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JU..UM1 ' JOHN niTCHELU JR , ? ED1TOH l e aent ao aa ao r>ioh ca by Wesjn?aAajr. >M8 tS aVT>VaUraaV On* .??r. - ?. ? tha ? nth? ADVERT1<9TM? KATaB. . <tne luwii Wi?i . ? I .v) aaa ? ooelnch, 60 ?utio?a j.?v . DaV i , - ? e lf ' ? i>f tha BAi ?ious. T: advoeates of b1 >W dis poaed to eall a balt and ask what wlil he propose next. The Whfl 1 has been standing up tor him throaajh artl report as well >od, but it seema to !>? down ln its commendation of b The citizen th. follow lont Roosevelt without :. or a misgiving ls thoroughly qualified :>>n to follow anythlng tuis eide of Hea\> Governor lanies K. Vardaman aays, that he has not surrendered to Jeaua. We belleve he spoke the truth. It siiorilegious to apeak too but we would i be the : kill ':. ' I lf ? i ln this Of a ii. ;. jt aeem^ pjajav th. .inage ? I the whtta aaaa'a aau 11 wi'l red that the ? 1 a large proportion of the lai u-r.tial whlte leaders imination of the Xegro.?the pn that good Baa The result has l >trous. . ayhje took the placea of the colored lead usured up to the ...rd and they hare glren no end of trouble. The whlto contingent now advo cate a further elimination and this time the white raan la to be the eub Ject for political araputation. The i <i man is not there now I aaapetated. W I with ? uient all of tbes> to se the b the ? \ \\< -i I M\ PORA Kl ? ? l ? I D IN SIGHT. in Bajwaal rrlal iiotfc I th | .d.'d dowu A warr.? BOTjary waa '. j^ai*>st Dr. I. a phyaician, of Wallace, - aa f..r the <i Mierlff J. W ? to the in B, loft for W?l to BITeet The end of tbe trial of Haywond, red with the mardar af aad eoa aplracy to mardar I la now within meaaarabla diatacce. wlil now aatar its tenth ? hare raat ed, ai bnttal haa begun. HEARST WIN3 AGAIN. Kltfht K?r Itemnnt of BWBW/ Ycrk'i Majomllr \ <>?? ln IOOS. nkw lOBK, lalj II rTUliam B I waa anothcr battle ln hia flght for B recouut of th nst in tho tlon of 1906 wben the ?te divialon of the aupreme court handcd down a de nyliiR the applicatiou f-.r a writ of prohibi tJoa against tbe rec junting of the bal lots. The oeBai ided on the quea tion, Juf r and Rlcb joiniug la a refuaal to graat tho cation, wiiiie ] Jeaka and diaesBtad from the opinion of .ajorlty. justi-o Qayaor, who wrote the opin lon for the niajorlry. aald tbe matter . one and that It waa competent for the 6upreme court to - apaa ?t It la now believed that Mayor Me f'lelian. who waa repreaented by Eu gene I.amb Rlrhard*. will take tha matter t<> the court of appeala. DIED FROM EXHAU8TION. W. D. W)?m *?? a Vletiaa mt Blaoat bbBbjbV MOI'XT KIS< o. N Y.. Joly 17.-In yeatlgatioc iuto the death of Willlam TV V I ? FINANCIAL A 0 COMMERCIAL. i .ttea. - - Merateae. v ? ? - i rketa ? HOT AT PF r?ii'. I I I the i ed fr waa i and "'? ner of I ing f It ls - mth I. i (I f.:t. lt : flred n\>? ler ar ' - t in hla laoi of colraa - 1 them :in the i ? ?walka, ? froin tiio poftat biaak at tbe ptaaaV :ie witnesses of the ahoot red hl tbe atr. *d that the BbBB partici strlke and that rnind had been aahl by fai- 1? : grlerances. alao that he alded in the rovolutb.n ary B| ,.f the ?A?nerai Federa ttnn i | and tbe antlmllitarlata. aaaaoa to auspect a plot, dlle tdy arrired here from Rou an yeate; AT UNCLE 6AM'8 GATE. Ruaalnn Otat I? BWaaaWW Unlt* Trlaa to G*t Thrtmah. NEW Y' >RK, July 17.?Hand over band in trne aallor fashlon a dlmlnu tlve form ;n male attlre came orer the aide of tha Ruaaian ateamer Saratov, docked here, and at the end of the sprlng llne dropped plump into the arrua of an Immlgrant lnapector. The bold frotl and atout heart that had brought tuelr poaaesBor tlirough matiy pwr...- ' .1 un.W the ne.trchlns in.pii altlon of tha ofBcer, and preaently ln d <>: teara atood rarealed Mlas Paullna Flaka, stowaway, elghteeu yaara okt lound from Korno. Ruaala, for Amerl.a and freedom. 8he wlil be aent back to Llbnu, ber aalllng port. Back of the arreat of the Flaka girl la a atorj of Immlgraut ainuggllng that haa made the iminlgrntlon authoritiea eepecially rigllant recently. Bome tlme ago a report that undealrable allens wvre beiug landed iilegally from Busslau atoamera led apeclal luapect ora to hotd u?> n p:irty ..r fouud ln t :nl stntl.ii and BOBB party t?