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1EO. T. HUCKEIIY I Editor and
eMNNlE R. HUCKERY Publisher
Russell Paee say "a ninn rannnt
have too much monry." That's our
France has solved the problem of
what to do with ex presidents. Let
them live la flats.
Mr, Schwab continue to receive
condolences on the C,Ono,000 resi
dence he must soon occupy.
One pleasant feature of the revolu
tion in Ecuador Is that II was ail over
Kith before we kmw It had happened.
"Who was the first advertiser?" asks
the Philadelphia Record. We don't
know, but undoubtedly he found It
And how about personally conduct
ed excursions to Mars when the
camera fiend tackles thought photog
raphy? Theatrical nianacers wi'l "drop
Shakespeare." However, this Is bet
ter than the usual procedure of mur
Dramatic art, says Orleneff, the
Russian actor, seeks to make suffering
fashionable. Humanitariauisui seeks
to diminish It.
If the doctors did not use Imposlns
Latin names for their remedies should
we have as much confidence In them
as we do now?
The number of swine In the country
is small. One wishes he could say
that the amount of hog;ishness is
also very limited.
A dispatch from Constantinople sr.yj
In other words that Karatheodory
Pasha has gone to join the original
Ahkoond of Swat.
A f-Tshion witter says: "One can pet
a real cute layette for a baby for
8,00.- Wouldn't that make you join
a race cuiclde club?
Col. Mann says he returned some o!
the money he borrowed from million
aires. He also has had teeth pulled at
some lime In his career.
Maybe the dressmakers have an
Idea that dull, unobservant man will
not be able to Identify a hoopskirt 11
It is called a "clrcHtte."
Ecuador has had another earth
quake Earthquakes dare not come
fooling around Venezuela while Castro
has on big fighting clothes.
The Sunday jag Is a part of the
week' work, according to a Chicago
man. He never discovered that by
looking Into his pay envelope.
A writer wants to know whether
.cooking makes wrinkles In woman'
face. Well, certain styles of cooking
make wrinkles in men's faces.
it is pleasant to see a man ol
Orover Cleveland's r.pe nud weight
joshing the doctors Just as if he were
not the least bit afraid of them.
A mournful wail from across the
Pacific reminds us from time to time
that Korea finds the prttces of being
eaten alive somewhat unpleasant.
.Major General irotskl. the new
military commander at St. PeU-r
burg, may be pardoned for believing
the government will now win In
The fuel that a red petticoat did
Hot ftjrure In th story of that Penn
rylvanla tnaiden who flagged two ex
press trains leads one to doubt It!
Mr. Ilulfour la not convinced of the
truth of the French saving 'hat "there
Is no indispensable man." He wi!l get
luto parliament with an open mlud
OU the subject.
The Newport a pet a do nut say how
many cords of wood Mr and iirs
Alfred G. Yainlet blit rec;-ied as
presents on the occasion of their
Wireless reports from the. drydock
Dewey show that she Is making moj-e
than Jon mlli a a day on her voyage
to Manila, and for a drydock like the
Dewey that is going some.
They need no injunctions in China
Railway employes at Hankow threat
ened to strike, and the viceroy an
nounced that every striker would he
beheaded. It was not law, but it
Capt. Cook In his second and most
successful exploring voyage sailed
nome 3 ,' 0 miles in two years. Chlet
engineer ISuum of the Norddeutscher
Uoyd has sallml 2,im,0t)0 iu forty
ears. It is a swifter age.
Quito Isabella, who staked Colum
bus, was the first woman whose por
trait was put on a postage stamp by
this country. Th list has grown
somewhat, but has Dot Vet reached
Ann Gould, who atuked toll. Custel
l.Iery stable keepers In Connecticut
ttre lu Id by a (leclslou of a court In
that state to be not liable as common
carriers to exercise extraordinary care
for f tie safe'y of passengers. Now will
the hard elder topers In the Nutmeg
tutu be fc'.-vd'
THUS 8ANQ THE MORMONS IN
HAILING THS PROPHET.
