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Primaries of Bing
Kjy, Idaho, Prove
WkhWay the Con
fcnks of Church
WBm Sept 10.-The
Erpno3"65 hc!l todny
Hf! wl" side and the
Eyjot precincts pave
fcup'"1 tl10 machin;
EL Falls, tho center of
Ed( carried two pre?
Krrtams from the county
Ktd tie battle is about
KeiS? fcelinR lias been
K fighi Tvhicli is certain
tBp&is the none too har
jKTci the "party Pb'K-
jUf the primaries at this
'Ktdlute tho nomination
KJjrnaht and notorious
VAffo office of probate
ffAt&nl, the incumbent.
Ku excellent officer and
Bfci for re-election.
it Societies Oppose New
(,HL, Sept. 10. The on
iti the United German
K c( the United States
.tWrman of the execu
4 He f American Federa
i societies, offered a res
m referred to the roso
r, taounclng the new
hi ot the United States.
ni adopted commending
i Trcslfiont Roosevelt
itot Cleveland against
lilt Belleville, III., rend
tea Rome, expressing
Wreran sent the Pope
jffcg the fealty ot the
fchtss. The cablegram
(wiifd pronouncing tho
Ifpifulatlon and regret
iCknnon of Su Louis,
itr of bishops ' In the
'Wko Oars With
ftCre? the Cause.
dHf"1 to tho Carmen's
"W Railroads this nft--Bj-r
that provoked a
!B; J dectrlc car wns
pFracare street car bnrn
P11 and four armed
pttr reached the street
3WaruItd a"a a crowd
Pjfea and the crowd
ke off the trolley
JK?., Endows. The
r't the car when tho
Kr5IL A Eecoml CEJ" In
fJE crew was taken
JjB haf 5t?f ibr'ns'
jRt fi'narrui Into
gJW condition. Later
M. James t
KST1 ot th;
J atfc elaborate
,7,11 tender the
A ri0ncOf Gen
l!it ?r sPtom-
pHll' was ccm.
OIE KILLED, SEVEN
HIT il A WRECK.
Colorado Flyer on Santa Fc
Road Is Derailed Near
TOPEKA, Knn., Sept. 30. The Colo
rado liver of the Atchison, Topeka Ss
Santa Fo railway, westbound, was de
railed nine miles cast of Kinsley, Kun.,
early this morning.
IRA IT. WOOD. Kansas Citj-.
MRS. ALICE SM LT.Il, Mexico, Mo.
E. T. STEEL, Wichita, Knn., left leg
ED PORTER, Toledo, 0., back
J. E. SPRINGES, Hutchinson. Kan.,
neck bruised and skinned and kneo
J. II. BURROW, Houston, Tex., left
arm and leg bruised.
W. F. ELLISON and E. SOPER, mail
clerks, bruised and cut by broken glass.
SOCIAL LIGHTS TO WED
James Henry Smith of New York and
Mrs. Rhinelander Stewart Will Marry
INVERNESS, Scotland. Sept. 10.
Banns for the marriage of James Henry
Smith of New York, heir of George
Smith of Chicago, to Mrs. Kkinclander
Stewart of Baltimorewore read in the
parish church of Alvic, Invernessshire.
Mrs. Stewart arrived in England only a
few days ago.
.Tames Henry Smith is a bachelor,
and is one of tho wealthiest men in the
United States. He inherited some
years ago an estate valued at upward
of $50,000,000 from his uncle, George
Smitu. After the death of William C.
Whitney Mr. Smith purchased the
Wliitncv residence on Fifth avenuo,
New York, and has entertained there
on a lavish scalo. Mrs. Stowart ob
tained a divorce recently, and it wns
reported then that she intended to
marry Mr. Smith. She is much inter
ested in society, as is Mr. Smith, and
Mr. Stewart's indifference to social af
fairs was said to be one of the reasons
for the estrangement of the couple.
Mrs. Stewart was a Miss Armstrong of
Baltimore, and is a sister of Mrs.
Anthoiry .1". Drexcl of Philadelphia.
H00-H008 KEEP BUSY
National Convention at Oklahoma City
Brings Large Crowd.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla., Sept. 10. A
business meeting of the national meeting
of the Hoo-Hoos was held in the Over
holser Opera-house this morning. Mayor
J. F. Mcssenbaugh delivered tho keys of
the olty in a brief address to Supromo
Snnrk R. D. Inmnn, who delivered a
"Our New State Guests," by X. F. Hol
man, president of the Chamber of Com
merce, followed, to which Col. A. D.
