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-IOCHE. c. w. oABaiiojr. riuiitn NEVADA, NORTHWEST NOTES 'A The OregohAgricultural college de feated 'tBeTJnlvertty- of Washington In a Held meet at Corvalis, Ore., by the score of 71 to 51. ,.; a It In announced that John L. Sulli ran and Charlas Muchull have signed articles for a flfleen-round fight Id Ta- coma, September 19. . ? Town Marshal Lucy on trial at Canyon City, Ore, fdr' shooting and Killing Hickman, a bartender, at that place a few days ago. , The, ajtorneys lor Colonel ,W..F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) have filed In the district court at Sheridan, Wyo., a motion for a now trial of hie divorce suit. Jerry Slattety, charged with the murder, at Uutte, of Patrick Maloney, has secured a change of venue to Lewis, and Clark county. , The Juries disagreed in two trials of his case. Charles Haskell, a farmer, shot him self through the head, while on spree at Baker City, Ore., death result ing an hour later: It la thought his mind beoame unbalanced through drink. ' ' Manion females, -a -. miner, was crushed todeath by a fall of rock In .tha. JJarnoRjging mine at Kendall, yla)i. f males wasj 3f,, years of age and liad been married" but time. ? . - .. An immense sugar. ; beet factory, larger in every detail than the plants In California, Is to be established la Carson valley 4 near Reno, Nevada. The enterprise ineau JJie', doubling of the population of Carson valley. i Charles Glenn of Butte, representa tive In the last legislature mini Sil ver Bow county and president of the Ojeman Mining company of Butte, baa been adjudged guilty- of contempt of court and sentenced to forty days la Jail. i ' Edwin W. Toole, brother . of ' Gov- ernor Toole of Montana, died at Hel- '"""Hib, on the 17th, after an illness of iBeveral months. For over forty years 'he had been one of the foremost mem bers of the Montana bar, coming from Missouri to Montana In 1863.' Woodson Gray, who resides near El- gln.Ore., and who was charged and convicted of ,.,the murder of Archie Halgarth,1 over ji year ago,1 has been taken to the penitentiary at Salem to serve a term of seven years." It is case that grew out of a quarrel that ;had been brewing for years between these two men. The trial of J. H. McBane, who is Charged with the murder of the Trast brothers tak place ,at Enterprise, Ore., this week. McBane was from Colorado and had taken up a home Btead In Wallowa county and which the TrajKs brothers had . jumped, 1 he claimed, amTsays that he killed them in self-defense. ANOTHER LIFE SAVED. "' Mrs. G. W. Fooks, of Salisbury, MA, wife of G. W. Fooka, Sheriff of Wico mico County, says: "I suf fered with kid ney complaint for eight years. It came on me gradu ally. I felt tired and weak, was short of breath and was trou bled with bloating after and my limbs were badly One doctor told me it would finally turn to Brlght's disease. I was laid up at one time for three weeks. I had not taken Doun's Kidney Pills more than three days when the dis tressing aching across my back 61tap peared, and I was soon entirely cured." For sale by all dealers. Prlve 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. ' Incorrigible Girl. A girl of twelve was committed to a reform school from a London court recently. She had stolen money from her mother, taken on her little broth er's clothes and sold them, and boiled the family cat alive. eating, swollen. BLUEBEARD HOCH CONVICTED. TEA How has so dainty a drink as tea gone over the world so far, and made friends so . many? What Scotch Scone Is. "The Scotch scone," says Simeon Ford, "is a kind of cross between a dog biscuit and a porous plaster. It has the Objectionable feature of both and the virtues of neither 1 TEA promotes light thinking and ' light conversation. Tea time is the time for light thought and talk. -i Tramps Abound In England! At Wellington, a little town Jn the west of England of only 7,000 Inhabi tants, no fewer than 5.245 tramps had to be accommodated last year. Murderer and Bigamist Will Pay Pen alty on the Gallows. " Chicago. Johann Hoch, who, by hit own confession, is several times a bigamist, and who Is charged by the police with