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the Equitable Life Assurance Society
Juno y. Thomas F. Ryan and asso
ciates of New York obtained control,
Hyde resigned as vice president, and
Alexander resigned as president. Paul
Morton, now secretary of tho navy,
was made chairman of tho board of
directors, and ho will be the society's
executive head. Grover Cleveland has
been invited to become a director.
This is all referred to as a "compro
mise" between the Hyde and Alexan
der forces. But tho Alexander nien
aro plainly disappointed and it is be
lieved by many that Hyde had much
to do with the important change.
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The Norway Storthing has formally
dissolved tho union of Norway and
Sweden and has proclaimed that King
Oscar is no longer king of Norway.
The reins of government havo been
placed in the hands of the council of
state. The council is proceeding with
the reorganization of the government,
a new flag has been adopted and the
prayer-book of the Norwegian church
has been modified in accordance with
the change in the political situation,
the prayers for the royal family being
consul bill resulted in tho open break.
Tho Norwegian Council of State,
which is to servo tho Norway provi
sional government, Is composed o the
following: M. Michelsen, premier and
minister of justice; Dean Knudsen,
ministry for worship and instruction;
M. Arctahder, ministry for foreign af
fairs, commerco, navigation and in
dustry; M. Vinjc, ministry of agri
culture; M. Lohmkuhl, ministry of
public works; M. Gumar Knudsen,
minister of nuance and customs; Gen.
Olsenn, ministry of defense; delega
tion to the council at Stockholm, M.
Lovland, minister of stale; M. Hager
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The Norway Storthing adopted an
address declaring that no ill-feeling
was entertained toward King Oscar
or his dynasty. The king was asked
to co-operate in the selection of a
young prince of the house of Berna
dotte to occupy the throne of Norway,
Prince Carl being the one favored by
a great many Norwegians. King Os
car declined to consider the offer and
representatives of Norway approached
the Danish royal family to ascertain
if an offer of the throne would be
received by a member of it prefer
ably Prince Charles, son of Crown
Prince Frederick. It is claimed by
some that the majority of tho Nor
wegians are opposed to giving the
throne to a prince of the house of
Bernadotte and that if King Oscar
should adhere to his refusal and if
tho Danish royal family should like
wise refuse, the strong Norwegian
sentiment .toward a republic would
make itself manifest.
In Sweden ovations in honor of
King Oscar continue, and there is a
strong sentiment opposed to recog
nizing the action of the Storthing as
being definite. Doctor Nansen is
very popular with tho republican ele
ment of Norway, and some believe
that he may ultimately become head
of a Norwegian republic. In an inter
view with a London newspaper cor
respondent, Dr. Nansen says that Nor
wegians are without bitterness to
ward the kind or Sweden, and that
the Swedish people will doubtless un
derstand that Norway's withdrawal
from the union was the best solution
of the pending problems.
The immediate cause of the breach
between the united kingdoms of Swe
den and Norway was the veto by King
Osdar of a bill passed by the Norway
Storthing creating an independent
consular system for that country. That
veto was given May 28th. Norway de
manded separate consuls, but Sweden
insisted that the relations between the
two countries be amended before the
separate consuls were granted. In his
interview Doctor Nansen says: "The
crown was compelled to veto the con
sular bill or else would have lost
Sweden, and this fact is well under
stood and appreciated by the Nor
wegians." A series of negotiations
London dispatches suggest that had
Russia not been involved in a war in
tho far east it is doubtful whether
Norway would have 'undertaken to
sever its connection with Sweden.
Loudon newspapers say that Norway's
action is very serious, and dispatches
say that "British sympathies appear
to be strongly on the side of Sweden
and King Oscar, more especially as
an English princess is about to marry
a prince who is In direct line of suc
cession to the Swedish throne."
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from tho book entitled "Politics In
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Secretary Hay has sailed from Liv
erpool on his return home from a suc
cessful voyage in search of health.
Beriah Wilkins, editor and proprie
tor of tho Washington Post, and for
merly a member of congress from
Ohio, died of heart failure at tho na
tional capital June 7. Mr. Wilkins
was 59 years of age.
The Northern Indiana Baptist As
sociation met at South Bend Juno 7,
A resolution was introduced endors
ing John D. Rockefeller and defend
ing him against criticism of his busi
ness methods. After a stormy de
bate the resolution was withdrawn.
This resolution was introduced by Rev.
A. N. Wheeler of Elkhart, and was
as follows: "Resolved, That we ex
press ourselves against the present
tendency to criticise the great Baptist
brotherhood in the person of one of its
most active members, and this in the
face of the fact that there is no evi
dence to prove that Mr. Rockefeller
is or ever has been either directly or
indirectly connected with conduct that
is out of line with the highest mor
ality." A South Bend correspondent
for tho Chicago Record-Herald, says:
"Before Mr. Wheeler had taken his
seat six clergymen were demanding
the floor. The minister who was most
hostile was Rev. C. R. Parker of La
porte. He ended a heated argument
with a suggestion that 'the rotten
thing' be dealt with in a most vigorous
way. While the other five clergymen
were attempting to voice their pro
tests at the same time the resolution
For years it has been alleged that
the voters' list in Philadelphia has
been padded. Mayor Weaver has or
dered a thorough investigation of
Philadelphia's entire list of voters.
A dispatch to the Chicago Record
Herald, under date of Boston, Juno 7,
says: "President Roosevelt has in
formed Governor Douglas that he
wishes no official reception on
visiting this state to attend the Har
vard commencement, as he will come
as a private citizen. In this Tvay an
embarrassing situation will be avoid
ed as should the president visit Mass-
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