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court next Monday. Subpoenas will then
ne issued calling on the railroads to appear
in court May 5 to present their side of the
question.
TO PTtiHT HIRRIMAX LINES
Retaliatory- >leamirc» Taken by the
Northern Count Linen
ST. PAUL. March 21.—Retaliatory measures were taken by northern coast lines
ugainsi the Harriman lines
today
for
divertling homeseeker excursions from the
St. Paul gateway
Rates of $52.00 were
given from St. Paul. Dulutli and Sioux City
to San Francisco, going by way of North
Pacific coast, points, with the option of
making the Puget Sound-San Francisco
portion of the Tourney by either lail or
water.
The action carries the light into
tho camp of the opposition, since the rates
are made optional for a portion of the way
over its own lines. The new tariff is based
on the regular colonist rate of $2<V, to western points, plus the local fare. $7 :*>. l'rorr
St. Paul to the Missouri river. The northern lines made a cut of $17 in announcing
the new figure, which replaces a rate of
Tirkets will be on sale daily during
the remainder of March and April.
Gould's South St. Louis Purchase
ST. LOUIS. March 21.— A purchase of
114 acres of land in South St. Louis has
been made by the Gould railroad lines
management for additional terminal facilities.
ASSESSMENTS TOO HEAVY
William K. Vanderbilt Retires From
the Jekyl Island Clnl>
NEW YORK, March 21.—William K.
Vanderbilt is no longer a member of the
Jek.vl Island club, the multi-millionaires'
He has sold
resort off Brunswick, Ga.
the one share of stock he owned to J.
now has two
Pierpont
Morgan,
who
shares.
Mr. Vanderbilt and Mr. Morgan
were dining together recently, when »\Jr.
Vanderbilt complained of the heavy assessments of the club growing out of the
recent purchase of a new boat. He said
he had never been down to Jekyl island
and would like to be rid of his stock.
He offered to sell his share to Mr. Morgan for *500 and the offer has been accepted.
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Contents of Corner Stone Stolen
SANTA CRI'Z, March 21. —31 was discovered today that the contents of th
cornerstone of the
Methodic church
which was laid in 1563 were abstracted
last ni*ht.
The box contained several
coins, tne first copy of the Christian Advocate. a copy of the S.-nrin.-i and .1
Prizes
/Sfei
/fry Ca.tch
I more and better knick-knacks.
Pe&rline Sa-ves
Man Pat
lp Decidedly
Inferior Content
Man Aitleep on Railroad Track Has a
CHICAGO, March 21.—Frank Erne was
Eocape
>arrou
given the decision over Gus Gardner of
at the end of six rounds
SANTA CRI'Z, March 21.-A few days Philadelphia
tonight. The fight was Erne's from the
ago Mr.
Notley, an elderly gentleman,
the issue was never in doubt.
had a narrow escape from death near start and strength
On the
of his recent victory
Boulder ('reek. On his way home ne over
George
McFadden Gardner was
became tired and sat down to rest on thought to
have a good chance with
the' side of the track. He fell asleep and
but he put up a very poor fight.
when a train came upon him suddenly Erne,
He was throughout on the defensive, and
the engineer saw him lying across the it
at that.
was
track and attempted to stop the train. During a decidedly poor defense Gardner
'r
the first five rounds
he fireman saw it was impossible io
average a lead to a round, denot
did
Notley,
so
he
stop before it reached
counters, which
jumped from th» cab. ran ahead of the pending entirely uponinviolably.
In the
Erne blocked almost
engine and pulled Notley off the
spurred
Gardner,
round
to action
just as the engine was within a few last
started
in to
crowd,
bv
thf*
hoots
of
the
of
him.
Inches
fight and Erne promptly battered him all
around the ring.
Gardner then went
back to his old defensive tactics.
In the first round Erne, after feinting Gardner into helpless bewilderment,
landed his left on the nose. Gardner
clinched and slapped Erne over the kidneys, his only blow during the round.
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a pipe maker; George Stephenson, a paint-
er. and another junk dealer named Gordon. On tlie return trip they passed
through Los Nietos and entered the saloon.
They found Linares there. After awhile package*.
Fisher and Linares had an argument and a
scuffle ensued. Linares' coat suffered in
the mixup and was torn accidentally. The
Mexican required pay for the rem in his
garment, which demand Fisher refused to
Xow It ecofriilxe<l as a Necessity In Soconsider, and in order to cut Short the discussion he and his three companions got
ciety in the West
hurriedly
into
the
and
drove
wagon
away
Midnight Attack on a Small
at a gallop.
