The State Democrat. (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 70, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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NOHMAX, CLEVELAND COUNTV. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY MARCH 2(5. 1SH0
Headquar t er s
-IS AT -
AND ONLY GENUINE. "]ONGUELE5S
•i k $1 m u ft ti ^ULTIV/ATOf^
"Tie New Departure"
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Constantly pursued, but never overtaken. .
Anything you want from a Hoe to a Harvester!
The largest stock of Wagons, Buggies, Hard-
ware, Stoves and Tinware in the city.
When you want anything that is kept in a first
class Hardware Store, come to Maguire.
D W. MARQUART pres.
8 b. OWEN8, Vice-Pres.
J. W. HOOKER, Cashier.
DIRECTORS. j.T. phclps D. l. Larsh s.b.owens- B- hughes A. ki?
and D. w Mar uart.
Ki> H Hi Jill,
[Incorporated under the Laws of Oklah< ma.]
7he, By-laws of this Bank provides that no Stock can be
issued to non-residents of Cleveland County.
ROWMTREE, & MARTIN,
Livery, Peed and Sale Stable
BRAN * NEW
Double or Single Hncks Buggies', Carriages nnd Surreys : l<ll
Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen
Drummers Carried to alt Parts of the Country
Charges Reasonable. Main Street, Near Depot, Norman, Ok
FOR SALE ONLY DY
Norman Lumber Co.
Successors to the Cakkv-Lomhakd I.rui;i-.u C<
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Does a General
Your Patronage Solicited.
Wiidi to call your attention to tbolr
latest i-Rti'i-iiK and styles in summer
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9 business si.d Invite you to conic and see
jji thcot before placing your Orders clsj-
i where. Therein no use sending your
For tailor made clothing, us
;u:tirtutce PiitUfni'll \\ In prices,
ilid workmanship. Oil and seem
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Real Estate and Insurar.ca Agents.
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Cut call on us.
Main Stkekt, Norman, Okla.
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NORMAN, • • OKLAHOMA
F. S. DEPEW,
Plans Furnished ;md Estimates
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Notice of Publication.
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Oklahoma City o 'i . .Ian l .it 8.1
Notice 1h hereby ghou th..t ti; lui!-• ."In#
I umucd settlor Iihh llIfil nolle "I hi* in***r t « i*
t i make final proof in supp i f <if hi- elalm, ami
| Mini tuhl prool will 1 nu-V- be fen- - I Wlililm
I Probate Judge at . orinau, 0 T. on Mar ','fl
John D l. nve.
| lor the h <•11, ece I i, twpti n. rang" .' .v >
••otitlnuoini reddence upon ntid ou:• i i f
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I It. M. Dii.i.k v, Register.
l hey Meet to Select Delegates
to the National Convention.
CONTESTS DELAY TKE MEETING.
The Executive Committee Puslly En-
gage! In t'nsslng on the Credentials.
The McHlolsy and Allison Factions
lighting Much Other Will All Force
l'os.lble—A ills How lu Prospect*
AufeTiN, March 24. -From the very
start today there were indication? of
a big row iu (he meeting of the state
Republican convention to elect dele-
Kates to the national convention at St.
Louis. Wright Caney of Galveston,
tho loader of the Allison forces, with
his horde of negro folio we rs. threw
down tho gauntlet to Chairman Grant
and tho MeKinley men aud told them
he would light to tho oud.
Ho declared if ho won it would be a
Cnney victory and if ho lost is would bo
a Cuuoydofeat, oithorof which ho could
Tho attitude of Cuney threw tho Mo-
Kinley aud Allison forces in diroct op-
position. Tho Reed men were not at
all pleased with this stato of affair* and
showod it in vigorous protosts.
Tho first thing douo was the execu-
tive committeo resolving itself into a
committeo to pass ou credentials and
as there were contests after contorts, it
took several hours to complete the
Tho convention was called to order by
Chairman Grant at 8:50. Cuuey's
name was presented as tho choico of
the executive committeo for temporary
chairman. This caused tho Cuney ele-
ment to shout thonnolvos hoarae.
J. C. Whito of Tyler proposed tho
nam > of A. J. Rosenthal of Galveston
be substituted for Cuuoy's.
