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IL SUFFERA6E IF NOT GRANTED ONE HALF MIL LION MEN WILL GO ON STRIKE. Brussels, Oct. 2.—"Unless our de mand for Universal suffrage is granted, a half million men will go on strike today," declared Camille Hueys man, secretary of the International Social ist Bureau, in outlining the Socialistic plan of campaign lor alteration of the present constitution of Belgium. "Four strike committees have already been appointed," he declared. "One will deal with the provisioning of food depots, another is responsible for raising of funds, a third is engaged in propaganda work. There is also a com mittee to arrange for sending the children to places of safety, inside or outside Belgium, ttntil the strike is over. These committees are all now energetically at work." DEAD MAN CLAIM ED TO BE ALIVE INSURANCE COMPANY DUBIOUS AS TO WHETHER WM. E. DE LARM IS DEAD. Seattle, Wash., Oct. 1.—Altho an insurance company paid a policy of $1,000 on the proof of the deatli of W. E. Delarm, inspector Clement of Portland and other officials are still dubious as to whether the man who died at Placerville, Calif., and whose body was shipped to Plattsburg, N. Y., was really the frenzied financier from Seattle. A letter received from Wm. F. Bray, an attorney of Placerville adds to the suspicion. He speaks of a companion of the deceased, who took all of the latter's papers and corre spondence with the exception of a small notebook which served to es tablish the only identification of one "Wm. E. Delarm." Why this com panion should disappear immediately after his friend's death is the mystery which the officials want cleared up. NITRE PLANT FOR SEATTLE. Seattle. Oct. 2.— It is now known that the party of financiers, among them J. B. Duke, the tobacco king, who arrived in Seattle Sunday, came here for the purpose of looking over the Puget Sound country with the ultimate object of securing a site for a two hundred thousand horse power nitre plant. The party includes Dr. Samuel Eyde, of Christiana. Norway, head of the nitre industry in Norway, and the inventor of the process of making nitrogen from air by the driv ing of air thru electrically-heated fur naces. a process which separates the oxygen and nitrogen. The two ele ments are then combined in water and nitric acid is made. AGREEMENT IS REACHED. Seattle. Oct. 2.—After a conference between representatives of business interests in Spokane. Tacoma and Seattle, t lie various railroads in the state and the public service commis sion. which lusted for nearly two days, an agreement is in effect today where by all questions of shipping rates that have existed between Spokane and Const interests, have been removed. The Spokane shippers asked for a decidedly lower carload oontmodi^y rate from the coast to the interior. Tlie agreement finally effected was a compromise rate, which bec mes oper ative in thirty days. POLICE FURNISHED WITH GOOD DESCRIPTION OF BURGLARS Sail Fntm isco, Oct. 2. With a good description the police here today are looking for the two burglars who held up and robbed George W. Kelly and itis wife here of $4.000 in jewels and coin as the two were partaking of a midnight super in their apartments. Kelley, who is proprietor of the Midway Cafe on tlie "Barbnry Coast" had just returned from his establish ment, accompanied by his wife, when the burglars entered the dining room from Ihe kitchen with leveled revol vers. CHAMPIONSHIP DEFENDS ON PITCHERS. Xew York. Oct. 2.—Upon the pitch ing ability of tlie Giant twirlers. Rube Marquard, Jeff Tessatt and Chris Mat thewson, manager McGraw is depend ing to win the world's championship baseball series against the Boston Americans. V EQUIPMENT, SERVICE, FOOD. TheBe are the three essential require ments of a first class restaurant The equipment must be pleasing to the eye, the service must be quick and efficient, end THE FOOD MUST BE PALATABLE At our woll known restaurant you will find all ot these things as nearly perfect as human Ingenuity can make them. Moderate charge < he menu. Danils . - * *♦+*+*+♦*+♦+++*+♦♦ ♦ .VILD VAN FOUND LIVING IN PAWLING MOUNTAINS ! oughkeepsie. X. Y.. Oct. 2.