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BIJaUERaUE EVENING CITIZEN,
AI.HUOUEKQUK. NEW MKX1CO, 1KIDAY EVENING, NOVEMHEU 17, 1!K5.
Outlook in Russia is More
Gloomy Than Ever
STRIKE SPREADING TO ALL
Organizations Including Bank
Clerks, Telephone Girls,
A FEW PENNIES
MORE; NO STRIKE AND
STRUGGLE FOR BARE LIFE GOES ON
Thirty Thousand Men, Women and Chil
dren in the Cotton Mills of Fall River
Escape Horrors of a
MANCM'RIAN ARV.Y IN MUTINY
St. Petersburg, Nov. 17, 2 p. m.
The outlook for an early collapse, of
the strike is more gloomy today The
situation is distinctly more menacing.
Councils of workmen's delegates, or
strike committees, are manifestly en
couraged by the extension of the
strike In St. Petersburg, various or
ganizations, Including bank clerks,
telephone girls and some professional
leagues, having voted to 101 the
Moreover, It is certain that the
workmens' council has received mys
terious supplies of funds, and conse
quently, they present a bolder front,
The workmens' council returned a
scornful reply to Cont WItte's per
sonal appeal to his "brother work
men." ridiculing the government's
profession of solicitude for the work
men, and renewing their demands for
Immediate abolishment of martial law
In Poland, etc.
Count WItte's attempt to negotiate
directly with the strike leaders has
come to naught, although he offered
concessions In the case of the Cron-
stadt mutineers In the event of their
being condemned to death. But
leaders refused all compromise. '
o nothing," was their response.
News from the provinces show that
practically no movement ' has been
started there In support of the gen
eral . Btrlke, but there Is a suspicion
that this may be only a lull of prep
arations. The social democrats and
revolutionists are keeping their plans
dark. Their organizations, lave rami
fications throughout the country, and
nt a Klenal thev might be able to
bring the Industries of the country to
Manchurlan Army Mutinies.
Mutiny in the Manchurlan army Is
the latest sensational rumor in this
city. According to report a dispatch
has been received from General Ltne
vltch, telling him of revolt among
the troops, which was suppressed only
after a regular fight In. which many
soldiers were killed and wounded.
TY,rtv.tw officers are reported to
havA hoen iihot for narticination In the
conspiracy. No confirmation of the
rumor Is obtainable from officials of
the war office.
I ihcraU Profoundly Depressed
Profound depression exists in the
Liberal camp. Many of the leaders
now believe that they made a fatal
blunder in rejecting WItte's request
for co-operation with the government
in working out reforms, as they there
by practically surrendered the leader
ship to the radicals, with whom the
liberals have as little sympathy as
they bad with the old regime. The
result is that the radicals are Intoxi
cated by a taste of power and are now
trying to drive the country to anarchy.
Public sympathy is rapidly aliens
ing itself from them, and ratlVr than
the present state of demoralization, a
'.arge portion of .the better classes
would almost prefer repression.
JEWS IN RUSSIA
GREATLY IN NEED
New York. Nov. 17. Jacob H. Schiff
of this city, today received the follow
ing cablegram from I.ord Rothschild
in London: "The Russian catastrophe,
according to details from Russia to
day, are far greater than was ex
pected. Outrages, murder, wholesale
robbery and incendiary ism are report
ed from eighty-four towns. So the
relief fund has a huge task to grapple
Mass., Nov. 17.-
There will be no
strike by the 30,
000 men, women
ton mills. The
unions and the
made an agree-
A Boy Opera
las. who intervened
crease amounting to a little more
River, tnan half that granted by Borden.
Give Them More.
Union men here say that Borden Is
lair to his employes. Rival manufac
lurjrs sav that he Is more favored
and children who DV operating conditions, and can af-
work in the cot- ford to be more liberal. Employers
claim hard times and trade condl
tions have undoubtedly been bettei"
but tbe stockholders in the various
mills receive dividends regularly.
ment, to last for They average 4 per cent. The stock
one year. The g held mainly by New Kngland peo
workers will get pie in moderate circumstances, and
few more pen- it j8 said that pressure brought to
nles for a day's bear by such stockholders npon the
labor, and many mill managements forced the wage
are rejoicing at compromise. .
the bare thought Strike or no gtrlke, the labor host
of being assured of men, women and children In this
of toll all of the dull, gray town are always hattllng
coming winter. for scant livelihood. Every one works
The strike of in Fall River husbands, wives and
laet winter lasted children. It' ha been so for years,
six months and Women more often support their bus
ended with the bands than husbands support their
operatives work- families. Piece work is the plan In
all the mills. A woman or child, ow
ing to deftness of finger, unknown to
men, can earn more at the loom.
