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NINETY-SEVEN PERSONS ARE
STILL TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR.
THREE BODIES ARE RECOVERED
List of Survivors of Columbia-San
Pedro Collision New Includes 160
Names Out of Total of 257 Reported
Sun Francisco, July 24. Sixteen
panics were added to the Hat. of sur
vivors of the Columbia-Sun Pedro col
lision. These sixteen passengers were
in a boat which landed at Shelter
Cove. The boat also contained two
dend bodies, that of Mrs. Lewis of
Pasadena and an unknown sailor.
Tho list of survivors now includes
ICO names out of a reported total of
257 persons on board. Three dead
bodies have been recovered. Ninety
r.even persons aro unaccounted for.
Those added to tho list of survivors
were D. B. Krelvor of Prescott, la.;
Jncob Kuro, Coldwater, Kun.; Annnml
Cardoette, Now Bedford, Mass.; O. A.
Lewis, Pasadena; Edwin Wallln, San
Francisco; Mrs. Winkleblock Dunn,
Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Mrs. W. H. An sols,
Oakland; Kiss Blanche W. Musaer,
Salt Lake; Miss Ruby Cooiver, Fay.
otto, Mo.; Michael Redman, San Fran
cisco; B. "W. Graham, Portland, Ore.;
David Boston, llroman; Churles Mc
Coy, oiler; D. S. McAlpin, watchman;
Emll Mann, sailor; Paul Hinner, quar
termaster. Passengers Missing,
These cabin passengers aro miss
ing: Mrs. U. Anderson, Franklin
Aulf, W. J. Bachman, Miss Alma Bull
leen, Mrs. J. Benson, MIsb A. Bornal,
Mrs, Juno 13. Best, Gertrude Butler,
V. E. Butler, Mrs. W. E. Butler, Mrs.
1L B. Cannon, Miss Clara Curpenter.
J. W, Carpi-nter. L. Clasby. Mrs. L.
Claflby, Marion Clasby. Steven Clas
by, Miss A. B. Cornell, Mrs. A. F.
Cornell, L, L. Drake, Jr., J. C. Durham,
Mtb. K. Fugulde, Miss Mabel Gerter,
Mrs. Blanche R. Gordon, Mrs. A. Gray,
Mir. Hupp; 0. H. Harrington, Miss IC.
Jlayden, L. E. Hill, Miss Alma B. Kel
jbrMiEB EffioB. Keller., Miss. Grace
Keller, Mrs G. A. Keller, Florence
Lewis, J. K. Young, E. Llggitt, Ray
Lewis, Mrs. B. Lliipman, Lewis Mal
leus, Mrs-. Iwis Malkus, Julia Matek,
M. L. Maro, John B. McFndyn, Miss
Margaret McKoamey, Chew Moch,
Miss Louis G. Nake, Miss Nellie A.
Nuke, Miss Mary Parsons, J. E. Paul,
Mrs. J. E. Paul, Miss Fiances Scarce
der, Miss Cora Schull, Miss Sarah
Schull, G. A. Smith, Mrs. William
Soulos, George S. Parks, J. D. Spring
er, Miss Elsie May Stone, Miss A.
S. Todd, Miss B. Wallace, Miss Edna
Wallace, Mrs. S. Waller, William Wal
ler, Miss W. White, William Waller,
G. F. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Win
slow of Omuhu, Mrs. H. P. Winters,
Roland Winters, Miss H. Wright to
Steeifigc passengers massing:
Frank Giune, M. Mayo, C. F. Merrill,
John Mllller, J. Premlus, E. Silva,
Mrs. E. Silva, A. Spieler, B. Vants
Officers and crew missing: P. A.
Dornn, captain; W. F. Whitney, first
officer; C. C. Chrlstensen, quartermas
ter; H. C. Dupree, first assistant en
gineer; Mux Claus, second assistant
engineer; C. Peterson, seaman; W. T.
Anderson, water tender; Alexan
der, water tender; Ed Larkin, oiler;
J. Muddlson, oiler; A. Schneider,
baker; Frank D. Davis, second cook;
E. R. Drayer, pantryman; J. G. Alley,
waiter; R. J. Alloy, waiter; A. I
Story of a Survivor.
C. Murphy, a waiter, one of the stir-
Ivors of the Columbia who arrived
hero, said: "When the San Pedro
struck us, the shock awoke me right
away. Tho next moment the second
steward, Marks, called us to our fire
drill pnsts, and I ran to the deck on
the starboard side toward the stern,
where my post was. When I saw the
San Pedro I knew what was up. I
was pretty sure she was sinking, so I
ran into every cabin, shaking the, peo
ple in tho bunks and dragging out
their llfo preservers. I remember
putting llfo preservers on eight wom
en on that side. Everybody was cool,
but nobody knew what to do. They
btood around dazed and let me put the
Htrape over their shoulders, Just like
children, without asking any question
or trying to help themselves. I would
not let them stop to dress. The boat
lay on her rltiht8j.de until she sunk.
When ho wore all clinging to tho port
rail, hardly any of us with any clothes
on, the captain stood on the bridge
and looked down on us and said:
'Well, boys. I did all I could for you,
and I can do no more. She's a goner.
Battery Explodes and Kill's Soldier.
New London, Conn., July 24. Prl-
.vate Hammond, a regular artillery
man, was killed and two members of
company K, Third infantry, C. N. G.,
of Bridgeport, wereinjured In an ace!-
I deut at Foil Terry. It is understood
an explosion occurred at one of the
Bix-ineh batteries' during practice by
regulars and some of the Connecticut
I Council's Error Causes Flood.
Madrid, la., July 24. Because the
I ordinance providing for u new sower
system was found illegal, tho city has
closed the system, flooding the base-
I ments of residences and business
Nebraskan Is Saved.
