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H. C rtCVCDCTBAU Ma,r PIOCHE - - KEY ADA V NEWS SVMMARY v " B. F. Harris, a nerro who killed Ozro Polk at Bering's Mill, Texas, "Just for fun," ha been lynched. The pop haa expressed his approval of the Intention of Italy to undertake the cause of the Jews and of religious liberty at the Algezlras conference. H. Fallieres was re-elected presi dent of the French senate by a large taajorlty. He Is one of the most prominent candidates for the preal Hency of the republic. Isaac Saylor, his daughter, Mrs. Peter Martin, and her Jive, children were burned to death at their home in Pleasant View. Pa., In a Are which destroyed their home. Geronlmo. the famous Apache war rlos-, was married on Christmas day for the eighth time. The bride is Mary Loto, widow of a prominent In dlan who died two years ago. Delegate R. S. Howell tu intro duced In the Virginia assembly a bill to prohibit the game of football . In Virginia. A penalty from $50 to 1100 la prescribed for each often' J. The International Clgarmakera' onion has declared the strike of the Key West clgarmakera off, and work will be resumed at once. The strike ttaa been on nearly two months. By a fall of rock at the 160-foot level of the High Peak mine, near Julian, Cal., Sidney Pettlt, a miner. was killed and W. W. Boswell, the mine superintendent, was badly In jured. Prefect Lunatskevlch was assassi nated at Novomlnsk, Russian Poland, while he was driving in a sleigh from the railway station. His little daugh ter., who was sitting by his side, was wounded. A cable car on the Rue de Belle ville, Paris, descended an Incline at full speed, the brakes not working. The passengers jumped from the car and fifteen were Injured,' three of them dangerously. j The third rlal at San Francisco of iMrs. Minnie "Adams resulted In the Jury returning a verdict of not guilty. She was accused of murdering her ;baby boy seven years , ago by admin istering carbolic acid. : The jury In the case of Mrs. Mary L. McKInney, on trial at Aledp, 111., for cruelty toward a. small child-she had taken to raise, found her guilty, the punishment being an Indetermi nate sentence In prison. , , . . Pat Crowe has been Indicted ,by the PottawotUmie county, Iowa, Brand Jury for alleged complicity in a street car hold-up July 2, 1905, when ' about $60 was secured from two con ductors and a motorman. Nearly 350 persons were kliled or .injured as the outcome of an attack made by cossacks on the Armenian jsemlaary at TlfliB, following the throwing of "two bombs fron) that in stitution at a passing patrol. ' Mrs. Olenna Gost, who was at one .time a domestic in the home of Gov eraor Charles S. Deneen, In Chicago, was acquitted at Murphysboro, 111.; Friday, on a charge of having mur dered Tony Rossi, an Italian. Joe Rousseau, who has been at Bakersfleld, Ore., for some days and who claims Tacoma as his home, has identified George Gilmore, the man who was shot to death by Officer Mort Bell some weeks ago, while attempt ing to escape from custody, as his brother, Henry Rousseau, a resident pt Tacoma. The Tamarack copper mine, at Calumet, Mich., the deepest In the world, is on fire, with three men miss ing and almost certain to have met death in a horrible form half to three quarters of a mile below the earth's surface. The new estimates of the cotton crop of Mexico reduce the amount to ,80,000 bales, which shows far less than was at first anticipated. Much cotton may be lost in the Laguna dis trict, owing to the scarcity of people to pick it Information has been received at San Francisco that the schooner Jen pie Wand, bound from Astoria to La Paz, Lower California, has gone ashore two miles from LaPax, and probably will he a total loss. The crew was saved. The house committee on Indian af fairs decided to report favorably the Curtis bill, which provides tor the winding up of the affairs of . the five civilized tribes in Indian territory and for the disposition of their lands . not yet disposed of. It is stated Id well-informed quar ters that three Spanish warships, the armored cruiser Emperador Carlos, the cruiser Rio De Laplatta and the cruiser Extramadura, have been or dered to proceed to Algeclras and re main there during the Moroccan con JrEce. ; : ; ' Albert Wilson, 30 years of age, whose relatives reside at College Cor per, O., shot himself in the forehead in the presence of hundreds of peo-' pie at Arcade station, Los Angeles,1 and died In the receiving