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Zutgum t term aa taterattloMd
"Z mem wr eauht fer nMn
g( wsttr to a MllwankM,
U, ui drow4. Taey ww Baking
Sndoa dtapaUB says TIM Uu
Karl Roberta may not TlaJt Amer-
In a wrec on i uv-
Kureu - - '
Engine' Ukm wh iuw u
mM htallr injured.
burned to death In ner home during
lit absence of her parent.
Thursday. spxewior .
Three men were Injured by the fall
ing or a vrwu tii -
gt(l Foundry works at Cheater. Pa. j
Tlie dredge Benyard, the last of the
government vessels at the Trigg ship '
yard at Kicnawnu, -, u uwu;
Grain merchants or rnuaneipnia ana
Baltimore will confer with railroad
rfprogentativea for cheaper rates for
The contract to prepare in pians ror
the new acricultnre building at Wash
ington has been awarded to Rankin.
KelioKS & Crane, or rnuaaeinnia.
Friday. September 4.
Milk dealers at Pittsburg and Alle-
jhcny have formed a combine.
A Dei ial ean!on or me Annem ur-
der of I'nited Workmen of Pennsylva-;
a.a was held at Fituburg.
James DonriRhue, a flagman, wan
kilicl in a collision on the Pennsylva-j
nia fUilrrad at Perth Amboy. N. J. ;
Venezuela has floated a loan of
.;n,rn).iiOO in Paris, guaranteed by cus-1
torn receipts, to pay the national debt, i
S. P. Mi Pheraon has been appointed ;
United States attorney for tho aout'a-
-rn district of Ohio, vice W. 6.. Burahy
ilra. jonn rieniiTjn un jms. tt ii- j
liam Shaner. or nine Asn, u., were ;
burned to death by the explosion of a
Saturday, September 5.
The National Association of Sta-
tionary Engineers will hold 1U next
convention at Richmond. Va.
It is believed President Roosevelt
will visit West Point, Ky., during the
army manoeuvres this fall.
The wedding of Miss May Goelet
and the Duke of Roxburge will take.
place at Newport. R. L, in November.
Mrs. Annie Norko, of Bethlehem. .
Pa., was run down and killed by a
.Reading railroad engine while cross-:
ing the tracks in that city.
Remote for going on strike caused i
uarob B. Smith, of Chicago, to throw:
himself from a fourth-story window of
his home. He was Instantly killed.
Monday, September 7.
The University of Kansas, at Law-1
rence, Kan., will have a chair of Jour-,
tallsm this fail.
Macungie, Pa-a village of about 400-
fpersons, hasn't had a case of typhoid
Jfver in 4) years.
Twelve rioters who assaulted the
iTanville. HI., jail. July 25, were found
On September 20 coffee growers of
rorto Rico will hold a meeting to
airce on plans to market their pro
cjot in the United States. j
Miss Florence Love, of Philipsbur.?,
Fa., became insane worrying over pre
dictions of fortune tellers and was
fukfn to the Danville (Pa.) asylum.
The exective council of the Ameri-j
ran Federation of Labor will meet in i
Washington September 21 to fonnu-!
Rate its report to the next convention.
Tuesday, September 3.
Feru has set aside $30,000 for an ev
hlbit at the St. Louis Exposition.
The Catholic archdiocese of ?hi!a-
kk'lphia celebrated the golden jubilee
k)f Archbishop Kyan.
Ueneral Lucius H. Foote Is danger
ously ill at San Francisco, and his re
covery is despaired of.
The ll'Jth anniversary of the battle.
M Lake Oeorge. N. Y.. was celebrated.
Ivtth Lloveruor Odell and Chauacey M.
JlVpew as the orators.
Nearly 200 delegates attended the
convention of the German Christian
f'hideavor Societies of the Atlantic
o.ist district at Orange, N. J.
John Suckltu, former burgess of Hoi-
tiJaysburs, Pa., dropped dead at his
loiue, a;ed 77 years. He was a lead-
pi'ti tlguie in the Knights of Labor
LABOR AND CAPITAL
REMAINS HERE! TOLD THEIR DUTY
XeBaoee Wias tut Burin Series
With Slumrock UL
President la Syrxeose Address Out
lines the Ideal of Good Citixen.
