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,V. M. ARMSTRONG.. City Editor
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tion. wonpuuy iuii,
TUESDAY, NOVDMBnit 20- 1907-
MJqi.M 1 1 HIWMfc i mill m
.."'(Big rovonuo frauds by the whiskey
-distillers are reported In the South'
rn States. It Is wife to say that
the Whiskey Trust with Its Repub
lican affiliations will escape, and
Uho small distillers will be the only
ft&3overnor Folk, In his speech at the
Jamestown Exposition, on Missouri
i'ay, hit the stand-patters on a fcore
spot when he said: "A tariff dellber
uS'tely deslsntMl to create monopoly
Xwid to give a ft-w people tho rlplit
rto prey upon the rest of the people
tils prohibited by tho moral law the
;law of conscience."
- The Republican National Commlt
.teo has been called to meet In Wasli-
' lngton, December f,th, to select the .
'Vtlonal Convention. As the Conven
tion will probably .not meet until '
about midsummer, there are i good
"tnany anxious months ahead for the
"patriots who rely upon subsidies,
stratagem and spoils.
"'"'Senator Carter, of Montana, who
was once upon a time chairman of
tho T?nnnlil!rvin KnMnnnl rVimmlHnn
.. .... i .... , , ..
-i,ow declares that: "It will be tho
ilirobable disposition of Congress to
apnss tho approprlpatlon bills and ad
journ at the earl(est practicable date."
So according to this high Republican
authority, the O. O. P. Is going to
stand-rat not only on the tariff, but
oil every other reform measure, for
partisan purposes. For he further
$ys' "A protracted session of Con-
aress proceeding a national olecton
&. Tii. . ,
ICIS generally Operated tO the alSad-
rnntage of the party In power."
Mr Roasc elt's ' unparalleled
strength with the people" as bllthe-
1 .. r,fi. w n-m. . o th.
Jk ..-.. , ..... ,, i,u.i..i no w.u
-reason for the scant Tlnniihllpin mi-
rpason lor mo scant nopuunean ma-
Uprlty in Brooklyn, hardly seems to
nirrpn with iha InQtriifiHina Iconorl in
t --' - ".i". .o -
the Republican speakers, lvo weeks
before election the head of the
Speakers Bureau according to the
ew York Post, cautioned his spell-
.binders "against even mentioning
ploosevelfs name (1) In districts
wlift". thora worA unv ncirvvioa ll) In
toJstrictB where there were any resi
dents with money (3) in any districts
ai all." But then Tim Woodruff has
jttn ax to grind by giving credit to
'the "peoples peerless president" for
ibes he not expect, and it Is said has
been promised, to succeed Piatt In
..be United States Senate by hanging
ion to the Roosevelt coat tails.
IjiiAfter Congress meets on December
2nd, many political things that are
(dark and dubious now will have the
enlightening rays of partisanship
ithrown upon them. It will soon he
apparent whether Speaker Cannon,
glim Sherman, and the other Repub
lican patriots, who dlsl'ko executlvo
interference, and crave the contribu
tions of the trusts and corporations
Jjo help their re-election will stand up
and fight for their share of the boodle
pr lay down as they did at tho labt
jipsslon of Congress. T,he Republican
TSongresslonal leaders talk very bold-
In private of what they will do
o those. Congressmen who line up
t the yyhlte House and take orders
from the "great I am." But a mess ot
.Roosevelt patronage ls a great temp-
Ami ntxptnnve Christmus Gift
would be enc rayed calllne cards,
Wi u t It I f
yV? iJ 'rem 'a5 Pr hundred and up,
iM ' ' Pctter attend to It at onco.
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I TRIMMINGS for the I
When you sit down to your roast
turkey or chicken or whatever it may
bs you will want these goodies as
CRANBERRIES The extra fancy
Cape Cod berries.
