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bout Their Attitude at that
lime Regarding this Coun-
CRAZY FROM STRAIN.
RISES TO EXPLAIN.
Pauncefote Acted on Own Inl
tive When He Called the Meet-
Edon, Feb. 14. xne pariiament-
kecretary of foreign affairs in-
the liouse of commons this
tnoon mat j-aunceiote actea
as the dean of the diplomatic
In Washington in summoning
meeting on April 14, 1898; that
Id so at the Instigation of the
dlDlomatists; that he acted in
proceedings entirely on his own
ktlve, forwarded the notes as a
fer of routine, and was Instructed
Irn to take absolutely no notice
DOUBLE HANGING IN
Will Mathis and Orlando Lester, Mur-'
derers, Swing Today, !
Oxford, Miss., Feb. 14. Since ear-'
1' mornlnc crowdR hm i
i"e Montgomery murderers,
which is scheduled to take place im
mediately after noon todnv. Tho n.
thorlties have completed arrange-'
ments for a public execution on tho
outskirts of the city and tho indica-1
tions are that the tragedy will be wit-, RACING PEDESTRIANS
nesses bv at least, in nan anin 1
was to have been a triple execution, '
but the appeal made to the sunrnmo !
court by Whit Owens saved him from I '
thThS(!lllp0rTm f? thG ln $?,n ' Participants Act Like Madmen
Ihe crime for which Mathis and
Lester pay the death nennltv wns nnn Attack Their Trainers.
of the most terrible ever committed ' Xcv York, Fob. 14. The great
in Lafayette county. On the after-, strain is beginning to tell on tho par
noon of November 1C, 1901, Hugh tlcipants In the six-day walk and
Montgomery, United States deputy ! many of the pedestrians are acting
marshal, and John A. Montgomery. 111:e mai1 nicn- Hegolman, one of the
special deputy, left this place with i leaders, made a savage attack on his
a warrant for Will Mathis on a ' trainer this morning. He struck him'
charge of circulating counterfeit j over the head with a bottle. Ho was
money. The officers arrived at his ' subdued by means of opiates. Guerro
house a little before sun down and ! Eoes around the track shaking his fist
louna Mathis and Lester, a negro,
engaged in killing hogs. As it was
late Mathis persuaded the officers to
remain all night with him and said
he would return with them to Oxford
in the morning, The following morn-;
ing Mathis' house was discovered i
on fire and when the neighbors In
vestigated they found two charred
and blackened trunks In the ruins.
The negro, Lester, Whit Owens, Ma
this' father-in-law. George Jackson,
a friend were placed under arrest
and brought to Oxford. With the aid
of bloodhounds a posse trailed Ma
this to the home of Bill Jackson,
a friend, and after further search
IS THIS SPMT?:iFUL CMIT!
SPOKE IN KANSAS
In the Far East-Community
TOWN OF 22,000 PEOPLE
DESTROYED BY QUAKE.
Schcmakha, in Asia, Suffers Wiping
Out by a Cataclysm.
St. Petersburg. Feb. 14.--Tho town
of Schomakha, In Transenuc. Asia,
has boon destroyed h an earthquake.
No details nro yot available. Tho
town had 21I.000 inhabitants.
HAS AN ACCIDENT.
I at lmnirlnnrv pnnmtns Unrcf lirntS.
ers were carried to their cots this
morning, lighting and shouting.
The Two Are to Fight for 60 and
New York, Feb. 14. Hob Fitzslm
mons today accepted Jeffries' terms
for a fight. He is to meet his son and
sign the articles. The winner is to
get CO per cent, the loses 40. Fitzsim
mons gets all the picture privileges.
Dirgible Balloon Collapsed
Was Over the Sea.
Monte Carlo. Feb. 14.- Santos Du
tnont almost lost his life again when
his airship collapsed while sailing
over the bay. Tho Inventor was pre
cipitated Into the water, but was ros
cued when almost drowned, by a life
boat from Prince Monneoa yacht.
Tho airship fell In n vertical position
and threatened every momont to pro-
rvnight oi Reciprocity Ente
and Entertained bv Cummins.
