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RAILROAD IS OUTLAW
himself before tb.* mirror.
REPORT ON STANDARD OIL OO
“Did he know
“I do not know," Mill Froet, with ex
French Slay Hundreds of Moors In
Commission on Corpora Ions Save It
treme *luwne»». "whether lie knew you
Ueee Worst of Methode
rranlshment for Troachsry.
or whether be didn't. Hut It *u opinion
I* *uy tiae to you be wa* no luur* taken
, , j
I Tangier. Aug. T.—Caaa Blanca, on
Washington, Aug 5.—Significant
In than I was,”
are made public lu a re
ID I COndenSEtl Form tor OH ths Moroccan coast, haa been bom- Openly Defies Authorities of the revelatlous
"Pooh !“ cried Zeno.
port submitted to President Roose
barded by French cruisers, the
"Anyway." replied Frost, "I ain't fool
velt by Herbert Knox Smith, Com
State ol Alabama.
Moers are reported to have been shot
missioner of Corporations, concern
euoush to ask you to pitch your tent on
ing the operation* of the Standard
niy premia» just at present. Tbe I hmi
down In large numbers, and the town
thin* for you tu du la to slid« before
since last Sunday night haa been
In a previous report the waye and
ike eld man has time to Ml a watch on
in the possession of laud
method* of the Standard were ex
tbla partlcOlar tenenieut"
HAPPE« OF TTO CONTINENTS practically
ing parties from French and Span
plained The present report seta
"Give me hl* ««Mreaa," Mid Zeno, "t
CHAPTBR X__ (Continued.)
withdraw hla foot from thia uneipected will huuw whether be auepvt'la or But.
forth the result* of these method*
ish cruisers. The first shots were
and the effect they have had on the
I sliall call upou bliu 1» morrow."
fired by the Moore. The French re
consumption of oil and ou the profits due* me to IKibrvakl now ?" demanded ly. and the old uisu submitted after a
(Te he vuutmued >
sponded with a bayonet charge and Governor Will lake Possession of the of the Standard Oil Company, Com Zeno, with a *mUe of boastful eelf cum while, but looked round ou Frost with a
the bombardment ot the native quar
missioner Smith says:
Rosa by Armed Force if Neces
M1W FAD or KANBJMI FABMNM
"Who are you?" Fnwt demanded
peramiag* at hla wits' eud.
"The Standard Oil Company is re
ter with melinite shells. The French
sary to Enforce Laws.
“How'« It done? There ain't a feature.
Have Fateli» laies la Uls»«s» al
had six men wounded but no one
petroleum and it* products during He atared hard at Zeuo. luaiiig for ouc* Z.sno, a* the b»t way of hiding hla sm-
■took aafi Fori >!»■ Imalemeals.
killed. No European residents were
"Don't you thluk you've
the last 2 5 year*. The Standard haa hla own shrinking gaie.
Never waa there such an epidemic <>t
“Would you like to we It go a little don* about enough ot that? It's no luz
Birmingham, Ala.. Aug. 6. It is cunslateutly used It* power to raise
Hall Caine is believed bo be tbe hurt.
public aalea on the farms aa tills
not unlikely that troop* will ba or
richest ncveliat in the world.
■tiling 8ev«n auctluneere have been
years, not only absolutely but also ped hl* hand to bi* mouth. Froet hMrd bls hoots like a dog."
a direct outcome ot the native up-
kept busy and »there ar« lu training
Nationaliste have a safe majority in rtaing''"which"resulted ïu the killing dered out within a tew days to take relatively to the cost of crude oil."
a slight clicking sound, and there wa*
Beau went on klMlug and gurgling for
The Standard has claimed that It hl* companion grinning at him with a a second or two, and then allowed Troat for auctioneers’ ■■•Imola Hoiu» uf Ilio
the newly-elected Pbilipine assembly.
week of eight Europeans at Casa possession of the Hue of the South
I Blanca- Botl> France and Spain are ern Railway, the cancellation of haa reduced the price of oil; that It horrible gap-toothed laugh, which *tart 1»<I to >lrag him to his fast. Tb* old man auctioneer* are "Coltinrla.1 ’ They claim
An ex plus on of firedamp in a Prue-
- -- hurrying other warship* with troops »hose license to operate In the slate haa boon a benefit to the consumer; him so that he recoiled » pace or two.
walhed by muddy ways, and hla wor
that title wiwu they have "cried" WO
sian min* killed 18 men and injured 11 and marines on board to various is calmly iguored by the company. A and that only a great combination Zeao laughed triumphantly and noisily. had
ahlper'a countenance bore signs of ron
points on the Moroccan coast for the
“And now," he Mid. when bl* laugh wa* tact with th* boot.
