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Eh. I. XXXV., NO. 50. SALT LAKH CITY, MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1912, 12 PAGES-FIVE CENTS I
'hJJ losevell Supporters Will AL
ki jmpl to Reorganize Nation
'y " al Committee in Advance
"a of Convention.
BFASkA MAN TO
V BEGIN THE FIGHT
nt illiam Barnes, Jr., Attempts
d Secure Votes of Wiscon-
wi sin Delegates tor Root
and Meets Rebuff.
5ffl L KIO A''-0. -H:nc 2. -Iricnd- of Colo
ir. n1 Roosevelt announced today
11. al the iii'f I ".! I of slrength
J iwmcni liirir candidate i ii'l
Q1Wi Pfsidmi Tar, will ome next
" 1 r-day w.Vn I':. F Howell of Omaha.
) Jonnl TT r - l j . , 1 i . mil 1 "Mil!' n-'-lor t
ml tit NVh-nka. v, ill d-mand lo I." re.ite,l
glufl t'"" sti.-. r-S!""- of Vn tor P.osew a t ei .
iOS Un 1-1 "r l',r national Repub-
iui in i-iiiir:iit"' r,rir' 1,1 Hie hearing of
ttyl trs1-" !.;. thr.l i...n v
u Pile Roosevelt managers .tip prepared
jj Bake i ;p('-: mined fight to have Mr
gell : p;i I .-1111! if iIk-v sm-i-opd t hey
' tip:nnr. 1 1., -it lini'ii I' Whliln:; of
al' r .1 - r . Thomas K. Nieriringhaus f
leerUi ur1, "l')''r national ( :dmmittee-
onj lelcpi hiisti either by direct primal
mj 1 tap ri, 1 inn tp seated
y tliis 'Dfanf iiiey may snoeed In
anUl ollm? Hip national committee and
;nlftd fllntr whether senator Root of New
dtfi I sna" h" f-'-on-.nicnilod as temporary
V Is Confident,
dill frr s; N"cw. Miurman of rim sub-
$ttee on arrangements for (hp con
n. declined to discuss the plana of
ppsoveM leader?, bul intimated (liar
jddW eli ".- 1 !): i.fl ' in 11. il c mmlttea would
is'v-i! Mr ii..v. . 'i r.i- ;ti. other of
co'.Mmltlp-m" n-.-.p. ; until after tiv
, , ttrnrnern. if tni- convention.
" ' 9 also expressed il, ,.piir,, i;l? fhP
,, nn.M . i;nniil (pp wo'-M anproc,- nf th'
said I ... - 1. . ,
Itlmi ,,: l i c; a-- i .-n ipfu 11 1 y . hairman
, ;lni-lor:;c 'he plan n;-.;t'.1 fur t li.j ,j ts
r N MImi: . r ,.,., ,.),,,,,., 1 j,.;,. -.
heM R. I!..rrli. iiail.inal oinmlt '.cptnan-
ShOfC l fioi'i .'i i.,;iNl;.-i ll lcpil hTf t((ja
id wiili a pi 1 1 ilea 1 1: signed bj Gov
ie'i f f 'l"-:-'pf 'I ldri. ii. Secretarj or
e Ao.Iimoii n'au. Aii'litor Sila- r. .
ton. Srai- l'r.a.M!i. i Waltpf A.
rS'- an.) Alt !!' 1 ,pik i ,, ( ;i ;lni Q .
s'-,,,"k '"til! that iio was rcgu
oi as f r'lr 'i'J tlif f.tTo-f
lUUrt e rpillfl. aie .,f :!.) Ir.ri 1 ilalPCl
MUM II rip., ; ur-nr thp offj. ial ,-al
1 l"" bf .-'at.- ..f pi.rnsKn.
r- ""' 'I' :it'pr . onfeinim with Sec-
;AVtjjl Wlt'-f. 1 --nr. 1 fnis stalenipni.
