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IOMK BAY they wilt advert lie when "their ehlp eomes In." A better way I to advertise o at to make it come In. ., ;, -... : i'.k "0000 WINE" may "need no bush" but the announcement that you have It i not superfluous. VOLUME XXXIX, NO. 28? CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1907. ESTABLISHED IN 1863. TO E GAI B IN CRURIS 0 FOR LONG TRIP FALL RACING HAS BEEN CAllED OFF Louisville, Ky.. Oct. 12. Charles F, Grainger, president of the New Louis ville Jockey Club, lute this afternoon, TWO SHIPS TO GO AROUND HORN !t'u"v' otl ln -a" meeting scheduled to begin October 1C. The decision Is said to be due to Sheriff Dulllta notice that he will prevent betting at Church Ill Down course. CHI S TO JOIN SISTERS IN THE PACIFIC. FOR NAVAL MANEUVERS President's Policy to Strengthen De fense On Coast Being Carried Out Rear Admiral Sebree i In Command. I Mil I Washington, Oct. 12. The pre si- j dent's policy of strengthening the de- j rouses on tne racinc coast was prac tically Inaugurated today by the de parture from Hampton Roads of a special ' service squadron,- consisting of the armored cruisers Tennessee and Washington, on a long voyage of about 13,000 miles around the coast of South America to Magdelan Bay, where the two ships will go through regular naval maneuvers in company with the two new armored cruisers, California and Soutli Daktta. The four shir:) are of the same class. The California and South Dakota were built by the Union Iron'works of San Francisco, and are now . in trat vicinity.; The California Is in com mission: and it Is expected the South Dakota will be ready for active ser vice "by the time the special service: squadron arrives on the Pacific t oust, Rear Admiral Vriel Sebree Is In command of the special service squad-ron. TEN MILE RAGE WON BY NEW YORK MAN FOURTH SUCCESSIVE VICTORY OVER TIGERS IN HARD CON .TEST SCORE 2 TO 0. ROOTERS CROWD FIELD Overwhelm Victorious Players With Congratulations Weather Raw and Crowd Small Chicago Stole Four Bases. Now York, Oct. 12. The A. A. 17. National championship t.m mile run at the Polo Grounds tcday was won by John J. Daly of the Irish American A. C, of this city. Time, 55 min utes and 1C seconds. Thomas Collins, of the M. E. club was second, and J. J. Gallagher, , of Philadelphia, was third. ANOTHER NEW WHOLESALE HOUSf base on errors, Chicago 2: struck cut by Mullin 2, by Brown 4. Time 1:15; Umpires Sheridan and O'Day. , Attendance 7.370. PONAPARTE SEEKING PROPER METHOD OF PROCEDURE IN VESTIGATORS BUSY BUT NO CHANCE OF CRIMINAL ACTION CONDITION WORSE Emperor Francis Joseph Suffering Terribly Symptoms of Inflam mation of Lungs Increasing. Vienna, Oct ll The condition Of Emperor Francis Joseph took a turn for the worse at noou today, and at a late hour tonight the symptoms of in flammation of the lungs had in creased. Taken as a whole the day cannot be said to have beon one of progress, although the physicians who examined his majesty at ten o'clock tonight declared the fever had abated and that the condition of the patient was unchanged. At eleven o'clock tonight his majesty was quiet and fell asleep. FRISCO PASSENGER STRUCK BY L & N. ONE DEAD OTHERS INJURED IN COLLISION THREE KILLED BY BOILER EXPLOSION. Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 12. In a collision between a Louisville and Nashville freight train and a Frisco jassenger at Pratt City, at 0 o'clock this morning, one man was killed and right injured. Pullman Car Conduc tor J. C. Smith, of Birmingham, was instantly killed. Among the Injured Is E. T. Wilcox, general freight agent of the Frisco, whose knee was sprained, and W. M. Gol.lsnith, of Rochester, N. Y., badly bruised. BOILER EXPLODES. Reynold. Ga. Oct. 12. Three train men were killed and much property damaged this morning by the explo sion of an engine on the Central of Georgia, which was standing near a station. - Washington, Oct. 12 attorney General Bonaparte is seeking the proper method of procedure to com pel E. H.. Harriinan to answer ths questions which he refused to answer when examined in the so-called "Har rlnmn case" ' before the interstate com nine conimissim. The special attorneys, Messrs. Kellogg and Morri son. 