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PANIC 111 SOUTH
TOWN8 TOP THROUGH TRAIN,
TO QUARANTINE FREIGHT.
YELLOW FEVER IS GAINING
Kansas Southern and Southern Pa
cific Through Service Cut by thai
Action of 0t Ptrlah.
NEW OHI-KANfl The report to
tlii New Orb-ana board of health of
four deaths and seventeen new cases
of yellow fever In this rlty aeemed to
presage a conMlerahle increase over
the last r-"nt whiih stands n the
record mark for tm-i-niyjour lionra
during the, present Invasion of the
No report of now rasei or deaths
anywhere la Die South outside of
New Orli ana have been received and
a the review of conditions showed
a rery slight increne In this respoct,
the assertion nwrni warranted that
the authortbs lu thone widely scat
tered localities outssido of New Or
leans which Lave found sporadic fajin
have the situation well In hand.
Extreme measures which wrap of
the country districts are taking to
guard themselves from y?llow fever
threaten to put a stop to train ser
vice and may bring the federal
government Into the fever situation
In the South owr the mall service.
Radlcol precautions have been
taken In many other sections of the
South and there I apparently as (treat
a panic now prevailing as at any time
during 1S37. the bulk of the couutry
laymen refusing to put their faith Id
the mosquito theory.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
NEW YORK The Standard Oil
company has grasped Nicaragua. Prac
tically the whole of the littl Central
American republic la Dow owned by a
syndicate (if Standard O.l men. as
sociated with some of the strongest
financiers la this city. A town al
ready has been built, railroads are
projected and everything Is In read
ies for the backers of the enterprise
to reap bus? profits. Anion? those
who are primarily Interested In the
gyndirate are Jam H. Ickhart, the
P'andard Oil capitalist: Alexandtr It
Xia!sndy. one of Andrew Carnegie's
obi partners: Thomas 11. Rltlcr. the
Pittsburg rictl man; John R. McCune,
a Pittsburg capitalist; Robert Pi'calrn
assistant to the president of the Penn
sylvania railway; Iwllit W. Pardee,
secretary of the New York Centre!
llnea. and !. J. Ilee of the New York
banking bouse of Zimmerman
A BOODLCft FINED $1,000.
Adam K meter of Milwaukee Convicted
of Offering a $1,500 Bribe.
MIEWAl'KEE Adam Kreuter a
member tf the fltru of Ncltwin A Kreu
ter. laundry supply tctil, Chicago.
who waa Indicted by the grand Jury
for offering a britw of ed to former
Supervisor E. V. Btrauss, pleaded
guilty, Kreuter was sentenced to pay
a fine of fl.OVt.
Fred C. Gross, president of the Wis
consin Kcnderlng company, denied
that Charles E Muter who was In
dieted by the grand Jury owe the
company any money. Me a! no denied
making charge agrlnrt Mr. Pflster
before the Jury.
HE PITTED OUT UNOIN TROOPS.
John Comstotk, One of lllineiaa Old
est Masons, Dd In Peoria.
PEOlilA. II.I- John Comlick. a
resident of pitirla for thirty five years
one of the weul'blot men In Centtat
llllotiis. Is dead here, Mr. ComM. srk
was txirn lu Taylorvilio. O. In 118.
He came to ptswla In ISP). In the
CM! war t!mr Mr. fomto k expend
ed large funa of money in fit ln out
troops to 'ivw lu the l'nlon army
For this service be was publicly thank-
eil bv Kb-bard l'c. r.r governor
of Illin.il. and riven a mWh 1 s r-.iu;
mlnnlotl He was on of the oldest
Matins lu tre st.vtt.
A Strike of Leavenworth Plumber.
l.K VVKNWoKTH. KAN - Mi-mN. ru
of the Plumlx'ra union at lavenwotth
struck Haturday for au Increase f
wages from f I to ft 5'V for fight hours
work. Alwut twenty five no u Joined
lu the strike and fur the pre4t
ll will hold up tbe completion of a
number of new buildings at Port
lA-avenwor'.h and In this rlty.
Kansss Smasher Free.
