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RATE Bltt MUST EXACTLY FIT
WONT ATTEMPTTO DICTATE
But If th Senate
Does Not Da a
H Will Lpiet
W'ASHlNGTON.When tfce senate,
committee on Interstate commerce
meet Friday, lo vote on a rnte bill
the announcement will bp made auth
oritatively that President Roosevelt
ulll not attempt to prevent amend
ment of the Hepburn bill; that lie will
leave the committee free to exercise
its best JudKctneiit and. if possible,
compromise its difference; that If a
bill l reiHirted which does not meet
Ms aproval and In that form Is passed
by congress he will coutenl himself
to exercise his vote power. This an
nouncement will be made as the result
of a conference here between the
most active persons' sup-Hirtlnn the
house bill without amendment, but will
be delivered to the committee by a
senator who has supported an amend
ment providing for Judicial review of
an order of the interstate commerce
The conference at the White House
was one of m any that have been held
there In the last week for a
of the raliroad rate question, it was
attended by Senators Ikilliver and
Clapp. Speaker Cannon. Representa
tive Hepburn and Attorney General
Moody. They had under consideration
an amendment said lo have l-en draft
ed by Senator Knox and tevUed by
the attorney general. The draft in Its
revised form, however is said not to be j
satisfactory to its author. It was of
fered in a spirt of compromise, and j
the president and attorney general i
wanted to know whether It would be
accei table to the member of congress
who are making a fis:ht to prevent the
adoption of any amendment which
they believe would Interfere with the
operation of the measure they purpose
to enact into law.
EXPECTED IN 1906
NKW YOUK The annual forecast
of Immigr.'itlon for the tear has been
Issued by Itnmi-liton lirandt-nbiirg. j
president of the National Institute of
Immigration. This forecast has for
three yeara estimated the influx 10,
000. There w ill be, Mr. Itraudenburg j
thinks, a considerable decrease, altout j
VO.tinO, in Immigration Into the Unit
ed State for l'.el, a compared with
last year. This is more in the gross
than in the net, oalng to some pecu
The extremely open winter in
America lias allowed an estimated
SOO.iVifl laborers to continue their oj'n
ulr wotk with more or b-ss regularity.
At b ast TS.oi'O of these would have re
turned to Italy, Australia, Hungary and
flic-ece for the winter, and would have
come ataln in the rr!ns. The pos
sible coal strike will deter ten of
thousand from emigrating. There will
!e an extremely heavy falling off In
the (tusklau and Polish Jew Immigra
tion. The events of the last two
year In Russia ae served to pro
mote a new solidarity among the
Jew and they probably will remain
where they are, temporarily, at least
Town I Aroused.
MONTGOMERY. AI.A - The town of
Marlon I aroused over a search for
burled treasure. Seteial da ago a
mysterious woman came there from
tialveston. Tex . and obtained permis
sion of It. 11. Evlns lo dig In til yard,
she telling hint that some here on the
premise her grandfather had burlt d
lot of gold at the time of the war
and bad never been able to locate it.
Th Indianapolis Sentinel Suspends.
INDIAN Al'OlJH The Indianapolis
Sentinel ha suspended publication
snd announced thai oln to Its opera
tion having been unprofitable it af
fairs trsuld be gradually wound up.
The dally subscription and tho physi
cal plant have been taken over by the
Indianapolis New. The Sunday Scti
tlnel will be takn over by the Indi
Sterling, III., Flood Damage.
RTEKUNG. II.I.. An Ice gorge In
flock River raised the water ten feet
In a few minutes doing damage esti
mated at II 50.000. Fart of tho new
steel wagon bridge was carried out
and two other bridge are threatened
between Sterling rsd Reck Fall.
Railway Men in Conference.
PittI.ADEl.PH! A. In response to
an Invitation sent out by Jaine Me
Crca. first vice president of the Pen
nailvanla company, official of sev
eral big railroad companies met hero
to discuss, It I said, mean of con
testing railroad rata legislation.
Woman a Train Wrecker.
TIFFIN. O Mrs. Cora Carncster,
who I mentally unbalanced, wa r
lested Friday night charged with bar
ing wrecked a Pennsylvania freight
train and with having twice attempt
ed to wreck a passenger train.
