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ttlCH UIUr- MISPOl'IU
Entitled to Job.
All Munich was astonnded the other
day to wake tip and find the city
1 !.' ar(Jwj lrh legend whlrh rd
hs follows: Without A Ileal. It Is No
t-'se." For a whole 24 hours the ciil
tens wondered what this could tDMti.
The next lay the legend was replaced
with signed announcement that the
advertiser desperately In need of
employment as a clerk or office man
ager, and that, la his despair, he had
bit u;tn this way jo? attracting atteti
tics: to his needs. As his money was
Bow ail ftone, he tiopcd tbst some
kind boarted person w hose attention
fc night have attracted would give
hint employment without loss of time.
"Without a head." he explained, "it's
o use trying to work; bnt you can
not have a head -unless yon also have
stomach, and food to pot Into it.1
Wheihcr this Ingenious advertiser ob
tained "the 'Work he desired does not
tpl-ear. for Munich paieru are too In
dignant oer "wiiat they -consider the
fCroiitery -trf tthe man In thus Intro
ducing "undesirable American meth
ods of advertising" to Tecord his suc
cess .or failure. To on American
who Is familiar with the "mystery'.'
signs of the street cars and billboards,
this sterns but a slight offense, and
one sadly lacking In originality. Hut
Munich has not yet lost Its feeling of
A Delusion of Seventy.
To the bos of Princeton university,
the other day, Mr. Cleveland declared
tfcat he was cot disposed to seek syvn
railft'tic consolation for his 70 years.
In other words, lie had not yet begun
to talk to himself about the compen
sations or age. This state of mind In
Mr. Cleveland's case is. of course, en
couraged by contemplation uion what
Is behind bid as. well as by the pre
sumably happy circumstances of his
rresent being. None the less, his
statement points a wholesome fact
which is very apt to be forgotten
when we begin to philosophize. The
so-called compensations of old ag
are, in many cases, no more than the
excuses with which we try to defend
the deficiencies of our own part in
lite. The dictum, a man Is as old aa
he feels, only tells half the truth. A
man !s as old as be makes himself
feel, comes nearer to It, says Saturday
Evening Post. And about tie quick
est way to make himself feel old Is to
berin hunting for those compensa
tions with which Mr. Cleveland says
he has not yet been troubled.
It is a timely question whether
there should not be some way of pun
ishing the "fake" prophets of terres
trial disaster who are exciting the
fears of the timid and the credulous.
One of these charlatans predicted an
earthquake in New York, fixing the
fxact hour at which the disturbance
would occur, and when the hour ar
rived a lot of panic-stricken persons
rushed to open rpaces to escape the
danger which Impended. Down In
Texas another jianlc was created by
tho prophecy, that a great comet
would "eKe w ipe" the earth, that sec
tion of the country being especially
exposed to peril. Of course, says
Troy Times, nothing of the sort pre
dicted happened In cither cane, and In
fact March, which had been fixed
tiKin by the augurs of evil as a month
.f peculiarly dreadful calamities du
to outbreaks of nature's forces, passed
away In an uncommonly peaceful
mood. The worst shakcups wet
those given the nerves of bellevt-is In
tho "fake" prophecies.
An etiterpiislng Woman In lieilln
I.e. Hailed a at boo to teach the !
tiico of divination and the reading of
the future by such occult means as
coffee grounds, flight of birds, yolks
f eggs and the like. If the police do
ot lnU-ifero with this establishment
It Is within the reach of humhlu divi
nation of the future newspaper ueo.
romaucy to predict that this shrew il
student of human "nature In her profits
wlil make the G;'0 per cent, get ric h
quick schemo appcur like a street
Hand businiss lu peanuts.
Astronomers long ago came to the
conclusion that the mon's Binface Is
very hot during the height of tho lu
nar day. which lasts two weeks, und
vety cold during the lunar night,
which Is equally long. These extremes
of temperature reach their height at
the lunar noon ami midnight ai.d are
greater than any natural temperature
tin tho tarth.
An army officer, who recently ap
plied for the benefit of the bankruptcy
Jaw, hud deiiis amounting to 11..!;i7.
and ar! amounting to $.'. lie is
cut of place In the army. The field of
a fyrilus of this ihaiuctcr is t lie prcsl
iciiry of a la'hoad.
