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MLXXXVI., NO. 46. SALT LAKH CITY, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, -1912. ' 14 PAGES FIVE CENTS. ,
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k TO BEGIN
-.er Convicted of Murder
SKrly Eleven Years Ago
JjBeased From Sing- Sing;
- the" GRIM PRISON
Little Woman Who
feafeed Him While Under
SBlcnce ol Death VYail
'tiding With Dinner.
Y0KK' Xov' -S The barred
ftsjiwloor of Sing Sing swuug open
yfor Albert f. Patrick this aftcr
'ujsBaoon. 'Bxacfly 4:2,1 o'clock the lawyer.
cor nearly eleven years "was
bjK'up in the gray walled prison,
HI of the murder of William
AJP'ce JS millionaire client,
Bont a free man, pardoned by
vtsSKtbc release of Patrick there be-Tjfc-Jong
deferred honoymoon with
avc-hcarled little woman who
; vHHL bim fu years ago when lie
-Ipcn to tho Tombs aftcr-his sen
tho electric chair. In tlic
tBeiit redely for him at Io. 180
IsbE avenue Patrick, after a
iHsutomobilc rule from Ossining,
JJnu tonight to a Thanksgiving
j2with Mrs. Patrick, Thomas
,fj8u cx-convict released a year
BGovcrhor Dix, who has worked
URC'' W'n'"ff 's frct'dom to get
r.kKvc1" out of prison; ITeury Har
JjHerehanfc of Peek-kill; George
omH' messenger in Governor Dix's
Jpnil a woman chum of Mrs. Pat-
wt Reunion. . .
Bous reunion it was for the
5s SB, "who for years stood in the
i&M'.of the electric chair. Patrick,
himself from the world, say-
he had no word to offer until
$ Kt4'rcgaincd his perspective. ' de
' fjlKiraself to a feast sweetened by
'Beath of freedom, unexpectedly
Kjitrick emerged from Sin- Sing
3fcc showed the superb nerve that
jMfod by him in his loug contino-
ic pathway leading to the
April, 1!U2, the lawyer ap
be the picture oc health. Ilia
firm, his frame unbent. Al
triflo more bahl than when
snapped behind him in the
lie, his hair is as black as
lout a tinge of gray to indi
oneion of worry. Not a fnr
u shows in his face. Jf the
2B homo down with the
his plight, his looks failed to
11 as Ever.
do you foci at being lib
wns'askcd of Patrick as he
utsidc tho prison door,
lo illumined the cx-lawycr 's
t) replied with alacrity: ' .
I as well as T ever did."
- was told that tho world
0 hoar something from him
1 of hiH idea of tho future,
Z in his life, in the prison.,
no,'" came tho quick response,
ot. talk now. 3 don't think I
say anything. 1. havo been
oars in prison." ho said coldly.
e from my long incarceration
ust havo lost my perspective of
3c world. Judgment dictates
Jgaiu. that perspective before. J
poumy ruturo plans.''
'pect always to continue the
r vindication and to clear my
1 JiK Patrick went on. with a snap
TffiK i"-v's' " ' do";L 1(:cl vcl10'
j5j?TFard auy one. My philosophy
$ot(fiM W Ow is , " and
r'i"JK Bul'ICfl bis words, "that I'm
K14 to wife, who is sick and
rfDKcralcd lmia stopped bhort and
nltflBtn vcrR o) ;t breakdown.
tfWM? lc pulled himself up and with
j Hniilo exclaimed: " f feel good
'jgqK; of this. I've always!
'8P'"ts up, Now J. can't say
7'fK-,l,3,0 P''Mn was a battery of
nSmoioVrs. When PaL
fVK'etl thijiii hj Bhrank back, but
if p Kv1Jr,?c,1 lhal Uo pose, he ro
4BLa.ld it. The cameras' clicked
rjtmK ik with a wave of his hand,
nflHf. V10 "utoinobilo.
i'--SSLl-r.1 tl'0 P'''s "Warden
WOMAN WHO PUTS
I STOP, TO SLANDER
Brings Action Against Pub
lisher and Author in London
v for 'Criminal Libel.
