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Nothing of. Importance Has Been
Accomplished by Delegates to
The Hague Conference.
Prevailing Opinion Is That Absence ol
Results In Great Questions Is Due
I to the Lack of Preparation by
All the Countries Repre
( - sented.
Tho Hiikuo. After having been In
kohsIoii in 0 1 1) thnn tliroc months, nml
with adjoin anient piob.tbl) n month In
thu (llstanco, it is lccogulzccl ponor
nlly, (iiil oven by tho most optimis
tic in tho ponce incitement, that tha
second International poaco conference
linn bccii unrt vlll be, at Its conclusion,
ban en of leyulta lca-JInp; to nerma
ncnt niciibtiu'a of benefit to the poica
of thu Vtoilil. Kvt'ii tho piopoHltlou
for n ftitnio mcetltio; of the conference,
which wng unanimously adopted on
Satui'i!ti , Iihb been to nltsrcd as to
HiippiuBs Ha most Important part,
namely, the periodicity of nrjrtlu?,
merolj piovldiug for tho calling of e
third conference', but cfltabllshlns no'h
ltiK with tcBiiul to the convening ot
the future confcicnces.
'to pieviilllng opinion, as oxprrKea
by ono of the loading del.'g.itcj. la
that tho nbsence of results In tho con
ference on tho Bte.it question was due
to tho lack ot preparation by all
tho countries icpresentfd. This, he
, wild, v.. 11? especially sliikhiK In the
i live of the Ameilcan delegation, which
was supposed to have come heio n
(ompletu iicioid with the I ii'liiAiiv" I
can cnuntilrsi Thin accord, hove' "
H ' neither existed, nor had It hen pmcI'
Iod diiilnp the tonferente In leeil. tin
c ' tof icMilt of the cimforci'i" w'U b(
. 'nj; fee Ins of dimdmco on tl"
Pdtt of tho Couth Snictl'-Hin ioyiji
Washington, as, rightly or wrjjl'
they accuse the United Statos of hav
, lug neglected them and ot caring onl
for woiUIng In accord with Great Brit'
i nln and Geimnuy.
& ' ROOSEVELT PLANNING TRIP.
Will Sail Down the Mississippi Frorr
I Keokuk to Memphis.
E , Washington. While the prcpaia
' tlon for President Roosevelt's west
" ot u trip have not boon completed, tin
program has been sufnclentlj atiango.
to'malfc it ccttaln that the tour wll
1)0 one of the most spectacular evei
' undertaken bj him. Ho will leavf
licie next Hunda), and will be absent
' f i om the xeat of fcotcrnmont until tin
Mil or llllh of October. Tho trip hat
thieo distinctive objects. The dedlca
tlon of the McKlnlc. mausoleum at
Canton, O.: the Inspection of the Mis
f.lKsljipl iln with a view of arousing
Intel cut In the ship channel from it.
i ' month to KioKuk, la, and tho Great
tikes, and the scenting of n pel led oi
) lecicntlon f' l the elder exerutUo be
foie the beginning of the duties of thf
! ' Incidentally theio will he somt
rpreches on tho ictjirn Jaurnej, whlcl
vill Jtftl with current Issue.
J CYCLONE HITS FAIR GROUNDS.
2 Many Pennsylvanlans Injured While
I ' on Pleasure Bent.
V rottBvU'c. l'a. A wind storm of
jyclonle loiee late Stitutdny afternoon
i stuick the fair giounds nt HqsIiib, in
I the western part of Schuylkill count,
S ' whoro tho llcfilns Grange nai hold
9 lug Its annual county fair, and blen
T ' down tho grandstand, upon which
M ivoie scaled booinl hundred pciBons
i A liulf. hnudiod teio injured, live ol
i r them piobahly fatally. Other bulldlngi
M on the giound woio also blown down
f Was Quick With Gun.
Spoknne, Wash A special frorr
; Wallace, Idaho, s.ijb. W. F. Cramei
fell dead on tho floor of a saloon In
Osbtirn Sunday mottling, a chnige oi
i, lend fioin a shotgun entering his open
, mouth. The slaer, Captain A. V
jH ' I lot ton, pi o ed quicker In tho una ol
I flioarum than Ciamer, who was reach
i Iiik for hlR pistol. Horton, after nntl
f fyliis tho shoilff's olllco of tho tragod
j . lathered his face and shaved hlmsell
In tho loom whote the body lay am.
' nwnltod tho ai rival of tho sheriff Tht
coroner's Jur rotumod a verdict ol
Convention Ends In Free Fight.
New York Tho Hobokon, N. .1 .
