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y SECTION ONE O THE SAL SALT LAKE HERIALD SUNDAY STT > 71aS FEB 51905 K 1 9o
a1 WRECK f ON NEW NEWt NEWBoiler
1 t YORK CENTRAL CENTRALf
1 f f
Boiler of the Locomotive Blown to toAtoms toAtoms toAtoms
Atoms AtomsENTIRE AtomsENti AtomsENTIRE
ENTIRE ENti E TRAIN IS DE DERAILED DERAILEDi DERAILEDENGINEER DERAILEDENGINEER AllED AllEDENGINEER
i
ENGINEER AND FIREMAN WERE WEREKILLED WEREKILLED WEREKiLLl
KILLED KILLEDTJtica KILLEDUtica KiLLl ± D DUtica
Utica NYFeb N YFeb Y Feb 4 4Two Two trainmen trainmenlost tralnmenost trainmenlost
lost ost tholr th lr lives and a score or more of ofpassengers otpaSSQlgcrS ofpassengers
passengers were injured In a wreck wreckon wreck wreckon reck reckon
on the New York Central railroad r llroadat llroadatThltesboro at atWhitesboro atWhitesboro
Whitesboro three miles west of rhJre rhJreat hire hireat hj re reat
at an early hour today None of the
Injured were dangerously hurt theirwounds their theirwounds theirwounds
wounds being beln mainly cuts and nd bruises bruisesrhe bruisesthe
The dead are areJohn ureJohn areJohn
John Allen engineer engineerJohrr engineerJohn engineerJohn
John Brennan fireman of the loco locomotive locomotive locomotive ¬
motive on thewestern the western express expressBoiler expressBoiler xpressBoiler
Boiler Exploded ExplodedAs
As this train was passing the Buf Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo ¬
falo special eastbound the boiler of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the locomotive of the westbound train trainexploded trainfxploded tramexploded
exploded The force of the explosion explosionand explosionl explosionand
and l d the upheaval of the engine threw threwthe threwthe threwthe
the entire train of thirteen cars composing com composing composing ¬
posing the special from the rails The Thewestbound Thew Thewestbound
w westbound > stbound train did not leave the thetrack thetrack thetrack
track but stopped with a suddenness suddennessnd
1nd nd shock which threw the occupants occupantsf
of < f the berths backward with great greatforce greatforce greatforce
force In some cases tossing them out outon outon
on < 111 to the floor floorAn floorAn ltoorAn
An hour or more was as devoted to ex extricating extriating ¬
tricating passengers from the interior interiorof
of IC the eastbound sleeping cars but butwhile butwhile
while many man were found to be cut and andbruised andrulsed andbruised
bruised no one was killed killedJudge kllledJudge killedJudge
Judge Hooker Injured InjuredAmong InjuredAmon
Among Amon the injured Was as State Su Supreme Supreme ¬
preme Court Justice Warren B Hook Hooker Hooker ¬
er of Fredonia He was severely
bruised l Not until assistance came camewas camewas camevas
was the judge able to leave the car carwhich carwhich carwhich
which was resting restln on its right side sidewith sidewlth sidewith
with Its rear end splintered Others OthersInjured Othersinjured Othersinjured
Injured Included the following
Walter L Brown and William J JRobinsori JRoblnsorl JRobhuoti
Robinsori of Buffalo and Robert Weila Weilaand WelJaand Weilaand
and Sidney J West of New York All Allwere AUw Allwere
were w < re bruised and cut but not seri seriously seriousl seriously ¬
ously ouslyDr ousl ouslyDr
ouslDr
Dr Welsh of New York scalp scalpwounds scalpwounds scalpwounds
wounds and suffering severely from fromshock fromthock fromshock
shock shockMrs shocki
i i Mrs rs Bell of Buffalo wife of super superintendent s superintendent per perintendent ¬
intendent of Pullman Car company companyarm companyarm companyarm
arm broken and other injuries not notdangerous notdangerous notdangerous
dangerous
Cause Is Unknown UnknownFrom UnknownFrom UnknownFrom
From the fact that Fireman Brennan Brennanwas Brennanw Brennanwas
was w s instantly killed and that Engineer EngineerAllen EngineerAllen EngineerAllen
Allen lived but a few minutes Inutes the thecause theause thet
ause t of the explosion probably will willnever1 wlJIlEVer willnever
never lEVer be known Both men lived in inAlbany inAlban inAlbany
Albany AlbanyThe Alban AlbanThe
The strangest feature fea ture of the accident acci ace i ¬
