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CROP IS L0S1
Pruir Growers Have Probab
ly Lost Half Their Crops
. in Orange Belt Near? Los
COST J4 MILLION
Danger Now That Too Sud
., den Thaw Will Ruin What
Fruit Is Left in Possible
Condition for Market.
LOS AA'GEUsS, Jan. t "From HIv
eiside to I.os Angeles, every acre M
the orange, and lemon groves has
keen, frozen.- This statement came
tonight from Pomona, almost the cea
ter or the citrus f.ult region. Oniy
a fifth of a crop will probably be sav
ed, ir is also asserted, that If this
Is true, the total loss will amount tc
close to forty million dollars. Piob
ably five millions of this will repre
sent a loss "to the railroads In cur
tailed freight receipts.
In the face or this disheartening
situation the fruit growers, worn oat
by their forty-eight hours battle
against almost unprecedented visita
tion of frost, received a warning to
yet ouF their smudging pots again to
night In a listless frame or mind.
With this warning the weather bu
reau U&ued a bulletin stating the
crest of the cold wave bad passed.
Hut even this prediction of. wanner
weather brought with it an element
of apprehensive uncertainty.
According to the growers the sud
den return of normal winter condi
tions will Irreparably damage the
fruit tbftt may have been 'le't in sudh
ooni'tlim that a gradual tlsing temjK
eraturo would leave It in a market
This additional loss would practi
cally mean the complete ruin of the
citrus crop, the value of which has
teen conservatively estimated at fifty
The rrult growers estimate the
cost of .fighting the frost during the
last two days was more than a half
Growers and representatives of
fruit buying and shipping Interests
reported that an inspection of the
citrus country showed great devasta
tion. j Managers of orange groves center
ing around Pomona held a meeting
today and announced that no frail
which showed any signs that it had
teen frozen will be permitted In
packing houses which prepare or
anges and lemons for shipment to
ABOUT SENATE CONTROL
Prominent Senators to Con
fer with Wilson; Vote
, Stands 49 to 47
WASHINGTON". D. C, Jan. 7. Ef
forts to strengthen the narrow demo
cratic majority -In the next senate is
bold In? the close attention of demo
cratic leaders in Washington and Is
forming the basis of many confer
ences now oing on between mem
bers of the senate and President-elect
Wilson. Senators Hoke Smith, of
Georgia, and Gore of Oklahoma, who
have been invited to Trenton to a
conference with the president-elect
tomorrow will go primed with the de
tails ct the fight. The control of the
senate after March 4 is apparently in
Ihe'handB of the democrats by a mar
gin or oBly two votes. 49 to 47, count
ing tbe republicans and progressives'
together as a single force. The es
timate takes Into the "'Efe democ.-at-fc
column" Tennesse, where a flgnt
has developed since tbe primary in
dorsement of former Gov". Patterson.
The line Is so closely drawn in the
senate that it Is admitted that the
vote of vice president elect Marshall
may be necessary In tight places to
insure democratic control.
DrspUs Proclamation cf Taft SflOOf
000 Round Go to Mexico.
NEW ORLEANS, La., Jan. 7. Ap
proximately 5,000,000 -rounds of am
munition have 5een shlpped from
New Orleans to Mexico sine the neu
tralitf proclamation issued by Presi
dent Taft last spring, according to
the testimony given here today be
fore Senator William Alden Smith
Several represent of firearm.
ce ! were- before Ike commit
tee rty and produced the original
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THREATS OF DEATH FOR STOTESBURYS
MAY END LAVISH AND EXPENSIVE BALLS
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ilt. anil lire. IMuard T. Slutmburr (taken at Palm llcarb, Fla.1.
The series of lavish entertalnmews,
planned by Sir. Ed
ward T. Stotes -
tner of J. Pier -
uury. wife or a partner
ont Morgan, may be brought sudden
ly to a close by reason of the many
threats which have been -made upon
the lives of the widely known banker
and his wife unless they cease 8PJnd-!
(lie small fortunes on their mnirnlH-'
1-ei.i uaucufc anu ainuers.
