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THE HORNING OREGONIAN,' TUESDAY, .TUNE 3, 1902.
THE VOTE OF OREGON
Republicans Win a
THE GOVERHOR MS IN DOUBT
FIrIyXnrgc Vole and Count Is glorr
Surprise in Mnrlon Connty
Both Repnbllcnn Canerc-SB-
(Continued from First Page)
lain 626. C. W. Fulton, Rep.. C. W. Car
nahan, Rep. and John Hahn, Cit., are
probably elected to the Legislature. It Is
too early to estimate the county ticket,
though the Republicans probably elect
nearly all. The vote for Congressman
stands now: "Williamson, 039; Butcher, 82t.
Complete returns from four outeiae pre
cincts give Williamson S3, Butcher 40;
Furnish 103, Chamberlain 75. The total
city vote Is KS0. Incomplete returns from
live city precincts give Williamson 121.
Butchef57; Furnish 152, Chamberlain 13S.
MARSHFIELD. Or., June 2. Out of a
total of 26 precincts, Incomplete returns
irom two aVid complete returns from Ave
give Furnish 251, Chamberlain 183. Con
gressman, Rep., 253; Democratic, 193. The
Republicans elect Schiller B. Hermann
Representative. On county officers, the J
Republicans elect Harlocker, Judge; Dul
3, Treasurer; Catbcart, Surveyor; Mcln
tqsh, Commissioner. The Democrats prob
ably elect Lawrence, Sheriff; Thrift, As
sessor the Clerk is still In doubt.
COOS CITY. June 2. Coos City com
plete gives Geer S. Wood 1L Tongue
7. Weatherford 1L Chamberlain 14,
Turnisn 5, Bean 13. Bonham 9, Dunbar 10,
Sears S. Blackman 7, Ackerman 10, Wann
, Crawford 10, Raley 7, Godfrey 8, Whit
ney S. The vote for county officers is
LIBBY, June 2. The complete vote for
Llbby is as follows: Geer 40, Wood 20,
Tongue 22, WeathTford 31, Furnish 35,
Chamberlain 29, Bean 3S, Bonharo 29, Dun
bar 22, Sears 26, Blackman 2S, Moore 32,
Wann 34, Ackerman 31, Crawford 35,
Raley 25, Whitney 25, Godfrey 25.
EMPIRE, June 2 Empire complete
gives Geer 49, Wood 30, Furnish 59. Cham
berlain 2S, Tongue 55, Weatherford 23,
Bean 63, Bonham 26. Dunbar 54, Sears 41,
Blackman 30, Wood 49, Ackerman 49,
"Wann 30, Crawford 50, Raley 31, Godfrey
29, Whitney 5L
m Baker County.
BAKER CITY, June 2. Returns are
coming in very slowly." A partial count in
Sumpter and Baker City, in three pre
cincts, gives Chamberlain 132, Furnish SO.
Smith. Dem., is leading Rand, Rep., for
.Senator In this city. Chandler, Rep., for
Representative, leads Robblns, Dem., in
this city, while Robbins leads Chandler
-two to one In Sumptex. Butcher, so far,
leads Williamson for Congress, almost
two to one in this county.
Partial returns from the second precinct
in this city give Chamberlain 75, Furnish
45; Butcher 63, Williamson 47. The pre
cinct in 1898 gave Geer 168, King 116.
SUMPTER, June 2. Incomplete returns
give Chamberlain 103, Furnish 67; Butcher
5; Williamson 76; about 500 Votes cast.
The count is progressing very slowly.
HUNTINGTON, June 2. Complete re
turns give Chamberlain SI, Furnish 83.
The precinct In 1S9S gave Geer 109, King
74. Butcher for Congress receives 59, Will
iamson S9. In 1900 It gave Smith 52, Moody
BAKER CITY, June 3 (3 A. "M. Re
turns from 30 out of 37 precincts give
Chamberlain 300 to 500 lead over Furnish.
The Legislative ticket is in doubt.
KLAMATH FALLS, June 2. Plevpa
precinct, complete returns, give Furnish
41, Chamberlain 20, Bean 44, Bonham 16.
Dunbar 41, Sears 18, Moore 42, Blackman
16, Ackerman 41, Wann 18. Crawford 40.
