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Lets Important but Not Lati Intir
estlng Happenings from Point
Outside tha Stat.
Tim courts Imvn decided Hint thn
Snell fortune Mini I go to n nluca.
Castro hns left Merlin on nceo'int of
Out largo number of beggar bothering
Tha United States sent $1,000,020
In cash to tha Italian earthquake suf.
I'rlnco Ferdinand linn asked tlio pow
r to recognize tlio lrdeendenro'of
Gunrdlnn Imvn been appointed for n
German prince, of tlio royal fnmlly lie--causa
of hlii oxtravagnnce.
A number of tli Danish royal fnm
lly wuru on tlio crulor which wni
rammed liy n freight steamer.
Fifty village and DO, 000 acres of
Innd urn under water In Prussia ns n
rtiult of tlio tilbo river being out of Its
Trnlnn ennnot got ncro thn Itocky
mountains in Colorado on arcount of
tlio heavy mow. All roud hnvo largo
gangs of men at work.
(irtm! Duko Vlndlinlr Is said to hnvo
Ibcon Involved In a conspiracy to ap
jolnt a regency for thu czar nnu nn in
vestlgatlon had Juat started when ho
An Immenae Irrigation schema It
planned In New Mexico which will
water 000,000 acres. Tlio Urgent dam
In tha world will lie built to atoro tlio
1IIII linn Incorporated a company to
'build a railroad In Canada.
Governor Glllett will sign the bill
closing all California racetrack.
A permanent tariff reform organlza
tion ha Wen formed at InulniiaKll.
Threti San Francisco firemen were
Injured while rescuing Chinese from a
English and Soctch suffragettes
started a riot In nn attempt to Inter
view rrrmier Asqulth,
Tlio Knniaa legislature ha pasted a
bill prohibiting the sale of liquor by
druggists except ns used In prcterlp
tluni. Tlio Califonila icnato hat i;ono on
record an favoring election of United
States senators by direct voto of tha
Tho International opium conferenco
l in session nt Shanghai, Chlnn, in an
endeavor to davlso plana to stop the
uto of tho drug.
Frequent quarrel bctwen opposing
attorney mark tho progress of tho
Calhoun trial in Ban Francisco. The
jury it not yet complete and 12 tpecial
venire hnvo been exhnuited,
Tho opening of tho Portland gnto
way, to that passenger trnlllc from tho
East could go to tho Hound over Harrl
man line to l'ortland and from thorn
over Hill rond, would ulTcct rallroadii
throughout tho United S Intra.
King Edward han cpenrd tho HrltUh
Explosion of gas In nn English coal
mlno coat 180 Uvea.
Soldier nt Fort Wonlcn, Wash., boat
up tho Port Townaend police.
KlngA Ifonao In determined to mnko
fllKht In Wright's neroplnno.
Govornor Norrla hns signed tho bill
abolishing ipol room In Montana.
Tho senate Is llkoly to recommend
that hnlf tho nnvy bo kept In tho Fa
An attempt to rovlvo tho anti-Jap
tichoolb ill In tho Cnllfornln leKlaloturo
At tho prcaont rata n month will bo
Tequircd to socuro n jury In tho Cal
lioun bribery caao.
Tho Cnllfornlu houao hna pnaaod a
Mil forbidding boys Booing cockfights,
prizefights or horseraces.
Vlco President Fairbanks pinna n
trip around tho world, an soon as ho
loaves odko, going west.
Tho chief of pollco of Sparks, Nov.,
was publicly whipped by u woman bo
cnuso of an alleged slnndor.
Los Angeles will hold a special elec
tion In March to chooso a successor to
Mayor Uarpnr undor tho rocall act.
Austria is making secret prepara
tions for a war with Sorvla,
A Moxlcan at Guadalajara has Just
celebrated his 180th birthday.
Womon Ruffrsglst leaders are pro
paring to again storm parliament.
worms on cabinet
Tatt Snys Mott of HI Advisor Have
Been Tnntntlvsly Solleltsd.
Washington, Fob. 10. As soon ns
President-elect Tuft flnds a unliable
man for secretary of war, his cabinet
will bo comploto; that Is, tentatively
complete. It will ho subject to change
any Hum before tlm 4th of March, if
condition nrlao which, In tho opinion
of Mr. Tuft, Justify modification.