Mrs. Stotosbury, who is socially
.erj amouious. not long ago con-
cetved the idea of giving a series ofjters. The workers, or some of them,
entertainments that would eclipse evidently felt that they were help
aiiythlng ever before attempted In in? to pay for the balls whenever
rmiaaeipma. bne nas given two of j they gave a nickel to the local trao
them. After the first, reports .were; tion company for a ride. Mr. Stotes
published in this city and elsewhere-bury owns a large interest in Oh,
to the effect that the Stotesbmys had local traction corporation.
iMPRDPRIETY OF HIS
inn Manp ?m
Archbald's Testimony Show:
That He Was Easily
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Impropriety of a fedeial judge writ-l
ing to an attorney on one- side of a
case, which has been argued before
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.., mi luiuimauuu u. ateuwcui iu
clear up doubtful points, became iliel which began Its hearings to aid injolucer, Thomas
point around which the members oftdevislng a new currency scheme, but' fleer. Hans Toi
me senate urea question after ques
tion today at Judge Robert W. Arch
bald, of tbe United States commerce
lourt, now under trial by Impeach
ment Tor alleged violation of the red
?ral oath. The cross examination of
he accused jurist was begun by Rep
resentative Starling, ana was virtual
ly taken out of bis hands when that
charge was reached Involving Arch
bald's correspondence with Attorney
Helm Bruce, of the Louisville and
Members of the senate demanded of
Archtald time and again whether or
not he thought It Improper ana unfair
to tbe other parties of the suit to re
quest of one attorney an explanation
or correction of evidence without glT
ng like privileges to tne other side.
He Insisted throughout that there was
nothing improper in bis conduct
There remains now only the closing
arguments ana the rote of the sen
ate whther Archbald is guilty.
The senate will give three days to
arguments, the time to be equally
Lowlands of WahInaron Are Threat
ened SEATTLE, Wash, Jan. 7. The
United States weather service Issued
i flood warning today to dwellers In
tbe lowlands of western Washington,
pointing out that tbe melting moun
tain snows must cause the overflow-
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er point. Ran fell all day in the
lower altitudes of western Washing-
ton with a soft snow on the noun -
tains. Tha Great Northern railway. !
wjboie mountain division has been
ti-j i j..o .kt,. tt
clear tho tract on the rasters 6loprfI.rf",Ins temp
i..CViU9CS V. CUbVCH.IC WUUBHUH. AU:
slide today covered live men and one
was killed. Tee Chicago and St Paul
and the Northern Pacific are crippled
today by the storm and trains arei
Succeeds Hughes on Committee
Way, and Means.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 7.
The democratic caucus In the house
elected today Representative Ans-
oerry, oi unio. a ncamr oi me com
mittee on ways and means, to suc
ced William Hugh. or New Jersey,
wls reslsaed frojB the house to seek
election to the eeaate, ,
spent half a million dollars for tbe!
, elaborate function which was given
, ol ,he Bellevue-Stratford. Similar r'
I Bnrtft Wort. &nnr1 qfror . ca-w1
ports were spread after the sectfad1
ftntnrfa t nmAi ! t h m-!-..?
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TheVe reports, including an editor
ial attack by a local newsnanyf
which circulates In th mill .luiriot
rnmui o ,. .i,; r i.i.. r ,r. .
( ,. v 6;l utmi ui ufiivi itrtruij
i among the mill workers, and soon
after the second ball. Mrs. Stotesbury
began to receive the threatening let-
Money Trust Proceedings
Give Belief That
System Is Wrong
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That something is radically wrong
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with ttla Amnrtr-.-in mnnUrv vem'l. " .1 "'.. . .1...
was agreed to today by all the wit-j
nesses before the house sub-com-
m tin. nn hnnbinir nnil nirrenevJ
rolttee on banking and currency.!
the witnesses were not agreed as toj
how the elastic currency and more,
concentration reserve funds can bo
A. Ilartou Hepburn, chairman of
the board of directors of the Chase
of New York, advo-
cafed a central bant;, with 51 per
cent of the s-tock held by the gov
ernment. If necessary. Hepburn, In
b)eaking of the government control
of banks, said that the best article
on this subject that he had read was
"The New Freedom," by Woodrow
which' the president-elect opposed
the Jeflersonian doctrine that the
less tho country was governed,
PALZER TO ENGLAND
Fight Bombardier Well
CHICAGO, 111.. Jan. 7. Al Palter Is
tolng to England to fight Bombardier
Wells, bis first step in an attempt to
climb back to tbe poslt'on from which
he can challenge ror the champion
ship honors. The announcement was
made here today by Pjlzer. He was
a fellow passenger with Frank Chance
the baseball leader, on tne train from
STEAL CITY WATER
SALT LAKE CITY. Utah. Jan. 7.
