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THE SALT LAKE HERALD < jl
TWENTYSEVENTH YEAR SALT LAKE CITY JjOAY MAY 31 1S97 2TDMBJSB 187 I
DURRANT NOW
IIASID HOPE
He Will Hang on Friday June
1 in San Quentin
Prison
BUDD REFUSES
EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY
Death Waich is Set on the
Prisoner
Much Secrecy Manifested But The i
dore Will Stretch Hemp Just the I
1 Same Murderer of Blanch Ln I
mont Will Get His Desserts at I
Last Full Statement Given To
Day II I I
I
Sacramento Cal May Theodore
Durrant will hang on Juno 1 cue week
from next Friday I
Governor Budd this evening tele
phoned that much in effect to Warden
Hale of San Quentin at the same time I
ardering the death watch placed upon
tho prisoner I
Immediately after telephoning this
mssage to Warden Hale the governor
was driven in a close carriage to the
depot where he took the train for San
Francisco Notwithstanding the fact
that the governor has made known his
I decision and that the telephone mes
sage has leaked out the same secrecy
is being maintained regarding the
statement whlrh the governor has pre
pared and this statement will not be
given out until tomorrow
RUSSIA 1AKINQ GOLD
t American Securities 1 Rising in Lon
don
London May 30 While as yet there
Is not much change in the rates of dis
count on loans the floating supply of
funds is sensibly lessened by various
new issues Gold continues to betaken
by Russia both from the open market I
and from the banks and further with
drawals for Japan will doubtless fol
lirw successful borrowing by that gov
ernment
On the Stoak Exchange the whole list
Exchage lst
is fairly steady The improved po I
teal situation and the cheapness of
money has tended to maintain prices
Investment Securities still show an up
bard tendency The speculative ac
tivity is not expected to increase how
ever until after the jubilee festivities
Canadians show further improvement
and half Canadian Pacific a rise of one1 I I
Americans show a decided increase
and there are many signs of reviving
interest in them There is some public
inquiry for the cheaper classes of pref
erence bonds especially in the newly
reoranize companies though the ad
vance in values is not yet very pro
nounced The market is decidedly
broader than it has heen for several
weEks and private advices from the
United States indicate a prospective
improvement in business based upon
the crop reports
The mining market is steady at the
advanced figures secured early in the
n eok
The weather during the past week I
a never fair and some rain has fal
len The appearance of the wheat is
improving and the prospects are better
In the wheat market values were Gs I
down on the week but offers continue
light The decline was due to the I
weather and to depressing American
advices The French crop news had
a little effect I
WILL BE A BUSY WEEK
I I
SJasmville JFTas Plenty of Attractions
NowaDays
Nashville Tenn May 30 Tomorrow
the bank clerks of the state will visit the
exposition The South Carolina Press
I association will attend in a body One
hundred and fifty members of tho Order
of Railway Conductors and the ladles
accompanying them ivill be cKertained
at the exposition Tuesday is Tennessee
day and governors day An extensive
parliament has been arranged Governor
Taylor will deliver an address and other
prominent Tennesseans will speak Sev
eral governors their staffs and com
panies of state troops will attend Gov
ernor Russell of North Carolina staff
and escort are en route It will be a day
of speeches parades entertainments so
1 cial receptions and will close with the
greatest display of rework and illumin
ations of buildings yet witnessed Wed
nesday the Republican league of Ten
nessee and Sons of Veterans C S A
division of Alabama and G A R will i
hold meetings in the auditorium Wed
nesday afternoon the beautiful building I
erected for the use of the press and all
duly accredited newspaper men will be I I
opened formally with elaborate cere
monies and an exquisite luncheon Fri
day has been set apart for the National
Travelers Protective association which
will be in annual session from June 1 to
B The convention will meet In the audi
torium President John W Thomas will