having married at least forty women in the past fifteen yean, was found guilty of murder Fri day and the death penalty recommend ed by a Jury In Judge Kersten's court The crime for which Hoch will be led to the gallows was the murder of his last known wife, Mrs. Marie Welcker jHoch. Hoch bad bt?n married to this woman but a few days when the became suddenly ill and died. He then formed an alliance with the sister of the dead woman and, securing the lat ter' money, fled from Chicago, Thl woman. In quest of revenge, notified the police that Hoch bad poisoned her sister, and a search for Hoch was be gun. : He was found two weeks later in New York and brought back to Chi cago and confronted by several of bis aupposed wives. During the trial ex pert testimony was offered by the state that Hoch had poUoned the woman by administering arsenic. "Well, I guess it's all off with John, groaned Hoch, as tbe verdict was read in court, and it was plain he was greatly affected. He had sat In a stooping position, but when the dread ed word "death" was reached he jturned pale, stared hopelessly at the jurors, and then sank limp In his chair. ,' Hoch's attorneys will ask for a new ;trial, although the condemned man, after reaching his cell, declared he was ready to die and would be better satisfied if they did not make the ef fort. j WE CAN MAKE THEM HERE. J WAS AFTER .A RECORD. ! i Andrew J. Bess of Baker Cily, Ore., recently wrote to the postmaster at his old home , In 'Kentucky, for five pounds of the best twist tobacco, and also to put him lit correspondence with some young Jady who might marry him. Last week Bess was niar ! rled to a young Jady who took up fhe correspondence with blot. Miles Fuller, aged 65, has been found guilty of murder in the first de gree at Butte, for killing William Gal lihan in that city last fall. Galllhan and Fuller were both prospectors. iThey had quarreled more than twenty years ago, and Fuller cherished the grudge. He shot Gallihaniand then plunged a knife Into his body, Darwin J. Cliadwick, special land agent at Great Falls, Mont., was found dead in bed Saturday morning. He is supposed to have died from paralysis, having had a shock some ten years ago. ' He was In good health when he retired at night. , j ; , , (, James R, Southwjck, aged 16 years, la a iprlsoner in the county jail at Great Falls, Mont., having confessed that ho. stole 20?.?0 in cash, $440 in negotiable paper and $007 worth of diamonds aud other jewelry from his 'employer, Max L. Goldstein. The supreme cjmirt of : Oregon has handed down a decision upholding the anti-poorroom'Ta,-' which prohibits v .jikteplng of pool rooms.and such places a being against the peace, dlgnlly and public morals. The law Is ex- -trwety -broatt in cop,.-. it is charged by the coroner's Jury that James Fobs, whose charred body was round in the ashes of his cabin, ... eighteen ml!e,s south of Hood River! v - Cre.ca'ma 4t his' death from v rid. Ifhote-athe Winds qf. Frank Rle's. Ries ; j " -V tj'relusejMo talk. ., i, f P maajfled body- f Charles Fish f found on .the Union V;,V JfrCk . -Rock 'Springs. jSifVfyo v and .-. ,the : authorities , believe i -' Jighbaugh was mhrdered by his Iramp Vr"fpar;Ion''?'hls",uolr Placed on :v v'V" v4"8 lo cover up tne crime t VKVoknown tramp recently converted "V- 1 auditorium ''of' the First Baptist a v, '-Brni VPWMW Inta, a lodging ';- and sPent several nights there. ? mad "bw' of eushlons back of " Hplt.'and turned furniture and 4 !et.ovable objects to keep warm. Stanklow- LoorsUl " was ' killed at We don't know, in this country, how good tea is the most of us some of us do. It isn't the tea's fault Absence of dough is apt bakers crusty. to make Do You Want the Earth? The Earth tells of opportunities for farmers, stock-raisers, fruit-growers, merchants, and professional men in the great southwest. It describes cljmate, soil, crops, In dustries; and social life. It contains inrormation that cannot be obtained from any gther source. It does not deal in theorv ami prophecy, and Its facts am in n n.. legitimately obtained and correct. THE EARTH IS FREE. For a copy write C. v. Wo T. ft a. F, Ry. Co., Salt Ike Cltyi Utah, Secretary Taft Will