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The Honesdale Citizen.
V e. R. 0, H H D eninMF XT HONESDALE, WAYNE CO., PA., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13. V -a-! V . M. SALMON, w AIT J ItNEY AT- LAW. omee-Next door to Post 'Juice, Formerly occupied br Hon. W. II. Dimnil ck. Honesdale. I'.. VVaTTOIuIkY A COnNSKLOB-AT-LA W Office over I'ott Offloe. All legal business promptly attended to. Honesdale, Jan. 1, IKK. Jl 1.1 O. MUMFOKD, lit AVTOa!r ANUOoUSBIUlll-AT-LAW Offlee Liberty Hall building, opposite lb, INist OtUce, Honcedalc. Pa. 38yl HUMAN IIAKMES, ATTORNEY ANDCOUN3F.LOIl-AT.LAW Patents and Pensions wcurM. Office In tbv Court House. Honesdale, Pa. 4?7i CtDAItLKS A. McOAHTT, J AITOHNEV ACOCN8KLOU-1I-LAW liOXHDl&I, PaKX'A. Special and prompt attention given to Ibi ollectlon ot claims. ODtceovcr llelf's nw tore. M)l pKTKK II. IliOFF, ATTOIINF.Y ANDCOUNSKLOO-AT-LAW OOlfe 2d Kioor Old Havings Bank building if1 UoxmiALB. I'A. Jj P. KlMUliK. .ITOllNKV Also COUNBRLOtt-AT-LA Orer tbv Post Office, Honelale Mara,lal. ' X. BEAHLli, ATTOIINKY ANDCOUNSKLOU-AT-LAW UOKUDAL. I'AKK'A. At tbe offlpo lata of Waller k Bearle. Is. IIOWI.ANI), ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. Honesdale. Ta. Omce orer Poit Office Jan. 1. lit. T' UMEll QUEENS. ATTOIINKY As COUNSELOR AT LA Office orer Hell's New Hlore. Honesdale, Pa. Myl Wit SON. ATTOIINKY AND CODN8KLOH AT LAW Don sen At. a. Office - Uasonlo building, 2d floor. Q 11. WIHXflKY. LIVF.ItY AND OMNIIIU8 LINE. Itxar ot Allen House Honesdale, I'a. Dec. 1, 1903. 41yl It. li. T. I1KOWN, -lit Floor Old Savings Uank building Uomsiials - Pa. Sciyl DK. II. B. 8RAItI.ES. llOKKHDALX, PA. Office and Residence Ills Church street opposite Uapllsl Church. Telephone. O tiles llourt-.'.OO to 4:00 aud 7:00 to 8:00 r J-jn. -W. T. McCO.NVILL. PHYSICIAN AND SU ltd EON. Offlce 418 Second street, formerly occu pled by l)r. J. J. O'Connell. Honesdale, March 13. 1SXTJ. Myl New Malay Opium Cure Being Distributed Free by a New York Society. Co-operating with missions in Malay sia, the Windsor Laboratories of New York have secured a supply of the won derful combretum plant, which has done so much to rcvolutionlic the treatment of the opium habit. A Rcncrous supply of the new remedy, together with full instructions for its use, and United States consular reports bearing on the subject will bo Bent to any sufferer. Tn obtain a free 6upply of this remedy and the consular reports, nddressWindsor Laboralorics.Ilranch 23, 131 East Soth Street. New York City. Joseph N. Welch, FIRE THE OLOE8T FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY IN aVAYNE COUNTY. Omen: '.'nd floor Masonic Rulldlng, over v. i'. J an win s ortig store, uoneeuaie. How Are Your Eyes? With n prni'tlf-al ei pcrh'tice of. many, year I am kIiIh to make a careful. Pfffntldo pinui Inalion of the tye. which will rcnult lu tli apnlli-alion of u gliti that will relievti and help you. If you feel the ueetl of aid for your vyvt dtIuy is folly. BLIND. You un blind to your own Interest It you neglect to lake can of your eyei. It Isn't every one who enn properly tit you Willi glasses, and when uu get.tbem you should not lliiiik they will 1I0, just because you see a little belter. You ML' .ST know they are exactly t i2 lit. We are beadijuarler for optical tieo'l o an KMiuei. All letinea ilupllcatiil and framm toldv on ihurt notice, cheaper than eliewbcre. C. F. SPENCER & CO , JEWELERS, Post Otflcn tlulldlnc llouesjale Pa TJie New York Daily Press Week Day Edition, one vear $4 50 Honesdale Citizen, oer vear 1 50 BOTH PAPERS TO ANY ADDRESS FOR 85 50 Addreaa The Oltlxen, Uoncadalo. P SATURDAY BANKING HOURS After June 1st, 1908, 9:000:tol2o'clocknoon EVENINGS: 7:30 P.M. to 8:30 P. M. HOHESDALE H&TIOHtL BANK j Here U ltcllel lur Women. j Mother tlray a nurse In New York, dis covered an aiAinallc, pleasant belli cure lor women's Ills, called Aiistraliati.r. It Is .the only teitalu reculatnr. Cures female weaknesses and llai kaebe. Kidney and llln.ldirund I'rlnarr Iriiiibles At all lime ici.i. or by mall K).'. Saiuplu Kltl'.K. A d less, The Mutbo Oray Co., La Uoy, N, Y IUlIANa' COCItT SALI". Jlr Tirtue of nn order of tho orihaii Court of Wayne county, Ibe followinn oe erlted realetal of tfi above naliie.1 le cedent will beoHered at public fale. at the COCHT HOUSE, III Hie borough of IIOMV'- IIALr. Fill DAY. AU(1. II, llx, al 1 o eli-ek, A. M.. All ih.l frl.lti ii1h or tiareel of land tlluale In the townthlp of S.iiih naan, fount j of Wayne and BUI ot iviiiuylvan la, liounded and described a follow! t II h UlNNINII at a onier of buntock knot, driven down In the public roaJ 111 tlie.oulh- weitern line or lali'l ni liarriKJii wui thence alone .aid road by line nt land of 1 hoi Uleiin, Jr., and John Glenn north forty- elfflll aecn-e. we.i piaij-tikih ut. . Make and .lone, corner t tlienee by .aul lllenn't laud north .lity-two decree. l eleven rod to a corner In .aid public rout 1 thence tiy (other) land, of the late flaey Chnmard foulh thirty-four decree. et one hundred and Ibirtt-en and one-hnlf ro.1. to a .tone. eornr in line or Max wen menu , thence li mid Maxwell lllcari'. laud cuth fifty decree, eatt .Ixty-four rod. to a .tone, comer lu llnent land of John Wacner and P. Faulkner lot, now or latny owm-i oj AmOIteeli Ibence tiT .sld HeedV land nllil land of llatri.on McMinn tmttli lnrt de cree, earl one hundreil and tllleeii rmjr t ine place or iieKinuinc. ni.iiiiii. Ilftr acre, more leM. And liellie .aine litlid conteyiil to Andrew J. Itiillcdse. now di ceaMHl, by Marcaret Cbuinatd aul John h. Wactier by deol dated April Id, lett. wt,n h deed I. rei ordeil In tbeofilce fur the rei onl ine of deed, lu ram coilntv ot aym 111 llnil Hook No. 36. at pace ITS. AI.IO-All thai certain lot or tnel nt land .Ituate 111 