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. The lr.ipor'.inc of Pits.
With the exception of tho famous
Tlrrr, nobody has yet found a success
f.i! nitho!j of getting rid of rt.
Ways and means we have nil si-en sj
vertlsed in the street enrs and news
papers, and yet other methods we
have now onl then heard ploassntly
narrated In the course of polite con
versation. Hut these deal wi'h the rat
as an individual with our personal
rat, so to tpeak; and invention has
yet to find the way of annihilating en
tire communities. For such a solution
of the "rt problem" the department
cf agriculture has recently stated that
It would libTa"y reward the inventor.
The rst. Individually, Is a n'liH.Kire;
the rt cnttortjvely, n acitinl drnln
upon the legitimate profirs of Ameri
can agriculture. Reduced to probable
figure this yearly tix, levjed and suc
cessfully collected ty a counties?
army of rodents, reaches a surprising
total. Hoard and lodging for Oje rat
for one yoar !, pt;niatei at 0 cents
and it rcay he fairly enough assumed
that the farms cf the country support
at least one rat for every cow, homo
pig, or other useful kind of live stock.
If this ia true, even allowing that one-
half of the sustenance of the rats la
waste matter, the boatd bill counts up
In cereals to something over 1.10,000,
000. la France the loss yearly sus
tained through their existence la offi
cially placed at HO.O'.tO.OOS, which Inili
cates pretty clearly that the figures
roughly estimated by our own investi
gators are far below the actual. Who
ever can find way to destroy the
pt in large numbers will therefore
.not only earn the rewards of the de
partment of agriculture, but will con
fer a blessing upon practically every
living agriculturist. Nor. adds the
Boston Budget, need be be debarred
by sentimental reasons. The rats now
living on the country without giving
anything lu return for it are all de
scended from stowaways who came
over without paying aay attention
whatever to the immigration laws.
One of the Yale professors has been
making a study of the occupations of
Yale graduates by classes. He finds,
among other things, that a constantly
lessening number are entering the
' ministry, and a steadily increasing
number are studying law. The law
now claims more than twice as many
as any other profession. Next to it
comes finance. Less than one-twelfth
of the. graduates enter the ministry.
In spite of the fact that one of the
purposes for which Yale was founded
was "to train godly young men for the
Christian ministry." Hut, side by side
with these facts, it is also noted that
charitable and philanthropic work
the giving both of money and cf serr
Ice is yearly claiming a larger share
cf the Interest of educated men and
omen. remaps that la where the
"godly young men" of today are
A bill was recently presented In the-
Italian chamber of deputies providing
tor a ? 200,000 lottery, with the pro
ceeds of which it Is proposed to carry
out txcavations at the site of the Ro
mas amphitheater at Henevento, the
town, founded, according to tradition
by Diomedes, and pcsseislcg Trajan's
triumphal arch, which resembles the
arch of Titus in Home, and . Is the
finest and best preserved of all the
Roman structures. The amphitheater
nt Iieuevento is lyinj almost Intact
Under a number of old houses occupied
by poor people. IW-uevento Is the
capital of a province of that name, and
Is situated St miles northeast of Na
ples. In the Middle Apes it was the
H at of a Ixnt.bard duchy, and In 1S06
It was nlvtn by Napoleon J. to Talley
rand, who took the title of princo of
What Is Preaching?
'One of the most notable utterance
from the I'nlUriaa trethren cornea
from the Rev. Dr. Thomaa Elicer. says
rinstoa Herald, who deplores the habit
nt some of hi brvthrea f the cloth In
trt-aUng of economics, politics and
civic in their pulpits. Instead of
preaching the gospel. Ia rr. encer-f
opinion, this isn't preuchln- at all. It
la lecturing, luatead. A great many
churchgoers will agree with this view.
There may be special occasion when
sermons on texts from Holy Writ may
appropriately yield ta some temi-orary
exigency, but as a rule rellgloa, pure
and simple, is the preachers best
theme and rpost acceptable to his cou.
Ou a Irip ilnoufch Iceland the trav
eler sees thoufunds of mountain cov
eted with fteiual aow, outrh allng
the Alps in frandeur; grtat geysers
and Innumerable hot wells; waterfalls,
tne of w hti u the Gullies Is second
only to Niagara In size and beauty;
e)Ual ktitaiiiii and lathing rivers;
Java beds of fantastic fl;utes, covered
with moss thht g!irte:is in tr sua
like ; oar fni, nn". m a crowning
t.h'ty, lbs itiiii hero ia so brilliant
it ol,J'-ct over 10 in'.Us tflstant p
j. ur iii'M at hand. j
NEW YORK'S GRAVE PERIL.
