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PRAYING FOR PEACE 0H BETTER TOR MET, WOMEN AND CHILDREN THAN CASTOR IN PATH OF TORNADO DISAPPOINTMENTS LIFE'S SALTS. Ok FILLS, A3 jj MORE EFFICIENTLY AMD SWUTCSS AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM B FAR MORE PLEASANT TO TAKE. YfflJPfFlGS-"KIR'fSlN- 4 CHINESE ARE IN HOPES THAT POWERS WILL INTERVENE AND PUT END TO WAR. ARE HOMES BY SHATTERED FORCE OF WIND, AND EIGHT MEET UNTIMELY DEATH. IS THE IDEAL FAMILY LAXATIVE, Coming of Winter Expected to Cause Serious Complication Because of Famine, Many People Already Suffering From Lack of Food. Hurricane In Wisconsin Causes Loss of Million and Brings Sorrow to Many Homes In Its Twenty. Mile Course. TAIIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. Peking? Yuan 8hl Kal. the last prop of the throne, ha reached Peking at IubL He came Monday, ac- Janesvllle, Wis. A tornado which ALL RELIABLE DRUCC1STS SELL THE ORIGINAL AND swept over Rock county, Sunday afternoon, caused the death of eight CENUINE WHEN CALLED FOR. ALTHOUGH THEY COULD MAKE A LARGER PROFIT BY SELLING INFERIOR PREPARA. persona, the injury of many more, and a property loss which will reach a milTIONS, YET THEY PREFER TO SELL THE GENUINE, BECAUSE lion dollars. IT IS RIGHT TO DO SO AND FOR THE COOO OF THEIR WHEN IN NEED OP MEDICINES. SUCH Splintered timbers, broken furniCUSTOMERS. ture, crumbled rock and plaster, scatHCint. or i cohoiA DRUGGISTS ARE THE ONES TO DEAL WITH, AS YOUR jj tered farm produce and dead farm aniLIFE OR HEALTH MAY AT SOME TIME DWLHD UPON mals littering the ground over an area THEIR SKILL AND RELIABILITY a quarter pf a mile wide and twenty Buu'iiAtccMWTiwnoii, H I Mil; I WHEN BUYING IjSiioTiriVseowirw III)'! I miles long Indicate the tremendous force of the storm. NotetfieFutTNameofthQGompani; The tornado originated In the vicinBrJ 111 rf.l il t I U l TrS A i il Bouth-we'miles r UiT P tie?1 twelve of Orfordville. 1 ity LjLAUIUKMA lb SI Kir of Janesvllle, traveled northeast PRINTED STRAIGHT ACROSS, Nt AR THE BOTTOM. AND IN for several miles and then turned to THE CHCLE.NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACKAGE.OP THE GENUINE. ONE SIZE ONLY. FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING the east, missing this city by a narMINIATURE riCTUKX rAlHAl DRUGGISTS. REGULAR PRICE SO PER BOTTLE row margin. Its force waa spent near SYRUP OP PICS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA IS THE ONLY PERFECT FAMILY LAXATIVE. Milton. The greatest damage was WHICH ACTS IN A NATURAL STRENGTHENING WAY BECAUSE a IS THE ONE RLMEDY done near the point of origin and at AND WITHOUT AND CLEANSES THE SYSTEM, WITHOUT UNPLEASANT Milton. OR GRIPING. AND THEREFORE DOES NOT INTERFERE IN ANY DEBILITATING IRRITATING, Of the Schmidt family, residing BV MILLIONS OF WELL. WAY WITH BUSINESS OR PLEASURE. IT IS RECOMMENDED s of a mile from HanGET IT INFORMED FAMILIES. WHO KNOW OP rTS VALUE ROM PERSONAL USE. TO over, there Is only one survivor. He EFFECTS ALWAYS BUY THE CENUINE; MANUFACTURED BY THE BENEFICIAL Is Albert Schmidt, a fourteen-year-olboy. Physicians say he cannot recover. Alice Schmidt and her younger sister were In the house when tha Pink Fye, Epizootic For Their bodies were storm struck. Fever Shipping beblown across the road, the bouBe fei Catarrhal Fever tnrm ran aorl poal U t prvntlT. no matter bow boraeaftl aoT Bt&jr ar lnfwtd ing demolished. Anton Schmidt, father itiaUHlwt Uloodaod Ui a on or"exixMMl." Liquid. (onrut; uUm si4tb of Albert, and a tramp were In the u rm lMBtompor IB vl Hhp mn& ( hl.r la FnlouuiLajrrmIrom tfaahod. human rwlBcl trlri utiour llotork reniodr. 