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LEADERS FOR TI1E TICKET
TEN MILLIONS IN FUND
3uWription Lists in Eastern Cities Grow
HUNDRED AND THIRTY CARS LEAVE CHlCAG
411 Rat !rtmrfii nl Them Arc from
Pnlats East of the Wlndf
lil)-Minr llrnrflt Pfr.
NEW YDKK. April 21 The appeal of
Fan Francisco has been heard throughout
the civilised world. From every city and
town In this country, from Kuropcan cap
itals and from fur eastern communities
comes news that all humanity In express
ing It symnnthy Is also offering every ma-tr-rlnl
It Is estimated tonight tlm t the Sun
Krunrlsi-o fund Is nipidly neiirhig the total
of $IC.ii i.ocpii ,inl will hnve paxwd that
figure by Monthly, when the Vnited States
emigre?, It If announced, will add $1,5X,
Wi to the l.f.wo already appropriated.
In the list of generous contributors New
York City ranks next to the government
Itself and bids fair to far exceed the fed
eral contribution. Tonight the. New York
fund amounted to approximately 12,000,000,
with contributions coming In fast.
The statd of Massachusetts has under
taken to raise J3.Oi0.00O, and with Boston's
generous help la well on the, way to the
goal. Chicago's fund Is approaching Jl.ono,
O) and promises to go beyond that sum.
Philadelphia will send J'iOO.ooo. A score or
more of cities are contributing J'.oo.ooo and
more; l'it twburg has given JiOO.ooo; Cleve
land. Jlfrt.ono: Bt. Louis. J2O0.000; Pacra
mento. Jino.on, and Seattle, joo.ooo.
Nor Is the work of mixing funds confined
to the large cities. From every section,
from every Mate, comes the news of con
tributions made by small towns. Not large
In themselves, but their aggregate will be
enormous, uncounted thousands are send
ing their contributions, and the grand total
of the relief fund will" prnhnhly never Ixi
known. Across the seas, In Jxmdon, Paris,
Iterlln. wherever Americans congregate, a
generous Inflow of gold Is reported.
More than JSOO.ono was added today to
New York City's relief fund, bringing the
total to well over J2.000.ono. Of the sum
raised today the Chamber of Commerce
BMbscrlptlons amounted to J2;3.730, the
mayor's committee of citizens Jii3,108 and
the Merchants' association J45,:ng.
The benefit performance given at the
New York Hippodrome tonight, under the
management of a committee of women
headed by Mrs. Hermann Oelrlchs, netted
J.11.R07. Mra. Oelrlchs gave a check for
One hundred wagons belonging to Fnrniim
& Bailey's clrcua made a tour of New York
today collecting provisions, clothing and
medical supplies, which will be forwarded
to San Francisco tomorrow on a apeclal
train of fifteen cara.
Joe Weber yesterday made arrangements
to open a baiar In the big store room of
the Gllsey house. - The principals In his
company, an well 'as all the membera of
the chorus, will act as sales girls and
clerks. A big barrel will be placed In the
middle of the room and all the money
taken In will be thrown Into it.
George M. Cohan yesterday invaded Wall
atreet, where he made speeches from the
tall of a cart. He sang to the curb
brokers. Throtigh these and other efforts
he raised over JE.OOO.
David Bclasco announced last evening
that David Warfleld would play a special
benefit of "The Music Master" at the Bijou
James K. Hacked and Mary Mannerlng
will give a special performance of "The
Walla of Jerlco" on Sunday evening next
at the Tremont theater. Boston, the mayor
of Boston having granted Mr. Hackett a
The benefit performance of "Peter Pan"
last night realised J3.40T. Maude Adams,
the star, contributed Jl.Ooo of the total.
CHICAGO. April 21. The amount of sup
plies that Is being sent through to San
Francisco from Chicago and points east of
here Is assumlnc tremendous proportions
and agents of the railroads and express
companlca say that the movement Is barely
commenced. During the Inst twenty-four
hours about 15 cars have, left here on pas
senger train rchedulo, 114 of them , being
from the east. Tt Is said by railroad men
that the present movement of supplies will
be more than double within the next
ST. PAUL, April -2l.-Thirteen carloads
of provisions. J8.O0O In cash and J15.000 more
fn sight Is the substance of St. Paul's re
sponse to the urgent needs of San Fran
cisco's stricken population. Fifty thou
sand dollars will be raised.
