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A3 LEWS TTErnXT Rrn,rr.TOB. ASllXXfi, . , OCTOSKa a. ma.
nr.ioons failed TOCOBm Eggest Grain Deal Ever Attempted on Kansas City Market. FIRM NOW FACES HEAVY LOSSES Prompt Delivery Was Mads on Nr- ly all Contract Purch Mad ; at Hlflhar Prlcaa Than Those Now Prevailing. Kansas City. Oct. 1. Tha biggest wheat deal aver undertaken in the Kanaaa City market ended without ay of tha excitement that uaually ac companies' tha culmination of auch an "aeration. . Ther were . no "eborta" left to " aqueeie" at the laat moment, All contracts were filled and the Ar aonr Grain company now owna about .000,000 buahela of wheat in eleva tor and on track in Kanaaa City. De Hrerlee were 410,000 buabela, making total of 8,985,000 buabela which the Araoura have taken and paid for In leptember. . Grain men aay that practically all this wheat remain here and no one .know what diapoalUon will be made f la Trade U mettled. , The deal haa unaettled the grain trade here becauae tha neceaalty of delivering auch a large quantity of arhaat to ona concern haa Bent pricea eelatively higher In Kanaaa City than laewbere and thereby Interfered with Ah free merchandising of wneat to aalllers in different parta ol tne coun try. and to exporters. It la assumed that pricea will quick tr get back to a normal level relative' tjr to other market, now that tha Ar nmr contracts have been filled. drain men aay that the Armoura t amm time held contract for ruiiy ,00,000 buahela of wheat for Sep- Jesnber delivery. They believe mere avas a purpose to corner the market and lay a heavy toll on ahort aellera evno were unable to deliver. Moat Contracta Filled, A scarcity of regular elevator ca- awdty from which to make dellverle I aa expected to help tne mampuia ainn Rut tha board of trade dlreo rtora provided for increased elevator ' Mapacity by making rauroaa eievaior available, and by providing emer gency deliveries of grain in carloada .an track. The result waa that most contract were filled. Probably et tlement waa made on contracta for t.000,000 buabela, while nearly 4,000, Ml V...V.1. M riallTAreri. ' The Armour drain company la par lna- nearly 81.000 a day for atorage .aeom. Grain men believe that. Ar- ui r will not keeD ud the big expense ; song, but will seek to ell tha wheat - for shipment to Eastern mill or to foreign countries. ' ' Practically all tha wheat was konght at higher prices than thoae chaaea were presumably protected by ale elaewhere, the opinion prevail t aware that the Armour company will tliave a rather heavy loss before the wheat is disposed of. ' CrCPLEXY FATAL TO F. A. FAXON tiPreeldent of Kanaaa City School , ', ' Board and Prominent Citizen v Dleaat Hla Home. , Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 1 Prank A -STaxon, president of the school board "ad president of the wholesale drug v"9ra, Faxon A Gallagher, died at 8:50 t p, m. at his home, here. His death - waa the result of a stroke of apoplexy, offered at 12:15 at the Commercial - dub room. At 1:30 o'clock he wa - taken In an ambulance to hla home. Mr. Faxon did not regain consclous- eaa after the stroke. Mr. Faxon waa president of the T feoard of education and had been one - of tta members for many year. He !to bad served aa president of the Commercial club. It is &id of Mr. Faxon that no pub lic enterprise ha been launched for n"the betterment and good of Kansas Oty that he was not -In the foremost -.ank pushing It" along. : , . New LavJ' fbr Women. New York, Oct L At midnight the smew 64-hour-week labor law, which 'will affect ' nearly 600,000 girls, -women and boy a in New York, went ,lato effect The law, ' which la an outgrowth of the agitation fln the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, antgrowth of the agitation following (affects all girl and women ana hoy mdr . 