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l MORE ANXIOUS FOR FORRECIPROCITY FORRECIPROCITY
TRUSTRECIPROCITY
RECIPROCITY THAN CU CUSenator CUB CUBSenator CUBA CUBASenator
Senator Teller ell r Says Tha ThaUte Nre American Sllg Sugar Re Refining Refining ¬ 0 0fining
fining Company Is r Leading afhng the Fight FightCalls FightCIIs r rI rCilis
I
Calls Plitts p tes Annexation Talk HBaby Baby Cny1 CryUnder Under No FOrtfier1 FOrtfier1Obligations F rlf rth r rObligaUons rObligations
Obligations to toCuha Cubar CubarWashington Cuba Cubat CubaWublion
+ + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4WaahIiton + + + + + + + + + + + + + °
+ Washington June 37 nQulte Quite unexpectedly a sfearp rp p debate aroseI arOft In Inth Inth +
4 the th senate nate today on the question of o Cuban reciprocity Mr Teller of ofolorado oft +
4 + < olorado at t whose instance the senate nate committee colll on Cuban relations relationsmade re1t1omadt reIt1oftmade +
+ made its it investigation of the subject delivered a spirited rlted speech in oppo opposjtton OPPOsJtlnn opposJtn +
+ sjtton to reciprocity with Cuba He Charged tb that t the entire reciprocity reciprocitypropaganda recJprocttyrropapnda reciprocitypropaganda +
+ propaganda had been backed by the American n Sttgar gar r Refining Renaln company c camI mp mp4Ifl1 7 7f + +
f and by Americana Am rtaJUI who were interested Jtaatnciaily ttandaU in I Cuban sugar p pt pkntkin phuHa < 4 +
4 tk t 10M kin ns The purpose he said was to strike down an important agricul agricultural ut utfur 4 +
4 tural fur industry of this country untry He was willing w to Join in a general g neral re revision rehdon revbilofl +
+ vision of the tariff tar to meet changed cban ed conditions but unless the duties duU on oniron Oniron oniron +
+ iron and fld steel and other products were reduced with those on sugar in Innrdr + f ford I Iordr
+ ord ordr r that the arrangement might mi < ht be equitable the th beet sugar growers growersnever growersnlVf growersnever +
+ never nlVf > r would ould consent to a reduction on their tb r product Mr Platt of Con Conff ConIlcdknt +
ff 4 ncctlcnt chairman of the tl Cuban relations committee commlt replied to the Colo Colorado Colorado Cob Cobrado +
+ rado senator 8ED tor He maintained that there was nothing sordid rdid in the de desire de deIIlrf tiesire +
+ sire to promote reciprocal eal > relations between betweea1he the United States and a ld Cuba Cubaf Cuband Cubaand +
f and nd said thf making of some concessions to Cuba was a plain duty of this thtef thislOuntry + 4eountri
+ f country It was wa L duty whicfi whk this thl government OVTflInt owed to itself as a well wellall + f ff
+ f an L to Cuba because absolvtely friendly relations with ith the new republic republicwere +
+ werp a necessary e8IJ7 aesus eans of defense to this country unlees the Unilted Untlted8t + f ff
4 f states 8t tetl should annex the Island ncI That he hoped b Ped would not be done as a he hereprMd + f fregarded
+ regarded annexation as 3 a grave menace I naceto 4o our institutions In tltuUon +
44 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
TTTASHING rASHlNGTON ° N June Ju e 27 7A A confer conferI conferw nfer nfertm
WASHINGTON w I ence tm e report amendment to loUIe loUIebill thebill the thebill
bill entitled a bill to provide e a arode aIdf acrd
rode crd Idf of f laws for the tb District of Colum Columbia Coblmbia Cotimbia ¬
bia was agreed to by the senate R te soon soonafter IICeItI
after I ftfOr it convened today todayConsideration toda7rfl todayCflhltdfltlOfl
Consideration rfl then was W begun of the thebill thebill thebill
bill To provide for the allotment of ofthe oCtht ofthe
the lands Jan of the Cherokee nation for forthe forthe forthe
the disposition dlip ° ItIOn of If townstteg therein thereinand thereloand theretoand
and for other purposes During the theconsideration tbeonslderaUon theonsideratton
consideration of the bill Mr Teller Tellertaking TeJkortakln Tellerhiking
taking takln advantage advan of the latitude of ofdebate ofdfbatf ofii
debate ii bae addressed the senate te on the thesubject theIJUbJMt thecubjet
subject of Cuban reciprocity He said saidhe aaldh 14 14h
he h did not think this session of o con congress eonprf11I conshould ¬
gress should adjourn without zo some ac action actIn aclon ¬
tIn on the subject subjectAfter nbjeetA subjectAfter
After A ttfr asking did for the prtetteg of sev several HYfOral ev evera ¬
eral era documents Xr Teller referred to tothe tothf tothe
the statements made of the distress in inCuba Incuba
Cuba 4 uba and to the statement 8t that un unI ua1fM
I 1fM w the United Statns should give ve re relief te telilf so3ief ¬
lief to the island l iaa4 a revolution would wouldo wsudoeur
oeur o cur ur Mr Teller declared that the thestatements thef4latfmnhl thestatementa
statements were ere untrue lid Umt there therenver thftenfJ therenvr
nver had been aar condition in the thes
s < 4 inland which warranted the statement statementHe jtementsHf tfllMnta tfllMntaH
He H asserted that it had been proved provedaffirmatively IIIOVeCIamrmatJ provedaffirmatively
amrmatJ affirmatively ly that no such condition ex existed exj ox1t4 ¬
isted istedI j tPd
tPduJd
I saysaid ia uJd he measuring meuurlllmll nay naywords 7 7voNIS
words mll that never MV In my experience experiencejuibllc sa 1 1ubIIc I IubUc
juibllc ubUc life Ut has there th been wen a so soand pay payand t tand
and open O fftan art uIt amisjpit fo t dWWve dWWveAmerican bIre bIreAmerten i iA
American A people an this thisHe tblsH thlaH
He H said the attempt at deception was wasmade wasmadt wasmade
made by those e who were relying upon uponthe uponth uponth
the th well 11 known kn ° wn desire of the American Americanpeople AmerknWOple Americanjwople
people to assist any ny other people who whowere whofire whoere
were fire in distress distressIt
It Is a a Trust JCeaeure JCeaeureDiscussing XlUUreDiSCWl8i M asurL asurLDiscussing
Discussing DiSCWl8i the beet sugar industry industrythe
the Colorado senator tor said the ques question qae qaetion question ¬
tion was a one of great importance portance to tothe tothe tothe
the people of the west t They TIle had hadstudied hadstudlfd hadstudied
studied It and it did not take them themlong tltemllnr them1ng
long to ascertain that the American AmericanSugar AmerIcanS AmericanSugar
Sugar S r Refining Re1iniu company COIftPD7the the Amen American Amerlad Amencan ¬
can ad sugar r trust ttWAII was pretty active in inurging tnur InUrging
ur urging the reduction of duty on Cuban Cubansugar Cubanupr Cubansugar
sugar sugarHe sugarHe uprHf
He said there was some desire on the thepart thepart thepart
part of the Cubans to secure a reduc reduction reduction reduction ¬
tion of duty on tobacco but that was waslost WallJost wasbat
lost sight of in view of the propaganda propagandafor prop < anda andator
for the reduction in the duty on sugar sugarThere sugarThore uprTbf1f
There has been he declared lared more moremisrepresentation moretnlsnopftlleDtation morenilsreprroentatlon
misrepresentation and < misstatement mlsstatementabout mltlLlemeatabout misstatementabout
about our obligations to Cuba than thanabout thanabout thanabout
about almost any other question quee oa Every Everyobligation Everyhll EveryOIIgtiou
obligation hll atlon which the country was Wf uJdfr nfller j jder i
der to Cuba has been performed he hewid beNlld heMid
Mid and he challenged any senator senatorto
to II indicate any obligation which the theVnited thelnltPd thelnitpd
