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NINETEEN DIEIN DIE DIEIN DIEir
ir IN RAILHORROR RAILHORRORfastest RAIL HORROR HORRORastcst
fastest astcst Train in World Hits Open OpenSwitch OpenSwitch OpenSwitch
Switch and is demolished demolishedDISASTER DmoUshedDISASTER UnlohshedDISASTER
DISASTER WAS FRIGHTFUL FIUGHTFULU FRIGHTFULat
U 4toing ng at Rite of Nearly S venly7vc SevtDly Seventyvelilts venly7vcRiles ve veMilu
Riles an HoarFire Roar Flre in Wreckage WreckageAdded WrcckagiAdded WreckageAdded
Added to HorJr HotrarWhile Hoi HorJrlJc r jr jrWhllo
While lJc traveling at tho rato of over overseventy overt80yenty overtaeventy
seventy miles an hour the famous famousTwentieth tamoulTwentieth famousTwentieth
Twentieth Century Limited the fast fastest f3lStcst fastcat ¬
est long distance train in the world worldran worlUran workoran
ran through an open switch at the thelittle th thHttJo thelittlo
little town of Mentor Ohio east of ofCleveland ofClovoland ofCleveland
Cleveland at 920 oclock Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wcdnesdl1YnIght Wednesdaynight
night causing one of the most hoi hoirlble hOIrlblD hotribin
rlble wrecks in the history of the theLake theLake theLake
Lake Shore read rQacThe readThe rpaclThe
The engine was W S hurled Into the theditch theditch theditch
ditch A Part of the train was crushed crushedon
on top of it and the wreck was partly partlyburned partlburned partlyburned
burned The horrors of the wreck wreckwere wre wreckwere k kwere
were doubled in the horrors of the thefire thel1re theare
fire fireThe
The tralu was crowded cro dod practlaally practlaallyall pr ctl aU aUall
all accommodations a being taken when whenit
it left Cleveland It was behind time fmeand tmeand timeand
and tho greatest of speed was being beingmade beingmade beingmade
made to make up the lost tme timeThe tmeThe tmeThe
The official list or tho dead and in injured Injured injured
jured as compiled by the ofllclalo of ofthe oftho ofthe
the Lako Shore company com pan is as fad fcllows follows fadtows
lows lowsJOHN lowsJOH towsJOHN
JOHN R BENNETT BEN ETT attorney 31 31Nassau 3 3Nassau 31Nassau
Nassau street New ow York city cityJOHN cityJOHN cityJOHN
JOHN A BRADLEY Waron Ohio OhioT
T R MORGAN second vice vi co presldent presl president presldent ¬
dent of the Wellman WellraanScaversMorgan WellraanScaversMorgancompany Seavers Moroan Moroancompany
company Cleveland ClevelandC
C H WELLCAN = l of the Wollman WellmanSeavers WollmanBeaversMorgan Wollman8eavers
BeaversMorgan 8eavers Morgan company Cleveland ClevelandA
A L ROGERS of Now York city citydied citydled citydied
died in hospital hospitalS
S C BECKWITH 115 One Hun Hundred Hundred Hundred ¬
dred and Seventyfourth street New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York YorkA
J A H HEAD London England rep representative representntlvo representatlve ¬
resentative of tho Otis Steoloe com company comIan comparry ¬
Ian of Cleveland died In hospital hospitalH
H H WRIGHT v UGHT traveling man manChicago manChicago manChicago
Chicago died < in houpltal houpltalD
D ARTHCR traveling man Milwau Milwaukee Mllwaulteo U1wau1oe ¬
kee died In hospital hospitalJ hC plta1 plta1J
J H GIBSON Chicago traveling travelingman
man died 11 ell In hospital Cleveland ClevelandII
II C M MBCHLING 2HIAG HIlI = G New ow York YorkL Yur1I
L I M or EIRIOK manager Keiths Keithstheater Ielthstheater Keithstheater
theater Cleveland killed In wreck wreckTWO wreckTWO wreckTWO
TWO UNIDENTIFIED supposed to tobo tobo tobe
bo J A Johnson of the mllllnory mllllnoryfirm mI1Jlnrllrm
firm of Comey d Johnson Cleveland Clevelandand
and Henry Trlnz the harbor ber on the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train trainALLAN trainALLAN trainALLAN
ALLAN TYLER engineer Collln Colllnwood Col1lnwood Collinwood
wood Ohio died In hospital hospitalF
F J BRANT head brakeman EricPa Eric EricPa EricPa
Pa died in hospital hospitalN
N B WALTERS baggagoman baggagemanHamburg baggagomanHamburg baggagomanHamburg
Hamburg N Y died In hospital hospitalW
W D MICKEY porter on Pullman Pullmancar
car died at scene of wreck wreckTho wrec1The wreckThe
The wrecked train wa making makingnearly maltingnearly makingnearly
nearly 75 i miles an hour when the theaccident theaccident theaccident
accident occurred according to Fire Fireman Fireman Fireman ¬
man Aaron Gorham of Norwalk who whobadly whobadly whobadly
badly bruised but otherwise uninjur uninjured ¬
ed miraculously escaped death deathWo r deathWe ath athWo
Wo wore speeding Bpe dlng like tho wind windsaid windsaid windsaid
