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BISBEE, ARIZONA, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1911.
500 KILLED BY HEAT; 1,000 PROSTRATED; OTHERS DRIVEN INSANE IN MANY
fWHEHtn 'FiPi!il;'-f '
V ' ' '
TO THE III
WORLD-WIDE TRUST IN !
STEEL INDUSTRY IS NEAR:
Head of United States Steel Corporation Meets Represent
atives cf All Nations for Purpose of Perfecting
Organization to Spromi "Golden Rule"
POPE PIUS LAUDS THE
WORK Of UNITED STATES
heir Congress Will Assemble
in Colorado Springs Oct
ober 12 Jointly With
WOMEN FARMERS ARE
MAKING BIG SICCESS
Have Hundreds of Rne Farms
and Have Made Rural
Life Pleasant in
(By Victor Elliott.)
WASHINGTON, July 5. The sixth
international dry-farming congress
?Dd the tlrst international congress
cf farm women !s to be hold jointly
at Coiurado Springs, Colorado, begin
ning on October 12 next.
Secretary Wilson ana a number the world concerning an questions re
of farming scientists of, the depart-' latlng to the Industrj. and organlza
inent of agriculture are very much tlon distinguished from and broader
interested in the work that the
joint congress is attempting to do
BRUSSELS, July 3. Th s. eel In- in scope of its act!riUe3 'th-ai the ex
terests of America, Canada. Germany, isting great Instl.utlons."
England, Belgium, Italy, Austria and1 Against Antagonism.
Spain were represented by 160 dele-1 Judge Gary believes It feasible. Neo
gates who met in conference today j e8garliy ,t 8nouid be formed and man
preliminary to the formation of an . . , ... . i,i
international association broadly slm- he concluded, no as to avoid
liar to idie American Steel Institute.' antagonism or Interference of any in
Judge E. H. Gary, chairman of the! atitutlon and so as to secure public
United States Steel corporation, pre-1 approval,
sided. Judge Gary, who was elected Herr Vtm Holenhausen ol the Krupp
chairman of the conference. eiDlalned Works, speaking for bo German
his views concerning cooperation in
business. Americans, he paid, were
anxious to be and keep near to their
An International Trust,
"It is the expressed" wish of many
of their representatives to form an in
group, warmly supported the Idea,
asd one by erne the members repre
senting all the nations and groups ful
ly accepted the project. All present
had known by correspondence , the
purpose of the meeting and had decid-
Praises in Highest Terms Movement of Taft in Behalf of
Universal Peace Church, He Says, Cannot But
-Endorse Such a Worthy Movement
GREAT STUNTS ,
All Records Smashed in Marry
Parts of United States
to Handle Dead
FXPRFSS WAGONS ARE
UTILIZED IN CHICAGO
At Other Places Morgues Are
iiriviiiiu in iiKH t(nir hi -- . . .. ... . . ; -w- i? a.u,
as. D V of the pope. The letter tays In "art: nearuiy commend tno work already j the Iroops who have jatticlpat.
rtliy IVIUIO UUUICJJ io our jionorauie uromcr, uimuui- ucSun nuiwii buuuju uo apprurea v m e(1 jn Bisbee's fourth o' July
t cues xuuiar, Arcauisuujj ui uiiii.-a,;"" t,ui uju cojj:v;iiuiy ujr us a, rplobrntlon for Fort Huai
WASHINGTON, lulyJJ. Pope Pius, praiseworthy, and any pffort In this
in- an autograph letter received today) cause, even although It may not lev
by the" apostolic delegate o Vasn-t mediately or wholly accomplish Us
Ington, applauds the lead taken by
Great Meet of Plainsmen and "
Army Men at Warren
Concludes Big Three
it of its' authors and do of bcneQt to
the United States in the world-wide
campaign for International peace. Al
though the pontiff does not mention
President Taft by name, a copy of
the letter was forwarded tonight
the white house.
