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THE OHIOAOO 13AOLE.
C If- i M 'S W .a FOR EAGLE READERS. News from All Parts of the World Carefully Selected from the Press Telegrams. A Weekly Digest of the Most Important Facts and Happenings for Busy Readers. All tlic persons Myitis III ll'C flvo-rlorj Ithrrvlew lniiltlliiit nt 1 niul .'I North (ilurU street, CliUiiKd, pucniM'il ilcntli nt '-' it. in. Hip other ilny frotti the tire which Win illic(ivprt'il on the fourth floor of the linlMltitf. (.'Inyloii Huh, hi wife mill hit liflicv. Alliert Knlrrhllil, were asleep on tin' second floor when till flumes were ithrovereil. Through ilense miioIcp tliey Kropi'il tholr wny to xnfi'ty. Soon the entire luilhllnir wns nllnini1. Tln roof fell in, rnrryliiK llio third mill fourth floors with It. This wns folloui'il liy the colhipxp of the south mill went wiiIIh. For n time It ivitu reported thnt severnl persons IiiiiI lo.t thi-lr lives, mill Hint others linil Iippii xnffocnteil In the Ashlmnl loilk'litK house mlJohiltiK. Investigation, howpvrr, dispelled t lilt rmiinr. The po lice KPiirclipil tlic IimIkIiik houses near tin- ruin, hut found no om serloinly nf fpctpil. TIip loi It estimated nt flli.'JOO. 'I'll in It illxtrihtitpil 'unioiiK prltitlni; llrms mill IIip hiiIooii mill 1'iiiRvrt hull on the Hour owned liy Hush. EAHL WINS RICH AMERICAN. Mlas Allco Thaw to Wed Yarmouth. Son of a British Marquis. Mrx. Wllllnm Thaw, forinprly nf Win lnirx. hut now ronlilluu in Wiislilimttui, unuoiiiippt the eiiKnisemeiit of her ilnush trr. Mint Alice 'J'liinv, to I In- Kail of YHrnioutli. Mitt Tlnnv Inherited SI. (100.000 In lur nun rlitlit from her fut It er, who wiin mi Iron iiinnufiiptiirpr, mill will succeed to ntiotlipr law fortune on the ilcntli of her mother. No date lint Iippii set for the wedding. Miss Thaw llfxt mot tho Karl of Viirmouth, who It the eldest noli of the Mnnpilt of Hert ford, uliotit three months iiko. LIU Lost In Hotol Fire. The St. Clair Hotel, one or the Inrcext hostelrles of Port Huron, Mich., wus dei.troyed liy lire. A mini named Worthy, employed nt the hotel ns n yardman, x mlxtliiK mill It believed to lime. Iieell liurnpii to death. Milton Caniphell, n lire limn, wnt fatiilly eruxheil under fulling wnllx. All the hotel KHcsts iiiiutc theli csenpe. Hotel Man Killed In Duel. A telegram from Cnrislmd, N. M., xnyt (ieore II. lliitohlnx, pniprletor of the Hotel Hl-hlltx, nnil one of the liext-known newspaper eorretpondentx In the South wext, wiin xhot mill killed liy Clahe Mer ehnnt of Hl..ck Hlver in n street duel. Merchant wns wounded, hut may recov er. The men iiiiiirreted over u trllliu mutter. Against Woman Suffrage. The question of allowing women the right to roti; came up In the Senate nt AuKiixtn, Me. A lengthy speech wnx miuiii In fuvfar of womnn miffrngB liy Pijnntnr Stnplet, of Knox County. The rote xtood 12 to li! mid President Virgin lirokp the tie by voting ugulnxt the xuf frnglxtx. Revolver Found on Pupils. When Superintendent Ogg of the Ko- komo, Ind., elty school ordered nil the boys In xrhool cen relied fur wenpons nluuit MM) ".".-caliber plxtolx were found. The boyx claimed they were toy gun for blnnk cartridge, but nil hud londed cart ridges In them. Chief of I'olleo Taylor prdiiounccd tho plxtolx deadly weapon. 12,000 Fire-One Killed. One man wnx killed mid ? 