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VOL. XL. NO. 53.
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LOS ANGELES : SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 181)3.
WAITING FOR THE VERDICT.
Sunday Closing Arguments
The Question Noav With the
Much Speculation as to the Nature
of Their Decision.
A Restraining Order for Next Sunday
Denied—The White City Now Prac
tically Completed World's
By the Associated Press. I
Chicago, June 2. — Juat before the
federal court adjourned today in tbe
world's fair Sunday closing suit, United
States Attorney Milchriat aaked that in
the absence of a permanent decision, a
restraining order be issued for next
Sunday. Thia waa refused. Judge
Woods, speaking for tbe court, eaid no
intimation could be given aa to when a
decision might be expected.
On behalf of the fair it waa argued that
if thia court should grant the petition
for an order closing the gates Sundays,
the management would have to either
diaobey that order, or the order of the
atate court, holding that the park being
for recreation and the enjoyment of the
people, they could not be kept out any
day of ibe week.
The court asked if the logic of thia
waa tbat no entrance «Jee could be
charged. Tbe attorney for tbe fair aaid
not because of tbe large amount apent
in building the fair the directory was
entitled to charge a fee. This had al
ready been decided in effect.
Attorney High, for the government,
produced a report of the dedication ex
ercises of the exposition, and read por
tion! of President Higinbotbam'e ad
dress, formally transferring the enter
prise to the national commission. Thia,
Mr. High aaserted, placed the entire ex
position in the hands of the government
and invested the federal representatives
with full power of control.
"What do you think Mayor Harrison'
meant when he tendered Chicago's dis
tinguished gueata the freedom of the
city?" aaid Jadge Jenkina, referring to
the courtesy extended tbe duke of Ver-
Tbe query caused a ripple of laughter
taaeti rWa art P l
"Well, of course, that is for your hon
ors to decide," <
There is much speculation to-night,
now tbat tbe decision is finally in tbe
judges' bands for decision, as to when
tbe decision will be rendered. Not a
few expect tbat tbe decision will be an
nounced tomorrow, but such quick ac
tion is not generally looked for.
WORLD'S FAIR NOTES.
The White City Now Practically Com-
Chicago, Jnne 2.—The Whita, City is
now practically completed. The railway
tracks which were laid inside of the
grounds to facilitate the distribution of
exhibits were taken up today and with
very few exceptions the exhibits are all
in place and by the first of next week
the fair will undoubtedly be finished for
the inspection of the public from end
to end. The band of Australia's crack
regiment arrived today and will give
a series of concerts throughout the fair.
The heavy clouds that threatenei
rain thia morning din not keep the pen
pie away from the grounds. When 1
cleared up thia afternoon the crowd in
created until the bureau of admieaion
eatimated that some 50,000 were there.
The attendance yeaterday waa 35,960.
Moneignor Satolli, papel legate, in
company with Archbiehop Feehan anr
other Catholic dignitariea, visited the
world' fair today, driving slowly through
the grounda, admiring the great build
inga, then paying a viait to the monas
ter? of La Rabida.
The Mexican exhibit in the Manufac
tures building waa formally opened thia
Word was received today that a far
famed Oriental monarch, the sultan of
Johore, is coming to the world's fair.
His majesty haa directed Commissioner
Lake to meet him in Germany and ac
company him to the fair.
The official figures prepared today
show that during May 1,050.037 people
paid to see the fair, of whom 22,825 were
children. Of pasa-holdera there were
A number of foreign commissioners
who, when dissatisfied with the award
plan, withdrew tbejr exhibits from com
petition, today announced tbat they had
restored them, aa the result of the settle
ment of the much discussed queation.
N. B. Critchfield of Someraet, Pa.,
will be nominated by Director General
Davis aa chief of the live stock depart
ment of the lair, and the appointment
will ,?o io the board of directore at the
The Programme for Her Ktit«rtal nment
at New York Conclnded.
