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STORMS SWEEP OVER TEXAS
Train Minus From Bridge Into Bnzot River. ONE KILLED OTHERS ARE INJURED » Hr Pour M« « f l»* nlh nt I IN-miI N'ftr ltn«k«*ll VlMfrillu I • -tr'.) rd li«i*on«i %'II)*K' of <m h**r 1 » f I /« * ■* t. A 1er Meal WAM ); City, % rlße w in .»» co atnl Orb ir i>. ng nK»i ft r okm the « • bio Knox K Ht afford «.' lira/.« • I and 1 be < «-f-K-r. re Injured, •rt loverai none fatal!) V. I . I ii**r»* by D« ' * it »nd gelier ion, «ri«« P» * ■ I F« • » ' '»e Or gtr. down All o Texas re few nts Th* r pa the train on abou miles n -urre I it A t»rrti the a* « Ment and wind •d by th «»♦♦d over the A » th*- t rain *!jdd«*n blow si moat dry lh« bni *d of t he r the low •r, but the welgl ti f * « I It from I«.» toppled the engl X th»- fill That me prove rerc* not in wur* «lu«' to the fnrt that at tl« point w||«*ri Dim t t ;i I ft l**ft 11. ' I. A further «llH|iatrh Officers h«*re from Deepwater, reporta the <l**«iruction of a » camp at 8«oith Wichita. Three II nl el llrioihn th« Orl«*nt T«x., »ctlon A tornudo aim*«' t •f Hamlin. Paso, T**x di*,«' ro>*"i the littl«* town « In Central Western T«xi» F! n the I» and mil**» Thrw , .. llJtakclI Three dwellings A nd thru» «-hlldtun, nam» uporlod tu have »•>■•■„ Wlrua ari> down In nil dln'i line » » f th«» Khiimuh «It M« xl« Orient ! I h 11 * < » j* « I «t". ent > five north of Big Hprlng* f nnrlnusly Injur«*«! p« j l ive Dead Nn HASkell, were diHitroyed by a »totin his wlft unknown, are killed tlon» und <<• *tall*« nr** haul t«» obtain. 4 l«»u«ll,ur»t s t '»un* According ►. by t M«» dl»|>ntr!i •Iflc Fort Worth, T**x advices receive*! h«»r er'» nfih r « » f f Ii»* 'Teva» ami I' to i curre«! In »«*«■ i| cloudburMif. Railr tlon*' w « * h t *»f I'ort Worth, Killing at least one im I i n and Injuring »cor**» of Otlu'l F. Uelurp and hb* I'our I4II1***1 »it I.c»n1« r«. », Tex. * tbr. " c hlldr.^_wi'n Mlb") by u it Brl< here i^lrs flelurp V A An»l«*ison s*»rlous Thirteen house» fifty bead of cat I lei j rr fntniltl**» are reported j cl Ion *>f the State, anil It ! one hundred houses down. Fifteen renldon reported t*> have b«'*»n j tl at Merkel. T«*x i 1 k I» rat Hi il were Me o*h are nl M 'lay I Smith, aged twenty-«!». atom., riod. |m kfld In th«!» Mublcnburg pall, gunrdcd by u »core of officer», ns eilt »eil» hn\e declared thin he must be -hod In an adjoining cell, num.'ll, d* si. IIOI.I. TWO l oll Ml Hill'll. l-'ttMi« r *»f All* g« «l Ib iray***! CJIrl l.i«' Victim. Itb th*» ('harged f th** fatlu»r «» f th«* girl b* Rorkport. K> tuurdcr 1« »11« g«*d to huv* b«*t ray «ni. I' '**o»Hory to tlu* nuir*i«*r. is n» an rtcHrilo Kimble. ag«'d flft«-«* (» »nid to have 111 f May 1«* ben In hl» years. whom Smith treated. M. J. Kimble bad. ■wa« »een to throw Ou ttie night »hot j Bonnie.] ! l.iit**r hi» «lmight«*r »veral package;* Officer* recovered the contain let gullt.l Into a pond Vnckuge« and »ay they v, demonstrating V\c letters had been Vvh. it t« »aid. and told of the In* k \ u *r v bet we A Smith . by w rit tel flintth and the girl.l K condition and of hi* demand) \s kill her father. ^bd kill hint when h«* Iciirn«**! j Ttie girl lacked the nerve t n y. and Smith wrote. It Ylml he would kill the ! fy Is the ■ the lut t - chats A dher hlral Iri s sls'erl Smith's Wllll I -\*I.VYS I*\UT. ' Saving lti'A i of the «'in Xv anil l*a--' ttgt-rs \r Slavonia. Del C*N, F telegraphy i ItX in \ h,- aavlt ■ t of the Ct total »tt$. of Flor A Junta Wire \tores k * prominent • \.r cr.-vv and g Vi Slavonia miles na Which is a •out h west The tso k v'\lj 1< " 1-UVd \. Ire Fr lnt.es w hen the . :.t^ The oper back his answer and leal rat on of the stricken row.-S iret-t- Ö en hastened speed to tit 1 ' t hoard the Slav •Learner mlb-s away was pick ''I 'IP The »I iud I .nil oq k oshetl Out .1 tin. lo and every es cue - saved. it n i> i.os TWO HI N FLt I* - , ,i \i companl' Earth.;« vl.i- In *• t>y or .1 1.1 NN a»»' u of The to Fadi.