GIRLS TAUGHT POLYGAMY
Testimony In the Reed 8 moot Hear
ing Brings out Interest
WASHINGTON. Tirighnm Voting,
the prophet of the letter Day Saints,
waa thus hailed In the Mormon tempi
as the king of the new world and the
head of the new dispensation. This
Is the song that they sang In the
temple in greeting him. The entire
temple used to arise when he entered
and sing the song of hall and Juba
Heard Disloyalty Taught.
When this fact waa testified to In
the Ueed Smoot trial even the staid
senators from X'tah had to Join In
the general laugh that followed the
announcement. Henry W. Lawrence,
a little man with a very postive man
ner, formerly a Moroion. but now a
Gentile, testified to the fact. He as
serted that the Mormons taught dis
loyalty to the United States, though
of late years he had heard sermons
In which loyalty to the government
Part of the covenant waa to obey
the priests against the laws of the
land, he said. The postulants were
instructed, be said, that "living the
religion" meant that every tenent had
to be observed, and no nan was con
sidered a Mormon or a saint or en
titled to all the freedom of the state
unless he was dwelling In polygamy.
While it was taught In church that
the manifestos was of divine origin,
coming from God. yet there were
seven of the apostles who opposed it
Controlled the Offices.
C. W. Owen of Salt Iike City in
troduced certified records showing
that the church was so powerful po
litically that it held all of the major
state offices, those of governor, sec
retary of state, treasurer, auditor and
state sujterintendent of education,
while In the legislature there was al
ways a two-thirds majority of the
He said that the teaching of poly,
gamy was that the polygamous mar
riage was a most sacred thing the
most sacred precept of the church. It
was taueht to the young women In
NEW YORK. While it will be a
week or two before District Attorney
Jerome begins the proseeutlou of life
Insurance officials against whom he
Is prenarlng cases, the Insurance men
who will be accused have already be
gun the flcht
Each of them knows as well as
Jerome whether hp will be charged i
with anything serious, and every offl
e'nl who knows la fortifying himself
behind fie best kgal talent that he
Every step In the prosecution will
be bltterlv foimht. Jerome knows thl-t.
and for that reason he Is coin'? slow.
He Is preparing the principal C:.es
himself, and he Is making them air
tight. The first sten will be the application
by Jerome for a special grand Jury.
Atty. Gen. Mayer denied today that
he Intended going over Jerome's head
In these cases. He said there was no
warrant for the published nqsirt to
CHCAPER OHIO RAILROAD FARE.
TP Bill Providing for a Maximum of
Two Cent a Mil Now a Law.
C()l I'Mltl'S, O Governor Pat
tlson has slim'-d the Frelner two cent
lure bill, which was accepted by the
senate and It Is now a law. It will
not go Into effect, however, until
thiitv tlav have elapsid The law
proP'es that two cent shall be the
maxlpiutii rate charged In Ohio for
Ir'tiUKHl'in' jmi" i n"er en the r.iU
ro.'-!s of Ohio for all !i-.taiH- s In ex
ecus or five tulles.
Ro'WefrMer cn a Yacht?
PCINK. WIS - A nhi.te vacM
with Jotn It. P'.ckef'i-ll.-r o'i hoard
w:n laid up til K.-v W -I. Kin.. Fc
ri'-uv 4. accoMl'tir to V!g"t Ilui-cn,
a business man f Paclti" now travel
Inn In the South Mr. Hansen men
tions having sat at the tiet tabi- to
t-at ef Mr. ptwkefi Her at a hotel In
Key West. The n t stout. lug place
of th yacht was not ascertained.
Don With the Report.
CHICAGO The rcad'tn? if t'e re
port of ComniNslori' r Gi'tflild has
been f Inlshi d In the puckers' case.
A reci-si has be n t-il;-n until Tues
day, when the III ft w'tneti to be plac
id upon the Bland w'll pro -ably be
Edward Cudahy. of Omaha.
Blew His Hevd Twenty Feet.
S'UMOKIV PA.T'red of living
because of 111 health. Monro-' V.'arv. a
res'd lit of Novt h'-irnbt i -land count v,
l-d dvriitpiite alxi it hW he l an 1 l-n't
d a fus" attaeht 4 to tV tl v ri ; 'f ...
