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Albert Lea Freeborn Country Standard (Newspaper) - January 1, 1908, Albert Lea, Minnesota In 19035 Brief summary toe most important events Bank Jan. 21�?merchants�?T and Farmers Fairmont minn., suspended. Feb. 2�?f. Gilman former president suspended Home Bank Goodland ind., found guilty embezzlement. 4�?first National Bank Scotland s. L close by Bank examiner. Of. Gilman Indiana banker sentenced to term one to three years in statue prison. 25�?disappearance $173,000 from sub Treasury at Chicago made Public. Mar. 14 virtual panic in Wall Street Secretary Cortelyou relieved the situation. _ ,. 18�?citizens�?T state Bank Firth neb., closed by state. 18�?corbin Hanking company new York assigned assets $3,000,000 liabilities. $1,700.coo. Apr 2�?maj. H. Salmon Warsaw alo., convicted illegal banking sentenced three years in Penitentiary. Bank Conception at Clyde .mo., ordered closed. 18�?ex-judge Smith Chicago found guilty conspiring to defraud stockholders and depositors Bank America which lie was president penalty imprisonment and $1,000 Fine. Jul. In citizens Bank Eureka Springs ark., suspended. 2�?first National Bank Hicksville o., closed by comptroller currency. 5�?fort Dallas National Bank Miami fla., closed. 20�?farmers�?T National Bank Boyertown ba., ordered closed. Aug. In people s state Bank Brownstown ind. Closed by state authorities. 14�? receivers appointed for Pope mfg. ., Hartford Conn. Failure ascribed to Stringency Money Market. Sep. 5�? Watson amp co., members new York Stock and produce exchanges and Chicago Board Trade failed. Got. 8�? Union Bank Richland and Bowman Hank Kalamazoo Mich., both private institutions closed doors. Ion a. 1. Reynolds Bank Valdez Alaska. Closed doors. 15�?first National Bank Dresden o., failed. 16�?collapse Heinze Corner in Copper caused violent slump in stocks in new York firm Otto Heinze pfc co., suspended from Stock Exchange. 18�?new York Clearing House committee declared that the Heinze Morse and Thomas interests had been eliminated i rom banking organizations new York. 22�?knickerbocker Trust co., new Yorkus second largest financial institution forced to suspend great slump in securities Call Money at 70 per cent. 23�?Secretary Treasury ordered Deposit $25,000,000 government funds in new York Banks four Westinghouse companies at Pittsburg and one Trust company forced into hands receivers because financial Stringency state j rank and Trust co., Carson Nevada failed. 24�?three minor Banks in new York forced to close Southern steel co., Birmingham. Ala., filed involuntary petition in bankruptcy. 25�?six More minor banking institutions in new York closed doors. Union Trust co., Providence it. I., suspended. 26�?Banks in new York and Chicago and Many other cities adopted Clearing House loan certificate system to prevent draining supplies currency and made withdrawal savings deposits subject to Legal notice. So California Safe Deposit amp Trust co. Bank at san Francisco closed financial conditions in new York practically Normal again. Now 4�?three Small Banks in Kansas closed United states steel corporation secured controlling interest in Tennessee Coal amp Iron co. receiver appointed for Arnold print works North Adams mass., one largest textile concerns in country. Ill a merchants National Bank Portland ore., California Bank Oakland Cal., and Farmers amp merchants Hank Sapulpa i. T., suspended. If Secretary Treasury Cortelyou ordered Issue to to >00,000 Panama Bonds and $100,000,u00 certificates indebtedness As Means relieving financial situation City National Bank Frederick okla., failed. 27�?american silk co. Capital Stock $11,-000,00c, which operated Mills in several cities placed in hands receiver. Dec. 2�?Chelsea savings Bank Chelsea. Mull., owned by state treasurer Glazier Clos id. 5�?National Bank Commerce one largest financial institutions Kansas City suspended a fort Bitt National Bank Pittsburg closed. It jewellers a National Bank at North Attleboro mass., in hands receiver. May Ign Isaac Stevenson elected senator from Wisconsin to succeed Spooner. Jim. 17�?congressman j. H. Bankhead appointed senator to succeed late John t. Morgan Alabama. Jul. 9�?a. O. Bacon re elected senator from Georgia for full term. Frank a. Beach California appointed director mint to succeed g. E. Roberts resigned. Aug. 7�?ex-gov. F. Johnston elected senator from Alabama to succeed late senator Pettus. Sep. 17�?democrats elected ticket headed by Haskell for governor in Oklahoma and Indian territory Constitution adopted and stale wide prohibition proposition carried Chicago a new City charter Defeated in special election. Oct. 2�?Illinois supreme court declared Chicago a new primary election Law unconstitutional. Nov. 5�?mayor Tom l. Johnson Defeated congressman t. Elburton for mayor elected Willson Republican governor. Fusion republicans and Independence league beaten by tammany in new y Ork county. Dec. 2�?Congress assembled at Washington Cannon re elected speaker the House. 3�?ambassador Aoki Japan recalled. 18�?congressmen Williams and Dearmond participated in fist fight floor House. 20�?Secretary Taft returned from trip around world. 23�? m. Glide appointed minister to United states from Norway to succeed late la. Hauge. F rom n new from gov a. E. Hughes inaugurated govern it a new York. Floyd Republican elected governor new Hampshire by legislature. 14�?e. Hoch inaugurated governor Kansas. 10 . P. Frye elected senator from Maine w. Murray Crane from Massachusetts Simon Guggenheim from Colorado Norris Brown from Nebraska w. E. Borah from Idaho ii. L. Tay j Lor from Tennessee j. Dixon Montana h. E. Burnham from Hampshire and h. A. Richardson Delaware. 17�?albert b. Cummins inaugurated error Iowa for third time. 18 House voted to raise salaries congressmen to $7,500 a year. 22 Senate authorized investigation a a Brownsville affairs Bailey re elected senator from Texas Cullom re elected senator by Illinois legislature. 23 Chaa. Curtis elected senator from Kansas to succeed Jos. Burton. 