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THE FARM I N OTON TIMES "pTO CO., Publishers. FARMINGTON I I Z Ml .riu Taylor, the negro, Is one of the best F Timers In America. He Is warrant- J fast black. Norwav 's seaweed, ui-cd ns fuel, yields a greater revenue than do the li.-beries of that, country. If women would rather do the pro pi'ung than the supposing, vsl.y, luo 11:1 n ought to lie agreeable. Willi famine, rebellion und earth (j iaki s. China Isn't ii.ls.-.lng many of the big tl.inr.s g.iing this vcar. A Chi'-am. girl refused to marry a man. who at once jio-i lli-d her lack of confidence by killing himself. Dr. lanll ll.-ieh sa s 11111 ic is dead. I'eihapK they have no t latin in the fat aii.ive the one Dr. Kniil occupies. The doctor who ci. Heeled 1.000 (I-.ulls ought to be an ex-ot'ido mem ber of all the Greek letter fraternities. Says an Alabama poet, "1 tinld in my baste all fishermen ate liars." Ha-te? After due refiectlnn ou mean, man. Are we not to be permitted to retain a ungle old belief? A Vashliieloii ex pert now says that It is healthful to at green fruit. Prof. Hell says we shall scion be fly ing. Others have thought that, too, professor, but the law uf giavitation has been In the way. Once In a while some girl who hns rever been In a chorus sueeei Is In 1; " 1 1 : 1 1 ir a rich hm hauil. tlm- show ing that there are exceptions to all rules. A Paris paper say:; limjicror Wil liam looks and ac ts like u Frenchman. It N i viib-nt that the Parisian editors 11:.' b miid to keep Germany anil Fi asiee from becoming friendly. The p. iiuer otbee boy of a St. I.ouls !.. 1. inipany ban been wad.- it.-s lone piai;. !nalia::i r. The nee d of this b, a I r.:).r Is uncertain. Which pa's In'' - ' to be on 1 fill-- or til keep one's ( ; e i( llie clol k ? A St. Louis univirsitv has estali-IMn-'l n chair for ehaufti ai s. Dou'jt-b-Ks it will be much pb a.-aater to be 11m over by a college gtadnate than by some ru le person who knows noth l!.g about the classics. Holler skating parties In a rink erected on a lawn are the Litest fad. If this roller skating craze gets much worse we shall have to pave all the M reels with asphalt and warn uuto mobiles and wiilmuih of. Chinese laundi v ineii In Chicago are organizing 11 military connniny In an ticipation of an upheaval at the death of the dowager empress. We should think they could do damage enough by going home and doing washing for their enemies. It la said that an.. one wishing to dilute wine with water can be sure the wine will kill the microbes which nitty link In the water within six hours after the mixture Is made. Put how long does it take the water to kill the terms of "brain storms" In the wine? After she has secured him nnd tins rafely put him away where she knows she can get hlni at any tlni" doubtless the t ill who won a husband by hitting 1:1m with a snowball will confess to lain that she was aiming at a cow on the opposite side of the street from him. The most niilipie method of deliver ing mall doubtless Is that employed bv steamers passing the Islands of the Tonga group in the Pacific. On account of many reefs lauding is ex i:einey dangerous, and the few let ters to be delivered are attnehed to luvge skyrockets, which nre fired and reach the shore in safely. The hlioric plains of Abraham will be ib liieatcil as a national park at tl. celebration next year of the three hundredth miniver: ary of the found ing of Quebec, provided those most prominent lu the commemoration nre able to have their way. At present the plains lire marred by a rifle fac tory, nnd Instead of listening to the de;;::i:id that they remove to another site, the owners of the plant demand nn re room. The Evening Mall, of New York, pins earnestly If not profoundly Into the (iiestlon of what makes or breaks a hotel. It talks pleasantly about the old-time boiilfnce of rubicund counte nance nnd warm Jolly at the tap, tells how be Is succeeded by the modern clerk and upon these premises places the unassailable conclusion that the hotels that get the money are made and that those falling to get It are broken. It only took a little over half a column, says tho Detroit Free Tress, to work out the ny!oBlsm. t'nderneath the reassuring reports 8 to Mr. Chamberlain's health given out by his family there circulate per sistently rumors of the Incurable na ture of his nialndy. One statement very strongly made In England, In pri vate circles, Is that Mr. Chamberlain Is dylnB from cancer. One woman who upplies for a di vorce says that her husband took her home en their wedding day and thct his former wife was at the door and wouldn't let her In, but took back her husband. Some men are 10 careless about do'nc things of that sort THE TRIAL AT BOISE COUNSEL FOR DEFENSE ENDEAV OR TO PROVE CONSPIRACY. WITNESS PROVES ALIBI FOR ORCARC Owner of the Houte Has Secj.