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THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
"BREVITY 18 THE SOUL of wit;" but "A good story it worth the space needed to tell it fully;" thio applies to advertising, HOW MUCH ADVERTISING shall be used All that the readers will di gest; supply plenty to support growth. TOLUMJfc XXSIX, NO. 208. CAIRO, ILL., SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1907. ESTABLISHED W IBM. CALL fOll TROOPS 10 STOP MOB NATIONAL POEO KOREAN STREETS ON THE ISSUES T E bent on lynching italians accused of kidnaping and murder. of KOREAN rMPcnorv was m DISPENSABLE TO JAFANf-.SE FREE HAND. RATT LAW UNNECESSARY EL KINS DILL ALL-GUFFICIENT TO CURD R Al LROAD'iS. MANY EASTERN TEAMS IPRE8ENT TO TAKE PART IN CHAMPION CHIP TOURNAM f- NT BUFFA LO JUNIORS DEFEATED, BEATEN RACK FROM THE PAL ACC GATES BY ARMED POLICE. OPERATORS SETTLE STRIKE JUDOr; WOOD BARS ALL PROOF QUESTION BY ACCEPTING COMPANIES TERMS. OF MINE OANERS' CONSPIR ACY AGAINST FEDERATION HAGUE APPROVES A SPEAKS TELEGRAPHERS PROSECUFI WINS DETHRONEMENT OS FILLED WITH MOB RETURN 10 WORK K HAYWOOD CAS REINFORCEMENTS SENT At t O'c'ocl; This Merging by Special Tram From New Or eans to Halinville, La. Mob is Dispersed. Orion:)! I. July 19. tA n place M on tele iv of no, torn and leUfcCi llnera Y M Mi ii ittK released on th" liilUa prikttieillQKBb this nfte.nnon Rovcral weeks' imprisrmn-ent. as Ions pcrsonh In afa juarfintiB Several hundred au;ry M im a n led Hie Montewbne house an l rt l t 25 policemen fail o I to crowd. The Mooteleoues . t il. en to the police ste- unit t We IV tion. I a air 1 OV. Ihls crowd final I .' juke During tn nx I lie eat! ovcitonient Peter of tie .V'it'l nlv to l"!ft- It Mf! I .' i ii d. Hi III! i Into TPOUBLE hnvtlle. III. ANY Job MINUTE. 10, Hurry I-; guard ouble Two toil, peeleil pfinieS mm rly roads. inii pit W ll i REINFORCEMENTS SENT. 'lue July here , Two ire due t i inn 1 a Ii ii vi f 1 e. by a special train o'clock 'his tnominK (tfnt KMicfoicemenlw. This will companies nn (fusrd. In fore t i nrday) : make flv REACHED SCENE Hahvlt1, iJi-. Jn'y i IN TllvlE. potite of M arrived nboui a hU'tidred am d here by train about ? iSiaiurdavl mnmlOK. b( o c k this mt oi in a lynch ihe milllia int but was dispersed by Wltboul ii conillct. II is said thai t.hc itii'inl" of the ecu red posse believed 'hat they ha I sec r i underttaodfRg with a snfti number ef troops to make a lym u ceasfut. leal ling HANK'S WIFE ACCIDENT TO MACHINE IN WHICH PARTY WAS MAKING TRIP FROM INDIANAPOLIS TO BOS TON STOPS JOURNEY. Amsterdam. N. Y.. July 19. Mrs. Charles W. Fairbanks, wife of Vice ru-sident Fairbanks, and sons Robert and Fre tartak, and the latter's wife c c mprisl.ii; an aulom -bile party were I--, an accident 25 miles west of here today, liar all c eapet! wlllumt seriona Injury The loss of a tlie ditched Iholr machine. The pn-ty was taking an automobile rip which began at IndlatiaiMdis and was to have con tinued to Ronton, but which, owltne to today's art i lent on l(l at Fort Plain '.