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MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE.
President Scores Judge Humphrey'!
Beef Trust Decision.
rmU ftprrlal Hfixlr la lomri
Aaklata: Tliat a llrrUrilurf Art II
raaaril fttatiaa Ha latralloa.
Wii)ilniinn, I). C.
nirs.ii:i dfltvprnl t(
lar.- thai the n-ault
In a a.clal
.f Hie rett-nt
OFFICIAL? ARE MISSING.
trlnl of the "IxH'f packers" In Chica
go was a "nilKciri-l.iFe of Junt U-'."
ind thilt the Interpretation glared
by incite Humphrey on the will of
c-orpresH "Is Hwch as to make that will
The message, which I moot wn
rational In rharacter. Is baxed largely
on a letter to the president from At
torney Central M:ody, In which the
attorney general reviews the proceed
ings of the rae of the government
egainst the V-ef pai kern.
The president pays It is rlear that
no rriileism attaches to Commission
er Garfield, as what he did was In
pursuam-e of a duty imoowd on him
"ny congress. He refers rharply, how
ever, to the decision of Judge Hum
phrey. naylriR that congress nuld not
have foref-pen su h a dwlslon and that
he can hardly telieve that the rnlinR
of Judge Humphrey will be followed
by other Judges. He declared that
aiich interpretation of the law as that
placed on It by Judge Humphrey
"comes nieasureably near making the.
law a farce." and he recommends that
congress pass a declaratory act atat
' trip; its re. I Intention. The president
also requests congress to confer upon
the government, by statute, the same
right of appeiil. in criminal rases,
wlii.h the defendant now enjoys,
where the merits of the case have not
1 Wi le Knjotn. Yfillva.
Kixkford 1 1 1. Following the
filing, of a bl'.l to set aside the in
veyance of property In Zion City
valued at I.M.fH'Ki.cXi. Judge R.
Wright, of the circuit court, Wednes
day granted an Injunction restrain
ing Wilbur (J. Vollva and others from
Interfering with or In any way pre
venting John Alexander Ifciwle from
Kolr.K to Ziin City and remaining there
or entering his bouse or hi barn at
will. The Injunction also gives Itowie
the right to hold religious aertlrea in
the tabernacle on alternate days, and
his opponents are further enjoined
from doing anything to aflect the title
to property de-cnNd In the bill of
complaint. The bill was flle.1 by At
torney Haley of Joiiel. The hearing
is st for April befuro Judge
Wright lu lu hidere.
talma l.um I. t xrd Mall. a tlrlrand
Chlearo. Ill Mr. James Sur
nwk. of N w Mrilii.i, l:ld.iy ra id
complaint t.i ihe feileral authorities
th.-t be had iw n ri-franded by John
Alexander Iole out of a sum r-L.t-o
to Ii". ", mi! that the malls i.ad
beu used In tlie ojieration. Sur
nk asserted that by means of let
tcrs written to him by Tvwi he
was induced to invest in Zlon C'i!;
ar-? .'".! E-irr r.!r. emwnds f.ir re
payment are not compiled with. Tij'
matter w.is referred to Postofflre lu
l-tor Sl.iart for Investigation.
bmimiml hf I maul crania.
New York. Unlet n ti'usand
Immigrants, most, of whom will
le subjected to restraint on lioard the
vessels In which they came to this
country, went to alecp Tuesday night
in the steerage of moored trans-At
lantlc liners. 1 Ms was banana
record -lms a Ilia . rush of Immigration
has Fnmi'd the bureau on Kills Is
land whli h has facilities for eknti, til
ing only t.iKi neanjiiiers a day.
t'rlvat tar for a r'lrrmaa.
