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NORFOLK NEBRASKA FiUDAY JULY 2 1909.
EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS OF VIO
LENCE THERE AND AT REGGIO.
MORE SEVERE THAN OTHER
WALLS OF HOUSES NOT
PLETELY DEMOLISHED , FALL
PEOPLE FLEE IN PANIC
A Woman and a Child , Caught Under
Falling Walls , Are Crushed and Wo
man Later Dies Eight Shocks Dur
ing the Night Worst at 7:20 : a. m.
Mosslnn , Sicily , July 1. Earthquakes -
quakes , both hero and at Reggie , at
7:20 : o'clofik this morning created n
great panic among the people of these
two cities. .
Walls of houses not completely de
molished In the visitation of Decem
ber were shaken down and the Inhab
itants of the towns rushed from the
Btreets toward the open country.
A woman and a child caught under
the wreckage sustained serious Injury ,
the woman subsequently dying.
The earthquake shocks have become
more Intense recently. The shocks of
this morning were undulating and vertical
tical and accompanied by deep roarIng -
Ing sounds. The first one was fol
lowed by nn explosion like the roar of
cannons and lasted between 8 and 10
It Is said that this quake was of
greater severity than the fatal one of
the night of December 28. The wood
en houses and huts erected for the
accommodation of the people seemed
to be thrown from one side to another.
Cries filled the ajr as the people fled
into the road.
Detachments of police and carbi
neers v/ero dispatched for the protec ;
tlon of the wooden huts built with
American money , but which have not
yet been destroyed. The population
fled In the districts whore walls threat
ened to fall on them toward the Amer
ican huts with the Intention of taking
forcible possession of them.
Between 8 o'clock last night and
7:20 : o'clock this morning a total of
eight shocks were experienced.
TO OPEN RESERVATIONS
South Dakota Senators Find All In
Readiness for Them.
Washington , July 1. Senators Gam
ble and Crawford were at the Interior
department to see about the opening
to white settlement of the Cheyenne
and Standing Rock Indian reserva
tions , and found that It is expected
that all will be in readiness to Issue a
proclamation opening those lands dur
ing the latter part of August.
The commissioner engaged In ap
praising and classification of the In
dian lands has about completed Its
labors on both reservations , and re
ports are expected to reach the de
partment within the next few weeks.
On the receipt of these reports the
proclamation will be drafted and Is
sued before September 1. It Is now
believed that all will be in readiness
so that the actual registration of pros
pective settlers upon these reserva
tions may begin about the first week
The department now has under con
sideration the claims of the various
cities and towns desirous of being
named as registration points. Sen
ators Gamble and Crawford have each
received numerous letters from offi
cials of many towns all wishing to be
assigned as registration points. The
secretary of the Interior has" vacated
the order of withdrawn ! under the
reclamation act in connection with
the Belle Fourcho project In South
Dakota as far as the same relates to
197,760 acres of land In the Rapid
City and Belle Fourcho land districts
and restored the said lands to public
domain , where not otherwise with
drawn , reserved or appropriated.
These lands are subjected to settle
ment on and after September 28 , and
to entry filing on and after October
28 , settlement or occupation prior to
September 28 , 1909 , being expressly
BIRL PEACEMAKER SHOTi
Stepdaughter of Farmer Leaps Be
tween Couple and Is Wounded.
Fulton , 111. , July 1. When Wray
Gleason , a farmer living east of here ,
Is alleged to have threatened his wife
this morning in a quarrel and pointed
n revolver at her , Pearl McKee , his
stepdaughter , aged 17 years , leaped
between the couple. The girl was
shot in the face and doctors say she
may die. Gleason Is under arrest.
BUSSE HAS RESTLESS NIGHT
Chicago Mayor , After Operation , Re
ported Slightly Improved.
Chicago , July 1. Mayor Busse , who
underwent an operation for appendi
citis Tuesday evening , passed n rest
less night at the Mercy hospital , but
his physicians report a slight Improve
ment In his condition today.
TAFT BACHT CAPITAL
His Train a Half Hour Late , President
Returns From Yale.
