THE ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
VOL IV. NO 479 JUNEAU, ALASKA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2g 1914 PRICE, TEN CENTS
Alaska Mining Law
Delegate James Wlckersham has In
traduced a resolution in the National
House of Representatives providing
for the nuliflcatton of the mining laws
passed by the Washington Legislature
at its sesnion last year.
The resolution provides:
That chapter seventy-four of the
session laws of the Legislature of Al
aska. entitled 'An act to supplement
the mining laws of the United States
in their application to the Territory of
Alaska, providing for the location and
possession of mining claims in Alaska,
and repealing all acts and parts of acts
in conflict therewith to the extent of
such conflicts,' approved by the Gov
ernor of Alaska on April thirtieth,
nineteen hundred and thirteen is here
by disapproved and declared to be null
The resolution was introduced May
15th. and referred to the committee on
public lands, of which Representative
Scott Ferris, of Oklahoma, is chair
man. Copies of it were received in Ju
BAND CONCERT WAS
The band concert and entertain
ment given by the J.H.S. band in Ju
neau theatre last was. from point of
excellence, a pronounced success.
Every number was rendered with a
spirit and finish that showed careful
training and faithful practice. The
audience was not so large as the en
tertainment deserved, but what was
lacking in number was made up by
evidences of appreciation, and it Is
some satisfaction to know that those
who were present thoroughly enjoyed
Many people, strangers in the city
have remarked on the excellence of
the organisation, and it is doubtful if
another city of the population of Ju
neau can boast a similar institution
of such excellence. An effort may be
made to have regular street or open
air concerts during the summer
TAKl -ATLIN RAIROAD
SURVEY IS PROGRESSING
F. J. Wettrick and P. E. Pond who.
with a small survey party have been
out several days running a reconnais
ance survey on the Canadian side of
the international boundary from the
termination of the American portion
of the projected Taku-Atlin railroad,
returned to Juneau at noon today.
Both men are tanned and healthy
They report, having continued the pre
liminary line sixteen miles up the Ta
ku river valley beyond the internation
al boundary lines and that so far they
found no obstacles of any kind or
heavy grades that will interfere with
railroad construction or operation.
Owing to the difficulty experienced
on account of high water it was
thought best not to continue further
at this time but wait a few days until
the flooded streams subside.
AT THE ALASKAN:
C. C. Cornwall. Phoenix. Ari.; C. B.
Glinez. Mo.: F. W. Bradley. J. H. Mc
Kenzle. James C. Wallace, San Fran
cisco; D. C. Witherspoon. Oscar Nord
strom. Archer Pollard. Washington,
D. C.; Mrs. M. M. Garwood. R. L.
Finch. J. C. Bowles and wife. F. S.
Fiske. H. C- Robb. Elias Erickson. Se
attle: A. J. M. Ross. W. S. O'Brien.
Lead. South Dakota; D. A. Heaster.
Portland; Wong Bing Cunk. Funter
Bay; George C. Blackburn, city; Geo.
Reis, G. H. Hamberg, H. F. Engle
LEAVING ON MARIPOSA.
The Mariposa, leaving for the West
ward last night, took the following
passengers from Juneau: For Skagway
?F. W. Butters, T. V. Carpenter; for
Valdez?C. Simonstad. A. C. Baldwin,
G. W. Arnold. Sister Mary Theresa,
Sister Mary Aloysio. Father Vander
pol; for Seward?W. J. O'Brien, E. T.
Harlowe. C. C. Robbins.
LADIES TO MEET.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres
byterian church will meet with Mrs,
J. H. King at 2:30 tomorrow.
HAINES LAUNCH HERE.
Bruce Brown, of Haines, arrived ic
Juneau yesterday with his launch. th?
THE WEATHER TODAY.
Twi-nty-four hours ending at 3 p.m.:
EOR MRS. ROWE
There will be a communion service
held in Trinity Episcopal church at
this place tomorrow morning at 9 o'
clock as a memorial to the late Mrs.
Dora H. Rowe, beloved wife of Bishop
P. T. Rowe. at the request of the Bish
op. The services will be simple and
brief, and an Invitation is extended to
all who knew and loved Mrs. Rowe to
As the interment will be at Sitka
this will be the only opportunity and,
privilege there will be of paying a
final tribute to ono who during life
endeared herself to so many people in
Bishop Rowe and son, Leo Rowe, ar
rived on the Mariposa yesterday eve
ning with the body of Mrs. Rowe. To
morrow morning they will leave for
Sitka on the St. Nicholas. Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Cobb and others will bo
among the funeral party which will
leave on the St. Nicholas.
