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FALLS, KLAMATH COUNTY, OREGON, JULY 30, 1903
■ re atrangsly altered from the *<-tn»ruu*.
After h ten day"’*vlalt tu Mri, t’layton, Inrgr hearted, true Winifred I knew two
Winifred wa« ■iii»iin<»ii««l bom».
"la It well for Ignorant country glrla
would gladly let you remain longer,**
wrote Lady (»raer, “but you i«iiienitM*r, to be fruitful?" ahe aaked, with a quick
niy dear, that our original plan wm to ■■■ora. "If they are geueroua, do they
leave for Lon<l«m on the ’•Mth, and Mir always meet with like geueroelly from
Clayton never likes bla plan« interfered tlioae whose tiiiuda are more enlarged,
or should be, from their blrllt and ata
<>D the 25lh oi April Winifred return
"la your enmity to be lifelong, then?"
r,i • , i h L n \ i • rt | oorrj
"No doubt It will wear out iu time, aa
her friend, but with «liiioal ■ aenao of
relief at being free«! from the obnoxloua every oilier feeling doe*," Wil lb« quick
•oedety of Mr. (’layton. Kvrrjouo wel n-spunsc.
comed her uIlli open arum; the hoiue had
As Mr. Ifasrlug« walked away, he aak-
rd himself how it waa possible that a
not arvuird tile aailie without her it ln< k
wd the aunahiur, aa the old French lady limn whose Inherent fault waa intense
pride could voluntarily expoar himself to
On the day appointed Kir Clayton and the alight« sod indlffereuc« of a young
Lady Grace Farquhar and Mlaa Kyro girl.
arrived at Hatoil Mqiigro ami were duly
“I wonder how it ia that I «till rare for
announced IA the faahionable chronicles her? Khe ■reins to have lost all that
A new life suddenly »»peued on the girl made tn« love her when I tirât knew her.
who had spent all her young years in What a foul I am! I will not think any
each quirt, not to »ay motonony. Hbo more of her!"
found It very pleasant, although not al-
And hr left th*
room ami ___________
tegrihrr what it had been in her drcams and went off to an entertainment where
two years before*
a ronshlerably greater degree of freedom
to take place
reigurd than at th« mansion of «lately
houtr of Mlaa Gouglas. Lor<l
Miss l>OUglas. and where he waa sure of
Krskine’s aunt, a lady occupying
an enthusiastic welcome.
driideil position In the fashionsIdr wurhl,
With the charming inconsistency of the
sod the entree to whoso entertainments ■ex. Winifred was terribly chagrined on
waa *ery generally desired. Lady Grace discovering that hr waa really gone.
waa amioua that her protege should look
•‘lie ia disgusted with me hr will not
Iwar my unworthy treatment of him long
When Winifred appeared, dressed, on er/* «he thought, bitterly. “1 lor« him
the night of the ball. Lady Grace had with all my heart, and I have lust him!"
*00 reason to regret ha Ung allowed her
to exercise her «»w n taste. Iler drrog was
of a marvelous whiteness and swiftness,
Tha wreka rolled on and ths l^mdon
almost like snow clouds, and here and season waa at Ila height. Drawing roorua,
there orer It were the softest w hile feaih
concert*, hall«, opera«, fete* champetr**.
rra. that might have been flakes of fallen flower ahowa and garden parti.-« went on
■ a iiaual to make up the aunt of the gay
Very late In the evening Mr. Hasting« world*« pleaaurra and disappointments.
appeared As he entered the ballroom he Mr*. Clayton our of many, perhap- had
caught sight of Winifred talking in a been leadiug a life of titful, feverish hap
very animated manner to I .ord Harold pines* for the l*at month. She did not
In an interval of waltiing
lie stood and dare to think ■ paute of retroape. tlon
watched her intently; until to night ho would either «end her headlong down the
had never thought her beautiful, lie had precipice that waa yawning at her feet
loved her for her grace, for her pride, i or nuke her fly from It altogether. And
fur her Innocell'-c, but IK she looked slid yet ahe waa ao unpardonaldy weak that
smiled now, he felt she had a greater «he heaitated and could not bring herself
claim to general admiration than be bad to break off all intercourse with Col.
•ver dreamed of.
