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Much Speculation Over the Fate of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Railroad Bate Bill Now Be Before Before B Bfore ¬
fore the Senate SenateV SenateWfR SenateM Senate1f
Washington March S SRegardlessof SRegardlessofthe Regardless of ofthe ofthe
the fact that the statehood bill was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the only question discussed in the son sonate sonate sonate
ate today the house railroad rate bill billcontinued blllcontinued billcontinued
continued as an absorbing absorbln topic and andgroups andgroups andgroups
groups of senators met in earnest but butInformal butInformal butinformal
Informal consideration of the many manypropositions manypropositions manyt
t propositions that have been suggested suggestedIn
In the way of amendment Withoutdcubt Withoutdcubt Without Withoutdcubt
dcubt no bill has been before congress congressIn
In years that has been given so much muchattention muchattention muchattention
attention when the issue issn between the theopposing theopposing theopposing
opposing factions has been one that thatcould thatCGuld thateculd
could be settled through the use of so sofew sotew sofew
few words The question is the choice choiceof
of the words wordsShould wordsShould wordsShould
Should Be Specific SpecificJudicial SpecifIcJudicial SpecificJudicial
Judicial review of orders of the inter interstate InterJtate intertate ¬
state tate commerce commission has from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the first been the only real issue be between between between ¬
tween the opposing factions One fac faction faction saclion ¬
tion that supporting the bill in its itspresent Itspresent Itspresent
present form declares that it has no noobjection noDbjectIon noobjection
objection to railroads having their day dayIn dayIn dayIn
In court and it has made the asser assertion asserlion asserLion ¬
lion that this is provided for by the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present bill The other positive fac faction faction faclion ¬
tion contends that It wants the same samething samething samething
thing but that the bill Should hould provide providefor providefor providefor
for this in specific terms There are areother areother areother
other factions which have amend amendments amendments amendments ¬
ments such zts as s the Spooner plan of im impounding impotJnding impoimdlng ¬
pounding the difference between the thecommission thecemmisslon thecemmisslon
cemmisslon rate and the railroad rate ratepending ratepending ratepending
pending adjustment of the former and andthe andthe andthe
the senators advocating the Bailey Baileyproposition Baileyproposition Baileyproposition
proposition declaring for a full review reviewby reviewby reviewby
by the courts but limiting the power powerof powerof powerof
of the circuit courts to enjoin the or orders orders orders ¬
ders of the commission commissionFight commissIonFight commissionFight
Fight on Baileys Plans PlansSeveral PlansSeveral PlansSeveral
Several senators will answer Senator SenatorBaileys SenatorBalle SenatorBaileys
Baileys Balle s speech Among these is Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Nelson He takes the position positionthat positionthat positionthat
that Senator Bailey has brought for forward forward forward ¬
ward a plan that is not in harmony harmonywith harmonyvIth harmonywith
with the constitution constitutionSenator constitutionSenator constitutionSenator
Senator Dollivet and Attorney Gen General Genral General ¬
eral ral Moody today conferred regarding regardinglegal regardinglegal regardinglegal
legal points missed yesterday in the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate discussion of the railroad rate ratebill ratebill ratebill
bill The senator would not specify specifythe specifythe specifythe
the questions considered but at the theconclusion theoncluslon theconclusion
conclusion of the conference expressed expressedthe
the opinion that that the friends of the thebouse thehouse thehouse
house rate bill need nee have no fear that thattho thattho thatthe
tho senate will be able to adopt an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment which would add to the therights therights therights
rights the railroads now have in the thecourts thecourts thecourts
Two Sick Calls CallsDemocratic CallsDemocratic CallsDemocratic
Democratic senators are disposed not notto notto notto
to enter into a general discussion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rate bill until after Senator Bai Baileys Bailys Balhys ¬
leys proposition proposit on has been presented presentedHe
He was called to Mississippi today by bythe byth bythe
the th < serious illness mn s ot his father fatherSenator fatherS fatherSenator
Senator S nator Aldrich the leader of the theffjublican ther therublIcan
r ffjublican senators who are seeking to toamend 10amend toamend
amend the bill Is in New York called calledthere calledthere calledt
t there by the illness of his daughter daughterMrs daughterMrs daughterMrs
Mrs John D Rockefeller jr jrSCHWAB jrSCHWAB jrSCHWAB
I Kansas City March 8 8Charles Charles M MSchwab 1LSchwab MSchwab
Schwab arrived in Kansas City from the thewest thewest thewest
west in his special car over the Rock RockIsland RockIsland RockIsland
Island railroad at 333 thi thip afternoon To Toan Toan Toan
an Associated ssoc ated Press representative he hesaid hesald hesaid
said he was only slightly indisposed the theresult theresult theresult
result of three weeks of almost constant constantrailway constantrailway constantrailway
railway traveling He was In fine finespirits finespirits finespirits
spirits spiritsAMERiQH spiritsLIVING spiritsUvIN
Irregularities and Female Derange Derangements Derangements Derangeraents ¬
ments ResultCured Result Cured by Lydia E JBPinkhams EPinkhams EPjnkhams
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound CompoundOwing CompoundOwing CompouiuLOwing
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living and the nervous haste of every everywoman everywoman everywoman
woman to accomplish just so much mucheach mucheach mucheach
each day it is said that there is not
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one woman in twentyfive but that thatsuffers thatsuffers thatsuffers
suffers from some derangement of the thefemale thefemale thei
i female organism and this is the secret secretof secretof secretof
of so many unhappy homes homesNo homesNo homesNo
No woman can be amiable light lighthearted lighthearted lighthearted
hearted and happy a joy tp t her hus husband husband husband ¬
band and children and perform the theduties theduties theduties
duties incumbent upon her when she sheis sheis sheis
is suffering with backache headache headachenervousness headachenervousness headachenervousness
nervousness sleeplessness bearing
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weakness or diseased organs organsIrritability organsIrritability organsIrritability
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the place of pleasantness and all sun sunshine sunshine sunshine ¬
shine is driven out of the home and andlives andlives andlives
lives are wrecked by womans great greatenemy greatenemyfemale greatenemyfemale
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larities which broke down my health and andbrought andbro1ght andbroiight
