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THE JlOUMNil them I.JJ Ki- - thi a Ji'.ii ' if ij.uc-i'- jf CURE MEN Effectively and Permanently l.j Augvlr. CURE MEN ByModern, Quick Methods VVE ' Mi ll 1 M. to 1 , -- ciuse Tom Uusau i aun: Wjlaaai I'aiTi.h. i.:u to 1. ao.-i.iii- in (Lt-wia- 2. . ; iLir.l, b ; 142 J n;, and ludiau Ma' .uUiivr also ran. Sacoud ruev. f,t- - ai.ti a Lulf furlong Nappa. ("a tl UoLndL 0 tJ 5, won: J. Neic.'u. iKrut). 0 to 1. 3t t l socouJ; Star, llu (V. FWln-M- . 1. third. Hu.lapt-i-t- , T.pe. 1 "H t Allenun, Haliou. Ik mi ro, ltiieiia ant Taot als.i ran. Third rare, mir mile I!a. lu7 t Keogh-- , J to 1, won. Uncle Henry. 114 1C Knerueri. 4 to 5. aerou.i; Ruih. Ill (tV. Fischer). 4 to I, third. Time. 1:45. 1.. V. KuiigMuan. Feniu-aui- a and Bush whacker aio ran. Faur.h rare, free handicap, futurity courae-C- ol. Jack, 1x3 iKncruer), J to 1, in; Aire. 1U2 I Preston t. 4 to 1. second, Arinin lie (H jllu.an l. 4 to 5. third. Time, 1:111-4- . Milaoro, Sau Alviso and Irish Hall alu ran. Fifth race, mile and a sixteenth Bill Curila. loti (Carroll), 8 to 5. n; aecon.l ; Aaora. 105 iD. Boland). 7 to Loa Angeleno, 102 (Singletim), 8 to 1, third Time. 1:51. Col. Brunatou, Oratorlan and Pirate Polly alao ran. Sixth rare, mile and flfiy yard. -Legatee, H7 (Singleton), 4 to 1. won; lady 11 ofn-- bjr '' i'; v i.-- BONDS. ot' corrupting lMeses or en- ter. i,g tiiit-- i auy roaspiiaey to produce la e tes:::iMiny are i.i.ewis.- denied Scots MEN Come and Get Well Drs. Elliott & Norris .. I titsii. - t.li-lt- t IX-- c. ti:i.miasiiiner W.i: S.i ol Ike .Ue.iii-- NEW CHWANG TRANSFERRED. the giutit wus wli.ell 'll ScotiJIld. ton iy lit .it : .iva' up cling of li Tiikin. lv England aud Scotland. Cait-Uo- Mexico City. p Ur. MEXICO. 3 -- A. E. SMlwell and party, consisting of ion English and American capitalists, are expected in arrive In this capital at a late hour tonight. The party ta traveling un a apecial train due here early today, but It w a delayed. Mi" Stllwell Is at the head of tlu- - Kansas (Tty. Mexico & when comOrient railroad w hk-li- . pleted. will run from Kauaaa City to Topolobampo. on the coast of the gulf of California. The party will nuke an examination of the road. While heie they will be rerelved by 1 resident Dial. ul.t-gc- COMPANY FINED. PULLMAN m-d- Anu-rica- SULTAN i Conatsntlnople. Dec. 3. It waa officially announced In the Gaaette today that the sultan haa bestowed the d Ke-ult- Sh'efakat order upon Mr, and Miss Jackson, wife and daughter rripw-tlvelof John B. Jackson, tha American mluister to Greece, Montenegro and Servla. y I (lhi-gau- 5-- AUTOMOBILE Mni-fred- CHRISTMAS PRESENTS GALORE, heeauae et their Infinite variety and aupnrh art title beauty in decorated china and cut glxaa, are found more fileaelng and better appreciated gift a tnin any other. At Olsen'a you have an extremely large Block to aelect from, ranging from dinner, tea, lunch and breakfeat aeta to fancy and ornamental creatlona that, are alwaya a aource of jov and beauty. In cut ghua we have a tine line of uaeful thinga. E, A. Olsen, Grocer, 2259 Washington Ave. COURSE. Albany, Dec. 8. The Long Island Motor Parkway corporation was Incorporated here today by Auguat Belmont and other, with eapltal of The company will purchase (PH). real estate and will establish an auto--. mobile course. The principal office I will be at Mlneela. U 1. COLLARD TRIAL BEGINS. t. Wholeaala and Ratail SPORTING GOODS. Jobbare of EDISON PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS, Clark, Horrocka Fiahlng Tackle, Stall and Dean Athletic Goodai Phonographs Sold on Eaay Tarma. 