“And she might hate been my wife
A« If to draw the laat plank of aafety
now," hv thought. “Iluw I shouhl hate ■ way front hia wife. Mr. Claytou treated
love«! her how proud I should hare been her daily worse, lie left letter« in her
of her! I wonder if »he really caren for way that could not fall to mortify her.
that fellow Erskine?"
If they went out together he made a point
At this moment a Voice said close to of keeping her waiting
lie never open
his rar, as though the speaker had di
ed Illa lipa Io apeak to her unless he waa
vinrd his thoughts:
poailively obliged, and ' then hia w ord«
“Will it I h * a mutch, do you think?"
were «tteera and taunt*. lie paid other
lie turned with an angry start, and women th* moat rztr*«*gant compli
met the mocking gsre of Flora Cham
ment* and attention
In abort, but for
Col. d'Aguilar'« presence and aympathy.
“You mean Gray ami
Fes’s life would hare been unendurable.
worth? I think it very probable," Mr
They met constantly.
HaMiugs answered, curtly.
One of the entertainment« that waa in-
“Oh. no, that la l»eyond a doubt.
I tMded to rank among the flrat of the
meant Lord Harold Fisklne and and his «canon. w«« a gardeu parly gi.en by the
Honorable Mr*. Vivian l-jnedon at her
“I cannot form the slightest surmise ' beautiful villa on the bank« of the river.
Your rousin” and he spoke th«» word No expense wa« to t»<- «pared; amuse-
pointedly “your rousm is very br.nutiful, ment of every imaginable kiud waa to be
■nd may even «Io better."
I provided, and the whole waa to end in a
"Perhaps I m * rhosefi by the «h-"<m Inut , display of «itch costly firework« ■■ were
of all the Hastings?" she asked, with ratvly seen, and a dance. Mr. and Mr«.
■ scornful laugh.
Claytou were invited. At the la«t mo
“Your penetration seems unusunlly st
ment he declined Io go. and hi« wife went
fault to-night. Miss Champion,** he re- I without him. lie did uot attempt to pre
turned, coldly; “but pardon me, the dance lent her. Col. d'Aguilar waa to Iu* there.
h over. I am going to seek a partner |
i "I will not apoil the a|mrt," he uid to
fpr th«» nest; yuur card is full, I see;’’
I himself, with a «mile that would have be
and he moved off before Flora had time
to intimate her w illingness to exchange .
1 All her friend« were there, all but one.
bia num« «> q her program with that of a 1
’ at least, and at first it w as with a sense
has eligibh» aspirant.
She bit her lip
of relief that «lie missed him. But hour
angrily iu she anw him cross straight
after hour wore on. and there was no sign
o'er to where her cuusin atood, un i bend ' of Col. d'Aguilar. First she felt restless,
to speak with her. Khs could nut but 1
then a little impatient, then angry, and
remark the tender deference of his l»rar- i
then «he could have cried for the bitter-
Ing toward the co intry girl whom ahe dr-
neaa of the disappointment. It waa four
•|»l«ed, and whom she well remembered
day« since she had aeen hint, and thru lie
Ignoring to him ns only a former's tlnugh
told her distinctly that he intended to lie
ter. Nhr turned to th»» quirt, middle aged
man on whose nmi she leaned, and began
Fee ant down wrarily on the edge of
to talk to him with aoine of her old
brightness and vivacity.
lie listened one of the «eats. Suddenly ahe heard a
- with admiring attention, but hud very voice pronounce her name, and a quick
A DISAPPEARING STREAM.
little to any in reply. Flors felt inex thrill of pleasure went to her heart, lie
hail come at laat! She forgot her auger,
Th* Dry Fork of Ashley Creek, In
her Impatience, and the weary hours she
Hiis man Is n dolt!" she said to her
•elf. angrily; “the |(|..n Pn.n (>f
hig had spent waiting for him, and looked up
Some curious revelations ar* la-ltig
with a glad smile.
money si Arecly reconciles me to the hor
mud«- by the l ulled States geological
"At laat!" she said. "I had given you
• Tibia tedium of «pending so much time
up long ago. I am so tired of nil this,” survey.
in his company,”
A recent report from (’. T. 1’rall, oue
she added, in a whisper; "let its walk a
Mr. Maxwell was nn excessively tin
of the hydrographers of the survey, has
IMerwflnit. rl. h l>*< |,..|„r .,f two *tnl-
And then she perceived that he was reported the existence of a stream
lorty. ||,. KI1V(.
whose water, in the summer season,
»»•knew «n.| )|..|,||IU thllt 1I1R1|„ u ,
"Then it is true, what some one told entirely vanishes midway In It* course.
