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You may take as little or as much of each as desired. Paid in claims to policy holders, p .tnfarb'. $100,000 ram in claims to Duluth policy holders, over....... 15,000 No liabilities. No claims due and unpaid. No claims in litigation. References: Insur t ance Commissioner, St. Paul; R. G. , , l ....uuiUUV,!) VJk. A till, JV. , Dun & Co.; Dradstrcct's Mer- tdnuie Agency; JMannc National Bank, Duluth. ii in -eral 0frers are made to reliable agents on ry commissions and renewal. Call w or address the General Manager. . special Inducements made to those ttno insure within the next sixty days. Call at once. 707i 708, 7O9, 710 Palladio Building, Duluth, Minn. JOHNSON O.C.UARTMAN, i.v,T?ldcnt .Vice-President. ia.I D. CivIFF, General Manager. ; UW. L ABBAHAHSOH. District ail Local lint, Lock Cox 66, Calumot. Mich. Bargain. s eaauy take rank hh the eminent artist throughout the country. Marvelous Growth. Members. Cash Surplus. None $12,708.50 44,735.14 G9,822.51 93,032.18 $71 $ 5,211.74 17,721.22 18,519:71 20,178.05 5 fSlaarlu m C . . rs. ,j a WUUIB iviore Keceivo Bad Injuries. REMIT OF k HOILEK EXPLOSION. TUm bi.a.trr Oreurs In , yri, of llle llolll,la,burg Iron and Nail Company ...o,.,T.iMirg, i'.Tn Work, rrmo tlcallj Wrecked by the. Force of the K .lo.l,,MI.I,lKatt Man, Wife an.l Two iniitirrn lreinatL UOLI.IDATSlllUG, Pa, Jrta 31. Fire forsons we ro killed and nearly a enure in. lureu, some or them fata lv. bv th plosion of tho lario thirtv.inrh .riin.i.,- boiler in tho work of tho Hollidaysburg truii ami an couijiany Thursday. Tho boiler was blown through the roof of tho worm jou foet In midair, and mine Balling flown llfo a ppeut rotket, crushing inrougn mo ro.jf in another rienart ment of tho work. Tho entiro nf Wa precipitated to the flnnr lu.tow i, K forco of tho i xplosion and the work wero y.m iimuy wret keii. ine explosion wa sufficient to rock the earth with tho force of an cacthnuitko broko hundretl of windows at a quarter vt a in i iu irunt Lim mill All I pliysiciann wero called to the works to lu-t rw n tiiL4ir.lt.il ..it j .i "iwm l'.is ur luti ivuuuuoj. There Was tint irronfnat nvrltint. tho wrecked building nnd thelainllics of tug uu aim WOUIUlet weni Trnnl In tr HI, nei The iH'Mil aiitl Inliirfd. CJeorge Iino, m.ion, wan found cruslied iiu a iimes iidiss uiuler the holler; t on VHIIH. helner. fr.irllin.il kL nll. T..vl 1 1 reese. LVrear-uhl .hiv ,rr-,.i.i.l ,,tr by Uy wheel; two iiiiknown tnimpH, who i.ui ih en lying near the lurnaee, were xiried in the ruin. The wounded are: Samuel Keppharf. tiddler, scald -d about face and body, will lie; Koliert McMurray, puddler, scalded it) it.t face an.l h.ylv uill I.',l- "ramer, HiiiM-Hntendeiit if the n'ill, aev I 111 I M lrflk(ll 11 1 1 1 1 IID'lil .nr S-imtidil Miirk4. DUildleP t.viri.1v tivit.!..l . 1..)i. Woonier, puddler, scalded and hip broken; may die; Flnley 1'Vrguson, puddler, -verely m-aldcd; George Moore, wheeler, uiernai injuries; naviu .Mcuioskey, htma if nail department, badly Injured about ho biidv: MuruhnM '..im l,.lu,.r.. cl badly injurod, may die; John llefferin, Irnnm nf (.. ...... .1:.. . .. lock, roller, rut ulumr lioml ltlwrf. f.irL-d II.t)iII.i,. ..II., broken, Internal Injuries, may die; Uan- lll OllnVblf (.fllllli.. Inl..n.il lr;...l. William Harsock, hoatcr, several b nllly iniories: I):tnlel Avnn timlillor hnjll In. Jiired altout the body. Tho only employes 1 . . 1 r - t . uimijuuu wrru vrainer, iuo engineer, anu ... I . .1 . 