Buy no More For- j eign Made Ships. Washington. Secretary Taft ha decided not to buy any foreign-built ships at present nor to purchase abroad any material for the Panama construction beyond needs for Imme diate use. This decision does not mean that the president and Secretary Taft have In any degree changed the policy recently announced to govern purenases for the canal work, it be ing explained that they do not Intend to take advantage of the present sit uation by stocking up heavily in ma terial and ships In anticipation of re strictive legislation by congress at its next session. It is said on the authority of the president that Secretary Taft would gladly receive any instructions from congress and execute them in the spirit In which the legislation Is con ceived. But as the law stands the material must be bought In the cheap est market, In view of the president, dent, Secretary Taft and Chairman Shouts. 7 fair Damael Wished to Remain Quiet for Flvie MOnutts. The beautiful girl in tb parlor icon was sttraugely silent. "Ethel, dar," queried the young man on the other end! of tbe sofa, his voice quivering with tremulous pa tbos, "have I uffeuded jou?" The maiden fair sbouk her head, buft tittered never a word. "Then," he continued, "why deait you speak? You baiven't uttered word for orairly three minutes." Still more silence oil the part of tbe party of the feminine 'part. "Darling," he saii. .as be placed, his arm gently about tore waiht Hoe of her person, "I cannt bear this stren uous quiet Answer me why don't yon say something?". Oh, George," she eKclaimed. as her head "bargain Counter pompadour and all dropped wltii a dull thud on the solitary cigar In his uppejr vest pock et, "it ha ever been my ambition to accomplish somettuing otU of the or dinary something that would make me famous aed now, just as I was about' to gr.sp fame right by the back of the neck, you butted In and snatch ed It from use. I know I am only a weak Wonkas but had you allowed me to remain silent for five consecutive minutes I wiwild have brokon all pre vious records' Cincinnati Inquirer. Back it Work Again. Buffalo, M Y, May 2Cnd (Spe cial) Cripple y Kidney Disease till he could not stand on his feet for the hours required . at his trade, F, R. j McLean, 90 East Ferry St., this city, had to quit work -entirely. Now he's back at work again and he 4cm not hesitate to give the credit ta Dodd's Kidney Pills. "Yes," Mr. McLean says "I was too bad, I bad to quit. I coukj not stand on my feet for the meceswiry hours. It was Kidney Disease I had. and a friend advised me to try Dodd's Kid ney Pills. I did so and after using tlx bntes am completely cured and am irklnt! as steadily as be tore I was sick. I recommend Dodd's Pills to any one afflicted with Kidney trou-1 ble." There Is no form' of Kidney Disease Dodds Kidney Pills wlU not cure They ahvays cure Brlght's Ddeease. the most most advanced and deadly tags of Kidney Disease. GRIP'S UGLY SEQUEL j ETEES STIFF, HANDS HELPLESS, RHEUMATISM BEAfi HEAET. v NEWS SVMMARY V Hrs. Van firoy Kiparicncai Dangerous After-KITcrU from Crip and Iwu ValiM of a Blood Itemed The grip leaves behind it weakened vital powers, thin blood, impaired di. gestmn and oversensitive nerves condition that makes the system an easy prey to pneumonia, bronchitis, rbeuniax ti.suu nervous prostration, aud even con snaiption. The story told by scores of victims of the grip is substantially the same. One was tortured by terrible pains at the bum of tbe skull; another was left tired, faint and iu every way wretched from auottuia or scantiness of blood; another had horrible headaches, was uervons aud couldn't sleep; another was left with weak longs, difficulty in breathing and acute neuralgia. Iu every case relief vrai sought in vain nntil the great blood builder and uorve-tonic. Dr. Williams' Miik Pills, wasnsed. For quickness and thoroughneas of action uothiiig is known that will approach it Mrs. Van Sony makes a statement that supports this claim. She says "I had a severe attack of grip and, be fore I had fully recovered, rheumatism set iu and tormcuted me for three months. I was in a badly run-down state. Soon after it began I was so lame