Special (ablc lo Tlic Trilmiie.
LONDON. ov. L'S .Madame Stcinhcil.
r.-ho waa actiuiltcd !u tlio French courts
scvcriU years ago of the charge of niur
durinK her husbtuul. aprcnr;il In the L)n
Jou courts today, luohlnp: oh attractive
in appearand f.a over, to prosecute licr
action against 'Werner Iaunc. tlio jmb-lit-hcr,
and II. 1.. Adama. an an Hi or, for
libel. " She looked so young that the
French reporter, who knew her when
she came into uuturlcty through the' mys
terious death of President Fjuic of
France, mistook her for her daughter.
Mme. Stctnhcll demanded heavy dam:
ages because 'of Insinuations ih Mr. Ad
ams's hook, "Women and Crime," .that
-Sl'fi. ififfi'dlty of thcjuurclcr of hrr hus
band and mother. """Counsel for Laurie
and Adams apologized humbly.
Tho court declared thai, in view of the
verdict of tho French jury acr-iilttlng
Mine. StoiubeH. the statements were en
tirely unwarranted and consented to an
Injunction against the further publica
tion of the look. It was further said that
the defendants had agreed to pay Mine.
Stolnhcll a i-ertain sum of money, the
oxact amount, however, being kept sc
crcl. in liquidation of the damages. Mme.
Stelnhell, whose i-alun was once tho cen
ter of he literary, artistic and political
world of Paris, Is now living In seclusion
In Sunov. She says she brought this
suit In order to ntop for all time further
iittackH such a.-? those In Adams's book.
TAKE NEW TACK
Put Acids and Black Sticky
Fluids oi Various Kinds in
LONDON", Nov. S. Tho Ingenuity or
the militant sun'ragolte party baa broken
out in. a new direction and In a manner
likely to cause inconvenience and loso to
thousanda of pnrsonB.
It took tho form tonight of an organ
ized raid on 'the -pillar letlcr boxen
throughout the city of tiondon. in the
.woat ond. and many of the. suburbs, and
alHo In sovoral provincial, towns. Includ
ing Birmingham aild 'Nottingham,
j- When tho postmen went on their cven
ilng roundB to collect .tho .let tors,, they
discoverer In the box'va. acids and bkmk,
sticky fluids of varloiis'kind. in siomc
enfcea lnllaminahlo matiiarauch as rags
ioaked In paraffin.
Ah a. result "of this. ; the oddrcss on the
letters in. a, large number of eases were
partly or wholly oblilciatod; The out
rages wore carefully organized. The
method generally employed wan tho
thrusting Into the box of long unacaled
envelopes containing an open bottle of
iluid. Another. method was to -pour adds
nd varnishes 'into the ho.cs by means or
India, rubber, tubing. In a few cases the
uontcnta of the pillar -boxen were cct on
'llNot a ulngtc arrest has been made up
to a laic liour tonight, but 'po'llco have
been detailed to watch all the boxoa.
BLANCHE "BATES" WEDS
rOHK, Nov., "SS. Mls-s Blanche
Lvon Jiates, actress and Gcorgn Creel,
nollec eommlB-loner of Driver, were mar
lod todav at Mlwi Jlalca's- country horn,,
n New Castle, a FUhiirb. Tho cmv.mony
vus wltno-ucd by a company of literary
Jd theatrical people from all porta of
.dT'Siamln B. UndBoy of Denver
Ww an" UBhur, Tbl ii evening there wau
a i-Mntlon Jid tmnduct In Manhal tan.
By IvlcnrTitional tfemi Service.
rsMUY'roWS. N. V Nov. 2S.-1-01-lowi'ng
tho uhuiJ yearly cuslom of giving
to cmployeca toduy.