— Shrinking from all who ap proached him, Arthur Britton, 40 years old, "Wild Man," found living in a ve in the I uwiing ti / was con fined today in ta, Hudson Hiver state hospital that ex perts might study him in an effort to understand his re markable case. 4* * * ♦ + ♦ 4 > 4* * BULL MOOSERS RECEIVE BLOW IDAHO COURT COMPELS SECRE TARY OF STATE NOT TO CERTIFY TICKET. Boise, Ida., Oct. 2.—A severe blow is dealt the Bull Moose party in Idaho. today thru the action of the State Su- ; preitte Court in issuing a writ of man- > date compelling Secreary of State J Gifford to cértifv all state tickets ex-, cept the progressive. Gifford is order ed not to certify tlie Bull Moose ticket until tlie present litigation in which the progressive ticket is attacked as : illegal is ended LURED TO SHED ALEX OTS RELIEVED OF NEARLY $3,000 BY THREE ARMED HIGHWAYMEN. , -- I San Francisco, Sept. 2S.—Lured to a vacant shed at the corner of McAl- j lister and Larkin streets by the ; sounds of moans and a call for help i Alex Ots, vice-president and general i manager of the Storage battery and Motor company here, was held up yes terday by three men .armed with re volvers and relieved of nearly $3,000. After securing his watch and chain, $5.00 in change and a fountain pen tlie highwaymen found Ots' wallet where he had concealed it in his in side vest pocket. In the wallet was $2,000 in $100 bills and $650 in smaller bills. The bandits then ordered Ots to beat it and the men hurried off in another direction. Police found Ots' business cards and the empty pocket book ASKS THAT MAR RIAGE BE ANNULLED Alleges That She Married Him Thru False Representations. Grants Pass, Ore., Oct. 1.—Jesse Layton Rich has brought suit in the circuit court of this county asking that marriage contract entered into by her with Lawrence B. Rich on February 14th last he annulled. In the com plaint Mrs. Rich alleges that Rich caused her to marry him thru the false and fraudulent representation that he was an unmarried man, when in truth he was a married man, whose wife is living and undivorced. ALLEGES THAT LETTERS WERE FORGED Seattle, Oct. 2.—Plainly charging 'barging that five ot the sensational Kr< hbold letters published by W. R ilearst in his magazine are forgeries Colliers Weekly in its curent issue uhmits proof of its startling discovery All of the alleged forged letters were i ther written Standard Oil bambini Gil Joint iArclibold, id. or written by id, or written by smen. The letters to senatorial inves PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY SOLD San Francisco, Calif.. Oct. 2.—Tele grams received by several brokerage j firms here stating that the Southern Pacific company had sold the Pacific j Mail Steamship Company to the Ham burg American Lines caused a flurrv f excitement in financial and shipping: districts here today. Some of the. dispatches slate that the purchaser is the Toykisien Kaisha while others; claim tin* Hamburg American con cern is the haver. YAQUIS ARE ON WAR PATH. Douglas, Ariz.,Oct.1.—Refugees from Southern Sonora, Mexico say that at least 1,000 Yaqitis are on the war path in the wild country between Suaqu Granges and Guaymas, and all the roads in the Northern part of the state are unsafe. The refugees also say the rebel depredations have rendered thou sands homeless throughout Sonora and as few crops have been planted they are facing a famine. The rebels turn :he was said to have made an announce ment of his support of the Republican ticket. - ONE KILLED AND FIVE INJURED IN EXPLOSION ——— Newport, R. I., Oct. 2. —Lieut. Don-j aldald Morrison was instantly killed and five sailors so badly injured, that they died later aboard the hospital jship, Solace, by the bursting of a tnbej on the destroyer, Walker, in the bar-, hor here today. Four other sailors, badly scalded, are believed dying. "SEPARIST MOVEMENT" IN BELGIUM Brussels, Sept. 30.—Small as Belgi um Is In the scnle of nations the Bel gians cannot get along together and demand separation. Like most Europ ean nations. Belgium is made up of what In times past were people of di verse tongue* »ed nations. The two principal are fhe Wallonlan* and the Flee»*«* *v»r some time there ; !' m? been a *t—««r "«apartst movement* » rong the Wf-'dans. The Wallon! 