brought on extreme nervousness and despon despondency despondency despondency ¬
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and thoroughly en enjoy joy life once more as Lydia LydiaE
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t I At the first indication of ill healthpainful health healthpainful healthI
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Chief Officials of Mutual Reserve ReserveLife ReserveL ReserveLife
Life L e Insurance Company Un TTnder Under Under
der Indictment IndictmentFIVE IndictJnentFIVE IndictmentFIVE
New York March 8 8Indictments 8Indictmentscharging 8IndIctmentscharging Indictmentscharging
charging grand larceny in the first de degree degree degree ¬
gree and forgery in the third degree by byFrederick byFrederick byFrederick
Frederick A Burnham president presidentGeorge presidentGeorge presidentGeorge
George D Eldridge first vice presi president president president ¬
dent and George Burnham jr second secondvice secondvice secondvice
vice president of the Mutual Reserve ReserveLjfe ReserveLife ReserveLife
Life Insurance company were found foundby foundby foundby
by the grand jury jury today In all five fiveIndictments fiveindictments fiveIndictments
Indictments were brought brought against each eachofficer eachofficer eachofficer
officer two for grand larceny and three
for forgery The alleged larceny and
forgery was brought about according
to the indictments by payments of 9
000 of the companys money to t law
firms the apparent purpose of which
is alleged to have been to settle claims claimsagainst claimsagainst claimsagainst
against the company while the real realobject realobject realobject
object Is alleged to have been to set settle settle settIe ¬
tle actions which had been brought broughtagainst broughtagainst broughtagainst
against officers of the company as In Individuals indiyiduals Individuals ¬
dividuals dividualsThe diyidualsThe dividualsThe
The indictments on which a charge of oflarceny oflarceny oflarceny
larceny is based alleged that the offi officers officers officers ¬
cers embezzled two sums one of 7500 7500and 1500and 7500and
and the other of 1500 on Qct 24 1901 1901The 1901Th 1901The
The Th three officers appeared in the court courtof cour courof courtof
of general session where Judge OSul OSullivan OSulllvan OSullivan
livan fixed their bail at 12500 for each eachand eachand
1 and fixed upon next Thursday as the thetime t tletime e etime
time for pleading pleadingExpected pleadingExpected pleadingExpected
Expected Indictment IndictmentGeorge Indictmentorge indictmentGeorge
George orge Burnham jr when seen at atthe atthe atthe
the companys office after the jurys jurysaction jurysaction jurysaction
action had been announced said saidWe saidWe saidWe
We had been expecting this and andhave am amhave andhave
have engaged counsel to defend us usAside usAside usAside
Aside from stating that if there has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been any crime committed it is but a atechnical atechnical atechnical
technical one I do not care to discuss discussthe discussthe discussthe
the case caseIn caseIn caseIn
In the first case of alleged forgery
the indictment charges that 7500 was wasentered wasentered wasentered
entered in the cash book as paid to toNichols toNichols toNichols
Nichols Bacon attorneys of P J JArmstrong JArmstrong JArmstrong
Armstrong to settle a claim of Arm Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong ¬
strong against the Insurance company companyarising companyarising companyarising
arising out of a contract betweenhim betweenhimand between him himand
and the company In fact however howeverthe howeverthe howeverthe
the indictment charges the money was waspaid waspaid waspaid
paid to Nicholls Bacon in settlement settlementof
of an action which they as attorneys attorneysfor
for J Douglass Wells had previously
brought against Frederick ABurnham ABurnhamindividually ABurnhamIndividuaI1y ABurnhamindividually
individually individuallySecond IndividuaI1ySecond individuallyI individuallySecond
Second Forgery Charge ChargeThe ChargeThe ChargeThe
The second Indictment for forgery forgerycharges forgerycharges forgerycharges
charges that the defendants caused the theitem theitem theitem
item of 1500 to be entered on the com companys companys cornpanys ¬
panys books as made in payment to toJames toJames toJames
James Schell and Elkus for legal serv services services servIces ¬
ices rendered by them to the company companyIn
In reality declares the indictment the themoney themoney themoney
money was paid with instructions to toturn toturn toturn
turn it over to the attorney of J Doug Douglass Douglass Douglass ¬
lass Wells to reimburse Wells for dis disbursements disbursements disbuisements ¬
bursements which he claimed had been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made by him in defending actions actionsbrought actionsbrought actionsbrought
brought against him by Frederick A ABurnham ABurnham ABurnham
Burnham individually and by George GeorgeD
D Eldridge individually and In order orderto orderto
to induce Wells to consent to toa a discon discontinuance discontinuance discontinuance ¬
tinuance of those actions actionsBooks actionsBooks actionsBooks
Books W Were re Doctored DoctoredThe DoctoredThe DoctoredThe
The third indictment for forgery is isbased isbased isbased
based on the payment of 5000 OOO of the thecompanys thecompanys thecompanys
companys moneys on Sept 24 190L 1901That 190LThat 190LThat
That payment the indictment charges chargeswas chargeswas chargeswas
was entered in the cash book as made madeto madeto madeto
to James Schell and Elkus for legal legalservices legalservices legalservices
services The real purpose of this pay payment payment payment ¬
ment is however alleged to have been beenfor beenfor beenfor
for delivery to Baldwin White at attorneys attorneyS attorneys ¬
torneys for J Thompson atterson for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of settling one action actionwhich actionwhich actionwhich
which Patterson had previously previouslybrought previouslybrought previouslybrought
brought against the company and andagainst andagainst andagainst
against Frederick A Burnham and andGeorge andGeorge andGeorge
George D Eldridge individually and andthree andthree andthree
three actions which had been brought broughtagainst broughtagainst broughtagainst
against Patterson one by Georg D DEldredge DEldredge DEldredge
Eldredge individually one by Freder Frederick Frederick Frederick ¬
ick A Burnham and one by the com company company cornpany ¬
Advised to Wait WaitIn
In addition to the transactions of the theMutual theMutual theMutual
Mutual Reserve the grand Jury has be before before before ¬
fore it a general consideration of In Insurance insurance insurarCe ¬
surance companies Regarding Regardin this thisgeneral thisgeneral thisgeneral
general situation the jury recently recentlyasked recentlyasked recentlyasked
asked Judge OSullivan of the court of ofgeneral ofgeneral ofgeneral
general session questions for guidance guidancein
in tha th proposed Investigation Today TodayJudge Toda TodaJudge TodayJudge
Judge OSullivan and also District At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Jerome advised the jury jur to wait waitbefore waitbefore waitbefore
before beginning its investigation un until unI until ¬
I til opinions of legal authorities can be beobtained beobtained beobtained