IWDI- of aurprl«,. fl,. |„„) |„.I M ,,||„w,.,| me, that you have apraiued your ankle?"
The river I* known as the Dry Fork, a
’<> r.-inmi «„ !,,„!< |M t|1(, „„i,|,
■he uttered hastily. "That kept you away small stream In northwestern Utah,
W hsilielorhootl. He lin.l met
-and It hurts yon to walk."
tributary to Ashley creek. About four-
Jminplon »everal time, Bn,l bad admired
"Not at all," he answered; "it is noth
t<,en miles front It« source In flu- Uinta
ing. That did not keep me away."
Ils 1« rich," ahe »aid to herself; "he I,
inonntaliis thia stream reaches a large
"What, then?" Fee asked, quickly.
bnaln or sink, whose walls are from
Col. d'Aguilar waa silent.
"nd lie Is grewly
,ur " lin«b*nd
"What kept you away?" she repeated. 75 to 100 feet high, except on the up-
Whi"' ? "! i'i"
*° ''ll,e al,"UU
"I do not think I can tell you, Mra. atrenin able. The pool 1» apparently bot
y should I imt marry him?"
tomless, and the water In It revolves
"Do tell me," ahe whispered, pressing with a slow, circular motion, caused
« "« "Isudln*. hia arm ever ao alightly.
either by the Incoming waters or by
"I tried very hard to make a sacrifice,”
auction from below, or both. The only
visible outlet to this pool la a narrow
p 1 ‘"r""rvrry
"The sacrifice of my heart's desire to rock channel, front which a little water
flows, but Is soon lost to sight a few
<>'« w L h.,> f"" " . ....... ,hr,n <>f P'”"“
hundred yards Itelow. A nieasurenient
Fee trembled and was silent.
> "10 ?BW ’** bstitlsome faes
of the main stream Just above the pool
"See!" ahe said, "the fireworks are be
Home «,ii'i'r WJ11' *''n"*ne admiration, ginning.” and at that moment a blaze of allowed n volume of Off cubic feet of
pride an ,?iJh'"",ht "f f111 n|i her light shot forth into the skies and aeeim-d water passing each second, but this en
M imo h! ’,,ln* "• hpr '«”•
to illumine the whole garden and river. tire flow disappears In the basin, and
new nm ' [ ,r" n: "n,l Ibcn Iter seeond, There
was a rustle garden bench standing the stream bed for miles below Is per-
griM.Lf hh "7. ""If ............ . »"'' ">*• lu a Bicks of arbutus and laurel.
fe<-tly dry. Altotlt seven miles below
“Vim um''1t 1 "
"Let us ait down," Mr*. Clayton «aid.
Ibis Interesting pool were found several
be whk,r Ld'n<e wl"‘
Winifred?" “I know your foot pains you."
•Peak i "r,M ’ n* ^<>r‘* ^“f'dil turned to
"I wa* so disappointed when you aliti springs, one of them In a large hole
* to someone behind him.
not come." Fee said presently. "I hint twenty live feet In diameter and twenty
for every dance, thank just mad* up n>y mind to send for the feet deep, which at time« are empty
carriage and go home. I cam* alone, you and again tilled with water. It Is
"qnwZ?”1 COme "n'' C»H In
thought that the waler which disap
"Alone? I thought Mr. Clayton was pears In the lipper pool flows under
to be here?”
ground deep below In the gravels which
"He would not come. I think he would form the tied of the slreiim, and In
do anything rather than spend an hour in
times of rainfall heavier than usual
' "p y !?
,'l‘ l,,,'” ’s "'d gucats."
to ace sny my company.” she added bitterly. I can
a again In part In the larg*
uot go on living like thia," she broke out
n»t natural, Ml** Ene you presently. "My Ilf* i* * torment to me. springs below. —Atlanta Coiistltulluu
Tan told me once I should b* miaerabl*
LAW FOR EXPOSITIONS.
