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ROOK ISLAND AJRGU
SIXTIETH YEAR. NO. 202.
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911. FOURTEEN PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
HELP TO FIX
United States Corporation
Counsels With Them,
VICE PRESIDENT SAYS
jjames Gayley Denies That
Carnegie Forced Merger,
as Stated by Gates.
. Washington, June 8. L. Genial that
iAndrew Carnegie by'tbreeta compelled
the formation of the United States
Bteel corporation, and an Acknowledge
ment that the steel companies before
that organization counseled with rail
roads as to the price of steel, today
marked the testimony of James Gayley,
ivice president of the corporation and
officer of the Carnegie concern for
many years, before the house "steel
trust investigating committee.
SATS IT IS NECKS SARV.
Gayley said snch understandings
;wlth railroads were necessary to pre
sent a monopoly in the steel business,
?and denied Carnegie, as charged by
John W. Gate, had "held up" J. Pier
pout Morgan and in so doing had forc
ed the steel manufacturers to combine.
dlGCWTS new LAWS.
Washington, June 9. Legislation to
replace the Sherman anti-trust law so
as to protect property interests and
the people's "welfare alike was urged
(by Elbert H. Gary, chairman of the
board of directors of the United Statea
(Steel corporation, yesterday in con
eluding his testimony before the house
Hsteel trust" Investigating committee.
Mr. Gary said he hoped the commit- j
.tee In its report on the investigation!
would give the United Stai.es Steel
corporation what tbe committer
jtbougbt ought to be Its standing un-
.der the law.
"I wish," he said, "that this commit
ftee would take advantage of .a oppor
tunity to suggest legislation, and
;would use its influence to bring about
(The enactment of legislation calculst
ied properly to protect the property
Interests of the counity, the interest
,of the government and the people at
Jlarge, so as to permit us to continue
business progress along lines of proc-5erity.
"Constructive legislation is what It
peeded in this country if we are to re
tain our position among the compet
ing nations of the world."
FAVORS LAWS REVISION.
"Would you believe it sensible."
asked Representative Littleton, '"to
have congress appoint a joint commit
tee to hear representatives of capital
end of labor and of so-called restrain
ed trade with a view of preparing an
anti-trust law which would correct
features of the Sherman law or errors
.that might have come through . court
decisions on that law, and of strength
ening and 'Iabora'iiiK that law."
"Yes, I would,' rcsirtinded Mr. Gary,
"and I would be Klad to have such an
undertaking resuli In something morn
practical and would be the first one
to fall into line to live up such a lav.
DEFENDS "0RV DINNERS."
The so-called "Gary dinners" whre
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Tomorrow for
Rock Island, Davnport, Moils .
Generally fair tonight and Bator
day. continued warm.
Temperature at 7 a. in. 76. Highest
yesterday 83, lowest laet night 72
Telocity of wind at 7 a. m. 6 miles
Relative humidity at 7 p. m. 49
at 7 a. m. 68.
Stage of water 4.6 a fall of .
In last 24 hoars.
J. M. SHEHXER, Local Forecaster.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow
Sun seta 1:ZZ, Tises 4:24; moon sets
8:24 a. m.
WANT TO BE FREED
Federal Parole Board Considers 800
Cases at Leavenworth Penitentiary.
Leavenworth, Kas., June 9. The
federal board of parole has completed
the consideration of applications for
parole from 300 Inmates of the feder
al prison here. Eleven bankers ap
peared before the board. The result of
the board's action will not be known
until announced by Attorney General
Wlckersham. Thirteen prisoners were
received today from South Dakota.
CORWIN LANDS ITS
PASSENGERS ON ICE
Steamer That Opened Navigation in
Bering Sea Unable to IMs
Nome, Alaska, June 9. Unable to
find an open lead, the steamer, Corwln
whose coming marked the opening of
navigation In Bering sea, landed its
102 passengers on the solid ice several
miles from shore yesterday. The pas
eengers. four of whom were women,
reached land safely. The Corwin was
unable to discharge its cargo, but suffi
cient provisions for immediate needs
were brought in by dog sleds.
WAS PILOT OF THE
Adam Kerzt Well Known Along the
Mississippi River, Dead at
La Crosse, Wis., June 9 Adam Kerz,
prominent as a steamboat pilot and
captain on the Mississippi and the
Yukon river in Alaska for 25 years,
died here today, aged 45. He was pilot
of the Lizzie Gardner, Dan Thayer,
W. J. Young, and other well known
boats on the Mississippi.