'who ara now conducting the Standard Oil investigations in New Yrk City, spent two hours with the attorney general today making an oral report on the progress they are making ami in discussing what action should be taken to compel Harriinan to answer the questions. What ci n elusion was reached, If any, the at toniey general refused to say. Whatever steps may be taken to compel Mr. Harriinan to answer ques tSpns about his railroad manipulations it is highly improbable that he will be criminally prosecuted for whatever he may have dene in Juggling railroad finance 8, Attorney General Bona parto has reported to President Roosevelt that so far the iim:stl gators? of tiie .department of 'justice have been unable to discover any Lasts of facts 'Upon which ' a criminal Detroit, Oct. 12. The Chicago Na-: NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BEST IN ST. LOUIS Oct. 12 The National i St. Louis, tional League baseball team this after i.oon at Bennett Park wnn tlw wnrM'a championship, defeating the Detroit League team defeated the St. Louis American League team by a score of American League team today, !) to 2, 2 to 0. It was the fourth (mcc-ni'vo thereby winning the post sariea chum- THE WE3ER-PHILLIPPI NOTION NOVELTY COMPANY OF CAIRO NOW BEING ORGANIZED. ."' CAPITAL STOCK $30,000 Will Conduct Importng and Jobbing house Business To Be Lo cated In Ghoiton Building On Eighth Street. HUNTRESS SAFE HOr.lE Arrives In St. Louis Harbor" After Eventful Trip Up Mississippi .From Pensacola, Fla. 1 St. Louis, Oct. "12. The Gunboat Huntress arrived" here thlB afteriuou and will remain permanently in St. Louis harbor as a rescruitlng , ves sel.'" ; Tho Huntress . left ' pensacola. Fia., about a month ago. Her voyage tb St. Louis up the Mississippi luis been marked with frefyueut accideiits to her machinery and breaking down of her boilers. ' T victory for . the . Chicago , team in a. plonshlp. Still another btis'n ns enteijriR1 Is j to join the nuiny thriving Industries i of. Cairo. ' . . t The Weber Tlil'lpi I NilHn & Novelty company with .a capital, st ck FOR ABOLITION nc run n iDnD Ul ulllLU LHUUII, - - ; -i . . i Ml MA S IN PRtTTY HESS DAUGHTER OF ' OIL MAGNATE WHO ELOPED WITH ENGLI8H- MAN WAS MARRIED. . ; COUPLE NOWJN LONDON Princeton College Student Who Sas That Girl Married Him Under an , J Assumed Name is Now j -. ' ' i . :. Missing. '" '; if many days. Taking advantage of every ' scor proseci tion could lie. Mr. Harriman's case Is still under investigation by the department of justice as is shown by the conference. Study Is still being made of Mr. Har riman's activities, with a view of as certalning whether additional facts can be discovered which will make a proper basis for a criminal proseeu- lien. i ARRESTED THROWING KISSES. Paterson, N. J., Oct. 2. Two young men are under arrest in Peterson, charged with disorderly conduct In throwing kisses to the girls in the Florence Crittenden Home on East Eighteenth street. PACIFIC LINER WITHOUT FUEL HELPLESS NINETY MILES OFF MONTEREY CREW AND PAS SENGERS ALL SAFE RELIEF TUG SENT OUT. All Done by Electricity. Electricity is being applied more and more to machinery used in British coal mines. Some mines are now so fully equipped that nothing workable by electric energy ia otherwise oper ated. MONK LEADS BAND ATTAGKINC BISHOP RUSSIAN POLITICAL STRIFE AC CUTE IN PROVINCE OVERRUN - BY CRAZY CHIEF'S CLIQUE. St. "Petersburg. Oct. 12. Political Fttife has become dangerously acute In VonooMh province, where the Black" bands hare increased in num Irrs and have assrmed a democratic character under the leadership of an exaltedly patriotic anti Semetie. a laruen tally unbalanced marik. Helio lonis. The membership of these band In the surrounding province is rriwrted as half a million. The Revolutionists are engaging In ru active counter propoeanda. and bitterness has grown so intense that San Francisco, Oct. 12. Overdue, he Oceanic liner Mariposa, which dies between this city and Tahiti and other South Sea Islands, is reported ninety miles off Monterey, helpless and without fuel. First Mate Watson with a boat crew rowed 87 miles to the wharf at Monterey through a dense fog and from that place sent a ivport of the Mariposa's safety to her owners in this city. Sprccklcs' tug. Relief, was promptly sent from Santa Cruz to tow the boat to San Francisco and it is