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***WORK O N ARM 5 __________ .feociascript ?_. Democrats Appeal to Con- Not to Join Rus- sian Colors. avoid. At' a secret and largely at tended meeting of the central commit tee of the social democrats at St. Petersburg yesterday, it was decided to begin the work immediately among the conscripts of 1906, who today were noti fied to appear for enrollment, and en deavor to induce them to refuse to .ioin the colors. The organizers of the movement have little expectation of actually preventing the enlistment of recruits and are aware the colors, but they hope to augmen*t the disorders in the interior and send al ready .^disaffected contingents to ther army. The trial of the delegates to the workmen's council here has thus far re sulted in the discomfiture of the prose cution. Witnesses asserted that the arms were obtained solely for defense against the "Black Hundreds." The testimony of police witnesses showed that the workmen's council was tactily recognized and sanctioned by the au thorities for months before the arrest of the delegates. Daily encounters are taking place be tween reactionary and revolutionary workmen at Yaroslav. Each side is well organized and many of the men are armed. The revolutionists have notified the manufacturers that they must dis charge all reactionists or take the con sequences. RED S ARRESTE IN GIRL'S HIG SCHOO The Russian Police Make Sweep ing Raid on a Terrorist :i Gathering. St. Petersburg, Oct. 12.The police dlast night raided a meeting of revolu tionists in a girls' high school in the Vassili Ostrov quarter of St. Peters burg. They surrounded the building, arrested sixty participants in the meet ing and secured in addition many im portant'revolutionary documents. The recent wholesale domiciliary visits to the'bjegt quarters of St. Peters burg Snd the arrests of many students and others have created a panic in revo lutionarycircles," as it is not known what papers and records have come into the possession of the police. This Vas sili Ostrov high school has for some time been a regular meeting place of the revolutionists. Black Hundred Leader Seized. The did man, who was arrested at Moscow'"recently on his arrival from Sevastopol with explosives and a large number of revolvers in his possession, has been identified as the vice president of the Tula branch of the Black Him-: dred- organization. Attacks on the police Similar to those which have occurred at Warsaw have commenced in. St. Petersburg, but are less successful owing to the indif ferent attitude of the population. One policeman was killed and one wounded. Denounce Stolypln Regime. Helsingfors, Oct. 12.:The constitu tional democratic congress adjourned last evening, A pronunciamento de nouncing Premier Stolypin's adminis tration and all its works, which was pro posed by the central committee in an endeavor to placate the extremists, was adopted by acclamation amid great en thusiasm, NU IMPORTANT BUSINESS BEFORE THE CABINET Washington, Oct. 12.Today's cabi net meeting was attended by all the members except Secretaries Taft and Shaw, who are absent from the city. It was said no matters of great import ance were considered. HANGED FOR DOUBLE CRIME Chicago* Negro Dies on Gallows for Killing Women. Chicago, Oct. 12.Daniel Francis, a negro, was hanged in the jail here to day for the murder of his wife, Mrs. Martha Francis, and her business, part ner, Mrs. Mary Scroggs. Francis was in constant trouble with his wife be cause of his refusal to work, and his de sire to spend all the earnings she made in the curtain-cleaning shop. EVERY LITTLE NOISE Coffee Nerves Easily Irritated. DENOUNCESSCHEME TO GRAB:JUDGES 1 4 VfJ| Hughes Indigfnantly Condemns Reported Deal of Hearst and Murphy.. v**awwia ^#*"-iVo St Petersburg, Oct. 12.The social Journal Speoial Service. democrats have assumed the direction Canandaigua, N. Y., Oct. liJ.y-Wheii of the organized movement for the re- Charles E. Hughes arrived here, last fusal to perform military service, which evening^ he read the news of the the constitutional democrats at their Hearst-Murphy deal for supreme court heavy frosts in the south have, dam- $ convention- at Helsinofors decided to judges. Burning with indignation ov6r