1 4 1' ' ! .ii! i 1 1 t i t I I: tf ,1 3S HEARST IS DEFEATED Recount Leaves Mayor McClellan Good Majority. MAY NOW SUE FOR DAMAGES Declston Against Plaintiff Renders Him LiAble to Suit for Heavy Dam ages for Slander. New York, July 2 Ocorge B. Mc Clell.n wa declared to have been duly elected Mayor of New York over Will lam It. Hearst In 1906 by Justice tain, bert yesterday, lly the jutleo' order tbo jury returned a verdict to that effect. The recount left MeOlelUin with n plurality of nearly 3.000 and counsel for Attorney General Jackson, who brought quo warranto proceeding against the mayor, was unable to prove hU contention tnat tuo ballot toxo were stuffed. 0. J. Sbearn, counsel for the con testant, asserted that the Iwllot Ihixcs wcro stuffed. Yesterday Mr. Shenrn offered evidence in an effort to show that Mr. Hearst wa defrauded of (1,03.1 votes. He then rested his case. Counsel for Mayor McClellan offered in evidence the official returns of tho election inspectors and the poll books and tally sheets from the county clerk' office. In his address to the jury, Justico Lambert said that no fraud had been proved in the case and if he should permit the disfranchisement of citizens on sueh slight evidence,, this country would last but a very short time. New York, July 2 The wind up of tho recount trial J which demonstrated conclusively that George H. McClellan did not steal the mayoralty chair, the property of William 'Randolph Hearst, is believed to be the signal for other interesting court proceedings. The mayor and his advisors are now contem plating the ndvisabilitv of bringing a suit for damages, hminent lawyers agree that a good sized verdict is more than a possibility as the plaintiff would be in a position to prove that he had been mentally and financially injured. Discussing the ease, a lending member of the bar said: "McClellan would be justified in suing for $250,000. nnd a verdict of that amount would, I believe, be up held by the highest courts. From elec tion day until the present time tho Henrst ' papers hare alluded to Mc Clellan as tho 'Fraud Mayor.' " JAP POACHERS NUMEROUS. Many Small Craft Making Their Way to Behring Sea. San Francisco, July 2. Floating ice In tho Itering sea is unusually heavy this summer and a distinct menace to shipping, reports Cantata Hagen of tho steamer Grace Dollar, which has re turned to this port after a cruise of -IS days to Dutch Harbor. The floe were so thick off St. George's Island that the uraeo Dollar was roree.1 to lie oft that port several days before the could effect a landing, Kevcnue officers on duty off the is land report that several Japanese seal era are already on the ground and over 30. more are making their way up the eoaat. The illegal practice of those ships at season resulted in n clash be tween the United State official and the illicit trader, with the result that six Japanoie wore killed after landing contrary to government regulations. The large number of ,laneso craft now on their way to the ground is viewed with suspicion by tho revenue oflicvra, who cxpeet more trouble before the summer is over. To protect United State interests four cutters are now in northern water. MAKES LION ROAR. Shah Demands Surrender of Refu gees by British. London, July 2. Tho foreign oflleo has refused the request of the Persian government that the political refugee at the Ilritisb legation In Teheran be lianded over to tbo local authorities and at the aaino time it ha protested with warmth ngalnit the action of the shnh in post in- troop in tho neighbor hood of tho legation. Sir Kdward Oroy, the foreign secretary, said the refugee would not bo given up without definite nnd reliable, guarantee of their proper treatment. Will Fly for Prize. New York, July 2. Arrangements liavo been completed here for what it is said will be the first publicly tested flight over made in America for a prize offered for tho successful navigation of tho air by heavier than air machines. Tho teat will bo mado next Saturday lit