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THE BEE: 0MAI1A, WEDNESDAY,. OTOJMSR 22,
Your New Tailored Suit AT THIS PRICE, $22.50: These JusHrrived-atnda'waLit your inspec tion; hand tailored, from all wool; fabric in the season's latest styles;" all satin lined; an extra value at this price, $22.50. . Nu CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS The Store for HOWARD a AND SIXTEENTH JtTKEJETS TOM WATS01MS RELEASED Indictment Agsinit Atlanta Editor GBMkcd fey Cenrt. v HOT ritOfZXLY DRAW Kill Contains Only Part of Artie! Allege to Have Beer Bent Thr;h Mall In yiela (! ! IW. AUQUpTA, Oa., Oct. ?Lne trial her of Thomae B. Wataon, charged with jtwwUfiK oben matter through the maHa, en4d abruptly at noon today, whB Faa eral Judge Jtufu K. Footer awKAlnad Uv motion ef th df B quashing the laaict. ;nnt apalnat the 0or editor. Jb rHI that Via Indictment p xiui, Judge JPoeier 44; "It appear in thM indictment that th publication alleged to have been rent through tho mail In violation of the law are extract! from a complete article. It to tny opinio that the government la required U plead the entire ArtioJa and ia not entitled to pick oui a few para graphs hare and hera and malt tbm ihs bal of an Indictment" Ha added that K t government wer Viewed to pwsu aweb; a few K weuM 1 pIMe to lHet a perse tor Bend ing through th ma)U a copy H th MWa JiMf rtK mM that IH au. ainlmr th matte ef tfct defense, ha wan t ruHn en ita question m ts whether or not, th artl! war , and Mat TTT.fiwiTTM fB PV t7- "Wr "" TOWSAMDS COKTIMlJE" MB fctU frew P On.) intnaad fl mM ,M aveW cnrui), TM1 tare are thn aatt4. "d 0 Of). MIFCft "f Ye I, Thta wm the Igjftat 4iy "fne ht lo cal affia aHM4 vk. Hd th )ln iwt MhWi4 Witll Kta In tM night, D-t th raM wac; tK Noiha Wilt rmtw ) day and aIhU flvtry train 1 now aftlMr Jn hukada who Mk to rttr and autombla coma aa far aa 0 IlM In oj6 lMdMKia Thara taa a dearth of saollna for a raw houra today, aera than 1,W aallpna hvnf Cauac of 111 Health TMe atarUltif UVa)tnt hu 4an maif mMlKflt a?4t tt ulna Ca ut of Um, yaafta wh (Male they ate Mtffer- Heart Tfaatwaaa, iMetfv, er thar ata tonna t 4eeaa ar a)a fferlac from' Mmr' riy are Mimi takaMa alffa of Wmy dfeaee-at In the Wd. awalUtur uader tke hu. oVry ptifn. 'dun eaR9el, tired faettnc, Ipfl of $mtw, at. T aMNi raHaf you should Vxgir. pie uee of Ifarnar'a Bate Kldnty and Xiver Rweay, which man pbyaieiaiM y to the nlr remedy that can hmi wKH certainty the frait tlar nwetttree coneaKuwnK thaee ftnfertant orfaaa, H redwM the biftoMamaUeti. kttlida aew tie, etrntfe9tte and a. (torita the. k(dnya and liver and ro aWea thee itoMcate errwia to a their work fully and properly, 'Warner'a af Kldsty JNd Wrr Remedy a mada of jnire sere, and containa no d&ncereue drwie. Thta to the reason doc tori and epltala uae Jt ewjualvely for JtMnay tniublM, iM yJ ahouM -beartfi taidiur it fir Kianyaf are, not In a perfecUy healthy on4ltlon, A free aampla of AVar ner' fafe KWfltX PJ Liver liemedy will H nt tf you write Wamrr'e Safe Rem. etflea C5., peft. JW, Rocheatar, K, T. nip TMIf MBBKw ' a-, M-i, ' 11,1 I "" I 1 II III III I BBBBt MlBaasiBBlaMSttajiaWtX IHbbbbbbbbbbbbbb Ta iaJMa fam Mfeiaf rsaaW ff ataet pmest 51i CeepaM baa hU eae. THI IMFEWAL XMPIOlDgllY OUTFIT is nmn. td to b t)M (fMtMt (ntiioA amd blggwt UrtJn in PfttiriM rw offrL TM. 10p Pttrn hava reUil luw f 10 WnUdwh, oriworpttMW 10.00 in all. Brine UlXCmmm md emit to titte efflM and y will U T W-wpy-I"" eaTta W VVISf sssj pnp WTV VkllVi Jr7 Wail N wieHu4 with, One Gmipltte OtrWt, facludinf J5ook of Jrwttiefus n4 wi All MeUl Hoop, Thai 68 cents is to eevac duty, expr)M, handling and tfcs mroua ovar- h$ad txxmw of fitting' the M .