A III I. EN E. K Art The csm agalnxt
Sl( women, farmers' slves, who stnssh
cd a joint at Inlustry lt week and
were arrested by the owner of the
building, was dlMnUsed. They had
engaged an attorney and were pre
pared to fight, so he withdrew the
cae. The Joint la closed.
Says the 0'fice Ooesnt Pay,
Gl'THHtE. l)KI A. Col-oe Thomas
II. Seard of Guthrie, lately appointed
tertitorlal grain lnpvlor has handed
Ma r'igna Ion t Governor Feguson
With the statement that the fees of
the efMce are so small that he would
,n debt f'T cxpenites should be
A New Mimo Town Isolated.
ItOSWEI.l. N M-lbeh rallr.al
brl lues on arh l e of Cnrlsbad ov
the IVoo are was'ied out by the flood
watvis This UoLites the Iowa,
TWO COLLIfIONS AT SEA.
The Steamship Minnespclla Lot, a
Propeller Binds In MidOcean.
NEW YOKK. Two coMHons at
sea, one of which st.spped a propelbr
blade, were reported by Ihe steatnstilp
Minneapolis which bus arrived from,
Jondon. Captain Thomas P. Gates
said that Ma ateanier was wedged In
so tightly by other ships ttist his only
choice waa to run (Town one of them.
He chose a Nulling smack as the leant
dangcrim, He struck the boat a
glinuipg blow which carried away
parts of her tUglng, but did do other
fiotno dayi latifr In tnld ocean Cap
tain Gates bel'evei the Minneapolis
ran over a fragment of a submerged
wreck. Early Monday morning, while
the passenger were asleep, the strain
er shivered as from a shock acalnst
the hull, and one bludo of the pto
ellcr snapped off. Passengers were
wakened and ran on deck In alarm
as the steamer rsmo to a stop.
After a short delay, however, she pro
ceeded on ber way.
NO TIPS, THEN NO PORTERS.
A Chicago Hotel Ruling Caused a Gen
CHICAGO. Thirteen Indignant
porters of the Palmer bouiw gull
the'r Joba "when the manager de
vised a acheme whereby "tips" revert
ed to the house The new regulation
provided that the men's salaries be
Increased, but that all Ops be turned
over to tie bouse. Hotel detectives
went on duty to see that the porters
turned over the dime and quarters
banded them by generous quest. The
"The raise In salary they offered
lis would not equal what we made in
the old way. Now, you see, the rea
on I struck with the men waa be
cause I got a "takeoff on all their
tips. I hired them and paid their
salurlea at the end of the mouth. I'd
like to know what things are coming
to w hen you can't get a little some
thing from a "genf without a detective
THE NEGRO DELEGATES BALKED
A Doll.- Assessment Broke Up a
MUSKOGEE, I. T. The territorial
convention of negroes ca!lfd In thif
city to diwuss future representation
in legislative conventions, broke up
in a big row and adjounred without
taking up any action. Prank Reel
who calied the convention, wanted to
cwlict a dollar from each delegate
nd fifty cents from each alternate
to pay expenses. This was the cause
of the wrangle that broke up the meet
ing. There were about 1H delegate
from various parts of the territory
A DISAGREEMENT IN OREGON
No Conviction In the Conspiracy Case
The Jury Stood Sia to Six.
PORTLAND. DUE For the second
time, u Jury In the Cnlted Statea dls
trlct ourt reported to Judge I)e Haven
that It was unable to reach an agree
ment In the case of the Cnlted States
ajiaiiifct Congressman J. N. Williamson
Ir. Van Gessner and eg-Cuitcd l"te
Commissioner Marlon O. Higg.
charged with conspiracy to suborn
perjury la connection with the secur
ing illegally of pan of the public
domain, and waa discharged. The
Jury stood six to six.
A Parade of 7,100 Eagle.
FKOVItiENCE. K. I One of the
largest street proceiona of clti;en
ever seen In the street of providence
was the feature of the field Jay of
the New England leagues of th Fra
ternal Order of Eagles In Crescent
park Thursday. Every state In New
England was represented among the
7. Soil mt-n in the parade. New York
also sent large delegation.
Its Real Estate Overvalued.
