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RECEIVES in the advertise EXAMINER THI PRICE IT CHARGEE. IT IB THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM THE EXAMINER IN THE CITY CACHES THE COUNTY AS WELL At THE CITY. OUR SUBSCRIPTION BOOKS ARE OPEN TO ADVERTISERS CITY, President Palma Informed General Cere-bcc- o, one of the Peace Commissioners, FUNERAL Would kind treasury. Its abundance BURIED ME Chicago, Kept. Z. Robert Gordon, years old, today confessed that he atnirk Job. Read, 6 yeara old, with a brick, stunning him and then buried him allre beneath the sidewalk In front of his fstner.s horns 2877 Archer avenue. The boy's body was found where Gordon said he had buried it. After aa inveatlgatlnn by the police Gordon waa taken kilo custody. The absence of the Reed boy from his home waa noticed at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon and search was Immediately begun. Gordon led the father of the Reed boy through the streets In the neighborhood for several hours, finally at 10 o'clock last night he took him 13 where the body was buried and assisted In digging It up. When tsk-e-n lo the stmt ion and questioned by the police "Gordon broke down and 16 Taws , fcemetery. dollars. The August receipts and customs duties were greater than ever before. We will not need to negotiate loan for some time to epme at least. Tm, moat of what .we hare has been appropriated by congress, but these appropriations must wait We shall lone the money in putting down the rebelllion Rock Hurled through Car Window by Union Miners Starts a Riot-- Many Shots Exchanged Fight Fans Took to Sage Brush. ion . Guards Charged With Treason. Ran Juan de Martin?, Cuba, Rept. 3. -- Col. Avalos' command la returning here for the reason, aa given by the colonel, that he haa received no orders from General Rodrigues that provisiHasen. Nev., Sept. 2. Serious trouons at. Gnanes were running low, end ble occurred bore thi afternoon at the the same condition would obtain If ha Junction of the Southern Pacific and occupied other small towns and that Goldfield h Tonopah railroad, when lino Guerra does not want to fight the second section of a train carrying inv way and can readily avoid govstrike breakers to Ban Francisco arernment forces. The of rived. A number of union miners met orders may be explained by the rob- the train and hooted the strike break-erbery of mall Mcks. which la known Finally a atone waa hurled to have occurred between here and through a car window and It wae anGuanos. Guerras force la mostly swered by a shot. A number iff the r men on the train Jumped off. The contamped at Mantus Three rural guards and a sergeant ductor gave the signal, but have been arrested at Gnanes and will the strike breakers stopped the train he rent to Havana charged with tres-m-ii and delayed It thirty minutes. A hunand conspiracy to kill Ueutenant dred or more dismounted and brandishAlva rex. commander at.' Guanos pre- ing revolver, hurled defiance at the vious to the arrival of the main body, union men. Fifty nr more delegate to at. nd to blow up the town hall and de- the Republican state convention nier the town to the Insurgents Tonopah and a crowd on their way to Hundreds of Guerra' men have been the Goldfield prise fight took to the jeen the part two days eastward of sage brush. rinar del Rio city, and It. la 'believed When the train waa finally started a i mobilization of Insurgent recruit in crowd with revolvers stood on the rear thi section i n platform. A they paused several miprogress nan-recei- a. an increase of 31 rents b .k A daflr. what probTomorrow, ably will be the greatest assemblage nf war vessels in the) history of the western hemisphere, wfl lie reviewed by President Rousevels in the waters of Long Island sound ff Oyter Hay. in the fleet will be thi newest of the vessels of the Americai navy, including all that, is most Efficient in the various classes of battigshlp. cruisers, torpedo boats and toqhedu boat destroyers and submarine. In the fleet, commanded by Rear Admiral Evans, there will be 16.008 ten to cheer President Roosevelt at the Mayflower steams through the llin k of war shlpa. The following la the pi gramme to be observed : 8 a. m. Ships full dfeaa. 1U:45 a. ni. Mayflower with President leaves anchorage. 11 a. m. Mayflower reaches head of column. 12 noon. Mayflower anchors. 13:05 p. m. Commander-iChief visits Mayflower. 