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I If 8.1, CCTQ SflAW HAS A PLA you will eat more The Secretary of Treasury Will In flate National Bank Circulation to Extent of $18,000,000., St, VS. VvUAv' vsxts-w ..: -j -nm.-i.TtiMri you can do more work, enabling you to earn more money, so that you can buy more Wf 4 Uneeda Biscuit $ ' do more work and earn still more money. i & I fel NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY jit kj A BALLOON RACE The Centaur and L'Orlent Sail From Pittsfleld, Hast., in an Endurance Contest BOTH MADE SHORT TRIPS tflctments charge the defendant! with having; dennslted In the postofflce. cer tain specified copies of the New York Herald, containing alleged Improper personal, the same constituting un mallahle matter,, according to th TTnlted States Statutes. The defend ants Interposed pleas of not guilty. SNOW STORM CONTINUES It Is Almost Unprecedented in Se verity for the Season. Oae Mad Distance of 30 Milts the Other BT-Waa Hot Above the Cloada Thermometer Resle- iST 100 Degrees, rittsfleld, Mass., Oct 23. Two bal loons, Centaur and L'Orlent, which remained here after the aero-antomo-blle race between balloons and auto- mobiles for the Hawley eup had been declared off last Saturday, partici pated In an endurance contest Monday which carried them many miles over northwestern Massachusetts and southern Vermont The balloon L'Orlent outsailed the Centaur by about three hours and a half, finally landing In the little mountainous town of Jamaica in Windham county, Vermont, 57 miles from the start The Centaur came down In Bennington, Vt, SO miles from this city. The balloons rose from here at 10 20 a. m. The Centaur carried Charles T. Walsh, pilot, and MaJ. Samuel Re- ber and Capt. Charles F. Chandler, of the signal corps, U. 8. A. L'Orlent was piloted by Leo Stevens, who had as his companion Capt. Homer W. Hedge, president of the Aero club of America. The balloons were Insight of each other for about three hours and after them sped three automobiles which had been entered In the Haw ley cup contest. on Saturday. The Cen taur was slightly behind L'Orlent In crossing the Vermont border, and af ter getting over BennlnTton Pll-it Wnlsh decided to land. The descent was successfully accomplished on the slnne of Woodford mountain. The occupants of the Centaur said on landing that th9y considered their object accomplished and that their trip has been highly successful from a scientific, standpoint. The Centaur reached a height of 6.800 feet After seeing the Centaur descend, Pilot Stevens of L'Orlent decided to keep on. Twenty-seven more miles of southern Vermont was traversed and at 4:30 L'Orlent came down In Jamai ca. Mr. Stevens said after landing that L'Orlent went 1,000 feet Into the air. Above the clouds the heat was so In tense that all outside clothing had to be discarded. At one time the ther mometer registered 100 degrees. Twenty-five minutes after the Cen taur landed In Bennington an automo bile driven by Floyd Knight of this city stopped by the side of the ear. Half an hour Utter an automobile owned by O. 1". Bishop of Lenoi ar rived on the scene. Both these machines had followed the balloons as aa experiment, al though both airships were out of sight much of the time. Hew Task Pahllaaera la Coart. New York, Oct 23. Appearing through counsel Monday the New York Herald corporation, James Gordon Bennett and Manley M. Glllam, pleaded to Indictments found against them la the criminal branch , of thai United States circuit court The Jn- Teaekina Meilcaaa at Fort Riley. Junction City, Kan.. Oct 23. Lleuta Charles Dlas, Carlos Gonzales, Rodol fo -Caslllaa and Arterra Certucha, of the artillery branch of the Mexican ar my, arrived at Fort Riley Monday to attend the school for the officers of that arm of the service here. They will be here until late next spring. Officers of other southern republics are expected here to attend the school of aplicatlon for cavalry and field ar tillery during this winter term. Robbers W reek SflMoarl Rank. Joplln, Mo., Oct 23. A. V. Manning, cashier of the McDonald county bank at Ptnevllle, 40 miles south of Joplin, early Monday exchanged shots with two robbers whom be encountered at work at the bank. No