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WEATHER FORECAST: TOMORROW, SHOWERS. EIGHTH VICTIM OF STRIKE IN CHICAGO DIES TODAY (Scrlpps News Association.) CHICAGO, May 13.—Two hundred Additional wagons were put Into serv ice this morning by the employers. Pecause of the Subsiding of violence the police force on duty as a result of the teamsters' strike was reduced' by 100 men. The unions this morn-j Ing distributed 50,000 buttons with j a black border, inscribed, "We mourn thS loss of our dead brother." The 1 caption is supposed to refer to the : death of George J. Prince, a union I teamster killed by Deputy Sheriff! Waldron. The Team Owners' association held! a Special meeting at noon today to consider their position In the team-! Stem' strike and decided to deliver to the strikers' committee tonight their ultimatum that the association ' OIDER lIH WILL HOT AHEAD SOU S Fill (Scripps News Association.) KANSAS CITY, MO., May 13.—A warrant was Issued today for Ah Lee, the Chinaman iv whose den Herbert V. Croker is said to have smoked opium previous to his death, Charles Wilson, the negro porter who piloted young Croker to Lee's den, Is held, but probably will ho released ns the police believe he tells a straight story. Chief of Police Hnys said this morning he believed Croker's death was due to an overindulgence In opi um and that he was not drugged or robbed. Ah i.cc, arrested this afternoon, admitted he sold Croker the drug and that Croker got Qee Kee, another Chinaman, to cook the pill for him, MILL EMPLOYEES SCRAP OVER BEATING A BOY o. T.. O'Neal was arrested this morning hy Patrolman Thompson 011! the charge of disorderly conduct. The complaint whs sworn lo by P. s. Hairy, who works for the Washing ton mill. The trouble arose, so some of the Workmen ln (he mill say, over a trifle, Barry is a sort of a foreman over ft few men. While he was standing by one of the machines, which v hoy was feeding, lie was struck accldently by the end of a board In the boy's hand. He started to heating the boy and kicking It I in. The hoy ran to the further end of the room, where he QIAT CROWD GREETS hi MTON I IImQIOH fScrlpps News association.) WASHINGTON, May IS.—-A crowd of 1200 greeted Nun Patterson when she arrlvsd at the Psnnsylvania sta tion at 7:20 this morning. Nan's brother was the only member of the tnmlly at the station to welcome the Oct tess home. The crowd cheered ns the Patterson and smith party walked through tlie station snd took RUSSIA HAS MANY CARES RIGHT AT HOME (Scrlppjn News Association.) KUAHKi>I'F, May 13.— Workmen here have proclaimed n genet al strike for tomorrow aud special precautions are being taken to preserve order, ST. riiTERSBUBtI, May 13.—A dispatch from BergHtei, government ef Nlztttil, Novgorod, says tlie peas ants nre In revolt nnd have set fire to aevcrul properties. Fire Is preventing all work ln the fielda. ANOTHER FATAL WRECK COHBT, Pa., May 12—In v rol llalon between two freight tralm on f\e Pennsylvania near Hyde, tilts will Insist on their contracts with the "struck" houses being observed. Unless the labor men at Sunday's meeting recede from their position that the Team Owners' association remain neutral in the present trouble, this action means one of two things —the spread of the strike or its prac tical abandonment. President Shea of the teamsters' union said this afternoon the unions would never comply with the requests if the Employers' association that the union drivers he allowed to de liver to the strike-bound houses. Any concern that wants to lock out Its teamsters can do It by delivering goods to these firms, The death of Harry (Jrady at the Provident hospi tal today makes the eighth victim nf the teamsters' strike. nnd said Croker smoked very much like a China boy. LONHON, May 13.—Richard Crok er lias wired from Sandy Ford that he will not go to America to attend his son's funeral. NKWTON, Kin., May 13.