ttie towuiihip ot South t'atmiu, coutit of Wa lie and State ot Pemi.tlvam Imu-id-el and drrcilhol a follow. IIKIilNNlNIi at a heap nf .toiii tin Hithcrii lorner ut lot hn. il. In tbenlli'tinetit of the "falwal 1 el Middle 1'ieek Trait"; Ihence b Utel nf Amo Itevil and holenion t'urti. north tllty decree. t lllly-loiir lod.t Iheniti by Inn I ot Solomon Curtl. norlli thiity di cree. tun Mlty-two ivl; ttielll'e willtll lnrt decre. eat lltly .even rod. to a pot comer; thence along thi land of Amc Itetd .nutb forty decre". ni-il llfty-two and onchalt rod. to the plaie ol becinnlnc. CONTAINING .evelltti'll ai te. and lorlv pirche lie the .ame more or 1cm. And beinc ttie .sine land convcicd to Andrew J Uutleilce. now deceacd, by Soltnon Cuill. and wife tiy deed dated April 17, whl( li deed I le corded III fllce fnl lecoidinc deeiU In .'lid eountv lu Denil Hook N'o. .V. at p-ice 75, and all of alaive dm rltiiit laud lietnc ame land wh'ctl John A. Itutledce, Kxeculor of Andtew J. Itutledce, conveed lo Cll0.Mil L. Cliapmau, ile-tl ilate-l llecwuher II. Uh., recorded In Deed Hook No. 91. m-e l' U(on raid preiuUee I. a Iwo-.tory frame houie.'onc frame ham, atiilytillM r impriitt metit. Nearly all ImprotiHl laud. TERMS OF SALE, CASH. Pun h.l'er lo ply II. fordecda.t'l htieritT'l ale.. OKOIIliK ). CHAPMAN, K. C. Mt'Mrimn, Aduilui'tratnr. Atlorn-y. 1 It 1 II. V. HAND, Pre.ldint WM. II. HOLMES Vice President, H. S.SALMON, Ca.hler, W. J. WAHI). A.Vl Ctil 1 After nil saving Is tnrhiely n niutlcr of h.bll. CultlVHlMthe heblUnottiMlter how mtiell yoti tiiHko It is tllo olln sure wsy to mile psncleiico. You will lillct courtfioiis trentm-tlt Hild imple seeurltv nt 1I10 WAYNE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK HONESDALE, PENN'A. READ THE FltlUltES : CAPITAL STOCK, - JIIOO.OOO HUltl'LDH, .... :l()O.O00 UNDIVIDED KAItNINOH, IU.OHU TOTAL CAPITAL, jtlilu.OHS Total Assets. - $2,680,000 SAVINGS DEPOSITS made nn nf he foro the tenth day nf any lunntb will draw latere.! from the llrni day ot thai mouth. INTKUUal' will be paid fill all Calendar months on mone). remaining on deposit lhre Oh mHr mniith ni loncer. lNTEUKsrC JMPtirNllKI) IN JANCAItY AND JULY. Small eare lo rent In our IIL'IIOLAII PKOOF BTKEL VAULT. Hpecial aileiitinn L'lvcli to MKHCANTILI' ACCOUNTS. Deposit, may bo made br mail. IMltF.CTOHS: H.C. IIavii. W. II. IIOLVCS.C. J. Smith. A.T. SXAIII.E, F. P. KlMIII.C, W, F, StTVIIAM II J. CONUXU. II. H. SAt I1V. T. li. Cl.AUK. -SnNTARlfV Y0RK ZiRK T.WESTEF VbHT'.-iv-l U UIVAi1ai ?" iNLjyiS- Tim. Card In Elfect June 2 1st, 1903. SCRANT0N DIVISION i'o S c fi . IX a W 1. i aip mi . 8 11 ,TN V.iv IMM r tlnc la ui i ' MaiUln lfllii.U VI rrestoti park ' 111 i3 2 1 " . Uluwiiel i : is, I . it sl 4 4& sw, M-l n r. in J si tso 5 Lit SI- & S4 10 in lit Ic) " . IM) nti lie . HUH 3!) " liedKant Ml twil J Hulon.lile.. 2MI 2 " Fnient I'ltr O IStllll ftbnllliiVd 111 s; n is ion 10 " t'ailnMlie. . u " Willi" llrlln s nt 1 1 N .Mslftrl I Yd. .r.'tP'9 " ..Jirinyii. . pllliM ..Arctlllitll.. In- t(T 4 li nm 4 17 fii 4 U ! I'M Ml I .T '7 i II 611 4; t.U 4 at it':i iv r.j: 4 4'1 ft H r m r it ."iiloM .. wintfin.. . in" 4 1 10 K ti It !M two . !5 111 AN ' ... lVCkTlll... . uitnitnt. .. .incx.m .. ' 1 .... lurimp , ' 1 . IYOV1 lance.. tIUlff ..Park Place.. ' b.wio ioi.v .hcruhUiu ..Ar AdtitlinM trMns Iom. r.irMi.iltio kt Mit. field Varl at Q M a m iltlly. and s.Si p m lUiir f xcept hiindsr Art mi.., al l raitis luite M it. fleH Vnr 1 t.T 'ftrli.n.l il" ft hh a in dully ai.d 5 p. ui dtur eietpt eunday J. C AitnshMos, J U Wrt.n, Tramc Maniterr. Tratelin Atrent. ti lU'.ver Hi., New York. bcraiituu, V. NOTICE or ADMINISTRATION. Fjuati or FIUNKI.IN II. ItOIIINSON. Ijttoof Honeslale, deceased. All nerson. mdeliteil to said tistate nro nn tltleil to make Immediate payment to (he un dersigned ; und thowi havinc claim. azuint tld estate urt iioIIIIihI lo present them, duly attesttiu, tor settieiueiit. MA1IK HOniNSON, lIoueMale, I'll., July lu, luni. Ux'r. NOTICE OF ADMINIHTItATlON. XrtTATE OK F.LI.A11F.T1I SK.UH, Idite of Prompton liorou'li. deceased. All persons indebted to s.tid cstatearc no tltleil lo make immediate payment to the uudcrslcncd ; and those bavinc claim, acaitist said estate are notltled to present them, duly attested, for stttleiuent. THE BCHANTON TUC3T COMPANY, Adiutnlstnttnr de bonis unn. cum lestameuln unuexn. All payments lo be mudeand all bills In be sent to aald Company. Heranton, Pa., or to A.T. BKAIILK, Attorney, I3kG Honesdale, Pa. i.isr US TAKi: CAKI! OP YOL'K I.YUS? It will pay you to call at the finely equipped GOLDEN'S OPTICAL PARLORS II South II ii i u St., CA II HON HALF.. PK.N.V A. The little attacks of stoma h trouble and stomach ill, orders will iitidoiililedly lei I to chroiilo dyspepsia unless uu take some thing for n sulllcieiit Hut" to strengthen the stomach and give it achaiico to get well. If you takv K'o lot in the beginning the had altat-ks of D)sp.ip,ia will be aroi lei, but If you allow these little attacks to go un heeded It w takek'olola longer tune vo (tut our stomal h ill good condition again, iul a linllle nl Kodol to-day. Sold by PFU. The Druggist. DeWITT'S CARBOLIZED WITCH HAZEL SALVE For PHob, Burns, Soros, France Wants Euty Marrlaxrw. Marriaco In Trance has hitherto been hodccil around lth n (Treat mass of limitations nnd olwtrtictloiui. De sl.lca tivlnc dirncult. It ban been a cost ly step, with lone nnd complicated cent preliminaries, and, In fact, la do .till to some extent. Few marriages. especially early marrlaccs, have re sulted, and the birth rate has at last dropped ladnw the death ratn. Not lonir nito a law which conserva- tiro heads looked upon as nirett radi cal was passed, with tho result that there has &n a marked Increase In pnrrlaccs. This law iiermlts persons over thirty