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bHMTIIN DEAD ANO NINETY IN.
JURID IN ACCIDENT.
nssim coaches burn
Wreak an Yaioe and Mississippi Val
ley Read Nsar Monte, La., Is Ap
kMllMs In Its Results Com
mlMlan to Invsstlgate.
Ntw OrlJn. Fourteen lives wero
eaat' out and ninety passengers In
Jarei when a through freight train
crashed into the rear end of a noth
bosad excursion train on the Yazoo
sad Mississippi Valley railroad near
Tbs appalling disaster Is charged
ay tks railroad officials to the negli
gent of a flagman named Cunning
ham., who disappeared when the two
tralaa crashed together.
Of the dead, four are whlto women,
oaa a white Infant; four negro wo
men and flvf norjro mon.
forty-one of the Injured are whlto
sad forty-nine negroes. It Is expected
that all of these, except possibly three
Although the scene of the wreck i
bat twenty-seven miles north of New
Orleans and relief trains were sent
frost this city and from Baton Rouge,
Mm railroad officials withheld from
the aress information of the wreck
until a lata hour Monday morning.
A rassarkable feature of the wreck
waa that the loss of life was confined
alaast entirely to the last and fourth
frost the last coaches of the excur
aiea train. The second from the rear
coseh escaped injury almost com
pletely. The excursion train was
made up of ten coaches with negroes
oeeaaylag all but the two rear couch
es. The rsar coach was demolished and
the third and fourth coaches were
telescoped. All three, together with
the freight engine, were burned.
Pathetic stories of ghastly horror
were brought to New. Orleans by sur
vivors, many of whom barely escaped
death. The confusion and excitement
Incident to the distressing scenes of
. death and suffering was Increased by
the cries and exclamations of the
hundreds of negroes who ran about
In a panic stricken condition.
Many Save J from Flamea.
A few of the negroes were self-possessed
and lent their earneit aid to
the heroic efforts of white passen
gers to save from the flames those
pinioned beneath the wreckage, but
most of them ran wildly about shriek
ing, shouting and praying.
Mrs. Thomas McGlnnls, wife of a
New Orleans plumber, was killed and
asr husband and two small babies
are In a local hospital. Three of the
other dead among the white victims
were relatives and neighbors in Zach
ry, La. At an early hour Monday
Bight ho one had appeared to claim
the body of the white infant, and It
w sapposed that the child's mother
perished in the wreck.
Of the injured forty-atx were
.' oroaght to New Orleans for medical
treatment and forty-four were taken
to Baton Rouge or to their homes.
The Louisiana railroad commission
Monday r telegraphed to the into-stnte
coamerce commission to Join In an
lavestlgatlon of the wreck.
Sherman Leaves Estats to Wifs.
Utlea, N. Y. The will of Vice Pres
Ideat Sherman was admitted to pro
bat. The document Is very short
and la In Mr. Sherman's handwriting.
bearing date of April 23, 1887. All
of his property Is left to his wife.
auahiers ef Confederacy Meet.
Washington. Hundreds or southern
weawn, wearing the red and white
ribbon of the United Daughters o(t
the Confederacy, arrived in Washing
tea Monday to prepare for the nine
teenth annual convention of the or
SaatsstloB which will be opened Tues
day. Mrs. Alexander B. White, pies-Mesi-gsaeral
of the organisation, was
asable to attend the convention. Mrs.
Whit la detalaea at her home In Parts
Tens., by the lllnees of her husband.
la her abeeaee Mrs. Prank Q. nden
keiaier, ffrt(dce president of the or
or. presides, Despite her absence
Mra. White areaably will be elected
(Wtta tie arrival of the delegate,
roaaa of social entertainments for
' tkesi began. The big con, of the
esaveatlea waa the laying of the cor
asrttea of the monument to ronfed-
' erst aeMlers barled In Arlington
tfMtarjr. Ceteael Hilary A. Herbert.
Metltlry .at the navy In Presidont
OtavskteV KbbMt. officiated as 'mas-
' b sf MNsiBBiee sad William Jen-
-bMb. Tysa 4llms the oration t
Sloan's Liniment is a quick
and reliable remedy for lame
ness in horses and other farm
"Sloan's Mntment surpasses any
thing on earth fur lameness In horos
sad other lions ailments. I would
not llMp without It In m j sttble."
4tt Weil 10th fit., haw York City.
Gm4 far Swelling sad Abscess.
Ml II. M. (linns, of Lawranr. Knn .
B. F. D., Mo. S, writes: ' I had a mure
with an abucf u on her neck end one
SSe. bottle of Hloan'a Liniment entirely
curvu uw. i leup it an me nine lor
Ells and. small swellings andforererr
log about the stock."
is a quick and safe remedy
for hog cholera.
Cortrnor of Georgia usee
Slean'e Linlmenl for jo Cholera.
" I heard Oor. nrnwn (who Is quit a
firmer) say that he had nerer lost a
hog from cholera and that his remedy
always was a tablespoon! til of Bloan's
Liniment In a gillon of slops, decreas
ing the dose as the animal Imnrored.
Last month (lor. Iirown and mrself
were at the Agricultural College
building and In the discussion of the
ravages of the dlseise, Oor. Iirown
gave the remedy named as unfailing."
Bataknaii Daily News.
At All Dealers. 2So.. BOc. 81.00.