Frankfort Offers Cash.
FRANKFORT-ON-MAIN, April H.-The
Frankfurter Zeltung yesterday aald that
representative men of export and finan
cial circles have conferred with the editor
about openjng a public subscription to aid
aufferera by the California earthquake, but
that the newspaper had Information from
.New YoiV that It was not expected that
relief committees would be organized In
Kurope. as America's e (Torts will bo ample
fur the present need. It therefore has
been decided not to organize a relief com
mittee, but the American consulate will
Tesas Comes to the Frnat.
HOT STON, Tex.. April 21.-Texans era
giving to the San Francisco sufferers with
a will. In Houston the Post hss aire ad T
raised Ji'.yoo. and other funds will swell
the total to 110,000, with fi'rther contribu
tions to come. General calls for contribu
tions hnve been made by secret societies
and the Catholic bishops, several thou-
san dollars having already been sent. The-
city of Oalveston has wired Jl.ono and has
raised J.1.&A toward a fund of Jlo.ono. Every
city and most of the towns have raised
funds and reports show that Texans iave
already raled nearly or quite JIOO.OOO for
Fmpfpor'i Sympathy Causes Commeal
BERLIN, April 21.-Emperor William's
promptness In cabling to President Roose
velt his sympathies with the unfortunate
peoplo of San Francisco had caused some
comment in that sctlon of the press where
the emperor's riilfitorlness In communica
ting his condolences to the king of Italy
has been unfavorably mentioned. News
paper organs In Accord with the govern
ment, however, point out. the overwhelm
ing gravity of tho California disaster,
which has put the Vesuvius calamity In the
Many of the newspapers here continue
to discuss the earthquake and to express
the deepest sympathy with America.
In German financial circles some concern
Is felt as to tha possible effects of the Bon
Francisco disaster on the International
money market. One newspaper here esti
mates the amount of German tire Insurance
In California at over J3o0,000.000, Including
the risks of one Austrian company; but
this estimate probably Is excessive. Never
thless, gold exports from London and
probably from Germany are looked for, as
New Y'ork exchange Is rising, cable trans
fers today reaching 4.22. which permits
profitable gold exports. Varloua American
railway stocks and bonds were sold heavily
yesterday on the Bourse and the shares
of several fire insurance companies doing
business In California scored big drops on
Work at I.os Angeles.
LOS ANGELES, April 21. Another' relief
train of seventeen cars loaded with miscel
laneous provisions for the San Francisco
earthquake sufferers left Los Angeles to
night. It has been learned here that the
first relief train sent out arrived In San
Francisco twenty-three hours after Its de
parture. All of the ministers of this city deter
mined today to offer to open their church
buildings for the shelter of the destitute
women and children who may arrive here
from San Francisco. The Idea of the min
isters In excluding men from their shelter
plan Is that all able-bodied men are needed
In rescue work In the devastated districts.
Boston Bays Food in Tacoma.
TACOMA. Wash., April 21. The Chamber
of Commerce has wired to Washington for
permission to send the cableshlp Burnside,
now In this port, to San Francisco with
supplies. The state of Massachusetts has
placed J500,000 In the hands of Stone &
Webster, extensive owners of electric rail
ways In the state of Washington, to dis
tribute for the relief of California suffer
ers. It la being placed In order for supplies
In Tacoma, Seattle, Portland and Salt Lake
City. About JX.000 worth of the Massachu
setts supplies went forward today.
Steamer Queen takes TOO tons ,of supplies
from Tacoma tomorrow and Is due to ar
rive In San Francisco Tuesday night. A
purchasing agency has been-established by
the Chamber of Commerce and funds are
now being expended for supplies.
DES MOINES, Apr(l 21. (Special.) Sub
scriptions for the relief of the people of
San Francisco are growing rapidly In this
city and today had reached $5,000. The
Cudahy Packing company offered the city
a carload of meat today, which was ac
cepted und shipped at once for San Fran
Cisco from Omaha. Telegrams pertaining
to relief funds are sent by both the Postal
and Western Union free.
Hc-autlful display of artistic
Mantels iu a large variety of
woods and flnUhes.
for floors, walls and vestibule.
Write for Mantel Catalogue and
prices, and for estimates on your
and Sons Co.
