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H THE FAMILY COW.
'Drlndle" Asks for Little In Return
H for All She Gives.
H Many who llvo on small country
H places arc deterred from keeping n
H row by tliu mlstnken Idea Hint hIio re-
H qiilreB too iniicli room or euro. Brlndlo
needs no moro spneo for her comfort,
H and leas of your time, than even tlio
H small poultry yard. It Ih moro lmpor-
H tnnt that tlio family Bhould ho supplied
H with clean, pure, whnlcHomo milk thnn
H any other nrtlclo of food.
H All that Is necessary Ih a dry, well-
H lighted stnll. live or six foot wide and
H n few feet longer thnn the animal. A
Breakfast at the Usual Hour.
H tight manger and a Riittor -to rccolvo
H tho dropjilngn aro essential. Thon by
H all means fasten her with a chain tto
H or swinging stanchion, that sho may
H liavo fceedoni to iiso her all-cleansing
H tongue. Plenty of clean bedding
H shavings aro hefat plenty ot absorb-
H cnts In tho gutter, with somo slaked
H llmo occasionally as a deodorizer, com-
H plcto tho sanitary furnishings.
H 1 1 For grounds, a cow needs but a
H f ' i small yard for cxerclso. Keep It filled
H with tho leaves and raktngs from tho
H lawn to .provent It from becoming
H ' muddy. These mako good mulching
H Grazing Is best In summer, It It can
H bo had, and green crops cut and fed
H aro a good substitute. Oats and Mold
peas, planted to sccuro n succession,
H will sorvo tho purposo. There aro nl-
H ways roadsides and odd corners that
H i a cow can grnzo down, and tho lawn
V may bo sparingly utilized. When tho
pasturago begins to fall, tho grain rn-
H" ' tlon must bo started to maintain n full
milk flow. '
Feed what you enn produco or buy
to boBt advantage In your markot.
H Simply Btntod, tho balanced ration
means tho proper ratio between tho
fat-forming nnd bono-nnd-musclo-mnk-
H J log clomentu ot tho feed stuffs. Tho
i amount nnd proportion ot grains nnd
I roughngo depend on tho cow, nnd
H must bo determined by exporlcnco.
H Tho winter feed should consist of
B about ton or 15 pounds of mixed grain
H and 20 to 30 pounds ot bay and rough-
H ago. Mixed timothy nnd clover hay
is better for cows than clear timothy.
H Alfalfa hay Is bettor than cither, as it
furnishes more of tho musclo-formlng
elements so hard to got In tho winter
Benson. Hoots aro lino to supplement
tho dry wlntor feed.
H Grooming is necessary not so much
H for tho cow's welfare ns for tho' good
H of tho milk. Tho nmount of dirt that
will find Its way from tho ungroomed
H c-iw's body to tho milk pall Is simply
astonishing. A vigorous uso of tho
H curry comb nnd brush each morning,
followed by n wet sponge or damp
H cloth before milking, will effectually
H provent tho dirty sediment so often
H found in tho bottom of tho milk
H pitcher. Grooming Is doubly necessary
H In wlntor, whon tho cow Is stnblcd.
H Corn Cob Meal Good.
H A dairyman who has long fed corn
H and cob menl to his cows, says ho has
found it ono of his best feeds, but it Is
H better to add ground oats also. This
H feed, he says, with corn sllago and
H somo clover hay koops tho flow ot
H milk and Its fat to tho standard ot
H Bummer blue grass pasture. Ho urges
H his neighbors to try his plan and says
H his feed mill is ono of his best invest
H incnts, thinking that grinding tho car
H corn, cob nnd all, adds much to Its
H value in feeding. Ilo keeps as mnny
H pigs as posslblo to feed his skim milk
H to fresh from his separator.
1 Cream Separators.
H Somo separators aro moro offcctlvo
H than othors in removing Impurities,
H so it is well for tho Intending pur-
chaser to test a separator thoroughly
beforo buying, taking into account tho
amount of sllmo accumulation as well
H us tho clonnnosB ot skimming. Aftor
H all that has been said about tho com-
H position of separator sllmo, It ought
H not to bo necessary to urgo tho neces-
H slty of washing tho machine after
H every run, but In our best dairy sec
H tlons thoro aro still many farmers who
B consider oho washing uulllclont for
H ' ,two runB on tho same day.
