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X .XlHii, j full - -jtu- :.;!!; ! i .' M'I ill ( if V AND HERALD. .. .".',, ,4 n 1 . 1 1 "HI I iv I 'I i i ! I . VOLUME XXIX. FARM1NGTON, ST. FRANCOIS CO., MO., THURSDAY, AUGUST 21; 1902. NUMHKR 3,.- X v I I t NEWSPAPER CHANGE. Important Notice to the Patrons of "Sri i lie tin in his -AND- llicS A company r j:;uii.-.el under the name and style of "Tiip Farm INGton Tij.1 s 1'KiNTisr, Comi-axv" lias purchased the plant of the two itbovc n.uiii'd iicwsp.ixT, and will continue the publication of hut one paiwr, to lc called "Tint Farming-ton Times and Hekai ii." AH paid-up suWripiinns to the two former publication will he filled out with "The Furniingtnn Times and llcruld," with the solic itation that they continue their appreciated pHtronace to the new company. All amounts due the two former publications by subscribers in arrears are to 1 paid to The Farmincton Times I'rintmt: Company. All unexpired advertising contracts will be carried out, and the amounts due on .aid advertising from and after August 14, VMY2, are to be paid to The Fartmngton Times Printing Company. For the general policy to lc pursued by the paper to tc published Under the management of the new company, sec editorial page. Very respectfully yours, etc., THE FABKINCTOl TIKES PEIKTIHG COIFAIT. AN ILLUSTRATED INTERVIEW. W -wji ft, r44 . - r -A "l- mt rlrl m,. A.f "Tn1 llu. lnlmt tfJ' HIV.a OCEAN CABLE PATHS. Kih tar r'alluMlmi ( rrlila ll.m.. Tkraack Sabaiarla. Ilrata i. Arraratr rri. Thf r irrmi to hr nu l'gk'jjl ri'u.tin bj rablra ennnnt hr liit wr1 tiy fctio of lb ii rali of llic nurlil. 11.1 matlrr buw great ilir ! pili, r l.ip . .. -flattV Bl.Illr mrtlili (if 1 1: r At lantic rablr. arcitrr llirrc milr Iir low thf .tlrf.rr. anil i. irnl urrr arily thr r ulrt inr fji-ptli, for tin i uh'r nay, and prutHibly d.., i (nun the top uf tint rnlnunrluc hill t an other withiiiit lriiiiii(f ninlrrkill into thf drrp ollrj tn. The yrcatr.t kmmo drpih of the it 40.2.1 ret, or rrn and thrcr llftlm tnitea, f.mnd in the ninth A 1 lunik-, about midnny lrtren Ibc lulaiid of Trial in 4'Aounha and the BiuuUi it ti itin de la l'lata. Hmiaillng. have 1 been made to a di ptb of (ert it tbe North Atiantir, wiutb nf Nrw louaaiaad. and about at.iMifl fret, or early aix and a half inilrk, ia rrpurted aoutb of the llrrmuil... Kten aueh ennraaoua drptha aa the.e aeed not hinder cable-laying, n far a. the the ory ia rjorernrd, but in prartlre, fur rra.oat at ectiiiuinj iu niaiutenanee and otherwiae, It 1. found bert to take , , adTanlajre of favorlnp etiiiditiuiia in tha orean'a bed. To illu.traie, all of the Muiea between lit I nlied Htatea ad amne run up nlinir uur eoa.t . until Utey reaoh the neighborhood of Jtewroundland before suirtiiiir arroaa o mcir aeaiinattona In Ireland or Franca. ! The reason for thi. ia fmind ia the '- faafe of aubniarine tablrland.. form T t ' r-a A Nieil a-r.r r I mM' rrj . iuir an Idral cable bed, which lies be- 1 twecn the three latter countries. 1 paal jeare ImmiiiM portiona of thi. . auDiwrfea territory here been plot led oat and and mapped by rarinu goTera ' ' nDt and prirate expedition., and tbia knowlrttlg la eonatantiy being added to. ,(, beoomca particularly valuable ' ta tAononie cable-laying. Kxrept In streme eatca.tfaeeleetrical enadactoT - a ot dropped overboard hapbaaard. t) tbe contrary, tbe aubmariM moua-,- teios, eatleya and plalna over which It ,. la to take Ita alnaon imtnf are aara ratety Mlevtd beforehwul, and their ,'. geeeral coaflgaratkin, oll-covarteg, tf any, and other peeullaritiea property ' taken intatccksMaratfan. Ppeclal, ari- etiea of cable are ananafacttirrd to feneet certain coadltkina known to t ict where they are e go. Like aaea la all trade, the eabl-iTer m)Dvt a4 tr ctoatly to the afMwiAeathms inn them ia etartiag, la order to per una the right kind of wurk. i ' ton Times t. Francois Herald. MR. MORGAN AND TBS KAISER mm UnmaT - Cbic.f. H-eortlU.r..4 Tlir li-niMkliip. tlirrifnrr. whllr fo infr plirnr! and pnliiir "tit the cable "rr the ulrrn- piiltcv, i under lh uii!;int-r ,f klilrr! hfttiil., f nlliiw ilij rrrlnin ji.tth, nblih Iihk lirrn Millil ril out for hrr by riiRi-n on the oialn In ml iih licinf; the lr. nilnptrd for the I'onifort iinil mtr of tho rln-trical con. doctor hc h ilrpnrliing. THE ART OF CAMPING. Skill Rraalrra la Maklan Sea. (rrra I'lae rlnaafa. other ('iralrarn, loniiH-r mattrri,c are good ano uli-epinu bu arc racrllrnl, but In all my cxwrlrni'r a a rampi-r I have fonml nothing atirartorv or o mmfortablc a the led built of frr.h pine houghr. When ihme lietla arr carefully rnnklrurird there' l.n't, ti my mind, a hair mattrere la the uni rre tii.t n comre with thi. primi tive hut dcliriou.ly comfiolatilr affair write Martha toman, in tbe Out look. If you are .