deliver the address of welcome wi
John A Lee national president will re I
cpond Governor Taylor will also deliver
a address which will be responded to
by Hon Henry T Kent In the afternoon
the ladles attending the T P A conven
tion will be given a reception in the
t womans buildmir
f I r Saturday will wind up a busy week with
r the formal deciTcaUon and opening of the
negro building Many of the leading and
most prominent negroes of the south are
expected to make speeches An Immense
parade trill be held and the attendance
promises to be Immense
HAS AWAKENED INTEREST
Practical Mining People Will Visit
Denver
Denver ray 30The correspondence
at headquarters of the International Gold
Mining convention to be held In Denver
July 7 S and 9 shows that great Interest
has been awakened throughout the en
tire United States particularly among I
practical mining l l people and those Inter
ested In mining enterprises The dele I
gations thus far appointed from the
states are composed of representative
romvse representatve
men of business and industries I
Delegates named In New York city
represent mining and financial organiza
tions Georgia makes Inquiry concern
Ing space for an exhibit from her sold
fields Californias delegations will Iold
brace mal of the noted wi mag
nates has under of the consideration country an and extensive that state ex I
hibit of its mineral products while In
oulries and whie
are aaaUcatlons for space are
2
I coming in from many mining centers of
the west
I 1 now assured that the gathering
i will 1 be an aggregate representation of
I I the genius and wealth devoted to the pro
i duction of the precious metals In North
epr ofof
America while representatives of the
South American republics have given as
surance of their attendance
atendance
The exceedingly low railway rates as
sure an immense gathering from the
cst and west The rates to the conven
tion have been fixed as follows From
Chicago J1250 St Louis 1050 and corre
J I spending rates for Intermediate points
I returning to Chicago 15 to 51 Louis
12jO Ample time Is allowed for excur
r sions to all parts of alowe
THREE WERE DROWNED
Attempted Rescue of a Boy Ends
Very Sadly
Abbott Tex May 30Mrs Nannie L
Barr her four earold babe and her
sister 3Ilss Mottle L Alexander aged 14
were all drowned in a tank near the
house The boy was playing in the shal
low water and inadvertently stepped off
Into a deep hole in the center of the
I tank and the ladies wer drowned in try
ing to rescue the little fellow
A THERE BOYCE
Here Are a Few of Your Kind of
People
Pittsbunr May 30The state conven
tion of the alt labor party was held
here today W E Thomas of Buena
Vista was nominated as the partys can
didate for state treasurer I
Resolutions were adopted denouncing the i
American Federation of Labor unions as
traitors to the clss and calling on all
true socialists to shun them us vipers al
WARDEN HALE TALKS
II
CONFIDENT H HAS THE SAN
QUENTIN CONVICTS BEATEN
I
Will Starve the Defiant Leaders Into
Subjection Other Convicts Feed i i
the Prisoners by Pelting Them j
With Bread and Potatoes I
I
I
San Francisco May 30The riotous
I convicts in the San Quentin peniten
tiary caused no serious trouble today
I but they are still defiant and vaguely
I threatenthat they will yet compel the
authorities to yield to their demands
Warden Hale Is confident that the
backbone of the strike has hen broken
and declares that he will soon starve
the unruly men into subjection They
are closely watched every moment and
the guards are instructed to instantly
suppress any attempts at organized
disturbance During the regular ex
ercise hours today some of the convicts
not implicated in the strike but
Implcated sym
I pathizing with its leaders pelted the
doors of the
j dungeons where the men
on short rations are confined with po
tatoes and pieces of bread and in this
way managed to give them considerable
I food before the very eyes of the keep
I ers
o Shouting and hammering on the
doors were continued all day and those j
I who approached within hearing dis
tance were greeted with the vilest
curses The men declare that they will
never submit to discipline again and
prison officials are fully aware that it