1'urM 1alor barn. The tramp, who was not Inand luattint Kidnry fm4v. Me and t!II a bottl; ttt and fefo a rttmen. tut tbia mi4 who rt Ufur yon. tVaa Bovaiat, iiaiUt(LMr. Kwpit hbow toyourdmuviBt. says Schmidt was blown jured, Cauataadi'urea.r bpaoial AyanU wanUd. through the barn door. His body was 60SHEN. IND., 0. S. JU SPOHH KEDICAL CO., waa "Phe boy found in the yard. buried In the debris aud received InDeath Bed Jest, ""VV ternal Injuries. Among what ' may be called deathbedMrs. Elizabeth Proede, a brl$,i.a. -jests, that of the Rev. James few months, was instantly killed when Guthries'of StIrJli;ff one of the Covethe house was carried away. He nanter martyrs, deserves a high place t". husband was In the barn and dlacovU1( Tmii n uuilll nntloU. iro ..aoII. I.. II I in Il tin. D.var Inu ered the body after the storm passed 1 y'From a Northern Window." Mr. Leo Lentz, sixteen years old, wai Cuthrles waa executed at the Cross in blown from a new barn which he was 'the High street, Edinburgh. The helping build, six mile northeast of night before he asked for cheese for Hanover, lib father. Theodore l entz. supper. His friends wondered, for the who was also working on the barn, physicians had forbidden him to eat was uninjured. cheese. But he said, with a smile. Near Milton there was one death, "1 am now beyond the hazard of all diseases." Uncle Itemu' Helen Austin, five year old. daughter earthly of Alfred Austin, a farmer. Three oia-e- r Magazine. were In the house when the torSince Teacher Did Not Know. nado struck It. It was In the primary class of a Choir Advertising Utah. graded school In a western city and choir the day was the 22d of February. New York. The tabernacl "Now, who can tell me whose birthhas been lavishly entertained here. Saturday afternoon they were the dayA this Is?" asked the tescher. Railroad Workxri, Stone Voricn. little girl arose timidly. guests of Maude Adams at a "Chantt-cler- " Mincra, Farmers "Well, Margaret, you may tell us," matinee given In the Montauk AD roa wm who 6o bavy work, tlx Vl4 of work said the teacher. In the perthai hard on khoM theater Brooklyn. After euk your work Ttne." wa the unexpected reply. hoc Um twin u Ions,yotrj ai received the protortmc th Icaliaov formance Miss Adam ooontan and bccU with mtslltr haeia. LifhtarUhaa liverybody' Magazine. choir on the stage and shook hands leather, rlourht m&j attached to work ahoaa, or qukklf filtao trf any cobbler. II roar dealer taa't with each member. Miss Adams sa'd supplied, writ u. Your inquiry briDfa a booklet. waa Squelched. and the choir of Utah she proud Gerald What do you think of this VaTfEO SH0C HAOUREIT CO. . BOSTON. MASS. and was certain a great amount of recall Idea. , good was being done for t'tah by tne Geraldlne One call will be enough, fine work of the choir on their east-er- a IF YOU HAVE thank you. tour. companied by 2,000 troops, and waa warmly greeted by the admlnlstra tlon. la honor of his arrival an edict was issued appointing him commander of all the troops in the vicinity of the capital. Great efforts are being made to Induce him to accept the premier-hip- , but he has given no definite an- CPBALlSATtOn swer. AMTQCI PATOOM J (CopyiisbL IIU.I The national assembly on Monday discussed the Immediate opening of parliament, but decided it would be Inadvisable. The matter was referred SLAY WOMEN AND CHILDREN AIRMAN FALLS NEAR THE GOAL to a committee, which will consult with Yuan Shi Kal. ' The opinion la held at the legations that there are serious complications Neither Age Nor Sex Is Spared by Aviator Rodger Injured as Machine Crashes to Earth on Last Lap of Imperial Troops at Nanking to store for China and greater sufWhen Slaughter Begins. Journey Across the Co'"nent. ferings than she has yet endured. The ' of foreign Intervention by prospect other powers than Russia and