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TIIK NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMBKll \ , \ 1901.
Northwestern Situation Put In
to Definite Shape ,
SECURITIES COMPANY FOKMGD.
Concern With Four Hundred Million
Incorporated nt Trenton , N. J. , to
Tnlce Up the Vast Durdcn North
ern Pacific Stock to Do Retired.
Mow York. Nov. lit. There were
two Import nut developments In tlm
riillumil situation In the nortlnvoHt
cuiil both tended to conllrm tlio o\lnt-
Jlltf hollof tllllt II IllUll llUHlH Of HOltlo-
iiu'iit of tlio content for the control of
tlio Northern I'aellle had boon dollnlto-
ly agreed to. Klnnl ratlllcntlonii of
tlilw agreement will hi Ing Into exist
ence tlio greatest anil moHt effective
< xumplo of community of ItitoroHt Idon
na niiiillcil to rallroiul nyHtoni9 of the
country. Tlio Ilt-Ht of tlio ilovolop-
incuts watt tlio Incorporation at Trenton -
ton of the Noilliprn Soeurltloii com
pany , with a capital utoek of $ lno-
000.000 , ami the Hocond was the unan-
InuittH adoption by the Northern Pix-
rifle dlrcetrrs of a resolution provid
ing lor the retlieinent at p.ir of tlio
fomp.uiy's preferred stock on .Ian. 1.
As Iho control of the Burlington
road by Iho ( .real Noilbein Norlhein
Pacific Interests , lollowed by the
ntrugglo for Northoin I'acllle shares ,
c-aiwod the affair which reached a
Bottlomont yesterday , the disposition
of the Burlington naturally In an In-
foresting intention. In that regard the
Journal of Commerce says thut the
Durllngton IB to ho restored by the
Northern Pacific and Great Northern ,
who now own It , to a practically Inde
pendent basis and enjoy full and free
tnxlllc eonnoctlons with nil KB connec
tions. This Indopundonco is to bo se
cured by a lease by the present own
ers to a now company formed for the
purpose. This IB the Chicago , Bur-
'llngton nnil Qulncy "Railway com
Tiany , " Incorporated under thd laws of
Jowa , with a 'capital ' of ? 100.000,600 ,
The lease will bo announced after
the mooting ; of tho1 bid Burlington
company today , but it' Is supposed
that they will fully protect thq Qrcat
Northern and' ' No'rthorn Pacific In
tholr gunrantdo of the bonds b'y' ' 'which '
the Burlington wan purchased.
The Tlmos quotas 'a member of 'J.
iT. Morgan1 & 'Co. , as 'fbUowst "Tho
ngrcomcnt now readied Is perfect , In
that there Is an understanding that
will protect the Union Pacific , Bur
llngton , Northern Pacific and Great
Northern roads. It will , maintain the
interests of each and provojit any of
them from Interfering with the
> othors. "
Ono of the heads of the ITarrlman
syndicate declared that the agreement
meant that hereafter no Important
matter could bo pushed to a conclu
elon without the knowledge and us >
cent of the Union Pacific Interests.
Another representative of the liar
rlnmn Interests mndo the following
statement : "Tho Union Pacific Inter
ests are entirely satisfied with the
agreement. We bellovo this settle
ment recognizes to the fullest the
claim on which the Union Pacific
eought a voice In the management of
the Burlington. This agreement
clamps the situation In the northwest -
west with the final seal of harmony.
It means that actual community of In
terests will prevail among the roads
In the northwest and that there will
i r > t ' 1)0 no further disturbances of the
'financial world from that source at
FAMINE OF FREIGHT CARS.
.Roads Centering In Chicago Swamped
* .y Chicago , Nov. 14. Between 15,000
.nml 20,000 freight cars arc needed
for Immediate use by the railways
centering In Chicago. Not since 1885
has the freight car shortage been so
great as It is at present. Not a day
passes that the roads do not refuse
largo amounts of tonnage because of
their Inability to obtain tho'cars In
Trhlch to haul the freight. Ordorn
have been issued by every line hero
prohibiting cars from going off their
own lines nnd every effort Is being
Tnade to have cars unloaded at destl-
'nation with the least possible delay.
Light From Decayed Meat.
Providence , Nov. 14. Light from
decayed meat is the greatest discov
ery that may startle the scientific
world. Professor Gorham of Brown
university claims ho has succeeded In
extracting from an overripe porter
house steak sufficient illumination to
enable him to take photographs of
laboratory apparatus. Professor Gor
ham is seeking to find an artificial
light In which the element of heat Is
not contained and believes ho is on
the road to definite results.