expected she will reach here tomor row morning. ' The Mariposa Is !nno way dam ed and all on board are reported to be safe. She carries a full cargo of freight and -about fifty passengers. There are 88 men In the crew. BALLOONISTS MAKE PERILOUS ASCENT LONDON DAILY GRAPHIC SENDS BALLOON ON RECORD BREAK ING TRIP ACROSS EUROPE. London. Oct. 12. Under the aus pices of the Daily Graphic, a mam moth balloon left Chrystal Palace to night in an attempt to break the long distance record by a voyage to Russia. The aeronauts expect to cross the North Sea during tbe night and be well over the continent by midday to morrow. The balloon 1 equipped with every se'entific instrument and many new as well as air tight com- neasants In tbe villa of Rykan a- .iiitxl he bisbon. Vladimir, while , inventions he was driving. The telegram stated: partimmts to enable the aerial trave'. "The trbd to Mt the bishop afire. SU era to keep afloat In etent of the air arrested." I ship falling Into the sea. slip made by the local players and running bases cleverly, they scored two runs in the first inning, while the Detroit team did not succeed in get ting one man over home plate. The "rooters" who had followed tha Chicago team from their home city swarmed down to the diamond whoa the ninth inning closed, and showered them with congratulations. Then sev eral hundred of them formed In line tnd marched down Michigan .avenue, headed by a band, cheering in celebra tion of their victory. i It was a disappointing day for the local team in more ways than one. The weather was ray and cold, entire ly unfit for baseball. The official county of the attendance was 7,370. The tern-1 perature was below tho GO mark an I a raw wind swept across the field throughout the game. The sun broke through the clouds only once and the i for but a few moments. Mullin anl Brown both pitched well, but the Chi cago man received stronger support from bis team mates. Brown was also steadier than Mullin, .giving but one base on balls, to Mullin's three, one of which developed Into a run 1 1 the first inning There was missing in Ohj play of tho Detroit, team agaij this afternoon, the dash and vim which carried them to the top of the American League and won tiie -pen nant for them. The local team had man on third base but twice during the game and each time Brown held tho succeeding batters safely. In an effort to check the base stealing of Chicago. Manager Jennings sent in Catcher Archer to receive Mullin, but the Chicago men succeeded in stealing four bases from him, the stolen bases figuring materially In tho scoring of both their runs. Jones and Coughlln succeeded In stealing bases this after noon from Kling whose throwing to bases ahled so largely In Chicago's victory. This Is how Chicago scored in the cjening Inning: Slagle waited for a base on balls, Sheckard then sent a fly to Jones and Howard struck out. V1th two out Slagle dashed for sec ond base and was safe. Stelnfeldt scored him with a single to center, field. Russman dropped Coughllu'x throw of Ever's grounder at the open- ng of the second Inning and he was safe, taking second on Tinker's single after Schulte had popped out to Arch- r, while trying to bunt. The pair of nflelders then worked a clever double steal. Brown was given his base on alls and the bases were full with but one out. Kvers scored on Slaelea grounder to Schafer while the center fielder was put out at first. Sheckard ended the inning and the scoring for the day. The Chicago team left to night for home on the Michigan Cen- ral railroad at 9:10 o'clock. The gross receipts today were $12.- G38 of which players received $0,824.32, the commission ll.23C.80, and the two clubs each $2,274.84. The score follows: DETROIT. AB R II TO A Jones, If 3 0 1 1 1 Schaefer, 2b 4 0 u 1 8 Crawford, cf 4 Cobb, rf 4 Rossman, lb 4 Coughlln, 3b 4 Archer, c 3 O'Leary, ss 3 Mullin, p 3 Schmidt 1 Nationals Americans Batteries Frommo Howell and Stephens. and RUT . 9 10 1 .2 10 3 Noonan; f AMERICANS WIN ONE AND TIE ONE AT BOSTON. Boston, Oct. 12. In the doublo header here today the Boston Amer ican League team won the first gain. and played ten Innings to a draw In tho second. , The score- i A Americans ;,!., Nationals .7, Batteries Burchell and Bouits and Needbani. R H 15 C 1 Nationals 3 4 1 Batteries Pruitt and Corrigan; young and Brown. 