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MAYOR SEITLES
BITTER STRIKE
FOR PITTSBURG
Citys Executive In Ringina
Speech Ends Situation Which
Was Growing Serious
VIOLENCE BREAKS OUT
ON DAY OF WALKOUT
When Agreement Seems lm-
possible Mayor Magee
Brings Parties Together
PITTSBURG Juno 2S A settle
ment of the Pittsburg traction strike
-mad tonleht All cars will be
nut in miration at oclock tomorrow
morninc The agreement was made
at a conference of union men and the
street car company officials tonight
in Mavnr Macces office
nthnnrh onlv two days old the
ria had shown slens of violence
and two detects es narrowly escaped
death when the crowd around the
nnkln street car barns attacked
rmiriMti Tifinimton workmen Th
detectives attempted to pacify the
mn nnn the crowd then deoted Us
attention to the detectives and after
beating them unmercifully dragged
them to a hlh bridge over a ravine
near the car barns and threatened to
throw them over the rail If they te
rMl nrrrmlse to keen out of the
clashes between the strike breakers
and the friends of the strikers The
arrival of the police alone saved the
detectives
Rioting also broke out in the down
town section early In the afternoon
when a mob around the Herron hill
obstructions on the
car barns placed
tracks The police dispersed the riot
ers and removed the timbers from the
tracks All the police forceof Greater
Ittsburg numbering 1000 men were
constantly on duty augmented by
special deputies sworn in by the
sheriff
Not a car was in operation tojla
with the exception of a United States
mail special
It developed tonight that the strike
was the outcome of but two points of
difference One was the alleged neg
lect of the car company to shorten
swing runs and the other the al
leged refusal of the company to re
Instate discharged men without prop
er hearing
All dav long Mayor Magee made
vain efforts to bring the to factions
together At C oclock tonight no
amicable adjustment seemed In sight
The mayor however did not give up
and asked both to attend a confer
ence at his office At 9 oclock when
lie cot them together again the mayor
said the residents of Pittsburg will
tolerate neither rioting nor prolong
ed traffic disturbances Only after
tme mayor had made this statement
niain to comnany and men
did they sign an agreement allowing
discharged men proper hearings be
fore superintendents and giving assur
ance of the company that the secre
tarv -will shorten swing runs fifty
TTir irill he no ratification meet
ing of men at union headuarters b it
they were notified Dy me major uu
committee and will instruct
the pickets at various var barns to
call men for amy ai a o tint
FnTnllSlEH
TRAIN STRIKES AUTO
One Woman Dead and Five
Men Seriously Hurt As Re-
suit of Collision
SPOKANE Wash- June 28 One
dead and five seriously Injured Is tne
record of an automobile accident in
tMs citv tonight when a machine so
le g at the rate of thirty miles an hour
cvashed Into an Oregon Railway and
Navigation company train from Te
Ttoa Wash which was also running
at a hich rate of speed
Mrs D E Maguard of this city wa3
killed Her husband who was anv
lnir the automobile was seriously in-
rjued Others Injured are Miss Mary
Strrline I- Corbeille J D Williams
and A H Ahfcnen
TGNOPAH SHOPS AND
ROUND HOUSE BURN
TAFT ENTERTAINS CABINET
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TOXOPAH June The repair
shops and round bouse of the Tonopah
and Goldfleld railroad were destroyed
by fire tonight The loss Is estimated
at 500000 Several powerful moun
tain locomotives were destroyed and
others badlr damaged Michael Don-
ohue a night watchman was badly
Tjurned in an endeavor to extlnqulsh
the fire
WASHINGTON June 28 Presi
dent Taft gave a state dinner tonight
on the roof of the west wine of Ihe
WhlteHouse
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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW
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HON P L OWEN
Reprecentlng State of Oklahoma
the United State Senate
LESS PHY
Senator Owen Gives Figures
Showing Per Cent of Cost
Paid in Wages
OPERATIVES SHARE IS
STEADILY GROWING LESS
By Tav
WASHINGTON June 2S Although
the Republican leaders assert they
are revising the tariff upward not for
the benefit of the manufacturers but
to protect the American workingman
no statistics have been offered by any
Republican thus far to show labors
actual benefits under the high Dingley
rates
Noting the lack of Information on
