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THE OHIOAQO B2-A.GHLjH3.
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. A. U. Young, ,n member of the Alle fhetiy County bar. with nu office at 4IW fourth avenue, rittsbtirff, shot hi wife nd then committed suloldo at the Hotel Sti'gel In Wn-OiliiKton, l'u. The couple TPsUtcred as Youns and wife. They had nut risen ut noon the next ilav and when ! ti etl'ort to got In the room fulled, It wns broken open and on the bed lay the dead bodies of the couple. They had on only ibclr night robe. Two wound were in the woman' breast and one near Uie i'.-art of Mr. Young, who still clutched the revolver In hi hand. No reason for the deed Is known. Mr. Young nn the ton of Itov. J V. Young of the l're kyterlun Church nt Prosperity, mid I well known. He went through the Phil ifailiie campaign with the Tenth regi ment. FUN ON THE DIAMOND, ats League Clubs In Race for the Pennant. The clubs tn the National League are standing thus: V. L. W. I Pittsburg ...4S '-'1 Cincinnati ...32 .'11 New York... 41 23 Iloston 27 38 Chicago 40 21) St. Louis 23 45 Brooklyn ....33 32 Philadelphia. .20 45 Following is the standing of the clubs In the American league: V. L. V. U Boston 43 24 New York.... 30 30 Philadelphia.. 30 28 IMrolt 30 32 Cleveland ...34 30 St. I.ouls 23 32 Chicago 31 31 Washington... IS 40 MURDERED FOR 30 CENTS. Poker Debt Leads to Fatal Blows at Davis City, Iowa. Because he owed him 30 cents ns the xesult of a gamo of poker which they SH just finished. Kuoch llurrcll killed Frank Thompson nt Davis City, Iowa. As the game broke up Burrcll demanded his money and when It wns not paid he truck Thompson on tho temple with ids bare fist twice. Death was said to to Instantaneous. Hurrell has been ar .rested and is in Jail at I.nmoul. Bullet Kills Railway Man. Pulaski Leeds, mauler mechanic of the LouUville nnd Nashville llallroad, died from a bullet wound lutlleted by Oeorgo Warner. Tho other day Warner ntert'U Mr. Leeds' olllce nt the .Union station and asked for u letter of rPcomnitMidatioii to another road, hav ing been discharged recently from Sir. Lewi' department. Mr. Ieed refused, whereupon Warner shot htm In the head. The nssnfxlu then shot himself, Indicting a wound similar to that received by his ilcilm, but he will recover. Shot by Alleged Turkish Spy. Peter Kureghlan, editor of nn Arme nian paper In lloton, was dangerously shot by Samuel (iulcsian, nlso nn Ar menian, but who Is charged by the wounded man with being u py In the uipIoy of tho Turkish government. Kureghlan says he has been pursued for years by Turkish spies because of his defense of the Armenians. Bnrs Out "Undo Tom's Cabin." The Howard County Court nt Payette, M., effectually put nn end to all "L'nole Tom's Cabin" shows In that county. In rearranging the lleenso rato for circuses and shows It was di-clded to levy a tax of $200 a day on all 'Tom" shows. How jnl was tho largest slave-holding county In tho State. Large Shoe Firm Assigns. The Shoe ond Leather Mercantile '.Agency of Iloston ho announced the as signment of the large boot nud shoo man ufacturing linn of Ara C'uhuiau A: Co. wf Iloston and Auburn, Me. The firm did u business of $l,2.H,(iO0 a jear ond hu liabilities estimated between $100, tW and S.'OO.OOO. Studebaker Depository Burns, The large carriage depository In San J'raiicNru of Studebaker Uroi. of South Jtcriil, I tul.. wo dcM roved by tire, When slUc-overed the firo had spread to oil ports f the structure and tho firemen could ul' prevent the ilamos going to the nd-nliii(i.- building. Tim total loi U 520,000. Worms Devastate Fields. Alarm is felt over tho pn-M-nce of army worms In the northwestern part of .Vortli Dakoto. Iti-ports liuvo been cnt to Prof Wnldron of tho North Dakota Agri'-ultural Colhvo that tho worms are icVuUtil)g some nt the wheat fields. Drowned In Niagara Rlvor. jut d-ujbt concerning the fate of "Big Kil" Delch.mty. the famotit ' home-run bluer nf the Wn ihlngton flub, ha Ijecn rum- nl. Delehnnty nn. clrowned In the NInan river. His Isjdy lias been reeo t rcl and ieiiti(t-d. Entomhud Mlnari Are Savod, Kigbteen miners were entombed when gafigHsy enved In at the Itt-ading Coal j ad I t-in Company' III.' Mountain col liery at Shutnoklti, Pa. A rescuing party droru a holt- into thp mine through an old ilnfH and r-.if,lieil thu miners, who were jlivi und iiniiiJuriMl. Farmer Bid for Help. At Vlcturi-i. Knn., n colored man asked f,.r bids f.ir .i bund who uviiM pitch to the stuck nil of the grain one honker niUt cut. On this condition tho negro brought a $0 a day bid. Cerman Princes to Coma. It I iml officially announced that, ns further dfmonstratlon of the entente !