1 I'siejr viney, 1110 urcman FASIILV CKK.MATKO. rallior, Mother nnd Two Young Sons Itnrued to IH aMu M Ait.iii AM., Mich., Jan. 31. Ham Pago, wife and two young sons, 8 years and 8 month, respectively, wero en trapped and burned to death in their home in Marengo township, tlx miles southeast of thU city, at 2 o'clock Thurs day morning Harvey l'ago and family occupied one-half of tho double loghouse where they lived, hi brother Wilbur and family tho other half. Tho latter family, however, slept on tho first floor. Harvey s family slept upstairs. hen Wilbur discovered the lire he and his hired man tried vainly to reach the help less people upstairs, who were overeomo by smoke and burned to death. There was but ono window In tho upstairs room. The house burned to the ground nnd tho botllen, horribly charred, fell into tho ctd lar. TIIK HOOK COIIArSI'li. Sevcuty-I'lva Wedding Gih-mL l'rrHpltated into th Cellar. SAMU'sKT. O., Jan. 81 Ono hundred and fifty guests had asseiu bled at tho homo of Albert H. H iker, near this city, to attend the wed llnqr of Maker's daugh ter. Just as tho ceremony Was alxiut to begin the floor suddenly gave way, pro- ioitatlnif about soventv-llve ihod1o into tho cellar, a distance of ten foot. Fortu nately the lamp was extinguished, but candles set nro to tho clothing of hoiiio ol the Women and a panic ensued. The pco nlo wero ttiied four and live deen and it was somo time before tho fire was extin guished and the truest extricated from' the cellar. Mrs. 11. X. Xorton was fatally In lured and William Arnold and William Starr wero badly hurt, while many others received less serious Injuries Accident III n omelter Work. LKADVIU.E, Colo., Jan. IP. The pap Jacket of a blast furnace was blown out at the Arkansas alley sinelur ihurs y, allowing the red hot metal and slag to escape. Tlio following workmen wero Injured: James Towers, terribly humed id cut about head, has concussion of tho brain and will probably die; H. Miln, face ,-eroIy burned, right arm broken; Mich I Berbaehop, slightly burned. Another Foldlng-Iled TragiMly. Fostokia. O., Jan. M A folding bud closed upon Mrs. M. H. Hohreer, wlfo of tho traveling passenger agent of tho Mo bile and Ohio, and her mother, Mrs. 1. ;selman. Mr. Uohrecr manage to kick tho end out of the bed and crawl ou. he is fatally Injured. Mrs. hsselman 111 recover. t 4iot Caught la the Cog. Xew YoKK, Jan. 81. A United States cad f.. (leoriro Craey. assigned to the A mcrican lino stoaniship St. Louis, was can ight by tlio right leg ednesday in ino sofa big wheel In tho St. Louis en cg gine room. The leg was Droncn in iwo place. Kim Down by m TolMiggan. EK!K, Fa, Jan. 31. Mrs. Alexander 8cl affer, a pi-omlnent society woman in Corry, was fatally Injured Wodnesdny ...i.... mi PHiutot survive tho night. its on ft long ioookk"" f""T fer down ns she was crossing the street. Two Men Fatally Wounded. MiiKTuoMEUY. Ala . Jn- 81. Xows has been receiveil front Centervllle, Ala., to l he effect that tfo largo ooiicrs vi n.ino Hr..' sawmill esphKled. laiany youuu- Intf James My n M a rauwiciir. Cnlenoii eea III fceat. WamiinoToN, J..u 3.. I'he housoeleo- io.nm.tU.. No. 1 h;tsdeldl(d tho tiol Col Cied CISO Ol - fro , the Fur h Texas uwnw tn lavi r oi v iiiiit-imui. Tliecon iiu !,nt made i.u rpiK-arauce Uloio the test !fin i I ' i K IIkIII ACK ONKING CARLOS. . , m , , ,. , NATIONAL LEGISLATURE. i IDTCT lUM WIRfiRR AuarehUI Throw a Mont at Hint and lilts III Aide. LlfcHox, Jan 81. While ' King Carlos wns returning to the palace Thursday after a drive In an open carriage, accom panied by an aiile-do-canip, an anarchist workman threw ston at his mnjesty. carlos I of roimr.AL. The missile, however, hit the aide-de camp, who jumped from the carriage und S'lzed and held the anarchist until thj latter was urreel bjtjthe police. The prisoner was removed hutlng cheers for social revolution. .i; DEFIEJ THE FACULTY. Twenty-One Meuiher of Ihn Ottawa, Kan., Culver. My Kkelled. Ottawa, Jan. ;U. Twenty-ono young men, all members of the sophomore class, wero rxpellcd from Ottawa university Thursdiy morning fur having di lied the faculty by giving a banquet to tho feuii nine memlicr c-f the class at a down town restaurant after lO:."