Vnited States was W under to the island islandThere IslandThere land landTh
There Th > rf 1s no distress in Cuba Cu he hedeclared hedflalld bedeclared
declared and my m correspondence with withth withthr withth
th thr > people of the island proves this thisThe thisTh thisThp
The Th Cubans t uba are not mendicants at our ourhand ourht ourhnrh
hand ht nftlC The TbeAmerican American holders of sugar sugarlands 8q1Lrlands sugarlands
lands in Cuba and the American Sugar SugarKfnnin Suprfnnin SugairflflinK
Kfnnin fnnin rflflinK company are at the bottom of ofthis ofthi ofthis
this thi effort to change our financial aye aystern 88tern ayetern
tern with 1 h reference to Cuba Cuba0ba CubarlW CubaOabqt
rlW 0ba < Is B4eh B4ehMr aiet acbM1
Mr t I Teller said lei that Cuba C was one oneof oneIf oneof
of th the richest countries In the world worldand worldand worldand
and he h referred to her enormous ex exP exrrt cxprt
P rrt rts He asserted eTted ted that the Cuban la lah tobeflrs I Ibnrl
h bnrl > rrrs received from J2S 22 to 330 0 a month monthin
in gold Knilla a sum IIU he thought that would wouldviable wouldCfltteIt ould ouldfl1ahlf
viable them to live II unite te as well wellth as asti asth
th laborers in this country countryIHxruKMing OU1Itry11ilusMlng countrylkussIng
IHxruKMing the diplomatic situation situationf
flf f the Cuban < snv v + mn rnmt nt t Mr Teller Tellergrossed Telltrfxfrrsfltd Tellerprseed
grossed the belief that the Platt Plattamendment Plattal1 Plattelndmeut
amendment al1 < ndment ought not to have been beenwiojtM bee beeCI1nttprJ beeniInptj
wiojtM by the United States as it itas Ita ita
as a u violation violatl an unnecessary un ry rIo violation vloot rIoie ¬
lation ie 1 Ofl of good faith on the part of oftji ofth oftI1
th tji Tnited nitfd States He pointed out that thatuba thattliha thatC
tliha C uba might make a commercial agree agreent aveent
nt with Ith Great Britain for instance instancein
in which the latter country might Iht have haveadvantages haveflljKntqttl have4trantag
advantages over the United States Stat He Hellf HehfJWd Hehpd
llf hfJWd pd no such agreement would be bemadp beIlIap beInaic
madp but Cuba could make such an annirnvment aal1rm anaremcnt
nirnvment l1rm nt If she desired He said that thattwithstanding thatII thatI
II > I twithstanding t wlthlCtandln the fact that thou thousands thou1aMs thou4flIs ¬
sands of laborers recently had arrived arrivedi
i 111 1 Cuba uba from Spain psu labor in the island islandv IslandSare
v all < > sarce Sare ane and hisjh priced In such suchumatances 8uhUOltaD suchUfl1Maflc
< < umatances Ufl1Maflc < there would be in his hisJiiKment h18JIIhm
JiiKment JIIhm 3 1 l mnt nt no great t distress distressurorrlng I8tre811flrtn distressfrrr1ng <
urorrlng flrtn frrr1ng < to the bill passed by the theMr thehIJ theMr
hIJ Mr Teller said saidWhen sdW saidVhpn
When W hfn the differential was taken off offwas offthl o oUiii
thl was wu a great t falling < off in rater ratervt
vt t in reciprocity n on ostthe the part of the thewr theiCttr thetrust
wr trust trustV trustIr
V Ir r the t hfl part ot the sugar UPZ peppl peppllV PllPPie PIPPIOto
lV t to interjected Mr Spooner SpooJlfto A ANo
No o no replied Kr > sr Cr Teller We did didnt did110t didrt
nt go that t far farHo f faxu r rHp
Ho u understood under tOOd that a reciprocity
treaty with Ith Cuba would be presented presentedat
at lt the next session of the senate senate4I nate nateI
< 4I I think said Id he that it will be
exceedingly exCHdtD unfair to the American Americansugar Americansuggr mQrictm8UDf
sugar growers both beet and cane t to tomake tolte tomeke
make lte th tIM proposed 4 concessslons eon lJt6 lJt6Cu to toCuba 1 1Cube
Cuba Cu and let her maintain her pros present prelt prosset ¬ =
set t labor laws and compel cern pel the states statesof statesot tat tatof
of Colorado Louisiana Texas and andother andother andother
other jMatet atat to compete with CMneee CMneeelabor Chineselbo e eIboF
labor lbo in the tl Island feiandI t lancl lancllam
I lam 1 am wnffng to join you said St d h hltt haddressing 4 4addressing
addressing addre l the Republican side upon upongeneral uponpnera1 upongeneral
general revision 18lon of the tariff in IniDe mak making piaklag ¬
lag a proper reduction of the tariff tariffaeet to towet tomeet
wet changed conditions but I 14 do not notpropose notaIOpMe notpropose
propose to submit to a reduction alone aloneOS aJonethe nionees
OS the only product of the American Americanttrwer AmerleanIller Americanmer
ttrwer Iller that has any real protection protectionWhen prcKectlonhen protectionWhen
When hen you get ready to take 20 per cent centeC centr centSc
eC duty off steel and iron I speak for formar forJIMStIe
mar 1 prcwte when I sajr ay we will agree agreetil agreeii
til 5 6 reduction of duty on sugar We Weoan Wecn Wecan
can make all the ugar pr necessary for forpat foct forthe
t the nnlted Staten In this coun counare country If Ifwe
we are gl gln Oil a sIble lINt p0toc p0toc1iere
rtrere ill At setpromz In protlctl protlctlOiat protoetlaiL protoetlaiLSkt
pat Skt must he Maintained and ttaftt twto if ifeye o oave
eye gofas to Insist lilt on onIn esIn
In conclusion he said the propose proposeMl pro proWII propoeeihill
Ml of the committee on relation with withCuba wU wUCuba wititCuba
Cuba proceeded OK the theory that the theUnited t tunited thaUnited
United States could not produce its itsow Itaowa itsowassgar
ow owa owassgar sugar Thfe he e deetaped desis ed was war warfair 11ftfair norfafr
fair to the American people peoplePlatt peoplPlatt peoplePIatt
Platt Makes Reply ReplyI
Mr Platt of Connecticut chairman chairmanr
tee oW tIIt
D r Mil lte1ft lte1fti
i He psjiai m that it w Was na s4n IU the nature natureof
of vt ri ajtiack uk by the beet sugar trust truston trutoa ruat ruaton
on the refiners re sugar r trust trustft tru trustIt t
001 ft is 111 he Insisted Insl ted entirely out outside outlIIi outside ¬
side lIIi the question whether the United UnttedStales UnitedStates l lmat8
Stales ought to enter into reciprocal reciprocalttlon reoll reciprocalrelstioss roel roelreiarUona
reiarUona ttlon with our nearest neare t neighbor neighbortared DeighborcJeelared
3 cJeelared tared that no effort to excite excitedistrust excitedMtrt excitedistrust
distrust of and Vd prejudice against agaln the thesugar theISU thesudan
sugar ISU trust t would ci cct ct materially th threal threal the thereal
real tesuettf Cuban reciprocity That Thatissue Thatiue ThatIssue
issue was made up He sharply crit criticised crit1leed cnitIcleed ¬
icised Mr Tellers speech saying it itwas itwas Itwas
was made up largely from the spent speculative speJUIftlft spentIgUre ¬
lative imaginings I of a witness s employed employedby
by the beet b sugar lobby here hereMr bereMr hereMr
Mr Platt said that from the time timeour timeour timeour
our military lItary forces occupied Cuba he hehad beha4 hehad
had believed that eventually either the theUnited theUntted theUnited
United States must come into such re relations reJatlona reJatlons ¬
lations with the Cubans as to pro produce produce produce ¬
duce In them contentment prosperity prosperityand
and happiness or that he would be beobliged beob beobllgud
obliged ob to accept an offer of annexa annexation annexatIoA annexatloit ¬
tion from a discontented d1 and unhappy unhappypeople unhappypeople unhappypoop
people poop He regarded the annexation as asone Aone asone
one of the greatest dangers cln rs to the theUnited theUnited
United Unlt d States StatesTalk StatesTalk
Talk of Annexation AnnexationWhen Ann6Xtionrwben AnnsxationWhen