Tu Froat'« utter
But It la only the result of th» farm
thia afternoon between Governor nlshed oil at the price« that have over, "will you Introduce me to l»ob iiraaenivnt, trora ware cohrslug ilown tbe
Germany cures mental and nervous protection ot foreigners
getting rich ■nd of tbs isud lawn
spy'« fat. white chroka.
wrecks and dru kards by putting them
which esueea much cluing» of Im’atloii.
"Each one of these claim*." say»
_ change, and hl see, I and whistled through
convention the two power* are prominent attorneys, including two
“I declare!“ Mid the Irish American,
at steady employment.
Central Kaueaa baa resell««! a time
Charged with the policing of seaports ex-Chief Justices of the Supreme Coiinniasloner Smith, "Is disproved th* gaps lu hla teeth like that ot an old in bewilderment, na he shook Zeno by
Pacific Coa«t lumbermen will fight of Morocco and their action at Casa Court, is believed to have resulted lu by this report."
the shoulders, "what's the matter wltb when the raruwre wbu have mad» tl»lr
The Increase In annual profits ot
the proposed advance in lumber rates Blanca ha* brought no protest from a determination to make wholesale
Frost starwl at him still, a* If he were the man?”
Imiu* hen', writes all Abilene nirrw
any power. The states of Europe arrests of officials of the Southern the Standard Oil Company from faecluated "This get* me down." he
o Missiasipi valley points.
“What |* the matter?" demanded Zeno,
uf th» Kalians City Htar. Iiav»
have expressed their willingness that road if that company does not re
“Thia get* tue down, and kick* turning upon him with sin*«red and tear-
■cqulnel ui»r» material than they need
The railroads and the Steel trust are France and Spain restore order tn cede from its present position.
The report says:
me while I'm down. Walt » bit." be Mid. ful face and tragic geeture. "llehold the
"The total dividends received by somewhat recovering from hla «urpriae: preserver of my Ilf*, my father'* preeerv to run tiielr farm, or are anxloua to
wrangling over the question of broken Morocco. No other countries are In
A state official close to the Gov
ernor made the statement that Gov the Standard from 1882 to 190« “I'U show you notnethlng.“ II* pulled er.
change tb»lr realdence, end
rails, each blaming the other.
my mother's the patriot, th* chief,
News of fighting at Casa Blanca ernor Comer was going to use every were *551,922.124. thus averaging open a auiall drawer, and taking from it a the Idol, the god. ot my unhappy coon have a “aale.“ They gu tu tlie i«iunty
One hundred unruly members of the was
brought here by the steamer power at his command to make the 2 4.15 per cent a year. The dividends
Muit and make arrangements with tlw
Belf -st, Ireland, police force have been Anatole. On Saturday night the Southern Railway obey the laws of however, were much less than the photograph of considerable alae, threw It try !"
With thi* be fell Into a chair nror tbe auctioneer, and have tiielr bill* print
exiled and 150 more will follow.
total earnings. It I* substantially on tbe table. Zeno took It, and after the
French naval officer In command In Alabama.
mereet gl«n<-e stared up at Fro»t with an table, and dropping both arm* scrum the •d. Tli» latter are put up In tlw post-
"If the railroad carries out its certain that the entire net earning* exprraeiou
Rich Americans can not escape taxes formed the Moorish authorities that
of aniasement aliuoat aa coin
table and hla head upon hie arms gave office or are ecntt»red »*■ tbe fetw«
bv establishing residences in England.
state and confine itself to only In were at least *790,900,000 and pos plete a* Froet himself had worn a tew hiuiwlf up te convulsive sobbing.
;m»ta uf tbe vicinity.
They will be subject to taxation under thorization to do so »»I given. The terstate business," said this official, sibly much more.
momenta earlier. The photograph we* an
“I do not recall your friend." Mid Dob
The attendance ou the public aiilse
eularged copy ot tbe on* which Angela roekl, looking toward Froat.
tbe English laws.
force went ashore Sunday morning
la naually good, nothing but bmi weath
bad found among the stereoscopic view*
A German princess who systematic at daybreak. The Frenchmen were
er keeping th» farmer* of the vicinity
hl* fellow *roundr«r* Intense relief. “I
the time of Its orlgtual acquisition In the little exhibition ot Janen».
ally stole silver plate from European no sooner on the beach than they of the railroad, which has already at
away. Tbe wouieu frequently accom
“How did you come by IbiaT* lie ■shed. am ot Warsaw. My name la Wroblew*
not more than 875.000,000."
hotels has been exonerated on the
pany tiielr husbands «ml form an In
It la thirty yMra ago
The report of Commissioner Smith reeorering hlniMlf.
defying the rightful authority of the
ground of insanity.
