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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1901, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               JU1Y' 1, tWciity-Elghth Year. Bargains i Boys' Mraw We have placed on sale to-day a lot of Straw Hats, sold by everybody at 750 and sec. We bought them at bargain and will sell :at i bargain. -iiee them in front of our store. PAYMILLIOE ENOnjiOUS SBTrUaiEXI OF 1OTJJJ- ASD DIVIDENDS IN' COUNTRY TO-DAY. END OF FISCAL YEAR. NJiVEK IN' 1JIS10I1Y WAS A NATION1 HADE SUCH .ADVANCEMENT. THE VESSELS BUILT. The Alaska White Eriam- elsd 'Lined! on Metal Refrigerators. All kinds and sizes. Oon't fail to see them at j. flSH's SOLE AGENTS. RELIABLE STOVE HOUSE DtvBulson OFFICE AHO RE6IOE.NCE.. 55 WAYNE FT.WAYNE. KACTICE LIMITED TO DISEASES OF EAR 'CLASSES ADJUSTED. MOSEY. .DO YOU WAST MONEY? Jf so. call ..on us. We can get JiONEY you money on furniture, pi- anoSj horses, wagons, carriages, MONEY etc., and leave the property in your possession. Payments ar- Y ranged on tlic mouthly install- mcnt plan, or.lo suit your con- .venicncc. All business confi- dential. Ft. Wiiync Jfortgage MOXEYT Loan Co., Opposite Court House, Second 44 Cal- houn St., over Mergentherm's Store. DR. R. P. WHITE, Eye, Ear, Nose Throat Surgeon CLASSES Office, White Bank Block ADJUSTED. Rooms 3 and "Office to 12; to 4. (Other hours hy Home Ofiicej 574 South. SUMMER STYLES in neckwear this season are in greater variety .than ever before, and all the la- lest styles for oorreel dress are shown at our store. Collars in all the iirw that .give ihe perfection ot com- s well as of style, Ties in all the newest styles anil colors in strings boM8, ieeks, reversible derby, four-in-hands j nlso. Our 2 Collar beats Lny Ific collar Sold in tho city. THE HATTER thoun and Berry. UNITED STATES 1IAS CONSTRUCTED U73 VEbSBLSr-XJaVS FROJI THE CAl'lTAL. NEW YORK, July has been esti- mated that the combined interest ami dividend payments to bo made to-day in this city will amount lo from 000 to the largest oil racurd for any July ist. What the p'uymcnU outside of the city will be it has been im- possible to estimate. One year ago thu iiilcre.st and UivHendi payment In and that was n gain of over July. 1SDO. The heavy payments to-day evidence the largest, growth in Minmorcinl. prosperity in tho history of commerce. "MANY VESSELS CONSTRUCTED. .AVASH1NOTON, July United States built 1.173 vessels in the year end ing to-day, anil the. tonnage of the same exceeds that (if anv year since Of so, forty steel stomncrs of size' were built on the lakes and only fifteen on the seaboard. FIiI-Ili JiUHAL MAIL DELIVERY. WASHINGTON, July now sys- tem of free rural mail delivery over all 'star ionics'" in states north of North Carolina and east of Ohio went into ef- fect to-dny. The "star routes'" carry mail to and from postofliccs away from the direct line of a railroad, and arc served hy carriers cither afoot, on horseback, in wagons, or on bicycles, from the nearest railroad station. Tho system has been in operation in South Carolina, and one, or two other states, ami has boon found to work well. There aro now more thn.n those "star routes" in the terri- tory covered by the new order, and the total distance is more than miles. READJUSTMENT OF-SALARIES. WASHINGTON. July postmasters are affect Oil by tho n initial readjustment of salaries made to-day at tho Ictrinning of the fiscal year. Of lliis number 770 receive increased pay mid 229 reduced compensation. The total reduc- tion is and the aggregate increase. making a net. increase of MENX1NGTON CODING HOME. WASHINGTON, .Inly dispatch from