-ci let as Ui" car was conceited. The jmrty pr.icei-ded by rail to Ronton. While moving along at a good speed fslf way between St. Johnsonville and Fort Plain. Ike rear tire came off cui-inK the tinning ear to swerve re ward the ditch and thiowins its occu pants with considerable force Into the losdway. All wpre roughly sliaki nil anct mere or lesr bruised, but nine sustained Injuries of a serious charac ter. The machine was badly dam act d WILL TRY TWENTY For Plot Agains Lives of Russian Rulers Unearthed Last May ,t Thre Escaoed. st Povrsbtire iioiinary i-qniry the pl(W nneart Tsarskeo HeUi agi Hmp'ior. Grank FTmIeT Rtolypn July 19 The In e-nnecfloe pr. wi NJUREO IN AUTO lr-l last May at!n"ers consltier instead el me que siest the ITves of the I ' stated by the eonrt. the questinti InVe Nicholas, and ' f validity o fthc trust deed executed wrf. eonclti lel to-I by Mrs. Mary Paker O. Eddy on sv. Twenty prisoner arp to irlet by conn menial Thrw jw nf he tf-une ssc peeled of eoreplicitr p.A tare disappeeed la Read tbe Bulletla and get ail tbe whUe la oe IN COUNTRY'S AFFAIRS! American Proposition Retarding viclahility cf Private Property at Sea Approved by Panama and W ll Carry. Tl: ion in Tie d a- f ihe. impero of R i verm pears were n en wa ion am: general tuple of Ci the delegates t - t h tony. , A 'r"y UK crinf'Telie ! in if. 1 to r Jul fie a lieljeye eyfn ': tbitti' '1 it indispensable . e.l 11. i CI slim iid U) conshlorod an measure to .give the jainnos. i mode; :i tite hand in csiabllsiiing ;.v te'ii lor ilevejofilng the f Korea.' i : Sill. e:;-premicr of Ko ci. To' with the Korean de'eyav 'it is aho'ller .hipatie in 1 werr ii 1 1)V tie Brlti IHIO I I'll hrlli of July iltlon '( ptiva e the pr 171 gar op of intj 1 1 ia t.ir' pprevi the f ition hj a 10. WEALTHY FARMER DROA'NED. Hiou I Kane, a ' I hi? cii v. a y. Ia.. July al'hy rit!ri l his esunrtn. 19.--1 fa Mr -Fifi ii e; nr- i: of . Prancis rolll. IK.. i ver Jiote fast of a d'tng. tile wavee of Healy, a? wen' d;,cv Ibis after canoe in ( raft be'n a passing ed ll in ux en lev the capsl ich they were r Bwampe I by the tcirlc launch. PLAT fOR EOLF WILL TAKE PLACE BETWEEN SPRAQUE ABBOTT OF OMAHA AND H. G. LEGG, OF MINNEA POLIS TODAY. Rock Island, July pioaaMp of the Trans associatlmi lifts betwet bil't. of Omaha, and Minneapolis, who win 19. Th Misslss; n Bpn II. Ci. con teal chain ipl Golf Pie Ab- egg, of in final lomorrow. This afternoon Abbott Qt footed Rev. Talboit, of HutchtsOO, Kas.. :: up and 2, while Leig defeated Perry Ilaermnii, of Colorado Springs. '.i up and fi. The be! K'df of the day was played in ihe consultation class by Arde Mil cbell. of Rock Island, who defeated It W. Hodge, of Kansas CI y, covering IK holes in '. which is within one of the co' rse records. The Rock Island Arsen.'H team, com posed of Lean and Arde Mitchell J. n. 'adv and Decker French won the o a in match, being LS down to Isigy. Denver was sect ml. and Omaha tbl'd. IN EDDY CASE ATTORNEYS FOR DEFENDANT FILE PRAYER DENY POWER OF COURT TO INQUIRE INTO MRS. EDDYS COMPETENCY. Concord. N. II.. July 19. sure tef ar Holds h- attorneys for Mrs Mary Pake it. Eddy flletl with the clerk of the f eerier tourt today a prayer for a speedy action in the mater cf the hearing before the masters, the objections to the issues, as stirod n th- masters and to the terms of their commission and a motb n that the March 6. Ttsrse ohJeetlen are m pej .ditionto the others previously filed by the same cot-sc-l. They say that the iirj'i ii ' i wi iu in mm 111 qniry into Mr- Eddy's ?nmnetcney 'Tor such periods before March is' - I may eeeaa reasonable to inquire. CHAMPIONSHIP SPEEOI ACTION WANTS NECRO SOLDIER5 IO-pccor. Gencial Revision of Tariff Lav.s on Grovnd That