12,000 dnm nge done by n -tire which partially dp. Mroyed the plant of the Kuxt Liverpool Sagger Company, mnuufncturcrii of pot terx' xuppllex ut Enst Liverpool, Ohio. A telephone lliiemnu niiined MeAleer, who wax aiJeep on the third lloor, whs miffo entcd. River Steam'r Capsizes. Kighteeii person drowned hiijI others rescued In n xerioUM condition It tho re sult of tho passenger xtenmer Olive being struck by n cyclone mid sent" to the bot tom of Chowan Hlver, near Kdenton, N, C. A majority of the puxiengerA nnil crew were below nt the time, and hud 110 chimco to save themxplvex. f Protocol Is Slgnod. Seerotnry liny for the United States nud Mr. ltowcu for Venexueln have sIkii rd n protocol providing for the adjust ment of United State1; elalmt ngaliiKt, Venezueln by a commission to meet ut CaracaH. Anti-Trust Law Is Valid. The Illinolt Supreme Court ruxtnlned tho iintl-tmst law of 18111 and amend inentH of 1S!):i. Corporntlonx nro held liable for lines. In cane of failure to niuku yearly report on utllliutloii with com blues. Left Without 0s Supply. Dnyton, Urbniia, Sidney, I'iiiuu mid Troy, Ohio, have Ix'en without natural pax. Ten thousand people dependent up on this fuel for heat were almost frozen out and members of many fnmllleii re mained in bed to keep warm. To Work for the Transvaal. Joieph li. Davy, Instructor in botany nt the University of California, has been appointed chief agriculturist mm botan ist of tlui Transvaal government nt mi initial xulnry of $,",000 u year nud ex penses. Confesses He Klllod His Wife, Samuel J, Keeler has confessed to Vt'osecutlng Attorney (iard nud Coroner Sharkey nt ilnmlltmi, Ohio, that ho kill ed hlx wife, Keeler it still weak from loss of blood, caused by hid slaslilnw' hit throat with a razor, Odd fellows' Tomple Assigns. Tho Odd Fellows' Templo Compmiy of Clnelnnutl .nsBlgned to Marcus' Warth, The oxxets consist of tho temple, valued nt (250,000, on which tho Central Trust Company of Cincinnati has u mortgiigc for (225,000, with Interest for ouu your aue. Mltos Reaches New York. General Nelson A. Miles reached New York from his fle moutfci' trip around the world, lie declared that tho Japan eve army and nary nro well equipped and disciplined; 1 that tho Siberian railroad's rbadbed equals that of western Amerl- BIRTH RATE ON INCREASE. Result Shown In Analysis of Census Figures for Last Decade. Analysis of the statistic on blrtht compiled by the twelfth census dot's not bear out the contention tlinl tlic uiriu rnte In the United Stnte.t Is decreasing. At least the llgnrex, liaxed on what the compilers f part 1 of the. vltnl xtatlxtlcs sny are Imperfect dntn, Indicnto that there, wut n slight Increase In tho birth rnte for the decennial period of 1S0O 1IMX) over that of IWxMSW). Not Ihu leant Iiitprexllng feature It thnt tho greatest increase occurred In tho north eastern or New Kngliind group of Stntc, which liieludet New York. In thl divis ion tho Increase wax 1.7 per 1.000. An analysis of thou llgurex, Including thn nvernge nmiiiul exoest of blrtlit over dentin for the period from 1MMJ to HWO. shows the following rexilltx: United Htiiles lllrtli rnte IS!H), 2H.1); execsx of births over deatlix. 17.7: birth rate 1000, 27.2. Northeastern dliloii lllrth rnte 1WK), 22.1; excess or blrtht over deaths, 1I.S: birth rnte 1IKK). 2:-8. Central nml northern division lllrth rate 181)0. 20.8; excess of births over deaths. 18,-lj birth rate UH0. 2.".l). Southern division lllrth rate 181)0. IK). I: excess of births over deaths. 10.8; birth rnte 11)00, 111.5. West ern division llirlli rnto 1N0. -'-'.!); ex cess of blrtht over deaths, 18.7; birth rati 1IKW. 22.8. THROWN KHOM WINDOW. Quick Action of Tenchor Probably Saves Manv Live. The Cntdvudl school nt Tlmyer. 