151 24th 8L EX-GO- Or-cha- Prompt, rellshls and st low cost, any Urns you ray we'll bt on your job snd handls It expadltloualy aad wclL ALLEN TRANSFER CO. Phous 22 for yours. ALWAYS NICE . AND FRESH 2344 Washington Ave. Wa ulah Lo call your atteutlom to the (act that our new stock of Fancy Ratlin, Currant. Citron, Orango and Lenum Feel has arrived. They era choice, clean stork, and tho beat that money can buy any placo In tha city. Wo also have on han.l a supply of pure apple elder, guar an food to bo tho beat on tho market. Made from select and clean apples. Now la a golden opportunity to got tho very best of goods fur the making of your mince meat. BOTH PHONES 234. T. D. EVANS Ol Co. STAPLE and' FANCY GROCERIES. 23(4 Washington Avenue. Ftrhlwg Peanits. The seeds of the xanut are planted like beans, and when the vines have come up and the nuia are ready for harvesting the farmer taken a culti- d court-martial- )ld ,. GETTING DOWN TO FACTS. Why do the well-tdpatronise us most? In tho right answer to this to tha key to eoeooao. Think twice and o answer at thn JUMBLE, Halle 1144. Rooms, Bto ns, Buah M'GOVERN MEETS ROOSEVELT. Washington, Dec. 3. Terry the prise fighter, bad a moment's talk with the president today. He wa accompanied to the White house by hla private secretary, and called merely to pay hla reapects. n New Orleana. Dec. 2. Result a: lgmdtm. Doc. 8. In view of the reFlret race, five anr a half furlonga cent sensational rumor a regarding !h. Monere won, Maite O'Neil aecond. condition of the health of Joseph Dncheaa of Montebello third. Time, Chamberlain, the secretary, 1:08 a bulletin wnn Issue, l from hla resiMoor-Gree-n BirmiSecond race, six furlong, selling dence, Highbury, Dargln won. Bill Phllllpa aecond, Wild ngham, thin morning, stating that Mr. Chamberlain maintain a steady ImIrishman third. Time, 1:14. Third race, aix furhmga Charlie provement; that he la able to take Eastman won, La Sorcie.re second, dally walks and drives and that hla Palloday third. Time, 1:12. eyes have so much Improved that he Fourth race, one mile, handicap is now allowed to read. Juggler fan, St. Valentine aecond, Dr. STUDYING LEPROSY. Spruill third. Time, 1:39 Fifth race, live furlonga Voting Honolulu, Nov. 82. via Sen Franiron, Jaromo aecond. Hilly Verlrera third. Time, 1:012-5- . cisco, Dec. 4. Dr. Walter Brlncker-hufwho la to have charge of the lepSixth race, mile and aixtesnth, sellaecond, rosy Investigating station on the ing Orley 11 won. Padre . Island of Molkal. to now here engaged King Wilda third. Time, 1:471-5- FUEL SITUATION Snow to falling and earning hardship I do." In bringing In wood. Twelce car of "Who was there at the time? coal arei n sight for the town, accord-in- g of business agmit " Jerry McCarthy, to the railroad official. Drivers' the Truck union, and myself. "What happened there? WASHBURN NOMINATED. I saw a man bit a driver employed by Franklin MarVeagh A Co. and knocked him down. When the mau C. Worcester, Maas., Dec. 8. Charles Washburn waa today nominated by got up, I hit him myself." Ihe Republicans to succeed the late Repreaentatlve Rockwood Hoar for the DECISION ADVERSE TO CITYL , unexpired term. Washington, Dec. 3. In an opinion by Justice McKenna, the supreme court of the 1' rilled Htates today decided the case nf the city of Monterey, Cal., va. Durid Jacks adversely to the city. The iliKpute waa over land disease amounting lo square leagues In In the study of a leprosy-likwhich exists In rare instances In rata. are granted to Monterey when H was This property, He to seeking to find lta relation, If a Spanish pueblo. which baa alnce become valuable, was anv. to leprosy in the human system. Delegate to Congress J. K. Kxlanal-nI- e sold to JHcka snd others In 1859 for expects to leave for Washington, 91. (MM) to par an attorney's fee. The transaction was attacked In this Decemlier 5. suit on the ground that the state legINDICTMENTS FOR PERJURY. islature, which authorised the sale, waa Incompetent to do so and that the Santa Fe, N. M Dee. 3. Before ad- city council, by whom the transfer journing tonight the federal grand was made, wa without legal authorJury probing coal land entries In ity In the premises. northern