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after the visitor from the city had re
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Henry a power of good to get away from
the city and come out here where he can
breathe the fresh air. He says it’s all
right to talk about the comforts and con
veniences of city life, and all that, but
you can’t improve on nature.”
‘‘I ’m glad he thinks so,” said Mrs.
Heck, with a sniff. ‘‘He must have
changed his mind since this morning.
Johnny says he spent mighty near the
whole forenoon in front of the looking
jla s s up in his room, pulling the hairs out
of his ears.”
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tracts are luxuriant, and tbe natural
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S e e k in g ; S o m e t h i n g
hiile T eam
E u n ie r.
“ Why did that great financier want
to get into political life?” asked one
Wall street man.
“ Well,” answered the other, “ condi
tions are becoming peculiar. It's hard
er for a man to stay at the head of a
railway system than It Is to hold a big
government office.”— Washington Star.
C h i le
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The Chilean government has placed
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dent, to be expended in securing Immi
grants for that republic.
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Reports of Minister Takahashi
ACRI STAVED OFF HiS DEMANDS
Arousa tha Pubi c Against
Washington, June 11.— Thousands
o f dollars are being raised by the
Japanese o f the Pacific Coast to carry
out the compact they have entered
Into with the Progressive party of
Japan for the overthrow o f the Sal-
onjl ministry, the annulment o f the
exclusion clause In the Immigration
bill and the guarantee of the natural
ization rights of the Japanese resid
Ing In this country. These additional
factors In the international plot were
vouched for in semi-official circles
last ntght. ,T h e
which is being collected w ill be used
to arouse a feeling in the Japanese
empire antagonistic to the American
Notwithstanding the sweeping de
nial of the existence of the alliance
between the Japanese o f the Pacific
Coast and the Progressives, the anti-
administration party of Japan, given
out by Charles Takahashi, of Seattle,
the Associated Press secured the text
o f certain reports which he forw ard
ed to M. Yamaoka In Seattle and the
Japanese Society o f Seattle.
In one of the reports, which. It was
authoritatively stated, was afterward
read by M, Takahashi at a secret
mass meeting of Japanese in Seattle
on the evening o f May 26, he quoted
Ambassador A o k l’s statement In re
gard to the relations between the
United States and Japan growing out
of the recent disturbances in San
Francisco and the adoption by the
congress of the United States o f the
Immigration law excluding coolie
labor from Continental United States.
Takahashi’s report in part is as fo l
“ My object In discussing the Jap
anese Immigration limitation law
with Ambassador Aoki was:
“ First— The nullification of the
present Immigration limitation law.
“ Second— Opposing the would-be
treaty) said to be contemplated by
Japap and the United States.
“ Third— Acqulesence In the Jap
anese naturalization rights In the
To these discussions Ambassador
“ Japan has ample grounds to op
pose the Immigration lim itation law,
but, if we go to extremes, I fear war.
Regarding this Japanese lim itation
law. the Japanese government abso
lutely disagrees with the United
States and will ask the naturaliza
tion rights for the Japanese people,
which the United States government
w ill have eventually to grant.
present the re-election of a president
is nearing, America so far hesitating
at this time to bring up these ques
tions, which are unpopular in Am er
K U H O K t S A Y S N O W A R.
R ’dlculous to Think
T ro u b le O ver 8m all Matter.
Seattlp, Wash., June 11.— General
Baron Kuroki, who represented the
Japanese Emperor at the Jamestown
Exposition, declared here shortly be
fore sailing on the Kaka Marti for
home, that no danger of war exists
between America and Japan.
“ The friendship that has existed
for 20 years cannot be broken by
such an incident as that at San Fran
cisco,” he said “ There w ill be no war
between Japan and America in my
lifetim e or in your lifetim e. There
may be momentary flurries and some
excitement engendered, but nothing
serious w ill come o f It. The senti
ment o f friendship between the two
countries is too deeply seated among
the people to allow a small m atter to
provoke an open rupture.”
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“ Oh, marry the woman by all
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San Francisco, June 11.— Fire
which broke out shortly after 11
o’clock last night on Brvant street,
between Seventh and Eighth, did
damage estimated at $200.000. The
fire started In a stable, and although
fire alarms were turned In and a
large portion o f the fire department
was on hand In a few minutes, the
Franklin Grammar School, the Yose-
mlte Flour Mills, a lodging-house
and the wholesale houses of the Cus
toms Seed Company and the San
Francisco Paste Company plant were
Japan Would Taka Up Arms
Toklo, June 11.— Viscount Tanl,
leader of the opposition in the House
o f Peers, and hero o f the defense in
Kumamoto, in the Sutstika rebellion,
Is reported to have said anent the
American question: "T h e persecution
of the Japanese In San Francisco Is a
most wicked act. Should diplomacy
fall to bring about a satisfactory so
lution. the only way open to us is an
appeal to arms. “ Our mind Is firm ly
made on. ’ It is certain that America
w ill yield, for Its people are radical
ly commercial In their sentiment.”
