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DYSPEPSIA REMEDY THAT CURES
If Ki-o-na Does Net Cure the Red Cross Pharmacy Will Feturn Your Honey. Among all the remedies in the Ked Cross Pharmacy, the iojiilar drug store, there are few that they are williini to sell on a guarantee to refund the money if they do not cure. .Mio-iia, the famous dyspepsia remedy, has made so many cures anions; their customers that Mr. Iiickert says: " If tnis remedy does not cure you. come back to our store ami we will cheerfully return your money." Anyone who has dyspepsia, indigestion, headaches, dizzy feelings, or liver troubles, should take advantage of this chance to be made well without any risk of spending their money to no purpose. Mi-o-na will cure; will regulate the digestion; will enable am one to eat w hat he wants. If it does not do all this, the medicine will not cost you a cent. The lied Cross Pharmacy has sold hun dreds of boxes of Mio-n-a in the last few weeks and has yet to receive the first com plaint from any customer. Sueh a record is simply marvelous and speaks volumes for the merit of the remedy. It is easy enough to till a column with the symptoms afflicting those who have dyspepsia, but there is no need of describ ing their condition. What they want is a cure. And they have It in Mi-o-na. Do not suffer a day longer with disor dered digestion. If Mi-o-na cures you it costs fiOc a box", and if it does not, you have the Bed Cross Pharmacy's personal guaarantee to return your money. A. W. MACHIN IS ARRESTED Climax, in the Postal Investigation- Superintendent of FreeDelivery Charged With Bribery. XfiDSLEY'S mysteey. Theory That Murderer n a Clnb 111 nn Itincrcdlted. Irvlngtou, X. Y Mny 2.S. The Iden tity of the man who shot mid killed John Jloffernan near the Ardsley club house on Sunday ni jlit continues to be a mystery which bullies the local au thorities. After the inquest here a statement was circulated that Dr. liob ert iK-nnlston told the coroner that when lie was dying IleiTcnian told Id in thnt he recognized the man who snot Liin and knew him to be one of the members of the Ardsley club. Dr. Denniston said later: "That statement is a lie. I was with Ileft'ernan when lie was dying iu the Dobhs l-'prry hospital. lie was con scious ami perfectly rational. ' I asked him if he could describe ids assailant, nnd ho said: 'The man was well dress ed, but he did not look like a man who was accustomed to good clothes. He did not look like a gentleman.' I have not the slightest Idea who lie could be. I think ho mistook me for one of the Ardsley club members nnd tackled me for lite- purpose of robbing me. When he told me to throw up my hands 1 1 grappled with him nnd he shot Il)e., " TIGHT AT MINES. Washington, May 2S.-A. "W. Maehen, superintendent of the free delivery service-, who was relieved from duty some time Ago, ha" been arrested at the instigation of the post cilice de partment charged, with receiving bribes from contractors. These bribes are supposed to aggregate ?20,000. Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Bristow has issued the following state ment: "Mr. A. W. Machcn, general super intendent free delivery system, has been arrested. lie is charged with re ceiving bribes amounting in nil to about $22.(XiO In connection with a eon tract held by Grolf Pros, of Washing ton, for a patent fastener used on street letter boxes, known as the Groff fastener. The post office department in the past ten years has used about $100,000 worth of these fasteners, and it Is shown by ample evidence that for the past three years at least Mr, Machen has been receiving 40 per cent of the amounts paid to the Groffs. The transaction of the business was conducted by Diller B. Groff, who con trols the patent of his brother, Samuel M., a policeman." The arrest of Mr. Machcn was the concluding act of a a examination of him which was conducted for three hours by Fourth Assistant l'ostmaster General Bristow, Inspector Fosnes, who relieved Mr. Machen as chief of the free delivery system, and i'ost Of fice Inspector Myer, At the conclusion of the examination Deputy United States Marshal Springraan was called Into General Bristow's oflice and made i the arrest. TOUE DEAD III riEE. In Fatal Illiixe of lai'f nilinry Orlftf evr Tk urk Ylut. New York, May 2-V Three children perished with their mother In a lire in a five story apartment house at 300 West One Hundred and ' Thirty-fifth street, and the father and a fourth child and another tenant were serious ly burned. The fire was started by an incen diary, and the police are searching for a man who, with his hands covered with oil, was seen running from the place Immediately after the Are started. Fire Marshal Freel found stairways