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ShulT EISPATLIES FROM ALL PAIT OF TIE OLOBE, & Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheree During the Past Week-National. Historical, Political and Personal Events. Joseph Donovan, while walking in his sleep, plunged from a ffth story window recently at Chicago. alighting on the pa'. ement below, Li: e5Laped injury aside from a slight fracture of the left ankle. At Union, Miss., Joseph o nd Peter McDonald were killed and two others seriously wounded in a shooting affray. While the search in America for Leon Ling, the Chinaman wanted for the killing of Elsie Siegel, has netted noth ing and has practically exhausted itself. dispatches to the New York police in dicate that the search has been taken up is Europe and promises results. Judge G. Bunn of the Bams4 y county, Minn., district court holds that the fellow servant law of North Dakota is unconstifutional. The court held that the law, which was enacted in 1507, applied to common carriers only and was class legislation. At San Francisco, Henry Hueber, a jeweler, was shot and inrtautly killed by John B. St. Dennis, a carpenter. The shooting occurred in a Powell street sa loon and was the result of a dispute over a bill. Beaver, Pa.-Tony Frirzani, hunted by posses since the murder last Wednes day afternoon of Mike Kuzmak, was shot Saturday by James Holbrook of Freedom and died without giving the motive for his deed. Charles J. Magness, who has been imprisoned at Portsmouth since No vember 21 for deserting from the navy, was released Saturday. Magness is a son-in-law of the late Senator Gorman of Maryland. During the Orst three days more than 56,000 applications for homesteads on the Flathead, Spokane and Coeur d'Alene Indian reservations, drawing for the surplus lands of which will oc cur next month, were filed. »RY NEWS DISPATCHIS Athena, Oregon, ranchers are asking a dollar a bushel for their wheat Nearly 5000 Oregonians attended the Seattle exposition last Tuesdayy. Grain dealers at Waitaburg rep - kwwu, nsssas county, Wash Igyton., attorney, is supposed to be lost in the Cascade mountains. Mrs. John R Rogers, widow of the late .ohn R Roger.,zormer governor of Washington, died Monday of paralysis, at Tacoma. All the republican members of the tariff conference committee took dinner with President Taft last Wednesday at the White Heuse. Herbert Latham,the French aviator, made a daring but unsuccessful at tempt to aross the English channel in his monoplane last Monday. That Francis J. Honey, special coun sel of the deparment of justice and also assistant proseoutor in the so-called graft cases in ban r rancisoo, received form the government last year $2O0,00 for which he performed no service was the frank admission of Chairman James A. Tawney of the appropria tions committe. HARVEST OUTLOOK GOOD. Most Every Section of the Northwest Will Show Big Gain. Weather conditions are ideal for the grain harvest and early threshing re turns more than bear out expectations of a heavy field. Around Washtucna, where harvesting has already begun, farmers are surprised at the abundant yield and excellent quality. In the Ritzville country the wheat already cut is better than was expected. An aver age yield of from 25 to 30 bushels at. acre is now confidently predicted. 8imilar cheering reports come from the Palouse country. Down in the Lewiston country the prospects were never better. Weather conditions are a!so fa'.ur able for the hay crop and, with good prices for this product and a very larg acreage, the returns fro. i h sy a .l be second only to those from wheat. It has never failed in 30 years of the farming history of the Inland Empire that prosperity on the farms brought brisk business to the towns and cities. Four Old Officers to Rest. Four more retired naval officers were relieved Saturday from duty on the ac tive list sod ordered to their homes. They are Captain H. George, command ing the auxiliary cruiser Dixie; Com mander r. G. Dewey, Commander W. C. P. Mair and Lieutenant H. W. Faust, all of whom are on duits at the naval academy. This action is in accordance with the new policy against the assignment of retired officers to active duty. The command of the Dixie has been given to Lieutenant W. P. Haley, now at tached to the cruiser Yankee. An electric incubator for hatching ostrich eggs is one of the features of the California building at the Seattle i world's fair. It is a recent invention. I LATE SPORI1NG NEWU. I n-~L '"' Detr-l: t neariy Iuu pr eLC: ahead in the Anjerchr. league. P:t:sburg is nt the top i:. ,ar Na ::.oai Icugue, and ýluse.y Su.. ý'+ OF b < .cag'. Haring decied that there is no ee chance of a match with Butt itg N'el son. Packy McFarand, the it ckyards scrapper, Las decided to g. a-ruad a . al plce Lp : _e money. O'Rourte, the big league scout, states L win soon muae .f,-ase an offer fer Vic llonm, :i.e Spe'c.