-Water Is being sold by the gallon
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1fdTle? h"e twn compelled to shut
rr"';,, '" B,,r, ' cu' ne
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menace. It is beileTed. however, thjt
MISTAKE COST TWENTY LIVES
Mexican Federal Troops Slay Eac
Other Before Identity Is Known
TOLUCA, Mex. Jan. 7 Twenty fed-
jeral soldiers were killed today owing
to a clash by mistake between two
bodies of government troops brought
to Totnca after the attack on Sun
day by flrty followers of Zapata on a
A detachment of cavalry, protect-
ilng passengers on a wrecked train.
j wero flrea on br anothcr body or
- fejerai troops approaching the spot,
Before tb commanders of the two
force recogaued tbey wwe fightlBg
(comrades. Twenty were killed.
Thirty or More Are Lost
When Freighter Goes
Down in Columbia
THREE 4ARE SAVED i ALSO SANITARY WORK
t i p
' ASTOItIA, Cal., Jan. 7. The otlj The extension of the cliv sewer gvs
'tank steamer Ilosecrans. Captaiu U tem In Tombstone canyon the regu
iF Johnxon, from Monterey, Cal to'latior. of the speed limit on c.t
Portland, while crossing he bar tofstreets and the framing of an ordl
ColuuAta. ..ver enrly this momln Bt ?' 1!tllk'" JJf ,
i,..i -r ...ii,. ..I. ,. .-., .'Of. the city health department larger
SJL iS I i i "f''and more efficient, were amongst .h
on I'wcock SPlt and was lort wlthmportant questloni that came U, OI
;reuu. tur-uuu UU.O.. u
man ironi me Uu uip roponea
ins ovtning uiai ne was wasneu, meeting was the rirst or the new
, tishotvs at Tioga, Wash., six miles jj-ear
frsm the scene of the wreck. Extensive plans for the Improve-
; The Point Adams life saving crew, ment and extension of the city sow
which, with the life saving crew frontier system up Tombstone canyon wcrf
Port Canby, has txen at the cenat discussed at the meeting. City Pluinb
,or the wreck since early In the morn-(ing Inspector Perry stated that the
ing, and rescued three other men estimate on the work had been made
t this afternoon. The names of the some t'me ago, but. for lack of suit'
I rescued are not available. clent funds, the work had not been
i Three men were rescued by the done. There has been a general in
Point Adams crew, after they Mad crease In the number of houses butlt
taken refuge In the rigging of one In the canyon section and tbe rest
mast. For man- hours they clung ;lents of that section have made a
there, the wave's breaking overiautnber of requests for an improved
.i T.i.1- .L-n.. .k. '..fnptrpr fnnnfwtflnn If wna Ktalptl thnt
i1w.,uh ,r,niW hP llfp .'. the cost would be about lf.no and
j0 reacn 'the men' Two men were101 two car load r P'l'e, toth four
UUeu from their perch while a third.!13111 c,Sut ,nch s'zes wou,a- ue needed.
. ..... Mr Porrv in&t rtirtoH in vat Iilrl9
i t,o im..wi' ii,m .. . h..
11, lifp hrat nparl th snot.
taThnefXdartneatmouth of the Co-
lumbia river Was blowing freely
from the southeast when the Ill-fated
Uinker essayed the entrance and
wis juineti iiyuu iu iuvru ju iij
hame piace uiat me sierar i.enerai ce wUh an oralnancc pa!1Bed at the
Washington went aground a year ago,; meetlng aat nlght. when tne ordin
The Waxhlngton -ulled off after a;ance becoraes effective no wagon, bug
two days' tight. When the Rose-lgv automobile or motor cycle can
cran's perMous position . was known, move on the city streets at a rate
the tasr Goliath and Oneonta. and grcater than ilftecn mites an hour,
the Fort Canby and Point Adams life .t all curves th's rate must be reduc-j-avlng
crews rusfced out to give ald.e,j to six miles an hour. Besides this
When tbe tugs . reached the vicinity all vehicles must always keep to the
of tho tanker, she was found bard' right of the street, except when tbere.