TACOMA MAN HERE WITH
BIG STOCK OF GOODS
A. Greenbaum, the Tacoma merch
ant who was in Juneau with a stock
of ladles' goods last fall and again late
in the winter, arrived yesterday and
will again spend o week or ten days
in Juneau, conducting a special sale.
Mr. Greenbaum said:
"I have been ill most of the spring,
and am going to the Sitka Hot Springs
to spend a short time to recuperate.
Our Tacoma store was overstocked,
and 1 know by experience that the la
dies of Juneau know and like good
and pretty wearing apparel, so I have
brought a few trunks of the best, and
will be at the Occidental hotel with
them for a week or so.'
Mr. Greenbaum is accompanied by
J. E. Hendricks, who was with him on
his two former Juneau visits, and A.
Nagel. both of Tacoma.
Jtrusties break faith
and make quiet sneak
Harry L. Cleveland and Fred C.
Smith, two trusties at the Federal
jail, broke faith with the Jailer this
morning and made a quiet sneak. The
men had been up stairs doing janitor
work about the court house, as they
have been accustomed to do, and, tak
ing advantage of the confidence repos
ed in them made a get away.
Cleveland and Smith were former
United States soldiers, and were charg
edwith breaking into a house at
Haines. They were indicted at
Ketchikan, plead guilty and sentenced
to one year in jail each.
at the orpheum.
"House of Good Shows."
Tonight and tomorrow night the fol
lowing select program will be shown:
Pathe Weekly?showing the new '
death-defying stunt, in which one auto
jumps a gap while another is som
ersaulting over it. This thrilled thou
sands at Luna Park. Seattle. At Min
neapolis, Minn., after a 1200-mile drive
the Glidden trophy is won by the three
Metz cars, and numerous other inter
esting events are shown.
"The Turning Point." is a romantic
drama in the tobacco fields of the
South by the Kalem Co.
"White Lies," Is a clever drama by
the Pathe Co.. featuring Paul Panzer
and Julia Walcott and shows how a
little white lie made a poor brind girl
"Cinderella and the Boob," is a bur
lesque comedy by the Blograph Co.
HORSES FOR ROAD
Two teams, four fine horses, were
received on the Mariposa by Supt. J.
C. Hayes for the Alaska road com
mission to be stationed here at Juneau
for the present. There was also a
large shipment of hay and feed aboard
the ship for the horses.
ARE YOU GAINING OR LOSING??
The Juneau Drug Co.. "the store
that has what you want when you
want it," has a new Fairbanks scale.
Bring your baby to be weighed; rree.
It tells you your height and weight.
Opposite Alaskan Hotel. Phone 250.
' The jelly crowd, the good smokes,
, the pleasant play will make you happy
day by day. Play pool at Burford's
and take the kinks out of your liver.
TWO CAMP COOKS?man and
wife?will take charge of camp whore
two cooks arc required, or one cook
and helper, or cook and waiter. Ten
years' experience. Mr. Reed, Occiden
WIFE MAY SUE FOR
United States District Judge Rob
ert W. Jennings yesterday made a.rul
ing in which ho held that lu Alaska,
notwithstanding tho absence of a stat
ute covering the case, an abandoned
wire may sue her husband for sepa
In makln gthe decision, Judge Jen
nings held that tho common law which
makes a husband responsible for his
wife's debts, and the authority inher
ent in a court of equity giving it "Jur
isdiction for the securing of right or
I the prevention of wrong where there
is no other plain, speedy, and adequate
remedy" and, also jurisdiction where
necessary "to prevent a multiplicity
of suits" gives it authority to enter
tain a suit in Alaska by a wife for
In a case where a husband has giv
en notice to merchants, for instance,
that he will not be responsible for his
wife's debts or whore, for other rea
sons, merchants refuse to give credit
to a wife, or, if giving credit, where
each merchant would have to maintain
a separate suit against the husband to
secure payment of his account, the
court holds that a suit for separate
maintenance by the wife is a logical
and legal way to secure a right, pre
vent a wrong and avoid a multiplicity
The ruling was made on a demurrer
to the jurisdiction of the court in a
suit initiated by Tina Schlothan, of
Ketchikan, through Charles H. Cos
grove, of that place, her attorney,
against her husband, William F. Schlo
than. The demurrer was over-ruled.
