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OF THE DAY
CANADA fe ANGERED.
..... Hum finfhiirtd frmn All
parts or mo wra,
Retaliation In High Tariff Is
Urged In Dominion.
Ottawa, Ont., Juno lC-Tlmt tho
now Aniorlcan customs tariff when
finally revised will further Increase the
tariff against Canada, is the represent
ation mado by many commercial bodies
10 mo uominon government.
inauirloa nrn t in nut n . ,t,.i
...nuu nmni'il ' . "Hun
mrn rnu thh HI XT HrAllhai uruo mo government a k v tn nnr,
rrftnUW BUO in thO matter. nanm.n,...l.
nm JuunuBnon is Doing urged and
vmbws sutnoriuofl aro beginning to
give tneir attention to the situation
which the Payne tariff 1b likely to cro-
ijumoor interests as well as pulp
iiiBiiuiugiurors una paper makers of the
ivhii, ui vucucc aro jUDiiant over
mo announcement recentlv marin hv n
provincial leader, Sir Lomor Gouln.
that Otumpapro duos Would bo incrflARnrl
ana mat export of pulp wood from the
province will bo prohibited. ThlB pro-
Important but Not Less Inter
esting Happonings irom roinis
Outtldo tho State. '
The French budgot for 1910 shows
. ..nnrtor has been shot In tho
Italns of Arizona by Mexicans,
Th irovernment Is Investigating tho motion will only apply to timber cut
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.i. rtnt cfl. ....wq uii ujrotuio, nupa anu pota
C " Xv Iked lho'u tt:fl . Canada la more into.
twW . H ri;,r V3?50 ,n 100 coai wleat " lumber
MB sun iiu- - uuties, Tho opportunity afforded bv
A steamer has just arrived at Seattle tho Payno tariff for reciprocity in coal
i t..t, with nir nnd a half tons I ifl likolv to ha n llvn ntihlnt tn Ataa-
6tA . ... " .--j...ui,uir
ffolJ valueu as $o,;uu,uuu. un hum Hcuaion oi mo uauna'
" . a. t a. tlian parliament.
jipsDHu, - " T . " Tho continuanco of duties on wheat
has led to tho philosophic opinion that
tho United States will bochlofly affect
ed at present, and In time to como will
t.i,i nnvnrnmont. are ondoavorlntr
H luniv r " ' .
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t ngainBt mo uncriu wuu muuo oo compenca ny nome demand to lower
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS IN BRIEF j
..Ms nllnrrinrr hunrlnrv.
recent " -1 - o r -
rfileneo Burrreons uavo auceessiuny
1 j ...t nn rti nnnn imm inn iinr
i Iamb into tho right leg or a man,
n a traffic agreement botweon tho
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nnno IArl lanrl nn fhn II If
Thfl larccst amphitheater in tho
. iviiATiion uriu nuvn unnru i iif
land with mo sito win cost $s,
se. tho convicted bank wrecker,
L mill Mriiw 9 nil a W tin
Cardinal GibbonB warns womon to bo
il about taking up woman suf-
AD HUJCUUIllUllb VI VIIU Altl.lUID IJU'
The Japanoso government treats tho
f tJ A. J A.. 11. .
me on agitators.
i Rrittah steamer was fired on by a
t. f - . f-t
the czar b yacht.
persons in Austria took shelter
Angeles pollco declare that
vimriw ni vnnnir iririu nnun nnnn
xnghated from Pacific const cities
j u.h.l'11 lu tjiiina. Lei live m. inn ni
As a result of tho observance of tbo
me ui nunKrr inn. tin nnrnnnR worn
'rk ..r.i f. . m m t
mi 3 Var ivnn rnnnrfnM frnm Kl
mm. i .n i
Two bier Eastern ateel plants havo
cicuu in unr rnnr iniwAnoA i r tirnvno
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8 tornado and thrnn nnrannn irittnrl
1 rnM(n ... I 1 t . .
aesporato effort to secure tho
uuiulii pniiu r.fiffn
... Mtiu UHUUl
.... wiiuliu IIIIIDIklBII DBVn
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...... i.ouisy. ui juiDouuri, nun
tho tariff bars, as Canada has tho com
mocmy and tho American millers must
DE PAUL GOES HOME.