aground. For a; time it was believed , would be danger from doing this. A
that she might be saved or the crewj violation of any of these requirements
taken off. but theTiIgh seas and fierce, will be unlsh?,lile with a fine of not
wind made a near approach Impos-, mWe'than $100 or thirty days In Jail,
bslble.v. The wrecked -vessel soon shift-,
ed and began to-breaU up'Wfore that
tugs and tne me savers couki gev
cluse enough to heave a line aboard.!
She slipped off the rocks and sank!
until only the masts and funnel ap-
peared above the water. Three men;
of the crew clung to the rigging;
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 7.-AI the
c-Rlccs of the Associated Oil Trans-..
,r.ntinn romimnv. the owner of the
athjjd of T cr of the h,.
starred ship were announced as fo!-.
lows: Captain, L. F. Johnson; first .
Muliins; second or
Tomia; third officer, d
R. Palmer; chief engineer. Richard!
Grundell. These, with thirty otners,.
constituted the crew.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cab, Jan. 7. .tnat tne city has not. at the present
Tomorrow morning will see the endl.i. a sufficient sunnly of bricks for
ot the devasting cold spell that nasi
held California In its grip ror tne.to be paved.
last three days, according to Alex- Marshal Watklns read three bids
ander G. McAdie, director of the.
government weather bureau ai aan
Francisco. Northern California will
itet rain he said, and a rising tem
perature will come to aid the strict
en citrus belt in .the south.
GIVES BAD TESTIMONY.
More Tales of Rebrtes Are Received
WASHINGTON, D. C Jan.
lZ" deal e'x-
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made clear today to the nouse mer-
chant marine committee by a rcpre-,
tentative of a firm alleged to have;
received rebates for four years. Tn,
testimony wa- given by Joseph Fur-,
The sysum ot deeduaVes.ldepartment on the f.reiWagon Th
cell, or hard and Rand of New ork-' Hicks, who has entered tho catllo
ont or the largest Importers or Bra-j busne38 ln Globe
Lilian coffee to tbe United States Tne appointment of John J. Patten,
and who said that for shipping iox the position of deputy tax asses
coffee exclusively bJthe Jjampert 1. or . year 19I3. wh'Ch was
and Holt line and the Prince VtoSmite by Marshal WatKlns, was ap
and Hamburg South America line.J proved by the counciL
his concern was given a maximum. rhe building committee will bold a
rebate ot ten per cent. I meeting this afternoon to decide on
. j the locating of a room in which to
JOHNSON IS NOW SENATOR. keep the apparatus of CPy Sealer
Quick. The apparatus for the testing
WASHINGTON. Jan. T Col. V R-!of weights and measures has been
M. Johnson, of Houston, Texas, took j received here. In this connection the
the oath ol office as a eaator fT:m I council decided to purchase a water
Texas to succeed Joseph W. Bailey.; meter tester. This rill cost $10.
Hir credentials were presented by.
Senator Culberson. The new sena
tor has for many years been the ed
:tor ot tbe Houston Post.
EASTERN METAL MARKETS
NEW YORK. Jan. 7. Electrolytic
steady and unchanged. Tin weak.
lead, spelter, antimony and iron -un
changed. Total sales, par, $2,550,000.
COLD WAVE PASSES.
DENVER, Colo, Jan. 7 With a.
slowly rising temperature re,V)rted
from all over Colorado; it Is be-j
lloved that tbe cold wave which pre-!
vailed over the Rocky Mountain- reg-J police dlspe" tne mob and arrested abroad to market Its bonds. This can
ion, has passed the- crisis. two strikers. not now be done In California, and, it
Tombstone Canvon Resi
dents Would Be Bene
fitted: Traffic Ordi
, consijeraton at the meeting of he
cUy ,1 heM iast nlgnt The
Mr. Perry was instructed to get bldz
from Kansas firms on the cost of the
fim L m arm u Tka jb 4lmn a j' IVi
t up at the ex, .n,
A tion o , h , Ion of
c Down Speed
I uisbeeI,e8 w, haveP to reCTiate
. fhiktv armAd rtn ho atrnata In orwniiH.
