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VOL. li NO. 88.
NEGRO TROOPS MUST LEAVE SEATTLE
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I PRE LOSES IN
■ ail ft 1 _f*i A I ITV tf\ 1 S A fT**.
Bob FitMimmons, Tommy
Bums. BiD Lang, Boer
7;U*jJk____- Etc., Sail From
, Australia for Vancouver
-■ .111 tail eat r.aaa .
IWET. A__Kralia. June •- —
lU-it.-- - world* champion*
Mi ire-* trowd of sporting celet^
_•_*. tbatr*. th*. Cattadtan-Anstr-i
--am Or* __-.-.__.-* left today for
.iw-r-rn. T_*re was . a great
_ime.i-.vi to we the »'...-•■ elf.
m* » ,_* est iteam* that wilt
amaO th« American contt
-_■__' tar it* passenger* to
»___■> Ike Jeffrie*J- fight
k Sat rraorisi'o
| Nwis.o- among the passengers
• M Pl>arf_»m. ns and Tommy
fens bett fi_.-_r.er world's heavy
**-*jM fkinpi** who are on their
•n.'_.*._*«._.. r . from which city
»*? *',j| m la witness the fight of
*_ wt_t.-y.Tbey will spend a day In
_»_».'. Other fistic celebrities on
-***- ■«• I-iTS Lang, heavyweight
Omaagt of a -I.*-, iv,.-r t'nholx.
•»__* Ha* ssplntnt lo the light
•***' tkaiati-onnh. and Hugh
a -t.li'ueS, »*•_»_:.■ r of Tommy
*-**_. ska fnnmore,! and rt*ferc-.d
*» ftm-j«imcaa fi K h'. The pas*
mm _M loch*.'. iam« two score
••taswt *[.■•' celebrities. in
-Mm 'he editors of »»-*,-• ril lead-
H-nstrallii. newspapers. J. Mil
JMMMgi of the Pacific Cabin
**-.«».:_.. a passenger and will
■«*****•» for » special service with
fc US-Mi** on the day of the
HI. FORD IN
".'* Mr I atle! pt... ,
P*®CKXATI. Jane 6— Ward M,
°>t'*>«-«la->*plt»!, charity ward," Is
j*» m taly home Of Mrs. lean-
less than a year
(w*i tewrtSag to her own admls
"».ijm $1,000 a month for her
f____ mr**4\ and when lhat was
J*J?t* w»s the chief flgnre In
__..2_i of Cn»*'>« I- Warriner.
r"*»*l '*' «mb«_zi!ng $531,000
£■ a* Big Pour. Mrs. Ford is
ihT_l*r T •I*,--<*-a*nt for atterapt
*-e aeW 1*1:4.. i!
_***»--'» It physical and menial
H Iff -SMtarlDg ihat her chll
r» »M been _ Kt . o from her and
_T>____e ***** darted by all of
•*^t*dl. the woman was removed
■ set flat and taken to tbi hos
£-««««« » order of her
__ By >"■"** ,„. 1
fa?:-*OBK. June «-"O.
*h *r't-*r of funny itorles,
fC.!^ 1 n*m" -■ William
SaS^** B**- rfsterday In the
J^fJf hospital, following an
»<£<_*** born ,n Greensboro.
•**_ _.W* **0 ' *,n'l bi **n hi*
-e*r*«r._ vi* Hon »-°'> Pot He
,^«>ieporter to editorial para
***** breexy comments iwon
v *lde attention snd he
hi k_L , B*w"P«P-;r buslneaa he
'*a\_T* M*b°y. sheep herder,
ftjET *** soldier of fortune.
*^eeo_i_-5 v! TE£ Mf ■ r,NQ
•"COUNT PORTLAND FAIR
>i *■„.... ,0 **• Promoter* „f
S»iSS. r,H. Cftn"va1 ',h0 *■«'-*•
8/? 1 th* ******* of the
* tor wi___ nB,rc«' *•■-<-••' *a»
-^ torr,orrow, will be post
«i*t_.«__!?''''' of the trustees
JJtofertland to attend the ccl-
Jfc-tei^ ","', ***** V"" have!
I _____>* I*m 'a'"l ''"'' ■**"-*■
ill-*-** „' £V_ *T,J" '«'">> be
__£-.• _?**£-: rado Dlaetter.
Famous Case Based on
Rusty Engines, and In*
volving Millions. Is De
cided by Lindsay.
Joshua Melnl • t,. la not entitled
to recover three-quarter* of a mil
lion dollars from Captain !'. W.
