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TenioM and Friday— Fair; Wart-itri
Friday— .'hi It Fr**ri North Winds.
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ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS NOMINATED
•J«PUBLiCANS PICK THEIR WINNERS. SHOUT THEMSEtVE
-"***HoA-»E AND THEN QUIT AND START THE HOMEWARD
tttv a.iiert. N... tie n I ■
CIIICAtIO, June ..1--Tho last ami I
in at.-*! tlay of th* llepuhllt-an na
i.tnial convention ea. •|ttltclc- of
-atlie big •I,ll*. Th* . limit v. to which
f the events of th* past two days
l*sv* tit-en an Introduction, came to
•.a> *hen Tht-otlor* Hoo-t-vell is a.
iliumiiatttl to succeed hlm-wlt a*
president, and t'harlcs \V. Katr-
I i..ii»a, 8, uat..i' fr.a-a Indians, wss
I...tin-! tor vi-f president.
It!. tb* candidate* of the parly
»cli t'ti->l. the convention adjourned.
th* dt 1. salt--! s dltperslns to iprt-ad
luto every eetnot* tuH-tlun ol the
country the contagion of enthu»l
•ttle fever tshtch ha* been lnfu«ed
Into them at this (rent gathering.
This vv.iß the .'.iv of 11. .tn; 1. al
pvrvitechnlc*. Som* of the flne*t
speaker* In the rank* of Ih* ttepub
: Itcan ■ tr-.-iii.aii' were heard In a
common t-horua In prat** of th* men
vtltii are to lead the boat* to battle.
i:iivte.l by th* events *nd tpeechea
if th* last two day*, and eagerly an
ticipating the Intellectual treat In
•tore today, the delegate* began to
*a**— at the .--..- 1-... 1
early Ibis mm nit * lit. 1:-' of thr
i.*!i«-it.i!tt work on hand, th* con*
vent lon tias called lo asnemtile at
IP o'clock. Half .ii hour before Ihe
floor fits. it an animated sceue.
Mini delegate* brought flag* with
them to assist in th* demonttrittloß
ih«y prepared to mak* when It.*-*.-
V . It wss plar-ptl In nomination.
'"**-*. An lßct-rw»e4 intereat In th* con
i tention w** also shown in th* gat
•V ltrte*.^*Mcli In i;..:i tv fill a* soon
a* th* door* wer* opened at '-'
o 11.1. ii. Uy th* time Chairman Can
non called the assembly to 01-der,
nearly every •eat was occttple-1, and
shortly afterward* ttandlng room
»as at a premium. There waa a
larger proportion of ladle* present
than at either of the previous ses
•lll** **■! their summer costume*
Jenl A touch of color to the other- '
arts* *oab«r row* of black coat* In
Th* convention wss -•Ileal U> or
der st 10:52. snd the nomlnstton
of caadldatM for the presidency was
th* flrM thing on th* program,
after th* t-.8-i.it roll rail and tr_n»
». tlun of other preliminary butt*
Alabama . ileal In New York.
and Frank ■ i 11.., 1., former gmrcr
rinr of the Empire state, took the
floor.* Mr was greeted with vorlf
erou* spptsuse from th* floor snd
Ihe gallrrte*. which were crowded
to their fiilii et rapacity.
Gov. Black's Speech
Th* opening remarks of the Neve
ROOSEVELT HEARD THE NEWS
rue fterfpT*. News Ass'n)
WA-fHlNt'T' li. C.. June 13.—
Pr-tddeat Roosevelt recelvrd tbe
B*w* of hi* nomination white he
wa* st luncheon with hi* family, on
the aoath portico of th* White
House. The weather was beautiful
ly clear sad pleasant, and Instead
of lunching a* usual in the private
illtilrig room, the president had the
table net on the veranda.
He was about half through the
meal when .— ■ r- t.n ,- leoeb rushed
nit to htm with a bulletin an
nouncement of his nomination, aa
furnished by the Hrrtpp* News spe
clsl loop to the White House, over
which th* president has been re
ceiving ronrentlon bulletins.
The Dhe*tct*-nt was not over
whelmingly surprised at the news,
and he finished his lunch with due
equanimity. On bin return to his
of rite he was <-n ■!> 1 by newspaper
men on duty titer*an.<■•...•• their
Of tbe government officers who
railed later, Asstttant Secretary
froomlt was the tint to present fe
18-. Bcrior-a New* Ass'n.)