It is expected the ore3ident, bo I tary science portend wars which must
cause of his well known peace v'cws.j be a source of fear even to the most
will reply to the cordial sentiments; powerful rulers, Wherefore, we must
purpose, manifests nevet-heless a zeal TARGE T WORK OF THE
.U4lU VMUVk UUk IVUUiUU IU LU0 WKU i r t t I") I " I D L A I .
rtnivn m dio men i
"This is especially true a- the pres-i Best BmnCO Rl'derS in West
ent day when TaBt armies, Instrumen- noliaht Thnncanrte Rv
o tauues most destructive to human i
me, ana me aavancea state or mm-'
Wf.h the departure today ot
A loss of more than 300 lives is,
oen ana especially dv us !.. -, n., ,,.,
Apostolic Delegate to the United I holding, as we do. tni sunrem? j.cn- an(. Douglas the district ex
periences a feeling of keen re
gret. The celebration commit
tees and the public generally
States of America; Venerable tlfical of the church, and represenringi
Brother, Health and Apostolic Ben-, Him who Is both the God and the'
and representatives of the depart-
men will be sent from Washington
to attend the sessions ot the con
gress. Especial Interest centers in
the women who are expected to at
tend the congress, from every state
in the Union. Particularly Is the,
secretary of the department anxious!
to know more fully what the women j
"farmers of the United States are do
ing, although he is pretty well ac-i
cuaisted with their work in tno
various sections of the
States from reports that ne aas rc j
ceived from time to time from In-j
vestlgators in the field, who are oon-l
stantly doing special work ot this'
kind for the government !
It Is expected that the western
delegates to the congress will be
able to furnish a great deal of in
teresting data, as it is in this see
ed in advance to join "the golden rule'
ternational association for the Inter-! movement.
rhnnco nf nnfninna and Infnrmnflnn .AnOtner meeiinK Will DC ueiQ IO- I mAlA s th nrnt .neat wave OT ji-..- , n-t..A n A. .! . ii
.uhuO w.-wM ..v .u.w..Hw . - . . . .. ... T Wl s.v.iwM .v -. -- - " . eUiCLlQIt 1 ilUW VL A CdCU. ttUU V H 1I1UBL tlilUiy A.
Detween iron and steel ptouueers of morrow, at wnich a committee wm 1911 which official weath. . . . f ,end tne we, nt of our authorlt to ,X,,"1';" " . ,w, J;Vr.
oe appomtea representing a.i i e 'advice8 say wi abate somewhaj' that In the United Stales of America' those who are driving to rei'.lzo this I o conduct of the trows and
groups, to consider a plan of organ- today. . . under the leadership ot men enjoying, most beneficent purpose. For we do Urtai? effortsTn behalf
zauon- The torrid period will be me.r.orable the highest authorfy with the poc- i not doubt that the same distinguished of tho celebration which they
in weduicr aiiiti iw vwiww w-..-f jnr, iuu muiu juuuuud uiruuvid u. nuW '"oa uiuwi uiij auu nav mado tne greatest success
Its long duration, us record orcaMny me community, are ierventiy desirous wisaora m anairs 01 euue win con- m n tne history ot Blsb
jjfir VVIUU DC U1VCIV . I temperatures and the long list of ta 0 aj atning the advantage of Inter- .1 met In behalf of a struggling age a
OUR NAVAL SECRETS' talltles which it caus-J. Th- hundreds national peace. To compose dltter-, royal road for nations leading to
l of news dispatches wlvih ci'us In the ences. to restrain tho outbreak of hos- peace and conciliation in accordance Approximately 4000 people spent
WASHINGTON. Julv 5. Aii-uiml Ncrth Atlantic seaboard west to tne tllitles. to prevent die dangers -i: with the laws of Justice and charity thft tarepr nart of vRstPi-rinv at War.
