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ICH IHLU MISSOURI.
Thun far (Mb season anglers) agree
that the biggest got away.
What a perfect rhyme there It be
tween "April seeds" and "July weedsl"
Hurrah! The Maryland strawberry
crop li reported to be oris of the best
cn record. The optlmlate are not all
A Washington bulldog ate up one
enumerator's census book. He may
find kite long list of queries but tjuea
To Judge from the way aviator
have been falling from the sky lately
there I at least one product of the day
which In coming down.'
The . prospect of a "Chnnteeler"
drama In this country should arouse
great hopes among the musical com
edy players known as broilers.
The couple who were married on a
Western Maryland train going at the
rate of 40 miles an hour evidently
wished the matrimonial knot tied fast.
A six-year-old girl In Brooklyn baa
two heads. It must be something of a
train on her lnngs when she gets Into
an animated conversation with herself.
New Tork city continues to go up In
the air. The plan for a new 38-story
building means a notable addition to
the finest collection of sky scrapers In
Some claim that young Sldls, who I
elucidating the fourth dimension at
Harvard. Is after all but a reincarna
tion of Euclid. Toung Sidle him
self says to this theory; "What bosh!"
There are a great many swollen tor
tunes In this country, but Investiga
tion will show thnt very few of them
can be traced back to the Belgian hare
craze that caught so many hopeful
ones a dozen years ago.
Ixvrd Kitchener, England's big gen
eral, knows what good soldiering is,
and having seen West Point he gives
high praise to the military academy
as one of the best of training schools.
And American history shows his Judg
ment Is correct
In London a police magistrate de
cides that it la proper when a woman
lrjlets on wearing a big bat In the
theater to put her out The Issue la
out of date In New York. The lady
takes her hat off, over here, rather
than put her neighbor out
The bacteriological drama to be
given by Wisconsin girl student! In
which bacilli and germs will be per
oulfled on the stage goes tbe Chan
feeler barnyard drama one better.
There will be curiosity to discover
which particular microbe will have
tbe leading role.
An English novelist Is In this coun
try to study the women. The Amer
ican woman Just now seems to be the
most Interesting topic of civilized cre
ation. Still, there la no need to be
going to outside writers for a full un
derstanding of her. It takes the na
tive American to appreciate ber full
Prince Victor Napoleon will. It 1
announced, renounce bis pretension
to the throne of France. Prince Vic
tor Is about to marry a daughter of
the late King Leopold of Relglum and
he has a lot of money, so that It will
not be necessary for him to go on pre
tending for the sake of having some
thing to do.
Tret not thy gizzard!" Is the mot
to that Dr. D. K. Pearson. Chicago'!
millionaire philanthropist, give to the
world, at the age of ninety. It's a
comparatively easy motto to live up
to, when you are a retired multi-mil-lionalre,
but it's harder when you
don't know where the money Is com
ing from to pay the rent
There Is a "butter war" out In El
gin, 111., the center of a large dairy
Industry. One faction Is trying to
bold up prices to a certain rate and
another crowd wants the figure one
cent a pound lower. Meanwhile tho
"ultimate consumer" Is disregarded.
He Is expected to pay whatever the
Other fellows deride upon. That seems
to be the way the law of supply and
di'innnd works with trusts and com
blnatlona running things.
Herr Wlllielm Voitflit added to the
gaiety of nations w hen be personated
a Germun army officer and "held up"
the Mayor of Koepenlck. although the
Imperial authorities, who do not rellwh
that sort of humor, sent blm to prison
for hiH indiscretion. And now he finds
that the "Joke" hos a aerlnus side.
Uncle Sam's laws forbid the admis
sion of Immigrants with a prison rec
ord, and Herr Volght, who wanted to
locate here, bus been deported as an
objectionable alien. The laugh at
preseai seems to be on the man who
ma:je merry at the expense of the
Gei man army.
An announcement from the Iirltlsh
foreign office U to tho efftjet that
China has granted a concession under
the terms of which au American-English
syndicate will finance the Chin
Chow and Aigim railroad. This line
will run through a part cf lluur'jurla,
and the concession represents the suc
cessful negotiations with which our
governmifu has been connected. In
fact It Indicates acquiescence in .bn
propositions of Secretary of State
Knox looking to the fair recognition
of Amarkau interests In that quarter.
