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THE MORNING OEEGOXIAN, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER, 10, 1906.
HIHSHAW IS SENT
Degenerate Former Preacher.
BREAKS UP HAPPY.' HOME
Paroled Convict Takes Tile Ativan
tage of Liberty and Governor
Hanley Condemns Him His
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Nov. 9. (Spe
cial.) William E. Hinshaw. wife-murderer
and home-wrecker, who 11 years
ego was sentenced to the penitentiary
Tor the murder of his wife, and two
years ago released on parole by Gov
ernor Durbln for good behavior, will
again be placed behind the bars of the
Michigan City Penitentiary. This is
the decision after a hearing held this
afternoon befcfre Governor Hanley,
when Hinshaw, a former minister, con
fessed having had Improper relations
with Mrs. Freeman, of Wabash, and
thus breaking up a peaceful, prosper
ous and happy home;
The Governor this afternoon revoked
the parole and telegraphed to Warden
Held, of the Michigan City Peniten
tiary, to come to Indianapolis tomor
row and take the prisoner back. His
decision came with unexpected sud
denness, after Hinshaw's complete con
fession and after the speeches of the
attorneys. He turned to Hinshaw and
told him he was not a fit man to re
main outside the prison bars.
Prison Best Place for Him.
"Sorry as I feel for you personally,"
ald the Governor, "I am convinced that
prison is the best place for you. There
fore I revoke the parole granted you."
Hinshaw refused to discuss the mat
ter after the Governor's decision. Hag
gard, heavy-eyed and trembling, he re
sponded to request for a statement: "I
have nothing to say; nothing at all."
.Mr. Freeman was reticent and was
heard to express his feelings but once
during the hearing, when, after the
Governor's address to the prisoner, he
exclaimed: "That's right"
Mrs. Freeman, In an interview at
"Wabash today, heartbroken, hysterical
and with little hope for the future, be
tween sobs, protested love for her hus
band, but accused him of not having
given her a fair show.
AVoman Is Heartbroken.
"I am only a woman," she said, "and
I have no one to defend me but my
children and my friends are standing
by me. I don't know what I will do
yet. My husband said he would not
bring divorce proceedings. I do not
know what I will do jf he does. But I
will tell my story in a day or two, after
I have had more time to think."
The affair has created intense inter
est throughout Indiana, as Hinshaw is
well known and has preached in vari
ous localities. Much sympathy is ex
presed for Mr. and Mrs. Freeman, but
Hinshaw is denounced as one of the
vilest men that ever wore the clergy
COUNT DISCLOSES FRAUD
ELECTION JUDGES IX PENNSYL
VANIA TO BE ARRESTED.
Charges of Fraud, Forgery, Misde
meanor and Contempt of
Court Are Preferred.
WILKESBARRE. Pa., Nov. S.-During
the progress of the official election count
today, sensational testimony was given,
showing that more than ;000 fraudulent
votes were returned in seven districts of
Foster and Hazel townships. The election
Judge in the Ninth District of Hazel town
ship was ordered charged with fraud for
gery and misdemeanor as election officer.
Warrants were Issued for the arrest of
the judges of three election districts for
contempt of court. Warrants were also
Issued for Squire McElvey. of Hazel town
ehlp, for violation of the election laws,
end for Sam Eberger. a prominent mer
chant of Vreeland, charged with being im
plicated in the theft of the ballot-box in
REDS WELL DISCIPLINED
Plans Well Laid for Train-Robbery.
Pursuit Is Fruitless.
ROGOW. Russian Poland. Nov. 9. The
Cossacks have thus far been unsuccess
ful in their pursuit of the revolutionist
train robbers, numbering a hundred well
armed men, who at 9 o'clock last night
surrounded this station, threw three
bombs at the mail car of a train while
engines were being changed, derailed the
car, robbed it and fled with a sum of
money, now said to amount to $MO,000.
