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HUNDRED ARE LOST
French Steamer Goes Ashore on
Coast ot Uruguay.
VESSEL AND CARGO WILL BE LOSS
SIFTING OUT PANEL OF JURY.
Heavy Gate Makes Rescue Difficult,
but Effort AreJStlll Made to
Montevideo, Uruguay, May 0. Tho
Frcach transport Maritime Foltou, from
Maitcillcc April 0 for tills port, has
Ixcn w recked off Son Joso Ignacio, on
Uio coast et Uruguay. Sho Is under
stood US liavo had 300 passengers on
board, and, according to Into reports,
nearly 200 of theso liavo been rescued
and aic on tlielr way to this city. The
vestel and her cargo will probably
provo a total loss.
The casuallty list hat been reported at
100, but this has not beeen corroborat
ed. Tho govcrmntnt is doing every
thing possible to succor the shipwreck
San Jose Ignaclo is a small rocky
promontory surrounded by tecft, 21
miles west of Cape St. Maria, on the
southeastern coast of Uruguay and
about 60 miles from Montevideo.
The vessel was driven on the rocks
yesterday. She lies 30 yards from
shoie. A heavy gnle has been blowing
or several days, and is still continu
ing. This lenders the work of
Tery difficult. The efforts to cot the
remainder ot the parsengers and crow
to land are belng.continucd with untir
ing ei ery.
Panic broke'out on board the vessel
when she grounded, and a number of
terror stricken people jumped over
board. According to a report a number
of women managed to swim ashore,
but many were drowned. It is known
that customs officers at 151 neon de Per
icro saved 60 passengers.
Talesmen Deny Prejudice or
Knowltago of the Case.
Rolse, Idaho, May 10. William I).
Haywood, first ot tho alleged partici
pants In the avenging conspiracy by
which it It averred the assassination ot
Frank Steuncnbctg was plotted and ex
ecuted, was placed upon trial for his
llfo yesterday. Countel tor state and
pritoner entered at once, In business
like way, upon tho examination ot
prospective Jutow, and kept steadily at
uio ui iui live uoura. .iu juiur win
finally accepted, but substantial pro
gress was made, and Uio Indications at
tho close cf the tctMlon were that ajury
could bo obtained by the end ot next
Tho opening day ot tho trial went
through to Its conclusion in quiet hat
mony, uumatred by unusual incident.
It was foment and butlnces-llko.
Its striking feature was tho entire
absence ot crowds or demonttatlou in
any form. At no time, morning or
afternoon, was the. court room mora
than half tilled, and tho streets. form
ing tho court house squruo contained
not n tingle loiterer. The case was
halted shortly before 6 o'clock by the
exhaustion of tho jury pnnol, and an
adjournment was taken until Monday
morning. Meantime, the sheriff will
summon a special venire of 100 men.
The 11 men under examination but
not yet finally accepted or lejected,
were locked up under close guard.
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OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
IX . - , . . , ,.
CROP OUTLOOK GOOD. j WATER IN PLENTY.
WILL SPEND BILLION.
SAN FRANCISCO CARS RUN.
Heavily Guarded, Two Make Trip of
About Six Miles.
San Francisco, May 9. Tho police
for the first time since the commence
ment ot the ttrtttcar strike furnished
actual protection yesterday afternoon
for two of the United Railroads' cars
manned by 21 strikebreakers, and as a
result of this protection these cars were
run over sis miles ot track without the
firing ot a shot.
Four men, one of them a strikebreak
er and the other three members of the
Electrical Workers' unicn were injured.
There was intermittent hurling of mis
siles by union crowds at various points
along the route and for two or three
miles a mob ot at least 1,000 men and
boys ran with the cars, yelling, calling
epithets, daring the nonunion men to
get off the cars and fight and cheering
vociferously whenever for one cause or
. another the cars were brought tempor
arily to a stop.