HRYAN TO MEET
WILSON ON HIS
President-Elect Will Also
Take Counsel With a Num
ber of the Democratic m
IN THE ANTILLES
Has No Fixed Programme,
but Vanics His Pleasure
With -lhe Days as' ,
HA-.MlliT.ON. TIcrmnda. Nov, 25.
Wood row "Wilson has written a
letter lo William Jennings Rryan4
inviting him to a conference af
ter Mr. Wilton returns from Ber
muda. Tho president-elect wishes to consult
with Mr. Bryan an one of the leaders
of the Democratic party, but he will
lake counsel with a number of tho Dem
ocratic leu d era also.
It is definitely announced that Mr. Bry
an is noi coining to Bermuda and that
ho has not been invited to do so.
After the Thanksgiving dinner today
Mr. and Mr. Wilson went driving audi
In the evening attended an amateur per- !
formancc of '"Our Mutual Friend." I
Being president-elect of the TJnltod
Stutes and being merely Woodrow "Wil
son, an American clli.on In search of
1 lie real of a. British colony In mlil-occau,
do not differ In tho slightest uei;ree.
Governor Wilson amis recalling today his
previous vucutJoijs In the Bermuda.4) when
as president of Princeton university he
sought rest and iuiet here.
Finds Needed Rest.
"It's not a bit different," he said, as
ho stood on the veranda of his home.
"Everything ia the s-.irnc a.s before. Many
inoro people .laive called-to' be siir'cf but
V am having ju.t the kind of vacation
I' wanted with plenty of rest and exer
cise." Tho president-elect has no fixed pro
gramme on any day. Tfe varies his. vn-
cation pleasures with tho days as they
come. Often ho sleeps a long time and
on rainy afternoons hc takes an addi
tional nap. His correspondence Is neg
ligible. Mis secretaries at home were
instructed to aend mall only of the most
urgent character and to date they have
not aent a single letter.
The governor says he feels greatly im
proved in health and as distant from the
whirl of the campaign as if it closed
three years ago Instead of two wiscks.
Perhaps one of tho greatest pleasures
his vacation has given him Is in regain
ing the privacy of tho family circle.
Bonnuda has brought back the domes
tic side of life to the governor und the
best proof of its enjoyment is a. glimpse
of tho cosy parlons of the "Wilson home,
where each night in an atmosphere of
books and companionship the family
group may be seen.
Th absence of newspapers make3 the
island a particular delight for Governor
WHnon. Ffc admits that -when he was
thinking of a place in which to escape
things political, he thought immediately
of Ucrmuda, not only because politicians
would kcop their distune but because
not even the dally nuwupaper invades th:
quaint stillness of the little archipelago.
The local papurs are trl-woeklies . and
contain meaner ca.ble dispatchcH, usually
very Httlo about tho United Stales. Tho
governor did not know until Tuesday,
for hiutancu, tho reuuit of the Yale--harvard
Reads Headlines. ,
ITc Ih plwused with tho' absence of
newspapers, though when the steamers
did bring in newspaper.1! he scanned the
headlines, read approvingly of the con
viction of the "gunmen" In Xow York:
marveled at the story of the armed
maniac who terrified a police station full
of people in 'Ios Angeles, and cast a
non-committal oyc on tho political styles
that mentioned his future cabinet.
One thing the governor read which
pleased ldm wa3 President 'J'aft'a toast
lo him at the TOtus club dinner on No
vember IS. In New York.
Jt' appears quite likely that before In
nuguration nci.vt March, the president
elect and the president will moot in the
iiHtloiial capital, (Jovernor Wilson av!11
bo lwssing through "Washington on his
viy to and from tha Jubilee celebration
nt his birthplace, Staunton, Va on De
cember 2F. If he docs not stop at' Wash
ington at that timo hc will dou tit lean bo
in Washington B'obruary 'Ms, when he will
attend thn dinner given by ihu Gridiron
club, at which President Tail Is expected
to be present.