aged/upward of 150,000 bales- bf^cot avoioV At' a secret and largely at- wh*t he termed an attempt by political ton, and telegraph and telephone com- that the conscripts have no adequate political influence or political obliga- means to back, up their refusal to join tion as a Think osomejudge bosses to influence the bench, he took advantage of- the first opportunity to denounce the scheme.' Twelve hundred, people filled the operahouse. They only vaguely under stood the reason for his tremendous earnestness. It was no' prepared speech, but the spontaneous voicing of his in dignant protest, when he said: I don't know any officer in the community that should: be so free from Rumor of Split and Prospective Reshuffle in English Cabinet Is Revived. Journal Special Service. I^ondon, Oct. 12.A dispatch from Manchester revives the story of a split and an impending shuffle in the cabinet to follow the autumn session of parlia ment. The'dispatch predicts that Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman will resign the premiership"and will accept a peerage and that Herbert H. Asquith, now chancellor of the/ exchequer, will be come premier and that "Winston Churc hillj parliamentary secretary of the co lonial office, will' succeed Bryce as sec retary of Ireland. TRUST BOUGH OI O SOLA COMPAN Continued iProm First" Pftge. Asked to explain why this was, Mr, Ctithbert. said, to protect our. pipe liriefc from the encToachment of com- petitoTsV who, h& said, were'the Na tional Eeflh)!rjg company of Findlay and the Paragon" Oil company of Toledo. ''Bo you pay 5 cents a barrel more %for5oi in thei North Lima field-ihanyou receive: for 1 frprii #h chaiinfif "aa 1 vr&:>*: -:M'7^:- Mr Cuthtert :therr ^rhittpf? that the Eima.sfielfd. rofit his Company inithe ^ST^rln1 were. ver $ Bmall.'if any.' ^wv about the purchases in stheilndiaiia-ter-v ritory covered by the pipe-line's of the' company. He said- the Sun Pipe Line company and the,,Indiana Pipe Line company were competitors in 'that "field", but the price there i^ms thei'^regular market price. The witness said -his com fhe iany bought oil fof transportation at wells of the Ohio Oil company and in doing so did the business with F. S. Bates, its secretary at Oil City, Pa. Standard Men Are Cautious. In the preliminary skirmish regard ing the interpellation of- the immunity clause''of the Pever law, Attorhey Mot te'r of Lima was brought into the case as the personal attorney of the witness and argued that the court should ex tend the immunity before the .witness testified, particularly as~ the witriessha appealed to the court as soon as he had given his name and occupation. Attor ney Kline also took this view, and At torney Troup, also for the defense, stated that he wanted the record to show that the defense had nothing whatever to do with the witness. The court ruled that the witness would have to make speeifie objection to some ques tion which he held would tend to in criminate :hibegafh Phelps, then Ever notice how cross and irritable a ceffee drinker is when he has not had his usual dram? Trifling noises that a naturally heal thy person would never notice sound lite a boiler factory or a brass band t a nerve-poisoned coffee slave. But there's a big difference when such a ono finally learns the cause 'of his trouble, quits coffee, and uses well-made Postum. "For twelve years I was afflicted with stomach trouble, loss of appetite, my food distressed me and caused heart burn. Every little noise disturbed me. "None of my physicians relieved me,, but all advised me to stop drinking 1 can be anything the Chicago report. -rrre coffee. Abou two years ago my hus- i W band brought home a package of Pos tvtm, and we gave it a fair trialfol lowed directions about boiling it fifteen minutesand liked it. "Very soon I noticed a change in my condition. Now, with Postum as my beverage, I sleep better, eat without dis-. tress, and enjoy life, since every little disturbance or noise does not shatter my entire nervous system. Today, thanks to Postum, I am a well woman,,and every member of my family has been benefited by -it. A friend while taking dinner with us a while? ago remarked, on the delieious coffee I served. When I told her it was Pestum she was surprised, saying