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rHE SUNDAY OBEGOTsflAX, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 8, 1905,
Gaynor and Greene Brought
Back to, New York.
ACCOMPLICES OF CARTER
They Cojne From Montreal "Under
Guard and Start for Savannah
for Trial Gaynor Re
NEW YORK, Oct. 7. (Special.) John F.
Gaynor, of Syracuse, N. T-, a former
well-known Democratic politician of that
city, and .a friend of Davia B. Hill, and
Benjamin D. Greene, of this city, the
two men who had successfully defied the
"United States Government for years in Its
efforts to bring them back to Savannah,
Ga, there to stand trial on charges of
corrupting Captain Oberl'ln M. Carter and
of embezzlement of funds in connection
with Government contracts for harbor
improvements in that city, arrived here,
tonight in custody of United States Mar
shals from Georgia and secret service
men who went to .Montreal after the
fugitives -when the Canadian authorities
decided upon their extradition.
The prisoners arrived at the Grand Cen
tral Station at 8 o'clock and found a
large crowd of people waiting to get a
glimpse of them. They were at once sur
rounded by the curious crowd as they
emerged from the trainsheds and the
people followed them as they moved out
of the station to enter cabs.
The prisoners, especially Greene, were
plalply nervous when they saw the large
crowd. This "was well Illustrated when a
photographer took a flashlight picture of
the party. Greene almost fainted from
bright when the explosion occurred and
had to be assisted to the cab that was
waiting for him.
The Marshals took their prisoners- across
the city and over to Jersey City without
losing any time In New York, and board
ed the Pennsylvania train leaving for
tr bouth at 12:10 o'clock. Members of
the families of the men are making the
trip back to Savannah with them.
Gaynor was permitted by his guards to
shake hands with L. Latlln Kellogg, who
defended the prisoners before Commis
sioner Shields and represented Captain
Carter at the courtmartial which result
ed in the latter' s conviction. Gaynor was
overheard to say that he wished they
had followed Kellogg's advice.
Mr. Kellogg afterward explained that he
had advised his client to stand his irround
kand warned him that flight might be
raKen as an admission of guilt.
"It was Greene's pride tnat took them
away," said Mr. Kellogg.
STKOXG ESCOItT BltlXGS THEM
Gaynor and Greene iLeave 3IontrcaI,
Having Lost Long-Fight
MONTREAL. Oct. 7. The last chant r.
j so far as Canada Is concerned, in the
celebrated Gaynor and Greene case was
closed today, when the two men tnrtfri
for the United States. A large crowd
was at the denot to see them on, but. tho
most notable thing about the departure
was the large number of United States
Secret Service men on hand. They were
in chargu of W. J. Flynn., head of the
Secret Service Bureau of New York.
On behalf of the Dominion Govummnnt
Silas H. Carpenter, chief of the Montreal
aciecuve torce, wno kidnaped tho two
I men irom Quebec, ana Inspector Mc
Mahon went with the Ta.rtv fit: far n
IRouse's Point,' New York, the boundary
iwue oeing oeiwecn itouse'8 mnt ana La,
Calle, Canada. i '
lhe nrlEOner , vA Vwn nnttii Vint-
they probably would-be"- removed this
morning, ana were ready when Detective
usoya, or. tne united States Secret Serv
hce, called for them in the debtors' ward.
ine united States officers c&mn with thrn
nabs, and the party left the Jail a little
iiier i o-ciock. They drove immediately
'.O the" Boiiaventurfi fitntlnn arhnra tTnn
Iirisoners .ate breakfast In the station din-
ub-iui'iii. Aiessrs. .tsoya ana wnite, or tne
pnited States Secret Service, remained
Ivith the prisoners, while Chief Flynn and
ps ouier men remained outside, keeping
p.n eye .on the various roads leading In
pa oui or tne station. Chief Carpenter
ind Inspector McMahnn nf th irnn
force, keeping them company.
At bo tne prisoners went to the train.
First came Greene, accompanied by Unlt-
q atates selective White and Inspector
glcMahoh, and next Gaynor, accompanied
ly United States Detective "Boyd and Chief
tarpenier. Around these two small groups
lhe other Secret Sen-ice men ralUcrJ until
lhe train was reached. The prisoners
rent Into the smoking compartment with
Imei uarpenter, umer. siynn and -Messrs.
oyd and White.
