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I'l lll.IHIII.ll t I KI V, lav. i;i;n:!ri;;, ti xsi m:k" It fpm to ho tho in n ,Hagon for the erii!y bear. Wearing rtniMard poultices ix ar wuy to keep -warm. Is Tlicro has txTn noticeable slump n tte dironiid for sleeping porcbs. Wlirri nil g paid and done. by should anybody uni to ko lo Kunula? Missouri la hi proud of tier zinc and lead nines n lie t i.r Coru f elds When the weatunr starts out to break records It makta a nuisance of ifaelt. Those mho refuse to Join the good ronda movement Intend no doubt to buy alrahlpa. Let ua pause to be thankful that the world's aupply of coal baa not yet been exhausted. New Yorker cut off bla nose while hating, but It la not likely that b did It to apite bla face. The drop In eggs la not aufflelently precipitate to knock the bottom out of cold storage cornera. After mlqce plo hna been standard ized haah should be, and then the mil lenlum will be close at hnnd. Aviators tell ua that they are losing lntereat In the flying game, but egg how no algna of coming down. According to Edison's Joyful oewa for newlyweda, concrete furnltnre U uo longer an abstract proposition. An effort Is being made to establish a new alphabet. Even at that, It's as good a way to kill time aa playing solitaire. Some one has enriched the con science fund of the Philadelphia treas ury by 19 cents. Here's somebody evidently who is bound to have peace at any price. Modern college football Is too tamo, according to some critics. If the col leges want something lively why not adapt the practice of holding peace conferences? The restaurant oyster pearl fisher ies are working on schedule time. A man In a New Jersey town found thro pearls, valued at $100 apiece. In bis plate of oysters. The greatest panic the country ever knew would follow If women refused to buy new clothes for six months. ays a dressmaker In convention. For panic substitute Jubilee. Connecticut couple announce that they were wedded during the Civil war and have kept tho secret fifty years. And yet some people tell us that a woman cannot keep a secret A Kansas man who was Intoxicated while serving as a juror was fined $2 and barred from jury service forever. Now and then we think a sober and industrious man gets the worst of It One hundred high school girls In New York studying domestic science have adopted a real baby for demon' stratlon purposes. That baby will be lucky If It survives Its part In the field of science. ' "Now somebody should submit list of the world's greatest hens, since we are going In for the honor ing of philanthropists." Don't believe twenty can be found that have laid an egg In a month. "Boston is lacking in religion," says Dr. Abbot, but why should the Boston eae care as long as they have plenty of beans and codfish T Germany's 17 dirigible war balloons are simply 17 gasbags sadly out of date. No other country Is a bit alarmed by them. The census man Informs us that there are 16,502 Jackasses In American cities. Evidently the census man has overlooked a few. Crocodile tears are what the coal man would shed to express bis grief because people are so extravagant In running their furnaces. New Yorker strayed In the pathway of a bullet, but a diary which he had in his pocket stopped the bullet and saved his life. Another victory for literature. A New York grass widow declares that she can't possibly provide for her five-year-old 6on on $5,000 a year, which no doubt explains why she's a grass widow. The Gaekwar of Baroda. recently prominent, makes way for the Knkuk tu of Urga, Russia's choice for the "outer" Mongolian monarchy. Old age. according to a scientist Is a germ. The scientist may be right ,but we bave reason to believe that it is one of the unswattable kind. , A' Philadelphia bachelor, wealthy, killed himself because be was so lone ly. Here was a caae of misery not loving company well enough to marry it A New York society young woman has married a man she met in the slums, but probably she won't get to the divorce court any quicker than of the fashionable women vho married counts. A foreign baterloloftfat died in con eeqwnce of being bitten by a mouse vhtch lie had Inoculated ror Diooa poisoning. Put scientists generally will uol envy his fate In being per mitted to share with the mouse thf honor of dying a martyr to the cause cf