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THE RICH HILL TRIBUNE
IirCKFDY A. IU.TKKHY, Publishers.
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Wlrclers telephony has mental tele
pathy lcaten a mll
As between a irentlcnian burglar ant
an ar'Jstic liar It Is hard to any uhlct
I the Ices desirable.
The man who said yawning wai
healthful was probably a p.-esr. asrent
for a grand opera company.
Calm weather to a tempest-tossed
mariner Is as fft as the roice and
purse of a friend In adversity.
The new old ealcs have no re
straining motto, Perhaps they des'cro
to lead the strenuous financial life.
Although nearly everything ! Is
tightening up. It Is noteworthy that a
Connecticut corset factory has closed
The open door Japan promised for
Manchuria seems to he one of those
revolving affairs affected In American
A Kansas undertaker has been ad
mitted to the practice of medicine.
roe the law permit that sort of a
Many New York families are dis
charging their servant Rlrls, hot Mrs.
J. Plerpont Morgan is not doing her
own cooking. .
The matrimonial market holds firm
In spite of the practical monopoly of
the diamond product of the world by
the De Ceers company.
"Love Is the Sum of It AH" Is the
title of a new novel. It is not ex
plained why the author left out the
other words in the dictionary.
The reort is confirmed that Saturn
has knots In Its rlnrs. Then It may be
assumed that the planet, like our
selves, has also kinks In its election
The bachelor who boasted his ob
duracy to the blandishments of the
women In Toledo has been enared at
last. Another case of pride that goetn
before a fall.
The men who want football clasped
as prlie fights have not been success
ful in results. There Is a great dif
fere nee between the sports. Prire
fights are not so fatal.
The ink of t!e books printed to-day.
the chemists say, will have faded In 2"
years. The flood of historical novels
of year or so ago wasn't so great a
plague as was feared.
In the matter of millions of our
money going to Europe through the
marriage of heiresRes, nobody over
there seems to be complaining of the
American financial Invasion.
An Indiana woman hut gone to jail
rather than pay a fine of one cent. If
ihe judge had made the fine two cents
It could have been marked down, thug
averting the trouble that has come.
Perhaps the Chicago professor who
says that there are no humorists In
this country Is right, but there will be
no need of any as long as the Chicago
professors keep on doing funny things.
The statement some time ago by a
big meat packer that all foodstuffs
were going down seems to have been
something of a Jok. It apparently re
ferred to their consumptiou and not to
Mr. Weston's experience with new
boots accords with that of his fellow
mortals generally. There's nothing
like the old ones to cheer us on our
way, and relieve us of the sorest of
The first man who ever played a
banjo on the American stago died only
a few days ago at Warren, Pa. It
tniii't bo irnumlH-red, however, that
tho minstrel joke was doing duty lung
before the Introduction of the banjo.
In a priicral way, hutifT may be
considered a symptom of health, and
lis hhsence an Indication of the Bp
I loin h, nt leitst, of disease. I'nd'T
normal conditions, the appetite Is
closely dependent upon tho rcjulre
incuts of the system. The sensation
of hunger Is an exceedingly com; I'-t
one, being dependent on Btid modified
by the. condition of Dearly every tis
sue and ori.':in of the body. It Is nut
ural for the child to bo alwa hun
gry, because it is growing, making
new tissue, and requiting a large sup
ply of tissue forming fiod, guys the
New York Weekly. With the very
BSed. quite the opposite condition x
lsts, as there is no actual rebuilding.
Suitable nourishment Is required bliu
ply to keep the machine going. Nor
mal hunger is frequently Interfered
wlih by mental dtstrets. the sight of
rnuttrat tive food, unhygienic sur
lounditigs, executively hot weather,
i.'vei fatigue and most forms of di:i
ase. Kven a headache will generally
render cn indifferent to the most
Holland is going to n-'inltn 40,0")
fertile seres from the at-a. The little
kingdom is plucky mid paradoxical to
go stmU'lit at oba'aele lu extendi:;
her bounds conslderta that phsnal
conditions make it liupoasiuiu for l.er
to be on the level.
Wi Infer from Mr. Cart!-Vs fe
ll arks it the dedication of t'.e la at
I'llneetnu that he regards rot..; a
the bet of aM college i-.tt l:i t: l
rei-tt he is In tfitire afford wta the
id oarsman, President C'tarlt-s W1J
ilaru Piot, of Harvard eo!-;?.
AID WIDOWS ASD ORPHANS.
full 250 Willows and 1,003 Chlldrtn
Ltft Destitute by Explosion
in Monongha Mints.
