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STB. GENE VI K VK, INI E8S0ITK1, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 11)12.
Week s News
Officials of tho United Mlno Work
ers of Amcrlcn nro made defendants
by seven Cabin Creek coal companies
in West Virginia in suits totaling
J75U,000 for damages resulting from
tho recent miners' stri';e.
John Lanham, an aged resident of
Ilarr'lshurg, Ill.t wliilo vlsting at
llawesvllle, Ivy.,' committed suloldoby
taking carbolic acid. Ho said ho was
too old to live. Ho was past 70 years
A corn crop of 3,169,137,000 bush
els, or 281,1121,000 bushels moro than
the greatest crop of corn overgrown
In any country of the world, is the
feature of tho country's most remark
able agricultural year In history, ac
cording to tho November crop report
of tho United States department of
agriculture Just Issued.
Decisive deleat was administered
to tho Zapatista rebels in the fighting
around Cuernavnca. Tho rebels left
moro than 100 dead on Uih battlefield
and the remnants of Qen. Do La O's
band sought refuge in tho mountains,
where pursuit Is difficult.
The great diamond, tho largest In
the world, which has just been discov
ered In Premier mine, may not prove
lo bo so valuablo as at first thought.
It is now officially stated that the din
mond, which iroighs 1,049 carats, is
of Inferior nunlity.
Judge Henry II. "Willis, presiding
Justice of the appellate court for tho
Twenty-first Illinois dlstilct, died from
Injuries received when he was run
down by a train whllo watching elec
Jack Johnson, champion heavy
weight prize fighter, was arrested by
fedoral officers, accused of a violation
of tho Mann act. His arrest followed
tho return by thu fedoral grand jury
of an Indictment against him.
I.avert S. McCain, of JoneBboro,
Ark., traveling salesman for a Now
York hosiery and underwear house,
was shot and killed at Hotel .Marlon,
Forest City, Ark.
Tho revolutionary spirit In tho
northern . part of tho state of Vera
Cruz, Mexico, is on the increase.
Many smul bunds are causing much
damage la the rich oil district.
President Taft will return to Cin
cinnati to lio after tho expiration of
his term, according to a statement ho
made to friends in Cincinnati after bo
had conceded his defeat. Tho presi
dent will take up tho practice of law
upon his return here.
Gov. Wilson received tho election
returns at hlfe homo In Princeton, N.
J through the snmo telegraph Instru
ment that ticked oft victory to dro
ver Cleveland in 1S92.
Stumbling over a hidden "set" gun,
Stanley It. Cuvrlo, 22, principal of tho
Throe Lakes, Wis., school, was killed.
The powers notified Turkey that
they could not open negotiations with
the Ualkans with a view to bringing
about an armlbticc In tho Balkan war.
Ira Krlngel, 35 years old, has ob-
Tho towns of Mochlstlau and
Quechultenango, nenr Tlxtla, Mexico,
were almost destroyed by a flood re
sulting from torrential rains. Hefu
gees report that a quarter of the pop
Forryboats succeeded In reaching
tho Btrnnded liner Royal George in
tho St. Lawrenco river and in tnklng
off tho 500 steerago passengers who
were sent to Montreal by special
Tho Nicaragua national election
passed off uuletly. Adolfo Diaz, the
provisional president, and Fernando
Solozando, who was elected vice-president
by tho national assembly a year
f.go, were elected president and vlcq
president. Andrew Carnegie will pay no per
, ccnal property tax to the city of New
York this yiur; The Iron master's
personal property was assessed at
$10,000,000, but ho appeared before
the president of tho tax department
and mado affidavit that this was erro
neous. Two more airmen were killed at
Halberstadt, Germany. Lieut. Alt
llcher was making a flight in a bi
plane In which ho carried an engineer
named Moyer, as a passenger, when
the motor suddenly stopped and tho
neroplnno plunged to tho ground from
a height of 00 feet.
