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TIIC RICH HILL TRIBUNE
m"C Ki:i!Y & lUC'KKIsY. Publisher.
claude a. i;:;riYN, Editor.
men hill Missouri.
Vou couldn't broaden out soma men
by running over them with it steam
Tbe easiest wiy to have a man get
the best of you Is to think you are
smarter than be is.
A western :fticlal who decamped
with town funds la described as "six
feet tall aud $10.01)0 short."
And then, again, perhaps Mars It
coming close this month to get intrw
pointers from us on how to dig
Japan can never he really regarded
as an enemy of thla country an long
a h refrains from sending college
glee clubs over here.
That divine-right doctrine of the
crsr's makes thin? look gloomy for
the lilt re czarowlts, who might like to
rule a large empire some day.
One of the latest nature stories
comes from New York. A man In
that city has a cross-eyed est Unfor
tunate animal! It can't catch more
tkan half the mice It sera.
Secretary Wilson would like to
check the growing manufacture and
ue of absinthe In this country. He Is
right. The American people should
nip In the bud the spread of absinthe
From England cornea the news that
Lady Grosvenor Is traveling about tha
country as a gypsy to get material for
a book. The lady will no doubt learn
how to sell spavined mare with the
ability of a genuine Romany.
This latest census showing that
bout one-fifth of all our women of
more than 16 years are breadwinners
Is Interesting, but It Is probably Inade
quate from any other than the census
taker's standpoint. Nearly all women
re breadwinners In one way or an
other. The secretary of agriculture points
out that a general failure of the crops,
whatever the weather conditions may
be, is absolutely Impossible, because
the agricultural interests of the coun
try have become so diversified that
they cannot all go to pieces at once.
Eo cheer up!
"When you are rich and making
money wear old clothes, but when
you are hard up put on the best togs
you can get" Ancient and deceptive
counsel. It Is the way Becky Sharp
managed to cheat her creditor a. The
honest and decent course is to dress
according to the pocket.
Is there still growing tendency to
ceJlbacy among college graduates, as
Dr. O. Stanley Hall insists, or is this
the prevalent state of things among
the young men and young women gen
erally, whether they are highly edu
cated or not? The statistics eeera
to favor the latter horn of the dl
New Jersey has accepted tbe reoom
mecdsLions of the- recent uniform dl
force law congress, and Its legislature
has passed a law which conforms to
that framed by the unofficial repre
sentatives of a score or more of states
last winter. As the national congress
cas no power over marriage and dl
voree lawa, this Is the only way that
uniformity in legislation caa be
When the queen of Spain wishes to
call her baby to her she does not say
"Alfonso Plo Cristlno Eduardo Fran
Cisco Gulllermo Carlos Enrique Eu
genlo Fernando Antonio Venanclo,
come here!" It would take too long
to use all tlv twelve names given to
him at his christening. It Is probable
tnat sne simply says, "Oo tootslo,
wootsle, darling 'Ittla p'ecloua sweetl
kins, tome to 'our own loving momsle
Gen. Kurokl. In his recent vlnlt. laid
a soft hand an the loud mouUi which
rocl.njs a war between thla country
ana japan in the future. A transla
tlon of one of his utterances rlnits
clear suild the din of martial trura
pets: "Th profession which I have
the misfortune to follow Is noble only
becaune sometimes It Is neevhkury to
establibh conditions iu which peace
may be maintained and in which the
arts of peace may flum-lnli."
Appreciation day Is the name of a
new festival in a New York high
schut'l. It oili-lnated last year, when
one of tlto girls In the cooking clab g
anggeKted eutertalnisig all ttudr old
Fiaiiiinar-school teachers. The M
appealed to the other girls, aud the
teachers were invited to au entertain
nient by their former pupils. The girls
did all the pleasant things thty could
thick of to uiuxe their guests happy,
on me tiieory that It l much better
to do a kind deed to a live teacher
than to say appreciative things over
the Collin of a dead one.
Four churches M Chicago are to es
ttblish vacation schools. While the
croakers are croaking tunelessly
about tbe church not being In touch
with the peoylt that organization cou.
tlnties to do much practical good with
out making a fubS about It, suys the
DI ite the completion of the Sim
pIc-.B tunnel and the invention of the
Ir-lilp. "liiyoud tbe Alps Lies Italy"
and "iiltrh Your Wagon to a Star"
t'ontliuie to lv called out by aspiring,
yooi.'g graduates about tin's 'liua of ths
WIND AND HAIL IN NLBKASKA.