will tie a difficult task to restore tran
quility Warden Hale declares that
there is no foundation in fact for the
complaints regarding the quality of
fpod served He thinks this charge is
merely a pretext for the convicts re I
fusing to work in the Jute mill and
positively declares that having quelled
the first outbreak he is now master of
the situation i
INTERNATIONAL CHESS
I
House of Representatives Will Play
the Commons
Washington May SO Some time was
spent today by Manager Marean of the
Western Union Telegraph company In
perfecting arrangements for the trans
mission and receipt of messages to and
from the London office in connection with
connecton wih
the international chess game between the
picked teams of the house of representa
tires and the
British house of commons
which will begin tomorrow at 2 oclock
The telegraph instruments have been put
into tho room occupied by the house com
mittee on commerce which Is sufficiently i
sulcent
commodious to comfortably accommodate i
the players the telegraph officials and a I
few other persons who will bo admitted j
The office was In direct communication i I
hl hA Hearts Content Nova Scotia i i i
the American terminus of the Atlantic I
cable and the messages exchanged today J I
were handled with an expedition that i
gave assurance of being able to transmit i
the announcements of the moves at both I I
ends of the line with sufficient celerity to i i
keep the game moving
rolng according to the
schedule time The messages exchanged
today related to securing a exchange I
derstanding of the form in whIch an
nouncements were to ho rJI If wic I
agreed that the five boards should be
designated by numbers No I No 2
etc and that the moves should be speci
fed by the numerical designative ad
jectives as first second etc
Some of the members of the house who
will represent the American end of the
contest were also at the capitol keeping i
an eye on the telegraphic preparations i
prefartOls
and experimenting briefly on openings
While they are generally hopeful of the
outcome they realize that their British
Brtfh
antagonists enjoy some advantages over
I them
I NEW YORK TAILORS I
Third Week of the Clothing Makers
Strike I
New York May 30The big strike of
garment makers entered upon its third
week today About S5W operators whose I
employers have signed the new agree
age
ment have returned to work leaving
about 22400 still on strike in this
40 sti trke 11 city j
and Vicinity Leader Meyer Schoenfeld to I I
day said there were many omens of suC i
cess for the strike and expressed himself i
as satisfied that the operators would not j I
return to work under the old conditions i
The strikers will hold a mass meeting in j
sdaa i
Cooper Union on Tuesday iet to bo I
addressed by Seth Lowe Samuel Gomn
and era others John Swinton Joseph HarondeLs
Will Climb S1 Elias
New York May 30 Prince Luidll
Amadeu of Savoy Duke of Abbruzzl and
nephew Of the King of Italy and who
has come to America for the purpose of
ascending Mt Ellas Alaska left this
morning on a special train on the Penn
sylvania road for Chicago He was ac
companied by his aidedecamp
Chevalier Umbesto Cagne Chevaliers
Vlttorlo Sella and Francisco Gonnella
I and Doctor Ffilppi He also takes with
him five experienced Alpine mountain I
I guides
I Got Five c Years r
Nashville Tenn May 30 Yesterday
i In the criminal court at Lebanon in the
I case of the state vs W V Hall the
Jury found him guilty of unlawfully
I receiving deposits and fixed sentence
at five years in the penitentiary The
I case will be appealed Hall was cashier
of the bank of Watertown which failed
I i i faled
about a year ago I
t
Destroyed y Fire
Christiania May 30The town of
Namsos province of North Trundhjem
near the mouth of the Namsen river on
the Namsen Fjord west coast of Norway
has been destroyed by fire The flames
fanned by a fierce wind spread fo rapidly
that the 1SK > inhabitants were unable to
save even their furniture
A JLu
IN THE SPORTING VORLD
Dozen Starters For the Big
I I Brooklyn Handicap
I
REQUITAL IS NOT IN IT
ST LOUIS FARMERS HAVE A
DAY OFF
Palmiste Wins the Jockey Club Race
or French Derby Ansons Colts
Win From Baltimore Other
I Games on the DiamondOdds and
Ends of Sport From All Over the
