The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, December 01, 1905, Image 1
THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL . , , NOUKOIiK. NKUHASKA I'MtlDAY ' ' KMailtKIl I 1 ) ( ) & NO MESSAGES ARE DELIVERED IN ST. PETERSBURG TODAY. MAILS ARE ALSO TIED UP American Cables Companies In New York Today Received Word That No Messages Can be Delivered in St. Petersburg , on Account of Tumult. Now York , Dec. 1. The cable coin- panics received notice today that Iho delivery of messages In St. Petersburg lias been stopped nml that communica tion with Finland has been Interrupted at St. Petersburg. The delivery of all mall was slopped In Si , Petersburg this morning. St. Petersburg , Dec 1. The admiral ty received the following telegram from Admlial Cliouknln at Sevastopol. "We wlbhed to terminate the affair on Nov. L'k by suiioundlng the mu tinous division with troops and issu ing an ultimatum for uncondl' f ' surrender The mutineers , howe. commenced to at lack on thu night ot Nov 27 helping the torpedo boat Evlrepoi and throe others which had drawn near the eiuiser Otchakoff A'l these vessels hoisted red Hags , after which the Otchakoff Hew the signal that Lieutenant Schmidt was in com mand of the lleet. Armed parties in sloops Irom the O'rhakoff ' went to the Pantelelmon , on which there were no arms , captured the officers and look them on board the Otchakoff. " "We were compelled to tolerate such doings. Inasmuch as the licet had been disarmed In view of the danger ous attitude of the sailors. One after another the craft on the eastern shore of the southern bay were seized by the mutineers and red Hags hoisted. The plan which was first propo od was abandoned and It was resolved to adopt energetic measure's to pi event the situation from becoming worse. The officers captured by the mutineers were taken on hoard the Otchakoff , in the belief that their presence on tfiat vessel would prevent fire being opened on it. At 3 HO on the afternoon of Kov 20 fire was opened by Held ai- tlllory on the ships In the southern harbor flying red flags. The Otchak- off then opened fire , to which the north shore battery and the loyal ships whose bieeeh locks had been re stored , replied. The Svlrepol ad vanced to the attack , but was met with a strong fire from two cruisers , the Captain Sacken and the Painyat Merkurlya , and from the battleship RostlalaT. The Svlrepol was Imme diately put ont of action , s were also two other torpedo boats , one of whlcn eank. The OtchaUoff had flred barely elx shots when she hoisted the white flag and the squadron ceased to fire. A conflagration broke out oil the Ot chakoff and boats were sent to rescue the survlvorb. Ueutenant Schmidt , who was dressed as a common sailor , escaped , but was arrested later. When the firing began a mining vessel , which had on board 300 mines , fearing an explosion , was sunk by the com mander. " Admiral Chouknln telegiaphed later that the barracks In which the muti neers had defended themselves had been occupied by the troops and that the mutineers who surrendered , to gether with those captured on the Ot chakoff , number 2,000 , the majority of them being reservists. A torpedo boat , which was supposed to have been sunk , was found today ashore. It was on fire. The Otchakoff Is afloat , but gutted. The town Is qulot. The official dispatches announcing the decisive crushing of the great mu tiny ut Sevastopol and the capture of the mutlneurs , Including the fanatical commander , Lieutenant Schmidt , has raised a great load from the hearts of Count Wltte and his associates In the government. Strike of Telegraphers. At a protracted cabinet council , long and serious consideration was given to an even graver problem , the gen eral strike of the telegraph and the postal employes , which has completely paralyzed the interior communication of the empire , arid which , If continued , will moan