Hut it end bo an Id on thu authority
of one of Mr. Tnft's cloacat advisers,
thnt eight of tho nlno cabinet ofllcora
huvo been conditionally chosen, and
seven out of tho olght hnvo signified
their willingness to enter tho cabinet
if tho formal tender Is mado.
It should also bo snld thnt, naldo
from tho statu and jKtolUcoxjrt folio,
nono of tho cablnot olllcoi hnvo as yet
been llimliy and formally (ll-xol or,
and tho Incoming prtafdent cun, with
out the slightest breach of good fnlth,
mnko any changes In hln present pro
gramme which to him seem proper.
Tho selections so fnr nro:
Secretnry of Htnto--Philander C.
Secretary of tho Treasury -Gcorgo
M, Koynolda, Illinois, or somo other
Attorney General George W. Wick
erslinrn. Now York,
Postmaster Genernl Frank II.
Secretary of thn NnvyGeorgo vou
L. Meyer, Massachusetts.
Secretary of the Interior Itichnrd A.
Secretary of Agriculture James
Secretnry of Commerce and Labor
Charles Nsgel, Missouri.
NIAGARA FALLS DnY.
lea Pile Up on American Stdo and
Two Men Crot on Rockt.
Niagara Falls, N. Y Fob. 10.
Only a tiny rivulet, not deep or twift
enough to carry a pulp log over tho
brink, I (lowing over tho American
sida of Nisgnrn Fnllifl A strong
northeast wind which has blown since
Friday, hat hvld back tho water and
allowed tha lea to gain a foothold. Two
employes of the American reservation
walked from Proiect Point nearly to
Hath island this morning.
A great wall of Ice run from the
head of Goat Island to tho American
mainland, through which only tiny
streams nro able to trickle. This wall
hns even encroached on tho Cnnndlnn '
channel, extending out some 200 feet
beyond the Third Sister Islsnd and
tr.Bt1l filmtnlalittw- ttin 1nu nva tn
,..... wf 1....I. ).(. .n .II... V. .V
Horseshoe. Only tho very amix of tho
Cnnndlun falls Is left, and that Is rob
bed of half of Its How. The gorgo be
low Is choked and tho rapids have lost
their fury, whllo tho whirlpool is
barely In motion.
This Is only tho third time that this
combination of wind and Ice hns thus
affected tho falls since tho white man
camo here. Tho other occasions wero '
on March 20, 1848, and on March 22,
ITALY THANKS AMERICA.
Grateful for Aid Rendered to Earth
Ilaltlmorc. Feb. 10, "My govern
ment hua many things for which to
thank tho people of America sinco the
earthquake In Southern Italy," said
llaron dos rinnchei, tho Italian ambas
sador at Waidiington, In an Interview
"liesldes tho great monotnry nsslst
nnco and tho sympathy wo hnvo receiv
ed, wo aro grateful for tho scientific
Information which we huvo received
and tho valuable hints which have been
given us by tho United States geolog
ical survey. This Information will bo
of more lasting benefit to Italy than
oven tho groat sums of money that
havfe been sent to our people,"
Messinu was going to rebuild, ho
said, but profiting by tho lessons of tho
San Francisco disaster, it would be
dono on different lines.
Wheat Men In Combine
Hastings, Nrb Fob. 1C Organiza
tion of the Wintor Whcatgrowers' as
sociation of Nebraska, Kansas and Ok
lahoma was completed Saturday at tho
close of a three days' muss meeting of
farmers of tho three states, Tho jmr
poso Is to control tho prlco of winter
wheat. About 200 farmers signed a
pledge agreeing not to soil thnlr next
year's crop for loss than tho prlco to
bo fixed at a delegate convention, ox
copt aftor SO days' notice to tho direc
tors and fslluro to gotthoagrcod prlco,
A fund of f COO was raised to puah tho
work of organlintlon.
Storms In Middle West.
Chicago, Feb. 10. A heavy fall of
sleet and snow, driven by a high wind,
Interforrcd with transportation and
seriously interrupted wlro communica
tion over a largo portion of tho Lako
Michigan district today. Tho storm
was general through tho central West.
