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L1 EATHER FORECAST
Reproduced in the btn THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE
WEATHER WILL BE FAIR TONIGHT
Morning Papers
t NIGHT AND TOMORROW
Fortieth YearNo 16
16P ce Five Cents OGDEN CI TYtUTAII WEDNESDAY EVENING JANUARY 19 J9JO Entered ao Second Clacs Matter at the Poatofflcc Ogden Utah
II DOZEN LIVES LOST IN TUE BURNING
Of A BUILDING IN PHILADELPHIA
Stairway Blocked With a Solid Mass of
Fighting Men Women and Children
as <
Flames Approached = Number Unknown
Philadelphia Jnn 11A dozen per
sons mostly young women arc be
lieved to havo lost their lives in a
fire that today destroyed a sixstory
factory building In tho produce mar
ket section of the city About twenty
men and girls are In hospitals suf
fering from burns and Injuries re
ceived in jumping from Alndows
About 100 men women and hlldren
were employed by various small firms
In the building The interior was de
stroyed and tho number of dead will
not be known untll tho firemen com
plete their search of the ruins
Tho people on the first and secono
floors and most of those on the third
floor escaped but those in the upper
part of tho building wore blocked at
the third floor which was a mass ol
flames I
The stairway wan filled with a solid I
mass of people fighting for safety
Some got through others fell uncon
scious on the stairs and others rush
ed to the windows and leaped out
Ono woman Clara Swartz died on
the way to a hospital
MRS STETSON LOSES IN
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CONTEST 1
i
Now York York Jan 19Mrs Au I
gust B Stotaone friends have lost
their fight to keep control of the First I
1 Church of Christ Scientist board of i
trustees The result of a prolonged
session of tho congregation hut night j
followed by balloting was announced
today tho candidates of the party op I
jioeed to the former first reader hav
ing been elected by a vote of 733 to I
182Thd
Thd antiStetson ticket bore tho
legend
Loyalty to mother church demo
cratic government rotation In ofllce
The policies of tho trustees elected i
on it will It Is declared ho framed I
In cordial sympathy with the wishes
oftlie1cadprnof tho ClwrinJ3la
NCOT ton S
NOT RIGT
Chief of Weather Bu
reau Attacks Many
j Theories
Washington Jan 19Ther IB no
relation between the denudation of
forests and the precipitation of rains
or Hoods or drought Thus does Wll
11s L Moore chief
of the weather i
bureau attack a fundamental theory I
of Gifford Plnchot former chief for I
ester In a report now In the hands I
of the house committee on agrlcul
lure j
Mr Moore says that the run of our j
rivers Is not materially affected by I
any other factor than the preclplla
tlon except that the forest by facili I
tating evaporation and entirely re i
ntralulng small or moderate rainfalls
during dry weather may slightly In j
tensify low water conditions I
Further he says that the high I
waters arc not lower than formerly i
I nor floods of greater frequency and
longer duration than formerly
t Precipitation controls forestrallon
Mr Moore declares but forefltratlon
has little or no effect upon precipi
tation
As 10 erosion be assorts that Its
dlpastroua effects however produced
appear to havo been exaggerated nnu
erosion IB not always an unmixed evil i
t BERAlS I
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t i AVE WON
Churchill Claims that
the Government Will
Have Majority
London Jan 19The feature of to
days known returns In the general
f elections for members of parliament
was the election of William OBrien
Independent Nationalist for Cory
city at the head of tho poll Aug
uotlnp Rwh Natlonallot for the stone
district was also reflected Tho not
result Is the winning of one neat for
the antiRpdmonds
Todays returns are from Ireland
and show tin choico of 12 Nationalists
nod one Unionist all unopposed
The state of the parties this af
ternoon wets
Government coalition Liberals and
Laborites 118 Irish Nationalists 12r
I Opplsltloii Unionists 121
r Winston Spencer Churchill ad
dressing a meeting at Dundee today
i1
J q i
I claimed it was clear that a Liberal
government would bo returned to
I power with a majority greater than
Gladstone or Salisbury hud enjoyed in
their palmiest days Ho believed tho
elections would seal the fate of tar
iff reform for many years
BURN NG Of
THE PALAtE
Parliament Building in
Constantinople Is
Destroyed
I
Constantinople Jan 19The pal
ace of Cheragan where parliament
sits was practically destroyed by fire I