Togo, ilctor ot tho battlo of the Sea plains states have sxehanqei in tne war, to remove even the anil-vies of which should be sacicdly ooserved by ren and the majority report ot the peo-
of Japan, will tuv no difficulty in last four days, account, according to so-called armed peace, la Indeed most alL" pe was that the bebt of the celebra-
viewing anything he caies io seo in a careful review tonight, far deiths ! tion was saved until tne last. I: waa
the navy yard or a yparold naval es- of 431 persons from the heat and BO ,...,. jl. .... . .. .. 1 the largest crowd that ha3 ever as-
1 tablishment. It is expected he wii' from drowning, a total ct an. .j. - .. r.. . w -e-
beard the battleship Florida, now' Incomplete as the rescrd is m'rees
nearinir comnletlon. the failure of many points to report In Kansas many of the larger riv-
S, .Details of the plans forUieadmI, specifically the number o! f death,. It, among tnem -
j r n i . ars envenainmem nave.nnt r,ei-n com- was as serious a ,j-n. mj - ;-, --- - - - - --- -
AdVOCaCy Of Reciprocity I!, but when he arrives , Xew mmbfnJ for many y. .f .t a . them for water supply are facing
Nave, t W Nnt I York about July 8 he "1 I received record. The numner or prostrations is ,.. ..- -
Hurt Farmer ' ,taeEwt.otBnn.
n UlO r, n . n. r l -r r.l
united ,umo benaior uerenas lausi
BANQUET IN HONOR OF
MRS. YOUNG ON FRIDAY
III ma -a t91ri n rflmiJLl hll "
I from the review of the dispatches, it, Complete figures tonight show that
I appears that thousands l.ave been ov-. seven deaths resulted from the heat
ercome bv the heat In the great cities. Kansas City today 5r,d 'here we-e
mopp rtF RELIEF. 58 In New York.
SAN FRANCISCO. July ?. Se-eral with the country appalled at the NEW YORK, July 3. The accumu
.,,i.,i itn. i,.i kra ,vHnv hr. .o. nr ix-oa omi n r.noi nf fivB lated vexhnustlon of three swelterlUK
lng the advance ot the 20,000 dele- days of devasting heat, the first In-, "ays continued to mount in the rec-
WASHINGTON, July 5. The right
tlon of the United States that more of President .Taft to negotiate the
farms are being conducted by women Canadian reciprocity agreement, -to
nntrrU MT " .send It in complex form to congress gates to the National Educational as- dicatlons showed themselves yester, ord of deaths and pros rations today.
-country. F.rmera. for enactment and to defend and ad- soclatlon convention, which will open dav o' lowered temperature The mercury went down The total for Q
given to the
Atlantic states, where a great deal Oni0 at the conclusion of a speech
a gt fmpeYus ha, been vocate it in stumh. speeches through- here Friday night with a banquet in Conditions unusual except In a tne,present not wave , is M . I "" --- rurjjnc TMniVICnO
a rk of 4nmn farmPM ... .t. .- '..., . .fc honor of Mrs. Ella Flugg Young ofwar or plague stricken area marked The .days .1st of dpaths from the, --
.r v .- r J .. i " I.UJ10 ""' luc """'"J ," ascjicu nx i"o Chlcaco president of he bodv the large cities today. in jt'nua- ueac was .& up io miunigu-. in aian- iauiaaai-uud, juij- t.. i'resi-
I'tt -SJLS? ChTYoungdiesndue Ueoorrow detph.a Bh.C morgu, keeper noUfled hattan and tho Bronx boroughs Indent Taft concluded his visit to
"-'- c- - jjiiu ul tiv tuuviuaiwu ui u. j;wu .. --, .. ,,. , .. , nmt.A (hot n v nn n navA to raHs ni np.ii nrnrrannn wprA nn rnoi . .. .
iTesiaent navia 34ir juruui in ? wmuc .". - .,.- - - y r inaianapoiis today,
oi worxmess '"'u "." "-T", in support ot the measure. . ' b .i;;i.). .n,. th. fimi a new nlace to nut the bodies police records.
turnea into prospering acreage uj , senator Burton urged that the "-"-?-: ""'' ,r-.: 7 t ,hn ,ifl fmm lipat or other
sembled at Warren and many say that
It was the largest crowd that ever as
sembled in the district
WI.h a band concert In Copper
Queen plaza last evening by the Sixth
ca'Valry band, the Fourth of July cel
ebration came to a dose and no one
need have any hesitancy In declaring
it to be the biggest celebration ever
held In the great southwed:.
