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MOUSING TFIE UTAH. EXAMINEE: OGDEN, TIICRSDAY MORSISO, DE( EMBER 190ft 13, PERUNA HELPED Your New Years Resolution Should Be get wall at 17 cut I 4a shall everything I can ta gat mcH. I will consult with a capable physician at ones. I shall nat daisy. I Mill WE CURE MEN Of that frame of mind. quickly, permanently and at moderate cost. We guarantee to do no. Drs. ElliottS Norris Years" SPECIALISTS' SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS Miss Alius farter, a gifted elocutionist A vocal nolo was rendered by kirf Nellie Mahan, who possesses a voice ACCIDENT. John Fin holm Lssss His Left Leg by Fall of Rock In Mina. Pork City. Dw. 11. Juba Pinhsin. n young miner, was cat ad oa at tha Jupiter mine yesterday afternoon and uasrly had his life crushed out. was working Is a stupe when the full of melt cam upon him. Ho was removed ta tho .diners' hospital, where it was found that the collar feme was fractured, also the riba on his left side. His left leg was so badly that it was necessary to umputate tt Just below tho knee. Tho physicians at the hospital say that the liiaa will recover. The local union of the Western Federation Of Miners recently purchased the property aorth of its present office and will commence the erection of a hall at oace. The building will be a twoetery structure, with the offices of the union and n reading-roofor the members oa the ground floor and the halt and lodgeroom on the second floor. The building will lie ready for occupancy before apriug. The big mines of the camp hue t day finished the distribution of their montnly payrolls, and the camp has takea oa its usual lively payday appearance. The Silver King comes forward with its regular 95.uini dividend' swelling Its grand total to 10.423,uuti. Flu-hol- GOLD 2361 Washington Ave. WATCH RESOLVED TO From Correspondents and State Exchanges SERIOUS ORE FROM NEVADA. of remarkable ilrhnesa and depth of lone. A clever piano solo by Miss M. Taybv, and a selection be a quartette ooaidstiug of Misses V. Bowdee, 1 OHy.ie, K. Brennan and Nellie Mahan were rendered. At the conclusion of tbe program. Bishop Duane highly commended the sisters for the escellent work they were performing, nut only in the establishment of the school, but tbe high order of the curriculum. Two things were ueressary in such an institution, tbe Bishop said -- capable Instruction and good material u work on, and there they had both. Bishop Dunne has a large flock under his rare ta Australis, some SO.OtMi church members and many schools and Institutions. He peaks highly of the colonial government and lnetltutinne. and is much attached to the country of his adoption. In passing, however. It may be anted that while Australia is a large country, the territory covered by Bishop Dunne Is not so U'jie as thst within the Jurisdiction of Bishop Bosnian, for the latter controls ttah and the greater part nf Nevada. The Silver State is the only one tu the Inlna thsr has not a bishop, but It is currently reported that 11 will soon be organised Into n separate diocese. SENSATIONAL Twe Carlaads of Rich Rock Brought ta Ziea far Treatment. SUIT. Action Inetituted Affecte Four Greet Railroad Companies in Utah. Dec. It, C. B. Slbe.t of Balt lake. Dec. 12. An action for Ism Angeles la la the city with a cou- the purpose of bringing about the ple of carloads of gold ejectment of the Denier ft Rio Grande Sail lke, high-grad- e ore from tbe mines of the Caliente Gold Mining company of Caliente, Nov. Tho mines of this eumpeuy, of which Mr. filbert Is president and general manger, adjoin the town of Caliente, the end lines running right up to the railroad depot. This was ao old mine abandoned sumo years ago, and elm takea over by a party and Incorporated Into the Caliente Gold Mining company. The stock of the company Is nearly all ownaj by Mr. filbert sad Judge Bl Chinan of Lua Angeles, la driving tho abandoned tunnel oa this mine, Mr. llibMt says, the ora was struck, and developuieats thus far have resulted la putting 7,000 suns of gold ora on tho dump, besides thousands of tone CHRISTMAS PRESENTS more blocked out and ta eight. GALORE, Mr. filbert hat been offered and rebecause of their Infinite variety and fused 9150,000 (or the mine. The obeupevh artist Is bannty la daoerataA ject of this shipment la to ascertain. china and cut glass, are found more If possible, how beet to treat tho ore planning and batter appreciated gifts for tho extraction of values. While than any others. At Olsen's you have tt appears to be a proposian extremely large stock to select tion. gold being easily seen la the from, ranging from dinner, tea, lunch quarts rock with the