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A man of sense wants not only good
looks, but charming mannersi a genial
temperament. So it it when a gentle
man is in search of a suit or overcoat.
Sweatshop clothes are frequently
made from nice looking cloth, but
character is lacking. The cloth is not
shrunk like "High Art Clothes "t in
stead of High Art linen canvass, oth
ers put in cheap burlap. Instead of
hair cloth stiffening as in High Art
clothes, cheap clothing has some poor
Wln-it ordinary clothe bwomo wot thoy get out of shape,
while High Art clothen "tay put," as President Roosevelt
would my. Tho price of High Art clothe in but liltlo inoro
(if aiiy more) thnn ordinary clothes. The appreciative, dis.
criminating public in inviUnl to consider those facts and
inspwt our " 1 1 ight Art " clothes.
STILL ARE OUT
Few Union Engineers Given Tbeir
Old Places When They
MANY CARPENTERS ARE IDLE
Only About Two-Third of the
MIim-n KcNiiinc, and the I'ro
ductloii I Lent Than
Half the Normal.
of informing the government of the dis
trict In consequence of tb lost erup
Hon of the volcano. They appe'tl'.-d
for food and shelter, especially for
th-lr terrified wive and children, tnd
barged to be removed from the north
ern uuurter of th Inland to farm a
new settlement In another locality
wh.ve they could safely and convm
lenily start life afresh. The admin','
trator expressed hi hearty aympathy
for the iiufforTi and promised to
communicate the facta U hi ,hlef.
together with certain suggestion. Tic
aald he hoped the government would
aoon be able to do something to relieve
the victim, of the volcanic disturb-ance.
And all kind of Bcliool 8u(liti. We Live ILcm u usual. A lou of
Tablets just received. PRICES LOWEST.
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Wo have an Eastern Blend of Coffee that we nro
putting on the market at 25 cents per pound. A
bargain never before ollered. , ,,
Fisher BrOS., 549-550 Bond St.
FOR ALL AGES
Your confideaee in us and
i our clothing wHl bo more
tkaa ever justified this season
wken you se the Hue of Hart
Schaffncr A Marx overcoats we
have gathered together for your
inspection and uso.
The very htost stylos, made
in the most perfect manner of
the tailoring art, and will
plonso the most fastidious
dressers, while the prices can
not fail to satisfy tho shrewdest
buyor. Do yourself the favor
P. A. STOKES
WILKEBBARRE. Oct. 23.-Iteump-
(Ion of mining throughout the anjhra
cite district waa not aa funeral today
na was expected, Unlocked for dif
ficulties were encountered In water
and accumulated gus, and dungerou.
roof, whloh threatened to fall and en
tomb the workmen were also dlscov-
ered In many colllcrlea. The mine sup
erintendent would take no chance
and the mining of coul wa put off un
til after all porta of the underground
working? can be made aafe.
The number of mine, reported In
operation la little leaa than two-third
of the total number. The output of
coul was leia than half the normal. In
three daya. however, It la expected the
output of the coul will reach the full
It look aa though the union engin
eer, were going to meet with diffi
culty In getting back their old place.
At nearly every mine where the strik
ing engineer made application for
work today they were told there were
no vacancies. A large number of
carpenter are alao out. President
Mitchell today advbted the men to wait
a few day and see If employment
would not be offered them. He be
lieve that when a general resumption
take place there will be few mine em
plye Idle. The firemen are being
taken back In larger number thnn any
of the (teammen, because they take
the place of men not capable. Great
preparations are under way for the
celebration of Mitchell day, October 39.
CONFERENCE OF CABINET.
Discus? Infractions to fitrlke Arbi
WASHINGTON. Oct.' ?J.-PoHtmai-
ter-Oeneral Payne entertained the
prealdent and a number of the mem
ber of the cabinet at dinner tonight.
Aftr dinner, the .renldent, Attor
ney-General Knox and Secretary Hay
went to the White Ilouae and v re In
conference over what the president
ihould any In the nature of instruc
tion to the strike arbitration commis
8CRANTON. Oct. 2S.-At about half
of the colllerlva In thla city an .ap
parently full force of men waa put to
work tody. The falling of roofs,
which blocked the roadway, waa re-
apoiinible for only pnrt of the force be
FOItEBT RESERVE PROTESTED.