For a long time the chaperon was
Linares procured a saddlehorse and purTown in Texas
Knocks Him Out In Twelfth Round sued the fleeing Fisher, with whom he an institution of purely European excame up about three-quarters of a mile istence. By degree* a few were given
After a Good Fight
outside of Los Nietos. The Junkdealer's standing In social circles at the east,
SAN FRANCISCO. March 21.—Ai Neil! valiant companions were scared out of but the west resisted, Insisting that
Citizens Surround Desperadoes, Who
knocked out Rube Ferns tonight with a their wits Dy the Mexican's threats. the daughters of the untrammeled reand leaving gion needed no one
Are Securely Intrenched Rehind a stiff punch on the jaw in the twelfth Jumping from the wagon
to guide their footround of what was to have been a Fisher in the lurch they promptly lost
Now the chaperon has
Dam, and Will Probably Effect twenty-round go. The fight was a good themselves in the bushes bordering th* steps aright.
Linares forced Fisher to turn his become established In every social cirone and fairly even up to the final road.
Their Capture This Morning:
Los Nietos, and asround. Both men sust lined considerable horse's head towards
the great lakes to the Pacific
jcle from
him so grievously that when ocean,
punishment. Nelll outpbinted Ferns and saulted
and is recognized as having her
Nlckelson
a
found
the
Junkman
little
later
on
merit.
won
legitimate place. All unmarried women
AUSTIN, Tex.. March 22.-For the past
Sharing in interest with the main event he was lying unconscious in a heap upon
the footboard of his own vehicle.
of means and position are now chaptwo weeks there has been an epidemic of was the preliminary between Rufe TurLytton
burglaries and lawlessness
brought
when
Fisher
was
at
he
Age doesn't matter.
to.
claimed
eroned here.
ner and Jack O'Brien. O'Brien was k*Ue that
Springs, this county, and last night it
Linares had robbed him of $44 which They are spinsters—that's enough. No
getting into the ring.
It was claimed he had
pocket. Fisher was positive
his
developed that the lawbreakers have or- :in
in
appeared
overslept.
that he had
He
to
he had seen and felt th*» Mexican tender maid of 30 goes unattended. No
ganized Into a sort of vendetta. Reports
dopey during the flgst. Turner put that
hunting in his clothes for the coin before single woman of any age goes to the
from Lytton Springs at midnight were be
the twelfth also.
he lost his senses.
theater alone with a man, and as for,
that there had been trouble between the him out in
The badly abused lunkman claimed that "buggy riding"—-the custom is unlawless element and the citizens.
the township constable. John Taylor, had known. No girl goes to a
The outlaws are said to have assembled
HANGED
restaurant
loaned Linares the horse upon which the
shortly after midnight, last night, and
latter pursued him. Jack Nlckelson said for lunch with a youth she has known
began their maneuvers b}' shooting into
from
the
Taylor
undoubtedly
bthat
Constable
had
cradle.
It
would
not
be corseems
to
which
the Palmer house,
Stanislaus La Croix Is Executed In seen the whole
or part of the maltreatment rect. And it would not be entirely
their central point of attack. The clt>
Quebec
of the hapless Fisher and had not inter- correct either for her to get another
zens turned out in pursuit with bloodfered. and stated further that the conhounds. The dogs were killed by ti
HULL. Quebec, March 21.—Stanislaus La stable was still at the saloon when the girl. No; she must have the chaperon
outlaws, and at 1 o'clock this morning '
Croix, who murdered his wife and an old Junkman departed for Los Angeles. Nickel—the tried and seasoned veteran of
is reported that the outlaws are surman named Thomas, who was endeavoring son going alone to protect tne victim of matrimony—or else the proprieties will
rounded at Holler's tank. They are sai
to protect her. was hanged in the Jail yard the assault and alleged hold-up.
