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Jh Mis Effort tp tela
trial fat Extortion.
CASE Of SCHMITZ
Mayer of San Francisco, Indictee
with Ruef on Same Charge,
Goes to Trial To-day.
.flanjnjifrjsco, Aarch 12 '-The stntt
eupriino court, on Monday denied the
application of Abraham Knef, Indicted
for oxtortlon, for a writ of prohibition
to prevent Judge Dunno from proceed
'ln'wlth Iho trial or Knot pciidlm; the
dlapafcltlftii of tho wilt of error to the
United States supreme court granted
.hy Judso Uehha,rd.
:JU$ge Do Haven In the United
HJa'tes dlstrlpl crfnirt l of used Hnct's
peU(lori.'for a,t vrl( pf habeas corpus
arit ftoniel Hunt the. rlaht to appeal
rotn tliln declnlnn.
-VVben Judge Dunne's court opened
Monday n fierce scrlmmago resulted
from tltii alleraptH of hundredii of per
souu..to gel In, For flyo minutes ballirfs
llntfied with,, the mob, perhaps r,0 ol
vJiom mieceeded In getting Inside.
Judgo.Duilno ordered tha doors lock
ed; i)it, uu'tU tlui adjournment of the
stjsiilon many Htood In the corridor,
hoping vainly for a chance to rc: Into
tho court room.
ituef appealed wIDl all his attorneys
nave 8amuel M. ShortrldRe, who, hav
ing .been ordered to jail on Friday by
Judge Dunne for contempt and who 13
n'oty at liberty on lil.s recognizance by
virtue of ap appeal to th. district
cdilrt of appeals, Withheld himself
from appearance, Itnof took a seat
nieiir the counsel tahle. Hy him sat
.Mayor Sclnnliz. Afwlslant District At
toruey. Henoy appeared for the people
The contest wwi opened by Mr.
TTeney, whb moved that iho court
Uitnsu the order made by .TiuIko lleli
hard In Ihe miperlni- court by which
Jluef'a original $r.n,000 ball was re
duced. Heney (rounded his motion on Ihe
declaration that Ituef never was actu
ally In confinement; that his petition
to .Judge. Ilebbaid for release on
habeas corpus was not bona tide and
that a court cannot reverse Itself In a
habeas corpus decision. I
Attorney Aeh, chief counsel for
Ruef' opposed lieiiey'H inotlon, assert
ing that under the conailtullon of Call
fornfa a writ of huhuiH corpus Is
granted not by the court, but by the
Judge, in his own discretion, and is ab
solutely final and may (lot under any
circumstances be net aside by another
judge of a co-ordinate' court.
"In my opinion," said .liidsn Dunno.
" "the proceedings In Department Four
(Judge Hebbard's) of the superior
.court were hail by means of Irickory
and were n fraud.
e n fraud. I believe that the
md no jurisdiction In this
corpus application, but If ltlM
risdlctlondudge H.-bbard-ri ac
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. habeas co
tlou In refusing the writ of habeas cor
pus and remaudlng Heuf :ud then
, granting by writ of error an appeal to
the highest court In the land with the
obvipus lutonl. of restraining a Judgn
of, cpncitrrenl Jurisdiction from legal
procedure in the same case, doen not
operate as a uupersedeiu. barring this
court from proceeding In the case."
Judge Dunne brought the argument
to, ft cloSo by remarking: "As no hard
ship can he worked by deferring this
bearing until the supreme court Is
.heard from, 1 will take under consid
eration, tho motion (n set aside t)io or
der lu Department Four and will ad
journ, the present proceedings until to
The court remanded Uuof to the cus-
.tody of. Elisor HIggy until that time.
The cauo of Mayor Schmlt., In
dicted with Ttouf for extortion on fire
counts, ,wa then called. Counsel an
nounced that the defendant was ready,
but' demanded a Keparato trl.il.
Schraitz announced his readiness to go
to. trial to-day and Judge, Dunne sot
the case, for 10 u. in.
Robbed and Asiaulted His Employer.
