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.ItTY-FIVJ- HURTONE KILLED
-THREE MISSING ItuAs INTO
BURNER IJRIRGE NEAR WINS
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l United Pros. Leattil Wlr.
Wlnslow, Ariz,, Juno 29. Three
br.onj nro missing and thought to
den J; ono pnssengor was killed,
M .5 porsomj were Injured and nra
. the hospital hero today, as the re
lit of the California Limited dn thi
lata Fo rnllroad running Into n
fcrncd bridge ID tnlljB caSt of Jioro
t FRIENDS ARE CERTAIN--COM-;
jmoner ' FiivoRsjf dilmAnI
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Denver, Colb., Juno! 29( Mayor,
James Dahlrnnn, of, Omaha, personal,
representative of William J. Bryan,'
today nnnpunced his aiUhoritatlvo!
prediction that Bryan wllj. be. noml-'
nated ag the Democratic candidate for.
pretldcnt on the first ballot by tht?
Democntl. national convcatlon, with
at len.t 703 votes. This is the flrsL
: IN 'FRISGO
FOUR are mm
MAY RE WOltK OF ENEMIK.O'
GRAFT FIGHTKKS-W)MCE 1
VESTIGATE lityLtHNG FIIOXT
nrxUTf across mrRKKT.
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Lnnnnert on uane five.) t'Continned ,on 'pnge' "ITve. )
roltJ Vrt$ IfiH wlre'.t
San Franclnco, Juno 2f. There iil
little doubt that the explMtWi. tt
Chenery & DImond, vhlch kllM
people and probabU- fattUvlnitirV
another early today wa tM f k 9.
dyaaraltRM ,who ,twlcrt-lr.-
rty belonging to James I,. 0t!k
he former Btipervlsor WMq tmel
state's efldenco'js. tlio grRft ip)f-
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PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE
Sale of All Our
The backward season Is the rause. We have cut down the prices to
salt all pocketbooks. Goods sold at Manufacturers' Prices. One dol
lar 's worth two elsewhere.
ING GIVE VV THRONE
PAf STOLEN FUNDS.
On all our dress goods, silks and
white goods. See for yourselves.
Now selling at Mill Prices.
Slightly soiled now selling at
8ess than Manufacturers' Price?.
EMBROIDERIES AND LACES
AU marked out on tables at th
fame low prices, From 3c a yard
HOSIERY AND SUMMER UN
DERWEAR MARKED AWAY
MERE GOES FOR BARGAINS IN
This season's latest suits going
at small prices.
no 00 suits
U5 00 Suits
ln flA r...t.- '
11.25 Shirt Waist
Now !OA to Tftt
The Store That Saves You Money
III' "Hi a '
1 Mm Mill
J. Gallaghor, brother of the former
supervisor, and . J. Johnson, who
conducts the snloon. Tho property
adjoining tho wreckage on tho other
aldo Is owned by tho United Railways
T. J. Gallagher has been acting as
a body guard for hln brother since
tho repated threats have been made
against his life. In tho Ruef-Schmltz
administration T. J. Oallagher was
tho head of the commissary depart
ment, a lucrative position and the
feeling has been bitter against him
for his stand with, his brother In the
prosecutions, it Is undcrMood that
T. J. Gallagher also has received
John Sweeney, tho grocer, who
conducted a grocery store adjoining
the saloon conducted by Johnson.
land was killed with his wlfo and
daughter, appears to have been th
victim of n plot of which ho was not
Dissemoyor, who lived in the same
building, whose baby daughter was
killed nnd wife fatally hurt, alto
has no connection with tho Galla
ghers further than that he leased the
property to T. J. Gallagher.
Fred Sweeney, who was blown 50
feet through a window at tho. rear
1 of the grocOry, is expected to recover,
though ho -Is badly hurt.
fan Francisco, Juno 29.---Four
were killed and many Injured by a
rrtis I.fBil Wire.)
29. Fearing an out-
rrorlsm, the government
today arresting dosoiia
tho republican move-
he guard about tho royal
all public buildings jina
Yh dttonstratlon by tho republl-
iSA a rcn,nr'fftUlo spoech
by AlphfiBe Costa in which ho sug-
Klng Mnuol abdicate tho
declare a rODtb)icaR.form1
of government The speech was fol
lowed by great excitement through
out tho city.
When tho incident was reported to
boy king, ho mndo known his reso
lution to pursue a conciliatory policy
but tho oldors heads In tho 'govern
ment were opposed to tho calling of
tho royal troops, fearing, that a gen
eral reign of terror was-imminent,
King Manuel today Is'sued a state
ment saying that he 'Will repay tho
Illegal allowance to the crown that
his father was accused of having stol
en from the public funds.