When we annex Cuba said he hewe hewe hewe
we shall ball have taken the first step to toward toW1d toward ¬
ward demoralisation if I not the disin disintegration dtBtntqTatlon diem diemtegratlon ¬
tegration of our republican institutions institutionsI
I think we hare come to a great rMt crisis crisisin crisisin
in our affairs We have one plain duty dutyto dutyperform dutyto
to perform and that is we so treat treatCuba treatCub treatCubs
Cuba as to make her our lasting lASUn friend friendI
I stand for a permanent republic in intuba InClUb inUuba
tuba ClUb that ht what the amendment re referring reterrlnlr retoning ¬
toning to the socalled Piatt amend amendment amendnt amendment ¬
ment nt meant mea at which w we adopted adoptedHe adoptedHe adoptedHe
He believed that the beet interests of oftte oftile ofthe
tile United States sould leave this thisgovernment thisIOftDmnt thisgovernment
government to form clone e political and andcommercial andco anticommercial
commercial co rd1 relations with Cuba to the theend theed theend
end that no necessity would exist for forannexation forn rorannexatIon
annexation annexationIn n xU n nIn
In a brief reply to Mr Platts state statement 8tatement statemeat ¬
ment Mr r Teller referred to his ex expressed expnae4 oxpr ¬
pressed pr ssed fear of annexation as baby babyery babycry j jcry
cry ery and a childish attack on those thosewho thosewho ewho
who differed from him on the question questionof
of reciprocity He declared that that thatquestion thatqUell thatquesUon
question qUell OIl had been started < in the in interest IntereIIt Intotset ¬
terest of tile great American sugar sugartrust BUpItnMt sugartrust
trust and that the people had been de deceived deMlvtd doeivd ¬
ceived regarding rep14 the > question by by the thepuJtbuect thepurchased
1 purchased newspapers of this coun country countI7 country ¬
try tryReferring Referring < to the th pending legislation legislationMr l laUon laUontr
Mr r Teller Teller1el said after fter taunting Mr MrPlatt MrPIaU MrPIatt
Platt for not bringing < a bill haLo the thesenate theaate thesenate
senate aate at this session sessionit sessionwe n nW
W we are prepared to take the bill 8 8It asit
it came from the house ho1ud and we will willtake willtake willtake
take it now nowThe JIOwThe flOwrho
The senate te then at SK 5 p mt JD went wentiato wentato wentiLo
iato exenttlve session and noon after afterward fterwara afterward ¬
ward adjourned adjournedBRYAN ac dournodBRYAN urn urnBRYAN
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BRYAN HAD GOOD REASON REASON3D4dnt REASONDidt REASONThdnt
3D4dnt Attend TUden Dinner Baoauee BaoaueeHe J3uHXe Bseauoea
He a Was Not Invite InviteLincoln Invited InvitedLbacola ivitTiUisoln
Lincoln Neb Ieb June 27 rlW W J Bryan Bryanha BI7anJIu Bryanhas
ha has announced that he was not invited invitedto
to the Tllden club banquet in New NewYork NewYork NewTork
York addj adding that if he had been he hewould hewould hewould
would have responded explaining why whyhe wbybe whyhe
he would d not attend a political banquet banquetgiven baDqueten banquetgiven
given en in honor of c one who twice op opposed opP opposed ¬
posed the Democratic ticket and IUKlhas IUKlhasnever has hasnever hasnever
never since announced his intention to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return to the party
WILL EXAMINE IRRIGATION PROJECTS PROJECTSSpecial
Special to The Bitmld BitmldJASHINTON 4 4i
17 JASHINTON A8HIN8TON D i C Jwae Representative Sutherland today had hadVV bada d dr +
+ VV r a conference lODt coO1ereaeW1tb with Chief Hydrupvpfcsr H Kewall N twUof U of the geological sur survey aurt +
roy to reference to the selection of irrigation projects in Utah toe twadoption f fadoption 4
t 4 adoption under the new Irrigation law Mr Newell decided he would wouldrxamine wOllldfxamtne woMexamtne +
+ rxamine the Utah sites which In the opinion of local people are available availablen + 4I
I + In < en > n the occasion nl of his 1aIIIIDtMdNt inteftded iut ded visit to the west in August ugust At that tine tineHepresentatlve UI8ftHfpreaentaUve + 4lteprentat1ve
+ Hepresentatlve Sutherland Mr Newell eweU andJir Ganette of the gotodcal O OMurey 4 f fsurvey
4 survey and Gifford Pltchot of the agricultural cult1lral department will visit vt tt Utah Utahto +
+ to t adjust the question of the election of a forest reserve Representa Representative Repre enta entatie +
+ tive Sutherland Su herland and Mr Newell Newellbae have Informally discussed the Bear river riverproject rI r rproJe +
+ 4 project < f and Ii nci the t th hp question of diverting the waters flowing through the theinta theIntat +
4 Intat l1n inta rosfrvHtUm < < prCltln into Utah l tah lake Mr Ir Newell will examine all of these theseand + f fand
4 and o ruh bh jh Irrigation v Pljt > roje < ts luring his hi coming visit viflito +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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SOME POllCt WORK TitAtt TllAT PLEASES flfASrS THE 711fPtBlIC PUBLIC
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KING kit RAPIDLY RLCOL1RIAtG RLCOL1RIAtGEats
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soUt Soup IsL ind an d Ba Baked kedcApl AppesFestivities fesFe e stiviti Areing eipg R Revived Revivedenard vived vivedeYJ1afo >
eYJ1afo Liner Iner Rep Rece1d d News of HIs MJ rBjtys rBjtysIllness y yIllness
> I Illness By Wireless Telegraph Telegrapnn n IB
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T OKDON DOift Oluna j U0 8ptJta ws the JMWt JMWtI t tL
L L I yet was the t popular comment commentjsrith ePIth couiwentILh
PIth ILh which the bulletin posted po ted at atBuckingham atBQcldughm atBuckiughain I
Buckingham palace ace at U eclecjt to toWd 10esu tow11fdr
esu esubefortlttt
w11fdr Wd beforrtBe ala Jac antn the bul bulletin bulJetln toilietinwas ¬
letin ietinwas WSB brought out and ndwbea when the thegood thegood thegood
good news beinc oeoajnc ftC known there were werecries wereclie werecries
cries of Hear hear and cheers cheersLord cheersLord cheersLord
Lord Churchill the actjhg chamber chamberlain cltamberlaln chamberlain ¬
lain drove up to the palace PJ Jsce ace just as asthe asthe asthe
the bulletin was issued 1 and expressed expressedhis
his keen pleasure at the doctors report reportof
of the kings kln s condition After learning learningthe learalngthe learainthe
the contents of tHe bulletin the crowd crowdat
at the palace quickly dispersed di pel3ed and the therejoicing therejolelng therejoicing
rejoicing which was apparent in the thecrowded thecrowded thecrowded
crowded streets increased in keeping keepingwith keepingwith keepingwith
with the terms of the latest report The TheU I
U oclock bulletin was a M follows followsHis foJlowsuHIs followsHIs
His majestys mje tys condition te in all re respects respects respects ¬
spects satisfactory The king has had hada hadoomfortableday
a comfortable oomfortableday day and has made sub substantial ubtantlal subatantial ¬
stantial improvement improvementThe
The Prince and Princess of Walesdined Walesdined Wales Walesdined
dined at Buckingham palace p la < e tonight in incompany incompany incompany
company with visiting YisiUn royalties All Allthe Allthe Allthe
the diners returned early to their theirhomes theirhomes theirhomes
homes The unanimity among prom prominent promiDent prommeat ¬
meat physicians in expressing their theiropinions theiropinions theiropInions
opinions as to thte case of the king is isquite isquite isquite