—Tho ver dict of the coroner's jury In the case of Herbert Croker held death resulted from narcotic poisoning, administered in Kansas City In an unknown man ner. Remains are held pending the arrival of his brother, Richard Crok er, Jr., who is expected Sunday. No marks of violence are on the body. The coroner states It Is such a plain case of narcotic poisoning that no autopsy will be necessary. wns caught again. O'Neal Interfered md asked Harry to Stop. Harry let :he boy go nnd started on O'Neal. The Aral thing he did was to grab .VNeal's four-in-hand tie and PUII It *o tight that he could hardly breathe. He- could not untie It. O'Neal fought Himself away antl struck Harry sev »rnl times. O'Neal win swear out a complaint against Harry today. The foreman at the mill told Offloer Thompson that O'Neal Should not have heen attested nnd that he did lust what any man would do under the clroumstancea. n. carriage for Howard nvenue, the home where the sorrowing mother Is waiting for her daughter, Nan arrived at home nt 9 O'clock, Jumped I'roni the moving carriage nnd rushed to the veranda, where her mother was standing nnd the two were soon clasped in each other's arms. The other party followed und the family reunion was complete. ODESSA, May 13.—A bomb factory ■fas discovered In the sailors' head quarters. Six bombs were found on tho premises. IIOICOW, May II, —A Brent ex odus of people from the city Is In progress. The population Is alarmed hy reported Impending trouble und serious disturbances reported In the districts of Smolensk, Tomsk nnd Ncssarabin. morning, Unglnear William siiium mid Fit'•man Ueor«o lligmnn were kiiu'd und several trainmen injured. The Spokane Press. Bf TIS 10 HOI! aIIVE CZAR S n PARIS, May 13.—The Petit Jour nnlc prints a story from St. Peters burg which alleged that a nurse at Tsarskoeselo was caught by the em press in the act of putting the infant heir to the Russian throne Into a bath of boiling water. The dispatch adds that all the domestic servants of the household have been dis missed. WILL WHEEL AT WALLA WALLA A. Hansen will have no use for the bicycle he stole on April 21 for nt least three years. Judge Poindextcr today sentenced Hansen to serve a sentence of three cycles ln the state penitentiary at Walla Walla on the charge of grand larceny. Hansen pleaded gulfty. The wheel was valued nt $45. MORE BOYS IN TROUBLE Bmll Roestel wns brought to the police station this morning and book ed for placing obstructions on the Traction company line. Kmil Is the fourth boy being held for the charge. If what C. I. Norris, father of the two Norris boys, wdto are held on the same charge, tells be true, there is some man in his addition who Is putting the boys up to the mischief. KEPT STOLEN GOODS Judge Potndexter today sentenced! Herman Miller to serve two years tn the state penitentiary at Walla Walla for receiving stolen property. Miller pleaded guilty to the charge. He wns accused of knowingly receiv ing and keeping n watch belonging to F. IS, Walter. The watch was valued nt $15. FOR THH FIRST TIMF. IN TUB RECOLLECTION OF THB OLDEST INHABITANT, A REPUBLICAN PRESIDENT IS TO BE THK QUEST UK A DBMOCRATIC CLUB— THB IROQUOIS CLUB OF CHICAGO.— NBWB ITEM. (Scrlpps News Association.) AND HE PROMISED TO BE TRUE SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, SATI IMfAY. MAY 13, 1905. nit n (MUM SEIIIIO H ASTLUiI (Scrlpps News Association.) WASHINGTON, May 13.—An Ital ian arrested last night while trying to effeca an entrance to the rear door of the White House was this morning committed to St. Elizabeth hospital for the insane. ANOTHER 0T WRECK VICTIMS IS IDENTIFIED (Scripps News Association.) HARRISBI'RG, Pa., May 13.—The body of another victim Of the Penn sylvania wreck was identified today as that of William H. Holmes of Phil adelphia. Five unidentified bodies will be buried this afternoon. Of those Injured Mrs. Anna Peters of Cleve land and Joseph Eberle of New York are expected to doe. WARSHIPS SIGHTED. NEWS FROM HONG KONG (Scrlpps News Association.) HONG KONG, May 13.—Seventeen warships were sighted Wednesday night 11! miles off the Three Kings, large rocks off the entrance of Hon kope Bay. A number of transports were also seen nt Knape Pass, 70 miles north of Kamranh Bay, MATHEWS' REMOVAL CAUSES SENSATION PORTLAND, Ore., May 13.—The removal of Marshal Matthews has created a great sensation here. Mat thews has for many years been the local boss of the republican machine and closely affiliated with Senator Mitchell, through Whom he was ap pointed. The removul Is the result of the land fraud investigation. TWENTY MINERS i KILLED (Scrlpps News Association.) B1 T D A PEST, May 13.