NEW YOKK. Two cMxrte hsve
hern appointed by President Morton
lo ulue tvery pb-ce of r al estate
In which the Kuultat )e lute Anirme
s-cety has n tutn t. K. ports, ts in
allege,!. Indicate th. iH-.l( tllty of
ti nshs ov raUaib-n. The s.x lety
society civna in this country an 1
nl.roa 1 real estate valued at. ap(rxs
imately, 5C million dollars.
Discover Graft In Manila.
MANILA Graft has V.e-en discover
ed I" the medical supply department
Hooks were falsified to cover a sliort
at rtndieg out (our yiats t'blf
Cletk W ililam He-evew baa be n in u
tencod to fifteen mouths for seiat'.g
stolen surgical tmplemrn'.s. ITIvates
Htrser aud Stotirbraker got five
tirs earh. ttraswr ronfese.l to
thefts estimated at lIS.OiHl.
Will Design No Yacht.
C.I.ASC.OW Alfred Mjlne. who
since the death of George I.. Watson
ha been regarded as the premier boat
designer of thla country, has declined
the offer of fir Thomas Llpton to de
sign a new challenger for the
America's cup. Mylne save the
America regulations give lliitlsh de
signers no chance for success.
Killed Two and Wounded Two.
1.EWISV1U.E, AUK After killing
to persons aud probably mortally
shoottmc two others, one. a woman
and less ilnncroui-ly shtxitlng to
more. "Ike" Kinney, a iwgm, was
kilted In a rter bottom at I.Xh-IU,
six miles uh of here.
Ultimatum by Eastern Irom Melds r
PITTt?IU'lt;. The ultimatum of
the Imn moldcr .f Allegheny county
was presented to the manufacturers
Tuedsy. It gives them until Thurs
day lll-hl 1w2.tLlC cif
BATTLESHIP MISSOURI IS
FASTEST IN AMERICAN NAVV
The battleship Missouri, which de
f'ated cither vessels of the 5ortB At
lantic fleet la a race from Newport to
New York. Is one of the new ships of
the navy. Laving been in commission
only since the autumn of IStOS She is
a sister ship of the Ohio and the new
Maine and has a displacement of 12.
3u0 tons. The vessel Is heavily r-
FOR USERS OF AUTOS.
Fine French Boulevard on Which They
In France automobile bulldlre has
reached its highest development.
though our manufacturers are last
closing the gap that separates them
from their Gallic competitors. Not
nnle in the machine made in France.
says Everybody' Magailne. but roads
lor it to do Its best on are proviaea.
liiarr.ti U constructing a Simile
boulevard on tbe cocft at Arcacbon
ft.r th evcluslve use of fatt motor
cars. On it there will be no speed re
st rlctlors. and every n an ano worr.au
ambitious to break a record or oc-ek
will have free licim-e to do to. Lum
Ixr'.og trucVs. family parties draws
by old Pohbin. nnrse-maids with f-er-arebulators
will rot attempt to cross
the boms of Td-mi!e-au-hiur devil wag
ers. Solid walls w.ll line each side
r.r 7.1.(1.0! w d9 cemnt boulevard.
and any acclderta that may nllvin a
day's si:rt will be confined atr.org ttie
sierters themselves. Like the course
of Ormorrt. Pla.. this French race
track will be on the beach, where In
terloper will hae snail cue to go.
The construction of the courfe will
cost II Ci-O.oon. a comparatively sn-sU
amount wben the lr.acnitude of tho
automobile bu:ne is corrtdered.
Fist-tr ad Sucker.
There atv ttoe who claim that "a
sucker is bora every minute " And it
nay be staled that the birth rate of
th.x-e wt.o n vke a bus'nes of flshir-g
for BticVf-rs is also large The lucker
flsberrran does not s'sy bog In one
p'ace. If tte suckers rllble be per
mits therj to sailow bait. hook. txib.
line ar.d sinker, and then. wi 8l.er
rr.an. be g.x'S to aoo'her place, spits
on his batt and tries Ms lutk again.
Warn the sucker of his fate? You
would as well try to admonish a p g
Wben the biting season U on it is bis
Instinct to ct'jbla. "A fel ar.d his
nior.ey are '-n psre-1 " And the
cvnlc will InMit that the only way
lo irske a wtve msn out of a f.ol Is
to part bim from h s money AUar.t
Few Catawha Ind'ans Left.