-.ie -.tch in er. .y euttc Las teen drolped iron ts e ig Iter.. ri '.n Tcague, n'w :h' Mon id toe: . Gre at FK..s a as )f b-eu taken in. iresiient Lucas and the Northuwetern leagnear .ated haie .r b en warn ed to quit tams; tine with rs the new;. organized league 'y tLe pow ev , that be in the Natiur.ai associa tion. Lefty Gregg of Sj kans toe ;5000 beauty now the jropriy cf tt e f ev Land American Icagb.e c tl)h may he considered one of the batting lead irs of the Northwestern league Lefty heads oeL of the ends of the batting list-tLe tail end. Hle has the prv.d L' rtua: of ire: hits in 4i t:is to the epte. is Loeto Las asked waivers -.n 3iii [t Lat-n. te . -teran shortstop. Waij ' ers have b en received from al: c.nbs d and it is probnble that the Broc :vn team ws i take Dahien at the i5u00 waiser pjri. No word has been re d ceised by owner Dovey from Brook e n concerning the dislosal of DaLlen. a x g iA rbeet. the one-time con :e *uerr of Terri McGoy 'rn. proved an easy v etim t' young Johnny Frayne d of San Francisco, who knocked him a- out Satur ay it' the ei,hthli round of is a bout sc'.eduled to run Y5 runnds. if Ne eon, B. C., Rod and Gun club ,e prnmoters are booming n trap shoot there for two days, Augist 5 and 6. n TLiy otTer *co0 added muney and a3OO . in t. p1.1's. e "'I will sure fight,' snys Jim Jef t fries. He will post fort it at end of ir theatrical engagement in Minneapolis next week. n Wrestler John Berg of Chicago, one of the clevore'. men of all weights in r the country, is in Portland this week g isiting triends and looking over the .prospects of a match here. Whe'i Portland a North'.esteru league team lined up in Spokane this Rees several new fact s were seen. Crocker, who formerly played with Se attle, appeared in right wield. Ken g nedy played in center in place of Gar ibaldi and Carey held down the initial e sack. Spokane City League, Sunday Next. DEADSHOT BARE POTS FOUR. Jikiri, Moro Bandit Chief, Is Slain by Nervy Lieutenant. Manila.-When Jikiri, the Moro ban. dit chief, who was kilted, with all his followers, in a desperate battle with troops and constabulary, near Patian, on Jolo island. July 5. began his career as an outlaw he swore that be would kill 100 men before he died. The rec ord of the murders he committed is not complete, but it is stated in a dispatch received here from Zamboanga that the bandit nearly fulfilled his pledge. as the partial record at hand shows that he took e - ites of nearly a hundred persons. LATE NEWS ITEMS. The receipts for the Spokane post. office for the 12 months ended June 30, 1909, were $388,281, an increase of $52,19 over the 12 previous months. Ella (ingles was cleared by the jury at Chicago from the charge of stealing lace, but the story she told on the wit ness stand of being a "white slave" vitcim was denounced as untrue. An aggregate of $#3b(,444,598 in sav ings deposits in the national banks of the country is shown in the report is sued by the comptroller of the cnrren cy Thursday on the returns from the national banks under the call for their condition on June 23. Dick D. Allen removed a #1500 dia mond ring to wash his bands in a res taurant at Spokane and forgot to pot it on and when he went back for it it was gone. He offers a reward of $500 for it asking no questions. W. P. Drummond, a farmhand, was killed by a bull near Santa Barbara, Cal., recently. Henry Farnam made a itight with his aeroplane in France Thursday, re maining in the air 1 hour and 23 minutes. This beats the French record. Clayton T. Zanimerman. emphlyed by the Adams Express company in Chi cago has confessed that he stole a pack age containing $10,000, which disap peared July 12. It was all returned. Orville Wright made two successful flights in his aeroplane at Washington, on Thursday. Harry Jones was drowned in the Col umbia river near Pasco last Tuesday. James H. Mackie of Columbus,Ohio, is under arrest at Loa Angeles charged with embezzlement of #13,00u from Mrs. J. T. Green of his home city. Airship Goes 37 Miles an Hour. Xancv. I'ra -ce.-Tl.e Ir. loon 1 I1e de Na.ecy arrKv'I t, r. S::i day n ght after a 6'.