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Late General News
j St. Unix, July (I Toller, of (Join,,
for ymtiH it loading nllvcr mini In tho
Hiumlo, today lulogrnphod Hiiuator Tim
tn it h oxprtHeing u pniftironeO for I'urlc-
fit. Imln, .Itily 7 Tlio Antl I'arluir.
lUw hi'iiiiumI (iiillo demoralized curly,
till morning Kut Htill niiiihi olainiH.,
f hoy would iiot epnoeiil their foam
over Dm oiitonmo of tliu oontoiuplated
meeting of I ho N. .1. delegation today,
whleh hUlto llio Parker IuimIuih predict-
cd would dcoliirn for their ouudliitii.
Itryim inudo tin oulofal statement nil
milting defeat for .tlm hiiIIm mill it
KiHiunnl Unit lio liiul rwiohod 11 hIooJh
Imi to lo this in talking on tlm con
vention floor, Thorn wan no outward
:lgu to liltturiiwri In tint hour of ap
parent olltlcal ik'Mtructloii. Now
.fiwoy hail it protracted meeting thin
morning mill lliuilly decided to oust ill
votM fur Parker. Hut tlm decision
had it siring to it , ii recurvation of (lib
right to void fo) Cleveland at any tlpio
tliu iliili'ijatlon should Hcoail ojiportuni
ty to do ho.
Tliifri'foro in all huiiiuii probability
Parker will lw tlm pre-diloiiUM nnnil
iuit nt tlm I'oiiviiiitlnii.
Tlm HUimnim.iment that Urn commit.
(.Ml llfl.l IVIt'Mtl fill. ,l,l,.flf,t,J ffiltll P,tt.
to It I co voto In tho conviiiitiou wan ro
..1 1 ...i.t. ..I .. 1 , .
llnmly, of Ddluwure, oljected to tlm
aiimudiiiiMil on tho grouuiln that Porto
ItitMt in ut a part of tlm United atatM,
tiiid nnidii a jHiliit of oritur fiigatnut it.
riutn SuiiHlor South, of ArkauriiiH, pro
Nxwd an HumiulmuiiY giving tlm tmrnu
rlglitu to tlm Philippine). IIIh Mtate
iimnt tlmt tlm PhilippiuiM am an much
uiititlinl to vot-i 'ax Porto Jlioo wiih
Imidly applauded. A.t ulnvuii tlm con
vuiUoii reeivMsl until two. (Irady,
of Now York, (liairniitu of tho ItuluH
ITumiulltt!', donlml that tlm eomniittit'
hud i!xce'dd hm Htitliority. (irady
Hiiid the roiirtu had deoiditd l'nrto Ulco
vhk jmrt .if tlm HtatHH, "Unco part
of tlm Htrttn", ho Hiild, "it will imvor
Ih jiNrt of any othi'r country" (loud
HjpUu.M. TlmKupioum court ot tlm
t'lillml Htntoc, 1m cmitinut'il, had tie-eUi-ed
tho PhilipliKM not a part of tlm
I'uitdd SUitdH. lt"viiH for (ho-io idiooiw
tho coiiiiuittiH' hud takitii tlm action it
liil. Houlh, of Ark,, deeiuied that tlm
opinion of tlm courts hadj never Ihmih
approved liy tlm Dmuocratiu iiiiikhoh of
tlm country. South declared that
Porto ItiiH), tlm Philippine iliul Hnwitll
are entitlwl torecelMitlieHamorecogni
It..,, Ifuii.K it Di.lnii'iirii. tiinlr ltn
, ; ' , . , ,, .
Htand to Hrguc tlm point. Wluui he.
Hiid tlm noniooratic party hopoil tliu
PlItppinPH would in tiinp elect thair
own priwidcnt, the convention cheered I
Tlm 1 1 motion of adoptiJig vojwrt of
tlm committee an niadii wan put to the
convention and carried by viva voco
vote. AikiuHiw demanded u recall,
whioli wan votiHl down and tlm head
of tJiuJiMcgatlnn from Porto Hico, b'enor
.Mdlliind jmiceeileil to tliu plat rorui to
addviNW tho con volition.
