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THE MERIDIAN TIMES
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IDAHO
NORTHWEST NOTES
The backbone of mining In the state
at Wyoming la the coal industry The
of the coal mines during 19J0
we* approximately T.Md.OdO tons
valued at »t7.5Jb.OCO at the mine
Approximately *JttJ acre* of laad
along the Grande Road« ri ver and j
tribu tarie»
and !
Washington
Oregon have been withdrawn by 8« j mh
retary of the Interior Ballinger f,u
I tnd
bank ln Î
in
opened In Anaconda on tk*
IK Mi«* Fern McCormick, daughter '
of Poatmaater Harper, la (bo Aral d#
rush
bog.
pourttor Thera »U no gr*-ut
daring thr earlier hour*
fire broke oat in the office of the
Herman K Ouagtrr mercantile store j
at iMraw, Mont,, which resulted to lit ,
total deatroettofl of the bonding and
•lock ol good» The loe# will approx j
(mate |t,non. with lasers ace to th« ei ;
tont of about »Too#
The postal savings bank system ;
wws ouecMafally Inaugurated at Lead j
ville. Goto., on the 3rd. and at the J
eluae Of burin*«» fitly people, lnclud
tag n number of school children had j
token advantage of the opportunity to j
niti deposit* In Doe la Barn's hank j
Governor Norris of Montana recoin |
■tends legislation that will make el :
feetlve the present law relating to |
weights and measure«, so as In pro '
Ural the public against title sert of
cheating, which 1* apparently a prac |
Geo In this etate. or at least lid* Is •
too charge ot federal inspector*. ]
Governor Norris of Montana, In ht»
message to the legislature, urges a
primary election taw for the nomtna ;
Um of all elective officer», to be held ;
the »am« day by all parti*», and at j
public aspens*, to ho attended by all
the safeguard*, provisions and penal ■ , h<
fteo that obtain nt regular elections
Mark M. Coed, aged »4. wealthy '
pioneer rancher and atochroan near
Cheyenne, was shot and killed by j
Michael Ford, a Mexican ranch hand. !
la • «narrai about wages, Coad cam«
•set ta 1MT and laid the foundation
of his fortune by conducting a freight
tog Ha* between Omaha and Denver j
Mr* Carrie Kerch, n former real'
dent of Beattie, has been »«nleneed
to fifteen year*' Impriaonmciu for
her connection with the murder of
William A. Johnson la Cortland last j
Jane Johnson was beaten to death
and robbed and his body placed In a
trank for shipment to a »mall town
to Washington
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Hecauae * train waa two minute*
tot* in takln« tb* aiding at Cheney,
* Wash . fi*a men are dead, one Is dy- ;
log. three ora badly Injured and two j |
eoacthoa ar* kindling wood.
Huxhtn*
Sawn the main line at a aimed which |
the brake# could not control
North
the »
Com 4 Limited, eastbound.