science. WILL QUIT THRONE BUT KEEP TITLES IMMEDIATE ABDICATION PLANNED BY MANCHU KULERS. Armies of Brigands riunder Travelers Along Roads Leadiug Intu Uarbin. I'ekinj;. It ill understood tlmt inline duitH aliilicHtion of tho throne lii Imm-ii decided upon u a remit of the confer rmu between tlin niioreoii downger, I'riiiee (Jinn, ex -regent, nn.l I'linee ClnuK, the ex-premier, in aecordiinre with con ditions laid down by tli llcjit.hlii-uut, namely, that the iiiiierinl family and prim-en are to retain their empty title, reniJi in Pikina or id.ie where tit their plehitire and receive annual peiniunit gregating 3,000,000 tm Is (ifu',000,000) and that the transfer of power will be effected with aa little loss of dignity to the throne a pontiblc. Many aoldiera were killed by the ev plosion of a dynamite mine umWr an imperiulict troop train, which waa pro ceeding from Siaokan, thirty mile north of lUnkovr, to IIo-Nan. A bomb wua thrown at the viceroy, who wan traveling on another train, but it Htruck the car adjoining, killing a number of soldiers, but not injuring the viereoy. (Jen. Liang-Pi, a former commandant of the imperial puarda, who wan injured ou January 27 by a bomb thrown by a Cbinexe. while the general wa alight ina from hi carriage, at bin home in Peking, has ainre died. Mukden police ure raiding homes of prominent men aupevtod of sympathis ing with the revolutionary party, aa naHninating them and carrying off their 'wives anil daughters. Consular reports eonfiiin the accounts of scores of mur dors nightly. Whole armies of mounted robbers arc plundering travelers along tho roads leading into Harbin. These brigands hold the rich for ransom, which lias to bo paid cither in guns and ammunition or in money. - They torture and kill their victims if the ransom is not fortheom ing. The law-abiding Chinese of the ivicinity are praying for the intervention of the Japanese in .Southern Manchuria and of the Russians in the north. FOLK WILL NOT ENTER RACE Says Clark Has Too Strong Control of Presidential Primary, 5t. Louis, Mo. Former Gov. Jos. W Folk refused to participate in the Demo cratic presidential primary in St. Louis because he held that practicaly every member of the Democratic city commit tee, under whose auspices tho contest is to be held, either filed nplicatinn for membership or was a member of th Champ Clark delegation from Ilia ward. Made Dress Too Tight. New York. A graphic story of her embarrassing appearance when she at tended a wedding in a new dress which :climbed up to her knees and then split across the. back when she tried to sit down, won a favorable decision for Miss Marie I. Hess, a wealthy young St. Louis woman, today, in the third district municipal court in a suit brought by Leonard Cohn, a ladies' tailor of this city, to recover an unpaid bulance or" $31, claimed to be due on the gow n. Bridge Ohio at Paducah. Chicago, 111. A new gateway to the South is planned by the Burlington, Frisco, Illinois Central, and Louisville end Nashville railroads. It involves the construction of a bridge three miles long across the Ohio river at Paducah, Ky. It will cost approximately $4,500,000 and will require two years to build. The expense, it is said, will be borne equally by the railroads, which have formed the Kentucky-Illinois Bridge Company for the purpose, ' Broker Kills Self. New Orleans. Immediately following the announcement on the floor of the New Orleans cotton exchange that Charles D. Findley, member' of tho cot ton brokerage firm of F'indlcy & Simp eon, had committed suicide, announce ment of the failure of the firm was made Three Children Burned to Death. Phillipsburg, N. J. Tlireo children were burned to death when a fire broke out in the home of Charles Ciccorelli, owner of a moving picture. The blaze started from overheated stoves and de veloped so rapidly that the little ones, who Were sleeping in a rear room on tho second floor, were incinerated in their beds. Wealthy Man Killed Self. Oklahoma City, Okla. John Myer, a wealthy citizen and dealer in real es tate, took carbolin acid in his office aud was found dead. Ho was a close friend of John Angleton, who killed himself by the same means. Oil Motor Ship Is Success. Copenhagen, Denmark. The Selaudia, the largest oil motor ship in the world, Underwent a successful trial trip here during which she maintained a (speed