Vanderbllt Injured a Boy.
FIORKNCH, ITALY. W. K. Va
deibilt I detained at Poulcdera. a
town of n.uml inhabitants, on the
road to Pita He had an automobile
eecideiit In the street by which a boy
wa Injand. Th boy will recover.
END OF FRIVATE CAR LINES.
Railroad Ar Ordering Refrigerator
Car ef Their Own.
CHICAGO The Chicago & Alton
ha ordered new equipment cost Inn
$ 1 .ftfiO.OfKl for delivery during the year,
Included In th order are 20 hopser
bottomed car of 100.000 pound ca
pacity, fen heavy consolidated loco
motive, 1,000 40-tna box can, 20
50-ton stock car and 200 30-K.o re
The lust Item mean that the Alton
propose to run It own tefrlRerator
car. Other railroads are Rlvlnc large
refrigerator car orders, indicating that
the day of the private car Hue Is claw
ing to a close.
THE GOVERNOR OF
. OHIO VERY ILL
COLl'MBl'S. O In a habeas cor
pus case in common pleas court here
Dr. K. J. Wilson, who ha attended
Governor Fattiaon, testified that the
Rovernor has been so weakened in
brain and body by Is illiness that he
cannot give to any subject continued
thioush, aIthrou,;h he is perfectly sane
The testimony of the physician has
created a sensation and In every place
where public men were comtretated
was the whole subject of conversation.
There Is universal fear that he may
li"ver be able to carry out 1 Is plans
of government. It Is said on the best
of niiihoritr th-it the eovernor'a
f.1IuiV 9 Bnxious that he reslpn and
devote himself to seeking recovery
Se cretary Hnuck made the same state
ment that he has made continually
since the Inanimation.
"The governor is doiner nicely, but
will not be able to be out for some
time yet." he said.
SAYS TROOPS WOULD
BE TOO LATE
EI. PASO. TEX. General William
R. Shafter, who commanded the Unit
ed States army In Cuba during the
Spanish-American war, passed through
here on his way from a hunt in Mex
ico to his California home. Discussing
the Chinese situation and the txrtiM
bility of Intervention by the United
States, he said :
'If there was an up rising In China
this country could not get sufficient
forces in the field to make a showing.
There are many troops In the Philip
pines, but they would not be availa-
ble for a clarh w ith the Chinese.
'The danger, If theie Is any. is to
the Americans situated far Inland. If
they wete attacked it wouid be all
over before the United States could
get troops to the sit. So far s the
j naval forces are concerned. It Is dsf
j fetrnt The navy is well equipped.
' At Manila, along the coast of Japan
and China and at other convenient
liolnts in the Orient, tbo United
State has ships which could be
brought to bear on China and enough
to meet all possible nesls."
"The Americans near the coast an4
in the largest cities are safe enough.
Farther Inland no military force could
be brought to bear In time to avert
threatened blorwlshe j."
A Pins Lumber Output Decrease.
CHICAGO A statement of the
pine lumber output of the three state
of Michigan. Wisconsin and Minne
sota for 1 '' ha Ini'ii isxued. Ac
cording to the statement there iu
Inst year a total production of white
and Norway pine In the three tats
of 3.t!:a,0;'9.0Oi feet, against t.IIO.itl",
0o! (n the year U'", slioalng a d
crease of f.'.C'.SNS.OOO feet.
On Per Cent Good Asset.
HOSTON . The receiver' !a!emr-nt
of the financial condition of the Han
over bank of this city, a West Vir
ginia corporation which wss placed
in the handa of a receiver several
week ago, shorn that out of a total
of of nominal asset only
$5.fi3l are estimated as good The de
posit In the bank were 129,801.
IS J. 000 for Meat Inspection.
WASHINGTON -Th bouse In p sow
ing the agricultural bill, voted an In
crease of f'n.twvo to the regular ap
propriation for the tnsjiectioii of meat
in order to meet the demand of tho
packers tn handling their foreign
trade. The senate. In considering the
bill. Increased this amount to $lS5.t03.
Pel I Belching Lava.