New Mexico, returned two Indictments for perjury and suborna- CURZON APPOINTED GUARDIAN. tion of perjury against Dr. J. H. Sloan, Washington. Dec. 8. laird Curxon territorial superintendent of insurance. In connection with coal land of Kedl"Hti.n, former viceroy of India, entries In Rants Fe and Sandoval todav waa appointed anrIUary guarcounties. The Investigation will be dian' for hla three minor children by Juatice Gould of thn supreme court of continued at the March term. the District of nliimbla. He 1 authorized to Cfllect any money due to IMITATION PRECIOUS STONES. the children from the estate of their New York, Dec. 3. Warnings are grandfather, the late Levi Z. loiter, bring sent out by Importers of pre- and to collect the Interest on the marto wholesale and retell riage settlement deed of trust which cious stone dealers to beware of glass Imitations was executed in Washington April 20. cf ruble, emeralds and sapphires that' 1U95. at the time of Ixird Curzon s have been aold In large quantities In marriage to Mirs Mary Victoria letter. the last week or two to dealers by a The children Interest In the Lelter French vender, who designated the ar- estate Is S3o.ori a year each, and tho ticle as re constructed atones. It la lnlereA on the marriage settlement a year each. said that some of the imitations bare deed of trust Is already been arid under the same name to holiday buyers. Itching, bleeding, protruding or I blind piles yleid to Doan's Ointment MEN OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE Chn.nic cases soon relieved, finally cured. Drugging 11 sell It. Honolulu, Dee. 3. Indications are TO eE PROMULGATED TODAY. cropping out that the Japanese who have been arriving here for sime time, -- The a well as those who have been grantdecree to be Havana. Dec. ed passopria. and who will arrive in ;iii'd under the aleclfic authori'y of milt-tsrmen with the future, are picked the president of the United State, of all member of experience. by which the of the Ci:hsn conhe SULLIVAN RESIGNS. gress. elected in 19b5 will be declared t he promulgated In the i scant, i ".-It wa Panama. Dec report! .1 UffirNi Gazelle tomorrow. here tonight that John G. Sullivan, While the Liberals are rejoicing chief engineer of the Isthmian over the discomfiture of the Modercanal commission, haa resigned. ij ates, m.i.'h being waa appointed In October. H if)&. experience! a: the failure uf th de- f. e CORBETT TO MEET M'GOVERN. 3.' New York, Dec. "Young" Corbett and Terry McGovern will fight, before the Eureka Athletic club of Baltimore the last week In January for 70 per cent of the grosa receipts. Washington. Dec. 8. The supreme court of the United tSates today derided the cane of the city of Atlanta. "pipe line Ga. agalnat the trust," In favor of the city. The suit was Instituted by the city under the Sherman anti- - trust law on the complaint that by the combination of the manufactures the municipality ban been compelled to pay an excess of 1 15.000 over a fair price on orders for pipe amounting to lafl.non. The city asked damages In the sum of 9(5. 000, or three time the amount of los but the court of appeals, affirming a decision by the circuit court for East Tennessee, allowed only $7,000. The essential violation of the law alleged was that all the pipe makers had o manipulated their bids a to throw the contracts to the Anniston Pipe and Foundry company of Anniston. Ala., rendering that company's bids the lowest offered, notwithstanding thev were atll exorbitant. POLICIES CANCELLED. Princeton. Ky.. Dec. 3. AH Insur an re policies covering holdings controlled by the tobacco rust, so called. In western Kentucky, were cancelled today a the result of the burning of two ateamerles by a mob which entered Princeton laat Friday eight. The policies were cancelled by telegrsrfl from Louisville, moat of them being in two companies. The excitement cauaed by the is