-ci Judgment Ayainnt Cas Com pjny for Explosion. "' bh'ho- A .-view of l!; , v- I'h'IMo llltro-l-M . , i ;. ,.,.;,. ,,r .., b"i live ,.,; , ,,, jn, v;. iio-liif ion 1I1 1' 1 1 1 1 (. v.0.,1.1 ,.;.., v., : ,, , , f :; ' laetaai ,l -.- in: t. p, - .'.a, a:.-. i v ..... j .. vi,.,,, . a -s." I ''am. ,ii, i,,. ... ,., , . 'I i 'oval (.1 lie jni,;,,,,, ,. 1 , ..... ', ' ' !er:i,e: ,.ane:nor ol ( :ii,:;rl 1. t!,e lii"l a.iiiil.nil M'iie:,, ,,( c !,,'-.:.!i, .. 1 '' "l'"-l".t: people. ,',,!: .r.ji, I - ', ' ' ' ''''" '!" !' I'll le llaliri,,-',,!' V " d. Charl. s II v. . ''' ' A C.-i: a:., ,1, , ... ' l.ieVI.Cl.l .,,. .,,.,. .,, . . !' i-spoiis p., t!,e l.iiliu ,,, ,, "'' II 111 'I"' Hhb j e.!e, ,. ,1 . ,, Tl"' eviilenee .,, ,,. :, , r, ( ,,; , the d.-fenv,. ,.,,. ,,, (1,1U, lMl (),. ( bard. Inov. no; of tl,,. blowlm- 11 , ,i 1 - r Hill a,,,! Sullivan ,.:.',, ... tiaior in v,:,: ,,f ,,. ,,.,,, .,, ViedicabM- iMln, and ot the blowim up ot Hie Independence depot- ,,r tie I'ilo'ig of L.vte (irv.rory, and of ti e Vplo-loil i,l III ;,,. J resldellC . S.111 Ftan.-lM-o, aeeu,ed lilmselr of huv- ''" iited the eiinies and the "H'l b-r of 1; ., when In lac- he ha.l lntlc or no pe.,,n, ,., wllli any of them. Orchard Was Miles Away. W itnesses .ni. Ml,,n, nlilt (,,,.1:inl was not at Wai In. r 011 the dav the Hunker III!! and Sullivan concentrator wa blown up. II,;,. fa,.,s ,. ,,., wi'li the Vindiealoi- mini, tend to the eol.elu .1,11, i,. ,. ,.Xi,llsi()1 w.,.. . I'l' iita!; that while Orchard in. . hav. b. .1: pr. seni w hen th, Imlepentt ( lice . .,., ,e- i;ov,.(! Steve ,'. ams was In f,,,., the m.10 who was .111. I'l'-Veil 1.1 the n,i, ,,, , ,,, .,,.v "p a pie. . of u-. . ; pn.periv, !nir tiiat a blunder In I,,,.. ,,r lite, that l.i 1, (Jr. gory vv.i- mill,!..,-, , " 'be illstalK f the I 'lilted .Mil .. Worl.eis and not 0! Hp. Western l-V.I-eration, and lim; (in lianl. possc-slng a mania for boa-ting of ij. c-on.iul .'ion of great crime., was lynK when he said he was cm clod Willi Hi- bomb at llraillev s house. Kvidoncc has also been introduced lo slum- dial biiih On hard and Simp kins had personal motive for killltm fonner (love;no. Ktciiucnhorg and that SlnipHns' motive was the strong er of the two in that h,. was sub ject to unjust punish nt and torture at the hands of negro 1 roups railed 111 by the association In lMili. Kuriher evidence as to ihe explosion at the r.railley house Is yet to come. Deposi tions from Mr. Itradlev will be Intro diic. il Thov , a made recently ,1. San l'r..iici.-io leatihy :.w.,us thai the . xpl.e a 11 w , .- dm. to an aeciiiini latlon ol escaeii:;'. i'...- and that llie O.Vtor of llie boll.-e re.llled a lU'lg- no lit lor il::.ii:i':. - a:.;e:-t the as coiiioaav l.ei.ire a mi-, alii liirib.-r thai an appeal to tn sup. rim- coin reuli. il in a lonioaiailon .,, the find ing (I llie jury in Hi., lowe-- co i;-t. Simpkins' Presence No: Denied. The ilel. ti e has in I :rl. :i.pte,l to (. IIV tile presence of ,;i, , SlIllpl.illH In Caldwe!!. M roiupai;' wltli Orchard, shortly bejore the iiiur.l. r o! Steuiien. her,:, and llie evidence as to the tr. al moin of Simpkin.- rhortly beloiv tbe muid"i- of Steiitn 11b, ; g and the evi dence to tin. ireaiia.iii of Simp kins by Ihe ;.'ilhoi Itles while he was In the In,!! p 11 Indicates that the de f. use does not intend to clear Simp kins by participation In that crime as tin accessory h. f. re the fact. It has been repeatedly stated, as a matter of cum nt report, that counsel for the defense knew of the whereabouts of Simpkins, who has been a fii'ttlvc since Sleaneulierg's minder. Gold Decreed. Silver Increasing. Helena. Mont Ther,. Is a slight de. rrease in the amount of gold receive I .n the rn::c, I Stat, s asr iy ..flic., fur the li.