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Part of the new Russian loan is- J sned in Paris has been taken by | New York banks. Eugene F. Ware, of pensions, lia,- tendered hi- resig nation to the president. j commissioner , Chinese bandits are committing 1 W } 10 depredations in the vicinity of Yin Kow. Several rich natives kidnaped by them from New ^ I were Chwang have been rescued. Mrs. Ham Cox. of Mftrphreys Ijoro, 111., while passing the home of a neighbor shortly after dark, was mistaken for a chicken theif and shot and instantly killed. The census bureau has prepared a bulletin on irrigation in Oklahoma, showing that in 1003 there were 1, 383 acres under irrigation, water is supplied from 113 systems, the cost of construction of which av eraged about $11. per acre. The national union of waiters and bartenders lias voted to exclude negroes from membership in the following states: Kentucky, Ten West Virginia, Tho Missouri, nessee, Virginia, Nortli Dakota, South ('ar olina, (Georgia. Florida, Alabama, Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma Tern 5 trtry and Indiana. The president has issued a proc lamation for the entry of the ceded 4and» of the Rosebud Indian reser vation in South Dakota, beginning tin August 8 next. The lands will be selected by lot, and a drawing will he established for that purpose. There are about 400,000 acres of these lands, some of which is very fertile. Upon the decision of his aged and devoted mother depended the acceptance bv John Findley lace of the position of chief engi neer of the Pin: a mu canal. He went direct from Washington to Wooster, Ohio, where his mother, Mrs. David A. Wallace, lives. She is '2 years of age. She thought of the eight or ten years' absence, of the. disease dangers that the work involved, of her own years and of the probability that she should nev er see her son again, and then an swered : "It is your duty." Wal With the view of frustrating the landing of Japanese troops at that point the Russians blew up and docks at Port Dalney, the piers l.iao Tong peninsula. Port Dalny intended by Russia to be the was chief commercial emporium of its Eastern dominions. An edict pro viding for its construction was is sued by the Russian emperor July 30, 1899, and Port Dalny, fully equipped with all modern improve ments, docks, warehouses and rail road facilities, was opened to com merce in December, 1901. After opening federal court at Texarkana Judge John H. Rogers, in his charge to the grand jury, call ed attention to that section of the revised statutes of the States making it a crime for two or more persons to conspire to prevent citizen of the United States United any from engaging in any kind of em ployment on account of race. Judge Rogers devoted most of his charge to this subject, and quoting decis ions of the United States supreme pourt to sustain hint,, urged the ne cessity of a rigid prosecution of all men who might .be found to have conspired to prevent a negro front engaging in any kind of work sim ply because he was a negro. Her Rebel, the socialist leader in in a recent the German reichst«] speech referred to the situation in the far cast, denying that public sentiment of Germany is with Rus Her Bebel's remarks caused something of a sensation on account of a recent assertion of Emperor William in a telegram to the czar, in which the emperor declared that '•Russia's sorrow is Germany's sor sia. row. The hoard of managers of the American Bible Society lias decid ed to print a revised version of the Bible. This has been urged for a long time by believers in what lias been accomplished by modern re search into scriptural .questions. At the end of the fourteenth week of the war in the far east Ja pan has landed over 100,000 troops in Manchuria, Russia has been forc ed to evacuate New Chwang, and I'ort Arthur has been isolated. Missouri capitalists bought last week six thousand acres of land at Ashdown, in Little River county, for which they paid $15,000 