Raley 19. Whitney 40. Godfrew 17, Tongue
-41, Weatherford 16. Geer 38, Wood 18. For
members of the Legislature, Burgess 23,
Doak 20, Emmlt 49. Mose 1&, Whealdon 33,
Sanders 14. One hundred out of 300 votes,
Llnkvllle precinct, give Furnish 54, Cham
berlain 38, Bean 62, Bonham 32, Dunbar
62, Seara 30, Moore 52, Blackman 24, Ack
erman 59, Wann 32, Crawford 60, Raley
31, Whitney 60, Godfrey 29. Tongue 65,
Weatherford 26. Geer 56, Wood 3L Mem
bers Legislature, Burgess 54. Doak 30,
Emmlt 62, Morse 23, Whealdon 5L San
ST. HELENS, June 2. Out of a total of
13 precincts In Columbia County,- Incom
plete returns from three and complete re
turns from three give Furnish 216, Cham
berlain 184. Congressman, Republican 224,
Democratic 133. Returns on Legislative
nominees received from the same pre
cincts are: Booth, Rep., 293; KJstner,
Dem., 176. County officers Sheriff, A. L.
Clark, Dem., 231; R. S. Hattan, Dem., 265.
Clerk, D. Davis, Rep.. 217; H. Henderson,
Dem., 174. Edwin Ross for County Treas
urer, Is elected on the Republican ticket.
He had no opposition. Indications are
that Hattan, Dem., la elected Sheriff. The
other county officers are In doubt.
ROSEBURG, June 3 Meager returns
indicate that Chamberlain carries the
County by 250. The remainder of the Re
publican state ticket wins, except Craw
ford, who loses by about 50. One Dem
ocratic Representative is elected; also the
Assessor and Coroner, and probably the
Sheriff and County Judge. The Republi
cans are still hopeful, however, and say
Furnish will, carry the county by prob
In West Roseburg, out of 24 votes count
ed. Chamberlain received 19, Furnish 5.
In Deer Creek, out of 20 votes counted,
Chamberlain received 13, Furnish 7.
GRANT'S PASS, Or.. June 2. Tonight
partial returns in the three precincts of
Grant's Pass give Furnish 143, Chamber
lain 133; Tongue 152. Weatherford SI; Rep
resentative. Hale. Rep., 129; Smith, Dem.,
116. Three outside precincts complete that
gave Geer 97 and King 116 now glvp Fur
nish IS) andChamberlaln 136. The total
vote, eo far, on Representative, gives
Hale, Rep., 268, Smith, J3em , 272. The
county ticket will be close. Indications
are that the Democrats will elect Judge
DALLAS, June 2. Reports are coming
In very slowly. Complete returns from
five precincts that gave Geer 240 and King
19S give Furnish 199 and Chamberlain 194.
Returns from these precincts show sub
stantial Republican gains. Indications are
that Furnish will carry he county by 100.
The Republicans will carry the Legisla
tive ticket by greatly Increased plurali
ties. Tongue's vote will be heavier than
that of two years ago,
EUGENE, Or., June 2. One hundred
and seventy out of 181 votes in South
Eugene, .No. 2, give Chamberlain 63. Fur
nish 86, Hunsaker 2, Ryan 6, Wann 88,
Ackerman 57, Tongue 95, Weatherford 60,
Crawford SO, Raley 6L Tho, same pre- i inecs probably elected are: Marlon Hay
clncts in, lfcS gave-CSeer 77t King 52. The den, Hep , Representative, and J. D.
votetetwoen Kuydendall and Trais. for i Daly, Hep., Senator.
Senator, Is close. 'TheremalnderQf ihe - I
cits, bo far as counted. Is going Repub
lican. The Republican legislative ticket.
with the exception of Senator. Is prob
ably elected. The voto was the heaviest
TILLAMOOK. June 2. From return re
ceived Furnish is running 100 votes ahead
of Chamberlain. On the rest of the state
ticket the Republicans have a majority of
two to one. Tongue is running ahead of
"Weatherford by three to one. Eddy la
leading Griffin by about 75 votes. Re
turns on the county ticket Indicate that
the following are elected: W. W. Condor,
Dem., Sheriff; Homer Mason. Rp.. Clerk;
P. W. Fodd, Rep., Treasurer; P. E. Rey
nolds. Rep.. Coroner; H. H. Alderman,
Rep., Sheriff; A. M. Hpre, Rep., Assessor;
F, L. Fapplngton, Rep., Surveyor, G. "V.
