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•EOPLE WHO WANT HELP FIND IT IN THE HERALD Parsons answered advertise , w>ciit» last week through. The Herald. The Results of Tho Herald's Gain Is Astonishing. V(?L. XLIV. NO. 73 HE DIRECTED THE ARTIST emperor William Selects Marine Views for Sketches GUARDING HIS MAJESTY Some Incidents of the big Canal Opening England Left Out ot a Schedule of Efficiency ol the Warships ol VarloMf Nations Associated Press Special Wire. BERLIN, June 22.—Public interest, as might bo expected, has been monopolized during the past week with the festivities at Hamburg and at Kiel upon the occas ion of the opening of the Kaiser Wilbelm canal, and Berlin has been deserted by nearly all the prominent men. Tbe news papers havo devoted pnges every day to the canal celebration nnd everything done and said has been liberally commented upon. Emperor William's speech at the Hamburg banquet was enthusiastically received here, and tho stress laid by him on the peaceful signilicanco of the event caused general pleasure. So has the fact that a nio-t amicable entento seemed to exist between the emperor and all the German soverigns. At the Hamburg ban quet the emperor the moment the king of Bavaria arose to speak, poured wine into ttie tatter's glass and his cordial at tentions to tha king of Saxony were favorably noticed. His majesty's pacific utterances have also been very well re ceived in Austria. A dispatch from Vienna states that Herr Dura bar, reporter of the budget com mittee, speaking to the Austrian delega tion today, referred to the speeches of the emperor, saying: "These assurancos of peace by our aug ust ally finds a mighty ecno in Austria which is in perfect harmony with those words of peace. The creation of such a work of peace as tho Baltic canal is proof that hotli states and people nowadays are engaging In a widely aiffcrent struggle and that the competition in the world'a trade is now surely confined to tho domain of economy." Emperor William took two of the lead ing marine painters, llerr Bmllit and Herr Baltzmann, with bim to the open ing of the canal and indicated to them during his four days' stay tho btst moments antl occasions for sketches. They will execute a series of paintings representing the most striking views of the ceremonies, which paintings will be presented to the national gallery. During the fetes a corps ol picked de tectives of surrounded tho em peror day and night. 'These precautions were taken on account uf tho fact that threatening letters form anonvnious an archists nnd others reached* Tils" iiiajesly during the previous fortnight. Some of these letters camo from France, and the writers threatened the emperor with death. A score or more of suspicious-look ing persons were arrested by tbo .detect.-, ives. Among these were two Frenchmen and a Russian. The naval correspondents of the Ger man and Austrian newspapers have high ly commended the appearance of the United States war vessels • and erwvs: They praised the case of motion and the exactness of their manocuvcrs, according them the first place in this respect. They stylo tho New York the finest vessel of her kincl at Kiel. | The|American warships alao aroused more curiosity than all others, as they were visited by thousands of persuns. The officers of the United States squad ron showed good nature in welcoming every one and trying to talk German. The German visitors were considerably puzzled by the fact thnt tho Marblehead and othes of the American squadron have Japanese stewards and negroes among the crew. In this connection the critical compari on ct the various warships at Kiel ma .c by an English naval expert is especially interesting Omitting the Brit ish fleet from comparison in order to avoid a semblance of partiality, he ex pressed the opinion, after taking careful notice, that in respect to value and ef ficiency, the various crews might be plaoed in the following older: Kirst.tlie Germans: second, the Fiench: third, the Americans: fourth, the Austri ans; fifth, the Russians: sixth, the Ital ians; seventh, the Swedes; eighth, the Dutch: ninth,the Panes; tenth, the Rou manians: eleventh, tbe Portuguese; twelfth, the Spanish. The Flench squardon, lie says' con taining the flower of the French navy, made an excellent and impressive show ing. The men wero neat antl ■smart, and the boats' crews excited general admira tion. But the ships. especially tho hideous ironclad Hoche, flagship of tho French squadron, aro unfavorably criti cized. All of the French vessels carry so much top hamp: r that should the latter be shot away during an action it would fall and disable the guns ocnath. A German officer, commenting on the French squadron, said lhat both the French ships and the French people were a trifle extravagant and exaggerated. ' The Russian ships have tin same defect of too much top hamper, although in a lesser degree than the French ships, while tbe personnel of the Russian ves sels was pronounced to be far inferior to that of the French. As to the Italian