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The Edison Phonograph.
The Edison Gem Phonograph $10.00 s h
The Edison Standard Phonograph 20.00 ( vfs$
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HOLDUP IN KANSAS,
ONE PASSENGER KILLED AND
Hobbcrs Secure Only About $100 in
Cash and a Few Watches and Re
volvers Leave Train at Cornell
and Make Their Escape.
Pittsburg, Kan., March 5. Missouri
Pacific passenger train, which lelt
hero at 7:20 last evening, was hcl"
up by two men in disguise, and Lou
Jeff, a colored miner, was hilled be j
oftiise ho protested, and W. L. "We-i. .
lake of Toledo, who, with his wife and
two children, had heen visiting roU t
tives In Kansas, was shot tluough the
hand by a stray shot that had been .
fired at the negro. '
There were lew passengers on the
train and tho robbers secured only n
little over $100 in cash and a lew
watches and revolvers.
The men were disguised only with
fnlso mustnehes and goatees. They
boarded tho train horo at tho station
and began working tho train as it
passed tho Kansas City Southern
shops. They commenced at the smok
ing car, and one walked ahead with a
ig 41-callbor revolver in each hand
and quietly asked tho passengers to
"shell out" to the man behind, who
-was closely following. They were
Hot far behind the train auditor and
followed him into tho ladles' coach.
"When they came to Jeff In tho Indies'
oach ho pulled his revolver and took
a shot at tho foremost robber, who
shot twice at him. Tho first shot went
wild and struck Wcstlake, but the sec
ond struck tho nogro In the head, and
killed him Instantly. They then quiet
ly mado tho auditor stand and dollver,
and hurriedly left tho train as It en
toied the yards at Cornell.
3LOVER DEMANDS ACCOUNTING
Files Bill In Equity Against Trustees
of Christian Science Church.
Concord, N. H., March 2. A bill In
oquity to socuro an accounting of tho
nanclnl affairs of Mrs. Mary Baker
iliover Eddy, head of tno Christian
feienco church, was filed in the su
perior court for Morrlmac county by
Mrs. Eddy's son, George W. Glover ot
Dcadwood, S. D. Tho bill Is directed
against Alfred Farlow and other trus
tees of tho Christian Science church
Besides demanding an accounting of
all transactions regarding Mrs. Eddy's
affairs, tho bill asks for restitution In !
enso any wrongdoing nppears; for an
Injunction during litigation against
interference with her property and
business, and for a receiver.
In a statement Issued by former
United States Senator William E.
Chandler, special counsel in tho action,
it Is declared Mr. Glover is actuated
by no spirit of disrespect to his moth
er, but believes that the proceeding Is
in her real interest.
Mr. Glover says tho action is not
directed against tho religion of the
Christian Scientists. Tho statement
further states that Mr. Glover had
long thought his mother was growing
too foeblo In body and mind to attend
to Important business matters, but
that lor a long time ho was unable to
confirm this suspicion.
ROCKEFELLER HINTS AT GIFT
Has Something in Mind Which Will
Be of Great Benefit to Public. 1
New York, March 5. A remark
which John D. Ilockefellor mado to
several reporters before starting for
Augusta, Ga., led to tho publication of
a report that ho contemplates another
largo gift to tho cause of education or
"I have matters of great Import
ance," snld Mr. Itockofollor, "to dis
cuss with my son, matters of more im
portance to tho public in tho future
thnn any chance remarks I might
mako Just now."
"Do you mean that you contemplate
the announcement of another bequest
to tho causa of education?" was asked.
"All I can say," Mr. Rockefeller re
plied, "is that I havo something In
mind which I bollevo will bo of great
boneflt to tho public."
Austrians, railroad laborers. Tho col
lision was between freight train No.
40 and a worktrain stundlng on tho
siding. Tho freight was going at full
speed and crashed Into the worktrain.
Several laborers wero seriously In
Changes In tho Cabinet.
Washington, March 5. George
Bruco Cortolyou relinquished tho post
master general's portfolio to George
Von L. Meyer, formerly United States
ambassador to Russia. After the
oath had been administered to tho new
postmaster general, Mr. Cortelyou In
troduced him to tho various chiefs of
departments. Soon thereafter Mr.
Cortelyou was sworn in as secretnry
of tho treasury, succeeding Leslie M
Shaw, who goes to New York to be
come president of a trust company.
FATAL WRECK IN WYOMNIG.
Six Men Meet Death In Train Collision
Sheridan, Wyo., March 2. Six men
have been killed in a head-on collision
near Pedro. The dead aro Engineer
Charles Sh'eppard of Sheridan and flvo
Says Murderer of Four Is Insane.
Bloomlngton, 111., March 5. Dr. J.
Whitney Hall, a medo-Iegnl mental ex
pert of Chicago, after a careful exam
ination, pronounced Thomas Baldwin,
who killed Mrs. Eiscman, her daugh
ter, Cora, and Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy
last Thursday, hopelessly Insane.
STOGSDALL NOW ON TRIAL.
Captain in Army and Commandant ol
Cadets Before Court-Martial.
Omaha. March 5. Cantain llalnh R.
