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THE ALASKA DAILY EMPIRE
VOL IV. NO 492 JUNEAU, ALASKA. FRIDAY. JUNE 12, 1914 ~~~ PRICE. TEW CENTS ? free Tolls Repeal Bill In President's Hands t I WASHINGTON. June 12. ? The House of Representatives today passed the amended free tolls repeal bill as it passed the Senate and sent it to the President for his action. Gets Good Majority in Senate. WASHINGTON. June 12. ? As pre dicted yesterday, the bill repealing the exemption clause for American coast wise shipping in the Panama Canal Act. was passed by the United States Senate yesterday evening. The bill received the votes of 37 Democrats and 13 Republicans. Twenty-one Republi cans. eleven Democrats and one Pro gressive?Senator Miles Poindexter, of Washington?voted against the bill. The bill will now go to the House of Representatives which will accept the Senate amendment reserving such rights as the United States might have under the Hay-Pauncefote treaty to exempt American ships from the payment of tolls. This amendment is satisfactory to the supporters of the administraiton. Its phrases were fashioned by administration Senators. Senators George E. Chamberlain and Harry Lane, of Oregon, and Thom as J. Walsh, of Montana, were West ern Democrats who voted against the bilL BASEBALL AT TREADWELL SUNDAY AFTERNOON; The Gastineau-Juneau and the Doug- J las-Treadwell baseball teams will meet for the sixth time this year Sunday! afternoon at Treadwell at 3:15 o'clock. I Kord will be in the box for Gastineau-1 Juneau, and the lineup behind him will j be about the same as in the games of last week at Recreation park. John son will probably do the twirling for Douglas. SAILING ON PRINCESS SOPHIA. The steamer Princess Sophia arriv ed from Skagway early this morning and sailed South at 7 a. m. with the following named passengers: Ernest Hendrickson, Mary C. McDonald, X. S. Adamson, H. M. Pastte. Clint Ruth erford. E. T. Harlcy, Rev. P. T. Rowe, Miss R. Fullerton and Dr. J. K. Simp son. STAMPEOE FEEDS CITY STREET EMPLOYEES' ?*? H. C. Hanewalt. manager of the Stampede restaurant. Wednesday night called the cltys" night crew that Is Im proving Front street into his place of business and gave them a midnight supper. The men thoroughly enjoyed the treat. FINED FOR GAMBLING. J. Homer, proprietor of the Imper-J ial Pool and Billiard Parlor, together with six persons caught in the gam bling raid of Wednesday morning, were each flned $10 by Judge Pettit yesterday afternoon. The men receiv ing fines were Tony Tores. G. Smith. Nat Nelson, G. Meyers. Harry Van and D. Murphy. o. u. Duniun Lvocs auii. S. L. Burton, linotype operator of the Dispatch, received a cablegram yesterday from Mrs. Burton at Ash land. Oregon, stating that one of their sons, had died. The little one was less than a year old. WILSON IS REAL FRIENO. For the first time in the history of Alaska the people of the Territory feel that they have a real friend in the President of the United States. Mr. Wilson has made a hobby of Alaska and her needs, and there is good reas on to hope that he will stick to It.? Douglas News. BRUNSWICK CAFE OPENS. The Brunswick cafe, located in the Brunswick building on Front street opened its doors to the public this morning. The Brunswick is one of Juneau's attractive cafes. ROOMS FOR RENT ? Newly fur nished room, reasonable. In private family. Gentleman preferred. Inquire 532 Seward st., or Raymond's store.? 6-ll-2t. Men. do you want a furnished room where you can do your own cooking? City water, electric lights, good loca tion. Apply ot 202 Seward building, or at The Empire office. 