dent as it appeared appearedto to an onlooker onlookerwas onlookerwas onlookerwas
was that the boiler of the westbound westbound10comotlve
locomotive was resting mld midday < ay between be between between ¬
tween the rails of the eastboupd track tracknt trackIt trackat
nt It a point where the eastern train had hadpassed hadJas hadpassed
passed Jas ed This suggested the theory to totrainmen totraInmen totrainmen
trainmen that the boiler had struck struckthe struckth
the th second car of the eastbound train traintis trainI
tis 1 I S it rushed by at the rate of fifty fiftymiles lUtymi1 flftytnilQs
miles mi1 8nn an hour the blow causing all allthe aUthE allthe
the following cars to be hurled from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the track trackRICHARD trackRICHARD
CJ CJRICHARi
RICHARD METCALFE METCALFEWILL METCALFEWILL
4 WILL GO WITH BRYAN BRYANLincoln BRYANLincoln BRYANLincoln
Lincoln Nb X b Feb 4 4Charles Charles W WBryan WBryan Yo YoBryan
Bryan business manager of the Com Commoner Commoner ¬ i inoner
moner of which his brother William WilliamJ
J Bryan Bry tn Jsedh is editor r issued issu d a a a sty statement statementtoday emen ementtoday t ttoda
today toda to the effect that on May Ia 1 1Richard 1Richard 1Richard
Richard L I Metcalfe for several severa years yearseditorinchief yearsr ears earst
editorinchief t r ditorinchit > f of the Omaha WorldIlerald World WorldHerald Worldlleorald
Herald would leave that paper and andi andome andcome
i ome to Lincoln ns a associate editor of ofthf ofthp ofthe
the Commoner He and Bryan Tvere Tveretogether were weretogether ere eretogEthlr
together on the WorldHerald before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the Commoner was published publishedPUBLIC publlshcdPUBLIC publishedPUBLIC
PUBLIC LAND COMMISSION COMMISSIONSecond
Second Report Made to President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt RooseveltSpecial RooseveltS RooseveltSpecial
Special S cial to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Feb 4 4The The public publiclands publiclands publiclands
lands commission appointed by b Presi President President President ¬
dent Roosevelt a year ago to investi investigate Investiate Investigate ¬
gate ate the land laws and report on onneeded onneeded
needed 11 > ded changes will submit Its sec second second sect ¬
t ond report to the
president within a aweek aweek aweek
week or ten days du = s This will not be bea bea
a final report but will cover observa ¬
ions l so far made The commission commissionwants commission commissionwants commissionwants
wants Its views laid before the public
for discussion It will continue its itsA
A investigations and submit submlt1t afinal a final re reJort report ¬
port Jort to thopresldent the president next winter winterIDAHO winterf winterIDAHO
4 4IDAHO f
IDAHO POSTAL MATTERS MATTERSSpecial MATTERSSp MATTERSSpecial
Sp Special clal to The Herald HeraldWashington H HeraldWashington rald raldWashlnlrtorr
Washington Feb 4 4Tht The > postofllce postofllcent
at Humphrey Fremont county Idaho
Jr J ordered discontinued after Feb 28 S
J S Hogue has been appointed post postmaster pOst pOstrlaster postaster ¬
master aster at Miller Nez Perce county
Jiaho l iaho vice Roy Emigh resigned resignedGREATLY resignedGREATLY resignedGREATLY
GREATLY EXAGGERATED EXAGGERATEDParis
Paris Feb 4 Published reports cf c < f foth
oth the disorders at Brest are greatly exaggerated ex exaggerated e eaggprated ¬
aggerated A small party of dock la ¬
borers continuing the strike agitation agitationjfarched agitationwarched agitationlttarched
jfarched past the Russian consulate e
last night and the police drove them themoff themoff themoff
off A few men were bruised during the thetruffle thefuffle th thcufile e
truffle < The affair is considered insig lust ¬
nificant nificantTREATMENT 11lfleantTREATME 1 iticantTREAT1fENT
TREATMENT T OF PILES PILESPermanence PILESPermanence PILESPermanence
Permanence of Cure the True Test TestMany TestMany TestMany
Many socalled pileremedies pile remedleS will afford d
th user slight temnorary relief and the themajority themajority th thmajority de e
