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is Being Guarded by Brit ish Soldiers. New York, Sept. 13.—Tile flags in this city are flying at half mast and signs of mourning for the death of Mayor (laynor is every where shown. The funeral will be held September 22 and the dead mayor will be honored by all places of business closing during the hour of service. Liverpool, Sep I • 13_Arrange ments concerning the shipment of lho body of Mayor (tavnnr back lo New York ha-'e been altered and I he body is now lying in slate in the city hall here. The body is guarded nighl and day by Brit ish soldiers and all honors will * be paid the illustrious American by the British government and people. The body will be return ed In New York on I he Lusitania. Cabinet Reconstructed. Peking, Sept. 13.—The vacan cies in lhe C.hinesc cabinet caus ed by the resignations of three members have been tilled. The new appointees are partisans of the Kang Yu Wen reformers. sentencFhas BEEN POSTPONED California Lotharios Get Respite Until Trial of Perjury Case Ends. San Francisco, Sept. I.'i.--Tlle cases uf Maury Diggs ami Drew <’.anijnet| i, which were l,n have Dainiuelli, wlm were to have heen pnslponeil miliI the rinse of I he Diggs-llarris perjury ease, which il is believed will go to the jury on Tuesday next. The per jury easel is I he out growth of testimony which was offered dur ing' I he Diggs trial for violation of the Mann while slave law, when Harris swore Dial efforts had heen made to get ill ill) to suppress evidence. FACTOR^ BURNED FIVE MISSING Expfosoin in Factory is Follow ed by Blaze Which Con sumes Building. Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 13—The Clover Leaf Milling company’s factory here was destroyed1 by an explosion last night. The explo sion is believed to have beetn caused by Hour dust. The wrecked building caught lire and was almost completely coitsiumvd. Five persons who were employed in the factory afeUuMs ing and scores were injured when the building collapsed after the explosion. The loss is estimat ed lo be $300,000. F. K. Durgin was recently awarded a verdict of $75(1 and costs against the Titusville Min ing company, of Cliamllar, for wages due him. Alvah Fa UK's, of the mail ser vice. was a passenger lo Kuik on the Sampson today. GOAL STRIKE IS PENDING Unless Settlement is Reached Coal Mipers of Colorado Will Quit Tuesday. Trinidad, Coin., Sept. 13.—A big strike among the coal miners of this district is pending and unless a solution of the problem 4is reached before Tuesday next .thousand's of miners will quit work. The miners demand an increase in I lie scale and a reduction in the rents of the quarters supplied the miners and their families by the company. The operators and strike leaders have held sever al consultations but have nol been able to reach an amicable 'settlement. Another meeting of the miners is called for Sunday, when the counter propositions of the operators wilt be placed be fore them. Should the strike be called it will result in crippling the industries of the west, as Un available supply uf coal mined is very limited. WATCHING~FOR IS. PANKHURST Immigration Officials Are on the Lookout for the Militant Leader. Washington. Sopl. Id.—The immigration officials are keep ing- a sharp watch for Mrs. I'ank ! hurst, the suffragette leader, and announce that they will detain her for special inquiry (should she come |o America as report ed from France. ■I. C. Singerland. representing Stud l ie lirms, is in town drum ming up trade among local mer chants. LEGAL MIT? . BE LONG QBE Thaw’s Attorneys Will Put Up Fight to Keep Him in New Hampshire. Colebrook, N.H., Sept. Id.— kiovernor Felker. has set next Wednesday .as the date when h.e will hear. Thaw’s attorneys - in their arguments why their client should not be extradited from this state. The legal battle in this state promises to be a long one. 1 ? opc’’ t _ Congregational Church. '> "< The Rev. Charles S. Price will preach in the Congregational church Sunday at II a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Morning subject, "The Ringing bf the Golden Bells'.'’ Evening -subject, "What the World Thinks of Christ.*’ At the. evening service Miss Gladys Keesler will sing “Face lo Fth'c-*’ are cortlflHIy Riot ed lo attend these services. Catholic Church. The Provincial and Fat her'Yah dec Pol are coming on the Mari posa and will he here Sunday. Services will Ik* conducted as us ual. The Prospector for job work. GOVERNOR ASKS THAW’S RETURN His Attorneys Will Make Last Fight to JK®®|> Him From Asylum. Colebrook, N. U., Sepl. 13.