It Would Caure Ind'-.tritfl Disturb- tees, etneiannti before the I :ti MiamlsM Forakor ral for a "Hi II plained SO'Sil Jul) i:t an iddresa, li.r.'ii 1-. Hii ej on of Par phi ii ; k Uil Chautuucj i), today, Seuat inriff rc islonis liculars" and e in tlie recent in n Jl seeui to hi understood by H tislc ion lie which did a oleaily blk il( poHe m POT it ns fotkiwa , thinking lh r line hna al intention thai I w.h; not in ci bill itnoeceaaary, v vladicined tlie t we needed at tl l.i w as passe latloj), but only :e lavv.; c- alrijat. is not too much time the Hep ,vas not i anforc had. say 1 1, a i shed Hi; mor he RlHini a ilinc.rlni V lUlti W is a I vv' i i a i Inli nurn r.i Klkins cam ins An ;o nas ueeo un ler Hi that under iCtlvt slate irs H l a w i Co a baa a t in the nee thei ib all id 11! nts and uiidei I mi nts there ti conviction r,' pollled, (ai il s isvo been Thiit. v llr ity two we re dlamtss left udartta a mount of act In tl only six of t he it "o quash 3d and In i wo o t 11 Wi he c :o i thia seven quitted posed I Wi lli V . The Slider vesrs is but. $i!i,::oo. Tilt !!i iihvrrt law went int.) eStpci In Angus , 1900, bin Until this time, al niont a year, I here has been no prose cutioii under it, and not i ue dollar oi fines, or any kind of punishment has been imposed upon anybody. Altbosgb tbe Bikini law was enact ed in February, IW, there was no at tempi to enforce At until October, 190S less i lion two years atss, but during thla period, abort as it is, there have been more than one hundred indict meats under it, and these Indictments Contain In thw aggregate more than two thousand coin s. There have leen numerous trials and numerous convic'ioiis. and numerous Injunctions io restrain f rther abuses, With nu merous Injunctions to restrain further abuses, wiiii numerous impovitiona of fines as penalties. As ngaitisl 19,300 of fUiea under twenty years of the In tersiate Commerce act of 1SS7. and lis amendments, there have been in less than two years Since the govern BteBl nndert ok lo enforce the Klkins law an Impoaltibn of lines under il amounting 10 8CV,07S and ibis does not include the fines Hint will be as sessed by Judge Lamlis upon the Standard Oil Company of Indiana, which kai bean convicted undei the MR: ms law on tourteen nunarea and SlXty-tWO counts. These facts disclose oncluuivelv ihat the BUkiaa law is an efficient and easily enforce, statule. Everybody now rer-gnljes and concedes thai fact. In simplicity, efficacy and cer tainty. it is so far superior to all oth er laws thai all prosecutions here after, ns heretofore and now, will be brought trader It, instead of easier th Hepburn law, or the general Inter state Commerce law. I have keen charged with voting against the rale bill, wl'h opposim; joint statehood with trying to secure a hearing before the American people for the negro soldiers who were dis charged without honor, but I teej thankful that no Deinocra; hax Bfet nominal"il me for office; not that I dislike Democrats ns men but be cailse I am a Republican and do not ilke their prinrinles and politics It irav be pleasing to Dt mocta's of the South la ko the n"ero soldiers thus put out of the service, for the sinttmcnt there la ssgfj nigh aaiseiaal that' they should nid be allowed 'o wear the uniform even of a jirivate soldi, r. Bsjl where Is the Republican North r Ro th. who believes in th" teaching of Abraham