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VOLUME 3. NUMBER 145.
DAVID AOLtR a SONS
LINCOLN'S HOME A PARK.
It WiH Be Presented to the National
Lonisvillee, Oct 10.Officials of the
Spanish War Veterans learn that it
will be impossible for them to obtain
control of Lincoln's birtibplaoe, as the
owner. 11. J. Collier of New York, has
decided to present it to the federal
government for a national park.'
The veterans are satisfied with this
arrangement, as they had Intended, if
they got hold of the property, to use it
for a similar purpose but under .their
JUDGE CALHOUN RETURNS.
President's Commissioner to Venezu
ela Reaches New York.
New York, Oct. 10 Judge W. J.
Calhoun, who went to Venezuela sev
eral months ago as a special commis
sioner representing the United States
government, returned to New York
during the day on the steamer Ca
racas. Be will go at once to Wash
California Forest Fires.
Santa Barbara, CaL, Oct. 10.Disas-
trous iorest fires which started above
Santa Barbara swept over a space Ave
miles long and three miles wide, ex
tending along the foothills above Mdn
tecito, Summerland and Carpenteria.
The flames have burned over thirty
ranches and. destroyed houses, barns
and other buildings on twelve farms.
The loss to the ranches in buildings
alone is tfiO.onn
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great deal of the workmanship is
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for square dealing
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WILL ESCA*PE "MOB VENGEANCE.
Texas Negro Captured and Jailed by
Houston, Tex., Oct 10.Monk Gib
son, the negro accused of complicity
in the murder of the Conditt family at
Edna, has been captured and safely
lodged in the Edna jaiL The troops
sent by the governor are still quar
tered at Edna and Gibson will escape
The negro was discovered sleeping
in an outhouse by Walter Warren, col
ored. Warren notified the sheriff, who,
with the militia, lodged the fugitive In
STUDENTS FIGHT FIRE.
Buildings of University of California
Berkeley, CaL, Oct. 10.A fire Is
sweeping over hundreds of acres of
grass and brush adjacent to the state
university grounds, endangering some
of the college buildings. In the midst
of a drill of 1,000 university cadets
President Benjamin Ide Wheeler dis
missed the battalions and personally
led the students to fight the fire.
Earthquake Shocks Continue.
Monteleone, Italy, Oct. 10.A strong
earHiquake shock was felt here at 10
p. in. and caused a panic among the
inhabitants, who are still suffering
from the terror and privations result
ing from the last catastropho.
W. L. HATHAWAY, Disfc Pass. Agent,
322 Nicollet Ave* MINNEAPOLIS.
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DAVID ADIER* SONS
CLOTH IN6 CO
BATTLE WITH THE POLICE
SIOUX CITY OFFICERS INTERFERE
.'.V I N GENERAL FIGHT AND ONE
MAN IS KILLED.
Sioux City, la., Oct. 10.One man
was killed, two seriously injured and
three slightly injured in a desperate
battle fought between three policemen
and alleged drunken rioters in the En
core cluhrooms at an early'' hour of
Tom Carmody was killed by Patrol
man Robert Carraher, Patrick Car
mody was badly clubbed and Patrol
man G. W. Overmire sustained serious
injuries. Patrolmen Sawyer and Car
raher and James Caine were painfully
A general fight was in progress when
the officers rushed to the scene. A
simultaneous attack' was made upon
them by the entire gang and the shoot
ARRESTED IN CHURCH.
Woman Distributes Pamphlet Attack
ing the President.
Washington, Oct. 10.Nadage*Doree,
a Jewish woman, who claims to be an
author, was arrested at St. John's
church for creating a disturbance and
distributing a pamphlet, written by
herself, bitterly attacking President
Roosevelt for what the,,author, said
v.-as his inaction in not forcing Russia
to cease the massacre of Jews and
Armenians. Mrs. Roosevelt attends fc.t
The pamphlet is most bitter and de
nunciatory in tone. It is addressed tr
the -.president. One sentence is, "How
would you like to see Alice Roosevelt
in the arms of a Tartar?"
HEROIC SON FAILS, TO *SAVE.
Butte Woman Ferishes in Destruction
^utter^ibnTT'Ocfr 10.Mrs. Johnr*|
Long was burned to death in a fiW
which destroyed her home and her
fifteen-year-old son was seriously
scorched in an heroic effort to sa*'e
her. Another child was rescued with
great difficulty. Mrs. Long was asleep
wheat the fire broke out and was over
come by the ssnoke. Her husband and
their sou were returning from work
when they discovered the house was on
fire. The father succeded in carrying
out the younger child and the boy
made a futile effort to reach his
Believed to Have Suicided!
Haskell, I. T., Oct. 10.The bodies
of Miss Margaret Lindsay, a.Haskell,
school teacher, and Joseph B. Young of
Bixby, I. T., were found in the road a
few miles ncrth of Haskell. The couple i
had been dead Several hours.
wei*e no marks of violence on the?
ies and it is belisved Miss Lindsay
and Young committed suicide.
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I ^MIDJ1 MINNESOTA, TUESDAf, OCTOBER 10, 1905.
INSANITY HIS DEFENSE
SAlfc SUPERINTENDENT DOUGH-
'IrtTY WILL FIGHT CHARGE
SHORTAGE ALLEGED TO BE 6R0WIN6
BELIEVED TOTAL WILL REACH
THREE QUARTERS OF A MIL-
ii7 HON DOLLARS.
Peoria, HI., Oct. 10.The grand jury
will make a partial report shortly in
which it is expected about 150 addi
tipnal indictments will be filed against
N. C. Dougherty, the defaulting school
superintendent The grand jury is not
yet through and i.t is expected that
before the end of the week indictments
will be returned implicating other
Feorians. It is said on good authority
that Dougherty will not confess, but
that be will plead not guilty and will
put up as defense insanity caused by a
fall from a herse some years ago.