24 House passed pension appropriation Bill and abolished All pension agencies. Feb. 5�?congressman w. A. Smith Michigan elected to succeed senator Alger f. O. Briggs elected successor to senator Dryden new Jersey. 7�?River and Harbor appropriation Bill carrying More than $83. 100,000, passed by House. ,. 11-Senate passed army appropriation Bill carrying $81,600,uo0. 15 naval appropriation Bill carrying $96,-000,000, passed by House. 20�?reed Smoot mormon apostle won Long fight for seat in United states Senate by vote 42 to 28. Mar. In House passed ship subsidy after Long fight. 2�?senator Spooner Wisconsin sent resignation to governor to take effect May i. 4�?fifty-ninth Congress adjourned with record for Large . B Cortelyou and Geo. Von l. Meyer sworn in As Secretary Treasury and postmaster general respectively. A a Lames r. Garfield took oath office As Secretary Interior. Regis Henri Post selected by president As governor Porto Rico to succeed Beekman Winthrop. 4 tax Secretary Taft announced that . Coe t a is would succeed . Stevens As chairman Isthmian canal commission and Engineer canal work april i. 27 win. Gilbert a mayor Danbury apr. In republicans in Michigan. 9 postmaster Busse elected mayor Chicago traction ordinances approved. 6�?state senator David Campbell appointed postmaster at Chicago to succeed mayor russe. A a 28�?gov. Hagerman new Mexico whom charges were preferred tendered resignation and president splinter capt. George Curry to Post. P06t inaugurated governor Jan. 3�?negro hanged at Mayersville miss., three minutes before notice that his sentence had been commuted was received. 4�?negro lynched at Midway ala., for attempted assault. 5�?rollo Steele being refused loan $5.-000 by fourth Street National Bank Philadelphia threw bomb that killed himself and cashier injured six others and wrecked Bank. 8�?James Cullen murderer wife and step son taken from jail at Charles City. La., and hanged by. 23�?trial Harry k. Thaw for murder Stanford White begun in new York. Feb. 28�?thos. Baldwin Rich Farmer Colfax 111., shot and killed Chas. Kennedy and wife and mrs. Eisman and daughter Cora. Mar. Ion r. P. Miller Beaver dam. Wis killed wife step Mother and self. 15� 50 men at Monroe la., hanged two negroes accused robbery. 20�?two coloured women accused murderous attack White woman killed by near stamp. Ark. 29�?Safe blowers robbed Farmers amp merchants National Hank Hanover midi., getting $3.000 coloured Man charged with attacking White girl near Colbert. I. T., lynched at Durant. Apr. 8�?death sentence mrs. Aggie Myers Kansas City and Frank Hoilman for murder woman s husband commuted to life imprisonment. 11�?grand jury refused to indict congressman g. K. Favrot Louisiana who killed . H. Aldrich and he was set free. 12�? thaw jury discharged being unable to agree verdict thaw remanded to jail to await second trial is . O. Haugh Dayton o., convicted murder father Mother and brother electrocuted at Penitentiary at Columbus. 21�?negro and Mother lynched and three other persons killed and seven injured in fight in Georgia account attempt negro who escaped to assault White woman. Mav 23�?ex-judge Hargis acquitted cock Rill murder in famous feud Case at Lexington by. Jun. 3�?trial we. Haywood seere tary treasurer Western federation miners for murder sex gov. Steunenberg. Begun at Boise Idaho. 30�?judge Loving found not guilty murder Theodore Estes charged with mistreating former a daughter at Houston. A. Jul. 20�?Jas Hargis acquitted charge complicity in murder . B. Cox Kentucky a Henry Escutcheon Farmer living near Nunda Mich., while insane murdered wife son and father in Law with an a then attempted suicide but was shot dead. 22�?karl Hail. Young Washington professor. Condemned to death at Karlsruhe. Germany for murder Mother in Law. 27�?\ym. Haywood found not guilty murder sex gov. Steunenberg. Aug. 16�?will Clifford negro lynched at Maple ky., for assaulting and killing two White women. Sep. Jim Frank j. Constantine sentenced to life imprisonment for murder mrs Gentry at Chicago. 24�?mrs. Bertha Mund Buffalo while insane strangled her three children. Out. In sex sheriff h. K. Brown Baker cite ore., killed by bomb. 5�?wm. Burns coloured who shot police Man at Cumberland. Md., taken from jail by and shot and kicked to death. Is sex banker Frederick Mcgill and wife acquitted charge murdering first wife Mcgill at Decatur. 111. 26 negro at Byron ga., lynched for stealing 75 cents. Nov 2�?fred Singleton negro riddled with millets by posse for murder assistant chief police at Talladega. Ala. 7�?zseven bandits held up town Canova s. In blew open Bank vault and escaped with $6,500. °4�?jury in Steve Adams murder trial at Rathdrum Idaho failed to agree verdict and were discharged. Dec. 3�?mrs. Annie m. Bradley acquitted charge murder sex senior Brown at Washington. Mar. In at Pedro wye., seven in collision at Dossett tenn., four by powder Mill blast. 2�?at Taylor. Pa., six in mine explosion. at Pitt Cal., 22 labourers by drowning. 20�?near Emporium pa., six in powder Mill blast at Woodward ala., five in falling Furnace. 23�?at los Angeles Cal., six in head collision. 28�? near Colton Cal., 26 in wreck nearly too injured. Apr. A in near fort Worth Tex., six trainmen in collision. near Chapeau ont., 15 in train wreck. 13�?near Gunter Tex., eight by gasoline explosion. 23�? Lake Michigan lumber Baege with Crew 14 lost. 27�?at Baltimore eight drowned by collapse May in at Whipple w. Va., la in mine disaster. at Honda. Cal., 21 in wreck due to defective switch. 21�?at Pittsburg five by explosion in steel Furnace Lake Michigan five by burning Steamer. 23�?at Chicago five by ammonia explosion in stockyards Plant. 31�?near Garden Valley Idaho seven drowned. Jun Llu in Hampton roads la seamen by capsizing launch. 18�?at Prio Eburg pa., seven by explosion mine .at Monahan wash., five by drowning.23�?at Hartford Conn., six killed 40 injured by collision near Pittsfield n. A a a four in collision. 26�?near Tola va., eight by dynamite . 4�?fourth july celebrations caused 37 deaths injured number 2.153. 9�? in Penobscot me., six by capsizing a Sloop. 11�?at Honey Brook pa., seven miners by White Damp explosion. 