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NT. Ilir.T.T,'Va ADtlTlrtW nm-rn.fr . -f j, . ... - . , . . . , . v - akav k ia if ii. iid ii . r w t :w u- i iu r r, mi ar - iiw f,fS OF THE VEEK ij-Cond!sdl'Jsa-fcr .to A gaiurne of H Um Important but Not Lee M-rottr IHrt of th Patt Wh. it.,v.t limitation an l U posted on Union l-ne trait. ....ai ia (all ofdeleawWi to attend th lend Ii8cnnvlau. Th. !! HalvilirM revolution 1 BUl (Unking 111 lHJll la.lwy. , i i..,iimI.hi of .armament wilt But (umt b. ln'Th Hague mnkmw: i.. -.ii-' ,.f .(Icimrnor Wall, of VUli, Iim bevn fatally hurt la tn auto liar. Kaneko U to tnmttl Aokl m j.janwe mlwk to th. united In a HnMom hhm (iaatrorsd twtaren 88 and 40 automobile., valued u.m V.irk hnikm MuiK lb Lhrfl ul .m,k! iu bund whhh wet Id transit Iran lmVxl Hew Tort. 1 i..l ... Iv Imii narwltaj at IldttOi - - - - fold Uidoubl th capacity of Iho ptln eirial trm) post neai that city. .... ,a,,i ratlnaul anrweont Lvllav that many wreck might I averted If Ii employ, were retired upon tch. mi to rears, n.. t.UI i.r I Ifir Ui inllrilsr ot ri (iotrrmir flan Offibrrg ha brWI p-eiptird until after U llaywoud-P-t- llbunt-Moyvr trials. T.l.ri.h nunlnM cf Ilia United MiUaill C"ttW W tak eliarga. l til Ultra. A Ormt Siirthrm pumNtfrr tla m-krJ nni Mlno. Norlh Dakoi, Tl rMer tlalMinaa an4 win Ulan ot J4(n iu t4 riraii iwloua Iba i Iniiun in Han I'mwilaro. , ' I!miii to Tha llaaua Mwca cii- lfnv h lillta lip ol iioi.pllrf lu any king UiiraM diMniiatftMit. lUnlmani'a. ..Imalpafa.awmla hava Uriel a iiKivrltivnl lo Compel DUD u h up dm cmtrl or OMwr raiiraaoa. A new luatqr will M bahoan lo Han t'rim-ta ami than Uia hnl of Ida vral th'tautmaala M la- ttunnl. . . . Si . hiula m4 apart a day f tbt kill hit ul rau auil now tUa autlxiriUa will hi Ui ilu nottivliilria ti ml rid of Iba carman. ,'. A ml-ar Ivaa ba pUctA 1m chara i i nan nrtai. nn m . vw tl .1.. . 4. . . 1 ttl ft- York, ami tha Mant ahnt down. Flf- Uii luinilrwl iiian ar Id a. . T)i Jaiwrrraw vtra mlnbrtft to Fnnra hit connir ran ntvar luftl wai AiiKTiran niMUUHl tha wa Ii waltn . - - civuijtii,n and iln oiaa Ui wmr laia. )b ' CIiIumw .citrai will ba abort aura, i tt una vtr, . ; k ... A.Uiu I to ba fornad lo trailfy In the HavKiaxl eaadl Nirnfanua tiaa adnt an arm to lavulultuulata of Halvaduf . A cli1litiVii neat Tilfurd. t tmall Hon Hi Ilaknlo taomA tha dfhth 01 Hvn la-utitu. , ll aiifilora,ol tbt Wtatarn Union hruisU.,.a ll.a r?.,ll) Kiataa ara aad to idd tfiku.. a Mayor fVliinltla retnatnt prUwurr In lail inr) tha ttnarrt rf annnrvlauM will ltfk aiirrwtar. The (iatuian InaamAea eomren baa oRiirnl IU H.n frati. Unn rvillt tMilHvra 60 Mfiil Hi 1jt!t Jln're bene tha Mt to tliolr omin- Wf ly Hir.tar Taft nia It-ad to a new Irratv lailnu Iranual. I - llnrrlman haa alven un oonlrol of the All.n mII Is iK lAt'lihnlilrH tiler imklnii a nlna ninflt. - Aivonlliit to rrrvitt a uluc baa heaa fliUllil tlm ol4l. ... l Via Vll I'Hial.l.nt, V.lkt.i.Va ' - . , Tl.o liinniib ohririaUlftl.lp. Minna- Mlta haa luutn Inn nil Intaalluw milit Ilia btMllea nf tha nun iln Ntolyiiln. mnmWtr M ftnania. demaiula the HUtr unrlur Uinm( it ttavhliiii tlui douiiia. ' Hvtml aevcra aarthuuaka are re PO'M In Chile. . 1'liihn lan4 fmut tiUla hava hnan ualuyo.1 l,y Ui uinaaa of a Juror.. The Portland iraUaa will not ba nliit4 to Waalilnirtun hi mbarmen un til llllfei'uAM ' - . i ,,J f ) '" i ' ..4. " ' Thnro la a ninuomnnk im TTnltin raiillla kt.i..kl.i.i. t ..u nf - "WBHiMUriH VU AlflW PHI The'lf rannh AK&mlwia ilAniiUna la 'jl'iK to nrovlda enma mrarta of relief for Ilia .u..... Tll' Nnrllikm B..ia ' lt lha "urlliinuin to tha Great ' NOitbern, '"Jliil Rovarmnent Inquiry, The trial of Lotila01ajiap onoa preii. ui'iitof (ba rulflo)Hlatea Talephon eocniy, haa ben poetponed. , VlL ' " "pwitnU) of warm araaloiit " P'pJIiiKKt paai-a confernoea. China la eHtHbllabliib t moll goem ment In Meiwburla,. ; . . 7 1 i I ' iii KIIBMIA I fat mill V I 1 1 1 " "' m i ii ! ii - mn a... i .i 1 1 mi i 1 1. 1 1. ,,i . .i.i... ...in.,,, .,, i... ii ii iii in i. -i.