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FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
CANNOT" 8TOP STRIKE.
WU MUSI uw.
.-, Chlncso Flguro In Wash'-
PcWr ington Is Recalled.
Antr. 14. ior tns soc-
Klng Unable to Control Labor Sltua
Hon In Swoden.
Stockholm, Aug. 10. Tho tie-up of
tho business of tho country aa a rosult
of thoBtrlko Ib so serious that King
Guatav Intcrvoncd In an endeavor to
Lands Across tho 8oa to Gain by Do- Bocuro a compromlao. Tho king to-
voiopmont in This Country. day Bent a messago to tho parties at
GIRLS PICK WINNERS
PINCHOT LOUDLY CHEERED.
EAST WILL BENEFIT.
Drawing for Government
at Coeur d'Alene.
Fight Water Trust Is Themo of Gov
ernment's Chief Forester.
Spokane, Aug. 11. Gifford Plnchot,
chief forester of the United States,
caused norhana tho chief sensation at
yesterday's session of tho National Ir-
A flvo-minuto ovation was given him
EVENTS OF THE DAY
Newsy Items Gathered from Alf
Farts of the World.
Washington. Aur. m p,ii-.i conflict rm..Hn . fiDPCfilU UAU fJETC FIDCT rWAWPF mtin h tnnt thn rostrum, and similar
tfihingwj n- u 'fa "... ' k" unxuuu man uuunnui uunnuL. ' .
' In his (iipiu .,. I . . . ..Bl' D0 especially the earliest moment nonnihln nnA ot. cheer ntr and "three cheers ana
ffFwR, the Vn,no"n"f.3 !? continual steady do- Main orhltrnt.on
PREPARED FOR THE BUSY DEADER
i ute& States, lias uccn rutuueu voiopmonc or. ino resources of this
41 iSi Washington mission, and haB country, Baron Takahira, Japanoso am
W f,fl.;,ni nrocoed homo, where bassador, loft Washington thin ntt.
i... mrew" ... i i I n ... . -- -.w.-i
ftpeetedhowiii uo nBBiKnu iu noon lorocaiuo, where ho will sail for ing Saturday that ho summoned to a
JK. known as a "progressive" nouneed his expectation of returning
rMnefe political Hiio. fiuouiiiKwin in mo iau. no will as
"three cheers and a I
ffiven whon he had con-
TA t. ... trt
..nu.wwrn.inguuBiavB messago Offirlflln Hawn Douh Sot Drawn to
had been approved at a cabinet meat- i .f.i..
- - i uiinrii ml'hmihi ni:r.iiiniii"riiirn
Spokane, Aug. 10. When littlo
era of tho warring factions Director
Sodow, of tho employers, and Senator
d olomotic Borvlco in India, Eng-1 elat in work preliminary to rovblng Llndquist, president of tho federation Helen Hamilton, nieco of Mayor Boyd,
ft Thibet and mo umwu w.u -ino8o treaties with tho powers of trades unions. of Coeur d'Alene, walked into a pile of
' n. vVu'b retlremoni. irom ttuoihuk- u mo worm, wnicn uccomo oprativo
V" " i . nttiif-Rniin fltruro from next vnnr.
.nltsl. Probably no uipiomai is -rm going to Japan on loavo of ab
known than ho, for no is a pop- Bonco," the ambassador bi
, . t.lker and his pungont wit and fool that I am called upon
The result of the conferenco has not
yet tranBpired, but apparently tho
known than no, iur i-.- oUt, 10 umoBBBaaor saiu, "I do not or the trouble wore without result.
..n.. nnil h i nuimuill. wii. uuu iuui lllHb x nm CailCCI Unon tn nn nn. Tnnlrrht If n.. it t-i
kriihtlcflimvu I Vt f"-v-u,u rKuni lowo roia- wouia bwiko tomorrow, and tho No
aite?t""yY;: Mni... rt" "5"c"" Japan. For clonal labor union has iBsued a procla-
i ik k ii itiu i.i iimiiun. aia lubui n u ua. liii fin iiiiiiii iih
Mr. Pinchot took oicasion to de
nounce the activity of the water-power
trust which, hd said; though still in
its inception, bids fair to overshadow
all other trusts. He charged that the
Irrigation congress is being made tho
tool of tbo corporate interests whose
agenta aro being made members of im
portant committees for tho purpose of
105.000 vellow envolonen containing
applications for land of the Coeur domineering the activities of
d'Aleno Indian reservation yesterday grcsB
thn Hoxcr trouuios, miniBior iwo or three months after mv nrriwni mutlon that hnr. t :
t?ln connection with Yuan Shal Kal, I had to boo almost dally publications ing, every drag wagon whoso driver Is
InTioTalof Shanpthal, wassuccoBB. of somo kind of unpleasant stories not woaring a union badge will bo
uuom ub, wnicn i thought from the stopped by etrlkors. No exception. It
VUkoUi. juuiiv.iiuiia oi misiniormed was siaiea, will bo mado for
porsons which would disappear in duo driving their wagons.
