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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. The nclcrnile lovoe limko Weilno.tlrty, I catiliiir tl'e ort ilnmniri' u-Miltlm; fiim nnv ottisle bri'itk. Tlil lovco N t-lirlit tnllos north of Vliici'titiiH, 1ml., mi the llllii'iN ldo. Mnny Ihiiimm' w,.n viiIi 'I trout tlioir fdiiiiiliitiniis 1111,1 itiufli lti 'i)rk lm lici'ii ilniwiH'il. Tin lnoiik iii-vcifoil tho writer nt Wtiiirl, wlion hi iIimmI wh in tho oi'votiil story nf t'V or j lnmi. Tho town hits hoon ntinii (loncil. Two-thinN of l.itwrviii'i County .i ttiulor wntcr. In tunny plnco twrnty foot iivji. Tin lt.iltltiiuro iiikI Ohio Snutlivctirti trucks wore wii-hoil out for a inllo or tnoro mid "I'vornl of the hin:ct tretlo were in iliumcr. The river i.ted nil reounN of ilmwN iiml even tltnt tliroimh whleh (ioorKo ltoeri Clark nnd tilt nriny wmliM to onpture old Vlni'ctttii". QUEEH DAMAGE VErtlMCT CIVEN. Tolootiono Compnnv to Pav $15, OOO for Mnn'.i Ooitli by Shock, A venllct for 1.".INMI iluniiiKo Iiiim 'icon iiroenrod nt Mnlln. l'n.. In n iiolmi 'l.ir ult n cm I n t n teleihoiie miiipiiny. The olilldron of Thouuis !'. Dolnhiint Miod for tlint mini lioonuie of tho doiith of their fnthor from hook ivoolvod over tho tek'tihone, wliMi hud lioett out of older M'voi-nl dity. Uno nlsht u stnttiK' otiinl on me from tlio liHtrtimeut. IMif hunt picked up the reoolvor mid foil lemL A henvlly rlmrwil olootiio liuht wirr wlilch lind fnllen itcto-n tho tolc- lli'ui' clroiiU rnit-ed tin fntill "hock. It wits elitluted hy tin defouditnt In the trhil tlint tho elect lie llttlit eoinimiiy wan nt fault. Was Murder. Not Sutcldn. lr. !'. W. Draper, rounty tuodlonl ex umltier In ltotoii, Iiiih omiuiIiuiI tho (iodic of Mr. and Mr. I'rank A. Itrouti of Uoilindale. formerly of Cliic.iu'o. who died from lmllot woumN tho other day. tnd will report that they were murdered. t tlr.t It wax Mit)iooil that lliown had UU'd his wife and then him-lf. Wlllh JI. WINoii, n Hon of Mrs. Itinwu liy a I'ormor marriage, U under airest. MINEH3 SAVE OOMHADE3. Make Humnn Chain to Hubouo Mon from Doath by Drowning. Chisiiliit; hands In n Ions line, twclvi miners at llrazil, Ind., rescued from a Itoodcd mine ten of their number held prisoners by n KiirjiiiiK torrent. Tho bteakluu of n dam at the ExecMor clay works caused the accident. The ten men were rescued In Kitfety, nlthotiKli two wcie uuroiiscloiis, due to the foul air in the nlopo where they had fouijht refuge. There were twenty-live men In tho alone, and ilftccn had left it nt noon to ent their dinners on the nutclde. When the dam broke It was feared tho ten inside would be drowned, but as noon n.i tho torrent Milxlded oomewlint tho tcxcticrs Mcmmed the current, which roe to their waists. They found their companions til tin extreme end of the slope, and two of them, William Kins and John Mooney, were unconscious, but soon re covered when carried outside, and nro now out of dniiKcr. No one wns hurt. dinnn, John Mitchell or the Cnlted Mine Winkers, 1 M. Attctholt of Akron and Hev. J. S. llttttciU-c. State Senator ,?, W. Stew nit. I A. Henry. W. 11. Hop kins, J. II, Zerbe. Judin T. K. DNetti. Klmer Dover. W. (1. Oswald. II. S. Itateh. I V lIoMon. Harris Cieech. Samuel W. Meek. t'. S. Marslinl Clmml lor and V. II. IIaorot. all of Cleveland. WOULD STOP PANAMA CANAL. CIiIcaro Lnwyor 'llrs t5ll for In junction Aualnnt Soorotnry Shaw. Warren II. WIIon. a lawyer of Chb cni:o, lias tiled In the District Supreme Ctiiitt In Wiislilnctoii, D. C. a bill In eipilty for an injunction niniiiiot Seen tiny Shaw, the reimlilii1 of Panama, the new Panama Canal Company nl