("ppinp only two tit three nlglita In one .pot and thea gi Ing on In your aean-b for game or for cencry, jour guide will not take the trouble to make your bed in a vrrj thorough manner. lie will (Imply heap up some frrhly cat pine hour-lit and arrange (hem with tberuft greea needlen for the top layer of the bed The truly .ati.fartory bed of pin hfiuHhs rruuirca aomr time and mtm .kilt to con.trui't. and not every pit lilt whe Inhabita the Qttrltec or AmnattMik pine jongtea know how or is willing Ia bother rrl'i! making one properly In the flmt place, long lop. are cut foi the length of the beo.and.horleroaaa arc put arro the enda. . Into this low bk are piled, drat, large freably hewn bougha 1a build the bed up to tb keight of the boa sides. On top of the.e bone hi .otter one are laid, with the new en-en Darts on top to form a covering fur the apeina-v moas. Whra plenty of the oft green need Ira are put over the otJter bongha yon have a bed that ia at nare delk-ionaly aoft and comfortable. The beat part of It ia that the aromatic pin balMim ia a remedy in ttielf. a ad tl eUitlclty of the bed iuU fordeya fV'aa HaMlaa ta It. Waauaao Why in the work ban yon beta holding your right flat aa tigntiy cteneaeo.au flay T . ; I hut no I contused a palmist lata hat night, and he told me I ahowed a lot of money ia tbe lines of that hatuv I'm atmpljr "eagle to It' sotS I fee) Itf-itoa iajelea Kcrald. Mm PS) .Q. Challenge U the Republicans Pel at Out aa Unfrlr or Unjust Provision. SECRET AST COOK'S FACTS AHO FIGURES. There are Fran, la All Incite - lea, ana It I. I ajaat ta l ewdraaa a fair l.a k-.au at Tkal Feawa. la New lark aad TrMta Seat Kraada la rhllaarlvala. Jcfftrraon it r. Mo., Aug. 13. Owing to tile prraa of nntoial diitlea during tlir iat few wi-rka, tvrrrtarv nf btate t ook wun t-oniprllrd to tern porurilv tioatpour work on bla atate kand-iuMtk. To-duy be gave to the prcxa hla chapter on Mioiirl cliM ltnlt law a. The b..k will be completed by (September 1. Following a , ie latent chapter "Mtirh haa been mid by the repub lican party pri' and rrpitlillran tf- ty leader. In drnnm iation of the es Utitig rlntion lawa in Mi.aouri. Ihrr lawa arc perabitrntly and aae- ap-ly auailcd in general trrm. at 'llif ninoti.,' 'f riiuiltilritt' and Mixhoil eat, but it ia aignilirant that no re- publican ha been able to point to a ingle proiiiin of tlir MIourl clnv Hon law which ia Unfair or ilnjinl or which inakra fraud pHllilc. A a matter at JacA. MUf rlcdioa lawa tonlay are pntol kail. sat they were in !!. whm the bill drafted by the civic federation of fet. lntia Waa pawed by a republican houae and a democratic eenatc. and approved by a democratic porrrtior "The only material diffVreure hti tween the ht. Iuia election laws of to-day and thow; rnoclrd by the re pnlilicaa htiuae ia ta thnt the 1" law empowered the mayor to ap'Miiut one metnlxr of tbe board of election coiiimia.iiiuera, while the present law place the (lower of apjintmrnt of all three mriiihrre with tile governor, one of whit b mu.t be of the oppoaltc politic of the majority, aa iintlcr t- law of liM. Thi, of coume, does not change the political a.Cft of the law at all. I ntler the preaent law, two nicnilx-ra of tbe txiard mu.t Itrlong to the majority party. The Mine i true ninlcr the Ian of MS. "The law of Wa provtdca that the gioernor .hmild appoint the prexi dent of tbr bitard and a areond nieia tier and tluit the mayor eliouhl an- poitit the third member, who alintiln lie of the nppemita jxilltlcal party from the goveruor'a apMlntee. (cn acijiirntly. If the law of 5 wa now In force, the apHiintee of ta mayor ar,.,il, !. s republican and both of tbe governor', nppolnteea would . dciiincrutir. exactly tbe aame political divialon tbnt exi.ta under the pie-cut law. "The prc.ent republican menilier of the board could nut lie more of a per tiun If he waa appointed by forty republican InnyorM. lie wa liulor-ed for the iippointiiient by ri-puldiean pnitinna uf the iuokI ultra type, liolh the (ilobe-OeniiM'rat and tur Htar pritnounrrd thf apHiliitini'nt an execlli-ni one from a republican standpoint. Hlurteter t bte may la- ilid of the preat-nt vpulili' u meai lirr of the hoard, no repulilicnn hua iie.tb:ned hi. real fur republican inicce.a of hi. rank pnrtlzan.hlp. bo nnti-h, then, for the republican howl a to the chatige in the appointing power from the mayor to tbe gov ernor. "The democracy of Minaouri chal lenge the republicans to tUole a aiit gle provij,,n of tbe election lawa cith er in city or state which counivca nt fintnl or dia. onrat method.. That fro nd la )irrpetratexl In Mlaxourl k. writ aa In iUluoia. ludutua, Ohio. rriin-j Imniii. ,rw ork aud other atntea rnntnlning lnrpe cltleK. in un qiir.tioiiably trua. !t K lre o all large citlea and, Iu the jtulynsrnt "I tbe ent majority of f 1imh vho bate tnnilc thi. iuc.tion one of intelligent Conaiileratlon, thia frnmt would be greatly Inereaaeil Iju. for the ro- .trniiiiiig iuniirr.ee of the atnte. ,. ".New York has a state upcrintrnd- ent of elecilona for the metropolitan di.trirtK, apMintc.t by the governor. with power to