A SENATOR TELLS OF BRIBERY
An Illinois Legislator Bay Hs Cot
12,600 for His Vote for Osnator
. , Lorlmer,
Springfield, Illinois. Almost at the
am moment that Senator Lorlmer
was telling the I'nlted States senate,
with Impassioned vehemence, that no
man had ever received a dollar tor
voting for him, the Sangamon county
grand Jury was bearing tho story of a
many who said he had revived IH.iOcS
for his vote for Lorlnier for senator.
Tho man who made the confession
was I). V. HolHtlaw f liikn. He Is a
Pemocratlc state senator from the
HoUtlaw as the fourth nun to con
fess that bribery was resorted to tc
mike William Lorlmer, th "Illond
on," United States senator. None
bag said that he was bribed by Lorl
mer. In his confession Holstlaw embodied
the follow ins:
He -voted for William Lorlmer for
Cnite.l States senator because he was
offered J:.', .".00 for his vote by Stale
Senator John UroJerick cf Chicago.
That he was pn!d JI.'.OO promise!
h!:n by Senator Brodcrick at the sa
loon of Senator Itroderlrk in Chicago.
That he was later paid JTu'J "Jack
pot money by Senator linderick at
the saloon of the latter in Chicago.
That he voted with Senator Stanton
(. Pembcrton and Representative Josh
S. Clark to award the contract for lei
lslative furniture to the highest bidder
because he was promised Jl.juO for his
share In the graft.
CURT1SS SAILS DOWN HUDSON
The Aviator Followed Stream Entire
Distance of 137 Miles Which He
Covered In 152 Minutes.
New York. N. V. Glenn H. Cur
tiss, the famous aviator, flew In an
aeroplane from Albany to New York, a
distance of 137 miles. In l."2 minutes.
Never before had this trip teen marie
by mah In the air. The flight of Cur
tlss broke the world's record for speed
In a long distance test. He main
tained an average of it.TS miles an
hour, and In spurts frequently exceed
ed the rate of a mile a mlur.te.
Within 17 minutes after Curt'.s; sill
ed over Albany he had reached an a'.t
tude of about 1.000 feet above the
Hudson river. He made this stream
his route and at no time If he had
fallen would he have escaped its
Official Right ended at Spuyteu
Duyvil. Curtlss later flew further
south, coming to earth ou Governor's
Island at 11:57 a. m.
A RAILROAD'S BOOKS SEIZED
Rebating Charges Against the Illinois
Central to be Investigated by
Chicago, Illinois. Hundreds of
books und records belonging to til u
Illinois Central railroad have been
seized by the United States govern
ment, following charges of discrimi
nation in tariffs by (cuniuttii'in men
of Chicago, accordlus; to a Chicago
The Interstate Commerce emmis
slon has r Kirted the alleged relat
ing to the departniut of Justice at
Washington. As a result the federal
grand Jury will begin a thorough In
vestigation of the situation.
Gifford Plnchot is Back.
New York, N. Y. On board the
steamship Arabic which arrived at
Quarantine was GifTord Plnchot, for
mer chief forester of the department
of agriculture, who has been on a
visit to Europe.
Saving to People.
Topeka. Kansas. It Is estimated by
the officials of the railroad beard that
the recent order for a decrease In ex
press rates mill save the peopla ol
Kansas lion.ono annually.
FIRST MONUMENT TO CLEVELAND
The Grave of the Former President In
Princeton, N.4J., Marked by a
PrliK'tin, New Jrre. The firl
monument to Gnr.tr Ctevehmd has
JukI been rtiitkhi-d In tho l'i Imitui
cemetery. The monument la of Tenn
ee marble. It beats Hie Inscription:
: Grover Clvt elan I
: I'.orti CaMwell, N. J , Mur. IK, 1S17.
: lJl d I'rlMi i tuu, N. .1., June ItCiS.
Next to bis grave Is that of his
daughter. Hu b, who lled lu lt".'(.
Would Stop the California Fight.
New iork, N. Y. Tho Inter na
tional Reform bureau, located at Wai-h-
liiK'on. which U represented by K--v
Wilbur K. Crafts, has appealed to the
members of eou'41'rHS, a:; particularly
to tbe California delega'lon, to stop
the Jtffries-Jobnson Htiht en July 4
on the ground that It will desecrate
and dishonor the Nation's birthday.