John Jacob" ABtor, Infant son of
Mrs. Mndelelno Forco Astor. will have
anan Income of $3,333 a. year for hla
support tho next thrco years. Surro
gate Fowlor grained a petition Hied
by Mrs. Astor to' this and appointed
Mrs. Astor as tho child's guardian,
with limited authority, until ho shall
roach tho ago of 14,
Georgo Curry, member of congress
nnd former governor of Now Mexico,
was fatally Injured In an automobile
nccldent near Alamo Gordo, In Otero
Tho supreme court r.gnln adjourned
without announcing decisions In tho
hard coul trust, Union Pacific raerser
or state rato cases.
Legislation for submlslon to the
next session of congress calls for the
formation of a national nayal reserve,
to includo all of tho o.v-nuvnl sailors
and oilier mariners whoso service
would be of valuo to the" navy in cast
A statement has been issued by the
United Irish Lcaguo of Now York
showing tho subscriptions bo far ro
colved by it for tho Irish homo ruli
fuud. Moro than $20,000 has been
donated by New Yorkers.
. W . MM. r MMMMHMMMMHMMHMiM
Nowntn, 01:1a., claims the oldest Mr
ing person in thu United States in
Fannlo Porter, a nogress, who has
Just pasRcd her one hundred and forty-second
birthday. The woman, us
cording to her records, was born In
The crown prince wired King
George that the Greek forces had cap
tured Saloulkl, according to informs
tlon given out by tho war ministry nt
Athens. Tho king Immediately pre
pared to depart for Snlonlki to join
tho crown prince in the field.
Charles Verner, a farmer, living
near Llntncr. 111., shot and killed hla
wife and then probably fatally wound
ed himself. Domestic difficulties wao
given as the cause of tho Bhootlng.
Following anonymous threats mndi
against ministers lending a vice' cru
sade at Canton, O., Calvary Presbyte
rlnn church, near tho homo of Piesl
dont McKInloy, was dynamited. Ouo
corner of the structure was wrecked.
The first Invitation to be cxtcntM
to President-elect Woodrow Wilson
to attend a nodal function was r.ant
from tho Iroquois club of Chicago.
Tho governor was asked to attend a
Jofforaon day banquet.
Abolition of tho commerce court
and a change In the political complex
ion of tho interstate commerce com
mlssoln will be important results of
tho election, it- was pointed out by
Written with n lend pencil, the will
jf Miss Clam Unrton, founder of tho
IJed Cross, was tiled In tho probate
ourt at Worcester, Mass. An estate
valued nt $20,000 is to bo divided
itnong relatives. Miss Barton named
a commlttoo to write her biography.
The" entire right of way for 'tho
Ashley &. Monticello railroad has been
:leared and several miles of grading
completed. "Tho line, when finished,
will bo thirty-four miles long, and ex
tend from Monticello to CrosBOtt, Ark.
Moro than 400 men are now at work
n the line.
A pension and retirement system
lor consuls of tho United States Is
strongly recommended by Secretary
.leorgo S. Atwood of tho American
Association of Commerce and Trade
in Berlin. Mr. Atwood Is In Wash
ington, conferring witli officials of tho
tato department about tho consular
service, about American trade abroad
and kindred matters.
Representative KInkntd of Nebras
ka is preparing to present to con
Sicss when It convenes tho case of
Edward D. Cahota, a Chinese resident
if Nebraska, who desires to bo ad
mitted to citizenship In splto of tho
Chinese exclusion law.
Gen. Huang-Sing, at ono time com
mander in chief of tho revolutionary
forces In tho recent Chinese rebellion,
"ins been appointed military chief of
Southern Fitkien and ordered to pro
ved to Amoy, to suppress local disor
ders in the interior.
B. B. Sanders, 5G years old, mill
owner of Pino Bluff, Ark., and Arthur
Hay, 23, a fireman, were killed; W. S.
Peacock, 40, nnd George Bradshaw,
80, seriously Injured, and James Craig,
, slightly hurt when Sanders' saw
mill blew up.