School certificates are given chil
dren at 14, if efficiency In their stud
ies warrants it. If not. In order to
work, they are compelled to
ing at pay re
duced about 14
per cent, the em
that they would '
restore the cut when market
tions warranted the action.
A few days ago Matthew C. D. Bor- night school until they gain emciency
den, owner of some of the largest cot- or until they are of age.
ton mills, restored the cut in wages in Ten and one-half hours la work
full. When other employers betrayed day. Most of the workers continue to
no Intention of following suit, unrest run their machines through the lunch
quickly developed, and a general hour for added profits,
strike was threatened. This has Just More than one-half of all the work
been averted by a compromise Ju- ers are women and children.
Z' OJ v l I I ViY
III .i'C-'i 'I.I -
LOTS OF SUGAR
Warehouse Burned Hold
ing 10,000,000 Pounds
at RocKy Ford.
COST OF HEARST CAMPAIGN
Breaks Record in New York
Which Gov. Higgins
HE SPENT, HE SAYS. .S65.843
TYPICAL FALL RIVER COTTON MILL OPERATIVE FAMILIES.
Ford, Colo., Nov. 17. The mam
moth sugar warehouse of the Ameri
can Beet Sugar company at this place.
Is on fire. It is estimated tfaat ther
are 10,000,000 pounds of sugar la th
factory. The fire is practically under
control, but it may be forty-clfcht
hours before it will be safe to open
the warehouse to ascertain the loss.
It Is feared that the loss may run aa
higu as $3U0,000. but no reliable esti
mate can be made at this time.
peace, and jury, who sat upon the In
quest held this 17th day of November,
A. D. 1905, on the body of John Mur
nhv. or John F. Murnhv. found in nre-
auenci clnct No. 26, of the county of Uerna
MYSTERY SURROUNDS BREAKING
OF JOHN MURPHY'S
Tragic End of Santa Fe Boiler Maker at Green
rlotel-Dead Man Boxed at Elks'
Smoker Coroner's Inquest.
JORDAN FOUND MOTHER
BUT NOT HIS FA I HER.
New York, Nov. 17. Frank li. Jor
dan, son of the former comptroller of
the Equitable Life Assurance society,
th first witness today in the in
surance Investigation, lie testified at
he previous sessions that he did not
know the whereabouts of his father
or mother. He testified today that he
uas since that time, received a letter
from his mother in Canada, but that
she did not mention his father, and
ihat he is still in the dark regarding
his whereabout. Samuel S. McCurdy,
assistant registrar of the Equitable,
was the next witness called. He pro
duced vouchers for the legal expenses
t r the last ten years.
After a night of drunken carousal
with comrades, John F. Murphy,
bollermaker employed at the local
Santa Fe shops, returned to his lodg
ing place at the Green hotel at 821
South Third street at an early hour
this mcinlng, only to fall down stairs
and break his neck. The body was
found about 6 o'clock by Mrs. liatley,
daughter of Mrs. M. C. Green, who
conducts, the boarding house. The re
mains were removed to A. Borders'
undertaking parlors, where they
were viewed by the coroner's Jury.
Mrs. Bailey said that she started
upstairs shortly after 6 o'clock to call
the roomers, most of whom are em
ployes at the shops, and have to go
to work early. She found that the
door leading to the front stairs would
not open. It opened a little and then
something heavy held it. She then
went to the stairs in the rear of tbe
bouse, passed through' "the upstairs
hall, and descended the front stairs.
By the twilight of morning sne aia-
tlnguished the body of a man lying at i
the foot of the stairs, the feet rest
ing on the bottom steps and the head
pressed against the door in the cor
ner. .Mrs. Bailey said that she turned
on the light and Immediately recog
nized Murphy, and took hold of his
hand. It w as cold. To make sure taat
tbe man was Murphy, Mrs. Bailey tooa
hidd of the coat collar. As she dia
so the body quivered.
She called for help, and the body
was straightened out. Dr. Cutter, the
Santa Fe surgeon, was summoned, aud
pronounced the man dead. The neck
was broken, the bridge of the nose
was badly bruised and there was a
broad abrasion on tne left cheek bone.