Bodyfelt, Rep., Commissioner.
t Lincoln County.
NEWPORT, Juno 2 Two out of 14 pre
cincts hi Lincoln County give the follow
ing vote: Chamberlain C6. Furnish U, Hun
saker 12, Ryan "36, Bean 5, Bonham 43,
Bright 2. Dunbar 35, Sears 45, Blackman
45, McDanlel 28, Moore 8L Ackerman 34,
Wann 44, Crawford 90, Moyne 22. Raley
27, Godfrey 27, W.hltney S6, Tongue SS,
Weatherford S9, Geer 9S. Wood 48.
ASHLAND, June 2. Returns from the
various precincts of Jackson County are
WHO IS APPAREATLY ELECTED GOVERNOR OF OREGON.
meager and the count progresses slowly.
The indications are that Chamberlain has
carried the county tor Governor. The
Republicans are claiming the election of
Carter as Senator. Hansbrough as Joint
Representative and one Representative.
The county ticket will probably be missed.
The vote In this city was heavy and
the count progresses slowly. West Ash
land precinct, complete, gives Chamber
lain BL -Furnish 92. Tongue 106, Weather
ford 37. For State Senator Cartor receives
100. Nell 64. The vote of the City of Ash
land w as 696, a "heavy Increase over the
vote of two years ago.
PENDLETON, Juno 3. Furnish will
carry Umatilla County by 200 plurality.
Williamson for Congressman gets 3"K) plu
rality. The Legislative and County tloket
PENDLETON. Or, June 2. Incomplete
returns -from Umatilla County Indicate
glns for Chamberlain, Dem., for Gover
nor, Out of a total of 35 precincts, in
complete, returns from four precincts and
complete returns from two precincts that
gave Geer S4 and King 49 give Furnish
SO, Chamberlain 56.
ADAMS, Or.. June 2. Adams precinct
shows a good Republlqan majority for
slate and county candidates, with the ex-
W&f' b w draSHHI9BiPlili9
RE-ELECTED TO CONGRESS FR03I FIRST DISTRICT.
ceptlon of Governor, which stands: Cham
berlain, 87; Furnish, 59.
CORVALLIS, June 2. Out of a total -of
15 precincts Incomplete, returns from five
complete and three Incomplete, that gave
Geer 646, King 473, give Furnlsh 4JS,
Charabcrjaln. 404. The Legislative nom-
PRINFVILLE. June 2,-Of a total of
24 preclpcts In the county Incomplete re
turns from one and complete returns
from three which in 190Q gave Goer 29,"
King To. glvcFurnish 50 and Chamberlain
40. For Congressman the same precincts
give Williamson 144. Butcher 91.
No. 4 precinct reports Chamberlain 9,
Furnish 19; Hunrakor 9, Byan 8; Butcher
4S, Williamson 41; Bean 60. Bonham 41;
Dunbar 42, Sears 45; Walter Pierce 61; Jeff
Scrlbor S6. Precinct No. t reports Cham
berlain 65. Furnish 29; Butcher 49, Will
Sherman Connty. .
MORO. June 2. The Republican Con
gressional and Legislative ticket Is elected
by a good majority. Only two small pre
cincts have completed their count. Indi
cations are that Furnish will carry the
county by 100.
Alwnlom HurrIcs Bninhrldtre.
NEW YORK, June t. Ai'asnlorn. RUggles
Balnbridge, who at one time was under
sentence of doatb for assistance he -was
charged with having given John Wilkes
Booth, while the latter was, making his
cecape after assassinating President Lin
coln. Is doad from apoplexy at .his home
in this city.
Mr. Balnbridge was born in Virginia
ln 1S4S. He- entered the Confederate ArVny
under Colonel Mosby when he was 16
years of age, and at the close of the
war held the rank of Lieutenant. When
Colonel Mosbys command was dispersed
Balnbridge and a cousin. Major Ruggles,
who died In this city two weeks agor were
on their way home, when they met Booth,
whom they unwittingly assisted t cross
trfie river. The young Lieutenant and his
cousin were arrested and sentenced to
death, but subsequently were released.
