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NUMBER NUMBER 4472 447 WASHINGTON TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER SEprrE lBER 11 111906 1906 PRICE ONE CENT
PALMA DICTATOR DICTATORPLANS DICTATORI
PLANS fOR WAR WARAGAINST AR ARLaw
I AGAINST REBELS REBELSProclaims FIEBELSProclaims
Proclaims Martial MartialPLANS Law inHavana in inHavana inHavana
Havana and Orders Ar Arrest Arrest Arrest ¬
rest S of Liberal LiberalLeaders LiberalLeaders LiberalLeaders
Leaders LeadersVETERAN LeadersVETERAN LeadersVETERAN
VETERAN SOLDIERS SOLDIERSJOIN SOLDIERSJOIN SOLDIERSJOIN
JOIN INSURGENTS INSURGENTSChallenge INSURGENTSChallenge INSURGENTSChallenge
Challenge of Cuban Presi President President President ¬
dent Quickly Accepted b by byMen bylen y yMen
Men len Who Fought FoughtSpain FoughtSpainII Spain Spainfor Spainp
II for Indeende IndeendeIiAVANA Independence IndependenceHAVANA p ace
HAVANA IIA ANA Sept ept U uPrealcJeat President Palma PalmaJvis Pal Paltn Paiasabe
tn Jvis virtually assumed ed the role of dto dicttr dtotttor dtotltnr
ttr tttor + r of Cute and aadacUve active war to to suo suoI 8UChI auar
r > e hI I the negotiations aep Uoaa for peace which whicht
t veteran have been trying to carry carryout earrytarttal carryrt
out rt
Martial law was declared last night nignthril JUPtthe nightr
r hril = t the constitutional guarantee 1INUft h have havesuspendtod haveIt v
It 1 n suspended by Palma in tb the prov provJiufs pro provh
h Jiufs + t s of Pinar del Rio Havana and andHuita aDdlilti andSant
Huita Sant lilti Clara This Tb gives Ivea Palma pract prac practiciily prtcabsotute
t ticiily Uy absolute power and be I Is evf evfli1lly evit vi viiinily
iinily t ntIy determined to 0 rule by b force until untilih untilI
I ih JJt revolution is crushed crushedviiether crushedlHth81 eruahedWhether
Whether lHth81 the new plan of the govern governiient governtrt overn overnt
iient t will wllllRlcceed succeed any an better la the tb war wari ay
< i i bi JlinKin inking the Insurgent to t time e than thanthr thaab thantat
tat b former inactivity is very doubtful bttul1
Increases JIcra Rebel SltirftWir Spirit Spiritv SpiritWL
WL Wir v io I more life will undoubtedly bs bsrit heIIt bel
rit l t niTu illT the opposition to the Inssjrginta Inssjrginta1alina hagrgentsPalma ta taPalma
Palma bv his assumption of dictatorial dictatorialhia ctoriaI ctoriaIh
1 a rs hia h P increased the number number of oft
t i r hel held a hundred fold foldut toldiIt foldut
ut every province of the Uaeare tak takare Is
1 I are hundreds of ofwJJS parsons parsonsvh personWh
vh wJJS s sympathies are with the Uumr Uumrpnts bunIrEnts lesurnts
pnts nts in the fields ftelc but who hare r ri No Nof refr
fr i rained it + ined IIH < from ialdn taking part in 4 the war on onth 0Ittho onth
th tho government believing beIIevl the reforms reformsthy reterm ter tert e eth
t th thy 1 v desire tlt > sire would be won by Dyrrthods usajpnfiil usajpnfiilrrtho perroafuix
x rrthods rrtho thods < is These men are now ready reay t tthe t8 t8d mn
d > II > the insurgents insurgentsKports lufllllGtlportJl Inayrgaataports
Kports ports from fro various sections ucu stale staletnit Hatet statetrt
tnit t lilt men are already aIr Jeavtas idle cI ettM ettMt on ont
t iin 1 In the theHbet theHbetad rebel beads beadsffad baadafade
> < ffad fade < ad Many IIY few EMuttM IliaeHties1r EMuttMBy Jti Jtin
By n taking takln his hi new stand Palma PaI PaIturned has hasturned baaturned
turned the veterans who were trying UTI to toIcing tobeing
Icing about peace late active enemiesT enemies enemiesTiiy neml nemlTwy
Tiiy T y had secured cu4ed from Pio Pl o tuerr uerr In Ins 14lrg Ins
s s argent erg nt commander in Pinar del I 110 110rlvlnce Laprtvtnee e eprovince
province rlvlnce a promise proa 8e to submit his b cause causet eau eaut
t arbitration Palma sent a message messaget
t + the veterans armour annoutn ng that all allIfKe anlflCt allpetce
IfKe negotiation i n net t v t be called off at atthe att atthh
thh the t h very pry moment the then were holding a arti anting am
nting rti = ting and eong Vulatlng uIaUnl themselves themselvesuioii them8elveatJln themselvesui
ui uioii n their success aucee vith Guerra Guerrahis Guerrahig GuerraThis
This his was followed by the arrest of offarmer orf off
farmer f + rmer Mayor OFarrtU of Havana Iiavanaa Havanau Havanathe
< u the accusation accuaatl that he was workingtchh working workinguith worklqIth
uith Ith the insurgent luau junt Violent Violents Violentehes PJolntftchs
s ifches ehes were made by the veterans veteransvh veteranso
o vh 11 < t declared that the lime has now nownio nown
< nio n to Join GIn the Insurgents InsurgentsWant IIUIUJ1reI1tLWaJlta InsurgentsWants
Want Hta Own 0 Coup CoupTiu COItIIT Congress CongressThe
The T 1 government goverom nt apparently appa ntly is deter deterjvnod eter
deterd jvnod to play its martial rrt with withifinr wiUaigo withAs
ifinr igo r As a part of Us ta program Con Coniipxs Cont
1 iipxs roc which hlth has been summoned to tot
t in extraordinary seaskm on Fri Friis FrId Frii
d i i is to be purged of ail liberals liberalsvill IberateF
1 F > will kill all opposition to the gov govintnents 80 80t govt
t intnents I nents proposals proposalafile prop proposalsIit1e IL ILltlf
Iit1e file doubt is expressed exprea ed that the thei theImment thenunent
i v Imment lament victory tory in the conflict with withth withth withth
th < insurgr ilsu g i in Pinar del Rio prov provon provtJu11a preyu
< on u guvuay tJu11a induced Indu < ed Palma to taket take takeTO
1 j hlld stand standMRS standrFs
MRS 1 n Crl l1 3TENSJ n 1 FUNERAL FUNERALTO FNEIIATa
TO BE HELD IIEL Tl TlFuneral TOMORROW TOMORROWuneoral TOMUOuneral
Funeral uneoral services Mtrvie over the remains remains of ofMr oCtIn ofire
Mr tIn ire > Helen Carstens who died Monday MondayirninK MondayJ
irninK J rning nin will 111 be held tomorrow after afterr e eat
r r > n at 230 oclock at her h < < late residencetII residence residenceMi
Mi 11 t It street > t rcet south southFifty outhwt outhwtF1ftvtwo t tFir
Fifty Fir F1ftvtwo two years y ago iie Ie came to toIviiirKton ton to1vington
IviiirKton n ton as the bride brId of th late latsTiM Jat Jat1ndtrich lateim
1ndtrich im TiM erich < rich A Canrteni prominent 1fO nt ar art art art
t r She was a de oted o mother and wan waaby wanI as
1 I 1 by both oV ad A young for ner nerk nerl herh
k l nriness r1nt ss and thou W V IulntU ulna for others othersi
i mi mtJrt n f jrt
11 r father fath was tb < late James Gary Chiryr
r t nent Physician of New Yo York Yoksurvived Yorks k kU