still intense, interest hein to helghtend by the Inquiry begun Sev day by State Fire Marshal Ayers. t witnesses were examined, amotii mob-actio- -- . RELIEVED. the Washington Tonopah, Nev., Dec. 3. The fuel street tunnel? asked Assistant States situation here to very much relieved. Miller. Attorney I9n&, . v I i Frealdewflal roliriitsm. John A dims waa eight years older tbau hla successor, Thomas Jefferson; be eight yeara older than James Madison; be eight years older than Jamna Monroe, aud be eight yesrs older than John Q. A Jams. Georg Washington ended hla term aa president In bis sixty-fift- h year, and ao, too, did John Adams. Thomas Jefferson, James Madlsou and Jamef Monroe. Thomas Jefferson and John Adairs died on the same day, July 4, VSX, exactly (Iffy years after the signing of the Dec laration of inde-pe- n lenee. One other president James Monroe, died on July 4. Hla death occurred in 183L Pfrlrrl Feslires. In a perfect face every feature should bear a certain proportion to every other feature. Tbr width of the face should be equal to five eyes. The distance between the eyes should be exactly equal to one eye. Another Important relation la that between the eyes and the niomh. The width of the that eyes should be equal to The nose should bo of the mouth. equal In leugth to the height of the forehead, of a regular shajie and precisely defined outline. two-third- s Kejogmeals. I have told you of the Fpsniard who always put on bis pecta'les when aliout to ext cherries that they might look bigger and more tempting. In like manner I mnke the most of my enjoyments, and, though I ilo not cast my cares sway, I pak them In aa little compass as 1 can and carry them a conveniently n 1 can for myself and never let them annoy others. Koulhey. ibe Kmw. said Boggles in his wife, with sn idea of instructing her In do yon know what economy, civil service Is?" 'Jasper, replied Mr. Boggles, with memory of rceii contact with the cook, '"there tou t any. Marla, Material Par IJW Boss In a Mow. German arienttota anmiunco that tha material for a man weighing lfiO pounds can lie fonml In tho whiles and yolks of 1J00 hens' eggs. Reduced to a fluid, tbs average man would yield ninety-eigh- t cubic meters of Illuminating gas and hydrogen enough to fill a balloon capable of lifting 155 pounds. Tlie norms I human body has In It tho Iron needed to make seven large nails, tlx; fat for fourteen pounds of candles, the rarlNtn for sixty-fou- r gross of crayons snd phusjihonis enough for 821,-00- 0 matches. Uut of it can he obtained, besides, twenty teaspoons uf alt. fifty lumps of auger and forty-tw- o liturs of water. storage, Btovwa, Snaps. Garta Plane Pit-le- PIPE LINE TRUST CASE. the cti'upter ot the transfer ernes ws supply our patrons GROCERIES Herald. Trana-Cuucaal- e, 3-- GOODS COMPANY Vegetables Staple and Fancy pur-jxm- e, atrlke SPOUTING Hair. of your head la not a very difficult task," said the refiner of the assay office to a friend recently. "A very does approximation cau be made by weighing tho entire amount of hair ou a man's brad and thru weighing a single hair. The weight of the former divided by that of tho latter will, of course, give the desired nura'ner. If you will pluck out a hair A from your heard I ran show you. long and straggling one was accordingly detached, the refiner putting It on a scale which waa Inclosed In a glass caae ami graduated with extreme accuracy. With little weights of aluminium be piled up one arm until an equipoise was reached. The hair weighed three kilograms. If you reduce this to figure." said ttie apeaksr, "it would require R,nn) hairs to weigh one ounce, ami, au)iposing you have alx ounces, you have 4M,it halm." New York Portsmouth, Dec. 3. The trial by court martial of Meat. Collard, R. .t charged with Inflicting unusual punishment and lining abusive language to a stoker in 1905, and wllh Improper ne of the order "on the