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TMC RICH HILL TfilCUNE
JH'CKHHY & lU'CKKHV, Publishers
CLUDC A. HUOWN. Kilter.
RICH Hit.!.. "TTr.TT.. MISSOURI.
The Picture and the Story.
F. R. Whiteside, sorrowing over tha
painter's lack of proper appreciation
In the r.iiokroaii, arks why the painter
should lie exported to pnlut m story,
saying that although the painter de
pends upon the writer fir his widest
publicity, the writer discusses the
Idea, the nie a.uiug of the pi turn, to
the exclusion of the qualities that to
the pHinter are reason for Its exist
ence. "Wheu the painter write about
a picture," sny Mr. Whiteside, "be
speaks of the qualities he sees In It.
qualities of selection, form, color and
composition, but ha little to nay about
the subject. The average layman
frankly admits that he knows nothing
about pictures; but he generally quali
fier bin remark with. 'I know what I
IUe." And usually that Is some picture
that he has read about, or that appeals
to him through its story-telling quail
lies. If his Interest goes deeper In
Head of securing his knowledge at
Crst hand from pictures themselves,
ht get a b.nk on 'How to Study Pic
tures,' written by a man untrained in
the painter' art, unfamiliar with his
aims, and out of sympathy with his
.point of rlew. A writer would be
amply Justified In vigorously object
ing to a painter as a reviewer of his
books; a musician would naturally
protest against a sculptor as musical
critic. The position of the painter Ic
Congresa of Bootblacks.
A German magazine, the Sud
deutschen Monatsheflen. has just
printed a delightful "special account"
af the meeting of the first internation
al congress of bootblacks, which It
gravely represent as having occurred
in Faris on the 14th and 15th of June,
w ith delegates from all over the world.
We have not space to reproduce the
speech of the minister of public
works, who opened the congress, in
place of the suddenly indisposed presi
dent of France, beyond reporting that
be described the modern boot as the
basis upon which all civilized peoples
took their stand. He was followed by
M. Grenler of I'aris, who. In a speech
lasting only three hours, laid down the
Jemanda which the bootblack fraterni
ty is prepared to make to the nations of
the world, and for which be asked the
approval of the congress. They are
s follows: (1) Going barefoot In rent
ed apartments and in rooms not whol
ly enclosed must be rigorously forbid
den; (2) wooden shoes are to be per
mitted between the hours of seven a.
m. to seven p. m. only In cities of 5.
OcO or more inhabitants; (3) walking
about in very dirty shoes in larger
titles Is forbidden under very heavy
penalties, and (4) household servants
are forbidden to clean shoes under
any circumstances, this work being
restricted to regularly examined pub
Considerable attention has lately
been attracted to what Is called "the
madman will." The testator, des
cribed as "Charlea Lounsbury, an In
sane pauper in an Illinois hospital,"
gives to boys "Jointly, ail the useful
Idle fields and commons where ball
may be playfd, and all anow-clad hills
w here one may coast, and all streams
and ponds where one may skate, to
have and to hold the same for the
period of their boyhood; and all
meadows with the clover blooms, and
the butterflies thereof; and all woods
with their appurtenances of squirrels
snd whirring birds aud ali echoe and
Jt range noises." and so on Tor several
tiioio items. The "will" ni written
as a literary amusement by a young
army officer, slnre changed into
lawyer, and was published as sueT in
Harper's Weekly for September 3,
18!)8. Rut notwithstanding this, every
boy, when he attains years of appreci
ation, enters Into the enjoyment ol
It Is ehtlmated that the total regis
Iratlon in the Philippines will not ex
feed 61,000, or one voter to every 143
Inhabitants. In Manila only 7.109
have registered, 00 of whom an
Americans. These figures do not in
Ik-ate an over-eager desire to exor
:Uo the voting privilege, and lavs
?rcally disappointed those who ex
peeled that the Filipinos would regard
.t as a precious boon. Tbey lno show
with tolerable conclusiveness that our
indulgent treatment has made nt
lining impression on the bulk of thf
it lander, and that they would bo m
gl:id to bo rid of us as many Ainerl
rant! would be to get rid of them.