Fourteenth and Farnam Streets
Kauplo) pne nt Itareaas Crowded wttb
People (lninnrlnar (or Work.
OAKLAND, Cal., April 21. Crowded by
hundreds of refugees In search of aid the
relief stuttons that were hurriedly estab
lished In this city are now the scenes of
gnut activity. Prominent among the de
partments of the stations are employment
bureaus, where men and women clamor to
be put to work. The survivors are seeking
work not only for the money it will bring,
but as a relief for minds that have been
sorely tried for the past four days.
Gathered among those who are search
ing for work are men who were In pros
perous circumstances. Former rich and
poor alike are willing to take any kind
of employment that Is offered. Women who
were a few days ago the . possessors of
snug fortunes are temporarily taking
places as domestics that they may secure
homes while order' Is being restored in
The heads of the employment bureaus
announced today that they would have
work enough for nearly all applicants.
Hundreds are being provided with trans
portatlon'and being sent to Utah, Nevada
and portions of California to work on the
proposed route of the Western Pacific rail
way. As soon as speclnls carrying food arrive
at the Oakland station provisions are
carted to the relief stations and from there
distributed. Flour Is sent to private fam
ilies that are engaged In baking bread for
the public restaurants. Special trains are
arriving In fast succession from various
p.earby cities. Each train Is resplendent
with banners announcing the section from
which the donation was sent.
The work of feeding the hungry Is an
other department of the work that Is well
organized, and if th relief trains keep
arriving as they did today there should
be no extensive hardship or enforced starvation.
BOSTON &KM rOMMITTF.E WEST
Omaha' Republican Wheelhcrses Are All
Boosting, for Benson.
DECLARATIONS OF INTENTIONS MADE
Fawcett, Cowell and Others Make
Clear Their Intention to Vote
the Ticket straight at
What proved to be one of the best meet
ings of the city campaign waa held at re
publican headquarters on Ifamey street
Saturday night, at which half a dozen lead
ing republicans discussed the Issues of the
campaign. Judge Fawcett, th? first speaker.
said: "The republican party has always
been the leader In all advancement of this
nation, and has not waited for others to
take the lead, nor will It now. We have
declared ourselves in this campaign nnd t lie
republican party must stick together and
not be led astray hy the cry that national
politics has no bearing In local campaigns.
A senator Is to be elected next fall and we
must preserve our organization. The dem
ocrats are only hoping for enough sore
spots to take away enough votes to win
for them. The primary was fair and Breen
beat me fairly and I am for him. Benson
won fairly and all republicans should be
Cowell for Straight Ticket.
Robert Cowell said: "It Is an anomaly
of politics to pick up a comparative stranger
to be the standard-bearer of the party. Why
did they not choose some well known dem
ocrat of Omaha? They say they wanted a
man to represent them who had plenty of
backbone. Why did they not select E. P.
Smith? He has plenty of backbone, but
too much of the kind they wanted in, this
campaign. Why not Euclid Martin or J. A.
C. Kennedy? They preferred to present a
man not known. I will vote the straight
republican ticket one turn of the lever
will do for me."
Jacob L. Kaley said: "The democratic
party has tried to set aside all other issues
In this campaign and make the fight on
Sunday opening. This is not a political
question. It Is a law."
Hay ward on the Issues.
C. S. Hayward, republican candidate for
councilman from the Seventh ward, said
the citizens of Omaha have not been doing
their duty. "Good government, or rather
better government, for our city Is what
w-o want," said Mr. Hayward. "During
the last week I have spent some time
looking up the record of the head of the
democratic ticket. The files of the World
Herald In the public library will reveal a
condition quite startling. Look at the flies
for January 10 to 20, 1900, and you can easily
see Dahlman Is a marked corporation man.
The World-Herald then pointed out the
matter very plainly. The telephone ques
tion Is one which should be considered. Des
Moines, St. Joseph and other neighboring
towns are getting the benefits to be derived
from an Immense number of Independent
telephones, and why not Omaha? Within
a radius of 200 miles of Omaha are 100,000
telephones with which the merchants of
Omaha should be connected."
Lakes Are for Benaon.
