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ikA I nsfi Important but
I"" . ... ininroBtlnc: fcvonw
Hal W -
m cftho Past Wook.
. i imminent between Vcn
' ... nn a I
T .1 nt least n week pre
Brvan au v,,k
rati V". r -.rrpntancc
h IClU "
f1 8 ,i i roiivcntion hissed
5ffi cheered for Roosevelt.
' American minister to Paraguay
The Americ ., cctlt rcv0.
' lira lllIIlUCBSi -
gSrdcrc;;; turns out to be the
. .....i, .ll receive about $2 a
ST k Look mi his coming hunt
worn I"'. , , .
L nip in Africa.
i , holding compatn
'JV nl ot Coast telephone
iSfTh! companies both deny
will have to
.......111. II1P L'lllllW Hi V. f t
Ki the recent loek fire in Hos-
tM Khan, commander in chic
cat ill rebels.
Treasurer Sheldon, of the Republi-
Urily publish a full statement
d the campaign cxicnv.
Tie Venezuelan charge (,',fr,airi at
v.mninn I.1S UCC I rctautu. uiua
cmpltliDtj the severance of all diplo
BatitKlatwns with the United States,
kam Potter continues to Improve,
IJj jwiccution has opoticd tbo case
wan eieve auohis.
IwsufH lid farewell In person to
fliifputiflg J'eary expedition,
i iMfh fonsul is en route from IIol
fcUtouke up his station in l'ortlnnd.
li Kogliih jmrliamontnry committee
bi rrporteu against an import on
Cernso ears won all places and the
TodJ 'i eksmplonihip in tliu recent au
taliit rates in Franco,
Ttjntioual convention of tailors nt
(tan k declared iipiliiHt freak in
muni io men's clothes.
H American Hallway nsaoelntion
njorti flat during the past two wooks
?& Me freight cars bavo Leon put
IiltnUte llallrond commission has
triM tliat it is not unreasonable for
tksaii to require shippers of lumber
UttmA itakes for same when it is
ti;rrJ on flat ear. -
li i fiitht between a Northern Pit-
di Irakeman and a tramp who was
Mat "do near North Ynkimn,
Tie, the tramp was iihot to (loath and
uHrileman severely woundod.
Ti Aroerleaa lmttloship fleet has
W Irom fiaa Franc lea oti lt vov.
? iMsad the world. The Nebraska
J"Wt lehind on account of soarlot
fw among the erew. 8ho vlll join
tfit at Honolulu.
tyMug continued at Tabriz, Poreia.
Vltr dentin n,. 1 i
8ett Rrsonn worn ilriun..l I., n
I Liieofo, Kcb.
.PrwJential Nomlnoo Taft plnyoil
BfTlfi lift Artt ulnt.. i 1 ll
TOcutle national convention. i
Poiico th nk thoy hnvd
tbe Biaek JIand leader that
In,. .... . iii lomirnn uni
"Stotal iImH,. .. . .
Hr.n " " " . "um i'ourwi or July
tt! I'M 2020 r ""'"k0" 4' ttmI
GREAT BALLOON RAOE ENDS,
WInnor Makos OOG Mlloa-Mnny Nar
Chicago, July 7 "The Chlcago-to-ocean
balloon race ended tonight,
when the last of the nine contestants
came to earth nt Went .;i.,.rr,,i ...
bee. 800 miles from the starting point.
This craft was the Fielding, owned by
K J. I'icldlng, of San Antonio, Tex.
i iiiiiiruximatciy ioo miles
more mi', stayed in the air five hours
longer than its ncarcm r-,.i. .!,.
and is also believed to have captured
Mia fi- fl . 1 1 . M,I-"
..u .u, u,c uanoon winch rc
mnincd in the nir the longest.
The contest wan m.irk.i i... ....
iiiiiiiiiik cat.ijjc irom drowning,
. Ihc Villc lc Dieppe dronne.l
NEWS ITEMS FROM WASHINGTON, D. C.