A Yule pioftssor has traced thu
ki-.n I at k to pi -historic times. I!e
had bitt double u 11 in vuju. No Olio
i .i,lU (lull theie Wert obcullti ry
j . u-1: -iiin as far tack tis the ir-
i u i t J JcO,
DEATH OF GEN.JX HUDSON
Tie Veteran Kansas Editor Victim
of Heart Disease.
Had Been For Year B Notable Fig
ure In Newtpaper, political and
Army Circles In His Slats,
Tcpeka, Kan. G"n. J. K. Hudson
the veteran editor publisher and sol
diT who hug Ions been a prominent
and forceful figuie In Kansas affairs
died at his homo here Sunday of heart
dhtease with dropsical complications.
He? was stricken about five mouths
irroslncp which tut Be hud graauai
ly been sinking.
Gt-n. Hc4--.cu a Item in Carroll
fnunty, O., May 4, 1840. H? Joined th
Third Kansas volunteers at tlw open
ing of the civil war. and was mustered
out bs major In lSt3.
After the- war he settled In Wyan
dotte; county. He was a member of
:he house of representatives In 1ST1. In
1ST9 he founded the Topeka Capital.
In 1ST9 tirneral Hudsi became
publisher of the Topeka Capital after
jelllri!; the Kansas farmer. He bo
;mp a powerful newsnapor and politi
cal factor in the state. In 1S'J5 h
was elected state printer and served
two years. On May 29, 1?9S, General
Hudson was appointed brigadier gea
ral or vuluntcers In the war wllti
REDUCED EXPRESS RATE-
Interstate Commerce Commission Says
Contract With Railroads is No Ex
cufs for Unreasonable Charge.
Wabhinpton. The Interstate Com
Trce Commission has rend-.-red its
'list opinion in a case involving the
"easonableucss of an rxprtss ratj.
The case was brought by the Society
)f American Florists, who claimed
.hat the rate charged by the United
States Express rqmpauy on cut flow
?rs from New Jersey points to Newr
Vorl City was unreasonable, xct"3
sive and unjust. This rate till July
ISH'C was 30 cents per hundred pounds
and at t'aat time was raised to $1 per
Commissioner Franklin lan who
Mivnd the opinion, holds that the
rste should be redJcrd to CO cents per
The decision says:
"An express company e;in not jus
tify a rate which la couipu:l-on with
:ther rates. Is exc-slve and unreas
anaLle. An express company Is en
titled to charce a reasonable amount
for lis service, but can not justify an
unreasonable rate by producing Us
contracts with the railroads.
PREDICT WHEAT SHORTAGE.
Great Activity Prevails on the Chica
go Board of Trade as a Con
sequence. Chicago, IU. Tb last wei-U on
the Chicago board of trade has seen
a revival of the activity which pre
vailed there several years ago and It
is predicted by the more optimistic
traders that business will continue at
a higher level for some time to come.
The cold weather conditions
throughout th wett and southwest
have been the chief causo of the In
creased value of trade. NeviT In
the history of th weather huieau
has such extended and audi sewre
weather existed at this time of the
year. Th.. result has Iwii n growing
comhtlon on the pail of many trad
ers und commission men that the
crop of wtn'.er wheat has been nerl-oui-ly
ildiii.i'd ami one excellent au
thority made the prdlctl.m that the
crop wlil be Hi-out It'll million bushels
bchiw that of lat ; r.
Body of Horace Marvin Found.
Ihiver, IM-Iaware. The body of
Unlace M.irvln. Jr. which was found
on Saturday lltig In a pool of wat r
lesa than h;lf a lulK I i where
he wat, last xeeti p!aln on Man h 4
was liilened Sunday. Trior to tho
futi.-ral a coronet's Jury officially Iden
tified the lody ii hd authorti il an
autopsy. Thete Is much to make It a;e
pear that the tiy war.d. ted away and
fi 11 . il.ausied Into the Kd on tho
jnarslieii where hit body was found.
Japs See Tnelr Hero.
Mlsi-oula, Mont. tlfueial Kinokl
and party, i-umti'l by Gem ral Ar
thur MacAr'hur and ptaff. wlm are tm
their way to Va.hlii;:ton rnad a short
stop In Mi-.oulu Futid.ty. The occas
ion was a holiday for the Japanese
people of Western M-mlana, who flock'
td to the fetation to wleotiii- tlie hero
of the Husso Jap:iiiee war.
AnotHrr Cuatprr.alan Mine,
tliialeiiiula City, It Is report
ed biiothir initio of exidutdv.a has
been found In the vicinity of thf na
President Ready to Act.