quite reMarkable All the professional professionalopinions prole professionalopinions l onl onlopinions
opinions gathered are distinctively fa favorable favorable favocable ¬
vorable and hopeful The T e doctors re regard reprd regard ¬
gard the danger dan er of peritonitis as now nowalmost nowalmo nowalmost
almost t passed and believe his majes majestys maJetys majestys ¬
tys recovery to be entirely probable probable14verpool probableLiverpool probableLiverpool
Liverpool was illuminated tonight In iarecognition Inrecognition Inrecognition
recognition of the good news newsThe newsThe newsThe
The Daily Mail says this morning morningthat morningtlaat morningthat
that all King Edwards functions are areworking areWorking areWorking
working admirably The drainage pipe pipehas pipehu pipelisa
has not yet been removed put the thekings theklngs thekings
kings progress is sure and steady His Hisdiet Hisdiet
diet already includes eludes soup UP fish 1I h and andbaked andbaked
baked apples It Is probable that next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week thenumber of daily dart bulletins will wttlbe willbe 111 111be
be diminished diminishedIt
uIt It has been informally infQrma1l settled settledsays settledsays settledsays
says the paper that as soon as it is issafe Issafe issafe
safe to todoo doso his majesty will be moved movedto
to Cowes and placed on on board the royal royalyacht royalyacht royalyacht
yacht for his period per of convalescence convalescenceThe coavale8 < ence enceThe
The king kln of Denmark who intended intendedcoming IntendeClcoming Intendedcoming
coming to London today has been dIn dissuaded dianaded dInsanded ¬
sanded from doing so by Queen Q n Alex Alexandra AlexaDdra Alexaudia ¬
andra who telegraphed her father that thatKing thatKing thatKing
King Edward is making good progress progressThe ProKreThe progressThe
The prospect of the kings rapid re recovery re recovery nocovery ¬
covery has led to a revival of the theprojects theprojects theprojects
projects for festivities UvUles It has prac pracFIRST pracFIRST praoFIRST
FIRST TIME IN 88 YEARS YEARSCabinet YEARSOa YEARSCabinet i
Cabinet Oa iDet Meeting Today Tod Was Held He BelcIin BelcIinTemporary d in inTemporary inTemporary
Temporary Executive Mansion 1 nsionWuhlngtolJ 3ansionWashlngtou
+ Washington June 27 27Por For the thefirst +
4 4 first time in eightyeight years yearsregular a a 4 4
4 regular session 10ft of the cabinet was washeld +
4 4 held today outside the theWbtte theWbtteHouse White +
4 House When President BooR BooRvelt Reesevelt 4
+ velt arrived from New London L ft4lJnConn LdnonConn + 4
+ Conn this morning he was driven drflvento + 4 4to
4 + to the temporary executive man mansion n nstonm 4 +
+ sion stonm in Lafayette square q1nl q1nle q1nlALL 4 4ALL 4ALL
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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ALL SALARIES INCREASED INCREASEDBxnployec INCREASEDEmploy INCREASEDBmployes
I
Employ of Carnegie Steel Company CompanyGet I IGet10
Get Get10 10 Per Cent Advance AdvaacePittsburg AdvUicePittsbu AdvancePlttsburg
Pittsburg Pittsbu June 27 iAU AH of the theskilled thelied wa waI
I skilled lied employes of the Carnegie Carne Steel Steelcompany Steelt
I company nearly 15000 have had then thenwages thetrwages theirI
t I wages voluntarily increased M per percent percent percent
cent This will make the wages of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the lowest laborer 16 L 186 a day dayMAINES dayJLAINES dayMAINBS
MAINES CONSTRUCTOR CONSTRUCTORNew T JAD JADNew > fiAT fiAT2ew
New York June Jtflp J7 tiWiD1aJa WillUua Lines LinesMintonl Lin Lin1IUBtonle UnesAntoak
Mintonl naval eoustrnctor U L A N re retired retired retired ¬
tired who supervised BU n11Md the construction of ofthe oftM oftb
the tb Hifated battleship Maine at the theBrooklyn tbtBro theBreoklyn
Brooklyn Bro lyn navy yard is dead at h 0J9 hone honein boaiin
in Brooklyn He was born in New York Yorkseventythree YorkHven Yorksevent3three
seventythree Hven Uaree years ago and entered en the thenaval thenaval thenaval
naval service hi 1 Mis He became a naval navalconstructor navalconstructor al aleon
eon constructor truetor in tttt i ajpd pd retired thESe years yearslater yfanlater yearstoter
later At the time of the th Spanish war warbe warbe warhe
be returned to the theuavy navy and did active activeduty acUc4uty activeduty
duty for two years yearsBOHR JeUSBOHR yearsBOBR
BOHR PRISONERS PIUSO S REEHASHD REEHASHDIsland RBLBASBDbland BBIBASBDIsland
Island of St Helena June 27 27Tbe The first firstconsignment tirgtcom firstconsignment
com consignment pmt > ut of Boer prisoners numbering numbering47s
47s fj 4 men sailed from here yesterday e terdav for forSouth forSouth forSewth
South Africa After t taking < the oath of ofallcglanoc ofaIlPgfan ofallg1ane
allcglanoc to GretH rent Britain the < prlson pr1 prioner prionermarched on rR rRmariheil rgn1iUeh11
marched to the boats boa singing the na national national national ¬
tional anthem anthemJc
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ticallyVbeen f fand tand decki he Indian Indianoe 1ndiaiiand
and colonial 1 1viewed tf tfViewed tig be oe re rebehalf noylewed
Viewed jwxt next eXt T Tthe T Tthe e i1e457 by
the Prfece and andttIe of s on onmI
ttIe mI TT Xe Xedi
ua di tile thebehalf 11 vn vnbehalt
behalf of the king as she sh did recently recentlyat r ept1 ept1at
at Aldershot AldershotThis AldereliotThis bot botThis
This idea was warmly advocated by
the colonial premiers In London and andIt aidIt
It has been en approved by Joseph Cham Chamberlain Chamherlain Chamberinin ¬
berlain the colonial secretary secretar It is isalso fiJallilO isIso
also Iso likely that as soon soonra5 as his majesty
is pronounced to be out of danger Lon London London Lolldo ¬
don do will indulge indul e in a general illumina illumination n1u illumnlnation nlna nlnation ¬
tion Very few of the illumination de devices devices tievIces ¬
vices have been disturbed dlsturbedtbeh their own owners ownens ownera ¬
ers awaiting the decision of the Prince Princeof princej
of Wales in the matter The prince princehas prancebas princehas
has not yet yetordered ordered the removal of oftk oftkdevices ots otsdevices foe foedevices
devices from the Marlborough ftouafe ftouafeIt ijou ijouIt IusiIt
It i i not possible > that tpat the abandonment abandonmentof t tof
of the naval reviewset review set for June 28 28will Sw111be 8 8will
will w111be be reconsidered in the he interests Int ests of ofthe b bthe nfthe
the colonial anH Indian visitors who whoare whore whoare
are re greatly disappointed at missing the thesight thesight thesight
sight The other entertainments for forthe forthe forthe
the nations colonial col nla1 and Indian guests guestsare guestsare guestsare
are also being arranged Thus If there thereis thereIs thereis
is no setback in his majestys progress progressthere progre progrethere prugresethere
there will be a partial p rUal revival of the theinterrupted tbeiriterrupted theInterrupted
interrupted festivities festivitiesThe festIyltiesThe festivitiesThe
The Times says this morning
The king remains recumbent he hetakes hetakes hetakes
takes with comfort the nourishment nourishmentappropriate noudshmentapprolrlate nourishmentappropriate
appropriate to his condition and keeps keepsbright keepsbright
bright brl bt and cheerful in spite of the theIrksomeneas theIrksomene theIrksomeness
Irksomeness of his enforced inactivity
Some of his medical advisers are al always aP aPWYS a1ways ¬
ways in attendance There is happily happilygood happilygood