Venezuelan Envoy at Paris Recalled
In Disgrace. '
Paris, June IG.Jobo J. do Paul, tho
special representative of Venezuela to
Europe, received his rocall bv telo
graph from tho Venezuelan govern
mcnt Just as tho protocol with Franco
Senor Paul savs that ho was stuno-
... . ...
ilea uy mo action or his orovornment.
"I cannot understand." ho Bald
..wrv . IDDIUQIIb WUU1U IIUVU UI
lowed himself to bo hoodwinked by tho
intericrenCu of somo few groups."
Thcso groups, ho said, bad accused
mm oi high treason at the time of the
downfall of President Castro, because
as minister of foreign affairs he had
notified the United States government
through Honor Lorcna. tho Brazi lan
minister to Venezuela, that Venezuela
desired to settle all difference with
foreign powers and requested tho
American government to send a war
ship to Venezuealn waters. A similar
notification was sent to Great Britain
Sonor Paul declared that tho situa
tion at the timo was despcrato; that
the support of the army was uncertain
and that many of Castro's friendB and
rolatlevs wore in high positions.
"It is less a conciliator than a man
with an iron hand that Venezuela
needB," ho said.
"NovertholcsB, in spito of my dia-
graco because I am conservative. I
Bball continue to givo President Gomez
my support in maintaining tho recrimo
l helped to establish."
CHINESE COOLIES FOUND.
Inspoctor Falls Among Band of
In Steamer's Hold.
Seattle, Juno 15. Immiflration ofii
cials, af tor picking up on tho wharf i
stray uninose who admitted he came
over a4 a stowaway on tho Great North
ern liner Minnesota, searched tho ves
sel yesterday and discovered nine more
smuggled coolies and a quantity of silk
Inspoctor C. E. Koagoy, who is
heavy man, stepped into tho sail locker
of tho steamer and fell 20 feet through
a nolo in tho iloor, alighting
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CaueaslanB with Chines. JnrmnB.a UP they screamed in terror, Further
ft A at.. . it
(. . uuiu nviiv uiiuui
imvo been rocovered from
ox tho Panama steamship
feud nf KfnJ..m.
uemna anu two fatal n ur os.
the United States Stool cornoration. steamers,
luT 3 Vl urreais nave neon mado
investigation brought to light several
leathor sacks resembling government
mall pouches filled with raw silk and a
number of boxes of Manila cigars.
Tho bags of silk are supposod to havo
been taken aboard with tho mail sacks.
Three Chinese stowaways wero cap
tured on tho British steamer Cymoric
laat month, and it. is believed organized
smuggling is in progress on Oriental
Plan Buffalo Roundup.
Butte, Juno 16. One of tho most
uniuuo roundups in tho history - of the
West will start tomorrow at'Ronan,
on the Flathhead Indian reservation.
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3t. Pnill n,J XI i.1 L H Iknwl nC kin'nl,.na .lll'll kn.nll.l .l
j miiu xiurviiwootorn ran- m"w ui uuhhiuvb tt wv uuhcu anu
1'iuto train auditors on tholr onvon to mo biockbcio at uavuia.
"w wuiuan wno tnni-ripfi n
-i "v-t uuaunnu,
an effort to
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. uuuiL hi nn n inrvori
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&Aart. J Bakersfiold, Cal.,
u iiiu hli ninfF Trtfirt on
vii ui nowilnr.
new rnovo has boon started to so
s roleaso from tho ineano
Tho animuls will bo loaded on specially
constructed cars, a number of tho fin
est specimens going to tho Canadian'
National park. Others of tho animals
Will bo shipped to Western parks.
Turkey In More Trouble.