she had tried it but did not like it. "When I told her that boiling it fif teen or twenty minutes gave it that rich teen or twenty minutes gave it that rich ^r^jy* ..i flavor she follpwed directions and then company sawmill, was caughtein ree knew for herself. "'In addition to the great relief I hove jexperi^nced from distressed stom ach and' irritated nerves, since using Postum, I find I am more 'level-headed" and- every -little noise does not disturb me as it used to." Name given by Posfum Co.y Battle Creek, Mien. Read' the famous little book, "The Boad to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's i .answered. ,Mr. the -questio the wit ness, who answered that he was, as president, one of the directors of the company and that its principal place of business was Lima. The next'question, however, the witness regarded would in criminate him if he answered, and in ordering him,to do.so, the court thereby extended the immunity'act. The question was: "Where does your company keep its books showing the record of proceedings of-the last stock holders' meeting?'' 22,000 SWITGBIE N MSTME^IIGE Continued From First Page. try looking toward more pay and short er hours, and since these conferences are to be held all over the United States on.a lat set by the organiza tion, Oct. 25, I do not see .how there nave ade any demands and we will not ask for anything until Oct. .25. If officials in Chicago have decided to reject our requests they have, done so before the requests were: made and their action will have no.effect on the members of the union in "Minneapolis. Arrangements .have been made with the different officials fer a on Nov. 25- and not till! 'Till fit, F$i ~*t* a on the benchjudge. being told by man in the community whom he shall appoint as a referee, and when, he .shall.-nam* as a receiver. And think" df a man in the most honorable position of a jud^e of the highest court of original juris diction of the great city of the empire state, the metropolis of the union, exe cuting his orders like a boy. We want to see our judges chosen in such a man ner that the hand of the boss cannot be found up the shoulder of the nominee." BRITISH PREMIE O QUI OFFIC E Traiha:r :?pur-. K^f ehcy? thenconference will the matter have local application.'' MILIr HAND DISMEMBERED James Kennedy of Oass Lake Loses Arms and Will Prqbabljr. Die^ Special to The Journal. Gass Lake, Minn Octs saw and had one arm c\it 12.-r-James Kennedy, an employee of'the Neils offhanthe th other half csuff of, and his face badly cut. Recovery seems impossible. He has a large family. SHIB SINKSj FOtTB LOST St. Johns. N. F.. Oct. 12.The fishing schooner Julia, struck a shoal In Cod Boy river during a sale and went down. Four men vrexe 'drowned, hut the captain succeeded in reaching the shore. The fishing schooner Helena Is missing and it Is feared that she and he-r crew* iMt. have been i- Xfi ,riv',C' *&* "-rX- it^lM^SfW RUI N IS WROUGH .BY COL AN fiftyh Vast Region Peels Fury of Frigid rf- WaveWarmer Days ,i I Promised. utfiifrj^, I rev -j. \lf 'K5(c. Journal Speoial Service. .Chicago, Oct. 12.The fruit and celery crops in Michigan and in: New York' have bee_ destroyed by the cold. ton and telegraph and telephone com munication in all parts of the co$jtt$# have- been destroyed by ..the winds. Strong gales that swept-the great lakes thruout the early mornirig and most, of the day yesterday made navi gation, impossible, and even the stanch est crafts would not venture* from port Vessels that had cleared before the storm arose had difficulty in reaching their destinations and from many ports on lake Michigan and lake Superior came reports of hardships encountered in the lashing winds and blinding enow and sleet. From almost every point east of Chicago, west to the Kocky mountains, and north into Canada unprecedented cold was reported and at most of the places snowfalls ranging from one to eight inches were recorded. Following the fall of snow and Chi cago the record for October weather in the city was broken. For almost ten hours the temperature was below the freezing-point. Slightly warmer weather is predicted by the government weather bureau at Washington for today, with seasonable temperatures for Saturday and Sunday. Celery Growers Lose. Canton Ohio, Oct. 12.Celery grow ers in this vicinity report a loss of $25,000 from the severe cold spell of the past few days. POLIC E O WORL SEE ABSCONDE Authorities of Every Port Lookout for Manuel Silveira. 