Admiral' KempfT to the navy de- partment says that the gunboul Bemiing. ion has detached from the Asiatic squadron and sails to-day for the United States. This is a movement in the gen- eral reduction of the fleet in Asiatfc waters" which lias been going on i-ir some time. INDIAN PUPILS NEGLT5CTED. WASHINGTON, July 1. The national government to-dny censes to have any connection with sectarian schools in the way of providing scholarships for Indian youths, und as a result, i a confronted with the .difficult task of providing adequate accommodations for tbe children hereto, fore taught in the denominational schools. The only school that is supported in groat. part by denominational charity that will continue to receive appropriations from (ho government is Hampton Institute With the abolishment of the school system tho government 'cuts loose from n mimhrr of excellent schools and it believed by those familiar with thfr problem of Indian odnratinn that, it will bo many years before schools of equal standing have boon provided to fa Ike. the places of (bo. sectarian institution0. love, her bettihse he had not.purchased hi-r a dross which she wanted.. Laurer Is a tanner and works for-a small salary lor concern at Chicago avenue and street, .When ho returned to his home aml.fonnd his child wife dead his grief Avas pathetic. Kiiuuliny Ly the girl'i- buily he wept and begged the police to allow him to ilia also. Only after a. struggle with the oflieere was he. restrain-, ed from taking his own life1. At the "Lar- rnbec street- police station he told of his effort? io raise money with whirh to buy his wife tho dress she coveted. BLACK HILLS CELEBRATION. Deiflwobfl-. >B Decked Out in Ciralytl Attire To-day. IX, July 1.- -this city is .'locked out in Us beat bib and tucker for the festivities which begin to-morrow and continue through ilic week in oole- liration of flic qundri-contennial of flip. .Lila.rk Mills country. Hotels and lionnl- intf houses are rapidly filling up visitors anil the crowd promises to lie the largest ever liiituilained in Detidwood. elaborate programme has been ai- for the carnival. Tho various fea- tures inehidc parades, concerts, speeches, bund contests and athletic games, and as n grand finale there will "be a parade and war dance by several hundred Sioux In- dians from ihe Pine Hidge and Hosebiul LATE INDIANA NEWS, .lUIKiF- WOOTl'R lrUX15nAL TO J1E HELD PLANS OF STJIAWBOAKD SENSATIONAL CASK JX'ELK- HAKT COUNTY. HEL1EF. THAT THE CJIINESK WILL BE DECIMATED BY THE AW- FUL SCOUKGK HUNDREDS ARE DYING FATALISTIC" B15L1EJ1-1 I' THJ3XI FKOM TAK1XO. I'JtEC'AUTIOXS. A NEW CHALLENGER BRITISHER WHO. IS .4 SECOND 1- sox WANTS'A SHAKE "OF LXDIANAI'OUS, Ind., July funeral of Judge William A. Woods will take place to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock at the Second Presbyter inn 'church and the services will be conducted jby-Ilev. Joseph .A. ]Ui1himi, who will re turn to Indianapolis for the first time since lit; accepted :i chaige at The remains will bo interred in piii'a'c 'at Ciown Hill cemetery. Jndgo Woods was a member of the Second Presbyterian church for eighteen years, and when Mr. Mil burn became the pastor there lie anl j Judge Woods horninc intimate friends and roniuincd so until the laftor's death, 'the matter nf choosing tho pull-hearers, for Ihr funeral to-morrow morning i.s still in abeyance. It is probable seven foil-, oral 'mines will attend sorvi "Final woid from I bom I morning. They arc Jenkins and Htinn. of Wisconsin; Humphreys, of southern llli-i nnis; Orosscup und uf Chi-, oitgo; Lurton, of Cincinnati, a ml cialiun has named tho following commit- tee to attend the funeral: Judge C. C Kohlf-aat, Henry R. Towlo, Frederick UN- man, TV IV. Sherman. William M. Booth. ash., July stonntcr Kentucky biinj.rj> ihe news that playne is spreading with 'grout rapidity among tbe Chinese at Ainoy, Kwalow, Canton, Hong Kong and Formofji. The general belief exists among the Chinese thai their people will be- de.ciimitLHl by the plague this year, as (boy Jmvo ic- a warning firmi their idols that t'io plnguc will be the third grcnl catastrophe to befall them within three irir.