POItTLAND. Ore,. June 23.— The
Northern I'actflc, through s itourc*
kept secret, received word last
night that tbe Overland etprexs,
which left here at 1 o'clock this
morning, would lie bifid up between
Coble snd Cortland. The railway
oftlrlsls quietly filled a car with
officers armed with W'lm betters.
The failure of the sttempt to ma
terisllte leads to the belief that
th* robbers had confederate* In the
Cortland station, who ; through
means unknown, Issued a warnlug.
11. Ruffato. of l: ■ k i> ..-. i I
who Is being held In Ihe county
jail tin the charge of assault wllh
Intent to murder, sued out a writ
of habeas so put this tniur.lng on
Yorker, hla -.t-..-'. - referent** lo
the coming rainlmlgn Mini the "ene
my," whom h» saltt hail neither guns
nor ammunition, •ml If lln -y had Bmw
w "Ulil UR* it - -.1 on each other,
brought futth tlirere and laughter.
lie SSid It wuulit be tt 1.l ..-•:. - *
. ni ,-ai-.i., or If there went any «•»*•
1..11 - ■- they would tie In the enemy*
Cam**, and vmultl be self-inflicted.
Neat Utivcrntir lllettk .turned hi*
attention 10 the power, the 11 in. 111. * '
snd the unity of th* republican par
ty, sarin* In part:
"Hut nut alone upon the principle*
of that patty ar* Ita members In ac
cord, Wiitt the - in-.- itcvcilltiii tshtch
h„» marked their aiHniSUfa to those
1 1 in. 11 I. * 11 .e.ii,fi, .nt mill enduring
atthey are, they have li. .-i-. alngled
out th* man tit 1- ..1 their stand
ard and to |c nl in* way.
"He Is no stranger malting In the
•li 1 I,- to be called (Uilttrtily Into th*
1 1.1.tu- light. Th* American people
have **>•« him for many year*, and
.lee . where th* tight tvus thlckeat
land the greatest need wa* tell. He
] ha* alike t ... n ron»t'li-uou* In the
pursuits uf 1 ■;•■.. • —nd In th* antu
dU* *ti> .«• ef war.
"He I* no slen.ler fl.ivier snaying
In Ihe wind, hut that heroic? fiber
which l*r best nurtured by Ihe
mountains -net the snow. ll* sje-n la
little time in review, for that he
know* can be done by the m hools.
A .-.!-•'.!. .- .: i : i.r wllh ihe liv
ing problem* of the hour, he grope*
hut little In Ihe i •*> He holleve* In
going ahead. He believe* thai in
shaping Ihe dr*llnniea o( this great
republic hup* I* a higher Impulse
th** irtt.i. lie trrtleie. that prep
aration Tor Tutur* triumph* Is » more.
In i-.-it I.a duty than an tnventury -f
p_*l nji-t ik-**.
**.\ |rcifi»u*.l »tt: lent of ' l«i--*, Im
I* ...... Ihe greatest history maker
In ti'.- world. With th* 1...1!-.. i« af
tli»* *i*, 4,* i Iv* l« v*| (.Hied froii'
ll.et B.lii'ir'l pu --Tilts by tho** su
rer**, • 1,-1'" -ii '. fit him in Ihe
i6tt**t**e!** tor lt*«.w pit»t world
rUtrtn'A now rushin* i-t.i with lor*.
<•* vcdkis** and m-iiV |"oil»nlou» at*
feet thin for many yttvr* befor*. .
*Tne fate of ml lons l*.-rttll tie.ld.
»«l ti. their -.a.-*. Vuu may talk of
orderly trlb-c.-ll nod timed reter
f-ntj .t-u tt-ty *i if, Ir ye ur *ritn»t*
Ihe *r*>*wle pr»l*t-*i ol tut utilei life;
you may Mrlk* "rum >vi-« t. -»- the
It*! t-at* of evitv limitla.l antVif.
-ti> 1 yet cut in th-- en., kv and It.tin
■ler t*ttl ales)* t»e the ltji."|ttf
!..,--.. end th* *l|enl. rigid, upturn*
, ed fare. Men may t»roph*«y «nd wo
men pray. *»ut pear* will come her*
to ".bid* forever en this e«rth etily
when tb* dream* of .':'-: *r*
the screpte- charts lo guide th* _-*»
li- 1- * Of !-**«,
ICcmtlnoe-l on fsge Thre* )
th* tVrntisd thst be I* being Im
prisoned without dv* authority of
law in that the rurnmttmrnt from
the justice court Is defective.