Kansas, City. Mo . Fob 1 1 TU i ,,.
was n ml lur day fr th rvpuhlt-1
wins of MUftonrt In gn i ml nfU. , lt
mIST'.0!? !"- v ; l ravels tho Rom wny lowarfe
Midland llotrl thu nrnl.M eM. - J
nrvme JHdKi Scott pro.ld1 ovr ah! r n
I enthualxtlr irowtlnx t iho rll II KnRftvni'V.
lodse of th. Knights of IVrlpt irU v. ' J
one o uwi tnmt"t republican parly !
organisation that Missouri Us vor '
known. Tin, tmrpoto of thr mtluK.
as broujrnl forth In th ohhIkk ad- "OMnBKPUt. AND BRIGHT"
droeses, is to strengthen tho oneanliin
tlon and make otlmr nwwwwiry nr., ME8SAQE FROM QROTOJC
rnuKomonl In anticipation of th ' , ,
coining eannwlKuii. l'errunu, n or-.
i gnnlsntlon Is to W oftwtwd ml rnm- President Arrive In Wjrtatti
'active work In ovotv ronntv of ih f,f
stale. , Well.
Tli.. l.rt. ....... I 1. ..I. 1.1.
uu t.im(iii'i iu tin iivii nun VTnvt
Ing under thi (tuspl"o of the Ahmm'U
tlon of Young Republicans, promises
to bo a fitting climax to tho Rntlmr
Ing of today. Prominent speaker
from xevornl states are to bo hoard,
tho list being headed by Governor
Cummins of low a
Ready for D. A. R. Meeting.
Washington, Feb. 14. AdvicoH re
ceived by tho local arrangements
conimltloo Indicate that the Continen
tal Congress of tho Daughters of the
American Revolution, to bo hold In
this city during tho coming week will
bo the largest nnd most represents
tive gathering In tho hlHtory of tho ho"
OVER PAST ISSUES.
Made on Pauncefote by Repre-
Kntatives of Other Powers,
ishlngton, Feb. 14. A story is
; the rounds to the effect that
may as s retaliation against
liny, cause uie publication oi
off famous Pauncefote note,
pg to light official documents
low that Germany tried to bring
concerted action soon after the
of Manila to prevent the
ii States from retaining the Phil
ips, mere is also tanc oi con-
b on the part of the represeh-
of other powers to force
lecfote out from his position as
lead of the diplomatic corps.
their man was finally located and cap
tured. The succeeding trial attract
ed the attention of the entire state.
Lester made a confession implicating
all those under arrest excepting Mrs.
. Mathis. This trial resulted in Les
ter, Owens and Mathis being sentenc
ed to death, while Bill Jackson was
sentenced to life imprisonment and
Ills brother, George Jackson was sen
tenced to two years in the peniten
tiary for the aiding of Mathis ii escape.
Armstrong vs. Parker.
Denver, Colo., Feb. 14. "Kid" Par
ker and Hilly Armstrong of San Fran
cisco have finished their training nnd
are ready for their ten-round con
test which is to come off tonight un
der the auspices of the Deuver Ath
letic club. It will be Parker's lirst
cleti. DolenatOH ronreHontlni: the 35.
cipitate Dumont from a great holgth. ooo members of tho organisation will
but it rtglited and plunged Into the j be present from every stale and tor
water. rltory of the Union The l ongress
win no called to order .Monday morn
ing by the president general, Mrs.
Charles W, Fairbanks, of Indiana.
Tho reception, which has usually hu
hold nt tho Corcoran Gallery of Art,
will take place this year at the Na
tional Museum, the tlrat ommiIiir of
NEW YORK MARKET.
Reported by I. L. Ray &. Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers.
New York, Feb. 14 There was
scarcely anything doing in wheat to-
iliiv f.nl.li.c linllii' imf-tini!i,'il tltlil
ring appearance since Ills return from I K1 .,.,,.. t, .,., iR HbIh. There
NO TRIAL BY JURY
tile east, wiiere his ueleats caused a
slump in his pugilistic stock, which
at one time gave promise of rising
to top-notch figures. His many ad
mirers in Denver have not lost con-
fidence in him and are contain that
he will win the decision and the long ,
; end of the purse in tonight's engage- j
bttonal Speech That Attacked
tretary of State and British Am-
Islington, Feb. 14. Wheeler,
ptucky, made a sensational
i in the house today, during the
i of which he demanded the re-
hi of Secretury Hay, the recall
rltlsh Ambassador Pauncefote,
criticized tho government's
e in relation to the coming visit
We Henry. Wheeler gained
sous consent to speak IB min-
i England's attitude previous
Spanish war. He began by
Ming Hay's retirement, declar-
he is the man responsible
i republic's abandonment of her
from the political wrangles
pope. He referred to the visit
ice Henry, and deplored the
We are snendintr thousands
Bars to see a Dutchman take
' of a little ship. Referring to
(. wheeler said he ought to
Med to take the first ship for
Governor Taft Will Undergo Another
Operation Before Returning to the
Washington, Feb. 14. Governor
Taft, who resumed testimony before
the senate Philippines committee to
day, stated that he has decided to
undergo another operation for the
trouble that caused him to be oper
ated on in the Philippines. He was
advised that it might be fatal to re
turn to the Philippines unies she un
derwent a second operation. He told
the committee this morning there are
no trials by jury in the Philippines,
because the natives are too ignorant
to sit on a jury. He didn't think it
would be safe to organize a native
regiment under native officers.
is a good milling demand everywhere
In this country, which tends to hold
prices steady while awaiting reports
from winter wlient sections. Now
York opened SlVift'n and cloned 81
Closed yesterdny, 84.