Although tno city U quiet, tho gov
ernment fears that another .attempt
will be made upon tho llfo of tho
AT PRINCE'S TRIAL
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PEWEV IS SCORED
MUCH INTEREST IN TRIAL FOL
LOWING HARDEN'S A1TACK ON
HOUND TABLE" EULENHKRG
HISSED RIOT WAS FEARED,
(Upltcd ITmi !.," tVlrj.)
Bcrllu, June 29 Hundreds of
icanddl hungry women were turned
away from tho Contra! criminal court
today when tho cas( of PrJnce Phil
ip Eulenherg, accused qf gross im
moralities, was called for trial. I.ntli
to miss tho goulp to be gathered In'
disturbance add in some Instancoi
tho court room the women raised n
qourt attendants found it neceniary
to forcibly eject beautifully gowne :
but llt-manHrodj lmportuners.
priijce PHlll'i " l""ncjuPbyBjl I for
MaxmllUnn Harden of 1 1 r 1 1 1 c I i)it t p V
in the sensutional cscapijds alleged
to havo gcen conducted liy Ka'lct
Wllhejm's "Knights of tho Rouod.
Taiiie." .. . J
The sensation created Jy tho trla.1
of the prince Is oven greater than
that which attended tho arrest and
trial of Count von Moltko, who, al
though one of tho most prominent
members of German nobility. I out
ranked by tho prisoner at the tloc
today. ? ('
With thJ first gleam 'of dawntho
morbidly curious began .to nBiomblu
nt tho door of tho criminal courth
building. By tho tlmp tho caso was
ATTOKNEY RAYS MANILA RAX,
IllvRO 1A MiNS IN ADVANG-C
RATTLE PRICARRANGED HK-,
king and ho Is being kept under strict cnnd for' trial thousands of persons
guard. Costa has fled.
TERRIBLE FIGHT WITH
AN INSANE WOMAN
Ban Francisco, Juno 29. Matron
Ellen Sweet of tho detention wnrd
of the Central Emergency hospital, U
hovering between llfo and death to
day as tho result of n flerco fight
with Maud Torch!o, an Insano wom
an ye-terday. Tho lunatic Is a
raving maniac today and It Is though'
that she may dlo.
The matron went Into tho crazj
woman's cell In answer to a sum-
unon,and locked tho door behind hor
with no thought or danger. Tho
crazy woman sprang upon tho pin-
dynainlU oxploslon which destroyed
'tron from the bod and plnnnd her to
the floor with tho first two blows.
Tho crazy woman's fingers found
their way to the throat of tho matron
and she was una,ble to call out. Fir
a half hour the maniac trlod to kill
Jm'ss Sweet and there was a terrific
battle for life.
' Dr. Reubtn C; Hill and Stewards
'Emenon and Thomas broke Into tho
a grocery storo, with flats on thomp
I per floors, and an adjoining saloon
building at Chonory and DImond
streets, in tho Golden Gate park sec
tion of tho city, at 2:15 this morn
ing. The dead: John Sweeney, grocer;
Mrs. John Sweeney, his wife; Elba
e,..imv 'i.vf.nr.nlit ilanchl ir: babi
daughter of B. S. Dlssomeyer, one'o" Ju ' e plucky matron sank
year old. Among the badly Injured, to " "" unconwlous and after a
are Mr, and Mrs. B. 8. Dlssomeyer. fharl fight, eucceedod in putting the
All live over the grocery store. The Torchlo woman In a straight jacket,
explolon was of such terrific force Mil. Sweet was removed to her
that it shattered tho window glass In home and Is in a critical condition
the whole vicinity. FIIBNCH PREMIER WINs""
The police believe that the ftxplo- GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP
slon was the work of criminals and Jun S9.The ciomoncoau
are invtlgatlng to learn whether! jg um
the property belqng. to. ormer Super-ment re.as,enibIoi nMt 0ctobftr ug
vlsorJamos GaUagher who liMbw, ,t of tho premlor.g vIotory ,n
the object of several sinllar attack. fl fo governm.nt ownerBhlp
since ho tu.ned states evldsnce in ,.,,. The t.rmlnatlon of
this battle marks a new era fur
the graft prosecution.