Country
New York May 30As far as could
be learned there is every probability
of a dozen starters In the Brookvln
handicap to be run at Gravesend to
morrow and the owners and trainers
profess to be well satisfied with the
condition of their charges The ton
weight however will be an absentee
for the Thompsons have concluded not
to start Requital his work since his
defeat by Handspring1 being very un
satisfactory The reports that Hand f I
spring would be among the missing are I
vigorously denied by P J Dwyer who
states that his colts condition is en
tirely satisfactory his work being the
best of the year and Simma will pilot
him Belmar is next in weight and his
move on Wednesday last was so satis
factory that he will be a great favor
lie with many although his stable
companion The Winner wno ran so
good a race in the Metropolitan handi l
cap is thought to be the better of the
pair M 1 Dwyer will enter Harry
Reed and Ben Eder and they are ab
solutely lit Tile former however is In
hlirhf U fnvnr nnnnt Phse who have
j I o ben watching the early morning gal
I lops Of Onecks stables Sir Walter is
sure to be a popular favorite Maurice
will he a starter in all probability but
his races at Morris Park have been ex
I tremely bad Lake Shore will go and
will doubtless have considerable fol
I lowing on his last race Merry Prince
j showed his heels to a fine loa the only
I time he has started this year and iuo
exercises since have led Mr Belmont
to think that he has a chance From
Brighton Beach comes reports of fa
I vorable work by Mr Keenes King Ar
thur I Volley and Jefferson are re I
I ported to be fairly burning up the track
in exercise work and the owners of
I those lightweights declare that the race I
is as good as won for them Thus it
I will be seen that l all the reports are
i correct the race will be the most sen I
sational in its history The entries and
weights follow Handspring 125 Bel
I mar 121 Sir Walter The Winner 115
Harry Reed 114 Ben Eder 113 Free
i Advice Loki 108 Lake Shore 105
Merry Prince 100 King Arthur I 58
Volley 95 Jefferson SS
Of the 13 carded every horse has as
far as it known satisfied his trainer
and owner Each and every one of the
probable starters has either raced wel
or is known to havefhown good pri
vate trials with the exception1 of Loki
of whom nothing is known here
The question of the favorite in the
big event is an open one I lies be
tween Handspring and Belmar with a
probability of the shorter price being
on the former The winner Belmars
stable mate will undoubtedly receive a
great deal of consideration Sir Wal
ter is always a possibility but he ever
has been an unfortunate horse in the
big races With a heavy track the light
weights will be expected to cut out a
rattling pace with a large probability
I of one of them getting the large end of
the pure Both of lI F Dwyers en
I tries are in fine condition Ben Eder I
I in particular is said to be just fit for i
a hard struggle and Harry Reed hav j j
I Ing recently acquired a better reputa j I
I tion for distance than he used to
have I
I The conditions and entries follow
The Brooklyn handicap of 10000 for
i f 3yearolds and upwards 250 each I
half forfeit or 50 if declared by Feb
I ruary 20 to the winner S000 to the
I second horse 1500 and to the third
horse J500 one mile and a quarter
I P 1 Dwyers Handspring 125 G E
i Smiths Belmar 121 Oneck stables Sir
Walter 115 G E Smiths The Winner
1115 F M Dwyers Hary Reed 114 l
F Dwyers Ben Eder 113 Bromley
Cos Free Advice lOS E F McLeans
Loki 10S F L Parkers Lake Shore
105 August Belmonts Merry Prince
100 J R Jenkins King Arthur I SS
Jefferson W C Dayls SS Volley 95 Erie stables
I The jockeys for the handicap are as
I follows
I Belmar Sloan The Winner Griffin
I i Ben Eder Thorpe Harry Reed Taral
Sir Walter Doggett Handspring
I i
fn
Simms Merry Prince rdSPlJg
I Arthur I Hamilton Volley Lamley
Lake Shore H Martin Jefferson Pow
ers Loki J Hill Free Advice Scher
I rer
ST LOUTS TURNERS
Mass Exercises Attended by Six
Thousand
St Louis May 30The combined
Turners organization in this city
united at the fair grounds today in the
largest festival In the history of the
St Louis district Fine weather
brought out an Immense crowd which