-.c ■ ,chl. !" < t!;.- »«.ilheast by un (u Korl of I ' r il )' destroyed nt tht of June 3-4 e killed and « art' q t: k, Two line ' 1 vor o • ■ I The shi>ck !•' ,i ti i..l wave w b-.:.- like eockle w I hi,h n.any a.-ce. •hells. $ WAItMMIFS .UIK SIMKK?I, In IK** lf*rl>or of'J <»«il<*a I 7 *r* Ivirth* < I tick**. ir• : . .U.»'. * vl.f-K-ks nilhw^ii, v|**ra b* 4»*'irdAV Miir^lllnw Tv.n njnnir»jr from c /••r- f«-lt I hr* tût «fit to 9 ul Wllll , ,. wh» not xr«*»V r **;»' »ho ««und ah. v*' * 1 ob# h**r® fri/'ii kt*J « • r my of t >J «ff« * * that A t I c m * *|U*» I >a. 1 !>«* H Ai. north we f»|l H |«M*d »or ted «rai hn eight p*r a) U * In rid a fac The dta el. • trie olUf.fittf at Al» ai ul» hed. bulldlti;-» vu partly d< lights In th* » y and wind * Rep« re at«d that the tirally tl the nailed in h * 4 The rid that they of Fran in Toulon In th her 1« ci»N\ I VI ion *»i *■* I VI i:v l ift ti, < ill \notlicr < <»n IV« -Hi, lit , .. the with 11 of Improving Inatrumei Waahingt Taf1 policy talltie» for giving • Ih« ver tino ntul adriilnUtratloii, th«* I' » « »I - at ' to II another f the Ktnto», looking to on a wide gathering I dent bs» determined t* convention uniformity of legislation The «f »iibj« range will be bold In Washington, Jan 5 a r •nuit of Initiation by the National tultteo j «aident. I It ha» b«*en «a!l**<l nd «• n«*xt Civic Federation, whose inl«1 the matter before th** Pi The rang«* * » f subject« whi< h the cob t f»T«*in*e may «II»« u»» in ultnost infinttn If includes all the aspects of Inter »täte commerce regulations; unlform ! Ity of marriage and divorce laws I among th** States; uniformity of law« , , a j t elating to commercial paper, in i | which alr«*»dy much progress ha»! b..-n made; p | u<y ,. rH - liability net, r,f thn national aovcrnmrnt ; unify- I rJ]pnru food Ipqlalatlon. c hild j i labor law», etc. Ktundardizlng th«* **m- j Hint«« I J shoots sriiri \ ri I lie to lliobnixl >l«»llier'» T««v»n Allege« Innillted III« \\ If«*. at John Nelson came ln | and surrendered to Sheriff C. Rusk. Tex K 1 and told .him he had shot * his stepfather. W A. Petus, w|th a | shotgun, alleging that Petus bad In- I hb* nulted N»*l»on » wife and tt*at when lei j OJ j l#1 It j »he told him about it. h«* g«-t lila | «Moltier's t uoout fif his «t gun and* w«*nt t hoiiM*. *« lk«*.l to teen it hin fr« t of him and »hot $ini The effect In t.be sld«v of his 1 took d. causing only a flesh wound. ) Tb** nu n clinched and In the scufflo fT. the other barrel of the gun went but «II«! not Nfrik«- any on«». Petus g«it hi» own gun und »hot «t Nelson a*: he ran off from the house. Petus ; 1» not seriously Injured. . ! IS SON III MILLION WDI Kimberly Itadly 11 1 .1 lit Missis l.i«' (•UN Nectiah, \VI* Tin* flu* Kimberly I I w ho was badly Injured In a mill at ... . .. 1 . .v.lan, Miss and take., to \ iek= burg hosplUl for an operation to , u ve hin life. In a non of the Neenah millionaire paper manufacturer, Jus. Kimberly, head of the great (let. tht> Wentern dissolved a few j Kimberly Itadly 11 1 .1 lit Missis sippi Sawmill. (•UN ,riH Pap«»r Company. trust, which was • by the national Atn»rn«*y Young Kimberly was being year* a?;« General «irk in th«* south Ilk«* all of j put at tho nu mber* of the Kimberly fiwni to learn the practical side of H ! business, before he could take hold j of his farntlv. | V >f the great Inter**«!» IIUl.H WINS bolt Nil IlllPIt. S'liith «'ttntlinn Woman Kllle«l and _ j th** l f> P 4> f her h«*nd and throat out from ear to ear. the body of Victoria Grlttin. a married woman ! of thin city, wa- found this morning tn the kitchen of the woman s home were found a bloody ax and razor. llody Thrown In Well. With a gash In Columbia, S C with her itU i of the murdered Wash the ell of her premises In the which the murder was evidently com ' milled Three sons Walter, dim and Bussell Is. a friend