Nbw York, June 2.—lnfanta Ealalia
had the Dolphin placed at her disposal
today, and the members of the commit
tee and their wives Were her guests for a
day's outing. The Dolphin started at
once. The infanta boarded her, and as
she got abreast of the Infanta Isabel the
ship saluted. Then the United States
men-of-war Newark and the Miantono
mah and the Brazilian Aquidiban fired
national salutes. The Dolphin returned
to the city along the north shore of
the sound and arrived in the East river
at Twenty-sixth street at 4 o'clock. A
barge was lowered and the guns of the
Dolphin saluted the princess on the left
of tbs ship. The princess remained in
her apartments this evening. The pro
gramme of entertainment arranged by
tbe committee -is now completed, and
the many entertainments provided were
not marred by a aina-le, nnnlaaaant mci
Sent. The princess and party will leave
for Chicago at 12:30 p. m. Monday.
THE WESTERN RATE WAR.
No New Developments in the Situation.
Chicago, June 2.—There were no par
ticular developmenta in the rate war to
day. The Weatern Passenger associa
tion will meet again tomorrow to at
tempt to devise means to prevent a fur
ther extension of the war.
Kansas City, June 2 —The reduction
in the round-trip rate to Chicago haa al
ready reaulteo in a big increase in traf
fic to the world'a fair. All trains going
Social Purity Congress.
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Chicago, June 2.—The world's con
greaa on.aocial purity was preßided over
by Archbiahop Ireland today. Ad
dressee were delivered by Mra. Balling
ton Booth of the Salvation Army and
Rev. J. H. McCleary of Minneapolis.
The league for tbe promotion of social
purity met in an adjoining hall and waa
addressed by Bishop Fellows. Tonight
the congreßa heard a number of interest
ing paperß on pertinent topics.
San Francisco, June 2.—An indict
ment on the charge of embezzlement
was found by the grand jury today
against Charlea E. K. Royce, ex-treas
urer of the Veterans' Home association,
who waß found short in his accounts
$15,000 or $20,000 recently, and who
attempted to commit suicide when the
exposure waa abont to be made. Royce
wae removed to the county jail, and is
MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE.
THB LUTHERAN SYNOD'S VIEWS ON
Adultery the Only lißwral Ground* for
the Dissolution of the Matrimo
nial Bonds—California Del
egates O trended.
Canton, 0., June 2.—The Lutheran
general aynod haa adjourned. The ap
propriations allowed make an aaßess
mentof 83 cents on each communicant,
and such aaaeesment haa been ordered.
A few yeara ago the lowa district, synod
asked tbe general synod to pass on the
queation of marriage and divorce. The
memorial waa referred to a committee
and wae reported on substantially aa
I , XOUX fiammit& a the great
necessity for keeping the action of the
church and the ministry in clear har
mony with the law, the marriage service
by the ministry of the church can be
properly given only under tbe condi
tions, relations and limitations set forth
in that divine law which the church and
Resolved, Tbat tbe synod understands
tbe divine law as allowing no dissolu
tion ot marriage bonds, except for one
cause specified, viz., adultery, and con
sequently as not permitting the re-mar
riage of persons Jdivorced on other
grounds, or of tbe guilty party in the
case of legitimate divorce.
Resolved, That the general synod
hereby places on record its earnest de
sire that the ministers of the synods, in
connection with it, should carefully
harmonize their practices in the solem
nization of marriage with these divine
principles and the rule they indicate.
Resolved, Tbat inasmuch as tbe terri
ble and demoralizing evils of easy di
vorce for unscripturat reasons are greatly
aggravated by the diversity of tbe civii
laws on marriage in the various states of
the union, tbe synod hereby expresses
its desire for a national law of marriage
by which evil may be restrained and
A resolution was passed that raised
tbe ire of the California delegation, but
their numerical strength was not suffi
cient to defeat it. It was on the Chi
nese question, and reads:
Resolved, That we, the general synod
of the Evangelical Lutheran church, re
spectfully ask the congress o! the United
States, in dealing with tbe Chinese peo
ple, to exhibit the spirit which Chris
tians Bhould show to those who are their
ALMOST WIPED OUT.