The left ear was badly bruised and
lillo, find that the deceased came to
his death by reasons of accidentally
falling down the stairs of his rooming
house, at 821 South Third street, be
tween the hours of 9 o'clock p. m.,
November 16, and 6 o'clock a. rn., No
vember 17, A. D. 1905.
GrXJRGE P. CRAIG,
Justice of the Peace.
WALTER S. JONES,
JOHN W. NUCKOLLS,
C. A. GONZALES,
BETTER LATE THAN
NOT TO COME AT ALL
Rebate Suit Against Railroads
Brought March, 1902,
BEING HEARD FOR FIRST TIME
TO MAKE STEEL BY
Dr. Ilerciilt Over From France
to Establish First Plant
of the Kind
TEXAS FLOWER PA7.ADE
FAIR AND CARNIVAL
W. H. HULL DIES SUDDENLY
AT HIS PLANING MILL
W. H. Hull, one of tbe proprietors of
the Albuquerque Planiiig mill, located
on South First street, died rather sua-
at klu ntioa nf llllHilH'fcH St 1
..clock today. Mr. Hull's death came
at the end of a sinking spell, which
began at 11 o'clock, when he called
one of the employes from the mill
to the yard back of the mill where
he was working. He said that he was
jolng to die and would like to have a
rtoctor. Dr. W. G. Hope was called.
Ieatb was due primarily to tubercu
losis for which the deceased came to
New Mexico to escape eight years ago.
Th deceased was 3S years of af,
and has a family residing at 1217
South Broadwa-y. He also has a
brother residing here He was a mem
ber of the local c' (.enters' union. The
runeral will rrofably occur here on
corner behind the door. Dr. Cutter
said that In this case It might.
Another peculiar circumstance was
that Murphy did not sleep at home
last night, but this was easily ex
plained by his room mate, J. J. Dab
ney, who testified at the coroncv s in
quest that Murphy was in the habit
of staying away from home at night
The coroner's Jury found that death
was the result of an accident.
Murphy Waa an Habitual Drunkard.
Murphy's habit of looking too long
upon the wine while It was red, was
most likely the real cause of hia un
timely end. Mrs. Green, who con
ducts the rooming house where he
had been stopping since October 1,
said that he was In the habit of get
ting drunk every Saturday and laying
torpid with liquor, in his room, the
greater part of Sunday. Ills pay had
been garnisheed and he received no
check yesterday. This probably ac
counts for him staying at the hotel
the early part of the evening. His
room mate says he saw him at home
at S o'clock in the evening, and that
he was playing cards with one of the
shop employes stopping at the ureen
house. At that time he was sober, ac
cording to the statement of his room
mate, but Constable James Smith says
that he saw Murphy drunk at the
New York saloon atKiut 11 o'clock.
No one cau be found who saw him be
tween that time and the finding of
his body at tbe Green rooming house
Came From Philadelphia.
Murphy was shipped from Philadel
phia to Albuquerque last March, to
work In the local Santa Ke shops. His
room mate, ,. .1. Dabney, said that
Murphy had told him that he had a
mother and wife in the Quaker city.
the left eye was black and cut. I nu " i'" ""f " . ' n
cut was a three-cornered incision in ,' ''fleets of a little g.rl who called him
the outer corner, but apparently not brother. Among other eff.-cts found
. ... , . .. , on his nerson this morning were a
to have caused any serious Injury.
That the body fell with great force,
Is proven by the door buffer, which
the body must have struck ou reach
ing the bottom of the stairs, as it was
torn from the wall. Dr. Cutter stated
at the coroner's inquest that deatn
must have been iustantaneous. m
fact, coupled with the fact that the
body quivered when Mrs. Bailey
moved It, would indicate that the ac
cident occurred late this morning, and
it seems Btrange that some one at
the hotel did not hear the thud of the
Case First Looked Mysterious.
Murphy was somewhat of a fighter,
and the first impression received
from the circumstances which sur
round the case was that ho might
have been foully deal with. The
wound In his eye would Indicate that
he was bit with some square-ended
instrument. The stairs in the t.reen
bouse are of very easy ascent, with
a landing of five or six feet ' it
brt-adth, seven steps from the floor.