The 25-year-old son of bweeney prant,
-was blown through a window and SO ) Aft(if tbe purChaie by the govern-
jfeet Into the air at the rear. Iff was ment of th Western Railroad- It l
Dev.rely Injured. Tho fronts of the j,red,ct(.(i that the Orleans lines will
grocery building and the saloon both be b0Ugnt ciomenceau's object b-v
"were blown clear across the 'treet. ' ng ,Q QTce aJ1 roftds jnto tj,o bapds
s?c?ontlaueay oiTpago four.) of the government.
had formed a mob of Immonse pro
portions In the yard. AsiPrlnco Phil
ip drove to the court room In a closed
carrlogo a mighty cheer aroso from
the ranks of his admirers, In the
midst of which a menacing hits could
bo heard. Prlnco Philip Is not n
favorite with tho mascs and but n
word would have been needed to
start a serlouB demonstration. Count
Carolath has been commissioned by
tho kaiser to report tbe trial for him
and nowfi or tho day's procfedinge Is
eagerly awaited at the pnlaco where
the accused prince has been a fuvor
Upon the arrival of Prlnco Philip
a oonference was held botween the
court and counsel and It was deoldtd
that tho trial should be hold behind
cloted dodrti. Immediately the court
rcom was cleared of all spectators.
Prince Philip, who. owing to hi
recont lllnosr,, was allowed to recline
l.i a chair In the renter of the court
room, aroso upon hearing tho an
nouncement that no women would lt
allowud to ntiond the trial and oort
ed his beautiful wife and two sons to
thblr carriage. There were tears In
tho eyes of the pr!co when she
I-rtod from hor husband.
A mass of totlmany will be Intro
dueod by the proiccuUon. Kl"n
berg's dofonse will cover a per'od 0
stv.-al days and It Is expected thut
tho trial will last at least two weeks
tVnltril rrtM I.cnxtl Wlrs.)
tfan T'rancl.co, Jftno 2. Tk'
members of tho Spanish war vetttV
Rns nro investigating a reMM-kabW
speech made by AttorneyU. , XfrlKr '
vlco commander of thn order, Is
which .Admiral Dewey In rcchiI at"
having arranMed tho deklls of the
buttle of MSnlU bay In advance with
the Spanish commander and U se
ar my Is accused of being uatler Wail
street c'lofalnattoM. Kirk l a HWkl- '
1st and nvav be exMlled frani ibt.
otUr, orf MeoiHijtKirt ;r ws fifi
Aveordwg to Kirk. Admiral Dmt
could v1iv. sent a dlspatek'Wiii'
aliqrevKnd demaMM the stirrendM"
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y; .Hniifin Htm inv ifny iivh.
"J5ut pewoy was & there to sst.1
llvpi," say's Kirk, ,Tbut ti take kk
K(rk said, that thq Malsh cow
mander ha,d boon grafilnn by err,r
Ing the names of many ded soMlerfi
on thy pay roll and thaViwey lMftt
4p th? battlo beforehand w that' th'
grafter (au send homo a larg list
The sentence or Private Vuttlda t
three years on Alcatras Island fr"
having, btkon hands with Emnm''
Goldman'here was 'framed up beffre'4
hand, ild Kick. The army oa
had ftKrc.if to havq the,thlnjc dowt to
provdht soldiers' from becowlag -clallsts
and VHalda will be rel
in a fow week's, Kirk said,
UOMK.VS 0I.UII FIGHT
OVIIU CONVRNTION CITY
(Uolttd I'm Unifil Wire.t
Boston, June 39 Tho reel bis
fight of the convention of the Fedor
utlon of Women "b clubs which I in
session here, Is expected tomorrow
when the delegates will ballot for
he next meeting place. San Fran
cisco seems to have the best chance
of geMIng tho convention of 1909
Bl Paso, Tax., June 29. Flftr
soldiers and throo ofllcers left thu
morning on hurry orders to Cam
Grande, 160 mjles from hero, and
the scene of the flrn arrest of thu
present revolutlunnry putbieak.
At thu preliminary .hearing of tho
five refugees from Juarez, arrested
In thl8"olty Inst-week on-complaltt
of tht. Mexican coqsul hero, a toil- '
tlipance was ordered b .cijunq ,nu, te f
gal representative of tho Amerfcat.
govemmeut was at hand to prosecuto
tlit. cases. AU probably wilt bo heatdf
the last 0' this week.
Vrhe request of the Mexican consul t
horo for addlonjl United Stato j
marshals will be granted. Addition-
ul arrest will probably result. , ,,
A dtspateh from Austin, TvxaV. I
wyte that many soldiers will nlior? f
ly join lu tho revolution leaving tho- s
government helplesn. Two hundred; t
additional troops arrived Wi Jim roc,
just acro the rher from hero, to-
day hlhuahua. . ,
1 1 mi mn -1 ilw -i-----iii-i-i-.-l m
WHEN WII'M REFUSES
' TO RE-MARRY, SIHXyfH Tlini.17
I (Utility Vim f.ro Wlr.) ;
Cblfago, June ';9.- After his fo -roer
wlfo had to remarry him, John j
Marello, an Italian, hot three worn-
en, ono of thom fatally.' today, aueV
fojjght a running due) with tbe po
lice and made bis escape.
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