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Hot Love Letters Read
' lluffi.lo, March 211 Tho Hurdlek in
rjtiosl today wns crowded with million
nblu womuii. Mm. IturUfclc n dm I tied
nicullim I'urincll. Tho tllntrlct attorney
rend lutloni (rum Pennell to hor. Ono
paid: "You nrofo milch mlno, end 1 to
inttcli yours Hint I must luke you toiuo
tlmr, my darling." Tho wllnuen cower
ed, nnd her replies worn nlinost inniidi
bio. MRS MAYBRICK 'i
TO BE RELEASED
FROM ENGLISH PRISON
' Iiiidon Murih 2:1. Tio Homo oflire
announces tlmt Mr. Mnybrick, tint
American woiiuin who It eorvlng rt life
rcnlonco (or polomlng her husband nt
Liverpool In 18611 will bo ret (reoiu l'JOJ,
TO RESIST LA YS
Hilda I'olh, March 23-A meeting ol
Hoclnllhta was holJ todaj. Twenty thou
laud moii, each wearing n red carnation,
worn In line, nnd aworn to rceiet tho
government military bill nnd tho prog
rota ol clorlcAtlim.
PRESIDENT DIES IN
Mexico Oily, Mnrch SI fSeusral Car
los l'zuts, (ormer president o( Salvador,
died nt MruiUlnn Sunday. l!o was ro
cently leduced tonbrolutownut, nnd wah
burled nt government uxponuu.
Ho woo tho mobt progressiva prcM
deiit tho n public over had, nnd Intro-
riticotl ritllroads, telegraph nnd telephone.
Ilia ago wno ll(ty.
i married life im;citcrnllv
iiitulu on nn emiol footlm-
of llcnltll ill mini mill u-lfi
lv!rt Nut how noon, in nmiiv
Wop cases, tho wife Ioks the
Mart anil fades in face nnd
fnilH in flesh, while her
husband grown even more
ruuged and robust.
There is one chief cause
for this wifely failure nnd
that in, the failure of the
womanly heulth. When
there Is irrcgulnt Ity or an
unhealthy drain, inllaiu
illation,' nice rat ion or
female weakness, the gen
eral heulth iu toon im
paired. Dr. " Tierce's Ifavoritc
Prescription cures woman,
lv disent.es. It establishes
rcculanty, dries unhealthy drains, heals
tiillaiuuiatictr and ulceration and cures
female weakness. It makes weak women
otronjr nnd sick women well.
" ' t little over u year ni;o I wrote to vou for
nilvirvl"Niy-i.Miit, Jlllinbelli J. I'Uhcr, uf Dlnnn,
W. Va. ''voh ml.ln.it iiiu io line J)r. I'lercc'n
t'uvotilc I'TMcrltitum nail 'Colilcn Mi-illctil I)U.
dowry,' wlilcli 1 ilul mid with the ntokt happy
remit. I. wnn iKiiililul with fciniilr umknim
nuil lirnriiiK-ilown imlim, Had n very had mill
ncnrlvnll tVw tlmt
my left fide, nt-nouMieitu
mid firnil.ichc. W.-ih so weak I could htirdly
vmlk nero-M mv room. Conlil not nil tm milv
just a lltlut while nt a Hum. My hiulund ut
me some of Dr. 1'lcrtc'K mctllclue uiitl I honnii
tin iuc. Ilcforc I had taken two bottle 1 wan
able (a help tin my work. I iim.i1 three battles
in nil nnd it cured me, Kof I do nil my house
v.irl:. It l the best medicine I cvt-r u-ed."
The Common Senses JIedical Adviser,
In )it coveni, is scut'iVf on receipt of
31 onc-ecnt stauins to nay cxtieusq of
jnalliiiL only. Address Dr, K, V, lUerce.
UuffoJo, N. Y.
Vu - ''ttUWJ
Trtcomn, March 2D Tho (street enr
slrlkn conlluuun. A fuw cars nro oper
ated by non-union employees, Tho coin
puny linn refuted lo rccognlti tlio union,
or to dlrctinrito tho non-union men, nnd
linn i;ivoii tlio employees until this otter
noon nt o'clock to return to york.
W.uhlnclon, March 23 It la ecmi
officially nnnotiiifcd that Hoosovolt hnn
under confident ion tlio nppoiument of
1. .1. Clnrl:. o( Cednr Itoplds, as nstlit
nut iccrctary o( tho nepartiriunt of Com
merce. Clnikn ponltiou nn hctul ol tho
ltnllway Conductors nnd his notably
Kood work nnn mumbor of tho Anthra
cite Commliftlon mnkca" his eelcctinn
id mo-', cuitain.
Mcmphie, March 21 Thu river iu bo
Klnnlii to full nnd tho dancer Una In
now between hero nnd Virkiburg where
thu etraiu will Inst two dya loncer.
