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MIjJDJj'OUD, OMWOtf, JWIDAV, JlTNI0 27, lilKI.
IN MIDDLE WEST
Four Dcail at Noon In Chicago Ther
mometer Reaches Hundred In Shade
Many Prostration Reported
No Relief In Slnjil.
Denver Also Sweltering With Hlnh
Mwcury Snow Bioucht Trom
Mountains to Cool Streets.
(MIIOAHO. June 27. -Willi four
dentliM ropnrlcd thin moritiiitr tint
llieriunmoler nt noon Mooil ninely
three iiihI Fureomdiir fox tancd n
spcciul Imllcliii Unit it limy olimb to
1(111 liifon night, fox predicts the
iiiiipI intoitec beat for llio iuxl few
Tilllllitnr elolldrt hung low' OMT till'
city thin morning Itut tlnv ' k"
(liH'llcil mill tin miii liliicil out over
llm oily, which-U Miffeilug inlcmoly.
In (In puttier ipiurlcr tliniiKiiiiiIri of
victim lire gutplng nud enlln f,r nm
liiilinii'Kfi luivu nil tin' lniHiitnU in
I lin city busy every moment. There
Ik mi relief frum tin lent in sight.
Relief in predicted for tonight or
tomorrow. Ilefnro noon today Hie
Icmporulun liml reached ltd degree,
nml wiih mniiullng hlciilily. Miiuy
iiriHitrittloiiH Imvo been rexirled.
Suffcrlm; in llm congested tliMlrii'U
At t o'clock (hi afternoon no re
lief wiiH In sight. Tim tcmpcratiirn
stood nt '.'". degree. Flvo dentin! nml
mum tlinu n eoro of prostriilloiiM
riipnoul tint toll of tint p.ut twelve
im.vvmt, Oil".. Jinn" ar. Tiiny
was I he hotted in Denver mi fnr thin
Hiiiniiinr. At eleven o'clock tho tuer
fury Horn nl 01 in llio shade, hut
mi irolmlioiiM liml lii'i'it ri'iortt'il.
Tor tlii benefit of I In- Nuliouul
Convention op Turner, in m-okIou
here (lie cltv brought two carloads of
hiimw rum (In1 Kooky mountains nml
ltipoild it in llio hlreoU. This
iiinilc a jjront hit with the (Icrtunn
vittllort, who engaged in numerous
snowball bnltle nml eiijuyril tlm
novelty to (ho limit. Mnny of llio
tlclcguttw liml iu or before Hern snow
Cleveland, Ohio. June. 27. Flfloon
ilea tint lmi occurred In Cleveland
during tlm last twenty-four lioiirH iih
a result of tlm lorrlflo lient wnvo.
Of tlm (lend, tun uro babies anil (ho
At 1! o'clock (his nfternooii tlio
temperature liml reached UK deRiceii
nml mum i-l 111 rising
PROBE SUES PAY
DIRT WIIH LOVETT
WAKIIINOTON, .Tunu 27. Mem
bers of Ilia congressional oonuuitloo
which nru prospecting for tinco of
.President Wilson's "insidious lolihy"
.bcliovo horn toilny that they Imvo
fitrimtc imyillrt In the lend opened up
hy Judgo Robert Lovelt of llm Union
Pncifiu when hu told of tnysteiinus
telephone culls said lo Imvo eomo
from coiijjrtiHfiinon who nffoied to
Hull tlieil' illfllltMll'l) ill COUgroSS,
Ah a ichiiH of Lovclt'ri hint, a
r'ohi of iiromiiient Wall Ktrcut mon
nro to ho calluil In k'ivo (critimoiiy,
TIkiho will liuiliiilo UeorKo HnKur,
,'Now Yorh hunker, Rnvcrnl of llio
parliiers in tliu t'iim of J. 1. Moikiiii,
11111! Ciavnlh, rriinclH Lynilu Ktelson
and I.ow'iH (Jiihh r.edynrd.
Until Loilyard mid Cravnlh wcro
rcfoncil lo hy Lnvult. ConKroflHinan
I'nlnicr told tlm commitloo that Home
jierrion, iiamn iniHtnted, Imd ulvon tlm
imircHHion in finiuuiliil cindon Hint ho,
Conj,roHHmnu Undorwood and fipoakor
Chiunp Clark could ho "influenced."
Ho declared that Ludyiud liml boon
. approached hy n mini ropreKoiitiiifr
IdniHcIf to Im I'liliner. The commit
tee, will I'onlinuo it h henriiiKH uoxl
TO TARIFF BILL
All Alterations hy Finance Committee
Save That Rclatlnp. to Grape Bran
dy Upheld hy Democratic Or(janlza
tlon No Prospect of Report.