New York. In a b-tter mid Sun-
'day before the Central federate 1
I'tlloll, Pivbldeiit House ell state
that If eld"icv Is anbmltted to hltn
showing thut there bus been a miscar
riage of Justice for or agaiiiat Moer
and Hay !. uWaltluK trial at Iloi-,
l lalio. charged wl.h thi murder of
former tloiiinor St.-um-niit g h- w;-l
I ring nicu evidence t- the btlenlloa
of th1 attorney f. em-rat for suc:i uv
Hon If any us It inuy be In thi power
t-f Hie federal a ill hot ill' s 0 tuke.
X-.' ' 1 Y M
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BUT A FEW SMALL STRIKES
May Day Did Not Bring Its Usual
Boston Only City With Serious Labor
Conflict Butte, Mont, Presents .
P.oston, Mass An unusually quiet
May Day throughout New Kngland.
with the exception of this city, was
experienced In labor circles Wednes
day. Minor troubles In tho bnildin
trades In some cities and towns were
the most discordant notes outside the
greater Iiostou district where l.'i')
men went out for higher wages, while
the teamsters strike which started
a month aco was still on with fclmot.t
daily scenes of disorder. The
majority of the now men who went
out Wednesday were boilermakers.
Huttc, Mont. What are per
haps the queerest May Iay strikes
In history came Wednesday when the
clerks In Die office of Count As
sessor Holan, who gel $1ih per month,
presented a di niand for an Increase
averaging :' per year and the Jur
ors In Judge Uonlun's court, who
were laid otf two weck3 ugo. prese;:l
r-d n demand for twelve day's pay,
the period of their layoff. The mat
ter is to tie adjusted.
Kansas City, Mo. A stride of:
union inachinlsta tok place In Kun- !
sas City Wednesday. It was called j
by a general order of the union, but !
some of the shops settled with their j
men and no strike took place lu these. ,
The union is demanding 37 cents an ,
hour, a nine hour day instead of ten j
and some readjustment of working j
hours at different shops.
Wilmlnittoti, IHdawnre. Carpen
ters to the number of 1'itfl went on
strike' In this city Wednesday, In an
attempt to enforce a demand for an
Increase of five tents an hour.
New Haven. Conn. The flrtl
of May finds lndtlrtrial pea e at j
hand all over Connecticut except '
fur a small freight handlers' btr,ke
at Wat"t bury. j
Spokane, Wash. About e!'.
liliiil uoll.crs ijult work Wednes
day bet tin n contractors rcfii-o d to
giant the new wage wale of f u
elhl bouts. j
Tacoma, Wash. About 100 union j
mi'blets went out on strike here;
We Itienlay for an tight hour day audi
3 75 per day. . !
Young-town. Ohio. Three li sin (
tired t ar liters Wednesday struck I
for an Increase of tints a day in ;
Stockman Killed In Cabosse.
Kansas City, Mo. A catjooo In
which several shippers of live stock
wcje rldititf ai detached from a;
fnb in Pacific stock train here Tues '
day ri)orr.ini and while being switched
to another track by a switch engine
struck a piojeitlug corner of a box
car and was overturned. C. O. Itussel
of I.t-onards Hie, Knns., was killed and
five other pii'u weie lnjunM
Ccldet4 April In 26 Years. j
V.'uhhliuton. The mouth tiding (
Tuewlay was the coldest April In the j
lint .'j ytars and wilhlu a u'gt-e of
the (-oldest Aptll ever ex i-erient . d tl
the W ather Hon aM.
Lives Destroyed at Canton.
Hongkong, China Very great d.
structlon of llf.i and irepe.ty as
caused at Canton Thursday rvenliiK ;
by the explosion of a giiiiMiwder !
luaita.liif. Twt nl int- ImmIIcs already ,
have be. n lecoveiej from the iilna. j
)Itiudr(il4 of ptixiiis Were Injitid. '
Governor Hagtrman Is Out. '
Santa f. N. M. Govtruor Her- J
Nil J. Hagt rtiiau. lu accordaliei.' uith
lnstruetloriH lect-lved Thursday evin-:
lig from Washliirloit. turned over bis I
cflioo to ttiiviury Kajcoldi Friday.
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1 P....".'. v."! I
BRAND OF PEACE TO SEEK.
