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RAISULI AtsuL1 LI WILL KILLI KILLIM1EAN KILL KILLBandits KILLMLEAN
M1EAN BY INCHES INCHESLATEST INCHESLATEST
LATEST IN TANGIER TANGIERBandits TANGIERBandits
Bandits Declaration for forRevenge forRevenge forReenge
Revenge Stirs Up Dip Diplomatic DipI ¬
lomatic 1 on1 L tlC Circle CircleTANGTEK r CirclefANGIR lIre I e eT
I
TANGTEK T IIJG ER Oct 22 ZTlte Ths bandit b Bdtt Ral KaltraJis RalfuJi RaluJi
traJis fuJi open declaration deelaratl n that he Intends Intendsto 1Rtendto atend atendto
to kill CaM Ca McLean by 1 Indies in inrevenge InrlVenBe inrvenge
revenge for Frances Interference in inthe intte illtte
tte neffotiatiOM neroUat for the t captives re release releuse ralease ¬
lease has crUd C1NL d a tmuwftiftpiis tnI trO lie OU uproar uproarIn uproarIn VJWO1In
In diplomatic circles circlesIie etreJearLhe eIrcJenihe
rLhe Iie Sultan is pow powei1 powerless t act against againstTiuisull aPLlnIKlblsull aanet aanetflLIsUII
Tiuisull but the British representative representativea repr entaUve entaUvea
a > scat e CUt t hi his government full till particulars particularsc
c cf > f the situation and news MW that an Eng English Engl EngJ ¬
J lish l ih fh fleet on the way is hourly noun expected expectedNews xpcte xpcteNewa pected
News of Ralsulis decision wall wa brought broughthere
here h tt Je by former followers of the bandit banditThere banditThr
There Have been heavy d defMrtktft ertioHB from fromLIs frOlDlis fromls
LIs ranks nnka as a result of the fear that thatIp thatC
I Ip C has ha at last gone one so o fir that the thepowers therowers thercwer
powers will 111 not rest until hlte hI band Is Isexterminated 1 1extern
exterminated exterminatedThe extern nated natedThe
The defeat of eight regiments of the theFultons theEultans theFultan3
Fultons soldiers and the capture e ipture of his hiscoinmanderinehief blscmmanderInchlef hisccmmanderlnehlet
coinmanderinehief Kaid Bushta Bag Bagdani Baganl BagJanf
dani anl in a battle with Pretender Mulal MulaiHafld MulalHaftd Mulali
i Hafld October 17 has ha MO I o encouraged encouragedthe
the pretenders followers that the en entiro entre entire
tire south is I riving and desperate d perdte fight fighting ftghtIn tightp ¬
p ing In Is looked for between the French Frenchtrrops Frenchtrc Frenchtn
trrops trc tn ops and the tribesmen tribesmenThe trlbe tribeamenThe men menThe
The French generally thick the pow powers powtr powCr ¬
tr ers will gain by aiding Sultan Abd AbdTTlAxfe AbdEtAzlz AbdEtAzIz
TTlAxfe financially It is doubtful if he hecarft heC2f1 hei
i carft c1 long hold even his capital ca caItaI tal against againsttie qalnatt1Jt apinett
t tie rebels unless assisted aaal ted with liberal liberalloans liberali beral beralloans
i loans loansMANY loansMANY
MANY CONTRIBUTE CONTRIBUTETO CONTRIBUTETOAIDOPERATORS
TO TOAIDOPERATORS TOAIDOPERATORSCommittee Am OPERATORS OPERATORSCommitfee
i
Committee of Central Labor LaborUnion LaborUnion LaborUnIon
Union Reports Upon UponIts Uponlis UponIts
Its Work WorkThe Workrhe WorkThe
The special committee commttt of three ap appointed apJJomted apliGinted ¬
pointed at the last meeting meetta of Central CentralIxvbor C CentralLbor tral trallAbor
lAbor TJjrton UWIo to solicit Kelt eeatrlbutiOHS eeatrlbutiOHSfrom COAullMltlotLfrom coatribetloasfrom
from the eighty hty affiliated unions union for fortLv fertLt forf
f tL tLv striking Commercial Telegraphers Telegraphersreported TelCsmJ Telegraphersreported M1f1 M1f1reported
reported to the central body l > od last night nighttii nighttiTOUP nighttiroujh
tii tiTOUP rough Chairman James F McHugh McHughof
of the th Stonecutters He said that the thecommittee thec0mmlttee theH
H committee had been cordially received receivedeverywhere receivedenrywbere receivedeverywhere
everywhere they had gone OlIe that they theyhad lheykld theysf
sf had visttep 181t twentyone organizations organisationsand
and had been given liberal sums 2um He Heste Heo Heukei
o ukei ste 1 < ed < l that the committee be enlarged enlargedto
to six b so as to cover the field Quickly QuicklyChairman iuicklyChairmen
Chairman McHugh potato polnt4 out two twostriking twostlklng
striking instances where contributions contributionsLad contributionslad
Lad been be n made The committee went wentto wenttl
to tl t Costeltos Hall and found a meet meeting meetSOl meetIng ¬
ing SOl > Df > f appraittoec a OMIOO5 tn h session n The begs beysranged belSrnged begsT
T rnged in age from fifteen fllt en to eighteen eighteenars
51 ars and make 15 5 to 18 a w week ek There Therew T Therere e ere
w re about twenty of them present presentTicy present9i 8lieDt
Ticy 9i 1 ty contributed contt1bu flS is By mistake the theCommittee thecmmHtee theC
Committee C mmILtee called on the Woodmen ftOdBlen of oftlv oft oft
tlv t World orld thinking it a labor organiza organization or oranizat aniza anizatlO ¬
tion tlO t in acssien They were Invited in inplven Inytn Ingvn
plven ytn the floor to t state their case after afterwhich aftero1kh afteriicIi
which iicIi every member present contributed contributeda contributeddIlaT
a f dollar dollarVvhen donarVhen dIlaTWhen
When the committee completes cunlplete its itsvc ItsIrk itscrrk