Venezuelan Consul Prepares to Leave
Washington, July 1 1. The dinlo
matic relations between America and
Venezuela, that have existed uninter
ruptedly for more than half a ecu
.tttry, though in recent vcars srvrnlv
eppe dropped' Into 1 8traillC(1' vvcrc yesterday completely
fl. .. . .!." . - -i l -.-'"l.u 1IHU
L.HKC lIICmifan SOOII nfli-r Hi. .i... SCVi-rcl At ;.,n .
and for an 1 otir nr mrA rAu' ..i Tl " UUVUC ytcruay
Mueller and George Selm f ' lcrn"" l5C"or Veloz-Goiticoa, the
pilots, were swept across the surface.
finally arising with their craft to a ''11 tl,c st!ltc department by appoint
.win..! ui iwou icci, iram wiucli thcy.'C"i to present to Acting Secretary
descended at ncnton Harbor, Mich. Mjacon notice from his govcrnii icM
nfAr8iV,lpC'iPCrIcn?CrfcJI '2 the lot that he was to quit his post here, clos
of C. II. Pcrritro and T D 111 m n, v....i'.. i :!.. . .
flTJ'r While endeavor. Wash.'ngto,, and repair forthwith to
..r iu viiwvv .i i.iiiiiiiiK near uaKC Un- Venezuela.
nT. uJ,ciTT ,sl,,oon fc". 't? the Hay of .The charge explained that the ac
Valium., a 1 1 v tiLi(iii.iiifl linn f nnnnf 1 1 mi ni I et'itn . m. s. ! !..
, , - wwiiiibu ----- y . mi. f-HUV, iuti iiiicill in Willi
A V 7m ' "'"""H"' i kcci) . jiitui) o cepcr. the American
afloat until a yacht put off from Glenn charge, from Caracas, and in Xi m
island and rescued tlit-m 'rii f-.i. im itt i
r ,t. i,n.. . .:. i .. . mime ii iicces-
"""" ,s "ol Known ncrc. ; Miry ior ins uovcrumcnt to taWf im.
J ne tliird serious accident nnr i
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iic iiniiuon vviismiigion.
1 he charge made no demand for hi
place near Clinton. Out,
Columbia could not be controlled by
Captain M. Peterson and C. H. Lcich
ler, and they were dashed against
trees nnd dragged throtmli li.irlin.t.
wir lnpr Ilntli itinn t.... ...:..r..n.. ....i . .. .
, ""-it j.iiiiiuiiy Hutu passporis to t ne American
"VAX. . . . .. . . . cargc when he withdrew from Cara
lanouig p aces ot the nine ual-cas, on the ground that there was no
oons. were as follows: necessity for tinnrt. ti.
passports, nor coulil lie
ently, in view of the fact that For
eigu M mister Paul had declined
T7:l.i:.... lir-.i ri. rr. i .
. .r, .,. x'"-".'-- iinjiwuim peace, aiui ms ncr-
America, Carsonville, Mich.; King son not being threatened in any way.
a. i r.t1,ril!ro,?' M.!c ,-; Chicago,. Scnor Veioz stated that the files and
AtWOOd, Unt.i U. S.. Pinkcrton Sin. naners nt ih. V.i,.,..i.... i i..
ion. Out.: Columbia. Clinton. n,, . ,;u,l, iJ XHU.'
Cincinnati, Covert. Mich- IllinnU Snmr T..in n;..,.....i .i. r...:....