Northern Illinois, Northern Indiana,
Missouri and Kansas had llttlo commu
nication with tho outslda world by
i j saawwpPtasssssssaswi i iiihi a ! i n-twif-i i ii m i mmmmmmaim
proceedings of congress in brief
Friday, Fe-brusrf 10,
Washington, Feb. 10.-Tho army
bill, appropriating 1100,0,10,050, was
pnsssed by tho sennto today. There
was llttlo dls. ussion upon tha rricnnu.ro
except upon tho senate amendment ap
propriating $1)60,000 for tho construc
tion of roads In Alaska, which was
agreed upon. On motion ot Mr. War
ren nn nmendmcntapproprlntlng$127,
000 to construct n nntionol roadway
from tho national cemetery nt St.
Louis to Jefferson barracks was agreed
to. A sorinto amendment added $4,
010,050 to tho amount carried by tho
measure as It passed tho house. Of
thnt total 11,248,010 was to incrcato
the pny of various enlisted men and
11,500,000 was for tho construction of
bnrrncks and quarters.
Washington, Feb. 10. Two morn
disputes between tho president and
congress wero rovlved U day when tho
house committee on appropriations ro-
portcd tho sundry civil appropriation
bill. One was In regard to the limita
tion of the uto of tho secret service of
tho Treasury department. Tho other
was tho appropriation for tho exam
ination of accounts of rnilronds under
section 20 of tho Hepburn rate law.
Tho bill, tho largest of all the general
supply bills, carries an appropriation
of 2137,220,007, or $2,000,000 less
than tho estimate,
Tho house thin afternoon adopted nn
amendment to tho fortification bill ap
propriating $250,000 for the fortifica
tion of the harbor at San Pedro, Cat,
The amendment provides that tho
money bo expanded "for tho reclama
tion of land to bo U'etl for fortifica
tions," but there was no specification
as to tho amount of land and "no spe
lie placo mentioned."
Thursday, February 10.
Washington, Feb. 18. An acrid ex
change of words took plsco In tho sen
ato today between La Follette, who
was criticising tho methods of that
body In handling appropriation bill,
and Penrose, chairman of the commit
tee on postofflces and noatroads, who
wss In charge of tho postofflco bill,
which was passed, carrying appropri
ations of over $2.12,000,000.
Washington, Feb. 18. Tho contro
versy over tho legislative appropria
tion bill, In connection with tho salary
of tho secretary of state and regarding
tho ineligibility of Senator Knox for
Uist ofllce, was settled In tho house of
representatives todny when tho bill
was sent to conferenco and the commit
tee was authorized to consider the sal
ary provision ns if In disagreement.
This gives tho committee (lower to re
duce the psy from $12,000, to $8,000,
Its former figure.
Tho bill codifying nnd amending the
penal laws of tho United States was
passed and thu fortifications bill wns
discussed. Vsrious attacks on tho
house rules were mado by Hubbard
and Hepburn of Iowa. Tho latter as
serted that members had betrayed their
trust and prostrated themselves at the
feet of the speaker, who, ho said, had
been mado a tyrant. Tho bill was
pending when tho houso took a recess
Wednesday, February 17.
Washington, Feb. 17. Tho nnval
bill, carrying total appropriations of
about $130,000,000, wasi passed today
by tho renato after being under consid
eration for threo days. Thu bill was
changed by tho restoration of tho
house provisions for two battleships of
20,000 tons displacement, to cost $C,
An Ineffectual effort was mado lo
defeat tho amendment for restoring
marlno corpa to battleships and cruis
ers, which was placed in tho mcasuro
whllo tho sonata was proceeding In the
commltteo of tho wholo,
Senator Ln Follotto addressed tho
tenato upon his amendment to cronto
a commission to consider a plan for
consolidating tho work of tho navy in
a smaller number of yards cr stations.
Ho said no senator who had a navy
yard In his state- should bo mado a
member of tho commltteo on naval
affairs, but Mcsrs. Fryo, Flint and
others suggested that If such a policy
wero genorally adopted In tha commit
tee on commerce, agriculture, etc., tlio
result would become ridiculous,
Washington, Feb, 17, An attempt
to abolish capital punishment undor
Federal laws today blocked tho con
clusion of consideration of tho penal
code bill in tho house, sitting In com
mltteo of tho whole, Tho most im
portant amendment Incorporated In tho
bill was one to rogulato interstate
shipment of Intoxicating liquors.