llamniondaport, r. Y., by Glenn H. Cur Has in his new machine, tbo "Juno Hug," which made it notable flight of J,HU yards Inst Haturdny. .Mr. Curtis has challenged for tho Scientific Amer ican cup offered last year for compoti tion of all types of heavier-thanair ma chines. Fish Trust Pleads Guilty, Chicago, July 2. A. Ilooth k Co., one of tho largest concerns dealing In fish and oysters in tho west, pleaded guilty Tuesday to having accepted re bates from railroad companies. An Jn dictment against tbo company was re turned a year ago. j SOARS ALL DAY. Zeppelin's Airship Files Over Half of Switzerland. Fricalrichshavcn, July 3 Count Zeppelin today outdistanced alt world records for Mccrablc balloon. He remained in the nir for l'J hours, trav crscd the grater part of Northern Switzerland, and visited Zurich, Win tcrthur and Lucerne, attaining an nv crage speed throughout of 3t miles an hour His airship displayed splendid qual ities of dirigihility, and answered the slightest movement of the helm, while its stability was quite up. to the grc.it et expectations. In the most desirable weather con ditions, almost a dead calm, the air ship manned hy a crew of four, under the leadership of Count Zeppelin, left its floating home on Lake Constance at ! 30 o'clock in the morning Less than five minutes later the balloon rose about tooo feet in tho air and turned her bows toward Constance About " o'clock it had disappeared on the western horizon Telephone messages from Fraudcti feldt, Windcrthur and other towns soon reported the appearance of the airship and her passage over the Can ton of Zurich The giant craft re mained ten minutes lio criuir over the town of Zurich and the lake, and then vanished from icw at a rapid rate in the direction of Lucerne It was about II o'clock when the airship came into view at Lucerne. a,nd the thousands of astonished tour ists from all parts of the world, in cluding hundreds of Americans, greet ed her with loud cheers as she sailed quickly over the waters of the lake With the greatest precision. Count Zeppelin guided his airship and pro ceeded to carry out a long scries of evolutions which included complicated figures circles, the figure 8. sharp turns, descents and ascents. He then undertook a tour of the whole lake, visiting every bay and indentation along the shores Finally he turned the noc of the ship homeward, cross, ing the Alius range of mountains HEARST WELL SATISFIED. Says His Fight for Recount Was Only for Principle. New- York. July 3 The following cablegram was received from W It Hearst in regard to the result of the New York mayoralty contest recount: London, July 1, torn The result is more than satisfactory to me, and I hope it will sufficiently satisfy the citi zens for whom this long ami arduous struggle had been carried on. I have said from the beginning that the fight was not to make mc mayor, but t secure an honest count of the vote cast by the citizens In the face of enormous and unnecessary difficulties that count lias been secured, and here- after it will not be pmsible for elec tiou thieves to commit frauds in sc crecy and security behind the barrier of the law "Whatever election crime is com mitted, be it "real or small, must be publicly accounted fur. That has been accomplished and it means mucn lor the safety of the republic -WM. RANDOLPH HEARST" Escapes Extradition. Puerto Cortcz, Honduras. July 3 Francis I). Itailcy, president of the Export Shipping company, of New Jersey, wIm), together with hi brother, Albert V Itailey, Charles II H Myers and Captain A. Oxley, was place.! aboard the Norwegian steamer Utstcm yesterday in custody of Lieu tenant P W Kerry, of th New York K!ice department, made his escape in a small boat from the steamer list night. The boat was found on the beach this morning Search is being made by soldiers in the woods ami swamps near by Marooned for Months. Victoria, IS C, July S Twenty fishermen marooned for months uu Victor island and rescued by two Bra zilian training ships, were landed