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VAN WORRIERS Preparations Uein Made 1'or Execu tion of the Three Brothers, OLDEST IS TO DIE FIRST. Counsel For the Condemned YonnR Men Urn tilven I All Hope. Stepmother to I'ny I ht m j a Final Visit. Platts-burg, N. Y.. Sept. 2-$. Prepara tions foil the execution of the ibret . Van Wormer brothers at Clinton pris on. Danneiiiora, on Thursday, Oct. 1. are under way. It is now the intention of 'Warden Deyo to have Willis, the oldest of the trio, go to the chair first, as It is believed tUat the two younger brothers have the most nerve and will be less likely to collapse under the strain of waiting for their turu to come. The hour set for the witnesses and physicians to' assemble is 11:13 a. u., and the hour of execution is stilted as noon, but it is probable that the first of the trio will be brought to the chair nt H.-ki a. in., and it Is believed that the three can be put to death In ten or fifteen minutes from the time the first one enters the death chamber. lr. Spitzka, the bruin specialist of New York who performed the autopsy on the body of Czolgosz, the murderer of President McKinley, will perform the autopsy on the bodies of the three brothers, and several other physicians and surgeons, of state and national reputation will be present. All Hope Abandoned. Jud.ge .1. liydcr Cady, counsel for the Van Wormer boys, promised them when he saw tlieia last that when he knew beyond all doubt that there was no further 1ioim for them he would write them t, that effect. Judge t.'ndy wrote a letter a few days ago, stating that there in now no further hope for them and sent It to Warden Deyo, asking the warden to read it to them if he thought best. Warden Deyo took the letter into the death house and handed it to Wil lis, who calmly read it through. Ward en Deyo then asked Willis if there was any answer to be sent to Judge Cady. Willis replied: "Wait until the other boys have read it." Fred and Burton then read the letter, and Burton spoke up, saying, "I'll an swer the judge." lie has accordingly written a letter to Judge Cady, presumably thanking him for his efforts made in their be half. Stepmother of Hoys to Visit Ihetn. Albany, N. Y. Sept. 2S. Mrs. Van Wormer, the devoted stepmother of the three brothers who are to die in the electric chair at Clinton prison on Thursday for the "murder of their un cle, Peter A. Ilallonbeek, will see the condemned young men on Monday or Tuesday. She must see them not later than Wednesday morning, as no rela tive will be allowed to see them with in twenty-four hours of their execution. Stie lias not Been them since they were taken to prison from the Hudson jail. Notice has been received here that .the execution will take place on Thursday at noon. Daring; Jail llr-n k nt l'enn Van, N. Y. Klmira, N. Y., Sept. 2H. A daring jail break occurred at Peun Yon, N. Y., where since last June the county jail 4mil held a prisoner styled John lioe, arrested for burglary. The sheriff went to look for him iu his cell und failed to see the man, who stood back In a dark corner. To make sure that he was safe the sheriff entered the cell, when the prisoner suddenly slipped out, locked the sheriff in and made his escape. Aiinrclill A ra iii Active, London, Sept. 28. A special dispatch from Genoa says the police there have arrested an anarchist nSned Barteloni, who is accused of complicity in a plot to kill King Alfonso. A rumor Is cur rent in the inner circles of foreign an archists in London that a plot has been formed to nssnssiuate. the sultan i.f Turkey. Snsoected of Attaekliiit President. Oyster Hay, X. Yi, Sept 2S. This village was badly startled by a report that two Italians had been arrested in connection with a plot to assassinate President Uoosevelt. Upon Investiga tion It was found that the story rested upon no surer foundation than the ar rest of two Italians for shooting rob ins. ' Jlail to tuba (hen per, Washington. Sept. 2S. First Assist ant Postmaster General Wynne has is sued on order putting into effect on Oct. 9 the terms of the new postal treaty between the United States and Cuba. The treaty provides for the transfer of run lis from one country to the other at domestic rates. itiirKlnm tet Much I'lniuler. Ogdensburg, . Y., Sept. 28. Cana dian oiiicers are here looking for five burglars who entered Hooley's jewelry store at Frankfort, Out., taking over $3,000 worth of stock. The burglars escaped to this side of the river with their plunder. !S'ew York Judge Appointed. Albany, N. Y., Sept. 28. Governor Odell has designated Judge Edwin A. Nash of Avon, Livingston county, to be a justice of the appellate division, Fourth department, vice William II. Adams, who ban resigned on account Of sickness. USE HAUL MADS leader of Daittrom Counterfeit Hunt! Caught In Mlililcau. Marinette, Wis., Sept. 2. -Officers Slave confiscated one of the largest and iiot complete counterfeit money mak ing outfit.