Tuesday, February 10.
Washington, Fob. 10. Tho Moxtco
and Arizona statehood bill, which
passed tho houso yesterday, was refer
red today by thn senate to tho commlt
teo on torrltortea after considerable
maneuvering on tho floor, and tho dis
cussion informally of u number of sug
gestions looking to tho pasage of tho
bill at the present session,
Tho committee will moot on Friday
to consider the bill, but It Is not be
lioved it will bo reported during this
Washington, Feb. 10. This being
still thu legislative day of yesterday,
tha houso todny, for the most part, de
voted itself to consideration of bills
under suspension of the rules. A num
ber wero punned, among them being:
Requiring tho equipment of ocean-going
vessels with wireless apparatus.
Providing for tho reorganization and
enlistment of the naval academy band.
Creating an uddltlonnl Judgeship for
tho Western district of Washington.
Amending tho interstate commcrco
laws to make It a mlsdemennor for any
interstate carrier to mako any alto
entry or record pertaining to its busi
ness. Enlarging the membership of tho In
terstate Commerce commission from
seven to nine.
Authorizing tho secretary of agricul
ture to declare a' quarantine against
the Importation of diseased nursery
stock nlfected with Injurious Insects.
The Indian appropriation bill, carry
ing an appropriation of $11,761,000,
Monday, February IC.
Washington, Feb. IC Complying
with a recommendation mado by tho
conference on tho caro of dependent
children, which met In this city Janu
ary 2G, President Itoosovclt today sent
to congress a special messago urging
tho creation of a children's bureau
within tho department of the interior,
nnd legislation to mako tho recom
mendations of tho conferenco directly
effective In tho District of Columbia
and tho territories.
Washington, Feb. IC The houso
provision in the naval bill that no part
of tho appropriation for powder should
be paid to any trust or monopoly, "ex
cept in the event of an emergency,"
was the subject of considerable criti
cism in tho senate today. That it was
for tho purposo of hoodwinking the
public and would not really affect the
purchaso of powder to any appreciable
extent was chsrged by Cummins.
Tho sennto materially amended a
provision making a lump appropriation
for tho pay of tho clerical, drafting.
Inspection and messenger forco at navy
yards and naval stations and other sta
tions and offices under tho Navy depart
ment, Tho cntiro question will go to
Washington. Feb. IB, Tho struggle
of Arizona and New Mexico for sepa
rate statehood was rewarded today so
far as tho house of representatives is
concerned, when that body, under sus
pension of rules, unanimously passed
tho bill granting separate statehood to
tho two territories.
Hamilton, of Michigan, having the
mcasuro in chargo, spoke briefly in
support of it. Ho said it was not a
party question. Doth sides, ho declar
ed, wero now rallying to fulfill party
Saturday, February 13.
Washington, Fob. 13. Tho ominous
flguro "13" dominated in tho status of
the regular general appropriation bills
in congress today. Thcro aro 13 of
theso great supply bills regularly en
acted at each session and today, the
13th of tho month, thcro aro 11 of
these measures yot to bo passed by tho
senate in tho 13 days remaining of this
congress on which they can bo consid
ered and enacted Into law. Of these
bills seven have not been acted on by
While 15 legislative days remain,
not Including March 4, when congress
must adjourn at noon, ono of theso days
must bo dovoted to eulogies and an
other to tho lias ago of bills providing
for the ro-cnlistment of aoldiors of the
25th regiment, who wero charged with
having shot up Brownsville
Washington, Feb. 13. A varloty of
subjects was discussed in tho houso of
representatives today. Tho Indian ap
propriation bill technically was under
consideration, but many members
availed themselves of the opportunity
for general debato.
Lamar, of Florida, argued for the
amendment of tho railroad rate law,
saying tho law was Insulllclont to cover
tho cases included in Its provisions.
Madden, of Illinois, referred to in
creases in freight ratca aincu the
freight law went into effect. Murphy,
of Wisconsin, dollvererd an eulogy of
Lincoln. Washburn, or Massachusetts,
favored a modification of tho Sherman
anti-trust law In ordor that It might be
less burdensome. Hayes, of Califor
nia, attacked the rules of tho house,
Langley, of Kentucky, criticised the
mlmlnlstrntion of affairs of tho Choc
taw Indians. Sherman, of Now York,
explained the provisions of tho Indian
bill, whllo Foster, of Vermont, pleaded
for an adjustment of postal rates aa
affecting merchandise sent through the
MAY STOP DIQQINa.
