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IS THE PAPER OF TO WEATHER FORECAST
DAY THE MORNING taithur THE INDICATIONS ARE THAT THE 4
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OGDEN CITY UTAH FRIDAY EVENING JULy29
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Much Damage Done
to Property
Chicago July 29 An explosion1
which was hoard for miles occurred
last night at Twentyfirst and Canal
± atroots partl > wrecking the front of
the plant of the Louis Hull Box com
dilY r Breaking hundreds of windows
neighborhood and causing lei
o scororof families Peter WIN
s1 eJll nvirtvnTnan empluxed at tho
t gtft pkvnt nafrowly escaped losing
1IIM lifp
A conduit cover across the street
4 from the building it wjip lound had
oftn blown Into a dozen nfcos and
IJjljpJgavo rise to the belief that tho
explosion was due to a bomb place
en the cover Recently tub Cosmopol
Itan Klectrlc company had been bar
ing trouble with its linemen it is
said and persons in the neighbor
hood expressed the belief that a bomb
had boon net off to damage tho wires
of the electric company
Ernest J Jflesladl city collect
01 who IB president of the Louis HuLL
company was one of those who at
tributed the damage to a bomb The I I
damage amounts to about 10000 I
SPUATI
fARMERS I I I
FARMRSI
Had Intended to Blow I
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Up a Dam with
Dynamite
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Imperial Cal July 2f1As a rosuli
OJ HIP desperate irrigation situation I
of tho Imperial Valley which threat
vns the destruction of n million and
u half dollars worlh dj crops by
drouth drastic methdds came near
iCing resorted to last night by resi
dents of the valley A number nf
raon rrylng a Jnrgoquaniityof
l namite made a quick run down the
TJCJ intending to blow up the dam I
of the CaliforniaMexico Land Cat I
110 company which company has been I
accused of diverting the Minply 01 i
uatei from the valley j
It was found however that the com
janj was using only water which It I
vas entitled to and the party re
turned to the valley without makIng
an attempt at destroying the dam
Feolnic continues to run high <
among the residents of the valley
and much criticism is directed against
the rrcolvar of the California Dev
cumont company for his alleged Inac
tlvit It Is this company which con I
I ok tlm irrigation system of the Im
lorlal valley I
Court proceedings in somo foim
are prcted today In an effort to re 1
I eve the situation
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SIGN TIPPING IS TOI
BE INVESII A TED I
Chicago July 29 President IJ B
Jrhnson of the American league will
havo an intcnlcw tomorrow wth
Manager Hugh Dufey of the Chicago
uiorlcins regarding the signtipping
SOl j which emanated from tiie Now
York American grounds
M am still convinced there is noth
ing to this yarn about time sgnals In
f fcd Prosldcnt Johnson yesterday
it tho charges said to have been
i biipeiod around the league must ho
rohCd laru for clean basoball first
hit and all the lime and the persons
u 10 have set up such claims must
1 ovo their assertions I havo asked
yanaser Duffey of the Chicago Amen
cns to appear In the leaqne headquar
irrs Saturday and If at the conclu
Iru of the Interview I feel warrant
r I In further pursuing my Investiga
t n I shall summon Ed Walsh the
jitchoi into the conference
A1MY WALLSCALING
CONTEST IS A RECORD
TaComa Wash Hly Company
I cf the Twentyfifth Infantry In corn
r
i t
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1 mand of Second
Lieutenant G C Law
I rason lost
night approached closely
to the fastest l11own time lor the
army wrjJl scaling contest bsending
Hi of ItS men and their equipment
over the
tcnfoot
obstacle ha
havin
1 them run fifty yards 1xyond fail
prone and flro
one shot each
ii3a iu
seconds The record for this
event Is said to be 3S seconds
The attendance reached 27000 Tho
I programs climax came when com
I Pitny P of the First battalion United
States huglueers erected a substan
tial wooden lnldgo across ail Imaci
I nary stream dnno it wagons and
I marched a company across the struc
I ture defended It against an Ininginnrv
1 attack and then dynamited it before
I time astonished eyes of the spectators
I Hion time smoko cleared away the