Tho report of the supreme scrlvenator
nnd appointment of committees followed.
This afternoon the annual reception to
visiting ladies was held. In the evening
100 candidates were mitlnted Into tho
secrets ot the order.
Judge Bunvcll dissolved the temporary
Injunction against the roping contest, ex
cept on Sunday. A contest was given
this evening Special trains brought
large crowds io the city yesterday.
Secretary Shaw Makes Another Typical
GREENSBORO, X. C, Sept. 10. Secre
tary Shaw spoke to an Immense gather
ing of Republicans at Winston-Salem to
day nnd again at Salisbury tonight.
At Winston-Salem he arraigned the
Democratic party, declaring that It had
no platform nnd stood for nothing. IIo
will speak tomorrow at Statesvllle and
Wednesday at Ashevlllo.
Insurance Agents Arrested.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept. 10.
Seven local agents of tho National Life
and Accident Insurance company of
Nashville, Tenn., were arrested today,
charged with rebating premiums and
discriminating between policy-holders.
The oflense by State law is punishable
by a line of $100 to $200, imprisonment
tor thirty days, or both.
Burglars Loot Kouso.
SAX DIEGO. CaL, Sept. 10 Burglars
entered the houso of Mrs. S. R. Norrlfl
last evening while the family was at
church, and ransacked It, taking about
$100 worth of silver and Jewelry. They
were In the house when the family re
turned, and made their escape through
a roar window, taking their booty with
Probing Idaho Land Fraud.
BOISE, Ida., Sept. 10. When tho Fed
eral court convened here today the
grand Jury was empannelled and an In
vestigation ot Idaho timber land frauds
began. More than fifty witnesses have
been brought hero to testify In relation
to these laud matters.
Minister Visits Harry Thaw.
NEW YORK. Sept. 10. One of tho call
ers at the Tombs prison to visit Harry
K. Thaw was the Rev. Dr. Francis L.
Patton, president of Princeton Theologi
cal seminary. The purpose of Dr. Rat
ton's call was not stated.
Moro Gold From Abroad.
BOSTON. Sept. 10. Tho National Shaw
mut bank of this city announced today
that it had engaged a second million
dollars of gold for shipment from abroad.
The llrsl Importation was ordered last
Heat Wave in New York.
NEW YORK. Sept. 10. New Yorkers
are again suffering from a heat wave.
Several deaths and a few prostrations
I Miss Rose Porcr Is Dead.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Sept. 10. Miss
Rose Porter, widely known as an author,
died at her home hero oarly today, aged
New Idaho Postmaster.
Spccinl lo The Tribune.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Sept. 10. Jacob
Taylor was today appointed postmaster
at Ahsohka, Ncz Perec county, Ida.
... , ' THEY ARE BOTH MINE!
Township of Kwareli, District of
Telaw, in the Caucasus,
AVALANCHE OF MIRE IS
SIX FEET IN DEPTH
Whole Side of Great Mountain
Slips Away and Engulfs
TIFLIS, Sept. 10. Practically with
out warning the side of a mountain ris
ing above the township of Kwareli
broke away and on a sea of semi-liquid
sand, stones and mud swept down on
tho township and overwhelmed and ob
literated it. Some 250 persons have
been buried alive. Fifty-five bodies al
ready hnvo been recovered from tho
mire, which is six feet deep. In addi
tion to the lives lost countless head of
cattle perished and the crops were de
stroyed. Kwareli township occupies an area
of five kilometers of tho district, of Tc
law, in the Caucasus. Similar disas
ter are common occurrences in Cau
WESTERN COAL YIELD
Product of Utah and Wyoming Reaches
I a Large Valuation.
! Spoclnl to Tho Tribune.
WASHINGTON, D. C Sept. 10.
Tho forthcoming report of E. !. Parker
of the United States geological sur
vey on tho coal product of the United
States will show tho following produc
tion of coal in the Intennountain States
for the years 1901 and 1905:
Utah, 10051,332.372 short tons,
value $1,793,5 JO; U04, 1,-193,027 short
tons, value iSs.1,943,4'10.
