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Mother HYDE FOUND GUILTY woman KANSAS CITY PHYSICIAN CON VICTED OF POISONING MILLIONAIRE THOMAS SWOPE. CORED Vegetable Compound E. I took rinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and did just as you told me and now I am perfectly cured, ana nave a babv bov." biar Mrs.' Anna Anderson. Box 19. Black JJuck, Minn. " Consider This Advice. No woman should submit to a surreal operation, which may mean death, until she has given Lydia . Hnkham'a Vegetable Compound, made exclusively from roots aud herbs, a fair trial. This famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the most valuable tonlo and invigorator of the female organism. Women residing in almost every city and town in the Uuited States bear willing tostl. mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It cures female ills, and creates radiant, buoyant female health. If you are ill, for your own sake as well as those you love, give it a trial. Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn. Mass., Invites all sick women to writ her for1 al vice. Ilerudvicelafree, and, ways helpf uL HOME FROM DROVE-HUSBA- Act of Militant Suffragette That Was Too Arbitrary to Be Upheld ... . .by the Court. . The results" that may "ensue from being married to-- a suffragette were revealed the other day In a London (Eng.) suburban police court. Mrs. TunnlcllfTe took up the cause and was not able to spend much time at home When the husband remonstrated she simply commanded her daughter to pack ber father's gripsack and there and than ordered htm out of the house He went and then the lady sued him for desertion and demandud alimony "Hut surely you did not take It so feebly?" asked tie magistrate, of the husband. "It was no use objecting." was the answer. "Phe wanted to be master and said that If I annoyed her she would lock mi up. I was only too anxious to no buck home, but she would not lef me." The case was dismissed. One Type of Religion. "Too many people." said Rev. Charles F. Aked. at a luncheon in New York, "regard their religion as did Ike little boy In the jam closet. "Ills mother pounced on hlra sud denly. lie stood on Uptoo, ladling jam with both hands front the jam pot to his month. "Oh, Jacky! his mother cried. 'And last night you prayed to be made - a saint! "Ms face, an expressionless of jam, turned towards her. " 'Yes, but not till after I'm raak d.-ad-.' tit explained." Only Four Men Taken Alive From the Of the One Hundred Men at Work In the Building at the Time, But a Workings, Flames Cutting Off All Dozen or So Eacaped Serious Hopes of Escape of Balance of Injury. Entombed Men. In Kansas City. Dr. B. Clark Hyde, whom a Jury on Monday found guilty of murdering Col. Thomas H. Swope, and sentenced to life Imprisonment, owes his conviction to his own testi mony on the witness stand, Bays W. C. Crone, a Juror. Crone Is in reality the man who decided the physician's fate. Until Sunday night Crone and S. R. Johnson, a farmer from Sibley, Mo., held out for acquittal against the rest of the jury. Crone said: "At .first I believed Hyde Innocent, and, until Sunday' highlit voted to acquit him. Then I recalled his testimony about his cyanide purchases, and I decided he was guilty. I told Mr. Johnson I had changed my vote, and I talked A with him about my decision." strange feature of Juror Crone's action Is that his son, Albert, was recently sentenced to eighteen years In the penitentiary for murdering Bertha Bowler, his sweetheart. The return of the verdict was marked by an absence of dramatic features. Mrs. Hyde cried a little when she heard the verdict in the court room. Dr. Hyde did not change his usual stoical expression. Mrs. Logan O. Swope was unnerved when, at her home In - Independence, she heard the Outcome. to my ".My, home- is still open daughter." she said. "I feel sorry for her." . . But Mrs. Hyde Is not going buck to her mother. ' She is still loyal to her husband, and confidently believes the supreme court will free him. Dr. B. Clark Hyde has been under suspicion la connection with the mysterious deaths and Illness In the since the death of Swope family Col. Thomas H. Swope