umj, ua vney uia. tvor slnco then Tho union further declares it will
ovoryming naB Doen or a right direc- try to frustrate the attempt of the
' " i iiuvu no uouut. win contmuo
imrrean mininiii, ..... "-
-" . .n..n.lnu urnn in tnn K'LTniion
....a in lnk n. and whoso fate
-.unr of croat concern to tho
. i. J.nartmOtlt.
AninWcr from Mr. Conger domon- so forovcr."
rtiKd that ho had received tho- mea-
bV. t . Crops Show Decrease.
Will was ;-"-"- " Washington. Aug. 1 l.-An indicated
MIn yield of. C32,920, Many
MiPfiniiiLtr " . i i ii ii niiann nm ... z a l. v inn
''Tu rlL 0Wnfn" 01 D08. buflhelfl, finally estimated las
IWBdsia-i. ... year; an average of winter wheat of
ffa'g ympahleB wero witn tno nffnJnHt on , Vonr nrrn.
ITthiB T7to his rocaT 8.4, against 82.C; spring whoV, ire; from the Orient today in discussing the n5lS
jtfflrtli.uSn ttita vtS: T'nflt 80'7' flnd at8' --n.i aquation between Japan and China,
. I f I ... I. .1 i . ulnlllfl t.n I
bWcKtiolm streetcar company to start
its cars on tho surf nee lines.
COREA SORE SPOT AGAIN.
Clashes Occur Botween
Victoria, B. C, Aug. 10. Pasaen
gers arriving on tho steamer Monteaglo and quivering exciteme.it.
after 10 o'clock, tho
great land drawing on the threo tracts
of government land the Flathead, the
Coeur d'Aleno and the Spokane Indian
reservations was on.
Several hundred people stood around
tho platform, on which Judge James
W. Witten, of Waahlngton, D. C,
formally opened the drawing on ono of
the last of the big tracts of Uncle
Sam's public domain. Unlike the rush
In "squatter" days, the modern method
of distributing land moved alone with
tho precision of clockwork.
When Miss Hamilton, daintily dressed
in white, had plucked the first lucky
envelope from tho mass and banded it
to Judge Witten and the name of Is a
dore Selig, of Myrtle Creek. Or., had
been read aloud, the gathering crowds
began to evidence increased interest
George S. Long, representing the
lumbermen of the Northwest, himself
connected with a big lumber concern in
Seattle, denied that the interests of
tbo lumbermen are inimical to those of
the consumer. He said that tho lum
berman is only trying to supply a
healthy demand and that reforestation
will begin in earnest when the demand
has reached the high-price point.
E. T. Allen, United States district
forester, brought applause upon him
self when he appealed for safe and
sane lumbering and the conservation
Addresses on this subject also were
mado by E. M. Griffith, of Wisconsin,
and E. T. Campbell, of Canada.
J. N. Teal of the joint conservation
committee, made an appeal for the en- States and deliver a Breies of lectures.
largement of the scope of waterways
Less Important but Not Less inter
esting Happenings from Points
Outside the State.
Tho Bhoh qf Persia is married. Ho
is 11 years old.
Tbero are rumblings of a revolution
in Northern Mexico.
A hot wave in London has been tho
cause of many deaths.
Wholesale executions and fighing
have been renewed at Barcelona.
Thaw has been given a few days'
respite before returning to the insane
Almost the entire town of Milton.,
Del., has been destroyed by fire. Tho
loss will reach $100,000.
Johnson Porter says there is room
along the Deschutes for two railroads,
each having double tracks.
Greece will ask tho advice of the
powers before answering the last note
of Turkey on tho Crete affair.