squadron, the ships Were pronounced to be good and their officers efficient. Tho boats were well kept and the men looked clean and well dressed. Yet it was added that the It. lian ships inspired no confidence as fighting machines, the prevailing opinion among the naval men being tint they would prefer to be without the active help of the Italian fled, in time of crisis tiian with it, as the men, who nre the most im portant lighting element do not give the expert critics tho impiession that they are likely to possess all tho coolness and method necessary for the proper woik lng of the ship's guns in time uf need. Among Emperor William's special guests at Kiel were Lord Londsale and Mr. Poultney Bigclow. Tho latter went to Kiel in his canoe from tho city in livo \ days, rolling or padrUing and sleeping in th'canoe or on bar/us down the Havel. It is expected tmt an international monetary conference will be called by Germany before October 15th. Tne bun ieerntb, after receiving replies from the 'arious federal governments, stand 10 to 12 in favor of such a conference. The ippnsing Hi members come Irom the three rinuth German states aud the Hansetuwns jf Hamburg, Bremen and Lubcck, while Prussia. Saxony and tho middle states favor the calling of n monetary conference. The only point still unset tled as to what extent Germany in call .ng the conference is to engngo herself, whether she is to stnto the nurpose as belli:.' the ultimate recognition of bi metallism or only to fix upon a new ratio between gold und silvor. The General Military Correspondence, a semi-official organ, states that Emperor William, baaing his opinion on the large number of tests made upon the Bornstett maneuvers held this spring, expressed himself to the effect that the German cavalry will still have a decisive influence in battle. During the big autumn ma neuvers these cavalry tests will be re peated on a large scale. The emperor took a characteristic trip to Munich, Bavaria, on Monday last, in order to determine on tbe site and the necessary arrangement of the building of the new Schack gallery ot pictures, etc., which he has prsented to th.it city. Count Frederick yon Schack. the million aire author, died on April 16. 1800. and bequeathed his large picture gallery to Kmperor William, with the stipulation that it be added to the Berlin museum. But, the emperor decided that tho gallery should remain at Munich, as that city was proud of it and, its iemoval would have fostered anti-imperial tendencies in the South German states. The people of Munich were *o delighted with the action of the emperor '.hat they have de cided to place a statue of his majesty in the famous nailery with the wording of the telegram conveying his oelctiuiua tion to the Munich authorities inscribed in the pedestal. His majesty s visit was, quite unex pected and consequently theie was no body at Ihe railway station to meet him. Ho Jumped into a common hack, and while ne was being driven to the palace of tbe regent. Prince Leopold, he was sa luted, being iv plain Uniterm, as a com rade, by the ollicers of tho garrison whom he passed on his way. Among tho latter was Ptince Arnulph, youngest son of the regent and lieutenant general of the lirst division of infantry in tbe Bavarian army ami the husband of Princess Theresa of Llcbtenatein,who had been supposed to bo well acquainted with his majesty, but nobody recognizod the emreror. and it was more than an hour later, when he at length met tne prince regent in the studio of sumo painters. In Lichtenfeld, a suburb ot Berlin, a new sect lias been formed under the lead ership of Princess yon Blucher and other high-born Berlin dames. Tho new sect is Spiritualistic, rejects tbo clergy as be ing unconverted and pretends to believe in visions aud ecstatic prophecy. The regular clergy demand the suppression of the new sect. The latest decision of the heichsgericht, the highest imperial court, declares boy cotting to be illegal and disorderly con duct. PLACED UNDER THE BAN A Los Angeles Wheelman Suspended by tbe League iTcCrea Charged With Accepting Remunera tion From a .Manufacturer-! o Be Investigated SAN FRANCISCO. June 22.-H. E. McCrea of I.os Angeles has beerf sus pended from class A by Chairman Gid eon of the L. A. W., pending an investi gation cf his class A status. It is alleged that ho has violated clause D of the league rules, which forbids class A men from accepting remuneration from a manufatcturer or other person inter ested in the trado. ■ ' ' A PEDAGOGUE IN A PLlOlif J Arrested for an Unnatural Crime With a .Tur der Charge Behind It. - -ELrGENE, Ore, Juho22.