In October, 1909. The death of Colonel Swope followed soon after he had had a severe convulsion, and the convulsion, It was charged., by memfolbers of - the Swope family, lowed immediately after the administration of a cspsule given at the direction of Dr. Hyde. Dr. Hyde said It was a digestive tablet. It was proven at the trial that Dr. Hyde had purchased cyanide of potassium in capsules, and he was prosecuted on the belief that he gave una of these capsules to Colonel Swop. Dr. Hyde said be bought the cyanide capsules to kill cockroaches In his office. Two days before th deaih of Colonel Swope, Moss Hiiuion, a cousin of the millionaire, died si the Swope hoine following a stroke of apoplexy. . T. Twyraan of Dr. Hyde and Dr. Independence treated Ilunton. His death Is also charged to Dr. Hyde. Black Duck, Minn. "About a year ago I wrote you that I was sick and could not do any 01 I my housework. My sickness was called Retroflexion. When 1 would sit down I felt as if I could not , Copyright FEAR INVASION OF ORIENTALS UTAHN ASCENDS ML M'KINLEY Unrest Growing Out of Possibility of Former Coal Mine Inspector Planted Hindu Invasion of the Pacific Coast American Flag on Summit of Alas- Leads to Strong Protests..., kan Mountain on April 3. San Francisco. Following a meetwas a strong protest against-th- e policy, of the government In admitting aliens to this country, the executive committee of the Asiatic Exclusion league was. Instructed ' on Sunday to make formal complaint against Commissioner of Immigration Hart H. North of the port of San Francisco, charging him with violating the law In giving entry to this country of diseased Orientals. The recent Influx of large numbers of Hindus was laid at the door of the offlciuls as being detrimental to the interests of labor In the United States and particularly In the Pacific "coast section. Secretary Nagle will be asked to make a thorough Investigation of conditions here relative to the charges brought against North and the dismissal of the official will be asked should the accusations be substantiated' by the facts produced at the In. quiry. Numerous papers, documents, affidavits and a large amount of data were forwarded to Secretary Nagle by the KxcluHlon league. Unrest growing out of the possibilities of a Hindu Invasion of the const was increased on Saturday one of the Sikhs, who brought ; when his wife with him on the liner Mon-- ; Kolla, announced that other Hindu la-- ! borers ere planning to bring their wives to America and that many al ready were on the way. ing Salt Lake City. Thomas Exercise Good for It. Asked the progressive unman of the beauty niliiirlst: you think women should exercise the suffrsg"" - "Crtlnly. My rothol will Increase It two lnhs." I'urk. "ln't Arithmetic. Teacher If I Rive yon one apple do It, teachVoif; Amerkan-rdon- "t er, and you won't start any of that rouble that Adam and Kve got lno to listen to As a mule ) tils own voice, we don't blame Mm for r"insr a f bror.lc kicker A clear brain and Steady, dependable nerves Can win wealth and fame For their owner. Clear headedncss and a Strong, healthy body Depend largely on the Right elements in Regular food and drink. Coffee contains caffeine A poisonous drug. Postum is rich in the Gluten and phosphates that Furnish the vital energy That puts "ginger" and "hustle" Into body and brain. 'There's a Reason" g Lloyd, a former resident of Utah, has evidently succeeded whure Explorer Cook failed. Mull advices from Kalrbbanks, Alaska, dated April 23, state that the American flax placed on the summit which of Mouut McKlnley, on April Tliomas Lloyd and his three companions, had been sighted a few days before the 2"d. John M. Mcl.eod, a trapper who has spent his whole life In the north, and who had been trapping lu the Kuskowlm, arrived at Fairbanks with furs and reported that in the Kantishna he met J. K. Baker, a fur buyer, who told hi in that he had seen, with the aid of glasses, a the summit of flag floating from Mount McKlnley on two separate occasions. . Is McLeod, who thoroughly familiar with all the approaches to Mount McKlnley, says that the ridge upon which the. Lloyd expedition ascended Is the only