Lincoln, riyesx) S. Grant. Oliver I. Morton. James (J Rlaine. itenjamin Harrison and Wil liam MrKinby. who d's-s not believe that no man cae be so black, nar ran he le so humble but thai he shall have his day in court- When the Re nubliran party falters in i s devotion to this duty, it will dissolve and perlo'i as the W hig party did and It will de serve the fa e that so overtake It." As to 'arill revision the senate said: 'Tariff schedule are not hafeea I (Concluded on Second Page I Chicago, 111.. Jul 10. Beginning 'o liiy. ami continuing, through Uie whole of iksxI woe',- Chicago will lo the een-t1;- uf Interest toi polo players tnrouguout tn' eoiiBiry. itic oc-astoni la the tmtio:ia! championship t.urnn iiuin. wlttah opened .'iirsnirinmdy t day oa the grounds of Hi On won t si i a the his ifctkm that Club. It Is tlio fust time h "V.v of the national orgaimi i tie championglup, innhiditij jn- al n'lOT Pveri! has i. Tie- Meidowh "'.vernl other eni en I ook. a 'el fi ; is ROC tevn c! hn 1., leuns. though, is not so' well ly sa had be. Iliaile up. llOA rsentatlons c Vnionp; the ei oatini from Pi ,he flril time on the who i epi -sr.ate.l , thi mi an il-1' u hot ver, I 1 for. Tli is ll vhi larger rep mi, Idle we rl are two poll . Ka it betuf his v,ry of pole Ffhttod snte ntefl in the na I'iniaineut On for the junloi ' thu t fJIJlt ;t Riirr In the in I hi imhv that tli 9 been redrew umpteflship ii rim i.-; enle-ed ini Ihe oth I self tl for Ihf llll Ihe William Waldorf Ai for the enaulns year. JUNIORS DEFEATED. t 111. July 19, Hy di Julfak) Junior Polo icat lor Goid Cud BUFFALO I ake Fore aot p "I esday ening ol ship In i Bhatnploi For Hi are ent Riley, Ki For t he mm Fo foil; ih Junior and i e t- be decide cii.i.iipion ilil p, ai Oiiwenisia, bill d ft Buffalo and Bryn r ekamploaahiji, ej, Bryn Mawr, l llo. The Senior patently lie.; be Rryn Mawr. awi. am t icka way an i iiun thin year Roc ka way SCORES FOR YESTERDAY National Leneuc. Boat on, .inly IU.- 1 hunching In the sevekth inning Pittsburg i well played game. K Boston 0 ;:itt8bi;rg 2 naileries Young and Brown ; iel.l n.B.1 Gibson. hits woa Lei Brooklyn, July n 'Ih home team o'tii up its reputation he firs! game wllb (. ss a winact in Inclnnali. - It II E Brooklyn Cincinnati Batl wrie.s I'H toi Ion: Ililt and Mal.can. S 1!! 1 11 liitl and Philadelphia, pitch! war a two hits. Philadelphia -it. I .i mi July featu e. 19 Moron's allowing only II 11 K r, lo n Ameiic.tn League. Chicago and Boston- rain, no game It 11 E 0 12 4 n 7 0 Clarke; Cleveland Washington Batteries l.iebhardt Snii h and Heydon. Gume called in 1'ih COSjat of darkness. and inning on ac li H Detroit C. r, 1 PWIadatphia i i I Hatterie: Deneviwi njid Schmidt; Dygert, Craig, Hartley and Powera It H I 7 St. Ioials New York Batteries Pelty and Cliesbro and Klelnow. Steven' IS FINED S30.00D FOR ALLOWING TICKET AGENT TO SELL TICKETS AT RATE IN EXCESS OF THAT PRO VIDEO BY STATE LAW. R.-deUsh. X. c . July ist The Besetb rn railway comyany was today fined ?.. and Thomas I i re agent for the ompsny was a ticket lre fa in the la e cou't '.ic e for sefling nil road tickets a' a rarr- in ice.