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MS UFTBE WEEK
In a Condonsed rorm lor Our
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
A Resume of tlio Lou Important but
Not Lest Interesting Events
of the Past Weak.
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weft alilr tu trmtk MttalevMeo.
KiMirrlt threatens In Intervene In
l.nuitia to secure a fair election,
I lir special senate committee has
arranged thr preliminaries tu conmlcr
Ihr i.u in thr New York to I'arls
am.. mobile rarr are encountering
man) ililhrultles In Russia
I'nnrtirial estimate place the pnpu.
Utimi i.f Chicago at S.MIHXMI '1 he
ppilUtliil ill 1WH was 1,174,744.
I hugs rntrrcil a Spanish custom of-
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l.vr ami secured $I,MH) alter killliiK
thr chief onVlal and four assistants
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of San Iranclico with distress sig
Nrn. York is sending 78 delegates
In the Republican national couveu
tiu Of this number 23 are million,
'I wo hundred Japanese Immigrants
lur brru slopiieil at Seattle until
the can show that they hae a right
in this country. .
'I he New York legislature has
passed bill abolishing brtling at
race tracks The measure was car
rinl by one le
'I he slramship I.u.ilanU lias just
wi.ssnl thr Atlantic in four days,
Iwrnl) hours and right minutes This
is the best lime )ct made
Cortrlon is mentioned as running
mate fur Tafl.
llrnry Walterson says llryan will
A daughter of Governor Culler, of
Utah, has eloped with a teamster.
The new Union Pacific homls are
being sold in London at a premium.
C,orrnnr Johnson, of Minnesota,
sas he is not seeking another term
A high wind storm near Guthrie,
Okla . resulted ill the death of one
PIimhIs have reached their height in
Kansas City Nearly all railroads arc
Many persons were Injured in Chl
rago by the collision of two heavily
loaded street cars.
Republicans of the Thirteenth In.
diaun district he nominated Charles
V Miller for congress.
There were fewer deaths propor
tionately in New York last week than
In nuy week of the city's history.
China has opologlied for the recent
killing of I'rench soldiers on the Chi
nese frontier I'rancc also demands
the removal of the viceroy.
Senator Klltredge has probably
been defeated In ths primaries for
senator from South Dakota Gov
ernor Crawford Is In the lead.
The recount on the mayoralty vote
In New York is not one-fourth com
pleted Hearst has made a net gain
of 13ft otcs.
Montana floods still tie up all rail
roads except one
Women's objection to bonnets may
split the Duuknrd church
A tornado did much damage In the
lcluiiy of Mount Vernon, Iowa,
Great llrltntn l taking stern mem.
urc to choke out sedition In Indn.
A Ilritish steamer struck a rock off
the Chinese coast nnil wo nativci
drowned All European passengers
and ofhecra were saved,
READY TO THY AOAIN.
I'oary I Anxious to Slart for North
Cola by July I.
New York, June l Confiilcnt of
Ids ability lo carry the stars and
Irlpra to the north pole, Commander
Kohcrt K I'cary, who has planted the
American flan nearer the coveted
northern goal llian any other living
mini, ii in New York making active
prcpiratluns for another Arctic dash
in the hope of solving the mystery of
the north, which for centuries has
heen the aim of daring exnlorrra.
I lie it.incli steamer Roosevelt, which
the 1'c.iry Arctic Club built for Com.
uiander I'cary. and which carried him
and hit little party on his last north
ward Journey, has been overhauled
and pill in better condition than ever
for hrr expected billies with the Ice
barriers of (he frozen north The
ship is tugging at her hawsers In the
harbor of New York, ready to start
when her commander gives (he word
I cary's present plans contemplate
his departure from New York about
July t, bul lack of sufficient fundi to
litiance the expedition may prevent
the start In fact, unless $28,000 is
forthcoming liy July the project will
have lo be abandoned An auxiliary
ship or collier will accompany the
Roosevelt as far north as huh, where
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jij Kim ui'iMii in me miii expe
dition was located I'tnfi was the
Hintrr ipnrters of I)r Majes' last ex
prdillou and is located about 70 dr
urrrs north latitude A small nartv
of aiHirtsmrn and stleiilisls may k
north as far as Utah no (he auxiliary
ship. rrltirniiiK with her alloul Sep
(-.'mmander I'eary has devoted
nnrly o crs lo riTorls lo solve
the ureal problems of the north ami
already has put into the work all of
Ins personal meant, amouutiui; tu
P.OAD AQAIN ULOCKED.