of the woman. Griftlli. Luke Lc ,î,-a,i woman's daughter, and ■ 1 a former boarder at home, are under arrest lu Medlln. woman's onnertlon with the murder " One WRECK ON T. nml N. t>. Fatally and Five Other* ou*ly Injured. Jacksonville Tex. One trainman was perhaps fatally and five other» seriously injured in th, oq double-header freight near here e:i ythe Texas and New Orleans railroad. sert reck of a \ Ferrinn of DY NAMI n.s • ATTORNEY'. Juan N.ontcrey. Mexim d bomb in tho office Flores wrecking «xpVudpd a Yu y Leon U. • and injuring Flore«. Ferrlno Xh had a mm understanding cr « and Ferlno went home k pr»'l>areNi tb. bomb and H ImK the offio from lb« L «N»»«^^ral>ed it up. the fuse $'V aoAttempted to throw it ed Just after'caving i of like \ un , c .t>4 thr it I- streif -xiokT out . lu^, his hun^Jf 1 V' /' : NEWS NOTES FTttHN WASHINGTON mgs of Ihr Week Briefly 'I old--The l.alesl News From I he Capital Happ It. f .• tax Hdvrxmt#*» f«*<*l f*ncour* my J at lat** <J«*v«»loprii"nU. if tin* Inrorn«* t«x • -rihld**r a' ion ci , i»a I,« « h printpon**d by th«* *|U*» :jf 1 J ur. «* I •* I ' • A no* r I« an National R**d ( r > ■ f h* fi « $:,,0«w for r»*llef work stflla Minor. nt» In Senate are planning vote on tariff bill indefi In In delà non is working on his on mitte«* IInIh hikI wish»*» he hud om mit tees nits and Insurgints. its an* worried over Bry* ipecially out for prohibi [>«*ak«T Cl for tant unlmi more the Demo Demo* a ndldac in since he h tlon. Opp*»nenth of Dutch standard in Mar ronducti j t**st Pr«'sld**ut Interested, bi illd it hi with Pr-ddent, nvasned Senate for tax on cor •onferencs After Aid found majority I tlon dlvld«*nds. tw f*»r four torpedo boat» have been awarded, on« ».he four Kantern shipbuilding com panies. an«l Contr • ach of t< - havg been de Rea r Ad ifJicr Three ta« bed from active duty mirai» II Hemphill and Commander C l* I kin« Manncy and J N I For 5 Secretary Ballinger has eliminated a the common carrier and the »o-call »»«i confiscatory Hau»**» of tb»' j oil and ga»« pipe lino regulation In | I operation in Oklahoma CongrcKsman Brouaaard hai ranged with th« War Department I th** troublesome quation of th«* in-1 dernnlty bond, ment« can proceed I«! I ,vr ! in i ha»! I o(Turn'd to I Improve- j T«rh* Algernon Hurtoria has again ign«»«l from the diplomatic service. r«* iHthmluu Canal Is fully protected j against accident» »ueb Canadian lock». ! a fourteen-foot waterway from 8$ repeat i (K The Department of Agrlruituv has decided to Investigate *e charges nisde by .1. F lYiJ« 1 agaliiHt the meat inspection nyÄin j at the National Htockyarda, Easw3t. I Louis. That It Is not d«*-lrabl*» to build Louis to the gulf was the made to Congn*»s by a special boaikf of engineers appointed to make « «*ereful investigation and (»»tiiuati* . f ( y it wfnilij I ol the question Tii»*v ' ^ ooo.ooo annually I * '7* l 1 1 * recognition of their wonderful ■.hiev eluents In the world of aerJ ft to maintain nanties, yVHI there were presented and Orville Wright, of l>a ton. by President Taft, in the hi lnI j, , , s t r oom of th** White Horn?* two gold medals, one for « ach offltie ; brothers, from the Aero CiubËV« . America. Prominent representunu ! of tills and foreign governuH iU Whisky, in th«* legal meaning ord. Is w lil.tky, even w-.en c J ; I ored or flavorlnjf matter I» added. *r cording to .... opinion rend, red .0 . , , 0 , ITesI, b*.bv Lloyd W . 1 owe,_a.8o ibltor G«*nerul of the limed States. He hold» thnt m hui'Ii coloring and 1 flavoring have been used In all the history of whisky, xuc.h addition can- ; not be Illegal or Incompatible with i j the name whisky. The decision, how- | of ' »■re pr«*Rent th** .