Mrs. Parkhurst, the English suffrag
ette leader, will soon visit the United
i .1 !.! -
SnZ; ho C neBo authorities. "ave figurea for corn In-
Hut ciuuu ou.ij jqrc monin nnd Kv.n nn
m m n aiiif i nnrrr Tin i nnrr. T
ih now.' ...... o., tho avoratreof Auount 1 for tho W
n( that his Doneaoing woum uu rrui .,; j , . ' """""""a " ..o.i.iuu, on me
til ma miminnru iikiii ii i - i i a . . i i t
BuriuuB irouDio ootween the two na
tions than tho dispute over the Antung-
When tho Monteaglo sailed reports
had been received that tho Chinese had
massed 3,000 Boldiers at Cbeintao
and collisions between them and
tho Japanese police wero freauent.
aeoui dispatches received before Bail
ing state that, following the arrest of
a party or Uoreans by the Japanese at
Chointao, the Chinese troops attacked
the Japanese and rescued the prisoners.
several or tho Japanese being wounded.
A boycott has been declared against
tho Japanese by the Chinese and Cor-
eans of tho dsitrict.
km Anril. 1898. to February, 1800,
tu consul-general at San Francsco and
use years ao was attached to tho
nktu legation in Washington for a
OFFICER PLAYS TORPEDO.
ffuhineton, Aug. 10. Tho navy do
nrtment has recevled word or a won
trial performance of Midshipman
Ifsneth Whltinir. in command of tho
ritmine Porpoino, now !n Manila,
for the purnoBO of demonstrating the
touibility of an escape from a sub
urine through a torpedo tubo, Mid
iipman Whiting, who Is on expert
trimmer, had his vessel lowered to tho
bottom of tho bay near Cavito. For
10 years. Tho preliminary rcturnB for
tho winter whoat yield Indicate about
1G.5 bushels per acre, compared with
14.4, as finally estimated last vear.
'ino condition or sprint; wheat Ib com
pared with 92.7 last month and 81.1,
tho 10-yeor averago on August 1.
For comparison tho oat cron nvorncrnd
rhrough 88.3 last month ond 83.1 for 10 years
on August 1.
Tho proportion of last year'fl oat crop
In tho farmer's hands on AugUBt 1 was
about 3.3 per cont, or 20,232,000 bush
Hpld Water Power SItos.
Washington, Aug. 13. Secretary
Ualllnger will report to congress In
December numerous withdrawals of Chicago
temporary water-power sltcB in West
ern Btatcs in order that proper Icglsla
MAY AVERT STRIKE.
A -faint cheer arose and followed in
as Miss Hamilton, aided
Christine Donlan and Miss
Harriet Post, plucked the other lucky
envelopes from tho pile. Men and
women, now anxious to hear the ver
dicts in the first 20 envelopes, crowded
up to tne piatiorm wbero newspaper
men and government clerks nabbed
at the bits of news-bearincr names and
started them throughout the land by
special wires run to the drawing stand.
'lho whole atfair is a perfect deline
ation of the large scale on which Undo
Sam conducts his official business. The
drawing for the first day "closed at 4
o'clock. Tho mark of 1600 set by
juage witten as the labor for tho
first day, was reached and the remain
ing 1500 will be drawn today. There
are but about half that many claims to
bo given away, but tho extra 1500 are
drawn to till in where winners fail to
file by April 1.
IRRIGATION CONGRESS OPEN.
on the Pacific coast. Ho showed the
possibiitly of making navigable the
Columbia river for a distance of 2,500
miles by applying the cost of a single
battleship to the work. He declared
that river transportation is the great
est of automatic rate adjusters, and
cited the case of Columbia river im
provement recently made.
Politics did not enter the lobby dis
cussions, but much comment was beard
for and against the resolution which
will be proposed by Secretary Hooker.
of the board of control, askincr a bond
issue of $5,000,000,000 by the national
government to be used as an irrigation
fund which may be loaned to irrigators
unable to carry out projects which need
only financial aid to make them im
It is expected that this resolution
will call forth much discussion and
opinions are pretty evenly divided.
ONE DEFECT FOUND.
Rioting has occurred at Stockholm,
Sweden, in connection with the strike.
Dynamite has been used to blow up
Willian K. Payne., son of the house
leader, has been appointed deputy assis
tant attorney general at a salary of
$5,000 a year.
China, has been re-
Labor Controversy Appears
to Be Noir End.
Chicago, Aug. 10. According to the
Largo Number Gathers at Spokane to
Discuss Important Affairs.
