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T^BBB iaVfl aaaVAl.II I.V 1 O. 1?4*?. SIX DIE IN | BURNING HOUSE - I Confederate Veteran and Five Children Perish. ONLY FGUR PERSONS ESCAPE Occupanu of the Houee Were Aaleep When Flames Were Discovered, and It Was Impossible to Save Them. Their Bodics Wera Bumad to a Crisp. | Aa ' t of a mysterious flre whlch total!>? destroyed tho hom< * H- ?"? at South Boston. Va flve ol tbeir chlldren aod H. A. ?atraaga at] four years of i were baraed ta death, and an.> I yeara. waa seric . lujured. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlett caped unliurt. The d.-ai! ire H. A. Strange. Vernle Hamlett Bgad fourteen years; 1 trtca llaniN-tt. aged seven yeara; let Hasalett, aged alx yeara Ham: three years. and I Hamlett. aged eighteen montha. rlr.- was discovered by ne|Kh bors. The r>ccuaaata of the house ? auleep. an.l tiie buiiding was aln ? mpletely . nveloped ln flames. roof was alrtroat ready to fall lu * Hamlett an.l his wlfo were arouaeV They an north side of taa b.ni-v an.l their four yearold chll l wa .Tll They .ra*. out of th- wtadaa on the front p and droppid the chlld to the . Both of the .hlld'a arm^ were btakea by the fall The baby Barn aJao a'. - ly burued aaal lta face and Mrs llainlstt reached the groun I la sa l w, flre was discovered it was impossible to save any of the oldai -:!lr.n ..r M r Htrange. Mr. Htranu waa a Coafi ^eteraa of Haltfax IBBat] utiil eanie to South Bobton t--> attend tbe I ourth of July oelebrat The balldbag collapsed and fall few mlmitea after Hamlett and hia Btfl I Th? victlma' bodles were burued to a crisp. Wh?n th*> a recovwred from tbe debrts tbey wer.? raerely aa unrecognlxable mass of BBB Wright Aero Damaged In Fall. BBBBllBg a glant bird awoopln* down upon lta prey. the Wrlght aero plane after the motor whlch propeU lealy to a stan U] to earth atter ba\iin; made ? aaafal lta i Th. wa* on its way arouti I , ?lnl! grounds at V ninth time iu it >">n 1 ' iea the motor BtO| ulb and asactl] in the aaaa* place where the pro; blade , Sapteaaber wblcb r<-j dent that tei I Uaae la, glidit.| | tb tba ma. hn a tr*e ai. . I around wit>' such ?n.i ? wlag badly lipped m Wa*igB>l urt. Kihrj by Cannon Cracker. Ilrtlactloa of hav ing m , rrlaoe to patri-. reaeoa af the lr.de iratloa for the year Ix>uls vilie. Ky tataagb mour, In I of Arthur Oranville Lanjj ham. former president af the Prui dent Life laaaraaca aadaay. Mr i^ang ham nev.-r re, OVBIBd 1*1*888 the eff.-cts of bavin*? bad his right hand aha by the aaalealea of a canmm ( rauker A cannon i raekef throw- lighted upou the lawti ta explo.le. and Mr. laangharu tOBb lt Into hia hand and redightei lt Tbe cracker burst in his grasp, man;l mg the hand frlghtfully He waa .> n at oace. but . ragaln louanaae. Terneaae* l* "Dry." Bells in the church aad th* town clock atemples ln Mamphla. Tenn.. on tolling tbe inldnight hour markod the paasiag of ...tloons ln Teanesaoe, for at that hour the llolladay atate-wide proaibltlou law weat Into effect Thia law raakes it Ulegal to aell aloohollc b*ver*ge*? withia four mil*s of any school house in th* atat*. Only twt> oaaoa arn left la all Tannesaee. Both ara withia twelve intles ot* Meaaphls. near th* Misalaalppi state line. Th* nearest school house ls slz mlles from both of thea# polnt a, hut stops have alraady been takea by whito ribboaers to have the loimty board of education erect a school house wlthln the dis? tance prescribed by tbe Holladay blll. so that there wlll be bo mecca ln tha ontira state for thirsty pilgrlms. Fillpino Outlsws Annihilsted. In a deaperate llght near Patlsan, on Joio island. in the Phllippinea. Jiklrl. tho famous Moro out law chlef. was killed and bls entire band exterml aated by detachments of regulara and constabulary under CaptaJn Oeorge la. Byram. of