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NEWS OF THE WEEK
THE LATEST NEWS
NORTH, EAST, SOUTH, WEST
creign Lands, Throughout the Na.
tion, and Particulaty From the
t r Cu
'.at ot order made by Soon
-n, the sonata Saturday
committee amendment to
:r..itic and consular bill ap-
;rpr ns $400,000 for an embassy
building m Pans. The bill was than
iased ui:b the two amendments
.1 looted Friday. Tho bill carries $3,
The Nil authorising the appoint
n.t nt by the president or an additional
cember of the Philippine commission,
ma kins cine members in all. was
, assed Saturday by the house.
At tie noxt meeting of the senate
c mmit't e on commerce, it is expect
d that Uie NVw lands bill providing
for a fT'Lantnt waterways commit
sx'O wi.; te favorably reported to the
The R ; it :ican leaders in the house
I repr c'ativPo decide J Saturday to
enact h-z vatioa that w.'.l recast the
aritruf" laws, restrict the powers of
:r.;tinctl of federal courts and put
the Vre- and emergency currency bi:
:ctc star : ory law.
amending the naturalization
crd-'red favorably reported
y the house committee on
in:mira.:r n The bill raises the fee
wh i h crks of courts may charge
for the suicg of naturalization pa
fers from S to JS.
The bx usr spent all of Friday's ses
sion in cons, iering and passing para
grarh by paragraph, un ler suspen
se a of the rules, the sundry civil
a; ; ropriätx.n bill.
A bill to refund to the state of
T- xas the !im of $5.502 401 for money
cr i.-fted ?r.ra the citizens of that
su'e fcr tax- on cotton for the years
l-o to .'-3 as iatnxiued in the
fco-ise Frli.iy by Mr. Co per (Tex).
Senate r r introduced a resolu
tion Frl!a i rouding for an investi
g'.on by 'h senate committee on
ir.viieRC- and eleetioas of contribu
tion of r'Krarijns to elections. The
r.-sol'itioa was referred to the com
Mr. T wr.end of Mk higan offered
ar. .imenln.ont inrreasine from $50,
f " to 3 ".it )) the appropriation for
th -nror. - ment by the Interstate com
r T..e co:iiniisioa of that clause of
th- Hepburn act directing the com-
r.::on to au?e to be made exam
inations of the accounts of the inter
state rail -o ads of the county to de
termine wh-her that law is being vio
lated and to make public the results
of surh examnations. After a debate
las mg four hours, the amendment wag
Reprsen'aMve Burton, chairman of
ta- rivers and harbors committee,
presented o the house his bill legaliz
ing the inland waterways commission
and appropriating for its maintenance.
The bill is almost Identical with the
measure introduced in the senate by
Senator Xewlaads and amended by
tL senate committee on commerce.
Voicing bitterest regret that he ever
allowed Prince Zu Eulanberg to gain
his friendship, the kaiser has tele
grapher instructions from Corfu for
a rigorous prosecution of the perjury
cha-ges pending against his former fa
The City of Xew York government
biraed up "n.0'2 tons of cool last
winter at a rout of J2.809.w7.3s, an
average crf a u,n of 54 ."2. In lOOG
the city o--! 4.9.,0 tons of coal at
a 'ost of V 1.503.
Th Ge -man f-hip Csar Nicholas
cc!hdMi w rh h North German Lloyd
-am-T K.d. off Norderney Island.
P h vest-;- wi badly damaged.
Three .-n entered the jewelry
s re of Frai.k C Hart at Tacoma.
iv-ifih . and. while the attendants were
lr. a back room, stole a wallet Cen
tn rung iftnoo worth of diamonds and
c r pref iou" p'ones and senpt.
Mrs. Gnv r Cleveland at the Lako
w 'h n. .T t hotel, queatloneil re
gard, ng a r--.or from New York that
tr.f former president was suffering
f:'m cancf r of the stomach, declared
ti- report was false In ovory particu-la-
IVrco ikirm:hing Is reported be
tween the rebellious Siamese Just
a'ross the c -hin Chinese border and
the Frnch troo!, 0n their way to the
rthrf of the beleaguered European
colony at lia tambeng. Slam.