1? H E ..5 8 1 ..4 9 2 Corrigan; ,ct ?30,rfoa,tH now 1m las organized and j will Incorporate at an early date. Tbe company will be importers and job bers of furnishing goods and small wares making a specialty .of hosiery and iiedh ns. Other , linens wlil be added as expedient. Traveing repre sentatives will be sent ort to noil the .company's' goods on tho road. The enterprise will be loeatod fin the second floor of the Oholson build in a; on Eighth street for the present but the company expects to arrange for additional space later. EPISCOPALIAN HOUSE ' OF -BISHOPS ADOPT RESOLUTION. ASK ING AID OF ALL CHURCHMEN IN FIGHT. ... . Second gdme Americans ., 3 "wbsEed Richmond, Va., Oct. 12. The houso 'of bishops today passed a resolution presented by ' Bishop Greer of New York, which In substance asks all churchmen to support them In a fight against child labor In tho United i States. The resolution ns adopted is at fol lows: ' Whereas, The evil of child labor Is Herman Weber who Is the promoter . apparently on the increase in the Cub , ,, ., , . , . ,tJj Mates, and it is known that tho 1 identified with the wholesale inter ' . . ests of Cairo for the past eight veara f"'lloyn.ent of children in factories, having promoted several successful n,ll8 ft," 8hl18 reduce wages to tin enterprises. child's standard, dlsentegrates the Charles phillppi. whoso name will deprives the child of natural appear in the company's title, has rlBta to a l"'rlod of training and de- been engaged in the real estate busl- predates tne human stock: BUT FARMERS WHO WENT TO EAST ST. LOUIS TRANSACTED BUSINESS. Officers For Ensuing Year Chosen Also Delegates to National Convention at Short Session. ness n Cairo for several years, his 1 AiiMfinltv hotf-iir nnwmtll nhintit find fiii m glands ,In "Tennessee. Previous to ro mint to Cairo, Mr. Fhilllpid held a " Rwomibto posith n with the War mi Fct hereto ii 5 fermpany In Fair Oaks,-Mich., and he has had experi ence in the novelty business wfejkh .-will 4k of si-cat asMlHtancfl to the new :t-'-u'prisP Mr, Phlllippl aod.la-iiHsr rvslde In Wist Twtnty-clghlith slro lu a handsome new home recent'y completed. The company will buy some goods direct from Kurope. Mr. Weber who recently' hod planned a trip to Swlt zeiiand and Southern Germany to purchase goods has postponed t lip for a time. the Notwithstanding no arrangements had been made for the convention, the delegates assembled and the con vention was filially held at the Hotel Royal. President C. U Drayton, cf Cranville, presided. Officers for the ensuing year were elected, delegates to the national convention apMIated, and routine business transacted.; President Drayton was re-elected, B. F. Krost, of Carlyle, was elected vice president, L. N. Staate, of Trenton, secretary. The scst-ion lasted two two hours and the delegates de parted. ' RED MEN CAMP FORMED IN CAIRO BIG CHIEFS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES COME TO TRANSFORM PAPOOSES INTO BRAVES CAMP OF FIFTY. 0 0 4 0 11 13 1 1 0 Totals 33 0 7 27 29 2 CHICAGO. AB R II PO A Slagle, cf 4 Sheckard. If 4 Howard, lb 4 Steinfeldt, Kling, c .. . Ever. 2b Schulte, rf Tinker, ss Brown, p . 3b 3 1 10 2 5 1 1 3 1 Half a hundred citizens of Cairo an I 1C3 from Padueah and intermediate P.iKt St Inula 111 Hit Hflrn I"""1" "a" H B rt"ui, ruou lime ui Ait;x- hundred farmers, from various parts an,,,'r ha" laHt nlht' Instituting a of Illinois, bearing credential as dele-1"1" of Re'1 M"n- Th" visitors came gates to the State Convention of the 0,1 a train and were met at the American Society of Equltv, arrived 8tatlon by a ,ar l,Hrtr of tne Calm here today to attend the slate conven- "papooses" who conducted the braves Hon an.l were amazed to find no con- 't! the haI1 wnre ln ceremony of vention scheduled to be held here. ! making f'H feathered Red Men out National convention of tbe society of tho I'aiiooses was performed last was held here, and the delegates be- n'Kht. The Cairo camp had been tame Imbued with the Idea that the started by General Organizer Jones, state convention wluld be held here a1'1"'1 y Frank Hagey and George J. And. Wtiereaa, We recognize the profound responsibility of the churoli for our ethical as well as our spiritual standard: t Therefore, We