of twelve knots an hour. Cmld-Wife Divorce. Elyria, O. Mrs. Lillian Huntington Dawley, 1G, dausrhter of Commodore W. R. Huntington of the Sandusky Yacht Club and heir to tho big Hunting- ton estate m Cleveland, was granted a divorce from Noyes Rand Dawley, son of a Charleston!, W. Va., banker. Meningitii in Kansas. ' Kansas City, Mo. Nineteen cases of eerebro-spinal meningitis have been re ported to the health authorities of the two Kansas Citys- since the first of Jan uary. Gives Husband Poison Pie. Iona, Mich. Mrs. Amelia Jones, con victed of attempting to murder her husband by feeding him poisoned pie, was sentenced to ten years in the De troit bouse of correction. Her victim ' crippled for life. Two Are Cremated. New York. A Brooklyn boy of six years and a girl of four were-cremated in their beds and two other children, brother and sister of the victims, were burned by the explosion of au oil lamp. WARNING "a OocyHnht. WL MAKE INQUIRY INTO THE COST OF LIVING COMMISSION TO INQUIRE INTO CAUSE HERE AND ABROAD. President Advocates Building of Rail road by Government Into Min eral Fields of Alaska. Washington. Demand for immediate legislation to permit the beginning of the development of Alaska and the open ing of Alaakun resources is made in a message ou tho work of the interior de partment and other matters sent to con gress by Peraideut Taft. While making it plain that he docs not indorse the wido principles of gov ernment ownership, nevertheless the president declares that, in justice to the Alaskan people and the United States, .congress ought to open the way to al low the government to construct a rail road into the rich mineral lields of the territory. The chief question among tho "other matters" relate to industrial . disputes and the high cost of living. The pres ident, alarmed by trie growing hostility betwecp capital and labor which twen tieth century conditions are fostering, asks for a commission which shall pro vent strikes aud smooth the relations between employers mil employe. President Taft recommends that this government take the initiative in the formation of an international commis sion which shall investigate the causes of the increase in the prices of the neces sities of life the wjrld over. PRISON ATTACKED BY MOB Battle Rages Several Hours Rojas Is Released. Chihuahua, Mex. Ninety mutinous rurales, aided by a score of recruits, com pelled Gov. Gonzales to release from the penitentiary Antonio Rojas, a former militant partisan of Kmilio Vasquez Go mez, and, three of his men, after having fought for three hours the local garrison, commanded in person by Gen. Pascual Orowo. The price demanded by the reb els ; ir ceasing to fight was by repre sentatives of the rebels and the gov ernor. Five rurales are known to be dead as a result of the fight and a number wounded. Among the latter were Silverio Orozco, cousin of Pascual Orozco. Tho dead includes Capts. Salgado and Gu tierrez. The rebel losses are unknown. JUMPED FROM LIBERTY And the Jumper Got $1,500 for Bis Perilous Leap. Now York. F. Rodman Law, steeple jack by profession, "biggest fool in New York," by self-deseription, and "always willing to try anything once,", leaped from the uppermost ledge of the torch of the statue of Liberty with a para chute, a distance of 345 feet. For 150 feet he dropped at lightning speed, within six feet of the statue. The spectators, horror-stricken, feared that the canvas would never opem In deed, professional jumpers almost unan imously declared that the distance was too short for the descent to be suffi ciently checked. PENSION BILL IS PASSED Measure Going Through House Carries $153,000,000 Appropriations. Vasliington.--Tlie pension appropria tion bill carrying about $152,000,000, passed the house by a vote of 245 lo Z'i after several Southern Democrats had demanded a roll call vote. A provision excluding pensioners who live out of the United States was defeated by 1C0 to 133. The bill abolishes seventeen pen sion agencies which bave been main tained in different cities. Loans Prisoner Money. Galveston, Tex.