U s survived by six daughters dau < < btera Mrs Mrsatetc MraalglE Mrsaegle
atetc Matthews Mrs Annie Riston RistonMrs RistonInl RatonIra
Mrs Ira Uzzie Sansom Mrs tra Bmerlck Emerlcklintz BmerlckMmtz EmIck1rlnt
Mmtz and Mrs Ella and Minne Cars Cant Carst
t t ns
THE WEATHER REPORT REPORTRain
Rain is probable Wednesday in the theOhio theIhlo theOhio
Ohio Ihlo valley vall and along the lower lakes lakesalso lakesalso lakesalso
also in Alabama andMlaslssippl andMlaslssipplThere and XlppI XlppIThere LalaaipplThere
There will be little change in temper temperature temperturf tartperMure ¬
ature turf except along alon the lower lakes lakeswhere Iakp9whfre lakeswhere
where cooler weather is probable Wednesday WednesdaySteamers Wed Wednesday Yed Yedneo ¬
nesday nesdaySteamers neo day dayStt
Stt Steamers > lun departing departln today for Xjroitean Xjroiteane 11 Jrolten Jroltenorta ropeartports
ports orta will have llaht H ht variable wi wtsda and aJMlair andfair
fair air weather to the e Grand Banks BaaJaiTJIXPZ1lA BanksTEMPICRATURl
TEMPICRATURl TJIXPZ1lA TURJ
9 a m 78
12 1 noon a
1 P m tl tlDOWNTOwTf 11DOWNTOWN K KDOWNTOWN
DOWNTOwTf DOWNTOWN TEMPWRATURE TEMPWRATURERoistered TEXPWlUTU1UtRlfttend TEMP1liRATURtResletered >
Roistered AsThMks Btaadsrd Tbrrsmate ThnrsMmMter J
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12 1 1noun noun n un fi fim fiSUN Hr
1 1 r m 1 1SUN 9li 9liSi7N
SUN TABUSSun TABLZStn TABUS 1ABLJLSun
Sun sets sel today l e1 f
Bun rises tomorrow tomorrow tomorrowTIDE JM JMTIDE
TIDE TABUS TABUSHigh TABLILow lABLJHilth +
High tide today 14Ia m 11
Low tide today t SWpm Po M
Ilteh III h tide tld tomorrow 121 a m
Low L w tide tomorrow t tD S a m 2Si S4 p pHARPERS m mHARPERS mIIIRPERS
HARPERS FERRY W V VA Vt Sept 11 1
Both rivers clearA clear
A
i
Siedlce City of Chaos ChaosFamille ChaosFanihieAmong
Famille FanihieAmong Among Hebrews HebrewsSlaughters HebrewsSlaughters
Slaughters Aftermath AftermathMen
Men and Women Wounded by Soldiers Sub Subjected Subjected Subjected ¬
jected to Most Brutal Torture and Many ManyBurned ManyBurned ManyBurned
Burned Alive in Their Own Homes
WARSAW VARS4 W Sept Se n9tedte the thescene theMene thescene
scene of the most recent antiJewish antiJewishmaswcre antlJewhere antiJewishmaa
maswcre maa acre ere Is today a city of chaos abasePease chaosPeace cbcNIP811ee
Peace has bean restored temporarily t4tmp rarny at atleast atIeut atleast
least but no effort e < < < < t has been made to toremove toremove toremove
remove the stains atal of the horrors commltted com committed 001IImUted ¬
mUted there thereAfter thereAfter thereAfter
After a a resumption of the maaamere maaamereIn ere erela
In the early hours of the morning the thesoldiers thesoldiers thesoldiers
soldiers were called off the authorities authoritiesevidently aulhorlUeaevklently authoritiesevldently
evidently being convinced conYincecitbat that the Jews Jewswould Jewswould Jewswould
would fight to the end rather than surrender sur surrender Iturreader ¬
render member of their SelfDefense SelfDefenseAssociation SelfIeeftJleHOCIaUon SelfDetenseassociation
Association at t Governor Engelkes Elke com command command command ¬
mand to certain death or torture tortureTroops tortu tortuTroopII tortureTroops
Troops are still tlll encamped In the streets streetshowever 1KNftta1toPev streetshowever
however 1toPev a constant con tant menace to the theJews UteJew theJews
Jews Jew
Famine Threaten City CityFamine CitylIamlne CityFamine
Famine now threatens thNat the city ss the thedestruction thed4wtructlon thedestruction
destruction of the bakeshops with other otherstores otherstor otherstores
stores stor of the Hebrews H loss AMS NUI made it haposatirfe Im Impossible IIftOIIfIIbIe ¬
possible OIIfIIbIe to feed the destitute Notwith Notwithstanding NotwtUlitandlnt Notwithstanding ¬
standing that every r hour makes a t condi conditions OOftCItUOna conditions ¬
tions worse no one is allowed to tothe leave leavethe leavethe
the city cityThe cityTbe cityThe
The authorities are bent on capturing capturingthe rapturingttra apurlqUao
the ter terrorists u oriatca o leta whom they hold responPLAN respon NIIp ft ftPLAN
PLAN TO EXHIBIT EXHIBITA
A GREATER CITY
AT JAMESTOWN JAMESTOWNJJbbers JAMESTONShippers
Jvihbersand JJbbers J bberSand bberSandsociation and Shippers As Association Association ¬
sociation Gets Scheme Schemefor Schemtfor Schemefor
for Great Boom BoomAlvm BuomAII BoomAvis
Avis AII K Pope P special commissioner commissionerlbg cooaertM eommiaaionetthe
lbg the JsMest Jameetewn J wn KxposiUon nxpa ttloa sa presented presentedto scatted scattedto t tC
to C oaken of t the Jobbers and ShIppers ShIppersAoclatlon ShipperAssociation ShippersAssociation
Association today a tentative plan for forthe forthe forthe
the Greater Washington exhibit at the theexposition tbeX theexposition
exposition X tiCMI It makes Mak provision for an anelaborate anelabonce anelaborate
elaborate display eUap1 of the beauties ad advantages advantalfH advantages ¬
vantages and productions Jvo < < htcUons of the Capital CapitalCity CapitalCity CapitalCity
City CityThose CityI CityThose
Those Tbo e officers OMIII of the association in ineluding Includbq Including
I
eluding Secretary Monroe Luchs to towhonv towhoft towhoa
whoa the scheme ch was presented re received received rsceired ¬
ceived with enthusiasm ea tb MIl It will be beformally betormaily beformally
formally presented to the board of direc directors dlreetOra direetore ¬
tore of the association at the meeting meetingThursday meeUqThunday meetingThuraday
Thursday when hen Mr Pope hopes to be bepresent bf bfpreaent bepresent
present He will m lave Washington this thisevening th theovnlnr thisevening
evening for New N YorKMr YorK YorKMr YorkMr
Mr Popes suggestion is that the Joint Jointoommitttc jointI jointoommtttb
oommitttc oommlU of the Board of Trade BuM Business DutIIrens BuMness ¬
ness liens Association A oclatton and Jobbers lobbe and andShippers aJtdShippen andShippers
I Shippers Association uocla tlon now in process p of oforganization oforpnlzaUon oforganisatton
organization or some so similar milar body be begiven Mfull begtven
given full charge and direction of the theGreater theGreater theGreater
Greater Washington hlngton exhibit He advises advisesth add addtbe advisesthe
th the purchase by this th committee comMltt of iON 1500or 150eor iONOr
or 90009 roo feJt of space pae in the Manufac Maanufaetur Manufacturer aoufac aoufacturU ¬
turer tur sj Building at the exposition This Thisp Tht Thttip Thisep
tip p tee Is i then to be subleased to the ex exhibitorS exhibitors
