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BBBTBBBEl. .-.:.JSiJSBrSBBBBS-1BSejrS nSt - I I i JEbt!tiiBMKH5iniH sg -3grfs25Sr SH? "- :-:--i-S- si-' r- '" "--i E, : ..-: . -. - - . - - -- .- - ? V. . - - ---.- fcjl . - 3 . o o t- I r i. i s rrx raOneewj A similar annwMair IS keSt ! LOT Eslisbvry's historic home at Hatteld. 'It is a stoae, over a pound ia weight, vita which the window of his carriage was satsshed at Dumfries on October 21. 1884. His two daughters were seat ed with aim in the vehicle, but fortu nately all three escaped uatajared. Lord Salisburv had on that occasion delivered the last of a series of speeches ia Scotland. KmW4 Mta Kesro rrleoaa. . R. B.-WeddingtOB. a fanner of Union county. North Carolina, who died re cently, was not troubled by the "race issue. He lived in the kindliest rela tions with the negroes, and in his will he gmveiaree tracts of land to three of his faithful colored servants and gave ssoaey to others. The balance of his estate, mounting to 1.600 acres, he bequeathed to the Methodist church. Tata WorieTe Greatest Ta' New York Is to have the largest ho tel in the world. It will be erected by the Subway Realty company, which is composed of capitalists who fur nished the bond for John B. McDonald, the niaa who is building the under ground railroad. The -structure will be located on Park avenue, between Forty-first and Forty-second streets, and will be built at a cost of $5",000.000. Work on the Immense structure will be commenced within a fortnight Twwassa at ItaMaa Cmrt. The Kiac and Queen of Italy can not endure the smell of 'tobacco, and one of their ladies and gentlemen in waiting are. permitted to amoke when doing their turns in service, and tk smoWag is allowed in the royal apartments. This aversion of the royal couple for tobacco la the nsorc surprising when one recalls the fact that the young queen's mother and sisters all smoke cigarettes, that she waa brought up at the Russian court, where smoking by ladiea is the rule rather than the exception, and when one remembers how passionately fond of his cigars was the late King Humbert. A laeowaatatw Hewee. ' We run wild over the furnishings of a house; its furniture, carpets, hang lags; pictures and music, and always 'forget or neglect the most Important requisite. Something there should be always en-the shelf to provide against Wat. -I was In a little Wisconsin town the other day." said a Boston man re cently, "and know of a gentleman who came there with some stock of an eastern concern to dispose of at par. It waa good property, to be sure, but in that one small town he sold 98.609 worth of the stock in less than a half day. The West Is far more prosperous this year than last, al though last year was looked upon at the time as a record breaker. The railroads are carrying a vast amount of produce to the Orient, and. mind what I tell you, our exports by the Pacific coast before many years will equal and surpass our exports from the Atlantic seaboard. Only two or three years ago nobody ever dreamed of a mighty export trade on that aide. CZ,OLGOSZ, IS GVILTy Jury at "Buffalo Convict Him of Murder in First Degree. . Ska Danced far Charity. A French woman has invented a mew plan for securing contributions to charity. She is a great favorite In her own circle. Recently while atavina at a country place near Paris always - , "". JT' W attended a charity fete. One of sudden casualties or auacas oi iwu. -- . M heP hand for a a . avauar in ma nivnr aa Leon F. Cxolgoss. the anarchist assln of President McKlnley. Tues day was found guilty of murder ia the lrst degree after one of the moat rapM yet dignified trials in the history of Jurisprudence. Despite the eminence of the prisoner's counsel it waa appar ent Tuesday when the alienists decided that Csolgoac was sane that no de fense was possible, and consequently that any delay In the trial would be rata. In a period of eight hours and twenty-six minutes the assassin of President McKlnley had been found guilty and Judge Truman C. White had announced that he would pass sen tence oa Thursday afternoon. Remark able aa the trial had been throughout for lta dignity equally with ita ab asace of delay, not the least engrossing feature of the day was the address to the Jury made by Loren I Lewis, counsel for the prisoner. The vener able Jurist explained the necessity of a defense for the prisoner even though Such come like a thief in the night; a sprain, strain, sudden backache, tootn ache or neuralgic attack. There is adthlng easier to get' than a battle of St Jacob's Oil. and nothing surer to cure quickly any form of pain. The house is Incomplete without it Com plete It with a good supply. Some naturalists says that no in sects except the silk worm feed upon .the leaves f the mulberry. Am - Vela Ameers Vaaft aaat It la the only cure for Swollen, Cmarttag. Burning, Sweating Feet. Coma and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot-Baas, a powder to be shaken into the shoes. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, lie. Sample seat FREE". Ad- , AMea 8. Olmsted, LeRoy. N. x. The flrsMron forge in English North America was located at Rayn ham in the year 1652. LIFE OF PRESIDENT M'KINLEY. By Murat Halstead; large book; only $1.50; big profits to agents; freight paid; credit given; agents mak ing 815 daily. Send lOcts for mailing free outfit at once. KNAPP PUBLISHING CO., Kansas City, Mo. The first fire engine used in this country was brought from England to New York in 1731. 3re.Wlnelow-s Boothia Syrnp. Tor children teett!n. aitoJt,1IJ??2!2 i,aiuypin.caiBwuiuu"Jv - "Heart shakes" are splits which radiate from the center to the circum ference of a tree. We thank you for trying Wizard Oil for rheumatism or neuralgia, then you will thank us. Ask your druggist Teak, the famous English ship building wood, weighs 41.06 pounds to the cubic foot DO TOUR CLOTHES LOOK TKIXOWT IfacBaeRedCroasBallBIaa. It will make them white as snow. 2 oz. package 5 cents. When a man agrees with you In everything, he will bear watching when your back is turned. I ia sun Plio's Care for Consumption saved say life three years ago. Mrs. Tros. Robbibs. Maple Street, Norwich, X. Y.. Feb. 17, I960. If life be so sweet that we are un wllliag to part with it how comes in ita bitter part What is the use of employing some one to do your dyeing for vou. If you use PUTNAM FADELESS DYES you can do it just as well as a professional. Sold by druggists, 10c par package. We may stand on the highest hill if 'we are only willing to take steps enough. dance and the lady said: ' "With pleasure. Twenty francs, please. i beg your pardon," said the puzzled man. "I had the honor to ask you for a waltz." "To be sure," said mad emoiselle. "I thought it was a qua drille. A waltz will be 40 francs." Then she explained that for that ev ening she was dancing for the poor and her partners must contribute. The other belles took up the idea and the result was a handsome increase in the fund. A DISTINGUISHED MISSIONARY. Washington. Ind., Sept 23d. There is at present, living at 106 East 16tb street in this city, a most remarkable man. He is Rev. C. H. Thompson, and he came to Washington from Little York, Ind., a short time ago. Rev. Mr. Thompson spent many years of his long and useful life as a missionary among the Indians of the West The great exposure and the drinking of so much bad water brought on Diabetes, and at Wagoner, Indian Territory, he-was struck down while preaching. Physicians, one of them a Chicago specialist pronounced his case hope less Dodd's Kidney Pills were recom mended, and as a last resort he tried them. He was completely cured, and restored to good health and his case and Its cure has caused a sensation among the physicians. Bis Silver Wedding at 80. Most Reverend Frederick Temple, archbishop of Canterbury, who Is 80 years of age, has been celebrating his silver wedding. He was not married until he was 55 years of age, yet he is an excellent specimen of Queen Victoria's favorite type of a bishop and happy family man. If Taa Waat Carasnes Buy inferior goods and the dealers will throw them. But if you want De flanc Starch ro to your grocer and he will sell you a 16 ounce package for ten cents. The only premium that goes with it is the merits and quanti ty. At your grocers. Made by Mag netic Starch Co., Omaha, Neb. None other "just as good." Attempted Jackson's Life. An attempted assassination of ths President of the United States little remembered now was that of Andrew Jackson, on January 30. 1835, by Rich ard Lawrence, as the former was leav ing the rotunda of the capltol after attending the funeral of a congress man. Lawrence snapped two pistols at the president, but the percussion caps exploded in each case without igniting the powder. Lawrence was found to be insane. 9 Hairs Catarrh Cars fa a constitutional cure. Price, 75a One touch of necessity makes the whole world a skin WISCONSIN FARM LANDS. The best of farm lands can be ob tained now in Marinette County, Wis consin, on the Chicago, Milwaukee St Paul Railway at a low price and on very favorable terms. Wisconsin is noted for its fine crops, excellent markets and healthful climate. Why rent a farm when you can buy one much cheaper than you can rent and In a few years it will be your own property. For particulars address F. A. Miller. General Passenger Agent Chicago. Milwaukee ft St Paul Rail way, Chicago. Tfce Franc President's Gsards. Paris has always paid $13,500 a year to the detectives who guard the Pres ident of France, but has just refused to do so longer, and the national gov ernment has assumed the ask. Twelve detectives are hired for the purpose. WEATHERWISE, OTHERWISE! TrrnDQRTTWWaAa! Lira ea TOO a Tear. Life on $9 a year was the experience of A. M. Torrence, chairman of the London county council, when, at tho age of 16, his career began in Glas gow. Mr. Torrance made $90 meet all his needs, and he bought a book or two besides, which he almost learned by heart He admires punctuality, loves a Scotch song above all things, and tells a Scotch story with no end of "pawky" humor. Woa Bit Water. A wager was made by a resident of London that he could cook a plum pudding ten feet beneath the surface of the Thames. He won the bet by placing the pudding in a tin case and putting the whole in a sack of lime. The heat of the lime, slacking when coming in contact with the water, was sufficient to cook, the pudding ia two hours. JU,r mJJV X-alM Uw m mSmx mr)i fv.7j ' VLLXJ W mfffim MM mft t? 