday dropped out of sight Into
the slough left by the waters of Mill
creek as a result, of the recent flood.
If there Is any further caveln theso
tracks will bo useless for traffic and
trains will ho compelled to stop at
Ihlghton, In tho west ond of tlfe city.
,' la Not a Taft Organization.
' Columbus, O., March 29. Judge Gil
bert II. Stewart, president of the
State Primary Election Reform
league, has Issued a statement deny
ing the report spread by Foraker ad
herents to the effect that the league
!tj In reality a" Tart organization.
Jjidge Stewart says that the organiza
tion knows neither pnrty nor faction
and has but one object, the passage
of a bill that will Insure honest elec
tions to nominate party candidates.
Mother Dies When Son Becomes Crazy
Columbus, 0 March 29. Mrs. El
leu Nelson, aged 49, dropped dead
Thursday when the result of a consul
tation of alienists over her son, James
K. Nelson, u steel worker, who be
came. Insane 'as the result of an acci
dent, In which ho wns hurled by n re
volving shaft Into a pile ot pig iron,
was announced to her, The physicians
decided that Nelson was permanently
deranged as the result ot an injury to
Suicided on Her Birthday.
Canton, 0., March 29. Miss Hertha
McNally, 29 years old, committed sui
cide Thursday by taking carbolic acid.
It was Miss McNally's birthday. It
w.as also to have been her wedding
day. She was to have been married
to Emll Knollo, a policeman on thu
PJttsburg force. Six. weeks ago Knolltt
Was taken, with .pneumonia and died
lu Pittsburg. ' Slnpe that time Miss
McNally has .been despondent.
' A Run on a Bank.
''Newark, O., March 29. A run start
ed on the Licking Comity bank Thurs
day from no known bause and con
tinued, In spite ot the announcement
of the directors that the bank can pay
out nil deposits without trouble und
that they will be personally responsi
ble for the debts, and see thnt all de
positors nre paid lu full. Tho business
pien have come to the rescue of the
Telephone Men Convene,
Columbus, O., March 29. T.io an
nual convention of the-Ohlo Independ
ent Telephone association opened at
the Hartman hotel Thursday with
about U00 memborH present. Exhibits
art) being mado at the hotel by lu
manufacturers ot telephone ottulp
ment. Boilermakers Strike.
Cleveland, March 29. Three hun
drod bollormakers employod at the
plant or the Standard Oil Co, went put
on strike Thursday. Tho strikers suy
the company is running un open shop.
They aay the non-union men were
vorklug below the union scale.
A Railroad" la 8old.
Toledo. March ' 29. T!i.'ToledoJ&'
Western railway (Intorurbun) wnt
Bold Thursday to' fhV'Tolodo Hallwuyt
tr.4 .Llyht Co. The terms ot the sal
were not made public.
(, Forced to New Braiding Places,
nirda which are not gregavlous dun
.Ins tho breeding sonson as a rule, ro
,pel lotherB, of thalr kind frera the
chosen, nesting site, sq that the young
of the previous year, wjilch might
naturally Inollne to returrl to nest
near Avhoro ther Ttfere reared, are
driven, to seek a breeding place eW
.v. r . -rtr .
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iiiiiiiiVii w, f Ikh. J Jam tt fl''' Vflr " " L 4.i? i ' -1 i I ''& ii i. jjIfliH&lulH
h Said Wit to Wiidom r ?' rJsSfc- J S $! M
I) "A full fttcimach mke'i ROlJ ' " -"M
DieAl lf4' 'nB'flt r' m
In dusVWU ftA llplM'l ''m
m moisture proof paefcagts. fM MfMkAu '"' !
Wl NATIOMAL BISCUIT COMPANY pTB ;
REFINING MAKES GAIN.
Petroleum Plants Show Growth
Number and Capital.
Washington. In 1905 there were
104 petroleum refineries In this coun
try. Their total capital was $130,280,
G41; they employed 10,770 wage earn
ers: paid In wages $9,989,:tC7: usod
materials costing $139,387,21,1, and
manufactured products to tho value
of $17fi,003,320. As compared with
the totuls for the' Industry rit the cen
sus of 1900, these llguies represent lnj
creases na follows: In number of re
fineries, 38.7 per cent; lu capital, 43
per cent; In number, of wage earners,
37.5' per cent; in amount of wages
paid, 48.i per cent; In cost of mate-1
rials, 35.5 per cent, and. lu value' of !
products, 41.2 per cent.