as far up as the third floor soaked with kerosene oil. It appeared as if the in cendiary had been at work In the house for a long time before-he was discov ered by Johnson. That more persons were not burned in the Are is attributed to the action of a rnotorman on an elevated train who saw the smoke and blew the compress ed air whistle. The screeching of the whistle aroused the whole neighbor hood. Captain Martens said that the fire was believed to have been started by a tenant of the house who had been evict ed. He also said there had been many brawls among the tenants In the block. THE TAYLOE TEIAL and a One Hundred Shot Klred Uunrd Killed. Thurmond, W. Va., May 2S.The first serious outbreak since the late strike order was issued lias occurred at the Big Q mines on Laurel creek not far from here. For several days the strikers at that point have been mak ing an effort to induce the nonunion men to join their ranks. The strikers began marching in a Itody toward the mines. The guards on duty, half a dozen iu number, at sight of the march ing body opened fire. The strikers quickly returned the fire, but as they were yet at long range the shooting was not effective, and only one person, Marshall Brown, a guard, was killed in the battle. Sev eral received minor injuries. Brown was shot through the stomach, the bul let being from a Winchester, and he .lived but a short time. More than luC shots were fired before the strikers re treated. More trouble is anticipated. To Succeed O. V. Miller. Washington, May 28. Edwin W. Lawrence of Rutland, Vt., bus been appointed assistant attorney in the of lice of the assistant attorney general for the post oflice department to suc ceed Daniel V. Miller, recently re moved. Mr. Ijiwrence is a member ot the Vermont liar. The investigation ot affairs in the assistant attorney gen eral's oltice continues, but there are no further developments. The Iliiltfni-lii Safe. Now York, -May 28. The agents ol the Hamburg-American line in this city have received a dispatch from Halifax, N. S., saying the steamer Bul garia has arrived. All were well od board. She carried 2,000 immigrants. The Bulgaria left Hamburg on May Vi and Boulogne on the 15th for Balti more and was spoken on May 20, lat itude 41.10, longitude 30,r..'t, by the steamer Mirmetonka, which arrived here May 25. She signaled she was not under command, but did not re quire any assistance. Defendant's I)anffliter Dencrinea the . Alleged Murder. Monticello, N. Y., May 2S.-At the opening of the trial of Mrs. Taylor, charged with killing her husband, the prisoner appeared fresh and in good spirits. District Attorney Anderson continued the examination of Ida May Dekay, The door which separated the kitchen from the bedroom in the Tay lor house was brought into court and Ida described minutely bow her mother had stood in the doorway and deliber ately bred at Taylor and bow she had afterward cut up and disposed of the body. Ex-District Attorney W. W. Smith, senior attorney for the defense, put the witness through, a rigid and thorough cross examination, but was not able to confuse her or break down her story. Mrs. Taylor keeps her eyes fixed upon the girl, a ml no sentence spoken by her escapes her. TWENTY LOST AT SEA. The Cotton Market. New York. May 28. The volume of speculation in the cotton market, was small. The overnight developments were conflicting. Liverpool at the time of the local opening was about as expected on the old crop, but higher than duo on the new crop. The mar ket here opened 2 points lower on the near months nnd unchanged to 4 points higher on the late positions, the greatest loss being recorded iu August, which sold at 10.70 on the call. Following the call the market ruled quiet, but after declining 3 to A points further on the near position! was about steady. - 4. fv , Ki.-,iJ oi hi voir i team" lliADt Nam -- Grant Trnlnmen'n Demand. Denver, May 28. Grand Master Mor rissey of the Brotherhood of Baiiway Trainmen, which is in national con vention here, has received a telegram from Milwaukee to the effect that the Wisconsin railroad system had grant ed the demand of its trainmen for au increase of wages. Conferences con corning this have been in progress fot more than three weeks. The demand was for an increase of 15 per cent foi the freight men ami 12 per cent foi the passenger men. Political C'rlMiM In (annila, Victoria, B. C. May 28.