good reason for hoping that his majesty majestywill majestyw1l1 majestywill
will make a a complete and speedy re recovery recovery reCOvery ¬
coveryIn covery
In an n editorial article the the8u Times Timessuggests Imes Imessuggests
suggests 8u ests utilizing the return of Lord LordKitchener LordKitcbecer LordKitcherer
Kitchener to England about July Jutia Jul2 Jul2a JS as asa
a suitable occasion to organise orsanl8eSo orsanl8eSokind some somekind acme acmekind
kind of ceremonial In which whichQUOM Quefen Que1mexandn Al Alexandra Mexandma ¬
exandra and the Prince and Princess Princessof Pntnc Pntncof
of Wales might participate to express expressthe ecpreesthe reM reMthe
the national feeling of thankfulness thankfulnessover
over the kings recovery recoveryA
A relaxation of the tension ten lon and andanx anx ¬
iety concerning the king Is oyerywftere oyerywfterenoticeable ovei7wbenoticeabl overywlesenOticeabI
noticeable The Cunard line steamer steamerCampania steamerCampania steamerCampania
Campania which left New YorkJune Yorl YovIJunel June
21 l and which arrived at Queenatown Queenatowntoday Queen Queenstowntoday town towntoday
today reports that UJ t the news Dewsf DewsfKing of ofKing qfKing
King Edwards illness which was wastransmitted Wu Wutransmitted wantransmitted
transmitted to her by the Mar Marconi Marcold Mrcoal ¬
cold system sy tem of wireless teiag teiagraphy tel telraphy tn4e tn4eraphy
> raphy from the Cunard liner linerSsco Saxente SaxenteMEXICO SaxoniaMEXICO t
MEXICO ACCEPTS ACCEPTSPOPES ACCEPTSPOPES ACEPTSPOPE1S
POPES PROPOSAL PROPOSALBorne
Borne June 27 27R R Sanz de Sampef Sampefthe Sam SamUte SampoU
the U member of the popes household householdwho heufleholdwho heusohohiWho
who was sent to Mexico three months monthsago monthgo monthsago
ago with instructions to endeavor tmd vor to toreestablish toreestabJt8h toreestablish
reestablish diplomatic relations relatiouJte relatiouJtetween be between betweeti ¬
tween that republic and andtbefatJ andtbefatJrepen1a theVatican theVaticanreporte the thereports
reports that he ha hat 1t been successful ht hthis f1i 1this
his mission missionVISITS mJuIonVISITS missionVISITS
VISITS HIS ALMAMATER ALMAMATERSenator ALMA MATER MATERSenator
Senator Dubois of Idaho Attends AttendsMeeting AttendsHeeting i iMeeting
Meeting of Hte R Glass GlassSpecial C1asdpedal f fJJpedal
Special to The Herald HeraldWuhlngton Bera1dWashington HeraldWashington
Washington June 27 27Senatqr 27Senatorhots Senator XHfa XHfabets
bets bot returned today from New Haven H HtPtwhere Havenwhere y pwhere
where he presided at the th reunion of ofhis ofhi ofhis
his graduating class He will go goabout west westabout wng wngabout
about the mWdle of July JulyCONSULT JulyCONSULT JulyCONSULT
CONSULT ROOSEVELT ON ONPUTUBE ONPUTUPE ONPUTUB1E
PUTUBE CAMPAIGN M MWashington MATT1ms MATT1msWuhldgton AT ATWashington
Washington June 27 T President PresidentRoosevelt P PresidentRoosevelt aideDt aideDtRoosevelt
Roosevelt today had among his callers callerslea callersIIDdit callersHamilton
lea Hamilton n Miller president pr prss4d prss4d11am idewtlWt idewtlWtHam T Tllam
Ham D Rohrer secretary and Jajn James JamesSheridan d dSheridan
Sberi Sheridan all of Chicago and nd mente t1l t1lof mesiberof n nof
of the National Republican league 1eAg of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United UJ ted States They conferred conferredwith eoafeneclwith conferredwith
with him briefly regarding the national nationalconvention natkmalconvention nationalconventIon
convention of the league to be held heldthis herdthis hedthis
this autumn at a place yet to be de decided decided tiecided ¬
cided upon as well as regarding the thework thework thework
work to be donefn done fn connection connectionwtth with the thecoming thecoming thecoming
coming campaign The president will willbe willI 111 111I
I be seen again later in the day Al Although Although ¬
though the convention probably will III be beheld beheld beheld
held in the west some time In August AugustPhiladelphia AugustPhiladelphia UIu t tPhiltdeJphia
Philadelphia is making a strong bid bidto btdto bidto
to have it held there therec
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WANT STRAIGHT DEAL DEALJorgan DEALMorgan
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Morgan Asks Thorough Thoroughlnvesti ThoroughlnvestiMade Investi Investigation Investigation ¬
gation Made Before Negotiat Negotiating
ing With Wit Panama Company CompanyWashington CompanyWublngton CompanyWashington
Washington June 27 1Se iSenstor Senator l Mor Morgan Mqgun ¬
gun 8 11 chairman of the senate committee committeeon
on interoceaaic canals today intro introduced introduced introduced ¬
duced a resolution 18 in the senate au authorizing authorizing anthoniziug ¬
thorizing his committee eommit to make an in investigation myestigatloll investigation ¬
vestigation into the j intentions tenUo 8 of the theshareholders theabareholAers theharehol4iers
shareholders harehol4iers of the Panama Pan Canal Canalooutesd Canalootnonrbjid nal naloompatae
ooutesd oompatae jrend 4 the prospect t o of oftitsia oftitsiairing thefars JI8 JI8eitrtng r renring
enring Benefits beetsfrom from the pale flIeQf flIeQfnal ral of MM MMt bustanal
t tanal nal franchises to the United States Statesby StatesJy StatenbY
by combinations etc Sonators Hanna Hannaand Hannaaad liannaand
and Quay made objections to the con consideration consideration consideratlon ¬
sideration of the resolution re5 res lulion and it itwent itvent itvent
vent over until tomorrow tomorrowFollowing torn tomorrowFollowing rrow rrowFollowing
Following is the text of the resolu resolution reso1u reso1ution resolution ¬
tion tionUnder tionUnderth
Under Underth th the authority and powers powersconferred powersconferred powersconferred
conferred upon the committee on inter interoceanic interoceanle interoceanic
oceanic canals it is referred to said saidcommittee saidcommittee saidcommittee
committee to investigate and report reportwhether reportwhether reportwhether
whether any claims exist In favor of ofcitizens ifcIUzens ofctlzens
citizens of the United States who are areIjond areqond are1ond
Ijond holders shareholders or creditors creditorsof
of the new Panama Canal company companyor
or the former Panama Canal company companyand companyand companyand
and to this end the chairman of said saidcommittee xidcommittee saidcommittee
committee is authorized in addition to tothe tothe tothe
the other powers conferred upon the thecommittee thec theedmznltte
committee c mmltt to publish a request that thatttye thatt1e thatt
ttye t e holders of such bonds stocks or ordemands ordemands ordemands
demands will present statements of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their claims to the committee committeeAnd committeeAnd committeeAnd
And it is also referred to said com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee to ascertain and report to the thesenate tbeIEDate thesenate
senate whether any an unlawful or cor corrupt corrupt coriupt ¬
rupt efforts practices practi es or combinations combinationsKilit combinationsJt
Kilit iat Jt on the part p of any persons pe ns or orcorporations orcorporatlons orcorporations
corporations to obtain any part of the thesum the8um thesum
sum that may ma be applied to the pur purI purchue purhase
I chase of the property > belonging belon ng to the thenew thenew theflew
new Panama Canal company c mpan by b the theUnited theUnited theIrnited
United States under the authority of ofI orny ofany