President Roosevelt Says .the Eest
Kind Comes to the. Just
Washington, P. C. President
Koosevelt in an address at the unveil
ing of the? statue to General Gejrgt
H. McClellan Thursday charac
terized as weakness the desire
for peafv nlesrs it could be obtained
on the right terms. .He would have
cone of the so-called peace if It were
merely "another name for selfindul
Fpnce, for sloth, for timidity, for the
avoidance of duty."
The man who would do the 1 est for
the country In peace, the president de
clared, is the man who at need will
do well In war.
"Seek the peace tb;.f comes to the
Just man armed." said Mr. Roosevelt,
who will dare to defend hla ri;Uta
If t!i need should arise. Sc. k the
peace granted to him who will wrong
no man and will not sulun't to wrong
In return. Seek the peace thr.t comes
to us as the xuce .f ri ..tiiiMii-iie.s.
the peace of justice. Ask peace by
your tb-eds and your powers warrant
you in asking It. und do riot put your
self !: the position to crave it as
something to be granted or withheld
at ti e wl.tin of another.
Another Standard Oil Ojtter Suit.
Toledo. A. J. Steele, an ol! opera
tor of North llaitlmore, I)., will f:ie a
suit ul findlay Saturday against the
Standard Oil and directors and subsi
diary companies in Ohio and Indiana
to oust the comprint' s from tlf -lr char
ters, enjoin th'-lr operations ar.d to
have n receiver appointed to wind
tip their business. The plaintiff
charges that the defendant directors
entered lttto a conspiracy to control
the oil trade of the country and are
operating in violation of the an'.l trust
laws or the I'nlted Sl.ile
Balloon Landed in IlllnoU
Golcondu. 111. Captain IV r.
Chandler, Cnltitl States slimal ser
vice, and J. C. McCoy of New Yotk
failed to break the long distance bal
loon r.'t-ord and to win the lnhm cup
The balloon which left St. liuls at
7.20 Tuesday evening. Ian 'el five
miles north of Gohonda at 2 1)0 iVi-l-nesday
afternotiti. To have won the
l.ahm cup th.. 1, all. sin would have had
to go more than 1"2 mile. Golcotida
Is otil; lilo miles from St. Ixu!
Tulia Wants PreVdent Also.
Tulsa, I. T. An lnl(a:lo:i slimed
by Hie co'.iitn' niitl tlub. u-avor itiid
prornliient (Hi?nn of Tnl.i t'i
itraphed Friday ntrht to I'r ld nt
Hoojievidt asking him t acroinpuiiy
Wllllaiii 11 T..ft to tlie lertltory wh -ti
the lutt'T delivers an hdd ess before
the icpublientl state Cotnetitloii of
Oklahoma In this city oil June C.
To Inspect M.ttourl River.
Washington. The Inland wat'T
ways comtiiission lit hi Its final meet
ing ptcparstoty to starting on an ex
it ttslve Inspitiioti trip In the Missis
sippi valley. It Is promised to have
next Friday for Kansas City where
the commission will Inspect th. Mis
souri liver from that city to St.
l.ouis on tl.: government boat S titer.
General Hudson is HI.
Top. !. a. General Jos. ph K. Hud
Sen. ii.-wspapt-r editor Hid ex state
printer, is datigt-roiibfy III at his home
here. He lias tuff-red from heart
trouble for some time ami now drop
slca! complications have appeared.
Th.t attending ihyslclan said Friday
that G.neral Hudson's condition was
Very si rious.
Discovered an lc Trust.
Kaunas ( It y. Mo. That an Ice
trust t xisted In Kansas City lust em
was decided by Judge V. A. l'owel'
In the ii cult court at ludcpindciict
Tuvndjy iiiorrilnn This decision re
ered tlio flniluik'S Hindu by W. H
lioiirtio), the commissi. mi. -r who heiri!
the pt.Mtt-dliini last sainiiier. No pen
ally was ased at the tl-.ne the d
tisloii whs r. ii'l-'i'-'l It hi within tin
COlllt'l p.lr to flH (ho I'Ullty dun
punbs, dissolve them, ur pit t'.em !r
the Lji.Jj of a rcxiivtr.
THAT MAY SNOW STORM
All Known Records for Thin Srason
Extended Over a targe Section And
Was Accompanied fey Frseiing
Temperature In Moi-t Places.
