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Fifty men were rescued from a burn
ing mine at Florence, Colo., after hope
had almost been abandoned for their
FIGHT IN SENATE
FLAMES EAT FOREST.
Ranches and Houses Ruined
Near Santa Barbara.
Santa Barbara, Cal., Oct. 10. — Dis
Gomez has appealed for American
astrous forest fires which started abot e
intervention in Cuba, saying Palma
Santa Barbara last night are still rag
rules by terror and that the recent
ing with undiminished force. Driven
elections were a farce.
by a terrific wind until early this morn
Russia has decided to send her pris
ing, the flames swept over a space five
oners of war now in Japan to Vladivo
miles long and three miles wide, ex
stok by transport and thence by the Si
tending along the foothills above Mon-
berian railroad to Russia.
tecito, Summerland and Carpenteria.
Fires are now burning densely covered
The cabinet has decided not to trans
valleys, and the mountain sides of
fer the control of the canal work from
the War department to the State de View of Representative Hull, of Iowa, Toro, Romero, W’ard and Fithian can
yons are veritable furnaces, from which
A Resume of the Less Important but partment for the present, at least.
One of President’s Friends,
flames are shooting high into the air
Not Less Interesting Events
New York Republicans have nomi
with a roar that can be heard for miles.
in the Matter.
of the Past Week.
nated Hughes, insurance investigator,
Smoke in dense clouds floats over
the coast, and from Ventura to Point
Conception, within a radius of three
H ill is said to have stolen a march in
Washington, Oct. 10.— “ There is go
Rioting bee resulted in many deaths
miles from the center of the fire, ashes
the fight for right of way along the
n Moscow, Russia.
north bank of the Columbia, and any ing to be a lively fight at the coming and cinders are falling like snow.
The flames have burned over 30
It is now settled that Taft will go to road wanting to come down the river session of congress over the railroad
Panama about November 1.
must buy right of way from the North rate problem, and the house will go ranches and destroyed houses, barns
with the president.’ ’ That is the view and other buildings on 12 farms. Hay,
The Norwegian storthing has ap ern Pacific.
grain, beans and other crops and live
proved the Karlstad treat».
Representative Hull, of Iowa, chair stock also are destroyed. The loss to
Newton C. Dougherty, superintend
Hughes has declined the Republican ent of the Peoria, 111., schools has been man of the committee on military af the ranchers in buildings alone is esti
indicted for forgery.
He has raised fairs, and a man well posted on legis mated at $50,000.
nomination for mayor of New York.
the face of hundreds of checks and lative matters.
A vast amount of timber is destroyed
Pat Crowe has arrived in Omaha to issued false papers.
Mr. Hull, being an experienced law and more is burning. Wires are down
c e charges for kidnaping Cudahy’s cover a period of 20 years.
maker, and a careful man, will not and roads blockaded by fallen trees, so
Yellow fever is on the wane in the venture a prediction as to what the tha* full details of the losses are im
Registration for the coming election South,
senate will do with the rate question, possible. Supervisor Slosser and his
but after a conference with the presi assistants, with 100 volunteers, are
in New York is much greater than in
Russian universities may close to dent, he declares that Mr. Roosevelt is fighting the flames, with little hope of
stop political agitation.
as determined as ever that congress | restraining the fire in many hours. If
Taft says that our coast defenses
shall act in a manner to cure the “ rail winds spring up tonight the many
could wipe out the combined fleets of
Missouri will shut out the New York
road evil,” and he is satisfied that the magnificent homes in the Upper Mon-
any two foreign powers.
Life Insurance company.
administration will leave no stone un | tecito valley will be threatened, to
Turkey has ordered a torpedo boat,
Beef packers will plead not guilty turned to accomplish this result.
gether with the towns of Summerland,
to be b silt in France. This will be and enter another demurrer.
Mr. Hull is one of those men who Sereno and Carpenteria.
her first of this class of war craft.
take little stock in the declarations of
Tammany has renominated McClel Buch men as Senator Elkins, when they
President Roosevelt has conferred
PROBLEM CAN BE SOLVED.
lan for mayor and adopted a municipal come out and announce that the senate
with well known athletes on football.
He wants the brutality cut out of the
Foreign Engineers Predict Success of
The municipal ownership party in rate bill. He knows, as other practical
Panama Canal Scheme.
men know, that the senate is not apt
Dr. C. M. Shanley, one of the hard
to do any such thing; he knows Mr.
Panama, Oct. 10. — After break
Cuba has made a commercial treaty Elkins well enough to be aware that
est workers against yellow fever in New
fast with Governor Magoon and Chief
Orleans, has died from an attack of the with Great Britain against America’ s this is his method of campaign.
In Engineer Stevens, the members of the
his own state, where other Republicans advisory board of consulting engineers
Mayor Dunne’ s plan for Chicago to
The government will purchase instru are seeking to wrest the senatorship of the Panama canal this morning in
own the street car system has been ments for the equipment of a brass from Mr. Elkins, the senior West Vir spected Ancon and La Boca and the
ginia senator has cleverly thrown out a canal up to Corozal, getting an idea of
turned down by the council. He will band on the isthmus.
sop to every faction in his party; he
Jerome announces that a special has endeavored to make it appear that the swampy surroundings.