Verdict on Anto Accident.
NEW YORK, June 2. The Coroner's
jury today Investigated the deaths of An
drew Featherstone and John Bogart In
the automobile accident on Sta.en Island
Saturday, and brought In a verdict exon
erating W. G. Baker, of Cleveland, and
C. A. Denser.
Cloutlbnrgt in Iotvu.
DBS MOINES, la.. June 2. A cloudburst
live miles south of here this afternoon
washed away several acres of corn, under
mined six miles of track on the Burling
ton route, blocking all traffic on the Keo
kuk branch and drowned many cattle and
"Wyoming- Rcjicrvolr Breaks.
SHERIDAN; Wyo., June 2. The. Kear
ney Lake reservoir, about 30 miles south-
west of this city, went out through a
I break In the dam Sunday, It was three
mites long and one-half mile wlde. with
an nv orage depth of 13 feet of water. As
a result of the wash-out, houses, barns,
ireus, crops unu tences ttioijjf xne niie
RIver.Valloy are seriously damaged. No
loss of life Is reported. The reservoir was
built in A991.at.a cost of about ?12,W.
BY A SMALL VOTE
(Continued from First Pase.)
Seventeenth Representative District.
For Joint Representative 4
O, W. Nottingham, Rep 1S0
W. F, Youn Clt!...... , 754
Eighteenth Senatorial District.
For State Senator
Henry E. McGinn. Rep .1054
Harry Lane, Clt , 1119
For State Senator (to Ull vacancy)
George T. Mvers, Rep 1369
H. D. Nicholas. Clt.... 810
A. A. Bailey. Rep 1242
William yn Banks. Rep 1105
S. B. Cobb. Rep , 1121
H. J. Fisher. Rep 1141
John GUI. Rep., 1271
C. W. Hodson, Rep 1071
W. R. Hudson. Rep 1C59
J. S. Hutchinson, Rep 11&2
W. N. Jones. Rep 1077
Dan J, Malarkey, Rep 1114
George M. Orion, Rep 1240
Snndflrson Reed. Rep 1U2
E. A. Austin, Clt 943
fa. J. Barber, Clt S80
J. C, Bayer, Cit...t 5?l
N. Df Beutgen, Clt 878
Frank H, Curtis. Clt 897
M. C. Davis. Cit 893
Henry Fleckensteln. Cit 890
Frank A. Heitkempor, Clt 930
E. A. McPherson. Clt 921
G. C. -Moser. Clt 847
Sidney Smith. Clt 510
A. F. Velgyth. Clt ,.. S50
J. Frank Porter, Soc 159
Charles Ream, Soc 221
For County Judge
L. R. Webster. Rep ....1207
H. B. Adams. Clt 977
For County Commissioner
Frank C. Barnes, Rep.- 1220
Henry Hewitt, Clt 930
For Sheriff '
W. A. Storey, Rep ,,. 94
John Drlseofl. Clt i733
N. H. Bird, Ind ,...... 740-
For County ClerK
Frank S. Fields, Rep 1153
J. P. Kennedy, Clt f 950
For County Treasurer
John M. Lewis, Rep 1297
I. L. White, Clt 706
For County Assessor
George E. Watklns, Rep 1066
Charles E. McDonnell, Clt 1132
For County Auditor .
-Qui D. Brandes, Rep 1527
W. H. Pope, Clt ,... 933
For County Surveyor .
John A. Hurlburt, Rep 1463
Lucius R. Lewis, CIt-Dcm ,. 793
J. P. FInlcv, Rep 15S0
Edgar H, Tnornton, Dem v755
For Mayor .M
George H. Williams, Rep 11S0
R. D. Inman, Clt 917
I. H. Amos, Pro - &
William T. Houser. -Soc
For City Auditor 1A
Thomas C. Devlin. Rep-Clt .- 1640
For City Treasurer
J. C. Jameson, Rep....
J. E. Wcrleln. Clt
For City Attorney
L. A. McNarv. Rep....
E. C. Bronaugh, City 9a2
Fo Municipal Judge
Harry W. Hogue, Rep 46
R. W. Thompson, Clt 644
George J. Cameron, Ind. Rep 625
For City Engineer
William C., Elliott. Rep 1029
D. W. TayfoT, Clt .'93
Adoption of City Charter.