-tvrr,n the Imperial government and the Called States Prince Adalbert and Priticfc Henry of Prusila, with their suites, have I'Wn authorized to visit the St. Loals exposition. Prince Adalbert it Kcoperor William's third son, He Is 10 jer of age. Booker Washington Speaks. Booker T. Washington, In an address at taolsTille, said tba negro rac U pass log through a trying psrlod of dsrelop 31 1 nt. and aaks Justice for criminal, re sanlleM of color. , MAKES WIPE WORK AS HORSE. Nebraska Man May Be Lynched for Hltchtna Woman lo Harrow. Joseph Iloldoebler, a native of Austria, ha. been bound over to the District Court "' Randolph, Neb-, under $500 boeds for wife boating. Ills offenso wns brutnl and the people of Itnndolph declare they will lynch him If the court does not do jtistlcu In the cafe. Iloldoebler came there early this year nnd with ?S00 of his wlfo'a money bought machinery nnd rented n farm near by. Mrs. Iloldoebler Is slightly built, but Iloldoebler has been usjng her for a horse when he was short of animals. A spccli'.c instance was re ferred to in the trial, when Iloldoebler hitched hi wife to n disk harrow on Sunday. He carried a rope and when she lagged behind the lionet he flogged her with the rope. She then escaped to a neighbor's with her U-months-old baby. The neighbors iHTSiiudcd tho woman to return when her husband promised to not mistreat her again. But when she reached home with her child her husband knocked her down and choked tho baby. When the officers summoned by tht neighbors arrived they found the hus band rocking a cradle In which lay the child, naked and with bruises showing all over Its body. It nlso developed In the trial Hint Iloldoebler advertised for another wife and rend the answers to Mrs. Iloldoebler to torment her, In the court room Iloldoebler crawled about, clinging to his wife' knees and begging for mercy. The wife at last refused to listen to him, and he went to jail. EARTHQUAKE SHIFTS BEACH. Many Houses Floated Away from Dyea by Changed Tides. Sknguay advices statu that a recent earthquake so shifted the beach at Dyea that the tides now run up Into Dyea a mile further than before. Many houses have floated away Into Lynn canal. Tho Chllknt Indians have been given pas time In picking up the floating cottages and towing them to shore between Dyea and Pyramid harbor. Some braves havo succeeded ill getting two houses, but these havo been required by the chief of the Chllknts to divide with their less for tunate tribesmen. For several years Dyea has been deserted, ns business wnt transferred to Skngu.iy when White Pass llailroad made the Chllkat pass routo the gateway to the Yukon. Both Sknguay and Dyen arc built In narrow valleys running Inland from Lynn canal. CUTS OFF THE PATRONAGE. Rural Froe Delivery System Is Taken Out of Politics. 'Tho entire rural free delivery service Is to be taken out of politics. It will not hereafter form any part of federal patronage. The suggestions of Senators and Beprescntntives will carry no more weight than those of ordinary citizens. Fourth Assistant Postmaster General BrNtow, with the full approval of Mr. Payne, with the fiscal year beginning July 1 ha completely revolutionized the rural free delivery system. Congression al districts havo been eliminated as fac tors In establishing new routes. State will hereafter form tho unit on which tho system Is based. It Is Impossible to overestimate the solvation Mr. Brls tow's now policy will create. BIG PLANT IS BURNED. Hammond Packing Company Suf fers Lqss of About $ 1 ,500,000, I-'Ire nt St. .Joseph, Mo., destroyed the main building of the Hammond