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VOL. XXXVI-NO. 2.
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"KNOCK" ON 'AMERICA
vvn from Boston Sari the Irish Workioc
'' f . i i n. TT
man oaouio. ciaj si uome.
ARE BETTER OFF ON THE GREEN ISLAND
I PONTIFF SHUNS MEDICINE
Gives Account of HI Goat and DU-
llkes t Teh Internal
ROME. June 80.-8peclal Cablegram to
The Bee.)-An Italian prolate gives t
following account of tha pope's own state
ment to him respecting hla health:
1 b-an to feel the flrat symptoms of
Poorest Laborer Thara Ratter Bitnated rmit about fourteen months ago. One
Than Beit Laborer Hera.
evening I felt generally Indisposed and had
rain In two toea of the left foot. I w
I not pay much attention to It. but neat day
CATTLE RAISERS AFTlR NEW MARKETS the whole foot waa affected and I w.
obliged to give up wanting, rever -lowed
an1 T waa forced to keen nv .V
Hope to T'aka Trade Which May Be Lost by My doctor told me that it waa a
tack or gout. Hie treatment -
teed In checking It. On the U h
knee waa affected. The gout V . rapid
progress and I became very anxious, aa the
WISH CUSTOM 5Li UP AS EXAMPLE
NEXT 'WAR IN ASIA
Former United Btates Army OfBoer Makes
8aoh a Prediction at Tokio.
JAPAN AND CHINA ARE TO CO-OPERATE
Former Will Bold Latter in Check Until
, All it Beady.
.rFERENCES WILL MAKE TROUBLE
-t and Weit Hot Compatible and Bad
Feelinc Grows. '
TOKIO DISLIKES ONt RECENT REPORT
prospect of being unable to move la any
thing but pleasant. Theae attacka have re
turned aeveral tlmea alnce, and almost ai
waya at the most Inopportune moment,
when I most needed my strength. Happily
the further attacka have not gone beyond
the knee, for If they had rlaeh any
The Italian prelata auggeeted that the
Done ahould trv aome of the remedies ror i Tha R i Runnm that that inn marines
la The Be.)-Dr. T. J. llmmins ol Boston, t mnd prt,,.,,,., rtaln German plllc who are now suardlna- the American lega
ono of the leading Irleh-Amerlcana, la via- wnlcn na1 a reat reputatlon. Plua X re- ton ln p-kina- havin nearly finished their
King hla native place, Newtown Outler, pitej; "Caro mlo, doctora and medlclnea term of enlistment, having aerved about
Fermanagh. In a recent Interview Dr. wnich are aald to be Infallible have been two yeara ln China and one year In the
Tlmmlns aald that the league had made rec0mmended to me on all aldea. I am Philippines, will be replaced by 200 fresh
great progress in America alnce Mr. Dev- I always grateful to thoae who are Inspired marines If the Chinese government can. be
iln's visit and it waa now firmly estao- by auch good lntentlona, and also to tne induced to Dermlt. are not meeting with
Promoter Saya that There Woald Be
Less Disease If Ordlnunecs of
Moses Were Observed la
DUBLIN, June So. 8peclal Cablegram
tatesaeat that Americas Legation
Guard at Peking; la to Bo
Doable Does Not Pleas
TOKIO, June SO. (Special Cablegram to
liHhed, htf might aay, ln every atate In tna
union. Practically Ita head waa In Boston,
where almoat the whole city might be
regarded aa a branch of the league. They
' had the national secretary and the national
treasurer Mr. John O'Callaghan and Mr.
Tnoniue B. Fltspatrlck, the latter one of
tha leading merchants, not of Boston alone.
but of America. John O'Callaghan, he
aald, la one of the beat posted men on the
Irish queetlon In America,
The convention will take place In Phila
delphia, and probably In October. "We ex
pect Mr. John Redmond over to join Mr.
Devlin at It." aald Dr. Tlmmlne. "Mr.
Devlin's program la to return from Aus-
' tralla through America.
. Discourage Emigration.
'You ak how da the Irish get on ln
America. That touchea the queation of
emigration. Personally, X nave aqne every
thing I' could to discourager "migration.
doctor. But, after all, what can you ex
pect? Frictions are all very well, but aa
to the swallowing of drugs, that la a differ
ent matter. I arrange the bottles and pill
boxes before me, and, after looking at
them, I aay to myself. 'These are the things
which I ought to take.' But the Idea of
taking them producea auch an effect upon
m that I feel aa If I had been cured. Bot-
tlea and boxea follow each other Into the
favor here. The excuse that It waa
originally meant to station 200 American
marines ln Peking, but that the United
States has heretofore not been in a post
tlon to spare ao large a force from other
duty does not deceive the Japanese and
probably does not deceive the Chinese
alnce tha orientals In fact, all natlona ac
customed to dealing with the Russian gov
ernment are accuustomed tcr the hidden
cupboard, which now contalna a collection meanlngs in connection with this kind of
of the medicine of all countries." diDlomarv
A former Tn1tA fitat-a nrm v nfneer who
LABOR CANDIDATE FEARED has been spending a great deal of time
ln China and Japan. In tha Interest of a
British Conservatives Do Not Desire
a General Eleotloa at
LONDON. June JO. (Special Cablegram to
The Bee.) The duke of Devonshire, ad-
dreaslng the Unionist Free Trade club yes-
Many of our people aucceeded In making terday, announced hls-bellef that the vlewa
a living there a few or tnem rise to held by a majority of the supporters or
something higher but I must aay candidly the government on colonial questions, on
that most of them fall, and then, their Uvea the education question, the Incidence of
are of extreme misery. Mr. John Red- taxation and a great variety of social ques
mond in his speech some time ago dealt tlons, would before very long produce first
with this Question, and I agree with every friction and dissensions among the mn-
European firm supplying arms and am
munition to the Japanese and the Chinese
Is authority for the atatement that the
world's next great war will take place In
the orient. He bases his estimates on the
immense number of guns being ordered for
thla part of the world
"Yellow Peril" a Fact.