cash. A large portion of it will be cleared at once to have it ready by winter to set in fruit trees. Despite the f$ct tW, King Ed ward issued an edict forbidding John Alexander Dowie of Zion a £ «5 «wafer under hé i» -, 80 «. j&îjsâ the ly 00 ed a the J Sir Henry M. Stanley, the Afri | can explorer, is dead. Uity by two negro burglars, wty out llim to P*eee* with a razor. ('laronee Mayor, a printer, murdered at Ins home in Kansas was Five miners lost their lives by an explosion in a coal mine at Carbon dale, ill. The dead are: John Mil Fritz Zoiburg. ^ er > f' 1 '^ hedns. I Evan Williams, Thomas Green. As the result of an explosion in. shaft No, 7 of the Herrin coal mine, near Carbondalo. 111., five men men were killed, three fatally in jured and eleven more or less sevor lv hurt. Their love for each other,and the fear that they might be separated by death is believed to have led -Conrad Hauestein, 59 years old, and his son, Conrad, Jr., aged 38 years, of New York city, to take their own lives. Each of the men held the end of an open gas tube. The postoffice department has is sued a, fraud rder against the American Mushroom Spawn Compa ny, with ofik-es at St. Louis ami Texarkana, Ark. The company worked a gct-rich-quick scheme by which the public would receive about 5 cents worth of spawn for a dollar. A mouse was the cause of a big fire at the residence of Mrs. Ella Oats in Duquoin, manner it reached a box of match es, and in a short time the entire contents were ablaze. The flames quickly spread over the house, ami soon the building was a mass of ruins. John Finley Wallace, general manager of the Illinois Central rail road, has been appointed chief en gineer of the construction of the Panama canal at a salary of $25, 000 per" year. Mr. Wallace is one of the best known engineers in this country, and a man of great execu tive ability. Notwithstanding the late spring in the territory comprising the cot ton belt, the government department of agriculture reports condition of soil and plant as good as a ten year average. With seasonable weather replanting where it was made neces sary will he compelled by the 20th inst, at the outside. lll. I n some of to to The Denver, Woodward and Southeastern Railway Company, with a capital stock of $20,000,000 recently chartered at Guthrie, was Ok., to construct lines of railroad extending from Denver, Col., in a southeasterly direction through Ok lahoma and Indian Territory to Texarkana, Ark., a distance of 1, 000 miles, Fire at Batson, Tex., this after noon destroyed eighteen five drilling rigs and twenty-two tanks, containing about 15,000 bar rels of oil. Tom Walker of Leaven worth, Kan., mounted a ladder in an attempt to cut off the flow of oil, but fell into the mass of burn ing oil and timber and was slowly roasted to death. 0. W. Heath,, president of the American Gottoii Manufacturers' Association, declares that the high price of cotton is not due to specu lation, as some have claimed, but due solely to a response to the law of supply and demand, the increas ed growth being insufficient owing to th«« migration- of regr hands in the south to the cities. A dispatch from Manila says that Lieut. Winfield Harper and thirty nine men of company F, of the Seventeenth Fnited States infan try, were caught on May 8 in an ambush -by several hundred Moros. Two American officers and fifteen men were killed and five men were wounded. The ambush occurred at Simpatem, on the oast Lake Liguasian, island of Minda nao. derricks, fa rin shore of Col. John D. Warren, a wealthy retired merchant of Hillsboro, Tex., shot and seriously wounded his tvife and then sent a bullet through his Jealousy was the cause. a at A brain. Capt. Walter Allen, of St. Louis, a brother of ex-Congressman "Pri vote" John Allen of Mississippi, committed suicide bv shooting him self through the heart. Capt. Allen had been a long sufferer from rheu matism, and in a letter stated that life had become « burden. ■ Dispatches report that the Rus sians. before hastily retiring from Feng Wang Cheng before the ene mv, cremated many of their dead, not having time to bury them. Sheriff Johnson and three depu tics rescued a negro from a mob of 100 negroes near Sardis. Miss., and succeeded in landing the prisoner in kil Nearly every member of the Lob was armed, but the officers by making a firm stand put them to * # - - * * .