Wyoming. 191)55,002,021 short tons,
value $7,33(5,951 j 1904, 5,17S,ooO short
tons, value $0,74709
The production in Idaho and Nevada,
which arc grouped, was insignificant
bcinc only 5SS2 tons in 190; and 34S0
in 1)04 The value of the product in
1905 was $17,S46 and in 1904 wua
FORTUNE IN JUNK
Canal Commission Will Rccoivo a Mil
lion From Scrap Iron.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 10. The salo of
7000 tons of Junk on the Isthmus of Pan-
nmi for SG0.000 recently has encouraged
tliG Canal commissioners to bellevo they i
have a small fortune in worthless ma
chinery, purchased from Uio Iwcneh ca
nn company. The lot of scrap iron sold
wus assembled from a few acres of
Kround which Chief Engineer Slovens
found It necessary to clear in order to
construct new switching yards for tho
One of the olllclals ot the canal com
mission said today that then., were thirty
les of ground strewn with similar ma
chinery. He roughly calculated that
w mn this machinery Is gathered up It
will bo worth one million dollars or
more. , '
UNION - PACIFIC CUTS
GOAL FBE16HT RATE
Harriman Line Pursues Policy
of Helping Towns Along
Special to The Tribune.
LARAMLK, Wyo., Sept. 10. Tho
Union Pacific today announced a reduc
tion of the coal rate from Rock Springs
to Laramie of $1.50 per ton on 'all
classes of coal, a cut from $3 a ton, and
as a result local dealers reduced tho
pricu of lump coal from $0.50 to $5 per
ton and nut coal from $G to $5. There
was no change in price of Hanna coal,
selling at; the sanio prico as the Rock
Springs product. The reduction was
voluntary on the part of the company
nnd in line with the Harriman idea of
helping the towns along the line of his
ft is believed there will be a reduc
tion of the freight rate on Ilauna coal
to correspond with the reduced prico of
the finer nuality from the Hock Springs
mines. TIio company at the same lime
put into effect a new storage rule hero
making a charge of 1 cent per 100
pounds per day, with a minimum charge
of 25 cents. Heretofore the minimum
has boon 5 cents. Forty-eight hours'
free time is- allowed on freight in the
warehouse and on tho cars.
The Democratic county convention to
dav selected Bornie J,Ncatherstone. C.
W." Brume, R. H. Homer, N. E. Cor
thell. J. T. Holliday and C. P. Arnold
as I ho delegates to tho Stato conven
tion which meets at Cheyenne on tho
13th. The delegates were entirety un
instructed as to anj' candidate for any
HONORS TO ROOT
American Secretary of State Is1 Enter
tained in Valparaiso.
LIMA, Peru. Sept. 10. Ellhu Root.
American Sccrotary of State, and his
parly, who arrived at Callao about noon
today, were brought here Immediately,
Mr. Root riding In Prosldout Par
do's carriage and being accompanied
by the Mayor of this city. Tho streets
through which the party wore escorted
from ihe station lo tho town hall were
lined with crowds, who cheered en
thusiastically. Arriving at the town hall,
Mr. 'Root was ushered Into the council
room, whore the members of the Clly
Council and public were present to greet
hlin. A military band played "Hall
Columbia" In honor of the Americans.
The meeting In the Council room was
opened with a spoeeh of welcome by tho
Mayor of Lima.
' Tho Mayor then llxed upon ihu breasts
of Mr. Root and his parly gold badges,
upon which arc stamped tho arms of the
city of Lima.
Afterward Secretary Root, and party
visited President Pardo. with whom Mr.
Root had a long chat. Thoy also visited
Foreign Minister Prado.
Secretary Root was entertained tonight
at a baiuiuet at the President's mansion.
Indian Girl Who Burned School Is
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. The Presi
dent has commuted tho life sentence of
Lizzie Carrlcb, an Indian girl 15 years
' old, to conflnomcnt In some reformatory
J Institution until she Is 21 years old. On
June 0 last the girl, was convicted In tho
Eastern district of Wisconsin of arson
In setting fire to and destroying the
Indian school building on the Menomi
nee reservation. It is understood she
llred the building lo ctscnpo going to
Democrats, However. Make
Heavy Inroads on Previous
HAD VERY CLOSE CALL
Leader of American Federation
of Labor Made Hard Fight
and Nearly Won.
