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WEATHER rOMCABT: TOMORROW, CIOUDT, CHICAGO STRIKE IS COSTING A FORTUNE EVERY DAY IT LASTS Extra Police Bill Is $8,000 a Day, Deputy Sheriff $3,000, Strikers $3, 000 Besides the Immense Losses to Business Interests and in Wages— Sheriff and Police Act Together— No Troops Will be Called Out Un less Absolutely Necessary. (Scripps News Association.) CHICAGO, May s.—Besides para lyzing commerce nnd causing death or injury to a score of people daily, the teamsters' strike is entailing a daily cost of $60,000 to the city gov ernment, strikers and employers. The dally police bill aggregates 18000, extra deputy sheriffs cost the county $3000, while the employers nre expending $15,000 in wages to strike breakers. Private detectives are also n big Item, Aside from the loss in [ wages, the teamsters are said to be expending 88000 daily in maintaining the strike. The loss to business and other Incidentals easily make the to tal $80,000 dally. After a conference between Mayor Dunne and Sheriff Barrett it was de cided that the deputy sheriffs should work In harmony with the police "for the hest Interests of the city. The sheriff has announced that he will ask for state troops In case he can not 1 control the disorderly element, The governor has practically left the mat-' ter of calling troops to the local 1 authorities. Chief O'Neill this morning ordered' the arrest of all persons who per- StStently follow wagons manned by 1 Strike breakers. It is believed this ! onler will have n marked tendency to' p,event disorders. Huge caravans of' WagOtfs started out this morning un der a police guard. During the first two hours only minor disturbances occurred. President Onmpers of the American Federation of Labor Is taking a poll of the executive council on the propo sition to attempt a settlement of the Chicago strike. A decision Is expect-! Ed by tomorrow. I POLICE INK II IttUT WfIOLESALE DICTCLE Iff A. Hansen, who was hound over to the superior court by Judge Hlnkle a few days ngo, Is supposed to be tho wholesale bicycle thief who has been making things lovely for the Wheelmen about the city. Detective Maodonald went to Han sen's eld room this morning to see what he had there and found pieces of perhaps 1(1 wheels. Maedonald says the room looked like a workshop. tine nf the wheels stolen was found In the loom. The tag number was S6. The comptroller's Office states that tlie tag Is the property of 1». A. JUDGE KENNON SEVERS SEVERAL MARTIAL KNOTS Dora Oldenberg was given a di vorce from Fred Oldenberg this morn ing by Judge Kennnn. She alleges that she and the defendant were mar ried In April, 1!"0|, and within one month he accused her of being untrue and kept up the aocusatlona until it became unbearablei That he even ac cused her In the presence of neigh* bors Slid her children, those of her former husband. That she went to live With her people, but returned MENDED HIS AND WAS Miss It. Purge's former sweetheart, 3. C. Palmer, concluded to marry an other girl nnd she puts her Injured feelings at $2000 In a complaint tiled today. Bite alleges thnt o n May 1, 1904, She and flalmer mutuallj agreed to be married on January 1, HHI6, and that she wns perfectly willing to marry him. That he refused to marry her and Instead of keeping his word, on March 16, married one Jenny Squires, thereby Injuring her 12000. The Spokane Press. A large number of pickets were stationed about tlie yards of the I'ea body Coal company this morning for the purpose of preventing deliveries to the Union Traction company. A hundred negro teamsters were taken to the yards under police escort. South Water street commission men this morning requested the express companies to begin the delivery nnd collection of consignments in the street, despite the threat of union teamsters to quit If the attempt was made. The commission men claim to be losing $100,000 a day. Four men were arrested ns the re sult of a riot at Forty-sixth street and Lawrence avenue, in which two wagons of Marshall Field were at tacked by a hundred strikers and sympathizers. Drivers of the Nation al Dead company and Ilealh-Milligan company Joined the strike today. Out of 178 strike breakers who left Kan sas City on the Rock Island train only 82 arrived In Chicago. Others deserted when Informed a strike was on in Chicago. Labor leaders and others to the number of a hundred who were named In Judge Kolsoot's strike Injunction today, through at torneys, challenged the legality of the injunction order und denied the right of a master in chancery to take their testimony. The question will be argued before Judge Kolsaat Tuesday. Thirty drivers for the Walsh-Boyle Orocery company struck this morning because two of their number were dis charged for refusing to deliver goods to a boycotted house. Teamsters of four other grocery firms are expected to go out today. MagnUSOn, HI Browne street. The wheel is a new one of tlie Rambler make. The rims have been painted over. Hansen Is the man caught In Dav enport recently for stealing a wheel. Officer