Washington , July 1. President Tnft
returned from Now Haven at 10:22 : a.
ij. today , his train being moro than
'f an hour late.
'SLS REAL NYMPHS
Frisk About In River Unclothed , and
Neighbors Demand Women Police ,
Bololt , WIs. , July 1. A force of wo
men police Is projected by residents
of the southern part of the city , who
have been roused to n high pitch by
the reports that there are dozens of
girls about 1C years of age who are In
the habit of going In bathing In the
Rock river absolutely unclothed.
The girls have been bathing In this
manner for several weeks , but It was
not until recently that some young
men discovered their habit. The wo
men police are proposed to assure the
girls of privacy , and also to require
them to be a little moro clothed than
at present. Two women on duty at a
time Is the proposition to be presented
to the city council.
IS FINED FOR
MADISON MAN DISCHARGES RIFLE
IN CITY LIMITS.
THE RABBIT COST HIM $14.80
Fritz Kamrah Fired a 32-Callbre Rifle
Three Times Within the City Limits
of Madison and Paid Dearly for the
Madison , Nob. , July 1. Special to
The News : Fritz Kamrah was ar
raigned before Judge 'Berry , charged
\ylth having violated , the city's ordi
nances In discharging firearms with
out the permission of the mayor , and
was fined $10 and costs , In all $14.80.
Mr. Kamrah caught sight of a bush
rabbit and the temptation was too'
great for him to resist a trial shot
with his 32 rifle. He fired three shots
and got the rabbit , but paid well for
Judge Bates issued marriage license
to James William Kicer and Miss
Hazel Phllema Nlsonger , both of Til-
den , Neb.
BOCHE MANDATE ARRIVES
But Sheriff Has Received No Further
Word ncgarding Case.
Madison , Neb. , July 1. Special to
The News : W. H. Field , clerk of the
district court , received a mandate
from the supreme court which stated
that the sentence of the district court
had been affirmed in the Boche case.
Up to a late hour Sheriff Clements
had received no instructions from the
supreme court , further than a tele
gram commanding him to take Boche
Neligh Race Meet Plans.
Nellgh , Neb. , July 1. Special to The
News : A fair representation of the
business men of this city was presedt
at the city hall Tuesday evening In
response to a call for the purpose of
holding the annual carnival this year
In connection with the race meet and
baseball tournament. The , officers of
last year were re-elected , and are as
follows : President , M. B. Huffman ;
secretary , W. W. Cole ; treasurer , C.
L. Wattles. The chairman appointed
as an executive committee J. J. Mel-
Ick , J. W. Splrk and Win. Wolfe. The
finance committee Is H. B. Hauser , R.
S. Payne and B. J. Ryan.
The Neligh carnival this year will
eclipse all previous efforts. The free
attractions are going to be of a first-
class order and will bo entirely dif
ferent from former years. The base
ball games and races will be of the
best variety. Those present at the
meeting state that the entertainment
to bo given the Neligh visitors on
Wednesday , Thursday and Friday ,
August 18 , 19 and 20. will be far sur
passed In every respect heretofore
Miss Creal Recovering.
Neligh , Neb. , July 1. Special to
The News : Miss Lorena Creal of this
city was taken by Dr. A. F. Conery to
St. Joseph hospital at Omaha on Mon
day morning of this week , to be op
erated upon for appendicitis. The operation -
oration was performed the following
day , and was entirely successful.
Word was received last evening from
Dr. Allison to the effect that the pa
tient was getting along nicely and a
speedy recovery Is assured. Miss
Creal for the past year has been as
sistant principal of the high school
at Fort Calhoun , and to that position
was re-elected some time ago.
FIRST 2 RAGES
CRIMSON CREW TAKES FOUR.
OARED AND FRESHMAN EIGHT.
STARTS WITH TWO VICTORIES
Mammoth Crowds Gathered at New
London to Watch the Annual Battle
Between Crews of the Crimson and
the Sons of Ell.
New London , Conn. , July 1. Har
vard won the four-oared race from
Yale today by three and n half lengths ,
the olllclal time being : Harvard,13 :
14 ; Yale , 13:23. :
The frpshmnn eight-oared race also
wont to Harvard by about ten lengths.