Wants • Receiver.
Springfield, O., June 11.— Appli
cation was made In Common Pleas
Court here for a receiver for the
Machine Company. The company is
capitalized at $500,000 and was or
ganized three years ago by W illiam
N. W hltely, the well-known agricul
tural implement manufacturer. The
complainant Is a stockholder, who al
leges the financial condition o f the
company Is disturbed.
Soak to Over»hrow Cabinet
Victoria, B. C., June 11— News was
bronght from Japan by the steamer
Bellerophon that when Admiral Yo-
komoto. now traveling with Prtnce
Fiiahlmi. returns to Japan an effort
will be made to defeat Prem ier Sal-
onjis' cabinet and form a new min
istry headed by Adm iral Yokomoto,
former Minister o f the Navy.
J u d i c ia l
Thirty o r M oro Killad— Houses Total
ly Demolished by Tornado.
Mica Axle Grease
Chicago, June 10.— Twenty-nine
known dead and 40 perxoni Injured
constitute the list of carnalities re
sulting from storms o f tornado se
verity which ewept over Southern Il
linois and Indiana and Central K en
tucky last week. These storms came
In the shape o f cloudbursts, high
winds and electrical disturbances.
The property damage will reach many
thousands o f dollars. Houses were
swept away, bridges demolished and
thousands of acres of growing crops
Gradyvllle, Ky.. was the worst suf
A cloudburst deluged that
village o f 176 people shortly after
midnight and 21 persons
At New Minden, III., a tornado this
morning killed five persons and In
jured half a dozen others.
At Y ork, 111., on the Wabash river,
three persons were killed and 30 In
jured by a tornado which descended
upon the town last night.
A t Duquoin, 111., many houses
were blown down around the out
skirts o f the town and four persons
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Y ork, 111., June 10.— Three per
sons are dead and eight fatally In
jured as a result o f a tornado which
practically wiped out this town last
night. The loss to property Is esti
mated at $160,000.
The storm broke while most o f the
people were at supper. Entire fam
¡lies were burled in ruins o f houses.
The storm lasted legs than four min
The Methodist Episcopal church
was demolished and the proprietor of
a saloon across the street was hurled
through his door into a thick hedge
50 feet away.
Many horses and cattle were blown
awpy, and the carcasses apparently
fell into the Wabash river.
Louisville, Ky., June 10.— Twenty-
one persons were killed, the village
devastated and several thousand
acres of crops ruined by a cloudburst
that descended on Gradyville, Ky.,
and vicinity last night. A ll the dead
were residents o f Gradyville.
T i e disaster was due to Big Creek,
ordinarily a small stream, which
was swollen by recent rains. When
the cloudburst occurred the creek
took a new course with the Impetus
of a tidal wave.
The Inhabitants of Gradyville near
ly all were abed when the waters
struck the place, carrying away six
large residences, a mill and a num
ber of smaller houses. Nearly all the
victims were drowned, but four were
crushed by the collapse of dwellings.
Nashville, III., June 10.— A tor
nado swept over New Minden. seven
miles north o f this city, at 6 o’clock
this morning, k illing five persons and
A number of
houses were demolished.
The storm struck the northern
portion of the town and most of the
houses destroyed were cottages. In
the town the German Lutheran
church was badly damaged, the roof
being blown ofT.
The church bell
was hurled through the large pipe
organ below, badly damaging it. On
the north side of the church the par
ochial school was demolished. These
buildings were practically the only
ones in the village proper that were
H A RRIM AN
W IL L E S C A P E .
Wall Street Men Rely on
New York, June 10.— The decision
of the Federal authorities not to in
stitute criminal proceedings against
E. H. Harrlman In connection with
the railroad operations was the prin
cipal subject of discussion on W all
street. Mr. Harrlman spent the day
at his country home, and his asso
ciates would not discuss the matter
Interests friendly to Mr. Harrlman
assert a belief that the government
will abandon Its case against the so-
called Harrlman lines. The Idea that
Mr. Harrlman would be criminally
prosecuted was never very seriously
entertained In financial circles. Mr.
Harrim an’s friends say that there
has been no basis for such action
and that most of the alleged Illegal
acts imputed to him are barred by
the statute of limitations. The stock
market's response to the news was a
substantial rise In the Harrlman is
sues, with corresponding advanced
elsewhere in the list.
Freak of Lightning.