Hu bonis, July 7- Tho Democratic
uonvontion wan called to order at
10 I:. A roll UlHliop John U. (lien
uon, of Ht.LouiH, oli'eved jirayer, which
took one minute to deliver. A report
of "jho Conuiiltteo on KuIuh wim
Bt. louiH, July (1 Kdgav LcoEvihih,
aged 811, today cut the throat of bin
wife Antoinette and giiHhod hirt owit'i
throu.t and wrlntn lu tho Htroot Tho
woman in dead and Kviuih in tho ltohp
till dangerously wounded. They' hint
just 'returned from Han Friino'nV'O.
wore gorgeous gowns iiif
jowolsv Domestic troubles weW tlio"
eatiHO of tho tragedy, j
KnoiinHiJuly 7 -Parker this morning
stolon iiuircli on tlio curious and took
Mm plunge in tliii.riiiilHon at an earlier
hour than tmiuil. At 7 when Mjvonil
interested vlHitorri appeared, tlm candi-
dalo wiih dressing for , breakfast after
which ho took a half hour's ,' gallop
over Ksopus lanes., After I) 1m wiih in
Visible to callers, remaining in tlm
Ihmimj all morning ( work o( a private
,Tlm mowing mall hi ought bushels
of letters ol congratulation. Up to 1
Parker had received no telegrams from
St. 1miih. TIiIh p.m. tlm Judge may ho
engaged for several lmurri wiih photog
rnphcrrt from Now York.
KailHiihCity, July 7 A heavy rain
full again in varlotiH flection of Knn
hoh litHt night and continue); today.
Tim Hood Hittiutlon nt many joints is
critical;' No 1oh.i of lifo has yet 1 oen
rujKirtfd. Tim Ku'w river horn Iiiih
Hooded Armotirdiilo and Argentine,
and tlm big packiitg plants rtro bolnp
oloft'd. Olio liult of north Tojx'ku in
under water mid r.000 jnoplo am
peeking refuge in tho city piojwr.
Train service In dumoraliod.
- . O'
Gyangrtttyluly 7 Dritlnhl ciimhiWIoh
in yi-sterdiiy's engagement wuro ouo
,,nwr , , h ( , ,w , f ,
cars and 8JI men wounded. Tlm one-
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IIIV'U IlkkU.tU t..V.. llllf.tV
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1 Enejllch Racos
Heiiloy, July 7 L. P. Scholes, of
Toronto , won tlm diamond suulU at
tlm Regatta today. His tinm wax nix
seconds Mow thu record, defeating
London, July 7 Lcamlbr won the
liuiil in the grand challenge cup, de
fitting Newuollege, of Uxfurd, a
Uugth, time 7:110. :
Convent ion Hall, St. Louin, July 8
After px-ayer by Hauiiml Salari, of St.
J.oiiIh, tlm report of thu Committee on
PwolutloiiM wan called for. Commit
tee on PiMohuioni not being leady to
rejKirt, the time wart tilled in with ruu-
titio nuitlerH and ciilln for niweolioi tiy
favorite xonn, nolle of whom responded.
Hon. Ulllu Jiiiiiim, of Kentucky, nn
IMrtuiC(,rt tlmt , (j,,,,.,, ou Htwo,
lutiium will not bo aide to report until
, .,, '
w,Kht o'0,Hk tdnlght; when tlioy .will
bring in n unaimnouH report.
At 11:58 tlm convention iidjournud
until eight o'clock tonight.
Ht .ouin, July 8 Tlm vo.olulionii
Comuiittee, after eliminating tlm Mih
committco pluulc dedariug tlm lluan
,()JaI (JMOe,tjoll ou(( r politico, decided to
lea'o thu question of u HatiHttuitory
llnauuial iliiil: to thu u Hub-coinuiitteo
compound of Hryan,Villiaiufl iiudllill.