1 p. m. to 2:45 p. m. Reception on board the Mayflower. 2:30 p. m. President visits Maine, Alabama, West Virginia in succession n and perhaps other ships. 8 p. m. Ship all illuminated. When the review ie over, the ahlpa will proceed to different statione, according to previous assignment. At the close of the review there will be a reception on the Mayflower, at which the President will greet the command-er- a of the ehipa. W. J. Bryan during the week will proceed to his home in Lincoln, Nebr. On the way he probably will make an addresa at Detroit and In Chicago he will be the guest of the Iroquois club, where ha la te mUus an addreas. On Wednesday. x Mlfc.' Secretary Taft will deliver what la expected to be an Important speech in the Maine campaign. On Saturday, at Oyster Bay, President Roosevelt will attend the in celebration of the one hum dredtb anniversary of Christ church nf Orated Bay and will deliver an address. The Germaa-Amerira- n rices for th Roosevelt cup off Marblehead, Maei. under the Joint control of the Kalaer-liche- r Yacht club nf Kiel, and the Eastern Yarht dub of Boston, will be started off Half Way Rock at 11 a. m., or aa soon thereafter aa may be expedient, on the following dates: PRICE which will begin tomorrow. The Incentive is a massive silver howl for which President Roosevelt stands as sponsor and which is offered by the Eastern Yacht cluh. Next year it i believed that Emperor William will be the donor of the trophy when the raers are sailed at Kiel. The German aspirants ,f challengers IV. owned are the Glueckauf by Gustav Brinnea of Vuehltieim, representing the Imperial Yacht club of Kiel; the Tilly VI. owned hy Messrs. Ikiltman and Krogmann nf Hamburg, and Nepeseming. the North German Racing union and the Wsimsee, representing the Wannsec Balling rluh and owned hy thst orgaulzatata. The American seeker as they are regarded here, the defenders of the trophy are the Auk. owned by Charles Francis Adams of the Quincy Yacht club: ihe Caramha, owned by C. H. W. Pbsier ff the Eastern Yacht cluh, and the Vitn, owned by Commodore Trauer I.. Pack of the American Yacht dub of New York. All six yachts are the pick of the two big fleets ou wither aide of the ocean. The races will bo sailed off Half Way Rock off the northern shore of Massachusetts Bay. At least live races will he aailed and the Roosevelt cup will go to the owner of the yacht which urat wins throe race or wins the fifth race out of the aeries. beThe event la the first match tween yacht men of this country aud any couniry in continental Europe, and aa anch marks a new era in the sport. In principle it la different from any other match over held in one vital respect, namely the competing boats are built and the races sailed under the rules of the visiting club. This gives tha visitors an advantage that will gn a long way toward compensating for any handicap that they may suffer from raring on strange waters in a strongs country. Again the type of yachts is a familiar one In Germany, but an entirely new one to the American designers and the outcome will he watched with great Interest to aee whether the Yankee designer and builder without previous trial haa turned out. a boat which la faater than hla German competitor. The retrictlona are that the yachts muat be built with the total length of the water line hi am and draught not over 32 feet, the sail area not over 650 square feet and the weight iff the The typnta more than 4.033 pounds. American yachta average 30.1 over all aid 18.41 feet, on the water line. The German yachts average 32.83 feet over aH and 20.0 feet on the water line. The cntiraOa nr wlpdward and leasward. a day In wage. Monday, Bept. 8; Wednesday, flapt. 5: Thursday, Bept. 6; Saturday, Bept. 8; Monday. Bept. 10; Tuesday, Bept. 11, (If necessary). The Amateur Athletic Union, Junior and single national rharaplonahlp will he' held under the suspires of the New York Athletic club at Trevor's Island, Pelham 51 nor. K. Y., on Saturday, Bept. 8. One of the most Important events in tha prise ring in recent month will be decided Monday, when Joe Gans. the negro light weight, will meet Battling Kelson at Goldfield, Nevada. The men are reported to have trained carefully for the contest and a great fight Is expected. Gans has been the favorite in the herring, but the followers of Nelson expresn complete confidence that their man will win. here RICES ners, the latter hurled atones at them. Fully fifty shots