St.. J'.nil. Minnesota. Julin J
Hanrahan, grand master of the Ilrolh
frlnsid of Ijuconiotlva riremen. will
1 mart led here Tuesday tiiornlng to
Mlsa Katheilne M. Sullivan, daughter
i f Ktn titer County Auditor II. M. Pulll
van. President Hill, of the Great
Northern railway, has tendered M
ll.itiralian his prlta! r.-r 111 hlch t!:e
wedding Journey be taken to the
laalta Vtrrr I i
I llrualf at
Washington, I). C. The tr'nmity
department has so far failed to Incite
the asslstiiiit treasurer or deputy ut
Kan Kranclaco and grave fenrs are
entertained that they have lost their
lives. The only penwm connected with
the ubtreiiHiiry io has been heard
from is J. II. McCltire, an assistant
Ixiokkeejier. He has wired Secretary
Shaw from Oakland under Thursday
date as foiows:
"San Francisco completely destroyed
by Are following earthquake, sub
treasury burned Thursday afternoon
I'nder difficulty reached wreek of
building this morning. Vaults appear
Intact. Found no guards. Finally
communicated wifh General Funston
and secured detail of one company of
noldlers. I'nable to locate assistant
treasurer and therefore acted on own
responsibility. Chaotic condition.
Mint building and vaults fafe. Fleasa
arrange with Secretary of war for
military protection to treasury vaults."
Secretary Shaw hBS wired the super
intendent of the mint and also General
Funston for Information as to what If
any national or private banks are l:i
a position to do business and to sug
gest measurer of relief.
CAN'T STRAIGHTEN UP.
Kidney Trouble Causes Weak Hacks
vnd a Multitude of Palua
rra partus lor I. wait atria.
Scranton. !a.. April IS The big
companies herealsuits with the
evieptlon of the Iarleware, Iju knwan
Western company, are preparing
a long strike, reeling connilent
a strike will be declared at the
n.ntnU.n of mine workers w tilth Is
to te held after the wale committee.
consider the operatora' answer to the
miners' counter proposition.
n a &
Kansas tta-lrala OLIaaaml.
Uosreniv. Kansas. The I'ul-
reislty of Kansas def.,.ted the t'nlver
slty of tikhihoma ou MeCiwik field Frl
ilnv rtfi.inis'ii by a Mtre if six to
tw'i. Iloffmi'ii pit. bed an excellent
game fr the Jayhawkers holding the
"sooiicra' .loan to f mr hits. Ktnsna
c uied filt.-a-n bits off from, lbmsh
ttie Oklahoma 1 irler.
fiusalliy lrm Aaalratla.
Sydney, N S W. The pte-
pieinlers of New South Wales atid
YicloiU have conjointly culded to
I'l.sldent Hieelt tlielr syuiat,y
Willi tli t tilled states lu the dUast
tat Sun Francisco.
kpeelal krulua I ralatalara.
i..Mnud. Calif. it Is under-
ihmI that Gov. Tard'-n lll Issiid
.all for a spet tul sessiou of th legla
b.tura l ivll. v tlm dlrtrvss ocu
Io.m.I tv the calamity wuUh h.u
u.eitakeu tatt FlsUtisco.
DOWIE WILL GO TO ZION.
The r'lrat Apostle I'laas o II'
Irr.lrri la the Taberaarle
Col. It. B. llanl-oD, I'.eput? J!sr-
Hi Jttc'tce Itelj. of New TotV
fr.queiitly enlivened tt.e ted-yia
legal proceedinj had before L!:n ty
his Vltid!y it.
One day a s-ilt wss trougbt before
l.lta la xtt.icb. tfiwifc ; f',a:r.-.'t
says: "A kit.
from a hors. Trt j
wskene ! my ba k ;
and atTert'd my kid
neys. I le"-an e very
bad. and had to g i j
at out on crut be. j
The doctors told ce !
1 haJ a case of
tism, but 1 could
not teiigve them.
nd finally began using Ixian'a Kid
ney Pills for my kidneys. First the
kidney secretions came more fr.ely,
tben the pain left ruy back. I wtnt
and got too brr box, and that ton
pleted a cure. I have teca well fjr
old by all dealers, 50 rents a box.