said Gorham whon the engine loft loftthe loftthe loftthe
the track It occurred so quickly quicklythat Qulkythat quicklythat
that I little know what happened happeneduntil haplJ ned neduntl1
until we crashed into the th Mentor Mentorfreight Mentorfreight fentorfreight
freight honce I neither heard nor norsaw norsaw norsaw
saw the engineer after that The Theengine Theengine Theengine
engine overturned and somehow the thotank thetank thetank
tank managed to fall upon me but butnot blltnot butnot
not heavily and I was sheltered by byIt h hIt byIt
It
D C Moon assistant general superintondent super superintendent supprIntencffnt ¬
intendent of the Lake Shore after afterInvestigating ntCrIDeRtigatln afterInvestigating
Investigating the cause of the wreck wreckxnado wreekmade wreckmade
made this statement Thursday ThursdayI ThursdaI
I have made a careful and thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
ough examination The switch was wasopen waspen wasopen
open pen I am satisfied that somebody somebodyhaving somborlyhnn somebodyhaving
having a key opened the switch with withmalicious withmallclolls
4 malicious intent The train did not notJump notjump notjump
Jump the track trackThe trarkho trackrho
The ho scenes following r the wreck wreckwere wrNkwer wreckwere
were appalhiR Tho night was WI dark darksave lar1flaO larksave
save for the light from tho blazing blazlnswrerk h1f17lntwrorlt blazingwreck
wreck of the coach that was crushed crushedand crll4necfnnd
and splintered on top of the engine engineFATHER on ongneFATHER J1e J1er
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FATHER r AND A O D4UGHUR MURDERED MURDEREDOiscovcry MURDEREDiscoerv MURDEREDOiscosery
Oiscovcry of Hcinou Crime Committed CommittetlNearlinroi CommittedNear
Near Nearlinroi Miirm Eloridn EloridnCharles foridnCharh FloridnCharles
Charles 4 E Davis and his daughter daughterElsie r1nu laughterElsie htor htorElslC
Elsie were found early Monday Ionrln load doadIn
In their home near Miami Fin The TheY4 They Theyhad
V had 11 r1 boon murdered murderedNo
No o clew has been eon found to point pointto
to any ono as the perpetrator of the thedeed th tht thetr
t tr deed Tho community is intensely intenselyexcited IntolUJelyexcltol1 intenselyexcited
excited excitedTho excltol1Tho excitedThe
Tho citizens of o Miami hare offered offeredn
n reward of 730 7 O the Merchants As Association lfIoclatlon Aseoclation ¬
sociation 250 O and tho Elks 200 for forthe for1ho forthe
the apprehension of tho murderer of ofAir ofT ofr
T Mr and Miss Davis Da Is
ADDS TO SPLENDOR SPLENDORMEN
MEN OF BUSINESS BUSINESS RECOGNIZi RECOGNIZiADVANTAGES RECOONADVANTACES RECOMNhsADVANTAGES =
ADVANTAGES OF ACETYLENE ACETYLENEITatnon ACETYt N NJramone
ITatnon Bnmmir ITotnJ thn th Ortml Union Unionof Unln Unlnor
of 8to Snnttotrn H Ife InitaUol Tile feat lUttof utur featof
of Alt ArtJfloUl MffUt ltrthta1leaua Meniii In Iucreased Iner 111Comfort
er creased td Comfort and Health HealthSaratoga J1eaUhGnratoga healthGnratoga
Gnratoga Juno iT1o 7 The very nnm nnmSaratoga nnmS1rntoga nandSarntogn
Saratoga brings to every cr tulml tulmlhealthgiving mlllllhtnJthgiTJng mindbenlth
benlth healthgiving giving springs sprln s unsurpassed nnsllrpn sNl lin lintels hotels betels ¬
tels ana beautiful b utiCul drives It ban been beenfor lJ beenfor n ntor
for many years cnrs the th Mfcea 1Cll for nil whoadmire who whoadmire whosdmlrc
admire nature enjoy Rood Uriujr Uiu ami amiare n nudare 1111 1111ore
are searching for licalUi or arc simply simplytaking slmpiytaking hUllrtaking
taking n vacation vacationThe vacationThe MntloDTh
The Th Grand Union lie fhe largest rg lIt sum summer 8ummer summer ¬
mer hotel in tb ± United States St tP sot sotiraong setamong it itmong
among green trees with Us Ions Ion xvlus xvlusenclosing wln wlnfncloslng whngsenelosing
enclosing a court with 1t1l fountains to null nitilflower nullflowers 1111 1111nOTer
flower grass and trees tr II music < anil anillight I1nlltight anilllgbtls
light llgbtls is throughout the t1 season thronged throngedwith thron throngedwith 11 11V1tll
with guests gU St8 Witli the progressive progressivespirit progleslvospirit progressivespirit
spirit always ftl1oiJ uorn by h its manage management mnnn mnnnmeut ntnuaretnent
ment the th Grand Union bM ha asaln n ain add addfd lIc1 lIc1fc1 nrldcd
fd to Its attractiveness by b introtlncfug introduc introducing Introlll1cIUI ¬
fug aeetyleiio gag ns to make still more morebrilliant 11010brllllmt morebrl111mt
brilliant tho evening tours The genial senlalproprietors genialproprietors tnl11 tnl11proprl