The court, also, as basis for the de
cision, holds that it is the policy of
tho law to discourage divorces, and,
if in case of abandonment a wife's
only relief should be held to be
through alimony, she would be en
couraged to sue for divorce in order
to give the court Jurisdiction.
The court also holds that "it would
be a mockery to allow tho wife to
maintain an action for separate main
tenance and, at the same time, deny
her the means of procuring it," and,
therefore, that she has a right to ask
for attorney's fees as well as separ
STRONG TALKS TO
SEATTLE, May 28.?In an address
delivered at the University of Wash
ington last night. Gov. J. F. A. Strong,
speaking to the members of the Sour
dough Club, consisting of Alaska
young men and women, said:
"The Territory of Alaska is proud
of you young sourdoughs, representing
as you do the cream of Alaska's
youth, here to prepare yourselves for
the sterner battle of life. It is my
earnest wish that you persevere 4n
your work and succeed in your under
The following are the Jurors drawn
from the Skagway term of court:
From Juneau?W. H. Case, B. H.
Delzelle. C. J. Skuse, Robert Cragg, S.
Zinger, Cash Cole, S. H. Ewlng, Clyde
Winter, H. P. Tripp, Martin Lynch,
John Keese, George C. Burford and
John C. Patterson.
From Skagway ? E. J. Shaw, Jos.
Beauchart, Frank Cox, James Kenne
dy, Fred Tanner and N. B. Bellenger.
From Haines?J. W. Coombs, Charles
Beresford, Jesse Jensen.
From Treadwell?George Stevens.
ON THE MARIPOSA
The following took advantage of the
excursion rate to Skagway and White
horse and left on the Mariposa last
night: Mrs. E. P. Stowell, Mrs. W.
DeLong, Mrs. Lena Rutledge, Miss O.
M. Lacey, Mrs. W. W. Casey, W. W.
Casey. Oak Olson, Mrs. Oak Olson. J.
L. Guay, C. W. Carter, Willis Cornell,
O. E. Lemmon, L. Rayburn, C. C.
King, C. M. Stockwell, W. H. Case, C.
W. Felch, Miss Ruth Anderson.
DECORATION DAY FLOWERS.
Place orders now for flowers for
Decoration Day. Fine assortment.
Phone 47.?Winter & Pond. 5-28-3t
DECORATION DAY FLOWERS.
Place orders now for flowers for
Decoration Day. Fine assortment.
Phone 47.?Winter & Pond. 5-28-3t
FOR SALE?Sixteen-foot rowboat,
2 h.p. Evinrude Detachable motor,
camp outfit; apply first tent. Salmon
creek road beach. 5-27-3t.
FOR SALE?The best paying bus!
ness on Douglas Island for the money
i Invested; $1400 will get it, inquire "B"
: Empire branch office. 5-26-tl
i ? ? ?
WANTED?Girl for general house
work. Inquire Dr. C. C. Finley.
PROPOSE SINGLE TAX
LAW FOR ALASKA
Representative Warron W. Bailey,
Democrat, of Pennsylvania, has intro
duced a bill 'he National House of
Represcntatl authorizing munici
palities of /. :a to adopt the single
tax where t! see flt, provided that
the people shnll vote for such a
The bill prmoses to add this pro
vision to the section authorizing mu
nicipalities to levy a tax of not ex
ceeding two percent, on all the taxa
ble property, real and personal, sit
uate within the municipal,limits:
"Provided Further, That the common
council may, in lieu of shch general
tax upon real and .personal property as
is hereinbeforo provided 1 or, levy a
tax of not more than Ave per centum
upon the value of land alone, assessed
without reference to any improve
ments thereon. But no such tax up
on land values alone shall be levied
until tho question of whether such tax
shall or shall not be levied has been
first submitted to a pbpular vote in
the town and a majority of those vot
ing at 8uch election shall bo In favor
of such tax." "-1
The bill was introduced May 13, and
copies of it reached Juneau yesterday.
It wns referred to the committee on
WILSON PUTS THE
WASHINGTON, May 2S.?President
Wodrow Wilson, Secretary of State
William J. Bryan and Secretary of the
Navy Josephus Daniels participated in
the opening of the American Univer
sity today. In his address, President
Wilson declared that "scholarship and
the comprehension and knowledge
that vision the scholar are worth more
to the world than its industry."