one was hurt and the robbers escaped without securing any booty. The bank was wrecked by a charge of dynamite set off by the robbers. . Flra Floiehe Brlatow, la. Marshalltown. la., Oct. 23. Practi cally all that was left of the business portion of Brlstow, Butler county, was destroyed by fire Monday. This Is the second disastrous fire within a week. Belief that the fire Is the work of an Incendiary has caused great excite ment May Have Seme FiaMlag- Yet. Havana, Oct. 23. Because of the un settled conditions which still prevail In Puerto Principe province, where I stock. armed rebels are still hovering on the outskirts of the capital commit ting depredations, 300 men of the Sev enteenth Infantry, under command ol Colonel John T. Van Orsdale. will be ordered to Puerto Principe Tuesday. It Eiteada From Reeky Moaatalas - Nearlr to Mlaeoarl River aod la DemorllalBfj Trala Servlee. Denver, Oct 23. Show, wind and cold extended over nearly the entire country between the Rocky mountains and the Missouri river Monday, caus ing heavy losses of live stock and of late fruit Telegraph, wires have been prostrated and railroad schedules disarranged. The storm is almost unprecedented for severity at this season of the year and takes rank, according to the weather bureau, with the snow fall on April 22 and 23, 1885. Up to 6 o'clock Monday evening about 20 Inches of snow had fallen In Denver, much of which had melted, and Indications were that It would continue to snow all night Clearing and warmer weather Is predicted tor Tuesday. Some places on the eastern slope of the mountains report a snowfall meas uring three to four feet: Lincoln. Neb., Oct 23. All trains from the west were late Monday many hours on account of the snow and sleet storms In Nebraska, Kansas and Colorado. The storm was re sponsible for a freight wreck on the Burlington near Hemlngford. No Ont was Injured but traffic was badly de layed. A bad sleet storm prevailed In central Nebraska Monday, breaking down trees, telegraph and telephone wires and causing suffering among Will Bo Doao to Demoaatrato la Limited ran Boaiata at aa Elaatlr Carreacy No Mora Cold Headed. New York, 1 Occt 23. Secretary Shaw authorizes the announcement that from and after Tuesday, the 23d, leposlts to facilitate gold Importations will be discontinued. The Importation ias exceeded his expectations and he believed for the present America had quite Its share and he had no dispo sition to disturb conditions In Europe by a continuation of that method of relief. Secretary Shaw has announced that he would stimulate national bank cir culation to the extent of 218.000,000 by accepting approved securities other than government bonds for deposits already made, the bonds released to be used Immediately aa a I basis of circulation without withdrawal from the treasury. He does not object to the assignment of the bonds to other banks than those now holding them, but to Insure their use they must re main In the treasury, and in addition, the bank taking out the circulation muet agree to retire the same between the 15th day of March and the 10th day of August, 1907. The banks will be required, when taking out their cir culation, to make application for its re tirement, and the order or per cent. of retirement from month to month will be determined by the treasury department In this wav eighteen millions of ad ditional circulation can be immediate ly Issued and gradually retired during the spring and summer months. In this way also Secretary Shaw expects to demonstrate In limited form the benefits of an elastic currency. The Kind Von Bare Always nought, and which has beat In i for over 80 yean, haa borne the gignatnre of ... , n' ias been made under his per- &LjlJ&?,-frfc, aonal jupenrlalon since its infancy. ; cv -cacK AlownoonetodeclTyoutattiuv All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-aa-good" are but experiments that trlfls with and endanger the health of Iniaats 'and Children -Experience against Experiment. ' What is CASTORIA Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare ' gorto, Drops and Soothing Syrups. ! It la Pleasant. II contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narootii substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation ' and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep ' The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. , GENUINE CASTORIA AI-WAYt Bears the Signature of m& r The Kind You Have Always Bongbl In Use For Over 30 fears. M etwraua eoaaaiiv. ft mvmuv ems? eta tone on COSTIITOE FRISCO RELIEF. The Rod Croaa Has Approved Earl, mote of W .3OO.000 o Carrr Work to Jnlr 1 Next. Washington. Oct. 23. The executive committee of the Fed Cross has flnllv approved the estimates of th- San Francisco Re''e' committee for tb continuance of the relief work In tbat city up to Julv t next. Originally Disced at 16.009.000, these estimates have been reduced by a little more than $700,000,. upon the report of the Red Cross special agent Host of the money required Is already In sight as the Ban Francisco committee has a balance of 12,282.000 with nnfflled subscriptions subject to call of 900, 000. These subscriptions Include 59b, 000 In the hands of the New York chamber of commerce and an equal amount held by the Massachusetts relief committer. The Red dross proper holds a little over $2,600,000. The estimates were approved with the condition to which the San Fran c'sco committee assented, that no fur ther claims for damages be paid out of the relief fund. It -was also ar ranged that the San Francisco commit tee should present monthly estimates instead of calling for all the funds at once and that all expenditures be audited at the war department Wreck at Foraker, Ok. Oklahoma City, Ok., Oct 23. A spe- Kansas City, Oct 23. A blizzard I prevailed Monday In western Kansas, the most severe for this time of the season In many years. The eastern boundary of the storm appears to bel Ellis. Kan., 300 miles west of here. It has been snowing steadily for 12 1 hours In that part of the state and I BAY clal to the Oklahoma, from Foraker, th ,now. driven by a heavy wind, Is Ok., says that an eastbound passen ger traia on the Midland Valley rail road was wrecked on a trestle seven miles west of that place at t o'clock Monday afternoon and 20 persons In Mlae Emioaloa at Mlaoral, Kaa. Pittsburg, Kan., Oct 23. An explo sion of powder caused by a spark from a pit lamp falling into an open can of powder, occurred at the mine the Southwestern development company near Mineral, Kan., Monday caused the death of three miners and serious Injury to a fourth. piling np in the cuts, stopping rail way traffic and playing havoc with telephone and telegraph wires. All trains are late and wire communica tion with points west of Ellis, for a time, was lost completely shortly after noon Monday. A hard, eoldl mln preceded the snow for 24 hours. I It Is believed thst heavy loss to stock, which were caught unprotected on the I plains, will result LYON S LIFE Untold Suffering and Constant Misery Awful Sight From that Dreadful Complaint, Infantile Ec zemaCommenced at Top of his Head and Covered Entire Body, MOTHER PRAISES CUT1CURA REMEDIES fA.ee lulu, tt-l At.- . ia ta... uinate enough to contract onlmonarr . .Y" Y "7 wVlulywiu: ' - i - I TafaVinr. infiu-if.il HXama wh.rra ttiiot.jwl Tfwi a I trnnniA la to h rnnnrlorl -nrl matin. I . - -t m TTHUIDIU1D. 1 Mil.. HX a'l'faal annual I " , -wa aux I hrm fns aauaaal tMnrha anmmannina at . w. auuuai lit ia ai a aaat a I M'4U l VI apaa v ajaa caa luuuNar) iwiiiiaavgaasjaaam aaaj report of the auditor for the state and !, In Colorado. The plan orlginat the ton of his head, and at last covering otner departments shows that for the I """r aoior, first time in It years the oonsular tees who announced Monday night that he IDLE WBGROBS TO PANAMA. H. F. Thorapaoa, of Toaaeaaee. Mad Saawoatloa to Prealdoat Roosevelt aa to Solatloa of Raaa Problem Washington, Oct 23. Colonel N. 9. Thompson of Chattanooga. Tenn called at the white house Monday and invited President Roosevelt to attend the Immigration and quarantine con ference to be held In Nashville next month and on the president's Invita tion, Colonel Thompson called again Monday night. ' The president, how- ever, declined the Invitation because he could not find It possible to at tend. Colonel Thompson said he sug gested to the president that the Idle negroes In the south be utilised for labor on the Panama canal. "The