Murphy's hat wa.s found on this land
ing, with the crown stove in, and I
ha. (-smoked cigar was found on the
steps about half way between ttiw
floor ami t lie landing. It doesn't 10'W
plausible that a fall frm these ?.air
would ordinarily break a man'j'' neck,
but as the bead was wedged jatothe
Houston, Tex., Nov. 17. This is
the date for the great flower parade
which is to be held, here this after-
nooiin connection with the State
Pair and Carnival. It Is expected
to be the crowning event of the week
and thousands of visitors have come
here from all parts of the state to wit
ness the magnificent,, spectacle.
Judging from the large number of en
tries for the event It Is believed there
will be nearly a hundred decorated
vehicles of all kinds, drawn by horses
i Kansas City, Nov. 17. The hearing
of the railroad rebate case3 brought
by the federal government In March,
1902, on behalf of the federal govern
ment against the oanta Fe railway,
the Burlington, the Missouri Pacific,
and the Rock Island, was begun here
today in tbe United States district
court before Judge John W. Philips.
The arguments on behalf of the gov
ernment were presented by Milton D.
Purdy. assistant United States attor
ney general, and A. S. Van Valken-
burg. United States district attoreny
for the western district of Missouri.
The railroads named were originally
enjoined by Judge Philips for granting
alleged rebates on meat products,
salt and coal, and later contempt pro
ceedings were filed In the district
j court alleging that the railroad com'
or automobiles. In the parade, which
will start promptly at 2 o'clock this j panics had violated the court's enjoin
afternoon. A number of valuable ing order.
prizes will be awarded for the most
peautifully decorated vehicles in - ' MATCH GOLF PLAY
NOTHING NIGGARDLY ABOUT
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 17. William R.
Hearst, candidate iot mayor of New
York, on the municipal ownership
ticket, certified to the aecretary ot
state today that his total campaign
expenses were $65,843. This breaka
the. record for such expenses, which
was formerly held by Governor Hlg
glns, who spent during the last atat
campaign, $22,000. Hearst sayB that
he contributed all but $17,488 of
$83,331, which was spent by th
finance committee of the municipal
ownership league for the benefit of
all the candidates on the ticket.
OPPORTUNITIES IN RUSSIA.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 17.' Th
American Academy of Political and
Social Science will hold a session this
evening to listen to an address by
Baron Von Rosen, the Russian atobaa
sauor to the United Stales, on the
subject of "American Industrial Op
portunities in Russia." In the dia
cusslon which will follow the addreaa.
the following persons will take part:
Herbert H. D. Pelrce, Third Assist
ant Secretary of State; John Hay
Hammond of New York, George West
1 i-Hn..IIo. j,r Ptttahurir Melville K-
T. Hercult, technical director of the . Stone. general anager of the Aaao
French Klectro-Metallurglcal Society,1 elated Press; Henry C. Rouse, preafc
of La Pra, France, and the Inventor dent of the Missouri, Kansas & Texaa
of a well . known process of electric ' railway, and, Clarence Cary of New
smelting of metals, has been on a! or ' ' ' ' v '
visit to vanaaa ior in? purpose 'lr;r r DPI PI AIM
conducting experiments In electrical liLlK lU DLLulAni
smelting on behalf the Canadian gov
It will be recollected that the Do
minion government voted $15,000 for
such experiments, after D. Haanei's
EVER OPERATED IN AMERICA
Montreal, Que., Nov. 17. Dr. P. L
THRONE IS DEAD
-The Count of
Brussels, Nov. 17
Flanders, brother of
commission had reported upon thean(j heir to the throne, died at 11:30
European works where steel Is pro- j this morning. His death waa due to
duced by electrical processes. Tbe inflammation of the respiratory Of
Dominion experiments, from which gans. The count was born In 1837.
ABANDON THE CHASE
FOR WILLARD BANDITS
Special to The Citizen.
t Santa Fe, N. M., Nov. 17. The
big man hunt that has been go-
Ing on near Willard station on
T the Santa Fe Central railway, f
f in Torrance county, for the ban-
dits who on Monday night last IT
t held up the station agent at
t Willard and robbed him of a
large sum of money, has been t
t abandoned. Ganeral Manager S. B.
4 Grimsbaw. of the Santa Fe Cen-
tral, who was on the scene short-
ly after the robbery, with the
penitentiary bloodhounds, return-
ed to the city last night. The
dogs failed to make the scent,
owing to the trail being obliter
ated by a heavy frost. It Is now
believed that the robbers are far
away and that they will never
IN FALL TOURNAMENT
I Atlantic City, N. J., Nov. 17. The
first and second rounds in the match
play of the annual fall golf tourna
ment, held by the Country Club of
Atlantic City, are being played today
on the links of the club and a large
number of prominent golf enthusiasts
from New York and New Jersey are
on the grounds of the club to witness
the contest. The number of entries
is exceptionally large and as there are
some crack players taking part In the
tournament, good sport Is expected.