crrk < vc rk > this week they will have collected collecteda collectedfend
a fend that will probably reach 8000 8000or lf StQOor > > O Oor
or KOOO KOOOJ 4000 4000TlcI
orT J T L Rodier le delegate to the American Americanylcratkm
TlcI df tte tter8
0 ylcratkm lcration of Labor ce cen convention n e that thatmeets thtrn
meets r8 e18 in Norfolk next month was in inE Inrueted Inrtcted
E ructed to t4 bring to the attention of efthat oftJ1l ofthat
that body the efforts of the Manu Manufacturers Xanut Mannfturera ¬
facturers t cl urera Association through the local localI locallmployera local1np1oyera
I rnployers A Association oclaUon in i its fight nghtrruinst fightr lightinst
rruinst r dnst the building trades to establish establisht eetabllahtl
tl t > t open shop in Washington and ask askthe askthc asktIE7
the American Federation o of Labor to totalre tot11 tota1
± t11 talre > some official cognisance of the mat mattor matt
tor t He was further instructed to ad advocate adate adoato ¬
vocate oato ate the strict autonomy or 0 all trades tradesDENIED tI8Ale8REFORMED tradesREFORMEfl
DENIED SYNOD SfflflOmm SYNODOEB SYNODDEBATESMISSIONS
mm OEB DEBATESMISSIONS DEBATESMISSIONSExtension TES BUS BUSExtension MISSIONSExtension
Extension of Work in Japan JapanReferred JapanReferred JapanReferred
Referred to Board BoardSes BoardSessi BoardSession Ses Session ¬
sion si n EndsDespite Ends EndsDespite Endsc
c Despite eloquent appeals from the theTlcv theRev thencv
Rev A 5C X Faust and n4 the Rev W E XIxxrope ELmpe ELtnpo
Ixxrope for an extension exten ton of o the mis missionary ml mldonr3 misPonary ¬
sionary Ponary work which the th Reformed ReformedChurch ReformedChurch Reformedhurch
Church hurch has been doing in Japan before beforeth beforethn beforet
th thn t annual session Be 8Ion of the Potomac PotomacSynod Potomac5ynod PotomacSynod
Synod which closed yesterday at the theGrace theOrn theOraoc
Grace Orn Reformed Church at Fifteenth Fifteenthrnd 11tteeDth 11tteeDthp Fifteenthmd
rnd p nd 0 streets lrettbl northwest nqrthweat it is probable probablethat prohablethat probablethat
that the board d or of of missions to which tne tneMatter tlie tlietter tuettter
Matter tter has lU been referred will vote voteagainst voteagainst votez
z against the movement movementThe movementTh movementTho
The Th two men JAen have 1 > ave been beenengqed engaged in inriisaionary Inrtlsslonary inriisslonary
riisaionary work at Sendal Japan for fora torft fora
a number of years years and nd they asked for formore tormoro forL
L more money DH neyto to carry on the t work workTheir workTheir workTheir
Their appeals were answered an wered by a dis discussion dlscugslon disciisslon ¬
cussion In which it was argued that thatfrom thatfrom thatfrnm
from now no on it rests with the natives nativesvho nativeho nativesvho
vho ho have been won to Christianity fur furtn furt furj furjtr
tn t tr IPr r to evangelize Japan JapanThe JapanThe JapanThe
The committee on finances reported reportedthat roportec1th1t roportodthat
that 115000 oC the 40000 4 GOO which Is to be beraised beraIsed beraised
raised by the Potomac Synod before the then th thJ1 thrxt
n rxt < xt meeting has already been secured securedThe securedThe securedThe
The synod voted 3600 to supplement supplementthe supplemntthe supplemOntthe
the deficiency this year ea1 in the endow endowment endowment endowent ¬
ment ent fund ot the Lancaster Lanea ter Theological TheologicalSeminary TheologicalSeminary TheologicalSeminary
Seminary Votes of o thanks were passed passedby pas passedby ec1 ec1by
by the synod to Postmaster aBrnes for formall tormall formall
mall facllltes and to the Rev Dr DrSclilck DrSdtick DrSltIck
Sclilck pastor of the Grace Reformed ReformedChurch ReformedChurch ReformedChurch
Church for the hospitality shown the theBelegatos thei1elegates
I Belegatos BelegatosThe i1elegatesThe lelegatosThe
The synod decided upon po Hanover Pa Paas Paas
as 5 the next meeting place on October OctoberMAY
0 IMS IMSMAY 1 1MAY
MAY CITE CHICAGO BANKER BANKERFOR BANKERFOR BANKERFOR
FOR CONTEMPT OF COURT COURTCHICAGO COURTCHICAGO COURTCHICAGO
CHICAGO Ill Oct 2S 2SThc The shadow shadowof s8c1owot shadowof
of contempt proceedings hangs over the thehead th th1end thebend
head of L1fIULft > 3fnan A Walton vice preii preiint He i
< 1 14 > nt t of the Equitable Trust Company Companycause CompanyC CompanyyCftU5O
cause C U80 of his refusal to answer im imI buIortant unT
T I Iortant ortant questions < < put to him as a wil wiln wiln
n ss s before the he Federal grand Jury
Tho refusal of the witness to answer answerfL enswerI
11 I fL questions put put to tQhlm tL him has IU baffled baffledtTio baI baffledtL ed edt
tTio t lu efforts of the government to secure securejixJictm secureiiictmonti 8Cur4f 8Cur4fiIJictmenta
jixJictm iIJictmenta ts of John R Walshs We sub subc swllhnat g gd
c > iJ llhnat d mates As th the graM jury vscalled wascalled WaS WaSaUed
called for 113 Ii other oU OthO r nttfion ruasost that to as associate 86ucJale asT ¬
T sociate th tile banker with these other two twomen twoIrten
men the efforts oC the district ecrict aLter attorney altortle aLterney ¬
ney tle so far have been ul useless
MISS BLANCHr BLANCHE MfRITZ MfRITZBRIDE M FRITZ FRITZBRIDe rPITZBP1D