I'mtieo and others to stop the construction of the Pnuniua canal, lie asks that Secre tary Shaw be enjoined from perniittliu! the pn.wnent from any moneys under hli control under the pretended nuthoilty ot tin void act ot Juno 1!8, 11111-', entitled "An net to provide for the construction of a canal connecting the wittets of the Atlantic and Pacllle oceans." He avcis that there is no apprtprlatlon by law of any money for the payment of any of tho construction expenses nnd declnrcs that tin act of June ".8, HKC, Is in violation of the constitution of the I'nlted States nml Is null and void. He charges that the treaty Is wholly unconstitutional ami Invalid both In the United States nnd In I'nmimn, In fts essential fcalures, mid confers no rights and luipocs no obliga tions on either of the parties directly concerned, Mr. Wilson charges tlint even If that net were valid Its terms and conditions have not been compiled with nnd do not nuthorizc the proposed pay ment, wlilch will, theieforo, hu alleges, violate the constitution, Plauuo Mortrtl'ty Anoulllniy. Tho latest available bubonic plague returns for the whole of India show the nppalliug mortality of -tO.o'JT in one eek, an Increase of 7.00(1 over those of the preceding week. In tho Punjab and the northwest pnivlnces ouch there Is n death roll of HUMO weekly, in the Horn bay presidency the deaths number $"iW, jnid lu Bengal 0,VW. Shovltn Huos Hrothor. Thomas II. Shevlin. the Minneapolis millionaire lumberman. Is defendant In a ult brought against hlui by lil brother. IMwIn C. Slievlin, for tho rccuery of stock In Crookston lumber companies now said to be worth Jf.'tr.O.tX't1, and ihlch It Is alleged wns olitalned tliroiigh fraud, deceit and abuse uf eontldeutial jelatious. Cravoat Alnrm for Kaiser, According to tho London correspon dent of tho Paris Matin, u dispatch was received from Merlin from a high quar ter, which says alarming news has been received concerning the henltli of Km j'.cror William, owing to a reerudesfcneo .of the throat I rouble for which the Km ,lcror was operated upon last year. Doctor Cannot 3ll Whisky. In St. I.ouls the Court of Appeals do elded that a physician who Is u diugglst . cannot soil wht-jty to a patient for whom t J"1;,. , -' be has pn-scrlbed it. Dr. 'J'. S. Manning j n' " J. iuteiided that, as a druggist, he had u rli-lit to till his own preeiiptlo:i. The lower loun was nuxtiiliicd lu lining lilui HIVAL TO WESTERN UNION. United States Tolejrrci antt Tele phone Corporation riles Pnpors. With tho lillng of Incorporation papers nt Springfield, HI., a new ilvnl to tho Western Union nnd l'ostnl Telegraph compnulcs appears umler the title of tho United States Telegraph and Telephone Company. It Is a consolidation of tho National Telegraph News Company of Chicago, the Semplre Clock Company of St. I.ouls, nnd the Chicago nnd Milwau kee Telegraph Compnny. The new cor poration Is sitld to have a backing ot $:',00),000. Among tho incorporators nro! Cul. (J. Watson l-'rench. president of tho Itepublle Iron nnd Steel Company; Hen ry K. Weaver, president of the Henry K. Weaver Coal Company; Hnrrj Unbelts, nttoniey; Col. Henry I,. Turner, of tho banking tlrm of Henry L. Turner & Co.; Harry I). Critchlleld, general counsel for the Automatic Electric Compnny. SIX DEAD IN CYCLONE. Storm Hlt Cnruthersvlllo, Mo.. Causlntr Oonth and Destruction. A cyclone swept the country twenty i miles north of Cnruthersville, Mo., cniis- I Itiir n iri.nf tosii of llfi mill itiistrovllli: ! thoiiN.iud of dollars' worlli of properly. ' ! ri-l... ,..lM1.d I A !... .1 1 M,ttl,ill,, jk i,t ,,i,-n iiti.u iii-t'll II,, I, I, ,1,1,, ,,,, ,vt,,, news