at Yokohama, according to news re ceived by the Empress of China The men were left with orders to fish by the Japanese fishery schooner Hokui Marti on January 1 last, and were abandoned They were found on May 30, and were starving when rescued The Japanese police have arrested the captain of the Hokui Marit at Yoko hama for marooning the fishermen Poisoned by Wholesale. Saigon, Cochin China, July 3 Two hundred soldiers belonging to the French Colonial infantry were seized with a sudden nausea in their Inr racks here today The .unexpected illness cannot he accounted for. and it is believed the men arc victims of an attempt at wholesale poisoning. Prepare for Bridal Pair Turin, July 3 It is reported here that preparations are heing-madc at Royal chateau at Racconigi for the re ception of the Duke of Abruzzie nnd his prospective bride. Miss Kntheriue Klkins. d-uightcr of Senator S IS. El kins, of West Virginia. Plague Still Raging. Port of flpain, Trinidad, July 2 Since Juno 21 there have been six new cases of plague at this place thrco of them terminating fatally. Pour eases nro now nnder treatment, three of them improving. OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST HARVEST HANDS PLENTY Pondleton,;Full of Men Looking for Work on Farms. Pendleton Harvest hands were never more plentiful in Pcud'etou and Umatilla county than they are today Last year it was almost impossible for the ranchers to get men to harvest their hay at the prices usually pre vailing for that kind of work The city is now teeming with men willing to work at almost any price A pcculi.tr feature of this car's conditions is that the men .ill seem to he strangers There are few old faces anionic them, the men who are accustomed to come in venr after vcar not having appeared. When thrsc men arme the situation from ilie la boring man's standpoint will he even worse, though the farmers are rrjoic nig in the prospect of getting their help much cheaper than for a number of jcars l.at vcar grain farmers were emu pelted to plead with laborers to go t work at ail) where from ja Mi to Jtl a day The distance from town, the number of hours ami the liquid re freshments also figured '1 his year conditions seem to be reversed The working man is pleading with t lie farmer and asking for a chance to g to work at any price The prevailing price is from $1 21 to $1 Ju per day and there are plenty of men to be had at thoc figures It is believed the large influx of men is from the cast, having been thrown out of cmplojmeiit by the shutting down of milis and factories. CREAMERY FOR CLATSKANIE Farmers Sign Contracts for Output of Next Five Years. Clatskanie A meeting of Nehalcm valley farmers was held at Mist, tune miles from here, Tuesday afternoon, to make arrangements fur the cstah lishment of a creamery at that place J C 1-aiiK, a practical creamery man from Wisconsin, lias been working the proposition up among the far mcrs fur the past three weeks, and has succeeded in interesting them to the extent of obtaining contracts for five years to take all their cream at within one and one-half cent per pound of the highest market price for butter, they also to put up su tabic buildings and furnish the boiler for the operation of the plant. Ilctwccu 4.00U and soon gallons of cream axe shipped monthly from this district to Portland creameries, and dairying is yet in its infancy Oil for River Steamers. Portland. Two large nit itrr tn; steamers, the Itowrans and Colonel K Drake, the former towing a big tkrw J mast. I steel Imrge. also Index with oil have arrived at the tank at I'orts mouth. (Ireater oaaatities of oil are Iwiog brought to Portland earn month nn the dozen or more of tank Nteamers that are regularly employed in the nil trade of the Pari fir riwut. The ItuseeraMs and Coloael K. Drake earn have eawr ily for about 111,000 barrels of oil. This immense oil trnftle has developed during the st few year. Ten years ago an oil tank steamer was unknown to this tHirt and there were mm large tank along the