Fosier-Mi:burn Co.. IJuffalo, N. Y.
Charlr. ! by reas'm of an aau!t
lecn knckd down by
and severely pumtoeKed which pros
trate. Otl of the witnesses semel
very reluctant to answer the questions
I lit to Urn on cross etan'rs'ion. In
which he was upheld by the court.
'With all doe inspect to your Hon
or." complained the attorney for the
plaintiff." the court do-s not appear
to take cognizance of the underly
ing principle In this caee."
"In my opinion." replied his Honor,
good-naturedly, "the underlying prin
cipal In this case is your client, l!r.
I Attorney." Harper's Weekly.
Lost His Own Money.
Wife Have you had a bad
Financier Tes. I lost over $250,000.
and the worst of It is that nearly $100
of that was my own money! Life.
Lewis' Sirg'.e Hinder straight 5c
trade t-f rich. n.e;i'..w t'-Uieco.
deaier or Lewis' Factory, lJeoria, LL
Go After Big Came.
Until one of the big criminals has
put on the t'ripes the criminals of
small degree may well claim that In
justice is done them. fco Jong as
guilty trustees of these grext life In
surance companies go free from th
disqualifications of the pres.-nt insur-
ance law toe entorcemcnl ot tne law
One Hundred Tears Since Pike's PaaV ' against smaller criminals is made a
Their Hard Struggle Made Eaier Intere-ting Ctat-
mcnts by a Young Lad in Doslori
and Ono In f.aahyilie.Tenn,
HI W PH J ' il
Chicago. 111. John Alexander
Howie's return to Zion Ci'.y will take
place next Saturday afternoon. Howie
r.nd his coteiie of faithful follower
who traveled with him from Mexico
to Chicago will rest over nitht In Shi-
loh house, Howie's Zlon City residence,
and sc.nday morning will hold services
in Hhiloh taliernacle. and again in the
The plans of the "first apostle" were
decided upon Thursday night as a re
sult of Judge Wright's Injunction re
straining Overseer Vollva and his ad
herents from Interfering with IXwio
and granting htm the use of the tab
ernacle on alternate days. ' The pre
sent leaders in Zion City predict that
the Invasion will degenerate Into a
farce as nearly every one In the place
has pledged himself not to attend any
of lKiwie's meetings.
On the other hand, Howie's adher
ents feed confident that his reapicar-
ancc In Zlon City will be the signal
for a atampede to his banner by a ma
jority of thofe who have repudiated
Mar lien. ova Mirrtff Itomt-r.
Jefferson City, M o. At
torney General Hadiey's condition
continues to Improve, and Tuesday b
has been looking into the legal shle ol
the Hpringneld Ij n hlng. He stated he
Ixlie.rs that aitlon should be takc:i
.'.gain-it Sheriff Horner for not pr.ne.t
mg the negro prisoners, and h:.s tele
fTn plied Assistant Attorney Genera!
Plane at Hprlngheld advising the re
moval of the sin riff mi the ground
of neglect of official duty, provldtnj
;he investigation warrants such
Elaborate plans are being made at
Colorado Springs to celebrate in truly
western style the Centennial of the
day when Lieut. Zebulon M. Pike first
Sighted the famous peak, which was
afterwards the landmark of the hardy
pioneer whose wagon train wended it
slow way across the plains.
The Chicago & North-Western Rail
way annnounce3 extensive prepara
tions for this event on the part of
Colorado Springs and Denver, as well
as on behalf of the various railway
It Is understood that the lart week
In September Is to I devoted to a
round of festivities to be participated
In by ten thousand I'nited States
Regulars and a concourse of Indians,
representing the various tribes with
which the inteprld explorer came In
contact on his toilsome march of dis
covery. The National Guards, cadets, Tet
rans, cowboys, pioneers, patriotic to
detles. fraternal societies and citixens
generally will also take part In the
program, which will Include drills by
the troops, war dance by the Indians,
cowboys' sports, parades and tournament.
mockery. Restitution Is a ciril mat
ter which concerns only the policy
holders. It Is in no sense a euJistl
tute for the criminal punishment of
men who have willfully violated the
Inal code New York World.