'Y jft aflaBW aBaWWayiy 1 50Sr-1s- gSfVEft;? Auta Damage Brick Favlng- A curious menace to brick street paving has come to light in Council Bluffs, Ia. Numerous ants began burrowing into the sand beneath the bricks and removed so much of it to other and unknown quarters that the city engineer was called in to re pair the damages. One street was made unfit for travel for several blocks. .&UBkw SUCKER AND KEEP DRV? OPDaTaTNN&IDKraAMVEIMK HW cATAiDtiaunta t rm lint cfGanrnborttlKeti'i CSOwTOW.rfASS.4a mt frClti laeabator Triplets. . The triplets' of Morris J. Cohen, who were sent from New York to Buffalo to be placed in the baby incubators there, are expected home in a few days. The little things not only lived but have more than doubled in weight and are as fine a collection of babies as could be found anywhere. They would undoubtedly have died had it not been for the incubators. The triplets are the first in this country and the second in the world to go through the incubator process. LEON CZOLGOSZ. his guilt could scarce be questioned, and made his address tne occasion for a criticism of lynch law, which, in all probability, will go down in the an nals of history as the most masterly vindication of the jury system and con demnation of mob violence ever ut tered. Prisoner Knows Chicago Anarchists. Superintendent of Police Bull was asked: "Were you present at headquarters when the. prisoner was brought there on the night of the murder?" "Yes." "Were any threats made against him " "No." "Tell us what Czolgosz said." "He said he knew President McKln ley. He knew that he was shooting President McKlnley when he fired. The reason he gave was that he believed that he was doing his duty. He said that on the day President McKlnley spoke at the exposition grounds, the day previous to the assassination, he stood near the stand on the esplanade. No favorable opportunity presented it self. "He followed the president to Niag ara Falls and back to Buffalo again. He got in line while the reception was in progress, and when he reached the president fired the fatal shots. Czol gosz told me in detail the plans he alone had worked out so that there would be no slip in his arrangements. I asked him why he killed the presi dent, and he replied that he did so be cause it was his duty." "Did he say he was an anarchist?" "Yes." "Did he say any more on the sub ject?" asked the district attorney. "Yes. He said that he had made a study of the beliefs of anarchists and he was a firm believer in their prin ciples. The prisoner also stated that he had received much information on the subject in the city of Cleveland. He said that he knew a man in Chi cago named Isaak. The Free Society was. the name of the organ mentioned by the prisoner." Said Balers Snoald Die. "Did he ever say anything about his motives in committing the murder?" aaked the district attorney. "Yes," was the reply. "He said that he went to the exposition grounds for the express purpose of murdering Pres- ident McKlnley. He knew he was aim ing at President McKinley when the fatal shots were fired. Czolgosz said that all kings, emperors and presidents should die." Superintendent Bull was cross-examined by Lawyer Titus and said the defendant had on his person some memoranda and $1.51 in money. There was also a piece of paper, orange-colored, with an address upon it a mem orandum book and a letter of identifi cation card from the Order of The Golden Eagle. "Did you ask him if he was an an archist?" Judge Titus asked. "Yes." "And he said he was?" "Yes." At the conclusion of Superintendent Bull's, testimony, District Attorney Penny announced that the case for the prosecution was closed. Lewie Gives Up Defense. Then Mr. Lewis arose slowly and, addressing the court, said: "We are embarrassed by the sudden closing of the case of the prosecution. We had not expected them to close so abruptly. We have no witnesses to call for the defense, but I aak the court that my colleague and myself be al lowed to address the jury." Permission waa granted by the court and Judge Titus began his address at 2:45. "Gentlemen of the jury," he began, "a calamity has fallen upon this na tion through the act of this man, but the question is whether his act was the act of an insane' man. If an in sane man It Is not murder and he should be acquitted of that charge. He would then, of course, be transferred to an asylum. "Much discussion baa occurred in our midst and has been called to my attention as to the propriety of any defense being interposed in this case. Many letters have been received by me since I was assigned with my associate to defend this man, questioning the propriety