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NEWS OF THE WEEK
Most Important IlappenJngo of th
Past Seven Days.
lat.re.ilaa Itrma C..tirrrel from All
aarl. af th World Inidraf4
lato Small Space fur tha
DrtBI of Oar Hradrra.
aa Frairlwa lLart bftjaake.
At the subtest Ion of the president.
Guv. Pardee has made a forrjial re
quest for the ue of troops of the reg
ular army at San Franrlsro. The ac
tion was taken simply to observe legal
forms and avoid complications.
At the request of the citizen's com
mittee at San Franclnco but 13o0 troops
will he sent there Instead of 2r.no as
previously requested by Gen. Greely
and approved by the war department.
Street cars have begun running on
several cross-town lines 1n San Fran
The first building permit Issued in
San Francisco since the earthquane
was for a 12 story steel structure, and
whs losued to Thomas McGee.
Kansas City's theatrical benefit net
ted IG.500 for the San Francisco suf
ferer. Secretary Taft has suggested to Gov
Pardee, of California, that in order to
avoid legal complications a formal re
quest should be made for the use of
I'nlted States troops in San Francisco
So great Is the quantity of supples
arriving at San Francisco that cities
and towns of the state hate been asked
to hold consignment for awhile.
Orders have been Issued by the
official of the Carnegie Steel company
limning contracts for structural ma
terial destined for San Francisco
"emergency orders" and giving them
precedence over all other contracts.
A map recently published In Saa
Francisco of the burned district show
an area covering 4i3 city blocks. It
Js estimated that the buildings de
stroyed number GO'OO.
The revised figures from Santa
Kosa, Cnl.. show 51 dead, CI Injured
and seven missing.
A well-known engineer states that
the area devastated by the fire In San
Francisco approximates 10,0t '0 acres,
cbout 15 square mile.
The distribution of nil supplies at
Pan Fmnclsco has been placed In the
hnndj of the quartermaster's depart
went of the I'nited State nrmy.
It Is estimated that 3'-0.Ot people
liave !ef San Francisco.
The work of removing the ml.is In
the business district of S.tn Fran
cisco 1 proceeding rapidly and ar
rangements are crytaliUIng for the
construction af a new end greater
There were f.t churches of all de
nominations det-troved In the recent
earthquake, and fire In Sn Krncle.
The empress dow.u-vr of China has
sent a chock for 9 ' .-)." to the Aircr
Ic.m li gation f r tin- S.tn Ki.i'kIsco
sufferers nn.l is lu-nd'ug il'o.n .0 to the
Chinese of th it city
The restrictions preventing g-ner.il
access to S.tn Francisco l.atc removed
and all person having t.uslncsa In the
city are allowed to go In.
I'rtH -redlnt In Involuntary bank
ruptcy have la-en started against John
Alexander IViwIe In Chicago. The
claims Involved amount I i $7.oiM).
The suit threaten to disrupt 7.l.n City.
The Kansas dcmocigtlc state con
tention at Tope k a recently ii.uiilnat. .1
strong ticket with former Senator
W. A. Harris as candidate for gov
ernor; Hugh Parrel!)-, for lleutentnt
governor, and luvtd Overmver for
attorney gcnersl. The platform ile
rlares for the enfoii en.cnt of all laws,
for a two cvnt f.ne and the abolition
of railroad p.wse.
Alnliew Ciriicf e has agree ,1 to give
l."i."tl to the pel tnalirlit endow nit r.l
fund of the Sutliet.t I'onfcretiio
College at Wtlirieid. K.in.
Thu steamer llucktuan from Seattle
with supplies for San Francisco was
strink by a tidal wave off Cue 1l!an
co Slid almost o i'r helmed recently.
It was supNsei the wave was caused
l.y subteranean tllsturbancca.
William A. Ilrvwer. Jr. formeily
president of the Washington Life In
an ru nee company, has N-e-n Indicted
by the New York fraud Jury for er
Jury In connection with the compan)
reut to the state superintendent of
Insuraine In l.fl
Suits have l-en filed at Ain-tln.
Texas to f rf lt the charter of the
Forth Worth IJve Stock exchange,
the Fort Woith Stock Yard tym
pany an I Armour A Co, for violation
of the antl trust laws.