of accidental origin today The I
The chamber of deputies was burned
out and the senate hall was so badly
damaged that It cannot be occupied
again
The palace of Cheragan was built
by Sultan Abdul Azlr an was tho fin
est of the palaces on the Bosphorus
It was constructed of marblo and the
Interior was remarkable for tho
beauty of the sculptured ornament
In marble and wood
For many years It was the home
of the deposed Sultan Murad V and
inaccessible to visitors It was oc
cupied by parliament when the body
WitH formed a little more than a year
ago
WORLDS MARKETS
STOCKS CARRIED DOWN
BY HEAVY LIQUIDATION
New York Jan I9Thc opening
rebound In prices of stocks today was
quite violent especially In those
stocks which were most depressed yes
terday Louisville Nashville was
run up 2 14 Northern Pacific 1 34
Southern Pacific 1 12 Great Northern
preferred Rock Island and Amal
gamated Copper 1 and SL Paul Read
ing Western Maryland and American
Smelting large fractions I
There was a sprinkling of declines
which ran to large fractions Great
Northern preferred and Northern Pa
cific lost their gains immediately after
the opening
The pressure against the Hill stocks
was abandoned for a time and they I
got back to their high figures Later
wholesale liquidation In the Intcrbor
ough Metropolitan stocks which cost
the common 212 and the preferred
5 34 caused a general reaction which
ran to a point In many prominent j
stocks Chicago Groat Western I
Western Maryland corllflcaters and
Pullman declined 1 I
A lively selling movement carried
prices below yesterdays level through I
out the list Heavyliquidation in the
i
Jnterborough Metropolitan stocks and 1
violent declines In Hocking Coal on
Bales of small lots wero weakening
factors Hocking Coal tumbled 27 11
Interborough Metropolitan 312 the
preferred 5 Soo Line 4 12 and Read
ing Chesapeake Ohio Republic
Steel and United States Rubber 1
Bonds were irregular
Subsequently on running Bales tho
price of Columbus Hocking Coal
6 Iron company fell to 37 a decline
of 50 11 points The price tumbled
as much as 5 points between sales I
and fluctuated with great violence
There was no news regarding tho
property to account for the movement
In price which was supposed tobo t
tho consequonco of the activities of i
a stock market pool
j
From 21 31 In February of last I
year tho price has been carried up
to 92 12 since the first of January
of this year
Bearish traders who had the temer
ity to sell the stock short were se
verely punished and the stock showed I
I every evidence of being entirely con
trolled by tho pool
The assumption was promptly
drawn that a rupture had occurred In
the pool and Its holdings wore thrown
Into the market for what thoy would
bring H was reported on the floor of I
the exchange that tic failure of Lath I
rop Ilatvklns Company had boon
caused by the sharp decline in that
stock AVhtlo the decline was In pro
gress tho general list was very weak
Prices broke all around in sympathy
with the collapse in Hocking ConJ
which reached 53 14 points The av
erage losses In tho list ran to between
1 and 2 points and In Interborough
Metropolitan amounted to 3 5S the
preferred falling 5 iS points
I The selling had exhausted Itself In
the course of less than an hour and a
violent rally ensued with a trash of
aborts to cover The losses In the
general list were entirely wiped out
by this rebound In some ot the prin
cipal specialties
i
J Chicago Llveotock
Chicago Jan 19 Cattle Receipts
estimated at 200 < JO market steady I
ii i 1
w
I
beeves 115a7G5 Texas steers 3
S5a4 80 western steers 100aGOO
stocekrs and feeders 5290a510 cows
and heifers 200a610 calves 750a
I 975Hogs
Hogs rRccclpts estimated at 45000
market 5alOc lower light S30aS
GO mixed 836a8SO heavy 310ft1
880 rought 8OaS55 good to
choice heavy S55aSSO pigs 720a
S25 bulk of sales SGOnS70
Sheep Receipts estimated at 20
000 market weak native 400aG 00
I western 100aG10 yearlings G 75i
800 lambs native G15aS70 wOsu
ern G25a8G5 M
a1
Chicago Close
Chicago Jan 19Closo Wheat
Jan 109 78 May 10 78al09
Jttlr 100 l4a3S
Corn Jan G3 12 May G7 l2a58
July 67 11
OatsMay 47 l4a3S July 43 7S
Sept 41 14
Pork Jan 2155 May and July
2190
LardJan 1245 July 1200
Rl sJan 1185 May llGOa
1162 12 July 1160
Re Cash SO I I
t 11
Barley Cash 54a73 4 iilId I
Timothy 410 rntf iwj I
Clover 1490 Il tars i
Jill
Omaha Livestock r I
Omaha Jan 19 Cattle necelpg
3200 market steady to stronger Na
tive steers 400 < 3 > 726 cows and heif