Yesterday afternoon Sidney Hunter,
ten years of age, who lives with his
parents in one of the Knutson cottages
on Willoughby avenue, made a heroic
rescue of an unknown man. who feU
overboard into the bay, whllo big
strong men stood on .the planked
street twenty feet above the strug
gling victim and wrung their hands.
The man, whose name could not be
teamed, attempted to walk on a plank
reaching from Willoughby avenue to
new construction on the waterfront.
The plank broke and carried the vic
tim to the cold water of Gastineau
chnnnel. He fell a distance of twenty
feet and striking the water in the
midst of n lot of debris, lumber and
trash and could not get out.
While the men on top were yelling
for some one to get a boat Young Hun
ter slipped down to the beach and
finding an old wagon box which was
used as a float for small craft, grabbed
a pole and propelled his strange life
boat to the spot where the victim was
struggling in the water. It did not
take very long to complete the res
cue and the victim is none the worse
for his involuntary bath.
ENTERPRISE MINING CO.
GETS LIMESTONE PROPERTY
The Enterprise group of mines at
Limestone, as intimated in yesterday's
issued of The Empire, passed into the
control of a group of local mining
men consisting of B. L. Thane, J. R.
Whipple, W. A. Irwin and others. The
Enterprise Gold Mining company was
immediately incorporated with a cap
ital stock of $200,000 with the follow
ing directors: B. L. Thnne, J. It. Whip
ple, W. A. Irwin and W. S. Bayless.
Mr. Whipple stated this morning
that they proposed to develop the prop
erty. It is considered as having very
favorable indications of becoming a
Of special interest as being part of
the site of the Panama Pacific Exposi
tion of 1915 are the beautiful views
of "Golden Gate Park," a film produc
ed under the direction of the presi
dent of the American Film Mfg. Co.
This is succeeded by an amuslag story
of how the drivers of two automobile
racing cars are glad to accept the ser
vices of Fred in his "Speed Bear"?
a much despised car of an antiquated
type. "May and December" again il
lustrates the folly of trying to coerce
a young man or woman in affairs of
the heart, and the show concludes with
a ludicrous presentation of a "Gentle
man, but not Like Others." Four
changes weekly.. Two shows nightly:
.7:30 and 9 o'clock. Admission 25c;
Before throwing away your old hats
. please phone 299 and get the hat doc
. tor's advice. Alaska Cleaners and Dy
8YDNEY, Auatralia, May 28.?The
severest shocks over registered by
Australian seismographs were record
ed at 12:30 o'clock this morning. The
waves continued for three hours. The
Indications are that tho earthquake
was In the vicinity of the Friendly Isl
Quake at Panama.
PANAMA, May 28. ? There was a
severe earthquake last night at 10:30
o'clock hore and also at Colon. There
was no npporont damage to the canal.
ENGINEERS PLAN TO
WASHINGTON, May 28. ? The
board of onglneers of the United
StatCB army have recommended an ap
propriation of 146,000 for improve
ments to the mouth of tho Yukon riv
The plan of the engineers Is to re
move tho shoals and widen and
straighten the channel so as to turn
the mouth of the river into the Pasto
lik river, nnd to dredge a channel
through a hogback a short distance
beyond the mouth of the rivor so as
to provide a six-foot channel 300 feet
NEW BILLIAKD FAKLUK
The Brunswick building being erect
ed by Charles GoldBtcin on lower
Front street is now nearing the finish
ing stages, and will soon be ready for
occupancy. The building is one of
the finest commercial structures in the
city. J. K. Learning will occupy a
great deal of the space for the home
of his new amuseraont palace known
as the Brunswick. This is designed
to be one of the finest billiard parlors
In the country. In addition there will
be the only public bowling alleys in
Juneau nnd a first class cigar store.
The billiard parlor will occupy a lobby
40 x 50 and the bowling alleys have
a sweep of 80 feet. Mr. Learning has
ordored the furniture, fixtures and fit
tings for teh new establishment and
will move in as soon as the building
Two stores are provided in the
building Just South of the Learning
establishment and on the north a store
room will be occupied by a first class
oyster and chop house to be conduct
ed by Ben Hersey, the well known ca
terer from Nome.
The first concrete in the big Gold
stein building was poured today. The
work consisted of filling the forms for
the footings of the big structure. Ma
terial is being assembled as rapidly
as possible and as storage space will
permit and it is expected that great
activity will mark the work of con
struction from now until the building
MRS. HARVEY GOING
SOUTH FOR SUMMER
Mrs. Harvey, wife of Frank Harvey,
of the firm of cPttit and Harvey, ac
companied by their children and Mrs.
