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Six young men of a party of seven were drowned in Preacott bay, near Bangor, Maine, by the capsizing of a sloop. New and Honest Officials. Attorney San Francisco-Distri- ct nnirdon on Saturday made the fol "The prosecution lowing statement: ItssmIv disannnintcd by the failure or the labor and commercial organizations a if the citv to assent to its plan for to select d onvention of thirty 'legates or appointment by the board of n successor to Mayor Poxton t I necessarv that a new and honest mavor be at once selected to bring order out of the municipal chaos that prevails. Schmitz Again Meets Defeat. Mayor Schmitz suf-f- i San Francisco defeat Saturday when red another his application to the court of appeals for a writ ot mandate wns exposed lv Attorney C. W. Cobb, representing the prosecution, us a sham and a pretense laid upon the foundation of misThe petistatements and deception tion Chtrgei that .Itidee Dunne was hissed- allegM that he has refused to sett!" the hill of eXOOPtiOBI and that he is purposely hind' rinz th perfection ''f the appeal In order to keep tahmltz In the count'- Jail. carriage. William Henry Perkin is dead at London, aged 65. He founded the coal tar industry by the discovery of the mauve lye in 1850. A dispatch from Odessa says that seven persona were killed and many injured in an explosion in a secret bomb factory in that place. The Robertson insurance bill oi Texas became effective on Sunday and nineteen insurance companies withdraw from the state as a result. The steamer Seguranco of the Ward line, bound for Cuba and Mexico, went ashore upon the west bank between Hoffman and Swinburne islands, during a fog. County officers raided a "blind pig" E. H. operated by the postmaster, Cooper, at Lake Bay, an island settlement twenty miles from Taeoma. seizing $"00 worth of liquors to be destroyed. Mark Twain left London for home on the 13th. A great crowd of admirers at the station kept the American humorist busy shaking hands and gave him a rousing cheer as the train left for Tilbury. Joseph Hansbio, colored, an insane prisoner in the penitentiary at Baltimore, attempted to shoot a guard, but instead fatally wounded a colored convict. Hansbro had snatched the 'revolver from the guard's holster. from Seoul, Korea, reA dispatch ports the sensational discovery of twenty-fou- r men, who were concealed in the Seraglio palace, it is supposed with the intention of assassinating some of the emperor's ministers. The will of the late Francis Murhas phy, "apostle of temperance," been filed for probate. Mr. Murphy, according to the petition, left an estate valued at $20,000, the greater portion of which goes to his widow. The state department has received advices that the republics of Guatemala an Salvador have joined forces and the mobilization of are beginning troops to resist any attack that may governbe made by the Nicaraguan ment. A terrific windstorm at Louisville, Ky brought death to one man and injury to "several other persons. The man killed was Frank H. Lehmann. an employee of the National Casket company, who was crushed by a falling cornice. The league scored a vicAlabama the before legislature tory last week, when the early closing bill passed the senate and the bill prohibiting shipment of liquor into prohibition counties was taken from the adverse calendar. Two ore trains upon the Great Northern railroad came together head-eabout twelve miles west of Brooks-ton- , Wis., with the result that one man was killed and ti.e were injured, one of them so seriously that he is not expected to live. The Sterling company at Barberton. Ohio, has received an urgent request from Washington to rush the boilers for the battleships of the navy to completion as fast as possible, and Engineer Gay of the navy has arrived to see that the work is rushed. Mme. Fromonki, who last March General attempted to assassinate Rheinbet, and who on May 1:1 made an attempt to murder the inspector at Moscow, of the political prison wounding him with a pistol which had brten smuggled into her cell, lias been sentenced to death. been reA vigorous protest has ceived by the government from the Korean and expulsion Japanese league, the headquarters of wnieh ere at Seattle, Wash., against what is asserted to be an organized traffic in Jaanese women, who are betas brought to this country. John Mitchell, president of the Dotted Mine Workers of America, in an interview at Denver, said he was confident that Haywood, Moyer and Petti bone, now on trial in Idaho for the nurder of former Governor Stennen-herirwere innocent, and would be acquitted of