Remarkable Showing at Coeur d'Alene
bpokane, Aug. 10. Judge Witten
resumed the drawincr of the Coeur
odr the water, probably 00 or lO tion may bo enacted by congress to mc"f -fording to the Spokane Aug. 10The esg "A""'
H Whiting crawled Into tho torpedo prcsorve power sites to tho government outlook tonight thore will be no strike opened with the "Irigation Ode," sung ? reBervatlon at 9 clock yester-
oi ino sireeccar employes or Uhicogo.
and a settlement is likely to be reached
by tomorrow night.
tbe. The end of the tubo in tho boat
tu closed behind him. The tubo in a
nbmirine Is closed or opened on tho
cotside by a port, which Ib moved by
pwerul machinery. Whon under tho
Tittr there Ib a great in-rush of water,
tiling the tube aa tho torpedo files out.
nhitinir, within the tubo. cot a hold
the port. Tho officers inside tho
TfWl turned on tho power and tho
iwt was awung out. Whiting went
ithit, cleared himself of tho torpedo
we, and then lot go, flying upward to
ueioriace or tho water. Ho was un
injured by hia experience.
Rilie Valuo of Tlmbor Lands.
couth iiend All tlmbor land which
"4 not heretofore Imnn nnRnnnnd nc.
waly cruisers will bo Increased to
jwt the cruisers' figures. In eomo
KJiMCea tho Increaao Ib radical, ono
biUnce being a quarter flection owned
JJ the Wlllnmotto Pulp & Paper com
wi oi t'ortland. This land haB been
tax rolla at $5000, but tho bb-
wu valuation will likely bo raisod
"f",uw. I ho county recently had
'W8 t mhnr lnmln ...t 1 . .. i
of linn ..
-t.,vuu unu an limner innrl in nnw
tf Ih , vw.u.iin i hw ruiiurio
- , v..uiavrs.
tSi 2".Lako Unlon Bhor innd
thirds of which aro submorgod, or
ubmorged, and with on appraised
'lotion of not moro than $20,000,
" mo COUrthOllfln nlnnn nf uMln
w M W k BkU IIUUIIL
and to provent monopolies.
Acting Secrotary Wilson today with
drew for tomporary power sites 0,690
acres in Montana and Utah. In Mon
tana tho following withdrawals were
by the Spokane chorus of 250 voices. aay morning, lho crowd, small at
The address of welcome to the state first, increased soon to several hundred.
tttna I I r ..1 Ui.4- .4- A.1. ii . t
tyco ucuvtiuu uy uuvemnr i-inv. nf I uul at iiu iiiiiij whh rnnrfi inn umo an.
It Is said an offer of a wage increase, On hehnlf nf th nit,, xr vt o nmh.hirf,mtntu....i..
I . ... I - - w -J UIOIUI il. o, 1 J f I 'J vr tui, .aLb UlUk IIUU1-
oasea on employes lengm or service, fratt spoke. He caused the suggestion berB a"er 1,500 are considered of little
Along tho Yellowstone river, 1,222 will bo made by President Mitten, of a sensation by charging private car value.
.... .i it. ... . nnn I . . ' lx4i.:.t. r. . ... I
acres; along tho Hell Uato river, 4,268
acroB, and along tho Judith river, 1,160
acres; in Utah, along Ashley creek,
Water Fight Is Acuto.
Washington, Aug. 12. Interest is
acuto hero in tho impending struggle
between Secretary Ballingor and For
ester Pinchot, ond predictions aro
the Uhicogo Uity Kailway company. '"jiK wnn government j.eaMjruuy juage witten added sev-
John M. Hoach, president of tho Chi- i"jcuib. ' w u mrge iorce oi cierks. These
cogo Kaiiways company, has had his u ""f"""0 on uenaii oi tne con- prooi reading, typewriting
auditors at work figuring out a method y ueorge a. uarstow, names ana senaing cards to the winners,
of advancing wages, ond it is said his , oi me congress. uneojtaj interesting features of
first offer to a committee of his em- " is understood that a number of "e day waj the number of persons
ployes tomorrow will bo on the somo 8tatetde'egations have declined to com- calling at tho land office to make sure
urn, uiemseives in tne matter of indors
ing a candidate for president This
is true in the case of PreHirfpnf rtr.
general basis as that of Mr. Mitten.