-H. P. Hayes of Fall Creek precinct was arrested at the residence ot his sister, Mrs. Butt ricks, two miles from Junction City, today on a charge of incest. It is said lie also will be called upon to answer a charge of murder beforo the case is settled. Hayes is a school teacher and has a niece, Miss Susan Walker, who is also a school teacher. Miss Walker last night gave birth to a child and charges Hayes with being her betrayer. She went to her mother two weeks ago and made a con fession of her condition. S About. May Ist last the father of Miss Walker had an intimation of the condi tion of his daughter and told Hayes that if bis suspicions materialized he would kill the guilty man. On May ißtb Walker was taken ill ard died in great azony. having spasms and violent convulsions. For somo reason the case was not report ed to the comner and Walker's remains were interred without any inquest or post lucitcm examination. This morning when Coroner Harris heard the facts he hail the body exhi.med and an analysis, of the contents of the stomach will bo made. £ The people in the neighborhood nre very mucn wrought up over the affair, and Hayes is being held hero until she excitement subsides. Hayes expressed a wish to tako his own life. RACE TRACK GAMBLING Civic Federation War In Chicago Carried lo the Grand Jury CHICAGO, June 22.—The Civic federa tion war on race trade gambling was car ried to the grand jury today. The Haw thorne truck was represented in the in dictments by the following proprietors: Edward Corrigan, John Hrenwick, .Tolin Burke, James Burke, Henry Kuhl, Joseph tHJrnan, The following Harlem proprietors were indicted: William Mar tin. Joseph A. Mnrphy. George Hanking and Sid MoPhie Forty-four bookmakers, ahcet-writers and oilier track neonle were also indicted. Civic federation officials declare they will push the cases to triol and wind np pool gelling in Chicago permanently. THE FIREBUOS' COMBINE. Another Alleged Incendiary Placed Under Arrest in New York NEW YORK, June 22. —Another arrest —that of Kcppel J' roidland—-was mndc today in connection with the revelations of arson and conspiracy to defraud fi.e insurance companies. The spoficic charge argainst Friedland is that ho was con cerned in the (ire which destroyed Cohen & Cos. shirt factory, at 12 Willet street, on January 24. ISO 4. Tho conspirators got by the lire and paid the firebugs $2000. It is claimed several men of prominence in the insurance world are ,to be arrested. IS IT MRS. CORBETT? A Woman Claiming to Be the Champion's Wife Arranging for a Divorce CHICAGO, June 22. —A special from Yankton, S. P. says a woman, who is undoubtedly the wife of Pugilist Corbett, arrived here Monday for tho purpose of obtaining a divorce, but failing tn havo good grounds the attort.eys refused to take the caso and she went to Ellendale. At tbe Units MILWAUKEE, Wis., 'June 22.-The ninth annual toiirnum- nt of the Western Sharpshooters' union came to a close to nif;lit. Edward Richter of this city won tho king's target shoot ami was declared king of the tournament. A. Strrcker o! Son Francisco was lirst on tbe man target with a score of 97. THE HERALD LOS ANGELES, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1895.—TWENTY-FOUR PAGES. WAS IT A PUT UP JOB? Bringing About a Ministerial Crisis in Britain HOW A DUKE WAS FOOLED Tendered His Resignation to Help a Cause At Secret Meeting of the Cabinet Held nnd It Is Thought the nembers Have Decided to Resign Aisoeiated Press Special Wire. LONDON, Juno 22.— Tho true story of the "determination" of tbe Puke of Cambridge to resign his place as com- mander-in-chief of the British army, an nounced in the house of commons yester day by the secretary of state- for war, Campbell Bennerman, yesterday after noon throws new light upon tho subject. There has long been a strong agitation against the duke and the government, it appears, acting on tho principle of ex pediency, caused it t'j bo known that it would materially assist the government if tbo duke would offer to resign. Consequently the duke, not suspecting that his offer would be accepted, sent, in his papers to the queen. The latter handed them to tho government unaer the impression that they would be re turned. The government, however, ac cepted the papers as a definite resigna tion and Campbell Bennerman made tho announcement to tho house, which was the last thing expected or desired either by the queen or tho Duke of Cambridge. When the cabinet adjourned for lunch no decision had been reached regarding its resignation, The ministers mot again at 4 o'clock. In view of the fact that when the cabi net adjourned for lunch no decision had been reached regarding dissolution, iho impression prevailed that nothing «'efi nito would be known until Monday, when a statement will be made in the house of commons. Shortly after the council broke up at 1:30 Postmaster Genernl Arnold Moi ley and Campbell Banner man were summoned to confer with Lord Rose berry. This started rumors that the min isters will finally decide to resign and cast upon the oppositit n the responsibil ity of* the government, and mako tho select a tic for tho dissolution of parlia ment. The cabinet rose at 5:45 p. m. The de cision arrived at is not known. At the close of the meeting Premier Lord Rose bery started for Windsor fto inform the queen of tho decision of tho minlet rs, which will not be announced until Mon day. There is a strong impression tho cabinet has decided to resign. Tiie