Olllclnl time : Harvard , 11:32 : ; Yale ,
There was a mammoth crowd here
to see the race.
MAY KEEP BOOZE IN LOCKER
Supremem Court Decision In Alabama
Deals Blow to Prohibition.
Montgomery , Ala. , July 1. In n de
cision of the Alabama supreme court
the "locker system" of storing liquors
was upheld , delivering a blow to pro
hibition In Alabama. The court holds
that liquor when kept In lockers by
Individuals and Is not for sale , Is per
sonal property and , therefore , any mu
nicipal ordinance prohibiting such pos
session Is void.
STEAMER IS HID UP
Small English Boat In Clutches of Cus
tom Officers Suspicious.
New York , July 1. The British
steamer Ethelwold , a small steamer ,
was held up by the United States cus
tom officers on suspicion that the ves
sel was about to engage In a filibuster
ing expedition against the West In
dian republic or San Domingo.
Jose St. Pierre Giordan ! , former Do
minican consul general here , and Gen.
Juan Jlmlnez , former president of San
Domingo and a leader of previous rev
olutionary plots , are claimed to be
heading the proposed expedition.
NEBRASKA FARMER MUROEREO
Ontone Krupltska , Living Near Lodge
Pole , Victim of Crme. |
Lodge Pole , Neb. , July 1. Antone
Krupltska , living southwest of here ,
was mysteriously murdered In his bed.
There Is no clew as to who did the
"The Stanton Greys. "
Stanton , Neb. , July 1. Special to
The News : The Stantou baseball
club has been provided with a new
outfit of suits and has been renamed
the Stanton Greys. They will take a
trip to Valentine , Neb. , for the pur
pose of playing a series of four games
with the hired professionals of that
place in the near future.
New School for Stanton.
Stanton , , Neb. , July 1. Special to
The News : At the annual school
meeting of the Stanton high school
the board , by a vote of. the district ,
assembled , was instructed to secure
the services of an architect and pro
cure plans for the erection of a new
school building , to cost between $20-
000 and $25,000. There will also be a
special election called for the purpose
of voting school bonds.
Last night the business men of this
place met , adopted by-laws and formed
a commercial club. The following
were elected directors : F. A. Raabe ,
August Loebo , Ray Frost , Nathan
Chace , H. D. Miller , George Pugh , Al.
The directors met this morning and
elected the following officers , viz :
Nathan Chace , president ; August
Loebe , vice president ; W. H. Hyland ,
secretary and treasurer. It was de
cided to make a special effort to Im
prove all roads leading to Stanton
and the following committee was ap
pointed to inspect and report on all
roads and methods best adapted to
the improvement of the same , viz :
George Pugh , W. H. Hyland and H. D.
Thrown from Horse ; Neck Broken.
Chadron. Neb. , July 1. S. F. Wright ,
formerly principal ofythe Kansas City
schools , was killed hero by being
thrown from a horse. He was riding
after some cattle on his ranch when
the animal shied and threw htm into
a gate. His neck was broken by the
fall , and he died within a few hours.
Beerner , Neb. , July 1. Special to
The News : Miss Emma .Wlggers of
Beemer was married yesterday to
Frank McKnown of Wlnsldo , Neb.
Miss Wiggers is a truly Cumlng coun
ty girl , a teacher In the schools here
fop several years. Mr. McKnown Is
also a teacher in the state , having
been superintendent of several large
schools during the past few years.
The wedding took place at the home
of the bride at 4:30 : o'clock. At 5:30 :
a wedding dinner was served to fifty
Invited guests. A wedding reception
for 200 guests was held at 8:30. : Mr.
and Mrs. McKnown will make their
home at Wlnslde. The bride Is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlg
gers of this town.
CUMMINS MAKES LONG TALK
Iowa Junior Senator'Held Floor Till
4:30 : In Afternoon.