apptlnt all nerc.aary deputiea for ttta aonereiataat atf the eleetiona in the cUira of -jaew Vxk and Ilranklyn.'lt tw a eSn't -'wwrtliy.nf note thnt in Philadelphia, where tin election ofheera are .elected by lofnl authority and where tli srV fxcr ciiva no control, .inn praislleing ' of ayatcmntm ftnud baa a ur imaged titat f any ia the 1'niiib.T w f "-u 'inteliigvnt fitlaaa ""atipora that, had tbe Zlegcnheln gang ad uudi.piited control In Ht. Ltmia in the selection nt rgiUirli)g offlnet. judges and Clerk. tkSe ,vuld SMve lieen an honest jHctir knjhat city. It is only reMmnaaHa.s afpoae ttat the aame gigantic fraud that per meated the variotia city depart me ta under that dinnitrattirn would have atnk-n Us ' way . Into r the great ma jority of lh poUi place and made it poaaible for that city, through dte honr.t mctboda, to dominate ' tbe tale. - - - - "It la ahaurd to hold, becanac there Is fraud jrracl Uiiai fa the large cMiea, that our election lawn are diahoaeat. A well as It might he said that toe ermvlaat hwetr vrf Mktaouri era dia- h on eat and a failure tarranae tbey -tto Bnl entirely pnffeiw wnrder or theft. "The prnwnt elect ioa lawa of 4bla state afford rrcry jpcaiaibW pmvtsina for lb eaetlng'. of an nntraminru.il ballot and, for the punUhmeat 'of fraud, etUier in regfattratiow or In lir- " '.. , i The gwncral tawa of the atute, adopted ta etbsj, afftsrit each ofrtb two trading partie tt)na repreewla fiow ht jilitw-ter&a,batlrsueera aad watchers. i e "In the city of St. jLpiil,f. wkVfc peelal eomtUint la made by the re public as, , the-; rcpublUan eleclloa comnilaalooet ba iOaf powet wttk the twodenxw-rarlc commUaioners, lie Bame , flsit J repstblieaa judge and eharlrs. Tier can not It fraud pra- tld wfthmtt bla appotntrea. ,. bttfsy The prewetit law tyroTttiea for lh app'iiutOKUt .nWheiileagcrw tnw. each party, who kse the power to ehaV i er.gr the vote of any perana who clulma to be reginterrd and, unieaa a majority of the Judge deride he I a qualified eoter and the person regis tered, hr can not rote. Ro when every vote (a received and placed In the bal lot bog. It muat be with the approval Of at leaat three of the four Jiid(re. The purity of the ballot bos la hedged about with every poaaible safeguard. F.verv conceivable offen0j again.t the ballot ia made, a felony, punUhalile by Imprlaontnent in the penileiitiary. To even attempt to rote frautluently la piint.hable by I prlaonmrnt at tbe penitentiary for not lee. than two year. To Impc- aonate anyone In the attempt to eota In puni.hable In the aame manner. No state in all the t nlon has greater safegnanla agoinai fraud or dlaboa- eat practice than Mia.ouri. "In atrikiug roiitra.t with the im partial and ju.t law nf to-dny are the parliaan prracrlpiive .tatntee which prevailed in Ml.aonrl under re publican rule. It la not my purine to call attention In thia article to the cruel Injuatice anil the flagrant par lianahip of the elect ion. of 1J to ItiTO, when the regi.lrriiig oflieera for the entire Mate, aa well as the Judge and rlerka, were releclrd cv clnaivrly from pnrtiun repnldlcnns. The deuiocraey had no reprc.enta tive anywhere among the election of ficer. "It waa under theae condition, thnt democrat like (ien. Frank P. Itlnir and (ien. Jamra Khirlda, with hun dred, of other. In every eonnty la the alate, were refuaed the right to wile, and minlHlera, lawyer and school teacher were pritwcuted and tmprt.oneil for practicing their re epcetivc profeaeiiina without taking an unconstitutional oath. "It waa under thia same law, which was in force from the time the re publican eemred control In Mia.ouri until they were driven from power, that Col. William P. Hwltler twice defrauded of hla rent In con grraa ami hundred, of other demo rmt deprived of the office to which a clenr majority of the legal voter bad elected them. "To how the utter Incein.i.tency and di.boncaty of the rrpuliliran talk nf the election law of Miaaniirl, we need only cite one coiiapiruoua In-Rtam-e. "At the repulilicnn convention held thi year in I'ikc county to .elect delegate to the Mate convention. Col. f. I. liver offered the following reaolntloii, which waa, of courae, iiniiiilmoii.lv adopted: " 'We denounce the .o called demo cratic party of thia elate for hc etiactmcnt nf election and police lawa that deprive the citiitcna of Ht. Louis, Kan.a City and fit. .ToMtph of locat arlf govrrtiinent, and dlafranchlne clt len. for no reason other than to continue in control a corrupt ring at the .late cnpltol!' "Althoiiph now a eltiren of St. ooiila. Col. Dyer formerly livr'd in l'ike. While a re.idrnt of the Ninth cniigrculiinal dihtrict, he made aome elci'timi liiiory which, in view of hie recent re-olu'ioii, jt n;,y be well to brietlv recite: In IV.". Col. Pycr via the repult- licnti catniidttttf for emigre., in the Ninth ili-lrict and Col. ."witlcr waa the ileitioeriilic- rniidlilnti'. At that time, Kranrl. liHiiuun wn Kcrretarr f Rtntc, 'J lie eh . lion mm blurry, rcgi-lratiim, ehiilleugrr, judge and clerks were nil Intense republican partian. Kh brutally were demo- crata dif ranch Led that ln.the big demm-ratic enmity of itoone, with a voting population then of over 4.0UU, only 410 citiren were permitted to vote. The ileniiwrntu of Audraiu. ( nl- Uwuy.MouriM-, l.ineoln and I'uIIb were aimilarly tlibfram hiM-il. In apite of thia wbolekule ill.