yl aol J ll:iv" Il"rr-iofot e mad no public
iuotil Hten,f IM tn mv Intentions In the
. atw-i r,r . iHiminc a eai jr, t i,p Ur
tiiJ iibli' a 11 national committee when
tat r,,rp, IK . ( Thursday i
0 nuldpr tl:p claims '.f contPsling (Je
lm fcloti;'. However, sr,llr (1lc ,lt,() ,
) ua d commi!iiii-Ht: my view$ to tlie
ana- of the Huospvelt campaiKn
1 ill sp" Hue ir.y nirbt to i iiime.I ;l t
botjiiiiion as U,r naii.,nal commit-
c w err-, i. i ron, N'obrapka.
ma OJt r,1P1" '-Hn h, 110 '1'iettlon b..i what
lu :8tvi now, iin.j.M 1 he laws of
Ite t'.;p only person entltiPd to ;ipi
t H ' nailonr.1 coniiiiiitpcman from Np-
it ends on Committee.
n nppori of ihl? . ipw, I win .Halp
1 Itav a -erfificatp of election
lleil to me b- Xebvaaka's ectp
cft of "tate and lhat I hove qnall
curl 1 t0 asBlime rn, natonal
pmlttreinan. as provided by law.
and' to wheth.-.- 1 pi i.e a How-1 p.
o UU form tli- fiinciinnH of .he offtae
H.U1UW I d.prnrl cole!, up,,,, the art ion Of
national m-,,,,,,, 1. r. when T pre
0uad' t nv 1 rpdpiiti.-ils "'oU,ro, tip
pb. i9 Quesllon will depend on tlip at
terat w" of tl, ih;;i:m. -s p r. net. .
I I will recognize the primary law
3 ffivi im ' "n,,r , ,;,;'r"1 I he national
nd r,Irlt"e h-'s ad.iptM a rulp
cover lOgnirirn: n t,Afi .,f n. various
,Ue W lt- hrnre H woui.) apponi that
1 committer niu-u prant hip mv
It. or else 11 u(! ma:, ;l ex.eption
th. Itn" application of it- rules In the
, S or of Hv ;i. , inu chairman.
r nor 1 Pen UP Today.
floo Bumv- io,m,n.,-,v ,'hi, , r,,
rJM,rtr r,r fiRhi f.M- hp noroJna-
for Pieai.1,.,11. ft3 ,U. pMi.-piartera
aft. R.osev..u. t.rf Koueu, ;,d Cum-
yon V Hi ho ,ip,.n.d he, ...
nWL ,B"" l'";""h -V1 l":v -ampalgn
' P n""h-"-i- ('I'Kiesaman
.rnliy-4 ' ' ''I charge of l'; .,sideni
a ampajgn, are expected from
, nceJ l'n?t''o m the rnoiii.nj.. Tuesday or
tbe C lesday i-h, ,,ies I) iihIp. sp-rclnrv
resld.-nl T;,c, arplve
bbeis of the national committee are
S '' attend ti,e meeting or that
M'tPNt Thursday and l u expected
M y wodnesday everj memhor will
flv members of. the commlt-
l (Continued, on Page Two.)
CRUSHED 10 DEATH
Frank Berglund Is Instantly
Killed in North Railroad
Yards of City.
Frank Iserplnnd, an employee of the
Plntsch ''.is Company! Who re
sided al Hip Railroad FSxchange
hoicl. was run o er and ln-
Stahtly killed in the norih yardR of
tlie Harilman Hues in Lhls city at
noon yesterday. He was going to the
north end of the yards to inspect the
gas eQUipm,Ont In some cars, and was
riding 1 here on the Ls Angeles limited
o. 7 o( the all 1-ike f:ontt', as tliis
train was leaving Salt likc City It
seema probable that he caught his foot
when lie started to leaVe the train, and
Was hurled under the wheels. Mia
bead and right arm were severed from
Mr. Berglund was 26 years old and
Ingle. Il was horn November 29, 1881.
Mis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.