naked eye, there and breakfast sets to fancy and orna- may ha other products aeaocUted tbit mental creations that are always a would render It difficult of treatment source of Joy and beauty. In cut glass by the ordinary process of milling. a fine line of useful things. As aoua as It Is asearuined how best ta treat the ore, Mr. filbert will E, put In a milling plant for Ue induction, la the meantime, be says, the shipping 2259 Washington Ave. . ora will be sent up to the valley snwl-tarfree-millin- g A. Olsen, Grocer, e. This Is not tho only mining enterprise la which Mr. filbert is engaged. He owns ond operates a gold mine and mill la Fnuder mountains, Ventura oounty, Cnl. Tho ore Is in tbe mine, or nt least some of K, Is tremendunoe-lrich. The mill In doing good work and making money fast. y RICH 0IJE fiTOLEN Two Tong of Rock Valued at Found. 5 For Reno, Nev., Dee. 11. What promises to bo n solution to the theft of a quarter of n million dollars worth of e gold ora this soaoun from tho Mohawk mine of Ouldfleld Is developing in Reno tonight. Judge Wingfield Monday morning nt S o'clock, stepping on the train for tho coast, when ho noticed that tho exproos company was pulling aboard fully two tone of sacked ora. Knowing that no mine In tho eainp wan sending ora by ex press he became convinced thst this two tons belonged to him, and that It was a part of that stolen from the mine. Ilo at once wired his lawyer and nt 7 o'clock Monday evening he waa met at it parks by bis lawyer In an automobile and there was a race between the train and the machine begun to Reno. Mr. Wingfield staled, as bo Jumped into the automobile, lust he would file an atiaehment either nt Reno or Oakland, and thal he would find out where e ore has gone. the Mohawk An effort will be made to kirate the shipper at Goldfield. The bags were not marked, and this, coupled with the fact that the ore wae put aboard during the darkness of the morning, would apparently pul It up to the express company to explain. A great souks lion is expected In follow this running down of ore valued al anywhere from 95 to $10 a pound. Mr. Wingfield is certain thst he will run the guilty parties down within the Railroad company and others from the roadbed of the Wasatch A Jordan Valley railroad has been commenced In the circuit court of the I'nlted Mates for the Southern district nf New York, the papers for the art ion having been served Tuesday, and today Col. Joseph Martin, acilug attorney, will file notice In this city of pendency of the action. The suit Is being b rough by Chester V. A. Martin, ns trustee In bankruptcy of the Wasatch A Jordan Valley Railroad company, In compliance with an order Issued by the I'nlted States circuit court. As the complslnt rails for an accounting for the use. Income and franchises of tha railroad property from about June 2, 178, an amount approximating $2, 0 la Involved in tha litigation. Tho complaint alleges that about June 9. IV06, the Wasatrh A Jordaiv Valley Railroad company was adjudged an Involuntary bankrupt In tho District court of the rutted States for tha Southern district of New York and that he waa hereupon appointed trustee of tbe company. Thst long prior to tha filing of tha petition the defendants, tha Denver A Rl Grande, tha Rio Grande Western, the Oregon Short Une and the Missouri Pacific Railroad companies had, wiihom right or equity, intruded on the property of the Wasatch A Jordan Valley Railroad company and that they are etlli unlawfully In possession thereof after written demand has been made upon them to reniore. According to the description given In the complaint the roadbed with which the action deals extends from Bingham canyon to fiandy station, on the Oregon fihort Line, thence to Alta In the Little Cottonwood canyon, conmiles of sisting of about thirty-thre- e mala Hne and nbou eleven miles of tramway. Delos McCurdy Is counsel for trustee and Col. Joseph Martin Is acting as attorney for the complaint. Col. Martin arrived In Salt Lake City Tuesday and will look afier the business concerning the litigation today. MO,-00- 100 from. Its time more than 91tf average of 9134 a ton. The wonderful richness of this ore is attested by the fact that although the property ha been a continuous shipper for five years. President O'Meara makes the, statement that "there I not as much ns a ion of ore on tbe dumps at this time: we ship li as it come out." The work on the property constats of some 2.0M0 feet of tuunrliug, w hich has been done practlcslly all on ore. Ip to this time the comnany has never employed more than fifteen miners st any one time, and every pound of ore shipped hss been practically taken from the driving of these