years of ago to marry without tbe consent nt tho parents. Now, elopements by couples In tho thir ties Li not alarming when only the imrcnts have cause to object. Dut even this concession was called revo lutionary, ntnl Its sponsor In tho chain- licr or deputies, Atiio Licmaire, una hanl work to Bet It passed. Ho even n.tntnl to make tho nco limit tho ma jority, but the proivial was so shock- Inn in the mass of the legislator that ho compromised on thirty years of nee. Uven tho hllcht concession of allow ing 1011th nnd maiden ot thirty to mar ry without asking papa has Increased the uutnlsT of matrimonial unions In France to figures higher than hate M'cn reached since 1"72. As statistics shotv that the French race Is doometl In extinction unless the birth rato shall Increase- considerably. It Is likely that the success of this bill will Itilluenco the lawmakers of tbo nation to make other changes In their nntliiuatcd mar riage Inws. Karly marriages hntc Uvn nlmost Imixisslble, and yet It Is these unions that maintain n country In the living nation class. France should rejoice when the young folks waiit lo "sot up housekeeping" early. Ilorrotvrtl Amerlcnn Ileauty. A Frenchman who has traveled Jhe country uter, Mr. Ungues le Itoux, devntes n chapter In his new book, "I.OV6 In the I'liltisl States," to Amer ican ls-auty nnd bluntly declares that the ls-auty found here worth while Is not really a native pnnluct, but comes of foreign blnol. French, Irish nnd Spanish nre the races which glte America n blended type of ls-auty con flueil to a llmltcil district. Women of Puritan ancestry Mr. I.e Itouv. Ilinls tn ls angular, shaiicle-s nnd i-allow, the result of spiritual Hlartntlnu and not to bo compared with the women of blended l'rciiili and Irl-li blil triinplantcil to the wind swept prnlrlcs. Thero will lit ret lew era of the Puritan, Knlcker liockcr nnd entailer htmk to dispute this I'rencbniairw conclusions. We think our girls have the lienuty ot the nation in their keeping and that the natives are not less classical In face nnd figure than those of alien bliM.l. M.llnl Muller rrns a New Eng land girl nnd, while she may not bate Ist'ii n Puritan, was neither French. Irl.h nor Spanish. If any race l"' sldes the Puritan cmild claim credit for the Is'.nit) which charmed the st.ll'l Judge nut of bis senses It is tbe ileriiiiiu, which Mr. I.e Koux seems to overlook. Anyway there nre "angular, shapclet-s, t-nur fnctsl nnd sallott" wo men of the French, Irl-h and Spanish races here and nt home, nnd It Is of ten remarked that the girls of those races ln-e their Isjauty of face and llgure usually much earlier In life thin do those "f our native tyie. While Mr. U lloux's i-pcculatlons mn.t iiniuse, they will netcr convince us that America Is not n hind of Is-antl-fill women nnd tho strictly American type nut only prevalent, but likely to remain so. Bquare Deal und Uates. The proposition to advance railroad rales nmusod much discussion nnd led tho Iron Trade Itovlew to sny that niiH-h cau Ixj nrgucd In favor of the plun since the rondltlon of the roads at to receipts and expenditures Is dcplor able. Nevertheless tho Ilevlew- con Unites: It la true that thero Is ft widespread filling among nil business men that many riillriMiM bavo rmnrted to ri prehsnslMo prnctlc-s nnd do not cent" iM'fiire the ln 1 1, tilth tli'tin hntiils tthen lh..y iIl'H.I to I." -irtnltli.l to tncri'iiit" frtluht rates S line rallrin.N tiat" bicn honi-stly cun- lie ti-,1. aii.l ..line rati, ought to tic In i n its. d. rspi . Lilly thos" ri-lallng tn fnlklit which must shl; l-.! hy fast lite a In nlnmst im short tlnlo nn pusi n " r triilii n. " ih.l. , l.ul te do not btll.-t.. lh it .ill r.illii a are ntltli d to like con llirnllon or that thire U any Jiistlllca tl' n f t a i-i in-r.il and svti-lnK mlviin. Ci fn-tcht chircis lt II..T" I'" III" lllost .-.nel.lni; In., situ itluli lo il,-t(ruiliie tth.it tho ailtitl fets tin In ettry ens", mid il.n all ft.tr tulndid Aim-rlcmiM ttlll i-).i,i fully it.. iuh mv In the result When the nubile becomes enntlnccl that higher charges nro necessary n i tint there ttlll Is' no i.'Ciilatlnn or other iMlestliiliiible use of the funds there shi'ti'd Is- im nipostnii to rea soluble ad 1 11 m is ill rules. All army olllii-r was tltuil $.i0 for making e,tes. 1'nollsh in. in! I rlniillil hate let Hi" brass buttons do the flirting for lilm. That nntliiiuV crusndo shouldn't oterlisilt tho man who chankB cilery with it sound not unlike crushing stonn. r.vi ii so slmplo n thing as running u "frog farm" will keep the owner nn the jump inont nf the ttmo. At n Syrian dinner recently given In New York lu lemur nf th new constl tiitlmi In Turkey the decadence of tbe Amble us n language was t-hottn by Urn iiuifcsslnn of the consul general Unit bo was cnuipcllii! to Ksak In Uugllsh. lord I'tiitner, the Ilrlllsh nsoior ttho 1"iss,h half a Ufetluio In I'g.tpt. iicter m.istireil tbo tongue of tho country. Tbe seliH-llnii of Theodoro Ilivvsevelt to I.' the Hrst honorary pn'sldent of tbo I'eiii-o and Arlilirallnii league Is tl strung lndnsielnelit of tho policy o! co'istructlug bigger and Isttcr Imt- tleshlp-i and more of them. Authors of tint rcimrt that tlie I'nlt is I Slates noiild nl"- the Isthmian re public so in to hate la-ell talking through their I'nuuni.l bats. A leeturu from President Itoosevelt CI tho square deal might help those lliUMi "siirtsmeu" to see the error of their uiu. r - i CASTRO SAYS HE SEEKS PEACE. Desires to Lire Amicably With Every One. BLAMES US FOR BREAK. N.vsrthst.ss, Otclarsa th. Vsnstu.lsa Pcssldsnt, Comm.relal Conditions R main as Th.y W.r. DWor Diplomat lo Rslations W.r. Sav.rd Ntthsr lands Inoldsnt Laid at Door of Dutck Mlnlstsr at Caracas 8sss Hop Fot Small Nations In Hagus Tribunal. Caracas, Aug. 