- The unusual occur rence of a federal judge lending money to a prisoner whom he had previously fined, with which to pay tho fine im posed, was recorded at Galveston, when Judge Waller T. Burns of the district court of the Southern district of Texas advanced a prisoner $600. Judge Burns loaned the money to Jose Donales San doval, who was convicted for violating the neutrality laws of the United States In support of the revolution in Mexico of which Bernardo Reves was the head. G. H. Munroe Dead. Daytona, Fla. -George H. Monroe, treasurer of the Lakes-to-the-Gulf Deep Waterway Association, one of tho lar gest orange growers in Florida, dropped dead in the bathroom of his winter home here. 14-Year-Old Girl Suicide. Hartford, Mich. Despondent over a childish tfcve affair, l-year-old Grace Cutler aw flowed strychnine in a public school h'-A-, coolly informed her teacher of the md died in a few hours. Mm Z44 2s-i- STEEL MEN DENY VIOLATION OF LAW FIVE ANSWERS FILED BY THIRTY THREE DEFENDANTS. Rockefellers Deny Part in Formation ol Steel Trust Carnegie Co. Not in Restraint of Trade. Trenton, N. J. Absolute dunial ol alleged violations of the anti-trust lat is made by the United States Steel Corporation, its subsidiaries and direc tors, in their answers tiled in tho United State district court here, to the gov ernment's dissolution suit. Five sep arate answers are filed among thirty three defendants. The effect of its organization, the cor poration declares, has been to cheapen production, effect economies and increase foreign trada from $8,000,000 to $60,000,- 000 annually within ten years. So long has the government acquiesced in its existence, the answer says, that it is now too late, a a matter of equity, to insist that its organization is illegal. Nothing Mas withheld from President Roosevelt by Messrs. Gary and Frick, on Nov 4, 11)07, the answer says, whei they proposed purchase of the Tennes see Coul, Iron and ltuilroad Company) nor were the so-called Gary dinners pro ductive of agreements to regulate price. The answers made public are those of the steel corporation. Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, Sr., John D. Rocke feller, Jr., and Edmund C Converse. The Rockefellers make a" joint answer. The Messrs. Rockefeller deny they bad an active part in the formation or man ugemeiit of the corporation, tho cider Rockefeller declaring that he has had no immediate relation to the iron or steel business since 1001. Mr. Carnegie says he had no part in tho plans for organizing the corpora tion and no voice direct or advisory, in its management. He admitted selling the Carnegie Steel Company to the United States Steel Corporation, but denies that the acqusition by the Car negie company of its subsidiaries was in restraint of trade. The answer of Edmund C. Converse, a director of the United States Steel Cor poration, is similar to the corporation's answer. $30,000 HOLD-UP IN PARIS Bank Messenger is Robbed of $150,000 Francs. Paris. A bunk messenger was held up by an unknown man on the Passage Meslay at 9:30 this morning and robbed of 150,000 francs, about $110,000. The robber overpowered the messenger after a short struggle, threw pepper into his eyes, pinned "his arms behind his back and threw him on the pavement. He then extracted the ease of notes from the victim's pocket aud made liiH escape.' Dividend on 1909 Pool. Lexington, Ky. The Burley Tobacco Society announced that it is prepared to make a 20 per cent distribution of funds for the 1909 tobacco pool, amount ing to approximately $2,000,000. With this addition it is estimated that the pooling of tobacco has plueed about $20, 000,000 in the white burley tobacco districts. 89-Year-Old Forger. New York. Standing in a shaking palsy iu police court today, "Old Charley Bartlett" admitted that in his time, he had been one of the cleverest forgers in tho United States, waived ait examina tion on a charge of forgery and was held for action by the grand jury. Bart lett is known to the police of more than twenty cities, and according to his own admission has been "serving terms in prison more or less here aud there since the year 1S-19." Bartlett is S9 years old. ' Life Term For Lee. Evanaville, In 1. William - Lee, con fessed murderer of bis father, mother and brother, was declared guilty by a jury, which fixed his punishment at life imprisonment. He expressed no emo tion when the verdict was read. Tho relatives of Lee were killed while they slept, Aug. 24, last. Their heads were crushed with an axe. Lee had declared that "it is all a dream to me," but his memory was not at fault, excepting on points directly