hospital two! hours later. The shot was fired with suicidal Intent - " i General Oku, who commanded the left army during the war. with Rus-f sla, made a triumphal entry Into To-" kio Friday morning. The general and' his staff drove In imperial carriages to the palace. The greatest entbu-. aiasm was manifested by the people) who lined the route. REBELS ARE ACll BEATEN Temporary President of San Domingo is Victorious Over Insurgents. Gunboat Which Want Over to Rebels Will be Returned to Government If Officers and Crew Are Grant ed Pardons. Cape Haytlen, Hayti. A sanguinary and what probably will prove to be the final battle haa taken place near Ouayabln between the troops of Gen eral Caceres the temporary presi dent of Santo Domingo, and the in surgents. The former were victorious. Several generals on both sides were killed or wounded. The gunboat, Independencla, which recently went over to the rebels, in tends, on the advice of Former Pres ident Morales, to return to Santo Do mingo and surrender if the govern ment will guarantee the safety of Its officers and crew. It Is also expected that the governor of Monte Crist! will follow the advice of General Morales and surrender the place provided the necessary guarantees as to safety are given. ALL ON BOARD SAVED. Passengers and Crew Reach Land After Hope Had Been Abandoned. Atlantic City, N. J. After spending twenty-four hours In terrible anxiety lest they be wrecked and swept into the sea, the passengers and crew, six ty In all, of the Clyde line steamer Cherokee, bound from San Domingo for New York, which went aground on the Brigantlne shoals Friday, were rescued late Sunday afternoon and landed at the Inlet here. Captain Archibald. tWn mates mH Iha uhln's carpenter elected to remain aboard the steamer. The rescue was accom panied by Captain Mark Casto and picked crew In the sloop Yacht Al berta, and their experience was al most as thrilling as that of the strand ed passengers. More than a thousand persons greeted the storm-tOBsed par ty as tne sioop sailed Into the Inlet with the report that all hands were safe. RECLAMATION OF ARID LANDS. What the Government Is Doing for the Farmers. Washington. In an address on re clamation workr In the west before the National Geoeranhlcal anriptv C. J. Blanchard of the geologi cal survey declared that ' seventy- seven miles of main canals of river site haye beep built during the three years In which the United States re. clamatlon service haa been organized, and that Irrigation canals Innc ivnnmrh jto span the earth twice and represent- frifl. n , . . 1 . . .. M m ( l nun i"w . i . , "s. Mima m au,vuv,uuu nan oeen built during the past quarter cen tury. "Every year." he said, "this area re- turns a harvest valued at more than HKnnAnnrWl anil 9rtnnnnn T . , -j , v u " ,yvv,vvv awell in harmony and content where oniy a snort, lime ago the wilderness reigned. 'The reclamation service has hunt fifty-four miles "of Irrigation canals and 186 miles of ditches. It has con structed and has in operation 150 miles of telephone, 125 miles of road In canyons. Involving deeo cuts: it has excavated 10,000.000 cubic yards of material and one-half mile of tun nels. Work Is now actively going on on eleven different projects. Passengers of III Fated Schooner Reach San Francisco. San Francisco. The passengers and crew of the wrecked steam schooner W. H. Kruger, which went ashore off Mendocino county Friday, arrived In this city Sunday on board the tug Sea Foam. For nearly four hours the refugees of the wrecked vessel were tossed and "suffeted about in lifeboats in a heavy uea before the Sea Foam loomed up In sight and took them on board. The passengers and crew of the Kruger were clad only in scant clothing, having left all their ef fects on board the vessel. Luckily, there were no women or children in the open boats. Freight Trains Come Together. Thistle Junction, Utah. In a seri ous rear-end collision between two freight trains on the Rio Grande one mile east of here Sunday morning eight cars and a locomotive were de molished, two men Injured and traffic was delayed for more than nine hours. The Injured, men who were riding in the caboose of the wrecked train, are D. C. Gibson, engineer. Salt JLake, and James Wonnacott, fireman, Salt Lake. Great Britain for Free Trade. London. The polltlcal-map of Eng land on Saturday underwent a strik ing change as the result of parllmen tary elections held In thirty-nine con stituencies in widely scattered but im