•track the waiting train. |
As order haa been Issued by the
agricultural department to release
from quarantine m account of lip end
leg ulceration sheep to the county of t
Johnson, and that pari of lraramb- j
county tying north of the Norm |
Platt* river. Wyoming. The quaran
Une atilt appitco to Werten. Cooh. I
Convenu nod Natron» counties In
District Judge Greeley W Whltford
of Denver has indicated hia purpose
o# Inflicting cover* punishment upon I
«».Ms violating the temporary la
function bmued agalaet »trlkera to
toe northern Colorado to# I field» He
Intimated that he would order the ra ««
leoa* of the sixteen men recently sen
tnnc«d provided no further violations
Of the Injunction occurred
VMÉM
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The convening of the eighteenth
general assembly of Colorado at noon
Tuesday wltneoeed an evidence of the
acttvtly ol worn*. In potlttc», Mrs. j
Alma V. Lafferty, one of the four
women member» of the lower houa», 1 „
mode the nominating speech that re
salted to toe election ol Hepreet-nta
orge MuLnrhlaa of Denver a» {
tlv
speaker
als« named the temper
ary chief dark sad Introduced résolu
Ilea No. I, notifying the sonnte am: 1
the governor that the hou»* wn» tu
*e**l u **
On Christmns dny connection *»■ |
orade to the last
caatlltevcr bridge
ana Rive
HI
ran of the steel I
Kuakul
ThU I» thv
>r the
to Alai
hurt «rent i
per River A Northweeteri
and tha completion
bridge trill enable t
pushed «ver th# alreod
fifty miles
g feat
the Cop
■ Hallway
f this notable
lag to be
lo Kennevott. th« I
>k
complctei)
gn
I
Informal ten ran*« from a
obi« smi
eosipaay ia plan:
Uae screw Nevada by at least
•fit* This will be done
bonding a cotoff near Battle Mi
tala ta a priât osar
p ea »* cal
Lev «leck. Wia««ss<
StCSM ~
trass to* axis U»«
Doe so* of toaftvb
sew »agog»* to pi
seam aad la tb »
kmMlMdhi a t vosoat
«tod. ft to bat aae
crodlt
Pacific
ng to ehurtea It a i
tha Boothe
fifty
by
P
iff
the to
L flot onde
rad other* far
SB
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to
aad
or«
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rieb ««er. tory
tot# opgpoot
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atnre exph
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ketpe of
work -wl
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flew
of
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«It la
the state i
id rm this
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imlVt.
Me wee
at Print off Rocks,
grohaMy ee
M<
ty and
bring *i
ed to the
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!F YOU WOULD BE WELL
KEEP YOUR KIDNEY# WELL
Tb# kidney* filter the blood. When
they are tick, the uric poison la re
tained end various trouble# result. No
however slight.
kidney symptom.
■hould be neglected. There Is no bet
ter remedy for ;
Y+ß 'Ptrr/ymr «tek kidneys |
Doan's
Kidney Pill»
George Seid
832 Pacific j
Ave., Alameda.
I Cal., says: "1 !
n could not II« !
IL^P' on ray side ow- {
tog to the sore
tny kidneys My limbs
than
er,
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mh over
,welled badly and the flesh was soft
I tnd flabby After beginning to use j
Î Doan's Kidney Pilla, the swelling van
tsbed and the pain In ray track dtoap |
peared." M
Remember the name—Doan's.
For sale by all dealers SO centa a
bog. Firater-M'Jburn Cd.. Buffalo, N. Y.
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oroco—Why, I ncc«pted him only
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Count*—Why did you quarrel wit*
STUBBORN ECZEMA ON HANDS
"Homo nine years ago I noticed
•mall pimples breaking out on ths
back of my hand*. They became very
Irritating, and gradually becams
worse, so that I could not sleep at
sight. I consulted a physician wbc
{treated me a long tins«, but It got
: worse, and t could not put my hands
i In water, 1 waa treated at the ho*
! pltal, and It was just the same. I was
j told that It was a very bad case ol
j vesoma. Well, 1 Just kept on using
everything that I could (or nearly
sight year* until I was advised to try
Cutlcura Ointment, I did so, and I
found after a few applications and by
bandaging my hands well up that thv
; burning sensations were disappearing,
j | could «]««,, well, and did not havs
any Itching during ihe night. 1 began
| uu.r a while to usa Cutlcurâ Soap for
1
» wash for them, and 1 think by using
the Soap and Ointment I waa much
| benefited I stuck to the Cutlcurs
treatment, and thought It I could use
other remedies for over eeven years
with no result, and after only having
t few applications and finding casa
j from Cutlcurs Ointment, I thought It
| deserved n fair trial with a severe
I ment and Strap for nearly ala months.
*nd I am glad to any that 1 have
banda a* clear aa anyone.
" u '• "P wl ' h lh *' xou publish this
«alter to alt the world, and If anyon*
I Aouhla It, let them write me and I
wl11 *« T * thnm tha nt>ma of tny l' hjr *'
*«*■• «too the hoepltnl 1 waa treated
*«•" (Blgnedl Mise Mary A. Ilantley
«« University Ht , Montreal, Que.