'There Is no use of disguising the fact
that there Is grave danger from the yel
low peril," he said. "The Japanese, who
possess mlnda more subtle than any other
nation ln the world, will not allow the
outbreak to come until China and Japan
AFRICAN MONARCH VA FT.ArXE
King; Bleowath af Camt.o tc Arrive
with Hla Wive
PARIS, Juna 80. (Special f'M Vr.m to
The Bee.) King Blsowath of .O .-- "lie. his
twenty wives, his Bister, nn-1 i ilr-rlne
sacred girl dancers, who J"t arrived
at Marseilles on board the r imr Admiral
Lersalnt. la the talk of ail Fiance, Ills
wlvee and eacred dancers axe in charge
of four eunucha and four w.-nn guardians
of the harem, all eight of nhnrn are quit
aa hideous aa fancy pons ! 'y can paint
them, but, though their fvor!e perfum
la castor-oil, the ladle are ct.nrm'.ng. ex
cept Prlncea Sampredl, arlin alie la King's
eldest sister, and he la tin a Katisha of
thirty-eight, which la old V r a Cnmbodlaa
lady. Like Katlsha, he has a raving son
of humor and a shocking terrrer. She la
very like the king, but haa hlark, lacquered
teeth, and la one mass of 'i from bead
to foot, ' 1 "
Blsowath haa left toft rf t: wives at
home. Thla alater I aui! "ri'y for the
atatement that Inasmuch as . they all
wanted to com no and o uiuUi haa
One of the king's present favorltlea can
hardly move for bracelets, anki fs. chains,
rings, all of pur gold, and are etudded
All through conversation!?, aervsnta came
up and, crouching, offer d ?! Im,ea or
gold spittoons. i
AH the plates and cup uh4 ' fb ladles
are of gold. It can eaHy l- un.i.rstood
why King Blsowath Is .ocr -as: urn i',y short
of ready cash, as none of '-'i v trstand
what money means.
The chanta and dance whl ii illustrate
the sacred history of Cart b-v are - very
The king has not yet rea!l?.r,i thst there
are any countries ln the world which are
not owned by either England or France.
Each ship which was slKhtc! cn ' the
voyage brought the inquiry: "France or
England?" and when the l;-i': .n coast
came In view his majesty eiiod "What
land la thatf
"Italy," he waa told.' "Pooa It belong
to Franca or England?" was tha next
question. "It Is an ally Of Germany," waa
the reply. But neither the Mrs; nor his
Interpreter had ever heard of Germany.
INDIAN CHIEF ON -PILCHIMAGE
Rajah of Nan para Travels t a
to Holy Placo ti
haa said. BubatantlaJly ha laid It down
that tha poorest laborer ln Ireland was
better oft than the , beat laborer in Amer
. V Irlah After Meat Trad.
Mr Ellis Lever, who originated the Royal
Jubilee exhlbitlop of 1887 ln the city of Man
cheater, and la now on a tour ln Ireland.
wore) that the chairman of tha Irlah party Jorlty itself, and aubsequently reaction of are thoroughly armed and equipped. The
publto opinion. At the eame time he felt Japanese expect to lurnisn tne Drains ror
that thla tendency would be retarded by ,tne next ngnt, but they expect to make
the adoption of a constructive policy of the Chinese do most of the drudgery,
fiscal reform, but he felt confidence that a "The orientals do not understand the oc-
general election must occur ln the not far cldentala and the people of the far east do
distant future. One of hla admirers, re- not understand the people of tha wes'crn
plying, called attention to a remarkable world. This la all there la to It. And
political situation. aooner or later these misunderstandings
Tha eonaervatlvea fear another e-eneral must blossom out Into actual warfare. No
haa lust made the admirable and timely (,ition . WOUld not outvote the mln- diplomacy can avert It, tor the DODUlar ores-
suggestion that Irish cattle raisers, dealers u tny cwlii because tt Is admitted sure on the orfental governments will be
and uutcners snouia wag up to to grar.a on an Mem tna) anoth,r gneral election ao great that no oriental government can
opportunity afforded them of capturing for woi4 result n several hundred labor can- withstand It. Tha government of Japin
th, benefit of Ireland th liv and dead dldatM beina- elected to Parliament, and itself could not have prevented the recent
monl- trade which Chicago and other xhw new labor members would be a war. with Ruaela. The people -mere bound
Amarlcan clllea have enjoyed for more than rCater source of danger, to conaervatVsm, to have tha war, and. although they wor
a quarter of a century. Mr. Lever sees no evan if u,a conservatives should triumph, ship the emperor, still he could not stop
Fears Japanese Soldiers. -
"On the part of the Americans there la a
complete misunderstanding aa to the ability
of the Japs. I have seen them fight ln
China and ln Russia, and I tell you frankly
that, while I would not be afraid to pit an
American regiment against the WTng'a own
on neutral groupd or against the crack regi
ments of France and Germany, I should be
afraid of the Japanese. I believe they are
as good. If not better, soldiers than the
Americans, man to man, though I suppose
few Americans few white men can be
found willing to believe It. But If there aro
better soldiers than the Americans the Japs
are thoae soldiers.