When asked ff they had anything to
Eiy. -wviunei -uaynor replied that they
ere glad to go back at last and -that
pey wouia nave nothing but the kindest
bmembrances or thpir
I an ad a. Colonel Gavnor's dnturhtnr.'n-
Jw was on board the train when" the
psoners arrived, and his son arrived at
lie siuon justoerore the train left
0 PEACEFUL PICKETING
tdge's Severe Comment on Methods
of Labor Unions.
L'HICAGO, Oct. 7.-SpccIal.)-"Thero is
t buck tning as peaceful, polite and gen
hrnanly picketlnc. nnv mnm
In be chaste, polite and gentlemanly vul-
1.j.y, ui jrettwiui mooDing or lawful
?hls was the comment of Justice Smith
the Appellate Court In an opinion hand-
uown ioaay against franklin Union,
. i. and three of its
re fined 5100 each and sentenced to 30
S's imprisonment by the Superior Court.
vioiauon oi an injunction secured by
Certainly, if a union man has th nnin
lilnd him and a nicket lln tn
In," continued Justice Smith's decision.
p win prompuy endeavor to exterml
fce the 'scab' at sieht. Thin Is SIR nrnU
Iiwn to the public as It Is to-counsel,
is idle to talk of picketing for alaw-
BOH MILLENNIUM NOT HERE
inpers JKldleuIes Scheme of Indus
trial Peace by Arbitration
f ASHINGTON, Oct. 7,-SpeciaL)-Sam-
tuompers. presiaent or the American
eration of Labor, is opposed to the
osed organization of a branch of the
ional Industrial Peace Association.
project is In charge ot P. H. Scully,
has onerated HueenKHfnm- in co tv.-
(o. Denver and Indianapolis and is now
i'uiij( jjuiiocij. in uie jiiast. At a
Iting last night presided over by Labor
limissloner Noll. Mr. Scully said he
a pian mat "woum obviate the.diffi
!es of capital and labor, a plan for
dilation by arbitration." Mr. Gomp-
ln following him, said:
e speaker dreams of a millennium. In-
Inai peace must nave a normal growth
If It Is hurried as is proposed, an ab
lal product will be-the result and Injury
uc wurjungnmn- wiij oe me- result or
your labor. The present condition of In
dustrial peace that we &r,e -enjoying: has not
been wrunjp by hardship and suffering from
the employer, but rather Xrom the employe.
Tho time has not come when the Hon and
the lamb shall lie down side by side. For
the lamb that lies down with the lion today
will wake up In the inside of the Ion.
Blacksmiths Don't Xilke Japs.
ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 7. The Interna
tional Brotherhood" of Railway Black
smiths and Helpers today adopted reso
lutions calling upon the Congress of the
United States to pass an act prohibiting
the employment of Japanese andCorean
laborers on the Pacific Coast and through
the Northwest states. The resolutions
;also ask that the present Chinese exclu
sion law be so extended as to cover Jap
anese and Coreans.
Street Railway Men's Officers. '
CHICAGO. Oct. 7. At the convention
of the Amalgamated Association of Street
Railway Employes of America, today.
President W. D. Mahon, of Detroit, was
re-elected. Among the members of tho
new executive board; chosen was R. Cor
nelius, of San Francisco.
FORTY YEARS DISGUISED
"WOMAN POSES AS A MAN UNTIL OLD
"Works as Clerk, Bsak Cashier, Laborer
and -Shepherd, Bat I Discovered
PUEBLO, Colo., Oct. 7. (Special.)
One of the most remarkable cases of
hidden identity of sex ever discovered
in this slate was brought to light at
Trinidad today. After posing as a man
for 40 years Charles S. Baubaugh, has
been found to be a woman. The discov
ery was made at the county hospital
During the 40 years he or she has
been clerk, laborer antl shepherd, bdt
at Si years her marvelous 'constitution
broke down ana she went to the county
hospital as. a county charge. Her re
fusal to take a hath first attracted at
tention and, wh'en told that ehe must
bathe, she made the request that it bo
without attendance. Yesterday Dr. C
jf J. Gorham, County Doctor, hag. occa
sion to examine ner ror a coio, ana ner
secret, which she had guarded for near
ly half a century, was revealed.