-jv; An American prospector lias div covered a rich gold mine on the Lu zon island in the Philippines. The plant of the Armour soap works in Chicago was destroyed by fire, causing a loss of $210,<K)0. Miss Clara Barton has resigned the presidency of the licit Cross Society and is succeeded by Mrs. John A. Ivogan. .Johnny Bryant, a white man. died at Fresno. Cal., from injurie* received in a prize light with Walter Robinson, a negro. lion. Win. R. llearst emphatical ly denies a rumor that he is plan ning to holt the nominee of the democratic convention should be defeated. The entire business section of Lafolette, Tenu., was wiped out by fire, thirty-five buildings being de stroyed. Loss only .$60,000 insurance. Lewis Hammel died at Con cordia. Kan., recently at the age of 00 wars, leaving seven children, sixtv-seven grandchildren and for ty-six great grandchildren. The safe of the Metz Banking Company at Metz, Mo., was blown open with nitroglycerine by hank robbers, and the entire amount on deposit, $2,000 was taken. The striking machinists of tlie Santa Fc system have been enjoin ed through federal court from in anv manner interfering with em ployes who take their places. In the postoltice hill congress pro vided for the appointment of a pur chasing agent, at a salary of $4,000 a rear, but it made no provision in the bill for an appropriation to pay the salary. Louis James, of Sherman, r l rx., about. $200,000 with has been awarded $10,000 against if the Oriental hotel at the owners Dallas, Tex., for libel hecau.se he were accused of steal ing n pair of pillowslips valued at $1.60. and his wifi The democratic state convention of Indiana instructed the delegates to the national convention to vote a unit for Judge Parker of New York for president, and indorsed Thomas Taggart for national com mitteeman, and recommended him to the national convention as its eiiHirinHn. The skeleton of \V. L. Wentz, the young millionaire mine owner who disappeared near Big Stone Gap, in the mountains of Virginia, last Oc tober, was discovered at an unfre quented spot last week, relatives declare he was murdered, but a coroner's jury held that he accidental»- shot himself. The mail's While Christian Holiness people in the midst of an enthusiastic were revival meeting at their tabernacle in Wabash, Ind., an unknown per son dashed a big bottle of chloro form over the congregation. Nil overcome nierons persons were that they had to be dragged to the doors before they revived. John tV. Schorr, the Memphis brewer, who has dabbled in turf struggles for the past ten years, holds a record among owners that will probably stand for many years to come. Horses carrying the or ange and black «if the Schorrs have Derbies on the western won seven turf during the past seven years. George been It is stated that Judge Gray of Pennsylvania has chosen by the nominating commit tee of the National Civic Fcdera tion to succeed the late Senator Marcus A. Hanna as president of the federation. He will not as sume the duties until after the nominations are made for president. Henry Deeter, who demanded of wealthy planter of near Marshal town, la., that $1,000 he left for him at a certain spot under penalty of death for failure to comply, was shot and killed by an officer when he appeared to get the money. Three commissioners from China have arrived in this country for the purpose of investigating American China is contemplat ing the erection of a plant for the manufacture of armor plate. The first war vessel lost by Japan in the war with Russia was blown a steel plants. up at Fort Dalney while removing