nothing else than the eco nomic and Industrial death of Russia. Rumors were flying thlcU and fast that Count Witte had decided to sac- rlllce M. Durnovo , the acting minister of the Interior , whose action In dls charging the leaders of the employes brought on the strike It Is believed that M. Durnovo will be given a final opportunity to rectify his errors. According to telephonic Information from Moscow the telegraphers there approached Baron Mldem , the prefect , who promised to present a petition for the re-employment of those who had been discharged If work was Immedi ately recommenced. The government perhaps will accept this egress from its difficulty In this regard. Court Frees Iowa Banker. Ottumwa , la. , Dec. 1. Th trUJ of B. H. Skinner , whose bank nt Bir mingham failed a year ago , came to an end when Judge Elchelbergcr di rected K verdict for th defendant on the ground that the evidence did not agrea with the charge In the Indict ment. Skinner was charged with ao , c ptlng deposit * when the bank wai Insolvent. * ' CITIES ASK FOR SFATE AID A-prcpriatlon Wanted to Investigate Municipal Problems. tic Molnes , Dec. L Seven Iowa majors , comprising th legislative committee of the Iowa League of Mu nicipalities , called on Governor Cum mins and HI god him to Incoipornte in his message a lecommeudatlou to the leglslatuio to make an appropriation and provision for Investigating city problems for the benefit of the cities of the state. The mayors called the governor's attention to the fact thti the state appropriates $250 to eai i county fair , $75 to eveiy farmers' lu st Itute and $50 lo every teachers' In stitute for purposes of education and Investigation of agileuHural and edu cational problems , but that the cities , which paj one half llio taxes of the state , are given no favors of that klnu. They urge that the legislature Investi gate city problems for the benefit ot Iho cities of the state. Panic at Moscow. SI. I'otorshuig , Doc 1- Advices by telephone fiom Moscow dec Lire thai that city Is In a state or panli and thai the hoi lei classes are hurrying nbtoad. Mall advices from Warsaw n > that the number of ariosts of po ' ' / ! offenderH Is on the Increase and U. v searchlng of premises by the pOlICb CATHOLICS ARE BUILDING NEW $6,000 CHURCH THERE. WAS BIG DINNER YESTERDAY A Large Number of Turkeys Went to Their Death at Bonesteel to Help Feed the People Who Wanted to Help Along a Good Thing. Honest col , S. D. , Dec. L Special to The News : The Catholics are now lolding a three days' fair , the proceeds if same to be used in paying foi the low $0,000 chinch that Is now near completion. Although the weather hap been any- hlng but favorable , still tiny are hav- nga huge attendance , having served Hnnor to over ! ! 00 the first day. A arge Thanksgiving dinner consisting ) f four courses was served , foity-llve .urkeys having gene to the block to iclp make up the menu. Valuable articles are being rallied off each night , the same being donated to the church and consisting of fancy needle woik , lange stoves , one $00 saddle and numerous other articles. At present seventeen head of cattle mve boon given by fanners of the county and through the efforts of one of the leading hardware firms of the city , Caughn & McKec$500 was given > ' the wholesale houses with which they deal. Rev. Father Vuduich and other ac tive members of the church have la bored long and patiently and are de serving of great credit in the success they have accomplished. Two Killed in Peculiar Accident. Au Sable , Mich. . Dec. L Mis. Will- lam Gaiclnei and her live-year-old son were killed here in an extraordinary accident. With another lady and the latter's child they were driving , when a wheel of theii carriage became en tangled In a wire attached to a flag pole Before the carriage could bo stopped , the polo was pulled over , sttiking Mrs. Gardner and her child as it fell on the