— The hearing of Harry Thaw, who was deported from Canada be cause he had recently been an in mate of an asylum, has been de layed. His attorneys have ar rived from Montreal and New Y rk and will make a tight through the courts of this'state against his return to the asylum. Albany, X. Y., Sept. 13.--Act ing (inventor (ilynn today signed a rei|uisilion to the New Hamp shire aulhorilies asking for the return of Harry Thaw to (lie slate of New York. Prominent attorneys believe the officials of New Hampshire would he .instilled in ignoring the reipiisilion. as CovjtM'nor Sulzer,. while under impeachment, has not given up his nll'ice. II is generally (on ceded I hit I Jerome will carry his point and land Thaw hack in the ] asylum. Carries a Large Number of Alas kans Who Are Returning to Their Homes. _ The Sampson arrived in Valdez, this morning from Seallle after unloading a fiuanlily of freight al I lie Cliff mine. She brought a number of passengers for Valdez, and many residents who are re turning lo their homes lo the westward. The passengers for Valdez, and westward points were as follows. Valdez—K. It. Ramsey, J. <1. .Singerland, Chas. W. Hush and wife, F. R. Hrenneman and wife, It. A. Young and M. F. Weil. Seward—John Kapsemalus, Airs. C. I). Whitlemore, Isaac Kv ane, J. Frisser, I. M. Covey and It. F. Walson. I.aiouehe—W. S. Pay. Knik Anchorage--W. W. Woodard, Chas. Rose. It. !•'. Slew art, J. A. Holmes, J. A. Holmes, Jr., K. O. Sawyer, Jack Dalton and Alvali Karnes Kodiak--Mrs. Chas. I'a.jomau and child. EsI her Voiglit, J. Slandish. J. D. Malley, S. Walsh, J. Hall. D. Dusboom, Al. Kspsito, L. T. AlcConnell and wife, Dr. (). It. Orr, I. K. Hailey and wife, K. L. Carlton-, L. McPherson, (i. O. Ilara, 11. Halt, J. Vincent, G* 'Gunderson and • 2 second class. Mr. K. R. Ramsey was a re turning passenger on the Samp son. ■ Camp Percy, Kept. 13.—The marksmen representing Switzer land won tlie international leant match shoot from France With a .score (luitTts IS the gooti. j The United Stales were third in ! •the contest shooting with free j rifle at the 300 metre, range. Krnesl Johnson, Jingo Fels ami ' Nels Nelson, who have been er ecting buildings at Stimip Itay for i Ihe Seaeoasl Mining company,! have linisbed their contract and i arc again in town for a few days, j i WHITES DEMAND BRUTE’S LIFE Race Riot May Result From Negro’s Assault on Little White Girl. Springfield, Sept. Ki.—The po lice are guarding a negro named Banks, who admitted that, he as saulted a white girl ten years of age. The jail is '.surrounded by deputies’ sworn in by the sheriff to protect the life of the prison er. but it is doubtful if they will be able to control the mob, which has steadily increased since the prisoner admitted liis guilt. The whiles are aroused over the dastardly crime and it is feared that their fury will be turned against all negroes and a race riot will follow. The negroes are frightened and are arming themselves. They are keeping' close to their «|iiarters of the city and are prepared to make a des perate resistance if attacked by the. mob of whiles. The sheriff has wired the governor for troops to maintain order. Mr. Brenneman Received His In structions From Department September 10. Mr. I'. .K. Brcnurmaii was a passenger mi Iln> Sampson lliis | morning anil his arrival has served In si‘llli> for all lime a • Iui*s| ii >11 wliirli has heen nrcu p> ing I he mi nils of many ril i zens of lliis low'll for some lime. Press dispatches Iwn weeks ago staled llial Mr. Brciincmau luul heen iioiniualed as marshal for this district hill the news of his continual ion failed l<> lie rcpnrt ed. When seen shortly after his arrival by a Prospector repre sentative, Brenneman staled that In* had received inslruel ions from the departnieiil to proceed to Val dez where he would he sworn in and lake charge of the otlice. He received his insl curl ions on Sep lemher 10. Mr. Brenneman is no stranger in Valdez as he has spent liflcen years in Alaska and has heen deputy marshal al KaI alia for four years. In all of the years he! has lived in the North he has mil spent a Fourth of July. Christmas or Thanksgiving on the outside, and is a thorough Alaskan. Judge Fred M. Brown is a passenger oil the Mariposa due ■ lo arrive today and will probably administer the oath of oltice Ibis evening or on Monday ^morning. ii. -* I1 * iw 1 •; "'™~ i ■ Seattle, Sept. 13.