bet- ter class of negroes In the south,' he explained, "would aid the white people In securing this class of labor for that work, ft Is the Idle negro that makes the trouble In the south and re flects on the better class of negroes. Their presence Interferes with the In troduction of foreign Immigrants. "The president was impressed with the suggestion and aaked me to talk with Secretary Taft and Chairman 8honts of the Panama canal commis sion on the subject I will call on them tomorrow." SOLVED PROBLEM Thomas A. Edisoa Announces the Completion of a Light Cheap Compact Storage Battery. OR MARKET IN SIX MONTHS A Hoate for Aetora. Chicago, Oct 23. A home for actors and actresses who have been unfor-l Uinate enough to contract pulmonary trouble Is to be founded and main- received by the government exceed the expenditures-of the oonsular ser vice. The excess amounts tn til TZZ. City areeahoase for Mourners. To encourage the poorer rlasani to decorate the graves of relatives and friends with growing flowers Instead with artificial wreaths or cut flow ers the Hammersmith borough eoun- of England, haa erected a green house near Its cemetery gates, where geraniums and other pot flowers may oougnt lor a few pence. Hitherto graves have been adorned with 'flowers eiaosd. la Jars aad bottlea, t Cwiwinption is 1m deadly th it tued toU Certain relief vmHy tocorerj w ram, rrota ue toUowing treatments Hope, rest freK r . V0 r'---aa,ak..- ft' 1 I " " w w m v m 9 ) would subscribe 15,000 m cash to start fund and In addition to this he will give a special matinee performance each week aa long as he appears be fore Ihe public, the gross receipts of which will be turned over to the fund. Mr. Cohsn will ask all the leading ac tors and theater managers through out the country to co-operate" with him In carrying out the Idea. - Jaaaaeoo Qororaaavat rrleadlr lo-don. Oe. n Th Toklo corres pondent of the Dallv Express eab'es the Japanese government Is endeavor ing to minimise aa much as possible the ami-American sentiment The au thorities have Issued reassuring state ments In semi-official newspapers. The ministry of the Interior Is diaoearag- Ing mass meetings called la the big towns, and several anU-Amerlcaa set ts tors have been warned that - they wm be severely dealt with If they persist la their cam pa In CaaSraaa Sllvolva Havana. Oct. U. The eaptala of the eattleahlp CarawUna. which ar rived bore Suday sight from Paerto Cabello, VetMsaela. Monday mornlct ooeflmwd the reports that ke haded Sea or SIrreIra, the fugitive Havana btnker. aad his family at Paerto Ca bello. whence they want to Caracas. his whole body. His sufferings wen untold and constant misery, in fact, there was nothing we would not have done to have given him relief. The family doctor seemed to be wholly incapable of eopuur with the ease, and after various experiments of his, which resulted in no benefit to the child, we smt to Mason, 111., to a druggist and got a full set of the Cutieura Kemedies and applied aa per directions, and be began to improve immediately, and in about, three or four days began to show a brighter spirit and really laughed, for the first tune in a year. In about ninety aaye oe was luuy leoovereo, wito (tie exoeption of a rough skin, which is gradually disappearing, and eventually will be replaced by a healthy one. "Praise for the Cutieura Kemedies has always been our greatest pleasure, and there is nothing too good that ws could say in their favor, for they ear tainly saved our baby's life, for he was the saoat awful sight that I ever beheld, prior to the treatment of the Cutieura, Kemediee. Mrs. HaebeUe Lyon, 1824 Apraetoa Ave., Parsons, Kaa-, July 18, ISO." COMPLETE TREATEIT $i Complete external and internal treat ment for every humor, constating of Cutfcnra Soap, Ointmen t, aod Flits, may Bow be had for oas dollar. ' A stogie set is often auifirieot so cure t& moot torturing, dienxurinj:, itching, burning, and scaly humors, enemas, raabes, and trhtattcms, from iniaory to age, srfaea SU eiae buis. Caaaot Extradite Sllvelra. Washington, Oct 23. The United States can take no steps to bring about the extradition of Sllvelra, the Cuban banker, wanted In Havana, and Bow said to be tn Caracas, Tenesuela There Is no