...in rcii.. o rince or str.iunj
varc; collectors Health cf
Nov York New York city Is ex
perleming nn im prf sslve drmnrwdr
lion its t wh.-u extent the comtort of
t:te mlllioiifj U dependent upon tho
handful, comparatively, of rlil.-ewi
rc!ir:ai lly dieted in coll.vilug gar
bage and delivering lee. Two thou
sand garbage collectors and an equal
number of ice wagon drivers are on
strike and the city in In peril of an
epidemic of disease. The garbage sit
urtlon is the more serious, and unless
speedily remedied, the possibilities of
evil are startllne.
The health department, which upon
direction of Mayor McClellan assumed
l Shiiisi!i!,Uy when the street clean
ing itep;irtiuent proved unequal to tho
emergency, is exhausting its sluiost
unlimited resources, but Sunday night
tiip K-.-t that Dr. Harlineton could
promise was that 200 tr.ca would ho
to work Monday morning. Such a
force will make little headway as 75
cart3 aro required to remove each
day's accumulation and the work U
six days behind.
NEW IMMIGRATION LAW.
Head Tax Will Be Doubled and Steam
ship Companies Subject to Fine
for Diseased Persons.
Washington. The new Immigration
laws placing numerous restrictions
upon the incoming of undesirable for
eigners, will no Into effect Monday.
The most important change brought
about by those acts which congress
passed in February is the increase of
the head tax from f2 to l with the?
provision that all over tr.OOO.OOO of the
revenue to derived will revet to the
Lulled States treasury instead cf
being entirely de-voted to the uses of
the immigration bureau. In so much
as the immigraton for the past two
years has been over a million annual
ly, the income to the government from
this source will be considerable An-
ouier cnanga makes the steamship
companies subject to a fine of f 100 for
transporting physically or mentalir
afflicted Immigrants, or those af
flicted with loathsome or contagfoui
President Actually Resting.
Oyster Bay, N. Y. President
Roosevelt will begin his third week
of vacation free from all engagements
whatsoever, and Secretary Ixeb will
meet the dally applications for ap
pointments, which come by mail and
wire with the game severe ce-nsorship
as In the past. The president has
been relievtd by his neighbors from
making his customary Fourth of July
address- in the village. The celebra
tion was abandoned entirely lu defer
ence to the president's plan for a rest.
Japanese Await Their Chance.
Sap Antonio, T?x. Immigration of
ficials here have recelvtM information
that there an? 4,0('0 Japanese in Mex
ico awaiting a chance to slip Into the
United States. The news comes from
tfctr construction camps below Tux
pajnom, on the llamanillo extensiou
of the Central railroad.
Development of Art Culture.
New York. The development
of art culrure in the United
States lg forecasted lit a movement
which has begun throughout the coun-
try for the establishment at Washing
ton of a national department of fine
arts, the head of which shall be a
member of the cabinet.
The Coldest June en Record.
Washington. I. C. The weaCier
bureau announced Sunday night that
the month Jutt closed was the cK)1
est June of record In Washington.
D. C, In the last 75 years.
H Fasted 30 Days.
Itellevllle. Illinois, After fart-
!ng since May .in, during which time
he tacted nothing but water. Dr. I. J.
Rales broke Lis fast Sunday by Tar
laklng of a small quantity cf malted
aillk. His taut wa instituted to test
tils theory that total abstinence froia
food fjr a period la beneficial to
Health. After taking the malted milk
he said he would fast for 24 hours
longer to ascertain what effect tha
aoui ishinent would have uion bis i)S
tem. Ths Missing Motorman Found.
un Francisco. Frank Kelly, the
'ejrjuer New York motorman, who was
irrested here Saturday iilght, said
Sunday night that he was willing to go
to NrW York and would waive extradi
tion. li was the motorman of the
rievated express train which during
the rush hours one morning in Sep
tember, 1S'i5, was wrecked on the
?urve at Fifty-third strwt and Ninth
ivenue. The sevnnd and third cars
plunged Into the stret and six peinous
were kill-J and many Injurd.