One hears so seldom lioiu the once
famous actress Ixitta that It Is quite
Surprising tJ leurn that with her bro
ther. Jack Ciabtree, she owns one ol
the l.est airings of horses n training
this season, if she is as successful la
the no .s as she was on the stage ahe
will win big money.
Lieut b'liackltii-n' dash for the
south pole doc not eeiu i absurd,
ronkidt ring the way thlu's hi Lest
FREEDOM FOR HJIYWCCD
The Jury Refused to Convict th
The Jurors State That th Judge'
Chxrps Was Largely Responsible
For Their Decision.
Hois . Idaho Into the bright sun-
light of a beautiful sabbath morning,
Into the stillness of a city drowsy
with the lazy slumber of a summer
8und.iv, William It. Haywood, defend
ant in one of the most noted trials in
volving conspiracy and murder that
the country has ever known, walked
Sunday a free man, acquitted of the
murder of Former Governor FranS
The probability of a verdict of ac
quittal In the ease of The secretary
treasurer and acknowledged leader
of the Western Federation of Miners,
had been freely predicted since Satur
day when Judge Fremont Wood read
his charge which Is regarded strong
ly favoring the defense In Its interpre
tation of the laws of conspiracy, cir
cumstantial evidence and the corro
boration of an accomplice who con
fesses. Inquiry among the Jurors after theit
dismissal revealed some of the ele
ments entering into their decision.
Samuel D. Oilman, the last man to be
won over to tho ' defense, declared
that a majority of the men seemed
convinced that the general tone of the
court's Instructions Indicated that the
defendant should be freed. Flnlej
McHean. who voted consistently foi
acquittal from the first, declared thai
tho judge's Instructions seemed to
settle all doubt as to the course he
Jurors James Robertson, the good
natured Scotchman at whose house
here In Boise Governor Sleuncnbcrg
boarded for more than two vears,
T couldn't reconcile my self to vot
ing any other way than with the de
fense under the law and the evidence
there was nothing else for us to do.
The last fellow who held out against
acquittal belongs to the same frater
nal organization that I do. There was
aome talk of a compromise on a sec
ond degree verdict, but we wouldn't
stand for that It either had to be ac
quittal or I would have stayed there
Juror Samuel F. Russell, the senior
member of the panel, said:
There was nothing against Hay
wood but suspicion and inference and
when we came to dove-tall the evi
dence lu the jury room It didn't seem
somehow to fit."
Precident Gomoera' Comment.
Washington, D. C President Com-
pers of tho American Federation
of Labor Sunday night in an interview Thls 18 exclusive of the force employ
regarding the outcome of the Hay- j p1 h ih Panama railroad,
wood trial at Uolse. Idaho, declared I Tne chief sanitary officer reports
that no honest American iurv could i fiat out of 4.3"i white American em-
have brought In any other verdict,
Mr. Gompers said: "The Idaho jury
and all the American people are to be
congratulated upon the acquittal of i
Haywood. The testimony of Orchard I
confessing Mat he was a mauifold
murderer; mat he was a bigamist, j
burglar, incendiary, thief, liar and j
fraud, was enought to sicken the ,
hearts of all of our people. Upon I
such testi.-.iy. it wa3 unthinkable j
that a Jury of honest American cltl- i
tens would hang even a el!ow dog."
The Glsss Jury Disagrees.
San Francisco, Calif. The Jury
In the case of Louis' Glass, Vice presi
dent and general manager of the
Pacific States Telephone & Telegraph
company, accused of having bribed
Charles A. Boxton. a member of the
board of citv supervisors, through the
agency of Theodore A. HalHey, to
withhold a franchise from a rival cor
poration, was unabld to agree on a
verdict an.I was discharged Sunday
afternoon after being out 48 hours.