11. Deviating from his usual custom of not speaking for publication. President Castro granted an Interview concerning vcnesaela and har troubles with foreign powers. which recently have been augmented hy bis expulsion from the republic of the Dutch minister, M. de Reus. I am glad to glrs my opinion on this historic moment," said President Castro. "I only wish cveryliody the peace and harmony that exist with the good commarclal rotations which small nations need. To creato diplomatic agents who humble weak nations U an anomalous counteractive. If the Hiwen will not fulfill the groat Idcu that the great International tribunal shall doclde disputes by arbi tration and not by force, they commit ulclde. Objects to Us of Fore. "Reason would have acquired pn- Ogo and force would not prevail today IX, wheu the blockadera ustsl force against ua. friendly nations had adopt ed pcaccfut iiieasurca to settle the out standing questions. Tim Incoriiorutlon ugalnst us of those nations considered aa friends completely destroyed the right of reason aud placcl ull of them In the ctttegory of favoring force In tho solntlun of dltllcultli-s. The ipies- tlon of the use of force In the cullcc tlim of debts was curried licforv The Hague peace conference, but we weak nations saved our rights there. In spite of all Veiiexuela will con tinue lu saceful development, becuuse this question bus ls-cn setlli-d and isis terlor events are only Incidents. Wo at tlrst paid the blis-kmlers of our ports lscause of the doinliiaiu-ii of force. Tbe declsltm that teriiilii.iti-.l this state tif aflulrs was that of the high Hague tribunal. Today Veiiexue la punctually pays her debts und ful fills all her olillg.itlous. Puts Blame on Us. The American goternmeiit neter- theless broke friendly relations with us, but notwithstanding this fact com- uisrclal relations lietweeti the United Stall and Venezuela isintlntie the same aa liofoni the break occurreil. Tbe severance of friendly relations be tween France and Venezuela has nut altered the moral progress of this re public. ltnth the American nnd French piv eriinients have made claims against Venezuela, which are lielng paid. Con- seiiieutly as corporate Interests of those countries have damugt-d us, I sssuiiie that uii opportunity will Is taken hy their goternmeiit to listen to mr Just claims against those Interests ami that cnniictcnt tribunals will de cide the amount of those claims. "The Netherlands Incident 1 consider to bare been brought about by M. tie Ileus (the lliitih minister to Veneziie. Ij, who rei-ently ttns expellisl by Pres ident Castroi and the Curac.io govern ment " BASEBALL Games Played In the National and the American Leagues. NATIONAL I.KAllfi:. At New York- New Tnik. 3. Chicago, t llltti-rlis M.itle ttuiiii and Ilri'ttnittiitn: OtiTtilt and Is Al nrooltlyn-Iliooklyii. ft: Clin tniiutl. 4 Pntti rh's ll.'ll .ml nitpiu; Vols. Cosk 'J and Ntr-l.-sn At riilUih-liihli I'hll.t.t. tiilila. I. I'llls hurs. I llstli-rlis Mi-t.'i Ulan, I'oirltoii snd Iiooln. t'umnltr. r...(fi, 1,1 ,md tllli-ioii At lloslon St ImiU a, ll..l.. n 3 l'.ti-terli-t Ltiili and Ilhsj, Llud.iiu.in, t;ra tiatit an. I lloiilt", BTANHINll (IF Till! 1't.ritS i. e W I. IMttsliiits- 3- m I'hn lunnllil S: IK Nw Yoikf.'.) 3t II..V011 ..l a ,l I'liii-iigu : ij r.;i iir.-.uiyn.a; m .3M PhlU'phlB 6: IS (.'.3 St bouli 3J I'.-, 33; AMIIKII'AN l.KAIIt'i: At ChlciiKo I'lik-HK'i. t, New York. I. Ilttti'rl.K W11UI1 and Sullltan; Cticsbro and lll.ilr At Kt U.uIh- llostnn. S; St. Louis, 0. ll.tltiTlfes Sti el., and t'rlstr; Ilalley and Smith. I At i:icvrland-CI'rland, 3; Philadel phia, a ll.ittirli-s -rheih and N. Clarkn; lli-ndrr and Si-liret k Hsceud Osnnv-ll.vulnd. I, rtillsdel phla. 3 (S Innlnija, game called by dark ness!. Hatli-rles K)an, Ib-raur and N Clsrke. Oooiiibs, Hchrsck and Oldrtng. At lk-troll- Wiishhunoo, I; IMtmlt. t Ilattrrli-s Smith. Johnsun, Strssl and Ka hne, Mullln and Schmidt STANDINO OF THE CLUPa. w. l. r.c. W L, P.C. n.troit 12 it m rwu-phian m .474 Ut trials 1 II f MoBton ...It M 471 ;ut .i.iiid . 41 Un Wxh ton ss 81 SM Chlciio... t" 41 m Hew York SS 1 .330 Yacht Race For King's Cup Ends. Ncwjiort, It. I., Aug. 11. Next to the last to start ami the last to llhtsti In the New York Yacht dub's race fm tint King's cup, tlie forty-eight foot sloop Avenger, ownisl hy ltols-rt Fill inuns 2d of Huston, w-oii the trophy presented by King Edward VII. by lh handsome margin of H minutes 3U his ends from t'oiiinioilnre t'orut litis Vine derblll's sloop Aurora, which was lb) kci-ond tmat on time allowance. Hammer Record Broken. Dublin, Aug. 11, At the (iaellc nth letlc meeting held at Nenach M. J. Mo (rath of the New York Athletic rlut broke nil hammer throwing record! w Ith a distance of I'd feet. Wright Makes Another Flight, Is Mini i. France, Aug. II. Aftei two fuNo starts Wilbur Wright, tin I (avion (Hi iieroplaiilst, made n stic cc-tsful nsi elision here. The maclilni Mow about ttto kilometers (121 tulles' In 1 tnlnutc and 4,'t seconds, tittlclu) time. Mr. Wright decided not to trj a longer run The tllght wns vlcwul by scleral thousand pinpb' The ens bilious ttere rnrrlcd out with the same eiiMi and mastery as those rcccntlj accomplished. Mr. Vfrlght caused the machine lo swerve out of a direct tine of tllght and to describe two hsipi like n great figure 8. Woman Shot and Robbed. Msgiinllii. Mass., Aug. II. -Mrs W T. Cornell of New York, u sumuiel resident here, was shot In the bead and rnbbisl of it small suiii of money utid her walih while walking through a patch nf woods. The robber mads bll rscupe. Mrs. Cornell's condition U Hot cousldrr si serious. 