President, Taft Makes Peculiar The sbuadroTot which hM
Assertion in Reciprocity en tho guest of the celebration or-
Cnppph Will Nnt I be ' sanlzation since Monday at noon, will
&peecn Will IMOl LeS- deDart this mornlnc early. Troons A
Sen COSt Of LlVing I an1 C for Douglas and Troops I and
I s for Fort Huachuca. The sentiments
of the officers and troopers is summed
up in the expression ot Lieutenant
Turner of Troop C, who said: "We
have only one regret and that is that
tho celebration did -lot last a week."
the tireless energy of their owners ,,. orwlthstandlntr the now- SP at tne banquet in ner nonor.
Tho pxnerience of these women far- ... .? nmci m otism ir ho
mere will also be a feature of thepasSed without amendment. He said; WANTS INVESTIGATION
discussion ot me ounsrt. ; jt undoubtedly did not please every- ntr DIIDI IP
causes lecause the morgue was full.
The corps ot police ambulances!
Dead House Over-crowded.
PHILADELPHIA. July 5. Tho
At the Marion
club banquet the president spoke
on reciprocity. Ho said:
have bad occasion elsewhere
More visitors arrived In he city
yesterday morning, coming from all
over the county, and the. crowds
it m) oe mat secretary uson body; that probably it had never
-wBl attend the session of tle con- occurred to President Taft or the
gress with several of the ospens in Canadian commissioners when It
the department who have been des-!8 t uR rnmnlPd.
lgnated as delegates, it secretary ivn
ESTIMATION ,n Chicago could not take care ot keeper of tho morgue todav noti-J to say that the subjects in .which i ! Jched the climax by the afternoon.
IC LAND LAWS prostrations and in some instances fled the coroner that the .lead house have recently been most greatly In-f ?,? aov-? l0.ttn streets were filled
,tb stricken were taken to hospit- was overcrowded and that he would terested. are not party issues. Cer-I J1"1 Sd natured crowds of civ Mans
WACtrtvr.-rnv ik. -nr.r als in express wagons. be unabVe to care for any more ', talnly this Is true of universal arbl- r"u f "'""T8- 1? anno'incetncnt mat
Utlve Baker of CaliforWin t'nour. ..A report that com tassels to, bodies t some now in the place tratlon anc I ol : t he p lot the moi, custer woub je ;c.
our currency and banking system. , pIaza and surrounding streets last
Is It Republican? night at the concert The piece is one
"With respect to reciprocity, how- of ;he best and most cleierly exeout-
ever. I Cind there Is a disposition ed ever heard in Blsbee and the
by tome republicans to dispute the mammoth audienco exhlVtei Its cpin-
., , .,. j , ... ki! ,fli. ,m) llllnnla flnlris had chanced are removed
MtSStte r The Farnlers; fn.dK h 7a3ter7ta; ti w tarfta1 TWrtri, sudden deaths were
SSSf J2TXL"P-JSSV TZ StlSi wild excitement in the Chicago reported today. Among those
Jti; ses-- on what the feparfcnen agreement on the- ground thattto lstI7--. an .,.,. M up as much as five cents ia a few 4 1 .fatalities 'from this cause during
of agriculture is doing in various fanners wouid suffer injury virtual- . e said so manj co jiplai-ils nad , i ,,,k. iat steadied tho nrfsent hnf ti-.-,v
section, r tb- country to aid-in ,y were nghtlng for higher duties osen receiveo tnat tno pumic .urasj ( proposition that republicans can con- on In cheers that filial the
upt-JlUH. c awuiture irora a scieu- for the farmer. Ha said no injury '"" ruui" v , T A" Three Driven Insane. slstently support the adoption of with echoes
title standpoint. .. I to the farmer could, follow tne re-, wu uie muu "-'""u Wmu.liM. w a in'ch.oi. i PEORIA. Julv 5 Two d oaths. 1 the present agreement made for Race Ca'led Off.