The station-master declares the revo
lutionists hid in the neighboring forests
end were excellently disciplined, their
commander giving orders through bugle
signals. When the robbery was com
pleted, the revolutionists transported
their booty in two wagons and marched
on in military order, singing socialistic
Eye-witnesses confirm the statement
that the revolutionists were hidden in
the neighboring woods. When the train
Btopped, men armed with rifles sprang
up on all sides. Quickly executing the
orders conveyed by the bugle, the gen
darmes standing in front o the station
were shot and killed, and the revolution
ists placed sentinels at all the approaches
and cut the telegraph wires. While
eome of them overpowered the trainmen,
others attacked the escorts of the mail
Of the three bombs thrown two ex.
jnloded with terrific force, blowing the
cars into matchwood, killing five soldiers
end mortally wounding 11 others. The
revolutionists then ransacked the mail,
transferred the banknotes, gold and sil
ver to their own bags, and, unfolding the
red flag, formed up in military order,
inarched out of the station, entered wag
ons which were in waiting in the forest,
end drove off.
It was not until three hours later that
s detachment of Cossacks, hurriedly sent
for, appeared on the scene and started
In pursuit of the revolutionists.
Rogow It- now occupied by troops.
The railroad station was practically de
stroyed tijj the revolutionists, who poured
in regular! volleys, the walls being pitted
by hundipls of bullet marks. One of the
mail clerkl endeavored to catch the first
bomb thrown at the car, but it exploded
and tore mt both of his arms.
The authorities officially admit the loss
of only $14,000 in cash, besides the un
known contents of the registered letters.
The wounded men have been sent to
SOLDIERS MUST GCARD MAILS
Trainload of Troops to Accompany
Each Mail Car.
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 9 The Minis
ter of Communications, M. Nemechaieff,
introduced to the Council of Ministers
a plan for the entire reorganization of
the system for the transportation of
mails. According to this plan the mails
will hereafter be carried exclusively on
trains running in the daytime. These
trains will consist of a mail car between
five cars filled with soldiers. This project
imposes an additional burden on the
budget of J16.500.000.
Had Bomb Ready for Judges.
KIEV, Nov. 9. A powerful bomb was
found last night in the cellar of a man
named Rudenko, accused of attempting
to kill Colonel Spiridovlch, Chief of the
Secret Police, whose trial was to begin
today. The bomb was concealed in the
prisoner's mattress and was to have been
thrown at the Judges during the trial.
Rudenko's case has been transferred to
a drumhead court-martial.
THREE MEN INDICTED FOR
SELLING BAD BOILER TCBES.
Conspiracy in Pittsburg Continues
Thirteen Years and Arfects Boil
ers of Twelve Warships.
PITTSBURG, Nov. 9. Indictments
were returned by the Federal grand
jury in this city today against J. Jay
Dunn, Charles T. Close and Frank T.
Emmett, officials and employes of the
Shelby Steel Tube Company, charging
them with conspiracy to defraud the
Government in connection with the
boiler tubes furnished for a number of
There are 30 specific counts against
the men, and it is alleged the conspir
acy was in operation over a period
from 1892 to January 1, 1905. The in
dictments further assert that the de
fective tubes were placed in boilers
that were used on 12 war vessels,
among them being the Louisiana, upon
which President Roosevelt is now
making his trip to Panama. The other
vessels named in the indictment as
having the defective tubes are the
Maine, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Colorado,
Vermont, Maryland, Tennessee. Wash
ington, Minnesota. Nebraska, and
The indications are the outcome of
an investigation started a month or
more ago upon information furnished
by Emmett. Immediately after the re
turn of the grand jury was made.
Judge Ewing issued bench warrants
for the three men and they will be ar
NO COMFORT FROM MAGOON
Cuban Office-Seekers Get No Conces
sions From Governor.
HAVANA, Nov. 9. A determined effort
to induce Governor Magoon to begin a
general distribution of offices among the
members of the Liberal party was made
this afternoon, when a sub-committee ap
pointed by the .Liberal meeting Thurs
day night, composed of Juan Gualherto
Gomez, Demetrio Castillo,. Jose G. Mon
teaguedo, Alfredo Zayas and Carlos
Garcia y Valdez, held a two hours' con
ference with the Governor.