Rcilimd. three brothers and a sister
reside in usden at Weal Twenty-
fourth street. Ili. brothers and sister
are George, ESben, ESdward and TOIIen
B rglund. Ill t.-si.le with their parents
Two of the brothers George and Bben,
ame to Salt Lake Cltj as soon as they
heard of the act ident, called at the un
dertaking establlahnienl of Qualtrough
Ml'cott nml Identified the body. They
returned to Ogden iast night, when: they
will arrange f(,r the funeral. The
bodj will be taken to Ogden Tuesday
The train that passed over Berglund
was in charge of Conductor Geller and
Bnglneer Baden II was delayed about
thirty minutes on account f the accident.
Patrolman A A Barker, who was on
duty at Uic Oregon slant Line depot,
was notified of the tragedy He tele
phoned lr. li. VV, Ashley and then wnl
to the scene and took charge of the body.
The body was turned over to the Qual-trbugh-Allcott
Harry S. Harper, acting coroner, will
Investigate th.e cause of Berglund'a death
Miss Dora rleen to Srek Further
Adventurei in Alaska Dur
CORDOVA, Alanka. June I -Miss DOTS
Keen the Philadelphia woman who mode
the first aadent of Mount Blackburn hist
month, will engage In further mountain
adventures before returning home. c
eording to InfonnaUpn ceceived here to
day from Kenneeott, where she Ii.ib been
restiiiK since Hhe returned from Mount
it is Miss Keen's intention to spend
part of flie aummer m climbing other
mountains of Hie Copper river district,
crossing the BUtrhnil by Bkolal pass and
Ruasell glacier to the head waters of
the White river, by which route ahe will
descend Into Canadian territory, work
her way to White Morse and" cross back
Into American territory orer the famous
Whit pdSS summit, Bailing from Skas-
w&j for Seaitie late In the summer.
Tills route lias bean pone oev by sur
veyors and has licn pronounced very dif
ficult. Miss Keen will be the first white
woman to attempt t lie tup. She wul
be accompanied by G w. Handy and the
packers who wem with her when she
scaled Mount. Blackburn,
RHCOM MENDS THAT
UTE INDIANS BE PAID
Special to The Tribune.
WASHINGTON, June 2 The secre
tary, of the intet lor has recommended an
appropriation of I8.a0o.00fi to pay
a judgment rendered by ihe United
States court of claims In fnvoi of th
oon federated bands of Dte indlans or
polqrado, and I ;ah on the Ulnts and
Ouray i eseralion. While ibis la.rge sum
' I due Ihese Indian:, they are repi.'rted
suffering for the necessities of life.
Devoid of Money and Ammu
nition, Leaders of Revolt
Are Placed in Extremely
OUT OF CHIHUAHUA
Mrs. Pascual Orozco, Wife of
Insurgent Chief, and Her
Four Children, on Their
Way to Juarez.
CHIHUAHUA, Mexico June 2 De
void of tnonr' and ammunition,
the Mexican rebels gathered In
northern Mexico tonight are con
fronted with the most, critical sit
uation they have encountered since the
revolution began If thp rebel chiefs can
'delay ihe epetced battle at Bachimba
they may be able to concentrate enough
Strength lo deal a formidable blow to the
government. Fn.ilinj;, however, ,,' KC-t
money and arms, the liberal chiefs fear
disaffection among the men and di6or
The money situation la ny far the most
serious at the present moment and for
eign residents, have fled, taking large
sums with them.
Only ahmil thirty Americans remain
here and hardly an;; women or chil
dren. Rebels Rob Storea.
The rebels have resorted to desperate
means to obtain mone and I ins more
than the fear of an expected attaclc from
the federal cavalry' of Generals Villa and
Mabago. who were reported lo be mak
ing a dHour overland from Parral. has
caused the exodus from here. Today the
rebel9 took J5000 worth of clothing sup
plies in a big dry goods store hera. At
another store $16,000 worth of supplies
Saloons and gambling houses have
been closed as In the last two days more
than 4000 rebel troope have been In Chi
huahua receiving their pay. The city
was quiet as a result.
Mrs. PasquaJ Orozco, wife, of the rebel
chief, left today for Juarez with her
four children. No significance, It was
said., attaches to the trip, the purpose
of it beina to visit relatives.
Revolt Against Orozco.
NAVOJOA, Mexico, June 2 The people
of the border of wester,, Chihuahua and
eastern Sonora have risen against Orozco.