The t-m:nj; session of farm fomen tnovai of duties on farm products, mere. CHICAGO. Julv B. Th heat killed, three persons insane from the heat' tnis purpose with the Canadian gov, The day be-in ye:ei:,ir with Ilia
will be the first gathering except In certain localities along ' ...,, ,,, ,., zi persons. iuciudJng tvelve babies., and several prostrations Is the ernment It is said that this Wnt 1 rifle match between the BisVa Riile
niaa ia ....," , lQe border. 10 Keep me uuues h , Al-, yiArtb ttULINUa , ahd "rostratod tokens in Cblcao to-, record for this city for two days of reciprocity Is not republican reel ciub and the soia'crs' t?am. a full
th world. It JS a crystallzatlon of .u- nrgc(mt fimire. he said, would
the growing feeling that now 13 the e piace the consumer at the
time to begin Improving conditions merc 0f a short market and ris-
la the home ot the farmer, and to lDg prices when tho time arrives
establish higher ideals in rural th&t American producUon would not
communities. ' equal American consumption.
The work ot the congress is In
line with the ideas and ideals of MAiP VARFPK ATRFIES
Theodore Roosepelt. It v.111 be the MAINE WKtUrv ' --l1" .
work that he advocated at the Ume THOSE WHO SEE IT
r th aocolntment of the farm ,
uplift commission, whieh has made. WASHINGTON, July S.
ON FflRFSTRY RFRFRVES day. the fifth lay -.f Uitf present
i wave. at
WASHINGTON. July 5 President ' The tempejature waa recoraea at
Lot, of the hot wave. The thermometer, proclty.
3:30 o'clock registered " 99 .
j account of which will hi mJ In an-
Taft has signed several prodaa.atlocs 101.5 in the -sealh-r bateau tower at. 11 Babies Die.
eliminating 151,739 acres conwle-ea1 2:30 this aftejnoon. eq.ia..in5 Jh' .,'t -
to be of moro value "tor agrlcuUnre highest point reached yesterday . Weeze this afternoon cau
, fn,.t. ,,,n0:. from national ! while at the street ivel, the mercary mercury to drop several deg
forests in California. Idaho roitaaa ' climbed to 10S degree?. Relier ir exjer It had reached 9S In the street tries wmen aia not cor
NttndttoSmdiSdhS'pected to come Friday, accordlus tQ'Wosk. The d-aths of 11 babies are' products of this country.
V taE2r?S'fS2 the weather Ioreca.te'. who taM arattributed to the heat Several pros- Demeeratle Measu
11 is saia tnis reciprocity covere, otner column .ct mis mornings pa
per. Tbe race between tho horses of
Lieutenant Holderne-s an J If n. Rus
sell of Warren did do' occur. ;is tho
in 3 miu Liiia reuiiruciLy wvtnt
competitive products of each country
and that the reciprocity of former
lake republican leaders was intended to
the Induce only a lowering or abolition' lieutenant did not coma
U LUre O V - t .. . ... .Ihm ........u.1 ...,......... H, nt .,f?nc nn nmArifia nt ntnn nnnn. ! TlAn.lna nn ,U. T.. t l.-l
than forestrv bumosea from national' while at the sireet ivel, toe mercury wi.ij w u.wii rc.ciai '" ifc- .. -- - ,.-. w. . "". ' "s' "" wc u;i. nue, wn.cn
man ioresiry purposes iroia uuiui . '. . ,. , rn-r . i- ft y,n wih q In tho ctrot' triea which did not comnetn with run nt rv.iit.lns nn t..;., j .i - . i
-A f -. - M-- ,uw ww .h . w.av. --- -- - - r - w ... wi. UI.- fl. mO ' .11
easures. ' a Substitute ni
It is also said, that the Can-1 The crowds ww nnt HiTAA(n4
adlan reciprocity as now proposed however. When it was learned ihat '
is nothing but a democratic measure the race could not be pulled off, the
116,76ft acres valuable for forestry.
From the Mono national forest
... r ..., !tfi nrnn. vnnwnA
In hign presjire area was moving towaru' "" ".c .v.i".