Top. V.., Kan. A heiny, damp
snowfall which began at 4 o'clock frl
day morn Ins; prevails over this sec
tion of Kansas. At 9 o'clock the
ground was covered to the depth of
over an Inch with much of the preci
pitation melK-d. A strong wind from
the northwest was Mowing with a
temperature of 20 degrees at 10 o'clock
and grow ing colder.
Lincoln, Neb. Snow which In
sorti pine-- fell to a depth of four
Inches covered the greater part of Ne
braska frlday morning, breaking all
known records for the nnjinh of May,
not only In the precipitation of snow
Lut In the temperature, whlc'i rels
ten d IT decrees rly lu the day. The
snow 1 driven by a heavy wind In
the eastern part of th- state und tli
storm had all the marks of u blh.-r.rd.
with drifts dvhoinx trains.
Chicago. All records f.r rr.ew
falls In Chicago durfm the- ntont'i of
May were broki n Friday, und nr-.ly
otc since 1ST." has the temp1 future
fallen so low. Karly In the aft-rttoon
snow beuan fal'ing nnd 1 y 7 o'clock
eight tenths of an Inch l:;ul fa') n.
I mrlng the evening r.h" teiupe; n t are
dropped to 31. the lowest f;ir ','.0 years
for May with one exception.
Sprin;-fi' Id. Mo. A cold wave v.ns
general over the entire Orark c-nin-try
Friday ii'cht. Th; themioutrter
dropped six il'vn i'S below the frei j
ns fioint, probably all frit it nit pre
viously damaged by frost was killed.
- Muscatine, Iowa. A snowstorm
approaching bllysrarl proportions Is
racins; here. Tlie tentoorature li fjll
lng nnd the wind is rising.
Piled Complaint by Telepraph.
Washington. I). C. for the lirrt
time In Its history a coiniilnltit wr
filed by t.-lograpu with the in-er
sta'e commerce cotntni'o Ion Wednes
day and the iirttoii of the s:intil.;s!cn
on the com plaint was unu.".uillv
prompt and direct. Tlx- co';i lalnt
In usual form, came from the Call
forrtll ftuit 'jrowers' Kxcltaego it!i
hili.bjimrtei s at !s Al.v. h s Mid w..
directed avaliist the Soii'heiu Pa
clfk- and Santa Fe rullroads. Tif
cotntiiission. by telegraph. .-( t':e
cas. tor hearing at 1 os A;; I. s on
May l". Ti e p. tislon
w.itU in length and the e.vrhaii:e
.;thl ul.oiit $e) for its tr.ilisliilsnto.1.
Cruisers to the Pacific.
Washington. The rnilscr I nvi-r
end Clevt land, now In Hampton Ito -d-i
with the Atl.uiti.- fb 1 1, h.ive l"in or
derr J to pr.c-. d thro'ich the Mi di' -r-ratu.in
Sea und Sm.-i C.n.al to V.
Ii"se waters and join ill- second (!)
visit. a of t!:,. newly mcanhel pacific
fie t. The rruixi rs mat" :; ale a short
Stop at Ilordeaux on their vnynee to
rrpr sent the I'nitid States at II11
Marine exposition lu c liiir.it bm of l!v
aiiniveisary t.f the application of
stcem to n.eti.ntlon bv Uoh.-rt fnlt n
An Oklahoma Wild Weit St-ow.
Chir.ico. The initial pet fot inane
of "Hi Hanch." a portrayal of every,
cay life on a Western ranch, was gi'
eti lit the ('!!; n;:i l'"te Tb u-f.'.i y.
The new addition to wild west shows
li t'lffennt from Its pt--.bcess,.rs In
a-noiiii s no atti in j l Is riH'l,. to
main" the pes for niatic fit t - 1 1 1 ' r .
Tbet,. is tie u-oiit number of cow
hois, ponies a-id Indian, t.iit notion
Is s!rin.te.l beyond an t eiii.!t. :i
lion of tv.tyday life til IKi fam.ni"
101 laiii ii 11. it r liliJ--c Ol.la
Wil 1 of tht Dam Cave Way.
