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VOL. VI. NO. 118.
PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JULY' 18. 1907. EIGHTEEN PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS. .faU"
Attorneys Arguing: Abou
tnstnictions to Be Given
to Jury by. J udgre . Wood
After Bnal Talk Is Made
This Week. , ;
' Colorado Troubles Will Be
:- Eliminated by the Court,
f Leaving Only the Actual
v Death of Steunenberg to
Be Passed Upon. ,
By John Nevlns. ,.
; Bplse Ida.A ; July .1 I. The Haywood
defense rested this morning and the tak
ins ( evidence ended. The 'attorneys on
both aide . Immediately plunged into
extensive legal arguments touching upon
""l the Instructions to be given the Jury.
Darrow was bitter in hla criticism
of the latitude (ranted by Judge Wood
to the prosecution and declared that the
killing ot Beck and McCormick. the In-
dependence depot explosion and- the at
tempt on the lives of Peabody. Ooddard
' and Gabbard have no bearing on the
present case and should be excluded .aa
well as the entire Bradley evidence.
This was fouarht by Senator Borah.
who declared the entire matter .simply
- proved the state a contention that a
' general conspiracy exists.
Hawley will talk ail day tomorrow.
Me will be followed by Richardson:
then - Darrow. - Borah's argument will
also be lengthy.
Judge-Wood's fine instructions. It is
evident, will eliminate practically the
entire Colorado troubles and limit the
Jury absolutely to determine whether
iaywood Is in any way responsible for
.. ' Steunenberg'e death. ,
ABERDEEN. CAN FEEL
K :THE LID COMING ON
- '" " " 7 c' .' L
(Special Ptspstea to The Joarnal.)
Aberdeen. Wash.. July Is. After City
'Attorney Campbell of Hoqulam. had en
forced the Sunday closing law In that
city he announced, that Aberdeen would
be obliged to comply with it and U looks
..' now as If he knew what he waa talking
about. County Attorney Boner has :.a
v mltted that he thought the prospect
bright for tne closing of all the towns
In the county.
It seems that the law regulating cities
H' bf the second class requires that such
matters shall be regulated by tne auth
orities ot the city, the county attorney!
taking a hand only in criminal cases.
The ban has again been placed on slot
' machines, and In their place sounds the
rattle of the dice. .
waw"swe-as " awaweaaawasosssnssi bus as ssasBaassssn .
: DlTorcea In Wallowa. '' '
(Bfweltl Dispatch te The Josraal.)
Enterprise. Or.. July II In the Wal
lowa county term of clreulf court Just
ended the following, were granted di
vorces : Barah Ellen Magneaa from
Thomas H. Magnesa, Sadie K. Flsk from
James A. Flsk and Bessie I Meek from
Alfred H. Meek. ,
FIRST LOVE WRECKS HOI
eautiful Mrs. William Ingalls Finds Smartly Uniformed
SQiptain Julius Purnell'More -Attractiye, Than Is
.. Her Civilian. Garbed Husband.;
(Josrsal Special erviee.)
r - Ban Francisco. July CapUIn Jut
lus Purnell. U. fl. At blue blooded, gal
lant and handsome, won In an encoun
ter with Cupid and an lratgv husband
yesterday and-carried off the beautiful
. wUa of. William. JH. Ingalls. The esca
lade occurred In a fashionable hotel In
Eddy street, and the principals n the
affair Included all the accessories of a
successful comedy of manners, from
the wronged husband to the faithless
but beautiful wife.-!
. - The hero of the thrilling chain of cir
cumstances has been in the limelight be-
' fore. He was a dashing scion of a
prominent Kentucky family. Hla pop
ularity with the fair sex brought nim
' before the puetlo about a year ago
when he was divorced from hla wife.
formerly 13.11th Terry, the belle of
Ixnilsvine. He is a globe trotter, who
ttirneil Dn)l.it'.i miu num uwiur v
soldier. In all departments tof activity
1 wnicn ni fia uuvi onim nimumi iiv
Keen a success. As a centaln and
...P.enn in the Philippines he won hon
ors for his skill in combating the dis
eases of the tropica 'He was' once a
student In Berlin and Parts, and gen
erally Is a man of the world.
