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ARCHIE HOLDS OWN
Physicians Hopeful for Recovery
of President's Son.
REASSURING BULLHIVS ISSUED
Notwithstanding Condition of Hit Son,
Roosovelt Attends to Bust
ness as Usual.
Wellington, March 9. Archie Hoose
vclt rested well last night and tho at
tending physicians arc hopeful of Ida
recovery. Dt. Alcnxndcr InmW.rt, who
was summoned from New York to take
charge of the case, linn informed tho
president that while tho patient's con
dition It uirouniglug, ho is not yet out
A consultation was held nt the hlto
House. It was attended by Dr. Ijiui
lert. Surgeon General Klxey and As
sistant butgtois Kir by, Undated nml J.
O. Pryor, of tho nay. At 10:30 Dr.
Lumbtrt gtwo out this bulletin:
"Tho patient is resting comfortably.
No complicntion has developed since
Thursday, nml his condition is as good
as could bo expected at this stnge of Uio
An earlier bulletin issued by Stv ro
tary Loch also was of a reassuring na
ture'. Unas stated at tho Whlto House
that Dr. tambort will not leave Wash
ington until he is satisfied that Archie
is out of danger.
Notwithstanding Die serious condi-
tion of his ton tho proddent Mas in his
ottice transacting business nt tho usual
hour yesterday morning, and the ui uil
Friday cabinet meeting n held.
ARCHIE SUFFERS RELAPSE.
Third Son of President Seriously
Washington, March 8. Archto
Uoocovelt, tho president's third son,
who has been suffering from dlpl
thoiln since last Friday, had n turn for
tho worse yesterday, and la.st night,
though ho had milled somewhat, his
condition is serious.
Dr. Alexander lambcrt, of New
York, in response to u telegram from
tho president, arrived in Washington
at 0 o'clock and took charge of the ease.
Doctors Klxey, Kennedy and llrnltcd
weto holding n consultation when Dr.
Ijimbcrt nrrived at tho White House.
Just previous to his coming, further
antl-toxiu was injected into tho pa
tient. Washington, March 8. At l:.10n.
in. word from Dr. I.ambcrt, who was
at tho rick boy's bedside, says that ho
is Ht ill in n serious condition. Thoro
had been no change.
Washington, Match 8. A message
from tho White llouso at 3 a. in. to tho
house of Congressman Nicholas tang
worth says that, mIiUo Archie Mas
resting easy, his condition win still
critical. Tho message bore Dr. Lam
TIED UP BY LEGAL POINTS.
iii ht TBir iTiTiniiii ii ii ip nr rnirrnron
m IIIL WUIUML HALLO Ul buNUKtuu
I ..,.., , - - -
HARRIMAN TO HELP HILL.
Suggestion of Interstate Commerce
Washington, March 9. Lumbermen
in the Pugct Sound region have com
plained to tho Interstate Commerce
commission that they have 'been un
able since Jauuaiy 10 to obtain trans
portation of their products to Kastern
points because of tho itated inability of
the Great Northern and Northern Pa
cific railtoctda to handle the traffic.
Commissioner Lane, of the Interstate
Commerce commission, has received
letters from lumbermen west of tho
Cascade mountains, saying that it is
impossible for them to get their pro
ducts to Mlssouil river points and ask
ing whether the commission cannot
afford some relief.
Mr. Lane has suggested that they
oan wake a formal complaint to the
commission, requesting it to grant
them a thioogh route from the Ptsgot
Sound region via Portluml, Or., over
the Northern PacinV railroad and
theno via the Oregon Short Line ami
the Union PaciaV to Missouri river
The Grwit Northern ami the North
ern PaeiSc admit that they cannot car
ry mote than one-third of the lumber
that is offered, but heretofore they have
refused to permit the Oregon Short
Line or the Union Pacific to make a
through route or a Joint rate with
them. It is expected that the lumber
men will act on the suggestion of Mr.
Iroquois Theater Trial Blocked From
Danville, III., March 8. Tho trial of
Will J. Davis, charged with man
slaughter on account of tho tiro in tho
Iroquois theater in Chicago in 1003, is
now at a standstill so far as evidence Is
concerned and promise to bo tied up
in tho courts Indefinitely on leva I
When these points liave been passed
to tho court, more of vital importance
Mill bo submitted. The defense offers
to admit tho facts. Tho prosecution
denies its right to do so.
