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CHANGE ALL AROUND
President Reorganizing Reads of
CAN FIND NO PLACE FOR OLLIVER
Sterns WIH Retire Early Next April
After Successor Is ThorougH
Washington, Feb. 33. The president
conferred at the White House today
with Secretaries Taft and Hoot, regard
ing the detail" of the reorganisation
scheme for the Panama canal work. It
is understood that Colonel Haines ami
Benjamin Hanod, civil eoginevts, both
members of the preset commission,
-will retire. Admiral Kndleott, the on
ly remaining member of the ow com
taission, will be retained, a. the law re
quire that one naval civil engineer
shall be included in it membership.
Majors GoethaK Gaillard and Sie
bert, who wete named as members of
the commission, will receive salaries
coiwiderablr la excess of there they
now receive, namely, f 4,000 a year. It
is the intention to divide among them
the salaries now paid to Messrs. Shoots
and Stevens, aggrepatins: 10,009 par
annum, as long as they are ensured in
It Is stated that Chief Engineer Stev
ens resigned with the jtatcsnsnt that he
wonhi remain In ch&rce of the fesJtsaa
until his successor arrived and w
thoroughly initiated Into thescwastiu
and prepired to take them over. It is
prstabie the transfer can be eftected
early in April.
It will be necessary for the army n- j
giactrs to make a personal to'ttcttoa
of every part of the rasatl foaitrattaan
work before any determasatsea can be
madeastothe method of oaamncthnc
work in the fatase- The pnjadisst s
letter ycjiesday iadiotttd That there)
might be a rtctrenx to the contract J
plan, bat even U that should he like '
case, eaVers will ssd thtan tiis '
able to mane the work hi a ffapcrris-
onr eapssty. tart as they now do
rat of the lirr rfreaWhubicpcamets
in tnecatioa in tkas oonatrr.
Tcier&ass wot rewretJ at the
VThitc Iloase tciay 1-ona the Sooth,
asking the pf csadeatt to saaae W. J. Oi
Mrcr, kw bad for the catrartoa of
the canal was selected, as a nasmbar of
the Isthnrian Canal coamatisioa. Mr.
Tat axhi tonisht that he did not believe
the president was considering rach ap
paaatment. Mr. OHIrec saai he wonld
not accept the place if it wore tendered
bkn. When he has been omcialtr no
ticed that the bid of the Panama Canal
CnoHtraetioa coamp&ny has been reject
ed, Mr. OHirer w ill give out a staUmont
Nat Friendly With Benton; Only Did
as Oiher Commissioners.
'Washington. Feb. 2S. Two import
ant points for the defcmsc deelopd to
day in the trial of Representative lior
raaaa. One was that Hamaaaa was not
on friendly terms with John A. EwMa.
the San Franisoo real estate deafer now
nador indictment for alleged fond ttaads.
the cthr that Hermann's pwduoart
M mk aunt omee Mvd all, with on ex-
coption, removed thetr primte letter ,
press copy books Iron
the otace whoa
Mr. Worthinetoa for
sewed his two potnu in theercef-eawnviae has
motion of Elliott P. lioosrh, former pri
rate tecretary to Hermann. In anewev !
to omestions, Mr. Hooch said that upon
one ootneion Benton came to see Her
sanajMt the fond cnV and rmsnplarned
lahtoriy at the action of the land oak
m not allowing ha cat isn for a sarvey
mane m uatuorasa. Tne sarvey
ami or a IM.0M contract. The
emee held that the daim was fraade-
leat in that the aliened sarvey had sev
er been Bsade. Benson wej mrj aovry,
and Iferaann. daring the interview,
Votes Down Jim Crow Car.
Gnthrie, Okla., Feb. SS. The eon
stitntion of the porpoed new state of
Oklahoma will sot contain a plank pro
Tiding for separate eo&ehe and waitiar
reofiu for the tao races. By a vote of
16 to 31 the convention this morning
laid on the table the committee report
nrging the "Jim Crow" measure.