-Piw? rea Wr muMX Shirt Waists mm&m lxert purchased during the day y nuto mobile owners, It wna necessary to rush a avipply from an odpjlnlnff city. Today a 19-year-old youth presented lilmaelf to register at Id waa refuied',tho t'Hvllege, Later, hot 'ever, ho brpu'ght hia wife and two chliaren the booth to provn hlmtelf a man with .a tonally and) waa given a blank; ' Indications are that tha rtt ration at (he th,rea points will exceed W,8 Pass Intuit Tfteaaand BROKN BOW, Keb Oet. tlal Teleeram.) The 99.060 mark waa fsd during the forenoon d M e dock this afternoon the day .regletra (lotui In the land opting at tMsvj&Int had reached the number, f 7,(91 This fnakee a total refftotratlon of 3M11, . The in el sactions of BurJIngton No. 43 this morning brought In nearly 830 people, while the night trains unloaded about 1,099. Louis Velt, a Grand Island business man, while on his way to the ' Its. Traveling racsenger Agent Kauff man of the BurUagton, who aaw the ac cident, had the Injured man taken to a dootors'a office by automobile where the fraetyre wait, red'oed, Mr. VU ex. Pfteed a deahn $ rtfftotK and h waa aealated to the booth where thd large gathered there, eed tiaVuradly gave h)m preoedenee. He waa later taken ta the train and pfaaed tard a alaeper. the train being held orer tm minutes pend- 1na"W Arrival, Several hundred PHa 'rem different jwt" of the atata and Iowa have ar rived during the day, -Tho hetneeeekerB, ereufHona frein IHi Bl, Jndiwj. Xanaaa, Mtmvr) und ether pelsu will, begin (a lurtvc tOfnorrow and larger- prowils are espcated. KlgHrea for VHttne, VAWaNTlNK, Keb.', Oat. -tpeW Trtorm.)-T)e te(l rej4atratlf at p. m- tOHlfHt reached whjefa aows ?,W In the lt twenty.rour hura. An unueually heavy rush to exaeeted efi (he train tonight. 6onf irmation of HUprooa May Be Held Up in Senate WASHINOTPH, Oot- .-Praa4dent Wll mn gppolntroaht e four natlva jniu inos to the Filipino cemmleeton wl not be confirmed by the senate until m auraacH hava beea given that the niw fficlgia will vh their utmort efforts to atamp out rewleeeaeea Jn the Ilan4, Senator Borah ha a made It known that he WlH use every effort to prevent ce. flrmattofi unites he e Meured pf tklr HtUtvde, It to undtrsteed that kHplrfes have keen W4 t wk infe-rmetton that win satisfy the eeaat a t the IM(vtdut views of WIFE OF FORMER KIHG MANUEL LEAVES HQfflTAL MUWICK, Kvri,s Oet K.ninee AUguMHie Yteterfa ef H&henaeltofn, mih of farmer Xlg Manual of Fertvrai, le the HaepKa), where aha h hi vnd IreaAment tf eevwral week and departed wHh her kuafcend tdy for !mrrrwr. A bulletin issued by (ha phratc4a at the hpaplUI today coatatead a denial pf various rumors which had keen made imbllo as to the nature of the prlnceee Illness and declare her cnndMaon at Ml tualth to be due excluatvely to th.prta tnee of lntatlna V4iotrla. - ' Bna.ade4a ,0rHi iNile. t Moaflay will be the sale that thousands are walUpg far. Our great aale of Leeo CurU4n at prtees far below their actual YHuea. BKANDK1S 8TORB0. OOUMN twekaa fram faetory to you. W7 SMto r aMflif tr rV rttttmm Bfi-, Owh, Xa. GHORGH DEBATES COLOR LIMB Question Comes Up in the Episcopal Convention, SHARP DHKHTSSION ENSUES Majority; of Com ml (tee la Opposed to Separate Chnrchm and II lo enn for XraTroea Action I Poatpaned. NEW TOBK, Oct, 2t A heated debate over the negro question In the south, enlivened the deliberations of the house of deputies of tjie Protwrtant Episcopal church at today's session pf the general convention. A majority report by the committee on racial episcopate, with recommendations against the proposal to establish separate churches, dioceses, clergy and bishops for southern