of a defense being attempt ed. You, gentlemen, know, perhaps, how Judge Titus and myself came in to this case. The position waa not sought by us, but we appear here In performance of a duty which we thought devolved upon us, notwith standing it waa an exceedingly dis agreeable one. "Gentlemen, when they become members of the legal profession be come members of the court They are comDelled.lf asslgned.to defend a crim inal, or rather the one who Is charged with a crime. They are compelled to respond and accept the duty unless they can present some reasonable ex cuse, and if they refusa to perform that duty they are guilty of a mis demeanor and are liable to punishment by the court "There are in our country Individu als, not, I hope, In very large numbers, but we know they are scattered all over the country, who think in a case like this or even in charges of much less degree that it is entirely proper that the case should be disposed of by lynch or mob law. We can hardly take up a paper without we learn that in some part of this free and inde pendent country some man has been murdered on the suspicion or belief that he was guilty of some crime. This state of things does not exist in our community, but it does in some parts of our state, as every intelligent man knows. "Gentlemen of the jury, while I be lieve firmly in that, I do not believe it creates a danger to this court equal to the belief, becoming so common, that men who are charged wltn crime shall not be permitted to go through the form of a trial in a court of jus tice, but that lynch law shall take the place of the calm and dignified ad ministration of the law in our courts of justice. When that doctrine be comes sufficiently prevalent in this Paminl Attenay Saass Cp At S:M District Attorney Penney be gan summing ap. He spoke in a clear, well-modulated voice and every word could be heard la any part of the room. He said in part: "It Is hardly possible for any man to stand np and talk about this case without the deepest emotion. It was the most awful tragedy that ever came upon the world. We have shown you how this defendant stood In the temple of music that afternoon and shot down our beloved President We have shown yon how he deliberated on and planned this awful crime. We have shown you how he attended anarchistic and so cialistic meetings, at which were sown in his heart the seeds of his terrible act "This Is no time for oratorical' dis play. ., Counsel for the prisoner and myself have endeavored to eliminate all sensationalism from this case. It is not my Intention to Indulge in ex tended remarks. You understand the responsibility resting upon you. Katleaal Heart Is Broken. "It is a great lesson that so great a man can stoop so low; that he was so great he could forgive his own as sassin. He was the noblest man, I believe, that God ever created. A man Time occupied hy the Jury in neUter atioa Thirty-tour minutes. mm PP 5& JUDGE WHITE, country. If it ever does, our institu tions will be set aside and overthrown. Trial aa Object Lesson. "This trial here is a great object les son to the world. Here is a case where a man has stricken down the beloved President of this country in broad day light, in the presence of thousands of spectators. If there was ever a case that would excite the anger, the wrath of those who saw it this was one, and yet, under the advice of the President, 'Let no man hurt him,' he was taken. confined in our prison, indicted, put upon trial here, and the case is soon to be submitted to you, as to whether he is guilty of the crime charged against him. That gentlemen, speaks volumes in favor of the orderly con duct of the people of the city of Buf falo. "Here was a man occupying an ex alted position, a man of irreproacha ble character; he was a man who had come here to assist us in promoting the prosperity of our great exposition. And he was shot down while holdingJ a reception. "His death has touched every heart inthls community and in the whole .world, and yet we sit here and quietly consider whether the man was re sponsible for the act he committed. JUDGE TITUS. (One of Counsel for Defense.) who stood near him in the temple of music said to me: 'I. have traveled in all parts of the World and have seen people assembled to greet their rulers, but when I saw people stand in the railroad stations and along the coun try through which the funeral train passed that they might get a look at the casket of this great man, I was convinced as never before that there is such a thing as a national heart' "That national heart was broken and it will take God's way and time to heal it "It was broken by a class of people who are coming to our country in in creased numbers, and while harbored by our laws they are propagating their malicious views; a class of people that mutt be taught that we have no place for them on our shores, a class of peo ple that must be taught that they can not take the life of anyone Irrespective of consequences." Jadgc White's Charge. Justice White negan his charge to the jury at 3:29 o'clock. He