A tornado swept the town c.f pclle
ue, Tex., recently. Twelve persoua
were reisirted killed.
An atten.pt wa recently made to
blow up the house where former
President txubet. of France, I pa
lug hi Faster vacatl-m.
Gov. Folk fiHs ordered the with
drawal of the militia which has been
tiiulntalnliiR order In Springfield since
the recent lynching;.
The death lu Kan is liuiiilic red 10,
4'7. last year whllo the birth were
At the suggestion of Ijord Cltuner,
the Kngllsh agent n F.gypt, the llrtt
sh garrison there I belli strength
ened. The Nebraska tlem.H-ratle state con
vention wl'.l l-e held at Lincoln on
A i. g ui.t 15.
Illchtuolid, Va , has We-n Selec ted
by th Colifedt'tat Mterans a 111
place for holding; thn reunion next
jear. Tha present orT.i-er c.f th or
gan Ua I Ion r lee listed.
n-itl.cr disaster Tin oc-tirred In th
Vcsuvl.m region. Torrents of rain and
a heavy gale caused avalanches of
mud, sand, ashes and cinders to fall
upon severul localities, doing great
Rules Just completed of the Fan
American congress to 1ms held at Uio
Janeiro, Jlrall, July 2d provide that
tha delllH'ratlons shall close Septem
ber 1 regardless of unfinished business
Henry (,. Coll, formerly assistant
cashier of the First National bank of
Milwaukee, Wis., has been found guilty
of false entries end misapplication of
A clath bet ween nnlon and non-union
miner at Windlier, Fa., resulted
In two men leing fatally wounded and
several others more or less Injured.
Ouster proceedings have Iwen filed
In the circuit court Ht Toledo, Ohio,
against the Standard Oil company and
17 sffillated companies. The court was
asked to dissolve their franchises and
appoint trustees for creditors and
Twenty thousand double blankets
are among: Chicago's donations to San
The new Russian loan has proved
more successful that anticipated the
lorn having; been subscribed many
Several village in Saxony have ex
perienced earthquake shocks. No
damage was done hut the Inhabitants
were greatly alarmed.
The war department will this year
spend tt0,f.o0 cn the extension snd Im
provement of the national target range
at Fort Riley, Kan.
A fusillade of 30 or 40 shots and the
wounding of one man marked the ne.
newal of the feud Fplrlt In Breathitt
Twenty-nine sjieclal trains arrived
in New Orleans In one day recently
lad-n wiih Confederate veterans to
attend the reunion.
The first corps of civil engineers
ser.t to construct railroads In the Phil
ippines left Kansas City recently for
Se.ttie whence they will sail for Ma
dia. Italians, French and Greeks won the
rowing contests in the Olympic games
at Athens recently. The American.
end English led In th-j swijr.ming
All the books and ropers of the
Iowa Christian Endeavor union were
burned recently while In transit from
lied Oak to Mar-di.elltown. The re
cords from the organization up to the
present were destroyed.
I-ibor conditions In France are
rapidly approaching the point where
open rebellion against the law I
common. Already the troop hxve
been assaulted by striking mlnera.
The goti-rrifc-s! !s mispressing tha
Agents of the American Insurance
company of Ponton have been directed
to write no new business until the
company finds out the extent of It
losses In California.
The net earnings of the steel trust
for the first three months of i:o are
officially reisirted to I $.;r..fi:n.4,y. an
Incrc.-o-e of JU.r. iv-.r.Jl over the first
quarter of last year.
The Jnterior department ha taken
every producing oil lease owned ,r
Guffey f.aiy In the Indian territory
te.aiiM of violations of the rulings of
Erich Mucnter, Intruitor In German
at Harvard, nud formerly of the Kan
sas unlversitt. ha been arrested
charged with the murder of his wife
The Nail, .mi! (Vintrens of Mother
which wa to have held a session In
! Angeles hi May ha leen In
definitely H.Mpoiird owing to the dl-
ster In S.tn Franclsi.
Judge Abner Smith, Jerome V
Pierce. G F. Sorrow and F. E. Creel
man v re recently tndl. ted in connec
tion with the aSali of the defunct
Rank of America of Chicago.