Proposal to Reduce Duties on Food
Products at Rato of ten Per Cent
a Year Is Rejected.
WASIIINdTON'. June 27. All Ui'
nmeuilinenl hy llm finiince commil.
lee, except liml relntiii( lo J-'rnpe
lirnndy, which wiih referred luiek fur
rnvixion. were upheld today by (In
hcmitc denioeralie ciiiiciik.
A motion liv Kenatur N'ewlinnU of
Nevada iio-tniclinj: llm finiince com
initlen lo reduce bo diitlen on fund
prodiieU in (he nriMiUuriil Nebediilo
nl (lie rale of (en per rent each year
for leu yenr until llieto iiimotti-
lle reached llio freo lil wiih re
jeeled. Tlio proMiHnl of Srimtnr Ilokn
Sinilli of (Icorcia for n cotinlervail
hK tint v on alt nrtichvj now on tin1
proMiHed freo 111, iiIko wiih defrnlc.l.
lint (he cmicim hiitnlmd the finnurr
commi(lei' pniiion fur connler-
nilnu: dnlicH mi wheat and flour.
I'rmitlciil WilHon wn infonned to
tiny (lint Ihrre iw no propped of Ibe
Heiinto deinoeralii' caueiiH reporting
the tariff bill before July 1.
Tlio caiicUH voted Ihl aftenioon,
'Jl! l It, to Riiklnin the rcroiiiiiieiidii
lion of (bo fimince coiniuittee in
rccteniiii: a coniitervtiilinir duty mi
flour nml whent. Tlio nine who
voletl in favor of unlimited free
Initio were l'letcher, I.011, Swntisoii,
Marline, O'donnnn, Iletd, Snlinliury,
Shcppnrd and Yiirdtimnn.
riliCAdO, .limo 27. "Were it not
for nllenihtrt ami ueuniloKixt, Aineri
ia would in lime be inhabited by only
innnne petiple," declared ttr. A. rtie
Ion I 'inw. Atlanta, (la., who U at
tending n cnuvenlion of nlieniNtH here.
"The btihlnchM man and the society
womnii funiitb most of the patient
for Iho neiiroo;i'ln,M Haiti Pinj,'.
"The foimer of ten Iomh bin mind in
the chiiMt for dolhirx and the lutler
for a variety of roimoiiN Into hour,
(no much duiieiuj;, irrcKiilnr eatiiiK',
loo much attention to drexs mid envy
over auotber MieceH."
GEI MARRIED IF
YOU'D LIVE LONG
CIIICAOO. Juno 27 If you want
to llvo Ioiir, Ket married. Tliia In
tlio mlvlio today of Dr. C B. Drnko,
of tho CIiIcuko luuill h department,
and It kooh for both men and women.
BtiitlHtliH on tlio CbleaKO denth rato
hIiow that tho mortality ninoni; Inicli
olorri In 29 1-2 per cent blcbcr tlnn
that of married mon. Tho mortality
la 10 per coat higher for alnglo th.ia
for marrlod womun.
FIFTY GIRLS STRIKE
PORTLAND, Ore., Juno 27.-Fifty
giilH employed nt tho Oregon l'uek
ing company plunt quit work hero
today mid u Hipuid of polieo was hur
ried to Iho Boeuo to prevent violence.
About 200 women mo employed nt
No demand for higher wages was
made, it in momi'lcd, by tlio giiU
who woro Hot to ntemiuiug vhorrien
thin morning. Ilowuvor, disHatiH
faotion ovor llio pay thoy woro lo
reeoivo oaimed general dicnsHion nud
when llm Hiibjeot of a walkout wan
mentioned, tho fifty took off their
nproiiH and loft their bonchoH, ory
injri "Boab" uud "Unfuir."
GREAT STADIUM BUILT
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MMXviHiBiHDlBk - "mi ' WB I mint T'WMBWHMllMiWI
i 1 1 11 1 .