Thp people of Morris have taken Orampo
from the rebels, killing five and obtain
ing considerable arms and ammunition.
The federals were headed by Jose tS.
The prefect at Morris wired here to
day that the. whole countryside Is
against Orozco and that troops have
started from Chinipas nnd Guazuparcs to
take Batopilas, Orozco formerly lived In
this mountain district.
No Mercy for Orozco.
v smington, June .'. Frienda of
President Madero today received a tele
gram from the president's secretary, J.
Sanchez Axcona, at Mexico City, deny
ing that tlip Madero administration was
dealing in any way with General Oroaoo
"Please deny in the most emphatic
manner," read the Azcona message, "ru
mors circulated in the United St.it'-s that
President Madero di recti v or Indirectly
ha- treated in any manner with Orozco
or the revolutionists for pea' or anj
terms. Orozco is lo6t and the govern
ment of Madero will never treat with
CONVICTS ATTEMPT TO
SACRAMENTO, Cal., June i -A
change of administration at Folsom pris
on last Friday night was greet ed by the
convicts with a demonstration to fright
en the new warden, -fumes A. Johnston
For (wo hours, according to information
received here today, tbe prisoners
shrieked and howled their censure Of
both the old administration and the new.
deflng the guards to stop them A
guard standing outside one of the nois
iest cells fired hjs pistol to intimidate
several pilsoners who bad climbed upon
the bars and were abusing hi in.
The name of Assistant Turnkej B".
Ramlres was used many Limes hs the
prisoners, Rarnirsa had bean told that
he would Uf- killed by the convicts if he
remained on duty until Jan,, t. He rc
slgned Frtdaj night at the close of Wai
den Reifly's term. Four other guards
"When Warden JTell took charge al Fol
Mom el;ht yeai- ago iilmllar demon
stration was glvenj inn when a break
v is attempted three convicts were killed.
After thai there w, ie no more demon
strations. The coin lots. It is .aid. bad
Intended to repeal B"rldaj night's per-
foririanoe oti Saturday n'mhl, bul it did
not in Ltertallze. There were a few cries
When the lights went off at 9 o'clock but
they soon onded.
Salt Laker?) In New York.
spiei, ,i ;.i The Tribune.
Nl'.W YORK, June '. B dv,.i Cen
tral J. C Penny, imperial Mrs, A. s.
i FACTS ON HIGH
i GOSI OF LIVING
Department of Commerce and
Labor Has Completed an
Covering; 22 Years.
IN COMING REPORT
Wholesale Price of All Meats
Shown to Have Increased
From 25 to 100 Per Cent
During Last Decade.
By Tnlerna.t.lonai News Service.
WASHINGTON, .Tune 2. -Follow
injj an exhaustive investiga
tion of tho Increased cost oi
living, ihe department ol
commerce and labor is about to lay
bare a series of most startling facta on
tlie subject ever placed before the
In this report it shown that dur
ing tlie past ten rears the wholesale
price of all meats has increased from
25 to 100 per ceut, ft was in this
period that the beef trust, established
its malevolent domination over the
meal food products of the entire Unit
En the same period the wholesale
price for poultry has increased more
than 331-3 per cent, while eggs which
in 190 sold wholesale at Uic remunera
tive price of 17 cents per dozen were
in December, 1911, sold at the arbitrary
price of 49 cents per dozen. In 1806
Elgin butter sold for IS (cuts per
pound In December last year it
reached the unprecedented price of 36
cents per pound.
Considered in connection with a bul
let in issued bv t he department of com
merce and labor only a few days ago
presenting facts to show that not since
1907 have food animals been so plenti
ful as now, the statement Of market
men that the record breaking high
prices arc caused b a shortjfge of cat
tle is not taken seriously.
Will Be U&ed in Suit.
Tht facts contained in Tuesday's re
port will in large measure he used bj
Attorney General Wickershnm gs a ba
sis for his new action to dissolve the
beef trust. In making this investiga
tion, which covers a period of twenty
two vcars, agents of the department
visited praeticallv every packing estab
lishment and oven areai source of oth
er food supply in the United States. As
the prices presented are those at which
food commodities are sold wholesale
the increased cost of living a.s present
ed cunnot be laid to the avarice or
greed of the retailer.