packing plant, causing a loss ettimatcd nt $1, COO.OOO. The Nelson Morris plant wns saved by heroic work. It Is reported thnt two, ami possibly three, men lost their lives. One of theso wns Fire Mar shal Charles Miller of the Hammond plant fire department. Tho name of tho others aro not known. Charles Cullcn, a watchman, who gave the alarm, may die from the effects of smoke. Samuel Osle nnd Daniel Smiley were seriously Injured, the latter by a fall ond the for mer by smoke. Tho loss is entirely cov ered by insurance. GOVERNMENT WANTS $2,000,000 United Stntos Sues Montana Poo pln for Taking Timber. The L'nlted States government has In stituted Milt in the federal court at Uutte, Muiit., against tho Anaconda Copper Company, tho Hitter Hoot Development Company, tho Marcus Daly estate, Wil liam Setllon nml others for $2,003,000, being the valuit of timber alleged to hae been unlawfully cut from tho public do main In the western rorervn of Montana. F. A. Mayniifl, perlul United States at torney, o i-ent from Washington to bring this unit nud prosecute other itml lar cares. More Boats for Evans. Tho Nuvy Department has ordered the battleship WUcouin, tho first class cruisers Albany, Cincinnati and Knleigh to tho gulf of Pechlll, China, to augment Bear Admiral Lvam.' sipindron. In ad dition, thu iirmored cruiser New York, thi cmltcr Marhh'head and the gunboat Bunulugton, now mi summer crulso un der command of Bear Admiral Glass, are to Join Bear Admiral Uvaus' squad ron nt ence. St, Louis Cars Collide. Fifteen persons were Injured In n col lision between two street cars at tho In tersection of Olive street nnd .leffersou avenue, St. Louis. A. G, Killu, motor rnnn on the Olivo street car, Is not ex- (H-cteu to recover. Both cars vteru IllleU with passengers. Montana Under Snow Mantle, Snow was general In Montana Thurs day, slight flurries being reported from all over the State. Thu fall was heavy on the continental divide. The tempera ture dropped to 45. The snow alternated with cold rains. Great damage to crops Is feared. One Slain, Three Injured. One man was killed and three wert perhaps fatally Injured at HteelvllII Jo., in a battls with wolws, la wall t tho participant were Sheriff V. It. Tnff of L'rawfori! County, Ills deputy, Perry Ivei: Deputy Mnrslinl John Woods, Itoli ert Stnrk. n farmer, and til son Mr schel, nsed 23 years. Robert Starks wns shot tliroush the heart and killed. The trouble originated In the refusal of young Starks to submit to nrrest. CAPS EXPLODE) THREE DEAD. Pyrotechnics at Factory In Chicago Wreck Building. Three men lost their lives and more than n score Mere injured In a terrific ex plosion which occurred in n toy gun and percussion c.ip factory nt 7043 mid 7045 South Chicago nvenue, Chicago. One man was burned nud Injured so badly that he may die. Many people residing within n radius of half n mllo were shocked severely. For blocks around windows were broken In dozens of build ing nnd foundations were shaken, the general effect being that of an earth quake. The three persons who were kill ed met death Instantly. Their bodies were blown Into atoms. The explosion occurred nt 5:00 o'clock. Although the stories of the cause differ, the one gener ally credited by the police Is that boxes containing strips of tho percussion caps were being loaded Into a wagon backed up to the walk directly in front of the building. It I supposed that one of the three men who were killed had taken n box of the explosives to place in the wagon; thnt he either dropped tho box or threw It Into tho wagon sufficiently hard to set off the caps. NEED HARVEST HANDS. Great Crops of Grain Ara Rapidly Ripening In the Northwest. Inquiries for harvest hands nrc still coming .Into the otllce of the Nebraska commissioner of Lnbor. Farmers from n down counties in the southern and south western part of the State have scut In requests for aid In obtaining hnnds, A large number of applications for places in the harvest fields have also been made, and theso hove lioeit promptly shown where they could find good Jobs. The olllce hn. no way of furnishing transpor tation to tho workers who go out Into the