Mining Interest of Eastern Oregon
rAKi: CITY, Ore., Oct. 23-A com-
mltteo of prominent mine owner with
attorney left thl evening for Port
land, wher they are to meet Senator
Mitchell anl other member, of the
Oreiton congressional delegation, to
morrow. They go a representatives
of the mlnlnjr Intereata of eastern Ore
on to lay before Senator Mitchell a
forn al nrotst agilnat the creation of
the proitowd reserve reccnUy deslgnat
ed In the temporary ord?r of the de
partnent of Interior known as eastern
Oregon for:,t reserve.
WILL BE TRIED
French Government to Undertake
Settlement of the Bi; Coal
Strike Now On.
DEPUTIES TAKE UP MATTER
JUSTICE HARLAN 18 ACTIVE.
Hrok I'n Class Flift of it'ldent, at
Columbia University .
WASIUN3TON. 'tci. SZ.- Justice
Harlan of the United Sta'e supreme
court, who 1 a member of ihe faculty
of CoTjtnbta mlve-alty law school of
thl city. it night prevented a class
daht between the fr-iahnwn fcnd the
Justice Harlan, allh nah 69 years of
age, 1 still a vtgorou man and ac
live. The sopho-noreg M'empted to
break 'ip the frthma e ti- g. when
the Justice flx.'l Ihe Vader by the
collar and -onulKl the iip,otid-ycar
men to llirn.
BUTTE. Oct. 23. One of the great
est sensation sprung within the pO'
lltlcal arena of this state Is the state
menu of Charle W. Clark which will
appear In the Miner tomorrow.
Above his own signature Clark de
dares he waa offered a bride of tw
millions and a half dollars to assist
Helm in securing the control of the
DEMAND HIGHER WAGES.
Employe of Southern Pacific Dlesalls
fled With Their Earnings.
OAKLAND. Calif ., Oct. :3.-Arcord
ing to Interview obtained by rhe Tri
bune reporter with the head of tht
railroad union and union members
there will be a denund made upon the
Southern Pacific wlth!n the next few
day for an Increase of wag?s which
will effect upward of 3,K0 employes
SCENE IN THE COMMONS.
Nationally Leader Create Much Dis
order In Lower House.
LONDON. Oct. 28. --Another scene
waa caused by the Irish nationalist In
the house of commons today. The
nationalist bombarded the chief sec
retary for Ireland, Wyidham, with all
kind of Irrelavent questions, and when
the speaker barivd Ihe attack in this
direction the natlonultt ,noved an
adjournment of the house In order to
discus lonta triviality which happened
during the last session.
When the speaker ruled the motion
out of order great disorder followed. I
Redmond was specially prominent, In
sisting on arguing with the sinker, to
which he va egged on by the frantic
cheer and shouts from the nationalist
THE OREGON IN DISTRESS.
Voyage to Manila D.-layed By Fire In
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. ?3.-The
lioll.tln savs that a lire has been
burning In the coal bunkers of the bat
tleship Oregon for three days. It
will be some time before she can de
part for Manila.
The repairs will have to be made
and a new supply of .oal put on board
before We battleship can sail.
PEOPLE ARE TERROR-STRIKEN.
Souffriere", Eruptions Will ' Drive
Them From Northern Port.
KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent. B. W. I
Oct, 2S.-The Souffrlere volcano hua
ben active Ince October 15, keeping
the people In the Windward district in
a state of continuous unrest. Evidence
gathered In the district prove that the
eastern orator wa chiefly operative
during the last eruption. The devas
tated land now Include all the plan
tation on the northeastern coast down
to. the Grand Sable estate, on ivhlch
the re-etabllshment of cultivation will
be hopeles for years, even should La
Souffrlere aoon become sjulescent,
A deputation of distressed Inhabi
tant ha waited upon the admlnta-
T. M. I. ELECTS OFFICERS
OMAHA, Oct. 23.-The Toung Men s
Institute ha elected the following of
Supreme chaplain, Most Rev. Win.
Henry Elder of Cincinnati.
Supreme president, F. J. Pierce of
Supreme ecrtary, James M. O'
Brien of Roanoke, Ya.
Treasurer, D. J. Culllnan of Pitts
W. II. Webber of Walla Walla,
Wash., was elected member of the
board of supreme director.
Premier' Propottal for Settle
nient Greeted With Cheer ;
Dunkirk Strikers Vote
to Keaanie Work.