London, Juno 16. An Athens dls
patch to a London news uurcau pays
hnf orlvlfim frnm TTsWnn TCnrnnAnn
Bonntn .ni)... i ji in .
nn...! .vuo itnva uuruu'ii i 'inrKnv. runort i imrro nnirniromonr. nr.
vui umnndmnnf ..nnn.i .il .. .I i . t . . ;
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lP6r nattnnf j .. tlio (llonotVi tliA Allipnlnnn wrtra m
.i .-' vuuiilv nnani I nmt ail I uu ovu wj v.iw wvbuij ..w v.w au.ivioii
ui.io mm hnv fnllo Briiuory,
wnich ho is confined.
lUftH fc 1 . ' F MH tm I U II fct WITH II UII DDI B
i ik. . -rvt vauuauuw tjim iiiii" ilv n v v i n limn r rrnn i n Annwni
"ianaping of hla duihtiir. "Vr ' n" Ju" i- Hrr i7" nun"
i r s iian v ii. uaiiuiiuui uuiui liiu run
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uruzinnn tt inninn rnnRtntniiarv. who la fit nrnflnnt
Hunt Down Mutineers,
COncrraRn wttt tnlrA
Prevcnf iw. a i t.
contro nsr th inarbflrL
.,-:m arivnn nUlnt.
rii.i.t 1 ' I
North nil ""iisn employes mutiny.
Jpnlno constabulary, who is at present
on a tour of inspection in tho island of
Job, wU) at onco proceed to Davao,
Mindanao island, the sceno of the
The insular government is
determined to make an example of the
toutliKHM men. 4 ,i
Friday, June 18.
Washington, Juno 18.The senate
late today adoptod by a vote of 44 to
32 an amendmot of tho senato commit
tco on finance fixing a duty of S4
ton on print parser in place of tho
house rato of $2 8 ton. Tho other
amendments to tho wood pulp and
print paper schedule had not been act
ed ucon when the senato adjourned at
Tho Bailey income tax amendment
will bo pending when tho senato con
venes tomorrow. If a unanimous
agrcemont in accordance with a mo tic n
made bv Aldrlch today is not then ob
tained, ho probably will movo to post
pone consideration of tho subisoct to a
Thursday, Juno 17.
WashlnKton. Juno 17. Tho fight td
place wood pulp and print paper upon
the freo list was opened up in tbo sen
ato today under the leadership of
Brown, of Nebraska. Going over to
the portion of the chamber in which
Aldrlch, Halo, Fryo, Lodge, Gallingor,
Smoot and other leaders have their
scats, the Nebraskan stood in tho midst
of the opposing forco and with good
nature parried thrunta that came to
him from all quarters as ho delivered
a tolling speech in bobalf of the cause
he had espoused.
The debate began when Aldrich pro
posed an amendment increasing tho
duty on print paper from one-tenth to
two-tenths of a cent per pound, which
ho said equaled $4 a ton. The Dlngiey
law placed tho duty at $6 a ton and
the bouso reduced it to $2 a ton.
Wednesday, June 16.
Washington, Juno 16. The senate
today finally adopted tho Philippine
freo trade provision of tbo tariff bill
af tor voting down soveral amendment.
The voto on final adoption was 42 to
28. Six Republicans, Root, Borah,
Bristow, Clapp, Crawford and La
Follettc, voted with the Democrats
against the finance committee propo
sition. Aldrich presented tho finance com
mittee's substitute for tho houso zinc
schedule and it received a large share
of tho attention of tho senate during
the afternoon. The committee amend
ment provided for a graduated scale of
duty on tho zinc in zinc oro in placo
of the fixed rato of the house bill.
All oi the finance committee's recom
mendations as amended were adopted
The committee's suggestion for
changes in the silk schedule also was
adopted. A number of other commit
tee amendments of a minor character
wero presented just before adjourn
ment and some of them were acted
Tuesday, June 15.