the Sixth United States cav alry. operatlng ln coajunctlon aith a naval flotllla of the moaqulto aeet un dor Lleutenant Commaader Slgnor. The American loaa waa oaa prirate I killed and three offlcera and twoaty ettlwstsd men and one sallor wounded ?urating Cannon K'lla Throo. J>h1bj[ a celobratlop lo Rejaervojr perV at Camden. N. J.. a cannon aa> ploded. a piece of whlch killed Mrs Btnma Hebel, aged twenty-flva years. aad her alx weeks-old Infant in hat arms. Both of tbeir skulls were craeh ed Charlea Nullian, seventeen years old. had the top of his head torn off and died lu a hospital. The cannon was in charge of George Houaer. aged nlneteen years. He was badly injured about the ?jody and had one'ar'u badly mangled. The kilh-d and injured ex capt Houser were outslde 6*t the ropes at the time of th? accident. The cele? bration was being given under the auaplces of tbe varlous patriotlc ao cletleB of tho city. Friend of Boy Killed Policeman. While on his way to tha magistrate'a offhe at Fred 1. wlth Frank Cahlll. flfteen yeara of age. Police? man Wil'iam Orriaon, Jr.. of Bruns wlck. waa intercepted by frienda of the lad an.l dealt a tsrriflc blow on the aaaa Of bll head wltb bla ciub and killed Yoaag Cahill. it la alleged. had beea on a marry-go round ln the patk. ?!i?n the offlcer was called to arrest him. He auc.-eeded In eatch ing the hoy. and started w:tn him f..r the ? -s offlce. When opposite the Cahlll home he was surrnMnded by a doz?*n people. among them an elder alster of the lad. Wlthout warn'ng Orrlson's club waa jerked frOBB his hand. and In aa ln? stant h* was d??alt a terrlflc blow on the side of bla head. Aa he fell uncon aclous to the ground the erowd dla pers".'. Orrison died wlthout rcgatn j ing cons the force of tha blow mashins; In his skull i Joseph \\'.>od. aged twenty four years. was arr*?ste?l and charged wlth havlsg killed Orrison. Ketchel Outpointa Papka. Staniey K.t.-h.-l. af Michigan. ls still the nuddle weight champlun of the world. la r-4t*. gruelling bat tla, earta* arhlch th* champion was eonstantly on the aRgreaalve, he waa awarded the decision over Bllly Papke of Illinois. la 8an Krai >>f th** twentleth round, the scheduletl number. K?tchel tlalmed to have brolaa-n his right hand ln th* slxth roaad and thlR assertion aubse quently was verlfled. Hla left thumb also was dlsJoeated. The decision of the referae waa saeetad with a mix ture of che.-rs and hoots. Killed by Train'a Suction. Whil* h? waa standing cloa* by tha track* of th- BaltJinor* A Oblo rall? road at HaK>>ratown. Md., watching * paaaenger train paaa. six year-^d Ralph Kiax was unable to wttbataad tbe suction produced by a rapldty moving train and waa drawn agalnat the rear COBOB. Th* lad'n akul! ttsj enaahed an I aaata ensued in l**a than an hour. Family Portraita Buried With Her. At her dying requeat the oil por tralta ef h.-r father, mother. brother. two alatera and beraelf wero buried wlth Miss Sarah B. afaurtea. aged nlnety three yeara. ln kfount Ollvet cemetery at Maapeth. I. I She waa the laat of the old Maurlce family. famous year* ago on Ix>n-; Island and la New York city. The pictures ?er? about all left of a once larga fortune. Aeronaut Falla 200 Feet. "Hurry up doctor; I hav? another ba make aoon." said H W Palmer. af Oneonta. N. Y . to * pltal physinan In Philadelphia after havln. ly Injured In i foot fall from a defective parachum aaa broken and he was cut about the head. hesldes belng hu.t t!l\ I'hy.si. ian? aa> he wlll re cever. Zeppeiin to Try to Reach North Pole. >rdiu< 10 the l.okal Anxelgar of Berlin Qeraaaaj. Count Zeppeiin in tends to maku an effort to reach tha North Pole |a his alrshlp. Tha plan embra.es a thorough oxploratlon ef the polar regtoaa by raoana of a Zep-, pelin air-hip before undertaktng to rea.