Glenn Island, Out : Villc dc Dieppe, elan consul general 'hi New York"
Kenton Harbor, Mich. This statement is regarded as an in-
dicntion that the Venezuelan govern
ment will fol'ow the nreceilent -tn1i
lished by the United States in refrain
ing iroill rlllSlllir Mm rrim.nl-, l.c
r . .... . " yn ii
uqob uuu Tarus oeyontl Mark and arrangement has been made for the
Lnnds Safely. I transaction of any diplomatic business
Hnmmoiwlsport, N. Y., July 7,-Thc S nVcessaryo"Snctd fhrough
WHl Wm.inl AMOclatlo,,-. aero- S HXS, Sn&cy. T 8
romc No. .'I. the Curtiss lime Hu?.
yesterday earned the right to have its
name the first inscribed on the Scien
tific American tronhv for makimr an
official flight of one kilometer in a
straight line, measured from the point
'.I . .
wucre u icu uie ground.
After passing the Hag mnrkintr the
finish, the machine flew 000 yards fur-
FOR MERIT ONLY.
New Chief of Army Engineers is Not
Washington, July 10. President
Roosevelt recognized merit vi-lien lin
ncr, nnd landed at the extreme edge minnim,.,! rinn..i w-ii;, i xt...
Of till lielfl. Ilr.nr til. rfillrll Irtr ... ....
About 1000 persons saw the trial. The SlK'" ach,.c of f
tine I5ug crossed three fences and ' 'c pickco me oesi man in tne
escribed a letter "S two thousand engineer corps, and the one who. in
yarns in icngtn, in one minute and the opinion of unbiased officials of
i sccoiiiij. ai a speed oi m mi cs an .i ,i .. i ..t .i.
T& ;eS!dl!,,,OWCd 3 00-yard fl,"ht,i"0.r and
The machine never behaved better. V 'TT"' , .uc"l." .u C1
It i, the ,ix ofUcidl l. of on !5 ,c d S, S .waved
..inv ' l HNin l llltin.a. 1, c,,...,.,., T.,f, ...I.-. f.. .!.
'J w.v.il lull. IIIW liuill IIIU lllL
has favored the selection of .Marshall
for this post.
Colonel Marshall is physically
man of the Taft type, and for that
.. . i i i. i i
1 1 c.i nun iiicic may nave uccn a oouu
I of sympathy between them. Last
tan. wnen tne army riding tests were
For president Martin It. Preston.
For vice-president Donald Munro,
The nomination of Preston for
president was unanimous. The em
ulate was placed in nomination by
en released from jail on
Martin R. Preston, Now Serving Sen
tence, for Presldont.
New York. lulv 7. Cniuliil.ile fur
president and vice-president of the held, the president threatened to re
United States were named and a plat-1 l'r.e oionci .Mars nan .necause ne
form was adopted by the national , 'ailed to make the ride. Hut the fail-
committee of the Socialist nartv here ure was not due to the disinclination
vestenl.iv Tli? ticket iinincil is as on the part of the new chief of cngi
iivera, ii was unc io me inci uiai no
horse could he found in all the army
stables who could carry the rotund
colonel for a full day's ride, as. he
tips the scales at nearly :ioo pounds.
Killed in Paraguay Revolution.
Vnshiniloil. T ill v 10. Information
X dc Leon, who characterized the received at the state department yes-
man lie was naming as an Honest lerdnv is that the estimated loss of
working man, not a professional work- ijfc j the recent revolution in Pira-
ng man,' and added, "the name ot May Was from 100 to l.m persons,
hat man is Martin Preston, and he is while too were wounded. The in-
now in jail at Goldfield, Nev. Prcs- formation cnnic to the department in
ton is in jail today for conduct that a dispatch from Iidward C. O'Urien
I.I I I . ! I . l.: . .
nouornoie, ami wiucn no wutkhik American minister to Uruguay and
an should be ashamed of." I Paraguay. The revolution began on
Dc Leon explained that Preston had inK. . when the minister of war was
been sentenced to 85 years' imprison- taken prisoner. The dispatch came
cut for shooting a restaurant-kecper i,v wav of Huenos Avres. dated July
in Goldfield three years ago during 7, and at that time the City of Asun
a strike. Preston, De Leon asserted ci0n, where the revolution began, was
had acted as the protector ot dctense-, tranquil.
Cninese Make American Uniforms.