Homer L. HiRgs, editor or the Green
field tTcnn. Time, has been Indicted
t- Weakley county Jury on an ar
r n charge. It Is alleged that he gave
r.inmo Jordan, a domestic employed
ay him. $7 to burn his house, hoping
lo ' Meet $1.100 Insurance.
A drastic orttlnanco forbidding roller
bating as n deadly sport has been
passed by the town council at Whcat
ob. a suburb of Chicago, as the result
of the death there of a little girl.
The child was the daughter of the
pastor of the Whcaton College church,
P.GV. W. W Evans.
uuo nunured and twenty persona
were tlrownod by tho capsizing of a
ferry boat crossing tho ltlvor Dnopcr
in Huasin. Thirty of the pnsaetigers
were aved. Tho craft was latleu with
worhlers returning from rhurcli
Uarutttü l'do von lUioxleben. who
shot and killed her husband and then
shot herself in their chateau nt lliul
denburg. near Dortmund. May 1. is
Pour white men entered tho county
jail at Hot Springs. Ark., bout tho
negro turnkey into k unconsciousness,
and liberated four prisoners, threa
wtite men and one negro. Four In
mates remained in tho Jail. Thor is
no clew to the identity of tho quar
Thomas J. Sullivan, director of tho
bureau of engraving and printiug. died
I in Washington of pneumonia followlug
an illueis of leas Urn 11 a weak. Mr.
Suliivau was G2 years old and had
been connected with tho bureau of en
graving and printing for 40 years.
There will be no prosecutions for
the assassination of King Carlos and
Crown Prince Luiz Phlllippe of Portu
gal. A few men were killod by tho
police and soldiers nbout tho royal
carriage. Otherwise no one is to suf
fer for tho crime.
Federal Judgo Landls struck another
blow at tho railroads when ho ruled
against them in cases involving an
interpretation of the 2S-hour livestock
law and assessed flues aggregating
Attorneys for Harry Thaw scored
first blood In their light for his free
dom, when they secured a ruling from
Justice Morsehauser in supreme court
that witnesses who will testify that he
Is sane shall bo heard In that court
Those who claim that he is still In
sane will be heard in New York and
that county will have to bear the bulk
of the expenses of the present litigation.
An announcement is expected in th
near future from Marquis De Dion
that the French car De Dion will not
go further than Vladivostok in the
New York-Paris automobile race. The
marquis is said to be disgusted wltl
the nianuer In which the race has been
run and the poor progress.
That the real purpose of Secretary
Taffs visit to Panama at tMs time
is to prevent outbreaks at the coming
election, is the general belief there.
The campaign has already brought out
evidence of passion and it is thought
the Washington authorities are trying
to prevent a situation which would re
ijmrw imunurence in i'anama simiuu
to that in Cuba.
The trial of the suit to brenk the
will of James T. Crumbaugh, who left
a half-million estate to further the
caa 01 spiruuaiism, nas neon re
sumed, and the story of the banker's
gullibility and of his being deceived
by mediums Is bolng disclosed by wit
The government of Korea, acting in
cooperation with tho office of the
Japanese resident general at Seoul.
Prince Ito, is preparing plans fer an
activo and final campaign against the
disorderly forces In Korea.
Clad in red silk stockings and
mounted astride coal-black horses, 50
of the prettiest girls In Louisiana.
blondes and 25 brunettes, will partici
pate May 18 In the Inauguration of
Gov. Jarad Y. Sanders.
The body of Joseph Kapshaw, who
disappeared from his home at Oolitic,
Ind., March 24, and was believed to
have been murdered, was found float
ing on the surface of water in a deep
hole by workmen at a stone quarry
May day was a peace Jay for the
first time in many years. Ihere were
no important labor disputes pending
anywhere In the country and where
minor strikes are in progress, local
grievances are the cause.
Six alleged "Black Hand" despera
does are held in Chicago at the Har
rison street police station because It
Is charged they attempted to kidnap
pretty Giovannlnn Ognebene, 15 years
old. and force her U become the wife
of Salvatore Forestlere, whose Buit
In the Bald Hill oil field south of
Tulsa, the John A. Steel Oil Co
brought In a gas well said to be good
for GO.000.000 cubic feet dally. It Is
one of the largest ever discovered in
the world. Tho roar of the woll wlillo
It was being saddled could be heard
for 15 miles.