OLD LOUISIANA BONDS.
if I married him ara you glad your
words heve corn* true?"
foreign Exhibits Must Be Returned or
"Mra. Clayton, what do you take m*
laauc Which Paid for Territory to Bo
for?" he cried, moved Io passion
Shown at St. Louis.
GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF THE
glad glad that you, whom I love with
Washington. July 21.—Foreign ex- POPE LEO XIII HAS PASSED TO THE
J ly 22.—One of the
heart, soul and atrength. are tied to •
Mbits brought into th« United State*
brute who make« your life u paudenxe
moat interesting histroical exhibit* to
uiuiu upon earth gtud that you are part
for display at the St. Louis exposition
lx made at the St. I.oui* exposition
ed bopele-aly from me, and that I cannot
will, under a recent ruling of the treas
next year will be a collection of can
lawfully a'lr « finger to help you when I
ury department, be exempt from duty, Earthly Career of One of World'a Moat celled bonds used in payment for the
am -endy to lay down my life for you"
ant Happening, of the Past Week,
Remarkable Men la Completed He
"Forgive me!" Fee «aid, quickly; "I did
they are, at the close of the
Presented In Condensed Form, Moat
Louisiana Territory. These old papers
not mean it. I feel ■» bitter so mad
Waa Over Ninety-Three Yeara Old
Likely to Prove Intereating to Our
were recently found in the treasnry de
sometime« I scarcely know what I say.”
and Had Been Pope a Little More
the same condition in which they en
partment by Chief CierkHilla.
"Mra. Clayton," he answered hoarsely,
Than Twenty-Five Yeara.
"you must nvt say these things to me
A history of the payment has been
My blood Is on tire at your wrong« snd
garding foreign exhibit* at all expo
compiled by R A. Bayley, of the treas
your misery. You forget how badly, how
sition* where foreign manufactures and
ury department, who atates^that among
■ hearty welcome in Ireland.
hopelessly I love you!"
products are provided for, and similar
the national loans of the United Htatee
CHRONOLOGY OF FOfS LEO XIIL
"I weighed your love in the balance
< attlemen anti »heepmert of Wyom instructions will be i*sued one ytar |
was one known as “Louisiana 8 per
Born at < arplncto, March 2, 1S10.
with Mr. Clayton'« money once," she ing are engaged in a fiarce war.
Entered coll«** st Kom*. )»24
heme regarding Oriental exhibits that
<ent stock,” issued in 1804. Mr. Bay-
■aid slowly, "and my choice hs« broken
^Matriculated al Gregorian university,
Arcadia, a HU.all Ohio town, ha* been are brought to Portland lor the Lewin J
my heart. I nm twenty. I have no hope
Mwnte,e<1 <!olle•eo, Noble Bed*alaatlm.
ami Clark exposition. In the case of
“This loan was contracted to pay
in the world," and an agonized sigh broke almoat.eutirely.wiped out by fir*.
foreign exhibit* which are to lx sold *
France for the province of Louisiana,
Appointed domestic prelate by Greg
from her. “I know that after tonight I
Ru**ia ha* withdrawn her demand* in this country, however, the usual rev
ceded to the United States by that
dare not see you any more. If | had been
priesthood conferred, Ifeoem
enue charge will be made, «« such goods
her IS, HOT.
power April 30, 1803. According to
good or wlae enough to remember my on China, but i* preparing for war.
Apoeudlc delegate ac Benevento. 1SS7-
duty, and keep from speaking of my mis
tho construction of the United States,
I urkey ha* nad to Bend more troop* are regarded aa pure importation* for I
ery t* you. we might have gone on meet U> Macedonia to co|X with the rebels.
commercial purposes, and naturally a
the cession by Fiance included all the
Governor of Spoleto. IM1-1MA
Papal nuncio at Brussels, iw
ing as we have done. Tonight We shall
large percentage of the foreign exhibit*
region between the 31st parallel and
will never he returned to their owners
the Gulf of Mexico, and between the
Made cardinal carmerlengo, July, 1B77.
Elected pope, February 20, 1*7».
"Do not «ay that, Mr«. Clayton. How go to a*HaBBinate the German emperor. abroad.
Mittiseippi river and the Perdido river,
can I leave you to that man's brutality?"