knee," November 4 laat, which caused mutinous outbreak a among stokers, began here today. reni-mb- PkOliDFIT la Manaslte Life. i-fl- vator rspertolly made for that and Cart down tho long rows. Un eltlier aide of tbla cultivator arc two long knives which sink Into tho ground nuttrlently to rut tho' taproot of tlie vine. Tho same process to gone through with cm thy other old of tho vine. The mala rout being thus oev red amt the ground loosened, tho vluea are lifted Into shock like com. ROBBERS CAPTURED. They are cured by allowlug them to tarn! In the sun for abmit ten days, Dec. 3. A when a colored woman and children Tiflis. band of twelve robbers yesterday at- are sent Int tlie field to pick tho nuta tacked the estate of Princess Avalova, from the vines. An average picker plundering her residence and assaulted will pick about five bushel a day, for the princess. The were captured and which ha to at tha rate of 10 will be tried today by drum-heacento a bushel. -- Pine Fruits . To numlier the hairs HONORS. BESTOWS .Iiipunt-M- ' of New t'hwaug to t'li ii.a wu coiu- tiaueii-ivii.- e Weight Braver. Pa.. Dec. 3. At a bearing today no defense waa offered by the Pullman Car company in the ease brought against It by the state pure food commission, charging Ihe company with upu'ying It patrons with aduiteruter milk, The compauy was fined $75 and costs. ), whore you buy the Best the Market Affords of Oh. uy frieml. you may prate of wasted lives atnl idleness aud the parasites uf the church and all that sort ot thing, hut 1 fvur It Is little you know about the vital force that are feedlug and sustaining and strengthening It every hour uf the four and twenty. If I could show you the letters that canx to me from that friar lu the south of Europe, letters bubbling over with health and happiness and the sweet nat resignation, and then abow you a photograph of a young man In tonnre ami cowl, with the calmest, clearest eyes that ever looked out from under a placid brow ; If you could have felt of hla knotted hlcciw and known the grasp of hi small but powerful hand and heard the uw! of hi hearty laughter for hla spirit was bubbling over even ttiere in his serene solitude you would to understand why thn periiats mouastlc Itte.m spite of lta tranquillity, never stagnates aud why the mure you contend against tbs spirit of the religious orders the wore they live and thrive. From A Flu da Btecla Friar" In National Magaaine. d TOURING The ycMi-rdu- lliallls g'-i- of It. tin.' I'l"d up hidden torcs and au.uiosltiee long doiiiiiian: in the Scottish nation, it would end the mine, verv badlv The time might come, laird saved Koaeberri emit. mint, when the Scot tish natioU would be eomiH l.ed. if Much treatment was e.nMnued. to examine more strictly into the hem tlu r. ee.-efrom the treaty of uuiou between Labor Organizations Petition in Favor 1W tl:v aduiiunii'atinn stir SHIP SUBSIDY BiLL. Grocery Co. Is This i PICKETT 2 dntrrstaie K. M flicker' the r.iiiient, laud proles! resolution lair.; of protest iu a V'gocuus Ipeeeb. tic su.-was a thing as declared there unwle frugiitty. If for the sake of small ee.m.miv thv to leitve and government was coiitiacted. Waki:s!ou, MMkSRKKSXafltfSarB eb. who lias been cviurliiod to ins for ix week aiiflenug from a slight Hal attack of muhtriJ. is grauually iiiipr.jv-in.e plan for am! will lie able to work wiiliin a week lie!.! in Kdiiiburgii ui.ived t lie bill of hi .leinaudh an ,v.t. exp. uses and eat.l hat much of and unlawfully unreasonablv i: wj a HEALTH. elec-Hell- of army. Sen-- . from bus -- CURE w - aru i leoisji.i'iiioi.. to rebn e a lavab-- i - -- Dec. Sjieaker hits received fifteen petitions fivim labor union organisations among eixty niue councilmcu jir.iiuiner.i of )7c'Oo on the ground that he in this country asking hnn to use his . hims-l'influence for the passage of tl.e ship might inn tu. inale subsidy bill. As President Gouipert of