National Prison Association Adjourns
Kansas City , Nov. 14. After hav
ing been In session four days , the con
Kress of the National Prison associa
tlon adjourned last night to meet in
Philadelphia next October. The dele
gates to this congress say that this is
the most successful meeting they
have over had. A largo attendance
marked the mooting last night. Pro
fessor F. W. Blackmnr of the Univer
sity of Kansas delivered an address
on "The Jail as a Crime Breeder. "
Shot by Jealous Husband.
Omaha , Nov. 14. Charles Johnson
n railway employe , was shot in tlio
right leg early this morning by Henry
Arff , a saloonkeeper at Forty-fourth
and Center streets. Trouble had been
brewing between the two- men foi
eoino time , Arff charging that Johnson
Avas too attentive to Mrs. Arff.
.e Munonn MYSTERY.
Klllhg of Two Women Evidently the
\Vofl < of the Same Perron.
KvnniVlllo. Im' . . Nov. 13. The my -
( cry of the two miiidciB near thlH
city yoKtordny icmtiliin unsolved , The
fact * thiilin. . ' * ! tinlclluiH wore wom
en , tl-nl bnth we if killed In the Mitino
manner ami e\Ideally by Iho wantf
permm ml ( In to the niHtery.
The body of Mm. ( loorula Ualley
was found mtir the elly lieHldo a pub-
lie highway. Thorn were linger niarkB
on the Ihnmt. The neck wan btoken.
The Huppimlllon IH Ilia' the woman
was choked to death by someone In n
buggy and then , when ho fell out ,
her nock was broken. There were
ovIdciieoH of the body having been
dragged HOIIIO dlHlanco and thrown
Into a ditch.
A mile outHldo the city , but In an
opposite ilheetlon , the body of Miss
Lena Homier was dlHcovered by
noarohorH. Her Miroat also bore lin
ger nmrliH. showing the manner of
death Hlmllnr to that of Mm. Italley.
The HlmllarltlcH of HICHO two miir-
dein to two othei-H In this city during
the last three yearn forum another
titrango hidden' of the ease. In
April , I8 ! > 8. Mrs. Mary Stork went
buggy riding with a stranger. The
next moinlug her dead body was
found In a dlleh. The man who took
her Ilfo WIIH never ( Uncovered.
In April , tlm following year , Ml n
Kleler of KliciTohl , Ind. , while visit
ing hero Riiddenly dlHiippcnrcif. Her
body was found weighted down In a
ereek the Mlowlng month. Joseph D.
Keith , a \ \ -alUiy former , will bo
hanged next Friday for the crime.
HOLDS WIFE GUILTLESS.
Rcthbun Denlen That .Woman Wan
In on Insurance Plot.
Louisville. Nov. 11. Newell C.
Hathhun , who was arrested here on
suspicion of having caused the death
ot , Joffommvlllc , Ind. , of Charles
Goodman , \\lio was found dead In a
hotel In that city last Thursday ,
death having resulted , It Is supposed ,
from laudanum poisoning , Is now In
Clark county ( Ind. ) Jail on a charge of
murder' . Under Instructions from the
war department at Washington , Hath-
bun. who Is a deserter from the Unit
ed States army , was last evening
turn oil over to the Indiana authorities
and taken across the river.
The other features of the case
were the decision of the authorities
to have the body of the supposed
Goodman removed to Jofforponvlllo
from Little Rock for an autopsy and
Identification and the refusal of the
local authorities to send rttitlihtin to
Little .lldek to testify at the coroner's
Inquest over the corpse that was
In the jail at JefferHonvlllo Kathhun
was asked whether his wife at Little
Hook was Implicated In the plot to
collect the liiRimmco. After several
moment's silence , ho replied : "No ,
there was nobody In It at Llttlo
PUTS BULGARIANS AT EASE.
Dickinson's Course Absolves Them
From Ransom Responsibilities.
Washington , Nov. 14. Such official
Information as comes to the state de
partment from Sofia and Constantinople
ple is confirmatory of the press re
ports of Air. Dickinson's negotiations
witn tno uuigarian government touch
ing Miss Stone's case. It is bollovcd
the consul general's efforts to secure
Miss Stone's release by negotiations
with the brigands , without interfer
ence by the Bulgarian government ,
will bo successful. It Is appre
hended , however , that through his
declination to permit the Bulgarian
government to exert its pollco author
ity to effect the capture of the kid
napers , Mr. Dickinson may have ab
solved that government from any
legal liability on account of the
amount of money which must bo paid
over as ransom to secure Miss Stone's
EARTHQUAKE IN UTAH.