BRIDE BP1D OP OFfit 01 H J JWILS JWILSON WILSON N
Couple Will MakeHome MakeHomein Maket Home Homein
in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThe PhiladelphiaThe PhiladelphiaThe
The Rev J M OBrien OBrienof QBrierof Brien Brienof
of St Peters Church ChurchOfficiated ChurchOfflciatea ChurchOfficiate
Officiated OfficiatedA Officiate OfficiateA
A pretty wedding last week ek was that thatof thatof thatof
of Miss Mls Blanche May Fritz daughter of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Frederick Howard Howardto to Harry J JWilson JVlI JWilson
Wilson VlI on The ceremony remony took place placeWednesday pJs plaveWednesday < < e eWednuday
Wednesday afternoon In St Peters PatersChurch PetersChurch PetersChurch
Church the Rev James Jam M u oBriet oBrietofficiating Brier Brierofficiating Brielottfelat1ftg
officiating officiatingAfter officiatingAfter I IAfter
After the reception raceptl n held in the home homeof homeot homeof
of the brides mother Mr and Mrs MrsWilson 101rsWI180n MrsWilson
Wilson left on their bridal trip They Theywill Theywm Theywill
will reside r 8lde in Philadelphia PbtladelphlLSYLVESTER < 4SYLVESTER j
SYLVESTER INSPECTS INSPECTSPolice INSPECTSTERMINAL INSPECTSTERMINALSTATION
TERMINAL TERMINALSTATION TERMINALSTATIONPolice STATIONPolice
Police Will Be B Detailed for forSpecial forpecial forSpecial
Special Duty Day Dayand Dayand DayandNight
and andNight andNightWith Night NightWith
With a view of furnishing furft lag adequate adequatepolice adequatepolice dfMluateJou
police Jou e protection when the Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimoreand fleltimoraand
and Ohio begins running trains from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the new Union station Major Sylvester Sylvesteryesterday Sylve Sylvesteryesterday ter teryesterday
yesterday made a a tour of inspection of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the new terminal terminalAs terminalAs terminalAs
As only the east end of the station stationwill statiOftwl1l stationwill
will be thrown open to the public on onthis onthis onthis
this date the heaviest traffic will be bealong bealong bealong
along the Delaware D laware avenue approach approachAt appreaehrAt
At present this street is very 4M poorly poorlylighted POOrlylighted poorlylighted
lighted from the street car tracks to tothe tothe tothe
the station and Terminal Agent G W WMartaln Wlartln WMartain
Martaln has requested Major Sylvester Sylvesterto
to have policemen stationed along the thehighway thehighway thehighway
highway after dark darkOwing darkOwing
Owing to the fact that street car cartracks cartracks cartracks
tracks have not been laid on any of efthe ofthe ofthe
the approaches to the station it is ex expected expeeted cxpocted ¬
pected that there will be a large de demand cI6ntnd domend ¬
mend for hack and carriage carIia < < e hire Po Policemen PoUettmen PaIlcemen ¬
licemen will 111 be stationed at the hack hacknand backIiJtaDd hackstand
nand to see that the drivers comply complywith complywith complywith
with the law and do not overcharge overchargestrangers ovecha overchargestrangers e estrangers
strangers Hack Inspector Catts tts will willhave winba willbayer
have ba ve general supervision 8u 1on over the ve vehicles veblch yehides ¬
hides hiclesIt blch blchIt hidesIt
It is expected the main rotunda and andwaitingroom andwaIUngroom andwaitingroom
waitingroom will be opened to the thepublic thepUblic thepublic
public November 27 Z On this tht date all allthe aUthe allthe
the lines now coming In at the Sixth Sixthstreet Sixthstreet Sixthstreet
street station will begin fusing be g the new newterminal Jt8Wterminal newterminal
terminal terminalDetectives terminalDet terminalDetectives
Detectives Det Uves Home and uasrs Sears trill vtU be bedetailed bedetailed bedetailed
detailed in plain clothes St dt the new newstation n newstation w wstaUon
station stationMabelle staUonMabeI stationMabelle
Mabelle e Corey CoreyEo CoreyF 4 i iEptmd
Eptmd Eo F und nd Inspiration InspirationFor InspirationFor t tFor
For Nature N ture Fak FafeCHICAGO FakCxllCAGO FakChICAGO
CHICAGO Oct 2 22Mabele Mabejle GUman GUmanCorey GUmBCo GUmanCorey
Corey Co wife of William Elite EI11 Corey who whodivorced whodivorced whodivorced
divorced the wife of his youth to wed wedthe wedthe wedthe
the actress is to become an authoress authoressShe authore authoreShe authoressShe
She will 111 wrfte a nature book bookMr bookXr bookMr
Mr and Mrs Corey have left for New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York They wore in Chicago for twenty twentyfour twentytour twentyfour
four hours having returned from fromWatersweet fromWatersweet fromWatersweet
Watersweet Mich where here they th y spent spentthree spentthrH spentthrce
three weeks hunting huntingIs
Is it true that thej you arc ar going goID to enter enterthe enterthe enterthe
the field eld of nature mdure literature Mrs MrsCorey Mrsf
f Corey ws asked askeeLhI askedI
hI 1 am thinking of it I do not see why
I should not I am sure I could do it itwith Itwith ItwIth
with less contradiction than some of the tlwnature OMnature thenature
nature writers wrlt re I sv went aRt t it to surprise my