"On the Japanese side the people do not
understand what the white races can really
LONG WORTH IN INSURANCE
reason why every large town In Ireland than tha present liberal government.
should not have lta public slaughter houses,
with official Inspection of th living and
slaughtered animals. If tha same preoau
tkns in regard to cleanliness, sanitation
and freedom from disease In aimals before
and after being slaughtered were taken, as
are observed by the Jewa, there would be
fewer cases of blood poisoning, eancer, oon
sumption, tumor, etc, than now, unfortun
ately, prevalle. "
Nvr Boat to England
A new route from England to Ireland via
Fishguard la to be opened ln August No
one who visits Fishguard bay can fall to
be struck with the magnitude of the achiev
ement which has been accomplished. At a
spot where the sea only a few yeara ago
Paria Hears Interesting; Story
Fatar Coam of Soa-ln-Law
PARIS, Jan 80. (Special Cablegram to
Th Bee.) Word haa reached here that
Congressman Nicholas Longworth, hus
band of tha daughter of President Roose.
velt. has been picked aa president of one
of th city life Insurance companies -
which on Is not known, but tt Is believed
to be th New Tork Life, and that he
doea not contemplate standing for s re-
Urtlnn In th flnrlnnjitl Airict thla fftl!
i a t- - i .g - t.l1taa 1 4 1
WSSliea Bgainsi mo nun ui i""-, tt fc- th., .inr hla arrival In
abrutly to an elevation of 830 feet, there Europe he has been .constantly atudylng do when It comes to massing armies and
haa been created an entirely new port, on, fe jn,urano conditions and making In- navies. For Instance, they figure It out this
an area or tweniy-eeven acre oi lano. wiia aulrle, regarding life Inauranc In general way: China has 400.Gn0.000 of people; Japan
a prcteni wiatn in pane r w ""' and government life Insurance ln particular, has 40,000.000 people. The United States has
His Inquiries are taken to Indicate that he I 8fl.000.000 people. Japan can whip the I'nltrd
possesses more than a passing Interest. States five times as easy as It whipped
At first It was thought that hla life ln- China. Japan whipped the 12,000.000 people
suranoe Investigations were at the request I of Russia and RussIa was the big police
of . a committee of Mutual policy holders. I man of Asia. The I'ntted States has only
since he Is a member or auch a committee I two-thirds of the population of Russia;
at the request of- 60.000 policy holders In therefore, Japan could whip the United
Ohio, but It la now known that tho In- States far easier than It whipped Russia.
tereat which he takes Is not merely I The educated people know something of the
academic or personal, but he Is going Into skyscrapers the big machines fighting and
the matter with a thoroughneas which otherwise In America but the rank and file
puaslea life Inauranc people on thla aide do not understand It; will not try to under-
the sea wall.
The action of the Great Weetern Railway
company 'In regard to these costly works
hss been crltlcleed on th ground that ther
la not likely to be any substantial Increae
In their Irish business aa would yield an
'tulequate return on ao heavy an outlay.
But the Great Western Railway company
is aiming at something more than ilia
further Idea that Fishguard harbor should
eventually . aerve the same purpose as a
"port of call," or otherwise la-St. George'a
channel that Plymouth does In the English
channel. They hold that linera from Can
ada, the United States. South America.
Australia and eastern ports, bound for
Liverpool or Glasgow, would find It to their
advantage to call at Fishguard. Just as
those for Ixndon or continents! ports may
row call St Plymouth. Travelers by the
new route to Ireland will be able to leave
Paddington after breakfast and reach the
lakra of KlUarney the aame night.
JERUSALEM. June 80. (SnecWl. Cable
gram to The Bee.) Jaffa and Jerusalem
have been greatly excited by the ecoeptric
pilgrimage to th "Sacred Rork""; at the
Mosque of Omar here of an In.ilan chief,
Mohammed Sldlck Khan Bahadur, rajah of
Nanpara, with hla four wives and a large
retinue. The prince and his following ar
rived at Jaffa harbo ln the Coromnndel
an old P. & O. boat, which Is chartered
for three months for Iioo.ooo. " :
They landed at 8:80 a. m., when every on
was still asleep, and Immediately made
their way to the station undr a covered
canvaa passage. All the 1 train, shutters
were lowered and na official was allowed
within sight. From; the tsun'.oa waiting
room to the carriage ttvre wns also aj
covered ruaaga. . Pniiiui1 wvt-ow u.
board the train as it steamed out of Jaffa.