STEAMER RELIANCE INJURED
IN AVOIDING COLLISION
The steamer Hells ownc! and
commanded by ( apt J C M..«-.
crashed Into the Coleman dork this
morning at :■ ;■■ o'clock, smash leg
In her stem and carrying awsy her
'bow railing for s distance of fir*
feet on each side, betid** damaging
the wharf •lightly. Tb* accident
happened list ■• the teasel was
coming In from Fautsbo, to which
port sh* runs dally.
Capt. '!•.- stated *ti ait he had
either the choice of ramming the
steamer Manett* or th* dock. He
rammed the dock. As the K*llanrr
was roming Into the slip the Mi
nette was barking out Into the
stream, on her way to Alkl point,
and pa«*.i*d In front of the Iteliance.
Capt. Aloe *ays that when he saw
that the Manette vit ,|| -,-! to crowi
his bow, ilgnalllng liy sounding her
whistle, he answered with the dan-
The Manctle kept on her cottme,
however, and Capt. MOS say* he
was forced to throw hi* helm over
to starboard, snd In that- inner
cleared the Maliette.
This headed »he Reliance square
at th* wharf, snd although Capt.
Moe reversed bia engines, at the
same tlm* throwing his hrlm over
to port, the headway of the vessel
sent her crashing Into the wharf.
The Reliance was damaged to the
extent of slsnut |J.V>. An Investiga
tion of the scrtdent will be held
by the local marine Inspectors aeim*
time during the latter part of this
NF.V,' YORK. June M.—Tb* great
bulk nf th* rllneum dead have been
found The rllse-nveiy of t-utlles
proceeds more slowly. Cp to 9
o'clock this morning the total num
ber of i.. 1,. • ti. ...i-...; was It's"!, of
whit It f.70 are Identified. A hun
dred i,,;:.. in. ii iniiay began s ran
ratt of thn rtrli keti (ll«trlrt In an
endeavor to compile a more accu
rate! list of this missing. Twelve
fur.eills were arranged for lay.
The Seattle Star
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BEATTLE, WASHINGTON.THURSDAY. JUNK -3. 1904
From his latest photo.
I would like to tie president again; but I would far rather
*>• * whole prealdt-Bi for three yura. than half s president tor
saves year, tlemember tU,J_
We must all either wear oil or rutt out—*v*rj* on* ot us.
My choice Is to wear out.
, _——._— s .
1* th* ...... •an th* most v -.I-.- -.t;.: truth 1* s ssfer •■*
■-anion than a plea-sat fal**-™*!,
It Is a good thing to be * good half ta. k: but It It s mighty
-__ thing If, st (orty, sll you eta ...i of a man is that i ■ - ■-
a tEf-od balf-back. r
Th* -_ille_*lum Is a gt»«-t way off, yet.;
\Yheu yos msk* It evident,that no maa shalt b* • \ . • i
from violating the law, you make It evident Uat cT*r*" man mil
be protected from violators of the law,
t'tactly as yon seed la WSJ it., m- behind tho gun. you
need la pea"* the man behind th* plough, the man al th* _i*-|
It la • gocat lr«*on for sat* and Individuals to learn
never to hit If It can b* helped, and never tn fall teaft.
Hardness of heart Is not mad. more drstructlTs la tb* lone
run than sottse** of AwwA.%
The rasa ***> stake, up fur ten days" Indifference tn daty
by at-. eleventh-day* morbid repenunre sbout tbat Indifference.
i* ot scant us* in th* world.
Any generation fit to da IU work most wotk for lb* fu
' tar*—for the peopls of th* future, a* well as for Itself.
■ ■ ■ ■
Th* abler, th* mor* powerful any man I*; the worss h« Is. •
If be has not got th* root of righteousness In hl*a.,**'
The fact that * man talks l-trd does not mean, necenaarlly,
that he fights hard. Sometime* you sr* • man that talks loud
and flehu hard, but he doc* nil fljchl bard fc*t*ll** be talks
loud, but In spite of It.
