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NEWS i BFJfBE WEEK
in a Condensed Form for Our
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
A Roiumo of tho Lets Important but
Not Lots Interesting Event
of llm Past Wo ok.
France mill Japan will likely agree
on nn Aelatln policy.
Colorado Republicans havo nominal
?d Philip II. Stewart foi governor.
The Ciibnn congresi In special session
has voted iitoii mill money to light thi.
General Oorliln has rot I red a head ol
the American army on account of the
Ambassador Ililimn In Iwen noti
fied that the sultan will receive lilm
Wyoming Democrats have nominated
H. A. I) KeUur lor govcrnur and ln
Turkey lint rallrd the nttrntlon of
Kuropn to tho evident preparation ol
lloljtarla fur war.
A hamlrnr with 12 men planned
through an open ilraw of the Maumee
bridge at Toledo, Ohio. All were
The etotmrr Oreirnn, from Brattle
tor Valdrt, Alaska, was wrecked at the
entrance to I'llme William otmd. No
lives were lost. The vcnel may he a
The president ha tent Kecreti r (f
WarTtltand Assistant Hecielary of
State lUcnn to Cnha In an endeavor to
straighten out affairs without Inter
vention with troopi.
Rmslan Democrat! will hold a con
vrnllon In Sweden.
Secretary Hoot wai showered with
Iioiioii at Lima, I'eru.
Colorado Democrat have nomrinated
Alva Adam foi governor.
The freight ear blockade In Han Fran
clico hai been almost dented away.
K. II. 1'lumacher, American eontul
at Maracalho, Vunetucla, hai discov
ered a cure (or leproey.
Charles Francis, American ambasra
dor to IluiiKary, hai bernt slighted by
not being Invited to the unveiling of a
tattle of Wathluglon.
Admiral Kvans says men of hi ships
were badly tr rated while at Portland,
Milno. Secretary Honnparta will en
diavor to have congreit cortcct the
Itahbl Illrsoh, of Chicago, who hai
Just returned from the border between
Germany and Russia, taya the Itumlan
Jew li bound to get tho wont of It
whichever way Russia goes.
Cuban rolwls are constantly gaining
atrength and bavo taken possession of
Hsntlsgo du Las Vegai, 1!J miles from
Havana. They are believed to bo con
centrating far an attack on Havana.
The Chlusgn Civil .Service commit'
id on clalmt to havo evldenco that police
captains have hren Inducing burglar to
make robborlea that they might recov
or the booty and received honor and re
wiird. The kalter hat just witnessed a tham
battle In which 30,000 Gorman troop
The Canadian Pacific hat artangod to
iput on a now fabt train between Mont
real and Vancouver.
There It great excitement over a re
cently discovered copper deposit south
of lliillfrog, Inyo couunty, California.
Three earthquake rhockt In Kcnador
have greatly exulted tho people. The
volcano of Tunguragua Is In an nctlvo
Hocretary Hoot has declined to accept
any social entertainments In l'annma
nud the young republic feels greatly
Ifairlman has set aside an additional
H, 000, 000 for railroad extension in
Oregon. All work it bolng luurlod as
nut at possible.
Tho Dolaware, Lackawanna & West
ern Hallroad rompnny has announced a
passenger ralo ol 51 )& cento a utile, of
Itctlvu Novembor 1.
Unfounded minora atartod a run on
tho Illbornia Havings bank, of Ban
1'ranclsco. Dopoaltora were paid in
full rind quiet eoonjrcatorod. A welch
ing iusurnnco company la accused of
etnitlug tho inovemout.
A rovolutlon Is threntenod In Vene
zuela. An attack on Havana by rebels Is
Many "Cuban votorans, angry with
Palma, will Join tho rebels.
Tho ravages of peasants In Voronezh,
Russia, are bolng drowned by brutality
TOPEKA ON ROOKS.
Two Great Holot Torn In Vettol at
Han Francisco, Hrpt. II. Tim J'.iclflo
Coast Steamship compnriy'n steamer
City of Topekn drsggtd her way Into
port at noon today, two great hole In
her ildo and tho men at tho pumps.