obtained upon the questions involved involvedCORBIN inyolvedC inyolvedCORBI InvolvedCORBIN
C >
Conditions in the Philippines in Ex Excellent Excellen Excellent ¬
cellent Shape ShapeGeneral General Wood WoodNow WoodNow WoodNow
Now in Command CommandSan
San Francisco March 8 8lIajor Major General GeneralCorbln GeneralCorbin GeneralCorbin
Corbin recently In command of the army armyIn armyIn armyIn
In the Philippines PhiIip ne5 accompanied by his hiswife hiswife hiswife
wife and persbnal staff arrived today
from Manila He Is to be promoted to the therank therank th thrank
rank of lieutenant 11 general on April 14 14On 14On 14On
On Feb 1 he relinquished his command commandIn
In the islands islandsto to Major General Leonard LeonardWood LeonardWood Leonardr00
Wood r00 who promised to continue his pol policy policy p01Icy ¬
icy in the management of military af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs fairsIn fairsIn fairsIn
In an interview General Corbin said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that conditions in the Philippines were werenever werenEYVer werenever
never so good as at present All depart departments departments departmeats ¬
ments of the government were now work workIng workIng working
Ing In harmony The visit of Secretary SecretaryTaft SecretaryTaft SecretaryTaft
Taft had done great good and his stand standagainst standagainst standagainst
against immediate Independence met with withmuch withmuch withmuch
much approval The Filipinos were satis satisfled satisfied satisfled
fled with their present condition The Thetalk Thetalk Thetalk
talk of a possible transfer of islands to toJapan toJapan toJapan
Japan was without foundation foundationThe found foundationThe tion tionThe
The general said that undue importance importancehad
had been given to the sending of rein reinforcements reinforcements reinforceinents ¬
forcements to Manila It was necessary necessaryhowever necessar necessarhowever necessaryhowever
however to ketp troops in readiness for forservice forservice forservice
service He declared that the reported reportedtroubles reportedtroubles reportedtroubles
troubles in China had been greatly mag magnified magnifIed mugnlfied ¬
nified ano no cause for serious trouble troublewith troublewith troublewith
with that country could CO I be seen seenORGANIZINGFOR seenORGANIZINGFOR
Albany N Y March 8 Immediate in interest biterest hiterest ¬
terest in the big battle over the ten bills billsproposed billsproposed billsproposed
proposed by the legislative special insur insurance insurance Insurance ¬
ance Investigation invps gatlon committee began today todayto
to take form in view of the fact that the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first hearing on the bills will be held heldhere heldhere heldhere
here Every indication points tlnts to a large largeattendance largeattendance largeattendance
attendance and to a hearing which will willforecast wiHforecast willforecast
forecast a bitter struggle over the bills billswhen bl1lswhen billswhen
when they come up for final passage passageInsurance passageInsurance PassageInsurance
Insurance men are gathering from all allover aUover allover
over the state There are re five life un underwriters underwriters underwrltcrs ¬
derwriters associations in the state stateThese stateThese stateThese
These associations have united for the thefight thefight thefight
fight against those portions of the bills billsthat billsthat billsthat
that are objectionable to them
Colonel ColonelJohn John W Bubb BubbJTwelfth BubbJTwelfthI Twelfth TwelfthInfantry TwelfthInfantry1
Infantry I Selected to Be BeBrigadierGeneral BeBrigadier BeBrigadier
BrigadierGeneral BrigadierGeneralWashington Brigadier General GeneralWashington General1Washington
Washington March 8 SOne One of the themost thomost themost
most spirited contsts for place In II the thehistory thehistory thehistory
history of the army was settled today todaywhen todaywhen todaywhen
when Secretary Taft announced that thatColonel thatColonel thatColonel
Colonel John W Bubb of f the Twelfth TwelfthInfantry TwelfthInfantry TwelfthInfantry
Infantry had been selected to be brig brigadier brigadier brigadler ¬
adier general In the United States army armyto armyto armyto
to fill a vacancy created by the retire retirement retirement retirement ¬
ment of General Carr It has been ru rumored rumored rumored ¬
mored for some s me time past that a junior juniorofficer juniorofficer juniorofficer
officer was to be promoted to this posi position position posttion ¬
tion and army circles were greatly greatlydisturbed greatlydisturbed greatlydisturbed
disturbed disturbedColonel disturbedColonel disturbedColonel
Colonel Bubb is from Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaHe
He entered the service as a private at atthe Rtthe atthe
the outbreak of the civil war He must mustretire mustretire mustretire
retire on account of age in 1907 But ButColonel ButColonel ButColonel
Colonel Bubbs promotion will be pre preceded preceded preceded ¬
ceded by the promotion of four lieu lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant colonels to the rank of brigadier brigadiergeneral brigadiergeneral brigadiergeneral
general conditioned upon their imme immediate immediate Immediate ¬
diate retirement They are L W WCook WCook WCook
Cook Twentyfifth infantry Joseph M MCaliff 11CaIlff MCaliff
Califf artillery corps H R Turrill Turrillmedical TurriIlmedical Turrillmedical
medical department and Crosby P PMiller PMiller PMiller
Miller quartermasters department departmentHIYF departmentSUCCESS departmentSUCCESS
Main Points at Algeciras Re Remain Remain Remain
main Unsettled UnsettledHope UnsettledFlopeStIURuns HopeStill HopeStillRuns Stili StiliRuns
Runs High HighAlgeciras HighAlgeciras HighAlgeciras
Algeciras March 8 SSuccess Success of the theconference theconference theconference
conference on Moroccan reforms cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be described as obsolutely sure since sincetwo sincetwo sincetwo
two of the main points in dispute the theallotment theallotment theallotment
allotment of bank capital and control controlof
of the police are not yet settled Hopes Hopeshowever Hopeshowever Hopeshowever
however run high that these outstand outstanding outstanding outstanding ¬
ing difficulties soon will become sub subject subI subIject subject ¬
ject to arrangement arrangementThe
The delegates d legates of the neutral powers powersgenerally powersgenerally powersgenerally
generally regard the Austrian police policeproposal policeproposal policeproposal
proposal as being not feasible but con consider consider consider ¬
sider that it will serve the purpose of ofproviding ofproviding ofproviding
providing a basis for negotiations for foran foran foran
an eventual compromise compromiseThe
The opinion gains ground that France Francefinally Francefinally Francefinally
finally will consent to a diminution of ofher ofher i
her financial influence in Morocco by byaccepting byaccepting byaccepting
accepting a reduction qf the voting votingpower votingpower votingpower
power allotted to French subscribers subscribersto
to former loans and in return for this thisconcession th thisconcession s sconcession
concession it is thought the police will willbe willbe willbe
be placed under the direction of France Franceand Franceand Franceand
and Spain with a neutral inspecting inspectingofficer inspectingofficer Inspectingofficer