- !. i in a.n . - If ' """" ' mn in i mmi 8CHMITZ 18 GUILTY. I Paopla Racalva Nwt of Ctar'i Ac tion In Silent. Hi. Pelerelmrf , J una U Tha dlaan. lutlon of tha aanirui Hiiuiiav aa mi. ad tbrooihcNtt Kt, PeU.rbur Willi twi ij iraiMiniuiy, uiant to tha prtxmu' tlooaiy moaaurna, and in no place In fluel, eo fr w knuwn, war thvr any vnuiM uiaiurraiivea. lHfUiiiii.tiailuiii amutiK fit. 1'iUra buij wurkmcn are antiolwM tomur. row, but Ui aulhorltle ai not alarm, d. ttey pmlea to ba chltifly appro, hanalya over th ptaaalblhtjr of rioting and racial iNkMw in Oleaaa and in Kiev and other cltl.e where xj fwil Iim ruill hlh. All OIltliTMik 4,1 aMf Ian diaordet In aeretei lr luna uf Iba am. pira m aiiiiuipau.1 laur, when the pea, autre learn of tha dlwoluthm. but a plrlt ot quiet erwiOikmra in th ability oi me ("v-rnnmiu ui handle the allua. tiim prevail In dmliiltrativa ciivlna. New of the dlreulutlun rrarha,! tlia Ht. Fe1rhiir paper too lata foi Uirlr utai euiiioin, iui uie puuiie a a qiiu k It Informed throtiuh eatraa ami emat IXWlOta M)t OUl bv the nullia al all alrnnl mrnrn, dnuainin uie naan announo. mg ma uiaeuiuuou tod the Impel lal inantftaUi. WONT RUSH STRIKE. Telegrapher Realiia Oraat Coat to Suaina That Would Follow Mew York, June lit.- Th Cummer, eiat Iflegraphem' union haa not yet received an aimwer to th deiuauda on lha Weetern I'ninn Telegraph coinpan;, nrordlrig to Pnaident H. J. Rmall, of Ui union. After a imwdng of tha ex ruttv fuflimlUea tonight, both Preal di'nl Small and Heorrtary Trraaurvr Uueeell left the city, Mr. Uiuwell re tuming bl Cbkaago. Pr-aUvnl Kinall notii1e all lha un ion fmlay that tlta It lament Uiat tha adjuatmenl of grievance bad been poat punad wa untrue, and direrled them to bold Ihemealve In rtwdliiea tor lui iorlaiit information. Preeident Hint II ! lamed a ttate rneut in whli h he raid that local unlona all ovr lha rountry war clamoring for a atrika, tut that they had been untitled tluit they niiurt take no action without -wrmiaalon from Uie national oOVare. II added that In view ot the fart Uiat a etrlk would b eoatly to tmain men tliroughout Uie country, the hational lid of the union a anaiou to avert it If potaiblt. SCHMI1Z MAY UPSET PLANS. If Ha Securaa Salt, ftcheme for Re- rganiKtlon May Ba Oalayad. Ran Franrlteo. June 18. A radical oliange in Ui execullva btamh ol San IranriK-o' govrrnuirnt i contingent on development In the ran of Mayor rkhiuitt, who ia ten.poiarlly lncaari. tailed by iraaon ot bia impiieunment in (be eounty Jail. Tha .late fitf lha i.ln of aentenoe on Mayor ra bmiU In Um extortion cate no whirh be ha own ronvicieu naa been arifor June 57. Prior to that data ha cannot ptasibly proeuia bail, arcordlng to the dwlaion of Judge thtnne, but the law provide that alter hi.inuink liaa Ixvn pawed, th matter nr allnolmr hail la diwretlonary with any magiatmUi having JurledWion. CniiMiinently, If Jiulgment w rav-jeu on tha dale art, Mayor Si-nmlti will na ground for a new application for bail. JAPAN NtiOS MONEY. - Thought That Thlt Can Ba Ralaad In Franca wow. n..i. 18 Wlill nnlltlml oon- alilemtione ol high order contributed to Ui negotiation of Uia new Franco-Jap-to) entente, then I no longer any .... ... .1. ...41-t .ll.l MIUI ilOUbt trial Ul iloianiiBi um given be Fianc aaa lha pioinlr ol ac . it.. Inuinnh maiket for future Japaneae loan. Jtpan did nt need a Fremdi guaiantee tor Core and rormo aa. but a Jap"1 g"ainte for Indo- . I . . .1..! Ia I'mrM. Ullna wa worm a t ....linu Ia tii conndentltl .Utement made by nme of her high rat rcnrewntatlye in Kurt pa will need . . .,L- I.lllnn f,W (tt.. aomeining nae an - OOO.ikivUHM)) within the next few ytr . . ' i... ..B.ut. Iilirh rat loan and to furnith the capital nrceaeary for . a a I jIuaiamlikl-kllmatllL Inilnntriai anu cajniinw" u,.."j- in wanwiuiia. Cot firm Rport f T aty." ..:. ia,.a lR.The new of lh 'algnlng 'of treatlea by Kmnce and Spain and Ureal uriwin ami ri-n. giuirantrelng the lntKrliy of their r pective oountrle and their Inwlar and colonial poaeitltna in the Kaat Atlanl- lo and Meiliierraneau " m,.iaiw dmilad. wa fully conflrmed today by M l'lohon, French miniaU-r off.