The t,reoi:n eoi;-loii tb w hi head
twenty feet away.
A Pvlin fink P'v D vld-nd.
V'KING VAI I.I'Y. II. i..-M M
T.lipbie receiver of t'..e Si'r'ri' Yuli y
Kiiiifti.il bi'tik. wl lih f.i'bd Ji Iv 5,
JSu.-,. jM It'" '''"t d'e'd-nd of :o
f, r ft tit. am.' fun
A MUTINY ON THE MARBLEHEADf
Sailor Said to Hava Refuted to Obey
Ordtra Captain Denies It.
BAN DIKGO. CAI..- It Is stated on
what Is believed to be good authority
that a condition of mutiny existed
among the tailors of the cruiser Msr
blehead, while on her recent trip In
Southern water. The Marbelehead.
Captain Mulligan, has reached this port
and anchord apart f:jia the other ves
sels of the Pacific squadron now in
While at Pichlllnque bay, it Is said,
all but ten of the 325 sailors refused
to participate in coaling the vessel,
giving as the reason for this action a.
lack of shore leave and an absence of,
fresh vegetbles since the cruiser w-as
last at San Francisco. Several of the
sailors were Interviewed .and, while
none of them denied that there had
been a mutiny on board, all were
avers to discussing the nffnir, though
several of them admitted that the re
Mrt was correct.
Captain Mulligan said there had
been no trouble.
CREW" IS "CALLED"
WASHINGTON. Senator Aldrleh,
Rhode Island, the Standard Oil sen
ator, and the railroad senators In the
committee on Interstate commerce
were called to task by Senator IViIll-
ver for their attempt to block the Hep
burn bill In the senate.
Despite the efforts of the so-called
"pirate crew," however, the biil. It Is
said, will be reported favorably Fri
The minute the bill came up for
consideration Friday, Aldrleh and the
railroad senators began an attempt to
load down the hill with nmendmentri
to weaken it. Senators Clapp and
Ikilliver thereupon protested against
the tatlcs of Aldrleh and the others.
The discussion became heated. Ex
actly what occurred Is not known, as
the senators refused to talk, but at
any rate Senator Clapp became so di.-t-gusted
that he refused to sit with the
committee until the vote is taken Fri
day. Aldrleh made a heated reply, which
brought forth some stinging retorts on
Standard Oil and railroad methods
Dolllver told Aldrich In very pliir
language that he would choose hi
own words, and would characterize
as he choose the methods resorted to
by Aldrich and the railroad senators.
SHAW MAKES GENERAL CUT.
About 70 Treaury Department
ploye Let Out.
W ASHINGTON The house apprJ
prlatlon committee reduced Secre
tary Shaw's emergency bill by $j0.
(W) that he asked for the payment of
wages It: custom houses, postoffices
and appraisers and store buildings,
and now Shaw has announced about
70 employes will be dismissed and 3.e!
ridueed for economy. The announce
ment was made Friday, and Indig
nant congressional members are Ite
sieglng Shaw's office as the result of
the messages from home to save faith
ful henchmen. The dismissals and re
ductions are distributed evenly over
the country. St. luits lends with 27
employes reduced in pay, and at Kan
sas City and Omaha four emploes at
each placi were reduced. Scores of
towns ban? one or two apiece. Near
ly all dismissals are the Janitors' force,
engineers, firemen and custodians
Divorce Congress at Washington.
WASHINGTON. Dt legates from
fortvtwo stateR and the District of
Columbia forming the divorce con
gre is. w ill convene In tMa cltv on
Monday, the l'Jth Inst., to perfect a
IHTtnanerit or gsnlal Ion. Governor
Pennypacker. representing the state
of I't tins' Iviinla, which Initiated the
movement, culminating In the convent-lug
of the congress under an act
of its legislature, will deliver an ad
dress. In the afternoon President
Koosevclt will receive the delegated.
Prouilnt tit speakers will appear
tl toiighout the session.