portant centers, and in which the lib erals gained eighteen seats. The la borites, who are counted among the liberal gains, secured four new seats against unionist candidates. , In the east division of Manchester, Arthur J. .Balfour, the former prime minister was defeated by T. G. Horridge. lib eral, r Sentence Commuted. Fort Worth, Tex. Friends of C. 8. Hart here have been advised that he ani the two other defendants, Rich ardson and Mason, under sentence of death In Chihuahua, Mexico, for pois onlng'two Americans, "policy holders fcf the New "fork Life Insurance com pany, will not be executed in accord ance with the courts' denrne hv holm stood against an adobe wall and nhn by a squad of soldiers, but will be sent to the , convict stockade on the island in the tropics RUM STUDENT SHOT Jt T Paid With His Life the Penalty of Refusing to Honor the Name ef the Emperor, St Petersburg A tragedy In which a student paid with bis life the pen alty of refusing to do honor to the old regime took place In the famous restaurant "The Bear" shortly after midnight, Saturday. The annual ceremony of watching the- old year out was being observed with some thing like the old time fesUvltles. The great hall was crowded, and the orchestra upon the stroke of mid night buret forth with "God Save the Emperor." The guests, with the exception of a student named Davldoff, a member of an aristocratic family, rose to their feet and the officers present demand ed an encore, being determined to turn the celebration Into a loyalist demonstration. Count Sherometieff. a relative of the notorious Moscow reactionary, ap plied an epithet to Davidoff for refus ing to honor the national anthem and pulled his chair from under him. Hot words followed and suddenlv. in the midst of the joyous acclama tion of New Year, the guests were startled by five shots in rapid suc cession and the corpse of the stu dent lay on the floor. Davldoff when he was attacked at tempted to draw a light rapier which students carry, but he was dead be fore the blade left its scabbard. WAS CHOKED TO DEATH. Beautiful and Accomplished Woman Victim of a Brute. Chicago. Mrs. Bessie Hollister, 30 years old, the wife of Franklin C. Hol lister of the printing firm of Hollister Brothers, one of the largest concerns ot its'klnd In the city, was murdered Friday night by Richard Ivens, 24 years of age, who had attempted to assault her. The body of Mrs. Hot lister was found Saturday morning ly ing on a ptle of stable refuse In the rear of the Ivens residence. Around the neck was twisted a fine copper wire and death had been caused by (strangulation. Ivens, who pretended to find the body, and reported the fact of the murder to the police, confessed to the crime a short time after be had been taken into custody. COMMERCE WITH FRANCE. Uncle Sam Buys More Than He Is Able to Sell. Washington-The total commerce between the "United States and France, as shown by figures compiled by the bureau of statistics of the de partment of commerce and labor, amounted hi the fiscal year 1905 to about $166,000,000, of which $76,060, 000 was the value of the imports from that , country. France gets most ot its provisions and. breadstuffs from her colonies and exports mainly high grade manufactures and wine. The United States exported to France nearly all the copper and the cotton used by that country, the total amount of these two articles being about $48,000,000. RURAL FREE DELIVERY. Washington. A statement prepared by P. V. De Graw, fourth assistant postmaster general, regarding the operations of the rural free delivery service since its establishment up to January 1, 1906, shows that the total number of petitions received and re ferred was 61,960, of which 13,125 were acted upon adversely. The num ber of routes in operations on the date named was 34,677. Girl Sold at Auction. Washington, Pa. Outbid for the hand of pretty 17-year-old Annie Web ster, who was placed at auction for marriage to the highest bidder by her father, John Webster, an Ameri can, Rejose Zegaro, an Italian, on Sunday shot and killed Webster as he was stationed in hia box at the Balti more. &. Ohio crossing, where he was employed as a watchman. Zegaro, who was desperately in love with the girl, bid for her hand, but was beat en by RoBarlo. Idaho Manufactures. - Washington. A bulletin haa been Issued by the census office presenting statistics on the manufacturing in dustries of Idaho. It shows that there were 362 establishments in 1905 with