officer who shall report to the powers powersbut powersbut powersbut
but not exercise command commandPANAMA commandPANAMA commandPANAMA
Professor William H Barr Favors the theContract theContract theContract
Contract Plan PlanWashington PlanWashington PlanWashington
Washington March S SThe The examination examinationof
of Professor William H Burr of o New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York formerly a member x of > f the isthmian isthmiancanal Isthmiancanal isthmiancanal
canal commission and a member of the theboard theboard theboard
board of consulting enijlicers en hcers appointed appointedby
by President Roosevelt to report upon the themost themost themost
most feasible type for a canal across the theisthmus theIsthmus theisthmus
isthmus of Panama was on the stand all allof aUof allof
of today before the senate committee and andwill andwill andwill
will resume tomorrow The examination examinationfor
for the day closed with testimony favor favoring favoring favoring ¬
ing the contract plan for constructing the thewater thewater thewater
water way wayIt wayIt wayIt
It was suggested by Senator Morgan Morganthat Morganthat lorganthat
that congress doubtless would have to topass to3SS topuss
pass 3SS upon the question of having the thecanal thecanal thecanal
canal built by contractors and he asked askedthe aSkedthe askedthe
the witness to give his views on that sub subject subject subject ¬
ject jectI I think It will be best for the gov government government government ¬
ernment as a whole if contractors do the thevork thevork theyork
vork said Professor Btrr He added addedthat addedthat addedthat
that he would be of this opinion whether whetherthe whetherthe whetherthe
the waterway were constructed on the sea sealevel sealevel sealevel
level or with locks He expressed the theopinion thecpinion theopinion
i opinion however that the government governmentshould gmrernmentshould governmentshould
should proceed with the wotk far enough enoughto
to determine fairly what would be a rea reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
sonable price p c to pay for the work workKILLED workKILLED workS workKILLED
Lawton March S SIn In a saloon fight fightnear fightnear fightnear
near the line of the Chickasaw nation nationthirty nationthirty nationthirty
thirty miles east of Lawton last night nightEd nightEd nightEd
Ed Buchanan and Thomas Caldwell Caldwellwere Caldwellwere Caidwellwere
were shot and killed and a third man manname manname manname
name unknown was seriously seriouslywounded serIouslywounded seriouslywounded
wounded woundedWhole woundedSUFFERED woundedSUFFERED
Whole Foot Nothing But Proud Flesh FleshTried FleshTried FleshTried
Tried Different Physicians and andAll andAll andAll
All Kinds of Ointments OintmentsCould OintmentsCouldWalk Could Couldx
x Walk Only With Crutches CrutchesOhio CrutchesOhioIvianSays Ohio OhioMan OhioMan
In the year 1899 the side of my myright
right foot was cut off from the little littletoe littletoe littletoe
toe down to the heel and the physician
who had charge of me mewas mewas mewas
was trying to sew up
the side of my foot footbut footbut footbut
but with no success successWhen successThen successWhen
When he found out outthat o outthat t tthat
that wouldnt work workhe workhe workhe
he began trying to toheal toheal toheal
heal the wound with withah withallldnds withailkindsof
ah allldnds kinds of ointment ointmentuntil ointmentuntil ointmentuntilatlastmywholo
until untilatlastmywholo untilatlastmywholofoot at last my mywholo mywholofoot whole wholefoot
foot and way up upabove upabove upabove
above my calf was wasnothing w wnothing wasnothing
nothing but proud proudflesh proudflesh proudflesh
flesh I suffered un
agomes for four years and tried tneddifferent trieddifferent trieddifferentphysicianz
different differentphysicianz physicians and all kinds kindsof of oint ointments ointments ointments ¬
ments I could couldwalkonlywith walk alk only with crutches crutchesIt crutchesIt
It is sixteen months ago since I began beganusing beganusing beganusing
using Cuticura Soap and Ointment for formy formy formy
my limb and foot The first two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months the Cuticura Remedies did not notEeem notseem notseem
seem to work but I kept on using them themboth themboth themboth
both In two weeks afterwards I saw a achange achange achange
change in my mylimb limb Then I began using
Cuticura Soap and Ointment often dur during during durlag ¬
ing lag the day and kept it up for seven sevenmonths sevenmonths sevenmonths
months when my limb was healed up
just the same as if I never had trouble troubleIt
It is is eight months now since I Istopped Istopped Istopped
stopped using Cuticura Remedies the thebest th thbest thObest
best on Gods earth I am working workingat
at the present day after five years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of suffering The cost of Cuticura CuticuraOintment CuticuraOintment CuticuraOintment
Ointment and Soap So p was only 66 66but S6but 6 6but
but the doctors bills were more like lik
600 You can publish my name and andrefer andrefer andrefer
refer any anyone one to write to me about aboutCuticura aboutCuticura aboutOuticura
Cuticura Remedies I will answer all allletters allletters allletters
letters if postage is enclosed John M MLlovd ltfLloyd MLloyd
Lloyd 718 S Arch Ave Alliance Ohio OhioJune OhioJune OhioJune
June 27 1905 1905Comp1ete 1905Complete i iComplete
Complete External and Dd Internal Treatment nt for er eyecy y
Humor from Pimple to Scrofula rlfula from Infancy Infnc to Age Acetonri Agegf Agetmdzting
tonri tmdzting ting of Cuticur Soap iSc Ointment SDc Qc BefoU BefoUJrotiOc Rezo1entOc e ef
JrotiOc gf In form f of Chocolate Ji Coded 1tpi Fills 7 25cper nil rialf nilLf
Lf f CO may innybehad be had of All 11 drcggbt dru A tingle singleet let often ofteacures ofteacuresFeller cure cureroller curealoLler
roller Drug Dru t Ohm Corp Sole Prop Boston BoalonIloWCOC1ucSkiliiDdB1mH Bostonsearc
searc IloWCOC1ucSkiliiDdB1mH = sa
Extension of Western Arizona Bail 1tailroad Bailroad Railroad
road to Connecting Point With WithBio WithRio WithRio
Rio Grande Proposed ProposedWILL ProposedWILL ProposedWILL
From Kinjjman AYS AI conies Ctll CS tne re report rlort rert ¬
port ort rt that the Santa Fe e is considering the theadvisability theadvisability
advisability of extending cCtendln its Western cstern Ari Arizona Arizona Anzona ¬
zona railway into Utah to t > connect conn t wltii wltiithe wIttthE wItithe
the Denver Rio Grande Just where
Inis tbi connection between bet vel tle two h 0 roads rouilsvould roadsould roadsvould
vould ould be effected Is not known In Inquiry InquIry Inquiry ¬
quiry In this ctj i03 failed f leJ to t unearth uu nh any
infoimation informa Infom mation on rog rogrCJI > ir rarg < tjns tn tit < 5 proposed proposedscheme proposedscheme proposeascheme
scheme One reason r OJl given for > r the Santa
Fes favorable c jnsidcration l of this plan
Is the large freight tonnage that would
be obtained by the extension through
the development of the immense coal
deposits in southern utah o > tt It mines mineson mln s son
on the Virgin and Muddy would also be beopened beopened beopened
opened up by the building b1 i1dlng of a new newroad newroad newroad
road through the western part of Ari Arizona Arizona Artzona ¬
zona zonaIt zonaIt zonaIt
It is understood that Santa Fe offi officials officials offlcials ¬