-lgnnair. ine " not. at tl lima the newa aa flret publliihcd. eommunlwtod . witli nina poaer InUrctcd, lad to Ua offloial denlat. ' " potaa Fear for tha Futurn. Warww, Jnna 18.Th nwrP --i ' - ....tiilntf Hi nnivfl of til douma'i dlnaolution, which lit creaUd a profound Imprwalon. The emperor ao Ion la th anbjwt of eager dlacur on, .,h, iP'v.r ,." r " rm. law win ,MU"' j arreeta oi oot-iaiii... -- --- - . ar. fluent, SOO.OOUaia nieiwi ready for oiuergencle. . v i Mexico Haa Car Famlna . . Tutreon, Mex., June m.-Willard B. Mcrre, an -otBcl.l of the American Smelting A Refining company, atated S ii Mexico are facing a criaia In Th7nlUr of f.l and ore tran.poruv tlon. II ' SI- i OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST BY RAIL TO KLAMATH FALLS. Lttt Ftw Mile Will Dalay Completion Unlit Fall of 1008. Klamath Fall Tha Callfornia Northeaitern Itullroad la expected to reach Darrla, aeven mile from Teet er' Landing, by November 1. Steam er ply between Teeter'a and thl elty, to that next winter there will b but aeven mile of ataglng In tbe trip to thl city. A regular train tervlce over tbe new rullroud will ba ettabllahed July 1, when tb road will b com ploted to Urr'a Meadow. Tha road I being built In a lubitantlal man ner, which glvea aaaurance tbat It will one day be ud aa tbe main line of tha rtoutbern Pacific between I'urtlaad and Sacramento. Tbe road will lu all probability not reach Klamath Kail until th full ot 108, aa it will require con nldorable time to complete tha dike tcroat tha tnann and to ennatruct tb drawbridge acroaa Klamath river. Barry Prlcea Up Again. Hood Itivor Cold weather and rain wblcb fell bore fur tbe first time In many weokt la holding back th ul raw hurry crop, the acaaon for which It thought to be about half over. Price for bcrrle bava taken an upward tendoncy, bringing In tbe neighborhood of 11.76. Bo far 10 car have been thlpped out thl aea- aun with the expectation tbat aa many mure will be moved before it I over. Tbl doe not include tbe number of crate thlpped by expreaa. which hat reached about 8,000. Th total number ot car ehipped laat year wat l, o that although the crop I nut aa large aa expected It it a belter one than that or ibob. draw er now look for It to reach SO, 000 croloa aaalnat 75.000 or SO. 000. which waa predicted aarly In tha aea- ton. Planing Mill for Sllvarton. on ,.. .........i 1. , nnt In ,i.u.1...A-.-i.ii.i..ai inn,i-.,in. lei nrL wl krh Dniai be a very aala In H Ivnrtnn. IJ. J. Bnneral. li.r llro... Al Porter and LeRor llrowne. all owning aawmilla neai . hrre, hare porcbaaed eight acre of land otith of the depot and will In the veiy near future erect a Urge planing mill. where all kindt of drnawd lumber will l manufactured. The four mill in tonated in tha enterpriae have a capa city ot ftO.000 foot of lumber a day. They will incorporate, and It i expect- ,, .... - --r ed that one or two other rolllowoere .III hMoine Interested in the tiantBO- lion. . IA . mA a flklnaman. Balem-Fifly four applicant, fo, ad- ml-lon to the bar took the exan i vation . before the Bupreme court laat week. M theae one wa a woman and fine a 1 Chinese the latter being Beid Back, Jr. Out of consideration for the feeling of those who may fail, the Bupreme court will not make public the name of thore taking the examination, but in a few da an announcement win De made of the name ot those who passed. ' Molds Option on Water Power. Oregon City M. F. Donatio ha ae cured from Frank Unbelt a renewal 01 an option on 280 acre of land three mi lie from Uaxaderoon me viaca-niaa liver. HaboU' property command iha alU for th development of im- menae water power, as two corner of tbe land eroa th Clackamas. It I underiiood that Donaboe 1 represent- ing 1 company Uiat la operating on me Bandy. '' Eight Killed During May Balem Eight killed tnd three injured Is the reooid of rallioacl caeuaiue in Oregon during the montn or .nay, aa shown by teport received by the Ore- iron Railroad commisaion. Of tb klllrd two were trainmen, wo wtre ,Ka, amnlnvea and four were peraon; .. amnnvad bl IM CiaMlB. UlWlt.crmi ireavi.., ...