While the majority of the delegates
were elected on platforms endorsing the
separate cioch law, the result was due
to the alleged attitude of the president
oa the onestiOB and the terms of the
Fever Prostrates Crew.
Norfolk, Ya., Feb. 2S. The battle
chip Connecticut, proceeding . from
Soatbem waters to New York with an
epidemic of typhoid fever arsoag her
crew, was in comnwalcatioa with Xor
folk by wireless telegraph toairht when
off the Virginia capital. A raes.-aee
from the Conaeotioat rays 15 of the
toea stricken with typhoid
are In a
MUST NOT OWN PROPERTY.
California Legislature Passes a BUI
Sacramento, Cal., Mar. 1. The low
er bowse of the legislator? today parsed
a sweeping anti-Japanese and anti
Chinese measure, tatraiuced by Assem
blyman Irew, of Fwtso. The Mil is
known as the "anti-alien property
holding bill." It is alumi at the
Japanese and Chinese property owners
in this state and U Intended to prevent
them fiom acquiring and owning prop
erty for a longer period than lire roars.
In urging the iace of toe Mil
Drew stated that since January 1 of
this year one-third of the property
transfers in Fresno had been to Japan
ese. The bill provide that any alien who
does not teeome a ritieea of the CnMed
States shall acquire and hold title to
land In this state for not more than
fire years. It within that time the
alien thvs not become a citieeu, the
dMrict attorney shall compel the sab?
of his land or hooe. Japan and
Chinese are not speciucally named, but,
as they cannot become citiset. the
bill is aimed directly at thean and pre
cludes them from owning property for
more than are years. Tbemeurate
also provides that no contract, acree
meot or lease of real estate lor a fear
er ported than on year shall be mi do
to any alien and any lease, alliums ant
or devise of real estate made to amy
alien for a loses? perso! shall l mall
The impifiea is
the ball roaches the
cteen oat dart if
LABORATORY FOR NORTHWEST.
Arjicultural Drparsent W Estah-
Iih One Sooc
Wajhinrton. Match 1. In the near
fotnrethr defaartnaont of Anoaftac
wilt HwaOe a pare Iom taooortory m
sne Northws-oera caty ad mis xt !
Madijnarierj for the rTuminntvri of all
imeiA ptcooij uoporaed into that socboa
fa inn abroad. Inrt ' tmatirmi are now I
kMk. . . 4.. AH. h .
a4i atwev vHaa v c.
." &-. M - ' a. " -. I
s nrrmcta Asfiart-
to fosatethe khoraaorr m rWt-
fond, bat ifae this can 1 don Port.
j jj j.-. s, th 4
Seattle, r ofoe oSor adtaajtares in the
way of onarters that oanaot be obtained
at Seattle. The department desires to
keate the labxrxtory w s pnblac bnild
to?. It is of the rreatest importance to
rVrtlai d to make a aediUWe show Inj:,
for if the Laboratory is located there
rather than at Seattle, it will bate a
tendency to increase importations of
foed prodnet at that port, where they
can be propesly examined . rather than
at other port whore there wonld neces
sarily be delay.
Mr. Boome is looking to the chaanlor
of commerce to rapport him in his
STICKS TO HERMANN.
Former Private Secretary Says Good
Things for Defeoeant.
Kadhrneton. March 1. The psosecn
taon in the traU of Represeetatir Her
mann oonmmtl today in a fntile at
tenant to break down the evidence jrrren
yesaecday by Elliott P. iioach. former
prirase frrsoary to the defendant
which ww aaoK fororabie to Hermann.
Heads ntd Um pat on the stand by
the pint watho) with the exMctatioa
taat nas tSMStmnmiy wonld be
to the liimamn. and Daetrict Attorney
Baker wm ineeneeal that he shoaid rjve
ertdaance so ntarh in Hemna' fovor
yesterday that Her-
A. Bimaon, who as ma
ker aJlaaed fond fraanV.