cials have made personal trips of In Investigation Inv investigation ¬
vestigation v tlgation through the western part of ofArizona ofArizona ofArizona
Arizona presumably to ascertain how howmuch howmuch howmuch
much business the Western Arizona rail railway r811wa railway ¬
way wa is capable of handling and to learn learnwhat learnwhat learnwhat
what repairs and alterations are needed neededIn
In the road Among the officials from fromt fromthe fromthe
t the general offices of the Santa Fe who whomde whomade
1 made this trip werei General Manager ManagerA
A G Wells General Superintendent I L LHibbard LHibbard LHibbard
Hibbard Division Superintendent John JohnDenalr JohnDenair JohnDenair
Denair and several engineers engineersCHICAGO engineersCHICAGO engineersCHICAGO
Two Companies Made One to Reduce ReduceIndebtedness ReduceIndebtedness ReduceIndebtedness
Indebtedness IndebtednessChicago IndebtednessChicago IndebtednessChicago
Chicago March 8 8A A special meeting of i ithe
the stockholders of the Chicago Alton
Railroad company and of the Chicago ChicagoAlton ChicagoAlton ChicagoAlton
Alton Railway company was held here heretoday heretoday heretoday
today todayIt
It was voted to consolidate the two twocompanies twocompanies twocompanies
companies under the name of the Chi ChiCago ChiCago ChiCago
Cago Alton railroad company The Thesecurities Thes Thesecurities
securities s of the two old companies will willbe willbe willbe
be exchanged for those of the new cor corporation corporation conporation ¬
poration and it Is estimated that the theoutstanding theoutstanding theoutstanding
outstanding indebtedness of the company companywill companywill companywill
will be about 23000000 less than that of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the two companies which it has sup supplanted supplanted supplanted ¬
planted plantedThe
The plans for the consolidation are To Toprovide Toprovide Toprovide
provide for the preferred and common commonstock commonstock commonstock
stock which has not been acquired a qulred by bythe bythe bythe
the railroad company there is created an anIssue anIssue anissue
Issue of S993 shares of cumulative 4 per percent percent percent
cent prior Hen and participating stock of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the consolidated company The holders holdersof
of such stock will be entitled to receive receivecumulative receivectmulative receivectmulative
ctmulative perferred dividends at the therate therate therate
rate of 4 per cent per annum payable payablesemlannually payablesen payablesemiannually
semiannually sen = annually before any dividends can canbo canbn canbe
bo paid upon the other issues of the con consolidated consolidated consolidated ¬
solidated company companyWESTERN companyWESTERN companyWESTERN
Hundreds of Laborers Are Offered OfferedWork OfferedWork OfferedWork
Work on Line in Nevada NevadaSam Nev NevadaSam da daSam
Sam Francovich an employment agent agentof agentof agentof
of Reno Nev Ne shipped a gang of fifty fiftymen fiftymen fiftymen
men to Spring Garden on the line of ofthe ofthe oftho
the Western Pacific last Monday This ThisIs ThisIs ThisIs
Is the first of several gangs that will willbe willbe willbe
be sent to various points along the Western Westcnn West Western ¬
ern Pacific line within the new few weeks weeksMr weeksMr weeksMr
Mr Francovitch has been Instructed to toprocure toprocure toprocure
procure all the men possible for ork orkalong orkalong orkalong
along the new road Men are In demand demandat
at Beckwith th Pass PassThe PassThe PassThe
The twomile tunnel to be bored through throughthe
the Sierra mountains near Beckwith has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been started and is already dug for a adistance adistance adistance
distance of fifty feet on the east and andthirtyeight andthirtyeight andthirtyeight
thirtyeight feet on the west end Pumps Pumpsare
are being Installed to keep the tunnel tunneldry tunneldry tunneldry
dry Air compressors are also being beingerected beingerected beingerected
erected for the drilling machines which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will be placed In position within a short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time A power plant was built uIlt recently recentlyby
by the Western Pacific company on the theFeather theFeather theFeather
Feather river to furnish motive motlvepower power for forthe forthe forthe
the machinery Installed at Beckwith BeckwithWORK BeckwithWORK BeckwithWORK
Track Will Be Laid Between Lara Laramie laramie Laramie
mie and Centennial CentennialSpecial CentennialSpecial CentennialSpecial
Special toThe to The Herald HeraldLaramle HeraldLaamle HeraldLaramie
Laramie Wyo March 8 Yesterday SYesterdaymorning 8Yesterdaymorning Yesterdaymorning
morning a gang of mea was placed at atwork atwork atwork
work In the yards of the Laramie Hahns HahnsPeak HahnsPeak HahnsPeak
Peak Pacific here arranging for the theoperations theoperntfons theoperations
operations of the tracklaYing outfits that thatare thatare thatare
are shortly to begin work on this road roadEnough roadEnough roadEnough
Enough steel is on hand and en route to tocomplete tocomp tocomplete
complete comp ete the road to Centennial thirty thirtymiles thirtymiles hirtyIIJiles
miles out The equipment for this stretch stretchof
of road has been secured and as soon as asthe asthe asthe
the steel is laid traffic will commence commenceIt
It is expected to have the line in opera operation operation operation ¬
tion by July 1
Railroad Notes NotesThe NotesThe NotesThe
The Oregon Short Line brought a large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number of bowling enthusiasts enthm lasts from Og Ogden Ogden Ogden
den yesterday yesterdayI yesterdayCharles yesterdayCharles
I Charles F Osborne of the Erie was in inSalt inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake yesterday Mr Osborne has hasheadquarters hasheadquarters hasheadquarters
headquarters In Denver DenverChief DenverChief DenverChief
Chief Engineer William Ashton and Di Division DIvision Dlvision ¬
vision Superintendent E C Manson of the theOregon theOregon theOregon
Oregon Short Line are at t Starks Nev Nevon Nevem Novon
on a trip of inspection inspectionTraffic inspectionTraffic InspectionTraffic
Traffic Manager J C Stubbs of the theOregon theOregon theOregon
Oregon Short Line and party left Wednesday Wednesday Wed Wednesday ¬
nesday evening for Twin Falls The party
is traveling In a special train Mr Stubbs Stubbswas Stubbswas Stubbswas
was accompanied to Twin Falls by Gen General General Germeral ¬
eral Superintendent E Buckingham Gen General General General ¬
eral Freight Agent J A Reeves and Gen General General Coneral ¬
eral Passenger Agent D E Burley BurleyThe BurleyThe BurleyThe
The Oregon Short Line has a corps of ofengineers ofengineers ofengineers
engineers camped on a Marsh creek near nearAlbion nearAlbion nearAlbion
Albion Ida A line will probable be run runfrom runfrom runfrom
from Malad to Burley to cut off 100 miles milesct milesc mIlesCf
ct c road and rid this line of the bad cuts cutsnear cutsnear cutsnear
near Glenns ferry The route being sur surveyed surveyed surveyed ¬
veyed is down Sublet Creek across Raft Raftriver Raftriver Raftriver
river valley to Marsh lake and then on to toBurley toBurley toBun1y
Burley BurleyState BurleyState Bun1yState
State Senator Simon Bamberger passed passedthrough passedthrough passedthrough