SPECTACULAR FINISH IN F03 GIm nnciNSE OVATION
New York, Sept 4. The Reliance, ,
tha America'! cap defender, has won :
the third and final race In the aeries
for that famous sea trophy, the Amer
ica's cup. In a dense fog, which pre
vented vision beyond 200 yards, the
finished the race amid the acclama
tion of the assembled fleet. Sham
rock III, after running, for more than
an hour In the fog, missed the finish
line, passed by it and then returned to
It from the opposite direction. The
Reliance waa then being towed to the
fleet, yarht ensigns fluttering from her
truck and spreaders In celebration of
her victory. The Shamrock III did
not cross the finish line. As often said
of the historic rare when the America
won the cup. there waa no second.
This successful result was achieved
only after four futile attempts to sail
off the final race and after the out
come had been admitted hy even Sir
Thomas Llpton to be a foregone con
flusion. This was the eighth aftempt
to sail a race. After one fluke, the
Reliance won the t-o following races,
one by 7 minutes and 3 seconds, and
the other by 1 minute and 13 seconds.
A wek ago the first attempt to sail
the third race failed, and attempt
have been made every day this wepk.
On two occasions the Reliance led the
Shamrock to the finish line by about
two miles, but failed to reach It before
the expiration. of the time limit of Ave
and a half hours. Yesterday's victory
means that the cup is destined to re
main In America until England is able
to produce a genius equal to Herres
hoff in yacht designing.
Rarly, If ever, has there been a
more spectacular finish than the Re
liance's. After racing for more than
an hour at terrific spend through a
blinding fo. the Reliance burst
through the wall of mist upon the
vision of the spectators on the fleet as
sembled at the finish line, and, heeling
under a gTeat bellying balloon Jibrop
sail until her lee rail was awash, fled
across the finish line almost before
the spectators could determine for a
certainty that it was she. Once more
the Yankee boat had added to the lorn?
string of victories in contests for the
honored old silver trophy that carried
with It the blue ribbon of the sea.
Lipton May Challenge Again.
New York. Sept. 5 Sir Thomas Lin
ton is still undecided whether to chal
lenge again for the America"s cup.
"If I can find a man who can design
a boat to beat the Yankee sloop I
shall challenge again. To say that I
will not challenge again Is untrue. If
Syracnaa. N. T, Sept t. President
Roosevelt was accorded a magnificent
reception by the citizens of his own
state. From the moment of his arrival
In this city until he stepped aboard
his special train to begin his return
trip to Oyster Bay he waa given a
continual ovation. Syracuse never be
fore held such a throng as assembled
here to greet the president. Fully
jiiO.iwo prrons from all sections of
New Yo.-k state tested t'n- carrying
rapacity of the various lines r.f rail
roads, and many additional thousands
came from the country immediately
contiguous to the city. Everywhere
in the city, and at the err it. la of the
New York stat- . i.. i J .atii n. the
rrr-ident was received witl". notable
For the president it was ? busy day
as well as a day full of Interestvr.g in
cidents. In the mornin. scon after
his arrival, he reviewed frcra a beau
tifully decorated stand in Hanover
square a great parade of the labor
organizations of the ctry; he then
went to the state fair grounds, where
he delivered before sO.iWi person an
address on good citizenship and the
relations of laltor and capital to the
state; he was the principal guest at
a luncheon at the club house on the
grounds a lunchec.n which w.is at
tended by every important state offi
cial except Governor Odell. who could
not be present on account of a pre
vious engagement; reviewed a fine
parade of the National Letter Carriers'
Association and fraternal bodies of
the city, and was the guest of former
United States Senator Frank Hiscock
at a dinner which was attended by
about 30 persons invited to meet, the
In his address at the fair grounds
President Roosevelt said in part:
"The reason why our f it. ire la as
sured lies in the fact that our people
are generally skilled in and fitted for
self-government, and therefor- will
spurn the leadership of those who se-l
'o excite this ferocious and foolish
class antagonism. The average Amer
ican knows not only that he himself
intends to do about what is right, hut
that his average fellow-countryman
has the same Intention and the same
power to make his Intention effective.
