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Th rnan a )in r,r. li, rx.rax
must not be offended If real men call
HhrhU may not like the look of
the husky person that are putting
Jtn on the buck.
What li the use of vacation that
only mean harrier work afterward to
tatch in with your wnrkT
Iook out for the pneumonia germ,
which l hiding around the corner
ready to pounce upon you.
The Chioftpd cow Mho had sixteen
sunces of pins concealed alout her
person was plainly a perfect lady.
Probably It would be rude to In
quire how much Allred Austin has to
pay to get those U.ings of his printed.
Hal! Csine hao nervons prostration.
Now perhaps he knows how most of
the people who fcave seen his plays
Gen. Uribe-tTribe threatens to
march asaiust ua, but we shall prob
ably be able to make a stand against
boib. of liim.
College bocks. It seems, are not aa
popular as college football. The Yale
flee club lost $2,400 on 1U Chrlstmaa
trip out west.
A bear la running at large In New
Jersey. The citizens are in hot pur
unit of the animal and if caught It will
has been appointed a postmaster in
Hawaii. Let ua hope that Dave's
administration will be O. K.
So many automobiles aeem to be
determined to soar among the etara
that aome of them might, perhaps, be
usefully converted into airships.
A West Virginia marksman has
been fined $!5 for killing his rival in
love. Which seems a reasonably cheap
price when you come to think ot It.
A farmer's wife at Driffield baa
given seventeen shillings to the church
missionary society, "proceed of egga
laid on Sundays." London Daily
A Chicago woman's club has In
some mysterious way discovered that
rao-lem poetry is all down at the heel.
Poets a.-e. of course, seldom well
keeled. Whea a woman gets so she doesn't
rare about the size of her feet and
turn her attention entirely to her
soul, you can set It down that old age
Is creeping on.
A New York man committed sulclds
rather than undergo an operation for
appendicitis. He must have been
afraid the doctors could do something
worse than kill him.
What war costs nowadays is shown
by a Tokio dispatch which tin that
the Japanese government has on hand
fsoo.ooo.ooo "enough to sustain a
short, abarp contest.
Thirty thousand orders for automo
biles have been placed with Ameri
can manufacturers for this year. The
horseless age may not be In sight, but
the good roads age la.
air. Howella thinks that authors
ought to form a union. When they do.
every member will doubtless hav to
pledge himself rot to work more than
twenty-four hours a day.
The New York Judge who has refus
ed to declare that a marriage Is Illegal
because it la loveless will, of course,
be condemned, regardless of contempt
of court, by ali romantic people.
There Is a young man In Pennsylva
nia who has attended Hunday school
1.3(H) times without tulsslng a Sun
day. He ought to be eligible for a
rood Job In the Standard OH ifflre.
President Harper, who ssts that
"the bright student is almost always
lay," probably feels that he could
point out a number of student who
are cultivating a reputation for br'ghl
jncss. I.ouivllle, Ky., claiice first rank
among the cltiea of the world as a
tobacco manufacturing renter. Po
or la concede this, but Insists that
tobacco is only one of the necessaries
A Frenchman on Ixng Island has
discovered an "infallible opposite" to
the mosquito, which he promisee, mill
exterminate that pest. After It has
eaten up all the mosquitoes, w hat will
U do next?
Out at Miller, 8. D., a woman des
perado hits awed the town aud kid
naped Wilbur Quirk, a drug elerk. Ws
extend our sympathy to Wilbur and
em',,atically protest that the Miller
woman Is carrylug the leap year bust
ii too far.
Now ft Is announced that the Span
ish sailors, and not Dewey, sunk
r'paiu's ships at Manila. l'rt-xiiinuUly
the l-'l'itniHi J taw that one of the
fleets iijuxl be sunk aud with true
fastllian courtesy decided that it
tbould Hot be that of the visitors.
MISSOURI PACIFIC'S COLORADO
LIMITED TRAIN WRECKED.