By announcing that 8,566 articles
lost In the mail, aggregating $18,000,
would be sold at tho annual auction
aale of the dead letter office on De
comber 16, Postmaster Goneral Hitch
cock issued a warning to all Christmas-gift
senders and prospective par
cel post patrons.
Martha Stclnhubor, of Wandsheek,
Germany, after being divorced from
her husband, who had beaten Uor
black and blue, blinded ono eye, and
half throttlod her, has married him
Twenty-five persons wero killed nnd
many wounded In religious riots at
Lelra, Portgual. Physicians wero
rushed to the scene and the city has
been placed under martial law.
In a terrific gale off Cape Hattoras,
the squadron of the Atlantic fleet
abandoned practice to become a high
seas life saving service, according to
a radiogram received at tho navy de
partment from Admiral Osterhaus.
More money Is urgently needed by
tho American Hed Cross for the Bal
kan war sufferers, declared Miss Ma
bel T. Boardman, in charge of tho
"Ued" Phillip Davidson, confessed
murderer of tho Now York gang load
er, J'BIg Jack" Sollg, was sentenced
by Justlco Goff In the criminal branch
of tho supremo court to imprisonment
In Sing Sing for not loss than thirty
Tho Turkish army Is iu full retreat
on Constantinople, and tho Turkish
government has asked thu powors to
Intorvonc, An offiolnl bulletin was
Issued by tho government at Constan
tinople admitting defeat at thu hands
of tho Bulgarians In the great battlu
on tile Thracean plains,
Tho prohibition movement has
made such great strides in Denmark
that during tho coming elections tho
prohibitionists are to mako strong ef
fort to obtain parliamentary repre
sentation. John Watts, pilot of tho balloon
Duaseldorf, ouo of tho entrants in the
international balloon race, which
started from Stuttgnrt, Gormnny,
landed at Pskov. Russia, a short dis
tance from St. Petersburg.
Eight trnns-Pacltlc steamship lines
aro engaged In n rato war over the
transportation of mv and manufac
tured Hlik from Yokohama to Now
Tho victorious Bulgarians mado ouo
swift, vicious iiBsault on the fortlfica.
lions of Tchataldja and won them,
The dlshoartoned Turks aro now scat
terod. Aviator Fowler, who started an at
tempt ,to lower the sustained flight
record, fell several hundred foot at
SaugUE. CaJ. His machine wan
wrocked, but Fowlor ulmost tnlrecu
lously escaped serious Injury,
ALL AMENDMENTS '
ARE VOTED DOWN
SCHOOL PROPOSITION AND SIN
GLE TAX LOST BY OVER
PARTY VOTE IS INTERESTING
Democrats, Although Polling Fewer
Ballot. Than In -1903, Overcome
Huge Republican Lead in
St. Loula. Complete retuniB from
22 scattering counties In Missouri
and the city of St Louis show that
the nlno stato constitutional amend
ments, Including tho slnglo tax nnd
tho ono permitting children 5 years
old to enter tho public schools, wero
defeated by overwhelming majorities.
Tho country vote appears to rango
from about 20 to 1 to 10 to 1 against
nil tho propositions. Tho St. Loula
vote, which gave majorities for, iu
ono or two instances, tends to offset
the country vote, but not to nn extent
that any hopo may bo held out for
Interest centered about four of the
amendments: No. 1, increasing tho
school age maximum nnd mlnmum;
No. 0, providing for slnglo tax; No. 7,
abolishing the state board of equali
zation and creating state tax commis
sion, and No. 9, providing a state edu
cational tax of 10 cents nn the $100.