has been linril to get, but as be lated reports comii In the loss of life and property Increases. It Is now known that six persons were killed. Tho Sliue- mailer rnmlly, four lu iiumner, nenr I'oitngevllle, are d"ad and their home Is demolished. Wesley Miller and wife, II. lug two miles north of Mount Pleas nut wero killed nnd their home swept nwny. Their bodies wero blown 200 yards nnd badly mutilated. Miller was n wealthy mill owner and planter. WHITES ARE UNDER ARMS. Extermination of Blacks U Threat ened Near Solsbeo, Tex, Hneinl feeling near Selsbee,-Tcxn, Is very bitter and many of the citizens are under arms. The I rouble arose over n number of negroes tiring on tliteo white men and wounding them. Tho situation lias been aggravated by the muidcr of T. It. McKinnet. nt the Slut roil lumber camp by two negroes, who were anested by Sheriff Hoberts of Hardin County. The sheriff was hi the net of boarding n train with the negroes when some one lu the crowd II led, seriously wounding ouo of tho blacks, ltob Childress, and also wounding the sheriff. White citizens of that section ordered nrms from Sara toga, Krmitze and oilier points, and n wnr of exteimluatluu is threatened on the blacks. BOY STOLEN BY GYPSIES. i John Lldey of Ptoubenvllle, Ohio, I Tolls Police atranuo Story. I A boy who nays ho Is John I.ldey, 18 i jenrs old, was picked up by tho polleu i in Italtimnre. Ho said that his home is in Stoubenvllte, Ohio, nnd gave ids fath ers name as Samuel I.ldey of ."HO North i Main street. "When I was 11 years ! eld." said tho boy, "ouo night in the I summer I was seized by a gypsy near 1 my parents' homo and carried off in a wagon. They took mo to Washington, whero we remained for a week. After to Now York, nnd from there to Norfolk. I enmo to ltiiHIinnio with tlueo gji1")' families, nnd ran away from them. 1 wns on my way to l'ltts liiiig when nrrested." Ames May Be Tried Ajraln. Dr. A. A. Ames, former Mayor of i Minneapolis and the central tiguro in ouo j of the most dlxgraeeful municipal gralt schemes in the hlstmy of the country, i ii.nvleted by the District Couit of ac cepting bribes, but released on a techni cality by the Supremo Court, will bo . tried upon old charges lu a new form. Washburn Collouo Given S75,oOO. ! A. C. Stick, a gas, oil nnd brick .spot- ! i.bitor of Independence, Kau., has given ?".",( 00 for a line arts department at W.ishburn College, Topekn, In I'liuaory j if a son and daughter who at one lime iiteiidcd that institution. INDICT ST. LOUIS POLICEMEN. Fourtoon of city Force and Three Politicians HeM for Fraud. The February grand Jury lu St. I.ouls rctui neil seventeen Indictments against participants at the tecent election out rages at polling places for the Demo cratic primaries. Fourteen of those In dicted are members of the police force, three sergeants and nine oflleers. Tho other III ice aro Central Committeeman John J. I.nvln, his brother. Timothy La tin, nnd one of l.nvin's henchmen, James, alias "Jlminle" Holmes. If theso Indictments nro again knocked out In tho Court of Criminal Correction the licens ed will be reindicted. This will be kept up until they nro tried mid convicted, or ncipiittcd. MINNESOTA MOU STORMS JAIL. Twice Attacks P.utldlmr. but Pris oner Is Uplrltwd Away. Twice n mob stormed the Jail lu I.auesboro, Minn., hi nn elT.rt In -elr.o Charles Powers, arrested on the clinigo of having attacked a 10-year-old girl, but each lime they wero driven back by Marshal Oalllgau and a handful of dep uties. Wldle the leaders of tho mob Mere planning another attack tlio prison er was smuggled away and taken to tho lounty jail at