Io order to be exempt from duty,
now the western boundary of the atate
In Scotland. March 4,1*7*
\euezuelan rebel» have been driven
"How can you protect me from It?"
Eno cllcal condemning communism
The United States had
to their la*t retreat after a desperate goods for the exhibition mutt be re I
•o lallam and nihilism, December X
■ he aaked «adly.
ceived in tend at the flr*t port cf entry >
heavy demands on France for spolia
tattle at Boledad.
lie rose to his feet auddeuly and «food
Encyclical against hersy and social
into this country and sent in bonuaJ
tions committed on American commerce
ism, November 5,1M2.
before her ■• pal* a« death.
A band of rebels ope’gting in Allay
during the pievious ten years. This
^tecognlzed unity of Italy, October 7,
"Will you never
be convinced," he province Philippine islands, ha* been cars direct to the exposition grounds, >
amount of these claims was estimated
•aid. passionately, "that my love for you routed. A large number were captured where they will be continued in bond
Encyclical condemning liberalism.
at 1-5,000,000. The first proposal of
until the dose of the exposition. At
1« beyond «elf seeking, beyond doubt? or killed.
the French minister was that the
that time, they must be repacked in
If you will It so. I will never seek you
Celebrated grand Jubilee. 1*««.
United States should pay for the pro
Encyclical on socialism and labor
A hailstorm which visited Chicago their original paiking and returned
■ gain after to-night."
May 16. 1*91
since of Louisiana 100,000,000 franca,
"I think I am not well tonight I am did great damage to property and wa* through the same port at which they
Celebrated Episcopal jubilee, Febru
and take upon themselves the payment
over tired,” ahe aaid, recovering herself; the indirect caure of five people being were entered. The ruling, it is said,
Iwited appeal to England for reunion
"If you will have my carriage amt for, I seriously injured.
will require the presence within the St.
of the claims for spoliation, but the
of Christendom. Aprilll, ISM
will go bom*."
■ mount was finally fixed at »15,000,-
Louis exposition grounds of upwards of
Celebrated sixtieth annlve'rsary of his
Colombia finds herself in financial
first mass, February 12, 1*9*.
lie went at once and did not return to
000, of which France was to receive
600 revenue officers, inspectors and
Declared 1900a year of universal Jubi
her until it waa ready; then he gave her
lee, May, 1*99.
111,260,000 in United States bonds,pay
*upe visors, and at Portland of a pro
hia arm and led her away without an receipts and ne.esBarie» ot life have portionately smaller number, to lx reg
Held consistory and created eleven
able in 16 years, and bearing interest
new cardinals. June 19. 1*99.
other word. She uever looked at him reached an almott prohibitory price.
at the rate of 6 per cent. The remaind
ulated by the size of the Oriental ex
Celebrated ninetieth birthday. March
■ a he put her into her carrlnge. an I wish
Archbishop Katzer, of Milwaukee, is hibit.
er, amounting to 13,750,000, was to
Stricken with pneumonia, July 3.19u3.
ed her a grave good night; but when the
Died, July 20, ltot.
be devoted to reimbursing American
At St. Louis and at Portland certain
door was closed, and they had passed
citizens for French depredations on
through the galea, she threw herself hack
King Edward ha* started on a tour
their commerce. The treaty was con
lease without duty, such as personal
in s corner ami sobbed such tears ■■ «he of Ireland.
firmed by the senate of the United
had never wept froru the hour ahe waa
Rome, July 20.—Pope Ixo XIII is States, but was the occasion of an ex
The war feeling against Russia is sioners within the limits of the expo
le>rn until now. There were liclita in
the dining room wbeu *b, returned, and growing in Japan.
sition, free samples of merchandise to dead. The last flicker of life expired tended debate in the house of represen
at 4 minutes past 4 o’clock this after tatives.
she would hare entered it, hut the foot-
In the destruction of a Nome hotel lx distribtued by foreign contributors, noon and the pontiff now lies at rest.
man stood iu the way with a frightened three people lost their lives.
The act to issue the stock in payment
and advertising matter in the form of
Tonight the emaciated and lifeless for the territory, which became known
frame which held sojbrave a spirit lie* as the Louisiana stock, was approved
A street car collided with a wagon at
"Not In there, if you pleaae, ma'am;
on the bed in the Vatican, beside which November 10, 1803.
master dined at home, and has a party of Kansas City, «eriously injnr'ng six
ROME IN SORROW
almost all the world has prayed. The
At that moment there w aa a clinkinc of
red damask coverlet rests lightly over
THE POPE’S FUNERAL.