- ever taken in the country near Koss, Mich., on the Wisconsin tud Michigan railway. They have also captured the leader and have taken him to Marquette, Mich., for trial in the United States court The den of the counterfeiters was a sma'l stmnry on an isolated, road two miles from Koss. Their outfit was a complete one ind consisted of dies for the manufac ture of silver from 10 cents up to a Sol la r and gold from $3 to $20. The oiiicers regard it at a most im portant capture. The gang, posing as trappers, have for several years been hipping the counterfeit marked "iron" to ail parts of the country. It was ont out from Stephenson, Mich. Fur ther investigation, it is thought, will reveal a complete system for distribut ing the bogus money throughout the jountry. The coin was well made and hard to detect, both silver and gold Doing used in the composition. PANIC AT CONEY ISLAND, Eseaned Lion Furnishes Ileal S.-n,k-tion to the Resort.. New York, Sept. 28. Thousands of visitors to Coney Island were thrown into a panic by the escape from an amusement park of a Hon, which ran through the crowded streets, pursued by police and nnlmal trainers until he tvas driven into a corner and secured. The lion on being brought out of his Dage to go through a ring performance (vith an elephant suddenly became en raged and, leaping on the elephant's back, buried his teeth and claws in the big brute's shoulder. Trumpeting loud ly, the elephant rushed round the ring and finally succeeded in gripping the lion with his trunk, tore him from his hold and hurled hira into a lagoon near by. Py this time the terrified audience had fled and had communicated the panic to the crowds in the street. The lion scrambled half drowned out of the lagoon and leaped through a win Sow into a barroom and thencitto the street. When recaptured the lion ap peared to be weary and was probably more frightened than any of his pur suers. Torpedo Routs Oft on Lon( Trip. Washington, Sept. 2.S. Orders have been issued detaching the first torpedo boat flotilla from the north Atlantic licet that it may prepare to proceed to the Asiatic station via the Suez canal. This flotilla is In command of Lieuten ant Lloyd II. Chandler and comprises the torpedo boat destroyers Decatur, Parry, P.ainbrldge, Chauneoy and Hale. They will fit out at Norfolk for their voyage nnd will go under convoy of the Hul Union. The trip of the de stroyers is the longest ever attempted by an American vessel of this type. They will be permanently attached to the Asiatic station. Murder Mter- In Xpw York.. New York, Sept. 28. The police are confronted with a mystery in the mur derous assault on Frederick Adrian Verdue, an employee of a private de tective agency. Verdue died In Itoose vent hospital from a fracture or the skull. Verdue was at one time em ployed by the Holland Submarine P.oat company as consulting engineer', lie had also done some newspaper work in this city and for a time was. a clerk in the Brooklyn navy yard. He is said to have been a graduate of An napolis academy, " Mew Karal Appointments. Washington, Sept. 28. Secretary Moody is expected to announce shortly the appointment of Commander Wil liam J. Iiaruette of the general board to succeed Captain W. S. Cow'tes as assistant eMof of the bureau of navi gation. Captain Cowles is to command the battleship Missouri, now Hearing completion at Newport News. The Missouri will not be commissioned un til January. Crave Charges Ag-alnst n Prearher. Los Angeles, Cab, Sept. 2S. Itev. C. D. Whalen, a Baptist preacher who has been occupying various pulpits in this city from time to time for six months, has been lodged in jail on a charge of having deserted his wife and four chil dren and haviug eloped with Mrs. Jen nie II. Clark, member of a Phittsburg (N. Y.) church over which he formerly presided. Home Canses Tvru Deaths. Geneva, N. Y., Sept 28. Jackson Van Tassel and Frank Lord have been killed nt the crossing of the New York Central here. The horse they were driving either became unmanageable or they attempted to cross ahead of the train. Both men had their necks broken and skulls fractured. Greenville, S. C, Visited by Fire. Charlotte, N. C, Sept 28. Fire at Greenville, S. C, has totally destroyed the Brewer Printing company and the Dally Herald and also damaged the Edward furniture house. The entire loss is estimated nt $50,000, partially covered by insurance. Odd Fellows' Xert Meetlnst. Baltimore, Sept. 28. The sovereign grand lodge of Odd Fellows, which has been in session here for a week, has adjourned sine die to meet in San Francisco next year. ltlti Speed on Germnn Railroad. Berlin, Sept. 28. A