The story told by her Is a remark
able one. She was born In France of
well-to-do parents and "was given a lib
eral education. She writes and speaks
six different languages as well as her
native tongue. "When 23 years old, she
came to this country. Falling to ob
tain employment In any position as a
woman, she determined to pose as a
man, and in this disguise went to Han
nibal, Mo. She worked there six years
as a dry goods clerk, then sho became
cashier of a hank and held the position
for eight years. The president of the
bank died, causing the Institution to be
Still maintaining her masculine garb
she drifted from place to place and 21
years ago came to Colorado and secured
a place as sheepherder. She was held la
high regard by those who knew her.
Until last Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Brown, with whom the woman lived,
still regarded her as a man. She posi
tively refused t6 tell her real name.
LIKE BABY WITH MEW DOLL
Officer Punished for Applying: Term
to His Superior.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. Tho papers In
the case of Second Lieutenant Clarence
B. Ross, Artillery Corps, who was re
cently tried by court-martial at Fort Rod
man, Mass., have been received at the
War Department. Lieutenant Ross was
found guilty of disrespect toward his com
manding officer and conduct to the preju
dice of good order and discipline, and was
sentenced to be reprimanded by the -reviewing
authority, and to be reduced ten
One of the specifications in this case
was that Lieutenant Ross referred to
Captain TVilloughby Walke. commanding
the post of Fort Rodman, in the hearing
of an enlisted man. In a contemptuous
manner, as being "like a baby with a new
doll' with Intent to cast ridicule upon
his superior officer, and on another oc
casion referred to him as "that cur."
General Grant, commanding the De
partment of the East, approed the sen
tence and administered the reprimand
called for -by It.
DEWEY GOING TO CHICAGO
Hero of Manila Will Attend Banquet
to General Porter.
"WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.-KSpecIal.) Ad
miral Dewey accepted the invitation pf
the Merchants' Club of Chicago to be Its
guest at the reception and banquet to be
given to General Horace Porter, October
9. President "Wacker and Secretary Nor
ton, of the Merchants Club, presented the
invitation. The Admiral said ho would
likely go to Chicago to meet General Por
ter, for whom he has great admiration,
both personally and because of his great
efforts in seeking and finding the body of
Paul Jones in Paris. The Admiral will he
accompanied to Chicago by his aid, Lieutenant-Commander
Bpencer D. "Wood.
Jury Disagrees in Ung-er Case."
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 7.-In tho
United States District Court
Jury in tho case of Cress Unger, ex-Custom-House
seizure clerk, who was In-
ilal M ""
u'ticu on numerous cnarges or larceny
and embezzlement, reported a failure tb
agree, and was discharged hy Judge Da
Haven. On a former trial, the jury also
Dr. Humphrey's Seventy
Seven breaks up Grip and
The eay time to stop a Cold is at tho
start. Sometimes a Cold flies at tho
Throat: again it seizes the Chest or
more often it rushes to the Head. You
know how yon aro, first affected and if
next tiano you will observe closely you
will notice before any of these symp
toms that feeling of lassitude or weak
ness that almost invariably preceeds
the hrcaklng out of a cold. If you are
alert enough to recognize this condi
tion, it s an easy matter to stop tne
Cold with a few doses of Dr. Hum
nhrevs Seventy-seven hut" vnn
keep it handy.' Later on its a sure cure
but its slower. At Druggists 25c, or
mailed,. "Write for Medical Book sent
William ind John Street. New Tork! '
WILL GIVE FORTUNE
Father Comes to 'Rescue of
DR. HART HAS A
Man Accused of Murdering Irene
Klokow Presents Pitiable Sight,
and Special Guard Has
CHICAGO. Oct. 7. August Hart, tho
millionaire father of Dr. Oliver R. Hart,
accused of the murder of little. Irene Klo
kow, announced today, soon after his ar
rival here from his home in St Louis,
that he would .give his entire fortune' It
necessary to savo his son from the gal
lows. Mr. Hart has retained Attorney
Morltz Rosenthal to look after his son's
Hart was a pitiable sight when ar
raigned before Justice Maer on the
charge of murder preferred by Detective
Schvener, who arrested him. Schlvener
was sworn in as a special guard to watch
over the physician, who was taken to tho
County -Hospital immediately after his
case had been continued until "October 17,
Extra precautions will be taken with tho
prisoner, as it Is feared that he will make
a second attempt on his life.
Experts engaged, by the police to securo
evidence that Dr. Hart killed 10-year-old
Irene Klokow In his home in Rogers Parle
claimed tonight that they had succeeded In
accomplishing their task. Professor "W. A.
Haines, of Rush Medical College; Dr.
