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w t W Y - CHILDREN. HEALTHY Mother A of Pc-ru- -m Depreciation of Scrip Valua Hita City Government Hard. Salt Lake. Feb. 27. Depreciation of per rent Hi the value of arrip, tanned aa a lien ouombm real enlale oo by Salt Lake public improvement City, hae caused the delay of opening the bid na public a orb fur the g from Fob. 24 to March 14. ia JFi, until a bill can be introduced the legie'eiure cbaagtng the ocrip The baeka in Sail Lake have to buy the rrlp. hill all! loan 94 reu oa the dollar oa It. with ua'il li become lue.. Where crip I laauad oa the public improvements, h la elated that it coal the city about 19 per rent more Lw the cuuiract work than where the money to lie ta paid in warrant. Bid opened by the board of public work ierial areet-inThursday morning at but It waa postponed on account of the refusal of the bank to take arrip at Ita fare value. The bill whlrh will be preeented to the leglslatnre la T. R. being drown by C iinrllman Mark. City Eugiuecr lamia C. Kelssaoclst-ed- . sey and the ritr atirne jeer la-ii- g. i i Mr. J. H. KiuMiUi '& Morton Ava, Patrol I, Mich, writ! Fruna eortainl dU o'oerfer for onr lit do aoa, Arthur, a ho hu bwu Uto j of tailll ill mlctmt nnniniar. Ho The plight of the city' Banner, a shown by City Auditor Rudolph Alffi report, waa the rauae of the baaka refusal to buy the arrip. The would aooa be unable ta ee-ranything oa the scrip to be leaned oa the 2,iM)i).ieo Improvements fur the rotulng year. During the psat year the banka hare become flooded with scrip, and many eoatractura hare ft fused to present bids untrue the Birth od of payment ia deaigaaiod In tb specification. It la elated that when arrip la laauad the eoatrartora mak cent higfcn their bide about 15 oo areouut of It running from threi to tea )eara bvfire It beeomea aellc g neat. hH taken four bouioaof Juna,ndl hare fallowed four direetiooa a eartfuUy oo looald. 1 on orf hoppf with tbo I thook joa Tory much lor f or Interest ta his eose.1' a. H. Termor, New MnrtinavlUe, W, Y., write t Our llttl bob la wall and health f If wo da aa job iMr,ul vo tlitak hla health and grow ho vill hoop atrong. Wa kaow that oar little aoa'a re-ali- a. Ufa oo rod bf four voBdorful mi fortius, and w ahall al way a proiao taodl-ela- Parana and aa It la our family whoa gindid Wo haoo maay moro teatlmoulala la our flUa. showing tho happy raaulu ole talaad la tb troatmeat of children' dlacaaaa with Parana. Parana la oap of childaily adapted to th allmrul dren, boiag oompoaod of harmlaaa aad rflloteat ramad tea. t pure aad refreshing. Bold raos aad packages. la airtight Hr per 1b. rir Star tie per lb. Coffee, "Kin eat, lleurlott'a Oae Crow a Coffee, Good," 5e par lb. llawlatta Two Crown Coffer, Chutce, Joe per lb. HewloU'a Three Crowa Coffee, "Choio-ee- t He par lb. HeektasMedlna Coffee, "Good," 25e g Hreklno 31c Heekln 4c HwUia-Kli-I- Velvet Coffee, "Vary Good," par lb. Koba par lb. Good," Coffer,-Extr- lfe Coffra, Brat of all the Good," 40c per lb. Sheraiaa A Co, Gone Cuffre, 2 Be per lb. J. A. Folgrr A Oo, Goldra Gate Coffee. Sunablao to the Soul' 40c b. Dwiadall WrtKht Co, While Hoiiae Coffee, 'Toddy'a Choi re." 4lr lb. , Wadding llreakfaat at-a- offroae. Magural, who ia a conductor oa tb Salt Lake Route, clalma to have found Peebles In hla bouse laat might na hla return Imtue fnun trip to Irnvu. Magural says bo looked In a elndow sml saw him aad then rushed la tbrougb tho door aad aelied a revolver. Before be had aa npportaalty to aa it Peebles grappled with biut and la tha truffle the revolver waa discharge.) (wire, but no a waa ban. The police were called aad Peebles waa arrested Juat after he bad fled from the bouse, thinly clad. Peebles had been rooming at the Magural bottar for mac time, but bla relations In tbo fomlly bad never been suspected until laat night. la the acufflo for (ho possession ef tho gua Magurola head oraa cut open. Tho wound was drooaod by a doctor Problea wao at the pollen vtatioa. locked up. and a formal complaint against him will be hied thia morning. FOUR ACCIDENTS. - : t i- Slit: 0i Evans : i if Ji Li Rrakeman Are Injured Cere In One Day. y Bing ham Junction, FVb. 24.