A Cyclone's Work or Destruction at
Greenville, Miss., June 2.—The little
town of Eudora, Ark., 40 miles south
west of here, was almost wiped out by a
cyclone last night. John Friedlander,
a leading merchant, and a negro child
were instantly killed and a number of
negros injured. In the vicinity of Cot
ton Plant, Ark., great damage ia report
ed both in and outside of the town.
Many farm houses were wrecked and a
number of people badly hurt.
The President's Outing.
Cape Charles, Va., June 2.—The
president and party fished two miles off
the eonth end of Hog island today with
better success than yesterday. The
president will make an unusually early
start tomorrow in order to have a day'a
eport before leaving for Waahington in
A Successful Bain-Maker.
Topeka, Kan., June 2.—C. B. Jewel,
the rain-maker who claims to have dis
covered Melbourne's secret and to have
improved on it, began operationa yes
terday, for six hours, when clouds ap
peared and rain began falling laat night
at 10:30, laating till daylight.
The world's fair will cause a rush.
Order early. Full stock, good fit, mod
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West Third etreet.
For aunburn and freckles use only
Perfecta Face Cream; safe and sure.
For aaie by A. E. Littleboy, druggist,
311 South Spring street.
For bargains in millinery go to Thura
ton'a, 2cH South Main street, opposite
BERING SEA BLUE BOOK,
The British Foreign Office's
How Russia's Sealing Interests
The Agreement Between Great Brit
ain and Russia.
Exhaustive Arguments Before the Ber
ing Sea Court of Arbitration—No
Prospect of an Karly
Ny the Associated Press.)
London, June 2.—The foreign office
haa issued a blue book which contains
the correspondence concerning the
ugreement between Great Britain and
Russia aa to the protection of Russia's
sealing interest in tbe North Pacific
ocean and the Bering sea. The original
contention of Ruaaia waa that her cruis
ers should have the exclusive right to
police the aeas in queation, and convey
Britiah treapaasers to Ptropaulovaky,
where the caeca should be adjudicated.
Lord Roaebery declined to agree to auch
proceedings, and suggested that Britiah
vessels caught treepaßsing be conveyed
to Yokohoma, where the casea should
be adjudicated by the Britiah conaular
court. Eventually the powera agreed
tbat trespassers should be delivered to
a Britiah cruiaer or to the nearest Brit
iah authority on land, Great Britain at
tbe same time undertaking to bring
them speedily to trial.
Among the contents of the books ia
the text of an agreement submitted to
Privy Councillor Schichkine, May 12th
laat. It providee that during the year
ending December Slat next, Britiah aub
jecta be prohibited from killing or hunt
ing seals within the following limite:
(a) Within a zone of 10 marine miles
following the sinuosities of the Ruaaian
coasts whiob border the Bering sea, and
any other part of the North Pacific
(b) Without a zone of 30 marine miles
round the Komandorsky islands and
round the Robbin islands and Tulinew.
Britiih veaaels poaching in eaid limit
may be eeized by either British or Rus
sian cruieers, but if eeized by the latter
shall be handed over ac announced
; llmtt to"2lT ( TfflrVtlVe numbered aeaTs*lu oe
killed in 1693, upon and around the
I islands of Komandorsky and Tulinew.
Schichkine, in accepting the agreement,
aaid it was with thediatinct understand
ing that it leaves intaot all the right of
Russia in her territorial watera.
Rosebery, in reply, said it may be mu
tually understood that the rights and
position of each power remain unaffected
by this provisional agreement.
