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IT WAS ROOSEVELT'S
ADVISE TO THE CZAR
Grant of Liberty to Russians Very Much Due to Amer
ican President's Efforts.
What Roosevelt Told Ambassador Count Cassini in Con
ference at the White House, Which Lasted Till Mid
night—Advised .that .the Time Had Come to Give
Russia Constitutional Government.
By Gilson Gardner.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Nov. 6. —
IB granting a representative gov
ernment to the Russian people, the
czar has followed the urgent ad
vise of President Roosevelt, con
veyed to him through former Am
bassador Cassini and again through
A VANDERBILT IS
GOING TO PRISON
Elliott F. Shepard. Jr.. just sen
tenced in France to three months'
Imprisonment for recklessly driv
ing his automobile, causing the
death of a little girl, is the son of
a sister of the present elder gen
eration of Vanderbilts His father
ELLIOTT F SHEPARD, JR., AND HIS WIFE.
was editor and owner of the New
York Mail and Express Young
Bpepard married Esther Wiggins
Putter, daughter of a grocer,
$ 1.00 FOLL QUART
A month on trial.
free book on
The president's part in this mat
ter has assumed a new interest
in the light of the sensational news
from St. Petersburg.
The only thing in which the
czar did not take Roosevelt's ad
vice was as to the time for the
i It was last spring, just previous
The judge also ordered the young
man to pay the father of the little
girl who was killed the sum of
Mill and Sprague.
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to Cassini's departure from Wash
ington and while the preliminaries
of the peace negotiations were in
progress. that CASSINI AND
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WERE
CLOSETED UNTIL MIDNIGHT at
the White House discussing Rus
sian internal conditions.
T..rowing diplomatic forms and
the ordinary precedents to the
winds, Roosevelt told Cassini his
mind on this subject.
The president advised that the
time had come to grant to the Rus
sian people the forms of a consti
tutional representative government.
He said he was not convinced
that the people could be given so
large a share in the government as
the people of the United States.
Tomorrow may bring the close
of the taking of testimony in the
Lucile Dreyfus Mining company
case, whose affairs were so deeply
tangled by the machination of
Howard J. Kressly, its former sec
retary. Much time has been taken
in the dry details of examination of
the genuineness of real stock certi
ficates and alleged certificates.
Summing up of the arguments in
favor of all the litigants may con
sume a couple of days. Then Judge
Kennan will have something to
think about, which will doubtless
be his "astral companion" for some
Arthur L. Elright, aged 13, who
lives at East 221 Nora, and Ules
Cummings, age Hi, who lives at
01711 Pearl street, were arrested
Saturday on the charge of destroy
ing property and stealing push '">t
tons from empty houses out in Sin
to addition. The houses belong to
Gonzaga college, it is reported that
there has been $1000 worth ot
property destroyed by the hoys who
live In that vicinity and the fathers
of the college engaged the Mer
chants police to catch the thieves.
Officer Hood was detailed on the
case and made the arrests.
Theatrical men say their busi
ness is a puzzle and their claim
seems to be confirmed in New-
York York. All the objectionable
matter was cut from one of Geo.
Bernard Shaw's plays, but the pub
lic is rushing for seats.
AND THEY'RE STILL MILKING IT.
THE SPOKANE PRESS
ACCUSEO HIS BROTHER
TO EXTORT MORE MONEY
Because his brother would not
give him $100 last night J. E. Jor
dan swore out a complaint charg
ing the brother, M. C. Jordan, and
Anna Wacholz with unlawful cohab
itation. They were arrested this
morning at the Pedicord hotel.
M. C. Jordan appeared in police
court this afternoon to be tried on
the charge, and the case, owing to
the non-appearance of the com
plaining witness, was set for to
morrow. In telling of the trouble.
Jf ALOISV WAS
CAUSE OF AN
OTTAWA, Canada, Nov. 6. —
Philander Burkeholder of near
Hamilton, killed his wife and month
oly baby with an axe and com
mitted suicide with a razor. Neigh
bors found pinned to his door with
a fork a note with the warning:
"We are all dead up stairs. Go up
with care. Nerve yourselves for
an aw r ful sight awaits you." He
explained his reason by saying he
CAUOtIT 111 AC!
Mrs. L. Larson was fined $75 and
costs by Judge Hinkle this after
noon for shoplifting. She was
charged with trying to get away
with a pocketbook at the Crescent
She went to the store to look
around and decided she wanted a
pocketbook. She sat down by the
table on which the books are kept,
and decided that a nice blue pock
etbook would be the best. She laid
her coat over the book and then
picked up the coat and the book.
She was caught by one of the
Bill Shannon stated the Larson
woman was a had one and used to
live here years ago. She worked in
a variety hall.
(Scrlpps News As>anciatlon.>
CHICAGO, Nov. 6.—A Gfand
Trunk train hit a street car in? the
Blue Island suburb this morning
and killed three and injured fire.
The dead: William Gutridge, J.
E. Gore, T. O. Morgan, all of Hal
'Phone M. 876—Press—BBo per
M. C. Jordan said: "I have been
keeping my brother for the past 10
years, and last night he came to
my room and demanded $100. I
would not give it to him because
he was drunk. He then said if I
didn't give up he would have me in
Jail before morning. At 4 o'clock
this morning I was arrested by a
fool officer on the charge. I was
married last Saturday night to my
wife for the second time. I am in
business in Princeton, Idaho, and
am not acquainted here.
Jack Hacklen was fined $15 and
costs In the pustlce court this after
noon on the charge of disorderly
conduct. He asked the judge to be
as easy as possible with him as he
had a family here.
"Alright," said Judge Hinkle,
"sls and costs."
KU BE LI X AND HIS CARTOON.
Kubellk, the famous violinist, has
gone to court in London against
Julius Price, the artist, because a
pastel cartoon Price made of him.
Above Is how Kubellk appears in
the cartoon. His complaint is that
it is not sufficiently serious.
THE NEW TRAIN
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Great Northern Railway
9:30 A. M.
NEW COMPARTMENT OBSERVATION CARS;
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New Palace Sleeping Cars.
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For further information, rates, berth reservations, call on
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B. S. "DAKOTA" sails for the Orient December lGtli.
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ALTON, 111., Nov. fi.-—James
Squires, 18, a member of the high
school football team, died this
morning of blood poisoning, tho re
sult of an injury in a game two
WOMEN OF WASHINGTON.
MISS MARION OLIVER.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. G.—
Miss Marion Oliver, daughter of
General Oliver, assistant secretary
of war, will have another season
of Washington social life. Tho re
turn of Secrelary and Mrs. Root
to the war department is welcomed
by the Olivers. Both are from
New York, and the relations are
said to be congenial.
Worley has painted more signs
for charity than all of them put to
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