or Iioth, forr each offense.
tt.VW.tne retuiest oJ.City -Physician,
hum uu oimuaui.-o ui u unmu ui
requiring all householders to provide
themselves with garbage holders and
to Bee that they are reguia:1ally em'v
tied. The ordinance will generallv
provide for a better and more effi-
cient method of safe guarding the
city's health. If it is found that there
a J" e,noush tef ' .bc. j?""?
department, more w.ll be aade.1
.'It was Stated, In tUlB COIineCIlOn, mil
u jj "
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p,vlnH Subway Street
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way street, will be brought up at a
later meetng. It is pointed out that.
n'lth htt nraaont nlH Ktln 9I1V Work
Inn the street would be difficult and
the work. About 1300 yards will have
that have been received for the In-
ta1Iation of the citr jail in the city
'hall building. More detailed bids wilt
te asked for and the matter win
come up at the next meeting, wbicli
will be January 18.
" The insurance on a number of cl?
buildings has become due and this
matter was referred to the finance
It was decided that the fire depart
ment will be civen cermission to try
nut gome of the horses of the street
Will IM UDDC. SO le'O.1. U wwc "
J"ry to one of the present fire horses.
ahe department will not have to us!
- ., shpnard
Walter Sheiard made application
.i,i nn the fire force. 11H
j application was accepted by tho coua-in-;
i ., ... ...in toi-a the nnitlnn made
accented bv tho coua-
: ... t ,ne posit0n made
. reglsnaUon 0r C. G
PHYSICIAN CAUSES RIOT
ROME, Jan. 7. Rioting, arising
out of a local physicians treatment of
his patients, resulted In five peopie
Selnr killed and forty others wound
ed by troops ln the town of Rocd-I
gorga yesterday, uruer was rraiumu.
BRICKBATS FILL THE AIR
NEW YORK, Jan. 7. The a'r was
thick with brickbats today when the
striking garment workers and am-
striking garment workers ana am
nloyes who refused to. Join them
fought in Cooper's Square. About five
hundred strikers were Involved. The
SHOWS LINEAGE OH
. FITTEST AMERICANS.
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llaVltl MMrr Jirdi.
Presldeut David Starr Jordan, of
?tanford University. Is puulng the
t'nlshing touches on a book of eugen
os devoted to showing that many of
the fittest Americans are descendant-)
ot Isabella Ue Vermandors. daughter
cf Hugh Magnus, the English crusti?
er of the twelfth century.
Jordan says Rockefeller and J.
Plerpont Morgan are descendants of
this able woman.
As Girl In School
(Special to Review)
CRIPPLB CREEK. Colorado
Jan. 7. A High school student
here, seventeen years old, mas
querading as a girl was found
to be a boy by officers. He
was on his way to his father
in Hi8bee. Arizona.
If HIS DEATH
Special Committee of Con
gress Will Decide Wheth
er for William Rockefel
ler to Testifv.
HIS THROAT MAY
Henry's Case Does Not Re
veal Sufficient Points to
Effect Matters Outside of
WASHINGTON, D, C, Jatf. 7. The
house money trust committee In cxe
cut've session, tonight made plans
for dealing with two reluctant wit
nesses, William Rockefeller and
George G. Henry, of the firm of Sol
oman and Co- bankers, of New York.
Chairman Pujo' announced .that the
committee had decided to procure the
servltjes of a competent socialist en
throat diseases to examine Rockefel
ler, and verify cert'flcates of 111 health
filed today with the committee from
Dr. Walter F. Chappelle. Rockefellers
personal physician, and Dr. Samuel
W. I.amett. Dr. Chappelle said that,
to force Rockefeller to testify would,
"endanger his life."
Henry in Contempt
In the catye of Henry the committee
prepared forms that will be submitted
to the full committee, cbarg'ng him
with contempt. Henry refused to no
on tbe stand to reveal the names of
National banks ond National bank of
ficers who were allotted a share in
tne syndicate flotation of the Califor
nia petroleum company. The bank of
ficers made a profit of S50.000 and
the bsnks a like amount Hen.-y said.
without putting up any money or even
taking the possession of the 8tonk
aI!o,'?d them. The syndicate, he
said, simply offered them the stock
and then sold for them at a profit
iThe full committee will be asked to
certify to the speaker, jrlth a request
that be oertlfr It to the district at
torney, for the District of Columbia,
who will be asked to tike t before
the grand jury.