-pl came the drowning and starvation of thousands two years ago, and year the Boxer outbreak and the influx of foi- cign soldiers. This superstition GO prevalent that tho Chinese will iiul lake evtn (he usual sanitary jjiecanlionr- hundreds are dying daily. NIVAL TO CUP CHALLK-NGlvK. UUTl-IESA Y, EIIJT., July Thomas J. Lipton has a rival for tho honor of sending a yacht tu the United. iuj cttnlebi fur the America's triip. Tim British Thomas W. Lawson is Kenni'th "M. Clark, chainiiiin of J. P. (.-outs, Lim- iicd. II r. Clark has a fast lyao'ht, the Kai'iad, and he wants a chance to enter il. in tho big interntional race in place of Ihc Shamrock II. Tn a challenge to Lipton. issued to-day. Claik. while In; dues not in so many words call Sir Thomas' boats tubs.. inliiiititos''thal the Kuriiid could make cither of the iSlfam- rncks look like a Ir K-ng- land is io have a yacht Ibis year that iat flic Constitution, he declares, il must be the Knriad. To-yachtsmen und British the thread chal- lenge i.s'as uramaiicidilly and intensely in diminutive.-hammer altacliec a spring, and beneath it an explosive i which was placed that Ihe spark j fnun it wuiild have ignited the powder There was snllicient powder to kill a per fion standing near had it exploded. Whei 1'arney returned home ho was given tho pai-knge, and that night reported the case to the police here. He also gave the polite, several threatening letters. Tbe I lirsl of these he received February UJ I'ltid to the letter, llnix'h 9 a second Mler wa.s' received. It demanded thai {In; money be sent lo Stanley Wood, and threatened that if it' was rot sthl tho writer would kill Mrs. Bar- Rp'r d.r her daughter and then kill him- Two detectives were employed, but they Ir-.irncd nothing. Two weeks fated a -third letter received by Barney, ThU demanded that, tbe money be placed nenr Oholion Ilills station at the foot n' the wall; to'-iobn Wanamakcrs country place. A bundle was placed in tho di'i-imialed-spot unddetectives hired It, v.-jifch if, but with no mice No more was' thought' of the letters until the box was leceivod by "Miss Laura. The letters were printed hilt the ad- drcpscs were written in a feminine hand, Mhich was disguised by writing back- hand. Barney is a son nf Jay C'ooke, veteran financier, and is himself a prom- inent broker. It is said- that tf-rc iMiikina" similar threats have been sent tu oilier men in the neighborhood. poivro KICAX J5ACJt AT XEW YORK. .OFFJCE1! TO ALLOW HIM July Rcfaolan Jaucr, n Icfidinjr tcnchcr und jmimnlist of Porto Kico. was not permitted to land when ho arrived from Pan Juan ye.sterday. Ho was accompanied by his wife and five children .uid be also brought over tun other chil- dren, ranjiing f loin 9 to -13 years old. member? of prominent Porto lit can fami- lies, bis puiposc being to place thorn in Now York schools fur a year or more. "I am supplied with ample said Senur Jitucr. "J was therefore astonished whtm the immigration officer, without an examination, refused lo allow mo and my iiarty lo land. 1 told him we were not paupers, and produced iftf.'JUO, which .1 offered to. deposit, with him as a guaran- tor of "ooil. faith. Jle refused to lake ihi! money t'r in mukc any WILL J-XPLA1N NEW VOHK, July l.