JOY - MAN AUTO VICTIM
Robert Will its Hart When Car
Turns Turtle at Monmouth.
Monmouth, 111., June 9. Pinned
under his automobile 'which had
turned turtle, Robert Willits of Joy
came near to serious injury, if not
near death yesterday. Mr. Willits
was enroute to thia city. He wis
in his new Michigan car. As he at
tempted to turn the corner from the
Galesburg road onto Eleventh street
the mahine skidded a little owing
to the recent rain. As the car hit
the pavement, which is raised a lit
tle, one back wheel wedged against
the bricks. This caused the weight
of the entire car to rest on the im
nrisonrd wheel and it nromntlv rot-
rteel men of the country aoquainKd ' ansed. turning the car over. Mr.
carh other with all facts relating to j willits was thrown under the heavy
their business and suggested the main-j macnine and was ln a pernou8 posl.
tenance of prices to prevent "destruc t5on for a short t!me
tive competition" were delved into by j Mrs H. y. Mauck. who resides on
the committee. Kleventh street, saw the entire acci-
Kepresenianve tteu soucnt to snow den, she was sitting on her norrh
Temperature at Chicago
is 96.8 and at Rock
STILL GOING HIGHER
Mark in Both Places Highest
Ever Recorded at This Time
of the Year.
Chicago, June 9. All records for
high temperature at this time of th?
year were broken today when at 2:30
p. m. the thermometer registered 96.8.
HOTTEST HERE, TOO.
It was sure warm this afternoon ln
Rock Island. At 2:45 Mr. Sherier,
observer In the U. S. weather station
across the river, reported 98 degrees
and the tendency still upward. This
beats the record for the Beason by two
degrees and beats all records here for
this early ln the summer.
The hourly, readings for the day fol
7 a. m 76
8 a. m 81
9 a. m 85
10 a. m 88
11 a. m 93
13 m 95
1 p. m. 95
2 p. m 97.5
2:45 p. m. 98
TO THE BENCH
Snch Has Been Transition of
Power in Republics Says
ARGUES FOR THE RECALL
Declares at Paterson, X. J., That
Upright Jwdgee Will Never
Suffer From Abuse.
Paterson, N. J., Jane 9. Senator
Clapp of Minnesota, the Insurgent
leader, defended the recall for
Judges, as well as for executive and
legislative officials, ln an address be
fore the Progressive Republican
league here last night.
ARE OTTLT HITMAN.
"Judges are only human," n
said". "The recall Is not designed to
be used against upright Judges and
I believe never will. It wonld be a
travesty of sacrifice If all efforts for
a free government simply transfer
red unrestrained and uncontrollable
power from tbe throne to the
"I know many hesitate at the Idea
of the recall, but It is as lrresistable
In a free government as a free gov
ernment Is Inevitable in the progress
HITS A TIE TRAIN
Six Reported Killed and Many Hurt
In Collision on the Santa Fe
SIGNS MORE BILLS
Gov. Deneen Approves Meas
ure Providing for New Hos
pital for Insane.
IN NORTH PART OF STATE
Itinerant Venders BUI Ending "Fire
Sales" Backed by Merchants,
Is to Be Low.
Albuquerque, N. M., June 9. The
Santa Fa's fast passenger train to
California limited, loaded with tour
ista, collided with a tie train near Do
mingo, 30 miles north, of here thi
morning. Six persons are reported
dead and a large number injured.
IN BIG ROBBERY
Des Moines Jury Disagrees as to the
Guilt of Accused Court House
Des Moines, Iowa, June 9. Tho
ury In the case of James O'Callaghpn,
accused of complicity in the attempt
to dynamite and rob the Polk county
treasury March 31, disagreed today.