possible route over which the summit miy be attained. Thomas Lloyd was for many years a resident of I'tah and was appointed coal mine Inspector by Governor lie-be- r M. Wells at the beginning of his administration In 1X36. Lloyd was born In Wales and came to this conn-tras a young man. . He lived in Carbon county, was naturalized there and served as sheriff for several terms. He married there and had a number of children. Lloyd was known as a daring fels and- - was low, a miner, DRIVING WITH ROCKEFELLER. highly recommended for the position An example of coal mine Pleasant Recreation Provided for Peo- of bis daring Inspector. Is shown by the fact ple of Tarrytown by Their Famous that on one occasion he organized a earn; of men tn follow the celebrated Fellow Townsman. J"Kobbers' Boost" gang, which oper Tarrytown, N. Y. To take a drive ated In Carbon county. D. become with John Rockefeller has STEAMER WRECKED BY WHALE. a regular recreation this spring for a CAR OF DYNAMITE EXPLODES. great many of the friends and neigh- . Thrilling Experience of Crew In B ti- bors of that famous resident of Resdents of Salt Lake Are Given a tle With Wounded Monster. and be has Increased thereby Severe Scare. his popularity among the people of Juneau. Alaska The whaler l.ake City. Cutting a gap In Salt owned by the Tyce Whaling the little city. Not a pleasant day the roadbeds of the Oregon Short goes by without the oil king Invltlns IJne. the Rio Grande Western lal!-toaSan . Francisco, w company of aoni of them, men, women and chil wrecked by a bio from the tall of and the Salt Lake & Ogden rai'- hnriKwincd whale off the Cape ol dren, to ride with him In automobile way more than fifty feet In dtame'er Monnnny on May 12, and sank In four or carriage, and It Is safe to say that and twenty feet deep, 2S.000 pounds declined, of dynamite minutes, giving the crew barely time the Invitations are seldom exploded In a box car The for his vehicles are the bert to be (landing on a spur track opposite to escape In the small boats. drive around Tarrytown Lck's Hot Hireoson harpooned a large whale, had, and the Springs Friday afternooj. which after raring away with the are beautiful. By a fortunate chance no one was infor before Mr, Rockefeller, directstarting rope, turned about and headed jured. The total damase Is estimated A passing ly for In teswl. passing under the a ride, always dons a paper vest, de- at locomotive $9,000. II to be a great protection dropped a spark on rtern of the boat, the whale dllveretl claring the car that con-- j a furious blow with Its tall and galnt colds, and he Insists that hi tained the dangerous explosive, se; smashed in the hull. The crew rowed JgueMs do the game. After the ride he ting tbe car an re. to shore and built a fire. The next refnaea to take bark the garment, and Fordney Anawers Beveridge. night tbry were picked up by a pa-Iconsequently 4n nearly every home in Th whale was afterward Tarrytown may be found a paper vest Washington. Representative Fordlound flouting dead. preserved a a souvenir of a delightful ney of Michigan delivered a speech on the tarift in the house on Friday. ride with the multi millionaire. Tea Richard to Referee Fight. Mr. Fordney's speech was Intended ai Another Record Broken. FrafrlTo Tex Rkkard. who 5n a reply to Senator Beverldee's Indt-- I Is aocialrd with Jirfc Gl aon In the MourmeJon. France. Panli Kinet. ana speech against the tar. IT. Mr. promotion of the Jeffrlea Johnon con- the Belgian aviator, on tunday broke Fordney d't tared the senator from In test. nd who came Into prominence the world's record for an aeroplane diana has assaulted the Republican tour years ago when be engineered flight With a passenger, remaining In party and held himself up to his conthe Oans Nelson fight at fSoidfield. Ne- ihe air for two hours and fifty-onstituents as a martyr, representing vada, wag on Monday seicted to minutes. At Chalons-Sur-MaxnApril himself as the savior of his referee Ihe battle between the two a. Klnet made a flight, with a pas- Representative Fordney took uppeipl.;. SenIn accepting the place, senger, of two hour and Iwenly min- ator Beverldge's tariff speech:, heavyweights. ho