6-ll-3t. UNTIL THE 4th OF JULY, at Charles Goldstein's, a pair of Net tleton shoes or a Stetson hat free with every sulL 6-11-tf Trade with JUNEAU DRUG CO. at 107 Front St. You may win a free trip to San Francisco. THE WEATHER TODAY. Twenty-four hours ending at 3 p. m.: Maximum?64. Minimum?47. Part cloudy. s MURDER MYSTERY ^ IS A FALSE RUMOR The report that came to Kake Wed nesday of the flindlng of the bodies of three men floating in the kelp with bullet holes in their bodies near For restry Island was based on a rumor that has no foundation In fact, accord ing to dispatches received by The Em pire yesterday evening after the paper hod been printed. Immediately upon receipt of the re port through Capt. A. A. Gabbs, of the Fox, The Empire wired to both eKtchi kan and Wrangell and asked to have the report investigated. Shortly after yesterday's issue of the paper had been printed the following dispatch Fox, The Empire wired to both Ketchl . No Foundation for Story. KETCHIKAN, June 11.?There is no foundation for the story of the finding of the bodies of three murdered men at Forrestry Island. The same rumor reached here, was investigated and found not to be true. Bad Blood Responsible for Story. That there has been bad blood be tween the natives and whites on the west coast of Prince of Wales island on account of the strike for better prices is true, but the trouble was set tled last week. REV. G. E. RENISON TO ATTEND SYNOD ?+? Bishop P. T. Rowe, who sailed southj on the Princess Sophia, before his de parture appointed the Rev. G. E. Reni son. Rector of Trinity Church, Juneau, as clerical delegate from Alaska to at tend the meeting of the Provincial Syn od of the Episcopal church which is to convene in Seattle next October. The Provincial Synod includes all the Dioceses in the Pacific Coast States of Washington, Oregon and California, also the dioceses of Nevada. Utah. Ida-1 ho. Colorado. Arizona and New Mexl?j co. the Philippine Islands and Alaska.; Rev. Renison expects to be absent brother, the Rev. W. T. Renison of California, who will also be a delegate to the Synod at Seattle. Rev. Renison expect sto be absent j about six weeks and after attending the conference will, with Mrs. Renison.; visit with relatives in San Francisco and Los Angeles before returning to t Juneau. He will depart about Octo ber 1st. SOME GOOD RECORDS BY GUN CLUB MEMBERS ?4? The Juneau Gun Club made someI Rood scores in the clay pigeon shoot ing at the second preliminary meet Wednesday evening. Albertson madei a perefct score in one of the contests, breaking all ten of his chances; Gem-; mett twice got eight out of ten, and I Gemmett and Shattuck each got four; out of five. The scores were better than at the first evening. The club meets tonight to perfect j the organization, at the C. W. Young company store. The following arc Wednesday's scores: At possible of 25?Dr. Kaser and Smith led with 15 each; Gemmett, Car rigan, Long and Austin, 14; King, 13; Dickison, 12; Banbury, 11; Carter, 8; Albertson, 7; McBride, 7; Spatz, 7;j Fisher, 5; Shattuck, 4. At possible of 10?Gemmett, 8; King, Smith and Albertson, 7; Long, 5. Second contest at possible of 10? Albertson. 10; Dickison, 7; Gemmett. 6; Dr. Kaser, 5; Spatz, 2. Third contest at possible of 10? Banbury, Shattuck, Carrigan and King, ?. Fourth contest at possible of 10?| Gemmett, 8; Banbury, 7; Dickison, 6; Dr. Kaser and Spatz, 2 each. At possible of five?Gemmett and Shattuck. 4; Banbury and Dickison, 3; Spatz. 1. AS IN A LOOKING GLASS ? ? At Grand Theatre. I Miss Marion Leonard, in a three reel version of "As in a Looking Glass," is a big State's right feature, and you all know Miss Marion Leon ard, the highest salaried actress in the world, the favorite of all the theatre-goers. She takes the leading and thrilling parts of this great pro duction. You must remember that this is not a commercial feature, but a State's right feature, and is guaranteed. Great Events?ML Rainier Park, and "The Life Savers." This an edu cational reel, depicting many inter esting events. "The Sleuths at the Floral Parade" and "The Rural Third Degree," are the laughable Keystone comedies. JUST RECEIVED a few select ladles' tailored suits, in latest shades, also silk petticoats, ki monas and silk underwear. Up-to-date dress making. MRS. GAGE, 201 Main street; phone 379. 