Japan axe beginning to be discussed. Winter la expected to terminate the massed movements of troops, but there will be greater death rolls through famine, even In Chi LI province. The people In the central section are already supplementing thMr food supply with the bark of trees. The government continues fathering Manchu recruits at Peking, tint aoon will be unablu to meet the payment. It hi not believed here that the Chinese can mobilize a large enough army about Peking to venture an attack, but the government's Inability to collect revenues from a single provincial capital Is almost certain to bring about a capitulation. Heroism of "Cow Girl." Los Angeles, Cnl. Because she disregarded ber own safety t save the lives of an Indian woman and ber day-olbaby. Miss Nellie Francis, a "cow girl" employed by a traveling "wild west" show giving exhibitions here, is near death at a local hospital. Mi's Francis, on root, ran In front of a dozen steers and buffaloes which stampeded following on of the performances and bore down on he tent In which the Indian woman anv her baby lay. She turned th rharg from the tent, but was knocked by a huge buffalo and before rVuer reached her, was badly gfed. Seattle Celebrates Birthday. InunAaA -- I Seattle This rlt ty years ago on November 13. bv a party of Iromlgjants from Portland.) ncaaed by the families of Arthur A. Denny and David T. Denny, Tennes-Mn- . They named the settlement arter an Indian chief, with whom the enters lived nt7-4sn- f close friendship until his dYnUi fourteen years later. Seattle's birthday was celebrated with a banquet by th chamber of commerce. dn Little Hop for Beattie. .Richmond, Va. Hy refusing on Monday to grant an appeal In the case of Henry flay lleattie, Jr., convicted la Chesterfield county, September H, of th murder of his wife, the Virginia supreme court takes away from lbs condemned mas his la el hope of scaping execution on November 21. .unless Governor Mann should Inter- fere. Schooner Lest In Storm. New Haven. Conn. The schooner Witch Hazel, from New York for I'rovincetosn. went down In the noun I off New Haven during the storm The captain and Monday night. three men sere droned and t o others were saved. When a Dog Has Right to Bite. A dog h a fisbt to bite s man who steim on Ihe rlos's tail. This, in rffeL is the ruting made by Judge J. T Ro'and Mori May hn he found for the defendant In a suit In solving a claim for tt.'' for a dog W'e Seattle dmes Want Funds for Mission. Denver. The toard of home mis ions and rhiirrh extension of the Methvli.t Epiwopal churth rir Monday to ieai) an appeal to th" denomination for a fund of I1..V"! v) to carry on the work of the eosn.nst id--- year. Enright Gven Life Sentence. Knrieht. tuminffs ("hicaeo. Maori gent of th 1'nited Aof ialion of ronvi ted of th I'lumbers. Altrnfi. fen of Vln'-enby JlnAee tetired to life Mrf5tire!y on Monday. Humane Association Object. No Vneer will the Washinaton diselples of !fle Walton b -alk.wed in Tellowonljke, In ca"h nn4 ooh them Immediately In a hot as ue sprtr.g, roT.vnienuy iation otjfrt. sman CogrST Hurt in Collision 8t, Clair. Mich. Twenty it Henry InHudng Co of Port If jron, were tr jtired Monday night whew s northbound limited Intenjrban car Yrahd Into construction caf near here. re'-nM- mr.