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INDICTED KOR FRAUD Bomtr Castle and Bank Associata Held For Court IACH HELD IN 12500 BAIL Terpedobost Damaged By 8hot From Her Own Tube?U. 8. Comptroller Resigns?Kaiser Will Recalve Dr. Hill?Babe Scalded to Death In Mud. ?er L Castle. Pittsburg, counsel; R. F Asplnwell. Freeport, ill., treasur K. Ford, president; Arthur Hams and H. M. Raleton. direc? tors, all of Chicago; Charles Hunter, ef this city, secretary, and Dr. C. J. Masslnger. Colllnswood. N. J., acting treasurer and trust officer of th? Stan? dard Title ?ft Trust company, which failed to open its doors after organiza? tion following sn investigation by a bank examiner in March of last year, were held in $2500 bail each for trial In Philadelphia on charges of con? spiracy to defraud In connection with - operations. It was stated that the company Is sue<i literature showing that It had f that the stock was not assessable and the capital full paid. It was also, said the company ?vs?<1 Its o**n building. Albert ! a hank examiner, testified that the bank was not per? mitted to op?*n its doors because it did not comply with the law In having I ild capital, his ex tion showing that the concern i had In actual ras1 Mr Castle ha<! protested that he was company, and knew little of th?* operations. for th?? r?*cclvers. who brought the proseeatlen. upset this contention by producing an agreement bearing Mr Castles' signature. In whlr? ils agreed to pool th*!r Int?rcsts to the amount of 10.040 shar?*s. a rumori??.? of the stock, to con trol the operations 'his secret sgrornicr. rs of the syn were to vot? ng to their holding?, and ? the right to vote by telegraph when not present at ?? syndicate. The charges are based on complaints of Stockholm era. who say th??y paid about $25.000 Into which never open ed Its doors Witnesses produced cer? tifie??? i'k, which, according to the ; M on the books of the company. Kaiser Will Receive Dr. HIM. tarn, ha? : fully advised a? to tl ?dent ! Amer? ican ; carding the alleged re-j fuss! of his ma. Dr. David Hill as American ambassador to Germany ir ..rlemague Tower, has recalled al! I ?slons ? sent to Pre?! ? and would be pleas? Hill as ambas? sador Th?* emperor has caused thla view to be communicated to 1'rcsldont Roos? Baron Von Sternburg, the German ?ador st Washington, has, dur? ing the last forty ?dght hours, b? the (losest touch with the foreign of flee, and has cabled fully concerning tbe matter. He described the need of a speedy arrangement of the affair and President It's difficulties In meeting the emperor's Inclination and furthermore, the unpleasant effect the whole controversy was having upon American public opinion. Mitchell Retires After ten yean?' leadership of the united Min?.? Workers of America. John Mitchell on Tuesday retired from the head of that organization and is suc? ceeded by Thomas I,. I^ewls. of Ohio. Mr Mitchell will devote his time to regaining his health, which has given away under the strain of office. While Mr. Mitchell has been offered many positions of importance, he will undertake no work until his health Improves. It la reported that Presi? dent Roosevelt has offered him a mission to Panama and that the Na? tional Civic Federation wants to place him at the head of a bureau to invest? igate and promote the us? of trade agreements. He has also been offered positions of Importance with corre spondeoce schools, Insurance com? panies, banks and magazines, but he will make no decision for several weeks because of his health. U. 8. Comptroller Resigna *W. H. RIdgely, comptroller of the cur? rency, handed his resignation to Presi? dent Roosevelt and will become presi? dent of the National Bank of Com? merce of Kansas City. He will be suc? ceeded as comptroller by Lawrence O. Murray, present assistant secretary of commerce and labor and former dep? uty comptroller of the currency. Mr. RIdgely will leave for Kansas City In a few days to take charge of the bank Bsbe Scalded to Death In Mud. The eighteen months-old daughter of Archibald Miller, superintendent of the Iaoysl Hanns mines at Greensburg. Pa., met a frightful death. A leak la a Weak Man Receipt Free. Any man who suffers with nervous debility, loss of natural power, weak bar,;, failing memory or deficient manhood, brought on by excossea, dissipation, unnatural drains or the follies of youth, may cure himself a home with a simple prescription that I will gladly send free, in a plain sealed envelope, to any man who will ? f?>r It. A. E. Robinson. 5805 Luck Building, Detroit, Michigan. steampipe line thr? ma'.* a larg? caviti '. by a thin crust. This gave- way with tho child. and she was scalded to death In eighteen 'aches of boiling mud and wster. GILLETTE EXECUTED Slayer of Grace Brown Put to Desth In Electric Chair. Auburn. ? Y . March HO.?Chester te was executed in the electrle chair at Auburn prison for the murder of his sweetheart, Grace Brown. In Big Moose lake In the summer of ltOd. - Hughes declined to Interfere any stay the execution Gillette, with his spiritual advisers at his slds. went to his doom. Gillette passed Sunday Quietly in his roll, and there was no deviation from the regular routine since be has ? Auburn prison. The condemned man was permitted a farewell visit lils father, mother and aunt. Miss le alternately read and ? 