1
hibitorS hibltorsHow
Hew Space Can Be Utilized UtilizedA
A large 1ar part of the space is to be used usedfor UMClfor usedfor
for manufacturing exhibits while theremainder the tharemainder themalnMr
remainder malnMr will be devoted to other lines linesrt Ihte linesof I Irt
rt business and to public publutilities utilities In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the municipal section there are to be ex exhibits exhibit exhibits ¬
hibits of the police fire and public publichealth publichettlth publichealth
health departments The rh publicity de department department de depertinent ¬
partment will Ul show the historical devel development development development ¬
opment of the city In the educational educationaldivision educationaldivision educationaldivision
division there will be exhibits of the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public schools the universities and eel colleges eolJecfOM eelleges ¬
leges and the private institutions of oflearning orlearning oflearning
learning in Washington There is to be bea bea bea
a great section in which real estate e tate men menwill menwUl menwill
will be given an opportunity to show the thebeauties thebMutle thebeauties
beauties and residential advantages of ofurban oturban ofurban
urban and suburban Washington ablo < < ton The Thehotels Thehotel Thehotels
hotels are to have a section The whole wholesale wholeale wholesale ¬
sale and retail houses hou are to be accommo accommodated aeeommodatlMl accommodated ¬
dated specially and an elaborate plan planhas pJanhu planhas
has been devised to mke It to their fi financial financial 11nancial ¬
nancial Interest Intare t to be represented The Thetransportation Thltran8jMrtllUon Thetransportation
transportation companies are expected expectedto
to make liberal exhibits exhibitsThe exhibitsThe exhibitsThe
The exhibit thus thu planned said Id Mr MrPope MrPo MrPope
Pope Po will offer visitors from the South Southa
a comprehensive comprehE > n lve Idea of Washington WashingtonIt Uhlnaton a aU ae aeIt
It Is Tab Tn exhibits can be made matInterestt most mostinteresting moIItIntere
interesting Intere Interestt t1g g I have already seen Major MajorSylvester XaJorSylveat81 MajorSylvester
Sylvester and he has received the BUg suggestion BUgKe auggeetlon ¬
gestion Ke Uon with approval He expressed exJK a awillingness awilUngneas awillingness
willingness to reproduce at Jamestown Jamestownthe Jametttownthe Jamestownthe
the remarkably fine exhibit of the Me Metropolitan Metropolitan Metropolitan ¬
tropolitan police department thtt was wasat wa waat wasat
at St Louis and an < I that attracted a II large largeamount largeamount largeamount
amount of favorable criticism criticismI
I have no doubt the heads hMd of other otherpublic otherpublic otherpublic
public departments will show a like Uk In Interest Intereat Interest ¬
terest The schools might exhibit classes classesin
in domestic science for the girls rls and andmanual andmanual andmanual
manual training for the boys bor thatwould that thatwould thatwoukl
would illustrate the breadth of the theschool theIICbooI theschool
school system here The other sugges suggestions auggeatloM suggestiona ¬
tions are practically self explanatory t planatory planatoryJs
As a whole the thexhibit exhibit of Greater GreaterWashington GreaterVaahlngton Greater1ashington
Washington would be on a scale > > eale and andof andof andof
of A character to Inspire Interest and
induce visitors to the exposition exP 4 Uon to ex extend extend extend ¬
tend their trips to the he Capital of the thenation thenation thenation
nation
Good Results Anticipated AnticipatedThlB
This plan dees not interfere at allwith all allwith aUwith
with the erection and use of the propoaed pro proposed proJOMd ¬
posed Washington building It is a agood agood agood
good plan and I hope will be carried out outIf outIt outIf
If It is the building bulldln will be headquart headquarters ¬
ers AI for Wa Washington blngton visitors to the th ex exposition exl08iUon exloeltion ¬
position and most mo t attractive and inter interesting interesttn Interesting ¬
esting esttn In Itself But the exhibits should should1e ahouldHI
1e HI there anyhow I think my plan pUmwith planwith planwith
with such ueh amendments and Improve Improvements improvements Improvements ¬
ments as may occur to the committee committeeContinued commltt commlttContinued committeeContinued
Continued on Second Page
stole for inciting Incltln the e outbreak and andore andone
ore or 1 fa aJ a owadto d t to i pftfta ee UM 1 e city clt limits limitslest ltmltaIet limitslest
lest some 110 aosie terrorist escape escapeFigures eeoapelItcures escapeFigures
Figures given ven today in regard to the thecasualties tbeeuualue thecasualties
casualties during durin the massacre fix the thenumber thenuber thenumber
number of killed at 17A 11 and wounded at atMan atso
400 Many Man of the Injured will die dieSurvivors dieSurvivors dieSurvivors
Survivors Suffer Terribly TerriblySix
Six houses were destroyed tro7M by the ar artillery arUllery artillery ¬
tillery flre of yesterday and this morn morning momIng morning ¬
ing Twentyseven wentysevers houses of Hebrews Hebrewswere Hebrewwere Hebrewswere
were burned every Xve shop on four streets streetsIn atreetIn streetsIn
In the Jewish Jew quarter was looted Traces Tracesof Trace Traceot Tracesof
of the ravages Jv of the infuriated soldiers soldierswho aoldierwho soldierswho
who engaged in the lb attack are to be beseen bet
I seen on every side sideThe ai4 sideThe
The suffering eutt r1nlt of the th > survivors of the themassacre thetelflble thenaasaere
I massacre is terrible Many wan persons penon have haveI1 havebeet havebeen
beet without food since lnoe Satiday night nlahloyet nightyet
yet an a 1 unable to obtain a morsel to eat eatMany eatXaay eatMany
I1 Many Hebrews Hw have ha ye been driven insane insaneby IDAaneby Insane Insaneby
by the atrocities practiced upon upon theirrelatives their theirwere theirreaaUv
reaaUv relatives and friends oC which they
were unwilling unwtlUR witnesses wit Diria During th the e
disorder I rder which prevails prev It 14 In ct f ble bleaafcMUaata bl I
to care re for these th thes unfcrttinete unfcrttineteRevolting untcrtD aafcMUaataRevolting te teRwoIti
RwoIti Revolting Cruelties Practiced PracticiCruelties Prae PracticedCruelties ci ciCruelUfa
Cruelties of the moat horrible charac character cbaraet character ¬
t ter are now D W known to have been prac practiced prattleecI praetired ¬
tired upon helpless Hebrews who fell fellmto teUJato fellInto
