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, Bl 1HUN PEOPLE
KInir Haakon, Queen Maud, and Little Prince Olat
Greeted With Utmost Enthusiasm By Peas
antryRoyal Yacht Arrives.
DANISH WARSHIP SALUTES THE ROYAL PARTY
ANCIENT CAPITOL OF HAAKON TH E GOOD, WHERE NORWAY FIBST
BECAME A RATION IS ONCE MORE 8CENE OF ROYALTY -KING,
QUEEN. AND SON A RE ESCORTED TO PALACE
THROUGH CROW D3 OF PEOPLE.
TRONDJHEM June 19-Klng Haakon,
the Queen snd on r-t tonight In the
ancient capital of Haakon tht Good,
where Korwav waa Brut created a na
Hon. They arrived this evening on the
gunboat HfliwUl. amid scenes pictures
que and befitting the oecalon. A few
minute after 8 o'clock the gum of the
Danish warahip Hekla booming out a
royal salute, gave the crowd the an
nouncement that the King' yacht wa
approaching. The granite will of the
Fjord had not ceased echoing before
the IIlniIiit rounded the promotutory.
Tlie crowdt waited silentlv until the
AT BIRTH OF CHILD
Child ia Born With Carbuncle on Ita
Eyelid Containing Diminutive Child.
VICTORIA. June 1ft.-A seemingly
well authenticated account of a atrange
birth U reported by Toklo Ashla. A
ttoy wit bom to a woman of Yanutto
province, and had a carbuncle on hU
left eyelid which grew rapidly, berom
Ing Inrger than a man' fist. The child
was removed to the Osaka Hospital, and
the carbuncle cut and it was found to
contain a diminutive boy with a com
plete vt of limb and finger. The older
boy suffered little from the operation.
It wa not itated whether the other
CONTAINS NO ALCOHOL.
NEW YORK, June lO.-Hexamethy-lentetramin
doe not contain alcohol.
Judge Piatt, In the United State Cir
cuit Court ha decided thin for the bene
fit of an Importer. The question caused
the custom author! lie a good deal of
trouble. They said they did not know
just what the stuff waa. It come from
Germany. Collector Stranahan wn con
vinced that it contained alcohol nnd he
ilemnnded duty on the hauls of 58 cent
Hexamethylentetramln Is known also
n urotroplne, amlnofonu, uritone, and
JAPANESE EASILY CRUSH
THE KOREAN INSURGENTS
VICTORIA, June jte.-The steamer
Empress of China brought further ad
vice today of the Korean revolution,
The insurgent! lost heavily t Ilongju.
When the Japanese blew up the city
gate, street fighting took pluue, but the
Koreans were helpla with obsolete
arms nguiiist oindei'u Jpiien arms,
yacht entered the illp when they Woke
into thi bark that eipreiea Norwegian
entliulam. The flrt figure decemable
waa liUle Crown Prluce Olaf held high
above the rail by hU nurte and showing
a precocious Interest in the rene. The
King aoon joined the prince and the
crowd barked out another cheer, which
waa renewed when Queen Maud appear
ed. The members of the royal family
peedily Unded and escorted by troop
of calvary, drove to the palace through
cheering crowd. The people aurrounded
the palace for hour and cheered the
King and Queen when thep appeared at
HUNTING FOR DIAMONDS IN
South African Expert Arrive to Make
Thorough Search of Territory.
OROV1LLK. Col., June lfl.-M. E,
Cooney. a diamond expert from South
Africa, ha come here to investigate the
reported existence of a diamond Held
Coony has a world wide reputation a
nit authority on diamondiferou soil.
Tart of his time in being spent, in
Cherokee, where several diamond have
been found. Cooney will make a thor
ough examination of the teritory where
the Cherokee diamond were found.
In the ast sixty vent, sixty dia
mond have been found In the Chero
kee mine, the most valuable one being
worth $ 12(H). the others ranging in value
from $20 to $200. Most of the stone
were of a light yellow tinge, although
some pure white one were found.
JX)S ANGELES, June 1ft. A head-on
collision tatween two passenger trains
on the Santa Fe near Gypsum, Orange
county, occurred. None were hurt.
KILL PRIESTS ALSO.
SAI.ONICA, June 19. At Lissola near
Monnatlr, June 17, a Greek band mur
dered eight Bulgarians, including two
Two Japanese were killed and two
wounded, 89 insurgents were killed and
175 taken prisoner, among them a num
ber of wealthy and Influential men who
were to be dealt with u wording to mill-,
tary law, The rebellion Ita spread to
four provinces, Unrest i general
throughout Korea and fugltitet are
H'Miliig to the defensible tenters,
NO AGREEMENT ON RATE
WASHINGTON. June 19. From present indication the conferee on
the railroad rate bill will not reach an agreement until come time next
week, which will probably be the last week of the eion. The purpose
with holding th report it i said ia to avoid a repetition of the debate
in the nenate which followed the recent report of the conferee. The con
vernation the conferee have had with variou member of the limit and
inate, indicate that only three amendment are giving trouble. The
principal one in the pipe line amendment.