Johnson. Iho Nome mining oper
Neither la Mi Int. re ,-..',.* to
a half Interval In Johnson's rotalnc
claim at Nome known a* Cooper
CAPT. E..W. JOHNSON
Gulch No. li. which ha* already
Court Commissioner It 11. IJnd
say tbls morning handed down a
decision adverse lo Mclntyre. clos
ing th.* famous case that consumed
seven week* In the bearing.
Lindsay used notes In rendering
bis derision, which was oral.
Mining Camp Romance.
"The case lays bare a mining
camp romance such as have oc
curred for 60 years In the differ
ent mining camps of the country,"
Lindsay declared. "Mclntyre and
Johnson formed a partnership In
Tacoma lo engage In th© lightering
of freight In Nome. Mclntyre owned
a boat known as the lloot-Mon.
The boat was sold to the partner
ship of Mclntyre 4\ Johnson. Can
tata Johnson paid Mclntyre %Wi
for a half Interest. Johnson was to
pay the expense of shipping the
host to Nome,*and also to advance
th« money to carry on the busi
ness nntl! It became profitable.
The Hoot-Mon was taken to Nome."
Judge Lindsay point* out that
the two men expected to make $30
an hour out of th- freight busi
Tho venture did not succeed as
was expected. The Hoot-Mon had
to be beached. Lindsay held that
Johnson and Mclntyre were part
ners st this time, and that no part
nership settlement had been made.
At this time Lindsay says the evi
dence convinced him that both men
dropped the venture and abandoned
Johnson later took the two en
gines out of 'to Hoot Mon oat put
them in one of the pair of boats
known as the Two Pop*
I_ater Johnson exchanged the Pup
for the mining claim 01. Cooper
f.ulrh No S. This Is '!*■• mine
which has already produced I l,C0«,-
MO In gold. It I- today one of
Johnson's most valuable holdings.
Based Claim on Engines.
Mclntyre s contention was that
he was entitled to a half Interest In
jH,!,,! | ■■*, -^,fi t ~I_IT. iTli a ii"* ji i*» ii ■ lin ir ii»'"iiiii » nriis—a ni~ej, lif
(Continued on Page Six.)
* 21 YEARS AGO «
* SEATTLE'S 810 fIRE *
Twenty-one j-.-ir*. ago today
Seattle waa destroyed by flr««.
On Juno (, Ihs'i. Ihe one big
flf- In Heallle's hlitory bniho
out In flam, a that swept over
■ ISO acre* of the cliy and do
stroyed property that waa then
valued at t10.000.tX.0.
The fir* itartrd at Klrst anil
Madison at .' i. In Ihe aCr
uoon. Tradllton haa It that a
- * .in** nt.'i heating ..tin- K ii|,.
overttll an oil Stove. A!
' though th- arrotinl hau been
denied, the carpenter holdi th*
■»*■ phi,.- in :."*•.l'd-- public
eatocra a* Mm. Leary'a cow
does la <!._.ago The water
■ •*•_'.• wai weak, at. Ihe
flimet aoon spread, and be
rump i.-ti liis m conflagration
for the votunleer fire depart
ment to handle. Kteameri
were «.'.-.,< •■ In those days, and
pail* and milk cam did heroic
Taroma «• tit a**l*tan<-e on a
._>••< lal train, which made the
run Id S3 minutes; Victoria
volunteer* arrived In the even*
Hi! it steamer brought other
fir.* fighter*; M apparatus
from Oljmpla and a .p.-.
train arrived from Portland
about midlife.,!. Th» fir
burnt-.! wrath from lrsl*«**r-*liy
at. to the preaent _!__■ of Iho
Mora- Shipbuilding company,
and from Tin*. ar. t.. th»
water front. The .-an**e
m If*** (baa l3.*>->-'.*"--»
Hating Public and Court*,
Revengeful Italian Tried
Wholesale Slaughter and
ill. I .Ileal I-.*** I
I*OIIT!_.\ND. Ore. Juno «.—De
claring that be "would have killed
lota of them" bad he not been ar
rested, Frank Kinaldo. an Italian
gardener, today reiterated tho story
of bia three night atlempta to dllrb
night electric passenger trains from
the high treaties of tie Oregon
Water Power rompany, and a slm*
liar effort •< > wreck a Southern Pa
cific passenger train near Nlrkuni.
Tho man >M arrested flalurday
night. He confesaed to Ihe sheriff.
