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LAST edition 3 LEWISTON EVENING TELLER Always Mr thirtieth year-no. 1S4. LEWISTON EVENING TELLER, WEDNESDAY, AUGU8T 1, 1906. FRICK S CKMTS BRADY SETS ASIDE HIS AMBITIONS FOR SAKE OF PARTY HARMONY TO NAME TICKET AS AGREED i ON LAST NIGHT Northern Forces Are in Control of Convention With B. C. Barbor of Nez Perce Chair man-Hastings Gets Treasurership Special to Evening Teller. Pocatello, Idaho. Aug. 1—The north ern counties control the convention. B, C. Harbour of Nez Perce is the chairman. A majority caucus has placed in nomination and will support the fol lowing ticket: Gooding, governor; French, con gress: L. E. Burrell, Bear Lake, lieu tenant governor; Braga w, auditor; Hastings, treasurer; R. Landsdon, Washington country, secretary of «täte; Guheen, attorney general; Mc Bride, mining inspector; Carpenter, Idaho county, superintendent of ols; Stewart, Ada county, su •me judge. Borah will be named as senator. As a result of the caucus and con gés held all day yesterday and night the republican state con- , tlon here today was entirely har- j Jous insofar as its organization : concerned. State Chairman Brady and Governor Ing absolutely controlled situa as was arranged last night, when ~mony program was adopted at a lïrence between the Goodtng-Brady es and the Borah faction. By the s of the agreement W. E. Borah receive the senatorial indorse t and the nomination at the hands . the Pocatello convention and fol- | ing slate will undoubtedly go ugh: . « Ticket as Agreed On. For governor—Fran g R. Gooding, coin county, renominated. «For justice of supreme court— ge H. Stewart, Ada county. For congressman—Burton L. French Latah county, renominated. For lieutenant governor—E. A. Bur Bear Lake county. For secretary of state—Robert , Washington county. For attorney general—John J. Gu- j Bannock county, renominated. Fbr treasurer—C. A. Hastings, Nez county. auditor—Robert S. Bràgaw, -tenal county, renominated. jP Dissenters Hold a Caucus. At a late hour last night when it j cosine known that the above slate P*d been agreed upon as the result harmony treaty between Brady Borah, intense indignation was ,reBsed by a large number of dele tes on both sides of a senatorial and tovernorship question. An insurgents ^ucus was held and addresses were \ e by Frank J. Hagenbarth of Fre _ , coun ty. Dr. Hugh France of ardner, federal Judge, J. H. Beatty. **' C ' c - Moore of Fremont, Lieu Gov «roor Steeves of Welser J -T any °^ er recalcitrants who pro . a ^ aln *t the machine rule. surJ^T re * olution Pledging the in oon " to wa * e a bitter right on the SES"* --s passed. Judge was iJ.ti ° ls a candidate for senate, &gainat the ae «•mpromue^n y ,! eader * ,n effectln * a many. n the * n terests of har Toàay* 11 !! Harmo, »y Today. r to hav" eVe , r ' the inRUr » ent " ®P ^^Jl^eted down. The rec ■W HD SUMS W FIRE LOSSES 8 ^ n 2rjL U « 1 '—Large . um . - by th, distributed this *fclch j» , Insurance com pan J ***•*£ Individ,? 0 ,'* practically adjusting th? , °" 86a * nd *re rap toxtitfttee Policies assigned to ognize their inability to control the convention, which is safely In the hands of the governor and bis friends. The convention was called to order this morning at 10 o'clock by State Chalrmay Brady. B. C. Barbour of Nez Perce was made temporary chair man. The committees on resolutions, credentials and order of business were' appointed and adjournment taken un til 3 o'clock this afternoon. Indications at this hour are that the slate will go through without ^erlous opposition. The harmony program was brought about by Governor Gooding. State Chairman Brady, Con gressman French, Mr. Borah, C. C. Cavanaugh, Borah's campaign man ager, and Senator Heybum. In dis cussing the matter. Governor Gooding says: All Crodit Belongs to Brady. ^The credit all belongs to Mr. Brady. He determined to stand aside and that cleared the situatioh. He cannot be praised too highly for what he has done. His is a fortunate solution of a vexed problem which easily might have seriously hampered the party in the campaign. It clears up a clouded situation and brings harmony. I think it is wise settlement and it is my feeling that Idaho republicans will feel it their duty to support .It" SHOT DEAD AT WEDDING ALTER Charlotte, N. C., Aug. 1.