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EFFORT OF PRESIDENT NORWEGIANS NOR WEGIANS DETHRONE DETHRONETO
TO BRING ABOUT PEACE KING KINGOSCJi OSCAR l OF SWEDEN SWEDENWith
With Delivery of His Note Tendering Tend r ng Good Norway NorwyDecared Declared a Fully Fullylndcpendthit Independent In depen debt State StatcRcs Resolutions Res lutl utIOI ns S AdoptedOffices Adopted AdoptedOffices dopt tl tlOffices
Offices Negotiations are Believed to be by Norwegian Parliament Unanimously and nd Without Debate DebateNearer Deb tl tlNearer tc tcNearer
Nearer Realization Separating Norway Norwaynd and Sweden SwedenI
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INSTRUCTIONS INST UCTIONS TO TOCOUNT TOCOUNT TOCOUNT
COUNT CASSINI CASS1N1Have
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Have Undoubtedly UndoubtedlyBeen
Been Sent Regarding RegardingPossible RegardingPossible RegardingPossible
Possible Action Actionof
of Russia Russiai RussiarlOMATIC RussiarQMATIC
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H rlOMATIC OMATIC REPRESENTATIVES REPRESENTATIVESABROAD REPRESENTATIVESABROAD REPRESENTATIVESABROAD
ABROAD ADVISED THAT RUS RUSSIA RUSSIA RUSSIA ¬
SIA WILL TREAT DIRECTLY DIRECTLYWITH DIRECTLYWITH DIRECTLYWITH
WITH JAPAN JAPANRUSSIAN RUSSIAN PRESS PRESSRESENTS PRESSRESENTS PRESSRESENTS
RESENTS ENFORCEMENT E OF OFTWENTYFOUR OFTWENT OFTWENTYFOUR
TWENTYFOUR TWENT FOUR HOUR HOURRUL HOURRULBy RULE RULEBy RULEy
By y Associated Press PressSr
Sr Petersburg June 7 7Wlth With Am Amb Amador Amador
b ador Meyers Icers delivery deliver to the em emI
I > r of President Roosevelts note notetillering notenlerlng notenderlng
tillering his good offices the presi presints prestfs presints
nts fs efforts to bring the beliggerents beliggerentswriter beliggerentsther
ther in peace negotiations are be beved beH bered
red H > d to be distinctly nearer realiza realizaan
an n and the center of interest Is again againansferrcd againansrlrrcd againanfcrrcd
ansferrcd to Washington WashingtonCount WashingtonCIIIflt VashlngtonCount
Count Cassini has doubtless receiv receivc receIvinstructions recelvinstructions
c instructions from the emperor but butv butprobably
v 1 probably require some time to de denuine demine dorfltfl
mine rfltfl whether success shall hal1 crown crownui crownUll crownia
Ull ui presidents efforts effortsWILL etrortsWILL effortsWILL
WILL NEGOTIATE NEGOTIATEDIRECT NEGOTIATEDIRECT NEGOTIATEDIRECT
DIRECT WITH JAPAN JAPANVienna JAPANVInna JAPANVienna
Vienna June 7 7It It was learned here herenight herenight herenight
night that the Russian government governmentinformed governmentInformed
1 informed its diplomatic dIplomaUcreprQseI1 dIplomaUcreprQseI1HS Tepresen represenabroad
1 ves abroad Including Count Cas Casj Casthat
j that RussIa will open peace jie jieMarions nems xiez
z Marions irnS ms with the Japanese Ihdepe Ihdeper Ihdepend Ihdependrr
I rr r ot foreign Intervention InterventionRUSSIA IntenentioILRUSSIA InterventionRUSSIA
RUSSIA ASKS FOR FORPEACE FORPEACE FORPEACE I
PEACE CONDITIONS CONDITIONSs CONDITIONSPNersburg I
s I Petersburg June 7 7As As a re reof reor rer
r of f the meeting of the council of oftcrs ortrs of1ers
tcrs at TsarskoeSelo T yesterday yesterdayrions ycsterdayirons yesterdaytOUs
irons rions were telegraphed this thisnoon thisOII1
noon OII1 to the Russian Ambassa Ambassaat
at Washington and Paris that thatJ
It 1 J > sa a is desirous of learning Japans Japansit
i it i t conditions conditionsRUSSIAN conditionsRUSSIAN conditionsRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN PRESS RESENTS RESENTSACT RESENTSACT RESENTSACT
ACT OF UNITED STATES STATESSt STATESSt
St Ptrsburg Pd rsburg June 7 7The The Rus Rusocm Rusan Rus1n
ocm an press Irp notably the Novoe Vrem Vrema
a in l1j j the > Russ display a great deal dealcseiifnent dealIItTJ1nt dealsentnent
< cseiifnent IItTJ1nt against the United Uniteds UnlteJfor
A s for enforcing the twentyfour twentyfourniU
r niU jn the case of the three Rus Rusr Ruscruisers
r 1 cruisers at Manila The Russ Russs
I < s the t he American neutrality regu reguand reguand reguand
and contends that President Preside t
K volt in applying the principle principlet
t ta a ny n in the injuries received dur dura
O a t storm and not in battle can canr cantJp
c r rs fie repaired in American ports portsnv portsn1
nv n1 iy narrows the American regu reguhut reguII
r hut lui II infringes recognized prin prinof prine prinof
e of international law This pa palures paars paares
lures ares it has official warrant warrantr warrantatement warrantsatenlent
r statement that representations representations3v
3v l 1ien > oen made in Washington on onbjext onbjed onbjtt
bjext bjextT