Colony of Anarchists Brtaking Up.
Taroms, Wash. Home Cdony,
established by auurchists on Hen
derson Bay about ten years ago Is
breaking up. Member are reported
to be quietly leaving since L'mms
Ge'dman visited the plucef a few Weeks
. A Wreck n ths Frisco.
PpMi.grtalH, Alk. A southbound
th Frisco tfd'"ld- Two employe, of t.'ie l.nperll
kt Johnson ta. laBk k,,:"1' Th,i DX-",hT
pahsi-nger tiaia on
was wrecked Suaday
tlun, five miles out!l yl bef. J"J!ten
Iftet't-i were l.tdly truiif d.
V:CW CF THE EARTH WHEN MR. CARNCGIE
GIVING AWAY LIORARIE3.
J VCs.tVco Mrt.t
It la Said Ht Is Endeavoring to
The Oil Region Around Tulsa Again
Three Persons Killed Hundreds of
Derricks Blown Down Property
Lots Is $1,000,000.
Tulsa. I.T. Three people are known
to have been killed, several are re
ported Injured and property lost to
the amount of at least $1,000,000 by a
tornado which passed over this sec
tion Wednesday morning The dead
are Frank Roper, and two unknown
men, all oil-field workmen, killed by
falling rigs The storm came from
the north and was an old fashioned
twister. It traveled due south until It
struck a hid Just north of Tulsa, when
It struck off southeast, through West
Tulsa and Red Fork, from Red Fork
shooting south through the heart of
the Glenn field
The loss of the lives occurred In the
Glenn field where also was the great
est property damage Mammoth steei
tanks were blown down, one hundred
derricks were demolished, rias and
tanks were destroyed hy lightning.
The camp or the Gulf ripe Mne com
pany was wiped off the map and the
village of Klefer. adjoining the Glenn
oil field suffered great destruction.
Red Fork and the Red Fork Oil field
and Jenks, at the north limit of the
Glenn oil field, were scenes of wreck
The storm left a trail of destruction
for a distance cf 00 miles north of
Tulsa on its southward Journey.. Bar
tlesville reports large property loss
and several people Injured. Several
houses were demolished lu Collinsvie.
The Bird Creek and Sklatuck oil
fields were riddled.
Over 150 derricks are renorted down
In the Glenn pool and it is said all the
oil derricks In the Osage nation have
been swept away. Fifty-four derricks
aro rviorted down at Turley. At
Maine houses were overturned and
brick buildings demolished.
Remains a Myrtery
Norfolk. Va. Vnited
local lnsiectors of ste&in
lapiey ana Jtray Wednesday filed
their official report on the Investiga
tion into the sinking of the steam
launch of the battleship Minnesota
the nUht of June 10 when tlx Juld
uhlpmen and five stamen lost their
lives. They say: "We have exhaust
ed eery avenue without results and
are unable to determine the direct
cause of the casualty."
Box of Dynamite Explodes.
Hoaston, Va. The premature
explosion of a box of dynamite
near Tola, Charlotte county, Tuesday
afternoon killed eight persons and In
jured six others. For om distance
around th scene, beads, arms and
legs were picked up. One Italian was
blown so far into the embankment
that his brdy had to be dug out with
Missouri Officials Enjoined.
Ft. Ixiuls, Mo. A temHirary re
straining order was granted by Cir
cuit Judge Taylor Wednesday prohibit
ing the state board of railroad com
missioners from enforcing the provis
ions of the Avery law, bo far as It ap
plies to the trade Inspection, weighing
and grading of grain outside of pub
Throw Bombs and Takt Money.
Tlflis. A bo'ob a exploded on
We-dnesduy In Erivaii square in the
center of the city while the place, was
thronged with opIe. The object of
the bomb throwing wa an attack or
the treasury. A wagon containing
!25.ohI, ee,rted by Coarks bad
reached Krivan S'lUitre w!n-n the bomb
was thrown and a greut explosion fol-
it tier Vlctliis lias not yet teen ascer
tained. The hiK contaliiliig tl.
Extend Hit Operations to Germany.
Oklahoma Supreme Court Set Aside
Judge Pancoasts Restraining Or
der Election May Be Held.