PARIS, Oct. 23. In the chamber of
deputies today the discussion of the
Interpellation on the jubject of the
frh mln'ng trike wa reum1. M.
Jure, socialist, asked the government
tn inervn and end the trupfs!e. He
rocnllod the raeeefnl remit of Presi
dent Roosevelt' Intervention In the
coal strike In the United Etat?, and
asserted that the companies could not
resist If the chamber gave the premier
the moral power to decide the disputes.
Premier Comb replied, justifying a
dispatch of troops to the coal regions.
and in conclusion said:
"The government 'vlll strive to bring
about a favorable solution of the labor
question and 1 willing to Intervene In
order to urge a more equitable solu
tion of the trike."
Wn U RESTMS WORK.
ed a strange abject In the water. Upon
coming near It was foond to be a large
globe. From a man bole on the top,
a man's head projected. Tie tug hunt
alongside and two men emer?;i from
the globe. They proved to be the in-
ventor and hi asalstant, loth Nor
wegian. According to their sfory, the globe,
which Is composed of aluminum, a,
put overboard from a tanet eff
Havre and ince that tinw It hd been
knocking about the channel with its
two occupants., The Inventor claims
that it satisfied all requirements and
expectations and lemonstrated It
serviceability for saving lives at sea.
The tug towed the curious craft to
Dover, where It attracted much atten
tion. It I about eight feet In i!m-tnr. An
Ir shaft I provided and It Is also fit
ted with a water pump, sail and rud
der. Its capacity is claimed to be
sufficient for It persons, together with
850 pounds of food and 'AO pound of
Will Not Effect Relations Witt
the United States in
REGARDED ONLY AS FORMAL
INJURED IN TRAIN WRECK.
Freights Collide In Missiourl
Dunkirk Strikers Have Coneludid to
End the Struggle.
DUNKIRK, France, Oct. 23. The
strikers Invadsd the law courts during
the day and Interrupted business there.
They were charged repeatedly by
cavalry on the square In front of the
law courts. The rioters assailed the
soldiers with bricks and scrap iron. A
lieutenant of cavalry and all the com
missaries of police present were
wounded. Two additional regiment
of infantry have arrived here.
At a meeting tonight the . striking
laborers voted to resume work. Sol
dlers arj guarding all of the public
DE SOTO, Mo. Oct. 23.-As the re
sult of a head-end freight collision on
the Iron Mountain, seven mile north
of here last night, seven person were
lnjjured, aa follows:
Engineer F. W. Strothman, scalded.
Fireman Gu Lynch, seriously.
Conductor F. B. Hale. .
Engineer Peter Constant
Frank Stevens of St Louis, leg
Harry Snyder of Philadelphia.
S. W. Poe, St Louis.
The cause of the collision Is not
DENY CASTRO WON VICTORY.
Report Say That the Rebels Are Get
ting Upper Hand.
NEW YORK, Oct. 21 Officers of the
German cruiser Gazelle and the Brit
ish cruiser Indefatigable, which have
arrived here from La Guayra, deny,
cables the Porto Spain, Trinidad, cor
respondent of the Herald, that Presi
dent Castro of Venezuela won an Im
portant victory over the revolufpnlsts
at La Victoria. The officers express
the opinion that the revolutionists are
getting the upper hand.
Were Made When Chile Vm lit
lous to Strengthen
NEW YORK, Oct. 23,-Concemlng
the secret treaties between Chile. Co
lombia and Ecuador, El Murico quote
the minister of foreign affairs aa say
ing the government attaches no im
portance to their publication, cables
the Santiago, Chile, correspondent or
the Herald. The real meaning of these '
agreements, according to the dispatch,
can only be understood as a result of
the dangerous diplomatic position In
which Chile was placed In the last
month of 1901 and at the beginning of
Chile waa then anxious to strengthen
her flrh-idshlp with some of the South
American republics In order to have
their help In the Pan-American con
ference In Mexico, where Chilean in
terests were threatened by her enemies.
Chile thought tha a war with Argen
tina was possible, and the free passage
of the Straits of Magellan would have
been rendered very difficult. This,
government Insists on the point that
the agreements were only a result of
the dangerous position of Chile, and
that the treaties have nothing to do
with the United States.
NEED OF STABLE CURRENCY.