friends It will be such su h a a pleasant way
of spending an hour or so a day I I110e
110e love nature natureMrs nature111I8 natureMrs
Mrs Corey then told about a frog
she had killed while out In a boat bo t last lastweek lutweeok lastweek
week She 1he8ld he said when she be went to pick
it up hit It had both front pews IlW1 crossed crossedon
on Its breast praying prayingWHEELING prayingWHEELING prayingWEEELG
WHEELING MAN KILLS SELF SELFWHEELING SELFWHEELING SELFWHEELING
WHEELING W Y Va Oct 2SJ
Frank Adams dama prominent In the the bust business bu bustrceg l ln ¬
ness n social and political Ute of JThctU > whc > hcI hcIng l
log ng ended his life with H bullet through
His brain last evening ev Utlftlr He was born bornlerk
fo Canada and was married 1 lit New IiewIO
lerk No cause is known for the Mans manaRough
action6Rougb action
Rough andReady andReady and andReady
Ready Foodi FoodThats FoodThats Food FoodThats
i
Thats ThatsGrape ThatsGrapc ThatsGrapc
Grapc = Nuts Njitsmade Nutsmade
made of Whole Wheatan Wheat Wheatand Wheatand
and an d Barley BarleySongfe Barley9uh
Songfe 2 9uh ugh crJsp granuleBrtha granuleBrthagive granu1es tha thaGIvethe th thgive
give GIvethe the teeth work wor1toh workohwfng oheVln oheVlnthat wing
that brings down the saliva salivaand seUvaand salivaand
and andKeafly andKeaa andZeadyto
Keafly Keaa Zeadyto to BO g Into Into the systam systamand sst s3itemand m mand
and makes muscle brain bn n and andnErvos andn andnurvos
nErvos n rvos
Because In the n manufacture manufacturethe nufacture nufacturethe
the starch s rch of the grains gralnsls is pre predigested predlgBted prodigested
digested by moisture time and andloni andlong andlong
long baking bak1ngN bdngTaturcs Natnrcs turcs own ownway ownw ownway
way wayMillions w wayMillions I I1nmens
Millions of strong stron brainy b l y suo suocaesful sU sUce suceasful
caesful ce sful people oeo oa oarGrareNuts oarGrareNutsevery GrapeNuts GrapeNutsevery Grap Nuts Nutseory
every day
x
Theres a Reasoii55r Reasoii55rReed ReasonS ReasonSRead ReasonRead
Read the little book The Bead UHd ead to toWellvHle toWelIvmc toWelIvIlle
WellvHle in pkgs pkgsJ pkg
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MRS RiJHARRY HARRY J WILSON WILSONFormerly WiLS WILSONFormerly N i iFormerly
Formerly Miss Blanche May Fritz FritzWfioae FritzWhose I IWhose
Whose Marriage Took Place PlaceLast PlaceLast PlaceLast
Last Wednesday WednesdayENDS WednesdayVETERAN WednesdayVETERAN
VETERAN WRITER WRITERENOS RLT R RENDS
ENDS HIS HISLABORS HISLABORSCharles LABORS UiOBSCharles LABORSI
I Charles H Allen of Vasl Was1I Waslington Vaslington
ington Post Dies After AfterLong AfterLong Aft r rI
I I Long Illness IllnessThe
The Rev Dr G CF C tp F Bratenahl Dratenahl will willconduct willOOJIduct willConduct
conduct funeral services for Charles Chul H HAllen HAllen HAllen
Allen who died Monday morning at the thehome thehome thehome
home of his son the Florence apart apartmeat apartment apartj apartjmoot
meat house after a a protracted illness illnessThe 111ft 111ftTbe illnessThe
The services HrV servic will be held in MLSt Jtlt St Al Albans AJbas Albans
bans Church on the Tenteytown toad toadtomorrow Toadtomorrow rodtomorrow
tomorrow afternoon at 2 oclock In Interment lDterment Intorment ¬
terment will be at Congressional Con e Menal Ceme Cemetery Cemetery eme emetey ¬
tery teryMr
Mr Mr4Jlen Alien was well known and alMlly ttfgfe ttfgfely lOgh1y
ly 1y respected re respect pec in newspaper cIrcle hav having havIng haylag ¬
ing been for formany many years connected with withvarious withrlo Withvarious
various rlo publications throughout the theCast tb tbEaat theEast
Cast and Middle West After making a abrilliant abrilliant abrilliant
brilliant record for himself during the thecivil thecivil thecivil
civil war as 8 a a member of the Thirteenth Thirteenthchusetts Thlrt8eDth Thlrt8eDthutta ThiritientsMchuestts
Mchuestts chusetts utta Infantry Mr Allen AIle went wentAfter wentto Wentto
to ladlanapopa where h became auo auoWI assodd
dd with WI t the t IttfLnII11 TournalAfr rOUlDaJ rOUlDaJftIJr
After ftIJr leaving Jea losv teat place he was at attna atotbettime atotbeftimes
otbettime tna times on tHe staffs of cf f the Terr TerrHaute rem terreHaute remHaute
Haute Express Etpre sad a d th thCourier the theCourier Xvaanll XvaanllCowieI
Courier respectively and andJL a few fpw years yearslater yearslater yearslater
later came to Washington Washington uhincton as q the Con ConKreswjonal Congresttional Congronal
Kreswjonal correspondent of otMYeral otMYeralWe several severalI severalWestern
I Western We tern papers penl Other publications publicationswith publicationswith ublicatiofUI ublicatiofUIwith
with which Mr Allen was at different differenttimes cUerenttimes dtfferenttimes
times connected conn eted are Ie Public Optafcm Opift Op doa the theNational tb tbNaU theNatinal
National NaU > Dl Republican and the Washing Washington Washington WIugton ¬
ton Post PostHe POIItHe PostHe
He is 1 survived > > by Only nly one 9 child childCharles elandCharlea childCharles
Charles Gordon Allen vice president pt t of ofthe oftheDlatrtet ofthe
the theDlatrtet District and Washtrtton Washb1ton Title In Insurance Insuraace Insurance ¬