Chliiui'.hnit. M' tm.' i f I'm ir-at
wnlN jf the Chuvlsisr dat.i s idd tily
fnvi' wnv Thursday, etiicuitlnir in nrly
4l 111. tl llliliel the t tlortll'UlS W.U'ilt ot
masonry nn I water It.-tweeu 15 111,. I
L'O of the woiktii'-n lire dead, II In
lured and sevei.il others tniumniiiii' 1
for. Some of the Injured will die
Melc. City. tiiiatvm.il. 1 has
aptil isl. ed to the M". xtcaa gov 11 in: -ul
for In: Itniiit Ing Hint the Mexican Ices
Hon at Gaati mnla City wus loiilionns;
th.. nun who are susj '-cteil of tit
tetupHnt; to s-Hiissltiat.. Preshbut
Cabrera of Guateiuala last Monday
Wants Help for tb Ruiiians.
Sprliictle' 1. II!. Governor ' I -lien
Issued a prm hi mat 10:1 fiii.iy
st king ni l for the famine itii.i .it
people of H'lssia A ItHnslan fall.'::.
relief co nrnltteo bus bee.i tnani-: d
In Chicago to tal e chaigo of any f itel.-t
that i-.ay be coiiU lioiti d.
General KuroM Lands.
Seattle, Wash- General Kuiokl atid
his stiff, I cplcsc Mali ws of Jap., 11 tc
tl,n Jti.it. -town i(olilon, ui livid In
thu dty from Hut tlttent at half p.-t
(htieo'tlock Thuisday attetiKHjii af.ir
tt-v. lul bouts deliiy on Puct-l Si tin 1
iiv!!.,; t t f". They received a loval
ai.d plc'utt s.jue wiii ouie by loth I .
tul Japanese Liid Amei lo'i', who
crowded cuvty dot k I'D the wa't-ifi. lit
si. I Hind the strett us the Japaaikc
J.aity 1 assi-i thiouih lu 4 t. 1 i 1, y -.J
Members of Policyholders Committee
Accused ef Conspiracy During
Recent Election of Q'fUers.
New York. Silma:ionl results
have quickly follow d the Impilry by
the lilhttlcl attorneys offi-e as to the
recent election if dltectota of tlto
New Y--tk I.lfo Insurance company.
George It. ticrughiim, tnatuiger tif
the Intern.ltloliul policyholders com
mlttee, which Inspired the prr"--r-itt In
vsilgatlon making frae charges
against those who roml'ictcd the elec
tion, was himself arrested at Albany
Tuesday night and put aboard a 'rata
for New York.
Scrusham Is charged with conspir
acy and he was the third man id'Ti
tifiei! w ith International iodic; h d-.b-rs
committee to be taken into cf-'ody
Tin sday. The others are Ci.atics
Stirrup and Charles F. Carrineton.
These two wrre n"t nier.ihers of tne
(Miu m It -.. but were employ! lis
watchers freni the c'-;-irtii;tce at t'uo
President Will -Exr'ain Again.
Wusliliicton. William A. Co:.k!er,
Jfd.ii S Henry and Maurice Htown
rcprej-t -iitntivta of the Central Fvder-at.-d
I'liioti of New Y :k bad a talk
Tluiis 'tty with th proid. nt cov.f .rn
Ing l is letter to H-pr. s i.ta'lve S.o r
man d'.irrthicg M'-s: rs Meyer ai.d
Haywood, ;is "usi'Iestratde citieiift."
Wh:b- th"y iltc'.'md tc ssy ai y!'.,.t.ir
utioat th.ir Interview futt'er tlian
tit.tt It .i "ple.is.int ar.d su'ijfir
t(-;y," !t wa.: e..:i e, Ihht lh- si-
I. i;t will writ . 1 tier l.i the i.tilotl
to l.e r a t at its nte 'lit 4 t S.:'.d.-;.,
at w l.icii the "orn'ci'.ti i- 1'! ic;i:t.
CtriV-ers Owr;d WirRjAf.
Warsaw. The ir..-al 'r.k - r
dercd fer Vav I'ay heto r: t,:' -I l:i
a con.; l.-te tie up of i i:s:'n an I
trt.ftie. No uo-at or t r. al was 0:1
tainaMe-. No street cars or c.tl f
$ a red on the strict, no p.v-er were
pi luted ar.d the stores w -:e t h.-etl
Wa:f.tw WiHlt.esJ.iy wa? practi.sily :t
milit.uy cuiiiii The s"ot? p.;t-i'
of c.iv.!ry atid liif. n'ry In the s!re-w
dut lr.it XYf Ki"tt;lf.js q-.:!rk:y sc..f-:l
the crowds which et! .;np,.-i to t,.:.
T. ;;.i!e and prt.v.'i;d d ' ui
Wireless Eejrti'cujl'e Warnings.