Opened today, 84'4 $
Range today. 83jt,$4!St.
Closed today, S4.
Steel. 44 M,.
St. Paul. W.
Union Pacillo, 103V
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Francisco. Feb. 11. Whaat
llnifJ'llO'K,. Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago. Feb 14. -Wheat 78
Women to Meet In New Orleans.
Washington. Fob. II -Thi Wo
man Suffrage Association Ibis morn
ing decided to hold Its next conven
tion In Now Orleans. In Mnrrh. 1001,
Groton. Mow.. Fh It, -You
NiHMvlt piMwi a yry cawtortaH
ulht and was bright imJ fhufU
Teddy, Jr.. WnU Hi Sliter,
tlrotoM. MitM.. Pub. U Nootw
Hollvtin nt thU hour initonoco ttuk'
tit boy Im kwIIhk cttratortitblr mM
tlmt hl condition cmuluu to (hi u
countglng. The youngnlur U UmMmt
forward with much pt,xtur to the
visit of hit sltr Alc Tho spoctdt
telegraph w(ri put up lor th hur6!
of th irAldont frtitu hero to Wsjfr
liiKton remains lutitrt ittul tho ppntf
iiiuii Ik promptly notified of J
'hfoifteft In th box's condition
President Hoehei Washington.
Washington Koti. 11 - l'raldcs
HnottWolt iirrlvtsl from Groton thfc
imirutHK There whm no demntistT
tlon. lit pnwiit Immediate!
th.- Vhll llouw
Members llsoilMrried Uash Othtw
With Various Missiles.
V leans F'l 1 1 A .w urrurteA
In the K'Uhsrslh b,-(,'. ii JbwUU llb
orsls sntl niUiiult It fcutml g
hour, dHiini which th combatantr
butnbrttNl wch iHUr with sttcti ml
all wern Uundy.
Another Collision Adds to the List of
Victims of Railroad Accidents.
Altoona, Pa., Fob. 14. Three train
men were killed and five injured in
a rear-end collision this morning on
the Pennsylvania railroad two miles
west from here. The deau are:
ductor A. S. Grove
Westnor and Brakeman
Whist Players in Tourney. j
Syracuse. N. Y.. Feb. 1 . Kepre-j
sentatives of the various clubs afUliaC
ed with the New York State Whist I
Association, gathered in Syraciibe to
day and began tholr annual tourna
ment for the championship and other
trophies belonging to tho association.
Rochester, Buffalo, New York and
other cities of the state are wol' rep
resented and the tourunmeiii, which
lasts two days, gives promise of be
ing the most successful yet held by
Handler and Walcott to Meet.
Philadelphia, Feb. 14. There prom
ises to he a lively contest in the arena
of the Industrial Athletic Club to
night when Jimmy Handler, the New-1 tlves, chosen nftr a series of prullin
ark welterweight, and Joe Walcott, i inary contests, nre II. L. Itothehlld
come together. The distance is to be r. M. Allen and L. U. Martin. Stan
the regulation six rounds, and tho ford has chosen as Its representatives
weight "catch." The two fighters, j F. D. Wagnor, K. W. Hlco arid N. C.
each with a lull appreciation of the i Jones. The subject for debate Is:
"Hesolvod. that tho President or the
French Republic should he rlected by
a dlio t vote of tho people."
Ready for Forensic Battle.
Berkeley. Cnl., Feb. 14. The annu
al Carnot modal debate between Stan
ford and the University of California,
which takes place this evening In
Hearst Hall, has attracted wldo atten
tion and tho result is awaltod with
keen Interest. California's represent!!-
strength of his opponent, have train
ed faithfully for the contost and ap
pear In good condition.
Championship Title the Prize.
Oakland. Cal.. Fob. 14. The wol-
he dead are: Con-, terweight of the Pacific coast is the
, Brakeman W. B, ,)rli!e for wjll(.h Al Nelll nnd "Dutch"
leman F. W. Coo- Tnurston art. to battle twenty-flve
RUSSIA AND CHINA
SIGNED A TREATY.
