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Kallspell Mont., Jan. 2.—Murder of his wife nnd pnln.ul wounding of his grandchild, followed by suicide of Fat rick Sullivan, mad*; a series of crimes ••1n themselves most shocking to Jen ntngs people, but when they learned that a special trr.'n sent from Kalis pell with physicians to aid the wound •cd had been wrecked and the engin eer killed, they were horrified. New Year's festivities were saddened ami in many cases totally suspended. The »lead: Patrick Sullivan, suicide. Mis. Patrick Sullivan, cut with an ax and shot in head and breast. Engineer Herson. crushed in wreck of engine. The Injured: Grandchild *• f Sullivan, shot In the arm by grandfather. Fireman Wilcox, scalded by escaping «team from wrecked engine. Patrick Sullivan, an old miner, whose wile was running a section house at Jennings, visited home about four weeks ago and was so ugly and abusive with hfs family that all were In mortal dread of his anger, he having been drinking. He was arrested and given the alternative of going to jail or leaving town. He left and went to Spol'T.e. where he wrote to his wife that he was siek und in need ol money. She; sent, money to him. but received a letter asking for more money. An In vestigation followed proving that tie was not sick, but was drinking with monev i.irnlshcd by bis wife. After the refusal of more money lie returned to Jennings nnd last night he went to bed. Mn. Sullivan who denf, shut nnd looked the door. About 2 o'clock he got up. dressed took an ax, pried open the door of her room and hit her in the face with the nx. cutting a great gash before »he could cry out or call for help. He then shut her in the b°ad and m the locust. He then shot in the arm the fi-vear-old grandchild In her room, nnd hunted for two other children was very who had taken refuge In a room up Btalrs. Tbev heard him and were afraid to call for help. Not finding the children be went upstairs to another room am! shot himself In the head and through the heart.. He died Instantly. Ills wife lingered some time but died during the day. medical skill being of no avail. The citizens of Jennings sent to Kallspell for medical aid and n special two wns «ent this morning phvslrlnns nnd the coroner. with The trnin was being pulled by a new engine. Engineer Herson In charge. At a point lust west of the sidetrack at Lucerne, west of Kalispell's pnss, the engine jumped the track, killing In stantly Engineer Herson and serious ly wounding Fireman Wilcox, who was scalded. The caboose did not leave the track nnd the doctors proceeded to Jennings, while the dead nnd Injured were brought to Kallspell. Fireman Wilcox is being cared for In his home ln Kalispell. The wounded child was brought to Kallspell and is In the hospital. The phvslelnns think she will lose her arm. hut that she will recover. No atten tion wns at first paid to the shooting, as alt the people In town who had «uns were celebrating New Year and supposed Sullivan wns doing likewise. Sullivan had worked nil through the northwest as a miner nnd was well known here, ns well ns in almost every mining camp of the west. I.ATE NEWS ITEMS It Is understood that Helena and Butte had been admitted to the Pacific Northwest league. Hv the decisive score of 49 to 0 the 'Michigan university football team to riav defeated Stanford university. Hon. James V. Reed, of Lewiston. Idaho, died recently at his apartment* of paresis, with which he hud been stricken since lust February. At Havana the Indications are that the entire Palma ticket will bo elect ed and that Tomas Estrada Palma, the nationalist candieate for the presi dency of Cuba, will receive the unnnl mous vote of the eleetorlal college. President Roosevelt's first annual recopilon was attended more largely than any other New Year's reception lr. a number of years. In all SI00 per sons flii'il through the White House and shook hands with the president. The Philadelphia Press says an In crease i l iront 1 to 12 per cent in the! of about 45,000 trainmen will wages Y«* announced soon bv the Pennsyl vanln Railroad company to tnke effect January 1 trainmen on the lines owned by operated by the company. Tlie cleri cal force Is not Included in tho plan It will apply to all the or he was drawing his pay at the storekeeper's de part ment at the Brooklyn navy yard, Kd gar Stanton Maclay said, in an inter view : "Now President lVoctnr «ORiiuission. I «hall let the whole drop. The third volume «if in y hi*t bus Imh'ii revised, and ««> far a» 1 am eoe vented the Sampson Schley closed." New Y'ork, D«v. A0.