surance Companies of t toJI < s city citySEATTLE citySEATTLE citySEATTLE
SEATTLE MAKING PLANS PLANSTO PLANSTO PLANSTO
TO ENTERTAIN METHODISTS METHODISTSSEATTLE METHODISTSSEATTLE METHODISTSSEATTLE
SEATTLE Oct 22 22PreparatIons Preparations are arebeing arebelllAmsde arebeing
being belllAmsde made here to entertain Methodists Methodistsfrom XethodiatrGln Methodistsfrom
from from all allover over the world who will willsemble as assemble assemble ¬
semble November S I to attend ttrndthe the he 3rCoth 3rCothodist M otli otliodist th thOO1t
odist missionary ml lonary convention conventionTh
Th delegates dele ate will me meet in the taboo tabernacle la lauacJe tabooiacla ¬
nacle where reviv1 18vh revi 1 meetings 1neetln ts aN now nowin ROWlr nowb
in b progress Every bishop from every tVc tVccountrv vcry vcrycountry
country In the world where the church churchis burciilb
is established will be here hereJ hereI hereCoughed
J
1 I 1I
I I
Coughed CoughedContinually CoughedContinually CoughedContinually
Continually ContinuallyBVTOIHT ContinuallyPISOS
SWORN TESTIMONY TESTIMOJTTRlvea TESTIMONYRiven
Rlvea by airs Mary O
Marshall la the Superior SuperiorOoart SuperiorCourt
Court of Cincinnati CincinnatiIcoughed
4 Icoughed continu continually cozitinually ¬
ally for six months monthslungs monthslungs
lungs very sore sorehad sorehadconstint had hadconstant
constant pain in my mychest m mchestand
chest chestand and was much muchemaciated muc mucemaciated
emaciated could couldfind couldfind
find no relief After Aftertwothirds Aftertwothirds
twothirds of my first firstbottle firstbottle
bottle of ofPISOS ofPISOS
PISOS PISOSCURE PISOSI PISOSCURE
I CURE CUREmy
I my health began to toimprove toimprove
I improve and I soon soongrew soon soonI soongrew
grew strong and andfat andfatSuch fat fatSuch fatSuch
I Such sworn testimony
from many man witnessesconvinced witnessesconvinced witnesses witnessessecured
convinced the the COtJrt and andsecured
I secured for us a perma permanent pern2anent rm rmI ¬
nent in injunction against againstaworthless a aworthless aworthIess
worthless imitation For Fornearly Fornearly Fornearly
I nearly half a century
Pisos I > isos Cure has been re relieving relievingtbe relievingtbe ¬
lieving lievingtbe tbe mos obstinate obstinatecoughs obstinatecoughs obstinatecoughs
coughs and colds of both bothbronchial bothbronchial bothbronchial
bronchial and pulmon pulmonary pulmonary pulmonary ¬
ary nature natureGiro natureG1Te natureGive
Give it a fair trial trialand trialandltJllcuroyou trialand
and andltJllcuroyou andltJllcuroyouB ItTvlllcureyou ItTvlllcureyouBroker itnillcuroyouB
B OPPENH OPPENHliJ1 OPPENHliJ1Eroker lif1ER lif1ER1roker
Broker in ROugh and Cut Diamonds Diamondsand Dlauondsaud Diamondsanti
and Other Precious Stones Stonesa StoncHolborsi
a Hrtboro B UIorR Viaduct London K Eo a c England Englandaad EDcJanda8d Englandand
and a J Boulevard Leopold LeopoIdAntwerp LeopoIdAntwerpBaakersUCalon LeopoldAfltwerpflenkerstaion Antwerp AntwerpBaoKore
BaoKore BaakersUCalon Union or otLon London Gn Smiths SmithsDank SmlthsBank SmithsBank
Bank Hoitoorn Circus Branch London LondonC
2 C England EDcIaDdk ngland
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WANT MORLPAY MORLPAYFOR MOREPAYFOR
FOR MAil MAILCARRNG MAILCARRNGShip CARRYING CARRYINGShip
Ship Owners O vners Object to Re Reduction Reduction Reduction ¬
duction Made by Postal PostalUnion PostalUnion PostalUnion
Union UnionThe UnionThe UnionThe
The Posioffic P loe Department Is I receiving receivingnumerous raclvligIuInerou eclvng eclvngr
numerous r umero eompiainU from ship owners ownersprotesting own ownDrote oWflSt oWflStprotesting
protesting Drote tin against a aln the reduction reduGtlonln in the therate th thrate therate
rate of pay allowed by thr department departmentfor dep tment tmentfor
for the transportation tMft pOrtaUon of Ute foreign foreignmails foreignmalls Urel Urelmallll
mails mailsFollowing mallllFvUowlng mallslullowlng
Following the recent reduction in the therates tberales theroles
rates roles of foreign postage P llta e the Fostofnce FostofnceDepartment poetofflceDcp PostofliceDepartment
Department Dcp rtment in conformity to the action actionof aetlonot actionof
of the tb postal J OIIt1 union reduced thJ th pay of ofthe ofthtt ofthe
the ships from 44 to t X oents per p r pound poundfor poundtor poundfor
for nrstclaas matter and lid from 4V4 4 4l to
4 cents per pound en ss all other classes claanesSecond c1ae classesSecond e eSecond
Second Assistant Postmaster General GeneralJames GeneralJam GeneralJames
James Jam T MeCleary JocCl r said today that it itwould Itould itwould
would ould be impossible for the department departmentto
to xne meet t the demands of the ship own owners ownefll ownore ¬
ers ae a the United nttecl States postal laws lawsprovide lWIIprovide lawsprovide
provide that the rate of transportation transportationhall tranaportatlonhaU transportationshall
shall hall be that ftxod by jy the postal po tal conven convention conyentlun convention ¬
tion tionShould
Should the ship lp owners continue to toI todemand todemand
I demand an Increase Inerea said aId Mr Mc Mcdeary McCleary Mccleary
Cleary it it will be necessary to let the theContracts thecmtraets thecontracts