Democratic city contention do eloped
Into a fight between two factious, in
' which delegates used their flstB, chaliH
mid other objects. Tho pollco tiled
to stop tho tight, but weio outnum
bered. After tho light tho lUlogates
liold sopat.ito conventions on tho gatuo
stage and named two setB of city
tickets. Tae ttotiblo started over tho
eftpitB of adherents of I'atrlcH J. Gilf
dm who asplros to be loador of tho
party In the city, to defeat Maui ire J
Stoplt and his biipnortors.
Started Flflht! Got Worst of It.
Uugeuo, Oie Charles Ctowley was
shot nml killed Suttiulu) at Maicola
r.lxtcuti miles cast of heio. u Ileii
Nunn. Tho ohnutlng giew out of a
iltiarrol oor Nunn's tcstlmon against
Ilia piopiietrcbB of n icsoit at the
place. Nunu was lnbtruniental In hat
ing the woman convicted, and when
the imitleH I" the enso leturned to
Mnrcnla fiom ICtigono, Ciowloy, who is
illagod to have been a hanger-on nt
tho rofeoit. picked n mumul with and
va tlirnshod by Nuim. At tho coii:
oluflpn of tha fight Crowley ataitod
Mil DEWEY OPPOSES
SURREHOER OF ISLANDS
Regards Philippines as Gateway to
the Orient, and an Aid In Main
taining the Open Door Policy.
Washington Admlinl Dewey strong
ly resents the pi (munition that has
been discussed In a more or lotw nca
lemlc way to suriender the Philip,
pines, which, of all men, ho was a lead
ing factor In bringing iin(or tho Amer
ican flag. In an interview, tho adinlial
nets out the reasons which Impel him
to Insist upon the retention of t'
Islands. The sttong point oj his ar
gument Is not based upon tho military
or naval Importance of the islnuih,
but upon tho gioat value, piusent and
prospective, of the Philippine to
Anfilcn In the elusion of our trad i
with the orient
The admiral Bay: "Abandon the
Philippines? I don't believe out coun
try will ever do that. Certainly it
should not, because It has altogcier
too much at stake It is only our con
trol over the Philippines that makes it
possible for us to Insist upon the open
door In tho oast, toward which our
diplomacy hai, been directed for yezrs
We want oiir i-hare of tho enormous
commerce of tho east and wo can'.,
keep the door open for It unless i 3
hold the Islands Why did Spiln 'or
200 years dominate the commerce cf
the orient? Just because she had the
bay and 'hathor of Manlli aa a ffr9
commercial and naval base lint
ba3e can be Just at, useful to us con
moi dally as it was to Spain. For tan
cais mery strong European uitlq.i
has been ttlng to got a foothold for
commercial and naval purposes In the
far east. Through tho fortunes of war
the United States obtained the best
position possible, giving us superior
conimeielnl adiantages over tho na
tions What tort of a common sens
would It bo for us to glvo up such a
"Suppose we should dlppo?" of tin
Philippines and Japan should acquire
them See how t le Mand3 stretch
ilong tho coast Hero are the Philip
pines end Formosa If Japin had them
she could command eery ga'.a a;- i
the orient and the United States would
be completely shut out Every ono
concedes that the orient is the future
great field for the principal commer
clal operation of the world We ought
to be the leaders, but we must at least
have a share in the enterprise, and
in order to do so we must maintain
the position we have occupied. I
think It Is plain that we must have a
commercial base such as Manila, and
then In order to prdtect our commerce
we must have a naval bae, and at 8u
big bay such a base is being devel
MORE FIGHTING IN MOROCCO.