Harold N. Moyer, Dr. Ludwlg Hekoten
and Dr. O. W. Lewke, Coronera-Physl-clan.
reported their discoveries to Inspec
tor Shlppy and Assistant Stage's Attorney
Barbour tonight. Tho latter declared that
every link in the chain of evidence against
tne accused physician had been perfected
and that the state could go to trial to
morrow, if it were necessary.
"We are ready for trial now. I have
the case well In hand and am ready at
tnis minute to lay the facts before a Jury
with no fear as to the outcome," Is the
way Assistant State s Attorney Barbour.
who will prosecute Dr. Hart on behalf of
tho state, pressed himself after he had
heard the report of Dr. Lewke and Dr.
"We do not want a confession wrung
rrom Dr. Hart. There will be no 'sweat
box Inquiry and no 'third degree. We
nave overwhelming proof, and his con'
fesslon would not strengthen our case,'
said Inspecjor Shlppey.
INVADE" COLORADO NEXT
Hitchcock's -Land-Frand Campaign.
j Colonel Greene Will Retire.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash;
lngton, Oct. 7. Upon the conclusion of
tho land trials in Portland, Secretary
Hitchcock will, for the time being at
least, turn his attention from Oregon
and go after land thieves in other
states, notably Colorado, Idaho and
New Mexico. Special Agent Burns and
those who co-operated with him in
working up evidence in the Oregon
fraud cases are to be sent to other
states, probabl first to Colorado,
though this is not fully determined.
Incidental to this determination, it
is learned that Special Agent A It
Greene, who fpr years was Mr. Hitch
cock's most trusted, representative in
Oregon, 1b to bo sent back to Kansas,
his home state, and will soon there
after retire from the service.
RECIPROCITY "WITH GER3IANY
Hopes America Will Lead Commis
sion to Investigate.
BERLIN. Oct, 7. The making of a new
trade agreement between the United
States and Germany Is beset with so
many difficulties on both side that tho
conviction exists" at the Foreign Office
that tho question cannot be disposed of
betweennow and March L when the new
German tariff which will be modified by
reciprocal treaties with European states,
comes Into effect. Consequently there is
no particular haste in the second section
of the Foreign Office, which is dealing
with trade subjects, to put Germany's
proposals to the United States Into final
form. They probably will not be present
ed for several weeks.
The impression existed here recently
that President Roosevelt would send a
commission of experts to examine the sub
ject from the German point of view, but,
as Washington has not sent a commis
sion. It is still desired that the President
send a representative of the American
Government, to whom may by explained
the various parts of the question'by mem
bers of the German government In a way
scarcely possible through correspondence.
It 1b believed at the Foreign Office that
public opinion in the United States has
exaggerated ideas of what Germany will
aek of us. It Is added that Germany's
proposal will really be moderate and may
be satisfied with essential changes In the
American tariff system. A provisional
agreement, it is thought, may be arranged
between the United States and Germany,
and this, it is -added, is within the Presi
dent's powers. On this side, however. It
is necessary to submit such an agreement
to tho Reichstag, as changing the cus
toms is beyond the power of the execu
tive. ENGINEERS VISIT DAM SITES
General Tour of Canal' by Consult
COLON, Oct. 7. The members of the
Advisory Board of Consulting Engineers
of the Panama Canal and the American
officials who accompanied them, on arriv
ing at Bas Obispo yesterday, closely ex
amined the site selected by the French
engineers as suitable for locks. They
afterwards crossed the Chagres River and
proceeded to study the suitability of the
Gamboa district for a dam. The party
returned to Colon yesterday and later
boarded a train at Cristobal and went up
the canal so far as Hindi. Owing to tho
shallow water in certain parts of the
canal, the tug was unable to reach Gatun.
The engineers left Colon this morning
and devoted the day to the Culebra and
Major-General Davis and all tho for
eign engineers accompany the board dally.
The health of the entire party Is good.
TUSKEGEEWTLTi HAVE PARADE
Negro Officials Consult President
About Reception There.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 7. Emmett J.
Scott, secretary to Booker T. Washing
ton, of th Tuskegee Institute, and
Charles W. Anderson, the negro appoint
ed Collector of Internal Revenue of Now
York last March, called today at the
White House. Mr. Scott placed before
Secretary Loch the programme to be fol
lowed at Tuskegee on the occasion of
the President's visit, October 24. j
An interesting feature -of the Prcsl-'
dent's entertainment will be a series of j
To floats which will pass In review before
him, illustrative pf the academic, me- I
chanical and agricultural departments of '
the school and the development of the
negro. Nearly 1500 students will precede
the floats, each wearing- a stalk of sugar
cane tipped with a cotton boll, both
raised in the experimental station gar
dens of the Institute.
