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Reform.
"What will you do, Rivers," asked
Brooks, "when they do away wilt the
smoking cars?"
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Self-Abnegation.
Photographer (exhibiting plate) You
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Those Useless Questions.
"Billy, did you ever pick up a live
trolley with your bare bands?"
"Many a time."
"Didn't it give you a shock?"
"Give me a shock? It killed me dead
every time." Chicago Tribune.
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. Jost a Easy.
Yes, he is able to keep a carriage,
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Chicago Tribune.
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DETECTIVE ON STAND
Says He Was Employed to Watch
iieney and His Men.
LAWYERS ENGAGE IN HOT ROW
Evidence Involves Names of Several
Identified With San Francisco
Graft Defense.
San Francisco, May 20. Into the
trial of Patrick Calhoun, president of
the United Railroads, there was inject-
late yesterday an extraordinary
chapter dealing with the uses and
methods of detectives. John Helms,
at one time the head of a private de
tective bureau in this city, narrated in
detail, as a witness for the prosecution,
the secrets he claims to have learned
during his term of employment as an
agent of the United Railroads. His
testimony, which relates to an early
period in the history of the graft pros
ecution, already involves the names of
several persons more or less prominent-
identified with the defense, and
there is a promise of more revelations
when he resumes the stand today.
Helms had scarcely started his nar
ration when there ensued a legal
wrangle that has had no parallel in the
hve months that have elapsed since the
trial was commenced. Five of the de
fendant's attorneys protested against
the admission of Helms' testimony and
counsel on both sides, with flushed
faces and voices raised to an angry
pitch, were engaged in a legal battle
that was waged for nearly an hour.
Judge William P. Lawlor finally ad
mitted the evidence.
Helms testified that he had come to
this city in response to a request by
Attorney Louis Hoeffler early in May,
1907, at which time the first trial of
Tirey L. Ford, counsel for the United
Railroads, bad been commenced. Mr.
Hoeffler, he said, instructed him to
watch everything done by the prosecu
tion ana report tbe information bo
gathered. Assistant District Attorney
Francis J. Heney attempted to learn
what persons were shadowed by Helms,
but the court sustained an objection.
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PORTLAND, OREGON
Was Active Lieutenant of Rockefeller
in Standard Oil.
New York, May 20. Henry H
Rogers, vice president of the Standard
Oil company, moving spirit in the or
ganization of the Amalgamated Copper
company, builder of railroads and phi
lanthropistied at his home here yes
terday, oi apoplexy.
Death came a little more than an
hour after Mr. Rogers had risen for
the day, mentioning to his wife that
he was feeling ill. Mr. Rogers was 69
years old.
Mr. Rogers had been in poor health
since he suffered an apoplectic stroke
in 1907, and was almost constantly un
der a physician's care. His death.
however, was a great shock to his fam
ily and business associates, as Tuesday
and Tuesday evening he was cheerful
and apparently normal.
MAY OUST MEHEMMED.
CZAR PARDONS TWO.
Sentences on Admiral Nebogatoff and
General Stoessel Revoked.
St. Petersburg, May 19. The czar
today ordered the release of Admiral
Nebogatoff and General Stoessel, who
were confined at the fortress of St
Peter and St. Paul, under sentences of
life imprisonment. Nebogatoff surren
dered his fleet to Admiral Togo and
Soessel surrendered Port Arthur during
the war with Japan. They were tried
for cowardice, and imprisoned for life
after the close of the war. Stoessel is
believed to be dying and Nebogatoff is
very sick. While the illness of the
pair was given as the reason for the
czar's pardon, it is known that popular
agitation along other lines had a cer
tain bearing upon the case.
There has been an unusually strong
undercurrent of unrest for some time,
and the imprisonment of the officers
was used as a shield by certain agitators.
Another line of attack made on the
government is criticism over the recent
appropriation of 80,841.000 roubles for
improvement of the army, while no
steps have been taken for the relief of
the thousands of persons who are starv
ing to death in the Kieff district. Dis
patches are received every day telling
of frightful famine conditions in that
district, but as yet no action has been
taken by the government. .
RAILROADS ACCEPT
Will Reduce Rates to Conform to
Spokane Decision.
Decide Not to Appeal Spokane Rul
ing, but Will Stand Loss to
Save Trouble.
GENERAL STRIKE IS CALLED.
Appeal of French Revolutionists Fails
to Aid Postmen.