Month May be Required to Replace
Montana Railroad Lines.
Iliilte. Mont June 9 The North,
crn Pacific east from lltittc is auain
lied up by a new washout of 000 feet
of track near Jefferson Island, a sfnall
station in the Jefferson KKcr Valley,
about M miles from llulle Two steel
trestles on the Orcat Northern are
reported as hahi (one out, near
llasin, 35 miles north of llutte, add
ing to the dcmorallratlon of thai road
Great Northern Railway officials
will not ciiturc an opinion as to
when normal conditions will be re.
stored, one official stating that in his
" - iii'miiii nine winiiii iic nee
cssary to put the Montana line of the
Northern Pacific in proper condition.
"fneul fear they liae yet to learn of
the rcil magnitude nf the destruction
wrought by the flood waters
The barometer is higher than for
several weeks This would indicate
warmer weather and with tint tlu
rapid melting of the snows in the
mouniains As there now is lying
from three to four feet of snow in Malcv itch's observations arc pleasing
the mountains it is feared the rush ofjalso to the administration, and to the
waters will add to the damage already
HEARST'S QAIN NOW 123.
Recounting of 77 Oallot DoxesCom
pitted In New York.
New York, June t The recount of
the ballots in the disputed mayoralty
eleett in of tW)l proceeded with expe
ditiou today before Justice Lambert,
in the superemc court, and so ballot
boxes were opened which show a
gain of 10 voles for William Randolph
Hearst Srvrntv -seven boxes have
been counted since the recount be
gun, and the total gain for Hearst is
IS! Karly t.xlay Hearst made large
gains which were materially reduced
by the recount laic in the diy
Supreme Court Justice I ambert.
who is Irving the case has requested
Governor Hughes to recommend to
the Icuislatiire that a special appropri
ation be madr under which the jurors
who are hearing the evidence may be
allowed extra compensation for their
It has been learned that one jf the
jurors has lost his employment since
the opening of the trial nine week
ago, and that another's business has
seriously suffered from neglect for so
long a period It is said that from $3
to I0 a day for each juror was the
compensation suggested to the gov
ernor. Uattloshlps Start Home.
San Francisco. June 0 Leaving
the other warships of the Athntic
fleet to follow a mouth later, the bit
tleshlps Maine and Alabama, desig
nated as a special service snuadron,
sailed from this port yesterday morn,
mg on the long voyage to 1 lampion
Roads by way of Honolulu, Manila,
Aden anil the Snex Canal Caijtaiii
Giles II Harber, of the Maine, will be
in command of the special squadron,
and on the first leg of the long cruise
home will hive a member of the
President's cabinet Secrotarv nf the
Interior James T Garfield, as a guest
Bandits Rob Pay Train.
City of Mexico, June 0 Word
has rciclied this city tint Inndlts rit
tickcd a piy trnln on the way to the
I os Grande mine nenr liiunc In the
state of Guerrero. Of the escort of
four men, three were killed and one
wounded Four thousand dollars wis
stolen Rurales -ire In pursuit nf the
highwaymen, The mine belongs to
an American company.
NEWS ITEMS FROM WASHINGTON, D. cj
ALOIIIOH CALLS MEETINGS. LIUEIIIA ASK8 FOR HELP.
Senatn Commltlaot on Currency and
Financa to Assemble.