ONE FERSCr. IS KILLED: FOURTEEN KURT
Tha Dead Pasnor Waa W. L. Brown
of Ranaon, Kan. Train Waa Run
ning Forty Miles an Hour Near
Miller Mall, Baggag and Pstv
9r Coaches Hurled Into Ditch.
MILLER, KAN. (Special.) One per
son wm killed and fourteen injured
In a Missouri Pacific wreck, caused by
a broken rail, Sunday morning at 6:40
o'clock, near here. The Colorado &
Kansas Limited train, which left Den
ver Saturday afternon and was
scheduled to arrive here at 8:50
Sunday morning, was derailed a few
hundred feet west of the station at
Miller while running at a speed of
forty miles an hour. The engine and
rear car, a Tullman, did not leave tno
track, but the baaecee car, mail car,
smoker and chair car, which consti
tuted the balance of the train, were
ditched and badly shattered.
Of the Injured, several were taken
to Kansas City and placed in the Sla
ter's hospital. Others of the passen
gers were left at different points on
the Missouri Facific between here and
Surgical aid reached the Injured In
ess than thirty minutes after the ac
cident. Several Osage City physicians
were taken to the spot and one relief
train was started from Osawatomie
and another from here, Mrs. Shouse,
of Shields, Kan., Is the only one of
the passengers seriously Injured. At
the time of tha derailment she waa in
the front end of the chair car. Dr.
Fulton reported late last night that
she may lose her leg, but that her in
juries are not likely to prove fatal.
The other vistims are not seriously
The body of W. L. Brown waa found
In the wreckage of the smoking car.
It was badly crushed, Indicating that
death must have been instantaneous.
There was no one on the train who
knew the man, his Identity being as
certained through papers found upon
him. The body was taken to Osawat
omle, where it Is being held subject to
Instructions from relatives.
The derailment was caused by the
snapping of a rail. Whether or not
the rail had cracked before the en
gine of the wrecked train struck It is
not known. It is the theory of rail
road men that ten seconds before the
engine reached It, the rail was Intact,
bnt that the extreme coldness of the
past week had rendered it breakable.
The fact that the engine and tender
passed over It safely Is the ground
upon which the theory Is based. That
the Pullman held the track Is due to
the setting of the tlr brakes caused
by the parting of the train.
Lion Attacks Keeper.
ST. LOUIS. (Special.) During an
exhibition at the loological headquar
ters at Channing avenue and Olive
street, a Uou known as Caesar at
tacked Keeper Stev- tawreoce and
was shot dead by a policeman. The
Hon had only recently been received,
and Keeper Lawrence had entered the
cage to make It prform aome tricks he
was teaching the animal. Suddenly it
sprang at him and almost denuded
him of clothing. He was fighting for
his life when a policeman ran in and,
holding a revolver close to the lion's
head, shot it to death. Lawrence wai
not badly Injured.
Fought Fire With Snow.
SALT LAKK, U. (Special.) The
store and stock of the Leader Dry
Ooods Company, at tho Smelter town
Of Murray, were completely destroyed
Friday by a fire which for a time
threatened to destroy a whole bhck
of closely packed dwellings. The
town has no flro apparatus, and cltl
tis formed themselves luto snow
brigade, hitting the flames with huge
mow balls and covering the roofs and
alls of other threatened buildings
with snow. The fire Is supo-,J to
have started from a cigarette. I.o
Klilsd Three Policeman.
JONACATEPEC. MEXICO. (Sjw
clal.) Pedro Alaar. a wealthy ranch
man living near this city, killed a
commandant of police and two other
off!cr who were attempting to arrest
him In connection with a dispute oer
boundary fenci of Alcazars ranch.
Alcaiar made his escape aud Is still a!
Felons In Its Army.
MEXICO CITY. (Special ) A num
ber of men convicted aa plckporketa
have been placed In the regular army
to serve out the term of tbelr senten ce.
This Is the first application of the law
recently passed which allows compul
sory service In the army Instead of
Imprisonment for men convicted of
Bld a Bank.