The bill i1isisltiK of the affairs of
tha Indians In Indian tnlioty. known
e the "Five Tillies bill,'1 ha been
signed l.y thn president.
Senator Ssoner smke for thn-a
hour In the senate recently on the
rnlroad rate bill In reply to Senator
The president sent a spe, lal me,
sage to cong re;; recently UrgillK the
'iiuie.Ji.ne appropriation of money for
rep; Ir at the M.irc Island navy yard
In oidcr that employment may ha
provided for persons lu San Francisco.
Prig. Gen Edward W. Serrell, a
not.'d i It 11 and military engineer U
dead In New York aged Ml )ear. He
first surveved the canal mute across
the Isthmus or Panama for the gov
ernment. He also built the ll.s.s.ie
tunnel and the Niagara uspenslon
Lieut. Gov. llcnloit has announced
hi withdrawal fi,ni the Iowa Rutier
Cnpt. Richmond V. Hobson has
lieen nominated for coiigres la lh
Sixth Alabama district.
Martin J. Sheridan, of New Y'ork
won the discus throwing contest at
Athens, beating the world's record
wtih n throw of 41 metre and 48 ceutl
metre. A Norwegian name I Skattcbo won
the Individual championship of th
world at the Intel national l if! a fou
lest at Athens.
The Istdy of Johu Paul Jotie ws
laid to rest recently with fining cere
monies In a marble c rypt lu llan. roft
hall. AnnalHilts, Md President Roose
velt and Ambassador Juswraud nis.ln
W.i'ier Welliimu, whi will sHeo.pt
b: reach (he North :ob ty tull.ca,
s.'.i.ed tioin New Y tr' for Kurop re
tently. He wl'l stall In hi ulmhiy
SEVEN YEARS OF SUFFERING
Ei-ded at Last Through Vsis( Down's
Mrs. Rellna Jones, of I'O Main 8t..
Ansonla, Conn., aayn: "If It bad not
been for Doin a Kb
Bey Pills I would
not be alive to-day.
Sevea years i;o I
was so bad w th
pain In the It k,
and S) weak that 1
bad to keep to my
room, and was In
bed sometimes six
weeks at a spell,
hi -'in ti.i'i
Doan'a Kidney Pills, the kidney weak
ness was soon eorreetei, sod Inside
a week all the pain was gone. I was
also relieved of all heaoact.es, dizzy
spells, soreness and feelings of Un
iruor. I strongly recommend Ltoan's
Sold by all dealers. fO cent a box.
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. y.
Captain Iongaw ay Did that pretty
Mrs. Y'oung ever get over her hus
Rob Innocent Which one her
firiit or second? Brooklyn Citizen.
Had Legs for Cavalry.
"George left the Infaatry company."
"They told him his legs had the
proper curve for the cavalry." Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
From Dreadful Pains from Wound on
Foot System All Run Down
Miraculous Cure by Cuticura.
"Words cannot speak highly enough
for the Cuticura Remedies. I am now
seventy-two year of age. My system
tad been all run down. My b!ood was
so bad that blood poisoning had set
In. I bad several doctors attending
me, so finally 1 went to the hospital
where I was laid up for two months
My foot and ankle were almost be
yond recognition. Dark blood Cowed
out of wounds In many places and I
was so disheartened that I thought
surely my last chance was
slowly leaving tne. As the
foot did not Improve, you can
readily Imagine how I felt. I was
simply disgusted and tired of life. I
Hood this rain, which was dreadful,
for six months, and during this time
I waa not able to wear a shoe an 1
not able to work. Some one spoke to
n.e about Cuticura Tl:e consequence
were 1 bought a set of the Cuticura
Remedies of ono of my friends who
was a druggist, ind the rraise that 1
gave after the Fecond application is
beyond description; It seemed a mir
acle for the Cuticura Remedies took
effect Immediately. I washed the foot
with the Cu'lcura Soap before apply
ing the Ointment and I took the Re
solvent at tin n.e time. After two
weeks' treatment my f..t was healed
completely, people who hd seen my
foot during my Llness an J who have
seen It since the cure, csn harily be
lieve their own ejes. Hubert Schoen
hauer. Xewburg. N. X. August CI,
The more experience men and
women have In rearing chlldnn the
j - r( IU IV? DVUl.r ilin.UI
In a Pinch. Use ALLEN'S FOOT EASE.