'v pw W
that, if oaVial
Hermann s private
. J lZLllriL . I tTr I
" ammsafmeuemj anat pn iniu aav lui
s time to take thetr privet .t-
terprefrt eopyij4M with tbtas.
ChrfotTfoa If. Mulforand AUiandar
E. Fcnter. who bad bees mnamnara in
the fond omee under Hetmaan and who
deetsoyed the fottetprses eopyVlu by
his iredton. Itntised to the part thee
hadpfoyed. Mr. Muifor reeeteed an
order irom Ifermann three weebs W
fore the hitter retired to take the letter
books, about M in sambar, from Her
mann's private loom.
Beatty to Continue Duties.
Bohe, Idaho, March 1. "Is answer
to a telegram received from the
ney seneral asking me to
reetgaotioa for a time," said Judue J.
II. Beatty. of the Called States Distract
court, today, "I test a telegram sat-
lag Uaat I wouw wiiiisgty o-jaUnae the I
dalles of my otsee until after the March
C. . 'L Z "'' r CA. TCtTL ,
i in sis no a amis e w a aaA am inti i i s.
ZZJTZlrlL'ZTr x.,'L rTZri
.ftV rsrc (Jcvajsv l fieMIIWgMS. W srt
wr a -1 !
ty arrived some days after bis resign
tkw ma sterted for ashisgioa
Favor PhKppbte Bank 8H.
Washington, March 1. The bouse
eomsBittee on insular affairs tolsy de
ehied to make a. farerabie retort on the
Ihllippine agricultural bask bill it
paused by the untie.
I IN THE NATIONAL HALLS OF CONGRESS i
Fndat, March I
Washington. March 1. It hot
rears since the bouse the roene of
to general a battle between two grist
parties as took place today mei the
ship subsidy hill. The hilt we pa ed.
hot not mttil it had been Jeomled.
and this fort in itself shows how efoee
the alinmnont .
Imapedmtelv after the act ha?l. die-
eaan nod on the tnal vxse to
the Mil as entcaxtssed the work
done bv the Ropnblwan ho dew dwinc
the ht of the battle mode mnni-
TTnm twill k.adk HnMaAajai
1 The dtox-
tnred ateohol Mil paued the
dar br a rvr of M to I. IXtns of
Alabama ct the aimrtire wofo. This
actton was sakea alie the CKOnsnlttre
rssnirtm; the pen raws 4 a
iOMtireaer wbtawii't alco
hol is brim: aaamncawwd had heea r
foated by a wr of 4? to 1. The Mil
as paefed contaiay a ,'rwli1 amimimint
peranMUnc m o be nwmitf 4 CVm
sesaMBHhr the mnajote moss W reCarocd
V the hoox- far art The bill h
foteamd to mat it tw?ihs nr form
er to i.Oihlish alkt d lannmd cawrtty
tor the manohicinri i aaxahol tobeaV-
Tiiraa. FeO-rvary 2S,
Fe. S The
Yntsm-rVnac oanadrtr to br hM m
a ns mmm
honrs the iimafna ihwhal hatt.
isnr n coawrotoao on the fortrr bmooss.
The eanlitTawt report on the army
! 2V'm. UU 7T r-' i4
m a.A i.ili i ta, .!. tmfc .minimi
Feb. JS ten
i the ship satsMy hill
t saw toast A at !li p.
Hihw manned w-athtmt
so lain n i if a j proo-ion tor the
yetrsimaat of larma laci' clerbe
w-aoreapoa the bill ru read
iee-anawte rale for
Fmaa lku ttrn Mill la mm ml a
o'efork iiWiowlminlfi wore offered and
th. HuwiM nmvU Uwrwn. TV
leaders on loth sides were drawn intu
By a rote of 112 to 127 the hoase de
feated an amendment offered by IJt
Uner excepting the Sierra, the Sonoma
and the Ventnra, of the Oeaenic line,
from the operation of the provMon em
lowerins the poetwanter imseral to',rWi tlte allotment ami dlatrlbtt
make rontracts with eitisene of the
Unitrtl States for carrying the maibi on
steamships. This was nwairdwi m a
tt rote In relation .to tho Facinc
Wednesday, February 27.
