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THE OHIOA.OO E3jAuC3-2L,EI. -f-VS 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. Erery person on two Scioto Valley traction cars wna Injured In a head-on tlll!on near Hookers, twenty iiiIIm touth of Columbia, Ohio, ntul it Is feared neveral were buruwl to death. The wreckage, of both cars was completely t-oiisitm,.) lir tli Apa tit r.!t.t..t tin oullMon. resultlnB front the contact of ! NTfHt Ocore Meredith, who In nn In Kpllnter with the third rail used. The rrvlt'w ' te London Dally Mall jvel- collision was between a mith.loiin.l tws. ' nenper car from Columbus nud a north liottud coinblnnriou bagcape and work i-ar. There wore eleven jKHMMiccrs on the outh-bottnd car nnd five on the other. The two cars were telescoped to bout half their length. BASS BALL SEASON. Progress of Raon for Pennant. Now Coin On. The club in the National Leasue arc tamlltiR thus; W. I,. W. New York.. 101 -to St. Louis... .70 CbJcaco ....St) ri7 Ilrooklyn ...,M ClncJnnatl ..81 ill lionon 61 Tittsburs ....) OU'hlladelphla .47 The club In the National League are standing thus; w. r,. w. i,. HoMon b? :,:, Philadelphia.. IW N-w York... SI M St. Iottl (12 78 Chicago ....S'l r.! I Detroit 57 ft! Cleveland ..70 01 WaoultiBton .01103 LIFE TERM FOH UUHGLARS. Cincinnati Prisoners Get Lon 8n lonMs Under New Ohio Law. Harry G. Sewell. alias George Adams. find William K. Mason, Iiurirl.ir nt mv. i tenons untecedeiits, who were captured ' !" 5., ,re,,,,w f l'r-'f. Paul Walker ' in vncinmui, win spond tlte remainder i ' ,VloIr "'' I" the Ohio penitentiary sjuiitj on a charge carrying a peunlty of life imprisonment was the verdict ren dered by the Jury. Theirs were the first vases to be tried under the new Ohio law fixing the penalty of life imprison ment. Nevro Rohbor thoots Stockman. George Johnson, a negro, .hot and rob led Hobert Clements A. Douglas, n Wy cMiilng stockman, at South Omaha. Neb. Johnson met Douglas near the edge of the city and at the point of n revolver demanded his money. Douglas resisted nd the slwoting followed. British Torpedo Boat Lost. The Ilrltlsh torpedo-boat destroyer Chamois has been lost off the island of CVphaloula In the Mediterranean. While jroitig at full speed on a trial u screw Made catne off. pierced the bottom of tho destroyer nnd the sank. All on bnurd were saved. Colombia Insults Consul. American consulate nt Carthagena having been twice benie.ired with filth, Hear Admiral Sigsbce. with his llagshlp, the Newark, wn ordered to Carthagena to investigate. The governor repeated bi former expression -of regrets. Japanese Boats Are Sunk. Two torpedo loat and a steamer of the Japanese fleet were sunk by mines off Port Arthur, according to a report received In Vladivostok. It Is stated that n Japanese cruln-r also was badly dam aged. Captured f-ortsi Abandoned. Chinese arriving In Chefoo state that the Japanese losses lit the recent land at tack on Port Arthur were 7,000, against TOO or 000 for the Kuwdans, Three cap tured forts were abandoned by the Jap nuese becawe of the Itulan fire. Killed In a Kneadlncr Machine Charles Itothweller. n baker, was drawn Into a bread-ku-ading machine In n Cincinnati Imkery nud crushed into a pulp. He was ,'lt years old mid leavos a wife and four children. Plot to Wreck Kattleshlp. A plot to wreck the battleship Con necticut nt her launching has been dis covered; ways on which the ship was to fdide into the water were obstructed un der water. Burglars strip a Church. HuTglars stripped a New iork church of its interior furnishings, including a utalned glass window nnd Sunday school collection box, with iviral hundred dol lars. Jloua, Cuts Wlfn'9 Fe-st. In ordor to keep hN wife, of whom he was Jrmncly Jealous, at home. Georco Johnston of Italnlxw treet, Pittsburg, cut the soles of her feet with a razor. Monlo, Iowa, Dantroyod, Fire of unknown origin wined out hnlf the business houses of Menlo, Iowa, en tailing a lo-n of nearlj $00,x. $250,000 Flrn In Kookuk. During terrific fieetrle.il storm a Udt of lightning (.trunk the Cullins Ileal dip wholesale carpet building in Keokuk, Iowa. Ah a result the structure was completely destroyed by fire. Tho loss is estimated at J'J.'