-h the Sleeping Child Killed by Reaper. While driving his harveater through his fleld. near 1'ral. Okla. John N'lrh ols. a well to do farmer. ran over hia Dttle daiiKhter, kllllng her lnatantly. The chlld had walked into the wheat and fallen BalaBB. Not until the fathor bad drlven twice around tha fleld did he dlscover the < hild's body. Easton t**n Conviet?d of Murder. A special dispatcb received at Baa j ton. Pa tro'ii Ren<>. N'.-v . tell*. of the' convlctlon 'here of murder in the flrst degree of Charlea C. Petty. formerly of thls city In Mareh last Petty shot! bls wlfe at Spark*. Nev.. htrcausa he! was Jealous of her. Coloring of Stocklng K.H? Woman. Mrs. Phoebe Clayton. of FreaholdJ N. J.. a widow. thirty years old. ls d4>*d at Long Branch of blood poiaobtng eaused by dye in her stocklng Her leg was broken ln an accident. and aome of the dye got into a wound The amputation of ber right lag failed to sav? her United Statca Deflcit fla?\s11,156. The treatury department* abows the government reeelpta for the flscal year SBded June 30 bas bean $604,432.846. The dlsburaementa aggregated $694. 144.002. maklng a deflcit for the year Of $89,811,156. No Night Saloona In Omaha. The 263 saloona ln Omaha, Neb. unanlmously obeyod the dayllght clos lag law. Wlth the pasaing of tho night aaloon the -free lunch" waa also di? peased wlth. Alligator Cruaheo Weman'a Ara*. "Princess Sllvt." an alligator trala er, said to be aa American. aae at tacked by a Plorida alligator la the praaence of a blg crowd at I^ona park la Paria. Her rlght arm le cruahod. Notod Woman Lawyor Philadelphia. June 30.?Mra. Carrlo Burnbam Kilgore. tha flrst wotaaa to bo adrultted to pmctle* law la Penn sylvanla. dled in Swartbmore. She aae a famlliar flgnre ln Phlladalphla court*. aad had a large practic*. I ALDRICH ASSAILS INCOME TAX Says It is Meant as a Rebuke to the Supreme Court. LIVELY DEBATE IN THE SENATE Rhode lefBBd Senator Daclarea He Favora the Corporation Tax as a Means of Defeating th? Income Tax. Bailey Charges Aldrich With Pre sentmg a Subterfuge. Washington. June 30.?The Income tax and the proposed tax on corpora tions, formed the aabject of a debate in the senate. Senator Aldrich. In rVply to questlons. admitting that he favored the tax on corporannns as a nic-ans of defeating the income ta\ Thls admission. coming from the chairman of the committee on flnance, Btirred up the Democarta. Senator Clay. of Georapa tt the trouble Re pald hia respects to the chairman of the committee on Inanra, recalling that at the bc-gluuintr, of the aaaaaoa Mr. Aldrlrh had told the aenate and the country that the tariff bill he was then reporting waaM ralae sufflcjent revenues to sustaln the R"\ernm4?nt. Tf Mr. Aldrlch's atate ment waa true. and Bttll holds now. Mr Clay Bailled to be informe.l whether Senator Aldrich would not nt to agaln turnlng to a revlsion of the tariff in order to reduce nuea from that source whlch. It was admitled. would now be ylelded by the tax on corporatlons. Tn tha course of awbate Sonator Aldrich made the startling ?*:itement that th*> pr - of an Income tax waa Intended as a r*-buke to the auprema court of the 1 Btataa H* deolared emphati cally that the Railey lncoma tax am*p.ilm?nt was held to he unconstitu tlonal by tbe most thoughtfui people >t the most thoughtfui p esclalmM S nator Ilalley. "but tho least thoughtfui." Another atatcm*nt made by S*na tor Aldrich attracted att< atlon Th? tax on corporatlona was propoaed aa a leamBorary measure. he said. It would ralse revenue* to meot deflci' that wer#> generally admltfed would exlst for the next few years "The tax art may then bo r*pealed wban lt has serve.t Ha purpose." ha aald Th.- atlc senator* kept drlv Ing tt home that Senator Aldrich had admlttwd that b* favored the new tax mer*ly aa a m.