Trie steamship had run on tho rocki a.
Point Arena In tho early morning and
had coini) within an ace of going to the
It was 'I o'clock this morning when
the vessel, bound to Han Francisco
from Kureka crowded with passengers,
wat cautiously feeling her way through
a thick fog near 1'olni Arena. For soma
reason yet unexplained, the llghthousa
whistle was as silent a the grave, A
strong current was running and the
greatest caution was being taken aboard
Huddenly with a crash tho steamer
Impaled herself on the rocky reef
which Jut out from the land at tills
point, tho rock which havo tent a
many good vttael to the depth. In an
Instant the pasrengera hurried In their
night altln to the deck, but Captain
Hwansou with quick orders prevnoted n
The vesiel paused a moment In the
rocks, and then, raught by agreat wavo,
rote higher In the air and settled high
er up on the rxk. The situation
looked desperate, and life preservers
were seised and tho lifeboat swung
Another great wave caught tho ship
and throw her clear of tho reel. The
captain manned tho pumps, reassured
the passenger and brought tho vesiel
safely into tho harbor. Hlie show two
gaping wound and will be out of com
mission for a considerable period.
ANFLO08 KNOWS NO SULTAN.
Berber Chief Qlves Short Reply to
British Consul's Protest.
London," Kept. 11. The Timet' Tan
gier correspondent tayi thero It consid
erable anxiety at the foreign legations
and in olllclal circle regarding the
events at Mogador, from which there
ha been no new since tho dispatch ol
Hsptomber 4, atklng for assistance,
"The troops wero only persuaded to
embark from hero," the correspondent
declares, "by promises of an opportun
ity for deserting on their arrival at Mo
gadot. "A resident of Mogador, who arrived
here by steamer, say that the Merber
Chief Aulloo lis raptured the town,
has forced all the Jewe Into tho Jowlsh
quarter and Is putting his awn people
Into tho vacant houses. One Ilritlsh
subject protected a Jewish merchant,
who bad relused to abandon his house
and had been forcibly evicted. When
the consul protested and asked Anllooj
If ho had tho sultan's authority, An
flooe replied that he acknowledged no
sultan. This passenger report that
tho entire garrison of Mogador went to
Anfloos, but that apparently no lives
bad been lost."
BOARDED BY MEXICANS.
Matter of American Flthlns; Smack
Compelled to Show Cargo,
Wvshlngton, Hept. 11. The Etate
department hat received n dispatch
from tho manager of the Gulf Flshorle
company requesting that action be tak
en for tho protection of tho American
vessels fishing In the Gulf of Mexico.
Upon the arrival yesterday at Galves
ton of the Hatteras, a fishing smack le
longing to tho Gulf Fisheries company,
from American waters, her commandor
stated that ho was held up by n Moxl
can gunboat August 26, while several
miles oft tho triangular reef in tho
middle of tho Gulf ol Campeche, tint
armed Mexican marines boarded hit
vessel and required him to show his
papers, and to display n part of his
cargo of fish, which ho said ho had
caught In tho open sea.
It was said at the Htate department
tonight that tho case would bo referred
to tho solicitor for an Investigation and
Gomex It for Republic.
Manila, Rept. 11. Domlnador Go
nna, nt a political rally yoiterday, de
clared that England, Franco and Ger
many would recognize n Filipino re
public. Gomez made tho above declar
ation In response to n request for an ac
counting of nionoy collected. It la
further, said that tho money hat been
used In sending cablegrams to Europe,
to create a sentiment In favor of a Fill
pluo topubllc and that favurablo replies
had been received. Gomez, latu Thurs
day, was released from Jail on ball,
Ho waa arrested for Blunder.