- New York, -March ' 12. Charged
with assaulting Mortimer L. Schlff,
(prominent In financial circles, with u
fbpwllng pin after robbing his resi
dence at 932 Fifth avenue, Lawrence
,'De Fo.Ulko, 21 years old, u valet, was
ajTeijted Monday. Do Foulko was com-
'mltted to prison under $',,000 ball. Ac
!nArlnri' In Qr-lttlY lltfi lirtu.nni- innn
4vuit3 ," W-....M, ...1, ,...w..w. .....-
aged to get nway
worth of Jewelry.
With uhnnt $200
Officials Deny the Story,
f'y Washington, March 12. Statu do-
nartnient ftfilclalo ..to emphatic lu
'ufe'lr denial of report, that President
Zeiaya, of Nicaragua, forced .Mr.
.Jlojry, the American minuter o N'lc-
arauga. out of Nicaragua and offered
hlm,a serious lur.uil nl the llmo of
'Merry's visit to Managua, the Nlcar-
a'guan capital, thiee weeks ago.
;chaefr, Regains the Championship.
Chicago,. .March 12, "Juke" Schao
fer, of Chicago last night won the
world's billiard championship al ll?.l
Wlljnrds from Oeorge Sulton. Score:
Schaofer eqp, Sutton -148,
Will Not Discriminate.
'.-Washington, March 12. Tho post-
office (lopartinenl does not Intend lo
draw the color llpo t the mutter of
'.vtiita and negro nil,lvay mall cnrke
working together on lio same inns
- Although an iptln.ution has been given
the. superintendent!, "f 'he railway
Dial) service that whlje cfcrks u lljt
tmlddln west are iiieiiuilni: to reuuesl
viifJ',;'??Wri"9tVt' W u changn sc
., as to put th ttegrocs nil Ihe turn,
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: BRIEF NEWS NUGGETS.
M. I'otltoff, the iircmier and mlulslei
of the interior, was nssupslnatcd a
In the United States circuit court a
Knoxvllle, Tenn.. Hobert 1). Oliver nnt
hip sK foremen weie acquitted on tlu
charge of pepnage. There ware V
white men and one negro on the Jury
Kodolphus W. Fuller, tho Inventor o
the machine to make horse shoes, it
dead at Hanover, Conn., aged fili years
Fuller's Invention was copied hy mor
who made millions through It, but tlu
Inventor died a poor man.
The Inquiry by the somite commit
tec on military affairs into the facti
connected with the, affray at Tlrowns
vllle, Tex., which resulted In tho dl
churjt' or a battalion of the Twenty
nflh. Infantry, has been resumed ul
Tho legislative Inquiry Into the new
state cnpltdl contractu and account?
has begun at Harrlsburg, i'a. Tho In
rustication grpw out of nllcgallnnt
that ihero were gross oxlravagnnco
overchaixeif and duplication of llenu
in the equipment of the building.
Paid a Fine of '53,000. j have built around the story of Evelyn
Ilurllngton, Vt., March 12. Tho Con I '"''J1 T,1,.awi -su'- Jerome- began to
solldatod Kend'crlng Co., of ltoston . ""-tack thh. story as soon as court
which owns the lllirllnglon Tttsnrtorlns ' "(,:ncicl- inr ensued a well-nigh
Co.'h plant In this city, pleaded gulltj . (p',s,!leHS, hstwcen the prose
In the Chittenden county court Mon I i--aiid Delpkln M. Delnms, the load
day t four IndlctmentH churRlng sell '" ;i8;l for the, defense, at tho end
lug and having In Its possesion din . of which .justice. Mlstse-rald uphold the
eased moat, and was fined $:t.000 and n,.1(J. Ial.(l "W M t beginning 6t tho
flic Indictments contained W ,
to :U of which the companj
pleaded gulliv. The remaining counts :
together with the liidlclments on slml
i,ii- ,.i..in.,w i-i.int-no,! in- iiir. wi-imii Im-v .
aunlUHL L. K. (trliihum. manager of the '
Uitrllnglon phmt, will he quashed.