Jtra. Wlaalnar'a aWMvtTinav afrBs
haaUAauua. a.f iiMOit.car via..-x Vlaml
It Wont Work.
A Vr.!on c l'eg( professor w
lepifla'ion to comjel the sons of
men to go to work. Evidently
All wrctxjea work tome la tbe'r
bomes, s-Mn.e in churcL.. and aore la
tie whirl of society. And la s.re.
Hulls and ahrp tens of thcm&cda are
on the nerer-ca ak.tig t : 1 , -t r.
their dauljr bread.
All are sobWttotne same tlir''c
laws; ail sufTer alike frota the ea.utc
phyaical dinUirbacce, aad the taterec
tiie-.r dntiea, la ruir y cas. jcc..t
drift them intc the borrora of al.
kinds of fem'.e cozepiainta, tcrr,
BiceratiiB, faliix' ai.d dipioe
ruenla or perhapw Irremlar.tjr or
suppression. caa.n (aiahe. ner-
ants Tuiuneu, lt;uhi.'.j ana iAauVB'je.
richi They especially recnire aa invirirat-
ing. snstaiuing- ot-U.CLDe ii:iii wi..
professor dispairs of making rich stu
dents work himself." Lewiston
j ttiTr.g-then the female or?Tiin.3i and
a.n Ihm lh tir .rlr.a til' tjs
of the day. to sleep wreil it rr-jht, ar..'. ! trott: 1
to rise refreshed and cliecrfuL
Fase i. i inawn". !HSt.fvrMatfW
M I V O. ' - 'rf i w S flc- I S.r K.
Kent f.w t hi ft. S.X.OO tru " . ar.1
He Did Not Remit.
Husband You know, my dear,
devotion to you Is unremitting.
Wife Yc-s, I've noticed," that when
I've been away and wrote to you for
money. Baltimore American.
Uotr distressing to see a woman
7. j rtrup-pling to earn a lire.ihood or per
" form her household dtitie wheat if-r
back and bead are achrn, she is so
; tired she can hardly dra a Wet or
: stand up, and every movement raos
pain, the oririn of which is due to
, tome deraccmest of the female r-
Kaa.lua Ka All Will Mora.
Washington, 1 C. - The war de
partment has received the following
from Co iier.il Kunston: "Kir rroKved
VaiiNcs avenue to the w..t at 3:.'lii
ji. in. Almost certain now that Pu
tin city will be destroved. Have or
deied trisips from Montetey and ev
erything going as well as could be
epc ted. On account of confusion.
It has Iw-en Imis'sslble to locate indi
viduals inquired for. but attention will
tx given that in. .it. r as kik.u as prac
liinble." Kunston. Coinmaiulir.g.
SvrlaaMrlJ w., I.iuni Malror.
Springfield. Mo. Kveiy
day that piss.-.a nmtk it decrcuw In
the llkehhiK.d of any fresh outbreak
of violence. Thete w:ot very little
discussion of it i.nt trouble on the
m-cia Wednesday. Mounted Police
lire ptnll.ng all parts of the city
anl two i-oiiiiM.ni. of soldi, rs are
on guat-l In the ixittouia that lie 1-e-tw.-en
tiie l.iil ntnl the suuare. No
results of the scret investigation of
sihhIuI grand jury now In session
h.tve U-en made public.