-British Co lumbia is on the eve of a political crisis, presumably resulting from the- Investigation into the circumstances surrounding the Columbia and westeri land grants. It is said that I). M Ebarts, attorney general, and W. C Wells, commissioner of lands and works, have resigned, or are on the point of resigning. It is generally be lieved that dissolution and general elec tion will follow. Kteninshli. Huddemneld Sank In Col lixion. London, May 28. The British steam ship Huddersfield, which left Antwerp at a o clock for Grimsby, collided with the Norwegian steamship Uto, from Ito.tterdam, near Sdeftingcn. The Huddersfield foundered. The passengers, numbering about twenty, were drowned. They were mostly former seamen who were returning to England to draw their pay; It is believed they were crushed in the collision by the Uto's bows. n Jim Dumps' grandchild, sly little elf, Cried, "Grandpa, on the lowest shelf Please put the food I like the best, So I caa reach It with the rest. I just love 'Force,'" she said to him. "'Force' you shall have," said "Sunny Jim. f in sS MSB 7i Tlie IteaUy-to-Scrvii Cereal liKed aliHe by young and old. Sho Likes It. ' "I am a little plrl seven years old. We rise 'Force' for breakfast and like it. , Jessie Maoakbt Richardson," Ml i SWEPT BY CYCLONES. Iowa anil Missouri Towns Devastated and. Many Persons Dead, ONE ST0EM AFTER ANOTHER Latest Visitation "Wreck .11 Isaonrl Yillntte of Elmo-I'revlon Tor nado Wiped Ilotnu, la., Ott the Map. mm if ft Si Pi medication fr different arid i immeasurably superior to talcum puwder and lotions for all I SHIN SORENESS, lit liinq. Chafing, Scakiimj, Sunburn, 3 el tie Rash, Burns, Pimples, Wounds. I After Shaving, Tender Feet, Offensive liody Odors, and Bed Sores. A Perfectly Ideal Baby Powder. Al Oruo Stora, c. JLnrQt trial pka. free. ComtortPnwitRreo.. HnrtfAM , , v.. -v': ICR LE 1SY Ricked & Wclb, W.'Ji. GhidmS, L A. Drown. I -v-lt nt Helena. IToleim. Mont.," May 28. l'rositloni Roosevelt' special train nrrived hen over the Northern racific at 8::i0 a. m An immense crowd was at the statior. to proet the president. After an in formal reception at the station I'resi dent Roosevelt and Secretary Loeb, ae companled by Governor Toole one Mayor Edwards, entered carriages ant! the parade moved to the eapitol, .when the 'president made a thirty minutes address. Trolley Car Held I . Portland, Ore., May 2H.-An electric car on the Oregon City line lias been held up by three masked men at Mid way station. B. r.oynton, assistant superintendent of the company, waf robbed of a gold watch nnd $20. The robbers secured .$oo in cash from the passengers.' Kin Victor's Visit to l'ai ls. Taris, May 28. Official arrangements have been concluded for a visit of Kins Victor Emmanuel of Italy to Tavls on July S or 7, The question, concerning the date is due to the uncertainty as tc Whether the king will go to London be fore coming to Paris. Elaborate fes tivities will be arranged here in his majesty's honor. lrlxh luduntrlex at St. Louis.' London, May 28. The Irish depart ment of agriculture has decided to or ganize a special exhibit of Irish indus tries for the s;t. Louis exposition. The secretary for Ireland, Mr. AVyndhnm in making this announcement in the house of commons, said the depart mont had been informed that if it undertook the organization of an ex Libit a special pavilion would be pro vided from American sources. The de partment was now in correspondence on the subject with the royal commis sion, whose co-operation iir the proj ect had been secured. SiMiuiKh War Veteran. Washington, May 28 Colonel M. T Trell, commander in chief of the Span lsh AVar Veterans, has announced that the national .'encampment of the or ganization this year will be held in New Haven, Conn. The dates of the encampment have not been fixed defi nitely, but they probably will be Sept. 28-30. It is expected that President Roosevelt will attend the encampment. When Fagged Out From the Heat. Refresh Your Whole System With a Sip of Quinona. CI. D. 01B80N MACK, 110 Treniont St., Boston, says of Blanchard, la., May 2S.-A most de structive and fatal tornado struck the town of Elmo, Mo., eight miles south of Blanchard and just across the Mis souri state line. Nine persons were killed outright and five were injured. some of whom may die. The storm caila from the northeast and first struck the Wabash depot. The Masonic temple next was demol ished. On the lower floor of the tem ple was a general merchandise store, in which were several citizens. The building was torn .to pieces beforo any warning was received, and tlie victims were buried beneath tlie wreckage. Of the fourteen persona in the store only five escaped death, and three re ceived injuries which in two or three cases may prove fatal. Tlie storm passed on through the town, leaving but a few buildings standing. A relief party at once began the rescue of those in the ruins of the temple, and nine bodies were removed to an improvised morgue. Five others were taken out, some with broken legs and arms and in each case serious if not fatal in juries. Tlie