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mouneux aces free. . af Deliberated Only to Minolta la tha i York MlHW Trial ad Sa d "Not Uailiy. I New York; Not. 1 1. lioland B. Molineux, son of Gen. Molineux, and ne OI the most prominent young n ever accused or muriicrn this coantry, was acquitted by a jury af- ter minute' deliberation. This is iloliueux second trial ftr killing Mrs. Kate J. Adams by sending a box of poisoned candy through the mails to Harry S. Cornish. Mrs. Adams, at whose house Cornish lived, ate of the candy and c'ied. At the first trial Molineux wus convicted of tirst-de- gree murder. Et-Gor. 8ioaa Continent. 6t. Louis, Xov. 11. Ex.-(iov. William J. .Stone expects to enter the demo cratic caucus In Jefferson City next January with at least three-fourths of the votes. "I have that many of the votes at the present time," he said. "Accordirig to my figures, 56 representatives and 11 senators are instructed to vote for me. Twenty seven representative are not in structed for me. Many hnve told me that they will vote for me. I Iiiitm no doubts concerning the outcome." ho Preacher at the Funeral. iwrence, Knn., Xov. It. The fu- ral of Capt. A. 1). Scarl, who died Leadville, Col., October 20. was held here this afternoon. According to a request made of 'the G. A. I!, post at Leadville, the funeral services at the grave were conducted by the (i. A. 12., and no minister officiated. Capt. Scurl . 'twas one of Lawrence's first settlers, ,nd laid out the town-site, lie wuV interested In other engineering work in the early history of the town und C 4Yia ft t o if. White noma Conservatnrlea Torn Down. ;! Washington, Nov. 11. The white house conservatories hnve been torn ' down to mnke room for the new building provided ns nn ollac for the , president, and hereafter there will be Ino flowers grown around the white 'house. The white house conscrva , torieg were notably large and filled ;wlth a costly collection of plants. To ' ' every white house family for nearly a ,v cent they have been a delight. A MethndUt Mission Project. San Francisco, Xov. 11. Members of the M. E. church here intense d in jriental mission work have decided to (tablish a Japanese Christian home iuIonolulu. TlA" Japanese women working in the island rice fields are said to be anxious to have the home established, and ure willing to con tribute to the cause. The Institution will be known' as the Susanna Wes ley home. Now Itollvla In Threatened. J La. Paz, Bolivia, Xov. 11. Govern ment oflloials have posted throughout the town placards declaring the whole republic In a state of siege. The country is threatened. Two ru mors were heard. One was that the Bolivians had been completely defeat ed In Acre. The other report was that 2,000 Peruvians were oil the frontier, nenr the Madre de Dioa river. To Connect Oklahoma Town Guthrie, Ok., "Xov. 11. The Okla homa, Traction company was given a territorial charter to build uu electric jat steam railroad, and telegraph and telephone lines in Oklahoma. The .'railroad, as proposed, will connect lGuthrIc, Oklahoma City and Fort fn' Reno. Oklahoma City is named as the principal place of business, and the estimated length of the line is 73 I miles. Election Will flare Mo Effect Kansas City, Mo., Xov. 11. Accord ing to United States Senators Albert J. Beveridge, of Indiana, and W. I. Dillingham, of Vermont! members of the senate subcommittee on territo- ries, who were here Tuesday, thr- closeness of the recent election in Oklahoma will have no effect what ever on the question of admitting that territory to the union as a state. 1 Her Eilitence Wan Useless . Kansas City, Mo., Xov. 11. Mrs. Carrie Dell, 55 years of age, stood In front of a mirror this morning in her room on the third floor of the building at 708 Main street and sent a bullet into her brain that ended her life almost instantly. Ill health and Vdespondency over what she called her Vgenerally useless existence" were Ae, causes that led to the act. Probably Below 1 8 7, OOO Topeka, Kan., Nov. 11. With re- aVt fsm nna Kitr a... n t v with a vote in 1900 of 3,520 and five sparsely, H authority that beginning with settled counties in the extreme west-' the first of the year, M. A. Low gen era part of the state, with a combined attorney for the Roc y vote two years ago of only 799, yet to . tem, will be located wittf headquar- come, it looks as if the entire vote for candidates for governor in Kan sas would hardly reach the 287,000 mark. Tulsa, L T, Nov. ll.