O'Callaghan was formerly a deputy
ln the treasurer's office.
that the result of thee understated
Ings was tantamount to a signed
Egreement to control price, n viola
tion of the Sbermaa anti trust law.
at the time and rushed to the unfor
tunate man's relief. By means of a
board she was able to help Mr. Wil-
i lits from under the machine. Med-
! ioal aid came and the man was re
AMUR RIVER BOAT BURNS .moved to Monmouth hospital. Exam
- j ination showed that no bones were
Fwores Drowned in Holocaust in Asi-. broken but the man's shoulders and
K. T. LEADER BACK IN U. S.
W. B. Melish. Grand Master, Took
Message to Duke of Connaught-
New York. June 9. One or the re
turning passengers on tbe Mauretania,
which docked early today, was Colonel
William Bromwell Melish of Cincin
nati, grand master of the Knights Tern
plar of the United States. Melish
went abroad three months ago to at
tend a conference of the order in Edin
burgh, and on personal invitation of
the duke of Connaught, who received
him at the Clarence house. Melish
presented the duke with a personal
message from President Taft. who is
himself a craftsman, and the greet
ings of 200,000 Templar Masons in
! chest were painfully bruised.
Biagovieshtehensk. Asiatic Russia,
June 9 The Amur river steamer, ; LICKS STAMP; MADE ILL
Muravieff Amurski. burned last !
right. Scores of passengers were J Postoffice Clerk Who Was Accommo-
drowned. j dating Hu Blood Poison.
- . I Fayette City, Pa., June 9. Licking
Bank Call Issued. l . ' ' M .
... , , T ,, postage stamps for patrons of the gov-
A ashington. June 9. The controller ! . . , .
, . . a i j m-' eminent is the cause of a serious case
cf the currency today issued a ca:l for j . . , . . , , ... TT
; . , . , ,, of tlood poisoning of Miss Grace Him-
a statement of the condition of ail na- ..... , . , . .
, iiiui.. ucrt iu lue pveioLuve licic, ac
tional banks at the close of business
Wednesday. June 7.
cording to her physicians. She had
been ln the habit of affixing stamps to
letters for patrons, and while her lip
was Mistered, It is said. It became in
fected from colored Inks.
TO INVESTIGATE GLACIERS
Wisconsin University Professor Sails
Seattle, Wash., June 9. Professor
Lawrence Martin of the University of
Wisconsin sailed last night on the
steamer Alameda for Seward, Alaska.
where he will resume bis study of the
Alaska glaciers. Martin is investigat
ing glaciers of the north for the na
tional geographic society.
Springfield, 111., June 9. Governor
Deneen yesterday signed 26 bills dur-
jing the afternoon, the most Important
'of which, perhaps, was the measure
providing for the building of a new
hospital for the Insane at a total cost
ol.t Jj222SPd. i i-4s i supposed i tnJg.o
stuaottbe' located in Bomeortn"ef
Illinois city. The capacity Is to be
The itinerant venders' bill, calcula
ted to put an end to the so-called "fire
sales" in down state cities, was one of
the measures signed. It was backed
by the Illinois Retail Merchants' asso
ciation. OTHER BULLS SIGNED
Among the other hills signed are:
Senate bill 418 (Hay) Providing
that the fees received by the state free
employment bureau be turned over to
the state treasurer on or before Sept.
30 and March 31 of each year.
Senate bill 461 (railroad and ware
house committee) Amends the rail
road incorporation law to provide that
in extending the life of railroads an
election shall be held within two years
before the life expires.
Senate bill 498 (Hurhurgh) Appro
priates $600,000 for the new Joliet pris
on fund. Final plans for the new pen
itentlary to be submitted to the 48th
House bill 607 (H. R. Lewis) Pro
vides penalty of from one to ten years
Imprisonment for persons who attempt
to injure railroads by placing obstruc
tions on track, by dynamiting bridges
or cutting wires or telegraph poles.
House bill 589 (Kelly) Amends -sec
tions of Joliet penitentiary act bo as to
provide two chaplains for the prison
one of Roman Catholic faith and the
over a protestant.
Delayed News Adds to
Horror of Mexican
MANY HOMES WRECKED
Zapatlan Hit Hard, 38 Bodies
Being Found There and
. 44 Injured.
Mexico City, June 9. Dispatches re
ceived here report much damage from
the earthquake ln Zapatlan. The rail
road station and 230 houses were de
destroyed. It is believed many people
were killed and injured, but the num
ber is not known.
Collma volcano emitted streams of
lava on the towns of Tonlllta and San
Andres, where many houses were de
86 bodies Form).
Telegrams from Zapatlan, via Guada
lajara, indicate 86 bodies have been re
covered there, and 44 persons were In
jured. It is estimated 300 houses In
that locality were destroyed.
CArSED DAMAGES. '
Mexico City, June 9. A dispatch,
from Guadalajara, dated the 7th, de
layed by wire interruptions caused by
the earthquake, says the earthquake at
that place caused considerable dam
age, but there were no casualties.