—At Besse mer city, today, W. M. Brown, a bride groom of an hour, was shot and killed by John M. Kincaid. It is said Brown was under obligations to marry Kin caid's sister but instead married an other. Kincaid surrendered to author ities. WOUNDED, CRAWLS FOR MILES Member of Posse Who Attacked Dietz in a Serious Condition. Madison, Wis.. Aug 1.—After crawl ing on his hands and knees for a great distance through the forest, Duyo Rogich of Milwaukee, wounded in three places by Clarence Dietz, reached the home of Charles Johnson and was later carried Into Winter where he secured medical attention. Slight hope Is entertained for his re covery as he had been terribly exposed when he reached the Johnson place and his wounds were rilled with dirt. Rogich was one of the posse which last week endeavored to drive the out law Dietz from his lair In the forest, but which was beaten off by Dietz and hlB family. PREPARE FOR COMING STRIFE Workingmen's Organizations Sending Out Warnings to the Union«. St. Petersburg. Aug. 1.—The work men's council here and at Moscow have Issued a warning to the work men's organizations to hold themselves In readiness for a strike, and the rev olutionary military committee Is act ing with great energy. Four Ships Have Mutinsd.. St. Petersburg, Aug. 1.—Last night Professor Maxim Kovalevsky, a mem ber of the outlawer parliament, re ceived a message to the effect that the crews of four warships at Hel singfors have mutin ed. "WITH BUT A SINGLE THOUGHT." *C'M i Off 1Hi3 AmriHOOM 9 «e 6|AM6tW w,lR "* MI, RltnT, ÏON Dori'T Know tuT ilk K OUT -THCRC MYSlLF. MV CftAMOMoTH£ir» MOT vest wen CITHER •* -Triggt in New York Pros*. CITY PUTS BAN ON GAS STOVES Culdesac, Idaho, Aug. 1.—The city council last night took the precaution to order all gasoline stoves out of stores and restaurants. This was deemed necessary on account of lia bility from fire originating from this source. There have in several in stances already been small rires orig inating from such stoves and the warning of the Spalding disaster set tled the issue for the gasoline stoves and the council ordered their removal. The new fire bell was installed yes terday. and when tested proved very satisfactory. This is the second hell ordered. The first proved wholly in adequate and had to he shipped back. Every precaution Will be taken to avoid fire and all watch service and apparatus will be kept in the best condition. MITCHELL BUYS OUT WALLACE Nezperco Real Estate Firm Diaaolvaa Partnership—Other News Notes. Special to Evening Teller. Nezperce. Idaho, Aug. 1.— P. W. Mitchell of the firm of Wallace & Mitchell has purchased the half in terest of Mr. Wallace In the real estate business, and also Mr. Wallace's in terest In lots 11 and 12, block 24. city of Nezperce. Mr. Wallace will open a real estate office In the rear room of the Farmers' State bank building. W. E. Larson returned last night from Colfax, where he has been vis iting with his family for several days. His daughter, who has recently under gone an operation for appendicitis, la well enough for her mother to make a visit home. She accompanied Mr. Larson last night. Miss Earl Mendenhall is In the city from Palouse visiting with the fam ily of Harry Gilmore. W. C. Brooks has returned from Lake Waha for a few days' business trip. He and his family are camping in the vicinity of the Lake, WILL SELL MOUNTAIN GEM TO OPEN RIVER ASS'N ! 1 1 ! If present pians carry the Open River association will become the owner of the steamer Mountain Gem purchasing It outright from the pres ent owners the Lewiston Navigation company. Some months ago there was a prop osition on the part of the navigation company for such a disposal of the boat, but the company's proposition did not go through. Now there Is a counter proposition from the Open River association which It 1« said la in the hands of Secretary Howard of the Navigation company and which will meet with the approval of the company when a quorum of the board of directors can be had. The proposition In the main Is that FORCE OF MEN IS INCREASED Special to Evening Teller. Culdesac, Idaho, Aug. 1.