IniliCCiitious point to a iiuauiuimin
Danjoht jirotesled against tho recog
nition of Hryiiu, lu thu formation of
"Uy what right," Dnuiclrt mild,
"under what proteiiHo iloo.- this man
(ionio to instruct wh upon an Iksuo
which led us to defeat, iwioo, tliin man
whom tho Democratic imrty him twice
highly honored Iiiih noun lit. to pick
flftwri In ovury oandalato ivopcwod for
tho oflloo to which he t vico uiiimo
ceH-sfully aspired . 1 nay that if wo
nro going to wait for a. presidential
muididiito until wi find iuj angel wo
hiu Lottw ndjonnv. nil .1 go
iBryirti, who Hat. on4ho'oVHito side
o'f tlio tabic, IluHhed deeply,' and hia
tightly coinjirtHcd im ixsHjtoko tho
olfort lio wih making to inuintiiiii IiIh
"The gentleman 1h out of oxkr"
Hharply inutrruitcd Acting Chairman
Tillman. "Wo caiinnot permit aucli
porrtonul alluniouH, hucIi vitnHjriitioiH,"
Daniel pernlHted. JIo meant no
dlHrcHprct, liutlm thought tho tinm Iiail
arrived ,whon all loyal Democrats
hIidmI'I he' imtuatod Ijy tlio jiurcHt mo
tlvori, and tli;lr uclioim open to tlm
fullimt oriticlhiu, and 1m doclnred IiIh
belief tlmfc tho country Htood upon
tlm brink of a great calamity..
Ho had favored free idlver, but,
right or wrong.ho thought tho cxigen-
cidd of the Hituation demandod 'that
the Democracy bow to tho wIhIuh of
Now Ungland and tho groat, Empire
Htatu. Tlm heroic Hituatiou demanded
Hhively, of Indiana, jileadcl that no
mention of finance be made in tho
platform, unking why wltw tho qucH
tiou again, to cniifo rupture in tlm
Pluming of WiiteonHin, douluruil lio
wiih opposed to any ppeciflu ilcclaration
Ht. Louis, July 8 At 10 a.m. the
Committee ou Resolutions for the (tot
time since early morning shows sniu'e
signs of reaching iidetiuato concliisiou.
The trust plank, whioh was almost
unanimously adopted, declanri against
iutOTHtato t radio lu trut-madeurticlurt.
It in authoritively stated that thu
platform will not lmvu a money plan
nor an income tax plunk. Thin was
the Ixisis of n uomprouii.-o between
Hill and Pry mi, mid there will l.o no
inonrty report, Ilryan bong satisliod.
1 Hill was askeiP'What aro Parker's
views on income tax and gold plunk?"
"I don't know", replied Hill.
A.,l;ed a qnention concerning tho
platform, Urynn Mild to-tlje Scnpps
Nuwm ma u "Thuro will ba no minority
reiort. The latforiu Is not what tiny
of us wanted, but it is such us wo can
all stand cm. "Ou thu sumo subject;
Hill said "Tlm rejKirt will lie uueni
mous. Of eourrt) there ara soinetliingH
wo would like to huvo had ln'tlio pint
form that arc not thuro, but ovurybody
is for the platlorm now.' Hill and
Hyrauciime t,ut of tho uommitteoroom
together, Inith hinihug. To ft news
paper man, Hryan said "13oys, be suro
you get tlmt Hill platform all right."
Hill Doomed disturbod at the refer
enoe, but llryau laughed hoiirtily.
Former Congressman Heard, of Mis
souri, said: "Every thing is now liar
mouioug and Hill lias made many ad
ditioiml friends because of Ins gront
eifort.s t bring alnjut harmony. Homo
tluiiH when Bryan disagreed with tho
commit to.o Hill would oirer resolutions
that would batlsfy l.t. flldae. Hill
and Hryan undoifitnnd each other
thoroughly and good feeling provaibj.