the subject Senator Owen of Okla
homa submitted figures show lng these
Important facts r
That In the textile Industries labor
received 22 per cent of the value of
the gross product In wages In 1S90
only 208 per cent In 1900 and but
195 per cent in 190s In contrast to
the decrease in labor reward cloth
ing which couldbe bought by the con
sumer In 1896 for J 1360 cost 2010 in
1907
That in the metal and metal prod
ucts industries labor received 204 per
cent of the gross product in 1S90 and
127 per cent in 1905 metals costing
11323 in 189S cost 1752 In 1907
That in the iron and steel industry
labor 201 per cent In 1890 and 16S
per cent in 1905 paper and printing
Industry 2G in 1890 and 216 In 1905
liquors and beverages 85 In 1890 and
89 in 1905 clay and glass 393 In
1S90 and 371 In 1905
That breadstuffs costing 1050 lu
1896 cost 1816 In 1907r meat cost
ing 705 in 189C cost 964 in ISO
other fod costing 853 in 1896 cost
982 In 1907 miscellaneous items
costing 1352 In 1696 cost 1924 in
1907
Look over the wonderful- tables I
have submlted said Senator Owen
showing the profits of the various
manufacturers of the country by
groups of industries Remember the
enormous stock watering operations
shown by Moody s Manual and by
Poors Manual and the corporation
suttlstlcs of the last fifteen years and
then consider what it means when
tills watered cauital on food products
pays 164 per cent Interest with a fair
ly estimated profit considering wa
ter of 32 per cent on textiles of 12
per cent which when fairly estimated
would be 24 per cent on Iron and
steel of J06 per cent which would
be probably 30 per cent If water was
excluded on lumber of 187 per cent
and probably of nearly 50 per cent
en the Industries of leather 135 per
cent when it should be three times
that and so on all through the list
These tables necessarily include a
multitude ofcompanles whose profits
are reasonable and just in every re
spect who are not monopolists who
are doing business on a fair compet
itive market so that the profits of
monopoly are the special profits which
swfll this total to a nlgn iigure ana
vtLich stand above and far above the
averages which ere given
When there Is also taken into
the fact that on a physlial
valuation thete corporations w ilit
not have probably one third of the
capital invested which tbey pretend c
have by tUIr capital stock when it
U remembered tiwt under the nad
of salaries and mi cellaneous expends
ami other artlni methods of bookkeep
ing the earrings of these monopoVe
aro lining t sed and concealed and le
lng lnvsll lr various forms of nrp
erty It It no exaggeration to say I hat
th j eaTnngs ao probably three times
what thpy arpear to be on the face of
the cenmt nsxils
WILL ASK SUITABLE
HOMES FOR EMBASSIES
Americana Abroad Would Have Gov
ernment Furnish Proper Build
ings for Foreign Ambassadors
LONDON June 28 The recently
tViimw1 4 marlMti TT nKot oaiuvlla
IN STATEDINNER ON ROOFJtlon ha begun a campaign among
Americans living and traveling in
England to enlist their support In a
movement to Induce the government
to provide embassis In foreign cap
itals with suitable buildings
WASHINGTON June 2S After
seventy davs of almost continuous
debate the senate today at 345 p in
concluded the discussions of thy
Payne AHrich tariff bill Five min
utes afterward the senate adjourned
to prepare for the corporation and In
come tax debate which begins to
morrow The early adjournment at
forded the tired senators a little of
the much needed relaxation from long
hours In the overheated chamber
Senator Aldrlch told some of his
REGULAR MEMBER ASSOCIATEDPRESS
BISBEE ARIZONA TUESDAY MORNING JUNE 29 1909
SENATORS END LONG TARIFF
DEBATE INCOME TAX IS NEXT
Discussion of Payne Aldrich Revenue Bill Comes to Close Af
ter Seventy Days of Zealous Effort By Republicans to
Protect Interests of Monopolies Aldrjch Now
Wants Rest
SENATE PREPARES FOR CORPORATION AND
INCOME TAX DEBATE WHICH BEGINS TODAY
friends that he would take a few
days off for a water trip if It devel
ops that the Income tax discussion
Is not likely to be extended In this
event Senator Flint will take charge
of the bill and Senator RooCWho
aided Attorney General Wickersham
in drafting the corporation tax amend
ment will take charge of that meas
ure
There has been some discussion of
postponing the Income tax and cor
ToratIon tax amendments until the
next regular session but this is not
met with favor It Is now expected