With only two counties unheard
from, 7! complete and !5S completo ex
cept on or two precincts, the vote In
Missouri shows a plurality for Wood
row Wilson of 113.CG2 and a majority
of S.52S over his two leading oppo
nents. VOTE IN MISSOURI FOR
GOVERNOR BY COUNTIES
Counties. McKIn- .Major. Nor-
Adair 1.103 1,631 4
Andrew 1.C75 1,7'JS 310
Atchison 427 t; 1 0 "5
Auilr.lin 1,337 3,3u 305
Hairy 57 1.070 1S3
Ilarton fi23 1,375 300
ll.-ltos 1.1MK 2,5'iO l.olu
IK-nton 7C9 l71 -ISO
liijilinijer 1.04S 1.C70 31fi
Hoonu 1.2SI U21
Huchnnan ' 2,879 5,101 1455
i:tltk-r 1.04S LTU 1!7S
I'nluwoll 7US 1,051 r,23
'allawny 1,347 3,5a3 ISO
amilon 171 31T 05
L'upo (Jlraideuu .. 2,3'JJ 2,601 71U
nrroll 1.72S 2,731 1,143
Lartor liii; 368 Cli
dun 1,10 1 3,128 600
-eil.ll- 2 Hi 421 107
,'harlkm , 1,55'J 3,128 HOC
I'lirlatlnn 1,251 h20 710
'lark 370 C:tB SB
Clay Bin 4,ois r,m
'llnton 776 1,'Jn'J CS'.i
Ip ' 2,330 2.4&K 120
JdDjici- 1,330 1,311 ....
awfnrd ........ 1,065 1,054 713
Julla.s 1,350 fiSS 201
Unvlrm 1,110 2,0611 SI2
Jont 1,130 1,290 211
Dout-'lilH 152 01 !3
Ounkllu 363 l,3.s 170
l-"rnnltlln 2,601 2.261 507
Jasoonnde 1,629 526 403
K-ntry 1,450 2.033 250
iri-unn 3,757 1,150 073
Unimly 1.0SS 1,167 1,203
InrrlMm 030 703 463
Henry 1,300 2,300 1,325
tllcltury .... ....
Holt 777 609 31S
Uoivaul 932 2.697 04
Unwell 721 1,691 360
.run 2SS 162
larkHon fi,lj!(3 33.0SO 21,971
Jnnpi'1- 4.S09 6.S59 2,954
iptlcrsfon 520 571 233
InliliKUli 1,220 2,157 612
Knox 1,109 1,701 310
l.actcdc 1.5S0 1,662 371
1 .Iifitvi.l In 'll'l 1 r.rl7 !!!!'
trtwrenSe 1.428 2,31 1.103
..I'Wl.i 1,026 2,371 200
Lincoln 671 1,325 10
I. Inn 1.2S2 2,397 1,031
..IvliiKHtnn 422 1,200 SiO
Mhpoii 1,213 3,511 1.77S
Mnillsou (.23 $7 103
Marks 520 1,161 . ..
..mrlon ., 1,639 446
Uorcvr 1.040 73't 04S
tialiT 1,362 1.276 376
.U.-u1khIji! 333 460 120
Moniteau 415 351 30
Monruo 512 3,750 103
MoutKoinory 1,756 ' 1,901 250
mOIkiiii 1,250 1,110 230
Vuw .Madrid 1,6S0 1,010
Vow inn S10 1,290 412
N'odnwu)' 791 3,216 291
JH.h-o 1.11S 1,411 311
zailt .... ....
.-(inilRCut 300 528 US
t'Vuy , .... ....
I'otlU 2,291 3,407 1.0S3
I'liclps 99 310 ....
I'lkt! 1,433 2,277 87
I'olk 1.S45 1,952 700
t'ul'ixld 629 1,620 267
I'lltnani 1,835 S2I ....
i'.andilph 1.125 4,4,",6 629
..ay 070 2,910 100
.kpyuold.i .... ....
ItlpU-y 537 1,103 223
j. C'liarltM 2, 159 1.K5C 400
it. Clair 1,111 1,841 i!41
it. 1'raiicols 2,347 2,803 247
SU dMiovluw ... 1.0S9 1.071 6
it. Loulfl 4,310 5,126 1,704
Mllhio 1,395 1,000 1,363
icliuyler 827 1,311 141
irmlund 103 315 273
Jcolt 834 1.22S 190
Shaimrai 5'v 838 230
4lielly 878 2.469 302
ileino 210 125 120
1'niu y , .... ....