-ana of def?atlog th* ln eorne tax meaaaro. ( "Then thla proposition about Income before th* aesat* U a aabterraga," aald hfr. Balloy. Tt ls aot a eaaM*rfuge.'* raturned Mr. Aldrich. Tf it !a not a aubtorfugo ta vl*a V th* atatemenf oi tne ?*aator from Rhod* laland that he favored lt a* a m*ans of aide-tracklng th* lacome tax then I need a new dictlonary." r?. torted Senator Balley. r TRIES NEW AEROPLANE Wrighta Get New Machine In th* Alr After Thre* Unauccoaaful Effo.-te. Washington. June 30.?After making three uuauccessful efforta to get his "tairoplane into th* alr. Orville Wrlght made a ahort fllght. enclnlim? tho r*ort Meyer aerodrome. Lack o." pow: r. due to a loose spark control. was flnally d*termlned upon by the two Wrighta as th far th* re fnaal of the machine to fly for more than a few h?! l beyond the ead of the startinn- rail. TRIED TO WRECK PAY TRAIN Boy Placed Spikea on Track Near Frackviile, Pa. 1'ott.sviiie. Pa.. June 30.?Cfsaraad with attemptiDR to wreck tho Phila? delphia A Headlng railway pay train between Frackviile and Wetl Junction. Harolti Cunnery, aged four teen yeara. was beld ln heavy bail her*. lt ls alleged the boy placed t?.? spikea on k. but thay were spllt by snother train._ Farmer Killed Mowlng Graaa While Herbert H I.tx.se. tw*nty four years of ag*. a farmer of near Ham burg. Pa.. was mowlng grass wlth a; machine. bls borsas ran away. Hla I arnm and body were so badiy lac?rat ed that he bled to death. Bull Fighter Killed. Alfredo Sanchet. a bull fighter. waa killed at the bull rlng ln Moxico City. I Blex.. by a bull that knocked Sanrhna i dowu and hooked one horu Into hla1 body. penetrating a lung. Pin Prick Cauaea Death. Picklng up a little chlld playlng in the atreet on hia way home from hia work at Pottavllle, Pa.. James Went B?>?, aged thlrty Blght years. a I fllla dalpbla & Readlng flreman, living ln a guburb of this place. prlcked a flng?i of his left hand on a stlckpin tn her dresfl. Blood polsonlng reaulted. Sur geons could not allay the polson'a pro graaa and death reaulted. Motor Cyclist Killed. While he was returnlBK from At lantlc City on a motor cycle, Fred Seiter, aged twenty yeara. of Vinelaud N. J., collided wlth an Atlantic City expresa train near Mays Ijandlng. N. J., and waa instantly killed. Hia body waa plcked up by tbe crew of aaothat train and rernoved to an undertaker'a at May a Land ing. Murdered While Kneellng ln Prayer, While J. E. Moaer aged forty-aevea, waa kneellng In prayer ln church near Chlcot, Tex.. Roy E. Burnham, aged aloeteen. hia aon-ln-law. roee la hia aaw aad flred three ahota at Moaer, kllling hlm instantly. Burnham'a wifa, who had recently left him, waa bealda her father whaa the ahootlng took place. Moderate Priced Flat. Two Family* Apartments and Two Suits ? Cost In Concrete About $8,000. Copyriflht. IBOal. by the Thompaon Arehiteetural Company. BLochaater. N. Y. PER8 K VIEW FROM a IMIOTOURAPU. io-a?~y ir*'* 1,1*1' g tpehaa* Bat rn .\ * I! J 104,-X ll'O* . ad y to'b'xrt u'OXlt'Ol -^??>-' -**?? ? B - a -bbbTI?I BBaaaal,-^ FIRST PLOOB PfahN BEOONTJ ITaOOB n \n thm:i? n..; im.an Thia de*Urn for a commodJous BBBftBIBaf beaaa is sdapted t<> a narrow hvt, the entire widtb, lncludlng bay. Wimz bat ' building bas b*?en eonstructed Of <oncrete baBCtCB bI a C?al ..f abOBl $7.01)0. BlllSBBIB ef heatin.r apparatua. Tbe whole froal inejudu.i; v.runda, may be CBBure brown aandatone and ihe alde and reai wall* left in the natural gray t.f the blocks. glving a pleasing variet> ta the r**r>; r . pa. are all of g?>od slxe and well ind earl The third tloor plaa Bbaara dlvides thrs atory Into two suits of two reoaaa each and tha aad room* for rentlii* M rately. but this floor can be arranRed as a family flat slmllar to the se. If renteal ii several tenants the top fioor would naturnlly be coatroll. occnpautjrof tbe aecond flmir rm-: raOhfPSOlN m:- in i r- urai. OOtaJPAin Popuiar Type of Bungalow. Rooms Carefully Planned - Architect Estimates Cost of Construction at About $1,750. Cooirriaht. 