ers 300500 Western steers 350
< 5 > G25 cows and heifers 275440
canners 2250325 stookors and
feeders 275 < 3 > 7 30 calves 300
750Hogs
Hogs Receipts 9000 market 10c
lower Heavy S35 ft 860 mixed
8300835 light 8209835 pigs
700775 bulk 830 < u > 885
Sheep Receipts 6500 market
steady Yearlings G0740 woth
ors 500gGOO owos 475575 J
lambs 7655 > S 65 I
Chicago Produce
Chicago Jan 19Butter steady
creameries 26a34 dairies 25n30
Eggs steady mark cases included
23 l2a30 12 firsts 35 prime firsts
38 Receipts 2026
Cheese strong daisies 17a14
twins 16 3lal7 young Americas I
16 l2a34 longhorns 16 l2a34
Sugar
NcwYork Jan 19SuElrRnw
easy Muscavado 80 est S3 04 cen
trifugal 96 teat 411 molasses sn
gar 339 Refined steady
Metal Market
New York Jan J9Copper firm
Standard spot 13 l4al2 March J3
l4al2 silver 62 12c load quiet
4G7 l2a472 12
I
DEMOCRAT SEES
II
TERRIBLE TIHN6S I I i
New York Jan 19The Democrat
ic party will sweep the country In
the next presidential election ac
cording to Benton MoMHlen former
governor of Tennessee who Is in New
York for a brief visit
The Democratic partys prospects
brighten every day said the former
governor discussing the political sit
uation This Is tbo inevitable result
of Republican misrule a 2000000
000 congress and the worst of all
the tariffs
No wonder we have recurring pan
ics The great wonder Is that we ever
get over them No wonder that a
revolution has occurred out west No
wonder that the Insurgents of tho Re
publican part insurgo The earth
quake has just begun The Repub
licans are wholly to blame for tho
high cost of living which is causing
EO much complaint and consternation
If the Democratic party will stand by I
Us ancient principles it cannot fall
Tn EATER EMPTIED
BY BLOWING SNUFF
I
New York Jan 9Sneezcs emp
tied a moving picture theater In Third
avenue hist night part of tho special
ors fleeing precipitately without their
wraps or hat Somebody with a dig I
totted sense of humor had blown
snuff throughout the place from a con
cealed point of vantage When tho
police were summoned two innocent
looking young men who were standing
In the doorway were placed under ar
rest Although no snuff was found
In their pockets every policemen in
the station house began to sneeze
when the prisoners arrived and this
evidence appeared conclusive I
CORRESPONDENCE COURSE FOR
SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS
Chicago Jan 19A correspondence
course by which 350000 Sunday school
teachers connected with Ute Methodist
Episcopal denomination throughout
the United States are to be Instructed
In better methods of teaching wall
recommended by the committee on
education of the board of Sun lay
schools which began Its annual BCH
slot hero yesterday
This Is the first attempt to intro
duce thn correspondence methods as
applied to individualtraining of teach
ers ever made lu Sunday school
work said the Rev Wade Crawford j
Barclay who has been appointed edu
cational director and we expect the
board will endorse our plan
PITCHER IN DEMAND
Iowa City la Jnn 19Sto0
OBrien the star University of Iowa
pitcher hag received two often fo
the coming season President
r r
s of the St Louis American
team wants the premier university
twirler and the Flint Mich team also
has written him
EVERETT C BROWN REELECTED
BY VOTE OF THREE TO ONE
Chicago Jnn 19lr the most spirit
ed contest ever witnessed In tho Chi
cago Athletic association every candi
date on tho regular ticket was yester
day elected by a large majority The
vote was tho heaviest ever polled
1021 votes being cast out of a total
membership of 2750
The largest majority for any candi
date wan recoled by the president
Everett C Brown who was reelected
by a vote of more than three to one
over his opponent Edward K Orr
I
PLAGUE Of
BG RATS
m
Parents of Children in
I
a School Become
Alarmed
New York Jan 19 Public school
No5 in Hobolcen N J has a plague
of rats Residents of the neighbor
hood after repeatedly calling tho mat
ter to the attention of the board ot
education without effect say that they
havo become alarmed for the safety of
their children Yesterday they sent
tho following emergency communi
cation to tho board
Owing to the prodigious multipli
cation destructive Influence propen
sity of harboring parasites and propa
gation of disease It is worthy your
serious nctlco that steps should be
taken to exterminate thoso pests be
fore they permeate the entire build
ing and its occupants causing Irre
parable damage A t
lils NOlES
WORTnlESS t
1
Dr Cook A gain Fails