12�?near Russell pa., six by capsizing launch. 15-in Cape cod mass., ten officers and men battleship Georgia by Gunpowder explosion 21�?near Salem Mich., 32 in collision too injured. 22�?off California coast 97 by sinking a Steamer. 27�?in new York City 14 in tenement House fire. Aug. In at san Pedro Cal., four by collapse wharf. 5�?at Jamestown va., four by drowning. 6�?at Kafir pa., four in wreck. at Boulder Colo. Too persons injured by explosion 1,000 lbs. Of dynamite. Ign at chit ago five by collapse building during windstorm. 18�?at Seaman pa., five by fall Cage in mine Shaft. 23 at Somerville mass., five by suffocation. 25�?near Sapulpa. I. T., four 29�? near Quebec 75 workmen new Bridge being built Lawrence River. 30�?near Charleston ii 17 in collision bet we ii interurban trains. Sep. 2�?near Charleston w. A wreck. 5�?at Shelton wash., ten in burning hotel. 6�?at Norris. . 12 in wreck. 10�?near Newburg w. Va., five negroes by train. 14�?near Canaan station 25 in head collision. Ign at Aspinwall pa., six by drowning. 20�?at Negaunee midi., la by falling Cage in mine Shaft seven fatally Hurt. 22�? Lake Superior seven drowned by wrecking Steamer. 26�?near Jackson ala., 14 by capsizing ferry boat. 28�?near Bellaire . Eight in Railroad wreck four fatally Hurt. Oct. 5�?at Butler. Pa., four by upsetting molten Metal pot 30 badly injured. 13�? in Gloversville n. Y., six by suffocation. 15�?explosion powder Magazine at Fontanet ind., caused death 38 Over 600 injured nearly every building in town ruined. 16�?near Joliet. 111., five by capsizing boat canal. 24�?near Ashland. Wls., four by explosion in powder Mill. Nov. 6�?at Steubenville o., explosion. 11�?at new Haven Conn., ing hotel. 12�?near Pine Bluff. Ark., blast. 13�?at South Milwaukee Grade crossing. A in new York City 13 italians in tenement House fire. Dee. 6�?at Monongah w miners by explosion in is at Jacobs Creek pa., ers by explosion an by 8�?forty passengers drowned near Gers France when train plunged River. 6�?cassapanca, Morocco bombarded French cruisers. 9�?moorish troops repulsed with heavy loss in two desperate attempts to Rush French Camp outside Casablanca and invade City. 27�?col. Ivanhoff governor Viborg prison and vicious foe terrorists assassinated by bomb in St. Petersburg. Sep. 4�?striking Dock labourers Antwerp burned lumber Yard and warehouses loss estimated $1,000,000. 17�?Over 40 men killed injured by explosion japanese battleship Kash Tina near kure 19�?collision mexican Central at encarnation killed 34 and injured Many. 21�?Gen. Drude burned moorish Camps near Casablanca. 23�?delegates three important tribes moors accepted terms peace by French and hostilities ceased. 24�?strike Antwerp Dock labourers since june ended with sweeping Victory for employers. 26�?scores lives lost by floods near Malaga Spain. 27�?overflow Otonas Igawa River in Japan Cost lives 600. 28�?sir j. Bell elected lord mayor London. Oct. 5�?explosion in ammunition factory at Osaka Japan killed 63 girls and injured Over 60. 18�?-Hague peace conference ended. 28�?Gen. Maximoff sky director prisons ministry Interior Russia assassinated by woman in St. Petersburg. 31�?town Karanagh russian turkestan. Destroyed by a landslide following earthquake 14,000 persons perish. Nov. 8�?-Hurricane caused great damage at Marseilles France several people killed. 9�?fire at Iquique. Chili caused $1,000,000 loss and rendered 2,000 persons homeless. Dec. 8�?oscar ii., King Sweden died at Stockholm and Crown Prince Gustave v. Succeeded to throne. Bell retired. At san fran in collision. By collapse across St. Seven in five by Boller five in Burn five by boiler wis. Six at va., about 480 Colliery about 300 min in Colliery. 2 foreign Bill shoe clerk elected Conn. Elected state ticket by Regis h. Post inaugurated governor Porto Rico to succeed Beekman Winthrop who retired to become assistant Secretary Treasury Jan. 2�?near Volland kans., 35 in train wreck Over 50 injured. 5�?at Winooski a to a six by suffocation near Kenosha wis., nine by powder explosion. 9�?at Pittsburg 30 by explosion in steel Furnace. 9�?at Barney n. M., five in train wreck. At Clinton ind., eight in mine explosion at new York City five by escaping . 19�?at Sanford. Ind., 28 by wreck due to powder explosion 32 injured. At Fowler ind., 13 in collision. 23�?near Primero Colo., 24 in Coal mine explosion. 26�?at Lorentz. Va., 12 by Fife Damp explosion in mine. 28�?at Chicago six by explosion at stockyards. 29�?near Fayetteville w. Va., 60 in mine disaster. 30�? at Johnson City iii., five by powder blast. Feb. 4�?at Monarch Colo., 12 in Snow slide at Thomas w. Va., 22 in mine disaster. 7�?at Sacramento Cal., six japanese by drowning. 8�?at Birmingham ala., four in collision. 11�?at Allentown pa., five in burning Home. 12�?in new York Harbor 138 by drowning and exposure by burning Steamer Larchmont. 14�?near Bridgeville del., four children burned. 16�?in new York City 21 in wreck due to spreading rails. 18�?at Las Espranza Mexico Over too mostly japanese in mine disaster. 22�?at Buffalo four by Charleston s. C., eight negroes by burning Steamer. 26�?at Montreal que., principal and 16 pupils in a burning school. 28�?at Carmi 111., five by dynamite explosion. Jan. 5�? moroccan army captured Zinat raise lib a stronghold and he and followers fled to mountains. 0�?chinese trading Quarter Hancock devastated by fire loss about $3, Joo Guo. 8�? Muzaffar de Din Shah Persia died at Teheran. tidal wave devastated some dutch East Indian islands hundreds per j sons perished. 15�? earthquake followed by fire partly de stroked Kingston Jamaica Over 1,000 persons i died and injured typhoon swept islands Samar and Leyte Philippines too lives lost. 18�? rear Admiral Davis landed Force american marines at Kingston Jamaica to which gov. Swettenham objected j Davis promptly sailed away. 21�?British officials virtually apologised for conduct gov. Swettenham toward Admiral Davis. 22�?tidal wave in Sutcli East indies engulfed Island Sii nalu drowning l,5d0 persons. 