—Twenty miners were killed today by a prema ture explosion during blasting opera tions at the Alma coal mine at Re sicsa. REED NAMED I. S. MARSHAL (Scrlpps News Association.) WASHINGTON, Mny 13. — The president today appointed Charles G. Reed Cnited States marshal for Ore gon, vice Walter F. Mathews, re signed. LEFT IHS HORSES AND GOT DRINK A. M. Jones was arrested last night on the charge of cruelty to animals. Officer Draper made the arrest. Jones hitched his team at the cor ner of Sinto avenue and Addison street yesterday morning about 8 o'clock and let them stand till nearly 6 ln the evening while he came to town and got drunk. The people liv ing in the neighborhood fed the horses and reported the case. LOST GIRL GOES HOME Nannie Anderson, tlie girl who has been missing for the past five days, returned to her home, 618 Shannon avenue, yesterday nnd was brought to the police station this morning to explain where she has been. If she gave any explanation, none is given out. She will probably come to the po lice court on Monday to testify against C. Goody, who is held on a $500 bond for buying liquor for a young girl without the consent of her parents. AN ATTORNEY IS INDICTED FOR BIGAMY (Scrlpps News Association.) SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.—An in dictment for bigamy Was returned by tlie grand Jury this afternoon am mil. rale in the wm at hut against George Collins, a prominent attorney whose marriage recently to Clarice McCurdy created a sensation and caused Mrs. Charlotta. Newman Collins, who claims she married Col lins 16 years ago, to tell a most re markable story of Collins' alleged re lations with her sister, Agnes. Col lins claims Agnes, who died, was his wife. Charlotta Collins has three children whose paternity Collins now denies. If SHfifOß or iv or ioi2 PASSES IIW (Scrlpps News Association.) UTICA, N. V., May 13.—Hiram Cronk, sole survivor of tlie war of 1812, died today, aged 105. ORDERLY HILLS HIS SUPERIOR (Scrlpps News Association.) ST. PETERSBURG, May 13.—Vice Admiral NazitofT was shot and killed by an orderly lv his room today. Tho orderly fired three shots from a re volver. The crime is attributed to anger because the orderly was dis missed from his duties as orderly, be ing ordered to proceed to the front. MORTON WILL LEAVE CABINET (Scrlpps News Association.) "WASHINGTON, May 13.—Secre tary Morton stated this afternoon he would resign from the cabinet next fall and had so informed the presi dent. He added that it was under stood between himself and the presU dent that he would only the cabinet until March 4, 1905, but remained longer at the earnest solici tation of the president. LEFT HIS HORSES NAT GOODWIN Manager Pan 1,. Weaver of the Spokane theater Is rejoicing over tlie fact that he has been able to secure Nat Goodwin to appear two nights instead of one as heretofore men tioned. The dates of Mr. Goodwin's appear ance In this city will he May SS and 23. lie will play. Monday, the 22d, his present success, "The I'surpcr," and on Tuesday his old success, "The Gilded Fool." The scat sale for this engagement will commence Saturday morning, May 20. POSSE FINDS THREE BANDITS (Scrlpps News Association.) CASPER, Wye, May IS.—Tha sher iff's posse overtook the three prison ers who overpowered the guards and escaped from Jail last night, A des perate battle was fought iv tlie Cas per mountains, but the outcome has not been learned. Two more posses will be scut In pursuit of the Bandits, SARAH WANTS RELEASE Sarah Moon (lied a complaint ngninst her husband, Horace (! Moon, this morning, asking the court to cut the rope that has held 'be two to gether for the last five years ami to give her the charge of their two chil dren, Henry and Carrie, aged 7 and 8 years. In the complaint Sarah alleges that for the past four years her husband has treated her In a cruel and inhuman way and that he has accused her of unchasttty, STARTLED THE COURT With n shriek that Startled every body in Judge Hingis's court this afternoon, al Ksttlsston dropped out of hli ci>.iii iii a nt. lie waa taken to the police Btatlon and aoon revlvod, hut iiui not re member where he bad hccn or what bad napponed to him. KettlcKton has Uvea here for a DURlbar Of years. He was recently a bartender In the Headlight saloon. ■Ui|l| tm »*»m i.nwnoa *»iumi*h wmi nils v>m pasn X|ui> pnii oq ji '4vp J.lllJO OIJ | >lll|U)l|«U .\,( I'OIIIH sva\ Mi)ai|d uvqsssq t. a 'N) ■ ioJ .i. V THIRD YEAR. NO. I Hi. PRICE: ONE CENT (Scrlpps News Association.! CHICAGO, May in.—At midnight tonight the prize ring will be Without a Champion, Jeffries snhl today: "This la my last day as champion heavyweight I will wear the crown for a few hours more, then cast It aside never to pick it up again. Un ii mm n i lICIK OF CTCLOHC (Scripps News Association.) SNYDKR, Okla., May 13.—One hundred and ten bodies of cyclone Victims were brought in altogether. Three more were found during the night. Yesterday a cloudburst sub KIT Will OPEiI THE PORTIH EI (Scrlpps News Association.) WASHINGTON, May 13.