majority of those afflicted do not expect expectmore oxpectmore expectmore
more than thisThe this thisThe thisThe
The average sufferer after having tried triedevery triedry triedevery
every ry preparation recommended for th thcure the thecure theurn
cure < urn of piles comes to the th conclusion that thatI the thethere
1 I there Is rto euro curoexcopt except by an operation operationnd oporatlonJind operationand
and nd rather than undergo this tht Vlast last rc rcI ref rcsort
I sort he suffers on resigned to tho slt sltJ =
f I ration J so far as may be The attentioof attention attentionor n
of thoso interested Is invited to the fol folO
iowlnfr O o1ntexporience o1ntexporienceAtter experience experienceAfter experienceAlter
After ten years onrs of suffering from fromi fro froblind m
i blind bleeding and protruding piles and andafter andafter an anafter d
after using every remedy I could < hoaro hoaron hoar of otIthout f
Without n Ithout any benefitI benefit I finally flnaJJ bought a a0c aQCEDt fa
QCEDt 0c it box of Pyramid Pile Cure and andused andused an anused d
used It with such good results rosul I bought boughtnext boughtnext boughnext t
next a dollar box whlohfinished up uJ th thJob tho thojob thojob td o to
job That was nearly nearl six years ears ago and andas andos an anas d
as far as as piles is concerned I am curedand cured curedand Curedand
and have never felt a symptom of them themsince themr the thesince m
r since sinceMany since3fany
Many others have used this remedy reme y by byirty b brfly Y
irty advice with the same results rcsultsand and I al nlnays alays allays
nays ays recommend it to sufferers with withpiles withplies trillpiles n
piles C H Potts Burlington KanTestimony Kan KanTestimony RanTestimony
Testimony like this should convince the th e
most skeptical the Pyramid Pile Cure not notonly notonly
only 011 cures but cures to stay sta cured It Is 1 s
In the form of a suppository can be ap ¬
plied in the privacy vriv of the home directly dlroctl dlroctlto
to the parts affected and does Its wor worquickly work workquickly worlequlckl k
quickly and painlesslyDruggists painlessly painlesslyr
r Druggists ruggiat generally sell this famous famousremedy farnouremed famouremedy s
remedy remed for 50 cents a package and suf suftorer ¬
lerer ferers torer a are urged to buy bU a package now nowand np v
and give Ive It a trial tonight Accept Ho Hosubstitutes n nsubstitutes no nosubstitutes 110ti o
ti substitutes substitutesand substitutesA I
A 8flt little llttl tetook < book describing describing eseribln the oausqRj > q q nii
cure Ot piles UM ISP is publishefl Ubl heW b liy the pr Pprgmf
Drug Co narsh Tarshald3ti aJJ IIaha1g dreastorth t apO sa sui q q1w jmll jmllDrug
1w sent2 senLtre i lr e e + t ro an > aildrWort1ie e
STRONG EFFORT FFORT BEING MADE TO TOFIND TOFIND TUFIND
FIND EVIDENCE AGAINST HOCH I
I
f Johann Hoch Bigamist and Probable Probab Ie Murderer I
New e Ycrk Feb 4 Extradition pa papers papers paers ¬
pers p ers for Johann Hoch had not arrived
today todu and the prisoner was again remanded re remanded remaniled ¬
manded to police headquarters Kochwill Hoch Hochwill Hochwill
will appear in police court again next nextonday
> 7Monday M onday Detective Loftus of Chicago Chicagowho Chicagowho
who w ho came here hereto to get Hoch said today to ar arafter
after the prisoner had been remanded
that Superintendent of Detectives
Shippy will have fojirteei women at the
depot In Chicago when Hoch arrives
there th re who will attempt to identify theman the theman theman
man as their husband husbandChicago husbandChicago husbandChicano
Chicago Feb 4 4Referrlng Referring to the
death of Mrs Marie WalckerHoch WalckerHochCoroner WalckerHochCoroner WalekerHochCoroner
Coroner Hoffman said today
After arsenic was found In the thestomach thestomach
stomach the chemists directed theirattention their theirattention theirI
attention to analysis of the emblaming I
I lluid and the instruments us used d by the
INSURRECTION HAS BROKEN OUT OUTIN OUTI OUTlid
IN THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC
I
Buenos Ayres Argentina Feb 4 4An An
insurrection has broken out In thisrovince this thisprovince thisprovInce