HAD WRECK Oil RAIIROAD
CAUSED IY WINDSTORM
Entire Train Is Dlown From the
Track, Near Layton, Utah, Thirty
Cars Being Piled Up In a Heap.
Snlt I.ako City. Whllo the storm
was nt Its height Snturdny night a
freight train on the Oregon Short
Mno rnllwny, when between Wood's
Cross and I.nytiin, wns blown from tho
Ho grent was the velocity of tho
wind between the two points named
that the entlro tinln, with tho excep
tion of tho engine nnd tender, was
blown from tho rails. Thirty cars,
which tho cnglno wns pulling at tho
tlmo tho train was struck by tho full
force of tho wind, wero idled in n
heap beside tho tracks.
INJURED DURING STORM.
Windstorm In Salt Lake Causes Much
Damage and Three Men Are Hurt.
Snlt Iiko City. Throe men wcr6
seriously hurt, thousands of dollars
dnmngo was dono to property, strce
cars were stopped, telegrnphlc com
munlcntlon was shut off nnd tho elec
tric lights of tho city extinguished by
a windstorm that visited this city bo
tween 9 and 11 o'clock Saturday night.
Cnptnln William G. Cnhoon nnd Dri
ver Fred Gulhranson of tho llro de
partment nro at tho Salt Lake hospi
tal, seriously Injured, noth wero bad
ly crushed by a trco falling across
them as they wero on a run to a llro
Homer Jay, an electrician In tho
omploy of tho Snlt Lnko Klectrlcnl
company, received n Hovoro shock
whllo repairing a sign during tho early
part of tho ovenmg.
PACKING PLANT DESTROYED.
Fire Starts at Midnight, Causing a
Loss of $100,000.
Suit Lnlto City. Tho now plant ol
tho Utah Packing company near tho
stockyards Is In ruins. It took fire
at midnight Snturday, and two hours
later was in ruins. Tho building cost
1100,000, nnd wns prnctlcnlly ready
for occupancy. During tho past few
days tho plant hns ben rocelvlng o
thorough testing nnd It was expected
to ho put Into operation soon.
Tho flro Btnrtcd In tho Bouth end
of tho building. Its origin Is unknown
nnd no reason can bo suggested, at
tho placo waB entirely awny from all
tho machinery. From this placo the
flro worked Its way Into tho lnrd
hotiBO and from tho lnrd houso Intc
tho part of tho building containing
MISSING MINER FOUND.
Man Believed to be Dead Turnc Up
Snlt Lnko City. 13. H. Leo, formerly
n prospoctor for tho National Develop
ment compnny, who wns lost whllo
prospecting in Novnda last spring, hns
beon located in llakorsflcld, Cal. Leo
loft Salt IJiko on April 23, nnd two
letters wero rocolved from him from
Callonto, Nov., dated April 25. Noth
ing moro wob heard from him nnd he
was finally given up for dead.
Leo writes from Uakcrsllold that bo
fore ho left Callcnto ho had been sick
nnd fovorlsh, but that ho had gono on,
purchasing somo burros nnd supplies
and stnrted for Las Vegns. That wns
tho last ho romombered until ho founo
himself In n hospital at Los Angeles
Ho hnd been taken with typold fo
ver and lost his reason, wandering
for days alono on tho desert. Finally
ho wns found by nn old friend who
wns prospoctlng In tho Johnnlo nnd
indlnn Wells country.
CAME HOME DRUNK.
Oklahoma Farmer Kills His Famll
and Commits Suicide.
Guthrie, Okln. A speclnl to tho
Stato Capital from Gago, Okln., says
thut O. 11. Hoyworth, a well-to-do far
mor living soventeen miles north oi
that placo, on Sunday morning shol
nnd killed his wife, two daughters
aged 22 and 18, and n son, ngod 20
Ho thon turned tho weapon on him
self, Inflicting n mortal wound. Famll
troubles was responsible for tho tnig-ody.