-Lincoln ls the name of a new town on the Ozark A Cherokee Central railroad, 25 miles west of Okmulgee. It is designed ex- clusively for negroes. Negroes will Joplin, Mo., Nov. 18. While hunt own the land and all the business, In- jngr Clyde Kirk, 20 years old, a farm eluding stores, gins, banks, mills and rr cf prosperity, wus accidentally shops. The price of lots is $18. j shot and killed. Kirk was getting , -" - Waranall. . Mo.. Nov. 11. BlincC'" Quarlea, of Boonville, was dangerous-! ij. uijurcu m imuuou gumc Mtween the Wentworth academy and Kemper college teams. Quarks' spine M. Robinson, of the Topeka fire de ls paralyzed from the shoulders. partment, fell from, the top, 75 feet. forty Meilean Prlnonera Kaeape. Tucson, Arlr., Nov.. 11. Forty prisoners confined in the jail at Cana - nea, Mex., overpowered the jailer and escaped In broad daylight. Tnis a the second jail delivery in a month, VtNOEANC" WAS TERRIBLE. Mi, Frank Toaaa Sirw uaa Wotwatl Whuaa She ArraaHd'aiAlleaatiaa' ricr iiuaoaaa a anrciioea. KochcMer, N. V Nov. IS. Miss Florence Mcr'arlan, aped 21 years, a music-teacher, was stubbed to death la her lather s house here to-day, and an hour later Mrs. Lulu Young, wife of Frank Young, at owe time city pur- cliusing agent, was arrested as being the hu!mnmnI murderess. The woman who committed the deed rang the door bell of the McFarlan home and when Miss McFa'rlan "answered it, at- tucked her with a knife. Miss McFar- Um ran screaming through the hall into the kitchen, closely pursued by ' her assuilant. In the kitchen she stumbled, half turning. In a flash her pursuer was upon her and stab bed her five times. Miss McFarlan sank to the floor, dying instantly. The murderess fled. The only words she was heard to utter were: "She lius come lietween myself and my hus-. blind, and I'm glud she's dead." The dead woman was the (laughter of a railroad mull. She was a person of refinement and good appearance. TO FIGHT REED SMOOT. Mnlstera of Salt Lake Clt Determined That the Moriuoa A puttie Shall Nut Uo l tha Senate. Suit Luke City, Xov. IS. The Minis terial alliance of Suit Lake City is pre paring to rnuku u vigorous tight I gainst the election of Apostle Heed Siuoot to the United States senute this winter, aud, failing in this, to curry the fight against him to the hulls of congress. A plan for organ ized effort on this line, it is said, has ulrcudy been outlined and will be tukeu up at the next meeting. The general idea is to mnke u tight similar to the tight against the seating of llrigham II. Roberts in the house. .Not only will the matter be brought be fore the non-Mormons of the state, but if the fight is unsuccessful in the legislature then an attempt will be nuide to make Mr. Smoot's election u national issue, and a petition will be tint f ted to congress asking that Mr. Smoot. as a high otliehil of the Mor mon church, be refused a seat in the senate. - A Trala Dratted Him to Death. I'aola, Kan., Xov. IS. As a Missou ri, Kansas & Texas freight train was leaving this, place last 'night one of the crew saw a man dragging by his clothing by the side of the track. The train was stopped and the man was found to be dead. The body hud not been identified. lie was about 17 years old und wore two suits of clothcH. A book, in which the name William Santrom appeared, wus found in one of his pockets. Mar Favor Oklahoma Only. Washington, Xov. IS. Persistent rumors are in circulation that the senute committee on territories, now in Arizona, will not urge the passage of the omnibus bill admitting New Mexico. Arizona and Oklahoma to stutekood. It is said the committee favors the admission of Oklahoma, but opposes the other two. Doster to lie Railroad Attorner, -AtchrHiinrKurnr?fovn8. It Is of ficially unnounced