After tbo return to the carhout e at
the general offices at Oak and Rroderick
streets, Mr. Mullslly stated that ears
will be operated again today. He
thought it best not to divulge the start
ing time or give the route In advance.
A majority of the strikebreakers who
manned the cars came from Kentucky.
Of the thirty odd persons who were
shot or otherwlto wounded In Tuesday's
pitched battles on Turk street, four aro
expected to die. This would increase
the number of deaths r five, as James
Walsh died Tuetday i if t. Many of
me others among I tie injured have
been removed to their homes.
A ancefNot Aimed at America.
Paris, May 0. M. Kurino, the Jap
anese minister, stated that the series of
treaties between Great Britain, France,
Russia and Japan, guaranteeing the
territorial ttatus quo in the Far East,
implied an agreement. to prevent other
countries from acquiring territory there.
He denied that Ihe entente was In any
way aimed at the United States, adding:
"Japan, in spite of the San Franciscc
Incident, lias always been most symna
tbetic to tho United States because she
was the first to treat the Japanese peo
ple on a looting oi equality."
Railroads to Make Great Effort
Catch Up With Traffic.
Chicago, May 10. American tail
wavs will tnend durlncthe nrrwont vrwr
"?.uo! nearly 11,000,000,000 in, an extraordl-
nary effort to secure tuthclent equip
ment in which tc transport the traffic
ot the country, sufficient power to keep
thst equipment moving, and sufficient
rails for both the equipment fcand tho
power to run on.
It is estimated that, it tho manufac
turers are equal to tho test, between
340,000 and 360,000 freight cars will
bo added to tho tctal equipment ot the
railways ot tho United States, fully
6,000 pnttenger coachct will bo built
and over 6,000 locomotives will bo
added to the tteam power which is now
available to the railroads. These fig
ures mean that every shop and every
plant where these utensils of rommcrco
are manufactured roust tun day and
night in the United States, in Canada
and in Mexico, and that some of tho
tteel mills in other lands will get a
lubstantial reflex of this prosperity.
Fall and Spring Wheat In Harney Are
In Excsllont Condition.
Hums Prospect aro good for tho
largest crop of grain, grass and fruit
produced since cultivation began in
Harney county. There Is more acreage
in grain .than ever before. Roth full
and spring wheat aro receiving nttcn
tion from the fanners, who detlto to
tee which Is tho most ptoductive, to mo
ot tho farmers contending fall gtnlu
does not do well hero. So fur, how
ever, It has been a success.
Tho sagebrush land cultivated for tho
first time lait year will produco good
crcps It farmers will cultivate the soil
as they do In other successful agricul
Tho natlvo grss Is better than for
several years, and there will lo plenty
of feed for the stock this summer. The
hay crop will be larger than last year,
and with Uic fodder left over from latt
winter insures plenty of feed for the
rruit trees are in a healthy condi
tion, and at present there Is good pros,
pects for a Urge crop of fruit. IjisI
fall several collections ot fruit wero
tent out of this county to show what
could be produced Iicre, and all was
pronounced of first class quality.
No Peace From Strikes.
San Francisco, May 10. There it
no peace In sight for atrike-harrarscd
San Francisco. Despite tho vigorous
and unremitting eiiorts ol the peace
makers, comprising citizens' commit
tees appointed to bring employers and
employes together on some middle
ground, no conclusion or declilon has
been arrived at and no concessions have
been intimated out of which compro
mising might grow cr settlements bo
The executiro committee of tho com
mittee of 60 appointed by Mayor
SchmlU held a secret meeting yester
day afternoon and at its conclusion re
futed to make any statement. It is
understood, howoter, that a plan for
submission to the whole committee was
Robbers Trailed Into Butte.
Rutte, Mont., May 10. Two men
who are believed lo bo the North Coast
train robbers have been trailed from
the summit of the continental divido to
a point on the flats below Rutte, where
the trail was lost. Their description
corresponds so ranch with that of tho
two bandits, oven to tho footprints
found In the snow, that the officers aro
almost positive they aro the fugitives.