PAUIUDOKS. WEST INDIES -Mont
IVlee. the volcano In the Island
of Martinique, Is again iu eruption
and the inhabitant ara In horror of
a recurrence of the great disaster or
May, 1901, when 35.0(H) persons lost
their lives In the destruction of tha
city of St. Pierre.
Mall Pouch Thief Got 110,000.
DENVER Michael lVlaney. chief
of police, said that Oeotge Mitchell,
who was arrested here last Saturday,
had confessed that ho cleared luore
than llO.eiHl by tho theft of a iitail
pouch In Haicn Junction, Nev. tha
offense with which he Is charged.
Blown 2.000 nvlles Out of Its Course.
SEATTLE. WASH Tho little Alas
kan steamer Dora, of the Northwes
ter Steamship company' line, which
ha been mlnhlrig for fifty four day
and wss given tip for lost, ha arrlr
ed at Angelua. Wsh. It had fona I.
000 mile out of Its course.
H. H. Roger Reported to be III.
NEW YORK lleiur II. Roe-rw
tho Standard Oil man. Is refuted to
b 111 at bt home. 3 East Seventy-
eighth street, with clrnl ft tt
liver acd a (cuil bieakJaa.
THE HEWS OF MISSOURI
POLICEMAN 6HOT IN THE LEG.
Officer Fought With Negro
Hi Revolver Fall.
KANSAS CITY. Patrolman John
lohnson at No. 2 police station at
tempted to atop liejjro carousal at
the rear of
Woolson's sash and door
factory 121C East Eighth and al
worsted In two encounter. When
he first went to atop the nole several
negroe picked him up and threw him
off a platform where he tii standing
Johnson went back to the police sta
tion for reinforcements but when he
mounted the platform again a neyro
struck him a blow on the Jaw. In
falling the revolver f'-ll out of John
son' pocket and was discharged. The
ball struck him in the rlfiht leg be
low the knee, striking the bone, lo- j
lice Surgeon. West sent him to the
UNCLE SAM TO TAKE A HAND.
Will assist in ft Prosecution of the
ST. IH'IS At the resumption of:
the investigation into Sisndard OSS
methods In Missouri, Attorney Gen-j
eral Hadley Hated that he is de j
termined to press Inquiry Into the!
circumstances and ascertain how it j
came that certain mail addressed to j
the Standard Oil Company at St.)
Iouis had tx-en received by the Wat-j
ers Pierce Conioanv. The Hstal an
thori'ie.s w iii make
of the matter.
It is Mated that II.
Clay pierce w ill ',
tu.iKv i- h urnreedinei March i
. .. jt - i V-..- V..rV-
I. Trie time ar-ej iijmu hi .-.r-
between himself and Mr. Hadley. j
CASEY OFFERS TO PLEAD.
Serve Five Year and
Money of Salmon.
BUTI.ER, MO Thomas M
manacer of the Salmon bank
at t ttn
ton. through whose operations the
stitution failed, has offered
his attorneys, to plead guilty provided
he Is given a sentence not to exceed Vandiver Like the Report,
five years. ) JEFFERSON CITY Superintend-
In addition Caey. it Is said, hasjent Vandiver has received many let
agreed to "turn up llTS.noo which dis-jters indorsing his Hand on the New
appeared from the bank In-fore It fall - Yotk Life- proxy matter. He ha
Atty. Gen. Hadley and the prosecut- Armstrong committee in New lork;
Ing attorney have agr-ed to the terms Please accept congratulations on
but Judge IVnton ha so far refused. j our reirt. Your committee and its
holding that Casey should serve at j counsel have rendered valuable er
lcHjit 20 years. I vice to the country. I hope vour re-c-
ommendat.ons will be enacted tBtn
TWENTY INJURED IN ST. LOUIS.! Uv
Pasnger on Colliding Street Car
Were Cut and Bruised. I
ST. l.OCIS. -A westbound IVlmar'
car. running fast, crashed
.1.1 j f-e 1-., ! 1. ii, t-L rir
intersection or harsn sire-i auu
r.ey aventio and a score of patsetiges
were injured, six seriously.
Physicians were hurriedly summon
ed and the Injured were given medical
attention. The O V alion parK car was
hurled entirely from the track
Killed by Locomotive.