A powder. It cure p'lnful. smart
ing, nervous f-et and Ingrowing nails.
It s the grea'est cotufort discovery of
the a."e. Makes u shiM-s easy. A
rertam cure for sweatlns feet. Sold
by all drtigg'.sts, Jjc. Trial package,
FHLK Address A. 8. Oluibted. Le
Roy. N. V.
Josh and Arlcmus.
Jot-li Pilling was a great spelling
reformer, but he lived before hi time
So did Srtrrnu Ward, and we ,ok'
their work will continue ft .u way
ahe.td of time. ISfy tradition and
get down to bustue Wilkc nborre
G.rfeld Ten. tke l.erh Uv.t.ve. I niM.
e'lne, be 1 1 li g i tig . 1d-.iitl-. L.ci
ai.t.a. IV rule cv ui .pat uu.
An official lit the land office at
WaxhiiiKton relate how Ir. Whipple,
for a long time Pltiop of M innexita.
once undertook to hold religious f-tr
vice near uu Indian vlllago lu one cf
the western state.
It api-cara that the bishop's effects
were scattered alout the " l.hlge." and,
when about to go out, he arked the
chief if It were safe to leave them
there while he weul to the village for
Plenty safe," grunted the Jndlan:
"no white man lu a hundred miles
from here." Harper's Weekly.
A Pout on man has a.ked the ciurts
to re.traln hi wlfo from cailing him
tip over tlii ctelephono at his office.
What hi programme I that he ob
tcl to having hi l!o keep tab OU
Mm I not announce el.
has Junt completed a highly s'-refi,
picture of Gncral Israel J-otr.am. the j
heroic pa'rolt of the Revolution.
Coionel H.nry H. Adams, the New
York Iron and .'eel magnate. Tie
jortrlt I to lung In th place c.f
honor at the Putnam cottage at Gr a
mun li.nn :
Tia i v.'- ritafe t i sset raff fKat Xai si 'wm
tt,n fat. lAher 4 1, 1 t lM(
f mm f ,y V. (j ttu wrtat . K yf g -i
f-at ) rw Mi 4 uf ;aaii vt
H . t I ''S M B UI'tt'lalH I f I i ( Mf
A I. n.. .-is4, Ofc , l ( w m I ;t crv tin
I'M" ftVlrt. It 1 lk.e. 1SIIM y I. tr-m k
r.'S CO . VMr- tu.. l .'ti 4'Cf r t& L ,vA
fr.no .rf. A tf fil. i bf . tr
hB4f 4 M 1"t MffW H Sm W cu.-. 1 94
tuf e'rrn.M lerl.'-, o 'ft
A4-: F J I ill Sil 4 CO., Toc4c, OaUb
h : I f prurc
Iks. Uu. fto.i;f ei.it tor rovM'uoa.
Miss Ascum Ixi you really think
It's jiosjilble to find out who your
husband wi!i be by consulting a for
Miss Malnchanz I don't know, but
I recently found out who my husband
wouldn't be by consulting one.
Miss Ascum Really! Who was the
Miss Maiuchanre Bradstret
Important to en otnera.
Ezxmtne carefo'ij errr bort. of CAJTTtHIA,
ar.4 e.re nsooir (or tafsats aa4 ckudf
sad mc Uurf It
f traann of
ty , Ai
ta Vm Tar on 30 Tr.
Stat a-Jxl Tow liw AJw.-
Was He Repentant.
"I think that the people who have
taken this affair In hand have made
you sinrerely repent."
"Petx'Ct!" exclaimed the man who
had betn involved , cjuestlonalle
finance. "It is worse than that They
made me return some of the money,"
A Waste of Money.
Wi'Marn I consulted a fortune tel
ler last night, and after I had crossed
her pfclm with a dollar, she predicted
that I should marry you.
Mary What a waste of money! I
could have told you that for nothing
three months ago. Brooklyn Citizen.
Lewis' Sicele Binder the lamous
1nli-l.l f.o cigar, a. wvs bo; quutY.
Vuur dvaier cr L wi' Fai-tc-ry, Poona, ilL
Is Expensive New.