Liberal organ, the Speaker, de scribes the action of tho Irish members 1 regarding the Cromwell statue bill as a display of childish bitterness, and says there was no question Of. erecting the, statue an approval of Cromwell's Irish, policy. In many other ways it Is claimed the Irish members helped about the corning general election, which, it is asserted, they thetnsel?ea are so unprepared for, and which, according to general opinion, will sure'y result in the return of the Unionists to power hnd mako it impossi ble to pass a home rulo measure for a long time to come. At) numaing incident, related by Mr. Henry Labouchere. illustrate* the un looked for character of the crisis in par liament. Mr. Labouchere and Sir William llurcourt met on the torrace of the house and Sir William said jokingly to Mi. La boticiiere: "How dull the day has been without a crisis. How is it you have not provided one?" Mr, Laiwuchcrc replied that he did not know how to get up n crisis on tho army estimates, when the bell rang announcing that a division hnd been challenged. They went in together and that division has been followed oy the most serious crisis that this government as yet has had to face. A defeat of this latitude would havo been easily surmounted had not the affairs nf the government got in such a bad way alt round of late. It certainly much hastens, if it does not instantly precipitate a general election. NEW YORK, June 22.—A special to tho World from London says thnt it is a requirement of othcial utiquete that upon resigning a minister shall give, no hint of such intention until it has first been anounced to the queen and to the house of commons. But thero is practi cally no doubt that tho Rosebery govern ment, after aj cabinet council of fivo hours, determined to and that Lord Rosebery, who had already been commanded to dinner at Windsor, seized the occasion to surrender his office. It is slflo tho custom of tho prime minister to recommend to her maesty his successor. Lord Rosebery may name Lord Salisbury, Mr. Balfour or the Duke of Devonshire. it is etiquote for the qtifen to send lirai for the person named. If it is Lord Sal isbury lie may decline and suggest Mr. tin if our or the Duke of Devonshire, or vice versa. In the other case it seems to be the general impresiio-n that even tho Conservative party will not again risk a poor premier ami that Mr. Balfour will oe chosen, lint cither of the three or any ocher Conservative may decline Then Loid Ro-ebery will retain office and be in a stronger position thnn be fore. Hp has been defeated and offers the opposition control of the government; they declined therefore to confess that ho lias tho real majority as representing the effective lower house. If a Conservative leidcr accepts thero is nn real doubt that he will find a majority, even if small, against him. He cannot dissolve parliament until the sun plies havo been voted a nd a Liberal majority can prolong the session for months. HAVEN'T fIOT HIM YET Wrady, the Outlaw, Continues to Baffle the Office ra RICDTVNG. (Jul., Juno 22. —Under Sher iff Fader just camo in on horseback and repotted that lirady was nurounded in the dense bush this side of Anderson four miles, nnd two wagon loads of nun hunters went down so ns to make his escape impossible. There must be about lot) people alter the fugitive, but the brush is thuk. Met With Mishap NEW YORK, June 22.—The American line steamer St. Louis arrived at quaran tine ut 6:46 o'clock this afternoon, after a pussage of seven days, seven hours and eleven minutes. Tho passage was a very pleasant one except that on June 18th tbe steering gear„was carried away. Death on the Rati NKEPLES, Cal.. Juno 22.—Last even ing about 11:30 Frank Andrews and Al bert. Desniers nere struck by a freight train while sitting on the truck neur Andrews was |»orn'jly manned and died from hie injuries this morning. Desoiwt waa only slightly injured, and.in his testimony at the inquest he stated that they stopped to rest on the rail and quickly fell asleep from exhaustion, both having walked from Barstow to Daggett. The coroner's jury exonerated the com pany and oil employees. The deceased wasabout 10 and his fathet is on the Riverside Press. GENERAL SCHOFIELD'S WAY He Reprimands an Officer tn a Very Peculiar Manner OMAHA Neb. June 22.—Wes crn army circles are much disturbed over a pecul iar feature of General Schoiield's recent visit of Inspection to western forts. After leaving Fort Meade General Scho f.eld sent back sealed orders relieving Col. Caleb B. Carleton of ttio command of the Eighth cavalry, which was turned over to Lieutenant -Colonel Thomas McGregor, the reason given out is that when tho time came for the mounted icview of the Eighth cavalry Colonel Carleton oi ferred mounts toftnegeneral and his staff, which they declined. This gave the com manding officer tho impression that Gen eral Scholield preferred Colonel Carleton to receive the review, and so he acted. A strange feature of the incident is that General Schofiold expressed himself as pleased with tho review anil dined with the commanding officer before leav ing tiio pest. Then tho sealed orders cairied by a mounted messenger wero re ceived and tho entire garrison thrown into a turmoil. Today General Scholield reinstated Colonel Carleton ADMISSION DAY The Capital City Will Royally Entertain the Native Sons SACRAMENTO. June 22.