Dr. Frederick Luke, son of Judge Lake,
said: "I have always been a democrat
and alwuys expect to be, but If It comes
to a question of not being a democrat or
not voting for liei.tson I will have to vote
for Benson and Kood government. My
father Is an old-tlmo democrat and he has
told men he was going to vote for Benson,
and I am sure many of the better clement
In the democratic party are going to do
the same. Dahlman talk Is very loud, but
many of the democrats have already con
ceeded the election of Benson."
Benson la Tenth Ward.
E. A. Benson addressed a good-sized
meeting of voteis of the Tenth ward last
night in the hall at Thirteenth and W1U.
lam streets. He promised his hearers a
sane and economical administration of the
affairs of the city and his address was
liberally punctuated with applause.
"Most of the people here tonight," he
said, "are home owners, small property
owners. Tour first Interest Is In your
taxes. You want to know whether they
are too high and whether after you have
paid them the money Is being economically
spent. It seems to me taxes have been
Increasing out of all proportion to the
growth of the city and that the service we
have been receiving Is not as good as we
ought to have had for the money. If
elected my object would be to see that no
more money Is collected in taxes than
Is absolutely necessary for the running
expenses of the city.
Lower Water Bents.
"Water rents are next In Importance. I
believe tha administration should do all
In his power to assist the water board in
acquiring the waterworks and then the
rentals should be only high enough to
pay the actual running expenses, the wear
and tear on the plant and a fair Income
on the .money Invested. I am In favor of
"I also believe that In all parts of the
city there should be playgrounds for the
children. I am irrevocably opposed to mak
ing this an easy city for criminals and ho
boes. No man has a right to live here
who does not earn an honest dollar.
"I.saw over a picture of Mr. Dahlman
near his headquarters the motto, "Help
to Build I'p Omaha.' I think that is a
good suggestion, If It Is meant for Mr.
Dahlman. It could not have been meant
for me, for I have been helping to build up
Omaha for twenty years. I have been
building an average of ten houses a year In
Omaha and that Is helping to build up the
city. I have no other object on earth than
to do something. If elected, for the city
of my adoption and the city I love."
A. W. Jefferis, John Butler, Mayor Zlm
man. Sam Oreenleaf and a number of other
candidates also spoke.
Men "tart for California
Advise Relief Methods.
HUSTON. Mass . April 21. (Special Tele-
gram Foston'e relief committee for San
Francisco, headed by John F. Moores and
Including H. F. Grant, Seattle, and stenog
rapher, started today to look over the
ground and advise the New England com
mittee what is best to be done. Subscrip
tion lints are being raised by every lodge,
society, race and class, without distinction
and money m pouring Into the central
committee. As fast as It Is accumulated
it In to be telegraphed to Pan Francisco
made available Immediately. JIOO.OOO having
been wired already. Three relief trains
have started from Omaha. Ixs Angeles
und Tacoma loaded with JT5.O0O worth of
provisions and supplies bought by tele
graph from Boston. Others will be sent
as arrangements are completed.
A combined theater benefit, comprising
a dozen star companies here will raise
funds tomorrow night.
A Faneull hall mass meeting today
brought out thousands of dollars In sub
scriptions and centralised the relief work.
General Miles has offered his services in
. Bishop J. W. Hamilton of California of
the MethcxiiM Episcopal church has re
ceived a telegram that his family Is safe.
Charles I.. Young, the millionaire shoe
manufacturer snd Malcolm Whitman, the
tenuis champion, telegraph thev are safe
Twenty thousand messages have accu
mulcted here for dispatch tj San Francisco,
Such as that at San Francisco will tax the resources of jill fire insurance companies.
M. E. PMLCnER, SON &
HAVK PON TRANS ADVERTISED
SAFE" AND "SOUND" INSURANCE
The policies of companies that are safe beyond all contingencies cost no more than those of smaller companies
who may not be able to withstand large conflagrations.
The following telegrams received from some of our companies today illustrate the value of a substantial surplus.
From the Union Assurance Society
H. E. Palmer, Son & Co.,
Omaha, Neb. N
Union cables San Francisco claims will bo met
without disturbance of American funds. Law Union
will undoubtedly do the same.
HALL & HENSIIAW.
From the Home Insurance Company
H. E. Palmer, Son & Co.,
Our entire liability under "every policy in force
on property in the whole city of San Francisco three
and one-half million dollars; our surplus over nine
million dollars, will commence adjusting and paying
claims as soon as we can get on the ground.