PORTLAND. Me.. Sept. 10. Gov
ernor William T. Cobb of Kockland, Re
publican, standing on a platform devot
ed almost exclusively to a continuanco
of tho prohibitory 'law of tho State,
was re-elected today bv a plurality ol
less than S000, with but few exceptions
the smallest margin of votes over given
a Republican governor in the Stato of
Cyrus W. Davis of Waterville, the
Democratic candidate for Governor,
polled one of the largest votes in the
history of the party in this State. His
I issue in the campaign was tho rcsub-
mission of the liquor question, which
was incorporated in the State constitu
tion four years ago.
Littlefield's Close Shave.
Moro interesting from a certain
standpoint was tho re-election of Con
gressman Charles E. Littloficld, Ropub
Piean. from the Second district, by a
greatly reduced plurality. Congressman
Littlefield's candidacy was tho subject
of bitter opposition on the part of
Samuel Gompors. president of tho
American Federation of Labor, who
asked for his defeat on the ground that
he had voted against "labor measures
at the hist session of Congress." The
issue between Gompors and Littlofield
was taken up by the Republican Con
gressional committee, and for three
weeks the district has been the scene of
a hard fight, in which Secretary of War
Tuft, Senator Lodge and Senator Bov
oridgo and several congressmen were
pitted against the head of the Jpedora
tion of Labor.
Mr. Littlefield's plurality was esti
mated tonight at about 1000. Con
gressman Ldwin 0. Burleigh, in tho
Third district, and Llewellyn Powers,
in the Fourth, are re-elected by 2000
plurality. The re-election of Congress
man Allies L. Allen in tho Fifth district
is claimed by the Republican leaders.
Tho legislature will be Republican
by a safe margin.
TRUSTY IS FAITHFUL
Fights to Prevent Escape of Prisoners
at Indiana Reformatory.
JEFFERSON VI LLE. Ind.. Sept. 10-
An attempt by prisoners at tho Indiana
reformatory to escape was frustrated
oarlv today by Joseph Edgey, a trusty,
who found three prisoners releasing oth
ors from their cells, and single-handed
fought them until the alarm wns raised.
Ho received serious Injuries, but will
Courts Death in Leap.
NEW YORK, Sopt. 10. An unknown
man, thought to bo a professional bridge
Jumpor. jumped from tho central span
of tho Brooklyn bridge to the river bo
low today. A tug stopped and picked
him up, apparently uninjured. (
BUM WILL ACTIVELY
. PUK il CAM
Has a Keen Interest in Seeing
That His Party Wins in
His Home State.
LINCOLN, Neb., Sept. 10. William
J. Bryan gave out a statement today
announcing that as soon as he returned
from his southern trip ho would enter
the campaign in Nebraska and several
other States. Mr, Bryan said he felt
deeply interested in the result in Ne
braska, and praised the ability of the
gentlemen on tho fusion ticket. Touch
ing on tho candidacy of Ashton C. Slial
lenberger, Fusion nominee for governor,
Mr. Brj'an snid:
"He is not only in favor of the rigid
enforcement of railroad legislation and
tho two-cent passenger fare, but ho ad
vocated the government ownership of
railroads before I did."
Mr. Bryan continued:
"The election in Nebraska is not
only important because of its bearing
on State matters, but also of its influ
ence upon tho national campaign. The
vote this year will be taken as an in
dication ol tho trend of public opinion.
"We are entering upon a great light
for the extermination of the trusts nnd
for the protection of tho public from
exploitation at the hands of the rail
roads. Tho Republican party has shown
its inability to deal effectively with
these and kindrod subjects. Wherever
the President has attempted to do any
thing he lias been compelled to follow
the Democratic rather than the Repub
lican platform, and the Republicans in
the House nnd Senate have not sup
ported him. The Republican Senate
emasculated his rate bill and a Repub
lican Congress opposed his meat inspec
"The best way to stand by the Presi
dent is to elect "Democrats to Congress
and tho Scnato, for the Democrats have
stood by him better than tho Repub
licans on tho most important questions."
MAY ESCAPE TRIAL
Esther Mitchell and Mrs. Orofield to Be
Examined as to Sanity.
SEATTLE, Sept. 10 Esther Mitchell
and .Maud Crellleld, Jointly charged
with murder In the first degree for
the killing of George Mitchell last
July, will be examined by a medical com
mission on Wednesday In the Superior
court to determine their sanity. Attor
neys for the two women declare they are
now Insane, and have been for years.