Fairmont, W. Ya. The pennuneut
relief committee, headed by Gov. Wil
liam O. Dawson; to provide for the
widows and orphans iu distress
through the-receut explosion al the
mines of the Fairmont tsl company
at Monoiigha. Sunday prepared an ap
peal for funds- that is being sent to
chambers of commerce and kindred
oraniiliatiocs all over the country. All
newspajters are urged to aid the work
by receiving contributions, acknowl
edging thera through, their columns
and sending them to the treasurer.
Contributions of clothing, toys for
the orphans at Christmas time, and
similar donations are to be sent to
W. II. Moore, mayor of Monongha, and
chairman of the committee looking
after the temporary wants of the
victims. The committee's appeal
' Fully 2.10 w idows and I .Out) chil
dren are left without any means of
"As near as can be determined $."i0,-
000 from all sources has been sub
scribed. Upon the basis of $300 for
each widow and Jjl&O f.ir each child
under 16 years of agj $175,000 will be
required. At least $2.1,0o will be nec
essary to provide, on relatively the
same basis for the aged dependent!
of the unmarried victims, the many
now unborn children and the undoubt
ed accessions to the married victims.
list when complete information hat
"The committee feels that a total
of $200,000 will be required to carry
out the relief work.
"All checks should be made pay
able to the Monongha mines relief
committee, J. E. Sands, treasurer,
Fairmont, W. Va."
Ths Pacific Cruise of th American
Battleship Fleet Awakens
Keen Interest Abroad.
London. There Is no change notice
able in the view taken by the morn
ing newspapers of the Pacific cmise,
which they declare canjjP be regard
ed as a menace to Japan, while they
Insist upon Its historic Importance aa
marking the rise of the Pacific ques
tion. The Daily Mail editorially describes
the cruise as a movement the full sig
nificance ot which will only be un
derstood by posterity.
THe Daily Telegraph admits that
nobody can foresee the date or the cir
cumstances of the fleet's return. It
says that some weak points naturally
will be disclosed, but that it will be a
great surprise if the American navy
! falls short of the highest standard of
"The policy that has dictated the
cruise," says the paper, "may be wise
or unwise, but it emphasizes to an ex-
i traordinary degree the president's
firm conviction of the permanence of
the good relations between the United
States and Europe; otherwise he
would never venture to send the whole
available naval strength of the rnited
States to the uttermost parts of the
Buying Railroad Ties In Hawaii.
Los Angeles, Cal. It la reported
that the- Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fo
Railroad company has Just contracted
for 5,000,000 railroad ties In Hawaii,
the biggest contract ever let for such
material to be shipped by water. The
purchase In the Islands is necessitated
by the growing scnrrlty of the ma
terial In this country.
Iowa Breacn of Promise Case.
Des Moines. Iowa. A Jury Sat
urday awarded judgment of $4,000
to Miss Mae MacKen.le who sued J.
H. Gray, a wealthy farmer who al
leged breach of promise. Gray filed
notice of appeal.
Strictly "Blue" In New York.
New York. Au enforcement of (he
Sunday closing law cud the elements
combined Sunday to provide a Sunday
as "blue" as the strictest Hahhatarian
might wish. The amusement pro
moters generally kept their places
closed. hiie an overcast sky, a damp
chill In the air and bad walking shut
lit thuusua I.
Bryce to Remain.
London. Ihe Associated Press
Is officially Informed that the rumor
to th effect that Janu-s ltrycc.
the Ilri'ish ambassador to the I'nlted
States, is to leave the Washington
embassy Is absolutely untrue.
To Attend King Oscar's Funeral.
Paris. The French government has
decided to send a special embassy to
attend the funeral of King Oscar of
Cuban Gjarantme Removed.
Havana. Gov. Mag.iou hue been In
formed by the authorities at Washing
ton that the jeliow fever quarantine
against Cuba has be. u removed.
Worst Cile in His Experience-
1-ohd ou The gaie along the llrltlsh
Coast ou FiUay and Saturday, which
was described by Cap'aHi Jameson, ot
the steamship St. Louis, a. the worst
In t.l, wv iu.ri..ofa .. i I... .1 .1 f.
" " -;. 'i.uith Inteit to k 1 His sentence
w & j repon)tiie for
.he Id-. of some
Tt-e VYcek'a Business Failures.
Nr 1 s'.k (;os.;.es fa'lurrs In
t'.e tt.:fl Ftatee f.,r the Week
!.1-i I.'u..j.., f jj njriiber 2S4
;'- 2T7 Us! wk aad 220 la tho
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f! c . .);( V7 Yf " Spy's
"1 it y r rrM . -yTi , ' ft
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"Alonq the cool, sequester'd vale of life
They kept the noiseless tenor of their way.'