that Judge Frank Doster, of the supreme court, will be appointed assistant attorney of the Missouri Pacific with headquarters in Topekn. Judge Doster will , succeed the late Albert II. llo'rton iti the Mis souri Pacific law linn of Wugencr, Morton & Orr. Orlef for a Hoy "Financier." ( Xew York, Xov. 18. ltonald F Brennaa, 22 years old, who rose in two years from office boy to presi' dent of a trust company, which he or ganized, has been sentenced to Sing Sing for ten years. He wag charged with securing money under false pre tenses. Does t'aonon Oppose KevlslnoT Washington, Nov. 18. Representa tive Cannon, who will be the next speaker of the house of representa tives,. is opposed to any tariff revision until after the next presidential elec tion. This statement is made on trustworthy authority. Mvatery at Richmond, Mo Richmond, Mo., Nov. 18. William A. Stuck, jeweler, wealthy bachelor, and past grand master of Odd Fellows, has disappeared. All Richmond is convinced that he either has been j murdered or has wandered away wnwe ueiuugcu. la M. A Low to Leave Kansas T Topeka, Kan., Nov. 18. It is report ed in Topeka on what is considered ters in Chicago.. Veteran of the Navy la Dead. Chicago, Nov. 18. John A. Grler, reaper manufacturer, is dead at his residence in this city. Mr. drier took ' part in many of the naval battles of .the civil war- nd erreacliing the uk oi cug.ucer, ghotcna Was Accldently Dlsrharced. I into a buggy when bis shotgun was I ,li,.ro-1..1 - from an Aortal Ladder. lopesa, nau., uv. ao. m uue iesi- in(r a new aerial ladder truck, Capt. A. j Stole S.SOO from Iowa liana. : Sioux City, la., Nov. 18. Robbers cracked the safe In the Farmers" . Loan & Trust company's bank at Ar- thur and secured $3,000 in cash. i VTf'ci hzi most remarkable tonic proper- tics for all who live in malarial dis Malaria and tricts. A never-failing remedy for AgUC CurCa" ma'arial diseases. p. When n!ok you wnnt tlu liet physicinn, nml tlie Unf ilivMit'iuii re!iiir'H tli ni.l of tlielM-st lrugjrist. IMinrtiiiiry in now a nmn exm t iiijT s. ienew tliiui it tiwil to New iliseov leu, new reniwlien und inw iilin require t,ln inoilern drurpiHt to lie up to lnte. TliiM is ii thoroughly nio.ltrn ston. It ex tnplitlt'H nil thut in Intent iitid U-st on tlu irtifiHsiiiiiiil Ki'! of plmrmiier. Tlmw who Hrecnn ful in tlieirtlniK buyinjr, who wnnt to feel tHTiir, rnn ttmi ptoil reasons for liringing im tln ir jireHi nptioiiH. We con fill tlirni no intitter by whom they ver written. H. L. TUCKER, Best Drug Store in Bates Co. Eutler. Mo.v tas-iactttBaia NOTICl- CHANdE Business Growing;. Following figures show the heavy increase In deposits of this Bank for the past five years on da'e of oificial statement just called. Oct. 31, 1H08 $ 77.73-ll. " " iSoo m,5Jl30. ' 1900 ' 138.iiSft.06. " " 1001 ai8,0J7:. " igoa aa.s.SS.Io. I'assic Breezes. j'oti serttnosbreoeH, we ex pect, at leust, to ha on tlio roiil to pastures new. for tin, ami in leaving bo uHHured one nml till friewl and foe, we li'nl you (ioilspeeil. Our only t'xeuce for removing ho hood in we are too old to nit. idly down ilo al most nothing, Imt must lie up and going, uot alile to abide at a health resort. So let. tin to you all old friends say good bye. '1 bene nre the sentiments of my family as well. Mi8 Cora Church came home Sat urday to see the folks. R. M. Wileyx shipped a load of hogs last Friday. if 1 on bad t"'"ti here- hrt wei kto see corn coming in by the hundreds would imagine this a young Kansas City on wheels, and Geo.Cruire at the w ales, and all is business. Have two buyers now, the People's Elevator Co. wit h J. W. Packer buyer, and the J.I). Tutu well Elevator Co., he being the original grain buyer here. Sid Alexander has the sympathy of all in the loss of his mother, who died at the old homestead near Uurde te, one day last week. We, too, lost a mother, hence can truly sympathize. Os. Siroms and Geo. Walls drove to Butler Saturday. Tin former hus a new buggy. Mrs. Call Rol inson is still with her daughter in Seilalia, where her grand child is very sick. H. Hamburg brought in a load of lumber from Jtutler Saturday, so much