At Jerusalem the aame secrecy was ob
served, the- carrlagea even ln which the
prince and his wives drove up to the
mosque being covered over with white can
vas. No place waa visited but the Mosque
of Omar and the MoaqUvl-Aksa, th prince
praying for a long time at the "Eacred
Rock" of the Prophet.
The prince, who la dark, with a long
black mustache, wore a red coat and went
about bareheaded and barefooted, with his
hand constantly on the butt of a revolver
at his waist, as though he. anticipated an
attack from some hidden foe.
The prince and his harem returned to
Jaffa after a two hours' stay at the mosque.
His retinue came up yesterday to perform
' It is believed that the rajah is immensely
wealthy. He gave $1,000 tj the police, tOOO
to the aheikha and paid 8100 for hla special
train, when he might have paid only 8100.
The British consul at Jaffa aent the con
sular escort with him to Jerusalem, and
the Turkish government aent down an es
cort of police and cavalry. But these were
little needed, as no one knew of his arrival.
VICTORY FOR DUMA
Grand Dnka Eayi Emperor Has Definitely
Deoided to Retire Cabinet.
CZAR BOWS TO WILL OF PARLIAMENT
Attempt of Reactionary Party to Force a
CONFERENCES OVER A NEW MINISTRY
Nicholas in SeoTet Consultation with Con-
' ititutional Democrat.
ARMY A BIG FACTOR IM SITUATION
Recarrlaa- Disaffection Convinces Bis
Majesty of Folly of Farther
Trying Temper (
BT. PETERSBURG, June 80,-Th down
fall of th Oeremykln ministry, whose at
tempts to bridg the chasm between the
government and Parliament hav resulted
only In widening the breach, now la virtu
ally an accomplished fact. If the atatement
of a grand duke can be accepted.
According to this personage th final des
perate effort of the faction, headed by
Minister of Agriculture Btlchlnaky, which
wishes to disperse Parliament and again
resort to repression, haa failed. Th re
curring disaffection among the troop prob
ably convinced his majesty of the folly
of trying further to temper th feeling
of the country.
At any rate, according to the grand duke,
the c"clslon ' has been taken to bow to
Parliament, dismiss the ministry and to
make no attempt to impose a forced recess.
The frank surrender of power Into the
handa of the constitutional democrats,
which would mean nothing lese than the
Inauguration of a true constitutional mon
archy, would And the leaders of that party
ready to undertake the fight against the
rising trend of the revolutionists, but It Is
too much to expect the emperor and the
court to make such abject capitulation.
Caar Negotiates with Leaders.
In spite of denials, negotiationa between
the constitutional democratic leadera and
Emperor Nicholas have been secretly ln
progress for several days. But there la no
reason to believe they have eventuated any
thing definite towards superseding th
Goremykin cabinet with a mixed ministry
of constitutional democrats and October
ists elected from the council of the empire
with Finance Minister Kokovsoff as pre
mier. Such a cabinet. If It could be formed.
might temporarily tide over the present
crisis, but the divergent elements prob
ably would be Incapable of working In har
mony and thus. It would only postpone
THE BEE BULLETIN.
Foreeaat for Nebraska Fair SanAay,
Kxrent Showers In Boatheaat Por
tion. Monday Fair.
NRWS SUCTION Klaht Page.
I Irishmen AdrUed to Stay at Rome.
Flanrlnar Oat Next War In Aaln.
Cabal Aaralnat Rnsalaa Premier.
Wladan of the Seaalon of Congreaa
St Klnkald Pleads for Settler.
What Congreaa Spent Money For.
II New from All Part of Nebrnskn.
4 Wind, Rnln, 1. latitats Do Damage.
Affalra at Sooth Omaha.
5 Some Instructions to Voters.
I'p to the Illinois Central Road.
6 Sporting; Rventa of th Day.
T Some Press Opinions of Roaewater.
Mr. Thaw Aids la th Defenae.
EDITORIAL SECTION Eight Page.
8 N Honor Fonnd Among Thieve,
a Social Kveat of the Week,
5 Hupeninai la Omaha Snbnrb.
6 Out leek la Good for Horse Show.
Tersely Told Tnlee of th Railway.
T Conaell Blnffa and Iowa New.
S Falrbaaka-Moree Compear to Boy.
WANT ADD SECTION Eight Page.
X Timely Real Eatate Topic.
San Fraaclaco Rebuilding Slowly.
Irrigation on a Large Scale.
Troat Fishing In the Mala I.akra.
Hitchcock Is Angry at Dahlmaa.
a Want Ads.
4 Waat Ad.
8 Wa'nt Ad.
Flnaaclal and Commercial.
T Flnaaclal and Commercial.
8 Bid for New t'nlon Paelflo Shops.
HALF-TONE SECTION Eight Page.
1 Methodist f hareh la Rome.
England' Policy la India,
a Trolley Ride Around Omaha.
8 Goaalp of Playe and Plnyera.
Mnelo and Mnaical Mattera.
4 What to Take on a Vacation.
Omaha Convention of B. Y. P. 17.
8 Some of Nntnre'a Bennty Spots.
Alaska's Material Development.