Silver Basis tn Philippines Operates to
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 23.-Rax
mond Reyes Lala, a native Filipino,
graduate of Oxford and natuwllx'jd
American, has arrived here from Ma
nila on his way to Washington to tell
something of the present urgent reeds
of the Philippines.
"Legislation Is much needed for the
Philippines." said Lala, when seen at
his hotel. 4 We poor Filipinos need a
stable currency. We cannot do bust
ness with the states without having
a fixed standard of money. In the old
days silver was generally worth three-
fourths as much as nold and at the
worst two for one. ltit now sllv
and It Is a sliver country, though the
government demands all Us payments
In gold silver is lower yet 32.37 for
every dollar In gold. To secure 100
In (told when I wa leaving for the
states I had R pay something like
950 In silver. The worst of it is that
there is no stability In the ratio. The
commission can make It anything It
sees fit The islands need railroads.
They need more reliable labor, for m
countrymen of the laboring c'asa are
ery uncertain. If they make a few
dollars they don't care to work till it
Is go e."
OFFICER SHOOTS SUSPECT.
SAGINAW. Mich., Oct 23. Patrol
man Herman Schmidt last night shot
and probably fatally wounded a stran
ger suspected of being Implicated in
breaking the safe of the Pere Mar
quette coal mine yesterday morning.
The officer accosted three suspicious
characters in a lumber yard and fired
when he saw one of the suspects draw
a revolver. The otner two escaped.
The Injured man was shot In the left
American Force to Take Possession of
' 'Acre. ,
NEW YORK. Oct 23.-A sensational
dispatch has been received from Para,
cables the Rio Janeiro correspondent '
of the Herald, announcing that "a
commission representing the Anglo
American syndicate has left New
York and Is accompanied by a detach
ment of the United States army."
The purpose of the m'JUary force,
says the dispatch, is to take possession
of the leased Acre territory.
IRISH LEAGUERS DISPERSE.
NEW YORK, Oct. 23. John Red
mond and his party have arrived here
from Boston. Members of the Irish
league of this city met them and acted
as an escort to their hotel, where a
reception was held. Mr. Redmond will
be the chief speaker at Carnegie hall
Sunday. He will address a meeting on
Monday evening and will return to
London on Wednesday next The oth
er envoys will remain here for some
time and will visit Canada.
WHAT A DIFFERENCE!
Tivelve Cree Indians Only Are Afflicted
WASHINGTON, Oct. ?3. Agent
Monteath of Blaekfoof, Mont., re
ports that about a dozen Cree Indians
among whom smallpox was prevalent,
had crossed the line from Canada to
the Blackfoot reservation. , .
They were placed In quarantine. No
further danger Is apprehended.
CIRCUS CELEBRITY DIES.
NEW YORK, Oct. 23.-Mrs. William
Donovan, 37 years old, who traveled
with a circus as "The Bearded Lady,"
Is dead at her home In Brooklyn. She
was born In Virginia and. visited every
civilized country In the world.
THE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE
BUTTE, Oct. 23.-A mass of dirt In
the Parrot mine. welKhtnff 14 or 15
tons, broke away from the timbers'.
Tom Davis was killed and Mike Kelly
MISSIONARY CONVENTION ENDS,
NEW LONDON, Conn., Oct, 23-The
convention of the American Mission
ary association came to an end tonight
President Washington Gladden of Ohio
trator of the island for the purpose ' was re-elected.
TOO SHREWD FOR THEM.
Handles Question of Moment to Suit
NEW YORK, Oct 23. Pemier Bal
four's superior finesse Is revealed In
every rresn bout witn sir Henry
ampbell-Bannermnn, over the ap
pointment of a day for the discussion
of Irish nnances ana tne moving or a
vote of censure, declares the London
correspondent of the Tribune. Lord
Rosebery, standing outside the taber
nacle, no longer worships the home
rule gods. It Is believed Mr, Balfour
wishes to Identify Sir Henry with the
fortunes of the Irish party and there
by widen the breach between the lib
NEW AND NOVEL LIFE-SAVER.
Aluminum Globe Proves Successful In
a European Test
NEW YORK, Oct 23. -A demonstra
tion of the efficiency of a novel life
saving Invention took place In the
English channel, cables the London
correspondent of the Herald. About
four miles off Folkstone a tug fight-
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