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London, May 27. A dispatch to tho
Dally Express from Cairo, Egypt, says
that n whole battalion of Turkish
troops has been annihilated by rebels
near the seaport of Mocha, in the
Turkish vlllayet of Yemen, in tho
southwestern part of Arabia.
The C.ovcrnor of Mocha Is said to
Milwaukee, May 23. Reports reach
ed Milwaukee tonight from Eagle HI v
er, Wis., Florence, Wis., and Iron
Mountain, Mich., of the startling be
havior of Thunder Mountain, the high
est point of Unit In Northern Wiscon
sin, which Is reported to be belching
out smoke at an alarming rate. It Is
have been carried away by the rebels kllmvtl tlmt nt Urecn B,xly lloS
no n Imalnnn Tim (i1i..la . IiaIhk "
as a. hostage. The rebels arc being
Joined by numbers of Turkish troops,
who arc deserting.
RESIGNS FN $II
Stanford University. May 25.-
ter Miller, professor of classical philol
ogy and secretary of the faeulty, has re
signed from the university, and his
resignation has been nccepted by Pres
Prof. Miller Is at present In Europe. alll '"' "'' a cedar swamp surround-
away, a hot boulder fell on a street
corner and was still red hot when
morning came. The light of the moun
tain. It Is said, can be seen for miles.
The repoits come from localities
seventeen miles apart. According to
tho advices, homesteaders arc hurry
ing to the settlements In alarm. The
strange nctlons of the mountain have
caused panic In two surrounding coun
ties. Thunder Mountain Is more of a pla
teau than a hill and In the center ot
tho mountain is a great peat bog and
Hwnmp. The mountain has been sel
dom Islti-.l. for It Is an almost solid
mass of rock, with vegetation nt the tor
where ho has spent the college year
Just closing. Ills resignation has been
' in Dr. Jordan's hands for over n year,
. but had not been accepted previously.
President Jordan when seen today said
thnt Prof. Miller had presented bis
resignation some time ago as an act,
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Ing It. The State geological authorities
have declared It to be of olcnulc oil-
According to tonight's reports more
'linn 100 pcttlers hae reached Eagle
Itlver. ricry red sunsets and a sue
I cession of severe thunderstorms near
In his Judgment, "desirable In the In- "'c mountain havo added to the gen
tercsts of the university." oral consternation.
"This resignation." said Dr. Jordan, ; '
"while doubtless tho outgrowth of fric
tion within the department was wholly
voluntary and at his own Instance."
EVERYBODY'S FOR JUNE
I Appropriately. Everybody's Masa
: zlno for Juno begins with a character
sketch of Edward VI I. This Is an en
; tcitnlnlng account of Ills Majesty's
personality, mode of life, peculiarities
rtues written In an Interesting
Chalmers Roberts, and lllus-
i trated with Innumerable photographs
Visits King Edward VZ
i trated 1
London, May 21. Lcwanlkn. King of of tbe King, the Queen and their pal
Haroueland (Northwestern Rhodesia), aces- XIost Americans will read with
Ihc only King who will be present at interest the curious article. "Did Co
the coronation of King Edward, nrrlv lumbus Discover America?" based on
cd from South Africa today. ' "' Investigations of Henry Vlgnnud,
Tho presents which King Edward wbli exposes Columbus's claim as tho
will give to foreign envoys aro now original discoverer of America. In
ready. Whltclaw Rcld. tho American "Should Christians Iluy the Holy
Special Embassador, and his associates Laud?" Arthur S. Greene advocates a
will receive pins nnd brooches of gold, Ilcw crusade on Christian principles
mostly In the form of tho Initial "E" i 'or the acquirement of Palestine. An
bet with rubles and pearls with n gold Important contribution is "Plant Mak
enameled crown above. In a few cases. ! '"g '" a Dutch Garden," In which E. P.
Derhans. costlier nresents will be madolyle Jr, describes tho astonishing la
to the heads of special embassies. to" of Prof. Do Vrles, who has added
. two leaves to tho clover, and created
a new chrysanthemum. A simplo and
Prenldcnt Loubet'sUscnpc. I Intelligent explanation of J. E. Hash-
St. Petersburg. May 25. It Is report- he's method of cutting steel with an
cd hero tlmt President Loubct had a
very narrow escape last Tuesday on tho
arrival ot the Montcalm. He was go
ing ashore In a pinnace, when, on ac
count of an unexpected movement of
the warship, tho boat was In danger ol
being cut In two. A prompt order to
go full speed astern alone saved the
President from a catastrophe.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablota.
All druggists refund the money If it
falls to cure. hi. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 rents.
Mrs. Malaprop My husband's get
ting rendy for the opening of the fish
Browne Pond of the sport, eh?
Mrs. Mnlaprop Well, 1 should say
Why, bo's a regular anglomanlac.
electric current Is given In 'Science nnd
Burglary," by C. II. Dennis, nnd Adeln
Mario Shaw contributes a vlrilu char
acter sketch of William Phlps, who
figures as "The First Self-made Ameri
Hnlloon Alan Drowned.