arose from his seat and stepped to the side of the bench nearest the jury box. He said: "Gentlemen of tae jury: In this case the defendant has acknowledged his guilt Such an acknowledgment under such circumstances cannot go to the Jury or the court The law re quires that the defendant charged with such a crime must be tried. The law says that all the facts must be ob served and reviewed by you. The law guarantees that the defendant shall have a fair trial by twelve men, Im partial and fair, capable of taking the testimony of the trial and giving It thorough consideration, if whpn all the circumstances of the case are considered by you there still exists in your minds a reasonable doubt that the defendant is guilty you cannot find this man guilty. The peo ple have submitted evidence tending to show that this defendant committed this crime; they have given evidence tending to show that there was design and premeditation, and, If In accord ance with that premeditation and de sign these shots were fired, then the defendant Is guilty of the crime of murder in the first degree. "You must consider all this evidence that the people have submitted to you. You must consider it fairly and with out prejudice. You are the sole judges of fact? In this case." When the trial was ended and the verdict rendered. Judge Titus, at the request of District Attorney Penney, admitted that the defense had no sug gestion to make as to the time when the final judgment should be pro nounced. Justice White then said that as it was the custom to give the guilty murderer two days between the find ing of the verdict and the sentence, he would adjourn court till 2 o'clock Thursday, when judgment will be pro nounced. The prisoner was then handcuffed to his guards and led back through the tunnel to jail. Length of trial-Eight hours and Anarchy took its nigh priestess from the prison to the hearthstone Tuesday morning at Chicago. With smiles and kind words for all Emma Goldman be came a free woman shortly after nln o'clock. Prosecutor John Owens said there had been an agreement with the attorneys for the defense that both sides would abide in the Goldman case h th dacisioa In the cases of the men who were released yesterday. He therefore would state that he would interpose no objection to her release. "Dismissed for want of prosecution," said Justice Prindlville. Then the woman with the stern blue eyes was taken through the crowd, and a few moments later escorted to a cab, which was driven to the home- of the Isaaks. FOR A PACIFIC CABLE. Company to Lay a Line From California ta Philippines. Articles of Incorporation were filed at Albany having in view the laying of a cable from the Pacific coast to Ha waii and the Philippine islands. The company w.il be affiliated with the Commercial Cable company, and all its incorporators are officials of that cor poration. The length of the cable will be about 8,500 miles. The part first laid will be from . California to the Ha waiian islands, a distance of about 2, 200 miles. It is expected tnst this por tion will be laid and-in operation with in nine months. The time required for the laying of the remainder of the cable from uie Hawaiian islands to the Philippine islands will depend upon how quickly tho cable can be manu factured, but may be completed in two years. According to the articles of in corporation the company's lines are to begin in New York city, although from that point to the Pacific coast the line of other companies may be used. The capital stock of the company is to be $100,000, divided into shares of $100 cccn. The term of existence of the cempany is fixed at 1,000 years. Poisoned by Mosqalto Bite. Mrs. Thomas Eaves, living Fourth and Walnut streets, Gloucester, N. Y., was bitten on a finger of her right hand several weeks ago by a mo squito. Her hand became swollen and she visited the Cooper Hospital, Cam den, where physicians found it neces sary to amputate the finger. It is sup posed that the mosquito which bit her had been on some poisonous weed. A Prtaaaer'a Odd Proposition. Ben De Lamos, a prisoner in the Columbus, O., penitentiary, is prepar ing; a unique request to the authori ties. He offers to give a bond in $100, 000 If permitted to attend the Grand Army of the Republic encampment at Cleveland, saying he has never missed one. De Lamos was sentenced for a technical violation of the pension laws. He is the man who slept in the speak' er's chair in the Alabama house as a tramp, and within two years was elect ed a member. A New Zealaad Kalelch. A graceful act of reverence to the Duchess of York is reported from Ohincmutu, New Zealand. After alighting from the coach they had to traverse a rather muddy road leading to the village. This was noticed by the native clergyman, Mr. Ratama Te Awe Kotuku, who took off his korowai mat, and, Raleigh-like, threw it In the worst place on which the duches3 would have to cross. at THE SULTAN'S PALACE. Papalar Coaatesa aa American. The large part which Count von Waldersee is occupying in public at tention has brought