A Conner creek mine, near Hunting Silence ot Mourning for Pope In
glasses, aud a sound of la'ightrr, in
the body, the cardinal's s arlet cape ia
which a shrill peal of a wontau'a role* ton, ha» beeu robtxd of a large amount
about the ahonldera, while on hi* bead
Only Preliminary Arrangement* Made,
of money and dust.
was distinctly audible.
Rome, July 21.—The body of Pope has been placed the papal hood of vel
but Will Be Elaborate.
Mrs. Clayton stood for a moment aa if
The heir to the British throne is to Leo XIII lies tonight in the hall of the I vet, bordered with ermine.
turned to atone; then she went upstairs visit the United States and will be the
Only the meet general funeral ar
silk handkerchief is bound about hie
throne room, a few steps from the room
without a word. It wa* evident she had
chin, and in the hands that have rangements have thus tar been made,
guest of President Rooeevelt.
not been expected home so early.
in which hie death took place. The blessed so many thousands ha* been
as the shock of the pope’s death for
Khe was too stupefied to thiuk. It seem
In an exploeion st the Minnequa
same ve.tment, the comauro hood, the placed a crucifix. Sc Pope Leo will le-
ed as if some heavy blow had fallen on steel works, Pueblo, five men were
the moment occupies all attention.
her, and ahe scarcely realised it or knew burned by hot metal, two fatally.
Oreglia, together with the
put on yesterday cover the form, which ,
what It waa
Iler min i was exhausted,
A bloody battle occurred at Ciudad rest* in semi state, surrounded by tte rough clad Franciscan penitentiaries, members of the sacred college, will de
and ahe slept heavily. The next day when
«lie rode in the park, as usual, every ona Bolivar, iu Venevnela, when that place lighted candles, the noble guard and who will keep a ceaseless vigil until termine the details of the elaborate fu
was captured by government force*.
the bural ceremonies.
neral ceremonies, which will last nine
the Francisian penitentiaries.
Tomorrow the sacred college of card- days. In the case of Pius IX, hia per
"How terribly ill Mra. Clayton look«!
Tomorrow morning the diplomatic
A severe wind, hail and rain storm
She should not go out so much, or «ha
inala will assemble for the official doty sonal friends among the Roman aristoc
swept over a |»rt of Southeastern Iowa, body, the high dignitaries and the
will be dead tiefore the end of the aea*
of pronouncing Pope Leo dead,
After rat y we e permitted to see the em
destroying all crop* in its patli and lev
to pay their tributes ot respect to all thia sad function has been performed, balmed body before it waa removed to
"Dear Fee." said Winifred, riding »P.
that remain* of the pope, who won the the body will be taken to the small St. Peter’s, where the general public
"what ails you—you look norn out?"
Governor Yates, ot Illinois, bar re- respect and affection of the world. In throneroom adjoining the death cham had a like privilege. It ¡»'expected that
”1 thiuk yesterday wa* too much for turn«-' F*-oui a trip to Europe.
the afternoon the body will be arrayed ber, where it will be embalmed. The similar plane will be carried out in the
me,” Mr«. Clayton answered. "Stop n 1
in all the glory of the pontifical robes, funeral ceremonies will extend over present case. On the evening of the
horse. Winifred!" and
nine days, the body being removed to eighth day the corpse will be enclosed
«rented for a moment Io reel in her sad Knight» of St. John will be held at the mitre replacing the hood, and at
sunset it will be taken into ii>e chapel the cathedral of St. Peter’s, where it in two coffins, the inner one o? cypress
Winifred caught the bridle, and Peoria, 111., on June 22, 1904.
and the outer of lead, which will be de
of the Sacrament of St. i’eter, where
stopped her own horse.
John Ixnbershim, of Los Angeles,
posited within a stone scarcsphagn*.
for thiee days ths public will lx given
"Oh, I-ord llarold!" «he cried suddenly
the Harvard student who stole an auto-
It will not be immediately committed
to the gentleman who rode lieaide her,
an opportunity of payiug a last fare
to its final resting place, but will be de
"go to the other aid* of Fee, and hold
well. The interment will occur Satur
posited high over the door near the
her up: she is fainting."
