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C B. HALE. Pnblisner
TEMPERATURE DROPS 60 DE.
GREES IN EIGHTEEN HOURS.
LOSS MAY BE MANY MILLIONS
naln Turned to Sleet, Snapping Tele,
phone and Telegraph Wlrec
Many Penont Frozen Tor
nado In Wlicomln.
Nearly a acoro of deaths, Revcrnl
million tlollnrH proporty Iobs and much
mirroring and Inconvenience resulted
from tho vlolejit change In tempera
ture, tho preceding storm nnd tho
succeeding cold unj snow that bcBet
the central part of tho country Sat
urday utid Sunday.
After an unusually warm November
day Saturday, tornndlo storms did
much dnmngo In Wisconsin and Illi
nois and killed a dozen persons be
sides Injuring mora than a score, sov-
A cold wavo almost immediately (
roiled over tlio wrcckogo of tho tor
nado and extended In a few hours to
tho gulf coast and to tho Atlantic
Dtoboard. naln turnod to slcot,
Knapping telegruph and telepbono
wires, and snow fell. Tho tempera
ture dropped In soveral places more,
than CO degrees In eighteen hours,
Soveral persons wore frozen to
death by tho sudden cold, pipping on
tho great lakes was damaged and
soveral boats wcro cast adrift. In
Homo places gas almost failed. Tho
poor In largo cities and tho homeless
In storm-swept regions Buffered bo
vern'y. HcBumo of deathB, injuries and dam
ages: .Tancsvlllo, Wis., and vicinity Eight
persons dead, two dying, docn in
jured, and $t,000,000 damago by tor.
Chicago Two men frozen to death;
Bovon fishermen missing on Lnko
Michigan; many persons hurt on Icj
pavements; shipping damaged.
Central Illinois Threo or moro per-,
sons dead and sroro Injured in storms
in Kanton, Virginia, Peoria and other
plnces; $1.00q.000 property damage.
Iowu Ono man frozen at Ottumwa;
much Biifforlng fiom cold.
North Dakota Ono man frozen nt
Omaha Ono man dead In cold.
Indiana Wliolo Btato swept by
blizzard; $1,000 003 damngo by wind.
Ohio Much damago( and suffering
caused by cold wind and snow.
Michigan Storm damngo at Bovcral
places by wind and sleet.
Kentncky Widespread damago by
winds; unusually cold.
(lulf coast Unusually severe
weamor; mucn stilTciing.
Missouri and Kansas Gas suppl)
for heating low; much sufToring a
May Strike in Sympathy.
Now York. A general teamsters
Btrlko In sympathy with tho striking
garbago collectors now threatens Now
York. Llttlo progress wnB mado In re
moving tho garbago which Utters tho
streets. Ono of tho most sensational
Incidents of a day of rioting was tho
arrest of Molly Susaman, aged twenty
two, who led an attack upon strike
breakers and herself assaulted a
To Push Wilson Boom.
Trenton, N. J. Tho domocratlo
fitato commltteo mot Friday and en
dorsod Governor Woodrow Wilson for
tho domocratlo nomination for presl-'
dent. Tho committee decided to
maintain permanent headquarters hero
to further Govoinor Wilson's nomlna.
Spread of Hog Cholera.
Sterling, III. Efforts to check tho
nprend of hog cholera in Whltcsldo
county havo proven unavailing, nnd It
is now estlmnted that tho valuo of
animals killed will reach moro than a
million dollars. Already sovoral
thousand hog nro dead and man
.moro aro affected.
Stuunnnh, Tcnn. Tho atrango
career or Mrs. Dora Elizabeth Doey,
who was tried In St. Louis in Juno.
1909, on a charge or murdering Wll
Ham J. Erdor, her bigamous husband,
with arsenic, apparently Is Hearing an
end here and thero Is no hopo that
ho will over stand trial on tho chargo
of bigamy atill against her. Mrs.
Doxoy Ib In such condition from tho
use of opiates and from dlseaso that
hope for her recovery has been
Object to Indian Dances.
Washington. It is for tho economic
and social good of tho Indians, ofllcials
or tho Indian bureau declaro, that ob
jection has been mado to the sun,
buffalo, willow and some or tho other
prolonged dances In which members
of certain tribes Indulge.
"Often theso orgies, for that Is what
fho dances practically amount to, con
Biuno oovoral weeks of tho Indinn's
tlrro nt a season whon tho farm needs
Mb attention," said an ofllclal.
"Tho Interior department will con
tinuo to object to theso danens."
BIG STORM DAMAGE
FURT HAS FULL VENT
RUTHLE88 SLAUGHTER OF
NE3E BY MANCHU8.