negroes was presented. A minority report advocating the separa tion pf the races and the appointment of negro bishops to sit In the house of bishops with powers equal to the whites, also was presented. Amid a atorm of discussion the house finally rtade consideration of both re ports the order of buefnts for the after noon session tomorrow, limiting de bate on each aide to half an hour. "The proposal ts a radical violation of tho principles and cbetems of dtocesean union," asserts the majority report read by the Itev. Pr. C, B. Bryan of North Carolina. "With the Utmost friendship for our negro brethren and with the de. sire to advance the work of the church among them' we still cannot believe that as a race they are prepared for nn In dependent ecclesiastical administration." Minority Report Plsaenta, ,To this declaration tho mnorty, con. elating of Bishop Xlnsolvlng of Texas, Bishop Chasshlre of Worth Carolina and the Jley. pr, . WcPlttlngar of Reielght, C, took aharp exceptions. "The white people and ehe negro people of tho south," said the minority report, "cannot be dealt with by the church without a efcfvrp and poIUve separation an distinction batween the two, In woo ehjp, and tfi ail' eerporate. ecclesiastical Mtlylttos, aa well otl In social life. . "Thl separation ts plain and unmistak able In every southern diocese. In some dloceeees tho clored clergy and laity are postlvety excluded from any membership or participation In the diocesan convn tlons er councils. In others the negroes are allowed representation by a small delegation or by partial and occasional participation In the diocesan councils, "In some dioceses no distinction la made In the constitution and canona between white and black; but even In these tho subtle and Irresistible Inflbenco of publlo feeling within and without the church makes t practically Impossible for col. ored members of tho church to have that fre and aympathetto participation in the responsibilities and Activities of the diocese which they nee& "Such being the situation we feel that something should be done by tha general convention to giro the entered members In the south a status and an opportunity wMch Id Bur judgment, they do not and cannot enjoy under our present methods and organlratlons. , Pnaday fleheol Attendance Jvtr. A lw of mora than W0tt-pupHs within i he v last three years -from the- Sunday schools pf the Protestant Episcopal church today by the committee on the I lata n, tl)e United States was reported to the general convention of Ihe churcji. The report stats that Btjadar schools tHrfHut,th apitntry had en thilr rolls today less names than they had In W0. "Apparently there a a Iom of 36 jn he number confirmed 'since J910," tnp report senMnved. Ther are also fswer children In parochial schools. We must check thla wasting of tho body of Christ We must follow up and hold these mem bers. We must conserve our resources." The new ehureh policy of confirmation as advocated by the committee urged the Iraclag of member who leave- one city for another ao that they may be brought Into the ehureh again In their new homes, Making the Sunday schools more attrac tive 'waa another recommendation, While hr has been a loss In the Sun. day !, (he report added, there has been a vain in aemmunlcents. Settlers in Oheyenne Reservation Unable to Pay for Lands WACKINeTOH, Oot. .