Texan 996 1,670 350
Vrmun , 1,621 3,376 561
Wanvn 1,1 vu 130 145
V.iKUlri;ttui 1,112 1,131 214
.Va yno 150 570 151
tV'-uRttT 211 200 .17
U'fil'tll 801 1.J2S 180
Wrlvlll 335 575 yeo
61. Loula City .... 4S.03J 60,838 22,841
TutaU 170,131 279,920 , 92046
123 Mutineers Sentenced.
Savastopol, Itus3ln, The naval court
has sentenced soventeon Bailors to
death nnd IOC to Imprisonment for
'rum four to. eight years at hard hi
bor, Tho men wore found guilty of
r '.-- r, C u ) Vuitf. Wilson.
N w York. Tho Aral invitation to
bo oxionded to lrcMdi'iiKh ot Wood.
tui u j.t end u social funo
sent f ).n the Iroquolo club
if Chlcaco. Tho governor was asked
o attend a Jefferson day banquet
Electoral and Popular Vote for President.
Alalia ma 12
Connecticut ... 7
ltluho . ..
..ansa ,. 10
Louisiana .... 10
Mla.-drMmit ... 10
New llnmpslilro 4
Now Jsrscy ... It
New Mexico . . i
New York .... 45
North Carolina 12
North Dakota 5
Oklahoma .... 10
Pennsylvania. . . .
Ithodo Island . 5
South Carolina V
South Dakota . ..
WaHhlnKtnn . . . .
Wnl Vlrqlnla. S
6,404.037 90 4,363,223
40 STATES NOW IN
Washington. Latest revised ra
turns from what Is considered tho
three doubtful states on president in
flicate tha.t Roosevelt has carried Cal
ifornia and give Wyoming to Wilson.
Tho official couut will bo necessary to
determine tho result In Idaho, whero
Taft and Wilson men both claim the
state's four electoral votes.
Iiased on these Indications the elec
toral college vote on president stands:
Wilson, 427; Iloosovelt, 90; Taft, 12.
Popular Vote for President at
Election of 1908.
Taft. Hrynn. Chafln. DeVs.
Stnte, Urn. Dem. Pro. So".
Alabama 25,3 3 71.374 662 1,317
Arkansas 67,791 83,584 1,151 5,760
California 214,390 127.192 11.770 2S.659
Colorado 123.700 126,641 5,553 7,974
Connecticut .. 112,815 6,233 2.3SO 5,111
Delaware 23,007 22,072 677 210
Florida 10,651 31,104 1,358 3,747
Georcla 41,692 72,330 1,059 6S4
Idaho 62.657 36.193 2.003 6,403
Illinois 629,933 450,810 29,364 34,711
Indiana. 348.W.1 33S.262 18,043 13.176
Iowa 273,210 200,771 9,837 S.2S7
Kansai 197,216 161,209 5,033 12,120
Kentucky .... 235,711 2I4.C32 5,557 4.fi60
Louisiana 8,938 63,668 2.53S
Maine C6.987 35,40.1 1,487 1,758
Maryland 116,513 113,908 3,302 2.323
Massachusetts 263,966 153,543 4,374 10,779
Michigan 333.313 174,313 1 6,703 11,627
Minnesota .... 193,835 109.401 10,114 14,169
Mississippi ... 4.505 60.876 1,048
Missouri 340,915 343.SS9 4,212 15,298
Montana 32.333 29,326 827 5,855
Nebraska 126,997 131,091 5,179 3.521
Nevada 10,214 10,633 2.02a
New Ilamp,... 53.141 33.635 905 1,299
New York .... 870,070 667,408 22.667 38,451
New JorHey... 265.293 182.523 4,930 10,249
North Carolina 114.S24 136.928 360 337
North Dak.... 67,7(1 32,933 1,156 2,421
Ohio 672,312 502,721 11,102 33,795
Oklahoma .... 110,658 122,406 21.779
Ort'Ron 62.630 38.049 2,682 7,31?