-->TIm‘ North western sailed for Alaska last night with a number of passen gers,, win* ar*> hurrying into the interior before the freeze-up. The passengers for Valdez are: Mrs. \V. II. Ziegler and son Paul, Miss K. F. diamlde and Rapt. Michel. The Huby lti“coril-Rilizen of! August t(11 h prints an item In the effect that cleanups amounting t o $25,000 were made on Hear Pup , and Long creeks. ARE ARRESTED Moyer Is Expected at Calumet to Take Charge of the Situation. Calumet, Mich., Sept. 13.--The state troops made a wholesale arresl of women today when more than two score of the wives of the striking miners were gather fed in The women are accused of intimidation and heating the non union men who attempted to lilt the places of their husbands. Vance Terscizh, a member of the Western Federation Interna tional council, was also arrest ed. The arresl of the women was accomplished b> the troops af ler a struggle, as the women fought like Amazons. Moyer, the labor leader, is ex pected to arrive today and lake charge of the situation. The strikers are (planning .an .im mense welcome for him. ttemember I lie Moose dance tonight. WILL PROTEST TO PRESIDENT Suffragettes Plan to Present Mon ster Petition Against Immi gration Official Action. (Iliiragn. Sepl. 13,-,-The suf frage! tes of this stale will protest to President Wilson if the im migration authorities detain Mrs. Pnnkhiirsl, who is reported to he coining to America. The women of America will he askijd in aid in the elVorl and pll'ans are being formulated in eireiilale petitions throughout the .nation on the same date where by millions of signatures maybe secured. LABOR LAW Wholesale Arrests Have Taken Place at Bellingham—Stiff Fine Imposed. I Bellingham. Sepl. 13.—The Pa .rilie American Fisheries com pany, which is only one of sixty employers who have been ap prehended for violation of the child labor law, ■ hfts been con victed ami fined $630. The other cases are Of a similar nature and it is believed all will be mulcted in a like amount. • --;-' ' i Mr. and Mrs. r. R. Brenneman were passengers from Kalalla to arrive this morning on the Samp son.' Mr. Brenneman is'the new Unitbd,*i4»tates Marshal of this district and comes to assume charge of the office. John Hosfeldt, hut more prom inently known as “Missouri John,” has returned^ from a trip to the Shushanna. fle is favora bly impressed with the looks of; the country and may return. ! Mrs. (thus. Rajoman and child, i of Kodiak, were through passen gers on the Sampson returning ! to their home. Mr. I'a.joman is; prominent in commercial and minnig matters in that district. I COAL DEALERS ARE BANKRUPTS President Wilson is Considering the Case of the Convict«d Coal Dealers. Washington, Kepi. 13.—Presi dent Wilson is considering the cases of Bullock and Houstoki, the convicted coal dealers, who were recommended to be pardon ed by Attorney General McRey nolds. They were sentenced to lWo years and to pay a, line for evading the custom’s duties and were chargeVI with beating the government out of hundreds of dollars. Their sentences has not yet beep enforced because appeals were taken in their cases. The higher courts sustained tin' de cision of Judge Cushman. Their case was taken up by Senator Jones and other politician's and an effort made to have thorn pardoned. Mclteynobls was pre vailed upon to endorse the peti tion to Pro.-blent Wilson which asked for their pardon on the ground Hull the case against Bul lock had shown that while he had profiled by the transaction lie had no knowledge of the dishonest (Continued on page 4) SUFFRAGETTE TO Pankhurst Says Force Will be Used if Necessary to .Win Votes for Them. i.ondnn. Sept. I :i.—Alps. Pank lltll'sl lias l lie police id' I liis city guessing as in her uioveinenls and plans for I lie future. Her lieulenanis here announce that, she is planning In organize ail army who helievo Dial suffrage should he extended In women and will use force if necessary to change the atlilude of the gov ernment. The officials do not know where she is as she is reported In have left Paris under a dis guise. is goIdwork AT ANY PRICE Work of Bringing Americana Home From NlexiQO. is Prov ing Very Expensive. Washing! on. Sept. 13.--The emergency appropriation recent ly made by Congress In enable Americans who desired t<» leave Mexico to do so will not be suf ficient and a further appropria tion, will be a'sked1. The amount, which was $100,000, has nearly all been spent and the work of relief is not half accomplished. Transports have been sent to all coast points to bring the refugees and railroads are bringing (hem front the interim* ns., * ? ■ », ■ . f; •1 ' Episcopal Church. Rev. W. H. Ziegler is ahsenl from (own and the regular ser vices will ind he held. Sunday school al 12 m. as usual. The show al the Orplieum Is all rigid. Sim* il tonight. Last clianee..