- injured two were employe and one aaa not. No passenger weie killed or injured to far at repotted. Sixty Five Graduate at V A C. III. 1c.Hr nator John M. Gear- i ,.,!, ilit annual adilrwt to the atu-j ,int of tha O. A. C, at the commence, .i i.ini. n uraiiuaie 111 van , II IV 1 1 1 , ' ... h- . j.n.,ii.M,iiij rt d ntomaa. n " 1 n.ii. iinn. nt aiiutatory was .? . - WT:,0 lbrtal Life." The valeiliolory wa by Uarwin O. Thayer, of Rainier, on ' Amerioan . a t..i... 1 sW.litjkk.tlrn ... vi. Ui Fundi A AppropriaUd, a.iaam . AttrtrneT-General Craw- ford ha rendered an opinion In an- ,n() Eastern, $2.20 per sack; new swer to an Inquiry from W. W. Cot-, potatoes, 4tt5o pound, ton of the Board of Regents of the , Butter City creameries: Extra Aarlcultural College, in whloh he ereamery. 24f26c per pound: atate holds that the Board must apply It creameries: Fancy creamery, lift 1907 appropriation of , $66,000 on ,5c. .tore butter. 17H 18c 1907 contract tnd it 108 appro-, cheese Oregon full cream twlna, nrlatlon of a similar amount on liiOSjiRm-iigo. Young America, 1844 contract. ' ' 1 17c per pound. " , coniracia. - Poultry Average old henaltc: ExUnd Central Oregon Canal. ',,,Xed chtckena, l$V4c; tprlng fryera .,,,, "M - . . Bend-The v., r. w'iJ soon commence wor "" "ill hunt aero"., the old river bed In the Powell Buttea region. Thia pips U the first work in an extens on of the Central Oregon canal, and th exten slon ha long been desired by the settlert ot thia region. . lava D in or nuui, i 1000 Fourth at Bend. I Ttond Bond will celebrate the irnorth A grand fish barbecue will, ha alven and there will be sports DS "". . v,l ..nu of ail ktnua, aucu horse races, oronono riuma " A Durse of ituuv naa rnwii UIIMVIUB. - . " . .. raited and a good time is assureu. , - . . . NEW LAW IS DEAD LETTER. Orocerymen Continue to Mak Sata of Poion for Sprty. Balem Tliat the lawgiving druggiata th exclualv right to tell poiaon will not be enforced i evident from the fact that Mnio of Uie drugglita have found It ncceary to purcha their aupplie of poiaon from groserymen. They are hardly In a potliion, therefore, to proa acuta (he groveryoien for tolling poiaon. Bom time ago a drugiturt aecured an opinion from tha attorney general, in which it wa held tliat the pharmacy law of 1907 probibiU Uie aal of poi eom by any peraon except rrgUtered pharmacirta, and tbl wa held to ap ply to aoch poiaon a are need in fruit pray and for other agricultural pur pore. Agricultural paper pretty gen erally oondrmned Uie law, for the rta on that the druggitu charge a higher price for polaoru than grocery men and dealer In agricultural aupplie are ac cuatomrd to do. It wa aacerted, how ever, that the law would be en forced and that prosecution would follow if other than druggiata continued to aell r-ucb rommoditiea aa araenat of aoda, acetate of lead and Pari green. The grovorymen accepted the clial long and announced their intention to atay in Ui buainea. Sinoe that time teverat druggirU have been procuring their poiaon t iipplie from groarryrnan. Poa ihly they have been doing tbi for the purpiwe of (ecuring evidence, but thia la not probable, for there baa been no need to retort to thai deviia. All th dealer hive continued to aell openly and have no fear of proaecution. Anticipate Buiy Lumbar 8aon. Klgln The variooa tawnilll men of Klgin are getting ready for the eaaon'i run and many mill Lave started, al though the work ba been aomewbat hampered by Uie wet weather. There avery proepeet ol a Duty tetaon in W lUUjDering lnauwrt, ana in output will equal that of any former year. Tha eatimated cut ia placed a 28,000,- -r"."." " .". . w " u" m"7 thing that of a ucceaelul run. Ou'look Waa Navar So Good Condon-Heavy rain fell here last . week soaking the ground down six or even inches. Tbe rain was Just about needed when it fell In light thowera and later in torrents. Thii assures one . ! .l. L.I-, ' og crop. . .. eounky, auo ui. ,.x. wool, cattle, horses and sheep and tbe great acreage in grain, this connty'a outlook is shout the beet in it history, Things navei looked better than they " present.. 