- fmnchl.enictii. t o. Suiuler carried the diatrict liy a mnjority of 7UH. "fount lioilnmn, however, de stroyed tbe return, and burned a cer tificate of election to Col. Dyer, who accepted it and rouiH-lled ( ol. tjw ilx Irr to cvinieat for Ibc aeat. Tbe oftirial rccorda of till, con ical, licfore a piirtlun republican "ngreaa, allow that in order to de- f rand t ol. NwitkT of tbr M at to which he hail been fairly elected, it waa necciwary to throw out the vote of Calumet town. hip, in t'-oL U.vei'a own county of I'ilte, to thrown out the vote of riult Itlver town.bip in Audrain, and to abut throw out the cnUr vote of Monroe. Ily doing 111 la, t?o..lyer wa enabled to hold on to the weat, to which a majority of the legal voter, accepted aa such by hi. own partisan election office ra, had rbo.cn bla opMincut. "I revipectfully aubmit to the sot era of .Mif.ourl that the record Col. Dyer wade In defrauding Col. Hwllt Icr of hia arat in congreaa la a etinj plcte answer to the demagogery, liy pocrlay and dl.hoaaty contained In bla recent Pike county resolution." The Mkrlkaa al Ik Saa. at ajlrda. How little we realize tbe fact that the mualc of nature is always In tenaely rhythmical! An intelligent riMucter with a goad ear always crow In accurate three-four time, and ia the minor key. Our own implet Idea nf t)at U perfectly Illustrated by the dswrn, the doi lndlrating footatvpa and the ila.hr. drum beat. Now, tiiht ia rythm, an eaaentlal principle of music, and we are widely at fault If we Ui)Hm for one moment that the bird sing regard Ira of It. The drum beat a are in onmistakshte four-four lime, th connniine.t time of all, and I think It emild be conclnalvelv Droved that the oriole, for instance, aaa adopted that time for his own. . HI evident to a duae obaerrer thst there ia something odd abonttk ( Oriole's time; It M four-four, with out doubt, but there are queer breaks la it; the eioger drop a ante beni aad there, winch a good old gTaot nutnimw lr;ni a stitch in her clever knitting. . The enUaatotta art c bar act urUtia of 1b oriole; hia styie Ie oa of marked syncopation, with a prcfereaeo for titat ud of aoejtxly which hats tasrw styled "ragtime," If you wi.h to Imitate thi quality yoy moat whirtlM a "Uof by laittig the Up of U1 tougoe immediately brhlad the wpprr front telh, drt.pplng, and rswwrntnf tt ojtilckly. rVaek Lewlirs Kontbly. 1 eVceml nrw nil strike are re port re ia the KcutacJty CclaV . MISSOURI STATE NEWS, ajeeeat Iteelhe. Mr. Mary ninlieth Wilson, sged 3, the nldeat prr.ua in Marabsll. Mra. Iiavid Mcke I'earson, rayrtte. Thomaa P. Graham, br., 7.1, head of t prominent family in Mt. Joseph. Dr. Ilampaon ft. I lay, a well-known physician of Augu.ta, antldenly from heart trouble, kged SI. He leave widow and aeven children. Joacph S.tilra, a pioneer cltlrcn of Lincoln county, aged 71. Mr. Mary f. Noouan, 09, at Mae- shall. M. D. Maloncy, a pinneer rltiaen, It nuticr. Judtre Joseph Mow, one of the old est re.l.lent of Mrn-er county, near rrinccton. He waa liorn in North Carolina In 1M2, and waa among tha Brat men to locate in Mercer county settling there in IS40. Ilia death eurred umn the land he entered, lie) nerved for four years as justice of thefce, and waa four time elect ed dimly Judge, and waa appointed sheriff In IhAI. fle was the father of IT children, U nf whom are living. Judge Knuuiel Ijrt Dodson, at KaR saa ity. lie leave a large ratal. Henry ('. Courtney, a pioneer, aged 07, at Mrniphla. lonirt M. Nclaon, aged SO, at Boo vllle. He era the wealthleat cltiarti of central MlaaourS. He was born In Fauquier county, Va., June it. llt, and located In Cooper county in 140, aettling on a farm Jut weat of Boo vllle. In isss, with Or. W. II. Trtgg, joaepn I.. Mephena and . other, no engaged la the banking boalne at Itoonville. At that time he waa pree liient of tbe Ht. Lout branch of tbjn bank, snd became elor-prealdent df the Central national bank oo It or ganisation in Boonvllle. Blnce that time he hs beea eootinuoiudy oo nected with it in some capacity, hat lug been its president for many years. ror years he hsd been the large t Individual landowner and taspayer of l ooper county. .lohn Ktodlrr, aged 7J, at St. Jo seph. He located there at an early ante and with Joacph Robldoux.foua dcr of M. ,loaeh, conducted a trad lug pout on the river 40 year ago. l.laklataa atraett Kaaae. During a heavy torm near Jeffer eon t Ity. lightning atmrk th farm houar. of lrs. Klixabeth Eehndner, shocking but not aerivualy injuring the family. The house, with all coa tenia, wa burned. A