carriage and crush ing the heads of both mother and child. The other two occupants of the carriage escaped injury. Fire Panic Averted. NBW York , Dec. 1. The dellcato task of dismissing three large holiday matluee audiences to avoid a fire panic was accomplished without accident when a flre In a factory at 115-121 East Thirteenth street threatened to spread to the heart of the east side amusement district , In Fourteenth Btreet , between Third and Fourth avenues. The audiences at the Devvey theater , Huber's museum and the Palace Music hall left these houses In perfect order. Jews Celebrate Aniiveraary. Now York. Dec. L In celebration of the 250th anniversary of the land ing of the Jews In America , a meet ing was held In Carneglo hall , at which addresses were delivered by ox-Presldont Grover Cleveland , Gov ernor Frank W. Hlgglns of New York , Mayor George B. McClellan of New York city. Bishop Coadjutor David Greer of the New York dlocose of the Protestant Episcopal church , Mayor Sulzberger and Rer. Dr. H. Perelra Mendes. Two More Vessels Wrecked. Duluth , Dec. 1. Dashed on the rocks near Thomasvllle. the steel steamer George Spender and her consort , the Amboy , of the Tonnwanda Steel com pany line , arc wrecks. The crews were saved by fishermen. Steamer Sinks With Twenty-two. Marseilles. Dec. 1. A dispatch from Constantinople reports that the steamer Bolcldlcn. belonging to this port , has been wrecked In the DOB- phorijs and that all the mentbcrs of ficjr crow , numbering twenty-two , are believed to hftvi"'be'cij drowned. SCAVENGER TAX LAW INCREAS ING STATE MONEYS. WILL BUY $100,000 IN BONDS The Amount of School Funds to be Ap portioned Tuesday Will Exceed $200,000 , Permanent Educational Fund Also is Increasing. Lincoln , Neb. , Dec. 1. The enfoice nient of the scavenger tux law In counties Is resulting In n heavy In crease In the Htalo troamiry. The amount of temporary Hchool funds to be apportioned Tuo'iday will ovcood $2 < 10,0iiil and the peimanenl education al liinil Is also Incicaning. State Tioamiror Moitonsen IH con templating the puiclmsu of $100,1)110 ) state or county bondn , thosu beailng the largest rate of inleiesl being pie fcrrcd. FATAL WRZCK III PJNKSYLVASiA Engineer and Fireman Killed and a Dozen Passengers Injured , Philadelphia , Dec. 1.- The Central Railroad company of New Jersey's New York 11er , which left Seranioa last night , was wiecked at Stony cicek , about ten mihs north of Munch Chunk. Information from ( ho vlcln Ity of the accident Is meager , but the latest iccelved by the Associated Press by telephone is that an engi neer and firi'iimn were killed and about a dozen passengers Injured The engineei s name Is said to ho Al bcrt and that of the fireman Detroy So fa i as can he learned the locomo- tlvo ol I he llyer Jumped the track at a sharp curve at Stony creek and plunged Into the Lehigh river , along which the railioad extends The combination hnggagc and day roach also went over the embankment The other coaches did not leave the road bed. ENDMERIWEfHEr.CjUn.-HARTIAL . . - Closing Day Given Over to Arguments of Counsel. Annapolis , Mil. , Dec. 1. Kxcept for the announcement of the vetdict after it shall have hern passed upon b > Hii ) secielaiy ( it llu > navy , the Meriwctber conrt-maitlal , insular as the- public is ( oncetni'd , is at an end The da > wa , almost wliollj given over lo argnnu nt1- of counsel hefoto Hie i ourt which Is trying Midshipman Merlwctlirr on < barges , the most setious of whl'c.i Is manslaughter , In connection with Iho death of Midshipman lames K llranch , .Ir , alter a list fight in which lie and Merlwethcr engaged. .lames M. Mimioc and Ueutenant Command er .John K. Hobison , the latter being bandiiappcd by an ntlacU of tonsilltls , spoke In defense of the accuse d and Judge Advocate Marix and United States District Attornc-j John C Rose for the prosecution. At the conclu sion of the