BERING SEA ARBITRATION,
Paris, June 2. —Sir Richard Webster
continued his argument today before the
Bering sea tribunal of arbitration, in
behalf of the British case. He pointed
out that the excluaion of seala by Sena
tor Sumner, who had charge in the
United States of tbe measure for the
acquisition of Alaska, from the descrip
tion of Alaskan products, refuted tbe
assertion that the value of seals induced
the United States to pay $7,000,000 for
Alaska. Sir Richard quoted from de
bates in congress on the purchase of
Alaska to show that no importance was
then attached to aeala or to tbe exclu
sive juriadiction obtained in the Bering
Washington, June 2. —Unofficial ad
vices from membera of the American
commiaeion at Paria in connection with
the Bering aea arbitration do not give
any hope of an early termination of the
present proceedings. Beaidea Sir Charles
Russell, Great Britain' will present four
other attorneys. After they have fin
ished E. J. Phelps and H. W. Blodgett
of the counsel for tbe United States are
atill to be heard. After their arguments
are concluded the arbitrators have three
months in which to render a decision.
It ia hoped that the final result will be
reached by the Ist of October, at which
time the modus Vivendi expires by the
terms of the treaty of arbitration.
HOME RULE DEBATE.
The Irish Members Adratm'ater a Rebuke
London, June 2.—ln the house of
commons today iv the debate on the
home rule bill, the Irish members
showed for the first time what they
thought of conceding too much without
consulting them. Chief Secretary Mor
ley said the government would accept an
amendment offered by E. W. Byrne,
debarring the Irish legislature from per
mitting tbe use of arms for military pur
poses. Thomas Sexton, Nationalist
member of parliament for North Kerry,
spoke in opposition to tbe proposed
amendment and expressed the opinion
that a representative of Irish opinion
ought to be allowed to speak on such a
matter before the government replied.
The amendment was rejected.
ALMOST PETERED OUT.
The Honduras Revolution Ia Practically
Washington, June 2.—The depart
ment of state is informed that the lead
ers of the Honduras revolution have all
left the country with the exception of
General Torrence Sierra who, with a
band of about 150 men, is still in the de
partment of Pariso, near the Nicaraguan
border. However, it is looked upon as
only a matter of a few days until the
men will be dispersed. Unless some
new and unexpected developments hap
pen the present revolution in Honduras
is at an end. The constitution of the
government at the capital ia not
Everyman having a board should keep it an
even and natural color, aad if it U not so ai
r«»Jw. bm U"< " io«„.M, . li.. aad >bmu tide.
THE TREASURY SITUATION.
The Gold Reserve Still Decreasing-—Pnb- |
Ho Debt Statement.
Washington, June 2.—The total net
gold in the treasury at the close of bnsi- ,
ncsa today was $91,429,271. This does 1
not take into account the gold engaged
today at New York for shipment tomor
row. P.Hcause of the heavy shipments
of gold from New York Secretary Car
lisle has ordered gold Bhipped from
three other sub-treasuries to New York
to keep up the supply, and this gpld ia
now on the way to New York.
The publio debt statement issued to
day showed that the debt decreased
$739,126 during May. Of tbe decrease
$657,195 ia the amount of bonded in
The treasury notea offset by an equal
amount of cash in the treasury out
standing at the end of the
month amounted to $594,531,017, an in
crease of $1,485,604. The total cash in
the treasury waa $754,122,984; gold re
aerve, $95,048,640; net caah balance,
During the month there was a de
crease of $5,774,749 in gold coin and bars,
the total at the cloße being $197,518,710.
Of silver there waß an increase of
$5,173,874. Of the aurplua there waa in
national bank depoßitariea, $11,649,143,
against $11,270,697 at the end of the pre
vious month. ' m
A treasury statement showing the
amounts of gold and silver coin and cer
tificates, United Statea notes and na
tional bank notes in circulation June Ist,
was issued today. It bliowb a total cir
culation of $1,59G,151.1i(i|. a decreaae
during the month of $2,876,434, and for
the laat 12 months of $23,858,328. The
circulation per capita is $23.88.
FIXED BY CLEVELAND.