0.,. Hloa Grande Ronda Crooa. La Grande The rain of last week has greatly benefited Uie Grand Sonde valley farmer, stockmen and fruit ft wer. Nearly an inch of water haa fallen. Farmer are assured of more than an average crop of hay and grain wbile-Jhe fruit crop is normal and much better than average in quality. PORTLAND MARKETS. Wheat Club, 887c: bluestem 886 0c; Valley, 887c; red, 85e. Oats No. 1 white, $J80; gray nominal. Barley Feed $2322TB0 Tper brewing, nominal; rolled, I2J.60 24.80. Corn Whole, I2; cracked, 127 per ton. Hay Valley timothy, No. 1, 117 ft 18 per ton: Eastern Oregon tim othy. $21M13; clover, $: cheat; S97 10: grain bay, 19 10; alfalfa. 1JM. . Domestic Frulta Strawberries, fl.6O0l.7S per crate; cherries, 40c tfl.65 per box; apple. t33.60 per box: gooseberries, 5Jrc per pounn: cantaloupes, specials x.nu, craiea 6.60; apricots. i. out, i.(B pr per box. Hoot veeetables Turnips. II per sack: carrots, 82.60 per sack; beet. $2.60 per tack; garlic, 80 per pound. Fresh vegetables Artichokes. 60 60c per dosen; asparagus, lOe per nn..n- haana. lSUSilGc ner Dound: ..lw.,!. u. nor nnunrl: corn. 360 an ner doxen; cucumbers, 76e peri doten; lettuce, head, 16c per ooxen box; lettuce noinuuar, ,,,. . r ,. O A J . parsley. onions, mn - J0e ner doxen: 2HG6c per - 1 eners. bell. 46o per pound ridlahii 200 per doxen; rhubarb. pound: aplnach. c per na. v,,, 60c$l per box; to- matoes, S.60 per crate. Onions Texas, $2.25 per crate; new California, 3 (9 3 Vie per pound. a Potatoiw Jobbing price: Oregon and broilers, 17Vfc: old rooster. 9 . flilOc: dressed chickens, ivroirc; turkeys llve. 10 12 c; turkeys, dressed choice, nominal; geeae, live, per pound, no; young aucxa, 16c; old ducks, 13c; pigeons, 15 ft tii 1.60; squabs, $xD3. Kirtra 18HfT20e ner doxen. Veal' Dressed, 76125 pound,) 8fl8Uc: 125160 pound. 7c; 150 300 pounds. 60; 200 pounds and p, 6Ho. Beef Dressed bull. 4 4 Ho per pound; cowa, 6 7c; country tteera, T l Sn ... '" i ....;, v . puimu, wuhimj, ivai i"s 1 v lambs, lOGlOftc Jury Agra That San Francle Mayor . v,. '. Extorted Money. San Francitco, June 14. A Jury of 12 ot bit petra baa declared Mayor Eugene E. Schmitx guilty of the crime of extortion aa charged agalngt' him by the Oliver grand Jury. Tha Jury aaa out Juit one bcur and thirty-five minute. It elected Chariea . Capp foreman and at once proceeded to an informal ballot. Thlt waa cast verbally and atood 11 for conviction and one for acquittal. Mr. Burnt, a, shoemaker, cast tbe diraenting vote. Then the 12 men began a diacuet ion of tbe evidence, which Luted for nearly an hour. At the end of that time tbe first formal ballot waa cast. It wa a written ballot and waa unanimous for conviction. The Jurymen Jeeued thia statement to the Aesociated Preaa im mediately after their dlamlseal by tbe court. Tbe mayot received tbe verdict quiet ly and without emotion. He eat at the table talking with bia counsel, while a few loyal friend came op and ahook blm by ibe band. Many of the city employee, appointee of Schmita, were present and they allowed the 'greatest surprise and consternation. Assistant District Attorney Heney, who baa borne Uie brunt of Uie battle for the prosecution, was not In tbe courtroom -wben tbe verdict - waa USUlUUit 1U, . X, ,011 IU0 UlUBtK. ULIUU U1U 1 . . . . . Expect tuch a quick dt..ioo by the I 'P generoua appeal of the jury, and waa unprepared tor it. There j smperor of Russia and entered upon were no aigna of jubilation when the jtbeir work with tbe seal and entbust resuit of tbe trial waa known among 0( men Opon a holy mission. 'Yet the lore of the proaecution. They j three months later thia dream faded took tbeir victory quietly. 