storm came on with great sud denness and almost destroyed tlie town before the people realized what had happened. After leaving Elmo it con tinued into, the country in a south west direction, and it is feared more fatalities have occurred. Several dwelf- mgs are known to have Mown to pieces, but the fate of their occupants is unknown. A deluge of rain added to the misfortune of the stricken peo ple. Village of Itotnit I)-M r j ert. When wire communication with in terior towns was opened up it became apparent that the tornado in Iowa caused far greater loss than was at first reported. A report from Rotna, in Shelby county, received by way of Audubon, says that tlie town of Rotna was completely demolished nnd many of the farmhouses near that place were wrecked. At Rotna a large church and the Owat Western depot are among the buildings known to have been wrecked. No definite news of casualties from there had been re ceived. At Creston ten dwellings were blown off their foundations and Mrs S. E. Troop and her daughter were in jured in the wreckage of their home. Ten miles north" of Gray, Audubon county, two children are reported killed in tlie wreckage of a farmhouse and five others injured seriously. All were occupants of one house. MAEGEL EENAULT DEAD. Succumb to Injtirii-- Ileeelved In Automobile llace. roi tiers, France, May 28. Marcel Renault, the well known racer and maker of automobiles, who was over turned in a deep ditch near Couhe Verac, twenty-one miles from here, during the first stage of the Paris Madrid race" started Sunday morning, died at Couhe Verac from tlie effect of the Injuries which he sustained. Renault never recovered full con sciousness from the timo Maurice Far man found him stretched out beside the track. He did not recognize his aged mother, who had been nt Lis bed side constantly since Tuesday night. Ether and caffein were frequently administered hypodermieally to alle viate the patient's suffering. He also was given a slight draft of champagne. His liead was constantly incased in Ice. Henry Jeannof, M. Renault's machin ist, who is suffering from a broken shoulder, has been removed in an am bulance to his home, his mother ac companying him. LOVEMAKING LESSONS. Novel Course In the University f Michigan. ELY CUPID'S TEICIS TAUGHT. two oificees aeeested. Professor Trneblootl, to Stimulate Interest Among: Student With. Spring Ferer, Circa Instruction on How to Propose Kneels Ilcfore Coeds and Plead In Impassioned Tones For Their Hands. The University of Michigan has add ed a new course to its curriculum, one that may best be styled a course in love making, says a special dispatch from Ann Arbor, Mich., to the Chicago Tribune. Professor Truehlood .is the inventor of tlie novel scheme, and his course, which has been hitherto shuu ued as one of the toughest at the uni versity, now seems likely to lieeome the most popular study on the cam pus. Ever since the spring vacation ex pired Professor Trueblood has been trying different methods of exciting in terest in his class in order to reduce the ranks of the absentees from classes who had spring fever. A few days ago he hit upon the successful plan, ami now the many visitors who attend his Russian Lieutenants Intended to Kill II 1Kb. Personage. Berlin, May 28. The Lokal Anzeiger prints a dispatch from St. Petersburg announcing that the arrest of two of ficers of the artillerv of the minnl Lieutenants Grigorieff and Molostvov, elassc"' are the spectators of thrilling iiaa caused a painful sensation in mil- " ' "" l iItJ Ulms a "ay roresii itary circles. The arrests were the re-. or Trueblood is forced to kneel before suit of the seizure of correspondence Somo U)ai(lf'l ami show his pupils the of the most compromising, revolution- rl''lt Wa' to l!wlne their devotion to ary character. im'ir sweeniearts Lieutenant Grigorieff told the exam ining judge, that he had decided to shoot the procurator of the holy synod, I'odjedonoszef. tlie day of the burial of M. Sipiagtiine, the minister of the interior, who was shot and killed In April, liXC, but when lie saw the fee ble old man he changed his mind. . Lieutenant Molostvov also admitted he had intended to kill a high person age. The examinations of prisoners have been conducted with rigor in order to uncover suspected plots. - Mr. McC'oriuick Indicted. Memphis, Term., May US. The grand jury has returned an Indictment against Mrs. Lizzie McCormick, charging mur der in the first degree. Mrs. McCor mick is charged with sending a bottle of poisoned whisky to a woman in Cincinnati, which caused tlie death of an express agent who drank the whis ky while it was in transit. 'I t.Hik a lMttk of rjninona and - ;?Ju,TTlM, "'f 'Wui i. when 1 wan. exhausted from 'tlie l,,t f ill.