AWFUL SCENES AT NANKING
None Spared by Attacking Forces,
but Foreigner Unharmed De-
fenoelcis Flee from City
London. Tho situation nt Tien Tsln
appears to havo becomo more serious.
Dispatches rccolvcd horo say that ball
cartrldgen havo been Issued to tho
Nanking. Nanking Is desolate.
Fully n thousand of its inhabitants llo
massacred nnd numerous business
houses and dwellings havo been looted
nnd burned. Seventy thousand persons
nlready havo fled tho city and still
others aro Joining in tho exodus. Along
tho railway leading from tho city n
Jong Bnnkollko lino of humanity Is
triulcrlnt senklna nnfotv
It was tho hand of tho fanchua
that brought tho devastation. Whllo
tho republicans woro in camp threo
miles away, awaiting ammunition and
reinforcements, tho Manchus began
tho. work of carnage. Men, women
ind children were slaughtered. Whlto,
tho omblem of tho revolution, marked
Ub wenrers for Instant death. China
men with whlto Bhocs, a sign of,
mourning among them, or oven a
hnndkcrchler, woro ruthlessly slain.
QUOIICleSB heads worn nvnrvwtinrn tn
Innocont Chinese. leaving everything
Behind thom. aro fleolntr. terror-strlek.
en nnd dostltuto, to tho Bhelter In tho
fields at tho rear of tho reform fort
ress. Between 20,000 and 30,000 aro
Impotent to check tho slaughter or
nvengo tho Blnln, owing to their Inck
of ammunition. Tho revolutionists
mado a demonstration, but did llttlo
shooting nnd thoro wero few fatali
ties. Foreigners nro being treated with
Iho utmost consideration.
Much Money for Education.
Now York. Andrew Cnrneglo hns
announced that ho had given 12.1,000,
000 to tho Cnrneglo corporation of
Now York, Just organized, under a
rhnrtcr giantcd by tho Now York
Jegislaturo last Juno, "to piomoto tho
advancement nnd diffusion of knowl
edge nnd understanding among tho
peoplo of tho United States."
Will Run Against Cannon.
Mattoon, 111. Walter O'Day of No
Dga has announced I1I3 candidacy
against Joseph O. Cannon for tho re
publican nomination for congress In
tho Klghtoonth district. In making
his announcement ho onld:
"Cannon does not look big to mo.
I'll bent him easily."
O'Day Is a county surveyor.
Chinese Women Want to Vote.
San Francisco. Two American-born
Hhlnoso women havo registered ub
voters at Oakland. Ono woro Chlneso
,garb and tho other American raiment,
j'oth wcro accompanied to tho regis
trar's office by tholr husbands. Ono
declared herself a republican and tho
.other had not decided her party af
filiations. Thirty Rebels Are Killed.
'Cuatla. Mexico. Thirty Zapatista
wero killed Tuesday in an encountor
with federals who had been Bent to
dlslodgo tho robelB from tho Hacienda
Colon. Tho federal loss Is not report
ed. Wcdnosday tho Zapatistas raided
tho Intoroceanlc railway station on tho
hacienda, wounding tho agent.
Mabray May Be Raleaierf
Dos Moines. J. c. .Mabray, head of
tho famous gang or fnko horso raco
swindlers, who operated throughout
Uio country until two years ago, is
likely to bo released on bond from
tho Polk county jail hero pending his
trial on twenty-throo other indict
ments standing againBt him.
Winnipeg. Man. Ton thousand dol
lars' woith or diamonds, embedded in
?i mass of gold, silver and platinum,
jwas found in tho ruins of n flro which
(destroycd a house In tho segregated
district and roBUltod In tho death of
Denial of Atrocities.
Davenport, In. Georgo Mlnty. local
Agent for tho Italian consul hero, has
rocelved a tolegram denying ntrpcltlos
by Italian troops nt Tripoli. "You can
fleny," says tho messa-go, "tho allaged
order to shoot ArabB found with arms
In their possession."
Marahalltown, la. Taking of an
nntlfat remedy Is given as tho caure
.of tho death of Alva H. Hall, a veteran
pf this city.
Negroes to Promised Land.
Muskogoo, Okla. With tho inton
Hon of Joining tho Amcrlcnn colony of
negroes In Liberia, ton negro families
havo left hero. Aside from his per
sonal bolonglngB, each head of a fam
ily had $100 In cash, as tho Llberlan
authorities rcqulro that amount beforo
tho family can clear for Liverpool for
the promised land. Tho negroos all
expect to farm In Llborla. If this
party finds conditions satisfactory In
tho now country thero nro moro than
ono hundred additional famjlles hero
Teady to Join tho African colony.
k- ,rrr tA mili mM v ' v z
n latK -r-' slk.