province p Several police posts have
heap attacked by b bands of about thirty thirtymen thi thirtymen y ymen
men each but the assailants nearly near1Yeverywhere nearlyeverywhere
everywhere were repulsed repulsedTwo repulsedTwo repulsedTwo
Two posts which were surprised were wererecaptured wererecaptured wererecaptured
recaptured by the police An attack on onthe
the arsenal was also repelled It Is Isrumored isrumored isrumored
rumored that two regiments of troops troopshave troopsave
have h ave mutinied and are marching on the thecapital thecapital thecapital
capital capitalThe capitalThe capitalThe
The Argentine government which ap appears appears appears ¬
pears to have been acquainted with theplane the theplans theplans
plans of the leaders of the plot took tooktimely tooktimely
timely measures to suppress the uprising upris uprlstng ¬
ing and seem to have complete control controlof controlof
of the situation situationAH situationA
AH A a result of the insurrectionary insurrectionarymovement insurrecUonarmovement insurrectionarymovement
movement which broke out last nightnot night nightnot nightnot
not only here but in other cities of Ar Argentina Argentina Argentina ¬
gentina the government has issued a adecree adecree adecree
decree establishing a state of siege forthirty for forthirty forthirty
thirty days throughout thr Ughout the whole republic re republic reImbUe ¬
public and has ordered the mobiliza mobilizatipn mobiUzation mobilization
tion of thenational the national guard guardThe gua guardThe d dThe
The decision to o proclaim a a state ofsiege of ofsiege ofsiege
siege and to mobilize the national nationalguard nationalguard nationalsward
guard was reached at a council of min ministers JI1inIsters mm ¬
isters held this morning under the th pres presidency presIdency presidency
idency of Manuel Quintana president presidentof presidentof
of the republic The troops remaining
loyal to the government have been sent sentto sentto sentto
to meet the mutinous troops who are areinarching arelnarchlng aremarching
inarching on onnBuenos Buenos Ayres Up to thepresent the thepresent theresent
present resent the city Is quiet and bears itsordinary Its Itsordjnary Itsorqinar
ordinary aspect aspectINFANTSHOME asp aspectNFANTS ct ctINFANTS
INFANTSHOME INFANTS I HOME REPORT REPORTHomes REPORTHomes
Homes Found For Seventy Children Childrenand Childrenand Childrenand
and Other Work Done DoneOfficers DoneOfficers DoneOfficers
Officers Elected ElectedThe ElectedThe ElectedThe
The reports of the annual meeting meetingof
of the Infants Home and Protective Protectiveassociation Protectiveassociation Protectiveassociation
association held at the home 66 I Istreet Istreet Istreet
street showed that during the year yearjust yearjust yeajust r
just ended the home had sheltered sev seventy sevent seventy ¬
enty ent inmates inma ts of whom fifteen had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been placed in exceptionally good goodhomos goodhomas goodhomes
homos It was was also reported that thatmuch thatmueh thatmuch
much outsid distress distre s had been re relieved rcllee relleved ¬
lieved The association is out of debt debtIts debtits debtits
Its receipts amounting to 164360 1ti4360all 1ti4360allor all allof allof
of whjch has been expended except exceptJ16533 exceptH6533
J16533 balance on hand The complete completereports cOmpletereports completreports e
reports giving details required by lawhave law lawhave lawhave
have been placed in the hands of the thecounty thecounty th thcounty
county commissioners commissionersFour commt commissionersFour sloners slonersFour
Four of the retiring retlrln trustees trusteeslrs trusteeslrsV Mrs
W V V Rice Mrs A J Gorham Mrs MrsA MrsA MrsA
A F Wey Ve and Mrs W V H Boothe Boothewere BoothAdams e
were reelected Mrs frsC C F Adams Adamstook Adamtook
took the plactflof pl c of Mrs Hugh Park who whois whois wh whis o
is about to leave the city indefinitelyMrs Indefinitely IndefinitelyMrs
Mrs C R Pearsair Mrs H H Platand Platt Plattand t I Iand
and Mrs Moteer M Moteerwere teer wefe wer = e elected to fill fillvacancies flllyacancle fit fitvacancies 1
vacancies on the board boardThe boardThe