address of Mr Rose the court was cleared and consldeiution of the verdict bugun. More Trouble for Equitable. Berlin , Dec. 1 The imperial Insur ance office has informed the repre sentatives here of the Equitable Life Assurance society of the United States that it will appoint a receiver to ad minister upon the company's property In Germany In the interest of ( lie Ger man policy holdeis , unless the com pany increase its premium reserves In vested In Germany , as required by the insuiance law of May. 1901. Barge Madeira Ashore. Duluth , Dec. 1 The barga Madeira , which line been missing on Lake Su perior since she broke away from the bteamc'r Edenborn , It. ashore at Split rock , three milt * from me wreck of the ICduiborn. All the members of the crow , except Mate Jam ? * Mar row , who lost his life , arrived herr Captain J. M. Dl ette had both feet frozen Marrow was d'ovvned while trying to reach th shore. Alleged Anarchists Acquitted. Paris. Dec. 1. The criminal court this morning rendered a verdict of acquittal In the cases of Valllno , Har vey , Charles Mnlato and Caussanel. who were accused of complicity in the plot to assassinate King Alfonso and President Loubet during the vlblt of the former to Paris In May last Hold Liner for Ransom. Vienna , Dec. 1. The Neuo Frelo Presse says that the mutineers at Batoun. Trans-Caucasia , have seized an Austrian-Lloyd steamer and are holding It for ransom. Count Golu- chowekl has sent a protest to tha Russian government. Death of Henry Anson. Marihalltown , la. , Dec. 1. Henry Anson , founder of this city , and one of the earliest settlers of central Iowa , died of pneumonia. He was the father of Adrian C. Anson of Chicago , who was the first white child born In Mar shall county. Farmers Save Train From Wreck. Evansvllle , Ind. . Dec. 1. Two farm ers found a large cross tie bolted se curely across the rails of the Lout vllle and Nashville track near Upton and BoU the obstruction removed just a * the a bo nd Florida flyer pantd NEW LIGHT ON FRAT TRACED/ / Letter Written by Member of D. K. C May Result In Incllctmentn. Oamblor. O. , Dee 1. I'nmtu iittm ; Attmnoy Stlllwull picRonlcd to Iho jrnnd jury InvosllKatlm ; Iho death of Stuart I'lnn-on a lettur said to have linen written by A. 1C YcnU , a sin lent at Kcnyon college , lo hlH mother at Akron , O. , telling how I'loiiion met IR ! death and dcplnilng tbo tiagody York VVIIH a member of the committee : hat Initiated Plni-Min. who w u killed by u train while buliiK Initialed Into : ho Delia Kappa ISpRllcin naternlly York's letter Is tlin fi'rnl piece of tan gible evidence that hns been piosonl ed to tin- grand Jury , iind likely \\lll rpKult In one or moio Indictinenln , an ictlon which Iho autl.oiltleH did not oxpiot until they dlscovernil this c'ttor. I'toHecntor Kllllwell lofusod to make a ttlatcmc.nl when asked about the lettei. Llghtbody Wins Cross-Country Run. Chicago. Ore I The cioss-country an lot ! hc IntorcolloKlMto champion- hip. In which teams representing the inheisltlch o | Chicago. Illlnlim Wla- o'ulu and Nobiaskn paillcipaiKd , was , won by James Llghtbodv of .Milcago Llghtbodv'n closest compel- tor W.IH Manner of Nebraska 'I h- llstunce of the IHCP was five inllcH. MAY NOT OVERAWE SULTAN FOR SOME TIME TO COME. SHOWS NO SIGN OF YIELDING Macedonian Committee Will Try to Create Situation Which Will Result In War Between Turkey and Bul garia l&sues an Ultimatum. London , Uec I. While in official ( Mules In London it Is intimated tli.it I lie povvoib do not expect the hiillan to yield as llio icsnlt of the ouuia- tion ol .Mil } line , It Is slated that oth ur plans have not been .lelliuU Ij in- lunged , othei powcin awaiting thu llniish pioposals Tim fcneign olllco Inlonned thu Asnoclalcd PIOSH that the Mulish government does not know exactly the amount ol loeicion the ollici poxvets am willing to employ , Inn It IH certain none of the poucts are milling