Hol t. 1-ee Harris rl.tef of tl e Cataw
ba trll of IrO'sr.s. mtlih has tiny
reservation rmbiarlng only ot.e square
mite near Itock Hill P C. on which
are e'tlitv members of the tribe, lately
vis ie-1 tts'.ctsh. N. C. e-klrg In the
Mu libi at y for all I r. torn s'b.n 's-
bie about tre Ca'awbas 1 !iee In
disiii were, even alu r 17 '0. a power
lul tiibe. aid tomlid th Cherokee.
n wie u tie N -r'b Carolina moun
tains and in th foo'bills Chief llsr
lis a tl st fe are only IjU Cats
has lu tre I'nited States, while In 1T"
tbe tr'.be c:d muster seveta! thou
slid w.vrrlo-s He Is st vious to l.ae
the tribe put under federal care ar.d
educated by tbe gi'i rcnicnt.
Left Sermon to Catch Burglar.
ISev. K It Pcott. rastr of the lisp
tist rhuri h in Kairivount. Va . Is t l
d'Tt'.y a believer tn muscular Cl.ris'l
anlty. In tbe m'dst of the service
sttiuday niijbt a man named World en
tird tie c.ur-h and Informetl the
minister that hi (Wedd's) house was
being robbed The fs.tc.r made the
nnouncement from the pulpit, cut
short the elosirg etetclses and the
congregation tesoived Itself at once
Icto a sort of pose rommlttee to hunt
lurciars l learblllg Worlds
bouse It was found that the burglar
Oir' Ready Promise.
After a rcert bt.quet one "f the
miners nvwg Hpi-ed the table wsiter.
tbe m waiter anl every waiter
w'tbin sutt. was ci-r.fronled by t 1!
another cf them "You'll remember
Ihe wsiter" sit the murmur. ' lt
me see: whst be oii done for me!''
"THtbplck. sir," was the reply, as
the waiter Indicated the b.-rrid and
unused Implement "IWmcmbir
you!" ssclaimod the diner. laleg a
genial band nixin his shoulder I
shall aever. neer trjet uur lovely
.". . . V
. - e -
mored and ter guns are in proportion,
as she carries four twelve-inch guns
and sli'en six-Inch gss. with a cum
ber of smaller weapons. The Missouri
has two submerged tc.-pcio t-vitts, and
ber complement ts f.Sl ofT.cer and
men. In the race Just won by the
Missouri te average speed was 18 21
INDIAN CHIEF IN TROUBLE.
Though Cff Reservation, He Wanted
Old Custom Kept Up,
Jim Big Heart, a wealthy Indian
farmer who lives at Pawhuska, L T
got Info trouble in Kansas City, Kan.,
the ether day by having too much
money. Having sold two car loads of
cattle, be prxsree.jtd to display some of
bis eccentricities. OScers were called
to a rooming bouse, where Eig Heart
Insisted on sitting cn the beds nd
mak:ce blrcstlf perfectly at tD.e. He
explained to tie cheers that on the
reserva'ion he was aceuttomed to go
ing whre be chose and that the
homes of bis people were open to him.
He as taken to the police headquar
ter and J1.&.V) was found la his pock-ets-
li.g Heart is well e-curated and
speaks excellent Enpli.'-h. He owns a
Tf'-acre farm and several bundred
kewd of horse and cattle. Chicago
Famous Swiss Cheesa.
AccordiEg to a report by Crifed
States Cotsul Higgles of Berne, there
ane TkfVoo cows in Pwltserland. They
average ?5 gallons of milk a yar per
row. !o-al of 4!.5oO,(HiO gallors. val
ued at m.OvO.t'eio. Forty-two per cect
Its uied for tome roc sumption and
the rest for condensed milk, cheese
Although represcntlr.g bnt ore-firth
of the en'.lre milk production the
cheese, market dictates the price of
mlik to all Switzerland. Tte cheese
Is Rade In about 2 (ei.j srr.all creamer
ies, some cf which are owned by
co-oirat(ve societies and others by
lcd pendent cheese makers.