for a week that I could hardly walk. It kept growing steadily worse aud at last I had to give up completely and for three weeks I was obliged to keep my bed. My knees were so stiff I couldn't bend them, and my hands were perfectly helpless. Then the pains began to threaten uiy heart aud thoroughly ajarmea me. " While I was suffering in this way I chanced to run across a little book that told about the merits of Dr. Williams' Pmk Pills. The statements in it im pressed me and led me to buy a box. These puis proved tbe very thing I needed, Improvement set iu as soon as I began The Dagblatt expresses the belief that King Oscar will resume the reins of government on June 1. In a collision between two freight jtralns two miles south of Echols, KyM eight men were killed and four In jured. Ivan Kaleleff, who asHassinaied Grand Duke Berglus, February 17, at Moscow, was executed at St. Peters burg on the 1 7th. The tolal number of deaths as the result of the tornado at Snyder, Okla homa, according to tho best estimate obtainable. Is uinety-seven. The United Brethren general con- ference at Topeka. Kans, voted in favor of union with the Congrega tional and Methodist Protestant churches. At Cale, I. T a man named White head shot and killed his stepdaughter, also a man named Turrill and Terrlli's wife and mother, and then shot and killed himself. The SlO.non.iMiQ Carnegie fund to es tablish a retiring pension fund for col. lege teachers hasleen formally incor. porated at Albany, N. Y., with the sec retary of state. Most of tho rivers in northern and central Italy are overflowing, owing to almost continuous rains for six days. Thousands of acres of farming lands are under water. Morris W. Algoe has been held un. der bonds to the district court, undee the charge of having attempted to blackmail Edward Rosewater, pro prietor of the Omaha Bee. A policeman was found dead at LIVING TOO HASTILY AMERICAN WOMEN BREAK DOWN Irretrularltiee and Female rw,.. menta Ifcuult - Cured by LvAu '2 ttnknam's Vegetable OompouJ' Owing to our mode and mannw living, and the nervous haste of ever. woman to accomplish just o a2 each day. it is sal, that therU nt5 one woman in twenty-five but suffers with some derangement of tha female organism, and this is tha a...! V aj u u J u a4 ' U p 'aT HVIUrS, No woman can be amiable lio-hl. hearted and happy; a jov to her La. FAULTS OF THE MISTRESS. Laws may be repealed, but It's dltror. ent with oranges. 'i - "v"1-1 6t-.uaiterd, Wash ' He watstck;t)y a ying vSUck, which ' -Penetrated his bodjv ten feet of Mt protruding from his back where It - came through. The stick was twenty four feet long and one by four lathes in ize, TEA How can Schillirg's Best be better than other good tea? Same as with everything else. Men differ; men's things differ. , s Tour trocar returna your monar II jou don't Uka It Regarding Honesty. "Honesty Is the best policy." re- marked a plaintiff in the court of Judge Addison, of London. "May be," replied the Judge, ."but I know some people who seem to have got alons Terr well without it." TEA Don't touch it at less than 60c lb; it isn't worth while. We know the market. Tour trow return rour mour If .nn n... Uka Schlllloa-'a Beat. Odd Way to Earn Living. A woman who was a plaintiff In an action In London court said she earned her living by lending out silk skirts, hats and feathers to working tfirla for holidays. , : The best "cheap" tea is hot water; don't spoil good water with trash tea... - ' Vour arorer relnrm jour mono, ton oW UiaSFktllltia'a Oaat. . All FEAR BROWN MEN. Frenchman Predicts Japanese Invas ion of Indo-Chlna. rans. m. Francois Deloncle (re publican) deputy for Indo-Chlna has submitted to the special parliament ary committee on naval affairs a re markable report on the urgent neces sity for strengthening the defenses of .Indo-Chlna against the peril of a Jap anese invasion. "Indo-China, says, "has only two enemies to fear, miiieiy, japan alone, or China en couraged and supported by Japan me lormer constitutes a roal rlon.o. for Japan has much to gain and little to nsic, and her Isolated poslton umnea ner almost invulnerable to ns, uuuiu, in a iew weks, throw 100 wu men into Indo-Chlna. and easily ..