Kvon (iimoral Weaver told tho com
niittuo ho would talcu off his coat and
work for Parker."
More Survivors Picked up
London, July 8 Word has been re
ceived today that nineteen mom sur
vivoru from tho Norgo had btiou picked
np and landed ut Thm-shaven, Faroe
My Apostle Appointed
Salt Lake, July 8- Charles Penrose,
editor of tho Desert News, was today
appointed an apostle of tho Mormon
church vioo Apostlo WoodrufT(
Kansas City, July 8 Not less than
slxtoon millions is tho ilguro named as
th lossuj' thirt sonsou'ti flood. Tho
KiiVas rvw continued trf rlso hero
this morning. No appreciable relief
from tiio Hood conditions can bo ox
looted Iwforo tomorrow. Day dawned
with another terrible rain. Hovcii
thotiHiijid refugyeH are tho object of
Hysteinatio relief work In Kansas Clty
Vancouver H. 0.," July 8,pLvim)(:r
London, July 7 -Tlm Central Xcwit
rciorls a fight Is-twcen Hussians, un
dor Kastdlisky, mid a force of Japan-
oe near Lantyasan. Tho ItUHflimiH .
mndo'a sudden attack in tlm darkness,
during a heavy ,raiu, on the 'Japanese
outpohtw. Japanese casnt'ltiuj 'nro ro
jiorted to Is) a thousand. Strong Jap
nnoso reinforcement!) appeared, but
were twice ropulsed.
Finally the Japa;liso made u flank
ing movement ailil tho I.nsuius nar
rowly escaed being surrounded. Rus
sian reinforcements then came np anil,
tho Czar's forces were enabled to ret
turn. IturDinu casualties are three
hundred. ' '
Atmtlu.r rntvirr f.f llftlll.. tf ' 4ln
TJ . ... ., .,
Kuwdan;). under Keller, but atioarcntlv
the name fight, gives tho Russian cusu-
altios as thirteen ofllcers and three huu-
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dred men killed and wounded.
Tokio, July 7 The Jupa'uenO (.minor
Kaimou was sunk by a miuisjji Talieii
Wan bay hint Tuesday. f
St. Peirosburg, July 7 A dispatch
this evening confirms tho report of a
fight between the Russians undor Keif.
lor and n force of Japanese tho'
Russian lotes wero 100 . killed, 17 1
Wtiy American -
Ships Cost Most
try EDWIN 5. CRAMP. PhlladclDhla Shipbuilder
UECEDIXG the Spanish-Aiiiorican war prices of ma
terials ontcring into ship construction were at tho lowest
point over known, and LOWEK Iff THIS COb'XTRY
Til AX IX EUKOPE, so much so. that tho prico ruling
then wus a cent a pound for all 'platos and shapes at
At tho samo timo the prices ruling in England woro from
$iift to $27 a ton.
Today tho prices which havo beoa mainUiined by manufacturers
are: Stool plates, 1.75 cents a pound; shapes, angles and channels,
J. 75 cents, and bulb angles, 1.75 cents. On the other hand, tho prices
r'filing in England aro: Steel plates and shapes, DELIVERED
CLEAK OF IXSUKAXCE AND' FREIGHT at Philadelphia,
but no duty paid, 1.40 cents a pound.
The sumo labor saving devices that wo havo introduced and ap
plied in America aro being introduced' and applied in ovory shipyard
in CJreat Ih-itain. . At, tho sntue timo WE ARE PAYIXG
DOL'BLK THE WACES, from 50 to 100 por cent more, thanks
being paid in England for tho salito tjlnsscs of labor.