Qulldingt Wra Unroofed. Ctore fronts
Blown In and Stocks cf Goods In
jured Small Grain Destroyed.
tying Pine, NVb.l.ong linn w,t
visited by n tornado Sunday n t m tit ai l
hcAVy damage was done-. With but
few exceptions, nil the front of store
buildings were blown In. The Meth
odic church w demolished, the roof
of the North' ett rn roundhouse was
blown off and trees In the trc-?ls
were blown to shreds. The Diamond
livery barn was demolished. The roof
of Berger's department store- was
torn off and much damage done to
his stock of good. All the board
fences In town tiro down. Great dam
age was dime to Kyner'g mills. Sev
eral runaways occurred at the begin
ring of tha storm.
Telephone lines are all down and
the streets are Just a mass of trees,
fitters, barns, etc. The city fire sta
tion was blown over and the rity Jail
demolished. The railroad coal chut
was partly destroyed. Te wind was
followed op by a terrific hail storm
which demolished practically all the
windows that the tornado had left
Heavy damape Is reported done bv
this hnil storm to the crops. Small
ernln is practically dest roved. The
damage done t. I,ong Pine bv the
wind and hail will be In excess of
Judge Lsndis Gets Facts.
Chicago. The Inoulrv bv ji,rtir
Iandis of the Tnited States district
court Into the financial condition and
resources of the Standard Oil com
pany was begun and finished Satur
day Inside of two hours. The chief
witness was John D. Rockefeller, pres
ident of the Standard Oil comi.anv rf
New Jersey. Verv littu
was derived from him. From other
witnesses Judge Land! derived the
Information h. .1 c
. c e &tniard Oil
if . TV y la lne own'r
bs K f th S,OCk of
and that It l Com"an-v of """n '
tt,- t-i " .7 " ,a'ee "nare l
- iu ajiuk une,
Guatemala Wants a Navy. '
Mexico City, Mex. President .
. -- ,
Guatemala Is negotiating
. ... t.iNrw a navy to meet the
mticlpated attack of President 7
laya cf Nicaragua. It was learned
from a high source here that Cabrera
had recently secured $300,000 cold
sn a forced loan and that with tCis
sum he will purchase gunboat. The
Mcaraguan fleet in the Pacific wa
ters consists of three gunboats. Sn
lso had three gunboats on the At
iantlc For a Commercial Congress.
St. Louis, Mo. Ex-Governor Tin.
vld R. Francis, as chairman nr
committee on programme, has Issued
.ne orncial call for the nineteenth
inniial segslfnj of the Trans-Mississippi
commercial congress, to be held
in Muskogee, I. T.. November 9 to
22- The call is issued to governors
if states and territories and aJl pub
lic and commercial' bodies in the
Japanese Here to Learn.
New York. Baron G. U. Ta
mamoto. vice admiral of the Im
perial Japanese navy and minister of
marine during the Russian Japanese
war. Is expected in New York July 8
In company with five other Japanese
naval officers comprising a commis
sion for the etudy of the latest naval
Improvements preparatory to the re
fitting of some of the Japanese Navy
Nsw President for Topeka Bank.
Topeka. Kansas. Dr. W. S. Woods
president of the National rtnnk of
Commerce of Kansas City has been
?lected president of th. Clt'zen State
bank tjf North Topeka.
Will Not Buy a Mexican Bay.
Washington. Actfng P.rretary of
State Adee Sunday night dented that
th jVnlted States goremmnit hag
tnndo any otertunw, or contemplates
any negotiations for purchase from
the KepuMIc of Mexico of a naval site
:'n Mat'laii-iiit bay, Jn lower Califor
nia. The governs, nt has no Idea of
Dialing any siirh proposition to Mex
ico, be suld.
A Sensible Conviction.
Toklo. The Japanee newstianera
deprecate the evlilmce of excitement
In tbe V tilted Hta'.-H and expn- tho
''(.nvirtljn that 11 sources of trouble
between eh.. tW(, countries will soon
bp removed Inr.sniuch us tbe Was!,ing-
"i government. ll. y think. l riot
dt'slrous cf doing Justice tbun tl.a
Only Seven Dead In Wisconsin
La Crose. Wisconsin. Comtdcfa
r ci'oct from the wliole tornado s.i
district enst of Iji Crosse show only
seven persons to have b.;i killed
lnift.:ad of 20. a first renorf it
Progress of th Canal,
Washington, D. C. The total ex.
ravations from the Panama canal
during June, according to a dlsnutch
from -the chief engineer, Lieutenant
Colonel Goethals, was 7S0.SG7 ruMa
Rockefeller in Cleveland.