HE WANTS NO THIRD TERM
President Roosevelt Forcibly Reas
serts Former Announcement.
He Says That Under No Circum
stances Will He Seek or Ac
cept Another Nomination.
Washington. Presideut Roosevelt
will not be a candidate for a third
term. All doubt on this point was
Wednesday night dispelled by the au
thoritative statement from the White
house that Mr. Roosevelt still adheres
to the declaration of renunciation
made on the night of the election
three years ago. In the statement
issued Wednesday night. President
Roosevelt says he has not changed
and shall not change the decision de
livered to the American people in
It appears that President R.ocevelt
had been awaiting the ca l for the
republican national convention to af
ford the proper opportunity for mak
ing his potfiion clear and unmistak
able, thus leaving the field clear for
Fairbanks, Taft, Cannon, Knox, For- j
alter ana otner aeciarea or receptive
candidates for the republican nomina
tion. The president's statement fol
lows: "On the night after election I made
the following announcement: 'I am
deeply sensible of the honor done me
by the American people In thus ex
pressing their confidence In what I
have done and have tried to do. I
appreciate to the full the solemn re
sponsibility this confidence imposes
upon me, and I shall do all that In
my power lies not to forfeit It. On
the 4th of March next I shall have
served three and a half years and
this three and a half years constitute
my first term. The wise custom
which limits the president to two
terms regards the substance and not
the form, and under no circumstances
will I be a candidate for or accept
"I have not changed and shall not
change the decision thus announced."
Experts Were Expensive.
New York An extra appropriation
of $i:.000 fur conducting the trial ot
H. K. Thaw was allowed Friday by
the board of estimates. Comptroller
Xlets said District Attorney Jerome
was going to confer with his exports
with a view of keeping down the ex
penses fur their testimony at tho sc
ond trial. "Already $:4.000 has been
spent for experts. It Is an outrage,
but It can't be helped." added the
comptroller. "The experts were paid
at the rate of $100 a day, approxi
mately $15 an hour. In some cases."
It was stated that the cost of the trial
so far had been upwards of $10u.0o0
Work of the Life Savers.
Washington General Superinten
dent g. I. Kimball, of the Life Saving
Service, says that during the past
fiscal year the number of disasters to
vessels within the field of operation
of the service was :1H. Of thesn IKi
vessels were lost. The total value of
property imperilled was $S.832..r,sr. and
the property lust $ 1 .3H9.t.oO. property
saved aggregated $7.32.!S."i. The life
saving station succored R07 persons.
There were Cll Vessels valued With
their cargoes at $".;. 1 .2 35 saved.
Prominent Tennessean Dead.
Nashville, Tuin --Col. A. S. Colyar,
aged 'JO years, distinguished Jurist,
statesman and author, died at his
borne here Friday. He was a member
of the confederate congress.
Gov. Haskell's First Pardon.
GiilhrK Ok. tiov. Haskell granted
his first pardon Wednesday when he
,. .1 i IV ('.rreiiKj.ll r,f lif.li,n
; .,ju.n(,rj ,or rn ,or B.u,;
would have expired lu March. '."$.
Strengthens Her Far East Fleet
Paris. I. I.lberUs Thursday says
France Is preparing to send out re In
forceliients to her fleet li) Hid far
Kast. This decision is attributed, thu
paper says, to tho growth of the ami-
foreign movement lu Clilna.
HARRY ORCHARD AS HE IS.
Idaho's Star Witness Shown to the
Jury in All the Hidiousness
of His True Colors.
noise, Ida. Clareuce Harrow, the
Chicago attorney who Is conducting j
the defense of George A. Pcttiboue,
had Harry Orchard, the state's chief
witness on the rack for two hours and !
a naif Friday endeavoring to dis- I
credit his testimony. The cross-ex- j
amination was rigid and effective iu i
that it pictured Orchard as an lnhu- !
man monster, a murderer, blghamist. j
perjuror, gambler, thief and Incen-
diary. Profiting by the failure of At- j
torney Richardson In the Haywood
trial to shake the testimony of Or-'
chard, Darrow made little attempt to 1
make the witness contradict himself. '
Twice only duriug the day did he '
try to confuse Orchard In regard to
bis testimony and each time he failed. '
Reading from the testimony of the
Haywood trial Darrow endeavored to .
make It appear that the witness had
changed his statements, but Orchard i
forced his questioner to read more of ,
his testimony given before, showing
that his testimony hid been the same
at both trials. Darrow laid particular
emphasis on the fact that Orchard
was a criminal before he lMcamo ac- i
qualnted with Mover, Haywood and
Petllbone. After his cross-examlna- ,
'Ton on each of Orchard s crimes be
fore his trip to Denver In mvembcr,
1103. Darrow asked:
"Did you know Moer, Haywood and
Kach time the witoess answered:
Democrats Go to Denver.