25�?explosions fire Damp in mine near a amp a Breek. Prussia killed if miners. A. L f. I age re ran to appointed minister Sweden to United states. Feb. In British Steamer Clavering went ashore near Hartlepool England 29 Crew drowned . A. Alexandrovsk governor Penza. Russia assassinated. 16�?cookton, North Australia destroyed by Hurricane damage $2,00u, caused British Steamer Trianda Sank in collision near Cardiff. Wales 14 persons drowned governor port Baku murdered. 21�?mail Steamer Berlin from England wrecked off Hook Holland in terrific Gale 128 persons drowned. Mar. 4�?gov. Swettenham Jamaica resigned Post eighty five persons buried by landslide in Algeria. 8�?english House commons Defeated woman s suffrage Hill. P Petkoff Premier Bulgaria Assas ated at Sofia. Eju powder magazines Board French battleship Lena exploded at Toulon 103 Blu jackets and officers killed and hundreds injured. Mar. 19�?count Lamsdorff former russian minister foreign affairs died at san to. 22�?nicaraguan forces captured strongly fortified honduran town Chou Tea and president Bonilla fled in boat. 24�?m. Obiedo Nosteff sex procurator general holy Synod died at St. Petersburg. 26�?peasants and troops fought in Alexandria Wau Achia 60 men killed and 300 wounded. Apr. 6�?strikers at Lodz Russia killed ten workmen for attempting to resume work. 11�?sir Eldon Gorst succeeded lord Cromer As plenipotentiary great Britain to Egypt who resigned floods in Turkey caused death 200. 12�? honduran City Amapola surrendered to nicaraguans president Bonilla Teok Refuge american Cruiser. 13�? Kingston. Jamaica experienced another earthquake Shock which did great damage. 16�?at least five important towns in Mexico destroyed and scores killed by earthquake. May in terrific Hurricane causes loss millions dollars and death several persons at Campeche. 3�?explosion Gunpowder Magazine at Canton China causes heavy loss life and great damage to property. 6�?about 6,500 turkish troops practically annihilated in Battle with rebels in province Yemen. Turkish Arabia. 9�?heir to throne Spain born to Queen Victoria at Madrid. ninety miners lost lives in fire in Copper mine at Vel Ardena Mexico. 17�?cossacks killed 21 innocent men at Lodi Russia in connection with a robbery. 20�? following assassination three police officials serious rioting a0 #1 at Odessa Russia. Hundreds v injured by Black Hundred i. Ran wild through streets. Jun. 15�?russian Douma dissolved by Czar and elections for new parliament ordered first session the Hague peace conference held. 27_by burning native theater in Kong Kong 500 chinese perished. Jul. 15�?attempt made to assassinate president Fallieres France latter uninjured. 16�?Gen. Alik Hanoff sex governor general tiflis and two others blown to pieces by bomb hurled at Carriage in which they were Riding at Alexandro pol Russia. 18�?emperor Corea decided to abdicate throne. 19�?Many killed and wounded in a clash Between Corean and japanese troops at Seoul. 22�?explosion in japanese Colliery caused death about 400 miners. Aug. In about too men killed and wounded in revolt Corean troops enraged at decree disbanding them when they attack japanese in Seoul. A 2 Jan. 2�?. G. Washington. 4 s. H. Jones leading Illinois Republican politician at Springfield. Id archbishop Montgomery Cisco. 17�?ex-congressman John inns at Janesville wis. Aged 76. 24�?senator Russell a. Alger at a Ash Langton. Feb. In Charles Marvin famous race horse Trainer at Lexington by. 6�?count John a. Creighton at Omaha neb. Left Fortune $1o, m 0o�?prof. Pickett noted medical authority at Philadelphia. 7�?ex-congressman b. Harris at Bridgewater mass., aged 83. 9�?congressman j. Rixey Virginia at Washington. 12�?ex-gov. F. Higgins new York at in n. 16�?henrv steel Olcott co founder with Birne. Blavatsky v theosophists in America at Adyar India aged Ltd it 22�?James a. Kirk head big Chicago soap House at Hartland wis. 25�? f. Hearne president Colorado i eel amp Iron co., at Denver. Mar. 2�?dr. Bronhy Ateka founder and head Independent order foresters in Georgia. James la. Williams shaving soap manufacturer at Glastonbury. I a Onn congressman j. Depuy Wisconsin at Jefferson City was. 4�?floyd k. Whittemore sex state treasurer Illinois at Springfield. 9�?John Alexander Dowie. Founder Zion City 111., at Zion City 11�?ex-congressman Clinton Babbitt Wisconsin at Beloit. 12�?m, oat Imir Perier sex president France at Paris. It Gen. Joseph Stockton at Chicago is rear Admiral b. F Tilley commandant league Island Navy Yard. 19�?Thomas Bailey Aldrich noted author at Boston . John Moore former surgeon general army at i Washington. I 21�? t j. Wint. Commander department Missouri at Philadelphia. A James Henry Smith new York who inherited Over $50,000,000, at Kioto Japan while bridal tour. 28�? pm. A. Proctor president Proctor amp Gamble co at Cincinnati by suicide. 31�?ex-congressman Gaius a a. Grow. At Glenwood hl w. Goode who was president Lewis amp Clarke exposition at Atlantic Ltd Ity n j. Apr. In Bishop j. Cranberry methodist episcopal Church South at Ashland a. 14 Jas. La Eckels president commercial National Bank Chicago and sex comptroller currency at Chicago 19 sex congressman j. V. Findlay Maryland at Baltimore. $6�?ex-congressman g. L. Laws Nebraska at Lincoln. Sex gov. B. Bullock Georgia at Albion. N. May 3�? Peter Maytubby. Twice governor Chick Ash a Indian tribe at Caddo j. 4�? e. Huffcutt Legal adviser gov. Hughes it w York by suicide Hudson River Steamboat. 6�? . John Watson Dan Marl Aren not author at it. Pleasant la. 17�?0. Potter. Chicago millionaire at Chicago. Lha a. H. Conger sex minister to China. A sex senator Patton Michigan. 26�?mrs. Mckinley at Canton. O. Jun. 3�?Gen. La. Huger retired at Stamford. Conn. 7�?ex-congressman Gen. We. Mccraig at Cumberland. I rid. Jun. senator John t. Morgan Alabama. At Washington. 18�?0. H. Earle prominent Philadelphia citizen and personal Friend Abraham Lincoln at Philadelphia. 21�?ex-senator Linden Baker at Leavenworth kans. 23�?Gen. We. Duffle id at Washington. 30�?francis Murphy noted Temperance lecturer at los Angeles. Jul. judge m. Severance noted Minnesota Jurist at Mankato. 