Another Japanese cruiser squadron
has arrived In Chinese waters on a
friendly visit, the Japanose say to
frighten China into abandoning the
anti-Japanese boycott, according to the
Fortified in the foreign quarter, tho
small European population of the
Slameso town of Ilattnnihang Is re
ported desporatoly resisting an attack
of natives bent on snrking tho quarter
and the murder of its Inhabitants.
Tho death has occurred of J
Michel Werner, the inventor of tho
motorcycle. M. Werner, who was 40
IN HOTEL FIRE
FOUR BODIES ARE SO CHARRED
THAT THEY CAN NOT BE
THROUGH THE STUTE
NEWS GATHERED FROM VARIOUS
FIREMEN WITHOUT LIFE NETS
Many Leap to Pavement From Win
dows Before Five Floors of Big
Building Collapses, and Twen
ty Are Seriously Injured.
Fort Wayne, Ind. Eleven bodies
four of which aro so badly burned
that all hope of Identification has
been abandoned, aro in the rogue
in this city Monday as tho re
sult of Um New Avelino hotel hor
ror Sunday morning,
Tho fire, which had Its origin near
tho elevator shaft on tho first floor,
was caused by defective wiring. It
was discovered by hotol employes at
3:30 o clock and the alarm was quick
ly spread throughout tho hotol.
Within five minutes, howovor. tho
Interior of the structure was a seeth
ing furnace and many of the guests
were caught In flioir rooms before
they had time to got into the hall-
ways and make their way to the two
Fire Department Without Nets.
Without nets and with tho onlv
aerial truck in the city fire department
temporarily out of commission through
defects, the firemen woro handienppod,
nnd many of the suosts wore either
killod or Injured in Jumping from the
Within ten minutes after the fire
was discovered the flames had eaten
their way through the wooden interior,
construction, and the five upper floors
had fallen in, carrying down the mass
of burning wreckage, the bodies of
those who woro unable to roach a
place of safoty.
Fully twenty guosts are in the hos
pitals suffering from burns or injuries
received in jumping from the win
Jumps From Fifth Floor.
E. M. Matthews, a traveling sales
man of Columbus, jumped from the
fifth story, alighting on tho back of
his head and shoulders In tho middle
of the street He was picked up and
is still alive, a patient in a local hos
pltal. His injujries will prove fatal
LIQUOR FIGHT IN MUNCIE
Brewery Agents Declare They Intend
to Defy Attorney General Other
Details of Anti-Saloon Strife
Now In Progress.
Mundo. Local uneuts of brewlug
companies say they will defy Attorney
General Mnghnm to put tho brewery
ownod snloons out ol buslnoss. In
some Instances tho managers of the
WILL SUE BREWING COMPANIES.
to Proceed Against
That Control Saloons.
Indlaunpolle. Unslng his action on
Information wJiich he has been gath
ering for tho hut six months, James
Ulusliniu, attorney enornl. will filo
suits ngnlnst nil brewing coinpanUw
In tho mute which have boon operat
ing nloons tuul In othor ways trans
acting n rotnll liquor buslnoss. There
aro uioro than 20 browing companion
In the stnto and the facts obtained
show, it is declared, that practically
nil of thoso hiivo boon controlling sa
loons. The stnto contends that con
duetliiR a retail liquor business by
brewing companies 1 an exorcise of
lKiwors which are not conferred on
these companies by law, and tho suit
brewery saloons wero told not to con-
corn themselvos with what Mr. Ding- for nil possible relief, nnd this In
ham Intends to do. but to koop on con- eludes tho onjolnlng of furthor viola
iuctlng their places 11& In tho past.
The local agencies nlso continuo to de
liver boor to private residences as for
merly, nnd It 1h certain that none of
tion of tho law by tho browing com
panies, the revocation or their char
ters, appointment of receivers and
practically monns the elimination of
the practices said by Mr. Wnslmm to such broweries from the stato, if tho
ue illegal will be discontinued In Mun- suits aro successful. This action, also
ALMOST A MIRACLE.
Rlcd Up WheTSnce Said Ther.