Washington. June 15. Vigorously
denouncing the committee on finance
Dccause oi lis cnango ot front over
night on tho subject of tobacco im
portations from tho Philippines. Bur
kett, of Nebraska, in tho senate)! char
acterized this action as "an effort to
hang tho senator from Wisconsin up in
the air," and finally declared that this
even "affoided senators a good oppor
tunity to voto a lack of confidence in
This followed Aldrich's Btatement
that the committee would accent the
amendment proposed by Bulkeloy to
reduce the number of cigars to be ad
mitted free of duty from tho Philippine
islands from 150,000,000 to 70.000.000
and the quantity of filler tobacco from
1,500,000 to 1.000.000 pounds, to
.t 1 1
gemer wim a provision that the wrap
per ana nner tobacco should be un-
A. 1 . . t .
Hiemmca wnon receiving this conces
An interesting featuro was a declar
ation by Borah that he proposed to
voto lor loosening the bond which fed
tho Philippines to the United States.-
He declared himself in favor of crivinsr
mo lsianas an maeponaent government
vvooa puip and print naner were con
sidered today by Republican members
of tho finapco committee. No voto was
taken. Tho duty on paper will be fixed
at ?4 a ton, which is a compromise be
tween tho house rato1 of S2 nnrl thn R
rate of tho present law.
Monday, June 14.
Washington, Juno 14.- Sucrar wan
tho stirring subject beforo the senate
today. It was brought to tho front In
connection with tho consideration of
tho linanco committee's substitute for
tho house provision of the tariff hill
regulating tho admission of Philippine
articlea into tho United States and
received practically the undivided at
tention the entire day.
iJuring tho first hour there wub soma
discussion of the effect of tho provision
on mo iodocco mtorests of Connecti
cut, but an amendment lookW tn thn
introduction of Connecticut tobacco
nto tho Philippines for wrannora hart
the effoct of rolioving tho situation in
Saturday, June 12,
Wnhington, Juno 12. Havlncr com.
pleted the consideration of Itonia of the
tariff bill that had been nnaHBd rv.
under objection by senators during ita
MCiinil readme, the senato by its ad
inurnment todav until Monday marked
an important period in tho progress of
the measure, wnen tno dih is again
taken up, it will be Upon ita third read
ing for. the final disposition of items
upon which tho most pronounced ob
I flnna finvi hflpn made.
In completing the tkscoitd reading of
the b 11. a number of items jn tno ireo
list were disposed of. Works of art
over 20 years old. and collections illus
trating the progress of art over 100
veara old. were rotained in the free
list bv a voto of 58 to 15.
The Btai-ch industry received protec
tion by a reversal of tho recommenda
tions made by tho committee and tapi
oca and Bago will be aubject to a duty
of ono cent a pound, when not Import"
cd for food
Crude potash, potash carbonate,
caustic potash, yams and radium were
placed upon tho free list.
Nono But Tillman Opposes.
Washington, Juno 19. Opposition
on tho part of Senator Tillman is tbo
only obstacle in tho way of the nomina
tion of Robert T. Devlin to Bucceed
himself aa United States district at
torney for the Northern district of Cal
ifornia, according to a report current
here todav. Tillman haa expressed a
desire to go more fully into the Perrin
case, though the sub-committee of tho
judiciary committee of the senate is
apparently convinced that Devlin can
givo no information that would sub
stantiate suspicion of subornation of
perjury in the Perrin trial. It is
thought Devlin's nomination will be
reported favorably Monday.
Probe to Enter Sugar.
Washington, June 15.-r-The Depart
ment of Justice has assigned two
agents to duty in New Ybr,k with in
structions to examine into the condi
tions under which the recent compro
mise was affected between the Ameri
can Sugar Refining ccompany and tho
Pennsylvania Refining company. The
agents are to examine into the allega
tions that the compromise disclosed
conditions involving a violation of the
Sherman anti-trust law.
Loan to Be Agreed Upon.
Washington, June 16. Regarding
tho proposed American participation
in the foreign loan on the Hankow-Sze-Chu-Sen
railroad, in which New York
bankers are deeply interested, an offi
cial statement issued at the State de
partment today declares the depart
ment is following this situation with
great interest and looks forward with
confidence to a satisfactory agreement
between the American group and the
German, British and French financiers.
Spanish Minister to Leave.