Counsel representing the state raid it
would be shown that tho thoator was
incomplete when opened and nntlnlsh-
od at tho time of tho tiro, and that Mr.
Davis knowingly violated tho ordinance
relating to safety In public plavhouses.
The defense moved tliat tho prosecu
tion bo required to introduce tho ordi
nance in question, tho theory being
mat, should the court hold tho ordi
nance invalid, there would have been
no law for Davis to violate.
The court set Friday for hearing Jthe
JAPANESE SPIES ABOUND.
Monday, March 4
Washington, March -I. With a now
record for largo appropriations and far
reaching legislation, tho fifty-ninth
congress was brought to a close shortly
after noon today. The last few hours
Mcro tamo by comparison with what
had been expected.
Kxtromo fatigue, duo to continued
night sessions in tho house during tho
Inst Meek, had a dampening effect miwii
many congressmen and the usual exces
sive "last day" enthusiasm was con
lined to less than halt the membership.
Vice President Fairbanks and Stok
er Cannon received tho thanks of the
minority for the Impartial manner in
which they had presided over the delib
erations of tho twj houses, and both
made speeches expressing gratitude, at
the words of appreciation.
A feature of tho house session was
tho presentation of u club silver service
of 3u0 pieces to General (Irosvenor by
his colleagues of the Hlty-nlnth con
gress. In addition to tho songs and
stories that usually mark tho close of a
session, tho entire house of represent!!
lives waved flags and sang "My coun
try, 'tis of thee" as the gavel fell nt
1 U : 1 5 P. M. In the senate tho laxt of
tho proceedings Mas a setvh by Vice
Sunday, March 3.
Washington .March 3. Beginning at
11 o'clock today, by far the largest part
of the session of tho senate was devoted
to a filibuster by tho Democrat senators
apilnst the ship suit lily bill as it pars
ed the house, and when the senate ad
journed a few minutes IWoru midnight
tho bill miis still pending.
Washington, Match 3. Moro than
an hour Mas spout by tho lioutc in ob
taining a quorum today, but when tho
necessary number Mas secured, business
proceoded as usual.
NO ACTION ON CHINESE LABOR
Government Releases Bidders Front
Obligations Under Ulds.
Washington, March 8. -Frederick
Morse, of tho Amcrlouii-C'hinu com
puny, nml Julian ltubctis, who Imve
submitted proHsitls to tho Isthmian
Canal commission (o supply Chlmso
laborers for the rannl unrk, have ad
dressed an inquiry to Secretary Tuft as
to tho decision of tho department uxm
their bids, which have Ik-oii landing
since last fall.
Action has Ihcii deferred on those
bids Im-ciiiiso the ndinlulstnitlnu was
not certain that tho work would ho
done by contract ci continue under gov
ernment management. Mi-nun hilo the
bidders I nvo become Impatient nud Mr.
Morse called on Mr. Tuft today, with
tho result t tat they went to the White
House and discussed tho matter with
the president. bittr tho following
statement wiim given out at the War
"In view of tho changes which have
taken place In tho management on the
Isthmus, tho eryotn making bid for
Chinese Inlair, which have lung been
ponding, hnvo been notllled that no
action M'ill be taken in respect totliein;
that they are releuod fioiii any obliga
tions under their bids, and that, If oc
casion should arise for a renewal of
bldt for Chinese labor, they would Ik
STUDY COAST DEFtNST.
Absence of Many Regulars Prevents
Washington, Marvh 7. Assistant
Secretary Oliver has notified the,rovcrn
ois of tho various states ami territories
Mhk'h Imvo an orimulcd militia fmce
A greater part of that it has been found necessary to omit
tho day's session Mas given to consider- 'for this oar tho contemplated annual
ation of conference reports. Of tin-so a brigade and division encampments for
rwrtial rejort on the IjiFollette railroad tho instrm-tion if the infantry, cavalry
bill mcio acvoptcl and the sundry civil, ami field artillery of tho regular army,
pension and general deficiency appro- as many ptwta will bo depleted by res
prlatlon hills were agreed to in full. Jon of the nleneo of about fl,(K)0 troois
ity an almost unanimous vote tho house in Culxi, a considerable number a; the
agreetl to stand by its mrasure reguUt-j JatnestoMn expoiltlon and tho iihivv
ing employment of railway telegraph- immt of a largo ortion of tho army to
BIG AID TO TIMBER BAHONH.