-rde- r t nry, erm ren. n zZZ&221, iru'i jujsT? AS hi gS'JiC, IT r.rVF4 SATISFACTION TP A I I P? ALWAYS BENEFICIAL IN ITS EFFECTS AND PERFECTLY SAFE AT ALL TIMES. In "the Circfe. on everij Pacftago of tho Genuine. Sgl 1 st m three-quarter- Nanking. Historic Nanking la In the shadows of the Muncbu butcher. Friday's sun set upon a scene of fire, rapine, desolation and butchery unrivaled In modern history. Friday night 12.000 Manchu and held Imperiul old style soldiers I'urplo hill, where they are Intrenched, while from beneath the'r stronghold they drove before them hordes of Chinese out of the city. Innocent Chinese, leaving everything behind them, fled, terror-strickeand destitute, to shelter In the fields at the rear of the reform forces. The latter, numbering between 20.000 and 30.000, are Impotent to check the slaughter or avenge the sluin because of their lack of ammunition. Since the night of November 8, when the first attack was made by the revolutionist, the Tartar general has endeavored to terrorize the inhabitants by wholesale execution. Those whose queues had been cut off were beheaded; but Friday, when the order for a general slaughter was given, the whole native city was invaded by rh Manchu soldiers, who massacred men, women and children. Even the aged and women with babes la arms were shown no mercy. n SHOCK RESTORES SIGHT. Blind for Seven Year Able to See After Falling Over Chair. San Bernardino, Cal. A fall sustained when he rushed to the aid of his daughter, who had burned herself on a hot stove Saturday, brought back the sight of Henry Pennlmanof Paris Valley, who had been blind for seven years as a result of a runaway accident- - Penniman was dragged by a runaway team over a plowed field on his farm, and when picked up he was blind. Saturday be beard his daughter' cries for help and while groping hi way to the kitchen fell over a chair. When he rose he could see almost perfectly. Telling th Truth About Utah. The lenver A Rio Grande railroad ha Just Issued a folder entitled "The Iands of t'tah," which should prove of Incalculable Iwnefit to the state. The author la that well known authority on I'tsh's resource. Judge E. F. Colbtirn of Salt Lake City. Almost every section of the state in por-- ; trayed. In picture and story. In such manner that the reader cannot bnt wonder at the resources of th's great commonwealth, and he optort unities offered the proffer five pettier. However there !s no overdrawing of facts, the statements of the author teln and statistibarked by photograph cal tables shl'h should convince th" reader of the great f.tortirtl'o to te fo'ind In I.'ifih The Ivnver Kin Grande is dolas; a great work in advertising I'taY Forty-nineto Take Back Trait. Ahral.att Wet Han Krancleyn, fa! ler. a f nty nlm-r- . aged nnoiic"d j "orer that tie would once more thf trail" and brave the perils of fh Weiler la a pioneer ot j sandy the San Ilernard-nva'.'.ev, walking from St. Ii'is In slicn he nasi twmty years old : If" sas a placer j He g id miner. Hinday to) waik to Salt Lak City, thence to St. he crime overt txytt'. fk:rg fie to Caiiforn a In '4? j Man Los Angeles, Cal. In an attempted flight from Pasadena to Long Beach to officially end hla Atlantic-PacifiJourney, Aviator C. P. Rodgers met with the worst mishap ofh Is career on Sunday, fulling with his machine 12.' feet into a ploughed field on the Hrr ranch, half way between the two cities and within sight of his des- tination. Although no bones were broken, Rodgers was badly shaken up, his bands were burned by his motor and after recovering consclou3no.-tho complained of a severe pain in his side. His machine was completely wrecked. . CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. DISTEMPER in METALLKCr . TO DIVIDE THE SPOILS. Great Britain, France and Germany to Part.tion the Congo. Drussels. Report have been cur- rent for some months that a grand repartition of Africa was under consideration by interested powers, to which some color has been lent by certain observations by the French premier In .the course of a recent speech. These have taken more definite form and It 1 reported on good authority that the proposed scheme provide for the withdrawal of Belgium