1 and nothing beyond the adoption of a Among tb crowd were heard exprea-' pjoa vow remained of tbe avowed ob siona of satisfaction that justice bad 0( the conference. -been done, but they were mingled with I jbe power favcring a discussion of a words of regret tha Schmita, who had proposal to reduce armament fear that, played auch a gallant part during tbe unless it is brought op. the whole Idea fire and earthquake, bad aucenrnbed to j may fu jnto universal ridicule. At tbe influence tbat had brought about the outset it ia seen thst the important his conviction of felony. Sentence will : thing la to avoid discord, and with Uie i u. t , - ,l. . . : A : .1 ; be pronounced June 27. MAY HAVE DISPUTE AT HAGUE. Japaneae Scheme Of Aggreaaioh Op , posed by America. New York, June It. A Vienna dis patch to the Herald quotas a delegate - to The Hague conference, said to be the reprcsenUUve of a great power, is de claring tbat Japan la to hurl a bomb into tbe conference by bringing forward the question of right of a conquerer to annex territory subjugated with all tbat ia upon It Thia will be warmly denied by both 1 Russla and the United States, tha Herald'a informant is quoted a saying. The Ruaelana have large private prop erties in Manchuria, and the United State considerable mining and other interest In Core.' Of aucb Interests Japan proposes to deprive them. At ail events, that is to be the object ol her piopoaition. Th United State propose to Dung a motion diametrically opposed tc Uiat of Japan, and thia, in view of the pres ent existing controversy between Japan and America, it ia eay to see has all Uie makings of first-class internation al row. FINISH WITH ORCHARD. Chief Witness for Stat on Stand for Six Day. ' Boise, Idaho, June 14. Th cross- examination of Harry Orchard closed yesterday. He bad been on the stand aix full day and parte of two, having been called at 9.30 o'clock on June 4, and his cross-examination being fin ished at 2:30 o'clock yesterday after noon. In his direct examination eight and one-half hours were consumed, while his cross-examination occupied 26 hour. He left Uie rtand appar ently stronger than when he began hi testimony, and be is In excellent, rpir itfl, according to the statement of the waiden, feeling relieved after thus un burdening himself of his long story of crime of every grade from murder down. " . . - Are Prtj-idglng Verdict. Denver. Col., June 14. Two men on Ui Jury in Boise, Sebern and Robert on, are feared by V. D. Haywood' at torneys, and if the aeoietaiy of Uie Weetern Federation Is convicted It will be because of thee two, is the general opinion of the delegate to the conven tion of tb Western Federation of Min ers now in session here. While Uie delegate are looking for the acquittal of Uteir chief, now on trial for murder, they admit that tbe presence of theae men ot) the jury 1 causing aouie anx iety. . B Gentle With Japanese. Honolulu, June 14. Commissioner of Immigration Sargent has instructed the locnl immigration officials to con tinue tb careful inspeotlbn of Jap ier Immigrants, but to discontinue photo graphing them. The local Federal olfi cert are alleged to hare discovered Uiat member of the Japanese navy here members of the Jepanes navy here Wa Kami mmmnnirated with direct bv have been communicated with direct by their home government and not through lananMia eonanl. aa ia the usual cnsiom. Ruaala Will Borrow Again, New York, June ,14. A Parla dis patch to the Timet atate Uiat arrange menta are being mad by European fi nanciers to supply Russia with $50, 000,000 In gold, of which sura the United 8tntet it to furnish $12,000,000. The understanding is Uiat the money it to be applied exclusively to domestic needs. ' GATHERED AT HAGUE! Delegates ol AH Nations Will Dis cuss Peace Plans. FORTY-SIX POWERS BEf RESENTED Action on Disarmament Question , Be.Watched by Whole Civ Mixed World. to The Hague, June 15. With the rep resentatives of 46 countries gathered here for tbe opening of tbeaeeond peace conference, which will lake place to day, there la a remarkable contrast be tween tbe aenUment prevailing upon tbe eve of Uie original conference of 1899 and today, which baa become a object of general comment. In 1899, although lea than hall the preaent number of government were represent ed, tbe hope of tbe world waa high and there waa a vision of disarmament