Jessie F. Robertson, mother of Mrs.
Harvey and Ralph E. Robertson, are
Southbound passengers on the Hum
boldt enroutc to Ashland, Oregon,
where they will spend the summer.
MRS. FRIES LEAVES FOR
VISIT IN THE STATES
Mrs Fries, wife of City Councilman
C. W. Fries, accompanied by Miss L.
Kron left for the South on the Hum
boldt to visit In the States.
DANCE A SUCCESS
The first of the regular Wednesday
night dances inaugurated by the man
agement of Jaxon's rink was given
last ulght and was a success. There
was a large attendance and all had a
LADIES' HAIR GOODS.
Wo specialize in rare shade switches,
etc., made to order. THE VOGUE,
Mrs. Albert Berry, opposite the Or
pheum, Phono Main 243. Tu-Th-Sa,
Hello! We have just received a
shipment of Panama straw, and are
now ready to take orders for making
ladies and gents Panama hats. Alas
ka Cleaners and Dyers. Phone 299. tl
Best apartment houae location ir
Juneau for sale, 80 x 170. The Na
deau property, next to Hooker's. Twt
biudlngs on the property bringing ir
$1000 per year. Terms can be ar
ranged to suit. 6-22-6t.
Have some fun! Tickle the lvorlei
at Burford's. 2-18-tt
ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 28. ? Tho
State convention of tho Republican
party invited tho Progressives to re
turn to the fold and unite with tho old
Republican party In an effort to de
feat the Democratic administration.
The convention ratified the action
of the National committee's recom
mendation for the reduction of repre
sentation in the Southern States and
Former Congressman James E. Wat
son, the convention leader for the Taft
forcos at tho last Republican National
convention, while attacking tho admin
istration In a bitter speech, was over
come with the heat and collapsed. It
took three physicians a half hour to
SEATTLE CUTS OUT
PRIZE FIGHT GAME
SEATTLE, May 28.I,rosccutlng At
torney John F. Murphy has announced
that the law of this State against
prize-fighting and boxing exhibitions
will bo enforced in Seattle and else
where in King County. The declar
ation caused the cancellation of two
or three proposed matches.
Two Lightweights Fight to Draw.
OAKLAND, Calif., May 28.? Joe
Bayley and Joe Azevcdo, lightweights,
fought a ten-round draw here last
N. H. CASTLE TRIES
LUCK ONCE MORE
SAN FRANCISCO, May 28? Neville
Castle, a scion of a wealthy family and
formerly assistant United States Dis
trict Attorney at Nome, and Mrs. Kate
Voorhels Henry, divorced wife of
James Malcom Henry, were married
Castle's former wife was Mary Crit
tenden Scott Charlton, wife of Porter
Charlton, whoso dead body was dis
covered In a trunk in Lake Como, Italy,
for the murder of whom Porter Charl
ton Is now on trial in Italy.
McCULLOUGH TO TAKE
FLOATING COURT JUNE 13
WASHINGTON, May 28. ? The or
ders for the revenue cutter McCul
lough provide that she shall arrive
at Valdez June 13th for the purpose of
conveying Judge Fred M. Brown and
the other members of the floating
court on the tour of Southwest Alas
COLOMBIA AGREES TO
TREATY WITH THE U. S.
BOGOTA, Colombia, May 28.? The
Colombian Senate approved of the Pa
nama treaty with the United States
at its second reading today.
DANIELS WOULD SELL
TWO AMERICAN SHIPS
WASHINGTON, May 28?Secretary
of the Navy Josephus Daniels today
submitted to the Senate naval com
mittee a plan to sell the battleships
Idaho and Mississippi to a foreign
power at what the United States paid
for their construction.
LABOR UNIONS TO BE
EXEMPTED IN TRUST BILL
WASHINGTON, May 27?The Dem
ocratic members of the House of Rep
resentatives have granted the request
of organized labor to exempt labor
unions from the operation of the anti
MAKING GOOD PROGRESS
The forms are set for the second
story of the new Messerschmidt build
ing and work is progressing very sat
isfactory. This is one of the few ab
solutely fireproof buildings to be erect
ed in Alaska.