18O0. by Clann L. Saxton. r-l.nne.poi.*, Mlnn. PERSPECTIVK \ IKW-FROM A PHOTOGRAPH otrarasRoori IS-i Mtf nroRooH iJ-Ortii-a; oa The one BBkTf bungalow ls tbe pure type in tbe section of the country where this kind of structure was firat adopted. In other aaefdBBB, boafever. parlicularly ln the north, the addltion of perhaps a story or half story often robs the name of lta origlnal signlfl cance. A dwelllng house whlch con tains two stories or even a atory and a half. fltted and finlshed throughout for living purposes, la never apoken of as a bungalow by people famlllar wlth the origlnal type, no matter what the general outline may be. To dweller* ln towas and clties who have grown accustomed to life ln an upstalrs flat the bungalow, where all of the living rooms are cloae to the ground, seems more tfesirable than the two story o? even the story and a half dwelllng. wlth the lnev'table and back torturlng stalrs to be aacended acorea of tlroes each day. All ln all the bungalow holds out the promlse of luxury ln liv? ing even though its nearneaa to the ground aud t<> uature and freedom from archltectura! pretenae suggest a I OOB PLA.V b?me ?f *,imDlJrltT- Et'd ln cold laU tudes people have arranged their bun? galow for use nii the year round and taken solid comfort with half the house Ttterally snowed ln Tbe plan bere presented makes the best possible uae of tbe apace lnclosed aad provides accommodations for a good slaed family. Tbere' la a large baaaaaeat provlded for under the rear portlon. Tbe wldtb ls tweaty fbur feet and tbe leugth thlrty-elght feet, which includes the side and front bays. Celling alaa feet ln the dear. Iusfde flni.sh throughout of Washington Br. The floor and .?iling of the placza to t>e N... | eaaBf Washington flr. Sbrcluslve of plumblng and beating flitures thls baaaalli a can be conatructed tor abont $1,750. GLENN L. SAXTON. Architect. P1AZZA "??-o xii-o <?** Different. "Do you aaeaa ta tell me that yoa could .on . -!> no on fh* wjt. oosB stand aad :h.-it yoa had never tried '.- fljoeeUl your wlf* That la r.ot ul.at i la|d j ftaj<1 j had never d ?? .-: v.-.J h?w. Aeking Too Much. one two old aea cap tains you ac- BO fond of frt sotne i I tbe same oM ta?, "Ml eaaa( you should not expect anytbing fresh from old salts." Fina Acting. "That man would be a atar lf ha would go on the stage." "What saakes you thiak ha eaa aetr "Haa a aaarrted maa aad rat ha eete happy." "" "* "?|4?|;n) SKIN MADK I.K.MIKIC The Chemical Wonder Company 0f New York man u fact ures ???ven BBlCflU Wonders. which eoable etderea people to lmprove their ajapear ance. These wonders cost 50 cents eacb. Whlte women speod mtllaoas to beaatlfy thesaaaleai <\>iored people ahould make themselves attraottv s dared men who use 'these wonders aecure better Itloaa in haaha, Claba and busluess houses. t\>lored womea occupy hisher posltions aoetall] and comrnercially. marry better, get along bet (l> Complexion \\ , uakes dark skin lighter colored, not vwth artiflcial white. bat uaturally; mukes the skrn itself lighter colored epplled. Keeps the skin healthy. | Makes any tire. Improves any colored countenance llke (2) Magneto-metalllc comb, called WeaaV Caaaa. can be heated be fan ind aill atraUrhtea any halr. Wlll laat a I nks in halr and keeps i hla Woi .'ed into the scalp W1" l!> will n l 0f hair look hand B4MBV : Halr Grow. F-: -nrstalks rttllxar rabbed Into the Bcalp - ?row loi tha acalp B0 it can hold the liair from falling out. It eaa b* heated into the scalp aith a Woadar Coeab. -r Woader Poadar iti ? raUoa ador. Thoa aaad ror. ThOBBSadB of womea are ahat ?