-i al year jusl . a.b d and an lu cre. i-,- in the silver, do, I 1. ceived was fj.li.'." 11 PI .;?, silver J'.'.M.'ll.OI. The total ncolpts for .lime were $110, V.'S.J.', of which 1 1 us. ,',M was In gold. Chouteau county was the 1ai n. r producer List m:.n!h. Battleship Collision Denied. rails Minister of Marine M. Thom son received a dispatch Ironi Vice Ad miral Touc.iard. commander -in-chief of the Mediterranean squadron, emphat ically denying the reported collision between Ihe battleship .lauregulbrrry an da torpedo boat destroyer. Longshoremen Strike Again. New York The longshoremen on Ihe docks of the Cunard line steamer struck when the rmhrlii from Liver pool doeki d. The men demanded COc an hour for Sunday work. Havana Cigar Plants Close. Havana The clfrarmukers who are on strike, not having replied to tho ultimatum cf the manufacturers to submit their dlffeernces to arbitration, which lias expired, Ihe manufactur ers announce their Intention to close a:i their plants indefinitely. Rich Ore Theft Discovered. fjoldfield, Nov. Five assaycrs wero arrested here and l.!00 pounds of X!;h prade ore, alleged to have been stlden from Little V,.pnrn mine and valued at $00,000, was recovered. THE RE BUILDING OF FRISCO. WTw Wll Ww nW. SCHMITZ UP AGAIN IS ARRAIGNED ON TWO COUNTS OF ACCEPTING BRIBE. MAYOR WILL ANSWER JULY 3 The Motion That Indictments Against Hnlsey Be Set Acide Wat Continued. San Fr in-ls-.. Cal - Pofnre .Tticl tr Huiitie Friday Mavor Schmltsi was arraigned (Ml I iwi imiii'liiK'Itts, one charging him with accepting a Iiiilio of $;;.;."( from the officials (if tile San Francisco C :i s nnd Klootric company to v 1 1 hhtiid his vein from nn ordinance passed hy tho board of sup orvisois fixing tlm gas rali'8 fur mm; H7 11I S.' cents Instead if 73 cents; tlin oilier charging him with accept ing n bribe of $.-..000 from the Fulled Railroads to withhold his vote from nn ordinance permitting that corpora tkm to electrify the street car system. Judge Dunne set July 3 an the (Into nn which the. mayor will answer their liidlctuientH. The motion of roundel for Theodore V. Halscy, agent of the Pacific States Telephone and Telegraph company, that the Indictments against Hillary be net aside on the ground that the grand jury that returned the Indict inentH was Illegally eoiistlluled, were continued hy Judge Dunne until next Tuesday morning. In Judge LnwIcr'H court a 1 iniK iit k on the motion to Ret aside the indictments against Patrick Calhoun and other lulled Itallroad of ficials went over until July h. Cotton Leak Case Closes. Washington. I C--K. S. Holmes, j Jr., former associate statistician of the agricultural department, conclud ed his testimony In his own behalf In Ills trial on the charge of divulging crop reports. Kvldcnce In the case practically Is concluded. The gov erument consumed the afleruoon in prayers for Instructions to the Jury and the defense will he ncard Mon day. It Is txpectod that a verdict will be secured next week. Turnerbund Opens Meeting. Louisville, Ky. The annual turn fest of the Indiana district of North American Tiirnerliund opened with 3.000 visitors and f.00 nthlcteg from Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Ken tucky In attendance. The feature was the broad high Jump, won by I'nul CJuertner of the Chicago Turngetn elude Ills jump was 10.5 feel broad mid 4.C feet h.gh. Indiana Cigarette Law Invalid. Chicago, III. Judge Chytraus de clared the law passed by the last legislature and prohibiting the sale of cigarettes In Illinois, invalid. He held that the body of the act did not con form to the title. The Judge declared that the law was declared to be nn net to "regulate" when, in fact, It was an act to prohibit. Condemn Liquor Traffic. Davenport, la. The Iowa State Sunday School association has closed It g annual session by adopting resolutions condemning liquor traffic nnd electing officers as follows: Pres ident, J. S. Corkey, Wlnterset; treas urer, J. F. Hardin, F.ldota. French Mutineers Landed. Sfax, Tunis. The French cruisers Desalx and Du Chayla arrived here nnd disembarked