Harry A. Pratt, the Fairbanks law
yer and son of Judge Louis K. Pratt,
, formerly of Skagway, and well known
In Southeastern Alaska, was a North
bound passenger on the Mariposa. He
will take the first boat from Whlte
, horse going down the river.
i ? ? ? ?
' WANTED?Position as housekeep
\ er, cal at 212 Ferry Way. Room 5, or
add. Mrs. Emma Moore, Juneau Alas.
> FOR SALE? Half interest in Ber
i ry's Transfer, apply M. D. Berry.
i Frank W. Butters left for Skagwaj
on the MarlpoBa last night,
President Gets Report
of Conference's Work
WASHINGTON, May 28.?The main
stngeB of the negotiations at Niagara
have been reported to President Wood
row Wilson. It Is understood that the
parties to the conference have reached
a reasonably complete agreement
While no Information beyond the
fact that an agreement has been prac
tically agreed upon Is given out It Is
known that it provides tor the Im
mediate retirement of Gen. Huerta,
| and that proposals that It Is hoped will
be satisfactory to Gen. Carrana and
Zapata arc contained In the program.
Huerta is Investigating.
WASHINGTON, May 28. ? Gen.
Huerta has had a confidential agent In
Washington for two weeks seeking
to ascertain whether President Wood
row Wilson's attitude is supported by
public sentiment, and on his advice
will probably depend tho attitude as
sumed by Mexican mediation dele
Wilson Insists on Land Reform.
WASHINGOTN, May 28.?It Is said
on good authority that President
Woodrow Wilson will Insist on ending
serfdom in Mexico. The reform of
Mexican land laws Is the chief aim
of tho administration. Huerta is a
Constitutionalists Put Miners to Work.
EL PASO, Tex., May 28.?Constitu
tionalists have seized several mines
in the Sablna district belonging to
foreigners who failed to resume oper
ations afterbeing notified to do so by
representatives of Gen. Carranza in
order to give work to miners.
Owners have protested to Washing
Funston Seizes German Ship.
VERA CRUZ, Mex., May 28.?Tho
German ship Bavaria, arriving hero
without proper papers from previous
ports of call was seized yesterday by
The 2,000,000 rounds of ammunition
delivered at Pucrta Mexico by the Ba
varia was later transferred to the In
Huerta Gets Ammunition.
VERA CRUZ, Mex., May 28.?Ger
man ships have succeeded in landing
two big shipments of ammunition at
Puerto Mexico for the Huerta govern
CITY OF SEATTLE AND
JEFFERSCON SAIL NORTH
SEATTLE, May 28.?The Jefferson
and City of Seattle sailed for the
North last night.
Passengers on Jefferson.
The following named passengers for
Juneau are on the Jefferson: C. A.
Bushnell, J. M. Cramer, R. J. Kinnoar,
W. J. McFctridge, G. Weidre, Pete
Roice, Mary E. Brown, Anna L. Rutz,
Robert Fulton, S. Jenkins, Dan Ri
pold, Mrs. J. L. Gray, Miss G. Hurl
but, Mrs. H. A. Hurlbut, Mrs. A. Do
herty, Mrs. Frank Earle, Mrs. Annie
Nelson, Mrs. L. Koprich, Mrs. Maude
Earle, S. Falrn, Mrs. S. Karlo, Mrs. M.
B. Price, and nine steerage.
The following are on tho City of Se- t
attle: F. Marzier, Mrs. E. P. Kendall,
J. F. Payne, Chas. Sand, Mrs. Emma
Goodman, Miss Margaret Sturgis, and
FROM HIS HARD8HIP8
OYSTER BAY, N. Y., May 28. ?
Col. Theodore Roosevelt is suffering
a relapse as a result of his activities
in Washington, and is in bed today.
The Washington trip revealed that he
is still Buffering from the efTccts of
the hardships through he wont in
PRESIDENT OF UNIVERSITY
OF NEVADA DIES TODAY
RENO, Nevadn, May 28. ? J. E.
Stubbs, president of the University
of Nevada, died here today.
FIRST FOREIGN TRADE
CONVENTIONS BEGINS WORK
WASHINGTON, May 28. ? Five
hundred manufacturers and represen
tatives of commercial organizations
launched the first National foreign
trade convention here today.
WHITE SLAVER'S WIFE
ASKS FOR DIVORCE
WOODLAND, Calif., Mny 28.?Mrs.
Maury I. Diggs, wife of former State
Architect Maury I. Diggs, recently
r convicted of violating the white slave
law, has begun a Buit for divorce.
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