Chinese Student Ar Indignant,
SN FHWUSro. Charges of
crii 1 treatment toward Chines.- slu-fb-iiN
noon their arrival In this coun
1r has been made before Comtn hion
er Hart Nur'li bv several young Chi
nese who maintain thut tilt y were
trtaleil with Indignity. Fifteen stu
dents in til! were examined concern
Iti't the e e of a you'n man named
Chin. The s'tiderits are all attending
the I'nlversltv of ll- rkley and made
their relent to Mr. Ninth at the re
tiie,t of Secretary Metculf.
Nebraska Get in Cam.
UNCOI-N, KK11 The Standard OU
Co. and the crtamery trust have a
fight on In tip' slate now. Neither
company has Incot jiorated III this
state, anil Secretary of State Calusha
has served not lee that both must In
n.rpointe or get out.
Mee't Siil for Manila.
SAN Fit N''IS"0. - - The I'nlted
Stales arinv transport Meade, Which
wit, d latd In her departure on the
fist ef the month by a fatal fire that
i-r'-ke out In In r hold, sailed fur llnipt
lulii, Oii-ini and MjiiH.i. cri)lng more
than l'I'l psmhi nw ri, beside tbe See-t-td
Itiftiitrv and th F.lgbtli Bird
T! Irtvt i;th field l attt i l. s.
Contrsctor nd Workmen Agr.
CHICAGO ar"pc III t-i n Con-trad'-!
have si'ie. d ell a k - jeulo
4 vt 05 c uts an hour
RATE BILL VOTE
THE HEPBURN MEASURE PASSES
THE HOUSE OVERWHELMINGLY.
STOOD 346F0RL7 AGAINST
Of Those Ballots Cast Against Mea
sure Not One Was Outsid Far
WASHINGTON. The House passed
the Hepburn railroad rate bill by a
vote of 340. to 7. Those voting against
the measure were: I.lttlefield, of
Maine: McCall, of Massachu.ssetts;
Perkins, of New York; Sibley, of Pen
nsylvania; Southwlck. of New York;
Vreeland. of New York: Weeks, of
Massachusetts, all republicans.
Rate bill attention will now turn to
the Senate, where the measure will
come up as the IVilllver bill. The Dol
llver and the Hepburn bills are similar
differing only in minor details, which
will be easily adjusted In conference.
Anticipating the roll call on the rate
bill there was a large attendance of
members und the gallitits wi re crowd
ed. After the roll call the announce
ment of the passage of the bill was re
ceived with u ripple of applause.
Speaker Centum stated the vote to
be u4tj yeas and seven nas. Mr. Sul
livan of Massachusetts voted "present"
and was not palted. There were
twent .tight members paired, but
these pairs wt re generally political
ones. None of them was made on the
biil and consequently did not Indicate
WASHINGTON. Congress Is
ready to adopt the view that the rank
of lieutenant general of the' army Is
made useless by the action of Presi
dent Roosevelt In deciding to aps)Int
a general of junior rank as chief of
staff. It was decided by the house
committee on appropriations that the
pay for lieutenant general would not
l-e provided In the coming appropri
This action Is the direct outgrowth
of the decision to promote Gen. J.
Franklin Hell to the head of the gen
eral staff over fixe major geuerals and
a lieutenant general.
It was the general understanding
when the rank of lieutenant, general
was revived that It was for the pur
pime of giving the chief of staff a rank
commensurate with his isisition at the
head of the army.
Now that the president propose to
have a lieutenant general in the minor
place o commanding a division In the
field, members or congress say there
is no use In continuing the higher
If the grade of lieutenant general Is
abolished It will deprivi Gen. henry
C. Corbtn and Gen. Arthur MacArthur
of possible promotion to that rank.
Kach of these officers would follow
Gen Hates In the natural order of
IS TO BE SUED
NEW YORK The trustee board of
the New York l.lfe Insurance Co. has
adopted th-- committee report, which
makes Former president McCall and
Judgx Hamilton accountable for
moneys spent for alleged legislative
piirixises. and recommend that suits
be Instituted against them to compel
repayment of the money.