6-11-3L EXPECT BIG CROWD TOHEARGOV.STRONG Tho Democrats of Juneau aro pre paring for a large attendance at the open meeting that will bo held at Elks' hall under the auspices of the Juneau Democratic Club tomorrow night Gov. J. F. A. Strong, fresh from conferenc es with President Wood row Wilson, members of his Cabinet and Depart ment chiefs, and tho leaders In the two houses of Congress, will speak. eH will have a message that will be worth hearing. J. A. Hellenthnl, always a convinc ing speaker, will also address tho meeting. The public generally and particular ly the ladles are invited to attend the meeting. A special Invitation is extended to Douglas Isluud Democrats. TIGERS PLAYED GREAT GAME OF BASEBALL +? - Tho Whitehorse Star characterizes the game of baseball between the C. W. Young Tigers and the team repre senting the Thirtieth U. S. Infantry at Whltehorse at the Kings' birthday celebration as "one of tho best games ever seen on the local diamond." Commenting editorially on the con test, the Star said: "The money went to the teams com ing from the greatest ditsnnce, Juneau winning first prize and Fort Seward winning second, which was most satis factory to Whltehorse which supplied tho money which made tho celebration possible. Not only was it gratifying to see first prize go to the team having traveled most miles to get here, but it was in keeping with the eternal fit ness of things that the best teams should win the money, which was cer tainly the case. The Juneau boys be ing by long odds the best players." Not only could the Star have said the Juneau team "traveled most miles to get here," but that it was made up entirely from the bona fide employees of one Juneau store. It might be added, also, that the members of the team from the C. W. Young company store reciprocate in fullest measure the good words said about them by Whltehorse people. They say that the residents of the city at the head of Yukon navigation are unexcelled as hosts, and that they were never treated better any place, nor given a hotter time. E. C. CHEASTY KILLS SELF AT SEATTLE SEATTLE. June 12.?Edward C. Cheasty, a wealthy pioneer merchant of this city, member of the park com mission, member of leading city clubs, prominent in civic affairs and Democratic politics, committed sui cide late this afternoon by jumping1 from the tenth story of the Hotel ?Washington. He was 'a native of this State, 50 years of age, unmar ried and in poor health. PRESBYTERIAN LADIES TO HAVE GOODIE SALE The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres byteriau church will have a Goodie Sale tomorrow afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock at the store of W. H. Case, at the corner of Front and Main streets. All manner of things that are good to eat will be offered for sale. They will include cakes, pies, bread and other edibles, all home cooked and fresh. CHANGE OF ADMINISTRA TION. * At the Orpheum. ??? The Pathe Weekly, shown at the Orpheum last night, was unusually in teresting as was also "The Change of Administration," a political play in 2 reels, with beautiful setting, costumes, etc., especially in the inaugural ball scene. Mary Fuller as Mercy Merrick, was as she always Is: good. "Bill," a good comedy, closed the show, which will be repeated tonight.) Watch for Cleopatra, in six reels, j Entire change of program Saturday. I HOW TO GET BUSINESS AND KEEP IT. A famous and %cry successful busi ness man told me once that there are 6743 different ways of making a suc cess in business. I found that the most important ones are: To give your patrons a square deal ?all the time, remembering that a satisfied customer will become your friend. Sell the best goods for the least you can afford, and give perfect service at all times to everbody. My greatest concern Is that you shall be satisfied. Z. J. LOUSSAC, Juneau Drug Co., 107 Front St., opposite Alaskan hotel. 6-12-lt. A clean, well-pressed suit is a busi ness asset. Try Shearer & Torviner, 128 Front St., prone 242. 