111., was burned In the ground the other morning mid many of the children were serlutcly injured by being thrown from the second-story window by their teacher to escape cremation, The lire started from the furnace in the basement. The 100 little children mi Ihu lirst Hour map aged to escape quickly. The stairway lending to the second lloor burned liko tinder, cutting oir nil ecnpe. mid nt 11 Inst ri-ort Mist Martin, the teacher, threw the pupils hi her en re fru-u the second xlory window to save Ihelr llvet. The older boyx had little dllllculty In dropping from the window sill to tho ground below, but the younger children and the girls were terror-stricken. Miss Martin's heroic meiirurex saved tho lives of severul of the little folks. Mlxx Mar tin remaiiHil hi the building, entirely en veloped In Haines, until the lust child wnx out. when she. loo, Jumped from 11 second-story window. BOY ACCUSES HIS FATHER. Bays Mother. Found Murdered, Had teen btruok with bolssors. Fred Uelgcr, arrested In Cincinnati on suspicion of having murdered his wife, wns before Acting Superintendent of Po lice Casey and told the story that ho found his wife dead on his return from visit to his mother. He says he found evidence of burglars In the house. The woman wns found lying on the kitchen sink with her head under the faucet. Her skull wns crushed nud her face had many jugged wounds. The 4-year-old sou, vtho wns the only witness, told his grand mother thnt his father struck his mother with the scissors, lllnody scissors were found hidden under the sink. Carneglo Offers Aid, Andrew Carnegie's latest effort to ful fill his wish that he may die poor Involves tho payment of debts for oppressed na tions, It lias becomu kuiiwirthnt during tho Venezuelan negotiations, when !er many seemed about to force heavy cash payment, the millionaire Iron muster made a delinlte nud emphatic offer to pay the. bill for the sake of peace. Fire In a Washington Hotel. A lire in the Hotel Lawrence In Wash ington threatened destruction of the building nud the lives of I'.Ti guests. Tho guests were quietly uotilied, mid vacated Ihelr rooms. Three descended tho lire escape without stopping to dress, mid several were carried out. Two liremeii were badly shaken up by n falling Hour. The property loss wns small. Explorer Frozen to Death, Engineer Vance, of the Canadian I'a cltic exploration parly ,011 the new Hue to Edmonton, was found frozen to death near l.lznrd I.nke, where ho wns explor ing, He had sent his driver ahead with Instructions to prepare a camp nud was following on suowslioex, The tliermom tter registers tlK below r.ero. Will Fix tho Alaska Linn. The American members of the joint tribunal to arbitrate the Alaskan bound ary Issue under the terms of the treaty with ISrcnt Hrllaln have been selected. They lire Whim Hoot, Secretary of War; Beuutor Henry Cabot Lodge, of Massa chusetts, nml Senator George Turner, of Wushlngton. Catt'n Starve on the Range. A blizzard litis been riiglng over the entire llocky Mountain region. The ranges are covered with two feet of snow mid cattle and sheep, unable to Hud grnz jig, ore dying by hundreds. Cattle are 11 poor condition owing to n series of levci'u tonus and lack of liny. Manual Lnbor Scaroo. It. li. Dun & Co.'a review reports Iiinunry railroad earnings 1M per tent greater than for 11)02; tralllc congestion relieved only lu favored districts; coko itipiily Increased; manual labor scarce lu nil industries, Predlots Uprising of Negroes, An armed negro uprising Is predicted by John S. Wise of Virginia lu address nr 1 Inntill tint ilttimtt llotttntl ttiiimni. agement of blacks declared responsible; South must be toldo let negroes vote, or have representation cut. King Onens Parliament. King Edward, accompanied by Queen Alexandra nud rurnmmled by the court a'ld nil tho oftleers of state, opened Par liament Tuesday afternoon. Maine Claims Dismissed. The Spanish treaty'clalms commlsulou has dismissed tht 152 cases nrislng front the destruction of the United State bat tleshlp Maine in Ilnvnim harbor Feb. 15, 1808, on, Hit; ground thnt Individual claim" do not nrisc lu favor of the oil) cprs nud seamen of a ship of war for lu juries received while III Hue of duty nud for which a foreign government