> I could I 'u or? ? ? Which bad be -inug 8tan?I!nsr of tlif Bitaeftnlt < laba. ? ,?a1 n 46 ? ? n 17 .S33 ' a?w*>. PHl I slly i CONDENSED D1SPATCHES. V>lnl . i? Itrlrflj < !?> I Imy, .iiit > : ? Bl nlcht lt a' imax ? is. : Kaene i ?. ' ? of the ? Katnrrin.. Joly IS, Tw. w bfon aach flned | rnerly in tw. M of the bapi -ses ln the trlal of Of I>r. U. 1?. <'o> murdered at E e, and soon a row ? t) drew his re i that ha ? late. Ha was sh in the I : Irl.l j. Ji:l? |B\ warkata, all itaiinns. uiied in an ahaadoood ab the Lehlgh :md WllkaabaRa Coal lendly damp. Three othors are miaa A Japaaeaa has been nrrested at il., wbile mak t. Major chell. in commnnd. said that tt* was drawiaj piana of tha fort aad that thero is heavy puulahment for tbe of faaaaa Thnraday, Joljr lt. King F.dward and Queen Aleanndra paid a vislt of st.; ,lln. hoth wearlng the natlonal colors of Krln. Almost the flrst visitor reoeived by Adiniral Iiaron Gonihey Yamamoto. Ja pan'a minlster of marina durlnj the Husso Japanese war, on bla arrival at New York waa Itear Admlral Robley D. Evans. Florence Wood. sister of Lanra Car ter. the woman of the New York Ten derloln who caused the nrrest of ? ter B. Ilunyan. paying teller of ihe Wlndsor Tnist company, and who is auspected of harlng got $25,000 of tho $96,000 tbe man atola, has been M ed ln Chlcago on tbe theory that aoma of the loat rposajr bj jn her poasesaion. Japan Hrpndlaltt ?an r>l?-*o %py. TOKYO. Ju!y l.V-<?eneraI Teraueht. the inlninter of war, ln an inrorview bere eonfradirtlns; the reported arreat of a Japaneae SBf at San Diego. (al., aald: "There are no Japanese mllltary offieera ln Amerlea exoept mllltary at taches. The war offlce," he emphatlcal ly deolarod. "bas never lnstro< te<l any offlcer or amateur apy to exarain* American forts." KILL "THE WILD BEAST!" Cienrrnt AltktiunofT nioni to IMr<<rl nt ?lrinn.!r.i(i,.l. I : the coa ln.i' ero - ? j l)l?c.n.r? n?irl. ' I OaaaaK FIERCE WINGED i DUEL IN MIDMfl HORNET, BUMBLEREFI AND SPAR ROW MEaTT AND FIGHT TO ThE DZATH. TWO FORMER START BATTLE Bird Comes Along and Bccomei Mixed Up m Fray?Is Swollen to Twlce lta Normal Size. Then Expirea. ! .. ) laicuea . ? I I It Waa a Desperate Battle. tlon. No Booaee dM the borael finiah and ty away than tho bumbl aalb.d back with a blff from his Ing BJBB He tataraed . nco too oftea, or. rather, he tarried too long on his last ?Isit As he qult the hornefa neat tho horuot Kare hlm a bat that sound ed like the aapanaaaa of ? pun-usalon cap. It made n)y blood tln; They were together quicker than a wink. up and down. buttlng. backlng out and coming togethor agaln until both dropped to the fioor of my porch. "While tbey were at it along comes an EngUsh sparrow. He had a bit of rag or wlap of aomething. whoae welght waa U <ng hia atrength It trailed ln the wake of the bird and the lower ead of it came In eontact with the hornet and tbe *?>. And ,_ aome way the sparrow lost his clutch. "Instantly the sparrow darted down to rerover the wlsp. The spar? row ls a fooJ, but a flghter. This blrd made a f jind catne botween the fight. he fl-.r m if he had baaa shot. ? thaa a v blrd made anothor ati ? an ins- ? waa a fast, ;?g of oms. pursi: ,ir. They lut tho di fT in a zigzag bini and D the bee and ; Ha had ' tl to stri: slze, "I :? fell in his effort tu By. Flnall;. ? ? ? .. The DIVES INTO OIL TAHK WITH GLOTKES ABIAZE FRESENCE OF MIND SAVES LJFE OF MICHIGAN MAN ?OIL DlD NO i TAKE FIRE. ? ?i I ? - : nd in tbe ?;. He Lenpcd Irto tha Tank. ; I ! Otl BBt | . him. ? ?tank, : off th up. Snoring Causes Man's Death. wlfe !>ut he out dld blmaalf t! afternoon ? i He ? ? the ? hunters : I Loafc mistook it for ti.' I dischar, ley in: -ige. Fish in Rain Storm. Ind< ponr af rala baaa twa ums of smaii BfJaar eolorai Bafe cloaatj resembiing nioiuitain LTOBl tell from the sky here. Although a few of the f?Rh fell ln all psita of the tuwn. the fall waa heariesto\ei tSS publte square. whlch waa ( Bttk a thin layer, and where catcb baslns eSXTylSf water to ?ewera were clogK '"' water backed up and BBB sldewalks. Hundreda of i -?nie out through the pouring rain to aee the flsh. Nearly evt .lieBBB had tlah for dinner that ov?ning. ***?? of the flsh were allve and awam around briskly.