the soldiers of the 17th regiment of infantry who recent ly mutinied at Agile. To Have Largest Steamer. Hamburg. The officials of the Hamburg-American Steamship Com pany confirm the report that they are about to order a steamer which will exceed In sin the Cunard line's new turbine vessels. The liner will be commissioned in 1910. To Banquet St. Louis Officers. Rio Janeiro. The American Minis ter Irvln II. Dilby, will give a banquet June 29 to the officers of the U. 8. Cruiser St. Louis. I l".r(Fl railroads arebuying cars Lines in Both East and West Are Making Heavy Expenditures. New York The llarrlmnn. Could 11 nil other lame railroad s;. stems have placed car contracts within (he last few days calling for nn ixpendlturo of upward of $r.,ono 11(111 and orders nre pending for cars to tn.; value of fully $10.(100.000 more. Heavy contracts lire also about to be given I r locomotives for use ou Kast.-ru I. lies, Tlie principal contracts call for 14. 1'iM freight cars. The Harrlinan llnej have ordered b.rtilO refrigerator cars. The Missouri l aclflc has contracted for 7.000 fi-f luhts. The most important contracts pend ing lire for the New York Centra! lines. It Is understood in railroad equipment circles that specifications ar being prepared for C.ihHi cars, .",1111 of which will he ordered within the next few weeks. The Hock Island system, It is stated. Is also about to order 3,000 freight cars. NEW YORK BUILDINGS BURN. Scorct of Workmen Had Narrow Es capei from the Fire. New York. A flire In several frame buildings at the mouth of the Pennsylvania railroad tunnel, at the foot of F.ust Thirty-third street. Im perilled the lives of Bcores of men ut work underground. An alarm was hastily sounded and the "sand bogs" brought to the surface as quickly as possible. All escaped in safety ex cept Ing six, who were overcome by smoke. They were saved by their comrades and taken to the hospital for treatment. It was at first reported thnt two men had been killed, but after the fire was brought under control, It was stated that it wo believed that all the men had safely escaped. The three buildings at the mouth of the shaft were burned. The loss Is small. APARTMENT HOUSE BURNS. Large Number of Omaha Families Are Driven Out of Homes. Omaha, Nebraska At nn early hour this niornlug fire broke out In the Martin flats, nn old four-story apartment housn located at Seven teenth nnd AVcbster streets, and oc cupied by a large number of families. The building is of wood and offered little resistance to the flames. One man Is reported to have Jumped from the third floor and was badly Injured. The building vvlil be n total loss and In r. monetary way will not amount j to more than $10,000, The name of j the man who Jumped from the third story ran not le learned. I lie. police and firemen have nut been able to outer the building. Francis Murphy Reported Dylrij. Los Angeles, Cal., Juno 2ft. All hopo for the recovery of Francis Mur phy, the aged temperance advocate, who is ill here, has practically been abandoned. Fire Causes $300,000 Loss. Birmingham, Ala., June 28. Flro destroyed tho Chalifoux building at First avenue and Nineteenth street The loss will be 1300,000. Schooner Sinks with All Hands. Dunkirk, France. The schooner Violulte, with 19 hands, has sunk bore off the coast of Iceland. Cuban Intervention Continues, Havana. Tbe announcement of Secretary Taft that American Inter vention In Cuba will continue 18 months was received here with slight Interest. La DUcusclon editorially ap proves the decision and says that the period will be fully occupied. Rev. Hopkins Gets Degree. Burlington, Vt., At the University of Vvrrcaont commencement president MatUiws confered the honorary de gree Ut Dr. of divinity upon R7. V. H. Hopkins, Berkley, Cal CLEMENCEAU WINS SOCIALISTS PROVE NO MATCH FOR FRENCH LI.ADER. VOTE CONFIDENCE IN GOVERNMENT Master of Parliamentary Debate Cites Years in Which He Had Fought Oppression. Purls, France. Tho chamber of deputies by c. decisive majority of 120 after nn exciting eight hour debate, voted confidence in the government's policy regarding the winegrowers' movement. Premier Clemenceau's victory was more decisive than ills most nr (lent friends had expected. Dur. lug