THE SHERMAN BII.VKK liW WILL
Bnoagh Bilver Men ♦on Over by a Ju
dicious Distribution of Patronage
to Give the Admlnlatrs- „
tion a Mnjorlty,
Washington, June 2.—The Star has
thia: Information coming from ailver
sources makes it safe to predict that
there will be comparatively little trouble
to pass a bill through the house io re
peal the Sherman Bilver law aooa after
congresß meeta. How the thing will
atand in the senate ia another atory, but
it will probably be found that the finance
committee wil4 have a majority for the
repeal of the present law. The reason
given hv aome of those who. will drop
J T irom tbe ranks o! tne radical HTver men
i I is that in the light of the present finan-
I cial situation many of their people,
without yielding their convictions on
the silver question, are willing that the
Sherman law should be repealed at once,
leaving tbe question of the future coin
age of silver open. How far this ia the
result of the distribution or withholding
of patronage by Cleveland may be left
for inference but it ia certain that Cleve
land haa not lost sight ot this issue in
dealing with the statesmen who have
been making pilgrimages to tbe White
THE GRKKN-ETKD MONSTER.
Jealousy the Cause of a Number of
Springfield, 0., June 2. —Thia after
noon Martin Fetritns shot and fatally
wounded Mra. Frank Wietham, hia land
lady, then auicided. Mrs. Wietham,
whose huaband is in St. Louis, refuaed
to marry Petritua, hence tbe shooting.
Grienaille, Mißa., June 2. — Last
night W. G. Morrow of Little Rock shot
and killed his mistress, Kttie Baker,
who deserted him for a negro, then
suicided. The murdered woman came
of a wealthy Miaeiasippi family.
Newark, N. J., Jane 2. —Lew Brown,
a well-known sporting man, waa shot
and killed thia morning in a fit of jeal
ousy, by his mistresa, Emma Woods.
Battle Creek, Neb., June 2. —Fired
by jealoney, Fred Sargent thia morning
ehot and killed his wife, then cut hia
own throat. He will die.
The Immigration Inquiry.
New York, June 2. —The senate com
mittee on immigration resumed ita in
vestigation today. G. H. Tbobe, immi
grant inspector, said many immigrants
told him they had come to this country
by tbe aid of Baron Hirach'a fund. "I
know Colonel Weber went from the im
migration department into the employ
of the Hirach fund," said the witness.
Frank Gebilso, a banker, aaid aome Ital
ians made arrangementa for work before
they started for this country. Thia waa
generally done through bankera. Mayer
S. Isaacs, preaidect of tbe Baron Hirach
fund, took the stand. "Not a dollar of
thia money," said the witness, "haß
been epent in aiding immigrants to
come to this country."
Annapolis, Md., June 2. —Today the
graduating class of cadets received di
plomas. Hon. Noah Brooks of Newark
N. J., delivered an oration to the cadeta.
Rain prevented the usual out-door pro
: ceedinga and Secretary Herbert pre
sented the graduatea their diplomas in
Chicago, June 2. —Ed Partridge, a
prominent board of trade speculator,was
arrested last night, accused of inducing
Clara Karzinski, aged 16 years, in tbe
latter part of March laat, to accompany
him to a house of ill-repute. He gave
bail. Hia friends assort it ia a caae of
Judge Duboee Found Guilty.
Nashville, Term., June 2. —The legis
latnre, sitting aaa court of impeachment
in tbe caae of Judge J. J. Duboae of
Shelby county, today found him guilty
of improper conduct on the bench. Thia
removes him irom office.
Ruu Down by a Train.
Chicago, June 2.—A 'street car on
Sixty-ninth street was run down by a
Rock Island train tonight and an un
known man instantly killed. Two
other men and a woman were seriously
if not fatally hurt.
A PLEASANT EVENT.
THE HERALD WILL GIVE TO
THE riOST POPULAR PERSON A
ROUND-TRIP TICKET TO THE
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
A BRIEF REIGN OF TERROR
Striking Quarrymen Resort
Contractors' Camps Raided bj
Men Driven from Work After Beiny
One of the Mob Run Over and KUlet
by a Freight Train—The Fort
Wayne Street Car Strike
By the Associated Press.!