**«**• *«■ * 9 «®
•nd stubborn cos*. I used the oint
■o'sun and Sir John Flahtr.
Admiral Potior told a uow on* oi
Ittr John Fisher. When Htr John wat
»t the head of the British admirait;
I he waa most Inaccessible. One day az
He would
j appeared
n<) , tmk „ ,„ r nll Kuaw#r Finally
1 „ secretary went Into Sir John'* of
9l .„ tb « tlu< , r «j„ r
the admiral that a aaltor demanded
{ ull interview.
"Tell him to go to hell," roared Sh
John.
He told
1 "Aye. aye, air." piped th«> boatswain
who atood In Ihe doorway at a re
spectfut salute; "I know I'll meet yov
| H ere. sir. hut I want to talk tu yut
I now, too."
Father ot th* Man.
Mis* Amelia Austin listened wltf |
I attention to Mrs. Amass ,
breathh
Hunting's radiant account ot the do
ings of James Hunting, her husband !
ranger brother, who had left Wo
I brook Imthollltls in his youth and ;
a millionaire. I
I had becon
"Where Is Jim this summer?" Mist
Amelia Inquired, at the end of the re
a i citai.
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tie has gone abroad tor hath*," r» ;
Piled Mra. Hunting.
1 ain't one mite surprised to heat j
Hi* mother
Misa Am«- il
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could make him wash bis
-Youth* run
mlon
A Bruch With Madam.
Madam. It is not tacos
hi
Ion«
ota may
that palm
Madam
you do Interiors, then.
rip*
Tour
to to the H<
1th your
: a wash«
nan
it tired
Hoods
Sarsaparilla
it k
ners, catarrh and
relieves t
ding, restores the appetite,
res paleness, nerve
lids no the whole
rhear

system.
I linald fur;
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tod fiereatebe.
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Bad Casa of Catarrfi and Other
Complications. Fully R*
atored by Panai»
Ur. Chas. I*
Bauer, Grand
Scribe. Grand
Encampment
l O. O. F.. of
Texas, writes
from San An
tonio, Texas:
"Nearly two
years ago I
accepted a
po s 11 Ion as
secretary and
t r e a surer of
one of the
leading dry
goods estab
lishments o I
Galveston.
Texas. The
sudden
change from a
high and dry
level 'proved too much
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loon
caah
tle,
lice
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Mr. Chas. L. Bauar.
flow.
tal,
He
son
rado
ings
ford
two
the
ed
mall
und
a
I altitude to
I tor me and I be cam# affiietsd with ea
! urrh and cold In tha head and general
; debility to euch an «tent as to almoat
! incapacitate roe for attending to my
duties.
"1 was Induesd to try Perung, and
after taking several bottle* in »mall
doses I am pleaaed to say I waa entire
ly restored to my former normal condi
tion and have ever since recommended
the uae of Peruna to my friend».''
Aik Your Drugglil for a Frei Peruna
Almanac for 1911.
A
A POSTAL CARD BRINGS
COMMOTt OUK» U*T OH
.TAOS
RAW FURS
HIDES
Fiwe
FELTS
WOOL,
WRITE
ETC*.
F LOTI'
»oiim""«
A. CO. ,
»iTlWM*
are
the
ed
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tomm y
iTk'nVKK, COLORADO
PREVENTION" ^
batur than cur*. Tut**« PW* If t*k«n In time
nut only cur», but will prevent
SICK HEADACHE,
bîtlou.n«... ton» Election«nd kindred
Tuff's Pills
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of
NEVER GOT TO KNOW HIM
fisomlngly, This Husband Waa Some
what of a Hard Man to Get
Acquainted With.
"1 met a queer old woman charac
ter on the train between here and
Buffalo one morning," remarked Po
lice Judge McOannon when talk had
drifted around to queer people one
meets. "She waa traveling with her
grown son. whom I had met In the
smoking compartment, and later on
1 got talking with the old lady. She
spoke of several peo.de she knew
here In Cleveland.
"Did you ever happen to know
James H. Soandso?" I asked her
casually. Judging from something she
had said that the did know him.