barn belonging to Tony i'renger was aba destroyed ny ngntning. A Fatal Ml.take. Frank llolllvy, aged SI. of fit Louia, father of aeven children, mis took rough oa rata for headache pow der, took Jt, and died. The powders, it la anH, w-r put in a box resem bling the boa containing tho rat pok on. -. kr tk Uaveraar. Cor. Ilockery appointed llenrr U Alliers. of Klorlaaant, to be aanociat juatice of the 8t. Louis county court. Judge Albcrs wa named to' fill th unexpired term of Judge Jamra II r.rnuMir, died died several works . Ill Water tla.krr. lite luggeai watyr gu.lier ever truck in Howard county waa found on toe tnrm or u. t:. walker, near Armatrotig. The well flow 100 gnl lona per hour, and a aea bed of wa ter ia thought to hare been atruck. H..r Wheat t'roa la fBaaae. The wheat crop of Ttoone county ihl yenr la four times larger than It lia ever been before. More than 100,- 1100 bu.bela of wheat have been mar keted, and the crop la not yet c- hnusted by any meuna. tS'aaa Prave ratal. Itlrbard Wampler. the lH-year-nlfl son of H. C. Wamplrr, a druggiat at Tarklo, died as a reault of an acci dental gv'B.liot wmrad Tweelveil frntff rifle In the hands of a young tuaa named SIc.Nniilty. The Owweeahla at aa l.laaO. Five suits have been JUcd at Clar ion to determine the ownership , I fit. t: harlra ialanri, which kaa been brought Into dispute by the cbanfrrng of tbe course of tbe Missouri river. OalOea VeaJB Celekral.a, Forty relat ivra, mo.t of them de scendants of Mr. and Mra. J. Meek, helped them celebrate their golden wedding at their homo hear Chlill eothe. ,.';.,". ',,'', , ' ' AtNev a Tfkre vtk.' slera. : I). C. Lcavltt, of Kansas Oty, is 00t greeting Ilia iriaSHia- After a, UtrS month' sleep. He Is looking wall 4 tutor ct3W Tmfa-tarcar.il unth. . v. M j '-:.. -v p betraw ,tlu..aJaWaa, f.i j Large hlpwtent'aif innm'y art dily being made, from ties Ht- liiul,1lrjkji aad from, the subrtry in thatajitg to polntaf la the aotna'ssd aootkwttt. ItewtMra, Nvnr MeBk)4H,1tx PI. Louis, to mill teft fesirafren IM Irsst of Mis Dora King a neighbor, ,1lie stag isw.B puuo.courvi a h . . . . .... a u .. I a II .4 Owlttmli VaeerOaOl Th anausl rcunioa cl.Ijtil'ejd Confederate veterans -wlU he held at St. Joaepu Reptembcr k, it), t and 1$. big rrowcts sr rspecfeel. ' " 'tw,ataaa-'rit."1!j j . Aa electrical and wind afnrra of freat severity yisited kansa City at 4 a. m., the- other day, and . oaoasd . ad s"t. Tj-storf considerable damage.' Savor atotaa Sal. Saila fa' A kerere Wind, rsln"hnd Eafi pa.acd wsr Ralta eowtaly, dohvg o. sldrrabjo .damag... to ownrHi.wtwat, oats and rardens. , ,A i Tha ew"caMa at Dealer j J ; frof. Couch; of Tenosylvnnla, :iaa been elected vresidetit i of' tint isyew Cbrlstlaa oUcg. at JMsta. fiawainf 8y..g.-.cal.aol aJLt a ranwr jasapa Sat) rtstatnf ; C;tJ. Humrrcy;.a larmer at BJJ wtBrSi. Louat twiuwty.aas'Sjitted hvnV elJe hi Jnmphia Intd; ,.tisttl ttijr "Intd; .tistti I H : ii ,i , p l Ti. if t mttX W 1 out s$ta4ilrv t 3 f. bad bee sta- f .i Wiava, -ut A oroe wias a3'mttt43trn waged over Johnson ontitydjithat itur (naUiug ana. rc ps. - - w . '.1 . ,v-u..".-. IWU MM, I BfilSII. tbe Tire of Oot of tbe Rear Wheels of the Fairs' Automobile ' Wai Deflated," "'. ' HI). FAIR APPAREITLY TfliED TO STOP. at lie aaa.l Have Wad tb Wra( OtaeHaa Vtaveateal. aad the -ShmMI JHraOeat IMeveUs gar a. Tree Dart TV.! Sit W kirk UlrO rtrt. . 1. . I 1. Part. Aug. 17. Tho ckauffear of the automobile in wbluh Mr. sad Mrs. Charles L. fsir were killed, whose name Is Itpntcy, returned to I'srla Saturday morning. In aa Interview with a prtas corrcpondent be threw oDie further light on the rauae of tbe accident, saving! "' ' ' " . "When we left Trouvilbt Mr. Fslr waa auffrrlng from bronchial catarrh. H' cougheil frerqiirnflr on the road. and during the fit nf coughing his face wna much, oujigcst et. evidently producing alight diinca. lie hail Juat W-cn ctiughiiig when I Botlcetl that the tire of one of the hhsd Wheels wa deflated. 1 reatuao. Uta usnger, and jumpbag to my feet and leaning forward, I ahoutrd in Mr. lairs cars In KtiglLh: -Stop, MMlck; ; lira no good." Mr. "slr glanced back, but be did not reply. Apareiit"ly he frievl to stop, hot In doing w he mavt has Blade tb wrung alrerliig movctlicnl, as the uiachlne awrrvci acroaa ta road aud went In a straight fine for. a tree. Mm. f atr, a tw saw ma ai-. rection the automobile wm taking, claapetl her hualiand'a ahoulUcra with bcr arm ami turned her face hack to wards m with a look wtvlcti said plsuly, We are loat.' The nest mo ment csme the rro.h, and 1 waa thrownw Into a field beshV th rood and stvnnrd. .When 1 re-rfi. which, I did quickly, 1 limped to tbe side of. mv msatcr and ml.tre, anil with tUc help of the chatcan gafekeetvci' wife, extricated the puttie irom . Vie wreck," , A.ketl If either then showed aigne of life, lirotry replied: "Moth seeroed to lie dead, bat I waa la auca a dasnl condition from shock, and ao affect ed by the gha.tly