-hour fit .t frim fcaux. aLein it stoppet :.fter £eau:" C Bar le Due. An vnormous cr-v, t cheered M. Kapfere, the pilot. The height of the airship during tLe h voyage was between S00 and 1500 feet and the average speed was 37 miles an f hour. i NORTHWESTSTATES ITEMS OF IDAHI, MINTANA, WASNiNIiTBE AND h1EiDN. t Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Ow rounding Country-Numerous Aee dents and Peonsi Bremts Take Place-Spring Outlook Is Goea. WASHINGTON STATE NEWS. lecords for fast harvesting- i south eastern Washington this season were broken one day last week when a steam trh Li g outfit, operated by Josh :;.rzeý in Spring valley, near Waits burg. cut aul threshed 1945 sacks' of har cy between sun-up and dark. The record is remarkable on account of the nece-s=ty to move the machine twice 1irng the day and that two headers uipphed the grain for the run. It goes -o t ushers to the acre. J. W. Thompson, superintendent of narks at Seattle, with his wife and two daughters, had a miraculous escape from death Saturday afternoon while driving in the automobile near La Grande. The car ran off the mountain r vl no1 down an embankment 50 feet iagh. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were b :h painfully injured, but their two daughters escaped by jumping from automobile. At the recent meeting of the Wash i:.gton State Pharmacists' association at Settle, James W. MeArthur of Spokane was elected secretary and Dr. W. M. Beach of Shelton president. Now that the issues have been joined in the Schively impeachment case and the preparations for the trial are under way it is possible to make same esti mate of the time required for the trial, and the cost of the trial to the state. As calculated by men in touch with the situation the trial will take from six to 15 days after the legislature recon venes, and the total cost to the state of getting Schively out of office, if indeed it succeeds, will be between $30, 000 and $33,000. Reports from the Palouse and Big Bend wheat countries say that harvest ing will begin there in about two or three weeks, and the crop prospects are splendid. Hay harvesting already has begun in the country about Walla Walia, but little wheat has yet been cut. 2 Ed Powers has invented and applied r- for a patent on a grain sacker. The mechanicism does away with the hand iing of abacks by hand and saves the labor of one man. The contrivance is of sacks by hand. John P. Ramsey, a farmer living two miles south of Lamont, has purchased n for $15,000 the "Hoodoo Billy" piaee, which adjoins the town of Sprague on the east. At its meeting Saturday the farmers' union at Walla Walla ratified the ae tion of the Pullman convention, agree r ing to sell no wheat except at gross weight, that is. including the weight of the sack, and, further, it chose H. H. McLean, president ..of the Walla W Walla local, as agent for southeastern Washington in marketing the crop. t County Auditor J. P. Buchet has 1 completed his financial exhibit for Gar field county for the year ending June 30. The number of acres assessed is 305.701. The value, including improve. ments. is p3.060.933. The value of city lets, including improvements, is $417, ;03. and of all taxable property $788,. "01. The aggregate value of all taxable property in the county is $4,267.539, as equalized by the county board. As e-; alizel by the state board it is re duced to $4,102,576. The uncollected taxes on July 1 amounted to $21,077, and the taxes collected on the 1908 roll amounted to $66,585. On board the steamer Milwaukee, running up the Coeur d 'Alene river, Arthur B. P. Smith, wanted at Spokane - for the killing of Eth Hoffman near Fuher's mill on Beaver creek, 19 miles north of the city, July 10, was captured Saturday night by Sheriff Bailey of Shoshone county, Idaho, and Deputy Sheriff Matt Ryan of Spokane county. The Washington wheat crop for 1909 4 will be 10.000.000 bushels greater than that of 1904, and within 7.000,000 c bushl, of the bumper crop of 1907, ac- i cording to preliminary estimates made by Chief Inspector King. Althongh the s ofecial crop estimate will not be made 'y the commission until some time next month. Mr. King thinks this year's crop will total 35,000,000 bushels. Prosser will ship larger quantities of wheat this year than was anticipated, acco:ding to the reports of wheat grow. G ,-rs of the Horse Heaven and Rattle- v snake hills, who have started to mar ket their crops. Bootlegging received its Arst jolt at a Dayton Saturday, when George Thomas, w arrested for unlawfully selling liquor, « changed his decision to stand trial and ,4 pleaded guilty. The minimum fine of $50 fixed by the council was imposed, w which, with costs, amounted to $55. PC IDAHO ITEMSa At Lewiston petitions asking for the ci extension of the paving district to in clude