Aliened "Joke" Caused Death. v
I'itlslmrg. March IL'. John Dombi,
20 Voiu-H old. a laborer, employed III
the messed steel ear works a
Kee's Hocks, was burned to death
Monday, the victim of a Joke.
- Ins fatigued, ha lay down in front or a
hot coke salamander and fell ..sleep.
ll Ib alleged a craneinan poured oil
over the salamander, thinking the
OmxIi whim III,, nil Kl.mil, I L'll III wnlllll
Ing fatigued, be lay down In front of a
Hash when the oil should Ignite would
frighten the sleeping man. Most ol
the oil Instead, of going Into the sala-
, mandor fell on Dombl. Whwi the Hash
came, ll Ignited his c)olls.
Wan Designed by Stanford White.
Now York, .March 12. The commit
tee to select a monument for the
Prison Ship Martyrs on Monday
awarded tho contract to a Brooklyn
company. Tho price win be $172,000
and tho monument will be erected iu
Fort Creene purl;, Urooklyn. It vrat;
designed by the late Stanford White
and will be 200 foot high and con
structed -of white granite.
The Merger Law Is O. K.
Philadelphia, March 12. The state
uup.enie court on Monday affirmed
the Judgment of the superior court
permiltlng, tho consolidation of' I'itls
lmrg and Allegheny City. The case
h.-m been fought from the lower courts,
the opponents of "Ort,ato.r Pittsburg"
claiming that the legislative act pro
viding for the consolidation was un
constitutional. Biggest Pottery Is to be Sold.
Klttannlng, Pa., March 12. I.iy a
decree of the- Armstrong county courts
tho Ford china pottery at Ford City
i will he otTered for sa o on AnrI Iti to
satisfy S32.00Q of first mortgage bondt
j j,ejci by the Fidelity Title and Trust
; rjr,., of Pittsburg. This is said to be
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liu, mrni;n,. ijui.it.'r; miner uuw nun in
the Hnlled States.
It has been closed
Killed Wife, Children and Himself.
Dresden, March 12. A crime ol
particular honor has occurred hero
Herman WILsdorf, a retired forester
shot and killed fivn of his six children
and wounded the sixth child. He then
killed his wlf, after wliton he com'
Discovered a New Comet.
Cnmbrldgo, Muss., March 12. The
dUcovory of u new comet was nn
nmmced Monday In tt cablegram ro
cclvpjl nt the Harvard observatprj
from Piof. KrenU tit Kiel.' the discov
erer being Olucoiilnl n( Nice, fl
Twenty-two Men Drowned.
Hiiddlug. Cal., March 12. Twenty
four (J reek kilmien; started to crns
Ibo ftacranuuilo river In a boat at Pill
Monday afternoon. The bout cnpslxed
and. 22 pf Ihe men Were drowi.cj. The
men were employed hy jha Now pel
I,?call,ed tho Autl-.Merer BUI.,
Lanalng. Mich.. Muroh' 12. Tin.
ijta'li .laniito lat jilght if(.(alled from
tho govc.rupi: and' tabled -the nlll U
Mr.Jerome CallsTen Wit
nesses to the Stand.
HE GAINS LITTLE.
District Attorney Encounters a Stone
Wail in Trying to Assail Young
Mrs. Thaw's Story.
New York, March 12. -On Monday,
the llrst. day of the gate's caso In re-
nuttai at tho trial of Marry K. Thaw,
I District Attorney .loronio ealne to a
j temixlrary standstill against the prac
tically solid wall the rules of evidence
trial that young Mrs.. Thaw's story
"aH u'ltniHsiDKi only as tending to
""w, "", ''n1?1 '! uwn, "avo "aa ,n
I'libaaticlilg (he defendant'fi mind and
"" lti truth or fdli.lty Is not waterlul.