Conference at Executive Manalon.
Washington. An important confer
ence was held at tho Whlto House
Saturday, thoso present being the
prosldont, Secretaries Hoot and Tnft,
and Justices Day, Whlto nnd Harlan
of tho United States Bupromo court
Tho purposo ot tlio conforonce Is nol
known, but tho suggestion Is made
that It may have had somo connection
with tho selection of n successor tc
Justice Drown, who has retired.
Gigantic Packing House Combine.
Chicago. The Kvenlng Post prints
n story to tho effect that a gigantic
combination of packing Industries In
this country Is undor way. No per
6on connected In nn official capacity
with any of tho largo Chicago pack
ing houses could bo found who would
co nil rm tho etory. Tho Btory printed
in tho Post Is to tho effect that the
combination Is to have nn aggregate
capital of $500,000,000, and to bo con
trolled from Knglund, where tho ma
jority of tho monoy Is to come from.
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! STATEOF UTAH
Damage Amounts to Tens of
Thousands of Dollars in
Salt Lake City
William Glbbs Was Killed at-Ogden
While Trying to Save His Barn,
and J. H. Sorenson Was Killed
at Murray Several Salt
Lakers Are Injured.
Salt Lnko City. Damago which will
run Into the thousands of dollars, but
which cannot now bo nccuratcly esti
mated, was caused by a windstorm of
unprecedented fury and duration
which ewept over tho city and county
from beforo midnight Snturday night
nnd continued until Itondny morning.
For mnny hours Salt Lako was almost
entirely cut off from communication
with tho outer world, with tho excep
tion of Park City, Bingham nnd Provo.
As a result of tho destruction of
tolegraph lines, railroads wero unablo
to run their trains, with tho exception
of tho Salt Lnko Houto nnd tho Wo
Tho wind reached a maximum ve
locity of sixty miles nn hour, and for
periods of many mluutcB maintained
n velocity of- llfty-two miles nn hour,
nccordlng to tho reglstrntlon nt tho
local branch of the weather bureau.
J. H. Sorenson wns killed at Mur
ray nnd William Glbbs was killed at
Ogden whllo endeavoring to savo Ills
ham, being struck by n flying plnnlc.
A number of men nnd women, Includ
ing two, firemen, were seriously In
Somo Idea ns to tho velocity of the
wind may bo gnlned when It Is stntcd
tliat a trnln of freight enrs on tht
Short Lino near Knysvlllc, and anoth
er on tho Bamberger rond were blown
from tho track and Into tho ditch.
Plato glass windows wero shattered
and houses were unroofed all over the
Ogden suffered damago to tho ex
tent of more than $100,000.
At Lagoon, in Davis county, tho
damngo wns moro thnn $10,000. Tho
wind was particularly sovoro In Da
vis county, and tho damngo will bo
Four men wero Injured In Salt Lnko
City during tho progress of tho" storm,
two seriously. That a great number
of persons wero not killed seems nl
most n miracle, as tho falling trees
swept hundreds of llvo wires across
tho streets nnd sldewnlks, Imperiling
HORROR GROWS EACH DAY.
News of Fearful Devastation of San
Salvador Slowly Coming In.
Snn Salvador, Ropubllc of Salvador.
Telegraphic communlcntlon with In
terior points hns beon restored and
nows of tho disaster wrought by tho
terrific storm which hns swept ovei
tho country Is being rocolved. Over
100 persons hnvo been drowned In
Contopcquc. A vast quantity of sul
phur water was thrown out of tho
Chulo volcano and Inundntcd tho town
of Panchlnnco, killing most of the in
habitants. From other points also
roports of terrific devastation aro com
Plmlcnto nnd other towns nro re
ported to hnvo been swopt away by
tho Hoods. Tho schooner Azolono
with n number of passongors on board
has beon lost between Corlnton, Nic
aragua, and Amnlapa, Honduras.
Kvorybody on board was drowned.
Tho Hoods havo dlslntorrcd a number
of corpses from cemeteries nnd nro
carrying them down tho streams. It
1b reported that tho railroads In Hon
duras havo suffered serious damage.