ever, the Nevada promoter made utes. Previous to that Orville Wrichl by Issue, and delivered what he beIt clear that he would step aside tf held the record, remained In lieved to be an answer to each or Jeffrie and Johnson agreed upon an the air at Il.ilin having lat Hepitiler, with them. th'f loan. a t for one hour and thirty Socialists Prepare for Campaign. minute. Inauguration Date Not Changed. Chicago. One hundred and fifty Vsh!re!on liy the lack of one to the National Socialist im delegates War. Labor Figured vote, Ihe boose on Monday dee'.lned to met here on Sunday to pre W. Van Cleave for- eongre St. J. ImiI. accord the twothird vote mer t are for the coming state and president of to? Nation,".! Ma mi i to submit to the several staffs of the facturers' Encouraged by asocial irm, died of h"art the electioncampaign. Union th question ,,f charm ng the of a Socialist mayor in m at his II disease h' Kumlay. hie date of the lfi?ne;if aHoft of president was nearly fil yars oH. Mr. Van Milwaukee the party workers a e layand vice president from March In their plan fur the election of at attracted infernaMim.il a'ten ing the ;)t Tbur1y In April. The vote Cleave least one or two congressmen In Wis n ti a contend to bTafiie a;.d power m upon the resolution offered ty and southeastern Kansas. laree political iar-ti- fhslfl There was but one contested of Texn wl;Ji byla lwvh thof his !:nrpenia!i Hnry renn Item. I. reirtit iinf"m)prom;?ing that from California, and this favorably fo di ute was adjusted. by the ommitfee i n J idlciary att turle toward the hlz labor Ica b Scaled C!iff and EvanJed Pursuers, Conn cts Burned to Death. . Negro May Hesd South Pole Expedition. Ivor Colo. V,i? i3 a hal! of bul New York. A distinguished Visitor Ala Center lil neero Thirty-- ! ccr.atti loath to this country is iKms'as Mawsrw. convict. lost their live early Monday Ifts anl daring a, .i of a pt.e p:t'ii i'.ilt. (icti prnf-c- r of geology at the Universal v toad" of th Bed Fealhf br tin the it Sydney, Australia, who 1. Coal rmipany at l.nfil was de- Vcyo Mi'unaza. ;,- - ,!j.inee pasitt of the niiiidtfi of Air. ather-In- throueli on his way home, arriving 1 by one t the stroyed t y fire, V'ilon, li Ieiver, laje Saturday here Friday. Before departing he ptixonrts In an effort to escape. to meet his old chief, gir Erne( escape TMHy five cf the convirta were b'irn-e- afternoon mad'! a ?hak1eton. Professor Mawon was to daih and ano'hr i b.t by from a shr1?I' r.'se In the tnuit member of the Shacklefin epditi-wet of here. With the Arn'me h biirnei was guards. the iiero who s;arl-the biafe. It hard on his heel and firing a they which reached the south maent'e was with difficulty the other convicts rati, the Japines? li.appeared over a pole. He will confer with Sir Ernesi hin.sel' about ano'ber expedition and If Sii were preven'e-- j frcm ecap tig. The mounts!-- ! ridee and snn financial los will reach several thon-san- d over the prec'pice, reaching the hot Ernestr will not h"ad it the lead-rah- lp will t0 professor Maou. torn la sa'ety. d il ars vr five-grai- n . Pa-rifl- y first-clas- Tar-rytown- Sor-enso- d j ee', e e, !; aener, J I ! e r. '' tf e d hunManchester, Kngland. One dred and thirty-sevemlnera lost theli lives on Thursday in an explosion in the Wellington coal mines at White Haven. Rescue parties succeeded In saving four men, but fire has broken out in the workings, leaving practically no hope for those still entombed. Throughout the day the rescue parties made considerable progress in the mine, but their work was stopped at night by the collapse of the roof. A curious fact Is that a colliery warning was published In many of the newspapers in the mining districts of the kingdom on Wednesday to the effect that unusually high barometric conditions made fire damp explosions and that all underground probable workers should be on the alert. The barometer reached its highest read-luin the White Haven district. King George has sent a message of syniputby to the owners of the colliery. THE FLORIDA LAUNCHED. n i Out of the Race. Uerane of the general scrapping match between the various eiUos ns to who shall have the honor of the National