18 rears old. It aDDlie to rJTactoriea, a factory being defined "a ; aay mill, workshop or other maau : factoring or business establishment ' ewhere one or more persons are em ' ffloyed at labor." . " , Thousands Greet Deb. New York, Oct 1. Fifteen thou "uraad persona cheered Eugene V. Deba ,ar 17 minutes In Madlaon Square rSarden. where the candldatea of the -Socialist party were officially notified of their nomination. They had paid sa admission price of from 15 cents to a dollar. Seata at aa overflow - lasting in the Garden theatre sold i Jar S3 cent. Two thousand attended. ' Struck Cas Near Gamett" ' . nrcctt Kan., Oct 1. A new gat i f id to be as strong aa any la i ' '. t -1 ttn'ck by tbe Cirnett - . T ! ccrrsjr t.rra e'J?s FRANCIS a NEWLANDS -Bi,isHl flnj ar -,: ..f united skats Senator Newlande f Nevada I presiding over the dellaer tie of tne national Irrigation con gress new la aeaaien In salt baa City. SEVEN RATIONS EXPECT WAR GREAT UPHEAVAL THREATENS BALKANS. Armlea Mobilising and all Prepara tion Being Mad to upon Hostilities. London. Oct 1. Only a tiny spark sopears necessary to explode the Bal kan "powder magazine." Every ele ment for a tremendous upheaval seems ready. Seven European armies are under mobilization or calling in reserves. Here, In brief, are the prepa rations made: Bulgaria Army mobilized and ready for war relations. Ottoman troopa from the capital en route to the frontier. Railways are refusing civil transports. Austria Reserves summoned. Russia Eight army corps mobilized in the Warsaw district as a test . Italy First class reserves of 1890 and 1887, now on leave, recalled to the colors. Servla War office surprisingly busy. Eighteen carloads of Turkish ammunition detained at Belgrade and the reservists called up. Greece Mobilization of troops un der way. Turkey Troopa mobilized near Bul garia. ' Banka Preparing. Sofia, Octl. Relatione between the Ottoman bank and the National bank were broken off and large commands of troops are being sent to the front. The aovernment ha Just ordered the mobilization of all troopa. The first overt act by Turkey will result In a declaration of war. WILL INVESTIGATE SHOOTING Mllltla Who Shot Citizen at Augusta, Ga., During strike pace . Trial. Augusta, Ga., Oct 1. Investigation of the killing of three citizens by members of the state militia an out growth of the strike of Augusta street railway employe waa startea. ine men killed trespassed on "dead line" territory established by the mllltla to protect the railway company'a power plant. v riant. Jowitt and Cant Henderson. together with every man who guarded the "dead line," will face trial by, a military court It. Is expected the hABxliisra will take olace thla . week. The men killed were business men and their friends say they were ignorant of the-line established by the soldiers. . The city continued quiet during the day and late at night the military forces were reduced to 40 men. Negotiations for a settlement of the strike proved fruitless. : CHAFIN S30RCHES METHODISTS Prohibition Candidate, Denied Pulpits at Grand Rapids, Become . ; Peevish. Grand 1 Raolda. Mich.. Oct 1. Eu gene W. Chafin, Prohibition candidate for prealdent of ' the United States was denied permission to speak from the pulpit of three Methodist churches of this city. Addressing an audience at the city rescue mission af ter the regular service late In the afternoon, the candidate asaalled the U - thodlata of thi city and denounced Methodists of this city and denounced the' Rev. John B. Lathrop, superin tendent of Grand Raplda diatrlct as a whisky, presiding elder." , Burned Saving Horse. Emnorta. Kan.. Oct 1. Mra. F. P. Rnwara waa Dajnfullv burned about the head and face when ahe.lod the family horse from the barn, which a a In Camea. The norse cot be tween Mrs. Bowers and the door and refused to move. Mr. Bower lay down and rolled under the horse and out the open door. Then she suc ceeded In. leading out the horse. - Quake Shock Recorded. Lawrence, Kan., Oct 1. An earth Quake shock, which bean at 3:15 a. m. and lasted aa hour and cne-half, waa recorded on tbe Kansas univer sity stfsacjraph. Fret. Csly estl rstfs tit cuaka wa 7,CvJ mi!? -o-tT. SMS fflCCIilESi- ARE WOfllllLESS Kansas ' Authorities - Issue Warning ( Against Horse Remedies. VETERINARIANS IN CONFERENCE Gov. Stubb Hear Reports From Men - Studying Horse Plague Farm er Cautioned AgaJnat Uae of "Curoe." Toneka. Oct 1. War on the com merclal vaccine which are being offered throuahout the central and western parts of Kansas where the horse plague ha been so disastrous waa declared by the government and tte veterinary authorities after a conference that lasted all