Washington , Juno 30. Income tax
was practically the only subject and
Senators Cummins ot Iowa and Borah
of Idaho the only speakers before the
senate. Mr. Borahyas not heard un
til towards the closd of the day's ses
sion when the Iowa senator yielded
the lloor , which he had held since
Tuesday. Ho took for his text the
declaration made by Senator Aldrlch
to the effect that ho would vote for
the corporation tax amendment only
as a means of defeating the Income
tax , and without resorting to person
alities ho criticized tlib position of the
chairman of the finance committee ,
who had presented the corporation tax
amendment to the senate. Mr. Cum
mins also paid his resi > eets to Mr. Aid-
rich on account of hla avowal of Tues
Mr. Cummins took ilio floor as soon
as ' a quorum could be obtained , soon
after ' 10 o'clock , and , with a brief In
termission for luncheon , an Innova
tion In the senate , ho. held It until 4:30 :
o'clock In the afternoon.Senator
Flint of California took Senator Aid-
rich's place In charge bf the tariff bill.
There was no llttlo curiosity as to
where Mr. Aldrlch had gone on his
brief vacation , hut the only Informa
tion on this point forthcoming was
that ho whs on the water. Taking ad
vantage of the absence of Mr. Aldrlch ,
the "Insurgents" took complete con
trol of the order of business and , de
spite earnest protests from members
of the finance committee , adjourned
more than an hour before the accus
GOES TO PIECES
EXPRESSMAN IDENTIFIES HIM AS
ACCOMPLICE OF LEON'S.
HELPED PACK BODY INTO TRUNK
Contrary to Chung Sin's Own Story , '
an Express Driver Declared Positive
ly That Chung Was With Leon
When Trunk Was Moved.
New York , July 1. The complacen
cy of Chung Sin , once the room-mate
of Leon Ling , who Isjyan ed for the
murder of Elsie SIgel , on June 9 , went
all to pieces when Arthur Logan , an
expressman ( , Identified him as one of
the men he saw on the top floor of
the house when he went for the trunk
containing the girl's body. Chung , on
the contrary , has sworn by all his an
cestors that he never saw the trunk
packed or moved.
"You are the man , " Logan said in
Chung Sin's presence , "who told mete
to take the trunk down stairs care
fully. There was another still fellow
with you In the room the same that
came over to the office half an hour
before to give me the order to call
for the trunk. "
"All mistake , " protested Chung ,
"never see you before. " The China
man's voice broke and he shook as if
In fear of his life. Logan was led
out still positive In his identification.
Martin Lurey , the chauffeur who
drove a Chinaman and a trunk from
the Harlem laundry to a chop suey
restaurant in Newark , on the morning
of June 10 , could not Identify Chung
Sin and still believes that it was Leon
be had in his taxlcab.
LOST IN STORM
FATE OF RESIDENTS OF TARPON
BEACH , TEXAS , UNKNOWN.
FISHING CRAFTS WASHED TO SEA
Wire Communication to the Island was
Lost and It Is Not Known What Fate
May Have Claimed the People Sum
Brownsville , Tex. , July 1. Tarpon
Beach , a summer resort on the lower
end of Parde Island three miles from
the mainland , in Isolated and inundated
with the fate of the Inhabitants un
known. A number of fishing crafts and'
a gasoline launch have been swept out
to sea or wrecked.
These are the meagre rdetails known
here of a storm of extraordinary sever
ity which raged off Point Isabel and
the adjacent coast.
The storm broke shortly after dawn
and continued unabated , throughout
the day. Immediately before loss of
communication with Tarpon Beach ,
where a number of persons have taken
quarters for the summer , the water
had reached a depth of seven feet and
Before other details could be receiv
ed the wire which was working was
WOMEN WEEP AND
PASS THE LiE
WASHINGTON SUFFRAGETTES GET
INTO VIOLENT SESSION.
CALL EACH OTHER "THIEVES"
"Scoundrels" and "Liars" are Part of
The Pet Names Used Policemen ,
Called to Riot , Find the Women All
Seattle , July 1. The state conven
tion of the Womnn'fi Suffrage associa
tion was marked by tconcs of confus
ion and almost violence.