at the harbor after the place The vessel was mines had been raptured, a torpedo Iwat and seven of the crew were killed. HH ■ . HHHH ' Edward Jarnagm of the I otter Paper Company and Inn wife were found dead m their home in ( hica go. Appearances indicated that Mb had swallowed poison and then turned on the gas. According to tlirg secretary of the British admiralty the total tonnage °f battleships now building or pro jocted is as follows: Statrs - 2< ?' ,80; B'itain, 127,000; Russ.a, 125,270; Germa ny 10.1,9 1 6. . , After having been defeated in the democratic priraary m «•> per cent «* ™ unt f of M.«oun for the nomination for gorej-nor, Hon J. A. Reetl ex-mayor of Kansas City, to mttm&m from m raee, The United | | | ] j The Cruiser Miyako Sunk by a j SHIP II KERB BAY Russian Mine. SIX JAPANESE WEBE , I I lintaokii** Torjirdo Hunt Ail m Ira I I lut ilia XX l\i»H;nuril lu D«* tlir (lie XII neu XX X«*«*||||*||( Oreurred. XX Uühlnutoii. '•«> IT.—Tin* Jnpnn- j lui* r«*«*«*! % »'«I til«* f«*t «* l«*untloi from Coklot «•ni» lour« i \<l ml nil liHtnoku r«|»**ri* tlmt. low i i hont fiutiii » I Mn y il. onr torpedo .NWRPpilUt of th«* n«*«*t. •»!»♦* rntl conti II in* «1 TI»«» cue my constructed temporary l»l Kerle liar* lv«*rr on tli«» promontory Tnll«.i-Wi -lx Be,it 111 «II utinu , ht'-tltr h Im.Illy c«.n*trttctr«l <*<itn|»unv of > 1 - v!<!> fort. nikI liter* *lnbl»ori»î> i«**InI«mI Ht •1*. Our 4«»ri»**do IIoIUIh, dt*f|l •* tin* «*n rrlcil ni« Hi«* «• oc m y tit «»ration* mul «l«*i»l »'«»> i*«l five I iiftirfnnatefy. Ill Mit 111 *. l>« i«I I »y II»«* «*n»*i ,»f th«» nit tie* t*M»lo«l«»il (hi* vi i >•« u o. <tii bcnltl«' r I «i» the «■ kill«'«!, wonnilnl «Ini «U» i to) 11 (4 lit-* HIS AH XIX IS TOO >XIA I I• \\«ili| lint iropntklii XImm t tie* XX ith 111* I'»*«»*«* Berlin, May 17,—In Rmalan official circles it is now admitted, according > ' j' $«V- - '•> 1* . \ *" • ' */ • *■' , - ... : 4 ) Av' 5U P 1 >• • -, 'iÈé 'i&vfr . s»t.: W- ■ Ü amay-Tiaai THE BOUNDARY BETWEEN KOREA AND MANCHURIA. At Wiiu the point at which this photograph istaken, the rtveris divided Into three channel-: across two of whits, the T-rp r, br idge« have been thrown from St, Petersburg, that to reports Gen. Kuropatkin has notified the em- peror that he can not adopt offensive before the two army corps -now being mobilized In European Rua »la arrive at the theater of war. Kuropatkin attributes the necessity of confining himself to defensive op the fact that the rein- ! were dispatched ! to Pori Arthur, Vlad liave ; measures erationa to forcements which many weeks ago Ivostock and the "Valu greatly weakened his main army. It is possible, though extremely : improbable, that the second eastern Siberian division of Infantry now em ployed in the defense of the . poasi and territory may he withdrawn Mukden and thence to IJao Yang : to assist in meeting the Japan- j river, Ussuri to in time ese attack. under Gen. Zassa Yalu The mixed corps litch, which was defeated at the river may also he expected to effect a junction with the Russian main army, hut the fate of the fourth eastern Si- ; berian divisou of infanty ts irretrleva- : blv bound up With ihai of Port. Ar U Y 1 ! ' The total strength of the Russian force-« ai Liao Yang, including the fourth Siberian army corps, which is now well on the way to the Japanese: headquarters, can not therefore exceed Î£wD men. according to the most fa-i Labte computation. A COM HIM-.« attack. I.iiihI unit 8(*o For«*«** K* Jn |>aue 1M»«(«*«I t«» Attack Port Arthur. Che Foo, May 16 .—4 p. m —A com bined land and sea attack on Port Ar-j thty i» expected to take place between May 20 and May 22. j The Japanese hope to j ! Dalny with a few days, fortified, the only fort in the vtctn-1 tty being one midway between Tatien Wan and Kin-Chou. After the de struction of the submarine mines at Tat ten-Wan, the Japanese intend land additional troops there and com-1 ' to attack on Port Arthur. A Japanese officer informed the cor mence an respondent that the Japanese arc ready j to lose 2,000 men in the attack. ThiB j he did not con ft (1er to he a large nurri- j her in view of the great percentage of sick and wounded who will he able to retake the field as a result of modern hospital equipment. Well-Informed Chinese say (hat the entrance to Port. Arthur is not blocked. VA ITHOI T IVTill W ATIOX. ! I Ilr«»nkitiK of Com ru «i «il«*« (I«*» l>«*a»e* lluMMln Coni pi «-t«l y •" ** lt * l,nrlt ' St. Petersburg, May 17.