Washington, June 16. Senor don
itamon nna, Spanish minister at
Washington since 1906, has made ar
rangements through the State depart
ment to nave a lareweil audience with
Y resident Taft June 16. at. 2:30 n. m.
The minister has been appointed under
secretary or foreign affairs of Spain.
tun win buii iur Europe June Z4 to as
sume his now duties. His sucesBor
here will arrive about July 15.
FILIPINO TROOPS MUTINY.
Seize Past and Attack Americans and
Manila, Juns 14.. A portion of tfee
Second company of riatlve constabula
ry; stationed at Davao, in Xho island of
Mindanao, in tho aoutnern pan oi mo
PhMnnlne archipelago, mutinied on tho
niarht of Juno 6 and attacked the com-
pany quarters, wnicn urcy cupmiuu
after wminrilnfiT ono OI tno nauvo vai-
- o . ; .
cers. After a ugut on inc - loiiowmg
day, which lasted three hours, and in
which an American named Libbey was
killed and four others wounded, tho
mutineers took to tho mountains upon
tho approach of a company of, constab
ulary stationed at Mapi, wnicn numeu
to tho relief of tho besieged American
and loval natives.
With th receipt of tho news of tno
mutinv todav came also word that de-
r tachments of tho Twenty-third infantry
have reached Davao and auickly suc
ceeded in restoring order. Several col
umns of troops were immediately dis
patched in pursuit of tho mutineers.
It is believed here that the mutiny
was of purely local character, resulting
from differences over food supplies'!; or
tho care of the women of the families
of. the constabulary. It is thought to
bo confined to members of ono company
at Davao, aand tho fact that a neigh
boring company, also composed of na
tives, hurried to the relief of the be
sieged governor and tho few Americans
at the place is cited as proof of this.
Acting Governor General Forbes is
expected in Manila tonight, when a
conference with General Duval, com
manding the division of the Philippines,
will be held. It is expected that the
determination will be reached at this
conference vigorously to pursue the
mutineers until the lastooe is captured
DEATH LIST GROWS.
Probe Food Preservatives.
Washington. June 19. The hbr of
soda, potash, ammonia, alum and other
aluminum salts in foods, and the effect
oi such ingredients on health, will bo
At. . ..1.2 j. ' .
mu Buuject on wnicn tne national board
of food and drugs will hold a general
hearing July 6. The testimony of both
those who approvo and onoose the
proposition to uso aluminum Baits in
iooas win be heard.
New Documents in Sugar Case.
Wfl.lilnfvfrAi. T. . o T-i .
.ouMigiuii, uuiiu io. normal an
nouncement was made at the Derjart-
ment of Justice todav that
j . . ..
uocumenis Teiating to transactions be
iween Aaojpn Segal, the Real Estate
TruBt company and the American Sugar
..t-uiMug cuinpany naa been obtained
and were being examined. Attorney
General Wickersham is personally at
tending to tne case.
Pinchot Posing as Author.
Washington. Juno 18 nifrv ns
chot, chjef of the forestry Borvice, who
mysteriously disappeared from Wash
ington, has turned un at tht nhin Ham f
of ; ex-Secretary oJHho Interior Garfield.
. iV1 uuwiuiu are collaborating
t . . . (.11 U
Vessels Ordered Held
Washington, Juno 17.--Orders Worn'
sent out today through tho
cuttor service to tho commando? of tbo
Pimlico to detain tho steamer Nanti
coke until further orders, The Nenti
coko and the tug DiBpatch, tho former
detained at Franklin, Va and tho lat
ter at xNorioiK, are bv admins on mndA
lore by their New York
bound direct for Maracaibo.
but it Is denied that the vessels are for
Portland Man Commlsslo nor.
iVaahington. June 18 .T. .T.t
uio, ui uKianoma uitv. nnn i.n.....
JI:hhB' f H10. SV Pa-
ivmoiu, it ib ueuoved, will
succeed Francis E, Leupp as commis
aioner of Indian alTnll tf t ...T
Lumbar Production Less.