The most remarkable jump in prices
Occurred in the pork market. J n IS97
pork sold at $S.90 a barrel, the low
water figure for the twenty-two years
In 1010 pork rose to $--'1.73 a barrel,
the rise for the thirteen venrs with sev
eral minor fluctuations being gradual.
In January! 1911, the price TA';l quoted
at $22.47. it rose to $'J7.j in Febru
ary and then began a gradual decline
until it reached $1 7.Gf.
In 1890 western salt, beef COuid be
had from the wholesaler at $19 per bar
rel R December. 1911, it had jumped
to $.10 per barrel.
Jump in Cheap Meats.
Short ribs, sides of bacon, the cheap
est meat listed, cost least in 1891)..
when the price dropped to 4.7 cents a
pound. Its maximum wholesale price
was in 1910, when tlie price went to
12.9 cents o pound. Throughout irii
the nrice honored between U corns ami
B4 cents. A gradual decline followed
daring the last six months in 1011 and
continued until the .jump in price reg
uttered during the present year.
Mutton has been more consistent in
ils rise am' fall than any other class
of meal. Its lowest price Was reached
In 1$W at a fraction over f cents a
pound Ten cents was its highest fig
ure' in 1010 and during the last year it
has fluctuated between 7 cents in Iun
uary to 7 cents in May. Lard, hides
and tallow, three other, beef In st prod
ucts, kopl pace in high pries with the
Hides reacbod their maximum whoit
sale cum in Uocomber, 1011, the final
month of 'he report at 16 rents per
pound. Their lowest wholcsule price
was 6 2-5 cents a pound in 1804.
The jpmp in tbe wholesale price pi
lard from IM)7. when it could be pur
chased for I --o cents per pound, was
a little mote than 17"i per cent in 1910
when the Irust vns demanding I'-'1..
cents a pound, After twenty-to years
tallow reached ita high water mars in
(Continued on Page Two.)
Actor Slaver Must Die
Of) S 4 J
New Trial Is Refused
- CHARLES S. JORDAN AND WIFE HE SLEW.
Man Who Killed Wife and
Shipped Dissected Body
Will Be Executed.
Special to The Tribune.
I OSTON, Mass.. June 2. Charles s
Jordan, well-known actor, who killed
hi wife at Somervllle Mass, in 1009.
must pny the death penalty The United
States supreme court has refused to
grant him a new trial Jordan claimed
that he was denied a constitutional trial
because one of the jurors who sat in his
ense was found to be insane twenty-four
hour.'" a iter the verdict was handed In.
Jordan s terrible crime was discovered
when he attempted to slilp the. dlssocted
body from Bonton to New York In a
trunk, which arrived at the pier too late
for the iioat The suspicions teamster
In charite of the trunk had a policeman
open it. and Jordan was arrested and
convicted on circumstantial evidence
FOR THE WIFE
Marriage Annulled Because TIus
banl Broke Promise to Be
M arried by Priest
By International News Service.
KINGSTON, N Y.. June 2. Justice Ai
der I beater, presiding In one of the moa)
remarkable cases ever tried before the
supreme court, has granted an interlo
cutory decree of annulment to Mrs. Mary
The court holds that her husband.
James E. Davla, obtained her hand by
fraud and deceit In that he refused to
have , ceremony performed bj a Catho
lic priest after promising bis bride to
Although they were married by a
Protestant clergyman in New Baltimore.
N. v., on December IS, 1911, ihe Davlaas
parted soon after the ceremony. Her
marriage unrecognized by iier church,
resulted in the excommunication of Mis. i
Darvls and she finally appealed to the
romts to have tee union declared void.