to Produce Any
Proof
Copenhagen Jan 19The commit
tee of the University of Copenhagen
has completed its examination ol Dr
Frederick A Cooks original notes
and today confirmed its previous con
clusions that not the slightest proof
that the explorer reached the North
Pole had boon submitted
TENNIS PLAYERS RETURN
FROM AUSTRALIAN TOUR
San Francisco Jan 19Morris Me
Loughlln and Melville Long two Cal
ifornia tennis players who were tho
runnerup in tho last national tennis
tournament arrived home last night
from their trip to Australia on the
steamer Alamoda Both stated that
they received the best of treatment
in tho Antipodes
Tho tennis experts are at a loss to
understand the recent rating of the
National Tennis commission Me
Loughlin and Long who are rated
sixth and seventh respectively both
defeated Miller and Johnson who
have been given the third and fourth
placed
Tho American players are faster
than the Australians said Long I
am confident that Larned our nation
al champion could beat any of the
Australian fellows
CROSS OF LEGION OF HONOR
CONFERRED ON AMERICAN
Washington Jan 19rhe cross ot
tho Legion of Honor has boon con
ferrcdupon Howard Thompson Paris
correspondent of The Associated
Press according to Information rev
ceived In this city by his sister Mrs
Harry Bingham The minister of for
eign affairs of tho French cabinet is
said to have presented the name of
Mr Thompson for the decoration
Mr Thompson is wellknown to
members of the newspaper profession
here elsewhere In America and In
Europe He represented the Associat
ed Press in Cuba during tho Spanish
American war and subsequently in St
Petersburg whence he was transfer
red to Paris
BIG APPROPRIATION FOR
REMOVING SNOW EXHAUSTED
Chicago Ian PThe 25000 ap
propriation for moving snow from the
down town streets awarded to the
street department In the 1910 budget
has been exhausted and P J McCar
thy acting street superintendent an
nounced yesterday that should It snow
today tho street department could do
I
nothing to relieve tho situation
Every cent Is gone ho said We
have had to lay off our men and teams
and we cant turn a wheel If a snow
storms hits us before Monday when
we will ask the city council for note
funds
MRS ROOSlVELTEN ROUTE
TO MEET HER HUSBAND
New York Jan 19lrs Theodore
Roosevelt will sail for Naples Febru
ary 15 on the liner Hamburg on her
way to Upper Egypt According to
neWt received from East Africa re
cently oxPresident Roosevelt will ar
rlv Tlmrtoim March 15
After remaining two or three days
at a hotel at Khartoum ho will met
r4 r teevelt
WAlSU NOW
A CONVICT
Millionaire in Peniten
I tiary His Son Hits a
I Photographer
Leavenworlh Kas Tnn ltlohn
It Walsh the convicted Chicago
banker arrived at the federal peni
tentiary hero at 1200 today and be
gan serving his sentence of five years
His number as a convict will be G8GI
Kansas City Jan 19John R
Walsh the former Chicago financier
on his way to the federal prison at
Fort Leavenworth Kansas to serve
his sentence of five years for misap
plying the funds of the Chicago Na
tional bank arrived In Kansas City
at 925 this morning on a belated
train
As the party of officials and rel
atives that accompanies Mr Walsh
was alighting from the Chicago train
a newspaper photographer who had
raised his camera to take a snapshot
of the travelers was attacked by John
W Walsh son of the prisoner
Young Mr Walsh had preceded his
father Ho carried a heavy suitcase
and the moment he caught sight of
tho photographer he darted toward
him Swinging his suit case with tre
mendous force the young Chicagoan
literally mowed down the newspaper
man driving him and his machine In
a bunch against the side of a Pullman
sleeper
Tho photographer fell In a heap
while his camera fell beneath tho car
half a dozen feet away The older
Walsh gave a hurried glance at his
son and then at tho prostrate man
while the officers and others in the
party gave vent to a hearty laugh
But few persons knew of the ar
rival of the exbanker and there were
fewer than half a dozen peoplo close
enough at hand to witness tho Inci
dent The party moved quickly from
the train short into the main wait
ing room where a secludod spot was
sought while a train was being made
up by the Missouri Pacific to com
plete the trip to the penitentiary
rite party departed for Leaven
worth twenty minutes later
During the brief atop In Kansas
City the party passed practically un
noticed excopt for the attention paid
them by a group of newspapermen