out many kindly comments on the countess, which al ways include a mention of the fact that she is an American. It is re called that she is the only woman who ever came off victorious in en counters with the late Prince Bis marck, to .whose downfall she is al leged to have contributed. The Absence of It. If there is any truth in the saying that happiness is the absence of all pain, mental and physical, the enjoy ment of it can only be found in hea ven. But so far as the physical is con cerned, it is within easy reach; at least measurably so, as far as cure will go. Tbe sum of human misery in this line Is made up of greater or less de grees of physical suffering. The minor aches and pains which afflict mankind are easy to reach and as easily cured. There are none in the whole category, which, if taken in time, cannot be cured. They must in some form af flict the nerves, the bones, the muscles and Joints of the human body. They are all more or less hurtful and waste ful to the system. St. Jacob's Oil is made to cure them, to search out hid den pain spots, and to cure promptly in a true remedial and lasting way. Very, very many have not known hap piness for years till they used It, and very many are putting off cure and happiness because they don't use it. Last year there were 192,705 miles of telegraphic lines and 933.153 miles of wire in the United States. fLIBBYSf 1 SOUPS. !! 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Architects and engineers are building and rebuilding incessantly. Some new secret retreat is always under way. The entire domain is surrounded by an immense wall, thirty feet high, and the choicest troops of the empire stand guard around it An inner wall, twelve feet thick, with gates of iron, incloses the. private residence itself. The walls of the sultan's dwellings are filled with armor plate, to resiBt pro jectiles. It is said that a mysterious passage connects with ten secret bed chambers, 'forming an intricate laby rinth. No one but his body attendant knows where the sultan may sleep dur ing any particular night He has elec tric lights and telephones in his own apartments, but forbids them In Con stantinople. Telephones might prove handy for conspirators and he be lieves that a dynamite cartridge could be sent over a wire into the palace. He fears electric explosions, so Con stantinople gets along with gas light He hates the word dynamo, because It sounds like dynamite. Balloons art tabooed, lest one should pause over him long enough to drop a chunk of explosive. As to the real luxury of the Yildiz that is a matter of course. The do main is a small world in itself. Five thousand people live within the outer wall, not counting a small army of workmen and the 7,000 imperial guardsmen. There are shops, factor ies, arsenals, stables, a library, mu seum, picture gallery, theater and even a menagerie. The monarch loves trees but he keeps their branches well lopped off, so that he can see to the farthest corner of his grounds. Chicago News. Clear white clothes are a sign that the housekeeper uses Red Cross Ball Blue Large 2 oz. package, 5 cents. Romantic women rather like a plain tive lover. New York City, Jnne 12th, 1901. I heart ily recommend GarfleldTeafor liver trouble. Oar family physician prescribed your Tea, and after taking four packages my system is in perfect condition and my complexion has become clear." It has been demonstrat ed bv Years of use throughout the world that Garfield Tea cleanses the system and purifies the blood; from oil reports it would seem that nothing can ouual this simple herb med icine that cures in Nature's way. The best policy for a woman is to extend the chains of her lover. A BRUT COUNTRY The eyes of all America are turned to ward North Dakota's magnificent crops. Just harvested. Over 80.000.000 bushels ot wheat and 19.000.000 bushels of flax. Kood corn and abundant grasses. Thousauds ot farmers raised 14 to 18 bushels of flax per acre on new breaking, now bringing them $1.25 a bushel. Think of your get ting freo government land and realizing $23 per acre for tho first breaking! There is plenty of good government land left, but it is being taken up fast. Also excellent chances to go Into any business In new towns on the "Soo" Line. If you want free land, or are looking for good business locations, write D. W. Casseday. Land Agent. "Soo" Line. Mlnneapolls.Mlun K JTra NSIUra WaablaztoB. a.C. &S&SEalB7izili!1fa "j-nrton urou. in elrll war. IS ltuiiuiHaiiiijt riuim. am mictv nmBBnpaBrfrmmTpmiErm HP"a FUinai St Tmtmt of Dr. 0.BpJ WA rlps Bfown'i GlMt Kcmr-iy fo SBJ mrn;.EpUei!yn'ln'eiousDiielw.Ai!Aw W " a.nuarsBBoax.taMti. awata,a.x. ladles Can Wear Srioea. One size smallerafterusingAUen'sFooV Ease, a powder. It makes tight or new shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot,sweating aching feet, ingrowing nails, corns and bunions. All drnjgists and shoe stores, 25c. Trial package FREE by mail. Ad dress Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N.Y. Corbett's Farls Saloon. James J. Corbett, e rstwhile