-~Owing to the interruption of communication j with Port Arthur ihe admiralty has no information of Us own either regard big the blowing up of the Japanese ; cruiser Miyako on May 15 or the tor-j pedoing and crippling of an armored j cruiser in Talien Wan bay | Japanese Automobile* Borne«. New York, May 17.—The Automobile has been destroyed by club's garage fire, says a cablegram to the Amer from Nice. Sixty high-priced lean ■ machines were de&troyed, Including belonging to Americans. many Fire In a Ml»*. Marquette, Mich.. May 17—A spark from a miner'» lamp Monday started a fire in the Republic Iron mine at the 1,500 foot level and 200 feet from the shaft The blaxe threatened extensive äama»t.ä^J;feL-,> . .... May 10 by a naptha launch in com mand of a younR Russian naval officer. The admiralty offices hear with inter est the accoryu of the former and pointed out that by no chance could the two happenings be Identical, since tho Mtyako »as struck In daylight, and the other event is reported ins at flight. The admirality. awaiting news of either incident pi-duts out the feasibility of the launch ex ploit, since the equipment for sending I from small boats, an s happen bite torpedoes to niDSStaSÄT Whether one or Turkish war. Japanese ships have been * rippled, sat inaction Is expressed at the admiralty ; that there has been some équivalent j for the disasters in the Port Arthur j ! fleet. The Oral arrived Monday at Oron makiug the third battleship of the squadron destined for the tar east, which has arrived there to receive an The battleship Al equipment of guns. tlxa nder HI has been commissioned, ami the battleship Borodin Is re The Bouva reiving her main battery, roll Is lh>' only battleship tender run »traction to lie assigned to lb«' far east, and she was promiseil for The ball erics are being delivery last, mouth installed on Jemtehug and Izumrud. Despite this progress. Vice- Ad mirai Rojestvensky said Dial llu-r be no hurry for the voyage to Ike far east, ami that he does nol to arrive In the Pacific before Septcm xt at tho earliest. cruisers the protect od would •xpccl now be: I* Tiir. xn x x ko. TIIK I OSS fni * of tl»«» DlMitMler • lv«*«l Io Tokio. The V* l> Hei Tokio, May 17.—The cruiser Miyako was lost while assisting In the opera tions of clearing the Russian mines from Kerr bay. northeast of Talien bay. on which Port Dalny is situ* Wa Admiral Kataoka. commander of squadron, returned there aleil. torpedo boats which had be to complete sweeping the harbor by the removal of mines were discovered and exploded, and lie work was< being suspended for the day when the Miyako struck an undiseov- ered mine, which exploded with Ire- mandons force under the stern, on the port aide, and Inflicted Immense dam- the hull. The Miyako sank In Two sailors were killed The rest the third Sunday with a detachment of squadron, protecting two flotilla» of detailed hi» Five mines age 22 minutes. and 22 men were wounded, lift« been sorrowfully received In rokio The dangerous character of Ihe work in which the Miyako was engaged is but It was of the crew were rescued. The new» of ihe low» of the Miyak generally appreciated, thought that the loss of torpedo boat vlrai instances, . . ,. „ No. -1*. under similar Thursday last, would .serve as a ; Ins to those engaged In the work, to : exercise great care, The Miyako was a steel cru Ml of ! j ,800 tons displacement and 6JJ0 in dicated horse power, completed In 1901, and having an estimated speed of » knots. She was 314% fee. tong, had 36-feet beam