an aggregate capital of $9,439,088. There was paid in salaries for .the year $367,011 and In wages $2,021,442. The total value of the products for the year Is given at $8,477,314. an in crease of 182.4 per cent over 1900. The flour and grist mill products for 1906 amounted to $1,584,473 and the lumber and timber products to $2, 834,506. Mexican Government Will Shut Out Foreign Prospectors, El Paso, Tex Because of the slan der ot foreigners, who - claimed they had not been given proper protection from alleged Indian outrages In So nora and Lower California, and owing to the circulation of such stories, the Mexican government has issued an or der forbidding .mining agents in thoue states to allow foreigners to file mining claims. This Is the out growth of the circulation of alleged Yaquie stories In the, United States by prospectors. , - , France Greatly .JExclted. : Parle. The Moroccan conference entirely possesses the public mind, the departure of the French" represen tatives and the passage through Paris ot the' Italian' and Gorman delegate serving as topics upon which to bate speculation relative to the outcome, Th3 diplomats guarded!- rafer to the possibility of the conference not suc ceeding In settling Morocco's future and the (situation remaining exactly the same after as before the plenipo tentiaries utet. SANTO HID TROUBLE ENDED Morales, With a Broken Leg:, Seeks Refuse at United States Legation. Resignation of Former President l Tendered and Accepted, and, Ac companied by Jiminei, He Will Leave for Porto Rico. San Domingo. General Morales' resignation as president of Santo Do mingo has been tendered and accept ed. He will leave this city on board the United St-tes gunboat Dubuque bound for Porto Rico. The former president will be accompanied by En rique Jiminez. Vice President Caceres, who has been acting as president since the time General Morales fled from the capital Is now, according to the con stitution, president of Santo Domingo. The change in the government does not Imperil the negotiations for a treaty between Santo Domingo and the United States. General Caceres is favorably inclined toward the ratifi crtlon of the agreement reached. General Morales, suffering from a broken leg, left the cave wherein he had been hidden since his recent de feat, and sought refuge in the Ameri can legation here. After seeking and receiving the protection of the Amer ican flag he began negotiations with the government and his resignation followed. THE VENEZUELA MUDDLE. Diplomatic Relations With France Have Been Broken Off. Washington. All diplomatic rela tions between Venezuela and France are broken off, it is said at the state department and, although it is stated no formal or official Information to this effect has been received, the of ficials assume that, In accordance with the usual procedure, this will In volve the early departure from Ven ezuela of M. Taigny, the French rep resentative there, and from France of M. Maubourguet, the Venezuelan agent at Paris. The officials here are awaiting the turn of events with keen interest, although it is expressly stat ed that definite news regarding the next step that France will take is yet to be received. In the event that the reqt'f'st is made by France it Is stat ed permission will be cabled to Min, lster Russell to look after French in terests. - Mrs. Chadwick Now In Prison.. Columbus, O. Mrs. Cassle L. Chad wick arrived, at the penitentiary Fri day to begin a sentence of ten years for conspiracy to wreck the Citizens' National bank at Oberlin, O. She was taken through the baggage room un der the general waiting room in the union station and hastily placed In a carriage and hustled oft to prison. Ten policemen were sent to the station to keep the crowd back and three police men escorted the woman to the car riage. Mrs. , Chadwick traveled to Columbus in a Pullman. No special preparations were made in the wo man's department for her reception. She will be compelled to sleep on a cot in the corridor of the prison, as the woman's department is filled. A PUG OF THE PAST. Young Corbett Easy Victim Aurelio Herrera. for Los Angeles. Aurelio Herrera of Bakersfleld, Cal., knocked out Young Corbett in the fifth round Friday night at the Pacific Athletic club pa vilion. Herrera's victory was an easy one. Corbett's exhibition was disap pointing. He lacked the vim and dash that had won so many battles for him. and his once forceful blows failed to inflict any damage upon the