Jewish Rofugees Coming,
London, Hept. 11 Two thousand
Jewish women nnd dill Iron, Itusslan
refugees, paesod through Ixindon Sun
day. They are on tho wav to Mow
York, their oxnensot bolng paid by
tho Russian itollef association, as near
ly all are pennllets. Their grown malo
relatives wcro nearly all murdered In
tho receut Jewish massacre In Russia,
MARTIAL LAW NOW
Palma is Determined to Crush
LIBERAL LEADERS ARE ARRESTED
Provinces of Plnar del Rio, Havana
and Santa Clara are Scene of
Havana, Hept. 11. President Palma
tonight Isrued a decree impending all
comtltutloirhl guarantees, with special
reference to article 16, 17, 10, VI, 23,
24 and 27 la the province of Plnar do)
Ulo, Havana and Hanta Clara. Tho
law enforcing public order, which is
equivalent to martial law, also Is put
In Immediate effect In the three prov
A supplemental decree ha been issu
ed suspending the decree of August 2tt
pardoning repentant rebels and order
ing that all rebels be arretted and
Iloth decree have been communicat
ed to all ofllcers in tho field.
Coincident with the Issuance of the
decrees, which followed tonight's de
cision not to yield to tho peace de
mands, tho government ordered the ar
rest of practically every prominent Lib
eral. Alfredo Ziyas, president of the
Liberal party, and several other Liber
al leaden Sirfve disappeared,
Havana and Hanta Clara province
are quiet, but Santiago Is reported un
easy. Americans at Hantlago state that
the report- that an army could bo raised
In Hastem Cuba to squelch Gnorrera Is
groundlese, as the sentiment of the peo
ple there It vory largely anti-government,
although as yet not belligerent.
A dispatch from Manzsnllta state
that two editors, four city ofllclalt and
several other Liberals havo left that
town to organize a rebel band.
KILL OFF REDS.
Governor of Seldllce. Russia, Turns
Cannon on Terrorlttt.
St. Petersburg, Hept. 11. Advices
frntn Seldl -e received during the night
are to the effect that fighting and bom
barding of houses, which ceased about
midday on Monday, was resumed lata
In tho afternoon, apparently in conse
quence of Governor Kngelko'a demand
that the Jewish and Polish popalace
deliver up to him the members of the
Jewish Self Defense association. The
bund refused this, preferring death In
the open to a tame surrender, and re
sumed tho battle. Artillery was again
brought Into action, but It is not known
if the fighting still continues.
It is impossible to obtain full details
of tho events at Heldlce, as the authori
ties absolutely forbid communication
and turn back all correspondent. The
Associated Press correspondent at War
saw, after several times vainly endeav
oring to enter tho stricken town of
Peldlce, was obllgoJ to give up the
effort at midnight.
At Rudgusowska, 40 miles east of
Warsaw, which is tho site of the great
Syziadow mills, conditions similar to
those at Heldlce were witnessed. The
soldiers aro said to have killed 40 per
sons. Fugetives from fieidlco report that
Governor Kngolke Issued an ultimatum
declaring that ho would bombard tho
whole town unless the terrorists sur
rendered. In consequence of the pillage
and destruction, the peasants are suf
fering for food and water.
A telegram received hero late last
night from Soldlce, from a resident who
succeeded In smuggling It through the
censorship, says that pillaging com
menced Saturday night Instead of Sun
day, and alter a few minutes filing la
Warsaw street the soldiers broke Into
gin shops, became drunk and thon en
tered indiscriminately the apartments
of houses of all classes, killing, pillag
ing and committing under cover of the
walls tho most heinous crimes, Tho
number of victims It unknown, but It
It placed at 100. Mott of the corpses
are hidden In the ruins of houses.
Killed by Pulajanot.
Manila, Bopt. 11, Lloutenant 11. K.
Treadwull, of tho Philippine scouts,
was killed last night by Pulajanes six
miles, south of llarauen. Ho wai in
command of a small detachment of
scouts whoso blvouao was attacked dur
ing tho night by n band of about 100
Pulajanes. Lieutenant Treadwell was
the only man lilt. Troops aro In pur
suit of tho band. Sixty troops and 40
constabulary struck a band of Pulajanes
near Sitlo nrabou, killed one and
wounded several of thorn, Tho rest of
tho band escaped,
Open Oklahoma Patturo,
Washington, Sept. 11. Tho commis
sioner of tho general land olllco has de
clined to Invito sealed bids for the land
comprlsod In tho famous lllg Pasture In
Oklahoma, of which there ared about
600,000 acres, Much Interest Las been
manifested In this tract of land and
spirited bidding la anticipated,
MAY NOT SECURE CHINE8E.