District Attorney Cameron and .-»
number of newspaper men yesler
day. l-i-t-r he signed a written con
fession. In which Ibe details of hi.
unsuccessful attempt* st wrecking
are set down.
In hli confession Itlnaldo said
"It wit all about a girl. They
accused me of attacking her, when
It was done by another Italian, who
went away afterward. I could not
make them believe I evil Innocent,
10 finally, whin they wouldn't talk
to me, I began to hate them. I hate
th* court*, th* people, but net the
The trains which MaaMo con
fessed he tried to derail were load
ed with people en rout* to their
homes between Portland and Caza
In Canter of Trestle.
According to the officials, llli.nl
do made hi-, first attempt to ditch
a train M the Caiadero linn Thurs
day night, when he heaved rord
wood and fence IK.-' I onto th* mid
dle of ii curved trcitlo near Ker
"I then crawled Into a brush and
waited for the passenger to hit,"
said Rlnaldo. "Rut a freight train
running slowly came along Instead,
and the limb, were pushed off
Friday night the west bound
f'axa*' electric was slopped with
in a few fool of a hugh pile of
stones in the middle of the trestle
near Kerrigan. Rlnaldo ha* con
fessed that In placed the stones on
Make* Double Effort.
Saturday night In* made a double
attempt to wreck a Southern c.
cific train and a Caindero electric
by placing stone pile* on both
[tracks, which run .lose together
near Kerrigan. Roth attempts
failed, owing to the presence of de
tectives who bad been l filling him.
Tbey arrested the man Jus* after
he had finished his work, and
stopped oncoming trains.
* THE WEATHER. *
* Showers this afternoon and *
* tonight; Tuesday probably *
* fair; moderate southwesterly *
* winds, *
Tun thousand pupils from 87
grammar schools gave n health fee
tlval .Saturday ul Dugdalo'* base
ball park, under the auspices of
the board of education. A demon
stration of physical training '" Ihe
school* and Ihe playground work
- .....'..-.. ' . ... --.
SEATTLE, WASH.. MONDAY. JUNK (». 1910
LEAVITT IS AT
LAST PUT ON
Faces Jury for Killing
Street Cleaner 2 Years
Ago—Case Delayed by
l*or the kilting of Rafelo Scgo, a
itn-t-t sweeper in Seattle, In Jun»,
I:■<••>. ir_.l_.-i* H l_eavltt waa i. it on
(rial tbl* morning In J«*.!*-.- OH
tlam'a cour!. The day haa b«-.n
consumed In an attempt to »<■•<■ l
■ Jury. : < ■
1/cavllt. formerly an autonmblle
aaleaman In beatlle, *v demon*
•iradng an automobile to two proa
p.*cilre purchaser*. Bego waa
working at Slit a* and I. Union
at. The proae-milon ronlenda 'hat
Owen McCuiker. Ihe chauffeur,
who an* driving the automobile for
l_eavltt, bad i»*"i* ordered to vio
late the i.****-*d law and iraa run*
ntng *. mllea an hour when Bego
Le-aviit > attorney! this morning
asked a continuance, on -lie ground
that i- C. Slaughter and Jam. «
llnrfliii.fi who were riding In the
automobile at th* lime of tha acci
dent, could not be found. Judge
'.liism refused to grant th" con
McCusker, the chauffeur, ta-_.fi ]
f!*>*l at the coroner* Inquest that
the automobile waa traveling slow
ly at the tltna Bego won strack. M<-
I'naker will »■•• on the atand at thla
trial and testify that 1-eai' In
dated htm to cotemlt ..t-rj-ir. at
the coroner* Inquest, and that his |
testimony there was false.
Lis.-II rittt ttat*.
Leavttt, when first railed for
trial, had fled from the state. 11,
was afterward arreslrd in tjnt An
geles and made a nght against n
tradition. Leavltt defeated the at
tempt to extradite him at that tits..
by giving the representative of the
prosecution tl.ooo lo drop the rase.
After the exposure of his bribery
laearltt returned voluntarily !o Se
attle and surrendered himself. He
wa* released on bond* and return
ed from leoa Angeles Saturday to
Leavitt Is being represented by
11 A llulhert and Fred W. Morri
son, of Lb* Angeles, John P. Mur
phy I* conducting the prosecution.
William 11. Murphy, president of
Ihe city council, will have to ex
plain lo Judge Yakey why be did
not report for Jury service this
morning. When Murphy's nam.
was * ailed this morning ho failed i.
appear. Judge Yakey at once order
ed a bench warrant issued for
Murphy's arrest am) It was placed
in Bheriff Hodges hands.