! o'clock Wednestlay iilglit. The authorities or the university had not seriously objoete 1 to the banquet wheu the matter was proposed to them. but they had Insisted that it should be held at a seasonable !.oui. Thursday morning after the order had been defied tho class was arraigned before tho presl dent. Snno of tlio young ladies were In tears. All ox the young students were asked to sign a declaration of regret for tho occurrence. All of the young women and two of tho youths readily compiled and were rcstoml to graoo. Twenty-one youths remained obdurate however, and wcroexncll d. . ,; DECLARES FOr PEACE. National Hoard TradeSend (Greeting to the llriti.u Commercial Hotly. Washisoto.v, Jan. el Tho Xational Board of Trade, at its closing session Thursdayt by unanimous rising vole, directed tho president ofJjio board to send ino iouowing peaco sentiment to tne As sociated Cliainbers of Commerce, London, i-ng. : "The National Hoard of Trade of tho United States, assembled In annual meet ing at Washington, semis gnetings to the Associated Cliainbers of Commerce of Great Hritain, reciprocating all tho friendly sentiment uttered by tho Kn- gllsh commercial Iwdies, and expresses the earnest wish that commerce and re ligion, representing tho great progressive and civilizing forces of tlio world, may honorably avert collision between tho English-speaking nations who, more than any other, represent the sentiment: 'l'eace on earth, gojd will to men.' " SULLIVAN BADLY HUVT. I'ngillst Conllnetl lo III lied at rlng- lleld Danger of Krynlpela. SlMtlNUKlKLn, Ills, Jan ai. John Law rence Sullivan is confined to his bod at tho Palace hotel, and will not bo ablo to leave it for a week. His troupe left for Kast St. Louis Thursday morning. Dr. J. X. Dixon, tho attending physician, says : "Sullivan is In a precarious condition, ami has sustained serious wounds that may result in fatal complications. The wound on his heac will sloiig away and may cause erysipelas. Both of his eyes arc closed tight nnd ho suffers much pain. He will not lie able to lo.ivo his bed for a week.' lie Is not drinking, and is attended by his wife. . His recovery will depend upon the healing of tho wound In his head. He Is Internally Injured also. I believe I can bring him around, but i t will bo a scratch." Thieve in a I'nlveraily. Chicago, Jan. 81. For several days potty .thieving lias been going on at the Xorthwestern university, and tho Hlieo aro watching for . tho otTon dors. Three overcoats were taken Wodnediy from the coatrooui In University hall. The miss Ing coats b; longed W. X. Carcher, I. L. Perkins, and L. A. Mlson, who were at tending a class exercise when tho gar ments wero taken. On luesday morn ing Miss Lois Hice lost her pockctbook containing -J In Woman's hall. She left her purse on a dresser in her room, and it was taken while sho was absent for a few minutes. Many other small thefts have been reported. ColILioa on the lull. BttADFOKD, Po., Jan. 31. Passenger train Xo. 8 on the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg railroad collided with a south bound freight train at Whlstletown, flvo miles north of Hldgeway Wednesday. Conductor Isaao Kissel ef this placo was badly Injured, nnd tho other trainmen were ulso hurt, more or less seriously, but there were no fatalities Tlv paasongors on train Xo. 8 were more