.O.O1), Thre Children uoao Ltva. Three children of Charles Hord, rang ing from 10 to II yeais, were cremated ns they slumbered in their beds at Macy, Iowa, A lamp left near the bed. npt nnd exploded, enveloping bed In flames before children were awakened. Stnal Lfittnr Worth $20,000, It has leaked out In Wheeling, W. Va that the postolllce was robbed the other day of a registered letter which con tained JSCOXJ consigned from New York bankers. The rohWs secured entrance through a back U,t. llloodhounds lnvo been used to tra.'k tho robbers, without success. Mill BoIIht (Mils Four, The b.,iier !n the gin department of the Mammoth cotton mill, Krwin No. !i, t Dukes, N, C exploded, Instantly kill ing four men, scalding another so badly thst he will die, and partially wrecking tlte engine room. MARRIAOB LAWS TO CHANQK. Insjll.hmiin Predict. Limited Period Alltanoss Will Um Legalised. IIIy-m iiewnpaper dlscuw.loii of the nutrriage question ha provoked a remarkable rtatemeut of opinion from lc"'. . iicuioii or uie. buiijw.i. though, as he coiirensps. "everithlug that ought to be n.iiil lias to be cut In half." He predicts a change In the legal eondl tlous of marriage and foreshadows a Hate of society permitting marriages for certain limited periods, the Stat. n forcing n provlnlou of money during that erlod to provide for and educate chil dren, the governmnt possibly taking charge of this fund. Mr. Meredith says: "There -will be n great uproar Itefore such a change can be made. It will be a great shock, but look back and see what shocks there have been and what change have, nevertheless, occurred In the mar nuge business In the past." Mr. Mere dith foresees groat dllllculty III Kngllsh conservatism, notably revealed in criti cism of America. Indicating the Eng lishman's pcrnistency in regarding auy new trait as a sign of dlseise. Yet," Mr. Meredith continues. "It Is a sign of health and I um very glad If any words of mine can help air the subject." ODD FELLOWS IN BIO PARADE. Fraternities Meetlnir at Ban Fran cisco March I I .OOO Mronu. In San Francisco Odd Fellow, nnd Sisters of Ki'bekuh, to the number of 11,000, marched over practically the same route r rluiiy that the Knights Tetnpiar ImmfMil itrn .. .,!.. l,ur,.r.. In tuiltit of magnitude and euthulam It was tint ureatest parade ever attempted by auy fraternal organization In that city. cp' resentatlves from nearly every State ami territory In the Union, besides many from foreign lands, were In line. PrUes wero offered for thu bet showing, and the brilliant plumes and uniforms of the pat riarchs militant, the Sisters of Kcbekahs on floats and In carriages, were all very impressive. Decidedly the feature of the parade was the presence of fifty little orphan, from the Odd Fellows' Home at Gilroy, Cat. The lodges nnd divisions were reviewed and Judged a. they coun termarched. SEARCH FOH HUSBAND ENDS. Woman Esoapes from Asylum and Finds Man Who Wronged Her. After following her husband all over the country in a live years' search, which .he declares that she ha. made for him, Mrs. Charles Grllllth found Grlfflth nt Portland. 