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RICIIMCKSD DAILY PALLADIUM, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1901
RED IN THE BLOOD is the sign of life, of vital force, of the force that life has, of the force that life is. When the red is lacking, life is weak, the spirits are weak. the body is weak. Scott's emulsion of cod-liver oil puts red in the blood and life in the body. It's the food you can turn into muscle and bone and nerve. It gives you the mastery over your usual food you want that. What is life worth if -you've got to keep dosing your self as an invalid ? Red in the blood! get red in the blood ! We'll send you a tittle to try, if 70a like. SCOTT & BOWS t, 4og Pearl street. New York. LOUKI.NG lTO IT Ga Co isuiiient at M uncle Are CJoin 10 In ve titrate. il uncle, led.. Nov. S.It is stated that the Muncie Natural Gas company, whose patrons are shivering and even have to go to bed as soon as dark comes on, because there is not enough gas to make a light to read by. has refused an offer from the American Sheet Steel company to supply them with 6,000,000 to 8.000,000 cubic feet of gas daily. It was offered at 8 cents a thousand. The gas company at pres ent is getting 12 cents from consum ers. The people still Insist that the gas company la manipulating affairs to force the consumers to join them in advocating the advance in rates that the company demanded permission to enforce. There is great indignation since the story of refusing to accept the gas has been circulated. Preparations are being made by the citizens at least to accept the propo sition of the gas company to investi gate the wells and reducing station. If it is done the committee will secure experts from other cities and go to the plants when not expected. . Vounit irl Wants OamaKea. Delphi. Ind., Nov. 8. In the circuit court Miss Flossie Fife, aged 15, is suing Miss Margaret Knettle for $5,000 damages. Miss Knettle is a daughter of the late Jacob Knettle, who left a valuable estate. The plain tiff made her home with Miss Knettle for nearly a year. It is alleged that after Miss Fife left the home of Miss Knettle the latter circulated slander ous stories about the girl and Dr. Campbell of Flora. Dr. Campbell has also filed a suit against Miss Knettle for $5,000 damages. Indignant Farmer. Alexandria. Ind., Nov. 8. The far mers of this section of the state are forming "hunting trusts, and refuse to permit a town hunter on their lands. The trusts include almost everyone who has a truck patch. The farmers are Indignant over the law which pre vents any man from chasing a rabbit on his own farm unless he has a written permit, and their new trust is a retaliatory rueasure. Mother Lett the Children. - Indianapolis. Nov. S. Henry, the 2-year-old son of Henry F. Brier, was burned to der.th yesterday afternoon. His mother went to the grocery, leav ing the boy wiih his 3-year-old sister In the house, the boy silting in his high chair i.ear the st.oe. When she returned the boy was dead anu the girl was sllih.ly burned. He Acted 1h Hasiilr. South Ead, lad.. Nov. S. At Notre Dame yes.erday Peter Matacko or Cleveland, a student, while wrestling with anottc-r student, so injured the lad that he thought he Lad killed him. In his fear ever the happening he blew out his brains with a revolver. Tne victim of the friendly wrestling boat was not seriously hurt. Hot i;u.-neil to Death. Oakland City, Ind.. Nov. S. The 9 y ear-old son of W. B. Corn, near th;s place, was fatally burned while build ing a fire in a grata. The Water Kan Ijoot. Natchez. Miss.. Nov. 8. Alexand3r Ford, white, and two colored men. names unknown, were killed by a boil er explosion at Clayton's cotton gin, in Alabama. 25 miles west of here, yes terday. Clayton, the owner of the gin. was seriously wounded in the head, and two negroes were seriously scalded. The explosion was caused by low water In the boiler. The Porte Accept. Parts. Not. 8. The Greek minister tn Constantinople, according to a dis patch to a Paris news agency from Athens, has telegraphed the Greek government that the porte has accept ad all the demands of France, r Murdered Hi Sweetheart. Litchfield. Conn., Not. 8. John T. Hayes, charged with murdering his former sweetheart. Miss Winifred Cooke, was found guilty of murder in the second degree last night and ai sentenced to imprisonment for life. AI'.Gl'MKVT KNDKD The Court Now Ha th Schley Can All to ltelt. Washington. Nov. 8. After sittings covering 40 days and with a record which when completed will covei about 2.000 pages, the Schley coup of Inquiry yesterday at 3:45 p. in adjouijd ns last public s"sion. To Captain S. C Lemly, the Judge au vocate, had been assigned the duty of making the closing argument in the case, and soon after he had com pleted his speech Admiral Dewey, bringing his gavel down upon the big fiat table, said: "There being no fur ther business, the court is adjourned." As was the case Wednesday, when Mr. Rayner spoke, the attendance was large. The entire time was devoted to Captain Lemly's address. He read his speech in clear and distinct tones and was given caretul attention. The speech in the main was an analysis of the testimony, but occasionally a conclusion was drawn and frequently there was cri deism of the course pur sued by the admiral (then commo dore) Schley. Speaking of Commo dore Schley's conduct, Captain Lem ly said: From my knowledge of the man. having served under his com mand on two cruisers, I have never believed, nor do I claim