fortunate. While they were all shaken up violently by the shock, they escaped serious Injur ies. That there was no loss of life Is mar velous Cleveland's Hunting Trio, Washington, Jan. 31. President CIcto- land, accompanied by Dr. O'IMlly, reached Washington from his brief shoot ing trip to Quantlco on the Potomac river about u o'clock Wednesday night. The return J mrney was made on the light house tender Maple. Captain Lambcrun ef the tender Joined tho president In the sport which tiok place Just oft; g-.iantlcj while Dr. O'Uollly remained aboard. Thlr teen ducks was the result of tho day's sport. .... ' rretldenti-kJ Komlaallua. WAMllNUToy, Jan. 31 The president Thursday Si-nt to the senate the iiomlua tin of John II. liucK to oe collector ol Uftoms. district of Miami, O fn Honor of tha Late Ambassa dor Theodore Runyon. EMI'KKO.'l U II LI A M KEPItESl'M tl. Toachiiig Tribute to the AmerlrauUui aud felerling Vlrlur of thu lect-ad liellv red by Itev. Ir. Dickie I Xreinn tif Sympathy for the I umily Itemarkablo htena in Traf.tlg.ir fia.tre, London, In Memory of Charles 1 Foreign Notes. BEItLIN, Jan. ai Memorial service were hold at noon Thursday at St.George's chapel In honor of tlio lato Mr. Theodore Uunyon, United 'States ambassador to Germany. All of the 3KJ goats of tho sa t red edifice were occupied by a distinguish ed congregation and the imposing look Ing catafalque upon which' the remains rested was burled under 11 .ml olTering-i from tho deceased statesman's admirers. Including tributes of respect from Kin- peror William of Germany, the empress, ex-Kmpress Frederick, tho German foreign ollleo, tho menilHTs of I lie diphmatlo corps, the American olony an I German friends of Mr. Uunyon In addition them were handsome floral tributes from tho stafif of the American embassy and that of the United Mates coiisiil.ite here. KinM-ror WIMI.uit Keitresented. The emperor was uuub.o to U- prcsciir, at the services a Wtvas i.opt away by aw Important; vabtiUt mccUiig His. ma jesty, however, was represented by tlui Adjutant Couui von l'usscn. 1 ho Em press and I lie cx-Kiu.ri ss of Germany were represented nt the chapel bv higii court ol'delaU , and Prince Frederick Leo pold of KiinsU wi s present in JxTsoli. Iho Itev. Dr. D.ikio male the fu neral adilnss It was a touch ing tribute to tho Americanism ami Sterling virtues of tho deceased At th close of tin.- memorial service the mem bers of the diphi. initio corp', the German ofliccr and oliieis pit sent pascd In 111 i before tho widokV uud family of the de censed, who were agisted by tlio chief aoe rotary ol tli.. I'nitcd Matin embassy, Mr. John 11 J.icLm.u. They- all expressed condolence' with Mr ituiiyon's family. .uir.l of llmior. Atletaehmeut of troop was drawn uj ueiore ino ci.urcn n a guard ot honor. At his bii-l Inlay reception on Monday last, when M . J.H kMMi ivpivscntett tho L'nttel States, tiie einpemr -poke foeiiugiy of tlio death of Mr. Uunyon and added n few Wonts showing bis appreciation of the do- ecus u man ability and patriotism. His majos:y alsj sent his aide- de-camp, Count von Moltke, t. Mrs. Kuiiyou with instructions to expre4 tho emperor's sympathy with her unit her family in their bereavement. Th) American colony held a meeting at J o'clock Tim slay alternoou to cxnros symyathy with Mr. Unnyon's family, ami passed resolutions of condolence with them r.ud of a spect for I ho deceased. IN S11MOUV or CII.VRLU I. Kxtritordlusi s,.,.,. Tuki I'Ihcm In Traa alj.ar vijuare, lindou. London, Jan. 31. An extraordinary scene was wit ne.