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King Humbert Falls
By Assassin's Bullet
Epidemic of Anarchy in Europe-Unsuccessful
Attempt on Life of Shah of Persia
-Noble King of Italy Almost
Instantly Killed Result of
MONZA, July 29. King Humbert
v.-p.n nliut nncl nlmcut Instantly kllloil
Hi 10' 15 tonlKlit by nn nnnrchlst who
Knvr the iinmo of AtiKdo IIipmI. llo
tile J nt 11:30. The nin.tuMn bolilly
proflnlmeil lilmneK nil iinnrchlat from
Tiifccany ntul cynically nvoweil nli
iillllt of the crime.
Three uliots were flreit nt Hiimluit.
One plercecl his body near the heart
nnl the King felt back mortally
King Humbert hnd been nttettdlny: it
tyrnnaMlc competition. A great crowd
was present and cheered lustily an M.
maietty distributed prizes to the win
nyrt;. The Klni; left the bullilliiK Ju.U
after rewarding the winners and was
cheered wildly as he entered his car
rlnce with his nld dc camp. He was
hardly seated when three lcvolver shots
were fired In quick succession. Two
of the sliots missed, but at the third hh
majtsty fell back with a bullet through
The assassin made no attempt to es
cape and was Immediately nrrested.
The cfllccrs had great difficulty In sav
ing him from tlio fury of the populace. (
uiessi iook nrniiera very cootiy auer
his arrest. He refused to Involve an
ot his brethren In the crlmo.
ItO.Mi:, July 30, 3 n. m. The news
of the terrible event did not nnlve
here until nfter midnight. Signor o.
gnraico, the VJtemler, Immedlaltely
ummoned nttncctlng of the Calilnct,
and the Ministers will start nt the car
' llest possible moment for Monzn. The
Prince and Princess of Naples nre on
beard the tela, yachting in the I.evan.
The city presents n normal aspect
this morning, the news of the murder
not yet being gcnernlly known. Signer
Saracco, the Premier, will leave to.
Mcnza at 7 o'clock this morning, with
the Vice President' of the Senate, to
drnw tip n certificate of the death of
the King, whose body will be brought
to Home. The council of Ministers Is
MONZA, July 30. Kcw details of ihe
murder of the King are available. No
special precautions had been taken.
Very few police were In attendance and
only a small guard of soldiers w.ts
keeping the way clear for the carriage.
The royal carriage covered the dis
tance between the gymnnstlc socl'ty
clubhouse, where the crime was com
mitted, and the royal villa at full speed,
requiting but three minutes. The King
expired on the way, nnil although plan
ed en a bed was dead when the doc
WIiti Queen Mnrgherltn arrived nt
the villa It was still hoped that the
King would survive, nnd when the
truth was broken to her a heart-rending
scene ensued. Ilurstlng Into tenca,
s'.e exclaimed: "It Is the greatest
crlmo of the century, Humbert ws
gocd nnd faithful. No person could
have loved his people more. He was
one who lioro Ill-will to none."
When the Queen's mother nrrlved
there was another affecting scene.
Attempt to Murder
Shah of Persia
PAIHS, Aui. 2. Muznrfer-Kd-Dln,
Shah of I'ersln, who lias been n visitor
to tho Exposition since .Satm day ns the
guest of France, narrowly escaped nn
aftasln'a bullet nt 'J:l" o'clock tlilj
mLinlng, It had been arranged for him
today to visit Sevres and sec the na
tional pottery works, going afterwards
to Versailles, and It was just after he
had left the sovereign's palace on his
way to tho Seine to go on boal a
yacht placed at his disposal for the trip
that tho attempt on his life was made.
Only five minutes before the pistol
was presented nt his bteast he was the
recipient of n letter which warned him
that his life wns In danger. As he wis
ceated In tho landeau before leaving
the court of tho palace, his hecictary
brought him n letter dated Naples, but
posted In I'nrls last night, signed with
n name bearing nn Italian termination.
"Today you shall meet the hnme fu
ns Humbert. '
In no wise disconcerted, tho Shih
handed the letter to the officer on
guard and gave orders for the carriage
to stnrt. The gates of the palace we-
thrown open, and ns the monarch
emerged a large crowd of curious on
looker broko Into cries of "Vive le
Shah." Hardly had these exclamations
died away when a man dressed in tho
ordinary clothing ot n Paris workman
darted forward from between two utiii;
mobiles, where he was hidden, and
rushed toward the Imperial carriage,
overthrowing a bicycle policeman,
who rolled under the feet of tho horses.
In an Instant tho assassin was on
the carriage step. Holding th do-r
with his left hand, with his right ho
pushed a revolver toward the breast of
the Shah. Ho seemed to hesitate Icr
a moment, ns though undecided whero
to aim, Tho hesitation saved tho Per
sian monarch's life, for before ho could
pull the trigger a Btrong hnnd grasped
his wrist nnd wrenched It so that th
weapon dropped harmlessly to the bot
tom ot the landau.