SWEET POTATOES-Fancy kilndried
genuine Jerseys and Baltimore's
NUTS All varieties, new crop,
FIGS AND DATES All new and strict
CHEESE Cream, Switzer, Buck, Im
perial, Neufchatel, Shefford, Lim
Oranges, Bananas, Concord, Niagara
and Malaga Grapes and Apples.
MARTIN'S FRESH Bread and Cakes.
Fancy Celery and Solid Oysters.
Country Butter and Eggs.
Best of Service.
Open Wednesday Evening
CLOSE THURSDAY 10 A.M.
F. J. LUSCH Grocer
NORTH EAST CORNER STATE AND CENTER
t .- 'u rr-r . '-!.'
.tatlon to some of tho weak brethren.
Tho united standpatters aro deter-
mined to try and control the next
Congress. They don't care so much
what kind of a tariff plank goes into
tho Republican National platform,
'for they can Ignore It and "Btlll con
tluue to staudpat, If they have a safe
majority." The sacred tariff must
bo preterved"by those patriots at all
The Chicago Tribune, just before
lection, mndo the Interesting re
mark: "In tho event of the Hon.
Tom Johnson's re-olectlon as Major
of Cleveland, he will he a formidable
rival of Mr. Bryan for tho position
lmai m Mr' uryan ,or U1 "s'uon
inf ClnnA Wnatnrn Mnn nt vonr
u"ul '"'4"" ! UAv rf v.
-" -.- ..u.-, ,... . u,c
n)0St available candidate
and Mr. Bryan will enjoy the exhll- 'committee. -
crating consciousness ot having J u ls not at a11 llkol' ihttt aPck
.... , . , , . ., t, or Cannon will adopt tho general
helped to elect him. As the Demo- )0y Qf 1)roniotlng' nnMng Up
I . ' V ..-
carry gomo doubtful or heretofore bershtp on tho commuteo on rules
uopublican states. Tom Johnson lsU'io other committee chairmen must
. . . .. .
(certain to ue considered we all lover ' ..,..... , ...
,,Mr ryal; for tl)0 .cnen.,eg ho ,la3 .label.
made,' but tho good of the country
demands that Democrats nnllnlns
(supplant Republican centralization
aml financial and economic heresies
wnIch can only be accomplished hy
...I. . . ...
wiiiiims me coming naronat elec- CONDI UOMS SERIOUS
tlon. The wholo question of the I
nomination rests on availability Ulj": M--;
carry enough states to -win.
Train Came Very Near
Dashino- Tntn an
WasniDg lUtO an
Krasnoyarsk Siberia, Nov. 20 It
was learned that tho train upon
which Secretary Tatt and his party
aro traveling over tho Trans-Slbor.
Ian railroad from Vladivostok to
Mohcow had a narrow ebcapo from
being wrecked nt cntta.
A. switch In front ot tho Taft
train becumo open, when It should
havo been shut but an employe dls-
covered this .circumstance one mln-
uto beforo tho train camo along
closed tho switch and kept It on,
tno proper rails.
Had tho train been thrown on to
the siding it would havo crashed
Into a number of frloght cars.
' 'tho .Methodist Episcopal .Minis
tors' association adopted a resoiu.
tlon declaring that this decision
Is a misapprehension of tho rule
against sectarian education and'
out of harmony with tho unuderly-
ing principles or a christian na-
tlon. A great public protest ,8
me democratic bearing of Bee -
Ing principles of a Christian na-
Iretary Tuft and other members of
i tho American party nns created a
1 tiivnrnhln InnirpMiInn unnii tltti
lavorablo lmprebslon upon tho
other pasengerH on tho trans.con
At flio rnnrliifilmi nf n fnrmnl
dinner given on tho train In hon-
or of fecrotarj Taft, Captain Kin-
ilonko, on oenalf ot tho passenB.
trs, mado a short address In which
no spoKo uppreciauve.y oi u.o
secretary's courtesy and kindness
n,wi i.hi him n nf .iin. to
his long journey. Mr. Taft mado an f',8fln5' ': f ,,oUce
. . . . . ..... .The condition of tbe last threo 10-
Continued from Paso One.