- - Four remarkable railway accident red here yesterday, remarkable chiefly fur the reason that every man conDakar A Co, liarlngtna llall Coffee, cerned escaped with bis life, sad that "Steel Cut," 40c lb. by a narrow margin. On of lb unM. J. RraadeneUae, M. A B. Coffee, fortunate railed dera, Chris Reese, is Very nae," 40e lb. thought to have bees fatally Injured, M. J. Brandenatiaa, kl. A B. Coffee, last reports from SL though tb Mark's hospital In Salt Lake were to raa, 1.10. Vary rioo." Batter than Champagne and eaata no th effect that b otlll bad a Ashling in or. If thane coffeea do not breeflt chase for his life. Th other men everybody K certainly heaeflta 999 ont Injured wore Alma Goff, Albert Han-se-a and Tom Rckman. of a 1,000. So let the other chap enGoffs injury was the secuad of tha joy hla favorite cereal In plaee. day, he haring replaced oae of the Tm mea Injured Just before he fell from a car. Ho was working aa a brakenian STABLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ua a high coke car and slipped to the Roth Fhonaa 230. ground. He sirurk oa his wrist and 344 Washington Avanua. arm, breaking the latter. A deep gash was rut In his head, rendering hiai linrou Minus fo- - xxne time. Aa ite fell his lantern waa left on the top of the car. A seeing the lantern, raa over the (ops of the cars and found Goff waa missing. He InGet You a FINE vestigated aad saw him lying still oa the tracks. II went to him and succeeded In removing him from the tracks Just in time to save him from being run over by another train whlrh was following the string which Goff had been switching, lost night be was TAILOR-MAD- E rexilng well and no serious results are anticipated. (hrt Reese, formerly of Ogden, was enxsge.1 In coupling cars, and a deOur line of pattern! for extra paata fective coupler permitted the cars to are very Oae. crash Inin each other. Reese was bedone aery Repel ring and tween the cars, and his life was alreaaonable. most crushed out of him. A member of the rrew saw bis terrible plight . and signalled the engineer to go abend 11 24th SL separating the ear. Reese was uken In charge by memls-rof the rre and a hurry run was made to this city. WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS Members of the crew held Reese on a Cuf-fao- "BuprrAne," f- Several lb. JOHN D. S. STIRLING Young Now is the Time! Heretofore a car dispatcher I i NEWHOUSE ' HAY OR GRAIN nt Hlngham. "Mr. Moffntt has brought the Most, fl.iitiriqg report from the Cactus.' said Mr. Newhouae today, in facl. he says the mine la simply a man cl and beg me not to dispose of anv of my stock, which of course. I hare no Inclination to do. The late ijcrelop-men--s on the 4Pi foot lerel are of a rrnlts .2264 Washington Ate. l t Holt Feb. 27. Samuel New-- ' house returned from California today after au absence of about 1) days and noun after reaching bln office ta tbe Dooly block the mining magnate wa ia conciliation with Huprrintendent Moffat of the Cactus mine in Heaver county whlrh now bear all the evidence of being the biggest copper mine In the state, t oven barring Mich rerogntxi'l bonanza as the Bo, 'on Consolidated and Utah Consoll-ilat- e. . T. ASTILL Both Phones BACK FFROM COAST. Hears Most Gratifying News From Big Cactus Mine. In Large or Small Quantities neraemher, werarry a full line of that famous Fouitry Food fur animals and poultry. con-ride- WON BMOOT BET. M. while f Important hare been character and away tbe nrheM J. OMeara Gathara In 200 Check From James Hogl. Halt lAke. Feb. 7. An Interesting wager ban boon settled In the with drswal from escrow of 4i0 put up on