Pennsjlvnnla.. T43.779 448,783 36,691 33,9l5
Ithodo Island. 43.912 24,706 1,016 1,363
So. Carolina.. 3,963 62.2SS 100
So. Dakota.... 67.406 40,266 4,039 2,846
Tc-nneuseo .... 118,519 133.819 268 1,882
Texas 65.602 216,737
Utnt 61,015 42,601 4,893
Vermont 39,552 11,496 799
Virginia 52.573 82,916 1,111
Woshlncton .. 106,062 68,691 4,700 11,177
West Virginia. 137.W.9 111.418 5,131 3.67')
Wisconsin 247.747 166.632 11,564 28,161
Wyoming 20,816 14,918 M 1,713
Total 7,677,0.U 6,103,1S2 230.4S1 412,330
Electoral Vote for President at
Election of 1908.
Stnte. u. D.
Connecticut , 7 .,
Kansas , lo
Kentucky , 3
Maryland , 2 6
MaMmchusetts 16 ..
MlFKlSdlppI , o
Missouri , 18
New Hampshire 4
New Jersey 13
New York 39
North Carolina 12
North Dakota ,. 4 ,,
1'ennsylvanla 31 ..
Ithnde Island ,, 4 ,.
South Carolina ' 0
Routh Dakota 4
Washington , n ,,
West VIlKlnla 7
-Wisconsin 13 ,.
Wyoming 3 ,.
Total 331 162
Antl-VIco Church Blown Up.
Canton, O. Following hnonymous
threats against ministers lending a
vlco-crusndo hero, Calvury I'resbyto
rlau church, near tho homo of Presi
dent MuKlnloy, was dynamited. Uiu
corner of tho utruciuro wan wrecked.
Blgnect Diamond of Poor Quality.
Johannesburg. Tho grc-t diamond,
tho largest in tho world, may not
provo to bo bo vuluablo as at first
thought. If la now stutcd that the
diamond, which weighs 1.G1U carats,
Is of Inferior quality.
Control of th6 senate In thu sixty
third congress Is now practically as
sured to tho Democrats. Conceding
to tho Hepubllcans tho legislatures of
all states still In tho doubtful column,
tjio Democrats will have a voto of forty-eight
or Just ono-half of tho entire
membership of tho senate, with u
Democratic vlcp-prosldent In tho chair
to cast the deciding ballot In case of
Tho states In which tho complexion
of tho legislatures Is yet to bo de
cided are: Illinois, Michigan, Now
Hampshire, Oregon, South Dakota,
Tonncssee aud Wyoming.
GOVERNORS ELECTED, PARTY AF
FILIATION AND PLURALITIES.
K. K. Amnions, Democrat
Simeon II. Ualdwln, Democrat... 7,000
Charles It. Miller, Itcpubllcan. .. . 1,605
I'ark Trammell, Democrat ,30,000
John M. Haines, Hepuhllcan .... 78C
1-Mward F. Dunne, Democrat.... 110,051
Samuel If. llalston, Democrat.... 97,000
Ucotco J. Clarke. Itcnubllcan 46
George I.. Hodges, Democrat.... 600
Eugene N. Foss, Dcmociat 48,630
Woodbrldgo N. Ferris, Democrat.. 10,435
A. O. Kberhart, Itepuhllcan 10,000
KUIott W, Major, Democrat 115,000
Snm V. Stewart, Democrat 12,000
J. H. Morehrad, Democrat 15,000
Franklin Worcester, Uopubllcan
William Hulzer, Democrat 150.000
Locke Craig, Democrat 50,000
L. U. Hauna, Itepuhllcan 2,000
Jamca M. Cox, Democrat 90,000
Thoodoro F. Oreene, Democrat.. 2,000
Colo S. Illease, Democrat 60,000
Frank M. llyrne, Itcpubllcan 2,000
Hen W. Hooper, Itcpubllcan 5,000
Oscar C. Colquitt, Democrat ..,.193,030
Krne.st Lister, Democrat 4.000
II. D. Hntlleld. Republican 3,000
J-lands McOovcni, Itcpubllcan 5,000
OF 159 IN NEXT HOUSE
Dem. Hep. 1'iog.