All matches consist of eighteen holes.
The semi-final and final rounds will
be played tomorrow. A number of
valuable cups are played for, among
them the Govenor's Cup, the I'resl.
dent's Cup, the Atlantic City Cup and
the Northfield Cup. In addition to the
various cups prizes will be awarded
to the runner up In each batch of six
teen contestants. A low score medal
will go to the player leading the field
in the qualifying round. All cups be
come the absolute property of the
winners without further competition.
great things are expected, will be con
ducted at Sault Ste. Marie.
Dr. Heroult will also visit Syracuse,
N. Y., where a steel company is erect
ing a plant under his license, for elec
trical production of 80 to 100 tons of
steel daily. This plant will produce
tool steel and high class steel billets
for piano and other special purposes.
and will be tbe first of Its kind on the
American continent. Dr. Heroult pre
dicts a brilliant future for Canadian
Iron , and steel, having regard to Its
close association with immense water
TO CONGRESS ON TUESDAY
Washington, ?iov. 17. It has been I
decided that the president's forthcom
ing annual message to congress will
be submitted to the senate and the
house on Tuesday, December 5th.
The first day of the session will be
occupied fully by routine business of
the two branches of congress. The(
senate will take an adjournment aoon
after the meeting on account of the
death of Senator I'latt of Connecti
cut. The house will probably be busy
throughout the day In effecting its re
organization and In tbe drawing of
seats for members.
The new heir to the throne of Bet
glum is Prince Albert or Flandera.
only son of the late Count or Flan
ders. He Is thirty years old, ia mar
ried and has two children. Princo
Albert is one of the most popular
princes of the reigning houBe ot
Belgium. He Is of a studious disposi
tion and bears a striking resemblance
to his uncle, King Leopold.
DRILLING PRIZES WON
AT MINING CONGRESS.
El Paso, Texas, Nov. 17. Chamber
lain and Make, of Mexico, champion
rock drillers of the world, today woa
the W. C. Greene prize of $1,000 and
the El Paso stiver cup, by drilling 40
Inches In Gunnison granite in 15 mta
utes. This Is 2, Inches less than,
their world' record. Page brothera.
of Blsbee, Ariz., won the seoond prlxo
of $t00, drilling 39 and 13-16 Inches,
and Bradshaw and Mclver, of bia
bee, won the third prize of $350.
DEATH OF GRAND DUKE,
SOVEREIGN OF LUXUMBURG.
Hohenburg, Grand Duchy of Lux
emburg, Nov. 17,Grand Duke Adolph
who was the reigning sovereign of
Luxemburg, died today. He was born
number of pawn tickets, dated Phila
delphia, October and November, lt5.
and letters from North Carolina and
San Francisco, and a silver dollar.
ThU last item had with it a peculiar
significance. It waa loaned to him
last evening by a comrade at the
Gre-n rooming house, and that he
should still have it this morning, af
ter a night In the saloon, seems rather
strange. If he was really drunk,
when he turned in at the hotel this
m orning, it would seem plausible that
RUSSIA'S FINANCIAL CONDITION
CAUSES GERMAN CONSTERNATION
this dollar would have been spent
during the night for drink.
Mumhv will be remembered by
those who attended the Elks' smoker
at the opera house recently, as trie
little fellow who showed so much
skill in bundling the gloves. He alo
came before the public as a fighter
some months ago by being mixed up
!n a fight between some union me
chanics and some of the mechanics
shipped In to work at the shops. The
late grand Jury returned an indict
ment against him for this offense, and
he was under bond awaiting tria! at
the time of his death.