-Gcnernl Maximo LETTER CARRIERS BENEFITTED. Government Returns To-dey to Original Eight Hour System. WASHINOTOX. to-day (he Setter carriei--! the conntiy return to Die original.eight-hour pystoin, whidb piTi'vidc." that ihfty cannnl nork over eight a during ibo six working days of the week, and Hint they receive, mmpenfintion for extra iJmo. The rotnni to the original system is very gratifying io the enrriers, as it docs away with the splitting of the of the wrek into irregular hours as has been the custom in many of the large cities. Polomon IT. Pet boa, Txlwin Walker, Charles II. Aldncli, S. Gregory J. K. Boyescn and Adolpb Moses. TRUST PLAXP. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., July promotion of the box or pasteboard trust that probably will involve Indiana iinns who arc engaged in the industry is in jlhe hands of Dean .Sclubloy, Xcw York attorneys. Tho firm is making an attempt to consolidate the plants in operation in the United States. The cnp- itnliziition be between and The new corporation i.s lo be known as the United Stales Board and Paper company and will.be incorporated iinde.r the laws of New Jersey. It )s the purpose of the promoters to complete the combination by August L It is a pure combination, or rather intended to ln> such. There is no cash fund Veing raised nor will there ho any cash payment to any of the companies or 'concerns. The whole deal, if it. jroes through, will IIP, based on a conversion of the value into preferred stock at 7 per cent and' com- mon stock. MAY ItlS SENSATIONAL. WABASIT, Tud., July Man- Clark has owned many steam yachts. The KJIriad is his fiist bi_n cutter. 11 was built hist year to a Watson design by Ihc IlemU'iHuns for C. Hose, who had Ihe misfortune to lose two soiin in tht? South African war, and the bout was nut launched until purchased this year bv .Mr. Clark. AMERICAN LOOTI-RP TAKKX. PK1ON, July men, claimim? to be Americans, have, been turned over to Major Kobeitson, the commander the United States log.nfion guard hero, by t.'liinepe. froojis, who captured the quinlrt fifty mile" from IVkin. Not- knowing thai tho pbuo was guarded by ChincPO troops Ihe men filled five carts with loot and then "shot up" tho place. The filing brought the Chinese, troops to the scene and the thieves'were quickly capluvc'.l. SHE WAS DENIED A DRESS. Child Wife in Commits on This Account. July her hus- band was unable to buy her a new dress, Mvs. .Mary Lanver, 17 years old, and a brido of only a month, committed suicide at her homo. No. 34 Mohawk street, yes- terday by swallowing carholic acid. Tho girl's marriage had been ninrkod by an altcmiit on the part of her John Huebner, lo prevent it by swearing out n win-milt, for her aircst, Huebner broke in upon tho wedding parly.only a ininut6s after tho ceremony had been per- formed, he then forgave his ilnv.ghlcr and the warrant was dcatroycd. Tlic short wedded life of Laurcr and IHH wns inarUod by numerous quarrels, whirh were due to tho girl's jcalonfiy, and lier trngic act ycfltcrdny.wns proinpt- cd hy. a'belief Uint lier luialinnd 'did )iot Wallers, of IHlchnvt pn.scd to bo of ii ntnu! iity, wa.s .sup- d nn in- jiity'inquest was he'd Tliuisday and she wa.s to be sent to The young woman managed to osi.