Washington. After deciding to bold
the next democratic national conven
tion at Denver. Col., and fixing the
date of the meeting for July 7, 1308.
the democratic national committee
late Thursday entered upon a spirited
deltate on the propriety of accepting
more of tho $100,000 offered by Den
ver for the convention thnn actually
needed to pay the convention expenses
In that city The opposition to the
acceptance of the contribution took
the form of a resolution by Represen
tative Clayton of Alabama, declining
money not actually needed for conven
tion purposes, but after a long debate
the resolution wax laid on tho table by
a vote of 31 to 14.
A "Closed" Sunday for Topeka.
Topeka. Knn. Mayor Win. Green
Tuesday notified Chief of Police Eaton
that nothing but tha necessities of
life should be sold lu Topeka hereafter
on Sundays beginning IieremlxT 13
The single exception mi.de is In favor
of tho Sunday licwspupci. sold ou the
streets. Grocery stores, news stands
and confectionery stores must closo.
No hotels may sell clears. Drug
stores will be allowed to remain open
but uolbing but medicines necessary
for sickness shall be dispensed. Bun
day theaters will not be nffe-led as
the city now has a test case before
the supreme court.
Failed to Pay Its Taxes.
New York. The city has discovered
that It has $ S 1 5 . 1 'J 5 coming from a
street car company, lu looking up
the facts In regard to the itrooklyn.
Queens City and Suburban Railroad
company, which has asked for per
mission to lay more tracks. It was
discovered that the company has not
paid the 5 per cent gross earnings
which It should h-ive paid In lsi'S- Ou
account of the statute of limitations
the tax can only be collected for tuo
past six years. The city will attempt
to make the collection.
Howe's Cook to Roosevelt.
Washington. 'Senator Ixing called
at the White house ThuisJay and
gave President Roosevelt "Dally
Notes of a Trip Around the World."
from the pen of B. W. Howe, editoi
of the Atchison Globe.
The President's Books In Demand.
Philadelphia. Pa At a sale of the
books of the lute Robert H. Ssyre. of
llethlehem, here Friday. President
Uoojeveit's works In four volumes.
th lunl'i Iioone edition, sold at $15
FUNSION AT U0LDFIELD.
The General I Investigating Condi
tions at the Mining Camp
Few Miner Leave Union.
Coldfleld. Nev The firnt day of tha
attempt to re-o,en the mines of Gold
field without the aid vf the Western
Federation of Miners has passed and
there hHS twen not a single Instance)
of attempted violence or disorder In
the camp. 1'narmed pickets of the
lioldfield Miners' union have ap
proached as close to the scene of the
operations as the armed guards of the
Mine Owners' association would per
mit and have succeeded In inducing
some of those who had signed the
agreement to return to work to violate
that agreement and leave the mines.
General Frederick Fuuston arrived at
noon and his coming seems to- have
helped the situation greatly and to
have strengthened the constantly
growing impression that the fearful
incidents of strikes in other mining
camps are not to be repeated here.
They Are Now Senators.
Guthrie. Ok. The election of the
first. two I'nlted States senators from
the new state of Oklahoma was con
summated late Wednesday afternoou
by the two houses In Joint session In
the hall of representatives when
Speaker W. H. Murray, announcing
the vote of Tuesday, declared Robert
1. Owen, of Muskogee, and Thomas
P. Gore, of Lawtoti, duly chosen. The
rote on the Joint ballot was: Owen
and Gore. SS: C. C. Jones and Clar
ence II. Douglas, the minority nomi
Against the Waters-Pierce Company.
Austin, Tev. The court of civil ai
peals for the Third district Thursday
affirmed the opinion of the trial court
in the ouster suit instituted by At
torney General Davidson against the
Waters Pierce Oil company. Every
contention made by the state is up
held, including the verdict of the
Jury for the cancellation of the
permit of the ilefendanl company
and to recover penalties amounting to
Could Have Taken Port Arthur Earlier.
St. Petersburg. Geueral Kuropat
kln testified Thursday at Ihe court
martial of Geu. Stoessel and other
army officers charged with needless
ly surrendering Port Arthur to the
Ja(anese, that the Japanese could
have taken Port Arthur by assault la
the earlier days of the war as the.
defenses were tl.ti so Incomplete. On
the whole. Gen. Kuropatkln's evidence
was favorable to Gen. Stoessel.