An Alliance Formed Between the
Powers to Complicate Eastern
the aggressive type and if condition
and past performances count for any
thing the contest should be a lively
one from the time the men enter the
Notable Art Sale.
York. Feb. 14. One
Now York. Feb. 14. One of tho
most notable art sales Now York has
seen for some time takes place In
MkikIoIkkoIiii ball tonlutlt. The col-
the Reliance Athletic , i(1(.t0 to i)e (imposed of Is that of 15.
Both lighters are of,i.v Miillken. The collection contains
only twenty-six works, but many of
them are of great value. Titian and
Degas. Millet and William M. Chase,
Puvis do Chevnnnes and Adolpho
Monticello are among those who fig
ure In It.
Bla Flour Combine'6 End
New York, Feb. 14. At Jersey City
of Parker's Appointment
Up the Hawaiian Capital.
lolulu, Feb. 7., via San Francis-
l H. News of Parker's alleg-
wtment as governor has caus
l excitement. Dole partisans
s and will fieht his romov-
fge It. Carter, said to be slat-
ecretary, has been summoned
Paris, Peo. h.-a i. tn,inv th M1 taken ulace of the vnBt
missia and Property and interest of the United
comnany. the corpora-
tlon which a few years ago bought
. . nn nnri nrunnized a combine of the
PLAcut " t- -
Ui XZtXV III Uttil l4Jw
message says a treaty
been signed between
and milling Inter
RAGES IN INDIA. osts ln Buffalo, together with the
Deaths Occur In Lapore
I10 Be True That Miss Stone's
S Feb. 14. A Constantinople
says tho ransom of Miss
'4 Mme. Tslllta Is renorted to
Pranclsco Paper Sold.
. A. viu, -x. XUU ---- "
y WAR nnU 1.... TIV.n
J syndicate of capItaltBta.
r'ett is to be editor. He
plague has this district
ii. ..ncr, Hm HiRease E
t ,.i,tfiil 'ranldltv. A thousand deaths
THE SULTAN'S LIFE.
flour m ils rand mill property all along ! who appeared before the re
I h. rrrnf I nkM n MlnDoainllt Syr-i and expressed their opinions
. ! acuse'nd iSSkl. 'rhoperty is Ing the project was GeneraM
For New National Military Park.
Washington. Fob. 14. Tho housu '
military committee today gave a hoari
ing to a bill of Representative Hay
of Virginia to establish a national 1
military park on the battlefield of i
Fredericksburg. Va. Among those
s With Frightful Rapid ty. j f" and lirooKi Commander In chief
"2!iW' TLVL'Ton " K Uf Iho Grand Army of the Republic.
nlamm IDS tlllS QlSiriUl tuuinciui; t ZZ . . : . ti ifllllnr, .Amimnl'
i""b"" ,i jicooso Rnrpadlnc with united states rioui lunuub """:"'
its grasp. the disease spread ng wiiu company of this
city, in May. 18Uy. to secure me ib
sue of bonds aggregating $15 000.000.
of which there have actually been Is
sued and are now outstanding ?7.-504,000
ChicaEo's 1500 "hollo" girls will
i.n n thine nt the nast. The re-
To Discuss Cnan'.et
San Francisco. Feb. H- Tho Btate
conference of charities and correc
tions, which began here today, Is the
largest gathering of Its kind ever hold
en tho Pacific Const. Ths program,
covering three days, provides for dls
ciini r.s of all phases of charitable,
t'le'lct and corrc ' ra? w -
Scheme Was In Palace of Abdul Ha
. ffar re . Th.. are few horses over 17 hands
lTnVZ discovered In Abdul
" ' . kee. His ald-de-camp.
Osman Pasha, and another
Hirnllrlmn In wh ch tue -neuo k'
has held him Is that he has now per
fected a machine that will take her
high, but there Is one in uonipnon
county, Kansas, which measures 20
hands and welgha 2, 412 pound. Tho
owner Ib a fanner named Stout
In Use the most Economical
Greater in leavening strength, a
spoonful raises more dough, or goes j
Working uniformly and perfectly,
it makes the bread and cake always
light and beautiful, and there is never
a waste of good flour, sugar, butter
With finer food and a saving of
money comes the saving of the health
of the family, and that is the greatest
economy of all.
pbice baking powptyn 00.,
MoTs-Minmltur. mlr U WMWIKKi MJ1
uiwdtff, ire Ufo th nuilrt hJf nt
toM ch), but tt dear at imfjmlk