New Voile ,
North Carolina ,
Pennsylvania . . ,
Ithode Island .,,
South Carolina ,
South Dakota .,
iWost lrslula .,
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. 7 0 11
. 4 5 2
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l o o
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263 129 12
Judoe Vlcnry W. Willis Dies
Klgln. Ilh Judgo Henry II. Willis,
presiding Justice of tho appellate
court for thu Twcnty-il'-st Illinois dla
ti let. died from Injuries received
whon ho was run down by a train
whtlo watching election roturns.
Tuiks Dcaten at Tchataldja.
Sofia,- Tho victorious! Ilulgurlnns
mndo ono swift, vicious rssault on tho
fortifications of Tchataldja and won
thorn, Tho Turks aro now scattered.
Unitarians aro pursuing them, 'cap
turing uoino and killing others.
CAMPAIGN PUND, MONEY TRU8T,
WILL NOT AWAIT CONGRESS
Investigations by Committee to Qtart
at ao Early'a Date na Posilblc
Foraker and Grosvenor Ask
to Be Witnesses.
Washington. Tho days immediate
ly precedinc tho xo-.ivoulng of con
gress will bo marked by exceptional
activity on tho part of Investigating
;ommlttces. Tho sennto and tho
houso each havo two such organize
tlous which promise to got down to
work in ndvanco of tho convening of
tho next session,
Tho two senate committees aro tho
Clupp campaign contribution and tho
committeo of which Senntor Smith of
Michigan Is chairman, appointed tc
inquire into revolutions In Mexico and
Foraker to Be Witness.
Tho hemso committees aro those
making inquiries into the operations
of tho so-called mon-jy trust, headed
by Representative l'ujo of Louisiana,
and into the operation ot tho mer
chant marine of tho country, of which
ItopreBentativo Alexander of Missouri
Ex-Senator Foraker and former Itep
roscntatlvo drosveuor, both of Ohio,
have asked to bo heard by the Clnpp
committeo relative to tho nlloripd con
nection of tho Standard Oil company
wltlv the Ohio campaign In 1908, and
they probably will appear about No
It Is understood this committee also
will proceed with other witnesses in
an effort to nhow tho uso mado of
largo sums of monoy alleged to liavo
boon costributcd with the end in view
of shaping legislation to correct
Money Quiz This Month.
Senator Smith, who lias not re
turned to Washington, probably will
go ahead with his inquiries on th9
It is understood to be I'ujo's pur
pose to prosr. tho financial investiga
tion as rapidly as possiblo, with tho
hopo of concluding It during tho next
session, and to that cud It Is expected
that hearings will bo resumed in
Washington about November 20.
The houso commlttef on merchant
marine has collected n largo volume
of testimony this summer and will
take up its task of assimilating it a
week or two In advance of tho sit
ting of congress.
Burns Pastor's Love Notes.
Evansvllle, Ind. In order to pro
tect Rev. William T. Dunn, a married
man with nlno children, with whom
slio eloped hero from Oranlto City,
111., Kstcllo Masaur broke into her
mother's trunk in her room in their
boardiug house horo nnd destroyed
tjio love letters that Dunn had writ
ten to her.
Astor Baby Has Guardian.
Now York. -John Jacob Astor, in
fant son of Mrs. Madeline Force As
tor, will havo an Income of $3,333 a
year for his support tho next threo
years. Surrogate Fowler granted a
petition filed by Mrs. Astor and ap
pointed her as tho child's guardian.
Alibi for Caruso in Ettor Cace.