afternoon, an thnaa wha attended the conference Joined In a signed statement about the horse plague, warning farmers pot to use the commercial vaccines aa many are worthless and some harm ful By the report from the government and atate veterinarian at the con ference It was shown that anthrax, tetanus and several other vaccine or ( serum for specific diseases were be ing sold and urged upon the farmers by men claiming to be veterinarians I and offering to treat the sick animals. Prominent Authorities Meet Thus far good results have come from the vaccine prepared by the ' state agricultural college but It haa not been tried out tborougniy. The conference waa called by Gov. tubba in hi office. Those In attend ance, besides the governor, were: G. I E. Griffin, veterinarian, third field I artillery; Charles Thorn, mycologist, bureau of animal Industry; H. Buss I man, veterinary Inspector, bureau of 1 niTi inrinatrv? Prof. 8. . J. Hunter, i state entomologist; Dr. W. H. Trim ble, pathologist University of Kan sas; Dr. I. W. Gosa, pathologiat, agri cultural college; Dr. F. 8. Schoenle ber, state veterinarian; Prof. T. P. Haalam. arricultural college; H. J. Wa'ltera, president agricultural col tt ajici m, c"'uvu o- lege; J. H. Mercer, live stock sanitary commissioner, Cause Still Unknown. mmmw v.iii mL ... mam alirnAif a ! Q tPTTl All t re- men uwu gardlng the disease In which it atatftd: "In our opinion no vaccine against this disease has been fully tnea out. lUil UIQC..V MM aw It is strictly urged that the-farmers ia not use any of the commercial vac cines offered. Many of them., are known to be worthless and more ; are positively harmful. In case of an out break, co-operation with the agricul tural college la much to' be desired." It waa the unanimous opinion of the veterinarians that the disease could not be transmitted by direct inocula tion. All agreed that the forage or water transmitted the disease but none knew how It waa transmitted or what did It, whether it was a fungus n ucw ..ninth hot, formed a toxin or a germ - . .. that got into the animals tnrougn tneit8 tne gafest course. The troops or feed. CHINAMAN TO RUN FOR CONGRESS Charlea H. Shu, Nominated In Maaa- chusetts. Would Admit Ch(nes Women to America. Boston, Sept. 28. Charlea H. Shue the Chinese Just-nominated by th- Republlcan for congress obtained his nomination on a platform in which he inserted this personal plank: 'I pledge myself to do all that ' can to have laws enacted which wll' admit Chinese women to this country without restriction." 4 He was born In Seattle of Chinese parents and Is 30 years old. He haa a wife and three children. , , .-. HOME RULE RIOTS WORRY KING Increased Factional Fighting Viewed With Alarm Unionist Leader Visits Balmoral. Balmoral, Scotland. Sept. 27. King George view with concern tha situa tion In Ulster on account of the In creasing factional fighting there, . The Unionist leader, Andrew Bonar Law, arrived at Balmoral aa a guest and there la somelnclinatlon to con nect his visit with the Irish question It is, however, officially announced that Mr. Law haa been invited hen merely for the purpose of meeting the Russian foreign ' minister, Sergiua Sasonoff Harvesting Kafir Corn. ' Ccttonwood Falls. Kan, Sept! 27. The Kafir corn crop Is being har vested with a larger yield than last season. In the extensive Kafir corn section In the Prairie Hill and Home stead neighborhoods where Kafir 1 the main crop it Is estimated that the average yield will be from 25 to 30 buahela per acre, while many bottom tarma will bring a yield ol 45 to 50 bushels. t Shot 200 Mutineer. -Wn Chang, China. Sept 17. More than 200 mutinoua soldier were shot without the formality of a court martial by the loyal troops, com mar.ded by Gen. li Yuan Heng in con aefjuene of tbe outbreak which oc curred arcorg tbe soldiers ear ; :sl c;,.", tba w!'s cf this city Tv ' .'