NEWS SUMMARY. It Is now generally admitted tnit U. 8. Ornnt Is n rasdulnte for the vlr presidency. Tho striking miners at Huii1!k,.i Colo., arc still out, nnd the end of the strike Is not In sluht. Tho new Washington Hate law r.. quiring barber shi ps In cli.se nil ihn Sundny Is to be tested In the court As the result of the mllnpat- of a tirl.lKP nt Kail Clnlre. Wis., six perm na were serloualy Injured and thlrtv slightly Inlnred. Five men were killed by nn . to ... lon which complete'- wrecked nun . Vo. 3 of the ltntim Cm! ft Coke coin-puny coin-puny ni lllosshurg. N. M. It Is roimriod from Afpnig 11ml ten persona were burned In a fire that do In led ihe rrenter inrt of the i Ilia, of Moeiuh. Kln-hon. lower Aictrlu Kdward Hoeckle, nueil 12 years, wim shot nnd Killed by his older brother Krnnk In Han Kiniicla. o. the necldei t being caused by a friendly sciillle over a toy rllle. Father John Crntiatndl of St. Peters, burg, snys Hint the Jews, not Chrln-Hons, Chrln-Hons, are to blnme for the KIshlnetT nir. ."in re. and thai tho Christians suffered suf-fered worse. Chaunrey Dewey. Clyde Wilson and W. J. Mcllrlde, charged with tho murder mur-der of the lleny fnmlly In Kansas, linvo been bound over to the dlslrlct court without bull. The Venezuela government has pn.d to Cermony f'ln.niio due Ibis month, as stipulated In tho protocol. In pnrtlnl liquidation of the Cermnn elnlms against Vcucur In. Arthur Cll.ha, aged 18, and Annie Tloardon, IS yenrs old, wero drowned near the McCuiislund opera house In East St. 1-onls by fulling from a raft on which thoy were playing. Whllo trying to arrest a mysterious mnn In thn fashlonnlde llrs belle park residence section of New rtoehello, N. V., Policeman O'Hcrn was shot and killed. The murderer escaped. Tho crops In the vnlley between lone and lleppner. Ore., were destroyed de-stroyed by tho recent flood. This, with the dnmnge to thn rnllway, will bring thn total property loss to $1,000,000. Mnjor James G. Pond, tho well known manner of lectures and singers, sing-ers, la dead at hla home In Jersey City, ns the result of an operation on Juno 17, In which his right leg waa amputated. ampu-tated. Opinion at Ilogota la changing; favorably favor-ably regarding tho ratification of the- Hso'-llerrnn canal treaty. Tho an- P nounrement and namea of the presiding presid-ing ofdeora of congresg aro anxiously awaited. Tho court of appeals at Frankfort, Ky., hns declined to grant a hearing of the cases of Claude O'llrlen ami Earl Whitney . tho Merpphla hoyg convicted con-victed of tho murder of A. Tl. Chlnn at Lexington. Tho nngugement la announced .f Mlaa l:lls Clnilt of l.oa Angeles, sister ol t.'nlled Slates Kenator W. A. CWr of Montana, and Kev. J. M. Newnli. pastor of tho Ilelile.ila Presbyterian church of I ,os Angeles. Mllltla pompnnles from Independence, Waterloo and Muruiiokota have arrived ar-rived at Dubuque, Iowa, and aro now-guarding now-guarding the properly of Ihe street car company. Operation of cnia will ho resumed under m I lit In guard. An Investlgnlim will bo mode of the money order bureau and the' dead letter let-ter ofllro. Ilolh of tho bureaus bnudln considerable money, aud the Investigation Investi-gation Is to make sure of precaution. Them are no specific charges. The emigration figures for May. 1903, show that morn than twice ns many portions emigrated from Den mark to America aa during Ihe rnmo period laat year,, and tho "American fevur" shows no signs of abating. E. T. Tetch of Jefferaon, O.. and M C. Krurtip of New York left San Francisco Fran-cisco last, week In a twelve horac power single cylinder gasoline motor car of American make, with the Intention In-tention of travollng through to New. York. In a flg'.it between three striking linemen and a non-union man In In dlanopolls, Ind., A. C. Havens, a strlk er, wag shot In tho shoulder. George II. Dean, tho non-union man, waa arrested. ar-rested. He saya ho waa attacked by tho strikers. Made desperate by the repealed refusals re-fusals of Olive Foster, a concert hull singer, to marry him.' Kdard Teets. 2t years old, shot and probably filially wounded Iho girl aa aha sat In the crowded bslcony of a music hall In Coney Island. John Kdelsteln of Jersey City dreamed that burglars had entered his tome. Ho sprang out of bed and struck hla hend on a projection. Tim shock caused a clot of blood to sell In on hla brain, resulting In meniiiglta, which caused death. A stroke of lightning that killed Martin Condon, superintendent of the Penn mines, at I.csilrlllo, was almost tho cause of an accident that would rsve killed four of his miners, tha shock canning tho engineer to loao control of the eugluu fur a moment.