Fisher
be split up the back.
bidding
a
dam,
be
entrenched
behind
to
this morning. Contrary to expecta- at midnight went to hunt Sheriff Haminel
defiance to the citizens' posse. Two O here
The ardor with which the cult of
tions. La Croix made no statement. He for the purpose of having Linares arrestee
the posse have been injured and it is said
the chaperon has been taken up in
last night he was perfectly happy.
on a charge of robbery.
thought the outlaws have suffered some,
hangman, who was mobbed
Kadcllffe.
the
the
west should make the thoughtful
as quite a number of shots have been yesterday for saying that
Croix would
pause. At the rate we're going at we'll
exchanged.
last Frenchman he would hang,
be
the
OF
not
soon be where they are in France,
At 2 a. m. a posse of citizens left th# occupied a cell adjoining La Croix all
city for the scene of the attack, and it if
night.
An Architect Telia Why a Fiddle Can and it will be hopelessly compromising
thought that with the coming of daylight
for any of us to walk two blocks on
the outlaws will be captured.
Shake a Great Building
the public street with a man of our
Variation* of Convention
"What force least expected doe* the acquaintance. In fact, at the end of
The teacher of an intermediate grade
greatest damage to buildings?" a News the two blocks, if he should be so
In the Third ward school was "showlacking In his duty as a well-bred man
ing off" her pupils before a number representative a-sked a well known archito neglect proposing, we will have to
•>ew Vessel to Take Place of the Lost of visitors.
tect.
"It Is difficult to tell. But I will ven- remind him of it. In provincial France
Steamship
The spelling class was on the floor
given ture to say that you would never expect you must not walk on the street with
and a small, red-headed boy
SAX FRANCISCO. March 21.-The lost the word "introduction." and was
playing to injure the walls of a any man but that fortunate §ne who
violin
then in a
steamship Walla Walla, of the Pacific
building. Yet that is certainly the case. is to lead you to the altar. No man
Coast Steamship company, will be replaced faltering way spelled it correctly, and There
have been instances when the comes to call on you unless he has anwith a new vessel. The new ship will be seemed rather surprised that he had
walls of stone and brick structures have nounced to the world In general that
faster, more commodious and in every way done It.
he has his eye upon you as his future
an up-to-date ocean going vessel of the
"Do you know what the word been seriously impaired by the vibravery best class. She will take the Walla
tions from a violin.
Of course these wife, and then the visits are conWalla's old run between San Francisco. means?" asked the teacher.
unusual,
cases
are
but
the facts are es- ducted in the presence of the family,
"No'm."
Puget Sound and British Columbia ports'.
tablished. The vibrations of a violin one chaperon not being adequate to
"What? You don't know what introIhe Kamona. which was launched last
are something terrible in their unseen, cope with the situation. Should you go
December and is now waiting for her ma- duction means?"
unbound force, and when they come in to the theater with any one less close
chinery. should be ready for service by
"No'm."
June and will be placed on the southern
now,
"Well,
I'll explain it to you. contact with regularity they bear their in relationship than a father or brother
route.
influence upon structures of brick, stone your character will be as completely
Does your mother ever have callers
or iron. Of course it takes continuous lost as the gospels of St. Peter. And
"Yes'm."
Turku Defeat Rebel*
"Well, now, suppose that two ladies playing for many years to loosen maspn- if you were to venture tnaide a resLONDON. March 22.—The correspondent came to call on your mother. Your ry or to make iron brittle, but that re- taurant you would be regarded as a
of the Morning Leader at Vienna reports mother knows one of the ladies, but sult is obtained. In the great Masonic person compared to whom Nero and
a conflict between Turkish troops and doesn't know the other. She has never temple in Chicago I have* thought of Caligula were respectable and moral.—
Macedonian revolutionists at Sistova near
and doesn't even know what the result might be if a man would Chicago Chronicle.
Kastoria. European Turkey. The Turks seen the lady
Now, how would she become stand on the first floor, at the bottom of
surrounded the village and overcame the her name.
acquainted
with
this lady and find out the nineteen-story light well, and play
rebels.
there continuously. The result could be
During the fighting four Macedonians and her name?"
four Turks were killed and twenty-six of
"She'd send me out for a can of more easily seen there than almost any
place else, because the vibration gathers He Score* (be Tabloid Food Fad la
the rebels were wounded. All the male beer."
Inhabitants of the village were arrested
As that was the correct answer, the force as it sweeps upward. A man can
Warm Fanbioii
teacher had nothing further to say.- feel the vibrations of a violin on an
"The man who puts out a bill of fare
XnrchioneNn of Duflferln's Daughter Mllwaukee Sentinel.
ironclad ocean vessel, and at the same
that must expect to pay a price that
time be unable to hear the music. It is like
NEW YORK. March 22.—A daughter has
will stagger humanity."
the regularity of the vibration which
The speaker was Johnny
been born to the new marchioness of DufMeehan,
The Climax
means so much.