In a moment lie bad his arm round her,
choir if a chapel in St. Peter’s, where
A dog which hit a ntin>l«r oi chil
snd bad lifted her into the saddle, from dren in Milwaukee proves to have had
it may be viewed by all visitors. The
CAMPAIGN IS ON.
which «he had partly slipped. Mrs. Clay rabies and the health board is trying to
ultimate burial place will be the mag
ton recovered herself almost immediately. find the children in order to apply an-
nificent basilica of St. John the Lateran.
Politicians are Busy Around Vatican
"Thank you," she said, with a ghastly
Following Pope Leo’s expressed wish,
attempt at a «mile; “a sudden giddiness.
the niche in which it will lie will cor
Take me home. Winifred, will you?"
Rome, July 22.—The conclave of
respond to that which the pope desig
O. Mattbieeen, widow of the former
cardinals will meet a'out August 1 to
nated as the resting place of Innocent
Mrs. Clayton remained the whole day president of the American sugar refining
111. The marble memorial will show
on the sofa, scarcely speaking. Winifr.’d company, leaves her nephew, Conrad elect a new pope.
a recumbent figure of the^Jpontiff, sur
A vigorous campaign is being made
would not leave her for a moment. Sh* H. Mattbieeen, heir to 115,000,000.
rounded by allgorical figures.
bathed her forehead, and watched anti
by the adherents of the various candi
Axel Simonson, a sea captain, ha*
soothed her when «he turned oti her aid*
dates, these in'luding the foreign am
sued for libel a magazine publishing
Plenty of Chance to Steal.
bassadors to the Vatican.
"It 1« my head, my head." she mur- company for publishing a story repre
Kaiser William is supporting Cardi
Wethington, July 22.—The special
mured now ami again. "I think I am go senting him a* having been the first to nal Gotti in the hope that he will give
report of the treaaury expert* on their
leave his wrecked ship.
He says the
the triple alliance a protectorate over
examination of the affair* of Auditor
Ami then Winifred thought it time t* story is false and by depicting him as a
the Oriental Christians.
reward damage» his reputation.
semi for a physician.
Petty, of the District of Clcnmbia, fixes
Gotti has been made the subject of
"It is a nervous attack." he »aid. when
the shortage in that office, for which
Notice to vacate has been served on attack on the g ound that hie brother
lie had ac n her: "the brain act in« to bars
Jame* M. A. Watson, a clerk, is now
been overexcited. In a day or two Mrs. 58 equatter« on a tract in the «uburoe is an ex-convict.
in jail, at »73,397. The expert* erlti-
POPE LEO XIII
Clayton will Ite quite herself again."
ciae the ayateni by which the money
verted into lakes for additional water desires short-lived pope, but is op-
(To tie continued.)
EVENTS OF THE DAY
NEY A FARMERS:
supply, but some of them will resist.
Included are four cburchee, four schools,
six hotels, ten summer residences and
about 40 farms.
A package containing six yards of
lace aaid to be valued at |B00 has Ixen
missing since April fl, when it was
shipped by expreis from New York to
Washington. The lace is a part of a
set valued at »30,000 belonging to the
wife of General A. E. Bates, of Wash
ington, D C. It was a family heir
A conspiracy has been discovered
among army officers of Portugal to over
throw the king.
Japan has now a gold reserve of 173,-
The baftleship Kearsarge has started
on her race «cross the ocaen.
United States authorities have cap
tured seven Italian counterfeiters in
Fire destroyed the Sabin hotel and
natatorium at Port Arthur, Tex. Ix>e*
»100,000, bartly insured.
A report is in circulation in London
that Fran«» intends to transfer ite pos
sessions in the eastern Pacific to the
Twelve Chinese were killed in an ex
plosion in a Nanaimo, B. C., mine.
The Russian war minister says Port
Arthur is a fortress inaficessible to all
enemies no matter bow great their num
bers or whence they come.
The prohibition of the importation of
arms and ammunition Into Chin* ei-
nire* in August- The minister* have
decided that the prohibition Is useless
and ineffective anti that theChmeseare
capable ot rkguUting the imporUtlon
of wsr munitions.