Jonesmith My wife was such a
pentlve creature before I married her,
but she ai pears to have gotten over
P.row nrlght I see. you mean rhe's
eipct-sive tiow. Philadelphia Press.
Myrtle Look wh
tiLi i.t dlauHitid riug
t a lovely engr.ge
Cirvirgtf Las given
F.stelle Yes; it's lovely. R nearly
broke my heart when I sent It back.
G.t'rld Ten pur f.rn tSe Unci.
:.! li cuitt c.i fcficchf.
Two Americans who were traveling
In Kntland made a devout pilgrimage
to Stratford-on-Avon, and fpent sev
eral da wandering about the ncich-
NuhiHid. One day they n: t a country
man, and, pausing, one of the pilgrims
"My friend. I envy you jour life!
here amid the field that knew the'
Great Poe-t's youtU. What sublime'
thoughts must come to you as you'
tr.'ad the paths h! fevt tred?" j
The runic simply stared, and thej
American demanded If he knew of j
wnoni ne was sjakii-.g, receiving a
"Why. e.f Shukesere. man. You
wur-t know of tlrn!" the pilgrim ei
plalnel, nrlckin wiih horror.
Af'er some eevtving the man fully i
admitted t.at had heard rf t r.Ve i
ln-are, and belie ved that he had "write
for siiiiiniitnt "
"And have you
be wrote- was It
my Id. a for
the i '
with infinite ar
'Oh. It wn't the l.urinon puper,"
the man said "I know- li w summat
sol.-mu like J think It w the llible.
b. like." Harper's Wee kly.
Darius Cobb, the
;v t Ht il)
brought to df?pi!r through the suffering c-J5?d by Uxj1s dstroses. should
Uks heart. There IS a curs for sl your pain ani misery. Mrs. John A.
Kceton, cf Cephj.s, Va, untes: "Life v. as a bunien to n.e for years. All
that my dear doctor ci. brought r.o relief. Cardul helped me mere than
:i the mecicines I ever
txk. Now I a-ri well srJ
happy, and have all tha
pleasures cf hit before
me." It relieves pain and
regulates the funcuor.s.
I Wa t
A At la a rr,
i!3 AP.arr.a town JtaJ '
:orca!nn to ra'l at the tafclsj it l-T
aJ,t 0mn Aoi.t Iteur. ears S v
Mra!&e. WT.ile w!Mt. t tb '
.rti.u .he wi-vi t .
M.n ,4 a . -,y hl h a;-.
,4 xtuta under tie e;ge of th fced,
lnd asked: '
1 i c;.i or.e tj I'i-n cr.i.;rn ash
- - . . -
- . . . . . .... . .
ls v s m-iA t M'-r.' j, wvi I." 7
It chl!-f ict $A to tarr.
Rom." Auf.t Vsy fii-l
Why, It must be fire or '. i
: surely It oir.t to tare a juiine at '
that age." the lady aaid.
Aunt Pty ivodied.
Xt dor.e w orr i-d a w!w,I Yt. :
honey, it sho' ta." the sSd. "Rst '
w fcut Ah gwia do? My o;e cm, t ;
done usd vu all ti. good uch os '
de d.w. .D- now dat ttHe Utte,
wait twed one cb de-a tfie, so te can
git his name." i
Vr. Wtoavi S iKCIOfc. g
lmuu..ftf iA,cm tbVMt. i
Saw No Cha?vce for War.
Charles Dl'ke. who In f'rr
years was iwh a notalle r;rare la tt.
public of Great Pri-aic. is cften asked'
j by French papers to coitrlbut art!r:rt
j on current po!ik Reoo-lr v
; the Morocco tfiffjc.j:?T t, ..
he wrote for the Pris Figaro a
anicie declaring tiat tr.ere was no
chacce c.f war arising fro cr.te d;f-
ference between France and G-rtr.arT
j and that there was to grouni t tie
j panic leit In France, as the French
1 artillery was u;erior to the GemLin
artillery and the French trot,.;. were
as good as the Gercisn troot s.
frnr.kcrs spprc:j,t the caal tr n'ue cf
Ltri' :x.e B.zatr cjrr Veer cr.er
3r LstKi I ic-,TT. lttin Id.