He knows, whether he be business
man, professional man, farmer. m
caaaie. tmjMyar et wtf-orkcr. tfcat
tt wtlfar of tack of ttaaa men U
bonad np with, the welfare of all the
others; that each to a ai(hbor to the
other, la actuated hy the swt hopes
aad fears, has faadameatally the same
Ideals, aad that all allka have much
the tame virtue aad the same fanlts.
Our average fellow-cltlxen Is a sane
and healthy man, who believes tn de
reary and haa a wholenome mind. He
thcrfora feels an equal scorn alike
for the man of wealth rUy of the
mean and base rplrlt of arrogance
toward those who ar less well off.
and for the man of small means who
In his turn either feels, or seeks to
excite in others the feeling of mean
and base envy for those who are bet
ter off. The two feelings, envy and
arrogance, are but opposite sides of
the same shield, hut different dev
opments of the same spirit. Funda
mentally, the unscrupulous rich man
who seeks to exploit and oppress the
who are Usg well off is In spirit nor
ofposed tn. but Identical with, t'ie
t'.'.-rrunulous por.r man .vho resirs
to plunder and oppress those w',w a-
hotter off. The cour'ler and the dema
gogue a" hut developments of
same type tinier different conditions,
evh manifesting 'be same servi'e
spirit, the ?ame .leslr" ro rise hv pin
derlng to base pa-tsinns. 'hough one
panders to power in 'he .shape. r.t
single man and the other to po-ver in
the shape of a multitude So like-vN
th man who wishes 'o rise hy vrnn?
Ir.g other nnut by right me ron'rixf
el with, not ith he man who !i'--w'se
wishes to 1o wrong, 'hough ro a
different act of people hut ifh Mv
man who wishes ro 1o justice to a.!
people and to wrong none
"The line of cleavage het en it1
and :iad citizenship iies not i" v e-i
the man of wal'h who arts qua--lv
hy his fellows and 'he man -vho te -';)
each day's wage hy 'hat lav s v -
wronglng no one and 1oing his lut-.-hy
his neighbor; nor vt !oes 'hi? ine
of cleavag divide 'he msrriptili m
walrhy man who exploits other; :n
his own interest, from the lemagoTie
or from the sullen and envious hein
no wisnes io attacK au men or p- ip
ery, whether 'hey i!o ei ,lr ;l i'm
the contrary, the line of cleavage he
twepn good citizenship nd had 'it;,
zenshlp separates '.he rich man vho
does well from the rich man -vho 'nes
111. 'he poor man of gonti rnnduct '-tti
i the poor man of had conduct
'The good cttij...j ;a rh T-ln -yy,
whatever his wealth or porr
str.ves manfullv to to his tufy rn him
self ins family, to his neighbor m -he
tatt- who is incapable of -he vise
r.e.'s which manifest i .t.je.f ---.ther n
ar-Tgance or ;n enw hut vho wh:
demanding Justice r'ur .nmseif :s no
ess scrupulous to io ,i!.; ice -o irlierv
It is iierauge the average Amer:.-.an
citizen, rich or rnr :s f ;ist
type that we hav rau.se fur our prtv
found faith in the :i:t-.ire of the ."
Jahn Millar, tyraaiMa, Uefcad Ufr
Syracuse, S. T., gept. I JohaV Kil
ler. t Carman, was arrested at his
home, aad la charged with ''having
threatened to shoot th ara(dat lua
rog his stay tn this dry. Sunday even
ing tha police learned that a man
named Miller, living In the southwest
ern part of the city, bad said (hat be
would shoot the president wbil the
letter carriers' parade was being re-,
viewed. He denies that be made any
threats against the president's life
and claims that a woman through
whom the pnllc learned of It is lying.
When questioned at police headquar
ters he waa unable to give a clear e.
planatlon of his whereabouts s1nc
o'clock Sunday morning. He is held
pending a more thorough ;nvestg.
. CURED BY PE-RU-NA.