Fire In Nsw York Tenement.
New Yolk. An eiplolon ac
pf tnpBiiled y fire shuttered an east
side tenement lale Sunday night and
with the crumbling walls ten peruon
went down to death while twice m
many w.-re probably fatally In
jured. Elevator Fell Five Stories.
Et. Louis. Mo. The breaking of
a cable plunged an elevator down five
tones in the Ely . Walker Dry
rioods company building Kunday, kill
ing John Ward and Paul J. Grote.
Coney Island Hi a Blaze.
New York, N. Y. Coney Ibland,
the play ground of New York's mil
lions was vihlHd by a disastrous fire
early Sunday and seven Muck In the
b.!uiis nit Lt zone were di utrowd.
Mro. Oliver P. Morton U Dead.
Iti:?;;'lKipo!s, Itid. Mrs Liirln
da M. Morku. wife of Oliver P. Mor
ton, Indiana's war governor, died late
Sunday at her home in t LU. city. She
was 82 years oil.
Hou.' tua. Texas. The r erui'i'r.;
office hi re of the rei!iii:ir ar
my received Instructions to enlist .for
the- colored cavalry except tonally de
sirable? negroes, the first nllstiiie'ils,
of negroes since the iirow nvllle af
fair. The four negro regiment In the
ctgulur army are now lu the Philip
pine aud those now enlisted will be
sent to the Orient to Join these regi
ments. Instruction are to accept on
ly young n- gro men who can lead ami
wiite with case aud who are well rvx
Japan has decided to retaliate on
The Hague conference by ousting tl
PANAMA CANAL REPORT
Excavation In the Culebra Cut 624,
5S6 Cubic Yards.
Working Force Last Month Was 23,
327 Only Four Deaths Among
4.300 White Americans.
Washington, D. C The
report of the oierr.tlons
IsthruUn canal commission
Isthmus for June last wea
The excavation In the Culebra divi
sion was 624.5S6 cubic yards against
669,265 cubic yards during May, and is
more than three times the amount
taken out in June, 1906. The report
lays that with 19.000 yards per shove!
as the maximum output during the
dry season. 16.000 yards per shovel
sannot be considered a serious falling
Dff when the excessive rr.lnfa!l (13.34
Inches) for June is taken Into account.
The excavation at Oatun amounted
to 73.013 cubic yards, and In the
Canal Prism 81,352 cubic yards were
The report of the department of la-
hor ari(1 headquarters shows the total
orning rorce on June as
j i'lo-v3 there were only four deaths!
l during the month a'ld out of ritxiut 6,-j
! "'"() w hites oilier than Americans i
"'ere were tint 1.". deaths. Out of
a,lout 2!,-r'on colored employes there
'ere deaths making a total of .
deaths in June nsainst Sfi In May.
Taking all deaths of employes to
potRHr "nIv 12 deaths lu June were
to ,lat arB considered climatic
Upases malaria and dysenterj and
nfm of th"se occurred amoii the
white American empleyes.
To Tell His Troubles to Roosevelt.
London, Eng. Two members of
the Korean delegation that was refus
ed recognition by The Hague peace
conference. Yi TJyoncoul aud Prince
Yl Tjylng Chi. left Southampton
Wednesday on board the steamer
Majestic for New York. The former
raid: "I shall travel direct to Wash
ington, where I hope to sen President
Uofisevelt. It Is my intention to show
America that Japan made its treaty
of November 1 '.!, without the con
s. nt of the Emperor of Korea or the
cabinet and that Korea never gave
up her Independence on Consented to
the JapRnene proleetoi ate."
New Perkins Case Factor.
Top ka. Kansas. C. W. Harnes.
suiwrtiiteiuleiit of Insurance, has been
nsked to invest Igato the circumstances
it It tiding the death of L. II. Perkins
In Ijiwrence, with a view to taking
action against the Mutual Life Insur
ance company of New York for failure
to make aymeiit cf the policies It
had written on Perkin's life. .Mr.