>ff from man tl Hfe by this larlalble barrier 1' i,)r un them Brery llrtag being should use thla po* i odor Woader Latqatd la dellghtl Odor Wonder Powder or aeparately. Barroaadfl ody with fragr for th. ifford II iT) Thla plak rarlety of Complexion Woader Creaae, No rallad ell-Plak. Orree lovely plak cb llght broaa or amlattg Lalght browa compleaioa with piok cheeka mark great baaal laformatloa booh free Corr r ad raated eaerywhen optexioa Woader, Ten Cents P M ? BI K4.i i; i <?> | i aea, \,.w v,rk. ????????????????????????????????????.????????a-e^aaaaa-e BLACKMAIL WAS CAUSE OF MURDER Jury Renders Gcmpromise Ver dict in Woodill Crime. KNEW OF HER PAST LIFE Authontiea Believe That Mrs. Woodill Threatened to Expoee Eaatman, and ln Fear of Serving a Pnson Term He Killed Her. , With th? ompromtse verdict Bl cor. ii. r -..- jury at St Mi-ha.-ls. Md.. that Pebati lv Was: man alther killed her or wa :v to the mur Utb M.in Woodill. ani tha ! de<laratlon of "Vtorney Taylor that he was throiiKh with the ca* etram;.. ..' . |j whlch haa for j nearly a Break focasaed the eyea of j tho aatlra coaatry upon thia little out of the way hainlet <>r Maryland'a famous easturn ah ..ue a closed lacldeal Four of the ? irors who 11a tened to th. teetlBBOay at the reopened ln.ju ad to alga th.- %? dv ? until the worda "or acooaaory touhe crime" were added to the .icaft ?* approved by the majority. bluntly ac cused Fast man of tho nmr.ler None of the four dlaaeatlag Juryatea would aay that any other peraoa than Baat man wa* r>sponslhle fat the gtrl's death. The> nierely irlahad to pr Bal tha manner ln whlch the In.piiry wa irlng that much avallabli i was not addi: Thera * i?= n to show that anyon.- bal Kastman and his vlctim were la tl | And the gaal theory of the authorl tles is thla: U3 waa In BBOd of mon? ey; that he probably im.i baaa getting money from Mrs Woodill for some time, thal he aadoubtedly knew some thinj? of her past life, and that ha had been ling her; that he at tempted to coatlaai actica and that the woman r- ntlmatlng that ahe, too, ha-1 found out certaln thlaga ahout Kastniau. and that lr drlven to it would expoee hlm. rtaaaa'a .irea.i af aerrlag a term In the p.-nif.'iitiary in well known His wlfe has said that he told ber he would rather <-ommit aaldda than be eoa>| r.ue.i in arlaoa. The pawalag of the' Jewelry the authortt :.-s ?.,.f ,j0wn to ? tho deslro of Kastman to get away.} I the man .]. <lde,l that his race bad baaa run and that ha had battar make an end to lt all. As to why Mrs Woodill went to the bunga? low there was no evidence. Latter Tells of Alleged Orgy. A letter found upon Kaatman'a body. addressed to Miss Vinnle Bradcome ln Naw York. gave Kastman's tllaustaln ed excuae for the crime. It waa a rambling ac.-ount of how be had been out in a launch with a party of men and women. all of whom had been drlnking to 88X888 wlth the excptlon of himself and Mra Woodill; of ho?? one of tho wom.-n ln a flt of Jealooa frenzy had attacked Mra. Woodill with a wlne battle and killed her; how th? ' ramalnder of the party had taken to flight. leaving him to diapose of the body, and how as a meana of ascape from all of his troublea tbe wrlter had decided to end hia ilfa Kastman asked Miss Hradeome to hurry to Maryland to take charge of hia body and his property. Miss Hradeome ls Eastman s atfa They were married ln 19o?. and llved together only a week. Israel Durham Die* Suddenly. Israel w. Ihirbam, Pennsylvania atate senator from the Second Phila delphia diatrict and former Republican leader of Philadelphia. died at hia cot i tage. 211 Paciflc avenue, Atlantic City. Death waa due to Bright'a diaeaae. The end came In an uraemlc con vulalon. and it U thought that Mr. Darham's death was Indirectly due to the lntense heat, of whlch he had com plalned recaotly. ShorUy after talklng over