Guthrie, Ok. The Oklahoma su
preme court Tuesday afternoon dis
solved the Injunction issued by Judge
Pancoast restraining the constitutional
convention from submitting to a vote
of the prople the constitution drawn
for the proiKsed new state of Okla
homa. The convention doubtless will
now be called together Immediately
and a new d.ito set for the election
set. The court also held that It had
no jurisdiction over the formation of
new counties as provided in the con
stitution. The division on this pbaso
was 5 to 2. The flndinir .-if ...
is a complete victory for the conven
tion, which was prevented by the In
junction Issued by District Judge
Pancoast from submitting the consti
tution for the proposed state of Ok
lahoma tj the voters on August 6. If
flirt l.lln. r.P ... -
are carried olit the convention will
Is r-as-a-mbled Immediately 8d a
new date for the election named.
Turned It Over to Smith.
Oyster Bay. N. Y. June. ST. The
tele-ram asking President Roosevelt
to Investigate all alleged violations of
the antitrust law ,y the telegrai.h
comprnle. received Tuesday from the
Washington Ventral Labor union, was
Wednesday transmltte-d to Herbert
Knox Smith, chief of the bureau cf
corporations of the department of corn
m.-r-,. i.m.I I.. I. J v- . .
'O instructions wtTe
given .Mr. Smith. This telecram
the only one the President has re-
cencu on the subject.
For Shooting at a Judge t100.
Bl -"iis. Mo. la the case of
osa and tiara Well, charged Jointly
witn assaulting to Mil judge Jess,e
A. McPonald of the- circuit court a
ne Bat on tho bench. Jauuary 2. a Jury
In criminal court Friday fined Rosa
eil 1100 and acquitted, her sister.
The girls admitted filing the bhot at
the Judge. They were said to have
been dissatisfied with a decision of
Judge McHoiiMld regarding the divis
ion of their father's- estate.
No PrT.ts for the Japs.
nan rraneisco, Calif. The board
of ixdlce co ilf.hnrs Thutsday
aetited the application at five Japa
lie for the privilege of renewing
thvlr permits to keep Intelligence of
ne in mis city and refused two
Japanese applicants who de.ired to
obtain new permits for the same
busltus. on the ground that the ap
plicants were m,t cltUens of th
Schmltx Again Arraigned.
Fan Francisco, Calif. Befors
Judge rmiine Friday Mayor Schmlti
was arraigned on two Indictments, ono
charging him with acceptlug a bribe
of 13.250 from the official .f the
San Franiise'o Gas and Electric com
pany, tne other charglug him with
accepting a bribe of 15,000 from the
I'nlted railroad. Judge Dunne set
July 3 as the da'- on which the mayor
will answer theso Indictments.
Americans Took Pries In Franc
Nogent le Rot.-ou. France. -
At the show of the Percherou society
or r ranee, all flrt prizes, except one.
In ths stallion cla.s. were awarded
to Mcl.augiillij brothers, Americans.
Ditspproved Pension Plans.
Washington. 1). C A sub-coin-mitten
appointed by the president to
consld.T d.-partmnst method Tues
day dlapproed the service pension
plans- for government employes. The
dlsappiovat of the committee appll.-
eiiul!y to any proposal that pneion
be paid to letlred etnplo)es wholly
out of the federal treasury and all
m.nsures .ioldlng for a uiilf.jrm
dedunlen of a given per cent of "fiat
rate" MHkeii,-meiit on salaiies. all such
proving on et!al)sl unfair Itl.er to
laipajers or eiiii'.oye. j
Attorny Ganrf Cromwell Flits
Long Lint cf G.-levances Against
v iwninitton. Attorney General
Cromwell of Oklahoma Thursday filed
with the Intetstntf coiiimerci; commit
rlon complaints nenliiHt the Pnnfa F
ruilltiktun and oilier rullroad. alio-
n:u they charge unjust ratej on whe.i
lioni Oklahoma p.lnts to Kanan ( Hy
excessive rates on coal from K-tiirias
and t oloradu to points In Oklahoma;
txfesMve rales on grain from 1 'o,u j
rt i 1 1 . ...
-"y, .!, to ouuid points; uiij.ist
rates on live stock from Oklahoma
points to Fort Worth, Tex excessive?
and unreasonable lates on petroleum
ar.d its products from Kansas to Okla
homa, and excessive and unreasonable
rates on yellow pine from points In
Tv,xas. Louisiana and Mississippi to
points In Oklahoma.
The commission ia asked to adjust
proper and reasonable rates ami to
order the defendants to f-riTi form
the rates fixed by the commission.