Washington, June It -Senator AM
rich, (.halrman of the senate commit
(ce on nuance and also of the nciicral
currency cnuimissioii, has called a
meeting of the mill-committee ap
pointed to devise a plan of operation
for the commission and also a meet'
liiK of the snb-coinruittce of the
finance committer, which will have
under special consideration the tariff
(iirslion, both of which mcetiiiKs will
take place .it the I'laa hotel in New
York t'Mlay J he currency commis
sion will probably be in session for
scvrral days, but the uudcrstandinu
here is that the tariff committee will
not be held there for so Ioiik a time
The tarilT committee is authorized un
der the law to cmplo Kovcrnmcnt
ncrts in preparing for its work and
is mectinu is expected to lay out
work lor inrm it Is expected sen
ator Aldrirh will k to t lie currency
tnreliuK Hith a prepared Keneral out
line of action
TCST DOAT WITH TORPEDO.
Demon of Destruction Will be Sent
Against Monitor Florida.
Washington, June V Sacrificed
for the benefit of naval construction,
i lie monitor I'londa. shot two weeks
ago wiih the heaviest naval gun, will,
on Saturday, June 13, be punctured
beneath her waterline armor by the
most powerful American Whitehead
i ne nrsi iieiiionsiraiion was io icsi
the respective strength of armor plate
and exjilosivc shell, alio lo show the
effectiveness ot a new design ol light
ing mast 'the torpedo is to be sent
into the I londa that it may be defi
nitely known whether a water-tight
bulkhead, specially constructed within
her, designed with all the most mod
cm ideas of construction, can be de
(tended upon to save a shin from tic
striirtion against this dangerous
method ni attack
Secretary Metcalf has Invited Sec
rctary Taft to witness the test.
MALEVITCH'S VIEWS APPROVED.
New Resslan Ambassador to Toklo
Developing Peaceful Relations.
Washington, June 13 The admin
istration olhcials tiuofhcially have
been made acquainted with the essen
tial features of an important Interview
recentl) had by the representatives oj
a .Moscow newspaper with Mr Ma
leky Malevilch, recently appointed
Russian ambassador to lokio, which
(ouches upon Russia's policy in the
far east The tevvs expressed by the
ambassador, it is said, meet with the
hearty approval of the Russian for
eign oflice The tenor of Maleviky
diplomatic corps here, as it indicates
a desire and intention on the part of
Die Kussiau government io develop
I lie peaceful relations established with
Japan '1 he Russian ambassador took
the view that with the conclusion of
the treat nf commerce the lishcrics
ronvrntiiiH entered into between
Russia and Japan during the past
ear, the peaceful aims of the policy
of Russia wilh regard lo Japan have
definitely been established.
Hyde-Benson Case Near End,
Washington, June Vi The defense
in the ll)de-lleuson laud fraud cases
atinounctil cMcrday that it had
lomplettil us case except the testi
mony of handwriting experts It is
epcsled that the case will go to the
jury niie week from today Several
i har.it ler witnesses from Sail Fran
cisco testified for Dimoud Schnei
der took the stand and testified that
with ttoruty .abriskie, who is now
dead, he had an interview with Agent
lloUmger of the general land oflice
at Tucson, Arm and at that time
Schneider said he staled the part he
had ilaed in securing Oregon laud
titles fur Hile Schneider gave the
details of several interviews wilh Hoi
singer and told of meeting Dimond
when he was sent east by lldc
Wheeler In Oflice.
Washington June 10 William R.
Wheeler of California has taken the
oath of oflice as assistant secretary of
fhe department of commerce ami h
bor, to which place he was recently
appointed by the president He for
mally entered upon his new duties.
New Battleships Named.
Washington, June 10 Secretary of
the Navy Metcalf has announced that
the names of the two new Inttleshins
authorized by the last congress will
be the Florida and tl)c Utah The
next battleship authorized wilt be
named the Wyoming.
Abandon Fort Keough.
Washington, lime 11 The military
reservation at Fort Kcoph, Montana,
having become useless for military
purposes, has been placed under the
control of the interior department
Miss Roosevelt a Bridesmaid,
Washington, June 11 Miss Fthcl
Roosevelt has gone to West Orange,
N J, where she will he a bridesmaid
nt the marriage of Miss Georghnna
Harding farr and Mr. Fletcher liai
Black Republic Says France and Brit
ain Encroach on Territory.