Cleveland. Ohio. John .11 Itocke-
felbT arrived In Cleveland from Chi
cago over thtf Lake Bhoie taliwav at
o'clock Sunday uiurning tind hbta-
d to Lis Forest Jii;i home
JOHN D. TO
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NO MORE C. 0. D. LIQUOR
Express Companies Need not Carry
Such Shipments to Kansas.
Judge Pollock Revokes Former Or
derCommon Carriers Under N
Obligations to Receive Goods
Kansas City, Mo. Judge John
C. Pollock of the Vnited States circuit
court, revoked the mandatory order
Friday morning compelling express
companies to carry C. O. D. Uqmw
,nd denied the temnorarv inlunctlnn
against the Wells Fa reo Express com-
Pany and thePaclflc Express company
asked by the Harvest-King Distilling
All technicalities raised by the at
torneys for the complainants were
waived and Judge Pollock decided
the case purely on Its merits. After
viic lore jyui r i uli no uiriiu. Attn i
quoting several authorities the jadge !
said in bis order:
"It is clear that express companiea
are under no obligation or duty in
common law to engage in C. O. D.
carriage of goods, but that the obliga
tion Imposed to collect the- purchase
price of the article ehlpp-:d Is an ob
ligation that must rest In contract and
not in an obligation imposed by law."
Several express companies announ
ced. May 15, that they would no long
er carry C. O. D. liquor shipments
into Kansas, giving as their reasons
that public sentiment U opposed to
such traffic In the face of the Kansas
prohibition law. The manager of on
cf the express companies said that
he had decided it was morally wron
to carry C. O. D. liquor shipments,
even though It was jermltted by the
Interstate commerce law. "
The attorneys for the distilling com
panies urged that the expreFs com
panies had no legal right to refuse
C. O. D. shipments of llqu-jr. Judge
Pollock issued a mandatory . order
June 1 compelling the express com
panies to carry the C. O. D. ship
ments until the questions at Usue
might be presented to the court in
proper form. This order he has re
voked. Squires a False Alarm,
Oct-anview Ringside, Cal., 15111
Squires the mystery from Australia,
lasted a portion cf a round when
Tommy Bums solved the mystery
with a succession of right hand blows
to the Jaw and the fight was over.
The fact that Squires was an un
known quantity bad lent Interest to
the fight and the biggest crowd that
ever gathered at an outdoor contest
assembled Just outside San Francisco
to w itness the contest. ,
No Perrts for the Japs.
San Francisco, Calif. Tue board
of K)llre commissioners Thursday
denied the application of five Japa
nese for the privilege of renewing
their penult to keep intelligence of
fices in this city and refused two
Japanese applicants who desired to
obtain new permit for the same
hUKlnesx, on the grouud that t!.e ap
plicant were not cltkens of the
.Cannot Exclude Nesr Children.
Topeka. The sn re-ne court Friday
night d-'cl.Iod that the cltv of Wichi
ta, by It board of education, in the
absence of statutory authority, has
I'd rU:ht to exclude a child, by reason
of It color, from public schools.
Railroad Company Fined $15,000.
Rochester. N. Y. The New
York CYnlial railroad company was
fined $15,000 In tiie federal court Fri
day aftern'xjii for failure to file rates
on a shipment of oil for the Standard
Findings in Harrlmsn Cats Soon.
Washington. It a said Tuewdrty
by a jMiewber of tbe interstate com
jiieriu cotiiuilsio:t that ttit finding
In the case of F.dard 11 llurrliiian,
which ha been under investigation by
tha commission for several Diouths,
would be completed and inadw public
probably within two weeks.
N Woman Sjff-jae There.
Cape Town, Afrit Tbe nVf
Thursday re'j'-ct"! r resolution In
favor of womeu tuffras by CO vote
PUT THE tyAN IN JAIL.
President Wilson of Princeton Says
Fining of Corporations Is Use
less to Curs Evils.