12�?peter Larson millionaire Northwest. At Helena Mont. 27�?senator e. Pettus Alabama at hot Springs. N. C., aged 86. 30�?brig-Gen. O. F. Powell retired at St. Paul. 31�?s. Stephenson sex congressman and Multi millionaire Lumberman at Menominee Mich. Aug. 3�?a. St. Gaudens noted at Cornish. N. H. 17�?a. A. Pinkerton head Agency Board Ocean liner. 27�?Nelson Morris Pioneer Chicago Packer and Multi millionaire at Chicago. 30�?richard Mansfield noted actor at new London. Conn. Sep. 3�?Gen. Pleasant Porter chief Creek indians. Ign rear Admiral John g. Walker retired at York Beach me., age 72. 21�?samuel Sloan sex president Lackawanna Railroad and noted Railroad Man at Garrison the Hudson. N. Oct. Ion mrs. Cassie Chadwick noted female Bank wrecker at Ohio Penitentiary. 27�?Jas. Reddick prominent Chicago politician at half Day 111., in Auto Accident. Congressman John Wellborn Missouri at i Lexington. Nov. A Jefferson Polk Iowa millionaire and Street railway magnate at Des Moines. 8�?c. A. Perkins sex president c. B. Amp q. Railroad at Boston. Ion sex senator l. E. Mccomas Maryland. At Washington. 14�?Charles t. Barmy deposed president Knickerbocker Trust co., new York by suicide. 29�?judge James b. Brad Well Chicago Pioneer aged 79, at Chicago. 30�?congressman g. Smith Illinois at Murphysboro. Dec. 4�?h. O. Havemeyer president Quot sugar Trust Quot at Commack l. L 17�?lord Kelvin noted scientist aged 83. At Glasgow. 18�?ex-congressman w. H. Hinrichsen Illinois at Alexandria. 22�?senator Mallory Florida at Pensacola. 19�?thos. Longboat Indian runner won Boston Marathon Road race defeating Field 114 and breaking record for 25 mile course. May 8�?tommy Burns won heavyweight championship by defeating Quot Philadelphia Jack Quot Brien in 20-round Battle at los Angeles. 20�?superman, owned by James r. Keene won $20,000 Brooklyn Handicap at Gravesend. 31�?Wisconsin University eight won two mile boat race from Syracuse at Pough-kccpsi6, y Jun. 5�?richard crokers Colt Orby Ridden by Johnnie Reiff won Epsom Derby in England. 20�?nealon, owned by c. E. Durnell won great suburban Handicap at Sheepshead . 21�?alex Ross won open Golf championship United states. 26�?cornell won varsity Eglit cared race at Poughkeepsie n. Y., regatta Syracuse won varsity four cared race and Wisconsin freshmen eight cared contest Orby won Irish Derby. 27�?yale Defeated Harvard by boat length in annual race at new London Conn. 28�?robert Simpson won Western open Golf championship at Hinsdale 111. Jul. 2�?miss Evelyn Sears Boston won women a singles Lawn Tennis championship United states by defeating miss Carne b. Neely. 4�?tommy Burns knocked out Bill Squires australian Champion in first round at Colma Cal Martin j. Sheridan won All around championship a. A. U. At celtic Park l. I. 5�?May Sutton California regained title British Tennis Champion by defeating mrs. Chambers. 17�?jack Johnson stopped Bob Fitzsimmons in second round at Philadelphia. 29�? Barney Oldfield broke two worlds Auto records half mile track at Fargo 8. D., going first mile three mile race in i ish and three Miles in 3 51. 31�?jimmie Britt got verdict Over battling Nelson in 20-round contest at san Francisco. Aug. 30�?May Sutton won International Tennis championship at Niagara tie i the ont. Sep. 8�?c. Daniels new York lowered world s 100-Yard swimming record going distance in 55 2-3 seconds at Manchester England. 9�?Joe Gans Defeated Jimmie Britt in five rounds at san Francisco Britt broke wrist in fourth round. 20�?fred Mcleod Chicago won Western professional golfers championship at St. Jouis. 25�?new York yacht club declined Challenge sir Thomas Upton for race for americans cup next year because it sought to limit size racers to 68 feet 28�? Matt Mcgrath broke worlds record for 16-Pound Hammer throw at Kansas City by hurling weight 104 feet 3 inches former record 164 feet. Ort. 12�?Chicago nationals won worlds baseball championship by defeating Detroit americans four straight games. Dec. 2 Tommy Burns America knocked out gunner Moir England. In tenth round at London. 11-11. Pulliam re elected president National league for sixth time. Nois federation labor. 19�? Kansas City Southern railway co. Granted voluntary increase in salaries $5.00 a month to its Telegraph operators. 24�?striking Cotton handlers at new Orleans agreed to resume work pending arbitration. 30�?s. Small deposed president telegraphed so Union issued statement a a calling off Quot Telegraph strike. Nov. 4�?because they were paid in checks 4,000 miners near Danville 111., struck. 6�?commercial Teleg Raphers Union in Chicago new York and other cities called off general railway strike in great Britain averted by agreement Between railways and Union. 25�?striking Street Cav men in Louisville ky., indulged in serious riot. Dec. 6�?five companies regulars ordered to Goldfield Nev., where trouble Between miners and mine owners existed. Five months in Hospital. Diachun Yed because doctors could not cure. Coming West. Shoe in Jan. 6�?nine buildings wrecked by Losion dynamite at Lowell Ariz 18�?flood in Ohio River Valley worst is years 19�?several Large steamers driven aground and $1,500,000 damage done by terrific Gale which struck Buffalo n. Feb. 2s�?Washington, ark., partially destroyed by Tornado two persons killed. Mar. 15�?floods in Vicinity Pittsburg and Down Ohio River Valley a used property damage estimated at $10,000,000 about Leo,<0q persons thrown out work and at least 14 lives lost. Apr. 5�?1tornado swept across Louisiana Mississippi and part Alabama considerable property destroyed and 15 More lives lost. 15�?cities Chilpan Cingo and Chiwapa. Mexico destroyed by violent earthquake. Jun. 8�?thirty persons killed Many Hurt and great property damage done by windstorms and cloudburst in Kentucky. Southern Illinois and Iowa. 22�?storm causing property damage estimated at $500,000 swept Over Indian territory. 24�?throe distinct tornadoes struck medicinal Lodge. Kan destroying 25 Bouses several persons injured. 27�?Oil Fields Northern Indian territory swept by Tornado that killed the re men and destroyed hundreds derricks loss estimated $500,000. Jul. A to Bester Tex., nearly destroyed by Tornado. 