—Tho Native Sons of the Golden West will make the session of the grand parlor here on Ad mission day n notaolo event. It is est 1 ma* ttd there will be 7000 Native Sons in the city on that occasion. On Sunday, Septembor Bth, thero will bo a reception to the visiting uelesatrs at Sutter's Fort and a parade on tho morning cf September oth. Thero will be triumphal arches across the streets and an electrical carnival will be a feat ure at the night celebration. GREEN GOODS MEN JAILED Postal Officers Capture a Quartette in Chicago Four Thousand Dollars In Fresh Bank Notes Seized with the Men—They Worked the rial! CHICAGO, June 22.—Chief Inspector Stewart of the postal services and several of his assistants today arrested lour green goods men ond captured $4000 in clean fresh bank notes. The men gave their names as Patrick Gorin, Robert Evans. Charles Burch and Lawrence Guinan. Mrs. 11. C. Anson, tho proprietress (if the Hotel Sterling, nt Twenty-eighth street and Michigan avenue, and William Bolsapple, rhe barter.der, were arrested but afterwards released from custody. The hptsl was the headquarters of the gang. For some time postmasters in various parts of the west have been sending to Inspectoi Stewart, green goods circulars which they found in the mails, all of them bavitig come trom Chicago and the above arrests resulted. WERE THE OTHER CHARMER A Contract Marriage of Long Ago Comes to Light Son of an Oakland Banker Who Desires to Wed Again Appeals to tha Courts SAN FRANCISCO, June 22.-Tho fact wo? made public today that Shelby Mar tin, son of an Oakland banker and one of the most prominent society men of that city was married by contract to Miss Valeric Hlckethler. The contract was signed five years ago, was sealed by a notary and among the witnesses was Labor Commissioner F'tz gereld, Shelby was at that time under 30 years of age and the marriage was kept secret. Recently his engagement to another Oakland yoUng lady was announced and Miss Hickethler then talked of her five year-old contract. Shelby has commenced legal proceedings to have tne conract an nulled and Miss Hickcthlor ha* also en pnped an attornoy to represent h-.r. The Alfa If lias created a big sensation in Oak land. A PET PRISONER Hale ing; Matters as Pleasant as Possible for a ntartt-tt'MS CARSON 1 . Nev., June 22.-Mrs. Hartley has been made a? comfortable at the peni tentiary as the regulations ot that insti tution ,will allow her friends to make her. The number of visitors to tho prison has matorlfllly increaased since she went there, but she wil! see no one save a few of her most intimato iriends. Sho is allowed privileges of a trusty and divides her time between walking on the lawn niid in the caro of her child. WILL TRAIN IN TEXAS Where Champion Corbett Will Prepare for the in * right TERRELL, Tex., June 22. —President E. H. R. Green of the Texas Midland railroad has received Champion Cor bett's acceptance of the former s invita tion to train at this point. Corbett has informed Mr. Green that he will probably spend the month of October as his guest in this city. Bishops to Go to Rome CITY OF MEXICO. Juno 33.—AU the bishops in Mexico have been asked to Rome. The object of inviting them to Rome is to formulate n plan looking to converting al! I'rotestnnts In this repub lic and getting them to join the Catholic church. Passing of a Famous Tenor SAN FRANCISCO, June 22.—Eueenio Hmchi, at on" mm a famous operatic tenor, died Here today. For years in the old daws ne and dm wife, Mmc. Riunehi- Montaldo, were the best-liked performers in San Francisco. Buried Fathoms Deep SaN FRANCIj-CO, June 22.—The steamer City of Sydney from Acupulco brought three more of the Colimn'a sur vivors into poit today. Advices say thu itramer lies in 120 fathoms of water and attempts to secure her cargo bave been unavailing. COLLEGE BONE AND MUSCLE Blue and Gold of California Again Victorious DENVER BOYS IN THE DUST Triumphal Homeward Trip oi Berkeley Athletes fleet of the South End Wheelmen at Philadel phia Conspiracy Alleged in the Cast of Cycler Cleaver Associated Press Special Wire. DENVER, Juno 22. — A large crowd gathered at the Denver Wheelmen Club park this afternoon to witness the ath letic contorts between tho University of California and the Denver Athletic club. The track was in gooa condition and the weather pleasant. Ac no time during the contest did the Denver boys havo a chance of winning. They took only the two first ovents—trio two-mile bicycle, in which no Californion had entered, and tho polo vault. The score was: California, 02; Denver, 22; firsts counting live points anu sec onds t,vo points. Tho only records broken in the con tests wero in the hammer throw, Edgren advancing his record from 125 teet t> l / z inches to 120 feet. W. H. Blackburn, D. A. C, increased his record by 7 feet 1 inch, to 104 feet 1 inch. Seve/al bicycle races were run by local men. Two world's and one state record wero broken. Pippin and Hughes rode a mile on a tandem in 2:u3 1-5, while Swanbaugh rotlo three miles Ull paced from a standing strt in 7:41 S-5, both breaking world's records. W. W. Hamil ton rode a mile paced from flying start in 1:58 at<B. Ono hundred yard dash —J. W. Scoggins won, T. L. Banes second, Salisbury Smith third; 10 1-5 seconds. Putting Hj-pound shot—F. W. Koch first. 