bridge was only a shapeless mass of I
splintered tlmbors
i WOMEN ARE
H APWNO MEN I
I
I In the Fight to Save I
Idaho Towns From
Destruction
Spokane July 29Neariy a hun I
dred men aro righting to save tho i
I thriving mining town of Vardner
Idaho The forest Ole has made Its I
way rapidly and only a mile ami a
half OL a heavily tlmberod hill inter I
venes i
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Dispatches from Wallace Idaho
soy that during the past two days the
heavy winds have wrought inconcelv I
I able damage to Umber and other
property in that district Women are
aiding the men In Ire fighting on I
I
Pine creek Mon are dropping at their
work exhausted and tho wives of the I
homostcodors are doing what they to
I check the flames
Jnmos Bettorton and family are re
I ported to have been living In a mine
tunnel for two days unable to venture
i out on account 01 the fire A search
Ing party will go there as soon as the
men can Lo spared
On Pine crock back filing Is helm
tripd to save some of the homestead i
ers timber
EXPORT rf AD3 OF i
Ul IrED STATES
t
wahingtooh1bIy 29 l DUf rnc 4
5r
oftho Unite Stutcs to South Am or I
ca and Africa during he last fiscal
yearsIncreased over the exports of
tho previous year while exports to
Europe niul Asia declined according I
to statistics furnished by the depart
ment of commerce and labor
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Tho increase In exports to North J
American countries over the preced f
ing year was 24 12 per cent the In
crease to Scjth America 22 per cent
and to Africa 9 per cent while to Eu
rope the decline was about 1 per
cent and to Asia and Oceania a little
more than 1 per cent
Detailed figures show the value of
1910 exports to South America to be
83250000 as compaicd with 7G
500000 in inOl to North America
SoSnoOOOOO In 1910 as compared with
J09500000 in 1909 to Africa 18
500000 as compare with 17000000
In 1909 to Europe 1130000000
against 1140750000 in 1909 and to
Asia and Oveanla 111750000 In 19JO
against 113000000 in thc preceding
year
The chief growth In the exports
the country It Is shown has been
with the near neighbors To Canada
the value of exports In 910 was 210
000000 as against J10lfiOO000 In
1909 to Mexico S5S000000 as against
19500 000 to Cuba 5o2750000 as
compared with 4000000 to Cell
tra America Jy2GO00 as against
25125000 to Yrogntlna S4V50000
as compared with SiSTGOOOO to Urn
iiI 227oO000 as against 17500000
JACK JOHNSON IS
TQ TOUR EUROPE
Chicago July 29Jack Johnson the
champion heavyweight pugilist will
return to Chicago on Tuesday next
and remain onl long enough to pack
hip belongings and thou will leave
this couutn for over a year Tho
champion will sail for London one
week from Monday where he is sched
uled to open a theatrical tour which
will run for forty weeks and which in
cludes ecry country In Europe Ho
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wjll not engage in a single light on tho
tour
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BASEBALL
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Murray
Surn1ay9 Jsily 81 I
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Game WfiEl Be CaEietf a1 300 jp r Sfiiarp II
I GENERAL ADMISSION 0 0 A t
GRAND STAND EXTRAS 0 4 L
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S = 5
1 l TILBOY
Is LJLRO
Though Dying Prom a
I Wound HeShields 1 I
His GirlFriend I
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Yonkers X Y July 29Dying of
a bullet womd In St Johns hospital
George Pelham six roan old has j
sturdily Insisted thai theInjury which
brought him there was selfinflicted 1
After a careful oxainlnatlon the hos
pital physicians announced however
that the course of the billet made It
Impossible that the boy could havo
shot himself
Someof the playmates were closely
questlohcd and the story was gotten
from thoui lie had been Jot they
said by a girl friend Mildred Baxter
aceu years old and rather than get
her Into trouble as he thought he de
termined to take the blame upon him
sol I I
Several of the children left alone
for tho afternoon had decided to play I
soldier and Georgeappointed himself
captain The others armed them L
solves with toy rifles and cap pistols
but Mildred could find no weapon so I
George went upstairs and got his