Yt.e 1'ra-ftl.leul'a 1'r.M laMtall.iku
Wustilngton, i, C. 1'resl.leut
Idaiseveit. after a conference wuU
Miss Malfl Hoardmati. of the Am-r-
IcAll National lied ClVaa, Tlllil S.1.1V
issued, iu the form of A proclamation,
an heal to the American people for
aid fur the p.sple of San Krancis.n
He asked that all contributions bo
made through the otli.ials of tl.i
American National lied Cross, who
have eS.t te.l systemnti.' arrangements
tor the dtsti Ibulloii of the li.H'ded us-sistauce.
The llrar) Nrai I'url SmI.I.
Port Said, The l" lilted
St.ites diyd.M'U Iewey v. is ieK.rtel
by wireless telegraph Tu.sdcy to
i:ii miles off this port.
Klatt I.Unard al Alkeaa,
A t b e u s, Greece King Kdward
Queen Alexandra and the l'rlme Kill
the ri luces of Wulea arrived her
Tuesday. Tbey Were wrlixuned by
King Covirge and Queen OiK. of
tli.nne, and were given an ovation by
Mr. Ilriaa la ta Inlet.
AlexatidiU. Kg) pt. William J
ltryttn, who U touting lb World, left
Cairo for Luxor. II returns Thurs
day and will leave CaIim hatutdy for
the lljly lnd.
ilen have missed golden oportunl
ties by merely doing Something Jsist
to pass away the time.
When a Uxitire is needed, nothing en
be more eSeciive thn Usrtieid Tra, whirb
is made af herbs. It curea turk headache
conati!tKn and d.aesses of hver. kidneys,
stomach snd bowels; it punhes the bkod,
cleanars tha system and claus the complexion.
The poor we have always with
especially poor excuses.
M'uss F. Orser, of 14 Varrenbrn Ftreet
Boston, tells women bow to avoud soch
suffering ; she write :
Dear ifrs. rmkhamt
I strenl tuiaary fir aerwral Taars wfrh
r'UWje ITTVaTUULTlUn. 31 tavk acta! : 1 tiaJ
I xJi or sVr mrA crrZA
e maA aw a Wt r I travl LXj fc.
f'lUiuxa. s rrrr; t'rr-.jrjartal, er.i U sr r
maryrsm, nrr mrm (M t t I
f.rA tat yr.i-yki aad as a jkK-x.i tea - ii
r.sa Pearf AeVera, of TT T ar.a f-isa-ctr
street, ?i Xe?. p.. w .--W :
Doar ll-a rbiim.j-
i sc:?rl wni prisf -A prWv
rwria t, tar-irj-iVva pat-iia. ps- -r ol
'. aU caeoa ; wvat ry iarr--&. a 1 irrz
tae. ai ar: t crnciaa gr?ar jrsa-arwT sarajv
"ky fe-yar-a fi v b- v t- a4 I
d-T.sl v try Lt Prtavr.. rrL-
t r juci. i. 1 v a 1 r -,i n aw & t ana
r"-t A 1 Try r-v aUii cJ--aL-i,
aVUl I laO tX-f UX U.J CU.f pS-Sjlak
Lt '.a E. KnViiaa'a VereV.e Cota-
poi ad is tte xni.'a.;r.e cv rc Ujc aw tion-a
it Stress -.!. TKrrrr
KC-lir, an-1 dj-p-aOCOect W lh aW J'-S
borrors w bo crv cnuh rw,
Backacbe. iini3e. fi'c'lcr. bear-:n?-ioa
paisv d .".rdt rr4 vorjwa
cwiji-. d-sateof frl?nda and jev
all syaopUmst-f the vu caee U
be qsx-kiy di.spi':evi, aad. it wl ttkm
yoa ttroc and wU.
Ton can tell the story of yrszr rai
ferinr to a wodaa. a&4 rwt ;v he '
ful advice free ci coet. Adiresa Mrw.
Itaiism. L.teb. Maes. The pr-t-a.t
Mrs. l'ir.k h-n is ti.e tiarsrhter in-law
of Lydia E. 1'inkhaai acd Joe twenty
five years she ha-v. tdr b;r d: rer t jje
acd since her dT-e-, ln a-irij
Uwruig-kwn pauoa, and frvqueot beavWIxw; 1 s-c wotuen free of charge.