Cherokee Indian Case to Supreme Court
Warrington, D. C. After au ab-
sense of four years tho Cherokee In
ti inn case. Involving the distribution
Of more than ll.OOU.000. has returned
to the supremo court. Tho question
Involved Is the manner of distributing
Deoesed Bhah to be Doctor
Odessa. Persia. 1 ho demised shah
of Persia, who Is living here In a villa
placed at his disposal by the Russian
government, has taken up the study
THE SPRING TONIC
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FRENCH SUBMARINE RUH DOWN
BRITISH MAIL STEAMER SANK
The Crew of 23 Men Had No Chance
for Escape and Went Down
With the Vessel.
London. Twenty-three men who
sail beneath the waves lost their lives
iff the coast of England.
The French submarine Pluviose was
t!ie wrecked vee!. It was cruisiujt
In the English channel, its fi.-hllke
back Just above the surface, when It
was struck by an Ktislish mail steam
er r:innir. between Calais and IXjver.
There were twenty -t::r.-e men In the
crew of the Pluviose. Shut up in
t::eir airtight craft tbey had na cbanre
to escape. The w ater rushed in from
above through an immense hole made
by the bow- gf the mail boat an 1 the
submarine sank almost immediately.
A CAMBRIDGE DEGREE FOR HIM
Col. Roosevelt Received an Honor
From One of World's Oldest and
Moit Famous Universities.
Cambridge, England. Theodore
loosevelt has had added to the stritii;
f letters lie Is entitled to w r'.te as his
name tbe L. I D. of Cambridge uni
versity. Willi quiet ceremonies 'he
signal honor frvm one of the wort i's
oldest r.nd most famous ut.lversitles
was i.cstowi'1 u;on the former presi
dent. Though the death cf King Kd-
ward prevented the carrying out of
the original plans, Mr. Roosevelt was
given a hearty reception by the 3. Too
student of 'the seventeen colleges
tLat make u; the university.
ATTORNEYS GENERAL ATST. PAUL
Fred 3. Jackson of KJm.11, President
of the Association, Delivered
St. Paul. Attorneys general and
their assistants from more than half
of tho 6tates In the Union are here
to attend the fourth annual conven
tion of tjie National Association of
Attorneys General. President F. 9.
Jackson, attorney general of Kansas,
delivered the anntfal address, and
Charles West, attorney general of Ok
lahoma, spoke on "The Federal Rail
ROOSEVELT TO VISIT CHICAGO
The Former President to be the Guest
of the Hamilton Club Some
Time Next Fall.
Chicago. Three hundred members
tif the Hamilton club of Chicago,
with their families, will travel to
New York In a special train Juno
16 to bo present at the homecoming
f Theodore Roosevelt. A special
incshongcr sent to London by the
Hamilton Club obtained Colonel Roose
velt's formal uoceptanco of an Invi
tation to be tho club's ucut In Chi
cago next fall.
Fifteen Injured In a Wreck.
Pueblo, Col Fifteen passengers
were Injured when two couches ori a
Denver &. Rio Grande passenger train
Jumped tho track two miles from Cuch
aras Junction, Col. Spreading rails
caused the wreck and two curs went
down tho embankment.
A College Building Burned.
Albuquerque. N. M. Hadley Hall,
tho science building of thu University
of New Mexico, has been destroyed by
tire. The loss Is mure thau $Kin,ooO.
Tobacco Trust Also Raises Wages.
New York. The American Tobacco
company has Increased the wages of
betv.eetl 3.00 and i, KMI employes In
the stemineiles, dryers and warehouses
In Louisville ten per cent. This ad
vance Is one of the juoul liberal made
by the various corporations.
Southern Newspaper Publishers.
Mobile, Alabama. 1'ha (Southern
Newspaper Publishers' association met
In annual convention hero with head
quarters at tb Rattle house. The ses
sion continued through two days.
GREATEST GUNNER IN WORLD
J. R. Edwards cf the South Carolina
Made 10 Hits in 16 Shots In Four
Minutes and 51 Seconds.