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MR. TAFT HELPS IN CEREMONIES
Implrlng Tributes Paid tho Martyr
by Mr. Taft and Others Ten
Thousand People Attend
Hodgenvllle, Ky. In a drizzling
rain 10,000 peoplo from all sections of
tho nation assembled at tho Lincoln
farm near hero to take part In the
dedication of tho granite temple
which cnBhrlnea tho cabin In which
Abraham Lincoln was born 102 vimm
ago. Tho akles cleared, however,
shortly beforo President Tnft was in
troduced as the principal speaker.
Special trains from Louisville, New
York and other cities broucht larco
crowds to pny tholr tribute to tho
memory of tho martyred president.
New Ambassador Arrives,
nomo. Tho newly appointed Ameri
can ambassador to Italy, Mr. O'Brien,
hnB taken possession of tho embassy.
Ho will present his credentials to King
Victor 'Emmanuel nt an audience upon
a date to bo fixed immediately upon
tho return of his. highness from tho
south, whero ho Is visiting tho wound
ed who have been brought back from
'Cut off Water Supply.
Tucson, Arl.. Striking railroad
shopmen at Gila, Ariz., aro facing a
Southern Pacific order that all watci
bo cut off from their homes nnd that
they bo forbidden to got water from
water cars, nccordlng to telegrams
from W. E. Stewart, union labor of
ficial thoroifor tho Tucson branch of
tho federation of shopmen.
Wu Ting Fang an Insurger.
Shanghai. Dr. Wu Ting Fang, nt
ono timo .Chinese minister to tho
United States, announced that ho im
Joined tho movoment to establish a
republican government In China. Dr.
Wu Ting Fang haB twlco occunlrxi Mm
oflico of Chlneso minister to tho
United States, In which duty he be
camo wldoly known.
Omaha. Moro than 3,fi00 teachers
aro registered ror tho rorty-slxth an
nual session or tho Nebraska Teach
ers' association, nnd tho enrollment
Is being augmented at a rate which
betokens that fTio present convention
Is going to bo tho greatest guthcring
in tho hlBtory of Nebraska educa
tional meetings. ,
Now York. A Bllver cup valued at
51,000, donated by Horace 'Havomyer
of this city for presentation to he
grower of tho best sugar beets In tho
United States, was awarded at tho Na
tional Land nnd Irrigation Bhow to P.
C. Timothy of Greeley, Colo. Tho prod
uct of V. Dlech or Julesburg, Colo.,
was placed second.
Clovelnnd, O. James Carr, sixty
yearn old, a mill worker, lost 51,410.
tho savings of his lifetime, when a flro
waa started In tho stovo, In which tho
money had been hidden. Tho fnlluro
or a bank In which part of hla money
hnd boon placed Induced him to hide
his havings In' tho Btovo. Mrs. Carr
forgot and sot flro to tho rubbish
Columbus, O. Basing his opinion
on tho results In Massachusetts, Ken
tucky, Ohio and other statcB where
domocratls candidates wero elected,
Judson Harmon predicts a national
domocratlo landslide next year.
"Tho results of these elections have
pleased. mo very much," he said, "and
I conBlder them a forecast of what
Ib to como noxt year. It Is the strong
est endorsement of democracy that
haB been tendered by voters In recent
Both Get Grain .of Comfort.
Washington. Both republicans and
democrats at tho national capltal'are
trying to get some comfort out or elec
tion results. Tho view or unbiased
political observors Ib that tho results,
taken as a whole, aro more favorable
to the democrats than tho repub
licans. New York Owing to tho Increas
ing competition of new crop supplies,
tho BtiRar market shows continual
wenknoss and further declines nrs 01c.
COURT RULING FAVORS COMPANY
Scheme Not Perfect, but Ideal Not
Attainable, Say Circuit Judges-
Appeal May Be Taken to
Now York. Tho litigation which
tho federal government began four and
a half years ugo to break up tho Amer
ican Tobacco company as a monopoly,
In restraint of trade has approached
tho stage of completion by iudlclal no.
ceptancc. with a few modifications, of
tno much discussed plan which tho to
bacco company ltseir drmv im rnr dis
solution of tho combine In accordance
with a mandate or tho United State
Tho decision of approval was filed
by Judgo Lacombo, of tho United
States circuit court, and supplement
ary opinions were filed by Judges Coxe
and Noyes, concurring generally with
Judgo Lacombo. No ono or tho Judges
regarded' tho nlan an nnrfnrr hf oil
declared tho ideal was beyond attain-
mem anu mat as a practical, substan
tial compliance with tho law tho ninn
as slightly modified, appeared tho best
nuninaoie. Each Judgo asserted his
bellof that tho nlan is lintmnt nn.i !,
there Is no micstlon of tlm pnmi m.
of its authors. Judgo Ward, tho fourth
memnor or tho court, who attended
some of tho conferences ami n.-it w.
his associates at tho opening hearing,
filed no opinion.