—While that 1 have read the letter of of the civil serv m O incident i • Porch talk. "Children nowadays don't catch lightning bugs, as wo used to. "No; well they do seem old fash f I t toned, now that everything else is lighted by electricity. ' Chicago Becord-Herald. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the ölgnatura of Cuban Tradesmen Have Helpers. "Every Cuban must bave bis help er," sftys an army officer who bus been serving in tho island, cannot hire a carpenter for an hour unless you provide him with u Itelfter hand iiis hummer and nails and "You to talk to him." How'» Thisf We offer one hundred dollar» reward for any h«c of Cutarru that cannot be uuietl by Haifa 'atarrh Cure. F. J. CHENET A CO.. Prop»., Toledo. O. Wo, the underelaned, have known F. J 'hency for the ln»t 16 year», and believe him ■orfectly honorable In all business transac Ion» ami IlimiK-lally able to carry out any Idlgatlnn» made by their Ann. VKST & TRITAX, Wholesale Druggist«. To ledo, O. VAI.DINO, KINNAN & MARVIN. Wholesale DruKglHts, Toledo, O. Hälfe Catarrh Cure I» taken Internally, aet ok directly upon the blood and mucous »ur ree» of the system. Price 75c per hotUe. Sold v all druKglHt». Testlinonla le free. Hall's Family TMII» are the beat Knew Her Man. Hn wns desperately in love with her hut lacked the courage to propose. she said, ns she bent "indicates tti it you Imve a long lilt; before you; this une indicates a good heart, this one an Artistic temperament, and this one that you lack courage." Being a dull and stubborn brute, always ready to prove other people liars, le popped—Indianapolis Run. I Christina* Dinner Thu» Wns Not Koten .tcniiM- ui iiuligi-atk u; thlg huiiy neu would ■ol liar« l.een told if the system hurl bueu reg llated ei <t I tie d igexi on perlec.tnil bv Ihn use of Nature's remedy, (iarlleld lea. This won lertul Herb luvilii'inn cures all forms of stout *■ h, liver end bowel derangements, cleanse» he system, pu ri lies the blond and lays the dundulion for long life and continued good ■eailli. Garfield tea Is equally good fur young «■id old. " This line, ' nvoi his hand, Delaware Governor's Social Precedence. The fact that little Deleware is th* oldest state in the union gives hei govornor social precedence over a I other state executives who may shar* with him any official entertainment in Washington.—Ladies' Home Jour nal. Ittigiu 1903. Clean»« the ny»tem, purify the blood and reg ulate the livei, kidneys, »tonisch and bowels with the Herb meuluinc, Uarlleld Tea, thUB in suring health and happiness for the New Year. A O. Misjudged. Mrs. Bilks—What an awful face I'd lie afraid to t lint prisoner lias, get near him, he looks so murderous. Mr. Bilks—That isn't That's the judge. a prisoner. »IT® r»iu.- ...... vuf»u. au .a» sr nervon»nes» TI I W liter first aarjsuseof Dr. Kiln'll Great Nerve (eetorer. 8em1 for FKBK TA.OO trie] bottle eicltroiti re. Df.it.ll Kt.te»Tfir.»n » whSt.Philadelphia.Pa Why He Never Attain« Her Ideal. A man who is earning the living for a family doesn't have time to live up to his wife's ideals, and by the timo lie has nutde his money he is too old and wants to tie comfortable. He Didn't. Fish— Are you a suitor for Miss Brown's hand7 Sprat— Yes; but I didn't. Fish—Didn't what? Sprat— Suit lier. —Tid-Bits. Wish All a Happy Nrw Tsar. The happiness that comoi with good health la given to all »ho use Nature's gut —Uarfiel* Tea. This Herb Cure cleanse« the system, pur ifies tho blooil and removes the ca'uso of ills. Aase. Encouraging Him. "If I thought any girl would accept mo," casually remarked the hush fill Mr. Dolyers, "I'd propose to her to morrow.'' "Why not this evening?" asked Miss Fosdick, coyly. Tho affair will take place in about a month. — Detroit Free Press. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Sooth iig Sytup the best remedy -to use tor theu diildren during t lie teething period. A Pneumatic Idea. Mrs. Fijit—The Nuwcds to take their honeymoon uutomhilc. nn ' going tour in an Mr. Fijit—What a pneumatic idea. Lame back makes a young man feel old. Wizard Oil makes an okl man feel young. See your druggist. A Sly Dog. use bothering me, Jack; 1 shii] 1 marry whom I please. He—That's all I'm asking you to do, my dear, enough. She—It's no You please me well I am sure PIAo'i «aved my life thre Cur«' for Consumption y«\irs ago.