“Dobroakl gave It me. I was going to I wa* but * lad,"
tervet nl portion of th» audience alien
French force sustained all its casual state. This action would be followed shows that the Standard Oil Com
lie spoks in Polish, and Imbronkl's tbe huuaetiold guuda and eanned fruit
A blast of 5,000 tons of high explo ties. The Frenchmen fought their up by an extra session of the legisla pany la responsible for petroleum
look of Inquiry gar« way to one of plM*
sive was fired in breaking up a moun way to the consulate and then sig ture. at which a law would be enact
■ re *>I<L
tury because this company haa con hasn't *een It and studied It. Ther* ur* and welcome.
tain of fine matble in Italy. It dis naled the cruiser Galilee to bombard ed whereby the railroad would be trolled
The crowd that ba* looked over the
the native quarter.
lodged 500,000 tons.
uf llie household curiously
The Galilee at once opened upon
ami n<«hh«! at the various fiawa lu Hut
ducts since 1866. or practically since
“Dobroahi g*>e It you?" said Zeno. In rascal look It and kl**ed It.
Five hundred brakemen and a num tbe Moors. She was joined at 11
the beginning of the Industry. Thi* a new amaaement "My good Froet. I
“My mother blro*cl you with her dy Implement* of tbe farmyard has also
ber of conductors on tbe Colorado o’clock by the French cruiser Du-
STANDARD CANNOT ESCAPE.
gives an opportunity to compare the have been a* cunning a* a serpent. I ing breath," be Mid. “My father di»«i had a rude mrt uf enlertainiuetiL On
8 -Uli em railroad have struck for an Chavla and both fired until 2.000
course of prices during the earlier hare bad down ther* st Janeone a bung In exile. bieMlng you. My slater’* cbll •very aale bill In large letters appear*
rounds of ammunition had been ex
increase of 2 cents an hour.
pended. This fire Is said to have Only Two Pretexts, and Neither One competitive period with the course Ung spy who did not knew me. wbo waa »Iren cherish your memory and pray tor ■'Free lunch at noon," and auiue of
On board the newest Germw-Ameri I been disastrous to the Arabs. The
of prices during the later monopolis it! to watch Dobroakl. such a bungler you nightly.“
t hem ba re the additional legend,
tic period. It also shows that prices
can ste mers no regular meals are I batteries on a fort at the mouth of
The bewildered Froet *ske«l blmsclt
Washington. Aug. 6.—Two ave would have been lower during thia that he wa* certain to find him out. and
tin eupa.” Thia Is Greek
served, but • regular short-order tes- the harbor fired at one of the French
did find him out. and I had him there repeatedly whether tb* thing wee* true or "Bring your
of possible escape are open to later period under normal competl
to tbe city resident, but the farmer
cruisers, but it was quickly silenced nues
■urant is always open.
to draw attention from myself. I talked false.
the Standard Oil Company, but live «traditions and In the abseuce ot
It mean* It la a promise
one or both are taken the any such overshadowing combination with IXibroakl sometime*, a hit of broken tbe spy's grasp and walhed to th* window. knowa what
T ree-fifths of the output of the great and A reduced.
second French landing party whether
be great «teauilng cans
English, a bit of broken French. I fool
DeBeers diamond mines in South Af went ashore and joined the first government
as haa actually existed.
ed him completely to my own Idiotic self- Zeno, turning upon Froet. began lu Eng
These prices show directly the ef satisfaction, and be knew me all the time llsh a story of th* utmost clrvnmstaoce. of «■off»«, with plenty of aamlwlcb»»
rica is taken by American dealers and party at the consulate. A third party intrenched, confident of repeating
■ml ;t»rba;>e plcklea. Tbe tukk of pro
It scored in Judge Lan- fect that the existence of thia com
prices are steadily rising.