Main street east from Thirteenth to Twenty-first were approved. At Lewiston, because Dr. J. F. Hurl. but swore that. after analyzing the to <ontents of Julia Moore's stomach, he found no traces of strychnine poison. ing. Maria Lowry, charged with the thi d-er 7f her sister-in-law, was freed tLe charge before United States .missioner Eugene O'Neill Satur day. F,,wing the next trip of the steam r Twin Cities to Celilo, the Open River Transportation company announess that tie steamer Inland Empire will be 1a!3d on the Celilo-Lewiston run and a twice-a-week service will be inau d gurated. The cr for the Inland Em pire has been engaged and Fred Lundy, a well known upriver captain, will be 1. maxter, with Harvey Symes as first ; wbile R. Eeimgartner, a farmer three miles west of Julietta, was riding from Spokaco to Coeur d'Alene on the eletnic road he was robbed of a pocket bcok containing $150. t- James Hartman of Chicago, repre re setting the Day interests, which will m buh>l] the $1,000,000 paper pulp plant h a: Kooskia, is ready to file a plat in a. the recorder's office of the 100-acre site >f rec otly purchased from the Indian de is partment. The plat will not be filed ie until the Northern Pacific fixes the ex te act location of the Missoula cutoff line re thr. gh Kooskia, as the survey passes es through the pulp mill company's hold ings. sf The Lewiston council has decided to 'o erect a city hall, the outbuilding not to e exceed in cost $13,000. la " An advisory committee, consisting of a the editors of the two Lewiston daily ,n papers and the president of the com it mernial club, has been appointed by -e Mayor Tweedy to recommend needed ro pub'ic improvements in the city. n The Y. M. C. A. of the Lewiston state normal school has just issued a i- circular explaining how it is possible n for young men and women who are 4f wi*hout financial means to at end the r. normal school at little or no expense to themselves. Write for it. ad OREGON SQUIBS. or At Pendleton recently Ed Fawcett i. of Denver, Col., committed suicide. Dr. G. William Giboney, who for 10 years conducted a highly successful 1 pastorate at the First Presbyterian call to southern Oregon. a- Portland banks the past week show a gain in business of $2,408,678.07 if over the same week a year ago. The - clearings this week were $8,626,858.12 and those of a year ago for the same period $6.218,130.05. Within the next 13 months $5,000,000 will have been expended in construe r tion into central Oregon of the Des *e chutes branch (f the Harriman system a and trains will be tapping the rich a country bordering on the high canyon, n giving the line an easy water grade from the rich open country in the vi d cinity of Redmerd, central Oregon, the ie proposed terminus, until further exten. 1- sion is deemed advisable. te The shearing of sheep in the Wallows i llevisimolnpet t ,U& 4Q), ale-' 10 pounds. Peter Lundfall was drowned in the 0 Willamette river at Portland Saturday, d when the river steamer Hustler ran s down a gasoline launch in which Lund. u fall and six companions were cruising about the river. MONTANA NOTES. President Taft will visit Butte on s his western trip this fail, going there t from Salt Lake City, where he will ad Sdress the National veterans' encamp I meat August 12. 1 Dr. Thomas D. Tattle, secretary of the state board of health, is at Seattle t to pirobses a tubercalosis exhibit for . the state. The cost of the exhibit is to be defrayed by the Montana Health as i sociation, which sauthorised the expen . diture at the recent meeting of that body at Missoula. The exhibit will be . utilized in the fight against taburor losis now being conducted by Montana 1 doctors in general, who constitute the membership of the health association. 1 The Chicago, Burlnigton & Quincy 4 Railway company has quit the state of c Montana according to a 'dooument filed with the secretary of state and the inference is that its lines in the southern part of the state will herafter be conducted by the Great Northern ex oluasvely. The mutilated body of a youth, pre sumably about 18 years of age, was found beside the Northern Pacifice track shout twa miles west or Misaouls recently. The head was battered badly c and across the left shoulder is a long ii wound, apparently made with a heavy 5 weapon. At the county morgue investi gation revealed papers which tend to prove the lad is Charles Tben, formerly of Peoria, Ill. An investigation is be- (1 ing held. Tidal Wave At Galveston (alveston, Texas, Juiy 22.