Is re sponsible. TRYINO TO BUY SHIPS. Van Home Confirms Report of Rail way's Negotiations for Fleet. Sir Wlllliim Van Home, chairman of the board of the Canadian 1'iicllic Hull wny, who nrrlved In New York the other day from Havana, wnt asked whctln'r It was correct that the Canadian I'liclllc was negotiating for the North Atlantic fleet of tho Klder-I)elnitter Hue. lie re plied: "I have been nwiiy from home mine time mid I do not know whether or not the negotiations hiiM' been ion eluded. I do not know Jut how fnrt the matter hat gone, but we hao been negotiating with the line fur the pur chase of from i dozen tu u do.eu and 11 half of their shlpt for some time. 1 call not say jiitt what iiuuilsr we have been (iglirilig on, but It It somewhere between these ligurcr:. This move of ours it in mi wny uti effort t nnpete with the Mor gan combine for bulnet tu divert tin) tralllc from New York. The Caiiiulhiii 1'aelllc lias plenty of hiitluetsi for 11 line of its own iicrott the ocean." MAIL LOSES $00,000 PARCEL. Bank Letters Disappear from Pouch on Llilcdtrn Tr.iln. A li.npb in',, nf liillert f-iiiiliilnlng till- wnrd of il),0U0 In commercial paper wns lost 111 ill.. tioullll mill, .trill, 11 1111111 11 pourh mi the I'eutisyivuiilii train leaving Louisville at midnight .Inn. ill nud run ning to Chicago by way of Indianapolis. .v uiornugii investigation liy tue puxnii lllltllol'llt.iy li.ia r,ill..il l.i lil-ftifllpo the missing package. Tho loss wnt first inane known hy complaints coining to inr Indianapolis postotllce from towns along the lln,.. Tu 1.11 tv.. 111 a ...itiiiitiitiitt hiivi been made and nearly all speak of letter lost with commercial paper in tliem., Halikx nt .leffersonvllle. New Albany. Sol- Icrshnrg, Kdinhurg, Columbus nud Frank Mil nte among those reporting lottes. The mall wns nil from Indiana. The theor nt the Indianapolis putiolllce it that tin pnekngo wnx left In a pouch after II u-flti llinlliflil t.. tin.-.. In... 11 Miltilleil. through the carelessness of an employe KILLED UY POWDERED GLASS. May Hava Been Murdered for Hit Monoy or Jealousy. A ftnnmiil ,. iiiiiIikiiImi, ,tf ilia titnfilnt.l of .Jacob l". Sieger, tlie Kuuuit travellii( man, rormeily of Milwaukee, Wis., win wax loiitui ueaii 111 u rooming inme 11 IClltlsllM (Ml., liny iIImi.Ii.-ii.iI 11 tuMulinlillfn of powdered glass. Tlie police bellevt Meger wat miirilereil rnr lilt iuouy whlle ( t staled alto that there it 11 Wntnnii In lb.. ,.tn.i u-hn intL'lif hitv.i urn looted the murder through jealousy. Sie ger was to have Iteen married to 11 ivuli sat woman wltlilnHwo weeks. Tlie three llJllllwil-U tllut M.I. Ill ..'till Slt.,1.,,, III'.. Ulll being held on suspicion of having hnowl cilge or the erlnie. MISSINQ MAIL POUCH IS FOUND. Valuables Supposed to Be Stolon at Indianapolis Are Safe. The mall pouch that dltappenred freur n 1'eiiusylvaiilii train from Louisville tc Chicago .Ian. .11 nud wux thought to have U'cu stolen from the Union station Ir. Indianapolis, came in the other day i-vei tho lllg Four from ('liiclmiuti, but how It got there Is 11 mystery. Though the pouch contained 11 gleat deal of valuable, mail, fjr-.OIIO , ,...,ftM being 11 part uf it, It wux not of leather, but of canvas, tlie kind generally used fur paper mull. The ludluiiiipiilit postniiici- olllclals think It wns transferred by mistake to n Cincin nati train. BRIDEGROOM IS SENT TO JAIL. Story of Wealth Told In Omaha by an Ohloan Proves a Myth. Hugh V, Melsuerof Toledo, Ohio, play ed n, star engagement lu Omiihu for two weeks. During thnt time ho married Miss Isabella Nichols, 11 society girl of tho city, contracted for the erection of nu elegant residence, purchased furniture to furnish a home, got possession of 11 $000 piano, told stories of nil Immense fortune just