Washington, July 9, Secretary of
War Wright has recoivod from Con
necticut manufacturers of khaki cloth a
protost ngainst tho use of English-made
khaki for uniforms. Tho protost re
less girls, and by so doing his action
enraged a restaurant-keeper named
Silver. Silver, Mr. Dc Leon slated,
"was shot by Preston while threaten
ing to kill the latter."
Big FIro In Port au Prince.
Pnrl mi Pr!nr lull' 7 A SCriollS
fire broke out here yesterday in the that the uniforms were not only
vS;l.., f il. n,r-r- .iii.l Senate 9' "."' '"" "' um wore i.uu.u u,.
1... . I .1 . linn
Ni&llTnK $ .600,000.111, next, there being a big!
" "S' JU V in. I . !..! l ! .m.nrl nnc
iicatiicu iiim ii 1 1 1 K (M"j"i
o lallooniitg in th0 recent raen 1 hundred buildings were burned,, in
ZkJ .! condition rTf..nl eluding the courthouse and the prison
intulod too suddenly.
Pilie.. mil Senate or J'ritiBU maienni. uiu wuro iiuiuu u i
nines soren oufckly in Mnniln h' CMnCB0 M0r U,US 0X-
k wi d an I soon 'tlinK "ot 0,,,.v American manufactur-
proportions. Four " of lihaki.but American labor In tho
f'a 0,n.ri8h(,1 in a l'rninR
b - AffiSt. bl ""dwarS
wipe, ""un unu p.
i of M, :,. . vu " nnou' 4oo
All of the prisoners, who included a
number of women, were taken to
other quarters before the building
took fire. Sparks were carried to the
arsenal, which was also burned, to
gcther with stores of powder and ammunition.
production of uniforms, Tho complaint
was made through President Itoosovclt.
Trouble Brows In Honduras.
Washington. July 7. Information
has reached the state department of
a proposed revolutionary movement
against the government of Honduras
under the leadership of former Presi
dent Honilla. No details arc given.
The governments of Salvador and
Guatemala have given directions to
'felte.,1!" glares the
"u ue oo years.
Now Notification Scheme.
Lincoln, Neb., July 7. Hoping to prc'Vent any movement of that charac
bring about an innovation in the man- tcr taking form in those countries.
ncr of not. vmtr nrcsiucnwai caimi-
u" Wade ,
dates of their choice of standard-
bearers, Mayor Hrown, of Lincoln,
AmtHi' . . anu vicc President.
Agroement With Mexico.
Washington, July 11. A perfect
committee understanding between Mexico and
IIVlIILf Illila IIIUIllLJCr Jl LIIU 1 V 3 W 1 i t '
u vrru r e. t . t vt.i : ..k.i..rv mi n im ijiiuru jllii,.-) tin tu iui.i wtvui
ZY?JLt Topeka bavo ? . A 5. lc 5!J K,,"5.nVTern ffv lawa'on fhe Mexican "bS d7r was
!... "uu J00 men. , vcn m nuu iir.r.?c ... - , . Bt . twn hoilrs. coference
BRAZIL IS STUBBORN.
Insists on Soiling Warships to Japan
If She Likes.
Washington, July 7. Because they
say the United States is interfering
wantonly in the carrying out of her
naval plans, Brazil, through her diplo
matic agents here, is planning ;
sweeping system of retaliation, where
by 20 per cent preferential tariff to
Americans in Brazil will be abolished
and Brazilian war craft disposed of
in any way which the Brazilian gov
ernment sees tit.
"The movement will "be begun by
...... ..f : . : .i. ti i
wm.tin.-u Hijiiauuii in wic Brazilian
newspapers," a Brazilion diplomat
said to a United States' naval officer.
"We consider it our right to do what
we please with our ships. It is no
body's business. There is no reason
why the United States should closely
supervise our navai programme and
ferret out each informal agreement
which may or may not have been
Proof that Brazil has already sold
one torpedo-boat to Japan prompted
these statements. It is said that Bra
zil has ordered 20 battlcshins to be
built in European shipyards, and that
these vessels, when completed, will
oe turned over to Japan.