—(By Nez perce Co-operatice Telephone.)—A. C. Goerlg, the contractor having charge of the railroad work in this city has doubled hla force of men in town and has placed a new steam shoved on the dirt work. He - formerly had two shovels which have been removed and a new one installed, the latter moving more dirt than did the other two. A road bed as wide as the right of way is being constructed through the town so as to make room for five tracks If necessary. Work on the tunnel about rive miles from the city Is progressing nicely, rock has been removed 160 feet on one side while 35 feet have been taken from the other end. The tunnel when completed will be 900 feet long, the ' largest on the road. Will Make Horn* at Mohlar. J. L. Baldwin, wife and four daught ers of Walla Walla passed through the city this afternoon on their way to Mohler, where they will camp until cooler weather. Mr. Baldwin lived In this country In the vicinity of Cul desac four years ago and expressed himself as very much surprised with the growth and outlook for the town. One of the girls with the party has a broken finger.» which Injury w'as sus tained in the 'FYlsco disaster. I ARREST WITNE88 FOR LARCENY Counter Charge Made Against Men Who Eiftered Coachman's House. Pittsburg. Aug. 1.—Hermann Stabb and John Anderson, detectives who testified In the Hartje divorce case to entering Coachman Madine's room and taking letters from hls trunk, were arrested today charged entering a 1 building for felony and larceny. Their hearing has been set for Monday and their bonds placed at $2.000. L. E. King returned to hls ranch on Mission creek this afternoon. 1 ' I cash will he paid to lift the present indebtedness on the boat and stock given in the Open River association for the balance. The cash needed Is something like $15.500 This will lift the mortgage and other incidental In debtedness and clear the boat from the litigation that for months has threatened Its action. The Mountain Gem was built at Lewiston and Is owned by Lewiston capitalists. It Is understood that as soon as a quorum of the directors can be gotten together that the proposition will be passed on favorably. The steamer Is now operating on the Co lumbia between Ainsworth and Celilo, under contract with O. F. Allen the REBELS WORK AMONG TROOPS Distributing Copia« Vi borg Addrsas and Inoiting Man to Revolt. Helsingfors, Aug. Î. —For more than a week the Russian revolutionists have been working among the troops distributing Viborg and Groups of Toil manifestos announcing that on Sunday 1500 soldiers took the oath to right on the side of the people. KEEP UP FIRE ON THE FORT Fight Continues Between Loyal Troops and Mutineers REINFORCEMENTS ING. ARRIV* Helsingfors, Aug. 1. — The damage to the railroads has been repaired and reinforce ments of troop« are arriving from Viborg. Hqlsingfora, Aug. 1.—(2 p. m.)— Heavy cannonading la in progress In Bveaborg, showing that the right for the possession of the main fortifica tion still in progress. It is impossible from the shore to ascertain the exact situation. Helsingfors, Aug. 1.—The right tween the mutineers and the' loyal troops continued during the night The cannonading was heavy at times, and provided an awe Inspiring spec tacle to the people who watched the battle from points of vantage on Ob servatory hill. The firing continues at Intervals this morning. The victims w'ho have been transported to Helsingfors number less than 50, of whom 15 are dead, but this far outnumbers the dead and wounded. The Bveaborg hospital has not as certained that order has been restored on Skatudden island, where 110 sail ors and 11 civilians were disarmed. From a civilian point of view the local situation Is easier. No cruiser is visible. The town is quiet and busi ness Is proceeding as of usual, hut the factories are closed and the workmen are on a strike. ^ _ RISE AND SLAY THEIR OFFICERS St. Petersburg, Aug. 1.