This causod confusion, and it was
6onie minutes beforo order could bo re-
stored. Fiually the rollcall b>gau.
As the voto procooded it was evident
that it was going Cuuey's way, and
about half way down tho li<t Rojeuthal
attempted to talk, but his efforts were
Tho ballot completed showed that
Rosenthal was badly defeated. It stood:
Cuney, 173; Rosentiiau, 200.
Cuticy took the chair aud iu short or-
der tho convention adjourned to 10
o'clock this morning.
This convention is by far the largest
ever held iu the stato aud tho city is
overflowing with delegates and visitors.
NEW YORK REPUBLICANS
They Meet In Convention to Seltct I><sl-
CKatea to St. I.culn.
New York, March 'Jo.—Tho state Re-
\ ublican convention was cailed together
v. sterday at 13:30 by Chaimnn Haouect
of tho stare committoo After a few pre-
liminaries Chairman Hae-cotf called up-
on S-'uator Cornelius R P.irsons of
Rochester to act as temporary chair-
man. He took the gavel, after making
a lengthy address, which was greeted
Ju.-t before tho convention was called
to order ex-Senator Piatt entered the
hall and hi- appearance was tho signal
for the hearty grootings of tho dele-
gates aud spectators, they cheering
wildly, aud tho baud played "Hiil to
tho Chief." Hearty cheers were also
given wnen Edward Lauterbach, Mr.
Piatt's first lieutenant, cnt red the hall,
and an equally enthusiastic welcome
was given Lieutenant Governor Saxton,
who is looked upon as the coming can-
didate for the governorship, tho nom-
ination for which and for the lieuten-
ant governorship will bo made at a later
Tho speaker's roforancos to Governor
Morton were received with enthusiastic
Senator John Raines, author of tho
excise bill which is known by his name,
moved that all resolutions bo referred
without debate to tho committee ou
resolutions, which was adopted.
Senator Clarence Lexow was made
chairman of tho committeo on resolu-
After the numerous oommittees wore
appointed the convention took a recess
until 7:JJ0 o'clock.
Permanent organization was effected
at 7 ::$) o'clock with Congressman South-
wick in tho chair, a vioa president for
each congressional district aurl a full
corps of secretaries and assistants.
The McICinley element in tho con-
vention is not formidable and it is
scarcely probable that it will be heard
from bofore tomorrow.
A petition originating with the Erie
county delegation asking that tho names
of Piatt ami Lartorbach bo dropped
from the list of delegates and the names
of Saranel Thomas of New York and
Mayor E. B. Jowett of liulfalo substi-
tuted, receive i but i'5 signatures out of
a total of 000 membership of the con-
Tho report of the committee on reso-
lutions was adopted without any trouble
and all contests settled in short order.
Lovi P. Morton captured tho voto for
the presidential nomination.
Tho del grates at largo aro Thomas
0. Piatt, Warner Milh r, Chauncey M.
Depew and Edward Liuterbach.
Tho alternates are Hamilton Fish,
JPrink 8. Witherble, <), H. Biboo i
and Daniel McMillan of Buffalo.
The electors ut largo aro General
Benjamin F. Tracoy of New York, and
Edward H. Butler of Buffalo.
flenntor I>avU Withdraw*.
Minneapolis, March 35.—Just before
th state Republican convention was
ca iod to order yesterday it was an-
•t ?t ■nat-r D ivii had wired
iutti) Tuv, npy withdrawing
• . , ••• iden:;ai race. This ao-
t. i w.u duo to refusal <( ouc-third of
t:.-' five Minnesota conventions to
indorse his candidacy. His determiua-
to i to wi hdraw makes it certain that
Minnesota's 18 votos at St. Louis will
be for M-'Kiuley.
It was nearly 1 o'clock before tho
convention was called to order by chair-
man Bixby and when Congressman
James A. Tawney arose before any- 1
thiug else was done and road Senator
Davis' telegram of withdrawal, there
was unbounded excitement. But it
cleured the atmosphere wonderfully.