3 Buena Vista Lake levee near Bakersfield Cal., broke flooding 30.000 acres and doing $1,000,000 damage 4�?storm in Western Wisconsin caused death 21 persons Many injured. Is waterspout caused $ryrtu>0 damage in Vicinity Leavenworth Kan. Aug. Tornado caused great property damage at i a Crosse wis. 26�?tornadoes in Wisconsin and Ohio caused several Deatha and destroyed much property. Oct. 8�?Tornado near Leeds. A. Caused 15 deaths damage to property enormous severe storm caused great damage in new York City and in Harbor. Nov. 26�?floods caused great damage in Southern Texas. Jan. 3�?big furniture store at new York City loss $500,000. 8�?Plant Michigan stove works at Detroit gutted loss $750,000 one person killed several injured. 11�?burning tobacco warehouse at Lancaster pa., caused loss $1,000,000. 28�?Plant Phelps pub. ., at Springfield mass. Loss nearly $1,000,000. Garage in new York containing too automobiles. 29�?Section Baldwin locomotive works at Philadelphia loss $1,000,000. 30�?mine Mill at Victor Colo. Loss $500,000. Feb. 5�? business portion Coal Harbor n. 8-Lyndhurst, country Home John Wanamaker. At Philadelphia completely destroyed loss about $1,500,000. 25�? Plant Acker forces co., at Niagara Falls n. Loss $800,000. Mar. In town Leroy 111., partly destroyed. 12�?iroquois hotel in Michigan Soo finest hotel in Northern Michigan. 24�?sporting goods store a. G. Spalding bros., at Chicago. 25�?morton Salt Block at Hutchinson kans. Loss $500,000. Apr. 30�? Plant san Francisco electric co. Loss $2,500,000. 5�? engineering building Mcgill University at Montreal loss nearly $1, too Odo. 19�?town Lido Island Panay second City Philippines totally destroyed persons homeless. 25�?Over i cottages at pleasant Lake mass. May 8�?business Section Barnesboro pa., almost wiped out. 13�?Steamer City Cleveland at Detroit entirely destroyed loss $760,000. Jun. 6�?half business Section Willow City n. Ll., destroyed. Ion famous Princess Anne hotel at Virginia a a it h. A. 29�?Large Section Biz Bee. Ariz. Jul. 27�?Over seven blocks Doney Island s amusement Section destroyed loss $1,000,. 28�?building Memphis cold storage co., at Memphis loss $6 0,000. Aug. In Over 50 families made homeless by fire at Edgewater n. 2�?Plant the u. S. Leather co., at Tomahawk wis. Destroyed loss about $500, too. Between 75 and 160 Square Miles territory devastated by disastrous Blaze in Foothills near Visalia Cal. Is Large part business Section Princess Anne my. Is several summer hotels summer cottages and buildings at old Orchard me. Loss estimated jso0.000. 29�? Fourier journal building at Louisville. By. Sep. 2�?three business squares Tion residence Section at Tex. Destroyed loss $500,000. In Cut House famous resort Francisco destroyed. Oct. 4�?thousands acres Forest in Sonoma Cai. 2 a Iowa Central railway shops at Marshalltown. La loss $300,000. 31�?store Holden shoe co., at Chicago. Loss $300,000. Nov. 3�?main office building Nelson Morris a King Plant at East St. Louis 111. Loss 9m0.003. 8-docks at Superior. Wis., several big elevators Mills and other buildings loss estimated $2j<00,000. Ii entire business Section Wyo. Several business blocks Wyo., destroyed. Levi p. Brockway s. Second ave., Anoka minn., says a after lying for five months in a Hospital i was discharged As incurable and Given Only six months to live. My heart was affected i had smothering spells and sometimes fell unconscious. I got so i use my arms my eyesight was impaired and the kidney secretions were badly disordered. I was completely worn out and discouraged when i began using Doans kidney pills but they went right to the cause the trouble arid did their work Well. I have been feeling Well Ever sold by All dealers. 50 cents a Box. Foster Milburn co. Buffalo. N. Industry gradually Eastern coast. Leaving importance the comma. Getting punctuation Mark in wrong place May cause trouble. Massachusetts and Connecticut Ara generally thought As the big shoe manufacturing states but As the great West has become More densely populated these states Are slowly losing prestige. Wisconsin for instance has the a largest manufacturer full vain a shoes in the world the f. Mayer Boot amp shoe co. Of Milwaukee. Tho Market for this company a product la the great West from the Mississippi to the Pacific. Undoubtedly it is Milwaukee a nearness to this great went Market which is responsible for tie great growth this concern which has been in proportion to the growth the West. In the last 25 years they have outgrown six factories. Including the new Seattle factory nearly completed and the Milwaukee factory Annex built this last year the total capacity the Mayer Boot amp shoe company exceeds 9,000 pairs per Day which already has been inadequate to meet the demand the West. Not quite the same thing. And por Houston at san land a some lawsuits the highest importance have hinged upon the right placing a comma a said judge f. Downing St. Louis. A when i first started to practice Law a Missouri editor came to me in a Peck trouble to defend him against a threatened libel suit growing out faulty punctuation. He had not meant to give some innocent Young woman the slightest offence when he wrote a Story about a two Young men who went with their girls to attend a lecture and after they left the girls got putting that miserable Little comma out its right place did the work As it made the girls the ones who became inebriated instead their escorts. I managed by proper diplomacy and the publication a neat apology to stave off the damage suits and afterwards my editorial Friend became an expert Home recipe for colds. Will break up a cold in 24 hours cure any cough that is curable. Or a Simpleton seems to have a Fortune in his Quot Era no the fortunes Only in ilk important to bottlers. Examine carefully every bottle Castoria a Safe and sure remedy infants and children and see that it bears the signature Oil in use for Over to years. The kind you have always bought Foreland. Cody. At i sculptor. Detective Jan. In Joe Gans knocked out kid Herman in eighth round at Tonopah Nev. Gustave Bye tied american record at ski jumping at Munising Mich. Record 106 feet. 18�?abe Attell retained featherweight championship by knocking out Harry Baker in eighth round at los Angeles. Feb. 5�?tommy Ryan knocked out Dave Barry in fifth round at hot Springs in Tennessee killed by passage anti Pool Selling Bill. Mar. 14�?calvin Demarest won National Amateur championship at 14.2 balk line billiards at new York. 21�?gary Herrmann Cincinnati elected president american Bowling Congress. 