Orientals Not Anxlout to Help Dig
Now York, Hept. 10. Charles Yip
Tin, tho Pierpont Morgan of China, Is
In this country Investigating the opera
tion ol the Amorlcsn railroad systems.
He Is an Americanized Chinaman, who
I a financial and political power In
China, having recently been created a
taotal by the emperor, Hptaklng of
the plan to build the Panama canal
with coolie laboi, ho said today:
"It ii easy for your president to say
the solution of the labor problem on
the Panama canal may be met by the
Importation of Chinese coolies. It Is
quite another matter to get coolies In
any great number to woik on your
great enterprise under the conditions
named, Neither my government nor
my people are anxious to further this
work, Tho government realizes that
the coolies wou'd not receive the same
consideration shown tho laborers of
other nationalities and the common
people themselves havo become thor
oughly conversant with all the details
of your exclusion laws, of the climatic
perils of Panama and of the bonding
scheme affecting coolie laborers on the
canal. I think I can sum up their feel
ings best by saving that they will not
help buy $10,000 worth of American
prosperity at the expense of $1 worth
of Chinese labor and suffering.
"If the United States must have la
borers' lives to sacrifice why not em
ploy a few of the thousands of other
foreigners who are admitted to your
country at this port every year? We
know the value of our labor and intend
to keep it at home as much as possible.-'
UNCLE SAM KEEPING WATCH.
Fear Grows That Intervention Alone
Can Rettoro Peace.
Washington, Bept. 10. The BUte
department Is keeping in close touch
with conditions In Cuba. The feeling
glows that the time when there must
bo Intervention Is not far distant. If
the insurgents make any headway in
their movement upon Havana or mani
fest any disposition to interfere with
the vast American interest in the is
land, Undo Sam will take a hand.
Official decllno to discuss the subjtct.
The government will act promptly in
preventing filibustering expeditions,
but it does not want to send force Into
Cuba until that government has plain
ly demonttrated to the world that it Is
unable to cope with conditions and
properly protect foreign interests.
NEW SLATE FOR CABINET.
Attorney General Moody Soon to Ad
vance to Supreme Bench.
Washington, Sept. 10. Political
wiseacres who have been predicting
that Atorney General Moody would soon
retlro to private life are all agog at the
report that he Is to be elevated to the
Supreme bench. They now claim they
have Inside information on what will
be done. This is the way they bavo It
for this year:
W. H. Moody from attorney general
to supreme bench; C. J. llonaparte
from Navy department to attorney gen
eral; George Von L. Meyer from St.
Petersburg to Navy department; Leslie
M. Shaw to retire from the cabinet and
Postmaster General Cortelyou to suc
WAR MUNITIONS FOR CUBA.
Steamer Leaves New York With Armt
for Palma's Troopt.
New York, Sept. 10. Tho Cuban
government steamer Maria Herrera,
which hat been loading arms and am
munition at the foot of Forty-second
street, South Brooklyn, the past week,
sailed this evening, supposedly for Ha
vana. The vessel's departuro was un
expected, as Senor A Memo, tho Cuban
official who was in, charge of her, said
he would not leave New York before
Tuesday or Wednesday. According to
Acting Consul General Antonio Alt!
mill, she was to ship 800 tons of arms,
equipment and other munitions of war.
At noon today scarcely one-fourth of
her cargo had been put on board.
Aniline Dyes Are Barred.
Washington, Sept. 10. Candy man
ufacturers all over the country are pro
testing becanso tho Agricultural depart
ment has determined to bar aniline
dyes in candies under the pure food
law. Theeo dyes are used extensively
in candles and the manufacturers insist
that prohibition of them will hurt their
business. Dr. Wiley maintains other
dyes will do as well, though more ex
pensive, and points out that the best
medical authorities here and abroad
have declared the aniline dyes hurtful
to tho klduoya.