If wo apply tho ligilros as to tho cost of materials in tho con
struction of a 12,000 ton sh'jp, hltoiulod for crossing tho Atlantic
ocean, tho stool and iron whiohcntor into both hull and outfits and
ongiuos and boilors- that matciial alono boiug 00 per eolit highqr
I'loro will amount to A HANDICAP AOAIXST THE ALERt
CAX BUILDER OX OXE SJ-XGLIi U1P OF $150,000.-
Too . Much -' Materialism In
JrSSSDUK widespread fooling is that tho "good things of -lifo"
"dlwH ... .1. .i...... .i..ii...i....i. '..?... mfmnrffiT
nro tho things chielly
THE POSSESSION OJ RICHES. Tho.dffp for
such good things is so intonso that it is not. Juoroly
amoncr tho thoughtless, or tho coarsp wvulirar, that
1 ii"y -'o
- - a
tho wish is dominant to givo their childvon an cdueitfton which shall
insure to them tho ability to make money, and a great deal of it. .
TO MANY OF THOSE WHO ARE DESIROUS OFMATERIAL SUC
CESS THE OLD FASHIONED COURSE APPEARS TO BE ENTIRELY
If tho Wof end of man is njbroly, MATERIAL SUCCESS, Uiow
is no )i3o in givina; timo to ''tho humanities." If, ton the, othor hand,
wo think that it is worth whilo that a in.au should Jio pious, moraij
sane n'tul bvoud minded,. licn Wo sluill liml.tlmt langnngos iul matin?
mntics. lii.-tory and literatuyo nro 'pctii'Jl'ilbltit 'kVoRTAX'I
... .1...... n.... 5. . ...i xi.
than liiunuttl training, Btoitography,
mills owned by Canadian Pacific Lum
ber Co., situated nt Port Moody, closo
to Vancouver, totally destroyed by
flro early this morning. Flro started
accidentally from n .dry kiln. Tho
loss in $125,000 insurance 'about $730,
00 heliLby English companies in Vic
toria, H.C .
officers and 2!J mon wpttndud. Tho
Japanoso lost heat lly. The butllo wnli
fiercely fought between riflotuen who
were at close range.
St. Petersburg, Jnly7 It 'is' 'Staled
iiero that Togo a few nighta ago at
tempted to heiid toriedo boat destroy
ers intoUtort -Arthur harbor for the
purpose of sinking tlio ships ut anchor.
Fonr crept In, but only ouo returned
to sea. Two more were sunk by the
shore batteries and one crippled. The
feat is considered tho most during
since the .Th'panbso exploit atiWoi Hal
Wei, during tho China-Japnueso var.
New Chwang, July 8--Knroki is nd
! ii i ii... u.. ri.
a naval engagement at Port Arthur,
in which 21 Japanese wsrsmps partici
pated, resulting in u Russian victory.
Chcefoo, July 8-Trnstworfcby Chin
ameirfrom Port Arthur say that for
sixteen miles tho main line, of defence
was captured by tho Jnpnijo AVedaas-
day. Tho Japanese now h ive reached
tho north slope or Takuahun mountain
less than three miles from Port Arthur.
)lv President J. C. SCHUR.MANV.
Of Cornell University
which aro to bo got THRQtTGn
- i. i..'i.i'i. ;..
tyjiowntuig nnd tpn rest.
GAVE HIM A START.
Tho Wnr Mark Twnlli ItnlpeA n
Yotintr Doctor to Win l'liwe,
"A ceruilii prominent New York
physlcinii owes his start to Mark
Twain,'.' haid n Now York mngazlna
editor, "and I saw him get, it. It was
many years iiko, and tho then yotiiiK
physician ho1 Just hung out his
Hliiuj'lc. Mr, ClenictiH knew him quite
well, nud so did I, and wo both be
lieved Mint ho hud tho rcftlfltuft In lilm,
hut the people hadn't learned of him
yet, nnd his olllce wiih empty. One day
Mark was lu my place talking when i
banker of social and financial promi
nence came In. Incidentally ho men
tloued tho fact that his physician hud
died tho night before with heart dis
ease nnd ho needed his services that
Very tnlnttto. Mark nt once HUKKCsted
that he give our friend a trial.