-npc from' the shei'itrs home, went Ixtfcnc Circuit Karrall and made a .strong appeal. She asserted she wa.s not. insane hut certain persons were desirous of having her com- mitted because she had been liberal hi dispensing her means, .she having some money. The judge was so impressed with her story and the evidences of her sanity that he ordered the writ held up. and unless stronger proof is offered ho will -eet the young woman at liberty. It is hii-tcd there is a dark, unwriHen chap- ter hi'himl the proceedings. ACTRESS IN A PU'.PIT. Mrs. Brown-Potter Gives a Recitation in a London Church. July the conclusion of an imposing ceremonial sen-ice at the Corleson parish church last evening Mrs Brown-Potter, accompanied hy the orgin and choir, impressively recited Pope's "Ode to the. which caused many nf tho congregation-to weep. She then recited Ella Wheeler WHcox's requiem ode to Queen Victoria. The innovation greatly pleased, a majority of the large congregnlion, many of had op- posed it when il was first auggesled, II admitted that the flcrviccs were never morn impressive. Tim vicar, In in- triijucing Brown-PoLler, made- a filiort nddresfl, in wliirli, he said he he- liovod tho a greater moral pOWCl' Ihftll tllO NEW PENSION SYSTEM Arrangctcents of Illinois. Cen- tral for its Employes. CHICAGO, July Tho oi engineers, firomen. contlnclors, swiich- mcn, yardmen, brakemen and em- ployes of the Illinois Central raihv.iv ;-.ii! benefited by the new pension system which went into effect to-day. It is an exlrf-mely liberal one and applies to ev- ery cfficpr and employe of the road, from the president down to the Imminent la- borer. me ijur.rifitl dupartmc that' employes hiihvccii the age oi (i! and 70 years, who havu been ten years in the service of the road and have beronn: in- may bo retired and ppiifioiu-J. In the case of employes over 70 uld the lefircmcnt will he vompulsiiry. For each year of service they will receive an allowance of 1 per cent, of the average regular monthly pay received for the ton yeais preceding retirement. bers of the iits. The plan provide? EXPLOSIVE SENT TO A GIRL Culmination of Efforts to Extort Money From .Wealthy Pbiladelphlan. PHILADELPHIA, Only ef- forts that have been made to blackmail Charles Barney out of hv threat P to kill members of bis fa mil j culminated last Monday in an attempt ti. injure Miss Laum Ihmiey, his youngesi daughter. Monday 'niorning Charles Storm, Barney's coachman, went as usual fnr the mnil to Ogontz postofflcc. JIu received several letters arid a paeVngc, the latter addressed to Miss La urn. .It happened that an end of the box hail been broken, nnd from il dropped sev- eral fine black grains. showed them to the postmaster, who said they were gunpowder. He then took thft pack- age to the'houfv, but before ho gave it to Miss Barney lie warned her to be care- She out away the paper and found within a two-pound cnndy box, anil when she removed the lid of .this die found tho box ,wna nearly full of powflor, Fiislcncd to Ihfl lid WAS .a pin, whlch'liold vifit tho home of 'lYstnidji Palma, Ihc former head of tile Cuban junta. Some lime to-morrow General leave for Washington. Ho intimated to-day that he would give out. a Mnlcnicnt lo- niyht or in which he will eloar up ihe mystery regarding hip mission to tbe tjiiited It .seems almost orr- tiitn that, ii relates to Ihe pi-ef-idency of the C'ul'jin republic. USED CORSETS AS A BANK. Ag-d Spinster Seltc'a Strange Reposi- tory far Her Hoarded Mooey, I5STER, N. H., July (.'lark., a spinster 73 years old, who spent of her life in the employ of u big cotton mill., was found dead in bed at 1ST Turner street this morning by a pcliueman who had been called in when thu 'Mdnlyie family., with whom she lived, could gel no response lo repealed calls. The dot-lors said that death was the result of the extreme heal. Miss Oark way supposed to have had a little money laid by. but n .superficial search iiroutrht (o light only four five dollar bills in looking about the room Policeman Connor happened to pick up a pair of They weie suspiciously heavy and he ripped ilium open. From the ror- he find Ed wan? Mclntyre cut nut The money weighed throe and one- half pounds. Miss Clark had worn Ihe in the mill every day, being fear- ful of banks. '_____ MUSIC TEACHERS MEET. National Convention Begins its SfBsioo To-morrow. PUT-IN'-BAY, 0.3 July nr-j arrking in huge numbers for the nnnu.il convent ion of the Music Teachers' .Na- tional association, which begins its ses- sions bore, to-morrow. It will be (bo twenty-third annual convention of tho as- sociation, which has .a membership ex- tending throughout the country. The programme will differ in some respects from those of previous meetings, particu- lar attention being paid this year to the educational features. Tltiring tho four days' sessions (hero will lie dfacussiftiw of ipiestioiiH in musical pedagogy, loo turc-i and concerts. OJ.U E.AJITH IS C001CED BY THE .BAYS OF TOE J1LAZ1NG SUN; NO RELIEF IN SIGHT, HliSINESS 1NT LARGE CITlliS WiAC- TiCATXY SUSPENDED OX AC- COUNT OF TJ-LE HEAT. DEATH RATE LARGE. EVERY HOUIi IN TOUT WAYXJJ TO DAY I-USSEEN-JIOITEI! THAN YESTERDAY. wnrm. YestL-rdny was the. hottest dtiy on rcc- oiil for June weather in Koit mid evorj- hour lo-day tlic thermometer irg- limn it did for llic CCITCS- ndiiij.' hour yeatcrdny. Ttic [L-mjiL-ra- tine fur Sunday is given below: 10 a. 11 a. in.....................go 1 in.....................90 2 p. m.....................90 HONOR TO THE DEAD. Committees oi Prominent Citizens Await Pingree'i Remains. -NEW YOHK, July Bed Star liner Zeclnnd, which has the remains of Governor Hazcn S. Pingree aboard, was sighted off the llighlanda -jiifll before noon to-day. The steamer will get to her dock about' 2 p. in. "Oelegaliona of prom- inent citizens are on haml lo receive ihc I'. 90 5 P. m...................'.'. 00 P- m..................... 89 7 p. m..................... S p. in...................... 34 y P. m........................-si JO p. 1 TO-DAY'S IIJiAT Itl-XOllD. The record of Ihe Ihennomeler until 2 o'clock follows: 7 a. m.....................78 3 ium................-...., 80 !i a. 10 a. in.....................84 11 a, m.....................SO Voon........-..............89 2 p. in.....................92 Notwithstanding the great heat no iroffrnlions are rejioili'd to-day in ForL CONTJNUliS UKBKOkEN. WASHINGTON. July weather ireau says ihut tho hot wave continues vitli Foverify thronghont the untiy, east of the Iloehy -Mountaine, except in the soiitheastcni slates, .where t is not unreasonable1. In portions of the nidillc Atlantic states all the previous une heal records were broken yesterday, 'he warm weather will cdfitimic in Ihc owe.r lake region and the middle Atlantic talcs to-nishl and Tuesday. In Phila- lelphia to-day the temperature was just hort of 100 at noon. Several deaths and i dozen prostrations are In Baltimore at noon the thermometer was 02. Business is practically suspended, ind four deaths and fifty prostrations rom heat arc reported. BHOATJWAY IS DKSERTED. NEW YORK, .luly was lesoiied to-day-on necount of the heat. o one is out who can stay indoors. Tho enjneratui-e IF, 99 decrees. There were even deaths and twelve probations up 0 noon to-day. COATS OVF IX CHUnOH. YOUNGSTOWN', 0., July was so iot jesterday that Rev. A. of he St. John Episcopal church., of-liiis advised tho men to peel off their touts at the service. To a man Ihiiy 1 card the sermon in their shirt sleeves. EIGHT DEAD AP CINCINNATI. CINCINNATI. July have joen eight deaths from heat hero