call upon our em ployers and parents to use their in lluenoe to better legislation and better enforcement of the laws, to the end that the exploitation cf the lubcr of children shall become impossible tu Tho message will be present d to the house cf deputies tomorrow morn Ing. J. Ficrpcnt Morgan of New York i:i troduced a resolution that a copy of the standard prayer be presented to Iho Bishop of London, to the library of the Commonwealth of Virginia and to several Northern individuals, Th-? resolution was adopted. i FIVE CHILDREN III , N MONTHS TRIPLETS FOLLOWED TWINS AND FATHER REPORTED TWO MORE MORE WERE BORN SINCE. ' this vear at this time. WIFE OF SENATOR MONEY OF MISSISSIPPI DEAD. Mobile, Oct. 12. Mrs. II. D. Money, wife of the senior senator from Miss issippi, died suddenly at her home near Beauverre, Miss., last night. STOCKTON TO RETIRE Honored Admiral Dropped From List of Navy on Account of His Advanced Age. Washington, D. C. Oct 12 An rther honored and historic name will be dropepd from the active list .of Gllmore, and promises to be one of the strongest In the district. Of the visitors over seventy were from Padueah and forty-one from Me- roiiolis; fifty-two from Brookport and some from other imlnta. Among them were several big chiefs, with Dr. R. E. Hearne to examine the papooses be fore they were subjected to the to,- tcre. In the Padueah tribe were Chief 'count J. J. Frlendiieh. Al Foreman. Frank Bennett. Edward Morgan. George In gtam. Edward Pettit, John Lehuhart, It tarence itousenoiuer, - ur - sminej Smith, RoITt Curd. Alex Ktflp, Dr. W. B. Cooley. John Cobb, of the Pa dueah News iH-moerat, and Edward C. Rallston, of the Padueah Sun. The visitors returned home at 4 o'clock this morning. London, Oct. 12. Apearlng ut Southport County Court on a Judg mem summons, Georgo Benson,' a dyer and cleaner, regretted that he had paid nothing for sixteen months owing to the fact that bis profits only averaged 3 shillings per week, and out o fthat he had $125 a year to pay for rent, besides rates and a family to keep. "How many children have you?" he was asked. ' . , . "I have had five children' In' thir teen months. What do you think cf that? And there have been two tnotv since. It is no laughing matter." Same time ago the defendant adver tised the fact of his wife having five children in thirteen months triplets followed by twins and asked for pub lic support in his business on that a 0(the navy tomorrow when Admirjl OCharles H. Stockton will be retired od' 9 account of age. Admiral Stockton Is 0 a native of Philadelphia and graduated 9 from the Anaiolis academy in DSGV 9. In the more than forty years that he O.has been in the navy he has Been ' service in many parts of the world. Totals 34 2 7 27 13 0 He was in command of the Thetis that Batted for Archer in ninth. made an early exploring trip in Ala- The score by innings: R H E kan waters, has commanded the York- Detroit ...0 0000000 00 7 2, town and trc battleship Kentucky, Chicago ..1 1000000 02 7 0 served as naval attache to the Am-' Summary Two base hits. Crawford. 'erican embassy in London and as Cotb; three base hits. HELEN COULD MAKES HANDSOME DONATION GIVES $25,000 FOR EQUIPMENT OF ' NAVAL Y. M. C. A. GYMNASIUM AT NORFOLK. TWENTY-TWO LOST IN LAKE SUPERIOR STEAMER WRECKED BY HIGH WINDS ONLY ONE MAN ES CAPES WITH LIFE. New York, Oct. 12. Special cab'ei front London tonight anouiiced the ar rival In that city of Samuel Clarkson and ' his bride, who was Miss Ml-' lone'y, daughter," of Martift "'Maloiuiy; standard Oil, mag hate 'and Cathollv nt!iiie;man. . . After their sehsatSortat aiitouloMb). elopement', from Ne- York -Jo Mont- real: and -wedding " in that, city,' tuk couple took passage to "London i ori tlr steamship Empress of Ireland.'-YroV Quebec, under the names of vMr.