Tho controversy probably will be ad
justed without resort to outside arbi
tney are the genuine winners of the
numbers. Sometimes two men of the
same name appear, and thn inHo-n
Minster Wu, of
The earnings of the Northern Pacific
show an increase of $250,000 over lost
An Evanston, HI., tailor has had a
diamond set in the nail of his little
A New York girl is the first Ameri
can woman to own her own balloon for
use as a pleasure.
Porter Brothers are further causing
Harriman contractors trouble in the
Deschutes by hiring their men.
In a battle between dock laborers
and police at Fort William, OnL, 24
men were injured, three fatally.
The court has decided that Thaw ia
still insane and must be returned to
the asylum. An appeal will be taken.
Fifteen people were more or less ser
iously injured by an electric car run
ning off a bridge at Vancouver, B. C.
China has sent a note to Japan in
which the mikado's policy regarding
the railroad rights is called unjustified
Richard Carl in, who confesses to
having been a burglar for seven years,
has told the New York police that there
is no profit in the business.
Colonel Albert A. Pope, the automo
bile manufacturers, is dead.
The town of Monticello. N. Y.. has
been almost completely destroyed bv
freely mado that one or tho other will tration. Tho employes Bay they aro w altlJpuBh an announced can- hands each a piece of paper upon which Taft has cut Madiaon Wif- fmmH.
be obligod to separate himBelf from tho decidedly oppored to arbitration, and dldato not been urged strongly for he asks each to write his name, age, itinerary in order to avoid .Z ll
government aervice. At tho forestry rather than submit to it will accept any n? torn becauBo of the feeling height, etc., and these must correspond Ro11tt meeting
government service. At tho forestry
bureau today Pinchot adherents ex
pressed tho opinion that Mr. Ballin-
gor's dismissal would come as Boon as
it becamo generally known that he
has, as thoy bolinvo, played into the
handa of the water-power trust.
Smokers Are Protectod.
Washington, Aug. 10. Purchasers
of Philippine tobacco hereafter will
havo a government guarantee as to its
quality and cleanliness, as a result of
on arrangement mado by tho brreau of
insular affairs, with tho Philippine
government. Every package imported
into tho United States will be stamped
with a certificate indicating tho qual
ity of tho materia used and tho work
manship. Tho arrangement was made
to insure strict complianco with tho
now Philippine tariff law.
tho companies direct.
I accept any
Seattle Fair Half Over.
Seattle, Aug. 10. With the closing
. I X . ... " I
uiui. mo nonor Bnouid be "nRsspH
around." Other candidates for the
president of the congress developed
during the day in tho persona nf v.
uovernor uoodlng, of Idaho; ex-Gov- through Agent Edwin L.
Officers and men of the cruiser St
Louis are suspected of smugglinggooda
m.'.L II .... .. r 1 VU.IClCt.
win. ino particulars on tne application,
The first rejection of aoDlication no.
curred yesterday when the name of A.
JJ. lioutrhman. of C.hnrlntta, r;u
-oy, or the bix chialdren aro dead at Reading,
gressman Mondell. of ffm. w. on th m. H w wilJ " nJ...V"u t "cr"0,, ",e were aenoea only
tu ! e'Z'f . lli " . . yieB, oy wucn doctors.
wnn nnrlnrl. h'imirnn mmnIM !, I . -.. .iwai iucouhk PIBCB ""wj' puuiiu ui hibi town, flirl nnt
. . ' ' " vuiniHvU I LI u kfl. n 1 J . r . . . I .... ' I I ' L. n n TIl 1 r-
exposition management show the at '11" ff".lP !!?".e..!raB thprhed no- . tTll
of tho gates Sunday, tho first half of ' "Zl ".S """ Uon- same piace, was read. It was rejected
i ii i - v luCDLiiiv 1 1 1 I w iiu t uuuiii: in I nil I niun nin
ujr " has narrowed down to a fierht h.irooon sDecifv that ha The famous Kiel canal of
uxuuBiuuii munuiremeni snow mo at o n , . " umuuiucu uu- . . ., , , , .
tendance for the first half of the fair n "?J ni T T Pueb Colo., with tary to make out papers for land draw- hfn9be! n JBn'P0,y bked by
to bo 1,744,861. Basing their esti- DThf ?BK a,d Iatter- infif' ?UJ ot lho 3'0.00 drawn- l b awkinS ot a steamer.
oniy one aeiectively
i nrnnm-l(.'.tl.t.i. i. . i 1 . n
itil ,i ' ' ww neiongcu 10 mo
the ,r , " ly UmeB tho amount of
Jr.J?'8"1 valuation. ,Few lots
their i- V"0'1 Ie8a thnn fouf "moB
J tt eased valuo. Somo few lots
C.rmnii? Uinn ton times what
' ",0 treuilod with bolng worth.