building here lust week that our yard run short. Look out for a boom in Passaic in the near future. A new elevator, an addition to tbe Tatbwell elevator, a company store near the railroad, then we need a depot. J. B. Lotspeich took a trip to Ok lahoma last week. - Mre. Walls visited relatives and friends at Adrian last week. UucleLeis will Bure keep you posted as to the doings iu and about Passaic. Success to you, L. C. The paper states that a Kansas man husked 115 bushels of corn in 5 hours (23 bu. an hour for 5 hour) that downs the Elkhart man, who says he can husk 13 bu. uu hour lor 5 hours. H. H. Wilcox had the paper hanger lite, eta. I: ACM WV.LK. from Butler papering hi house heie last week, hence will doubtless move HO-"II. . , Rev. Stewart went to Foster Sat unlay to till his rcgulumppointiuent there Sunday. Mrs. Boswell is slowly but surely ini'iroving. A. M. Tenipler, with many others, have our thanks for needed favors, and may the Lord be with them, we cannot. Mr. Todd is convalescent and eie long expects to be at work. Charlie Zwahleu bought n fine look ing nnirnnl in Butler, Saturday. Mr. Bailey is putting in scales und buying corn at hisplacp, 7 mil. n w. et and one mile norths where he is feed ing quite a bunch of cattle. J. B. Lotspeich Sunduyed with his friend .1. 1). Tatbwell on Bryan ave. Fred Church was over Sunday. In spite of the R. F. D. our postoffiee is a standby for Sunday mail. Mr. KiiiL're sold his farm and will move in 1 he spring to Passaic, where he ha rented the Walls property and the ls,mc Conklin land. ' Albert Jenkins was in Sunday. He reports bis (ibe Wemott) school as progressing well. He is one of our best teachers. Cal Robinson drove to Butler Sat urday tiiyht, leturning Sunday eve, bringing bis daughter, Mrs. Claude Majors with him. ' 11 Hamburg sold bis (iueteumto a horse buyer Saturday. Again let us bid the editor and all farewell. Pat. Goes Like Hot Cakes. f "The fastest selling article I have in my store," writes druggist C. T Smith, of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. K ng's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, because itaUuyr cures. In my six years of suit s it has never failed. I have known it to save sufferers from throat and limp diseases, who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy." Mothers rely on it, best physicians prescribe it, and H. L. Tucker guar antees satisfaction or refund prh-e. Trial bottles free. Regular sizes, 50c and 1. Fob Sale A choice list of f irms Call or write for prices and terms. A. S. M1LLU0RN, 40-U Ileal Estate Ag't, Butler. Mo. All Drum Pnoe, 40 tail'.p Ilfoiiel TttM.iai r.rHU.i M i the Party Hrnl to MfittphU te Altead j KtM-r.ll.Mi l l.uke Wllchl. ' Snc-'le. iis-... 1". Tuesday 'was the l:it diiv f Ihe president's hiiiitin ei lition. A mcs,-iie;cr from iinip i.i I he morning reported that the Kirty got mi early start. The ueallii r eoliilrl ions were Ulter tll.'HI lin y ll;l I been oil U II V hlV of the limiting. It was cool ml' I cloudy and the do- could work wilhout dis tress, Thehtt nters whovcrctry- iii!T to irivi' lb president a shot were pretty lnul'y dis-nuriie;eil but they were hoping against hope for licttcr luck. The pe -Kident himself, seemed less concrr-- over his Ill-fortune than were those who were Instru mental in bringing hint here. He Is satisfied l!i:ii here are In-nr in the swamps :iin: .old liii friends that he wanted to come down here again anjl have another hunt with Holt Collier. The party In e ramp late Tuesday afternoon ; I early Wednesday morning started for Memphis. Tenn., to attend the reception to Vice (iov. Luke Wriyht. who recently returned from the riiilippines. From r'lrrntt t St. I.nnla. Joplin. Mo.. Nov. is. The contract for the const ruction of the Oklahoma Central St. Louis railway's line tliroiifjh southwest Missouri will lie let next week. The new road will run from Klieno tlu'onjrli tiiithrie. Stillwater, Joplin. JclTersou City am! to St. Louis. The ritrlit-of-w ay has been secured through central and southwestern Missouri. Vntea Tlrra of O file a. Jefferson City. Mo., Nov. is. Su perintendent