When llio flennnii kaiser reviewed
hit athletlo hoiih and daiiKhler on
Hie iifliTiiooii of Smnlii.v, June 8, be
officially oKned olio of the i;rcntft
lemptfH dedicated (o nirt in tho
world' lu-tiiry. The (lermnii Olyin
pic Stadium. Mlnnled in Iho beautiful
Mihnrh of (Inienwald, on the weHern
OAKLAND, Cal., Juno 27 -That
Jup.tn wan blocked In tho net of no
curing a firm hold In Mexico by tho
shooting of tho Madcro brothers,
after negotiation had been under
way between Otmtnvo, milliliter of
flnnnco, nml ferret cuvojh from tho
iHlnml empire. Ih tho stiitument at
tributed to Dr. SI inn, former aur
con nml phynlrlnti In tho Madoro
hoiiKchold, nml now a rcfugeo la
Honolulu, by Walter J. McDougml.
well known uuwHp.'tper rnrtooalrit,
who Ih hero today from a (our f
MeDoiiKnll nays Dr. Slm (old him
tho Ituerla-DInz coup wart planned
ami sanctioned under the very eyes
of Ainhimitnilor WIIhoii ami Hint Wil
son favored tho overthrow of tho
M micros bpcnum he wanted to blo:k
Jnpnu'H efforts to get Into Muxleo.
Dr. Slum said (ho whole affnlr wiih n
deep political gauio of an luterniitlou
nl character and that two iiiiHouh
decrotly lint tied us lo which would
Imvo nulhorlly over Mexico,
"Dr. 8lm (obi mo," mid MoDnu-
cull, "that thoimnmU of Jupano.to
soldiers woro to bo Kent to thU coun
try In tho gulno of farmers and col
oiiIhIh nud that they were lo flock
up nud down tho went coiihI of Mov
Ico nml along tho American border
and uphold tho Madoro regime. In
tho menntlmo, tho colonization of
big nllco of tho country by (ho little
brown mon would go 011. Tho Jap
nneno offering their services to tho
cnnHlltutlminlUls ueur tho Tex is
border boiiio tlmo ago were tho van
guard of Hicko BoldterH of tho Ulnnd
empire, wlumi plaliH- tho fall of Ma
doro hnd thwarted."
FIRST BIG BET ON
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Juno 27.
Tho first big bet on Iho Itilehio
lliverfi fight oil July 4 wns recorded
horo lodny whou u Vancouver, II. C,
hotel man named I.eroy posted $1000
ugaiiiHt Clnirt ChrihtopherV $800 that
Iho champion will win. The money
wai placed in tho hand of Frank
Daroux, official stakeholder,
INFANTS REMAINS UNEARTHED
FROM MIDWIFE'S GARDEN
NAPLKS, Juno 27.Furlhor in
vesligation is lining miulo today of
tho finding of a lurgo number of bod
ies of infanta iiueailhed in tho gar
den of 11 house hero in which n mid
wife nnmed llortoli lived, Tho po
lieo believe liml 11 great many babies
Imvo been disponed of in tills way.
BY THE GERMANS AT GRUNEWALD FOR THE NEXT OLYMPIC
No. I Swimming Tank. 2 The Royal Box. 3
1.11I0 of tho jjrpnl cily tf Kerlin, it
dcBtined to bo llio Mage of the grent
cl nlhletic nuct Hint ha ever been
fought out beluprn the nation. It
wiih limit Inn;; in advance of the Mer
lin Obmimid of Kill) for everal ren
hoiih; the main one being to nroimc
the youth of the ialherland mi that
Ucmniny will Iry her tuiglitieHt to ex
WASHINOTO.V, Jfino 27. Tho be
lief U general hero todaj Hint Pres
ident WlUnu will nouilnnto Thomas
I ln den. of San PrnuclKco, In plnco
of John I.. McNab, who resigned
niter nit altercation with Attorney
(eiieral MclteynnhU 011 McXah' re-
riiMlug (11 iKMtpouo trial of tho Cnni
Incttl'Dlggs nml Western Fuel cases.
I lay den nml Matthew Sullivan, of
Kan Francisco, .who were last night
appointed special prosecutor In the
Cumlnotd-DlgKH nud tho Fuel com
pany cases, will push tho prosecu
tions Immediately. It Is understood
hero that llnden agreed to ncccpt
tho poult Ion of special prosecutor
nfior ho hnd been promised tho per
manent position of United States dis
CINCINNATI, Oiiio, Juno 27.- Cin
cinnati faces today Iho most serious
labor troubles in the history of tho
cily. l'ight thousand teamsters nud
omnibus driven threaten to striko to
morrow unless their employers ngreo
to confer with n committee of tho
union regarding n new sonic. Eleven
thousand garment workers nrc now
on strike nud 3,"i0 ico wagon drivers
struck nhont a week ngo. Lack of
ico is causing great suffering from
Iho hot wae. Tho cily U using nil
its eucgios to fneililnto tlio distribu
lou of ice, usug police and firo sta
tions ns supply depots.