and diew U 4 f water. Her armament consisted of two 4.7-inch qujek-firing guns and ten »-«-Inch guns and four torpedo tubes. warn of THE lUkSIAXS ADMIT IT. Port Arthur I* A«l iiiHI«»«) to II*» < I«»*«* «I. Tlu* Ha H rond New Chwang, May 17. The ; . : i anH now admit that the railroad i» j, rac j| ca ny closed to Port j Nothing has been heard from there by j wire for three days, and six days' mall ! consigned to points south of Hslu Yen The furnl Ruft Arthur. large army. Is moving from Vladhos ' tok towards Korea. has been returned here, ture of the administration buildings The Rub here has been taken away, sians say that O , Lineviteh, with a III MOH OF FIUHTTAO. j j j 1 ■,, » tt r nl «* «I Hum-.«' of Fllcltllna I» Direction of Mao Anna New Chwang. May 17.—There is unconfirmed remor livre that heavy ! fighting took place In the direction I of Liao Yang Sunday, The reports of big guns were faintly heard east of New Chwang at five o'clock this morning. The Russo-Cbinese bank has been moved to the French consulate. j rse evidently are determined that there Khali not be any further rail commun! cation between Gen. Kuropatkin and ; Port Arthuy. Official advices received by the general staff say the Japanese j have destroyed 60 miles of the railroad | north of Kin-Chou. __ Fifty XIII«-* !>«**( r«> >'«*«!. St Petersburg, May 17 —The Japan Truf. OIMI Knaul an«. Seoul, May 17 — A force of Japanese have trapped 200 Russians in a valley northeast of Anju. The Japanese are making no attempt to force the fight, - expecting to compel them to surrender through starvation. Belter Than He Inanalned. St. Louis, May 17.—"The exposition is grander and more extensive than I ever Imagined," said Secretary of State John Hay, upon viewing the principal plctuye from she step« of the German pavilion Sunday. Railroad Company is Not Liable for Acts of «'Fellow Servants." GBOl,ND F0R «*»«* I 4 l'i'li'umi* li 0 |M*mlor lu i»t I 'Irr m hi Ti M 1 1» XX i*» nrr ni i li U 10*11 « I» 0|M*rntl in Ilf •il. It i * k l 'ii*<* in mi Washlngton, May 17 .The suprema 'ourt of tin* United States Monday laid down the principle that a telegraph operator for a railroad company and a firemen on a railroad engine aro ■fellow servants," aud that the negli gence of the former causing the death j of the latter in the operation of trains j risk tin* tin-man assumed, and ' was not a ground for damans acalnat \ tho railroad company. i The case was that of Alllne A Dix- j on «gains, tin« Northern Pacific rail- ! rimd IV for damage« for the death | ' A. Dixon, n ftr,;- ! of her husband, the rond, killed In a collision telegraph man on caused by the negligence of Operator. The opinion, delivered by iswered two questions cor ed rent Just ice Brewer, lifted from the United States court of appeals for the Eighth circuit, aa follow»: local telogrnpb opera Kirst When tor is called upon specially by a train give information rela train at his dispatcher b tive to the arrival of dispatcher lo station, to ,enable the formulate orders for the movement of oilier trains, does the local operator In the matter of giving such Information j servant of train opera act as a folk sens«* t bat- the lives in sit/h ter is not liable to train who are injured by obeying an 60118 order of the dispatcher that wap induced by fab» information given by tho local operator? Tho answer to this question is: "Ihê oir »peratlvos rron telegraph operator was. under th oumstances, described a fellow servant of the llrninan." ''Second. Is the telesraph operator and stall tgllgence of ii local aaenl of In obaervltiK am! a railway company reporting by telegraph to the train dis patcher the movement of tminu pasl his station, which cause tho Injury or dealli of a fireman of the company without any fault or negligence of the train dispatcher, the negligence of a vice-principal, for which the railway company Is liable tn damages to (he fireman or his personal representative», or is tt the negligence of servant of Ihc fireman, the