-seil on Trafalgar squaro here during the early morning Tliursday. This was tiie anniversary of tho execution of Charles 1 of Filmland, w ho was K licad- cd by order of a Special high court of jus tice, appointed by the house of commons. Tho king was executed In front of thu Banqueting house, White Hall, whlc! leads up to Trafalgar square from West minster, on Jan. 30, lMi.i. Thursday' morning many small parties of so-calla l "legitimists" arrive I at Trafalgar squaro with floral w Tenths bearing divers inscrip tions. These offering they attempted tn place at tlio faot of tho status of Charles I. Tho first of i!:o "legitimists" to aii- pear arrived at 3 o'clock in the morning and many others came as the day wore on. 'lhe police, however, compelled them t remove tho wreaths, as such a demonstra tion Is contrary to law. The crowd. which at no time was very large, obeyed; and then, with uncovered heads, they re peated tho Collect, referring to tho so- called "martyred sovereign." Then tht "legitimists offered up prayers for tho dead king. Hue w lien tho demonstration began to attract too much attention, they wero dispersed by the police. During tho illuming other admirers of King Chancs 1 came singly to the statue on Trafalgar square, ana, apparently by orders received from the chief of police, at Scotland Yard, a number of beautiful wreaths of flowers, Inscribed "In Memory of the WhiM King," were allowed to U placed at th foot of tho pedestal and to remain then' during I he early p ut of tho day. ; Renewal of Massacre Feared. ' CoNSTANTISorii, Jan. 31. A renewal of tho massacres at Aintah, Amssla and Van Is feared and the ambassadors of the pow ers have called the uttention of tho porta to tho alarming rumors In circulation. Letter received la-re from tlio insurgents of Zoitoun say no excesses wero commit ted by them until they heard of tlio mas sacre at Marash. Then they took venge ance on the Turk. ii Additional Warships. Vlaiuvostock, Jan. 31. Xows comes from Yokohama that tho English squad ron in tho Pacific is being augtnontod by tlx warships. At the samo time a ronsid crablo Increase Is being made In tho Jan aneso navy England and' Japan aro evi dently preparing energetically to meet possiblo complications arising out of tlio Corean nnd Husso-Chlncse understand ing. Hunter Lose a Vole. Frankfout, Ky . Jan. 11 The first break In tho Hunter rank incurred Tliursday when Dr J. K. Chamlicr of Kenton voted for Judge W. II Holt of Frankfort. The announcement of Cham bers' vote caused a cry to po up among the anti-Hunter people, who declared that it wa all over with that candidate. Whether thl will turn out to be the rao or not remains to bo seen Judge Hell's friends.lt I said, assert thai If ail the Republican will go to hint, ho can bo elected THE DEATH RECORD. Dr. W, H. Fl im.ss. prominent Unitar ian divine, at 1'lnl t.lclplil.t. Hon. JAVka H IU.V'.RIIK.K, at Saud ich. Ills. Dr. G. F. M Ao.il . o rrosident of Iowa- college, at Grintull. I t. General AKTiit'It t . Dl'C AT, soldier, civil engineer and Insurance man, at Clil catro. 1 IlkNnv M WoLK. wt'l'-kiiutvu fay deal er, t Cllien;t.. . rroeeoJlng of the la th freliate and lloasa of Uepresentatlve. Wasuinoton, Jan. 31. In the smut Thursday Halo reported back the urgent deficiency appropriation bill and (rave uo tlc that he would ask to take It up Friday. A bill was passed providing for tho appointment by the secretary of war or a chaplain for the United States Mili tary academy. A committee amendment to the bill was agreed to making the presl dviiit the appointing power. Morrill called up tho bill fur the payment to the widow of the late Samuel F. Miller, justice of tlio supreme court, a sum equal to tiie balance of Ms salary for tho year In which he died. Morrill ex plained that the ju slice had left ouly a house, encumbered by