Secretary Garfield Threatens to Sus
pend Klamath Work,
Washington, Fob. 16. J. Newell,
of tho reclamation service, stated to
day that orders had been Issued to shut
down work on tho Klamath irrigation
project, pending adjustment of differ
ences between the government and tho
sottlcrs. This announcement follows
a decision by Secretary Garfield that
settlers must pay tho annual mainte
nance chargo or 76 cents per acre, be
ginning May 1 next, and must mako
ten equal annual payments of $3 each
per aero for tho water right, tho first
water payment lallint duo May 1,
Many settlers hnvo announced that
they cannot pay $30 per acre for water,
but, as this Is tho actual proportionate
cost of building tho project, the secre
tary cannot accept less. He requested
the Water Users' association to Inform
him what It Is willing to do under tho
circumstances, but as it has not mado
reply, ho felt obliged to stop further
construction until satisfactory agree
ment Is reached. Tho settlers, under
tho first unit of tho project, which is
completed, will bo furnished water
this coming season, If they pay tho
maintenance charge, but, unless thcro
Is a speedy agreement, construction of
tho Clear iako reservoir will not bo
carried forward and tho second unit
of tho project will remain undeveloped.
Meantime, Engineer Murphy, In
charge of the Klamath project, has
been called to Washington and will be
succeeded by W. W. Slccht
F. W. Hanna, another reclamation
engineer, has been sent to resume tho
preliminary work of tho Malheur pro
ject and, if the Klamath controversy
is not adjusted, work may be concen
trated at Malheur.
ROBBERS SECURE S35.0OO.
Daring Early Morning Holdup Carried
Out Nesr Denver.
Denver, Feb. 16. That tho hold-up
of tho westbound Denver & Rio Grande
passenger train, near Denver, at 3:16
this morning, was the work of threo
instead of two robbers and that tho
robbery of the mall car gavo them a
loot of possibly $35,000, are indicated
by tho investigation of the railroad and
police officials today. So far no tangi
ble clow to the Identity or whereabouts
of the robbers has been found, but it
seems probable that tho men came to
Denver and are now hiding in this city.
The exact amount secured by tho
robbers cannot be ascertained. It is
known, however, that the registered
mail sack from Colorado Springs to
Denver was empty and that little of
valuo was in tho Pueblo-Denver sack.
Tho sack from Portland, Colo., to Den
ver, however, contained $400 of money
order funds consigned to the Denver
The robbery was remarkable for its
originality and daring. It took place
within eight miles of Denver, within
less than two miles of Fort Logan, the
United States military reservation,
and at a spot where habitations are
plentiful. Yet so thorough was the
work of thn robbers and so well were
their plans laid that they had fully an
hour and a half start of the officers.
Search of tho vicinity of the hold-up
Indicates that a third jnan and possibly
a fourth were engaged in the robbery;
that a rubber-tired buggy was in wait
ing for the actual hold-ups and that
torpedoes and red signal fires were
used unsuccessfully In an attempt to
stop tho train before the automatic
revolvers of the two men on tho train
were used in doing this.
ALL FAVOR LOCKS.
Government Engineers Unanimous for
Present Canal Plan.
Washington, Feb. 16. Colonel
Georgo W. Gocthals, chairman of tho
Isthmian Canal commission, and tho
members of tho board of engineers ap
pointed by President Roosevelt, who
went to Panama with President-elect
Taft, reached Washington today. Tho
board will report unanimously In favor
of continuing tho lock plan. Colonel
"I repeat what I said to you a year
ago, and that is that the canal will be
completed and ships will be traversing
it by February 1, 1916. Work on tho
Waterway is going ahead splendidly, I
am to appear before the houso commit
tee on apropriationa Monday, when I
will bo prepared to give an estimate of
what the canal will cost.
"In my judgment, tho character of
the canal to be built has not changed
in tho least. Tho most acceptable
plan is that of tho lock canal, which Is
that now under construction. Any
danger of ships bumping into the gates
or other parts of tha locks, about which
somo apprehension has boen expressed,
will be entirely averted by electrical
devices by which tho vessels will be
kept under control at all times."