-s of tba' proviied hy the nr-ent state lew I for a uniform rate 2H cent nerl SOUTHERN RAILWAY m Ie m North Carolina The eonrt j Gardner of LoarHI Mas, wes srlv.n required C.rea to piisailw not fee eeH.tk decisl o over Ciareaca Ballsfe. W t'eke s at sn illegal cate OreeejOmabi at the end of the tee reasadB made the romise and paid his flee j tonight. EMPEROR'S ABDICATION use of Popi lar Upr sing Ceremony Transfer ng Imperial Soal to Crown Pr'nte C:moletd Yest-rday. Seo'iH, .liil- in Molir Iille I the i refta nil .lnv. one crod nf S,l)lfl leans was henlou ba k Ironi t ,e I irt K ie LjjalflC ' with ; Krnni gaioa puring tin the cabinet laftt n!;r.ii v tiff aiqnlcK el to ihn n abd cation a nunibfv atttttnptcd to brew ut a e Eaipero! but ihe ii d thein, drlvlag tbern h palace wlr rc 'iiev teiru t::o ne I 'lew the dflTDAU 1 of kt l- iiet it on ice pre. icl eet lined nil lh( l 'llief arhli making speeches, At Ullo'ithl of Police Maruyama dlsttlhtrt il t:1 t It- i laci po but lie It h(ULT 1 ntinued t, ' ns At i hi transferlnt I Oi l wa to I 1 l 'a I h i !rop' lund tin led w ilb p o;ih mp rs I onal an of tette i ?t the the iv the 0 fa in, bi ven t own I At tli. Japanos real Viscount Ilsa al itetnent e the Emperor'; never, said lo Mi lti. ;hl nc. i freel Ho, Pre as nhatii At late ml he desired Intel tint. 1 It to be en illv it, 1 oth before) an e ye terday, whet ab'net were weieh sbdioal i B be re an, lien ir an I Rtion o i hi timer i tin I he qu fm.-!.! to have any p.n ticipslion l.-lieated bis deelaral on that h -uJ. rcspontiilile for Minding tin rean deJeayttlon to The Hagti v hen asked ills opinion of the 1 . K l mi c ib' nit s representation regarding ihe eb Ii. alien, llo replied tiist he maliii wholly concerned the Bmperor o Koiea and nut himself as n tepTeecn lative of the empire of Japao Fur Ihennoie. llo dee I area that the cab; net's hole (ourse f actin was i-a on its own initiative. CITY UNDER MILITARY RULE. Seoul. July in. The city became quloi ai nigtilfall and is now under military palrol. A heavy ralu, that followed the on bieak of todAf was largely Instru menial In disposing of the crowds All traffic has been Sti paad nnd th Japanese iboDe are guarded Police repor: that 25 Japanetie wen killed and wounded in Ihe Holing. Tbe caa allies ninnii no. Korea na are na Kim vn. The official Japanese report ascribes the shooting today to the Korean soldiers w ho eonbl not be con Ir lied by their officers The nobe of the firing and the news that ens ualties had resal e.! groaily alarmed Ihe emperor, who looigh; sent a long iipuiogeiic saaaaacs lo Marejala I to to tU' effect that be regretted his ignwr alii subjects bad enusisl ii violent com mo ion. He tkerefore relied upon llo to take ttie ajeaaaraa aeceaeary to pre veal any further trcaUe, llo call ed upon (; nersl Uacetgnwa to take military charge of the eitv. Troops have 1m en offered foe safe Cuar.Untf the foreign enslntes in S.siill KOREAN TROOPS MUTINY Fire at Police and A'e Joined By the Populace Seven Dead. Many Wounded. Seoul, Korea. July A oiiunn:. of Korean ir.sns mu inied. escaped frota ihe h)nracfca arlrfeasjrt their off ers and attacked ike tsnie sfaxfla I I the main street at Hie QfSM IWdl ATut firing Bevavai voliev they scat re, I continuing d.ntliory liiiiL- nn I fttaeking lailrlltaal Japanese TI.e', were joined by the papulace mho u-ed Moatea and rlniis- Ten H'Mtnded hae alrea ly reached the hospital Li the Japanese quar r w here the .lip- an floeki-rg for ref'tge. The co. respondent for the Asso Ciatcri Preea while on t Se scene. i.t.i .si seven Japae se and four rerns dead, and three Japauseee two Koreens wound' l K . and I OeaaaM HHSskM c r.H.inti i raa'ty tn end 'g a in fa' . e j iol ce who are now j utinoer'. The mili'a ( dr rel rnt. GARDNER GIVEN DECISION. Fort Wayee inrf . July 19 Jimm BY UNANIMOUS VOTE Union Mevi Agree to Resume Dutie: at Form-r Wages Will be Re-in'-tsted On Individual App ic.tiOn Only. Iew York. July 19 Colonel Koln rt Clotrry, president and genonU tnan i of the Western Union TelegraBft Op ' y i ti 1 h afle noon issued the low ne ftatemi nJ: P'e: ( lire. between the Wert'fWcUJOil, former eirttiloiea ntitrom Qu - M Ian I'uon ami il fc'iaa',4i inv hL On June eiv Ciiion op Oakland Iibtc h eniihc evldoaeei ( It. a portion of thu j nonsplriiey hy ratnrs at San 1-Van-1 oliie, s aealnst Cli ami OakiAitd qui work wit lout notice. Ab"tit one ihi remained on duty an.i who ipiit work vere d of the deven id relnKl tie force I hose I on their their form, individual aprmcatlooa at compensation. Add am irompt ither i made K ft ICC :i,l ti d pr. illy romp n l lb table an who left Ihe s"i il a! llcit'on tin i I wh II HI of th? president osl l d .1. vl. i manager company . Storev. i San l'i. 0 Id ill San the stria of th Postal received word .eneral siiperin sc i, Ihat. at a Frinclsco this king ( pe atom lie- m in, IflS to I, prn'tieallv unani9lo.s return to work, Kisev hiving 'otlfled that tU terms utun they returned would be that bouW . ach make an Indirid ial to n ' hey appli vhn 'ocal ai n for re-enploymenl and all Were not bjec ionable to tbe mttiagomeat woaW be re- em- nloved ti With a iisllici mid' rstiin ling same n-ilarU-s and the same enditions Ihat existel rnlkotrl (bouil govern I' yment and UDOU ill p lor to th' ir th"r leen- r pr irr.l" servlee snd bite buatocat r to and rfer- rive g, o.l liscont Ini'i nee wllh and all i Ihe e firthftil glfatfrm tmpany'i SMALL'S MESSAGE Chicago, July m- TO UNION. The fouosartac 1 here tonlgb' addressed to he C atinerc al a :. rem i v i from Pr eel dent Bmail Secretary Bunnell of Telegraphers' union: "The vote to aov 'H the teniks was I OS o I. Al the strikes are to be . employed and the queatlOn of an in "rease In wages Is to be taken up after the reeumption of work, AiL ruiure trie van Ce arc to be mMum -d tdvtae nil the locals that the eat tie Tit ni wat; ectlraiy sa lafaatory to us -ii I an perronally end I urge that all strike talk be stopped. A's soon as I can return enst I will Issue a stale merit to Ihe membership. We should ej ire at the fact that we are in a ixisl lon to force an ndjit-tmonl of grlevaaoee and pot to forget oar datj to our emplofers and the public, now ihat the trouble has been satlsfae torlly settled " VOTS IS UNANIMOU6. Oakland. Cal , July 19. At a meet ing today the Telegraphers' union voted unanimously o accept the terms of soltlcrnont propose I by thei Western I'nion and Postal companies A n.' or ding to the terms of the e ro li o nise, the telKgraphers will return :t work ard then ts.th telegraph own pa alee .till rev'dv a conwnlthsa tat ar UtraMoa la dlataia end setife. rti mattera asfeattap the seleffrepfeeca. NO INCREASED WAGE. an !'iaii(i.