The rcsrt s.ivs the committee ha
been unable to ascertain the purposes
for which these remittances were
made to McCall mid Hamilton or the
pur-ii to which they sir ptii Tim
officials of the home office and Paris
office have Information on the subject,
and the paper, accounts and docu
ments dint lose none.
MtCuH's family say the subject
can't be taken tip with McCall at pres
ent tin account of the condition.
Redmond I R ElecUd.
DI'I'.I.IN At a meeting of Irish
tnt nibi rs t.f the pa i llain. nt. Jidiri K.
ItedmoiPl was re-elected chairman of
the Irl .h paillaini nt party. A reso
lution was unanimously udopted re
It. mm. g the demand of the National
Ktn for s If -government and declaring
that the party could not siipisirt anv
Fngllsli patty or goveinunut which
did not favor the extension of home
rule to In laud.
Death From Blow on Head.
WKEW'OKA, I T.-llIM Tull. y a
brother in law of Governor Drown of
the Seminole nation, was struck on the
head by an Indian ulih a bar of Iron
at SiiKukwa and later died from his
liijmles. His asxullanl ha not yet
tut n apprehended.
PORTLAND, ORE Fair sttx-khold-cr
Will get a ?r. cent dividend.
Egq ar High In London.
LONDON. AuU's eggs me official
ly quoted at ll.'ioO apiece; at least
that wus the ptlee biotight here this
week whin a finely marked siecltnen
(if the gn-ut t,rd egg was put tip for
sale at the leading auction rooms and
knocked ilow ii to the lilghejit bidder,
a Mr. Mbbll, brook.
Mrs. Le;V-L Scotch Castl.
ro.NlMiN.--Mr. Ltlttr, mother of
I-ady Curiton. bus leased ths Tullorh
cat-tie, Roschlre, Scotland, for the sum
FEDERAL INSURANCE CONTROL.
Th House Is Investigating to Deter
mine th Government' Right.
WASHINGTON Acting under In
Struct Ion of the House the Judiciary
Committee has begun an Investigation
In order that It may icpoit whether
or not Congress has the power to pro
vide federal control of Insurance. That
this authority does exist was maintain
ed by II. W. llrecekenrldge of Omaha
chairman of the insurance committee
of the American Par association. The
opposite view of the question wss pre
sented to the committee by George
Whitclock of Baltimore. The Har as
sociation by a vote of 113 to 2!, sent
to Its insurance committee for con
sideration a resolution declaring fed
eral control of Insurance Illegal nnd
unconstitutional under the decisions of
the Supreme court of the United
BIG THIEVES NEVER
UNCOVERED, HE SAYS
WASHINGTON. In lit 4 argument
to Sen. I,a. Follette of Wisconsin to
secur e the senator's asst tit to becom
ing one of the trustees for the prox
ies in the New York l.lfe and Mutual
Life Insurance Cos., Thomas W. Law
sou declared there bad been slob n
ftotn the polle holdi r. of the two
two companies $ J."iil.onii nuo.
I.;ifollette asked time to consider
I-twson's proposit ion. The trustets
so far secured by Lawson are: Gov.
Cummins of Iowa, Gov. Johnson of
Minnesota. Gov. Hnntey of Indiana.
Gov. Uroward of Florida, John Hemt
hlil of Charleston. S. C , ulitor of the
News Courier; Ferdinand Old. r. edi
tor of the San Francisco Itnl'.etln.
I.iwson declared that not one of the
big evildoers had been uncovered by
the New York Investigation. He said:
"When the annual met ting of the
New York Life is held In April tin
country will si-e some of the fastest
scurrying It has ever had the privi
lege ,i witnessing. It will be p-rfonn-ej
by Kitckcfcller, Kodgcrs, Stiilman.
tt nl., and might properly be culled
'gi ttlng from under." "
Ijtwson plans for the trustees to
ask the New Yot k as-' nibly to amend
the charier of the New York I. If- so
that a matorltv of the board of direc
tor can be elected In April and to
cancel all old proxies.
CASTRO IS RAISING
AN ARMY FOR WAR
WASHINGTON Advices state that
President Castro Is enlisting recruits
and commissioning generals in each
state of Venezuela, anticipating war.