tunnels. in five years of desultory operation this property has paid slightly over filiuu.Oou la dividends to its owners, and It la stated by them (and their word is taken at par by all who know them) that six iuuths will see the property oa a handsome quarterly dividend basis. was the first The Nevada-Alpin- e southern Nevada mine that paid dividends. Tho company was organised in the latter part of 1902, with the following offiaere: W. P. OMeara, Thomas J. Lynch, vice president; president, and W. J. OMeara, secretary and treasurer. From the first the' property has been a shipper of ora. Up to this high grade silver-leatime, however, the company has been a close corporation, owned by the above named officials. d IX YEARS OF CRUELTY. Sait Lako. Dee. 12 After more than six yean of the most Inhuman treat' meat at the hands of her husband, Elizabeth L. H. Leetuch was today granted a divorce hr Judge Armstrong The story from V. C. J. told by Mrs. Laetarh on the witness stand was one hardly ever equaled in the divorce ennala of the district court. Site said that her husband began t rent lug her cruelly while they were In this rtty on their wedding trip etx years ago iaat June and has kept it up at Intervals ever since until last July, when he deserted her in California. Thev were married in Mercur on June 2. 1100, and esme to Ball Lake on their wedding tour. While here aho said that she purchased a pair of gloves for 92 sad her husband cursed and abused her for paying that sum for tho gloves when she could buy gloves for 25 cents. He made her kneel down and ask his forgiveness for being so extravagant. During tha same trip here she declares thst one Sunday evening when they started to church he asked her to get his gloves for him and when be saw that they had not been hung up to suit him he struck her a severe blow and knocked her down. Several times she said that he came home and threw all the medicine out of the window and declared that If she got any more medicine he would throw her out, toa When she severely burned her arm he tore the bandage off and would not allow her to have any medicine. On another occasion she said thst it was necessary for her to undergo a surgical operation hut her husband would not consent for jher to do it,. gnd as Id that she waa not worth it. This wab about six months ago. Her mother went to California and brought her home and slurs that time she has nut seen her husband. The mb I her of Mrs. Leetach also In the case today and corroborated her daughter's story In regard to the cruelty of Leetach. The court then granted a divorce. -tee-tffle- d - NEGRO SOLDIERS high-grad- SrOKIIKS PROUDFIT ROODS COMPANY Wholesale and Rotall SPORTINGGOODfi. Jobbers of EDISON PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS, Clark.Horrocka' Pishing Tacklo, Stall and Dean Athlotio Goods. Phonographs Sold on Easy 151 24th SL Terms. high-grad- week. CATHOLIC PRELATES. Distinguished Party From Australia fiptnd Two Days in Salt Lake. Is tho ehmnetar of Cw transfer service wo enpply oar patrons. Prompt, reliable and nt low cost, any time yon say well be on your Job and handle it expeditiously and welL ALLEN Salt lake. Dee. 12. Five distinguished prelates of the Catholic ehurrh in tbe antipodes have been visiting Bishop Scan Ian in Balt Lake City tbe past two days, and left for San Fran-risen- . Tuesday morning, from whence they will sail for Australia on Saturday. The distinguished visitors included Right Rev. J. Dunne of Bathurst, Victoria ; Right Rev. p. J. O'Connor, Very Rev. W. Shaunahan, Very Rev. J. Marshall and Very Rev. J. Dunne. The latter three are vicars-genera-l. CONVICTS TESTIFY. ASKTO BETAKEN Harry Leroy and Bart Millar Allage Levy Purchased Stolen Brass. ' Rah lake. Dec. 12. Tbe unusual spectacle nf two convicts from the state prison testifying as chief witnesses for the prosecution in a criminal case waa witnessed in City Judge J. J. Whitaker's court Tuesday. The IX OF THEM APPEAL TO SECREcase on trial la that of M- - Levy, manTARY TAFT. ager of flic Great Northern Iron and Metal company, at South Went street, who is accused of receiving But Action Will Not Bo Taken Until 4(H) worth of journal bras stolen from the President Replies the Oregon Short Line, knowing thst to tho Senate. It was stolen. , The two convicts in the case are Harry Lerov and Beit Miller, who pleaded guilty last summer to stealing Washington. Dec, 12. The Immethe brass, and who were given light diate result of the memorandum nt sentences upon recommendation of Secretary Taft to the military secreDistrict Attorney Frd C. Loiifhourow tary signed yealerday outlining the in consideration of their servires to procedure to be followed by