1onl nf thn IMatrint nr nnlnmhllt
" vm. ..w tuwiuw w w.v. ...H,
ubIlcnn moml)0rs to vacant chair.
'ninnalilnn Am 111 tlio nflnn nf mflm
iiinni urntifllv mi.l fmiunlnnmiul v thnlltii. ..n..4l.l....i i-. , . ..
Plenty of good wild bulk Oysters,
or. ,,o,. ,,.
i OHA.3. TURNER & CO.'
I ARSAfllVPn Awn nnniipn.
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uusauBwawct Mill ilj Vu HO I.UU jm
sultof an assault mado on him In
his barn early last evening.
It was presumably for robbery,
ns his pockotbook Is missing. Ho
Is a hay buyer and well-to-do. Ho
was unconscious when found by his J
sister, Mrs. Hannan K. "Wick, with
whom ho lives.
I 'Don't .forgot thoso flowers. Your
table an Thanksgiving Day will not
l0'c we" without them, can at f.
" W0'0- 12C 'est Center street.
He will have a largo und bolcct
8tock ot cut flowers ot all varieties.
Telephono 1C9 or 12. ll-2C-2t
WESTON WILL REACH
iChIcago, Not. (20. -Pedestrian
"Weston will ond his walk from
Portland, Mnlno in Chicago,
Wednesday morning. Ho could reach
her e tonight, but- wants Wtr3bi
After 'a 'Vitifoty-flw.llo ' walk, ho
reached Chesterton, Indiana, at 1
o'clock this morning;
, vffiiial ul flioS
ESCAPES ARREST " '
BY TAKING POISON
inow York, Nov. 20- Louis i
Straus, senior mombor or tho Jlrm
of Louis Straus and Co., import
ers took hla liro by swallowing
poison In tho presonco of. central
nmM l04 M . ,.., ...
v " ",,u "u,f t-u"' -lo
""est him. Iho charge ls said to
havo grown out of the disposition
of 200,000 of tho firm's money..
FORCE IN THE VAULT
If 0 A ylf h '3. in; 'iwrtS ban tha .
Tfteit 4hp SteijRlt AqiAtog,0jllinoialtfn(i
Carryaa $?,200 buh!ft They weref I?Dg
the Swag, They were Discovered and Forced to
Leave $1,500 in silver on tlie Table.
Illoonilngto'n,' -,111., Nov. 20. rled and were just about to leave tho
Shortly beforo 6 o'clock .Monday af- hotel when officers learned of their
ternoon, two mcn'-Vntered the state PreBenoo.uinl attempted to break In
, , ,, . ',',, ii . , , tho door. Hoforo they succeeded,
bank nt Cllntonheld up tho officials, ',I0WCVCPf the i't,bers jumped from a
stole ?2f20D 111 oo!nvnnd mado tholr window onto nn ndjolnlng ioo( tak
escape. ins only the $700 In gold and leav-
It wns just a few minutes nfter
closing time, when the men appeared
In tho bank and, with drawn revol
vers, forced President William Argc,
Cashier Murphy 'and Bookkeeper
Young to enter the big vault which
they looted. .,
The bulk of the, money hai already;
becn placed In tho cunency safo in
tho vault and the. time lock set, hut
$2,200 In gold and Bilver remained
on the counter. This tho robbers
s noveicti into a bag and took with
'ttmni 4sv Mm YV-.il t...l... ...i
..... ii, mc nvn-j numoii wnero
tliey had previously engaged a room,
frhey had arranged the money In
rolls os that it could be easily car-
STREET CAR ATTACKED
BY STRIKE SYMPATHISERS
A Number of Passengers are Injured by Shots Stones and
Clubs and Heads are Cracked by the Police Who At
tacked the Mo'j Former Street Car Man Shot
-' V jfTbnmgh the Abdomen.