and tbe banish men t of Uie enrse of war from among civilized people. Men who were here eight year ago recall how tbe delegate of the power met in purpose of permitting a further exchange of views and in order that the delegates may get better acquainted, It haa been decided already to postpone tbe second session of - the conference until Tues day. Some optimists incline to Uie opinion that the fact that the difficult lea ( are fully appreciated in advance ia only likely to uiaae uie uikuzwie roeuu richer, United Rai-waye Defer Dividend. New York, June 15. The director! of the United Railwty Investment company, it was announced today, have I determined that it will be inadvisable .4 present to take action with respect to tbe eemi-annnal dividend on pre- f erred stock which is ordinarily pay able In July. This step was taken, it is stated, in view of tbe existing strike situation in San Francisco, and to the end that the ' Investment company might be enabled to afford to Uie United Ttailroads ot San Francisco the fullest measure of support. The divi dend has been t per cent semi annually. dapanaa Almost Shut Out. . San Francisco, June 15. "Tbe pas sage of Uie law by-eon greae restricting the admission ot Japanese laborers in Uie mainland haa practically eliminat ed Uie immigration of that class of Asiatics," said Commissioner of Immi gration North yesterday. "During May about 700 Japanese laborers arrived from Honolulu without passports for the mainland, ' but they were all In transit, and went to British Columbia. Tbe border is being watched to see that they do not come back - into the United States." Orchard la Corroborated. Boise, Idahc, June 15. Tbe prosecu tion in the Steunenberg murder trial yesterday, entering in earnest upon Uie substantiation and corroboration of Harty Orchard'a testimony, showed a continuous thread ot evidence oonnee tioon George Pettibone' store in Den ver with Orchard at San Francisco, en eased on the Bradley murder . plot; partly developed another direct line by which it is hopeu to show mat nay wood engaged and paid Steve Adams for the same deeperate work, and added several touchee of confirmation to Orch ard'! general story. v '., " " .- No Causa tor Alarm, Says Komura London, June 15. Tbe Japanese am bassador, Baron Komura, today issued a statement to Uie press reciting the facts in respect to the attack npon the Japaneae restaurant- in San Francisco May 20 and the negotiations which fol lowed between Washington and Tokio, concluding aa follows: "A you will observe from the above statement, the whole matter Is pursuing its normal course, and there is absolutely nothing which would justify the alarmist ru mor emanating from irresponsible sources." " Court Grant an Injunction Kama City, Mo., June 15. Upon I petition of Frank Harerman, acting lor the 18 nrincinal Missouri railroads. Judge emlth McPbeison in Uie United State District com t has sranted an or- der restraining tbe state ofllcilas from enforcing the maximum height law and Uie 2-cent passenger rate law un til the court can decide upon the merits ol Uie complainants' previous plea for an injunction preventing the laws be ing put into effect Wisconsin Ssnat Beat 2-Cent Rat Madison, Wit., June 15. The senate today by a vote of 21 to 8 killed the 2-cent fare railway bill. 8CHMITZ IN A TRAP. Hlaya Into Heney't Hands by Openlrg Way for Ruaf. Ban Francisco, June 12. What looked like a field day for Mayor Schmita In hi trial for extortion, was transformed by a audden coup of Franclt J. Heney Into a distinct victory for th prosecution. . With both Schmits and Ruef on the stand, the day was replete with sensations. but capping all waa th neatly laid trap Into which th defense mad a precipitous fall. Tha trap waa care fully laid, even to tbe point where tbe Mayor himself unknowingly sprung In. When Mr. Heney announced that the proaecution had completed it case, the defense, thinking tbat tbe danger from Ruef had paaaed, de cided to put Schmits on the stand. The Mayor, accordingly, appeared la his own behalf and, regarding Ruef