General Williams, commanding the grand jury will be called in New York he is in sympathy with every party o’clock this afternoon, during a terrific-
rain storm, they visited President
department of the Columbia, advocates to investigate high grafters.
leader, and is working for his interests. Amador and members of the cabinet,
retiring officers at the age of 40. He
Pat Crowe says he had planned to At the same time, Mr. Elkins is man meeting with a very pleasant reception.
also favors restoring the canteen.
kidnap John D. Rockefeller and hold ipulating affairs in West Virginia in a
Major General George W . Davis,
manner that will undoubtedly result chairman of the board of consulting en
A new cure for consumption has been him for a ransom of $2,000,000.
in his own re-election, and the over gineers, informed the Associated Press
throw of every insurgent who takes that it would be at least a month be
Gold in the Tanana.
The condition of ex-Senator Jerry
sides against him.
fore a report could be presented.
Simpson remains unchanged.
5 Vancouver, B. C., Oct. 10.— Arrivals
So it is with the rate bill.
Mr. El ouard M. Quellenac, of the Suez canal
Every building in the town of Purdy,
comes from Tanana, Alaska, that 200 kins professes to favor rate legislation staff, Adolph Guerrard, the French
Nevada, has been destroyed by fire.
miles from Tanana the richest gold and gives assurances that a satisfactory delegate, and J. W. Welcker, the Dutch
Several new cases of yellow fever strike ever made in the north had been bill will soon pass the senate. That is delegate, informed the Associated Press
have appeared at Pensacola, Florida.
made on a creek 20 miles long. Three to allay the prevailing fear; it is a that they could see no problem which
clever move on the part of Mr. Elkins, the engineering energy and the tress
Taft is taking precautions to Btop men made the discovery, and, return who at heart is as anxious as any man
ury of the United States could not
frauds in future purchases of supplies
friends to the creek, but first obliged in congress to prevent the passage of solve. M. Guerrard said he thought
for the army.
the most difficult problem would be the
them to legally bind themselves to give
The president has established a new half their profits to the discoverers. favors.
control of the Chagres river and in
forest reserve in Arizona. It will con The dirt is said to run $10 to $12 to
connection with the Culebra cut, but
tain 1,120,000 acres.
they admitted that very good work was
the pan, and the news has caused
Executed by Rurales.
now in progress.
A Chicago judge says there is no such much excitement at Tanana.
Guadalajara, Mex., Oct. 10.— Eleven
Herr Welcker was very optimistic as
thing as peaceful picketing by labor
of the bandits engaged in the hold-up ! to the future of Panama, and said that
Effective When Signed.
unions during strikes.
Washington, Oct. 10.— The treaty of of Manuel Parades, foreman of the Bu-1 he thought that a city bigger than
Admiral Togo will visit all the prin
peace between Russia and Japan will ena Vista mines, and his two assistants, j Buenos Ayres would spring up here,
cipal countries of the world with his
six miles west ot Hostotipaquillo, | which would be the metropolis of Cen
famous fighting squadron of warships. become effective upon its approval Jalisco, have been captured and shot by | tral and South America.
without awaiting the formal exchange
the rurales. It was learned that 15
General Charles W. Bartlett, of Bos of ratifications at Washington.
On the Way to Savannah.
ton, has been nominated as the Demo
This ini irmation was imparted at the men participated in the hold-up. The
cratic candidate for governor of Massa Japanese legation today. This course search for the other four bandits is still i Washington, Oct 10.—John F. Gay-
nor and Benjamin D. Greene, who are
has been decided upon in order that the
des and one assistant, wounded the oth
Russia has adopted a homestead law speediest possible termination of the er assistant and secured $5,000, which ; being taken to Savannah, Ga., to stand
which enables officers and soldiers to war may be had. As s-on as it has was being taken out to the Buena Vista j trial ou a charge of conspiracy to de
fraud the government out of a large
get free land in Siberia and gives them been signed, this fact will be communi mines to pay the miners.
amount of money in connection with
cated to the State department, and this
exemption from taxes for five years.
the river and harbor improvements
government will apprise each emperor
Four bandits who looted the post- of the act ot the other.
there, passed through Washington to-
Cane Syrup Product Improved.
office at Wild Rose, Wisconsin, and at
Washington, Oct. 9.—Government ■ day. They reached the city early in
tempted to break into the State bank,
Loss at Least $20J )00.
experiments into the process of cane the morning in charge of secret service
have fieen run down. One was killed,
Santa Barbara, Cal., Oct. 10.— At 8 syrup making have been brought to a agents, who turned the two men over
one fatally wounded and one seriously o’clock tonight Forest Supervisor Sloe- successful conclusion and Secretary to L nited States Deputy Marshal George
son gave out the statement that the fire Wilson, of the department of Agricul-1 E. White, of 8avanah, who left with
which has been raging in the moun ture, today ordered the sale of the gov them for Savanah.
Massachusetts Republicans have de tains since last Saturday night is now ernment factory, which was built at
clared for tariff revision.
under control, although a strong wind Waycross, Ua., three years ago for the
Census Report on Cotton.
might again spread the flames to new purpose of giving a course of study to
Washington, Oct. 10. — The Census
Opposition to the peace treaty is localities.
The property loss as a re cane syrup manufacturers of Gulf bureau today issued a bulletin showing
again springing up in Japan.
sult of the fire is variously estimated states. The plant cost less than $15,-1
the production and distribution of tl.e
from $20,000 to $100,000, hut the 000 and resulted in the improvement of
cotton of the United States available
Great Britain and Russia have nego former figure is believed to be nearest an annual production of nearly 200,- between September 1, 1904, and Sep
000,000 gallons of syrup.
tiated a treaty about Central Asia.
tember 1, 1906, to be 14,465,994 bales.
Issued Each Thursday
NEWS OF THE WEEK
I r a Condensed Form for Oar
Rate Bill Will Not Easily Pass In
LOWER HOUSE WITH PRESIDENT