People Seek Safety In Streets , Ex
pecting Houses to Collapse.
Salt Lake , Nov. 14. Specials to the
Herald from various points In south
ern Utah give meager accounts of a
severe earthquake shock shortly after
9130 o'clock last night. The shock ,
which lasted fully 30 seconds In some
places , created consternation among
the Inhabitants. The Vibrations were
northeast to southwest. So far as
reported no loss of life and compara
tively little damage to property re
At Oasis , In Mlllard county , people
rushed into the streets , expecting
tholr homes to collapse.-
At Beaver , in Beaver county , the
shock damaged the county court
house and a number of residences. A
slight shock was felt in this city at
9:25 : p. m.
Mistaken for Deer and Shot.
Duluth , Minn. , Nov. 14. J. K. Mc
Lean of Minneapolis was accidentally
killed while hunting In Lake county
yesterday and the shot that tore
through him came within a foot of
killing Attorney General W. H. Doug
lass of Minnesota , who was present.
McLean and several friends were
hunting and were Joined by General
Douglass. Other members of the
party strayed off and Douglass and
McLean sat on a log to rest. George
Jontson , a settler , came along in the
woods and mistaking McLean's fur
cap for a doer , shot and killed him.
Single Statehood Convention.
Muscogee , I. T. , Nov. 14. Five bun-
drod delegates have arrived from In
dian territory towns to attend the
single statehood onventlon hero to
day. Preparations have been made to
entertain 50u more from Oklahoma.
Pblltlclans are on the fence , but busi
ness Interests favor statehood with
Oklahoma as quickly as possible.
C'/cr One Hundred Casualties
AlongBritish ; Coast.
NO LINER3 AMONG TNC LOST.
Wrcckn of Small Craft Reported From
All Along the Scacoaet Floods and
Gales Continue With Unabated Fury
In Great Britain.
London , Nov. 11. The gale which
has been swooping over Cieat Britain
and Ireland for the pii t two days
continues unabated at many coast
polntH. Over the Welsh lowlands Iho
toircntla ! r.iliiH aio Increasing , caus
ing dltmstioiiH lloodH.
Itoporln of wrecks and eauualtlon
continue to How In. The death llHt ,
made up of IhreoH and fours , lias an
aggregate of over 100.
The Norwegian bark Inga , Captain
Olson , has been completely vreekod
at Tynemoiith , imd 1 ( ! mombeis of her
crew have been lost.
A Fieneh bark Hruck ! off Ilendon.
Nineteen "of the crow weio drowned.
The lovemio cutter Active has been
wrecked In the Firth of Forth. Twen
ty-three of Its crew were diowned and
throe were tuned.
The KwedlHh bnik Trio wan driven
tiHhoio at West llalepoot , Durham ,
and was broken up 'I luce of her
crow were washed ashoio alive , while
the remaining seven were drowned In
sight of thoumunlH of spectators , pow-
orloHH to help them , all attempts at
rescue with rocKotB canj/lng llfcsav-
Ing lines having failed.
TONTINE INVESTORS GO TO LAW.
Receiving No Diamonds , They De
mand Receiver for the Company.
Grand Island , Neb. , Nov. 14.
George L. AugtlBtlne , Albert EtUng
and August Glade , holders of con
tracts In the Security Tontlno Invest
ment company of this city , have filed
in the district court a petition asking
for the appointment of a receiver for
The Security Tontlno Investment
company is ono of the diamond'con
tract concerns which presented to the
public the possibilities of making
largo profits very quickly. The pe
tltlonors allege that there arc 75 con1
tracts now duo and fully paid up and
that the officers of the company are
unable to distribute ( ho diamonds or
the equivalent thereof ; that there are
about $5,000 on hand and ofllco furni
ture and fixtures to the value of $100.
BRISK BRUSH WITH REBELS.
Cavalry Troop Encounters Four Hun
dred Insurgents In Rifle Pits.