Loulsvlllo,, Ky. 'Nov.
most serI18, rlot th"3 far la
strect car tftrllic occurred last night
""u " " irauu "" ""-" ",D ""
bo. 8hot- tw policemen were in-
- ;AM,e r0" rted
",', u,,uv',VWywo roJrora
to liavo boon sllotffA number of
ported shot cannot bo, uacci tallied, as
tho street car on which they were
traveling was hurrledylo tho car barn
and the identity of the. alleged vlc-
tlnm kept becret by the company of -
flclals, who refused. .t'o glvo any In-
formatlon whntever. That the tin
known persons ofirteithe shot or
badly Injuied by atopes Is positively J
assertcd ly reputable persons, who
were passengers on .the car and es-
Icaped Injury. is.
-j Tho trouble occurred on tho Fourth
- 'nVmillA llllA 1in.11 T.nntllnl'ir tiftnit n
I- 11 , . .
uvuuuo line, near ivoniucity street, a
fashlonablo rcsldonco-, neighborhood
.shortly beforo 7 o'clock in the even-
ing. A southbound, car loaded full
was suddouly atackedby COO or 700
A hall of stones, pistol shots and
clubs were poured lntp tho car, the
conductor and a policeman aboard
returning the fire, with what result Is
In the East the Recovery
From the Financial
Crisis is Beginning.
Xow York, NovofoQ.-llecpnt re.
sumption of t industrial activity In
tho eastorn stntesl controverts to
soinn nxfp.if th m?.,.ib nr n, I
soiuo extent the 'ritorles of gonorai
Kinetic is a good word. It
s means "powcrtomAKefhinjjf
fip." A fat bank ccout,-a
rocK on the edge' of a hill,
a JwrrcJ of gunpowder; and'-f
SCOTT'S EWULSlONifcll 1
rontaln "Riiietlc W,'
to the profener tells ui,
Power is stored up in
A 111- .,-- A
icon s tmuision
This force let loe In the
system of the consumptive
$ives him thers4rMjttri to
tike 911 ncwMiT t is
. Tr r, i :
B $i,r,oo in silver In the room. It
was dark when tho men escaped from
the hotel and nil trace of them was
Hoforo tho highwaymen loft tho
bank building thoy called up tho tel
ophono operator and requested her
to send someone to the bank und le-
lease the officials Imprisoned In tho
, vault. Charles Parker collector for
the bank, was tho only person who
knew tho combination to the vault
and after a short search ho was
lounii ami Hurried to the assistance
.of tho Imprisoned men. When
Parker opened tho vault door the
'three men woro almost suffocated
not known. Tho motorman hur
ried tho car out of rango, although
himself and a man and woman pass
cngor aro declared to have been
struck by bullets.
U'wenty police nrrlved or tho scone
a fcw nlntes later In automobiles
, KlirPniin,i.i int n i,.,n.i,,i nr
'A"'1 J ""ro"M,Ied aH0Ut a hundred of
tno moii in nn alley nearby. Tha
mob broke through the cordon, fight
ing fiercely and although many heads
were clacked till got away saw K.
fit. All, a discharged street car em
ploye, Wio was shot tluough tho ah-
',,"u" aml fo'irjirisoncis. Sergeant
I, n Wlckham and Policeman Robert
urown were severely inlured hv
boulders and clubs.
M. Ford, a youth passing on a bl-
'?1?.' W!,s faUot ,n th(' fot
Of tho Identified Injuied. all snvo F.