MEXICO CITY. (Special.) Arch
bishop Alarcon has formally blussed
the premises of the new Catholic
bank, which start business with a
capital of I0.0oo.ooo. The Institution
expect a lurKe patronage fpun the
member of thw church. The flriit
newspaper in Mexico to receive the
pobtullc benediction of 1'ope JMus X
Is tho Catholic poir El Tain, of id)
City. The new pop sends his ble
Ing to the paper aud through It to tho
tuire Catbollc world of Muxku.
KILLS D IN A RACF. WAR,
Whit Man 8ot and Negro Drownd
WrcnSTKIt, I'A. (Special ) Ono of
a party of five negroes Hstunlay night
fired upon a parly of while men who
had been mnkitig fun of them, Two
of the white men were wounded, one
of them fatally, in trying to get away
from the Infuriated companions of the
Injured men. one of the negroes was
drowned In the Monongahela river.
The wounded men are: Robert Wil
son. 22 years; bullet lodged at base of
brain; rannot recover, llobert llonth.
Z5 years; bullet In log. The nam a of
the negro who waa drowned Is rot
known. For some time a bitter feellug
has existed here among a number of
white men headed by Wilson and the
negroes of the vicinity.
Patent Office Profits.
WASHINGTON. (Special.) The re
port of the commissioner of patents
for the calendar year 1!03 shows that
tho patent business transacted exceed
ed all previous records. The total
cash receipts of the office were $1,610,-
CSS, leaving a surplus of iSS,uo.
There were 30.213 patents applie-t for
nd 31.GP9 Issued. The report pre
dicts the same Increase for the present
year and says the patent office since
Its Inception in 1S03 has furnishel a
net balance of $5,CS;,H0 to the fuv-
Besieged by Rebels.
BERLIN. (Special.) A dispatch re
ceived here from Swakopmund, Ger
man Southwest Africa, says that since
January 21 three men have been killed
in sort lea from Okahandja againct the
besieging rebel natives. The garrison
at Omarurru repulsed a severe attack
on January 27. and It is assumed that
Otimblngve is also besieged. Repairs
to the railroad beyond Kariblb hava
been commenced. Ol.ahandja Is a
mission station elphty miles from Wal
Wanted to Escape His Wife.
DENVER, COIX). (Special.) W. T.
Coolldgs, who was reported to have
been drowned in Stn Francisco bay,
has been found alive at Sheridan, Wyo.
This saves benevolent orders and In
surance companies $11,000 for which
he was Insured. Coolidga says he
caused the report of his drowning to
be circulated becaune of estrangement
from his wife In Denver, and In order
that he might stait life anew under aa !
Seys Catholics Are in Danger.
ROME. (Special.) Bishop Mutet,
apostolic vicar in Korea, has sont In a
report to the Vatican saying that the
10.000 Roman Catholics living iu Ko
lea are subjected to grave risks be
cause of the condition of the country,
on account of the Russian Japanese
situation. Tho bUhon recalls in til.
report that his predecessor in Korea '
spent fifteen years tn prison because J
he was not afforded protection.
Woman Convicted of Forgery.
NEW YORK. (Special.) Al tho con
clusion of her second trial on charges
of forging checks. Mabel Parker ss!
Saturday found guilty of forgery In j
W k .1 . . I
mu sii-outi ucgrce anu was sent.-ncml
to the Bedford reformatory for an In
definite term. Her husband. James
Parker, who pleaded sniltv. was sen
tenced to ten years In the state
Switchman D es From Injuries.
PITTSRlTltJ. (Special.) .lames
Greenup, a switchman In the 'Frisco
yards In this city. Is dead from In
juries received by being run over by
an engine. He attempted to get on a
switchboard of the engine, which was
backing toward him slowly, made a
rulhtcp and fell. Two wheel pa:r!
over his right arm and leg.
BRIE FB I TVoF N EW 8.
The Italian fifth class crulBer Pug
lla arrived Sunday at San Francb.co
from Arapulco. After a brief stay me
ahlp will sail for the Orient.