Washington, Feb. K. After lhm
inx to an arxnment by rwtteewo of
Coforodo in favor of government owner
ship of railrtads, the teonfo today
aareed to the conference report un the
river and harbor Mil. Prutaeta were
made aaainet the redaction from t0.-
000 to 150.000 of the amoant for Im
provement, in the Mieeitflppi river be
taeen Cairo and St. Louis by Hopkins,
Coifom. Stone, Allison and Overman.
The smaller amount prevailed.
Waehinton, Feb. 57 . Humphrey of
Waebiactoa held the center of tne sin?
for a coaaiiisiabtte time today doriac
tht debate in the boa. eon the ship rab
sady bill. He had a hot eacbanae of
romplimeate with Satlivan of Masan
cfaamms about the aUHode of the iMrm
orsata on the la nana a coiitruvesvy.
He Htbi he wonld not vote o report
any bill that would not provide thai
the net- shall to the Philippine.
He charred the Demo-attic uarty with
12 " ""TV llT,
o.v.mpnicnton with the 1
ia order to brine dbwsnre aayw
oar adminsatiation of tboe fofoanV.
They hop to inveirie m into a war
with Japan, to make as so weak that
Japan will attack as, ami the) they
hopetorbie itto power over their coun
try i aaegr," he said.
Tuetday. February 28.
Washiayjaon. Feb. . The esseate
toiay seated the tea dry civil apsarn.
prutson bill earrytaxr f IH7e.l, an
itau of over HM40.C4 ae ensa
ptsed with the hoase bsIL It alx.
Pm1 the Ahirseb tmrstmcy bill by a
vote of tJ toll.
The earrtaey bill aatitoriaes the fos
anee of f 10 johi eeciaseates. to the tasd
that the llu gntwtarkt away lK brokses
op into fl, f and I bills, for which
Agree ro Appeal f3t.
Washisfafta, Feb. 7-The
? "f . regsstuasg p-
. it. .
u !-, I- f
am)( AMsi bf tfv. famaassl
jufci - br the hmOx Ar. sdfoas
writ of error within M dare IxauJf
of the Vmiu4 State in the Dittritf
courts direct to the Smfnmut taavrt ec
the United States a all tvitahatf ac
cusant oa aenaarrers to
or arresting of a iodgsseai of
ties for fossaSdeneiy of the fodHctm wat,
where 4ottset are baei the fo
j raMdity or cocttaetiea U the statelea.
there is a (neat demand It also au
thorise the defM.lt f coetoms recei4e
In national bunks, as internal revenue
rrcestw are no Vritl. ll rle
from fS.OOO.OWO to f.0OO.tXM the nn
toaal look nrculattou that may be re
t red in an) one month.
Washington. Feb. tt tJettcml de-
Ute on the ship ubldy bill continned
uWceaehoot the day in the hone. The
lle limiting the amoral debet to nve
honrs by nnanimons nnont
amsnih i K that fenosal dehnle shall
llotoltV'mn thrtmch Umorru. with a niaht
irvtn $ o'rhyk an til 1 1 o'clock.
hen the doUto will terminate. Mr.
Gnwronor the principal rhampion
of the bill
The Cottle rrpitcts on Iho forti
aaUons and the omnifont revonoa ratl
hiih wet adopted. The lunfesones
reparV on the armr and liver and har
bor apprvfWMtton billr ece pi1 wonted
Monday. Fthruarr SS.
Wahiao. Fob. Tho sMt
trdar pa-u ed tho acrtcwltoral approori
aoon hill, carry h ncnrlr iln.MQ.OOO.
with an aawmdmvaw prrdur that
fosvrt '.-' oartain tVe4ern
lOam; shall not be created or enatraed
'ii ithaal an act of coatu i. the pst
cdhre approprfoUon MU.carrimj itio.