Was No Hope. '
0. W. L. NoHbitt, Depot ?,, .
Marlon, Ky.. writes: 1 w fn
Invalid with ki,i,,.
troubles, ar.i M..a
visliod death ,
eI my nwfui .. ... 1
1"88. Tho s,, :..'
were thick m , ,
"iu"t, my ilx
swollen and i,,v r :
BldO so ni a;! .- .
nlvzod t '
rnlso my hand nbovo my h. . 1
doctor held out no hopo of I1IV
cowry . nnd 1 had given up, br u, f
started using Donn's Kidney p n
mndo a rapid gain. Aftor thro,. ,
uso I was well and at work ; -v
Sold by all dealers. 50 cenN a "t T
Foster-MIlburn Co., Iluffalo, N Y
Pavlnn th W-,,
George," said tho tirettv rii 11,
!, . .
.iuii juii iu iiwiiii nnciifiii
do until such time as a court order to f entirely successful, will nut mi. nf un ,, i- ,.,.. . "' hai' oar
......... ... . , . . ' ' ..v... iU
that effect is issued.
m .1 1 ..... I . I IUHJV 11 L
.Mtmcie is a verl- uusinu.ss moro than 3.500 saloons "An, vmiM .,., , .
fnhl hnt.JiOil nf l,rn.n... If. I 1 wl1lr.11 It to .... 1 ... .... , . . " . Viui'UBUU 10 n.
"- v. u.U.. ui Nuinaai iiiiiii- --...v.., .V to üiiviii'ii, uiii ui 1110 o.uuu 1 cent tor innt v"
vnw, nnu euoris m the past to on- smouns 01 tnu state, are brewery
torce on the brewing companies and ownou.
saloons the strict enforcement of the
law have mot with failure. Hut torn- Two Would Be Lawmakers
ix.-i runt- wurKiTs nerc wno aro anxious 1 mo Democratic county
to rid tho town of the liquor establish- commltteo met and decided to
This, too, ho wns bound tn u 1
"Well, I would have ncceifr j
went on, "and so that's sett L i
uiscusslng tho matter latr ho ,x
pressed a natural pride that -n '
- ..v-.wv;. i'ivö.iuw u iiiimrai pride that 'in '
ments seo hope in tho attorney gen- hold a delegate convention to name a not taken any ndvantaKo of th
otal s theory as to the Illegality of nndltlnto for the legislature Saturday, son.
breweries engaging In the retail busl- May 23. There is considerable activity
miss. Tho nnti-snloon workors have In the mnkh of the party in this coun
beeu greatly discouraged lateb at ty, especially with rogard to the noml
their Inability to mnko any serious nation for state renresentntlvo Timm
headway in Miuicio proper against the re but two candidates In the race, but
suroons after having driven them out fach is busy touring the countv in tho
of the entire county except Muncle. Interest of his cnndldacv. Uurton
um me aituuüo of the attorney gen- t-reen. who was In tho housn nt Mm
eral and his belief that ho can force last session of the legislature, wants
in uivttiTiws uui 01 ousmess encour- i cceeu Himself. Me lives in tho
15 YEARS OF SUFFERING.
Burning, Painful Sores on Legt
Tortured Day and Night Tr,ed
Many Remedies to No Avail
Cured by Cuticura.
"Aftor an attack of rh. in. 1
running sores broko out on r. .
ages them. It Is notorious hero that north part of tho county and will have ml 8 l0B8 from bo,ow tho
nearly all the crimes committed In support from the townships north of
.uuncie mr wnicn drink is directly or me wnbnsh rivor. Tho townships
murucuy responsible, nave been due wmii or the river are favorahlo tn A
io tne nrewery saloons, most of which C. Huxley of Hunker Hill
aro in poorly policed rosldonce dis
tricts. The city and circuit court rec-1 Wife and Nelohbor Sue.
orus snow this, and tho police say it is Petersburg. - Within 12 hours,
because an independent saloonkeeper sts amounting to $35,000 wero
Is much more enreful in his manner of Hied against ox-Sheriff John M stm.