Like
ferln, formerly Flora Davis of New York,
constant nephew of the late Pat Dolan, and proThey were young and romantic, and dripping of water wearing awaya stone, prietor of the Park Row refectorium, in
at her town house In Cadogan square,
says a London dispatch.
although the minute hand was pointing the incessant vibration of the violin which the epicure (with the price) can
from sinkers to cold pig
to 12 o'clock they stood upon the makes its way to the walls, and attacks buy anything
for the low price of fifteen cents.
porch gazing at the stars.
their folidity."
RuMNlan Prince Arrested
The "that" that Mr. Meehan so scath"That's Jupiter, dear," isn't it?" she
"But why doesn't this vibration affect ingly referred to was the bill of fare put
VIENNA. March 21.—The Tageblatt anmurmured.
the player?"
forth by the latest Chicago discoverer of
nounces the arrest in Warsaw of the Rusa
"Because a man is a flexible object. how-to-starve-while-eating. who runs
"'Yes, pet: and that is Sinus," he
sian General Prince Varkoff, who is atThe bill is:
give
way
tached to the staff of Grand Duke Sergiug. replied, pointing to another star.
to motion and resume tabloid restaurant.
Hi- can
Cts.l
on the charge of complicity In the wide"Are you serious?" she cooed.
his place again. A frame building would Compressed beef- |Gratlne of cauli-Cts.
spread revolutionary movement.
He kissed her. Then, pointing upnot be damaged by vibration, because
151 flower
stealt
lc
Compressed fishward. he said:
the timbers are flexible. But it is difIProtose nut meat. 16
Undelivered Telegrams
15iProtose hash
balls
"That's Mars, dove."
ferent with masonry.
15
Id
"You may have noticed that a dog Compressed frlc- iNuttolene
"And that's pa's." she whispered, as
There are undelivered telegrams at th»
beans,
15)
Baked
asse#»
crossing
a room will shake the entire
Western L'nion Telegraph company's of- a footstep sounded inside.
Compressed roast 15| with protose
15
fice for Wm. A. Starin. Joseph Dickson.
And
if the young man hadn't building, no matter how small the dog. Compressed mock iSpinach croquets.. 15
Louis Phillips Co., A. F. Young, C. E. "scooted" he would have seen more A dog can shake a suspension bridge.
turtle
16iTomato beefsteak. 15
Booth. Edgar C. Eustace, G. F. Smith.
15!
There are some great and valuable Nut roast
Louis Rairden. Mrs Vera Champion. H. stars than he ever dreamed of.—Lon• You know you can't throw food into a
bridges which dogs are never allowed to
don Spare Moments.
M. Roche. Geo. Hickman, A. T. Huma
jamming
cartridge into a
like
cross except when carried. You see, in man
phreys.
gun.'' said Mr. Meehan. "There's a great
that case it is the regularity of the vi- deal
in eating than merely putting
more
Prohibition In Kentucky
bration that is so powerful. The dog's so much proteids. hydrocarbons and nitroMuff Holders
if a
genous matter into the system.
"Kentucky makes and consumes a movement is a fixed and positive instiHolders by which the muff is suspended
of steel and iron
tution. The first step on the bridge is man were made out
around the necK are of silver or gold link vast deal of whisky, but there are seca locomotive you could shovel grub
like
much,
every
noticed
but
so
step
not
chain, with, at short intervals, jewels sot tions of the state where whisky drinkinto his fire-box, and he wouldn't care a
In. Satin ribbons of black or dark brown ing is much restricted," remarked the comes just alike, at the same interval blame so long as it contained the right
the same flrmnew. The force chemical constituents in the proper proand
with
are also used, and some are decorated man from there the other day.
"In gathers momentum, and each step
with fancy silver slides.
portions.
my section one finds local option and the bridge sway more. But there makes
is an•'Look at that man over there putting
in the town of London there are neithhis coffee and sinkers and ham-and.
may
perhaps
that
it
be
ncil at Jnilitb'H Corouutlon
Illus- awayhow
er saloons nor side doors where one other way
See
he inhales the fragrance of the
you
better.
As
sit
here
raise
one
trated
coffee!
Out in Chicago, 1 suppose, they'd
A part of the service used in the corocan buy intoxicants.