T i f Novae Vrcmya is exceedingly exceedinglynsiic exceedlngblsic
nsiic After a slap at Great Brit Britor Britor Britor
or the alleged manner in which whichissels whichssl whichssel
issels ssl dogged the Russian fleet fleett
h t time it left Croustadt and for forto forto forto
to force all the powers to ac acr
r her interpretation of the rules rulesbf rulesbfralitr rulesbfrality of ofrality
rality the Novo Vremya de
c rcs es s that president Roosevelt whom whomrefers whomrpers whomrefers
refers to as Mr Ir Roosevelt
Con conmlnatell co
f nitnated by b Englands example arbi
rarily mrlI interprets his own rules jn l a asense aIcns
sense Icns favorable to Japan adding
Mr Roosevelt takes full advantage adanta e
fr c the fact that Russia is helpless and andweriess andwdess antiI
I weriess to do more than protest
J Japanese minister is reported to tohastened tohastened toc
c < > hastened to o express express his grati
f to America for this act of jim iniTr imait jima1ity
Tr aity ait which is 1 partial to Japan Japanrrust Japanriist
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rust that Mr lr Roosevelt Is satis satiswith satiswith
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with his success successadmiralty successadmlraIt successadmiralty
admiralty it can be stated is isilcd IsiIfd htied
tied to the internment of the thecruisers themisers thccruisers
cruisers at Manila but opposes opposes1dple opposesieiple
7 nclple the rule that warships In InIn inIn inin
In battle cannot repair their theircry theircry theltcry
cry and boilers at neutral neutralThe neutmlTht neutralTh t
The Th officials add that friction frictionMs frIc on onIjs I Lis
Ms minor question would be ex exsly exunfortunate exzy
sly unfortunate just at the time fmc
0 President Roosevelt Is assuming assuming1cate
1cate role of f trying to bring bringggerents
J ggerents g erents together
WiIIHe Will He Tame the Sen Senate Senateor ate ateor
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CARICATURE SKETCH OF R M LAFOLLETTE LAFOLLETTEGovernor LAFOLLETTEGovernor AFo1LETTEGovernor
Governor R RM M Lafollette of Wisconsin WI sconsfn As United States Senator SenatorLafollette SenatoLafollette SenatorLafollette
Lafollette faces the problem pro lem of will he tame the Senate or will the Senate Senatetame Senatetame Senatetame
tame the Senator
RADICAL REFORM INEQUITBlE IN INEQUITABLE
EQUITABLE MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENTRESOLUTIcNS
RESOLUTIcNS ADOPTED AT MEETING OF SOCIETY YESTERDAY YESTERDAYPRESAGE YESTERDAiPRESAGE YESTERDAPRESAGE
PRESAGE SWEEPING CURTAILMENT IN GENERAL EXPENSES EXPENSESAND EXPENSESAND EXPENSESAND
AND IMPORTANT CHANGES IN FINANCIAL POLICY POLICYMEETING POLICYEETING POLICYMEETING
MEETING WAS HARMONIOUS
By Associated Press PressNew PressNew I
New York June 7 Resolutions 7Resolutions1 7Resolutions1suggesting Resolutionssuggesting I Isuggesting
suggesting radical reform in the tMmanagement themanagement themanagement
i iAssurance
management of the Equitable Life LifeAssurance LifeAssurance iI I
Assurance Society were adopted at attodays attoda attodays
todays toda s meeting meeUI gof of the directors directorsThese directorsThese I IThese
These affect all the high officials ana1 ana1presage anal analpresage an anpresage
presage a sweeping curtailment of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the societysgeneral societys general expenses The Theresolutions Theresolutions TheresolutIons
resolutions also Imply many manylmpor manylmportant impor important Importhnt ¬
tant changes in the financial policy policyof policyofilie
of ofilie the society societyLast societyLast societyLast
Last weeks nomination committee committeeof committeeof
of seven which has been oeen een reduced to totwo totwo
two by b reason of resignations was to I
day reconstructed and requested reqa ted to tosubmit
submit a candidate for chairman of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the board at an adjourned meeting
board meeting Is called for next nextFriday nextFrlda
Friday Frlda Should the committee fail Jailto failto failto
to choose a chairman the members of ofthe ofthe
the directory d will Willbe be asked to 0 submit submitnames S submitnames ubmitnames
names of candidates candidatesTodlays candIdatesTo
Todlays To ays ys meeting was attended by
29 of the 38 remaining directors dlrectorsa a atotal atotal
total of twelve resignations having havingbeen haIngbeen havingbeen
been received since last Friday Frida From Fromall Fromall Fromall
all accounts there was complete har harmony harmony harmony ¬
mony of action between betweenothe the Alexan Alexander Alex n nder ¬
der and Hyde forces all resolutions resolutionsbeing resolutionsbeing resolutionsbeing