- Man's strength and skill won against the fury of the elements Wednesday, when Gal veston, safely entrench behind her 17. foot seawall, built since the tidal wave and hurricane that destroyed a greater hart of the city on September 8, 1900, withstood an attack by wind and wave equal in force to that of nine years ago. Ten people were drowned in the water that swept over a portion of Tar pon, seven miles from the city. Among them are Captain Bellison and wife, Edward Lewis, C. H. Daily. circulation manager of the Galveston Tribone. Prom other cities in the affeoted area come reports of narrow escapes and much destruction of property. Much aEzisty Is felt for the smaller towns aleng the gulf coast. Some are so aa°aus to be good that 1 they are good for nothing, DON CARLOSIS DEAU WAS PRETENBER TS TIENE IF SPAIN YEARS Ail. Buffered Long With Apoplezy-Headed a War Beginning in 1872, Lasting Four Tears, and Lost Out-El Ds fenders Taking Refuge in France Bon to Follow Father's Policies. Rome, July 19.-Don Carlos of Bour bon, pretender to the Spanish throne, died Sunday at Varez in Lombardy. He had been ill for a long time and the latest reports indicated that he was suffering from apoplexy. Don Carloe, duke of Madrid, who claimed, under the special law of suc cession established by Philip V, to be the legitimate king of Spain, by the title of Charles VII, was born at Lay bach, Austria, March 30, 1848. His father, Don Juan, was the brother of Don Carlos, Charles VII, known as the Count de Montemona, in support of whose claims the Carlist uprisings of 1849, 1855 and 1860 were organized. As Charles VII died in 1861 without children, his rights devolved upon his brother, Don Juan, who had married the Archduchess Marie Teresa of Aus tria. Their son, Don Carlos, married Margaret de Bourbon. In October, 1868, Don Juan abdicated in favor of his son, whose standard was raised in the north of Spain in 1872 by some of his parti zans. Don Carlos himself, after ad. dressing a proclamation to the inhab itants of Catalonia, Aragon and the provinces, calling upon them to take arms in his cause, entered Spain in July, 1873, and announced that he same to rule the country. Then came the four years' war, ending in 1876, when Tolosa, the last stronghold of the Carl ists, fell, and its defenders sought ref uge on French territory. Meanwhile the republic ended and the eldest son of former Queen Isabella took the Spanis! throne as Alfonso XIL Stork Squelches Disloyalty. Alfonso XII died in 1885 and the ight for the succession raged between Don Carlos and Marie Christina of Austria, widow of the late king. The posthumous birth of the present king in 1886, however, kindled a feeling of loyalty that has existed up to the pres ent. Within recent years there has been a recurrence of the Carlist agitation in Catalonia and other districts, which was attributed to the influence of Don Jaime, the only son of Don Carlos, but tl nc 'w.ný-' wars of littlew liwnet Don Jaime says he will follow the policies of his father, Don Carlos. ly, an SNOWS PROSPERITY WAVE. id ng Railways Are Placing Heavy Orders for Equipment The beet evidence that the country is again on a firm basis of prosperity Dn is shown in enormous purchases and re bids for equipment and betterments by d. railroads. These infallible arteries of p. trade must speedily adjust themselves to the rising flood of business and their of orders mean additional prosperity for le the mills and manufacturers. or The Pullniau company of Chicago is to now bringing out a heavy order from s- the Santa Fe, the first passenger equip s. ment purchased by that system since at 1906, owing to depression in business. b This order is made operative by the p. Balen cutoff and other new lines. It m calls for 130 steel passenger cars. to The Baltimore & Ohio is in the mar ket for 6000 freight cars, 70 passenger iy cars and 65 locomotives, for immediate ºf delivery. This order amounts to $10,. at 000,000. d The Chesapeake & Ohio road has or e dered 50 new locomotives. Ir The Chicago A Northwestern has a placed orders for 1000 boxcars, 500 gon dolas and 500 ore cars. The Missouri Pacific will receive on , August 1, 25 of an order for 100 loeo e motives. 4 In addition to these there are mis T cellaneous orders placed in smaller 5 lots for 2000 mining cars and 5000 oth T er ears of all descriptions. D GEOBGE TURNER FIGHTS FOR U. S. -Good Progrm Being Made in Battle Before The Hasse Tribunal Entirely satisfactory progress is be ing made by counsel for the United States in the legal battle next May be fore The Hague tribunal to determine the status of American fishermen in Newfoundland waters. The govern I ment is confident of favorable decision. The leading counsel for the United - States are former Senator George Tar nor of Spokane, Wash., and Samuel J. Elder of Boston. C Trainmen to Aid Dispatchers. Mexico City, July 20.