the session the extreme social ists put forward speaker nfter speaker from the south, but. notwithstanding their savage attacks they proved no match for M. Clemenceau, who is a past grand master in parliamentary debate. The premier based his defense of the government's use of force upon the ground that the situation in the south, with two hundred municipali ties striking und their population re fusing to pay taxes, could not bo tol erated. With consummate skill he re plied to the reproaches that he had, become reactionary by recalling the long years during which he had fought against oppression and Injustice mid by referring to the time when, as of Moutmartre under the commune he almost sacrificed his life In endeavor ing to save French officers from a mob. After Clemenceau had conclud ed. M. .Inures, the socialist leader, at tempted to turn the tide, hut it was too late to make an Impression and by a succession of voles the cabinet was sustained. DAMAGE JUDGMENT UPHELD. Widow of Kentucky Fued Victim Sues for $8,000. Frankfort. Ky. A daniago Judg ment of the Clark circuit court awarding Mrs. Ahrlcl Marcnm, widow of Attorney James II. Marcum, who was nssiisslniited at Jackson, llreathlit county, and her children $8,000 to be recovered of Judge James Hargls and Kdwnrd Callahan on tho ground thut they had caused Marcum to be shot was upheld hy the Kentucky court of appeals. Hargls was the county Judge nnd Callahan the sheriff of Breathitt county when Marcum was assassinat ed. Tragedy Suspect Held. Carllnvllle, 111. A man was arrest ed Friday morning who tallies with the description furnished by the Madison police of Frank Novak who Is alleged to have shot nnd killed Frank Stebcr in u saloon near Madison Hies day evening. Ho gave the name of William Itelbold, holler maker, from Chicago, and declared he was In St. Louis on the night of the tragedy. Misappropriated Company Funds. Paris. France. Charles Wootr, Gam mon of Sacramento, Cal.. director general of the American Exploration company, who was arrested here June f!. charged with misappropriating I'-OO,-000 of the capital of the company, was released In $1,000 ball, pending the decision of the magistrate who Is In vestigating the charge. Rockefeller Appeal Denied. Chicago, III. "This court Is no respecter of wealth or other claims of Immunity." Federal Judge I.nndls Informed Attorney John S. Miller of the Stanard Oil rompnny Friday morn ing, when counsel for the trust ap pealed to the court In chambers to have John I). Rockefeller excused from the necessity of boliiK subpoenaed in tbe reuato cuses. Canal Progress Regarded Good. Colon. Panama. Depsltn the strike of the Bteam shovel men In May and the heavy rainfall, the earth taken from the Culebrn cut Inst month ex ceeded half a million ruble yards. Tills result is regarded as splendid and as being dun to tbe strenuous efforts of Lieut. Col. Ooethals, chief engineer, and his staff. Second Lynching In a Month. Alexandria, La. The body of Ma nilas Jackson, a negro charged with criminal assault, was found hang ing to a tree -about twelve miles from here. He was lynched after being taken from a deputy Bherlff who was bringing him here for safe keeping. This Is the second lynching this month near here. Explosion Frees Prisoners. Sabastopol The explosion of an Infernal machine here shattered the prison wall. Twenty political pris oners escaped. Dived From Third Floor; Died. Newark, N. J. Raphaelo Savaro, who pleaded guilty to assault on an eleven year old girl, killed him self in Jail. He dived from a balcony on the third floor of the Jail to the lower floor and struck on his head. Prince Receives Harvard Degree, Boston, J'.ass. After receiving the dtTee of doctor of laws at Har vaitl Prince Louis Savoy, duke of the Abruzzl, left the city. His flagship, the Varese, sailed for Quebec. AUTOMOBILES IN GERMANY. Statistical Bureau Gives Out the Num. ber and Kind Used. Berlin, Cicnnnny. Some Interesting Information concerning the automobile movement in Germany has just been made public by the statistical bureau. On Jan. 1 there were 27,020 auto mobiles, Including motor cycles, In the country. Of this total 1,211 automo biles were used for drayage uud simi lar purposes, and