Memphis, Mnrch 21 Four commercial
traveller- and two Negro bontrncn were
drownt'd this morning while tryint: to
reach Mound City, Aikaner.B. The boat
became entangled iu n .wiru fenco and
Kalom, March 21 Governor Chamber
lain 1ms granted n pnrdpn to (icorge
Pavld YouiiCi ol Joscphlno county, serv
'A two years lot utterinu a forgod note,
upon recommondatlou ot tho prison
phyelclan, thu younn man being in poor
a riKiiWiiu- niniinp. "" r
On ono oci'sihIoii Iltrihu) Selwyu was
j;oliitf ilown tho rlvor Wnlknto with n
Mnoil when tho hitter, who wnn very
hizy, left oir patldlliif, tho canoe, nt the
hiuiio tlmo nuittPi-lnj; tlmt If Sehvyn
were not u bishop ho would well, "kc
for him." In a moment tho bishop told
the mini to turn tho cnuoo iiHhorc,
when', HtrlpphiK hlmsolf of everything
oplseopiil, ho iinld, pointing to hi
robes, otc: "Tho bishop Ilea thcro; the
limn Ih heiv. I nin qulto rauly; roiuo ,
on." Tlio Mnori did not 'Voino on,"
however, but ipiletly ivruuumI hla wovlf
without miothei uiurnuif. London Tit
Ulto. ,. .
Ilio lMto TIilnitM."'
"It's often tho llttlo unliPiinl ofthlngs
Hint nro ninlcliiB tho Krent reductions
in niiinufnetiuliiK eostH," wild u patent
liiwycr recently. "Only thin luoruliifi
n uiiuiufueturer, n workman unil I set
tied tho mutter of two llttlo wheel;
Hint tho workman had Invented for in
mitoniohllo machine ho had worked
over lu hlri employers shop. No oik
will over hoar of It, but tliQ llttlo -con
irlvnnco will hiivo tho mnnufucturol
1etwoen $ ll),000 niitl $.10,000 ii year,
And tho' woi'kliiKmiin won't linvo t.c
inliul tho' lauclHno olthor., WorltlV
AVm-lf. .. .,
Awarded By Anthracite
MORE PAY AND LESS HOURS
RECOMMENDED FOR MINERS
Operators Inferentially Condemned Coal
Roads Presidents Displeased With Re
port Mitchell Well Pleased
Wnthinfclon, 3Iarch 21 Tho report of
tho nthrnelto Commlasion, which wne
made public this morning provides for
nn increase of IO per cent in tho wagca
nl coulrnct minere, nnd n reduction to 8
hours for other mlno workera.
HoIatiriK cni;iueerH Trill work 8 hour
thUto, with 10 per cent incrcaao In
Ollmr eneinccro nnd pumpmon will
got 0 per cent Incrcnso in wogoa and H
hour (drifts. '
Other miners will bo paid the eamo
wagca on a 9 hour day that they have
been receiving for 10 hours ccrvice.
A Hoard of Conciliation ia provided to
'rettlo disputes, no Mrikrf or lockout to
tnko place whito adjudication is pending.
A tdiding cento ol wng.ss la provided,
whereby the minora may increaio4'tholr
carninRS according to'an Increaeb'id tho
market prlco of coal, tho rates provided
being in all caica tho minimum.
Tliceo awards ehnll continuo in forco
until March 31, 1000.
Assaults Woman 'in
She Jumps Through
Ecntlle, Mflich 21 Mrs. Corft Turner
of Portland, wne assaulted by n colored
portor in a Pullman car nt tho railroad
yards this morning. She was on hor
way to Bpokano from Portland.
Tho NoRro cut her with a knifo to in
tlmidato her. Crazed with pain and
fear, tho woman leaped through a plato
glaqa Yrlndow of tho enr, and hor scroame
brought nseistanro from mou in tho
yards. Tho portor was arrested and
gavo tho nnuie of 0. W. Kobinson. Tho
woman was held as a wltnees against
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Tho report condemns tho boycot end
blacklists; alto employing Deputies or
Coal and Iron police. '
Tho arbitrator could not ecc way to
rocommond compulsory arbitration, but
belieyo tho etnto and federal gororn
ment should provido machinery for
compulsory Investigation of con trove r
tioa. Tho roport inferentially condemns tho'
operators for not agreeing to arbitra
tion when they first decided that they
could make no concessions.
Now York, March 21 Presidents of
tho coal tarrying railroads declino dis
cussion of tho findings of the Anthracite
Commission, but they appear displeated.
Do'trolt, March 21 resident Mit
chell declined to discuss tho findings of
tho Anthracite Commieeion until ho has
gono over them thoroughly, but his
manner indicated thai ho was highly
Mrs Burdick's Rela
tions with Pennell
Buffalo, Mnrch 21 Mrp, Burdick was
on tho Btnnd all day. Hor testimony
woo nil concerning hor rolntions with
Sho Bald they loved each other. Ton
uoll vrroto effectionato lettors, nnd they
kissed onco. Bho mot Pennell nt, Now
York, andijiagarln eeveral limes.