E. G. SNOW, President.
From the Continental Insurance Company
H. E. Palmer, Son & Co.,
Continental absolutely safe. If every risk should
burn in San Francisco, the company's net surplus
would not be materially reduced.
C. R. TUTTLE, Mgr.
From the Springfield Insurance Company
II. E. ralmer, Son & Co.,
As you nre vitally interested In the solvency of your com
panies, we feel H but proper to advise you at the earliest possible
moment that if every dollar of the published liability of tha
Springfield In San Francisco should prove to be a total loss, the
company will be able to nay promptly and in. full of Its net
We will give you more definite Information aa soon as ob
tainable, but in the meantime you may' feel perfectly safe In
vouching to your patrons for the continued solvency of the old
Springfield, which has promptly met It obligations In every great
conflagration during the past half century.
A. J. HARDING, Mgr.
We make it a point to use great care in the selection of companies when placing insurance for our clients and our
advice in this or other matters pertaining to insurance is always at their command.
IPALMEl, SON Q CO.
301, 302, 303, 304, 305 MERCHANT'S NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
Telephone Douglas 29
Henry E. Palmer
Geo. II. Palmer
Jay D. Foster
The following telegram re
ceived Saturday by the W. Far
nam Smith & Co. Insurance
Agency Is Interesting to the In
suring public at this time:
NEW YOKK U1TY, April 20,
1906. W. Farnam Smith & Co.,
Agents, 1320 Farnam St., Omaha:
Shall promptly pay San FrancUco
losses, same as done Chicago and
Baltimore. While naturally large,
cannot affect stability. Our finan
cial backing assured beyond per
adventure. , A. & 3. H. STODDARD.
General Agents New York Under
afiB 'Frisco onf lorof loo
Very low Rates Tarsday.
Kvery Tuesday, balance of the year, the
f'htrag-n Great Western railroad will snll
homeseekers' tickets to Minnesota, North
Dakota snd Canadian northwest at about
half rate: to other territory first and third
Tuesdays. Write H. H. Churchill. O. A.,
1512 Farnam street. Stale number in party
snd when going.
B1RT1ISTONESJ Edholm. Uth A Harney.
Borrow! an Antoiuoblle.
Edward Callahan, 614 South Fourteenth
si n et. was arrested nt 2 o'clock Sunday
morning and locked up at the police Htation
on the charge of larceny. Callahan's
tingi'is, it is hh Id, stuck to an automobile
belonging to W. J. Kelly. Kelly ttaid he
usually keeps his "buhhle" in a shop on
Souih Fourteenth street, but when he drove
to tho plm'e Saturday night he found It
cloned. He therefore arki-d and secured
permtBHion to keep It in Callahan's barn
over night. Shortly afterward, he asserted,
he diacovered Callahan had taken the ma
chine out for a sjiln with a friend, and
notified the police, saying he, want'd the
men arrested. Ths auto party was sighted
at a number of places in the next two
hours, but not captured until Patrolmen
Cunningham and Oood ran afoul of the
craft "seeing Omaha" by night, and
brought the merry doings to a close.
fcllllloaalre Is Placard.
J. McDonald, who said ha is an employe
of Brandi-is r Sons and worth I1.iv.im,
tin the cauee of considerable excitement
at Fourteenth snd Douglas streets at 10
o'clock Saturday evening, h crowd of sev
eral hundred people gathering as a renuit
of his efforts, lie had been arrested by
Patrolman lUnn for being in an advanced
state of hilarious Intoxication, and every
thing went well until the patrol box was
reached. wbn bs sought to dissuada ths
I solicit your Fire and Tor
nado Insurance. My companies
are not involved in the San
Francisco conflagration and
during April I give the broker
age of 20 per cent to the Y. W.
Investigate our plan and ba
C. L. SMITH, CITY MANAGER,
Main floor McCngue Bldg.
Tel. Uouglas S05.
"Will in no way effect the stability of the insurance companies represented by us. "Te rep.
resent the strongest fire insurance companies in the world which have ample assets to meet
all losses with plenty to spare.
Message From North British & Mercantile Insurance Co.
officer from his purpose of ringing up ths
wagon, with the aid of main strength and
Ills hats, lie continued this form of pro
testation until Minn was obliged to "lay on"
with his club. McDonald yelled like an In
dian and soon had a large audience. At
the police station a more serious crime was
laid to him, it being discovered that tie
wore clothing stolen during the evening
from M. J. Karhan.