Ml- -1'1'"'"" tried to avoid thin lulo
by deelnrJng he was endeavoring
merely to show by Inference hy cir
cumstantial evidence as to facts and
details in tho stoiy tllUt Mrs. Thnw
could not pofislhly have told the story
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were spi-nt la argument and In nearly
every Instance when Ihu smoke of
obnlllet cleared away Mr. Dolmas had
won his point a.i to tho law, while Mr. i
,iuriiiu: in urn very nrguine.u liso.i
had got before the Jury a nerfoct
knowledge ns to what his witnesses
would havo teiitlfled to bad they
been permitted. Tlio district attorney
called ten "wlti.etMj.s during tho day,
but aside from drawing' from the
Htnto's eyewlluosKOS to the tragody the
opinion that Thaw seemed rational the
night he bhnt and Hilled Stanford
White, little real headway was made.
Government Sues Lake Shore Road.
Buffalo, N, V., Alureh 12. District
Attorney Mass has tiled l.' complaints
brought by the government against
tho Lake Shore &. Michigan Southern
Hallway Co. for violating the law In
regard to the transportation of cattle,
lu each complaint Judgment is asked
for $100, the maximum penalty Impos
ed by the law, tho amount aggregating
17,500. Vivo federal law provides that
cuttle shall not be kept confined in n
railroad car for more that 28 consecu
tive hours. Iu nil of the 1," suits fllod
the government alleges that the cattle
were confiped for nbl less thnn 39
. The Mystery Is as. Deep as Ever.
New York, Murch 12. Mylcs Stand
Ish, brother-in-law of Dr. Horace N,
Marvin, camo to New York Monday
from Dover, Del., to superintend the
search here lor Dr. Marvin's 4-year-old
sou, Horace, Jr., who was kidnapped
last Tuesday from jita fathor's home
eight miles. from Dover. Mr. Standlsh
acknowledged thai iho, mystery sur
rounding the disappearance of the boy
was as deep us It was n Week ago,
when the .child was wljlsked out ol
sight within a spnqa pf less than five
Will Vote on State-WldeProhlbltlon.
Guthrlo, Oklu., March 12. State
wide prohibition vlll be submitted at
n sepuruto coiistHptlonal provision to
tho people of tho new stato, the con
stitutional convention having adopted
the. proposal Monday by.a vote of 69 tc
Railroad on Trial (or Rebating.
New York, March 12.- -Tlio trial ot
tio Delaware, Lackawanna .& W.eatern
Itallroail Co. on a charge of grnntlpf;
rebalpfi on r,iw Mlilpni'eitU " (roin
llrooklyu to Uutr.alu aijd iiolnts west
was begun before Judgo,f lough lu the
Uplfed Slates cottri Monday.
Three. MeQKIII6'd t
Motpehf'ii. N. .1., Mtlici 12; Three.
men Terp stinm ruiu n nujuaer of oth
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RIOT R!IGNS Use
i a l. ii i-mt- J . -r . ;i , i j. L jl . i.'
f . fc,
As 9 Result of Louisvilk
Street Car Strike.
Ye Run' Cars are frustrated by Sym
pathizers w'rth the Strikers
Pdke ire 'Inefficient:
Louisville, Ky., MaVch 12. VUenco
tesultlng In Injury to a dozen person
and a feeble and-spasmodic opratlon
of 100 out o tho tisufll 600 cvs for n
few .hours under Inadequate police
protection Monday, marked the bicond
day of the strike of the union em
ployes of tho LoiHsvllle Hallway Co,
Few of tho cors onerated were.
patronized, and a number wero stoned.