"I'd Ilka to hnvo n photograph nf
that man," nonchalantly exclaimed the
Shah. Then, nddresslng a few words
In his native tongue to his companions
In the carriage ho told the coachman
to drive on.
Seated In the landau with tho Shah
nt tho time tho assault was made wein
the Orand Vlzer, the personal physician
of the monarch, and flenernl Parent,
his personal nld. General Parent In tno
course of nn Interview subsequently
"It wns the court physician who met
the criminal's ndvance. It was ho who
seized tho Individual by the wrist and
arrested the movement of aggression
for n sulllclent time lo allow the pistol
to be knocked from tho nssnllant's
hand. I nm Inclined to (ho belief that
the man Is an Italian."
A crowd of S00 people who wltneiad
the attempt rushed inward the would
be murderer and tried to attack hlr.i.
but there were many police In the
neighborhood acting as guards of Ihe
Shah, and these prevented the mob
from doing violence to the mlscrcnn;.
The prisoner wns taken to the police
The Shah carried out his program
for n trip down the rfclne to Versailles.
UKITIKII OPPOSE PARTITION.
LONDON, Aug. 3, 3:13 a. m. N'u
word comes this tnornlni: rcuardlnir the
fortunes of the comparatively small'
body of troops believed to be forcing
their way toward Peking. The silence
Is probably due to diligent censorship
rather than to any lack of develop
ments. A Shanghai special announces the
receipt ot nn official telegram from the
Tsung-ll Yamen asserting that the
Ministers were all well on July 30th
and thnt vegetables, fruits nnd other
supplies hnd been sent to the legations
on several occasions. "Friendly Inter
course." the official telegram says, "Is
now being cnrrled on between the Min
isters and the Imperial government,"
According to the Dally Hxpress, how
ever, cablegrams from Chcfoo announce
thnt the Imperial troops, advancing '11
oppose the relief force, have complete
ly wiped out n Chrlstlnn town near Pe
king, killing file foreign priests nnd
10,000 native Christians.
(Jenernl Oaselee. says this correspon
dent, wns strongly opposed to nn Im
mediate nd value, but he wns over
ruled by the other commanders nnd
Influenced by Washington's order o
General Chaffee to "proceed without
nn Instant's delay "
Krupi Shanghai the Dally Kxpress
has received confirmation of the re
ported murder of fifty missionaries In
Shnnsl, with the additional Information
that eight I.ngllsh women were drag
ged out of the mission buildings by n
Chinese mob, who beheaded them In
the streets of Chit Chnu.
I rench troops nre reported to have
occupied Meng-tsze. In the province of
The Tientsin correspondent of the
Standard says: "A heartrending letter
has been received from the Japanese
Icgntloit, dated July 22d, stating thnt
the casualties number U0 per cent; thnt
only twenty-five cartridges per man
nre left, with sufllclent food for five
days, and that It Ih feared the legations
win succumb within n week.
llrodcrlck's stntement In the House
of Commons yesterday placing (Irent
llrltnln on record ns unalterably jp
posed to the partition of China, Is well
received by nil the morning papers,
which, for lack of other news, chiefly
devote their comments to Dr. Morri
son's remarkable message to the Times
cabled yesterday to the United States.
When Arc You Coming.
"TIENTSIN. July 27. Following loi
ter of Lieutenant Colonel Shibn, mili
tary nltnche nt the legation of Peking,
dated July 22, urlvcd at Tientsin on
July 2.", nt 9 o'clock In the evening
" 'Ptklng, July 22, evening. We are
nil waiting Impatiently arrival of re
inforcing nrmy. When nre you com
ing? All legations hnve been blockaded
since the 13th of last month, nnd since
the 20th we have been nttneked con
tinually night und day by the Chinese
soldiers from more than ten encamp
ments. Ily supreme efforts we nre still
defending. We arc dally waiting with
the greatest anxiety the arrival of re
inforcing nrmy, nnd If you can't rench
hero In less than a week's tlmo It is
probable that wo will be unable to
hold out any longer. The Emperor and
Empress Dowager appear to be still
at Peking. Wero our reinforcements
to arrive it Is very probable that they
would llec to Wan Hluishan. Killed anil
wounded up to date Eight killed, oni
n captain of Infnntry nnd an Embassa
dor's nttache; seven seriously wound
ed, the first secretary of legation being
one of twinty slightly wounded. The
number of Europeans kilted Is sixty
In nil. COOMDOE.' "
HOME, July 31. The commander of
the Italian cruiser Elbo nt Tientsin re
celled the following telegram lodiy
from the Japanese military attache nt
Peking, dated July 22:
"The legations arc eagerly awaiting
relief. Cannot hold out long. Sixty
(From Thursday's Extra.)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3. Tho Navy
Department this morning received the
following cablegram from Admiral
"Taku, Aug, 2. Bureau Navigation,
Wushlngtnn. Chnffeo reports that 800
Japanese scouting toward Pel Tang,
lost three men killed, 25 wounded.
Enemy entrenched and loop-ho'ed
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