tbe outcome of tbe Smoot esse In the senate. The circumstance were as follows: hour years ago, James Ho-gl- e and Mr. J. O'Meara met In the lobIn New by of tbe Waldorf-AstoriYork, and got ta dismissing the proba billtly uf Senator Smoots retaining bla seat. Mr. Hogle declared that he would not be allowed fo remain, while Mr. O'Meara waa Just as positive on tbe other aid of the question. Mr. Hogle said be would bet $300 that the senator would not be eoonesirfu), and Mr. OMeara called him. However, at the time tbe money waa not put up. In fact. It wa two years afterward, la thia city tbai Mr. Hogle called on Mr. O'Meara to put up hit coin, and then each men deposited with Cashier I H. Fanmworth of the Walker hank hi personal check for $200. to await the result of the Investigation. That happened within the last, in day. Henntur Bmont earning off victorious by s substantial majority. With the settlement of the case. Mr. O'Mear. who is now in Tnnopah. notified W. A. Shepherd, hi chief clerk in this city, to rail at the bank and collect the check. Shepherd did so yesterday afternoon, depositing the $4u() to Mr. O'Meara's persona account. Both of the O'Meara brothers are absent from the city, M. J. and Mis Fannie O'Meara being In Nevada, and W. I. O'MiHra Mng in Los Angeles. COURT NOTES. attachment suit has been filed district court hy Joseph ngulnsi. F. I. Carter to collect $"90 alleged to be due for money uml paid out for defendant on February 2i. '.pot. Mrs. Mary Twomhly baa fitad a peti'km in the urobate division nf the district r..iin uaklng for letters of administration of the estate of Howard M. Twomhly, who died in till- city on February 19. In7. There are six heir to Hi.? estate. Moses lrcehreieen filed suit in the district court loday against tbe Westreern Ore ing company t cover damages in tbe sum of $lo.0(ii for the kw uf hi. right band, which was crush In the machinery at defendant' mill n January 14. 19C7. and eminently injure.!. Mvnlr filed suit for d "voire In ihc dlMrrl court today against Fred Xmr op the grounds of dexcr-lloand failure to support. They were msrrjrt ij this city rn A'i5it 24. 19"4. and biro one child, of which the r'aiirff asks tbe rutndv i fs alleged tht 'retendani plain- Au in the d r-- N-- n In-er-r- News-.- - Frantic Horse Charges Crippled paper Vendor. 8a.-- Lake, Feb. 27. The following prut ear. signed by many prominent elt-- I reno of tho Utah Ban Juan, hu been forwarded te the office of the attorney general, addreaaed to the state board of pardons: Wo, th undersigned, dtisens of Han Juan county, Utah, have rood with deep regret of th gigantic effort that are being made to induce your honorable body to set aside the sent core of Ilf Imprisonment now being nerved by (.bar In otha. convicted In thia county of the murder ta tbe flral degree of William Tibbetts. We who were former neighbors and acquaintances of both Botha and Tibbetts, feel that to pardon Botha, or even commute bis sentence would be a travesty on justice. Tbnee of us who lived near Rniba knew of his cruel and Inhuman treatment of hla wife before be killed her. We knew Tibbetts during his life time as aa upright, honest, law abiding riltxeu; while on tbe other hand, we learned during Berthas trial and at about the time of tbt trial, from watch Ing la demeanor' and listening to hta story of the case, both in and nut of court, to know him aa one of (he moat cruel of mea. Wa would respnetfblly ask that your honorable body the fee lings of the people of this county, people who talked with Rotha about the case, and listened to bis testimony at tan trial and also knew hla victims, whoa you are deciding what action you will taka oa the petition for Botha'a pardon, aa we 'feel that the killing of Tlbbeits a well an that of Mi. Botha was one of the most atrocious. brutal, premeditated murders ever committed In (be state. Tbe signatures Include those . of