Washington, June 15. Lumber pro
?nuc"on " h United States was K
a,ondar 1908 than in the
procedlng year, according to a report
issued today by the ,.c?nsu8 hwSj
The decrease amounted tq 17.3 per
cont; , or from 40,266,164,000 to 88
289,369,000 feot, 4UUUU 38,-
Powell Is Confirmed,
ti,iy!?In.gton' iuno 18.The senate
of T CadlTpow th,? to3K
Many Wounded Perish Under Ruined
Homes in France.
Marseilles, June 14. From 75 to
100 dead and 100 injured is tonight's
estimated casualties as the result of
the earthquake which devastated seve
ral towns in the Southern part of
'ranee, particularly in'the departments
of fierault and Bouche du Rhone.
Great suffering is reported owing to
a lack of bread and other necessaries
of life. The casualties may be great
ly increased, as tho ruins have not yet
been entirely searched. The villages
of St. Cannat and Rognes were com
pletely demolished and Lambas, which
is 12 miles from Aix, suffered heavily.
According to advices received from
a number of places, wounded are still
imprisoned in the ruins and soldiers
are working desperately to rescue
Survivors are finding shelter in tents.
In many places the streets have been
torn up and are encumbered by masses
of rocks, making them impassable.
Houses and public buildings were crum
bled to pieces.
Among ether villages seriously dam
aged are Vauvenargues, Venelles, Pe-
lssanne, Puy Ste Reparade and Ar-
WAR LOOMS NEAR.
Conflict With Germany Expected by
All in England.
JLiOndon, June 14. The amount of
war talk one hears on every side in
.London is perfectly amazing. The
topic practically monopolizes conversa
tion in political and Bocial circles, and
it seems to be generally admitted, with
a kind of fatalistic complacency, that
sooner or later probably sooner the
nruian ana uerman nations are going
to ngnt it out.
People at large are taking note of
the growing seriousness of the situa
tion, and many display acute nervous
ness. One hears members of the
American colony talk, half humoroutilw.
perhaps, and yet with a certain serious
ness, of getting back home beforo the
Germans come. Harrv G. SolfrMcro
j. .i ... . ... ?
nam uiut personally ne am not like the
I tried to insure mv shon." ruM th
former Chicagoan, "against bombard
ment from the Thames, but the insur
ance companies would not accept the
uermany. it Is said, meana tn mi
tne sea, just as it rules the European
Colored People for Africa.
Guthrie. Okla.. June 14. A ftMinrrtA
to colonize American
, - fvvJiiu 4
Africa is making rapid progress. Cap-
v.M i.,, . cuaion, oi otuiwater, will
file articles of incornoratlnn nnvi- innnl
. c ..vau iuyx
jLui u company io carry out the idea.
iiio compunv exnects to nmra
of the government in tho project. It
pianB to secure a largo tract of land
from tho French and British govern-
nuu win am American negroes
In getting transportation tr. a.i
where special inducements will bo made
WW in uie way of homes.
Mall Pouch Has VanlshnH.
Loa Angeles. Juno la a win. o
mail bag containing monoy and securl
ties valued at S50.000 hnn Atao j
Bisbee Ariz It is not kn" with
certainty whether tlm ha u ' u. "
stolen or has been sent to some Bant
ern postofflce through some clerical
error. The missine- mull
tolned, it i said, two registered nnt,
ages from the First National h.U
Los Angeles to theank, of Bisbee.
i m -mm f(
Jap Labor Leaders Indicted,
Honolulu, June 14. A i,n
moned grand iur trlnu
j, . - -1 J .viwutlivu IU-
fiffc18 fLgai"8' i17 Panose who are
J " tne BtriKe of 9,000 Japanese
aborors. The infH.tmAfo
tha dlscIoaureB whfnk
tha aearch of the offlces of tha "
JAPS MAKE PROTEST
CLAIM TIEATY RlilTS YIILATE1
Tension Is High in Honolulu anal
lice Are Ordered to Sleep
On Their Arms.
Honolulu. June 16. M. Negoro, ono
of the editors of the Jijf, mado formal
complaint to the Japanese foreign 5fflce
today that the territorial authorities
invaded his righto as a Japanese sub
ject under the treaty between Japan
and tho United states wnon tin janer
iff William Henry raided the office of
the JHi and seized alleged incendiary
documents; and is preparing to bring:
court' proceedings against the territory
for $500,000 damages.