The first clash was ou tho temporary
chairmanship, the two candidates being
ex-Lieutenant Governor Rico of Wilmar
u'i • . i.i uronant Governor Gideon R.
Ivo* ot St Peter. Rice won 'o 500.
!.« wh For Cmigrco*.
Waiwk HUttO, Mo., M trch 35.—The
11 ab lc.i.i 'ouve.-itiou of the S'.x'h dis-
trict et ii re yesrerdny and nominated
Ho:i R K. Lewis of Ho rjr county for
ccugrets. Before relecting national del-
egates tho couvention took a recess till
Vund«-rbllt and 1)-pew at El l'aao.
El paAv>, Tex , March ;."> Cornelius
Vundeib.it and Cnauuo-y M. Depew,
accompanied by Colonel George R.
Fioriug and John Howe, Jr., passed
through tho city on their way to Call- |
fornia. Tho party traveled in Mr. Van-
derbilt's private car Vesper.
big failure at galveston.
Econ & II. Ilium File a Dned of Trnrfe
For Their Cr« iter*.
Galveston, March 35.—Leon Blum
and Sylvan Blum, resident partners,
and Hymn!1. Blum of New York, com-
posing tho lirm of Leon & H. Blum of
this city, large wholesalers of dry goods
and notions, lato last evoniug filed a
statutory deed of assignment conveying
to B. Adouo in tru^t, for tho benefit of
Tho firm was ono of tho largest in tho
stato and did an imtnenso business.
Owing to the volume and multiplicity
of tho linn's affairs a sohodule cannot
at this time bo given.
the hancock whipping-
Tho Women Givo Itond to \|ipc.'U' t.C
ltonliain on April 0.
Lahoma, Tex , March 25 — Warrants
against 21 leading worn a of this place, j
charged with assaulting Dr. H tncock j
with whips aud cowhides, wore eerved j
Monday, aud tho women liberated on
bonds to appear for trial ac Bonhatn,
on April 20.
Whilo tiiero is considerable excite-
ment hero over the affair it is believed
there wili be no further trouble.
Kx—Jullor Attempt* Suicide.
Brownsville, Tex.. March 25 — Do-
roteo Vargas, aged and married, snot
himself with suicidal intout hero and
will probably die. Ho was formerly a
jailer, but had been out of work some
time. Despondency is tho supposed
Asm s«ed the I)e*th l'cnalty.
Brknham, Tex., .Marc.i 25.—The case
of tne State vs Brady Ruth v.or.i, the
second of the four negrmis charged with
the murder of Thomas D'.vyer, was con-
cluded yestorday and the chargo road at
1:12, aud in just 12 rninu't-i tho jury re-
turned a verdict o: guilty an i ass sso 1
tho death penalty.
Four shot a Pierce II in l . e-.rt.
Carthage, Tex , March 25 —At Bo-
reu, two miles south of here, A. J. Mo-
gan was shot whilo on his own gallery
and killed almost instantly. J. B.
Duke is under arrest as au accomplice
and in jail. Tho gun used was loaded
with squirrel shot an 1 Mogau was hit
with 111 shot, four passing through the
colmksneil, Tex , March 25.—Tito
local option election in school districts
No. 20 and :j| gave for prohibition 00,
against, IS. This inoludos tho territory
between here and Woodville. A county
election is to bo ordered soon.
Japaneio Att:icl(od by Ililu b,
Yokohama, March 25.—Tho rebel'j
attacked the Japane-e near Fusan. \f.
tor several days lighting tne reoeia wero
repulsed. Many Japanese have been
murdered and Japanese troops have
been sent to the sccuo of tho uisturb-
A Negro Lyncbcd.
Carenco, La., March 25.—Louis Sou-
egal, colorod, who ou 8 an day made a
criminal assault on Mrs. E. Martin, tho
wife of a respectable farmer iu this
ii- iL'hborhood, was tafon from jail on
Monday night and lynched oy a mob of
| 600 men.
TH Z NEWS IN BRIEF.
The United States battleship Massa-
I chusetts, on her Voildere' trial trip, !
beat tho Indiana's initial effort.
| The Pennsylvania delegation to the ■
I St. Louis couvoution will be accom- '
panied by a largo escort to boom Quay.