aiectacle prr.cn ted by the wonnd. cm the head of both victims, that I did not notice whether either movet or not. The gatekeep rr's wife aaid afterwanU thst Mr, Fair moved hi foot, snd thnt hi wifn ovrd bee hand SS they ,lay on lite ground, but I did not see tha move ments. The womstl iid not say whether the man or hia wile stirred ksat." - t TUB rAltSS WILIS. Ia faaaaaata ar Tfc.le AtWrMr, 0)at Caateat art KM Meal faka. : Bon Franclaco, Aug. 17. The prnvt- Ions of the will of Mr. and Mr. Charles Fair, now in th posciin of the attorney. Knight A Jleggefty. have not yet Iwen made public, and there la uutU) vcnUl! a to their rotiteiila. It hna not yet In-rn a.cer- Inlned whether thi Fnlra ' oi-ouired M-pnratr or ettmnuinity prnjieTty aft rr the making of tlice will.. "Thl property will legally' lie Int JiideeJ In the dipoiHon authoried by the will, aud the legatee ao named will receive tfceir ahare if the court an- bori.e di.tribiitiun in aceoribinee with tho priwlalon of the will. The tfuc.tltin of priority of death 1 exrititig jiiiicb comment, but Attor ney llrggerty, who, with Herman tarlriclrx. 1. conducting the neenwutry litignlioa prtrliuiiiiary to tbe proba tion of the wills, lire Urea that if Mrs. Fair aunivrtt her huauiiad. thia eir- rum.lnnee can bar no effect no tin-' nal di.poslticai nf the pruprrtyt, rt- cept In give her relatlsea alt thaS ttiie lietpiraflird In them, "if her hlll .urvivrd, hi etwtfe Will lie diatribtit- eel etrnnlly tw Ws sisters, Mrs. M- rlehji and Mr. W. K.' t attilcrtint, Wtt whatever ntldltlonal jiroperfy ' Mrs. Fair may have willed to her hunbsueV The law of California preaumcs thst w lie re hufcliooij and wife periah tn.pw snt calamity 4he. huabnod, a the -stronger, urvtved the wiic di--A j EXCURSIOS TRAUIIITA frRCt. , . , ., . . .. i '. I Oa Ma a Killed aad Aaatker frewha)- Mr falail. taar4 ta a IU , ., atoa s..MmmwaLj laA,' rtiieago, Aitgs IS.-Mlmi snasii'i was filled outright anil aniithrr kvas prob ably fntnlly fnjnsed' W a'1-railroad wreck at 1'sminonrt: tad," rarly uo- day. A i jtcagii. A ,re freight trsm 4andiiu n M traokt of th4 utcajfn Wiwierii. . Jstiluin (aUroao -WSs era abed ird Chteago, railroad from ClnclntiaH. ' i""i' Ceorge t'., Faril. iL years' old.' of AJty,' Ky' and employed! br 'ike Ijttrolie. Ptccl.iiu at Mclroae, 111., waa Instnafcjy, kJllajk,,, Mia brotheg, Daniel K. Karri, aged I rnri. wis probably ' VafaTlj 'in Jtrred. r' " ' 1 ivohe-of rhev'rasrtirer''ttn,'tH0k- rarsw IrarB-tw sertotndy 1njvrfij. lbl'ab'a'ltk taeO a Okarsr!.'"" . ' Kansas' City;' Mo'.,' Aug. W. fa- Buries,' k VUckntltV,' coming 'liorse wnrtpevdly'Rumray; ami fmiTrn''.. bert - Hays.' a ' VtarnVr, -ttt -icowinatif with bbi erlfev ahot ksMb 'WtrW w tuVa-l gun. Mrs. Hurlea wilt prnbatay ty cover. - lIayea-Bay die. -Hurle bad pretenilad, IrtJtablaftiMOVrelnraW; to the himae, quietly,,,, Jig , aurpriUl tbe pair and oeliberatelr took aim iy thrm. Tk rtw iot arroi.T -nayto, in tho towct; '.oM'iwe'fi''. fcralirarleo , wtut otrutrk lis th.e o,b4onr'a i at4,tr4yi nboim ttrack her 4a too fiMryarott Mt MdeieaaUii itr.i iuikuki: I dJ ft .1 b "ftatr vafsft JTpmmA aVwoaV. - fMoeaa.i Kr-'e-erTio d. of John MrNMk'Ogv a-M fniad tw k akllt ntr"hcre nOda'Tri Ai Wurita'-roBs' Wtaoori'tiVW'-Jiriio-J slppi ."Sanyacfc'.ftUq a. "sswic Aaaeiiigatt,.wlilxtMOO ia ai oan..ii4-iip u:ili miivS U I -' ' : in1 i' i'a in". 'i!"".i tir.-wl, tstvawM 4ssn.aSa,stTs . . . . . . .1 i "t nt HMi,l-viBH.ifjl av-tlav a here,- rrawlr Boslti;1aknfhte,JBo4 mr la taw f' " ' ' ' ' ' i ' lit :tf to i.t.riAe iU t'dHitf fi;;iAHV V. 4r m specia. train f thef ,J uluj i;.,f.,j ' I- 6RAHI AKMY PROGRAMME. Kaerelmi r.t k Ct.rttl Raraatp meal, at tSaaklaatoa, Oalllwad 'It's fwwlrreaco. t . i IVatiblngioa,, Aug. l7,;At a coni'tr fnce, k'riiluy, at cnramjimcot brail qusrters, prealdrd over by (on. Tor rance, ro'tiiniamler-lti-clilcf of the C A.' tf.; 'the fnllowitig program to of exereisea for the ivu rncuiniwt iu adopted; , ,., , I Hunday .Octolier J- Patriotic .ere Ice in various local cbitrche. "Mrttiday. Ortolwr 0 t Htniflre In Convention hall at :J0 u'nlock in the evening, at which the memlierit nf t fee veteran association, will lie ail'lre4d by apeahers nf national reputation, p. K. Fauoce, cksimuiu of the banl cotn mitlee on rnniptlres, will prr.ide. Tuemlay, Octoln-r T Sa.nl day; pa rade nf special veieraiMt Maoclaiioiw, detaebnient of regular troops, Ui trict militia jtnd various civilian ir fanlration. to be particularly Invited; rsmiraton tn Mnnnt Vernon for tke 0VIral to the enrasnpiurut; public evening meeting of .rlenmr at t on vention 4 hall, si " which rhnlrimin Vi'arrter 'of the Iweol citwen' cotntt teo will estesd the irrciloin of tke city to (ien. Torrnnce and Ilia nu--clatea. "'' ' ' ' ' ' Weilneailay, Oelnlier -t.r.oj rt vipw o( U,, A;. K.by the romuisnder-In-chtrf anu ine president of the t'nji ed Ktates, with afl elnhnrntc reeerittQn 10 the sniag al l utnentlon hall. , Tbursil)', lA-iober 