' HAT P. r.KNT
Search Far Treaau'e Abandoeed.
Iondon. Sep' s A dispatrh o the
Daily Ma, I from Wellington. N 7...
nays 'he Amerran expedition on 'he
schooner Herrran which has been
.searching 'or hidden 'reaure c -- i
os island, naJ ahanion'd :he iocs' i
a'?er having s-nrhed .slttnds The!
originator of t're scheme 'hen con
fessed that he vis ignorin' f 'he ,
loca.it- of -he ,-eaaure .-iinnd Vm-'
nierous ev ,-! nns have to'i''i,t n
vain Cor 'he 'rnrJ which wis
to have ;,vpn .'d ,n r ocos island
in I 3" 'v h" -w tf -e N"o'- i Any ;
';an nr'i M.tr - i";ci vhich -ar-'ed
i viv n ,' ! -ol- 'T in.
;r-iciniis st(,nes -'ire ' in -ca'1 it
Lima 'tie j.-fe -..i.-,lng 'ien
"i-iot Gii-I anil ,!!-! M,nc"
R,ver,,n .V ( .' '. -
inv appar-int p' .car n Hen
ing.j f ".v.s .j'.ti'-- ''-ei i
young woman naiied i-alie -! , -on
eofh hul'e'fs ;t'-'.ng eferf, it i
rune.t -ho revolver on h!mi' 'ii
f.itAl results Tile woman v
Alil'. recover The riged y
at "he home of Mrs. i.lwar'l
coff. where Mulling? was -nc j
1 lartener and 'he ',rl is
HuIIings had icon ittentive -,i
and ,t .s leiiev.vi 'hat her ':. o
reciprocate his mentions -il ' e
tragedy HuiiiiU's .va li)
g .in.t 'he i',r'. was lever.
Conqresaman'i 3auqHter z -
Xnotvllle. T 'nn. e7,t. - - ,,.
'ial from Bristol iayi Mi;s -ta
rirownlow laughter if .'r,.:r- in
"V. ? ilrowilnw, if Jonesh. r. ." . i
eloped w'th Marie 3. ?-ifcheft. i .
ryman of lonesboro. ind ?. v- re
married it arlstol. T'ie it'.-r.ti.r.s
of Prlfchett o Miss Br-w.io-v ire
said to have been inp.seri v -!,e -c n
ressman. hence 'lie enpetr..-nr. ?1-.e
young lady was x favorite r. Vash
ington social circles luring -he ;asr
reason, when jlie made her irbuf.
Mr. rrsl. P. rvrn'-i.
P-lMlc(ty irwl . -
Kjort ?1x;x n. i '
Th" perin !.! '
rHTl'l' 'Men T v--. '
f A .-i-t. I f...it,d -much
." n-do-v'i r .
aar'ion: ' v f- m r ' '
iwr ! i'"d if !' '
tis ate rv .rr' ' '
iloita'li- n of i .
1'ion. Xhat I it.- i -
V mid ie tr ' . I'
.i-it.' if I :na-
iffal-s " f -'ie
" ify family si'
ierfo pcosfrrf.V i ,tnt1 ,-
I I'Oytipe. r "''"'
kind fr'enti v't j rf-
ikrptlcjil, I ilnmllv -'oV.
v'.c. (tpr jinf
much mom"vf f"f ''"
'mtUtt iMrrti" -ismilrti;
In prfrrt Health n-'lH.
thlnf tn i;ninn '
V?ry imtv rmr-
'f- . ;
If -on io 'let .;e-'
':U't'il"1- ,'nJ'li'i 'r. 1 i e
rr'- te it . c- '
-liened "o -'
Add res '. i'
T'. ,e .l.ar'tv, in
. v .
ui t rr r, .
dei( i ;i
I do not challenge again it will be with
Sir Thomas said that when Sham-'
rock HI wa3 sailing in England on a
92-foot water line, hefor her extra
weight was removed to bring her
within the 90-foot limit, she did a
great deal better than after the
Both Shamrocks were towod to Erie
Basin. They will he jury-rigged and
start for England in tow in about 1
days. Sir Thomas .said that he would
not sell either of them.