A meeting of the business agents
and local officers of the V,j affiliated
unions of the Centra! Trade auj 54
bor Union was called last night lo
convene next Wednesday night for tho
purpose of discussing what action may
ho taken by organized lalwir In rU
Ixiula In sympathy with the present
strike of the Cttrrlar.o drivers and r-.rk
In recognition of their er!re to
the state. Emperor William has had
decorations conferred upon Dr. SchuU.
president, and Herr Ruthenau, general
manager of the General Eb-ctrlc Com
pany of Berlin; Herr Deninghoff. man
ager of the Society for Experimenta
tion in Rapid Electric Transit, and to
several engineers who haves been con
nectad with these experiments.
Hattlo Pitcher, the young school
teacher who has been under arrest at
Miller, 8. I)., charged with compllcl'y
in drugging Wilbur Quirk and attempt
ing to rob Collins' drug store on Janu
ary 12, has been discharged from cus
tody as a result of her preliminary
The Kentucky senate, by a vot of
23 to 9. defeated a resolution Indors
ing President Roosevelt's action In tha
matter of the Panama treaty.
The Twelfth Infantry, now at Sa It
Lake City, ha been designated to re
lieve the Twenty ninth lufantry from
duty In the Philippine.
President Diaz, of Mexico, gave a
dinner Saturday at the national pal
are to Postmaster General Sir William
Mulork, of Canada. The British Club
gave blot a banquet Saturday nlKht.
Social courtesle have been lavltb-'d
on lb Canadian statekman.
MRS. COX OUT
INDIANOLA POSTOFFICE TROUBLI
IS SETTLED AT LAST.
A WHITE KAN BEEN MADE POSTHASTE
Postoffica Has Been Closed for Mor
Than Year Mrs. Coa Wanted tc
Resign, but Department Would Not
Permit It 6he Refused to Accept
WASHINGTON. (Special.) Tli
president has appointed W. . Martin,
a white man, to succeed Mrs. Minnie
Cox as postmaster at Indlanola, .Mis A
Mrs.-Cox is a nrgrcts.
Concerning the appointment, the fol
lowing statement was Isued at the
"The president has sent to the sen
ate the nomination of William 11. Mar
tin to be postmaster at Indlanola. The
terra of the postmaster ha expired
and sue positively refused to eccept s
reappointment undti any consider
tlon, and made the request for the
nomination of Mr. Martin, one of hei
bondsmen and stanch friends through
out the whole trouble and who die
everything la his power to oppose ant
prevent lawlessness. A report wai
SAD FATE OF NOTED BEAUTY
Kentucky Heiress Victim of Unfor
tunate International Marriage.
Tho Marquise do Merlnville, who
was Miss Mary Gwendolin Caldwell,
Kentucky beauty and helres. and who
gave $3oo.000 to found the Catholic
university at Washington, Is critically
ill at the Buckingham hotel In New
York. The Marquise, who arrived from
Europe a few days ago. Is suffering
from a complication of diseases, has
lost her hearing and Is almost totally
blind. The Marquise's mother was a
sister of John C. Breckinridge, one
time vice president ot the United
Bfates. She Inherited $5.000,M0 from
her fatbf-r, William Shnk ensnare Cald
well, and $500,000 from her mother.
She was once engaged to marry
Prince Murat, son of tha King of
Naples, but broke lb engagement be
cause of the prince's demands that he
be given absolute control cf her for
tune. She was married to the Mar
quise de Merlnville tn 1892, Bishop
Spalding performing the ceremony.
Five years ago she was given the
ljielare medal by the University ot
Notre Dame tor ber services to the
made by the pootofflce inspector whe
had originally investigated the whoU
affair aud on his advise and In vie
of the po&ilive refusal of the postmas
ter to accept a reapiiolntment undei
any cotisld-rntlon, the president ap
pointed Mr. W. I. Martin."