1'a., where ho was employed as a civil engineer, nnd sho had him committed to the Northampton county prison on a charge of desertion. Mrs. Griffith, who is about o" years old, good looking and well educated, alleges that she was married to Griffith nt Denver, Colo., In 1807; that tho year following, three days after their daughter was born, he left her, and that friends of his had her locked up in nn Illinois asylum, from which sho managed to escape, GritUth does not deny that the woman U his wife or that ho deserted her. YOUNO LOVER SEEKS DEATH. New York Youth, Aged 1 8, May Die of Cnrbollo AoM. Roderick V. Grace, aged 18, said to be a nephew of ex-Mayor William . Grace, was found unconscious on the Fort Schuyler road neor Now York, suffering from carbolic ncid poisoning and taken, apparently dying, to Fordham hospital. When the Uiy's mother was told she be came hysterical and said that she was to blame for his attempt to take his life. She said that her son was In love with n Ilrooklyn girl and that she had repri manded him anil said be was too young to think of being in love. She read a letter from the young woman and in that way first learned of the love affair. Parker Crltlotses Republicans. Alton II, l'urker, in his letter accept ing the Democratic nomination for the presidency, criticised tho Republican party on Its stand in connection with the tariff, the acquisition of the Panama strip, government expenditures, tho postal frauds and reciprocity. Ho said the determination of the procedure against trusts lies with thu Judiciary and not the executive brunch of the govern ment. Will Discharge the Mllltln. Gov. Cunningham of Alabama has re ceived the report of the military court of inquiry appointed to Imestlgato tho con duct of Company F, Alabama Nntionnl Guard, that was overpowered by the mob which lynched Horace Maples, n negro, nt Huntsville, Ala, Tho report recom mends that Company F bo mustered out for Inefficiency on Oct. 14. Panto Amon't Invalids. An explosion of alcohol in the base ment of the Marion, lud., hospital re wilted In the fatal burning of Hurr Wal lace, nn employe, and a panic among tho patients. Dr. Albert Davis, superintend ent of the hospital, was painfully burned about the hands and face. The patients were all removed to private residences lu the neighborhood. Cleveland Nwws Writer Shot, I.loyd F. Harms, a Cleveland news, paper reporter, was hhot anil seriously iwiunded while, nt his desk in the otllce of tho publication. John F. Stanton, a diver and tug owner, is under arrest, charged with the crime. Stanton claim ed Harms was tho writer of nn objee. tionable article about him lu a recent hsue. Ohio Hunk In I-Mnnsj or Mce'ver, Tho estates of nineteen .stockholders of the American-German Hank of Syd ney, Ohio, and the nffairs of the bank itself have been put In tho hands of a Mcelver. Dlserepinoios of $140,000 lu the books nro reported. Hl-h Htels Al'y of Dnnth, Mrs, William A, Hunter, daughter-in-law of W. Godfrey Hunter, former Con gressman and minister to GuateinaVi,, Is d.i,l In Imlui'llle ns the result of wear. I f- Inn hlcli-litpled hoe. The Irritation crtileil a cnnreroiiM prmvtlt on her beet. nfcclt!tltiR tin- niHimtrttloii of her rlpht lK oiii" year n:'. Tlio iolou w.n not checked, bocvcr, ninl her ile.Uh fol lowed. ' LU SUfcUlt'S f-OHT FOUND. Locution of Stronghold nd Mtno Kulltln !700Nnr MnnKnto. ltcirreiitntlvi' of tlio Mliiiioot.n Stntp UiMnrlciil Swli'ty lmve niiidtf rt ucoeful mmivIi for the location of the fort liiillt tliroe mile from the mouth of the llliiu Knrth river In 1700 by I.e Sueur anil hln party of thirty men, who mine tip the MIlIppl ami Minnesota rivers liy boat In search of the copper mine that was xalil to oxl't In the vicin ity of Maiikntn, Minn. The wrltltim of l.o Sueur mill titltr of the party are Mill preserved and t'rom them the loca