ST JOSEPH. MO--lVinlel Wilson.
head miller at the American Hominy
r,.n,i,anv s mills, was struck and al
.e..,..i i..,mlv killed bv a liurllncton!
passenger locomotive at a ending
Wilson's skull was fractured. -wti
i,rken and he was cut and
bruised by being dragged nearly lhirt j
yards by the encine He Joined the;
service of the homin ttut at Torre (
Haute, lisd . wheie his i'ople still'
Ha'H' Name to t Senate. I
KANSAS CITY. The nomination of
Joseph H. Harris for po-.!niascr at j
Kansas Cltv was sent to rue rteuao
this morning. One of the first an
tumncen.it f the contemplated re
m.tmlntnw-nt nisile by the Pit sidt lit
s that of Mr. Harris This rcnoml
nation would have leen made In any
event, under the rule recently an
nounced by the Postmaster General
A Thome M. Casey Cae Postponed.
lU'Tl.ER. MO The case of the
State vs Thomas M. Casey In tin
Salmon bank affair wa called In the
circuit court here The defence flSl
a plea m aoaieinem. t'ui ur
.1 until Thuisday morning at !
9 ('clock. The attorney genet!, Mr
Hadley. I! graphed he would be ,here
at that time and assist in the case.
Will Dicus Horn Rule.
JEFFERSON CITY. MO-Pr Heine
Mark. Ilnr Rolfes and Andrew Ga
nolo, the representatives of the hme
rule committee, waited on Governor
Folk and the governor through thiin
extended an Invitation lo the home
rule committee to take dinner with
him next Suiutav and discuss over
cup ( f cotN-e, the Nnt way to tlv(plan of the wgm, alion l t
St !xuls home rule. The represent
ii,,.. .i.ivarted si iioon for St. Uiulsliftie Insuiauce In
To B Buried in On Grave.
CAUKOU.TON, MO Jame 11
Minn:. M vearn old. and bit wife, 7
)er old. both pioneers of this coun
ty, are dead A double funeral will
l held. Hui 11 will be In one grave 4
May Build City Hall.
evceicioil SPItlNi'.st MrtThe
city council of thU place w Ul submit
a i,opoUion to the voters at
to the Voter at theil"., o.n... .;.. IU wu.i .ro;r,er
April election to vote llO.tVvl la bond
for the pin i" or
stoty. CilH fret.
building a three-
Stricken Bund in UOdie Koonv. j . . .
MEXICO, MO Mr Hi-jtha Ast-ury Ceoeg W. ' ! t Trsnton. PsaA
if this city wa atricken u.'.Jii!.i TKKNTON, MO tleo'se W. S nnh.
bllud during a !" 0 a -irt U apitalit and wid.-lv Vr., u e;u
clety. Hha was the head of the W Vinea n t f Uv ltigtoa' aud C)uii,1i s-iiia
of the Maccahee. and S'iffi red bku tie since l! . died h-i. after twelve
attsck seveial ats . ' , .Jv.oura tt'-aeati vf -vut Itt.l e toft,
STATE CONVENTION DATES.
Th Democrat Choose Jefferson City
And E'cetsior Spring.
KANSAS CIT V. The I-mo ratlc
state committee Bt a tweetim held at
the Midland hotel, chose the followlnc
'time and pls-rei for boldicg their
state conventions: I
j State nominating convention, Je-f
ferson City, June 5.
j State Judicial convention. Excelsior
j Springs May 22.
The basis of representation U one
delegate for every 5'0 votes cast fur
Alton B. I'arker for President. Iele
pates are to be elected L" counties ei-c-pt
that the counties that have more
than one m'-inl-er of 'he egj;aur
will elect by districts, and St. Iyw
will elect by wards. More than 20
votes and lens than & give an ad
ditional delegate and until that h
t been figured the exact cumber of
J delegates c-annot be told. If the frac
I tions of '.) l alame each other, there
will 1 ",;1 in ea h cin vent ion. but i
it may vary three
to five vote from
CUTTING FIRE RATES.
Insurance Wjr I Brtnging the Price
Down in St. Joseph.