I would plead wllh my countrymen tn show not say special
brllllsncy or sp-wisl genlu*. but the ordinary humdrum, iota
mcnplsce ...... tf - which. In the aggregate, spell sutrc*-, fur the
nation snd for th* IndlvtdusL
lFrom th* *"Btren_o*.» Kplgrauis of Thecdor* 1: ■ it." s
monograph Ju«t published by tl. M. Cald*clt Co.. New York snd
HT. FETEnSJIimO. June 21—A rnmor Is current this evening
that the advance guard of the ltu--i-tt.ni army under Count Heller
haa defeated ihe Japsncse right flank In the direction of I'eng
CHEFOO June r_. — It Is reported that ihe Japanese made a de
termined land and sea attack on Fort Arthur Wednesday..
111, YANG, June 23.-~t'en. Kttropatkln today assumed per
sonal charge of Ihe Russian army here. .
TOKIO. June 23.—The sdvsnre guards of Ihe armies of (len»,
Notlrti snd Oku hsv* effected .. conjunction near Ksl-I'lna.
TOKIO. June '_*(.—Marquis O ysma has been sppeilntcd to the
supreme romninnd of the »rmle t In the field.
10 SPAN TRACKS
I'lans hnvri been completed for the
two steel overhead bridges that sre
to span the block between Third
and Fourth avenue* on Main and
Jackson streets. The two will cost
li limit |*,*>,ooo. The Jackson street
111 111., Is to be £*• feet wide unit 11..
leet lung. The oilier wltl be |2,
feet long, itllt -'-!.■'•• iiiiiihhii.
tlntli will he provided «|UI two 12
--fi-'.i walks, u.i'l a roadway wide
enough to allow room for street car
The structure* will be itseil |n
emmet linn with the ;. > ■ j..... i re
arrangement rif the elevation! of
Ihe grade* of the lower portion of
Main and -i.,ii.1.-1n sireets. under
which the terminal tracks will en
ter tho new depot.
INDIAN I Mil Of IN PIT OF AN-
Gl.ll KILL LITTLe BROTHER
WHILE THEIR PARENTS ARE
AWAY PROM HOME
',--» ■1. ..,. lee ,
ff - # :' >-"'.,, - 1 ,
(St.*«.*l 10 Tie. 8t.r.l
lU'TT!.. Moitt., June M.— A Ms
ttt ii... I'tati. sine lal 111. that while
Indian 'at 1 ot ICagle Valley wa*
hauling s toad of bay snd while
hla 'H'la*. wtth soother Indian
mi'!! HI WSS picking nee.la '.it A
tat 111. ■ ;ii the valley. * tragedy waa
1., ing t tt.. t. I at Hn ii tr-pce Indian
1.1 1 ha* t*o i«ii a tin.,- and four
years of age, and a daughter 1
Hl* rquaw, on returning to the
tepee in ihe evening, tnluted the
lining..-*, rhlld, and by no amount
uf i>«'nii»"inii iti'ill she iinlii.i thr
other ililliUt n in tell what bad be
iom« of»thelr little brother. Krarch
ws* lii.titute.l. and the life!., » i,„ 1,
of th* l-i.-ai 1.1 child was found
lying mi tht. •lii|ie nf the bill The
other (tlhltrn had tioned tt to
Indian Ja-V. the father. It an eti
ticated snd Uidtt-trloua man. sad Is
heartbroken over the deaf** of his
boy, ss h* Sltpsrently tesllres that
1 1. tot waa the victim of his older
t til! *r. *.»' nnri r
MAT AID PERRY
Ttl* Chamber nf Cntnmrrr* gp.
|...ii!i'l s it.i'imi't-e 11 .ti i.tav af
t. un* n ftrr the |.i:t|«..,. of taking
ap the matter nf aiding a fund for
the i. In f of deetltut* famllle* tn
Jtfvan. The f«hd U called th* t*etry
relifr IV**** i*. honor Of C'Ot_HMIVEV
Perry, *ho opened i,|, the |iort« of
Jti-SB I* lb* world Telle*! el
rome to be one of Il.e national fr-s
--tit.l. gad the Japanme reverence
j the memory «f jvrry for his set,
A letter map received from An
i drew* it Ur-orge, *gents In Voko*
ihama, bf.W. W. Andre*a, of the
-"'i!» 'n'i-.i'.il bsnk, tihlth h*
! tamed »ter to the Chsmher of Com*
I merce. it wsa upoa th* •ng***
!t!«*i» e..-it.ti..i in ii... letter that
I the matter «*• taken un by the
« !». 11l- Sli'.l 11, c in,.,! „ ,|| » — •a. -
; fur Ike relief of the famitie* of
j Jap-act* ttildlert i-iit .ailois
LITTLE STEAMER COMPLETED
VOYACE TO SAN FRANCISCO
A tries-am received hi th* •*_-_]
f .-it'tte etchange tt.i. ...!.,,_
.- i-.it.niet t • Ihe ►..fr arrival of tt,.