9. and t'riihey, October 10 He.. Ion. a national en-' f'm(imfnt."" "" " '- j . Meetings of miatliary eonriit,ti. mad or and. regitneutul .geunii4 assy to nclicilwlwl mt any lime, tluriajir the encampment, i . CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. t. tMia Slrwt Car . trral.a tk ., tsaai sar "et i m trcaalaa t'aaaalllea. j 'St. ijouiy.' Aug. 1. Twi! ieroks wrr'e 'klllei'j and ten ofhrt- Injured in ttrect car acrlirrhra In R(; 'Louts aftrr tlx oVloek rtnnday rrtvM. j . " A wagnn Orenpled a party of is eeuriimlta who: bail aprnt the dsy Button fnrnt. in tke iarouaty, i tteuck by a J'sg avsouc tjtr lilurk- .tua ami K4ti piiMiiicjt. Hurry hiu received Injuries roiu wh'-'i ' iitd an hour! Inyfr. fcight in King a coni p!iion were lnjireI and u muav more Were baill.r .haken up an re sult of the accident. Charlea llron.oii, a laborer, waa ritn down by an Olive si reef carat the 140 temei ritin ! the Delmnr ami Huhitr lion tracks asl killed, He died while waiting for an ambulance to tuke kiln to the. hospltnl.' ran I FWlcb, white driving In a bug gy, waa atruck by a lbtllcfiuitaiiir cot, thrown from the vehicle and u- tslned o dlblocstetl hip. Aognat llrnch, of Clayton, ws thrown, front a Clayton cur at For syth Junction and seriou.ly injiirtd about the hahd and shotililer. All .OKLAHOMA SERSATION. anw ml m Kaaaaa Man a,j.e ta , Mav Be a Killed Ii.rar4 and (.Ol Kaaad ta He Kmtt. MM.'' ' (iutlii!-, ttkls.; Aug. t. t'r.ite nrat lUsljijJv. a-rUyrt. dtyini fropi ffitinrle', iii vthien" H? A-ttw. n Sl. I.on (Kaa.) mnn, who vv,. r, .rt'l last werfr'ltr'haTr 'Jreeiri killed, w. barled. .was oiwnsd bunU-sy in tlp prenence nf atMiiit flvchundrcd peraoS; and e.l .to lit empty. Fruuds Of Morri. believed that be hnd bciln taiurdereil. and nnpicated the ouilioei tlea to exhume the body. Telrgraiil. Of iuipiiry have ber rvreiie.l fr 'In Morri. wife and from iiiNornncc. nf dcr la Madlsoa of tvlticJt he wa. 11 member. Morri apn-nrml here a wink ago la company with a man who g.itc hia name aa Cox, aud who rvpir Benirti himself to be a loan agent. I hi Monday Cox reported that Mtirria hud benn killed in e runaway. B.-citle-ii. Tbe man piircho.nl a tot ia a couair.v crtnabrrg swar OtbmdW UI bought CofTin, which ha buried with tbe ak tistajtea of a S'ul'trid Hiss. The eoitin Huntley eontaliavd a rake of c welgk tag otmiw two pgd. Kiijeuiy ( had Iteen ft I ird Willi Ice. whru it wta bur ltd., , Jhrj poller bnvc ,eo rlew to the wherebtiu tif either man,iVI;; . , , . ' ' ;-' ' . I Aaetanit trai t. t al Have r.tvn. ia laveatlaale-' Llaeaaaa ' faaa ' ' ' Wires tol t'adet a TaMe. '' Owcnsltoris 1vV,..'Aiii ' fVtrri'. aflirnvla of tlte Ajtnnut F.xnretia (!. who arrived Fuaijo. from ft, Iiitl whivk, Mr. ,I)'jlnrr claim Ut hataJ nipjieti, irunv jancneii, anil Wbith it a alleged wa'. taken irwu the agriit v.fpT'lVM'f ob-Si'la. arrival Uietlv, lira liafnuvn A ,lk TuatMi, Ttrrsraih Co. sent out to lawsuti mm katnrrt)n oa.,to.flrcij,Ariors tbet ,h ond tba.wtrea nt.anae lite bab Luj ike omc:ab tWaneaVld.ji i- 11,. j '' KTJRDIR1E0 ft?R THEIR IR MORE?. , Id! I. Uaa r mt Mr. Jleaata' t 0tf .! L , 4m Umhff mi aiartatl 'aaajaiesl. j' r.-t,u i n ..'i.j-jysi !'!! jtl ,! rv, . I ' Muscatine, la., Aug. ItTkwdoros., posed hoa ai aim. Jaatust Tumaa wta d Ssss-ty eiigat hwadreat rar. awOT front tier aame, aea tetv aad hifr'rnml.',tcwirtm moh.l Womios'.'wia; Toii,d aa "tie JimtJo; Ijal Btwsr,iH'awrd tk" of a deaperata struggle' bavlng' ki- place,. The couplr; are knowp to hat ka4;frowitWr;i.bn,c,)f ' y; y..;, I ,, , Jin ul - ttataa tv ailaa.o'i.y. j . 'i'T)trt" Air:' tr7.tUMi Manvl' fttirT:-rir; TOM 'rtotrjV-Thrra ''street, 1 a strniirrsiar',.w wtarlbg; patch otrr Mi ".JWft rye nd one ear .Is iloiar (in la oort. pi$m tearrtAiert,,,. j a roll ftnurd -w OSnaji botranH.fir,lhit reaoa, proawMt,4iAilM anmr tlsw- anaa..,alis kt.14 lril vk.14 tl war. for Alnn'Il aaSeeaiBted Itt' klra.Un' -'TW'Otlaoit. atttosrU tftmmmM- .m t',,rtkkr'!'liik"i riW4.n1tiiff'" tmmamV- -prlOo fbf'M 'MtmKififytjk mVr jed AJ- aJ-ti-l b.. i '.trf -irij (7:'tti !;.mt! kri k ttiti St. v.ii a C'. -.tjii I k (run tn Ffiriioiville Iti liitiMliifiit i iv, laf-ijiraevaip "t Hie Cy v IT REVIEWED BY KIIK? EDWARD. rkere Were Oa HaaOreO WaraMao la ike Shaw, Dal Our an) fr k. Mean .rilOafcle. j Fort rnon I b, Aug. I7jKinj Hdwarif coTtpiclctJ the pn'graiuiri of the coronation foatlvilir Kalurdry, iy re ticnlng the fleet for the fir.t ,'luio ince hi ticccion. From a .pectac-' ular point of view tb a.emblage of the fleet uf a hmi'lred war vea.el off fplt Head wan a magnificent show, but to thirre oiklng beneath the brilliant veioer of paint ami tolih. It wa cviihtit that the fighting atreti(fih of tlte fleet waa by no mean formiiialde. The lint of hlp. were thickly tint In with Ineffective. Among theae may lie mentioned the lliird clna cruiacr Calliope, of Apia fame, while otliera Include am h ref ica aa the li,ittlrbii. Deve.lalion, Drradnnnglil. Cani. rdown and