Sloan s nook on llorws. Cattle,
Hogs and 1'onltn sent fire
Address Dr. Earl 8, Sloan, Boston.
Mra. Boyle 1 can read my hus
band like a book.
Mrs. Doyle I've heard he was once
SKIN DISEASE ON FACE
Barthell, Ky. "I had a skin disease
on my face, neck and hands that tor
mented me all the time and when I
would get hot the places would bum
so that I had to keep my foco wet in
old water. It began as pimples and
Indeed it was disfiguring, for it would
get in spots on my faco and bands as
large as a quarter of a dollar. It would
get Into blisters sometimes and I sure
did suffer. My face burned all the
time. It was this way so bad for
about six years and I tried evorythlng
that I could hear of, but nothing did
"One day I found tho Cutlcura Soap
and Ointment advertised and ordered
some at once. I would wash my face
good with the Cutlcura Soap and then
apply the Cutlcura Ointment and they
have cured me. It would take half a
tablet to tell all I suffered In those six
years." (Signed) Mrs. Delia Hill,
Jan. 3, 1912.
Cutlcura Boap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston."
At 2:00 a. m.
Mrs. Klatter What Is it a sign
of when a man stumbles going up
Mrs. Klubmann I know very well
what It's a sign of when my husband
Perhaps a man can't be married
against his will, but many a poor man
discovers Inter that ho was married
against bis bettor Judgment
"Why do ships bar needle gaaaf"
"To three tneir way, stupia.
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On of the largest bank ia Holland
has been doing a big business la
Western Canada, and Mr. W, Wester
man, the President, on a recent visit
Into the Provinces of Manitoba, Sas
katchewan and Albert ", expressed
himself as beln jeh It ;ressed with
present cond! i ns d tspects, and
was convlncctl that tue great pros
perity of the Dominion was not a
boom, but merely tho outcome of nat
Not only has money been invested
largely In Western Canada by the
Holland Banks, but by those of Ger
many, France, as well as Great Brit
ain. Not only are these countries con
tributing money, but they are also
contributing people, hard headed, in
dustrious farmers, who are helping to
produce the two hundred million bush
els of wheat and tho three hundred
million bushels of the other small
grains that tho Provinces of the
West havo harvested this season.
During tho past fiscal year there
camo into Canada from the United
States 133,710; from Austria Hungary
21,651; from Belgium 1,601; Holland
1,077; France 2,094; Germany 4,664;
Sweden 2,394; Norway 1,692; and
from all countries the immigration to
Canada in that year was 354,237.
From tho United States and foreign
countries tho figures will be Increased
during the present year.
Most of theso people havo gone to
the farms, and it Is no far look to the
time when the prophecy will be ful
filled of half a billion bushel crop of
wheat i'l Western Canada. Advertise
ment No Strangers Allowed.
Frank H. Hitchcock, the postmaster
general of the United States, takes tho
deepest Interest In even tho smallest
details of the postal service Ono eve
nlng he waa at tho Union station In
Washington, when he decided to go
Into one of the railway mall servico
cars to sec how tho mall matter was
being handled. Being a tall man nml
very athletic, he easily swung himself
from the platform Into the car, but he
did not find It an easy matter; to stay
put. A burly .postal clerk grabbed
him by the shoulders, propelled him
toward the side door, and practi
cally ejected him to the platform be
low. "What do you mean by' that?" ask
ed Hitchcock Indignantly.
"I mean to keep you out of this
car," replied the clerk roughly. "That
fellow Hitchcock has Riven us strict
orders to keep all strangers out of
theso care." Popular Magazine.
Built Her Own Home.
MIbs Frances Lyon of Westwood has
the distinction of being the only
woman In New Knglnnd who lives In
a house literally bullt-wlth her own
hands. Miss Lyons belongs to a club
whose members nro practicing the doc
trine of going back to the farm. The
club Is limited to 40 members and
owns property to tho amount of $1,000
and about 70 acres of farming land not
far from Westwood. Each member
holds a deed to one aero and the bal
ance of the land Is held in common to
be rented to nny member who wishes
to try farming on a larger scale.
Truth About Old Age.
George F. Baer, tho famous Phila
delphia railroad man, said on his sev
"I agree with Professor Metchnlkoff
about the wisdom of the old. Profes
sor Osier made It fashionable to de
cry gray hairs, but my experience has
been that tho old not only possess
wisdom, hut they seek It also."
With n smllo Mr. Baer added:
"Tho only people who think they
nro too old to learn aro thoso who
really nro too young."
Just Like Other Men.
Most surgeons simply go way tip In
tho air when ono of the world's great
ones Is stricken. When Sir Frederic
Treves was called to operate on King
Edward he split him open as non
chalantly an If the king had been an
apple or a watermelon. New York
Pattcncc I see tho suffragettes
have como out against the secret bal
lot. Patrice Yes, women, aa a rule, pre
Really Small Matter.
"Have you anything against Tim
persT" "Nothing more tkan the fact that he
make 'film' a word ef two syllable."
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Doing His Part.
"What part are you taking in tho
war on Hies?"
"I do sentry duty at the breakfast
tublo ovor tho milk pitcher ovcry
Changed Its 8pecles.
"Wasn't tho forbidden fruit an ap
ple?" "Yes, but at tbo time Eve handed
it to Adam it was a lemon."
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Sherman, 'luim. Adr.
"How did they succeed in catching
that defaulting aviator?"
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