Norfolk. Va. Coxswain J. It. K.I
wards cf the battleship South Caro
lina, la the greatest gunner In the
world. K.lwards. at gun .No. 4. in the
after turret on the battleship, made
the remarkable record of Hi hits in
16 shots, lu fjur mluutis and 51 sec
onds. The South Carolina came up to the
Norfolk navy yard and the remarkable
record at target shooting eft the Vir
ginia fif was tibd for official rec
ord at Washington.
Cixswaln Kdwards is Just 21 years
of ae, and this Is his first enlistment
'.n the r.avy. His hume Is at Wood
house, Illinois Officers say the record
made by the yoti;; gunner breaks all
previous records made In any navy.
BALLINGER READY TO MOVE
As Soon as Investigating Committee
Reports the Secretary Is Expect
ed to Leave Interior Department.
Washlniron. The fm.lly of Secre
tary Itallinger have packed up and a-e
ready to return to their heme lu Seat
tle. Mr. I alllt.ger's resignation Is ex
pected by nl!l labium as s.mn as tho
report of the InxesM'.'a'.tng cot.mnl'.'eo
is suhml'ted to congM js. It 1 known
that the comml'ti e will divide on po
litical Urns and thnt a fl-Uit over the
adoption of the majority ri'i'.jrt will
bo ma le In the house.
Regardless if the outcome of th
tight oil the fti r, It Is understood
that Mr HaHlns.'T will rest cont nt
with his vindication from the n.aj-:rity
of the Republican member of the com
niltee. CAN MAKE USURERS PAY DOUBLE
The Superior Court Has Upheld the
Usury Law of Oklahoma in
Muskogee, Ok The supreme court
upheld the usuury law of the
stato which provides that a us
urer shall pay tack twice the
amount hi has churged at a usurious
rate. The case was that of Frank
l.lghtner against William P. Fields.
Llghtner borrowed f 1 7 .". from Fields
an. I was charged 7 a month for thir
teen months and then discharged the
debt by paving l.'oii l.lghtner was
given a Judgment for l.'jn It was
tbe first usu.iry rase over tried In this
DR. LANGE'S REAL DISCOVERY
Has Found a Process by Which He
Produces 1C0 Per Cent More
Silver Than Ever Before.
Scranton, Pa The real naturs of
the leruar kublu n eiallir gli al liinm -try
of Ir. F. W. Lunge was rcvea ed
for the flrt time b the noted chemist
himself. Ho ban found a process by
which he can produce from a silver
matrix 1'lcl per cent more chlorides
and nitrates of silver than have ever
been produced before. The discovery,
he confidently believes, will prove of
great commercial value through. Its f-
led on photorapho, electrical wvrk
und tho plating industry.
Will Not Wait for Election,
luhlngtcir. The statement may be
made upon authority that the Joint
Hal!lrk-cr rinohcit investigating com
mittee has 110 In'ontlou of postponing
the publication of the result of I's
work until aftor the November elec
tion. Wlster, Ok, Nearly Wiped Out.
Wlster, Ok. Practically the entire
business portiou of Wlster was de
troyed by two llres. Twenty eight
business houses wero burned, causing
a loss estimated a'. Iluu.onu. Only a
bank, two stores and the di p.4 remain
In the business section. Nj lives
Anti-Betting Bill Passed.
Albany, N. Y. The assembly passed
the Aguew Anti-Oral Hookinaking bill
by vote of VI to 45 after severul at
tempts to amend It bad been defeated,
PACKERS WERE AGAIN IN COURT
Validity of Indictments Alleging Vll
tiri of Anti-Trust Laws Attacked
Chicago, Counsel for the National
Packing company and Its ten subsid
iary concerns attacked In the federal
court the validity of the Indictments
alleging a violation of the ant I trust
laws.' Six points are iiik.Io by the de
fense, one of w lilrh asserts that prose
cution Is barred by the statute of limi
tations, and that It Is the combination
which Is illegal and not Its acts.
Arguing before Judgn I-amlls In sup
port of a demurrer Id the Indictments,
Attorney George T. Uticklngham de
clarer! that any trust after three years
from the date of Its organization was
Immune from prosecution mirier tho
statutrs. The statutes of limitation,
he asserted, tied tho government's
bands and made It Imp ossible to pun
Isbtbp National Packing company for
entering Into combine on March 18,
The government contends that the
statute of limitations cannot run
against an Illegal trust; that Its viola
tion of the law Is a continuous thing;
and that its very existence Is con
trary to the Sherman anti trust law.