*\or, Is not the final word in tin* • ideiatlon of th«- wool-' In th«» con en «c.hedule of the tariff by the sen-I H t**. the Finance Committee won aev j oral victories, three of its amend- a monts to Increase the rstes bv the antes. ! wool top und other shoddy and on tops being adopted Dolllver declared that he j which House on _ n .11 ir had discovered a rag trust, was denied by Senator Warren. Sen ators Warren and l.a Follette were the principal speakers, the former j speaking In favor of Increased and tile Intt. n favor of lower duties. ln the senate, where the woolen schedule of the tariff bill was under i discussion Senator l.a Follette de i lured that Senator Aldrlc.h had for felted the confidence of other Repub-: llcau Senators and had stated half truths which have discredited hi* leadership before this body and be fore this country ' when tho chair of his personal allusion. The lui Folette to order tie called Mr cause latter said he had not noticed that the rule forbidding personal allu sums bad been applied equally to all Senators e:i Twenty-four amend w.tol schedule offered incuts to the ity Mr lm Follette and voted on en bloc were lost, as also were several am. miment* by Senator Bacon and bv Senator Gore a Congress is again interested in a report that the President will veto the tarlfT bill A White House state of ment i* to the effect that no state President's Intention« ment ill of t* have been made Senators have ceased, terslato Comm, lb«- |,ers the same right of appeal to ibt courts now enjoyed by the Railroads it was presented to lTesiduit datt by 1 a delegation of citixens from Fpo- ! i Wane Washington. Conferences A propo-ed amendment to the ln • laiw to give si ip V' WIRE FLASHES dan-e- and Cyclone* did much look »»'Voral Uvt— in Texax lows*. Earthquake in Sumatra killed 200 and injure 1 many One fireman wir Killed and seven Injured In fire at Halifax Bold attempt to retire A lid ill Ham Id by reactionaries wn frustrated Judge Mfxtr** baa amazed London er» by bt* victories at London Hors« ■Show j Soldiers who caused Franco-Ger man row at Casa Blanca wera sen fence to long prison terms Involved In the I 1 i* Mrs Anna Hull, Vandorbilt divorce suit, committed Milcide in IstruUtu fastro's brother will be permitted to return Venezuela if h«.* gives up quantity of arms. Wm. K Cor«* y an«l wife were slight ly hurt in auto ac* ident In France, and gue. war seriously injured. j I Turks have asked Powers to re consider determination to Crete. j ** vacuate r v.\ «• «-arth bo« ks w-*-*re felt on the Riviera, smaller towns suf* f* ilng considerably. ! ; Holland Bennett, while on boney d 1.-appeared from ship bound ( moon, for Naplei Tlx* trial of Railroad Commission- ! <>r Shelby Taylor 1» set for June li 1 at Crowley. The tax rut** of Caddo Parish has been lorn-asi'd from 10 to 11 mills j on un assojMinient of $1$,650,016* The Louisiana Association of I,ocal ! Fire Insuranr«* Agents w ill rn< • ' June 25 In New Orleans. ' . i ; Shreveport capitalist» paid $7 0,000 j I for land near Baton Rouge. La., for | | I ddltlon. a residence Pennsylvania . Sugar Trust and Sugar Company suit was compromis I <*d for $10.500.000. I ! ,, , ,, ,« " 1 "•'""y accepte<1 , nomt, V: Uon for District Attorney of San Fran cisco. | Prosecution concluded case against . I I'atrlck Calhoun. Dofenso will not av whether It will offer testimony. | wer, j nr«» killed and fourteen In Slx Jurod by explosion of blast furnacs nt Wheeling. occurred In Erie over non- | union M«men. and several 1 hurl. , Bind; Hand attempted to assassl- B , wom * n <loc,or ln Chicago for m refusal to be blackmailed. It Is reported that the New York t Central train was hold up near Sy- ffr racuse. ljulllle Suiutnons and Frank Sam- j (K Is were lvnehed at Smoaks. S. C. - of i i 1 hurl. f ( , r the murder of Ben Smoaks. Faxtou Carver, alleged to hav, eTfipeit iffe wtflt-bnC M. Sur phy. was shot and killed by the git ter on a train at Branford. Fla. . ! is Lake Black Hand investigations In Ohio an» being pushed. Inspectors are chagrined at the release of two principal leaders on small bond. The Lake and Gulf Transportation Company has been organized to give steamboats service between Charles and the coa~t. Five certificate» to practice veterl- ; nary Buriccrv and medicine ln Lou!