Preston. Powers Is ac cused of having attacked Inez Drake while she was visiting at his home, nnd the girl Is thought to be dying as n re sult of her InJurUs. Cnrman Official Slain. Herr Dufay, tho fiortniin vice consul .u Snltn, Argentina, ha been murdered by nn Italian beggar, who was arrested, Tim motlvo of tho murder Is said to have been revenge. Postorflco Dobbors Socuro S 1 ,000. The postolllce nt !) f Sniff. Ohio, was titerod by robbers nnd the safe blown vith nitroglycerine. The building was lnrtiully wrecked. One thousand dollars hi monoy and stamps was neciired. Editor Murders SlnRr. Frederick fS'rculing. mi editor, was ,'ound guilty of muiderlng Elin Popes .II. a Roumanian singer. In his lintel lu Purls. The case recalls the Miihlcu inths of other women muiei.ui, tlio nyslery In which never hns been olo.iied. L'nnuty Cotsi a Divorce. Elsie Richmond I.overlng, whom Co .iiclln, tlio noted French nctor. called the must bountiful woman In America, was .Tinted a divorce in the Superior Omit in iSoston from Joseph I.overlng on the ground of unfnithfulnexx. $150,000 for Unlvorslty, At TilDn. Ohio, President Miller nn noiincfu that the $1."0,G00 fund for Hel lelberg University Iiml been rained, ex cept u small hnlnncc, which Is guaran teed. Tho money will bo used for en dowing tliu university nnd erecting a new hliildlng. i Mlchlunn Central Frl(rht Wrock. An extra west-bound MIrhlgnn Central freight train wns wrecked four miles w-st of Nile, Mich., by n washout. En gineer Edward French nnd Iirakeman Frank B. Voung of Jackson were scalded to deatLlnthe engine by escaping steam. '.Ten fretsht crs were demolUbed. - REMOVE TWO RIUS FROM BOY. Suraeons Perform Homarkablo Op eration at Baltimore. Itn.viunnd Moore, IS years old, has un dergono a rcmarkablo surgical operation nt llaltlmoro University hospital. 1'neii ii'.onla left him with a persistent forma toln of pus in tho pleural eailty. To rellovo lilm tho surgeons removed tho sixth and seventh ribs on tho right sldo mid In their places substituted hard rub ber tubes to drain tho chest. It is ex pected liint in about six mouths new libs will bo foimed. Tho patient Is conva lescing. Conrnl Arias Is Shot. CJen, Nicolas Arias, nn insurgent lend er wlio gave the tiring order which re sulted In tlio denth of Machinist J. C. Johnson of tlio American, gunboat Ynir kee, Feb. 1, has been captured by gov ernment troops, necoiding to u dispatch from Santo Domingo. After n drumhead court mirtlal ho was sentenced to death nnd shot. i Damagnd by Prairie Fires. , Tho prairie tires that huve been raging in Holt County, Ncbrnskn, have been ! extinguished after burning over nbout oco-tenth of tho county nnd destroying 1 thousands of tons of liny, numerous bnrns nnd sheds, nnd n few houses. Tho loss Is estimated nt S.'O.OOO. 1 Harrlmnn May Oppose I E. II. Hnrriman threatens to oppose. In tho courts tho Hill-Morgan plnu for distributing tho .Virtlicru Sccuiltlcs as sets, claiming tlio right of the Union Pa cific to recelvo back Its Northern Pnclfie slock wlilch was exchanged fur tho stock of tiie securities company. Klllod by Mojootod Flnnco, Timothy Sullivan, n mill worker lit McKeesport, Pa 2!) years old, shot nnd lustnntly killed Cecilia Fnrrell, nged 27, nnd tin ii fatally shot himself. They had been engnged, but tlio girl tired of his attentions mid declined to mnrry him. 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Carroll Avenue and Curtlf Srtroot. WILLIAM HALE THOMPSON Real Estate and Building Loans 237 WEST MADISON ST. Telephone Monroe 678 Fnmous Neoklnco Is Stolon, Murlo Atitolnctte'M fiinioun jeweled iieeUbice. valued at .? HiO.OlM), Iiiim been Helen. It wiih the property of Prlncenn Alice de Itoinbon, who placed It with a velbki.oivn Turin Jeweler for Kiifedicep I ill.'