high speed trial over the Zosscn experimental electric railroad lias resulted In attaiuing a peed at the rate of over 117 miles per hour. The Weather. Fair; cooler: fresh to brisk south rest to northwest winds. The Grocer's Friend. Is he ydur friend o r his own? He is neither if he oilers 1 you poor flour. lie r is both if he sells you Pillsbury's Best Flour. the mauson mukdes. . "lone Senri'h Made For l'erpetrntoe of Fiendish Outrage, Washington, Pa., Sept. 28. Francis and Hutdin, who are under arrest, sus pected of the fiendish murder with dy namite of Contractor Ferguson, are not, it is believed, the guilty princi pals, . but evidence has been secured which tends to implicate them with the crime. The prevailing opinion seems to bo that, they were used as tools by the real perpetrators. Their stories of the .manner in which they spent the day of the murder has been proved to be incorrect in several points and until they can prove an absolute alibi will be held by the authorities as at least under suspicion. What amounts to martial law has been declared at Camp Ferguson bj' General Manager Norton, Sheriff Ca rothers and the county commissioners, and a strict watch Is being kept over the 175 workmen because of the belief that the leader of the plot may not have escaped. As an incentive tor the capture of the guilty ones the Fergu son Construction company has offered a reward of $1,000. To this the county commissioners have added another $1, 000, and an additional $."00 is being raised by individual subscription. Mr. Norton, in company with the sheriff and a number of detectives, has made a minute inspection' of the scene of the tragedy, nnd many of the foreigners in camp have been closely questioned as to their knowledge of explosives. The conclusion bus been reached by the ofueers that the route taken by the robbers with the money was iu.the di rection of the Pan Handle railroad, and all towns through which they might rass are on the keen outlook for suspicious looking persons. The only description of the man who was seen by Farmer Ligget carrying the satchel away from the spot where the mine was exploded is meager. It Is as fol lows: White man about twenty-five years of age, 5 feet 0 Inches tall, weight about 140 to 1 15 pounds, fairly well dressed, wore soft black hat, dark coat and light trousers. This descrip tion has been sent out broadcast. Bookkeeper Martin is resting more comfortably, and the physicians at the Washington hospital say his condition is favorable. ; . WAYEILLED "ONE MAN." Prisoner Sent by Express From Se braska to Massachusetts. Boston, Sept. 28. The distinction of being the first prisoner ever sent by express and half way across the conti nent at that undoubtedly belongs to Floyd T. Ferris, who arrived here by American express from Columbus, Neb., en route to Lynn, where lie is wanted for the larceny of $250 from the company which transported him. Ferris was willing to return, so word was sent east that it would not be nec essary to send an officer after him. He was accordingly entered upon the regular way bill as "one man" consign ed to "police, Lynn," at "owner's risk" and with "liability limited to actual value." He was placed In the express car with the messenger as guard. He was not handcuffed and was fed regularly, as a pet animal would be under similar conditions. Fer ris says he enjoyed the trip, and he hopes to get his troubles straightened out and begin life anew. Tried to Steal Governor' Child. Lincoln, Nib., Sept. 2S.-An attempt has beep made to kidnap the eight-year-old daughter of Governor Mickey. AVhile four of the governor's children were playing in front of the mansion an unknown man came along and tried to carry the oldest girl away. The other children clung to his clothes nnd screamed. The man was so badly frightened when be saw neighbors coming that he dropped the child and ran. I'roteiitu Anain.t Knvy Declxion. Washington, Sept. 28. Paymastei Harry K. Biscoe, who was a inembei of the court rebuked by Rear Admiral Evans for its inadequate sentence in the case of Assistant Paymaster Hush worth Nicholson, has protested to Sec retary Moody at the seventy of Ad miral Evans' language. Secretary Moo dy will investigate the matter. We trust doctors. They trust Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs. J.C. AyerCo., Low oil, AUsi. PEACE IN LABOR STRIFE farks and Buchanan Factions ol Iron Workers Reconciled, THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. Declares That Labor I uions Are Rei lnir Made the Tarsrll of .Many Attack Denounce "Govern me nt by Injunction. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 28. Peace has been restored between the Buch anan and Parks factions in the Inter national Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers at their an nual convention. President Buchanan had scarcely" called the convention to order iu regular session when the Parks men expressed a desire to ignore the proceedings of their own conven tion and proceed in a regular way. Then the convention took a formal vote oa the motion to reconsider the vote by which Daniel Brophy. a mem ber of local io. 2 and who held a proxy from Scranton, Pa., had been seated. Brophy was unseated by a good majority. As he arose to leave the hall Samuel Parks advanced to ward him with extended hand. Bro phy refused to shake hands with the New York walking delegate until the latter had apologized for the stinging words directed against Brophy on Thursday. Parks did, and when the door closed upon Brophy the conven tion settled down for the first peacea ble session since they convened last Monday. President. Ilaehannn's Address. .In his annual address President Buchanan said: "There is now a systematic and or ganized effort of the press throughout the country to discredit labor unions oecause of their indifference to con tract, obligations, and such is the force with which these agencies of capital use this point that few organizations can succeed if they are once made the target." President Buchanan asserted that within the last year "government by injunction' had assumed wider and more alarming proportions and recom mended that the convention nnnoint a committee to advise with all the other labor organizations of the country for the purpose of effecting a conference to be held in the near future to con sider definite action to be taken with respect to "this great and growing evil." Wholesale Murder Attempted. Steubenville. O., Sept. 28. Two ef forts have been made at a coal mine near here to wreck property and kill employees. It is thought to be the work of a discharged Italian who pro fessed to be an anarchist. The electric motor standing nt the mouth of the mine was started into the mine, and before It stopped great damage to the interior was done, and many minevs had narrow escapes. A string of coal cars was started down the incline at the same time to wreck the tipple, but the cars jumped the track and went over the trestle. There is no clew to the perpetrator. Woman FirebuK Indicted. Melrose, Mass.. Sent. 28. Tinder in dictment for arson alleged to have been committed in the Hotel Granville here on Feb. 7 and 8. 3008. Marv Ma- loney has been arrested In Waterbury, Conn. She was employed in the hotel, and a week's notice had been given her by Charles H. Cullis, the proprie tor. In this last week five fires were set in the house-four in the cellar 'on Feb. 7, which were easilv' extinguished. and one in .Mrs. Cullis' bedroom on Feb. '8. which caused $5iM) damage. The motive, it is believed, was . re venge. The Deadly "t'nloaded" I'iatol. Worcester, Mass., Sept. 2-$. Carl II. Fingnll, seventeen years old, son of Carl A. Fingall of 11(5 Eastern avenue, this city, was accidentally shot and killed by a youth said by the police to be I-red Wilson, fifteen years old. The police say Wilson did not know the re volver was loaded and jokingly thrust the weapon into Fingall's face and pulled the trigger. Judge GroBHcnp to Tie ma In. Columbus; O., Sept. 28. Judge Peter S. Crosscup of Chicago, who is visit ing in Columbus, has issued a state ment saying that he will not resign from the United S fares circuit bench' to accept the position of general coun sel of the Northern Securities company or to represent the company in the pending litigation against it Sew Arbitrator lu Venezuela C'aie. The Hague, j!ept. 28. The czar has appointed M. de Martens, professor of international law at the University of St. Petersburg, to Jio the third arbi trator in the claims of the allied pow ers against Venezuela for preferential treatment in place of the Portuguese appointee, whose illness has precluded his serving. . Kansas Women Win. Topeka; Knn., Sept. 28. -The state superintendent ,of public instruction has received reports which Indicate that the women of Kansas have elect ed the majority of the members of the county school boards In the 2,000 dis tricts of the state. The Football Season Has Opened Winnipeg. Man.. Sent. 28. Jaimt lloswell, a well known athlete, wes probably fatally Injured in a game of tootuau nere, ins neck being dislocated In a scrimmage. Another player had bis ankle broken. EI3f3 ED7AED EOT ILL 4merlan Kni.or of Soereiu. Sicklies Denied" In London. London, Sept. 2.