-eo. .Inly 19. - SupTin endent Storer of the I -. r. i Tee xrap.i company and Manager OTtriee r3 the Weetete ni' n. declared t 'ay hit f'lflr coin pa.; b-s had mad " no afUfeujiienl with 'be opetaton In re rard bi-ae NsCfeeeC in negee. ,. The men w ill Im uk. ii ban on pceoleety the an e terms "hit isi''"" I when ih- r-Utki- tas mlb-d. NOT LIGHTING FOR CONTRACT S.in Francis v.. July !!. While " telegraph fompinies not i recognise the unkin an.) insist tux d allng with "heir own emplojree. the ' 1 at the repp-sentatives of the ;; 0 e H We were net ing of 'he union ire.1 was the c - rieht to organ of aljnstiua 'h tmmittees of the have eecered. j employes. This we Keeping ererlaatinaty at tt tneerse " dt-Ttie fe the Bnlletla. The Builefn te the only Severn day m cava. COUNSEL FOR STATE Openr, Case Denouncing Defendant and His Associates As Worst Bend cf Ccnroirators That Ever Infested the Country. I Rots the ATI Still III lllmltoil irlafio, .Inly lit.- The field f-' intent both for the pr. sop tio i defense of Haywood has te n by Judge Woods, who in hi.: , handed flow n today, remove t conKlderatlen of ihe Jurv all (taring on the allwsed the mine owner an 1 i he Western Peders Judge VVood dei I ie 1 I ' i !! of Miners the defense of Uh;iI con sec Mayw ion of the C had Mint mad Own- Peted i it for I As (.'.ill illon. a i ami a 1 the urini Pink a f ced iili.la'l ler P'a r gi"ii to a Jury In the Ctilted and urged the jury to sorio ration of the responsilili; unon them. His denunc a i n defendant and his co-cnnspir.i "the w. rat band of criminal s congl.li planed that ever Infi country " wat ef e--Coverru 'd any section of this orceful and his cub g' Hteunaaberi w as eJo (rem. cuen Iliv manm cause ' ery 1 1 ileactlhed Orchard's sto-y il not only bacanae of th i which It was odd. but. he bad Ken cotrob-fifed in important dewll. Then when ie found die r. .- on for liie confesdon, n the eonseitiij of the crimiani s-Tirrp. bovbo mesanrfes vlrtsons j 'notion In t than suspli Ion of tears a troii ii' cilly tl'K scum Once uns'd for the defense repeat rrupted Hawlew with a pi -objections but. those on!y o s ir him to greater e'!T rts twice be lamed io Clarettci or Oari o anger "It d ecu use and fared him' with niar of und at an thcr time he s-il. find an awful crime his argument " na tomor mt n ON ACCOUNT OF HEAT. Highland. HI. .In! v It. Hiiager, formei trea ur- of counly, committed sulfide .wing to tin intense heal w v. , ted him from sleeping; -Adolph Ma lison today tick P'e- KILLING OF ELKS 10 BE PREVENTED BY GRAND LODGE COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO CALL UPON MEMBERS TO CEASE WEAR ING TEETH AS EMBLEMS. PWIadelpbla. Pa.. July 19The wand loAce of KIHe e'ise.l its busi ness ncsehsn today. The reature ef the prueedlagp In ;1 strand lodge's iemdoti was lie discussion of the rtiovemen' to prevent the slaughter cf elk that their teeth might be aeeuted far emblems. A committee wee ap pointed to Investigate and n reaorodoa calrtfig upon the ajpeaahliers of ttse or der ' reese wearing elk teeth as emblems until abe committee returns its resort, was passed. Before a I hutirmiia; th- lodge eere'ed AlbeH Hoi h?y, Ha.l-ensack X. J. as grand l mate, to nil the vaesne causal by f of John D 0hi i. who di.d c eiiMTnttee on V niiLio ann swards'. The wlnn Is and awa-d- rd the s i ,e f the most iv- la'r'an' first annate are- The lodaje making the heet aree In line e.Trii. w- t 1 tiniie? T'te lo.lee displaylne the most al tractlve Host---$We won hy Ciaeir- rafl. The bet drill corea pact id per! Bg ia. the drill noaheet tV woe hp tra Cherry Picker, of Todo Ohkv i ne special prize oi a'v tor rv larjrest bind in 'in was won it I he Guadalajara MlUtaiy Band ef J Mexico.