0IS0N TALKS OF AIRSHIPS. Tells Farmsn Problem of Flight Is Net Solved Yet. Nsw York, Aug. 11. Thomas A 1Mb son, as n special mark or resivct to Henry Farman. the Kncllsh navigator, had him as his guest nt the IMIsmi laboratories In Orange, N. J. Mr. IMIsun shoned great Interest in the various attempts being imnle In dlffcreut parts nf tho world to tnitol In the air. "It Is coming. Some one is liable to solve the problem any day," he said. Don't you think, Mr. Kdlnn, that the problem Is already snlveil nnd that all now neisled nre srlcntllle. and en gineering Lileut and uioncyi" he was askud. No. I don't think that. It Isn't solved yet. I don't think Inventors hate been on the right Irnck. The great tlltncully, of course. Is the tre mendous power required In the engine, which at tins same lime must be so very light. There nre lots of men working night and day on that pml lom, and some one will do tho ttlck. Liable to run Bcn-ss the solution nny day now," he inlibsl He told Mr Farman he had made experiments fifteen tears ago In con nection with flying rnaclilnm How about the future of the dirigi ble balloouV was nskisL "It has no future, speaking commer cially. It has no great future nny wny you take It." was his prompt reply "It may be utilised lu some measure In war, hut the heavier tlmn air ma chine that can go straight ngnlut the wlnd-ah! that Is tho thing Mint mut come." "You refer to the aeroplane?" some body suggested. "No," he said. "I'll tell you what I think about this sky sailing business Aa I have said. It's sure to oomo. They haven't got ! yet. but they will lint when the qui-stlon Is snlvisl you w 111 flud that the machine that goes straight up In the ulr screws Itself vertically Into the nlr-lius unswcnsl tho riddle." "Tho helicopter?" ho was asked. "Right" ho answered. Flying Machine Rae Sept. 7. New York. Aug ll.The Aero" Club of America has fixed Sept. 7 ns the data for th flirt annual contest for a trophy for honvler thun air mnchliies Rnlloons of all kinds nro barred Fur olgn clubs afflllatiil with tbo Interna tional Aeronautic Federation arc eligi ble to make cntrlos, It bclug tbe pur pose of tho donors of the trophy, a sli ver cup, to have un International nice each year and tnukc tho trophy In Hie world of aeronautics what the Ameil ca's cup Is to tho yachting world Hot h contestant must make n tllght of :t least one kilometer, about flve-clghths of a mile. SLID FOR LIFE FOUR THOUSAND FEET, Man Hurt on Mountain Has to Shoot the Shoot. Seattle, Wash., Aug. 11. Willi his leg broken In two places John Ander son of Little Fulls, (lie., was found on Mount St. Helens, hi Washington, by a Seattle party of the Mnz.imas, a club of mountain cllmlicrs. To save bis lite thoj carried him o tbe stiinuilt of the iiinuutaiii at lui" ' nent risk to themselves and In an provlsed stleti her lu.ulc out of It slet -lug bag slid him ilnv.ii the north side of the great HMk for l.msi reet to the Mazainas cniup, where ini-dical atten tion wns given lllln. Tlie injured man was shot down the mountainside at almost lightning speed tied to his rescuers with ropes, phy sicians sny Hut h.id not this expedient Immmi followed Anderson would ti.it-e died of his Injuiles. To Show Our Jackies' Marksmanship. Auckland. N. V... Aug. II .-Tl til - clal and uiintllci.il honors nnd iitten tlous paid to the otllcers and men of the Amor Iran battleship licet continue here. Shnre parties of bluejackets tie dared oil their return to their vessel. that they had tho best 1 lino of their lives. Much satisfaction 1 expressed by Admiral Sperry that Prime Minis ter Ward has w.tlvetl the regulations which prevent tbe lamling of an armed force lu order that the Americans may compete In rifle matches on Austra lasian territory. The principal mutch In New Zealand will take place tomorrow. and the American murks-men nre hope fill of making a good shotting. WHITNEY'S HANDICAP. His Entry Always the Choice, Sea Cltfl Winning. Saratoga, N. Y., Aug. ll.-Se.i Cliff, running In the colors nf II. p. Whitney easily won tho Adlnuulni-k handicap for two-yciir-tililK, six fuilongs. heiu. The truck hail dried nut ciiusldeiubly and the going was fairly ginul. but not fast. Tbe Whitney entry, Se.i OUT and Hnudpfiicr, was nitt its th- ctmlie for the Adirondack Inn 1 il wer well supported, nltlii.ii.t uiiiught Hanger was well thought i I' Sea ('Mil went tight to tbe front ut the start, lending by one lenktb to the turn Hern Noll.-r 1.1 him bate hi- hi and be easll.t droit- aunt- to it In hv four lengths Siali-sn.ni. . I , ttllh n rush und bent Coiiu.iiiaht for the plate tmlioiiibi tvnii the Siiiniiiie selling slake, one ami one i k-lilh mile, dcfi lug tbe 1 to :i fiivnille, Crai k Shot, Sumtn.irles: First Illicit. Prudent. Hi -t : V.nli Hon, ns.oiid; Yankee Daughter, iblnl Sis-ond Unco St Nl. k. tlrt: Can vas, sccnud: Sti-i'liiuiker. tbiid Thlnl limn Sea I'lltT. tir-t. Slnti s man, sis-olid; t'oiinniicht Itnngor, thlnl Fiiilltti Kmc- Hob oiiiln. tllst: Tie ill ns Calliiiiiu. seiond; Crai K Shut, thlnl Fifth llnisi - Itojal Tourist, tlrst Unn il.-ll. .11. second: lleckun. third Sixth Hate Jerssiy I.lghtulug first Chief Ilraul, second; Stokes, thlnl Rifle Tournament Begins. Camp Perry. O., Aug. II. What mill tary oilltlaN tbslare ttlll Ih the gn-nt est military shooting tournament In Ilio history of the tun Id was Inaugural isl on the Ohio rltle range ut ( ill Perry Hundreds of tonle.tiinls ine nn the ground from every slate In Hit' 1'nl.in, IIuwull slid the Philippines. Forest Land For Empire Stste. Albany, N. Y., Aug. 11. -The slnlc land pun basing Isiard closed negolla tluus for the piiicliiise of about l.lsiu litres of forest land lu the Catskllls. Tbe prices tauge fiom 1:1 to tU 1111 acre Tbe different nicies of bind He In (Jrccnc, Ulster and .Sulllviin 101111 1908. MACK TO LEAD INUNCOLN. Will Preside at Notification Exercises. SPEECH PLEASES CLAYTON Chairmen of Committee Deliahlcd With Wording of Mr. Bryan's Coming Mes sage