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MAY 27, 1910
One hundred men were killed by
an explosionjof dynamite at Havana,
More troops in Ecuador are being
rushed to the frontier.
.The wage question onrall the Van
derbiK lines has been se'ttled.
A general strike of clerks on the
Norfolk and Western railway was
ordered by the railway clerks' union.
gess, and will give his whole time to
fighting prohibition and 'temperance
falsely so called, and advocating the
true temperance, which means mod
eration and self control.' The resig
nation is to take effect on Septem
were a reflection on the honesty and
integrity of the president and the
majority of republicans in both
houses of congress," declared the
vice president. "Let mo say to you
that your president does not try to
deceive the people When he makes
statements or presents figures you
may be sure they are official."
Clara Morris, the famous actress
of a generation ago, is said to be
threatened with blindness at her
home in Yonkers.
Reports from Nanking, the capital
of the province of Kiang Su, tell of
serious evidences of unrest among
The first survivors of the recent
earthquake in Costa Rica, in which
more than 1,500 lives were Jost in
. the destruction of Cartago, arrived
at New York.
Former Governor Frank W. Rol
lins of New Hampshire with his wife
and son were arrested by a customs
officers oii' the charge' of conspiracy
to smuggle gbods into the country
without paying tariff.
Dr. B. -Clarke Hyde was found
guilty at Kansas City, Mo., of mur
dering by poison the late Colonel
Thomas H. Swope. He was sen
tenced to life imprisonment.
Three packages of money contain
ing $32,000 were stolen from an
Adams Express company messenger
at tho Pennsylvania depot, Oil City,
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The New York senate by a vote
of, 2 6 to 20 adopted' the Davenport
resolution placing New York state on
record as favoring the income tax
The supreme court of the United
States refused a rehearing of the
"elevator case" of the state of Ne
braska against the Missouri Pacific
Railroad company. The court re
cently held that the grain elevator
law of that state as originally enact
ed was unconstitutional because in
requiring the railroads of the state
to build switches to elevators along
their rights of way, it took private
property without compensation.
The socialists in session at Chicago
adopted a resolution opposing tho ex
clusion of any emigration but favor
ing legislation designed to prevent
tho importation of strike" breakers
and contract laborers.
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Former Congressman M. W. How
ard was nominated in Alabama by
the republicans to oppose Represent
ative J. L. Burnett.
.The United States has suggested
to Mexico that the boundary question
involved in the celebrated Chamizal
zone case be submitted to some well
known jurist of a mutually friendly
power for arbitration.
fA rscore of men were killed by an
explosion of a "battery of seven boil
ers at the plant' of the American
Sheet and Tinplate company of
The city of Denver went wet by a
majority of 15,000.
An Associated Press dispalch from
Montgomery, Ala., says: "The state
democratic convention, which was
called to order at noon today by
Chairman W. Nesbitt, of the -state
committee, declared for local option,
a liberal attitude toward capital, the
repeal of any of the drastic prohibi
tion laws of the present legislature
that invade the rights of trial by jury
and more effectivo and protective
mining laws. Of the prohibition pol
icy, Emmett O'Neal, nominee for gov
ernor, in his speech of acceptance,
said: 'If the policy of statewide pro
hibition is to be maintained, we must
purge from the statutes those pro
visions which invade constitutional
guarantees and violate well estab
lished legal rights.'"
The famous trained monkey known
as "Charles, the First," and familiar
on the vaudeville stage was smoth
ered to death In a baggage car near
James W. Van Cleave,, former
president of the National Associa
tion of Manufacturers,- and the par
ticular foe of organized labor, died
at St; Louis.
Thirty-six negro prisoners in the
Alabama state prison were burned
to death in a fire which destroyed
The New York World says; "The
Rev. Dr. William A.- Wasson, rector
of Grace Protestant Episcopal church,
Riverhead, L. I., has resigned his
pastorate in a letter to Bishop Bur-
The constitutionality of the federal
"hours of service law for railroad
employes" will not be passed upon
by the supreme court of the United
States until the October term. The
court set for reargument the case
involving that question, brought by
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
company against the interstate com
7 The 'Nebraska1 Banker's Associa
tion in session at Hastings adopted
resolutions denouncing postal savings
Speaking at Kalamazoo, Mich.,
Vice President Sherman defended
the Taft administration. He re
viewed the work accomplished since
Mr. Taft assumed office and de
clared that at no time since the civil
war had the country been as pros
perous as it is now. He bitterly as
sailed the two Iowa insurgent sena
tors for their utterances at Des
Moines recently. "Their speeches
A mass convention attended by
5,000 democrats met at Nashville
May 18 for the purpose of putting
up an independent state ticket. The
following ticket was selected: Su
preme court, W. D. Beard of Mem
phis. M. E. Neill of Trenton, J. K.
Shields of Chattanooga, Carthage and
Grafton Green of Nashville. Court
of appeals, S. F. Wilson of Nashville,
J. C. Higgins of Shelbyville, J. M.
Taylor of Lexington, F. P. Hall of
Dresden and H. Y. HugheS of Taza
well. An Associated Presd dispatch
says: "The democratic primary of
June 4 will also nominate judicial
tickets and that means two in the
field. Republican leaders 'have de
clared they would not put out a
ticket. The movement is in opposi
tion to the course of the democratic
state committee in calling a1 general
primary for June 4, the judiciary can
didates being Included, and the reso
lutions adopted 'repudiate the so
called state democratic executive
committee as undemocratic, arbi
trary, tyrannical and guilty of gross
usurpation of power, not entitled to
the support of any democratic voter
in Tennessee.' The convention was
distinctly inimical to Governor Pat
terson and he was vigorously assailed
and criticised, by the speakers."
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The supreme court set the tobacco
and Standard Oil caseB for rehearing
November 14. Attorney General
Wickersham asked the court. to set
the cases for October 31. The op
posing counsel asked that November
14 be named as the date.
By a vote of 37 to 28f the senate
refused to strike out the court of
commerce provision of the railroad
bill. Eight republicans, Beveridge,
Borah, Bristow, Clapp, Crawford,
Cummins, Dolliver and LaFollette,
voted with the democrats to do away
with the court feature.
that he will not permit any armed
conflict within the city. These no
tices were sent after General Irlas
had given notice of his intention to
bombard the city should General Es
trada not surrender in the mean
time. General Estrada, it is learned,
has refused to comply with the de
mand for surrender.
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Word has been received at Wash
ington that Commander Gilmer of
the United States gunboat Paducah
has served notice on General Irias,
who Is in command of the Venus,
that he will not permit a bombard
ment of the city of Bluefields, Nica
ragua, and he has also jiotified Gen
eral Estrada and President Madrlz
The house declined to give the
necessary two-thirds vote in favor of
a' change in the date of the inaugu
ration of the president and vice presi
dent from March 4 to the last Thurs
day in April.
The United States supreme court
took a recess until May 31. After
announcing opinions on that date the
court will adjourn until October.
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