Summer cheese made frra mliii dur
ing the time tte cos are In the
pastures commards better price
than the winter product maie wben
the cows are stabled. The average
price for cheese in 1SSJ waa fifteen
evi'ts per found.
Tbe total export In lVS was tJ,evV
(x-0 pounds, valued at IMvOOmO.
Only Self Mad Man.
The or-ly self made matt In the
worll. lir Mary Walker, row baa an
o portoiiity to rejoice and be exceed
InCy glad . ghe Is x Indicated. A wise
Judce la Pasadi Tia. Cal.. has rendered
a decision to the effect (hat be finds
no ordinance whereby oin shall
be prevented from wearirg trousers i!
thy rhiHke, Mrs Vary Jor-nsorv lead
er of a cult in Pasadena called "'bark
to nature." rjln.l tbe lsne There Is
a coloty cf these pants-clgd ladies In
that city, and tbey my rrade the
tre-ts at will, trouscreu Vkv paj a II
tit hearted ri'd. Let u bS-e
they Will g. up thst grshd street
called " Mill ona Ires' ViV afcJ -ass by
the bone of lioti Pv,r,'ette. win nay
Pnd material 1fl tie srer.e for a tew
lecture entitle!! "The It e and Pall c.l
the Skirt." Portland Oregon. an.
America's Crest Iren Fie'd.
The l est i laci 1 Pel l I. r tte ptv.'ae
tloa of iron In Nof k Amrrlri or, save
that In northern Ch;r.s, in the world
Is In the central secfl.tn of the V::
sippl salley. maialy W!n-s the great
river and the Apra'aihlan s?'en of
mountalra and no:'Ssrd beiool the
grrt lake to the heads aters of the
streama flowing Into Hudson' Itav.
the physical conditions on the who'e
being favorable for the cheap produc
tion of the metal ar.d Its rvady trass
rtafivn to the princlj le markets tt
Is a question, boaever. If the s'ote
will supply the ttemards of the future.
Auto Was Very Useful.
Frar.k E r.ieaa, a farmer out ta
Warren. Is nM to see some gid la
automobiles after his experweue of
Tuesday Mr Glean s had a big loa 1
if bay Just rea.'v to gt In wba te
of his hres ba'kr-1. A thunder skoe
er was aKut tvv bec'a r-p-ratbs is
U s vicinity and be waa la a ilri
when man wh i Is tU tir.g Mm Ks!
Into the SiM tn h'e autA y-jtekly
ivsking fast a "basser" t the axle
of the hay tack, the kad was snatched
Into the bar in short orJr. r.i'.ca
I SEORTMISSOURI ITLMS f
; ,,,, ;
I.fn Crtt la to Lit- a il
A reit rv1ial la Fyt'. ev-ri-
d U'l t-pl
Aadrw error ty w ill li A a lee Js-5
to t ,!).
Tie A4t.r,i.. fcn . y t4XB
''"'Hit in b-.5a.'! U( k,
fibany t rid tl.3',1 II wi'a
shifB to pay fvr a r rt fair.
Holt coe,6ty will Ui j(s(.lt rural
free d-li-rjr tf'r tn-:Art 2.
The fu V fils of a toa
b' ',rs.-r-- from t! wifi.
AlN-rt Ma.'Ham. a J;&-m.a, rrsip-H
X live :( a jji. J,;,, -j . ,
tc;verr.or Folk bas i;,i 'be
f-cpia fi tie Knejs.'.e.i ertr,;
Tte new bt;I!!;r:g tie 'a"
utoul for pria at Ctiilktie w.il
The yU-n war v-t-rst. v-tt
appropriately teH t.i.'-ir iw: 'su la.
Fine rit. at 'iis l!is cf tie yar
ire ca:i4 "SvfA.lu lackers" over
m Ou'ry co;;r.;y.
Seda'ia is Lavicg a swet ?r-ra of
1 swW s fair in to c-:ti,mie
Iira Hemdon 5s seder arrest la
Columbia, and the police mj , is
a "strong-ana" worker.
Peter Vadcais. an acrd K'xsctv'Ve
man. w ho is said to bare t4
m bis person. Is missing.