Washington, Sept. 10. A local law
yer declares that President Roosevelt's
elmplo spelling' order may provo Ille
gal. He eaya that over a score of yeara
ago congress passed a Joint resolution,
which became a law, recognizing Web
ster's unabridged dictionary at the
standard for government spelling, and
that a 8upreme court decision afterward
affirmed the act. The recorJt are now
Coin rrl fur ltrn nnil 'hlcU.
ft in n cruel iilnii which abut off the
nlr almost entirely from the hen with a
brood of chick by tiladng u Ixwnl in
front of the coop nt night ; nor li audi
rt plan nit-exMiiry If one will take tlio
tiMtilili to build a coon or cooris niter
the following plan, llulld the coop
after the usual pliiu, (doping the roof
to the rear nnd covering the front with
slat except nt one lower corner, where
n door should be arranged, that the
Itct: win U eiiidly let out when desired.
To wive the problem of plenty of fresh
air nud nt the Mime time ferodom from
prowling small niilmnls, construct ft
screen; mnkc the frame large enough
completely to cover the front of the
coup mill rover It with wire netting; nt
cither side fnaten n atrnp with n bole In
the Mid, nnd on the Mdet of the coop
COOP roa THE CHICKS.
place a ocrew, over which the strap
are placed to hold the K-reen In place.
To make the ecreeii atlll more aeciire
when placed havo the aide plecon large
enough m that n long wire nail may be
driven In them nliout one-quarter the
Iccgth of the nnll, nt the end; then sink
lu the ground nt either end of the coop
two piece of wood, each having n bole
In the end, Into which the nail In the
end pieces of the Hcrecn will fit when
the hitter Is In portion, lu thin way It
will le ImiKNialblo for the ihtccii to get
loo-p. In the Illustration, II, nt dotted
Hue, aliowa where tho screen will come
when In position; A, tho aide piece of
Hie Hereon, with the torn; wire nail In
loltion; .1, ;i, the atakea In the ground
to receive the iiuIIk; l, the screen com
nlelc: (. the swlnclne lath by which
the door for the me of the lion Is kept
In place, and '.', tho manner or attach
luc the email strati to the side of the
Hcreen. liidlanajwils News.
Wlmt Slnkr (ualllr In Kkk.
The grocer noon learn that he mutt
send good cpr to hi customer or he
will not have them lung, and the farm
er who l progrt-ttlvo will soon learn
that he must do the same. The word
"freidi," when applied to egg, may
mean a great deal, or It may not. The
egg grower who wltliet to create u reg
ular demand for Ida egg nt high
price mutt market Ida stock promptly,
for there la nothing that so dlgust
tho oxiHTleneed handler of egg a to
find that the egg that he bought for
freali had lieeii held In the country for
two or three week. Storage c-gg. that
are put Into the refrigerator humedl
tely after they are laid, come out bet
ter, nfter four or five month have
elaptMl, than the egg that are allowed
to remain In the farmer's pantry for n
mouth after they are laid before they
The Truck (innleu lnsccl.
InsectB liifitttlng truck gardens very
often affect Held crop na well, hut It
should bo borne In mind that pest ox
termlntlng methods that nre of no use
In large nrens are often the beat lu n
small patch where thero Is mow Intensive-
cultivation, nnd where tho prleo
the output brings will warrant more
Oue-tmlf pound of son p. one gallon
of boiling water, two gallons kerosene.
Churn with a fore pump for n few
minutes until It forma a Hiuooti, butter
milk like emulsion nnd reduce ten to
Foul Oilura In Cellar,
When cellars bocomo musty or foul,
nud odors aro noticed, tho best thing to
do Is to cioso nil the doors aud windows
mul burn enough sulphur to fill the cel
lar room with dense fumea. Leave It
dosed for nnhour or two, nnd then opou
the doors and windows. Next, white
wash tho walls nud ceilings with two
coats of good whitewash. Sulphur gns
la heavy aud settles, henco enro must
bo used to agitato tho air In tho cellar
by selecting a windy day for the work.