left him by hit 'father lu Toledo, borrowed -JI.'O fiom 11 friend of his wife, mid Is now In jail, bis whole story hav ing proved u myth. Pal Crowe In Liverpool. .1. .1. Crowe of Council UlulTs, Iown, has received a letter from Fuglnud xtut lug that 1'tit Crowe, his brother, alleged to have been connected with the kidnap ing of I'M ward Cudiihy, Jr., Is now in Liverpool. The letter states that I'nt Is employed as n solicitor for a wholesale house, nud Is receiving $200 a month salary, lie litis been a soldier lu Ihu itoer wur. Prlnclpnl Shoots a Pupil. Professor Hill, principal of the high school at llyannls, Neb., xhot and seri ously Injured Henry Itceiu, 11 pupil, mid was Inter badly beaten during a I'glit with He-cm and two companions. Hill hud ordered lleem from the room mid upon hlx refusal to gu ittwmpted forcibly to remove blm, Two i-iticr boys came tu llcem's aid and attached the principal. Hold-Up Monev In Chicago. Franklin liner, alias Joseph Meyer, alias Meier, who wut nrrerted III Haiti more 011 the charge uf robbery, told De tective O'Dcn thnt lie hail been concerned In 11 recent hold-up oil the Northern l'a cltic, lu which he secured I lie larger part of the sum of !ll,il.i0, which, ho says, in to his credit in tho Drovers' National Haul; of Chicago. Nobbnr Ct Hloh Fnmllv Plato. In I'liiliiilfliililii tin) ri'slili'iii'o of Will Inm (.'. llullltt, wim Is a iiu'IiiIht nf tliv llnu of (.'urtiior, Cm run tV llullltt, cuul (iH'i'iitiirs In t In l'ociiliniitiis tlt'lils, wuk cntiTfil uy biirulurs lust ulKlit, wim c-nr-rli'il nit' lliu fiiinlly iilnli'. vnliu'il ut ". IK)0. Nriirly every iirticli uf sllverwuiv of tiny iili."0 wiis stolon. Vnssnl Is Run Down at Soa. Tin' !iiiii!iilnu l.iuu sli'unu'r Viincmi vi'r.for Huston from.MfilltwTiiiU'iiu ports, wits run down mid liuilly Injuml liy tliu Hpaulli stoiuucr Ixlu, ulilli' li'iivluu l'outii Hi'l tlmilii. pi-liiciinil port of tliu Azores. The oxtciit of tliu iIiiiuuku Is not Stlltl'll. SlRn tho Protoools. Protocols limuiHlliittdy ruininn Vcnpzup Inn bloukiulu and ri'fiTrlnn pri'torcnco ilUputo to Tho lIiiKUu court wt'iu sluncil nt inldiilKht I'lliliiy lu WiisliliiKtnu, l'ivs jilt'iit Itoosovi'lt will niiuio uiuplro if m' eil trlhuunls fall to sottlit other ili'iiiuiids; cnpturi'd warships must bo returned. Cortelyou In the Cabinet, (leorgo H. Cortelyou litis been noin innted and cunllrnicd ns Secretary of tho Depart nun t of Commerce and Labor. William I.otdi will succeed him ns secrc tnry tu tho President, .la men It. Garfield lias been teleeted for Commissioner of Corporations lu the now department. Flv Injured In Smash-Up. 'Frisco local passenger train in,' north hound, was wrecked nt tho Oirrird and Jopllu Junction, cast of Pittsburg, Kan. Tho entire train wits derailed mid live passenger Injured, none, it Is bcllcvr.-d, Xatnlly. . Hotel Telephone Central 4172 HOTEL EUROPEAN PLAN Hotel, Restaurant, Buffet 140-142 EAST MADISON ST. Henrici Hotel and Restaurant Co. PHILIP HENRICI, JR., President. ROBERT J. RENSHAW Painting and Decorating 1438 Wellington Street. Telephone 141 Lake View. LUTHER LOOMIS President ILLINOIS STONE CO., Dimension and Rubble Stone QUARRIES AT LEnONT. Main Office, cor. 22d and Lumber Sts. TeiEPHOXB CANAL f JO. Yard No. I. Yard No. 3. 22d A Lumber Sts. 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They arc in daily use in factories, fn homes sewing all grades of work, from heavy leather to finest mult. Not How Cheap But How Good! Should be your guide In purchasing a Sewing Machine and do not be E satisfied without first civing the "No. o" a trial. Manufacturing Co. Ave., Chicago. Ills. O. O. ACLIK, so. and Traaa COLONY BUILDING 444frH - - K - 'l' - H - 1 III I AID JOBB1BI Of A? I UII 1 II i Iff m OFFICES CM tines. muX&:ji. vM.gt.rln t ,y-