M.4o. the -ka appruprmtion
ball, carrime 1 1 ti.tW.0OV. and tho
ball anthortautc tho eeiablasbnteat of
- - " - - fo.t a - L Mm. 1 I a aa.1 -a
, JT-'T" .77' ." "Z ' ""ITl
By a rot of to 1 the iwte lo-
ntamt asUft! Um hanto iXMnlnao.
treaty. This on naore roto in
the aaVrnmUro than was roanirwd.
Wahirton. Feb. 8hip roUady
a malked imi i tan Wtar in the
boom, wharh, past Kdore adjournment,
adoptod a mle that "ill probaMy in
MSo the pas wax' Of the Lat'aoor eabti
uato for the M-nate bill and rwtnlt l-
I M .......
,or ' Mjoarnanent tn pwlttre
I T ?"" WM rctiortod by IHlsell in
ahape of a rerolntion providios that
tho comnromtee Mil ataail he ronald-
'erod, with delate limited to five boorr.
aiH1 lt Anal rote shall le taken
' M( later than next Friday aftcrmwi
at 3 o'clock. The role was adopfed by
a vote of US to IS. 21 KefmblicaiM
votian; with the IVxswx-rat In optrxi
tion to tlie mle.
The eunferpoe rejort on the Indian
appropriation bill wiw Atloirtci!, aa nas
the conference rejirt on the Mil pr-
two of Indian tribal funds.
Saturday, February 23.
Washington, Feb. . A lthowh the
senate devotel foot boars to legislative
matters today, nothing w acim
plbnel except rjvh-irjaklrr. The
aerieaitntal approprmtlon bill reeeivetl
farther criticism. It is propmi that
11.000,000 be added to the fund at the
dfopwal of the Fotnrt service to make
np for revenne taken a way from It
touted into the tteaearr. While thas
'amendment probably m to be aeeonted
Heybnrn will not permit to reeeise tnal
aetion until be has exheasted every le
gitimate means of opposition.
Washington, Feb. 21. The hoase
adopteud an amendment to the sundry
civil Mil provMing tnat nu bar or can
tea where iaUnlcating I inters are sold
shall be mamtainetl in National ol
diet' hpo. In viewof thceampatiKn
throufiaVjut the country aasinet the can
Uen in Mild lets' homos, intense internet
was shown when that feature of the bill
Four hundred thousand dollars was
added lo the approptmtMn for the pmr
fogies! survey The sundry el vil appro
pnatfon, the larnswt in the history of
the soiernuteot, carrying 10,000.0OJ,
Retain Foreclosures Ten Years.
Waahiartoo. Feb. M The IWi-
arvscsUunl FhiliDoine tank bill. M
paenvl by the senate, contains an
amwndsnent savaeeted by Culberson re
onirisg that the bank may not hold
ausa wharh H has acoulred on mort-
mm) forecfosare looker than ten years.
Trier heno for Llfetaviri.
Washington, Feb S7 Senator Fnl-
ton ha secured the adoption of an
asnesdment to the sundry rivil bill ap.
psoaslaUng fe.CMi for a telephone line
from the Umpuaa lifesaring station to
the mouth of the Eluslew rJver, alio
t9.W for rebuilding the lighthouse
at Cape Ataso.
Beatty WW Hold Oter.
WaWthsrtMi, Feb. ir7-Jndge Keatty,
of Maho. has Lees reoaeeted to ressain
u tJ beach to bold the March term
of eosrt, which swans that his rtelrna-
wisi sen dk aeteeteit until alter
tftsgree adfonrsr. It U nadertUol
thtt this arrasgessest is made so that
the ytmUumt. is saskisg theaeleo
sf sew fodc. stay have the
view r sot osly of Setr Herbarn, but
of tuUr Berah. .V neomwtsAatfoa
ssai properly be sted astil Jadge Brat
tft rtipaUm has been aecrpted. The
prtes&Mrt vasu to get tne right wo.