.-- The woman in - the ase, before she
married her now .dessrted husband, was
BABE JOANi OF ARC S :
SACRIFICED ON PYRE
' ; (Joorsal pedal lerrlra.) " 3
yMlnneapnlla. July II. Mia VJorllng,
'aged years, played the part of Joan,
I In the gam Of Joan D'Arc with a num
ber of girl companions today, all of
them under 10 years of age, and now
shs ia a blackened corpse.
All the children had heard the story
read and a huge bonfire In the yard aided
the active Imagination of the young,
sters and supplied ths necessary setting
ORDERS DEATH OF JAPS
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'EMPEROR OF KOREA.
RICH STRIKE IH
Neyada Miners Deserting
Rhyolite and Tonopah
i.v. for New Eldorado, y v
(Jesraal Bpealal btHn.)
Rhyolite, Key- July .11. A genuine
Sensation was created today by a veri
fied telephone message from - Green
water stating that 'Fairbanks prospec
tors from the new Fanamlnt camp had
brought out ore assaying 1.000 ounces
of silver 'and 170 In gold ' to ' the ton.
The leds-e la said to 'be 10 feet wide.
The people of Rhyolite. Greenwater and
Tonopah are excited and are flocking
io me new- aisirii in thi numoera.
This town is almost depopulated.- small
parties laavlna- at every hour of the
any for the new Eldorado. Every kind
of vehicle la pressed Into service In the
rush for the new field of fortune.
While out sailing
(Joeraal Bpedal ai !.)
Copenhagen. July 18. Fourteen per
sona are reported to have been drowned
by the eapsislng of a aallboat. . . .
Mlsa Joseph Leah Downey of Sacra-
mentor"' gha la a woman of "unusual
After a fleeting summer romance by
the waves near Monterey with Captain
Purnell. she married William M. Ingalls,
a well-known electrician high In the era
ploy of the. Southern Pacific company.
According to Ingallp. he had reason to
suspect that his wife's' affections, of
which her coquetry kept him ever In
doubt, had wandered back to the captain
whom she had met by the waves,
Monday- beaatlful .Mrs, Ingalls left
their apartments, leaving a note saying
she had gone to Oakland to visit friends.
She did not return, and Tuesday Ingalls
employed detectives. Ort an Eddy street
hotel reglHter they . found this, entry,
"Mr. and Mrs. J. pdrnell."
JThe deserted husband secured a polios
urt citation for his wife.
In the meantime the captain had. re
turned rrom tne army maneuvers ana
Joined Mrs. Ingalls. The captain, and
the - lady slipped through a' clothes
closet to en adjoining room, while the
Irate husband stood at the door, and
then through the window and escaped.
Mrs. Ingalls said last night: .
"I shall go to the sanatorium and then
I will leave the country. J love Captain
Pnrnell, and I do not love my husband.
If I cannot secure a divorce from him
I may never -see either of them again.
Tou shmiM see -the cerrtaln In hts uni
form- No one could help loving him-" .
for the historical drama of whloh their
teachers had told them. They1 circled
rally around the Are tnd little Mia, the
leador, approached the burning pyre,
singing gaily. Mther she stumbled or
a (rlt of wind blew the flames la her
face, but somehow she. fell face for
ward Into the firs. The screams of her
companions brought a neighbor who
dragged her from the Are and wrapped
Ms coat about the charred body. Bhe
died oa the way to the hospital. . .
Angry Southern Oregon Men
Appeal for Aid From the
State in Preyenting the
Tn a Lit a -ill il -
jCiXierminauon pi au me
Eogue Eiyer Trout.
Accuse Golden Drift Mining
Company of Yiolating the
Laws -by Ita Failure to
Build Ladders Seins Are
Used by Outlaws. "
(Special Dispatch te The JosmaL)
-Medford. July 1. Fishing on the
Rogue river Is threatened with extinc
tion In the neaa future, according to
the fishermen of southern Oregon, un
less Fish Warden Van Duxen makes
some effort to enforce the law. In con
sequence Commercial club sportsmen,
business men and farmers are up In
anna, and are appealing to Governor
Chamberlain for relief. ' ,
The Bogus river has long been fam
oua as the finest fishing stream oa the
Paclflo coast. Nowhere are thsre
many game lab and nowhere are tne
fish as aame. Of recent years, how-
aver' the sudoIv has decreased alarm
insrlv. due crlmarllv to the lack ot an
adeuuate fflh ladder by which fish can
ascend . the . river past . the. dam near
Grants Pass, constructed by the Golden
Drift Mining company, in aaaition 10
the dsn, no attempt is made to enforce
the Ilsn laws, ana seining is pnnmni
up to the base of the dam. As a result,
there is not one fish now where there
were five a few years agov
Nearlv 1.000 citlsens have slcned the
petition- to the governor In this vicinity
and slmllar'-petitions are being signed
at : Jacksonville, uoia nui, central
Point and -other towns In southern Ore
gon. The petitions reaa aa iouows:
10 tne xion. uisv ju. viicuitwumu.