was enabled to view some of the post
poned events o the national turnfest
held here during the early part of the
month
On the last day of the festival rain
interfered with the programme and
the mass exercise which were to have
been the finest ever seen had to be dis
pensed with Today COOO Turners com
prising men women boys and girls
belonging i to the St Louis societies
I joined in mass exercises WIth a very
I I pleasing effect
Palmiste Won the Derby
I Paris May 30The Prix Du Jockey
club or French derby second only to
the Grand Prix De Paris in social and
I racing interests was run today at
I I Chantilly and won easily by Palmiste
I Baron De Sehicklos 3yearold
I trained by Webb Twelve horses ran
and Palmiste went under
I the wire two
and a half lengths ahead of Doge and
I Falcon running a dead heat for second i
place Palmiste I was sired by Le
Sancy out of Perolexlto
San Jose Bicyclists I
San Jose Cal May 30The first Sun i i
day meet under the auspices of the
California Associated Cycling club this I
afternoon was a success as regards the I
races but the attendance was only fair I
One worlds record twothirds IYolal a I
mile handicap fell to Otto Ziecler he
making the distance in 120 C R
Coulter had held the record since R
ye = r when he made i at Dener in 13 I
25 Summaries
Twothirds mile handicap professional
Zle = ler won C R Coulter second Allen
Jones third Time 120 all second scrtch Alln
One mile open professional Zlegler won
Dunning second Dons third Time
10OnethIrd Tme
Onethird mile amateurJ E Int
o
1
won JMott second JWyraan third Time
4 I3
I j Mile handicap amateur 25 yards handi
1 rap Wynian won a FVE Wins scratch
i second C A Krafts 130 third Time
1 f f
Chicago bad Race
I Chicago May sl GTle eleventh an
nual Chicdgo roaiL race under the
auspices of the Associated Cycling
clubs will start tai rrow forenoon at
1 oclock from thfc Wisccnsin Central
station a mile west of the Wheeling
town hall The out is nearly straight
away and is ithin a few yards of 25
miles the finish being made in Garfield
park Four hundred and ninetysix
entries have been accepted Fair
weather Is promised and record break
ing Is in order
The first annualjrpad race of the
J Cook count cyclists association will
start at the same point at 10 oclock and
follow the same cone for 1 miles the
finish being at Electric park The dis
tance Is nearly IS tallies There is 230 i
entries Rumors Jf trouble between
tf eJ1
the rival organizations at the starting
point are denied Officials of the Cook
county club say tlfefiinen will be well
out of the coursebEfjOre the associated
cure 1tjre
clubs are ready to start
At KaI n City
Kansas City Mnjt30The Decora
tion day exercises jh Kansas City to
morrow promise to Jbe overshadowed
by the annual roadrape over the Waldo
park course ten niiluS which ha come
to be the local Cilcjing event of the
year One hundred and nineteen
scorchers have entered for the contest
I In the handicap flveL riders have been
placed at scratch These are Vincent
P Doyle Kansas CIty winner of the
time prize a year ago Alex Laing and I
J E Weldner of St Louis and J A
Conover and Leitner pf Kansas City
The extreme allowance is seven min
utes Nearly every town of importance
in Kansas and Missouri will be repre
sented Omaha sends two represent f
atives namely D T Hall who gets
one minute and L6uis Fletcher who
handicapping is allowed a minute and a half In the I
BASEBALL I
Game at Cheyenne
Special to JTliV Herald
Cheyenne WYQ < itay 30A hot six
inning game of baseball was played
here this afternoon between the Fort
Collins and Cheyenne athletics the lat i
ter winning by a score of 13 to 1 An
other game will be pjayed tomorrow
I I
ChicagoBaltimore I
Chicago May 30The Colts met the i I i
Champions for the first time this j i
season today and defeated them easily I 1
by bunching their hits in the third and i
eighth Dale was badly spiked I
sliding t6 the plate in the third and will I
be laid up some time the cut necessitating
sitating several stitches Kelly and f 1
I Jennings were ordered out of the game
for constant wrangling and kicking
over Hursts decisions Corbett and I
Pond taking their places The Austral
ian ball players were interested spec