. r CHlnVS TROUBLE r HOT YET EfJDED Troops Mutinied and Made Attack on Wu Chang. TWO OFFICERS WERE EXECUTED After Several Hour Fierce Fighting J Mutineer were Dispersed Ap parent Object wis to Loot Citlta. Pekin. Sept. 26. The troop en mttarl AiitaMa , tlA if Wll Chang, capital of the Province of Hu- Peh, muUnied In the night and at- . .' . . jt raAffan r n nirw na tywitibb nnmiiHmii s ' v several hundred and were composed for the most cart of cavalry. A atronc force of General LI Yuen Hena'a rtarlment Immediately engaged the rebela and after several hours of fierce flahtina dispersed them. The casualty Hat is not known, but two of fleers were executed for falling to di u lire their knowledge of , the . move ment It la believed that the attacking party Intended not only to loot the city, but moat of the towns in the in terior which have no defendera from auch outbreaka. in which both the re publican and former imperial troops ndulge. The republican spirit appar- ntlr a not annreelated by the classes from which the soldiers are recruited. Qeneral and Soldier Included. The object of the preaent loan 1 ostensibly for the purpose of paying off and discharging this menacing army, which is very large, according to the lists submitted by the generals The national assembly recently made an Investigation and discovered that the generals, like the soldiers, were not free from the methods prevalent under the Manchus, but tbe govern ment arrues that It la cheaper to pay the military leaders' demand than flaht The Chinese anoear to be well Dleaaed with the success of the new loan negotiations, the newspapers hay ing stirred up an agitation against the I ill mill ou up u hbiiauuu foreign control as proposed by the si power group. Little beed has been paid to the fact that contrary to the I ialll W til V laLl uiM) wiitis. . t.. I .V. I Vi nn, i cuQBUvuuvu, wis wuusvi I ben submitted to the national as sembly. Thousands Are Starving. Pathetic conditions prevail through- I rBlUCUV WUUIUWUP V1 V'.'t " 0 I out the country. Occasionally detach- ments of soldiers engage in looting and wanton destruction. Trade is greatly hampered and thousanda of oeraons are dylna from starvation wno could be saved by the employment of a few foreign engineers. Meanwhile the political situation. which I absorbing the Republican leaders, has curious and Interesting I pnases. ine msdcdu pnuces imvij Sen, and toasted the republic But the 1 KBTB SSL U1I1UD1 iU UVUW Wa. . imperial guard lined the streets dur- " .- " - ing Dr. Bun's visit, tnis ueing resaruoa i the court, contrary to the abdication terms, remain in the forbidden city, President Yuan evidently desiring I .V.I- AA n. - lucir yicavuvs ..uo.. ' " - t VACATION TRIP ON WHEAT MONEY Seventy-Two "Kansas and Oklahoma Msnnonlte Start on Jaunt Through West. WlCnlta, Kan., Sep. ZD. oevcuiy- i two German Mennonlte,' from near n.i .Lii. I AU.kM. will 1 a n xt A nVB, I the Missouri Pacific road under the direction of Charles K. Rothwell, pas senger agent, for a month's trip through the West and . Northwest Thev will travel in three tourists' - sleeping cars Bleeping cars, ine, Mennouiwi uo raised big crop of Ruslan red wheat this year and they will enjoy ome of .v- rv will Mat In iha wnirtt ifiiKfi rmlllea from Wlch-lwaa raei ' i Ita, Hltlsboro and Inman, Kan , and I Iherokee, Ortenta and Falrvlew, Ok will compose vuo ynj, Blame Boys for Wreck. Fort Smith. Ark- Sept ZS'.-'-Four persons were Injured, pne seriously, vhen Iron Mountain passenger ; train Mo 104 waa wrecked at oreenwooa Junction. The engine turned a omer- janlt after the crew Jumped and the combination car waa thrown bottom uuiuuiuBLivu v. . ri ride up. Railway officials declare joys placed bolt, on the track to wreck the tralp. ; Blocks a Two-Cent Fare. Snrinefleld. Ill- Sept 28. Holding that the Illinois two-cent fare law was confiscatory so far as the Chicago, Peoria & St Louis railroad la con cerned, the .United State diatrlct flonrt here granted a permanent in junction, restraining the state from enforcing th law. ? Like Old-Time Campaign. - Chicago. Sent 28. A procession, the flrat In Chicago In yeara, preceded the opening of tbe Taft campaign la llll nola. Member of the Hamilton club marched from the clubhouse to tbe aalL each ona carrying a blazing torch. Nicaragua Rebela Beaten. San Juan Del Sur. Sept 21 Tbe town of Granada, which was In" the v.