Into the hands of the drunken soldiers soldiersand IIOIdIennet soldiersand
and net Hooligans engaged In this work workMany worklany workMany
Many lany victims were not killed kif outright outrightbut outrlabtbut outrightbut
but were tortured for hours before or death deathcame tkatheaaN deathcame
came to relieve their sufferings sufferingsSoldiers sufferingsSoldiers
Soldiers Soldl hacked Hebrews to pieces pieceswith plec plecwith pieceswith
with their knives or swords A ROle noeeor ROler noesor
or r an ear would be cut on oil then r Jln n
+ and toe toes to be followed by the feet and andhands ADdhand andhands
hands hand of victims Finally the th arms and andlegs andl andlegs
legs l would be 1M cut away a way This form ot
torture tort was varied at times U to the open
Ing 10 < < of arteries leaving the victims vtcU to
bleed bl to k death while the brutal soldiers soldiersstood IIOIdlenftood soldiersstood
stood about and Jeered at their suffer U < < er ¬
ings tn
j
V MMM Tsrttirod With Flames FlamesWomen F1 F1WOlDen FlamesWomen
Women beouwe the especial IAI victims vteU of
fiends After ler being assaulted ultM by soldiers soldiersoften II01cUeraotten joldiersoften
often in the streets in many Instance Instancetheir Instancestheir tu e etheir
their clothes elot hH were torn off and lighted lightedcandles UghtecteaMItw lightedcandies
candles were passed across their bare barebodies bIUeboc barebodies
bodies boc ietI inrUctlnjr Noise agonising uonla a < < burns burnssIn burnsla bumL1D
la one Instance the the Jewbaiters set fir firto tlrto fire fireto
to a house 11M In which eight luckless luekJ M He Hebrews Hehad Bebfewtt
brews had take refuge intend tn + g to tosnoot toboot toshootdpwa
shootdpwa snoot down tIp their rtcWas Metis tI as they UN rushed rushedfrom ruabedtnNn rushedfrost
from the burning buraln structure The iiebrewa He Hebrews Hebrew ¬
brews preferred to be burned alive aU in inthe IntM Inthe
the house bou rather than entrust them themselves tbemlv8 themselves ¬
selves lv8 to the merciless mercll soldiers and andJDabMd re reimained remanned
manned inside This form of murdering ur erlna
was wa several Mera times Um resorted to toand toand toand
and It is estimated tlmated that fully forty were
burned alive in their homes by their theirown tbelrown theirown
own choice eholC < e In preference to rushing naabln < < outaide out outside outside ¬
side to face worse one torments tormentsiwe torMeDtLID88
iwe Arrests VadeAR8A Made1CAll Made MadeWARSAW
WARSAW 1CAll AR8A AW W Poland Sept ept 11 118tren 118trenUQU8 l1Strenuous Stren Strenuous ¬
uous efforts arc ro being made by b the au authorities authorlt authoritles
thorities thorlt here ere to see that there shall be beno beno beno
no revolutl revolutionary nary outbreak following follow the themassacre themll themassacre
massacre mll at Sledlce SledlceAll medicaAll ledlce ledlceAll
All terrorists and ant suspected revolu revolutionists revolutionists oIu oIulion ¬
tionists lion ar are Win tMIng c taken Into custody to toprevent topreV toprevent
prevent preV l them from leading led an attack attack81nse
Since yesterday over 200 DO houses ho have bay bayn
been n searched by the police for suspects
and 1000 arrests have ha v been made madeChief madeChief madeChief
Chief of o Police PoliceFatally PoliceFatally o ice icea
Fatally a a Wounded WoundedST oun e eST
ST PETERSBURG Sept 11 lLAn An nn nnIdentified un unidentified unIdentifted ¬
identified man fatally shot ot Colonel CoIon1Grlbojoduf ColonelGribojodofl
Gribojodoff chief of police of Grodno Grodnoon GrodooOft
on the parade plad ground 1Ound Several police policemen p0licemen policemen ¬
men fired at the man but they missed missedhim miMedhim missedhim
him and he made his hi escape escapeOne MCa MCaOne escapeOne
One Jewish J ilah girl has been sentenced MI1ten to tobe tohaneeI tobe
be hanged by b a courtmartial rt narUal and an another another another ¬
other girl will be executed by Russian Russiansoldiers Russiansoldiers
soldiersAs soldiers soldiersAs dlen dlena
As a result of the shooting to death of ofMlle ofMile
Mile Semonova a pretty and enthusias enthusiastic enthuslaJltic enthuslastic ¬
tic student In the central detention detentionprison detenUnnpr1a detentionprison
prison pr1a n of o St Petersburg Peterabu there was a are arevolt re revolt revolt ¬
volt today among the other prisoners prisonersMile prisonersMlle rtaone rtaoneMlle
Mlle Semonova who had been arrested arrestedon arrestedonu arrestedon
on onu suspicion plclon of being a member of the theterrorists thetwrortat theterrorists
terrorists merely showed > > how < < herself at the thewindow tbe1ndow thewindow
window of her cell overlooking overlookt the court courtyard eourtald courtyard
yard ald when she was shot down by sen sentries Hntrld sentrien ¬
tries
Prisoners Infuriated InfuriatedThe InfuriatedThe InfuriatedThe
The coldblooded murder infuriated the theother thitother theother
other prisoners who ho rose in a II body ocly and andexpelled andexpelled andexpelled
expelled the wardens wardensThen wardenThen wardenssThen
Then they barricaded barrlcad the tit prison and andlaid an anlaid
laid the young girl out upon an im impromptu impromptu Impromptu ¬
promptu bier in the central corridor re refusing retulng refusing ¬
fusing to t deliver the body to the authori authorities authorities uthort uthorttlN ¬
ties declaring they would rather die diethan dietban diethan
than surrender it itTroops ItTroop ItTroops
Troops were summoned but the au ¬
thorities alarmed at the determined
stand of the prisoners and fearing fearin blood ¬
shed bid temporized and sent for for the
brother of the dead girl
To him the prisoners pn onera delivered over
Mile tine Semonovs s body bod
Grand Duke Nicholas after Investi ¬
gating gf ting the affair ordered the dismissal dl ml al
of the officer of the guard which was wasregiment
dra drawn wn from the unpopular S8minovsky
regiment r m L
LGirl
Girl Terrorist to Hang HangMile HangMUe HangMlle
Mile Semonova was a medical m6 < < Uoal student studentand studentand tudentand
and was trying to divide with other otherprisoners otherprISOftecs otherprisoners
prisoners some sugar she had surrep ¬
titiously obtained when
she was
executed exe executed executed ¬
cuted cutedA cutedA cutedA
A Hebrew girl sirl lrl named Shakerman who
threw a bomb at a policeman in Odessa
without Injuring hi him was condemned
to be hanged by b a courtmartial
Mtee Shakerman admitted adrnltt she be ¬
longed to the terrorists and said it had
been determined to kill Policeman Pol