Wire Damage Was General.
Salt Lako City. Tho damago by
tho storm to overhead wlro systoms,
Including tolophono, tolegraph nnd
powor transmission lines, was gen
eral. All public servlco companies
oporntlng In and around tho city wore
sorlously handlcaped For a tlmo Sat
urday night tho city wns completely
shut off from communication with tlu
north nnd west. Communication with
Park City, lllngham and Provo was
maintained nt all tlmos. tho forco or
tho storm being northward from tho
Possible Changes In Cabinet.
London. According to tho morning
Post, tho close of tho autumn or tho
tho beginning of tho noxt session of
parliament is likely to seo Important
chnnges In tho cabinet. Sir Henry
Campholl-llnnnorninn, tho premier,
probably 111 bo raised to tho peorago
and will lend the Uborals In tho houso
of lords, remaining, howovor, as pre
mlor. This would enublo tho nged
Mnrquls of Klpon to rotlro as liberal
leader In tho lords nnd II. II. Asqulth
will becomo liberal lcador In the house
Praise for Root and Taft.
Now Haven, Conn. Pralso for Sec
retaries Taft and Hoot as men who
wero doing Christ's work in tho world,
formed a part of a sormon by Hov.
Dr. Lyman Abott of Now York beforo
the Yalo students at lUittoll chapel on
Sunday. Dr. Abbott did not mention
tho nnmo of olthor but refqrrod to ono
who had gono "to Cuba and brought
ordor out of chaos,'' and to-tho other
ns ono who hnd Just mado a Journey
through South Amorlch. harmonizing
tho north with tho south."
HUNDREDS OF LIVES LOST
RESULT OF RECENT STORM
VIctlmB Were Poor Cubans, One
American Soldier Being Fatally
Injured Property Loss Will
Be Over $2,000,000.
Havana. Tho cyclono which began
hero Wednesday tnftcrnoon reached Its
full fury on Thursdny morning. Tho
greatest dnmngo occurred In tho har
bor nnd nlong the docks. A number
of smaller crnft nnd lighters were
sunk nnd some business houses were
The total number of deaths wns
twenty, nil Cubans of the poorer class.
There nro n number of bailors among
tho dead. Several score of longshore
men nnd sailors wero Injured.
Tho torrentlnl downpour of rain
completely stopped the street car
service and tho wind nnd rain made It
next to Impossible to got about on tho
streets, Trees in tho parks audnlons
tho shaded avenues were blown down
In large numbers. Tho cyclono was
confined to tho provlnco of Havana
nnd Plnnr Del Hlo. Mntanzas City
escaped. All telegraphic communica
tion was annihilated. Friday the
wind moderated greatly, and tho city
Is fast resuming Its tiormnl appear
ance. Mnny fanners hnvo lost their nil and
nro In grent distress.
General IJell hns reported to tho
wnr department that two men of tho
Twenty-eighth Infantry wero Injurod,
ono fatally, by tho hurrlcano; thnt
ocean-going shipping Is In satisfactory
condition, but that many lighters
broko adrift nnd severnl sank.
SCORES GO DOWN TO DEATH.
From Florida Coast Comes Harrowing
Stories of Recent Cyclone.
Miami, Fla. Tho steamer St. Lucie,
Captnln Qrnvo commanding, has sunk
off the Florida coast. Ono of tho ex
tension steamers nrrlved In port Fri
day, bringing sixty Injured, who wero
taken to tho hospital, and twenty
eight dead bodies were brought up. It
Is believed now that a part of tho
Florida Fish & Produco company's
licet was destroyed.
Captain Ilrnvo says that ho an
chored on tho lee sldo of tho Elliott
Key, twenty-five miles south of Miami,
and soon nftcrwnrd n tidal wave en
gulfed tho Island. Ho says thero wero
250 residents on tho Island, nil of
whom wero lost. Tho St. Lucie wns
crushed by tho Bamo wave, and of tho
100 pnssengcrs on board twenty-flvo
wero killed. Captain .Dravo wns seri
A barge containing 100 peoplo Is
said to havo been torn nwny from its
moorings at Elliott Key nnd after
wards picked up near tho llahnmn is
lands, fifty of her passengers having
DEATH AND DESTRUCTION.