extradition treaty between the republic of Cuba and Venezuela and the United States can not Inter fere" in any way in the case, accord ing to state department officials. Con sequently Governor Magooa of Cuba may ask President Castro of Tenesue la to permit Sllvelra to be taken by Cuban authorities, but the outcome la dependent entirely upon the will of President Castro. Ceadaetav Killed la Colllaloa. Helena, Mont, Oct 23. Passenger train No. T of the Northern Pacific running between Helena and Butte, via Logan, crashed Into the rear of a freight train, operating In the Logan yards, at an early hour Monday morn Ing. Thomas Worleln. conductor of the freight train, wss crushed and burned to death In the caboose which was destroyed Pn-1n ""vw of the rmssenger trs'n wss intured. and the fireman, who tnmred from the cab. was but sllebtlv hurt. Washington, Oct. 23. The sum-em ecurt of the Tnlted States Monday re fused to assume Jurisdiction In 'hr eise of Mayor Rose, of Kansas C' y Ksn. A fine, of tl.OOO was lmnosr ivrlnt Rose by the supreme court o trnsas for assuming office as meroi sfter be had beea deposed on a charge of failure to enforre the llnaor Iswt of the state The effect of the court"! -tlon will be to lve the ceateaee 4 tbe state nrcrt la effect A Carralare Equipped with llila lata ventloa Win Ran Klfteea rears Praelleally Wlthoat Coal ' Will Replace the HoiKe. New York, Oct 23. Thomas A. Ed- ' Ison has worked out successfully the problem of cheap power. He prom ises to put In the market within six months a new' storage battery which will enable every man to travel in his own private carriage without the coat of oar fare. Without danger, without breakdowns, without cost, almost, a oarrlage, supplied with the new power for $200, will travel without repair!., for 15 years, for 100,000 miles If nec- eaaary, says the wizard. Mr. ETdlaon says he has Invented a storage battery which will solve the problem of congested traffic In the big cities of the world as soon as he can manufacture enough of the batteries. He is erecting two large factory build ings, now nearly completed, and la Installing In them new machinery es pecially for the manufacture of the motor batteries. . v , "In 15 years from now the horse will be a curiosity. We shall be pay ing 50 cents to look at him In side shows," said Mr. Bdlaon. - Nickel rust failed, other things failed, everything the Ingenious Edi son, with his trained scientific mind, could conceive failed, then I tried co balt," he said and punctuated the statement with a broad smile. One of the moat difficult problems In metallurgy Is to separate cobalt from the ores with which It Is associ ated.' "And you have succeeded T" "Comnletely. The actual cost of recharging the new bst.ery la a mat ter of a few cents a cell, the greatest -achievement being In making It light In weight In compact shape and, above all, durable." . " - . larr ray rfrrfc -A FVwfna. Oct. fj A 8. Pot-far, wh- w nay clerk for Psvmastar Pexte- Ttffssv. Jr of lh h.nieWa RVale ? Isn't, has Vaea rnmw'lr narH aniei arrest o thst shir nr-iter a charge 0 bsvtag misappropriated fnada "People' Lobar" Onraalaod. - Washington, Oct 23. Members of the governing committee of the "Peo ples' Lobby," a civic reform movement net at the Raleigh hotel Monday and elected Mark Sullivan of New York, temporary chairman and R. M. Allen of Kentucky, temporary secretary. Com mlttees were appointed to draft plans for the establishment of a permanent bureau ta Washington. At Tuesday's meeting It Is said a definite scheme will be determined npon for the work to be done the first year. According to one of those Interested hi the move aunt the object of the bureau to be es tablished here, will be to scrutinize legislation' by congress and to keep a record of the work done by aongress. Dakota Bays Die la SIom Falls. 8. D Oct 13. David Oanaway and Hubert Brown, young sons of prominent residents of Cham berlain, were fottnd dead on the prai rie Monday, nettme of the storm that swept antral South Dakota Sunday. oarr aaoar te aTloaaaila. Dututh, Minn, Oct 23. A blanket of hoary gaov da hrebea or more " Ml Sunday ntrat la aortheatern Miaw searKS, eovertng the Vernation and Vaawba reacts and axteaiilna st as Turnvm.