.For Initiative and referendum
For Justice of the Peace -
William Reld. Rep J5J
R. J. O'Nell. Clt 616
W. E. Jackson. Rep , 6S5
Lou Wagner. Clt 539
John Donnelly, Ind , 159
EHt Portland District.
For Justice of the Peace - -
Waldemar SetonRep v. 375
R. P, Graham. Clt,. . .,.. .,...... 5A"..'... 179
For. Constable .
A. D. Keena'h. Rep , 319
A. M. Cox, Cit 292
S. W.Marks, Ind............) 4.
MULTXOMAII FOR CHAMBERLAIN.
IIU Plurality Over Furnish In Be
tween 500 and 800.
Incomplete returns from every precinct
but two in the county, representing 262U
of the 17,515 votes cast, give Furnsh,
Rep., for Governor 11B0 votes, and Cham
bcrlalp, Dem.. 1314. Chamberlain leads by
124 In a count of a little less than one
seventh of the total vote cait. Chamber
lain has apparently carried the county by
500 to S00 votes. In the vote so far ac
counted for, Mr. Furnish runs far behind,
Williamson, the nominee on his ticket tor
Congress. Williamson leads Butcher by
700 votes out of 2134 votes counted for
Congressman, and has carried the county
by the usual Republican majority". Fol
lowing Is the vote by precincts for Gov
ernor and Congressman:
11 Third ...
17 Fourth .
IS EOurth ,
E Fourth ,
40 Eighth .
41 Ninth ..
44 Ninth ..
60South Mount Tabor..
61 Mouta villa
64 PoT.ell'6 Valley
66 Bridal Veil
69 Sylvan ,....
VOTE NBARLY 30OO SHORT.
Greatest Decrease Wa In the Pre
cincts in the'Clty of Portlands
Complete returns from 68 of the- 70- pre
clncjs. jwjth .estimates for Bridal Veil and
the polling place at Burelbacb' building,
on the 2t. Helens roud, show that the total
vote cast was 17.515, agilnst a registration
of 20,390. TLe shortage Is 2S75. of which
the City of Portland contributed 26S7. The
city vote was 14.949, against a registration
of 17,636, Nearly every citjr precinct re
ported considerable falling off from the
registration, but in the country the vot
ing was fuller, and In Powell's Valley It
-exceeded the registration by six votes.
Following Is a comparison of tho regis
tration and the vote by precincts.
, Vote Votel Vote Voto
" Re"g. cast. rep. cast.
1 358 2227i 235
2 200 17231 283
3 .., 401 339,! 214.
4 ..."., 4S2 36633 1S4
5 , 364 30754 258
6 .., 324 283'K 144
7 ...., 351 3M56 21S
8 .337 297,87 419
9 657 440.SS S10
10 457 357139 316
U 380 336U0 251
11 259 211U1 3S0
13 .. 1S2 156U2 371
14 ..7. 252 200U3 ...- 377
15 326 21344 S6S
16 377 302i;5 365
17 357 202 46 437
IS 295 23617 277
19 234 259.1S 311
.20 123 114IJ9 .'.....279
21 264 20050 .309
22 43S 31915L 365
23 26S 223.-2 365
24 336 277 360
25 273 247i4 316
26 ,..279 2503 238
2T 277 25556 .131
28 330 226i57 129
29 107 6S r
Total for city 17,636 14,949
Vote Vote! Vote Vote,
reg. cast. J reg. cast.
r3 101 iu bo in
59 362 307,66 24S
CO 33S 303S7 1SS
61 297 251,68 58
2 211 20o'G9 .......133
63 223 2191T0 ...177
64 803 3121
Totil. county, outside city.... 2,754 .2,566
Total for city and county 20,390 17,515
REPUBLICANS CONTROL COUNCIL.