The officers are President Mrs Irs C CH CH CH
H McMahon vice president Mrs A AJ AJ 1 1J
J Gorham secretary Mrs C R Pearsail Pear Pearsail PearsaU
sail treasurer Frank Knox I nox house housephysician houseph8I hourphysician
physician ph8I < Ian Dr C IDouglas I Douglas advis advisory advIsOQ ¬
ory board Rev E I Goshen Captain CaptainM
M 1 M 1 Woods and James Ingebretyen IngebretyenStarting IngebretcoenStarting Ingebret en
Starting as it did with practically practicallyno
no aw ulIRetg > ets the association now has hascomfgrtable a acomfortable acomCqrtubtecozy
comfortable comCqrtubtecozy cozy and well appointed appointedplace appoIntedplace appointeplace d
place where children under 5 years yearsof yeanof yearof
of age may be cared a red for forNICE fore forNICE
e = t tNICE
NICE PICKUP PICK P FOR A BOY BOYFather BOYFather BO BOFather Y
Father Dies leaving OneThousand OneThousandDollars One Thousand ThousandDollars d
Dollars to Son Who Cannot CannotBe CannotBe CannotBe
Be Found FoundA
A small fortune of 1004 10 t is awaiting awaitin awaitinJohn b
John B Stewart 16 years cars of age ageformerly ageformerly ageformerly
formerly of this city clt but he cannot cannotbe cannotb cannotbe
be b located His father Peter Stewart Stewartof Stewarof t
of Spokane died about two months monthsago monthsago monthago s
ago leaving an insurance policy of 1
000 payable to his son A letter has hasbeen hasbeen ha habeen s
been received rece d from Spokane asking for forinformation forInCormation fo foinformation r
information about him but nothing nothingcan nothingcan nothiu g
can be learned In regard to his case caseStewart caseStewart
Stewart left Spokane several months monthsago monthsago monthago s
ago and was soon afterwards heard heardfrom heardfrom d
from in Salt Lake Qfity Since tha thatime that thattime thattime t
time no information Inform tfon can be found as asto asto n s
to his whereabouts whereaboutsSUMMARILY whereaboutsSUMMARILY
SUMMARILY QUASHED QUASHEDIndictments QUASHEDIndictmcnt QUASHEDIndictments
Indictments Against Hays and Diss DissThrown DissThrown DinThrown g
Thrown Out Outt I ILos
t
Los Angeles An elc les > s Cal Feb 4 4Judge Judge Tag Taggart Ta Tagartof Taggirt
girt gartof of Santa Barbara sitting this aft afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon In the superior court at River Riverside Riverside Riverside ¬
side summarily quashed the indict indictment j jments
menu recently returned by the River Riverside Rlersldo Riverside ¬
side county grand Jury against H T THays THa
Hays Ha s former cashier of the Orange OrangeGrowers OrangeGrowers g
Growers National bank of Riverside Riversideand Riversideand Riversidand e
and Colonel J W V F Diss former right rightof et t
of way agent of the Salt Lake Railroad Railroadcompany RailroadOmpa Railroaeompalf d
company Ompa on onnhe the ground of ofuntIue undue prej preiUdice prejUdlc
Udice e on o tho the part of three t1 ree members 1n bers of often QCl11fJ o f
l11fJ d gro tab Qj wry wryh ry rywci
h wci rt rt ten lodlptingnts IDdl tmentsIn in all aI aIilJs alf 1
ilJs f tttud iJgafn assanyt < t HI the railItHL railItHLcompan railrozi railrozicompanyy
compan and3li and afnst > alI1in the bank
undertaker This analysis shows be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond question that there ther was no arsen art en ¬
ic either in the th embalming emb lm1ng fluid or on
the nstruments The arsenic found f und in
the stomach was apparently given be ¬
fore deathLetterss death deathLetters deathLett
Letters Lett rs received by the police lleretoday tyere tyeretoday 11eretodaj
today contain Information through throughwhich throughWhich throughwhich
which it is hoped to toconnect connect Johann
Hoch with at least two matrimonialventures matrimonial matrimonialventures matrImonialvcntures
ventures in addition to those already
reported with Mrs Annie Dodd and
Mrs Regina Miller Curtis both of Day ¬
ton 0 in 1903 1903Springfield 1903Springfield 1903Springfield
Springfield Ill Feb 4A requisition requisitionon
on the governor of New York was is issued i8ued isued
sued ued today for the extradition of John
Joseph Hoch wanted antedn in Chicago on a acharge acharge acharge