A a Mm .
ontains an Idea!
Mr K st. W nit -ii ie i
' L ii 1:1 r " el -I 'Tei . ver
VhiladBluhia. Fa.. Sout. 5. Hour
Jkn steady; wiutvr suiHirnne. J'.oj?
; PtuiisylvHuitt roller, clear. S3.40
ri.iii; city mills, fancy. I4.75iJ5.2a.
y flour uuift. at 13.15 Dt-r barrwl.
iVhout 11 r in; No. 3 IVnusylvauitt, rei.
ow. .-iui'c. worn nriu; o. a yei-
. iiKu, blc. Uat nuiet; No. i
hltll. t-litllUHl 4lll4L'.' IliiHur irrM.ltf
!c. Hay vttu sttud.v; No. 1 timothy.
Utflj.jO for laiK bttlen. Beef wan
ivddv; bvf haius, $20ii21. Por
j III in; family. I20.5U. Liv pooltry,
iuu.i. 12c: old rwsiers, Sc. UrestMd
iwultry. choic fowls, 13Vc; old
ruitiDiii. !u. Uutter waa steady;
:iAuiuiy. lc. Vtr pound. Eggs wer
itvd ; Now York aud Hnuusylvania.
-u. iur uoivn. roiaiosw wer steady:
o. My'lov. pvr battKttc
oulliuioiw. Md.. SitLiL 5 WhM.t u
' dull; wuiiact, kiiot, S324c;
u. i rod wuittvru, iol, S4S4ii4'So.;
loduiur No. J td, 77JJ7Sc.; soulh
fu, hy kiuiiule. 7nifS2iie. uiulhni
lu gidj. 7SSi ii'WVc. Coin im uuiel:
c. , kuulhiuii white coru. aoariSt-
..IV . - -
UIIV:iU tUlkUlh ( LlI'll 'I I.IU. I lul.
fccmt llrui, uw No. a'whitti, 41c.; uw
rl. 1 mixed. HS'WUXiv kvn Hrm-
' &7e.; xy. s wmm jguc.
Uiv Stock, NUrkata.
IUu'h l-illlll.l S1..1.I I'.r.l.,
Pv;U .steuily; cholett i lnunh ij-
'Uiiu, le.iiai.2i: fair. i4 HiiuiA .n
WILL CONVERT FEUDISTS
Pittsburg Salvationists to Invade
Breathitt County. Ky.
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 7. A depura
tion of Pittsburg Salvationists, under
the leadership of Stal Captain White
will leave Wednesday for the feud dis
trict of Kentucky and undertake the
work of reforming the feudists. The
objective point will be Breathitt coun
ty. The parry will be made up, outside
of a few of the o'Scora ia "he Tors irt
this city, of members of the local army
who volunteer to give, their time to
the work, and it Is likely that hy the
time that the party is ready to star
there will be quite a formidable array
of local workers In the party. i
The reception which the members
of the army will receive in the coun
ties to be invaded is a aaatter of grave
doubt to many interested in army
work, but those who are going seem
to have no fear of the manner in which
they will be treated.
It i.-iuir ii instant r to attain it, -.ilwai- i-;;:; Vr:
you to lif! that our !f !niyi:!' intrv?d nti-r 'u-.v.
The N'ew Fail Sim k iav'ten yiiu . iv" .IP; 'ipjiiii . i" in- ;;'e!,a.-f. an, i ,n;i,!t-iir -..u
Fatally Shot By a Boy.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Sept. S. William
Hooper, of the firm of Hooper Broth
ers, brick manufacturers, waa shot
and probably fatally injured In a field
east of his brick yard. For time boys
and men have made a practice of
hunting rabbits In the Held, and the
workmen in the brick yards felt un
safe. Mr. Hooper started to disperse
a crowd of hunters from the Held,
when Joseph Anthony, axed IT, de
liberately emptied the contents of his
gun Into Hooper's breast, tearing- a
large hole. Physicians say he cannot
recover. Anthony claims that Hooper
threw a stone at him and. he fired in
civ active, prime heavy. 4ti
. mediums,' $tl.4iwC45; heayv
V kora, ii.3540: ' lleht Yorker.