4 on New York, Oct. 12.Cablegrams have .been sent to all ports in the world ask ing the authorities to keep watch for Manuel Silveira, the Havana banker, who is accused of having absconded with more than $1,000,000, thereby causing the assignment in this city of the banking and commission house of Juan M. Ceballos & Co., which has failed with liabilities between $3,000,- 000 aiid $4,000,000. It. is announced that Silveira is not on board the steamer Carmelinay in which he and his family sailed from veira and his family were transferred' whereabouts of the Carmelina are known and that the destination of the other steamer, to which it is said Sil was to have been announced today and tw.p. days put from Havana,, has been as certained. Silveira was a close personal friend Resident Castro of Venezuela.^ It is the opinion of detectives that he will strain every nerve to reachr\~r'-X Venezuela. ~'~Tr '"j, i[etj Low. Bates to tj^ .West."''" I^Hfe Chicago Ghreat WesWfh, rftiiwsty wKlJereU tickets to iSointis ini$m.kii I Oalifernia. Colorado,-,Jdahe, ^Jev^da, SQreajSi, "Utah anldfare.- Wyoming aif'af/diit omenjal the usua -Tickets on-sail' T"THtT-_2H" daily Aug. 27th to Oct. 31st, inclusive. Prosecutor David ..asked .the witness-!f et full information from B. H. Hea*d, Gehexal Agent, corner Nie b]let*,at,i 5th st, Minneapolis. 'an I Sold on 365 days' trial. AIR TIGHT HEATIRS FROM 85c UPWARD. Cole's Hot Blast Heaters front $7,85 up. Ma.-shall. Hard Coal Base Burner is a'w'ihner, from $13-75 up. WE INVITE, AtL,OURylTYrCUSTOMERS,TO CALL. :-and'^ae'lbto ^Sn4erful cash values and to all of our Out-of-Town Customers we will send our large Stovfc Catalogue Free* i. i- THE T. M.ROBEHTSGfl-flP. SUPPLY CO., Ktimm *M3M**WS^i8SSi^^ -m* q8?*^ 3__ffi *1MNNaW*3WJRMAL. SPANISH BISWS^ DEF GWERlENT Madrid, Oct. 12.The reactionary party is using with good effect against the 'government the popular"-outcry against the ne^ commercial --treaty whichjis being nti*ptiatediwi#i $F|Xh_C wHtereby the Mtjfiton wines" wftl'Ve' jftftpijf&Vfco the prejudice of[SpajiisXpr-0"y odueers/and it fear&l thaf .the lirjVrS. sninis,fcry has been shaken in conse quence. x."'-: More Talk of Fight Since Inter- _*? mention Than During Revolution. Journal Special Service. Havana, Oct. 12 There has been more talk of fighting thruout the island since peace was proclaimed than at any time during the revolution. Extreme TntternesS is shown by the men who have surrendered their arms. The liberals everywhere seek the re moval of all moderate pffitehblders, and think they should have |he -fruits of victory immediately, and^that all who oppose them should be ousted While conditions,.are threatening, no outbreaks have, been reported. -Lead ers on bothVsides,haye been qirged to don all-in their" power/to induce, their to return to work atfd make no further trouble. i'\: A ja'ener&la/^edt' .Tafti Havana,' Oct. 1^Secretary Taft^is holding- an importantVe.Qnference this afternoon with the^con^mftfeeu.Qf ,eig-hf: To represent the insurgvehts1i djiring tjhe| -recent proceedingi^attdXmiso (Qinis^' Guerra and other military leaders of the revolution who requested an auf^ ence. ?t fe Isle of Pines at Sea. l% Havana, Oct. 12.The provisio^a government will have nothing to fdp witfe^the question of the sovereignty 2$f the- Isle 01 Pines or with the sepagatAJtt oMW^mam^JiiM the islandgfr^ the^rest of the Cu1JiBi^pi**^s. The executive.Ms authority of Stated ae^dy -declaredthe^CmiteMi th$t thfe Iala.*ofl Pki Isle-'bf Pipes beKifpt*i Cuba &M. hira emtrddjedfth^t aprfiiatian in a|*te^ co^Sdingil te fso^ereignty (fW ffligt island to Cuba, and: this^ treaty ty ndtf pehtliilg ratification in the.,.American, senate. The .entire. fof'4he adnudieati6npsnat't'ere^being'^nf Letters of a Real I am not going to beat the big drum of sentiment an4 make a wailful noise. Nothing is so dead as a 'dead-'infatu- ation. The more a person has been infatuated, the more'"he resents an attempt to. galvanize the^#ullj:.deact thing intb life. I am wise, you. see, to the e^dii Ali? reasonable, too, I hope. And braver And brave, I %e|fyy|lu. Do you think I will be a coward,' and cry out? fmilf you a .pireseht dt everything. of the love and happy'thoughts, of tho pleasi ant dreams ahd plans, of the little prayers'sent up, and ihPv blessings called downthere were a great many every,: day-*, of the kisses, and all the. dear sweetness.