charge of bigamy
I
Many RumorsAfloat RumorsAfloatInformation RumorsAfjoatInformation umors Afloat AfloatInformation
Information received receivedl1ere here from the theprovinces therrovlnces therrorinces
provinces of Mendoza 1Ie1 doza Cordoba and andSanta andSanta andSanta
Santa Fe is contradictory It is diffi difficult dlffit difiiLUIt ¬
cult t lt to secure definite Information information and andnany and1nany andnany
nany > > rumors are current It is re reorted reorted ¬
ported p orted that the artillery stationed at atKosario atkosarlo atRosario
Rosario in the province prov nce of Santa Fe Fehs Fes Fefins
hs s joined the insurrectionists insurrectionistsPresident InsurrectionistsPresident InsurrectionistsPresident
President Quintana and the cabinet cabinetare cabinetare
are holding a conjjnnous session at the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government house The members ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the cabinet e binEt assert that the revolution revolutionary ¬
ary 4r movement Js bound to fail as It is isi Isdirected Isdirected
i directed by b only a few influential per persons person person ¬
sons son and that the attempt to overthrowI overthrow
I the government will not meet with anydegree any anydegree anydegree
degree of popular approvaT approv h Banks areopen are areopen arecpen
open and trains are running runningThe runningThe runningThe
The revolt at Bahala Blanca in thesouth the thesouth thesouth
south of the th province of Buenos Bu nos Ayres Ayreshas Areshas Ayreshas
has already been crushed and according accord according according ¬
ing to latest reports which Are are considered con considered considerEd ¬
sidered rellalfle r ll 1ffl th the TnovementMh movement llh Sh the theinterior theinteriol theinterior
interior is dying down and Rndthe the princi principal principal principal ¬
pal centers < remain loyal tothe to the existingregime existing existingregime existingrglme
regimeAccording regime regimeAccording rglmeAccording
According to official information one onebattalion onelaUalion onetattalion
battalion of infantry infantr and a company companyof
of engineers which revolted have re returned rlturned returned ¬
turned to barracks at Campo Del Mayo Mayoand Mayoand ayo ayoand
and readily submitted to discipline disciplineTroops dlsclpJtneTroops disciplineTroops
Troops from one of the th > provinces provincesi provinceshave provinceshave
i have been dispatched to this city cityFAVORABLE cityFAVOR
FAVORABLE FAVOR 1 BLE REPORT REPORTON REPORTON
ON HAYBOND TREATY TREATYWashington TREATYWashington TREATWashington Y
Washington Feb 4 4The The senate senatecommittee senatecommittee senatecommittee
committee on foreign relations relatio ls today todayauthorized todayauthorized todayauthorized
authorized a favorable report on the thePlay theHaj theHay
Play bond reciprocity treaty It was wasamended wasamended w wamended
amended in a number of important importantparticulars importantparticulars importantparticulars
particulars The treaty will ill b ha re reported rerorted reported ¬
ported by Senator Lodge who has here heretofore heretofore heretofore ¬
tofore opposed It The amendments amendmentsrneet amendm nts nts11eet 5
treat the objections objfcti ns raised by y the th NewEngland New NewEngland NewEngland
England fishIng interests The ri treaty treatyprovides treatyprovides treatyprovides
provides for reciprocity In propuots pro uels of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the United States and New Foundland FoundlandPRELIMINARY FOlndltudPRELIMINARY FoundlandPRELIMINARY
PRELIMINARY TRIAL TRIALI TRIALOF TRIAL0F
I OF T tHE HE STOLLINGS STOLLINGSLoganW STOLLINGSLogan S TO LL IN G S
LoganW Logan W v Va Feb 4 4The The prelims prelimlnary pr prelimsnary lhnl lhnlnary
nary trial of Floyd Stollings charged chargedwith chargewith d
with the themu1der muider off oflRose Rose White began begantoday begantoda begatoday n
today toda Ballard Stollings his brother brotherand brotherand
and Bollards wife also were placed on onttfal ontr o otrial n
tr trial ial as accessories Rose White wa wathe was wastlxe wasthe s