Dial went to get him. Dial says he Is a man of many names. He gave the officer the name of J. Peterson at Davenport, J. Anderson when they got on the train, Denis Borenaon Just before they reached Spokane ami A. Hansen when he was being booked at the station. Hansen was rooming in the Dean block at the time of his arrest. with the understanding he would not accuse her of the wrong again. He renewed his accusations and she ap piled for divorce. Mabel Klrkpatrlck wns granted a divorce from Robert Kiikpatilek by Judge Kennnn this morning on the grounds of desertion and nonsupport. She alleged that she was married to defendant in Michigan In IK.ii and that In November, 1!»03, defendant de serted her nnd has not provided for her since. SOCKS THEN JILTED She ndds that he refused to pny her for services rendered. These services consisted, according to the papers. In mending his socks nnd other wearing apparel und In performing other menial service In his behalf. J. D. WalfOrd Of 913 Ninth avenue reports to the polloe that someone stole his garden hose, 50 feet of It, some time during the night, PCOPIfS' 11 is mum in Illinois (Scrlpps News Association.) SPRINOFIELD, 111., May 6.—The senate this afternoon killed the bill giving municipalities the right to fix the price of gas, by a vote of 24 to 16. HILL ASKS UNCLE SAM FOR COAL (Scrlpps News Association.) WASHINGTON, May s.—Owing to a shortage of coal In the far east, due to the war, President Hill of the Great Northern has requested the navy department's permission to pur chase from the American naval sup ply In the orient enough to supply the steamship Minnesota on her return trip to the Pacific coast. It Is said Ills request will be granted. japs in mvm (Scrlpps News Association.) PARIS, May 5.—A dispatch from St. Petersburg says Rojestvensky has Informed the Russian admiralty of the presence of Japanese warships in the territorial waters of tho Dutch portion of the Island of Romeo. If the report is verified, Russia will pro test to the Netherlands government. STOLE COAT, PAWNED IT Charles A. Jones wns bound over to the superior court today by Judge Hlnkle on the charge of burglary. Jones went to the room of R, A. Cameron, No. 1 Hale block, and took 1 mil OH TOW DRAHD nCW INNIKE WW. Mr. Acuff's campaign for mayor de veloped v new feature In Insurance which prevails among the mill owners of Spokane. The new scheme Is a geni and certainly ought to recom mend Itself to every employer of la bor who knows a "good thing when he sees it. According to the men employed at Mr. Acuff's mill, they must pay a certain amount weekly for insurance. It was never quite clear to the men WEYMOUTH SLATED TO BE REMOVED TONIGHT F. P. Weymouth, water commis sioner. Is slated for removal nt the hands of his republican friends at to night's meeting of the city council. John Wetzel Is his probable successor if the deal can be put through, The republicans plan to work May or Byrne's scheme of patronage steal ing from the Incoming democrats. The republicans are aware that the public will no longei endure Weymouth and that it would bo useless to reappoint him. Hence the choice of another man. There was talk this morning that Chief of Police Waller would be re moved by Boyd and foimer Chief Woydt would be appointed to succeed him. Hut lloyd'a friends do not be lieve he would stultify himself to SPOKANE, WASHINGTON,.FRIDAY, MAYS, 1905. Cameron's overcoat. He took it out and pawned It for $4. Jones says that he did not expect to pawn the coat, but was with a couple of his friends and .wanted to buy them a drink. He told the judge that he would like to be let go and he would get a ticket for his home in North Carolina and go home. Several of his friends testified to his good character at his home. Judge Hinkle would not stand for the story as the young man had been in the court once before. MARTIAL LAW AND MURDERS IN RUSSIA (Scripps News Association.) TOMSK, Western Siberia, May 5.— Martial law was declared at the col lieries in Angerm Soudja. WARSAW, Poland, May s.—Work wns resumed at many factories today despite the efforts of the social demo crats. Inspector Abrahhmovtcz. who Is re garded by the people as responsible for the massacre of May 1, was found dead today with five bullets in his body. GOLL HAS A HEARING (Scripps News Association.) MILWAUKEE, Wis.. May 5.—-The preliminary hearing of former Assist ant Cashier (101 lof the First National hank was continued today for 10 days In the meantime he was released on $15,000 bail. GROfviOVOI IS AT SEA ST. PF.TT7RSP.rRG. May s—lt Is announced that the Russian armored cruiser Gromovoi has left Vladivo stok. TEN THOUSAND WAITERS STRIKE TIFI.IS, Caucasia, May I.