The appointment of tho commission
was sccurod upon- the petition of the
women's counsel, and was opposed by
the prosecuting attorney. If the women
are found to be Insane they will bo
sent to the asylum at Stellacoom. and
this will end the criminal prosecution.
Esther Mitchell shot and killed her
brother on July 12 In tho Union depot
as he was about to leave for Portland.
The killing of Mitchell by his sister
took place within two days after a Jury
had acquitted him of killing Edmund
Franz Crculeld, tho organizer and leader
of the Holy Rollers on the ground
that the deed was Justlable as tho only
way to save Esther Mitchell's virtue.
Mrs. Crellleld confessed that she had
urged tho girl to commit the murder, and
had bought the revolver for her.
Russian Leaders Say Only Summary
MOSCOW, Sept. 10. In the course of
an interview today Alexander Gutchkofi",
ibo Octoberlst leader, gave his approval
to the general tone of the ministerial
. declarations, adding that the court-mar-.
tlals arc a cruel necessity when a vir
tual state of war oxlsts In at least a
part of thoj country.
M. Gutchkofi comparod the conditions
existing in Russia with those at San
Frnncisco after tho recent earthquake
there, when looters woro killed without
even the formality of a trial. IIo said
the pillaging here was on a similar ba
sis, having ceased to be revolutionary
and become mere ruffianism. "I must
say." said M. GutchkofT. "that I have tho
greatest confidence In Premier Stolypln.
There never was such a capablo and
j talented man In power In Russia. I be
lieve in the honesty ot his Intentions and
hope ho will be able to execute his pro
gram in spite of the opposition close to
MAN FOUND DYING
Slashed His Wrists Three Days Ago,
While in Delirium.
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 10 John Grant,
caretaker of J. C. McGowan's mansion
on Hobart boulevard, was found today In
tho McGowan home in a dying condition.
While temporary Insane three days ago
Grant slashed his wrists and lay down
From Thursday morning until Sunday
afternoon ho lay unconscious In the
house. This afternoon he recovered
consciousness and his senses and tele
phoned for assistance. A patrol wagon
brought the man to tho receiving hos
pital, where he now lies in a aerlou3
BRYAN FOR ARBITRATION
Makes Speech to Laboring Men of
Omaha; Avoids Politics.
OMAHA, Sept. 10. William J. Bryan
spoke this afternoon at the carnival
given at Krug park under tho ausplcos of
tho Central Labor union.
Mr. Bryan avoided politics, devoting
his remarks to general labor topics. He
took a strong position in favor of arbi
tration In labor troubles and Interna
tional disagreements Mr. Bryan left at
G:S0 o'clock on tho Wabash for St. Louis,
whero he Is to bo .given a reception
From there he will go on a tour of some
of the Southern States.
I-Ioavy Loss by Fire.
NEW YORK. Sopt. 10. The vnrnish factory
of Prntt & Lnmbert nnd nn ndjaccnt door
nnd window ensinc factory belonging to
Ulnnchnru & Co., nt Hunter's Point. Queen's
Donnish, wore destroyed by flro tonight.
Loss about $110,000.
Killed by Falling Walls.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. By tho eollnpsc of
a garueu in course construction nl Minfoln,
I;. I., three workimm wcro killed and sovun'
woru seriously injured.
Visits Logan in the Guise of
APPEARS IN LOGAN TAB.