Suos for Half Brown's Cash.
Washington, Aug. 11. Tho story of
tho killing of ox-Senator Arthur Brown,
of Utah, who was shot to death in tho
Raleigh hotel here, two years ago, by
Mrs. Annlo Bradloy, will soon bo ro-
poated in tho Salt Lako City courts,
whon Mrs, Bradley sues for half of the
cstato of $126,000 loft by Brown. Mrs.
Bradlov will base hor clnim on tho
proof sho advanced at tno murder trial,
I ..I. - 1 . 1 It... . .I.IU.n.
!. 7 . . "vvn n uuropo Btudvinar wnen ana hhuwcu umv nor iwu vi.uu.u.i
Iw..:.1.1 Iab01f conditions, all the In- nro sons of Brown.
Mi m?at,nB of tho EaBtern states
eit. u I a monstor parado in this May Bo Five Tariff Experts.
Iirtflnp"-V' ."H optod by tho WobIi- Washington, Aug. 10. It was an-
"flail h t u. 1 Lnbf union at a moot- hounccd at tho Treasury department
Plan Gompors Wolcomo.
tk r.nR on- Aug.12.-In
tnn.!. " "as "con In Eurono Btudvlni
.... .. . . K
honor of I
uctoberof Samuel Gom-
maics upon mo percentage or increase
for August ond September over the
precodlng months at provious exposi
tions, tho officials estimate that the
total attendance at the closo of the Se
attle exposition October 16 will be
moro than 4,600,000.
Search for Lost Steamer.
Capo.town, Capo Colony, Africa. Auir.
4 4 fill A I .
ii. ine government nas orcored a
search along tho cast African coast w ith
tho hope that some Burvivors from the
i irt a i
sioamer wnraian, now missing over
two weeks, may bo saved. On board
tho steamer wore 300 passengers, half
of whom wore women nnd children. A
few hours beforo the Waratah was due
to reach this harbor a terrible irale
swopt this coast, and it is bolieved the
ino new constitution nriviln h found to ho thn
ousnless-like basis so much desired bv executed.
v..o v.utiKicta, wub aaopieo without rim
Bank Guaranty Law Effective.
Aliafln rPAvnn A .. .si . mi
guaranty ot Dank deposits law passed
uy mo recent special session nf tu.
m i i . .
lexas legislature went Into operation
yesterday. Tho law is similar to the
.uKianomu low in ail its most imnori.
ant provisions. It provides for and d-
Provides Pot Hunt.
rii t Ma
UKian, iai.. Aucr. 11. Drivn ho.
fore a forest firo that swept over Dun
can peak, a few miles from HonlanH
n..i.wi. i ... i
jD-.uuj, nunareas oi Pucks: does.
. . m w
iwns, raooiis, squirrels and other
game ned down into the fields nhnni
tho springs to become tartratn for a.
ena i of rifles, Bhotguns and pistols with
n Zu "Provides for and de- which hotel guests and employes Count Zeppelin,
f tt! TSSSf uP,ans UTd0pUtt0j0i!nanunexPec P0t naut,has Sego
IZl uSl A3e depos tors of hunt For several hours tho hills rang abscess.
Bolivian Revolt Likely.
Lapaz, Bolivia, Aupr. 10. It is stated
that, although tho inauguration of Dr.
Don Elidoro Villazon as president of
tho republic has been set for noxt
Thursday, there are many porsons here
hi ii in nnnirinrr . t
bui iruiiiLiiiriM ium
w w .tV.ll U1U
referred to as tho "minrnniv f.A
plan" and tho "bond security plan "
respectively. The state hnnta
decido which plan to adopt
Six Die in Fire.
Chicago, Aug. 10. Fir wMM,
Bwopt away 20 residences in South
Chicago this morning burned at iAn.t
if, u .u
i. uu urn kiuciii ui mnsKnrrv nnrl
. . ., j J I "UU OT.lC.i
tho fusilado was over 14 fine bucks
unu a orown pear wero slain.
Opium Cause of Revolt.
victoria, u. c. Auir. 10 w,.
jjarnuuiurB DrOUPnt bv tho nfnm-
Monteaglo concominn- th xr,
j T . . - o .uutjaiiiijitf.
unu uprising m Shensi and Kansu din.