It will be recalled that Mrs. Cox.
whose hu&band was a railway m.ii;
clerk, became objectionable to om
of tbe citizens of Indlanola, and '.
was flually requested by them to r
sign her office. Threat were mad
against ber, and she wss led to be
lieve that her life was tn danger. Sbt
expressed to the postofflco depart
ment a desire to resign, but, when th
facts were developed, tbe department
declined to permit ber to do so. Feel
lug over the matter becaioe bitter vid
as Mrs. Cox fell that she could not
remain In the office with safety tr
herself, the office was closed, tiie
poveroment refusing to make auy oth
tr arrangements. For a long time
the people of Indlanola have b-en re
(elvlna their mall from Greenville,
town twenty flve miles distant from
Indlanola. Tho citizens paid a special
carrier to bring them tbelr malt from
Greenville, For some time an arrange
ment has been making quietly for tb
reopening of tbe Indlanola office. Mrs.
Cox's term of four years havint; ex
pired, the appointment of Mr. Martin
la made as a solution of the dlffl
culty. Tbe appointment I understood
to be satisfactory to all concerned.
Prince Ala EJ Daouleh, son In la
of tbe shah, who hitherto has filled
the position of rulnUier of tbe Interior,
ha been appointed graud vlxlt-r and
prime minister ot Persia.
On a Hw Ld.
OKLAHOMA CITY, O. T. (Spo
clal.) It was stated Wednesday oven
Ing that tha (rand jury, which 11 In
vestigating the city government offl
clals, would likely be In session two
weeks longer. It was said that other
and more serious matter needed at
tention on account of cew testimony
adiuccd. Esveral members of th
council were before the Jury. As yet
there I no Indication that soy luiilcl
U'S&t will b returned.
Park arhe all
the lime Spoil
wearies the body,
worries the mind.
It all, and Kutii
Kidney pills re
lieve and cure It.
H. B. McCarver.
rf 201 Cherry st.,
freight for the
tal Co., says: ,-I
used Dunn s Kid
ney Pills for
other symptons of kidney trouble
which had annoyed me for months. I
think a cold was responsible fur tbe
whole trouble. It seemed to settle In
my kidneys. Doau's Kidney Pills
rooted It out. It Is reveral months
since I uej them, and up to date
there br.s been no recurrencs cf the
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers, price, CO ct nts per box. Fos
ler -Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
When a wuman has twius her hus-
sand acts ts If he bad been the w'lolei
Catarrh Can-tot Uc Cured)
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TI.1 frrffs-'. n -. tito., n tliv
tWf liVKrV.1Mtt l t( pr.-,. urh .4H1-Tul v- .
K..ia la cutlet rir-. . r -it..a-,mi fr. i
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S-S-f tVif1.t p' - T-v.-.
!' !!::' t sill I'll l..f NnllratNM. , I
It takes a financial genius to Induce i
his wife to let him sin-nd some cf the j
money he makes. !
Rforw thf Miffh ami
Work OfT (tie (Told
lMtiTeUrvxuoguiauia Tablet. PriroSSe.
When a woman is married to a man
she never secrns to reallne what a
load it Is to sit In his lap.
PL'TNAM FADELESS DYES color!
Silk, Wool and Cotton at one boiling- j
An optimist is a man who boasts'
of his bard luck. !
Own American Railway Stocks.
One million persons In the United
State own tailway stock or bonds;
$0 per cent cf the hoidlrxs In Ameri
can rsliroi is is now held In th S
United Stai.es. I
Church With Widest Nave. j
St. Michael's church at Coventry j
Is said to have the widest nave of any
English church. It I ti feet wide. I
That ot lork M o.ter is i0Mi feel In
English Mint Busy.
During ordinary seasons the Ktig
llnh mint turns out I'.,('0 sokrreigns
a wk. But It can produce Looo.ouo.
and it bss done so iture than otce.
Value of Hay Crop.
The bay crop, excepting torn alone.
Is the gresiCKl in value, tho gross
realisation during last ar on CL
S05.9t'. too being $r5.3:C.Su.
To Restock th Sein.
During this year ftx.m 1DP.000 to
Z'Xl.OtHt trout and salmon are tn be
turned Into the Seine la the neigh
borhood ot Part.
Covarnment Serum Laboratory.
The German government Intends to
rect at Marburg a state Institute for
the preparation of all known curative
serums for buuisn being and ani
mals DIDN'T BELIEVE
That Cof? Waa th Rtal Trouel.