The result of the conference is not
known. On leaving the palace, however.
General Velez said the interview was
highly satisfactory and that the Governor
assured the committee that he would
continue the reforms in the .municipal
government and that an election would
be held in June. General Velez evaded
the question as to what reply the Gover
nor made to the specific demands for
The Governor said that he did not con
sider it appropriate to make any state
ment with regard to the conference in
anticipation of "the sub-committee's re
port. It is generally known, however,
that he did not respond to the pressure
and make the desired appointments.
While the committee on appointments
did not meet tonight to report the result
of the conference with Mr. Magoon. there
was a meeting at the Liberal Club, at
tended by 200 members of the party who
took part in the recent insurrection. The
meeting manifested its strong disapproba
tion of the Governor's course in not filling
vacancies with Liberals, and resolved, if
the demands of the party were not
promptly complied with, to arrange an
anti-Magoon demonstration in the form of
a parade and mass meeting, the latter to
pass resolutions appealing to President
Roosevelt to recall Mr. Magoon. Further
more, the meeting appointed a committee
to call upon the Governor tomorrow and
demand the reinstatement of Juan R.
O'Farrill, Liberal ex-Mayor of Havana.
DIVIDEND OF 900 PER CENT
State Bank of New York Distributes
NEW TORK, Nov. 9. The directors of
the State Bank of this city today declared
a dividend of 900 per cent, payable in
cash, on the bank's capitalization of $100.
000. The directors also declared the usual
semi-annual dividend of 50 per cent.
The large surplus the bank amassed be
came unwieldy because of. its small cap
italiaztion, and in order to obviate this
the directors decided to distribute the sur
plus In the form of a dividend. It also
was decided to increase the capital from
$100,000 to $1,000,000.
INFANTRY SENT TO RENO
Disgraced Negro Troops Said to Be
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Nov. 9. Or
ders were received here today to send
four companies of the Twenty-sixth In
fantry to Fort Reno and they left to
night on a special train. No informa
tion can be obtained tonight as to the
state of affairs at Fort Reno, but there
is a report that the negroes who were
recently dishonorably discharged on
the orders of the President are caus
ing much trouble there and that they
are to be disbanded just as soon as
MOUNT CULEBRA ERUPTS
Supposed Dead " Colorado Peak
Belches Smoke and Vapor.
TRINIDAD, Colo.. Nov: '9. Mount Cuie
bra, 40 miles west of Trinidad, is reported
in a state of eruption. Postmaster Adolph
Storz. of Stonewall, who lives within 12
miles of the peak, has sent word here that
smoke and vapor can be seen issuing from
RIPON'S PUUN TALK
Marquis Gives Significant
Warning to King Leopold.
MISRULE IN THE CONGO
Belgium Must Put an End to the
Terrible State of Affairs or
the Powers Will Apply
LONDON. Nov. 9. fSpeclal.) Signifi
cant warning was given King Leopold of
Belgium by the Marquis of Ripon, ex
Secretary of State for War, at the Lord
Mayor's banquet at the Guildhall tonight.
In his speech the Marquis referred to the
Congo situation in sharper and more
menacing terms than any British states
man speaking authoritatively has seen fit
The speaker warned Belgium to dis
charge her responsibilities in the Congo
and put an end to the state of miserable
misrule there. He intimated that Great
Britain had no desire to interfere or to
disturb the rights of. another government
in the control of its dependencies, but he
declared in emphatic terms that imme
diate action was necessary for the pro
tection of European interests in the Con
"If Belgium cannot see her way to as
sume that position," said the Marquis,
"then we shall have, ,n concert with
other powers, the, right to apply the
WAITING FOR OTHER NATIONS
Haldane Says Britain Will Disarm
When They Do.