to the Country Move lo Or gsnlxe Votes ol Southerners Resid ing In Northern Stiles Nebraska Capital and 8urroundlng Country Filled With Pictures of Democratic Nominee He Works on Addresses. Lincoln. Neb., Aug. 11. It has been rtrcldtsl by the arrangement committee for tho Ilrjan notification exercise to morrow Hint Notional Chairman Nor man T. Murk will presldv at the notifi cation cxcrcUci". riov. lather F. J. Nugent ttlll ilcllvor tho Invocation. Mr. riiyim has nuked Mr Kcru to muk a fisssh, and It Is probable that he will iiu-opt Ten special trains, mainly from Nebruskn towns, It was an nounced, will arrive lit Lincoln tislay. licnrest ntntlte Clayton, chairman of the iiotltbuiluii coinmlttts', visited Mr. Hrynn ami rend his speech of notln- cutlon After Mr. Itrynn rend his ac ceptance sis'eth Mr. Clayton wns high ly delighted "It bt a mighty strong document." he declansL "utid so much more deciileil and original than Tnft'a that thori' Is no comparison, nryaa la his on 11 man, and Toft bt another linn's man. and the two speeches show It." Mr. Clnyton'R own speech con tains 7'i words. Mr llrynu agmsl to a plnn to oc- gnnlxi' tho southern vote In northern states It Is estlmuhsl tnat tbaro aro lisi.O'1 soiitheru votes In New York state alone. Thero U a .heavy south ern rote In Indiana, Illinois und Ohio. Southern Bryan Club la New York, A letter came from New York saying that a llryuu eouthoru club wan being rgunUcd lu that city and that Gen eral Henry IC. Douglas, formerly of Mali laud, would probably bo at the head ot It. General Douglas com- iirindisl a brigade In Fltit-IIugh Lee's rps lo ul:l. li Colonel Ilrjun's regi ment Is'Iou'.'ihI hi the Spanish war, and the two men got acquainted nt that line. Ilieryihlng wns put In renrtlncss for Hie tiotllleiiHon toinomnv. Major Finnk W. llinwn, chnlnnan of the arrangements committee, nn- uomicinl that he had obtitlnisl the last siihsctlitlon to the fund of $.MI0 with nhli b to defray the expenses of the ftiiii-l I011 Tin- inert b ints and residents nlntig the st iceis on tthli-h the simple p.ir.ulc will iniite i-oiii the Hotel Lin coln to Hi stati house grounds have leisinited their buildings nnd houses. 1 iiiisi1i-iiou. among the decorations nre l:i .ran lliliiigniplis. It Is said that 17.IIKI f he-e tiel-e dlstl Ibllleil III the 1 Itj ami i-onuiy t.lihhi tbo past week. i'iiiup.ii.il!i .-'j few Taft lithographs are In etiileiiisi. either 111 the city or ell fit oils. The disposition of the Republican leaders scene, to be not to mnr the h.-it-iiiotij oi the uonp-irllsan character of the uniHii'iilliin ctcii by Insisting upon a ilsii.it of T.ift mid Sherman pictures. Conferences In Lincoln. Today lull". Hunt conferences hy the lieiuis-r.itlc managers will ho held In Lincoln One of these will be between drill in-ill Muck mid the members of the executive committer- und the other between Mr. Matk ami the committee appointed to lomplle the campaign text book, lu the afternoon It Is ex pected that Mr. Mack will go out to Fiilrtiew. ti licre he and tho Democrat ic nominee will discuss tbo general nspeit und conduct of the campaign. Tin- tui Iff spisch of Mr. Ilryan, t be dellvcicd at Des Moines, la., on Aug. 'Jl, mis sent to the printers. Mr. llryuu at once begun work oa his speech on the Inists which ho will make at Iiiill.iii:iiolis on Aug, 2ti, upon the occasion of the notification of John W. Kent of his nomination for tho Uco presidency. ' Death of Woman Writer. Rostoti, Aug. 11. Mrs. Louise Chan dler Moiilton. (be well known ntithor, .ll.-.l nl her home here after an Illness of morn than eight months. Mrs. Moiilton ttas horn at Pomfret, Conn., April in, KW She made her first vciitiiic lu literature In writing short stoi les mul poems when only fifteen .tears old At titent.v-tlie her literary nicicss was well established, nnd she contrltiiitiil regularly lo Harper's, the Atlantic und other magazines. Root and Choate to Preside. New Yoik. Aug 11. Secretary of State Hlllm Knot ami Joseph II. Choate. former ambassador to the court of St .lames, will preside over the lii-piiblli-iiii state convention which Is to be lie III In Saratoga, prob ably 1111 Sent. II This announcement mis mini.' by Chairman Timothy I. Wiiniliiirr of the liepubltcan state com- milieu. Want to Standardize Poultry. Nlaeurn falls. N Y, Aug. 11-The Anna I. an Poultrj association, In con telitloli helo .Ipploved 11 tuolemellt tc nsli the poultry club of Fnglatid to iqe liolnt 11 nlnlttee to meet the nssts la tlon and prepare a tanduid which I hull be Intel tuttliinul A tnair 10 i. iltiy husbandly Is also rnoessraend. td lot Anitulin collages. Accuse Saratoga Sheriff, Saratoga, N Y. Aug ll.-Coples of ibnrg-s of alleged neglect of duty for fail. ii.- to siippn-ss the alleged gam bling at S.u.itogt Springs, with n re quest for hl-i remotnl from otlhe, were vci-vcil upon ShcrltT John llradlcj-, Jr., of Saratogi county by lien Smith, con fidential stenographer to Onvcriior llughes. 'I lie 1 barges tine III. si with linverimr Hughes by Dr. Walter Laid l.itv us thnlrmau of the untlraco track gambling campaign committee, with otlltes In New York. Sheriff Hradley Is summoned to appear In bis oitu de. fense lu the cxecullie chamber ut Al bany nn Aug. 17. The governor has llreited Shetirr llriulley to tllo his all sitcr 10 the t barges by that time. Murderer and Little Victim Die. New Yolk. Aug. U.