37 feet 1 inch: R. W. Edgren sec ond. 80 feet 7 inches; John Bowler, D. A. C, third. 35 feet. * 120-yard hurdle—H*. A. Dye; first, H. B. lorrey second. Salisbury Smith third; time. 16 3-5 seconds. Throwing 10-pound hammer—Won by R. \V. Edgren, California. 120 feet; Black burn. Colorado. lU4 feet 1 inch, each breaking his. own record. Edgren threw a follow 127 feet 10 inches, breaking tho world's record. ■One-fourth mile run—Won by Torrey, California; Lockhart, D. W. C, second; Stevenson, D. A. C. third; time, 55 1-5 seconds. '• ■/rhe mile walk was won by Merwin of ! California; Tyler Smith. 0. A. C, second. Trine (i minutes 36 seconds. \V. W. Hamilton placed on tandem rode a mile in lrfrtt 2-5, breaking the state recortl. :. Pippin antl Hughes rode a mile unpaced on a taiiddtu in 2:02 1-5. breaking the i world's class A record. Swnnbrouch rode three miles, unpared, in 7*::;3, breaking the world's unpaced class A record of 7:41 3*5. The live mile class A bicycle race was won by McCall, Collins second, Kreutz third. All of D. A. C. 'time, 12:2 2-5, local contest only. The pole vault was won BS Graeber, D. A C, with 100 L-et; Yervalin second, 9 feet 11 inches This closed the contest with a victory for California by a score of tij poisnt to 22 for Denver The one mile bicycle, class A, won by Hamstrot, Banks second. Time, 1:19 2-5. PENNSYLVANIA PEDLARS Bicycle Races on the Tinj-a Track at Phila delphia PHILADELPHIA, June 22-Tbe eighth annual tournament of the South End Wheelmen, held on tho Tioga track to day There was a large attendance de spite the unfavorable wea'her Summary: One mile,novice class A—C. H. Miller won. Time 3:27. Ono mile 2:20 class—E Miller won. M. E. Diml-erger second J. Coburn third. Time 2:31 Ono mile championship of Philadelphia, class A—A. H. Nestor lirst. Time 1 One mile, open, classß—L, D. Cabanne won, Al Brown second, F. J. Titus third. Time 2:32^. Ono mile handicap class B—Ed Miller (120 yards) won L. I). Cabanne second. Titus third. Time 2:li;^f. On mile club championship class A— li. Peck tliirJ. Time 2:36. Two mile handicap. Class A—W. C. Douglass, SO yards, won: time, 4:44^*,'. Mile, Glass A—Ohuroh won. time, 2:31. An exhibition mile against time. Hying start and paced by a quad, was made in the fastest time made on tho XiOaU track. John S. Jolinjon rode a half mile with flying start in SOU seconds. CONSPIRACY CHARGED Cleaver, the Los Angeles Rider, Creates a Sensation SAN FRANCISCO, June 22.—As an anti-climax to the action of the national racing board in docclarinc A. W. Cleaver, one of the most prominent riders in Los Angeles, a professional, for having sold a he won, the board has now noti fied tho persons who supplied the evi dence on winch he was convicted that they must answer to the charge of con spiracy. The parties in the sale are all promi nent in cycling circls. Including Rich ard Aylwood, the manager of ttie Ramb ler racing team; Cliarleji Fuller Gates, a writer on cycling, and B. E. Clark, v rac ing man of .San Jose. The trouble grew ""it"'of"lhc races beld at Sa.ita Barbara re cently when Cleaver won an order for a suit of clothes and it is said by Aylwood nt once offered it for sale for $2U. Ayl wood supplied Clark with tho money und ho purchased tho order and was given a receipt f>r the monnoy. Gates heard of the transaction, secured tie order and placed it in the hands of the racing beard. With such conclusive evidence it had no alternative but todcclcare Cleaver a professional and later sprung tho con spiracy charge. The peisons interested havo been given a reasonable time in which to clear them selves, und. falling in that, will bo sus pended from all track privileges for a pa riod cf six mouths or indefinitely, at the option of R. M. Welch, local representa tive of the board. The cose is a most un usual one, being the first to occur in- America and itsoutoomc will be watched with interest. The charges all hinge on 1 the question as to whether Cleaver made .the lirst ad vance in the matter or whether it was all prearranged and he fell into tbe trap. Aylwood claims to have gone into the matter purely as a business transaction and without any intention of leading VAc-ncr into a ttap. Around the Sun on a Wheel LONDON. June 22 —A twenty toor hour bicycle race aKarTist time was started yesterday morning. It was won by C. C. Contain, who covered 471% miles, beatinc the amateur record by 14 miles, J. J. Patterson was second with a score of 4tiG>i miles to his credit. MINISTERS AND THE NEW WOMAN Mrs. Ada C. Sweet Replies to Father Cleary's Remarks CHICAGO, June 22.