President's Proclsmallon Uonsnia for
Hcnttle, Wash., Match tl.ln b
Iwllof that to crealo moni forest re
serve In tho stale of Wnshliiglon Mould
IwtoprovoutllmUtroii llio public do
main from falling Into the hands of tho
tlmlier and lumUir Nirons of tho culm,
try, President lloosovolt slgmtl a pro
clamation adding I. am ,000 acres f
tlinUr land to tho reserves already cre
ated In tho state. Ity so doing, how
ever, tho president gave to tho Weyer
haeuser TlmU'r ooiiimny and to other
rich eorixirutloiis ahsoltiloly iimllspntttl
sovereignly over wnue of tho richest
and most vahmhlo lands In the slate.
That tho president Mas uninformed
whnn ho made what Is undoubtedly one
of his must remarkable onlem It shown
by tho fail thai ho has placed In the
hands of tho tlinlor lmrona a power
they never dreamed of having.
Tho Weyerlmonset and other big Um
ber land owning cororotliin wills r
now hnvo the ownershlpof all llio lauds
surrounding tho reserves Jut treated,
or will soon have Hum. I'mler such
circumstances, the titular Imron could
log ufl up to llio nscrves, wtnslruetlng
railroads which Mould Ui hU for out
of tho pnillts of the lower country.
I'mler tho forest reserve act tho gov
ernment can soil tlmlsir to those who
mIsIi to buy and mIio hnvo tho pries.
Tho small logger, owning no t Imlwr
lands reaching to tho reserves mid with
out means of traimpirtatinu of any
kind, will ho absolutely nud effedoally
Iwrnl from bidding for tho govern
ment timlcr. Only tho timlsr Uiroo
ami the logging nwgimte dHild apply to
SAVES TIMBER LAND
President Creates Reserves liy
Wliolcsalu Heluru Too Late,
M RESERVES IN NORTHWEST
Adds Nearly 0,000,000 Acres to Na
tional Forests of Oregon, Wash
ir'Rlun and 'dttiu.
LIKE HIS PREDECESSORS.
WILL RAISE COMMODITY RA1 ES.
Western Railroad Men to Agree on
Chicago, Mich . Follow lag tle
oxample of Ha stern railroads, Wrslera
Ham are ptwparing to make litereasos
in freight rates by ettangw in tiw eow
wodttitM. A call has been iseued for a
spook I meeting of U WwsWrn trunk
line eowwittee. to be held Mantkv.
and it is said the purpose fct to consider
uio auvtsatxitty of changing commodity
There kt declared to be no doubt that
the tratlic men ar preparing to make
over the ootntMudity rates wherever it
is thought possible to do so. As thto
nro always much lower than the nks
rates and are created for the purpe
of granting concessions, their ajbolitioa
necessarily raises the tariffs.
Military Engineer Dies In Mexl
Hundreds Smuggled In.
Guadalajara, Mex., March 8. One
of the Japanese who deserted t)to con
struction ramps of the Mexican Contra!
railroad died a few days ago at the
Santo lHHiilugo mine, of the Ampsra
Mining ewniwiny, in the KtzUn dis
trict, of this ttatc. Ills papers Mere
turned over to the general manager of
the company and it was found he was a
military engineer In the employ of the
Japanese government. Itefure his death
the Japanese engineer stated that he
was on his way to the Tnited States.
Of the 1,400 Japanese fended in the
last three months for work on the Mex
ican Central, only 8&0 remain. The
others deserted anil many of them
are now in the United States.
One of the interpreters of the Jatn
es workmen was correspondent of one
of the leading Tokio newspapers during
the Mar with Ituwia. Another is the
son of a high government otBeial In
era to nine hours.