governor: - The commercial onjuin
ion nf Jackson county. Oregon, as
i - - aup most anternrielns: citlsens.
are today spending very large sums of
mousy as wen as aevouug m.ir b.i
efforts to advertise and -. increase the
iwimiiatinn of southern Ores-on and
among our bountiful, resources the trout
aiui uimin of Rojrue river are an at-
traction whloh - brings many - desirable
citlsens into our country.
"The Golden Drift Mining company,
located near Grants Pass, maintains a
dam at this point across Rogue River
and the so-caueo nsn laaaer wnicn iney
have built Is utterly tnsdequate to per
mit the fish to asceno tne river oeyona
this nolnt ezoept in very iinutea sum
The fmet that below' this dam It Is
a profitable enterprise to use aelna and
neta ror nsning lor nrin, ana tmn.
it .nr-h an undertaktna would be time
wasted. Is convincing evidence that the
fish are unable to ascend the liver be
yond this point in any large nnmwri.
"Although repeated complaints have
been made upon several occasions to
minor officials, whose duty It is to at
tend to these matters, no relief has so
far tMkAit obtained.
"We. tne unaersignea reeiaenie oi
Jackson county, do therefore respect
fully petition your excellency for relief
from-the Injustice from which we suffer
nil that an adeouate fish ladder be im
mediately constructed at this point"
RELATIVES FAIL TO
CLAIM SAILOR'S BODY
(Jneraal flntdsl Berries. 1
Boston, July 18. The body of Benja
min Krleger, a Georgia explosion vlotlm,
is the only one not claimed by rela
tives. The authorities have learned that
hla family has moved to Los Angeles.
He was burled here today.
ASTORIA'S LID TO
' BE ' YET.rriGHTER
(gpselal Dtaaatrk te The leareel.t '
Astoria, Or., July It. An ordinance
has been introduced by City Councilman
Stanglana to abolish all boxea back
rooms and side entrances In saloons and
restaurant a It Is thought It has a good
chance for passage. .
MARY COSTEIiLO IS .
V - ACCUSED BY AGED- '
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- Ueersal Bpeelal Serrles.)
Springfield, Mass.,' . July 11 Tester
day'a session of the triennial conven
tion of the Ladles' Cathollo Benevolent
association was characterised by a scene
of turbulence following an attack of
Right Rev. B. J. McQuald, bishop of
Rochester, New York, upon Mrs. Mary
E. Costello of Brooklyn, presidential
candidate of the ; antl-adnilnlatray on
forces. " T
The venerable Bishop McQuald. who
Is now In his 4th year, as spiritual
advisor of the organisation la the only
man permitted to attend Its sessions.
Bishop MuQuaid created Intense excite
ment by charging that Mrs. Costello,
If not the author of the anonymous cir
cular attacking the present administra
tion and altering gross extravacance In
Its management, at least had knowledge
of Ita authorship. Bishop MoQuaid said
that at the St. Paul convention three
years ago Mra. Coetello refused to shake
handa with him.
In a 10-mlnute talk MYe. Costello
flayed her accusers and reiterated her
denial that she was the author of. the
aaonymoua circular. . . i
Combinations of Business
Interests in City Working
ActiTely Against AntI
Trust Ordinance Soon to
Be Presented to Council.
City Attorney's Office Also
Is Visited by Representa
tives of Affected Interests,
Who Present Arguments
, Against the Ordinance.