LET NO CONTRACT.
Prasldant Dscldra lo Let Armr &"
Ulneera Din Canal.
Wasltinicw, Vvb. St Hy "fl1''
iUnwl inChitlriiiatt HIkhiU of the
Isthmian Omul wHiimlsehm Hhiy.
PrH-hlent lloosevelt, ai far m lay In
his ter nmlor eWIK law. trmw-
frre.l to lh witineer Itrattch of tlie
armr Uh PtnUiiMibililV lor the IttlUlor
atrortiao of tWlVUMtoM ranal. tie
aho formally imolol the alwrHlon
ment. for the prwMil at leocl, of Ihe
itrobvt f hainc Uie caoal work dow
bv tontmct on tho percent" stii.
Amitber foal ore h 'Ih annonnre
meot of the leoiimatton nf John P.
Steven a one Inerr in chief of canal
ronetnartkm Mr. Jtbnnlr In New
York, whose ho HI Utmat row pold
at a meettnf of the dlrevton of tin
Panama Knilnad company, of hlh
h bi prwidctit, and rrlll formally tc
sifRi thai ofnro
The preoidonl IntontU that time
nhall an entire soniialmlbin of the
cummtsolon with three anm ufnrerw of
the eawineor corp a lb lewlini; mm
bee, who are to bare chanro uf the on
cineennc featurrr of lb- canal work
The chairman and nini in chief uf
tho commasioM all! l Major 0 U'.
(kMthals. Ill aweiale alll be Major
IfoR Uatlhird ami ) William I.
Stebert. to rank In the order named.
IWe onVer are all comparallrely
yoanv. ambit ion and onerjretie.
Senator Jeph !. C. MfoclUun, of
Kontnrky, a ho will rtiro from the
t'aitod State- eenato on March I. to
be nmfo a nmmber of the raurptnUod
HELPED LAND THIEVES.
Informer About Frauds Defrayed by
Washlnnton. Feb. TT InleseH In
the trial uf hVpr.sUIUe Hermann
wae revived Inlay by the intmiurtion
in evl'fonce of letters written him In
mil by Benjamin T. May of U
Urande. mllinii htn attention to pria
lami fmnd in Ikrejrun and a later letter
criticising Hermann for omllllni: tn
make an Invest iaat ion ( the alleoed
(rands, and also for bavin made known
to iwtrrwtoJ jrte the name of the
Alter their tdenUJleailoa by May.
the letters were read to the Jary. The
Ant an f mm May to 1 termann and In
formed him that rowmill owner were
tccnrlnt; title to j to Idle fowl In the
Hlue mnontalfM by fmnd Their pfoh
I wn tfi Kct an esnpfoye to Hie oh n rer
1 tnlri tract and, when therbilmwas
provel Mp, tlicciHplojn wat toilrtol the
jtfojMtity ovni Ui Uiem and recede ifrO
for hi wvrk. Ore Urm kept a man
employed to hmk out for the bt tlm
Iwr bind and W swore II In thin wan.
nee fif hir nrm. In the year pieceillnK
the writing of thU b-tter May rbinswl
that this Urm had pbued on record
almt HO dee! secured In thfo manner
May concluded his letter with Uw state
ment that be waa a poor fohorer and
had mi ax to rnnd and only dealred to
keep out fond grabber
TsNs Interstate Commerce Commls
slon a Few things.
New Vork. Feb. tt An saeeiUon hy
K. II. Hartltsan that Stoyvesant Fish
was deKd from the pisehlesicy of the
Illinois Central berauee of mlfcofMlnrt
as hi the fund of the cumany tw a
leadinr feature of UUy's nnm of the
Intertate ('.HnmerrerommiMiinn Mr
Hat r i man wae tlie only Mttnem tf Uh
da; . the evenU brouKlit out by his tee-
tiiuony making toe heariug u iminor
Other fmtnrmi of Mr. Harrimau's
Wtimony oIIoh :
A eofillnued refuse I to Httwr qiirai.
lions relating to Individual stock t non
KxplaMations of tlie Uanafer of SOU..