tavchenko tavc enko because of the prominent prominentpart prominentpart prominentpart
part hft took In the recent massacre massacreReduced mauacreRcduced massacreRoduced
Reduced Rates to Colorado ColoradoVia ColoradoVIa ColoradoVia
Via Pennsylvania Railroad September
18 J to 31 t account 11111 PIkes Peak Centennial
Celebration Only 5780 to Denver or
Colorado Springs and return from Wash
Ingtoa lD ton Consult ticket agents agentsAdv Adv
DICK CONFIDENT OF VICTORY VICTORYIN
IN OHIOS CONVENTION FIGHT FIGHTREPRESENTATIVE
i
REPRESENTATIVE THEODORE E BURTON
Photo hj t HarrUEwlng HarrUEwlngSENATOR HarrleEwinIJUATOR
SENATOR DICK DICKFULLSTffETICKET DICXHEARST DICKHEARST
HEARST MEN PLAN PLANFULLSTATf PLANSTATf
FULLSTffETICKET FULLSTffETICKETFUSION FULLSTATf FULL STATf TICKET TICKETFUSION TICKETFUSION
FUSION IS DOUBTFUL
NEW YORK Sept llBalked by an aneleventh annth aneleventh
eleventh nth hour opposition the Hearst Hearstleaders HMnttlea Hearstleaden
leaders lea ers have thrown overboard their theirplan tlMirplan theirplan
plan to only nominate the bead of the theIndependence thelaa theIndependence
Independence laa ependrnce League ticket and ftCl then thenawait thenawait thenawait
await the action of the tb Democratic Democraticconvention DeaaocratlcoaventioD DemocratIconvention
convention at Buffalo BuffaloIt BuaaloIt
It had been planned Ianne4 to name only onlyMr oalyMr onlyMr
Mr Hearst JJIt for governor er1t < < and have the theIndependence theI theIndependence
Independence I ftdpea euce League convention select selecta eet eeta
a nominating committee eommlU which blelt would wouldchoose woulclcboo wouldchoose
choose cboo the remainder of the ticket if ifthe Ittbe Ifthe
the Democratic convention at Buffalo Buffalodid Buffalodid Buffalodid
did not indorse Mr Hearst This ita plan planmeant plann planmeant
meant n practical fusion with Hearst at atthe atthe atthe
the head of the ticket and Democratic Democraticnomlne Democraticnominee Democraticui
ui nominee eeafor s for the rest of the eMceUpState offices oftIeeLUpState officesUpState
UpState Mem Make Kak Kick KickA Xick8PUurtnc KickA
A sputtering opposition developed last lastnight lastnight t tht
night ht into a stormy tonn protest against againstsuch aplnatauch agalnatsuch
such a plan by upState Hearst men menHaving menHaving
Having left the two big bL political parties partiesto lJIUt lJIUtto
to cast their fortunes with the the Inde Independence Ind4tpendence Iadependence ¬
pendence League they did not like nk the theidea tbeid theIdea
idea id of being pushed pU 1ec1 back into the theDemocratic theDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic ranks vie vi the Independence IndependenceLeague Independeneeformer IndependenceLeague
League as former Assemblyman hlyman Sam 8amHyman SamHyDULD SamHyman
Hyman of this th city put it today The Thefusion Thefualon Thefusion
fusion plan came to grief early earl today todayin todayIn OdJIn
in the meeting mee of the leagues State Statecommittee Statecom1 Statecommittee
committee committeeThe com1 committeeThe ttee tteeTIM
The State Stat committeemen met t at mid midnliht midnlht midnlbt
nliht to t lock horns over the question questionThe ClUe questionThe t1on t1onThe
The meeting was not called until a late latehour latehour latehour
hour in order ord r that those tho e who had be become beeom become ¬
come eom somewhat caloric might cool off offThe ottoTh offThe
The Th meeting meedn however was full of free freeexpression freeexpteaICM1 freeexpression
expression of thought and disposition dispositionThreats dlapo diaposidonThreats ltlon ltlonThreats
Threats were made that If an attempt attemptwas atteMptwa attemptwas
was wa made to Jam through the fusion fusionwith tuaIonIth fusionwith
with Ith the Democrats there would ould be a abolt a1Mlt abolt
bolt in the convention conventionThe conventionThe conventionThe
The resolution of William J Connors Connorsof Connorsof Connorsof
of Buffalo Bufrplo to defer action on the State Stateticket StateUcket Stateticket
ticket until after the Democratic con convention eonvtnUoo convention ¬
vention was talked on at length by Mr MrConnors MrCOMO MrConnors
Connors COMO himself himselfMr himselfMr f fXr
Mr Hearst Decides Question QaestienThe Queati QuestionThe n nThe
The discussion dl euulon became general and andsomewhat andsomewhat ad adIIOmewhat
somewhat acrimonious and a hurry call callwas callWN callwas
was sent t for Mr r Hearst H t He was a In Invited invited Invited ¬
vited to speak but declined to do so un until unttl until ¬
til he had acquainted himself with the thesituation theUuatlon thesituation
situation After fter ter the committeemen eommltte lft l1 had hadspoken bolpokM hadspoken
spoken their views vktw Mr Hearst took thefloor the thefloor theoor
floor oor He told the committee that he hewas beWh hewas
was in favor of naming namln < < a full ticket at atthe atthe atthe
the same time selecting a committee to toconfer toconter toconfer
confer with a committee representing representingthe repre representing representingthe entlnc entlncthe
the Democratic State convention conventionFormer COI1venUonFormr conventionFormer
Former State Senator William F FMackey FKackfY f fMackey
Mackey of Buffalo then offered a alutlon reso resolution resolution ¬
lution referring the Connors resolution resolutionto re oluUon oluUonto
to the league convention with w Ith h the rec recommendation recommendation recommendation ¬
ommendation that it be submitted to tothe tothe tothe
the committee on resolutions when ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed This means that the conven convention convention convention ¬
tion will nominate a a straight ticket and andappoint andappoint andappoint
appoint a committee to discuss di8eu fusion fusionwith tualonwith fusionwith
with a similar committee appointed by bythe bythe
with withDemocrats the he Democrats at Buffalo Buffaloafter BuffaloTbe
heThe The State committee adjourned uht today todayafter
after 2 ter taking this thl action ivn ivnfusion hat fonnot fonnotualon form of offusion
fusion that may grow out cf cif t this phis phisthe situa situation situation ¬
tion can only be imagined for the e outlook out outlook outJook ¬
look possesses ss numerous possibilities possibilitiesThe po possibilitiesThe etbUlUes etbUlUesThe
The convention of the Independence IndependenceLeague IndependenceLeague IndependenceLeague
League was called cal1 to order at noon to today today today ¬
day in Carnegie Hall by Max Ihmsen Ihmsenchairman Ih Ihntsenchairman n nchairman