6 Woman i Her Ways and Her World
T Weekly Griat of Sporting Goaalp.
COLOR SECTION Fonr Pago.
1 l-ncl Remns nnd HI Rabbit Story.
a Some Prank of tho College Boy.
American Girl at Pari Salon.
4 Sambo and Foarth of Jnly Nolaes,
Temperature at Omaha Yeaterdayl
Honr. Dear. Honr. Dear
5 n. m or 1 p. m etS
6 a. m...... OT a p. m eta
7 a. m J) 3 p. m 87
8 a, n 73 4 p. m pui
ft a. m 76 5 p. na...... rUI
10 a. m f"8 6 p. m 85
11 a. m 82 T P. m 84
U sa 84
POETS ARE PUT ON THE RACK
Professor of Literature at Glaagow
' Buys They Shoold Not
Rna at Largo.
GLASGOW. June SO. (Special Cablegram
to The Bee.) "The poet at larg ln th
community Is worse than a Hon in the
street," aald Prof. Macnelle Plxon, profes
sor of English language and literature at
Olaagow unlveraity. In the course of a lec
ture delivered a the Royal Institution.
"Ho disregards convention and overleap
custom; he deride respectability; he de
spises the law.
"Milton appears to hsv had g leaning
toward polygamy. Burns. Byron and Shel
ley were reckless of social order.
"For theae things society Is not yet pre
pared : perhapa tt may never be prepared,
and It la therefore, perhaps. Justified in
declining to accept the poet as a law giver.'1
of th water.
SEARCH OF SUNKEN SHIPS
Italian Firm Will Go After Treaaurea
Claimed by Government of
??iZXr?"w DEVICE F0R live .FISH
MILAN. June SU. (Special Cablegram to
Tba Bee.) A contract haa been concluded
between the Greek government and a Leg
horn Divers' association famed for their
blned English, French and Russian fleets
during the famoua battle of October, 1&27.
The Turktth ahlps were believed to b car.
rylng a great deal of money. The contract
also Includes a search for the Roman gal.
leya aunk between Cerlgo and Candla while
conveying art' treaaurea carried off from
Greece during the Latin conquests.
. The exact apot where these galleys lie
la already known, a Oreek diver, having
lately prougnt up irom tnoee waters a
beautiful Greek vaae, which that govern
ment purchased for 400.000 drachmas. The
stand it. War Is coming snd It Is coming
more quickly than moat peop'e imagine."
The JIJ1 Shlmpo, in a Peking telegram.
states that the British and American mer
chants at Shanghai and Tientsin contem
plate taking united action against the Jap
anese military administration tn Manchuria.
While Japan ostentatiously publishes (he
atatement that Dalny la a free. port. It Is
not yet open, and when It !s opened It will
only be free as far as goods consigned to
the Llaotung peninsula are concerned.
DEPUTIES' SALARIES ATTACHED
Novel Condition of Nearly Two Hit.
dred Member of th Hun.
' garlaa ParUameat.
BUDAPEST, Jun 80. (Special Cablegram
I Th Be ) One hundred and seventy-two
deputies in th new Hungarian Parliament
have hd their pay attached by creditora.
4 In thirteen cases this was for debta In-
eurred during the elections. In twenty ease
for gambling debta. twenty-six deputies had
left their wive or children witnout mean
d hav to piy alimony out of their pay.
nil money aue n p-uniui mno w
I ground of th attachment la sixty-two
German Firm Wonld Make Hauling of
Sea Food by Rail
BERLIN, June 80. (Special Cablegram to
The Bee.) Meaara. Siemens and Halake are
constructing railway cars for the convey
ance of live fish out of water. German
chemical experte have discovered that flah
remain alive In the air so long aa their
gills are damp and have Invented compart-
TREASURE ISLAND OF EGYPT
Supply of Topasea ia Red
Island Seem to Be L?x
ALEXANDRIA, June 80. (Special Cable
gram to The Bee.) The Khedlve'a Island of
Topasea In the Red sea would deserve the
name of Treasure island, for lta aupply of
precloua stonea seems almost inexhaustible.
The mining party, consisting of about
twenty-five miners and aeveral engineers,
who work the mines throughout the winter
In summer the heat is too terrific have
Just returned to Egypt on the conclusion
of the season's work. They are laden with
five cases of stones, mostly topasea of the
purest water. It Is related that the
Khedive two years ago discovered the clue
to a theft of palace Jewels by noticing
topas of peculiar brilliancy in the ahop
window of a Jeweler in the Rue de la Palx
In Paris. He would scarcely ever fall to
recognize a atone mined ln his Island. The
Jeweler waa naturally Innocent of fraud
himself, but his recollection of the vender
set the police on the track of the thlevea.
Rumor says that the Khedive, who derives
considerable wealth from hla Island concea
slons. Intends forming It into a mining con
cession, to be exploited by a limited com.
pany, in return for extensive royalties.
mnta (n which the fish are sunnily wuu
Leghorn divers will leave for Navarinq at OI.,n gnd molrfture. Experlmenta have
ahown that fish can be kept alive ln this
LEOPOLD CLAIMS CONGO STATE
King of Belgian Say Atrocities Are
laseparabl ' from All
manner for three or four days.