-Hrnest Sellz, who shot und killed Mrs. Ilerthu Hood nl her Inline In lliimklyri nnd fatally Injured Mrs Hood's jearan.l-nhalf. old daughter, died In the llrnnkljn hos pital from the elTit ts of the wuuud he lulllftcd U...n hliiisclf afler Iho double stiiuilliig. Allic lliusl, the little girl tlctlni of u Inillet from Sellz's let nil cr, has ulu died, TWO SCORE MEN BLOWN UP. In. Killed and Many Injured In Roll- Mill Explosion, 'ork. Pn Am, 11 Vli.., .nn, t "si killed, nearly a score of others more 1 itms seriously injured 11 ml thousand! f dollars worth of property ilaiiuiged y the explosion of a boiler hi the 'ork rolltm: mill. In which ntumt forte men were work lug. The boiler, whtrh wee locnttsl In llts center of the mill, expiate I without n moment's warning, tliouanit of per sons lielng attrnctetl to the scene by toe S11IH.K, A reSCUO nSStr Irn. iot"l-li nmnn. Ized. nnd search for the Isslles was iiistiiiiiea. Ambulances from thn Vnri S,"D,.l,nl Were hiirrtist to tttn e"..n ,iS tt... . plosion, but owing lo the number nf dead and injured delivery wngons nnd other conveyances were pressed Intr sorvlce In order that the tujurrd might i! rusnetl 10 me Hospital. While thn In lo ..-1 n-.,, k.nn uwl after tho bodies of tho dead were InMnp. irriea rrom tne ruins of the building. malnrttv nf ,s.nDn t.tiin.1 t.A.i i...i. heads and Hatha torn from their laV lea and were so badly mangletl that Identity was almost an Inqiosslhlllty. FIVE KILLED IN WRECK. Two Ohio Trolley Cars Mset With Fa tal Results. Dayton, O., Aug. 11. rive persnns are dead, six are probably fatally In jured and fully twenty-fit e others sus tained minor Injuries when two trolley cars crashed together la'tween Sidney and Tlqua on one of the lines of the Western Ohio Traction company. Mistake In orders caused the wreck. It Is said, which hi the worst that has occurred In this section of the state In many years. Doth cars were run ning al a high rate of spissl. While rounding a slight curvo mrh tnotormau cttucht sight nf the ap proaching cur. The two cars met with terrific forte, the Imptut completely telescoping the soulhlsmnd car In which the majority of those killed nnd Injured were psasengors. On lug to tbo remoteness nf the point at whkh tho accident occurred, relief vas slow. It la said that several per sons raay die as a result of their In juries for luck of prompt troatraont. LEGAL MIXUP IN THE THAW CASE. Fight May Gome on Effort to Take Him to Pittsburg. Pittsburg, Aug. 11. Tho probability that some New York tuau may soon succeed Detective Roger O'Mani, now serving as receiver and custodian of the estate of Harry K. Thaw, Is the proposition In the much complicated case most generally discussed today In Pittsburg. This Is based tlm the provisions of the federal bankruptcy law. It Is ndmltted by all having a knowledge of this law that creditors have the right nt their first meeting tn elect a trustee to take charge of nil of the property of a petitioner In bank ruptcy and that such trustee Imme diately supersedes any receiver that may previously have boon appointed by nny other authority. Acting pun this provision. It Is sur mised, the creditors, a majority of whom are residents of New York, are likely to make a concerted move for one of their own selection to net as trustee. Tho fiercest legul fight, however. Is expected bccaiiM) of reports from New York that should un attempt be made to brlug Thaw here District Attorney Jerome of New York, It la suld, will oppose any such move, fearing that If Thaw Is once removed from the Juris diction of New York courts there will be trouble lu having him rcturued to that Jurisdiction. I'ndrr the bank ruptcy law should tho refcreo cull for Thaw and be fall to appear such fail ure would constitute contempt; hence the prospect of a clash between state and federal authorities. Legal authorities here agree Hint there Is no such precedent governing the questions ralstsl In this case, and all arc watching developments with much Interest. Village Makes Schoolhouss 8wap. Oreeiiwbii, Coun., Aug. 11. 1-Mmond (!. Converse, an olllccr of the United States Steel corporation, who hits a 1,'AIO acre estate near Stanwlrh, will give that village 11 new brick school house In ei Ii inge fur the old one that now stands there. Mr. Converse will I1.1 vi- the old siinmlhntisc meted Into bis fstitic, as Ii is oter a hundred years old ami be wishes lo present- It, Tyros In Convention, lloslon, Aug. U. State and city milled In 11 cordial Mel 'nine to tho HmIi.i-.iIs nllelnliiie the fnl tv-flfth nil. ti tin I convention of I lie International Typographical union, the seventh an linal convention of the International SleriKitypers and F.lcetrotypers' union, l.u 1sllers' Trade District union. II subordinate organization, and the Wo- niatrs Auxiliary of the I, 1 . u. Turkish Minister Recalled, London, Aug. 11 Dispatches ris'elv cd I'loni Constautliiople establish Ik toii.t doubt the fact that Mchiued All lley. the Ttiiklsh minister at Washing ton, has been retailed. Titls action nt tho porle. It Is understood, Is due to (he changed conditions In Turkey and tn the formation of a new ministry. Weather Forecast, Showers; light to fresh south winds. Live Stock Markets. CATTI.l:- Supply light:. market steady; rtinli-o, KllnaCrsj; (.rime, $.aH.33; Mai calvi m, JiaT.M Hons - It.cdnts fair: market slow prima heavies, mediums and heavy York ers, ISSIit:0; Hunt Yorkers, bl.C0ali.75; nlKs. xtvwtftMi: roughs. xra&.7S. SIIHCP AMI I.AMUS - Supply fair; niarkil stesily, hut lower; prima welliers It aia! CD; culls nnd culiilnon, l?