True, occasionpartially on tip-toe. That's it. Now give the coffee to him in a hypodermic
foot
nation of Judith, wife of Ethelwulf, king ally
a man brines a bottle of whisky
of VVessex, the first queen consort to lie to town, and a little moonshine is sold work your knee up and down rapidly and syringe and he'd just jab it into a muscle
regularly. See how everything in the as they used to dope the old skates at
crowned Queen in England, will be used,
sometimes
from the alleys, but as a room rattles and the floor shakes? That Guttenburg.
It is said, in the coronation service of
Do you think that could
general proposition the sale of strong
the place of real coffee?
Queen Alexandra.
illustrates the dog step's power better ever take
drinks is tabooed, and our people are than anything else. You and I and all
"Do you mean to tell me any one could
out of that tabloid stuff
perfectly content that
She Siuve* Her Best Shoes
the tax on our friends could not jump up and down make a meal
and keep from falling dead? 'Nuttolene,
The woman who skates paves her best whisky should remain just what it is in this room and shake the fioor as you
cents!' That Chicago fellow must be
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footwear from being wrenched out of at present."
have just shaken It while sitting down what the boys call dead nutty.' He'd
ahape by having a pair of skates permatabloid restaurant way
and u.'ing the force of one leg. It is the letter intake his
nently fastened to a strong pair of neat
the lake and sink it."—New
back
regularity of the vibration, which is powIIiKKPNt Xcwannper Ad vert Inemen t
shoes especially adapted to that purpose.
York World.
—Indianapolis News.
Toward the year's profit of £43,000 eriul."
An Inqnlsltlve Hoy
made by the Evening News, one slngi"
Gnve Client fiuoiT Advice
A Definition
nre
ou d°ing In the pantry, advertisement contributed £400 for one
11 lie?
Little Clarence—Pa, what Is executive
A few years ago there was a judge
largest and most heavily
insertion—the
"Oh, I was just seein' if everything paid-for advertisement
In one of the police courts at Washingever Inserted in ability?
was locked up good and tight."—lndianfny .newspaper In the world.
Mr. Callipers—Executive ability, my ton Thomas F. Miller, who delighted
So sail
apolis News.
Mr. Alfred Harmsworth at a recent son. Is the capacity for making some In poking fun at young attorneys. On
Walter F. X. Parker is In the city for a meeting. The shareholders confirmed one elre paddle your own canoe for-you. one occasion a prisoner had no cunbrief stay.
"When the judge
Eel to defend him.
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FORCE.
VIBRATION
WALLA WALLA'S SUCCESSOR
"
THE BEANERY KING
(
was apprised of the fact he called o'it
to a young lawyer who was sitting 'n
court at the time:
"Mr. Smarty. suppose you take th.s
case. Take your client Into the Jury
room and Klv® him the very best advice you can, and come back into
court at the end o£ half an hour."
the
The lawyer took the man into
room as directed and reappeared in
court at the end of half an hour.
"Your honor," said the lawyer, "in
obedience to your Instruction I am
ready to report to you."
"Where is the prisoner?" the Judge
several times.
Mrs. Culver, who is
60 years old, was awakened by the
noise of the struggle and summoned
help. Curry was captured and turned
over to the police.
The dog's throat showed the effects
of the struggle.
It was bruised and
cut by the man's finger nails in his attempt to strangle the animal. "I am
sure that Major saved my life," said
Mrs. Culver, "for I did not hear the
man in my room until the dog attacked
him."
Major was named In honor of President McKir.ley, then Major McKinley,
because
he was found on the night >f
inquired.
"Really I don't know. You told me the martyred executive's first election.
—Chicago
Tribune.
to take him into that room and give
him the best advice I could. After I
A Washington Slurr
heard the man's statement I advised
The strained relations between Senhim, as the window was not very high
from the ground, to depart from the ator Vest of Missouri and Senator Morbuilding in that way, and he took my gan of Alabama are well understood by
advice. X do not know where he is those who "know the ropes" In Washbeen gone about ington. The story Is told of a new sennow, for he has
ator who had been offended by a coltwenty minutes."—Chicago Chroncle.
league and who approached Senator
Vest and said: "Isn't Jones the worst
Riiilin Mlniim Uw
ass that ever broke Into public life?"