"She gave me a strange sort of a
look. 'Well,' she replied. T don't
know whether to say I know that
man or not. He's a queer sort, you
understand the kind of a man that
nobody really knows. Why. I was
married to James Boandso, and lived
with him for four year», but I never
felt that I was really acquainted with
him.'
"And the funny part of It." added
MrUannpn, "wgs the woman was In
deadly earnest about It. She didn't
make the remark by way of springing
any comedy at all."—Cleveland Plain
Dealer.
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In
to
a
In Different Parts of the House.
Caller (to little daughter of the
house) Hullo, dear? Where are you
off to?
■laughter of the House—I'm Just
going up to watch Marie do mother's
hair.
Caller—-Oh. dear' Then Ptn afraid
re
we shan't be able to see your mother,
Daughter of the House—Oh. yes;
you'll find her down there in the
| drawing room
, __
do
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Malady Worth Having.
"1 can't understand my husband,
do( . tor; | a(rttU i there la some
; thlll „ ra rrtb H> the mutter with him."
I -what arc the symptoms?"
"Well, l often talk to him for half
re
nn hour At a time and when 1 get
! through he hasn't the least idea what
: I've been saying."
i "Don't worry any more about your
I wish I had bis gift."—
r» ;
Kifa For all sad words of tongue j
j husband
Stray Stories.
bis
Companion* In Misery.
or pen
Ion«
Forget It; t'm an old maid
8ti
may Change Food Whtn You Fool Out of
myself
OLD COMMON SENSE.
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"A great deal depends upon yourself j
and the kind of food you eat," the
wise old doctor sold to a man who
came to him tick with stomach trou
Boris.
your
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itr Jî JE T»?'^uïinToüto
week, end who had been taking pill»
th '~
ito LTtodnced to »top eating eny
eort of fried food or meat for break
fast, and waa put on Grape-Nut* end
and
cream, leaving off all medicines.
In a few days he began to get bet
ter, and now he has entirely recover
ed and writes that he la to better
health than he haa been before to
twenty years. Thi* man la M year»
— Î Old and say# ho feel* like » new man
alt the time."
Read "The Road to WellvIUe." to
pkgs
TjT: gtonctlifi««, inns
There's » Reason."
K.-cr c«,S tkc »K.XVC fetter f *
They
fall ef
HOF A WEEK IN
in
son,
night
Minn.,
them
tured
at
rfECORD OF THE IMPORTANT
EVENTS TOLD IN BRIEFEST
MANNER PO 88 IBLE.
its
states
by
be
Happenings That Are Making History
—Information Gathered from All
Quarters of the Globe and
Given In a Few Lines.
ed
good
for
the
INTERMOUNTAIN
Three masked men entered the sa
loon of Eugene Qullicl at Imlay, Ne
vada, and shot the owner dead, fol
lowing by shooting his wife In the
She Is believed to be fatally
Injured. The robbers took »1,200 in
caah and departed in the darkness.
While sitting In his home in Seat
tle, Thursday night, Captain of Po
lice John Sullivan was shot by some
who fired through the win
Sulllvan was taken to a hospl
the
to
vored
sus
Utah,
tia«k.
two
person
flow.
tal, and It Is said he cannot recover.
He was formerly chief of police.
The executive committee of the
Western Federation of Miners has
adopted resolutions condemning the
sentencing of sixteen strikers of the
northern Colorado coal fields to pri
son for a year for contempt, and
calling upon organized labor In Colo
rado to bring Impeachment proceed
ings against Judge Greeley W. Whit
ford of Denver.
The police are convinced that the
two men who robbed tne mall car of
the Northern Pacific's eastbound
north coast limited as lt was leaving
Seattle, und shot and seriously wound
ed Harry O. Clark, one of the mall
clerks, are still in Seattle.
Two masked highwaymen entered a
mall car on the Northern Pacific near
Auburn, Wash,, and after shooting
und badly injuring one of the mail
clerks, locked the two mail clerks In
a closet and looted the car.
over
the
the
up
the
oring
sury
gold
es
of
Six deaths resulted from an explo
sion of coal dust in the Portland ce
ment works at Portland, Colo., two
are In the hospital fatally burned,
while another, badly burned, lies In
the hospital, but will recover.