'i.iutotUtt; piKM. fc,.704i.W: rA)uh.
,V.r active; beat
i MBit. Isfciiii m. n ...i ,w
IT? l?- l"-'n lub. tS.iVif
Cow Wrecks a Train.
Goir.en. Ind.. Sept. 7. A south-!
Mound Wg Four passenger train was j
wreckod here by hittins a cow. The
locomotive turned over and lauded
half way down an embankment on its
side. The baggage car was derailed, j
The engineer and Uretuan escaped un-
hurl. While the- recking crew was
clearing the track a chain broke, the
recoil hurling It Into the crowd that
was watching the proceedings. Sam-'
uel Oliver tweeived a broken thigh and '
Is in a critical condition. Victor Kauff- ,
man. aged 13, was badly Injured In
both less, and Charles, Alwine, agi
10, was seriously injured,
Comfort Calicoes all in Darii l.'olors S ami AS ''I'.'ir- i yap!.
Dres. ('aliiiivsall ai light ouinri tor " oentH a yap I .uu n -iark
colors i cents a van!.
hirtin S ''cat- a y.v.
Lancaster Ginghams 7 i.rnts a yanl other places "'. 'cius y..
5 quarter size fur 7.3 cents.
S quarter size for il. .10.
ii ijuarter size for 32.00.
S nuarter size forJ5'J.t"0.
8 iuarter size for -? 1.2.1.
Chenille Table Covers.
Smarter size for "52.00.
j quarter size, tor "51.25. ,
4 ijnarter size for 50 cents.
A few Retl Table Linen spreads left yet for $ 1 .5' )
Toweling for 5, S. 10, 12.V i-ents a yanl.
Outing Flannel 10 cents a yard.
Just rceeivwl a gmxl and new lineot candies this week.
L wneys Chocolate Almons, Filberts, Pecans for 50 cents a lb.
Our 4." cent candies mnsi-t of Pineapple, Orange, Frappee, Lidy
Finer. ( 'atam-,-, Marshniellows and Peppermints.
"taey'-i i 'Ii.-cnlaii-' r'.ir 2tl i ' . -: -..,., v 1.' .;,
Manna, 'Id Fi.-iimu rea:;i-. 1 :. .; .,: . - -
I.cni..n. ' 'rant:". U!,j v ::r. :-,Ti r:i.
f.iic.'iiii.'in.-i Hani .'.u':ii;.i-.- Ji' i-:.:- . .
ur ' nun I'mps. i 'p'aia t '.. ;:, t. .
ZYOt 'A Wafers cc.-.t- i -i " i . i i't i j ; ; - .
White Maf-linirJir- i J (".:- i !,.
Itctidini: I'refzei-, li-.vav- :ri ' -e:.-. .
W-ili-r, Kamnna. r.-;n -n. 1 '.aci iiarie .:. . V
1 ''c.".ts a ill.
Ready Made Oepartmen
I Ladies Look at the New Suit
j and Skirts.
When you think of liuyintr a new Tail rr-ti -'nt ;.me u.
-ee our line id' lii':iiiy-to-veiir "nits, iiev'ro rail I 'mie ma
T!ie -tvles are pleasing, the dtting as perfect. :!ie 'aiinrn; :s .-ar-tul
and the fabrics as tasteful as rhmiirh made -o -.mr ;uri'i;
order. Suits made t tine all-wool Tweeii Stiiti::. T u-K.-t.
large tui'ks in front and hack, and lined throuhou: vitii
iiiality nf silk, -kirt has all -earns hound, -trior lv aiim- nuu:
We have them in ail shades.
Xow is the time to buy your arpet -wiipr- i, r ".,
Season We have anv amount of them thev i nn irmn 2 v
52.50 to 53.00.
Reduction in Petticoats.
Seersucker peti coats wiih h'ack and white ch.rks that u-c.-$1.25
now 01) cei.ts each.
Pink Ox-blood Ginirham i irskirts w tre 51.2." n v l.i .