the American Federal inn of laibor NEW TREATV PROPOSED. !u.mr leaders and other prominent opposed the measure the VaMugt 'n. Dec. S. There will he have openly have a lies trea:y sent to tbr senate at petitions sent to Mr Canuou caused Monte surprise In lliat they Indefinthe present of a division suung the labor ing the title of the Isle of Pines, ac- dicate on this Important measure. cording to plans that have been made tone Canuon has aiwavs been by Repuhi.ran member of the seuale Speaker with the radical opponent of committee on foreign relutinna. The ctasHed subsidies, and as he has also been present treaty has been pending for Mhip out of favor with President Uoiupers, Bala, 11 iPrehton). 8 to 5. aecoud; nearly three years with little prospect of ratification It la plauned to re- the appeal to the speaker la all the Bonnie Prince Charlie. 107 (I. Koer-nerto incorporate more unexpected. draft the treaty In 4 to 1. third. Time. 1:48 deflhlte for the inter mure safeguard Can Hope. Needful, Invlctua, Gentle MILLER'S DENIAL Americana who had bought Harry. Kuiuomlio and Lone F.bhermau eata ot the laudMn the island prior to the negoalao ran. tiation of the pending treaty. It la Of an Interview Declaring War to Be Inevitable. that Gov. Magoou will negoexpected EMERYVILLE RACES. . tiate the treaty with the state depart utent. The changes contemplated, It Washington. Dec. 3. Emphatic deSan Francisco, Dec. 3. In the third Is would disarm the principal nial bus been made by H. 1J. Millar. said, race at Emery v, lie today jockey consul geuerul at Yokoobjections urged against the convenKnapp on Yt San wa thrown and a ' tion. hama. of the reports emanating from half a dozen horatts passed over him, San Francisco that lie had predicted but the boy escaped unhurt. Distribua war between the I'uiti-- Btatea and SUIT AGAINST BIG FOUR. tor at lo to 1, took the money. Ill a voluntary dtapateh to Japan. the vcrreljry id state, which crossed Dee. 3. -- Attorney GenIndianapolis. First, race, eelling. five and a half eral Charles W. Miller of ludiaua. on the department's telegram of Inquiry. furlongs -- Mldtnont, Ins (Brown I, 4 to behalf of the tale railroad commis- Mr. Miller declares as absolutely falie 1, won; Mina Gibson. Iti4 ( McIntyre), flli-r- t suit In the superior the statement attributed ta hint. He sion, 13 to 10, aecund; Black Sara, l)r, court today of Marion county against the eavs he gave no inch interview. So 40 1:08 third. to 1, (Johnaoa). Time, Four railroad, chatging the latter far aa the state department la conPrince Napa, Soledad. Modluta, Big la Mr. Miller's explanation wtlh allowing care to aland on lta Ten Oaka, Billy Ferry Katie Crews, switches and sidetracks In and near cerned, deemed satisfactory. The Broker and IbertTnua alao ran. Terra Haute fur au unreasonable time Second race, eelling. five and a half and that it haa relused to receive coal SNEAK THIEF ESCAPES. furlongs Marion Rose, 84 IJarrett). at the rate of several hundred cars a l, 6 to 1, won; Peerless Lass, I OS from the and Eranavtlle Terre day Kansas City. Der. 3 While Sants 9 to 2. second; Pellgruao, 102 Haute railroad, the Evansville and In- Fe passenger train No. 13, which left (Graham), 4 to 1. (hint. Time, 1 : i7 dianapolis railroad and the Southern Kansas City at 10:30 p m.. was standRadium Dance, Plausible. JezaIndiana railroad. ing on a aiding at Holliday, Kaa., at 11 bel. Triumphant, Hanlado. PaiMitlella, o'clock tonight a sneak thief attemptMable Hollander and Queen Alleen EXPL8ION KILLS FOUR. ed to leave the train with an overalao ran. coat and suit rase belonging to E. C. Thlid rare, futurity courue, selling New York, Dec. 3. A spark from a Ward of 1. T. Ward grappled Distributor, 109 (Sandy I, 12 In 1, candle carried by a lalairer dropped with the Purcell,wild drew a pistol and thief, won; Metlakatla, 109 (Walsh), 12 to Into a can of giant powder and cuaed shot Ward In the leg, breaking It, bnt 1, second; 8oundly. 