While trying to save his 6-year-old
son, James Forgle, proprietor of the
Forgle hotel at Milford, Utah, perish
ed In the flames that destroyed his
hotel early Tuesday morning.
DOMESTIC
on
has
ding
can
Opposition of the Union League
club of New York to Jews has result
ed In the refusal of admittance to the
club of William Loeb, Jr., collector
of the port of New York and at one
time secretary to former President
Roosevelt.
The explosion and fire that almost
destroyed the plant of the General
Electric company in Minneapolis, in
juring three men and causing an esti
mated loss of »750,000, left the city
practically In darkness.
A satisfactory agreement has been
reached between the Vacuum Oil
company, an
and the Austro-Hungarian minister of j s j
finance. In the controversy between ]
that company and the oil companies tical
controlled by Austro-Hungarian cap! : ea
the
and
met
died
land
American corporation |
uii.
sia.
to
After his father had been arrested
In connection with the shooting to
death of his grandmother, a five-year
old boy of Danville, Ky., confessed
that ho had shot the woman accident
ally and had run away to escape a
whipping.
Frederick Plalsted of Augusta, Me.,
took the oath of office in the hall of
representative Thursday and is now
governor of Maine, the first Democrat
to hold the office in thirty years, or
Unco the completion of the term of rece
be
are
loan
tils father, the late General Harris M.
Plalsted.
to
a
Johnson Thurston of Altoona, Pa.,
weighing about 250 pounds, stepped on
:tn ice-incrusted sidewalk and in fall
ing crushed a perambulator in which
an 8-monthsold infant was riding.
The child was instantly killed.
The little mining town of Hart, Cal.,
was destroyed by fire Thursday with
a loss of more than »20,000.
With the appointment of a board of
control, composed of one member
from each of the tobacco counties of
Ohto. Indiana and Kentucky, an inde
pendent moremeut to combine the
growers into one organization started
nt Lexington. Ky., on Thursday.
According to statements made to
Cincinnati by President Barney Drey- [
fuss, the joint schedule committee of ;
the National and American leagues
has arranged the schedules for both 1
tcagues so that each club will save !
between »1,000 and »5,000 to railway
fares next year.
Two masked bandits entered the
office of the Angelus hotel, In
Paso. Texas, and robbed the safe ol !
about »5.000 in cash and Jewelry. The |
clerk and porters were
j tho basement at the point ot revol- !
i
El j
forced into
vers
Senator Stephen B. Elkins of West
Virginia died a: midnight Wednesday, j
death being due to blood poisoning,
Senator Elkins was born in Ohio in j
HM. and was first elected to the sen
| ate in 1x95. after having served ln j
many public positions, having been
j ternary of war under Benjamin Har
rison.
Mr and Mrs. Chris Nelson, aged
ilghty two and seventy-two were burn- ,
ra :° K*" b in " ftre WB,Ch de * ,r0yt ' <1
their home at Yankton, a D. They
V" «•" known residents. The ort |
<ln of ,h » «»known.
"**tor Logh. alias Fred Brandon, j
t wen, y two years old. an inmate of I
the Kansas state reformatory at
Hutchinson, committed suicide in his
ceil by hanging himself. He was des
pondent because of illness.
to
*ff. Kentucky, who la wanted for the
killing of Jailer Wesley Tamer at
to | under arrest at Williamson, W. Va.
"Bad Jake Noble of Breathitt coun
Jackson, Ky., on election night, to
Contributions to the relief rund for
families of the twenty-four firemen
killed to the Morris A Co. fire,
cago, have passed tb* »IfikM
n»p
9,1 person pe C n of mo W
lodging housf
destroyed the
trances," a flve-story
in Chinatown in New York.