--ciiiuice mis nrst landing party. mo nrst pnase of such a struggle u.u lunBiHi or japan s efforts to se cure mastery of the sea in order to re- imorce ner troops. Celestials Threaten to Boycott American Products. Washington. All hope of the suc cess of the pending negotiations of mo uew ininese exclusion treaty has for the present beeen abandoned by the Chinese officials as a result of the wave oi resentment that has swept uuo, since it oecame known that It was planned to transfer the ne gotiations to Peking and that the de partment of commmerce and labor insisting upon its own tnterpre- , ! cAi-iuHion law. Reports .0..0 .cni-iieu me uninese legation of extent or mis reeling throughout viuurse em m re ann or tho hotn ity of the Chinese commmerelaj to American goods, which might re sult, It Is asserted, in a general boy cott against American products, even ;ra it possiDie to conclude the ex clusion treaty now. The Chinese legation here declares that there is no intention of bringing suit in the supreme court of the Unit ed Slates In behalf of the Chinese ex cluded or deported, In view of the treaty of 188S All such infringements of that treaty, the legation holds to be fffmplomatic matters entirely and an' appeal will be had, not to the courts, but the state department. Not She Always as Considerate at Might Be. The capable mlstresa Is generally the most tVmsIderate. and tbore Is no question bu that she is the strongest -n..i.i. factor in the production of whatever ,7 " , 7 good service if gtvan In the household 90 ' durin tn ale. to tiJie them, audit was very marked by Alexandropol, Tramicaucasia. He had lime x nail mushed tbe first bnr. Fqmr boxes made me a well woman." Mrs. Laura M. Van Scot lives at No. 20 Thorpe street, Danbary, Conn. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are eonallv wnll adapted for any other of the diseases that ioiiow in tne tram of grip. They are old by all druggists. Old Castle Is Ruined. Rossbrln Castle, once a stronghold of the O'Mahony clan, on the coast of West Cork, near Schull, having with stood many a storm, was almost com pletely demolished In a recent gale. A breach made in the walls during a siege by Sir George Carew in Queen s time proved the weak All Thing to Him Who Hustles. Being dlsaatisfled with your job li a poor way to show that your pay ought to be raised. Chicago Record- Herald. - . mra. mnaiow a nomiunR Hymn. for rtilldran teethlnn. aofteoa tha uraa, reduce k Uoa,aUajrapejn,cui-Mwui4f)ouu, SbcaboUia, Getting Even. A New York woman is suing her mother-in-law for 125,000. 'This la practical. A man who disliked his mother-in-law to that extent would fSbllshly make Jokes about her and think he was getting square. Buffalo Express.. . Piso's Curt Is the test, me4iclne we ever used ter a)l affections of the throat and luhgs. Wa O. JEHBSLJT, Vanburen, Ind., feb. 10, 1900. A man may he fast asieon on.i JCir to get oui oi Ills own way when awaka, Will Return to Ancient Faith. St. PetersburgUnder the grant of religious freedom the heads of the non-orthodox religions are making preparations for evangelical work. Last Sunday an orthodox Russian took communion in the Anglo-Ameri-can church, an act which heretofore would have subjected not only the communicant, but Ue pastor of the church to severe penalties. Thirty Hebrew of St. Petersburg who had become orthodox have formally ap plied or permission to return to their aacif at faith. to-day, writes Jne Serymour Klink, ir we Atlantic. Neveo-theless, she Is sometimes Inconsiderate, and in this way: She tan "tarn off work" so quickly herself that sh often forgets otners have not the same faculty. Girls in a new pYace are often slow Just because they ane so nervously anxious to please. A oapuble mistress, impatient because tmUtgs are not mov ing so rapidly as she lWws they can move, does not always giive a maid the two weeks," trial, by whfch she could do herself Justice. Again, the capable mistress comes irsto the kitch en to make cake. Everything Is ready to her hand, and ehe whisks up the cake In a few minutes, telling Jane to bake it carefully. She goes up stairs and contrasts her ouickness 1 with Jane' slowness, forgetting