BRAZIL TO DEDICATE
RENO, Nov., Juno 27. Pr. T.auro
Mullcr, IlniKilian miuistor to tho
United States mid a party of seven
teen, on their way lo San Francisco
to dedicate 11 silo nt (ho Paniuua-l'n-oifio
uxposilion ran into u snowstorm
nl Wells, Novndn lodny, A visit to
(ho Ln llontan irrigation jirojeet nt
Fallon had been planned, but this
wns cancelled on ncoouut of sovoro
weiither, uud tho party proceeded di
reeeully lo Culiforuia. Rain fell ii
torrents fmm Unison, Nevada, oast,
changing to snow in tho custom pnrt
of tho statu,
T 1 S
Cement Tank. 4 Judges' Stand. 5
cel olher mitioos in Iho fcnl of
strength, hpeod. and skill that will
make up the Olympic eontett. three
The Merlin Stadium, unlike any
olher in existence, i built into an
excavation, o. that the greater part
of (he entire structure is hdow the
surface level of llio ground. It U
SAN FRANCISCO, JUnq 171
crot war which has been for weeks
on between District Attorney R. M.
Klckert and Chief of Polieo D. A.
Wlilto here, wns openly revealed to
day when Polieo Jmlgo Dcasey dis
charged August Jniiauoii, a speclil
ngent for tho district nttorney,
charged with carrying concealed
"Jouanou Is tho man who gnvo
tho first Information of tho duigrnco
fill ntllnuco between tho polieo nnd
tho bunco men," Plckort declarer
idny. "Mo told mo his story after
Chief Whlto had repeatedly refused
to heed his complaint. I investigat
ed his chnrges. nnd tho result so far
has been tho Imprisonment of six
Tlio most Important witness ex
amined In tho conspiracy trial if
Arthur MnsPheo nnd Charles Taylor,
suspended dotcctlvcs, up to noon to
day, wns Jack McMnnus, former as
semblyman, nnd said to ho n closo
friend of Chief of Polieo White.
McMnnus admitted that ho still re
tains a half Interest In tho Ilarbnry
Coast Jupiter care, whero It is al
leged grafting policemen and Italian
bunco men had their rendezvous. A
number of character witnesses also
District Attorney Flckcrt an
nounced today Immunity ultimately
would bo granted to Chita Rovlgo,
tho so-called "hoy ngont of tho Ital
ian bunco ring," who was brought
bnck from St. Louts, In return for
his testimony In tho graft trials horo,
Many charges are resting against
Hovlgo In St. Louis nnd Now York,
hut It Is Intimated that these, may bo
dtsmlssod, nud tho 19-year-old bun
coiunn given u chance lo start life
WASHINGTON, Juno 27. At tho
Inst moment President Wilson can
celled this afternoon his proposed
tiip to Cornish, N. II., for n brief
vacation. Mrs. Wilson nnd tho two
Misses Wilson started for tho "sum
mer cnpitol" ns originally planned.
Pressing business moved Iho presi
dent to remain in Washington, but ho
hopes soon to join his family.
Wet Grounds Postpone Game.
LOS ANC1ELES, Cab, Juno 37.
Today's gnmo between tho San l'rnn-
oisoo nnd Venice ConstvLeaguu clubs
was postponed on account oC wet
BUNCO YOUTH TO
EI FREEDOM fflt
CHAM PIONSHIP GAMES
Statue of Liberty.
built of cement, nml contains accom
modation for about 30,000 1 vctn-tor-t.
There nrc 2,208 box scntt 12,-
232 arena sent nml nccommndntinn
for 12,170 standee, which added t
Hie .'1,000 capacity of the pocinl
stnud for the swimming event,
brings the total capacity up to about
RIVERS IN EIGHT
BAN PItANCISCO. Cal., Jnae 27.
A repetition of tho famous Jcf-
frlcs-Ullly Dclaney quarrel which led
to tho appearance In Jack Johnson's
corner at Ilcno of tho famous train
er, nnd which had ns much to do
with Jeffries' defeat as anything
else, is very likely to rosult from
tho split between Hilly Nolan and
Wllllo UUchlo. Nolan has received
a handsome offer to second Joo HIv
era nnd undoubtedly will accept.
Should Nolan tappear In HI vers'
corner next Friday, the psychologl
cal effect on tho high-strung champ
Ion may prove, ns It did In Jeffries
enso, his undoing. Hltchlo Is Intouso
Dclnney's nppenrnnco In Johnson's
corner unnerved tho dull, phlegmatic
Jeffries and Nolan's appenranco In
Illvcrs' corner cannot but have its III
effect on Itltchle.