-j. . v x-l...ir.. rehel tival surrendered to the government Gen. Ira ka:isjsec3s mm SUPREME . COURT DECISION TO I SETTLE DISPUTE. Interpretation of Pure Food Law Will Affect Much Legislation all Over Country. poegg w,'thnCthe mlanin'g o?Te pure feA and drug act or 1906, tne ame thing as a "rotten egg," under the common law? Upon ' the early decision of that question by the supreme court of the United Ststes is said to hang one of the moat far reaching disputes In re gard to the pure food law since it enactment. Egg men are attacking the department of agriculture aa aeek ing to enforce the law, according to arbitrary and unreasonable stan iait?, while officials of the department are wh"e fflC,?i' "? jTJySvta pending their cour.e " JTlT2 the most valuable features of tne leg- Tll - l - ,l Imnrnmr food The controversy arose over the seiz ure in Jersey City or hj cane oi frozen egg product packed In Topeka bv tbe Seymour Packing company up on the order of the J. Keith com pany. Tha Dure food law nrovided . that an article should be deemed adulterated when ' "decomposed." The Keith company contended tnat mnirtui had not dettnea wnai u meant by "decomposed.' The egg company attacks tne gov ernment as acknowledging that every thing In this world is more or less de composed and that it oM to aaopt ; an arbitrary standard of decomposition In composed and that it had to adopt an order to mane ine .aw ,o interpreting the -ecretary o ! agri- cuuure, """ - w.ould. r.k.ld!;.r"C,U,,l?I atruction under the law, it Is asserted NO "RACE SUICIDE" IN . IOWA Man of 73 Becomes Father of Girl, . Making 25 Children in Family Mother la 39. Marahalltown, la., Sept. 26. What la believed to be the largest family of children In the state has Just been auamented by the birth of a girl wnion makes the 18th child of Capt. D. K 1a TO a ai farmer living CWAll, I a Jtai a vaa m .- e three miles west of Albion. Altogether It l me zom cnua ui wmviuou narentaae of Mr. Ewalt and his wife Mr. Ewalt Is 39 years old. sne if Ewalt a fourth wile ana nas norne mm seven children. She also had seven by her first husband. - - - - - . Al AfKAN VOLCANO IN ERUPTION ML Wrangell Now Throwing Smoke and Lava From Seven Vanta Instead of On. Valdei. Alaska. Sept. 26. Mount WTangell, the moat widely known of Vho .mnlrlnv vnlcannAB of ' Alaska. ftgain 8 jn eruption. Lieut Prosser i0r tne signal corps, who Juot lcr I III II Mil UI V BIUOA IIUJU Va w w 8pectIon reported that Mt Wrangell lwftg throwing out large volumes of Smoke and lava. . Tnfoo nf nun prater there are now at lease seven vents and with the aid of field glasses lava can De seen .uinE- from the opening and flowing iqowo acruaa lire fcmv.c . This I believed to be the explana- . IV. .1..li.. 22t2S 1Z S it-1 reported that, the aulphurou fumes are so strong that prospectors working near Ketsina uiacier nave been driven out I SNOW TOO ARLY FOR FARMERS . . . ; I Northern Grain Crope Uncut, Thresh- ing Unfinished and White Blank et Covers Ground. in xt i Cant 9R irnilnwlne riBv, , ft"- -- - WO weess or rain, we nrw mow i tna geason partly cover North Da- koU,' eastern Montana and western ,i t. aflnna tliA fall haavtf annneh to delay traffic. . - " Farmera In tbe northern counties of North Dakota and Minnesota .win he heavy sufferer, many fields of wheat rye, and barley being un- lnr The corn croD also will auSer. Threahlna- waa about half completed I and a week more of good weather will I be needed before work can be re sumed. Killed In Motor Wreck. Albany. Ma. SeDt 26. Mrs. J. A. - - - . Tipwn. wire o t a P'-- of thi. place, w. kil ed and Mr Tip- ton himself badly injured when a motor car in which they were return ing borne from a shopping trip, turned over between Stanberry and King City. Mr. Tipton and bis wife bsd been in St Joseph aU day and left there at 1:30. Quake In llllnola. Rockford, HL, Sept 2. Two earth quake shocks, ths - first at - 12:10 o'clock, were felt here. Dlahea were aattrd from dinner table by the tremor which continued for several ' second. TlQht Lid for Springfield. Snrinefleld. Mo.. Sept 27. Spring Sunday of all retail establishments.! At a meeting of the local retailera as-1 eoclatlon the delegate elected to the ..... v. -ir,0ri o. I .. . . ., m. . .. I : v j...4 m-V In .. I tntorfeta cf a Sutday clcsicg bin ifnnnniincn ficrr IIIUUUULUIiLW i f STRIKE Demonstration at Lawrence, Mass.. Accompanied by Usual Kioting. SPEAKER URGES USE OF FORCE Saya If I. W. W. Leadera on Trial at Salem Are Not Freed, Jail Wlii be, Stormed and Prlson , ers , Releaaed. ": . ; T awwamma If a a a 1 la ' iJBWIVUtVf 4V ABBJ.a Wb A.