Th" statute does no! provide fur
the exemption of councllmen from
Jury duly. Eugene Way. council
man from Ihe Second ward. Is also
on th*- June Jury list. ll* spent
the morning scurrying around the
court house trying to find win.
Judge who would tell him that he
* FIRE ALARM *
* COVERS ROBBERY *
* Fire!! *
* Robber!! *
* Police'!'! .-'*
* That's th* story told by Mrs. *
* M. Iff. I toll n. 1200 Thomas St., *
* and Miss Mary Cnughan, who *
* lives at the Antlers Hotel, on *
* Union si. Miss linughan was *
* visiting Mrs. Holm In the lit *
* ter's apartment*. The .11 of *
* fire was raised and the two *
* women rushed out to sen *
* where It was. Winn they *
* came back they found the *
* apartment had been robbed. *
* Money and Jew. valued at *
* more than 1200 was missing. *
* They notified th* police. *
SON JAILED FOR
,11, I ni1..1 Ire*. I
MARHHALLTOWN, loin June
6. —Following tho finding of the
bodies of James Hardy, Mrs. Hardy
ami their little son at their home
at Laurel, their hotuls beaten In
by a piece of lead pipe, Roy Hardy,
•I, another »on, was urn slid on
HiiHpii ion today. He Is being held
pending an examination. Roy
Hardy .1, . lan 'I ho knew nothing
of Ihe triple murder. lie said that
he had In*'!! at the home of a
neighbor, and did not return until
LEAVITT IN COURT
ttAVITT TOWERING ABOVE SHERIFF HODGE.
Star's Story of Plight of
Poor Woman Arouses
and Help Is Forthcoming
When a saloonkeeper read In The
Star Katurady night of a destitute
family'St C 305 Kourth ay. N. T...
destitute because the father and
husband had spent all ol hi* money
for drink, abused his Tamlly and bad
I been aent to Jail, his heart **•
touched. He opened his pocketbook
and sent a 110 gold piece lo The
8 1ar.',..,.;. i
Another big hearted man called at
the little borne and left a tlO bill.
Sunday aymp*!hello people called
at the bonso and made up another
8. A. Woods, who has charge of
the vault ii. the county clerk's
office visited Ihe home with his
wife. Woods shook out everything
he had In his clothes. Two other
people Ictt t-> ench.
•This morning an old man called
it.* ask what was needed. "Hags."
answered Mrs, Wattles, who Is tak
ing care of ihe children. "Here's
a little money to get something to
wipe their noses," smiled ihe old
fellow, and he slipped a half dollar
into Mrs. Wattles' hand.
At ntxin today ' 10.60 had been re
Down In the Jail Is A. lluson, vim
subjected his wife to cruelties. She
la In the Wayside Emcrgrnry hos- |
pital. When lluiim was arrested he
askfd Wlngate k Dolby to defend
him. They visited the home, henrd
TO BE A TREAT-IN A WAY
lir Benjamin Franklin Roller and
Kbyssko. the Terrlpro Pole, will
meet In Heattle next Thursday night
In a wrestling match that. In Spit!
of ij,. fact thai It Is arranged rdr
ROUST to win. will be well worth the
money of those who pay to see It.
Zhy.xkn Is going to be good In Ho
at lis l.iti.r than he wns In the
Ka*t when' he double-crossed the
local' Physician mi.i threw him, ninth
to tho surprise of Holler «nd bis
manager. Jack Curley. Just why
Zbymko failed lo go through with
his Eastern program Is not of record
In Healtle, unless It was because
of the desire of the Pole and Ootch
to pull .ii their i.ik money-making
match In I 111. ago
Kbyssko's passage to Hurope I*
already purchased, and .-ii June IK
he will lea re America for good. This
Hoik ' match I* his la*! on this side
of the water, nil It therefore won't
make much differ* to him wheth
er i,, wins or lose*. In relurn for
it,. big <nd of tin gat* receipts be
will, in. doubt, be content to By
down to tin local man.
the wife"* .lory and re-fused to de
fend the man.
Infcrest. amounting to ISO Is due
on the bouse June 21. Everything
In the house Is mortgaged, even to
the bed clothing. Neighbors have
been sending In clothing for the
children since reading The Star's
The county Is helping wltb groc
ery orders but there Is all!! need fur
money to meet the mortgages. All
that Is received will be placed In n
j bank by. Mrs. Wattles tc the credit
of Mrs. lluson.