Mi.til 1. Karti-.ttiake ;. rts I e
li lr t'tat it Is p ; '!'. -le tf I" w irtn.J
by vvir. let tt-levraj h Itht or t'Joiit;
hours 111 tolvht.ee ef the h.ii.
Te-u ar Hon- in i-c -:r. .-i at !at :li
Ds )!; r s.i't of t.hs I v .r Ions r;;n b. at
l'..." time (f the l.ut tmi'i.r. At tl.'t
t ifii !bra!hrii In tSe I re 'ess wire
not-.l t ,,:lit hour b fore the earth
r;i:..y. :n f. It The .l . n oi it. i ran
be xpl;tlie- t il tot tt!: r h .1 pot 'je ; j.
C-if t n Mack'm Not Cuilty.
j San Ai.t t.lo. Tex The ..:; I i;.;
!!:il Willi h has 1 - 11 liw-iT C;.pt.
K Imi" Mat kliri t f the ;h It !..,!!
Prow uiv Hie. went In'.i ?.-!
at n.siti Th'ti s.t.ty :ni .-vii--' s;ttl
tr.e hour, nf.itre.l a vbtory of 1
e'ilty Ti e tn-ni,..) v . f .-m I 1
guilty en nil 1 !;.u ar .1 n,.-ri.'li a'.-.
and the verdict read "a.' in! 1 1' d f'
Insurance Preaident Fined.
New York William A. l'i--r
Jr. forim r pt t.b nt of t'.i Waslv
Ingtt.ii Life Irisiir.ui.'i" cotr.pati) w.n
n tiier.eed 'tiiiiiday to ay a f.us
of S'.iui for making a file and fraud
ul. ti ret'tiit t . the . late ;: Intend
tnt if I train i- nee In ri.-atd to the fl
riuiicl.il condition of lint r.eiipany
T. litdli nnvtits rhi.ri liijj petjn:)
e (llsiiUst-d. Mr lrr-r p i!i t1".
Refi.d la Remove Ke'iey.
Albiiii;.'. N Y One viar. (.
1. iv f:orn I he time of hK oioIimI n
polt'eii n! .y Govcil.or il; Ins. II
se.'mte Thursday nlnht 1 t -.infn nn-d I it
to KeKi y 111 thi ntflce of stato KU.er
Ir.tcndeiit of Itihiu.iiii e, rlvltiK otiij
of tin- Ji", volts ret, .,: v to rust.iln
G' V. Hlihes' , l Oltitl'.ell.l.ltiotl .f ,
removal (run ofli.e Tw ei.ty uev cu
oies weie cant av'Hltist r.tc.ovul.
A Boaseful Canadian.
I.etali-n, i:t:;ltti. Sir Wilfred
l.Ml.ller, pn-tlltel ,f Cal.ildj, Hiljlvis-
ItU the C.,1'::. II ill CI'V, Tueslny l.'(;ht,
said he bud no fi ar Canada would Ih
cetet Aunvlcatiled. The Ann-lit ittt linl
gr.itits lu Cat iila wire it ptatthal
poo, b- who had quit the liiitej Mntes
for t tula.'. 1 ln'cau-e th.-y b. pevttl it a
better country with better law which
went udmliilptered tenfold . t iter than
the I..WS of the liit.i Sute.-i.
Of ered Dribs of 0,000.
Little litu i. Ark. A bnlte ef
$;ii."0i v.a tu'eied tiilef Clerk l.u
liti ef the Alk.ilisaa lions of ripte
s tttatives 1 1 allow the Anils null taeo
l-H-l, -a.illllt. blils to bo lost ,a0-
c. i.l'ii.i: to a r port here Th.ii:ilJ.
Primary for Senator -in Michigan,
Liitislns, Mich The lower hoitsti
of ti.'e siale b iislature Thur-day
..M-I the plim:'.ty eieitlon bill
udviwtited by liovernor Wu'lier. ii"
I 111 en tult the tvl-flim law by p-tv
vidti'K for n popnlur vote on titinil-
the. , p.r liillcil St Ues senator.
Muny Wo.'ld Sut-nut Plans.
Washtnt ton.. I). '. 1 h in vy
holding for ihi ii t.tt iwttlou.il I'titian
ef Amt ilt an K.-i-.l'- bt s l as ultiivcii-d
l'C aniiltttti who t (! ihtr 1 ri lic;.n
tf -it'll. it I 'ii.j -l4t.