river fur the reception of the immoHse shipments of today. In tkoe day the nil wan brought here hv rait. Tho great increase In th demand far oil Is due nltogetker to th fact that most power craft plying out of here have discarded the u of wood or eoal for the lliuid fuel which i hi ue h easier to handle, a (treat deal cleaner and not nearly a bulky. "Spotless "I own." Grant's Pass A ladies' auxiliary to ine i, rani s rs commercial cluli has been organized with a large inemlier ship fur the purpose of proit'otui;: civic improvement It has already laid plans for beautifying the city More shade trees, prettier yard, bet ter fence, wider sidewalks cleaner streets and more roses and flowers arc on the program The recent sue ecssful rote show and flower festival was the result of the women's work The unsightly billboards of the town will be attacked The women will also assist the council in gettilig the streets paved. New Squirrel Killer. Weston. Edward Anderson, living on the foothills near Weston, has originated a cheap and successful method of exterminating scptirrcls, which have caused much damage in his locality. Locating a populous (uirrcl colony, he goes out with an criuipmcnt of newspaper scraps, sul phur and matches At every lioV In. places a slip of paper and a tcaspoon 'ul of sulphur. Setting this afire, he covers mc ouzc witn weeds and dirt i nc 'result is mat mc squirrels arc ill smothered in their subterranean houses. One pound of sulphur will kill 200 squirrels. Resume Work on Road, Hillsboro. Several contractors re cently have been looking over the work on the Pacific Railway & Navi gation between this point and Tilla mook, and present indications are 'hat construction Is soon to be re sumed The road Is completed for about 20 miles out from this point and six months' uninterrupted work would complete the grade and bridge building into Tillamook. I EUUENE SUMMER SCHOOLS. Largo Attendance at University and High School llugeni'. The milliliter school nt the University of Oregon and tho high school lire tiuw in progress, tho latter having opened Monday morning. Tho work nt the University of Oregon sum iner school Is progressing verv imtlsfnc progressing verv imtlsrnc torllv. the Interest and enthusiasm of those In ntti'iidiince being verv marked, The Instructor lire: lllidngv mid mi tore studv. A It Htveotsor; general chemlstrv,' P. It. Shliin; ediiratmn, II.. I). Sheldon; llngllsh literature, Align line Williams: tlermnii. 1' (I. (I. and County Superintendent Dlllnrd. I.ml cciiiuiiM insiory. ii e,, n. ni"! vvnoir scene was uK" r.i .,, . .. ' "" rifct,ag Hi Tabrla. The .piarl.t. ..f ...1ilh..mntle 1.. fc l)e(m; phvsles ,.f a burning ham whkh the bandits lB M,h , .vM,Va, ., IV llovuohi Ireurh and Xpsnshh. Pro had fired ...taken ,. "their lMti.. vers. e.p.M feasor (loriiii. Ihe lHlH.rat,.rv work I Usd only In her nlhld . the ' JrV A h fo done in the f ernoo.i hours voung girl st.M.d terrified, slarin at , .MaeWsit oft., r-tf.,1.. he Urn. ('omiiv Normal Sehmd. the Kn.le..iie scene that met her .) , ! ' k , , fcrh ,, which opened Monday i..ornli,K In he As she watched, before she had lime fc ,,",., ,m,t of Vr .,. hiiKfHe high hool building, under lrt,t te.ilue what was happening, two i.f .V,., .,,,. ., ,..-Ji t ,,i-.i-, .... iiirvMti of Superintended! AhlernmH ' I,,,, father's ranch hand, came rim mini UT. ."" . " "T1L .. .VTL . ". for the first day .. nttendaiiee of l.'Md. ordered them t throw P "rXe "7 the I MlbjlM: "f ,hl which will prohtthlv be Increased oiin , iiIP,r bands if V '7 l "ix .iii-Ii-J , -i i . tom,.re tha'n 10. The purpose of this '"ft, "' ,.. OHf , ,he ,,,,,,, J "'--J ,J Vh.' f?.m ..I ."-' m sch.H. is t pre,r.re teacher, or their llirlli ,im,M.ll Hjmb from Uornen "Z?''"