K. K. Yates, of the state insurance department, who came here last June to succeed Thomas II. War ner In this olliee, has resigned. Mr. Yates irlvcH as his reason for i'iit tinif this .:i,ii(ili per year job that he desires to return to Kansas l ily to nwiiiiie his law practice. Hud lilnsen Will tirt the IXnco. Hutchinson. Kan., Nov. Is. Sur veyors nre now locating a new rcjiit of way for the disco west of Iturr ton. The road now misses lliilchia son about l" miles. The 111 w r..ii. will parallel the Santa !' tracks I10111 Hurt-toil to Ilutcl.iiiM.ii and tlici strike olT north and hit the present line at Wherrv. Tti .fiedc Won't Ha licnornl Denver. Col., Nov. is.- District Judge Miillins has ordered the ar rest of II aldermen who voted for an ordinance rauiinfr a new fr.m chise to the Dcmcr City Traiiiwa;, company after they had been served with an injunction which forbade the passage of the ordinance as drawn. Two Klnica t inier One Hoof. London, .Nov. Is. The kirn; of Pur tiiual arrived at Windsor l;i-t ni'lit from I'rance to pay a visit to tie luny and iiieen of Knylan.l. Kiur IM va who had come directly frou Sandrineliam, met him at the station The two ninnareliK embraced one an other most cordially. Imnulne Mra. Kntlon iim nil ActreMq, Huston, Nov. is. Mrs. Carrie Na lion, the "Kansas Smasher," say that after she has completed hei lecture etiira:remcnt she's troinjr t. write a play and enact one of the Icadilllf roles herself. She believes that she can do more good by oiaf i n the staev. A "llenuly Iloetor" Arrested. I'eoria. 111., Nov. Is.-Mrs Kosetta Kt.ler. who describes herself as "luaifiii't'ist. osteopathist and beauty specialist." was arrested charged with the death of Mrs. Hal tie Hart, at I'ekin. who died after takiur some of Mrs. I'.tler's "beauty" medicine. New Plant Will lie Heller. Siotix -Cityr-la.-Xiiv. s.- 'ttr Xr mour & Co. packing lant. which liuriied Sunday, will be rebuilt at once. The new plant will be one of the finest in the. west. The losses are now placed ttt $sii(i,i)(IO with $7-l,-ikiu insurance. Woman root master Itrmnved. St. Joseph. Mo., Nov. is. Miss KM. abeth Wilhelm, postmaster nt sta tion I) for three years, has been re moved. She Is accused of delaying the delivery of a letter and changing the date of the receiving stamp. Even tha Aothorttlfiii Ara Fleelnr. Jerusalem, Xov. IS. The cholera epidemic is spreading rapidly. The populations of Gaza, and Lydda have been decimated and the authorities lire taking flight. At Jaffa there have been 57 deaths in three days. A Frlaeo I.lne Into Ilullna. Dalias, Tex., Xov. IS. President Yoakum, of the Frisco, authorized the statement that his system would build into Dallas from a point on the licil river division near Carrollton during the coming year. lleaertlnc tn "1'nlTf.mal Hrntherhnmt." San Diego, Cal., Xov. IS. Secretary l'eiree, of the Universal Brotherhood at Point I.oma, now admits that Hen ry Huron, a young man who has Itccn educated by Mrs. Tinglcy, has aban doned the brotherhood. ' llaliy Left In the Cemetery. Shawnee, Ok., Xov. IS. -Last night a baby boy four months old was found in a cemetery in a. dying con dition by the sexton. No clew to the patent could be found. The baby war wrapped in a blanket. Bahr Waa Choked tn Death. Leavenworth, Knn., Xov. 18. Jo seph Loinhartr-A baby 18 months old, was choked to death here by swal lowing a wooden screw, which got crosswise in ita throat. SIR I IS III Mitchell Cualteoges the Declm tion Tbat Every Man Most Do S He Pleases. THIS APPLIES TO LABOR UNIONS. Laadar aad tfpokatmaa for Aathraclta Mr. km Kar. Iha Artummt fur tha "I'vraonal r rrertooi of WorhluaaMa" I r'alu and lialadra Tha tight of a Maa to Sell Ilia Labor to Whom Ha Chouaea. Scranton. Pa.. Nov. is. Another la rev crowd was in attendance Tues day when the arbitration commission begun its fourth day's sitting. Mr. Mitchell, who has been on the stand since last Friday, took his place in the witness box and his cross-examination by Wayne MacYeagh, for the Krie company, was resumed. Mr. MacYeagh. iu resuming his rross-exauilnation, said he would be jflad to gel nn expression us to the