through Salt Lake yesterday on his way wayfrom wayfrom wayfrom
from New York to Los Argejes Senator SenatorBamberger SenatorBamberger SenatorBamberger
Bamberger will return to his home In this thiscitv thiscih thiscity
city after a brief stay in Los Angeles AngelesHe
He H said the work of building the Salt SaltLakeOgden SaltLakeOgden SaltLakeOgden
LakeOgden electric railroad would be becarried becarried becarried
carried to completion with all practical practicalhaste practicalhaste practicalhaste
haste but said the season was too t o far faradvanced faradvnced faradvanced
advanced to permit the read being elec electrified electrified electrifled ¬
trified this summer summerWILL summerWILL summerWILL
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington March 8 SThe The secretary secretaryof
of the interior has approved the rec recommendation recommendation necommendation ¬
ommendation of the Indian office and andgeneral andgeneral andgeneral
general land office concerning the post postponement postponement postponement ¬
ponement of the opening of the Sho Shoshone Shoshone Shoshone
shone Indian reservation and today todaysent todaysent todaysent
sent to congress the form of a n resolu resolution resolution resolution ¬
tion for delaying the opening until untilAug untilAug untilAug
Aug 15 recommending its adoption adoptionShould adoptionShould adoptionShould
Should both branches of congress take takefavorable takefavorable takefavorable
favorable action the legal date of the theopening theopening theopening
opening will be Aug 15 instead of June
15 the date fixed by law as it now nowstands nowst nowstmindS
stands st nds and the work of registration registrationwill
will begin July 1 instead of May 1 1TILLMAN 1TILLMAN 1TILLMAN
Washington March 8 SSenator Senator Till Tillman Tillman Tillman
man said today that he e did not pro propose propose propose ¬
pose to offer any proposition to amend amendthe amendthe amendthe
the TillmanGillispie resolution in ac accordance accordance accordance ¬
cordance with the suggestion of the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president He says ays the resolution Is Issufficient issufficient Issufficient
sufficient to meet the objects intended intendedand intendedand
and he disagrees with the view of the thepresident thepresident thepresident
Dr Williams Pink Pills Strengthen Strengthenthe Strengtheq Strengtheqthe Strengthctthe
the Sto Stomach nach and Enable It to toDo toDo toDo
Do Its Work WorkWhen WorkWhen WorkWhen
When the stomach is feeble the food foodlies fooiLlies foodlies
lies in it undigested decays and throws throwsoff throwoff throwtoff
off poisonous gases that distend the thaiwatts theWolls thewalls
watts of the stomach and canse inter interference interference interference ¬
ference with other organs especially especiallywith especinll1with especiallywith
with the action of the heart and lungs lungsThese lungsrhese lungsThese
These gases have other ill effects The Thenerves Thenerves Theherves
nerves and the brain are disturbed disturbedand disturbedand distairbedand
and discomforts such as dizziness how hofcflashes howflashes hotflashes
flashes sleeplessness irritableness and anddespondency anddespondency anddespoiidency
despondency originate from this source sourceExperience sourceExperience sourceExperience
Experience shows that these troubles troublesvanish troub1 troub1ish troubleavanish
vanish ish just as soon as the stomach is ismade ismade ismade
made strong enough to digest the food foodIn foodIn
In other words it needs a tonic that thatwiU thatwiUrouse thatwillrouse will willrouse
rouse it to do the work of changing the thafood thefood thefoodinto
food foodinto into nourishment nourishmentMiss nourishmentMiss nourishmentMiss
Miss Minerva O Ladd of Ipswichr IpswichrMass IpswichJjMass IpswichMass
Mass says U I had a weak stomach stomachfrom stomachfrom stomachfrom
from the time I was a little child childWhenever childWheuever
Whenever I took hearty food it would wouldcause wouldcause wouldcause
cause terrible faintness and I would wouldfinally wouldfinally
finally vomit what I had eaten At Attimes A Atimes Attimes Ij
times there would ould be the most mostpains intense intensopains intensepains
pains through the upper part of my mybody mybody mybody
body For days in succession succession I would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have to lie down most of the time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The distress was often so great that I Icould Icould Icould
could hardly bear b r it and the frequent frequentand frequentand frequentamid
and violent belching spells were very verydisagreeable verydisanCPleeable verydisagreeable
disagreeable disanCPleeable too tooMv i iMy iU
U Mv doctors medieines me < llQnes gave me m meittl meittlrelief little littleWilliams litt1 litt1relief
relief nd it was not until I tried Dr DrWilliams Drwrnimuns
Williams Pink PiUs that thatIfound I found a a cure curejWithin CUIelWithin cureWithin
Within three weeks a decided improve improvement improvment improvemont
ment was noticeable The belching belchingspells be1chin be1chinspells baith1nggpdlls
spells were less frequent the pain paiuathrough painthrough painthrough
through my body were not so intense intensemyfood intensemyfood intensemyfood
myfood was retained and after taking takingthe takingthe takingthe
the pills for a few weeks longer I found foundthat fonndthat foundthat
that I was altogether free from tha thamiseries th thmiseries thmiseries
miseries I had so long suffered sufferedEvery su1feredEvery safferedEvery
Every dyspeptic hould read Whatj Whatjto What Wbato Whatto
to Eat and How to toEnt Eat Write the th Dr DrWilliams DrWillianfs DrWilliams
Williams Medicine Co Schenectady SchenectadyN
N Y for a free copy copyDEAD copyDEAD copyDEAD
Mrs Ethel Geachy Brown Whose WhoseBody WhoseBody WhoseBody
Body Was Found in Seine SeineRiver SeineRiver SeineRiver
River Identified IdentifiedCincinnati IdentifiedCincinnati IdentifiedCincinnati
+ Cincinnati March 8 SMrs Mrs Ethel EtllelGeachy EthelGeachy + f
4 + Geachy Brown whose dead body bodywas +
4 4 + was taken from the Seine near nearParis 4 4Paris +
+ 4 Paris France yesterday was a anative anative + 4native
+ native of Fayetteville O from fromf fromwhich fromwhich +
+ f which place she removed after the thedeath f 4death
+ death of her parents twenty years yearsago yearsago +
4 ago to some unknown place The Theidentification +
4 + identification was made through througha 4 +
4 + a clue found in this city today todayJohn todayJohn +
+ John Conrey for many years a aresident aresident +
4 + resident of Fayetteville recalled recalledEthel 4 +
4 + Ethel as one of his childhood play playmates playmates +
4 + mates He said saidI 4 +
4 + I remember the Geachys very veryweII +
4 + well The family moved from Fay FaretteviUe Fayetteville + f
4 + etteville about twenty years ago agoand agoand 4 +
4 + and since that time I have not notheard +
4 4 heard of them They were French Frenchimmigrants FrenchImmigrants +
+ immigrants and it is possible they theyreturned theyreturned +
4 + returned to France John Geachy Geachywas +
4 + 4 was a prosperous farmer and had hada 4 +
+ 4 a large family Ethel or Ettie Ettieas 4 +
4 + as we called her was a young girl girlscarcely girlscarcely +
4 + scarcely in her teens when the thefamily thefamily +
4 + family moved from Fayetteville Fayettevilleand + 4
4 + and of course at that time was wasunmarried +