Pronpccts Good for Them to. Have
Partial returns received up to 2 o'clock
thL morning indicate that the Republicans
will have nine seats in the City Coun
cil, Including Merrill, of the Third Ward,
who Is on both the Citizens and the Re
publican tickets, and the Citizens two
iwats. In the First and Fifth Wards the
race Is (.lose, but the official count Is not
expected to change the present standing
of the candidates. At all events the Re
publicans are assured of a good working
majority In the Council. Following Is the
vote so far as counted:
First Ward Baldwin, Ind., 27; Concan
non, Clt., 43; RumellnRep, 4$.
Second Ward FocllcrClt.,'90; Keegan,
Ind.. 45, Kiernan, Rep.0.
Third Ward Merrill. Clt-Rep., 03;
Behoof, Ind., 56.
Fourth Ward Bentley, Rep., 180; James
aiackenrle. Pxo.. 13; W. R, Mackonzio,
Fifth Ward Cardwsll. Rep., 101; Wood -
ward. Clt.. 103.
Sixth WardMasters, Clt., 72; Slgler,
Seventh Ward Brown, Clt, 35; Zimmer
man, Rep.. 52.
Ejghth Ward Kern, Rep., 43; -Sherrett,
Ninth Ward Hosford, Clt, 102; Sharkey,
Tenth Ward Albee, Rep,, 94; Lewis,
Eleventh Ward-Davis, Ind.-Rep., 21;
Flegel, at. 45; York. Rep., 52.
IN EASTERN MULTNOMAH.
Connt Up to This Morning Favor
Indications in the county east of Mount
Tabor are favorable" for the Republican
ticket 8o far as the count had pro
gressed up to 1 o'clock this morning all
Republicans on the ticket had a majority
except Furnish, who was running behind
hto tjeket Yet he was ahead of Cham
berlain and gaining slowly.
Th vnt. in tho countrv nreclncts was
.hort of the registration, although from
15 to 20 voters were sworn In during the
day In each precinct who had not regis
Grjeat Interest centered In the election
of Road Supervisors, and there were very
tew who failed to make a eholce of a can
didate 4n either of the preclncta Indlca
tlpn are that all the Supervisors will
be BSDubl,can and ln accord 'wlth tne
bounty Court. However, two Independent
Candidates, B. C. LIttlepage, of Trout
dala, and Martin Kronlnberg, of Gresham,
are making a close race for office.
YT&Y THEY TRADE WITH US
European Nations Must Bny From
Us For Self-interest.
Now and th6n, despite efforts to as
sume a calm and cheerful yet withal a
dlgnlfled demeanor, England exhibits un
consciously perhaps, considerable fear of
the Yankee Hril' Germany, which Is not
easily moved, and certainly not easily
frightened, is also constrained at times
to regard the Yankee peril with no small
degree of anxiety.
France worries over it more vlslbly
than either of the others, because France
is more inclined to hysteria, Italy too,
has permitted herself to be scared by it
JtUt up to ,aaie ma iiiuai y(uuuuv.c
case of fright resulting from contempla
tion of the Yankee peril Is to be found in
e?r Koilscher, described as a promi
nent member of the Polish party, and a
large manufacturer, speaking In the
Relchsrath At Vienna, last Tuesday, de
clared that the tariff of the Austro-Hun-garlan
empire "must be made prohibi
tive unless Austria was willing to 'be de
voured by America, whose Dlngley and
MdKlnfey policies, followed .by Imperial
ism, were enabling her to oppress the rest
of the world."
Now, heres a state of affairs. Here's
a how-do-you-do. Only six short years
agp "the Hon. Bryan, the Hon. Towno,
the Hon. Hogg, the Hon. Stoe, and all
tho Hohl Gentlemen at the head of the
mighty Democratic-Populist movement,
were running up and down and across
the. country shouting at the top of their
voices that Europe was about to devour,
had. In fact, already begun to devour, the
We were playing second riddle to the
effete empires and monarchies. Lon
don. Paris, Berlin. Vienna, Frankfort-on-the-Miln
the continental bourses
wero gnawing at our vitals. Our sub
stance was being delivered Into the
hands of the money sharks of the old
world. We were paying a premium to
Lombard street and FrederJchstrassc,
and Lelpzlgerstrasse. and Ringstraase,
find the broker boulevards pf Paris, for
the privilege of trading with Europe
Upon Europe's terms. A feyr years more
of Republican rule and we would be
owned body and soul by the gold-hoarding
Two short years ago the same dire
predictions wero made, with Imperial
istic variations. In addition to all of our
follies, we had plunged ourselves head
lonsr Into Eurooean complications by our
silly ambition to, be known as a worldn
Herr Koilscher Is not, of course, exact-,
Iy Tight in his head. Ho. is suffering
from a Polish irenzy which bears a re
semblance Jn many respects to what
Mark Twain calls a French calm. Wo
are no mora disposed to devour Austria
than we are (to devour Great Britain,
France, Germany or Italy.