that only one vote will intervene be
tween the assembling of the senate
tomorrow and taking up of these
questions of internal tax question
Senator Tillman has pending an
amendment providing for a tax of ten
cents a pound on tea and it is said
that this provision will not lead to
further debate No Intimation has been
given of other amendments and the
discussion will probably be shifted
immediately from tariff to Internal
revenue
offense for an enlisted man to be
found smoking cigarettes and to pro
hibit the sale at all navy storehouses
If the bead of the navy department
takes such action It will be a mark
against the marine or sailor who is
found In line during dress parade with
nicotine stained fingers
Rear Admiral Walnwright was seen
this morning on board the battleship
Georgia He was non commltal Ad
miral Schroeder Is commander-in-chief
he said He Is my superior
officer If such an order Is made it
Continued on Page Five
WHAT IS WHISKEY
IS PUT UP TO TAFT
President Hears Argument On
Much Mooted Pure Food
Law Question
WASHINGTON Jnne 28 Presi
dent Taft today wrestled with tho
question What Is whisky Before
him were attorneys representing prai
tically all interests that have been
waging the fight over the original de
cision of Dr Wiley chemist to he
department of agriculture in regard
to what whisky Is and what snouia
be labeled Imitation whisky
After prolonged arguments tho
hearing adjourned until tomorrow
Joseph H Coate former American
ambassador to Great Britain was
among the array of counsel for- the
manufacturers
HUMANE OFFICER KILLED
ATTEMPT TO DISCHARGE DUTY
MEMPHIS Jane 8 Because he
Interfered in behalf of overworked
and disabled mules George
sr a humane officer was shot and
killed today Chanes Slier foreman
of a construction camp was arrested
and charged with- the crirae
Cummins to Speak First
It Is understood that the openlug
speech will be made by Cummins n
support of the Income tax amendment
as part of the tariff Dill In contradlc
tlon to the movement for a corpora
tion tax and an independent Tesolu
tlon looking to the Insertion of tho
income tax through the medium of a
constitutional amendment
Todays proceedings consisted of a
general clearing up of passed ocr
provisions Cotton bagging and cotton
ties and Incidentally binding twine
occupied much of the senates time
Early In the day Senator McLaurtr
moved to place bagging on the free
list and contrary to general expecia
tlon the resolution prevailed The
southern senators however were not
eo fortunate with cotton ties which
they also desired admitted free Cul
berson proposed the change In ties
He came within seven votes of win
ning the vote standing thirty one to
thlrtv -eight
The duty on structural Iron and
steel valued at more than nine tenths
cent a pound was Increased from
three tenths to four tenths cents
pound being an addition to the house
rate of one tenth of a cent
On zinc in pigs was also placed an
additional half c nt per pound over
the house rate of one cent
Cotton Left on Free List
Ineffectual efforts were made to
have school books salt and Egyptian
cotton placed on the dutiable list
Senator Bacon who offered an ameu 1
Continued on Page Five
BAR CIGARETTES GAINS RELEASE
r
JackiesFear Order Prohibitinn
Use of Wicked Rolls
In Service
ADMIRAL WOULD MAKE
OFFENSE PUNISHABLE
PHILADELPHIA June 28 Sailors
at the Philadelphia navy yard are In a
defiant frame of mind because of an
announcement news of which reached
the League Island this morning that
the commander-in-chief of the Atlantic
squadron intends to place a ban on
cigarette smoking among the officers
and men
Admiral Schroeder Is not a cigarette
smoker and it is said at the yard
this morning he Is opposed to the use
of tobacco in this form Members of
several societies for the suppression
of vice have time and again attempted
to enlist his aid in banishing the
wicked rolls from use In the navy
May be Punishable Offense
The admiral has recommended that
Secretary of the Navy Meyer take
such action as to make it a punishable
REARRESTED
Woiverton Wins Habeas Cor
pus Motion But Must Face
Different Charge
JURY FINDS PARHAM
GUILTY OF ASSAULT
SDeclal to the Review
TOMBSTONE June 28 The at
tention of the district court was to
day largely occupied in the trial of
the case of the territory against
den Parham Indicted by the grand Jury
on a charge of assault with intent to
commit murder This case went to
the Jury about 3 oclock and later a
verdict of guilty of assault with a