T)i J'rhle testified that she had plead
ed with Davis to have s second cere
mony performed "T-iui he always re-
fused.' she tpld the cour:. "He said he
had no such intention even when he made
ni tlie promise! he only said that to
ABLAZE AT HER DOCK
LIVERPOOL Iun 8, A serious fire
broke out on 'he Cunard steamer Car
mania, lying at her dock this afternoon
Tlie fire, which waa extinguiahed this
evening, was confined to the saloon quar
ters, which practically were destroyed
The damage is estimated at thousands
of dollars. The hUll was not Injured, but
a large quanUtj of cargo aboard bus
probably been badly damaged by water.
The origin Ol the Hre Is not known. The
scheduled Bailing of the Carmanla. .lune If,
hsii been canceled.
Th- Carmanla bac a narrow escape
from total destruction' The flames tow
ered abo c t he bridge nnd smoke poured
from every aperture amidships At one
lime volumes of smoke arose from si
dtfferept points, so rapidly did the flann s
work from cabin to cabin
Several tugsi esBBe t tbe assistance of
the firemen and so mubh water was
poured Into the vc-! thai spe listed
heavlt$ and was prevented from capals
iiiv only bj her moorings, Much appre
hension was caused by report that th
Carmanla bad Ipoo barrea of oil aboard
The whole diulns and .reception saloons
and a cecal portion at the superstruc
ture were destroyed. Repsdrs llkeb will
Occupy two months..
.m anii.a. June " - Tbr small steamer
Huiu;;- has .fdundvred near Kamboangat
Mindanao. Tlie chief off leer w as drowned i J
the others were saved.;. . '. J
SWT OF TITANIC
Widow of Russian Statesman
Avers She Has Communi
cated With Major Butt.
By International News. Sen ice.
WASHINGTON; June'-. The inner
and most conservative circle of fashion
able society in Washington was aston
ished by the announcement lixlay that
one of its most brilliant and exclusive
members, Madame Margaret DeMeis
ner. widow of a distinguished Russian
statesman and scholar,' has become a
In making this announcement Mine.
Meisnor said she had been in communi
cation with the spirit of Major Archi
bnld Butt, who waa lost ou the Titanic,
and that she had conveyed a message
from him to President Taft.
"I do not see ghosts," said Mine. Le
Meisner today, ''but 1 can hear spirits
when they speak to me. frequently
the voices conic when I am sifting or j
' I 1 1 ii v o bad many messaea from vic
tims of the Titanic. One that came
from Major Archibald Bum on pnl
-I was a private message for Presidenl
Tat'r which I have communicated to
him I am nre the message must nave
been a c mi fort to the president in his
"Major Butt stated that when, after
' falling into a great gulf, as it were, he
came to bis senses standing in the pres
ence Of William T. Stead. Prank .
Millet, and sudor Straus.
i ' We had bo idea thai we bad died,'
1 aid, 'and were thunderstruck wh -u
someone told ns we were in the other
(world. I think it ivae Mr Stead who
' remarked that there was no such thing
Lis- dyipg. It ia simply marvelous, the
paaaagc From life to what men call
death. Tell the president that I am
I " 'On April 26 Mr. stead spoke to
I mo in joyfnl tone-.' continued Major
Bui t. 'He said thai the first i wel
come him oil tlie other aide was .Ii lia,
on whose letters he had written 0 book. '
"I asked Major Rutt if be bad met
John Jacob Astor, said Mmc. Meis
ner, ' ' but be said, no.
WILL CANCEL BONDS OF j
MEN WHO BET ON RACES
SPOKANE, Wash., June 2. Repre
t-e'itali' of ed rn. l'.ui(finK companies
doing business in ibin city havj nn-
nonnced tbi-l they havo determined to
camel the bonds of ans peison bonded
with them;who Is known to place a bet
on the races. The bonding companies
win bsVe a representative al the Alan
track to watch riw betting ring, it was
announced thai the losses of the bonding
companies since the opening of the Alan
meeting nayc been heavy.