Lames probably will Investigate the
case, Lut there is little probability
that he will take action so long as
the suit now pending U undecided In
the federal courts.
Preparing for Es-Soldier.
Kansas lty. Mo. Five thous
and delegates and alniut 20.000 visi
tors are expected to tie In Kansas
City August 13111 to attend tho na
tional encampment i.f the Army of
the Philippines, mid the reunion of
the Tw-emit th rwat;:aa ngiment. A
programing ha bet n prepared and
Ix-tiile l.usliit-K e; sions It include!!
a military purade, a baiKpiel, a smok
er, and a trip to Fort Leavenworth.
The Dominican Treaty Proclaimed.
Wellington. 1. (V The president
Thuisday sliM.id a prtxiamatl n noti
fying the public of the rontiu.slou of
the Iiomiukiiti treaty. Similar action
was taken In Santo ltoiiiiugo bv
Invertlgatlng Columbia Disaster.
San Francisco, Cal An Investi
gation Into th,- rauu of the wreek of
the sleauier Columbia beguu
Thursday a.'li inoou by Captain Jot.u
llerinliighaiu, supervising lusptx tor of
tti-amiihlp la hi district.
Korea for asnrft fid liA 1 rlawsnraa
present Empsror. Cafcl Dispatch.
MOSEY FOR P0TTAWA10MIES.
Payment Is Being Made Under an Old
Treaty To Bring Guardianship
to an End.
Holton, Kansas. Sl hundred and
sixty Indians of the PotUwatomio
tribe are being paid $348. HS each on
the Pottawatomie reservation near
The government recently decided to
pa the I'ottaw atomie Indians the
amount due them under the treaties Of
1S4S and bring the guardianship to an
end If possible. Congress last winter
appropriated J4I4.14S.77 to make the
settlement. The Interior department
ordered that two payments be made.
One is for $20,064.24. now In progress
at the agency. The data cf the second"
paybent of flS4.OS4.57 has not yet
Where the head of the family is re
sponsible, he is allowed to collect for
the children. Otherwise the Kovern-
i 1Pnt hoilis th mowy ,h) c, ,,,
dren are IS years old. The largest
amount drawn by one family was $4.
2J 3S, This sum was paid to ihe wife
and ten children of James Hiandoti. a
white man who has been interpreter
at lln Pottawatomie atsency tor near
ly 4U years. The payment is made by
ch.iks under the direction of (5. L.
Viilia.ms, the agent.
Must Reduce Oklahoma Rates.
Washington.' P. C In a decision
announce.! Friday by Commissioner
Prouty, the Interstate Commerce Com
mission held that the Territory of Ok
lahoma has Just cause of complaint
against the Chiragj. Kock Island &
Pacific railway and other interstate
carrier on account of their rates on
wheat and corn from Oklahoma to
Galveston. Tex., for export. After a
hearing of the case the commission
has decided that the rates are unrea
sonable and has ordered them to be
Will Annex the Congo.
KrucM-l, Ilelglum. The close of
King Leopold's long struggle to stave
off th. annexation of the Congo to
Belgium and to retain his personal
sovereignty over this rich and exten
sive African sute. Is foreshadowed in
the agreement reailei on July 12 be
tween the Ileiglan and Lo Congo gov
ernments, elaborating the terr:; upon
which the Congo Free State snail
pa Into the pobsession of Belgium.
Storm Det-troy Nebraska Crops.
Lincoln, Neb. A Journal special
from O'Neill. Neb., say a violent
wind and hall storm did heavy dam
k Wednesday evening in northern
Holt county. The wind wo of such
forte as to wreck building and kill
livestock. A section of rich farming
country 22 mile long and 14 wide m
swept over and tho destruction of
crop is complete.
Topekan Probably Lost, Too.