SNAKE INDIANS DEFIANT.
FOURTH COSTS 30 LIVES.
RUEF OUT OF JAIL
proved by Court.
PRISONER SEVENTEEN MONTHS
Father and Sister Sign Obligations as
Sureties, Holding Property of
Ex-Boss in Trust.
OAKLAND TRAINS COLLIDE.
Drive Off Sheriffs, Who Go to Inves
Muskogee, Okla., July 9. The sheriffs
of Mcintosh and Omulgco counties
went to the Old Hickory grounds, near
iienryetta, yesterday to investigate the
uprising of Snako Indians and were
driven away from tho camp by thirty
uriiiuu j mount) anu negroes. iiciore
sending them away, Crazy Snake deliv
ered a messago defying the laws of tho
stato and the United States govern
ment, who, ho declares, have no author
ity ovor the Indians.
ino olliccrs will get into communica
tion with Guthrie and it is probablo
that stato troops will be sent to dis
perse tho malcontents. Crazy Snako is
the leader of several uncivilized Creek
Indians, many of whom do not speak
English. Thoy find tho laws of tha
new stato objectionable and they aro
enraged by Crazy Snake's assertion
that they nro being cheated in the land
Bids for Naval Colliers.
Washington. July 7. The navy de
partment today opened bids for the
purchase of three steam colliers of
American registry, 7200 tons dead
weight, maximum cost $525,000. Of
the four bids received, the Mason
company, of Boston, offered to sell
its colliers, the Everett, Maideii and
Melrose, for $725,000, and the New
York Shipbuilding company, of Cam
den, N. J., bid to construct three ves-
els. 7450 tonnage, at $439,000 each.
The Maryland Steel company, of Bal
timore. Iiirl fn hnilil nn vessel fnr
$40H,000; two for $397,000, or three for smoking car, about 10 feet from the
Crusado for Safe ana" Sana Celebra
tion Comos to Naught.
Chicago, July C Once more the
annual barbaric orgy of death and BflH BOIlllS for $1,560,000 AO-
mutilation, Which masquerades under. . . '
the guise of patriotic celebration of
the nation's natal day, has passed, and
the fearful cost has been counted in
In many homes there is -mourning
for children who have met untimely
ends and adults whose lives have paid
the penalty of wanton folly, while in
darkened chambers and hospitals
throughout the country lie thousands
of maimed and suffering victims,
some sightless and some disfigured
for life, the work of the demon fire
In Chicago, as elsewhere, despite
the brave struggle in behalf of a "safe
and sane" Fourth, there was scant
improvement over previous Fourths,
and the result of all the efforts toward
reform can scarcely even be dignified
bv the appellation of near sane.
inc ocatn roil tor tins years
Fourth is 38. and the returns are. still
incomplete. At midnight reports of
oeatns and casualties were still com
inf in, and the total of the injured had
In Chicago alone, where the crusade
for a safe 'and sane Fourth was
strongest this year, there arc eight
dead and 130 injured. The fire loss
n the nation, so far as learned, is
$41,950. Of this Chicago will bear
Deadly tetanus last year claimed 73
victims after the noise and excite
ment of the Fourth had died away.
Fifty-three cases were caused hv
blank cartridges, eight by giant
crackers, six by toy cannons and four
by firearms. In 1900 the number of
cases that developed was 89, 54 of
which were caused by blank cart
ridges. In 1005 it was 104, of which
came from blank cartridges. In
1904 there were 99 tetanus cases, 74
insing irom the blank cartridges, and
n 1903 the number ran ud to 392. of
which all but 29 cases came from bul-
etlcss joy producers.