A Central American Court.
Washington The first formal out
come of the Central American peace
conference was male public Thursday
In the form of an abstract of the
general treaty agreed uon Wednes
day night by the delegates, providing
for the establishment of a permanent
court to settle all disputes that may !
arise between the countries of Cen
tral America in the future.
Nebrsssane the Best Talkers
Lincoln. Neb. In the Nebraska
Iowa university oratorical content Fri
day night the decision of three
Judges: Prof. Isador Ieb. Missouri;
Judge James H. Q.ilnn, Minnesota,
and Ilenjamln O. Taylor. Minnesota,
was unanimously for Nebraska. The
Nebraska debaters were . Messrs.
Swensoti, Frecrlchs and Elliott, and of
Iowa, Messrs. Ilrant. Ilyers and Mayer.
Sewing Machine Agents Strike.
New Y'ork. The Singer sewing ma
chine agents union ha ordered a gen
eral strike of Its 800 members. A
higher commission, a closed shop and
the reinstatement of several dis
charged agents are demanded. It Is
said the strike will Include agents In
Philadelphia. Iloston and Chicago, as
well as In New York.
Kansas Republican Committee Meets,
Topeka, Kan. A meeting of the re
publican state central committee has
been called for 1 Seemlier ?x H
chairman. J. T. Moore, gave out word
to this effi-ct In Topeka Friday. The
purpose of the committee meilni
will be to select the place und th
date for the republican state conven
tion. Ksnsas City Bank Reopens.
Kansas City. The Stock Yards
Rank of Commerce, which closed when
the National I link of Commerce
closed Its diMirs, reopened Tuesday
morning. It bus $S0.O00 lu rush and
sight exchange, against $l'.'0.itoO de
posits and Is prepared to resume busi
ness In a normal way.
Verdict for $30,000 Damages.
MliineaiHills, Minn. The supreme
court FridJy declared that the Wis
consin Central must pay Karl White
head IHO.oml, the largest Judgment for
a personal injury damuge suit ever
sustained 111 Minnesota.
An Expensive Teapot.
Loudon. A small llrlstol China tea
Hjt, presented to Edmund Murk by
the founder of thu llrlstol factory, was
auctioned here Friday and brought
the remarkable price of $U,100.
Date for 0. A. R. Encampment.
Toledo, t) At a meeting of the na
tional executive committee of the
Grand Army of Republic hero Tues
day the date of the mitloual encamp
ment of the G. A. R to he held here
next year, was set t-r Aupust 21 mt
lll September 7. 1
To Advise Japanese Ambassador,
Toklo, Japan. W. D. Stevens, the
American diplomat who has beeu iie
pointed advisor of the Japanesii am
bassudor nt Washington has arrived
here in rout to America,
ClofinP tlu vy.strm Effect
ual! v. Dispels (liU urtd i lent!-
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At U naTurallv.aci.s iruty a
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JJcst jorMenVomMt ond Clvild-
1T jM its 'JWoficIal Ejects
Always l)nv tlto Genuine illicit
linsllte full name oj the Com-
Tig Srnup Co.
ty it iv moiuij'.iffjrcJ.pcintcd on the
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SOLD BY til LEADING DRUGGISTS.
one Jiie Old, regular price 50-' Lutile.
A Prooklyn woman recently took
her Irish dometlc to task touching
the dusty condition of the chairs in
her reception room.
For a moment the Celt waA taken
attack, hut she quickly recovered.
Running her thumb along tho tivzi of
one of the chairs she n .'jrded II
'ifciu't It beat all. mu':i." queried
rhe, "the difference It mal -- o hrva
nobody sit In 'em Jist tin,- wan day.
mum? If It weren't for the vl it. us.
mum." she continued. "I'd have to bo
at thlm chairs all the udme id me
cloth!" Harpt r's Weekly.
Sheer w litte goods, in fact, any fine
wash giHids when new, owe m'Kh of
their attractiveness to the war they
are laundered, this b Ing done in a
manner to enhance their textile beau
ty. Home laundering would be equal
ly satisfactory if proper attention was
given to starching, the first essential
b iug good H'.arch. which has sufficient
strength to stiffen, without thickening
the goods. Try Ifc-fianc Starch and
yon will be pleasantly surprised at tho
Improved apicarance of your work.
Too Much Delay.
Miss Gibsou Girl How long beforw
you ran let me have this gown?
Dressmaker Two weeks. mls
Miss Gibson Girl Heavens! In the
meantime Le may propose to some one
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