the 18yearold daughter of a proms prominent ¬
nent farmer She was murdered jut t
before Christmas her body being mu mutilated mutIlated ¬
tilated and her head almost decapi decapitated deropltated dertpltated ¬
tated When the Stollings brothers brotherswre brotherswore brothe brothewere rs
wore first arrested a mob sought t to rso o
lynch them themNERVOUS themNERV themA
NERVOUS NERV UrpysPEPSIA UrpysPEPSIAA DYSPEPSIA DYSPEPSIAA r
A CURE FOR ALL ALLNot ALLNot
Not a Patent Cureall Cure ure = all Norva Nor a ModerMiracle Modern ModernMiracle ModernUra n
Miracle Ura < le But B t Simply a Rational RationalCure RationalCure tional tionalCure
Cure for Dyspepsia DYBpepslaIn
In thoso days of of humbuggcry humbugg ry and de
ccpflcm ccp lon the manufacturers ofmitent OC tent med ¬
icines as a rule seem seem to wiink Ink their the
medicines will not sell unlossrhey unl untes s th they claim clam m
the that they will 1I1 cure urc every ver disease under r
sun And they never think of leav ¬
ing out Uyspepsia and stombch troubles troublesi
They are sUr to claim th that t their nos
tram Is abmltJt absohtt0ly b certain rtaln tb Cure every ever y I
dyspeptic qnd ud l aced look no further
r yt
In the t t orliof Q f Bose > c absurd laIm8 1 it t
Is i rcfreshlnr > tp t note not that the pronri roprl I I
otors of o Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets have havedue e
carefully rolraln rolralngdfrom drom muklnuny un
due claims or false reprcsemtdJans
re ¬
garding the merits merlt of thi this piosj < excellent t
remedy for dyspepsia and stotneeii SfUetCh trou ¬
bles They make but one ciajji for it i
and that is that th l for indigestlc ndJ1 ndjrestloarnnd 8t1oDand pand va ¬ I
rlous stomach troubles t1 UbloS StuarfctuDspeiisia St artsDtapegsi t1rts spelsla j I
Tablets Js 1so radical Thar o
a ludlealcute etti cure e They fY go o no n i
farther than this and any an rrffcn or or woI we o j I
man man suffering from indigestionchronic Jldlgestlon ehronlc C I
or nervous dyfljSepsiii drvspePslli who TVfllgive W gln e the th C i
remedy a atr trials trud uI will find that nothing nothin j
Is claimed cahn calinedtor CdtorJtthRt for Itthat it that the factswill facts will 0 111 not n oc j
fully sustaip I
It isa IS < tt a modem odorn discovery discov ryetposed cynjposed < iin1 osed of ofto o f
harm ICSgcge bie J Ingredients necptabl cPtablo 0 0h
to the weakest wcakt > st or most deHeate deUc delieatestomac tertomnch srtoniach h 0h
Its jrroat 1166 success in curlifs + ftomaeh irtoniach h
trouble troublesis is due U t4 the fact act tljHgAhc thb the me m e ¬
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fall off owing to the marketing of thehome the thehome
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satisfactory from the standpoint of the theImporter theImporter theimporter
Importer although the measure measure pend pendins pending pendins
ins in congress for a revision of the theexisting theexisting theexisting
existing tariff tends t nds to make import importers ImportErs ¬
ers conservative In acquiring new newgoods newgood newgoods
goods Grgati Gr rE at j anxiety prevails in the thefear theflar thefear
fear that thn oilgress congress may fail to enacttariff enact enacttariff enacttariff
tariff legislation favorable to the t e PhiloIppines Philippines Phil
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today toda sent to the senate the nomlna nomlnations nomlnattons noininations
tions of the > following postmasters postmastersCalifornia postmastersCaliforniaJohn postmastersCaliforniaJohn
California CaliforniaJohn John P Swift MarysvilleFrank Marysville MarysvilleFrank Matjsil1eFrank
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aggregating 221069 Of this thisamount thisamount thisamount
amount 125448 was contract contracted ¬
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in our rating book as bad badones
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merchant refused to subscribe subscribeto
to our Rating Book on the theground theground theground
ground that he knew who waswho was waswho waswho
who in his neighborhood Seewhat See Seewhat