6-12-lm. NOME BOATS CAN'T ( LANDJPASSENGERS NOME, Juno 12.?The Victoria ar rived off Nomo Wednesday evening ] from Seattle and the Senator yestor- i day morning. An Ice pack olght miles < In width Intervenes between the Sen- 1 ator and the shore. The Victoria I abandoned an attompt to lnnd her pas- t sengers and freight during Wednes day night and proceeded to St. Michael j where she will discharge her passen gers and freight for that place, take on Southbound passengers and return to Nome. j The Corwln and Bear are still ( hemmed In by tho Ice In the Nome ( roadstead. ( 1 W. f. GILMOUR DIES AT SEATTLE William P. Gilmour died at tea o'- 1 clock last night In the Minor hospital, * Seattle, where ho went a few weeks 1 ago In Bearch of health which he never found. t Until within a few monthB ago, when he was taken with an affection of the stomach and received treatment ^ In tho hospital In Juneau, William F. Gilmour was apparently in most per fect health which radiated through his splendid physique and genial dlsposl- 1 tlon, but the germ of cancer dovelop- ^ ed and from robust health he was soon c reduced to a bed of sickness and death, j, W. F. Gilmour was 39 eyars old, j his birthplart) being Minneapolis, Mln- f ncsota, where his mother still resides, v though she was at his bedside when t death came, having been called when 1 the illness became serious. He leaves r a married sister in Minnesota, and a c wife and daughter, Mae, aged 13, who ^ were with him during his last illness. Ho was a member of Mt. Juneau Lodge ^ No. 147, F. & A. M., Alaska Lodge of Perfection No. 1, Scottish Rite Ma sons and the Juneau Lodge No. 420, B. P. 0. E. Tho funeral will be held S in Seattle Sunday, tho services to bo J conducted by the Masonic bodies of " that city. Friends of the former citizen and 0 p the commercial men of Juneau have wired to Seattle florists to furnish the casket with beautiful wreathes and floral offerings. j Mr. Gilmour had lived for many c years in Juneau. He had travelwl all t! over the North as a commercial sales- c man, and was widely known and loved for his uprightness and generous * qualities. As a partner of D. A. Ep steyn in the firm of Epsteyn & Gil mour, his business relations with the p retail men of the North have been var- n ied and honorable. ? ? ? ? ii REV. J. B. STEVEN8 " RETURNS TO JUNEAU v Rev. John B. Stevens, pastor of the ^ Juneau Presbyterian church, returned to Juneau on the Princess-Sophia from a attendance at the General Assembly f< of the Presbyterian church which con- 1 vened at Chicago, May 21, and a visit c with relatives and friends at Ashland, e Wis., and Muskegon, Mich. Mr. Stev ens enjoyed the trip and the sessions v of the assembly, but said today: "I n am glad to get back." t "The work of the General Assembly r was intensely interesting," said Mr. Stevens. "There wero between 900 * and 1000 commissioners present.. The progressive policies were approved in everything?particularly in the labor and country life fields. The former ^ has to do with factory work and immi- d grants in a large measure, and the ^ latter the work in the country church- 1 es." ' The contention over the home mis- 1 sionary work was settled by enlarging c the missionary board and the placing of more Western men on it. The ses- * sion8 were held in Dr. Stone's new J church. a Rev. O. B. Wille Accompanies Rev. ^ Stevens. v Rev. Mr. Stevens was accompanied v on his return to Juneau by Rev. O. v B. Wille, who will make his hcadquar- r ters at Juneau and devote his time to r outlying points. 11 , t , 1 DOME MINING ACCIDENT KILLS ANDY ROSS ?+? FAIRBANKS, Juno 11?While work ing on Discovery, Dome creek, Tues day afternoon, timbers gave way and Andy Ross, a recent arrival in Alns ka, was instantly killed. His compan ion escaped with slight injuries. Ross' body was recovered. NEWLY FORMED FRENCH CABINET QUITS TODAY PARIS, June 12.?The newly formed Ribot Cabinet resigned today. It has been in office three days. ' GOODIE SALE?TIME AND PLACE. What? Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyter ian church goodie sale. Time? Tomorrow afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock. 1 Place? t W. H. Case's store, cornep Front I and Main streets. i . tk CHICAGO MAN 10 HEAD RESERVE BOARD WASHINGTON, Juno 12.?Thomas 3. Jones, a Chicago lawyor and for nor member of the board of trustees >f Princeton University, a personal rlcnd of tho President, has been prac Ically decided upon to be governor of he reserve banking board. EMPRESS OF IRELAND TO BE RAISED AT ONCE MONTREAL, June 12. ? Canadian Pacific officials announce that the Em >rcs8 of Ireland will be raised Irame 1 lately. American divers and wreck ?rs have been at work around the vreck for several days, and they re >ort that tho damage to the vessel 1h lot noarly as extensive as was feared. Identify Vancouver People. VANCOUVER, B. C., Juno 12. ?The >odles of Mrs. E. B. Hepburn and her ,wo children, of thlB city, victims of he Empress of Ireland wreck, were dentifled at Quebec and burled there resterday at Mount Harmony ceme ery. /ICE-PRES. VANDERLIP SAYS CONDITIONS UNBLAMEABLE ?4? NEW LONDON, Conn., Juno 12. ? flce-President Vanderllp of tho City National Bank, addressing the New fork Bankers' Association, in annual 1 :onventlon here today, said that the tusiness situation has become more ? lependent upon political than ecnomic 1 actors. He accepted, he said, at full I alue President Wilson's diagnosis of I he situation. The President says "the 1 rouble Is psychological, and he is I ight. There Is nothing in the actual ' onditions to Interfere with the re- I umption of commercial and indus rial activity." I "RUSTED CLERK ACCUSED OF - STEALING $30,000 IN STONES ? ?+? SAN FRANCISCO, June 12?Albert - I. Samuels, president of the Samuels ? ewelry company, reported to the po- ? Ice yesterday that Joseph Fischer, a < rusted clerk, had stolen $30,000 worth < f unmounted diamonds from the com- 1 lanys' store. ' Pi?I I. AH ? riOWIICI IB ni I vu.vw. SANTA CRUZ, Calif., Juno 12. ? ' oseph Fischer, tho missing San Fran isco jewelry clerk, was arrested in \ he mountains near hero today. He onfcs8cd his theft. IOXIOUS GAS ACCELERATES ' DEATH OF YOUNG MAN < ?+? 1 Harry Shocn died at St. Ann's hos- i ltal late yesterday afternoon, the im- f icdiato cause being traumatic pneu- < nonia. The young man had been ail- < ng for a number of days and his ill- r ess was recently aggravated when he I Mth other workmen were overcome < rlth gas fumes in the tunnels of the Jaska Juneau working. I Mr. Shoen was about 23 years of ge and a native of Germany. He had ormerly beein the employ of the "readwell company, but upon his re- i ent return from Germany had accept* j d employment here. 1 An attempt is being made to get rord from the relatives of tho dead i nan, and the body will be held until omorrow In the hope of securing di- ] ections for the burial. ' VRCTIC BROTHERHOOD CAMP | ORGANIZED LAST NIGHT An Arctic Brotherhood camp, to be mown as Camp Juneau No. 31, was ecicied upon last night at the Alas ;an hotel when fifty members signed he charter which will be secured 1 rom Gov. J. F. A. Strong as Grand Lrctlc Chief and Grant A. Baldwin, as Jrand Arctic Recorded. Capt. Frank Johnston recently took he initiative in establishing a camp In , uneau, since which time he has been issisted by other of the organization, tt last night's meeting Mr. Johnston , t-as choBen chairman, Grant A. Bald win acted as secretary and H. H. Post fas appointed temporary keeper of mggets. At a meeting announced for lext Thursday, the regular officers trill be elected nnd the camp reguiar y installed. BISHOP ROWE DEPARTS. Right Rev. P. T. Rowo, Episcopal Mshop of Alaska, and Miss Fullerton, vho was Mrs. Rowe's nurse, left for he South on the Princess Sophia. They have been guests of Rev. George 3. Renlson since returning from the ' uneral of Mrs. Rowe at Sitka. Blsh ?p Rowe had Intended to visit Ketchl can and Wrangcll before leaving Al- 1 iska, but had to defer the visits until lis return. He will consult with dig- 1 litaries of tho Church of England, vhich is working harmoniously with he Episcopal church In the North, as veil as with clergymen of his own ' ?hurch at Seattle. He expects to bo 1 n Juneau again In August ? ? ? i TORVINEN BUYS INTEREST. ??? John Torvinon has purchased a half ntercst in Shearer's clothes pressing ind repairing business. Hereafter the lrm name will be Shearer and Torvi ien. Pacific toast Company! To Invade Westward MEDIATORS AGREE AS TO MEXICO ?+? NIAGARA FALLS, Canada, Juno 12. Justice Joseph R. Lamar, one of the A norlcan delegates to the peace conference, announced that a substan tial agreement has been arrived at for the transfer of the government of Mex ico to the new provisional government thnt it Is proposed to establish. It is believed by tho American delegates that the representatives of the Con stitutionalists, who will, It is under stood. be named today will agree to the plans that have been agreed upon. They are being held In abeyance to ascertain whether or not that will be tho case. Funston Suspects Huerta. VERA CRUZ, Juno 12.?Gen. Fun ston fears that Huerta is planning to attack the outposts of his army at Vera Cruz. REDFIELD ASKS AID IN ALASKA LEGISLATION WASHINGTON, Juno 12?Secretary of Commerce William C. Redfleld has written a letter to Senator Miles Poln lexter ,of Washington, requesting that 1 he assist in securing an appropriation for aids to Alaska navigation. It seems that the House appropriations commit tee has cut out the appropriations for the proposed wire drag survey of the ! water routes of travel in Alaska and the proposed new survey vessel. The committee also lopped off $100, 300 asked for fish protection. > + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4,!,+ j. * 1 > GREECE ALMOST READY * f TO FIGHT TURKEY * I- -J? ?5- ATHENS, June 12.?Premier + J- Venlelos today Issued a warn- ? i- ing to Turkey that Greece is * f little short of ready to declare ? i- war on account of the "perse- ? 1- cution of Greeks in Turkey." ? + > ? ] j? ?|? 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* ?VAR IN FAIRBANKS' CITY GOVERNMENT FAIRBANKS. Juno 11.?There has )cen considerable strife aroused In the :lty government of Fairbanks. City Physician Dr. Aline Bradley, the wo nan physician, alleges that the milk tupply of the city is impure. The deal srs deny the charge, and ask for pros scution or exoneration of the charge. The city council has demanded that 3r. Bradley present the proof of her :hargc8 or her resignation. i 3ALLOONIST IS INJURED , BY LIGHTNING BOLT PORTLAND, Ore., June 12.?A car- | Tier pigeon arrived this afternoon with i message from the balloon of the Mil Ion Population club, saying: "Balloon struck by lightning. Ber ry hurt. Come quick." The message refers to Capt. John Berry of St. Louis, the balloon's pilot, .vho ascended yesterday. The balloon is supposed to be in the Cascade moun tains. AMERICAN ENGINEERS ARE OFF FOR CHINA SEATTLE, Juno 12. ? Seventeen American engineers, headed by Col. W. L. Scibert, who was assistant en gineer of the Panama canal construe- 1 tlon work, have sailed from Vancouv er, B. C., for China yesterday, to take charge of the work* on the project to prevent the Huai river floods that an- 1 nually cause devastation and death. TWO CHICAGO BANKS CLOSE THEIR DOORS CHICAGO, June 12.?Lorimer's La Salle Street Trust and Savings Bank and the Broadway Street Illinois State Bank, affiliated institutions, closed their doors today upon order of the State bank examiners. Their deposits amount to J5.000. . ? ArrAw CUID LAHV1C onir PASSES THROUGH CANAL COLON, Juno 12. ? Tho 9,000-ton Dccnn steamship Ancon passed through the Gatun locks into Gatun lake and back into the Atlantic yester day. i RUSSIA TO HAVE THE i WORLD'S LARGEST DOCK ST. PETERSBURG* June 11.? Tho largest floating dock