-Hundreds of eetMers en the Cheyenne and Wending Reek Indian reeervaUen In South Dakota FHHIanod eangreae today through Senator jnvris rr renei ipm rurjner paymettta r lK" ianda, T&ur years of 4routh and lr efops, they said, had put them on he verge e ,ln. and that thfjr would pa eowtafltod U leave their lands and toae their home4e4 H(hti unless re lieved. The case wl be taktn UP by the jHtbHo landf comlttte, Direotor of Printing in Philippines Fired ' ViVBHIKa'TpVf, OcU Jl,-,dwAr4 13. Qmth frfftHian Instructor in the pub. lfl Jirllltlha efffeo of the Pblllpplnee, has been appointed to serve temporarily aa director of printing, o aucceed John 8. feech, who resigned at the request of Governor General Harrison. Jame Ilogg. iUf, assUUnt dlrtctor, Uo has been re. moved. IsttrU and )(oggetU Ignored Gov ernor Oeneral Harrison In sending to President Wljson and to the president of the Typographical union In the United State a protest against an alleged con templated f alary cutt Officials here say no such cut waa contemplated, Xf to the BltuatonBe Advertising. HAZER$ ARE SUSPENDED AND STUDENTS MAY Q0 OH STRIKE VERMILLION, 0, Oct, JSJ.-Aa A result of the suspension of five student for haslnr by the faculty of the atnto university, a large mass rnting of atq. denU wag hold today, A resolution ask ing that ne faculty mtmberf rescind their action wag adopted unlmoualy. Units tho board reinstate the riaie, it U said that JW ptudaatf may go on a sVrllSB. Thro of ah suspended men, (Potts, McOormlck and Harvey, are lead ing ptyr on tha foot ball tvam aid unlM tut baa on them la lifted the team wl be crippled In the fame with Ptnvur at Sioux Fals Saturday, Certain at War Reductions. We bovght ntln overstock of some of tb most f-anioUa lace curtain mill in Wklladalrtila. We have priced the cur tain ta thl purchase far blow their actual value. Wa place them on sale Heat Mawday. BR AND EI 8 STOKCS. Daucoijrt Begins Trip from Paris to Cairo in His Aeroplane I8Sr-LES-MOT.TLINKAUX. France. Oct ii. Tho longest aeroplane flight ever at tempted was started from here today by the French aviator Pierre PaucoUrt. He was accompanied by another French av iator. Henry Roux, as a passenger. De'i court rose from the aerodrome at sunup and disappeared on his way to Cairo, Egypt, a distance of Z,3iS miles. Stope are planned at Echaffhausen, Germany; Vienna, Austria; Budapest, Hungary ; Belgrade. Scrvla; Bucharest, Rumania; Varna,, on the Black 8a; Con. irtantlnople, Turkey, and at various cities In Asia Minor, including Jerusalem. The flight Is to be concluded by way of Pprt Bald and the Egyptian, capital The French Foreign office made elab orate arrangements though Its consular officials In the various countries to fa cilitate the passage of the aviators. Largo supplies of liquid fuel and lubricat ing oils were sent to the Turkish capital for distribution at the control station In Asia Minor, which are separated by distances of about 200 mllos. SENS, France, Oct. 2L Pierre Paucourt and Henry Roux did not make much progress on their long flight today. They arrived here after a alxty.mllo flight from Paris and decided to postpone their further flight until tomorrow on account of unfavorable weather. Kaiser Attends Joint Funeral of Victims of Balloon Explosion PErtLIN, Oct. Impreave joint fu neral services were held today over the bodies of twenty-three of the twenty, eight victim of Friday's disaster to the Zeppelin airship at Johannlsthal. The ceremonies took place at noon In tho old garrison church near the Imperial palace. The emperor and his sons were present, accompanied by ' the empress and the crown princess, while Count Zeppelin and about 1,000 officer of tho army and navy also attended. The coffins, which occupied the entire chancel of the ?hurch, were covered with masses of floral tributes from member of the Imperial family, the foreign em bassies and legations and various naval organizations. The attaches of the various foreign legations attended In full