WILL STOP SUPPLY FRAUDS
Taft Orders Precautions in Pur
chases for Army.
WASHINGTON, Oct 7. As an out
come of the discovery of the Schuylkill
arsenal frauds. Secretary Taft y ester- J
day issued a sweeping order to insure
that Government supplies shall be
kept up to sample; that irresponsible
bidders shall be excluded from compe
tition, and that honest and competent
inspection shall be made at every
stage in the process of manufacture of
goods furnished the Government.
PurerPood From Foreign Lands.
. WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. Secretary
Wilson, of the Department of Agricul
ture, has received tho report of Dr.
Wiley, Chief of the Bureau of Chem
istry, concerning- his investigation in
Europe of tho production of fooc
products for export to the United
States. He concludes his report with
"Everywhere I found manufacturers
and merchants are Intensely interested
In the Inspection laws of this country,
and In most cases they are endeavoring-
to the veryjbest of their ability to
conform to the"provislons of tho law.
"The law and its regulations and en
forcement have had a most salutory ef
fect upon trade regulations. Wo aro
getting In this country now better and
purer goods, and there will not be, as
expected, a diminution in the volume
of trade, but on the contrary, a large
"Our consumers being sure of tho
purity and character of these products,
will be more ready to purchase our
food products for this reason. Thus
commerce and trade between us and
foreign countries will be facilitated."
Xevr Argentine Machinery Tariff.
WASHINGTON. Oct, 7. The State De
partment has been informed by Minister
Beaupre, at Buenos Ayres. that tho bill
regarding American Importations, more
particularly agricultural Implements, has
been amended and sent In this form to a
committee and that its acceptance may
be expected in the near future. Tho blU
admits all American agricultural ma
chines and parts of machinery free of
duty in the Argentine Republic, but duty
will be collected from all accessories, such
as boltings, wrenches, asbestos, oil cans,
belt hooks, washers, metal pins, nuts,
chains, pulleys, steam packing, eveners,
swab, carriage poles and .filters.
Cane Syrup Product Improved.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. Government
experiments into tho process of cane
syrup making have been brought to a
successful conclusion and Secretary Wil
son, of tho Department of Agriculture,
today ordered the sale of the Government
factory, which was built at WayCross.
Ga, three years ago forthe purpose of
giving a course of study to cane-syrup
manufacturers of Gulf States. Tho plant
cost less than $15.00) and resulted in tho
improvement of an annual production
of nearly 200,000.000 gallons of syrup.
3fcvr Washington Rural Routes.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington, Oct. 7. The following Wash
ington rural free, dcllvdry routes have
been ordered established December 1:
Bellevue. King County, route 1,
population served 64S. houses 140; Se
attle King County, routes 1 and 2, pop
ulation 1310, houses 291; Toppenlsh,
Yakima County route 2, population 2S5,
Internal Revenue Growing.
WASHINGTON, Oct 7. Tho monthly
statement issued by tho Commissioner
of Internal Revenue shows that tho to-tal-eollect!ons
of Internal revenue or
the month of August. 1905, were 519,
935,072, which is an Increase as com
pared with August. 1904, of ?S02;780.
For tho months' of July and August,
there was a net increase of Jl188,2i2.
Xew Forest Reserve In Arizona.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. The President
has established a new forest reserve In
Arizona, which Is to be called the Tonto
Reserve, and. is Intended to protect tho
watershed of Tonto Creek, an Important
feeder of the . great irrigation reservoir
to be created near Phoenix. Tho reservo
will contain 1.120.000 acres.
Change Shipbuilding Contracts.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 7. Representatives
of practically all the shlp-buildlng firms
of tho country having dealings with the
Navy Department were in conference with
secretary Bonaparto yesterday regarding
the forms of contract for the construction
of naval vessels. These forms are now
Make Battleships Larger.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7. Secretarj
Bonaparto has under consideration a
recommendation made to him that he
request Congress to Increase the tonnage
of the two battleships authorized at tho
last session from 1C.O00 to 1S.000 tons, r
Walked to Medical Lake.