being unanimously adopted
United States Squadron SquadronSails SquadronSails SquadronSails
Sails for France Toda Today
By Associated Press PressNow PressNow PressNow
Now York June 7 7The The second secondsquadron secondsquadron secondsquadron
squadron of the North Atlantic fleet fleetconsisting fleetconsisting fleetconsisting
consisting of the armored cruiser cruiserBrooklyn cruls cruiserBrooklyn r rBrooklyn
Brooklyn and the protected cruisers cruisersChattanooga cruisersChattanooga cruisersChattanooga
Chattanooga Galveston anl Tacoma Tacomaselected Tacomaselected Tacomaselected
selected by thenavy the navy department to tobring tobring 0 0bring
bring the body of John Paul Jones Jonesfrom Jonesfrom Jonesfrom
from France will assembleoft a assemble sernble oft thenaal the thenaval thenaval
naval anchorage at Tompklnsvllle L LL LJ LI
L J today and will proceed onThurs on Thurs Thursday Thursday ¬
day to sea on their way to Cher Cherbourg < Cherbourg her ¬
bourg Off that port the casket con containing containing contaming
taining the body will be transferre transferreto tran trnnsferrelto ferrel ferrelto
to the Brooklyn Rear Admiral C D DSigsbee DSig5hee DSigsbee
Sigsbee who will be in command commandw will willboard wfllboard ll llboard
board his flagship oft of Tompkinsville Tompkinsvillethis
this afternoon afterno At the Brooklyn navy
yard carpenters have been bee busily en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged on the flagship completing an anoak anoak anoak
oak platform which is called the ma mahogany mahogany mahogany ¬
hogany sarcophagus meaning the themahogany themahogany themahogany
mahogany casing that Is to receive receivethe receIvethe receivethe
the leaden coffin containing the body bodyof hodyof bodyof
of the commander of the Bon Homme HommeRichard HommeRI HommeRichard
Richard RichardAdmiral RI RichardAdmiral hard hardAJmlralSigsbee
Admiral AJmlralSigsbee Sigsbee expects to make makethe makethe makethe
the voyage froL Sandy Hook to Cher Cherbourg Cherbourg Cberbourg ¬
bourg breakwater in about thirteen thirteendays thirteendays thirteendays
days daysOn
On its arrival at Cherbourg the thesquadron thesquadron thesquadron
squadron will be met by the French Frenchwarships Frenchwarships Frenchwarships
warships that are to participate in inthe Inthe inthe
the final tribute in French waters watersTen watersTen watersTen
Ten days after its arrival the squad squadron squadron squadron ¬
ron it Is expected will sail for or An Annapolis Annapolls n ¬
napolis nap lls
The Fates 1F IL1tes Are hut They Q5ve 9 ve Us AH Al Om Own OwnAfter OwuiiAfter n nAfter
After we have advertised adve t sed fo for it t The Journals Journalswant Journaswant journaVswant
want ads are read by thousands rhousandsbesides besides yourself yourseHC
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PUNS HAD ADBEEN ADBEENCAREfUll BEEN BEENCARErULLY BNCARFULLY
CARErULLY YlJID YlJIDAnd lAIDAnd LAID LAIDAnd
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to tonsureSuccess Insure Success of ofNew ofNew I
New Govern Government Government Governmcnt ¬
ment mentNO
NO ILL FEELING AGAINST KING KINGOSCAR KINGi KINGOSCAR KINGOSCAR i
OSCAR OR HIS HISDVNASTY HISDVNASTYPRINCE f PVNASTYi PVNASTYiI PVNASTYiPRINCE DYNASTY DYNASTYPRINCE
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PRINCE OF HOUSETOP HOUS HOUSOF OF BERNA BERNADOTTE BERNAI BERNADOTTE ¬ I
DOTTE MAY iE E OFFERED OFFFREDNOR OFFFREDNORWEGIAN NOR NORWEGIAN ¬
WEGIAN CROWN CROWNOSCAR CROWNOSCAR OSCAR PRO PROTESTS PRo1 PRo1TESTS PROTESTS ¬
TESTS AGAINST ACTION
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By Associated Press PressChristiana Pre PrehIistlana PressChristiana
Christiana < Norwa Norway June 7 7Nor 7NorVa 7Norivay Nor NorTvay
Tvay Va from today is a fully Independent Indepen Independent Independent ¬
dent and sovereign state This Thlswas TWswa Thiswas
wa was the text of editorials In Norwe Norwegian Norwegian Norwegian ¬
gian papers and reflects the spirit spiritwith spiritwith spiritwith
with which the people of Norway ac accept a acept accept ¬
cept todays to ys action of the th Storthing Storthingwhen Storthingwhen Storthingwhen
when it proclaimed King Oscar no nolonger nolonger nolonger
longer the king of Norway in a areso aresolutlon reso resolution resolutlon ¬
lutlon adopted unanimosly and with without without without ¬
out debate A proclamation was is issued issued issued ¬
sued tonight by b the Storthing in inwhich inwhich Inwhich
which it called upon the people to tosupport tosupport tosupport
support its action and to i obey thegovernment the thegovernment thegovernment
government governmentThe
The proceedings throughout through ut the mo momentous mOm mem ¬