IM. All wj'll h-crowr. All' .
dltlon Is ciitiial.
l-oulsvlllo, Ky Nov. 2fl. TWP11-ty-fpur
striking street ,car mon aro
in jail charged with rioting nnd
nialiclous assault. Tho arrests fol.
lowed tho rotlng Inst night when
.1 i..iu ui oij men nuncKort a
car and had a pitched battle with
tho polico, In whicn bullets and
ill, iiniifif, in iimint ..li i.. . .
rocks flow, resulted.
depression that havo gained circu
lation on ncpount of tho closing
down, pnrtially or completely of
'Jlio flnnnclnl stringency through
out tho country hnd Us natural
roflectlon in pnrtlal susppuslon' of
operation In tho thief Atlantic con.
ters, but tho fear or a complete
Industrial dopre&slon bus not been
Xowh has beon received In Now
York of , tho resumption on full
tlmo of bomO industries In tho Now
Knglaud states ana Now York
nnu ino nopo is. that, with tho
general roluxatlon la tho money
market, this resumntlon will im
'rKly lncieased nnd that tho
pHtorn manufacturing soctlon
soon will oxporlenco a return to
TEMPERNACE WAVE HAS
STRUCK NEW YORK CITY
Now York, Nov. 20 Cheered1 by
what thoy bollovo to bo tho uogin
nipg pt tio greatest temperance
,Fv!w!' tho iiQun.tryt.haB over soon
iljo I'rpUlbltlQnlsts 'tofi.New York
state- -nro planning 'dlcrtisado to
;ovo,itho 8tatqlnta"otho "dry"
' If fAlabama . and Ucorgla enn bo
turned to prohibition, why not' New
York.they say. A state ticket will
bo pdt In tho Held and tho cam
paign to elect n loglsinturo
which will pass a prohibition law
next year ls being planned and
will bo actively carried on."
DAYTON ATTORNEY PLEADS
GUILTY TO JrJfGAMY
miotonlal 0 .,L
bur lading, . Dayton t'atWny,
pleaded guilty of bigamy yester
day at St. Joseph, Mlch.ftiul will
1)6" sentenced today,
Miss Hope AlcDonald of this conn
ty was his second wlfo. Sho Is
said to be a nurse In Cleveland.
HOME FAT REDUCER
Works Ilnpltliy and 8atciylte.
quires no Kxerclslng and Al
lows You to Knt 'What You 4
UkoCut 'Ibis Out.
iFor the benotlt of thoso who
Wish to reduce their flesh quickly
and safely, wo will glvo tho ro
colpt nnd directions In full Tor
n stmplo household remedy that
can bo obtulned nt trifling cost
from any good drug Btoro, 1.2
'ounce .Mnrmoln. 1-2 ounco Fluid
IMrnct Cascara Aromatic and y
1-2 ounces Syrup Simplex. All
three nro clionp nnd wholesome, I
but you should tnko enra to getj
nn unnroKon packago so tnat you
got Mnrmoln and not a substitute.
When you get homo in.x tho three
tbgethor, by shaking them togeth
er In a lnrgo bottle nnd tnko onb
tcnspoonful after eacn meal and
Follow these directions nnd you
will hnvo the best rat reducer Hint
monpy ran buy. It will take, ort
tho flesh nt tho rato ot at least
two pounds n week without disar
ranging tho stomach or "causing
wrinkles, while, best or all, no
exorcising or dieting Is required
to holp It out. You ran get results
and nt tho samn tlnio tnko things j
onsy and oat what you Illt as
much as you llkeniid whoneevr
SOMETHIRC MUST BE
DONE WITH BLIND AbYLUM
Columbus, ()., Nov. I'd In tho
annual report of tiio state Institu
tion for tho education ot tho
blind, tiled in tho executive olllco
yesterday tho question of removing
tho Institution to some irioro com-4
modlous tract icmoto from the
city is again discussed.
For several years tho proposition
has been under consideration nnd
whllo It Is pending, tho trustees
say they do not feci llko onterlng
upon any general plan ot improve
ments on tho present slto. Several
years ot this waiting policy thoy
say, has brought tho Institution to
the, point wherejoniqUiing4,muHt. bo
dono. Klther tho removal proposlJ
(Ion must bo taken up and noted
upon or abandoned for tho pres
ent. The total expenditures lust year
woro $107,401.02, of which .,92.