or International Congn-s- a of Aviators. Wahlnelon and Baltimore have both withdrawn from the whole business EXPLODED THIRTEEN MEN ARE KILLED AND THIRTY INJURED AS RESULT OF ACCIDENT. THIRTY-SEVE- LOSE THER LIVES IN BRITISH COLLIERY. Man's Own Testimony ReVerdict by Jury Which Will Mean Life Imprisonment, Unless Decision is Overruled. By Ly dia E. Pinkham's up. ONE HUNDRED AND Accused sulted fet COAL MINE DISASTER BOILERS WHILE THE EARTH PASSES THROUGH THE COMET'S TAIL r jc Big Fighting Machine Equal to Five Ordinary Ships. the white York. Flying New Blarred ensign of the United States navy at her stem, the stars and stripes at her stern, and a string of gay signal pennants along the 520 feet of ber deck line, the battleship Florida, the biggest of the American dreadnaughts built thus far, was successfully launched at the Brooklyn navy yard on Thursday In the presence of the of the United States, the secretary of the navy, the naval attaches of all the powers and a crowd of r.0.000 enthusiasts. The 21.S2!t-tofighting leviathan Is built to carry ten guns the concentrated big gun Ore of five ordinary battleships. , Warlike Conditions In Ecuador. Ecuador. The Brltsb Guayaquile, steamer Ecuador with malls from Panama, which was due here May 11, arrived May 15. She bad on board government troops from Esmeraldas bound for Machala. President Alfa ro, who has spent the last two days In reviewing troops near the frontier. returned Sunday. He says he found the forces In excellent spirits. Col oncl Monex Veuasa, commander of the southern division of the army, has advanced to Jiron. The army of Machada has been divided Into three divisions, commanded respectively by Generals Flavte Alfaro, Franco and Moncayo. Florence Hay Acquitted. Elko, Nevada. On the ground of temporary Insanity, Florence O. Hay, 18 years old. was acquitted on Friday, of the murder of Joseph D. Carroll, her paramour. Carroll, who was the Nevada agent of the Becker Brewing company at Elko, was shot last November by the girl. Carroll bad been living with the girl and had promised to tnsrry her. The testimony also went to show that he had about $3,000 of her money, and had told the girl be was going to quit ber, and refused to return any of the money. Canton, O. Qutck death to thirteeu men, serious Injury to thirty more employes of the plant, and damage to the buildings amounting to many thousands of dollars these are the results of the explosion of a battery of seven boilers Tuesday afternoon at the American Sheet and Tin Plate company. The force of the explosion was ter rific. The big plant la practically a total loss. A mere shell of the building is left. Identification of the men was diffi cult. Heads, arms and legs were blown from bodies and fragments of the bodies were blown blocks from tbe scene. Bits of human flesh have been picked up on porches and roofs of houses and In trees. One hundred men were at work in the plant at the time of the accldenL But a dozen or bo escaped some In- Jury, and these worked heroically to rescue their fellow workmen from the burning ruins. Tbe body of one man waa blown through a house 700 feet from the plant. The body entered the bouse from the east aide and landed in a straight line through a bedroom and out the west side. The torso of another man was found In a garden GOO feet away. "For God's sake hit mo on the bead and kill me!" cried one workman to the one who found him. The Injured man had an arm torn oft and a great hole In his side. PEOPLE PANIC STRICKEN. Survivor of Cartago Earthquake Tells of Times of Teeror. New York. Dr. Walpale Brewer. who has arrived here front Cartago, Costa Rica, brings the first Informaof the territion from an ble earthquakes in that country. Dr. Brewer was surgeon of the Print Jaochlm, and was sent to Cartago with six nurses. The party arrived at Cartago twelve hours after the dlaster. "Our special train," Dr. Brewer said, "took us through a country alive with men and women running hither and thither, shrieking and praying to be delivered from death. Some tried to scramble aboard the train and two or three were ground to death beneath the wheels as we passed by. It waa a spectacle of