—Mr». Tho«. Robison, Maple stnvt, Norwich. X Y Feb. 17. liHUI ) Even when it's well done, the ceiling decorator has to do his work over. The Marconi Synteui. The expérimenta of Marconi with wireless telegraphy have awakened great Interest, especially since It was reported that he had exchanged com munications between Nfc vfoundland and the British isle3. The marvelous feat of sending messages over an ex panse of water a distance of 1100 miles has naturally attracted attention in commercial circlea, and among all peo ple there Is a curiosity to know what the modus operandi is. Marconi says that when he wishes to bridge distances, and it is not necessary that signals be sent In any definite di rection, he uses an ordinary transmit ter. It Is made of two small spheres, connected by wire, one with f he * irth and the other with a vertical corductor of some height, called the "aerial con ductor." When he wishes to direct a beam of rays In a given direction he uses a cy lindrical parabolic reflector placed In the proper focal line. The system of operation is simple. The key is pressed and .the eelctrlcal current is discharged through the spanc gap between the spheres. The discharge is an oscillating one. The spheres and conductor become a radia tor of electrical waves. By pressing the ordinary telegraph key at long or short intervals long or snort waves are made. These affect the distant receiver at long or short intervals, producing the dots and dashes of the Morse alphabet. Without reflectors the telegraphic sig nals radiate in all directions and affect all receivers within distance; with re fleotors it is possible to throw the elec tric rays in one almost parallel beam. The wireless system of Mr. Marconi has passed out of the experimental siage and is already being adapted to commercial need3, cables the London correspondent of the New York Her ald. Arrangements have been entered into between the Marconi company, the Lon don & Brighton railway and the corre sponding French railway company to have an installation of a permanent character Dieppe. The departure of boats will be signaled, with instructions as to the amount of luggage, number of passen ger3 and other useful information, an:l It will no longer be necessary for the friends of the passengers to wait hours at either end when fog ha3 de layed the boats starting. between Newhaven and Will Turu Honda Into Money. New York, Dec. 30.—It is reported in Wall street that at an auction sale by Adrian 11. Muller & Co., 5 per cent bonds of the Carnegie Steel company sold at 117 3-8. Andrew Carnegie tendered $10,000,000 in these bonds to the government for the Washington Memorial university for orig inal research, and the sale is believed by some to indicate that Mr. Carnegie has begun to convert the bonds into money in order that the government should be relieved from any embarrassment oil ac count of the bonds. At the price realized the $10,000.000 in bonds would be equivalent to $11,387, 500, a substantial increase of the prom ised endowment. President KoosevHt has received in-, formation from Andrew Carnegie that is expected to enable him to submit to con gress a form of gift of $10,IKK),000 to the United (States for higher education. This offer will not be in bonds of the United States Steel corporation, but will be in a form expected to be generally satisfac tory. The gift is likely to be in cash or in securities drawing annual interest. Samlstorm In California. Santa Ana, Cal., Dec. 29.—This section of California was visited by the most dis astrous wind and sandstorm known in over 30 years. Tlie high pressure of at mosphere prevalent for several days out cn the desert culminated in a high wind, with a velocity of over 40 miles an hour. With the wind came pillars of sand, which, in this city, blew up the streets and to the height of 20 and 30 inehes completely covered everything in sight. *1* * ■ ) J '> < * *« «< « I <§» *$* <;> Ï *> « TUM IURA t A Disabled Man j. ^ « Is certainly not in it, and g $ Sprains and Bruises disable, but this is where I St. Jacobs Oil T % 4 (•) A V 2 comes in for a prompt, sure cure. 4 It Conquers Pain ; Price, 25c. and 50c. SOLD BY ALL DEALERS IX MEDICINE. ) * « SISTERS OF CHARITY Use Pe-ru-na for Coughs, Colds, Grip andCi A Congressman's Letter. If 55? m mt i HU iV h 1 I J 1) mmm d m gs gslli Dr Hartman receives many letters from Catholic Sisters all United States. A recommend recently received from a Catholic iu.tj in Detroit, Mich., reads as follows: ora ♦ Detroit, Mich., Oct. 8.190L ♦ : Dr. S, B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio: Dear Sir—"The young girl who used the Peruna was fering from laryngitis, and loss of voice. The result ol treatment was most satisfactory. She found great relief ; after farther use of the medicine we hope to be able to she is enti'eiy cured." : ♦ ♦ SISTERS OE CHARITY. This young girl was under the care of the Sisters of Charity used Ferons for catarrh of the throat, with good results, as the»! etter testifies. : ♦ ♦ ♦ SISTERS OF CHARITY All Over United States Use Pe-ru-na for Catarrh. From a Catholic Institution in OHo comes the following recommend from the Sister Superior: "Some years ago a friend of our in stitution recommended to us Dr. Hart man's Peruna as an excellent remedy for the infuenza of which we then had several cases which threatened to be of a serious character. "We began to use it and experienced such wonderful results that since then Peruna has become our favorite medi cine for influenza, catarrh, cold, cough and bronchitis." SISTER SUPERIOR. Dr. Hartman, one of the best known physicians and surgeons in the United States, was the first to form ulate Peruna. It was through his genius and perseverance that it whs introduced to the medical nrofession I YV indows and plate glass fronts broken, outbuildings carried away and everything not substantially fastened hoisted in the air. were was Train Struck a Dig Rock. Parkersburg, Va., Jan. 1. missing, one badly injured, gine and four cars are at the foot of an embankment, two other ears are wrecked and a hundred feet of track torn up as a result of a collision with a heavy rock bv a westbound freight train on the Bal timore & Ohio nt a tunnel near Lon" Run. Two men one en are ReKnrtla the Ca»e a« Closed. New York, Jan. 1.—Captain James Parker of Perth Amboy, X. J., one of Admiral Schley's counsel, says that Ad ,mral Sddey regards the case as closed, but that his friends will ask congress to ' indicate him by retiring him on full pay ;ind reimbursing hint for the expenses ot his trial. Drowned in tlie Uny. Forest Grove, Ore., Jan. 1._ reached here that George Handley, a ius tice of tlie peace at about 30 Word has Tillamook, aged vo.trs, a son of T. B. Handley, "•'* drowned in tlie bay nt that place bv the capsizing of his sailboat bv a squall Neighborly. Eezymark—Didn't lawn mower last s Mr. Nextdore— Oh, have to look it up. Eezymark—Don't bother; keep it and I'll get a new one. Mr. Nextdore—Very well ; the old ? ne du * n 1 cut niy grass very smooth *- v ' anyhow.—Ohio State Journal you borrow my summer? did I? I'U you can Trains and funerals are sometimes lite but the beer wagon is never delayed. of this country. The following letter isfroml gressman Meekison, of Xapoi Ohio: The Peruna Medicine Co., Cd bus, O. Gentlemen:—"I A have used several Kk bottles of Peruna ml and feel greatly r? benefited thereby from my catarrh of the head, and feel encouraged to be- «gFj lieve that its con Congre* »mini Metkimi tinued use will fully eradicate a disease of 30 years' ing. " DAVID MEEKIS If you do not receive prompti satisfactory results from the l Peruna, write at oncetoDr.l full statement oil man. giving a case, and he will be pleased to you his valuable sdvice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, Pi* of The Hartman Sanitarium, Cl I bus, Ohio MINING NEWS. D. B. Huntley, manager of « Lamar Mining company In Id** accepted an offer to go to RM South Africa, as consulting Mi for a group of English minim panies there. The Alamance Mining comji San Francisco, which has been I ing the old Blue Dragon proper!) Elk City, Idaho, has suspended 1 It has spent about $45,000 In* improvements and mill equip»« One of the first oil compani« 1 ized in Beaumont. Texas, just® ing the advent of the Lucasgu* bought in the first gusher. 1* of the concern is the Beau»« 1 company. The gusher is located! Keith-Ward tract, and is a ** well. Official notice has received ir of the appointment of John superintendent of all the min* 1 Amalgamated Copper compnjj^ position is a new one. been associated witn the Anne* Amalgamated companies int* Ity of mining engineer for the? Mr. teen years in Butte. j "Placer mining in sou'-hem»*' county and throughout iheT' valley, in Idaho, promises w W. M next season," says mining recorder of the Claw "Though the Q uar,J . about Pierce City will . is the*T tricL seats of industry, th: placer miner, and he is P 1 fulfill his destiny." funny ' At some supposedly ^ fail to see where the laugh W® 9 mH In their own element all in the social swim.