well conditioned body of his op ponent. Millions for Public Buildings. Washington. At Friday's meeting of the committee on public buildings sub-committees were announced and a general discussion, of bills was be gun. Members already have Intro duced bul'djng measures providing for an expenditure ot' 'about $10,000, 000. The members of the committee are agreed that a bill carrying an ap propriation of more than , $14,000,000 is wholly out of -the question. It is ex pected that before the end ot the ses sion appropriations sought for new buildings will aggregate $75,000,000. Railroad War in Oakland. San Francisco. The game of check and countercheck between the rival railroads was resumed Friday when the Southern Pacific laid a stretch of track through the town pt Melrose, four .miles" from Oakland! '.The move was explained by the tracklayers as part of a plan to expedite the move menu ot freight, but a .4 the right of way of the . Western Pacific extends through th,!s section, the Western Pa cific people' r;:ird this maneuver as another obstacle trt' their attempt to reach the water front. Party of Lobbyists From Hawaii. Honolulu; The business men's del egatloi whcti is going from here to Washington to,urge legislation which the president in his mcssago recom mended with reference to Havvail, will probably leave on Jan lery H, though Chairman W. O. Snith may leave earlier. Governor Carter's departure as a member 'of the delegation la be ing urged, but s tie socreiary of the territory is away, thece Would b no acting governor if 1 e left The dele gates are engigel in pr-parinj ma terial for uta in .'a hiatU n. IN POSSESSION OF THE DEVIL. Peculiar Antics of- Italian Boy Are Thus Explained. A most wonderful medieval story la now occupying the attention of the south of Italy. In a small village there is a family of the name of Pan alnl. and if all be true that Is writ ten ot it we may thick ourselves in the Dark Ages again. There are two boys In this family, and they disap pear occasionally In a most mysteri ous manner. In fact, a few minutes after they disappear they are found miles away. How they get there no one can tell. They say they are car ried from place to place by the Holy Ghost. Spirits are also said to in habit the house where they live; plates and glasses are broken before the eyes of all, and cakes and sweets are showered over the boys' beds when they are asleep. One ot the boya falls in trances, when he speaka dif ferent languages (even Latin and Greek) In a strange voice. He also spouts passages from Dante, and pro phesies. Doctors and priests have visited hlra, but cannot discover the machinery which is evidently at work somewhere. The last who visited him was a Jesuit father. At his approach the boy began to curse and swear and kicked him. The Jesuit says the boy Is possessed by the devil! Vanity Fair. Don't Wait. Hanna, Wyo., Jan. 15th (Special) Delays are dangerous. Don't wait un til all the awful symptoms of Kidney Disease develop in your system, and four physician shakes his head grave ly as he diagnoses your case. If you suspect your kidneys, turn at once to the great Kidney Specific Dodd's Kidney Pills. You can do so with every confidence. A few of Dodd's Kidney Pills taken In time have saved many a life. The early symptoms of Kidney Disorder may be the forerun ners of Bright's Disease, Diabetes and Dropsy. Dr. W. H. Jeffries, a resi dent here, tells beiow how he treated an attack of Kidney -Trouble. He says: ."Before I commenced taking Dodd's Kidney Pills, I had always a tired feeling every morning when I got out ot my bed, and my Kidneys were in very bad shape.' There was always a dull heavy pain across my loins, and I had bard work to stoop. I took two boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills, the tired feeling and back pains have entirely gone, and I am now cured." Japs Use American Pianos. A report from Yokohama is to the effect that there is a growing demand In Japan for pianos, which are chiefly supplied by the United States, Great Britain and Germany, American pianos ere now to be found In the homes of many wealthy Japanese in all the larg er' cities of the Mikado's empire. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, u mercury will surely doatroy the lease of are ell and completely derange the wbol system when entering It through the mucous surface. 