General Drude Resumes Offensive and
Burns Moorish Camps,
Casablanca. Negotiations for tho
cessation of hostilities having failed,
Genet at Drude on Sunday tesumed the
offensive and but tied tho MnorUh
camps at Sldl Brahim, south of Cam
blanca, and dispersed the tribesmen,
who offeied but little resistance
These opeiatlons wete chiefly notabl
for a brilliant foiccd march of t'-'e
Fiench troops, who covered fort kilo
meters Inside of twche houis. The
expedition, consisting of 2,000 in
fantry, with a detail of cavalrv, artll
lery and native auxiliaries, left camr
beforo dawn and foimed Into two hoi
low squares, ono behind tho other. In
this formation they marched some
distance under t .o cover of darknesr
and unobserved b the tribesmen. A
heavy morning sea-fog came up at
daybreak and foiced a halt hour's
halt, during which shots flred by the
advance guards gavo the alnrm to tho
Klnp of Slam Is Blowing Himself In
Homburg. Germany King Caulv
longkorn of Slam on Saturday Invited
all Homburg to Join In celebrating his
birthday Champagne and red and
white wines of other descriptions weVc
seived at the ICurhaus without nny
limit. It is presumed that the celebra
tlon of his birthday will cost $160,000
as tho malingers of t.ie Kurhaua have
been hastily gathering in wines by thf
cat load from tha neighboring cities. It
la estimated that the king of Slam hat
alieady spunt $1,500,000 in German
Wrecked Fishermen In Distress,
Seattle, Wash. United Stat)s Sen
alor S II Piles has telegraphed dl
rect to President Roosevelt asking the
executive to send a revenue cutter to
Urlstol Ray to rescue tho ctow of 160
whlto nshpimen and 200 Chinese said
to have boon wrceUpd there when the
Ashing boat Jolm Currier waiit nshore
on tho rocks on August 0. A party
waa gotten nway to send word of the
distrcBB of neatly 400 men to appeal
for aid The men had supplies suffici
ent to last them for thlrt dajs, hut
that tlmo has expired.
Driving Out the Trusts,
Vlcksburg, Miss Chancellor Htcke
late Saturday aftoinoon dechred t'le
Gulf Comprca company, which con
tiols thirty-one comproshos In the
south, sixteen of which ate located In
Mississippi, an Illegal trust, and gave
tho coiporatlon one oar In which to
wind up Us business In the state and
withdraw. He denied the application
for a receiver. This decision la a vic
tory for District Attornoy James D.
Thomas, who loss than a wock ag
lilcd tho suit asking that n tecolvvv
be appointed nnd thut It bo declined a
combine In restraint of- trade. '
wpwreyiiiww iiwuw. wi w wiui iji I if
! NEWS SUMMARY.:
Over 177.000 HrltJsh nnd Irish Inv
1 mlgran's e-uue to United SUten nntL;
Canada during the past year. ,
King Frederick August of 8nxony
was thro u fiom his horse in thai
maneuver near Oresden nnd wnA
illghtly injured .
It bus been tepoitod to tho aldlo
liotttd of health that twenty ensofl of
berl berl have developed nmong Jap
nose laborors at Alva, Nob .
Tha dock lnboiers' strlko al Ant
woiii h ended, a mixed commission
having been selected to onmlno and
pass upon the question of wages.
Final ilgiireii for the new -stHto of
Oltltihomn show a total population of
1, 111.01.', Okahoma having 721,111 In
habitants and Indian Tetrltory 029,001.
Mlnlstei Urgnite, of Honduras, hn
infoimod the department of atnto that
on Sept 15 the constitutional regime '
was reestablished In tho lopublle of
The Nebraska suprome court has
handod down a decision holding that
a pcrjon cannot devise an Interest In
a Lm'er claim unlesa a patent has
Panic-stricken when a bargo In
which they wero crossing the Alle
gheny river began to sink, six work
man of Pittsburg Jumped Into the river
and were drowned. '
Tho United States cruiser squadron
from the Asiatic station, consisting of
tho Mar; land, Pennsylvania, West Vir
ginia nnd Colorado, have sailed from
Honolulu for San Francisco.
Tho San Domlimo congress has
parked a resolution dc'egatlng to the
executive of that government full pow
or and euthorlty to act on tho $20,000,-''00-San
Dominican loan contract. 4
At a session of tho International
congress of miners at Salzburg, Aus
tria, a icgolutlon was adopted opposing
an restriction of tho output of coal.
Tho Americans voted affirmatively.
The s9to boaid of railroad commls
I e'oneii has rdopted a resolution reduc
1 Ing the maximum passenger, fares lu
I couth Ds'iota fiom ." to 24 cents a
j .alle, to become effective October 15.
1 Af'er chasing peoplo Into their
'homes at the point of a revolver and
I clearln-; salsous of patrons, Georfio
j While, a negro, vfaf. shot and Ullleo by
Pemilv g.'ilT Will Klil.o, of Collins
1 II C-oljos-! and his wife, parents
of tho assastia of President MoKln
ley, have applied to the city charity
department of Cleveland, O., for as
sistance. Colgosz la 83 and his wife
75 years old
J. S. Cook, a Southern Pacific brake
man residing In Los Angeles, was in
stantly killed while trying to board a
westbound passenger train at Colton,
Cal., on which his wife was returning
from the east.
Acting upgn tho reCimmenJatlon ot
Governor Post, the ejtecutlvoTo'uiIr
aas decided upon compulsory vaccina
' tlon on the Porto Itlcan i3land. Six
hundred thousand vaccine points have
Edward nichatdson, an aeronaut,
dropped 2.000 feet to death at tho Ml
nml county fair at Troy. N. Y. His
paiachuto btoko and, he shot to the
smund like an arrow, striking on n
tree and was killed.