Tuxpan, Jalisco, Mexico, June 9.
Bias Rub, a merchant just arrived from
Colima, says the earthquake caused
landslides that blocked the railroad.
Many buildings were damaged. There
were only two or three victims at Co
SUNDAY SCHOOLS DILLINGHAM
IN RALLY JUNE 22 13 (jg gp
Program for the Fourth Annual
Bock Island County Re
union Is Announced.
PARADE IS ELIMINATED
Instead Young People Will Be Taken
for Trolley Bide Ending at
Long View Park.
Lorimer Probers, at Meet
ing, Fix no Date for
W00LDABATE GOES ON
Hull Tells House Passage of
Measure Will Break Back
SCHOOL FUNDS ARE
TO BE DISTRIBUTED
County. Sirperin.fcaJezjt Makes Ap
portionment . Among Various
AT PORTLAND, ORE.
Portland, Ore., June 9. The bodiea
of a man named Hill, his wife and two
cnildren, were found today in their
home at Ardenwald, a suburb of this
city. The woman and children were
killed with an axe.
STRIKE TIES UP
Southampton, Engl nr. c". June 9.
f -r:ke cf coal operators was icajsara:-! day. In the territorial days she waa
td here today, trlng up severe! large! the confidential clerk of Governors
ftramers. The holc fieei of bip3 j Barnes. Ferguson and Franz. She
thartered by tho government ana j waa a pioneer newspaper corresponi
c hers for the naval review ere lying en t and was the wife of Otto Becke"
SHE WAS ACTING GOVERNOR
Mr. Alblna S. Beckemeyer Long
Prominent In Oklahoma, Dead.
Guthrie, Okla., June 8. Mrs. Al
blna S. Beckemeyer, who was acting
governor of Oklahoma territory on
several occasions, died here early to-
c" port unable to talce on coal.
mever, a local newspaper man.
DISCUSS MANY TOPICS
Speakers Before Charities Confer
ence Cover a Wide Field.
Boston, Jane 9. Among the top
ics discussed today before the con
ference of charities and corrections
were sex hygiene, temperance and
care of inebriates, standards of liv
ing and labor, and the securing and
training of social workers.
OBSERVE JUNE 14 FLAG DAY
Head of D. A. R. Calls on Members
to Display Colors.
Washington, Jane 9. Mrs. Mathew
T. Scott, president general of the
Daughters of the American Revolution,
today urged members of that organiza
tion throughout the country to observe
Sag day Jane 14.
EXTENDING ITS CONTROL
Steel Trust Boys One of Largest Fln-
isned Steel Jobbing Con corns.
Cleveland, Ohio, June 9. Announce
ment has been made here that the
United States eteel corporation has
bought the Basset-Presly company, one
or the largest steel Jobbing concerns
in the country. The consideration was
not less than $1,000,000.
MOTHER HELD FOR MURDER
Mrs. Joseph Engje of Sterling Ao
cuaed Daughter's Body in River.
Sterling, 111., June 9- Mrs. Joseph
Engle is held by officers pending the
result of a coroner's Inquest over the
body of her 6-year-old daughter. Lucille
Smith, which was found In Rock river.
The mother's statements are conflicting.
Italian Aviator is Killed.
Rome, June 9. Signor ilarra, an
Italian aviator, while flying In an
aeroplane at the Aerodrome here
yesterday, fell from a height of 300
feet and waa killed.
The school funds from the state for
Rock Island county have been receiv
ed by County Superintendent S. J.
Ferguson and the money has been ap
portioned among the various town
ships and districts and is now ready
for distribution. The apportionment
ia made on the basis of the number of
children under the age of 21 in each
district. The entire amount received
was $9,293.69, and together with a bal
ance of $433, left over from last year
and $626,06, which accrued from inter
est, the total amount available was
$10,352.75. The apportionments are
as follows: Rock Island, $3,484.61;
Black Hawk, $551.66; Rural, $95 72;
Drury, $178; North Buffalo Prairie,
$34; Port Byron, $115.45; Edgington,
$172.55; Andalusia, $126.77;; Zuma
$120.07; Coe, $149.04; Bowling,
$112,52; Coal Valley, $288; Geneseo,
$8.82; Canoe Creek, $62.98; District of
Cordova, $84.65; Buffalo Prairie,
$162,48; Hampton, $560,48; Moline( in
eluding part of South Moline) $3,
605.60; Colons, $9,488; and Cordova,
Arrangements have been completed
for the fourth annual rally and picnic I
under the auspices of the Rock Island
County Sunday School association.