SPOKANE. Wash., Oct. 7. Thomas
A Jones, who disappeared In Portland
recently, has arrived at tho insane asy
lum at Medical Lake, and asks to be
admitted to that Institution, from which
he was discharged as cured lost June.
He was sent to the asylum by his
brother at Los Angeles. Upon arriving
at Portland ho imagined someone was
chasing him, -and refused to go further
on the train. He says he walked all the
way from Portland to Medical Lake, be
ing three weeks on the road.
Effect of Calabrian Earthquake.
ROME. Oct. 7. According to the latest
official reports, 300 villages weee-destroyed
by the recent earthquake In the Province
of Calabria. Reconstruction work. It is
estimated, will cost about $30.0CO,0Q0. and
funds contributed up to the present time
amount to 5400.000. y
To succeed these days you must have
plenty of grit, courage, strength. How
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pale, delicate? Do not forget Ayes
Sarsaparilla. You knor it makes the
blood pure and rich, and builds up
the general health. Sold for 60 years.
Yoa muiA lJok well after tfee cosdltkm of
your IlTerand bowels. Uales there is dally
act! ob of ta bcnrela, pokososa protects aro
absorbed, csatisg Beftd&cae, bIHobmmm,
inuwa, djsftepsbk, a ad tins preTestiBg the
SmpirlmfroadoiBg It best work. Ayer's
Mils arc lirer pills. Act geatly, all Tege
t&ble. TIm feM is oalyoae pill at bedttsM.
y?t kr m until 1 We
M llfailU ( JH MT
RE AR-AD1I IRAL HICHBORN Is
known admirals of our navy.
His statement concerning- Peruna
weight as it goes out into the- world.
What he says is echoed by many other
WHAT THE ADMIRAL
ADMIRAL'S WORDS CARRY WEIGHT. 1 j CHROXIC CATARRH OF THROAT. j
Philip Hichborn, Rear-Admlral United States Navy,
writes from Washington. D. C, as follows:
"After the useof Peruna for a short period, I can
now, cheerfully recommend your valuable remedy to
anyone who is in need of an invigorating tonic."
The soldier and the sailor are specially subject to ca
tarrh In some form or phase.
Exposed as they aro to constant changes, subject as
they are to various vicissitudes, and all kinds of climate,
wet and dry, night and day, they find catarrh to be their
most Insidious and everpresent foe.
In the barracks and on the field, Peruna Is equally ef
ficacious. Taken In time. It will absolutely prevent catching cold.
PE-RU-NA A POSITIVE RE3IEDY.
After a cold has become established. Peruna will break
It up quicker than any other remedy known to man.
Even after a cold has become settled In some organ of
the body Peruna can be relied upon to promptly dispel It.
Peruna will cure catarrh; whether acuto or chronic, but
a few doses taken In the first stages of the disease will b
more effective than when the disease, has become chronic.
If you suffer from catarrh In any form do not neglect
It. Take Peruna at once. Delays In such matters are
MASSACRE OF" JAPANESE
SET UPON BY IIUSSLVNS ON SIBE
CnptnlnV Daughter Liven Oatjr Five
Days After Her Capture
SANTA ROSA Cal Oct 7. (Special.)
George M. Duncan, a. well-known
Santa Rosun.- has returned from a trip
to Russian Siberia and relates a story
of terrible brutality of the Russian res
idents there toward Japanese crows of
three vessels which chanced to put into
Tugleeken River for a supply of fresh
water and fish. Dhncan was a witness
to .the massacre of the crews of three
ships and the taking- of a captain's'
wife and daughter as prisoners. The
daughter died five days after being
s One of the vossels was a brig and the
'other two were merchant schooners.
The Russian coast guardsmen, a spe
cies of iialny. with features like Chi
nese, gathered behind rocks and shot
thb crews of the vessels to death and
then gloried over what they considered
an act o& great bravery. Mr. Duncan
declares tho people In Russian Siberia
are among- the most brutal he has ever
seen or huard of, nndhe declares that
the thoughts of the terrible slaughter
and maltreatment of tho women atlll
make him shudder.