—Ten thousand domestics and wslters In this city struck today. What the nature of this Insurance was. They claim they were led to believe that it was to Insure them against Injur/ and they supposed a certain Indemnity would be theirs In case of Injury. Hut when a workman was Injured und nothing came to the man for time lost In consideration of the amount he had Pnhl for Insurance some Investigating wns done, which developed the following, which, If true, is the coldest blooded swindle yet worked on underpaid workmen. The insurance, upon investigation stub an extent as to remove his own appointee without cause and apyolnt as his successor a man whom he pro fessed to have removed for cause. I The whole plan Is denied by the I republican haulers. Many prominent j republicans stated this morning that the party leaders were too wise to play such peanut polities ns putting In Woydt or trying to remove Engi neer QUI alter ills water works plans had been approved by Engineer Fan ning. when Mayor-elect Floyd Daggetl was asked what action he would take jln the event of the proposed changes being made, he said: "I will not be mayor until May it, Than i win go what, In my judgment. Is the best for the city, but I will not try to j cross the bridge before I get to It." runt's SHUT on I MOID —— (Scrlpps News Association.) SAD.KM, Ore., May s.—Frank Gug lielmo, convicted of the murder Of Teresa Garacia of Portland, June 14, 1904, was executed In the state prison In this city this afternoon. He spoke 10 minutes on the scaffold, accusing the father of the girl as being re sponsible for the crime. Gaetano Garacia, the father of the victim, who swore he would not shave until the crime had been avenged, made a bee line for a barber shop after the hanging. RUSSIAN TROOPS REVOLTED AND MANY WERE SLAIN (Scripps News Association.) ST. PETERSBI'RG, May s.—Sever al hundred soldiers at Sevastopol re volted und resisted the troops sent to restore order. In the fight which followed many were killed and wounded. RUSSIAN PATRIOTS BECOMING BOLD ST. PETERSBURG, May 5—A rep resentative of 84 of the zomstvos are holding a secret meeting In Moscow today In the face of an order posi tively prohibiting such meetings. The delegates propose to promulgate a charier of Russian liberties. WANT MONEY FOR LODGING HOUSE The case of W. E. Kerr and Ollie M. Kerr against A. C. Adams nnd F. H. Kllscher, tiled today, involves the lease to the Byraona block on Howard street. The Kerrs transferred the house to Adams for $2400, payable on Instalment plan. Adams trans ferred it to Kilscher. The Kerrs still want $1002 of the purchase price and are sueing everybody in to get It. the men claim to have found, was a blank, t polloy which their employers carry to protect themselves against suits for damages In case their men are hurt. That Is to say, the men are required to pay an insurance com pany to protect their employers and tight the men themselves, in case they attempt tO recover for injuries received. This scheme Is so novel that It de serves world-wide circulation nnd ought to make Mr. Acuff or whoever originated it famous. BLAME 0. R. & N. FOR FAILURE CONNKI.I-. Wash., Muy s.—Plans an- sow being considered for a rigid boycott i>r the O, h. & N. in tmnne ajience of the fact that that roed is all, it Is believed, that stands in the way "f the prosecution Of the Pu louse Irrigation project. This belief is founded mi a statement made by Bjnglneer T, A Noble of the govern' ment reclnmatlon servloe, wh<>, at n minister meeting held here hist night, Intimated that If the mad would withdraw from Wgghtuong coulee, work on the big project would be be gun. A monster demonstration was made here two nights ago by friends of the Palouse scheme. Pasco sent 100 rep resentatives, escorted by tlie Kenne wick band. Delegations also came from Mesa, Eltopla, KahtOtUS and Wnshtuenn. Addresses were made by Dr. Blalock of Walla Walla, Con gressman Jones and T. A. Nobis, resi dent engineer. Mr. Jones denied the charge that he was working against the l'alouse ditch In favor of the Yakima project, and said that If the scheme is aban doned the interior department must show good reasons. Engineer Noble entered the hall late, lie was greeted with applause. He said in part: "The report of .Mr. Davis, Mr. Wiley, Mr. Henny nnd myself on the Palouse project was made April 21. Difficulties have been encountered, heretofore unseen, Which will raise tlie price of water beyond the limit of |86 an acre. Our board is not prejudiced, but faced the facts as they were found. "Land in this state will stand an much for water ns in any other state. The project has not been abandoned." Mr. Noble intimated that if the O. H. & N. would give the coulee nt once, the work would be ordered. The meeting was n warm one and enthusiasm ran high. DIPLOMAT UNDER FDIE Assistant secretary of state who has been charged by eastern news papers with having had n financial interest in the asphalt trust's busi ness while he was United States min ister to Venezuela. TOUIId Tiff Fred Powd, a young man who gave his name ns F. Denlgree, was locked up at the station yesterday by Patrol man Thompson on the charge of burg lary. He is supposed to be one of the boys who have stolen a lot of stuff around the city and have It cached in the rocks around the city Officer Thompaon went to his home this morning and found three boxes of carpenter bits hid in the attic. His mother or rather mis. Denlgree, who advises the police that he Is her sis ter's child, says be has had the goods for some time and she would not let him sell it. SNOW FALLS AT PRESIDENT'S CAMP (Scrlpps News Association.) GLBNWOOD SPRINGS, Col., .May s.