enlisted the state as witnesses against Imvv. men of the Twenty-fift- h Infantry, who Both were brought down from the were discharged without, honor, was penitentiary yesterday in charge of the visit today to the war department of six of the discharged colored men guards, and each testified that htd full knowledge of where they gel who applied for declarthe brass which he bought from them. ing that they were innocent of all The preliminary examination was complicity in. and knowledge of. the not concluded yealerday. and will lie affair at Krownvllle. The men had no resumed this morning, Ijevy. who is documentary evidence to present eabeing defeinled by Judge A. J. Weher rn bllkhlng title fact, but their applicaand J. M. Hamilton, denies his guilt, tions were submitted and received upand also contends that he is emit led on assurance that such testimony to his discharge on ihc ground of for- would be forthcoming at once. mer Jeopardy. He was iicqultted of Secretary Taft, who will pass upon charge growing out nf the same sub- the case of the discharged men. beject matter In the district court last fore taking them to the President, said summer. today that nothing beyond receiving Similar charges are pending against the applications for l.evy for buying brass stolen from the would be done until tbe replies of the Kto Grande' Western and Ran Pedro President and himself to the senate resolutions of inquiry were submitroads. ted. NEVADA-ALPINWILL EXPAND. The evidenee furnished yesterday by Gilchrist 8;ewrt. who is acting for Property Was Brought to the Front a number nf the men. they also said, would be gone Into carefully 'and be by Salt Lakers. taken Into account in tha final adjudiwill be of inSalt lake. Dee 12.- -It cation of the matter. terest to many Salt lakers to know CLARK IS CONFIRMED. that the Nevada-Alpinmine, one of the mines in southwestern Nevada broiizht suecessfully to the front by Senate Accepts Him as Interstate fish people, is t be operated upon an Commerce Commiaaiener. extensive rate and preparations to that end are now being made. The Washington. Dec. 12. Favorable recompany has seenred. at a large sal- ports were ordered today by the senate ary. the service 0f William Beals. Jr., committee of Interstate commerce of a Boston mining engineer, who Is to tbe nomination of Joseph Clemens of become manager of the property and Georgia. James H. Harlan of Illinois who will llreei the work of developand Edgar E. Clarke of lows to be inment. terstate commerce commissioners. e The Nevada-Alpin- e Is a large, sllver-lenmine, situated In Es- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO meralda comity. Nev., twelve miles O front the line nf tbe Tonopah and O HARTJE DENIED A DIVORCE Goldfield railroad. I consists of nineo teen contiguous claims, ns well as two o Pittsburg. Pa., Dec. 12. watrr claims shout a mile away, from o Judge Robert Fraser handed which water is delivered to the mine o down his decision today In the In pi ies. o Hartje divorce case. The property since its discovery has o The petition of the husband.' produced regularly and has an un- o Augustus Hartje. was refused. broken record of weekly shipments of o ive which has saerrely varied at nnv o BACK 230-24- 0 TRANSFER CO. 0000000000000 THE Grind LIVE Crniig OOCTOR SAYS STAYING HE HAS Ktw GOOD I (IT'S QUALITIES. Slight Change for the Better ie iceable in the Condition of tho Wounded Man. Not- BUiSWELLS Jewelry Store. One ticket given wni, dollar purchase. Lady Washington, Dec. 12. The condition of former Senator Arthur Brown of I'tah, who is Buffering from the bullet wound inflicted by Mrs. Anna M. Bradley, was reported today to be practically unchanged. The patient passed a fairly comfortable night. Again the physicians find ground for hope and they say the crista will be reached should he survive another forty-eigh- t hours. Mrs. Bradley continues to ask about tho condition of her victim and to the hope that he mar recover. This afternoon there has been a alight change for the better in the' ronoltlon of former Senator Brown., He has demonstrated that ha has good staying qualities," said Dr. White. Tho phyaidana at the Emergency hospital slated late this afternoon that Senator Brown waa very low and that he could hardly survive the night Brat. high-grad- 0000000000009 oUhd S0Laich' frioelin 15 DIAMONDS and JEWNljlY gi? VERWARE and plated aurpaaaed for daimiiu, u ' you money on every puhae 970 Twenty-fourt- h Street - es-pre- Mrs. Joseph Laoella, 9 Bronson street, Ottawa East, Ontario, Canada, writes t I antlered with backache, headache, and dragging pain for over nine mon tha, and nothing relieved me until I took Parana. This medicine ta by far better than any other medicine for thee trouble. A tew battle relieved ate half-aliv- e of my miserable haU-doacondition. 