tators Chicago 9 Baltimore 3
Batteries Griffith apd Kittredge I
Hoffer and Bowerman Umpire Hurst
CincinnatiWashington
Cincinnati May 3L gon Senators t
made their first appearance here this i
seasbn and were defeated by te Reds I
In a slow and uninteresting game Attendance I
tendance 7000 Score Cincinnati S
Washington 7 j I
Batteries Breitensteln Rhines
Schrlver King German and McZulre j
Umpire Emslie I
CREDIT MENS MEETING I I
Kansas City Preparing to Receive
Members
Kansas City May Elaborate pre
parations have already been made by the
local business men for the retention of
the 400 or more delegates expected to be J
present at the second annual convention
of the National Association oC Credit i
j Men to be held here June h 10 and 1 i
II I i The following named have so far been
assigned places on the programme and
promised to attend J G Cannon vice
president of the Fourth National bank
o New YorK who will deliver an ad
dress on Individual Credits John j
Field president of the Philadelphia as j
sociation of credit men Hon J T Ter
who will speak bankruptcy
ry wi on leg
islation Gilbert S Man of Portland Or
V B G McMechen of Toledo Jacob
Furth of St Louis O L Reddin and
T J Ferguson of New Orleans and
G H Have of Chicago An unusual
Interest in the convention Is I being man
States Ifested by cerdlt men all over the United
TIS BETTER SO
I
Texas Saved the Expense of a Mur
der Trial
pf Hnl Tpu rn ritii nnlh
borhood was assembled at Salem church
I eight miles from here yesterday In ob
servance of Decoration day Two young
I men Will Leads and Wit Bosworth were
among the number Bad blod existed
between them too much talk being the
I cause They walked away from the
crowd together and stopped after going
some distance appearing to talk the mat
ter over very calmly One turned as If to
leave when the other drew a revolver
lre
The other wheeled and both fired bout
the same Instant and continued until their
revolvers were empty Both were deed
when their friends got to them E < er
bullet fired by each man took effect in
his opponent Leads was shot three times i
through the body and once through the
arm Bosworth was hit twice in the
head twice in the body and once In the
dT1 t dbg
leg The duel f could have been prevented i 0 i
but thought I I I
every one when they walked
away thnt they were likely to nntch < j 0
their troubles and as this was desired I I
they were allowed a clear field I
Wanted n Good Port
Lanagua Nicaragua May 30Chas I
Smith the representative of an English
syndicate who has been for some time
endeavoring to secure concessions for I
the construction of a freight
constructon frelfht railway
line across Nicaragua terminating at I
the best harbor on each ocean In oono
sition to the American Canal compa
nys contract left for London yester
day
Charles E Nicoll the British consul
at Managua has given his endorse
ment to a contract vIlh Nacaragua en
tered into bv an engineer to make a
I topographical survey of the region of
the Rio Cece in eastern Nicaragua
PEARY GOING T GREENLAND
I Will Take c Party With Him From
Colby College
New York May 30A dispatch to the I
I World from Waterville Me says I
Lieutenant Peary has offered to take
I from Colby university one professor
and five students with him on his pre
iminary trip to Greenland Should the
offer be accepted the delegation would
consist of W S Bayley professor of
geoloj and mincrology and five stu
dents selected by him
The trip has been so arranged that
the party will have about two months
in Greenland and return here in season
to begin college work in the fall Sim
ilar offers have been made to Yale and
Dartmouth and both have been ac
cepted
The offer to Colby will be considered
qn Friday when Lieutenant Peary will
be here i
i i
4 g J
AMMUNITION FOR tUBA
Another Filibustering Expedition
Meets With Success
THE DAUNTLESS LANDS
I
OVER TWENTYFIVE THOUSAND
DOLLARS WOBTH OF STUFF
q <
4
Second l Largest Cargo Ever Put on
Shore Never Saw a Spanish Ves
sel on the Trip Very Smooth
Work cSStba Part of the F bus j
V o
r < HB
I < r T > t
Wilmington N C May 30The I I
Messenger today prints a detaile < acj H I
fount of the loading of the tujarAlex t
ander Jones and her departure with