—1t is an nounced this morning that tho presi dent will formally open the Lewis and Clark exposition, June 1, by BALDWIN'S NEW AIRSHIP CAUSE OF WILD RUMORS SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.—There nre rumors afloat here and in Oak land today to the effect that Bald- Win's new airship Angelus left Los Angeles at 6 o'clock this morning atid grrlvsd at Fruit vale, a few miles from Oakland, shortly before noon. Investigation failed to confirm the story, although F. W, Musselman, connected with the airship company, gave out a statement this afternoon WILL BUILD RAILROAD INTO THUNDER MOUNTAIN BOISF. Idaho, May ll.—News of the sale of the Pacific ,Si Idaho North ern railroad to Lewis C. Van Riper and associates of New York was brought to this city from New York by J. H Randall of Roosevelt, Idaho, Speaking of the transfer Mr. Ran dall aald be met Van Riper ln his office in New York a week ago last Sunday, when Mr. Van Riper told him the matter had been closed and purchase money paid over. He said l lie road would tie turned over to the new on i crs June 1. As to extensions. Mr. Van Riper said the road would be extended from Council to Meadows this season, as THIEVES OVERRUN CITY TEN CASES REPORTED Fully 10 thefti were reported to the police department last night nnd this morning. The police seem lo have lost their grip In tho thtsf-oatchlng business. , The Moscow Nursery company re ports that someone broke the window of its ottlee and stole the cash box. It was broken open and some cheeks, notes, orders Snd other papers taken. If the thief will return the orders and papers no question! will be asked. City Marshal Crown of Cheney re ports the theft of a blue suit of clothes. Room No. 2 over the BS.nO.U6t sa loon, lived In by Warner and Hicks, was entered last night ami shout 111 taken. The thief used a pass key. Walter Mlddough, IT Ferry avenue, reports that a pickpocket relieved him of his watch and chain nnd a (Old band tint: while he was nt the Clneo graph theater last night, Bomcone stole a sample case con talnlug wglehsg) reals, and uahiaf one cent til midnight I shall he champion. I leave my title to no one. They must fight it out among themselves. I will he glad to get out of the lime light. The championship brought me no happiness.'* Jeffries says he will hunt, fish and keep out of the way of the camera. merged the entire valley in which the town lies with water, neck deep in places. The relief committee has sent out an additional call for supplies to day. Another relief train from Ho bart arrived this morning. ! pressing a key ln the otllce of the White House, also Vice President Fairbanks will travel personally to Portland to he the president's repre sentative at the occasion. In which he declared he made tha trip, his companion being Harry Knabenshue, who resumed the Jour ney, sailing for Eureka, Cal. Mussel man says the destination of the ship is Portland, Ore. He claims stops were made at Santa Barbara, Paso Roldes and San Jose, but dispatches from these cities say the airship was not sighted there. Neither was it sighted here or ln Oakland. the grading Is nearly all clone be tween t&OSe two points, if possible, lie added, the road will be continued on to Payette lake during the fall. Here will he the terminus of the standard gauge, ''it Is our Intention," Mr. Van Riper said, "to build a nar row gauge roud from Payette lako into the Thunder Mountain country, opening up the Big creek section as well as that part of tlie district about Roosevelt. "These extensions were definitely agreed upon before the line was pur chased, for without them," Mr. Van Riper said, "the road would be worth no more to his people than it was to Hall. " tackle from the Pactttc Transfer com pany yesterday. M. S. Matks' rooms at the Colonial hotel were entered yesterday and a gold watch, ladles' watch chain and an Iver Johnson revolver stolen. J. W. Book, Still Hartson avenue, was relieved of a pair of pants, a vest and several other things yester day. Dennis McAullffe. Bill Second ave nue, Is loser abOUt Ml by someone entering his home yesterday after noon. Mrs. McAuliffc went out for a moment .md on returning; diseovcre I that someone hud gone to the bed and taken the money from under tho mattress. Ons of the checks wus for tlS.ll, drawn on the Traders' National bank. The Chicago brick trust has been declared ttlsgul, A brick is such a necessity In Chicago these days thet a combination In restriction of bust' I nest; deserves no sympathy.