A fraction numbering about fifty , led
by Mrs. Alary Arkwrlght Hutton of
Spokane , sought to oust the political
office : s headed by President Emma
Smith Dovoo , vlioso r.itpiiortors num
ber about 200.
The icpoit of the committee on cre
dentials dcclatcd the Spokane dele
gates not entitled to seats.
In the debate some delegates called
others "thieves , " "liars , " and "scoun
drels , " and there was hysterical weep
ing and screaming.
Being notified that thcro was a riot
at Plymouth church n squad of police
men enteied and found the convention
The report of the credentials com
mittee was adopted.
AERAOPLANE SUFFERS MISHAP
Wrights Again Fall to Fly Machine
Working Better , Though.
Washington , July 1. Insufficient
power again was responsible for the
misbehavior of the Wright aeroplane
nt Fort Meyer. The first flight at
tempted by Orville Wright resulted In
slight damage to the machine and end
ed the experiments for the day. Its
duration was about 30 seconds.
Mr. Wright said that the aeroplane
would bo ready for another trial today
and that more power will bo used.
The aeroplane glided down the
starting rail at 6:48 : o'clock and flew
at a height of about fifteen feet for
the length of the drill grounds. It was
evident that the machine was work
ing ' much better than the day before.
CARRIE NATION IN WRECK
Hired Special Train to Make Iowa
Date Engine Left Track.
Des Moines , July 1. After missing
the regular train for West Union ,
where she was to speak , and hiring a
special at Cedar Rapids , Carrie Na
tion's , journey suddenly ended In a
wreck near Independence , la. The
engine ' left the rails while going at n
fast ; rate , but Mrs. Nation , while shak
en up , did not sustain serious injuries.
Temporary Restraining Order Granted
Memphis , July 1. A temporary re
straining order was issued last night
In answer to the petition of the stock
holders-of the Tennessee Brewing
company which attacked the constitu
tionality of the sales and manufac
turers' act passed In conjunction with
the recent state-wide prohibition. The
restraining order will be in effect un
til July 8 , when arguments as to the
permanent Injunction will be heard.
While the stockholders of the local
company alone appear as plaintiffs to
the suit , the issue , it Is understood ,
will be made a test to the prohibition
Madison , Neb. , June 30. Special to
The News : The board of equalization
me at 1 p. m. , with all members pres
ent and County Attorney Nichols as
counsel for the board.
The northwest quarter , section 15 ,
town 21-1 west , land of Joseph Muck ,
was raised from ? 4,600 to $8,500 , ac
tual value. Pursuant to an arrange
ment with the board at Its last meet
ing , A. J. Llnderholm , manager of the
Crowell Lumber and Grain company
of Newman Grove , with home office
at Omaha , appeared to show cause
why the cbmpany's book accounts and
credits in the sum of $9,300 should not
be added to Its assessment. Mr. Lin-
derholm urged the allowance of debts
ns an offset against such book ac
counts , but the county attorney ad
vised the board that such could not
be done under the present revenue
law. Then Mr. Llnderholm requested
that the $9,300 book accounts bo
stricken from the assessment as an
Improper Item for assessment , but
this was also denied.
The assessment of the ; Farmers Ele
vator company nt Madison was also
heard. M. C. Garrett , the company's
secretary , appeared at the request of
the board and was examined as to sev
eral Items. The board and Mr. Garrett -
rett agreed that the Hem of Improve
ments on leased land should bo raised
from $3,000 to $4,250.
Torn DavJo , auditor for Nye-Schnol-
der-Fowler company , appeared before
the board in behalf of that company's
Interests at Newman Grove , with the
result that there was added to its as
sessment for book accounts and cred
its the sum of $4,860.
CONDITION OF THE WEATHER
Temperature for Twenty-tour , Houn.
Forecast for Nebraika ,
Condition of the weather us record
ed for the twonty-four tiours ending
ni 8 a. ui. today :
Chicago , July 1. The bulletin Is
sued by the Chicago station of the
United States weather bureau gives
the forecast for Nebraska as follows :
Generally fair tonight and Friday ;
no decided change In temperature.