were fired from the Arms for Cuba. New York, Bepl. 2. The Cuban train. One hat. was struck but no one wav hurt. Not a shot waa fired by th H?rera f Imineni, who were the only onei left I riZ Th. ,ntransport will load Slx SX. , about the depot except employes when the strike breakers dismounted and ; linn I'; ,.rnwd- - More trouble Philadelphia, Bept. 2. From th of rapid fire guns and other munition section ar- evidence in my possession the collapse to lie employed in the suppres- Is expected when the next isionwr of the Real Estate Trust company aprives. or the Cuban rebellion. pears to be the result of stupendous The numhet of dally enlistments 1 Situation at Frisco. loaning. I intend to proceed to tlie d known, aa the work la being limit against the prison liable. Ban Francisco. Sept. 2. "I regrd nn m o many 'different places, This datement waa made tonight by nut the la to have $.000 the United Railway Intend to run It but I District Attorney Beil after a day to in uhlon, the can nu in theexpectation opposition of Inclusive field, regulars fear that the attempt will be mad. spent. In considering the evidence nd volunteers. I ah II be sorry if It comes to pass," banded to him by Receiver Earle of " hat I beginning to disturb more than anything said Mayor Bchmltz last night. Every the defunct hank. That Frank K. HipI1" I the Increasing evidence that effort, however, will be made to pre- pie. the suicide president of the institution waa not alone responsible for tr harm planting, sugar, cultivation and serve the peace, and meanwhile no rrnl preiiaratlons will begin so late pain will be spared to hit upon sonic the crash both Receiver Earle and LI strict Attorney Bell are satiafled, as to b ruinous to the for peace.' coming winter basil The mayor said that the local law and arrest may be looked for at any fiops. The planters see no prospect oiii.r uf getting money to do their requiring carmen to have not less than time. The bank" officers alone may burden iff responsibility. ';rk or of borrowing money for devek a week's experience before being al- not bear the lowed to take out can applied both The receiver and the district attorI'ine th crops. to conductors and gripmen. ney have devoted mnrh time to the " ar preparation a In Havana are With the law enforced and he a!:l question of the liability of the direcA machine gun corps this Ccrmiiin left Caatallo de la Punts. that it would be enforced the mayor tors and developments today Indicate It would take about six weeks that at least two of them may be calli'1 four companies are stationed, one declared a Fuerxa castle, in front of the for the company to get ita roada In ed upon for an explanation of their are. two at the arsenal and One at full operation with new men. even If action in certifying to the rorrectucan old employes offered no Interfer- of bank atatements which have since 'dado shore fort. The men are not tha ence. .trilled or disciplined. r proved to be false. The names signThis wea because nf the very few ed to the last semi annual statement 1'P to tonight no new fighta n men in the companys service of the Real Estate Treat company government forces and lnsur-hv- e skilled who would be competent to Instruct were E. P- - Borden. R. I hie Benson been reported. new employes. El Economists, the leading and Frank C. Hippie. In the statement must be include. - an ..Wew,r Hf that the revolution, Another 'Frisco Strike. besldee costing millions of dollars Itemized Hat of collateral held by the rom the Industries which are o periBan Francisco, Sept. 2. About 5'") oank. A the directors of th trust on foreign capital, will, ahould molden and coremakers went on company of their own admission l11 word of the other for the !?! (Weeks. cause ruin strike yesterday In the thirty foundries tte fVneltapveralAbajo tobacco crop in this city to enforce the demands for securities in the banks possession and FAILURE CAUSED ear--Tie- ts g. -- be-ce- iwml-an-anu- 1- that the lists prepared were fictitious there arises the liability of tlioce who signed the statements for false and negligence for failing o Investigate the condition of Hi collateral before attesting the Both Receiver Earle and District Attorney B1I spent the greater portion of today in examining the evidence in tbelr possession, showing that other beside Frank K. Hippie, the suicide president of the Real Estate Trust company, were parties t the transaction resulting In the collapse of the Institution. Be viral directors today met In the office of Jos D. F. Junkin, a director and solicitor of the company, who haa admhcd that the Acting Brooke Real Estate company, of which he was the borrowed $250,000 from the Real Estate Trust As a resub of the meeting company. Mr. Junklp tonight issued a statement explaining: the transaction. Vic President Houston of the defunct trust, comnani. declared todsy that if any of th- - director have borrowed money from the hank it will be soon a ih receiver calls returned for It Depositor representing $3lHt.