IN THE BADGER STATE
7.IADIHON. Wis., Nov. 2S. The pro
posed woman's suffrage amendment hi
Wisconsin was defeated at tho. recant
olccllon by a mnjorlty of '.11,478, accord
ing to tho official returns, the compila
tion or which was announced today. The
total vote on the proposed amondment
waa 135,5-16 for and 7,01M agalnet, Tbrc.o
other aiuomlmetlls Voted on at thu recent
Government Has Completed
Introduction of Testimony
and Will Close Today
PUT INTO RECORD
Fourieen of the Accused Men
Must Give New Bonds in
Place of Those Indemni
fied or Go lo Jail.
INDIAN XAPOLTS, Xov. -S.Tho ov
eminent lias completed its presenta-l
turn of testimony at thu " dynamite
District Attorney -Miller announced
today the yoverumout would cud to
morrow or Saturday. Then the defense
will bejrin its raso in denial ol! the
charges that the -15 men on trial aided
in tho McXamara dy.uamite plots by il
legally transporting explosives on jias-'
sender 1 rains.
Mr. Miller served notice that tomor
row hc would insist on a prompt on
forceuicnt of the court's ruling that the
bonds of l'l of the defendants are in
valid because tlioy are indemnified.
Attorucvs for the defendants said they
had been cndcavorine; to procure new
bomb and if tho court insists on im
mediately producing new bunds. aR'gro
gatinjr moro than :S-'100,000, the iiicu will
have to bo confined in .jail between
sessions of the court.
Mr. Miller said further question
would be raised, as lo the bonds of
Frank M. Ilyau and John T. Hullcr,
president and. vice president respective
ly of t.ho iron pothers union.--.,
Identified Fugitive. '.
Telling of an explosion at Xortli
Uaiidall, Ohio. 'on IMarch 20. 1 pJ 1 , when
.$50,000 damage was done to an ore
converter by nitro-glycuriue, Kdward
Colo today testified be heard the noise
in bis store a mile and a half away
and with a lantern and a revolver lie
ran down t.ho road.
On the way, ho said, be met a man
running away from the explosion. Ask
ed if the man was in the court room,
Colo pointed at George (Nipper) Au
dcrson, of Cleveland, saying: "lie's
Seven persons were named by Robert
G. M. Rofs ns having known of a plot
to blow up buildings in construction iu
Detroit iu J9I(J. Ross, now employed as
a mechanic by the government in Ha
waii, testified that Hiram Clinc, of tlio
carpenters' union, bad confided to him
that. $100 had been paid to Charles
Waclitmcistor of tho iron workers'
uuion, "as the carpenters' share of tho
expenso of the explosions. ; '
Talked Too Much.
The v.ilncss said the, explosions did
not occur "because Wachtmoister talk
ed too much."
.Later, hc said, b"rank ,1. Murphy,
flliiTcnce J'- Dowd, William I. Bcnr.on
and Spurgcoju P. Meadows, all indicted
union ofb'eiala, wore present wheu the
money paid to jWachlinuistor was dis
"When objection was made to tho
mention of ,L, A. Ioe), financial sec
retary of au Iron Workers' union, the
court allowed tho testimony to be
offered on the representation 03' tho'
dintrict attorney that it had "boon
shown "Xool was a eo-conspiiator."
!Nss said he had Tjccn called to a
mooting of union ofllcialH and accused
by them of beiny employed as a apy
by non-union builders, and that "the
brothers wanted him lo take Tiidical
JiO!?s declared he denied tho charge,
but warned thou thu proponed explo
sions li would mujco a big noise."
Boston Man Accused.
Frank '.I. lliggins, Boston, was ac
cused of having admitted that the
blowing up of the tower of- tho munici
pal buildings at Springiicld, Mass., on
April -I, .1011, had cost :f.'t00 by a wit
ness at tho trial today.