&3; lambs HdS. General Markets, New York. Aug. 10. ItPTTrcn-flteady. ritra western cream ery, zic : extra neart.y prints, as F.tlfiS-l'irni, Pciinsylianta aad other ntarliy Itrats. free cases. lc nl mark Pennsylvania and other nearby, current rt-ct Ipls, lu ri-tiirnat.lu cases. At. at mark western nrsts. free ruses, zio. nt mars. wtsttrn, current rept-lpis, tree cases, auc. at mark. CIIKKSK - Rteadrt New York full creams, chnlrr. i4e.: New York full t reams, fstr 10 iinuil. llUaltc. LIVi: I'OULTUY-lluli-i. but steady; fnttls, latiHllc ; old roosters, 10c.; spring chickens. lfslse. IlltHHUF.l) POITLTflY-Hleady; frtsh killed funis, choirs, ISallHo.; do., fair to Kood, llaltc, old roosters, (Hn.; nearby broilers, l!lc , western hrollora, ICalso. POTATO Rleady; choice, ier barrel, 111 1; (sir to toe, per tuural, tLftt) NUMBER 15 GUIDE EATEN BY CANNIBALS Fate of Missing Canadiaa Learned. DEVOURED BY EMPLOYERS Woodsmsn Find Rsmnant. of Mana Body Bearing Marks of Human Teeth and Search Is Being Mad. For Two Men Who Hired Him Strangers Looked Upon With Suspicion by Na tives, Who Fear to Aceept Employ ment In Forest of Wild Country, Ottawa, Aug. 11, There no longer bt doubt that August Ix-mlcux, a miss ing gulds of tho MlAtasalal lako coun try, wns slain untl eaten hy two men who oroployod him to show them the wny to I.-tke WahwanlpL WiHslsmen who hare searched tha reglou for their mlaulng colleague re port they found the remnants of his ltody ami hurled them. They say thoy are on the trail of the cannibals and hope tn come up with them. .The extraordinary case haa created consternation throughout the country, and guides are fearful about engaging themselves to strangers passing through the forests. Thero la 'appre hension In the Lakt Cblhoubamoo re gion that the cannibals may become- bi drier nnd slay settlers In lonely places. Tho unennny character ef th strangers has led to armed man mak ing a search of tha forests for many miles. Tho verification of the story that remnants of the body of Lcmleux had been found showing all the Indications of human teeth has come In tha form of nn affidavit signed hy the ulna woodsmon who trut ctit to teak thsj missing guide. The woodsmen stUl are In th wild Cblhoubamoo district, bat thtr report Is circumstantial and shows that they romo upon what waa LeaUeux'a body, They swear they will net return until they have run down the nan eaters. What trace th starchta woodsmen have of tho men b not known. It la the wildest kind of country, and It probably will be many days before th nine man hunters report again. REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE. Party Campaign Heads lo Held Meet ing In Chloago. Now York, Aug. 11. All tha Repub lican campaign heads will coafar In Chicago nn Friday. Chairman Hitch cock will leave today fir not Springs, Vn., whern ho will meet ur. Taft and Arthur I. Vorys of Ohio. He will be Joined In Chicago by Tressurar Shel don, Richard V. Oulahaa, director of tbo literary bureau, and General T. Coleman Du Pont, director of the speukera' bureau. These officials will be met by the western campaign heads for a general consultation. William Haywnrd, now secretary of the committee, will be In Chicago and nt once go on duty. Ho la to be,' In fact, tbe western head of the cam paign. Mr. Hitchcock will give but little time to the west for the present at least. He will be back In this city next Monday, This is sooner than he orig inally Intended, but he has shifted hla schedule ao as to bo more la New York. Taft Back In Hot 8prlngs. not Springs, Vn., Aug. 11. William II. Taft, accompanied by Mrs. Taft and Oeneral Clarence R. Edwards, chief ot the Insular bureau ot the war department, reached hero from tbe Grecnbrlar (W. Vo,) county horse show, where they went last Friday. Several hours were devoted by Mr. Taft to an accumulation of mall. Tho West Virginia Republican factional fight Is attracting much attention here, but Mr. Taft. refuses to enter It Too Much Water For Prohlblilewist. Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 11. Eugene W. Chntln, Prohibition candidate for pres. Ident, narrowly escaped drowning while swimming In the Y. M. C A. pool. Creat effort was made to keep the Incident qulat, and Mr, Cbafin now refers tor It as "groping about in th bottom of the pool." Three young mta rescued him Chip Hats. Tho manufacture of chip hats and plaits Is 1 cry ancient and character istic of tho province of Modcna, Italy, having been Introduced at Carpi at the' iH'glunlng nf the sixteenth century by Nlcolo niondn. Its Inventor. The chip is made through a siioclal process) from 11 willow tree grown on tbe banks of the Po. Dutch Sound Us on Venezuela. The Hague. Aug. ll.The foreign minister of the Netherlands had a lung talk with Arthur M. Iteatipre, the American minister here, the subject being the dispute Isdween Venezuela and the Netherlands whl. h resulted ' In the expulsion by President Castro nf JonkhisT de Ileus, tbe Dutt h min ister In Caracas. The Dutc'i foreign oltice Is nnxl'.lis to as, t rtalll the views of the Ameil.an got ernme'it and the nttlluile Washington Is lllelv to adopt lu the varying coiillngcncl s that may arise. Fire Near California Big Trees. Snuora, Oil., Aug. 11. i'lie is raging near the grove of big trees tn Cala veras county, twenty miles north of Sonnm. Although the tl-imes liuve reai-fusl the south grote, wherein aro " some of the sequoias, It Is not believed tbe big trees nre In danger, na they stand In marshy ground, where tlifl fire could scarcely find dry material to feed on A large force of illcti has gone to light the tire, however. This gnivo Is Hie Marlposn big tree grove In Yoscinlte park. Sixty Arrests In Alabama, nirmiiigham, Ala., Aug. 11. Mori an sixty arrests of re-roe-i and for ci, tiers have been inntle In connection Willi tbe shooing Into a train bearing strike breakers mul soldiers near Him ton, In which three iiien were killed nnd llftifii burl. Many titlxens nf lllriiiliigbiiiu are asking the govern or to ilts hire 11111 rt l.i I law In the mining llstrlct. Northwest Does Not Need Men. St. Paul, Minn., Aug, 11, Following visit made to North Dakota and afler a conference with Ooternor Ilurke and other officials of the state, Lutsir Com nilssliincr Williams nf Minnesota saya that Instead of thero lielng employ meal In tbe harvest Holds for 18,000 at 0,0OO sien, 1,000 will b lotky U thf v? r Ml . fsV. -)s? s ' ij 4. af k &