- Norfolk, Va. Gov. Hushes of New
York, and Woodrow Wilson, presi
dent of Trlnceton university, were
the orators of the day at the Joint
Independence day celebration and
first annual reunion of the lineal de
scendants of the signers of the Dec
laration of Independence at the
Jamestown exposition Thursday.
The singing of "Columbia." and
other patriotic soncs by the chorus of
children preceded the addresses ol
Gov. Hughes anl Dr. Wilson.
Individual accountability for the
acts of corporations, tbe arrest and
Imprisonment of corporation heads
instead of the fining or dissolution
of corporatons themselves Is the
remedy for the monopolistic tenden
cies and the unlawful practice of
. , . "
mern ustries. urped Dr. Wilson.
One really responsible man in
Jail he said, "one real originator
of the schejnes and transactions
which are contrary to the public In
terest , legally lodged In the pent
bentiary would be worth mo-e than
a thousand corporations mulcted In
fines If the firm Is to be genuine and
What the country netnls. Mr. Wil
son set forth, is not government own
ership of railroads, etc.. but laws that
will attack and punish presidents
and general managers of railroads
for evasions and violations of th
statutes. Stock manipulates, he
calla "sheer thefts," and says they
should be punished as such. Failure
to do so, In his mind. Is like over
looking highway robberies.
To Compile Catholic Statistics.
St Louis. It was learned that the
Rev. John J. Glennon. archbishop of
St. Louis, has Just been appointed by
the I'nlted States census bureau as
special ageat to compile complete sta
tistics of the Catholic population o!
the country, estimated at 15.00(1.00
Archbishop Glennon has appointed
Rev. J. J. TannratU of St. Louis, chief
assistant, and has written to all the
bishops in the Vnltvd States, asking
Raisuli Makes a Capture.
Tangier.. General Sir Heury Mac
Lean, commander of t he sultan's
Kdy guard and next to the sultan the
most influential man In Morocco, has
been captured by Ralsull. the bandit
chief. . Ralsull has announced that
he will hold the g-nnral a prisoner
until the sultan grant the terms
which he, Ralsull, demands for Ms
own pardon and Macl.ean's release.
Are Stilt Officers.
Heaver, Colo. Charles H. Moy
er was retained ns president and
William II. Haywood as secretary
treasurer of the Western federation
of Miners by t'ie federation conven
tion Tuesday although they are Im
prisoned In Idaho on the charge of
complicity In the murder of Fonn.-r
Governor Frank St'nim-nberg.
War on the "Warpath.-
Norfolk, Virginia. A riot oc
currtd W'.-dncsd.iy night nt the
Jatuctown exposition, to.iowlng an
attempt of members Of the South
Carolina and Kentucky regiment to
taka charge of the '.'Warpath, " which
attempt the Powhattan guard re
sisted. Scleral were Injurtxl.
BroWe World's Hmrr Record.
New York. John Flunnagan
broke the world's Impound ham
mer record fiotn a nine foot circle at
tbe Irish Counties At'iletic Union
games Thursday. He threw 173 feel
Tbe Packers Civ Up.
Kansas City, Mo, The packert
Wtdin-nd.iy agre.ii to waive the "posl
mortem" rule, on all cattle bought In
the Kansas City maiket, except dairy
cow. The commission men rgarj
tbl a a complete victory, as tlier
are practlca ily no dairy cows sold In
Blew Down Prison Wall.
Behastopol. The explosion ol
an Infernal machine here Friday
h.itturid tbe prison wall. Twenty po
litical ji--.-uers escaped.
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SPANISH WAR VETERANS,
Nstlensl Encampment of the Army tf
tbf Philippines to be Held in
Kansas City, Mo. Th national
nranipnx'tit of thn Army of th
Philippines Is to be held In Kun'tis
City, Aucufit 1:1, 14. 1.1 and IS. Plans
to entertain the delegates and vls
llors are bring made by the numbers
of the. Ioiil A. Crnlg ramp. The an
nual reunion of ths Twentieth Kan
sas rrRlmt-iit Is to be held in roitjune
tlon with the encampment. Uecause
of the crntral location of Kansas
City the attendance la expected to
be uu'.ixtiully lurge.
"Lieutenant General Arthur Mc
Arthur, U. S. A., who Is commander-
In-ehlcf of the society, will attend
this encampment," It. G. Harris, ad
jutant of the camp here, said Wednes
lay. Among others who will attend
are Mrigadior General Frederick C,
Funtori and Colonel Wilder S. Met-
ralf of the Twentieth Kansas; Brig.
idler General Irving Hale of Denver
snd Prig?dler General Charles King."