Seven Killed and 30 Injured by Care
Oakland, Cal., July 6. The nar
row-gauge local, bound from the Ala
meda Mole into Oakland, crashed into
the Santa Cruz train No. 57, bound
for the Oakland Mole, at 7:10 last
lght at First and Webster streets,
killing or injuring all of the passen
gers in the Santa Cruz train smoking
Seven were killed and over 30 in
jured. The collision was on the cross
ing of the narrow gauge and main
nes, opposite the Webster street
bridge. The engine of the Alameda
rain, which was running with tender
head, cut into the Santa Cruz train
$395,000 each, all of the twin screw
type, 12 knots, 7200 tons; single screw
type, 12 knots, 7200 tons, $377,500 each
for two. $370,000 each for three ves-
cls. Cramp & Sons, of Philadelphia,
id for $475,000 for one or all three,
1 knots, 8200 tons.
Consul Will Investigate.
Washington, July 3. General A. L.
Myor, commanding tho department of
Texas, has telegraphed to the war do-
San Francisco, July 7. Abraham
Ruef was released from the county
jail last night on bonds aggregating
$1,500,000, the largest amount ever
given in a criminal case in the state.
This sum is the aggregate bail upon
78 indictments, returned by the Oliver
grand jury, charging Ruef with brib
ing the former board of supervisors
in connection with the granting of
franchises to public service corpora
tions, and upon which he was taken
in custody by the prosecution as a
sort of "prisoner of state," in charge
of an elisor appointed bv Tudee
Frank H. Dunne and a half a dozen
private guards, at an expense of about
$1000 a month.
Since January 10. when the new
administration went into office, Ruef
has been languishing in the countv
Twenty sureties, including Ruef's
father and sister, and himself, signed
the bonds. It develooed vesterd.iv
during the examination of his sure
ties before Superior Judge Frank J.
Murasky, that Ruef owned real es
tate in this city which he recently
transferred to his father and sister.
upon which a real estate expert, on
the witness stand, placed a value of
Ruefs annual income from tnis
property was $76,900. His father and
sister went his bonds to the amount
of $690,000, while other sureties qual-
niea ior $bvo,uuo. ut tne latter, Jo
seph Hirsch and Leopold Hirsch
signed five bonds for $20,000 each,
Louis Friedman six bonds of $20,000
each, and a surety company deposited,
a certified check for $100,000, equiv
alent to $200,000 in bonds.
Ruef's next trial has been set for
July 15 on one of the indictments
charging him with bribery in connec
tion with the granting of a trolley
franchise to the United Railroads. Al
though he has been in custody for 1G
months, he has been tried but once,
the jury disagreeing after being out
After leaving court Ruef went to
the home of his parents to join rjhem
at dinner, and announced that later he
would visit the county jail and bid
farewell to the prisoners, and thank
them for courtesies shown him.
BRYAN IS DICTATOR.
signal tower in weDster street, ihe
wreck of the coach containing its
dead and screaming wounded was
hurled on its side, with the Alameda
local tender buried in the wreckage.
The baggage coach of the Santa Cruz
train, which was in front of the
cmnl.ar A 1 I 1 C
partment that ho has sent four troops f, 'nV . i i
of cavalry to Del Rio, near the scene "p. Both locomotives were de-
f operations or the insurrectionists in i ,,,r . . . , ., .
ir,,- I u ntil me limns auutK, inc biuuKcr
aipMiu. , f i, i. rn :
Americnn Consul Ellsworth, at For-'" ? "- ".. .ui.Uw...Kl
The front end was smashed to
Solinters. the Mr hpincr tnrn frnm tlr
front trucks and the mass tossed from j the triumphant reappearance of the
the main line track up against the ' peerless one after a temoorarv ecliose:
Has Complete Control of Convention
Denver, Colo., July c. One great
Bryan ratification leading to a wild
burst of enthusiasm in celebration of
iiiuiicnii uuaui jiiaiui m, lit ui- ' . . , , (u
Diaz, stato of Coahulla, Mexico, has which continued on its course, crash-
nfnr.nn.l Mm Rtntft ilnnnrtmnnt M.nt Iip "B ,e uo"cr Ot Uie Aiameoa
s going to make a trip to the Las !oc? bome,.w.'