Tholr rolations wofo piopor nnd in
nocent. Thoy expected that each would
got n dlvorco and then they would
fiho said emphatically that ehe know
nothing of the murder. Sho did not
know If either of tho Pounells visited
tho houso tho night ol tho murder.
llatl Proved It."
"A great donl may bo snkl on thc-guii
Ject," Bitld lio pi-ollx porsou.
nl,hnt,",Biild tho woitvy, auditor, "U
tho ono point on which you lmvo con
vinced 'ukV-Washington Star. , .
Washington, Mnrch 10. Secretary
Hoot today dirmind tho chargcu rr.ndt
by Mrjor Itathbum agalnfit fjonerxl
Wood, declaring that thuy were Without
foundation. Tho Secretary s'nlcs that
Ooncrnl Wooi's actions rclnlIvo to ,thc
post odlce cases in Cuba was taken. wild
the knowledge and approval of the de
Momphls, March 23 Tho river ii
slowly falling. The only breaks report
ed today are near VJcksburg, where tev-
erol thousand acres wero flooded, and
nnny houses wore washed nway, Tho
worst Io over, ,
Meridan, Connecticut, March 21
Francis Atwator, a member of the ex
ecutive committeo ol the American Red
Cross Society, denied emphatically, this
afternoon, tho Washington report of
Clara Barton's removal.
Manila, JIarch 21 Tho Amer.'can
troops havo recaptured S.uringo, on
Minanao, which was takon ly tho La
dropes on Saturday. Tho outlaws did
not harm the American officials or for
eigners. Too Ladronoa fled without
"Women In IIojV Shocn.
"You would hardly believe it," said a
fntJlilounblc shoo clerk yesterdny, "bul
tho Kwellest ot our woyieu eustoinei-?
aro now liivriablyj.nskliiR ua for boyS'
phoes. The masculine styles of v.'onien's
shoes no longer satisfy them. They
must have a shoe made exactly liko a
nittn's, nnd so -wo sell twice as innnj
boys'' shoes ns formerly mid propor
tionately teapot women's. What Is tin
reason? Well,' really, I cannot say, ex
cepting that'lt is n fad. As a matter ol
fact, 1 know that tho boys' shoos arc
not really us comfortable, for they can
not bo got to tit as perfectly as those
designed for women's feet, mid more
than ono of my fair customers com
plain of blisters tuid calloused feet.
but ctlll they want the boys' shoes and
insist upon tho strap being left on lu
tho back." Philadelphia. Record.
After nenrly a scoro ot bftulenta of
Cornell university had died of typhoid
fover It was discovered that thero wero
several pigsties adjacent to tho I time:;
water supply, which is regarded ns the
primary causo of tho xscourge. It Is
strango how frequently It takes an epi
demic to point out to oven tho most lu
telllgeut communities their neglect of
tho simplest rules of health. And y
Corncll university 1ms a department
for teaching sanitary science in tho
abstract. A llttlo more coucreto appli
cation of professed knowledge of sani
tation would undoubtedly havo saved
rnnnv lives. ., , . ..
It is understood that Iludyard Kip
ling 1b going to South America for an
other indefinite stay. This would seem
to effectually set at vest tho rumor to
tho 'effect that ho Intended to lecturo
through Germany on tho "Goth and
tho Shamoless IIuu." wf .
Fined Five Hundred
Louisville, March 23. Former Reve
nue Collector Sapp, Chief Daputy Par
rons nnd Put O'Hegon, a heal Republi
can boss, this morning plcndrd guilty
in tho federal court to nssensing federal
employes for political pnrporos. They
wore fined five hundred dollars each.
Eapp'a enforced Tctdcment vhen
Roosevelt beenmo prctident created a
political sensation. The gang is onid to
have collected forty thousand dollars.
ON PRESIDENT'S REQUEST
Washington, March 23 A dispatch
from Romo indicates that a red hat can
come to Arcb-Binhop Ireland only at
President Rootcvelts request and it is
regarded as extremely unlikely that the
President will make tho suggestion, ae
he has pronounced views against inter
ference in church matters.
YCLCANO AGAIN IN
Kingston, Jamaica, March .22 La
Souiriore is still in violent eruption.
Heavy clouds obscure tho euu, and dark
sand is falling.
Bardwell, Ky., March 21 Rolbera
dynamited the Safety Deposit bank this
morning, securing fivo thousand dollars.
Tho charge was so etrong that it de
stroyed twenty-flvo hundred dollars in
Injunction Isn't so
Funny this -Way
Directed Against Coal
, , - -1- t-t
, Chicago, March 21-Unlted Statea
dUtrict court'this morning issued an in
junction against 11 companies and 10 in
dividuals composing tho alleged Chicago
coal combine, forbidding them from
continuing tho contracts fixing tho price
of coal, on the ground that it is n viola
tion cf tho Sherman anti-trust law. ,
Dispatches from "Washington Bay that
a notably Btrnug lobby has been there
endeavoring to induenco Attorney Gen
oral Knox to prevent the Issuance- of the
injunction but has &b'.olutely'fnlled,