Mr Walsh talked cheerfully with
Ihoflo about him anil dlsplayed nnL
evidence of breaking down In ans
wer to questions he said he had
slept well H1 hAd gone to bed early
the officers accompanying him said
and had oaten a light breakfast
Mr Walsh was In charge of United
States Marshal Hoy and Deputy Mid
vlleton and others in the party were
John M Walsh his son Dr L Blake
Baldwin his soninlaw and Dr
Ritahcr his financial counsel
I
YOUNG STUDENT ATTENDS
SCHOOL DAY AND NIGHT
Chicago Jan 19It look a double
personality for Samuel DIamoudstein
to got all the education he wanted
School as other boys attend It was
not enough for him lie lived a dou
ble lIfo on the rolls of the schools he
attended so that he might take
courses In both the day and night
schools He Is 17 years old At the
John M Smythe school he was Samuel
Diamondsteln and he attended a night
school undor the name of Samuel Dee
mond
After he had completed his studios
In the night school and received a dip
loma he wont to the Mcdlll high
school Presently W R Hornbncker
principal of his former school dis
covered that Diamondsteln had vio
lated the regulations by going to
school both day and night and with
drew his certificate Samuel protested
and the matter was referred to Super
intendent of schools Mrs Young who
has not yet made up her mind us to
I the merits of the case
WHITES PROTEST AGAINST
LOCATION OF JAP SCHOOL
Honolulu Jan 12A proposal said
to have emanated from the Hawaiian
board of missions for tho establish
j ment of a Japanese boarding school
in Maklki a residence district of
I Honolulu brought forth an emphatic
protest In the form of resolutions
adopted by a Makikl Improvement
club
There are several large Japanese
tenements In the district which the
I white property owners are trying to
I g rid of
Tho Hawaiian board has announc
ed that it does not intend to locate
its proposed school in Makikl
MISS ADDAMS RECOVERING I
Chicago Jan l1At the Augustana i
hospital last night it was stated that
fane Addams would be able to loavo I
that inptltution within two or three
days Miss Addams went to the hos
pital about two weeks ago suffering
from a trouble duo to an operation for
appendicitis performed somo yearn
ajo The wound had not healed prop
erly and complications resulted that I
made another operation necessary
GOV FREAR APPOINTS DEAN
OF THE HAWAIIAN COLLEGE I
Honolulu Jan 12 Governor Freai I
has appointed Prof Willis T Pope I
dean of tho College of Hawaii and
professor agricultural chemlfltry In
that Institution as the successor to I
W II Babbitt who recently resigned
as superintendent of public instruc I
tion for tho territory The new sup
erintendent IB a grnduate of the Kan
sas Agricultural college
WANTS EXCLUSION ACT I
TO BE MADE LESS RIGOROUS
Los Angeles Cal Jan l1Thc I
chamber of commerce haH under con
sideration today a request supported
by Bishop V S Lewis of the Metho
list church and others that the or
ganization assist In fostering a move
ment to induce the federal Immigra
tion bureau to temper tho rigors of
the ChnoHO exclusion act
CHINAMENARE POSSESSORS
OF FLYING MACHINES
Chicago Jan If1FiCt Chicago
men now possess heavlcrthnnalr ma
chines according to promoters ot the
Illinois Aeroplnno club which was In
corporated at Springliold yesterday
The club will conduct exhibitions and
obtain tho National aviation met for
Chicago In June possible Tho of
nccrs are Edward E Herbert pres
ident Oscar Nowstrom vice presi
dent and treasurer and John A Mont 1
1
goners secretary
i TEACUING
A lESSON
Girl Was Paid a Coun
terfeit Dollar by
Employer
I Chicago Jan 19MI5S Helen
Weiss whoso weekly pay as ticket
agent at a vaudovlllo theater Is 325
recently receiving a counterfoil dol
lar as part ot her salary which was in
tended as a lesson to her to accept
no more counterfeit money in pay
ment for tickets to the show
Accordingly she caused tho arrest
yesterday of Harry Markham proprie
tor of the theater by whom she Is
employed Markham was hold by
United States Commissioner Foote in
500 bond
Ho told mo he gavo It to mo to
teach me a lesson said Mlsg Wofea
He said I took It In nt the ticket
I office and he wanted me to be more
careful
I Markham repeated that statement
to Commissioner Footo bnt addon
that he had not foreseen that his at
f tempt to pose as Miss Weiss precep
tor would result so disastrously for
I him
I himBALliNGER
EARING ON
Charges Made by Hitch
cock Are Repeated
to Committee
Washington Jan JtThe henrina
of the charges made hy Representa