to rchoit lo aitnnlvut - faro to enfoicu llio demands for HID financial conliol of Macedonia. TliU view of the situation makes It qulto possible that demonstration by'occu pation may proceed somewhat Indefi nitely The picsent situation In the United Kingdom naturally Increases I lie reticence In olliclal circles lieiu , and -ii Cieat Britain IB taking a lead the movements of the demonstrating llm.'t may be delayed lor home time , pending thu decision of thu cabinet to resign or the dissolution of parlia ment The government has received Information rmm Soda through ofllclal bonnes that the Macedonian commit tee has Issued what Is practically an ultimatum , that unless tin ; demonstra lion of I IIP poweis shall be cairicd tea a successful issue , thu revolutionaries aio pieparcd to announce that they Intend to create a situation which will be CPIlain to result in a war bolwoeu Tm key and Bulgaria. It U well known that Bulgaria hub been preparing for eventualities since 1887. An accord 1'aving been leached between nulgarla and Uoiimanla concerning Macedonia , Ihi'se two governments are now pro- piued to try conclusions with Turkey should the necessity for such action arise. EIGHT MEN DROWNED IN ALASKA Their Scow Crushed In an Ice Jam at Coal Creek , Near Forty-Mile. Vancouver , II. C , Due. 1.With sure death facing I Item and without a fighting chance irft. eight men were caught In an Ice jam at Coal Creek , below Forty Mile , Alaska , and drown ed. Ilenjainln F. Sinclair , .lames W Sullivan. John Luld , C. Johnson and four others left Davvson on Oct. 25. In a scow for Circle City. Henry Isaacs Andy Melberau and C. W. Adamn who ai rived at Dawson from Fair banks , say that Captain William Moore reports having seen eight men In a f > cow strike -a Jam about noon on Oct. Ufi. The Ice was heavy at tin time and the jam piled high One man got out of the scow and started to c rawl over the Ice toward the shore Moore ran Into his cabin to get his binoculars. When he returnei the scow had been crushed and Iho iinn on the ice had disappeared Alfonso to Wed Princess Ena. London Dec. 1 The Madrid corre spondent of the Standard bayb he IE In a position to a &ert that King Al fonso IB engaged to be married to Princess Ena of Battenberg , niece ot King Edwaid _ _ _ _ _ Needs of the Philippines. Washington , Dec. 1. Colonel C1 i * cnce R. Edwardi , chief of the bureai of Iniular affairs , In his annual repor to the secretary of war , states that the tbreo roost Important needs of the Philippine Islands ar a market , tha opportunity for f&rnori to borrow money nt reasonable rntos of Interest and adequate transportation facilities. Provision * for tht latt r hat b a by < ongT ( i. * STAGG'3 MEN WIN WESTERN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP. CAPTAIN CATLIN Tl' " " THICK First Time Wolverines Have Been De feated In Five Years Star Tackle Ruled Out for Slugging Eckersjll Other Gridiron Battles. Chluu',0 , Dee L Chicago , 2 , Mich H'tm. 0. The undisputed hoimi of the. Vtcslcin football champlntishlp wa vvoti by ( Mill ago by the close scotn of two polnlH , eaincd on a nulciy touibdown in the MM unit half by the splendid \votk of Captain ( . 'alltn of Chicago , but also by the poor jndg inent ( if Clink of Michigan In dying to inn bai k a punt ol ICckoisail's wl'lch ' haiel ) leiiihod Ilio Mlihlgan goal line lie was ihiown acuity the line b ) Catlln , aftei he had llnoun nlT Iwo Chliago lacklets , and two points , a safi ! > touchdown , woie leeoided foi Chicago the onlv scotlni ; done In the Ijanic Cuitls , Ml < hlgan s hi ! laikle. was disqualified rally In the game lor ilugglng The vliilm was Waller Id kcisall , ( Mill ago s ipiailci back The gamu was devoid nf fciitntiK. llillllant open bold play by Chliago , and haul , giindlng man kill Ing line woik by Mlililgiin was ex pulled by the 28,000 speclalois thill surioiindeil the gildlion on Mainliall held liiil