. ,MA.in4mna ,ntn nmi . ... , .1 1. ..r .k.iit i 1 -A nn tiT ak i.nirairn 1 rtim inp nn:i:ik r
extensive imua"' .. --- son bum arouna uie wrcct ui uu i vuioruia uu it o-w- ", - ----- Corn Croa Saved
ditinns "-fl-nSm ". bat.ltshlp Maine in Havana ""ow were euminatcd and i07..uo acres lttoB diriniT the hot DUBUQUE, July 5. -A rain storm reducing or abolishing tho tariff on' "celebration live wire" Jesse Yoakum
"r1 ?-iS, w.h th. nos- 5h,et of ensIBe5..w?.s T-t0'MANY APPLICATIONS . i
.IbfeexcepUorof England, women .-- "'D " "' , F0R THE POSTAL BONDS .prostration
wave have swamped the coroners : ' "";-" V .u Z 7 J iy,n7Z i s7, T V6 "uaf ana I,DDe1 nP r-icnig pro-
nt. . ..i.:,.., ..i: northeastern Iowa thoroughly drench- those raised by our own people, and, cram ,,... , -,Mt tiv.
lutataOTww WofwYbi ,f e 8?nnd 'f- and " -f JJZ dfrrnrSMonhOdaun7'r3CTeatlren-0yed
prostraUon cases. Frequtly evpcS3red has saved the com crop. Keet the farmers of the coun-y the -rooners. The privs were
oonsresses on fanning conditions are prlainea the delays in shr
practicaUy unloiowa. The women n ork yj. t w,s peeoMarr tnat
the farms while impo rtant 'actors do bfl rtposei by casytages.
net'SEtire in a publlcway. The man
is tho "boss", regulates everything. FOURTH observed IN PARIS.
a ,rr! tn ai! of tie larger ae- ... ,.., , .-!.., imhaoc-i.
talis In this country -bere there is dof wj Mrg B'acon gave a fourtfl of
a large women -. r-ll"Z" t,. July reception In their residence yes
te sre wmewha. n- Tn terday In the Rue de Ia Francois. Pre-
SSK?. 5fflTA js-o - -
on European or Asiatic tarm "
omeii are simple drudges. Consc- thre ,njured
quently the women -"" "JJ KOKOMO. Ind. July 5. Three men
country are on the eamo -BJJ were serloualy ,Jared in th. explo
the meB. and 1 oa tneir ;. slon ot a charge In an old cannon in a
under the same wspons'WimM as we attempUng to clear
SSr It by three boys. The boy, were
OBC Pf.rwofTr FOURTH IN JAPAN.
conJress ia tnat UaUon m0Tr, YOKOHAMA. July 5. The Fourth
better h,om"' m0-e refinement, of July celebration here was especially
V5!?? advancement morally. Interesting. Americans ?ave a dinner
and a Jf?! iSntalir in tie home at the Grand hotel, at which Ambas
spiritually and I""jr alt COun- sador OUrien was tho chief guest.
of ! ntta. domestic scien-.seral leading Japanese were prU
ttles. There will w aonii , nUolitles -were m-
(cSntiB ca PftSe 6) Ireseried.
', wagons are called to convey tho vic-j
WASHINGTON", Jul 5 Postmas- tims to hospMls
ter General IUtchcork announced to-!
day th.1: tie applications frcm depos-' Records Shattered.
itors to purchase -iostal savings kansa& uin, juiy t. .iev
Struck By Lightning.
try as a class.
Thes republican party
small, but the maximum amount - ot
In that - " v- ... u, nuiuuiu - ul
111 tUCir enni- n-e im A.. nt !. ..t
. " r. . ',i .. , ii 1 j, j , .w .a t" UUi VI IUQ laLlIlJT Ijr3-
OGDEN, Iowa, JUIJ' 5. Liunng a last- nauonai piauurm ueciareu in gram.
