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THE BEST Op EVERYTHING rlor. Buffet Parlor and Cars and. Sleepers. STATE WISCONSIN MAIL. ' oiau. Gnu B y QrWa lal ISCONSIN SPECIAL. NORTH. WESTERN LIMITED n Claire 6'- PaoX. Tjaix OVERLAND LIMITED. f J. ST S Va"- AU oiBU OB rj55 For Pefie Salt Lak and. B w lx Ut Gr If rqtt O ptr LIMIT S. llRON RANGE rcIoo EXPRESS TRAINS. va 00 a. IB a am 100 u u-liflOp.nwliJUp.Tn. Always trf cellar needs it. buyer likes it user Is satisfied demand is enormous and universal. The supply will never vary tram Its tsDdrd SI quality. HUNTER BALTIMORE RYE Is the leader whiskey of America. It U Always Uniform Pure Old Mellow STArnjCT. ResrestntatlTS. rd Iu11thng. Chicago. 111. can safely begin ring at the tojp or Fedora 250 or it styles and leadiig are here to chocse ic prices 100 to 150 tatters' prices. variable heads the n w Derby a bump Derby style with soft ea s IIsg thus earri d r SvV- IUITS it Sit sold list sonuns taall neas its. go at 14. aJt P Purco CtOTHI IO r. M. ATWOOD IECK AT THIRTY man ruches thirty years h I be at his belt. Those wI ku j the laws of naturebegi that age to pay the penalt leep. tailing ambition. nervi vital weakness puns in th shoulders are tne commo is. Drugs will not cnr f but Dr. Mclaughlins Elee I it a cure for this cenditlO BC west tarn with new v bile you lcep. SenJ for e boalc about it. A McUUQHLIN TATE STL CHICAGO RVELS of BEAUT' a 3 J 3 1 are beautitut odern piano bujldlfl possess in the hlgpe these essential quaUU artistic piano dellcaV nrityof tone power ac a quality. Sons Piano Co. rsrs mi t me TRIBUNE BUNS WILD ON L" TRACK PEOPLE hURT A D DAM. AGED TRAIN SPEEDS OX. Accident on be Ninth Avenue Line la jCTr York Reader the Engineer Senseless lint lie Reeotera In Time to Stop Train Before Further Harm Is Uoae Said That the Whlt- e7 Syndicate Will Absorb Third AYeane Ceaeral Sec of Gotham. W YORK BUREAU CHICAGO TRIBUNE. New York. larch 18. I Stricken senseless at the throttle. an engineer on the Ninth Avenue Elevated railroad laid In his cab early L0 Road Train tnl morning hlle Wild his Ud tram s Wild scraped past an ob- Accident trucdon Just below Rector street. Eleven otter personl were injured before the engi- seer recovered sufficiently to shut off the power and prevent a worse disaster Im pending. Of the injured five were taken In ambulances to the. Hudson Street Hospital. The remainder were able to proceed to their homes after their injuries had been dressed by the. ambulance surgeons. The train to which the accident happened had two passenger cars. It left South Ferry at S JO a. zn. bound for Harlem. Less than a block below the Rector street station U the coaling station. from which fuel Is un info th tenders by means of a heavy Iron chute. which Is lowered from a platform' In front of a building on the right hand side of the track. Engines in need of fuel signal the coal tender. and come to. a halt In front of the chute. When not in use the chute is raised by a counter weight just high enough , to clear the roofs of passing trains. Bulow the engineer. was shutting off steam to stop at the Rector street station. and his engine was almost abreast of the coaling station when the heavy chute was suddenly lowered and went tearing through the roof of the cab and Of the two succeeding cars. The engineer was knocked down. and In falling pulled open the throttle and the train went whirling up the track at top speed to Barclay street. There Barlow re covered. and brought the train to a halt. Of' the passengers in the two cars hardly one escaped without some Injury. The chute was In charge of James Gallay and the only explanation that he could r for the peculiar accident was that the chute bad been jolted down by the vibration of. the approaching train. Justice E. L. Fursman said at Troy tonight that a decision in the Sapho case would be sent to the interested parties tomorrow. The Third Avenue railroad company with Its subsidiary lines. Including- the Dry Duck the second street and Maxihat- Whitney Syndicate tnnvIfle. and the to Absorb Huckleberry roads. will be absorbed. It Is T rd Avenue. said by the Metropolitan Street railway company as soon as the affairs of the looted road are got Into proper shape for consolidation by Receiver Grant. Already the Metropolitan officials generally referred to as the Whitney syndicate have been quietly gathering in the stock and securities of the Third Avenue road at a low figure. The project for taking In and consolidating all the surface roads of Greater New York has long been under consideration by the Whitney syndicate. When the Third Aye- floe people began to feel the end was near. Kd ard Lauterbach was sent to see Mr. Whitney. to obtain help from him through consolidation or en advance of money to tide over the difficulty but the" people. who had been waiting for the plum to drop la their hands declined. 71113 had. its erect. upon the falling for. trmei of the Institution. Then when the stock reached Its low figure the Metropolitan people began buying U In. The man in control as temporary receiver was their friend. if. la txow the permanent receiver Hugh 7. Grant. Alter the absorption of Third Avenue. it la said the Brooklyn Rapid Transit system will be looked after. and when the conditions warrant U will be absorbed and the only opposition will then consist of the Manhattan Elevated system. This opposition Is not considered of great Importance as it is conceded the Metropolitan railroad will operate the underground road when completed. The United States transport J5urnsd arrived today from Ban Juan. Santiago and Glbara with forty cabin passengers and two discharged and f furloughed soldiers etc. Among the latter are twelve prisoners and fifteen guards. The Burnside brought nine soldiers" bodies. iihop Henry C. Potter formally announced at. the morning service In Grace Church today that Bishop Potter the object of his re- Explain His f S S PUXIOe. pine Islands was to extend the Influence of the American Protestant Episcopal Church In the new possessions of the United States government He began by saying My trip to Honolulu and the Philippines had for Its object the extension of the influ- ence of the Protestant Episcopal Church in those islands. My observations convince me that the Protestant Episcopal Church should be extended in both Hawaii and the Philippines and that It is now the clear duty of the speaking people to see that the Christian religion is firmly established among the inhabitants of those Islands. Bishop Potter told of the work done by foreign missions in Shanghai Canton. Hong- tonr. Singapore Calcutta. Rangoon. and Colombo inCeylon. He dwelt particularly on the labors of the missions in British India. where at the time of his visit between 3000000 and 4000000 of the natives were dependent absolutely upon outside aid for the meager food necessary to them alive. Although he Is 72 years old and has not t d a square meal for many a day. Samuel Weed says that he Is Billing to work at his Aged I Lacemaker 8W wSk ftf Attribnte. Poverty work twelve hours a to Trusts. day at that. The old man sat In the Brooklyn airnshouse today. It was his first day as a dependent on public charity and he didn't like it. He is a keen little man with bright eyes. shaggy gray beard and bent with woe and trouble. He looked furtively at the other. unfortunates round him. lie hardly cared to speak to then What brought toe here he said in an- wsr to' a question. Trusts and luck. Not ttit I trusted to luck. The trusts killed me ad luck went against me. I don't want to live In the almshouse If I can only get 4 a week. I'm not afraid of hard work. I make laces delicate fine bees. I learned to make them in my home b Nottingham. England. and