Nevertheless, Herr Koilscher gives
expressions to a prevailing European sen
timent or, rather, to a prevailing Euro
pean fear... Or Jt may be simply Jealousy.
Whatever it is, the fact remains that
there is not a nation In Europe today,
with the possible exception of Russia, that
is notiorced by self-interest to pay tribute.-to
the. United States. W are not
AN. 3 1 yUItIt )lrwS!ijffiMfeMP
HI SmmmWm L inl I a mw M
Illl 11 1 1 DM FY! ; ' t
engaged In clubbing the populations of
Europe Into trading with us. Tney need j
not buy our surplus products or our
surplus manufactures If they do not
All we do Is to offor them bargains
We give them more goods for less money
i uiiui inuy can get eisewnere. we give
tbcm better goods for less money than
than they can get elsewhere. We give
they can s:et elsew here. Austria, like her
sister nations, is dojng her shopping with !
us, not because we are compelling her to
do so, and not because she has any par
ticular liking for us. but because "it
pays to trade on the West Side."
"Want to Leatfe Smelter.
FLORENCE. Colo., June 2. Secretary
Whitney, of the Rocky Mountain Smelter
Company, of this city, has sent a letter
to the stockholders of the company, noti
fying them that Edward J. Seeley, of
Denver, and associates has made an offer
to lease the smelter for 10 years, with the
prlvijege of an extension of Ave ears.
He also offers, to bond the plant for pur
chase for $350,000. On a lease he offers to
pay 8 per cent per annum on pre
ferred stock and 2 on common. The sec
retary called a meeting to be held In
Florence on July 1 at 2 P. M., to con
sider the proposition.
More Money for Policemen.
An advance In salaries was determined
on at a meeting of the Police Commission
last night. Policemen were advanced ?o
per month and Captain Holman and Cap
tain Moore and Detectives Snow, Kerri
gan, Ford, Cordano, Day and Welner were
advanced ?10 per month. The advance
dates from JUne 1.
Castro Buy. Arms.
NEW YORK, June 2. President Castro,
of Venezuela, has ordered of a German
firm 10,000 Mauser rifles and 5.000,000
rounds of ammunition, says a Wlllem
stad, Curacao, dispatch to the Herald.
This Is regarded as proof that te Vene
zuelan Government Is short of arms and
Pelee Emitting: Cinders).
PARIS, June 2. An official dispatch
from Fort de France, Martinique, dated
June 1, savs:
"It Is useless to send further provisions,
of which there are sufficient on the Isl
and. Tho situation Is unchanged. Mount
Pelee continued Its eruption, and is emlt-
Crnelty of a P.olo Player.
LONDON, June 2. In the West London
Police Court today a summons was sworn
out by the Earl of Shrewsbury, charging
Lawrence Waterbury, the American polo
player, with cruelty to animals In using
sharp spurs In the game at Hurllngham
Mollnenx' Second Trial.
NEW YORK, June 2. Justice Scott, In
the criminal branch of the Supreme Court,
today set September 22 as the date for the
beginning of the second trial of Roland
B. Molincux, accused of the murder of
Mrs. Kate B. Adams.
Killed by Gnu Explosion.
VIENNA, June 2. Sixteen persons were
killed and four wounded as a result of
an explosion of gas today In an ozocerite
mine in the Province of Gallcla.
Prenitlent of Oberlln Dead.
OBERLIN, O., June 3. President John
Henry Barrows, of Oberlln College, died at
2:50 o'clock this morning.
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