Manila , Nov. 14. Captain Hart-
man's troop of the First cavalry sur
prised 400 insurgents nt Buan , in
Batangas province , southwestern Lu
zon. Half of the insurgents were
armed with rifles. They wore prepared -
pared foi ° nn attack and were In rifle
pits. The cavalry attacked the Insur
gents on the flank , killing 1C of them ,
wounding five and capturing nine
rifles. The Insurgents broke and ran ,
the cavalry pursuing them. Two
largo boat loads of arms are reported
to have been landed on the southern
part of the Batanzas peninsula and
taken to Durangan.
Battle With Outlaws.
Guthrlo , O. T. , Nov. 14. A pitched
battle was fought yesterday between
deputy sheriffs and citizens on ono
Bldo and a band of outlaws on the
other near Plokce , a village of Kay
county. The officers state the out
laws to bo some of the escaped pris
oners from Leavenworth. The battle
was the rOsult of an attempt made by
the outlaws , who were masked , to
steal several horses In that neighbor
hood. Several of the combatants are
reported wounded. Officers In nil sec
tions of Oklahoma have boon notified
and the escape of the gang seems Im
Burns Ballot Box.
Scale , Ala. , Nor. 14. S. W. Pep
pers , returning officer for Crawford
precinct , while en route to Scale with
the ballot box containing the returns
of the recent election , was held up
at the point of a revolver and the bal
lot box taken from him. The high
wnyman wore a mask and his Iden
tlty is unknown. Ho retreated to the
woods nearby , where a search later
revealed the ashes and pieces of the
ballot box and papers , which had been
burned. This Is a capital offense In
Lunatic Ends His Life.
Omaha , Nov. 13. The body of Peter
Miller , an insane man , was found In
a piano wagon in the rear of 1915 Cali
fornia street with a rope around his
neck and several ragged wounds in
his head , inflicted with a hatchet
Miller Is the man who , two months
ago , trled , to kill himself at Platts
mouth by cutting his throat with a
Did Not Know It Was Loaded.
Hastings , Nob. , Nov. 14 , Steve Faber
bor , a farmer living southwest of
Juniata , while cleaning and oiling the
locks of his shotgun , the weapon was
discharged , the charge literally tear
ing away the left arm of his 18-
month s-old child and stray shots seri
ously and probably fatally wounding
his wife. It was a case of "didn't
know It was loaded. " *
Mew York Canals to Close.
Albany , N. Y. . Nov. 14. Superin
tendent Partridge of the state depart
ment of public works yesterday Is
sued an order that all the canals of
the state bo closed for navigation at
midnight. Saturday , Nov 30 , unless
sooner close * ! by Ico.
BUFFALO DILL'S TOWN.
People of Cody Celebrate Coming of
Flrit Train In True Western Style.
Cody , Wy. , Nov. 11.-Cody , the baby
town In llulfalo Mill' * bailiwick , In the
heart of the 1)1 ) < Morn basin , ban made
lln debut. It UHH brought out by the
moHt unique paily ever HOOII In the
Htato , given In Ittt honor by I'a ' god
father , Colonel William F. Cody , as-
Blttted by tx neoro of notable poisons.
The first train to connect the new
city of the basin with the outslilo
world arrived at 10 o'clock In the
morning. It nmdo the run over the
K10 inllcB of the Burlington's now
track , from Tolucn , MOM. , In good
In the party were Colonel William
F. Cody , Senator Clark of Wyoming ,
Major IlusHoU , Deadwood ; Major Mo-
Cormlck and Colonel Geary , Oklahoma
City ; Colonel Nlclile , Wyoming stnto
land board ; Ilev. needier , North
Platte ; First regiment band , Billings.
Mon. , and 50 representatives of the
Slourc tribe of Indians , under Chief
Iron Tall and Chief Burking Horse.
A grand procession was foruiod on
the nrrlwil of the first train. Amid
the booming of cannon and the blare
of the first brass band over heard In
the Big Horn basin , Judge L. F. Iloiix ,
first mayor of Cody , welcomed the
founder of the town and hlo friends.
Fifty buildings , mostly of recent
growth , weio almost hidden In buntIng -
Ing , and the rest of local color was
supplied by the Indiana. As the pin-
cosision of Indians , real bioncho
busters , notable visitors , lair daugh
ters of the Big Horn mountains , meaj-
urod Itu length for more than a milo
through the town , 'every human and
mechanical nolso producer became
busy and Buffalo Bill know that ho
was at home. Ho remarked to Colonel
Nlcklo of the state land board : "I've
led a few processions In my life , but
never one of which I was so proud as
Feasting and toasting the health of
the now city quickly followed the pa
rade. A hearty welcome and plenty
of all that cheers were waiting Tor
all. There was the greatest wild
game barbecue over spread In this
part of the wcat , Elk , white and
blacktall doer , cub bear , antelope
and abundant trimmings , were served.