from the Congo, which will be divided between Great Britain, France and Germany. In compensation, according to the reports. Belgium is to receive the grand duchy of Luxemburg and territory along the left bank of the Scheldt, and Holland Is to recttve concescolonial counterbalancing sions. MAY SOON SECURE JURY.' Wed In Funeral Chapel. Salt Lake City. Jfcirl Ftledland and Miss Mary Ludwlg, both of ORdn, were married Saturday In this city, and as a result of a dare from friends, the ceremony took piece In a funeral chapel. The manager of an unerdtak Ing establishment, a close fritnd of the contracting parties. Invited them In a spirit of bandinatre to have th in the chap"l ceremony performed used for funeral ceremonln, and challenge was accepted. Tain and Swelling seldfitn indicate infernal omanic trouble. They are the reult of loeal cold or mtUmnuittnn whirh can tie quickly removed by Hamlins Vi.rd Oil. Malaria or Ptlra. biuT HoeUeche. cawtlva IVrwele. Oyeab A toe. Soar Momeca an Hetcklnc; It voar loo owes aot aaaaattaia mm4 yoo have do appriHa, McNamars Defense and State Agree to Accept Men. Iami Anseles. Cal. ''If we can find twelve men amung the talesmen now being examined, we Few Hen In England. will cars thtae troabtes. Price, 23 caata-will accept them without cxhauHting England ha one ben to the acre our twenty peremptory challenges." of territory. FORWAt.ua AMD was the statement Sunday of ClarctiLiaas ence S. Ihirrow, chief counsel for Ja. Kr. Wrsalow'a ftomhln rrn f.ir CblMrea ton os t he Mist: i tot 1 1 ii i m i rtrtS: ?s eti tta ti A blur, enttnft tb run, nxlneea InflaiBai-IIt. MrXamara, on trial for death remf. t4lumiM b.. a ,,f 14 n.u.r. ai4 IViW sua pia, eare wwd suite, Ks a botusk im.r oaioeane atlfau-tht..rlni ft r. kSTUXK sulting from the explosion of the Abllll t.inllrmklya.'.. Time building here thirteen months Pessimism I the undigested frutt aeo. DEFIANCE STARCH of experience. iMstrlct Attorney John D. FrederMistake. Fatal Boy' icks shares this view, so that with Everett, Wash. A boy named rtol-gethree jurors already sworn, a lucky IS years old, shot and k lied himcombination may furnish a complete Hrre yoa week heart, di.jty Jury within a shorter interval than self Saturday while jhowlng a Iovs opprtf Dminm aner meait r urso you spcricoc paia playmate how to handle a hammer-lesexpected. over Ihe heart, shortne of breath on om urtair safety revolver. To cnnvlne his and th many ditrein symptoms which indicet OPEN UNDERGROUND RESERVOIR comrade how harmless the weapon poor circulation and bad blond? A heart Ionia. was In experienced hands. I Mood end that bee stood th test of own over 40 year of cures is Flood In Crippl Creek Mint Carrie Ihe his bead at pistol pointed ih-and pulled the trigger, upioing Workmen Off Their Feet. Dr. PAerce's Golden Medical Discovery Colorado ftpring. A dispatch from the m" haiilsm would prevent its disThe heart beeomee regular a clnckrnrk. Th red charge. Cripple Creek !!!! OT the striking of hlood corpneclc r increaved in number-e- nd rthe a srnsatlonal flow of water In the oerves in turn r well led. Th arterie are filled Whit Hous Again Occupied. with ood rich hlood. That it why nervnut tjre of the Roosevelt deep drainare Washlncton. The Whl'e Hon e Is debility, tunn-lTh fiow followed a round irnt.hility, iaintinf .