Contracts to other ships IIbt as it is not notpossible fttsslble notpasible
possible sslble under the law te pay more than thanwe tbnwe thanwe
we are paying payin < < under the new rate rateMr rat ratMr rateMr
Mr XcCleary said that otherwise otbery1 the thenvw then thenew
new n w foreign postage arrangement was wasi wuworking wasworking
i working well and apparently was wasgreatly wugr wasgreatly
greatly gr ottly appreciated appr clated by y the public publicThe jubltcThe
The international reply coupon is issaid IsId issaid
said Id by postal offlidals to be working workingwell workingwell workingwell
well and In a a larsj 1ar larga measure meeting meetinga
a longfelt want The coupons may be bepurchased bepurcba bepurchased
purchased purcba > > ed at poetoffices po toftices for I cents centseach centeac1l centseach
each and upon presentation pr tatlon at a post postoiftce po postedice t t0Uke
oiftce in any countries countt represented repre euted in inthe Inthe Inthe
the new postal convention will entitle entitlethe entitlethe
the person presjntlag < < it to receive receivewithout recetvwithout receivewithout I
without charge a portage stamp of that thatcountry thatcountry I
country equivalent in b value to a Scent ScentUnited icentUnited bcentUnited
United States postage stamp stampNEW stampNEW stampME
NEW ME POSTAL PRIVILEGE PRIVILEGEThe PRIVILEGETAKES PIVftEGETAKES
TAKES VITH IT PEOPLE PEOPLEne
The rule recently promulgated by byPostmaster byPoptJneter byPotsnaster
Postmaster General ral Meyer permitting permittingthe permittingthe
< the Ie use of postage OIIta < < e stamps of any de denomination de1tOJDlnation do donomination ¬
nomination to secure r special delivery deliveryprivileges deliver deliverprlyjJetres deliveryprivileges
privileges is working well wellPostmaster wellPcMItmuter wellPostmaster
Postmaster Barnes of the ib Washington Washingtonoffice Wuhl Washingtonoffice toft toftotrlce
office estimates Hmates that about onefourth onefourthof
of the special delivery letters are now nowmailed nowmalled nowmailed
mailed with the 1 and D4 2 ct stamps stampsInstead stampsInstead
Instead of the special delivery stamp stampMr stampKr stampMr
Mr Barnes finds also A considerable in increase Inereaae Increase
crease in the special delivery bustness bustnesswhich bwd1tea8Which bustaeamwhich
which is attributed te the new regula regulation recuIalion regsitaLion ¬
lion tionThe
The public should uld keep in mind fcatd aM aMr lei lei1Ir
Sir 1Ir r Barnes Barn Ythat that the special delivery deliveryfee deliver deliverfee deliveryfee
fee is 10 cents cent in addition to the regular regularpostage regularpo regularpOetge
postage po tace charge When the ordinary ordinarystamps ordlnaiyatampa ordinarystamps
stamps are used the words special do dolivery delIvelY dolivery
livery should be written directly cUr8 tlf under underthe uad uadUte underthe
the stamps stampsHARRY 8tamJNIHARRY stampsIIAfiRY
HARRY THAW TA SELLS SELLSINTERtSTINBITOLAGE SELLSINTEREST 8EftINTERESIi
INTERtSTINBITOLAGE INTERtSTINBITOLAGEPITTSBURO INTEREST IN BIRTHPLAGE BIRTHPLAGEPITTSBURG
PITTSBURG Pa Oct StHarrj StHarrjKendall 2HrrKendall Harry HarryKendall
Kendall Thaw has disposed of his inter interest Interest Intereat ¬
est in the historic toric house tNt was hi hibirthplaca lila blablrthp1a lilabirthpla
birthplaca blrthp1a o Four deeds cJe s bearing his sig signature Signature aignature ¬
nature iu and d that of 0 Jars In Evelyn Nesbtt NesbttThaw NesbitTba NesbttThaw
Thaw Tba W were flied yesterday ye terday before beforeCounty beforeCounty beforeCounty
County Recorder John W Fairraan Fairraantransferring FalnmLntraJUlfurlnc Fairmantransferring
transferring onetweatieth onetwe Ueth of tbe undi undivided unmvlded undivideO ¬
vided Interest In the Thaw estate at atFifth atFlUh atFifth
Fifth street street to Edward F wwrd and Josiah J atah Qep Copley Qepley Qep1ev ¬
ley Thaw Mrs lIra Margaret K pret Thaw Carnegiv Carnegivaiid Carnesw8u4 lrnegtsand
and Alice Cornelia Seymour Countess Countessof Count Countof cuntesof
of Yarmouth The consideration is isI
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Coal prices Prices Wont Go Up UpAssert UpAssert UpAssert >
Assert Capital Dealers DealersThere Deal DealersThe rs rsTher
There The Will Be No Advances This Winter Winterand Winterand Winterand
and Now Everybody Can Breathe BreatheFreely BreatheFreely BreatheFreely
Freely Once On OnceMore e More
There will be no advance In the theprice thepriceof price priceof trice tricec
of c 11 anthracite cool to eonsMmers oomers in this thiscity tblaelly thiscity
city the present prent winter winterjretc WintSrPre ft ftPrt
jretc Prt Pre egt t prices ptos win prevail unless unlessserious u uno a aserious
serious no labor strike should tie up the thePennsylvania tit thPennsylvania
Pennsylvania collieries coIlled or an unusually unusuallysevere uausulIysevere
severe wirter oauae oue an unprecedented unprecedenteddemand unpr unprecedenteddemand ented
demand that could not be promptly promptlymet promptlymot
met In either event ther therfll would be a aquick aQuick
quick and decisive decl tve > advance vance controlled controlledby C Dtrolled Dtrolledi