SACRAMENTO. Cal. Jan. 7. An
echo of the congressional Investiga
tion or the money trust round its way
lu the California legislature today
Working on the theory that such a
trust actually exists and is in a po-
filtlnn tn ftmtoeTn atntr-H am! mtinlrl.
naiitiea. Senator I.eslle ft. Hewitt, of
i,s Angeles, prepared and will offer
a constitutional amendment providing
tnat either a state of a city may go
Terms Reach Position That
Only Others Can Deter
mine to Satisfaction of All
Who Are Concerned.
It Now Appears That Con
sultation of Powers Is to
Cut Figure in -Proposed
J-ONOON. England, Jan. 7. Sir Ed
ward Grey, -Rritisli secretary or for
eign affairs, eald to tho House or
Commons today that the possibility
ot intervention by tbe powers, should
th peice plenipotentiaries fall to
agree, was receiving attention by the
powers, tie said he would make no
statement of views or decisions ot
the powers not authorized by common
The Balkan delegates were Inform.
jed unofficially that the ambassadors
at Constantinople are continuing to
exert pressure on the Pone to expl
dite an agreement with the allies. The
smbassadorlal conference at London
has been abandoned for a, time as
the question of the rrontier ot Al
banta as It was founi Impossible to
recone'le the desires of ltu?sia and
Austria. The ambassadors discussed
today the dispositions of the Aegean
The Greek 'premier, M, Venizelos,
has presented a memorandum which
asserted that It would be impossible
to -conclude a permanent peace., with
Turfecy ir the Islands whore the Greek
population predom'nates remain un
der Turkish rule or are detached from
Greece in some autonomous form.
The Servians and Montenegrins are
preparing a memoranda to be pre
sented to the ambassadors. Turkey
arranged a short loan in London to
day. Secrecy regarding the terms
were maintained, but it Is explained
that it was not a war loan.
WORK FOR COMRADES
Lives to Save
niNGHAM. Ala, Jan. 7. At tho
risk of their own lives, relays of min
ers are working frantically tonight to
reach two, and possibly three, com
rades, who were entombed by a ca-e-in
early today In the deserted stopo
of the United States Mining com
pany's copper ra'ne. The body of one
of the men was caught beneath a
rush of rocks and earth and his been
taken frem the debris.
COLD SNAP CONTINUES
West Texas Expectfng Zero Weather
EL PASO, Ter. Jan. 7. Cold weath
er continues throughout west Texas
tonight. At six o'clock tonight the
government the-mon.'rter reg'stered
20 degrees above zero. The govern
ment observer predicts zero before
STEAMER IS LOST
Wireless Report Says Three Passen
gers and One of Crew ar LoH
VANCOUVER, Jan. 7. Word or the
loss or the little steamer Chesleke
vas received here by wireless at the
Union Steamship company's office
from Camosun, anothcr or the com
pany's steamships plying between
Vancouver. Texeda Island, seventy-
(ftve miles north. The report receiv
ed by wireless, says three passengers
and one memher of the crew wer
lost as a result ot the vessel capsiz
ing. Other passengers were rescued
CHANCE WILL SIGN
CHICAGO. Ill- Jan. 7. Frank:
Chanco In all probability will sign to
morrow as manager or the New York
Americans. Arter a .Bve hour con
ference this afternoon, Frank Farrell.
owner of tbe New York club. Chance
admitted that Farrell's argument nad
been strong enough to cause him to
waver in nfs decision to retire from
basdhall for a year. The details or
Farrell's proposition remain a secret.
was pointed out today, not only are
state highway bonds below par. but
municipalities, marketing tnelr bonds.
are liable to he at the mercy of
groups ot financiers who in some In
stances can dictate the rate ot inter
est and the price to be paid ror the
Another measure will provide ror
tho trial term or Juries in police
courts, the pay tor jurors to beat the
rate of two dollars a day. Most of
the legislation introduced before the
end of January, it was learaed today.
"will have to go over aftr recss.