The first race was a free-fo-al for
I tnunoerstorm nere late toaay wunam iw wim uuua nuiuu uum
tot ,"-7.5S:.r- - ..7,"r."v a r iXw P.vaIrL i10" ? c. we five en.
bonds on July 1 aggregated 42,000. i weather marks for the year wcro cs- - " -" "" - and of articles abroad. ..5 t . IT "wron nlaa4 frtt
Of -these more than 35.000 wore tabllshed in the southwest tni.y. tut , Another "oTwTn Insane. "In other words, the sound repub-i -dnrte "J0?" , s, re
applied in registered form. IndicaUng ftwight the promise of a thunde: C0LUMBUS July 5 Two deaths. lican doctrino has become the impo- ?!,"n,i1,f, pures ot0 ,ani- W-"-
. -l .tAn cUfnn f HntfAff rttllp whoi-a ! inn. v- uiciuu "M " tCtTL.
rtlttnn. ar narnrallr tineoual. and . In,;he 300-yard race. Private Hsneht
the intenUon of deposlvors to reta:u shower Is given by he local weather seTcra, progtra-uong and one person
ti... nnnna n nn inmcinant , bnr.in. At .Tnnctlon CA'v tiu mirtr.in ,. .V f ..- t I .
c w o ... e-Tp,7o its Th hiht tT.mcri. nven .,sae was loe ,wva' uc-1 "v""a.,:tr .,"iLJ ",TZ.n JZZ finished first and Sergeant Mull .Wi
THRJTE FATALLY INJURES. i tare registered tier this year nirll 'on a level the competition of for- ?af pr-zes beInK lfce same as tn
DUBUQUE. Iowa. July 5. Charles today was 110. 38 protratIons. I elgn producers. The Canadian reel-1 the "nt raf8-
Kane, aged 43, and two children. 4, Some other record breakinj tcra- BALTIMORE, July 5. Three proclty agreement squares exactly Pinto wins Rsce.
and 3 years old, were fatally injured j peratures In Kansas -were: Emporia.' deaths .from the heat and thirty-Uwlth the doctrine. n a,raco oetween George Davis'
yesterday afternoon by the explosion 111; Salin and Linburg. 10f; To- g!x prostrations were recorded today.' Another Objection. little Pinto and a cavalry n3e rid-
of a box of dynamite cap3 while cel-'peka, 107; Wichita. 1.10. The lifhoat The temperature was 97 degrees. "Another objection of tho republl-i den by a trooper, the Pinto won cut
ebratine the fourth. i temperature reportel from Okl iD'ijia , cans who denounce Canadian red-1 T a dozen and a half lengths, winding
, was iUi is. MusKogee. a year g recoru. Heavy Hall Storm. ' ' jrrocity as a neresy is tnat. ue i"iv .
IN WN uutruin rnidun. ,ai. vwauuaiii
Iltlcal magnate of Sn Francisco,
ssrvlng a fourteen ytar sentence fortAt Overland Pack. 10 mils soatliet
City the .temperature ' LAPC-RTE, lad, July 5. A terri-,am6unt of competition which Is to, tne" judges or 'he momimr races
Tic electric wind and hall storm take place In our markets between I were Messrs. Coppcrwalihe and M-
struck Laporte county this after- Canadian products and those ot tneigoiun, ueutenani unuitn and s.
noon. United States under this agreement I geant Chase.
lis very much less tian there would At 1 o'clock the governor arrived at
by their general statements have tho flats, escorted by a troop ot car
yon believe. In tie first place, they airy, the three other troops having
say that by free traa ia agricuv
tuial products', we are giving them
a market of ninety million people.
SAN QUENTIN, Cal.. July 5. Theifregiatered 10
convicts in the state penitentiary herei
observed 'he fourth as a holfday anrtl Seven Die In a Day.
the rinclpal attraction was a minstrel; Seven persons died and 16 were
and vaudeville staged entirely by the prostrated as a result of the heat Storm In Bay State.
Inmate of the penitentiary. One ol wave here, when the tfcermosur.er SPRINGFIELD, Mass.. July 5.
thte vaudeville features was a sfcd ch ! reached 304. 9H. Sto-. experienced One ofthe most .terrific thunder
written by Abraham Ruef, former po- a "hottest day." The teraerture was storms seen Jn any years visited
, now 1196 1-2, altMfe ttore in r wre. ,r,' ion oi iw wiuukuchi -
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been lined up for the review. Tho
governor's automobile, in which Cap
tala John C Green way. chairman or
bribery. ot Ow city, rata fell and a. kUk wm
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