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BRYAN'S THIRD PRESIDENTIAL
BOOM IS SAFELY LAONCHED M It. WAV X E1:. Wis . Aug I.— Wil liam Jennings Bryan, virtually side tracking the political principles that caused his defeat |n ISlifi and I*oo, Will Undoubtedly bo the democratic nominee for president In 1008. He has publicly outlined his ideas of the platform that should he adopted It is radical enough to keep his radical followers In line, and it is conserva tive enough to win the support of most of the democrats who repudi ated him in former campaigns. Hryan's hold upon his party is un doubtedly illustrated by the fact that Wisconsin, one of tlie most conserva tive states of the t'nlon, has already declared for him. The outcome of the banquet given in his honor at Madi son, on the evening of July 18, is sensational in its widespread sig nlflcance —more than 106 representa tive democrats who attended it launched Bryan'a third presidential boom, pledged the support of the GOES TO GERMANY TO EIGHT FOR $90,0(0,000 COI.TMRrP. O. Aug. S—Armed with credentials from President Roosevelt. German Ambassadoi Baron Yon Sternberg and Governor Herrick, John a. Stoddkrt, the v oiumuu* nitor ney, has left for an extended nip to Germany, where he will represent the heirs of Valentine Faber in an at tempt to recover an estate valued at $90,000,000. Valentine Faber was a brother ol Baron Yon Faber, iiist head of 11 it F'aber Pencil company, who died it Qermany in 1869, leaving an estate valued at 1300,000,000, According tc the provisions of his will this estaii was bequeathed to his three brothers two of whom lived in Bavaria, ru.i another. Valentine, in America, diei without learning of the legacy am after a lapse of several years hit Share of the estate was claimed lo LIGHEiMNG BURNS UP MONEY BEING COUNTER TARRTTOWN, ff. V , Aug. I —Dur ing a thunderstorm here lightning performed a peculiar freak. LoulS Debiasto was sitting under his piazza In Valley street, counting out his money preparatory to a trip to Italy. A Hash of lightning neatly bli ded him and when he recovered his sight (WllliA W»!!S 1 111 Judge Miles Poindexter unexpect edly adjourned his court this mom* Ing until Saturday and it is not known whether the grand Jury will ask him to sit long enough to hear Its r< port on the findings it has made In the courthouse, It is believed such a report already is prepared or ls b. ing prepared. Miss Orpha M. P. Gardner, official stenographer In the clerk's office at the city hall, was before tlie jury this morning and again this after noon. Robert Faiiley. city comptroller, was waiting his turn in front of the juiy room tins afternoon. TAGGART CASE IS POSTPONED WOOSTER, 0., Aug. s.—James Stirling, Captain Taggurt'a attorney, Has taken ill last night. The divorce trial was postponed until this after* noon. The attorneys have agreed to a postponement until tomorrow. There ls talk of court martial for Captain Taggart after his trial on Charges to be preferred by his wife. The woman's attorneys deny such inten tion. ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS must bear Fac-simile SignatureoT TOUCH Yhe» Qenuint Wrapper Printed on UCO PAPER BLACK LETTERS books tea ik* algae!are State, aid took steps to organize the movement to place the party stand ards in his hands once more. Two features of ibis affair nre so It markable as to excite general com ment (Hie was the ardor with which Timothy K. Ryan. Wisconsin's na tional committeeman, sp ike in favor of Bryan for the presidential nomi nation At St. Louis last year Kyan was "conservative" in a marked de gree. He did everything In his power to prevent Bryan from getting con trol of the Wisconsin delegation. In his keynote speech at Madison Bryan relegated free silver to the rear. He stated that in future years free silver coinage might lie neces sary to give an adequate supply of currency, hut since the Brat national battle over this Question had been fought many lame ami unexpected discoveries of gold had been made and that in consequence the total circulation of currency had increased his surviving brothers. Included in the papers taken with Btoddart to Germany ate Valentine Ka bet's passport bearing the date of May lit, 1707, letters Written to him :n America by his brothers, family records and other important docu ments. Luther Carl Yon Faber of Baden- Baden, who recently visited America, claims that there is no dispute about Valentine Faber's relationship to the deceased baron, but the trouble will be in recovering the property after the lapse of so many years. The American heirs who ate prose cuting the claims are very wealthy and well fort Ha d to make a tight. Mis. Charles Blchtcr, residing east of Bheparda, is president of the as sociation ami Russell J. Ash of Mt. Vernon, 0., is secretary. liis pocketbook and money were miss ing. The lightning had struck the pocketbook and burned up the money and his hands were not even scorched. There was about $l!o0 in the pocket i k, representing many years' sav ings. DebiaatO was dazed for several hours. j . , I (UIIMNIS [»i wm m on r ßerinns News Association.) ANTWERP) Aug. s. — Travelers from Cameron report tumors that a tribe of cannibals (ailed Moras have recently killed and eaten 2000 negroes and eight German colonists. IS FOUi DUD SIIIIOiI DOX I 3 ST. I.OTIS, Aug, S.