-T!ie report pub iished bv a news agency In the 1 mted States tiiat Sir Frederick Treves, sur geon in ordinary to the king, had been summoned to Balmoral castle, Scot land, to attend King Edward ami that alarm had been caused thereby is in correct. Sir Frederick was not "sum moned" to Balmoral. He went there on a personal visit to the king, which is so far removed from any urgent professional summons that the London papers of Thursday last announced that "Sir Frederick Treves will leave for Balmoral on a visit to the king Saturday." Sir Frederick, who was surgeon in ordinary to his majesty when he was Prince of Wales, has kept up a keen friendship for the sovereign and has Joined the party at Balmoral, which includes the Earl J Kiiiuorey, one of his majesty's most gfnial friends of boyhood. Throughout the week his majesty exhibited the best of health and spir its, dividing his time between strenu ous outdoor life and discussions with Premier Balfour and others regarding the composition of the new cabinet. Sir Frederick Treves has retired from the practice of his profession. "YELLOW JACK" IU TEXAS. City of Laredo Qnnrantlned Ag-alnat by the Kntire State. Laredo, Tex., Sept. 28. There have been no developments in the yellow fe ver situation here beyond the vigorous measures taken by the authorities un der the supervision of the United State3 marine hospital representatives and their assistants to place the city in the best possible sanitary condition. Several proclamations printed in Eng lish and Spanish have been issued by the chief health officer and the mayor of this place calling on the people to place their premises in a sanitary con dition. At Nuevo Laredo- gendarmes have been placed at every block throughout the city and have been Instructed to inquire freipiently if any sickness ex ists and Immediately notify the med ical authorities in the case of any. Ten coach loads of passengers left for Raltillo, Mexico, and points south, that direction being the only point open for yellow fever refugees. It is announced thrit the entire state of Texas has quarantined against Laredo. This prac tically isolates this city. Pined For lalntr alve Lanirnajce. Berlin, Sept. 28.-Eight Polish wo men of culture belonging to a woman's club which held its meetings at the homes of its members have been fined at Onesen, province of Posen, for re fusing to submit the constitution of the society to the police in the German language, though they offered to fur nish the authorities with a copy of the document in Polish. The editor of a pa per published in the province of West Prussia has also been fined for assert ing that a citizen of Karthaus, in the same province, had been imprisoned twenty-four hours because he did not know German. Larce Fortune For Colleice. . Des Moines, la.. Sept 28. Frederick M. Ilubbell. one of the wealthiest ,.u. zens of the state of Iowa, his wife, Frances E. Ilubbell. joining, has con veyed property to the value nt n!, $.-),(KK,000 to himself and his sons, ITedencK C. Hubbei and Crmw f Ilubbell of Des Moines, "trustee r,f the said Frederick M. Ilubbell estate," and to their successors in trust for the trustees and their lineal di to be used in founding a college of learning in the city of Kes Moines. Government Employee Dismissed. Washington. Sent, l's Tt order dismissing him from the govern ment service it became known that James II. Beatty, for fifteen years as sistant to the disbursing clerk in the office of the auditor r.,i- .. . - " ai ue- partment, had been found short f.800 in his accounts. The shortage was maue gooa ny relatives living in Illi nois, and Beattv He is forty-live years old and is said iu nave ai one time resided in Mattoon, Xo Destitution In Sault Ste. Marie St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 28.-A special to the Dispatch from Sault Ste. Marie Mich., says that careful inquiry fails to authenticate reports regarding des titution here on account of the closing of the Consolidated T-iW , ' mills. The facts are that all men who uui worn can get it immediately as employment agencies quickly secure all men anxious to go to work. Charged with "Shanghai... Savannah. Ga.. Sent o rx son and Jack Johnson , miuiur ooaru ng house keeper and his assistant have been arrested by United States authorities charged with forcibly tak ing eight negroes of this city and nut ting them on board t.,.,Z. J1'1 .pi,t . """sum oari, as a lrS. The men are now penniless in London. Cleson was recently arrosfo, for shnnghaing two white boys ' Another "Poison by Mall" ( . Glens Fall, M v ,"lm'T' - , .... i( s.pj a j. Marv nsirta ,,. ni..,. 1 ' police to locate the sender of n pac" age of poisoned candy which she re- 4. a " um a month a-o at Saratoga. She believes that an at tempt was made to take her life and accuses a woman. lias been . .- .. . ... uuui n Ve rm ra Tinwv, of Whigham, a town lnDecaL CoUn ty twenty miles west of here Tho ne cro is n eerl tn v,. no small white Cirl. aSSaUlted a CONDITIONS OFBUSINESS Dim & Co. Eoport Continued Largo Trade Throughout the Country. SPECULATIVE MARKET DULL Railroad Earnings Continue to Sho Galas Restricted Demand For Finished Steel and Iron The Market For Farm Prodosta. New York, 'Sept 20.