I followed my trade and prospered. Thirty years ago I e to the United States' with plenty or ney and a lot of high grade machinery. I did well until the trusts took all the busl- atIs. The New York Commercial contained a & T yesterday saying that steel rails as they have been turned1 Said That out under the enor- Ste i Bails Mi f10" d mand ot the last year or more. unsafe have not been en- tlrelrsafe because of Sn percentage of phosphorus which makers are willing should enter Into manufacture. Tomorrow morning the outmercial will print another article show. j that the demand for rails during the wo years ha been greater than ever worn was known in the history of the i nftea States. There were 2440767 tons of I Zes4y for Bessemer steel last year and Is this raa which Is now said to be not t 7 n examination of the transactions of. JJ American Institute of Mining Engineers Commercial finds that the proportion of s allowed In the manufacture of steel rails is 05 to 11 per cent s said that most of the rails made the great boom In iron have con- r d phosphorous largely in excess of this. lchard P. Rothwell. editor of the En- rta and Mining Journal says IttTo no doubt tnattbe great demand for steel rails has led the makers to market rails that they would not have thought ol putting on the market under normal conditions. They have simply yielded to th clamor for rails and to meet it have been obliged to sacrifice safety to quantity Every rail manufacturer knows the danger of the use of phosphorus laden ores and every railroad man ought to know If he doesn't. The only compensating feature la that these brittle rails have been made heavlerjj This was made necessary by the Increasing weight of all rolling stock. Four hundred boys and girls In Public School No. 10. at. Seventh-avenue and Seven teenth street. Brook. School City" lyn. are organized with Maybr and J SSSSJ Common Council. of a Mayor and ComT mon Council. The orr ganlzer of this mimic municipality is Prln clpal Homer C. Bristol. About three months ago he and Jameswrlght chairman of th Local committee were Interested in an arti tie on the workings of such an addition 10 school Ute. They decided to try the experiment la School 10. and Wilson R. Gill of Manhattan President of the Patriotic. league andthe chief exponent of the mimic municipality plan met the teachers of Principal Bristol's school to explain the- organization of such a city. The grammar grades of the school are now organized under a charter modeled on that of the City of New York. It was granted by Principal Bristol on the application of the pupils and an election was held last Tues day at which a Mayor. Chief of Police. Counj- cU. Judges and court officials for separate courts for boys and girls were elected. Sheriff Barkley of Middlesex County. N. Jj. has a prisoner who sings night and day. Her name is Annie Fazekas. She Is song crazy Insane she' received word of 1 a7- the sudden death of 4 her mother. The shock unnerved the girl and the family by whom she was employed ed at Newznarket became alarmed because of her queer actions. She burst out In song and has since done little else. Dr. Wild said she was insane. nd she was taken to tie county jail in New Brunswick. The girl sits constantly with her hat anfl coat on as If in church and holds a prayer book In her hand. which she reads at inteij- vale. Her voice Is rather sweet and inmates of the jail sit by the hour and listen to her. The Rev. Dr. C. W. Dress a missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church will sajl tomorrow by the Methodist team San Juan for Missions for Porto RICO to est jiLiasiuiia iut y the work of ml- Porto Rico. sions of his denomination In the island. The doctor has had wide experience In missionary labors among speaking people having served for thirteen years each a superintendent of the Methodist Epteod- pal missions In Mexico and South America traveling and preaching in all sections of the latter country but Venezuela and the Gulanas. This will be the Initiative work of the Methodist Church In the Island. At the time of the American invasion the Anglican Episcopalians had a church in Ponce. which however. has been closed for two years. With this beginning the Episcopal Church was the first of the Protestant denomination to follow In the wake of American occupation and establish missionary work among the people of the Island. Since then the Presbyterians and Baptists have organized and established missions which are being conducted with zeal and en thuslasm. All the missionaries sent to this post speak Spanish. The Baptists have six mlseionarIes at work and have bought church property' at Rio Pledras about eight miles from Son Juan and connected with It by a suburban line. Stop him shouted a woman who was pursuing a wild-eyed than through Broome street today. He's my husband and he's Catches Husband deserted me. But ij Crying slot one went to her J Assistance. The man Stop Thief would have escaped. had it not been for the woman's wit. Quick as a flash she tore at her hair and erie Stop. thief Stopthiet This bait took well. Fifty persons took u p the cry. and several hundred men and worn a chased the man and caught him. Woman remarked Magistrate lioga i. before whom she marched her husband a the Essex Market court. I wish to romp 1- zoent you on your common sense. You cc tainly did the right thing at the right time Assemblyman Leon Sanders appeared a he husbands behalf and. the se was al- journed until tomorrow. The man wrfs Wi lam Miller of 118 Delaricey street. An attack In which fraud Is charged ii LS been made In the Supreme Court by JOSE ii R. Megrue again it Charges Against the firm of Mclntye mL.f Wardwell and tie lour United States Floir Promoters. Milling company be t. tee known as tjie flour trust. Mr. Megrue who is a wealthy retired merchant alleges through John it. Gardner that on May 17 1800 thedefend ants represented to him that they were tie owners of sixty first mortgage bonds of tie par value of 1000 each. Issued by the Flojir Milling company secured by a first mort- gage for the sum of 7500000 upon the com party's property in different parts of the United States. It Is charged that the firm of e Wardwell pretended that the company was doing a profitable business and had be n for some time earning enough to pay t te interest upon Its bonds and a dividend up m the common and preferred stock. It was also represented it is alleged that the bon Is could be listed upon the New York Stok Exchange a few days after May 171809. Mr. Megrue declares that all of thejse statements were false and untrue and were made to Induce him to purchase the bonds at the agreed price of 57000 and to pro cure from him 12000 as part of the piii chase price. Twenty thousand clgarmakers were represented at a meeting this afternoon fin Bohemian National Han. In. East Seven- Vote Aid third street 1 to the Striking 10600 a week to the Cigarmakers. 