William Mazzard and Algol John
son, the boy bandits who held UP.the
night clerk at a hotel
Minn., and later shot and killed P<>
Harry Chesmore, who had
arrest, have been cap
miles north of Duluth
A
ous
He
two,
It to
was
"X
world,
on
ble
came
knew
to
liceman
them under
tured eighteen
at a logging camp.
board expects to finish
in the
The tariff
its raw wool investigation
states east of the MisslsMppl I*™
middle of this month and will
proceed with work on the
by the
be ready to
western states soon.
sixty-seventh session ot
When the
Indian general assembly conven
ed on Thursday the Democrats had a
good working majority in both houses
for the first time In sixteen years.
WASHINGTON
Congressional reappointment under
figures so as to in
the
baby.
feet
and
ibe
but
I've
me
the new census
the membership of the house
the plan tentatively fa
crease
to 433 was
vored by the house committee on cen
sus at a meeting on Friday. This
feature will protect each state from
diminished numerical representation
Utah, Idaho and Montana will have
instead of one.
two congressmen,
Refusal of the interstate commerce
assume jurisdiction
the railways of Alaska has been
court of
commission to
over
8eustained by the supreme
the District of Columbia.
gargle
with
days
who have
Corporation magnates,
figured conspicuously In the charges
affecting the administration of the
Philippine lands, have been asked to
testify in the investigation before
the committee on insular affairs. The
Investigation will probably be wound
up at this session of congress.
In order to avoid any possibility of
the lnterven.ion of European powers
the affairs of Honduras, in con
travention of the Monroe doctrine, the
United States government is endeav
oring to straighten out the tangled
financial affairs of that country.
Secretary MacVeagh's plan to stop
coinage of gold and permit the trea
to issue gold certificates against
40
ate,
a
pent
sury
gold bullion and foreign gold promis
es to become a law at this session
Take
of congress.
FOREIGN
Because of his failure to enjoy the
confidence and support of the grand
council of China, Tang Shao-Yl has
resigned from the presidency of the
ministry of posts and communications
on the plea of 111 health.
The Archbishop of Lyons, France,
has issued a dloceasan decree forbid
ding Catholics reading four Republl
newspapers published in the di
and declaring the reading of
you
can
s j an affairs,
printed. Germany disclaims any poll
tical interest in Persia and recognlz
ea K ussia's interests in northern Per
ocese
the papers a sin.
Jean Candido, the leader of the
recent revolt in the Brazilian navy,
and forty-four other mutineers, have
met sudden deaths,
cumbed to grangrene while a pris
oner; twenty-six of his associates
died from Bunstroke while engaged in
repairing the fortress on Cobras is
land and eighteen others were suffo
cated in their cells in the prison on
Villegainon island.
Candido suc
A London paper publishes what it
claims is the text of an agreement
between Russia and Germany on Per
According to the text
sia. Russia on her part agrees to co
to give Germany commerce in Persia
operate in building the long proposed
Bagdad railway and its branches and
equality of treatment.
rece 'Pts of Honduras, which are to
be collected under a treaty to be ar
ranged with the United States.
Negotiations by the commissioner
appointed by the Honduran govern
ment and New York bankers for re
funding the Honduran indebtedness
are still pending and the main
features of these negotiations is a
loan to be secured by the customs
Fire and panic which occurred
while a religious celebration was in
progress in a church on a ranch,
near San Luis Potosi, Mexico, cost the
lives of seventeen and serious injury
to more than eighty, chiefly women
and children.
Citizens of Honolulu held a mass
meeting to protest against the em
ployment in the central grammar
school there of Mias Tokel Miamoto,
a Japanese.
Andrew Carnegie has declined to
contribute toward a project to con
vert Yasnia Poliana, the estate of Leo
Tolstoi, Into an international pre
serve.
[
; Hce and anarchists, two of tue latter
were burned to death in the building
1 In which they had barricaded them
! selves and (ought all day.
Edmund Thery, the French econo
mist, figures that the maintenance ol
Europe on a peace footing in the last
In a battle in London between po
! francs, approximately »29,000.000,000
| which involved an increase to the pub
! 000.000 000
i francs.
j twenty-five years cost 145,000,000,000
He dsbt of the European states of 150,
151,000,000.000
to
ol
Wreckage reporteo picked up in the
j Bay of Biscay haves no doubt of the
fate of the British steamer Axim,
in j which left London December 9 tor
West African ports with a crew of
German sailors
ln j thirty British and
and four passengers.