mentous m ntous session of the Storthing St thlng weremarked weremarked were weremarked
marked by supreme good goo order and andby andb apdby
b by the utmost dignity The T eplanshad eplanshadbeen plans bad badbeen hadbeen
been most carefully prepared before beforehand beforehand beforeband ¬
hand and nothing had been beenoml omitted e to tosecure toseCure tosecure
secure the Inauguratknrof the llew llewgovernment newgovernment new newgovernment
government under underthe the test b bestanspIces bestanspIcesThat st auspices anSpiceSThat auspicesThat
That < the feeling was Intense lntensewas lntensewasevldehced was wasevidenced wasevldenceby
evidenced evldenceby I by > y a agreatr great greatpeoile greateMt jrJnsilof jrJnsilofpeople g < iJ iJeoJle
people eoJle outside the thethe StoTtSfclT g gt nTios nTiosthe
the t esesslon session and a ndafter after announcement announcementlot
lot of the result of the proceedings the thequiet thequiet thequiet I
quiet respect shown the members as asthey asthey
they the left the building buildingThe buildingThe buildingThe I
The Storthing StorthlngwilJ will if necessary de defend defend dofend ¬
fend the steps taken today by b force forceof forceof I Ia
of arms a L
If the Prince of Bernadotte should shouldconsent shouldconsent shouldconsent
consent to occupy he throne of Nor Norway Norway Norway ¬
way he must give up all idea of suc succession succcsion suecession ¬
cession to the Swedish throne throneI
j I In an address ad ress to King Oscar it was wasj
j t declared that no ill feeling was enter entertained entertalned entertamed
tamed against him or his dynasty in inthe inI inthe
the Swedish nation He was asked askedto askedto askedto
to cooperate in selectng a young youngprince youngprince youngprince
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prince of of the House of Bernadotte to tooccupy tooccup tooccupy
occupy the throne of Norway Norwaycar Ncrwa NcrwaI
I It is nol anticipated that King Os Oscar Oscar
car will consent to any prince of the theHouse theI thetHouse
House of Bernadotte accepting the theNorwegian theNbrwegian theNtfrwegian
I Norwegian crown Should the king kingrefuse kingrefuse kingrefuse
refuse there is a possibility that the thethrone thethrone thethrone
throne may be ouered to Prince PrinceWaldemar PrinceWaldemar PrinceWaldemar
Waldemar the third son of King KingChristian KingChristian KingChristina
Christian of Denmark The people of ofDenmark ofDenmark ofDenmark
Denmark largely sympathize with the theNorwegian theNorwegian theNorwegian
Norwegian demands
I KING OSCAR MAKES MAKESEMPHATIC j jI
I EMPHATIC PROTEST PROTESTStockholm PROTESTStockholm
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Stockholm June 7 7Klng King Oscar Osc r has hastelegraphed hastcle hastelegraphed
telegraphed tcle raphed al d Berner president of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Storthing Storhinginformlng informing him that he hehad hehad hehad
had telegraphe the premier Michel MichelIseri MichelI
Iseri I I se sen emphatically protesting against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the action of the council of state stateNewspapers stateNewspaper i iNewspapers
Newspapers of Stockholm com commenting commentlng cornmenting ¬
menting upon the action of the Stor Storthing StorJ StorJthi Storthing ¬
thing thi g declare that devolution has been beenaccomplished beenaccomplished beenaccomplished
accomplished but the union not dis dissolved dissolved dissolved ¬
solved as Sweedens sanction is nec necessary necessary necessary ¬
essary in order to complete the dis disI d1sI disruption
I ruption rupUonRESOLUTION ruptionRESOLUTION ruptionRESOLUTION
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RESOLUTION THAT THATDEPOSED THATDEPOSED THATDEPOSED
DEPOSED THE KING KINGj KINGChristiana KINGChristiana
j Christiana Norway June June1At 7 7At At the theopening theopening theopenlng
opening of the session the government governmentquished governmentI
I info informed ed the6torthlng the erorthing that itreUn itreUnquished it relin relinquished
quished office today The Storthing Storthingthereupon Storthlngthereupon Storthingthereupon
thereupon and andwlthout without debate passed passedthe passedthe passedthe
the following resolution resolutionWhereas resolutionWhereas resolutionWhereas
Whereas the members of the coun council councii ¬
ell of state have laid down their of offices 0 0ficesand offlees
flees ficesand ficesandWhereas and andWhereas andWhereas
Whereas his majesty the king kinghas kingbas kinghas
has declared himself unable to estab estabHsh estaIlIsh cstablish >
lIsh a J new n v government g ven ment for the coun country country
try and andWhereas andWhereas andWhereas