Saturday, March 2
Washington, March 2. Tho
In lieu thereof camps of instruction
for tho coast nrtlllerj will ho establish
ed during the sensou of 11)07, and the
I . 1 L i A t At i " " "" - wmw vm
ucvoieu m ox its nine uxiay 10 con- .Vttti.,nal Guard of the vnrious states
siderlng the senate amendments to the contiguous thereto will bo invito! to
sundry civil ami agricultural apnropri- ukf, ,wrt , the dovetepimmt of the
ation bills, llio senate amendments probleI. Involve! In tho defence of the
totheiundrycivil bill dirwtlng thol,,. lmitatl(Mts will shortly be
department of Commeive and Ubor to t,wle(, to lhc yenwrs of tho scabmrd
make an investigation of tho Industrial ',i.iu i-.i.t ....ii.iu i ,i..n
eomllUons of female and ehlld lalor, ' !, f.,n. .tJ-ir-l in Mr nu tl.. ,..
relating to a further examination of rsl problonw. Tho cami prolhly
black sands, annronriatini: 1 126.0.0 ni iJ i.li i. i..i.. i l.. .... ....
for the trnsportation of silver dolkwrs WMi. to in ,uV!(
were disagreed to and a further confer
once ordentl. Tlie night session tasted
May Not See Canal After All.
Xew York, March 8. Sneaker Can-
noa and the tho other members of the
Mtgretoal party which s tiled a few
days 8j on the Hawburg-Ameriean
steansship Hlucher, may not ho permit
ted to visit Colo, arcrrdins to infor
mation received here today. The par
ty had phuused to stop at " Colon on the
homeward trip and Inspect the canal
work. Today the news came that the
Panama government has established a
quarantine against Venosuelan ports
because of a reported outbreak of yellow
lever at l-a Uuayra.. Tne lUucher U
ntheduted to call at La Guayra and aloo
at I'uorto caueikt.
Kilt Bill Amid Laughter.
Washington, March A. Iteverhlgo
Washington, March 2. Ity a rll call called up in the senate to toy a bill
vote of 02 to 1, the senate today In- for the protection of game In Alaska,
strnctrd Its conferees upon the pension (Tlie reading of the measure was de
appioprlation bill to inslut on retaining manded by Culbori-on ami IhuI pro
file 18 pension agencies throuuliout the ceethxl for five minutes when It wns
country. The house abolished all ex- 'suggested by Carter that it would be
eept tlie one In Washington. I IiAposlble to get the bill engniMetl be-
The urns to totkiy 4iusm1 the defklen- tote noon, even if It istssetl.
ey appropriation bill The bill onirics "I wish to call attonthm to the fart
slightly les than 110,740,000. It was that the bill ittut nece-rrily lu
amemled by tlie senate by the inclusion amended, said Clapn. "It gives no
of tevreal provisions aggregating $600,-, protection to Mookhucks, ami there is
Senators Defend Hermann Fultonand
Washington, Marrh 0 It develnsl
in the trial of (linger llsriimiin yes
terday that government otllcmlf make
a iimi'tirn of keeping prvate letter preM
cop)Uvks ami that thoy Imvo all nel
their discretion as to wluU should nisi
wluit shmild not go Into their private
book. It was shown that it has like,
wise been dlwreiUitisr) with olllcials to
take their private hooks wltlitlumi
titsin retirement or leave tlmin Uihlml,
as thuy saw tit. Senator Teller, of Col
orado, who was secretary of the interior
under President Arthur, testified that
ho copied in his private letter lxioks
many letters rolatinc to matters l
I fore his dcitartment, and. when ho re
tired, he took tlio Ixxiks with him nml
no iuot Ion wn over raised as to tho
propriety of his action
Senator Carter, of Montana, who was
land commissioner in President Karri
sol's time, had nmrn rlgil bless on the
subject, and left Ixdilnd him all his
private letter books that eoontalnetl let
ters relating tothelHMimHsaf his JhYe.
CORRECT TO THE DOLLAR.
000, among which Is an item of $16.
000 to reimburse Senator Smoot for his
ight to retain his seat.
REFORM IN POSTAL SERVICE.
no exception aiminst the penalty for
mon mho kill ilneks ami psairw clikk
en in self-deiWe." The bill was
witlkdrawn amhl htnghler
Nominations Not Co- firmed.
Washineton, March 4. When con
gress ended t4shty, tlntre rrutalnvd
about 1041 nominatiens by the prashlent
that hod not len ranlliine. Of theso
Commission to Suggest Improvements
for Mejer to Execute.
Washington, March fl. Prashlent
Jowevelt today had a eonference with thrw wwe apfMint as Cnite.1 Stales
Postmaster Gsnora I Meyer, ami mem- i,.. - Ji .... .. i.,..
bers ofl tin, postal rominhsion, inclml- , to fcy senators from the dWrntTto
ing Senators Penrte ami tarter ami -wteH .ppolotmenta wre made.