Two Americans and six Filipino de
tectives ln Manüa have been arrested.
They are charged with having accept
, of bribes to protect gambling
' <1 den ' Further arrests of Am
ericans are expected
| will prove the biggest exposure of
bribe-taking since tne occupation,
j The special correspondent of the
of I London Chronicle at Lisbon says that
at he hears from a trustworthy source
his that the life of the provisional
ment hangs by a thread,
tnd
It is said this
the
at
govern
General J. Juan Estrada, by the
nlmous vote of congress on Saturday
became the provisional president ol
Nicaragua for a two-year term. Adolfo
Diaz, former minister of the Interior
was elected vice-president.
No permanent good has resulted to
the health of the czarina from het
long sojourn to Germany. Those who
■have seen laer majesty recently doctors
toa
to
for
n»p
CHILD'S GIFT REAL CHARM
From Despondency
Rescued Father
and Proved the Foundation
of Fortune.
haa a curl
A certain business man
charm for his watch chain.
ous little _ ___
He wouldn't sell it for *1,000; no, nor
two, nor three. His little child gave
It to him one day when, as he says, he
was "down."
"X had lost every
world, and there at my
on my arms, 1 was thinking of a possi
ble way to end It, when my little child
came up to me and asked: 'What does
"ruined" mean, papa?' And then I
knew I had been groaning loud enough
to be heard and understood. 'You said
"ruined" paper. What does It mean?
"'It means I haven't any money,
The little
cent I had in the
desk, my head
baby. Papa's a poor man.
feet pattered away, then back again,
and here on my watch charm Is what
ibe gave me. Not a great fortune—no,
Whatever
but the foundation of one.
I've got since came from it, for lt gave
me courage."—The Christian Herald.
Long Time Coming.
Real College Boy (waiting for his
change In department store)—This
suspense is simply maddening, Esme
Hadn't you better start a
raldo!
tracer after my change?
Saleswoman (meanly, but sweetly)
—Just like money from home, isn't lt,
Archibald?—Drake Delphic.
The next time you feel that swallowing
sensation, the sure sign of sore throat,
gargle Hamlins Wizard Oil immediately
with three parta water. It will save you
days and perhaps weeks of misery.
Hts Wife.
"What do you do for a living, Mose?"
"I'se de manager ob a laundry."
"What's the name of this laundry?"
"Eliza Ann."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets first pat up
40 years ago. They regulate and invigor
ate, stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar
coated tiny granules.
There's one little satisfaction when
a man falls sick, It makes his wife re
pent of her 111 treatment of him. Don't
work the game too often, however.
TO CURE A COUD IN ONE DAT
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets.
Druggist« refund money If lt falls to cure. K. W.
OBOVE'S Signatur, Is on each box. 26c.
Don't make the mistake of claiming
you never make one.
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uain£ SYRUP ^FIGS —<1
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•0
THE WONDERFUL FOFULARITY OF THE GENUINE SYRUF
OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS
MANUFACTURERS TO OFFER IMITATIONS, IN ORDER TO
MAKE A LARGER PROFIT AT THE EXPENSE OF THEIR
CUSTOMERS. IF A DEALER ASKS WHICH SIZE YOU WISH,
OR WHAT MAKE YOU WISH, WHEN YOU ASK FOR
SYRUP OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA, HE IS PREPAR
ING tO DECEIVE YOU. TELL HIM THAT YOU WISH THE
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ALL RELIABLE DRUGGISTS KNOW THAT
a A
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buy exactly the same loads that they used, at your
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tsS pd P than the record-making UMC ammunition.
The Steel lining in these shells protects the
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snappy load in all kinds of weather.
Sooner or lxter you'll try these xhelh—
and always shoot them. Why
a box today >
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the women
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undreds of thousands of them I—"—
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