It was announced at the Northern
Paciflo office tonight that the reward
offered for the capture ot the two nion
has been raised to 15,300.
Dakar Wants Batter Rates.
Salem Raker City Is preparing to
make an effort to secure through Uio
Oregon Railroad commission to secure
changes In railroad rates which will
make Raker tho distributing center for
a largo section of Fa item Oregon.
Definite plans havo not been made and
tho Raker City commeruial Interests
havo not determined just what they
want, but W. F. Rutchcr, a prominent
attorney, was In Salem a few days ago
conferring with the commission and as
certaining the procedure It will bo nec
essary to follow. As soon as Raker
City gets ready to present its case it
will begin a movement of some kind for
Large Irrigated Tract In Baker County
Raker City The placing upon the
market ot a largo tract ot laud lying
northeast of this city and owned by the
linker Irrigation comuiny, murks one
of the greatest stop In tho piogress ot
the metroiolls ot Eastern Oregon. The
opening of this body ot land to purvhss.
ers Is an event that has been awaited
with Interest by n large number of
homeseekera of Raker City and vicinity,
who havo been watching tho progress
ot the Irrigation ditch since work com
menced on it about 18 months ago.
The canal hemls in the Powder river
about eight miles south of Raker City,
and after following the tortuous contour
of the valley and the hlllsid for a dlt
tancoof 12 miles, imchcs the ret cr voir
site, one mile east of this city. Along
a good portion of the mountain side
above South Ua peer the canal has, at
great expanse, been cut Into tho solid
rook, thus ohrlatlng tho utu of the
cheaper but temporary wooden lluttie.
The company list not ernrcd any ex
pense to provldo apslntt any accident
that would deprive It of the water at
the cr It toil tcrlod of Irrigation work.
arid at otic point near Button creek a
long lino of rlumo has been dispensed
with by making an Immense fill of
FIXTURES BY THE POUND.
Teach Raiting of Fruit.
Salem Tho rudiments of horticul
ture in the rural school, to bo taught at
a branch or sldo line from Uio regular
studies, and to occupy tho tame Im
portance to the country school as man
uel training does to the city school?, la
tho Innovation that President W. K.
Nowell, of the state board of horticul
ture, is striving to Introduce into Uio
public school tyttem ol the state! At
every opportunity ho is acquainting tho
patrons ol trie different districts with
the practicability ot and advantages to
bo gained from his theory. Teachers'
Institutes in tho valley glvo hltn es
Scouring Mills 8tart Up.
Pendleton With an incteated foreo
ot workmen and new and added ma
chinery the Pendleton scouring mills
has begun the 1007 season's run of
eight months' duration. Manager
Judd, wlio recently arrived hero from
lilt Homo In lloston, predicts a hard
run thit year and an increase In the
manufacture of woolen goods at this
place to supply Uio eastern demand for
western made stock. An extra night
thlft will start to work In about a
Immigration Board's Plans.
New York, May 0. The committee
appointed by President Roosevelt, Vice
President Fairbsnks and Speaker Can
non to investigate all the phases of the
problem if immigration has decided to
extend its work to Uie leading emigra
tion cities of Europe and lias made ar
rangement to sail from Boston May 18
for the Mediterranean on the steamer
Omaha Building Collapses.
Omaha, May 0. A six story building
at Ninth and Leavenwoitn streets, oc
cupied by Parlin, Orendorff A Marlin
company, wholesale 'farm implements,
collapsed this morning, the walls fall
ing niward. The proprtey loss, which
cannot yet be estimated, is heavy.
The employes iiad not reported for work
and no one was injured.
Undesfrsbles Will Parade.
Chicago, May 10. The Chicago sym
pathisers of Mover and Haywood, tho
accused officials of tho Western Federa
tion of Miners, decided tonight to hold
a parade Sunday, May 18, as a protest
against President Roosevelt's utterances
regarding tho union officials. Every
man who participates in trie parade will
wear a button bearing tho words "un
Relations to Continue.
Guatemala, May 10. Tho president
oi uustemaia, wnen questioned today
by a representative of the Associated
Press concerning the report Uiat diplo
matic relations between Guatemala and
Mexico had been terminated, eald the
report was unfounded.
British Aid to Jamaica,
London. May 0. The RrJtltii govern
ment hat decided to make Jamaica a
gift of $760,000 toatsist the inhabitants
of Kingston to recover from tho effects
of the recent earthquako.
Will Entertain Peace Conferepce.
The Hague, May 10 The lower
houso of parliament yesterday voted
140,000 for Uie reception of the dele-
gates to the second peace conference.
Big Cheese Factory for Lorana.
Lornne The cheese factory to be
started during May by E. II. Crow will
De an important industry to this com
munity and county. The milk of about
200 cows will bo used at once, which
will bring a return of from $1,200 to
$2,000 a month to tho owners. For
tho present, the products of Uie factory
will be handled through tho local
New Hospital for Eugene.
Eugene Eugene Is to have a new
hospital on College hill to cost approx
imately $20,000. Tho building will bo
of wood, and bids will be received at
once for construction, It will bo known
as tho Eugono Gonoral hospital. The
corporation contlits of about 16 doctors
of Lane county and a few Eugeno citi
zens. Gold Strike at Rooster Rock.
Albany A gold strike is reported
near Rooster Rock, a well known land
mark on Iho Willamette Valley & Cas
cade Mountain wagon road, near the
Uppor Soda resort, which Is 67 miles
east of Albany. Home very rich orj It
tsid to have been found, but the extent
oi me discovery lias not been learnod.
Close Bridge for Repairs.
Oregon City The Circuit court lias
closed the big suspension bridge that
spans tho Willamette river at Oregon
Lily to teams and wairons. allowlnu
pedestrians to pats over. Extensive re
pairs will be commenced at onco and
rushed as fast as possible.
Baker Wins for Inspector.
Salem Labor Commissioner O. P.
Ifoff lias appointed Edward Trumbull,
of Salisbury, Raker county, a factory
Inspector. Ho is a foreman In a plan
ing mill and is familiar- with machin
State to Make Own Light.
Salem Tho board of capltol building
commlMlonrrs has called fer proposals
for supplying the state liittltutiont at
Salem with electric light after March
100$, when the present contract with
tho Portland Genoral Electric company
will expire. Propcmls mutt be sub
mitted by Juno 4 . Ill case the state
cannot secure satisfactory term a plant
will be installed at the penitentiary.
and tho ttate will make its own elec
tricity for tho capltol, prison, atyluiii,
blind school, mute school, reform school
and asylum farm.
Donates Books I State Library.
Salem Mrs. Cleveland Rockwell, of
Portland, has donated to the state li
brary a sit of 30 volume of Reports of
tho United States Coast and Geodetic
Surveys, showing the sweep of the cunt
of Oregon and Washington and tho
Columbia river. Tho books wero a
rt of the library of the lato Cleve
land Rockwell who took a deep Interest
In the coast survey work.
Meeting Demsnd for Brick.
Albany With a view to avoiding tho
brick famine, which prevailed In this
city latt tummer, J. H. Morgan, ot
Albany, is burning two kilna of 300,-
000. brick each. Of this amount he
has orders for -10,000 brick for building
in Albany and surrounding towns, ami
It planning to burn another kiln of
Keystone State Capltol Grafters Mutt
Face Criminal Charges.
HatrUlinrg, I'a., May 7. Civil ami
criminal suits will 1m Lnmght by At
torney (lenenil Todd against thoeo re
tpnutlhle for tho state capltol tvntidal.
A complete Hit of tho defendants will
not be known until tho Inquiry It com
pleted. The commission will hold no
more public testloni until utter the
legislature adjourns on May It).