Chicago, June 2.—There wae a reign
oi terror along the route of the drainage
canal between Lamont and Romeo
today. Four hundred quarrymen struck
for an increase in wages, and armed
With clubs and revolvers marched from
one quarry to another, gaining addi
tions to their ranks and stopping at
many saloons on the Way, until almost
crazed with liquor, they left the quar
ries and rushed upon the nearest camp
of contractors of the drainage canal
line. Camp after camp waa visited, and
in each men were driven from work,
and where they resiated were assaulted
by strikers. Many men were severely
injured, and it ia thought one, Jamei
Powderly, will die.
The rioters encountered no really
serious opposition until they reached
the camp of the McCormick Construc
tion company. Here they were met by
McCormick himself, and he told them
not to do any damage to the property.
Thereupon they began to hurl rocks al
him. McCormick retreated and pro
cured a Winchester rifle, at the eight ol
which the rioters fled. His men, hovr
ever, all quit. At Maaon, Hogan &
King's camp they atruck and wounded
Peter King, brother of the contractor.
A freight train on the Santa Fe killed
one of the strikers who waa on the track
near Romeo. The strikers number
about 2000 men, 1200 of tbem being em
ployed on the drainage carnal. The cauee
of the strike is that the atane companies
reduced the wages from IS'4 cents to
15 centa per hour. The strike alao ex
tends to Joiiet where from 300 to 400
men are out because of tbe same reduc
tion. Tbe drainage contractors are
unable to learn why a strike) haß been
ordered on them an there ia no reduction
BROUGHT TO TERMS.
The Street Cur Strike at Fort Wayne,
Fort Wayne, Ind., June 2.—At 2:30
o'clock this afternoon the etreet car
strike was settled and care are running
as usual. The sheriff this morning ap
pointed 50 special deputies from the
business men and at noon these men in
terested themselves in bringing about an
agreement between the company and
strikers. They succeeded in the after
Early this morning poles were cut
down, trolley wires grounded and no
cars could be ran. The police, exhausted
by two days' constant duty, were ob
liged to turn in. Tbe sheriff will get
deputies to serve. The county commis
sioners called a meeting of influential
business men and swore them in to pro
tect property. This afternoon the street
car company submitted a proposition
which resulted in a settlement.
A Bolton Woman Lotos 870,000 Worth
Dedham, Mass., June 2.—This fore
noon Mrs. Charles H. Colburn, together
with two daughters, left her Boston resi
dence to drive to Hopedale. Just before
leaving, Mrs. Colburn gave into the care
of her eldest daughter a bag containing
$70,000 worth of diamonds and jewelry,
tbe bag to be brought with them on the
ride to Hopedale. The young lady sat
the bag 1 down, came away and forgot it,
a fact which wae not discovered until
they had nearly reached Dedbam. The
coachman hurried back to Boston to get
the forgotten valuables, but when he
reached the house the bag had vanished.
Several detectives have been at work to
unravel the mystery.
A Senatorial Junket Postponed,
New York, June 2. —It will be impos
sible for Senators Piatt of Connecticut
and Hill of New York to accompany the
sub-committee to the territories June
10th. Faulkner of West Virginia, chair
man of the committee on territories of
the United States senate, has notified all
members of the sub-committee ap
pointed by him, and the territorial
authorities, that the trip haa been poat- .
poned and that it ia at present impossi
ble to fix the day when the committee
can proceed to the territories. If possi
ble to secure the attendance of the full
sub-committee the visit will be made
later in the year.
Cenanlar Health Certificate)*.
Washington, June 2. —Secretary Car
lisle requested Secretary Gresham to
instruct the United Statea consul at
Kobe, Japan, to observe the treasury
regulations aa to health certificates for
passengers on vessels bound to the
United States. The Oceanic which
sailed from Hong Kong stopped at Kobe.
The United States consul compelled the
vessel to undergo an inspection and take
out a new bill of health. The former
regulations only required passengers
taken on at intermediate points to have
certificates from the United Statea con
An Infernal Machine.
Dublin, June 2. —A suspicious looking
object, supposed to be an infernal ma
chine, was found in the corridors of the
Exchequer court this evening. The po
lice are investigating.
No Tennis Gam*.
Baltimore, Md., June 2.—Bain pre
vented the tennis game today.