vacos country, tho scene of ono of tho ' .t,,ls and tne
nflAiit .llatiiflin.irtAa lntnAn tlm rolinla WHICH WaS atSO
a demonstration of the completeness
of the new leader's power over all
men and measures; amnesty and har
mony for all who may be useful and
who promise to be good; expulsion
from the temple, excommunication
and the scaffold for all who have
committed lese majeste and who re
fuse to bow the knee in humble pica
for pardon such is to be the Demo
cratic national convention, the first
session of which is to begin at noon
Today the Bryan people have the
bit in their teeth. They are running
strong and free. They are feeling
indows were broken
" first Alameda coach.
recent disturbances between tho rebels Ymcn was ais? aeraueu. utnerwise tne exa iaiion oi power. iney dud
ml the Mexican troops, to investigate ll,cy were noi oamageo. ine passen
ondit'ons thoro. While ho will report Fe.rs "J tl,eSe "ere shaken up, but not
s findings to tho stato department, i "J"'-U; . .
x iuv-iii-aiij. .in iiiuoi; in uie siiiuivcr
were pinned in the wreck and their
cries for help followed the terrific
crash of the trains coming together.
Some were able to dig themselves out
i (.1. ...:u .i. i. i.'..
uie win! juy uvui liic tiiiiiiiiu nicy
have won over plutocracy. For the
great majority of the conquered they
have nothing but good-will, and the
right hand of good-fellowship. But
upon the heads of the few they are
preparing to wreak their vengeance.
Guffev the plutocrat of Pennsyl
vania; McGraw and his side-partner
from West Virginia.; Tom Ryan, the
head devil of the whole anti-Bryan
conspiracy; Sheehan, the head devil's
chief scout; Smith, of New Jersey,
known as the wolf; and poor Gov
ernor Johnson, of Minnesota, whose
crime is that of being caught in bad
company, are to be punished.
Catch Black Hand Leader.
New York, July 7. Lieutenant
Petrosino and his Italian detectives
cion at Corricntcs that the artillery (yesterday were running down the
at the capital mutinied and bombard-; loose ends of their case against a
cd the market place. Many women i Sicilian. Guiseppe Affinto, who until
San Francisco, July 8. Tho army are said to have been killed in this recently, it is charged, was the mov-
transport Thomas sailod yesterday for tigming. the toreign representatives ; ing spirit m many ot the Hast bide
Mnniln via Honolulu and Guam with a i"'. '!' r " ? vK . : u,K.ir" 'T. "r-srV,,,,i - w" a7c-
cuia iu .ujsiaiii iiuui uumiu, lining mc'cu un mi: ai'ciiui; i-naic nun lie
threw a momb m a tenement house in
ho is making the investigation entirely
on his own responsiblity.
Reds and Blacks Clash.
Washington. July 9. Thero has been of the wreck, but the majority had
clash betweon tho Snako Indians nnd n u ,, c.vl,r,t n; i, j,n,i
ogroes near Sonora, Okln., according ...r. Uiilv nt-uehvA Th. r.lin .,!
o dispatches received by tho Indian Ar Hennrtments 'r enllH nut nnri
Protective association of Washington were soon at work carry;ng WOUnded
from hufauln Harjo, orator of the four and deaU from the wreck
Tndinn tribes. Several complaints hnvo
been registered hero of Into by tho In- ru.i. r. i m..
ians, who doclaro that tho whites, ncoe'3 oy.
through government officials dealing J Buenos Ayres, July 0. Telegraphic
with half-breeds in Oklahoma City, aro ' communication with Asuncion the
obtaining possession of their land with capital of Paraguay, where there is a
but nominal remuneration, and this is revolution, is still interrupted, but
understood to hnvo been the cause of word has been received from Asun-
full cargo of commissary stores. She citv. This news was brought to Cor
carried a numbor of passengers, inilud' rientes by the captain of the steam-
ng sovorai army and navy olliccrs nnd ship.