..qnmiim rr..rei ami t.ani. x. Hwr: Vlm C. Iksstol, (or
wn. . ..v c.vj lit wmmtratvn w jj trlt Of Of
Confirms Bribery Story.
Honolulu, March . The opinion of
Attorney General llonaparte to the
effect that assisted immigration is ille
gal lias roused the greatest consterna
tion here. It is feared tliat it will
cause the loss of hundreds of thousands
of dollars involved in the charters of
the sttumer lleliopolis and Knnieric,
liesides defeating the effort to introduce
J-iuropean immigration into Hawaii. A
special meeting of the Territorial llcard
of Immigration will bo called to con
sider the subject and will will cable its
views to President Itoosevclt.
Raise Freight Rates on Coal.
Chicago, Match 9. The cal carry
ing roads of iltaols liave decided to in-
Illinois Prepares Attack.
Chicago, March 8. A sptviat to the
Tribune from Washington says: OtH-
clal steps liave been taken by the state
of Illinois to attack the validity of
aj.n.v,uw in Alton railroad bocdi
issued by K. II. Ilarriman and his as-
siviates when they rvorimniied the
Chicago A Alton Itailroad com nan v.
Tlie Interstate Cooimofve cowmUtion
has received an appIkation from W. 11.
Stead, attorney general of the state of
Illinois, asking for a complete trans
cript of all the testimony taken by the
interstate commerce corn miss km.
to make a thorough Investigatkn of tlie
niethoiia of tlie administration em
ployed In tlie postal service, with the
view to suggesting reforms ami im
provement ts tliat may be for the better-
moat of tho service. There was a gen
eral exchange of ideas between the
president ami his callers regarding tlie
Mr. Meyer believes tliat the mest
improved business metliods should be
adopted in all branches of the postal
service, wiui a view to its being en
tirely selt-supportini;. ami that reformc
should be put into effect wherever
there is any evidence of a want of sys
tem or laxity of method.
Oregon, oopoted by Sen
ator Fulton; Janms I). KIIMt, for tlie
ilMrict of South Dakota, oiip.ed by
Stnator kittredg. ami O. It. Humlley,
for tlte Northern district of AfeUuna.
Therewaindirof Uic unconiiineil nom
inatiunc were jiostmastors.
Appoints Wickersham Again.
Washington. March 6. The nresi-
dent today signed a recess appointment
ror isisirwi J mi i James Wtekersliam,
of Alaska. The jmlge Is now serving
his second term on the bench, but his
nomination for that term has not been
eoalirmed by the senate. Charges
Sinirut him are being Investigated by
tee department of jastkn.
ExpirU' Count of Monry Falls to Ac
count for Missing SI73.DOO.
Chicago, March fl Any lhlty
that tho missing f 17.1,000 from tho
local Hubtrensury might havn Imhii mis
laid with the curronry on IihihI Mas
eliminated today, when the four ex
iKirtu from the Culled States treasury
at Washington counted the Inst of the
paper money in tho vniilts.
"It mine out to the dollar." wild
Suhtreasurei llolilenwlck. Tomorrow
a eount of the gold and silver In the
vault will he begun.
Oho of the (Iihh-Ios uyni which the
government authorities have worked In
ilutiloMily is the one tliat the money
was taken from FitsgHtald'a wgH by
some llla.lviswl praclirnl juker iiiiiong
tho aijtht or nine tietsons vvhohitd an.
ross to tlie dcpurtiiwut and who In now
afnthl UieiHifrsH, H has been lenrnid
tliat on several previous occiuiuiiH
immey was taken from ntsgoruld'setiKe
as a Jest ami returned latsr, uflor I'ili
gsrald hail worriml sulllcleiilly to sstls
fy the rui-tiil joker.
Honduras Wins Victory
Teguciinlrsi, llmidiiras. .Mured a
Tlioarmyof llnmhims is inohilUIng
uin the frr-ntior under tho in,,,.,.,!
oonimaml of Prosldent Ihinllla. ul,,..,,
arrival at the front has lusilrm i0
troops with enthusiasm for a serins of
operations against Nicaragua. 'Jho
first tlhtlng slruv February ih (wcurred
the evening of March !!, mIioii (Icnernl
Cltamorm, a Nimniuuau hadi,r. ul,, iu
serving with tho llomhiriiiis. nlliuL!