(X'll., dleappear and ere oer-eoThe pres;dnt swung this alterstiv evtrset r4 medicine! roots r.f by upts sad was - heavy that the occupied again. Oown frou hi priva'e car h"re ?:u:l-daput up by Ir. Fierce the tree of alcohol. workmen were carried nlf their feet . . . Alk Your neighbor. mornii'K at 6:4. a. m. at the end t... - 1 d awn the bore and narrowly escaped "Iwver-soreeserofiilou esonditions, ulcer,, whit swel,n,, t0 b- - t.kiB. of bis lj.ooomile trip and fifteen minWater Is now utes txlii., riroaned. Ir. I'.erc.. D.!overy. Ju.t th refreehin sod vitalising tonia needed lor aw exleavlr.e the pirtal at the rate of 21,-c- n ecutivelater the glass door forof the W?U,j" conicene Iron, levers or lor mansion It him. ..mM.. "cr,", opened peciple. Stick to (hi aefa and eane remedy rd refine ell aal'nns a minut or about four was the " knt first call " here offered president's Kood kinds i the dealer who hy lookinf lor times the usual flow. It is supposed since l.reer profit Hath. 22. excepting only Sor will in do muck half August tow food In. si fierce'e Medical tfcat an nndersrotind reservoir or Ihoeorery. stream has teen opened and that a a stop between trains two week ago. material lowerlrrg of the water level Woman at trie Head. In the mines of the district will be Milwaukee For the first Uti- - In notifeable later. many years a woman on Saturday 250, 3.C0, 3.50 & M.CO SHOES was elected to head the Hurler Kills Child, WOMEN wear W.L Douglas styliah, perfet j froten to Death. ronlerar. Wis Mi'akn. It Is Teachers' association Th hcfnr . filting.eaay walkin boota, becauee they give on Mrs. bestowed Ilrid'o-J1. for a d'er. I). ; Mary rda re 4!s Plat!. Kundherg, long wear, same aW.LDougUs Men'a shoes. (li'TOta. r f t of Mr. and Mrs. John uperintendent of schools of Kenosha. old, a rcr Hsn, u na frq vl eed 4. THE ENORMOUS INCREASE . on The went faconvention In record -rto d'sth frt his cabin.! Kin!ire wjo ail killed Hatrjr-day- vor woman Fnrrlay in the sale of V. L Dohas swe prove r of 1h hur.tet mh, not be f ;und. suffrage. He had lived alone many years. Iheir supcrKxity over aQ other makel (of t Death Due to Storm. 7 Leek Out for Ccld Weather. i the price. Jury Unable t Agree. Omaha One death Is rr riitrd tr ! it H h of winter The workmanship vvhlcS f tnaJe W. Anee'fs. Cal I'na' ie to seree j V.'apHineton iil b felt ovr pra'tiraHy th en Saturday night's storm In th't cl'v. L Doug! -ftltort famous the World v?f is nprn anything, the first women s x eek, and thef' The rody of F. C Campbell, seed f&amtasvd 10 every pair. jury to sit in Ixs A;igls was dis tire cmntry thf for many years a wat'hman If I couM lake you into my charred Friday. The rase was that wll! he many irMTt c "iane !n the Wg; fai-ene- i a f tind of L H. Maerrf. aw icl of bavin weather, jieeording to the forecast is in a department store. t Brockton, Mm, nrl .Sow you frw within thre hhxk of h;s h' ue'l by the e?.'her Violated the rrdifiance. carefuIV W.L.LVrugtas hre are mJ you Would then undeTalinfJ why they are Stranded Steamer Floated. tvidee.ee Against WowW Prisaner. Jerry Bu'k Answers Summon. Wir iheir srnpe. frt better and ranted a Kobe, The visIn Japan. the tAmf M!nne Heverly. ("al Jeremiah T. F'jrk. Ct:cpe. poiaon fcniid I I M .'Hl. X rear kwiarer than any other make for the rirxe cera of two more of the ten prsnns for many tears folifiral acer-.of sota of the Oreat Northern fifesmsh!;! hn have dld fnys'erimisly beneath th" & u'hern raclfic railroad In this company, vhitli on Saturday sttatKie.l T"t prtr . mne4 ma Imllan .. the fwf of Mrs. Ixniise It .;i r"w state, died Portday at his home here In th KtirtiMma pawae off S:itlek!i hten ve 1, mHiw alKn i ifb,,".. " H 1Z LJ f ffetalr HKiw tftn. tr'ui and was fanelt-'have made nfre liter mi t'pftoatej. arrived e police sas of pneumonia. Mf. Iturke was strirk lIand owtwowr VJUVV" "r .y t . wrr. ail . w m .rrH4 t,rf here Svjfidtv n Wednesday last. 'h woman pirion stair IKl'.l A. 14S arh SU, ltrwekawa, Haaa. nt Cer f w Vm4 mMtl. Fair-minde- d Tuii's Fills I erl t0 i ? Faint lIioi, r, ler body-build- - I . r y m ," kl. g-- T ae J0. trt run-dow- n, V. L. DOUGLAS d fn' k 4 Wwi pr--- hll :. t , f rr . -.