Vigorous opposition to the Introduc
tion and paasage of the Beldlng antl
trust ordinance is being shown by vari
ous combinations of business Interests
now operating In the , city. Efforts,
arguments and persuasions have been
laid before Councilman-Beldlng In an
attempt, to " ahow ' him why ha should
not father such a measure In the coun
cil or give It . the Influence of bis
The city attorney's office hag not
been- forgotten, and various men repre
senting the affected Interests are re
ported to have argued against the prep
aration or Introduction of any suoh
ordinance as that drawn by the city
attorney, -i ... .
xa sanas ox .uuior.
The Beldlng ordlnanoe Is now on file
with the city auditor and will be con
sidered at the meeting of the council
next Wednesday afternoon. The ordi
nance was filed yesterday afternoon and
would have - been considered bad not
previously presepted business taken
All members of the council have been
provided with copies of the ordlnanoe,
so that tbey will be familiar with its
provisions when It comes up for con
sideration at the next meeting. In view
of the fact ' that the Dassaxe of the
measure la eagerly desired and la being
urred bv lara-a numbers of Portland
people It Is very probable that the ordi
nance will be enacted at the next meet
ing without waiting for the usual
course, which would require a two
weear reference to a committee. .
. Argumeata la Opposition. .
Many arnmenta are belnsr n resented
by those opposed to the ordlnanoe. One
representative coming from a Portland
combination puts up the novel plea th&t
tne enactment or an ordinance which
makes It a violation of the law to re
duce the price of a commodity la la
Itself vloloua ..... .. , .
The gentleman stated that If business
men desired to reduce prices they should
be allowed to do so. ' He based hla con
tention on tho provision of the ordl
nanoe which will make It unlawful for
any combination to agree to reduce
prices as well as to Increase them or
maintain them at a certain standard.
The section In point is Included In all
such laws and 1 Introduced In order
to prevent trustlike combinations from
entering Into a warfare of prices for
the purpose of freeslng out competition.
It Is also belnr ara-ued that the or
dinance is unconstitutional and that It
will work for ths benefit of large firms
and department stores and against the
It Is becomln evident since the Tuh-
llcition of the ordinance that It will
have no easy path to enactment If the
ODstaoiea in tne power or the combina
tions can be used to block It It is
being assailed on every hand and a
strenuous t irht-rtll ho-made-to prevent
Its paasage through the council.
HABEAS CORPUS TO
GET CHILD BACK
tflvedal DisMteh te Toe Joeraal.) '
Walla Walla. Wash.. July II. Mrs.
Cornelia Ragan of Walla Walla today
suea out a wnt or naoeaa corpus lor
the recovery of her seven-year-old
daughter, Allleen. who for a year and
half has heen in the custody or Grace
Fleming. The petition alleges that the
Fleming woman got possession of the
child by representations that she wss a
woman or gooa moral character, wnere.
It la alleged, she keeps a disorderly
house adjolnins- the place where the
child Is kept and the child la allowed to
f lay In the eame yard and mingle with
ho disreputable Inmates of the house.
Professor Stowe Says United
States Will Defeat Com: ;
V bined Towers.
' (Joaraal Special Service.)
Detroit July It. That there will be
a world-wide war - within the next five
years Is the prediction of Prof. Lyman
Stows, who through his astrological ob
servations predicted . the Spanish-American
war. The atar-gaaar Insists thai
his observations positively assure htm
that a great war Is Imminent and that
it cannot be staved off longer than the
. Aoeording to Prof. Btowe's predlotlon
the United States will become Involved
with the whole world and will come off
victorious In the end. He declares that
because nf the faat that thla country
Is te fight the world. England had
formed an alliance with the world
For many years Prof. Stows has been
making a study of astrology and he has
the greateet raltn in nis ability to rore-,
tell events of . world-wide Importance.
He hae been working on the war prob
lem for months and feels certain that
the nlanetary positions show that audi
a war aa be predicta la Inevitable, , '
' ESCAPES - FROil
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KAID HARRY MACLEAN.
Commander of the' Sultan's
Forces Escapes From Lair,
of Fajnous Bandit. ,f
' i (Joeraal Special Berrtee.) "
Paris, July II. A dispatch to . The
Journal from Tangier aaya news has
been received from Km ass to ths effect
that Kald Maclean had auoceeded In
fleeing to Zaoiila, . where Marabout is
protecting him. He la now on sacred
territory, which la Inviolate to alt
- Sir Harry Maclean ie the Scotch oom
mander of all the Sultan's troops, who
was ' recently captured by the bandit
Ralsull. - His escape was due to sur
rounding tribes, who In a grand assem
bly, held on Bedim Zanores territory, de
cided that Ralsull wee-guilty of break-1
ing tne zaonares law aa laid down in
the Koran, by capturlna- an Intermedi
ary who was bringing -words of peace.