from the evi dence that personal misconduct, or to call a spade a spade, cowardice, was exhibited by Commodore Schley in any part of his career as commander in chief of the flying squadron. But I submit with regret that in the pas sage from Key West to Cienfuegos while at the latter port, en route to the southward of Santiago without settled destinaUon in the retrograde movement. In return to Santiago, and in the affair of May 31, the commodore exhibited unsteadiness in purpose and in push and failure to obey orders." This statement was made toward the close of Captain Lemly's remarks After the adjournment the members of the court. Admiral Schley and coun sel lingered for a time about the hall in which they have spent so much of their time, and there were many affec tionate words of farewell spoken. Admiral Schley as usual was called upon to receive the greetings of a number of admirers, and a hundred or more people waited at the door of the building to bid him adieu. Suspicion of Suicide. Chicago, Nov. 8. Relatives of Hen ry C. Hastings, a milk dealer, believe that a body found in a vacant lot at Covington, Ky., yesterday under cir cumstances that indicate a suicide or a murder is his. They base their be lief on the fact that he has been miss ing since Wednesday that the name of the man found is the same as his; that the descriptions are practically alike and that Hastings was despon dent and had talked of suicide. Hast ings some years ago was tried for the murder of Attorney Hillard and was acquitted on an insanity plea. Mr. Hillard was attorney for Hastings and the latter was not satisfied with an accounting, claiming that some $3,000 had disappeared. The milk dealer waited for the lawyer in the Rookery building, where the latter had an of fice. When ine attorney appeared his client shot and killed him. Hastings spent two years in jail, but finally was freed. Chili lenders Offices. La Guayra, Venezuela, Nov. 8, via Haytien cable. Senor Herbost, the minister of Chili at Bogota, with the authorization of his government, has cabled to President Castro offering the good ofllces of Chili in order to ar range the differences between Vene zuela and Colombia, stipulating the acceptation of Colombia. Wh.eky Kiils Boy. Iola, Kan.. Nov. 8. The 5-year-old son of Elijah Barber, an employe at the cement plant, died yesterday from the effects of drinking a half pint of whisky. The boy drained the flask while his parents were away from home, and when found was in a stupor from wh.ch the physicians could not rouse him. Ieath of Kate Greenaway. London. Nov. 8. Miss Kate Greena way, the artist, is dead. IKKsK TKIiKfilJAMS The last rail hu been laid on the Siberian railroad. The ituinstrial commission Is now ia full ses sion framing its final report to congress. Three trainmen, all of prinKfield, Mix. were killed in a collision on the 'k'risew road, between a switch engine and a double-header. Mrs. Julia Yankee, w burned to death and her husband seriously injured in a fire which badly damaged their home at Chicago. Commander Frank A. Garforth. of the guard ship Hotspur, wm drowned in the great Sound at Hamilton. Bermuda. He u supposed to have fallen overboard. Mrs. William Cowle. wife of Commander Cowlea. of th navy, and sister of President Roosevelt had been robbed of a diamond broach valued at about $5,000. The director of the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St- Louis railroad held a meeting yesterday at which President Iaa-all aad other executive officers were re-elected. Mann Ho! man and Junior Meredith, fought with revolvers in the principal street of Mar- ioa. Ills. Both men are fatally injured. The ! trouble statted over a nma of cards. It is said at Constantinople, that there is ab solutely no foundation for the report that the Porta demanded that Great Britain should pro tect Asiatic Turkey from French attack Mrs. Guy Pimbell of Norwalk. Omn, at tempted to replenish the oil in a lighted lamp aad an erplosioa resulted which caused the death of the woman and her S small children. The statistics of the growth of rural free de livery service show that oa Dee. t next there mill be COW earners throughout the country, traveling a total mileage approximating It4a aiiles daily. Surrendering Filipinos say that the iajturgtat leader Lukbaa's provisions are exhausted aad that he and his mea are living on a scanty sup ply ef sweet p-Ksloes. LaJkbaa is being- ttroaj If arfed w surrender. HONOKKD VISITORS fTotre Dame Kntertai a Several No-t-.bleBi-.tiop. No re Dame, Ind.. Nov. 8. The uni versuy has had as guests this week the Most Rev. Archibshop Chris'ie of Portland, Ore.; the Most Rev. Arch bishop Riordan of San Francisco; the RC Rev. Bisnop Koppes of Luxem bourg, and the Rt. Rev. Bishop Orth of Vancouver. "3hese distinguished prelates have in turn been honored guests in the students refectory, and have been called to address the young men of the university. Archbishop Riordan, who was, the last to arrive, was tendered a grand reception in the Brownson refectory. He is an honor ed member of Notre Dame's alumni association. In his reply to the ad dress of welcome, read by one of the graduates after the banquet, he pail glowing tribute to his alma mater and spoke at some length on his own stu dent days here at Notre Dame. The archbishops are on their way to at tend the convocation of American archbishops in Washington. They will both remain for some days at Notre Dame, and Archbishop Christie has expressed his intention