LONDON, Nov." 9. Sir William Tre
loar's term of office as Lord Mayor of
London was inaugurated today with the
time-honored pageant. The streets, as
usual, were brilliantly decorated.
The banquet tonight in the Guildhall,
the first under a Liberal ministry since
1S04, was deprived of its customary in
terest owing to the absence of Premier
Campbell-Bannerman and Foreign Secre
tary Sir Edward Grey. Any weighty
utterance regarding the country's policy
was thus excluded. Many diplomats and
celebrities, as well as most 'of the other
members of the Government, were pres
ent. A feature of the evening was the
remarkable ovation given to Baron Ko
mura, the new Japanese Ambassador to
Responding to the toast, "The Imperial
Services," War Secretary Haldane said
that he and the First Lord of the Ad
miralty, Lord Tweedmouth, realized it
was a solemn duty on their part not to
diminish the country's fighting force by
one whit. It wag the duty of a Chris
tian people, the speaker continued, to
set an example by reducing the expendi
tures for armaments, but unless they had
a response from other nations this was
The speaker hoped the time would come
when nations would look back upon these
days as a period of barbarism and won
der why they had spent millions in this
manner. But until that time arrived it
was in the interest of peace itself that
no nation let down its strength, and it
was the duty of Great Britain to main
tain its efficiency.
Philippine Question Solved.
ROME. Nov. 9. (Special.) Archbishop
Harty. of Manila, has no political mis
sion to Rome, according to announce
ment today from the Vatican. His visit
to the Pope is said to be one purely of
greeting. Concerning the state of the dio
cese, nothing has been reported person
ally to the Supreme Pontiff for 10 years.
With the exception ofc some minor details
to be arranged later, the Archbishop says
the Philippine question has been solved
to the satisfaction both of the Italian and
It is understood now that at the con
sistory called for December 6 several
bishops will be appointed, but that no
cardinals will be created.
ANARCHIST BRUNO CAUGHT
Most Dangerous of Italian Gang
Will Be Deported.
DENVER. Nov. 9. Giovanni Bruno, a
Sicilian, believed to be one of the most
dangerous and daring Italian Anarchists,
was arrested today at Keene, a small sta
tion on the Burlington railroad 47 miles
east of Denver, where he was employed
as a section hand. Seach had been made
for him for five months by agents of the
United States immigration service. He
will be returned to Sicily.
DESERTED BY FACULTY
Centenary College Has Only Mur
derous Professor Left.
JACKSON. La., Nov. 9. Every member
of the faculty of Centenary College ex
cept President Moncrief resigned today
as a consequence of the recent stabbing
of Rev. Mr. Miller by Moncrief.
Two days ago the entire student body
left the college on account of the reten
tion of Professor Moncrief. Centenary
College is a Methodist institution.
Durand Regrets to Leave.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9. "I especially re
gret leaving America, as ever since I
entered the diplomatic service I have
wanted to come here. I expressed the
desire to come here, as I consider it the
most important post in the world.-'
These words were spoken tonight bv
Sir Henry Mortimer Durand, British Am
bassador to the United States, whose in
tention to resign his post and to retire
from public life has been announced. The
occasion was a dinner given by the Brit
ish Schools and Universities Club, of this
city, in honor of the 65th birthday of
Hindoos Headed for Ottawa.
OTTAWA. Ont., Nov. 9. There are 800
more Hindoos on their way to British
Columbia. Already strong protests have
been received from the province against
the arrivals of this class, who. It is said.
are not wanted.
The Dominion government will make
representations to the imperial govern
ment to take the matter up with the In
dian government and put a' stop to this
Lead Pencil Prices Are Higher.
NEW TORK, Nov. 9. The wholesale
rate on all lead pencils costing $3.60 or less
a gross has gone up from 5 to 25 cents
a gross. The reason given for the ad
vance is the higher cost of labor and ma
Shows Judge How to Steal Watch.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. Harry Stein.
charged with being an East Side "Fagin."
was convicted yesterday largely on the
testimony of an alleged pupil, Hyman
Crossman. a boy of 14. - Stein was remand
ed for sentence. Stein is said to have had
a school in which more than 100 boys were
instructed in the "art" of picking pock
ets. Young Crossman told the court how
the lessons were given, and showed the
Judge the method of stealing a watch.