! Ihforni.in.r,. ., exninlHHtioiis mid the studies In which Rjnr n,lH)engle declared there ."" k ' k thev are to be tried out nre ttuutht here The school will continue six weeks NEW FEATURE OF CHAUTAUQUA Special Provisions Made for Young Women to Attend. The State Hoard of the Young Worn en's Christian Association are making it itsie for young women to get the iMticntlnnnl ndvnutnges of the tllnd stone n ltd Ashland Chntuiniun Asem biles under economical and congenial social condition'. They will open tierinanent hendniinr ters for voting women. There will lie n central reception tent, nttd small dormi lory trill, (two single cots in mich trnl) completely e.uipml fur romfnrt. The iiriei per night will I 3.1 rents Simple breakfast and lunches at 1,1 rents fur those occupying the tent will I fur nished Il is hoped that a large aunt her vt young women will avail them selves tif this pleasant arrangement. II in Prances I'. (Inge, Northwest See ri'tory, will I in ehnrtfe ttf the Iliad stone rump, nnd Mrs. V .1. IhineymaH if the Ashland rump. It Is pUnned to make this n pleasant "house wrty" for the- two week of the Assembly. It wilt be n delightful nnd profitable holiday for young women nil over the state. All desiring to nv til themselves of this splendid opxirtuHiiy should seHd In their names as soon as ptAslhle to Mix (lage, Ui .McMillan street, port html, Oregon. The eitn is from July 7 to ID, inclusive. Special to Cherr Fair, Ponlmd The Oregon Electric Railway company is nct(olittmg with ocal business orianualioiu to run a special train to Salem. I riday, lu'y 9 for the benefit of visitor In the Sa lem cherry fair Portland people have received an urgent Kcnrral invitation to attend the Salem fair The electric road has made special rates .It U proposed ! run a special train that will l-vr Salem on the return trip at 10 Mi p m, and get the ru unionists luck to Portland about midnight. PORTLAND MARKETS. Wheat Track prices! Club, fiHe per bushel; red llusalan, bOej btuoatem, PUc: Vallev. 8e. MIIMnfT Ilran, tl'l per ton; mid Ming", 0.60; shorts, country, ISSM); city, SS; wheat and Iwrlry chop, f 27 6fl. Ilarler -Peed, HH por tonj rolled, 27.ftO;r2S.80i brewing, 2fl. Oats Vo, 1 white, $27M por ton; gray, 87. NayTimothy. Willamette Vallnv. fl per ton; willnmette Valley, ordi nary. $1,1; Pnstcrn Oregon, I18.A0; mixed, 10; clover, III; alfalfa, 112; ilfnlfn mrnl. $20. Dressed Ments Hogs, fancy, 8e per pound; nrdlnnry, 7ei largo, flc; veal, extra, He. ordinary, 0(27e heavy, fie; mutton, fancy 8($0r. Mutter Kx'tra, 2fir per pound; faney 2le; choice, 20ej store, (V, Leg- Oregon, 17jtf?l8le per doren. Cheese- Fancy c renin twin, 13e per nound; full rrcnm triplets. Lie; full rrenm Young America. He; cronm brick, 20c ; Swiss block, 18c: llinhurger, 20p. Poultry Mixed chickens, MflMMr per pound: fnncv hens. 12c: rooster. nej rrycr. wriil7c; liroiiers, infmi7e; muck, nin, j.tc; spring, ir.fim.'(Mr; ijeeo, 8f7M)iM turkey, nllve. lflflBlSe for hen, H(f7jlfle for gobblers; dressed, h nn i nc. Pntntoes Old Oreoon. tlfful.in ncr hundred! now California, 2f$2Jc per pound. Vrcsh Fruits Ornnffc. fanev. i3.2i (fM.7f!t lemons, $(iB4.7(5: strawberries J0ef77)$1.23 per erato; grape fruit. $r.7B rt?.1.J.'i per box; bnnanns, f5ffflflo per pound) cherries, $1(S)1.2.1 per box; gnoBeberrle, fie per pound; nprlrnts, $l(ri)1.2.1 per crate; cantaloupe, $2.7(5(75 3.2.1; blackberries, $1(77)1.25 par erato; penchc. 00c$l per crntoj plums, $1 per crate. Onion California rod, $1.0fS(iTl,75 per sack; TSermmlns, $2 por crateigar He. lfl(J520e per pound. Ifops 1007, prime and choice, OBla per pnuniii oiui, sKyzjo per pound TC..I l?n.l... fmm . o mw "pa -.-.uaK,-s kva.- shrinkage; Valley, J0(f12le. ,a memhr f .1 V. .'.'