fields. Tho crop In the southwestern part of the State Is especially heavy and unless help can be hnd Immediately thou sands of dollars will be lost In grain that will necessarily go to waste. BULGARIA ON AGGRESSIVE. t Twenty Thousand Reserve Sent to the Turkish Frontier. It Is believed thnt Bulgaria will send an ultimatum to Turkey. Twenty thou sand Bulgarian reserves and regular troops aro hastening to the Turkish frontier. Bulgaria appears unwilling to consider the admonitions of the great powers to maintain peace, notwithstand ing tho note sent to Sofia, In which Bul garia was warncsl that Austria and But sin were In accord and that tho Bulga rian complaints against Turkey were con sidered exaggerated. Dynamite for Big Plant. An attempt was made to blow up the plant of tho Colorado Springs Electric Company with dynamite. One hundred and fifty sticks of dynamla?, weighing revcnty-five pounds, were heaped along the north end of the big building nnd n fuse was lighted. The explosion of one stick scattered the others for 200 feeh saving the building nnd the lives of sev enteen employe. Double Murderer Hanged. David Shaud, who shot and killed Mrs. Ida Becker and Policeman Cyrus Slinef for, was hanged In the Jail yard at Leb anon, Pa. Shaud, who became angry at Mrs. Becker for testifying against him in court, met the woman on the street nnd shot and killed her. When the policeman went tn nrrest him nt his home, Shaud nlso shot and killed him. Catholic Leader, Is Shot. Andrew Hudnek, ncd 3." years, of Freoland, Pn., treasurer of the Pennsyl vania Slovak Catholic Union, was found dead in Ids butcher wagon ns the horse nttached to the vehicle came Into the limits of Kreolnnd from Sandy Bun. There was a bullet hole in Hudock's temple nnd n revolver wns found along thu rondslde. War Craft Breaks Record, Tho United States battleship Kear sarco broke all ocean reenrds for speed In tho battleship class in Its voyoi;a to Kiel, inakini; a total distance of 3,345 miles from New York to the Needles at tho hlh'li avernue speed of 10.02 miles on hour. It made tho entire run without n sluulo stop or dUnrrauKcmcut of ma chinery. Terrlblo Accident In Virginia. Twenty-four persons were killed nnd thirty injured by the wreck of n South ern Hallway passenger train near Bock flfJi, Va. The passenger crashed lntotn local freight, Tho engine nnd express car were demolished nnd tho baggage car telescoped through a coach In which wcro tunny immigrants. Drowns with Boy He Tries to Save. Kilns 1). Trimble, an old nnd well known resblent of West Nontleoke, and Wesley Kyttle. aged 14 years, wero drowned In tho canal near Harvey's Creek. The former made nil attempt to recite the boy nnd both were caught In uuderhriiih and drowned. Younn- Filipino nt Yale. J. I'. I.tigdameo, a cousin of Agtilnnldo nnd n protege of liov. Tuft of the Philip pines. Is In New Haven, Conn., preparing for n course in I'ore-.try at Yale. Lag dainen Is the second of his race to cotno to Yale. He Is 'Jl years old and has studied nt several American universities. Dr. Charlos Lancaster Dead. Ir. Charles Lancaster, nuthor of sev eral medical books and high sehool gram mar", is dead at Plaiufield, N, J., In his f tilth year. Within n few days before his death he enjoyed good health ond lecent ly wa engagiil In revising tho iiuinu Kript of ii new biKilc. Total Flro Lossos for Juno, The firo Iocs of thu United States nnd Canada for the month of June, as com piled from thu carefully kept records, shows n total of $14,0&i,:i5O, or over 4,000,000 more than the sum chargeable agalm.t tho sninu month in tho preceding year, Factories Aro Tied Up, Fourteen fitrnlturo and wood working plants have been closed In Chicago on ac count of thu Hriko of 1,500 crnftsmon. Ten manufacturers, most of them stnnll operators, signed tho union ocalo and their factories arc running. Fire Costs Two Lives, In n firo believed to havo been of In diary origin, Mrs. T. B. Goodnight wns burned to death at Wilmington, Cnl., and hor husband wns fatally burned In try ing to savo her. Their homo was de stroyed. Mob CharRes Mllltla. 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