the tede phone with friends in Philadelphia Mr. Durham uttered a low moan, hia face paled and he trled to atagger tc hia feet. In an lnstant Mrs. Johnaon, his sister. waa at hia alde. She put her arms around her brother aad crled out to him to apeak. Durham trled te aay aomethlng. but bla frame abook. artth what Dr Walter- A Hickman .on^l aevwral moments *?' I was a uraetnic convu Wlth hia I | ;e?rtlag him. Sena tor Put ham .li?d wlthout utterlng a slngle word. Mr. Durhani was flfty four yea an.l a lia> helor. He was born ln Phll Hanged Self Before Helplesa Huaband i his lfmba hy para. ? terror ti I his wife l:i 1 'tiut.lt- ta move a flncer. h* bal one beard hl-i crlea. :inett calmly placed a chalr under B BjB ir her invalid hu* baad* bed aad ta the Ixtare tled a Uaaeedlag her IniMtand'a fran s she affixe.i tag nooso antl ? ;r from tin.ler BBf huna until life- was extlnct. her aBBbaad at las erles. dumbly followlag *lth his .??/?.? th* alov turniim of ber form a rop* twlsted and ui. i Thls mo ttoa had caaei Irel neigh bor bappenetl ad the traa* ? Seventecn Dead In Mine Blaat. 10 of gaa in m : fTaal and Coke eoeBpaaj al Wehraa, Pa. waro killed an.! - : Wlth the . \. epti.in foralgaera. Wlth few ~ thoae InJurM w. 4^ was stated all would proi. | Superlnten.lt nt A M Johnson stated that while the aatae haa alwaya been aa tbe explo elon was Ine ta the tfrnltion of a ?' of eaa Bea lamp of a miner The aea <>p#ratlng weeu Tasaday an | dsy. Those ia the mine ha ' ror their daily aliuwan coal for family uae. Mr*. Gould Geta Her Decree. After a trial which lasted nearly ?rk. Mrs. Kath eriii.' CleaBBtoaa Qoald has obtalned a leaca! -,el)ttrati.in trom her huaband. Howard Gould, thlrd son of the late Jay Goui.i. bj a deeiatoa of Justice Dowling in the supreme court. Wlth th>> ? x.eption of alimonv. her vlctory aaa ooaBplete bal la thts pha the ea*<- the court aerfded thal 5 ir was auffldeBt, although ln her stilt Mr- Qo .: 1 BSked r<>! < She iiati beea recelvlng \ year from Mr Ooald so that the amouut nrf la bat a slight in eYeaaa ^itli tho amount sut .1 for. Mine Worker Murdered For Pay. l'atrick Grant. a*e.| thirty flve yeara. was lardered aa the outskirts of Ma hano% ('i? v. p? . while- on bls way home from aorfc Hia pay. which he r*cetve,i at the nunes ls Bflealag Two stab wounds in th' back of hla h?ad and a faaVCrarad skull tol.i the story of his tragls death. Mtaara bbbbIm that way saw Grant lyln* on th-- arouad helplesa and bleed Ing to death He was hurrl*d to th* Aahland honpttal. but dled oa th* train before r.aching ther*. 8?v*ral men have been arrestfd by the po? llce on suapicion Pillow Smothera Baby. Smothered to death b*twe*n two pillowH waa* tf.o fate. of Louiae. the twelve -months etd baby of li*rman Cunningham of Danvllle. Va. The mother placed the slewplng child Ib a bed while ?he attended to her ustial household duties The baby was aleeping between two plllows. aefaaa whlch waa auspendod a mosqulto net. Mrs. Cunningham re turned to the room an hour lat*r aad aas horrlflej tt> find that one of tha plllows whlch had been elovated, had toppled over and that the baby dead. Big Snake Killed by Train. The biggest snake ever aeen lo the vlcinity of Wllllamaport. Pa.. out alde of a ?a.ge waa cut Into thre.i pleces by a tre.ln at Utceter. It waa ef the black apedes. The pieces wers placed end to end and the anake meaa arod 14 feet. 7 lnche* One day laat week trackmen aaw the reptlle golng through a bay fleld. ita head raiaed tao feet above the grass. Coloring of Stocking Kill* Woman. Mra. Phoeln* Clayton. of Freehold. N. J.. a aldow. thirty years old. la dead at Long Branch of tlood polsooiog eaused by dye ln her atocklng. Her log aaa broken Ib an acctdent. aad aome of the dye got into a wound The amputation of ber right leg failed to aave her.