chairman of the League Aague State commit committee committee committee ¬
tee teeRapping Rapping < < for order Mr Ihmsen said saidThis saidThis Id IdThf
This Thf will be the most remarkable remarkableconvention remarkableconvention remarkableconvention
convention ever held The delegatesand delegates delegatesand dlepatMand
and the general public will 111 witness ttnea the theunusual theunuaual theunusual
unusual spectacle of a convention not notcontrolled notcontrolled notcontrolled
controlled by any bosses nominating nomlnatln nomlnatlnthe
the men of its choice choiceWillard choiceWlllard choiceWillard
Willard A Glenn of Syracuse a not noted noted noted ¬
ed Republican wa was the temporary temporaryChairman temporaryhalrman temporaryhalrman
halrman and William A DeFord of ofManhattan or orManhattan ofManhattan
Manhattan temporary secretary There Therewas Therwas Therewas
was considerable sentiment In favor of ofJustice ofTustice ofJustice
Justice Samuel Seabury of the city citycourt cItycourt citycourt
court as permanent chairman
How the Cartoonist of the Cleveland ClevelandPlain ClevelandPlain ClevelandPlain
Plain Dealer View the Situation SituationFormer SitUltiODUTTERLY SituationUTTERLY
UTTERLY ABSURD ABSURDSAYS ABSURDSAYS
SAYS DAUGHTERlY DAUGHTERTYOF
OF OPPOSITION OPPOSITIONFormer OPPOSITIONFormer
Former Governor Her Herrick Herrick Herrick
rick Allies Himself With WithDicks WithDicks WithDicks
Dicks Enemies EnemiesDATTOK Enenl les lesDAYTOK es esI
I
DATTOK 1 YION Ohio Sept 1L 11 11ht TIM big bigHffht riglight
light ht before the tt e Repubttema hr State i 4I 4ItI eo eoveatton esa esavwttton >
veatton tI ft has centered eee itself upoa u the thematter tMmatter thematter
matter of the caairmsMSMp p And JICI there thereis UMTSis urela
is a question whether the control of the theparty Uteparty theparty
party organisation will remain with withSenator wtt wttSenator withSenator
Senator Dick It is I a matter that will willhave wdUhave WIUbave
have to be settled by the unpledged uu dele delegates deMp delegates ¬
gates p in the convention conventionOf convectionOf
Of the situation Senator Dick says saysI p
I do not change chaa e my 1 figures aur as to tothe totM tothe
the number of delegates del we shall have hawIn haveIn haftIn
In the u convention We W shall halt have up upward upward ups upward ¬
ward of SM The situation is growing growingbetter growingbetter
I better hourly We shall halI control the thenew t1Mnew thenew
new State central committee by a good goodsafe goodale goodsate
safe margin n We shall have at least eaK
15 of the th XI districtsHarry districts districtsHarry dlatrictaHarry
Harry M Daughterly au terty upon U OD receiving receivingthe reeelvtftgthe receivingthe
the claim of Senator Dick that over oversix oyerJIb oversix
six hundred delegates ctet would support I In Indorsement IncIonIemetat n ndoraement ¬
dorsement and that 1 11 < of the a 1 dis districts dNlrIcta districts ¬
tricts would vote for him for chairmansaid chairman chairmansaid chair
said 41
Net WrUt W rtk Contradicting ContradictingHaving ContradictingHavlD ContradictingHaving
Having HavlD < < heard the claims of the op opposition opJdUoa oppoatUon ¬
position I want to say that they are so soabsurdly soabsurdly o oaMurdly
absurdly Incorrect and known to be so sothat 80tbat sothat
that they u are not worth contradicting contradictingFormer contradletlncFonner contradictingFormer
Former Governor Myron T Herricktemporary Herrick Herrtektemnorary HerricktetaDOllUY
temporary chairman of the convention conventionhas convenUOftIdenwttd conventionhas
has identified himself with the Burton BurtonDauRhterty BurtonDau BurtonDaughterty
DauRhterty Dau tert element At first he did didnot didnot dMnot
not make mown his h intentions Inte nUona declarInfit declaring declar declaring ¬
ing that he believed it would not com comport comport comport ¬
port with his convention honor to take takeopen takeopea takeopen
open part in the tray Stung Stun into ac action aetloq action ¬
tion by the tb report that it was not too toelate toolate toolate
late to prevent him from assuming um1n th thchairmanship tM tMchalnnanahlp thechairmanship
chairmanship the former chief execu executive executift executive ¬
tive threw off all reserve and declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that he was heart and soul In the movement move movement JROY JROYment
ment gainst th t the control of the ReoublU ReoublUcan RUUbllcalt Rgpuhltcan
can partys party selfconstituted enoonatltuted bosses He Hesummoned Heeummonecl Hesummoned
summoned his hi friends and stated tated his hisposition hl hlpoeIUon hisposition
position to them th m requesting them to toloin tojoin toloin
loin with ith him in the contest contestHerrick COfttM1Herrick contestHerrick
Herrick and Dick Split SplitThere SplitThere SplitThere
There is no longer lon any an doubt of acomplete a acomplete acomt
complete comt break between Senator Dick Dickand Dlekand Dickand
and Governor Herrick When en they met metat metat metat
at the door of the dining dlnln room theh thehgreeting theheetlng theirgreeting
greeting eetlng ws wee so formal and cold that It Itexcited ItflXClted itexcited
excited the comment of the hundreds of ofwatchers ofwatcher ofwatchers
watchers who ho observed ob ttned the sceneThe scene sceneTta 8CEl e eTh
The Th United States Senators will Ill be beindorsed beIndorsed beindorsed
indorsed by y the convention this is conceded con conceded COftQeded ¬
ceded by all allThis aUThis allThis
This afternoon at l iJO oclock o l k the dis dietrict district district ¬
trict caucuses will meet and within an anhour anhour anhour
hour It will he known exacily where wherethe wberethl wherethe
the opposing factions stand upon pon tha thaquestion thequestion thaquestion
question of < < > t controlling the committees committeesof
of the convention and the State organisatson organ organisation organItloo ¬
isation isationAt ItlooAt isatsonAt
At 1 oei ochk ck former Governor Herrick Herrickwill Herrick1It Herrickwill
will 1It open the convention In Welfare Hall Halland HAnand Halland
and deliver his keynote speech After Afterthat Att Attthat Afterthat
that the th real work of the convention of ofWednesday otfdne ofWednesday
Wednesday fdne day will be inaugurated inauguratedIndications InauuratedIndications inauguratedIndications
Indications are that the chairmanship chairmanshipand
and resolutions fight will be carried to tothe tothe tothe
the floor of the convention conventionBLEW convtnUonBLEW conventionBLEW
BLEW UP SCHOOLHOUSE SCHOOLHOUSETO SCHOOL HOUSE HOUSETO HOUSETO