As u general Iblug'tlie crowds that
thronged the strcejs near the car
larha .drove the crows off the curs'by
merely surging-forward and ordering
the men away. ', '
Mayor Barth last night said that he
had not been asked to swear In extra
policemen and that his course in this
regard would be guided solely by Iho
Superintendent-Funk, of the sheet
railway company.'.den'led that any pro
fessional strike Breakers had been
sent for. He sald'that all extra men
hired so far were residents of Louis
villa and vicinity. He said tlat 225
men reported for, work Monday,
Mr. funk declared that the first cars
sent out to-day would carry two po
licemen aboard each one, and that It
the crowds could be kept moving the
service would be extended during the
At 1 o!clock Monday afternoon nt
tempts to maintain Bervlce within the
city limits wero abandoned and three
hours later the Suburban lines wero
also given up, but tho Intorurban
service to Indiana was not Interfered
with. In addition-to tho great Incon
venience to people living in Loulsvlllo,
tbero were .lost night about 11,000 sub
urbanites spending' tho night In Louis
ville. Clashes between tho strikers and
their sympathlzern on one sldo and
the police and' strlko Breakers on
the other were numerous during the
day. A charge -of Insubordination
against soverul policemen was .made
by Pollco Captain Jacobs during the
day. Cnpl. Jacobs, who with a detail
of 50 men was stationed at tho car
bnrns at Fourth and Avery streets,
called Chief diieiither to tho scenq
during the morning' with tho report
that his men could not or would not
make arrests of men as directed and
that the captain himself had made,
most of the arrests at that point.
Chief Onenther took charge of tho
situation there and remained for seV'
Later In tho day the scones of turbu
lence wero brought nearer the city
and later In the day tho down town
streets were congested with strikers
and their sympathizers, who hooted
j.nd Jeered at tho few care, which were
i-im, only a nan dozen cars ran unr
Ing tho late afternoon and these were
cuarded by, two pollcomen on .each
pfatf9nn and several Inside,
ill I I' HI II in." i "
Will Form a Union of their Own.
Tonopnh, Novada, March 12.
Ooldtleld minors have decided to sever
their connection with "'tbe' Industrial
Workers of tho World and form u
union of their ovrn. At Goldfleld great
excitement has been caused by lu
ternlclne labor troubles. John Sllva
was killed Sunday night and Joe
Smith, of .the Industrial -Workers, Is
under arrest. Sunday the .first shift ot
miners of the consolidated companies'
at Cioldficld was called out on strike
by the Industrial Workers of the
World because tho carpenters would
not Join their order. The "shift went
on as usual, declaring that they would
no longer be dictated to by agitators.
AN EXPENSIVE HONEYMOON.
A Colorado Farmer I 'Worked" b)
Hh Now Wire for $6,000' and Sh
Chicago, March 12. Mia. Sophie
Warabaugh, formerly Sophie FInleu, ol
Denver, Col., who was married Id
court last Friday after she had been
arraigned on the charge of obtaining
$3,000-from her prospective husband
William Wambaugh, .- disappeared
Monday after obtaining more than
$3,000 from her husband.
Wambaugh reported to the police
mat ue nan
gone to a department
aw? 2L& .-l- us ".',
Vuw WVDtll lw v J V !' v
i, i,0ni V Pn, a iRri?J
hqlmd purchased. His wife
He had nbbut M000l?bef6re enTe'lns
tL rolmiLH?;. ?,n Pft
until, he came out" Ho searched the ZTIvraZToZI ZZay
tBhrmnttora10tiU' af BWW,S to SShuSSl o jLulZ$
Wambaugh Is a farmorln Colorado uter Kennedy was bound over to tho
and Friday after his wedding he said Brand j,-y.
that he and his wife wore' about to ro
turn there uud live on'jils. frm. Does Not Benefit Concumere.
Wambaugh told tho, .police that he Columbus, O.i March 12. Several ot
had spent more than $0,000 on.hla wl.fe. ;he big coal companies on Monday an-
since ho met lor In. Denver a; week jounced a reduction ot 50 cents to
ago. This amount Includes 4he $3,00C li,60a. ton In the price of Hocklug
bud uyitti.iuu iroin mm wuimay, iicu
asked why lib gave hor such a large
outu, .luiuuauKu repnea; ivcu, huc
said she wanted to buy liat.1'
f-r r ,
Vehicle Tax Ordinance ts Upheld.