28�?�?ochic&Quot Stahl Boston National baseball team committed suicide at West Baden ind. Apr. 9�?jury in Smathers Case decided Smathers had not conspired to drug Lou Dillon and should retain Gold cup won by major Delmar. Joe Ullman Well known bookmaker went insane at san Francisco. 14�?david Billington professional swimmer swam mile in 17 minutes % 2-5 seconds at Sidney n. S. W., creating new worlds record. Jan. In judg a Mccall Federal court Memphis declared Lafollette fellow servants Law unconstitutional. A a fed ral judge Sanborn sentenced to jail several leaders striking molders in Milwaukee for violating injunction. Ion Senate passed Bill in interest railway employee. Miners at Goldfield Nev., voted to end strike. 15�?United mine workers America opened annual convention at Indianapolis. 21�?shea labor conspiracy trial at Chi Cago came to end with jury unable to agree verdict. 22�? John j. Mitchell re elected president United mine workers. 23�?Over 6,000 men and women in new York involved in trouser makers strike. Feb. 13�?Western Union Telegraph co. Announced increase to per cent in wages operators at principal offices. 21�?cornelius p. Shea and Fin associates in teamsters Union acquitted charge conspiracy second trial. Mar. 8�?Nebraska House passed employers liability Bill affecting railway trainmen. Ion Street cars in Louisville tied up by strike Union employees. 25�?in Effort to enforce recognition Union. 2.<�00 skirt cloak and suit Mak ers Boston employed in about too shops went out strike. 29�? employees 23 breweries in St. Louis struck for increased wages. Apr. A threatened Striae trainmen Western railroads averted through in Xii action interstate Commerce commissioners. 21�?great lockout and labor struggle in Goldfield Nev., District ended by agreement. 27�?salt i Jake City Street car lines tied up by strike. May in May Day brought strike Iron workers in san Francisco teamsters in los Angeles machinists in Pittsburg and various labor organizations in Canada. 3�? practically ail operators Pacific states Telegraph and Telephone co., struck for increased a 5�?Street car employees j struck for eight hour Day in wages. 13�?supreme court held eight hour Law constitutional. Jun. 20�? strike Western Union Tele graph operators at san Francisco and a land Cal., ordered increase in wages demanded. 26�?vest-makers in new York numbering 4.000. Struck. Aug. 7�?Western Union operators at los Angeles struck because company refused to reinstate discharged Man. 8�?night operators at Chicago went out strike. 9�?strike Western Union Telegraph operators spread throughout West and South Cornelius p. Shea Defeated in election for president teamsters Union by Daniel j. Tobin. 12�?strike Telegraph operators spread throughout East news service associated press partially suspended. 13�? employees Colorado amp Southern Railroad won strike for increase in wages. 15�?president Small telegraphed so Union issued general strike order calling out All commercial operators not working under Union contracts. Sep. 2�?labor Day riots occurred in san Francisco Louisville and Steubenville Ohio. Oct. 4�?Cotton shipping business new Orleans tied up by strike 8,000 Cotton handlers. 10�?John Mitchell president United mine workers announced he would not be a candidate for re election account ill health. 12�?Telegraph operators in principal cities country rejected suggestion president Small that strike against Western Union and postal companies be declared Oft. Is. An Francisco and increase Jan., 2�?first vice president Mccrea elected president Pennsylvania lines to succeed late a. Cassatt. 3�?Federal judge Landis decided at Chicago that Standard Oil co. Must stand trial eight ten indictments returned against it. 14�?grand jury at Findlay o., returned 939 indictments against Standard Oil co. And subsidiary companies for conspiracy in restraint Trade. 15�?Federal grand jury at Chicago in dieted John r. Walsh in connection with failure Chicago National Bank. 23�?judge Hallam at St Paul issued order enjoining j. Hill and other officials great Northern railway from making proposed increase $00,, in Stock. Feb. Is Wisconsin state railway commission ordered railroads state to give Flat 2%-cent passenger fare. 36�?John f. Stevens resigned As chief Engineer Panama canal and president named maj. G. Goethals As chairman commission and engineering chief work. Mar. In suit tiled at Boston against mrs. Mary Baker g. Eddy Leader Christian science Faith by g. Glover her son. Asking accounting property and appointment receiver. Mar. 4�?new Mexico House passed Resolution to investigate conduct gov. Hagerman in regard to alleged Timber land frauds. 7�?mayor Schmitz san Francisco pleaded not guilty to charge extol Tion. 20�?Abraham Ruef indicted for bribery at san Francisco t. V. Halsey also indicted in connection with Grant Telephone franchise. Apr. 2�?j. Hill resigned As president at Northern Railroad and son t. Hill elected to place. Apr. 5�?John r. Walsh indicted charges misapplication funds Chicago National Bank at Chicago. So supreme court decided Isle Pines is cuban territory not american. Apr. 13�?Standard Oil co., Indiana found guilty accepting illegal rates from Chicago amp Alton Railroad at Chicago. It Andrew Carnegie decorated with Cross legion Honor at National arbitration and peace Congress which closed at new York. 26�? Jamestown Ter Centennial exposition opened president Roosevelt and other High officials attended ceremonies. May 9�?Federal court at Indianapolis perpetually enjoined so called drug Trust from continuing operations. 15�? Abraham Ruef pleaded guilty to extortion at san Francisco. 