Influence of arts of violence on the temper and disposition of the union men said to have committed thcmv The witness said that he would not assume that the acts of violence are true. Mr. MacYeagh said: "The question is whether or not you have taken the proper methods to pre vent 11 repetition of violent acts when they have occurred." lie did not care, he said, by whom these were committed. "What 1 am trying to show is that there Is a growing spirit of violence and disregard of law in tl I'L'.iniation and that your influ ence over them is inr.11 indent to keep thent law-abiding and peaceable ns you desire them to be." 1'nder this arraignment of the union, Mr. Mitchell retained bis com plete composure. The ipiestioii met with a ready response. "The fear that my inlliienee," said he, "is not sullieieiit to deter men from the cuiiiinissiiiu of crime is a contradic tion of the claims often made about me." lie was free to say that some men may have been deterred from goln to work because of violence, but the strike itself lost more from public opinion by reason of that than ifc could possibly gain. The cross examiner and the witness then plunged into a spirited colloquy over the nuestion of whether one 1111.11 has n ritfht to prevent another man from selling his labor. Mr. MacYeagh read a statement re garding the right to strike us I ! nix ing to the personal freedom nf . 1 ingmen. lie also took the vicu lluif in exercising that freedom those who cease to work must not inter fere with the liberty of other- ho wish to work. "We do not wan? an archy." said Mr. Mitchell, "und i i:t is anarchy pure anil simple I'.e i lu'it of every man to do absolutely a he pleases regardless j f its eiV. et mi society. I'hls is the langiiii" i f a very carefully disguised ana re'., v." Mr. MacYeagh remarked, "because it Is the language of Archbishop Ire hind." "Archbishop Ireland never expected it to lie used in that seme. I might say Archbishop Ireland i a member of a committee of whe ' I am also n member which has declared f"f a trade union idea," replied Mr. Mitchell. National Raforin AnNtirlntlnn. St. Louis. Nov. IS. Prominent evan gelical ministers from various slates are assembling here to attend tie three days' session of the National Ueforiu association. The conferem- is held in St. Louis because f t In coming world's fair, as it is cind ered nil especially suitable time to bring forward the principle of tie association, that the I'nited Stales is a Christian nation. farnaslr'a Home Trip lielavrd. London, Nov. 18. Mr. and Mrs. An drew Carnegie returned to London with the intention of sailing to-morrow for the United States, but they have been obliged to abandon the voyage for the present because Mr. Carnegie is indisposed. The whole family were affected by something they ate on the couliucnt. Apple-lir-.wm In 'invintln. St. I.onis, Nov. IS. Iowa. H'inois. Kansas. Missouri and other slates are represented by prominent apple groweis ut the congress of American apple-growers which met here to-day. Henry Clay Culp, of Kail Creek. I Il ls chairman -of the congress. At the opening session Mayor Wells made an address of welcome. r" r-i--..'. Iter ttt loti to fffea. Chi. ago, Nov. IS. A public recep tion to tien. Adna l. Chaffee was given this afternoon a" Memorial hall in the public library building by the (rand Army of the, licpublic and the Illinois branch of the Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba. Ranaa Farmer Cued a Revolver. Herington, Kan., Xov. is.-tleorgn Dunlnp. a prominent farmer, is under arrest here charged with attempting to compel James McNaspy, at the point of a revolver, to release certain collateral held by the First national bank of this city Final Roll at ('hue taws. Atoka, I. TM Nov. 18. Mnj. Tom Ilixby, chairman of the Dawes com mission, with 13 assistants, arrived in Atoka this morning and is now making the final roll of Choctaw cit izens nnd freedmen. Mlaaonrl Legislator-Elect Dead. Maysville, Mo., Nov. 18. Ford Dyer, recently elected to the legislature la De Kalb county, is dead. A special election will be' held to fill the va cancy caused by his death.