The mlrving law In force In the RusThe frail and venerable statesman from
fcave exhausted the mineral resources Missouri is reported to have replied: "I
therein contained. In other words, the can't say. You know I am pretty thortenure Is practically perpetual lease oughly committed on that proposition
from the government—that is, absoto Morgan."—Leslie's Weekly.
lute title guaranteed so long as the
small annual taxes are paid. The provision that the tenure is good until
"Oil and truth are
the mineral Is exhausted Is explained
by the fact that until recently almost bound to come to aur/ace
all the gold mining of Russia and Siberia was placer mining, and that /n due time."
when the gravel had once been worked
over it was Intended that the operator
should not stand In the way of further
MBLP 1
development.—Engineering
Magtizin-".
Saved From a Burglar by Her Do*
When William McKlnley was elected president for the first time residents
of a part of the West Side celebrated
the victory with a bonfire. That was
how "Major,"
a curly-haired water
spaniel dog, came to find a home. He
was discovered in a barrel which was
about to be thrown In the fire and taken
home by Mrs. Leonora Culver.
"Major" was nothing but a pup then,
and he was fed on a bottle until lie
grew up to be a good sized dog. Early
Friday morning "Major" rewarded his
mistress by saving her life. He attacked a burglar who had forced his
way into her room and put up such
a vigorous fight the man was captured.
The man, who gave his name as
Daniel ~Curry, was stealing toward the
sleeping woman with a pillow with
wlUih, It is supposed, he expected, to
Frrrather her.
The dog was near the
bed and jumped on Curry and bit hiin
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Strlcturc and Its offProstatitis and Vital
Weakness Is invited to cut out the coupon below, write his name and address
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With Ms' head wrapped up In bandages
so that his badly discolored eyes and his
swelled and bruised face were hardly visible, Henry Fisher, a junk dealer of 823 Vi
East First street, drove up in a wagon to
the central police station at 11:30 o clock
last night and in trembling tones proclaimed himself the victim of a holdup
by a mounted robber. Jack Nlckelson of
Los Nletos. who was with Fisher, could
not say whether the Junk man had been
deprived of his money, but he bore testimony to Fisher's statement that he had
received a most unmerciful beating near
the saloon at Los Nietos from a tough
young Mexican named Heito Linares, at 5
o'clock in the afternoon.
As near as could be ascertained from the
shivering Fisher,
whose voice quavered
woefully at the recollection of his wrongs,
ho had gone to Alamltos to buy a lot ot
Junk. He had a wagon drawn by two
horses, and with him were Adolph Quandt,
A. Junk Denier, Deserted by Three
Companions In a Critical Moment,
Claims That Belto Llnnrea Set
I'pon and Relieved Him of
f!4
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women.
amovnt to
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SAVED BY FIREMAN
ERNE WINS FROM GARDNER
Was Badly Beaten, at Least, at
Los Nietos
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PORT TOWNSEND, Wash.. March 21.
Rosendall of the bark Kate
Davenport, twer.ty-four days from Honohaving
unusually
lulu.
had
reports
stormy weather during the entire voyage,
which is unusual at this season of the
year on the route from Honolulu to Puget sound.
He also reports sighting a
vessel bottom up eighteen miles southwest of Cape Flattery, drifting in the
track of the vessels to and from Puget
sound. During the past week Indians
have found considerable wreckage on the
beacn south of Cape Flatterv. Some are
Inclined to think that the vessel is the
Laura Pike, which has been drifting in
a waterlogged condition off the coast.
—Captain
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Cape
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One Million Stamp* Sold
CHICAGO, March 31.—A record-breaking
sale of postage stamps is reported by the
Chicago postoffice. The sale was one million stamps, for which the purchaser gave
a check for $35,000. In onp package wer
oOOOnft 4 cent stamps and In the other same
number of 1 cent stamps. This is the largest individual purchase of stamps in the
history of the Chicago postoffice.
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ST. PETKRSBI'RG. March 21.-Details
of the mutiny of Russian troops at Tula,
when the soldiers refused to fire on strikers, have been received. It appears the
troops fired blank cartridges but when
they were ordered to fire ball cartridges,
the sergeant refused to obey. The officer
commanding
the soldiers then threatened to kill the sergeant, whereupon the
troops attacked the officer.
The lattei
has since succumbed to the bayonet
wounds they Inflicted upon him.