It has been learned that Castro can
not raise more than If. net) men w ho
will fight for their country. Thl In
formation Idlcates that the -ople will
not sus.rt Castro. All ablcNiidcd men
were called to arms.
Gen. Alcantra. a West Point grd
uate. communda at I -a Guavra. He
has received orders to fire upon
French warships the moment ttn-y me
CURTISS BILL TO SENATE.
Several Importint Changes Ar Made
In the Measure.
WASHINGTON. The Curtis bill
to dose up the affairs of the five
civilized tribes will come Ik fore the
Hetiitt" Monday. Several lniortant
ch.ingt were mad t by the committee.
Th senate hni passed a bill provid
ing a icnalty of ITi.tHiO and 10 vt-rtr's
Imprisonment for the premature re
vealing of government crop reports.
Another bill provides for the open
In gof the "'big pasture" In Oklahoma.
Stat After th Pennty,
IIARRISllCRG. PA The hoiie has
adopted a lesolul I..11 Instructing the
attorney general t.-v Institute proceed
ing attains! the Perms) Ivanlit. Phila
delphia A Reading and Ikdeware.
Lackawanna A Western railroad If
tin y are found on Investigation to be
earning on the business of mining
coal In violation of the state enii.tl
tntlon and tlu lr charter tights.
Mr. Cummin Disposed to Serv.
DKS MOINI'.H. I V -Governor Cnni
leluii l,..s practically decided to ei c.pt
Thomas Law son's offer of metnbei --hip
on the Insurance commit (e, thou h he
will make no definite atini-ini. im nt
until after a c.iiifeieiue with Govern
or Johnson, of Minnesota. Mr. Cum
lulus, however, will not ncccit the
e halrpianshlp, as he Is t xtn niilv busy
with his campaign for a third term,
and cannot undertake the additional
on the part
engine for a
of the 7 year
Balked By Speed.
I J. ILL. Prompt action
of an Illinois Central
and a fast run with an
physician saved the life
old daughter of Tl.omns
nearest physician was at
five mile away. The
the trip at the rate of a
mile a mluut
Mr. Lcnqworth Is Better.
Nicholas liOtigworth, who I su'f.-ilng
from an attack of tounllltl. was rt
isttted a much better. It Will be nec
essary, however. It was stattd at his
liome. for IiIiii tu remain rpiU t fur sev
Two Cent Rat Accepted.
CLLVKI.AND The lake Shore,
Trie and Nickel rial officials an
nounce that their road will not con
tent the new I-etit fine law govern
hig Ohio railroads.
l-:vcn bullC.gs In the business dl
rlct of Morning Sun. Iowa., were de
wtroyed by file. The loss Is about
(M0, covered by Insurance.
Mrs. Catht tine Ross of Denver slipp
ed on the Icy sidewalk In .Mlnm-aiKilis
and broke one t.f her legs. She Is
national secretary of the 1-adles of tho
o. a. n.
The South Carolina house of repre
sentatives passed by tweuty-thre
majority the Morgan bill to abolish
the state dispensary. The biil already
has passed the senate.
The Retail Lumber Dealer' assocl
tlon of New York. In convention at
Huffalo. adopted a resolution support
ing President Roosevelt In the posltlon.
he has taken In the matter of freight
Frederick VIII., the new king now
reigns over Denmark. HI accessions
has-been hailed wilh enthusiasm, but
sorow for the death of King Christian
U still the predominant sentiment
throiigho.it the count ry.
The funst ittitlotialiry of the stat
law prohibiting the iHisses.ln of bird
feathers for ttlmmltig women's hats
was upheld at New Oibans. The rn
was prosecuti d by the Aud.iUin slciety
Within a ear wmk w lil be begun
by the National Good Roads ass.Kia
Ib n otj a great highway extending
ucu-ss Ohio. Colonel W. H. M.s.re.
j. resident of the assocl.it ion. say R
W ill l-os( l ..'..Hi ,!.'.
A temperature of '1 tl. rr.-e 1 1 low
rero was report, d ui PlMht!rg. N. Y..
from Ijsuii Liie In the Adirondack
mi'ur.i.tirn. At I'ppt-r Chatt aucay like
the t.., iipcrature a ". b. low .at l-ak.