uniform. After the eervrw ta the church, seven of the bodies were taken to an adjoin ing vometery for burJaJ, the lx sons of the emperor heading the procession of mourners. The other bodies were taken to the homes of the dead men in various part ot the country. Prince ptte) Frits, while coming from Potsdam in his automobile to attend the funeral ceremony, struck a 6-yeaivold boy with the wheel of his machine, while the child was croeelng tho street. The boy was seriously Injured, Park Bars Piotures in Watohes Carried by. Central Trainmpn ' ' " ,, CHICAGO, Oct. H.-rNo longer can tho engineer,' certduetOFs', brakemeri and other employee In the operating depart ment of (he Illinois Central railway carry, ptoturea of their wives, sweethearts and babies on their watch crystals. An order Against the practice wan Issued yesterday and distributed today by tho manage, ment. Official of the company have decided that such pictures are likely to distract the attention of employes from their work and that accidents might result. When an employe pulls out His watch, his attention should be devoted exclus ively to the time, they aay. The order also specifies plain dials of a uniform design. "This rule may seem to be a small mat ter, but after all, l Is the little things ths.t count." sold Vice President W, U. Park In discussing' tho order, "Every railroad man will admit that success in the operating departments require strict attention to du.ty," Austria Proposes to - Limit Emigration VIENNA, Oct. ItThe Austrian gov. ernment, aa lite result of recent' develop, wants In ' the Immigration traffio from AUetri'a to tho United States' and Canada, introduced into the Mower house of the Austijan Pnrllamrnr, a bill prohibiting 'any emigration (likely to have any ad Vera effect on1 military recruiting in Austria." . avTfU Interpellations on, the subject (f the operation of tho Canadian Pa elfto railway agents In Austria,' demand- tfig Information aa to the government's B. Vtstlgatlon and names of the Austrian officials alleged to. have been Involved lr the, trnacfojja nra. laid on fbe table' of the house.' The bill Introduced today alro prohibits 'Emigration calculated to ' promote the whit stave-trada." Piles Cured In to Id Pays, PrvggiaU refund'lmoney If Paao Oint ment falls tq our. Itching, blind, bleed ing or prptnsdlRg pile. First applica tion give relief, Wc--dvtrtlemeiit, r' Coughs and Colds Forerun Sickness mmi fcM bare iaaaMeUaia aKeUat t readme wHs KOTTS tMUm Vocana PkjakaJ power It fiwi 9 MM wohU HO axtet, Drugal pills aad alcoholic syrups are crutches, aot rcme&et, but EiwiJrioit drive out the cold, warm the body by enriching tho blood, aiti Bt?aft. raft. 1 M u ubs;s, Kaakjag eejueJ mr ao naps res tdaiMtf'ffjnUylUUU. lew Hms ferca ta prevent brc. aUaia. aw4ahai a ir a ta ift.i- i .,. 07 areaaa) eTsaavaaiaBeaa eBr9arareaaapia BTr J V ROOSEVELT AT RIO JANEIRO Ex-President of United States He ceired with Military HonorB. BIG RECEPTION AT ARSENAL Member Of Cabinet, ' Diplomats, Presidents of Beth Jlonsea of Congrein, Mnyor and Other DlRnltarlrs Attend. ' nio JANEinO", Braxll, Oct- 21-Colonel Theodore Jioosevelt waa received with military honors aa he stepped ashore from the steamer Van Pyck here today. Kdwin.V. Morgan. United States am bassador to BnulL with the staff of the embassy, went on board before the vessel docked, with a reception committee In cluding Senor Parnos Morelra, repre senting the ministry of foreign affairs; Lieutenant Colonel Achilles Pe Peder. nelras, Brazilian attache at Washington; Pon Jose Carlbr Rodrigues, admiral An tonio Coutlncho Gomes Perelra and An tonio Olyntho Pe Magalhaes of the His. torical Institute. The