William N. So-j-bera. jr, of lale
rer;dence is the new prv-r-iiirj;; of U.e
Missouri Press as&oiaiioix.
A Monett pnut sratd maa adver
tises 14 on every Siicday. Be?-.
business through tte week."
Sedalia is going to put the S-jnday-r5olcg
law In full fore and c.iuse
iverything but the druj s'e.
Ixmis - BolliEger of Ricfccyaid tis
been appointed clers in tbe asric-iAi-lure
department at Watbin'ja-
Ralph J, Hidland took tois.a and
then tJmed on tbe gas in bis rwna
it i-priLfeTltld and died Tuesday tugbL
Bprincrfk-id is to have a new raJJ
road, a new normal school an J a new
boteb and yet Springr:tid Isn't bra
iir.g. Tbe gamblers are sii to tave i.
serted JopUn and there is a notice
able lack of sorrow around tie min
Mis Mary Berg of Joplm, who ab
leges (bat Jot-.a Moa:s cf the Hotel
Joplin slappvrd ber face. Las ,td tim
President Roreve!t fcaa sent Gv
ercor Puik an autograph copy of "The
Strenuous Ijfe." Polk Lxos what
it la, all rlgbL
The Buccetoa Eagi la trylag to
.nduce farmers to name their farms.
It. publishes a list of those who Lava
already dona so.
Carlton, the alleged bigamist and
murderer under arrest in New York,
la J. E. McCandies. who waa bora
in Ijouisisc. Mo.
Homer J. Clark sold his interest la
the Harriwmv-.lle led-r lat we-k and
theo bouiitt tbe Hamsonville lK-mo
irai from Edgar IJoL
MaricKj Wright caught tie foot la
a cattle guard on the tferhngtoa
track near Mooresvil'.e last week and
was nu don and killed by a freight
Trenton's baseball club beat tie
fibomer Giris by a score of to S.
The Trenton papers acree thai the
girls hetaved in a very genilemacly
la order to be mar the grave of
her son. oee of tbe victims of tbe
Bennington d.sas-ter, Mr. Kobert T.
IVllis of Springfield ha f to fan
T. VI. Casey, cashier of the Salmon
tank at Cliu'.oa. who waa arre-sted
fur re-ct-iviug deposits when the Unk
was knoan to b IniKilvent. 1 aata
out on bond.
Tom Ilrowu. a negro ebanred with
BianiiT, :eat-d gw-;:iy to tfe XI.;. :i
of CapL V. W. We;r t So.-irjff.eM
and was teBtrcred Uv fc;r.e J-ais lu
lae p -cltentiary.
P-ei!(k. vf the 1 1 eh price cf ore u
is sAid tbe Prime We' n ?lnc rru
fvany will withdraw frora the Jopi-.n
market and thst oiter ore l uyeis w i.i
f-41uw l' example.
Ti ts is reached f T at J-', :.&. Vb,
Ihe K'4 of a li.sr.e ca.l in i:.e 1,1
of t:ih create 1 j!v a diwS: that v-.r
Din who were i9 ttjr r tuea
v.t of barm a wy.
Smiiht.-a. Pe'tis co'.r.ty. waa laidtsl
by burglars Tours-lay tisat. t
Sieves were t-utrml snl ihe et.'j
mo y (.l.iait.i J a la xh iii !:-,. ,
a small sum in cash.
IVwn 53 New MJrlJ ciiu!y rvi't-ri
tavEts are Ix-.r.g majo tt aoeiit:
wbeUitr or aiH tiew ra be eor,
tr..re prol'iatuy. So Ir (be ivsul'.j
bav b-e B tavotat Us.
la a fml!r row .r IVxikoa
Charles IKNev was Uh tn the rij.l
e and a u, and wi.-i K Mt. H
brothrr ta law. Will tiarmoe. u suj
to hsie oobe tbe t.vi.,t.u.
Tbe M.iirl Ncgt t4d F'.l.-ws
who tave te la ea at iltvs
have sleeked A. M lJvd. St. U.vj.
grand chaac-i-lky. Tie kxlge i
uieei la Kactsss C'.ty next year.