I fathers revolver for her >
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Its all right he said It Isnt
loaded
But when the command to fire was
given there was a flash and an ox I
plosion and the little captain fell with
a real bullet In his breast o J
UC1TNNO
N LAJUNTA
Starts a Fire and Injures
Half a Dozen
Persons I
La Junta Colo July 29 Lightning
which stiuck the opera house here
early today startod a Ore which de
stroyed that bulldlnK and t wOyUdJoiu b
mgstrifcliironK fcauou a pamf5amongj
throe score lodgers In the upper floors
of ho pierce block and tho Injury
of half a dozen persons one seriously I
For a tmo the whole city was
I threatened hut a delucc of rain which
followed i ho lightning enabled tho
I firemen to cnnfino the blaze to the
three buildings Loss about SO000
A FUNNY STORY
ENDS r ANS LIfE
New York Jill 29 Thomas Tal
lassen IB dead at his home in Drool
lyn because a funny story caused him
to laugh so heartily that be lost his
balance and fell from a railing on
which he was seated to the ground a
distance of fie foet His skull was
fractured and he died In a hospital
ten hours later
Tallassen was seated on the rail
ing of his veranda where a party of i
I friends had gathered to congratulate
him on the occasion of his Ihirtysec
land blithday They had been there I
j but a short time when a member of
I
j the partj told a funny story Tallas
i sen burst out laughing anti before i
any of the othors could roach him he
I had tumbled over Ho was hurried to
the hospital where he died without
regaining consciousness
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SET FIRE TO CtIUICii I
I TO DRIVE OUT BEES I I I
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I Tarry town N Y July IThe
j First Reform church here an edifice j
j which has figured considerably in i
j American literature and Revolution j
I amy annals will rcqulro 1000 worth j
I ol repairs as the result of a success
ful attempt yesterday lo drive out a
colony of bees which had made their
homo in the steeple 1
Two painters who were at work In I
the church found the been Their
blow lamp was brought out and Its
llarncs turned on the nest Tho church
I was set on fire hut after the fire de I
partment had worked hard for half an
hour the flames were extinguished
The damage is CRtimnlcd at 1000
I The painters accomplished their object
ject in pctUig rid of the peon but at
I a cost of about So a boo
I ALDRICHS NEW HOME
New Yrrk July 2P Senator el
I I W Aldrich has awarded con
tracts hoio for the erection of a coun
try home to cosi mote than S300UOO
I on his properly at Warwick Neck R
I it will bo n tiro0Siriry structure
I nearly J00 foot Jn ioiub and will be
of the oldfnshJonod country home
type Tho house will be built over
looking the water
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BEVERIDGE CALLS ON TEDDY
I NeW York July 29 United Slatos I
Senator Ucvorldjfp wris an Jparly caller I
I Soday nt CheRo ovclt 9 l yQS I
JACK SHERIDAN 13 t
I TO HAVE NEW DUTIES
ciiicitgo July p rpk Shordan
II the veteran ilinplve who recently re1
tired from active orlsVaiithoAui
erlcan lea1io slatf yesterday visited
Preslddnt Johnson to rccclvo Instruc
I tions for the now duties which will I
devolve upon Jiis shoulders aherll
L
i dan Is to hold forth In a now role
from now on accQriling to tho league
executive in the veteran will
servo us chlc pipiros and at the
3amo tlmo trac ound time country
In quest of new I promising talent
for utnpImiit
forTho arbVWHPiKn this league this
yeai has suffcrccPK1 ° BS of two of
ficials and Prs dept Johnson pro
poses to invest Shrrldan with the
power to hunt up now timber
FIGHT PICTURES TO BE
ALLOWED IN DETROIT
Detroit Mich Jul > 29Detroit will
not follow the lead of Chicago In Its
effort lo put the ban on the Jeffries
Johnson light pictures Police Com
mIssioner Croui announced yesterday
thai ho would offer no objection to
tho fight scones houg shown here
SORROW Of
LllTJ BOY I
Turned to 4 > y by the I
Act of a KiJndHeart
edJidge
ifr
Xew York 1 id j O13obble QUill
Ian 10 years olirastood trembling
before Judge Robert Carey In the
childrens court la tho Hudson cOlin
tj court house In Jersey City yesloi
day charged with die theft of two
lead sinkers Ills eyes wore swollen