- Take it all. I want nothing from you in return., But do 'you suppose that, having given you all this, I am gpihg .ta give you my soul as well? To moan my life away, my beautiful life? You are not worth it. You are not worth anything, hardly. You are unstable, invertebrate. My ,Jife .shall be splendid in spite of you. You shall not cheat the of one single chance of heaven."(From Fraulein Schmidt and Mr.-.Astru$he*. in the November Delineator.) .i'3 v:\ stfe --trm f--* The sweetest, tenderestlove messages ever put on paper. By the author of "JIlii^||^id He^er^: man Garden." Tats story m^^kMf the..jnftaj? ^n.^6jl splendid features .of the Rl^%$#' '.r^ja .JWO NOVEMBER DE&WEATm Fashions in DressNeedleworfcr- Household Matteri. Butterick Patterns Ten and.Fiftecn#Sco^. ypH^?I jf^vgr" .J. M i*.* .n**. 'Anti-Christian'' and Tai^f Move- M/* .ments in Spain StJj&tJ^i*^ v. Lv Simultaneously the clericals are show ing greater boldness, yive bishops after: a meeting- at ^Burgoa have sent'a message to the government violently protesting again & the "anti-Christian movement" and declaring their pur pose hot to "obey laws"Which- violate the rights of the church. The prelates of Santiago- have sent felicitations to episcopate oftran ce for the letter appealing to the clergy of 'France ^o be fcuthful^nfcnoi submit to the .church,and state' serWatibn law. Finally the bishop"'of Tuy has an nounced that his recent letter to the minister of justice, ap'olo'gi^infit fprijiis utterances against the government re garding civir marriages doeB-' not con-' stitute a retracticrn -f- j MUTTERiG IMS Second Floor of th state d|? pajtirieht, the provisional goverhmenS whi^h is :,wholly mncler the war depart m&i&t will not mix therein. What you pay Tor a stove.when ypubu from an Installment house and v^hat :ybii could save If you buy it from a house that sells only for cash? BeloW we give you some cash prices: Our Genuine. Nicollet Dockash Range Conceded by. all i to ttfe the only Range' that will burn Hard coeil successfully., It will be to your lnterest'to see them before you buy. Our cash price with high closet, Our North Star- Dockash Baseburner. the best that is made. Beau- tiful itH, design. J- economical-:, iit the use of fuel. Our cash price, 19-85: Our Elmo Oak ...v, Heater win b*u 'id iy Kind Of fuel. Our cash, Brie-'$3.aiS 'f ^te$&:. |]?$ft^ember 7200 Ta.D^*'i^^i^-Extra heavy, half bleached **f\f* value 50c yard?.. OVt/ -#Hfr%H&^ je^and Hosiery SUfc^SiiB^i Mocha iOlovesPerfect fitting warm tnd recommended jfor wear 'black and .the..good colors special value, 1 S^Ta pair '._:. .J.*P-I 2rSJ Hampty-Dump^y Stockings for women and children, the be^tv2 ^nd also 1 and 1 ribbed and find gauge women's hose,y special good values at^ pair 25c and See the Special Hosiery for women and children at, pair. i *-**-v-^' i ^Rictiire. Framing Department French- 'Heads and CampbeH Heads ^|?'f: jfskWSee Our J* D. 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Underwear, ladies' and children's *Fleeced and Maco, values -^P- to 75c choice, 49o and. JLoQ Night Dresses A big line of Outing and Muslin Gowns, full widths, lace and embroidery, trimmed, white and colors) values to $1.00 choice. 69c and............ .3VC Notion Department 50 dozen Hose Supporters, all styles and kinds, worth- to. 50c, .choice. ...a Meagher^s SpecialJ|Mfei*% $15 Suits and Overcojit& Am Best O say the "Meagher Special" $i5 clothes are^ attracting wide attention among shrewd men would be putting it rather mildly they are simply making the hit of the season. It's the rarest combination of high quality and low price you ever saw, and, as for wear^ they unquestionably give value received. All the verv latest patterns and colors, broad very patterns shoulders, neat lapels, They loo every respect. and wear like $2 5.o<p>Fiio suits.n: canr*e,0yof W ft7 from $cto|io on I 25c correctly tailored in Li ed Coat s.