pugilist, has decided that Americans who visit Paris in future will not suffer. So Corbett has arranged to open an American saloon there which will be the wonder of the Parisians. That question is one you are called to twenty-five minutes. Numoer oi wimeswa seventeen; for tne aeieuoc, CZOLGOSZ FAMILY 18 SEE3C i State)! PATENTS ur tlUUTEEl BTASOH. FaOTSriCK gaimag. omasa, sea. II.J.Cevain.Uepreaeatatlve. EafS at Waaslagtoa. D.C- ISO. Usefal Galas Book oa Patents FatJEB. BTOESlsS VhaS JMSwetaSf MWtlStSalntt aUSaWf Hsstisa TUs rasec W.N. U. OMAHA Ns. 39-ifs Sir Henry's Heary. H. B. Irving, the elder td Sir Henry Irving's two sons, was 31 on August 5. As an author he is winning rec ognition by his books. Mr. Irving be longs to the greatly increasing band of university men who have" become actors, for he was educated at Oxford. It is now ten years since he made his first appearance on the stage, which he left for a time In order to finish his reading .for the bar. HaBMCaSsXlBaaamfaaBaV ObH lailBjfcMargeMlajviB Knasoa Almost a Memory. To the present generation of music lovers the name of Christine Nilsson is in the nature of a tradition. Mme. Nilsson today is better known as the Countess de Miranda. Her birthday occurred on August 3, when she was 58. Her first appearance was made in London in 1867, and she has sung only in some half dosen operas "The Magic Flute." "Martha," "Don Juan," "Faust' 'and "Robert the DeviL" atlffM That Vm mlaatlaa Skews Kaawleace of Plot Exists. Paul Czolgoss, father; Waldeck Czol- Obstaclee are in love what salt and pepper are in cookery. Ten can't tell a thing about a Uss aMe mouth Just by looking at it $1&mW7S decide." Judge Lewis was crying when he finished and the eyes of many of those in the courtroom were filled with tears. Judge Titus then arose and said that Judge Lewis had so completely covered the ground that it seemed entirely un necessary for him to reiterate it and he would therefore rest. rived at BuDklo from Cleveland Tues- i day afternoon. Each member of the Czolgosz family was put through a rigid examination Tuesday night by Assistant' District' Attorney Frederic'! Haller in the presence of Assistant Su perintendent Cusack and Detectives Geary and Solomon of the police de partment. For an hour and a half they were under a searching fire of ques tions, which resulted in the informa tion that they knew nothing about any plot, that they came from Cleveland to vindicate their own name, and, if possible, to aid the authorities by se curing from the prisoner some state ment as to his reasons for the assassination. cution, none. Actual time of taking testimony Four and one-quarter hours. Time of the state in arguing for con victionFourteen minutes. Time occupied by -the judge In charging jury Twelve minutes. from a railroad train. Saftig stated that he himself hadtied the handker- The Girl of Today. Little does the girl of the present day realize how much better off she is than the girl in the early part-, or the nineteenth century. Then she had to submit to social restrictions too nu merous to mention; she was treated with scorn and contempt if she once expressed any desire to work or do anything for herself and attempts to think out a subject for herself was deemed almost a sign of ill-breeding and lack of refinement. Her life was spent in a narrow groove, and her mind was not allowed to develop to its full extent. Intercourse with tho other sex was carried on under the rigid surveillance of an austere and elderly chaperon. Nowadays a woman has almost perfect freedom in what ever she cares to do. Chaperons are getting rarer and rarer, and social in timacy with men is allowed without one thinking it means aught beyond a pleasant and natural friendship. New York Weekly. CLAIMS TO Bat CZOaVGOBZ AID. WvH!' PATRICK V CUSACK. (Chief ot Buffalo Detectives.) goes, brasher, and Victoria Czolgosz. sister of the president's sjsassin, ar- St. Leal Maa, Believed ta Ba Hetarlety Seeker. Alleges Flat. Edward Saftig, who was arrested at, St. Louis, claimed that he had been the prime mover in the plot to assas sinate President McKlnley, but this confession is believed to be due to desire for notoriety or else that Saf tigs mind is affected by a recent fall 1 1 ill 'tit4 In the bakeries of La Rochefoucauld In France it is said that women en ter the ovens when they are 301 de grees. The least guarded of the monarchs of Europe is the old King of Denmark. He is said to walk about the streets I absolutely unattended. that the handkerchief was not tied. Charles Pettit, a waiter who is em ployed at the hotel where Saftig board ed, also has cast doubt upon the story by affirming that Saftig stood with him in front of the newspaper offices and read the bulletins the night the presi dent was shot. Henry Schneider, the proprietor of the hotel, corroborates the fact that Saftig was in St. Louis at the time of the assassination. THE CHEAPEST PAINT The economy in using Devoe ready paint is in re sults more than price. It covers more and lasts longer than lead and oil, two to one; ten to one of some paint. Use Devoe; and figure cost by the square yard, or year, not by the gallon; it's the cheapest paint made, figured that way. Ask the nearest dealer for Devoe; insist on having it. Our pamphlet on painting free if you mention this paper. GOOD-PAINT DEVOE, CHICAGO. Sold (with or without Bill- iiurand'iamiiaLinirjMiaca- inMift PTiilianmiil Ifltntfwl I MMAKffT 9m ' and Knnalreil- 1'anuron TvTMnrritcr Ribbons for nil Ma- chines. Linen Papers. Carbon! raper, ana miscellaneous i ypc-1 wnicr suyyuKo ouu luutiuv. 