and red from weeping for his little
r c iupanlons had told him he would be
Sftuffaway for a long torjn and would
liriveto break stone His feais how
ever went skyward when Judge
varev adjourned court and taxing
the youngster by the hand led him
over to a small shop just opposite
the court house whore fishing tackle
Is sold I
fil want you to gjyc this boy sain I
tit Judge the besflshlng outfit you
have In S this establ hmenL Chargo
It to me enihrilenl I
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MASS SAID ON AI
5 TB IN GOING EAST
Albuquerque N jr Juh 2SHC
William P Sullivan of St Maos
cathedral San Francisco created an i
ecclesiastical novcltj near here yes
torday whun he c ln ucQdmlLs on an I
custboiind Sant Ke train The ser t
Ire were attenHejl byn hundrcu I
Knights of ColucyjAi on route to j
rhlcago to Quojjcja clwas held in
one of lie cars wnfcTc fiUd beert labci
cd the Chapel car
N ATION ALIUARD
AT GOLUfi1BUS OHiO
Columbus 0 Juir29Genera1 Me
Macken commanding the 2000 troops I
of the Ohio National Guard bore In i
the street car strike will ge out no
Information regarding the disposition I
of the trobps and the plans to quell
further rioting In case troble breaks
out Tho plans of the military au I
thorities arc to be kept secret Hun
I dieds of citizens packed about tho j
i state house grounds today to watch I
the troops prepare for the days du J
I ties after cooking their breakfast
I No car will be run until after Gov
ernor Harmon airives from Michigan
at about 11 oclock and none maj be
Iun today or tonight There has been
I no trouble today
i WOR1D9S MARlfEfS
I I
BUOYANT CONDITION OF
THE STOCK MARKET
Now York July 29Iiuc stock mal i
I et opened today with anothur buoy j
ant advance in all directions Stocks
Immediate nfl ecteil with the Pear
son syndicate which became known I
yiStenlay led tho idvance Mis I
souri Pacific jumped 2 12 Rock Is i
land and Wabash D and fL G 1 12
and Southern Pacific 1 1S Union Pa
clllc St Paul and Amalgamated Cop I
ier l
There wore besides many substan
tial fractional gains Canadian Pa
chic and Groat NorjLhcrn pfd moved
contrary to tho general trend the
former losing 1 1S and the latter
34 I
The disposition to take profits on
advances hold the market in re II
straint I
Belief that lite settlement of time I
larson syndicates differences had
cleared the nit icmained a dominant
influence The tone was easy nt
I I
noon
Bonds firm I
Omrha Livestock I
Omaha July 29 Cattle Receipts
1100 market steady Native steers
L751J 5 western floors 1 7ii
jon stackers and > feeders 3nop
5SH calves 1OOrf 700
Hogs Receipts 0200 market 15 < <
Lnc lower Heavy 77nfi S20 mlrd
7r0fS lightSS r SoS JIIlk
7505820
Sheep Receipts 2700 market
steady Yearlings 50f530 woth
ers > aoOTH5 ewes 2 75Tv3 75
lambs Gcn < 07f o
Chlcnao produce r I
Chicago Jiy 20rrBiitt05 Steadv i
creamerioa 2it lSo dairies 2 nt2Gf I
Irggspaihy llrsts I5c ljrjni
Jirgta 17o I
Cheese Strady doirios 1C1itr
in l2c jwiung America is jj i
lol2c long hornfi JSj Ic
Sugar and Coffce > I
New Vorkf Iiil > t29 < 3upar Raw
quiet muicovadoV SO es ySG cen
trifocaL JC tostt molasses sug I
m 89 test PC1 Rsflnod steady
Ccffco Snot firm I o 7 Rio S
58 01 Santos Dl2a3S I
OR CRIPPEN
I ON BOARD
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Has His Typist Dressed I
as BoyBoth are I
Nervous
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Montreal July 91hc Montreal
Star prints Limo following message
which It states It received this morn
Ing from Commander Kendall of the
Montrose
Steamship Montrose July 29To
the editor of thojMontreal Star
Dr Crlppen and Miss Lenevc 1
am confident aro on board He is
allll shaving his mustache growth and
ho Is growing a beard
Dr Crlppen108 no suspicion that
his Identity Is Suspected Tho other
passengers arc also Ignorant of his
Identity Miss Lcnee refrains from
talking The pair have no Imggago
They cunont be parted and are
vojyrotlcent Dr Crlppen has stated
that he has traveled much Ho puts
in much of his time reading books
He Is very sleepless at ijlgbts
I iflrst suspected the Identity of
the coiple two bourn after leaving
Antwerp whqn I got tho Ilrst clue
Dr Cnppen says with regard to his
companion who is disguised as a boy
that he is Liking him to California
Thq boy say the doctor Is In bad