104 (Kirscbbaum), an explosion among a gang of work- Ward recovered hla property. The 19 to 1, third. Time. 1:12. Sheen, men In the Fenueylvanlu railroad tun- thief apparently made hla escape In H-But, Titua II, Mlmo, Marie Utile nel under the East river tonight. but Instead he made a the darkness, tercup, Grenure. Batldor, St. Throe men were killed outright and abort detour and entered the smoking Yo San alao ran. a fourth la dying. Twelve nthera were ear In front of where a stole a hat Fourth race, selling, alx and a half leaa seriously hurt. The explosion oc- belonging to one of the, passengers. lu4 furlongs Comllfo (McIntyre), curred In the tube cluse to a shaft The intruder then eecaped. even, won; Ixrd Nelson, 104 (San.ly), aunk between the Iwmg Island rallrisid Ward waa shot in the right leg. ihe 8 to 1. second: Rusearo, 104 (T. Sullistation at Long Island City and the robber firing four shota mt him. B. K. van), 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:211-5- . river. The damage to the worka waa Wood waa alao Injured by Jumping Chief Wittman. Banposal, Jim amall. through a window. The robber boardTalamund, Avonella Wreat-atoned the train at Kanaaa City. Jake Moose alao ran. COLE DEAD. The robber made hla escape. He Fifth race, aelllng, one mile no booty except an overcoat secured E. 7 to 107 sou; (Graham), Portland, Ora., Dec. 3. Former Gov. belonging to Ward. fi to 105 (Klnchbatiml, Ralph Young, George E. Cole of Washington terriI, second; Exapn, 107 (Rettlg), 100 tory, waa found dead In bed at a local CORNELIUS SHEA ON TRIAL. LowMai 100 to 1. third. Time. 1:42. hotel this evening. Coroner J. P. ry, Byronerdale, Monaco Maid, Peter who examined Gov. Cole's laxly J.- , W. B. Gate Chicago, Doc. 3. Albert Young, the also ran. stated that he had hen dead about former president of the Teamster Sixth race, mile and a alxteenth died had ten hours, and apparently and the present head of the union Atkina, n6 (A. Brown), 0 to 1. wnn; from heart failure. Mr. of Friends Watercure, 102 (F. Wilson), 10 to 1, Cole state that they were In coaveraa-tlo- United Teamsters of America, was called to the stand today when second; Gov. Da via. 103 (Wiley), 8 to this againtrial with him on the of fornelina P. Shea, presiLazelle. morning and at that timetelephone 1, third. Time. 1:47 he expressed the Benvollo, Iraa, The Only Way and himself as being in perfect health. dent of Ihe lutenialiouaj Brotherhood of Teamaters waa resumed. Kmova also ran. Mr. Cole resided at Falrvlrw, Wash. er an occurrence Do you Look place during the teamsters' that NEW ORLEANS FAIR GROUNDS. CHAMBERLAIN IMPROVING, near In quea-tii.u- .it- REGAINING ev.a-ei- t'oit i.. I.eM next dm.i- 3 I'.mh;. I, -- Isirnlou. dalle, iu Hj-ij- tail-roa- in.- cuu!i.:c:it - REORGANIZATION . ai-a- would Mrs. EMl.i:!: - r-- 1 . 3 t S Caimroa. Pitiaourg. Ik-rprealdeut of the Tu:c iit ijil:io.l waa held under $.i"o ua'.l b V.jyia tittte K. J. Badv today tor reniaiiia t. anawer iiJe:ion iu the hearing of C. million t'oi.nciiii.an Wiioatu A. Man tin who a. tli Cuiiierun ta ci.a:vrd with conapiraii to defraud the out of $7".m.n in c.uiiiertlou with erdinautee the paaaktte of a'vt-ra'- . aul Bail waa tininediaicly furuiaLed the caae cont:i:oi ,i until December 12 Camrrcu aud Martin have bren arretted ta.ee beloie on charge of bail being given in each caae In court toiay In the auiu of $lu,o-ii- . Cauierou retuacd to anawer any j a to :iia pait iu the . cree lo nor - t lio A.iuim.i- - lljrije. .a I riCiiil sei-! :1 ril-ijitay to in bo co.'s mon plea c I lie ...11 for al; Iii oil. a.i t iv,.iart M.vi rv .itt ILitj-:.j bis wife. li.n--l Up Che toil lij'it ugo. Mrs. cIj.i. .li..t her hnsbatt. ai ,m :nc..ue bet detense of 75.i.mii a year and her .(ii1. to hi charg. ha.l co to v-o- r Sue tit :. f'ire aked j expenses. In bis reply Mr. Hanj,- - tut ere d a s atr ii.nit n.a-- c e:i.rl d.idal of the i t'.ent (.is w:fe and char...