Stogsdall, quartermaster of tho Thin I
tleth infantry, U. S. A., commandant 1
for several years of tho Omaha high
school cadets and prominent In so-1
clety, on tho evo of his departure for
the Philippines with his regiment, 1
which is under orders to sail during
the coming summer, is on trial at Foil,
Crook beforo a court-martial which)
may divorce him from tho army. Tho
charge Is that of insobriety, which
has been laid at his door on formu
Kidnaped Boy Restored to Parents.'
New York, March 5. Falling to ob-1
tain $3,000 from tho father of a boy '
whom thoy had kidnaped, members of
a "Black Hand" gang, after keeping
him forty days from his parents, '
turned him looso on tho Brooklyn
brldgo. Tho boy later was restored to
his parents by tho police. Tho kid
naped boy was Marion Palermo, tho
six-year-old Bon of James Palermo, a
baker in business in Brooklyn.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT CREATES
THIRTY-TWO OF THCM.
Chief Executive Says If Congress Dif
fers ith Him It Will Have Full Op.
portunity In the Future to Discon
tinue the Reserves.
Washington, March C -Seventeen
million acres of foroat lands nave
hi en added to tho forest resolves ol
the United States by proclamation!!
lsiu i y President Konsovolt. Thirty
two ioii-.it losorvutions are created or
lncuasod lu urea b these proclama
tions. Tho following memorandum hearing
on tho subject was made public tit tho
"Tluv.0 foiont reserves wore deter
mined upon urn! the preparation of tho
net 1 saury papers ordered Home
mouths ago In two-thiids of the nines
hour years ago In tho exeicise of the
duty Imposed upon mo by act of eon
giiss ot Maieh 11, 18UI. Tho utmost
care and deliberation havo been exor
cist d in deciding upon the boundaries
of the proposed reserves; In all but a
very few cases long-continued and de
tailed Held culminations him been
niii.te and In the remainder iMiiuiun
t ons amply mtllUienl to justlly the
proposed action. Tho in rotary
proclamations under existing law now
c iiu hel'oio me and the question is
iioM-i,.d whither 1 should refrain
from acting under the existing law be
cause there is now under considera
tion by congress a proposal to change
tho law so as to require congressional
ni-llon upon tho establishing of such
lorest lTseVvos. If l did not net, re
servis which 1 consider very Import
ant for the Interests or the United
States would bo wholly or In part dis
sipated before congress has an oppor
tunity again to consider tho matter,
while under the action which I proposo
to take they will bo preserved, and If
congress differs from 1110 In this action
It will have full opportunity to tako
such action as It may deslro nuout tho
discontinuance of tho reserves, by ar
flnuatlvo action, taken with tho fullest
opportunity for considering tho sub
ject by Itself and on its own merits.
If by any chance land more vnlunblo
for other purposes than for forest re
serves is shown to hnvo been Included
in those reserves, I forthwith Bhall re
store It to entry. Failure on my part
to sign these proclamations ' would
mean that Immense tracts of valuable
timber would fall into the hands or
tho lumber syndicates bcioro congress
has an opportunity to act, whereas tho
creation of tho reserves moans that
this timber will bo kept In the Inter
est of tho homemakor, for our cntlro
purpose in this forest resorvo policy
Is to keep the land for the benefit of
the actual settler and homomnker, to
lurther his interests In every wny and
wliilo using the nnturnl resources of
tho country for tho benefit of tho
present generation, also to uso them
in such manner as to keep them un
impaired for tho boneflt of tho chil
dren now growing up to inherit tho
land. This Is tho final and exclusive
object not merely of our forest policy,
but of our whole public land policy."
BURLINGTON BOWS TO LAW
Notifies Governor That It Will Com
ply With Two-Cent Fare Act.
Lincoln, March 5. Governor Shel
don received official notice from the
Burlington Railroad company that it
will accept tho 2-cent faro law without
resistance, nnd revise its passenger
rates accordingly in Nebraska, to take
effect Thursday morning next. It was
stated during tho day that tho North
western and Missouri Pncific compa
nies will not resist tho new law, but
agents of thoso roads would not con
firm tho report.
Often The Kidneys Are
Weakened by Over-Work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
It used to be considered that only
urinary ami bladder troubles were to be
traced to the kidneys,
but now modern
science proves that
nearly all discuses
have their lcgiuuing
in the disorder of
these most Important
The kidneys filter
and purify the blood
that is their work.
Therefore, when your kidneysare weak
or out of order, you can understand how
quickly your entiie lunly is affected and
how every oran seems to fail to do its
If you nrc sick or " feci badly," begin
taking the great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon
ns your kidneys are well they will help
nil the other organs to health. A trial
wil' convince anyone.
If you are sick you can make no mis
lake by first doctoring your kidneys.
The mild mid the extraordinary effect of
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
kidney remedy, is soon realized. It
stands the highest for its wonderful cures
of the most distressing cases, and Is sold
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by mail fiee, also a pamphlet telling you
how to find out if you have kidney or
bladder trouble. Mention this paper
when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., lJiiig
haintoii, N. Y. Don't make any mistaki
hut remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the nd
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