UNCLE JOE EATS
• ll< * ailed 1,. )
WASHINC.IO.V, Juno 6—-'one
cup of coffee and one egg snml
wlch—cost 10 cents—lbat Is break
fast enough for me." announced
Speaker Cannon to 100 school boys
of New York and Philadelphia, who
were being shown the sights of the
"Occasionally I add an orange."
said t'nele Joe, "and that mnkei
the breakfast cost 16 cents, but thut
extravagance Is not usual. When I
was a boy 1 learned lo keep within
my Income; now I am able to save
The boy* looked at the great
I man open mouthed. They had Just
seen him alight from bis tfl.ooo tour
ing car. and somebody (Old tie in
about his 171,000 home In Vermont
avenue. id. speaker's announce-
ment of his frugality struck the
boys as a bugs Joke.
"It's funny economy." remarked
one bright eyed youngster, "to live
on ten-cent breakfasts and smoke
'three-fur*.'"—three cigars * for «
RELIABLE REAL '
regarding ninny desirable prop
erties offered for sale wilt be
found In the real eatltS col
umn Of The Star Want pages
every day. Many of the best
properties an* advert iced tX
cluslvcly In The Star.
Immediately lifter his defeat of
7.11\n /k** next Thursday night Roller
will proclaim himself champion of
the world, a title Frank Ootch dis
carded when on th! da) following
Ids recent match In Chicago lie an
noun* that he WfU Ihrough with
wrestling fill' good. This part of
the program was arranged a long
while ago. II was burn In the fertile
i,ii*. of Jack Curley during the
period of tho lour of Jeffries, Ootch,
Roll! *■ .-mil tin rest of them Inst win-
If *■ if notch ijocen't overlook It, ii,.
Is due to come through with a stnte.
incut to the effect that Roller Js tho
toughest wrestler he ever went
The fact tbut Roller Is 1., win next
Thursday won't prevent the local
physician ami the Pols from giving
.i splendid exhibition of wrestling.
All the furbelows thai go with a
well-arranged wrestling mutch will
bo on exhibition, and there will bo
just us much emit* Hunt as though
It was the real thing. 1* will really
pay to go.
ASSAULT ON WOMAN
Residents Near Fort and at Interbay Demand That
War Department Remove Brownsville Regiment
From Midst—Telegraph Appeal to President and
State's Representatives in Congress.
As the result of a hcstial assault on a white woman by a
negro soldier from Fort I.awlon Sal unlay night, white residents
in the vicinity of the fort arc today ready to shoot at sight any
soldier who ventures from ihe confines of the post.
Mrs. J. W*. Redding, the victim of the assault, is over 50
years old, and her condition is serious.
One soldier whose name the officers refuse to divulge is
held in the guard house. He has hecn identified a*, tin- man
who was near the Redding home a! the time of thi assauli and
there arc several other circumstances which point lo his guilt*
Only the screaming of the children prevented his accom*.
pUshing his purpose. lie escaped, leaving the woman half dcatf
on the floor.
The assault took place Saturday afternoon shortly licforg*
6 o'clock. A negro soldier in uniform came to the Redding door
am! asked for ton.cU_._ng to cat. Mrs. Redding, whose husband
i*. captain of a fishing lioat, was alone at the time with her two
daughters, aged 9 ami 11. She refused to fjivc the soldier any
thing and he went away.
Aa >.. MM Waving t]M yard be
hung hi* coat on the fence. Mr.
Itrddlng went to the door a short
time afterward. Aft ajg^ reached
tho threshold the negro grabbed her
by the treat and threw her to the
floor. The little girls ran screaming
from the house, but by the itmo
they returned ihe negro bad van
ished. Mm. Ileddlng was In a ter
rible condition, and bleeding pro
fusely where the negro had bitten
Identifies One Man.
Tho officers at the fort were no
tified, and Sunday morning every
soldier was paraded past. Mr*. Red
ding and her two daughters. Mr*.
Redding was not positive In her
Identification, but she picked out
one soldier who had been out all
Saturday night, and who could not
give any account of his doing*.
ill* moustache was plastered
down and he wore a service shirt.
Mrs. Redding said iho an who as
snulicd bor wore a white shirt and
his moustache was not plastered
Ily order of Iho officers Iho sus
pect wus dressed In a while shirt
and his mnusiache ruffled and he
'; as again brought before Mrs. Red
ding. She thought he was the guilty
O. W. Carlson, a ferryman. Identi
fied the suspect ns one of iho four
soldiers ho landed near Iho lleddlng
home three-quarters of an hour be
fore the assault took place. Tho sus
pect was ihen taken to Ihe guard
Indignation Meeting Held.