Placid. Z: U low and at Saranac lake
:.S el l..w.
The Vein ?in Ian govemmej-.t has re
quest, d the gov . rnnit nt of the I'niteJ
S'ates t.t lake rhar-re t.f its cn-u!.tet
In Fti'jice. Sccntarv R,,t has decid
ed to comply with the request and will
give the necessary Instriu th-ns to th
Atpetltnti ambassador In Pari.
Attorney General I" I Is if Colum
bus held In bl t ((ice the preptnlnary
I'e.iritu' of tin- complaint agaln-tt lh
Ohio Whob sale Grocers' association
to determine whether h should begin
suit to oust the concern a a triwt
violator. Three accusation are made.
Ice hMVcnMlig on the lake III nortil
wtsern Indiana that supply Chicago
with hundred of thoiisnnd of ton
has begun, t'ntil the crop I harvest
ed work will he carried on night and
day. fin nil the Ii-nILs of water In
that corner of Indiana It Is estimated
that I.oi'O men are employed.
Guvcriiur Cummin of town will s.-t
at ie.it all doubt us to I.I j - i :t ! a I
attitude lu a few d.tvs when he will
announce his candidacy for a third
term. After his address at the O Itrien
County Farmer' Istitute he declared
that he whs a Candidate to succeed
himself, and would b-sue a public
A Woman and four children wei.
found dead In lied at their home In tho
Roxbury district of Huston. Mass An
Investigation by the fsiliee Inixate
that the woman. Mrs Annie L. Dlvort
had killed the children and hers. If by
opening three gas Jet. Th" children
were Annie, ag-d 5 Ji-iirn; Oeorge. SI
years: Mildred, 2 ytars, and Marlon.
Dr. Anna Shaw, at the -snn of
ten national convention if women suf
tneulMs In Daltlmore, Md, made a
stirring appeal for franchise right
for her fair e. She d -eland women'
l'wer In domestic Industrial and
polltlclul affairs was greater thtin ever
and steadily was Increasing, and tht
demand that she have a voice In decid
ing question which affect her welfare
wa more urgent than ever.
Evidence Hint polgvumy ha thrived
Ince I'tah became a state and every
Moiiuan tskes an oath of vrutri-aiicn
aKnlnst the Ignited State Was brotiKht
out In the Reed Hun-it henilng; nt
Washington. The henrlni: were r
suim .1 after the lapse of many nionth
the chief witness being Prof, ssof Wal
ter M. Wolfe, foinu-r leat her of git
b'W In Dili-hum Young college at Lo
gan. I'tiih. He seven d III ciuiet t..r
with the church on Jan. 1. IOkJ,
thi-oioh failure to comply with the d".
matids for tllles.
One of four ttenii-ri fur monu
ment of the late President ILirrtson,
submitted by Cl atleH Mi bnns of New
Yoik to the Peiijainln llariison monu
ment commission of Indlanai-nlla, Did ,
was selected and w ill occupy ptwlt lort
In I'nlverslty park, near the point
w here Mr. Harrison address d so
many people during the campaign of
1KNS. The figure represents the ex
President standing In front of a t hair
from which he has Just arisen, and
la the act of addressing an audience.
He hold a tiiaiiusci Ipt In the li ft
hand, and the right I allghtly intend
ed. He wears a Prince Albert coat,
closely buttoned The figure will h
mounted ou a ciiil fticul.tr etedra.
Decause of a wager between her
father Edward C. Knight, the sugar
king, and her millionaire uncle, I.
Waterman Dwlght. Mis Clara Water
man Knight, the richest debutante rt
Philadelphia, Pa , ha been given ona
Cotillion that rlvultd the feaKt of t hit
"Arabian Nights" and whtth cost her
father $ Itl.tmo. Nevt Friday night shit
will be given another cotillion that I
designed to put the flist one fir lu th
t.iiidit Dwlcht will give the
i -eon 4
affair, and the rumor I current
It cost will be fioin jl, Pi'O to tt)Q-COO.
,ty ii II ..- -