connected with the mur ders. Fear Trouble in Peking, Poris. kars of an outbreak in Pe king are increasing. Many of the wealthy Chinese hava brought large quantities of their treasures to the foreign lega tions and have asked for protection for their lives and property. Anto Starts $200,000 Fire. Attleboro, Mass. Starting from the explosion of an automobile a fire dt- stioyvd the opera house block with a loss that will reach $200,000, WAYWARD WIFE AND LOVER KILL SELVES GAS ENDS ROMANCE OF MRS. SNYDAM AND FRF.D NOLLE. Husband, From Whom She Ran Away, But Whom She Loved, Helped Break Into Apartments. New Yolk. Double suicide Sunday ended Hie eiiut i.m.il imiuiuee of tho former wife of Walter L. Siiydum nnd Frederick Noble, the joiing plumber, for the Ioe of whom Mi. Snvdam ran away from her millionaire husband and mar ried. Cla-ped in e:ch other's srins, they were found lifeless from jM asphyxia tion in their pretty apartment nt h'i u est Iwillth street. 1 lu re was no possibility of uifidelit. Their street clothes had been laid carefully away, every room bad been put to right t Thev were not happy together. They really did not love one another. Tho young wife never loved any man except Walter LisHmiird Snydiini, the million aire husband, from whom she ran away on Sciitember 0 last. Fred Noble, tho son of a Brooklyn pluber, knew this; knew that she married him only to set herself as right as might be before the world, lie married her only to give her what standing a wedding ring might im part W ith the excitement of the elopement over with, tli newspaper notoriety came to an end, the final divorce papers granted and the marriage only three wrecks ago a sit tied thing, the life of the runaways became a humdrum, mo notonous affair. There was no newness for one to liiid In the other. There wero no friends, save two or three, to give them new interests. They had only each other uud their interest in each other had been nearly played out, when it should have begun. "My friend," said Louise Snydam about a week ago to one of the few who stood by them, "you and 1 and Fred, young, heedless, cynical, living in tin reckless, town of New York, may laugh sometimes at old things like the law and religion, when they say 'Thou ahalt not. We may think that phrase was written for old fogies; also we may sneer at 'The wages of sin is death.' "But, my friend, there conies to all of us sometimes tha knowledge that the law and religion are right. What they say we shall not do wo cannot do with out suffering. I have learned that; also the wages of sin is death. It's worse than death it's hell on earth." TO EDUCATE AGRICULTURISTS Southern , Railway Will Give Scholar ships in Agricultural Colleges. Washington. President Finley, of the Southern Railway Company, announces that, as a means of supplementing tho extensive work being done by the com pany for the advancement of agrieultuft in the territory traversed by its lines south of the Potomac and Ohio rivers and cast of the Mississippi, it has been decided to inaugurate Southern Railway scholarships in the State Agricultural College in each state traversed by the lines of the company. Mr. Finley will take this matter up at once with the president of each agri cultural college concerned, asking him to permit the company to pay for the scholarships and to select the young men to be benefited by them. The scholar ships, which are to cover the full four year course in agriculture, are to be awarded in accordance with plans to be agreed upon between the presidents of the colleges and the railway company and are to bo given to young men re siding in counties traversed by the lines of the company, and who would other wise be financially unable to avail them selves of an agricultural college training. As soon as arrangements have been definitely perfected, full details as to the scholarship or scholarships to be awarded in each state, will bo an nounced. ANTI LEADER ARRESTED ihibited Whiskey Which He Alleged Was Purchased Illegally. Charlotte, N. C President R. L. Da vis of the North Carolina Anti-Saloon League was arrested here under ad testi ficandum warrants, issued by the police justice at the conclusion of a prohibi tion mass meeting at which he exhibited to the audience eight pint bottles of whiskey which bo declared had been purchased illegally from local drug stores