Blieriff J. H. Atwood. County Treasurer U A. Redd, Jmtlce Xepht Burley, F. L. Jones. Willard, Foreman D. J. Roger of tho Jury, two other jurors, W. H. Redd and W. C. Lyman, and manr others. ment. Seeds That Are Sure to Grow FLOUR, ha been stationed at a telephone la front of the Deseret National bank, from which point he has directed special care, the emergency wagon, repair rreww, etc.. In addition to the regular lines. This work will be done at the barn In the future. Offices for a dla--' patcher hare been fitted up. and It la thought that this branch of the aer-- ' vice will be Improved by the arrange- ; j It is not time fo plant vel, hut soon WILL UK and we want yon to know where to get your HEEDS. I ws in the big fire, an you all remember, unit all my old stock was burned. Our new stork is arriving and will be the best ever brought to Ogden. APPOINTED. 1 BOL5TEAD Garden Seeds ' Feb. 27. As an improveSalt ment to the local street ear service the A Railway officials of the I'Utii comps (Tv have appointed two Inspector. whose duty It will be to look after raffle and to keep the care moving as u curly as possible to schedule time. These men will patrol Main street from South Temple to Third South or Fourth South and will lend a hand whercier neceseary In preventing congestion and delay. They will be uniformed and will wear caps designating their position, so that (he general public ntay approach them for an Information regarding the service. By this are rangontent lbs company hopes to be of use to its patron aa well aa to Itself. CHE API a Man Loavaa Two Children Ona Nina Days Old, INSPECTORS fellow-workmen- , WINTER SUIT J. DIES. Salt Lake. Fob. 27. After four days of Intenae Buffering John Dunn Stirling noeumbed Tuesday morning to cere-brHie young spinal meningitis. man was unconscious from Saturday until hit death. Mr. Stirling waa bora 1a Salt Lake and baa Hed here all his life. He waa th son of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Btirtlng, aad was 3! ream of age. He Is survived by a young wife and two children, the youngest being only nine days old. Co. EXCITING RUNAWAY Cltliona of Baa Juan County Don't Want Charles Botha Free. by Proopoctore. New evidence of the great extent of he Blarkhorse-Elmineral none has lame to light In the dDcovery ia a hitherto unproe peeled district Id miles north of Blacsbors of aa Immenao oupper-allve- r ledge. The vela la 40 feet wide aad ana been traced oa the surface for a distance of 1.000 feet. More than 50 feet, of thia great vein earries average ralaee of four per cent copper, two ounces ta sliver, and a trace of gold, and there are from l wo to six Inches wide which run 47.T per cent copper and three ounces la silver to the ton. None ef the asm-ple- a from which these values were whtslned were taken from a depth exceeding two frit The find was made by prospectors, who had been sent out by M. V. Clays ef Bingham, who ia also extensively Interested la tho blackboreo district. W. D. Clays, his bnHtu-r- , aesayer aad mining expert, went over to examine tha ground aad It waa from samples taken by him from the surface that the assays were made. IV. D. Clays has Juat returned from the new district aad he ia enthusiastic over tho discovery. Should the values increase ta depth aa they do la the Blacklwirwe district, be says, there ta prospect of asm her great district being opened. The Claya will at oace take steps to prove up the ground. Some of the beet mining meq In the country have held that a wonderful mineral son x tend a from Bly aad beyond virtually to Pi or he, Uklag la Osceola, Illacknnrae. Islington aad other districts not yet opened, and this latest discovery will ba taken as confirmation ef the theory, tl'ls certain that a great deal of prospecting will be done along the Brake range, aad 1a tributary regions during the present year. l, Kaat-Smlt- 1 d PROTEST AGAINST PARDON. VEIN. Ledge Slaty Feet Wide r Discovered e Hcbllllnga. Oae Hiar Coffee, "Good," Ike per lb. Schillings Two Star Coffee, "Hctter," 10c par lb. Schllliago Three, Star Coffaa, Fine," SohllUngo Copper-Silve- Salt Ukr, Feh. 27. J. A. Peebles, a engineer on the Oregon Short Line railroad, van .mated Tuesday Bight and Patrol-me- a by Detective Mat Rhnedi-Iferrla and Bcbulae at the residence of J. E. Msgural. 