as no longer a menace, rushed ahead with bis denials. He reached th point on croea-examlntion where Mr. Heney asked him If be had received any ot the money paid to Ruef by the French restaurants, and, despite the warning from hia own attorney, Schmits answered In the negative. In so doing be played completely Into the bands of th prosecution, not only by laying a basic for tb Introduction of tb testimony of Ruef In rebuttal, but by passing th entire extortion np to Ruef In inch a manner that the captive bos will eagerly refute tbe testimony by de claring that be paid half th money, or $2600, to Schmits. ' Both Mr. Meney and Mr. Burn were confident last night, and well satisfied with the turn of events. We look for conviction," said Mr. Heney. "W believe we bav proved our caae." FIGHTING AGAIN. Nicaragua and Salvador Ignore Paece Agreement. . Mexico City, June 12. Nicaragua and Salvador are at war. Late yes terday afternoon Dr. Manuel Del gado. Minister to Mexico from Sal vador, received the following tele gram from Preeident Figneroa: "San Salvador, June 11. Thia morning the revolutionists captured the port of Acalutla. They were commanded . by General Manuel Rlvaa and came from Corinto on th gunboat Momometombo, armed by the President ot Nicaragua. In this manner Zelaya complies with th treaty ot peace of Amapala, which waa entered Into with tbe Interven tion of tbe American Government. "FIGUEROA." Acajutla Is the most important seaport of Salvador, where all of th Pacific liners made regular calls. ft waa but poorly defended, and th Nicaraguana and Salvadorean, rev olutionists landed with ease. . It la in direct rail communication with the capital of the republic, to or from which point troops can be con veyed In aix hours. MIDSHIPMEN LOST. Launch of Ba tlah:p Minnesota Lost With AH On Bore), Washington, June 12. Tb loss at one time of aix young midshipmen fresh from the academy at Annapo lis and a boatawaln and four enllated men attached to the battleship Min nesota, 11 men altogether, wa re ported to th Navy Department In a dispatch from the fleet at Hampton Roada which says: "A ditty box belonging to the fire men 01 the Minnesota a missing launch haa been picked up near berth No. 47. and I am forced to conclude that the launch with all on board Is lost. I have ordered a board ot Investigation. The steamer was last aeen at the exposition pier about midnight laat night." ; Senator Morgan Dead. Washington, June 12. United State Senator John Tyler Morgan. of Alabama, died here at 11:16 laat night.. Senator Morgan had been In bad health for a number ot years, but had more or less regularly attended the sessions of congress. Ho suffer ed from angina pectorla, which waa tbe cause ot his death. At the deathbed were hia daugh ters. Miss Mary Morgan and Miss Cornelia Morgan, both of thia city. and his secretary, J. O. Jones. Mr. Morgan a home In Alabama was at Selma, where the funeral will take place, the body probably being taken there Thursday. Degenerating Into Anarchy. London, June 11. A St. Peters burg dispatch to tb Telegraph says that th internal condition ot Rus sia la growing more serious. Mur der Is common; pillage has become a means of livelihood and lncendarlsm Is but an expression ot the peas ants' dissatisfaction with the land owners. Statistics show tbat during tbe week ending Saturday, 158 per sons suffered. Eighty were killed and 78 wounded. Ettabtlahet Colony. London. June 12. Letter patent establishing a responsible : govern ment In tbe Orange River colony were issued Monday nighty With a few modifications the new govern ment follows the lines laid down ia the Transvaal constitution. Devil Wagona In Chin. ; Pekln, June 18. Three French", one Dutch and one Italian motor cars started this morning In the Pe-kin-to-Parlt race. The Chineae were much astonished, aa tbla waa tb first time motor-car had been seen In Pekln. .- Defeat Persian Rebals. Teheran, June 12. It 1 reported that Hissam Mullk, th rebellion prince, attacked Salar ed Dow lea. Saturday, but waa compelled to re treat with heavy losses. .