. A mnn Kiibeipienlly eallvl, rcprc Hittlnir hinixelC us u coufldeiitlnl inexxcn Ker of the princchH, nnd Hceiired tho necU hiee. Cut WifB'flThroati Shoots Hlmsolf. In I.oulsvillo Alexander Ctclier, a bar tender, 47 yearn of iirc, out bin wife' throat mid then b.irricaded hlniKcIf In the hoiiKe and killed hlnifelf with a plxtol. Mrn. Creller wiin taken to the hospital, whero her wounds wero pronounced fetid. Two Shot In Trivial QuarrH. Elmer nowcro. nn employe tit the In dependent Powder Company' plmit In CnrthiiKe. Mo., hhot V. I.. Wlldrlck, the titiperlntendent, and Ernest Craw ford, another employe, an a result of a trlviul ijunrrel. It Im believed both will die. Do porta from EaMorn Wnr. Iteport comes from Vladivostok that the Itusslan fipuidron linx returned with Boveral prlzeN, ltieliidlni: n .InpiiiieKO war thlp. Tho Mikado's laud forces defeated the CoMsacks in nn cui;aeiiient between Anju mid Chons-Ju, nfter losing fifty killed. Promlnont ChloKnnnw Klllod. Walter Howe, a full-blood Chickasaw Indian and c.vmcmhcr of the Indian Territory I.egWItitnrc, Is dead as tlio ro suit of an attack made upon him by Monroe I.lttrell, a mm-cltlzcn, who has to far ebcaped nrrekt. Senator Burton Is Convlotod. Senator Ilurton of Kansas was found Kiillty by a jury In St. I.ouls of itshiR his iiillucnce n a United States Senator to prevent the Postolllce Dcp-irtmciit from harrliu: the mails to nu alleged bucket hhop In St. I.ouls. Moh Vhipa a Thief. Winn DavlH, arrested on a chnrco of hluliwny robbery, was taken tfrom tlio Jail in St. Clair, Mo,, y mi armed mob, the members of which whipped tho pris oner until he wns barely able to stand, mid then turned him loose. aTk Y s. K. TCDT-JISK Barber Shop 66 La Salle Street. Oor. Waehlnston OJ Seven Barbers. C OHIOAQO. H"l"Ht"H"-H"l"l"il"l"l"l"t"I"" 'C-H-M-W-.'-l X TCUtPHONB MAIN 3728 4- 4 RICHARD L. CRESCY GEN'L MQH, ILLINOIS AQENOY 701 Chamber of Commerce Building Th Fidelity Mutual Life Imuranca Company of Philadelphia. CHICAGO, ILLS. 4"H'-H-',-:--:-'l"l"I-I''t-'r-H-dl"l"l-t";-l"K-t'l''r'I'l'I't'l't 1 1 1 II "t 1 1 1 1 Destruction by Flro. President Hoosevclt hns been nuked to direct tlint an inquiry be mado by one of tho departments of tlio national govern ment Into the destruction wrought by lira In tho United States. Hanna Memorial Trustees. Tho IIuima Memorial Chulr .Usocla- tiou at Cleveland has elected these tru( tees; 'Oor. Ilcrrick, Secretary of 8 tot, Hay, Senator Dick, Oor. Durbin ot In KIIIh Wlfo nnd Sotf. Charloi (J. White, u clerk employed lu the White House olllcu at Waslilimtoii, killed his wife a'id himself nt Kensing ton, Md. lio had shown evidence ot de- sptiidcncy. Flood Loio In Mlohlsran. Michigan lluuds mo tlio worst since IPS", and loss will reach millions; lifty factories have been shut down at Grand Itnidds and two bridges carried uway lit Lnnslii;'. Union Loadora Indlctod, Nino leaders of tho tcmustcib' union, Inclinlhig Albert Young nnd otlu "ti of Chicago, were Indlcteil by St. I.ouls grand Jury for violence attendant upon a stilku In that city. Dlaohnro Many Employee, The American Locomotive Compnny has discharged about half of Un employee In the Scranton, Va,, ihopi, including Ktvcral draughtirocn, TTT-- THREE -.iifc. aMSHk FIRST-CLASS . ZTs . Si im$&8 MOUSES IJ JgMffi vmwwzAM . Hi&mMJwjri -, firffimrif tiiiaijaiwyri z-. 11 s lutl m Wafirz'& ASH iilnl mnaal - ( ,3 iH&fJ'S . TEL.2993VVENTW0fVr.-t- ..'- LAND THEATRE, Alio ASMIAHO AVE. 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