deadly weapon was returned with a
recommendation to mercy
The offense of which Parham was
convicted was an assault upon George
Young committed In Upper Brewery
Gulcn In Blsbe in March last
Woiverton Is Rearrested
Walter Woiverton today won oi
his application for a writ of habeas
corpus but was hardly released from
custody and had not left court when
h ewas rearrested on another charge
Woiverton was originally arrested
on a forgery charge In Douglas and
was tried in the district court on
June 3 A discrepancy in the indict
ment was found during the trial and
a verdict of acquittal was ordered en
tered but the prisoner was held to
answer to the next grand Jury His
contention in the habeas corpus mo
tion was that he had already been in
Jeopardy on the forgery charge once
and this contention the court sus
Continued on Page Five
CHANCELLOR RUELOW
RE1ESJER RICH
Successor to Man Bearinn
Rank of Count and Prince
Is Not Selected
BERLIN June 28 Emperor Wil
liam has not considered the uestlon
of a successor to Chancellor von
low It is most probable that the
choice in Vra Bethraann Hollwig Im
perial secretary of state of the In
terior and vice chancellor He Is an
able parliamentarian but sever had
anything to do with foreign affairs
The emperor may also consider Baron
Marschll Von Blersteln ambassador
to Constantinople Among other pos
sibilities are Baron Von Rheinhaben
General Von LowenfeMt and General
Von Wedl
Prince Von Buelow who came from
the German embassy at Rome twelve
years ago without a title to be a for
eign secretary will go hack to Rome
and live In a villa recently purchased
by him there at a cost of 500000 A
poor man twelve years ago he re
tires with a large private fortune and
the ranks of count and prince
POLITICS ENTERS
JURY ROOM WHILE
INQUEST IS HELD
Strange Woodill Murder Mys
tery Ends in Wrangle Over
Coroners Verdict
FINAL THEORY GIVEN
BY POLICE OFFICIALS
ST MICHAELS Md June 28
With the compromise verdict of the
coroners Jury that Robert Eastman
either killed or was an accessory to
the murder of Mrs Edith May Wood
Ill and a declaration by States Attor
ney Taylor that he was through with
the case the strange dual tragedy
becamo a closed Incident today Four
of the twelve Jurors refused to sign
the verdict until tho words or acces
sory to the crime were added
One of the dissenting Jurors Meriey
wished to protest he said against the
manner In which the Inquiry was con
ducted declaring that much available
ovldence was not adduced There was
a bit of petty politics mixed In the
verdict for some members of the Jury
have been bitter enemies In Talbot
county affairs
The Jury sat for a time today In the
bungalow itself with Lastmans nn
marked grave not fifty feet away
Mrs Eastman had visited the place
earlier in the day and stood with dry
eyes beside the new mound- Some
one with ill Judged humor had plant
ed a tomato vine on the grave Mrs
Eastman thinking the vine a native
flower asked what It was No one
had the heart to tell her She stood
by the crave until at last a convulsive
shudder shook her shoulders and then
she was led away
From the testimony the authorities
have formed this final theory That
Eastman was In need of money that
he probably had been getting money
from Mrs Woodill some times that
lie undoubtedly knew something of her
past life and had been blackmailing
Eer that he attempted to continue
this practice and the woman rebelled
intimating that she too had found out
certain things about Eastman and
that if driven to It she would expose
him
HEAT WAVE EXACTS
AWFUL DEATH TOLL
Increase in New York Mortal
ity Rate Over Last Year
Two Hundred
NEW YORK June 28 The second
series of cooling thunderstorms broke
with the violence of a cloudburst late
this evening There was a sudden
drop in temperature and the storm
Is responsible for the death of one
man and the Injury of several
Before relief came today two deaths
were added to the leng list of tern
prature victims Th maximum tem
perature was 86 but the humidity
was very great
Summing up the result of the heat
wave Commissioner Darling In his
weekly mortality report today noted
an Increase of nearly 200 deaths over
the corresponding period last year
TEN MORE DIE IN
CHICAGO HEAT WAVE
CHICAGO June 28 Ten deaths
superinduced by excessive heat hav
been retorted by the police today and
numerous cases of prostrations were
cared for at hospitals
A coollnK breeez swept over the
city tonight and brought temporary