8uc& ertlclee ihould nerer be nied except on preeorlp- Ilunt from reputable phyatclani, aa the dam ace they r f II do la tea (old to the good you can poaatbly de rive from them. Hall'a Catarrh Lure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O., oontalua no mar oury, aLd la taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous aurfacea of the ayitem. In buying Uail'a Catarrh Cure be aure you get the genuine. It la taken Internally and. made In Toledo, Ohio, by F.J Cbcuey A Co. Testlmoniale free. Sold by Druggists. Price, 750. per bottle Take Uall'i Family Fills for constipation. GREAT POET'S ONE WITTICISM. Wordsworth Seemingly Unduly Proud of Simple Joke. - A rare old hook, called The Living Authors of England, published in 1849, commences with a study ot Words worth, In which Is recorded what Is said to be the only Joke the poet ever made. At a friend's house, after din ner, It appears, the conversation turn ed upon wit and humor. Thomas Moore, who was present, told some anecdotes of Sheridan, whereupon Wordsworth observed that he did not consider himself a witty poet "in deed," he said, "I do not think I was ever witty but once In my life." Being pressed to tell the company what this, special drollery was, the poet said, with some hesitation: "Well I will tell you. I was standing some time ago at the entrance ot my cot tage at Rydal Mount, when a man ac costed me with the question, 'Pray, sir, have you seen my wife pass by?' whereupon I answered. Why my good friend, I didn't know till this moment that you had a wife!'" The company stared and upon realiz ing that this was all there was to the poet's joke, burst into a roar of laugh ter, which Wordsworth smilingly ac cepted as a genuine compliment to the brilliancy of his wit. Tar Colors for Germany. About $5,000,000 worth of tar colors are sent from Germany to the United States every year. UNCONSCIOUS POISONING. How It Often Happens From Coffee. "I had no idea," writes a Duluth man, "that it was the coffee I had been drinking all my life that was responsible for the headaches which were growing upon me, for the dyspep sia that no medicines would relieve, and for the acute nervousness which unfitted me not only for work but also for the most ordinary social functions. "But at last the truth dawned upon me I forthwith bade the harmful bev erage a prompt farewell, ordered in some Postum and began to use It The good effects of the new food drink were apparent within a very tew days. My headaches grew less frequent, and decreased in violence, my stom ach grew strong and able to digest my food' without diatresy ot any kind, my nervousness has gone and I am able to enjoy life with my neighbors and sleep soundly o' nights. My physical strength and nerve power have increased so much that I can do double the work I used to do, and feel no undue fatigue afterwards. "This improvement set in just as soon as the old coffee poison had so Worked out ot my system as to allow the food elements In the Postum t get a hold to build me up again. 1 cheerfully testify that it was Poatun and Postum alone that did all this, foi when I began to drink it I "threw physic to the dogs.' " Name given b Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. - There's a reason. Read the famous little book "The Road to Wellvllle" in Pkga. , RUSSIA COUNTS COST OF THE RECENT IKS Total Cost of Operations Against the Japanese Is Estimated at one Bil lion and Fifty Million Dollar. St Petersburg. The budget utate ment for 1906, which was made publiq on Friday, shows that it will be neces sary to raise $240,500,000 by credit op eration to balance the estimated re ceipts and expenditures. The latter Include $202,500,000 for the liquida tion of the expenses of the Rusw-Ja pan war, the repatriation of troops in the far east and the reduction of the army to a peace footing. For the first time the total cost of the war, $l.wr0, 000,000, is revealed. The credit operations to balance the budget include the recent author ization of $200,000,000 in treasury bonds, $75,000,000 of which have al ready been used to renew the Men delssohn loan, and the credit of $150, 000,000 which former Finance Minis ter Kokovsoff Is now negotiating In Paris. The primary object of the lat ter, the proceeds of which will be re tained in Paris, Is understood to be the maintenance of the stability of the ruble. PLIGHT OF MORALES. Gunboat Out of Coal, Also Out of the Fight. Cape Haytlen, Hayti Advices re ceived here from Monte Christ!, Santo Domingo, say the Dominican gunboat Independencla, which declared in fa vor of the fugitive