—Before com mitting suicide by shooting himself J in tlie mouth.with a 38-caliber revolv er. Frank Kortman, an aged and ec centric tailor, wrote a will disposing t of lis property; gave directions for 3 the disposition of his body and ad i dressed letters to a son, a daughter ! and a sister-in-law, Informing them i of the reasons why he had taken his -jlife. | Kortman was found dead in a rear: Barters VITTLE lIVER IPILLSj r Cure j BILIOUSNESS. SICK HEADACHE. TORPID LIVER. FURRED TONGUE. I INDIGESTION. ' CONSTIPATION I dizziness. mm SALLOW SKIN — LIVER the Smell Pill. Small Dose •mall Price. 60 per cent within less than 10 years, j It was in order to give an adequate supply of currency that the demo* ■ rats had urged free silver coinage, he said, and the result upheld their position that more currency was needed. Bryan has endorsed government ownership if railroads, but thl,|. like free silver coinage, might bo a "tumbling block, aid so in his ad dress he stated that government reg ulatlon should lie tried tlrst. If that faibd. he said, government owner ship would be inevitable. Conservative men have weighed Bryan's keynote Utterances very care fully and they unite in the opinion that a great change has come over him. Many republicans are openly declaring that -.hey will vote for him j on such a platform as he has out lined unless the republican party gets relief from the trusts and from tlie railroads. yard of his home at 1209 Park ave nue at t o'clock yeaterday morning by Mrs. Jeanette Meyer, with whom he hail boarded for several months. He was seated on a box, which he had drawi. up against the wall of the house atal still grasped the revolver in his hand. Life had evidently been extinct for several hours. Police officers were notjfled and the body was removed to the morgue, in F"ortmnn's room was found a will, Which he had written Monday. Tl lothing and belongings of the aged suicide were neatly packed and other things were visible which made it evident that he had spent all of Sunday and perhaps several days In arranging his affairs before taking his life. Saturday evening h'ortman vis ited the undertaking and funeral rooms of Adolph Meyer at 808 Park avenue and secured one of their cards. The i ard was found In the room bear ing Ho se instructional •"l ake my body to this place. After wards have it cremated and sprinkle the ashes on my burial lot. A PHYSICIAN HEALED. Dr. George Swing, a practicing physician of Smith's Grove, Ky., for iver SO years, writes his personal ex perlence with Foley's Kidney Cure: lor years I had been greatly both ered with kidney and bladder trouble md enlarged prostate gland. I used everything known to the profession without relief, until I commenced to use Foley's Kidney Cure. After tak ing three bottles 1 was entirely re lieved and cured. I prescribe it now dally in my practice and heartily recommend its use tv all physicians for such troubles. I have prescribed it In hundreds of cases with perfect success." Bold by Chas. McNab, 402 Riverside avenue. ••• A. Llberati, with Mrs. Llberati and daughtei ate registered at the Hotel Spokane. The noted musician gives his entertainment this evening at the Spokane theater. THIH PEOPLE. Thin, fteahleaa people are usually nervous. bilious and dyspeptic. Change of weather affects them; if tin y eat or drink anything containing germs, it develops and they are the first subjects of contagious disease. Life is a constant worry In their ef forts to avoid exposure to damp and malarious atmosphere. To gain one to three pounds of healthy flesh per wok. use Dr.. Qunn'a Hlood and Nerve Tonic It puts the system In condi tion to resist sickness, gold by drug gists for 76c per box; in tablet form to be taken after meals. It turns the food into good rich blood —this pre vents and cures disease. Made by Dr, Bosanko Co.. Philadelphia, Pa, For sale by all druggists. »** LUTHERANS TO UNITE FORT WAYNE, Ind, Aug. g—Rep resentative lay and clerical members of th» three American aynoda of the Lutheran church are gathering in this city for the much-discussed Inter aynodtoal coference of that denomina tion. The purpose of tbe conference ls to discuss a plan of union on doc trinal matters which have hitherto divided the Lutheran synod. A NATURAL RESULT. It is reasonable to suppose if the foundation of a structure gives way the building ls bound to come down This principle can be applied to dis ease, 'fake medicine that will re move the cause of sickness, nnd a cure Is sure to follow. Dyspepsia, in digestion, sick headache 'and bilious ness, their foundation Is stomach disorders. Remove this weakness and the other symptoms are no more" There is one cure druggists sell fr> r 35 centa per box. n i s | )r (j unn » B Improved Liver Pills. One for a dose Tin y make the cure by taking away the cause. Write Dr. Bosanka Co. Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all dt ugglata. ••• PARK BOARD The board of park commissioners nt H macting held this morning tiled its recommendation to the amended proposition of Ftnrh * Hogan in re paid to the donation of the Audubon Part tract. The matter will be taken before the city council at Its meeting tonight. Tbe first proposition of Messrs. Pinch ami Hogan stipulated that a driveway should be built and com pleted by .Tuly 1, 1900, and that a water main should be extended to the park by November 1, I!>(>s. The city council, when the matter was first placed before It, did not approve of the proposition of Cinch & Hogan, averring that the donatora should be more specific in setting forth what expense the city should he put to |n complying with the terms of the agreement. When the agreement was first sub mitted to the council it staled that the driveway was to be built, but no specified sum to lie expended by the city was mentioned. The amended measure as recommended at the meet ing of the park commissioners this morning slates that the city shall expend the sum of 1(00 In oo:iatruct ing the roadway and shall complete the water main hy July 1. 1000, in sii ac) of November I, 1905, THE SPOKANE PRESS JUST LIKE SPOKANE COLUMBUS, 0., Aug. H." When the report of Mayor Jeffrey is made pub lic the people will learn that there lias been an Investigation Which "Went to the bottom of things without fear or favor," was the significant state ment made by City Solicitor James M. Butler when told that Secretary Harry F. West of the safety board had declared bis intention to cause tlie arrest of public employes charg ed ' with violating the civil service law In Ihe collection of political as sessments from mernl«'rs of the pub-j Ik- department, 'If no arrests are ordered." Mr. West said, "by Mayor Jeffrey or So licitor flutter of the public officials or employes found guilty by the safety board of violating the civil service act. t, myself, will swear out i warrants against those named in the safety board's report." The public employes charged in the safety board's report with violating the law are M. A. Karshner, private secretary to the mayor; Charles A <Issuer, superintendent of markets; Charles P. Howard, police sergeant; t.lnn Neereamer, clerk In the office 'if state dairy and food commissioner, and Williard Stuart, clerk in the board of elections. | TENNESSEE ENDEAVORERS fScrlpps News Association.! I MONTEAQLE, Term., Aug. R.— Scores of enthusiastic young people have taken possession of this place and during the remainder of the week they will take part in the annual con vention of the Christian Kndeavor so ciety. Judging from the character of the program and the prominence of the scheduled speakers the conven tion will prove to be one of the most successful ever held by the Tennessee society. At the formal opening this evening, following the greetings anil responses, President H end rick of the state organisation will deliver his an nual address. - . cutS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP itu hAATi w?d In Millions of Mothers for the*c ■aildrt.n whl'e TMthine for over Fifty Year*, t nootties thn obUd, eofteus the gums, allavp ill puln, <"ires wind collo, and ls tho best medy for diarrhoea. 4 I CENTS A BOTTLK. She is the attractive defendant whom captain Elmore f. Taggart, Sixth Infantry, V, S. A., charges with indiscretions with other army officers, The euse is on trial at Wooster, O, She is also suing him, charging In fidelity, Army circles all over the country are interested in the case. Major Taggart s Charges. That her conduct with Lieutenant Rither, a friend uf the family, and with a man named Spencer, were most reprehensible; that she was guilty uf Infidelity with William Tuk gart, a cousin of tlie plaintiff, at Orrs ville: that she associated with peo ple uf bad reputation at Kurt Thomas. Ivy., and that tin y afterward showed up at fort Leavenworth, Kan., when Mis. Taggart renewed their associa tion; that certain clandestine meet ings touk place at Fort Leavenworth CAMERA MEN IN SESSION BOSTON, Aug. B.—Th« National Photographic Association of America is celebrating its quarter-centennial witli the largest convention in its hist- ry. Prom intent men of the pro fession were present from all parts of this country and Canada when the gathering was formally opened in Mechanics' building today with Presi dent (jeorge C. Holloway of Terre Haute, Ind., presiding. The sessions will continue through the remainder of the week and will be devoted to papers, discussions and practical demonstrations treating of all phases of the art of photography, a large ami comprehensive exhibi tion of artistic photographs and photographic supplies is being held in conjunction with the meeting. The visiting photographers were welcom ed at the opening session by Lieuten ant Governor Curtis Guild. VIRGINIA