Whereas the constitutional regal regalpower regalpower I Ipower
power thus becomes inoperative the theStorthing theStorthlng theStorthing
Storthing authorizes the members members of ofthe orthe ofthe
the council of state who retired to today toI toIda tojday
day da to exercise until further notice as asthe asthe I Ithe
the Norwegian government the power powerappertaining power1appertalning I Iappertaining
appertaining to the th king in inaccordancci inaccordancciWIth accordance accordancewith accordance1With
with Norways Norwaysconstitution constitution and ex existing exl exIsting ¬
isting laws with those changes which whichare which1 whichare
are necessitated by b the fact that the theI 1
I union with Sweden under one king iSj iSjdissolved Isi Isidissolved isdissolved
dissolved In consequence of the king kinghaving Jdng1 Jdng1having kinghaving
having ceased to act ct as a Norwegian Norwegianking Norwegianking Norwegianking
king kingr 51 r Michaelseh l the retiring premier premieraccepted premieraccepted premieraccepted
accepted in behalf of the government governmentthe
the = honor bonorand and difficult task with1 with1which with1which I Iwhich
which the Storthing has entrusted it itFive itFive I IFive
Five social democrats en ocrats dissented dissentedfrom dissentedtrom dissentedfiin
from the address of the king kingIt kingit
It it is expected that the Storthing StorthingContinued S orlh1ng orlh1ngContinued
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DRASTICORDERS DRASTICORDERS
ORDERSIssued ORDERSlssuedbyPhiladeIpliia ORDERS
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lssuedbyPhiladeIpliia lssuedbyPhiladeIpliiaMayor Issued by byP Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMayor iladelphiaMayor
Mayor to t Prevent PreventIllegal PreventIllega PreveAtIllegal
Illegal Voting at atElections atElections atElections1
Elections ElectionsCOLONIZATION ElectionsCOLONIZATION Elections1COLONILIUION
COLONIZATION BY BYCITY BYCITY BYCITY
CITY EMPlOyffS EMPlOyffSCHARGED
CHARGED < BY REFORMERS FOR A ANUMBER ANUMBER ANUMBER
NUMBER OF YEARS PAST PASTPO PASTPOLICEMEN PASTPOLICEMEN PO POLICEMEN ¬
LICEMEN AND FIREMEN AL ALLEGED ALt ALLEGED ALLEGED ¬
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LEGED TO HAVE CONDUCTED CONDUCTEDBOARDING CONDUCTEDBOARDING CONDUCTEDBOARDING
BOARDING HOUSES HOUSESBy HOUSESBy I IBy
By Associated Press PressPhiladelphia PressPhiJade1phia PressPhiladelphia
Philadelphia June June7layo1 7 7Mayor Mayor Wea Weaver Weaver Weaver ¬
ver today instructed Director of Pub Public Public Publie ¬
lic Safety Potter to Issue an order to toemployes tOI tOIemployes toemployes
employes of the seven sev n departments departmentsunder departmentsunder
I Iunder
under the latters control directing directingthem directingthem directingthem
them to examine the list of voters in intheir Intheir intheir
their respective divisions and report reportby reportby reportb3r
by Saturday next the number numb i of ofvoters ofvoters ofvoters
voters registered from residences and andthe andthe andthe
the number of actual voters entitled entitledto
to vote from their homes homesThe homesThe homesThe
The mayor notified employes that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the city W was s entitled to their the entire entiretime enUretime entiretime
time and that they cannot conduct conductboarding conductboarding conductboarding
boarding houses Reformers Refo erg > > for fora foranumber a anumber anumber
number of years have alleged alle ed that thatpolicemen thatpolicemen hatllceinen
policemen llceinen and andfiremen firemen have used usedtheir usedtheirhomesfor used4heir
their theirhomesfor homes for the purpose pU01OSeQ of cole colocharged caloiJzl colei
iJzl g V t j DrSomiJ lristnnte3 i tan Jhey Jheycharged ey eycharged
charged the th organization with withsessing Wlthsessing withsessing
sessing from five fi to ten boarders at atthe atthe t tthe
the homes of ofa a number of the city cityemployes citycmployes cityemployes
employes employesThe cmployesThe employesThe
The order or erof of Mayor Weaver is re regarded regarded regarded ¬
garded as the most drastic and far farreaching farreaching farreaching
reaching ever issued in the political politicalhistory politicalhistory politicalhistory
history of the city cit
BIG BI DONATION TO TOCOLORADO TOCOLORADO TO4 TO4COLORADO
COLORADO COLORADO COLLEGE COLLEGEColorado COLLEGEColorado COLLEGEColorado
Colorado Springs Colo Cob June 7 7General 7General 7General
General William J Palmer of this city cityand cityand cityand
and Andrew Carnegie have donated donatedrespectively donatedrespectively donatedrespectively
respectively 100000 and 50000 as a aneucleus aneucleus aneucleus