the schooner John D Long on a Cuban
filibustering expedition The facts were
obtained from a member of the crw
of the Alexander Jones which returned
to port several days ago His story
substantially is as followu
On Thursday night May 13 the Tones
took on a cargo of rifles machetes
rapid firing guns and ammunition at
the wharf of the Wilmington New
bern Xorfolk railway in the southern
limits of the city Before she had en
tirely finished her carg a report was
started that officers were approaching
and hat the revenue cutter Morril was
getting up steam Taking alarm at
this the Jones pulled out and started
down the river at 1Q45 p m and ia a
few hours crossed the bar and anchored
outside The schooner John D Long
having meanwhile been loaded with
coal and other material at the Wilmington
mington and Weldon railroad wharf
was shortly afterwards towed out to
sea by the tug Jacob Brandon going
past the revenue cutter Colfax On the
schooner were General Munez and
another officer of the Cuban army a
Cuban pilot and Captain Jonn OBrien
of the filibustering tug Dauntless At
the sea buoy they went on board the
Jones anchored near by and Captain
i OBrien took charge of the expedition
IA hawser was made fast from the
Jones to the schooner and early Friday
morning the tug steamed to the south
with her tow The Jacob Brandon r
turned to Southport
On the way down the coast no port
was entered but off Palm Beach on I
the coast of Florida 62 Cubans weie
taken on board The Jones then towed
the schooner to the Bahamas and in
the vicinity anchored in the open sea
on May 18 On May 20 the filibuster
Dauntless hove in sight and came
alongside the Jones and the schooner
She coaled from the schooner took a
cargo of arms from the Jones and
with Captain OBrien in command
headed for the Cuban coast about 60
miles away She left the Jones between
8 and 9 oclock Thursday night made a
successful landing in Cuba near Mat
anzas and after an abseqcc of 24 hours
reture to the Jones and went on
board the Dauntless and accompanied
Captain OBrien
When the Dauntless left with her
second cargo the Jones coaled from the I
schooner towed her off Cape Canaveral
Fla and turned her loose She sailed
back and got into Southport yesterday
morning
The cargo carried out of h r was I
valued at isuuu ana is saio to nav
I been the second largest ever landed In
Cuba
I
I The member of the crew above re i
o ferred to says there is no truth in the
story that the Jones was chased and II i
fired on by the Spanish war vessel
j The Jones never saw the smoke of such j
a war vessel while on her trip I
SPANISH EDITORS SNORT
Dont Like the Manner in Which
Business is Done
Havana May 30In a leading arti
cle this morning El Diane de la Mar
ina makes a scathing indirect attack
upon Commissioner Calhoun by criti I
cising articles which have appeared in
a Washington newspaper over the sig
nature of Mr Pepper who in the guise
of an intimate friend of President Mc I
Kinley and Mr Calhoun accompanied I
the latter to CuLa
Kl Dingo de la Marina maintains that j
many incidents of the interior working I
of the mixed commission which are I
wholly private have been divulged in
Mr Peppers letter thus tending to I
pnmnrnmlfi Mr Calhoun The naICr i
i also resents Mr Peppers unfriendly at
1 titude toward Spain In his reports on
i the Cuban question expressing disgust
that while he blames Spain for the
i i natural result of the war he has no
o word of censure for the Cuban insur
gents whose torches are destroying
the wealth of the island
i In closing its article El Diario de la
I Marina calls attention to the fact that
j two New York newspapers whose Cu
1 ban representatives are scarcely Lay
1 orable to Spain maintain bureaus in
1 Havana under the same roof with the
j United States consul general intimat
I ing without much delicacr that the
correspondents of these newspapers
are virtually under the wing of Gen
eral Fitzhugh Lee and draw most of
I their Inspiration from him
I Mr Fishback accompanied by Mr
Pepper went Into the interior today to
visit Guanajay Mr Calhoun spent
the day with General Lee at the Amer
ican consulate
Captain General Weyler went from
Tunas to Jucaro on Friday but re I
turned to Tunas today