LAWYERS OLD POINT COMFORT, Ya , Aug. —Many of the foremost members of the bench and bar Of this state were assembled in the convention hall of the Hotel Chambcrlin this morning at the opening of the annual meeting of tlie Virginia Bar association. The opening address was delivered by Al fred P. Thorn of Norfolk. The ses sions will continue through Thurs day, on which day the annual ad dress before the association will be delivered by Mr. Hannia P. Taylor, ex-minister to Spain, "I had diabetes In its worst form," writes Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "1 tried eight physicians without re lief. Only three bottles Of Foley's Kidney Cure made me a well man." Sold by Chas. McNab, 4a2 Riverside avenue. *** Jay Woodworth, the Lewiston ab stractor, was in Spokane last night, Mrs. Woodworth la visiting in tlie city. QUICK RELIEF FOB ASTHMA SUFFERERS. Foley's Honey and Tar affords im mediate relief to asthma sufferers in the worst stages and if taken in time will effect a cure. Sold hy Chas. McNab, 402 Kiverslde aye. ••• BROTHERHOOD OF ANDREW AND PHILIP POCONO PINES, Pa., Aug. B.—The third annual conference and training institute uf the Brotherhood of An drew and Philip opened here today MRS. CAPTAIN TAGGART AND SON between Mrs, Taggart ami Charles W, Miner, enmmander uf the poati that it the dinner table un May 7, 1903, Mrs. Taggart permitted Miner to t ike liberties with her: that she was at various times found in placea that wuulil excite suspicion with Lieutenant Portoacue; that she was at various times found In an Intoxi cated condition, was addicted to clg areta, ami that a barrel "f empty whisky bottles was hauled away from her home in OrravUle; that ahe never attended church a doson times in her lite until she came to Woostsr, Whcrs she joined a church; thai afterward She was involved with the sou of a prominent Wooeter mi i later while spending the Fourth of July with the minister s family al Silver Lake, neur ICED DRINKS i cause 90 per cent of all deaths in hot weather from prostration, stomach and bowel complaints, congestion, sunstroke, exhaustion, paralysis, etc. Leading doctors say all danger can be avoided by taking Dam m imii war It destroys the disease germs and keeps the system cool and healthy. "Duffy's" Is an absolutely pure tonic stimulant, free from fusel oil. In use 50 years. All druggists and grocers, or di rect, }1 a bottle. Medical booklet free. Huffy Malt Whiskey Co., Ro chester, N. Y. for a week's session. Many promi nent lay and clerical members of the Episcopal church are In attendance from various parts of the country. The daily program provides for three hours of work In Bible study and brotherl I methods each morning, and popular platform meetings In the evening, leaving the afternoons free for recreation. Hundreds of thousands of people use Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea as a family tonic. If taken this month it will keep the family well all the year. If it fails, get your, money back. 35c. Elks' special Pullman sleeper via O. It. & N. to Portland, August 15. Chester B, Fllis, formerly Of Spo kane, now of San Francisco, is in tlie city. Elks' special Pullman sleeper via O. R. & N. to Portland, August 18. Qermany seems to have played tho "open door gig" In France's Moroccan in '1 icy. Elks' special Pullman sleeper via O, It. & N. to Portland, August 15. AkT"ii, O. Mrs. Taggart's Counter-Charges. Kilter* v sweeping denial of all charges. Charges thai Taggart was guilty uf extreme cruelty and drunkenneaaj that at Fori Leavenworth lv* tore the clothea from her person, which clothe* will ha produced as evidence, together with a pledge >>f Major Tag gait's tv refrain f I'OM drink. die breaking "i the pledge to he equiva lent to hi: resignation from ihe army; that at Han Francisco he jh ducted their children, ami that In the Philippine* he wna guilty of gross misconduct with one Vujrusttt da in Cruz, a Filipino ghl. whose written testimony will he Introduced during the trial. or sue At Removal Clearance Sale Price Men's Worh Shirts REGULAR 35c AND 45c KINDS 25c Men's Negligee Shirts 39c Men's Dress Shirts ALWAYS SOLD AT 65c AND 75c. 49c Men's Dress Shirts SOLD AT $1.25 TO $1.50. 88c Men's Fine Shirts $1.50 STYLES AND KINDS. 98c TUn® ffi@§& Dim @»l£»y Y@ia G« Usb Tfe®inaf©ir M®#c!M IPimrip®;^ $11 DURKIN, ON A HOT SUMMER DAY BRING IDEAL COM FORT. YOU JUST SET THE FANS GOING AND ENJOY SEASIDE ZEPHYRS WITHOUT LEAV ING THE HOUSE. NO OTHER POSSIBLE OUT LAY CAN SECURE AS DELIGHTFUL A RESULT DON'T DELAY MAKING YOUR DWELLDNG A SUMMER RESORT. TELEPHONE E. 17. The Washington Water Power Co. Skeleton 1000 VC*ra Old found OB th" hanks of till placid Shoptunk In Maryland. About a year ago we would Iwva playfully suggested thai Henry tlussnwu; Davis ba called upon to | Identify Ihe remains. Hut now, we' refrain. J i-■- - - — nrifDAT, AUGUST 8, I*o6. nors shirts Each 50c AND 65c VALUES. Each Each Each Each s©s Mill and Sprague Riverside and Lincoln. Jewelry Auction Ural IFtalt ?5c 0(1 MlllS h tionf 504 MAIN ST.