One objection to thi amendment ia tlmt it would injure the
lumber trade by making uee a number of small road which were
built for the aole purpose of getting lumber to the trunk line.
Agrarian Commission of 99 Is
STRONG MEN ARE CHOSEN
Election of Commission Mark Second
Stf of Agrarian Legislation ia
Russian Lower Hons No
ST. PETERSBURG, June I9.-The
election of the agrarian commission of
99 today mark the second stage of the
agrarian legislation in the lower house,
but the unweildly size of the commission
and the reservation of eight places for
members who have not arrived, .gave
slight prospect of a speedy presentation
of the draft of the laws. The commis
sion consist virtually of the strongest
men in parliament and the make up is
considered moderate. The' Metropolitan
Antonius tonight assured the member
of the lower hotte that the government
did not intend a recess of parliament
against the will of the majority,
CHINESE GET DANGEROUS.
LONDON, June 19 Special dispatches
from Hong Kong report the Chinese at
tacked and dangerously wounded Dr,
Home, medical representative of the
American insurance company at Turgan,
and slightly wounded his assistant, Mr,
WASHINGTON. June 10.-WHh prnc
tical unanimity the house today adopted
a substitute for the Beveridge amend
ment to the agricultural bill relating to
meat inspect ion. After the adoption of
the amendment the bill was sent to con
ference. The house also passed a large
number of bills under suspension of the
TWO ARE DROWNED.
IDAHO FALLS. June 1!). William
Devore and "Butch" Brown were drown
ed while attempting to eros the Snake
river at St. Anthony this evening in a
boat. Devere was superintendent of the
St. Anthony elect rio lighting plant.
NO STRIKE PROBABLE.
MOSCOW, June 19. The printers and
their employer, who for several weeks
have been on the verge of a rupture,
reached an agreement tonight. This
removes the main grounds of apprehen-
lou of a general Industrial strike.
GETS HIS DESERTS.
ItlOA. June 19. Ansa Zedln, who
gave stain's evidence at recent trial
f .'Ifl revolutlouUt which resulted III
even eteeut Ions, t killed today by
three unknown Uio.
CHINA FOR CHINESE
Patriotic Movement Is Gaining In
RUSSIAN GENERAL'S OPINION
Noted General Dessimo Arrives in Vic
torts From tas Orient an!
Tells of the Far Eastern
VICTORIA. June 19.-GeneraI Des
simo. a noted Russian military officer,
who was stationed at Shanghai in
charge of the Russian intelligence bu
reau during he war, arrived today en
route to St. Petereburs;. In an inter
view the general stated be expected an
other Chinese outbreak before long, not
so much a rising similar to the Boxer
outbreak as a general patriotic move
ment to free China from foreign restric
tions. Within the past two years there
has been a growing movement to secure
China for the Chinese without foreign
interference and before he left Shang'
hai. this movement was assuming an
WILL COVE WEST.
PORTLAND. June 19. Though he
does not expressly state his intentions,
Dr. Charles Scaddinsr, recently elected
bishop of the Episcopal diacese in Ore
gon, in a letter practically declares he
will accept the office. At the time of his
election Dr. Scadding stated there was
considerable doubt whether he would
come to Oregon.
TWO SAILORS KILLED.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 19. Through
the breaking of the fore-top-gallant-
yard on the French bark. Francois this
afternoon, two sailors engaged in mak
ing sails, lost their lives. The bark
bad passed the strait and was standing
out to sea when the accident occurred.
One man struck the deck and was killed,
the other fell overboard and was drown
ed. Both were taken ashore on a tug.
CAPTURED WHILE ASLEEP.
VANCOUVER. June 18.-Johnny Hill.
alius Takum, otherwise known as Sook
Sais, the alleged murdered of Charles
Newell, wa captured while asleep near
the scene of the tragedy. , According to
eye witnesses, Newell refused to drink
it h Hill. Later he obtained a shot
gun and shot his victim in the back. The
shooting occurred on Sunday.
WITHDRAW FROM FEDERATION.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 19.-The
Coast Seamen's Union has withdrawn
from the City Waterfront Federation,
the supposed reason being to relieve the
Federation of the newlly of partici
pating In the Industrial trouble, Two
other union idtllluted with the Msmen
will probably follow suit,
IS CLOSED YESTERDAY
Allegiance to Principles of Republican Party Reaf
firmed Roosevelt, Lincoln and Fremont are
Eulogized By the Whole Convention.