proprietors proprl < > tors blbve 1J bill 11J ve In furuhhlnq their 1holrguosU thtlrSlIstf theirguests
guests > with th tbr boat 1J st of everything everythinganil cNryUllnnl1l1
and now no after InvostlRiitins h1 3thulill ami 11 hid tlmling I1nllIng hidIng
ing that Artificial Sunlight can be bail bailthey Iml1thlY badthey
they have bn 0 installed Instn 111l a complete compl tl to acety acetylene ncet ncetlane ncetylone ¬
lane gas plnnt to produce II and nn have haveconnected hnveconnected aIlYC aIlYCconnlCt
connected < upwards of six tbousiuil tbousiuilAcstylsne thotllltrllAc thousnnIAcetylene
Acetylene Ac tyl l1Q burials lHllC LS Iu and about the tbeplant thoplnnt theplant
plantLike plant plantLike plnntLIlc
Like many dlsovrrlos disc rrls of recent recentrears rccntyears rcc > nt ntrCnlS
years which are coming into popular popularfavor pOludalfnor popularfavor
favor acetylene nCtt Inl one of the mo most t re recent flccnt recent ¬
cent is very CIY Dimply produced It in inadapted I Iadnplcc1 isadnpted
adapted for use wherever hll IL avtlllclal avtlllclallight n nrtillctnllight tI11cl1UJht
light Is needed and the necessary nrccs tr aplsnrnttls ap apparatus npJnrntll ¬
paratus eau < n bo understood lIc clslooll and oper operated 01 opcrated > cr cratlll ¬
ated by h nuy one oneTbo ontoThe oneThe
The generator s nplnlor in vhJcli r li cln Acetylene Acetyleneis AtlfnfIs
is produced by the automatic 111 tOI111 I h contact contactof ontnctot
of carbide and water might ml ht bo termnl termnla t < >
a 1 gas plant 1 > 1lIt as It performs prolm all of tho thofunctions thofUlldlons thefunctions
functions of n city gas plant pin nt Fine Tiieacetylene Tit Fineacetylene I IIcetJIN1o
acetylene generator ll1ern tOl can nn b purchased purchasedfor
for a few te dollars inns nUll In any sire fnju fnjuone rl rlont frone > >
one adopted n nptNl to furnish acetylene n ctylrl > to toton toten toten
ten or a dozen burners for 01 a cottage cottageup cotta C Cup
up to the large In 1te but still simple slll1l > le nm nmeblne mohint mnchine
hint such ns is now JIO furnishing Acet Acetylene Aectylene ft ftlcnQ ¬
ylene lcnQ for six thousand tllousn n burners in the 1110Grnr theGrand theGrand
Grand Union UnionOutside UnionOutRhlc TJnionOutside
Outside of large cities 11Jc the use of ofAcetylene otActrlCl1C ofAcetylene
Acetylene is quite > common The ho own owner 011er ownor ¬
er of the country lioin now domards domardsrunning d d2lnnndsrunning mtJIII mtJIIIlunnlng
running water gns and other convent conveniences cOI conventdices nl nlClICCS ¬
dices which a few 11 W years ago n o were con considered consddercd 01 01HIcIC1tl1 ¬
sidered as luxuries and acetylene ncet 1I1Q gas unshas jIlShns gashas
has met his requirements rtql1llu lht and Rives Riveshim giveshim lIR
him 11 him 1m a 1 bettor and cheaper 1 > 11 light t than tlllt 1 is isordinarily Ison1lnullly isordinarily
ordinarily furnished in cities citiesIt itl itlIt 11105It
It Is I well known that t rooms lighted lightedwith t htlll htlllwith htcdcltIi
with Acetyloiu are n1 more 11101 comfortablelecnlse comfortable comfortablebecnisi 1011I 0111 hiI hiIhlOl
becnisi SI > cooler l o111 and n IIrl mote > healthful be because IJ IJcltuse because ¬
cause the 111 air air Is not vitiatedThe vitiated vitiatedThe ltlatN1I
The Minnesota Experiment E l > p > rm nt Station Stationhas Stationhns Stationhas
I has discovered that the tow suffer sufferfrom SUtfONI sutteesfrom
I from tho characteristic disease of oftwentieth attwentieth oftwentieth
twentieth century civilization nervous nervousoverstrain nerolloverstrn1n nervousoverstrain
overstrain She has temperament temperamentShe teml > crament cramentShe
She is overcivilized The high highstrung highstrung highstrung
strung cow has no place in the dairy dntryscheme dnlryscheme dairyscheme
scheme she ahoutd hot id be eliminated eliminatedwrites eliminatedwrites eliminatedwrites
writes Professor Haecker Tho St StPaul StPaul StPaul
Paul Globe says Wo think some somobody somebody sarnobod ¬
body bod will strike a blow for this exotic exotictypo exotictypo exotictypo
typo of cow We havo sufficient con confidence confidence confldenco ¬
fidence in the world to believe that thatit
it Is a respecter of evon bovine aspira aspirations aspirations aspirations ¬
tions that a vulgar consideration for forcroam forcroam forcream
croam and steaks will 111 not militate militateagainst mllltatoagnlnst nilitatoagainst
against the development dtH 10pment of the aesthe aesthetic ¬