Washington, June 12 Hooker T.
Washington callcM on the President
Wednesday and arranged for a con
fercuic between the President and
Secretary Taft and J. J Uosen, vice
president of Liberia; G. W. Gibson,
ex president of the republic; James
Diiulnr, a lawyer of Liberia, and Mr
Mr Washington declined to ductus
the subject of his interview, but it was
learned that the representatives of Li.
bcria assert that lvnglaud and France
have encroached upon their domain
and they wish the moral, if not the
arjivc, support of the United States
lo maintain the integrity of their ter
ritory. WORK OF TRUST LAWYERS.
CJompers Condemns Memorial on In
tegrity of Courts.
Washington, June 10 Indignantly
denying that the American Federation
of Labor had attacked the integrity of
the courts, state or national, Presi
dent (lumpers of that organization
Monday night declared that the Fed
eration would wage a fight in Chicago
n the mtmoriil of New Yorkers,
asking for an insertion of n plank in
the. platform of the Republican party,
affirming confidence in the integrity
and justice of the courts and insisting
on preservation of their independence
and full constitutional prerogatives
1 he executive council ol the reitera
tion will hold its regular meeting m
Chicago during the tunc the conven
tion is held Mr Gompers will leave
here Thursday He declared that
most of the signers of the resolution
of protest were attorneys or other
representatives of grcat corporations
He said that in Chicago "we will as
sert our rights, with the hope that
the great gathering of Republicans
wilt not be insensible to them.
"I believe in the courts," he added
"Organized labor does We have not
attacked their integrity, but that the
right of injunction has been abused
no one can deny"
Government Gets Many Cigars.
Washington, June 10 The in
ternal revenue department lias
planned a series of prosecutions for
alleged infractions of the internal rev
enue laws all over the United States.
Officers of that department made
seizures Thursday at two local drug
stores on the ground that they were
selling cigars in contravention of the
internal revenue laws The tops of
boxes to which the majority of the
stamps were affixed have been re
moved, thereby leaving the packages
unprotected by proper stamps. The
government contends this is prima
facie evidence of the non payment of
the taxes, and cigars not protected by
stamps must be declared forfeited to
the United States.
Appoints Board to Inspect Ships.
Washington. June IS Secretary of
the Navy Metcalf has announced the
designation of the following board of
naval oltircrs to inspect the slops,
Shawmut and Trcmont. which are to
he purc'iased by the Isthmian canal
commission to be. used for trannorta
lion of supplies from the United
States to Panama Captain Charles
1 Perkins, Commander atacy Potts,
Naval Constructor John V) Ucuret,
I teutenaiit Commander Oscar W
Koesiner and Lieutenant F.arl T Je
up The ships arc in Pacific waters
Will Decide After July I.
Washington, June 0 It is doubtful
if the decision of the interstate com
merce commission in the Pacific
Coast lumber rate caes will be ren
dered much before July 1 Several
weeks' work remains to be done, al
though every effort is being made to
expedite these decisions It is pro
posed to announce simultaneously
the decision in all the Pacific Coast
lumber rate cases, as the points in
volvcd are practically the same in all.
Inquiry Will be Ordered.
Washington, June 0 The accident
on the armored cruiser Tennessee, in
which four men were killed and sev
eral injured, was caused by the burst
ing of a steam pipe while the vessel
was off the California coist, and will
he thoroughly examined into by a
boanl of investigation appointed by
Admiral Sebree Admiral Sebrce has
wired a report containing nracticallv
the suite information as the newspa
"Peaceful Bob" Evans.
Washington. June 1.1 Rear-Ad
miral Roblcy D Rvans has gone to
his summer home at Lake Mohouk, I
N Y, where he says he is going to,
play the part of "peaceful Hob" vvithl
the kids and the toy boats on the '
like The ranking rear-admiral of
the uivy lias hid much attention since
his arrival here from San Francisco
after Inking the Atlantic fleet around
the Horn, and he went away in high
Root Going Into Training.