of tho remaining 2a, MS leadlines 15.700 were motor cycles and only 10.11.1 uutomoblles in the usual sense. More than half tho latter were of elcht-lioiiscpowcr. During the half year ended Sept. 30 last there were 2.21MI automobile ac cidents In Germany, In which 073 caused injury persons. The number of persons killed and wounded amount ed to 1,170, Including al killed. I KNOX ADDRESSES LAW SCHOOL. j Filipino Students Win Two Honors Out of Three. New Haven, Conn The orator of the day ut the senior exercises In the law school of Yale university was Fulled States Senator Philander C. Knox of Pennsylvania, and his subject was "The Development of the Federal Power to Hegulate Commerce." In the graduate class of the threo honors, two are won by Filipinos, Jose Kaeahni, of Pampnnga, Phlllpplno j Islands, takes a mugna cum luu do I honor. ; nd Mnrlnno llonorade de Joya of llolanzas, P. I., takes an honor cum liiude. Russia Issues $25X00,000. St. Petersburg. Russia. All Im perial ukase ssu"( directs M. Kok ovsoff. the finance minister, to Issue $2."i.0Uli.(Un in 4 per cent rentes for purposes set. forth In the budget. In cluding famine relief. The council of ministers lias Invested the command ants of all Imperial paliu'es with ex ceptional powers. Pays $J,C00 for One Dollar. Philadelphia For one silver dollar sold at the miction of the Matthew Sllokney collection of coins the sum of $:i.t;O0 was paid by Henry Chap man for a collector known lis "Her cules." The same person paid SH.SMO for the llrasber New York doubloon, nice value $10. The dollar sold was one of .lie six silver dollara remaining of the mintage of 1MM. Candidates for Guatemalan President. Mexico City, Mexico Advices have been received here that In the con gress of (I on 1 'in ula on June C two can. dldntes were named for the presidency of that republic in case of tho retire ment of Cabrera. These two candi dates are Gen. Marlnnno Sessnno and Gen. Juan HurrloB. The latter Is now the minister of foreign relations. Caroline Islands Hurricane Swept. Sydney, New South Wales The German steamer Germanic, which ar rived here, reports a hurricane, ac companied by Immense waves, which swept the Caroline group. Many Islands were devastated and It Is es timated that at least lion natives per ished. Condemn Liquor Traffic. Davenport, la. The Iowa State Sun day School association has closed its annual session bv adopting resolutions condemning liquor traffic and electing officers as follows: President, J. S. Corkey, Wlnterset; treasurer, J. F. Hardin, Kldora. Klrkman's Sentence Commuted, Jyavenwnrth, Kns. Hugh Klrkman, former lieutenant In the Ciiited States armv, was discharged from the "'lilted Stntes penitentiary here, bis sentence of three years for embezzlement hav ing been commuted by President Roosevelt. Arkancas Governor Pardons. Little Rock. Ark Gov. Plndall par doned E. O. Ilutt. formerly Btuto sen ator from Carroll county, convicted of tbe bribery of Senator H. R. Adams ot Grant county, nnd sentenced to the state prison for two years, llntt be gan his sentence Jan. 1, 1907. Dr. William Osier Denounced. Los Angeles, Cal A resolution, de nouncing Dr. William Osier as " Medical nihilist," and refuting his the ories regarding the age limit, was In troduced In tho convention of tho Na tional Electric Medical association by Drs. C. Q. Winter, of Minneapolis, and E. G. Sharp, of Guthrie, Okla. The resolution was referred to tho advis ory board and will be reported back to the convention for action. Big Copper Company Incorporated. Dover, Del. The Consolidated Cop per Co. of New York city, with a cap ital of $500,000,000, to operate In Alaska, was chartered here. Tbe In corporators are Edward H. Neary, An ton J. Dlttmar and Ralph Brill, all of New York city. Funston Admits the Expression. San Francisco Gen.. Frederick L. Funston admitted that In his letter to tbe Fourth of July.twmeWtKe tof this city he used the expression, the "un whlpped mob;" that tt was not direct ed against any set ot men except what be terms the "uncontrollable element" Daisy Day Adjudged Insane. Peoria, 111. Henry P. Day, a veteran newspaper man, and bettor known an "Daisy Day," was adjudged Insane ai-4 haa been taken to the Bartonvllla atrium.