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Important Inp portant rant Government Gover ent Statistics Showing the Relative Business s of the th thC theII Beli Belif
C f and Independent Companies CompaniesVery y yVery
Very Important figures nave been compiled by government authorities set ¬
ting at at t rest the thelong long disputed question as to what proportion prop rtI n of the e telephone
business of this country is done by the American Telephone Co and Its 1Icemree Itcensee li licensee ¬
censee companies and what proportion is done by b the Independents Inde endents These Thisestatistics TM5estatistics Thesestatistics
statistics constitute the first official data ever presented and demonstrate demonstrateclearly demonstrataelearl demonstrateclearly
clearly elearl the commanding command In position of the American Telephone Co against the thecombined thocombined thembined
combined co forces of all Its competitors The following foll Vln figures b ures as of IflftS 19O putthe put putthe putthe
the matter clearly Since these figures were compiled the Bell companies have havemade havemade havemade
made material naterlaladancement advancement In increasing the percentage ot o the total busIness busi business bustnass ¬
ness transacted The figures follow
IndeTotal Inde IndeTotal
Total Bell BellNumber pendant pendant410T pendantNumber
Number of systems s 4181 41 41Milesofwire 4 14101Ines + 410T
Miles Milesofwire ot wire 4S5Q4S6 48 O4SG 33T9S4 33T9S4lumbar 1t461i6 6spi6 6spi6umber
lumbar N of subscribers 2178366 122232T 122232TStations i6010 i601
Stations or telephones X316207 1316 X97 1317175 1317175Number O4Silrl O4Silrlumber 18u
Number N public exchanges exe anses 10361 3758 3758Switchboards 6698
Switchboards Stvitchboarc s i > 10806 3S2Q 3S2QTalks 3S ° 0 7 716 0r6
Talks during year 507055453 50iO D45i3 3074530060 3074530060Number 1906094488 19060944881SI64 I
Number wageearners 64628 46064 46064Wages 1SI64 181tVa
Wages Va s paid 26S69735 21026257 634 5341498 5341498The 534845f 4fS 4fSThe
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The systems controlled by the t e American Telephone Telegraph T IOsrPh Co Corrsted Co4pe dps dpsrated
rated 698 per cent of the wire mileage and 569 per cent of the telephones rjs rjsported ru ruported p pJorted
ported by all systems 5 stems their wire mileage was more than twice as great as asthat asthat asthat
that of the Independent telephone companies companiesOf compa les lesOt
Of the total number of messages or talks 606 per cent or 2334 messages messagesper moseag9Slier
per telephone were reported by the Bell companies as compared with 504 04 4 per percnt pernt perant
ant nt and an average of 2000 per telephone by the independent Independ nt companies companiesThe comptt ies iesThe
The American Telephone systems s stems reported rep rteda a far greater number of pay Ja ata atatfons
tons than did the independent systems but the latter operated nearly twice twiceas t lce lceas
as many public exchanges as the former formerThe formerThe torm2rThe
The total outstanding capital of the Bell companies Including the Am Ampi AmpiCan Antgrican cir circan
can Telephone Co but excluding the American companys holdings in th thsecurities the tllesecurities thesecurities
securities of its I s licensee companies was 233270936 while the capital ot the
Independent companies bonds included in both cases was 114760122 114760122Dividends UI760lDIvid 114760L4Dividends
Dividends DIvid nds paid show a remarkable contrast contrast13714437 13714487 by the Bell Benpantes com avntpanles companies ¬
panies and 1268282 by the independents independentsBostQn Boston News Bureau J Jwnttftxy umary al3
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to go goat at any price priceLadies pricet o oLadies
t Ladies Corsets worth 100 25 cents centsUnion centsUnion 9
Union Suits Reduced to 25 cents centsBargains cenJst o O oO
t < > Bargains in Dress Goods Underwear Hats Caps CapsGloves CapsGloves CapsGloves +
Gloves Groceries Etc Goods must go Fixtures Fixturest
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of others who place accounts with us Ask us first and let us usexplain usexPlain usexplain
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