I any ny act of congress congressJEALOUSY congressJEALOUSY congressJEALOUSY
JEALOUSY CAUSES CAUSESANOTHER CAUSESANOTHER CAUSESANOTHER
ANOTHER TRAGEDY
+ Boise Bot e Ida June JuneiA 27 A double doublek +
0 k tragedy trag y occurred at Pearl twen twenty twenty +
4 + ty miles from Boise at 3 oclock oclockthis oclockthis + f ff
+ f this afternoon William P Kis Kisf Killsinger + 4singer
+ f singer of Eugene Eu tDeOre Ore phot shot and aBclkilled andkilled +
+ killed Mrs William Garner and andthen andthen andthen +
+ then killed himself Pictures of off ofthe ofthe +
+ f the woman were found on the man man4and I titan Mlnand titan4and +
+ 4and and a lock of hair supposed tobe tobef tobehe tobehers +
+ hers he The theory Is that they theywere theywere +
+ were former fOlmerlovers lovers A AOUDg young wo woman weJuan +
4 + man man named Alice Foster heard heardwhat + f fwhat I Iwbat
+ what passed pa between the two and andsaw + 4saw I
+ saw the tl shooting She was in an anf aDotJKor another +
+ f other room when Kissinger < er en Pftteredo + 4tered
+ f tered and heard some expression expM expressionof sJon sJonof +
4 + of surprise on the part of Mrs 1tIrGarner MrsGarner + f
+ Garner She then started to pass passthrough 4 4through f
4 + through the room when she aRei saw sawf +
4 f Kissinger i lngtT grasp airs Garner in Inhis +
4 + his arms ar and as he held her draw drawf dnLWplsto +
4 f a pistoKand plsto nel shobr shoorher her behind the theear theear +
+ ear Then he shot himself hlrn elt through Uwourhthe + f
+ the head beadMr headMr 4 +
4 + Mr and Mrs Garner were ere mar married marned +
+ ried here in February last Mr MrGarner + 4Garner
4 + Garner has long been a resident of ofthis f fthis +
+ this section Mrs Garner who whowas 4 4 4was
4 + was Ada Horn came from fr m Oregon OregonHer OregonHer +
+ Her parents reside at Pilot Rock Rocknetlr 4
4 4 near Pendleton PendletonTESfIMONYIN 4 4TESTIMONY 4 4TESTIMONYIN
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
TESTIMONY IN LAND CASES CASESAffidavits CASESAfild CASESAdavnte
Affidavits Afild vits in Such Cases Can Be BeHade BeHade BeMade
Hade Before Deputies DeputiesSpecial DeputiMSpecial DeputiescSnecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington d dW
Washington W ton June 37 7cbairmaJ 7cbairmaJLacey TChafrmawLacey Chairman ChairmanLacey
Lacey of the house public lands com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee today introduced a bin provld providing provldlag provldlug ¬
lag that affidavits in the public land landcasee landmay landcases
cases may be made before deputy deputJcletcs deputycletks
decks of courts of record Persons Per on tes testifying testifying teatifying ¬
tifying falsely fl ely in land I D4 cases shall be bedeemed 1tedeemed bedeemed
deemed guilty ilty of perjury and punish punishment punishment punishmeat ¬
ment inflicted ir in accordance with Unit United United UnitOil ¬
ed States statutes statutesATCHJSON statutesATCHISON ta1ntesATCHISON
ATCHISON HAS ST7RRENDEBBD ST7RRENDEBBDSanta
Santa Sant Fe N N M June 27WUliam 7WllliamW 7WllliamWAtchiaon W WAtchisou WAtchison
Atchison the t San Pedro saloon keeper keeperwho keeJftwho keeperwho
who murdered James J mes OMeara of Des DesMoine DesoLee DesMotaei
Moine oLee la and William Thayer of ofSanta ofSant ofSanta
Santa Fe I e by shooting shoot at them from am ambush aJUbUM ambush ¬
bush and who has ha kept the pursuing pursuingposse punalBgposse pursuingposse
posse and bloodhounds at bay y for two twoweeks twoWfeka twoweeks
weeks surrendered today to Cicero CiceroWHdner CktroWtldlMr CiceroWeidner
WHdner city marshal of Santa Fe and andDeputy andDeputy andDeputy
Deputy Sheriff yf H Dick DickBICHAUDS Dicka DickRICHARDS DickRICHARDS
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RICHARDS GRANTED PENSION PENSIONSpecial PENSIONS PENSIONSpecial
Special S i l to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldYashingto1 HeraldWashingto
Washington June 27 27A A pension pen ion has hasbeen hagen ha habeen
been en granted M r B Ilichards of Boise Boiseof Boi Boiseof e eof
of 12 per month m nth
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PRESIDENT WILL WILLPARDON WILLPARDONPHILIPPINE
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PHILIPPINE PRISONEk PRISONERS PRISONERSWill
k O rpflama on Will Probably Be Is Issued sk ed on ont onsk
i 3 t the IIel F Fourth our th 0 of f JYI July JulyWiEI iU iUAgU1n
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AgU1n r wiu l ea IIQ Cri minals wil N Not ot Be BeFedR rie t ti
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TTTASHINcITON WASHINGTON June 27 1At At the theyy tbemeet theV
W V yy V meeting meet of the cabinet blnet today to the theterms theterm thetennis
terms ofan UlUl1nestJ amnesty proclama proclamation ¬
tion tOe to Philippines Iaes which it is con contewBJa4ed coateIIa contsrnd
tewBJa4ed teIIa to t issuj j 1sa on the Fourth of ofJuly ofJly ofJiy
July were agreed upon The war de department departnteftt6r dopartiwent4i ¬
partment partnteftt6r me some > time past has ha had hadunder hadunder hadunder
under adyjfement dye Wnt t the draft of the theproclamlsT8 thepr theprocIamoWbMh5
proclamlsT8 pr procIamoWbMh5 Jamihu rh found DudU It neces necessary nece1MLIY neceSsar3 ¬
sary to niaik JWIIIk a numeer iumbar of changes in inIts inIts InItstext
Its Itstext ItstextIn text textDi I IIn
In its modified form it was agreed agreedto a d dto
to by the cabinet today and Secretary SecretaryRoot SecretaryHoot
Root wjll w1 01 cable a le it to Acting < Governor GovernorWright GovernorWright GovernorWright
Wright Nrhia f his Inspection If it meets meetsthe meetsthe meetsthe
the tetters approval apam nothing will re remain N NInba remain ¬
main but z for the th pldlMlt pr io > nt if the Phil1J PhilIpnagovernrnontbIIl Phil Philippinegovernment ¬
1J ippinegovernment ne ftratblU WU is a law OB o that thatday thatsa I
day as it is now expected it will be beto beto beto
to isjue i ie pa Independence day a formal formalproclamation frJaIproc1smatfoJ forfialproclamation
proclamation setting forth terms of of4tttnety ofy oftupety
4tttnety y for aft H jMtftOcal tleat offenders enders ders in inthe inthe inthe
the Wands inclndlns ia Agnjhaldo and andthose andtho andthose
those held Id at atproc1amut Guftm GuftmThe GI GIThe
The procUunatlss is based the thegeaeijal thesew thegenea1
sew object ot o t te e Pi ilipp p ppe e gov goveftfm gove govimhnt
eftfm e D1 imhnt nt bill namely na 17 to to restore ft6t ft6tLIt peace peacein
in Ia the archipelago and substitute sub tffiJt a acivil aefvll aetYll
civil for military administration That Thatbtil ThatbU Thatbill
bill is J8now now in conference and the proc proclamation procl prociauatIon ¬
lamation l tIon will ill not be issued until the thePhilippine thePJtWppipe thePhtlippfpe
Philippine government httl bItl1Ia haa been beenagreed beentC1 beenaI
agreed aI tC1 ° sd upon by b both houses bo and aD the thepresident thepte thepes1det
president pte ldt has alftxed his signature t tft ta taiL inLL
ft iL
ftThe The proclaftiation IOCla tmn will declare that thattate a astate autah
state utah of peace now exists in the Phil Ph8tPPfpe PhilIppftpe
1 ippine islands tslan save ve in the part of the thearchipelago thercIItpehKOwre theflrcldpelago
archipelago rcIItpehKOwre where the Mindanao Ml danao or orpagan orpagan
pagan tribes tJi are giving viug the Un VntOdStates Jnjfted JnjftedStates d
States Stat a great amount of trouble and andwill aB4will andwill
will declare dedarela In effect that with trans t tfer traflefet transfer ¬