Denver, .May 2C Hen How en, an
aeronaut, made an ascension nnd par
achute drop at Manhattan Reach, a
suburban summer resort, at U:IG to
night, and, falling Into the middle ot
the lake, was drowned before a boat
could reach him. How en was IS years
of uge. Ho camo here from Brooklyn,
but his homo Is said to havo been In
Haltlmore. Tho body has not been re
Tho fourteenth International Medical
Congress will be held at Madrid In
I April, 1003.
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Coke, the original guaranteed
cure (or Dandruff, tailing hair,
scalp exema, etc. A dash
on the hair alter bathing 'ire
vents colds. Awarded medals
and all honors at Pari Expo
sition over all competitors.
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Facts on Lynclrings
Washington. May 2C In tho Senate
today Gallinger of New Hnmpshlre of
fered a resolution providing that tho
Judiciary Committee of tho Senate
should make an Investigation Into the
subject of bnchlngs In the United
States w Ith the view of ascertaining II
there is any remedy for them.
Gallinger said he Introduced tho
resolution In full view of the fact that
he might be charged with precipitating
a sectional contiovcrsy. but nothing
was further from his thoughts. He
said lynchlngs were not confined to
the South. Horrible cases had occur
red In the North, anil white men as
well ns blacks had been the victims.
During the past ten e.irs 2fi5S lynch
lugs had occurred In the I'nlted States.
If the stiong arm of the law could
prevent such occurrences ho deemed
It wise to do so. He read tho account
of the negro burning In Texas a few
days ngo. He said history did not fur
nish a more fiendish Instnncu of mob
wrath, and Kox's 'Hook of Martyrs"
was tamo In comparison. The whole
wretched business, he said, was a dis
graco to American manhood, In tho
light of which the alleged atrocities In
the Philippines paled Into Insignifi
cance. The Spanish Inquisition did not
furnish a case exceeding that ono In
Inhumanity. Ho apprehended that it
would be said thnt the Federal Gov
ernment was powerless and that the
Stntes had exclusive Jurisdiction. If so
the American people desired to know
Coal Mine Strike
Chicago, May 2. A conference Unit
promises to change the nspeit of the
anthracite strike situation was held In
this city today between seveial mem
bers of the National Civic Federation
and union interests. President John
Mitchell of the I'nlted Mine Workers of
America, who arrived hero Sunday, met
Frank P. Sargent and Franklin Mac
Veagh of the Federation, and Samuel
Kcefe of the Longshoremen's L'nlon,
nnd plans for fuithcr nrbltrntlvo en
dcavors on thu part of the Federation
The meeting was executive and deli
alto statements us to details of the con
ference weio not announced. It Is un
derstood, however, that thu plan agreed
on contemplates calling another con
ference of tho mine operators and the
whole committee of the National Civic
Federation nt New York, with a vlow
to arbitrating the stilkc question. It
Is said that the plan will bo sent to
Senator Hannn for upproval beforo n
recommendation for further arbitration
Is made If the plau Is carried Into
effect it Is bald that bumc deflnlto nn
nomucmeut of It wilt be made within
a week or ten days.
Photo by Rbner, The Uugua.
EX-PRESIDENT PAUL KRUGER AS HE LOOKS TODAY.
Taciturn nnd phlegiuutlc us ot old mid uppuivntly still halo and sound,
but with a inlud clouded by soriovvH und Increasing uge, "Oom Paul" Kruger,
once president nnd autocrat of the Transvaal, now sits In gloomy state nt
his pleasant place of cxllo near Utrecht, surrounded by relatives and Hoer
exiles. lo Is Idolized hy tho people of tho Netherlands. Ho has been but
llttlo consulted, however, during the progress of the pence negotiations, nnd
today ho Is merely n picturesque figure In the background of tho scenes
which are marking tho close of a gtcat tragedy.
Former Kcnntor Mcltrldc MnrrlcH
Now York, t.iv 91. Fnnni.r I'nitml
Stntes Senator George N. McUrido ol
Oregon, and Mrs. Laura Waltei
Schwcl8tcnbcrg, of the same State,
wero married nt the rectory of the
Church of the Ascension in this city on
Saturilnv Kennlnr .tnlm II. Mitihnll
'of Oregon and Mis. Harriet Pottei
Nourso of New York wero present nt
tho wedding, which was followed by a
breakfast The newly married couple
will Journey through the New England
states anil go to uregon in Jiuy,
Will lie GucHtH of the Emperor.
Hcrlln, May 20. Empeior William
has directed that Adjutant General
Corbin, General S II. M. Young and
General Leonard Wood fchall be til j
guests at the German military maneu
vers uet fall Mom than this, the
Foreign Offlce has Informed tho repre
sentative of the Associated Press hero
that Emperor William is very glad tin)
Aineihan gtucinls aro coining to Germany.
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