Russia Is Aaain
Series of Crimes Funds In
M. Fetersburg.It has bvn learned
from Russian revolutionary sources
mat tne social revolutionary party
.uo.uu ago revived the old terrorist
uHaiii.auon mat had been Suffered
f.-. i.. i
Biuce me congress held in
Finland during the sprlnng of HHui
and placxl Gregory Gerschunln, who
escaped from Siberia last year, ard
savinikoff. who escaped from Sebaste
.u ivva, me tr.t organizers lf
me party i charge. The sum r,f Ip.
000 monthly was assigned for espion
age, the preparation of bombs and so
on from the party treasury, which re
cently received over H0.iH-1 from the
cashier of the sub treasury of Samar
kanda social revolutionist who em
bezzled JtS'i.Ono The headquarters of
the terrorists, as usual, are loVated
outsid? of Russia.
Grain Transactions Ar, Gambling.
Fort Dodge. Grain transactions
cn beard ,f trade are gambling,
according to a verdb t rendered by a
federal Jury In an imixirtnnt case here.
The Jury In the case of War vs. Tear
sons, arter being out five hour
brought In a vrrdlrt la favor of tl.s
defendant, John II. Pearsons, who 1
h wealthy farmer. Pearsons kpveubt
I'd t.n the board of trade until his
losses reached over l'i.iX'0. lit. re
fused payment and the brokerage flnn
cf Ware and Inland of CUlcagc
brought suit to recover
General KuriWl at Horns.
Toklo. Gen. Kurokl and party ar
rived here Thursday morning from a
visit to the rnlte.1 States, The party
spoke in most appreciative terms of
the hearty reception accorded. not
enly by the American government but
also by the pee.ple. Gen. Kurokl U
confident that his visit sTvd as an
occasion for furthering a better un
derstanding between the two nations.
Gvn. Kurokl U reported to have said
that word were powerless to describe
the grandeur and enthuslasjn of the
reception accorded himself and
Yale Win Over Harvard.
New London. Connecticut. -Yale
'vanity crew won a hard row
ed rare against Harvard on the
Thames river Just as duek was falling
Thursday night by not much niere
than a length. The race apparently
was won In the lust half mile In
which the better form of the blue
on perfectly calm water proved a
more powerful factor than the btawn
la the Harvard boat.
Miourl Convicts Hanged.
Jefferson City. Mo. Harry
uriau and F.dwsrd Raymond
convicts sentenced to the pent
tenuary mini Ht. lnils, and George
Ryan, a convict sentenced from Kan
as City, were hanged in the county
Jail here Thursday morning for the
killing of prison guard John Clay dur
a e-turrrici attempt to ecapS
Irotn the penitentiary.
Com.Tisns Against th Lords.
Ixndon. England. The three das
debate In the house of commons eud
ed at midnight when Premier Caiup
bell BanneTman's resolution In fuvor
of curtailing the power of the house
of lords to veto bills passed by ths
commons, was carried by 32 to 147
amid loud ministerial cheers.
Cornell Wins ths Rice.
JVughkee-p.de, N". Y. Cornell
won the 'varsity eight oared race
st the Intercollegiate regatta for ths
eighth time Wednesday evnilng in tho
most excltjng contest ever rowed ov
er the four miles course. Cornell's
time wa 2u:02 2 5. Columbia was sec-
Guthrie, Ok., Convention Splits.
Guthrie. Okla. A a result of
three duys balloting tho democrat
ic ronveutl.m lu the fifth congres
sional dlntrlct. In iefebm at Hobart.
Thursday afternoon ended In a sen
sational tumult and two candidates
will contest for p'aces on the ticket.
Re-ott Ferif of I.aton and finad
Weaver if Ada, I. T. Tb Fetrl
forces walked cut of the hall leaving
the Weaver iiicu In pokscstdnn tjf ti10
official I Jill.. Ferris rluims the
nomlnittliiu by a vote of 115 to i.S anj
eMvi-r elliii a Dlurslitv of 21.
MR. TAFT DENIES RUMORS
The Secretary Snyt ranm Canal
Affairs Are All Right
Admits, Howt-ver, That Lets Work It
Din0 Accomplished and That
Changes Ar Contemplated.
Washington. D. c. "It i a tls
S'ie of fals:l(K)(J,, said Secretary Taft.