COUNTING THE VICTIMS.
Thirty-six Persons Killed and 1,471
injured Whlls Celebrating Inde
Cblcago.Thtrty -six porsona wera
killed and 1.471 Injured while cele
bratns; Independence day, according.
eo ttie Kecord llerald. which made a
canvass of the accidents In the entire
I'nlted States durln the next 24 hours,
in Chicago lx persona were kill'Hi
by revolvers which were supposed to
be unloaded, and with the deadly
Slant fire crackers. New York fur
nUhed seven of the dead, while ths
remainder of the list of fatalities are
scattered over the oenntry.
In the list of injured many were se
riously hurt and a number will un
doubtedly die of their injuries. The
greater number of Injuries were
caused by the cannon firecracker and
this list Is made up in a great part ol
children who did not understand how
to handle them.
Ignored Nebraska Law.
Lincoln. Neb. Attorney Gener
al Thompson Friday evening. In
the supreme court enjoined the five
express companies doing business In
the state from seeking to evade Ce
provisions of tbe law reducing ex
prets rates IS per cent. Th new
law went Into effect Friday. Tiius
far all of the companies have Ignored
It. In that they have filed no sched
ules with the stats railway commis
sion, indicating compliance with the
enactment. The companies are sub-Jo-t
to p'-naitlo at the discretion of
The "Descendants" Organize.
Norfolk. Va. "The order of the
signers of the Iiertaratton of Inde
pendence," was temporarily organ
ized at the- Jamestown tipoMtlvn
Friday by the election of William
Shield McKean of Washington. I). C,
president and Thomas J. Randolph of
Norfolk, secretary. The "descend
ants" of which there were !00 In at
tendance, adjourned to niet here
again In October, 190S, th anniver
sary of the surrender of Cornwall!,
and effect a permanent organization.
Harrlman's Nsw Order, ,
New York, A policy of In
forming the public of the details of a'J
accidents on the railroads composing
th Harrlmsn system was put Into cf
feet Monday by order of E. 11. Harrl
man. according to an official an
nouncement made by the Union PaC!
flc Railroad company. It Is stated
that Mr. Harrlman has ordered that
full reports shall be made and prompt
ly given to the press concerning all
accidents on the t'nlon Pacific and
Southern Pacific systems and on the
Fleet Will Co to Pacific.
Oakland. Calif. Secretary of th0
Navy Victor II. Metcalf, In an Inter
view Thursday confirmed the report
that a large part of the United States
nsvy will be sen In Pacific waters
next winter. Eighteen or twenty of
the largest battleship will conj
around Cape Horn on a practice
cruise and will bo seen In San Fian
Deported the Muti -veers.
Vlllafranrbo, France, T"o-ps and
Ktidarmea lining the rout a prevented
a jopular demonstration rs l"'.'') men
of tho mutinous 17th Inf mtry miirched
Wednesday , t the wnarf where they
embarked on rrulsers for Sfax, Tunis.
Ho on as tho men were on board ths
crulstus beaded out to sea.
Schmiti's Nerve Yet Good.
San Francisco. Mayor Eugene:
SchmiU, who is awaiting sentence ui
diT conviction of extuilion. In an In
terview Tuesday afternoon, authorized
lbs Associated Press to say that b
will be a candidate for reelection to a
Busy at tri Summer Capital.
Oyster Hay, N. V. Celebration of
the- 'Fourth made apparently little
difference In the transaction of gov
ernment business bv Prtvldent
Roosevelt Thursday. The executive
stuff went through tha usual routlns
Railroad Attorney Drop Dead.
IMwardsvllIrt, III. Charles N.
Travou. gtneral attorney for the
Wal.ash railroad In Illinois, dropped
dwd to the yard of hi boin.i bera
Tuesday uionilr.g of heart diuise.
THEY HAVE SERVED JOHN D
Officers Finally Located Oil Magnate
t rjtufield, Una.
Must Appear In Federal Court at Chi
cago and Tell Judge Land I a
About Standard Oil.