Mrs Lillian White Grant, a kinder
snrton teacher In the public schools ot
'ilcago, was found dead In bod nt hw
home, her neck broken by a ploco of
I'uen ilotU twisted about hor tjnoat.
The pxdlce suspect a colored chore
By mortgaging his own and hit
amil a property, State Tax Commls
loner John Fltzpatrlck, of New Or
eans, has raised funds to return $110,
ifO stolen from tho state by diaries
1 I otten, a clerk In Fltzrntrlck's.
Two Russians entered a bank at
Montreaux, Switzerland, shot and
killed the cashier, Eelzed the cash
box and fled. A crowd gave chase.
The robbers flred at and wounded lour
of tielr pursuers before they wero
Under t'10 will of the late Thomas II.
itter, treasurer ot the grand lodge oi
Masons of Pennsylvania, his entlro es
tate, valued at about $2,500,000, Is de
vised to tho credit of the grand lodge
of Pennsylvania for tho education and
support of male orphans of tho Master
In San Francisco the Geary street
Hue has resumed operations for tho
first time since tho strike began sot
ernl months ago. Tho company has
igreed to pay the city 10 per cent of
:ts gross receipts. No discrimination
will be made between union and non
Five hundred members of the In
lependent Boot and Shoe Cutters'
union of St. Louis have struck for
shorter hours and Increased wagos.
All tho shoe factories In the city are
affected save one, which slgnPd tho
Ludwlg S7czygtel, tho Roman Catho
lic priest from Chicago who has been
on trlnl at Pittsburg for the murder
of Andrew and Stephen Starzcynskl,
brothers, waa convicted of murder In
the second degreebv a Jury. Tho
irtest claimed he killed the brothers
In self defense
The plans for a new vessel of the
Dreadnaught class have been received
it Portsmouth, Englnnd, accompanied
by ordeis to commence building the
varshlp immediately. Hor displace
ment will be 19,300 tow. S0O tonB
floater than the newly launched Bal
'erophon and Temeralre.
Twen'y.fvo out of fifty-eight men
vho have been on trial by court-martial
nt Riga, Russia, charged with par
ticipating in the tevolt In the Baltic
province, In 1000, by which tho conttol
of this section was wrested fiom tho
(Russian government for mouths, have
been condemned to death, "
Xf You Head This '
It will be to learn thxt the leading mMI
11 w rltr and ti m Iht of all the nov ( nl
trhotds of pnictUe recommend. In tho
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Prof. Rartholow, ofyJcffetson Med. Col
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Prof.Plnlcvr-Wttngvvood, M. D of Ben
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' ii 1 -1 1 11 i 1 ,
Small Girl's Idea.
"I never in m life saw a little girl
so willful, exn"tlng, cros3 and unrea
sonable as ou aro, L,or"!la." said tho
governess. "Whom do jou take after,
anyway?" '1 dess I take after my
stopmamma," rep'Icd the small miss.
Not Complimentary to Her Sex.
' Women as a sex aro poor things."
said l.arty Wolseley recently, and she
declared that they were created out of
the leavings and that woman was
mad" of scraps left after the ci cation
of man ami moreover she is two parts
cat and oue pan angel
Ctr tV-z cf Arab Women.
The ears of an Aiub babi glil are
pierced In sl places on tho soventh
day aftor her birth. When she is two
months old heavy gold rings are
placed In those holos, and are worn
throughtout life, oxcopt In porlods of
T-Va"tjt"""f' "-"Mia. Is .suing her
husband on tho ground at cruoCaud
.Inhuman treatment In that ho keeps
her on a diet of bonn soup. Sho
might havo spited him by 1 of using to
ent an tiling
Every now and then a man feels
that It Is absolutely necessary for hi in
to economize; and Immediately looks
mound to see whin unnecesbiiry ox
pendltuies his wifo Is making.
Slops cniucliu In two minutes; tooth
ache m pain of burn or iuuhl In live
minuto; lioaihciie:s,inie hour; muscle
nulie, two hours; xoiu tliioal, twelve
lioiiia J)t. Thomas lJlcuttlo Oil, moil
mull uvci p tin
Chinese Opinion of Women.
Snya the cjntcal Chinaman: "The
'flngue of n woman Is 11 daggei and
?he never lots it grow rust The
.spirit of a woman is of quicksilver
and her heart Is of wax "
I 4. ip you have a coot:
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