Tokepa, Kaunas. The family and
friends of I ora uud Saruh Shull.
daughter of Mr. and Mr. L'ltsa Khiill
of H21 West Sixth avenue, who
were ou the Columbia, which went
down off the coast of California Sat
urday at mMr.lnh. have given up
hope that they may be amoni; the
uiildi nt if it d resc jed.
She Deluded the English.
liondoii. F.ngUnd Mrs. Josej hine
I'slt was Friday found guilty of the
charge of defrauding number of well
known faiiiilits by false pretensts aud
s.-nt eiic. ! t five year penal si rvl
tude. It was her custom to reprevetit
herself an a friend of J. 'i.-rp )iit Mor
gan and declare he gul-li J her Invest
ment. Contents to Opium Inquiry.
Ptklii, China.- The Chinese gov
ernment ha formally uiiumuced its
assent to tho prismal madH by the
I'nlttd Mate for a Joint luveitlga
tlou by tlui Hwers. Imiuding China
Into the whole question of tho opium
trado and of the production of opium.
Butte, Mont., Plumber Strike.
Uutte. Montana The local plumb
er union etrut k Thursday for K p,.r
day of fight hour. The men now re
ceive 7. lloiidliiK aicgreyated at $1.
000,0u under construction are tied up.
KEGRASKA LAW IS VUI
Judce MuncerKefused to Grant Ex
press Componlea aa Injunction.
Hs Holda th Act Reduclrg Expresi
rtates Constitutional Ccmmlsslsn
Hsa Decided to Compromise.
Omaha, Nebraska. Judge W. II
Munger, In the federal court Friday
handed down a decision holding that
the Sibley law, panted by the hist leg
lulalure providing for a reduction of
per cent in express rates Is consUtu
tional and denying the application ol
th express companies for a temixir
ry Injunction restraining the Nebras
ka railway commission from enforcing
the law. The court holds that the ex
press companies have made no show
ing that tne commission has done
anything to impair the rights of the
companies, pending an act ton filed 1e
the state supreme court and are there
fore not entitled to an order restrain
ing the commission from enforcing the
law. He says the express companiet
will have opportunity to make 1
showing before the supremo court, but
gives the companies leave to agair
apply for such an order should condi
The decision Is a confirmation of th
refusal of the court to issue the In
Junction prayed for last week.
Lincoln, Nebraska The state rail
way commission has decided tt
proiHiso a compromise with exprett
companies on rate reduction. Undei
the recent legislative enactment th
commission is empowered to reduce
rates 23 per CenL The express com
l'anl-s are resisting and have suggest
ed a 15 per cent cut. holding thut any
thing greater than this will be coufi
calory. On their part the railway com
uussioners propose to i::ake 15 pet
cent the minimum reduction and
per cent the maximum. Speaking for
the members. Commissioner Williams
We hope tu establish a schedule
which will be nccepted by the express
companies and at the same time give
tneir patrons the fce nefst of a 21 pet
cent decrease on the important items
For Missouri' Naval Militia.
Washington. D. C The converted
yacht Huntress, whin a displace
ment of ton ha been assigned to
the use of the Missouri Nava1 militia.
The vessel has Iwn turned over to
the commandant of tho league Island
navy yard, where the necessary re
pairs a,re to bo made and the vessel If
other wise to be put Into commission
for Iter new duty. A crew from the
state militia will take the vessel
around the Atlantic coast to tl.n Gull
of Mexico n:id up the M'.sslssliipl
Respite for "Lord" Barrlngtan.
Jefferson City, Missouri. Gov. Folk
Tuesday k ran led a respite of 3i
") to i.i-ra i- retK-rlt k li.oui
Harrington, under tii-ntenr .j bo
hanged at Clayton, Mo., on luiy ;C
for the murder of Jaui-s P. McCan
Gov. Folk gave as his reason for t;ra-t
Ing the respite to Harrington t h.-t be
desired to have time to fully Invest!
gate and consider the pcllt!vi pre
jsnted by State Supreine Juiv
Graves and Yalllant for commutation
of Harrington's sentence.