from the Soanlsh cruiser Don Alvara the victory The
trust mav appeal to bination haa had upon the consumer Ob. I tell you he la a master, Never • which he related with *o natural an smo viding cope for a hundred or leu visit
lion and so complete aa air of veracity
Howard Paul, the American enter the Spanish consulate. The Euro the Circuit Court of Appeals on a and also the results that have ac
or« la a formidable one. ami tile pru
tainer, wbo die I in London in Decem pean quarter of Casa Blanca was not writ of error, or to the Supreme crued to the combination Itaelf by tie. little sign for week*, and he knew that It wa* hard to dlsbellees him, though dent housewife aaka that Ibe comer*
listener wa* certain he was lying
Court of the United States on con way of profits. Just conclusion can
ber, 1905, and whose will has been in damaged.
bring traisi to use at thia function. The
At that Instant there came a
loud Once or twice, at tbs mention of a name,
grounds. One appeal will thus be drawn of the way the Stand-
l tigation, bequeathed about 1200,000
The remainder of the European stitutional
habitual auction attendant la - fully
knocking at th* front door, and Froet. ¡•obroskl turned and asked after tb* bis
to London charities.
residents of Casa Blanca are either further appeal lies in either case.
putting hi* head out ot th* window. tury of Its owner.
equlp|*»l wltb the cups to use on *u»'b
Frost wa* Mger and yet afraid to be occasion*.
The empress of China has been or taken refuge on board a German and The Circuit Court of Appeals has
“Who* there?" be cried, “Th* bouw alone wltb l>obro*kl. Ils had been borrl
final jurisdiction in questions of er
dered by her physician to quit smoking English vessel in the harbor.
During (lie winter all aale« tiegin at
SECOND HEARING BEGUN.
la ail abed."
bly frightened all along.
affecting the law In the ca«'. and
cigarettes, and according to Chinese
10 o'clock, bui ■■ the day« leugtbeti Ibe
France and Spain have agreed on ror
custom a law will be made prohibiting the terms of a French-Spanish note
Federal Courts Continue Invetligation below, 'Can I «peak to you for a mo fatal blunder In respect to hi* wife's na ■Mion start Is more comuam. It all de
cigarette smoking throughout tbe em Informing the powers signatories of In the construction of the law are
pend* upon the amount of material to
tlonallty. his blood had suddenly run cold,
the Algeciras convention, including United States can only consider one
be sold. Homrtlmea there la something
Chicago. Aug. 6.—The prepara
the United States, of their Intention
Rota, the fighting leader cf the Puls- to
ly and Incautiously that be struck It apprehension..
more than coffee to drink, but not
keep within the terms of the con question.
Under article 8 of the Constitu
reeonodlngly upon the woodwork of th*
janee in tbe island of Leyte, has been vention in dealing with the situation
“Prrhnpa you don't know." Mid Froat. often.
window, and then the spy and the traitor addressing hla fellow rasral, "what sort
sentenced to drath. One companion In Morocco. The next measures to tion, “excessive bail shall not be re
Tbe amount of pro|>«rty changing
was se tei ced to imprisonment for life be adopted depend largely upon what quired. nor excessive fines imposed, Standard Oil Company of Indiana faced each other. The Mme word waa of a mu» you've gut your fraturn Into. bands In this growing method of dle-
■nd foar others were given 35 years. develops at Casa Blanca as a result
You'd better Inks one ot them cnndlee posing of ua«t farm material la <n«>r
inflicted.” In the opinion of offi ordered by Judge Landis of the mere whisper: "Dohroaki I”
Into the nest room and get a wash there "
T e trial of Faustino Ablen, the chief of the occupation of that town.
United Statt-s District Court on Sat
mous. In till* county akmo probably
Zeno glanced at himself lu the dis
of the Pulaja<.es, will take place this
urday. will begin tomorrow. The call
Paris. Aug. 7.—A special dispatch the case can reach the Supreme for the special grand jury will be can tell between u* If be know* me. A colored glass abuve tbs mantelpiece, ■nd seventy live aalea hav* been held aln»-e
the first of th« present year, and they
Take tbe bull by tb* feigning to be surprised by what he MW
received here from Tangier says the Court on the ground that the 829.-
King Edw-rd showed his apprecia street fighting in the bombardment 240,000 fine Is excessive, because Issued and United States District At- horn*. We can save all If there I* any there, took up * candle and retired, As have averaged more than *l.t«M> each,
thing to *av*—do ail If there la anything h* entered the bedchamber he stumble»! or at least $100,000 worth of eecond-
lion •>( labor in striking fashion during of Casa Blanca, according to a refu the Standard Oil Company of In dence
at the recent trial to be done. Go.”