- J. Uf - Aav duBtrial Workera of the World In- troduced ,n thlB COuntry for th flr,t time a "demonatraUon" strike against i .. iv t.-. a vain at- : the imprisonment of labor leaders. After hand to hand clashes between rioters and police lasting all day, the: "demonstration ' was declared off by the I. W. W.. an organization recent ly barred by California towns. - Tbe strike was called for 24 hours . only, in protest against tbe imprison- ment of Josenh J. Bttor ' Arturo Uio-v vannittl and Joseph Caruso, whose trial In connection with the death of Anna Loplzzo has just opened In Sevan Thousand Obayad. Seven thousand of the 25.000 opera tives In the cotton and woolen mill here obeyed the call, forcing out 6,000. through lntimldatlon or i of wjrk becauge of clQBlng dowa of department. Then at a mass meetlng Jn afternocn the workera were told to go back to work in the Uorning. ready to come out again at the call of the Industrial Workers, If the leaders are not satisfied with the oroarress of the trial. One of the addresses In Italian tnat aroused the crowd at the afternoon mass meeting waa- translated Into Eneliah and Riven out in the form of a . statement by the speaker, Carlo Trsca, an editor of Plttaburg, Pa, It aald: ' "If Kttor. Glovanntttl and Caruao are found guilty, or either of them la found auiltv. the Industrial Workera of the World will march to Salem, aja, LUO VI m waa a ru I Btorm th jail and rescue the prison jn, u possiDie.- ' : Dlaorder Beams Early. The worst rioting occurred at' the opening of the mill gates early in tne morninz. Pitckets armed with re volvers, knives, hammers and other weapons, attempted to stop operative ( I from going imp me ram. n ft . xl ill Kn I iw interfered to maintain order the pickets strugglea witn laem cesser-, atrfy. Swinging their clubs wlttt effect the bluecoats drove back the picketa. A score of arrests were made. ' Men, women and children on their v tn work were neia up ana as- eaulted by Btriker or Bympathlzera. Rut one hoaDltal case was reported, that of an operative who was thrown headlong from a street car and ren- I dered unconscious. Xo policeman was B II RX II If Ml BE I 1 11111 BB VI W b - WOunded and no shots were fired. COURT MAY SPOIlVVlFE "TRADE'1 Judge Burna Calla All Partlea Into Court to Explain illegal Transaction.- ' , Plftttabunr. Mo.. Oct 1 A court in- ! qufry inta the trade of wives made by ! dam O. Montgomery, a barber, and John Heath, railroad agent at Cower, Mo., was ordered hy judge a. u. Burne of the circuit court here, who niuuea i ui. v..v... - . --- granted the two men divorce a week d tr ' ' . Judge Burnes 1b determined to learn the details of the alleged barter. Rnrrine wa obtained and ootn men i and their wives ordered to appear in t -onrt Montgomery and. Heath filed their monisuiuer uw - petition about a month ago and the decrees were granted Monday. Tues- Jimm Unntrnmanr and MrS. Heata were .married and the following day Heath ; and Mra. Montgomery were married. ' " Both couole. have lived In Gower a, , number of year and have been very friendly. . " i' Killed Demented Brother. rhifo. OcL 1. Charlea Nellaon fatally wounded hi demented brother and then killed himself. . HI slater aald he. grieved constantly over hla brother's, mental condition. In the last few day he had read In news- of the proposed legal alaying papen , ol m t P of Incurables. Apparently he decided it ought to be a humane act to end hla brother life. He cut M wotaera throat and. then- killed Mmselt. ehinaaa Loan Not Popular. London. Oct L The Issue of the HndAtwndenf Chinese loan waa a failure as far as the public waa con- f.aniui Only about 40 per cent o the $25,000,000 offered waa subscribed for by the general public, o that the underwriter bad to taae up ue re maining 60 per cent The loan la quoted at ttt per cent discount Sailor- Killed a Clerk. chicaro. Oct 1. Michael Cooper, a Bailor, who had' been robbed of his earnings two hour previous, darted across me irei i western Railway elation and Plurr f . vntfa Ir.to the Jugular vein cf DaviJ ti'..v. - . a iitV. Waat&era tied to A3th in tWO THIUKeS. COOpr told tie policeman mho arrestee mm I. si