and clubs. Save People, Says Oweni New York. Robert L. Owen, United States senator from Oklahoma, made, a plea for a national bureau of health at the weekly luncheon of the Republican C'luJ here. "We spend millions in pro tecting the country from the gypsy moth, the boll weevil, the Texas tick and the Canadian thistle," bo said, "and take no active steps to safeguard the human life of the nation." The senator said he was convinced public demand for a national uureau oi neauu was uiiau iinous. Noted Ouiiaw Dies. Crab Orchard, ly. Alter Iigiirmg m many Kentucky shooting affrays, Grove Kennedy, TO years old, at one time noted outlaw in this section of the state, the father of three murderers, died natural death at his borne near here Kennedy and all three of his sons were sent to the penitentiary for murder committed at various times. During the bitter part of tho elder Kennedy's life he professed religion, and bis last illness is attributed to grief over the recent death of a son in the penitentiary at Frankfort. $13,000,000 Fire Damage. Victoria, B. C The great lirts Osaka, Japau, ou January 16 and 17 which destroyed 5,268 buildings and made 30,000 peoplo boinclesv, caused the death or injury of 70 persons and finan cial loss of $13,000,000, according to steamer advices reccicved here. The damage spread toward the Temoji, historical section of Osaka, abounding in Buddhist temples. The prietss rang their temple bells and beat their drums to call the gods to assist. The winds veered and the temoles were siirei' CF THE A2E OF CHIVALRY at Victim of Cupid Bashfully Ac knowledges ft il Reason for Hi Act ef Heroism. The smallest I'oy bad broben hrough tho Iro and tho fat boy was crawling to his rescue. "Come back. Fatty!" the other boys shrieked. "You'll bunt it all In. an' den yonso'll both be drowned!" Hut the fat boy, flat on bis stom ach and spread out to bis widest ex tent, Ignored these warning cries and steadily crept toward the black hole and Tommy's clinging fingers. Onco the Ice made a rrarklng sound and the watchers yelled with dismay. But the fat bny did, not bait. Nearer and nearer ho came, snd finally his outstretched hands caught those cling ing fingers and drew the small boy, little by llttlo. onto the firmer Ice and so to safety. "AVhat did youae do It fer. Fatty?" one of the boys tearfully remonstrat ed. "Aw." replied the hero, "I knew what I lost In weight I made up In wldeness, see?" Then his face softened. "Besides," he bashfully said. "I'm sweet on Tommy's slater!" PIMPLES COVERED HIS BACK "My troubles began along In tha jumnier In the hottest weather and took the form of small eruptions and Itching and a kind of smarting pain. It took me mostly all over my back and kept getting worse until finally my back was covered with a mass of pimples which would burn and Itch at eight so that I could hardly stand It. This condition kept getting worse and worse until my back was a solid mass of big sores which would break open and run. Mr underclothing would be a clot of blood. "I tried various remedies and salves for nearly three years and I was not getting any benefit It seemed I was In eternal misery and could not sleep on my back or lean on a chair. I was finally given a set of the Cutlcura Remedies and Inside of two weeks I could see and feel a great relief. I kept on using Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and also the Resolvent, and In about three or four months' time my back was nearly cured and I felt like a Dew being. Now I am In good health and no sign of any skin diseases and I am fully satisfied that Cutlcura Reme dies are the best ever made for skin diseases. I would not be without them." (Signed) W. A. Armstrong, Corbln, Kan., May 26, 1911. Although Cutlcura Soap and Ointment are sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a sample of each, with 32-page book, will be mailed free on application to "Cutlcura," Dept. L Boston. On a Main Road. Pottleton drew up at the side of the road and accosted a man sitting on top of a load of hay. I say, colonel said he, "are we on the right road to Claypool Junction?" "Ya-as " said the farmer. "How's the road, pretty good?" asked Pottleton. Fine," said the farmer. "We've been 20 years wearin' them, rute through." Harper's Weekly. FAR BETTER THAN QtTIXITCR. 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