his visit 1». C-rdiff, the center of the gee who arrived from there on the diana, the defendant, has capital of the presented
against a chair, and In putting It out of
bund good* dl"po«il of by farmers to
of only ,1.000.000 and assets
With al! thia breathed In one rapid
Wel-h coal trade. He not only knight steamer Anatole, continued through stock
of only *10,000,000. The astute resulted in conviction and a fine of whisper In Frost's sar, he pushol him ths way propped the door open wltb II their neighbor«. The same condition
ed Lord Mayor Crossm n, of Cardiff, a
lawyers employed by the trust may *29,240,000, and will select the wit from the room. While he blunderingly Froat approach*»! Dobroakl.
exl*ta In nearly every well settled
“I don't quite make out thia new* of
labor leader, but be announced the in when the Anatole left at 6 o'clock find other constitutional questions to nesses to be subpoenaed.
It de descended Zeno advanced stealthily llke a
county of tbe State, and ao common la
your*, air," be raid, half whispering
stitution of an order of chivalry for
veloped that the reason for haste In
raise In the Supreme Court,
this Investigation is that the statute eat and restored the window ami tbe blind "You say Zeno Is In Ix>u<!on. Who has tbe custom becoming that it U unlike
miners. This new decoration, which fired a total of about 2,000 shells
The number of Moorish dead will
ly that It will allow any dlmluutluu
of limitations is running against the to their old poaition.
will bear King Edward’s name, will be run
into the hundreds. A single such an issue and is confident of
“Do I wear anything he could know?"
fur aume time tu come.
"He waa seen and recognised at Char
for heroes of the mine who distinguish party of marines killed 150 Moors. victory. It will reply that the Stand government, and because of It the be asked himself. He released
with Ing Cross station by two nf the breth
Chicago A Alton will escape re-ln-
themselves in rescue work.
The French wounded number about ard Oil Company of Indiana is, as dlctment on between 80 and 100 rapid finger* a single button of hla waist ren." returned Dobroakl. “Unhappily he
<•««**< ns Great
Judge I^ndis has construed, the
Hay wool was given a great reception
The canoeist la tbe most Independ
Standard Oil Company of New Jer counts of the 1.462 on which the coat, slid the bar ot bi* watch chain wa* mis**»! and loet In the crowd. They
at Salt Lake.
sey. the great Standard trust, in fact, Standard Oil Company was con- through the buttonhole and transferred saw him take a cab. but In th* ronfueulo ent of men. according to Yachting 11»
watch and chain to bl* coat pocket. Then they followed tbe wrong vehicle."
and that the fine imposed upon the vlcted.
can push hla craft througli a at res in
Govern >r Hanley declares that Indi
Paris, Aug. 7.—A co-re-pordent of trust
This statute of limitations bnri be stripped bl* finger* of the ring* be
Frost, standing wltb bla hack to tbe three feet wide and five Inches deep
must be measured by the re
ana is solid for Fairbanks.
the Matin says the mi lit ry rommander sources of the trust, and not one of prosecution on offense* committed
_______ wore and put them In bl* puree, and a* light, dared to look Into llobroekl'a eyes,
more than three years before Indict be did ao he beard tbe jar with which which wars lllumlnaterd by tbe Ram« ef and ha can safely negotiate any bit of
France has invited Spain to join In at Ca a Blanca sent excuses to the the subsidiary, dummy branches.
Fr- nch consulate for the attack on the
By the Department of Justice at ment. Many of the shtpmenta on the front door opened. Ill* breath came the solitary candle. II* could read Ibero water that a catboat or moderate slaed
an expedition against More coo.
landing party from tbe Galilee, for tention is called to the common prac which the Standard Oil Company hard and fast, and bis fat cheek* were no sign of suspicion, but he asked him launch would care to attempt. Canoe
John Burns proposes a British pure which be blames tbe customs guards. tice in criminal courts of Imposing was convicted of accepting rebates blanched, but he seated himself In a self what would have hap;wned If Zeno ing la popular because It bring* Its
food law to fight American packers.
had been tracked to bl* realdence what devotees out Into the open freedom and
The consul theieupon demanded that fines upon vagrants, when the inabil occurred between September, 1903, battered armchair near the fire.