Senator Davis' own state will in-
struct for MeKinley and ho will prob-
ably withdraw from the presidential
| Venozuoia has tablf d a motion in her
congress to recognizj Cuba uutil the,
United States acts.
The stato geologic® , bureau has issued
a now directory of Missouri elevators.
Ballington Boot'c will orgauizo his |
Volunteers on tho plan of tho United !
M H Pemberton won the interao- :
ciety oratorical contest at Missouri uui- !
John Mikol was perhaps fatally shot [
by a man niuned Roder, noar Hunts-
Mrs. Hattie Biaiuo Beale presented
her huKbaud with a little ion.
La Crosse, Wis., March 25.—Fire i
which started from a spark from a pass- 1
iug loooiuotivo destroyed the lumber- 1
yards of the N. H. Hollo way and La
Cros.so Lumber companies j )3f( |200,- |
000; insurance, unknown.
Two Spanish Columns Take
Each Other For Rebels.
BOTH FORCES COMMENCED FIRING.
Seventeen Troops Were Killed In the
Itattle, Two Died Somi Afterward,
81* Other* Are Mortally Wounded
and Thirty-Two Seriouiiljr Injured—si*
Officers Wero Among the Dead.
Havana. March 25 —Another terri-
ble miotake. attended wi i loss of life,
has taken dice. Accoroiog to a few
detatls received two coin tinso' Spanish
troops, oonui.M'.ided i y General Godoy
and <-olonel Bolguiu, at tho Santa Roea
plantation noarEsper anw i, mutally mis-
took each other for insurgent forces
and each opened flro upon the other, re- !
fill ting iu tho killing of 1? soldiers, |
amenx them Lreutenant Colonel Felen- |
mayor, aud o officors and 8-1 soldiers
wero wotmded. Two of toe latter have
since died, 0 others are mortally wouud-
ed aud 113 terious.'y injured.
landing more arms.
Cubans Continue to (let Their Expedi-
tions Safe Into Cnba.
New York. March 25.—The Cuban
junta has received news of the success-
ful landing in Cuba of an expedition
led by Braulio Poua. Commander
Pena's party of Ss meu am thought to
be those conveyed to the island by the
steamer Commodore which left this
coast soino days ago. Tho party suc-
ceeded in lauding 000 rifles, 680,000
rounds of ammunition, two rapid ilriug
Hotchkiss cannons, several hundred
pounds of dynamite and a liberal sup-
ply of muo .etes ami hospital stores.
The party iandod. it is mid, without
accident or molestation of any kind,
making tho eighth expedition which
has successfully lauded iu tho last 40
Peua was a veteran of the last rovolu-
tiou, lighting 10 years under tho loader-
ship of Emiilio Nunez. Mr. Nunez is
nov a tobacco mere : ocin Philadelphia.
bold robbery at chicago.
An Did Ma i Hound and tinned and
Ills Valuables Takrn.
Chicago, March 25.—Christopher
8chr.i;,'<\ win■ 7G year - o'.d and lives
alone at 711 ^-onth Ferguixju street, was
bound aud iM.ged by two m m at 0.IJ0
o'clock yeBk . lay evening and robbed
of money and.papors amounting to inoro
than $50,000 Tho robbery was ono of
tho boldest ever perpetrated in this
city. No arrests have yet been made
and tho police are at sea in-tho matter.
The valuables tauen include $45,050
worth .of Cook county and Chicago city
bonds, mortgages amouutiug to $5000,
$900 iu registered government bonds,
$500 in currency and $100 in gold. Tho
old man has always kept his money and
securities in a safe iu a rear room in his
It was a matter of common report
that, no was iu the habit of counting his
money every evoniug beforo closing up
his house for the night.
Taken to Alnlmma.
Springfield, Ills.. Marc.n 25. —Girard
Chouteau, on alleged hone thief, who is
connected with the old and wealthy
Chouteau family of S*. Lcnis, has been
re.'V.rfed from jail here at the request of
ex-Governor Seay of Alabama, a rela-
tive, arnl taken to an Alabama insano
asylum. Ho has beep in the Kansas
aud southern Illinois peni tentiary and
tho Jack ion, Ills , insane asylu i twice,
escaping; from the latter.