In the evening the debutante-town
was Conventionally presented to the
unconvcntlbnal assemblage by a grand
ball. The Inaugural march was led
by Colbnel Cody. Major aicCormlck ,
assisted by Chief Iron Tail and Chief
YEOMEN REVISE THEIR 'LAWS.
Propose to Extend Jurisdiction to
Practically All of North America.
DCS Molnes , Nov. 14. The second
day of the national conclave of the
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
was occupied with the r.cport of the
law committee , revising the constitu
tion and Increasing the Jurisdiction
of the order to Include the whole of the
United States and Canada with the ex
ception of the cities of Boston , New
York and Chicago and a strip 200
miles In width along the coast. The
proposition to make DCS Molnes the
permanent headquarters , and to ap
propriate $75.000 from the reserve
fund for a building was also pre
Lincoln , Nov. 14. The football
teams of the University of Nebraska
and University of Kansas meet on the
Lincoln gridiron on Saturday , the IGth
inst. The strong fight put up by the
Nebraskans against the Wisconsin
team at Milwaukee , and tlio terrible
thrashing they gave the Missourlans
at Omaha last week means that the
attendance at the coming game will
run Into the thousands. The Kansas
team has steadily shown Its Increas
ing strength and the battle will be ono
of the best of the season. The Bur
lington road has set the pace for
bringing the crowds by making a rate
of one and one-third for the round
trip from points within 55 miles of the
Deficit In Missionary Fund.
Plttsburg , Nov. 14. The annual
meeting of the general missionary
committee of the Methodist Episcopal
church opened nt Christ church , 'this
city , yesterday with 18 bishops and
43 out ( if 50 delegates present. Bishop
C. C. McCabe presided. The 'treas
urer's report showed a total of $1,233-
18n.50 , with a total expenditure of
$1,279,930.60. wfth the deficiency
from last year the total deficiency
now amounts to $1(33,983.46. ( With re
gard to the state of the 20th century
fund it was announced that the in
come had been $14,560.53 and the dls
bursoments $ GS96.
TELEGRAMS TERSELY TOLD.
The proposed railway from Dawson
to the Klondike mines will be built
Mrs. Mary A. Blckerdyke , the fa
mous army nurse , was burled at Galesburg -
burg , Ills. , Tuesday.
Lord Kitchener reports 63 Boers
killed. 105 wounded and 104 taken
prisoner since Nov. 4.
Captain Kldd's directions for n > dIng -
Ing his burled treasure were found
among old papers In "Boston.
Now York Central locomotive No.
999 , once the fastest In the world ,
will hereafter haul a milk train.
Five men were rescued after a
night passed * In the rigging of a
wrecked ship near Vineyard Haven ,
Secretary Long Intends to send
Rear Admiral Hobley D. Evans out to
the Asiatic station to bo second offi
cer In command.
Boslo Lambert , aged 16 years , was
given ono year In the county Jail by a
jury In the criminal court at Kansas
City Wednesday for killing Phillip
Hauensteiu at Washington park last
Jcffiur- and Ruhlin T rc Onlj
THEIR CONDITION 13 PEf.FECT
Both Fighters Examined by Phynl
clano , Who Pronounce Them to Bt
In Superb Shape for the Dattle Jeff
a Strong Favorite In Betting.
San Francisco , Nov. 14. While In
terest glows in the fight , the odds nro
still 10 to I , and theio IB nbt oven tin-
color of lluhlln money to be seen.
The champion and the Akron giant
fiat on thrones today at tholr respect
ive quarters , the cynosure of ndmlrlnp
throngs. At Huhlln's training place
It wan all Huhlln , and at Jeftrics' It
was all for the Los Angeles boy.
Both nvn have practically ended their
preparation lor the contest. A slight
touch hero and there was r.ll that
they gave themselves In the way of
finishing off their work.