44 Iroch street, and la charged with a statutory Wa ha vo tho boat coffers on aarth or eaywhere alia. They ara delicious, bin (tin. FIND ENORMOUS Than Folica Arrant Engineer aa Ha Fleet From Conductor'! Hama, FACTS 94 t to e SCUFFLE OVER REVOLVER. 44 pre-ten- stop-Whe- pr a, Al! tiff ua March 2'J. lo-4- . aad ever aiiice that date has feitd to support her. The Jury in the case of Mary by her guardian ad Idem, again! tbe Iuh Light and Railway coinpany, which was tried in Judge R.tcbie'. cun nalav returned a verdict in favor of defendant. The action wa brough to recover damagea in the sua of t&.OOu for personal injuries received by plaintiff while a Bamth street passenger oa a car on June IS. lStM. Judgment by stipulation ha been entered by Judge icwl ia favor of plaintiff ia the case uf Mary Ann Frew, adiulniaiMVlx uf the eoiaie of J:eph A. Frew, against the Union Pacific Railroa I company for ffo.uuO. Plaintiff sued to recover damages in the sum of $5 M'OO for the death of her husband, who waa killed ia a wreck sear Granger, Wyumlug, on November 11. ljH4. A verdict hws been ret u rued by the Jury in Judge Ritchie's court in fa-(of defendant la the case of J. C. O'Neill against the Rio Grande Western Railway ounrpauy- - O'Neill sued to reoovi-- r damages for injuries received by being hit oa the head with a hammer wbilj employed in defendant's hop, but the jury found the iiwue la favor of the Company aad returned a verdict accordingly. An action was fli.-- in tbe district court today by Daniel Cuslck against the Utah Construction company to recover damages in the sum of $15.010 for peraunal iujuriea received on Dec. 11, 1504, by being struck in the head by a rock which rolled down tlie mountain side in Bingham canyon. Plaintiff alleges that he was working for defendant company and that the ruck broke loose abovS him and struck him In the head, crushing hla skull and injuring hs aptne. He claims to be prematurely injured on.1 asks damages la the sum named above. the jar of the copper ore body jet la the mine The raa has been opened' on ihi level. I bave from Bingham Juuctiti io a point home aantples of this ore bn u.v desk atar St. Mark hospital required only and it oei ulnly look Jum about as flue eleven minutes. as anyone could pwtibly wih for. Mr. Albert Hausen. 24 year of age. Moffat has begun shipping crude ore while Bwttcbing can. fell between two to the market that will averaire better freigbta to the ground. He landed than 15 per cent copper. This, of between tho ro'Io aad three car pass- course, will not Interfere with the ed over him, some of the lower pore operation of the concentrating mill tioui of whlrh ttrurk and quite pain- and the usual marketing of concenfully bruised him. Juat aa tha tender trate. oa about to pas over bia body, While the dimensions of the ore deoblch would Lave killed him and posits on the Ctwhave nut been deter-niiue- d which would have ground hla body I aa far aa is coacataed, a pulp, he turned over aad aeixHl do e loptnent have demonstrated that rod tho brnroth the tame ef upon It has a width of 2lC feet. The bulk car. Ia thia way ho was half rarrled, of .hie ore Is of mlllfug rrade, but half dragged tor several hundred through deposits of high grade A aaw wttchman his plight stuff that will be sbipiied direct to the yard. and signalled the engineer to smelters for treatment. Hansen wan taken from his perThe Cactus Is bow up In aich ilous position he almost fainted aad a shape that nothing opened stands ia tha way wa kept