People living at hi. * bay and In
the vicinity of the fort were wild
with Indignation Saturday night nnd
yesterday. So high was public feel
ing running that W. D Markay went
lo Iho fori and counseled the officer
not to allow any soldiers outside the
fort, ns many white mi had sworn
to shoot the first one tliey saw.
Tho troops wore kept at tho post
nil day, and BOBS was allowed lib- '
This morning a delegation met
with Counrllmen Mullen and God
dard to have the city council take
action to secure the removnl of the
negro soldiers This afternoon W.
D. Mnckay, T. S. Ewarl. Captain
Thomas nnd others will draft tele
gram* to President Taft, the secre
tary of war. Secretary llalllnger.
Senators Piles ami Junes, and the
Washington representatives In con*
Erei*s, asking that tho negro troops
be removed. Tonight there will be
a mass meeting in Stelnor's .ill
Then* nrc four companies Of the
2.'.th regiment nt Fort Law ton. The
2,*ith Is the notorious Brownsville
regiment When tho war depart
ment announced that negro troops
would be stationed at l.nwton Micro
was . ,ii. I. protest, which wits un
Appeal to Washington.
Tho war department asked the
people of Seattle to give tho 2fith a
chance, and promised thai there
would be i.. Irouble. l*p until three
weeks ago Iho negro soldiers were
id.-.-ii. even better iii their conduct
than tin- while soldiers. There was
less drunkenness and rowdyism, anl
th.- people living near th* tori hnd
about . nun- to ihe conclusion that
the Until had in. ii mallgi
Thro* weeks ago, however, Iherc
camg a Chant*, ""d roporls of lilt*
women insulted botanic frequent.
Little children were follow* .1 on th*
streets, and the respect m which
ihe regiment was held changed to
fenr. Saturday night's si in. iiv was
At tonight's meeting In Kleiner's
hall, women who have been Insulted
and children In* have In. fol
lowed will 101 l their stories.
"Tho negro soldiers must go,"
-.mi W. I). \i i,i;n this morning
"Wo * .*!. nothing about th* sus
pect. I don't I I.ink we could ever
be certain 11-. to the Identity of the
guilty man. There is no doubt in
tin- world but what a soldier com
mitted the crime, nnd the people
one cent °* w t"*'*-*1 **"
l^lir. \_DIII WOWS trl.n* i«
who live out there will not tolerata
negro soldiers any long.-r.
Lynching Was Averted.
"If a negro soldier had shows
himself yesterday be would harm
been shot or lynched. Thar* Is _•*-■
j tain to be trouble If the 2Mb re
main* here. We do not want any
repetition of Brownsville here.
"As long ft! the guilty man • an not
be Identified and punished, tho regi
ment must bear the blame for tho
dastardly attack on Mrs. Redding.
"And Ihe people sill not aland for
having that regiment In their midst.
It's up to the war department to
move the negToes."
WIN OUT BY
(11) 1 nllril l-rt-aa 1
1H11.A1'1.1.1'11i... June «.—Cnn
nnnlstn won out In nil the Pennsyl
vania districts In the nominating
primaries Saturday, except one, or
Among those who may be driven
..in of Congress by the people is
John Dalxell, chairman ,1 the ap
propriations committee, and long
the rlghthand man of the speaker.
Or. Robert J. Black, who opposed
Mm for the nomination, claims a ma
jority and demands a recount.
In any case, the Issue waa very
close. Datsell and his workers claim
a majority of 402. —
In Schuylkill county. Alfred D.
darner, ,i . -.inn, man, was decisive
ly beaten by It. I>. ||. ;. D who ran
as an "Insurgent."
* BANK CLEARINGS *
* Seattle. *
* Slings today .. .1.895.4G6.13 *
* Balances 23.1.-144.70 *
* Tacoma. *
* Clearings today . .$1,077,7u7.00 *
* Balances 177.00 *
* Portland. *
* Clearings today . .$1,!»95.045,00 *
* Balances .... 119.590.00 *
* Spokane. *
* Clearings today .-. 1020,407.00 .
* Balances 75.951.00 *
On, effect of Hi*' flood was to
plunge Pnris lata darkness, and a
cheerful Idiot now writes to usk
why Noah's Arc l.ar.ii* were not
used.—London Pun* I*.