Bun Bets 7:31 : , rises 4:20 : ; moon sets
8:30 : n. in : planet Mercury visible In
east before sunrise. Constellations vis
ible , 8:30 : p. m. , during July overhead.
Hercules , Corona , Borenlls , Bootes ;
north , Ursa Minor , Draco ; northeast ,
Cassiopeia , CcpheuH , Cygnus , Lyra ;
cast , Dflphlnus. Aqulla ; southeast , Sa-
Klttnrlus ; wiuth , Ophluchus , Sorpens ,
Scorpio , Libra ; southwest. Cent. , .run ,
Hydra ; west , Virgo , Leo ; north went ,
Cnnes Vcnatlcl , Leo Minor , Ursa Ma >
Jor. Lynx. Bright stars visible name
hour , with their rank Indicated over
head. Arotunw. 5 ; northeast. Doneb ,
20 ; Vega , 0 ; east , Altnlr , 13 ; south , An-
tares. 1(5 ( ; wont , Splca. 1C ; IteguhiH , 10.
Planets during July Mercury , visible
first few days , low In east before sun
rise : Venus and Jupiter bright In west
In early evening , steadily approaching
each other , Venus the brighter ; Mars
rises late In the evening ; Saturn rises
about midnight ; Uranus and Neptune
Invisible. Sun In constellation Gemini
till 10th , then Cancer. Delta Aquarld
meteors , 27th to 20th ; Perscld meteors ,
23d to 31st.
30,338 , PAY TO
SEE BALL GAME
WORLD'S RECORD FOR BALL GAME
ATTENDANCE , BROKEN.
MILLION DOLLAR FIELD OPENED
The New Million Dollar Baseball Diamond
mend , Owned by the Plttsburg Base
ball Club , was Dedicated With the
Biggest Attendance Ever.
Pittsburg , July 1. Forbes' Field ,
the new million-dollar home of the
Plttsburg baseball club , the largest
and finest amusement stadium in the
world , was dedicated yesterday.
A total of 30,338 paid admissions
passed through the turnstiles to wit
ness the game between Chicago and
the home team. This is a world's
record for paid admissions for a ball
JACK JOHNSON BOXES ROSS
World's Champion Easily has Better
of Pennsylvania Man.
Pittsburg , July 1. Jack Johnson , the
colored heavyweight champion of the
world , boxed Tony Ross of New Castle ,
Pa. , In a six-round bout given under
the auspices of the National Athletic
club at Du Quesne garden. While the
bout was declared a draw , on account
of state laws prohibiting the rendering
of a decision in boxing contests , It is
said Johnson easily had the better of
the bout from start to finish.
Bonfire at Madison.
Madison , Neb. , July 1. Special to
The News : About 7 o'clock last evenIng -
Ing , when the thermometer hovered
around 100 , the siren whistle , giving
the fire alarm , suddenly aroused the
community as nothing else can. In n
few moments fifty men had raced with
the hose and the hook and ladder
carts to the east side of the city , only
to find a bonfire of rubbish burning
In an alley. Some excitable person
had thoughtlessly turned in the alarm
Says Some Democratic Senators Have
Been Playing Horse.
Sioux Falls , S. D. , July 1. "W
should have an Income tax and a cor
poration 1 earnings tax enacted by con
gress this year , " said William. Jen
nings i Bryan , as ho stopped In Sioux
Falls 1 on his way to Madison and
"I see no reason why one should bo
used ns the alternative for the other.
In order to get them , we must obtain
amendments to the constitution. Not
that I believe that congress would be
unable to enact a constitutional law ,
but I do not think we should take any
chances. The Income measures should
Include the tax on Individual incomes
and the incomes or corporations. Our
last platform demanded an amend
ment to the constitution authorizing
an Income tax , and I take it that all
democrats will vote for It. But there
Is no reason why nn Income tax could
not bo Incorporated In the present
tariff bill. "
"Can you depend on your democrats
In the senate to vote right on the In
come tax ? " Mr. Bryan was asked.
"Well , " ho said , hesitatingly , "wo
have some senators down there who
have been playing horse , but I think
they will be given a bettor opportunity
to employ their horses at home the
next election. "
NEW BANK DEPOSIT GUARANTY
LAW TIED UP IN COURTS.