Jiday, when Ms attention wag called
to the reports of dlisatisfuctlon on tiie
part of the administration of tiio nian-
agetneiit of affairs under the lidhnilati
canal comnttssion and of the inteitttf-n
of the officers etiRHeod In that work,
to relinquish It and return to tn
Ctititinuiug the secretary said:
"The work appears to be progresflnff
fine'Iy. It Is .true that In a recnt
month the excavatlnng made tinier
Col. Goethals were 150,000 cubic yards
less than under hm predecessor but
this ai due to a fctrike and to either
causes brypid his control. Col. Goe
thals will have all the help in t'le r,ay
cf army officers he may need. His as
sistants I am leaving to his own $e-
"Whet about David W. Ross, the re
tiring general disbursing agent?'' wan
asked the secretary.
Mr. Ross' resignation .is net
nske-d for," the secretary replied. "Ill
work has been in every way ratisfuc
tory and he was one of the most ef
ficient officers we rvtT had. Because
of his private business Mr Rocs waut-
d to leave the commission June 1.
but I wanted him to stay at least until
Secretary Tft declare! that the
resignation cf Engineer Ripley waa
voluntary. H and Col. Goethala d d
not agree as to lhf character of wmio
works, an,l Mr. RipVey retired." seid
the secretary. "He bad been design
ing some leeks. Nor has General
Manager Bird of the Panama rai'.tcal
resigned as lias been rifortJ.
"If Jackson Smith, the commissioner
who has charge of all the labor bu the
Isthmus, has resigned," continued trie
secretary, "I don't know It. There Is
no truth so far as I know, lr the re-
Iort of his resignation.""
As to Mr. Bishop, the secretary of
the commission who I now on duty at
Washington 1 am net prepared to say
hat hU future assignments will be.
That will l dcte-rmlned ntxt e k."
Suit Against Railroads.
Washington. I). C. By dir.ftlon
of Attorney General Bonaparte I'nMevl
States attr.rneys In various district
throughout the country will Institute
at the earliest practicuU.- date,
suits against a large number cf ra'.I
ross to nt-over penalties for viola
tions of the safety appliance law.
Information upon which the suits will
be based was rerted to the Inter
state commerce) co'itrtilshlon ly Jtfc
irufe-ty appliance luspctui s.
Judge Attempts Suicide
San Francisco, Calif. Oftrcom
with grief and humiliation at tbe ac
tion of the btr association In recom
mending that he to Impeached for
grosn Intemperance If h did not Im
mediately resign Superior Judge K. C.
Het bard tried to take hi om n life
Tue-sday In hi chambers at the tem
ple Israel. He was saved from death
after be had pressed tho barrel of
a revolver against hi temple by a
reporter, who took the weion away.
A Soldier Shot In Cuba.
Havana. Cuba. During a clash,
with police at Holguln. SittitluK'i.
Wednesday night, resulting from tfie
alleged refusal of four American sol
diers of the Eleventh Infantry to pay
for drlnkir. Corporal P. J. Green w
shot nd mortally wounded and his
companions wte arrested.
Deported ths Mutineers.
Vlllafrnnrhe. France -TrMp and
gendarmes lining the routu prevented
Nipulsr demonstratliui t;;o n,,n
of the mutinous l?th Infantry matched
Wednesday to the wharf where they
riiibarki-d on cruiser fur gfu, Tunl.
Bo soon n tho men ere on board ths
cruisers headed out Jo e.
In Conference With President.
O.v.ter Hay. N. Y. Bevretftry
Tsft spent four hours with President
Hoose-ve it Tuesday and ld as
be J"ft Oyster Bay to attend the Yal
eommeiicement that a number cf Im
portant matters relative to Cuba,
Panama and the Philippine had been
Hvs Grievance There, Alio,
New York. The executive com
mittee of the Commercli.1 Tei-
graphers' union Tuesday i.ffered to
submit their grievances to th. Pyf.r
Telegraph company. Complaint waa
also made that the company had not
fulfilled It agreements with Its mea
This Is Looking Ahesd Some.
New (Mean. J. Tim l .,1.1.
Ing of a southern exposition In lir.
to eommemorate the coniph thm 0f
the Panama cannl was discussed In
conventi,,,, Thursday night wh,,.u
abeoit UH delegates represented six
outlier n States.
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to be In i ff.ct teU yens. Tim t. rti,
sre not ditcloted.