The alleged violation of his rights as
a Japanese subject guaranteed under
the treaty between the united states
and Japan, he sets forth in his com
plaint, consists in the search of, his
office and the seizure of his private
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papers uy tne territorial suuiunucs
without due process of law. Terri
torial Sheriff William Henry adroit
that the search was made by force of
arms, and without searea warrants or
process of law, but claims that the pa
pers seized contained evidence of crim
inal purpose. However he declares the '
courts af the territory are open tm
Negoro for redress if he has been dans-aged.
While but slight disturbance of any
kind has occurred so far, the city is
full of striking Japanese, and the ten
sion is so great that orders were issued
this afternoon for the full force of po
lice to sleep at the police station to
night, ready for any emergency.
An incident of the day that threat
ens a disturbance was the. chasing of a
carrier of an "extra" of the Japanese
newspaper Sbinpo, announcing the ar
rest of the editors. The paper from
the start has been opposed to the strike
end among the papers Beizcd in the
raid upon the office of the strike or
gans, were letters containing threats
against the life of its editor.
Although the strikers have returned
to work on the Ewa and Waialua plan
tations it is not certain that they have
abandoned the struggle. From the
papers seized by Territorial Sheriff
Henry it was seen that it was the orig
inal plans of the Japanese to return to
work at intervals to earn enough
money to maintain the strike and by
this method of workintr and again
striking to wear out the planters by
the uncertainty and irregularity of
RIFLE SHIPMENT FOUND.
Mausers Packed as Pianos Destined
for South America.
Norfolk, Va.. June 15.- Packed in
piano boxes and evidently ready for
-t.I . ..... . .7. .
Buipraent, a quantity ot rines ana am
munition, believed to be destined for
Venezuelan revolutionists, was discov
ered at Franklin today.
The rifles are said to be a part of a
consignment of 15,000 Mauserweapons
shipped from New York to St. Louis
and back to Franklin, billed as pianos,
and packed to weather the trip to
South America. The filibuster suspect
steamer Nanticoke was lying near
Franklin, and in the black water below
tho Bteamer was her consort, the tug
The revenue cutter Pimlico is block-.
adiag the two suspects, and it is not
believed that either could pass her
even in the darknesa. Orders havo
been Issued from Washington to seize
the vessels in case either should lift
anchor. The Nanticoke is not built
for deep sea navigation, but the dis
patch could navigate far off Bhore and
tbB officers in charge of the situation
believe the plan of the filibusters was
to transport the arms to another
steamer at sea.
Arkansas Seizes Capitol.
Little Rock, Ark., June 15. Gov
ernor Donatrhev and tvan momhow.
the state commission today formally
took pOSSeBSion Of the UnMmnlotu)
capitol building, after breaking through
a door which had been locked bv tho
contractors. Caldwell rirsb
tho legislature ordarri rilsflm
The building, which has cost nearly
$1,000,000 already, and which engin
eers say is only about half completed,
haa caused political contention for
years. The legislators have been
charged in the courts with grafting.
Girl Leafs Rescue Party.
Vancouver, B. C, Juno 15. Ureed
on by thoughts that a brother moun
taineer, Ralph Jennings, lay at the
bottom of a dron in tho mountain.
suffering with a fractured leir. Mia
Baynes, teacher In a local
started out at 4 o'clock yesterday
morning over a rough mountain trn
In search of assistance.
the Capilano hotel after h!v
i ti VV4A mt vIX,
travel, she organized a search party
and led them to the wounded n.
Rescued, Japs Travel Part
San Francisco. .Tnnn ik tl. n
lah Bteamer Winnnhoi. '-.i.-T-j
night from Shai" I!.u 'i5
Japanese, three men "and two ho,?
of Japan, May 29. The Japanese wI
Blgh ted 1 200 miles off ffi
mantled twwn. Tkv ,in i, .?J 17