Guests of Emperor William.
Merlin. Germany The foreign office
has informed Ambassador Tower that
Ktnepror William will be happy ti
have Hrigadler General WIriftvid b
Edgcrly, Major Cornell peW. Will
cox. Captain Robert K. L Mlchle and
Captain George it. Shelton assigned
to attend the German maneuvers next
September as his personal guests. The
American officer will bo entertained
at the liiM-rlal heuduarter and sup
plied with horses from the Imperial
Wheat Yield of Kansa.
Topt ka. Kansas. Preliminary estl
mates of the wheat yield In Kansas
from 19 counties show an average
jit Id cf about 13 bushel to thu ncre,
which I much better than at first
thought. On that basis . Kansas will
have about 70,000.11(111 bushel of wheat
thlu year. The recent rain will d
lay threshing and prevent t.11 arly
Favors Compulsory Arbitration.
San Francisco California. Compu!
ory arbitration was the sevnoie ol
the Industrial Peace conference Ihur
day. Tho delegate who sinike
thought that measures bboiild be
adopted to bring atsiut liermatieiil
ptaee. Koine of the Slit-akei suggest
ed that labor laws, based upon the
Aut.traU.ia system should be adopted
In Frantx Custody, Now.
Guthrie. Oklahoma. William H
Murray, president at the constitution
al convention h;'.s flbd th origii.ul
parchment copy of the proposed slate
roiihtitiitlou. tir.-etlur uiih the sejKir
ate iirdluai.ee. with tlie secretary ol
Karl Hiu'i Father 6tricken.
Karlsruhe, (i.-ruiariy. The fnht r of
Karl Han. who hn been enteiicd to
death for murder of his wife mot In r.
Fran Mollior. sntf. -re. I a slroke ol
aiHijie xy Tuesday aud lie in criti
Cisternal Sentence Confirmed.
Giiate-tiiallrt City. Gualeiiial The
suit nie court of Guatemala lias coi:
finned the death penalty on all limsti
elite, lie ed lu colineetloil with the re-
ctnt attempt to assassinate Preside nt
JAPAN NOW RULES KOiltA.
Supreme Powers cf Covernmtrt
Placed In th Ham- cf the
Seoul, Japan. Iwnn Yung. pritnler
cf Korea, acting by nuiiii-i,y of
the empereir, given miel.-r thee Imperial
seal at the palace early Wcihn ia.v
und Manints I to. reside nt Ke:.. -t"il ef
Japan, slfiiied the following ajireei.ie lit
It midnight sit the Japanese- resi
dency: "The governments of Ja;nj and
Kore a. In view of the early nitalniiieut
of prosperity and strength lu Korea
and tho speedy promotion cf the tci
fare of the Korean pe-oplct. have a.;r I
ujion and concluded the fol!o4:;j; t.tiis
"Article, 1. The govt rnmr r:t
Korea shall follow the direction cf the
resident g.neral In connection wit),
the reform of the administration.
"Article 2. Korea shall not cna-i
any law or ordinance cr carry out any
administrative measuro unless It ha
the previous approval of the re.ides.t
"Article 3. Judicial affairs of Ko
roa shall be kept distinct from ordin
ary administrative affairs.
"Article 4. No appointment or ls.
missal of Korean rflfkinls of high
grade shall be made without the con
sent of tho resident general.
"Article 6. Korea shall not encage
any foreigner without the conaent of
the resident general.
"Article 7. The first clue of th
agree-ment between Japan and Kon-a
dated August 12, 1904, Is hereby a
American Dine Jap Officers.
Ilriit, Japan In tho course of the
dinner given by It-ar Admiral Stock
ton ou the American crusers va.-h
inicton and Tennesse?e Wednesday
night at which a numlier of Japanese
naval officers fnmi the cruisers Tsu
kuha and Chitose, as well as some
French officers were present, l:.ar Ad
intra! SteK-kUin prxiised the health ol
the Kmepror of Japan and of the Ja
panese navy. Ia reply Cant. Takanut-
rlil of the Tsnkuba. toasted! President
KKseve!t and the American navv.