NEGROES BURN I
AND LOOT TQWN I
Hjf TiO I
Cuban Insurgents Continue i
Their Depredations Almost ;H
in Presence of Troops
Sent to Destroy Them. H
FEDERAL GENERAL H
IS STILL INACTIVE H
Rebel Leaders Exact Contribu- 'H
tipns of Arms and Money
From Property Owners
Under Threats. H
HAVANA, June 2. General KsiAnc-z,
the rel leader of Die nesro insure
c-nrF. has captured and burned
the town of Lamaya, on the
brunch line nf the Cuban railroad.
thirtv miles from Santiago. The govern
;neni gave out this Information tonight
A column of regulars, commanded b
.Major Sangufjly, had occupied Lamays
for foe last two days, hut sallied forth
last evening in search of Insurgents. H
Hardly had ih- regulars left when Bs JA
tenoz wilh Krio men attacked the hand- 'M
ful of rurales. Citizens arrned themselve?
and attempted to oppose the Insurgents, j
but were compelled to retreat. losing sev
oral wounded. Estenog then entered the
town, whic he sacked and burned.
The flames were seen by Major San
gulIyS command, which hastened hack,
but found the town destroyed. The in VM
surgenta retired into the hills. Lamaya
was a small place f ompo.-ed of about
seventy bouses, the Inhabitants of whlcfj VM
were mostly negroes. H
Encounters Reported. jiB
Cmcounters between rcKulars and rebel? BBBBBa
are reported to ha e taken place near
Daiui'lri and al other places without de-
dSlve results. Ihe srenerol forward move-
ment or rhe Cuban troops apparently 1 H
Still deferred, pending completion of th
disposition of the troops ordered by Gen-
eral Monteagudo. H
Reports from the scene of hostilititt
BS) the rebel leaders continue to cxad
contributions of arms and money from H
property owners, who are mostly foreign
ers. under threat of applying the torch H
The government is making strong effort. i
to supply plantation guards, but seeming. I
ly lacks suffh lent men without depleting
the ranks of the troops In active serv-
General Monteguado in a statement t' 'H
t he government says ife has had no loss? H
up to the present, which is due lo (lie H
tactics of the rebels, who decline com- H
bat. firini; a few lotiR-ranse shots on th lf
approach of Ihe troops and then mptdtj
retiring to the hills. General Men tea
gudo says that within a short time hi
expects to deliver a crushing blow and
adds that he does not need further re
inforeements. White Women Attacked. iH
The government received a dispatch to
night from San Luis, stating that no
groes entered a hamlet near that place.
attacked three white women and looted
the Storea This apparently is within the
lines of the regular troops.
The judge of Instructions of Guanla. H
nemo today Issued a formal proclama
tion of Indictment ou the charge of re- ,flH
hellion against General Estenos, General H
Ivonel and forty followers, whose names H
are given. H
Rumors with a vagus basis continue to H
be circulated of an uprising in Havens IH
province it is aliened that hardware H
dealers recent l sold several thousann
knives, daggers and machetes to negroes.
All the police and rurades in Havana are
on reserve duty. H
The reporl yesterday of the captur
near Daiquiri of the Americans. Wheeler
and Cellisier. proves to have ben un-
ANNEX A TION TALK
BECOMES COMMON H
Bv International News Service,
WASHINGTON, June -Aroused by ;llH
the state of anarch) that exist? through jH
out 'uhd. Senator Kail of New Mexico IjM
today expressed the firm belief that the
time la not far distant when the Unitsd fH
States must anii-x that Island and ad
minister Its affairs. An astonishing sen
tlmsnl in favor Of annexation was found
among members of congress today. illH
Intervention In Cuba vui lH
an enormous burden upon the people of H
the country. Ii Is foolish of ua to main-
tain order without ales. -lute po- JH
.said the senator. "The time Will H
be here when we must take hold
It will certainly be economical H
for and it will add to the peace nnd PH
snfet of ihe people in Cuba." H
Senator Mar. us A. Smith of Arizona
convinced that the United State
should annex Cuba
,. ought to have taken and let
th, othsr Islands akine In the firai
place.' Senator Smith. H
Said Senator Bhrarideges of ConnectI- H
"Of ail th former Spanish posses- H
Blons, Cuba i" the only one that would H
have been of real vafue to us. Lying in H
position to guard the Tanama canal. It H
would be S Ri'eat protection to the Unit- H
Sanatoi Borah of Idaho. "Conditioni
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