that she had neither placed things in readi ness, nor cleared them away, neither j superintended the baking. A Watershed. i Many of us have a very hazy Idea of what is meant by a watershed. Here. Is somebody's unsuccessful attemDt: A watershed to a thing that when the soil in part of a river stands straight np on one slide and slants tremendous-.' ly the other side, the water la obliged to go up tbe soil on one side and cemie slantlnir down the other side that Is what they call a watershed. GREAT CHANGE BABY CAME NEAR DYING. Collier In French Water. Saigon, French Cochin-Chlna. Forty-three colliers, mostly Russian and German, arrived and anchored oft Nha Be under the supervision of the French gunboat Caronade. Twenty similar ships are off Cape St. James, near here, under the sunervlainn nt the French cruiser D'Asaas. The Rus sian transport Kieff Is still in tha com. merclal port of Saigon. No more di rect news of the Russian fleet la ay. pected here beyond what miirht ha ra, J celved from refugee. :; From Change In Food. The brain depends much more on the stomach than We are apt to sup pose until we take thought in the mat ter. Feed the stomach on proper food easy to digest and containing tbe proper amount of phosphates and the healthy brain will respond to all de mands. A notable housewtfe In Buf falo writes: . ' The doctor diagnosed my trouble as a 'nervous affection of the atom1 ach.' I was actually so nervous that I could not sit still for flve minutes to read the newspaper, and to attend to my household duties was simply Impossible. I doctored all fine time with remedies, but medicine did no good, "My physician put me on all sorts of diet, and I tried many lino's of cereal foods, but none of thenti agreed with me. I was almost discouraged. and when I tried Grape-Nuts I did so with many misgivings I had. no faith that It would succeed where every thing else had failed. "But It did succeed, and yon don't now how glad I am that I tried It feel like a new person, I have gain ed In weight and I don't have that terrible burning sensation In my stom ach any more. I feel so strong again that I am surprised at myself. The street noises that used to Irritate me so, I never notice now, and my mind Is so clear that my household duties are a real pleasure." -Name given by Postum Co.; Battle ! creek, Mich. There's a reason. " Now why was this great change mane in mis woman? The stomach and the brain had not been supplied with the right kind of rood to rebuild and strengthen the nerve center In these organ. It Is absolute folly to try to do this with medicine. There Is but one sure way and that Is to quit the old food that ha failed and take on Grane-tCnta food which Is more than half digested In the process of manufacture and is rich in the phosphate of potash con tained In the natural grain, which unites with albumen and water the only three substances that will make up tne sort gray filling In the thou sands of delicate nerve centres In the brain and body. Grape-Nuts food is a sure road back to health 1b all uch case - From an Awful 8kln Humor Scratched Till Blood Ran Wasted to a Skeleton Speedily Cured by Cutlcura. "When three months old my boy oroke out with an Itching, watery rash all over his body, and he would scratch till the blood ran. We tried nearly everything, but he grew worse, wasting to a. skeleton, and we feared be would die. He slept only when in our arms. The first application of Cutlcura soothed him so that he slept in nis cradle lor tbe first time in many weeks. One set of Cutlcura made a complete and permanent cure. (Signed) Mrs. M. C. Maltland. Jasner. uniano. - Increase in Church Member. Ten years ago In England the church communicants numbered only one In eighteen of the population; now th proportion Is one In fifteen. Mats or Ohio. Oitt or Tolido. t Linus Oocty. r P.r"1.TofJhC.US;"5"tlt,f 0"?.t h. !. Mies 71 A. W.GLEASOS, ol?ei';n;;t!riVFa!? lntrnallr and acta Take Hail', F,mll, Pm, for cn,,,,, In Johannesburg, "Johannesburg as a town surprises and disappoints," writes a South Af rican traveler, "it has been put up In a hurry and Is mostly built of cor. rugated lron. There Rre Z . , ' u uy OI stucco- an1 in