This morning's short rambles will bo
the last they will take , and tomorrow
will HCO thc-Tii in the hands of their
trainers nn l rubbers , keying up the
tension on t-vory muscle of their big
Ilany Corbelt , nho will act as ref
eree , said Hint the public could bo as
sured of ono thing so far as ho was
concerned , and that was that the men
would light fiom the time they went
Into the ring until ono or the other is
"There is to bo no hugging in
clinches , " was the way ho expressed
Two San Francisco physicians ex
amined Jeffries yesterday just as he
finished his road work and they pro
nounced him to bo in superb condi
tion. His heart , action was strong
and regular , which , taken with the
health of his other organs , Indicated
to their minds the possession of an
ability to go to the limit of'human '
endurance. Andthor physician said
the same things about Ruhlin. He
found his pulse to' be 46 , which the
medical man declared to be ui marvel.
The champion's pulse Is regular at
50. Billy Delaney , acting for Jeffries ,
has made arrangements with the San
Francisco Athletic club to bring
about a meeting , between himself and
Slmrkey In this city in the event of
the champion beating Ruhlln.
UNEARTH SCHOOL OF CRIME.
Junk Dealer and Nine Small Boys Ar
rested at Chicago.
Chicago , Nov. 14. An alleged
"school of crime , " with nine small
boys as members and James Kolls , a
junk dealer , as captain , has been dis
covered hi the ghetto. Kolls , with nil
nis boys , was arrested last night.
Warrants wcro sworn out at the time
for several junk dealers who were
said to have bought the stolen goods
Whip In fiand , Kolis is charged by
t\ui of the hoys , who have nuuto con-
femtlons , with having forced thorn to
steal. They ay he would not allow
them to go to Hohool , that ho threat
ened to kill them If they butrnyed
him. and that sometimes ho would
glvo them tovolvers and tell them to
shoot anybody who caught them while
on tholr thieving expeditions.
Turf War in Proopect.
Louisville , Nov. 11. The Courier-
Join nnt says : Louisville last night
WUB the Htorni center In the war be
tween the Western Jockey club and
the Amerjcan Turf congress. An Im
portant conference was hold at Sol-
bach's hotel , which was secret , but It
can bo stated that Indications point
to war to the knife between these two-
bodies. The Western Jockey club
will hold Its annual mooting In Chicago
cage on Jan. It , and It has Invited
representatives of the turf congress
to bo present on that day to try to set
tle the differences between these two
Igleslas Still In Jail.
San Juan , P. II. , Nov. II. Santiago
IgleolaH , who was sent to Porto Rico
by the American Federation of Labor
to organize the worklngmon of the
Island and who was ariested on arriv
ing hero last week on a ciiargo of con
spiracy , has not yet answered flic
message tiom Mr. Oompers as to the
cause of his detention. Ho la with
holding 'his reply until tomorrow ,
awaiting the attoinoy general's an
swer to his petition to Governor Hunt
to be icleased on his own rccog-
ni/ance. lie is still in jail.
Lead Producers to Confer.
Now York" , Nov. 14. According to
the Herald great interest is centered
in the conference between the lead
producers of Colorado , Utah and Ida
ho and the officials of the American
Smelting and Refining company , to
take place In this ilty In the week of
Nov. 20 , as the problem of cutting
prices'or ' limiting the output will be
decided. It has bdcn stated that
there is an overproduction of lead ,
and as n result a big surplus Is being
carried by the' smelting company. '
Death of Wealthy lowan.
Hampton , la. , Noy. 14. L. P. Jol-
den , president of the Franklin County
bank and one of tii'e ' wealthiest citi
zens here , died yesterday. He vas ;
formerly of Chicago and was major of
the Eighty-eighth Illinois In tlie war-
of the rebellion.
FJght OVer Dakota Wheat.
Sioux City , Nov. 14. During a quar
rel over some wheat at Letcher , S. p. ,
yesterday Philip Baer shot A. D.
Klngsbury three times with a shotgun.
Klngsbury will die. Baer Is under-
Mrs. Hawkins I saw your husband
today in a bicycle suit. 1 didn't think
you'd lot him ride.
Mrs. Strongmlnd My dear , that was
not a bicycle suit , although it might
properly be called a "wheeling suit. "
You see , 1 want him to be appropriately -
ly garbed when ho takes baby for an-
airing. Philadelphia Press.
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Daily News Job Department
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Oregon Sbort Line R. H. Co
Oregon & Navigation R.R. Co .
One Hundred and Fifty Miles Along the
Columbia River by Daylight.
14 Hours Quicker to PfJ3fj ( ] [ | [ Via
THE UNION PACIFIC
THAN BY ANY OTHER LINE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM OMAHA.
J. B. ELSEFFER , Agent.
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