Such was the argument male by As
sistant I.M.st rlct Attorney WHkerson
in reply to Mr. liucklngham.
70,000 GET WAGE INCREASE
Standard Oil Adds Many Millions to
Pay Envelopes of Its Em
ployees. New York A voluntary wage l
crease that will affect approximately
To.eoO men. has been made by tbe
Standard Oil company. The remark
able Increase to workmen, who in the
entire history of the concern, have
never been on strike, ranges from
C to lu per cent.
The order Is retroactive and be
came effective May 1. It Is estimated
that the company will adj from $G,0"0,
ooir to U.0'io,0ijo to Its annual pay
The new scale affec's employes en
gaged In the company's works and fac
tories, but the cilice men will nit be
benefited by this Increase. Most of
the employes who will get the In
crease are laborers, and the advance
applies to all tbe subsidiary coair,
nles In the I'nlted States.
THREE SUGAR MEN PLEAD GUILTY
Former Assistant Dock Superinten
dent and Two Weighers Will Be
New York Three more, of tho
-fend ants In the sugar underwiirh-
IliC conspiracy trial havn pleaded
guilty. Tho men are Harry W.
Walker, formerly slii'nnt iock
siriierlnti.ndt.rit and the two govern
ment weighers, Jean F. Voelkcr and
James llalligan, Jr.
Shortly af'er the onenlnt of tho
trial, when the prosecution announced
that It reste.l its rase, counsel for
Walker. Il.ililga:-. and Voelker with
drew their former pl as of not guilty.
Scsiteiioe was deferred and court
was adjourned until Tuesday.
A LONG VOYAGE "FOR A LAUNCH
Traveled From Chicago, Through the
Mississippi, the Atlantic, Erie
Csnal and Home.
New York. The 35-f ;ot cruising
launch Catherine M , of Chicago, has
arrived here after the longest trip by
tnlanl waters a motor boat has ever
made. It has logged more than 4.SUU
miles and will base covered about
H.noO by tbe time It again reaches Its
home ort. The launch left Chicago
May 3. l'.'l'O, for New York by way of
the Mississippi river and the Gulf of
Mexico. Ralph M. Pearson, the own
er, who Is traveling with his mother.
plans to return to Chicago by way of
the Hudson river, Lr.e canal and the
lakes to Chicago.
A BIG DROP IN WHEAT PRICES
The Patten Crowd Unloaded Several
Million Bushels Causing a
Sharp Break In Prices.
Chicago A collapse of Ihe wheat
market occurred as a result of thx
salo of several millions of bushels for
September and July deliveries by tha
I'atteu house, and Indications of a
settlement between the big holders of
May lit at Mild the "shorts" In that
delivery. The July prices dropped
US, cents to HO'j cents, ami the Sep
tember fell 11 rents to 'XI cents.
There were only a few trades In May
wheat It sold down li4 cents to
Chinese Loan Is Signed.
Paris The Hankow Sz Chuen rail
way loan agreement has been signed.
The signers are representatives of tin
anclal groups of tbe United States,
France, fireat Hrliain and Oermany.
The agreement provides for .1 loan to
tha Chinese government of $.10,000,000
for railroad construction.
Three Sugar Men Plead Guilty.
New York. Three of the defendants
In tho sugar underwelghliiK conspiracy
trial pleaded guilty. The men are
Harry W. Walker, formerly assls'ant
dock superintendent, and Jean F. VouU
ker and James llalligan, Jr.
Peru Prepares for War.
Lima, Peru. Another large contin
gent of tbe army Is proceeding to the
northern frontier. The popular opin
ion Is that was Is Inevitable owing to
Ilia conditions which Lruador Impose
COMET mi BE BREAXINS UP
AFTER CEN1URIES OF TIRELESS
SPEEDING END MAY OE NEAR.
Other Comets Have Broken Up and
Disappeared and This Msy Be
Doing the Bams.