fer of the government of the tileo archtoelh archtoelhago archlp archlpago
ago o from a military to a civil status aO aOthose IIthGM alltboe
those arrested and held for potttteal pottttealoffenses po1tdca1oICe politicaloten
offenses oICe oten shall be restored to liberty libertyASKS UbertyASKS ljbertyASKS
ASKS GOVERNMENT Alt AltSenator AI AISenator AiDSenator
Senator Clark Requests Presi PresiAfter Pre PreidenttoSeri4 i id
d denttoSeri4 nttG > SernJ ReS l gp r rAfter
AfterLost After Lost Vessels VesselsSpecial VesselsSpecial v vSpecial >
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashlngt
Washington u June 27 iSenator Senator Clark Clarkof ClarkoContan Clarkof I
of oContan Montana has requested President PresidentRoosevelt PresidentR008cveit PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt to send a revenue cutter in inaid inaid inaid
aid of the whaling vessels Portland Portlandand Portlandand Portlandand
and Jeannie carried by ice pack into intothe intothe Intothe
the Arctic ocean On the vessels vesselsnamed vetl8ellnamed vesselsnamed
named are three residents re of Butte J JM JM JM
M Hall and Mr and Mrs Lay It is isexpected isexpected Inexpected
expected the government will m send a arescuing arescuing arescuing
rescuing vessel vesselMAY vesselMAY vesselS vesselMAY
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MAY STRIP COLORADO COLORADOOF
OF ALL HER TIMBER TIMBERDenver TIMBERDener TIMBERDenver
Denver Colo Cob June J 27 7Not Not in many manyyears manyYersJi manyyers
years YersJi baa Colorado CoI been visited vl by bJmany s smany so somany
many disastrous forest fires as this thissummer thisIiUmmer thissummer
summer Half a dosen big fires are arenow arenow arenow
now raging and numerous smaller ones onesthreaten Oneilthreaten onesthreaten
threaten to denude the state of o timber timberif II IIif
if means cannot be found to check checkthem checkthem checkthem
them Register Retl ter Joyce sent out four of ofhis ofhl6 ofhhi
his inspector i during clurl the past few days daysto daysto daysto
to battle bttJe1th with the fires and has issued issueda i
a general appeal to peace officers to toreader torelCler torender
reader all the assistance Ifltance in their power powerto
to stay the flames flamesA AamesA
A great fire is sweeping along the theMedicine theMedicine theMedicine
Medicine Bow range e in Wyonjlng and andwill andwill
will 111 soon reach Colorado if not checked checkedSome chedtedSome chockedSome
Some of the finest timber in in the t e state stateis stteIs statein
is in the path of this fire A number nu ber
of fires are known to < ry ryorigin
origin orig1uS
oriBillNO
S NO COMPROMISE YET YETPeoples YETPeoples YETPeoples
Peoples Party p ty of Idaho Is Still Un TTaahla UnhIe
ahla to Get Together TogetherBoise ToretherBotee TogetherBoise
Boise Ida Ida June e 27 iThe The Peoples Peoplesparty Peopleparty Peoplespatty
party statCj Iltate oentral committee has been beenin bee beelu beenin
in session here today J and tonight aft after after ft ften ¬
er a hitter Wtt r contest the state cenventio cenventiowas ce veatiollwa
was wa called to meet in Boise on Sept
10 The contest cont t was between the fu fustonists fusionlsta fusiunhsts
stonists and the th middleoftheroad mi ele element element dcmont ¬
ment The former wished to have the theconventino theconventlno theconventino
conventino called to meet at Pocatello PocateHoat
at the same time as the Democratic Democraticstate Democraticstatt Democraticstate
state convention but they were over overruled overruled overruled ¬
ruled The unionists claim they tlleywll tlleywllhOld will willhold pft pft1old
hold a convention at Pocatello This Thisis Ttdsi ThisIs
is a second second split Ut in the party At a ameeting ameet ameeting
meeting meet of the committee in February Februarylast FebruaryJut Februarylast
last one section ectlMt split off and recently recentlycoalesced recentlycoa1e8eed recentlycoalesced
coalesced with wlt1tt the e Democrats t At that thattime thattime thattime
time Chairman Andrews was instruct instructed ¬
ed by By hfc section of the committee to tocall toU toc1l
call U the convention Hecalled another anothermeeting anotbermeeU anothertusePug
meeting meeU for today with the result resultstated result8tated resultstated
stated 8tatedTWO
TWO SUICIDES AT SEA SEAVictoria SEAVictoria SEAVictoria
Victoria B C June 27 7Two Two trage tragedies trapdiesar tragedies ¬
dies diesar arc ar reported tifrr b the steamer Queen Queengfcty eeauy Queencity
city which returned Je ed today On the theschooner thebner theschooner
schooner Arietis 4nsetlss a white1 white1sealer whit sealer whose whosename whosename e eJSILIDe
name was w not learned cut his throat throatand thnMLtanel throatand
and bled to death in five minutes mlnu On Onthe Ontile Onthe
the schooner Araoka one of her hIi white whitsealers whiteealera whitescalers
sealers shot ahneeif and drop ed over overboard overMard overboard
board Efforts wen we made to pick hi hiup him himDp hintup
up but without avail he having di diappeared din dtsappello1ed dinappeared
appeared before a boat could be got gotten gotten gotten
ten to the scene
f fgranted
granted full amnesty and allowed to toparticipate toparticipate toparticipate
participate in in5 in5the the civil government governmentthat enu ent t 1 1that 1 1that
that is to he b established ltabl18heclID in the islands islandsWhite islandsWIlDe IslandsWall
White the proclamation i Is subject to tochanges tochances tochanges
changes in text the general language languageof
of the document la pretty well mapped mappedout mappedout S Sout
out outThere There was was a general discussion today todayof I Iot aof
of the t e treatment that should be ac accorded aecorded accorded ¬
corded the political prisoners of the theislands thei8tands theIslands >
islands There is i no intention intontl D it is issaid Issaid Issaid
said to release prisoners convicted < of ofother ofoilier r rotber
other than political offenses offln the bene benefits t I Iftt Itfits
fits of the amnesty being Ing lmlted to tothose tothose I Ini08f
those in lacu iacustody custody tody as 8 a result of broaches broachesof It Itof C Cof
of military law leaving I criminal of offenders otfenden offenders ¬
fenders to the actiQn of the th proper au authorities authonities ¬ i ithorltte
thorities under the coming civil gov government ¬ e ee eThe eernment
ernment ernmentThe e eThe
The purpose is to demonstrate that thatmotives t at t tmotives tmotives
motives of humanity and generosity generositydictate generositytate generositydictate
dictate tate our course toward the Phil PhlUippines Pbilippi PhilIppies
ippines ippi Whtn hen the inlands are turned turnedover turnedoyer turnedover
over to the civil ivl authorities they will willnot willDel ill illDOt
not be left without adequate military militaryprotection militaryprvtectlon militaryiutection
protection as no more troops will be beordered beanlercd beordered
ordered home for the present prf > sent and ev evey cvy i iprecaution
ey y precaution will be taken ta en for the themilitary r rUi 4 4nditry
military Ui Y safeguarding of the islands islandsfer islandst
fer t er the new civil administration administrationAnother admlni8trationAMtber administrationApather
Another subject under consideration considerationat M Mat
at the cabinet meeting today was as the thenegotiations thenegotlatipns 1 1nepUatItns
negotiations for the purchase of the thefriars tbefriars theMars
friars lands in the Philippines Secre Secretary Secretory ¬ t c ctel