Tte S.!uuW IhVs the county
Jjl.1 at lad pefc.we.ee sbo.iJI N va
Urgent. It wo-i'.d I k t-jx a b.fivt
Chfcia gSI'.g llCV. tu SO Ul tMvCt
wvxk tbe r.i cvsuid b d-
Tte tc.(y f Jaeiew P. O !!me w
f iaj e-a the rai:.-Mj li t Bvr
hT-rtngl.-M afrr trva td run ot
t isn. Oji:t t-d ti ed s ia tiaw
forw and -!ll l: are tn,:;a;iu
A s!iy frv. isu'-a Vl .ourt u
tbst Ujifc'.n r.g s-'.rv.k a C'i'.ry rj.;-i
and tur-e-J up b s ."i of tl '.a !ij
Ms Xv-st t.vVi( w UtKit feiir'.ir tin
Tre wk poit tn tte suuy ts
presence f the til's la tie v4ii.-r i
FKAU lOll .NIAGARA
itifs voluvi or WMIH
OlVtftTCD FPCM FALLS.
Ct(;ftiil eeee e fsl.J
Msevy D'a e t Th. Fiw "e'-
t Tre-or E'sctrKal
Pewee e) If 4wce"X.
N-lagxr rrt. a?a-it T TS
t'.ltst tA a'r Iftt .Tr-
f.-'.m t.e kij.trrie . . a TaC u
fa?!.'f.f ss'li frpjci'o Sias t-lia
prle of t-e ?''e are try.sg t faj
laws w'.l jrTtt tie fje.V
fy of a tracral wtp'lae "At t-t tS-
SsV,ae uirl ;eiac--
Wa'.sr --:S t- i-t'if tn?T
fv fcsjred tbessae !fjr"5.wr
e-ii'lr.o's y. twsy 'st bir fr
iir. t'J tJE'rvsJ pnrj-vte-t, !a tw
t-t'fijf. t"a t?' tie river H'-ts ie
Fa.'.s. aid f-.r.ier drt;s:i'.t r
'j:r.n awe wav.r Co:x;-a:e-t.
p.fj.i.'.r tie "4aes-.t tr t,( tli
eVc'r.'-iir jri-ife4 ty tie si'tri ef
:i cui'y nr is tie cas.f.ra
by tie $v4 jf tig "ifvjsi's i tr
teat 'it tie, .-jg -.rt- tr.ag
!- 9 ail c'.it '.z.'a z
tirsly jT-t.-ivl-g wlai 'a kwvi a
Ca clTta Carxli.
trrj tt.ij tar i '.t i;vg a
so gt--is t"M9 rye. li'. la e-'-""et
w:-i wa'er it ;r:tr lx wrlTJ"T a-1
trV al--'aa:ly tie gs A'v ?.
Tbe IUM ra:'ir.g tnvs tie ,zz.-.rri
cf --; a :n "i t,si
ret: gi. 1 r .- z.-
Tte-i-e tM.tr.. Wsyzzl cf -ws-.-ir--tivtly
reject Kerr. were sm
sslxed by ma wi k at eye to vfst
cerfli! p f,'' a.r.4 -Jy-Jay ai
t'.ca carttce U t tg sil;;l -r7-wiere
t4 t f-.r d.; .. ig dr
ge la bQllfiiig cf all ecjr.j'-'iis,
from tie JJaary tra t-f tie farmer
la tt rear. try vlla of tie wexfty. as
well as f-:-r I'.gtt'.ia, tie i-rt-a of a
large BEE.br of tow-E. Ace
can b easily ad cteat'y ts.fa.IX.
aid tt Kas-ifactar atd cf
acy'ez. gr.---j- tf becoea a
tssises tA reerr;;ie srsn-i'ig, txs
SHiicrj large p-:-or,.ij'je at I la
. National Wo.lti cf Japan.
Tl Aiitr.aa Maf.ly ifaxarae f"S
tte Oriert ta -vct-i.-ie-J a ".aegcsat
of tte ca-.yr.al weairh cf Ja-a. iAe
cpoa r r"s of Ansinaa bs-sce &-c
cf Tc-kro, in wtith the total a-Kwet
motsey laverie-d ia 1X4 by cenrpora.
tions ecgag4 la coamen. la Jisry
agric-clt-jre, tasking. mlJUng. cavixa
tion and rallrrd.! is llicsd at a bo it
I4?.Cv-..vi). The tac is tad aV
i:i:. Is dc-sotitj, and ttir b
tad capital la 1513 arao-jBted to aboul
l :::;; ,. The putL debt ta iya
w as aboit fll.r..i.''.'