Pittsfleld, Mass. After a searcU
las'Jng nearly twn weeks. tu
which reprisentative of Hie I'nlted
States marshals- of Chicago, Cleveland
New Yorlt and Itovton have been en
deavoring to serve upon John D. Rock
efeller, head of the Standard Oil
company; a subpoena Issued by Judge-
Landis of the federal court of Chica
go. Mr. Rockefeller was located In
this city Wednesday and personal
service made upon him by deputy
I'nlted States Marshal Charles L.
Frlnk of North Adams.
Early in the day. Deputy Marshals
Frlnk and James Ruhl, the latter
of Boston office, visited Taconlc farm,
but E. Parmalee Prentice told them
that his father In law was cot there.
The officers professed to be satisfied
with the statement and dVparted. re
marking that they had no search war
rant which would ptTtnlt them to go
through th house.
Deputy Ruhl boarded the train f"t
floston and Deputy Frlnk went to his
home In North Adam, about 25 rrlie
from this city. Ijiter Deputy Frlnk
decided to pay another visit to tfti
farm and he roturnrd to Pittsfleld
and secretly drove out there in the
afternoon. He proceeded through
the wooded driveway Into th open
Space In front of the hous and rec
ognized Mr Rockefeller sitting oo
the plana. Tr-e deputy passed th
subpoena to the oil man explaining
at the same time that Mr. Rockefel
lor's presence In the federal court
at Chicago on July 6 was needed.
Railroad Demurrer Denis.
Jefferson City. Mo. The su
preme court in Banc denied the de
murrer of the Missouri Pacific rail
road to the ouster suit instituted by
Attorney General Hadloy to dissolve
the alleged merger of the Missouri
Pacific. Wabash and other Gould In
teresta in Missouri. The rs II roads
will be given time- to file an answet
to- the suit but this will not be done
until the October term of court.
Holmes Jury Disagreed.
Washington. D. C. After being
out for almost IC hoars, the Jury In
the trial of Former Asoclate Statia
ticlan E. 8. Holme. Jr.. of the depart
mnt of agriculture, on the charge
of conspiring to defraud the govern
ment by giving out thw department'
crop Information Wedneday at 4:4J
p. in., reported a disagreement.
Bonapart Wants Information.
San Francisco, United State
Attorney Devlin haa received a letter
from Attorney General Bonaparte
asking htm to make an Investigation
and report Immediately uion tbe ac
tion of the San Ftanclsco officials tu
refusing to grant licenses to employ,
ment agencies conducted by Jara
Fleet Movement Is Wise.
London. Eng. The transfer of the
American flivt to the Pacific is a mat
ter cf great Interest to the DritlsU
press. The Tost in an editorial artlclw
aays It regards this move as a most
natural and Intelligible outcome of th
new position of the United States aa
a world power, the only wonder being
that tbl decision was not sojucr.
Shot While Raiding a Joint
Oklahoma City, Okls. J. It.
Maddox, a diuty United States mar
shal, was shot and killed and Dr. R. A.
Kaupper, another officer was probably
fatally wounded when they raided a
"Joint" near Porum Friday, James
Tltrworlh, proprietor of the ptsro
Is under arrest.
The Missing Bank Tell' Captured.
New Yoik. Chester !!. Hun
n, the missing teller of th Wind
sor Trust company, who disappeared
with about I'jfi.ooO of Ci company's
funds seversl day agJ. waa arrested
In this city Friday, Human tank
$f.l,nV) wUn arreted.
Sane Fourth at San Francisco.
S.iu Francisco. The. Fourth trai
quietly celebrated la this city. Vrfi
crackers and firework were barred,
but the park and the pleasure
ground were throngel aid music
nnd athletic spur' f.unished enter
tainment t'i ITiOUs.ind..
Miners Work Etflht Hours In France.
Paris, France The bill fixing C;e
maximum time for lahor in the mtn.
at eight b:iurs per day was pashcj
Friday by the chamber of deputies.
German Banker Arrested.
Berlin, Germany Herr Knoir. a
banker nt Ariklam. I'omeranla, has
been arrested on the cliarso' of tiiibc
Demands Gen, MacLean's Release.
I.ond.m. Eng. The British gov
ernment has demanded of the Moroc
can government t'.iat prompt steps be
taken to ensure tho release of Cald
Fir Harry MtcL.an. commander vt
tho sultan's bodyguard, who was cap
tured by Ralsull .the bandit chief.
Adopted Express Schedule.
Montgomery, Ala. The Alaba
ma railroad commission Thursday
adopted a rate schcdulo for ex-pi-es
companies opra.lug - lit this