relief The Salvation Army will take
25000 poor children on a lake trip to
morrow
FORTY IS DEATH
LIST IN PHILADELPHIA
1PHILADELPHJA June 82 Nine
more deaths have been added to the
list of heat victims in this city today
This makes a total for the hot spell f
more than forty
STRONG WIND MAKES
FLIGHT IMPOSSIBLE
Wright Brothers Decide to Wait
For Favorable Weather For
Their Trial
WASHINGTON June 28 Owing to
a strong wind the Wright brothers
failed to make the expected aeroplane
flight this afternoon The senate had
set aside the tariff bill to allow the
members to witness the flight of the
aeroplane
x These together with several thous
and others sizzled In the hot sun on
theort drill grounds but the Wrights
decided the wind was too strong ana
too uncertain for a flight with the
new and untrieu machine
Orvllle Wright notified General
James Allen chief signal officer that
he Intended to make an unofficial trial
flight after seven oclock this evening
o
FAST BRIGADE RIDER DIES
FROM EXERTION IN RIDING
SALT LAKE Utah June 28 Par
ley Giles holder of -five worlds bicy
cling records died here tonight of
heart trouble caused the doctors be
lieve by a strain in track work Giles
though but 22 years of age rode a
mile last summer In 155 1 5
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HON MOSES E CLAPP
Senator Clapp of Minnesota led the
fight In the senate against admitting
tobacco and sugar from the Philip
pines free his contention being that
the sugar and tobacco trusts alone
would be the beneficiaries of such
legislation in this country He was
told by Senator Aldrlch that the meas
ure was especially favored by the
President and replied that he had
been diligently at work throughout
the special session to carry ont Mr
Tafts pledges to the people in re
gard to tariff reform but tfcat little
headway was being made The Min
nesota enator has voted with the sev
eral other Republican senators from
the middle west for a downward -re
vision of the tariff
FURTHER PRIZES
ARE NAMED
Committee Announces Prem
iums for Artistic Displays
During Celebration
JUDGES AND OFFICIALS
APPOINTED AT MEETING
The sub committee on amusements
for the Fourth of July celebration
committee met last night and arrang
ed a number of Important matters re
latlng to prizes which are offered in
connection with floats in the parade
city buildings and for the costumes at
the ball of Saturday night
Considerable Interest is being dls
played In all of the matters acted
upon by the committee last night and
Inquiries have been frequent as to
what prizes were to be offered for the
best decorated float for the most at
tractive stores and residences and for
the costumes at the carnival
Prizes for Paraders
It was announced last night that
the best float in the parade will be
awarded a 30 prize the best team of
two or more horses will receive 25
the best trade display will win a 1
prize and 10 goes to the best private
turnout Thus inducements for tha
display of artistic talent in the Sat
urday morning parade are not
and there should be a very at
tractive display all through the col
umn that will more down from the
head of Main street while along the
line of march and through the city
there will be gorgeous displays an-
beautifully decorated homes a detail
that was also provided for at last
nights meeting The best decorated
business house Is to receive a 2
prize and the best decorated private
residence will be provided for with h
15 award
At the ball there will be jnany
prizes awarded but at last nights
meeting only the first prize of a 75
diamond ring for the best costumed
lady was announced There will he
tenor fifteen other prizes and these
will be announced tomorrow by the
committee
Committee Selects Officials
It was decided last night that Era
est Hughes will be marshal of the
day and will have eight aides these
being St M King M A Peterson
Asa T Hoy J J Walsh Harry Jen
nlngs L R Bailey F W Ritter and
M J Sullivan
The Judges of all events In connec
tion wltn the ball are Mesdamest
Fred Julff C E Rlnehart Lew Wal
lace M A Peterson and A M Mar
tin and the Judges In connection with
the parade and the decoration of the
city are Mayors A wentwortn oi
Tombstone W A Green of Douglas
and George Neale of this city
ALLEGED DYNAMITERS
RECEIVE THEIR FREEDOM
Men Accused of Wrecking Whalens
- Tucson Residence Discharged
Evidence Insufficient
TUCSON June 28 Ben KHnk and
Thomas Northen held as suspects in
ten Whalen dynamiting case had