IN ETERNAL REST
posed because he ride* in an au to-
Archbishop Merry del Vai, minee
mother is English, has been elected
secretary of the conclave.
Italy Will Honor Cardinal*.
Rome. July 23.—The Italian govern
ment has given orders to the railroad
officials that cardinals coming to Rome
for the conclave shall be considered
prince* of the blood and have reserved
compartments or saloon care placed at
their disposal from the frontier.
addition, instructions have been given
to all the government authorities to put
themselves at the disposal of the card
inals if they are reques ed to do so and
to leave nothing undone for their ac-
commodation and protection.
Hostilities Warded Off.
Helena, Mont., July 23.—A serious
clash tie tween cattlemen ami sheepmen
on the middle fork of the Sun river, 90
miles north of Helena, has just been
averted by county officers, who were
cu11<>d to the scene.
who had organized, sent sheepmen
notion that if they did not remove th ir
herds from the rsnge by Sunday they
would be forced out of the country
The sheepmen sent to Helena for arms
and ammunition to resist.
Beef Trust Has Appealed.
Chicago, July 23.—The Chicago pack
ing firms, the “Big Six,” made defend
ants in the l*eef-trust cases, today ap
pealed the suit to the supreme court of
the United States. This is the case in
which the packers were enjoined frem
continuing the operation of an agree
ment whi> h the court held to tie in re
straint of trade.
will lie in atate. The ultimate resting
place of the dead pontiff will be in the
magnificent basilica of St. John the
Pope Leo’a final momenta were
marked by that same serenity and de-
votion, and, when he was conscious,
that calm intelligence, which ia asso
ciated with hia 26 years’ pontificate.
Hie waa no easy death. An hour be
fore he died, turning to Dr. Lapponi
and his devoted valet, ..Pio Centra, he
"The pain 1 suffer ia moat terrible.”
Yet hie parting words were not of
the physical anguish that he suffered,
but were whispered (benedictions upon
the cardinals and hie nephews, who
knelt at the bedside and the last look
of his almost sightless eye* waa toward
the great ivory crucifix hanging in the
waa bandied and aay that for a period
of more than four yeara Watsons’ work
waa not reviled, checked up or other-
wi e proved or tested by any other em
ploye of the office or by the auditor.
Cassini Pave Verbal Pledge.
Washington, July 22.—In a 'conver
sation at the Russian embassy' cu the
afternoon of June 28 with the Associ
ated Press, Count Cassini referred to
the call of Secretary Hay on the day
previous, and expressed his gratifica
tion at its results. The ambassador, in
reply to the question as to whether
Manchuria was under discussion during
the call, replied in the affirmative, and
stated that he had aseurred Mr. Hay
that Russia would execute to the letter
her pledge* in Manchuria and concede
(live Old Soldier a Pref* rene«.
Washington. July 22.—Acting Com
missioner Williams, of the internal rev
enue bureau, by direction of Secretary
Shaw, has issued a letter to collector*
of internal revenue, cal;ing attention
to President Roosevelt’s order of Janu
ary 17, 1902, providing that preference
shall be given alike in appointment*
and retention in the public service to
honorably discharged soliders of the
War Feeling Orow *.
civil war. Col'ectors are instructed
Victoria, B. C., July 22.—The carefully to ooserve this order.
steamer Indrasamaha, which arrived
last night, brought news that the war
Chinese Seek Revenge.
feeling in Japan was stronger than ever
Honolulu, July 22.—It has been an-
when the steamer sailed, as a’resnlt of nonneed that the Chineee here will
the alleged secret concession * made by hold a mas« meeting to make an em
the Chineee government to Russia. phatic protest against their exclusion
The increasing excitement of Japanese from the United States. They will ask
papers is also accentuated by the change their government to enact tariff regu
of attitude of Prince Ching, who 1* lations against American goods Ma
said to have gone over completely tn matter of retalliation if the immigra
the Russian side.
tion restriction* are not removed
Practically all the cardinals now in
Rome kneeling at the bedside, watched
the passage of his soul. Earlier in the
day Ca dinal Serafino Vannutelli had
impressively announced the absolution
in articulo mortis.
The condition of his holiness varied
from agony to coma.
Wishing to re
lieve him, Dr. Mazzoni suggested that
morphine should be administered.