It is estimated now that the short
ages in the sebool fund amounted to
an average of $40,000 a year for most
of the twenty-seven years of Dough
erty's management of the school fund
affairs. It is, believed the total will
Surprising as it may seem Dougherty
does not indicate any anxiety for his
-future. He appears perfectly cool and
talks freely of his affairs. Neither his
speech nor his manner manifests the
mental or physical breakdow%jWjuch
has been credited to him. si**':~*"
Should Be Punished if Guilty.
"If I have done anything wrong,"
he said, "I suppose I ought to be pun
ished for it.'.
"Do you ascribe your present prose
cution to any political influence?" he
"No, I don't," he answered. "It can
be ascribed to the wave of
which seems to be sweeping over the
country. It is shown in the investiga
tion of the life: insurance companies,
in the Milwaukee graft investigation
wind similar-investigations in other cit
ies and in some instances these investi
gations have accomplished a great deal
Reverting to his dealings with the
Peoria National bank Dougherty de
clared that he had no personal knowl
edge of the bank's affairs.
Dougherty, it would appear, was
practically a "dummy" president. As
the head of the banking institution he
received a nominal salary, less than
$1,000 a year. He merely attended the
directors' meetings and concurred in
anything his fellow officers placed be
fore him for approval.
"I am a teacher and not a banker,"
was the way he expressed his position,
"and I left the management of the
bank in the hands of experienced
GOES TO REFORM SCHOOL.
Thirteen-Year-Old Wisconsin Boy Ad-1
mits Killing Playmate.
Appleton, Wis., Oct. 10.Thirteen-
year-old Bernard Supinis voluntarily
appeared in court during the day and
pleaded guilty to killing Frank Murz
iek, a playmate. While struggling for
possession of an old pistol Murzdek
was shot through the heart by Supinis,
who hid the body in some bushes. The
boy was sentenced to the reform
COURT DENIES INJUNCTION
reform and Joseph Ramsey and his personal
advisers are awaiting the decision. The
failure of the injunction suit, which,
if (successful, would-have tied up .a
lari block of Gould stock, is regarded
as a most /important- victory for. the
VICTORY FOR GOULD INTERESTS
& IN FIGHT FOR CONTROL
OF THE WABASH..
St. Louis, OcE. 10.Judge Daniel G.
.Taylor has denied the application of
Joseph Ramsey, Jr., deposed president
the Wabash railroad, for an injunc
tion to restrain the Missouri Pacific
and Iron Mountain roads or their trus
tees from voting Wabash stock held by
or for those railroads in the annual
Wabash election to be held in Toledo
News of the decision was tele
graphed at dnce to Toledo, where
George J. Gould and his supporters
SHIPPING TRADES ALLIANCE.
by President Flannery that the syn
pathetic action of the freight handlers
Several Chicago Labor Organizations
Chicago, Oct. 10. Sympathetic
strikes in Chicago probably will be
more prevalent in the future through
an alliance between the teamsters and
the railway freight handlers. The
name of 1 he new federation is the
Shipping Trades alliance. It aims to
embrace all organized workers whose
occupations bring them into contact in
any way with the transfer of freight.
President P. J. Flannery* of the In
ternational Freight Handlers' union
appeared before the Truck Drivers' lo
cal and explained thet purpose of the
Shipping Trades alliance. The team-,
i stersm regarded the plan to jom forces coughs, colds, chilly sensations, running
in the recent teamsters' strike would Syrup, which ne* a record of
havre ar* leastt prolonged that- struggle.
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Minneapolis, Oct. 9.-VWheatDev.,
ft%c May, 84%@85c. On trackNO.
1 hard, 83 V8c No. 1 Northern. 82%cj
$Jo. 2 Northern, 7*%c i
rPHE Scientific Stations for the Brewing In-
St. Louis, U. S. A.
Orders Promptly Filled by #^1
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TEN CENTS PER WEEKlv
CITIZENS FIGHT BANDITS.
One Killed and Two Wounded in Des-
P*^** Battle. _p $
Wild Rose, Wis., Oct. 10.One ban
flit was killed, two were seriously
wounded and one other was captured
as the result of a desperate fight with
a posse of fifty armed citizens of the
Tillage, aroused by the burglary of the
postofftce and bank.
The bandits were caught in a forest
eight miles from the village and fought
with guns for an hour and a half.
The bandits secured $100 in cash
and $300 in stamps, which, with nitro
glycerin and burglars' tools, were
found on them. They cracked the
outer door of the safe in the State
bank of Wild Rose, but were fright
ened away before reaching the money
No citizens were hurt in the fight/
A FAMILY SAFEGUARD
Dr. Creea arranges with the Niece of Dr. Be*
A, tehee to handle her famous Uncle's Great
and Xun Cure.
QThe best family safeguard is a reliable
household medicine that will cure croup,
eyes and nose,*sore_throat and bronchial
affectionsthat will keep the childrea
proof against all contagious diseases.
IfSueh. a medicine is Boschee's German
the cure om consumption, catarrhJ an_ all
lung and bronchial troubles.
JThe fame of German Syrup' as a con*
sumptive cure, since its purchase by Dr.
Green from the niece of the famous Dr.
Boschee, has extended to all parts of th
earth. It has big sales everywhere. io
qTwo sizes, 25c and 75.. All druggists,
ity Drug- Store.
Bohemia and Bavaria, attest that
Budweiser is not only equal to the best Bohemian
aiid Bavarian beers in all their properties, but ex-
ceeds them in keeping qualities/" JJudweiser is
brewed and bottled only at the home plant of the
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n