Peru Gives Up Territory.
Washington. Tho evacuation by
Peru of the custom hotiso station at
Padcrra, near tho disputed territory
between Columbia and Peru and IfS
immetiiatc occupation by Columbia,
has been reported in an official dis
patch to tho Columbian legation here.
Pederra was occupied by a Columbian
garrison of 5,000 men up to tho mlddlq
of July, when Peru captured tho sta
tlon In a throe days' battlo.
Entombed for Five Hours.
Joplln, Mo. Six men employed In a
zinc mine at Oronogo, ten miles north
cast of here, wero entombed for five
hours by a caveln which choked tho
shaft and cut oft all moans of ipnn
Water rising In tho mine was within'
a rew reet or the men when thoy worq
rescued. A prayer aervlco vnn Tmiri
when the men wero removed from tlu
Kansas Course In "Hog Killing."
Manhattan. Kan. With tho mimn
of restoring "hog killing day" and the
old-fashioned Bmokehouso to tho fnrm,'
and thus to save tho farmers of Kaai
sas millions on meat every yoar, Prof,'
H. J. WatcrB, president or tho Kansas'
8tato agricultural collego here, has In
augurated plans ror a course In butch
ering to bo offered farmers' son at
tending tho collego.
Bcattle in Solitary Cell.
Richmond, Vn. Henry Clay Ueattlo,
Jr., condemned to dio November 24,
for tho murder of his wifo, has boon
removed from tho city hall to tho ponl
tontlary to await his execution. He
was locked In a cell In tho condomned
ward adjoining tho electrocution chain,
St. Louis. Hearing in tho S3.000.oon
damago claim brought by E. G. LowIbj
or. the Lewis- Publishing company,
against tho postofflce department will
be resumed at onco beforo the con
gressional commlttoo on expenditures.
Charging that the postofflco officials
persecuted him In their attempts to
show that two of hla magazines did
not como under tho listing of second
class matter, and that a conspiracy
was formed to ruin him are the basis
of tho suit.
Leavenworth, Kan. With expres
sions of sorrow and regret upon their
faces, a largo crowd of men here wit
nessed tho destruction by tho sheriff
of a thousand bottles of beer, three
hundred jugs and five hundred bottles
of whisky, nnd a quantity of other in
toxicating HquorB. Tho liquor waa
confiscated during recent raids 'con
ducted by Attorney General Dawson
and his usBlstants. Hitherto, when
liquor has been dostroyed it has been
customary to savo the bottlos, but op
a result of special ordors from Topoku
every bottle wan smacked
A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO,
Twenty-four Csrloads Purchased for
Lewis' Single Binder Cigar
What Ib probably the biggest lot of
all fancy grndo tobacco held by any
factory In the United States haB just
been purchased by Frank P. Lowls, of
Peoria, for tho manufacture of Lewis'
Slnglo Blndor Cigars. Tho lot will
make twenty-four carloads, and Is se
lected from what is considered by ex
ports to bo tho finest crop raised In
many yearB. Tho purchase of tobacco
Is sufficient to last the ractory moro
than two years. An extra price was
paid for the selection. Smokers of
Lowls' Single Binder Cigars will appre
ciate this tobacco.
Peoria (Star, January 10, 1D09.
Miss Fullosoul (of a poetical turn)
Which are jou of opinion ono should
say, professor: "Summer flics" or
Abscnt-Mlndcd Professor (groat on
entomology) The two species, my
dear younu lady, aro'pnflrniv fiietinnf
Now, tho common house fly Then
ho wondered why Bho suddenly open
ed a conversation with the young man
on her right. London Sphere.
Senator Lotsmaun Who Ib this
McCrunkerson thnt wants a consul
ship, and what claim has ho on mo
for a political job?
Private Secretary Ho says ho'B tho
only man who hasn't beon mentioned
ns a candidate for governor of Illi
nois. Constipation causes nnd acriously amira
vote many diseases. It in thoroughly
cured by Dr. Pierce's Pellets. Tiny sugar
Few Hens In England.
England has one hen to the acre
to., ilk for hen; woMer and children than castor ok,
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"That woman always speaks kindly
"Yes," replied Miss Cayenne; "but
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to Imply that she Is making some ter.
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