tion of the fort and the mine wn traced. The fort wan found to have been on a lantc mound where the I.e Sueur river flow Into the Hlue Knrth. three mile from Mankato. ThN land N under cul tivation, but before It wn cultivated tome excavation were noticed. PEACE CALL OUT SOON. President Roosevelt to Summon Th Hague Conference President Itoosovelt will promptly act ilK)ii the rrquest extended him by the Interparliamentary I'tilon to Invite the reassembling of The Hague peace con ference, nud will, according to present plans, soon take the first step toward inviting the nations of the world to again gather In the hop of reaching nn agree ment which will forever prevent war, and Irrevocably fasten arbitration as the ole method among rhlllxod uitlons of U'ttllng International disputes. The Pres ident will not await pence between llus ila and Japan. Through the State De partment Inquiry will be made In a few weeks to leirn the views of the different nation as to the best time nnd place for holding a peace conference. WASHINGTON WHEAT FOR EAST. Three Million futhels of the Cereal Coming to lUluth and the Lakes. Three million bushels of wheat will pass through Duluth from the State of Washington and go down the lakes on boats before the close of navigation. Three thuusand cars will required to aiovo the cereal, which will tic up that tmount of rolling stock which lias never before been employed In this work, only t little of Washington wheat ever having :ome east Nearly Drowns In a Tank. William Dolierty of Dayton, Ohio, hnd I unrrow escape from death by drown ing nt the Stnto house In Denver, He tud n companion hnd gouo to the roof to ee the city. He slipped on n dark stair ivny nnd found himself in the cold water f the Immense tank that supplies the State house with water. He sank twice, jeforo his arm was seized by his com panion and he was drawn to safety. Grind Stand CJIves Away. Two hundpod persons were thrown from n platform and fell thirty feet nt the launching of the schooner Charles J. Humus In Milford. Del. Fifteen persons a ere seriously injured. A spike which held the platform gave way nud the en tire structure fell. 8vn Years for a Bandit. John Christie, the llearmnuth, Mont., I rain robber who participated in the rob ;cry of a Northern Pacific train nt that point last summer, has been sentenced to the penitentiary for seven year.. Ho pleaded guilty. Railroad Crosses Mvxloan 'order. The lirst engine tu cross the interim :lonal boundary lino on the Southern Pa ?!uc's new road through Imperial valley went over last Thursday nud already . mile of track has been laid on the Mexi can side. ' S2BO.OOO Fire at Dawson. The largest lire since 1800 occurred in Dawson, Northwest Territory, the other alght. The loss is estimated at a quar ter of n million dollars, with no Insur ance. The lire originated lu thu kitchen af the Cecil Hotel. Hnrvestur P ants Reopen. The Deerlng, McConnlck nnd Piano plants of the International Harvester Company, In or near Chicago, Idle since Sept. 10, have resumed, but i. renewal of Inst year's agreement with organized labor has been refused. Threw Offioials iirnwnud. Hubert Smith, Thomas Williams nnd Harry Shelly, engaged by the United States fish commission in getting trout spawn, were drowned lu Moffutt't Straits. Their sailboat was caught lu iijuall and overturned. Fire In Minnesota Un'versttv, The main building at thu Minnesota State University in MluueaMls was Diirned. The structure was the oldest on the campus. The loss will reach $183, 300, Insurance lUT.OOO. Train Crew Is Indloted. The grand jury Indicted Kngineet Hoxle, Conductor Casper and Ilrnkeinnu Wright for manslaughter In connection with Doremus Sunday school excursion wreck nt