000 aharre of Southern IWIflc sto.-k to
William 0. Ibirkwfeller iltlrllic tlie at
tempt of James It. Keene lo secure rati,
trol of the rtd mimI of the dle)e. hh
nounrvmerit of the dividends on Union
1'acIHchikI Nwtiiern FmcIHc.
Attempts of the uovornineiil to mIiuu-
that Uih UnkMi FhfIHu vlutrgiw mifulr
rates, rtltles comiiftitlMri In the vh1
lerrlton tmversiil liv Hh IImch un.l Hh
dividend of 10 xir rent and Hh ixkiih.
nare in f:iu,uuu,uuu on lH(liiriMiint
route from an unfnlr toll on Hh patrons.
Miners Vole for Adv.mca
Ihitto. Mont., 1'cli. 27 Tlio ol of
the Miners' union on Urn Invrmso of
wage icale resultJ 2,3i In tnwi and
1,008 aiailnst, the now snilo of II In
take effect May 1 . Mnny miners did
not toto. Tne iiiIiim of lliiltu w III ran
tinue in oiH-nitlon, notwitlistundltiK llio
demand, but dowlonmunt work in all
of the Amalgamated prnKitliM will
crnie. OHkeraoftho union nro om.
phatlc, howecr. Hint Ilium Mill Iki no
strike. Couileinira uill dnvotn nil tl.....
and energy to taking out ore and urnk
Two-cent Fare Is Law In Indiana.
IsdbsaI4)u, Feb. 27. Tho governor
toJay aigneil the 2-cent rulln.i.l fr
art. It has no emergency olniuo, and
gc Into effect with tho publication of
the tew laws about May or Juno,
ALL BUT ONE SAVED
Steamer Corona floes on Rocks
UK Eureka, California.
VESSEL IS A HOPELESS WRECK
Hard Task to
Deomsil bti p.
KnreVm, March . 7V t.iisr
IVirona, (apfoln Huyd, llnl.rl uW
Im4 leal In the llaclltr ('(Mat x'mia.
ship rnea)ny's setrfoe lrtw, i,
city and . Fmnelsxo, lies irn i n,
the mirth Jetty on the Hun.i Mt bar,
a htHiefoiM wreck. The ('r.i, nn
neatly 100 pwseesimrs aUmr.l -irac
at 10 10 o'ehi-k yeaterlay rrn'ii. .r, as
Owptaln Ifoyd e ntteniptln . ib
teeth of a stinglntc m Iml and a mss
lr Mxil, to drive bet Into pu
The awtaal reftea attrn.Ut.t ,,m
hipwreek followed 1h wmrt
rushed Into the i-.-ial letll of
the wutnm were hyrtrriral ad maof
the men were (eUir.1 with f.r, but
nniurlwK wrbi fr.Hn lh' 'iiwasl
tMSMe of the calmer iesweng-r. Ir -A
calm. Thereafter the pi.trr. a.
sesubled upon Uh ImrrKwnr rrt,
where tbey retnalnd umil ti - rueos
work vies undertaVtti in Ute alt. n .
Staw after the hlp stru'k, a l .1, m
rharae uf ttmrtensavter Imm was
IowwtmI away It r.eilalne.1 thrw of
the crew and three sWtwgr iwu-rtiaers.