Salem, Mass. Kfforts to prove an
alibi for Joseph Cnruso wero made at
tho trial of Joseph Ettor, Arutro (Jin
vnnntttl and Caruso, churged with
complicity In tho murder of Annlo
Loplzzl during thu r.awrenco strike.
Confestes Murder, Implicates Woman.
Mlnden, La. Thomns R Oreeu, In
dicted for burglary, confesses he
killed O. 7.. Greshnm. The prosecut..
Ids witness says a woman and four
men wero implicated in tho ploL
Greshnm was beaten to death.
Forest City, Mo. Tony Januus, In
his IJnnolst hydro-noroplane, has com
pletely outdistanced Chnrles young
In his auto In the rncu from Omaha
to Now Orleans, nnd Young has with
drawn from tho race.
Noted Revolutionist Slain,
'itfrguelgnlpa. Honduras. Gen, Joso
.Maria Vnlladares, noted revolutionist,
was killed by government troops in a
klrmlsh near OJoJonn.
Cutter to Aid Americans.
Washington. Tho United States
rovonuo cutter Unalga was ordered to
remain nt Suez until tho peril to
Americans in Constantinople Is at nu
ond. This Is said to havo been per
fconally directed by President Taft.
8,500 Dead In Battle.
Holgrado. King Peter's Servian
army has cnntnreri tim m.,,.,i,i..
city of Prllop after a bloody battle,
m iiicii B.imu Servians nnd Turks
wore killed, Tho Servlana inat sno
inou, nnd tho Turks c.ooo. '
Fund for Central College.
Fayette. Mo. The lmnni r
- .... " ' Vllld-
tors of Central college has mado tinfl.
IlltO DlailB for lhl lillclniv n, toot nnn
to sunnlomnnt tin. 7s nnn ..if. r
General Education board toward a
permanent uudowmtat fund.
Together Tell of Dad Kidney
Much pain that
masks as rheu
matism Is duo to
to their fnlluro
to drive off uric
Whon you sut
for achy, bad
ache, too; wltli
jtm a atom
AN OHIO CABK.
FYed W lUrrla. JfIraon, Ohio, yi:
"Vnr ten yenn I uffcred from ktdner
trouble. I had eonitant backache, how
e! symptoms of dropiy, and beenme ao
bad I Inld up In Iwil. After doctors
hml failed I licKn taking- Doan'a Kidney
I'llla. They cured mo complttsly."
Get Doan's at any Drug Store, 50c a Box
D-c Tnk'ca Kidney
oan s puis
FOSTTR-MlLllUnN CO.. Buffalo, N. V.
Yfm UII trm fcw t4
If httl Mtrktt wr-
V. HADKL A BOM.
Only u lavvyor cr n dotectlvo can
mind his own business when ho pries
Into other people's.
CURES BURNS AND CUTS.
Cote'a Carbolisalra stops tho pain tnntantly.
Cures quick. No scar. All d ruggista. 25 and 50c Adv.
"What is tho latest thing in fashion
"Very often it's tho brldo."
"I want you to pay down."
"All right, I'll settle up."
I.ady Duff Gordon, nt a tea nt tho
Ritz-Carlton, praised tho pannlor
"Everybody likes it. it is so graco
ful," she said, smiling. "Evorybody
likes it except crusty old follows."
'Sho turned to a crusty old follow
upon n Louis Sclzo chair bestde hor
"I know n woman whoso husband
growled at her when sho tried on ,n
now pnnnier gown for him:
" 'I don't soo why you wear thosn
ridiculous big panniers.. You haven't
got tho hips to fill them.'
"Tho woman blushed and bit her lip.
Then sho said quietly:
"'Rut do you nil your silk hat.
'TWOULDN'T BE LIKE HIM.
Mrs. Jones Whnt did you say to
Jones I told him that ho could
mako snmo warm friends it ho would
only turn on n llttlo heat.
To be eaten with cream
and sugar, or served witli
canned fruit poured . over
either Way insures a Ih'pst
"Tho Memory Linfjcr3,?
Pojturo Cued Co Ltd.
D&ule deck, Mkh.