ST. JO.SKPH. MO. Fire insurance
rate, which for several day have
been in an unstable condition have
taken a tumMe. In some classes of
Insurance the drop is almost SO r
cent. Itir-e-tar o:!cis on frame
structures that have been filing at
from 70 to k" cents on the ere
for T.'i cents. On brick struc
tures h-re the rates have been 50
cents the same iolkieg are being
ifsunl for 4- cents. Accusations of
secretly cutting the rates have been
made against various agencies. The
i most prominent antagonists in the
business, each of which
alout twenty companies, are resort
ing to newspaper space, half-page ad-
) iti .isci:j''iii oeiD.j useo.
neat the following telegram to theinehing the tl.i.
Feigned Hanging and Died.
ST. IXH'IS Frederick Thiemann.
'liifv iini.'nn;5 iu iTiittt'U ni3 umi'
I v iiv tit-mi.t .n.( t v ar sMiliMa o Ha !) i- K -. ri
- - ' "-i- .......
himceir He is a farmer living on
the Clayton rad. and in the absence
of his ife and daughter went to the
attic and ri;K"d tip some nies through
a ring in the rafters. Placing a nnoe
around his rn-ck he pulled himself off
tne tiiwir. A knot caugnt in tne ring
and Thiemann was strangW-d to death
SSA. MO. Tir. Clifford Rreshear
Miss l-ta Rogers, of this place.
were quietly marrU-d In Independence.
j The welding wa4 surprise
mM intimate t) lends.
, grtx-ui is a-rising joung
man in his
profession and tie bride ! a mem
ber of one of the tuoet prominent fami
lies in this p!cT
Caoital Wart a Convention.
JEFFERSON CI TV J ferson City
want the state IVnioctatio nominat
ing convention Its committee, head
ed by Representative Eds in Silver and
ex Secretary of State Sal l It Cook ha
gone to attend the committee meeting
and lay the claims of the state capital
hefoie the committee for this conten
tion. Farmer Short of lc.
KANSAS CITY Many people In
Jrkmn county niav drlr.k their water
without Ice nevt summer There has
been a almoet total fsilme if the
natural product At cue time, esr'y
In the winter. Ice reached a thickness
of fur or live inches, but nearly
evcivtxtdv waited lor It to get thicker
but It melted
Hadley Couldn't Co ts Oklahoma City.
JEFFERSON ITY Oilier hi.l
nt tt kejit Attnttifv Cifnersl Hsdlei
from gon g to tlklahoma Citv to heat
evidence in the Oil trust ouster suit.
The cae has ben pK:pvwied until
New V sseu'i F'fe lurnc Ca.
JEFFERSON CITY The Insurance
Compan of the State of Visxurt Is
ttltig ctgonifcd In tM ti'.v. The
- ( It main o!fif
A Train Killed Tso in St. Joseph,
ST. JOSEPH R E I'M' and
Max Render, were struck and killed
by the put lingtoo Kan A tt y f'wr
a the tiaio wa iviuj I ",iu.i a
' m aiissourt.
v nil, v u,f ate tn tr.o
Kaosa Utty Mill and E!c!..r c,t
..... ..,ii.. . ... ai.. 11
'general store ).e N"-n tlosa oi' a
The butUr sei-ured l-a d41: f x
the tiilll offse end fco;hln fr-ta tt
s'oi The) ecril
A NEW CCPARTLlPE 1 PltO.
rfi M'Wfsr. Fhru'T Ji'S 'he ft'f
Fo-ir Pty. if. ?' 1 a ew ftf. fr i ,
cf vice, Chi.-y Xs ('; !en'l. t i 1 $ I
Cr.i'sira II 21 B m . arrleir. I'iC avl,
poM ,'', f'lcirat'l 7 i a re. e'ii
sum c t eix?.t S-o-jrx at4 Bfe-
ut coter .tf tt.r tu!r-r4
Tfcs 'hd5 ) tht a
faet ti!T; u.A'i by i.fH train
bteea '.:, i,5 w." t. ii
it ot,e 'op. at lci.aea.(.!U. Ti.