TO GET LONGER VACATION VACATIONTRENTON VACATIONTRENTON VACATIONTRENTON
TRENTON N J T Sept 11 ItThe The boys boysof boysof boysof
of prospect Hill school two miles from fromNewton fromNewton fromNewton
Newton Pa today returned to class classchagrined clancbagrlned classchagrined
chagrined at the failure lure of a plot to togain topn togain
gain a months extension to their vaca vacation veatlon vacation ¬
tion time They The procured a stick of dy dynamite dynamite dynamite ¬
namite with which they blew up the theschool theschool theschool
school building last night They depended depend depended depended ¬
ed upon the wrecking of the school to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure a longer vacation but temporary temporaryquarters temporaryquarters temporaryquarters
quarters were quickly secured and Del theyare they theyare theyare
are again studying studyingFine studyingFine studyingFine
Fine Fishing at Chesapeake Beach BeachSee BeachS BeachSee
S See excursion column page 6Adv 5 Adv
7 CMn CMnSENATOR
SENATOR FORAKES FORAKESSERIOUS FORAnMAINE FORAKEMAINE
MAINE ELECTIONSERIOUS ELECTION ELECTIONSERIOUS
SERIOUS VILIIIUUU Bl BLOW BLOWTO UeUi UeUiBig t tTOREPUBLICANS Of
TO TOREPUBLICANS TOREPUBLICANSBig REPUBLICANS REPUBLICANSBig
Big Cut Down in Vote VoteDue VoteDue VoteDue
Due to Labor an anLiquor and andLiquor andLiquor
Liquor Fights FightsSome FightsSom FightsSome
Some Som Figures FromThe From FromThe FromTfz
The Tfz cMzine Election ElectionFor EledionFor ElectionFor
For GovernorCobb Governor GovernorCobb GovernorCobb
Cobb Republican 66289 66289Davis 66289Daivis 66289Davis
Davis Democrat 59201 59201Eepublican 59201RepubliclUl 5J 59201Republican
Republican loss 24490 24490For 24490For 24490For
For Congress 2d dist diskLittlefield distLittlefield distLittlefield
Littlefield Rep 17280 17280McGilHcuddy 17280McGillicuddy 17280McGillicuddy
McGillicuddy Dem Denn16t146 Denn16t146Republican 16146 16146Eepublican 16146Republican
Republican loss in this thisdistrict thisdistrict thisdistrict
district 4458 4458PORTLAND 4458I 4458POItTLAD 4458PORTLAND
I z
PORTLAND Me x S Sept pt 11 UIn In the u uState theState
State election In Maine yesterday the theRepublicans theRepubltean theRepublicans
Republicans met III with severe reverses reversesbut re rebut reversesbut
but su sucdeeded u < y eded ed in electing the major part partof partot partof
of their ticket by greatly reduced ma majontlH majorities ¬
jorities The Sturgis Sturx law and the eon eonsequent 00ftHWIuent eonsequent
sequent rigid application of the prohibi prohibition prohibition prohibition ¬
tion statutes attut are blamed by the Republlcans Repub Republicans pub pubIleana ¬
licans for their disaster disasterThe dlat dlatThe disasterThe
The victor victory Ictol of the Republican party part partIs
is shown in these figures pres Governor GovernorCobb GovernorCobb GovernorCobb
Cobb gets ger 013 M3W votes Vote Davis Da Democrat DemocratJKfl Democr Democratlt1Ml t tCobbs
lt1Ml JKfl Cobbs plurality TMC T In the past
four years the Republicans have lost Jo lost3ie t
M4M 34 vote voteIn votes votesIn ooteaIn
In the Second Congressional district districtwhere dlatrlethere districtwhere
where here the fight was on between Con Congressman Congre Congressman ¬
gressman gre eman LUtiefield L1ttI eJd Republican and andDaniel andDaniel andDaniel
Daniel J T McGillicuddy Democrat the thevote thevote theVote
vote is LlttlefleW 1738 17981 17 McQIlllcuddy MeOtlUeudd MeOtlUeuddI
I I 1I14S These figures are not complete completeas
as several towns are yet to be heard heardfrom heardfrom heardfrom
from In four years the Republicans
have he ve lost In this thl district 4 44i1 8 votes votesLabor vot votLabor votesLabor
Labor Claims Moral Victory VictoryOrganized VictoryOrganized VictoryOrganized
Organized labor claims a a big moral moralvictory moralvictory moralvictory
victory in the reduction of LJttlefields Llttleleidsplurality LJttlefieldsplurality LittlefieldspluraUty
plurality It has fought hard under the theleadership theleAdership theleadership
leadership of President Samuci Gom Gompers Gomper Gompore
pore per Owing to the closeness clMen of the thevote thevote thevote
vote between Littlefieid and Hcailli Hcaillicuddy McGillicuddy cGIIU cGIIUcuddy
cuddy it is I now believed that the latter lat latter latter ¬
ter will ask for a recount recountThe reoouRtTbe recountThe
The fight between these two men was riS
the hottest hotte t In the campaign eampl gn Labor Laborwss Laborwas Laborwas
was out after Littlefield and according
to Stuart Reed who represented Gomptors Gornpers Gom Gompers
pers in the fight the labor men will
keep after him until they have defeated
him
Republicans Fought Hard HardThe HardThe HardThe
The Republicans did their best to save saveLittlefield saveLlttleldeld ve veLittlefield
Littlefield Speaker Cannon and Secre Secretary Secretary Seerstar ¬
tary tar Taft stumped for hlri as the direct directrepresentatives directreprlcS8ntaUves directrepresentatives
representatives of President Roosevelt Rooseveltcoming Rooseveltcorning Rooseveltcoming
coming as they said at the personal personalrequest personalreqUfit personalrequest
request of the President Other prom prominent promInent promInent ¬
inent Republicans were in the field fieldsuch IIeldsuch fieldsuch
such as Senator Beveridge of Indiana Indianaand IndIanaand Indianaand
and Senator Lodge of Massachusetts MassachusettsThe Mas MassachusettsThe achuaetts achuaettsThe
The vote ote this year Is the smallest smallestContinued smallestContinued smallestfContlnued
Continued on Second Page
AM AMERICAN RICAN SLAIN SLAININ SLAININ
IN FIGHT winPULAJAN WIT YVITFPULAJANEBad WITLieutenant
PULAJAN PULAJANEBad PULAJANEBadLieutenant BA BAI
I Lieutenant of Philippi PhilippiScouts PhilippiScouts PhilippiScouts
Scouts Killed in Repe Repeling Repeling Repeling
ling Attack at South SouthBarauen SouthBarauen SouthBAND
Barauen BarauenBAND BarauenBAND
BAND OF TWENTY TWENTYBANDITS KE KEBANDITS TAE TAEBANDITS
BANDITS WIPED OL OLDesperate aU aUDesperate 0 0Desperate
Desperate Encounter Be Between Behveen Between ¬
tween Troops and Lawless LawlessBodies LawlessBodies LawlessBodies
Bodies Throughout Is Island Island island ¬
land of Leyte LeyteMANILA Leyte1fANILAf LeyteauPF1LA
MANILA 1fANILAf Sept Pt 11 HLint Lfettt Roscoe JtoseoeTreadwell R RTread RoscoeTreadwell
Treadwell Tread weU of the th Philippi Philippine scouts seoutawas IICOUtawu scoutswas
was kilted at a South Barauea Island Islandof Jalandof Islandof
of Le7t Leyte while flyhtinf desperately desperatelyat deperate1y deperate1ya