Daniel "vV. Gallagher testified that
after tho explosion lliggins admitted ho
had gone to Hartford, Conu., to estab
lish an alibi, and lliggins had suid thu
explosion cost tho Iron Workers' union
t.'JOO. Tim witness also testified Hiy
gius told of tnmblo which Michael
Young, J ron Workers' ijnion official nt;
Boston, had hud iu tryinc to nniouizo
tho Springtiokl inb.
Orlic McMauigal confessed lie
actually caused thu explosion anil Te
ceived'pay for it.
Salt Laker in New York.
Special to Thu 'labium.
2JT3W VOIMC, Nov. 2S. Imperial,
Miw J: V, O'Meara.
PAPA BELMONT IS ANGRY
ej ' &
SON MARRIES AN ACTRESS
Papa Did the Same a Few,
Years Ago and Doesn't
Regret It, but
By International XcW3 Service.
NiiW XOltlv. :Xov. 8. That there
arc. certain distinctions which
should be mado when choosing a
wlfo from among tho prcat hevy
of popular actresses in New York,
i evidently tho opinion ot August Bel
mont, who married Eleanor Tlobson, wno,
up to Iho time of lier marriage a few
years ago, was 0110 of the most lauded
emotional' actresses on tho Great While
The announcement of tho marriaRo of
bis fion, Raymond Belmont, to JStbel
Lorraine, a popular show sjlrl, has
plmuced the multimillionaire traction
magnate into a state of rase, from which
It Is doubtful hc will soon emerge.
A. Jersey City minister has admitted
that he performed the ceremony which
mside the younsr pair man and wife,
naymond and bis pretty bride cannot hc
found. All newspaper Interviewers are
j greeted by forbidding growls and scowla
whonevor tbc approach "Papa" Bcl
niouL and.lt is KaM thai be has notified (
bis ayn that tluitiyouni,'iinnirs'allowancci
will "be cut off 'iiumedlutcly.
FiJ!ty-.Mife .U.'ilc Swoops -Along-l.ho
CbiisL: Two Jn dies ol!
Snow in New York. .
By International News Service.
2s EW YORK. Nov.' S. New York
exporicnecd its first blast of wintry,
weather this "seuion when snow, accom
panied by a decided drop in tempera
ture, oamo ripping up the Atlantic
coast 011 a fif-mile gale So severe
was the 'storm thai tho weather bureau,
soul, out warnings to all shipping to
remain in port.- Tile storm was espe
cially severe along 'the Virginia and
Carolina coasts, but ub reports of, dis
asters to shipping huvc thus tar been'
Havoc was wrought to all.-lines of
communication in much of the torrilory
5011th of Washington., now-fell today
all along the coast, -from Georgia to
Connecticut j.and more 'precipitation
and colder Weather is Tredicted. for to
morrow forho cntiro Atlantic coast
. Tu Is'ew Voile City, two inches ol! snow
fell early in the day ami with Iho aid
of the freezing temperature remained
on tho ground. The gaTo caused little
iuconveuienec to .shipping ia. Urol har
bor as two-thirds of the boats wero tied
up owing to the holfdity, ' '
BY BUCK - DEER
Turk Snpcriiilemlenl. Hangs - On
lu-AuinmPs Ilorus N'onrly '
BOULDRR. Colo.. Xov.- S.- -IPor
fifty mioutos K M.. Smith, siipcrjn
loudeut.. c ChautuiKpja .park, fought
barehanded with an'oVir'ngvl buck deer
this n:o.niug and was.sav.l from death
by tuy aiiivul of parlc attoiifjunt! who
heard his erica for -Help.,,
Smith wont to .the onclosiitc iu which
this one deer was. CUHfW'd oa his-mopi-iug
feeding irjVwl.iX'j'ho buck. , dashed
at him dth-?lv(yujlluiail-. Tho supcr
intendontasavcilhtmself for almost nu
hour byhagguig o-tho ilcor's untlers.