tram will cjit3t of Fallmsa'
a'eper. lad," b r,.l !r,f.ktr.j
ear Chicago to Ciif itoa'f. a VxaJ
i:eeti-r Cfctfago to ltd !.;' J.1
t:d"rrkeJ t U;;er p r f-r Offa
tr,'y uti'il " a, m
Tt.it wi'.l a pit-r fra'a u
te!y acd no xpre ot itiJ wi.i be
fcr.'!d. Tti wi.i 'Jr.m ft'rrzg in
tiisit the theater or ifce-ir tr,tti L
fore !eicg Ctkago acd tiey as eat
breakfast in Ciociiii'.4 tiit ooriisg
for ti'keu acd rr a'ioT. c-a rh.
tra.n tpi'.j to a.l ticket ager.r or L
P. Sj:r-;cg. Gr.eral S-xXtkm
238 C:a.rk St Cti'tra.
23J0O0 feet th UnL
1st? of sl- t t.rov - to be the cr
v r i rir'i-..-..
tainiinib'iig. Dr. B i'.l-'li Woeicas '
mentions that la Us ca.? In tfce Hint- 1 ' V 's "
......... . tc-m, r.: e .-! .-jaie, mnsn-.at,
a:aas at 1 fe-t. Si!n c-f ' a-.-
party were kept awike by lack of: J-J.a .V. ". -t "Lark, ltw
breath, and on doring off wu'.d aii ,' er Vt, Cre, au.
ftaspitit;. He coiK.uJe that ir.aM.. ) j
to sleep may itself be "; i.t i'j
keep clinibe-r from toirtg bejoaj)
twectv-three to teiit; five t!Kisft2:
Cork May net Float.
Cork, though lh trie bMoyat iV
stance, will tot r;e to the surfac
again if suck '' fet be'ow the
ocean's surface, osisg to the p'eat
pressuer of water. At any let Je;.-.ii
it will work its way back to ti sur
face. RHEUMATIC PAINS
OissDoear When Dr. Williams' Pink
Puis Purify th Bico4 and
Heal Infiamsd Tissue.
Rheumatism i a di-a. of the t.r&.
caused br the failure of the bdT to cas
off certain puisoti. Extemai ' a4kv
t ion are of ce ouly i-j -unEig teo.pc-
mry rt.iel innn luu tte tme it
rheumatism lie iu tur.fviiig aid to-i
M VNlri, I r.n r.r lf c..,t
street.' jNimlr Hill. N.Y.J was a sufi-rei
frxuu lufUiumat.a-r rteutuatjMa tu-ml
me lime Kiie ti Mimu. rnv mi
"It tirt appeared in my kuw tr,ts,;
then in hit hip and wsi.t It l-c j
a regular th'.iig that I would I 5d oj
all wiuter. The theuu atisni eS teC j
tue4'r hit br.iidx. h:j.. fet audj
fchoulier. My baud w ere all toffedf
up and hit f.-et lut-anie cefv-rmei. 1
Z n,T apj-nte. Mn1 sle.P ar,d!
met me 1 was n-n.itl'.oi to err t-tt. !
the pain wss s-i l!)tene.
r!vct.r's re aud while lox u,etw itje r-1
lifted the pain f r a little while ihir-f-aiel
tio tn-i"i t 1 r a t-nnDiBtj
T . ,..n,,i I . .... I i . ft mt.A
ou. f week, at a time Mt lin.ljflt visit to tktoa. acd while tber
ewellnt dreaw'.fully at tuia and I was n-et Mrs, DHckwur. who Uwk her
i4u.-.l a!uKt to SH4h!i!. ' to see Jutu Marlowe, in Ro an i
Iu the spriitg 1 f lv.-t, cyn tke d-
vice of a trieml. I l-s u tw IT 1
William." Pink Plll-v At that t:nie I;
wasn't able to Co scything and o-o'd j
barely eat enough to kr p a'ove. I fe! j
a cluvuge for the better in il.xil a nx.th. j
I began to rat heartily and I sufTerJ i
Irui patri. Of cure I kej4 ou tbei
treattiieiit, dmhk care iu my diet, and J
iu about three inMith 1 was cunl. 1
iui inree lormw: 1 was rumi
eunrvlr vs.il t Uy aid Jo all I
r"w.i:;n,.' Pti.k rt!; cnri Mrs.