IIO.OUO. and that the widow's circumstances were sucii as to make the appropriation delrable Tho bill was passed. . Tiie house adjourned' early Tliursday alter passing the Pisde widows' (tension bill, a bill to grant Omaha (he use of the abandoned x ort Omaha military reserva tion, and to open forest reservations In Colonulo to locution Of mining claims PARDON FOR HUGH DEMPSEY. labor Leaders at l itt.burrf l.J'c Over Their Friend's Kelvase. PlTTSBL'lUi, Jan. 31 Thoro is great ro- joicing among the lubor leaders over tho news that the state pardon board had rec ommended tiie pardon of Hugh Dempsey, cx-distrlct master workman of the Knights of Labor, who was three years ago sen tencod to seven years' imprisonment in tho ltiversiile penitentiary tor felonlus a sault and battery In causing poison to bo administered to tho non-union men at the Homesu-ad mill of the Carnegie Steel company after tho great strike of 12. Bcatty and Gallagher, who were con victed at the same time f TjgMnp'Iritr tho polsoningyti5jait fiT prlson U is probablo a demonstration will bo ur ranged by tho lalr union In celebration of Demps.y's release. , GUNBDAT HELENA LAUNCHED. Daughter of Mayor Steele of the Mont una City Chrisleus the New Vessel. XewpoKT Xews, Va-t Jau. 31. The now gunboat Helena, named after Montana's capital, was lnuncliiHl Thursday. Tho city was gayly decorated and Its residents, who turned out in numlx-rs, were re-en forced by large delegations from othe. towns in this section. The honored cus tom of breaking a bottle of wine across tho bows and christening tho vessel wiis performed by Miss, Angcs B.lle Steele, daughter of Mayor Steele of Helena, Mont., who beaded a delegation . of lead ing residents of thst state. Senators Car ter and Mantle and Jiepresentatlve Hart man wero also present, w hile tho navy 2o partmcnt was' represented . by Assistant Secretary MeAdoo. Aport loumsnt Uerlwred IuValid. IsDIANAPOljis, ( Jan.' :U1. The supreme court Thursday'aftcrhoon dH;lared Invalid tho lglslat!sapponkimweof 1 passed by tho Hepublicnns. The caso o ime up from Sullivan couuty and invo'.r ed tho appportlonmont act also of lb 3, passi'd by Democrat. This also gos down as unconstitutional. Br a former decision tho apportionments of 1)1 nnd l'SSU wero found invalid. The decision makes It necessary to go back to the act of lSo, which Is the last apportionment act passed that has not been successfully attacked. Spooner Indorsed for Henatnr. West Superior, Wis , Jan. 31 The massmoeting Wednesday night to boom John C. Spooner for president wa at tended by representative Republicans. A message from Mr. Spooner said that ho desired that no steps 1 taken In the di rection indicated, but personal friends of his hero stated ho desired to return to the United States senate, and he was unani mously indorsed for that position. A Spooner club will bo formed to support him In any political undertaking. fined for Kidnaping. XfcWAKK. O., Jan. 31. Mrs. Jane Strickler was taken before Siulre Fair- child at Kirkersvlllo and fined for kid naping Willis Vadakln's bride. The old woman was opposed to the match of hor granddaughter to Yadakln, but the young people loved ardeutly and eloped. Mrs. Strickler reached tho parson's house with in a few minutes after tho ceremony, and while tho bridegroom was sbcnt she made tho bride climb Into her buggy and re turn to Kirkerstown. Ilreaeh of l'romisa Suit, plTTUUHO, -Tan. 31. Mrs. M. A. Comnn, formerly In business for herself In Xew York city, but living In tho fashionable East End of-tills' city, has eutered a suit for breach of promise against Colonel E.: II. Dyer, president of the Kanawna Oil company, asking ttl.UOO damn go. Col onel