"Are you alooe, sir?" aaked Dobroski, would happen If be really bad bran track
of the culprit to pay the fine is and August, 1904. When the grand
kta them live their miiumer Ilf* ■■ they
A band cf Sew York Chinese made a the culprits be given to him. T e ity
ed there, end If Dobroakl were only play
will. The canoe doe* fur humanity
raid on Boston Chinese, killing three. commander complied and sent the sol- tences have never been construed as days will suffice to present the evi I apeak with you?"
die«r in chains to the consulate. The
wliat the bicycle failed to do. The bi
Union Pacific will encourage coal consul
intimated that they would be
cyclist was tied to roads, was depend
The jury will consider Infractions ■wemd Frost. I have a friend with me.
mining by independent companies now instantly shot at the first! sign of fresh
"You have been looking at thia por-
ent upon hotel* and reatnuranta for
of the Elkina I.aw occurring from Will you come In? He would like to traitT*
Mo*e land Frauda.
that it has lost much of its coal land. trouble.
Mid th* old man. striding peat
August, 1904, until March, 1905.
meet you, •Ir. He I* a countryman of
Froat. and taking up the photograph, food and lodging. When the hill waa
Los Angeles, Aug. 6.—The sudden
Inigation work in California, Ari
which still lay upon the table. “He will atcep lie muat alight and walk. When
departure of United States District
“I will come In for a moment," m I<I
Fines Coal Land Thieves.
Tramp-rt Break* Down.
sons and Nevada will be cut from *15,-
be troublesome to us, moat likely, but the road waa bad. or the foot of the
Cheyenne, Wyo., Aug. 7.—In the Attorney Oscar Lawlor for Portland
San Francisco, Aug. 8—The trans [ Job romk I. lb entered from tbe rain, we are forewarned against him, and fore hill dubloua. be muat do likewise.
000,000 last year to *800,000 this year.
Federal Court Judge J. A. Riner this and Seattle Is considered significant, port Warren, which left Saturday which wa* driving down rapidly, and a* warned Is forearmed In the proverb« of
The canoelat suffers nona of three re
The Alab'rna secretary of state has afternoon overruled the motion for a when taken in connection with the with a large contingent of troops and Frost closed the door be Mid.
■aid. In tran
many net Iona."
striction*. he carries with him Ills
quil and ordinary tones. ' "Mr. Zeno la
declared toe franchise of tbe Southern new trial in the cases of E. M. Hol recent disclosure of extensive
"My candle ha* gone out,“ Mid Mr.
land passengers, was compelled by a
milread forfeited for breaking state brook, E. E. Lonebaugh and Robert frauds In the Imperial Valley. When breakdown of machinery to put back here. He arrived In Ixindon thi* even Zeno, presenting himself at the bedroom place of abode, hla bed. bls food and
tbe means of preparing It. 11« Is not
McPhilamy, recently convicted here he left the city Mr. Lawlor said he She had hardly got outside the bay Ing."
door with the camllestlck In one hand
confined to well-worn highways, he Is
of conspiracy to defraud the govern was called by important business, when the officers In the engine-room
■ nd a towel In the other. Dobroakl throw
Four American school ttachers wbo ment In the acquisition of coal land. but would not give any information noticed that her machinery was not
a photograph on the table, and Zeno. ■■ able fo penetrate and explore out of
For a moment Frost felt hollow, and he relit hla candle at the other, glanced the way atreama and p.tch hla tent In
have just returned from the t'u. ippinee The Judge imposed a fine of *10,000 as to its nature. As the investigation working as It ouglft. Chief Engineer
via Asia and Europe say wherever they each on Holbrook and Lonebaugh is continued It Is believed the names Donnelly, of the Artny Transport De had some *<io to stand upright. lie
held at It. "Do you know thia man. frl*n<l spots Inacreeelble to the nverage wan
■topped, in India or other British pue- and a *20,000 fine on McPhilamy. of prominent capitalists will be partment, made an exhaustive ex the handle of tbs dour In on* hand, and Frost?" he demanded. laying a finger on derer. Tbe ability of canoes to carry
■eeeions, Japanese were busily engaged whom he designated as the tool of called with these desert land entries. amination of the Warren’s machin with tj>* other propped himself against hla own portrait, “He la not a friend of their owners Into places whore even a
ery and Is In hopes that new con tbe wall.
in making sketches of fortifications and the coal miners. Each must pay one
youre, I I hope?”
rowboat could not lie maneuvered gives
third of the costs and stand com
"Zeno?” be contrived to My, in a voice
denser tubes can be Installed by
"Why not?" **k*d friend Froat, husk
Brakeman's Strike Is On.
to the jiaddler a point of view not of
mitted to jail until paid.