(Win u. trusted to the bank have engaged Samuel Clement, former assistant district attorney to prosecute the direr-torn- . IHscusstne tb liabilities of ip directors, John H. On'crae, head of stati-mr-n- t. . ; -- ! g I n e -- Governor 1 emu-plete- .,,'( at FIVE 10RE JAFS ARRESTED IN ALASKA States That If Changes in Spelling Do Not Meet With Popular Approval in Offical Documents, It Will Be Dropped. . , - ( !. forth. If any Oyster Bay. Bept. 2. In a letter to spelled sa therein Charles A. Stilling, public printer at one asks the reason for the action, Mhingion, made public today. Presi- refer him to Circulars 3, 4 and 6 aa Isdent. Roosevelt wrote that if the sued by the simplified spelling board. Moat of the criticism iff the proposed changes in spelling advocated by the simplified spelling hoard and put In- step la evidently made In entire Ignoto use in official documents meet pop- rance of what the atop la no leas than ular approval, they will be made per- lu entire Ignoranr of the very modermanent. It not, he wrote, they will ate and common sense views an to Ihe lettpr purposes to be achieved, which views be dropped. .The President are 3 excellently net forth in Ihe cii follows: "Hon. Charles A. Stilling. Public ritlara to which I have referred. There Printer. Washington, D. C. My Dear la not the slightest intention lo do I enrlne herewith anything revolutionary or Initial any Mr. Brilling: The purpose poliry. copies of certain elrenlara nf the simplified spelling hoard, which can he limply for the government, instead of behind No. lagging laipular sentiment to obtained free from the board at 1 Madison avenue. New York City. advance ahreaai. of it end at the same Please hereafter direct that in all gov- time abreast of th view of the alileat ernment publication of the executive and moat, practical educator of our the above three hundred words erne time aa well as of the most profound merated In circular No. 1. shall be scholar men of the stamp of rrofea-ao- r BY LOOTING Wirks. and the Baldwin board of directors of the treat company, said today: "That which was done In the case Trust company of the Real Etta' would hi possible, tinder exist ing laws and regulations in 'lie affairs of any o'her mist company in Philadelphia. The directors went through the forma that are observed by other boards of one of the director. t "The fault la wi'h the present system. which must be radically changed before it may safely lie said thar another .real estate trust corporation is Mr. Converse out of the question. that director had denied a atatepn-nheld but one meeting In two jears. "Except, perhaps for a recess of two months in summer, the Niard met with 'absolute regularity," said he. hoard whose "T do not know of member were more ronstant In their attends nee.1 that Asked If it was not mrpri.-iii- g the president could have put through the board statement of sui-- a character that he could so long continue tb" deception, Mr. Converse, replied: t that I am amazed "1 muat confe that, this could hv hen carried on under ihe eye ol !? hoard, but it I becanse of onr nrdivided confidence In Hippie. Nevertheless. I believe it will u shown that Hippies downfall did not begin mam years ago. hq t wl'hla a coni para lively recent period. of Poaching Accused Within Three Mllee ef the Seale Shore. Beattie, Wn.. Bept. J. the Alaska, - ; h has been dfsrbised Tork. BepL 2. Escorted by trine, but qntil the prominent mee the Nebraska lioine foika." more than give their names the objection can I have rod Itto strong, W. J. Brysn started on tin wd have any influence. who had a protest home stretch of ItU trip around thu j talked with anyone world in a special train of five cam to make. Hut 1 have discussed th which left Jersey UJty at 6:30 this matter, both Iwfore and after my afternoon. Thera was no denionstra-- ; epeech.me.with