TR AIM PART An Til R KB ARK DEAD
Rarllnaton Freight Breaks In Two
Old Cars Pile il'p.
PIIERIDAN. Wyo., April 21. (Special
Telegram.) By the breaking in two of tho
first section of Burlington eastbound
frels'nt train No. W it 1 o'clock this morn
ing at Verona, eighteen miles east of Bher
ldan, a bad wreck was caused, which re
sulted fatally to three men and Injury to
several others. When the train split sev
eral cars ran backwards snd crashed Into
the second sectioji, which was slowly fol
lowing up ths steep grade on which the
accident occurred. N. R. Hanlon, a brake
man, was caught between the engine and
tho tender. The engine was thrown on Its
side snd the two cars which had collided
with it threw the coal with which they
were loaded over tha engine, the coal be
ing piled up in a hopeless confusion. The
wreckage Immediately caught fire and
meantime, ILanlon lay pinioned where It
seemed Impossible to save him. To pre
vtnt death by burning the other train
men, with a rusty ax and saw amputated
Hanlon's leg. this being the oVIy way in
which they could get him out from whero
he lay. Hanlon was brought to Sheridan,
but died on the operating table. Hanlon
came from Pueblo a month ago.
Of three men who were riding on the
THE WESTERN XJEIXQrJ TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
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TMoOmpaoy TB ANSKTTS and DELITEH I
ages only oa ooadltloas limiting Its liability, -which ha been o
ited te by the tm&rr of the rollowtt
out pri nied la wmuog witala outy
. . HJT'jracn be cimitImI affainn only by twpeaunc amewn baok t6 the ending otMJua t or eomparteoa. and the Company will aol bold Itaaif liable for ermraor dsle
wmhw or uetiTeryot uarcMMM egoo. OByooauwaoaouavaf leuo paw uMPaoa, nor inany oaaawnorauiacUka no
mmh' '"o wua toe ivnpur tar maomnni.
TtusMnn tiNftKr-BATKO SLutAl, ana Is deUrarad by rnqwO of the near, undw U bondltfcw aamod shoes,
. ROBERT C..CLOWRV, Pre aidant and Oanarml Manager.
RECEIVED at 212 South I3th8trtt, Omaha, tUb.
2004. CII.4K.IIB. 42 Paid.
Chicago, II. Apl. 19th, 1906.
Martin Bros. & Co.
To M. MARTIN.
By M. A
Time 8:45 p. m.
We are unable to ascertain the amount pf our losses at San Francisco.
Our head office, however, has cabled instructions to the United States branch to
draw on London in payment of all recognized claims and subscribe five thousand
dollars for the sufferers.
North British & Mercantile Ins. Co.
Also From National Insurance Co.. of Hartford
Martin Bros. & Co.
Barker Block, Omaha, Nebraska.
Nat'l fully prepared to rneci all claims at San Francisco. Indications are losses caa
be paid out of net surplus. Strength of Company unquestioned.
National Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Dire disaster brings home the value of good insurance.
Secure a policy in any of our companies and feel aafe.
train, one whose name was not ssrertained,
was killed Instantly; E. C. Fuddle was
caught between the timbers and mashed
horribly snd died on the opera t'ng table,
snd the third man was not seriously Injured.
against lung trouble can be engineered by
Dr. King's New Iilscovery for Coughs,
Colds and Weak I.ungs. iOc and $1.0). For
ale by 8benuaa et McConnell Drug Co.
DOWIE WILL NOT TALK TODAY
t'oort Holds that This Is Vollva's
limy to Oecopy tha
f'HIt.'AOO. . April 21. Judge Wright In
the circuit court today decided that John
Alexander lowl could not occupy the pul
pit In Zlon C'liy tabernacle tomorrow, as
u bad planned to do. The court h14 that
Overseer Vollva could use the tabernacle
tomorrow snd Dowle on ai;h alternate
Morphine Is Fatal to Doctor.
PIIKRIDA.N. Wyo. April 21.-(8perlal
Telegram.)--Dr. I'reston, a morphine rltnd,
died here today rrom the effec-ts of an over
d"e rf morphine, lie was a miner and
wealthy. A brother, a doctor, livss lu
Us .Want JlAm frediKsi Result,
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