from lapsing Into unconof making aa enviable record. With a sciousness only with strong effort on si ream of crude ore and concentrate tho part of bis fellow employes. Hla upwards the sfeliere it geing steadily InJuHea are aut considered serious. will nut be very maay months until Hansen Is unfortunate la baring the conipaap will be Tn shape to pay only one foot, the other having been dividend, said the earnings of lost In aa accident three years ago. the Xemhuusajt it Minus A Smelters comThis fact added to bla Janger, being pany for February will aproxlntaie unable to get out of the way. Added close to $125,IWU. while there is to this unfortunate esndltkm the no reason to doubt net; that tala record will waa wet aad slippery. ground be improved on daring March by about Tom Rckmaaa accident was very imllar to that of Hansen, though hla $100,000. Newhouae stock was in strong deinjuries are not serious to nay extent mand ia the east today and many local whatever. were placed ta the hands of loDr. James E. Robinson was the at- orders cal brokers to bay it at the market. tending physician ia all rases aad hla Tbesturk was active between 20 aad quick response to tho calls made upon 21 a share. him are greaUy appreciated by tha Manager Lafayette Hanrhett of the d "allway turn. Tho accidents all near th Takod States smel-ar- s Newhouae mines will not rot urn from th coast until Monday aext. . at the Junction. stretcher to train aiding FINANCIAL TROUBLE. 1U . Ullil TIlUJSDAV, From Correspondents ar.d State Exchanges JAMES i I'TAU. SALT LAKE AND STATE NEWS ARTHUR , UUDJrLN, Fal-iino- Tribute to the Benefit in the Family RLSSEU. KXAMiNbK: MtMiNiXi THIS Balt Lake, Feb. 27- .- About noon today a horse attached to a light delivery wagon dashed down Mala street, and when near Market street, turned Into that thoroughfare. The animal waa headed directly toward the newspaper kiosk at the northeast corner of the postofllco, and it looked as though tbe eund were doomed for and its aged crippled occupant to perhaps serious injury. However, a dosen feet away from It, the home fell, and wqnt sliding over the pavement against the movable structure. which waa forcibly pushed against the curbstone, but suffered no damage. The newspaper vendor was much frightened, but was not injured. The mouth of the runaway horse bled profusely from contact with the pavement, but there were no serious results from tne exciting episode. WALLACE CASE DISMISSED. ' laike, Feb. 27. The- rase against Abraham and Gnasle Wallace, charged with setting fire to a box car In whlrh waa stored a quantify of household good, for the purpose of getting damages from the railroad company, as alleged, will never come to trial. Mrs. Wallace was discharged by Judge Diehl several days ago. This morning, on motion of the county attorney. the cue against Abraham Wallace was ordered dismissed. ( GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF Halt - - Garden Seeds! that are sure to grow. All seeds sent out from this store are new stock. No old seeds left over. See us before you purchase. Our line uf Groceries i always nice aud fresh. Kee tys for II ay, Grain, (Stock and Poultry Food. ' One package of Stock Food with every $2.50 you spend with us. ETfoFFf Job Filigree, Jr. ' 2572 Washington Ave. Your Expectations Will Be Realized IF YOU BUY A ROADS. Washington, Feb. 27. Senator Patterson of Colorado, addressing the senate today, made a plea fur government ownership of railroads. He predicted that .inch a condition would be brought about within the present e of the present members of tbe senate, but did not anticipate any speedy action In that direction, Tbe railroads, he declared, were growing more arrogant each year, and, as be saw llttl or no relief in the new rale law, government control of the roads would supply the only To show the value of his remedy. idea, Mr. Patterson presented figures countries