2200 striking men and women employed by Herbs Werthe i Schifter. Among the 150 delegates thre were ten women and there were two or three score of women among those who gathered to watch the deliberations of the conference. Albert Maronsek. President of the rent ral Federation union presided and forty-five cigar factories were represented at the me it- Ing. The money for the strikers will be taken from the clgarmakers' strike fund which amounts to 250000. and every man who Is working will contribute 50 cents each we ek to the strikers. There is excitement In the Seventy-fl st Regiment over a meeting of the regimen al. officers called for Seventy-first morrow evening and j an election for Jun or Stirred by Major called for Tu ss- an Election. day night. CaptiJn Frank H. Wens of Company F and Captain William It I n- son of Company D are the candidates or Major. Several weeks ago art election v as held at which Wells was beaten by Un on by a small majority. The election was p o tested and was declared void. A number of officers who had been elected just previous to the balloting had been unable to get past he Examining board In time to vote. N w these officers will vote and it Is said all of them will support Wells. Both candidates for Major saw service at Santiago. Captain Unson was in comm nd of Company D at San Juan and Capt On Wells was Major there. Captain Wells Is now the senior Captain of the fiM and. having been a Major in the field his friends say' that it is an outrage to pu a junior ahead of him. The friends oLW lls have nothing to say against LInson. but b- Ject to the Influences which th y say are be hind him. i It Is a fight between the men who wen to Cuba and the stay-at-homes To t tnre at Central T. M. C. A. Dr. U. I. wmtt of. the- University of Chlcaco win deliver a lecture to men under the auspices of ths TOW Bible Study learni at Central T M. C. A. today from to 1 o'clock en The Pleat Century of Christian History. TALK OF CARTERS GAINS. POLITICIANS COMIENTIfGON TUIIU FORTH WARD SIEBTINO. Surprise at Way la Which Former Op.- ponents Are Driven by Sentiment of Voters to Unit Little Left for Han- ecy In 111 ssloual District- Program of Ail Addresses for the Week Beginning with Law Class Tonight County Democracy's Trip. The manner In which the politicians of the Thirty-fourth Ward hastened to enroll themselves under the Carter banner Saturday evening- has caused even more comment In political circles than the defection of the managers. In the. Thirty-first Ward from machine candidates. The spectacle of Kltt Gould and Alderman Math. for years Irreconcilable elements In the Republican politics of the Thirty-fourth Ward. getting together In favor pf the candidacy of Judge Carter is taken on all sides to- mean that they had concluded there was no use In attempting to combat the predominant sentiment of the Republicans of the. ward. The manner in which the. meeting came to be held Is an interesting story. It seems that Messrs. Gould and Magee had made a canvass of the ward south of Sixty-seventh street to discover the feeling of the people as between Carter and Hanecy. It was known that the section north of Sixty-seventh street was all for Judge Carter. but in the part to the south the machine claimed strength. especially In Pullman and Burnside To the surprise of the machine managers however. the railroad employts in the shops at Bur had started a movement in favor of Judge Carter without consulting any one and on their own account. and inquiry in Pullman. showed" the feeling there also was all In favor ofJudge Carter. Find Five to One for Carter. The canvass although made by people who looked at the situation through Hanecy. tinted spectacles showed a majority of five to one in favor of Judge Carter. Mr. Gould and his friends argued that If they had found such a situation It must really be worse for the machine as much of the In formation they had been able to gather came from sources prejudiced in Judge Hanecys favor. So they proceeded to hold. the meeting of Saturday evening and get themselves in line with what they had found to be the sentiment of the ward. and the movement was made the stronger by the joining with It of the forces which In former years had fought Messrs. Gould. Magee et al. for the control of the ward. Outside of showing the trend of Republican sentiment the meeting was important. as the Thirty-fourth Ward is a part of the First Congressional District. which was at the start claimed to be back of Judge Han ecy. That candidate has claimed all along in his speeches outside of Chicago that the reason for his candidacy was that he had been called to the Governorship by the Republicans of the great Congressional district in which he lives. To disprove this.- first the Thirty-first Ward declared against him. now the Thirty-fourth has followed and the claim is made confidentially that Dr. Jamleson and with him Judge Hanecy will be repudiated by the big Thirty-second Ward. The Carter people have Invaded the Fourth with a strong organization and the assertion Is made by the machine Re. publicans that when the primaries are over the only ward In the district Judge Hanecy can count on as giving him a solid support will be his own the Third while the great majority of the delegates from the district to the State convention will be against him. To Address Law Students. Judge Carter this evening will address the political club of the Chicago College of Law at the Athenaeum Building. This club Is composed of ISO students of the school and their sentiment is In favor of Judge Carter who is one of the lecturers of the college faculty. They accordingly invited him to speak to them on political subjects. Judge Carter left for WhUeside County last evening. He will be in Morrison and Sterling today returning this evening. Tomorrow he goes to Paxton and on Wednesday he will be in Tuscola Mattoon. Charleston and Champaign. returning to Chicago on Thursday Democracy Going to Milwaukee. At a meeting of the County Democracy during the day arrangements were made for a trip to Milwaukee Saturday in the interest of the candidacy of Mayor' Rose for reelection. The club expects to turn out 400 strong on the visit. INTEND TO REFLECT MARSH. Republicans In Fifteenth Congressional District Are at Work. Plans of Other Sections. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION RESULTS. Instructed for Reeves 81 Instructed for yet. 64 Instructed for Hanecy 18 Instructed for Brown 7 Unlnstructed 263 Contesting delegates 60 Delegates selected 4 9 E legate to State convention 1S32 elevate yet to be chosen 1 Oi3 REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS TODAY. Lawrence County At Lawrencevlll Hamilton County. At o BY A STAFF CORRESPONDEJfT Quincy Ill. March 18. Special The Fif teenth Congressional District will renoml- nate Benjamin F. Marsh. It Is a Democratic district but the Colonel gets elected every time. Some counties in the Fifteenth were a part of the old Marsh district where year after year. the rival factions met at Bushnell and other places engendering strifes and jealousies which finally resulted in sending a Democrat named Neece to Con. gress. The lessons of years ago have ever since that time been brought to the attention of the rising generation as awful examples of what internal war will do to a party. Marsh is beloved by his party in this district and if the truth must be written the Republicans of the Fifteenth District have a greater interest In Marsh's reflection to Congress than they have In Instructing the various counties in the Interest of Shelby 11. Cullom. Trouble in Peoria. Joseph V. Graff will In all probability be renominated for- Congress by acclamation by the Republicans in the Fourteenth Die. trict. He has proved himself an' exceedingly popular man. He has kept out of the fight between Cullom and Tanner as much as possible. thus avoiding antagonism. Joseph B. Greenhut of Peoria County will likely be selected as Presidential Elector from the district. Peoria County Is pretty well broken up over the Tanner matter. The Cullom taulon In Peoria is headed by E. F. Leonard Judsoh Starr John S. Stevens arid Isaac C. Pinkney. The Tanner party is under the management. of Isaac C. Edwards. There is a fight going on looking toward on thdorsemnent of Cullom and Reeves. Peoria is greatly exercised over Cullom and Tanner and is in a fight as between lianecy Reeves and Yates. It has a re ceptive candidate for State Treasurer Aquilla 7. Dougherty and his friends are desirous of