What do
Southwest
Goodenow's Spring Shirt Wa'sts $1.00
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Strikers at
Tula
\
Sighted
,
RUSSIAN TROOPS MUTINY
many
Wreck
H. FISHER SAYS
HE WAS ROBBED
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Lease of Metropolitan Roads
NEW YORK, March 21.— Argument was
heard by Justice Glldersleeve in the supreme court today in the proceedings by
H. H. Content and I. and S. Wormser to
restrain the proposed lease of the Metropolitan Street Railroad company to the
Interurban Railway company. The decision was reserved.
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CAPSIZED VESSEL SEEN
;
Plan Is to Conuect With
Clark's Road
DENVER. Colo., March 21.—The Times
this evening says: D. H. Moffatt returned home last evening from a trip to
New York, which was undertaken chiefly
in the interest of the new short line to
Salt Lake City from Denver. In relation to this matter Mr. MofTatt consented
to make the following statement:
"The purpose is to build a railroad
from Denver over Berthoud' pass, there
to connect with the road which Senator
Clark of Montana Is building to the
By this route the distance from
coast.
Denver to Salt I.ake City will be 525
miles and the railroad time schedule will
be shortened ten hours.
"In my Judgment no more important
project for the benefit of Denver and its
citizens could be undertaken. Realizing
this, I have become interested myself
and am endeavoring to interest other
capitalists in the building of this road."
the
of the Methodist
history
church in California up to that time
written by the Rev Mr. Hecox. the first
Protestant minister in California.
manuscript
Made of lovely plain ehambray with
tucked yoke front, stoqk collars in
colors of red and blue. It has that
pretty new dip effect in front which
makes It still more becoming.
NEILL DEFEATS FERNS
LINE
Says
Refuse to Fire on
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G:odenow's Sprlnj Sh'rt Waists $1.50
lot are made of the popular
new ehambray ginghams. Come in
the handsomest blue and white or
red and white stripes Backs are
prettllv tucked, new bishop sleeves,
new style cuffs
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Moflfatt
swell. Mats.
Goodenow's Spring Shirt Wclsts 75c
This
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You will all be on the lookout for shirt waists today. Such a host
we have to offer you! Don't think of selecting a shirt waist without
seeing the Goodenow styles. We have made prices that are shamefully sir»ll. No matter how modest your means, you can have a
shirt waist that would suit any woman's taste if you will take quick
advantage of this sale. Read carefully each following description:
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CHICAGO. March 2J.-Attorne>» for the
various railroads that it is sought to enjoin from secretly cutting rates held a
conference this afternoon, and it is said,
agreed to make no fight against the action
of the government. This step was decided
to be advisabie on the ground that the
contest would be a practical admission that
the transportation interests desired the inInjunctions dissolved, in order that secret
manipulation might be carried on.
The only feeling among the railroad lawyers is over the alleged failures to treat
all lines alike. Several of what are called
the most chronic rate cutters have not
been proceeded against- The feeling on
this point, however, is net of sufficient intensity to prompt the big companies attacked to tight over the seeming discrimination.
t
The first evidence of the effect of the injunction proceedings was the announceeast
today
by
operating
the roads
ment
from Chicago of a reduction in the tariff
become
packing
on
to
products
house
rates
effective Tuesday.
The injurvctlon proceedings against railroads centering in Chicago will be caheo
on Judge Grosscup's docket in the federal
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"Ac KniVinrrnnneil Whale
"I do not mind the notoriety so
much," soliloquized the whale, after it
had left Jonah on the beach, "but those
smart young whales in our set will be
sure ot always be asking me to take*
something for the inner man, or to go
spouting around about how hard it is
to keep a good man down."—Baltimore
American.
Tantalizing Shirt Waists
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John
21:
"The Colombian government notifies
us ihai all consular and diplomatic messages must be subjected to censorship."
WASHINGTON. March 21.—The state
and navy departments have been informed of the purpose of the government of Colombia
censor all disto
patches passing over the cable between
the diplomatic and consular offices on
the isthmus and their home governments.
The notice came to the navy department
from Captain Reisinger of the Philadelphia. now at Panama, and the state department had its information from the
cable companies.
Not much importance is attached to
the aotioe for there have been many such
in recent years wh'ich never were enforced, against the
United States, nt
least. Our government being under obligations to protect the isthmian transit,
undoubtedly would hold that the free use
of the cables and telepraphs is necessary
to the exercise of that power and would
net permit any interference with it. With
a war vessel on either side of the isthmus there is little doubt of the physical
ability of the government to protect its
cable communication.