Denver, June 10.— George 9. Speer
and M. C. Welmer, both o f Chicago,
were struck by a bolt of lightning
north o f this city Saturday afternoon
and badly shocked. Both men were
stunned but will recover. Speer and
Welm er were conducting an experi
ment in photographing a large area
of country by sending up a camera
attached to a kite, when a sudden
storm came up and before the kite
could be hauled down a bolt struck
It and prostrated both men.
Mokes s heavy load draw lika t
light one. Savea half the weir on
wagon tod team, and iucreosea too
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F la t te r y .
“ On what ground, sir,” sternly asked
the judge, ‘‘do you seek to evade your
duty as a citizen?”
‘‘On the ground, your honor,” respond
ed the man who had been summoned as a
juror, ‘‘that 1 am 03 years old and no
longer legally liable to jury service.”
‘‘You dou’t look It by twenty years,
sir,” said the judge, ‘‘but your excuse is
sufficient, and, of course, I shall not----- ”
‘'Still, ycur honor,” interrupted the
other, “ inasmuch as your honor puts It
before me in the light of my duty as a
citizen, I am willing to waive my claim
to exemption and will serve with pleas
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A teacher in a mission school in Bos
ton had among her pupils a colored
boy named Ralph Waldo Emerson
Sixth and W ashington Sts.
Longfellow. As he was absent one
F O R P R IN T IN G
H IC K S -C H A T T E N
knew the reason for his absence.
T o t a l l y D if f e r e n t C h a r a c t e r s .
“ I reckon I do,” said* one small,
“ He must be a good fellow.”
“ Nonsense! Where did you get that
“ What is the reason, Johnnie?”
H a C o u ld P i l l th e B ill.
“ I guess he’s home writing poetry,” Idea? He never goes to a club
A day or two after George B. Cor-
responded the boy, with a delighted and----- ”
telyou assumed the duties of Secretary
“ But his wife says he’s a very good
of the Treasury, he was visited by an
fellow and when a man’s wife----- ”
elderly man who wanted an appoint
C h a r i t y t h a t 1 « R e a l.
“Oh! That’s another thing. There's
ment as confidential clerk to one of the
The Ideal method of distributing a big difference between a ‘very good
charities Is for the giver to grant the fellow’ and a ‘good fellow.’ ”— Phila
Notwithstanding the fact that he was money during his llfetnne. That Is the delphia Press.
very busy at the time, Mr. Cortelyou truest and best charity.— Philadelphia
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gave the elderly person a hearing. On Ledger.
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n g r a v in g
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ever, did not dampen the latter's spirit
in the least
“ Now, sir,” said he, “ as I feel myself
peculiarly competent to fill one of
these confidential clerkships, I hope
that you will further consider my ap
Then, wagging his head
most Impressively, he added :
“Oh, Mr. Cortelyou, I could be so
confidential 1”— “ Success Magazine.”
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D is t i n c t i o n .
The custom of burying without coffins
Mistress— Have you had any experi
was formerly very prevalent on the con
ence with children? Bridget—Nope, tinent. A sheet was the only covering
but they have had some wld me.
A copy of Correggio’s celebrated paint
A French torpedo-boat has been sent
out to engage in battle with the porpoise ing, “The Repentant Magdalen,” has been
along the coast of Brittany. It is said seized by the police of Cassel, Germany,
they arc spoiling the sardine fishing.
By a judgment of the Supreme Court
of Pretoria, the old Boer law forbidding
natives in the Transvaul to acquire land
has been annulled.
P. N. U.
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H E N w r itin g ; t o a d v e r t is e r s p le a s e
m e n t io n t h is p a p e r .
G ro w th .
Apropos of the mushroom growth of
new towns on the Western frontier a
locomotive engineer relates the follow
“One day I was driving my engine
across the prairie when suddenly a con
siderable town loomed up ahead where
nothing had showed up the day before.
“ ‘Wbat town’s this?’ says I to my
“ ‘Blamed If I know,’ says Bill. ‘It
waan't here when we went over the
“ Well, I slowed down, and directly
we pulled Into the station, where over
five hundred people were waiting on
tbe platform to see tbe first train come
“ The conductor came along up front
and says to me:
“ 'Jim, first we know we’ll be run
nlng by some Important place. Get this
town down on your list and I'll put a
brakeman out on the rear platform to
watch out for towns that spring up
after the train gets by.’ ” — Miuueupolli
T il»! K i n d Y o u H a v e A lw a y s B o u g h t h a s b o r n e t h e Rigna-
t u r e ot Chus. I I . F le t c h e r , a n d lm s b e e n m a d e u n d e r h is
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“ .Tust-as-gno.l” are but Kxperlments, and endanger the
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What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
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Bold by a li Druggists. I’ riee 2-Se. T ria lp a e k
age m ailed KIt EE. Addresa A lle n 8. Olmsted,
Le Hoy, N ew York.