Tturidr--! of stw ay the rj'-x
WUAXiUty and r qiuvnty Lrr
f.ance Harrfc ts frt takln place f
ail fcer tres is (ibrrw m l&rr caa
But seJ say oiter s-area.
Wien yo' ee a fretty girl eat cort
from tie cc-b. j-vx look at the tuttes
on ber rosix faoe and wooi-r If she
knows she ta alHowed tte test part
to get away.
Ask Toar OeaWr tar A"i's Foet-Caaw
A pearler. It r5 tte fr-t. Cnrws sit w,
S-rw. ti..I CaU.-vs. A.;c.u g. wt;-.x t
bl I-jr-jwirg Al a-i iJr-unr.sta aJ
Ste sv-r. i5 ce Aiv-x xitute.
Keitp.e rce4 t Arwae. Ai.jra is.
Uuuusi. UiwJ, it. Y.
Horse raciag; la Italy ts deal tinea
tte tntroductivi of aatoraotlle s?e-l
rA't Tn knwr that rrtce ?tre
b-sid t-irg r.iutiy scifkr te
aay other. Is put up ! vmii-tw in pak
ace scj sells at aam prt L
ouaee ickir ef litr k;&is?
People tali of bavin- borse seal
But did aoyboiy ever catch a fcorse.
retting drst.k asl baus ir yeart
ago lUn.'.a.a Ut a x Iwra rb'.M?
Few me are ever k de-;'y la lve
tV.Al Ihr wtt I ,&ff-.r Btin.Ir ir
after ail. fc is ral:y tte nsfct w-
Anj That Inc'vOe T-n.
""Torn liW'ii can't dJ mu tj an-ir
of tte rxpe;ng N:Bt witbog gee-
!'l.ng lata trxuslie tit':f."
"What do yvMi ier
w;i, it He ke--e m yirt-j j
pev-le pints be s.-.-a will tste x
1 poe-d Every Nly ." Kaas City
STvery fei.s. cr-r sb al-l trtow
ttst if they sill bty tvssace t14
Wster f'areh for Uitdry ue ihrf
ail u a-. ( ea.ly la. bH-a tt
aever s:;. ks to ts lr.c, but b-ss
r'.3 p.-kst cx-Ct ".8 lx o oce fU
' jkb J w hi. -l other Cold V;r
' Starvhr are put up ta pouud fth
ail mivt IS. rnre I 1. ftsie. l'X
cesls. Thva as:a bevausa IVSasca
jiJareS ts free fr-jra al! ti.'-iricus taa-H-ala
If jour gria-rr tries O sell y4 a
U-a rackag tt ta because he baa
a stock oa easd wtich he wibe U
of tsef.ve k pat ta Wfesee.
lie kuta list I1 is ace t-xrvi baa
rciutej oa ery pacxaj ta Large Set
tec aid tg-irs "l uJa Ivxtil
sSa& aa.t sav much I'm aai
Btoney aid ' aBBoyauce at tie trva
sl:c-'ig tvrp mut ticis.
Joliw D- Ko.k;t. iier resU'U'-i.''a
tru'ee vt Vai-var evi'vee s dae, he
Ie It be known, not to any d."tr-ev-w
ttat fcave ria tlm ad
hU cvilvagvir on tbe boar l. but s.miily
t a d'- tw t.j de-ree (its burJva.
Tte pv.Mic arw rva-ure-l aotiy la
Yanvar has CDit It uat!eant 1st
Mm, aed the colli ut'j..'ru.e d-a t
aa.lc!i'i aey w ti ia .u a al of his 4i
!vBae. Mr. Iiwkfet'-f has sura IJ
Vaivar tnvr bif a mil .on d . vrs.
Tte c..'.Usv. to vary be na'Uyiii aa
d J. i'-;, wul at ti' U. til-J tiat