Dyer Is about yj years of ago, a bach elor, end ono of the prominont oil produc ers of Pittsburg. Two ( (inventions for Nebraska. Lincoln, Jan. 31. The Republican state central committee has practically divided to call two state conventions, the first for the election of delegates to the national convention at 3t. Louis, the last for tho nomination of stato oflixjrs Thursday, April 3), Is tlio day most favorably mentioned by tho inombers of tho committee for the delegate conven tion Acquitted of the Chare. Kansas City, Jau 81 Herman L. Mueller, charged with cmbcxzllng tlf'tM from the Sehiitz Brewing company whilo acting as its IsKikkeeper in this city, has Ivcii acquit ted after a throe-days' trial. Ho was arrested last June and tne grand jury later founJ nine true bills against him. And ThU Happened la Host on I Hi is Tux, Jan. 31. The Standard saye that. Bishop Benjamin W. Arnett, DD., f Wlllx'rforoe, O., who will sp?ak at the Christian Endeavor convention to Jay, was refused a room at three of the loading hotels in tats city last night by reason of his color. Chairman IMckU Will Resign. Lansing, Mich , Jan. 81. Samuel Dickie of Albion has announced that he will refne to serve longer than through this year's convention as chairman of the Prohibition national committee. He bag been chairman for live years. lor aim New Hatlleshipa. . Washington, Jan. 31. Barth tt of Xew Ytik has Introduced a Joint resolution authorizing tho construction of six now b.i'tleship to cost not more than 13,3 , no leach, exclusive ot armament, (or which pu,Uuu,iM is appropriated. Trusted Clerk of a Lumber Firm Goes Wrong. CHlX kS FOKGKDf OU LARGE SUBS. Ilenry,!tl. fowls, a Yaluad and Trastad En ploya of m Huston Firm, A a d f Kmbescllng J O.OOO Th CksssN Urn Had of Carrying on His DUhaaesI Prac tices Huuks Lose the Moat mt th Mom; . Had No Had UablU. Boston, Jan. 81. Harry M. Fowls, hitherto a valued and trusted clerk of the Hhcpard & Morse Lumber company, was arrested Wednesday, and II la expected th charges of forgery and embezzlement preferred against him will aggregate 150, 0X), the figures already given out being 117,013. It appears that but first down ward steps were takon In October, laV3. On Powlo's person was found 130 In cash, a loaded revolver and two envelopes, on ono of which he had written "Private m4 no., Harry M. Fovcle. To be barned unoiened in case of death." This led Chief Watts to believe that Fowle would have shot himself when arrested bad be had the opportunity or Inclination. . Itetalled List of Checks. In another envelop was found a de tailed list of checks which he bad taken from unsuspicious employers. The cash sums which he embezzled varied from fOO to to JO per month, or about Su.OJO in all. mis win no a total joss to tne company, while the banks will lose the greater par of tho forged amounts. These banks are located all over the country, anl there aro so many of them that no one will sus tain a heavy loss As ledger clerk for the firm, he handle 1 chock In large numbers, and In the absence of the cashier the cash receipts, which, a a rule were paid In checks on bank. He had no bad habits, but lived bettor than his tl.ouo salary would allow. Fowlo was very cool at first, but finally eonfe-sod. PATC OW'S NEW JOB. II Writes a Humorous Letter te A. W. lire w sir r. His Altqruej. M. JosKl'll, Mo.. Jan. o!