Sortm peoplu flounder around and
tak everything that's recommended
lo them but finally Bod out that cof
fee Is the real rsme of their trouble.
An Oregon man says:
"For 5 yeara I waa troubled with
my stomach. I waa a steady eoffco
drinker but didn't suspetl that a
the cause. I doctored with good doc
tors and got no help, then I took
almost anything wl.uii someone rise
had been cured with but to no good. I
was very bad last summer aud could
not work at times.
"On Ix-ceuiber i. lyoj, (was taken
so bad the lMclr said I could not live
over twenty four lumra at the uio
and I made all preparation to die. I
could hardly eat anything, everything
dlstresued ti e and I was weak and sick
all over. When In that condition cof
fee waa abandoned and I wat put on
Posture, the change In wy feeling
came q ilckly after tbe drink that waa
poisoning m wa removed.
"The pain and slrknes fell away
from in and I hepae lo grl well day
by day so 1 stuck tn It until now 1 am
well and strong again, can eat heartily
with no headache, heart trouble or tb
awful sickness of the old coffee daya.
I drink ali I wish ot Posluin without
any harm and enjoy It Immensely.
"Thl seems like a Wonderfully
strong story but I would refer you to
the First National Bank. Tbe Trust
Banking Co., or any merchant ot
Grant's Pass. Ore, In regard to my
standing and I will send a sworn state
ment ot this If you wish. You ran
also un my name." Kacue given by
Postum Co.. liattl Creek. M!h.
Still there are many who persistent
ly f'jo! lLmsee br lug 'CorT-e
dou't hurt ui," a ten days' trial of
Post urn la Its place will tell the truth
and many time save Ufa.
"There 'a a rraii."
look f-,r tl,a h;io book "Tb Road
to Well illv" In ea h package.
RECORD RUN TO KANSAS CITY.
Wabssh Train Makt Trip In rive
Hours and Fifty Minutes.
Wabash train No. 9, fast nia.l be
tween St, Louis and Kaiifss Oty.
made a record breaking run from Si.
lxiui to Kanaa City Sunday after
boon. Th sihedule time for suiting Is
2.2.) p. w , and the regular time for
the run Is seven bonis and ten min
utes. No. 9 started one bbur lute,
lovt twenty mint) ten nn the way snd
pulled luto Kansas City nn time, mak
ing the run In flve hours sr I fifty
minutes, five minutes faster than any
There was a full equipment of a
mall car, combination tar, chair car
and diner. Al many places a:-n;, tha
route the train showed a. speed of
seventy miles an hour, and between
Mexico aud Montgomery City a mile
a nilcute was reeled off. The dis
tance Is twenty four miles, and It took
Jutt twenty four minutes to uinKe the
The train was In charpe of Con
ductor J. S. Gould The engineer wss
Charles Summenille. St. Louis Re
public. These things thet are cocked in a
chnflns 1 ty h late at riiht t.i-te t-r-rlbly
liKc crept on the tUvtr.
V Curt' 1a trie lrt Bitxlie we tet wd
tcic l ,3fti'M f itj lbro-,1 mn 1 tn-i- Wa.
0. du at, tuitiit.-vti, nd.. 1 lx 10.
The bark of a tuau's pan's always
r. minds us of the bide of an el-piiant
in a flatiy piace.
ro tor r ctTin:s i.ckk mtnwt
If Ml. uxKxl l llnll Hlno. ltw:I. mi.o
them w kit aa iku. S s. pjcage & moUk
The roan who can't afford to travel
enjoy It more than the man who ran.
Men. W Itwjlowl SsntJklHS avTHIS.
It is said that in London there are
no fewer than lo.ect profesaiooal tnu
rirlacs cf various grade, and that
n-ore than half of thera are women.
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For Rheumalltm, X
N IxnH Ikrjwis W.-.t
v 'straight at CIGAR
lt-tx. r.-r. Ill
BigiBltii Year fcj Figuring
a Little on the Future.
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