party disembarked at S:M o'ejock on the arsenal quay, where a company pf soldiers saluted while bands played the Brazilian and American national anthems. Several committees presented flowers to Mrs, Booaevelt and Miss Mar garet BposeveJt, Many Planltarles Present. Harahai Hermes Fonseca, president of the republic, was unable to be present, but he sent a special representative. All the cabinet ministers of Brazil, the min ister of Argentina, with the members of his leoBtJon, the president of the Bra zilian Senate and Chamber nf rn,iH. a representative parliamentary committee. me cmei commi!oner of police, tho president of the various tribunals of the high court of Justice, the member of the municipal council headed by the mayor of Bio Janeiro; many members of the dlplomatlo corps, high functionaries of the government and military and naval officers In full uniform., were among the welcoming delegation. Reception nt Araannl. A procession headed by Colonel Boose velth and the. representative of the presl dent of Brartll proceeded to a reception room lit the naval arsenal which wa decorated with Brazilian flags and tho Star and Stripes Intertwined, Here Col onel Boosevelt and the members of bis party ware Introduced to the leading of ficials. After this ceremony Colonel Roosevelt was conducted to the Quanabara palace, where ha wlU reside during his sojourn here. All tho newspapers today published articles welcoming Colonel Roosevelt. Brooklyn Women to Mave Wnole Day of Continuous Oratory NEW YORK, Oct, 2t-Women wilt' talk for twenty-four hours continuously In a publlo square of Brooklyn borough as part of a big auffraga campaign being waged in this section thla week, ' The record-breaking speech-making ef ifert wiil' take place ohderH'ha auspices of the Women's Political union, which will station spellbinders at the. Junction of FlnthilktV "and AM. nil.; ..: M" ... . subway "terminal and Long island rail- "" ui tnrouan wmcn section great erowda flock to and from their work. The plan I to- atart tho oratory' at 7 o'clock Friday evening and to continue It by relays until 7 o'clock Saturday night Fourteen women have been enrolled as spellbinder. Other feature of tho Brooklyn cam. palgn are visits the women are making to the United States coast artillery gar rtoon near the harbor entrance and to the Brooklyn navy yard, Samuel J, Crawford, Indian Fighter and Governor, is Dead TOPEKA, Kan., Oct. tl. Samuel J, Crawford, third governor of Kansas, famous aa an Indian fighter, died at the home of hi daughter, Mra, Arthur Cap per, here today at tha age pf 78, Fighting -on th,e union aide In the clvij war. ha attained tha, rank of brigadier general of volunteer. Ho held the of. flea of governor from 1M6 to IW, resign. Ing to lead an expedition against Indians on the Kansas frontier, General Craw, ford, had a place of honor among the Indian campaigner pf the frontier states. Mr. Crawford wa born In Lawrence county, Indiana, In isa, and came to Kansas In WW, Ho was a member of tho first Kansas' legislature aa a republic Thibet Demands ' Complete Autonomy PEKIN, China, Oct. n.-New that Tibet demands complete autonomy with out even Chlpejp , pf f lch repreaerita.Uota At Lh,al, ita capital, and aUo asks for Indemnities, from Chjna, reached the Chi nese government t4ay .frjpV th Qhln'esq Tibetan conference in progress at Par Jeellng, India. Reports from the Tibetan frontier, where ClUpetw troops were sent to operate, havp for many montha shown that the fight Ing has favored the Tibetans. Accord ing to advice from various quarters the Chinese troop there, aa on the Mongolian border, d'Play no spirit for fighting, From Mongolia com report