beating Mr. Rennlck. a prominent canjj. date for Senator from the Peoria district and the people who sent the convention to Peoria are sore at heart for their want of perspicuity. Prince Contest. George W Prince Is being bitterly opposed for renominatlon in. the- Tenth District by Charles 3. Searles of Rock. Island. Searles will have Rock Island and Mercer County to begin with. He was a member of the commission to locate the normal echooU and he voted every time for Aledo. Mercer County as its permanent abiding place. Princes friends say he did it because he knew he was going to be a candidate for Congress and he had an Implied pledge that Mercer' would support him. Prince has Knox and expects to get Henry and Warren. odenberg to Be Nominated. The Republicans In the Twenty-first Congressional District will renominate William A. Rodenbers for Congress. and the Demo. cratlc nominee wilt probably- bo FranK Vernor. Prosecuting Attorney- of Washing. ton County. Fred Kern of St. CleAr who was beaten at the. polls by Mr. Rodenberg. wants to try It again. The Democrats in St. Clalr are disrupted without hope of reconciliation. So the Democrats will Ignore this county and take up Vernor. who is their most available man. The St. Glali' County Republicans held a convention a few days since to nomlnatea candidate for Sheriff the Incumbent of the office. Mr. Barnlcklow having died. The- convention adopted a resolution requesting the County Central committee to give Congressman Rodenberg and Amos Willoughby candidate for Secretary of State the privi lep of selecting the delegates to the State convention. This will lead to a protest as thC action is unprecedented In St. Clair County politics. OPPOSITION TO SENATOR FORT. Organization in the Twentieth District Makes a Fight on the Cullomn Supporter. Falrbury Dl. March 18. The Republican Senatorial committee of the Twentieth District meets in Mlnonk on Monday to fix a time and place for the Senatorial convention. The district is composed of Livingston Marshall and Wood ford Counties. and Is considered doubtful pout. ically although It was originally a sure Democratic district. Senator Fort is a candidate for reelection and Dr. R. M. Keeley of Dwight is also a candidate. Represents. five Elgnus of Livingston is a candidate for the House. Senator Fort desires- an early convention and strong Cullom Instructions. The organization in Livingston is for a late convention end no Instructions although admitting the county and district is overwhelmingly for Cullomn. The. organization is headed by Postmaster Ralph Bradford of Pontiac County Treasurer Reed S. E. Sims. 7. R. Lyons and Sheriff Talbott all of Pontiac and Postmaster Gregg and Dr. Barnes member of the State Board of Equalization of Falrbury. Mr. Elgnus openly espouses the cause of Senator Fort. The sentiment of this county is strongly for Fort. yet the Influence of the organization is so strong that he may be defeated for the nomination. Dr. Keeleys local organ at Dwight this jeek denounces as Impudent" the cancflacy of Fort for renominatlon. and the Forrest Rambler takes pronounced ground for Fort. INDIANA HOSTILE TO BRYAN. Gold Democrats Again Express Their Disapproval of the Chicago Platform Principles. Indianapolis md. March 18. Special. The gold Democrats of this city have given emphatic denial to the repeated report that members of that party In Indiana would affiliate this year with the Chi- cago platform Democrats. A huge mass- meeting was held and expressions from the most prominent Bryan Democrats In the State go to show that these men are as far from favoring Bryanlsm and free silver In 11100 as they were in 1S9& Correspondence from leaders of the party In other States shows that the action of the leaders In Indiana is being watched closely and whatever is done here will probably ha e an extended Influence throughout the country. The movement for organization among the sound money Democrats In 18151 was started in this State. and the resolutions which were adopted at the recent meeting are in the nature of a call to arms to all National Democrats. New names have been added this week to the list of possibilities for the Democratic Gubernatorial nomination Early In the campaign only one name was heard- that of B. F. Shlvely of South Bend. Now Judge Allen Zollars of Fort Wayne is an announced candidate and Samuel M. Ralston of Lebanon Major G. V. Menztes of Mount Vernon. and Frank B. Burke who was United States District Attorney during Cleveland's second administration are mentioned. WILL BE BRYAN'S PLATFORM. Interest in Nebraska Conventions of Today Centers in Action of the Democrats. Lincoln Neb. March 18. While there rosy be a few family fights in the Democratic and Populist conventions called for tomorrow night to elect delegates to the national conventions they are not expected to have any Influence upon th final action of both gatherings which will be to select Bryan delegates and instruct them to vote for him first last and all the time. Much Interest is manifested regarding the platform to be adopted by the Democratic convention. It will be drawn up under the personal supervision of Mr. Bryan and Is understood to he his declaration of the platform which in his opinion. the national convention at Han- sas City should place beneath the feet of its Presidential nominee. The platform of tomorrow promises to be an affirmation of the Chicago platform with planks antagonistic to the trusts declaring against the formation of a large standing army and against the foreign policy Of the present administration. At present It is not the Intention of the free silver Republicans to hold a convention to morrow although it may be so determined later. The probability Is however. that. simply a meeting will be held and the candidacy of Mr. Bryan indorsed. POINTS TO REEVES IN BUREAU. Mass Conventions Held and leaders Say Republicans Tomorrow Will Instruct for StreatorMan. Princeton. Ill. March 18. Special. Mass conventions to select delegates to the Republican county com entlon to be held here on Tuesday were held In every township In Bureau County last night. In three townships resolutions favoring Reeves were passed and In the others no action was taken. Leaders say the county convention will in dorse the national and State administrations and Senator Cullom and will Instruct for Reeves. MARTYR TO THE MALT TRUST. Otto Huber Thought to Be Dying and His Friends Charge Hit Illness to Overwork. New York. March 18. Speciall Otto Huber the millionaire brewer. Is dangerously ill at the Hotel Margaret. Brooklyn. Ills life is despaired of by the four physicians who have been attending him since Friday. when he suffered a severe relapse. Mr. Rubens Illness la said by his friends to have been caused by his tremendous efforts to make the malt trust a success. When the American Malting company was formed Mr Huber became a large stockholder. Many of his friends Invested heavily In the company on his advice. The company did not do as well as was expected. Mr. Huber a year ago personally took hold of its affairs and labored night and day to put it on a. paying basis. In a measure he felt responsible for the invests ments his friends had made. and his anxiety for the company's success was more on their account than his own. The extra work performed by Mr. Huber greatly weakened him and when five weeks ago. he was attacked by what seemed to be a slight stomach trouble he was unable to shake off the disease and steadily grew worse. DEMANDS OF THE GRANGERS. Master Jones Gives Out Report of Work Done by the Legislative Committee. The address relates that all the petitions Of the subordinate granges had been presented to Congress. The measures which the committee