neucleus to the 500000 endowment endowmentfund endowmentfund endowmentfund
fund the Colorado College is raising
ANTIPRIMARY ANTIPRIMARYCROWD CROWD TOOK TOOKDEFEAT TOOKDEfEAT TOOKDEFEAT
DEFEAT GOOD NATUREDLY NATUREDLYReconciliation NATUREDlYReconcIliation
Reconciliation of Opposing OpposingFactions Factions so Soon SoonWas SoonWas SoonWas
Was Unlooked for and Caused Consid Considerable Considerable Considarabic ¬
erable Comment CommentUpon Upon the Streets
ROUVIER IS ISIN ISIN ISIN
IN CHARGE CHARGETook
Took Too up Active Duties Dutiesof
of French Foreign ForeignOffice Foreignomee ForeignOffice
Office Yester Yesterday Yesterday Yesterday1 ¬
day dayAPPOINTMENT dayAPP01NTMENI day1APPO1NTMENITO
APPOINTMENT APPO1NTMENITOB TO TOBE TOBE
BE B PERMANENT PERMANENTPRESIDENT PERM NENT NENTPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT AND PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENTDESIRE PARLIAMENTDESIRE PARLIAMENTDESIRE
DESIRE ROUVIER TO SURREN SURRENDER SURRENDER SURRENDER ¬
DER PORTFOLIO OF FINANCE FINANCEANDGIVE FINANCEAND FINANCEANDGIVE
ANDGIVE AND GIVE ENTIRE ATTENTION ATTENTIONTO ATTENTIONTO
TO FOREIGN SITUATION SITUATIONBy
By Associated Press PressParis PressParis PressParis
Paris June 7 7Premier Premier Rouvler Rouvlerminister Ronvlerminister Ronvierminister
minister of foreign affairs took up upthe upthe upthe
the active actlvedlrectlon direction of the foreign foreignoffice foreignoffice foreignoffice
office today conferring with the thechiefs thechiefs thechiefs
chiefs of departments upon various variouspending variousl variouslpending varibuspending
pending questions Jules Cambothe Cambon Cambonthe Cambonthe
the French ambassador to Spain Spainwhose Spainwhose I Iwhose
whose name has been mentioned as asthe asthe asthe
the possible successor to M Delcasse Delcassewas Delcassewas Delcassewa
was wa among the callers at the foreign foreignoffice foreigne foreignoffice
office e but M Rouviers permanent pcrmanentretenti re retention yetentlon ¬
tention tenti n of the portfolio of foreign af affairs aflairs a afairs ¬
fairs is now considered settled as asPresident asPresident asPresident
President Loubet and parliament wishhim wishhim wish wishhim
him to surrender the portfolio of offinance offinance offinance
finance and give his undivided undivi W d atten attention attention attentioa ¬
tion to the thefore1gusituatltn t foreign situation Either Eitherformer Eitherformer EitherforBier
former Minister Mliri er ofpublic Instruction JnstructionIPOIncare InstructionIPbincare InstrucUonlP
IPbincare lP lncare onformer o fo er Mim Mf MIiffjteL l te e of i Public PublicWoEkla PublIcsucceed
WoEkla i Q 5pUIJrobaby Jt robabY succeed succeedM
M Rouvler R t vteraS s minister of finance financeImportant financeImportant
II Important ImportanfdiPlomatl diplomatic changes are also alsothought alsothmght alsothought
thought likely to be made as asa a result resultof resultof resultto
to of 4he < th cabinetChanges One report reportis reportus
i us is that the Marquis M r uis of Reverseaux ofReverscauxI Reverseauxambassador Roverseauxambassador
ambassador at Vienna will succeed succeedM
I M Bihourd as a S ambassador ambass dor at Berlin Berlinand Berlinand Berlinand
and that Jules TutesCambon Cambon may m y be trans transferred transterred transerred ¬
erred to St 51 Petersburg Petershu The officials officialsdo
I do not confirm these reports saying sayingIt
It is too early to forecast the changes changesresulting changesresulting changesresulting
I resulting from the new regime regimeWashington regimeI regimeWashington
Washington Editor Dead DeadWashington DeadWashl DeadWashington
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Washington Washl gton June 7 7Beriah Beriah Wil Wilkins Will Wilkins
kins editor and nd proprietor of the theWashington theWashington
l Washington Post died here today
Games Played Wednesday Wednesdayon
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Southern League WashingtonDetroit it game postponed postponedAtlanta postponedAtlanta postponedAtlanta
Atlanta 5 Little Rock 3 3lIontgom Montgom milt Philadelphia 0 0 Chicago S Boston Bostoncry Bostonery BostonciT
cry 7 Shreveport 2 Nashville 2 Menf 2 St Louis 1 New YorkCleveland YorkClevelandphis YorkClevelamlPhiS
phis 8 Birmingham 6 New NevOrleans Orleans 0 Ogame game postponed rain rainSouth rainSouth rainSouth
South Atlantic Atlan ic National League LeagueMacon Leagulacon3 LeagueMacon
Macon lacon3 3 Augusta 3 ten Innings St Louis 4 Philadelphia 7 Cincin CincinCplumbus ClncinColumbus CincinColumbus
Columbus 2 Jacksonville 6 Savan nati 5 Brooklyn 4 Pittsburg 10 Bos Bosnah Bosnah Bosnah
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Official Returns City CityElection CityElection CityElection
