Biloxi Daily Herald, March 31, 1905

Biloxi Daily Herald

March 31, 1905

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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1905, Biloxi, Mississippi Volume VII—Number 197 BII.OXI, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1905 Ten Cents per WeeklE.W.McGRMIYi 409 WEST HOWARD AV.. BILOX! | 100 pairs of drummer's samp]»^Jl IITC sold at 1 MR I U One- Half Price, Saturday See our big page advertisement fiwiiiKi TO ffms Beef Trust Agents May Get Into Trouble. Trying to Change the Tenor of the Testimony. £ c e © ® New, Stylish, Uptodate NO GOODS Star Store SUTER&SUTER 805 Lameuse Street Telephone 2 Hn (^uestton Are you nearsighted or far-sighted, or don't you know which ? Note this as a demonstrable fact: AVe examine eyes by the latest scientitic methods, using the latest scientific appliances—all for nothing insofar as you are concerned. "When it's determined that you really need glasses—not before— we make a reasonable charge for the lenses and their frames. Could we ask less for our service? We are not graduates, but have had experience. ,f Ì artistic tendency craves purer tone-coloring in pianoforte, Kas its most complete gratification in tHe "Americans may well be proud of having produced such a work of Jirt.''—GabrilowitscK. #hone 235 Corner of Bohn and West Eailroad Street Chicago, March 30.—Conspiracy iodictmeots are ibrealened against heads of big meat packing conceras ualess alleged tampering with wit-DSAses who have been summoned to testify before the Federal Grand Jury is discooiiDued at once. With witnesses ou the stand today, who, ii is asserted, admitted th^t ihey had been approached with a sugges'ion that their testimony be mild, the Jury, it is declared, is getting ready to take drastic action. "We will shut off interference with wiinesses," said Aasistaat Attorney General Pagia tonight, "even if we have to resort to proceedings under the coDspiracv slalute to do so." Balief was general tonight that Pagin has already laid out plans of new indicimedte. Fifteen witnesses were heard today, three women being among those who testified. The women were said to be stenographers employed by the National Packing Company. One of the witnesses before the jurry today was Charles E. Mead of Boston, formerly connected with Swift & Co.'s car lines. , Mr. Mead said that be bad not been in that business for three years, and was able to testify only concerning the methods in use then in carrying on the business. The witness said that since resigning his position Swift & Co. had disposed of their interests in the car line business. L. S. Curtis, of T. E Baker Cc>, of Boston, and Frank Dimpom, of Omaha, were other witnesses before the jury. Mr. Dimpom explained the meat business from the viewpoint of the medium through which the consumer obtains the meat. The fifteen secret service men who have been frequenting the corridors in the building where the Grand Jury is in session were not to be seen today. District Attorney Morrison was said to have ordered that waiting witnesses, instead of spending their time in the vicinity of the jury room, are to be concealed in down town hotels until called befored the jury. In this way the witnesses will be more readily prevented from learning the ideniity of the secret service men watching for possible irregularities. Ten men arrived in the jury room this evening and reported to,the government officials. It is said that the ten are employed by railroads in Vlicbigan, SPRING SALE Picard's Emoorium Southeast Corner Howard A yenue and Magnolia Street Fear Peasants May be Incited to Rebellion. Mr. Antonine' Pastoral Ad-' dress the Cause.BfHÄiilllEI)By a Cave in the New York Subway.Fire Following Recent Wreck is Still Burning. rianufacturer and Dealer in Architect and General Building Contractor BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Mouldiogs and Turned Work, Mantles and Cabinet Work. Heady Eoofiog, Mixed Paints, Oils and Varnishes in any quantity. New York, March 30.