The Directors t < V.rsigiifil.
New York, March 25.—'nhere was a
final ma ding of tho old board oi (line-
tors of ti to Now York Mining Exchange
Monday night. Each member of that
body in fcurn resigned. This done they
elected a temporary directorate. It was
said that r.here am two prominent Wail
fitreet men waiting to become members.
Tho 10 days posting will probably bo
waived in their favor aud upon en-
trance ono of them will bo e looted presi-
A Hiinetnlllc. .Me I big.
Salt Lake City, March 25.—An en-
thusiastic meeting in the interest of hi- !
metallism was hold hero Monday night. I
Speeches were made by General War-
ner of Ohio, Thomas G Morrill of Mon-
tana and F. J. Barbine of No.'oraska.
Statements were made that tho ct use of
silver was gaining aud tho prospects
wero bright for success at tho next'elec-
Spring Klsn Hegun.
Omaha, March 25 —The spring rise
-of tho Missouri rivor has begun here.
It h is risen four f< et at Decatur during
tho past 12 hours and rapidly rising
here. Tho entire Missouri valloy in
Nebraska and South Dakota is covered
15 inches in snow and this is rapidly
u e'.ting. All Nebraska streams are
full and tho tlood iu Missouri is ex-
pected by river men.
.mills severh on r-p'-in.
lie llnki i a \>(|urou< speech -n Favor
of Cub'in ileillnerriM y,
Washington, March 2 • —Th" resolu-
tion offered iu tne senate by Mr. Hoar
was adopted requesting the pres* lent to
transmit to tho seuato uii dispatches,
correspondence, etc., from November,
1875, to 1878, concerning tiio pacifica-
tion of tho impending conflict in Cuba.
Mr. Mills was ree igniz. nl at this point
lu support of the Cuban resolution in-
troduced by liitn Monday.
He said tho resolutions heretofore bo-
foro tho somite wore stops iu tho right
direction, but very short steps. Tho
people of Cuba had far greater claims
noon the United States than more re-
cognition of tho belligerency. If I ' . . i
struck for liborty today tho hear' * tho
American people would bear i. . i
thy and so if Poland or Hut y i\f
sorted the right of liberty. .
United States hatl much closer :.s
to Cuba than to Ireland or P ;r: .
Hungary for it was part of t . \V
Hemisphere ovor which the Mo .:
trine extended tho irtiueucp • .s
country. Mr. Mills declared r the
Monroe doctrine was a law of ; * •-
tion aud as such God tub tin . f
it. It was tlio same right of se
tion which an individual exe: ■•. .es in
abiting a uuisanco or dostroyiug a
pewderhouse near his pre :i:aes.
"Jefferson had use ! ■ i n \\ irds in
threatening to join E i.. m i and swc. p
the Freuch fleets froro tho so.;s if
Franco pertilsto.l in l.o'.uing t!;(> mouth
of the Mississippi rr.\ :- Tne same I
spirit hud brought forth President >
Cleveland's Veuesao. . i r. ■ -s ig v Cut- i
stood as the koy to th gulf, aud our '
unvarying policy," - i i Mr Mills,
"had been to resist any tr.iii f of CuV :i !
to auothcr monarciiy. Tho Uuite l i
States had sto )d by as a j r.ler and pro-
vented Cuba from :r g to France cr
England, and if we insisted on keeping j
Cuba in tho possession of S; alti, was it j
not tho moral obligatio i of tho United ;
States to see that Spain gave Caba fair
governmcut; to seo that tho heel of
Spanish despotism was lifted from tho
Cuban people? The day will como
when tho American conscience will be
aroused to its guilt iu pennittiug tho
opprossion of Cuba, and when that con-
sciousness comes tho Amoricau- poople
will fill this chamber with senators who
will stop that oppression."
Tho senator then read o. the atroci-
ties attributed to General Wcyler and
"This is the work f l ac atrocious
scoundrel. Ho could not bo in Cuba
today if tho United States would draw
hi r sword the ohseks of our
Americau women must be suffuiod,
how our chil lr u must blush to know
that this government stands idly by
while Spain with the koys of hor dun-
geons dangling a* her sido permits a ; -a
an atrocious villain to raise his hand
against defense!' ts w men."