meu who have agreed have talked the mat tel lion at the station, but many pussen- - j with gera In Ihe waiting room introduced lover for two yens or more." Bryan said that he waa tu sprat themselves to Mr. Hryau and shook. j In Mr. HL Louis on September 11; I xml hands with him. The special is ex-villa. September 13: Cincinnati, dected to reach Detroit tomorrow LI; Radford, a., Beptembei and after a day and night- teniher I to make two H aperrhrt rest will atari at midnight for Cklm North Carolina, two in Alabanif. cago when another reception will be and but have nut1 the dates ia Tennessee, train the held Tuesday. Thera scheduled to reach Lincoln, Neb., on as yet been act. r. Brian spent a comparative! Wednesday when a rousing reception; la promised by Ma.r Brown, who julfl Sunday, mostly at the VlrtorU Ha received a number iff visit- j head the delegation of Nebraskans, On the way over the river lu the ora who called fur a short chat and a good-bythe af- ferryboat Mr. Bryan elmlitigly said in ternoon handshake. Early-iBorough President Bird M. an Interview: Color arrived in an automobile ami Speaking from a personal htaud-poln- t took Mr. the reception accorded to me bom In aid Mrs. Bryan over to hla Brooklyn for luncheon. were very gratifying. Bsaklng from Among those who called on Mr., a political standpoint I think thst they showed a marked chans in ifiildlc sen-- Bryan during the day were ex Benton McMillan of Tennis, 1ntent along the Hues of ecnimmir ( Kentnrkv, questions, especially those question John W. Tomlinson of A la bants, Rufa relating to the trust Isaae. The only 8. Rhoades of Alabama, E. A, Hood Of pleasant, feature about the reception Chattanooga, Ray Woodaon, national' 1 that 1 have been eo busy epeaklng commit teeman . from Kentucky. Con- -' and going from place to place that-rm.nvl,la,n .Bttlser and Mr. and have not had lime to shake hands with I K. all those who had come great ills- -' Mr. .Norman Detroit, Mich., Bept. 2. Plana ftiv tancee. reception ami entertainment ' of "The reception which my neighbor ike William J. Bryan upon hla tialt to Deal home are preparing will he a great troit. loniorroit d wera definitely satisfaction, but It can hardly he whit t today. cordial than have been my reception' ' Mr. Bryan and the party of Kebras-- f in the eaat." kan accompanying him am scheduled Referring to the reported disagree-- ' here at nonp.: TJiey will be ment of prominent Democrat with his to arrive rail- uiqt at th elation by a rauapttoa comof of federal ownersljjp advocacy mittee composed of prominent local said: way. Mr. Bryan Slated-thand blgle Democrat nod bn escort et prominent havFSsftrlr rj, tu the Hotel Cadillac, where Mayor,. men have protested against the doc- - Cudd will satend a formal w elcome, . After luncheon the party trill be' taken lo the Mate fair grounds, where Mr. Bryan will make a short address.' The party will return to the city for dinner at 6 o'clock. Hr. Brynn will address a mass meeting at the Light Guard armory ahd an Informal reception alii follow. He will leave for Chi, cago at 11 o'clock. Wan i-- CENTS Escorted by Home folks9 (lie Great Commoner is Now on Home Stretch of His Trip Around the World. - 4 FIVE . BRYAN STARTS FOR TO PUBLIC PRINTER -- The foundry men held a meeting this afternoon and granted the demada and the men will return to work Tuesday morning. Ban Francisco, Sept. waa no change today in the street railway strike. No attempt waa made by the United Railway! to operate cars. BIx hundred men were brought Into the city by the United Railroads this CUP morning between 3 end 3 o'clock. ROOSEVELT These men are, it is asserted, not tno. tnrmcn but construction men. Preel-de- t Calhoun of the United Railways said today that he was patiently awaitTODAY ing the arrival of enough morormen. Referring to a city ordinance that motormen must hare one week's trainMarblehead. Mas., RepL 2. To ing before being permitted to mn cars. President Calhoun said thsl It would promote good frelinx between the not be regarded. German and American people, to in- - BANKS 1906 oere-mnni- INTO A FIGHT AT HAZEN "We have nineteen million dollara band." Mid the eecretary of the Don't overlook that. And treasury. we hare a monthly Income of two milon Week. The funeral and editor of the Omaha Bee, who wae found dead Friday morning, occurred this afternoon with Masonic honor, from th rotunda of the Bee building. The body was