by b the scope of the tieup at t the u mines minesor minesor
or thn length ef the Intense Int cold coldweather coldweather
weather weatherAt weatherAt
At t the present pre ent time labor conditions in inthe Intle
the anthracite field are settled t and andthere andtherE andthere
there is no prospect prope t in sight of any anylabor by1b anylabor
labor 1b < r trouble that will affect a < < ed the price priceof priceor paineof
of coal AH of the anthracite thraeUe operators operatorshave operatorshave
have hay a a large stock of anthracite and aU ailof aUof
of their mines are ar working full time timeTha timeThe
The only thing at this time that thatcalt can in inany 1ftlay Inany
any lay way Y Affect feet the supply promptly promptlyreaching promptlyreochtg promptlyreaching
reaching consumers at the present pre nt rid ruling mIne ridlag ¬
lag prices is a car shortage on the thetrunk thetrunk thetrunk
trunk lines coming out of the anthra anthracite athraeUe anthratite ¬
cite fields
fieldsMo
No Advance in Prices PricesAnnually PricesAnnvaUy PricesAnnually
Annually at this season oft of the year yearwith yerwith yearwith
with the advent of the first cool weather weatherthe w wthe weathOrthe
the commercial c mm8lcta1 alarmist alannlat alannlattbt announces announcesthat announcesthat
that there will be an It early arid a sharp sharpadvance sharpalvapce rp rpaflallC4t
advance in the prices of coal He has hasmade baamade hasmade
made his report for this th season on and his hisviews h hws hisviews
views ws find many believers believersTo believersTo believersTo
To learn the true situation < > f the coal coalmarket coalmarkbt coalinarktit
market a Times representative called on onwholesale onwhofesalts onwhofesale
wholesale and retail dealers yesterday yesterdayadvance yesterdayto
to If there was any prospect of an anadvaaee anadvance
advance in prices The unanimous unaalmouopinion unanimousopinion I Iopinion
opinion of all 11 the dealers seen een was to toth toth toth
th effect that there ther will be no advance advanceand advanceand advanceand
and that present prices will prevail this thisseason thteNUlIOn thismeson
season seasonAt NUlIOnAt mesonAt
At the offices of the Allegheny Coal CoalCompany CoalCompany CoalCompany4
Company one of the largest dealers d er in inthe 1ftthe Inthe
the city it was raid that there would wouldb wouldhI wouldb5
hI b5 b no advance ad this winter that there
A leading hVlth th jowrxMO in answer answering auwer1 answerlag ¬
lag In the t question qJoahWhat What is tb tM best bestpreaeriptlOR bestpressrfptofi
preaeriptlOR pre erlptb to clean and iwrify the theblood tbeblood theblood I
blood prints in a a repeat eat isswe lees the thefollowing tbt1Io th thfolIowts
following folIowts 1Io Fluid dtocttcfcr dtocttcfcref xtz ef pa paone Oendo Oendooa I
lion oa oaoMt JIaIt essop I ssnpa IIIJ g jilt jiltone 1r 1rone
one ounce Compound CoM syrup parispei Serssporilla parispeirilla I Irtll
rilla rtll three th ounces Shake Jh hake well and use usein UNIn useIn
in teaspoonful donfc after each meal nearand meallid mealand
and lid at t bedtime bedtimeA ttms ttmsA i
A wellknown local druggist who Wto is isfamiliar Isfamiliar I Ifamiliar
familiar with this prescription states statesthat statesthat tatea I
that it is 1 harmless harml rAt oetng etng composed composedof compo
of simple ingredients ln redle Us which can be beobtained bepbtaJned bepbtsIned
obtained from any good prescription prescriptionpharmacy practtptlobarm prescflptboflpharmacy
pharmacy pharmacyit barm Cy CyI
it I t cleans the blood of all impurities impuritiesand Jmpuritlu1td Impuritiesand
and 1td nourishes the blood In just J 8t a few fewdays fewdays
days the skin kin begins to clear of sore aoreaboI soresbolts I
boI bolts 1 I and pimples It Itenergy puts vigor anQ anti antienergy
energy into rundown debilitated men menand menand incaand i
and women For many years Y YW Sarsapa Sarsapartlia Sar Sarsaparifle ap aprilla
rifle alone has been considered con ld r a good goodblood soodblood goodblood
blood medicine But while it built bu t up upand upaftd upand
and made new ne blood the impurities re remained yeinalned ¬
mained within and the th good accom
had been no advance in prices pric for six sisyears sixy sixyets
years y since nee the jwthmajte thr ujJ qemmiwlen qemmiwlenappointed semmiselenappointed roml lon lonappointed
appointed b by the President Pre ldent settled the thegreat therMt thegreat
great rMt strike and which fixed prices as asthey A Atbey asthey
they now axist xit That scale > > eal of prices pricesfix prlctseft pricestines
fix ft tines the t 6 retail price to t consumers qensuiflers n8Umers front fromSeptember front8eptembr frontSeptember
September to April at J73i 731 In April Aprilthe Aprilthe JKll JKlltbeo
the price trtc drops to M1 Mofl lb < then as the theseason thowaaon theseason
season advances through the summer an anadvance anadance anadvance
advance of W 11 cents 11 ton is I made for foreach foreft fords
each eft month until the opening of the thewinter thetJter thewhiter
winter tJter season seasonMay seucnMay seasonMay
May Have Summer Prices PricesWilliam PricesWitHam PricesWilliam
William Zeh of the William Zeh Com Company Compall Cornpsny