The number or products which'mny
bo derived commercially front petrol
eum is so great as to make It Imprac
ticable to obtain returns for eneh of
them separately. The principal prod
ucts, together with the value of each,
were as follows: Hurnlng oils, Includ
ing the different grades of both illum
inating and fuel oIIb, $100,571,825;
residuum, $3,138,301; paraffin oils, JO,
210,279; paraffin wax, $10,007,274; re
duced oils, $10,794,789; naphtha and
gasoline, $21,314,837; neutral oils, $1,
942,153, and "all other products,"
which includes coke, carbon points
and black naphtha $15,25,802.
In 1904 tho volume of refined prod
ucts exported wns 38,218,795 barrels,
or 30,0 per cent, of the total, produc
tion ror that year, and the total value
at the ports, ot shipment was $74,27;),
525. Although the quantity was 'grout
or in 1901 and In 1902, this vuluo is
the largest over roported for oxportr
of refined petroleum. It exceeds thJ
vuluo reported for 1899 by 25.8 pir
cent, thnt reported for 1889 by 57,'5
er cent and that reported for 1880
by 134.1 por cent. Of the total value
of exports Illuminating oils formed
moro than 70 per cent.
PENITENT PAYS FOR FREE RIDE.
Glvea Railroad Price of Ticket
Saved by Borrowing Pass.
Springfield, 111. "This money has
been hurting my conscience for more
than six mouths, und 1 am glad of an
opportunity to refund It."
With those words, u man the other
dny tendered $4,75 to John H.. Lord,
city passenger agent of the Illinois
Central. He explained thnt It wns In
payment for a ride which ho hud
taken last July from Chicago to
Springfield on n borrowed pass. The
matter, he rmld, has been troubllng'hls
conscience ever since, and ho finally
concluded the only thing to do was to
turn over tho money to the railroad
After a little questioning ho gave
his name as T. E. O'lmmus, but de
clined to sny who tho holder of the
pass was or what occasioned his re
pentance. Mr- Lord was' somewhat at n loss as
to what to do with tho money, but
llnully accepted It und gave tho mun
a receipt for the amount. Ho bus re
mitted It, with an explanatory letter,
to the general pussenger ngept of the
rond at Chicago.
Tho city passengor agont 'of tho Chi
cngo, Peoria & St. Louis railway re
ceived a communication from a man,
in Knnsns City, asking tho amount ol
tho faro from Peletn to Oranlto City.
He stated thnt ho had stolen a rid a
over that routo, and hla conscience
had troubled him so much over slnca
thnt he wanted to pay the faro,
There. Is d record In medical works
at a man near Rochester, N, Y wlm
slept Ave years, sever waiting moro
than 10 hours at a time, and that only
at intervals of six weoks or more.
Wheyt seized by the trance he weighed
ICQ pounds, -and he dwindled to 90
pounds; No treatment availed: he
Cut Out of a Sphere.
In the production of common wach
glasses the glass Is blown Into a
sphere about 40 Inches In diameter,
sufficient material being taken to give
the desired thickness, ihscs aro then
cut pKtifrdm this sphere with the aid
.' ,K1Bilvbc,ompaBB,e8 having ,tf chV
The best for Pdatry
and the price is only
$lSl per large, frgc
tier srhall sack at ail
Grocers, x. jf ' 8
Premium 'r.niirinn 6
in each sack.
Sold by all Grocerii
Marion Milling &
BfST OF MET
price of ,stock, to
the best quality
prices that are
ate. We are now-
two markets and are
prepared to talfo care of our
customers tlian over before".
237 N. Main and 128 E. Oon
ter. Both Phones at each
We havo a
show' you at
prise yon for their
Drop in anil see us.
I. H. Hayfer&Co.
True Block W. Center. 8$;
OF BOf ROWING YQl
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