urged for passage by. Con- gress were a bill enlarging the powers of the Interstate Commerce commission so as to. secure uniform shipping rates a bill glv tog States the right to legislate on Imitation dairy products extension of rural frc mall delivery trust laws establishment of postal savings bank completion of Nicer- aguan Canal election of Senators by popular vote regulating. the use of shoddy. anti- Irrigation of arid land. and prohibiting future contracts of a. fictitious nature In agricultural products. from Germany. BERLIN. March 18. Tbe emlsraUoa tram Ramburg and Bremen In the snoaths or Jacusry and February reached 22S57. as against 13801 foe' tie corresponding months lest year. LAW IN SAMPSON'S CASE. ATTORNEYS FOR TUB DEMOCRATIC COaUIITTBB CONSIDERING IT. Action Depends on the Legal Advice Recelred by the Organtsatio. Question Involve4 Whether or Not the Candidates Conviction or having Counterfeit Money In His Possession Deprives Him of Citizenship John. alias Major Sampson. Democratic candidate for Alderman in the Twenty-third Ward spent the best part of his time yesterday avoiding reporters who desired to talk to him. The-"Major" was not in dined to be Interviewed and did not hesitate to express himself forcibly on the subject. Speaking of what further proceedings the Democratic County committee would take to keep his name off the ticket. Secretary Burke said The matter la now out of the hands of the committee and of the lawyers' We will do whatever the latter advise. Our claim Is that Sampson Is not entitled legally' either to vote or hold once having been convicted of a crime and we zpect the courts will sustain it and order his name taken off the official ballot. Whit legal proceedings will be taken to bring the matter properly before the attention of the court whether it will be by civil or criminal pro. ceedings is athing for the lawyers to settle and they. will decide tomorrow. As was stated in THE TRIBUNE yesterday the basis of the committees claim that Sampson is not a citizen is that a number of years ago he was convicted in the federal court of having counterfeit money in his possession and sentenced by Judge Blodgett to nine months' Imprisonment In the bride- well the federal government having an are rangement then with- the city whereby such of its prisoners as it elected could be sent to ths institution. The point on which the whole controversy hinges is whether the conviction of Sampson was for a felony or a misdemeanor. Under the Illinois laws a man convicted of a felony loses his citizenship unless pardoned before the expiration of his sentence. Sampson was not pardoned. A. man convicted of a misdemeanor does not lose his civil rights. Men convicted of felony are sent to the penitentiary. Drldeweli prisoners are only those convicted of misdemeanors. It is held that this rule does not apply to United States convicts as the federal government has no prisons except the military ones. In this case Sampson claims the crime of which he was convicted was only a misdemeanor while the committee asserts it was a felony and the fact he was sent to the hrldewelt for confinement has no bearing on the question. WARNS PEOPLE AGAINST DOWIE. rather Conway at St. Mary's Church Talks Pointedly to His Congrega. tion About Conduct. The Rev. Father P. C. Conway assistant pastor of St. Mary's Church. Wabash ave. nue and Eldridge court in his morning sere mon spoke with energy of Catholics who say that one religion is as good as another or who. through curiosity or carelessness. attend other churches. He warned his congregation against the latter practice and vehemently enjoined the people against at tending Dowlel Zion saying If there' was ever a hereslarch. apostate and antichrist that man is one. HARNDENS BURIAL WEDNESDAY New Department Commander Arranges for Funeral of the Dead Soldier at Madison Wis. Madison. Wis. Much 18. S. IL Tallmadge. the new Commander of Wisconsin O. A. R- arrived from- Milwaukee tonight and will tomorrow complete arrangements for the funeral of General Harnden. which will take place at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning at he Congregational church. The Lucius Fairchild Post will-attend in a body. Captain C. A. Curtis. Assistant Adjutant General has leaned a circular announcing the death of General Harnden. CLOSI G OK MA S VT CHICAGO. EUnOPEAN MAILS Monday. March 19. For France. Italy. Switzerland. Spain. Portugal. Turker KgTPt. tltlEit ladle. Lourenso Marques AUtrtl Belgium. Netherlands. RuMia and CaD Colony. VU N w Tork. close dally at 2. 8 and JO a. in. and 4 3O p. m. flnal close Coda at 4 SO p. m. Direct malls fur Great Britain Ireland Germany. Denmark Sweden and Norway will close at 430 and 12 0. m. today. la S. S. Oceanic. WEST INDIES For Cuba dally at 2 a. ma. and For Porto Rico. dally via yaw' York 2. 8. and JO a. m. and 4:30 n m. For Jamaica. yt Boston final doe at 12 D 0. today. For Uermuda. final close today at 4-30 p in. For Grenada and Trinidad. final close Thursday at 4 3O p. in. For Bahamas via Miami. a. final close to- SOUTH AMERICA For southern Pacific ports via' Colon final clos today at 4JSO p. m. For Curacos and Venezuela. final close tomor. ro Costa Rtcn via New Orleans. final close Wednesday at 4 SO 9. 10 For BrlUsb Honduras. Guatemala and Republic of Honduras. via NW Orleans final close to. morrow at 4 :10 p. in. For Savanlita and Cartaxena. final close Thurs day at 4 30 ti. m. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS For Philippine. CMia and 1st via San Francisco dally at 2 a. in and B p. a'- final close March ii 2 a. at I"or Hawaii via San Francisco dally at I a. at and 9 p. at final close March 20. 2 a. in. For Australia. Fill Islands vi. San Francisco daily. 2 a. in. and S P. m. final close April 1 2 a CHARLES U. GORDON Poetma ter. OFFICIAL WEATIIEIt FORECAST OFFICE OP CHIEF OF WEATHER BUREAU. Washington. D. C. March 18. Forecast for Illinois and Indiana Fair Monday Tuesday fair colder. fr h south to wet wind Vlnconiln Fair In western snow or rain In' eastern portion Monday- Tuesday colder. probably snow fresh south to west winds. Minnesota Cloudy probably snow Monday. Tuesday fair In western. snow and colder In east ern portion. fresh south to west winds. Iowa and Missouri Fair Monday and Tuesday colder Tuesday westerly wind. Nebraska Fair Monday. colder In eastern por tion. Tuesday air northerly wind. 1 S O 3 tn Place of obser- S g P gl l Jj ration. gJJ g ti o 0 Tlmetaken S 9 j p March 188pm. Abilene 971 66 TO e.g. 01 Fair Albany 7I3OWJ 22 RE. Tr. Fair All 2954 26 2 J a 01 CU Atlanta i 5 5S S Clr Fair Clodjf 2 78 5 38 8" 10 Clear B t5n 14 26 30 SW Clidr Cairo I 2984 48 48 .Of- Clody Calgary 3000 40 44 PE Clear ge vvf g fj gs Hr :1S S S I/ wi j 08 M o. Araarillo 29 fiS 02 68 SW SfSS S 1 ft El Paso- 9 o G4 8 8W. Tr CT oilreston 2982 62 68 S. Clofdy Grind HaTen. 29 5i 36 3 8W. 01 CJodr Green Bay 34 35 SW Tr. Clodr Ha 29 fig 38 4 NW. CloVy Helens WO2 44 44 X FairT Huron 2 5 3 44 NW. CMAr .2972 42 44 SW Tr. Clody KJESnVllle 18 W 84 E. Clear Kanxas CU" 29 4 M 62 W Fair Lander 0 44 M NE Clear1 Little Rock 82 94 64 itW R in Maraueue 2 4 24 :4 S. Tr. Snow SemphW sa 62 M a. OS id SlInnMoU 42 IS 21) NW Tr. Clodr Montgomery J 64 66 S. Tr. CWdr Kontreal 2 W 14 16 S. Clody yraVhYlUe III 92 48 48 SW 18 Rain KeV Orleans- 2 Mi 481 Sit 8. Tr Fair New York City. 5S OS 84 34 S E. Cl r Norfolk 1012 44 64 R Clear North PlatteliTC 45 06 N. lody Oklahoma 29 TT 58 66 8. 12 Or Omiharnr29M W 64 W. Clidy Oswego I 216 20 22 E. 04 lee Palestine 2978 64 74 8. Ort Rain Pirkerstmrr 394 40 4 OS gala Philadelphia SO 08 3 is SE Far PKtbUTC 2B8S 38 48 HK Tr. Raia Pueblo 7. 