the contrary WHS the < IIHO. Tilck plays almost Invailably wuro tin- uuccoshlul ICcketsall , whoso lemaik- ahlo powers wine expectixl at least lo hi ore for Chicago , had only ono chuni'o t a diop kick , and this was uiiRiicn'HSful Michigan's concerted of- foiiHc when hulled against the ( Milcn- KO line , failed lo produce oxpeiled in stills , and tliii light for Iho honor of the wentutu fool bull championship devolved Itself Into u punting duel he I ween ICekorsall of ( Milcago and Gar nils of MlchUan but with thin unex pected ditfi.ieace Michigan utteily failed lo gain consist ! nlly against Chi cago's , deft nso , whlli f'blcago , WIOMI | line yielded lo the niiaiks of neat I ) every team that had played Chicago this Hcauon1101 only held against the hunvy line plays of Michigan , but gained much more ground than did Michigan on straight football. Part of this was duo to the disqualification for slugging In the first half of Cuitls , the alar tackle of Michigan , for Hckorsall. ipilck to observe the consequent weak ness In Michigan's defense , directed the Maroon's line play against PntrlcH. who look CurtlB' place. OittKldo of all this , however. Chicago plainly out played Michigan and the maize and blue for the first tlmo In five years wore defeated. NEBRASKA JMNS GAME Cornliutkers , Though Scored On , De feat Illinois , 24 to 6. Lincoln , Dec. 1. For the third sue cobslve Thanksgiving day pnnic Ne braska defeated Illinois on the : foot ball field. The final acoro was 24 to 6. The visitors played their beat right at th start , Captain Moynlhan taking advantage of a fumble by a Nebraska player nnd running forty yards for a touchdown , following up his feat by Kicking an easy goal After that Ne braska plaved hc'i Kiiine , and though Illinois was strong on defense , the Nebraska goal was never threatened The ilav was cold and the ground like flint Mass plays were depended on almost nntltely for gains , and vvllti the hard tackling players were frequently quontly laid out , seven substitutes for either side xoing In dining one of 111" two halves Johnson , Cotton , Bern- diet and Dnnslow wore Iho ground gainers for Nebraska , while. Captain Mnvnihan ( 'arm I hers , until ho was In Juicd , Hate-man and Young played the best for the visitors A crowd of be I wren ! i 000 and ( i 000 saw the game IOWA TRIUMPHSJWER ST , LOUIS Kent's Plays Prove to Be Main Feat urea of Game. St. l > oulg. Dec 1. Outweighed , out pointed and outfooted , St. Louis mil vorslty wont down to defeat before Iowa's speedy backs and plunging tackles by a score of 31 to 0 To Iowa also went the football suprcm aoy of Missouri , as well as Its own Mate , together with another peg to clinch ItH title lo the Missouri valle.v championship. Schwlnn and Kent dt vldcd ( ho Individual honors. To the latter's strong right leg Iowa owes night of Its points Iowa kicked on lo St. lyOiilR , who fumbled upon the first play and lost the ball. Iowa was then held for three downs and Kent dropped a difficult field goal over the bar for the first score. He duplicated In the second half. The only serious Injury of the game occurred In the second half , when Half-Hack Robin son of St. Ixiuls was carried from tin fleld. suffering from what Is believed to be concussion of the brala. Three bailers Drowned. Duluth. Dec. 1 Three men lost their lives on the scow George Her bert , which ran ashore at Two Islands The news of the accident was brought acre by the crew of the wrecked teamor George Spencer. Two mom btre of the craw of the. Herbert uic la iavin | themselves. THE CONDITIONJF THE WEATHER Ten pernture for Twenty-four Hour * . Forecait for Nebraska. Condition of tbo weather a * record ed for the 24 houra ending at 8 a. in. odfiy : Maximum uu Minimum iu \veing ( > 17 latomeler IMI.ilfl. Trnco of lulu. ' rnln for mouth 2 ! lf ! 