1 am bow In gdbd health, have neither ache nor pain, nor have 1 had any for tho past year. uIf every aofferlog woman would take Pernna, they would soon know Its vain and never be without it." Mrs. B. J. Konnta, 1015 Boor el street, AT A COST NOT MUCH IN EXCESS OF CONTRACTS. Nashville, Tens., writes: I have had 9 very bat cough nearly all my life. "Parana cured mo. I waa always thin United States Should Have One Yard and delicate, vary easy to catch cold, and dreaded winter, but I am welt mow." on the Pacific and One on tho Aek Yomr QraggHt tor From Ptruaa Atlantic Coast. Almanac tar 1907. BUILD ITS Washington, Dee. 12. The ability of the government navy yards to turn out warships equal In respects to those built under contract. In tho opinion of Rear Admiral Cappa, chief of the bureau of construction of tho navy. In hia annual report, has been fully demonstrated. He urges that at least one yard on the Pacific coast and one on tho Atlantic coast, when practicable, should be given a reasonable proportion of new const ruction work In order that auch yards may always be available e for any work the government may to undertake therein. In this connection reference la made to the battleships Louisiana and Connecticut tha latter constructed In the New York nary yard. Admiral Cappa remarking thst at tho time of tho delivery of tho Connecticut the actual cony dition of work on tbe vessel was identical with the Louisiana ao far as concerned all matters unconnected with armor and armament. Admiral Cappa admits that tt cost leas to build a warship by contract by reason pf the shorter hours of labor, paid holldaya, vacations, etc., granted to navy yard employes, but he believes nevertheless that the government should be always prepared to turn out Its own eblpa in tlmedof emergency. The lack of suitable docking facilities at Norfolk and Mare Island la commented upon as being especially embarrassing to the bureau, as no hattleahlpa of any claaa can bo docked at either of those yards. He recommends the building of an additional dry dock, capable of docking the largest vessels at both tho Norfolk and Pensacola navy yards and provisions should bo made for enlarging and rebuilding dry dock No. I at tha New Tork navy yard.. Tho development of tbe Norfolk nary yard, to meet the requirements of a fleet, aa regard! construction and repair, ia recommended for special consideration. After a heavy meal, take a couple of SEPARATED BY THE EARTHQUAKE III FRISCO HUSBAND AND WIFE ARE TO BE REUNITED. CHRISTMAS." Dont hide u'ull paper detach with evergreens or sumo other kUt Jt greens cover your walls with paper that will look pretty untt next Christmas. To get that ion at cheering prices get It at GRIFFIN PAINT Wash. 2291 CO. Both Phones. A WOMAN ' LOVE TROUBLED MAN, ONCE WEALTHY, TRIES TO ESCAPE. WITH OLD HARNESS may cauaa mem ftel trouble. Bartons injuries ml ectoe times death are tha awful lemka kg Id harness la often reaponaMa M 9 sew harness with weak sped fe l Is Juit as bad. The kind we sell have NO WEAK fiPOTS. Ton will get your money's worth If feu buy harness of us. Our new address la 2177 Wadtlup A runaway Tramps Half Way Around tho World and Lands 4n New York In Poverty, prao-Icall- Doan's Reguleta, and give your stomach, liver and bowels the help they will need. Reguleta bring easy, regular passages of tha bowels. UP FOR FIXING BE IS PURSUED BY de-alr- Chicago, Dec. ds v say a: 12. The Chronicle to- the story of a man who has traveled half way around the world and moat of tho distance oa foot to escape tho wiles of a woman who he asserts has matrimonial aspirations In which ha figures aa tha prospective husband, was unfolded to the Chicago police yesterday. Tbe tale In which a flight from tho United States to Germany and hack to this country again was Included, waa related by John Novatno, half owner of a gold mine near Prescott, Aria. Novatne arrived In Chicago with but 15 cents In his pocket after having walked all but seven miles of the distance from New Tork. Novatno, who is now 56 years old. first came to the United 8tatea In 1897 and went Immediately to the gold fields of Arisons, where, ho asserts, he later acquired a half Interest In one of the largest mines In that section. Then, according to hia story, he returned to Austria, where he recounted hia good fortune to relative and frienda. Again be emme to the United States, but upon hia second return to hia native country Novatnea love affair began, aa did alao his subsequent financial misfortunes. I waa In a cafe In Paris one night," be said yesterday, when I made the