-u-rizefalse A'l Bs Wiekedly and nii)c.oj! IVisbuig. Pec. 3. if tl:e principal ioi.a: dltcrfe i'e:r.'i um.er '.n imct,i'..!i thatolie wi'Ln the li.iu: :.u i ulread CAMERON UNDER 8 Made Hartj- ITi MOlfNlNV. FILES REPLY. Statements - tojj. j ili.T-per- l, ui.i..r. Tun-- Den.cs e.-ep:.o- tu.-u- . .uri iiYaiikr. Km K ARTJE Ui.'O l!.e tcel.l.A ' l.t recommit a:.T .if except..'!! w.i t.ic tv::. n liltjii' Winter. h lit ar:: Hi ft ill race. Firm cilcr. :ilt an.i ii.HiKe. with tie rate The tael ilo lia.l previously declaiej he i.c lt.eiiibt.ts of the ranine-e1 la '.nrli til th. CoIitiKI.1 lll.i'.ca'loli that l.se cMaUCt ol w cur.iiK c.'UticlioUa are a'ip'it l: cj. irse ur: lj..r raiinul lb!.ia:.:u..; aJr-...n nix it the lii.'sUiJ iii front 'li.'u i'.Vii f lilttile firi MrtipwLhj. t'ia..u Hill 1urit. led ail tin ai .11 lut'i, . a tm.e and a eixt-rvlrirlt. h.k.u.$ hi. tail d viiur m lor rav? ll'S.'S. S WE u, n rjf.u D.- - mlncLt i - t- H i:IAV ETA II. 0(1 HEX. EXAMINER: Newmani Brea. Organa. C. H. WARDLEIGH PIANOS ORGANS AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE Violins, Guitars, Aeeordeoas, Ban- Loading Aolborlfr- "Mister, " said tha aad faced Individual who had sneaked In tke big skyscraper, can I sell you the great 'Encyclopedia of Hportlng KventsT Noiie" replied the busy man. "Wa have one encyclopedia of sporting events already." That so? Where do you keep ItT Why, we try to keep lilu ou that stool over there, addressing envelopes. I mean tlie olll hoy. and he to an encyclopedia on everything from a gams of aklddno to tlia Olympic games. jos, Strings. Latest Publications of Sheet Music. Bee the Wonderful Pipe Organ. 2375 Washington Avenue. OGDEN, UATH. Second Hand Stores The JUMBLE buys, aells or e changes "any old thing" (blues" taAreosed Her Basplelea. ct pted) and meat new enta, 2300 asked the little girl, "haa Wash. Halle, 1144 "Mamina, Mr. Brown got heart disease! SECOND-HANSTORE. NEVADA I don't know, my child. Why da We buy and sail all kinds of new ask!" you and aacond-hangoods. Call er phene "Well, It says In my new book that Wecker $ Hayn.a, Props. 155 26th It, faint heart never won fair lady, and Phono, Ind. 522. when I saw Mrs. Browa I made np my PAUL ZIEGENHIRT, mind that something must be wrong Saoend-Han- d Store. with hi.'' Toledo Blade. If you have anything to sell or buy oat or phone 1570 te 1B7B Wash. Ava Ta Tell Keg' Its. Ind. 675. Bell 666-"It la usually ptwalhle, said a chlrken farmer, to tell from an eggs Bl A. DENKERS look whether It will hatch out a rooster Will pay the nig hast price far aacenffi or a hen. The egg that will hatch out hand furniture and sell te the public at. 2415 Grant Ava. Bail a hen la, yon see, quite smooth at both the cheap 517-k- . Ind. 520. ends. The one that will give a rooster Phena la wrinkled st the point Sometimes C. J. HERRICK A CO this rule fail, but as a general thing Successors te H. L. White It bolds good. Bring your goods hero If yew want to aril them. Call ero If you want Bril PheM He Ceeldet Bn OO Will It. buy. 2542 Wash Ava . Ind. 407. The freaks were forming a club. The 618-yelastic skin man had the chair. "Next In order," said he, "are nominations for treasurer. Has any one" The wild man of Ibiniro rose. T nominate, be said, "the legless Chicago News. wonder." Lots mt fare. You know, George." she was explaining. "I was brought up without sny care." "Marry me. my darling." said George, and yon shall have nothing hilt rare." Re Reeaense Aheet ller. Kklilds Did she say it was so sudden when you asked her to marry yon? Askln Of course ebe didn't. She waa n widow. enocuncp anp dkscndcd. DtB I Fibi dfM. bam fte bMbm etfrifta N ALL COUNTRIES. Jhriwtt v firert mtitk Wmtkhf$en MTf AW, mmrf mm4 ftn tke tawtt UfrinfMiMt fractal infodnlyta Wrtt r fhM tu u$ st id WASHINGTON. O. C. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS.