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NEWS OF THE WEEK
In n EniuIensHiI rorm Jnr Our
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINhOTS
A lloiume of ttio Lai Important but
Not Late Interesting Events
of that Pt Wek.
'Pin French striker nrn returning
lu work very slowly mill reluctantly.
Tint preannl revolt In China lit ho
nored in Imvu been organized In
A terrorist bomb thrown nt l,ndz,
Itusnln, killed .twit detective Mini
wounded Mvn other.
'I'll tt iiNKnaalli who killed
dent llurlllnn, of Mexico,
(iilialn hounded hi HI to It.
Three iii on mndu n Imlloon vnyngii
from Washington, I) C, to 1 turrlH
ImrK. I'". SOU hiIIi'h, In l',4 hour.
Tho government will noon begin
mill lo forcn llnrrlinnii to It'll m hut
Iih known concerning thu Alton stock
An itarthiiinki In China In report
mI to hnvn klllcil I.DOO people Mint
Infl I In i ii in n il more destitute mill
It In iilil Ihn Htaniliird Oil Com-
tniiy I ho busy fighting ton court
mill li'Klslatiire tlml It Iihh iio tlmo
now for politic.
Japanese residents of Toklo iln
uintid Hint their Koveriiitient tnkti no
tion regarding ttio diplomatic rola
Hon with Chlnii mid thu United
John V. (lute who hint J lint re
turned to Now York from tho South
well, Miy tho damage; to whent doe
not esceed 6 ptir cunt Cotton Ik flam
aged woiiiHwhiit luori', on account of
Thd iiuiiiii of tho Imliy I'rlnro of
Hpnlu linn been entered on thu roll
of ii regiment, ntiil ho wear tho
number of It In Kohl pinned on IiIk
Mil. A room In tho Imrrnck Ik r
nerved for him n thu liiicut recruit
ueu Victoria t doing well.
Tho lloiiilurnii National Lottery
Company, of Wilmington, Dol , mir
coaanr of thu Louisiana lottery Com
puny, Iiiik surrendered for doatruc
Hon nil It book mul paraphernalia,
paid fine ngKregntlng 1281.000. mild
.it printing ilutit mul quit business,
ItliUllll, thu noted tiiindll linn been
ottered h pardon on condition thut lm
leave Morocco it ml llvn awiiy from
TuiiKler on h pension to liu paid him
liy thu government. A friend of
KiiIniiII proixiKiiii thnt hu niiiku n tour
of thu llrltliili nml American music
IiiiIIk. It U IkiIIkvi'iI thnt ItliUllll lav-
sir Mitch n scheme,
A wntoraMiut In Kentucky did ISO,'
Kiirukl gnvo nnarly f.'iOO In tips to
Ilia Uuiengu liulcl employe wlirre ho
Ilnrrlnmii rntiunt borrow money
abroad, owing to attacks uu lil roads
Minnesota mny form n lengun with
other tntrii to light for slnto control
After n very fold nnd liaekwnnl
cprliitf, tho Knatoru Htntc flnnll Imvo
Lon('lioreiiirn to tho numlier of 1S,
000 returned to work on u foinpruiiiliu
with tho teniiiililp roinpnnlen.
All linemen emnloved hv tlio tele-
plionn eompnny In Hun Krnnoliro hnve
ntruck in y input liy with Hiu tclophoue
Ainsrlca't Aid lo Ilia tilarvlrifc Old
Qreat Good. ,
HI. I'eterKlnirK, Juno 4. -Tlio Uti.mlmi
fiiiiiliin couiiultti'ii lum iintlltixl Itn rep-
ronoutiitlve in Loudon nnd New Vurk
Hint Hi" tlinu Iiiik nrrlved to ceiimi nl
tntloii for fnrelKii ulncrliitlon, hi Jtua-
iln now Ii iiMo to enru tut livr own
I'flncn IivolT Rnyi Hint nmlstnnco
Kent to I'liiliind from (Irent llrltnlu nml
tlio Uiiltml Hliiten lum dona llieitliiuildo
k'ood nnd Iuik hccii u mlnlity wuiipou to
turcu tlio Ituxliui Kovnriiiuiint to do lt
duty. With tlio Intent Douiiiii niroir.
iitloim, the rt !) (,'lvi-n iy tlio Ktnto totnli
HT.OOO.dio, of whlrli 10,000,000 will ho
iinviiieu id iiKiilliitf Ilia "Curvy lu Urn
priulncn nnd nUnwhero. nnd In inuiii.
tullilliK ontlliK plneeK, Tlienu entitle
piuci'K ni pri-Kimt iiiiinlinr 3U,00U nml nro
feeding S,n()0,U00 pcoplo.
I'rlucii LvolT inlil tlio outlook for thu
Imrvi'Kt In fcntrnl llumln win tlio inixt
limiiiltlnj; of n (loti'ti yenrR iint. Tlmro
linil leeu n plentiful rnlnfnll nml tvm
jHirnturo liud heon oicellont for tlio
NEWS FROM THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
8TF1IKEBHEAKEH USES QUN.
COHUI I IUNS WILU SOON CHANGE
DALLOON HIT UY LIQHTNINQ.
Italian Armr Captain Falli 700
Uotora Qia of Crowd.
Itomo, Juno 4. A trnle Incident
look plnra .In no I during n review of
tlio troopt hy Jnjr Victor Ktnnnunl nnd
(ueeii lleleim. A n pnrt of tint inniiouv
era n mllltnry Imlloon wta tent up to n
lirllil of 700 feet with CnpUIn Uillvolll
III Hid cnr. A atorin which Imd heen
comlUL' up hunt auddcnlv nnd tho thou.
Minda of upeetntiiri worn horrlfloil to eo
n llnah of lluhtnlne; atrlko thn lirtfj of
the? Imlloon. Tliern waa nn rnurmoui
liurat or llninea nml n terrific iletoiti
Hon nml tlio cojlnptml Imlloon with Hi
ilmililliiK cnr fell to tlio oarth, a mllo
from thn arena of tlio review.
Cruwda of people, nfoot nn.l In nuto.
liiohllea nml other eonveyancea, rualied
in tho illrectlou where tho Imlloon hnd
fnlleii. C'nptnln t'lllvclll waa found
nlhe, hut uiieunaeloua. Ho wna plnred
lu nn nutiiinohiln nnd rualied to n lioa
pltnl, whern ho died without regaining
Klni; Victor Kuinnuel and tlio mill
tnry nullioritlea went to tlio hoajdtnl
nfter tlio review lu Imjulro concerning
Hie Injured man.
Canadians Uay Japaneia Laborer Will
Uoon Laave United blatei,
Ottawa, Out, June 0 A report
received at the department of trade
nnd commerce from Alexander Mc
Lean, Canada'a agent to Japan, gives
a presi omnion that within a short
time the United .Stales will have more
ililliculty in ohtainiiiK labor from Ja
pan iiiau it lias now lit keeping Jap
auric laborers out.
'1 here I a growing demand for
Japaiieie laborers from almost all the
countries of South America nml from
Hawaii, which iiromUcK, with the de
mand for men for the development of
lorca ami .Maucnuria, to absorb the
whole of Japan's supply of laborers.
wiimii ine last lew iiioutlis Hie emi
grant companies who deal with Jap
anese labor as an exoort commodity
have Idled contracts in Mexico for
HUHVfcYH IN OKEQON.
Government to Map Hull Run, Ksrby
and Uutter Crack Ifrgion.
WnHhlngton, Juno 7 -Tho Hecro
(nry of tho Interior Iiiik nnnrnved of
tho plniiH for topogrnphlc nurvcyri In
Oregon nnd tho allotment of fund,
for carrying out tho hihiio. Thu work
of thu Kciirioii contomplntcn tho imr
voy of tho cojmtry tiurroiinillng tho
noiirco of I'ortlnnd'M wntcr mipply In
tho Hull Kim and Cnitcndo forciit ro
mtvi'k, Including n pnrt of Mount
llood, Tho RlirVL'y Will coviir nn nrn.-i
of 1200 aijunro mile. Thin untlro
country will ho gurvuyod nnd mnpped
on n Inrgo scalo, tho t-ntlro work to
Another Ktirvl'V will bn mmln nt
Ihii Kcrby country, weL of Grant'
I'nna, lying In thn Hlsklyou forest ro-
sorve, In Southern Oregon. Thin
mirvoy will cover nhout 000 aqunro
ml lea nnd cost IC0O0.
A third tonogrniihlc survey will
cover a trnct of tho country on tho
south hank of tho Columbia Klver
along tho Umntlllu Itlvur nnd Iluttvr
Creek, west of 1'cndlcton. Tim Nn.
tlonnl Government linn allotted $3C00
for this work nnd tho Ktnto will ex-
penii 1 2 &00 nddltlonnl, under Statu
Knglneer J. II. Lewis, Tho purposo
of thin iturvey la to detcrmlno tho Ir
rlgutlon posslbllltlei of this pnrtlcu-
NoOraxIng Fees for 1007.
Wnahlngton, Juno 8. From cor
respondence received nt tho Hurenu
of Forestry, there appenra to be
some tulsunderatandlni: ns to tho
HAS TITIAN'S "HT JEROME"
JiiiianoKo niercliniita who apenk both
Hunlli nnd Lngliah nro slendily ox
tending tlielr truiln In thu larger eltlea
of tho west conat of Houth Aiuorlcn,
In thn poorer district of Cliicitro
real, pork mid mutton nro entirely out
of tint market nnd only thn jniorer cuts
of beef can bo readied by tho con
aiumcra, Thu Kngllah govornmont has prom
Jaed rollof for uvlctod Irish tenanta,
mid nlan eilucntlon. In Toturn for tho re
jection of thu Iriah bill by thu Nntlon
nlUt convention nt Dublin.
Pidegntea of thu rrourh snllnra Imvo
advised thorn to return to work, pond
ing a promised Hottlemont of tholr do
iiuiuda. lu sidto of this, howovor, 3,000
strikers nt ilavro liavo voted to con
tlnuo thu strike,
Tho Dutch L'ovorninortt hns forbidden
a iiioutlng of uiinroliiHts nt liottordum,
Chlciigu conauiuors nro forced to pny
nu nilvuiicj) of 1! cent n pound In tho
jirico oi iieor.
Itlehnrd Crokor, or-boss of Now York,
la netlvo In Irolnnd, mid it is said ho
-wuiii to ontor I'arilnmont.
Mobs stoned tho hnuso of a Cathollo
jirlost In Clovolnml for oiproailng son--tlmonts
dlHjilonalng to thorn,
Homo Is colcbrntlnpr the granting f
-tho constitution, tho birthday of rone
Tins X nnd tho doath of aarlbnldl.
A Toxns pnssongor train was derailed,
olthor by wrookorii or n broken rail,
nnd ono man killed And teveral fatally
St. Louis Msn Oot Priceless Old
fainting for Mere Pittance,
Ht. Louis. Juno 4 IMward Helta, of
Kt. Loula, believes ho lina Identlded n
minting ho luirclmxil n yenr ngo for
lea thnn 100 n the famous "Ht.
Jeronin" pnlnted lit-Titian nbout 1631.
Nn truce of tho painting has been had
since nbout IflW. Hells iiurclm.ed Ilia
iilcliirn from Allison K. Htewnrt, a Ht.
Irfiiiis mining engineer, In whom it was
given In WOO by n pndro In tlio moun
tains of llnndurna nfter Hlewnrt hnd
given him n liberal olreriiii! of silver.
Tho painting Itself ahows It Is very
old. The canvas Is hnnd innilo and filled
with red clay, nfter the customs of the
llennlaannco period. Ht. IOula nrtlsts
any tho painting bears soveral defects
peculiar to Titian's work. They cstb
mate thn vnluo of tho painting, If It Is
tho Titian "Ht. Jerome," to bo nbout
Put Ties On S. P. Track
Han J ixc, Cat., Juno 4. An attempt
to wreck tlio early morning trnln be
tween this city nnd 8.in I'mikIsco wns
thwnrted yesterday by the fortunate
discovery, shortly beforo S o'clock, of n
large pllo of ties on tlio Southern Pa
cific, track, nt n ixiint near Hantn
Clnrn. Also a rail hnd been loosaned,
mid hnd not tho discovery been umdo
Just in time, n frightful wreck almoat
certainly would hnvo reaulted. Olllcors
nro busy In nu nttempt to run down tho
criminal ami two nrrests have been
m iulc, tho men In custody being tramps.
Lawyers Ura;e Prosecution of Harrl
man, but Commission Is Divided.
Washington, Juno 5. Homo definita
eoiieluaion la to bo reached during tho
coming week in regnrd to tho courso toj
bo taken by Hie Uovernumnt in tlio
diKHtaitlon of tlio caaa developed by
tho liitciatats Commerce Commission
Investigation into tho llnrrlman rail
road mergera, An lintKirtnnt confer
ence la to be held to cunaider thu (jura
tion nt tlio U'liltn 1 1 nil mi in tint week.
which will bo ntt led by tho 1'resl- .rlKli(i of settlor to grnro stock on.
dent, tlm member of the Interatato forest reserves created by tho I'ren-
foiniiierce ('oinmUnluii, Mcaars. Kellogg ''nt on .Marcli z nnd 4 or this year,
nnd Hovernnee, siecial couinel fori1"'10 Beoretnry of Agrlcultiiro Issued
tint Cuuiiulaaiou, and Attorney General rder permitting nil pornonn who
HonnKirte. hnd heretofore used tho range In tho
At present Mr. lloosovclt Is undo-"ow,y created resorves to continue
elded nUut what shnll bo done. llo,,,lu ' "' '""o during tho sonson of
tin received ndvlro frmn somo sources ',307 without permit from tho I)e
urglng that Mr. Ilnrrimnn bo nrow- l'rtinent nnd without pnyment of n
euted, while other officials of tho (Jov K"xiK '. "xt season the rnngo
eriiment have taken the iiositlon that '" "o new reserves will bo con
iich n prosecution could not bo sue,"I,l',, ''' ,ne Dopnrtment nnd only
cexfullv mrrini .(. H,. tnr ii... t Isticli stock can be Krnzed ns Is nutli-
dciit has not git en nny indication ns to tXwA by tho Forest Service, At tho
Opsns Fire on Unionists Who Were
Following Him About.
Han I'ranciseo. Juno 3 W. A
1 orgey, n strike breaker in tlio employ
of tho United Itallro.vls, wns shot nnd
fntnlly wounded nt Vnn Ness nvonuo
lunl 'lurk street nt 11 o'clock Hnturdny
night by Hpoclnl Officer W. J. Ulom
berg, of tho llumano Hoeiety. Forgey
pencil lira ou n crowd of striko sym
pathizers who had rceognlrcd him and a
companion as strlko-bronkiug carmen,
nnd who had pursued tho two rnon for
Hlornbcri; took un tho chase, nttemnt-
Ing to nrruat Forney, nnd returned the
inner -a urn witn ratal results,
liurlnc tho fusillade Thomas Htnek.
structural ironworker, was shot In the
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leg. i-orgcy is dying at tlio Central
Tho cars of tho United Ilallroadi
started nt 0 o'clock in tho morning nnd
the serriee was continued until 8:30
at night. This time. It 1 said, will bo
Krnuunny ciicnucu oy tna ena or next
week, when full service, with tba ex
ception of the owl runs, will havo been
resumed. Tho owl car will not be
placed in operation for some time. The
Fillmoro-strcet extension was started
yestordny, so that every line in the city
rcconairucioi sinco too nro was run
ning, 223 cars being operated, and, in
cluding students, about 000 men were
employed on them.
travel, as heretofore, Increased yes
terday, and tho receipts were Inrtr.tr
.i - .. . . .. t-
man on nny oiner uay sinco the strike
begnn. Tho company is carrying more
thnn Ifi0,000 passengers n day, nnd it is
ucnevi-u uy mo omeiais mat this num
ber will grow rapidly when tho hours of
service are extended.
REAL TRIAUS BEGUN
Haywood Jury Is Completed and
INDICTMENT READ TO PBISSNEK
Nearly All Farmers, Well Past Mlddla
Age Defense Dissatisfied at
Lack of Union Men.
how he regnrda the cnae. It I believed
he la not In favor of going any further
Mith thu crusnda ngnlust Mr. Ilnrri
aamu time, n nomlnnl grating fee
will be collected nt n rnto yet to be
fixed by tho Department, Hut for
thu present season grating In the re
Thn member of thn Intrratnto Comorv'" crt'ntVd ,nrch 2 nnd 4 wl!!.uo
ns ireu ns ii too rnnRO was mill n
part of tho open public domain.
merce C'onimiaslon nru nlso divided on
thn ipieatlnn of going after Mr, Ilnrri
mnn for nlleged violation of thn anti
trust law. Chairman Knapp is known
to consider tho cnae ns developed
agniuat Mr. Ilnrrimnn of such n char
acter Hint It would bo n matter of great
uncertainty ns to whether a conviction
could bn hnd. These views arc believed
to bn shnred by at least two other
member of tho Commission, though
they hnvo refused to stata their
Investigating Japanese Hlots.
Sail Francisco, June 6 United
Slates District Attorney Kobert T.
Devlin today took the testimony of
three Japanese who were in the Jap
anese rcitniirant ou Kolsoiu street
when that place was wrecked by a
nml) iccently. Their testimony was
coiillictiiig nnd tangled, but did not
lifter in essentials from that given
by two white witnesses examined last
Saturday Mr. Devlin expects to con
clude his investigation tomorrow,
Mr. Devlin is also investigating the
reported importation of lanaiiese ns
Ooldflald Men Organlxe.
tloldlleld, Nov., Juno 4 Tho busi
ness mvn nml mliirownor of Ooldfleld,
to tho number of ISO men, Imvo per
fected n permanent organization, to bo
known ns thn Industrial Asaoclntlou of
Nevada. Thn purpose, of tho organiza
tion Is to insure tho industrial peace of
tho stain nnd Its vnrlous camps. An
executive committee with wldo powers
wns elected. Tho roimnltteo will elect
nn executive, who will bo given n lib
eral salary, nnd dovoto his untlro timo
to thn lift airs of tho nasoclntlon, Tho
(Inldlluld branch is tho nucleus nnd nil
the camps of tho stato will form aux
Sultan' Troop Mutiny,
Tangier, Juno -L A sorlous mutiny
of tho Hiiltnn's troop nt Cnsn lllancn
lias broken out. Tho trouble nroso over
thn mm-pnymont of tho men, Tho mutt
nevrs attempted to secure goods lying
in tho Customhouse, but tho authorities
Hiicceoiled in provontlng this by paying
thn man half of tho nmoiint duo them.
Snow Falls In'Nuw York.
Now York, J.uno 4. Snow fell in Now
York Bundny. Tho flakes did not fall
all tho wny to thn pnvomonts, but, com
lug from n colder toninornturo, thoy
swirled nbout tho tons of tho skyscrap
ers, nnd bofnre dissolving nddod a nilil
winter touoh to tho most romnrknble
Juno thnt Now Yorkers havo known.
American Born In Foro'gn Land.
Home, Juno 4. Mrs. Grlscom, wife of
Lloyd 0. Qrlseom. the Ameriean Am-
baasador to Italy. gv birth to a mb
MB T..M O
V t HU. .
Censorship on Mall and New.
New Orleans, June 6. Passengers
arriving tonight on the steamer
Atulcin from Central American points
say mat what amounts to a censorship
ou the mails has been put into effect
in Guatemala. Under the new rule
they say that all mail must pass
through Guatemala City before tieing
distributed. The passengers also say
that newspaper-reading in public is
now curtailed, and that foreign news
papers arc frequently smuggled ashore
from incoming vessels.
Japan Is Misinformed.
Washington, June A. Surprise was
expressed here upon reading the To
kio storv of Tamil's dissnlisfnelinn
at the attitude of the United States In
the race troubles nt San Francisco.
Ollicials here can only conjecture that
there has not been a nuhlication In
Japan of all the official correspond-
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viiic- wiuiii, ii ii iicncvcii, wuiiiu ia-
vorably alfect public opinion toward
the United States.
Incraeso In Circulation.
Washington, Juno fi Tho monthly
circulation statement Issued Juno 1 by
the Comptroller of tho Currency showa
that nt tho close of business May 31,
1007, tho totnl circulation of National
bank note wns $001,010,030, which Is
nn increase for the year of 43,810,800,
nun jor i no inonia or f.,u.u,Ylu.
8urvey New 8ectlon.
Washington, Juno 4. Topographic
work on tho Mount Hakor quadrangle
nonr tho Cnnndlnn boundary In tho
Wnahlngton forest reserve will soon be
begun by llobert Muldrow, of tho Geo
New Rural Route.
Washington Rural Route No. J
lias been ordered established August
1 t Kcrby, Josephine County. Ore
"n, serving 409 people and 110 faml
More Water for Panama Canal.
Waahlngtou, Juno 5. In explanation
of thn cabled report from Panama of
thn extenalvo revision in engineering
estimates for tho Qatun dam nnd lake,
upon iiio sumciency or which tho sue
res of tho cntlro project depends, the
following stntement hns been issued by
thn Isthmian Cnnnl Commission: "Do-
tniled mirveys which hnvc been com
pleted on the Isthmus show that the
area of thn great (latun Iike will be
22X5 sipinre miles, or double tho estimate
mndo in the minority or loek-eannl ro
pnrt of tho board of consulting en
gineers." Forest Guards for Norihwett.
WnshlnL-ton, Juno 4. D. W. Meyers,
J. W. Kelso, Clarence J. Ingram, Clar
enco W. Jackson, O. C. Cottrell and
(JeorKO Ii, Ford hnve been annotated
forest minrd in tho Cascade foresL
Other guards appointed arot L. D. Ham
mock, Coquillo forest; Jesso Hewitt,
Hisklvoii forest- Drlnff A BinTor.)
Heppner forest; F. I. Pettlt, Fremont
forest; Mnurieo Hamilton nnd John
Know, Wnahlngton forest; J. 11. Rolen,
W. J. ltynn nml C. W. Kay, Ynklma
Captures Dritlsh Ssaler.
Wnahlngton, Juno 7. Tho Secre
tary of tho Treasury tins received n
telegram from Cnptnln Alnaworth, of
tho rovonuo cutter Rush, stating thnt
ho hnd seized tho Rrltlah sealing
schooner Chnrlottn O. Cox, which
wns found lllcgnlly catching seals In
Knlrwonther grounds, off Alnskn.
Tho Rush also roportcd tho pres
ence of Jnpnneao sealers In tho snmo
vicinity with n largo number of seal
skin on board. Tho Jnpnneso seni
ors, howovor, nro not subject to selr
uro outsldo of territorial waters.
Washington. Juno 7. Secretary
Tnft has briefly outlined his policy
In regnrd to tho reduction of tho
Knrrlsons In Westorn Army posts ns
follows; "It Is not proposed to re-
iinovo envniry from Fort Snolllng. So
rnr ns mo envniry nt Forts Asslnl-
uoino nnd Kcogh nro concornod. tho
nbsoncn of troops In Cuba nnd tho
necessity for concontrntlng sqund
rons at Fort Asslnlbolno nnd Kcogh."
FINES OIL COMPANY $1,023,000.
Missouri Corporation Convicted of
Violating Anti-trust Laws.
Austin. Texas. Juno 3. A turv ha
jounu mo naiers-rieree un Lomninv
of Mlmouri guilty of violating the anti
trust laws of Texas, convicted it of hav
ing entered tho stato by fraud, fined it
C 1,023,000 and granted the prayer of
me siato tor ouster proeceuings.
The defense has filed n motion for a
new trial and the case will be taken to
tho Federal courts. Tho state Died a
petition with District Judge Ilrooks for
ine appointment or a receiver, nlso an
Injunction to restrain tho company from
moving nny of its propcrtr from the
stnte. The Judgo granted a temporary
Injunction and net tbo receivership
ucariug i or Juno o.
Tho trial has consumed three weeks
in tho District Court here and its con
clusion is merely the beginning of a
long legnl battle. At the outset of the
proceedings tho defense attempted to
secure a ebango of venue, but not suc
ceeding in that, vainlv soupht to se
cure a judgment by default In order to
hasten their course to the Federal
Tho basis of tho controversy Is the
provision of tho anti-trust laws of 1899
HAYWOOD IS ILL.
Many Wild Rumors Regarding Causa
of Sudden Collapse.
Ro'sc, Idaho, June 3, William D
Haywood was seized with a sudden Ill
ness early Saturday morning and was
unable to appear in court. His trial on
tho charge that be murdered ex-Qov-
ernor Steunenberg was adjourned until
Monday. Haywood responded quickly
in iicmnieiii ami oy v:ju, wnen judge
Wood ordered n recess of court until
1:30, it was believed that the prisoner
would be able to attend an afternoon
session. Ho did attempt to dress, but
tho effort mndo him dizzy and ill, and
he returned to bed. His counsel in
formed tho court that he would surely
bn able to be present Monday and an
adjournment was taken until 11 o'clock
RtSTORED TO PUBLIC DOMAIN.
Holse, Idaho. June 4. Twelve men to
try William D. Haywood for his life on
the charge that be murdered ex-do-
crnor Frank Steunenberg havo been
chosen and bound by oath to honestly
deal tbo law's justice between stato and
prisoner. Haywood bas beard tbo in
dictment charging him with the crime
and today, after the state has recited
it case and made promise of proof, the
first chapter of tbo sickening tale of
tbo Caldwell crime will bo retold.
Tbo wearisome work of jury selec
tion onded quickly and unexpectedly
The court room hushed to sllcneo as
tho 12 men rose In tbelr places and,
facing tbo clerk' desk on the left,
raised their right hands in solemn
asseveration of their pledge to do exact
justice by the accused. It was an Im
pressive scene and there came another
two hour later, when after tbe mid
day reees Hnrwood listened to tba
reading of tbe indictment airainst him
self. Moycr, 1'ettibone and tiimpkin.
Haywood had come to the court room
whitened somewhat In color from his
illness of Saturday, but as the clerk
walked in front of the jury box and
began reading tB5 indictment a little
tide of blood came up along bis ntelc
and spread over bis cheek. Hi wife
and daughters sat at his side during
the brief afternoon session at which tha
indictment was read. Haywood talked.
ith them nnd hlsVounsel after tbo
statement was read and then, as bo rose
to return to bis cell, smiled a friendly
greeting at a friend sitting near the
end of tbe bench.
DINAN IR INDICTED.
Accusad of Trying to Subvert Law by
Seeing Prospective Jurors.
San Francisco. June 4Tha praml
jury late last evening fllod with Dis
trict Attorney iangdon a formal com
plaint against Chief of Police Jeremiah
F. Dinan, charging him with wilful and
corrupt misconduct in office in that bo
subverted tbe law in endeavoring to
secure tbe acquittal of a defendant
without tbe knowledge of the District
Attorney. Tbe defendant in the case
was Mayor Schmitz and the investiga
tion by tbe crand iurv crew out of tha
accusation of Assistant District Attor
ney irancis J. Honey that Dinan bad
attempted to tamper with tbe tales
men drawn for tbo Jury which Is to try
tbo Mayor on a charge of extortion.
uinan was accused by Mr. lleney oc
having detailed some of his officers to
interview prospective jurors in the in
terest of Schmitz. Tbe chief practi
cally admitted having detailed men to
shndow some of tbo men on tho venire,
but declared that he did so because bo
wanted to ace that no improper porsoa
got on the jury.
STRIKE CALLED OFF,
Yakima Land Not Needed for Irrlga
Washington, Juno 4. Investigation
and surveys under tho Yakima irriga
tion project. Washlneton. havfni!
reached n point whoro the following de
scribed lnnds, withdrawn from entry
Dcpicmuer js, ivw, is noj believed to
bo essential to tho development of the
rujeci, wio Decreiary or ine interior
Alaska Forest Worthless.
Washington, Juno 5. Request ha
neon mnito oy mo rarest service for ro
lenso from temporary withdrawal of 3.-
BOfl.000 nerea of land at Norton Ray,
Alnskn. Tho restoration to tho publio
domain of this land will bo mndo be
cause after careful examination tho
Forest Rorvlcn hns found it unsuitnblo
for National forest purposes.
Nnw Acting Commissioner,
Washington, Juno 7. John C.
Capora of South Carollnn will bo ap
pointed Commissioner of Internal
Rovonuo nd tntorlm until Docombor
1, whon Ponrl Wight of Now Orleans
will becomo Commlsslnnor. Mr. Cap
ers Is tho mombor of tho Republican
National Commlttoo from South Carolina.
hns restored them to the public domain:
K. T. 8 N., R. 23 K., all sections 10
to 30. inclusive: T. 0 N.. R. 23 K.. all
sections 10 to 30, inclusive; T. 9 N., R,
23 K., nil sections 1 to 12, Inclusive!
This land will not become aubieet to
settlement, however, until 30 days after
such date as tho Secretary of the In
terior may prescribo by publication.
Russian Priests Revolt.
St. Petersburg, June 3. A special
session of the Holy Synod wns hold
8nturday afternoon to try tho five
priests who refrained from attending
tho session of tho Douma nt which tho
resolution congratulating tbo Emporor
on his escape from the plot against his
llfo was passed. Letters from the
priests announcing their refusal to
loave tho radical parties were read nnd
caused Croat indicnatloa amonir thn old
lino ecclesiastics. It is announced that
sovere disciplinary methods will bo
Pretender Wins Victory.
Oran. Aleeria. June 3Advienn ta.
eelved here from Morocco say that the
troops of the pretender to the throne
surrounded and annihilated the. HM
tan's uncle, and two Kalds were killed
and 300 women wers captured.
Delegates of French Seamen Advlso
Men to Return to Work.
Paris, June 4. The extended strike
of the seamen has virtualaly come to
an end. with the capitulation of the
strikers, who are expected to reiumo
worx nt ine nome and colonial points
immediately. Captain Lapere, one of
the strikers' delegates, conveyed tho
information to Minister of Marine
Thomson at a late hour last night. Ha
informed M. Thomson that tho strike
committee assembled in Paris bad tele
graphed tbe following messago to all
"Tbe delegates have been In confer
ence with tbe Minister of Marine and
tho naval committee of tbo Chamber
of Deputies. Tbe Minister has aban
doned tbe prosecution of deserters, and
ho hns requested the navigation com
panies to reinstate all the officers and
men. The members of the naval com-
mltteo assured the delegates that M.
Thomson's proposition in tbe matter of
pensions would be Improved. Tbo dele
gates, therefore, immediately proposed
that the strike cease."
Chinese Robels Activo,
London, Juno 4. According to a spe
cial dispatch from Shanghai, the revolu
tionists in tha districts surrounding
Swatow and Amoy are murdering the
officials, burning official building and
occupying towns and villages. Tho
Tnotal of Swatow, the dispatch adds. Is
only roporttng losses suffered by tho
revolutionists, fearing tbat tho sews ot
their depredations would lead to foreign
Interference. The dispatch also adds
that tho market is overstocked with
American piece goods and that 10,000
pieces are being resbipped to New York.
Troops Held Ready,
Marseilles, June 4. Tho steamer
Inly, havinir on board a crew of blue
jackets, was unable to leave port Sun
day because the officers of the vessel
refused to navigate her. ,A11 tbe troops,
are confined to barracks ia readiness;
to suppress disturbance.