- ilny or overwork. 1 know tlmt tins compound is my pheet anchor." Quinona will give you the strength necessary to feel "right" all summer. Your druggist sells it. THE QIINONA CO., BOSTON', MASS. Closlnx Snloon at Bremerton. Seattle, Wash., May 28. The people of Bremerton have taken steps to com ply fully with all requirements of the government regarding the closing of saloons. In a written communication to the commandant of the Bremerton navy yard Mayor Croxtou has notified that official that the council lias passed resolutions which will not only result in the removal of every saloon within the near future, but which places tlie council on record as pledged against the issuance of any more saloon li censes Five Indicted For "l'eonne." Montgomery, Ala., May 28. The fed eral grand jury now in session here has returned five additional indict ments charging "peonage." The names of those indicted are withheld pending arrest. Government officials refuse to discuss the cases, but it is intimated that persons charged with this offense will be rigorously prosecuted. Many negroes have been summoned to Mont gomery to testify before the grand jury. Exiled Hm n Inn Chief. Constantinople, May 2S.-Fortv-sev en Albanian chiefs who have been ex lied to Asia Minor have passed through Ihe Bosporus on board a transport bound for a Black sea port. The Ser vian legation has notified the porto that the situation in Old Servia is com pelling families to seek refuge in Ser via. Porto Itlco Collector Accused. ssan Juan, Porto Kieo, May 28. As a result of the visit here of Customs In spector Leslie M. Culloui, charges have been filed at Washington against Col lector Cruzen, alleging irregularities in the conduct of the San Juan oflice. Prominent Mmioractnrer Ifeud. Uochester, N. Y., May 2& Harley J. Howe, known throughout the country as a scale manufacturer, has died from rheumatism of the heart. He was six ty-nine years of age. Hay State Uan Kecelver. Philadelphia, May 2S.-Judge Dallas has announced tlie appointment of George W. Pepper of Philadelphia as receiver of the Bay State Gas com pany. . " A Postmaster Appointed. Washington, May 28.-J. W. Fagon has been appointed fourth class post master at Little lladdam, Conn. Killed liy Small Playmate. Pin infield, X. ,T., May 28. Theresa AVatson, the ten-yenr-old girl who wat shot with a Flobert rifle by William James, also ten years old, on Saturday last, has cited froin the effects of the wound.. I "Put more life Into your plea," -Le nnys, "v ny, you don't show a trace of passion.' Then the awe ' inspired student watches his professor show how ho used to do It, and then pets down again to rave and entreat the subject to be his alone. L'ach budding orator takes Lis place before a blushing maid, and no matter how smoothly the pair may have progressed in private the profess or finds some fault with the public demonstration. "No, kneel on both" kneos-rnow hold her hand, it impresses her more so," and the old professor again kneels ami goes through it all ove again. First steps up the bashful student who simpers, blushes and stammers, while he talks. . "Please, miss," he will say, "I love you dearly. Will you marry me?" For it is ten to one that he has enjoyed himself so much laughing at Ids pred ecessors that he has failed to observe even what Professor .Trueblood con quers tne proper form. "Oh, my," the professor breaks out, 'the little you know about this busi ness is astonishing! "Now, you wouldn't accept him if he couldn't do better than that, would ou, Miss ? "Look, now. I'm tired of your not paying closer attention. Get on your knees gracefully; like this, you "P-cnch over and grasp her hand wifli both of yours-both, mind-then Make your proposal, but make it as 'a wna, not as if you didn't half tiean It. 'liaise your voice. "Speak with passion. "If your subject doesn't suit, I will give you another. "I did think men ought to be taught to propose, but I didn't know tliey were nil as ignorant as you seem to be." Again the poor professor to to get down on his soro knees and pour out another plea for the maiden's hand. Then, at the end of the hour, the class passes out, only to make room for more or the orators, who must be shown. I rofessor Trueblood thinks he has to. do more than his share of the work, but in spite of that he think he will be well repaid if he is the road to success for inn nf i,ta pupils. , I don't think it is fair for Mm tn make the boys in the class do all the work, said one Student. "I xrlsb. bo would make the girls try it once in awhile." Professor Trueblood addresses few remarks of correction tn i, their parts. He says he feally doesn't know me best way for them to do. They must learn by the experience ho '8 tlvinc them.