Not Satisfied With Law.
Des Moines, Iowa, Feb. 15. A peti
tion signed by 10,000 names was re
ceived by Senator B. Cosson today ask
ing for resubmission to the voters of
Iowa of the state constitutional amend
ment providing for absolute prohibi
tion. The signers are from pratclcally
every town and village In the stae.
TREMBLOR IN PERSIA
Sixty Villages Ruined afid Many
People Are Killed.
WORSE THAN THAT AT MESSINA
Big Shock'Came January 23, but Re
port Just Gets Out Gulf
Teheran, Persia, Feb. 18. The mys
tery of tho great earthquake recorded
on instruments in various parts of tho
world on January 23 Is solved today by
reports that CO villages wero destroyed
and 6,000 persons lost their lives in an
earthquake In the province of Luristan
in western Persia, The tremblor oc
curred on January 23, but owing to de
lays by the provisional authorities
news of tho quako did not reach the
capital until today.
According to the records of the local
seismograph violent earthquake shocks
were recorded on January 23 and re
ports were received from other observ
atories of earth waves but the location
of tho disturbance could not bo deter
mined. The government has issued orders
to tho various departments requesting
further information as to the necessity
of food, clothing and medical supplies.
Seismic instruments showed that tho
tremblor was more violent than that
occurring in Sicily and Calabria in
At least 12,000 cattle were killed.
Refugees are still flocking to Uurijurs,
according to late dispatches. The
quake covered an enormous area which
was sparsely populated but it Is report
ed that the general loss of life was
along tho shoro of tho Persian gulf
where nearly every village (n the pro
vince was engulfed.
ENGLAND CLAIMS STRAITS.
Close Canadian Halibut Grounds to
Vancouver, B. C, Feb. 18. Vancou
ver fishing interests wero surprised
today to learn that the Dominion gov
ernment has decided, under the treaty
of London, to lay claim to the waters
of Hecate strait and Dixon entrance.
Heretofore theso waters, which Ho be
tween the Queen Charlotte Islands and
tha mainland of British Columbia,
have been regarded as open sea.
American halibut fishing steamers
by the score frequent theso straits,
which are 60 to 70 miles wide, and
which contain the best halibut grounds
on the coast. American vessels wero
not molested so long as they kept out
side the three-mile limit.
Tonight the following telegram was
received by tho Vancouver board of
trade from C. M. Hays, 'president of
the Grand Trunk Pacific railway,
whose western terminus is Prince Ru
pert: "Tho Dominion government is
now building a vessel and proposes to
rent another, providing the protection
called for. The minister of fisheries
also states that it is now conceded that
Hecato strait, as well as Dixon en
trance, belong to Canada."
Mr. Hays' statement Is regarded as
official. If Canada enforces this i rep
osition, scores or halibut vessels from
Seattle and Tacoma will bo excluded
from the beat fishing grounds in the
north. Tho New England Fishing com
pany will also probably be forced to
operate its American vessels out of
some American port, instead of from
Vancouver, as at present.
MONTANA STILL ANTI-JAP.
While Miscegenation Bill Fails, Land
Measure May Succeed.
Helena, Mont, Feb. 18. The houee.
on its third reading, by a vote of 32 to
24, rejected today tho senate miscege
nation bill. Clayberg introduced the
bill in the house which would prevent,
after five years, the holding of lands
in Montana by aliens. It ir aimed at
the Japanese, and is said to be pattern
ed after tho measure which caused a
protest from President Roosevelt.
The miscegenation bill, which for
bids intermarriago between Caucasians
and Africans, Mongolians and, persona
of African or Mongolian descent, waa
recommended by the house yesterday
in commltteo ol the whole, but many
who had favored it wero absent today.
or had changed thoir votes, A strong
effort will be mado to havo the bill
passed at its re-reading tomorrow.
Queen to Rebuild Town.
Rome, Feb. 18. Queen Helena baa
decided to undertake with her own
private funds the reconstruction of a
town upon the outskirts of Messina, on
the hill where the lighthouse stood.
The new community will start with
1,000 Inhabitants. Her majesty per
sonally la directing the plans. The
name of the town la ta be Kegln