PANAMA. March 21.—There are no
fears of immediate disturbances on the
of traffic.
railroad or an interruption
When circumstances demand it. marines
will be landed to keep the railroads open
For Ye*rs She Was In Misery Till Fl.
nally She Determined to Be Happy
Agairv-Hoir She Succeeded
A story of suffering that rings true
in the heart of many a woman is that of,
Mrs. Joseph Adam?*, the wife of a retired
farmer who lives at No. 303 Third street,
Webster Ci*y. lowa. Her trouble and
how she secured happiness at last is best
told In heif own words.
"For three or four years," she say?.
"I was miserable. I suffered awful pain'
from cramps in my stomach. 1 could eat
hardly anything, for nothing seemed to
agree with me. I would grow faint and
suffer very much with cramps every
little while and after these attacks I
would be very weak. I had a doctor
twice a week for about two years but lie;
couldn't cure me. I would be In bed for;
a day or so. fhen up for a day and then
down, and so it would go.
"But now I am well, and, for a woman
of 72 years, am pretty strong. 1 had
been suffering, as I say, for three or four
years when I saw an advertisement in
the paper telling about Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People. I decided to
try this medicine and felt relief with the
taking of the first box. I took three
boxes in all and now I don't neejJ to take
any medicine for lam perfectly well. It
is all due to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Pale People."
These pills will not only cure cases
similar to that of Mrs. Adams, but, containing as they do, all the elements
necessary to give new life and richness
to the blood and restore shattered nerves,
they have proved efficacious in a wide
range of diseases. They are an unfailing
specific for such diseases as locomotor
ataxia, partial paralysis, St. Vitus dance,
sciatica,
neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous headache, the after-effects of the
grip, palpitation of the heart, pale and
sallow complexions and all forms of
weakness either in male or female.
There are many Imitations of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pule People but none
of them possess the wonderful power of
the genuine—the power that cures when
ordinary medicines fail. Do not let your
dealer sell you an inferior preparation.
If you have difficulty in getting the
genuine near home you can get six fiftycent boxes by mail, postage paid, by
sending two dollars and a half to the
Dr. Williams Medicine company, Schenectady. N. Y. The genuine are never
sold in bulk, always in the trade-marked
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For 25 years I have never missed
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Of RIDDING HERSEtf Of TROUBLE
AND SECURING HAPPINESS
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taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla every spring.
me reel
It cleanses mv blood, makes
strong, and does me good in every
P. Hodnette, Brooklyn, N. Y.
23,
One Woman's Way
There Were Thieves There
It is an old story, but there is more
fact in it than in most stories, old or
new. The scene is laid in Sing Sing prison and the parties to it a convict and
Keeper Connaughton. The convict
was in the dressing room putting on a
new suit. The new coat designed for
him was on a table. While arranging
some other portions of his costume the
new coat disappeared. The convict
looked for it, and not finding it where
he had left it. turned to Mr. Connaughton
and said: "There must be thieves around
here."—New York Press.
lawyers
MARCH
MORNING,
25 per cent for the year) recommended
by the directors.
[The advertisement referred to waa,
of course, one in connection with the
so-called "tobacco war/'J —Pall Mall Gazette.
COLOMBIA ORDERS
A CENSORSHIP
Then you want strength.
c
Good food, an active liver, All Consular and Diplomat i
Messages Included
Decision of Railroads in and pure blood will bring it.
Chicago
You naturally think of eggs State an<l Xavy Departments Are Inand milk, Ayer's Pills and
formed of This Action of Colombia, but Sot Much Importance Is
Contest Would Bo Admission ol Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Ask
Attached to the Matter
the Charges
your doctor if he can come
NEW YORK. March 21.—The Western
any nearer to the truth. Do Union
Telegraph company's central caof Some of the Kailroads
ble
office 1s In receipt of the following
rate.
as he says, at any
advices, dated Panama, Colombia, March
Claim That the Government Has
Discriminated and That Several
of the Most Chronic Hate Cutters
Have Sot Been Prosecuted
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INJUNCTIONS
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26G St. James Bldg. Cincinnati, O.
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tem. securely
FREE of all CHARGES.
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plainly, mail It to
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The new store for Ladles'
Raglans, Coats, Jackets,
Suits, Waists arcd Skirts
C. F. Heinzeman
Druggist and
Chemist
Everything
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