Sulphur fumes will destroy all kinds of
j 3 f ''ui'yi i
i'C of llnlnlnic n (,'nlf.
A gxxl ilcul of dUcmilon has often
liccn prjtukMl n to tho cost of brine
lug up a heifer calf. Mr. Clark, of tho
Alnbniiin exKrlment station, has re
corded data. The record covered tho
lierlod from birth to maturity approx
linntely two yeara.
One of tho calves, which weighed nt
birth (Ifty-slx jtoumls, coiHiimed during
the llrst year of her life 1W) pounds of
home milk, 27.1 !ounds of skim milk,
m pounds of bran, 221 jioitnds of hay
arid was pastured for 1(11 day. When
she was I year old she had cost f2M)i
ami she weighed -inr jtounds.
During tho second year her rations
were made up of sorghum hay, silage,
oat straw, corn stover and n little cot
ton seed and bran. The pasturage w
rlod roverMl 221 day. The- cost of tin
feed was ?!).W) for the second year nnd
she wclghMl nt the end J3 pound.
Thus the total cont of feed up to the
time of maturity was $21.05.
Xa .All-Hound Ponllrr Food.
A corrcqiondcTit nsks for some poul
try food which will answer for general
punose that Is, n food which will
make hens lay, which Is also good for
llttlo chicks nud which may be used for
fattening Inter If dexlred. Novlcoa In
Kultry raining arc quite likely to be
more or Ichs disturbed by the amount
of detail required to enrry on the work
uecefully nnd nre generally seeking
for Komo short cut, ciccinlry lu the lino
of feeding. The same food which will
mnko hens lay without fattening them
will not do to fatten them on. Of
course, corn Is usually a part of the va
riety fed hens mid will of Itself fatten
them, hut It Is not ued by Itself as n
regular diet for laying hens. It would
be as atnurd to feed bens cracked com
entirely as It would be to feed IlttU
chicks the whole kernel.
Wafrr llrrore Krr.lt nK.
This question of watering beforo or
after feeding has never been settled.
A leading KnglUli authority states that
horse should never bo watered until
nfter feeding, but always before, espe
cially If tho feed Is grain. If a horso
Is very thirsty give him water and
then wait a slwrt tlmo before feeding.
If possible, horses should always Imvo
access to water. They will drink lest
and there Is much les danger of Indl
gwstlon or cholera. If n horso Is ex
hausted from overexerclse, the supply
Ht cold water should b limited. If
water Is tepid, n much larger amount
may be allowed.
Chasing hogs Is exceedingly amusing
when tho chaser Is bent on pleasure
only. When It becomes 'an everyday
duty the funny feature disappears, and
Instead the air Is generally laden with
expletive not suitable to polite society.
tsimii'tft Tilt iiou.
The hog U nu elusive boa it. Ilelnground
nnd fat nnd also slippery tho chaser
Is not nfforded nuy point of vantage to
obtain n ilrm hold. This Is true with
but one exception, nnd that is his tall,
lint hero again the duer Is handicap
pod. Hogs' talis nre so little and nt
tho same time so frail that not Infre
quently the hog emerges from the ehaso
minus hU tall. A more sensible method
Is the use of the Implement Illustrated
herewith. Tho Inventor, an Iowa man.
claims that no dllllculty Is experienced
lu getting tho noose In position. When
once It Is securely dumped on tho hog'4
nose it Is un easy matter to lead tho,
animal to any place desired.
Now Uo fur "Wwlrrrucloim.
A Georgia farmer Is said to havo be
come the pioneer In n now Industry
namely, making sirup out of watermel
ons. He cuts tho melons lu halves,
scoops out the pulp, ruus It through a
elder mill, presses out tho Julco nnd
then bolls tho liquid for twelve hours
over a hot lire. Out of 270 melons,
worth $3 or fd at wholesale, ho gets
thirty gallons of sirup, and markets tho
product at 60 cents a gallon. Tho re
fuso Is fed to the hogs, cattle and chick
ens, nnd tho wuolo operation Is very