Washington, June 10. Secretary
Root will leave here June SO and
spend several weeks nt a training
establishment and then go to his farm
near Utica (or the rest ol the season.
Tornado Sweeps Path Along Kansas
Omaha, Neb, June 8 The tornado
which passed over Southern Nebraska
and portions of Northern Kansas Fri
day evening was the most destructive
and covered the most territory of any
similar storm which dias visited the
state in many years At least twenty
one persons are known to be dead,
five fatally injured and a score of
others more or less seriously hurt,
some of them dangerously.
Additional reports received state
that several persons were killed at
the towns of IJyron, Neb , and Court
land, Kan , which towns have been
cut off from communication with the
At Fairfield more than forty build
Ings were more or less wrecked and
some of them, including three
churches, were demolished. The loss
will exceed $100,000,
In the vicinity of Hickley farm
houses stood the brunt of the storm
and one or more fatalities are re.
ported, with a number receiving in.
juries, some of which will prove fatal.
Serious damage is reported from
Hyron. ten miles west of Chester, at
tended by considerable fatalities but
no details can be learned All the
bridges are out and communication
by telegraph and telephone is entire
ly cut off
A telephone message from Hardy,
Neb,, says the town of Courtland,
Kan , just across the Nebraska line,
was struck by the storm and that sev
eral casualties occurred, but lack of
communication makes confirmation
impossible today Trains in all direc
tions are abandoned because of wash
outs and destroyed roadbeds At Ge
neva the storm wrought great de
struction The storm has covered such a wide
area and been so destructive wherever
it touched the earth that it has almost
caused a panic among the inhabitants
Hundreds ot larmcrs drove into town
seeking shelter, many of them being
END 33 DAYS' RAIN STORM.
Rivers Begin to Fall, but Communi
cation Is Stopped.
Missoula, Mont , June 8. Saturday
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,11111 41 u UVIULft IliC DUI1 uroKC
through the clouds after 33 days of
rain and the rainfall, which had been
lessening since morning, ceased.
The rivers show a lower mark than
they did 24 hours ago and there is
hope that the worst is over Rut
there has been great damage and it
may be days or weeks before railroad
traffic is resumed to the eastward.
All day Saturday Missoula was cut
fT from the outside world. Not until
night had there been wire communi
cation and it Consisted of a single
line to the west and none to the east.
Saturday n'ght and Sunday morning
the high water reached its maximum,
registering the highest mark ever
known in this country. AH of the
city and county bridges are out and
Missoula is divided into three dis
tricts, each of which is without com
munication with the outside. Three
largeresidences in the city went down
the river. Their occupants had been
warned and were out before the flood
truck The big log-jam of the Black
foot Company has been held in place
and the great power dam owned by
W A Clark is intact
The dimage to farms in the bottom
lands will be great The loss to the
city and county will run far into the
thousands and cannot be estimated
until the water goes down. The out
look today is encouraging and it is
believed the crisis has been passed.
MISSOURI ON RAMPAGE.
Continued Rains In Montana Cost 8
Lives and Much Property.
Great Falls. Mont., June 8 Never
before in the history of Montana Ins
there heen such a flood as has been
sweeping down the i.illey of the Mis
souri River and its tributaries. Five
lives have already been lost in the
waters in this vicinity, and the dam
age to farms, railroads and industrial
and commercial institutions will run
into the millions The river is at the
highest point ever known since the
first settlement of Montana and it is
Some of the smaller outside towns
are in even worse condition than is
Great Kills At last reports Choteau
was completely surrounded by water
and all bridges were gone A large
part of Hell was partially under water
and the people had taken to the high
Canadian Bridges Go Out.
McLeod. Alberta, June 8 The Ca
nadian Pacific bridge at West Mc-
I cod was swent away l'ridav nicht
St Marv's bridge, between here and
1 cthbridge. is a total wreck and the
Catmlian Pacific pumping station
Ins been swept into the river. The
bridge at Hrowket on the Crow's Nest
line is expected to go at any time,
and mall and freight and passenger
traffic is at a standstill Rain con
tinned to fall in torrents Farms for
many miles around are inundated and
houses have floated away, and the loss
will be enormous.