Election June G9 6 1905 1905Precincts
Precincts 12 12Mayor 13 14 15 Totl Tot Slaj MajIayor IaJ IaJMayor
Mayor MayorCHAS MayorCHAS IayorCHAS
CHAS H BLISS BLISSRIX BLISS402 402 283 182 362 1229 428 428lUX 423mx
RIX M ROBINSON ROBINSONC ROBINSON22 22 11 13 22 68 68C 68C
C L LSHlNEu SHINE SHINEC 242 122 140 297 801 801c 801C
C H WELLS WELLSMarshal ELLS 3 1 5 8 17 17Iarshal 17Marshal
Marshal MarshalC Iarshalc
C F SCHAI SCHAIFRANK SCH 302 246 380 W1357 1357 625 625FRANKW 65FRANIWHJIY
FRANK FRANKW FRANIWHJIY WILD WILDTax 224 109 95 304 732 732Tax 732Tax
Tax Collector CollectorN
N MeK OERTING OERTINGJNO OERTJNG23 2 3 146 136 287 832 832mo 832Jo
JNO CARY WHlTING WHITINGCity 354 250 186 335 1125 1125293 1125293CIty 293 293City
City Treasurer TreasurerTVM TreasurerI
TVM W r G DAILY DAILYJOS DAILYuu DAILY38t 381 268 185 305 1142 623 623TOS 623JOS
JOS I JOHNSON JOHNSONMANSFIELD JOHNSON143 143 78 82 216 519 519MANSFlDLD
MANSFIELD 1ANS1 LD MORENO MORENOJAMES MQR NO 34 17 7 33 26110 26110FAME 26 110 1 1JAMES
JAMES FAME STEARNS STEARNSChief STEARNS1 < < I 47 23 3 18 71 159 159Chief
Chief Fire Ire Repartmenl RepartmenlJOHN RepartJpentJOlLi RepartmentJOmN
JOHN BARER BARERNW 19 i 102 134 275 710 710W 71OW
NW W R BICKER BICKERJAS BlCKEIt2t5 161 133 17723 178 723 13 13TAS 13JAS
JAS C CCLARKE CLARKE CLARKEJ 41 26 11 25 103 103J
J GEO WHITE WHITEAlderman W1ITEu148 133 6 62 < 144 487 487Alde 437Alderman
Alderman Alde an at Large L ige Precinct 12CHAS 12 12CHAS 12CHAS
CHAS H ILGIN GINGLES GINGLESWM GINGLIES343 LES 343 235 171 383 1132 391 397L
WM L MQYER MQYERPrecinct MOYER245 IP 130 113 247 735 73SPrecinct
Precinct 15 15A 10A 15A
A GREENHUT GREENHUTWM GREENHUT169 100 106 239 6t4 614 4 4WM
WM W L HAYES HAYESPrecinct IIAYES361 264 189 349 1163 549 549Precinct 549precinct
Precinct Alderman 12 12A 2 2A I
A s cox coxA 189 < 189 189A 189AnpAL4EIBmtTE405
A AnpAL4EIBmtTE405 H HR ALEMBERTE ALEMBERTEPrecinct A T m JntTE 405 > 405 216 216Precinct 216Precinct
Precinct 13 13O 13O
O M PRTOR PRTORP 93 9 93 93P 9 9P
P K YONGE t tPrecinct 309 309 216
Precinct 14 14JAS 14JAS 14JAS >
JAS McHUGH McHUGHALEX 190 19 lo 6 6ALEX 62 62ALEX
ALEX ZELIUS ZELIUSPrecinct u 128 J28 J28Precinct 128Precinct
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T S Sw CASIO CASIOi C 226 226 22SW
i W B L WRIGHT 339 39i 339 3 11f
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MET IN CITY CITYUAll HALL HALLAnd HALLAnd
And Defeated Candi Candidate Candidate ¬
date Congratulated CongratulatedHis
His Successful SuccessfulOpponent SuccessfulOpponent SuccessfulOpponent
Opponent OpponentMUCH
1 1MUCH
MUCH MONEY CHANGED CH NGED HANDS HAND3UPON HANDSUPON HANDSUPON
UPON THE RESULT OF THE THEMUNICIPAL THEMUNICIPAL TH TH1UN1CIPAL
MUNICIPAL ELECTION ELECToIONSPE ELECTIONSPECU1ATION SPECU SPECUIATION u utA1110N
IATION REGARDING PROBABLE PROBABLEAPPOINTMENTS PROBABLEAPPDINTMENTS PROBABLgAPPOINTMENTS
APPOINTMENTS BY NEW EXE EXECUT1VE EXECUTIVEOF EXECUTIVE
CUT1VE CUTIVEOF OF PENSACOLA PENSACOLAMany PENSACOIJAMany PENSACOLAMany
Many Incidents connected withthe withtheelection with the theelection theelection
election of Tuesday came to light lightyesterday llghtyesterday lightyesterday
yesterday which had not been noticed noticedduring noticedduring noticedduring
during the heat of the fight and per persons persons perSOnS ¬
sons who had been working against againsteach agairuteach I
each other for the past two or three threeweeks threeweeks threeweeks
weeks gathered together and enjoyed enjoyedthe enjoyedthe enjoyedthe
the many happenings which made the thecampaign thacampaign thecampaign
campaign Interesting 4L
Yesterday morning when the cltl cltlzens cltlzens clUzens
zens began to gather about the streets 1
the Primary crowd had the laugh on ontheir ontheir
their opponents and while there was wasconsiderable wasconsIderable wasconsiderable
considerable jollying It was all good goodnatured goodnatured goodnatured
natured The AntiPrimary people peopltook
took their defeat deCeatgood good naturedly naturedlywhile natured I Iwhile
while their opponents who had won woasuch wonsuch c csuch I
such a sweeping victory were also in inthe
the same mood and did not care to tocarry tocarry tocarry
carry their joking to extremes After Aftersuch AftersuCh AftersUCh
such a hard and bitter fight ght the therecon thereconclling recon reconciling reconoiling ¬
oiling of the factions was something
unlooked for and was commented commentedupon commente1upon commentedupon
upon by many manyCongratulated manyCongratulated manyCongratulated
Congratulated by Mr Shine ShineYesterday ShineYest ShineYestrday
Yesterday Yest rdayal at noon MayorElect Bliss Blisspaid BUsspaid BIisspaid