4 + unmarried None of the th girls so sofar sofar + f ff
+ f far as I know married any one onenamed 4 4named 4 4named
+ named Brown The older residents residentsof +
4 + of Fayetteville remember the thefamily thefamily +
4 + family well but none of them themknew themknew +
4 + knew what became of them John JohnGeachy JohnGeachy +
+ Geachy and his wife died and andwere 4 4were +
4 + were buried at Fayetteville and It Itwas itwas +
4 + was after this that the rest of the thefamily thefamily +
4 + family left the village vIIIaget vIIIageFIERCE + 4FIERCE
+ + + 4 + + t + + + + + + + + t tFIERCE + + + + + + + + +
Duquoin III March 8 SA A lively riot riotoccurred riotoccurrea riotoccurred
occurred between negroes and Hun Hungarians Hungarians Hungarians ¬
garians mployed in the coal mine at atZeigler atZeigler atZelgier
Zeigler and several combatants on onboth onboth onboth
both sides received injuries but no nodeaths nodeaths nodeaths
deaths have been reported It is said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that the riot resulted from ill feeling feelingthat feelingthat
that has been brewing for some time timeover timeover timeover
over labor difficulties Guns knives knivesrazors knivesrazors knivesrazors
razors and clubs were brought Into Intoplay intoplay intoplay
play but finally order was restored and andthe andthe andthe
the outbreak was resumed today It Is Isfeared isfeared Isfeared
feared however that quiet has been beenrestored beenrestored beenrestored
restored only temporarily temporarilyFORMER temporarilyFORMER temporarilyFORMER
Washington March S 8George George E Green Greena
a former state senator of New York who wh whhas
has been on trial In the district supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court for more than two weeks on charges chargesof
of conspiracy to commit an offense offenseagainst offenseagainst offenseagainst
against the United States and to defraud defraudthe d dafraudthe > fraud fraudthe
the government fn n connection with the thesale thesale thesale
sale of time recording clocks to the post postoffice postoffice postoffice
office department was today acquitted by bya bya
a jury after four hours deliberation deliberationPERISHED deIfberationPERISHED deliberationPERISHED
+ Harrison Neb March 8 SThe SThebodies The 4 4bodies f
4 + bodies of Mrs Clinton Metz and andher andher + f
4 + her two children who were frozen frozento + t
+ to death in the recent blizzard bUzzardhave blizzardhave + f
+ have been found about half a mile cf cffrom c4from f ffrom
+ from the Metz ranch The chil children children + f
4 + dren became lost on the way home homefrom homefrom 4 +
+ from school and the mother be became became 4 +
4 + came lost while searching for forthem forthem 4 +
4 + them The bodies were found foundabout foundabout 4 +
4 + about two hundred yards apart apartII 4 +
+ 4 + M + + H + 4 U + ± 4titttt M H M + + t + H + 4 4 H + 4 H + + 4 U 1 + fit fitMcdern M 44Mcdern MModern
Mcdern Plumolng PlumolngAt
At moderate prices George G Doyle DoyloCo DoyleCo DoyleCo
Co 211 State street Phone 162 162REMOVED 162a 162REMOVED 162REMOVED
Washington March 8 SPresident SPresidentRoosevelt 8PresidentRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt has removed from office officeJohn officeJohn officeJohn
John D Oliphant Ollp ant register J A Trot Trotter Trotter Trotten ¬
ter receiver and C J Chapman clerk clerkof clerkof clerkof
of the land office at Mangum Okla Oklafor Oklafor Okiafor
for irregularities in the conduct of the thebusiness thebusiness thebusiness
business of the office Today he ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed George B Roberts to be reg register register register ¬
ister of the Mangum land office The Theappointment Theappointment Theappointment
appointment is only temporary tem > orary as the theMangum theMangum theMangum
Mangum office is to be discontinued jn jnApril jnApril inApril
April AprilI
By using the thescientific thescientific thescientific
scientific food foodTheres foodGrapeNuts foodGrapeNuts
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Wah W sh 1kricE Fabrics FabricsMarch I IMarch
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March is the opening month for wash goods and this announce announcement annCAlIlcement ¬
ment should interest you Get the first selection o of the newest newestgoods Dewcstgoods iiewestgoods
goods at the lowest prices pricesprices prices which we have made low ow and andknow andknow andknow
know they are low We are makng strides in the wash goods goodssection goodssect goodssection
section sect on by selling the latest styles at small profit The iollowing followingoffers iollowingoffers Iollowingoffers
offers should be taken advantage of this week weekNew weekNew weekNew
New corded chambrays one of the best fabrics produced d for the thecoming ilierde Thecoming
coming season This week e 12 1 Of Ofper It Itperyard
rde 72 72Hose C CRose
per peryard peryardRose yard
Rose of Lancaster Tissues TissuesOne One of the most popular fabrics on the themarket themarket thqmarket
market for ladies waists and childrens dresses All the pretrijy pretrijycolor prottycolor protycolor
color combination in plaid effects 171 171This 97 97This i i iThis
This week a yard 2 2LI 72C C CGood
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Good Service ServiceGood ServiceG ServiceGood
Good G od Company CompanyGood CompanyGood CompanyGood
Good Meals MealsThat I IThat
That is 18 the happy trinity that makes happy travel travelers treelem ¬
h ers on Rock Island through trains trainsThrough trainsThrough trimsThrough
Through Standard Sleeper daily Salfflake Sa1 Lake and andOgden andOgden andOgdem
Ogden to Chicago without change Arrives in OM OMcago 0Jrlcago Cliij
j cago in the morning We also run through tourist touristcars tourists touristcars
cars s to Chicago and St Louis and Chicago ChicagoSteamship OhicagoSteamship ChicagoSteamship
Steamship tickets on sale to all points in the thaold theold theold
old G GLet
f fLet SLet
Let us know where you want to go gowe we will do dothe dot dothe I
the rest restNothing restNothing
Nothing finer ner than the Rock Island Is Ucd Diner DinerBoth DinerI
Both phones phones245 245 245E J JE I
Salt Lake City Utah UtahN
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Four Miscreants Arrested Near Pas Passaic Passaic Passaic
saic for Attempting to o Wreck Wrecka
a Passenger Train TrainNew TrainNew TrainNew
+ New York March 8 SFour Four young youngmen youngmen +
4 + men who were arrested near Pas Passale Passaic Passaic +
+ saic N J today charged with withattempting withattempting + f fattempting
+ attempting to wreck an east eastbound eastbound + f
+ 4 bound Buffalo express ex Dress train on onthe 4 4f +
f the Delaware Lackawanna LackawannaWestern + 4Western
4 + Western railroad early this morn morning morning + f ff
+ f ing have confessed that this wastheIr was + 4 4their
+ their sixth attempt at train trainwrecking trainwrecking + f
4 + wrecking All of the attempts attemptsf attemptswere +
4 f were made in the vicinity of Pas Passaic +
4 saic They said the only reason reasonfor f 4for
4 + for the acts was a desire to see seethe +
4 4 the excitement which would re res 4 4suit
4 + suit suitf s t +
4 f The Buffalo train today escaped escapeda + 4a
4 + a disaster by an exceedingly excee ingly nar narnowmargin nannow + >
4 + now nowmargin margin It was running at a ahigh + f