—Fireman Samuel Lillie was killed and several others injured by a cave in the sub-war st the Sixteenth street station, aud four others had been sent into be tunnel to wet down the smoulder-Dg embers of the fire when a portion [ the roof fell and crushed Lillie. be others were only slightly hurt. Th's fire in tbe subway was still hutniag today but was under control. All night the timbers supporting tbe cellipg gave way and there were jpavy falls of masonry at intervals. Liilie lost his life in saving the life of one of his companions. Both Lillie and a fireman named Cavanaugh who were working side ay side saw the cave in as it started, Both were directly underneath tbe ailing mass and would both have been crushed bad Lillie not thrown lis whole weight against his companion, pushing Cavanaugh out of the way just as the mass fell, Lillie was crushed to death. He left three motherless children of whom the oldest, a girl of sixteen, was the housekeeper for the family. PLANS TO GET BICH are often frustrated by sudden breakdown, due to dyspepsia or constipation. Brace up and take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They take oat the materials which are clogging your energiea^,and give yon a new start. ' Cure headache and dizziness too. At Kimbroagh & Kimbrough's .Drug Store; 25cf guaranteed, S*. Petersburg, March 30, 12:30 p, m,—Iq view of the peasant agitation throughout tbe country some of tbe newspapers are seriously alarmed at the effect of the recent pastoral address of tbe Metropolitan of St. Petersburg, M. Antonius, ae being a direct incitement to the ignorant peasants to begin a war of extermin' atioQ against the entire educated class and the papers are demanding that the Metropolitan and the Holy Synod, whose mouthpiece it is assumed Antonius is, will take immediate measures to counteract , the effect of his statements. Prince Mestochoesky, editor of the Grazdan, denounces the sermon as the most dangerous utterance of the century, and pictures the inevitable impression produced on the ignorant religious minded peasants of a damnation from the altar of the "Intellectual" as being the foes of Eassia, bloodv wolves and followers of the anti-Christ of the West who would destroy holy temples, place sacred bones in anatomical museums and wean the people from their chance of entering tbe kingdom of heaven. Onereshkoevski, tbe famous Russian author, declares that to call on the faithful to fight with the cross to tbe last drop of their blood for the f^alvation of Russia as the home of Christ and to cut off the rotten braucb is nothing short of a tocsin for a religious uprising—an appeal to tbe most fanatical and the most uc-controllable of human passionp. ■'Tbe fire once started." he savp, "would produce a .world of historic coDfisgrations, which neither the gov-ernmeot nor tbe intellectuals can stop." Iq effect he aiBrms -that Antonius' address is an appeal to the re-isants to tear out from Russia all European culture and put the coud-try back to the state in which it was in the middle ages and from that standpoint it was more radical than tbe doctrines of the most radical revolutionists. 3IENT0K - MADE Underwear costs you about half what you're used to paying for winter wear. And its quality and^endurance are guara.xteed. Fits best of •way it fits. Can't shrink. all and feels tbe Costs you from^aO^cents up. at E q □ OCEAN SPRINGS. MISS< Jl Ppaetieal í^ailroad The Metropolitan Antonius issued bis remarkable pastoral addres^! March 20, arraigning Russia today for vanity, frivolity, dissipation and impiety, tbe just punisbmeut of which, he said, was the humiliation of the nation. and Stenography FOR PARTICULARS ADDRESS Manager, ()CEAi\ SFRINGS. oo. & NEW CURE FOR CANCER All surface cancers are now known to be curable, by Bncklen's Arnicii Salve Jas. Walters, of Duffield, Va., writes: "I had a cancer on my lip for years, that seemed incurable, till Bncklen's Arnica SaUe healed it, and now it is perfectly well " Guaranteed cure for cuts and bums. 25c at Kimbroiigh k Kimbrough's Drug Store. Ko Job too small nor none too lar^e ^ is I for us to I make you an I estimate for I its completion w and hy ichich © you will save ® money. | % J (i-rü ili iá áV iÄ Ö tìj iìi iä — manufacturers of — Saslig OoorSi Blinds Scroll Work^^^ Office Fumiture^ Etc — and dealers in all '¡nnds of — BUILDING MATERIAL Also General Contractor- eor A1.1, KINL.-3 OF CoXSTR'JCTrOX WORK ;