paid a visit to the th tlOC1tyha1l > cltyhall Y ha11 where the the1oard
Board of Canvassers was In session sessiongoing sessiongoing sessiongoing
going over the returns of the elec election ole e1etion oletion ¬
tion While there Mr Bliss met Ills nlsopponent flisopponent Illsopponent
opponent Mr Shine and the latter latterextended latterextended latterextended
extended his hand and congratulated congratulatedhim < r
him upon his election Mr Ir Bliss alco alsocongratulated alcocongratulated alcocongratulated
congratulated Mr Shine upon the theclean theclean t tclean
clean campaign that he had conducted conductedpersonally conductedpersonally l
personally personallyMuch personaUyMuch personallyMuch
Much money changed hands on the theresult theresult r rresult i
result of the election While most ot otthe ofthe 1 i
the wagers were made upon the may mayoralty mayOralty ¬ j jamIty
oralty candidates the marshal fire firechief firechief i
chief tax ta collector and treasurer races racesalso j I Ialso I
also came in for some heavy betting 4
It was conservatively estimated ¬
yes yesterday yesterday yesterday
terday that at least 8000 changed changedhands change1hands changedhands
hands Some large sums were won wonby wonby 1
by individuals who backed their fav favorites favorites ¬ i iorites
orites with sums amounting to from
500 to 2000 Most of this money moneywill moneywill
will be turned over to the winners to today t today ¬ 4 j jday
day some of it having been turned turnedover turne1over turnedover
over yesterday yesterdayWhen yesterdayWhen yesterdayWhen
When the last vote ote was counted In InPrecinct InPrecinct i
Precinct No 12 after midnight Itwas it itwas Itwas
was found that It was a straight Dem Democratic ¬ i iocratic 1
ocratic ticket every nominee of the theparty thoparty 1 1party
party having been voted for This Thiswould ThisWOUId Thiswould
would have passed unnoticed nnno ti ced but bU t for forthe forthe
the fact that the first ballot drawn drawnfrom drawnfrom J il
from the box when the vote commenc commenced comm nc nced ¬
ed was an exact duplicate of the last lastone lastone 1t
one 4 t tSpeculation
Speculation on Appointments AppointmentsThe
The selection of officials to serve serveunder serveunder serveunder
under the new administration was tho thocause thocause thecause
cause of much interest and talk upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the streets last night The new coun councilmen c counoilmen un uncilmen
cilmen as well as the old ones were werelikewise werelikewise 4 4likewise
likewise interested and the matter matterwas matterwas matterwas
was fully discussed In private Wno Whothe Wnothe Wnothe
the new mayor will appoint to the of offices offlees ¬
flees under his control was not Inti Intimated In Inmated Intimated ¬
mated matedAn matedAn matedAn
An amusing incident Is related as ashaving ashaving aghaving
having occurred in Precinct 12 A Acolored Acolored i
colored voter who asked for assist assistance assistance aszlstance ¬
ance in voting on the ground that he hecould heconld hecould
could not see was requested to say saywho saywho saywho
who he wanted to vote for Wellboss Well Wellboss Wellboss
boss you know kno he replied I aint aintspecially aintspecially aintspecially
specially quainted wif any o de can candidates candidates candidates
didates but I wants to vote foh oh MIs MIstah MIstah MIstah
tah C L L Shine foh mayor and Mlstin MlstinRix MIstaRix IisUhRlx
Rix M Robinson for marshal marshalTO marshaLTO marshaLTOSITTLTHE
TO TOSITTLTHE TOSITTLTHECHICAGO SETTLE THECHICAGO THE I
CHICAGO CnlCAGOSTRIKE CnlCAGOSTRIKEFER STRIKE STRIKECOMMITTEE STRIKCOMMITTEE
COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO CON CONFER i iFER
FER WITH EMPLOYES RE REGARDING REGARDING RECARPING ¬
GARDING SETTLEMENT SETTLEMENTBy SETTLEME T S SBy
By Associated Press PressChicago PressCh1 PressChicago
Chicago Ch1 ago June 7 7Prospects Prospects for a asettlement asettlement asettlement 1
settlement of the teamsters strike are arebrighter arebrighter arebrighter
brighter today now that a committee committeehas commfbthas commItteehas
has been appointed by the teamsters teamstersjoint teamstersjoint teamstergjoint >
joint council to negotiate with the theEmployers he e j g
Employers Association which Is will willing willlug ¬
ing to confer with wit any committee committeehaving committeehaving J Jhaving 1h
having power to act actAt actAt actAt
At strike headqaarters > it is sale salethat salthat saIdthat
that unless every demand is conceded concedednow Onceddnow nced d dnow
now the commIttee commltteecunot caanot settle settletlUI settletlUIQ the tfeestrike ther
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