ii'ii* tie ,1 t Arrow mi Bt,i, Frun
rlsco ! today. Th* Arrow 1* a
liny river *t**im*r of but 311 regis*
tered ton*, and v. hen «h* left _*--
sftle atn Friday morning la mm*
c -■• 1 *f Cap«. *_. I*. 11.it. b, ber man*
aging owner, nome fe»r «a» ,-*,.
t -.--. a that *he 1 --. -it I never re.ih
The A turn will henceforth ply be
tween Raw l"rarul». o B nd Mar* Is.
fand. Ph* was bulil at Focttand f.tr
i the ...;.fit', ilver tnttle end
1 >■ 1-1 ■to th* * ■ : h >e»r nr more
ago ti ii.., 1u1u.., .-'.- .ii.- and T«
com* lit t•• i. iii- • 1 wllh Ihe Flyer.
Her career on the • ■-_ 1 visa be
tel With mnny accident* mid »b* wa*
often refer real lo »* **_-4M-*M*d." Her
Mf* and *|wi>tly ocean voisgi of ,
thtiit«„inl miles would .. .I. to Indi
cate that th* •hootloo'' has bee
liti f • ■■■■■: • N*w* Asa's-I
IM'KIHeO. Colo, June tt—bis
triit No, 1- or the l'nltt-d Mine
Workers of All.erica, embracing
'Colorado. Wyomlnt, t'tnh and New
Jlctleo. voted Stilts ai'. -noon to eon*
lltiue the strike ),■ mm lust Octobsf,
All miners to whom coiierytsliins
have b«-*n granted In Not them Col
• • 1..-;.. and other IscttOßl may Ik*
csllect out to create s coal famine.
lUn fisbilrl, recently hound over
to the :a,in ti"' 1 unit on 11 charge
of. receiving stolen property, sued
out • writ of ' ii-a corpus this
u.iiiiiliik in which hs claims that he
Is beltif* ille-.»lly lield In tho 1 utili
ty jail. (l.iLilt'l nllt-Ki'S Hint lie mv
bound over to tlm sup-Mrlar rotirt
by Jiictlrs (lonlon without proba
"WE WILL FIGHT
TILL WE WIN OUT"
AMERICAN IMPROVEMENT CO MPANY SAYS THE OLD COM.
PANY'S OFFER OF CHEAPE H GAb WILL NOT END THE
BATTLE FOR ANOTHER FRANCHISE
j THE ONLY PAPER IN SEATTU
J THAT DARES TO PRINT THE NEWS ;
• —■._,. *
VOL. 6. NO. 106.
THE WAN ON HOUSI'DACK.
live and lay dividend* on what it
would cost the .11 1 .imi-..•-> to pay
it* tit.,l 1 barges. t"hould It be fvund
nereas-ary a petition signed by i".
per cenl of the Isle voter* will be
secured by the American Improve
ment Company, which will entitle
lha people to vote dtreel on the
question- of Ihe franchise. This
could only delay the installation uf
a proper plant and cost the people
several hundred dollars |ter day even
though the old company should keep
Its present promises.
"The people are back of the Amer
ican Improvement Company, over
S.M* have signed flve-)ear contract*
and aevrtal thousand more hay* et
(>..-. 1 * desire fur another com
pany and agreed to take the new
...ii-i- m.i a gas when tt come*. A
tivnit :.,000 rmzr-vs
of Heattle have already signed a
petit Km to their council asking fnr
competition. With thl* burking and
having given the people Its promise
tit •".-in.,..', for their confidence the
American Improvement Company
tunr.ot do otherwise than continue
In the 'ibl-i until 11 franchise li
grunted, even should It tuk» year*
to secure it.