Waflilngloti, Mined ft, Prior to
signing tho agricultural hill, which
contains Senator I'liltou's ninendiitniit.
prohibiting tho creation of fiiriwt iu
serves In tho Niirthwesleiii states ex
cept by tho authority of oongrisi, tho
prisldeut yesterday lssiiel n pnolanm
lion crwitlng II-' forest lesorves In tho
six states affii'teit by tho Fulton auieixl
liieiil. Ills prodainatious add 1,061..
DUO sens to lint n-erve area of Oregon,
4, X 111,000 wns In Washington and
riHO.OOOflCMH In Idaho.
The ciiiitlou of these reserves prod,
ably marls tho cihI of reserve exleiish,u
In the Northwest fur many vmr ti
coins, for tho a Id It loo now Iim-IihIo
tiH'st of the detlmhlr tliul-cr Inml of all
six stati s, s' far as known in the loirst
service. Ilelng haitlly mads in onlrr
tn circumvent the restrk'ttots i,f th
I'u 1 1 ihi amendment, the iHserve am
lody eroslitl aisl mi ihsiht contain
much fond that will be found untuneil
In fiirexlry pusHS ninl which will ul
llmately Ihi restored to entry.
The largest reservnthwi In OreKon
was an addition of W77,(MH) acres to the
Itlue tiHMiiitalu reserve Ih Kntrn Ore
g,ii. Other mlilllloo In exUtlng rr
serves arc 4tH,000 tn tlm Siskiyisi in
Southern Oregon, 71,000 acies to the
Wenelia ii-serve, 614.000 aerrs to ths
Ca-cnde remirve, UHMlly ihi Its wcidern
Ixirder, anil IAl,tM)0 to the Ashland re
serve In KiHithwistoiri OregiHi.
In Include the tlmlsir laml of the
(! range the p il lent ciratwl tl,
Tillamook n-serve, ooiitnlnlug IllA.tMiO
acres, the CVxpilllo rxservc, emUlylng
I iu.ikmi acres, ami tlie I7hi1iim reserve.
with an area of HOX.OOO nuren.
The Uallown nud Chi-nnlmlmta re
serves arcooiultliieil under the nam f
Iruimlm, rtiul 7HS,(MK) rwri-s are added.
In Unsliinuton tho Washington re
solve Is rnlntgcd by the addition of 2,
276,000 seres, which liwhules piaellcal.
ly sll government laml lntween tlm
present Washington and Italnlor rr
seivrs. This makes one m-iitlntMiu re
serve along tlm (Wad nuMinUilna fitii
tint Coluinhla rlvrr to tho International
iMHiiMlary. This addition embrace tlm
Not them PacinV grant, Imt rallrsd
lanU are not mads irt of tlm rwerve
ami no tight of Ui iH-lnHiim nrmie.
A new reserve Is crest.! to Include
HA7.WI0 M-res of tlm C.lvllls Imlian
lands; IIh Prtet rtver reserve l crrat
el in rOevens etHinty to contain 310,000
mmw; the Olympic reserve M enktrgl
by 1111,000 acres, ami 7S0.1MK) seics
ure aililwl to tho Italnisr rewrve.
Mit of the fciest land in Idaho has
already Is-eri reservetl. A Pnlisie re
servs Is uiealwl with an nrsa of !02,tHN)
m-ros; the p.nt ,veif du-rwitH-l wiUi ah
Hrtw of 100, OIK) aeris; Hie lllg Horn in
oulargeil by tlm addition of XtfO.Ooo
Herss, hikI rilxmt 100,000 neres is aildiil
to tlm Welter reserve.
New Rules for Private Postcards.
and defeated 400 Meaniguun troniis and
uiirvu ou prisoners. Tim 0idu
toss was email.
MANY "DEAD DUCKS."
Number of Noted Men Will Not Ap
pear hi Nrxt Corgress.
WVIllllliUill. Maieh A Tl U i,r,.h.
ahleUmttliH ihwlKiistion Is imenldl.