Mr. Morgan followed Mr. Miils and
spoke bri fly in further support of tho
Mr. Mills' r< at on went to tho
calendar after t!i > .• p cl:e^
Tho n st of tho day was g.vcn to tho
legislative . ipr< in itio.i biii which was
Senator ii I s bill to r • novo tho re-
strictions against the appointment as
officers of the army or navy of persons
who held commissions in the regular
army or navy before tie i beliiou aud
who subsequently t >oi.-. part iu tho war
ou tho sido of the Confe ioracy, which
passed tho senate during the height of
tho excitement over the Venezuelan
boundary question. pa.4*.)d the i uie a'-
ter two lucars debato with but one dis-
senting vote, that of Mr. Boutulle of
Tho bill considered yesterday to abol-
ish tho death pemuity in certain cases
Bu s also were passed to inako tho
sale of spirituous liquors under a false
brand punishable by Ii and irupritou-
ment; to turn ovr tho property of the
Mormon church, no v m tho hands of a
receiver, to the tru-t s, and suvoral
others of minor importance.
Naval Appropriation Hill.
Washington, March 25.—The naval
appropriation bill for tie fiscal year
which begins July 1 le x* has been corn-
plsted by the lion e committee on naval
atFairs and will bo c.msiderel by tao
hous" this week. The total amount
carriel y rno bill is $31,011,011 of
which >?: 2.7?. , 13*3 is for tho in -r ;u o of
No Conclusion Reached.
Washington, March Tho c n-
ferees of the two hons s on the Oat in
ron ilatioi held a sessiou, bat wil ;
reaching a conclusion. The en tiro time
was spent in ca?.vassiug tho situation
and in living t « rrivo at a common
ground upon winch tho two houies can
CiuIt In the Treatnry.
Washinuton, JVroli 25 The treas-
ury lost -flHO,!!''11 iti i-' >ld coin and $27,-
20) in bars which loaves tho true
amount of tho reserve $1 ,'7,577,802.
.Ueinni Killed In a I Wot.
Guadalajara, Ma:ca 25.—A riot
took p. . ■ • Snnday in a lumber camp
w« st of 11-• r - .m l result I in three Mex-
icans being killed. George Roberts,
tho American superintendent, was aon-
ously wounded. The riot was caused
by a demand for higher wag ', which
was refused. A number of tho work-
men sir tain--.1 Roberts in his refusal
and protected him from bolng killed.
Charge I With Forglug an Order.
Macomb, Ills., March 25.—Miss Mary
J. Edwards was arrested horo charged
with forgery. She is a oanvaaior for
Rand-McNttlly's atlas, aud is charged
with forging Isaao Severn's signature
to an order for an i las Mr Sevcrns
was iu Missouri at tho time tho order
was given. Sho denies the charge.
Disappointed In Love.
Episrurc, Lis,, March 25.—Bon Wil-
liams, a laborer iu tho employ of tho
Iviinburg Coal corn pay. committed sul-
ci ie at their oOioe by takiug a dose of
strychnine. Deceased was 45 years old
and unmarried. A letter was found on
his person stating that ho took his life
ou account of disappointment iu lovo.
Pardoned by Governor liradley.
Frankfort. Ky., March 25.—Wesley
and Will Whitta ier, who were impli
cated in tho French-Eversolo feud in
Perry county and sent up for life, have
been pardoned by Governor Bradley.
Thoy have served four years.
MRS. MAY BRICK'S CA-E.
Dr. Helen Deasmoro < >ing to London
to See What Sho Can Do.
Chicago, March 25.—Dr. Helen Dous-
more, president of the Women's Inter-
national May brick association, is at tho
Andit iriutn en route from California to
Dr. Deusinore was seen aud
aski l what tho intention of the as-
soeiution is regarding tho May brick
case, it will bo rem -mbor m1 that the
English home secretary, aft r r eview-
ing tho celebrated eno, has declined to
i I "ago Mrs. May brick.