that the Mongolians are encamped within 199 mll8 of tha great walL The two vast dependencies of Tibet And Mongolia at tha time of the antl-Menchu revolution proclaimed their autonomy And have defended It ever since. China la now fighting to maintain her frontier against them. BODY OF AD0LPHUS BUSCH IS TAKENTO ST. LOUIS JEW YORK, Oct"" 71. -The body of Adolpbua Buacb, tha millionaire brewer and philanthropist, arrived her today on th.6 eteamjhlp Krpnpri Wllhatm and at Hoboken waa transferred to a five, far apeclal train pn the Pennsylvania railroad to bo taken to St Louis, ti late home. Nearly thirty members of the family "and A corps of servants accom. panied the body. Mr. Burch died on his estate In Germany on October It He waa 74 year old. Philadelphia Mill Overstocks. ' We purchased Immense lot of fine tale curtain from some of the biggest miU In Philadelphia, Was sacrificed prices In order to get cash for their over stocks. Bale takes place next Monday BRANPE13 STORES. All this Indicates a big demand for such things as muffs, eearfu, stoles, fur and fur Hnd coat and pur buyers have been on tho alert to have just tho kind of furs that fashionable women will demand. With temperatures down below freezing It's high time you were taking a look At our stock. Prices very moderate. OMAJCA'S FAiJTKgT GROWING STORK aJflTMa, ., OWN lltf ft aw in rikBM m-i0 7A3LXAM STK1ZT. Congregationalists Will Take Advanced Stand on Liquor issue KANSAS CITY, Mo-, Oct 21 One of the Important report to. bo presented to the national council of Congregational Churches, which will begin It triennial convention here tomorrow. Is that oC the Committee on temperance, appointed thro year ago, to draw up a statement of the- church's attitude on tho liquor question. Member ot tha committee, while refusing to giro out the report de clared It contained a number of draatta suggestions that placed the church at the head of a national movement to eliminate the liquor traffio. Of the COO 'delegate who cam In today, few cared to declare themselves on the question of the election of a moderator to succeed the Rev. Nesmtah Boynton of Brooklyn, N. Y. The election will take place tomorrow. DEATH RECORD A. P. Jtfetelman". BIPNBY, la., Oct St Speciai.)A- F. Metelmari, president ot the National I'anlf of Bldney died Sunday at M home htre. - He ha lbeen identified ,wlth -the business Intereata of Sidney since IMS, first a a. clerk with the firm of Tootla ti Armstrong and later. aa the head of the firm of A. F, Metelman Sc. Co. He waa 1 successful financially and In 1875 organ ized a bank In connection with Henry Brown and the Jate W. T, Fraaer. He has been uniformly successful and was rated as one of the wealthiest citizen of the county. He was public spirited and always ready to aid in any good cause. He leaves two children, Mr. A. Wdberger, and -a son, Charlea A., who la eaahlor of the bank, Mr. Metelman wa a native of Mecklenberg, Germany, and 0 year ot age. Or. Philip II. Uhler. BALTIMORE, Md., Oct 21.-Pr. Philip R. UhJer, for many ,yeara provost of ih Feabody Institute of this city and widely known In sclentlflo circle throughout the country, died at his home her today. He was 78 year old and had been an In valid for the last two year. Pr. JWhler was the author of many contribution to scientific Journals In tho United State and England. Ilin collection of locusts and other member of the cicada family, presented to the national government sev. era i yrar ago, is regaraea as ino oesj ever made, j Itither R. Zollinger. PIHLAPBLpmA, Oct. 2tLuther It Zollinger, engineer of maintenance of way of the Pennsylvania Railroad com pany. died at hi home at Merlon, a