At preeent the transport of live fish is
effected by means of heavy tanks, S3 per
cent of the weight of the load being taken
up by the reservoir, and the flah themselvea
constituting only 7 per cent.
BRUSSELS. June 80. (Special Cablegram
to The Bee.) King Leopold sets forth his
personal rlaima to the Congo Free Stat
In two letter Just published In the "Offi
cial Bulletin." Hla majesty then comments
on th atrocltea which have taken place.
which he says are Inseparable from all
human work. Administration must protect I other mutiny has broken out among the
the natives, but cannot forget the rlghta Turkish army reaervea aerving in Yemen
of th white. province. Sixteen battalion demanded that
Th state must be developed by railway they b repatriated, and the eommander-In-and
other means, and for thla purpose chief, Marshal Felal Pasha, ordered the
MILITARY MUTINY IN TURKEY
Army Reaervea la Yemen Province
Object to Staying Away
HODEIDA, Turkish Arabia, June 80. An-
bonda will b placed aa neceaslty arise.
"Bleeping alckne must be stamped out,'
write bis majesty, "and for th investiga
tion necessary I will sign a credit for
1(00,004. A prise of M00. 609 also awaits
ib man who aucceeds in doing thla.'
fort to open fir on the mutineer, who
surrendered sfter a few hundred of them
had been killed.
Th rebel Arab force are advancing on
Amranz and an Important engagement la
reported to hav been fought, both sides
POLICE PROTECTED BRYAN
Only Espionage t cd Was that Glvea
Every Prominent Visitor
ST. PETERSBURG. June 80. (Special Ca
blegram to The Bee.) The report aent out
by persons In Berlin Interested in discred
iting all things Russian that William Jen
nings Bryan waa watched during his re
cent visit to Russia; also that the csar was
Importuned to prevent him from coming
to study the Duma, while not officially dig.
nlfled with a denial, ia nevertheleas pro
nounced absurd ln high quarters. Mr.
Bryan may have beer, under police sur
veillance to prevent anything happening to
him. Just aa any distinguished traveler
might be closely and carefully watched
by the authorities, but the Idea that there
was ever the slightest Intent to Interfere
with Mr. Bryan, his travels or his studies.
Is simply ridiculous. The caar knows Mr.
Bryan by reason of hla former visits and
greatly admires the man, and so far from
threatening to interfere with him has con
fidence that he will not misrepresent Russia
in th ay of th world.
and not solve the great Issue.
The difficulty of forming a new cabinet
la likely to delay the announcement of
Premier Goremykln's retirement several
days. Neither the press nor lb public
IS aware of th decision at Peterhof.
. . Earlier View of Situation,
The ut.part'ioBt -ejection l,-.how
long th present deadlock between
Parliament and the government can
continue. Premier Goremykin is no
longer a factor in the Bltuatlon, but
some lof bis colleagues, headed by
Minister of Agriculture Stlchlnsky, realis
ing that unlesa the government fights, tha
cabinet must fall, are earnestly advising
th emperor to tak the bull by th horn
and dissolve Parliament. They have sub
mitted a memorandum to the emperor, ad
vising him to take this course on the
ground that Parliament baa ceased to be
legislative body and Is simply the center
of revolutionary agitation, and urging that
immediate action la necessary. They con
tended that the army aa a whole can atlll
be relied upon. Finance Minister Kokov
sofr and Minister of Justice ChicheglovHoff,
on the other hand, consider that an at
tempt to forcibly lssolve Parliament would
be fatal. The former, who la ambitious to
become premier, seems to be championing
the formation of a mixed, responsible min
istry. In the hope that the emperor will
charge him to undertake Its formation, i
In the meantime It Is announced that the
cruise which the emperor and his family
will take ln Finnish waters will be made
at the end of next week.'' The imperial
yacht will be escorted by two warships.
Democrat Con-dent of Victory.
The constitutional democrate appear con
fident that victory ln their fight for a re
sponsible ministry Is not far off, and with
the prospects of acceding to power becom
ing brighter the breach between them and
the radicals ln Parliament la getting
broader. The latter, It Is shown during
yesterday's debate, have thrown off the
mask snd. desire to make Parliament the
central revolutionary committee for the
country and have It assist ln the convoca
tion of a constituent assembly, while the
constitutional democrats would be satisfied
with a constitutional monarchy, which they
believe to be assured If they get the reins
In their hands.
The members of ths deputation from the
group of toll sent Into the country districts
to test the temper of the peasanta have re
turned here and report that the latter are
everywhere anxloua for the signal to rise.
The delegatea counseled patience until Au
gust. The estate ln Orel province of Prmc
Svlatopolk-Mlrsky, th former minister of
the Interior, waa burned by peasanta last
night, Cossack hav been dispatched to
MM. Annlken snd Alladln, the peasant
leaders in Parliament, have reoelved a
warning from the "League for the Salva
tion of Russia" of Odessa that they hav
been sentenced to death.