at a t the head of o his company of
scout trying to repel th the attack of ofa ofa ofa
a band of more than a hundred hUDdlW Pul Pulajanes PuIajan Pula
a ajan ajanA japes ajanesA japesA
A detachment of sixty alxt me mea of the theTwentyfoorth theTwentyfourt theTwentyfourth
Twentyfoorth Regiment of Infan Infantry Infantry Infantry ¬
try colored with forty of the na native Dative native ¬
tive constabulary overtook a band bandof bandof bandof
of twentyJive Pulajanea PulaJa Pula Janes ea at Marabou Mara Marabou Karabon ¬
bou and in i the engagement e i that thatfollowed thatfollowed thatfollowed
followed almost t exterminated exteJD Datecl the thebandit thebaDdlta thebandits
bandit banditThe baDdltaThe banditsThe
The Pnlajaae Pula janea were destroying destroyingthe eaboyingthe
the crops cro of the natives for giving givingInformation livingInformation givinginformation
Information of their aporelrteata move eftte W to tothe toN tothe
the N trope tropeLieutenant tro troLieuteaaat CropsLieutenant
Lieutenant Parker of the Twenty Twentyfourth Twentyfourth lweutyfourth
fourth with a small u detachment of ofhis ofbl ofhis
his bl men B struck the t hand of 0 Pula Pulajanes Pulajaea Pulajaaes
janes under Und i the command of the thefanatic thefaaat1c thefanatic
fanatic leader der Knasamaoa X near r the thetown thetown thetown
town of Anahofaa and holed ana anawounded aoawounded anawounded
wounded many of the bandits bandit11Gtny buldUuy banditsMany
Many uy of them were captured with witharms witharma witharms
arms and ammunition Corporal CorporalRates CorporalBates CorporalBates
Bates of the Twentyfourth was wasslightly wuslightly wasslightly
slightly wounded w uDdecJ and a native nativeguide natfnAUjde nativegeode
guide was killed in the action actionThe aetioaThe actionThe
The large bodies of Pulajanea Pula jades who whohave whove whohave
have ve been operating in Leyte yte have havebroken havebrokea havebroken
broken up into small detaehnsentssince detachments detachmentssince detaehJllentsnee
since nee the troops troo arrived in the t e is island island island ¬
land and are killing killin and robbing robbingthe robbincthe robbingthe
the natives in the hill country countryKaisers countryKaisers ountrla
Kaisers a sers Death DeathPlot DeathPlot DeathActivity
Plot of Reds RedsAt RedsAt RedsAt
At Maneuvers ManeuversActivity ManeuversActivity Maneuversa
Activity ActivityPlot of a Secret Police PoliceUnearths PoliceUnearths PoliceUnearths
Unearths Plans on Eve Eveof Eveof Eveo
of o Execution ExecutionBRESLAU ExecutionBRE5LAU ExecutionBRESLAU
BRESLAU Sept 11 lLAII An attempt to toassassinate tt ttta toassassinate
assassinate ta Emperor William during the thaprseent theWeMftt thepresent
present army um maneuvers Ven in this region regionhas NCIonJust regionbas
has just been frustrated through theactivity the theactivity theactivity
activity of the secret aec t police Thr Thranarchists Three Threanarchlata Threeanarchists
anarchists involved in the conspiracy conspiracyagainst couptracyapinat conspiracyagainst
against the monarch are now under underarrest underarrealC underarrest
arrest arrestTne arrealCThe arrestThe
The prisoners pr onrs are an Italian anarchist anarchistnamed anarchistnamed anarchistnamed
named Mataeci a Pole Pol by the name of
Land Landnbercer Landenbergerand nberger and a Csech anarchist anarchistli IUUUChbstFllenol anarchistPlie
Fllenol Plie li snoi nos Documents > wnenta found in the possession poa poaisston poaH
session
H isston of the h prisoners show conclu conclusiv con conclusively < lu lualvely
siv alvely ly that they be are associated ocIattd with the theinner theInner theInner
inner circle of the international J ernAtlonal organisatlon organ organisation organIIIaUon ¬
isation of anarchists and that the theKaUHtrs i I
Kaisers Ka1 er death was we plotted plott < < by this or organisation 01 01ganlaaUon organlaation ¬
ganisation ganisationAH ganlaaUonAll
All plans for the attack on the Kaiser Kaiserhad Kalrbad Kaiserbad
bad been carefully arranged and the theplot theplot
I plot was discovered just In the nick of oftime oftlm oftime
time tlm as the conspirators cons raton were only onlywaiting onl onlwaltlnK onlywaiting
waiting waiting an opportunity to k get t near the theEmperor theEmperor theEmperor
Emperor while he is attending attends g the themaneuvers themaneuen th e emaneuvers egiven
maneuvers Today might have haveg given giventhis a1venthis giventhis
this opportunity and it is believed the theKaiser theKar theKaiser
Kaiser had a narrow escape from death deathBRIDES deathBRIDES deathBRIDES
BRIDES FEET TOO LARGE LARGENO LARGENO LARGENO
NO SHOES FOR WEDDING WEDDINGMII WEDDINGlIIJL1 WEDDINGMIILBR
MII lIIJL1 MIILBR LBR R S D Sept HOardner HOardnerBrothers 1lGardnfrBrother 11GardnerBrothers
Brothers merchants of Ree Heights Heightsmay Hhtamay Heightsmay
may delay a weddln wedding because they are areunable ar6unable areunable
unable to supply the prospective bride bridewith bride1th bridewith
with 1th shoes large enough to At her feet feetThe t feetThe t tTIle
The sine al required 1 Is number eleven elevendouble elevendoubt elevendouble
double E and there Is none in the town townThey townThey townThey
They sent t in a rush order to a shoe shoemanufacturer shoemanufacturer shoemanufacturer
manufacturer of o St Paul and h 1M could couldnot co4d co4dnot cou4dnot
not fill it itBULLS ItBULLS itBULLS
BULLS DISAPPOINTED DISAPPOINTEDBY
BY LOW COTTON OPENING OPENINGNEW
NEW YORK Sept 11 HThe The opening openingof
of the local cotton market ma et was u a die disappointment 411 411appolntmelt dieappotntmeLt ¬
appointment to the hulls huU On the cables cablesit
it should have started about four to tofive toftve tofive
five points higher g whereas It opened openedunchanged op4nedunchaneed openedunchanged
unchanged to three points higher hI r Sub Submore 8ubaequenUy Subuentiy
aequenUy uentiy support Increased and pri privance4 ices icesttaanced
ttaanced vance4 a n more normal basis with withthe with withthe withthe
the other side tde Lower Watt Street was wascredited wascrtdlted wascredited
credited with the heaviest hea selling Ping
Opening O nlng quotations October S896 S896November SII898No D96 D96November
November No mber 666ra 06 < < fiIOC 0 December L la laB30 110
B30 20 January 926Ot7 > 27 February I34Q If Ift 4TaMarch
t March larch 94214t 4ae 4S April pril H HFine I l46 AC bid bidMay bidMay bidMay
May 962 15fJ95I 15fJ95IFine 95E 96J 9 53 53Fine
Fine Fishing at Chesapeake Beach BwchSee BeachSee BeaclSee
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