The date Is June 22, the picnic to I
take place in Long View parte Joha
H. Hauberg, president of the. associa
tion. Issued the following announce
Instead of the usual marching, all
city schools win take trolley cars
from their respective caurcbes at 10
o'clock, a. m. Schools from outside Washington. June 9. The first meet-
the cities will take ears at 10 o'clock lug 0f the Lorimer Investigating com-
fr0m Pfint. to be determined by 1 hed Dillingham of
OOUi 1UU1I1UUOI DUUW1. Ail Will UV I
taken through the cftlea of Moline and vrtnont was elect chairman. No
Rock iBland ln onecontinuous trln. on date for tn beginning of the inquiry
one fare, the ride ending at Long waB nxea-
View park. I debate resuhkd.
Cars built for SO adults may be char-1 Washington, June 9. Debate on wool
tered for $3; cars built for 70 adults, I tariff revision waa resumed today ln
$5, for the single trip. Special cars I the house. Hull of Tennessee declared
will be provided without chartering he believed the passage of the measurer
them, the passengers simply paying wonld "break the backbone of republt
the regular fares.. All requests for spe- can protection." He said that while be
cial cars, whether to be chartered or believed in free wool, some duty was
not, must be made on or before June necessary at this time to prevent
21. Telepnone the superintendent's treasury deficit
omce, at lb in-iiy irwi car ua.ru, JOKE OJT DEMOCRATS.
leiepnone numoer. vvesi rrepare Rennbllcan senator, chuckled todnv
to deoorate your oar with bunting; -h.t . rnnA n
mottoes, flags and banners use of taci L, hou,e aem0craU. The house free
and nails on cars la prohibited). wln ,ar.aa nn n.
program at PARK. timber, boards, etc.. "except boards.
Bring your baskets. The Spencer planks, dials, and other lumber of
Memorial M. m SCnool Will again ltamum vltAft. lanrewood. hflrwmvl
serve conee, sanawicnes, ice cream, jrrenadrne. mahoranv. rosewood, eatin-
etc.. as heretofore. Headquarters for wood, and all other cabinet woods.
eacn scnooi win De snown Dy pia- These woods are on the free list under
cards. You wm nna yours at some the pTtsBt)Tit jaw and the republican
shady spot. senators are askina what the effect
At 2 o'clock will begin the exercises would 5e lf should be specially e
of the day. Well known hymns will I t.- i.
be sung to band accompaniment. Ad
dress of welcome by Mayor Harry M
Schrlver, and principal address by
Rev. LeRoy Coffman of Davenport
Special musical numbers win be ren
The sports program will be In
charge of C E. Gilman,- physical dlrec
tor of the Rock Island Y. M. C. A.,
and the park Is well provided with
playground apparatus for the pleasure
of the smaller children,
Come and be Inspired by the crowds
of fellow workers and scholars
it he the biggest picnic of all the year
Let your spirits be revived and go
cepted from a later free list law.
ROAD A FRANCHISE
Opposition to Entrance of Rock Is
land Electric Line Diaappeasa
in Council. J
Galesburg, Jane 9. Backed by
ljet I petitions showing a majority of the
ironiage represented me rrancnise
to the Galesburg and Rock Island
L " , . company went through the city coun
back to your school refreshed, and ' , 1 ' l,?v
with a new enthusiasm. It will make "V " 77 "v 'v " v"
Sunday school work easier and v., v-
more cheerful through the ensuing
OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES.
County Officers J. H. Hauberg
company should haul freight be
tween the hours of 7 p. m. and 6
The company representatives bad
been working all day with their
IS AGAIN ARRESTED
Joseph D. Bren of University
Minnesota Xow Believed
f 20-000 Short-
Minneapolis, Minn., June 9. Jo
eph D. Bren, former cashier of the
University of Minnesota, who was ar
rested a week ago charged with be
ing $13,800 short in his accounts, was
rearrested today and his bail was
raised from $2,500 to $10,000. The
prosecuting attorney Informed tho
court he had information Bren'a short
age waa at least $20,000.