If. vv i;.;nn jth enreo Jin j
l.r! n by trivteg the rlii-aniatic 5aii
out of her bio-id. Put y--o n;t get tbe
irei.niue Dr. Wi'.anuii' INuk n -'-l
bv all druinti d Ir the Dr Wi.ljiu.
M-.-JivUie C-o., Irs brttvctadT, Ji". V.
Th Irishman Win.
Casey and Irwnteln. tl
c!o s man. nd a h-ated (IiwruM-Xin '
at to the grvsUr ti.rj.N r ct lutluu la
their differnt ttathna'.it m-s, sa thel
Western Fub!ihrr. It w dclvlr4;
that for every Irlnh it:t t'j y would j
name he could p!ck a hair from Ijrw-j
eostrln beaid. u4 for nJ He-j
brew slut. the htr puilfcg would be
reversed. Ca'y began by naming St
PattU k, and l.eett. iu (oiUwrl life
M.-e Then Cc t iiu.-d St. SlS'k
ael. and Ijtw urin'.rio cause t-ack with
Adaat. I'jiwr w a little douMful of
Adtn. t ut tstue4 St NhrhoU for fci.
!.ereat l.es ru'. in. luaktug a grab
at the Irlshmaa'a whisker, cr!-d out.
'The Twelve A ;".'" Casey. fr
seelr.g defeat rxept for pruii't ac
tion, clutched the Hebrew's b-ard In
tnXU korcy tasds and vsnkltig w'.ta all
hi ns'gr.t. jeiii-d. "The Ancient i'rder
of Hilrtiun. W ha the t.ir were
cvuuu4 Cy lesl by at Ut a fcatr.
Swktd in by Friction.
lft over de- well are usually
due to cbiiifir of tcmi-rature or bar
otmttc prvure. atr bring forced la
at tl-.e low.; r.-j aud drawn out
when the batoirit-ler t fallittft. Itjt
t w!',s la Wt,sturg Jakoa t:rc.e
stv'Ce if vith'w Gvtgia have howa
the strar g tsenonu non. of a cvtlui-
ou tadrsfv Tht has tn-u taetl -
gated by Mr S W. Mcv'ai'i. who ha
foud a riij svibterrauean tt'vaai at
a ;.& of a!.ut Uvli feet, aud it la
sus-iivwd thai the air U sik ked in b
frKtton ahd canted alcum uutil the
water :i as a U'te ; 'a.
Ts (ilM era lmisn,
lurlv:c the rvxent Vtllow fevrr epl
d . o .C tit Nr Ori-eaus not otie case
tud It a; ji: !( eiuvittf the
d;vf of Jsii.x-11 barck, ouly li)
fiVl f'oui tte ttvait tuNcted iiul
1 a Vejetariss).
Senator lfvi!elte, cf V U.-ou!a. l
Otoe 'f the clit studcu's of Stia
. a-e tn '.Ve iat ui tt o;Jy ve
iria la ltt tJ.s
A WaVa Fes-x-ee.
On the :i A th- Frfae r,t WVw
rtf. whl'fc, t rer - r-'!.tl tP
,., t a c-j'V. f-'hr, or. rt'Jv-
a t,,'t tit ftrik fw-"hr. tW
tf.v 't hirfc t adcn-M wra a r"'-t-t
tfcr4. TV f'a'l'.-r La -I fc
ot-rn : ' . t-d fca 4 'lav-tU,-n
f l-t:. t.Si 'a'y ov r- k:n-l
j fa ti, v'A ft lrj t'r yr !
j t&.-re ti a !-- - Tl ("
tut.-",-. I Wa-i tt ta!-.-Ti
S T Mm. HMf JTrw.
y.wrixAy lamrm rjt tt,i im't t f'!
I tejer) s.l r-a
Ti meTsutMt errs vb yr".zr
tt f"- T"r r"acl w t mumt a sp
t UKi. l VT.Z3) WXXtm
Ti, . Ic-.a fw gi Wfua e at
rvt tt- r -Tv-g rut.
fs sii"rtt t &
It -i w--j.-i'n a rr-,T.i Te4
twm..w m wrr-i : tutu f
H was Mucm tA.