conducting his saloon, as ho realizes WH, who disappeared invstprloiiRlv
that his liceirw Will ho lakon nwnv nml but a dav bofnro hin nnlirliiin'o
Is proporty greatly damaged or left home. The first suit was 0110 fu
ndi! if lio tSOboVS the law. On thr. StlllWOirs Wife. Whn ilomniwl.l n .11
other hand, the police say. tho man- vorco and $25.000 ollmony. and the soc
ager of a browery saloon is willing to on" Sl'lt was one by lilljah Humphrey Bny tIme- Irs- v V. Albn"
taae cnances in violating the law. l,,e noignnor. who demanded $10.000 r rcncnviue, .mo., July 21, 1U07
He knows that If he bo arrested and for tne nonatlon of his wife's affec-
nis license is taken away while he is ns.
working to the Interest of the brewing
company that is backing him. the com- c,tY to Employ Tramps
pany win i.iko care of him In some i-mnyouo. toe tho first time
other position, and will bo mmtilmi in in
tho ankles. There aro no u,
tell all tho discomforts and cr. -1
ferlng ho had to onduro night aui u
Ho used every kind of ron:. h 1 i
three physicians treated him, on., a: r
tho other, without any good r
whatever. Ono day I order. .! s .. - y
Cuticura Soap, Cuticura Oititn,
nnd Cuticura Resolvent. Hp Iwv 1
to use them and In threo weK all
sores wero died up. Tho burning f e
stopped, and the pains becamo i,f ,r
able. Aftor throe months he us n , .
well. I can prove this tostimor :.i
to 111 n quarter or a centurv this oitv
fnM.. B . . I m.1 . I in ....
.uuio 01 mo uscapes were miracu- cominue me saloon by gettinc out n WJ' lurnisn jobs for " holoes " fnn
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iwua. mo guusis crawieti 2üü feet on cens m anotner applicant s name nt ?rence8 uetweon Mayor Durgan
a ledge not over eight Inches wide, the next meeting of the county com- aaü Sheriff Frculor have resulted In a
finally reaching a nlace of safetv. missioners.
It is supposed that nt least three
more bodies remain in the ruins.
BRITISH FIGHT AFGHANS.
determination to put the "wnndorlng
wiiues at work on tho streets this
summer and to use some of tho super-
uumt-riinus 01 mo city and county
goveramonts as guards for the ball
Gen. Wilcocks Is Advancing with Cau
tion Lest Army Meet Disaster.
ouuiti, min auuen, out appar
ently overawed by tho powerful
urmsn snowing against them, the
ameer of Afghanistan's army of 20.000
soldiers is rotreating inch by Inch
from Landi Kotal, before which they
encamped after their repulse Sunday
night In an attompt to seize the
blockhouse guarding the Afghan out
let to Khybor pass.
The Asiatics aro not routed by any
means. It is not even certain that
they aro not attempting to draw the
State Officers Chosen.
Muncle. Tho first annual con
vention of tho Colored Womon's
clubs of Indiana, was held In this city. chain laborers.
with tho election of the following
state olllcors: President, Mrs. MIn- Found Dying in Garden.
nie u scott of Indianapolis; first vice- oium mis. with her face buried
president. Mrs. A. M. Cooner of Mun- ,n Ul earth where sho had
cle; second vice-president. Mrs. Dn.ko boen planting seeds in her vegetable
of llloomington; recording secretary. Sarlen, Mrs. Martin Hardin, aged G2.
Mrs. Wade of South Hend: corresnond- of Garden City, was found di int: bv
ing secretary, Mrs. Carrie Phillips of nor nelRlibor. Jnmos Perklnson. Slit
He Didn't Care.
"I like simplicity." sai l s. vtfr
nevorldgo to a Washington , r V
r-1 . 11 1 . . .
ouiimiciiy saves us a ot . t- .,o.
one day and fell Into a pol; t
inont They woro ordinary,
sort of men. but ono of th.
extraordinary flow of poly v..
gunge. He talked half an' ! .
his companion listened in a '
"'An now,' the speaker ;
concluded, 'perhaps you wlü
"The othor's faco brlgh
Why, yes, thanks, old man.
dared heartily, moving tou t ;
barroom door, 'I don't care If I d
Muncle; treasuror. Mrs. Goins of
wns carried into the house and diet
a short time afterward without hav
Ing gained consciousness.
Ship Liquor from City.
South Hend. South Bend's lid
went down with a suddenness nmi
firmness that caused ronSlnrnnMnn
Large Warehouse Burns.
Marion. Damage or about $30.