—1f the Rev. Father Cleary cf Minneapolis could have seen himself as some representative women of Chicago now see him he would have changed bis endress delivered be fore the young women of Sinsinawa Mound seminary and made it a little more up to date. . Mrs. Ada C. Sweet says: "It seems to be n,tiite tho fashion nowadays lor min isters to attack the new woman, as the propressive women are called. But they ought to bear in mind that out for the Women there would be no cliurcnes." About Father Cleary's attack on the woman's bible, Mrs. bweet thought the priest had a wiong impression. She said that her idea of the translation was an attempt to root out somo of the preju dices of earlier times which had crept into tho book and make it more in ac cordance with the spirit of the age. Dr. Satan Hackett Sovcnson said: "So this gentleman expects to be appointed bishop of the Sioux Falls diocese, does lie? Well, we will have a good time. The greatest enemy of mankind is ignorance and the greatest enemy of woman is an igoi r.mt man." HITCH IN THE CHINA LOAN Due to tbe Arrangement Partially Made With China That Was for a Small Amount but It Affected the Larger Lean in the Foreign Marts LONDON, June 22.—The Pall Mall Gazette says, referring to the efforts being made to borrow money for China: The hitch in the Chinese loan is due to the fact tbat before the Russo-Chinese arrangement, had been effected a? contract for a loan had been signed with a large London bank which placed r".l.000.000 at the immediate aisposal of China, and the bank was given the option nf arranging tho great loan which was to follow. Rus sia learned of these negotiations nnd brought her influence to bear to undo them. It is doubtful whether she will succeed, as the contract cannot be set aside with impunity, and it is the duty of Great Britain to see that the rights of her citi zens are protected. INCOMPETENT POLICE San Francisco Officers Allow Two Burglars to Escape SAN FKA.N'CISCO, Junt 22.—About 10 o'clock tonight burglars were oiscovcred in the large retail dry goods stablishment of Newman it Levison on Kearney street. They had ho lind anil gagged tho watch man and commenced to loot the place. Policemen discovered the robbers and opene I lire on them. The burglars re turned the shots, none of which took effect. The robbeis escaped. ON THE FIELD OF HONOR Hot-Headed Men Fight a Duel for a Girl's Affections CATORCE, Mexico June 22.—James Atkinson, an American ore buyer, and Francisco Hernandez, a Mexcian ranch man, fought a duel near Cedral, east of here, yesterday. Atkinson was killed. The two were devoted to the samo senor ita nnd decided to settle the love contest with pistols. "DOWN WITH CRISPI!" The Effect ot the Publication of Cavolltti's Pamphlet ROME, June 22.—Signor Cavolitti's pamphlet against Premier Crispi has finally been published. The cnarges are mostly those of the bribery document. Great excitement exists in other cities of Italy, where monster demonstrations are being held. Those demonstrations aro fully accompanied "by loud cries of ''Down with Crispi!" CLEVELAND IS NOT ILL Official Denial of Reports Regarding the President BUZZARD'S BAY, Mass.. June 22— The reports hi circulation to tho effect that Mr. Cleveland Ifl in ill health are without foundation. To a reporter of tne Associated Press the statement was erven out on good authority at Gray Gables that the president is enjoying the best of health. An Intimfdating Pension Agent OREBCO, lowa. June 22.—A motion for a new trial in the 0A46 of Special Exam iner K. F. Waits of the pension depart ment., convicted uf int'midating a wit ness in the celebrated Van Leuven inves tigation, was denied today. The penalty under the law is not over two years in tho penitentiary or $500 line. Wait" asked the court to impose on him tho extreme penalty if the court believed him guilty. His dignified and feeling appeal brought tears to the eyes of spectators. Tho "Court fined him 1200* The case bas been ap pealed. It is felt by the pension bureau tbat the effOjt to convict Waite on the part of state courts of lowa is really an attack on the bureau, brought by friends of Y*u Leuven. Death of a Pioneer SACRAMENTO, June 22.—Samuel J. Deuel, who was one of Sacramento's pion eer merchants, at ono timo associated in ttie dry goods business with the late Charlo Crocker, of railroad fame, died in this city this evening. He was a native of Canada, aged 69 years. For several years lie bas been acting as local col lector tor the Southern Pacilic company's steamboats. Wouldn't Talk of Boodlcrs DETROIT. JVme 22.—City Assessor Fred E. Karnsworth was today sentenced to thirty days in jail for refusing to tes tify In tho council boodie investigation. An attempt is being made to get a writ of habeas corpus. Greece Again Trembles ATHENS, June 22.—Several earthquake shocks were leit this morning in the dis trict known as Lepanto. Several build ings were damaged. Governor Atkinson Is Better ATLANTA, Ga., June 22.