- an-l " Mrs. . Cunningham! i Nobody hboard was aare of their Identity anil thi young couple maintained the strict st seclusion throughout the voyage. All their meals were served In th Ir cabin and they never appeared except at night for a short promenado on dock, When the Empress of Irelat.t reached J.Iverpool Mr. and Mrs.' Clark- son managed to elude the rciorter, Who' were on tbe lookout for their arrival, and hurried directly to Lon don" : - ' Alter the startling declaration that Miss Malom-y had been bis wife for nearly two years, Arthur Herbert Os bon the young Princeton grad muv left the' Hofel Beresford, where tha ,Oshor;ies have resided for doze t years," early this morning, and at: H 1(1 to hpur tonight had not ret r rued, ijtt ' mither, Mrs. William F. Osborne, ' remained secluded in her apartments. At the Princeton Club, Osborne' story tif the marriage is believed Im plicitly an.l men who wer at college with llim stated that tt had ben som wh of ait ppen, Aeeret at th unlver sltjf ,tttts4je3tii,:4-j, v ;'. 1 were map and wife. Hu statement that they 'wera Becretly married cre ated very little surprise among thoso who knyw him at college. . ; Mr. and Mrs. Maloney, father and 'nother of the bride, declined to elth-T affafnti or deny the statement of yobng Osborne that their daughter was ' his wife Both the parents . are prostrated from the anxiety WKiMffng the whereabouts of their duaghter, a, until the arrival of the cable iait night, nothing definite had been heard cf the couple since their marriage in Montreal on October 3. Mrs. Andrew P. Maloney. aunt of Miss wtloiiey, -when seen at her hotel In Philadelphia admitted, the-state4- nent of young Osborue was a very serious able of the affair, but said she did not feed auUh'orized 'to discuss t'la matter. " '-,' - .' '- i ' t '- ' ' Mr, Maloney, the uncle, said he dM not believe the statement of Osborne as to his marriage-with Miss aMIoney. Osborne states that he and Mlsa Ma loney were married on December 28, 1905, at Mamaroneck, N. Y., under the names of Herbert Osborne and Helen Engene, the bride using - an assumed name, as tney wisneu to Keep tno marriage secret until he graduated from Princeton and had established himself in business. ' '. ' ' ' ,' He denies pcsltlvely that the mar riage was ever' annual led and says that Clarkson knew of the marrlag anil consulted an "attornty. who In formed him that the ceremony was legal ami binding and that any wed ding celebrated in England or any oth er civilized country would be void. ' That Miss Maloney has placed bee- self In an exceedingly embarrassing Ksition, If young Osborne can pnvv lis statement regarding the marriage Is the unanimous opinion Of lawyers who have discussed the matter. Th Montreal ceremony.. they declare was absolutely void, if the Maiuroneck marriage can be proved and was never pnnualled. , - . CE". VON BUELOW DEAD Gtrman Imperial Adjutant Succumbs to Heart Failure Wife Died at Beds.de October 9. Norfolk. Va.. Ort. 12 Miss Hen Gould, of New York, haa given $23,000 steamer for the equipment of tbe Mt $22Vi" j rtun.led Rockefeller tift to the naval Y. M. C. shoal. A. here. Th entire building wi.l ( I The l letrrit, Oct. 12. A dispatch to the Journal from Grand Maris reports in unknown steamer lost lant night In iJike Superior off leer Park. 20 miles fem Grand Maris. One survivor was w,tfche ashore lashed to a life raft and ia now In a critical condition, ell Is Just able to ttll that he Is tbe s le survivor of 23 people tn the boat Ferioua northwest gale prpvaife4oc Lake Superior last nfrht and tne is supposed to have been to pieces or driven on a reeked steamer was named Stelnfeldt; (president of the Naval War College at ; furnished with the minimum of $1)0 Cypress and wi owned by the Lacka- Etolea bases, Jones. Coughlln. Slacle, Newport. Admiral Stockton is the -r room as memorials to persons -v anna Transportation company and Evers. Tinker. Sebnlte; b f t ca bases, aether rf a nnmher of books and is ?(ned bv the donors. Thr ar to on fcer second trip down the lakes. De-trcit C Chicago 8; first base onjregarded as a high authority on naval be about two hundred of the?e( Two Uxliee have washed ashore at balls, off Mullin 3, off Ercwn 1; first history and warfare. memorials. I-er Tark. Potsdam. Germany. Oct. 9. General A.ioiph Von Uuelow. the i-nperial a.1- ii t ant, died today of heart failure. The wife of the general died Oct . Hr husband, who had bee a suffering from asthma, had a severe attack H the night of October 9 and when slie mw him apparently suffocating, she cried: The general Is dying. s a n and fell dead at the general's bed side. , . A Soulful JeL A ai!iy-se4a savaat comes forward with the theory that tke human soul kxka Hke aa oyster. That cuat to show why ' so maay popl t -atewed."