* wer « granted bv the State Board ; ™ ^ ' . Cunarder Slavonia wa, wrecked on Azure« reef, having 400 people, most An ,e r |conn. on board. All were - 1 SB ' e _ | ' vl >* Haggen, a negro, confessed ; at I,a > - st - l-ou> a * SHas., to stabbing i Captain l'. l<ray and Implicated j | two others. Raymond Carroll, son-in-law of Adjutant General William E. Mlcklo, seriously I accidentally shot and wounded himself at Mobile. People at Loreauville, La., are ln a panic over fear of hydrophobia and j a dozen children are on the way to ! New Orleans, for treatment. General Evans was re-elected Com- | j mander-ln-Chlef of Veterans over] hts protest. Mibile won next lie- i union easily i I Canadian looks at Saulte St. Marie j were wrecked, one steamer sunk and two damage 1 by carelessness of en I : ' General W D. Cameron, of Merl Memphis j glneer of one of the steamers i dtan, Miss., stricken ln while attending the Confederate re- . union, died at Tupelo, Suit was filed at Crowley against the Beatty Brokerage Company, of Ijtke Charles. $1,500 penalties being , claimed for alleged violation of tho State feed inspection laws. I °* Klks. at the sixth annual meeting at °* I j I Will Mack, a negro, charged with 1 The Mississippi Association Vicksburg, elected F. A. Scott. . Vicksburg. President, and selected Natohex for the next Convention, assault mi»» win be tried June special term of rcurt at Brandon, The prisoners is being kept in hiding Pheahatchle. criminal at 21 at a that if tile Porto Rican Legislature fails to pass an .appropriation bill by the authorities. The Porto Rican bill, unamended. a has pased the House. It provide« the same appropriation shall hold as provided in the last bill passed. by 1 n.eut will ! health. I ln [ whoso case a mistrial was recently j had at Plaquemtne. I-a . for the mur der of Prof. F. S. Van Ingen, asked * for ball, contending that confine I impair the prisoner*» Five physicians were ap Attorney for F. F. Bouvy. j pointed to examine the accused. goard Does Not Favor teen-Foot Channel. I SEVERAL REASONS ARE GIVEN and < F*'«*ftn-<ioing Adapt***! to Would < *>*t •rÄCHHi.OOO 000,000 Yiarljr. YfftorU .N'H lOwr Navigation. waterway waterway | co "' « j structlon and $ 8 . 000.000 annually • . : based on a survey J special ced » 4 -feet from Washington Th«* prop« St. deep waterway project Iyjui» to the Gulf received a blow. when the Board of Engineer» report I Bd to Congre«» that such a waterway 1 i* not desirable desirable. cost $ 12 ». 000.OOP for The * not would The report was j of the Mississippi river by a I Board of Engineer», created by act | conclusion reach- I Th« j of Congrus ** i by both the »pedal t regulf .1 and the Board < f Engin**« r.-v ar*- prac tl* ally th« nine f the regular board The report ! that it is not desirable to construct a ; navigable channel fourteen feet deep . from Chicago to ( from St. Loti il or mouth of the Mi.-Hlsslppi. was based on th«* conclusion of : - ! j or ' ial hoard that only . iginaflng from sour«« s that do not i at present ship by river would justi ; fy the gr»*at cost of a fourteen-foot commerce waterway. It I» claimed that the present .and« of commerce between St. Louis Gulf will be adequately met n and the by an eight-foot channel from St. | Louis to the South of the Ohio and a channel of not lesa than nine-feet in depth below the mouth of the Ohio, j ** . boards belief I» that an eight- I foot channel fron, Chicago to St. ' I l ;t corresponding with the present eight-foot project from St. Louis to Cairo I» .ho least that would ade so (juately * meet the demands of com merce. It adds that such a waterway would be desirable, provided its cost Present and pros pectlve demand« of commerce be tween Chicago and the Gulf would be adequately served, the board re ports, by a throiiRh nine-foot channel so Estimates for the chan- ! 