In the world, cost ing $2,000,000, and capable of carry ing vessels of 40,000 tons, Is being con structed at Odessa, Russia. HUMBOLDT SAILS. SEATTLE, June 12?The Humboldt sailed for Alnska last night with Hen ry States, Alfred Clark and two steer age passengers for Juneau. SEATTLE, June 12.?Beginning lat er this year, the Pacific Coast Steam ship company, the pioneer Alaskan steamship operating company, will ex tend Its service to Prince William sound and other Southwestern Alaska points, according to an announcement made today. The service will be sup plied by the steamships Puebla and Umatilla." AMERICAN MEN ARE WOMEN'S BEST BLESSING CHICAGO, Juno 12.?Addressing the delegates to the general convention of the American Federation of Wom en's clubs, Mrs. Percy V. Pcnnycrack er, president of the organization, re; ferred to American men as the "great est blessing to womankind." The sen timent was cheered. Women Discuss Greek Costumes. CHICAGO, June 12.?"The Rebels of Daphne," a Greek pageant in which arc bare limbed, airily clad girls and male dancers in similar classic free dom of garb, were much discussed by members of the Federation of Wom en's clubs. The pageant Is given for the benefit of an art Intsltute. COLOMBIAN TREATY WILL GO BEFORE SENATE SOON WASHINGTON, June 12. -- Secre tary of State William J. Bryan Bald yesterday that the new treaty with the United States of Colombia will be sub mitted to the United States immediate ly after Congress is through with the free tolls repeal bill. The treaty pro vides for the payment of $25,000,000 for partition of Panama, formerly Colombian territory, between the Unit ed States and the new Republic of Panama. SUFFRAGETTES DYNAMITE CORONATION CHAIR LONDON, June 12?Suffragettes yes terday afternoon exploded a bomb un der the coronatoln chair at Westmin ster Abbey. The explosion occured on the coronation stone on which ancient kings used to sit when they were crowned. The stone was badly chip ped, the chair, itself, escaping with slight injury. The coronation chair and stone have been in the abbey since 1296. They were made by the order of Edward I. UTAH DEMOCRATS AND PROGRESSIVES UNITE -?+? SALT LAKE .June 12.?The Demo crats and Progressives formed a fu sion here yesterday. They keynote of the conventions, which convened sep arately, was the accomplishment of the defeat of Senator Reed Smoot After the conventions united into one gathering, James H. Moylc, Democrat, of Salt Lake, was nominated for Unit ed States Senator. Senator Smoot will be the standpat Republican candidate for re-elction. ROOSEVELT DANCES WITH SENORA AND DEPARTS ?+? MADRID, June 12.?Col. Theodore Roosevelt, at the dance following the marriage of his son, Kermit, and Miss . Willard yesterday, stepped the Vir ginia reel with Senora Deto, wife of the Prime Minister, and then left for Paris on his way back to the United States. CLARK NAMES DIXON SPEAKER PRO-TEM WASHINGTON. June 12? Speaker Champ Clark yesterday appointed Rep resentative Lincoln Dixon, of Indiana, as acting Speaker of the House of Rep resentatives during his absence from the capital. Speaker Clark goes to address Marshall College, of which he was president when a young man. FAIRBANKS ODD FELLOWS JOIN WASHINGTONIANS ?+? SPOKANE, June 12.?At the meet ing of the Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., of the jurisdiction of Washington, the Fairbanks lodge was yesterdny admit ted to membership in the jurisdiction. aw Tr*TAm 1,000-FUUT, Z/-n.i>ui SHIP HERE SOON NEW YORK, June 12?Leonard Pes kett, chief naval architect of the Cun ird line says: "A 1000-foot, 27-knot ship must come not later than 1917; all statements by anybody to the con trary notwithstanding." OHIO MAN TO BE AM BASSADOR TO FRANCE WASHINGTON, June 12?The Pres ident today nominated William 0. Sharp, of Ohio, to be ambassador to France. WEALTHY CANADIAN MINE OPERATOR DIES MONTREAL, June 12.?Duncan Mc Martln, a wealthy miner of the Co balt region, died here last night.