M Vhnt kind of a man Is he? Inquir
ed the banker.
'None better, I should say.' res: :nd
ed Mr. ClumeiiH. 'He has never h
"'That sounds good enough. Give
me his address, nnd I'll go to see
"When ho had left tho olllce, I Ion!:
Cd at Mr. Clemens Iniiulriug!;-.
"Oh, that's all right,' he said v:..j
a sly smile. "'I said he had never Uwl
'He never had one to lose, did her
I nsked reprovingly.
"Of course not, but It wasn't nec
essary to say tlmt.'
"Ah it turned out the humorist wari
right because the young fellow han
dled the banker's case with success niul
It was the kind of an Introduction lie
THE ANNUAL VISION.'
Ehc comes, the sweet clrl gra luntai,
Arrnyod In robes of vrhltts.
To K-rapplc with affairs of ntat
And kcp thlntfH runnlnic rls'
To show whut's whut nnd like i : I
On MVerul points hel llcht
llor mind with uwful Icamlnc
Stored to thu very trim,
Iter sweet soul tjrnndly yenrntng
In tone of llRht to nwlm;
A perfect 3reum. her nuul theme,
Tlctl with a ribbon trim.
No problem for her nolvlnB t
Is ever found too deep;
Bet they, like mists dlssolvi-iff.
KvitnU.; with a swi-ep
Conclui;.i. irrond. of her soft hand.
She puts them nil to Mlccp.
Oh. swcit nnd soulful creature.
Adoral clrl graduate.
You nro lhde,-d a fcaturo
With which to part we'd hntet
To you we bow. Please, aho-v ua M
To keep things nmnlnii atralutiA
Even though a
girl known that
she. can't sfnv.
it IS not wv
hard to persuade
her that she can.
A new broini
docs not sr.'vrp
there Is an ener
getic push back
Uven If somo persons aro poisoned
by ice cream occublouully, tho girls are
"Do you thl::!: that it is wicked to
"It Is bo pleasant that It must be." T
Will Not Help You?
Disease, but Will
WeaKen Yci:; -
Folks who think It la better to
rain tlinn sootho It aro wrontr.
OM-fnshlonea doctors used to saviit'
va8 better, becnuso thoy had nothln-;
with which to easo pain but dangerou,
But now, tlmt a safo remedy has'
been found, Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln rntsr..
tt Is wrong: to BUffor, for nothing can bo'
gained but weakened nerves.
A safo rule to ren.omber is: "Wliea
In pain, tako an Antl-liln nil.
This will sootho your oulverlne nerves
Dr. Miles' Anti-Fain nils relievo pain
by restoring tho natural ocotlo;i3, in
which thoy differ from oplun and sim
ilar narcotic drugs, which relievo pal:ij
by checking tho action of tho 'mk;.
They aro euro and harmless, . .-o
tho latest medical treatment for tha
euro ot Headache, Neuralgia, Backache-,'
Rhoumatlsm, Dizziness, Toothaoh,
Stomachaclio, Menstrual (Monthly)'
Tains. Also nervo irritations llko Sea
sickness, Car-Sickness, Sleeplessness,
Pleasant to tako, quick In rosults. i
"I havo usud. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
nils for sick, nervous hoadacho. nnU
havo received tho beat results. I hear
tily recommend their curative proper
ties, for thov nro successful.'- ltnw
KAY A. WATKOS. D. D.. Iowa City, Jn,.
Sold by druuglsts. at 25c Mpnoy back:
if ilrst box does not help. Never sola'
T-i-nTiTi Wrlio t& us fdc.'JFreo
X'XVXiJU 1'ncUafM, of Dr.' Miles' An
Pain Pills, the Nrc sclentuio u
lr .47 " W.?R.rf ' Y5vt -;
UPCCHIIISI Villi uiUiiiuu )ui
voii'whst in wronjf.'nnd nowj
SfiSnr nit. MILES MEDH
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