showing tho from fifty-nin- e presenc of government ownership In some form, and he saw a steadily in creasing sentiment ta that direction, so far aa the Tailed States government Is concerned. American roads lie valued at bet w spa eleven jnd twelve billion dolUri. They coulir be obtained by condemnatka proceed end being covered lag,a tbe financial by mortgage backed by the government' guarantee. Mr. Patterson ridiculed the Idea that a vast political machine would lie built up through federal operation of roads. As a matter of fact railroad politics would be abolished. to be gained Among the benefit through ownership, Mr. Patterson mentioned extension of the postal system, a postal express and equitable rates. life-tim- Also we want your KODAK buxineuM. Full line of KASTMAN & PI5KMO KUDAK8 und ull gupplicii for tbe amateur. Spring ia here and you will want your bicycle pnt in order. Our repair department baa been enlarged and price are light. T. S. HUTCHISON 306 Street Twenty-fift-h LOST HEIR DIES. . Old Man, Son of Janneo Francis Tick, borne, Failed. New York. Feb. 27. In the moigun of the Kings county hospital nt Flnt-buslieu tbe body of nn old man who railed himself Roger Cbnrlen Tlnhborne. and claimed to bo Blr Roger Tlchborm-- the lost, heir" of tbe Tlchborne estate In England. He died Monday of apoplexy. In appearance be was tall and distinguished, with n maesive bend, gray eyas and silrery white moustache and side whisker. To one of the . hospital officers he raid that he filed n claim AND NEURALGIA to the Tlchborne estates In England HEADACHES 25 ytars ago but had Inst nt sen bla FROM COLDS. would prove hla drsceat BROMO Quinine, the paper which LAXATIVE and he had given up hope of - ever world wide Cold and Grip remedy rebis rights. The old man' move cause. Call for tall name. Look establishing story waa that he was the eldest sod for signature E. W. GROVE. 25c. h . of 8ir James Francis Tlchborne ill wan born In Peris, January 5, UD-Hroved the sea for yean end thee, when he tried to establish himwlf the lost heir, hie claim was repi dia' led. j The old man's story differed fan the regularly accepted etdry of tM lost heir." The young man whoa tha Tlchbornre claimed as a eon wn ixfr Av posed ta have sailed from Rkt. 20, 1854, In the Bella which wee W at sea. In hi last sickness he askM that hie on Oharle Tlchborne a Ban Diego, Calif., hie death occurred. Dyspepsia be notified wM America's curie. 1 Blood Bitters conquers dyspF In every time. It drive out lmpwl Hen, tone the ntomnch, restore pre normal weight. UJ feet digestion, ggod health. IN THE REICHSTAG. Berlin, Feb. 27. In the relchatag tcdfiv Herr Gamp, free conservative. In Hie course of a discussion of tha German finance and the operations of German baaka aboard, said: The greatest caution la necessary In regard to American railway securities. According 10 information which wc have received the American railways arc ao badly constructed that a reaction can no: be avoided. What win our banka, which are supporting American credit with gold sent from Germany, do then? There Is no reason why we ihould support the rich Americans with our money." 0000000000009010 P0ST0FFICE DISTURBED. Second and Third Assistant Poatmaatars te Quit Washington, Feb. 27. President Roosevelt haa accepted Hie resignation of Second Assistant Pnatmaeter General Fhallenharger. Representative James MrCleary of Minnesota, who is to retire from congress with the present session, will he appointed Mr. Bhallenbar-ger'successor. The resignation of Third Postmaster General Edwin C. Madden. It is expected, will be submitted to the President in a day or two. No i yet given as to hla JESSE J. DRIVER Wishes his many, friends to know that he is still in bus- iness, and nicely located at s'icceror. oooooooeooooooo : - 2275 Washington Ave. s intl-titH'I- ; You are; especially invited to call and see him at his new location . . .