1G19 Farnam St.. Omaha. Cheaper Th?n Passes. 19.S to Indianapolis and Keturu- On sale Sept. 16. 3. 3); Oct. 7. ZO.te to Louisville. Ky., and Return. On sale Sept. 16. 23. CO: Oct. 7. Stze.39 to Cincinnati, O.. and Itctnrn. On sale Sept. 16, 23. CO; Oct. 7. SS.70 to Colambna, Ohio, and Return. On sale Sept. 16. 23. 30; Oct. 7. 29.se to SprlngSeld. .. and Krturn. On sale Sept. 16. 23, 30; Oct. 7." ai-XO to Sandosky. O., and Kcturn. On sale Sept. 16, 23. CO; Oct. 7. 43.7S to New Yorn and Ketnrn, Daily. S3B.7S to Baffulo and Return, Dully. 1S3A to St. tools. Mo., and KMurn. On sale Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sept. D to Oct. 12. ll.SO to St- Lou In. 31o and Return. On sale Oct. 7 to 12. nOMESEKKEKS EXCURSIONS. On sale 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Tourist rates on sale DAILY to all sum mer resorts, allowing stoo-overs at De troit. Nlajjnra Falls. liutTnlo anil oth;r points. For rates, lake trips. Pan-American descriptive matter and all informa tion, call at t)ITY TICKET OFFICE. 1415 Farnam Street, (I'axton Hotel II Ik.) or write IIAKKY K- MOOKES, G. A. P. D., Onialur, Neb. aMMfaWsw4Mi CHESTER its LEADER" and "REPEATER SMOKELESS POWDER SHOTGUN SHELLS sre used by the best shots In the country- because ther are so accurate, nniinnn mm roiiiM Ail th wnrld'schamrjinnshios and records have been won and made, hv Winchester shells. Shoot them and TOU'U shoot well. 1 USED BY THE BEST SHOTS. SOLD EVERYWHERE aanvnaaawnafBaaaaatfawMBjaseMaBaMMMSMMni a firilTO III A nvlTTfl mnkt-nA'n:inQ Ar,Km k Ktsu PRESIDENT AllrN I N WAN I til on?y s"7rl"officlathent"c Hfe o 'McKINLEY. nUbll I V W fsl nasw ,j BTnu t of our other msrtjr i'renldents. Lincoln buJ Garfield; complete Knlde hutory of the Tlllalnoos working, of the ansrrhl.tlc clePro'e,''""t trmteS-over aeo pwe.: Hbeml commlwlon to .Rent. nd a trlht mrnteed !nr i tho.e 'In the sdvsnced ; poltlon. Yon never hd a better opportunity to make Die: money q.ilrkly and ea'llr Ibanyoa barely You "an make 300 per month fof tbe next three months pu.hlnit thl- maneloiit hl.tory of a Seat and good and naersl life. Strike now. while tbe Iron la hot IK not delay, for every day I wrt b from e.Oe SSO.OO to yon. And bear In mind that If r demonstrate to us that you can ''; ' that later In thefall we will be wllllns to employ you nnder a tralht out guaranteed alary to a pp..nt ; an 1 iMtraet other agent. Tbla U the chance of .lifetime. Wemakeourown booka and can e l y dun Irato k.Sv,of.iir.rthr house and will do ao. Many of thee concern that are advert Wnit Mckinley bop rn merefr genera stent. WlS, -ihelr bioks from'... He advlae you to order from n. and inn. de. Id irerii, with the manufacturer." Credit (riven: freight paid; outfit free. Write today and aend trn rente for n.tm 7oa ontHt! CO-OFERATIVK I'lIB. CO. (Mannfactnrers of the only official .Life &MfuSRfu90B-& liEAKBOKN STREET. CHICAGO. SAMUEL CALDWELL. (Sheriff.) chief round Czolgoss band, but the falsltv of this t proved by the fact CASE AGAINST MOST DELATED. Trial Adjonrned on Account of Anar chist's Arrest In Corona. The case against Jobann Most, who vras to have been arraigned in the court of special sessions at New York Tuesday for publishing an alleged se ditious article in his paper, the Frei heit, has been adjourned indefinitely. This action was" taken because of the fact that Most is in jail at Corona, L. I., where he was arrested at a eo called anarchist meeting last Sunday night. Careful measures taken to protect Einperor WilHam at bis bunting lodge liHRJIi SllraD x MBaTnnsawfSr ? V" ff SSBnESV Vt& rT: J. Vaaflll. IgH trarSwH -BanHaX wBfo d4m Afmasr REourasNocoairiG 4H mSk PREMREOFOR IliilmT. SwBlfaw' BWTf HAcHMCb. When you buy starch just buy starch aione not starch and premiums. Premiums are" cheap things that may help to sell a starch but they don't make it any cheaper. Defiance" brand of starch is the cheapest because the package is the largest sold fcr 10 cents 1C ounces for 10c and it is the best starch made. If your grocer does pot keep it send us his name and we will send you one trial pack age free. At Wholesale by McCord-BrfjLdy- Co. and Paxton & Gallagher. Omsvhsv. Nebraska- S0Z0D0NT f tbi Teeth Breath 25 At aN Hm, tr iy HtH ftr tfct pri". ULL t WCKEL, Htw Y,rk. L.- i A . vH i" .. v a . w, . L r- m'. r. i : r A ? sT ' Vf. I. . r -e ? ', J -' I o "' . a- .1 'I .1 g t 'I 4 4 .JA &fl & 1 V,y 'l?SJZ?ZjZ3.? J ciiSssasi m?M -2 -- - ." gaVs.WiKayi-i.-iJei5 - - - aW- r -i"--"- -NT. ' - ., - iJ5fl4K&lfi6u ,S- .Isacfr -jfi . sSU-aak