the charge. Walter E. Mason, formerly a nation il bank examiner, and at one time of the Commercial and president Farmers' National hank of Baltimore, Md., who has been on trial at Tow--on- . Md., on charges of conspiring to defraud the Munich company, was acquitted. Miss Gertrude Becks, secretary ot the welfaro department of the Nationthe al Civic Federation, who visited Panama canal zone to investigate the conditions under which the employee! upon the canal arc working, has rimmed to New York, and will main-hereport In a short lime. A petition signed hy many prom nent persons. Including Marquis V( ga He La Arnlgo. a former premier, hns been presented to King Alfonso, ask ing a pudon for Hakens, Mala and Ihnrra. who were recently convicted ot being concerned In the plot against Uie v ns on his Wedding day. 1 anti-saloo- IN g. head-o- n Benjamin Corey, of San Francisco, was killed at Manchester, N. H., Sunday afternoon hy being thrown from a Paris. The national fete on Sunatday was marred by a ilastardly tempt on the life of President Fallieres by jeon Maille. a naval reservist of Havre, who. it is believed, is suffering from the niainia of persecution. Maille filed two shots at the president, but did not hit him. He was at once placed under arrest. The landeau in which the president, Premier Olemenreau and the president's secretary were seated, had arrived at the comer of Leseur street aswhen, from the curb the would-bsassin fired in quick succession two shots point blank at the president. .Miraculously no one was hit. President Fallieres was cool and collected when the cortege stopped. The diplomats who were following the president's carnage alighted from their carriage and hurried to the side of M. Fallieres. Finding that nobody had been injured, by the president's ordefs, the cortege moved on. In the meantime who two policemen seized Maille, made no resistance, but the police the irate with difficulty prevented crowds from lynching the prisoner until a cordon of resenes came up and conducted him to the station. There Maille refused to give any reasons for his act, saying: "The revelations I have are so grave and serious that I will only make them before a magistrate for transmission to the chief of state. It Is a matter between the government and me. I am the victim of many villainies." It Will be Hard for SENSATIONS collision near Hatties-burMiss., one man was killed and nine Injured. United States Senator A. O. Bacon for the of Georgia has been full term, beginning March 4, 1908. The Wisconsin senate has passed the two-cefare bill on all lines having a gross earning of $3,500 per In a FRENCH PRESIDED T SUMMARY THE ARE Bill's Reason. SPRUNG HAYWOOD Til One Witness Confessed to Parttcipa tion With Orchard and Mob In Riot at Wardner, Idaho. m.ig-istr-tc'- s Mc-Ge- were exMost of them amined on Saturday. were called to disprove statements as to Orchard's movements in north Idaho and as to the disposal of his interests in the Hercules mine. One of the most interesting of the witnesses was August Paulsen, who was atjjjje time a poor miner in the Coeur d'Alenes and a partner of Orchard in the Hercules mine. He retained his interest in the Hercules for five years, until the mine became one of the best properties in the country, and is Orchard swore that he planned to kidnap Paulsen's children and extort a ransom of $30,000. The coup did not come off. Paulsen was called at this time to show that Orchard disposed of his interest in the mine some time before he left the state. in rebuttal n n , BOTH SIDES CHARGE CONSPIRACY Miners Acuse Mine Owners of Crimes Laid at Miners' Door. Boise .Idaho The end of the trial of William I). Haywood, secretary and treasurer of the Western Federation of Miners, charged with conspiracy to murder, is now within measurable distance. The case on Monday entered on its tenth week of hearing before Judge Fremont Wood in the district court of Ada county. Both sides have rested and the rebuttal has begun Tes timony has been introduced in support of the charge brought by the state of Idaho that a conspiracy existed among high officials of the Western Federation of Miners to Intimidate all persons who ran counter to the purposes of union labor with a view to establish members of organized bodies of as masters of the situation, thus commencing a political and Indus trial reorganization which, having its initiative in the west, should Bpread with irrestible force throughout every section of the country. Testimony has been introduced to show that. In pur snance of this conspiracy, eighteen men were murdered. 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