000 was entailed by a fire which
Clubs made haste to ship their stock dstroyed one of the warehouses ol
of liquors from the cltv boforn thr. tne Thompson Pottle company at Gas
English Into tho country where their officers could make embarrassing dis- c,ty A n,sh wind fanned the flames
cavalry and cannon will be at a dis- coveries. The moral wave which Is nml mmIe " Impossible to save the
sweeping the city Is the result of ac- wnr(house, but fortunately the gait
tion of a committee of 50 onrnnizori carried the flames away from the
I Al ...
somo time ago to rid South Hend of ou,er D"liuss.
gambling and undesirable resorts.
"Yes. George that Is, Mr
proposed last night," said t!f
ful Dora, ".md wo'ro ongac- i -.j
and I'm tho first girl ho ew r I vpJ
"Indeed!" repllod Miss Wiso 1
don't notice your ring."
"Oh, he gave mo ono, but I I n 3
tako It back to got it fix-i T e
Btupld Jeweler mado the in - rip
read, 'George to Genevieve.' intrj f
'Georgo to Dora.' Philadelphia Prs3.
advantage and attempt to cut them off
So apprehensive is Gen. Sir James
Wilcocks of such an nttempt at an
ambush that he is doing no more than
to keep his vanguard in touch with
the natives, slowly pressing them
backwards, but venturing no advance
until he has made his position abso
Shots are oxchanged from time to
time between tho advancing nnd r-
fronting armies, but nothing in the na
ture of an engagemonL or oven a live
ly skirmish, enn be said to be in prog
gross. As yet there have been few
Fireman of Dynamited Train Dead.
uutto. Mont. George Erhle, fire
man of tho Burlington Overland
Limited, tho train which was dynamit
ed by bandits Friday near this city.
died early Sunday morning. This
makes tho third fatality of the wreck.
At the shorlff's ofce it was said tho
authorities had obtained no clew as
yet which might aid In tracing tho
men Involved In the plot to bio up
Charge Six with Violating Laws.
Grant Ticket Is Named. 10rr? Haute. Tho return ol
Marlon. Grant county Democrats woH"Ston O'Connor, deputy state
nominated their ticket as fol- Inspector of mines, to field work In
lows: Representatives. Jnmos Strang tn,s "'strict was marked by six nrose-
and A. C. Bryan; sheriff, J. B. McGuf- cul,ons for vlo,ati ot mining laws.
un; treasuror. Dick Beck; prosecutor. AU 11,0 men ar? employed at tho Hud
Wilbur II Williams; surveyor, Victor son n,,no at Farmersburg. and pleas
Barnlqno; recorder. Charles Boxell- of ullty woro entered In each case.
coroner. Dr. Vance: comtnlsaionnr "
First district, Goorge Streib: ramml , Meets Long Lost Brother.
sionor. Second district, T. J. Lucas. -Jenersotivllle.- Willelt Bruner, ar
vTA-iuuiiiuui ui -mo local poilct
City to Rent Sewer. rorco- b,,t now a railroad en
Lognnsport. After having boon Kn?or In Texas, hns arrived here on
carried to tho state lecialntiiro. n vIslt t ''Is famllv nnd brought new?
whore it appeared In the form of son. of a brother, Charles Bruner. whom
ate bill No. 29S, which was iiassed nt 11,0 family had mourned as dead for
ibly. the West 12 ynr8-
"Whenever that man speaks. y
know exactly what he thinks,' re
marked the admiring auditor
"I shouldn't say that," ans red ,v
cautious person. "Eut you kn w x
actly whnt ho thinks his pon'. .
want him to think."
tho. last general assembly.
side sewer fight was ended where it
aiarinu acre three years niroln tho
council chamber. Tho council rntlfimi
the ordinance to lease tin sownr fm.
Contractor Dennis Uhl.
Shortage In County Funds.
Guthrie, Okla. Charles A. Tay
lor, state examiner and Innpector.
received word of a serlnim chnrtnrrn
ness was suffering from paralysis of in the accounts of the last county of-
v... ...., ... uiKOH IO H I dais Of Knv rmin v nn.1nr tu..
years old. and had retired from busl-
sanitarium near Monto Carlo.