At the cnmmltsloii cannot llnlth lis
work In time to re-ort to the pieaenl
legislature, ns provided In the resolu
tion creating that body, the Inveetlgn
tors will tend a loport to Uio genrial
attembly which will simply bo an an
iiouncement that tho inquiry Is Iticotu
pletu and it rcqiu-l that lis time ln ex
tended indefinitely, and that It U au
thorised to makn Its rejHirt to Governor
Stuart when ready,
The suits will lie luted on tho testi
mony thowlng that the contractor col
lected from tho state (or 762 thormo
stiit and Installed only 303, and on the
suMltutlon ot domestic for Imivnmt
glatt and an Inferior glass for Tiffany
favrlls. The testimony alto shows thst
whllo tho more elaborate of tho $2,000
worth of lighting fixture was to be
mercuilal gold, the hulk of those In
stalled were merely lacqteicd, the lat
ter process cooling one-tenth tho prlre
of the former. All these ilituict were
supplied to tho Ut at a cost ot $4. 56
FIGHT TO A FINISH
San Francisco Railroads and Car
men Keluso All Overtures,
POLICE FORCE IS INADEQUATE
Mayor, However, Declares Depart
ment Is Competent to Cope
With the Situation.
GRAFT IN KANSAS CITY.
Investigation to Begin, Conducted by
Kansas City, Mc, May 7. Tomor
row morning tho bfard of olleo com
missioner will begin their promise)
Investigation ot chaigrs ot police cor
ruption. Tho probablo advent In Kan
tat City within the next week or toot
Governor Folk, who has practically
said ho would come hern and take a
hand personally In Uie Investigation,
gives promise of sensational disclosure.
ror a long time allegations have
been made that graft wat commonly
It hts been charged that It extended
all the way from the pioiictloiiof elty
criminals to the covering up for a eon
tldorallon ol the graver crimes of mur
ders, and dangerous crooks shielded,
and appointments made at the behest
of certain factions to pay political debit.
Chief of Police Hayes ha rcpenttdly
raid Uiat ho courted an Investigation of
his department, slid ho his oftrrcd to
glvo the governor snd the police com
missioners all aid at his command.
READY FOR TRIAL.
Wheat Club, 78c;
valley, 77o; led, 76c.
Oats No. 1 white, $20;
Ryo $ 1.46 1.60 per cwt.
Rarlcy Feed, $22.60 per ton; brew
ing, $23; rolled, $23.6024.60.
Corn Wholo. $26; cracked. $20 rer
Hay Valley tlmoUiy. No. 1. $18
10 per ton; Eastern Oregon timothy,
$1810i clover. $0: cheat. $: irraln
Fruits Strawberries, Oregon, 12
16c pound; apples, $10$2.6O per box.
Vegetables Turnips, $11.26 nor
tacit; carrois, sitgi.SD per tack; beets,
$1.251.60 per sock; caulillower, $1
1.26 por dozen; lettuce, head, 3646c
per doxon; radii lies, 20c vr dozen;
atporagut, 10c per pound; rhubarb, 4c
Onions Oregon, $2.803 nor hun-
Potatoes Oregon, $1.8532 per sack:
now potstocs, 8c pound; sweet pota
toes, flc per pound.
Rutter Fancy creamery, 20(322$c
Ruttor Fat First grndo cream, 21c
per pound; second grade cream, 2o loss
Poultry Avorsgo old liens, 16o
per pound; mixed ohickons, 1615jfc;
spring fryer and broilers, 22)$25o;
old roosters, 010c; dretsod chickens,
10Q17o; turkeys, live, 1316c: tur
keys, dressed, choice, 1820u; geeso,
llvo, 8c; young ducks nominal, old
ducks, If) Q 18c.
Eggs 18o jicr dozen.