—Several inches of snow fell r night in the country Where the presl dent Is hunting, but Secretary l.oeb thinks the adverse weather will pro long rather than shorten the hunt. There Is now news from the camp today. EXTENDS TERM OE OFFICIAL HOLDER IN NEW YORK (Scrlpps News Association.l ALBANY, N. V . May s.—The sen ate today passed a bill extending the term of mayor and other elective of- Be( is In New York city from two to four years. Tlie hill does not affect the present administration. SADIE REYNOLDS WITH POLLARDS Sadie Reynolds, a Seattle girl who sang hading roles lor the Pol lard opera company last year, was re engaged when the company visited Seattle and will make her first ap pearance in Spokane with her former company, , A INDICT THE STANDARD OIL (Scripps News Association.) CA It 1.1 SI ,X, Ky.. May 5. -- The grand Jury today returned Indict ments agalnal the Standard Oil com pany for peddling oil without a license. THIRD YEAR. NO. 154. PRICE: ONE CENT HIM Of MLW Jul MOID Ml NEW YOUK, May s—lt Ifl almost positively known that the Nan Pat terson Jury stood eight to four for acquittal. The indict merits for conspiracy of J. Morgan Smith and wife were quashed this morning. One juryman said today: "No mem ber of the jury believed Young shot himself." Nan Patterson's condition improved today, but she was still 111. Attorney Levy called at the office of the district attorney this morning, but found no one there with authority 11 Russi&n \m IT H lOdtll (Scrlpps News Association.) ST. PETERSBURG, May s—lt Is reported here that Rojestvensky has sailed south to meet Nebogatoff's Squadron and also reported that a Japanese division of fast cruisers and torpedo boat destroyers went south to engage Nebogatoff. They took up a position In the Straits of Sunda. Nebogatoff, finding the straits block- BIGAMIST HQCH'S WIFE JEALOUS OF HER SISTERS (Scrlpps News Association.) CHICAGO, May 5. — That Mrs. Marie Hoch on her deathbed was jealous of her own sister, Mrs. Fisher, and that she had cause for this jealousy, was brought out today In the testimony of Miss Holznpfel, the THOUGHT UNION PACIFIC WILL ISSUE MORE STOCK SALT LAKE, May s.—While no I'nion Pacific officials will talk, it is asserted the opposition to the present issuance of a $100,000,000 preferred stock is Withdrawn and this afternoon favorable action will be taken at the DAYLIGHT THIEVES P, J. Vleau reports to the police that his cravenette was stolen from his buggy last night about 6 o'clock. Mr. Vleau is In the employ of the K. B, Wright company and tied his rig in front of the store. While he was gone the thief walked to the buggy and took the cravenette. Mr Vieau did not report the loss to the police till this morning, think ing some of the boys In the store had taken it and believing that no one would be bold enough to Steal the cravenette In broad daylight whllo hundreds of people were passing along. The Waldorf-Astoria was put up at a New York police station as security for three prisoners. The general rule has l ot been changed and people will continue to put up at the Waldorf- Astoria. a 10-year-old Philadelphia boy, son of n wealthy willow, ran away from homo so ha would work, and was ar rest, d in St. Louis. When a rich widows son runs away from home to work he Is almost certain to be arrested. People are bound to think he's crazy. ADMIRAL TOGO'S FAMILY TllK ADMIRAL'S TUKIfil) SONB AN D DAUO.UTEH. one Cent to act In the girl's case. Levy thinks) only nominal bail will be required. He thinks the Indictment will be) quashed soon after her release on ball. In quashing the Smith indictment Judge Foster gave the district attor ney permission to resubmit the cass to the grand Jury. The Smiths will remain in the Tombs pending the de cision of the district attorney. Tho judge severely criticized the grand Jury for returning an Indictment without sufficient evidence of con spiracy. Ed, headed north and entered the Chi na sea by the Straits of Malacca. SINGAPORE, May s.—Nebogatoffs squadron was sighted this morning, going very fast, in an easterly direc tion. It is expected to proceed to) Saigon for provisions and coal be fore sailing for Rojestvensky's ren dezvous. nurse who attended Mrs. Hoch before) her death. Her statements concern ing the symptoms of Mrs. Hoch were also damaging to the defendant. Hocht displayed more nervousness today than he has shown at any time sine* his arrest. stockholders' meeting. The avowed object of the meeting was believed here to be an effort to secure the Chicago & Northwestern with a view to getting better access to Chicago and the Atlantic seaboard. ST LOUIS' SPONSOR. Miss Smith, a St. Louis girl, will christen I'ncle Sam's new cruiser, the St. Louis, at Newport News, May S. This cruiser will be one of tho fastest of the navy's new warships. You can find a man to saw wood] if you use a Press want ad.