A sergeant of the Onega regiment which
haa Just returned from the Baltic provinces.
where it participated ln the suppression of
th revolutionary disorders, waa killed "yes
terday In front of bis company at Krana-
noe-Selo camp. The company was pre
sumed to fire a round of blank cartridges,
but the sergeant fell dead with a bullet
through hla body. There is no doubt that
he waa killed by design. V,
lulled States' Resolution Presented
ST. PETERSBURG, June 30. The reso
lutions of the United Btatea congreaa with
regard to the anti-Jewish excesses
Blalystok were presented to Foreign Min
ister Iswolsky today by Ambassador Meyer
and subsequently referred to M. 8tolypln,
minister of the Interior, ln whose depart
ment the matter properly belongs. Assur
ances were given Mr. Meyer that all neces
sary steps had been taken to prevent
repetition of the excesses at Blalystok and
elsewhere. Sir Arthur Nlcolson, the Brit
lsh ambassador, who also made Inquiries
on the subject, was given similar assur
DR. SWOBODA IS STILL SINGLE
Bride' Failure to Arrlv Prevent
Donblo Wedding; E. A. Elmlger
and Emma Heeslsg Married.
. DENVER, Colo.. Jun SO. (Special Tele-gram.)--3.
A. Elmlger, Burlington ticket
agent, knd Dr. Loul Swoboda, county
physician of Douglas county, have had so
much filoubl her that their plans for a
double wedding were spoiled.
Miss Emma Roesing of Omaha cam her
last Sunday to marry Elmlger. Bhe waa
followed Wedneaday by Elmlger, hla
brother and Dr. Swoboda.
The doctor's fiance waa to come from
Ban Francisco and go to the altar with
him here. . She , failed to arrive, h waa
called back to Omaha and Elmlger's fail
ure to bring a dispensation from Bishop
Soannell delayed hla wedding until Blahop
Mats helped him out.
The Burlington's depot agent her has
promised to rush Swoboda's fiancee to
Omaha as soon as she arrives.
CROW REGISTRATION COMPLETE
Sixteen Thonsaad Nine Hundred and
Forty-Six Names on Three
BILLINGS, Mont., June SO. Returns of
the registration for the Crow Indian landa
at Sheridan, Wyo., and Miles City, Mont.,
have been reoelved and added to the list
in this city showa the completed registra
tion to be 16.SW.
. Preliminaries for the drawing, which be.
gins Monday, are being completed. As fast
aa the names are drawn from the box they
will be numbered and typewritten lists
will be made, which will be posted at once
for public Inspection. Not to exceed 2,000
names will be drawn per day on July 2, 8
The drawing will continue until all the
envelopes hsve been disposed of.
WASHINGTON. June 80. William J
Bryan leaves Bergen tonight for London.
BRIDGE AGENT IS CONVICTED
Harry Hammond Fonnd Guilty of Vio
lating Ohio Anti-Trust Act
by Lima Jury,
LIMA, O.. June aJX-The Jury In the first
Bridge trust indictment case tried here
today returned a verdict of guilty against
Harry Hammond, an agent of the Canton
Bridge company, thla evening. Hammond
waa Indicted for alleged violation of the
Valentine anti-trust act, the penalty for
which la flrie and Imprisonment.
Movements of Ocean Veaaela J - n ai
At New York A rrii.H a .i.
v.TJT s . 1 1" Boumampion;
Vaderland. for Antwerp; Graf Waldersee
v,r.,H1mbifr'; "'"""haha, for London
E ruria. for Liverpool; Caledonia, for
Glasgow! Sofia Hohenberg, for Naplee;
If- O0,"'' '"p Havre; Calabria, for Na
plee; Sicilian Prince. lor Naulea
At NaDles 8allri r-uti .11 t 1
V.w v, "' ". i"r
At Antwern RlliH - ... vr
Tork. ' .... ...
At Queenstnwn Rn,t. r-i,i t
York. Arrived: Lamnanla. from N.
York. ' "
At Liverpool-Arrived: Cymric, from Bos
ton; ueorglc from New York. Sailed:
I mbrta. for New York.
At Glaagow Arrived: Mongolian, from
At Ponta del Gada Sailed: Brooklyn,
for New York.
At Southampton Sailed: St. Paul, for
At Hamburg Arrived: Patricia,
At Plymouth Arrived: New York,
At London Balled: Pomeranian,
At Dover 8alled: Zeeland, for
At Genoa Arrived: Prinsee Irene,
At Havre Sailed: La Touralne. for New
York. Arrived: La Bavote, for New
At Boaton Balled: Canoplc, for Naples.
Arrived: Arabic, from Liverpool; Cam
brian, from London.
At Boulogne Arrived: Potadam, from
At Copenhagen Bailed: United States,
for New York.
' At Rotterdam Balled: Ryndam, for New
SESSION AT AN END
Both Eontes of Conereu Adjonrn Saturdtj
flight t Ten O'clock,
PUBLIC BUILDING BILL IS PASSED
Half Million Dollars Appropriated for
Cnitoma House in vet Koine.
DAY SPENT IN WAITING FOR REPORTS
Unnj Eadioal Laws Passed Durinc ths
Last Eiz Months,
BRIEF RESUME OF IMPORTANT WORK DONE
Largest Approprlatloas for Fubll
Work Mad by Aay Other Cea.
gresslonal Seaaloa la
Day of Peace.