Tempest Raged for Ten Days In Re
public of Salvador.
Snn Snlvndor. A tempest has raged
Incessnntly for ten days throughout
tho republic, flooding tho rich vnlloys,
principally that of Majada, and result
ing in groat loss of llfo nnd tho de
struction of cnttlo and crops.
Tho Snn Salvadorean mnn-of-wnr
Klzalco wns lost nt Acjutln. Tho to
pography of various departments has
been changed, buildings have fallon,
burying their tenants In tho ruins, and
tho Iron brldgos over tho principal riv
ers hnvo been carrlod nwny.
Tho rivers nro bringing down tho
bodies of persons drowned In tho
storm nnd tho carcasses of cattle, and
tho sight of thoso tends to lucreaso
tho terror of tho people.
Guntcmnla and Honduras also havo
suffered soveroly. It Is said tho losses
thero will amount to many millions of
FRENCH CABINET RESIGNS.
Premier Sarrlen Obliged to Quit on
Account of Health.
Paris. At tho cabinet Friday morn
ing Premlor Sarrlen olllclally informed
his colleagues that ho has transmitted
his resignation to Prosldont Fnllleres,
whereupon tho ministers resigned In
n body. President Fnllleres will re
turn to Paris. Tho selection of II.
Clomcncenu to form n now cnblnot Is
looked upon as n foregone conclusion.
BANKERS' CONVENTION ENDED.
Formulation of Currency Reform Plan
Left to Committee.
St. Lonls. Tho Amerlcnn Hankers'
association adjourned on Friday. Tho
convention adopted a resolution to re
fer tho consideration nnd formulation
of n currency reform plan to n com
mltteo to bo nppolntod by tho execu
tive council, which shall confer with
tho Now York chnmbcr of commerco
committee and submit n plan for en
actment Into Jnw by congress.
Afflicted With Leprosy.
Clarksburg, W. Va. Gcorgo Rnshld,
tlio Syrian leper, who several months
ngo was driven from various cities in
the cast because ot his affliction, dlod
in a shanty nt Pickens, near here, on
Friday. Heart falluro was tho cause
of his death. Tho body will bo cre
mated by tho county authorities. Tho
leper has, been located In a shanty
built especially for him nfter his re
moval to that placo by tho llnltlmoro
& Ohio Hnllrond company a few
... . . .
" STORM RACING
ON THE GULF,
Hurricane Sweeps .fronf. Cuba
to Florida Coast. Doing
At the Town of Miami Fully One Hun
dred Houses Were, Blown Down
and the Town Is In a Demor
St. Augustine, Fin. Frcquont mes
sages havo boon received at tho wlro
less station hero giving tho progress
of a severe hurrlcano which swept
from Cubn to tho lower cast coast of
Florida on Thursday.
Early Thursday morning tho storm
was reported in tho vicinity of Hav
ana, doing great damago thoro, but
dotnlls are lacking. Later tho storm
reached Key West, blowing down
houses and trees, being particularly
severe along tho water front. As tho
day wore on the storm reached Jupi
ter, whoro, It Is said, tho wind blew
sovonty-flvo miles an hour.
Trains In from Miami bring tho
nows of terrible destruction by the
Fully 100 houses wore blown down
and tho city Is in a demoralized con
dition. Tho handsorao churches of
tho Eplscopnl and Methodist denom
inations wore both blown down. Tho
concreto Jail Is leaning with danger
of turning over and the prisoners had
to bo removed. Tho car sheds are
down and the top was blown off the
Ponlnsula & Occidental steamer
sheds. Ono two-story brick building
VARDAMAN AGAINST THE NEGRO
Mississippi Governor Advocates Re
peal of Fifteenth Amendment.