tic nature of tho cud chewer that she shewill shewill
will 111 not become the victim of heart heartless hcartless heurtless ¬
less unrelenting science scienceOMmt clcnceJh clenceIi
Ii Jh OMmt 1nran > iiri lIro f in inMrn JfnrfIR flrglaMrs <
Mrs 1114 H K Kmimuly one of the thnlldfst oldest and andlitHt andbest
best 1 > 1lt knoirn kno ra imrnirt In JnorKlu ntiittiH that thatin tlmtin thatin
in nli hut e xperienuu with bu buwul + r t troubles troublesnml trolltlesnOli trouhleaand
and children teething Dr DI Biggers 11o K1 rJ Hitcklo Hitckloberry Hucklofrry 1lttckloberry
berry frry Cordial II In I tho beat b t romody romodySold romc romcSold remodySold
Sold by all al Druggists V5 5 and IIJ ro 60J bottle bottleChnrity bottleCharity bottleCharity
Charity tenors a multitude tnuhlin + de of sine but butit hutit
it doom t rvmove mo th them themAGONY themAGONY nu nuAGONY
AGONY OF SORE HANDS HANDSCracked HANDSCracktHI HANDSCracked
Cracked and nil IVflpit 1letlVatr W t r am amCnuied and nIl heat UeatCauud heatCaused
Caused Intense lInCoult1 1aln CouM UoKo UoKoHomework DoioUOlulyork lJoaohouseworkVery
Homework houseworkVery Very Vfr Grateful Gratefulto
to Catloura CatlouraMy Callcuraf CatlcuraMy
My f band cracked d and peeled nnd were wereAO
AO rove it was impossible imllo + libc for me to do my myhousework myhoullcoIrk myliouMowork
housework If I put ut them in water I was wasin wasin wasin
in agony 1 10 D for hour and nd if j I tried to cook cooktlic cookthe cookthe
the heat caused intense pain I consulted consultedtwo 1 > nlultclltwo
two II doctor Oltorll but their prescriptions were wereutterly wereuttlrl wereutterly
utterly uttlrl u usce8l useless cle Now o after IWIIIK one cake cakeof
of Luttcurn Soap 0J1 nnd one box of Luticura LuticuraOintment lut CuticuraOintment cura curaOmtment
Ointment my hoods arc entirely well wellntn cll istn I II
ntn very Ocr grateful Signed I Mr frl MinuteDrew Minnie MinnieDrew 11011I0Vrc
I Drew Vrc 18 Dana Van St Iloxbury Maw MawIn MauI MauIn
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In some parts of Jnflla In ln sheep are arouccd arautcd areused
used as beasts of burden burdenSECRETARY IJllrdenSECRU4RY burdenSECRETARY
SECRETARY HAY 10 TAKE ACTION ACTIONBoycott ACTlODoycoU ACTIONUoycott
Boycott of American n Goods by Chinese ChineseDiftctmrd ChineseiCU Chinesefliseusud
Diftctmrd iCU ld by tho Cabinet CabinetChinese tobintChlneso CabinetChinese
Chinese emigration to this coun country counlr nountry ¬
try lr and the execution of the Chinese Chineseexclusion ChinesearJlJ Chineseexclusion
exclusion arJlJ lon law constituted the princi principal prlnelpnl principal ¬
pal topic of discussion at Fridays Fridaysmeeting FridaysmeJHln Fridaysmeeting
meeting of the cabinet cabinetWhile cabinetWhllo cabinetWhile
While no definite decision wan wanreached warreached till tillroachcll
reached it was the the expressed opinion opinionthat opinionthat opinionthat
that amicable diplomatic and trade re relations r rIntlons relations ¬
lations which this country has always alwaysmaintained alwaysmaintained alwaysmaintained
maintained with China should be con Cotttlnued contlnued COlttlnuod
tlnued if possible pos lb1e To this end Sec Secretary SceroYry Secrotary ¬
rotary Ha Hay will takeaction tako actlon on behalf behalfof
of this country
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Grades in Paper and Card Stock and the Best Inks with Men who whoKnow wJ whoKnow o oKnow
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At the biennial convention or lti tIftOrltlr tlnOrder ltiOrder
Order of Hallway nnll I Conductors reeertly rtccnllyheld reeertlyheld rl Llitl1 Llitl1hrlll
held at Portland Oregon Or OIl resolution resolutionwore r solutdumwere 50lutlunlwcrl
wore unanimously adopted I n nlllrcl voicing vulehtgtheir voicingtheir oleln olelntheir
their sentiment soul lntents ati to t th e > effect uC pro propo IltoJlo Proposed
po posed tfd d railway rate islnrion l 1iilaNII in u ilo tl tlI ile1300000Iuilroad
I 1300000Iuilroad 1300000 railroad ompJojo nl > II I wbon hOlll they tlioyin
in part represented 1pl < Inttll Tin 1hrr hl i reanintion4Indorse riMolntioiH riMolntioiHindorse Il rllttioll rllttiolllnllol
indorse lnllol l the attitude 11 It Itlull of n Vre Ireddtt IreddttIonsevelt > iil ut utItooiievelt
Itooiievelt In coiiilpuuilr5 CClJlll 111 II It secret rebates robniesami roh1Ilmilt rebatesanti =
milt other 1IInlltllI HN alltlcs aiul 11 connnuuil the tbeattitude thenttltt1tJ ibenttitttde
attitude of the he IH1I11 l of o > r Aiuerloau rail railways railWO railvnys ¬