The Japanese vessels wero each set
afire and destroyed. The returned
Santa Rosan declares that the men
from the American vessels were treat
ed with the utmost courtesy and were
shown evefy favor that could be be
stowed. Bodies Picked Up at Sea.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 7. The schoon
er City of Papeete, which arrived today
from the coast of Siberia, brings a story
of having picked up tho dead bodies of
numerous Japanese on the Karatchatkan
coast, who had been killed by the Rus
sians some months ago. Captain Stens
Iand reports that the City of Papeete,
which was engaged In codflshlng In the
Okhotsk Sea. In August, brought to the
surface In ono of her nets the bodies of six
Japanese who had been killed by bullets,
evidently by the Russians. The bodies
were Immediately consigned to the Jap
anese by the Papeete's crew.
Before tho Papoete left the Kamtchat
kan coast, eight other dead bodies of
Japanese were seen hy the crew lying on
the beach and another dead Japanese was
seen floating off shore. These subjects
of the Mikado were believed to have been
members of a party of sealers who had
boldly cruised along the Siberian coast
and had been surprised by Russians, who
were on the lookout for them.
COALITION M0VES PEACE
Secures Mediator to Arrange Inter
view With King-Emperor.
VIENNA Oct 7. For the first time
since the. outbreak of the Hungarian
crisis, two prominent coalitionists,
Francis Kossuth and Gezade Polonyl,
have taken an active step with a view
toward an adjustment of the situation.
This morning they wired to Herr von
Szogyeny-Marich, the Ambassador at
Berlin, who at present Is on his es
tate at Czor. Hungary, asking him to
: receive them. The Ambassador an-
swered in the affirmative, and Kossuth
j and Polonyl hastened to Czor and had
' a long discussion with the diplomat
I Kossuth submitted a nlan to nn-
pease Hungarian feelings and simul
taneously to remove Emperor Francis
Joseph's scruples. Herr von Szogyeny
Marich promised to act as mediator be
tween the crown and the coalitionists
by requesting the King-Emperor to
grant an audience for an explanation
of Kossuth's plans. At the same time
he warned Kossuth and Pplonyi of the
risk of not Informing theother leaders
Pe - ru - na
wllf - have
naval officers of
of the coalitionists, and sad that, if
the effort failed, it would likely be
construed as an attempt to cover the
retreat of the coalition.
Austrian circles are not hopeful of a
peaceful solution of the move.
Count Andrassy was today entrusted
by the coalitionists with the task df
moving an impeachment of the Cabinet.
Gold field Bankers Acquitted.
GOLDFIELD, Nev., Oct. 7. The Jury
at Hawthorne In tho Mlms-Sutrow-Lang-Bleakmore
case returned a ver
dlc of not guilty on the first ballot, af
ter having been out three minutes. This
frees Lang- and Bleakxnore and dis
solves the Injunction on all banks holding-
their money. The case attraeted
much attention and was the cause of
several personal encounters.
Anti-Trust "Wagon Factory.
KANSAS CITY, Oct 7. (Special.)
Implement nnd vehicle dealers from
Kansas. Missouri and Oklahoma are in
the city to fix the location for a big
anti-trust wngon factory and to eleet
officers. The new association is he
outcome of the recent convention of
What Sulphur Does
For the Human Body in Health ind
The mention of sulphur will recall to
many of us the early days when our
mothers and grandmothers gave us our
dally dose of Bulphur and molasses ever
It was the universal Spring and Fall
"blood purifier," tonic and cure-all, and
mind you, this old-fashioned remedy was
not without merit
The Idea was good, but the remedy was
crude and unpalatable, and a largo
quantity had to be taken to get any
Nowadays wo get all the beneficial ef
fects of sulphur In a palatable, concen
trated form, so that a single grain Is far
more effective than a tablespoonful of
the crude sulphur.,
In recent years, research and experi
ment have proven that the best sulphur
for medicinal use is that obtained from
calcium (calcium sulphide) and sold in
drugstores under the name of Stuart's
Calcium "Wafers. They are small choco
late coated pellets and contain the active
medicinal principle of sulphur in a highly
concentrated, effective form.
. Few people are aware of the value of
this form of sulphur In restoring and
maintaining bodily vigor and health: sul
phur acta directly on the liver, and excre
tory organs and purifies and enriches the
blood by tho prompt elimination of waste
Our grandmothers knew this when they
dosed us with sulphur and molasses every
Spring and Fall, but the crudity and Im
purity of ordinary flowers of sulphur wore
often worse than the disease, and cannot
compare with the modern concentrated
preparations of sulphur, of which Stuart's
Calcium "Wafers Is undoubtedly the best
and most widely used.