PARTY'S GOLD STANDARD RECORD IS PRAISED
OPPOSITION IS EXPRESSED TO TEE TRUSTS AND TO THE IKEQUAL
ITT WHICH PERMITS ONE TWELFTH OF VOTERS OF THE
COUNTRY TO WEILD ONE-QUARTER OF TEE NA
TIONAL LEGISLATIVE POWER.
PHILADELPHIA. June 19.-Reaffirm-ing
their allegiance to the principles of
the republican party, the National
League of Republican Clubs today ended
its convention. Resolutions were adopt
ed paying tribute to John C. Fremont,
the first standard bearer of the party,
Abraham Lincoln, the first republican
President, and Theodore Roosevelt, the
present leader, and the "World's first
citizen" who Has gained not only the
the respect and love of his country, but
the esteem and admiration of the whole
Protective tariffs were endorsed snd
WINS LAST RACE.
W. B. Gates, Famous Gelding, Wins One
CHICAGO, June 19. A dispatch to
the Tribune from Seattle, Wash, says:
W. B. Gates, an old campaigner in
the stable of R, R. Rice, the Arkansas
horseman, yesterday won his one hun-
dedth race, and now he will get his long
promised retirement from racing. A long
time ago when W. B. Gates was ap
proaching his century victory, owner
Rice announced that as soon as. the
horse made it an even hundred he would
be retired to a life of ease on pastures
green, and after Gates' victory yester
day Mr. Rice said he would make the
promise good. W. B. Gates is a 9-year-
old gelding by Prince Royal-Penlope,
and has raced on almost every track of
importance in the country.
SPECIAL TERM OF COURT.
NEW YORK, June 19. It was an
nounced today that a special term of
the criminal branch of the federal cir
cuit court was arranged to try the sugar
rebate cases, and the case against the
presidents of the subsidiary corporations
of the so-called Tobacco Trust for the
alleged violation of the Herman anti
trust law. The special term was called
before Judge Holt who adjourned it
until June 29.
PORTLAND June 19. Acting under
Instructions from the Federal Govern
ment at Washington, Inspector Foster
of the Secret Service is investigating
the alleged anarcbltle society which
ha been unearthed In Portland. It
transpired today that the inspector last
itlght seized a number of pamphlet
printed in the Polish language found t
the headiiuarter of the society. Tits
afternoon, Pols osuvd M. Lopsskl,
the party is felicitated on its record on
tlto gold standard, rural fret delivery,
irrigation of arid lands, the Isthmian
canal and other subjects. Opposition is
expressed to the trusts and to tht in
equality which permits one-twelfth of
the voters of the country to wield one
quarter, of .the national legislative
Continuing, they declare the demo
crats of at least eleven states should be
deprived of their unfair preponderance
of power and that the political rights
be served to every voter, whether whits
HAND DOWN DECISIONS.
United States Circuit Court of Appeals
Decides Important Cases.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 19. The
United States Circuit Court of Appeals
yesterday handed down decisions as fol
lows: The Aetna Indemnity Company vs.
Auto Traction Company of San Joss,
judgment affirmed; John Cascaden et al
vs. Joseph Bartolis, Alaska, judgment
reversed; United States vs. Aloian &
Isaac Kauhoe, Hawaii, judgment affirm
ed; Emerick & Duncan Company vs.
Harvey W. Vesa, judgment affirmed;
Till Price et al vs. R. C. Connors, Alaska,
judgment reversed; Joseph Forderer vs.
Walter Schmidt A Charles Phillips,
Alaska, judgment reversed; Edna R.
Waterbury vs. Rebecca McKinnon, Mon
tana, judgment affirmed; Northwestern
Steamship Company vs. Charles Timmia.
Washington, judgment affirmed; E. O.
Lindblohm vs. Charles K. Rocks, Alaska,
judgment affirmed; the Phoenix Assur
ance Company, Ltd, vs. the Maryland
Gold Mining & Development Company,
Ltd., Idaho, judgment reversed; Robert
Ball vs. United States of America, Wash
ington, judgment affirmed; Alfred W.
Bun-ell end Ajstna Iudeasnity Company
vs. United States of America, Washing
ton, judgment affirmed.
who has been one of the aggresosrs in
the attack against the local order, ap
peared at the police station with a
statement that his life had been threat
ened by several of his countrymen sad
informed that within three days he
would "Be killed like a rat." Lopki'i
statement wst corroborated by three of
his countrymen. The man was turned
over to the secret lerviut stent, when he
repeated hi story without any conflict