panic, the worst I ever aw. "Between April 13 and May 4 we had 1C0 separate shocks In Cartaayj. Tbe one that played the worst havoc came on the night of the fourth." s FOUGHT OUT FEUD. Death as Result of Duel to the Fancied Injury. San Bernardino, Cal. Bert Mae, a Santa Fe special officer, and David Allison, fought out an old feud Tuesday night In the midst of the centennial throng. Bullet flew among the crowd and Allison Is dead, with four bullets through the body. No one else waa hurt, although the fight caused a panic among hundreds of men and women sightseers. The feud between the two men was of two years' standing, dating from the time when Mae, then a city police-man- , served a warrant on Allison. The latter Is said to have declared his Intention of killing Mae, but the two never met until Tuesday night. Mae surrendered to the sheriff. Iowa Miners Resume Work. Moines, la. Tbe new wsge con tract governing Iowa cral miners and operators was ratified Saturday by the Joint conference, and the 16.000 mln Was Jury Tampered Withf crs who have been on a strike for the Kansas Cy. If Dr. It. Clatk Hyde, past six weeks resumed work Mon attorneys carry bis case to the suday. The contract provides for safer preme court, the physician will not mines, a betterment In social condi- have to go lo stale's prison pending tions and the desired Increase In action by the highest tribunal. He wage. The operators are pleased be must remain la Jail here, however. cause of the disciplinary provision Rumors that Dr. Inwhich enables them to enforce tbe tend to claim whenHyde's attorneys their present they contract and which practically pre motion for a new trial that the Jury cludes the possibility of a strike. that tried the physician was tampered with, has caused an Investigation to Twenty Injured by Powder Explosion. be begun by Prosecutor who lnd. Three, hundred has Interrogated severalConkiing, Ixtganport, of the Jury- pounds of powder stored In the maga sine of the Caparis Stone company Postmaster Hanson Acquitted. at Trimmer, lnd, seven miles wet of here, exploded Thrsday nUht, In Salt Ijike AfW bing out juring about twenty reidents of th exactly one howr, Tuesday afternoon lown. John Elroy, In charge of the the Jury In the case of Frank Hanson, mscazine, cannot be found, and Is be former postmaster at Flimore. on trial In the Unltel S'ates district court, lieved to have been blown to atoms House in the town were badly dam- chared with burning tbe postoffice atscd, and the cxplos on could be felt at Fi:lmore and extracting Ie1ir for miles in every direction. therefrom, on poptemlir 6. 1 ,, brought In a verdict nt not Kills Direct Vote Bill. Women and Children Dcowne-1- . Piston .Without debate the senate cn Thursday hilled tbe hone rolu Gliham. Ark. Mrs. Wesley Wright ttf'n placing Massachusetts on record and Mrs. Gena Heath an l six chill-reIn favor of Ihe ejection of United were drowned In the tl'?.satai States senators by direct vote. The river Tuesday night They were tryvote on the resolution was 11 to 2 ing to cross the river In a agfin an'l ?n the drakri's three Republican votins; with th did not .taerv that the river was out of It bant e.ght Dernorsts In the affirmative. IX'S (. n William Honors Roosevelt Theodore Roesevejt. fot mej rres 'dent of the United S'ates, deilv ertd a lecture on Thum'ay on ths topic. "The World Movement." at the iniverity of Berlin. ao1 received from tbe universl y the honorary degree of !octor of Phlicsophy. Em pcror W illiam honored the occasion with his presence. It waa the first t'me the emperor had graced a conferment, and the courtesy wa significant n view of the fact that the German eonrt Is at present In mourning for iv ne KawaM Emperor B"H"n. -- Gave the Lie to Brandeis. WssMns'on. A day fiilod wih fp s ng climat df an netti- hot the Rt'ilinger-Pinlnve'iEi!i n la'e Tuesday when Assistant A'orny General Oscar Law-l-auihf'f of the now f Iff rnf Tforanl'im. rose wratkNiiy from the witne ;aa1 and accused Attorney Brand; of ottering a dnl!tv erate untruth. Then. ftr he had been rebuked by several members of the committee, Mr. lwler withdrew his remarks and apologized to the in r r. committee.