50 CLUBBED IK TO INSENSIBILITY POLICE USE CLUBS IN DISPERS STRIKERS, BEATING MANY INTO INSENSIBILITY. ING Lawrence. Mass., Oct. 1.—Fifty tex tile workers, who went out on a -4 hour "demonstration" strike against the imprisonment of Jos. Ettor and Arturo Uiovannitti, labor leaders, were clubbed into insensibility by the po le e here early today. The trouble s.acted when the gates to the mills were opened at six o'clock, when two tii., ured employes of the mill, No. 28 started to return to work, they were told they could not have their posi tions back because some of the work ers Saturday stoned the mill, breaking windows and machinery. More than 4a policemen with drawn sticks sud-j deuly appeared in front of the gates. Without ordering the men to disperse the polii e charged, cracking many heads and the streets were covered with prostrate strikers. Angered over dismissal of the two ^hundred employes of Mill No. 28, 1500 men emploj ed in the Wood, Ayer & W asli h'Ston tniils struck, declaring they would remain out until the discharged workmen were taken back. Other employes are expected to join the walkout before noon. The police are preparing for further rioting. Lawrence, Mass., Sept. 30.—Serious of to charge, broke out again at o'clock tliis morning. Dozens of per sons, Including the strikers and mem bers of the police force, are In hospit als suffering with broken heads; The police stations are jammed with pris oners, both men and women. The worst rioting occurred at Ess tc and Union Streets. Here the state and city police charged 1.000 strikers and their sympathizers. Despite the chilly weather, long before daylight more than 2,000 picketers had sur rioting between police and the textile ! strikers, as a protest against treat- J ment accorded Joseph Ettor and Ar thur Giovunnitti. labor leaders, held rounded the Ayer and Washington mills. The strikers "roughed" the mill hands refusing to quit work. Auto mobiles loaded with police, were rushed to the scene, and desperate fighting followed. Many strikers and policemen were beaten into insensibil ity. The crowds converged into Essex and Union streets from all points. Here the battle was waged for ten min tes, the police finally forcing the strik ers back. A squad of newspaper re porters and photographers came in behind the strikers, and the latter turned suddenly on the newspapermen One photographer was badly beaten up and his camera smashed. EXPECT EARLY DEVELOPMENT OFFICERS MAKING STRENEOUS EFFORTS TO SOLVE QUAD RUPLE MURDER MYSTERY. Quincy, 111., Sept. 30.—Early devel opments of a sensational nature ar» promised by the officers who are in* vestigatiug a quadruple murder on the Pfanschmidt farm, sixteen miles southeast of here. The victims were Charles Pfanschmidt, a wealthy and prominent farmer, his wife and daughter Blanche, 16 years old, and Miss Emma Kaempen, 20, the sclioo teacher of the district, who roomed at the Pfanschmidt house. They wer killed in their beds and the house set on tire. The bodies were mutilated a' well as burned and in the skulls of the tv. o young women were large holes, evidently made with a blunt instru ment. That revenge was the motive of the murder is the theory of the offi cers. It is not believed it was robbery for the family kept little money in the house. Bloodhounds were brought to Quincy from Springfield today and put on tlie trail. Miss Kaeuipen was tlie daugtheivof a contractor. Indications are j Quincy that the crime was committed Friday j night. The telephone wires were out 'and relatives of Miss Ivaetnpeu in Quincy, who tried to reach the Plan whmidt home on Saturday were un ihle to make connections. BOHEMIAN GRILL ROBBED. San Francisco, Oct. 1.— While Clias Hansen, employed as a porter at the Bohemian Grill here, cowered before a masked thug, a second thug opened 'he cafe safe and escaped with $300 and a gold watch. Hansen was beaten into unconsciousness and bound and i gagged. Hansen was able to furnish ! a fair description of his assailants, but up to noon no trace of the thugs had been found. MRS. HETTY GREEN MAKES $67,230 - j Chicago, Oct. 2.