-Physicians in attendance upon Governor Atkinson nronounee him much better and wit!) DO backset, which is not anticipated, he will recover. 4£ Weather Today: Fair. y A NEVER FAILING (WIDE FOR MOUSE HUNTERS /yah Advertisements of wants of Übouses,U bouses, rooms and anartmeata * **** in last week's Herald. Remember The Herald Reaches tho People PRICE FIVE CENTS THE TEACHERS' CONVENTION Every State in the Union to Be Finely Represented DENVER WILL BE TESTED Los Angeles Will Send ■ Large Delegation Illinois Premises to Answer Roll Call WKh Four Thousand Pedagogues — Tha Color Line Question Associated Press Special Wire. DENVER, Col., Jur.e 22. — A letter from tho state manager of the National Educational association for Iliniois waa receiver] today stating that 4000 people of that state will attentt the July convention in Denver. A. \V. Winship, the manager for Massachusetts, wrtte3 thac New Eng land will send 1000. A like number are estimated as, coming from Ohio, aad throe special trains will bring tho New York delegation to Denver. Los Angeles is to be strongly repre sented, and will make an effort to secure the National Educational association con vention for 18!« i. A letter has been received from Cam den, N. J., asking what the arrangementa fare for the entertainment of colored teachers. Chairu.an Dick of the botel committee replied today that a project ia on foot among tho colored citizens ot Denver to entertain their brethren of tbe pedagogical profession, but the botel com mittee will sec in any case tbat the col ored teachers are cordially received and well cared for. Archbishop of Fermo Dead. ' ROME, June 22.—Cardinal Amitarlre Malagol, arebbisbon of Fermo, is dead. He was born in 1840, was a native of Italy and was created a cardinal in 1893. Events of the World, the Nation, Southern California and Los Angeles WEATHER REPORT — United States department of agriculture weather bureau's report, received at Los An- gcies June 22, 1595. Angele»;2R m Piego.. .VP. U Obispo 39. resno 20. in l-ran'co 20. icriiinento 29. ed Bluff.. 39. 71 li-l 1 en log (>0 !H 1114 r>a K4 7(1 ureka 80 oaeburg .. hln. ortlana. ..;30 Forecast—June 2-.—For Southern CslUorniat Fair; nearly stationary temperature; fresh westerly winds. Temperature—Report of observations taken at l.os Angeles, June-2d. [Note—Barometer reduced to sea level.] Time. | Bar. .Trier! BH'm \V'd| :00 a. m. Ill.Pfi 59 , S!l , E :IK> p.m.|2t9.B«l 71 I 64 I S\V Maximum temperature. 79. Minimum temperature. 3s. BY TELEGRAPH—SeveraI small engage" ments enlivened the uprising in Cuba; Maceo invited the Spanish regulars to fight—Emperor William is to be entertained on the United States cruiser .New York—lt is reported that Mrs. Corbett, wife of the chain* pion, has gone to Dakota to securtf a divorce—Sacramento has already com menced to arrange for the entertain ment of the Native Sons on Admis sion day—H. S. Ferguson, a son of a wealthy Chicago banker, has been arrested in Sonoma county for de frauding an notel keeper—Los An geles will send a large delegation to the '"eachers* association convention at Denver—The question as to tho right of women to cast a vote under the constitution of the state of Wash ington is to be tested in the courts— A slight hitch has occurred in the ne gotiation of tho Chinese loan—Ber nard Muller committed suicide near Phoenix, Ariz.; ill-health and short ness of money were the causes. ABOUT THE CITY.-Jimmie Sykej* good luck—A. H. Edwards' dilemma; had a house in one place, a lot in an other and no moving permit—J. L. Coulter honorably discharged—A, chapter of accidents—Doings around the police courts —The midnight and Sunday saloon ordinance must be obeyed—The sewer committee of the city council backs down—Salaries in the tiro department will not be in creased— Opening night of the Kreis turnfest—ln socia* life: party, anni versary, social and musical—Key and bow; musical notes —Hundreds of tbo gontlur sex seeking positions as teach ers in the public schools —Business men witti a petition : a mighty protest — Superior and other court notes— William Niles is convicted of cruelty to animals—The Los Angeles Feder ated societies—Susan B. Anthony ana Rev. Anna B. Sba«v as the Herald'r guests at Santa Monica—lnterviews upon the advisability of holding • state Democratic silvor convetion. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REDLANDS— Revival services by th*. Epworth league. SAN PEDRO—An ordinance regulating the carrying of Firearm*. PASADENA—High school teachers re ceive their classes. —Notes. POMONA—High school exercises. SANTA ANA—New time table.—Th* horse theft. ONTARlO—lnteresting news budget. RlVEßA—Graduating exercises. CHlNO—Railroad surveyors at work. LONG BEACH—Large number of viaie*' ors.—Good fishing. WHERE YOU MAY QO TODAY ORIIPEUM—Matinee and at 8 p. m.| vaudeville. BURBANK—At Bp. m.; A Chip o* the Old Block. TURNER HALL—B p.m.; entertainment and concert. ' AGRICULTURAL PARK—9 a. m.; T«t\ ntrs* mass wand exercises. **• - THE NEWS