-R. G. Dun St Co.'s weekly review of trade says: Notwithstanding several unsatisfac tory features, the volume of trade con tinues large and the distribution of merchandise taxes shipping facilities. Announcement of a concerted effort to restrict production of pig Iron Indicate? that supplies have begun to accumu late. The security market has been dull, with a general decline and new low records for several issues. Kail way earnings continue to show gains, for September thus far exceeding last year's by 8.7 per cent and those of 1901 by 17.2 per cent Traffic blockades oc cur to some extent, although the move ment of farm products in still unsea sonably small. New lalxir controver sies have beguu, but a uumlwr of se rious troubles have been averted, and on the whole the number of men idle voluntarily has diminished. Enforced idleness lu the iron and steel industry is more than offset by resumpUon of spindles at cottoa mills, and there is great activity at foot wear factories, although the margin of prof it is narrow. Lower prices for the leading agricultural staples indicate a general belief In improved crop pros pects. Jobbing trade is still making good comparisons with previous years, and, while the zenith has been passed In fall dry goods, it Is still a satisfac tory season. At many important points the weather has been more propitious for retail trade, and collections are fair ly prompt considering the tightness of the money market. Bunk exchanges at New York for the week were 38." per cent smaller than a year ago, but at other leading titles there was a gain of 1.5 per cent. The Iron nnd iteel Market. Demand for finished iron and stt l restricted by uiieertaiuty regarding quotations, and until a more settled condition exists there will be no in centive to place contracts litierally, al though it i known that much business is under consideration. Unfortunately cause and effect are interdependent, and the failure to place pending con tracts tends to augment instability. In the trade there is a disposition to attribute all the ills of the Industry to Wall street, and there is some reason for this statement Aside from special religion holiday interruptions, the dry goods market has remained unchanged. At first band there is still a close attention to cur rent requirements and no aggressive ness or disposition to make coinvssions on the part of either buyer or sellelt. Quotations are without change in any standard line of textiles, but the tone is slightly easier in the division em bracing heavy weight brown cottons for export. This is largely attributed to the indifference of buyers for China. The Outlook For Farm PrOdaefs. Conflicting reports eonilnne to mili tate against stability in the markets for the great farm products, and on the whole the events of the past week have resulted In a lower level of quota tions. The most Important effect of lower prices was a better export move ment, not only helping the domestic trade situation, but strengthening this country's International position, which was less favorable in recent preceding months. How far the low tempera ture has injured the corn crop is still a matter of conjecture, yet it is practi culiy certaiu that heavy losses have occurred, and, early estimates of a rec ord breaking crop must be nullified.- UhhV comparing unfavorably with a normal year, the movement of corn for the week was much larger than last yoa-r, receipts of 4.22.244 bushels far surpassing the 2.540.r.:j of a year ago. and exports of 403,058 bushels com paring with 32,108 in 1802. Cl-nig's hi c-xoL-T U'M l'xir receipts of 0,12,ei, bushels fulling about per cent short of last year's shipments, which were 9,012,820, while exports from all ports of the United State,, flour included, were 3,(;20.:i45 IwheH against 3,TSt2 a year ago. when the outgo was abnormally ligtlt. " Cotton declined in price as the new crop came to market more freely, uotwitbstanding numerous reports of ravage., by insects n ias. Export, increased moderate. J, al hough the outgo 18 BtIH lusigniU foiit in comparison with normal years, as might be expected in view of the "Snds iP'0ta,lonS for sJot MullnK Liabilito of commercial failure for ,f ..'V(! -n';,,;t wcre In manufactur i'S. UoW5,.04 in trading and $50;,i:;0 i,t'i t'om"1(!r(-il mios. Failures this week numbered 232 in the T'nited States against 207 ,..t ,Jj J Canada compared with 32 , year ago. Radium 12 Iff'f TiQ la Vienna make It seem nrohnhio 7.'" wm lU8 raaium rays rlm"ur hoa. la the ?f and T. Po' of neawood. Toe discovers r.f - i., - . wnrvia to . J , " "ls sorest or rea 1, Prt0d from Curry county, of Sir, rStern P0rtl0Q rtte toteX r f m are said to be twenty feet in diameter.