. :. ' '.'"" . " ' "'"."" " "m Voiiexuohm g Mohalr-Ohoie., 1. per pouna. ,Thc fugitlvV, are 'in tVcnchid InT cave, Vos.rb'ir1 frm ,,,,i 'n,t J KIDNAP HANaHEH'3 DAUGHTER Captor Uses Her as Shield Overhauled. When Fresno, Cal , July I Using the' hod) of the girl he had hidnaput from her father's house as .1 shield for his. own Imdv. llrve Uogcrs held the tMt4i. llinl bad run bun down at bay f.. i.p.w .ii. Ii.uir v,ttrril.iv before I may surrendering himself and the ,...ir iiuiii and oil man of Coaling.!, was re turned to her parents She recently graduated from the Holy Cross Col lege, in Santa Lruz I , Waked f firing of .1 il Waked from a sound sleep hy the . . .ii i..... i.. . i. . ...i iiriug oi ,i tinrcu ruic mn hi iw of her ranch home In the foothills oi the Coast range, she stumbled nut into I the night to find herself staring Into the muzzles of two rllles held ill the hands of a pair of desperadoes Her father and mother had preceded her 'and thev stood with hands up The I, . ' , !,. M,.,t InsUntlv one of iht no moiicv in the house ioer inert upon forced the young girl In guide him through her home, pointing out ihe places where the family kept their ptile and other valuable In vain the child pleaded that there wa only 111 tents in her bureau drawer When the search revealed uothiiiff, the ruffians look her out. harnessed one of the trams' lieloniciug to Domcn- y . .. .1 ginr, liuitd'cd the K"l into it anil drove olf Then Domrngine who had been released, after promising in pro tluir $J.(HW ransom, made us w) L, IsmIIhm and spread the alarm Im I mediately several posses started and, st I in esierday afternoon Kisers was overtaken at Jacks Sprints He fired two shots, but seeing Ihe armed oil men and onucrs swarming m, gave up He and the girl were brought In town in an automobile A bit crnwtl gathered and wotiM have lynched Rogers hail not Sheriff Chittenden pleaded with them not to take the law into their own hands I ovrall managed to cscspe. but is stil' tiritiK toir-nrd Mis )nmritlne said the men offered no plfront to her COLLAPSES IN COURT. Prlnco von Eulenborg Overcome ami. Trial Is Suspended. Iter lift. July t 'I he trial of Prince su Eulenbcrg. nn the c ha rate of per jury and suboriulion of perjury m the scandal of, last year, was con tinned in this city esirday The hearina. are Itel" held in private The tinner nlradrd not uuiltv and declared that the Munich witnesses had either been bribed or were mad The court began yesterdat by taking the testimony, of llaron Alphonsc dr Kt'lhsrbild. of Vienna, who was given precedence because he urged the ne cessity oi his immediate retu'n In the Austrian capital The prince was attended in court by a physician During the afternoon session he was suddenly overcome with weakness and restorative had ! be applied The silting was suspended until today the nrince being removed in an automobile to the Charily Hos pital, where he is held a prisoner FLOOD OF MONEY. Ulg Corporations of Country Pay Out 16,000,000 Dividends. Chicago. July I There will lie dis tributed throughout the United Slate today a total of lOJ.uon.oon,' made up largely 01 semi annual payment by public coiporatmu such a railroads. large industrial concern ami lunks. 1 His immense volume of money, cut I I "use from one end of the country to he other, will, it is believed, start a vre it business revival It is eapected in icau 1.1 widespread investment and Kener.il improvtments, and will have , beneficial and hr icing effect in many , ways 1 .me important tcalure I that railroad will have no trouble in get inn iiiiius tor improvement ami work is in sight for thousands of id men ai me present time ihe situation i peculiar in (bat not only in the United .itaifs, nut in all great monetary ecu- ivis in mc worm, money lias never oeen more men 11 a laru nan ,.f the money is in gold. Dying Wish Qratlfield. I n. A I-. -"-I ...I.. . -.. s .ukcics, u.ai, jiny 1 uimries mmiicatcd with the S.-in niw.ol,. n-. dais ami the letter was delivered a few hours before the boy's death Outlaw Hold Fort. Fort Smith. Ark Inlv t in n,.i.. Sf...l... ..I..I.. .... I'HI'l .iioiiiujr iiigui nciwcen tirccn, a 15-ycar-old colored boy, who U"v ?! "r m"' pri'wi H'l'ort- Hint he h'f ha been dying for several dsv at th. ' ,",",'w" '"' IH for Uiinlaskn nclJnuUnloVe 'in thu'cS', n ed X 'T Jm "'?' t"M away yesterday clasping a letter from "' '"' T' vl' ' "" ,"'l'l", '"! his father, who is servfng a five ye" '''''O'h.trd.hl.i before he nw sentence at Sin Oiifiiiln Jl,,i ,"r w1"' " hrokmi eg. In the ibiv days "go Judge Ciinls I) W.lbu ' i"''1 "."rl", Mwl '" H"'r "", 'H llii i Juvenile Cotirl wis iifor. ! ,1 V, 1 IT'0"1'' '''' 'l't Im hnttene.l ever il!c 1 o ' whtT wa ' s MTe 2' V .' " ".. . ",w."' . ! "M Ihn . Mil bcrcttlml. had begged for a let er 'self 0 " , rK ' ,'V, ""ll"""1"1 'it from his father IudL.e Will, r 'fi f.fi?.,J.f. f'00 ,,,,,, ,,rr '''" urw, wwr Hi oioiiuuy iiik ill nciwcen n unit. n,l 1 . a - - . a--s-ss sis tii'iiniiiiir 1 1111 rvittii s.r .. 