An expedition was quickly rormeo,
which succeeded in Discing Maclean in
WILL "REVISE TARIFF .
AFTER JfEXT ELECTION
(Jneraal Bpeelal Berries.)
D . VT V T.tlw IS Am
conference with the president Henator
Hopkins, representative of the Wiscon
sin Tariff Revision leagues, said that
rhile it would be suicidal for the Re-
?ub leans to attempt tartrr revision at
be next congress, that It would doubt
less be done j after the next -election.
Senator Miles accompanied Senator Hop-
sins to mo .uiuuiar capitals :: . .
FALLING BODY OF
: GIRL TEARS HOLE
, IN MARBLE FLOOR
jm ',. . (Joaraal Special Berries.)
Chicago, July II. In alght of hun-
dreds of people Miss Anna Normoyle of
this, City, 10 years old. Jumped or fell
from the fifteenth story of ths Masonic
temple last evening, crashing to the
marble floor of the eorrldor. Every
bone In her body was broken and she
waa so mutilated that It wag, difflcttlt
to identify her. .
Before . striking the eorrldor floor.
which wm crowded with hundreds of
people, ner ooiy struck a marble cornice
three Inches thick and eight feet square,
smaahlng It to atoma. The girl turned
over twice In her no-foot fail, landing
feet foremost, and tearing a great hole
In the stone floor.
She had been visiting Miss Mamie
Nelstrom, a stenographer and neighbor.
She had been in poor health and was
despondent and her frlnnds believe she
Chose that onnortunltv to and her Ufa
Kleven yenre sko a man leaned from I
the elrhteenih floor of the same bulid -
Inr,. crashing throueh a brauoh Dost-i
oitloe oa the ground floor.
1 1 n. am tk. .. 1 l -
2. , 'y
IS FIFTEEFJ CEIITS
Colored Bridegroom Forgot
Fiancee's Name and Goes :
to Rock Pile. ) '
Forgetting tho namg of ils bride, pay
ing the minister .It cents to perform
the marriage ceremony, married Satur-J
day,, beating hla wife Sunday and een
teneed to tho rock pile for 10 days Mon
day, Is ths brief and eventful history
of the matrimonial venture of C
Johnson, colored. - , I
Ths amount of ths minister's fea was
not . disclosed until thla . morning, when
Rev. George EL Jackson, also colored.
visited the -office of the 'county clerk
to make a report on the marriage. At
thsjiame jyneWerelopod that for two
days Johnson was in doubt about his
fiancee's name. ' The deoutv - who
celved Rev. Mr. Johnson's report asked:
s tne marriage business pretty
vveii, i m a getting as many of 'am
i a w.au waa ma ran t.
I onlv eot 11 cents nut nf H-
iw an i can t ar lord to do vary much
marryin' at them figures." said Rev. Mr.
jacason. --pec i won't set any more
i him. either, as lone h as snn
to the rock pile" and the colored mln
ut..r. Joined In the laugh that followed.
Ves. sir. that fellow nWTv viva ma ia
cents, ne 'repeated to the friend who
ucoumpanira nim as tney started away
from the court house,
-An inspection of tho record revealed
the fact that Johnson, when he flret
asked tor a marriage license, had given
t Its nmgn'a waaaa a r t . m
aaaastiw mm 1UH Je OStl,
Later h h1 rturni and , had ' It
changed to Martha Parr. .