of wU- nessing the Notre Dame-Furdue game tomorrow. Sentenced a Highwayman. Greenfield, Ind., Nov. 8. The jury in the case of Harry Hamilton, wao was charged with robbery, brought in a verdict of guilty. Hamilton, who is 4 years old, was indicted with two companions for robbing an old man named John E. Adison. who was stop ped on the road near his home, eight miles south of this city, by three men on Aug. 1 last, brutally assaulted and stripped of his money and valuables. He reached home covered with blood and almost Insensible. Peter Fisher, who wag indicted with Hamilton, will be . tried at the next term of court. Hamilton attempted to prove an alibi. Color Strike Failed. Indianapolis, Nov. 8. The strikins coremakers at the plant, of the Nation al Malleable Castings company hare lost their fight, and all of them, ex cept those who have found employ ment elsewhere, have returned to work. The company made no propo sition to discharge the colored em ployes, and the strikers grew discour aged when they ascertained "that the company could continue the plant ty exchanging for work from other plants that do not require cores. Fditor Pleads utility. Wabash, Ind., Nov. 8. In the Wa bash circuit court yesterday William H. Sharpe, proprietor of the Wabash Star, who was arrested charged with the criminal libel of Nelson G. Hunter, owner of the Wabash Times, pleaded guilty and was fined $5 and conts, amounting to $30. Mr. Hunter, vrho was arrested at the instance of Kit. Sharpe for criminal libel of the latter, will stand triai. s Cost t Hi r Fair ItiiUdinjf. St. Louis, Nov. 8. Chief Architect Taylor of the world's fair has fur nished a schedule giving revised fig ures of the dimensions of the principal exposition buildings, their cost and the area in acres they will occupy. Mr. Taylor puts the total cost of the structures at $6,750,000, but explains that this amount does not include that of sculpture, triumphal bridges, cas cades, hanging gardens and other de corative work that will beautify the main picture. f - Dnublj Fatal Duel, aaan Vlcksburg, Mis., Nov. 8. Ed Yer ger was instantly killed and Matt Bed ford probably fatally wounded in a pistol duel in Yerger"s store at Cali fornia station, Madison parish. La test night. Yerger was shot directly through the heart, and as he fell he raised his pistol and shot Bedford through the body. Both are members of the wealthiest and most prominent families of North Louisiana. : Hay fjnees a Mirket. Chicago. Nov. 8. J. R. Guild of Med aryville, Ind., was the main witness yesterday in the investigation which ia being carried on here by the interstate commerce committee. He asserted that the railroads had completely driven western hay out of the eastern markets and compelled it to seek mar kets In the South. As the result of the new classification, ha asserted, thou sands of acres of marsh land had been male unproductive. May Be a l.ynchin-. Tallassee. Ala.. Nov. 8. Giles End anger, a young white man. was assas sinated about two miles from here while walking along the road. Jesse Davis, a negro, is suspected of haviug committed the crime. A posse is nw searching for the negro, ani if cap lured a lynching may follow if Lis guilt is established. ' 4Sf ISAAC S. TATX.OH. FOREIGN FACTS. Norway owns 325 different subma rine cables, ir.it their combined length h only 324 utiles. The new ;iasi:ow municipal tele phone service .has uu-Jerjrround wires 1G.5O0 miles iu length. It provides for 20.000 subscribers. By offering Kin? Menelet- 3 per cent of the prot-tfds l;aii.-tn capitalists hare succeeded in securing the exclusive privilege of working the gold mines of western Ethiopia for flfty years. Only Russians and Chinese are al lowed to go overland ia Manchuria. It is unsafe for any foreigners to travel in t'-at country, for ev-u the military guards caii not guarantee protection. A larffe duoiIkt of t-mtlctisb have re cently lieen caught oIT the north coast ef Germany. As they have never lie fore been met with in tht-se waters it is difncult to account for their pres ence. A Scottish newspaper tys that peo ple have been play ins at lawn tennis u Sundays at St. Ait-1'fws and the law for Sabbath breaking is still unre pealed and awards twenty-four hours n, the stocks for such a crime. An Italian pays awny In taxes 2 per cent of his earnings, compared with the Britisher's 11.3. The (opuiatlou of Italy is lO.OOO.ouo lfss than that of Great Britain, and yet the income tax in the former country is made to pro duce as much as in the United King dom. THE CYNIC. It takes a long time to reduce the swelling in a man's head. When a man writes to another man asking a loan or other favor, he ad dresses him as "Hon." Nothing makes a woman quite so mad as to lie told that some other wo man is sorry for tier huslmud. The first invitation a girl receives from a boy starts the longiug to have a private writiug desk of her own. Matches are said to tie ma.le in heav en, but most of them look as if they bad been made at a rummage sale. Some time In ber life every rich girl puts on a fancy apron and cap and waits on the table at a church fair and doesn't see why the life of a res taurant girl is so hard. Atchison Globe. . Xorway. The population of Norway is about 2.000.000 souls. It was 2.110.000 iu 131)1. with a probability that 13.0O0 seamen and fishermen were absent from home on the day that the census was taktu anil that there has been a net iuertJise of 75.000 since. 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