This bat capleHl at nor, in Hi. itHl.
lag surf and II. Krrsskei a ide,
was drwneal. (iunn arl the rfhea
enrrwnled In leschtng seWr, tl.r dfo.
savitHt erew under Captain llrnnlr
having onte to their lliv
A eroesd bmt, in charge ( ktfol
thUcer K. V. Jnean, sw pat fl
Badly battered and leaking Ilk a sieve,
thU Uml reswbe.1 the srwre Mn
wbile. T. F. Kidbern, nilt alet
watchman, formerly a mailne m Im
I'nitMl iHatM naiy. stnppnt tithe
wwiat ami attempted to mrty a line
shore. The small llrve ).e !! tied
al'Mtt hb walt parte.1, hrw.rtrr, U(nrr
he bad gone far. rebern was pkknl
up by the lfo-avets. rVveial ltrln4s
were imwle lo s!h a line alil wllli
the I.yle gao, but each time (he lire
Finally II wss derbled by (alaln
Hmnltf and the llfe-savrr I" p "'it III
the billpws, and they toed as reliant a
vnyeite ae ever m uudertk. finally
reaching the side of the C.peia and
prkinc np the line.
Within a short Um after t'.e C .re.
struck, news of the cci lent ws -iii-moiiiriid
lo Km eka and etrl Hmmh-
J and people during I he day wrnt tlm
nearn oppnalle tile wreck U walrii ine
w irk of rMoe leteral unemewaful
a I tempi were made to work early it
the dee, hot it .was nut nntil IW
oVU.'k In the aftern'WMi that Captain
Hennig ami his mm winked effrctiiely.
8AY8 SENATE WAS UOUQHT
Slory About Came of Spinltli
Madrid, March S sensetioti has
been iwmmmI liere by tlie pohlhw'Mi f
a stnty irelilel to the I Hern de la Ma
rina, i d I Ih vaita which mrpris I"
sImiw by ihicumenlnry evidence tlml Hie
I nlleil Hlalee rnngreee was lmii(lil In
It7 by Ton as r.nila P.iltna to insure
war being dec la led aaainet npwin
racillng tn ti Havana newxr,
lends lo Hie value nf 2I7,imhi imiii, n
leelimble when Culm sli'mld Untune
liMleien)leiit. were ieatieil In WM"ir
Ion tn renabirH uml a neitract itils
which rarileliw 4irweoliwty like 'list
of Hie fcilnt reMilutloii tif Apill. Ikhh,
votiol liv rsingreae 'I lie niticle ssits
fnrtlier Uml llin vnlne nf Hie UiihIh
foil hsmlly In iHiru, Hml therofirt it
iiotr iKuilrnrl was iiwde between 1'hIii'i
kimI Hie Aiueilian Hemitnis. Count
HnlujKir, ininUtiir of foreign affairs, Iwt
liilfgraiiliHl lo tint Hwiil-li roH-iienln-
IImihI WiiHliltigloii for Hie fullwt In
fiiriimtlim. dsnsnsin Crltnrs for Jamestown.
Ynkiilimim, Msn-h . Tho Jnisi)
OMlsoiH Tsukilm mid Cliitoee left at 11
o'olook this incrnlng for JiuniMtown,
Vn. Naval Mlnlhior VIwi Adinlntl
Hullo AdinlrnlH Toto. lie, Iiiimyo, tho
naval atlacho nt tho Amcrlintt iiinlmwiy,
CmiHitl (ItMiuntt Mlllor ninl lx'itl Jap
ntioso nlllolalH woro presunt ujion tho
(Hiislou. Tho tniM)nvr and crown
prlnro Hnt sjuvlul nldos do ramp with
a farcuoll inpsHngo to Admiral I Join on
tho llngslilp TsuklUt, Tho plir. whU-li
wiih dccoratul, was lliusl with uti In-
lorosUsl imt undtimonstrittlvo crowd.
New Treaty Cautei UproAr.
Kt.Tlionuis, 1), W.I., Marvli -
Thcro is Intense oxollomrnt In rifliito
Domlnuo regarding tho now Amorh'im.
Doiiilnlunn treaty, Tho ministers dc
jnand tlm wltlidrinl o( Honor Volar
liiot' oilfollo or Hint tho president ac
cept tholr resignations.