tel Root took with him to the meet meetisjg meetlag q qall
lag all the correspondence which whichpassed whichpa whichpassed
passed pa between betw n himself > lf and Gov Govr 1 1Taft
S r Taft while the latter latt r has been beening beenII beeny1ng
y1ng ing II on his negotiations at Rome RomeStBJ I I Ift
StBJ ft is understoodthat understood that Secretary Root Rootite c cevery efeeai
feeai ite every confidence in a successful successfultcome successfulitcome t
tcome of Gojirernor Tafts efforts effortsThe effortsThe X
The cabinet took up the question que tlon of ofanting ofmining II IImin
mining min the naval vessels Vet S lsprovlded provided for forEthe 0 0ta alU
ta the naval val appropriation bill and it itstated itstated itg
Ethe tt g stated a decision was reached rea hed on onat f A
tiat at matter atter but it was u decided not toake to totake tomake
make take the names public Plbl until the Tee vegsels yessels 0 0Is
sels Is are actually act authorised authorisedIRGAN autb4trilledijgGAN
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Kansas City June 27 37The The Star Starsays starMYS Starsays
says All the big b coal mines in Mis Missouri Mlssouri MIssend ¬
souri are to be absorbed by a a syndi syndicate syndicate syndicatecontrol1edbyJPMorganaccord ¬
cate catecontrol1edbyJPMorganaccord catecontrol1edbyJPMorganaccordlug controlled by J P Morgan accord accordnig accordto
lug to R G Raumbauer of Kirksville KirksvilleMo
Mo a coal operator operatorThe operatorThe operatorThe
The Missouri Xl8 operators have had so somuch 80JDuch somuch
much trouble with labor unions and andwith 1 1with Cwith
with railroads that funny good mines minescan minescan minescan
can be brought for reasonable prices pricessaid pricessaid pricessaid
said Mr Raumbauer RaumbauerHe Rau Jbauer 0 0He
He also asserted that the phut JIo tlaa to toconsolidate toconsolidate J Jcon
consolidate con Missouri mines by easta mstsisl mstsislcapitalists I Icapltal18ts t tcapitalists
capitalists was only part of a plan to toform 0 0torm 0form
form a trust to control the coal coaIoatpd coaIoatpdof output outputof
of the United States StatesVATICAN StatesVATICAN I
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VATICAN AFTER THE MONEY MONEYLondon MONEYLondon
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London Frees Says That yrWiiiilsh yrWiiiilshIs Pr4sedaiIs d t tIs
Is 3fot the Only Consideration OonsidanttionLondon OeuideratiMiLondon ConsiderationT ConsiderationLondon T
London June 27 3iTtae The Rome cores correspondent e ftepondent ¬ C Cspondent
spondent of the Times referring to lOtIM lOtIMpurpose thepurpose the thepurpose
purpose of the presence pre eaee there of tUam Wtt Wttliam ii iiJiani
liam H Taft civil governor yeiuor f 1Philippine fPhilippine t tPhilippine
Philippine islands a says in a c eh cesunii jj jjcation j jcation f n ncatton
cation dated June IS 1 11The = 1 1The p pThe
The Vatican is anxious not o T Tbe esf esfbe 4jp 4jpbe
be on good terms with the WasMBlEeafk WasMBlEeafkgovernment W Wgovernment 111I 111Igovernment
government but also to obtain tie tiecompensation tOPcompensation 1 1compen
compensation compen ation which Judge Taft is 1dentood wt wtderstood andetained
detained to offer for the dispossess dispossessof dlsJ disposaUILof D Lr HI Ira Iraof
of the monks in the Philippines PhWppinesBut c cBut
But as such dispossession dlspo ee lon involvES involvedsome 4 4BOrne 4 4some
some loss of prestige the Vatican is isobliged Isobliged t tobUged
obliged to act cautiously in appearing appearingto
to sanction such S1JC a precedent precedentIt
It is not difficult to predict con continues contbn1e8 continues ¬
tinues the correspondent that before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the negotiations are ended Washington Washingtonmay
may find itself obliged to temper the thespirit thespirit r rspirit
spirit if not the letter of some of Its Itsprinciples It Itspdncipls II IIpriDclphs
principles by inserting in an eventual eventualagreement eventualagreement r rment
agreement ment some clause e susceptible ble of ofcoercive ofcOerctve e eC
coercive C use should the religious orders ordersor
or the Vatican attempt to elude their theirengagements e eellp eengagements
engagements engagementsANOTHER ellp engagementsANOTHER ats atsANOTHER <
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ANOTHER GALVESTON GALV TOH STORM STORMSouthern STORMSouthern l lSouthern
Southern Texas Towns Again AgabtFrom Softer lufferProia SofterProm
Prom Terrific Gala GalaDallas GalLDallas Ga1 Ga1Dallas
Dallas Tex June 27 27Tbere 27TberebI There was washigh r rhigh
high bI h wind and water at Galveston Galveatonall Galvestonal1la
all al1la last night and today toda and wire con connection conneetwn connection ¬
nection with that city was lost at 12 12oclock 12oclock 12ociock
oclock At noon reports from Grand GrandSaline GrandSaline GrandSaline
Saline stated a heavy gale prevails prevailsCommunication preyaUsCommunication prevailsCommunication
Communication with Galveston G1vf8tonreestablisbed was wasreestablished wasreestablished
reestablished via the Postal Telegraph Telegraphcompany TelesraphLOmpIW Telegraphcompany
company at 2 oclock ItIs learned that thatthere ibatthere S Sthere
there has been a severe storm with withconsiderable withcon withconsiderable
considerable con property damage both at atHouston atBot S 5 5Houstpn
Houston n andat and at Galveston Galv to but so far faraa r ras ras
as known no loss of life lifeHeavy lifeHieavy i
Heavy rain is falling falllD from Dallas to tothe tothe tothe
the gulf gulfTBREITOKY u1f S
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Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington June 27 7The The senate to today today ¬ I Iday
day adopted a resolution authorizing authorizingthe 1 1tbe 1 1the
the committee on territories territori sit dur during durlug ¬
i
lug recess to consider the pMdiug d1Dg bills billsfor bUl billsfor i
for the admission of the territories t torle to totltatebood tostatehood
1 statehood The committee is authorized authorisedto 0 0to
to end for papers and persons j
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MAY APPOINT ARBITRATION BOARD
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4 lXIASHIlfGTON ASHIHOTON J June 27 roThe The labor commiitee tee of the bou house today teda per + 4 4V i
+ Vy V fected and ordered a favorable report on the bill empowering the thepresident thesi + I
si president p nt to appoint federal arbitration n boards to investigate and anddjust + I
4 4 adjust strikes lockouts etc which bich are areol are of such magnitude as to affect a4ecttatentate 4 4Interstate +
+ interstate commerce +
4 4 The membership of the board was reduced to five members three to tof + s i ibe I
4 + f be appointed by the president pr sidf > nt and one each f by the parties to a labor eon coitroversy + c ctroeny
4 + troversy The duties of the board are ar to investigate and report the facts f8 t8 + I Itbe Ithe
4 + the idea being ltel c that t publicity pu ty of the actual facts will do much to compel compelf +
4 f an adjustment adjustmentf adjustmentPurthermore adjustmentFurthermore +
+ f Furthermore provision is made that the contending < parties may sub submit + c
+ mtt their case to the board of arbitration for final decision but this is isnot + lt ltnot L Lnot
+ not compulsory The bill will be reported at once but it is too late in the theSFSJOn thesession + I
4 + session to expect final action + t lt
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