Kdin burg, w bi II am cla.ed by ome ea ien. a. AIIStlM TKLV DANtiFR Ot S TO TIIKIII CUF.WS. while aomo of the nominally effectlw fighter are .till armed with miujle-loaib'r. It tmtvt lie pointed out, however, that tbe di.plny rcpreaentcil merely the Lome fleet, not tingle veel having lieen wiihdmivn from foreign ato tlnn to participate in tbe pageant. RECEIVElTBYavTsit" EDWARD. Taa mmw IWntna. HatlM. DetVet and fOa ' larrf HeerltMtkrKhwt (.4 war -Oa tk. Karat aefct Xvn'nui. A"K' H. Th' Jbier gencr ala. Ilotliu. De Wri and Dclarcy, who rvschetl here fcatnnluy from Bouth Afririi, left London at half paM nln o'clock tMinilayjiiorniig for Cowe, Ukt of ttlM. to cc Kiug I'.dward no board tfairoyul yacht Vtt-toria and Albert. The" hnnr of their departure from lmlou wa kept rcrrl, coaeUeiilly the atrerla were tie.crtcd when tbe three general., a niipanled by their secretaries, but by none of tbe Indie of (heir party, .ttirted for Cowe. They were atylh-hly uttired in frock (uala anil ailk lint. t'iMin urrivm at Siitithanipton the lloer general, were welcomed nn bnanl tli'votuniaiidcr-in-chirr yacht ll'".-." ;..nl Uolicrt and lieu. i..oil Kiiel t i.vr. They Immediately vi.iteil l i 1 - Kihi:ird on board tne Victoria nn.l !lert. and were then lki ii for a trip uroiiud the fleet in the Wildiire. They returned to Lon don '''Miduv evi tilng. uccompnnled by I'nrl lioli. rl- ami (m-ii. Iird Kllchen er, who look tree of the llmra at Wnleil.to atuiioti. In an interview with a reprcaeiita tlve of the pre. (ien. Ilotha'a act re tary ilecril-d the visit to his msjra ty. Hi- Mini that when tbe lloer gen vrulx bourdrd tbe ro)al yacht King Kdwiird conic forward, and, after tbey had been Introduced, sheik hand with each of Ibera. The lloera wwrw highly ;ili.l-rd wilii their reception. After a brief ami Informal talk of a nun-political chnraittrr with King Ed ward, tliey wen- ii inul'iceil t" yuccn Ai'-vaiidt j un.l r.ii'.cc-s icloriu. To Atlre t.ra. Wejer'a K'tk-ial. r.rit.-eK. Am,-. 1. Ill" Ikirr gen-i-i it t .. I if tVel. Di l.ircy anil Iltitha. nrc expected to pvaih here next Titrwlny for the funeral , it t.en. I.ucaa Meyer. laioi'iuoiia crovvila viewed the em balmed I'odv of I.ucaa Meyrr Sunday. The remain will Im taken to South Africa. Amtttig the many wreath aval for the funeriil nt lien. Meyer werit one from former Preaulciit Kru I'er of the Tran-nanl nml .loaepb f luinilx-rluln. the llrlli.h rol'inlal ec tutary. The wreath aent l,y .Mr. t liiiii.berl.-iiii wan colnpoacd of fplcue did ia-t hid-. Till: fell til OK I'BVItSIA. aliiaar-r-llla Aretre al Uarrr fram 111 llr.l Sra TH. t oinlon. Aug. I".- Miiffar-ed Diii, flmlt of IYiiu, arrived at Ibiver at ma Hyni.ay oa board the aleanier Kiiipri.., from t'uluia. At the ahab' reiucHl the I'mpreai, tiiude the trip river nt uliivv Hieed. The .tenmcr waa escorted by the Ilri'i.b rruiat'i toilutca aad Imnicr tiilite. nml wu greeted by salutes from the batterie at Dover and an inipoaing niilitary ill. play. The Khali la atiiil tc have exhibited frcst iicrvou.ne, upon embarkina on tbe Kmpr. at Calais for his flmt Mia. trip.: lint he bore the journey well, and wbru 1'rincc Arthur of tin-naii,-bt lioarded the Kniirr. and) greeteil btm the shnh smiled and cow leiwrd with animation through an In tcrpri tcr. The ahub aud I'riuc Ar thur walked together through the Cheerlnjr oroWda at Hover to the Lord U'anlra hotel, where MuAiffar-rV-IlB spent. the niht- ! : KatOhaUe Ileal I treat Mia a-B. Ijindon, Aug. I. A letter from Sfii Cl'tidya Deacon, daughter of Mra. rtflwWrd I'arfcei1 fleaenn, apwesrr in 1 tut Ittmdoo paper Monday morning, in vvUle! the writer ak the iaier empliatically lo cMilradfct the rumor of an alleged If trr.Uinl betsvreo her self and CrcrnHKriuc Frederick Wlll Uvai, -of t.eriunor. 1 I I '"-Stat, alter a "autd aaa. ' Oorticll, Okla., Aug. is, A mob of nrycn Biro took Lctl lit-ed and llml Wingo, outlnwa capliin-d recently la a mid' on" tfie 'CsKey-Crarena gang, frnrn the county jttlt here lata Haliir dy night; and , truug them., up . to terra lo force them to reveal tho Whet-en bouts of their traders anil to git :arrfociiation , regarding ! their urimrs. ,.Th notlaws anally fare tho desired Information and tbe mob rw tttrhed ttiem to JhII, dlaappearlng p pannttiy to rus diwra the gaag. - lat-ed WM so bUy slrpngled that h wa revived with diBlciiliv - .i.).....-:..., . . . .11.. A ;. I..,, env Kcw'Tork. Ai'g. 17, Anthracite at fit) "ton 'la'ln itntsfwct hero arerd. ' hug t ' . 4 ssatiof mlawra ood.ittral. tr.7kls. Is, of, cttirtM,,eoutlirigrnl. mm a continuation of th strike lor a few tttiifr." i'f "1;1'" v"'''" .a , KJatker VtaOa Her neaai Saa ataatsv, 'wTgnoV0kt.;1'Aitg."1S.t'Tbei (!e4 bod at, Frank liatWiM, who. eain - kt;re rseolly .Jtcons IDinof, baa bew found on the prairie sear Log, oy 'the'iWrttW' ttiolher: Th aoa0'it ' ! death -ui-at known, j-j ---.,.1 ..-i"; ,w vn,.iijitti . fi.i'.rf i;.,u .i-;ni.f k-:-.,:. ,. J i0taiiiiji.ii ja tit Mi in 01 ay.