Veal Dretsod, 6)8c nor nound
Reef, Drcssod bulls, 44io per
pounu; cows, 0(30; country steere,
Mutton Diostcd, fancy, 1010Hc
por pound; ordinary, 00o; spring
lambs, with pelts, OQlOc.
Pork Preened, 00o por pound.
Hops flOOo per nound, ncordlmr to
Wool Kostorn Oregon nvcrauo best.
1610c per pound, lie-cording to shrink
ago; valley, 20Q2R-, according to fine
ness; mohair, choice, 2030o per
Lawyers, Witnesses snd Reporters
Occupy All Available Rooms.
Roltc, Iila., May 7. I'laetlenlly every
avallahlo room In Koito, the mpllnl
city of Idaho, hat been reserved for
lawyers, witnesses, or nowspsper mwi
In attendance lo the rouit which will
try William Htywood 011 thvehargo ot
the murder of former governor Frank
Steiinrnborg. While there Is llttlo or
1111 puniic uiscussion 01 ine cite, 1110
undercurrent ol Interest runt strong,
ami every Incoming train brlngt addi
tions to the very largo number ot tvople
connected witn 1 lie case wlio are al
ready on tho ground.
Tltat thorn might bo some delay has
been dissented by ttalerm-nts emanat
ing from both sides. Clarence Durrow.
cf Chicago, and E. F. Rlehardtcn, of
Denver, Jointly leading rotitirol for Urn
detente of Haywood, liavo both stated
that they are ready for trial. Coiinsul
for tho prosecution, James It, Hawley,
and Senator W. E Rorah, who have
oeen erigagwi specially, are of tho opin
ion Uiat there will bo no further delay.
Han Francisco, May 11. Tho street
car strike lint developed Into n light tn
a tlnlsh. Neither side I willing to ac
cept arbitration mid the olllicnt' com.
mlltce appointed to secure Industrial
hiico havo U'i'il unable to ilnd any
lutsls of settlement. It hat been de
monstrated that the present pollen (nrvi
I Inadequate and that ttrunger mes
urea will bo mvesraiy to Insure a gen
mil resumption of service, If the strug
gle Is roniluotcd on present line.
The wish )(tcrly of tl.o lulled
Hallway olllolaU was to run a tiling
of ears (torn the Uirn nt Oak and llful
crick Ihrnogh the burned district ami
north on Mnlkrt tlievt to the feriy
building, but tho conriit of tho i-dlee-
ileinrlineiil eon hi not bo obtained. An
a compromise two cart wwe run nt far
Into tho Imriifd distil! at 1-arkln
street, Ulng oimratcd 011 Oak, Hlnli)an,
Page, IVvInuIkmi and Hotter street.
Thlt nrnte Wat coveted twite. On the
lint trip iHMinled itlre acted aa out
riders, and mom tlisu tone of itnil
men nli In aiitniiitibllw, mt no vio
lence was ofTetcd by the crowd.
On the teVund trip Ihe mooriM mil
ccr were withdrawn a an exierlmeiit.
to determine the trnijK-r ot tho crowds.
Missiles were hurled limn buildings
ami several persons weie Injured.
All assistant to President MuUally
said tdty ho had several hundred
strikebreaker motormeii snd coudiic
tois, quartered In the eoiiiiny's barns,
and that thev are competent to oirat
practically the entire ttreetmr ttstem.
Mayor Hehiiiltt said the pollen deirt
uieii "I coniNteiit to toM with this
situation." Chief of Police Dluaii said
his men will preserve order. Mean
time the immilatioti ot Fan Pmncltoo Is
deprived of a treelcar service, and sub
jected to the alternative nt walking or
jnylng live prices for a w spoil service.