Showing Him Around.
The Lady I tare only five cr.U
to give away this morning. To wtica
of you two shall I give It?
The Hobo Give it to Panhanii
Pete, mum. He's boueht dis rotre o'
me, an' I'm jes' takin' him over de
5round. Cleveland Leader.
Did Well in Literature.
Eriggs Blliter's daughter did
well In literature, didn't she?
Griggs Yes, indeed. I ender-stood
that she made money enough on ter
first novel to get b.r&cif an educa
rcvuiliv-elr ewed hj
i ' j i
tarse Little rill.
Tbcy ao rrin-re Dt.
tresa tnra ryrpcjsi. la- j
tofa A rrtLt wo-;
rirowii.'isa, f. T-S t
to ILa V -t'-X Ooted
Tatrai. Pua Us ti Kle.
Ti hSia LTV'ER. TJiO
; irf.'i't te SoweX Psner Yej-eCftija.
;skjlij. pill siiic::l siaF.L,
Gtnoine Vest Ecir
J REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.
rT POMMEL H
mdra t ka.1 jr
nvj cW b-wc
, That Dclichtful Aid to Health
Whitens the teeth purine
RKu'.h and trr.;h ccrr CAftl
CitJ-rK, oe tr-.roit, t. rift,
ard I v ci.revt a; ; Iwativn ccrs
all ui-iamexi, ulcerate J and
rtrt t-al ceaJ:i.vts caused I f
lex.a.r.e L. v .
Paxtirve jvfte.e$ ritTvie!'nary
?!:, htil.rg a:vd efm
Cil c;c...r ci.ftC anvth r.jj
t-x. At U ftirv;i;'tv jocecu
lie R. Pa i to a Co Eotoo, Mass, : t
W.N.Uft KANSAS CITV. NO. 13, 19C.
pup sToTic.N tTt s uTu 1 1 d
aJt fca 1ft.. an t Ti.ft..rv a H'd. i. t.
F'liT raT.HIVC tZlSfZ'lZ
LydJjt Cm Ptrikhstrn9
r.nkhfaa Ve-jre&a.'c.t Cms-ym-A or
jwi of rrsiaaj(ir.4 m sot r-s-
tM it u a lt.sc.ul. arA bevrswoM it
p...ai,.e. vii .p.T beeie it
ti.t sv At wn'-rfi V . .fi nwa-
j StrT-V e-re c.TTrrd to art LwrCy
, ttwa tie rMT:T OT7XC. T.r:' i-rrt
rorta ?d-twe rtsVjrii. Uealla a&i
areVr: cxtmi are renrteil frta
:' P- cf ti coaEtry It w-wsvea
who La rr. .I Vi r.-tae at
Lydj E. f'is Ve;ti.e Ozm-
p"trtvi, a-d are alt eiomri to
If phrw-.aa ird V) Ym rr.'jc !
OTn.h-!itidjiLVLf lrs e-zxrm'f
ti-At Ur cr.cjci.t.T prT-:ii
Lydl K. I':viLaa Yj"t, Ces
:a server r fm r .
t -vey kror t-T eTTrr-toe it ea jmi r-
ix 7 Ir.'jrr tTOi it.
Ir. fj. C. lirv sea. cf ( Er'jij
inn, I .:r-Z- txzrg. mr.'je:
"It crw te i-a ; I n ? it I
tT f Lv ii. i v-i. arr "k rta.
m nry rw 1 r i-mim 4. S-v3wa.
" V T . tnurt r I ra 1 it rt w-ft.
'rr sow imx;s!z 3 f-jr i
. ' I frw- t wlIt'ow.v ht M a e wm.
jbo, msa (lllvt u ujaaa coj-wsuect.
Women who are Vr"z -3 w.-t pCs.
LLJ. IKieL-. icejus OS
cn b ttft'jrtrd u r-fttrt Le-a
strecg-h bytAkii Lyi-a E. Pie.i-s. s
VeTTtt:e CoCL.p.jct"d. If a-ifvw v,;
eied wrrite to .V .-s. I-itkbaja. a.t
Lttlo, Mva. Kh-e ia daeratr-u-lar
! ci Ljdla E. r-ri.aaj axd for tweitr.
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