Ldia E. PiskliaB's Veietabic CAcpoosd Ssctxtd Yltxt t'.tm faX
W.N.U, KANSAS C1TY,N0.17,1K).
Wj '"". . "WiMWtLrTL, ..... , 'awwat-, awiwa ia a.at, ''"'S
J . . .T -a- J 1
To cleanse the
i- W ) and Gently ;
i a Vt I
1 I- !
There is only
Syrup of Figs;
to get its bene
Dispels colds and
bilious or con
For men, women
Acts best on
S16 AIM ACRE
Canada is tho
crop this year.
23 Bushel to the Acre Will be the
Average Yield of Wheat.
Tfce lx4 IUI thit tumnn cc seme; el
Vke firawr-s st,'..r a. ,L tr. t&uae
a W-.b to kUi ta tc to. w-rv u-f GoaroF
mi craaia. rwa lu; la--.d a.v.d Xtua IS
o I O aa acrw.
CUaai r:co-i.! arfcoo .. r.. a.js
roae at batai. tasea tvw.
fe4 fvr paa-.(LV Cetlvry CaCA.U'
Sa4 fiH ara rvtanl.ea- ra-, u. . La
h -errti-a5-eV ft laic :-tii-c. Otav
Cas.-!, ar vo ttx lo:u- i .'.ii..r.xt
riiai;a Ovtero.SK Ae J S. vraaJiint
W. L. Douglas
H. L. Douglas 4.00 Citt f dge Lln
cannot t equalld at any pr.ee.
Always buy Lfce gnuLio MdufacLyrcd by Lfco
-jeWfi. !- w.....anija. TWai ia 1.-. jkS
Szrv Francisco. Gi.
11A r"! -:
Cai'i. t ic J
The genuine Stuo o! Figz Is for sale by all f :rst!ass
drujrgits. TlicfuUramc of the company Califomu
FIk Syrup Co. is always rnntcJ on the Iroi.t
of every packigc. Price Fifty Cents ixr bottle.
(t"1 lltKj ll -. aa tj
tf I Ml vaa lnl aa taiva alt turfoa
a daatMav. aa.aav.aMal aana iva .tea ttiiai.a
j lata ... atacti. raur aa. 4 aaua.
I auaU4 taaU.a. aa. W tMfi.a . aiaw..
I aa ."fa a. auaa, i. Ikr. bu tac?v .
ha MMf. a. wl kt a r r aki ar. w (-n' jtt
WiUiiK aalaa. taawa mm alhaf .V .Mwrt.
W. L. t)vi '- f aal a
aMaaaa. ' iti, a t ( . . a' aaaa( 4
4h... .aa i J, J.H. 7 i. al.aJ
cu tis ' - i . i a.
. 1 . . . .. . t-Aulaia. S i a-M.i..Ma
a kit-'ut a-a aa.4 a.i -ri.a l-t a U im.
' i'- 4 m'm . (aw M-.i mtt a.aur ai .aaa
Vi 11W ! I )uLfL..t v . .1. -
a . 1. !-. .v knnak. Kaa.
anfiyr-'iaiirin i is ri,-rr,,j
Cardui Relieves Pclh
causcJ by curaVIc female disuses. It acts directly en woaua's dc!i.:ire
orj.ins. ar.J resits tlcir natural activity. By nuking the cruris vork
norma Ly, rain disappears, strength returns to tlc
checks, ana the frowns ani .Tinkles of sulfa-br? are
Jchnson, cf Walworth, Wis., writes: I sui.'erei agonies at
system, roies to tne
seen no more.
every montrJy perioti
Nothing hc'jva mc un- ?
tJ I took Ciriul Nov J
I can tm!y say I am
curcJ." Try it.