1. sr. cossacks take mr Rebels Driven From List Hiifiiiji! anil Houses PHIaiim!. IHAIt or LIVIS Russian Dank Simitar 1,500 Shah Withdraws His Troops From Urlllsh Legation. Ml, Petersburg. July I. -Th fun-in ulllee hi has received dlspnteh run tlrmlng the rHirl of recent ripri ,"'""' ". .L.T"7 "' '".' T" .." Tricked HI Enemlrs. ,ndN, .Inlv I A speelnl dlspairh tu the Times from Teh ran, June lit, applies a biag history of Ihe rtruis that led tn Ihe recent roup d'etat U cording to this M hum He men I rrtltm old discarded roortleis deHtaMde.1 lh IUmIwsjI frnSN the Mtaee uf a rllipo- ,.f roMspirnluf A drlegalliin sm rsllr I NpoN the Shah to ripel rvrtaln rnuii il(.h,i iw I. ' ., rnvntllos. ineltMlNg ,mir lianmlur . sm, tM of Ike Shah s m ( riiunrllliirs TTtr Mhah rifiir , w tnmfti,n al .,lrllv pir , ' lom kr 7 , ',, J , r,yMt M ,,' , hmlur's wll.l borvuMeti gnll'ipr'l I trough the WAIN tknriitickfares brsn.lishlng sttnrd and rlflrs. causing is nil. I slam peri sHtririrnly a whole rrgimmt ..f rMaehs with gons ready fur attar, fallow.) by the tribal ravalrv v. t l. il. rrlrs of 'U.Bs; live Ik Mhah" an I IhiMB with Ik trnllufi, " hall. I l.r fur Ik palar Tb lutaaars war all cIom.1 up n. Ik peopU ran h far of their In.s Th Shah's rarriasr. drtvea b siv 1 I hurs, was a fssstlag f ra tb gua suuar frouaa.l liv lb H HiMirr w hu It whs supposed had bM tllatsnssr.l, eariirttal lir vrv karwwaN lb SI enuhl war, rark with hi lift f-lr In shoot aaylNjdv who H.lp;ht datr uj inipm tb Sbab s itassss' .Ml Ibis bHppenwl within Ira wlmtlril a au witaiN annlber Im mImuIs bis in jty was bralhlaat lb frab air f I llaasbah. th tajral ganlra nutsl I la M(ra khI Ijttrr ia lb .lav n ojupm nasi tb crown prlar wat t.i th. royal gardrn with an vaeurl of patj hiirapMapa. Tbl so.., lraas lb rVn'rrl of tb nivalis! artiviti and Ihr sur ifMtadiag ganlras wt appfoprialr.l . a Msjruiar casap rnal wbirh nuiims ally iai-rvaixl It fnrrrs. Tb m-.I n,-r- k.H r nisi r.r I J 111 surpris.- Sl Meat. Iblahiag lb wb.il thing a 1 '. imii iay mmb nia-ovrji their mistakt. PUNISH JAP SOLDIER. American Consul Secures lmvotiln of Severn Penalties. Sriml. .lulv I. A .tNNiNa atddirr rsa atnurk 'I'buradav through tb .w.rf,.sa Metbotliat mWsiuaarv ntpmlsra at I'.aa Yang. II assaulted a foreaa earrtakaei wllb a liayoa! phasing hlsn lhr..gh 1 a HsiMinaary raiiM. Aaterleaa t'oaaul Hawwoas, whrn ia- formed of th allair. rail.! at Ihr .Ian aaa r.aidi-arv and demanded lb '"j lanmeat or I Ha soldier. Hv order of Prinr I In Ik sol.li.r mi rrtd and imMllally Nl.nnd 1 1 two MniHth' hard labor Th r..i..rlJ major, captain and lleulrnanls of Uu rr-imrnl tn which lh anldirr bt.ing.- will li iiriplad bv a eonnNm'nt from Ihr In sevrndays. The prompt art ion stgulllcant of th detrri f I'rlnr.. 11 . 1 "MHiMrnni in tnw siati Mrusstsss t litis m 1 m dapaa rrsi.lrat general that th. ll u"a maintain a iiroiwr Mllilud tovsur. fflgthi. Th ekarn atjain.l ihe )I dler Haa tb violalioM of nn Aniiri.sJ I wont, aad tb diaripllnlHg of th.- ..Ml ;er wa due to tb fact that uldir '' " m rvgimeut reeently partirj iM in th damaging of nil Amerlrsl i'riiiarlan Mihwlumuv arhmd ltubiin iMl " lJ- In that ra.r nil damage '""rod by order of the resident get 'iwi. Lonn Mariner Give Up. Hn Pedro, Ch duly I The slunj Hlnr, IS tun register bus reportel n the Clistnm hnusn ('fii.lnlii '..l.ml! Confirms 90,000,000 Flno. .iintciis, WtiiliiPNi nv. July I. VJ WllmiiNtntl, duly I Tho court of en mitlon Im confirmed tho decision the civil court of first Instnticn eoi liernuiii' flno of $'1 iiveriimui udgincnt I port. j cci no 'IW''WIi Utoar"