1 a statement whii-h. It is I will be made put ? red to t fully ?<nd In s stete? ment givvn out by his spiritual advls era In is !n<licat??d that h?? had made a oon f his guilt. I was made known after the a s re. Mo? Ilravy ar. - spiritual ad? ln th Ing announce? ans?? r? ionshlp with w*> do < make a detailed wish to say thst no legal mistake was made In his e. 8PLIT IN GOULD FAMILY Mme. Gouid Engag?e Counsel and May Attack Father'e Will. N-w York. Hell? .-:an ann - at he will sail for France on U Provence on April 9, and I hi and her children will return to Europe juxt as soon as an attack of bron she was overcome Mr. ani Mrs Tyl.'i s on Mon? day It was Stated that Mme. Oould'l condition was in no way alarming, announcing that he would soon depart for home and that Mme. Gould :rn to Paris when bor health aid at th?? Waldorf A I want to deny emphatic; I that we bava That Is false not speak for tho fatai that Mme idert Br as p? : after hei of Jay Gould ?i received, he Id that the codicil any ol j!d marry 'ho majority ol f the aal ' le-hall ? would not withstand an attack In ti. TOWER RESIGNS Dr. Hill Nominated as Ambssssdoi to Germany. Washington. April 1.?The president sent to the senate the nomination ol ivid Jayne Hill to be ambassadot to Gatsaaay. The resignation of Charlemagne Tower as ambassador to Germany has been to take Bafael June 1, Dr. Hill will assume his new duties. The attitude of the administration Is that Mr. Hill's standing has not at slightest Impairment, in view of the disclaimer of the German em ?. ? or of any adverse expression re> garding him. At the German embassy It was said that nothing more is to be heard ol the Hill matter from that quarter. Work For 300,000 In Next 60 Dsys. Chicago, April 1?In the nsxt sixty days the railroads of the United States will have to find between 250, 000 and 300,000 men to mend their ' tracks and the roadbeds, and another j large army to go into their shops and '? repair their care and locomotives. The ! railroads centering in Chicago alone will require more than 100.000 labor? ers Work will start in light on tho roads which are the best favored by climatic conditions, and will be in? creased rapidly until June 1, when re? newal and repair work will be in full swing on every railroad in the coun? try. Bald 30 Years, New Hss New Hair. Columbus. NT. J., March Si.?Henry Gilbert, seventy eight years old. of this place, is a puzzle to his neighbors and to local physicians. After remain? ing bald for thirty years, Gilbert has blossomed out this spring with s new crop of hair that covers his entire cranium. A peculiar thing about Gil? bert's baldness was Its perfection, not a single blade of hair having appeared to shelter bis pate in the last three decades. Gilbert lest his hair after a fever. What has caused it suddenly to return he is st a great loss to explain, aa are the doctors. Dog Gets Glass Eye. Glen Ridge, N. J., March SI.?John O. Newel], a golf player and society msn of this place, presented his favor? ite bull terrier with a glass eye. A whizzing auto had hit the dog and, literally, knocked bis eye ouL J>r. l**rederich C. Artopeous sucoessfaTiy Inserted a glass eye la the empty socket. BUSINESS MAN'S TEN COMMAND? MENTS. 1 Thou shalt not in any wise boast, brag, bounce or bluster, or the wise man will bold thee in low estooni. 2. Thou shalt not permit thy wife to be living at the rate of $1.000 a year thy business is ? ldlng than $'.".<;?; ? iiou with? hold from her the business lnforma ?vhlch. as a helpmeet, she Is en? titled to . 3. Thou shalt not mock the unsuc? cessful man. for he may be richer In his poverty than thou art in thy boast? ed abundu: 4. Thou sha"/, not carry the count? ing house into the domestic circle, nor in any wise spoil the children's hour by recapitulating the bank? ruptcies of the day. 6. Thou shalt not hobnob with Idle persons nor smoke with them, nor en? courage them, nor approve their evil life. ?. Thou shalt not keep company with an unpunctual man. for he will certainly lead thee to carelessness and ruin. shalt not forget that a serv? ant who can tell lies for thee may one day tell lies to thee. 8. As to hours of slumber and sleep, remember the good old rule: lires Ava, ?? is??ven; J-AZineas tak?? Bal And wick? dries? eleven.'* 9. Neither a borrower nor a lend well bestowed right cheerfully. 