Paris, May 19. The efforts of the
revolutionary labor leaders to bring
about a general strike of affiliated
unions in support oi the postal em
ployes was without result up to mid
night. An appeal to the workers of
France to come to the aid of their com
rades in the postal service with a gen
eral strike was issued by the federal
committee of the postal employes and
plaarded throughout Paris during the
night.
A sensation was caused by the dis
covery at the central postorhce of a
mysterious package resembling an in
fernal machine. It was carried to the
municipal laboratory and opened under
water. The package contained a de
cayed lobster.
The committee of the General Fed
eration of Labor today decided to ask
the postmen to return to work, but
with the assurance that the General
Federation of Labor would begin the
organization of a series of manifesta
tions in different branches of industry,
to emphasize the general claims of the
working class.
Chicago, May 18. The Record-Her
ald says :
A new freight rate schedule from
all the territory east of the Missouri
river to all the Western cities not lo
cated on the Pacific coast will go into
effect on the transcontinental lines
Julyl.
The hew rates will be based upon
the rates which the Interstate Com
merce commission ordered the railroads
to put in from St. Paul and Chicago to
Spokane and will be an average reduc
tion under the present rates of about
lo per cent.
The railroads decided to do this in
stead of lighting tbe order of kthe com
mission in the courts.
One of the officials who" are attend
ing said :
"The railroads have decided to try to
carry out the principle announced by
the commission in the Spokane rate
decision, instead of appealing to the
courts to prevent such a reduction in
our revenue.
UNCLE SAM AS AUCTIONEER.
Young Turks Plan to Alter Succession
Rule to Throne.
Constantinople, May 20. If legisla
tion favored by the Young Turks meets
the approval of the parliament, the
time honored Turkish law of succession
to the throne may be annulled.
According to the present law, on the
death of the monarch the crown goes to
the senior desceandant of the founder
of the dynasty. This procedure almost
invariably results in the raiBing to
power of an elderly or failing man.
The Young Turks want young, ener
getic and virile rulers. They want
adopted tbe general European law of
succession that provides for the coro
nation of the senior son of the former
monarch.
Heavy Cherry Shipments.
Stockton, Cal., May 20. Immense
quantities of black tartarian cherries
are being shipped to the East from
Northern San Joaquin county orchards
and growers throughout tbe valley
are reaping large profits. Tbe fruit
this year is of excellent Quality and
the crop is unusually heavy. The tar
tarian crop probably will be exhausted
within 10 days, but at the end of that
time the Royal Anns will be ready for
shipment. The present fancy prices
are expected to hold for at least a
week.
Smuggled Finery to Be Sold Under
Hammer in June.
New York, May 19. The govern'
ment's much heralded sale of costly
smuggled gowns will start June 1,
when the contents of one trunk, con
taining 67 shirtwaists, will be offered
at auction. These waists, appraised
at from $50 to $300 each, are said to
be among the finest produced in Paris
in many years.
Trunk No. 2, the contents of which
will De ottered lor sale on June 4, con
tains 30 magnificent lace waists, each
one described as a "dream," and not
one appraised at less than $200. In
trunk Mo. 3 there are 49 princess
gowns, the minimum appraisal being
$250. They will be offered at auction
on J une 8. rorty-three princess cos
tumes in trunk No. 4 will be offered at
auction on June 1U. Among these are
several dinner gowns, appraised at $1,-
000 and more. On June 12 the shirt
waists in trunk No. 5 will be offered at
auction. The total appraisal of the
smuggled gowns was $520,000.
To Prevent Tuberculosis.
Hamilton, Oct.. May 20. With an
attendance of medical men, health offi
cers and other representatives of the
chief cities of the dominion, the ninth
annual meeting of the Canadian asso
ciation for the prevention of consump
tion assembled in this city today for
two day's session. At the afternoon
session the principal feature was an
address by Dr. White, of Pittsburg, on
"The Duty of Municipalities in Refer
ence to Tuberbulosis."
Fall 350 Feet. Still Live.
Reno. Nev., May 20. One man suf
fered a fracture of a leg, while two
companions were only slightly bruised
and shaken when a lift in the shaft of
the Quartette mine broke today about
10 feet from the opening, precipitating
the three miners to the bottom, 350
feet below. Twelve feet of water in
the bottom of the mine prevented all
three from being killed.
Wireless Phones for Harriman.
Omaha, Neb., May 19. Dr. Mille
ner, the electrical wizard of the Union
Pacific, is working upon a wireless tel
ephone system that he hopes to have
installed upon all the lines of the Har
riman system west from Omaha. He
has been given carte blanche and has
the preliminaries well in hand. Cop
per wire will be laid along the track
and in the baggage car will be a high
frequency machine with power furnish
ed by the engine. This will agitate
the sound waves, and instruments in
the general offices will gather them.