1'iilal tain for year 117 Hit ChlcniM ) , Dee I The bulletin IH lined by the Chicago station of the hilled States weather bureau thli nooning , given the forccniit for No- inuika an follown : Snow or inln tonight with colder M'st poilInn Kaluidii ) generally fair ind colder Kansas Hells Up 24 Points. KnnniiH ( Mlv , Dec. 1. Hcfoio 7,000 'ontball onllmsliiHlH , the largest crowd hat ovot witnessed a gildlron contest n KUIIHIIH ( Mly. Iho UnivoiMty of Kan ran rnotball I nun defeated the Unlvcr Hlly of Mls oiirl eleven In Iho fifteenth iiinual game b ) a score of 21 to 0. Skull Fractured In Game. Sullivan , Ind , Dec. I Right Half lack Wllllnni of the Qwcmwlllc AIM die club sustained a nurtured skull \n a football game here. Ills condl Ion Is scrloun BUT HIS WIFE SAYS SHE DOESN'T CARE AT ALL. HE WILL GET OVER HIS CASE Cincinnati Woman Invited Young Lady to Her Home The Young Woman Fell In Love With Hostess' Husband and Can't Live Without Him. ( Mnclnnall , Dec 1. "Olvo hint tlmo , if'll gel over li. " Thnl IH the advice Mrn. Marlon Hub jell ol llopklim Htieet handed out to ealouKlveH today. MIH. llubbull mows what HIO | IH talking about , or liinkH idio docH. Her huHlmnd , an elect i leal cnglncci , IH In love with irctty MlHH Vi'Hla Hull , aged 17. of Wilmington , Ohio. MIH llubbell and her husband alked the' matter ever Sunday and the wife decided thai she would take her liancc cm her husband lecovcrlng ; lioin liiH Infnlnutli.n Hither than get i dlvoice. [ 'or n week MlHH Hall had boon a guest In tin ; llubbell homo. She told Htorlns to the llubbell chlldion , tdio iclped MIH llubbell cook for thu man they both love , and MrH. Ilubbell treat ed her just at : Hho would any oilier guest. Sunday Miss Hall icturned. Hubbell - bell took her homo and returned to IIIH woik today. "I suppose It seems Htiange lo KOIIIO people , " said Mis. llubbell , "but I sen no leason lor separation Irom my bus liand just hi cam ; ? In1 IH Infatuated with a pretty girl. Most men are , at one time 01 another , and tin ; only dlf feieiicp theio is between myself and other women Is that I have my IIUH band's conlldcnco. My husband met Miss Hall while In Wilmington last summer , where ho boarded with Miss llall'H mother. The girl Is full of ro mance I lei love is a matter of the' Imagination. Mine is practical. She * would never wash and slave for a poor working man ami his two children , but llubbell doesn't know this. He'll wake up some day and our homo will be as happy as It was before ho met MISH Hall. " "I linvu wronged neither of these women , " said llubbell himself today. "Thoy aie both good , pure women , and their only fault , If such It can be termed , is that they both love so well that neither can give me up. My at tentions to MlHH Hall since I knew she loved me so passionately have been only those any man would pay to u gcod girl friend. She simply loves to be with me and near mo" Miss Hall said : "I would rather dlo than cease to love him ; It makes no dllforunco to me that he IH married. When be is away from mo my life is like the darkness. " Game Ends in a Wrangle. Columbus , O. , Dec. I The football loam of the University of Indiana de feated Ohio State university by I he- Mine nt n to o The gnme ended In a wrangle and almost a riot , as a re sult of vviili h Dr ( ' 1C Harris nf Illoomlnglon , Ind . head linesman , bad to be osooitod lo bis hotel under po lieu protection Lske Steamer on the Rocks , Alpenu Mich , IHe. 1 The steamer ' iJInan-l Schleilnget ran ashore at I'uUe 1'ic que Isle point , during th storm The vessel Is on the rocks at the outer end of the point. Kansan Burned to Death. Scranton. Kan. , Dec. 1. Alex Con nor , nged eighty years , the first mayor of Scranton. was burned to death In the destruction here of bis home , which he occupied alone. Standard OH Warehouse Burns. Kai-.as City. Dec. I.--The ware house of the Standard Oil company at Kansas avenue and Baird Mieot. Ar- mourdale , was dentroyed by fire , caua- U A IOM of $171.000.