-Piftty Amer. s ican conductors and engineers met h -e today and adopted a resolution declar- 5 ing their sympathy with the train dis f patehere who are striking against the a national railroads and agreed that they d would leave their positions if their or- a ganisations failed to call them out. Two Trainmen Die in Wreck. Chicago, July 19.-While rounding a of curve south of Manchester, Ind., Sun. a day, a Monon passenger train jumped C the track. Two trainmen were hilled se and si N p eengers were Injnred' The ri kusied N. Ba. Yre' engineer; A. IL ti0 JEALOUs, NM 3H3 Gang of Crminalsinby ehoh b7 Wemag Seattle, July 20.--Thra ousy of a woman the powee able to eapture the men of eriminals who, they been systematically robbing Seattle, Vancouver, B. C, I Ore., and Tacoma. Z G the police say, is an e: San Francisco is the allega " the gang- The police prolage a complete Confession from ers arrested as members otf are Claude Payne, Steve a woman giving the name of Slayter. It was owing to 1et of Mrs. Slayter that anothsr upon whom Moore had best 4 his affections, told the poslee K e operations of the gang san l into a trap that resulted is Wi and the capture of his alu P n s "1 Claude Payne is a vQg a says he has made a living m pocket and has been Moores' e in several jobs. He is held as a complice. Steve Adams, whs ft merly a railroad employs, a a disposing of the mass of stole f the police say. e Five diamonds, many wate f ry, a dozen or more rings, eau, f ver and other articles have been recovered. t Moore came here with ](n a and the other two members d d gang, he says, and started a. a paign of burglary. I He finally ceased lavishing m I, Mrs. Slayter and met the wesa i, was his downfall. She baskd i b snnshine of his smiles for awinq then the green-eyed monster ANE E FISHERS e RAP BAIT e Declare Order Forbidding P" e Herring in B. 0. Walsi L ° Ulterior Motiva Seattle.-According to owns e American I alibut vessels the Malu n der forbidding Americans to bhy e ring bait in Britsii Columbia wuat intended to force Americans U. their ships under the British Agw transfer rLteh business to the e side, as one Boston comanpsy W ° ready done. The Americas f say. that Japanese fishermes ans every pri. ilege over Americeas by regulations ; ust promulgated by the minion council. ' In the la bor of Nanaimo alsla tween November 1, 1903, aad a 15, 1909, Jajanese fishermen easat n 000 tons of herring, salted thA shipped them to Japan to fees countrymen. It is these ash tint required in certain seasons of do my n u an-mu naoluuº vesshe ad e the dominion government refuses to ary vessel carrying the and Stripes. WRIGH' IN AIR 1 MDIUta r cOrville Sccessful in Fight is is plane. . Washington. July 13.-After a* a foozle on the aeronautic tee id6 fort Myer parade grounds Sat* r evening, ):rville Wrig!ht, on his san 5 drive with his aerop ane, broke th t -1909 records by flyinc 1C misstge t circling the course 15 3-4 time iS average height of 60 feet. He ma down at 7.10 p. m. because the agh, bearings were becoming bot. TheM time he got a bad start from theE rail, but on the next attempt 1a launching was perfect. SHE WLE L AID HER HUWSA Wife of Dr. Miller, Accused s lb dering J. B. Sayler, Plges M 'ork to Clear HIm. Watseka, Ill.-in a 'earful easee1 with her husband n the eosaty # here, Mrs. Co ra .M:>r of BlsirtA Pa., wife of Dr. w::iam Mills, C ensed of mturdering J1n B. Seyle d Crescent City. Ill., p Xdged haem't leave no sic re untutred to tlWr ti of the charge again't him. FIVE, IN GAS LAUNCH,DU Crew of Coal Fleet Rescue Foer O@ in Ohio. Cincinnati, Ohio. J :y 15.-A F line launch carrvu za pleasure captized off Coal Huxer, Ky., as t Ohio river, three mi-es east of he1d night, and fire were ttowned. 10 others were rescuedl by the are- d soal fleet. All the deal hved is5f port, Ky. Terrible Tragedy At Spokane Crased by continued excean gence in strong drink and ini5d'7 ous of his wife, whom be ays be with intensity akin ,o madnesm t Browning, a butcher. 34 Yes" shot and killed hie wife, NuZ Browning , aged 32. at their 1005' Spokane last Wednesday noon. formerly lived at Qo:fcy. and had only been in Spokan* days. Be shot her through the and himself in the head. Big Btrike on 3ailVaSY Lima, Peru, July 20. -In o of a general strike of xpaeers men and conductors. tale o3 Central railway has been to3#rl suspended. A locomotivCe i rienced hands caught Ere and t troleam tank exploded. caui4 n1 ot *33,oOo.