ways WO I who tvlth unanimity uutut4ulyhave unanimityhave r r1Iat
have joined n with Itlt to Ir > siiiont li Nlt on tills tillsquestion thJcI thisquestion
question cI U ltlolI Tby 1 It ibcu I i repent Ieetfolly Ieetfollypolut fiilly fiillyjiolnt tloll tlollJlolut
jiolnt out to Congress n rN tn t t luuilv luuilvity Iuntlvhthll Iuntlvhthllits hll hll1ty
its of legislation Jatlml vesting IItl In tl tlof the > hlllll hlllllor ha itls itlsof
of a 1 rouiniHslou ol1lml sl1 lsntt powir t over ml rullvnv rullvnvrates 111 Ill iltrnvrates hn hnratls
rates now IIO lower by IJ > faH 1t in tlC United UnitedStates llIlhl8tntR Unitedantes
States then in any nlJ other htr ioujitry be becnue beeonse
cnue 11 such regulation would lltlil rnlt r Milt In Inlltlcation IIIIIthntlol1 inIltlctltlolt
lltlcation and 1J11 confusion Curl 1111 inevitably inevitablytend IUtltnlJltelllJ inevltnbltend
tend to an enforced reduction reerlur tian in rates ratesIrrespective rntCII ratesIrrCQpcctI
Irrespective 1 of the th OU 111111010 < < > MOH of the abil ability noilII nl ll llity ¬
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ity II of the th railromls to nnl till reduc reduction rtfll1ctloll redncthou ¬
thou especially IHclnll In view lm cf 1 flue itcreu lnereietl lnereietlcost + ed edcost
cost or their supplies uPl > jlC ninl J 111 niHterlnls niHterlnlsThey 111 utaterlalsThey
They lIt fnrtbcr protestei niilust 1I lust t wneh wnehjiower tiehtiO IhJIOWN
jiower iO Pr holag b IIpll > lig slven lvetm 10 tb Present Miter Miterstate Infei1Htato I11ttIfitll
state fitll t Commission Co 111111 I I I 1011 IIPIMUMP till pro proposfil 1 proposd > 10 10110III
posfil lecjlsliitlou I Ie t sintion 11I1 1t111 Is amt n harmony harmonywith hIIII1I1I1wilit harmonyttllli
with our lilen of AierItfin Juris Jurispnnleiiee jarlI juri4prutlenee
I pnnleiiee iunsiuueb ns it t rontvinplates rontvinplatesthat
thnt a sliiulc body oll Hhni liiivo the fijlit fijlitto II ht htto
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to Investigate atp Indict l try condemn and andthen auQthen tllt1I
I then enforce its declaims decisl ns 11 nt t th > cost costof CMtor costof
of the 1 ht > carriers < pending J > pntJill appeal 11 Il > er I which whichis
is manifestly maul fetly lst J Inequitable Inequitablei hI hIIllI
i Tbe comhirtors has tl tlelr + eir deiuauil deiuauilfor
for ot only on such legislation If any a awould liS liSI
j I would secure and Insure IlIsI justice 1ut IU tlee lt and untlequity andequlty 111I
I equity and preserve equal rights to nil allparties nilpll nilparties
parties pll rl IIs concerned on the ground that thatthe thatj t tI
I the low lt S cost cn t of transportation Is the ihoresult theresult lwI
I result of the Plllelemy ettltei1 of Ai American Americanrailway AII1l1 terirnu terirnurttllnny nlt nltI
I railway 11111 n management IIn 111 Jtl1Ilnt and operation olerttlnnvVhlclt operationwhich olprn tol tolwhich
which have built up 11 till country countrythrough countrythroeh 1Itly 1Itlythrough
through cun constant tant ii Improvement and 11ullln 11ulllnlIOIH11lIt developlueut de development ¬
velopment of territory while hl1l at the thefiinne thoSIIII1l IItoRuins
Ruins tlme recognition rca + gnltiou has lu > < n given givento hPIl hPIlto Veit Veitto
to the value ulul of Intelllgcmp 11IttJlI Inlf among 1111I011 em employes entplnyrs m mplo ¬
ployes plo s In contrast con t r to foreign methods methodswhere III1lItOIIwhll nulhodsvVhere
where high freight rates and > lowest lowestwages lowCstwnglS lowesttitnges
wages to employes mplo tS obtain obtainIn
I In pressing pre > shtg their Halm ngnlnst lezls lezlslation legislation
lation adverse n r > Ii to their Interests I II t ttcypoint tlioy tlioypoint tIIYvoillt
point out the fact tlmt the freight freightrates fll freightrates ltt lttmtes
rates of this country average nVrIt I only olll two twoper twop twoper
per p r cent of the cost of articles to the theconsumer theconstlmrr timeconsumer
consumer thus making the > freight rato ratoeo rntoso
eo iiiHlgnlflciuit Inslgnl cluJt a factor in the selling sellingprice Rcillngprice sellingprice
price that numerous standard articles nrtlejosore 9 9ore
ore sold at the same price In all parts partsof l1urtst partsof
of t tile country countryMALSBY cotlntrrMALSBY countryMALSBY
MALSBY MALSBY Co COI
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1ortnblo and Stationary StationaryEngines StAllunuyEngines EltasIvnat y yEngines
Engines Boilers BoilersSaw BoilersI BoilersSaw
I Saw Mills MillsAND
AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY MACHINERYCompMt