SHALL HE BE OUTCAST
(Continued from First Page.)
signed. Mr. Belmont had been serving
on the committee temporarily since the
Buffalo convention, at which time he
was appointed by the Nassau County
delegates, who afterward were unseat
ed. Mr. Belmont voluntarily retired
today to make way on the committee
for ex-Senator Edward A. Bailey, of
Patchogue, Long Island.
McCarren Will Fight Removal.
McCarren said today after the meeting:
They can take any action they wish, but
they cannot remove me and the seven other
Brooklyn men as members of the state
committee. The voters of our district elect
ed us, and any court will hold that any
action looking toward our removal by the
state committee would be illegal. I Intend
to fight every movement, and will be of
course willing to go to the highest courts If
necessary. In the meeting I reminded Mr.
Conners that there had been Hearst dis
loyalty In Erie, but he did nothing about
It. Mr. Hearst was knifed all over the
state, and it Is fair to assume tnat Investi
gation of all state committeemen will be
Hughes Takes to the Woods.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9. Governor-elect
Charles E. Hughes reached Camp Kill
kare, in the Adirondacks, where he is
to rest from the labors of his campaign,
yesterday. In his tramping- suit, he
took a long walk in the woods. He
said after the tramp that he liked
camp life and the country just suited
Jackson Silent About Recount.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. William Schuyler
Jackson, of Buffalo, Democratic Attorney-General-elect,
declined today to say spe
cifically what action he would take to
ward securing a recount of the vote for
Mayor of New York last yean when, with
W. R. Hearst, he claims that he was
Payne's Cottage to Be Torn Down.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. The little thatched
cottage at East Hampton, L,. I., in which
John Howard Payne, author of "Home,
Sweet Home," lived in his early years,
and which when he was a wanderer on
the face' of the globe inspired his im
mortal ballad ,is to be destroyed. The
site on which it has stood for so many
years has been purchased and the struc
ture will be torn down and a church
erected in Its place.
Auto Keeps Up With Balloon.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass., Nov. 9. Cort
land T. Field Bishop, president of the
Aero Club of America, won the Allan
R. Hawley Cup In the balloon pursuit
race by automobiles today, arriving at
the point of descent in this city with his
car not only within the time limit fixed
by the racing committee, but in time to
assist in dragging the balloon to the
Record for Team of Five. '
ALBANY, Or., Nov. 9. Shooting over
the traps of the Albany Gun Club today
the Winchester squad established a new
world's record for a team of five, break
ing 490 targets out of 500 shots. The record
of the individual members of the team
were as follows: J. H. Hawkins, 98; W.
R. Crosby, 99; Mrs. A. 'lopperwein, 96;
John S. Bow, 99; J. R. Taylor, 9S.
Taken From Jail and Lynched.
VALDOSTA, Ga., Nov. 9. A negro pris
oner charged with assault upon Miss
Grambllng, a young white woman, was
lynched at Madison, B'la., last night atter
having been forcibly removed from the
Seven Die and Eleven Rescued.
CHARLOTTETOWN, P. E. I., Nov. 9.
In the wreck of the full-rigged Finnish
ship Zovinto on Carew's Reef during
the hurricane Tuesday night seven of the
crew lost their lives and 11 were rescued.
Election Contest at Honolulu.
HONOLULU. Nov. 9. A. M. Brown, the
Republican candidate for Sheriff, who
was defeated by C. P. Iaukea, Democrat,
has filed a petition for a recount.
Murderer and Suicide Identified.
CHICAGO. Nov. 9. The woman who
was last night shot and killed in Lin
coln Park by a man. who then committed
(with rare exception)
"There's a Reason," experience proves.