In a desperate three-cornered gun
fight, In which 15 shots woro ex
changed on a crowded street In the
heart of Memphis, William F. liar
wood, a saloonkeeper and ward politi
cian, was probably fatally wounded by
John Margerum, hla partner In a 10
Fire In the plant of the Chicago &,
Alton at Hlaomlngton, 111., partially de
strayed the machlno shop and the mo
tive power general offices adjoining
tho records of 50 years being burned.
Tho fire Btnrted In tho record room
Tho loss is estimated nt f 50,000.
Proves Impostor and Thief.
Mncennoa. -Walter Huloliic
amateur baseball player who
puncu ncro ana iinnouncod himself
9R wniter Clnrk. fnmmi,. r ..
Clarksburg. Va.. team, was nrromr.,1
on tho charge of having enterod tho
room or William Isastrldgs In tho
Sehcefer's hotol and stealing a suit
:aso and two suits of clones.
Rev. Phillips to Preach.
W abash. Hev. B. S. Hollonor,r
presiding older of tho Wni.noi,
Death Follows Barn Fire.
Ardmore. Pa. Following a fire
which destroyed tiie barn of Louis
Trll.nnt...1 r .. .
hand. wn fmm.i I n t . '. "' V -Muispori pastor of
. u w u 1 1 V. L 11U1IIII1 III I 1 i I 1 1 1 ' 9i r III Uni' VJ IIiim r 1
ri . . .
Admiral Evans Increases Weight. WestS-n, 7?" . M
i-aso Jtobles, Hot Springs. Cul. vrnr 1.1 " :.:.bW"'
-near Admiral Evans was wolnhnd K" ' , Z ' ... .. ' ... w,c ,,,e8t
Si.n.ln i.ii. . -.wnumB ui JUimiltOIl pnnntv
"UV .ao ana ur- dropped dead nt his homo nt
wh n T , , I , Iimracn80,y Psed. failure. Ho conducted a general nor
when a decided Increase was howB. J chatidlsc store In Wuatfleld.
Wayne County Farmers Lote.
Richmond. Moro definite roporU
from over Wayne county show
that tho damage by the storm was
heavier than wns at first thought. The
most damage was done along the
northern boundary of the county and
especially In tho northwest section.
Hlgglns Quits R:ce.
Shclhyvllle. A. M. Hlgglns, whe I
announced himself on tho Demo
cratic ticket as a candldnto for repre
sentative from this county, hns with
drawn from tho race. Mr. Hlgglns
win remove to Oklahoma to reside.
Congregationallsts to Assemble.
j-iupunc. 1 no nrtioth annua.
meeting of the General Assocla
tion of Congregational Churches and
Ministers of Indiana will bo held ir
tho First Congregational church ol
Elkhart beginning .May 12 and con
llnulng three days.
Ill Health Causes Resignation.
Blchmond. Owing to II! hcaltl
Hev. a. J. Carey, recently nB
signed to the Third M. E. church ol
this city by tho North Indiana confor
once, has resigned.
St. Paul Park Incident.
"Aftor drinking cofToo for
I always felt languid and du!'. 1 .
no ambition to got to my n
duties. Thon in nbout an h" i
a weak, nervous derangement "
heart nnd stomach would con.
mo with such force I would frc;
have to Ho down.
"At other times I had sevc 1
aches; stomach finally heran
fected and digestion bo impale 'I '
I had serious chronic dyspfi
constipation. A lady, for ma--. '
State ProBldent of tho W. C T '
told mo she had been greatly born P '
by quitting coffee and using P" '
Food Coffee; sho wns troul.V 1 '
years with asthma. She sai l 1' n
no cross to quit coffeo wh n
found sho could havo ns dellrh.u ar
article as Postum.
"Another lady who hnd bopn ro'i
bled with chronic dyspepsia for yt.
found immediate relief on ceasing r
feo and beginning Postum tu- '
day. Sho was wholly cured.
another friend told mo that P' '
Food CoITeo was a Godsend to her 1' '
heart troublo having been rollt m I
aftor leaving off coffee and taking a
"So many such enscs cam" to tr
notlco that I concluded coffee
tho cnuso of my trouble and I n'Ht
took up Postum. I am more
pleased to eny thot my days of treu' .
have disappeared. I am wc U ar
happv." "There's a Itcason." It-"
"The' Road to Wcllvillc," in pkgs
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. The)
are genuine, true, and full of hunW