"Tho Maybriok case has come to hive
a international aspect of no smali in-
t : t," said Dr. Donsmore. "Whon
the fa'ti of the oaso are fully under-
• English people there will bo
su • ; a i r. :ry for her liberation as the
government will not be able to with-
stand. Tho friends of Mrs. Maybriok
do not propose to le*. this agitation
cease. There is no ilnality in tho decis-
ion of the counsel of the homo cham-
"The friends of Mrs. Maybriok, who
seo her consigned to hor living death,
and her loving aud devoted mother,
whom Gail Hamilton has characterised
as 'tho ideal of mothorhood, the inater
dolorosa of onr time,' reduced from
wealth to penury by this struggle, aro
determined not to leave a stone nn-
tnruod until Mrs. Maybriok is vindicat-
ed and fr«o."
CLIMATIC DIStURDANCSS RAGING.
Numerous Deaths From Various Causes
Occur lu Auitralla.
Van Cot'veii, B.C., March 25.—Most
violent climatic disturbances rago in
the Antipodes. The see >.nd heat wavo
scut the thermometer upward, tho
mercury c.' ' vvj to a point nevor bo- |
fore reached. At Adelaide the tem-
perature reached tho highest polut yet
re - r.'.ed, while at M- urne tho deaths
from heat, apoplexy and sunstroke has
reached an alarming number.
Ntr. eronn serious fires also took place,
a'ar;. '. v r., ntano usc:>:uhnn:im. Iu
t!. .niry large rang vs of brush have
ten a dre aud the surrounding
settlements aro threatened.
At A.ixado, Waterloo aud Waggo
t; 1 fever la raging, tho mortality
b; iug Very great.
\ Melbourne tho typhoid fever epi-
de uic has assumed alarming propoft I
t'.< etc ■ • i illed the rivers
wero all rising in Queensland.
Damage to orops is terrible and great I
destitution will follow.
TRANSCONTINENTAL A3SOCI \TION.
MbLi Features Agreoil to, but <v%ersl
loints Ito:n:iin Unsettled.
Kr.w York, IMaroh 25.—The main
features of the new Transcontinental
af! -lation wero ugreed upon Monday
at the meeting of traffic offl ciai.s, but
there ut s(-v« ral points which wiil have
to bo submitted to arbitration Ono of
th i.i is the question of differentials
which aro demanded by tho N rthern
Pacilic, Great Northern and C tuadian
it is not yot settlod whether tho Ca-
nadiau Pacific will be u m-mber of tho
association c>r not, but it agrees to come
in if a satisfactory differential is al-
lowed. Several years ago, it is said,
tho Canadian Pacific was pa I a fixed
subsi amounting to about S'/OO.OOO a
year for keeping out of California busi-
MISSOURI HAS JURISDICTION.
Can llerwifler Stop Fights on the Nuwly
Mad<* Island Nenr limit a* City.
Ill is City, March 25.—The most
important decision handed '.o v i by the
e urt of appeals from the public :.oint of
view is that tho state of Missouri has com-
plete jurisdiction over tho Mississippi
and Missouri rivers whoro tins' rivers
form the boundary line of tiio state, so
that tho state would have jurisdiction
ovor gambling or illegal whiskey sell-
ing on a boat in these rivers, or any
other iilogal act done on tho river Un-
der this ruling, tho men who havo
taken part in prizo fights on the uewiy
made inland above Kansas Citj' would
bo amenable to the Missouri laws and
the Missouri officors might interfere
and stop lights there in the future.
Made Two Deeds of Trust.
' t. I'UiTri, March —Two chattel
deeds of trust havo boon filed by tho
Kii galaud aud Dougla • M anufacturing
company for the benefit of preferred
Palei rex., March 25.-John
II iteagau is iu'i h improved from his
Or. Price':. Cream Baking Powder
Most Perfect Made
" Farlv in the Winter. T todfc a
a w it cold which de\'doped
ij11 i eu obstiiiiite, hm kingrough,
v. Ii" I troubled nietor niiiewt > \s,
in spite of medical aid.
it s | e ilk I t'o
to lake it. mill i
1 was relieved
cured me, uiul I
I /1Host n, Eatou, Ohio.
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