Glcuwood, III., In July Inst. May Wed Miss Hoosevelt. Hamilton, Mnss., society would not l surprised by the announcement of the en gagement of Miss Alice Itoosevclt nnd Congressman Nicholas lAiugworth oi Ohio. Will Build une-,nll l.lnn, A group of Baltimore capitalists have flgucd ii contract with nn Inventor to tiulhl a monorail electric line for a speed jf 100 miles an huur between Baltimore and Washington. tt'xtV-Two Ole In Collision. Sixty-two persons wero killed nud lC were Injured In a Tennessee passenget ;dllshm on the Southern railway. The blame Is laid to disregard of orders b) the crew of one train. "wtlmntH on Corn Crop. Kstlmates based on conservative re ports from nil the leading corn Stntes placo the total yield nt -'.IMO.OOO.OOO bushels, n figure which has been t seeded In only two previous years. Lsavss Unitn to Col Intro Dr, George S. Conatit died suddenly In New York nnd left his bruin to Cor nell University for scientific Investigation In the hope that It will reveal tho callus of diabetes, from which he died, Pnry It Confident. I, lout. Hubert I'. Peary, the nrctlc ex plorer, declared before nn audience In St. IOills that he will gain the pale In Ills next dash In July, his former failure, having taught him just how to succeed Tlmbur Worth $ 8,000,000 1'urne. It Is reported from Columbia county, Oregon, th.it recent forest fires in thai section have destroyed timber to the value of i?8,000,000. Most of It wni owned by eastern capitalists. Hport on locum Disaster, The Isiard of steamboat Inspector, re ported on tho General Slocum disaster, nud recommendeii thnt the license of the captain, pilot nud engineer be revoked. Larter Voium of Trarte, Increased volumes of trade in tho coun try at large are noted by Dun', and liradstieet's review. PROTECT YOUR VOICE To Attorneys, Actors, Teachers nnd nil those whose voices mint be clear this Is of prime importance GERAGHTY'S PATENT MOUTH DEVICE compels correct breathing. It thereby closes the mouth as an air passage nnd protects one's respiratory organs from direct contact with cold or damp atmosphere. The most fatal-(11 senses of the throat anil limps begin by ExrosUHK. To prevent the disease the exposure must be avoided. A scientific prcicntlve of Lono and Throat Disorders. An absolute preventive of 8NORINQ. Bend fifty cents and get one by return mall. GERAGHTY & CO., 61 La Salle St., CHICAGO. pffiafflfflffifflfflfflffifflfflfflssfflsifflffifflfflffli ! A. J. TOOLEN J ! 1 Contractor 1030 Opera I j Telephone Main J50P Residence 'Phone Garfield 553 i iffiffiffiffiB0SiElSBSfflfflS180ifflEai DENTIST Cor. 35th and Wood Streets, CHICAdO Telephone, Y.rdi 7.3 Hour si 9 a. as. te 12 at. t to , 7 ts 9 p. m. WILLIAM HALE THOMPSON Real Estate and Building Loans 237 WEST MADISON ST. 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Eckhart & Swan Milling Co., MERCHANT MILLERS 373 to 393 Carroll Avenue, from Elizabeth St. to Ada ft. Our new 3,000-barrel Mills are now in full operation, producing tho finest grades of Spring and Winter Flour made in the world. Ours are the finest and only mills in the United States arranged with la complete and improved Hungarian Sifter System. Eckhart & Swan's Is the highest grade of Hard Spring Wheat Patent Flour la tha world, manufactured from No, i Hard Dakota and Minnesota Wheal CABLE ADDRISS "COKHART." Long Distance Telephone Monroe 7. L. P. ALTPBTER 758 S. HaUted Street CHICAOO Watchmaker Jeweler ALL WORK WAJWINTn. Great Lakes South Chlaujo Phone South Ohtoaga 93 $ 261 Kinzie St. RYMOOR P. TnOMAS, Rtl. Kn. M.w Tstfc. JOHN 81KRMNU DKANS, Chief KniT WM. B. REKVKS, Gentrsl 8up.ilat.ad.st. WILLIAM H. LYMAN Capacity 1,101 Ivrilt fit 4 "XXXX Best Potent" sit Uef i.AHj.w-vi'iit,i)t.'"-v"tfta,i'ij.