•tine 1. 11 ... 1 thousand people In
Heattle nte 1 v - 11111 ■- awaiting the
. .1. 1 < of Ihi* In : .nl ii 1 Issue.
Thi y do not accept the promises
given for the purpose of heading off
fair competition. The member* of
the itiuncll hay* bad iiinple time to
fully understand the media of the
gas question find will tint utlow the
old company to mislead them Into
turning dim 11 the people's franchise
"It Is the purpose nf the Ainerli-nn
Improvement Company to etttrt the
installation of its phi nl ttnd push It
to completlnn st the earliest ptisslbl,*
date. The officers confidently r-i
--pect to have the plant 111 operation
itilhtn 1 tie yenr fioin ilitte of break*
Ing ground. The sixty tulle* of pipe
referred In by Mr. Cllae will be seen
by .1 reference In Ihe franchise, to
be tell principal distributing main*,
nut Including etnas mains or sen lee
pip**, tty Including the cross mains
iiiid servlte pipes th**total mileage
would imt he Iff* tintn 5H9 miles.
"I| Is tn tin' Interest nf the com
pany lo Itel title dune ut the earliest
posslbtS ilile fur ths very gnod rea
son that tin* t-tiinpiitiy's hi'i'ino can.
nut Start iltilll tills point In renche.l
Tin. only delay In *t.n tlm*'vttuk villi
le the 1 Ist Int "f
thi: I'o.Mi'ANV*' DON us
as CENTS PER "MONTH
'snd getting the material on th*
ground. Closing Ihe negotiation* for
th* sate of bonds haa been delayed
for month* waiting for • francbla*.
Plenty of moey stands ready In New
York to purchase Ihe first mortgage
bonds of the American Improvement
"Th* i-i-.-. i.. ran now *c* whit tb*
American Improvement Cempstiy
!, .- so far done. It haa brought th*
old company* price down one*thlrd,
and v ill bring It atlll lower, not tilth
standing the statement of the old
company that it cannot tn.lke a cent
at tl per thousand ruble- feet.
"The statement that llSO.eo* -.HI
put the old company's plant in con
dition to deliver gas under proper
pra-ssure i* not correct. It will ■ as
it.ic... .•.- as It will have to rc-plp*
the clly with larger pipe*. Th* pre»
ent i ii--. are so •mall that ga* can-'
not be dellvrred under.* proper
pressure. Thi» the people well know,
having i ,11 dearly for ■ i;rf,
"As to tearing up streets, that ar*
gum- la worn threadbare. Every
person knows that a city either Im*
prove* li* streets or gross grass tn
them. The old company would hays
TEAR CFTItn RTIU.I.TB
a* It is omposalbl* for them to de*
liver gas under proper pressure with
their present plant. They can only
continue to sell high-pressure gas
which can never b« satisfactory to
the people, liesldes, the franchis*
of the new company provides that
so far a* possible the mains shall
be laid in the alleys. All "this talk
about not making • rent on 11 git. is
.... ii understood by the people, and
tt will be found that Instead of sat
isfying them the diss Interviews
of yesterday will further arouse
them to the danger of once more
being left at the mercy of a com
pany that hus deceived them In th*
past and now nsks the people to
trust Ihem agatn. Tbe people's
minds are made up and nothing lea*
th .11 f. Ir competition, will satisfy
them. I .. ;
"The people already see what the
effect cf possible competition ha*
done In their Interest and they will
not desert the company that ha*
made that result possible. Th*
American Improvement Company
will not be bluffed Into quitting but
will continue to fight for v franchise
until It la secureel. The efforts of
the, American Improvement Com
pany will lesult in 1.1 li; .'lni; a mil.
Iftiii ant a half of capital to Seattle
•nd villi give about MO ot Its i III*
tens employment.**' J
On motion of Fnlted Mali - Attor
ney Frye the chat**** of nmuEgllrig
against Clarence 1,. Moore waa dis
missed by Judge Han ford. Moor*
t.aa ..in -i. ,l as a member ot tha
Ptevcii. gang of smugglers, but tlm
Rovoriiment has found that the case
agtiluM him was too weak 111 prose
cute. At Ihe time the indictments
ngainiet Stevens, I-irson and Crcn
were obtained the federal grand
jury lettiinril one nßuinst Moore,
who pleiiiitd not guilty. He was tv
bo tilul wlt li tlm rest nC the ln«
dieted men tomorrow.