omhors of thoir families, 20 entistod
San Francisco, July 0. Mrs. Annie
men for tho navy, 83 enlisted men for
tho mnriiio corps nt Manila, nnd 20 mn-
rinna f.tr Hunm f"lti rntnintti(v tn tliio
port tho Thomas will undergo extensive "cigimg and her 4-year-old son were
East Seventy-fourth street to intimi
date a wealthy Italian in an attempt
to blackmail him. This affidavit was
sworn to by a man who, the police
say, saw the bomb thrown.
Death List Grows.
Chicago, July 7. Ninety-four dead
and 2920 injured are the totals of the
I ' . . . . t . ..lil.
i"wi in i.. nn on in rm nt ia rview Willi inc
"'r preiM:. noPinatecl cnndL nounccmcnt that he is to be the leader.
Brave political af-
Recovor 228 Bodies.
Yttzono, European Russia, July 7.
An official statement shows that 328
PWired l in r?P surrounded ,mi bodies have been recovered from tne
Wr 40 "bels wit out T shot he Rikosky coa mi,,e- w,,eF S1 ga9 eX
to, u,out a 8,,ot "e-1 plosion occurred several days ago.
C ,h Columbi, t, i Nineteen Injured men arc now in the
&V0 only '?8 '"sued fishing hospital. The fire in the mine has
" COnilne ieaLthrcc Japanese for been extinguished nnd yesterday eight
I miners were brought out alive.
between Acting Secretary of State
Bacon and Ambassador urcci,
Two Years for Forgery.
Chicago, July 10. -Daniel Keller,
ex-captain in the United States army,
recently convicted of defrauding the
government through the use of stolen
quartermaster's checks, was yesterday
sentenced to serve two years at hard
labor in the fcdcralt prison at Leaven
killed instantly on the shore of Lake
Mcrritt, in Oakland, by the explosion
paper I rust Pays Nnes. of a fireworks mortar. A piece of Fourth of July casualties in the
New York, July 7. Twentv-two iron frdm the mortar struck Mrs. i United States this year, so far as re
members of the Manilla & Fiber Pa-'Reiglmg in the .chest with such force ported. In Chicago, in spite of all
per Manufacturers' association, who that it tore her heart from her body, efforts for a sane celebration, the toll
were fined $2000 recently for operating The piece of ordnance was being used exacted was more disastrous than a
a combine in restraint of trade, paid in the public celebration. Thousands year ago. The city's total of victims
uivit uiiwa tu uiiutu wiiilta wilvilll p uuu fnt-u uiuuiiu nit ui iui uatmuuv s uaKcuica la iu ucau
court today. The other two com- lake to witness the fireworks
names are expected to pay their fines
in a few days.
and 182 injured- an increase of three
fatalities and 52 persons injured over
the 1907 figures. Lockjaw and blood
President Celehrataa. .
Oyster Bay. July 6. President po'somng win auo more victims.
Roosevelt celebrated the Fourth of I
Portland. July 7. Fifty horses ne.
tho Moxican border in southern Ari- of fireworks set off in front of the which started shortlv after 12 n'r&rU
An the Dexter livery
corner 1'itth and Ankeny
Troops Fight Forest Fire.
Washington, July 0. The war donart. Tu!
mont hnB ordered Colonol W. S. Sehuy- at Sagamore Hill. In the evening!
lor, commnndor of Fort nuachuca, on the president had a beautiful display i
tno Moxican border in southern Ari- nf
F nil posslblo assistance house. Seated-on the veranda with this morning
n tho suppression of a sorioiis firo rag. the president and his family were a stable, corne
JL-B. Iiuaorj,ca mountain in the number of relatives and many friends streets. The
Garcoa national forest.
loss to buildings and
property is estimated at fully $15,000.