10 nel have not been completed, but promised to Congress by next De- ' comber. Mr. Marshall. Chief of En- is B , nwrs lnfornlftd Congress in trans- i m , tt , n ' , h(> report that he cou i d not ! sUt0 definitely whether either of 1 t pese channels' was desirable until af ffr accurate estimates were made. I The special board found that by i means of constant dredging a depth : of eight feel is now practically main trained in the channel from St. Louis to Cairo, and of nine feet from | 1 , a reasonable to the Gulf Cairo to the Guy Rtvr»; regulation , is counted on by the board to make permanent an * eight-foot channel from St. Louis to Cairo. By dredg ing n fourteen foot channel may be obtained. The board rejected ns opposed to all reason, all propositions requiring the abandonment of the already good open river navigation. stitution of a lateral canal for any ! ; '"K an <» hank protection, »ddltlon at certain localities of con tract works, as an auxiliary will achi eve permanence of channel, which can not be obtained by dredging re p ort declared. , .. . ..... cons,dering the commerce phases of th«* question, the special | board reported that although it had sought to obtain front commercial organizations facts as to the pro» j (| V e commerce, which requires a fourteen-foot channel, it ha» recetv- j ed very little definite Information. It: added that no actual large future de or the sub- ' part of the river below Cairo. Dredg vlth the velopments of commerce are I sight. yet in j and lake quire a 14-foot channel Instead of a »-foot channel, would not be an econ The position was taken that ocean vessels, such as would re | oml >' niPans of transporting produc on the river. i Due to the necessity of buildin.. i an ocean vessel of sufficient strength I to resist storms. Its costs In the Fnlt ed States was estimated at $41.50 The Mls I par ton freight carried. : slsslppl river steamboats and barges ' capable of transporting 10,000 tons nf freight on an 8 1-2-foot draft can j be t.uitt for about $12 pf>r ton of . freight carried, it , vas estimated. UECiriMKITY COTTON MILLS. $.700.000 Worth of St.ok to he Held I In Trust for Employees. Boston.—Within the next day or two Eugene N. Foss all offer subscription the stock of the new 00 t tO n mills to be established In East I Boston and to be known as the Re j clprocity Cotton Mills. The company I will offer $1,000,000 preferred stock 1 with $500.OuU common stock as a I for for the benefit of the employees, so that each employee will share in the bonus. There will also be issued $500 000 comon stock to trustees to hold proJts Planter Kill* Over-,-or Who Eloped INVOKES FNWRITTEN LAW. With Hi* Wife . Bradford. Fla.—Paxton Carver, who is aloged to have eloped with [ the wife of C M Murphy, a wealthy j contractor and planter, was shot and kiled here by Murphy w hile .-eated * in a passenger traiu. Mr and Mrs. Murphy have several children. Carver was not married. Murphy was a re? ted and w ill be given a preliminary trial immediate'} . I Car* of Matting. To keep matting perfectly »gab r>. bright and new looking, go over be door first with damp doth. Let lrv thoroughly, then glee the aanu a I tun coat of clear varnish. Worth ki ,-ntng for spring or fail hoaaecleaa ing.—New York World. Practical Ccverm. Th** housekeeper who Is deep in »•infi y hou.'*» refurnishing and fitting ■should remember that the moat prac tical covers for dressing tables and writing stauds are plain glass sheets. «» and embroidered mats show un "' >r th<>n , M we!1 as jf on the top and | c i«an an Infinite « The elass tops are a . guests who are apt to lay I I to th« injury of ÜBC lin J ng _y or k Sun. / !, while longer, safeguard against | I à Pots and Pans. here pa In small apartments _ • ■ om is limited, n good idea is to hive sh(*lv«s mad«*, fastened together of board at upright pieces end. to fit »pace under the »ink. s pot» and pans can bo and kept free 1 'AH a ^ . ^ ach down upside from dust, and to h curtain suspended on conceal all from brass - xdtfW BBB rods, mad* of dark colored cretonne, outside of u ^ j stretched across making a neat appearance. ! New Haven Register. ran be -ink, ; '' m,ns ' 1,1 ^ '° c 1 . . . country houses is co, ° n vt ' 1 ^ B,lU rilled in colors to suit the rugs and A room just being Stencilled Velour. for St. | a in j ** . ~ , .. pnir I tnatch a rich Oriental rug St. cushions and the pillows arecovetvd with the same material. Crash 1» ai Btencilled to order In the same way. The prices for the work an* not ex The crash is also used for Neither the other furnishings. ' comp1o*e*l has draperie» of this kind pattern and colors to The, chair stencilled in to so orbitant. be b«*d and table covers the velours will fade, it ii crash nor «aid.—New York Sun. The brown skin patches which an. so dLfiicurlnj; amt^seemliiRly so hard 10 cur come suppose (fly from the liver Many remedies bave been tried for them, but tin latest cure is so simple that It should at least be lasted by every woman who wiehes to fight the blemishes. A skin special 1st declares that he haa had more suc cess in treating brown patches by coplou* water drinking than in any °«her way. The patient is forced to drink ten ^ twelve glasses o watet a üa >'. tal 'fK; no other met cine. * «hört ti* her skin shows good effects | an< « ln "1"^ oa.es the brown ,*tches 1 will disskwar entirely.—Indianapolis Water Drives Away Blotches. f , s Nev ^^^ractive Guest Room. The simplest guest room that any one could Imagine, it a gray rag carpet, covered wirb plain gray paper and a black moulding joined them to the The narrow old-fashioned woodwork of window and door sills ! made streaks of black in keeping with the moulding above the hanging of gray Japanese crepe. Many tones of The floor had on The walls w< re served to throw lll ' f ^ ]' . , , . . . •""» relief odd bit» o blue and yellow Moorish po.terj an a row o 11 , The ,,ook , s f? 1 ^ ^ the whole gray scheme of things. They wUh blue Holland linen j finely minced celeiy and cheese, moisten with M ' f'lling. and tk« A titles on the backs weiç oj,« sm.aH k pasters.—New yellow World. Recipes. Of Celery Sandwich.—Eq sh cretin inaite or . - marshmallows, i.llSM ^I cuit of thttk. Mrrtt co*» > one cup o(')p||M: aralatth «•* a!! trtfPth. T. tW* I» m tori M* M whipited cream: neoaag thin bread, eover with a,i and spread with cHTIÉ bmtered m '-Oat M Marshmallow* Whip Slt on * ce - twenty hours bel delicious dessert. Udll« lato Esealloped Aspari inch lengths enough «HRM gus to make 1 pint. Rilttd <k -h and till with alternaU» asparagus and bread crnmbt ing well with butter, pepper upatw Of Four over the v> !i to taste, of milk and bake 20 miuuh at once. a Orange Cream Pie.—Beat thoroulK, lv the yolks of two eggs with one-fcàit I cup of sugar, add two heaping table s|*totis cornstarch or flour, dissolved in a little milk and cook three minutes. Cool and flavor with one teaspoon of orange extract and pour Into a baked crust. Beat the whites, put on the top and brown in oven. Corn Soup—Open a can of corn, empty Into a saucepan and cover with water. I jot come to a boil, add plenty of sweet milk and cream »nd let ; stand until thoroughly heated, then pour through a colander to remove the coarse jiart of the corn. Return to the fire, season with salt, pep iter and butter and serve with crackers or wafers. Southern Sour Milk Biscuit.—One quart of flour sifted with one teaspoon of baking soda and one teaspoon of | salt and one teaspoon of sugar; then j add two tablespoons good lard cr t drîppings; ruh ajl together with thu . hands, then add sour milk to make a | staff batch. Roll out thin, hake in • | hot oven. Serve while hot with how ey or maple syrup.