Rock letand Strike Settled.
Rock Island. III. The strike in
augurated a week ago by the carmen
employed In the various shop of
the Rock Island yeteru was settled
Wednesday and to,? teen have re
turned to work. An agreement wan
reached between the official of the.
allroad and a committee represent
ing the men. whereby ali grievances
will be submitted to arbitration tor
M-ttlcment. When the strike wo
called over 1.400 men quit work.
For an Uncle Sam Trustee.
KaiiMrtj City. Missouri. J. C. O..
Morse, receive: r of the l'ti ie S.rn
Oil company, has snnmince-d tv.t a
meeting of the rre-dlt jrtt of tbe ui-
pany win bei hi Id August .T,. tr.;-
tes for the company will be uj pnte!
at that time. H. H. Tueker. f..r-
mer secrt Uvry and tnariiiv r 1 t',
company. Is fighting ibis iimvc t
have a trustee named ly - i.' 1 : 01. t
Will Answer the Ouestionx.
Toik ka, Kansas. Attornev K(r
Fvan. of Wichita, repre-sentn s the
Standard Oil company und the Inter
national Harvester company, nld Fri
day: "We expert to answer all the
Int rrtiFuiorle proineunded by the
atate but later oil will t.-s the
constitutionality of the act which
gives authority fo' such InlerroKa-
tortes. The Interrogator!?, h ie ver.
etc m fair."
Another "Flr Back" Accident
Fort Terry. Plum Island. N Y.
Hy a premature explosion of a
blunk charge of of one ef tiie m
blank charge of one of the six Inch
rifle gun at Hattery Hradford. ttils
post. Tuesday, shortly lefore lusin.
Private George Hammond of the P'oCi
company const artillery, I'nlted Slat-
of Atnetics, was kllb-d and four ot'.itrs
were Injured, one msn seilou-.ly.
No Cuban Election Thl Year.
Havana. Cuba The Cul-iti elee.
Hons, It Is now geiu-rRlly coi.ee.le .,
cannot be held this year. S reta; y .
Taft had hoped to hold m inli lpii!
elei'tloii In Septemtx-r or O.iiilM-r.
but It is found that the re-nau whlg'l
must be completed befores the elec
tions, can hardly l-c finished until
late In the fail.
To Build Their Own Cars.
Sui-tior, Wise r.usin. Th Great
Northe rn nmd Friday authorled the
cemttruitloii of simps In Superior for
the purjsse eif building steel rite 1U11I
frt IkIiI cars. Tho to.al coal of thet
ulldiiix and ennlpm. tit Is trliuiated
at ubout f.'uii.lioO.
(eomla. A report J.ist
re stites that during a
re c he i h
storm Thursday IiIk.iI two bimi i.uid
f lie .-ro pleiilekei s were luiin d over
In the- canal and drowned.
Class Case CloeJ.
San Franciseo, Cul The proro
lit Ion In the til.isj c.i ,e closed '1 hnrs-
lay. The cVfense sul.mitte.l Its c;.sej
Ithout any lei.timoii) .
Roijers Not Seriously III.
New York, N. Y. II. II. Iln-nn,
5f the Slaieianl Oil coinpiiii). Is now
t Ms re uld -iiee In Fulrhxvt :, Mass.
He Is not s. ilously 111. Afier h bii.-f
st at r'uliiiaveii, Mr. linger will re
turn to New Yoik.
Wrnr Will Cass Ends.
Clinton. Illlnol. Arguiue :,t In
case contesting the will of John
Warner, fathe r of Ve-: 4.1 -elan Warner.
0eillillltslolli r of pe Ilslem. were ended
rrniay ami Jiutjn . i(. C.Hhrane wiil
j(lv lil ducUlou next week.