president, General Morales, cannot take any further part In the hostile operations owing to the fact that being without coal she can sot lnar Monte CI lull. General Morales, the advices add, was wounded recently In an encoun ter with the troops of the temporary president, General Caceres. The gov ernment forces captured a doctor be longing to General Morales' army. A detachment of General Caceres troops Is on the track of General Mo rales, and it Is said he probably will be captured. WANT PORK AND BEEF. Germany Swamps Packers of United States With Order. Washington. "Unless congress speedily grants the emergency appro priation of $135,000 requested by ma for additional inspectors and micro, scoplsts, it Is probable that over $50, 000,000 worth of orders for American pork and beef products placed by German dealers will go unfilled." This statement was made by Secret tary Wilson Thursday. Anticipating the high rates of duty on products emanating from the United States im posed by the new German tariff, which will become effective March 1 next, and Germany at the present time being In urgent need of meat supplies, Secretary Wilson said that German dealers have flooded the packing-houses ot this country with orders. INTERNAL STRIFE IN CHINA. Movement Is Directed as Much Against Government as Foreigners. Peking. Reports from the south and from the Yang Tse valley region show the anti-foreign sentiment to be very strong. China undoubtedly Is in a ferment of political excitement, but the movement is directed as much against the government as against the foreigners. The government is between two fires. The Young China party is clamoring because reforms are being executed too slowly, while the Con servatives and the officials, the latter seeing their perquisites- threatened, are resisting all efforts at reform. In spite of the protests In northern China, the foreign ministers have not changed their minds for the with drawal of foreign troops from Chill province, the only, exception being the legation guards. The ministers be lieve that the Chinese government is both able and determined to protect foreigners in the event of a revolu tion. Architect Accused of Awful Crime. Dallas, Tex. Charged with having set fire to the Knepfley building last Tuesday in which two lives were lost and a number of persous were -injured E. H. Sltven, a well-known architect and an . occupant of the building,' was arrested Friday on a warrant sworn out by Chief of Police R. P. Keith, charging murder. The affidavit charged the murder of Ber nard F. Phillipson, whose lifeless body was found' In a closet on the third floor, by setting fire to the build ing. Carnegie Plant Burned. Greenville, Pa. Fire, starting from an explosion, destroyed the works of the Carnegie Steel company here Thursday night, entailing a loss ot between $400,000 and $600,000. A .flue in the boiler ef a heating furnace blew out, deluging the furnace below, which exploded,, scattering Are in all directions. The force of the explosion was so great that fire balls were lodged in the roof of the ten-inch fin ishing department, and the flames spread rapidly. Much of the machin ery will not be hopelessly destroyed. Senator Heyburn of Idaho Denounce Wall Street Tactic. Washington. Before going Into ex ecutive session Thursday the senate listened to a speech by Mr. Heyburn In snpport of his bill creating a na tional board for the control of corpor ations, in which he denounced Wall street because of its alleged Interfer ence with the affair of the country'. He said when the "street" could not dictate the financial course of the gov ernment it was ever ready to threat en disaster, and he pleaded for legis lation that would rob it of such power for evil. AN EVERY-DAY 8TRUCCLE, Too Many Women Carry the Ht3v. -Lead of Kidney Sickness. Mr. E. W. Wright ot 172 Mat. Street, Haverhill, Wass, says: -u 1S98 I ws suffer!,,, so with sharp pa;m in the small of the back and had such frequent dizzy spe!! that I could sea .-co ly get about the house. The urinary passages were also quite irregular. Monthly periods were so distressing J dreaded their approach. This was my condition for four years. Doan'g Kid ney Pills helped me right, away when I began with them and three boxes cured me permanently." Sold by all dealers. 