Tho fuViojtisJucir. tqssed him inlothti
air .audlk-lfetlT 8fnith tc tho "ground
timo and ligTfTif.rlcliking four ribs and
his loft uru.V v. t
E'St6riGtofdonv Dfos. v '
OlvOLQN'V llcb.v-4Niy. S. After- an
UbUOclStutfH Senator Jatims Gor
don. iiKcdp0,dirjd hcrd tt'day..- The fu-'
ueiiil u:lir falu"pUieo Krldw noniimr.
Ills-tfcittliwaa'due in i)illnn'Ulc.Mor old
Raymond Belmont and "Wife.
f I II SUED
i mm smds
Youthful' l-I li liters Make Dis-
coveiy 011, Shores of Great
' v; Salt Lake.
Half buried In the 'drifting sands of
the- desolate alkali desert, tlio body of
a man was found within a few hundred
yards of tho water's edge" of tho Orcal.
Salt lake, seven miles north of the Sull
lilr railroad, according to the story of
four young men who we're bunting yes
terday. ' They made" a report of their dis
covery to the police last night.
The hungers, who were" in 'search of
jack-rabbits;' said thalHho man was of
medium sIko and was dressed In a light
stilt of clothes, iL.lluht -bat. and low-cut
shoes. They, did nut observe -any evi
dence -of violence. A" letter ' which they
found In a pocket ' was turned over to
Hie police. Through Jls use ua a clue,
It wus found that there is a chance that
the nuin( might have beeiP .Joseph Kvaiif,
1:11 til a few monthsiago a .gardener for
.1. .r. Daly. Sty "ICiist South Teinplo strecl.
lOvnns 'was-a . Welshman. '". who loft Salt
Lake to. go to Santa .-Monica, Cal.. about
Soptcmbcr I, after bearing .'that a brother
living there, a .tailor-by trade, had died
and 'left au estate of $100l.'lo which the
Salt Lake man. ailclr..-Uo Is said to
have returned to Salt Lakc, though no
oiiu", could lu! found, lust night who had
seen him since his return. .
Tho lottci-'found ' on the body was nd
dresscil tna local nuiil-carrier, who ex
plained that - ho had given it to Evans'
In order that the latter might have hjs
address in case he should jvlHlr to write
to the postman. The letter, was from a
clothing establishment In Utlca. N.
and was a Vccclpt for tho payment of u
lil'l t or J3.70. It was dated .Tuly 25, 1912.
.The mall-carrier said that since giving
Evans thoNotter bearing the desired
address he bad received one note from
Ilia friend, dated Xampa.-lda.. about six
weeks go. SI nee then he bad lost track
Tiro youths who found the., body were
Wallace 15. J-tarry of ?4'j Belmont avenue.
CHfforil Zimmerman of 112:; Hlghlh- Kasl
otilect. 'Kdwln llennofer. of -ISO fourth
.East street and Ephralm' May of "its
.South. KirKt AVcst stroct. Two, of the
boys, . together' with a-man froni' the
Joseph William Taylor undertaking es
tablishment, wont out wltlwShorlff. Josep
C. Sharp to bring In thu. body last night,
leaving the city at 7:30 o'clock.
S'nerlfC Sharp and IiIh party had not
boon hen'rd from at il o'clock this morn
ing aiid Deputy ' Sheriff C. Xi. Slicttler
went -In starch af thorn in a smmd auto
mobile. Whether tho searchers hod
found their nucst a b'owllderlmr-'ojic In
I he dark or whether sonio accident hnd
dolaycd them on their' way through a
feetlon. parts of which are mado almost
iniptujsablo by sloughs ..and hogs, 'could
only be guessed at by those who wero
avraiting-word from-thoui, (
Ml DEFIES I
THE IIUSTRIIS; I
Outburst of Patriotism
in Vienna Over the Ac
tion of the Govern
ment in Arranging for
the Mobilization of the
Austrian Army; Situa
tion Admittedly Crit
ical. GENERAL WAR MAY H
BE CLOSE AT HAND ! I
Conference Between the
"Turks and Bui gars in
Front 'of Tchatalja
Lost' Sight of for the
Time Being; Servia
Will Fight for Fort. I
DURAZZO. Albania, Nov. 28. 1
The Scrviau troops occupied the j
town today. jNTo rcsistaucc was of
fcrcd. The Austrian-Lloyd steamer Graf
Wunnbraiitl loft immediately with '
a number of refvgecs.