acquaintance of a young woman a widow who at once fell desperately In love with me. I returned the affection at the time, hut soon I grew suspicious, for she asked so many personal questions. She wanted to know the value cf my mine end she wanted to know exactly how much money 1 waa worth. Then she suddenly proposed marriage. I was surprised at the offer, but she Insisted. I will marry you whether you like It or not, she said, but J decided right there that there would be no marriage, sn'I left." The miner then told Ot hl flight through various European countries and of the pursuit of the widow. Finally he embarked on an American-boun- d steamer and arrived in New York last October. The day after landing he learned for the first time, he says, that the other persona interested In his mine had defrauded him out of his share and had sold the property to a corporation. The once wealthy and much sought after passed the night on a cot at a municipal lodging house. Today he soya he will resume hie long walk to Arisons, where he will seek to regain possession of hia mine. - J.ClPlaft Saddlery Co. fl. W. A. Males. E. Mai an. WE CAN MOVE ANYTHING. MALAN TRANSFER COMPANY y Yana, Drays and Baggage Wagons OUR SPECIALTIES Ptan Fun turo, Safe Moving and Storage. OFFICE 401 Street Twenty-fift- h PHONES Ind 224. Ben, 220. ' -- Each Mourned for the Other as Dead Wifs Thought She Had Buried Her Husband. E e The divines are returning to Australia after visiting the Pope at Rome. According to church government, each bishop must make a perrons! report to the Pope of the progress of his diocese every five years, and the clergy have Phone IS for years. just male this periodical visit. Bishop Dunne, who has spent thirty six years in Australia. Is an old classmate of Bishop fiesnisn. the two hating si'idied O OOOO O together In collete days in Ireland, and OOOOO LICENSE IN BOSTON. O naturally, the meeting hetwwn the two o prelates was an affectionate one. Boston. Dec. 12. Tbe vote in o The Catholic rlorgv In Zion made Boston yesterday on the liquor o their atay here a pleasant one. They o viailed All Hallows college ami exquestion was: Ye, 43.28); No. 18.5411; majo- o pressed much satisfaction with the colo lege. the faculty anil the work underrity fur license, 24,740. Last year's vote: Yes. 56.-- o taken. At fit. Mary's academy the 843; No. 26,4:12. Majority for o sisters, who have alwais a cordial we, license, 28.612. Twelve o'clock o come for visitors, a a:ig. an excel-len- t law: Ye. 38.417; No. 21.283: o Impromptu program for rhelr eno tertainment. n earnest ;md sincere majority for new law. 11.121 aiMre--of welc-'imwax delivered hv ML Milwaukee. Dec. 12. A husband ami wife, separated in the San Francisco earthquake, and each believing the other dead until a few days ago, are to be reunited as soon as a train bearing Mra. Hattie Pollts westward can react Stockton, California. Last summer Mrs. Pollti brought from California to Oshkosh, Wts the chsrred body of a man and burled It In riverside cemetery, in the belief tbat the body was that of her husband and recently she learned that her husband was living on a ranch in CalA long distance Ifornla. telephone conversation with her husband connews Mrs. and firmed the Pollta prepared to leave for Storkton. Tbe Joy nf ihe reunion will be marred by a touch of sadness, for one of their children was killed since the husband and wife were separated and another child, born alnce then, did not live, or those things, as well as of the whereabouts of his wife. Pollts was in He mourned his entire Ignorance. family ns dead. The family lived In an apartment bouse in Ban Francisco hi tbe time of the earthquake and in the awful days following the dlsaater liecame separated from each other." AND HEADACHES NEURALGIA FROM COLDS. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine, the world wide cold and grip remedy, removes cause. Call for full name. Look for signature E. W. Grove. 25c. - The lOverlarid In Mast LeaMlaea Trsh MG -W Compartment and drawing , obxervatioo deeping cars, 1 and ng Ing cars, lean, with bather, bath and heoj Ihvers library; entire trsta 1 I ww buffet-smoki- CONGO FREE STATE. Senator Morgan Reads of Brutalities in the Congo. Washington, Ihc. 12. The Congo Free State resolution introduced by . $ Senator Lodge was taken' up today by the senate committee on foreign relations. Most of the time waa occupied by 8enator Morgan who read a long letter reciting alleged brutalities In the Congo country. Consideration of the resolution will be continued. j I lighted, through te charge. Direct eonhecttoc IStPanlandSianapoIis I ,lSS!Sg2 sft Chicago & j !- - Iwth-Wcste- ra toe grata fid b- - lUktOiy.UP' '