' Columbus, 0,, iarch11 12. Tho clr
cult court op Monday h.eld that tho'
vehicle tax ordinance' piissed 'bytfie
i, Hk 39 B vP 1 1
Cure Piles Privately at Hone With.
out Pal r Operat.en
Trial Paokage Mailed Free
The restilt of an irritated mem
brane ennnot bp cured with a
knife, but by removinp, the cause
of tbe irritation.
What is a more natural euro
than a slrotiR unit yet healing
balm which will bring life back
to the (leadened tissues.? This is
I he action of the Pyramid Pile
Cure. The little supposition inclt
nway into the J'evorifjli membrane
licnl the ulcers., remove Ibo inflam
mation and swelling and brh.cj
back the Tectum to 'its normnl
Tho-resjnH is -effected painlessly
mid withoiTbvlbe loss of n mo-
youn tnny iiu-
ties. The trentme
w nnpliwl at
hotflc, in the priv
room-. The rcme.
preparation nnd our
gunrnnteo of .its kpiiuii
Thoutands ol cases
the following might be
prove our claims.
" tried the sample ofl your
cure you sent to me. used it
nnd then bought a 50 cent's box.
The results were immediate nnd
Aurpr.'Uing to me. I assure you.
I have been to a dozen of the host
doctors .nnd paid much tmqnoy to
them with no results whatever. I
bad tbisi affliction for 20 years.
I was in n hospital for n long
time, and I left it physically brok
en down. I owe you u debt or
gratitude. J Jieliovc that pile.1,
would be banished from munnnlly
imd become an unknown thing,
wero every one afflicted with them
to but .spend from oOc to $1.00 for
.Pyrrtmid Pile Cure. Its ppeedy ac
tion also mnkes it,.oxti,o.is..!Y Invor
nble for impatient people. I
am yours, sincerely. George IT.
Knrtlctt, "Mnttnpnji,., Sings j;' ,
'No inn U or haw badly yon suf
fer from "piles we want to cure you
If yon will try n JYee package to
prove its. merits yourself-, ' we wMl
gladly send it to your name and
address nl once. ' We will leave
it to you lo decide whether you
can' n fiord to discontinue ' tho
frcntimenl. Pyramid Drug Co., 8-1
Pyramid Pldg., "Marshall, "Mich.
All druggists sell tho Pyramid
Pile Cure, just Iho same us tho
sample nl iiO cents per box
A Driver Formerly Employed by the
Adams Exprecs Co. Is Said to Have
Stolen Goods Worth $20,000.
New York, Mnreh 12. Whon City
Magistrate Whitman had heard tin
story of several dqtectlves .Monday he
held William Leonard, 20 years old, a
driver formerly employed by the
Adams Express Co., lu $10,000 ball.
The detectives arraigned Leonard on
a short nflldnvlt, but they told the
court that when they had made a
complate investigation they believed
they would have evidence to charge
tbe driver with tho larceny of between
f 20,000 and $25,000. worth of' goods.
When Leonard was arraigned Jacob
Leylne and Harry Bobken, of Now
York, wero taken before the magis
trate, charged with receiving stolen
goods. Each was held In $5,000 bail.
The express company officials de
clare that thousands of dollars' worth
of goods have been stolen from them.
The method of operation was to collect
shipment and then
deliver to a confederate.
165,000 Applloatlons for Pensions.
Washington, March I?. Commis
sioner of Pensions Warner stated
Monday that 185,000 applications for
pensions havo been fllod under the
service pension law enacted during
the sesblon of congress Just closed.
The commissioner estimates that 300,
000 applications will be received uuder
the new law, which allows tho grant
ing of pension for service In the Mexi
can and civil wars, ut tho rate of $12
a month to vetorans C2 years of age,
$15 to thoso ii" and $20 to those who
aro 70 years of age,
Murderer It Released, on $1,000 Ball.
Cleveland, March 12.--To comfort
what It is feared are tho last hours of
his mother, Richard Konne'dy, Jr., 'wiio
Sunday saved her llfo whon ha jellied
his father with a baseball bat In the
ays -a sz, us tx k
"on- wnB ri!leaed on ball and hurried
to jer bedslde Monday. A chario of
(us!t0'- "" Pced against
" b' AHl.UDt County Prosecutor
ioai., An oven larger cut was mado In
the prices of alitor grades of coal.,
These nra Jobbers' prices and do uot
meet the rotall trade,
Evangelist was We Paid.
Oberlln, 0 March 12. Ho v. M. H.
Lyons, the evangelist, who has been
:onnuciing, rocetjngs jiorp,, left Mon-
il. ML PAT
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,uan(yniy, dc ifnv jar rorjury. '
Stetihonvilie,. 0 'ata.12..Frd'ir
fck O. Falrbankft, soil, ot the'vlie pres
ident, can be tried for;rJwryaMitlJi.t
tor dttbbrnatlon of perjury,? aydt'e,
Hlchards on Monday hilA thAfHw c
and and'thlrd counts of the iridtetatftf;
ivfilch 'charge subornation of peiM'
trere Invalid. Proseciitor Albaa'.noted
Exceptions to the court's ruling and ho
will carry tbe case to the clrcult.court..
fte says ho irtay dedldo to try Fair
banks on the first count for perjury ,be
fore tbo case Is taken to the circuit
46UrL which meets in May.
i Will Try It Aflaln.
Cofunbufl, O., March 12. Sto,te Fire
Marshal -Creamer and David B. Shdrp.
'its attornoyj left Monday for Lansing,
Mich., to argue before Gov. Warner
the application for the extradition ot
tfa 8 Bryant, who Isanted in Will
iams county on an old arson charge.
Once beforc'Ohlo made requisition for
Bryant, and-It was refused by Gov.
Warner Uecause Bryant proved that
he was In Michigan nt the time the al
leged crime was committed.
Court Sustains Rorlr.k's Action,
Columbus, O., March 12, The cir
cuit court ou Monday sustained Super
intendent Itorlck, of the institution for
feeble minded youth, In his attitude ot
refusing to accept as a patient a boy,
.VllburIteynolds, who Is "blind, deaf
ind dumb and Imbecile. Mandamus
firoceedlngs to force him to admit tho
3hlld wore Instituted and It 1? upon
these the court passed.
THE ALHAMBRA CRUMBLING.
Beautiful Moorish Palace In
Fast Going to Pieces.
Paris. The Alhambra, the-beautiful
old Moorish palace at Granada, whose
history has been written by Washing
ton Irvlnf and which Is visited annu
ally by crowds of tourists from Ameri
ca, Is In n serious stato of decay,
Four years ago cracks began to ap
pear In the walls, one great fissure
now extending from the base of one
of tho towcrB nearly to tho top. The
historic building now contains many
other cracks, both Inside und outside,
,and its general stato of repair Is very
The Spanish government contribu
tion toward the carp ot tho Alhamhr.i
ho,s been quite inndequnte, only $2,500
a year being allowed for restoration
work to the official conservator of the
Alhambra. It Is hinted that the pres
ent conservator, Don Mariano Contrc
ras, does .not devote even that amount
American and other tourists have
noticed the state or decay Into which
the Alhambra Is falling, und blumo the
government for Its purslinouy, forget
ting that they aro uot charged u cent
for Inspecting the glories of the Al
hambra, and that tho government has
In fact been spondlng-much money on
the restoration of such famous Moor
ish relics ns the Alcazar ut Seville,
uud the Mosque nt Cordova.
If a small charge for admission had
been Instituted, a fund might have
been collected to .keep the place in
Some action to savo tho Moorish
palace from gradual ruin has now be
come 'Imperative. v Tho Spanish gov
ernment being unable or unwilling tc
spend move money on the work,' It Is
suggested that u subscription shouh.
be rulscd uinoug lovers of the. historic
and beautiful In architecture all ovei
the world. Or some wealthy Amerlcun
might put down tho cost of tho Alhani
bra's complete restoration.
CORSETS FOR FAT MEN.
Tailors In Convention Fix Fashion fot
Washington. Corsets for corpulent
men, waistcoat buttons costing from
flye dollars to $G0 .apiece for thoso who
Wish to put up a swoll front? tho long,
soft roll effect In lapels and Btralght
box coats whether or not they are
friendly to your physical conformation
are a fow of the rules which were laid
down for the well-dressed man of 1907
by tho Merchaut Tnllprs'.Nutlonnl Pro
tective Association of America at Its
recent meeting here. .
Spring styles and platos exhibiting
them -will be Issued within a few
wdeks, according to leading members
who wore present.
" Narrow shoulders, with a ra,thor
squure-j effect, and shorter sack coats
will rule. Pads upon tho shoulders
und the long, loose effect of a)l coat
will have to go.
Vents In the coats will bo "cut out,'
or, rather, not cut nt till, unless the
customer lnaiuls, nnd so fur as pos
sible the tailors bind themselves tc.
dlscourago him In persisting in follow
ing tho styles of the two last years.
Double-.brcasted coats also will be
tabooed, and the sleeves will bo made
Auythlng that Is bright and ex
pensive will bo permitted for. wnlst,
coats, and the ultra-fashlonablo will
atld to them, jeweled buttons to hla
limit ns to tho price, One of the
samplos sho.wd was. a sort of rich bro
caded silk with amber buttons whose
centers were tiny rubles.
'Trousers, may bo turned up at the
botlbpi or according to the owner's
taste. They will bo In blue, brown and
yaVlouB shades of groen, although
mixed goods will be permissible,
""in overcoats the suvtout and palotot
will be dropped and u form-fitting,
Htrutgb!) j box coat will prevail,
Set In Her Way.
Dot t)ok her city couhIu out to the
hen. house to et .the eggs, but (hi
speckled heu was pu her nest, deter-
intoeti to set, and Dot did not dare to
iukb upr uu, wo
ifctaiittartii tft Mgk
ptotWtf Btockj-W ! will.;
Hdmrj Mid iiuiigi
It's a lo
ability to do
. . '!
I t. .'k THEi'.-
I have, moved mrjstock ,f)f ckifc.
tug. Gent's runifglnana shoe
liuiu ui.ij iijain street .tpTjaj
block o;i "West, Center street'
formerly occupied by John Pfarl
Oomo in and get acqoaintcd.
Open Saturday and Monday evening
. - 8
8 Hav and
WeiesellinrJ at very
low pricesliM furaishyou
quick serviceavith good
quality of goods
Mozier & Rhoal
Both Phones v N. State St.
QR.W. H. HINKLINi
OFFICE -West Center Stmt. '
-in nourn i30 to Vi30 . m. sM ill
to 4i30 p m.
320 K. Citizens'
Ail calls promptly answered.?
say ynen we i
give them one of those ele
gant brushes and all 'they
cost you is the troublo of
keeping the sacks and con-,
pons and returning to the.
mili, wtieii.' you get tho re
quired nurrtW. You will
find couponsJk every sack
of Flour put mb.t br us.
Tho brands are BaRIlE OF
MARION. LEGAL 'mEKDER,;
ERBOOKER. Call for these
hmtifla nnd fnlrft nn ntltrn
Mnrln nnfl oitlrl fnr TWarinn"
people. At all grocers. Y
ffic fflftifirks (tittfUL-
Sutt to( the'pudi
dlnj" chopped fjocly,
Apple sd Ucf
for miiicc nieii
Diewiog (or .tlie '
turkey -r-diijjiiutt be, ,
will do the work in one-lepUj thev
time requuMby the, c4d-Muod
arm-aching cnlijng bowl.
Chops anythuTfsfcjwn nuUto
hm inutile. pucpi WHiiuuitiugcr
Three euiteri for fkonniBd
cona o. medium, and nut LuKr 'jpin'W s
. No liolei to bome clogged, yDpti
not matli orclioie lip. ,3ejii, cUhIm..'.
ell durr-oUrg. " ' f;.;
Haharman Hdiirt. C
(b tht pound. '
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