rnprnnha ake.ii am w- ,iuues. mere are wide ... ,cle, 0U, mey are all dusty. Com missioner street Is the main artery ltatlon of America, sky-scrapers have uuul, wnicn domineer over the '""""" "-nan me old Tort does. Sun day In Johannesburg is honored in ui una not in tha nh., Johannesburg is a young thing yet' not out or its teens, but It apes the "'"""" "i lemuries. TEA A money challenge A money challenge A money challenge A money challenge ' ro.ir arorer return, rour money If rou doc.1 oae shllUnr. Beat. ' " ben knocked down during the night, terribly beaten, his nose and eari cut off and his eyes gouged out. The Dutch steamship Wilhelmlna, captured by a Japanese torpedo-boat destroyer while on her way to Vladi vostok with Cardiff coal, has ben de clared confiscated by the prize court at Sasebo, Seventeen men imprisoned at Bar- celonla, Spain, for connection wltti anarchistic adalrs, were released oa the 18th, on the occasion of the cele bration of the nineteenth birthday of King Alfonso. The flood waters of the Rio Grande having completely washed away all their crops, hundreds of people are suffering near Berino, N. M., and ap peals have been made for aid to El Paso and elsewhere. News has been received in Manila that Pala, the outlaw Moro chief, who has been pursued the past two weeks on the island of Jolo by troops under the commmand of General Leonard Wood, has been killed me calkin's block at Kenosha, Wis., in which the postofllce was h cated, has been burned to the ground. John Smith, a painter's apprentice, was killed and one of the postofllce employees was overcome by smoke. Ihe Jury In the trial of Dr. G. R. Koch, charged with the murder of Dr I. A. Bebhardt at New Ulm, Minn., last November, was unable to agree on a verdict and has been discharged. This was the second disagreement in the band and children, and perform tha duties incumbent upon her, when she I nfferinff with backache, headaoh-: nervousness, sleeplessness, bearing down pains, displacement of the womb pinal weakness or ovarian troobles Irritability and snappy retorts taka th place of pleasantness, and all un. shine is driven out of the home and ...c mo rvtu uj UDUg great enemy womb trouble. Read this letter: Dear Mrs. Pinkham: i ".I WM Wr1 f?r ht 7n w,th in- lanti which broke down my hnalth and brought on extreme nervoUKnosi and dejnon. dency Lydla B. Plnkbani'a VetaMe pound proved to be the only medicine which vliMd me. Day bv day I improved in health while taking it until I waa entirely cured. I can attend to my social and houaehold dutiel and thoroughly en Joy life once nioro, as LriZ K. Pink-hams Vegetable Compound hwiiada' me a well woman, without an I Mr Cheater Curry, U Saratoga ritrert. East Boston, Maw. """ At the first indication of ill r,iii. painful or irregular - menstruation, nam In the side, headache, backache bearing-down pains, nervousness or " the blues," secure at once a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's VeirRtahl. ru pound and begin its use. ST. MARK'S HOSffi SALT LAKE CITY O. HUNTIWC, Superintendent ALFALFA SEED BAILEY & SONS 1- M. INO BO. V., LT LAK 0ITY, UTAH Are headquarter! for the beat quality Alfalfa Seed, alao ttraaa and ;ur.!un Grain Bwa, Twine, etc. In .eed buslnei.40 r Mall orders given ipeolal attention. The Solitary in Families. Thou, who In love createst, hast set the solitary in families, and there in life has an Infinite increase, and .by ita endless multiplications. Th; heart's beauty of fellowship has mad! the countless fellows of the human life. Mind. TEA We are friend to you and your grocer; faithful to both. SflhllHna-a Beat la a food foot-m'i to him with. Some Chinese Name. The Chinese are not entiroi tent with the names which ri,n In various lands have given to countries and in consequence thev have Invented names of their own for them, some of which are very ant and descriptive. For Instance, France is called "Fa-Ko " the land of lawC ness; Germany is "Te-Ko," the virtu ous country; England is "Ting-Ko" uiwu.ius iann, and America "Mei-Ko." the beautiful land. Is Recreation. Recreation should promote content ment But recreation ha Its danger, it taken In proper proportion It con duces to the charm of life. Taken In undue amounts It satiates. Man was MS28i? WOrk and t0 Ive M mind to high things. That is the reason of his existence. Pastimes are .imni. . . cuperatlves; In their place they are essential, but out of place they are de-bllltatlng.