1st. This food is toothsome and delicious.
2d. It is wonderfully easy of digestion, the starchy part having been
predigested in the process of manufacture.
3d. Predigested Grape-Nuts supplies the body with carbo-hydrates in
such form that the blood quickly assimilates and deposits these elements in
the tissues all over the body, there to lie dormant until exertion releases the
That energy is there if Grape-Nuts has been the food.
4th. This food contains delicate particles of Phosphate of Potash ob
tained in natural form from field grains.
This element thus highly specialized by Mother Nature has an affinity
for and will unite with albumen and water in the human body.
This combination produces the soft gray matter, filling the Brain and
Nerve Cells all over the body. That keeps the
Yale and Harvard men know these things, and they are a "husky lot,"
both mentally and physically.
"There's a Reason"; for
Get the little book, "The Road to
suicide, was today Identified as Augusta
Ray. a domestic. The man is said to be
Charles Grant, who was In love with the
Ray girl. The shooting 1s believed to
have been due to the girl's refusal to
marry Grant immediately.
RAILWAY MILEAGE PLANS
Twenty-Five Thousand Miles of New
Review of Reviews.
The aggregate railway mileage under
contract for construction or in immedi
ate prospect in the United States and
Canada is over 22,000 miles. The aggre
gate of cash to be used in this construc
tion and in the great projects of the
American trunk line railways is over
$750,000,000. If the entire gold production
of the world in the two greatest gold
yeans ofUhistory were applied to this con
struction it would fall far short of meet
In the early part of the year the Rail
way Age compiled the railway projects
at that time under contract or under
construction in the United States. This
compilation showed an aggregate of
over 13,000 miles, located as follows: -
New England States 36
Middle States 39$
South Atlantic States 1.4S2
Gulf and Mississippi Valley States 1,303
central isortnern states s)
Northwestern States 2321
Southwestern States 3.4SS
Pacific States 3,137
In Canada the total mileage projected
is the heaviest in the history of that
country. Taking the East with the
West, four great companies contemplate
the construction of over 9000 milea of
In addition, there have come to light
Since this compilation was made Ameri
can projects that will probably bring
the total to well over 25,000 miles of
Inevitably a considerable proportion of
this mileage will never be constructed.
A great many companies entirely dis
appear, are bought off. or fail through
various causes to complete the tasks
they have undertaken. Yet, even with
this deduction, it would appear that there
are live and legitimate railway projects
on this continent today that call for the
creation of well over 22,000 miles of track.
In the light of this fact, the years 1906 and
1S07 are practically to go down into his
tory as one of the moat striking periods
in the railway history of the Western
English Conscience Story.
A remarkable "cash" entry in the ac
counts of the London, Brighton & South
Coast Railway was referred to at the late
ordinary meeting of the company.
Lord Cottesloe, who presided, called at
tention to the fact that the general in
surance fund was credited with the sum
of 1200 under the simple entry of "cash."
The circumstances in which the money
was paid over to the company were un
usual. A London solicitor called on the com
pany's solicitors and stated that a client
of his (whose name he was not allowed
to divulge) was In the possession of a
sum of money whtch he considered to be
long rightfully to the company and which
he wished to pay over. The solicitor de
clined to give any information as to
how the money came into his client's
possession, -and he was only prepared
to say that his client was not. and
never had been, connected with tno
company. If the acceDtance of the
offer was declined, he added, he would
advise his client that, having made the
offer, he might retain the money with
a clear conscience.
Tne true facts connected with this
payment, said Lord Cottesloe, would
probably never be known. It was a
very unusual circumstance for a rail
way company to receive what unques
tionably must be "conscience money."
The offer was accepted.
Tart Visits Fort Sheridan.
CHICAGO. Nov. 9. Secretary of War
Taft came to Chicago today, inspected
Fort Sheridan and, after being enter
tained at luncheon at the Auditorium to
night by a number of army officers, left
for Fort Leavenworth. Kan. While in
Chicago Mr. Taft said that his present
tour of Inspection of the forts was to de
termine if the smaller ones could not be
merged with the larger ones.