Chicago. Announcement of a care
fully planned campaign to securo tho
ropenl of tho fifteenth amendment of
tho constitution of tho United States,
that which gives tho negro equality
with tho whlto man as a cttlzon, was
made by Govornor James K. Varda
man of Mississippi, who was in Chi
cago Thursday attending tho Railway
Govornor Vnrdaman, who is seeking
election to tho United States senate,
declared that If ho won a membership
in the upper houso ot congress ho
would mako his fight on tho floor of
that body, believing that ho had tho
support of tho entlro south.
Ho insisted that a crisis in tho rela
tion of tho races in the southern
states was nt hand, and that tho prob
lem of whlto supremacy or black
domination should bo sottlod at once.
NEBOGATOFF NOT TO BLAME.
8hlps Were In Sinking Condition
When He Surrendered.
St. Petersburg. The preliminary
investigation Into tho surrendor by
Rear Admiral Nebogatoff of his
squadron at tho battlo ot tho Sea of
Japan is said to bo decidedly favor
ablo to tho admiral. Tho lattor, In
tho ofllclnl protocol prepared for his
approaching trial by courtmartlal,
cmphnslzcs tho hopelessly disabled
condition of his two principal ships,
tho lack of ammunition and tho ex
haustion ot tho crows 'at tho tlmo of
tho surrender. Tho battleship Orel,
Instead of being nlmost uninjured, as
Btntod shortly aftor tho battlo, was
so dnmnged May 27, 1905, tVnt hijr
commander asked Admiral Rojestven
sky for permission to destroy hor.
Sho wns on tho point of sinking tho
noxt morning. Tho bnttleshlp Nich
olas I of tho Bamo squadron also was
leaking, ono of hor twclvo-lnch guns
wns disabled and hor boats woro shot
MANIAC AT LARGE.
Dangerous Lunatic, Whose Vagaries
Made Him Notorious.
Los Angolcs. Luclan W. Perkins,
who acquired notoriety in this vicin
ity two years ago on account of his
Bonsational persecution of Miss Cora
Otton ot Pasadena, daughtor of a
wealthy Chicago manufacturer., nnd
who was finally adjudged Insane and
sont to tho asylum at Highlands, es
caped from that Institution Thursdny
nnd Is now at largo. Ho Is considered
Hall Cost Ten Millions.
Now York, Tho Hall of Records,
tho city's $10,000,000 offlco palace,
Just six yoars bohlnd tho promised
dnto of completion, Is at last ready
for occupancy. Three county nnd
city dopnrtments on Thursday moved
their books and records Into tho
building, and tho hugo mass ot stono,
Bteel nnd bronzo nt Chambers and
Confer streets, furnished at a cost of
nonrly $3,000,000, bocamo tho head
quarters of county nnd municipal officials.
Automobile Went Over Embankment.
Waltham, Mnss. Hy tho overturn
ing of an nutomqbllo at tho foot of a
long hill between Maylnnd nnd Sud
bury Centor, Mrs. Fred N. Dillon of
Fltchburg was killed and Mrs. Georgo
P. Grant, Jr., also of Fltchburg, sus
talnnd n fracture of two ribs and oth
er injuries. Geqrgo P. Grant, Jr., who
was operating tho machlno, escaped
practically unhnrmed. Grant Is pres
ident of tho Grant Yard company, of
Fltchburg, nnd. was tuklug his Jwlfo
and Mrs. Dillon to Boston to attond u
theatre. , ,-
WIFE SERVED FOR DINNER I
BY BRUTAL KING OF ANHAM I
, r vSi - I'tt-"-? I
Revolting Story Comes From French. I
, Possession In, Indo-Chlna, Which I
Is Ruled by Human 'Monster. I
Marseilles, Franco. The mall ad- I
vices which reached here Wednesday H
from Indo-Chlna brought another and A, I
more revolting story ot the doings ot ' I
King Thanh-Thai of Annam, showing 9
.that he went to the extent of cannl- I
ballsm. After killing one of his wives H
he caused tho body to be cooked and I
served for dinner, forcing his entdur- I
age to cat 'lt under pain of death.