The coroner's jury met at the office
of Justice of the Peace Craig at
o'clock this morning, witn the
We, the undersigned justice of the
Berlin, Nov. 17. German holders
of Russian becnrii ies are beginning
to' feel extremely uneasy over the sit
uation In Rus-.a. as they realize thac
it lo hound to affect adversely the
economic conditions of the RussUn
empire an i the fir n. rial standing of
the government. I'opular upheavals
ike those in Russia at the pr.-sent
t-me unsettle more .than a wur com
mercial and Indu.-trlal conditions,
MUCH POWDER BURNED AND MUCH
HOSPITALITY SHOWN THE PRINCE
ruptcv, partially repudiating the coun
trv's foreign liabilities, for months
past. In June, he declares, the Rus
sian government commissioned a num
bers of experts to elaborate reKrts
on the effect that partial repudiation
of foreign liabilities would produce
on Russia's own economic develop
ment. The Mlttag Zeitung describes
Prof. Ballod's revelations as a bomb
shell to all Investors In Russian se
curities. ! The same panicky feeling which
New York, Nov. 17. The British
cruiser squadron, under the command
of prince Louis of Uattenburg, which
has been tbe guest of this city since
the morning of November 9th, sailed!
today for Ulbraltar, the next btalloa
on Its route. Tbe week which the;
squaJron spent In this city was full of
excitement and social events of more
or less formality succeeded each other
In rapid succession. Prince I.ouls,
who Is certainly accustomed to tht'
hardships of sea
fearing life, was al-
crulse. The tnoft cordial entente be
tween the officers and men of the two
fleets t v .--ted ami many a lasting
friendsh.il was formed .luring that
short week of fraternizing.
The manner In which tbe officers
and iiiei) on the American warships
aud the thousands of people who oc
ciii ii'l every available foot of spae
along the river front, cheered the
British ships, as they slowly steamed
ilowu the North River, amid the boom
ing of the cannon firing the salutes,
eft no doubt as to the genuineness
- - ...1.1.,. ..jlln tk V. . . u 9
most overcome by ttie uemaiios which, ui i"o n.riiu.j it-cms v. mo u.,
this short season of soeiau runct .ions ! meir ueparung euhih.
made ntw.n him. Banquets, eceptlor -
official ii.il unofficial calls.'ualls and
other affairs of a similar nature
sources of the government. The for-' has been caused here by this article, ' every day for a whole week or
rign holders of Russ.an secur.e. are also seems to exist In England, and than even a well seasoned "'"u
. .... .... .v, ...... ,i,o .k. v. r.u o,hit nnri courtier can endure without sen-
pire and devour the disquie nu re- tor the statement mat the srneme "is """"""
. . i . i , a. licit ich r o ntrai in rftnti I I n . mail aim i lit.
Hritish sniiaiirou were uually over
An article published by Prof. Hal
lod. an official of the German Stat
istical department, auses the greatest
consternation among German invest
ors in Russian securities. In that ar-
10 1 tide, which W considered seml offie-fol-
lal, ho states that the Russian govern-
ment has been considering the advis
ability of declaring partial bank-
Ied by the fllgship Drake, bearing
the admiral's ensign, the British
cruisers slawly steamed down th
river, past the imposing line of the
American battleships and cruisers, ex
changing salutes with each one, and
doing particular honors to the Maine,
the f'sgshlp of Admiral Kvans. A flan
salute was fired when the squadron
reached Governor's Island, and tha
battery on the Island responded with
a national salute. Many hundreds of
steamers, tugs, launches, yachts and
other craft, nearlv all gaily decorated.
Everything passed off In the most i were scattered along the river, form-
muc KaUtoTrint ' . TO- 'he British visitors will ing and enlivening PQ".
ment of a state assisted merchant take the most pleasant Impressions . acene. Sirens ami. whlstk-s mingled
,himiin project The real cause of of the comradeship of the officers and their shrill notes with the dull boom-
'the abandonment, however, Is bellev- men ot the Cnited State navy and ' ing of the guns and the thundering
ed to be the uncertain financial con- of the hospitality of tli.y citizens of cheers of the crowds on the shore
diions existing in Russia. New York with them on their long aud on the various boats.'
The members of his
li.tr Fiair.utuL LUBl I 11 1." . ... . . . " l,
p its or riot ana Dioousnea witn aviii- io employ uriusn capiiui in reuuim- - ,,m ..Ur.
liv. Many millions In Russian serun- lug the Russian navy has been aband- nritisn s na..imi
whelmed I v the hospit uity
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italic nl to that extent ihev are to undertake the same work has been Americans, but bore up well under the
interested In the preservation of Rue . dropped. The reason given for the severe test
s.a's financial inteirr;ty.
The men, also, had their
.u.j, ot ,.f ih. ..rnii ia timt it fchare of entert a inmeni um uieir
h.. i.n i.,r4 that iha eatahllsh- share was uot quite so exacting
ment of shipyards and shops in Rub-