Twliler Strikes Oklahoma.
Rurant, Okla., June 8 A tornado
which swent over a territory 12 miles
we,st of Durant Saturday night de
stroyed a dozen farm houses and with
a heavy storm of hail, which accom
panied it, did damage estimated at
$130,000 A number of persons are
reported injured, none fatally.
OLD RATES STAND
Railroads Will Make No Advance
In Near Future.
CONDITIONS ARE NOT SETTLED
President! and Operating Officials of
Roads Fear Stagnation Would b
Increased by Move.
Washington, June 0 No general
increase in freight rates is likely to
be made by the railroads of- the coun
try in the near future, if it Is to be
made at all. At a recent meeting of
presidents and operating officials of
important railroads In New York it
was the consensus of opinion that it
was undesirable to put into effect at
this time an increase of freight rates.
It was pointed out that the pro
posed increase in a time of depression
would tend rather to increase freight
stagnation than to stimulate freight
movement. Such a result would be
of only additional disadvantage to the
carriers, the opinion being general
that it would not induce increased
Most of the officials who attended
the meeting indicated a belief that
railway business conditions were im
proving The freight revenues and
the passenger revenues, too show a
notable Increase in the last month
over the preceding three months, and
a general revival of business in all in
dustrial branches was reported from
every part of the country.
The judgment was expressed that
if business conditions did not con
tinue to show improvement it would
be necessary for the railroads to
adopt some method for protecting'
the interests of their stockholders.
Only two methods are suggested
an increase of freight rates and a de
crease in wages of employes It is
quite certain that neither will be re
sorted to before the first of next Oc
tober, and some of the officials be
lieve it will not be necessary even
then to resort to either of the meth
In some unaccountable way, the re
port became general among shippers,
especially in the middle west and the
south, that the president and the in
terstate commerce commission had
given their approval to the suggested
increase in freight rates. The mem
bers have spent a good deal of time
trying to get their correspondents
right on the matter.
While the commission has no power
under the law to prevent the estab
lishment of such rates as the railroads
see fit to put into effect, unless after
due hearing the increased rates should
be found to be excessive, unreason
able or unjust, it would be equally
impossible and inappropriate for it
to give its approval to any proposed
increase in rates.
NORTH TOPEKA IS ABANDONED.
People Flee Before Great'Overflow
of Kansas River.
Topeka, Kan , June 9. The crest of
the rise in the Kansas river is ex
pected to reach here some time to
night. The government weather bu
reau says the water will reach a maxi
mum height of about 28 feet. It now
registers 20 9 feet. If the rise ex
ceeds two feet above the present level
the city waterworks will be in danger.
North Topeka is practically de
serted Doat patrols were busy all
afternoon taking those people from
their homes who had delayed. Much
of the contents of the houses has been
moved over and the warning has been
given to everjbody.
The water is deeper in the streets
than at any time since the big flood
of 1903. From the Union Pacific
tracks to Soldier creek, Kansas ave
nue, the main street is all under wa
ter The current "is beginning to
sweep away outbuildings and thou
sands of tics from the Union Pacific
tie plant are pounding their way
through the town Train service is
practically at a standstill.
Alaska Mine Sells Well.
Juneau, Alaska, June 0. F, L. Un
derwood, who promoted the overhead
trolley system at Chicago, has closed
a deal in New York for the Ebner
nunc at $1 300,000 The deal was
handled by George Dent, a noted min
ing engineer The new company an
nounced that 200 stamps will be im
mediately installed to be followed by
200 more early next spring Tha
property was owned by it Al uen
rends. William Ebner. C W Yountr
and eastern associates, and has been
stcidy producer for seventeen years.
It is situated one mllcfrom Juneau.
Ship Gold to Germany.
New York, June 9. Goldman,
Sachs cc Co. yesterday announced an
engagement of $1,000,000 gold for ex
port to Germany, and Heidelbach,
Ickelhelmer & Cq took $000,000, also
for Germany, This makes a total of
$10,730,000 on the present movement.