—Strikes are spreading rapidly, the whole of the Basin t Center Mining and Smelting Industry being 'In the grip of the strikers. Over 2,000 walked out last night at the rire at Usovka, while from the viceroy of the Caucasus comes the news that the garrison of Desplagar had received the news of the dissolution of p-'llament by rising and killing their commanding officers and Installing themseivii In complete control of the city. Revo**tlonlsts are widely jubilant and will take advant age of the Bveaborg mutiny to pre eipttate the general engagement be tween the government and the people. be- j ! ! j j i INDUCE TRDÛPS TO AIDMUTII'IYqov Helsingfors, Aug. 1.—The nejvs of j revolt has caused the greatest ex- I ironstadt. Especially In — - J * th cltement In Cronstadt. view of the reo^ft '"..'.'—«'it in y among the crews »e^^ .ie warships was pro ceeding/ at Cronstadt. and that revo lutionists were working hard to per suade the troops there to mutiny and j refuse to fire on the warships, precau tions were hastily taken by the au thorities at CronBtadt and the breech blocks of the guns on some of the warships were removed while a de tachment of troops were sent on hoard ^the other ships. TICKET: BORAH AND G00DIN6 Warring Factions Get Together at Pocatello Justice »I the supreme s e mt * George M. Stewart of Ada seusty, Representative in mnprsas RnrVia L. French of Latah county, re-nomin ated. Governor—Frank R. Goading ©# Lin coln county, renominated. Lieutenant governor— L. K. Burred, Boar Lake. Seerotary of otate—Robert L a nda sa of Waehington oeunty. Attorney gene ral Jo hn J. CUih ae n, of Bannock county, renominated. State treasurer—C. A. Meetings, ef Not Perm oeunty. State auditor—ftobert 8. Bragew, d Kootenai county, renominated. Inspector of mines— R. W. M e Grld g , ef Lemhi oeunty. Superintendent ef publie inetreetiee —E. A. Carpenter, ef Idaho oeu nt y . Special to Evening Teller. Pocatello, Idaho. Aug. I.—SC the harmony program agreed to late laat night goes through the convention to night the state ticket will read ai above, with W. R. Borah ef Ate county indorsed for United States senator. Up to X late hour yesterday aflat noon there was «Arery indication theft today's convention would prove sen sational in the extreme, but the lead j era of the warring factions got to gether and decided on a com premise program. , At M»i« caucus State Chairman James H. Brady, who has led the ap position to Borah, and who stubborn ly fought to keep the scnatoreblp out of the convention, Governor Gooding, ' Congressman French and other lead ers met behind closed doors and fought out* their differences. At the conclusion of the conference it was announced that the c-envenUon today will Indorse W. E. Borah Jfer United States senator, that Governor Gooding will be renominated and thaft candidates for other states o ff i cer« would be men satisfactory t® him. United States Senator Heybum did not participate in caucus, but was called in after an agrément had beau reached and delivered a brief speech. Senator Heybum has opposed and still opposes the Indorsement of a sen atorial candidate to succeed Dübele. He la not a delegate to the convention, however. James H. Brady of Pocatello wR be re-elected chairman of the state com mittee and will conduct the ena palgn. In addition to the state ticket. 8a six district judges will be nomin a te d by delegates from the several dl strtvria in separate con vent tone. Judge Fnud J. Smith, before whom the Moyec, Haywood, Pettlbone eases ate pending has no opposition. The ticket as agreed upon leaven women voters without a candidate of their own sea. ATTEMPTS A88AULT STEAMER Negro Driven Off the Beet by Captain and Net 8eon Again. Gallloplls, O., Aug. 1.—When the steamer Henry M. Stanley was twa miles trim this city early today a negro entered the cabin of a woman ! and tried to assault her. He was 41s ! covered and driven over the side aft j the boat by the captain. Aa no trace j was afterwards found of him It Is be i lleved that he was drowned. CUMMINS IS IN CONTROL j I j After the usual Des Moines, la., Aug. 1.—The re publican state convention met today. committee was ap pointed the meeting was adjou rn ed until this afternoon. The committee on credentials has decided to take up all contests. • It la not believed that the convention will split and Cummins be rrnweks ated.