CompMt COfllZt line f11 Carried in n ttink for forIMMKJtlATX lorlJIUEIJlA forMMElul
IMMKJtlATX MMElul TJ DKUVKHY DKUVKHYDiMt DEIl VlU1 VlU11J IX a Y Yhart
hart 1J t Machinery Joret 111 Irlcr ea and IUltllJfIIt Unit Trrmi TrrmiWtlte TrmW 7ermeWilte
Wtlte W he u ue for catalogue c tolo ue prices pricesetc
etc before buying
Checks ChecksThat ChecksThat ChecksThat
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MORE TROUBLE IN POLAND POLANDStrikers POLANDStrikers POLANDSttI
Strikers SttI ers are Killed by Wholesale in inLodz InLodz InLodz
Lodz by Cossack TroopsRartial Troops TroopsRartialLaw Martlal MartlalLaw
Law La w in Order OrderA
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A dispatch U p3tch from Ix JAdz > dx Russian Po PoInjid PoInJ1d Polnnd
Injid under date da e of Juno 23 is as fol follows tolelmvs follows ¬
lows Since curly this morning this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city has been in a state of panic panicThe panicrho panicI panicThe
The strike is general and all tho fac factories tacot tacotorles factories ¬
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tories and shops are closed Barn Barricades Barrlcados Barncados ¬
cados have ha 0 been erected at many manypoints manypoints manypoints
points Rifle volleys and revolver revolvershots rovolver1ihots revolverI revolvershots
shots are heard continually Many Manypersona ManyI Manypersona
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I persona have been killed or wounded woundedtut
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I tut to ut it Is impossible at present to as asI ascertain
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I certain the number with any oxactl oxactltudo oxacUI oxaetltudo
I tudo owing to the general character characterof
of the disturbances Tho mob sacked sackeda
a uu utI > ber ot liquor stores and broke brokettroot brokoureat broketaroot
ttroot lamps Street railroad traffic trafficV3 trnmcIntcrruptpd
V3 rs interrupted interruptedA
A later In er dispatch says Troops have havettormod havoztormed havestormed
stormed the barricades erected In tho thol thotreot8 theprincipal
l principal streets by tho strikers Fifty Fiftypersons Fiftypersons Fiftypersons
persons havo boon killed and two hun hundred hunI hundred ¬
dred drl wounded Martial law will bo bodeclared bocclarct1 bedeclared
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declared declaredj declaredAccording i ii
j According to advices received in St StPetersburg StPetersburg StPetersburg
Petersburg tho situation in Poland is isagain It Itagain isagain
again exceedingly exc cdll1g1y serious Censored Censoredj
j I j dispatches USI > ltchos from Lodz though giving givingfew ghlngtow givingfew
few details indicate that fierce street streetfighting strootnht1ng streetfighting
fighting was in progress Thursday bo botwcen hotweon bettvicell
twcen the military and tho striking strikingworkmen strikingworlunen
I workmen who barlcadod tho t11 t thorougnfares thor thori thoroughfarl
i welfares in various quarters of tho thocity thoclt timecity
city clt and offered resistance which the thetroojia thetr1ulIs thetroops
troops met with volleys The list of ofdead orrlel1 ofloath
dead and wounded presumably prollllnt bly is isheavy Ishea isheavy
heavy hea > but not even an estimate has hasyst haRt hasyvt
yst t been received Russian corniondeuta corre correspondents correl1UlldcutB ¬
spondents telegraphing that tbo tbostreets thestreets
1 streets aro entirely in tho hands ot ottho ottltH ofthe
the military nnd the mob and that thatIt
it is unsafe to venture out to obtain obtaindetails obtaindQtalis obtaindetails
detailsiodz details detailsI
I Lodz has been in a turmoil for soy several so soeral soyera ¬
eral era days Tho strike which om ombracofl omhraC08 embracoA
bracofl 60000 workers appears to havo havoentirely havoentirely haveentirely
entirely lost Its economic nature ana anaIs anaIs aneis
Is now a vast political manifestation manifestationI
I I All forms of public business hU lnes9 activity activityI activit1have
I have hu 0 been ho > n suspended the peaceful In Inhabltaantn InhahltaantR Inhahitaunts
habltaantn remaining Indoors In fear fearof fearof tearof
of their lives II VC8 Tho political poll tI cn I real of ofthe ofI ofthe
the th raanlfcstants has become Inflamed InflamedI
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I by h Intoxicants h > from the vodka shops shopswhich shopswhich hup8I
which were broken Into and plllngod plllngodAt