BIG LOAN WILL
BE PLACED HERE
president, Moline. 111.; W. P. Hunt, frontaire petitions and Attorner W.
vice president. Moline; Miss Claire C- ptank came into the council a
Van Galder. corresponding secretary- aittle late wlth the DetiM0ns and
treasurer. Rock Island; Miss McCon tbe mayor, city engineer and street
nell, recording secretary, iteynoias. committee immediately went into ex-
Superintendents of Departments ecutlve session ln the engineer's of-
Rev. W. O. Olvegee, teacher training, flce to ngure up the frontage. From
Rock Island; Rev. E. T. McFarland, Main street to Fremont atreet on
home department. Rock Island; Ke West street It was found that the
F. E. Shult, adult department. Rock I8" I company had 4,933 feet and tbe nec-
land; Mrs. H. E. Sudlow, elementary, essary half was 4.854, a balance of
Rock Island, Miss Janett Warnock, au 79 feet. This was after W. W.
vanced department, Moline; Dr. J. W. Babcock withdrew some 15 rods of
Stewart, missionary department, Rock frontage which he had previously
Island. signed for. On West street from
Executive Committee Rev. Marion Main to Simmons the company had
Humphreys, Rock Island; Dr. J. W. signatures for one whole side of the
Stewart, Rock Island; E. B. McKown, Btreet including the Frost and A. B.
Rock Island, C. S. Trevor, Moline. Head properties and a strip on the
Parade committee Mrs. H. E. Sud- other side, which made them 81 feet
low, Mrs. Florence Maglll-Wallaccr to the good.
un bimmona street rrom west to
Cherry street it was found that the
company had frontage representing
998 feet and 820 feet was the half
required. This was after the public
library frontage had been eliminated
as neutal ground. There was some
argument in tbe committee room
over the recording of the deeds to
the city by the company dedicating
West street, the story having gain
ed circulation that this street bad
not been dedicated nor the deeds put
on record. The mayor and city en
gineer stated affirmatively that they
Senate Committee Approves of the
Treaty With Honduras Provid
ing for Raising Debt.
Washington, June 9. The senate
committee on foreign relations today
decided to report favorably the treaty
between Honduras and this country
providing for a loan of $10,000,000
from the banking Interests of the
United States to meet the Honduran
John H. Hauberg.
Marshals Louis D. Hauberg, Rev.
J. F. Leigh, Charles Smith.
Park E. B. McKown.
Finance H. E. VanDuzer.
Music Dr. J. W. Stewart.
Speakers Rev. F. E. Shult.
Refreshments Edgar Waltber.
Transportation H. J. Olmsted, F
Reception Wilson P. Hunt.
Press John H. Hauberg.
Amusements C. E. GHman.
Field Workers C. S. Trevor; O. E.
Child; E. H. Osborn; W. P. Hunt; II
E. Van Duzer, Mrs. II. E. Sudlow.
Trains Special cars win be attach
ed on the Burlington line from Hills
dale. A special train will leave Cor
dova at 9 o'clock a. m. stopping at
intermediate stations and arriving at
Rock Island at 10 o'clock. Rock Is
land Southern trains leave Reynolds
at 8:54 and at 11:54 a. m.; Taylor
Ridge at 9:04 and at 12:04. Musca
tine trains on the Rock Island leave
Muscatine at 6:16 and at 11:20 a. m.
Would End Free Lunch.
Appleton, Wis.. June 9. Promi
nent saloonkeepers have petitioned
the city authorities to pass an ordi
nance prohibiting free lunches in saloons.
Washington, June 9. President Taft
arrived from New York this morning.
Granted a Divorce.
James Knittle of this city was yes
terday afternoon granted a divorce m
the circuit court from his wife, Lizzie
Knittle, who is charged with Infidelity.
The degree was gained by default as
the defendant failed to enter an ap
pearance. . .
Cabinet Resigns In Belgium.
Brussels, June 9. The cabinet of
M. Schollaert resigned yesterday.
Scbollaert became premier and min
ister of the interior In January,
1900, succeeding M. de Troos, who
died the preceding month.
Hero Fund for Dutch.
The Hague, June 9. Andrew Car
negie, It was announced here today,
has donated about $205,000 for the
establishment of a hero fund ln Holland.
RETURN OF THE
Washington, June 9. President Taft
today approved of the war department
order for the return to their posts
of 4.000 soldiers at Galveston, Texas,
and 1,500 at San Diego, Cal.