Somo of the king's wivos were bound H
and burned with oil nnd subjected to H
other cruelty, while naked womon H
were thrown into tho cages with the I
beasts, where they were devoured be- I
foro tho eyes ot the king. Finally '
the French authorities stepped in and' H
mndo a prisoner of Thanh-Thai, who I
has been adjudged insano by Dr. I
Dumas of the French colonial staff. I
"Tho royal guard" has beon dls- 1
banded, tho palaco has been placed
undor tho protection of ICO native sol
diers and tho terror-stricken inmates
ot the palaco havo been rescued from
further suffering. Tho mnjorlty of
tho latter wero women, who bore tho
marks of rovoltlng tortures. Somo
of them were terribly mutilated, their
faces bolng slashed and their tongues
cut out, whllo others hnd been sus
pended by pincers attached to the
fleshy parts ot their legs to increase
GETTING DOWN TO BU3INES3.
Mining Congress Urges Creation of a
Department of Mines and Mining.
Denver. Discussion of a bill to be
Introduced in tho legislatures of all
mining states, which provides for tho
creation of mine dralnago districts,
occupied the opening session of tho
American Mining congress la this city
Before tho congress was called to
order tho committee on resolutions
met nnd received u number of reso
lutions. Tho only one reported to
the congress was presonted by Gov- I
ernor Pardco of California, and pro- I
Tides for tho establishment by the ,
goneral government ot a now depart
ment to be known ns tho department
ot mines and mining, the head of
which shall bo a membor of tho cab
inet A resolution wns adopted favoring
tho enactment of a law by cougross
along tho lines suggostcd by Gover
nor Pardee of California, to prevent
Tho discussion of the district drain- f
ago bill continued ,nt night, and the '
bill was unanimously endorsed.
DR. BROUWER ACQUITTED.
Man Accused of Wlfo Murder Turned 8
Loose After Jury Trial. Q
Toms River, N. J. After a trial
lasting about ten days, Dr. Frank L. 1
Brouwer, Indicted for the murder of 1
his wlfo by poison, wns acquitted on I
Wednesday. The court room was
crowded whon the verdict was re
turned. Men and women cheered and
applauded In splto of tho rapping for
order, and the court ofneers had dif
ficulty In suppressing the nolso. As
tho doctor turned from tho Jurymen,
men, women and children pressed
nbout tho acquitted man, who Anally
backed up to a wall of tho court room
and grasped each exteudod hand a
tho crowd, shouting Its congratula
tions, filed past him. A 14-yoar-oId
girl paused In the lino long enough
to kiss him. There wero similar
Bcenes In tho streets.
Authorities Doubt That 8uiclde Com- i
pact Was Made.
Smlthvllle, Mo. Jesse L. Webb, a A
young St. Joseph merchant, was on
Wednesday arrested here, charged
with killing his 19-year-old brldo of a
wook at this place on Oct 11. At tho
tlmo of the shooting Webb assorted
that ho and his wife had enterod Into
a suicide pact, because he was incur
ably 111 with tuberculosis, and that
Bhe shot him and then killed herself.
At first It was belloved that Webb was
mortally wounded, but now It is said
ho will recover.
Girl Beaten and Robbed.
Oakland. Miss E. Rogers, residing '
at 2124 Clemen: avenue, Alameda,
was brutnlly attacked by a maskod
footpad near her home shortly aftor
7 o'clock Wcdnosdny evening. The
highwayman struck her several times, i
knocking her to the sldewnlk; thon
snatched her purse nnd made away In j
tho darkness. Miss Rogers hnd
alighted from a Southern Pacific local
and had walkod eight blocks toward
hor home, when the thug stopped
from behind u tree.
Corbett and McGovern Fight a Draw.
Pbllndolphla.--Terry McGovorn und I
Young Corholt fought n hard six
round bout at tho National Athlotio
club hoie, When tho gang announcod
tho clone of tho battle there was little
to choose between tho fighters. The
light was one of the bloodiest over,
witnessed In this city. When tho men
nppenrcd In th ring lIcabvofiT "'
looked to-bo in the pink of condtion.tf
but Corbett,. whllo IieIoakodiwellJ'
about tho faco, was seven iabhtp tS.
Urge m girth. j, J fjf.