New York. la tho fiery visitor that
looked upon the glories of Caesar and
saw the riot of th. FUxons at Hastings
making Its last call on the I'Uud
Suit's? Mary Proctor, who has an
International reputation aa an artrua-
omer, believes that such may be tha
"A celestial tragedy may be Inking
place behind the clouds that hide Hal-
ley's coi.ret from us," Mis Proctor
Miss Proctor believes that, after Its
centuries on centuries of tireless
speeding on Its Infinite race touise,
the comet may be disintegrating and
will disappear as other comets have
disappeared. She had two brief
glimpses cf the comet through rlf's In
"Rumors from more or lets reliable
sources," she said, "have been circu
lating to tho effect that the comet has
lost Its tail, that It has two tails, that
Its tall Is some forty degrees Ions,
and, finally, that the nucleus cf the
comet has split In twain.
"Cases of comets breaking up. illtu
perslm; and finally disappearing are ou
record, the best Instance being that of
lie 1 la's comet."
TO FIX THEIR OWN BOUNDARIES
Congress Gives Kansas and Missouri
the Right to Enter Into
Washington Senator Warner ha
reported to the senate the looker
re'tohitiun tn authorize Missouri ai.il
Kansas to adjust their boundary lines.
A; the request of Sena'or Warner tho
resolution was given lma;e,luie con
sideration and was passed In the same
form as It passed the ho;ie.
The rts.i'.ution prjviies that tho
states may enter Ittto a compart to tlx
their boundary lines to conform to
char ges ma le t eressiry by the
charges in the !. J of the Missouri
river. The river makes so many
changes 'hat part of Missouri Is now
on the west side- and part of Kar.sas.
cn the east side. Kai a state is au
thorized to cede to the other Ian 1
that has been affected by :bew
fhat:ges on such terms as they may
agree upon. The two states are author
ised to agree upon the Jurisdiction
ai-h, shall exercise over crimes com
mitted en the river so b i g as they
are not Inconsistent with the laws cf
the I't.lteil States.
GEN. ESTRADA REPORTED KILLED
Is Also Rumored That Blue't'ds
Has Deen Taken Backbone of
New Orleans. lliinlields has been
taVt n by M.idru ami Ks'rd. has been
killed, according to a cablegram re-
c. Ivrd fro n J F. .M'sohul, repr a-
tlve ht re tf the M adrli gov 11 nu t r:t,
hut row at the scene of iithtlna T!..
cablegram declared ilet 'iltory lighting
cui'lnti'd at Ulucfte!.! Is' oft. y u.i'es
from the city, but that the backb. t'.t
cf the rcvohrlun had been broken.
Little stuck Is taken In tbe cablegram
here a no confirmation followed It.
but at first It almost caused a panic
among K'strada adhcrvn'.
THE BIG DRY DOCK DEWEY SINKS
Largest Floating Dock In the World
Goes Down In 70 Feet of Water
In Olongapo Harbor.
Manila Tho drydock ltowey, the
Inrgest f. rating dry dock In the world,
sunk lu Olcngapo harbor lu "0 feel of
water. It Is the general opinion that
the sinking of tho dock was due to
carelessness rather than to a delib
erate purpose on the part of the sta
tion employes, who are Japanese, to
cause damage. The experts declare
that tho dock will bo sated.
Slide Menaces Canal,
Washington Tim engineers on the.
Panama cuii.U are facing a serious
situation In the handling of the "Cuie
bra slide" The slide consists of 2,
iiiMi.dinl cubic fee' of nia eii.il which
has been mov ing Into the Cub bra cut
slloe the work of excavation was be
Want More Sanitary Crf
Kansas City. The raliwav y ..1
clerks' convention received a Report
from tho resolution committee. 1 ho
resolutions suggested more sanitary
mall cars and of abolishing the use of
No Postal Bank Legislation.
Washington No isosial savings
bank legislation Is to pa- at this ses
sion of congress. The Republican
members of the house In caucus fulled
to reach any agreement ou the W eeks
bill, which Is to be presented to the
The Comet Not Halley's.
Paris. Tho latest dlsoivery by
French atronomers Is that tho comet
now in the western sky Is not Halley's.
According to the aatronomers. Halley's
comet will pot bo vlslblo until August
William Zsyler Acquitted.
May's Landing. N. J. William Zey
lor was acquitted on the charge ot
killing 17 earold Jane Adams on the
million dollar pier at Atlantic City IH
February. Tb Jury was out Ova hour
ad nineteen minutes.