pany pall said that there would be no ad advance adva advance ¬
va vance ee in the prIce ir1e of OCanthraclte OCanthraclteThere anthracite anthraciteThere anthraciteThere
There is no real reason why there thereshould thoceshould thereshould
should bft bl b an a advance in the price ol olanthraeita otaothractte ofanthracite
anthracite coal here ber this winter said saidMr saidr saidMr
Mr r Zeh and if we have as warm and andopen andopen andOpen
open a winter as we had last season seasonyou seJiOnyou seasonyou
you may expect t > to see anthracite selling sellingat sellin sellinat sellingat
at summer prices prick16 prick16Other prices7Other 1676 1676Other
Other dealers seen 8 f1 by The Times Timesrepresentative TimesTeprecentaUve Timesrepresentative
representative and who expressed expressedthemselves ex expressedthemselves re d dthe
themselves the lves as seeing n ne reason for an anadvance anadvance anadvance
advance In prices were Flshbaugh FlshbaughSon PJstbaughSc FiebbaughSon
Son Sc rl The Home Ice Company Johnson JohnsonBrothers John JohnsonBrotiicr on onBtotil
Brothers Btotil V Baldwin Johrson and the theJtaebuiT th thR3ebulrGarnes theTtaebutrGarnev
R3ebulrGarnes JtaebuiT Garner Coal Company CompanySpeaking COTlpanySpeakiig CorpanySpeakiag
Speaking for the soft coa1 c08 co market markelthe marketthe marketthe
the manager manqelof of the Consolidated Con oUlated Coat CoatCompany CoatCompany CoalCompany
Company the largest ileaJers in seft seftcoal Mftl sftcoal
coal l in this market operating cporatin large largemines largemInes largemines
mines in Cumberland 3cd A du Pennsylva Pennsylvania PeKnlllylvnla PecnsylvaniL ¬
nia niL and West yes Virginia said th usual usualsmall usualman usualsmall
small man fluctuations 1n prices prlct of orson soft coal coalwould coalwouW coalwould
would prevail which wo wonld aid be regis regulated Igulated regislated ¬
lated by local coal conditions condlt onG of supply supplyat suppl supplat supplyat
at thft th mines and the supply or 0 cars carsfor car carfor carsfor
for moving the output of mines minesENGINEERS mineENGINEE minesENGmEERS
ENGINEERS ENGINEE S AUXILIARY AUXILIARYNEETS AUXILIARYNEETSCHICAGO MEETS MEETSCHICAGO MEETSCHICAGO
CHICAGO Oct 22 2The The twentieth an anniversary at atnlvenary ninlversary
niversary fl r f the organization crga1 zatlon of the theGrand th4Urand theGrand
Grand International Auxiliary to the theBrotherhood th4IJrothttrhood theBrotherhood
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Engineerswas En Engineerswas neers neerswa
was wa celebrated ceIebr ted last night nl ht at the Colt Coliseum CottMum Coltsousa ¬
Mum with wl 1 H ball and reception roceSoi which whichwas whkhas whichwas
was as attended att nded by more than 5900 people
Hundreds of Times Readers ReadersWill ReadersWill ReadersWill
Will Value This Recipe RecipeTells
Tells How to Make a Splendid Mixture at atHome at atHome t tHome
Home Which Which is Said to Clean the theBlood theBlood theS
S Blood of Waste Impurities By ByMaking ByMaking lyMaking
Making Kidneys Filter I
plinked was only temporary temp rsry Sarsapa Sarsaparilla Sarsaprill SarsapanBa
rilla rill however bowe when used d in combina combination combrnaUoa oomblrnatloit ¬
tion wkAContpound with Compound Kargon and Bx Bxtract Bxtract lxtract
tract r Dtnldollon > andeHon works wonders This Thiscombination ThiseombhUon Thisoomblnetioa
combination puts JUts the kidneys to work workto workto workto
to Alter and sift out the waste waS matter matterodd matterurid matteiuId
odd add and other impurities that thatcause UnLtoWJO thatosuse
cause disease It makes mak new Mood and andrelieves andrellevM andrelieves
> relieves rheumatism and lame back backI backand backand
I and bladder troubles troublesThis troublesnll troublesThis
This nll prescription is better than the theusual thaueual theusual
usual patent medicines which are in inthe Inthe Inthe
the most part alcoholic alcoholic concoctions concoctionsThe concoctlunsThe concoctionsThe
The ingredients Ingredle lts cost but little and are areeasily ar arUT areeasily
easily UT mixed at home Every man and andwoman andwoman andwoman
woman here should make some up and andi andUJ andtry
i try it if they feel eel their system requires requiresa
a rood blood b bThe medicine medl lne and tonic tnlehe tonicThe
The he Ki Kargon to clean the kidneys and andvitalise andvltaUse andvitalize
vitalize them so they can cancleen clean the thebtoo 1hebIooIi theblooi
btoo bIooIi < i Sarsaparilla to make new rich richblood richblOd richblood
blood and Dandelion to tone the stom stomaci stomac Momac
aci ac clean tean eOfl the liver and make it active activeland actlvand activeand
land and relieve re Heve constipation Is the way the theprescription tk6presr1i thepree1t1on
prescription presr1i tlon acts cUI and so mildly mUdi and gen gently genUT genLIT
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often expreaedi expre that Dr Kilmers KilmersSwampRoot KilmersSwampRoot KilusersSwampRoot
SwampRoot the great r ret t kidney remedy remedyfulfills remedyfulfills remedyfulfills
fulfills every wish in 1 > > curing curingrhcumeti rhenswtiiat rhenswtiiatpain rbeumati ui uipain r rpain
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