(ili'.Ml was for current oxpense.
Tho averag5 attendance ror tho
year was 2(17. and tho per capita
cost of maintaining them in tho
school was reduced rrom sf.j3ri.37
In 11)00 to .fa.10.4l-
Don't forget the supper at Morral
given by the band Thursday evening.
Illg time, - It
KILLED WOMAN WITH
WHOM HE ELOPED
Cleveland, O., Nov. 20. -Maddened
r Anlmicu 1TMlnt'f 1?tiinr1 wiirm ir
poilco say ' eloped with 'Mrs. Ida
Wolker, of Lolghton, Pa., shot the
woman thiee times this morning nnd
thon shot himself. , 4 Mrs. Wolker Is
dylug, but Frund is not seiioiiHly
Try ADV.HAL. COFFRP
POURED KEROSENE ON
A SMOULDERING FIRE
Delaware, O., Nov. 20. Mabel,
Itho fJiIrteen-ycnr-old daugliter of
Louis Crist, residing north or town,
was burned as n result- or her on-
deaor to sjart a smoudeiing tiro by
pouring kerosono upon it.
Sho was frightfully lmrncd lu tho
explosion whleh, followed. Her par
ents had loft her In caVo of tho kouse.
WuVNiTBD Dishwasher at Hotel Ma
jestic. ' t
MAKES ANNUAL SHIPMENT
TO NATION 'SRES1DEKT
Westerly, It. I , Nov. 211 'Hio
Thank,sglvtug turkey, which ior
nco Voso annually sends to tho
president ot tho United States,
wns shipped yesterday, 'this year's
bird, however, was ralhod by Jero.
mlali jr. Urown. 'Woigns 2 pounds
Is of tho brouzo variety und hns a
mlxturo of wild blood.
ji i- i .
Jlulk and canned Oystora for
friiftnksgivlng. " k
CHAS. TUItNEIl & CO. '
SHOT HIMSELF AND DIES
FIndlay. O.. Nov. 26. Itov Ats-
paeli. olevon, a newsboy, accidentally
shot himself with a Flobert rifle- last
eVenlnc? nml illnrf ulmnot i..ct...(i.,'
- - . " u" inaiuiuiy.
x1 !Mtnrted his yo nnd
TRY ADMJIUL" C0FFJBB. '
U nless you.haveal'
your8,you rny be
disappointed if you
are depending on
your butcher or
haVe plenty of
them. They're not
for sale, but are
given with every
purchase of Dining
amounting to $25
or more. Tomor
the last day of the
J Economy I
O u r' Knickerbocker
Flour at $1.40 will give
good results and be a
means of saving from 40&
to 80c per barrel. Wlvj?
not try it. We know
jou will be pleased. .Ask
your grocer for it or
phone 28. For a high
grade flour ask for Car
nation patent. These
brands made' and guaran
teed by ' ' '
Marion Milling &
We have many beauti
ful things, very suitable
lor birthday or wedding
gifts. Our lin of watches
areunsuspastedat the lew
prices we can name you.
We want yen to see then.
J. B4 Ovens
New West End Jeweler
- Our line of fresh- meats are
most complete and our prices
are pleasing to the purse.
We serve you promptly.
Ji MILLER GROCER
WiHi all it a good time of gift-glv,
ing. is nearly here. The ocf
problem, "What to Give" face
you againand as a pr'actlcal'help
in choosing your gifts would sug-1
gest something, worthwhile. In
fact, nothing would be more ac"
ceptable than a fine gold wtch
or adv or gentlemen, therefore,
yquH find it more. oonyenient.tb
do your trading now, as we Uy
them aside and engraye them free
mi ui iVAlt-iijw. i
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