2 2 6 NXV Fair 2964 14 IS NW 10 Snow T ftg 1W 44 NW. Clody isII 2970 60 60 LW. tT. Clear Paul 4 82 as av Clear Salt Lalt Clty29 S 5 o NwV alr SteV Marl 29 M 22 22 8 E. Tr. gnow xx-- SW Oear W. Fair s. o to4y 8. Tr. Clo dy White lUrerII2S 4H IS 2 a 10 Snow WlUiiton 2972 34 SO NW. 01 Snow RtnntC 7. g 4 14 1 W 10 Pnow v ME FOLLOWIKO BURIAL PERMITS WERE issued yesterday by the Health department Zalla. 17 633 Aberdeen- March 15. It.hiendt1 Mary A. as- 48 Llredley-.t t March 14 gcmbarat. Edward S2 4341 Leans-an. March 17. A New Reason For Eating Oatmeal. was di eorexed with the advent of Hutflake Oatmeal Folks who were wont to eat oatmeal for health' sake find th w lvt eatLngJJfl OalBttllbecAnse tier likt it. Its not flavor bat c n bi the faror of every one who baa tatted it. MI the goodness of the oaU retained and none or the good taste lost. If you have not yet tried it order a one pound or two xraad package of NutflaRe Oatmeal from your grocer to-day. Sold everywhere. Uadeealyby m UUMU CBIU co BloesUsftoa aal CkleafSt Duaels. OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD. fu Bryan Edith May 29 S. Park-ay March Burns. Mary A. 60 4T Park March 18. Carter. Elisabeth A. 74 4344 Indians March 15. CurTsn Susan. 65 5151 it. March 18. Duffey Charles. 55 6248 May March 18. Evans John. 12 Prlnceton-ar. March 18. Fitzgerald. John. 45 Cools County losan say. lum. March 16. G lncr. Louis. 7 690 W. Chica o-ar March IT. Glelow. Hannah JL. 90 loS ST. March la. Gllso. Andrew S. M. 6444 Armour March 16. Butt Gorr 43 45- terrace March IT. Uamma. Renny. 20 Cook County laaan Asylum. March 17. Jeske. John S. 16 324 Wabansla-ar. March 18. neon. Frank 0. 37 901 North March 15. Jacobson. Emma. 34 2834 Eberlyav March 16. Xailenbaach ChrlnUn 60 89 Vedfier-st. March 17. Kramer Anton. IS' 330 Wabantla-ar. March IT. Handel. Bernard. to 734 North March 17. Mahr. Ferdinand. 65 891 Southport March 18. SicCallrey Manors 60 Cook County Hospital. March 16. Moran. Michael. U 621 V. Taylor March 17 Miller George 85 fc IV. Van It March 15. Pull Nettle 41)- 303 st. March 16. Ponsonbr. David H. 43 Bennett Hospital. March 17 Qulnn. Cordon IL SO 1630 Jackson-blvd. March Raymond. Fred. 39 39 Vln iU. March 141. Robinson. lads. it 1506 Jacknon-blrd. March 18. Root Helen M. H. 53 6824 GreenjL March 15 T Schroeder. Fritz TO 126 Fremont March 18. Spenc r. Bertha F. 42 73Ot W. sU March 1 Sullivan. Alice. 8 5614 May-it March 16. Suchomskl. Anton. IS' 8 Frankf ort March 15 Sturres. Albert. in ir 5 st. March 17. Si-ly Frank O BO Wd W. st. March 15. Tompkins. Ira Q. flO 495 W. it. March 16. 1L March Welch Mary. 55 2750 ct. March 18. BENSLET March 17. George EatonBensley Funeral Tuesday at 2 p. at from tat residence 3812 Lanxley av Interment at Oakwoods. BOLTER Andrew. March IT. aged SO years. Funeral from late reslderce. 1511 North Hauled. t. corner Wellington Tuesday. March 3) at 2 i in. to Orseciand Cemetery. Washington. D. C. and New York papers please copy. Kindly omit flowers. Eva II. March 18. wife of Walter C. Clarke. Funeral 2 p. in. Sunday. March 18. from 4858 West et. GROSSMAN Ella Prances Crewman wife of F. U. CroMmao c d 41 rtars. Funeral servIces Monday. March ID at 11:43 a. ra. at PrMbyt rtKB church. Arlington Heights. Train leaves Wells. It. station at 1050. returning 12:47. Interment at RosebliL DIGMAN Charlie 7. Dint-an aged 25 years Saturday March 17. recona son of Parkel E. sad Jennie Wlnaot Dlgrnan. DOOLITTLE March 16 of pneumonia Anna Mitchell wife. of Frederick A. OooUtUe. aged IS year. Funeral Tuesday. March 20. at 2 o'clock p. in. MIss Jean P. beloved daughter of George Glllespie. and sister of Daniel S. George Jr. and Gertrude born Dee. SO. 1874 died March 18. lSuO. Funeral Wednesday at I p. ui. Irom res idence. 43 S. htppl - Graeeland. HILL& rch 17. Gerga William Hills beloved husband of Theresa Hills and father of Nettle T. and George F. Hills and son of Sarah and Heze- klah Hills. Funeral Tuesday at 1 p. in. from late residence. 309 Park by carriages to Rosehlll Cemetery. nOLTZMAN-Mareh 17 Louis 3 Itoltaman aged 68. Funeral from jug lit residence. 71s Warren Tuesday 2pm. under the auspices of Cleveland Lodge No. 211. A. P A. M. to Grareland Cemetery. HYDE March 18. Julia Hyde widow of Edwin N. Hyde. arrd 82. lrun rai from her late residence. 961 ST. Tuesday 1 o'clock. Burt private. KIBBB Vlrirlnla Louiss daughter of Albert U. and Be ie A. Mibbe aged 2 years. I month and 9 days. Funeral at residence 4 17 Vlncennes-av Monday at 3 p. in. Burtal at Dayton. O. O Chritlan aged years I months and 18 days beloved husband 91 Catharine nee Nlggeniever and father of lida Clara. and Eliza. beth. Funeral Tuesday. Starch 20. at I p. in. from late residence 3840 Wabash to RosehlL KINO Mrs. Annie Sling- March IT Captain Addlson King. March 18. hut band and wife will be burled from the residence of their daughter Mrs. Captain M. S Edwards. 075 st. Monday. March 19. at : Is. in Interment at RosehUl. MACWILLAN-- March 17. James MacMOlan. beloved bu band of nelolse Mac-Hilt-an cee Olllesple. and father of Margaret. Funeral Tuesday. 11 a. m. from his late residence at L Versne to Itosehili. by carriages. PECK Louise wife of Charles Peck. died of heart failure. March 18 a ed 64 years. Funeral from late residence P487 Washington- Sr. Tuesday 1 p. oi STRONG Members of George H. Thomas Post No. 6. G. A. H. re requested to attend the funeral of Comrade A. B. Strong from his late residence HiS West Monroe Monday. March l' at : p. rn. W. N. DANKS. Commander SPIES Mary. March 18. wife of- Joseph 6pl n. Funeral services Tuesday. March 20. at 2 oclocsu at late residence. GPIJ1 Woodlawo-av. Burial private. SHERRARD Frank U. Sherrard. beloved husband of Anna B. Sherrard. at his residence. 1387 Fulton axed 45 years. Funeral Wednesday. March 21. at I p. m. from Masonic Temple under auspices of St. Bernard Ccrnmandiry fto. S5. K. T. and Garden City Lodge. A- I' & A. M. to Forest Horn Cemetery. SETWARD Joseph hi March 18. aged 70 years. Funeral from his. late residence. Itto East 47th- t. Tuesday. March 20. at 2 p. at Burial at OnargL STUBBS Timothy aged 87 years beloved bee. band of Jane W. St-ebb and father of Inne S. Brown and Kate S. litillard Starch 17. iRS at his home. Stevenvllle. Mich. 8KEEX SamueL brother of 3. C. Sken of Oak Part Sunday morning. March 18. at o'clock. of pneumonia a ed 71 years 2 months is days. Fun ral private. WETHERE7J Arthur S. Wetherell. at his residence. 1828- Antony March 17 seed 45 yeaia. Funeral from his late residence. Tuesday. at 10 a. m. Lewlston Me. Journal please copy. WALLS March 18 lPuO ChrtstannU wife of William Walls aged 413 years. Funeral Tues ajr March- 20 at 10 a. at. from late residence. luSl 8. Central Park-as' Burial private. No flowers. Pt JUST NOTE The story of SAO HARBOR begins with the first line of the play. Therefore it Is advisable that the audience be seated when the curtain rises. TONIGHTIlI First Time la Chicago. JASI A. HERNE Presenting His Latest Success. SAG HARBOR As played ur Solid Months In Boston. Better thin Shore Acres. Boston Transcript. natlnee Saturday Only. IVIMIDI 25c AGNES WALLACE VILLA Ths World Against Her Neat Sosdi CAUGHr IX THE WEB. McVICKERS UM S njf. The Safest Thcatsr In the World-SO Exits. ANDREW MACK nr THK LAIST OP THE BORAMs. Every Night and Sat. Vat. 35 85. BO. He St. Wed. UaU. all reserved. 