health They spend much time to
gether In their rgoms Ordinallly they
nro bright and cheerful but at llmcq
both show signs of decided worry
Dr Crlppen Is booked as a merchant
The woman disguised as a boy Is
booked as a student
This is the first account given to
any newspaper II
Signed KENDALL
Commander I
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blather Point Quebec July 29
The Canadian Pacltlc steamer
MonUose carrying among her pass I
cngcps two persons believed by Cap
teln Kendall to be Dr Ilawley H I
Crlppsn and his typist Ethel Clnro
Lcncve steamed through the strait
of Belle Isle tlltj morning This
placed the vessel about whose arrlv
u I the greatest Interest centers some
tOO flubs east of Father Point She I
lt expected to take on a pilot here I
Sunday morning
Early today a thirtytwo mile wind
Swept the fog that had covered the
broad mouth of the SL Lawrence ever
flince l eveiUngT find the YTontrose
wjll not experience delay unless the
weather predictions for the next IS
hours full
limo White Star liner Laurentlc
aboard which IB Chief Inspector Dew
of Scotland Yard already nud en
tered the Sl Lawrence and under fav
orable conditions should pass this
point between 3 oclock and C oclocK
this attornoon At 3 a m todaj she
was 1G3 miles cast of here The
purpose of Scotland Yard has been
accomplished m that Inspector Dew
traveling on a faster steameY haw
outstripped the suspects and he will
be In a position to make his attempt
at Identification when the John Rob
inson and John Robinson Jr of
tho Montrose passenger list arrive at
a Canadian port
The provincial police understand
that Dew will land here and wait for
tho Montrose Ills subsequent pro
cedure la a matter of doubt here He
may board the Montrose and contin
ue to Quebec It Is believed that his
plans have been worked out with the
minutest detail and that there can be
no hitch
Chief McCarthy of the QucJbec
provincial police will make the ar
rest of DI Crlppen if he should
prove to be on board the Montrose
The chief received word today that
arrangements IS had been made be
tween Scotland Yard and the Domin
ion government whereby Inspector
Dew will bo permitted to land here
under a special order suspending
quarantine
On a special order suspending the i
quarantine regulations the Quebec of 1
flchilb are prepared to cooperate with I
the Scotland Yard man in whatever
I
coursethei latter maj adopt The A1
Ian Line steamer Sardinian which j
passed here early today helped mnter
lajly In the early stages of the trans
Athiutic pursuit It was this vessel
that picked up he strange wireless
from the Montrdse and relayed to tho
the European const the word that two
persons believed to be Dr Crippen and
Miss Lcuevc were aboard the Mont
rose
roseThe plans of the police are based
of course on tho assumption that Crip
pen and his companion are aboard the
Montrose This fact has not been ab
solmoly established from tho police
standpoint Nevertheless the fre
quent wirqless message which have
been received since the Montrose got
into touch with the American side ot
the Atlantic tohdto confirm the belief
that Captain Kendall Is correct in the
matter of Identification
These mcssQgcs are In varying de
grees of pogitivencss some making
tho explicit statement that Crippen
Is aboard the stoanier others reiterat
ing tho fact that tho suspected par
lies are nbortrd The messages have
definitely stnhJIshcd that no actual
arrcste have been made thus far
it wits Dew wJlP Interviewed Crip
poll In London and he knows the man
wall Ii was Dw also to whom the
doctors promise was given that he
would not 1itye England until the
mystery of vmB Wife disappearance
vris clearqd P rue Inspector has j
bacV sharply criticised by the presi I
and i nooplo1 llf ltt ndou and by SOme
inejnborjifjf parliament for not arrest I
1 pnUtuietluiPage Seven
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HAS WORN OUT MANY
1 I SHOES ON THE HIKE
ClijQftp J tl U Ljoseiii MIkulec
who claims that he loft Crotla In I
Austrhfi February 90C on a SSOrto
nllle walk practically around the I
orJdi01nptf1Ji of 10000 offered
Mr
bv an Austrian magazine If he finish
ed tho journey within five years will
bo tho guest of time local Orotlan col
on > on Sunday
The will leave Sun unlghl for