exposed to public view between the hour of 12 and o'clock, during which time many thousands r persons of all classes filed past the casket. In addition to the crowd on the first floor, the second and third floors, from which a view of the casket could lie obtained, were filled with great crowds. The ceremony consisted of the Masonic ritual service, and was conducted by Worshipful Master diaries L. Porter, assisted by George W. Lininger. It waa followed by addresses by Dr. George L. Miller, Robert Cowell and W. J. (Vmnell of Omaha; Norris Brown, attorney general of Nebraska, and successful for the recent Republican Mate convention of United States senator, for which office Mr. Rosewater also waa a candidate, and Melvin R. nominee for Republican Hopewell, lieutenant governor. At the conclusion of the address a quartette sang Lead, Kindly Light. The services In the rotunda were closed with an impressive Masonic ceremony and with prayer by Rabid Cohn of Temple Israel. The services were participated In by employes and of tha Bee, who attended In a body. The honorary pall bearer : Harry P. Deuel. Ed Haney, lather Drake, Arthur Braudel. Rleaaor Wakeley, Morris Lerr, W. A. Paxton, Lou I Raapke, Lewis Reed. John A. Creighton. L. II. Korty and Kanclav Buresch. Arrive pall bearers; .William Nickel, Loula Rowzee. C. B. Eddy, J. D. Weaver, Dwight Williams, T. F, Sturgis and T. W. McCullough. Tha body waa Interred in ' Forest ?. r of Edward Rosewater, late proprietor STRIKE BREAKERS GET' of GLANCE ings of Coming 0 SEPTEMBER crease The interest in luterna'tonal raring and To enable yacht mm iff moderate means in the sport are the object which the Eastern Yacht club of Boston, and the German Rnipt-mhope to attain by ihe series of races Events and Happen- E. amounting to from $12,000,000 to besides a years lues to the farmers The paper says that the kws to the cattle interests will be from $0,000,000 to $110,000,000. Concerning the augar crop. It says that a continuation of the trouhte for two months will mean a loss of from luo.isiu to 200.IHH) tons on account of the lack of labor. The paper reckons the loss to the fruit crop at about $4.ooo.ouo and says all the kieses can at moitt only be partially remedied unless there la a prompt effort for peace or the immediate SMlatance of the United States la requested. One of the main reasons why the government feels encouraged to pur sue the fight to the end by force la, outlined to the Aeeoclated Press thla evening by Pont Sterling, ccnrctary MORNING. MONDAY Of Omaha, Neb., Sept. 2. of the money. UTAH. confessed That be enticed the boy to the basement of the Read home, mistreated him and when he attempted to escape struck him on the head with a brick. He then buried him elite. Five other boys ranging m age from 16 to 20 yeara old. who hud been drinking with Gordon at the rear of the Read home before the murder became known, were taken into custody. The Read and Gordon families live near one another and have been friends for yeara. That No Concession Be Offered. POR ARE ER MONDAY AND TUESDAY. SUPPRESS THE from President Palma. The pro-mera, however, are not entirely and another meeting may be held later. The Associated Prana learned today form a aource ordinarily absolutely reliable that the Inner drclee of the government had about readied a tentative nnderatandlng that If the government win unable to control the Inatirredlon bj September IB It would aak for the aaaiatace of the Pulled Btatea, but when thla aaaertinn waa broached the members of the government It was met with anch an emphatic denial aa to leave no room for doubting thgt whatever the government may have decided It haa decided to eee the thing through by all the force of arms It can command and abide by the results. While the publication of the peace project today caused much diaeuaalon there waa little hope evinced that It would succeed aa It waa conceded on all aides that the government. In the present temper of the meases, would kiae any election which might result from it. Besides, since the government Is iipwllllng lo relinquish the Idea of central governmental control of municipalities, thla also would be a irrinua stumbling block to such a WEATHER FORECAST UTAH FAIR AND WARMER WEATH- .OGDEN Genera Menncal, who headed lha commlaalonera, Hit of the propoeed aent word to the promotera of the pro do jert that he would have nothing to the dth It nnleea he could approach