25aodBOcints. Oppt City HaU. CROWDS TURNED AWAY. A lACHELORS NONEYMOONI ti AUOnENTED WITH VAUDEVILLE. ft ft dot. Ustteee daily. Sc. Nurt WICKED 1 THE AUDITORIUM Grand Opera. FRENCH GRAND OPERA COMPANY' U I k Bl H Of New Orleans TONIGHT AT 8 LAFRICAINE Tomorrow Triple Bin K178TICAXA. I A AVARRAINE A GUAXD BALLET LA POUPKE. Wetfnesdsy-OTJEE.V OF SREBA. Thun4a7- WILLIAM TELL. S LAMMBO. saturday M tInc-LCCIA. t4aturday ETealn Prices 50c 75c 1 1501 Boxes 11 liarrisos ISM. 2ND YEAR SQUARE OPERA CO. GRAND OPERAIFlret Tims Is CSIC53e- IN ENGLISH iSpleeiiisNeeLynlcOrsms A. BASSO PORTO. Preceded at each performance by If Mascagnii CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA. EbtaM 73..It- an. WWM Mttrtil Mm Tomorrow Tnesday Night Chicago llomecpathle tfoBpttal. TANIHIUSER The Seasons Signs Sncecst. ALICE NIELSEN SINGING GIRL Every Night a d Saturday Mstlat Next Sandsy Night- First . tier. ROGERS BROTHERS IN WALL STREET CENTRAL MUSIC HILL THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA AND THE BIG GUNS of ths BOERS and ENGLISH B LlEUI GODFREY L CARDER U. S. Bushel Cvttsr Servics. Ordzssce omen la 1838 of Admiral Simpson's Fleet. Monday March 19th. 8:15 p. m. Under the auspices of Troop. A. and Co lit COls Cavalry. Reserved seats TIe. Ii. 150. That's for Remembrance. Regular Matinees Sun. Tue. wdrburs Sat. Souvenir Matinees Every Tuesday and Thursday. COVTtMOCS VAUDEVILLE. Prank Bush. Elinore Sisters. flintier. & Edna & Marshall Co. Tim. New Klnodrome. W alter Stantoji Co. Alroont A Dumont. Merritt Uurdock. Tina A Vii . John Starr. Fanny French.- 51. ft Rostetl Mr. Mrs. . 4 The Princes t.- Bob lIranIzan Dayton Pine. PRICES 10 : CENTS. oznousg CONTLtUOUS VAUDEVILLE. Helen Mora. James Thornton. A. Dunn . Jerome. Al Leech 4 Blossoms. Bonnie Thosnteei. Smith. Dotr Co. Gale tils Actinic Monkeys & Fortunl Brothers t. Smith Cross. Alfred Holt. Matter Lore. Grimm. Warren Howard. Condon Condun. Laze. Bayar& llan Seiirock- Carter young PRICES 10 20 so VENTS. ns Tonlrhtat8:15 POWERS FIRST TIME CHARLES FROUlAf PRESENTS JOHN M tlnee Wednesdayat 8:15. Prices . We. He. 100. and SUM. Soxes 18 and IX POSITIVELY LAT WEEK. QUO V iB A ScH 25th. SAPHO Evenlnz Prices. 25C. Oc7Sc. 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Glb. wt for cbl paengr two ded ad fuloughe sbMter. etc AOn te lter twelv prsoners ad 1teen c Te Bude Je Ilcr' ble. 1IOp' Hen Poteforny uce te mornng leice tea ihp Poter EW eto r g PoS' Il ds wa exted tnuence te Amerc Potetant Epllopal Curc I te pseulon Unte Statu goverent bgan M trp ad Phippines hd It objet te extenion Infu ene te Potestnt Eiscopal Chrh 11and obsenat10n conVnce tt Potestat Episopa Chuch b et nde bth Hinval Phip plo ad tat now he cear te paJg pple C relgon frly establshe te Inhbiant. 111anl. Bhop misson I ShanghaI Slppore Caluta Rangon Clomb tD-eylon dwelt partcual labr oUhe Jlon Brtth whee tme hl vst btwen 300 ad 00 te ItVe depndent upn oltde mea e fod necenar kp av& Atouh el a h hd. aquaemell may Sauel We hs Age Lcemaker e ot mtngAttbute Povey f r a wek ad to twel\o ho n a Tts. dJ tht Te ld J st Brkly amlhouse toay. a tt aa depndent publc ctT ad ddt lke It ltUe manF wth brghteJe ay be. ad bnt wih wo ad truble. le lke frv1y ud h hly caed spk t Wat brught. te hereT lad Iw r queton lu k t I trste luck Te trsts me d altme 1 wat amshous I C ony week Im afrai hd worl laceelcte. fne I leae mae I I NotUnha. Engld. folowed t. ad prspre Thtry year Unte wth loie hllh gde pachlner. dd te titl tok al c Jtl l a. ctane a esrar aflng tht rala. a tured Sd atetlRals Ae mous dmad o Unae Gt te1 p tage e o a r mer ar. wUlg Ihoud e mufctur Tomorow mortng f er w1 prnt aricle tt raa dun t two Tea baa geater tha o Wa kown hstoot td States wer 24 6 ton It 1 r e e a eltld se" B a exnton trnston ge Aerca Insttute Mlnna Enner S Cme tnds prporion PhOn' aowe I th maufactur ne atel rls 0 pr cnt t f sd o rl te cet bm havecn Ohral largly ec th Rothweletor tbe E. ad Mn Jo 1 D d ubt tt' to ge demd. atel rls ha te maer make rali. wou1 not have te maket udernrl Uons smply yieled to t clor rli. met i b oble sacrUic quatty' Ever r manuf turer kOWI thed et te ue ofpholphors lae or a4 ever ralrad ma kw I h dolnt Te ony compenatg featu thai thes brltteral hve ben heavier wa necssry tncreasll wtlght al rln& st k" bo ad grll Pbl Schol 1u alSev ntlvenbeadSven1 Shool Ct" ae orgaied wt Mybr ad Into a 0 School Ciy. under the gvernment Conon Cuncl ayor Councl. Te ganur mimc mUncpaly 1 Pn C Brtltol. but the James Wrght chairan th. IcJ commitee. were a art cie anaddflon tq ho1 deided experment Wison Gi Mahata Patrotc leage and the expnent muncpaly teacher Pincipl explan the orcnzton c gmmar uner charer moeled tht o 1ew York I canted Pincpal applcton f th pupis electon wa Tuesr da ayor. Chlefof Polce. Coun Judu. cou omcall lepart couts I Sherr Bakley lddlesx J h prioner nSht i kaa an cray Inne I and cannot stop sing- Gir Sing Night I lng. Seveal da 1 ago I she recehe f ad Day. I d a fokun red girt wa emple becae alarme tcause be acton. I hs lte ele. Wid sid sh Insanend t e Jal BrnIWIk I 1f. cnlaUy wih anj prae bok whch Inte I rther Inmate jal liten I I. Dres. misionay ehost Episcoa Curch. wU s l tDow 1 Metodis r Jun fo Mision Poro h W kd nat\n In h exprience m lab amon Spanish p havng' ere yeas ea supritendent Metost EPlsct pa trvelng preahing alseton t cuntry Veneuela ad te Gulaal. VU b Inltatv th Methoist Chuch Ilad tn te Aertc ivasion Aglc Eplscpaas hd ha ben cosed ears. Wit bgnIng Epicopa chur wa frt te Pteltnt denomin uit folow Aeric ocup- ton establsh mlslonay amon peple Islad. Snce. te Presbyteans ad Baptst orgazed eltabUshe a bing cnducte wih zea ad e thustam. Al msstontel pst Spaih I Baptst have sx mHlo ares t workal he bught chuh prery 4t Pledra. abut mies frm Sa Juaand co nectd wih I bya suburba Un Sop hm shoute woma w s I wldeed mn thugh Brme I tet toay. m ulbad Ctce HubnJ 4earted by Cng r 4 i h 0s U Thef I" I escap nt womn' wt. Qui a tah a har cre t thIef StoPthlef bit prsns tok hundre ad i chaed mn a cuht him remrke Maglrate oga bfore ahemarche hubad Ese rket cur 0 wih om n rght thtngat riht tme Ln Saderl appared. I behal ad. C wa joure unUltomorow. Te ia Ier 18 street attck rudls ben Cour R Mege ag t Charge Agai te fr Menty e Flour Tt n e la t Promoter. ltn compy. a t e 10ar r. ege I wet1y rtre alege Ganer tht 11. 18. ant represente. t- tie owner frt morgage bnds t e vaue 10 Flo r r Ct i J u r e payl prop. rty dlrerent tte Unied Stntes I charge 1 Mclnty e Vadwel tht th comp y prottablebuleu b tme e Interet upn Is bndl divdend UPin te prefered atock w s aso rrelented I alege. s b 1sted upn te Sto k E r aJ a:111 I h e fals ad untre. Wlre mae Iduce hm purchae bns ageed prce f1oad pro 10 pr te Pir- chae thousnd clgraker rr resente metng ateron In Natonl Eat Votd strt 1 t Stkg e I o Cgaraer. I 22 strikng J employe b Werhe m Schlter. Aong 1 delegtes th re r t o cr deUbrtons conferene. e. Abrt Maronlek Pesident al Federton Union prllde. fory- ye cllr factore rpr sente uoneyfor strkr wi b tal n frm cgaraker' Itrke wh ch aounts 20. ever V cntrlbute' w k Itrker. ThEr exctement Seventy t egment meetng regmen fcerl cle Seventy-ft morw evning d Stmd trj l i a Electon nght Cp n Compny Captai Wllm sn ar fndldatN or Maor weks ag aneletor hl Wt11 bten In smal eeUon wa 0 a de yold numb of r be electe bloi ben unble pat brd tme vote tes omcer I f sad o VJI IUppr Wels adldate sw serlc Santgo CPtD InD i cm Compny Sn a I Welb wa Maor ter Cptn Wel I th Cpti STenty- It and hvne Maor I te feld. frendl sy. t I 1 an. out. re t. 0 pu. junor aed hm Te frends lI hve to's agnt Lnn b je Jueca wleh they ae h\ d fght btwen wh weni t J Cg ad homes I Letar C atrl I A DF 1 1 Un t Cd wdenraletu t 1m a. te mPc th lWTOWccnte Bibe 8tJ I. Centr cA toJ fm U t oc c J. CCAtu otOt Jt. f C01JIEXIlG ON TDIR w. lurpr1e Wich Forer Op Are Drlvenby olLite IAn- eTJD II. COol1" loDal Dlstrlct- ProJrm ddreas D IIDDIDJ wih Lw CI. oaDty Trp. maner I whic te pUtc Tiry-fourt Wad d enol Carer bner Stu- evenng h caus cmment poltcl d fectoD manager tnt candida te. s ctace Ktt Guld ath. yea ire- conciable lement Republca pol- tll Tlrtyfourh War gttng to I cndtdacy Jude Carer' tken Iide to m an concuded wa atemptn Icntment Republcl war meeUce b Interestng ItOr. Iseems Messr. Mage mde feelng pple btween Haney. kown secton Sixy.sev- wa al J dge mache caie Itrengh. epcialy Plman Bur- surrie rairoad emplo sh ps Burside move cn- lultng an ow showed felnc al of Carer. Fid t Carel. Te amas alhough mae peple loke ut siuaton tnted peaces Ihowe a maoriy fv ad arged tt Ituaton I rly wore mablne In- foraton ben gther 50urcs prejudIce udge Haeyl prceeded meetng Saturay ge themelvel lne wih bi sentment ward ad wa Joinn wth forer year ha Mesr aee. a. conto ward' Outide Ihowng Repub lcan meetig wa Iport. a Thrty-fourh i Frt Congessional wa te caime b Judg lan- cadidate h clmed al ht spechel outide rason andiday ben caled Gverorhip to Re publcans te Congeaona dltrc whch Ivel. dlprv ths flt. Tlrtyfrt declae aainst tolowe condenUaly Jaieson. ad wih wl b ThltYlecnd Var pp1e Invaed Fourh orgast n ad aseron mae b ant e- publcans prae. ae distrc Haecy ng. 81d I pport wl b hs wbe geat maoriy delegte dLtrct conventon wl b agalt him Addrs Lw Stdent. 