Tie- ttttt Us.a tf Tt i Jrr? li
retat u.t t 1. wj rt-a ?
tti rac-. He w "me'.fe !-tt. ;.
j He Mid fc La-1 c-ever tAjuri'! 'i-er
(were m Bity ; la tie sccit
Wed;c: S't Free.
t-J r.- !
' rr- s
i-M ra at ; t-
.-t Ka.: H. H fc t
t-. j.-..: -e in tr.
1 h fa ; -- tt w' .
t-a set fe.-u:-W n-?:5r.g
iaje. 1.1.-z.:7 IB mov.tsr tg.
'it )s. t-.r f.:a. sw-oijw rr x
and yr.-'s of rfiiina?.-m, or ti& f'wi
t breath. h.wk!r.g. sr.-.trrg. drvf-j'-Jtgs
la tfcrnat. bX foemnng. -frtui f r
bfore i fee ey. aJI ttr-i tmt felatj
i. f cstarrt. B'-r,lr 5-1 K'r Ka
cure-i tun4r of ejs 'A 5 or
v-ar' tan--;:r!jr flr d'-t'- e-c
! t r.ys and pt-r.t m i-tr.
i '' " rTf
mej.fln-i feaa .1
t tArn P."r'T--l Him ujt m l r"rt. It
i It e:-e-l;;y advisw-l f-c cfcrwr.J-. a--v
i ss:d ca.-. 1 m :! t t-r ssy co
t- u-r the aavos or ymiro f
! rfcc!ncm rir cstmrrh wh'.S or afer
! tsliinc U'ml lU.l'n. It iriAkes tt
mMnt mtti m tn- tmut
lim wr.i frr an 1 f-r-tid.
iiu! 01: advic ty de-rt
ir.g .-ur tr-ut ar-1 tr.uj biuvd
b-iina Co. AUnata.
Hove Sh Would Sav Juliet,
. . . ., , ,k .
.. ' th genul
coiocel. iol ja,e week Ut ax2-
j c.er In Nortijera Maine, at the ct-tn-
ow. Mrs. Draad. w ho ad is lo tacuet
' by keeping iu3j:lier b..rder.
Reoctly Mrs. Brand maJ tef
iu;st." Mr, ilritid tad never be
fore t-een to a tteater. "Camp meet-
In" kad ba her wildest dli
Mrs, Drlckaater's loteret wa
equally d'.vldeil btwee her compan
ion and the stage. When they left
the thrt.r Mrs. Frand ws silent.
Her Utiial volslblllty tad q?i. desert
! ed fcer Mrs Inr'.r.kwa!
hvr ,4Voci acd std I
j' will on their b
ed her Mr. l"rir.lii!r re;-c?d
iv.' hiig until
At last sl.e vr,iur-d t-i ak: Ho
you tise tt. Mr, Prand""
Mrs. Prand fjm.-d toward, her snl
the team started to her eyes as h
sid: "Oh. Mrs lrlnkw 'er, I cxil-Jat
beb.v ttslr.kin" bow dlfferrnt that p!T
niitht have eed'-d It the tiuss had
j b.-. n a d:ffrvot kind of a w.,nia. an!
Ju'.Wt to J-u " lUtii
Many Apple tree Planted.
TUitish Columbia promise to ins
cui a iaerout rival of Cretf'o a
an ai S'le grow log region. Iur1ug last
a!Ka 6-kiii tree er planted.
SI6 AW ACRE
C.tnadj lw tha
crop Una year.
S3 Busrvwi to ttv Acr Wilt b trv
Aars Y wist t Wthwvat
T laud 4kal l&la was rvs wa tA aaay tt
a fafUMre sJlMuiuft.f SwhS.urf. WS.la i&ai
wtM W'-to-d to a.tJ Ul 1M M avraa V& Uuvr
mmbv taut, vaa 9i.y la4 sJ.aai4 4 Iiwak ii
u i'tf aa awrw
I v-d.fl tUKt4 C4e-fAlttl. I" J
U sk bninl. va Wa-
S4 frjt ieietr StS CvuvurT l'Kuia
d4 iii '-M?t.it. xai-aitt r iC, 14
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C a. vt M tt I .4 a-i-'i m-t
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