Isit 'Mwnl diH'k" is tlm name the sur
viving rotiKrsMiiieii apply to those who
liavs failwl of rc-elsetliMi. Thn Wash
lnlon guiiie dag Is full of "deml iliklrn"
NJnn iriemhers of tho senate have
yielded their scats to their wwesaaors.
lhoriirrnuiloriigonesnroJ. Frank Alco
of Dofowsro, Jiinias II. Ilcrry of Arlnn
ws, Joseph (!. H. Illsokhutii of Ken
tucky, Kdvvitnl W. Carrnaek of Tuniius.
ee, Wllliuiii A. t'liirL ., f..,iin,,
John V. Dryden of New Jersey, Joseph
H. Mlllani of Niibmska, Frwl T. Dublin
of Iiliilio, nml Thomas M. Palloison of
In tho hoiiso lliiiro wore 72 inotnhers
whoso imnies will not lw cnlksl at tho
People Flee from Movlnir Mounrnh,.
.Vaples, March (I Tho mountain In
tl province of Polens, itlmvo Monte
tan nays tmsL l,y
murro, which lor
Removal Bill Is Signed.
Sacramento, Cl., March 8. Gover
nor Uillett tins moinlni: siv-acd the
Irtn1tltl ratTin-tl Kilt Kissamanin ln
orc&so the rates 10 cents a ton on all loses the seat of government of Califor-
wsh mmeu in uus siaie ami in Indiana nta, which goes to Herkeley. Governor Secretary UartJeld and Jadge Bsllinzer
aud brought to Chicago for use. Tlie'Gillett was exHvlcd to veto the uieos-j were classmates at college. J II. UI
Jncrtsuwd ratt will take effect April 1. , urc. Sacramento hi much aroused. I linger, of Seattle. U his stcreUrr.
Balllnger Takes Office. I
...wn.n., ..tui a. viwzv nc2i-1 nuwizwii. jurtfl u.An nriiAP Lnrcci BiuiiiinL- miuii i.ii.. 11 n
ard A. lktlllnger, of Washinrton, yes-.hxs Ua kssnl prorhliatc new reghi-',ln ,0 " moving much moin slnu'lu
.,, i ' , .,.; "- a. i itoavs vtraia-jr pnvaw po4tcanu. buch . u uigiu oi me unialillnuts, hownini
Ittcliardsof VvyomiBgas consssisstoner casds west he wade of an unfolded "wtlnuee, fearing n repel Itlun ft,!
" B- -. v. ...r. nwi I PBW OIUHWll, w CUItU UE S-lO .,nure ranillUSIlB 111 IMV7 I,.
..,. - . - - . .imaa .- ----.,, i,
-xw persons lost tholr lives.
sworn in, Jlr. Kalllnger had an mfcw- by $ . IS itht, nor hws than 2?i by
msl conference with the Ureaa ami dl-j 4 iacha. They must ha form and in
vision chiefs. Jodie Ril!!ozr etsUrs I M&litr ami nM;ht nt mmpluiuh.
upon his duties as eonuabtioaer eo-
inchlentally with the eatraaeeof JaaMS
It. Garfield as secretary of the interior.
ttaniuiiy like tn government post
cards. Thoy mar be ef any color, not
interfering with a legible address ami
poitaasrk. Very thin sheets of paper the popular shade this
Sulphur Yellow I. Proper Binds.
London, March fl, - According to
Draper's Kecord. sulnl.nr v..n,.... ' i."
lr:.,K. I, "!"..' "."""I W" "I
. j - - ivKua ill niriS. W
Invading Honduran Army.
Hati Salvador Mniiili fi. A strong
'Jliiiiiiiof llnndiimti tmops has Invad
"I Nlciirugtut through tho department
of Ocolal, Tlm heaihiuaiters of tho
lluiidiiiiui army Is estnlillslusl nt Pes
plru. PreslileiiL lt,ni I ! u i,, ri,iiin
'llreelliigiifhilrH theio gonenilly. Mo
I' Mill Satisfied will. Id., ,IU..Illii. nml
Hi" spirit of tho troops, Chllstoca, as
nt present nirtiilod, Is deeme.1 linpiog
niihli'. Tlm general opinion horn is
hill Iho Hnniliiriiii forces will eventual
ly triumph over those of tho Nlntia
fflar be attached to them if they com- women's imelc. .n.i i ....'. ..'.... " ,r. """
plUly adhere to tho card. jliona. "u,wmim ""","''"
Accepts Two-cont Hati.
Mnwulii, Nun., March 6. Oovorior
MlHililnii tonight recolvwl olllclal imtlco
ii ".".. " .""fHi'Kli'ii Hallroud company
Willi II will nm.pt llio 2-cent faro law
Wlllinnl Mslilnnco and rovlso Its rates.