K e e p i n g I 'p A p p e a r a n c e ! .
The tall man In the suit of faded
black wont into the first class restaurant
and seated himself at a table in a far
Lingering there a minute or two he
rose si idly and went to the enabler's desk.
“ I f a gentleman can’t be waited on
promptly in this place,” he said, with
frown, “ there are plenty of other places.”
Then he strolled leisurely out, pick
ing bia teeth, and presently wended his
way unobtrusively to the 5-cent lunch
counter around the corner.
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S u spen se.
"Your college produces some fine £|ao aqi bual jo js y qooof aq o f 0681 a I
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A Dublin porter picked up a purse
"Yes, and we’re turning out good containing £200 at a street corner a day
or two ago, and on finding the owner was
men every day.”— Pelican.
presented with a shilling.__
Id e a .
Mrs. Joe Kerr— I see the London
Ladles' World has discovered that suc
cessful people are usually quite devoid
o f humor.
Mr. Joe Kerr— How Idiotic! Why, a
person who Is devoid of humor can't
possibly be a success!— Yonkers States
Down to W ork.
A p p r e c ia tio n .
Norfolk, Va., June 10.— Several
“ What did you think of the speaker
hundred prominent business men of
Norfolk, Including physicians, law
“Ob, his speech was simply magnifi
yers, architects, engineers, newspap cent! It was so exhaustive!”
ermen, printers and patriotic citizens
“ T w a i, eh?”
In general, went to the Jamestown
“ Yes, be exhausted everybody In his
Exposition and engaged In hard man audience."
ual labor, assisting In the general
cleaning up of the grounds prior to
the arrival of President Roosevelt
and the Georgia day celebration Mon
day. It was found impossible to se
cure sufficient laborers, and the bus
T h « W«ll-Known
iness men volunteered.
In Use For Over 30 Y ears.
TH C C E N T A U R C O M PA N Y, TT M U R R A Y « T R E ET, NE W VORM CIT Y.
K e p t -T a lly .
The Squire— I »uw you In church on
“ There Is but one good wife In this
Do you remember town,” said a clergyman In the course
what the sermon was about?
The of his sermon— the congregation looked
Keeper— Yes, sir; about an hour an’ a expectant— “ and every married man
quarter long.—Ally Sloper's H alf Uoll- thinks he’a got her,” added tbe minis-
C . Gee Wo
O ut's the Breweries
Topeka Kan., June 10.— The state
supreme court granted a judgment o f
ouster against the Anheuser-Busch
Brewing Company and held that the
recent appointment of receivers for
the property in this state o f foreign
brewing companies was legal and
proper In order to protect, preserve
and render effectual the court’s Juris
A dozen foreign brewing
companies are affected. The opinion
was written by Justice R. A. Burch,
the other Judges concurring.
Rock Springs Strike Ends.
Root and H«rb
Ha* mad« a Ilf« study of root* and herb«, and In that
study discovered and la giving to the world nla won
No Mercury, Poisons or D ru g« Used—Me Curca
W ithout Operation, or Without t h « Aid
•1 a knife.
H « guárante«« to Cur« Catarrh. Aathm*. Lung,
Throat, Rheumatism, Nervouanesa. Nervoua Debil
ity. Stomach, Liver. Kidney Trouble«: also Lost
Manhood. Female Weakneaa and All Private Dir
A SURE CANCER CURE
Omaha. June 10.— A t a meeting In
Omaha Saturday between D. O. Clark Jsst K.cslved from Peking, china -Safa. S ur.
general manager o f the Southern P a
IF YOU A R E A FLIC TED . DON’T D E LA Y.
cific Coal Company and Thomas Gib
D E LA YS A R E DANGEROUS.
son, president o f District No. 22, o f U you cannof coll. w rit, (or sympron blank and drew-
lor. Inclose 4 cents In «tamp«.
the United Mlneworkers of America,
FR E E .
the atrlke in the coal mines of Rock C O N S U L T A T IO N
T H E C. CEE W O CH INESE MEDICINE CO.
Springs. Wyo.. was brought to a tem
porary settlement and work will be
Pleas« Mention This Paper.
For cool cooking, less work and least fuel-expense use a
Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
— the idea) stove for summer.
kind of stove w ill do.
Does everything that any other
Any degree of heat instantly.
three sizes and fully warranted.
M ade in
A t your dealer's, or write our
nearest agency for descriptive circular.
/ S r* . T r « « « « « «
R t^ ^ a rw y
U the beet lamp for
use Made of braae
throughout and beautifully nickeled.
structed; absolutely safe; unexcelled in light-giving
power; an ornament to any room. Every lamp warranted.
If not at youi dealer'», write to our nearest agency.
S T A N D A R D O IL C O M P A N Y
(In o o rp o ra ta d )