CAN NOT GO INTO EFFECT
BANKS WIN FIRST ROUND IN 8
CURING RESTRAINING ORDER.
FORGE OF NEW LAW HELD UP
Judges Vandevanter and Munger , In
Federal Court at Lincoln , Grant In
junction to Fifty-two Banks Restrain *
Ing New Guaranty Law.
Lincoln.Juno 30. In the federal
court today Judges Vandovantor and
Mungor granted an Injunction to re
strain th'o new state banking board
from putting the bank deposit guar
anty law Into effect.
The constitutionality of the statute
will be discussed In opinions to bo
filed later. -
The bank deposit guaranty act wag
passed by the late session of legisla
ture. It was to become effective July
Governor Shallonborgor named
Sam Patterson secretary of the bankIng -
Ing board and preparations were nmdo
for carrying out the provisions of the
law. . . - 4-lt.j . * . -
Fifty state and two private banks
applied to the federal court , alleging
that the act conllscatcd property with
out duo process of law. Attorneys ar
gued the case Monday and yesterday.
London , Juno 30. The 116 suffra
gettes arrested last night during a
raid on the house of commons In an
effort to put a petition to Premier As-
quith were arraigned In the Bow street
police court this morning , and after
lengthy arguments for and against
their rights to present a petition to
the premier , which wore raised by
Mrs. Parkhurst , the magistrate ad
journed all the cases until July 9 and
the women were released on their own
YESTEROAY'S ' BASEBALL SCORE
At Pueblo R. H. E.
Pueblo 14 17 2
Omaha : , 6 G 1
At Topeka R. H. E.
Topeko 6 12 0
Sioux City C 13 2
At Wichita R. H. E.
Wichita 5 11 3
Lincoln 7 13 i
At Denver R. H. E.
Denver 3 6 4
Des Moines 2 4 5
At Brooklyn R. H. E.
Brooklyn 7 15 1
Now York 2 6 3
At Broklyn R. H. E.
Brooklyn 0 4 0
New York 3 10 0
At St. Louis R. H. E.
St. Louis 2 8 0
Cincinnati 3 6 0
At Plttsburg R. H.E.
Plttsburg 2 5 1
Chicago 3 4 2
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Philadelphia 0 4 0
Boston 1 5 2
At "Boston R. H. E.
Boston 4 8 2
Philadelphia 8 100
Second Game R. H. E.
Boston 2 9 5
Philadelphia G 7 0
At Detroit R. H. E.
Detroit 1 4 2
Cleveland 7 n i
At Chicago R. H. E.
Chicago 3 9 2
St. Louis 4 8 0
At New York R. H. E.
New York 4 7 3
Washington 2 8 2
At St. Paul R. H. E.
St. Paul 4 12 2
Toledo i 5 o
At Milwaukee R. H. E.
Milwaukee 3 9 7
Louisville i i 2
At Kansas City R. H. E.
Kansas City 5 5 3
Indianapolis 3 2 4
At Minneapolis R. H. E.
Minneapolis G 10 1
Columbus 2 8 2
Standing of the Leagues.
Western League Sioux City , G07 ;
Wichita , 579 ; Denver , C3G ; Omaha ,
525 ; Topeka , 519 ; Des Moines , 483 ;
Pueblo , 397 ; Lincoln , 357.
American Association. Milwaukee ,
C49 ; Indianapolis , 534 ; Minneapolis ,
528 ; Columbus , 507 ; Louisville , 493 ;
Kansas City , 477 ; St. Paul , 477 ; Toledo -
ledo , 429.
American League Detroit , 672 ;
Philadelphia , 590 ; Boston , 656 ; Cloro-
land , 525 ; New York , 483 ; Chicago.
441 ; St. Louis , 371 ; Washington , 350.
National League Plttsburg , 746 ;
Chicago , 633 ; New York , 589 ; Cincin
nati , 525 ; Philadelphia , 468 ; St. Louis ,
407 ; Brooklyn , 356 ; Boston , 276.
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