& A. . A 1 . . -
uiuuibiuio tno reVO t wnn rlna
A Ifrench aeronaut has crossed th
Alps in a balloon The highest altitude
attained was 18,373 feet.
Samuel R. Van Sant will nrohnhlw
be elected commander-in-chief of th
G. A. R. and Atlantic City selected aa
me next meeting place.
Gorzag. a town Of 300 inhnhitnntn
has been selected as the future capital
of Brazil. Owinc to its altitude it n.
joys a pleasant climate.
the German aero-
no an operation for
English cablegrams say that Ameri
can iron and steol manufacturers have
placed lagro orders for tho immediate
shipment of fireclay brick for tho erec
tion of many additional blast furnaces.
Orvillo Wricht savs ho can flv l.nnn
miles in his aeroplane.
I, ih " 8 nro calod out. October today that tho board of tariff exports who doubt that this program will be
di , . "xou for tho celobration. I to bo appointed by tho president might consummated because of his friendli-
UQJ Will nnlkMl a . . . . i ,i ri. A .M.A.f. mi . t , .
Tho first Bicna of a hrnnlr In iU.
six persons to dVl J" Swed!sh
were naleon nnH n. . v ...It i . . . "J mo unineso I , , ,, , .
mnu nas yieioea to Japan in tho
Antung-Mukden railway affair.
''davtJtn , . Ior 1,10 celobration.
ConvyenMiC,natJ with a mooting
flpaasK ' "UB 'lao tarill
Bto1?Tyicon8raM ,0Bt woek my
etment 2 cnorvotivo estimato this
Woo nfi 'ted States troas
15,3000. The bill is silent aa to
pSsV?i'upo",t,onof tho money.
SSI ho ?onate wlu get $4,800
Vfi 50JBeBO,n and pages of tho
consist of five instead of three. It was
pointed out that tho number was dis
cretionary with President Taft. No
soloctlons have yet been made.
Wheat of State Ranks High.
Washington, Aug. 12. In tho gov
ernment crop report Issuod today tho
figures by Btatcs include tho following:
Washington winter whoat, preliminary
returns, production 16,051,000 bushels,
and quality 98 per cont. Spring whoat,
condition August 1, 1009, 90, and 10
year average, 85.
ness toward Argentina. The situation
in Bolivia never has been more serious,
and Bensational events aro expected
China Gives Her Consent.
Toklo, Aug. 8. It ia believed that
tho Chinese minister to Japan has re
ceived instructions from Pekin in
which tho objections of tho Chinese
government to the reconstruction of
the Antung-Mukden railroad and its
conversion into a standard guage line
are completely withdrawn,
eat SZtv'r locaT magnate to7 pprss thoopium
groat rapidity. In tho great confusion habit Ho nA.i nnAf u ,...p. um
is feared several -mm.. ,v, " " r." Z gon-
in thoU . " u 1 i-"f,unu naa
... . ucuu, a ma- oya irouceu out anri
b irned to death
,1 ine V,ctr8 are Pol, who
... diiihii tenements,
crowded together, with scant
M 1 a nwmn
taken off. Tho people then roso in re-
Mutwuii anu ui luck en tnn mntv affofn
Wellman May Soon Fly.
Spain's Heavy Loss.
Tho Milwaukee road will
lish through service from St Paul to
Greece refuses to renouncn hor
n . . . . "
lu vjtulu ana Austria
Tromsoo. Norwav Ann- in ka 1 Ba"d bpantarda lost their lives in the
ceived here 7r "Sifcl? r?c.ont Morocco and the up!
tho WaUerWollmaT ZIT"' ,nB ?l bome cording to today's taking a rest.
n is being pwjarfw a at llulioJjl0M3' .wh.ich has ThLor tL,.
tempt to reach the north nolA u coumaieB, inciud ng the -1 " j , . vo'w t,r" l,Ke" the
repairs to the ballot Vhed which ws '!t,,dBMeeton..nd etae. S 8,PP,y fr a P,,ot'8 ,,MnBa
badly damaged by TstonS fit Jiff lSfir1 The paper baUoon,n
inn. i,nnu . 1 . . . uuno, saya mere is still rrv Hnnro -
wu P,e? ?na gas appw- revolutions " '",u ' mmn la to mertre tho IlHnoU
until tho regular session of concresa.
atui has been insUlled.