-Exctiaoge. '" The committee of the house of com mons has commenced the considera tion of the bill providing for the in stallation in London of electric light ana pneumatic tube systems similar to those in use in America. J. p. Mor gan is among the promoters of the company. T . . . . . jiupresentatives or Chicago street railway companies last week declared their willingness to sell their traction properties to the municipality. The value to be placed upon the lines and the terms of sale wer muk nnwhn. ivi imuiB consideration. A. D. McDougall of Prescott Ariz.. is dead, and three other men, A. Pack ard, a machinist; Charles Card and wmiam Kimball, were rendered un conscious as the result of poisonous gases encountered In the city water uuubj m eama aarDara, Cal, n 1 w n ' - van al. epencer, a former trusted employe of the Des Moines (Iowa) Na tional bank, has confessed to embez- anng 15,000. Spencer claims he spent the money in paying for medical treat ment ror his invalid son in an en deavor to save the boy s life. Dr. Frederick W. Snlera rtiio. the Booklovers' Magazine is dead at his home in Lansdowne,. a suburb of i nuadelphla, after a short Illness, rir Spelrs was educational director of the uooKlovers' 1 brarv n,i .... i. ifOOklovom' hr. In , Charles Page Bryan, the Ameri,.a minister to Lisbon. department at Washington that official confirmation has been received there of considerable victories hv ih D" ... guese troops of the rebellious natives in Angola. The unit. , uuves Pletely routed. Aid to Longevity, A man, 103 years of age, who bl used tobacco and alcoholic drlnkl since boyhood and Is still robust, sayi he has always carefully avoidoJ dan gerhe hag never ridden on a trolley car or elevated train, and never con sulted a physician. New York Timei TEA What did they do for tea two hundred and fifty years ago! Good Rule for Life. Do not think of your far-Its; still less of others' faults; in every person who comes near you look for what U good and strong; honor that; rejoice In it; and, as you can try to Imitate it. and yoar faults will drop off like dead leaves when their time comes. AmM TEA Gossips' are not the only tongues tea loosens. Test of Good Breeding. To find out how much genuine gool breeding a man has, Just watch him Then he Is angry. This is a sure teat, as aily fool can be agreeable when everything comes his way. TEA Are you acquainted with tea? Is it tea that you know? Are you sure yo know tea? com- Flrst Trade In tha World. ' Two blacksmiths convei Ing as to which was the first trade l , . . . ; Battleforrt 7i w tv. v ' i "Tla- ne Ins sted that It mu oauieiord, N. W. T.. has beon iinbnj ho. . . . mai nn aiiti, .v . " Karnuning, ana quoieu NorThern t?LW0rl:1' the Canadian Glf- "Adam was put into tW ng Just en- warden of Eden to dress It and keeP Northern track-lnvnr. v,'o.,i division terminus: Tho S An effort to drive ;.... .... oL? the win- dam an. , .ln Ainster- life of Mr . , rK' n"cost the a an' filing stepped ot :B;, womn which broke. sheleingek"eed blaWho!?KCrane,0Wner0ftheC'-buHeou?.LSnefr0m Italians In his saloon, be positivelv T.r ru"; "elore "ylng as tho I- '"'"u vmcent Mago - - ".-u m nreu the oht : " . . , mi- uenies th crime rioimiI t t5" , as warm conee neing ) bed when the Lh h5 waa ln 6ume. then the statement epre f t-" "Ay. Jnhn " rotnrtnA the othe'i who had stood up for his own trad "but wha made the spades?" DON'T FORGET A lam Jot parkiwe tied Ctorh Ball Blue, ow eoeDta. Tbe Kuss Company, South 'Living on Simple Food.., The statement that a man can exl" on y, kilos (31-3 nounds) of T' bread consumed dally is, of court purely theoretical, inasmuch as no on U able to live on rye bread alone W a length of time. But If the bread l made more palatable by the addltloj Of htlltar' canaooAa nr tha Hk A Slid " ' Some other fnnrl la mihstltilted eveff f day tor part of the bread, such a le'' w I I - ".until j what actually happens with many P8 oie. - !