10. Be honest In copper, and in gold thy honesty will be sure.?Philadel? phia Inquirer. SIS HOPKINS' 8AYINGS. y s man's pile started with the A man's eye can snap without bis being broke. lous how great liars always say, ? ? Ma says many a goose is without wings or ?? . ..aya a feather is light, but a irred pinching In Kalama ? girl we see in the ? ris thln'r Katie Ila -tere are among the things which may be classed as uu canny. Pa BBya that waiting for s train Isn't half so mortifying as to step on A man's wife believes every word lie says?when he talks In his It is a great deal easier for a boy to bitch a ride than ride a hitching post. ?Rose Mellville. In St. Ixjuis <? Democrat. THINGS TO KNOW. Over 6,000.000 Frenchwomen, half of them married, earn their own liv? ing. Almost 90 per cent, of Am? households possess one or mor? bles The yoi:? hen the better she lays in the winter, when eggs are high? The father of seven or more chil? dren is practically exempt from tax? ation in France. In this country the annual butter consumption?25 pounds a head?is the highest in the world. The world's largest bee farm Is at Becton, in Canada. There 19.000. 000 bees turn out 75,000 pounds of honey a year. In the time of the Puritans it was common to bear such names as v. not Rilling, Kill-sin Pimple. Fight the good-fight White, Meek Brewer, Earth Adams, Stand-fast-on-hlgh Stringer, fruit Fowler. Goodglft Gynnlnges, Fear-not Rhodes, He-courteouo French, and Seek-wisdom Hadley. A FOOL MIGHT 8AY That tbe one to whom the laurel Is given necessarily deserves it That the glitter of gold la better than the gray grab of brotherly love. That It does not pay to be forgiving In a world which so rarely forgives. That a million dollars is more to be chosen than a humble and happy home. That the plaudits of the mob are better than the appreciation of those who see most clearly. But what would you expect of a fool??Alfred J. Waterhouse, In Suc Magazlne. Ne, It Is Because They Are Busy. The bees of the United States pro? duced $11,000,000 worth of honey last year. That exp?ales why they are so peevish when disturbed at their la? bors.?Washington PosL ? Revelation. TM ? BOOK OF SEVEN SEALS BY LUCINDA YOUNG, Who in the year of 1890 laid on her bed twenty-four day? and SAW DREAMS AND VISIONS, was commanded by God to write the wonder? she saw Into a book. This book tolls also about A SIM ? .KARS KAMI that Is to com?. It Is sold at $1.00. Ternis In advance. Address all communications to MICN I l ?INDA ??G???, Lambertville, N. J. SPECIAL RATES TO AGENTS. I Why I Advertise. ???a????????????????????::?:?:>????? ?a? ^a i o i i o o i i ?::: i i i o O i ?:::? ?::: O fbe?eve that seven-tenths of hesdiches have their origin in strained vision. I also know that cor? rectly-fitted glasses will entirely relieve the head? aches by removing the cause. Scarcely a day passes but I relieve some sufferer through my knowledge of Making and fitting Glasses. I am anxious that all sufferers should know there is a remedy so simple. This is cne reason why I advertise. W. C. METZ, Optician, Cor. 2d and Jackson Sts.,? RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. KNIGHTS <>| l'I IMI \s. La Halifax OBaBBatj. . ??..r These. - ? ?? hall, Whlt? ? ra snd Mr ? ?rless l, with ! and I ? _ ? llow I - ST. i: Richmond. Pythisniam is t ion. Ta? The Ms taxed top; ? his taxed bore? ?le on a taxed road, and :.;in. pour ing al h has paid ' . into a spoon that has paid 15 p? self back upon his ralea has paid tin? arms of an ?ho has paid a liceo??? '.s for the privi!. ?? to death.? ? Smith A Thought. I am cor .1 there Is work f.i. - where. It may ? ? rork *t i ant, and it may ? which we de? sire t ? it will ? .iture comfoii?. sad that le a great deal, says Home (ii.it Most of us have to do unpleasant things, from time to time, but it is quite possible to do them cheerfully. Ancient Houses Well Built. As a result of re<?-nt excavatloM on the site of Jericho the historic city wall, constructed of burned lima brick upon a foundation of stone, has been laid bare, together with rows of houses, some of which could well be used for dwelling places for all the centuries which have passed since they were built. World's Best Clock. The world's best timekeeper is said to be the electric clock In tbe base? ment of tbe Merlin observatory, which was installed by Prof Foster in 1865. It Is inclosed in an air-tight glass cyl? inder and has frequently run for pe? rioda of two or three months with an average dally deviation of only fif? teen thousandths of a second. Sociology and Speculation. A sociologist of genius who hap? pened to care about money could prob? eb.., make a fortune on the stock ex? change, where knowiedge of humanity Is the creatisi fbl.iK Henrik Ibsen wss one of the m?>?* successful specs latore in Euro; e. O? Pull Your Hair j Use Hot Irons Nor J I j Have a Sore Head The Best Hair Dressing is Stra-ko HAIR TONIC. e needed Large Trial Samples of both Str.i~ko ami C:? etani?*. 1 Tlli St. ] Im'HtrtMtit ? Madame E. L, Monszaro. the won? derful m??dlcine manufacturer and Extractor has on aale at her office: Mmizaro's Blood Puriflor and ?litters, zaro's Liniment, ?zaro's Cough Syrup. Monszaro's Hair Tonic Monszaro's Skin Food Monszaro's Tooth Powder?. Monszaro's Triple Extract of White Kos?). \ U.ml to the Mother??The Mad. am? makes a specialty of beautify? ing the children's teeth; Regulating and taking out tushes. OFFICE? II ? I.elgh Srr? ? YOUR FORTUNE TOLD t iJTi ? ~T? Bead Two -L- ~L.\^ .1 1.1 ? ? 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