Durazzo is the port 011 the Adri
atic vhicli Sovria desires to retain
and which Austria is determined jH
Servia shall not hold. lH
LONDON, Nov. 29. "Wj have 1
now. occupied, Durazr.o for pci-pc-
tuity,'' is the leloaram wliich IH
General Jankovitch, the Servian
r counnandcr, lias sent to the Bel-
The fact that tho Belgrade gov-
crnment lias made public this tele-
gram, says the Vienna correspond-
cut of the Dally Telegraph, is rc-
garded as proving Soryia'a irrccou-
r rlRXXA, Nov. 'JS, Much excite-
incut has been occasioned bv the
y aetiou of the governiiicnt' in ar- (
rallying for the mobilization of
the Austrian army which proves the
ministers' ilclerminutiou to be prcpar- ,
q( for any development iu the Balkan-
The iiarlianicniary lcadoi'B tonight
decide lo allow tho premier three
bills dealing with matters connected
with thu mobiliiCiitiou to ro to commit
too without tho customary first read- jfl
According to the Iv'euo Freic Prcssc,
thu premier, in. announcing tho bills jH
to tho procedure committee, told tho
parlinmoivtury leaders thcro was no
change iu tho international situation.
The Neuo h'rcie Presso regards this is
a 11 admission, that the situation i
Another incident commented oa as.
being of equal imjiortanco to the rccuut
visit to Berlin of General Schonniu. JM
chief of staff, is tho v'i3lt .of Ticld
Marshal Baron Von Iloctncntlorf, iu-.
spoetor gcnt'i-al of the Austrian army. jH
to llucha rost. whoro ho am veil ycHlcr
day as tho guest of King OhiirbjA. lie jH
bears an autograph loiter from the
Austrian omporor and will confer with
the liumauian chief of staff.
Au oxtraord'inary nioDting of the mu- '
uicipal council tonight made u demon
stratiou of gre,'it loyaltVj amid rous-1
iug cheers for the emperor and adopted jH
a manifesto declaring that utbc- mnin- k
tonauco of peace is -worth groat sacri
fices. but the economic iirosperily of
uations and the full blessings of In
dustry are only vouchsafed to slates
which nuiintaiu peaco not by dishonor- fl
ablo wcahness, but forcofutjy supiwrtcd
by the consciousness of a juat-cuuse.''" 'M
Al'lor tho meeting thouBunds of per- jl
suus formed iu procession , and singing
tho national and other patriotic. hymus,
marched to iho Dcutschmostor nionu- jl
ment, erected in IDOG.-ou the 00t.h an'
uiversary of tho Ilausregimontj iu
honor of their power, Tlnjbun?0 '
matter delivered a patriotic nddrcs:'- I1
ISSUE NOW RAISED jH
IN AN ACUTE FORM y.
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"LONDON1, Nov. 28. The Servians, ig- ' ?
norlng the 'proclamation of Albanian iu- ! 'H
dependence, have occupied the port or ' 'H
DurasBO wllhout resistance. This infor- f'H
matioii comes In a direct dispatch froi' iM
that town tonight.
Thus the conillct Is now raised In ac.i' ; HH
form between Austria and Scn'ia an' , I ll
remains to be scon whether thc.," U-H
trlan government will tulo any UI ,ci, U-i
action or wilt be content tu Ica'V- U1U 1H
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