Denver, Aug. 6.—Officials of the
ten obtainable by any one else. Even
own. “Ah. The spy.”
Corean soldiers revolted against
“He la a scoundrel," returned Zeno, In the vicinity of larg» cities he la
Colorado A Southern Railroad said
He expected some sort of Instant con
disbandment and fought Japanese in
Haywood Holds Reception.
National Irrigation Congress.
for to hl* itartled mind the placidly, looking as If be noticed nothing, able to discover numerous pleasant hut
Seoul, but were quelled.
Denver, Colo., Aug. 7.—William today that 75 strikebreakers were on
Sacramento, Aug. 6.—Plana for demnation.
the way to Denver from different
statement that Zeno waa there meant hut keeping the keenest lookout on Doh- unknown locations reached by water
Choate has made a powerful
parts of tbe country to take the what Is expe< ted to be the greatest that Zeno waa actually within the bouse, roekl through th* discolored mirror. "He that he haa practically to himself.
speech for a permanent arbitration the Western Federation of Miners, places of switchmen,
yardmen, Irrigation celebration in the history ■nd waa of Itaelf proclamation of the I* a Russian spy, that fellow.”
waa at hla desk in the headquarters brakemen and others of the Brother of this country were announced here discovery of treason. He had time enough
court at The Hague.
"How »to you know?" Froet demamled.
N*t What He AakeS.
of tbe federation this morning. A hood of Railway Trainmen who are today by the Board of Control of to be abut, stabbed, poisoned, abducted,
lie crouched over tbe fir* and rubbed hla
France, Spain and Italy are to constant stream of visitors poured
In these day* of Individualism In
the Fifteenth National Irrigation and tried for treason In his own swift- hernia above the blase to account for
•end an army to Morocco to put down through the room, offering greetings
thought and action the balance of ue-
switchmen and yardmen for an In Congress. There will be a two
frightened fancy before Dobroski the tremor In hie voice.
and congratulations on his acquittal crease In wages of 2 cents an hour. weeks’ session of festivals, celebra darting,
"How do I know?" repeated
Zeno. ctalon tips more and mor* toward the
the charge of complicity in the This is the principal development in tions and jubilees held in connection
Roosevelt will positively not allow of
“Yea," Mid Dobroski, “he la here. It "There waa In Milan a national commit peraonal. Even In the matter of spell.
murder of ex-Governor Steunenberg. the strike. One freight train was with the congress, which opens In
himself to be renominated for an of
la well that everybody should be warned tee, and I was a member. This fellow Ing. the ego aanerta Itself In the face
Idaho. Mr. Haywood expressed sent out of the yards today manned this city September 2. Heretofore of him."
tried to bribe me.
I know hla face.
I of tradition ami history. "Hobby,” In
other term but will support Taft.
his pleasure at his reception In this by non-union men.
the congress has been largely West
"Of course," returned Frost, trembling should know It In a million, hnt I have Tlt-BIta. la not the only person win
ern in Its composition, but this year In bi* limb*, and speaking with a shake forgotten wjiat nany> he went by. That I*
The Oklahoma Republican conven
a special effort has been made to In hla vole*. "He seem* to b* a danger- of no conaeqtienro. I know th* man. If constitutes himself tbe final court of
tion has nominated Frank Frantz for spoke enthusiastically of the demon
About to S'srt North.
stration at points along the road.
give to it a National character.
you doubt IL bring him face to face appeal In the realm of orthography.
oua sort of fellow."
Spitzbergen, July 25, via Trom-
“Ho you go to school, do you Bob
John Sharp Williams has defeated
soe, Aug. 6.—The Wellman-Chlcigo
Phone Girls Strike Again.
"What do yon know of him?" asked by?" asked tbe minister.
Erg’and Gobbles Island.