Springfield part of Ills task being to
I visit the capital of every state In thq
union Ho exhibits the signatures of
I many governors and of President Taft
which appear to bo genuine
I So far on the Journey MIkulec has
worn out fortyfour pairs of shoes and I
Is nineteen days ahead of his sched
ule
CARLISLE SERIOUSLY ILL
New York July ExSecretary
oi the Treasury John G Carlisle
rho for several years has been prac
ticing law In this city Is seriously r
111 at the Hotel Valcott
Tho na
ture of the Illness has not been ma
lI llc
TO nouT
IllERATS
Powerful Force Is to
Resist Railroad
Increases
Chicago July 29An Impoilant
step In the organization of a power
ful force to battle with the railroad
interests over time matter of Iqcreas
ling freight rates was taken yesterday
at a meeting of the National Indus
trial committee and committee of
I
I eleven appointed at the bg rate con
gress III Chicago In May Twenty
three men representing fifteen cities
and nearly every large Industrial In
i terest in the north Mississippi valley
wore present
I It was stated at the close of an all
day session that It was tho most har
monious gathering ever held on tho
subject and that while the divisions
wore broad and extensive the result
I was perfect unanimity
The following committee was ap
pointed to lay the case before the In
terstate Commerce commission
I F G Montgomery chairman Chicago
cngo
cagE
E J McVann Omaha
J C Lincoln Omaha
E E Williamson Cincinnati
H C Barlow Chicago
W P Trlckol Minneapolis
II G Wilson Kansas City
The sentiment was exprepsed by the
speakers that there should be no aV
tempt made to deprive the railroads
of anything that It Is found they are
entitled to luit that an effortshould
be made to prove that an Increase In
rates In all lines Is not justified
All SPAIN
Os UNEASY
Religious Turmoil May
Lead to Carlist
Uprising I
Madrid July 29 Ominous reports
are received following the publication
of the news that a rupture between
the Spanish government and the Vat
ican Is Imminent
At San Sebastian Don Jaime the
pretender has issued a manifesto
In which he says he will lead the
Carllsts in the battle which he In
tlmntes may be coming soon
It Is expc lcd that Premier Canal
eJas will ask King Alfonzo to set Limo
stamp of life approval on the course I
that the premier has adopted j
The Vatican has declared that till
negotiations looking to a revision of J
the concordat can not ho continued
until the Imperial decree permitting I
nonCatholic societies to dinplny time
Insignia oC public worship has been
withdrawn Canalejas has responded
that he cannot cancel the program
which the government has announced
In some quarters it is believed that
the Holy See counts nu the fall of
the government Cannlojns how
ever is paid to have had the assur
ance of the kings support at the time
he determined on his plan for relig
ions reform
Tho general situation Is complicat
ed by the unrest among the miners
in the Catalonlan provinces and the
occasional clashes between the Cath
olic and nonCatholic elements
throughout the country
POLICE USED A
PUMP ON HIM
Chicago July 29DeclarIng that
the pollco would never get any inon
ov out of him Frank Cries hint
right suallowcd three dimes while
riding In a patrol wagon to a hos
pital It was all he bad
On arriving at tho hospital the of
ficers forgot for the moment thrt
Cries was suiferlog with a broken
log > and called for lr Schaubel and
a stomach pump Much to his dis
gust the heroic remedy waa applied
to Cries and soon there wore three
I dimes on the operating table and the
police got possession of them after
all
Before submitting to arrest Crlrs
fired BovernHshots at Patrolman Wll
U 1 n M Smith nt Spauldlng and
Pierce streets and wn r chased
through the streets for several blocks
all of the tlmewleading u Shetland
pony which it Is alleged ho had tak
en from A Erickson It was while
tiylug to escape jtliat CrJgslrapped
and broke his leg <
i i E KILLED i
I MSElr
II
i Coroner s Jury Decide
I That Rawn Ended
Ills Own Life
Chicago July 29Tho coroner
Jury impaneled to inquire into th
death of Ira G Rawn late presides
of the Monon
railroad returned a
open verdict at 3 oclock this mon
ing but found that ho died from
shot received from his own weapon b
his own hand The verdict Is as fa
lowsWo 1