American Scares Police.
ST. PETERSBURG, Nov. 9. James M.
James, of New York, who is studying
trade unionism In Russia, was arrested
yesterday during a police raid on a trades
union bureau, and was held in a police
station for five hours. He was released
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Raise Fund to Bring Home Band.
HONOLULU, Nov. 9. A popular sub
scription is being made for the purpose
of providing funds to bring home the
Hawaiian band, 'which met with financial
reverses in its tour of the United States.
Crowds Prevent Balloon Ascent.
PARIS, "Sov. 9. Such an enormous
crowd collected in the Bois de Boulogne
today to witness M. Santos-Dumont's at
tempt to win the- Grand Deutsch-Arch-deacon
prize, which requires a flight of
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I want to impress it upon every weak man
that I can make him strong, vigorous,
healthy, ulert and free from every taint of
disease and weakness. I have limited my
specialty in practice to only a few of the
more Important disorders, so that I could
KNOW these thoroughly. My experience
along this one path for twenty-flve years
qualifies me to say positively that such trou
bles as Spermatorrhoea. Lost Vlor. Varico
cele. Hydrocele, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, stric
ture sod "Wenknesn" can be cured perfect
ly so as to. stay cured. Of course I use
different methods than the ordinary physi
cian. Most of these are original with me
and were devised for Just such cases as the
ordinary courses of treatment fail to reach.
The Scientific Treatment of Weakness
Dosing the system with powerful stimulants and tonics In an effort
to restore functional vigor can have but one final result: The condi
tion Is rendered worse than before. "Weakness" Is merely an indica
tion of a low form of Inflammation In the prostate gland, and this In
flammation Is but aggravated by stimulating remedies that excite tem-.
porary activity. I employ the only scientific and fully effective treat
ment for "weakness," which effects a permanent cure by restoring the
prostate gland to a sound and healthy state. I obtain complete results
In every case I treat. Interesting literature and a beautifully engraved
chart free if you will call.
I offer not only FREE consultation and advice, but of every case that
comes to me I will make a careful examination and diagnosis without
charge. No ailing man should neglect this opportunity to get expert
opinion about his trouble.
If you cannot call write for Diagnosis Chart. My offices are open all
day from 9 A. M. to 9. P. M. and Sundays from 17 to 1 only.
the DR. TAYLOR co.
2341 Morrison Street, Corner Second
Mrs. F. E. Ararvle. of Denver,
uoioraao, rresiaeni 01 rnu&ui-a
and Ladies of Golden Precept,
thanks Warner's Safe Cure for her
restoration to health, after a siege
of pains in the back caused by dis
"About a year ago my health was
complotc'y run down, nerves shattered,
had frequently dizzy spells, backacne,
and had to pass ray water frequently
and with great irritation. The doctor
pronounced it kidney and bladder
trouble and I was under his care for
two months. Failing; of results, re
solved to try Warner's Safe Cure,
which had come to me very highly
recommer.ded. The first bottle helped
. me considerably, and at the end of
three montiis I was a well woman,
without a sign of any of the many
aches and pains that had neretofore
been my lot. I feel much better than
I have in years and certainly feel
irraieful to your medicine." MRS. K.
E. ARGYLE. 144B Stout St Denver,
Colo.. Pres. of Knights and Ladies of
more than a kilometer in a machine
heavier than the air. that the guardian
of the Bois insisted upon a postponement
of the attempt until better police protec
tion can be arranged at a later date.
Factions Still Carry Guns.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 9. Dispatches
from Rio Grande late tonight say that
Ranger Morgan's orders to disarm are
not being obeyed. Most of the men on
the streets are armed, their weapons be
Greeks Massacre Bulgarians.
SALONICA, European Turkey. Nov. 9.
A Greek band has killed 25 Bulgarians
and burned many houses in the town of
Caradjova. near Serres.
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