11 poltcal cub Chicgo Colege Lw te Athen um Buldln. TIs cub composeot 1 ItUde1 lawsool. lentment I Carer. kcturr colege faculty. Tey acorilylvfe hi pak pUtca Cter lef Whtsida evenng. wi Morin Sterlng toay. returlnc evig. Toorow gs Tsc01a. Carlet. returnin Ctcago Turing toMlwukee. metin Democy durng day aranments mle Miwaukee Saturay Rle r leton. Te expcts tu 4 visit JQ Rpulkana Fftent Congional Distrct Ae Work-Pl Secton REPUBLCA CONETON RULTS. I ei U Instrcte Haney. t 2J b n f f :4 EleJate onv.nUo..I. 2 elelat. cboen. 113 RPUBLCA CNVENIONS f' n 1 I SAFCRSP E QuncyI. 18 Te Ff- Congessional Ditrct wl rnom- Marh f Democratc distrct. b t get ever tme. cuntle Fftentwere Malh-cauehr distrct yea afer rval fatin Buhnel ad placs. enenderng Itrfes ad jelousie fnly resuled sndng Dmorat name 1eecetoCon- less. leslons year tme atenton risig geneton a exmples tnterarwa w1 aJarty. 1lalh bloved hs pay trct. tuth mut b witen. Republcn Ffenth Distrct geater Inteest Marhs rleton Congess Instrcng vaious counte Intert Culom i Peor Grar w1 I al prbablty b renominate Conges accamaton Republcans Fourenth Di- trct provedhml ppular man ha fght btwen Culom a a thul antlonlsm Grenbut Peria wl lke1y b elect a Peidental Eletor thedlalrct. Peora prety wel ClomTanner Culom Peora 1 heed E Lnard. Star. ad Iaac Pkney. pary Iac Ewar. tght loktng a Idorement Culom Reves Pera ety eerclse Clom I a fght a btwen Haey. RPves Yat ha r ceptve Stte Aqu1- Dugherty h fren4 a deirou beatg r. Rennik prtnent cd- Sentor frm te Pera dJtet ppl cnventon Peria e heat thei wat prpIcuty. PrncSeare Cntet Grge' Pnc bIn bIterly opps renomaton Dttct Chles Salel I Isad Slel wl hve Rok blad Ye r bgn with WL membr cm. mtston 1O- e noral tchol ad vote ever te Aeo. rcer Cuty. It praent abid plc Pce' fend ay hI dd I bu kew gig b cddae Concl" ad h iple p1ee tt Mcnr uppr hm Pnc Kox an expt t et Henr Waren BNo te Te Rpublc I te Tentytrt Cn- gs na Dltct 11 r mteYlW A Roenbr Cngs. ad Dmo ctc nome wi prbblr b Fn Veror. PeU& Attmey' otWuh& Fe Ker 8t C. wa bten plI' b M. Renbr wa t 1n Te mot 8t C ae dpte wtout hopf Jncaon Dot w leore t cuty ad tke Veror. wh t t avabl ma Te 8t Ca CuRepul hed I cnventon alce nomlnte- a 1 cndld te or Sherr. Incmbt I Barlckow die The nventon adopte resluton rquestnt Couty Centr cmte cve Cn. I lm Renb ad Ao W10Uhby. caddte Scrt Stte te prT- sleUC delectel t te Stte cnveton T wi le prtet a te aton f uprdente I St C Cout pltc' Orgaiton Tentet Dl ct Me to Clom Supportr. Farbur. Mac 18 To lepublcu Sentora commte Tenteth Dstrict 1lnonk tx tme Sn- atral cnventon. Te ditrct IIcmpse Ivnglton. Marhal Woford Countes. I considere doubtfu pol- Icaly alhough wa orignaly Demortc ditrict For ddate reiHecton. an R M Keley Dwlht alo Repreent- tv EInus Ivlnpton cdldte HOle Snator desire' eal conventon Itrn Culom Instrctonl. Te orgn. lzton Ivlngstn I cnvene ton tntuctonl. alhough amttng dlatrlc I Culom organIzaton Isheade Brdfor Pontac Sherlr Talbt al PontJc. ad Postmater Gr gg Hrne membr Equalzaton Farbury. r. Eigul opnly elpue cuse Snator For sentment couty Infuence orgniza ton s tht my. nominaton. Keeleyl lol wel denounce Impudlnt" cancacy renominaton. tkes p onounced gound For ld DeJocrt Agin Expre Teir Dsapprv to Ccag for Pciple. Indianapols. Marh 18 cty emphatc of mebu paty dana aflate thl yea co Democrats hue mas- Peetng W& exprellon te Bran thee ae a favorin Branlm fre siver 10 8 ls Correspndence leader acton Iiader Indian I bIng watche colely I her wlprob have extende Infuence thrughout Te orcaz. ton Deocrt 18 wa Itarte ad relo lutons adopte meetng cal ams al Natona Dmorats Ne adde thelst pssibite te Demo cratc Gubratorial nomiton Earl nme washer Ben Alen Zolara Waye I Sauel Ra- Lbanon Jlout Fank Burke Unted State Atorey admiIstraton. mentoned PLTFORM. Itet Nebrsk Cnventons Cntrs i Acton Democrt. Incln Marh 18 tere my b tamly fgt te Demortc an Papullt cnventon cJe fa tomr. rw let delegtes cnveton. expete Innunc up the fnl acton bth gatherng I selet dellptes in1ruct him' frt al tme regrding pltor b adote Dmotc conventon I wi drwn unde supr- Bran underto h delarton platrm which natonl conventon IU Ciy bentth Is Pt enta1 ncmn Te platfor tomorw prombe b a afraUon pl tfor. wit antagonistc trsts. declng aint tonaton a glnt foreig plc f tbe adminstraton. Intenton othefree Ilver Republcan convento to morw. athough b determine. lter. prbabity I metng wU b ld te dIday BrYl indole. O REEES BUREU. Mss Conventons He1 ad Laer Republcanl TOJorow Wil Instrc Streator Ma 1. Marh 18. conventon selpt Re publcan con b her Tesda evr Burau lat night thre tow- esolutons favorng Reves wer pass othel acton wa taken Lader sa conventon wlln- dore natonal admliltra- tons Snator Culom ad wl tntruct s. Oto Hubr Tought Dyg' Hs Fends Crge Hi Illess t Overrk ach Spec to Hubr. mlionare brwer. ldge t Margrt Brklyn lfe depare tans bn attdng h anc Frday. ater alevere rlaps Hubrs tne lad h frends t bn cause hs tremendou etort mae IUc Wen Amerca Maltng cmpany wa fce Hubr bame Itockhlder. trends Investe te compay o advice a wel a W& pcted. Hubr ao ponly to It atar ad labre payig bts meaure tet r lpnlble h me. ad hi nxtey cmpns suces WL moe thei acount own extr pr ore r. 1Iubr geaty weaene hm. ad when ve wek a o. wa attke b alght Itomah tuble wa unble t lhke o te deae ad stey ew wors. GRANGES. Mter Jo es Rpor cfWok Dne te Lgsltv Comttee. addr rlte tt 81 te ptton te stbnte g u h bn pr snte Cns Te meu te cmmtte ur fo pe a wer enln te pwe. I te Cmce cmalo 8 I a unlo shppin re bi gv- I Sttes rght lege lmtaUon daIr prucu. extenion r t m. delver. ant lWI. etlihmt' pst av bk cmpleUo Nlc. a Can eleton Sor bpu vote rcn. te ueo ahOd aU. 1ea a ld aprbb futu tntt o tcUounue1 ctu pruct EcUoa 1 BI" II eUf H br ae Brmn te mOU alU a Je r at 1811 t cpd mU l. 7' y- ATORXEYB FOR. DE1OCTIC OJTEE CONSDERING Lal AdYlt ReeelTe bytbe OraaDtuo IDVOle Is betbeor or laYIDa C01Dterfei oDey Possesion Deprhesiim ClbeD- I alJloaor Sp8n Demoto cadIdate Adern Tent spnt bst pr htme el reporter dllre hm The ajor" wa In cied b Interiewed dd hesiate epre himel forcbJy lubJect Spko' pocetngl Dmoratc Cunty cmUe tke hL ne or tcket. Seretr 0 mater han commite a lawenWe w later ale. I entte leclY eiher h ben cnvcted crme we cour I wiiutn I hi Dme or ofcl balot Wh t wl brin mter attentkn Jwl cvi crminal pro ceelngl. athl lwyers lette. wi decde tomorw TIBUI Testery commlteel c1lm Spson I ctzn t tat nuber ears wa convcte teera cunterfeit hi pseston lentEnce Bloet nne Imprisnment brde wel havg al rangfent wltr Is prllen a electe b t huttuton pInt contrvry convcto wa mbdemeor. Undr te Illnls mn convicte I losl ctzenlhlp padone bfore expirton Spsn wa prdone convite mlde mea or d s clvJ rights cnvicted snt pniten- tary. Brdewel prioners convlcteeof mt& meanorl. 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