WASHINGTON, June 80. Promptly at
10 o'clock tonight Vice President Fair
banks in the senate and Speaker Cannon
In the house declared the final adjourn
ment of the first session of th Fifty
For the first tlm congress adjourned
on the day which closed th fiscal year.
Other sessions had adjourned before and
some after June 80, but the Fifty-ninth
congress ended ita first session on th
day when the government strikes its bal
ancea and closes its books. There were
some Interesting features to mark the e
which came when there waa leaa than
quorum In either house. Many senator
and representatives, believing that the ad
journment would come early ln the day,
made arrangementa to leave ln the after
noon and did not remain for the closing
scenes. An error In the enrollment of th
sundry civil appropriation bill cauaed
quit a flurry about the capltol. It was
found by Becretary Root after-It had been
signed by the president, an appropriation
of 18,000,000 for a site for a building ln
Washington, a provision which had been
eliminated by congress, appearing ln tha
copy. After some perplexity the error waa
corrected by a Joint resolution.
President Roosevelt came to the capltol
about 10 o'clock ln anticipation of an early
adjournment, and when he found that
there would be a delay to secure the en
rollment of the bills which had to ba
passed, he took luncheon In the capltol
ana ln the afternoon visited the con
Speaker Cannon rigidly carried out his
Intention of keeping back the adjournment
resolution until the bills wer ail paased
and algned and the hour for th end was
not known until a ahort time before tha
gavels fell with the announcement by Vice
President Falrbanka ln the senate and th
apeaker ln tha house that tha first session
of the Fifty-ninth- congress stood ad
journed without day.
Both senate and house met early, but h
long receSa was necessary ln th after
noon to enable the enrolling clerks to catch
up to the bills that had been paased.
Th closing in the aenat was formal
and without Interest.
In the house wer th usual hilarious per
formances, amusing speeches and song dur
ing tha long waits, and th members mad
the best of the hottest day of th season.
No business of importance, aalde from
completing th pending legislation, was
transacted ln either house during the day.
Tha' work accomplished by the session
is. told by Speaker Cannon to the Asso
ciated Press. He said:
In my Judgment the work don and tha
legislation enacted in the aesslon closed
exceeds in Importance for the best Inter
ests of the people the work of any session
during my thirty years of public life.
have not time to make a complete re
view of all the legislation. Sufficient to
say that the legislation covering the ap
propriations and the authorising of publlo
expendlturea has been most carefully con
sidered and wisely enacted. The lt;glnla
tlon commonly referred to as the rate
legislation, the pure food bill, the Inspec
tion feature of the agricultural bill, all
are measurea that afTect the Interests of
all the people, and, while nothing perfect
can be enacted, I am satisfied that the
operation of these lawa will demonstrate
And I believe. If nothing else had been
accomplished than the enactment of those
three measures, they alone would be suf
ficient to make the first session of the
Fifty-ninth congress memorable ln the his
tory of the republic.
Public Building Bill Passed.
Senator Bcott reported a complete agree
ment on the omnibus publlo building bill to
day soon after the senate convened. Ha
aald the senate conferees had been com
pelled to yield the senate provision for a
83.000,000 building ln Washington for ths
departments of state, Justice and commerce
and labor. Mr. Scott expressed his mortifi
cation over the fact. For himself h aaid
he would have the national capltol th
admiration and wonder of the world and
he would have every available foot of
ground secured with this end ln view.
The house adopted the conference report
on the public buildings bill.
Among the disputed amendments settled
by an all night conference appropriations
were made as follows: For Cedar Rapids,
Ia., 820O.0UO; Des Moines, Ia., 8000,000; Mos
cow, Idaho, 1100,000; Denver. Colo.. $600,000.
Senator Scott presented the conference re
port on the public buildings In the aenat
and tt waa agreed to, which passed Ui
Klght Session of Senate.
When the senate reconvened at 7:15
o'clock tonight, after one of the many re
cesses of the day, Senator Hale called at
tention to the chain of circumstances tha
had held the senate all day and part of
the night and offered resolutions, directing
the committee on rules to investigate th
enrolling force of the senate and the com
mittee on printing to make Inquiry aa to
delay at the government printing office.
Both resolutions were adopted.
Mr. Hale aald fWt the senate had waited
all day and that the president of the United
Btatea, with his cabiuet, had been ln con
stant attendance, remaining longer than
he had ever known a president to stay.
He had, he added, been greatly disturbed
over the retention In the sundry civil bill
of the Item appropriating 83,000,000 for the
site of executive buildings tn face of th
fact that both houses hud voted it out
He expressed apprehension that If the ml
take had not been discovered the newt
papers would have been suspicious of hln
self. Senator Scott, and the secretary
state, all of homhd advocated th
propriatlon. Mr. Hale said that possl
the new administration ln the printing of
la too much concerned with Its own vi
and had not sufficiently taken Into acco
the urgent demands of congress. He h
he said, been informed that errors'".-.'
At Belfast Sailed;
Mississippi, for New
found ln each new copy of thfr
inn tilll that had he a rec'
Senator Cullum menti
the publlo printer aa an
conditions In his office.
Benator Warren aaJ'f
fault could b tracery
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