Governor Vardeman for the Demo
lene«, and entered Frost'* room In obedl
Record-Herald polar expedition has
Helena, Mont., Aug. 7.—Twenty been hampered greatly by a high
"Tee, air," answered Robby.
cratic nomination for senator from
Port Arthur, Ont., Aug 8.—Cap sue* to a wav* of the hand from tbe regu Dobroakl. “Is ba an able man?”
telephone operators went on strike wind, which at times became a vio tain S. C. Young returned from Isle lar occupant. Frost followed in time to
"A fool,” Mid Zeno. "He la a Greek
"Iwt me hear how you spell "bread.' '■
here today in compliance with tbe
■ nd he ram* to me at first pretending to
Royale In Lake Superior, where he
Congressman Jenkin* opposes the request of the Montana Federation of lent gale, threatening the balloon was succeaaful In planting the Brit a*e Zeno turn In bl* armchair and look be a Bole. I talked wltk him and he
at the newcomer with a casual air. This
dictionary ai>ella It with an 'a,'
•tate rights doctrine and predicts Labor. The strike was ordered as a house. The damage done has been ish
flag, meeting with no opposition. was succeeds»! by a start of aurpria*. and made fifty mletakm In a hundred words.”
repaired and as arrangements now
civil war if It is enforced.
sympathetic movement for the llne- have been perfected and the appara When asked why he had made hla Zeno arose slowly and aa If unconsciously * "How long ago waa thia?" Dobroakl Bobby.”
"Yea, air; but you didn't ask me bow
Haywood will tour the Wwt and men. Butte and several other cities tus has been found to work most expedition, he said It waa for the from hla seat.
address all unions of the miners' are without telephone service for a satisfactorily, it Is hoped, unless fur purpose of opening correspondence
“Thia," Mid Frost, who knew not
"Seven year* next Augnet,” responded tbe dictionary atiella It; you asked me
similar reason. The Telephone Com ther accidents occur, to start for the between Ottawa, and Washington, what to make of Zeno's airs, and
was Zeno, after an elaborate calculation upon how I spell IL"
pany has applied for a temporary in
which would show that great Injus newly frightened by them—“thia is___
Mr hie fingers and much knitting of bla sandy
Darrow and Richardson, attorneys junction restraining a boycott, and pole about the middle of August.
Wteere Fhlloseehr Falla.
tice had been done Canada by the Dobroakl." He was vainly casting about browk In thought
tn the defense of Haywood, cannot argument thereon will be had before
“ 'Wbo break«, paya.’ '
In bl* mind for Zeno's alia*, when Zeno
"You will tell anybody yon happen to
agree and one or the other will with United State* Judge Hunt tomorrow.
“l'd llke to ere you try that on our
Victoria, B. C., Aug. 6.— Advices the United States.
himself relieved him.
meet," Mid Dobroakl, taking up hla fait
draw before the Pettibone and Moyer
have been received here of an at
eases are called.
“I knew II" cried the spy. fa English, hat from tbe table and turning to Froet. ».rad girl.”—Baltimora American.
Lithographers Admit Defeat.
John D I* Not Worried.
tempted sealing raid by the Japanese
■nd then with a sudden forward ruah be "It la well that all should know It
A strike has bees averted In the
By pulling down th« stove In hla
New York, Aug. 7.—The struggle sealing schooners Kalke Maru and
Cleveland, O., Aug. 5.—John D. threw himself at Ikobroeki'a feet, and ■ball meet you again, Mr. Wroblewakoff."
Northern Pacific shops at St. Panl.
of the Lithographic Artists, Engrav- Midori Maru on the seal rookeries at Rockefeller gives no Indication In wising one of hla ankles In botk band*, he added, shaking baud* warmly with call, breaking through tbe wall and
A wreck on the Illinois Central ¡ers A Designers' League with the Na- Cooper Islands, guarded by Rus public at least, that the decision
of kissed hi* boot again and again, with Zeno, who took the extended hand In both climbing over several roofs, a convict
near Milan, Tenn., resulted in four itlonal Association of Employing slana. The schooner Kalke Maru Judge laindls, fining the Standard
wild, gurgling ejaculation* which meant hie and kissed It.
■•caped from tbe prison at Breslau, In
I Lithographers, which began tn Au has returned to MIyako, RIckuau Oil Company the limit, affected him nothing to Front's ears, but stood In
lighted hie guest downstairs and Praaela.
The Georgia legislature has passed gust, 1906, haa been ended as a re province, Japan, and reported three In the slightest. As far as appear Follah for “Angel I Preserver! Patriot! taw Frost
him Into tbe rainy street Than he
• nd the governor will sign a prohi sult of the abandonment of the fight of her sealing boats and 12 men cap ances go, the magnate has not given Father!” and a variety of exprmialon* of
to grow rice on
came blunderingly upstair* again.
J by the union.
tured by Russians.
the matter a thought.
worship and affection. Dobroakl triad to
"Well?” Mid Zeno, who waa tewellng a large acai*.
THE GIRL WITH