their preliminary hearing today and
were discharged becatrce of Insuffi
cient evidence
The authorities and railroad de
tectives are still working on the case
The rewards now aggregate 2000
o
CRUISER FOR ELKS
PUBLISHED IN THE BE8T MINING
CITY ON EARTH
POPULATION 1200 MONTHLY
- PAY ROLL 500660
HO 158
POLICE INSIST
LEON LING CAN
NOT STAY FREE
New York Officers Certain
Elsie Sigels Murderer Will
Be Captured
INSPECTOR TELLS ALL
- DETECTIVES LEARNED
First Official and Detailed
Statement is Made Public
In New York
NEW YORK June 28 Inspector
McCafferty chief of the New York
detective- bureau gave out tonight the
first authentic statement of the mur
der or Elsie Sigcl that has been made
by the police since the discovery of
the girls body on June 18 in a trunk
In the bedroom ofLeon Ling
We shall catcbMhe murderer the
inspector said Delay does not alter
that althopgh it chafes us The whola
country Is one -vast rat trap with every
exit guarded
The girl was killed on June 9 We
believe Leon Ling is the man who did
it with Chung Sin his roommate as
a possible accomplice We have Chung
Sin From his room In Eighth avenue
Leon Ling went straight to Wash
ington and there sent the Dont worry
telegram signed Elsie received the
night or tho murder by the Slgel fam
ily From Washington he returned to
New York At midnight June 9 he
took the body In a trunk to Newark
arriving about 2 a m June 10
Unable to dispose of the trunk
Leon returned to New York with tho
body on the afternoon of Juno 10 and
left It lnhts room From that moment
we lose ail trace of him So far as we
know he had no ojher possible ac
complIcQithan Chung STn
No other murder that I can re
member lias attracted such wide ln
tjrejt such enthusiastic co-operation
on the part of the police of other
cities All the forces of the country
itn working n3 a preat machine We
have fifty men of our own in cities
of the east
The only possible ship on which
Leon could have left the country is
due to arrive at Yokohoma on July 3
She will be watched The man can
not getout of the country Jf he is
alive we will catch him
All Chinese laundries In toe city
which a operated by the four com
panies in the name cf the Individual
managers received notices today la
Chiese from owners warning employes
they must have nothing to do with
white women except laundry business
on pain oi dismissal
It was learned tonight that detec
tives were sent to the neighborhood of
Passaic and Patterson on what is said
by Inspector McCafferty to be the
best clue yet as to the whereabouts
of Leon Ling We may have Leon
In a few hours said McCafferty
CALIFORNIA HOLDS CHINESE
WHO MAY BE MURDERERS
SAN DIEGO Calif June 28 This
evening Sheriff Jennings was notified
by telephone by Constable Ruiz of El
Cajon that he bad In custody a Chi
nese beating close resemblance to
Leon Ling The constable said he
would bring the suspect to this city
but up to a late hour tonight had not
presened himself at the county Jail
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SEIZE JIUM CANS
Suspicious Actions of Chinese
Lead to Arrest and Sub
sequent Finding Drug
SAN FRANCISCO June 28 A
search of the Trans Pacific liners
Chlyo Maru and Asia resulted today
In the arrest of two Chinese charg
ed with - -smuggling opium and the
seizure of 322 cans of the drug hidden
between the inner and outer shells
of the steamers
Cdstom officers observed two Chi
nese acting strangely and seized a
suit ca3e they carried This was dis
covered to contain forty two cans of
opium Cans wer also attached to
long strings and a search of the
steamers revealed other strings projecting-
When these were pulled up
other cans wer found
RECEIVER APPOINTED
FOR TWO BIG MINES
Fiftyitwo Sacks of Ore Now
Being Held Which Are Es
timated at 400000
GRASS VALLEY Cal June 28
Henry C McPlke a San Francisco at
tnrnpr has been annolnted receiver
I for the and Bonanza
J miles of Allegheny In the suit
A dispatch from Washington says brought by il Vanderbeugle Tho
the cruiser Albany now at Corlnto latter demands an accounting of nil
Nicaragua has been ordered to San moneys and ores received by E H
Pedro to participate In the Elks Car- Wilson since their co partnership
nival to be held at Los Angeles from McPlke is In charge of the mtnes and
July 10 to 17 also has fifty two sacks of ore taken
The vessel will the n proceed to San from the mine whlcti
Francisco are worth about 400000
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