-Senator A. W. Brewster, who defended Pat Crow, the Burlington train rublx r, who got off with a sentence of two years In prison, Thurs day received a humorous letter from the desperado at Jefferson City. Crow is in the tailoring department of the prison. Crow write; "I would like to make a little trip to St. Joseph, but at present It is ab solute impossible fur me to get away from my business. Tuna aro good here, and everybody Uvea economically. In this place the labor question seems to have reached a happy solution. In all of my acquaintance here I know of no one seeking employment Every tody, except those physically Inca pacitated, has plenty of work, and aa an evidenou of lhe urgent deruaud existing. for gHsl workmen, I may say that those who are sick have absolute assurance of job as soon at they become able to work. I am under contract to remain here for several months yet " Crow is wanted in Chicago, Denver, and Minneapolis for bold highway robber ies. five Crooks Locked I p. Boston. Jan. Si. -Chief Inspector Watt with four oflleers arrested five professional crooks Wednesday, two wl;h burglars kits and all armed with 32-cnliber revolv er. The arrest is the most Important made for months by the polloe depart ment. Several davs ago Chief Watte learned from Xew York that these men bad started for Boston, and Wednesday night located them. Henry J. Kelly, alias Eddie Kelly, aged 31, and George W. Townsetid, aged '.'!. were captured after a lively tussle with the ofliv-crs, and Jack Arthur, alia Henry B. Lowrcy, and Will lam Gray, alias George Perry, were capt ured while sleep In a south end bouse. All drew their revolvers, but were disarmed and overtHJwcrcd Tho Treasnry Has Hop. Washington, Jan 31. Owing to the favorable conditions now existing in the foreign exchange market the treasury de partment is hoping that quite large, ship- . ments of gold will ls made from abroad to be used in malting payments- for the - bonds to be Issued, jtibder the , call now f pending and If this should prove to be the case It is understood that It will be the policy of the department to offer every facility In Its power to those who propose to use the Imported gold In pay ment of the several Installments. rrofetsnr's Son Ohm Wroag. Xew Haven, Conn., Jan. 31. X re- markable story of wrong-doing, Invovllog tho theft of 110,000 worth of the most rare specimens of taxidermy, eta., in Pea body institute at Yale by a prof essor's sow. a college graduate, came to light Wednes day night. Albert II. Verrll, Yale 'W, son of Professor Addison Verrll, has been charged with tho theft, but It Is under stood that he will not be arrested. At a late hour be wag gtlll at liberty. The theft of specimens dates back several years. Kooning Behind Financially. Saginaw, Mich., Jan. 81. At Wednes day's session of the Masonio grand lodge of Michigan a resolution that the grand lodge accept t he management and prop erty of the Masonle Home association al Grand Rapid, was defeated by a small majority. Tho home property, val ued at 1100,000, hag been run ning behind financially for eoane time, on account;of uncertain revenue, the only support It has had being voluntary contributions from various lodge In the State Wealthy Teiaa Aisasalaatss, HorsToN, Tex , Jan. 31. Thornae'Irer- cr, aged ?'!, wealthiest man In Washing ton county, was assassinated Wednesday in hi oilloe by unknown parties, the mo tive being robbery. His body wag found horrify unit listed . in an underground cistern He mad a Urge cash sale Tuee day, but deposited all his money, and the murderer got nothing. There will he a lynching when the perpetrators ar caught . AtiM'iulnient to the Mlver DHL Washington, Jan 31 Senator Bake has Intro lu. vil n amendment to the sil ver bill now before the senate providing that any rsrs4M who takes silver or gold to the mint to bo coined shall take an equally valuable amount of th . otbet metal and have both coined. The amend ment sets forth that the purpose Is to cure the parity of the two metal. cuniuiilUJW.