One Man Can Sink Fleet.
New Orleans, Mar 19. If the de
vice for the destruction of protected
magazines aboard battleships and in
forts, devised by H. A. Folk, of this
city, is practical, modern warfare will
be revolutionised. Folk claims to have
discovered a way by which magazines
in vessels miles distant can be explod
ed Dy a wireless spark set off by an
operator in a tower on the shore. He
claims that one man can destrony an
entire fleet within a very few minutes,
Czar 41 Years of Age.
St. Petersburg, May 19. In the se
clusion of the imperial palace at Peter
bof Emperor Nicholas passed his forty-
first birthday yesterday. The custom
ary official observances of the anni
versary were held, but owing to the
tendency of the authorities to suppress
any public gatherings or demonstra
tions oi whatever character, there was
no popular celebration of the day.
Japanese Strike Broken.
Honolulu, May 19. The strike of
the Japanese plantation laborers is ap
parently losing ground. More strike
breakers than could be used at tbe
plantations offered themselves today
and the employers have decided to order
the strikers either to return to work or
leave the Honolulu and Oahu planta
tions.
YERAGE CUT OF 15 PER CENT
REWARDS TOTAL $66,000.
Sleuths Flock to Spokane in Search
of Train Robbers.
Spokane, May 18. Responding to
the biter of rewards aggregating $66,
000, offered by the Federal authorities
and the railroad company for the cap
ture and conviction of the robbers who
held up and plundered a Great North
ern train near Spokane, detectives are
gathering here from many places. Sev
eral arrived from Denver, and the
Pinkerton force here has 'been increas
ed to 25.
Spokane police believe the robbers
made.their way into Spokane and a
close watch is kept on the saloonB and
lodging houses. A number of detec
tives are working on the theory that
the desperadoes are hiding in the
mountains back of Colbert.
Police and railway men say they do
not believe that Charles McDonald,
the notorious train robber who broke
jail in Helena, Mont., while awaiting
trial for holding up a Great Northern
train at Rondo, Mont, shared in rest
Saturday's crime. They say McDonald
would not be likely to agiain invade
territory in which he is known to so
many persons.
GROWL AGAINST KAISER.
Extravagance of His Welcome Angers
Austrian Taxpayers.
Vienna, May 18. This city is echo
ing with gossip and comment in con
nection with the visit of Emperor
William. It is agreed that the wel
come of the august visitor was out
wardly hearty and that the decorations
were on a scale quite disproportionate
to the brief and incidental character of
the visit. Indeed, the extravagance of
the municipal authorities has aroused
the indignation of the already overbur
dened taxpayers.
As to the real inward welcome of
the kaiser, there is less certainty,
Despite glowing panegyrics of the
Viennese newspapers and their assev
erations of gratitude for Germany's
support in the dark days of the Balkan
crisis, coupled with declarations that
the future interests of the two empires
will be still more closely united, poli
ticians are afraid that Austria has
given Germany a heavy mortgage on
her future. Austria may be forced to
join Germany in any foreign policy the
latter chooses to adopt.
Prosperity at Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, May 18. Announcement
was made here tonight that 35,000 em
ployes of iron and steel companies hav
ing headquarters in this vicinity will
receive an advance in wages averaging
10 per cent the first of June or the first
of July. Tbe United States bteel cor
poration has made no announcement of
an increase, but it is said the Jones a,
Laughlin Steel company, the Republic
Iron & Steel company and other inde
pendent concerns could restore the
wages paid prior to the first of last
April.
Prohibit Public Drinking.
Colorado Springs, Colo., May 18.
An additional precaution to insure the
carrying out of the wishes of the"dry
element of Colorado Springs, victorious
in the recent local option election was
supplied tonight in an ordinance pre
sented to the city council by City At
torney C. W. Dolph. By its provisions
drinking liquor in any public place, in
cluding the hotels and restaurants of
tbe city, is a misdemeanor, punishable
by a fine of $100 to $300.
Railway Travel Growing Safe.
Chicago. Msy 18. According to
report made public by tbe Pennsylvani
lines, the system carried 141,659,543
passengers over 23,000 miles of rails
without the loss of life to a single pas
senger train from train accidents dur
ing 1908. Tbe number of passengers
injured throughout tbe year was 102,
decrease of 81.6 per cent from tbe cas
ualty list of 1907.
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