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I At Wtarsmw IorNI a strike has commenced commencedand cunllnonc > lt ltancl
and disorders aro looked for and th thtrial t2ltrial thtrial >
trial of Okrjcy who throw a bomb bombat
I at n 1 pollen Htatlon March 25 will prob probably pro pronhly probably > ¬
ably result In other bomb outran outranA > I1 I1A
A man was arrested Thursday morn mornIns mornIn morning
Ins In armed Rrm d with n bomb which was wasr nn nntvldently ftftfoldcntl
tvldently r intondnd to be used In court courtduring courtduring courtluring
during the trial trialWAR trialI trialWAR
I WAR PARTY LOSES ASCENDANCY ASCENDANCYRetirement ASCND4NCYI ASCND4NCYRetlremont ASCENDANCYRetirement
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Retirement of Grand Duke Alexis Ale i RemovesPence Removes RemovesPeace Rerno RernoPecce
Peace Stumbling Block BlockA DlocklJ11ateci
A belated St Petersburg dispatch dlxputchHays lKpnt h
Hays M Witto had a long audience audiencei nlllllOlUOwith audiencewith
i with tho emperor on Tuesday A Aprominent AI Apromltucnt
I prominent Russian statesman who 1 1convinced II IIcnnvhtrpd iiCOnV
COnV convinced inced that peace 1Jr > lCO will bo the outconic out outcome 0111como ¬
come of the Washington mooting is isnportid isIlporlld isrcpnrt
nportid d n I1K HHVIIIR HHVIIIRJapan RIt sayhgJapan hIR hIRJaJU1
Japan surely can no longer doubtthe doubt doubttbo dOllhttho
the sincerity of the t hr omperors om > trorl deelH declsIon deelHInn IIIrIKInl1
Inn to conclude con eludu peace 11a Admiral Al AloxifffH AIexlcffs
oxifffH r > ntlroiwnt marks the final finalrnuto fiuall11I1P Oralenure
rnuto of thr t tie I > war party Should Japan Japanfffus lnpnnrt
rt fffus fus an armlxMcc it rntlsk o and force another nnotberbig anothrbig anotherbig
big bat hutlll tin > now It would greatly en endai 01daubcr endunder
dai daubcr > ricr tho Prospects pro poctn fur peace paaceMITCIIflL IlttaloMITCIiELt peaceMIlCIlill
MITCIIflL GUT IKLf OF BOODLE BOODLEPartner DOODLEP f00DLEPartner
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Partner P rtncr of Oregon Senator Wcaviug WC iug Chain Chainol
ol o Guilt in lelimon lestimonlAt lelimonAt >
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At Portland Oregon Friday forlllR tho thotcatlmony thotesUmon thetestlntony
tcatlmony in 11 tin trial t of Unltod 11111 ud StstoH StstoHSenator St StittesSenaor toK toK8rU1
Senator 8rU1 or John J Mitchell tIt r11C1I by h tho t 110 proflocu proflocutlont l prosecutionu > ruSOI ruSOIt
tlont t chief witness A H Tanner Tannerwon JlnIHrfur
won fur n 1 recital r JtlL1 of alleged offi offense OrrlIIHftlgaln8t offenseagainst i > HP HPagainst
against the federal Ht Hnrtnt tnica i commit committed committ1 comntltterm ¬
ted by h by11tchell Mitchell Tanner told of agree agreementH ngrtonl ngreemeats
meats nl ntl1 made by h himself with Krlbs Krlbsan Krlhsun1 Krtbsnnl
an un1 Uenson to expedite timber t1tn Iwr claimthrouRh claim claimthrough elainmsthrough
through the general land omen of rn and nndapplication ntHInppl1catJon andapplication
application of tho fees received there therefor therefor therefor ¬
for to tho earnings of the fir n in1 in1nnd nnd nndthe atllltho antithe
the division of tho foes at the 0 end endot onlI onlot endof
I ot each month Mitchell Mitchellbult celYlng celYlnghn1t celingbait
bait I
F E EWHOLESALE NIM NIMWHOLESALE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL DEALER DEALER j jER
ER IN ALL KINDS OF OPFresh OFFresh OFFresh
Fresh Meats MeatsFRONT
FRONT STALL CITY MARKET MARKETWEST M MARKETWEST RKE RKEWriST
WEST SIDE OF BUILDING BUILDINGTALLAHASSEE 8UILDINOTALLAHASSEE BUILDINGTALLAHASSEE
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA FLORIDAA
A PORTION OF YOUR PATRONAGE PATRONAGEIS
IS SOLICITED PROMPT ATTEN ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION ¬
TION IS GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS ORDERSTELEPHONE ORDERSTELEPHONE ORDERSTELEPHONE
TELEPHONE NO 121 121SPROZEAT 1215oP 121fie
SPROZEAT SPROZEATPractical 5oP fie p ROZE ROZJ3AR ROZJ3ARPractical R RPractical
Practical Plumbing PlumbingTin
Tin Work of All Kinds KindsORDERS KindsORDERS KindsORDERS
ORDERS FOR SEWER OONNEC CONNECTIONS OONNECTIONS OONNECTION8 ¬
TIONS SHOULD BE PLACED PLACEDRIGHT PLACEDRIGHT PLACEDRIGHT
RIGHT NOW NOWA
A FULL LINE OF BATH ROOM AND ANDCLOSET ANDCLOSET ANDCLOSET
CLOSET APPLIANCES OF THE LA LATEST LATEST LATEST
TEST PATTERNS CONSTANTLY ON ONHAND ONHAND ONHAND
HAND HANDrr HANDSCHEME HANDSCHEME
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SCHEME TO AVOID EFFECT OF LA1VJudge LAW LAWJudge l4WI