4 4 high rate of speed when the en engineer + f
4 4 gineer saw the obstructions He Hemanaged 4 4managed 4
4 + managed to stop the train less lessthan 4
4 + than a car length from where a anumber 4 4 4number
+ number of ties and iron fishplates fishplateswere +
4 + were placed upon the track trackS trackDUBOIS + f fDUBOIS
t + + t t t t tDUBOIS
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWW3hington HeraldWashington
Washington March 8 8Senator Senator Dubois Duboishas Duboishas Duboishas
has won out in his fight In behalf of A AG AG AG
G Nettleton who was reappointed post postmaster postmaster postmaster ¬
master at Nampa and whose confirma confirmation confjrmatlon confirmation ¬
tion had been held up by Senator Hey Heyburn He Heburn Heyburn
burn and Representative French The Thepostofflce Thepostofflce Thepostoffice
postofflce committee today decided to re report reptlrt report ¬
port favorably upon the nomination and andit andIt andit
it will go to the senate for confirma confirmation confirmation confirmation ¬
tion Heyburn and French have with withdrawn withdrawn withdrawn ¬
drawn opposition and confirmation will willI willprobably willprobably
I probably follow In a few days daysEat daysEat daysEat
Eat your lunch at the Palm garden gardenat
at the Royal RoyalREADY RoyalREADY RoyalREADY
Dayton 0 March 8 SAll All the evi evidence evidence evidence ¬
dence In the case of Dr Oliver Haugh Haughcharged Haughcharged Haughcharged
charged with the murder of his parents parentsand parentsand parentsand
and his brother is in and the argu arguments arguments arguncnts ¬
ments probably will begin tomorrow tomorrowMrs tomorrowMrs tomorrowMrs
Mrs Delia Betters of Ludington Mich Michtestified Michtestified Michtestified
testified today that she had been mar married married marned ¬
ried to Dr Haugh in 190L A year lat later later later ¬
er she discovered that he had another anotherwife anotherwife anotherwife
wife and she left him himSTANDARD himSTANDARD himSTANDARD
STANDARD OIL MEN MENWashington MENWashington MENWashington
+ Washington March 8 BH H H Rog Rogers Rogens
ers and John D Archbold vice pres presH P president res resident
H ident of the Standard Oil company companywere companyI companywere
were in conference with President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt PresidentRoosevelt I
> Roosevelt at the White HoUse Ho se to tonight tonight tonight
I night Neither of them would dis discuss discuss f fcuss
cuss the nature of their call They Theyarrived Theyarrived Theyarrived +
arrived In Wnshlng Washington on early In the theevening theevening theevening +
evening and expect to leave here to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow +
morrow morrowEMBEZZLED morrowt + 4
444 t t + + 4 + t 4 4EMBEZZLED t t tIJ +
Casper Wyo March S 8Charles Charles M MBrothers MBrothers MBrothers
Brothers government disbursing agent agentfor agentfor agentfOr
for the Pathfinder reservoir project with withheadquarters withheadquarters withheadquarters
headquarters at Casper was arrested to today today today ¬
day on a charge of embezzling govern government government government ¬
ment funds to the amount of 5000 000
Three Missouri Convicts Who Will WillReceive WillReceive WillReceive
Receive Death Instead I of Liberty LibertyJefferson LibertyJefferson LibertyJefferson
Jefferson City Mo March 8 8Harry 8HarryVaughn 8HarryVaughn Harry HarryVaughn
Vaughn Charles Raymond and Ice Icebox Icebox Icebox ¬
box Ryan charged with the murder murderof
of Gateman John Clay in the attempt attempton
on November 24 last of several con convicts convicts convicts ¬
victs to escape from the state peni penitentiary penitEntiary penttcntiary ¬
tentiary here were this morning found foundguilty foundguilty foundguilty
guilty of murder In the first degree degreeThe degreeThe degreeTime
The attorneys for the three men im immediately immediately Immediately ¬
mediately filed a motion for a new newtrial newtrial newtrial
trial and arrest of judgment The court courtset court8et courtset
set next Saturday for a hearing on the themotion themotion themotion
motion and orderedthe ordered Ithe convicts to be bebrought bebrought bebrought
brought into court at that time to re receive receive recelve ¬
ceive sentence in case a new trial Is Isdenied isdenied isdenied
denied The convicts showed complete completeindifference completeindifference completeIndifference
indifference when the verdict was ren rendered rendered rondered ¬
dered deredUTAH deredUTAH deredUTAH
UTAH GETS 25000FOR 25000FOR 25000 25000FOR
Washington March 8 SThe The house housecommittee house housecommittee liousecommittee
committee on merchant marine and andfisheries andfisheries antifisheries
fisheries decided today to report fa favorably favorably favorably ¬
vorably an omnibus fish hatchery bill billIncluding biJIIncluding billincluding
Including all the proposed government governmenthatcheries governmenthatcheries governmenthatcheries
hatcheries agreed upon as presented presentedin
in separate bills and Involving an ag aggregate aggregate aggregate ¬
gregate cost of about 500000 500 o j ATbe The e bill billauthorizes billauthorizes billauthorizes
authorizes the secretary of commerce commerceand confmerce confmerceand c6mmercoand
and labor to select sites where the lo locatlon location location
cation is not designated and makes ap appropriations appropriations appropniations ¬
propriations as follows followsNevada followsNevada followsNevada
Nevada Wyoming New Mexico Ida Idaho Idaho Idaho ¬
ho Utah 25000 each eachEVILS eachEVILS eachEVILS
How This Trouble May Be Readily ReadilyCorrected ReadilyCorrected ReadilyCorrected
Corrected CorrectedYou CorrectedYou CorrectedYou
You are drowsy heavy loggy lack lackenergy lackenergyevery lackenergyevery
energy energyevery every exertion Is an effort effortyour effortour effortyour
your our head is not clear and it is I hard to tothink tothin tothink
think thin you have a full and oppressed oppressedfeeling oppressedfeeling oppressedfeeling
feeling In your stomach and bowels bowelsall bowelsall bowelsall
all your limbs and body ache achein in fact factlife factlife factlife
life seems hardly worth living under undersuch undersuch undersuch
such conditions Ask yourself Do Doyour Doyour Doyour
your bowels move regularly If you youfeel youfeel youfeel
feel as above your answer will ill be NO IINOthat NOthat NOthat
that Is the cause of your troubles If Ifnot Ifnot Ifnot
not property corrected this condition conditionwill conditionwill conditionwill
will lead to much more serious dis disorders disorders disorders ¬
orders of the blood and body due to the thepoisons thepoisons thepoisons
poisons in the waste matter which whichshould whichshould whichshould
should be promptly carried off And it itseems itseems Itseems
seems so foolish to suffer when Nature Naturehas Naturehas Naturehas
has provided her own wholesome and andcertain andcertain andcertain
certain remedy in the pure Mineral MineralLaxative MineralLaxative MineralLaxative
from the famous Springs in Hungary HungaryHalf HungaryHalf HungaryHalf
Half a tumblerful of this wonderful wa water water water ¬
ter drunk on arising in the morning morningslightly morningslightly morningslightly
slightly warmed for best results will willgive willgive wilLgive
give you within an hour a delightfully delightfullypleasant dellghttulhpleasant dellghthillypleasant
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