which the latter amiimes?" Answer. "The negllg •as the negligence of a fellow risk of fellow risk ol •e of the <>p erator servant of the fireman, the which the latter assumed " A dissenting opinion was delivered by Justice White, and concurred In by iho chief Justice and Justices Harlan and McKenna. In thl» dltwentlng opin ion the view was expressed that (hr operator was the agent of th or, and as such his negligence derrd the employer liable for damage or death caused thereby The opinion was further that the court'« decision would '-real« employ- ren expressed much coufuplon BODIES NOT BEEN FOUND iln> «»iti'«'lM»rM »dll l.ooUln« for H«*i \«- <>r Victim» «it Trmiiwil) I, hi-v. II« rill .-ill Reno, Nov., May 17.—More than a thousand persona lino the hank of the between Laughton » Truckee river spring» and tho Truckee meadows in a vain effort to discover the bodies of drowned Sunday All four persons night, the vigil was kept at points lBpended where arc lights had been raters, and early Monday, In over the elan trailers were rent out to follow both hanks of the turbulent stream The work is well organized, am) every available appliance lias been brought Into requisition. F, W Tlnsman, of Chicago, one of Ihe victims, was treasurer of the Chi was camped at cago Art Co,, and Laughton's, In company with Charles Dunlap, vice-president. SAYS SANTA CLAUS IS MYTH Ur. l)«*rfor«l, a Ht. I.oul* Itr» i» 1 1 t Xtlu |*|«T, Think* II*» Hit un I «I II*» It«*l«*»tttir«l (o Ihr Hear. May 17 -At Mon Nashville, Term, day's session of the Southern Baptist convention, Dr. Derford. of St. I»utH entered a vigorous protest against that there Is such tin teaching chlldre entity as Santa Claus. He said it was abomination that a myth, and an should he relegated to the rear. Deford said to teach children this de ception was exceedingly hurtful, It that it would encourage and train ehll Dr. dren to be deceitful. \ me rl«*« it In l»«*r«»f'* Arrlv«*. May 17. More than son Colon, American laborers arrive«! at. Colon The majority of them are Momlay, uniter contract to the United Fruit Co. at. Boca* Del Toro, anil the others aro seeking work here, but the present con ditions are unfavorable for such early arrival«. Da innK* (*«i**-il H > Front. Cleveland, ()., May 17.—Report» from many pointa in Ohio «how that more or fruit« waft caused by froat Sunday night. less damag i to vegetables and - Den. Innboro Deu«l. 8t Paul, Minn., May I7.~0en John B. Han horn, a civil war veteran, died Monday, aged 7S years. Death was due to old age. Gen. Sanborn was an un« la of Judge Walter H. Sanborn, of Hie United States circuit: court of appeal». Trial. Bedford, Ind., May 17.—James Mc Donald, who has been In Bloomington Jail since February, on the charge of murdertag Mts* Sarah Schaffer on January 21. was placed on trial Monday few hts life. MrD<»nitl«l l'l*»«*«»cl IHE FILIPINO STUDENTS Prof. William Alexander Sutherland Makes His Quarterly Report. llAvr Mini«* • lluriutt Nut* hi* i linr»<M Nii||*in«*i II«* I'r Ibrlr I Mr-1 « The ! oc omt William Ai Washing h juarterly report of Urol der Sutherland, tn char?« of the May students : n the I ' n if oil S eived l»v the bureau « Filipino has been oilar afTairn, >f in* vay department I'r of >f the •Hof: Sutherland apeaxa health of the students first •ho spent their vinter in southern California and a special (imitncr || m > H w j„, lhPn arter a Rhort visit \ ^ (o (hem S) h(Rl|s ,. 0l . i , , , '**S- - m the I'eniral state*, ! Tho *«*«'.