They are the natural antidote for liver
and kidney troubles, and cure constipa
tion and purify the blood In a way that
often surprises patient Afed physician
Dr. R.' M. "Wllklns. while experimenting
with sulphur remedies, soon found . that
the sulphur from Calcium was superior to
any other form He says: "For liver.
kidney and blood troubles, especially when
resulting from constipation or malaria.
I have been surprised at Hho results ob
tained from Stuart's Calcium "Wafers, In
patients suffering from bolls and pimples
and even deen-sentcd carbuncles, I have
repeatedly seen them dry up and disap
pear In four or five days, leaving the skin
clear and smooth. Although Stuart's Cal
cium "Wafers is a proprietary article, and
sold by druggists, and for that reason ta
booed by many physicians, yet I know
of nothing so safe and reliable tor consti
pation;" liver nnd kidney troubles, and
especially in nil forms of skin disease, as
At any rate, people who are tired of
pills, cathartics and so-called blood "puri
fiers" will find In StuaVt's Calcium "Wafers
a -far safest more palatable and 'effective
'T was troubled with catarrh of the throat particularly,
and suffered considerably as a result thereof for a period of
about five years, and my general health was aff'ectad.
j SOUGHT CHANGE OP CLIMATE.
"Three years ago I was rorced to give up business, and
took up my residence In the Western country, looking for
relief in a change of climate as well as a change In tho
method of treatment for my ailment.
CURED BY PE-RU-NA.
"After much expense, both here and In the West, I was in
duced by a, friend to try Peruna. I continued the-use of It
for "about five weeks, at the end of which time I returned to
New York, both well and happy." Win. II. Switzer, 325 E.
33d street, NewYork City.
PE - ItU - XA IN HIS FAMILY.
"T have used Peruna in my family with very satisfactory
rdsults for the last two years. Besides I have recommended
it to all whom I think are In need of it.
"I urge all who are afflicted to buy a bottle and begin its
use at once. I nave never heard of any who have used it to
be dissatisfied with the results." Frank W. Harris, box 23,
Basic City, Va., member A. F. & A. JL
Mr. J. H. Galbraith.a90 West Second Ave., Columbus. Ohio,
"I have been a sufferer of catarrh of tho stomach and kid
neys for seven years. Doctors did me no good, and after
taking- Peruna for six months, at Intervals. I believe I am
cured. My appetite returned. I sleep well and work every
day. I always have It In the house." ...
No remedy ever yet devised has received such unstinted
eulogy from so many renowned statesmen and military men
as Peruna. it , , ,., ,
We have on file thousands of testimonials like those given
above. We can give our readers only a glimpse of the vast
array of endorsements Dr. Hartman Is receiving.
Implement and vehicle dealers held at
Steamer AJamcdn at Dry dock
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 7. The Alameda
wo3 towed to the Hunter's Point drydock
late this afternoon.
When it rains your boy "will take
advantage of any old excuse to
get out in the wet and he gets
soaked and maybe catches cold
and you worry.
Fit him out in a "Hercules
Kan twearout" Shower-proof Suit
and-jdon't worry water will run
off him as it does off a duck's
Yqu can fore vater through
"Hercules' cloth becauso It Is por
ous but in an ordinary rain the
fabric will not absorb a drop.
The shower-proofing process does
not rot the cloth, nor alter its appear
anceTTeel or wear, nor closa up the
pores and confine perspiration, nor
dull tho colors just makes ifShow-cr-proof,
proof, and besides thoroughly Sani
tary and Hygienic "
For every threat! of cotton you find
in a "Hercules" we will givo you a
sulf free the' colors will stay as
bright and clear as the day they came
from the dyeing vat the yam Is
strong and woYsn as tightly as
machinery can do H nothing less
than sheet Iron pants will wear your
Unshrinkable materials throughout
Coat lined with extra heavy double
warped Italian cloth. Two sleeve
linings instead of one (patent ap
plied for). Pant seams double sewed
and seams taped. Pants lined
throughout with cold shrunk Irish
linen makes them Sanitary, Hygi
enic and extra strong.
Excelsior waist band of elastic web
bing. Look sharp for imitations "Her
cules" labels on inside coat collar
and on sleeve.
Made only in double-breasted two
piece Knee-Pants Suits for boys 6
to 16. Five Dollars everywhere.
Seas' as same of yaar clothes dealer sxa
2e I year bey aad we will send yu a
"HercBles"sait free for iaiiectita.
Daubc, Cohn & Co. Chicago