tive Hitchcock of Nebraska a Dem
o rat alleging extravagance In the in
terior department Including charges
affecting Secretary Balllugor and his
I cousin Jaok Balllngcr was begun be
fore the house committee on expendi
tures in the Interior department to
I day Bird S McGuire of Oklahoma
chairman of the committee presided
Commissioner Fred Dennett of the
general land office whoso service di
rectly figures In the contention thai
there were many Instances of Im
proper use of the milliondollar appro
priation for the protection of public
domain and Mr Hitchcock who stir
red up One trouble first by a speech
In the house on December 16th and
I later followed up in a statement to the
committee wore present today
I
Mr Hitchcock In his statement
said that about the time tho present I
secretary of the Interior then commis I
sioner of the general Innd office anA I
Jack Balllngcr his cousin and pri I
vate secretary left for Seattle the I
II latter received an expense allowance I
although It was known he was about
I to resume private law practice
INCREASED CHARGE TO BE
I MADE ON FREIGHT
Chicago Jan 10An increase of
I five cents a hundred pounds on first I
class freight between New York anti
I Chicago by lake and rail practically J
j has been agreed upon according to I
I dispatches from the oast lost night
All lines had agreed to the advance
with the exception of the Grand
Trunk railway National Dispatch It
was stated It Is said that pressure
Is being brought to bear on this line
to join In the Increase This boost
will be worked out by the reduction
of the differential of the lake and rail
under the all rail This differential
has been ten cents a hundred pounds
I on first class freight Tho water lines I
are said to have agreed to cut this
differential in halt giving a rate of I
rail only five cents lower than by all
I
POLE DEFEATS FRENCHMAN I
I
Buffalo N Y Jan 19 Zbozakc
the Polish champion last night wrest
led down Raoul de linen the French
champion The Frenchman lost tho
first fall being disqualified for
clinging to the mat after twentysix
minutes In the second bout the Polo I
threw his man over his head to a
bridge which he broko In twenty
eight minutes It was rough wrestl
ing and the Frenchman gave tho Pole
n terrific battle
PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION FOR
ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY
Honolulu Ian 12FundR have
boon raised hy public subscription for
the establishment of an astronomical
observatory at Kalmuki Honolulu
especially for thu observance of Hal
Inys comet Tho observatory how
aver will bo a permanent ono and
midT HIP control of the College of
Hawaii
PRODUCES
A SLEEP
But Does Not Affect
the Heart or Other
r Vital Organs
Chicago Jan 19A Philadelphia
special to the RecordHerald says
Years of Investigation by noted sur
geons for a perfect anaesthetic which
would have no detrimental effects on
the heart or othor vital organs of the
patient have apparently been reward
ed Electricity has come to the re
lief of the surgeon and Investigation
going on here and abroad tho re
sults of which have Just been made
public show that electricity Is far
superior to any of the drugs now used
It produces a state of Insensibility
called electric sleep by acting on
the nerve centers of the brain The
sleep Is not fatal and when the eloc
trlc current Is opened tho influence
IK immediately lost and the patient
becomes conscious without fooling
nny of the aftereffects common with
drug anaesthetics
CONDUCTOR
IS A HERO
Fought a Dog and Fire
to Save a Little
Girl
Blkina W Va Jan 19As L D
Coombs a conductor of a coal and
coke railroad passenger train va >
pulling out of Loiter on his afternoon
trip yesterday he saw In the doorway
of J H Ending a nation hand a two
yearold child with its clothing In
flames Coombs WAS near tho been
end of the train and Jumped off dash
ed into tho doorway fought off a dog
that tried to bite him pat out the
flames with his bare bands and thon
by sprinting caught theroar platform
of the last coach of his moving train
Passengers who watched wide eager
Interest his fight with the dog vjgor
onflly applauded him ns to passed
through his train
FIRE DRUL SAVED
THREE HUNDRED OHILDREN
Coffoyvttle Kas Jan 1f A flrl
drill here today probably eared many
lire when following the collapse oT
the roof over a portion of the McKIn
ley school building 350 children
marched from their rooms In safety
Not ono of them was hurt
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