Lincoln. July 24. Relatives have
received wortl that R. II. Ewart of this
city has landed at Eureka. His nnmo
did not appear in tho list of survivors.
lAILl f U UA ftU uHlTOilt
REMOVAL OF OLD. EMPEROR
FROM SEOUL IS NEXT STEP.
NEW PLADGE OF ABDICATION
people, nlso an acknowledgement of
the mlkndo's cougrutuluttoiiB to him
:i emperor do facto, which acknowl
edgement hud been resisted by tho
deposed ruler during the day.
The working membeis of the cabinet
who enjoy lto's protection and patron
i go are passing In and out of the pal
ace with n guard exclusively Japanese.
The work or tho cabinet will not be
finished until the ex-emperor Is exiled
lrom Seoul. This, the next step, IT
accomplished without the poisoning
of the deposed ruler or the consumma
tion of some similar tragedy, will be a
landmark In Korean history.
Viscount Ila.Mtshl, the foreign min
ister of Japan, whose presence In
Korea at this time supports Ito, in an
Interview In tho administration's pa
per, Is understood to suggest u coun
cil of state, with power to act lor the
diminution of Intorleronco by the
The censorship proclaimed over
Japanese press correspondence Is de
scribed an precautionary on account
of the bitterness displayed toward
Ito'ii conservative course In reshaping
tho destinies of Korea. Theaters,
nmusement places and tho markets
are now open for the first time in four
duys. Tim situation In tins capital Is
promising, especially lu consideration
of the fact that the stores of ammu
nition possessed by disaffected Korean
troops are extremely small. Marquis
lto expects valuable rolnforcomentH
of bluejackets from Japanese war
ships for emergency use.
FALLS CITY PLOODS SUBSIDE.
City Has Been Inaccessible by Team
for Nearly a Week.
Fnlls City, Neb.. July 22. The wat
ets of the Nemaha and Muddy rivers
are gradually subsiding and Falls City,
which has been practically an Island
for a week, will toon be open again
to the farmers surrounding. Tho re
cent floods along these two rivers
were the worst since 1SS3.
All crops along the bottoms aro
ruined. Many small bridges were
washed out and the larger ones dam
aged considerably, but the work of
leplncing and repairing is proceeding
EXPRESS CARRIERS BEATEN.
Efforts to Head Off Nebraska Law Re
ducing Rates Fall.
Omaha, July 22. Judge Munger in
tho United States district court de
clined to Issue, as prayed for by the
five express companies, an Injunction
restraining the state railway commis
sion and attorney general from tho
enforcement of the law passed by the
legislature reducing express rates In
Nebraska 2f per cent from the sched
ule of Jan. 1, 11)07.
Tho original suit was brought by
the state lu the Nebraska supreme
court to restrain tho express compa
nies from going Into couit to restrain
the operaf'in of the law, which the
attorney general contended went Into
iffect July f Tho case was remanded
to tho Lincoln division of tho federal
court, where It is now pending. The
court said tl'iero was no emergency
shown to exist by which tho express
companies weio entitled to an injunction.
Strikes at Harvester Trust.
Topekn. Wan., July 24. Attorney
General Jackson filed criminal pro
ceedings against the International
Harvester company, alleging eight dis
tinct violations of tho anti-trust law.
Tho punishment In each case is a fine
of from $100 to $1,000.
Shot His Wife for a Burglar.
Chicago, July 24. Mrs. Jennie Iau
beibauer was shot and Instantly killed
by her husband, Joseph, nt their homo
at 133fi West Twentieth street. Iau
berbauer, who was arrested, told the
police that ho mistook bis wife for a
Thousands Have Kidney
Trouble and Never Suspect it
How To Find Out.
Mil a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours'
(litiuii of the kid
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble ; too
to ass it or mill
in the back ij
also convincing proof that the kidney
and bladder are out of order.
Vtint To Do.
Thoie is comfort in the knowledge so
often cxptcsscd, that Dr. Kilmer
Swuinp-Koot, the gioat kidney remedy,
fulfill1 every wish in curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part of the uriuaiy passage.
It collects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in 'passing it, or bad
effects following uo of liquor, wine ot
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the dav, and to get up mans'
times during the night. The mild and
the etnur(finury effect of Swamp-Root
is soon realized." It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cases. If you need a medicine
you should have the best. Sold by drug
gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sues.
You may have a sample bottle and a
huik that tells all
about it, both scut free i
by mail. Address Dr.
Kilmer c: Co., mng
liamton, N. Y. When
writing mention this
make anv mistake, but remember the
name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address, llinghaiuluti, N. Y.
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in every style. Ca
tering to parties and
dances a specialty.
Fresh Bread, Pies,
Cakes, Candy and
The Bon Ton
W. I. BENSB. Proprietor.
When you nvo hungry and
waul somethig nice in the
meat lino, drop into my
market. Wo have the nicest
and meats, (isb, and game
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Cabinet Makes Report to Marquis Ito.
Amusement Places .and Markets
Opened for First Time in Four Days
and Situation Is promising.
Seoul, July 24. The. cabinet's report
to Manpils Ito of the former emperor's
new pledge of abdication, in form pos
itive and final, was! published and re
versed tho widespread Impression that
tho first Instance wjis not one of abdi
cation, but of "Imperial contortion."
Ito's subservient oubinet, In an all
night engagement with tho former em
peror, wrung from him the verbal ad
mission of the validity of bis easunl
nlirilcaMon and secured his slKliaturo
I in r riiLHuiiiciition Droeiiimution to the Residence 188.
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well us US, to buy your Building Ma
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that our pricos averaoe lower, or at
least us low, ns those of our competit
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