fnaurgenta with a definite offer of aonie DISPATCHES THE INDICATIONS NO. 246 Havana, Bept. 8 The hope of thoM who on Saturday night tentatively auggeated the proposition of mutual concession aa a mean of ending the rebel lion were shattered today when President Palma called General rerebeoo. one of the proposed peace commissioners, to Ahe palace and him that the government had to offer or accept and no concession no intention other than lighting the matter through and auppreaalng the TRESS THE for VOL III FULL ASSOCIATED A from special te Seward, nays: Five more Japanese have been arrested at 81. George's Island, one of the Pribiloff group, by the government agent, accused of poaching seals. A Japanese schooner droppnd anchor limit and sent within the three-mil- e a man ashore evidently tu rcconnolier the ground. When the Japanese sailor was on the Island he mid that the schooner had called fur water. The government resident agent, demanded lo see the arhooner'a captain and nhen the latter cam ashore with four men, all were a treated as poachers. Washington, Biil, 3. The Department of commerce and labor received a despatch from Ihe government agent ah Valdez. Alaska, saying thst It was reported them that the steamer waa exported In tomorrow with five Japanese aboard, supposed to have Island been arrested at 8t. George' A despatch aent from for poaching. the department to the agent at Valdez In return directing him to telegraph further information. The last raid waa made at Bt. Lnnahury and lYofenanr Bkeat. If Ph ill's Island. the alight changes in the spelling of Ihe three hundred words proposed IS A wholly or partially meet popular ap- SHERIDAN proval, then the changpa wRI become permanent, wltnout any reference to DOOMED VESSEL what public officials or individual private ritixena may feel; if they do not. ultimately meet, with popular ap- Two Big Transports Ordered ta Assistance ef th Disabled Vctacl proval ih?y will lie dropped end that at Honolulu. ia all there la about It. They represent nothing hi thp world hut a very Ran Francisco. Sept. 2. In an efalight, extension iff the movement, which haa madn agricultural imple- fort to free the army tr napnrt Sheriment makers and farmers write dan from her position ou the coral reef Barber' Point, near Honotniu, tha 'ploy' instead of 'plough,' which ha at made moat Americana write 'hennt' war department today issued ordnra transwithout the somewhat absurd, super- for two of tha big chip in tha to tha fluous u.' and which Is even now mak- port service to proceed at onoe veoaeL ing people write 'program without the assistance of the disabled The transport Thomas will leers me, just an all people who apeak Enat daybreak today for Honolulu, glish now write 'bat.' set,' 'dim,' 'sum' here and 'flab,' instead of the ElizHliutian having on board a corps of expart wreckers and salvage gear from the tte.' 'dlmme,' 'summe' and Mare halt. Island navy yard. fyshe: which makes u write 'public,' A few hours later the Buford, which 'almanac.' era, 'anx,' fantasy' and has bean laid up at will sail 'wagon' Instead of the publlrk, 'alma- under rush orders forSeattle, Honolulu. nack,' 'aera.' phantasy. 'wagon' of our Tha Buford will pick up th freight great grandfaihers. It la not an at- and passengers from tack on the language of Shakespeare return at onoe to thlathe Bheridaa and city. and Milton because it la in some is 2- Efforts' to pnll stances good to back the forma they theHonolulu, Sept. transport Hheridan off tha rocks used and denotes merely th extension and it ia bow beof changes, which a regards , other have been abandoned lieved Ihe vessel will be a total leas. word, have taken place since their Th people aboard tha Sbcridaa spent time. It la not an to do anya'mpi the night in darkness, the lighting nf sudden nr viothing It la rulent. or Indeed anything very great machinery being disabled. at all. It ia merely an attempt to mored that there ia now water in the Th eaat what alight weight It can prop- vessel above th fire rooms. atmd-shiappears to be pierced erly cast on the aide of the popular transportthe rock on which ehe hang. by forees which are endeavoring to make steamer are now reonr spelling a little lea foolish and moving rargo from the Sheridan cold fantastic. storage and valuables. It is planned . I Signed) "Sincerely yours, o anchor th Sheridan and cable for THEODORE ROOSEVELT." further aisuncei ' I p Inter-islan- '