IN FULL PRIESTLY REGALIA
Chief Executive of Nation Made
to Do Conspicuous Service
Special to The Tribune. H
LOGAN. Utah, Sept. 10. A great
Scandinavian conference wns in session H
at the Tabernacle here yesterday. Tho IH
three stakes of Cache valley were fully
represented, many leading men from
various towns befng in attendance. A H
surprise of some significance was in
store for Saints of ordinary informa-
lion, consisting of nothing less than H
the appearance of Senator Reed Smoot. H
Smoot was chief speaker at the after- H
noon and evening session. Tho Senator IH
came in the guise of his ecclesiastical IH
office, in full priestly regalia, address- IH
ing tho Saints with dogmatic certitude, IH
thus magnitVing his religious office. jH
though between tho lines one could IH
rend sentiment of a distinctively secu- IH
lar, nnd even political flavor. IH
At the afternoon meeting Senator
Smoot spoke on the word of wisdom. H
In glowing phrase he pointed out tho H
high importance of temperance to H
saints of the most high, urging the H
duty of strict conformity to the word H
of God, condemning in 'the meantime, H
with apostolic authority, the drink H
habit and the saloon evil. In his ad- H
dress Smoot did nothing moro than tho H
ordinary, following closely in the wake H
of I113 ranking head in the apostolatc. H
simply reiterating the law aa laid down IH
by Lyman at the summer conference H
held here last month. H
At the meeting last night Senator H
Smoot again hau the floor, but this H
time he did not follow the inspired
leaders, but hid behind President H
Roosevelt, taking as his theme race H
suicide. The wise ones present saw H
both in the choice of the subject and H
the way in which it was managed by
tho Senator, an adroit introduction of H
politics, in which the chief executivo H
of tho nation was made to do con- H
spicuotiH service. The Senator argued H
strongly against rnco extinction, con- H
demning severely those who favor it, 1
and lauding the' saints for their con- jl
sistent course in family development. IH
It is a well-known fact that there has IM
been serious criticisms of machine pol- H
itics in Republican ranks during the H
past two months, and loaders have felt H
that something must be done to quell jH
dissension if the party is not to go to H
defeat in the coming election. On this B
ground it is urged that the machine H
leaders decided to bring the machine's
apostolic head into the county, that
he might pour oil on tho troubled
At the meetings vesterday afternoon ll
and evening many "of the malcontents
wero present and sat under tho drip- IH
pings of tho sanctuary listening to the IH
voice of inspiration, where they re
ceived their quietus. . Some of these to- .
dav gave clear evidenco of repentance,
arguing now for the success of the
Church Republican part v. Others, how
over, take a different view of the case,
passing censure upon the Senator for
thus dipping into Cacho county politics,
and say his coming has only widoncd
the breach, predicting that the machine
slate will be smashed at the county IH
convention, which occurs here on tho
"BOXERS'5 ARE SLAIN H
Uprising Against Missionaries and Na-
tive Christians Checked. jH
SHANGHAI, Sept. 10. A missionary
writing under date of August IS from
Sophlng, In the province of Shansi. states
that a large party of "Boxers" entered IH
So Tsouuhslen. The missionaries and IH
native Christians hod to the Yanan for IH
shelter and tho Boxers followed, overawed IH
tho officials and got control of the city IH
A German lleulenaut who was traveling
in the country arrived opportunely and
rallied the small force of Chinese sol- jH
dlers, who killed the Boxer leader and
eleven others and made prisoners of IH
forty-two, while the remainder were dls- IH
pcrscd. The missionaries were saved. A
Chinese general with a force of troops iH
subsequently appeared on the scone, IH
Native reports spenk of the persistent
uneasiness, especially In the Yangtso val
ley. following the Hoods, which Is result
log In scarcity of food. The forolgn ofllco
advises against land traveling for tho jH
NET EARNINGS HIGH H
United States Smelting Company Is
Making a Splondid Record.
Spcci.il to The Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass.. Sept. 10. Earnings of
the United Stales Smelting company are
of record proportions, over 5300.000 net Bpj
monthly. August net earnings have not HBJ
been received yet, but they are known HHJ
to be as large as thoso of July, which jHH
wero about $300,000, creating a new net ppj
record. It Is evident from this that not
for the year ending this month will be pHJ
about $3,250,000, or 12 per cent for the ppj
common slock, after paying 7 per cent ppj
on the preferred. No dividend, however. pBVJ
will bo paid this year, but it Is qult6 ppj
probable thai n small ono will bo oald ppj
on the common stocu in January. ppj
Another Girl Must Hang. .
ODESSA. Sept. 10. A court-martial to-
day sentenced to hanging a Jowlsh girl Hpj
named Shalcormnn. who throw a bomb at ppj
Policeman Poltavchenko without Injuring ppj
him- Miss Shakerman admitted belong- ppj
lag to tho terrorists, and said It had ppj
been determined to kill Poltavchenko be- Hpj
cause he took part In Jewish massacres. ppj
More Troops for Havana.
HAVANA, Sept. 10. Throe, hundred soldiers pBVJ
have hoen brought from CfU.mnjay into Ha- pH
vatin on account of tho possibility of an (it- pj
tack on tho capital. The rebel lender, Col. pBJJ
Edward f!u7.inan, has appointed Dr. t ipucroa,
prosidunt of tho Liberal party In Cloiiftiecos, pBVJ
to act as pence coinmissioucr iu his beliou. pV