in the )ust twenlv-fonr hours. SUFFliiRINO IN TJiN'IOl KXTS. CINC1NXATI, 0... July ten lays the maximum tempera tine has not rone. below SO and it has as is OS. Tlic suffering in the tenement list rid. is intense. PftVl-X DIOATIIS IN ST. LOUIS. ST. L01JI.S, .Tuly a maximum emperjitiire. nf ion degrees in the past twenty-four hours Pt. T.onis ha.? had seven deaths and a seore of hciit prostra- tions. for tl a f nd Jlra be prnct cally penn less It that.IMrkc 11 beg servng inee before U n end of (l 3 p obably ake one no io the 11 ud o co nty ja 1 to see herp bnrid and 'b d h a t Od by His neys will also call and after this will ask Ibut 1 c be sent to the, tinry at once o tl at 1 e may term. BULLETIN. PJTTSIJUKf J" ly 1 fhoiifand m of t) e Amalgamated iation are on a I ike I day as wa nTd dialed. Eve si eet m 11 n tl e governed bj 11 e nalgamaied scale sh t1 floMm to-day ad 11 not be until the d fTc It e e ended Big F re at Boiton JiOSTON fis J 1, I-A. fi e ou W lloosick Ti cl dc I 03 ed tie rarel Tnd iiiiieli otto coflee and ottiT neichandiKC TI e lo R Ii Punishable by Death, I CHICAGO J 1 I new itate lair ing kid g pun EhaWe by death went into efl'eet to-daV. OBD COLUMBIA WINS.! NEW CUP PB'VJTA XHJE OLD ONE. THIU-E IN A TIIIRTT-MIO: lefonder, C'uliunbia, and .Iho fender, the sirii out on flu; fii-st race innied by a siring of blon hotiU. The Columbia crossed ine first shortly after II o'clock..-. ;opt hoi" lead and a's Ihe ight. it is believed that''she. may'.hca" lew boat to'-daj'. COL1BIJ1IA' A WINNKri. BKENTON MEEF. R..L. .Inly lAr'J Coltiiiibiu won thd race. She finished beiitiny the Constitution three niinutus.. The cd by cheers of the steam i'atVl HEALTH BREAKING IN JAIL. Caleb Powers and Jamms Howard Said to Suffer Much From Confinement. LKXIXGTOX, Ky., -Inly Howard, of the noted Howard fend fac- tion of Clay county, and Caleb Powers, secretary of state under W. S. Taylor, both convicted of complicity in tho as- of Senator William and both awaiting now trials, ore almost physic-ill wrecks as the result of theii confinement in jail. The narrow steel cells, almost without ventilation, are ruining the health of tho men, already weakened by eonfmoniont. Both fine Sjioeimenfs of manhood, bill they are now thine and pale. BARKER GIVES UP APPEAL. Asuttant of Hr, Keller Makei Sucrifice for Bis Wife. 3JT3W YORK, July ho taken from ihe sentence of Judgo lllair hy; Thomas G. TJarkor.. who-was convicted of shooting TJev. John Kollor ninUgivoii five years' iu ilia Trenton state prison. Mr, alter cpnsullalion with'his fricntlfl, hris decided which was to'hiirc.t'Cen raised lo..make fin npjienl ii to.keep in eomfoiLnbb cinnstHiicpH while ho is hit, sen JOKE ON Probtbly Lynched the Mistake. SUFFOLK, Va... July lynched without being identified. yirl whose bed chamber he was cha'fg with invading this niorning. Tt is .'p i'ihlc that the negra was innocent.' cm! hundred cimigrd men lynched1 liirl after they had token away jailoj Ho hanged and shot. The scene the lynching was only a. few- hnndri foct from the jail. ANTI-FARE-PAYIKC SOCIET1T; New Order Proposes to Stop Othtr People to Car Rlden. iA. Kan., July ir.% pendent order of inen '-vho refuse to tho other fellow's street oar I'tirc'. i instituted here, A score of rt nent society women joinecj to extend the society tiis-ff -_ cities of Om chain system." There are no-si_ grips, no paw-words and no gQiifc-ridiil TJie only rule of the order is.to pay-yon own fare and require Ihe other fellow :j dig up for himself. F. L. national president. Preserving Etc. 50 dozen 4 
                            

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