"Somo peoplo may think that it
will bo unbecoming on 'my pnrt to
second Illvers," said Nolan today,
"but In view of tho manner In which
Hltchlo treated me, I think I will
bo entirely justified In doing what
I can to bring about his dofent. I
helped to mnko him and have a per
fect right to help to uniuako him.
llo treated me shabbily nnd If t
should show any venom It will be
his own fault. Tho offer made mo
Is a good ono nud I see 110 reason
why I should not accept."
FOR FRISCO RAILROAD
ST. PALL, Minn., Juno 27. In
tho United States circuit court today
Judga Sanborn Issued nn order giv
ing Itecolvor Wliicholl authority to
borrow ot more than fS50,000 to
keep tho St. Louis & San Francisco
railroad going during July, August
nnd September, while Judgo San
born Is 011 vacation. Ho also author
ized tho oxpondlturo of $2,500,000
during tho sumo period for operating
oxpeiiBos nnd iutorc3t on mortgages.
LAGRAVE TO BOX HOLLAND
AT TAFT ON JULY 4
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., Juno 27.
Autouo Lngrnve, of San Francisco,
nnd Fritz Holland, formerly of Spo
kane, havo Leon matched to box twen
ty rounds in Tnft, Cal., on July 12
nt 115 pounds. This will be La
gravo's first npponraneo in tho ring
for soveral weeks, hnvinj been com
pelled to retire temporarily beoausu
of u broken bund.
NEW RECORD IN
NOW IN SIGHT
At Noon the Record of 1884 Had Al
most Been Equaled and by Merit
ing That of 1900 Will Have lfl
Passed Heavy Bains Predicted.
Streams Muddy anil Risini Fast H
Damage Except te Kay FJI
Heaviest on Ftor VaMey.
At noon the rainfall iav the past
24 hours rcachcH 1.07 inches ranking
(ho totnl for tho month 3.02 inches.
By night tho record frir 1894 of 3.15
inches will havo been passed and by
morning it is probable that tho rec
ord of 1000 of .1.70 inches will bnve
been equalled nq heavy raina nro pre
dicted for Fridny evening nnd Sat
urdny. This will give 1013 the Juno
record of yenrs since official records
were kept in the valley, though tho
unofficial record of 1888 shows over
five inches that year.
Thursday night it rained tetdiiy
from dark until daylight, tho rainfall
nt 0 o'clock totaling .OS Inches.
Showers throughout tho morning
raised it jo 1.07 inches.
Tho rainfall wan prohubly heaviest
nbout Talent. At Butto FalU anil
Prospect there was a steady drizzle
but the rninfall only reached .5fl
inches. Down the valley pointa re
)orted less than Medford.
Hear creek is chocolate colored nnd
raising rapidly. Bnttc creek is nlso
muddy nnd swollen. The Rogue hai
risea n couplo of feet in the past
24. hoiirn and still cenHflg up.'-1
No damage except" to'Iiay 'is8 re
ported. DMNITY " "
PORTLAND, Ore., J11110 27. Thnt
happiness is not measured in exter
nal enjoyments, not in mnrringe, not
in wealth, not in business saccess,
but in the inner contemplation of di
vinity, wns tho declarntion hero to
dny of Mrs. Ida Mansfield Wilson,
of Oakland, Cnl., in nn nddress be
fore tho New Thoughtists of tho
"When we havo found that divini
ily within us wo shall havo learned
the secret oC ower, pence nnd love
nnd shall be masters of ourselves,"
Harry Oaze of Los Angeka de
clared "superman" and "supcr
womnn" does not mean tho succes
sors this generation, but every person
of today who has achieved mastery
of self nnd conditions.
JAP LAND HIE
TOKIO. Juno 27. Tho Callfornla
Japuneso land difficulty Is Hearing
n satisfactory adjudgment, according
to u statemont today by Premier
Ynmamoto. Tho spirit of humanity
and justtco in tho United States, as
well as tho dignified opinion of the
Japanese public, ho said, would oven
tually boIvo tho problem. Ant!-Jap-aiioso
sentiment was confined to one
stnto, Qamumoto added, nnd did not
reflect tho feeling of tho onUro coun
try. NO QUORUM PREVENTS .
ACTION IN M'NAB CASE
WASntNOTON, Juno 27, No quo
rum again today prevented notion by
tho houso judiciary committee 011 the
resolution by Conirrossmuu Kithn.
culling upon the, president to produce
nil correspondence relative to the
M11N11 b-M olloyn olds embrejdio.
Chairman Clayton will make, a'sawisl
effort to gather a miorum, touterrow-