24�?grand jury at san Francisco returned 89 indictments against mayor Schmitz. Ruef and Street railway officials and other companies. Jun. 13�?mayor Schmitz san Francisco found guilty extortion. Jul. 8�?Schmitz sentenced to five years in Penitentiary for extortion. 16�? . E. Taylor University California elected mayor san Francisco. By Board supervisors. Aug. 3�?judge i Andia at Chicago fined Standard Oil co., $29,240,000. For accepting illegal rebates from Alton Railroad Fine largest in history jurisprudence. Aug. 7�?senator Beveridge Indiana married to miss Catherine Eddy in american embassy at Berlin. 21�?suit in equity brought by relatives for accounting property mrs. Mary Baker g. Eddy brought to sudden close at Boston. Sep. 4�?louis Glass vice president Pacific states Telephone and Telegraph co., convicted bribery at san Francisco and sentenced to five years imprisonment. 12�?ex-congressman c. O. Burton Nevada mo., elected commander in chief g. A. R., at Saratoga n. 30�? Mckinley memorial at Canton o., dedicated by president Roosevelt. Oct. 2�?senator we. E. Borah acquitted charge conspiracy to defraud government at Boise Idaho. the Lusitania broke nearly All Ocean records making trip to new York in four Days 20 hours. 23�?german balloon Pommert piloted by Herr Erb Slob won International aeronautic cup. Landing at Asbury Park n. J., 880 Miles from starting Point at St. Louis. Nov. 7�?atchison. Topeka Railroad co., w red Geles for Reb Ting. 13�?trial Jot i r. Walsh for misapplication als Chicago National Bank Bego at Chicago. 26�?edward Jayson Weston aged 69, completes in from Portland me., to Chicago a not taking 29 Days. 27-Friine miss Edith Root Daugh Secretary state and u. S. I it Iii occurred at Washington. Ifil Pacific Fleet sailed from Hamp roads after review by president. Mix half pint Good whisky with two ounces Glycerine and add one half ounce concentrated Oil Pine. The bottle is to be Well shaken each time and used in doses a teaspoonful to a tablespoonful every four hours. The concentrated Oil Pine conies in one half ounce vials packed securely in air tight cases which Are intended to protect it from Light and retain All the original Ozone. It is a product the laboratories the Globe pharmaceutical co., Dayton Ohio and is guaranteed under the National pure food and drug act. Done to use bulk Oil Pine imitations concentrated. They Are insoluble and work havoc to the kidneys. Any druggist has the concentrated Oil Pine. The explanation. A i wonder Why the snakes a Man sees when he a been drinking multiply so fast a Quot i suppose because the kind snakes he sees Are a practical Christmas gift. A Tep it having Elwell Kitchen Cabinet. What better Jackson heaven showed Confidence proof is there bless him in me when he i be Clouds were Lark and threatening. Wilson in what Way Jackson he Lent me an umbrella a stray stories. We want your Cream. Write to Day for tag and prices. North Star Creamery co., Minneapolis ii in. The Man who attends strictly to i own business has a Good steady Job. Top Dair spot Cash for your Cream. Market Price alway. Miltom v co. St. Paul. There is no need to Hunt for trouble a everything comes to those who wait. We sell guns and traps buy far a hide Tan them to a Robes and rag it. A w. Hide amp fur co. Min Neap Dis. Sweet Are the uses for our neighbors. Of adversity1�?� a a a your dealer it and for Elwell kit Hen Cabinet co free Booklet Minneapolis. Speka amp Santa be $330,000 at los an after a woman has made a strenuous but successful Effort to marry a certain Man she is Ai t to discover that he is very Uncertain. Join our excursion to Texas Gulf it vast leaving St. Paul Jan. 7th. Theo. F. Koch land co., Globe bldg. St. Paul. Clemency can never exist itself with More applause than when there is the jus test cause for . Only one a a Bromo quinine that is laxative Bkoqian i be. Look i Tho signature k. La Hov k. Used the a Ora aver to c ure a cold in Une Lay after sizing up their husbands we done to blame some women for being fond dogs. tag. We top Price for Cream. A every Day. W rite Tor prices Miller a Holmes. St. Paul. Minn. And when women borrow trouble they usually Back double. Texas Gulf coast country. Write for free Booklet and maps to Theo. F. Koeh land co., Doin bldg., St. Paul. R mothers Aud grandmothers All Over this country i you will rarely need a doctor ii you have at hand a bottle Johnson anti new in polite society upper Cut. A snub is a sort applied promptly it gets right Down to work and cures cuts Burnt bruises bites sprains lameness and soreness. Established 1810. 15c., three times As much 50c. All dealers. I. S. Johnson a co., Boston mass. A. N. 2211. A a ouch my Back it is wonderful How quickly the pain and stiffness go when you use s Jacobs Oil this Well tried old time remedy fills the Bill 25c.�?All . Conquers pain sick headache spot Gash Carters Vittle is i ver in pills. Positively cured by these Little pills. They also relieve distress from dyspepsia indigestion and too Hearty eating. A perfect remedy for dizziness nausea drowsiness taste in the Mouth coated Tongue pain in the Side torpid liver. They regulate the bowels. Purely vegetable. Small Pill. Small dose. Small Price. For soldiers and heirs All Federal soldiers and sailors who served 911 Days Between 1861 and 1866 and who homesteaded lest than 160 acres before j Une 23,1874. A re entitled to Addi clonal Homestead rights which i buy. If Soldier lode a i heirs can sell. Talk to old soldiers widow Sand belts. Find some Soldier restive who went West 3oath after the War and Homes ended government land. Wet Busy and make some easy Money. Write h k. a. Copp Washington d. J., for further articular Oil Carters Vittle Siver Ujj genuine must Bear Fae simile signature refuse substitutes. he saves the Little ones very penetrating soothing Healing. Cut croup whooping cough Hay fever. Sore Throat and Catarrh. This Oil has no equal fur Weals lungs bronchitis asthma desperate Buna and wounds. Price 60c and Tiao postpaid. Agent wanted. H. B. Jones Sonj. Props Dallas. Ten patents in. A i Wui

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