Itrdncod to an arittunetlml attteet,
Ihe problem Is tlmplv Hilt- If 60 (to
lien are required tonffonl snfn conduct,
to two streetcars dally over six mill of
track when no passenger aro carried,
Ihiw shall 200 cnis m o-emte. In t
senger trsllle ever 80 mile of tmekn
with 11 total force of only 700 police,
not iiHiie limn half of whom eau bn on
duty continually' That the miming of
two or threneataa day may eoostllule.
tim entire ttieeUwr x-rvlro fur a elty of
300.000 iHxiplu for an Indefinite time i
perfectly apimtent u 11 less an adequate,
protective fn 1 co It teppllcd.
Peace for South America'
Now York, May 7. Tho Tribune
esysj Andrew Curncglo, loading ex
ponent of Uio peaco propaganda In tills
country, thinks ho lias sol red tho long
standing problem ol bringing perma
nent peace to tho comUitlvo renubllca
01 jjuin America, jiir. Uirnegle lias
apinlntod Dlelrtu Mcndoza, ex-inlnlttor
of Colombia at Washington, lo vitlt
uie republics on a peaco mission. Ho
will to accompanied by Professor W. H.
Shepherd, of Columbia university.
Honor Mendoza, It Is said, will recolvo
a salary of $20,000 a year and expenses.
President's Words Denounced.
Mobile, Ala., May 7. The Socialists
of this olty snd surroundlm? nlun
held a Inrgoly attondod moetlnir ut
rairnopo, a single lax colonv. odav.
Tho president's statement ns to the
undcslrablllty of Moyor, Haywood and
Pettlbono wore donouncod,
Los Angeles Fesrs Strike.
Los Angeles, May 7. 1'rotneots for
a local tesmttoiH strike which last
night up poured oncournulmr have mnl-
denly taken a turn In tho opposite ill
reel Ion and thoro Is a possibility of a
ftrlous strlko In tho immedlato future
wiiu many umer oraiicncs 01 laoor in-1 number ot men recruited
WlTM. J agents In thlt oily.
Stung to Dtath by Ants,
Puerto Cortes, Honduras, May 11.
Americans arriving here rerort that the
Guatemalan government Is eommlttlHg
unspeakable outrages and atrocities.
hven women and rhlldien am not Iwlnu
sirred. A family of 10 win tiinim.t
by Guatemalan soldier mar Guatemala
City bv order of the government, when
Joso Olevora Incurred Its hostility
through jmlltiral activity, Ahltt Creo
care, one of Cabrcn't political opjx
nents, near Livingston, was tied to a
stako In the middle of a hill of oolwin.
out ants, which stung hltn to ilraUi.
Deep Hnow In Wyoming.
Iimrule. Wvo.. Mnv lli.in.
darn a mow hat raged in Iho Southern
w jwuiinK iiiuuniaiut, ami snow Is .ev
en feot deep on a level. Hlnce April 16
tho tun has not shone, and the storm
has notcuiied a moment. The temper
ature has been between zero and 10 de
grees below during that time. It Is thtv
most remarkable storm Hist ever visit
ed Uio Wyoming mountains.
Unrett In India Is Growing,
Lahore. India. Msv 11. Tim wdiii.
cal utirtst hero Is assuming gravel pro-
ixiiiioiia, iiiuaiiiiioriuci are drafting
mmHioi an nuns, aim liavo Issued .
proclamation prohibiting meetings of
every kind. A sensation wat caused
today by tho arrest of a prominent law
yerlnlho I'unjuub. Ho was Immedi
ately deported to another province.
Fire Lots of Hslf a Million,
Now York, May 11 Fire rained a.
lost estimated at 1600.000 innlul.t !
1... 1. ..un . .., .. '"""'"
,.iu muiiiing ni nixui aveiiuo nnd Thir
teenth street occupied by Hheppard,.
hnnpp A Co., denleis In furniture and
carriols. .Many oriental rugs wero destroyed.
More Strlkebreskers on Way.
Denver, Moy 11. Six carloads ot
ttrlkehreokers on tholr way to San
Francisco pattod through Donver over
tho Union Paclila railroad this after
noon. They woro lolnod hero bv n.