Wo the jurors sworn on oath t
Inquire Into the death of Ira G RawI
nt his home In Winnctka on July 21 L
find that he came to his death at 12
oclock on the morning of July 20 fror
shock and hemorrhage caused by i o
bullet from his cwn revolver firedbf
his own hand hut whether this wa
accidental or with suicidal intent this
j Jury Is unable to determine excop
that the location of the wound and tit
type of revolver render the accldon
theory less probable
The verdict was so worded as u
show Mr Rawn was believed by tin
Jurors to have been responsible fo I
his own death but the question of simi I
cide or accident was left to be foughj
out by the family and the Insurant
companies It took several hours de
liberation to reach a finding One o
the chief points involved In
the Ion j 1
discussion was how to word the doc k
unient in such a manner aa not to de r
privo Pawns family of any hogs I
lights the mombers have under th 11 1
310000 of accident Insurance poll
des left him I
Two of the six jurors held out foi i
a long time for a verdict of suicide
two others held to the accident theory
Tho verdict was a compromise be J
tween these divergent views r
Coroner Hoffman was much dlsap
r
pointed that ho had been unable ts
produce witnesses who might clear uj
the alleged connection of Rawn with t
huge frauds In contracts with the II
llnois Central railroad rhen Rawn was i
vice president of that road Ropre 1 i
Bcntatives of tho railroad declined tc 1J
testify and put tho refusal on tin I
ground that to give information soul
imporll pending litigation I r I
1
DIFFERENCE IN BRITISH i
PARLIAMENT TO BE SETTLED
London July S 29 Tho conferees of j i
4thetvo dominant partiesnho try
Ing to compromise the constitutional
differences of tho house of lords and i
the house of commons already havo 1 I1
succeeded in bridging several gulfs
and a statement made by Prouder As 1
qlilth In the lower chamber this after i
noon Indicates that tho outlook for a I
compromise Is more hopeful but lit
tle of an official character is likely
to be heard regarding the negotia J
tions until parliament reassembles
Noombtir 15th
Mr Asqulth after stilting that the I
conferees In the course of twelve I
meetings had surveyed the field
of controversy
i
troversy carefully said
The result Is that our discussions
made such progress although we j
have not so far reached an agreement I
as to render It in the opinion of
all of us not only desirable but neces
sary that they should continue In
fact I may go further We would think 1
It wrong at this stage to break them I
offThe
The premier added that If further
deliberations showed no prospects of
an agreement that could be announc 1
ed In parliament at the present ses
sion the conference would be closed
MOODY s
TO RETIRE
I i
I
I
I Taft Must Name Two As
sociate Justices and I
I One Chief Justice I
Magnolia Mass July 29 Associate
I
ate Judge Wm H bloody of the
United States supreme court has def
initely stated that he will announce 1
his retirement from the bench prior j
to the expiration of tho enabling act I
J passed In his behalf by the last coo
gross This act expires the mlddlo
I of November
In ordor that tho President might
I he relieved of any embarrassment
due to conflicting reports of Justice
I Moodys Intentions it is said that the
jurist some time ago informed Mr
I
I Taft of his purpose to quit tho bench
i The President has twice been at Mag
I nolia to see Justico Moody at his
I summer home and on both occasions
urged him to take all the time ho tip
I nlrod In making up his mind Justice
ifoody replied that his decision was
h <
I Justice Moods health is Improved
hut he feels be will not be strong
enough to assume the arduous duties
of the coming term which is to brf
t kcn up with most serjoua questions
and he will retire In the hope that a
complete rest for a while devoid of
nU worries as to his future Btntun
nay restore him to fgll strength
iThe President now faces the respon
sibility of appointing two associate
justices of the supreme court and
designating a chief justice
Advices from Uevorly are that the
Piesldent has not changed his atti
tude with respect to the chief justice
I ship
I Governor Hughts still appcarsto
I have the field practically himacU

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