50 cent a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. NIcKnames or residents. A number of Grant's nicknames arose from his initials. Unconditional Surrender probably attained the wid. est popularity. The press of hia day manufactured not a few U. S. aobri. quet. like "Unprecedented Strategist, Undaunted Stalwart, and so on. The soldiers called htm Old Three Stars, and he was also styled Hero ot AppoJ niattox. Garfield did not, of course, become the Martyr President until after his tragic death. He was also styled the Preacher President, from hi early calling. FOUR YEARS OF AGONY. Whole Foot Nothing But Proud Flesh Had to Use Crutches "Cutlcura Remedies the Best on Earth." "Ia the year 1889 the side of my right foot wae cut oft from the little toe down to the heel, and the phyel oian who had charge ef me was try ing to sew up the side ot my foot, but with no success. At last my whole toot and way up above my calf wu nothing but proud flesh. I suffered uv told agonies for four year, and tried different physician and all kind of ointment, i cvoid walk only with crutches. In two weeks afterwards I saw a change in my limb. Then I be gan using Cutlcura Soap and Ointment often during the day, and kept it up for seven months, when my limb was healed up Just the same as if I never had trouble. It is eight months now alnce I stopped using Cutlcura Reme dies, the best on God's earth. I am working at the present day after five years of suffering. The cost of Cutl cura Ointment and Soap was only $8, but the doctors' bills were more like $600. John M. Lloyd, 718 S. Arch Ave. Alliance, Ohio. Juno 27, 1905." Failures and Successes, Men have two kinds of ambition one for dollar-making, the other fof life-making. Some turn all their abil ity, education, health and energy toward the first of these dollar making and call the result success. Others turn them toward the second into character, usefulness, helpful ness life-making and the world sometimes calls them failures; but history calls them successes. No price is too great to pay for an untar nished name. o. S. Marden in Suc cess Magazine. Important to Mothers. Cxamlne carefully every bottle of CA8TOTHA, a aafe and sura remedy for infanta and children, and aee that it Bear the Signature la Vie For Over 30 Years. . The Kind Ton Have Alwaya Bought. Spanish Drug Store Regulation. In Spain drug stores are permitted to sell drugs all day on Sunday, but to deal In perfumery on that day 1 un lawful. Candy cannot lawfully be sold later than 11 o'clock In the fore noon unless no clerks or assistants are employed. Proprietors may keej open all day If they do the work them selves. . DON'T FORGET A lanre 2-ot. pneknge Red Cross Ball Blue, only i cents. The Kusa Company, South Bend, Ini Pacifying the Male Brute. 1 When a man Is waked' up by the cook going downstairs to get his breakfast and goes to sleep right away again, the only way hU wife can pacify him is to tell him he never closed his eyes all night and It is wonderful the way he can go to his work without having had any rest. New York Press. - Plso'e Cure for Consumption is an infallible medicine for coughs and colds. N. W. Sahu SI Ooean Grove. N. J.. Feb. 17. 1900. Educating Chinese Girl. Chinese girls as a rule are not sent to school; the mother superintends their training In housework. As soon as the girls are old enough they are taugh to cook, sew, make and mend clothes and indeed do all domestic work. But the enlightened Chinese sends his daughter to school when near a mission or some other school. The Value of Ideals. The life of . every person will be made better and brighter by choos ing a high ideal, and then seeking conscientiously to live up to it. Th ideal dish for breakfast Is PUlsbury'i Vltos, which is full of stored-up en ergy and nourishment. Japs Use American Leather. ' The Japanese still use America! leather, hut make most of their shoei at horn. Tanyards are Increasing h number. TO CURE A COI.U II OHE DAT Take LAXATIVE BRo.Mo Uuliilne Tablet. Drum fists refund money If It falta to cure. K. W. OKOVK S signature la on each box. 85o. Accomplished by Faith. Faith Is an Invisible and invincible magnet, and attract to itself what, sver it fervently desires and calmly and persistently expects. Ralph Wal do Trine. y Mr Window Soothing- Syrop. . J-OT enlWrea teethlu, aoftona the suraa, reduce t flaanmalloa, allays pala, cmea wlada.Hu. Ittcaootlia. Turned from World to Philanthropy. Lady St Heller, since the death of her husband. Sir Francis Jeune the famous divorce Judge, has led a re tired life. Once one of the greatest of society leaders, she now spends her time in charitable and philanthropic work.