1. 0. 0. F. OFFICERS
- 7 AT NORTH POWDER
" (Rpsclsr IMspstek te The Jeomal.) '
North Powder, Or, July Is. Wil
liam N. Gardner, district deputy, has
Installed the following officers for
North Powder lodge no. is. I. p. o. F.s
William H. Grove, noble grand; James
Anderson, vice-grand; C. 8. Moore, re
cording secretary; Andrew Lun. finan
cial secretary and treasurer;- Charles
Henderson, warden; O. I). Thomllnaon.
conductor; William R. Sanders, Inside
fuard; Grant Dalton, outside guard;
lerman Rothchlld, right . support . to
noble grand: John C Travllllon, left
support to vice-grand; George W. Nelll,
left support to vice-grand; Robert M. J
8haw, past noble grand. 1
COUPLE WED AFTER
FOUR DAYS' DIVORC
'(Jesraal Special erVlee.) '
San Bernardino, July II. A peculiar
ease of dlvoree and remarriage baa just
occarred here. Isaac Arnold of , Ban
Jose arrived here this morning to, learn
that his wire Mary bad secured a di
vorce on Monday on the grounds of de
sertion and failure to i rovt.le. He wh.
) l;il Sw
lthat m iu.,:"ni
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Peasants on the Frontier of
TAustria nold Massacre of
-Defenseless Jews and KiU.
Many Hundreds of Inno-
. cent People, ; ;Y:
. . ';-., I.
, . ;i, gam ssi i ssssssssspsssssassssaa
Agitators Lead , Infuriated
Followers Into Ghetto at
Skonitz at Dawn' to Aid
in the Murder Drag Vic
- tims Into the Streets. -
. (Journal Special Berries.)
Warsaw, July IS. Hundreds of bodies
of -women mnd chlldren'flir the streets
of Skonita, on the Austrian frontier, as
the result of an anti-Jewish demonstra
tion there this morning. Peasants,
armed with scythes, swords and harvest
ing knives, joined the-Jew" baiters' and
Invaded the ghetto, cutting light - and
left, slaughtering their victims .indis
criminately. . -
Agitators who were responsible for,
the failure of the agrarian plan for tho
expropriation of land, instigated the
program. At dawn a call. was sent out
to the peasants, who came flocking lato
the city by the hundreds. Thirsting for
blood and In heat of passion they made
their way to the ghetto. - There followed
a scene of horror which, cannot be dev .
Men and women and even babes were
not spared by the fiendish slayers of
the Jews, They dashed into, houses and
ahops and dragged their victims Into '
the streets so that their companions
might have the Delight of aeelng them
die. - Blood flowed on every side and
ths peasants fairly reveled In gore. " '""
Cossacks were called out to dispel
the Jew baiters and, overtaking one band
of XI, they killed 25 of them. Injuring
the others, some of them fa tall v. The
troops, however, were unable to stop the
slaughter -for several hours, the peas
ants eluding them and swooping down
upon the helpless Jews from a differ
ent quarter every few momenta.
Seeing that the Cosaacks could or
would not aid them, many of the Jewa
eecaped irom the city and are now flee
ing toward Austrian territory for pro
tection. . -
NEGRO CHAJJGED WITH ,
(Bpeelal Nspatrb. te The Jeernal.)
Moacow, Ida.. July It. Albert H.
Squires, colored, waa arrested at Troy
today, charged with the murder of Al
bert Clemm, also colored. Squires keeps
a restaurant and Clemm was employed
ss a cook.- Clemm, while Intoxicated,
waa thrown out by Squires and the
claim la made that fatal injuries re
sulted. His skull wss fractured and ha
was found dead this morning, where he
fell In front of Squire's place of busi
TO GIVE WINL0CK
L- FIRE PROTECTION
(Bpeelal Tnapstek t The Jseraat.) .
Wlnlock, Was.. July IS. The city '
council haa called for bids for the con
struction t water system for flre
protection. The plans call for about
1,009 feet of water malne and an Im
mense reservoir. The city is now en
tirely without fire protection.
; ILl ULL JAPS
People! Backup Emperor lit
: IHsMote Against Sub- ;
jects of Mikado. '
?- ,t t- fjMsinn 9pcinsat AMrfc -Seoul,
Korea, July IS. Koreans have
decreed tho death of all Japanese of
ficials in thla country. Placards calling
for tho death of all officials represent
Ing the mikado "appeared In pubtla
filaces today. Tna ministers sre strong,
y guarded and the audience of Mir.
?ula Ito with the emperor, scheduled
or today, haa been postponed.
It is believed that publlo sentiment
has changed and that the emperor wi I
not be forced to abdicate In favor of
the crown prince, unless the Japanea.
force him to such action. The dhihi.
Who yesterday were ready to turn
against their ruler are to.lny eaa-ar to
carry out his plans and wane re.ntle.
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