■» la. a* lb« ' have ea | pressed themselves, desire «. pm-UO a ! varlcly of callings upon Urn to their island nomes per cent of the teach en- Some desire to become civil also of the satisfactory progress made In their school work. The present plan I» to collect : indents at aenne rullable place after the the school year is over and give tb r.i course along the : p»*ctal work is needed, and the Bt L cturn Twenty-li v* expert to become engineers, others deshe to pursue it MbIi to commercial course, riy medicine, two are eager to enter tho udemy at Aunapolir, and then naval find employment in tho coastwise serv ice of the Philippines. A few desire to study scientific agri culture, and It Is suggested that limy southern agrlcultur bu placed in some nl college In onle training In Hie cultivation ,i ns well ns an ac lib modern u«;rlcu!Uira! ■lire practical of rlc?, sugar and count qualntance w inslrumenls. WOMEN HOLD THE TRUMPS III « I r llii* TIm*i Ar«* rinyji lutiitln, XI t* til I»«* »"* «■• I*"* «•lir«' ot l»«r«*iMM*. X- J* \ Il 1 1 -1*'. II " , May 17 Hunger bun members of the Husband»' New York driven sonn» Anti -Euch re society of Bayonne, N .1 , into retreat, and the president hau re Min office is still vacant, and fere to bo cured of sighed the wives who WFf'IC playing euchre h!x aftcrnoomi have njore than held their ti uppen ground In hts letter of resignation I lie head of the reform movement declares that active In his effort» since he became to suppreiH the ladle»* armiSetnnet bis wife appeara to have forgotten how to cook, and that out of regard for his stomach ho Is compelled to resign. All offered the presl those who have lu deney report culinary department at home, and the reform movement appear» to be on the similar trouble In Ihc wane. PENALTY OF DISOBEDIENCE lllillna Will« WlM !X»rii llowpllflf With XVllllil m I. «mmI«* il» X|uni«» »•«»«» i ll). 111. %<-« Peoria, III., May 17. -While her fa ther, Ken D. Howell», and family were away from their home, City, Huntlay, Nora, Ihe daughter, went riding with William Bouden, who had been forbidden tin house. He urged her to marry him. and when she refused, fatally shot hei through the abdomen. The girt claimed the shooting was accidental, u,ntll tn no hope of recovery, (hr near Valet. 17-ycar-olfi formed there when »he weakened and told straight story. Gulden made no ef fort to escape, and wan taken to the Knox county Jail at Galesburg, foi safe keeping CURZ0NS HOME ON A VISIT I,or«! < iir/iin. Viceroy of IimIIh, lin«!} < ii r/. ou «il» <*ii ii <ir«»i»t fl<'«'l»|>!lOII In 1.011(1 «Ml. London, May 17.—Lord Curzon, the viceroy of India, and Lady Curzon ar rived In London and had caption. Premier Balfour and other ministers and many relatives and friends of laird and I aid y Curzon, In cluding Henry White, the secretary ol the United States embassy, crowded Ihe railroad station. Lord Curzon drov* directly to Buckingham palace, when he had an audience with King Ed ward. The viceroy received a hearty welcome from the crowds along the route. great re* DEATH OF COL. E. C. CULP (hit I rni a ii *»f tin* Orem«»» iiulttr«» of III«» L«»uI*I«»iih P iir<*lifiMt» I*. \ |M»*I11*1 it• Hr Wit« »Ir* ('< Kansas City, Mo., May 17.—Col. E C Gulp, of Satina. Kas., one of the best known men In the state, Is dead here at the home of his brother-in-law, ol cirrhosis of the liver, afier a long Ill ness. He was chairman of the commit tee of ceremonies at the Louisiana Purchase exposition, and held a simitar position at the Chicago World's fair. IlelU I p ami !(->!«!««■'!. St. Louts, May 17.—While walking along Taylor avenue, Sunday midnight Albert ft. Oehrter. vice preuldent Of the Gchner Realty Co,, waa held up by footpads and robbed of $30 In money and a pair of diamond-set tuff buttons and a diamond stud. (ir*»«*l«**l Will» lira** Itnuil. Holden ville, I. T., May 17.—Sixteen released prisoners who returned, Sun day, from Fort Smith, where they spent 90 days in jail for selling liquor, were met. at the Fiisco station by > brass band and 250 citizens FouikI l)«»a«l lu II«*«I. St. tamis, May 17—Daniel Lynrh, aged 46 years, was found dead tn lie! at the Union hotel, Sunday morning. Death ia supposed to have resulted from natural causes, as he hail com plained of being ill for several days. Ilev. T. !.. Ulnlsr», St. Joseph, Mo.. May 17.—Rev. T. L. Minium, for 40 years a resident of Amazonia, died here, Sunday aged 36. He was one of the oldest Odd Fellows In the state and was once grand mn*» ter of Mtaeovoi.