—By the consum \ mation of a big realty deal, Mrs. Hetty j Green, the world's richest woman is j $67,230 richer here today. Mrs. Green j rented property at 6044-46 Wallace 'street to R. F. Lovenstein for a term j of years. The land is 100 by 125 feet i and is improved by brick storos and flat bnildings which the lessee has i purchased. The purchase price is not | stated. j----— j SHIP GRAIN Quinn- Shepherdson | Co. GRAIN COMMISSION MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 1103 Fkm« Exchange Write us (or Full Information SEND SAMPLES PROBING WISCONSIN MULTI MILLIONAIRE IS DEAD Janesville, Wis., Sept. 28. —Ed L. Dwyer who rose from head ot a street cleaning gang in Chicago to multi-millionaire is dead here today from a self inflicted bullet wound in his brain. Dwyer's act is attribut ed to his having lost an im mense fortune while trying to corner the wheat market on the Chicago hoard of trade. MEXICO HEAR ING BANKRUPTCY MEXICAN SITUATION LESS THAN $25,000,000 IN HANDS OF GOVERNMENT. Los Angeles, Oct, 1.—Senator Wm. Alden Smith, of Michigan, chairman of the senatorial committee probing the Mexican situation, continues the taking of evidence here today. Testimony adduced yesterday points to the near bankruptcy of the Madero administration. Ribley Lujan, Pascual Orozcos, accredited agent, threw some light upon the financial affairs of the administration. "At the time Madero look charge of the government" he aid, "there was $07,000,000 Mexican ! money in the treasury," part of this, ; J $10,000,000, the committee established, 1 was contributed by two American cor- ; porations with an eye on concessions: in Mexico. At tiie present time there is less than $25,000,000 in the hands of the Madero government, and at the pres-; cut rate of expenditures, this will be exhausted in nine months.. a HURDER RESULT OF QUARREL ONE MAN KILLED AND TWO FA TALLY WOUNDED AT DIN NER PARTY. Los Angeles, Sept. 28.—As a result of a quarrel at a dinner party an un identified man is dead today and Sam Cortesce and Mike Macchiaroli fatal ly wounded. A quarrel arose from a discussion over merits of certain wines. All are Italians. FINAL CONFERENCE BEFORE BIG TRIAL COMMENCES Indianapolis, Ind.. Sept. 30.—Final conference before the opening tomor of the International Association of row of the trial of fifty-one members Bridge and Structural Iron Workers accused of illegally transporting dyna mite were held here today by the at torneys for both the prosecution and defense. Senator John W. Kern of Indianapolis, one of the attorneys for the defense conferred with the defend ants for several hours today. LAND OFFICES CONSOLIDATED. Sacremento, Calif.. Oct. 1.—The United States land office at Redding, California, was consolidated with the land office here today. The people of Redding, however, are making a pro test against the change. There are 2,070,374 acres of unentered land in the district, which has an area as big as tlie combined rea of Massachusetts Connecticut and Delaware. BARS MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY is Washington. Oct. 1.—Under the; imitions Fruit Quarantine Bill all fruit I infected with the Mediterranean fruit | fly and as well asnursery stock, will be barred from the United States. It has been discovered that the Mediterrane an fly is a great menace to California fruit growers. E. FREERE WILL BE CHIEF DESIGNER Seattle. Oct. 2.—A Seattle architect Mr. E. Freere, will he chief designer of the buildings for the Panama Paci fic exposition. He will have general charge of the architectural depart ment of the fair. LA FOLLETTE TO CAM PAIGN IN IDAHO Spokane. Oct. 2.—Senator Robert M. La Follette today plans to campaign this fall in Idaho, according to an nouncement made by Senator Borah. Senator La Follette is expected to ar rive in the Northwest about October fifteenth. GOV. HADLEY DE NIES STATEMENT Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. 1.—Gov. 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