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I Judge Spoor So Characterize Action ol olSiutheastern 01SutheOllern ofi
Siutheastern S Freight Association AssociationArgument AlSoctotlonArgumeut AssociationArgument
i Argument closed Thursday at atnoon attioon atnoon
noon in the suit before tho federal federalcourt fodoralI federalcourt
I court coar at Macon of the Georgia Sawmill Saw Sawmill Snwmill ¬
mill Association against several of oltho ofI ofthe
I tho southern railroads arising out at atan otI ofau
I an effort to put an extra 2 2cent cent rato ratoto ratoI rateto
I to tho west on lumber from Georgia Georgiaand GeorgiaI Georgiaand
I and FlorlcU Florl mills A sevoro arraign arraignment arraignment arraignmoat ¬
ment of the Southeastern Freight As Association AsI Assoclatlon ¬
I sociation at tho hands of the court courtvna courtas courtteas
teas as tho last and most Interesting Inter 8t1ng tea feature roah1ro teatore ¬
tore of this case Judge Spoors Spcorawords Speorswords Spoorswords
words wore woreCounsel worei woreCounsel
i Counsel on both sides have doubt doubtless doubtI doubtless
I less gathered from lom tho intimations intimationsof
of the court what wo 0 may as wall an announce announce anflounce ¬
nounce at this time that tho SouthflhJm Southastern South Southeastern ¬
eastern flhJm Freight Association Is in inview Inview Inview
view of the evidence regarded as a atransparent alrallsl atrausparont
transparent lrallsl > nro1L scheme to avoid old the ef effect ctf offect ¬
fect f ct of tho laws forbidding pooling pooling1nnd
and combinations In restraint r of trade tradeWhile tradeWhile tradeWhtilo
While this Is true whether or not nottho nottho noti
i tho rat rates OH Involved In this case and andput andI
I put In force an tho result of tho thoaction thoI theaction
I action of that association are unrea unreasonable unreasonahlo UnreaI ¬
sonable and vlolatlvo of law must bo bodetermine bodolcrmlno1 bedoterminetl
I determine after further considera consideration ¬
tion tionJudge tlOI1i tionJudge
i Judge 8 Spoer peer then stated that the theeaao theaRQ thecase
case would ho taken under advise advisement advlsCoI advisemoat ¬
I mont together with all the argument argumentand
and testimony which has been offered offeredand offeredI offeredanrl offeredand
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and salt n 1 decision would bo reached reachodan
an soon as popHlbto popHlbtoI
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I KttPISG t < fPI G RUSSIANS ON THE RUN RUNToKio RUNToio RUNTokio
ToKio Hears of further Successes of Jap JapForces Japforces
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Forces in Manchuria ManchuriaThe MnnchllrinThe MnnchurinThe
The following ofllrlal of11 11 I dispatch was wasrecoUeil wasI wasrecelvotl
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I recoUeil rlc loll In Tohlo Sunday Sutllla from rum tho thoJapanese thoJI1 theJapanuso
Japanese JI1 > nl10so headquarters in Manchuria Manchuriai
i I The rnoniy holding tho 1 northwest northwesteminence north northwesteminence wcri wcriomlnenco
eminence of Manchonzou Vas attack attackod
i j od and dislodged In the afternoon ot otJuno orJllno
Juno L 22 > 2 but n portion of tho enemy enemyholding oucnnyholding
I holding tho hills to the west offeredstulhorn offered offeredstubborn otrlrotflluhhurn
stubborn resistance I nnd tho hills were wprofinally werefinally ro roI
I finally taken by assault Another Anotherforce Anothlroreo Anotherforce
force oreo of the enemy cnern holding tho hills hillsduo hlll8rJllt hillsdot
duo north was aR attacked from the front frontand frontanrl frontand
and we simultaneously resorted to a aturning Rtllrnln aturning
turning movement from the northwest northwestIntercepting nurth8tInt northwestintercepting
Intercepting Int rcl l1t1ng his retreat and causing causinghim causlnhIm
him heavy hoav Ions OHS Tho enemy 011001 In con confusion canfl181011 confuahon ¬
fusion hoisted the th Rod Cross flag but butthR lIutthHc butthis
this did not stop 8tO > our firing nnd hn hnfled 11 11I hifled
fled In disorder His strength stron th in es esnlry C Cn1ry cz czairy >
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airy and Infantry was somo 3000 men mennnd mnnnll menanti
anti several guns Fifty Itt corpses were wereIfrft weroleft cro crolpft
left on onlhe tho field Tho enemys loss lossxvns lossWRS losswas
was fully 200 Our loss was Insigniacant Insignia Insigniacunt
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