tub. urb, today After a brief illness. Mr, Zol linger wa i year old. He entered the employ of the company aa. a rod man in US9 and steadily rot in the service until he became head ot tho maintenance of way department Mrs. Lottla Meedr, Mrs. Lottie A, Moody, widow of tha late Henry 8. Moody and mother of Charles W. and Ralph W. Moody, died at tier home In Chicago Sunday mornir.r Of pneumonia, aged 75 years. The funeral will bo held Tuesday from bar late home, $319 Kenmoro averfue, Chicago, A DANGEROUS CATARRH STOPPED BY HYOMEI Just as Iqng as you have catarrh, youy head will be stepped up, your nose will Itch, your breath wtl be foul, you w11 hawk and tnlffle, yeu will haVe droppings In the throat and that choked up feeling ia the meratag.' Vfce parrns at catarrh have you In- their -pewer; they are conUnually and rettrU digging Into and Irritating the aaweu membrane Of your no and throat They Are now making your life miserable. If you do pot kill the loathsome germs Of catarrh, their deepcrate assault will n time undermine your reason, rob your brain of Ita brilUatrcy and activity, And ea,ve you not only a pbyslotal. but a mental wreck. This picture is not overdrawn. De pnarsilstag results coma from the ravag. lag attack of the horriUe catarrk germs, one of the greatt pert ed tv4l. Ised nations. There Is one remedy sold by drug gifts verywher that I guaranteed to kUl the germ and atop catarrh, or money back. It la Jlyomel no stomach dos ing you breath It There la none other Just aa good- A complete Jlyomel outfit Including Inhaler and bottle of liquid fotc 11,90. U ia also gurted for bronchitis, husky voice, cougac, cola and croup. Ask your drufit Abt UyomeL This is to be a great Fur Seas6n . Every Indication points that way. For weeks past we've ' Been new suits, coats and wraps edged and trimmed with fur. Fashionables at European r e s o r t n were wearing fur in 'July and August Now comas the word? that, even boudoir caps and night gowns are fur trimmed In Paris, JITORC TPM(l)lfVil? 0) WaatAUtJJJtl 26 WHY SUFFER STOPS THE ACHE INSISTonDENT'S ALL DRUGGISTS 1 5 Office For Renl The large room on ground "floor of Bee Building, 00 auyied by the Havens Whitt Ooai(Xkp, 'Nice 7ariitreet' front "age, Aietit 1,500 squafo feet of floor space with large . vault. Extra en trance from court of the building. Fine office fixtures are of fered for sale, Apply to n, jreu, m oice. .J HARD COLDS When tfeey rt come, the beat time to praak the) up. One taaferd remedy Aim's Charru Pectoral. 1 Void 'er 70 years. Aafc Yw Doctor. bZ.ti'.lfc Waa To. Attend the theatre atore ior aatoaaobUe ta the ' )own Town 9rK TimwMaaojr C7UBAX vtaXm S aveaaa the oeraer fresa the Orphean i4ia xowAJua rr., R. M. HARRIS, Prep. AMUSEMENTS, UbruieFIli. aur Kims-as-so JaTjrSr avaga, lo-a-60.78 BWH WELCH SSS TaaaeviUa HeUst Sutertal&er. Company Include Little Jimmy Roser formerly with "Buter Brown" ft "The Newlywed"), Piorance Kethorj Pat Kearney. Emma O'Neill. S9 Imperial (Suffragette) Zouaves ft Beauty Chorus. &as' tm Mattnee Week Bays POYD THEATJER Tpalght Mat . Tha?. a Hat. 99T9 TXXATSS RTOCX COKPAVT. with rxesBvos stows, te Kra, Wiggs of the Cabbage Jratch Z.aat Weak at BoyA'a Xaxt Wa at Amesicait Tktf vvnaim mvtmxmx iz . pxeaTX AVa, . UtUM Etanr Oar. i:U, Ertrr Nltdt. AJPYAjrCXB VAWJWyUJiS TbU Wiwk; OsUriS CoubiIh. WlU Hoiin N, "flttlp 9t the Tltaslo", torn sw Toeu (uBt, Ai8rs, Wtk a V'Uliion. Tlml 1UB pturt. i'ru: xu, o)urr. mi un ku, ttt at -ga.) aao-Wlsata; :fc tu, tc im ji AM El! I AN THEATER L.t Six TImts LAN G In fHM. I LACK If BACH V iisiciaiMi7ryrm aaaaar P aBaBaaaamV Pepalar mm Xattaee Utot4.y ?S!.l Moatcal Cemixiy Nights, lie to 12.09. y rn acar, a.y tmxxp.