The insurgents dynamited a passen 1
ger train between Santa Clara and E3
peranza The baggage car was cap
sized and the locomotive and three
passenger cars were derailed but no I
I IIVCS wtn IU
BREAK IN THE LEVEE
i
iI I
Eternal Vigilance Price of Safety
en the River
New Orleans May 30A crevasse
resulting from over confidence and re
laxation of vigilance occurred at 6
oclock this morning in the levee at
Conrads Point four miles by rail be
low Baton Rouge on the east side of
the Mississippi river At 2 oclock this
morning information was received at
Baton Rouge that the levee at Con
rads sugar house was leaking badly
and that a crevasse was liable to occur
at any moment There has been a feel
ing of almost perfect security through j
out that section and the thought of a I
crevasse had not entered Into the cal
culation of things liable tt take place
There were no laborers within call as
they had all been discharged and sent
to their homes The levee authorities I
at Baton Rouge hastily gathered to
gether a force of men and placed them
on barges of material which happened I
to be anchored along the front of the
Burton saw mill and by 4 oclock a 0
tug was towing the barges of menand
material to the scene of danger At 6
oclock shortly before the barges ar
rived at the plantation the levee burst
with a loud report and the water in a
I
stream 40 feet wide and seven feet
deep began pouring through a break
and spreading rapidly over the fertile
I lands in the vicinity The officials of
the Pontchartrain levee district and of
the Illinois Central railroad are on
hand with large forces of men and un
limited supplies of material and will no
doubt succeed in closing the break be
fore any very serious damage Is done
to the adjacent plantations
SHE WANTS TO DIE
Mildred Brewster Will Doubtless
Recover
ilpntpelier Vt May 30It now
seems possible that Mildred Brewster
who shot and kiled Annie Wheeler yesterday
terday and attempted suicide may re
cover although she has a 32calibre
bullet in her brain Doctors Chandler
and McGuire last night tried to remove
the bullet but failed to find It Miss
Brewster however during the last 12
hours has grown stronger and remained
conscious this forenoon When asked
by Dr > Chandler If she remembered
what she did yesterday she replied
I yes and inquired if Annie Wheeler
r was alive When toldshewas not she
expressed surprise but said nothing
The doctor asked her if she still wanted
to die and she said she did
THE HERALD BULLETIN I
PAGE ONE
I the Sporting World
Progress on the Tariff Bill
More Ammunition For Cuba
PAGE TWO
Memorial Day Observances
Memorial Day at First M E
Church
In Railway Circles
Awful Accident atDenver
PAGE THREE
Park City Excursion
At S1 Marys CathedraL
PAGE FOUR
Editorial I I
PAGE FIVE I
Rev A L Hudsons Discourse
I Fraternal Societies
PAGE SIX
Farm and Garden Note
PAGE SEVEN
Barton and Graves
News From Nearby Towns
Fish and Game Law
PAGE EIGHT
Some Living Pioneers
For Douglas Browns Defeated
Apostle Grants Condition
Memorial Day Programme
BURGLARS BIG BID
WANT 850000 CASH FORSTOLEN
3 SECURITIES
Plunder of the Manhattan Savings
Bank Bobbed by Jimmy Rope
Offered t the Bank For a Reward
New York May 20 Nineteen years ago
the country was startled by the report I
of the bIggest bank burglary know in
the history of the world It occurred I
Sunday October Z JS7S The Manhattan
Savings Institution of this city was I I
robbed of securities estimated at 221iW
and 11000 in cash
With the execution of a few bonds
offered for sale some time ago none of
the securities have been recovered I
was believed that they had been buried
or destroyed
That the securities arc still in existence
Is known here A short time ago ne
gotiations were opened between men said
10 represent the burglars and President
Joseph Bird of the Manhattan Savins
Institution for their return
The burglars have made a demand for
JoQUOO and no questions to be asked with
the understanding that the securities are
to be handed over in good shase and
that Immediately upon their delivery the
money shell be paid In cash President
Bird who at the time of the robbery was
paying teller of the Manhattan Savings
Institution said today that foiOOO had
been asked for the return of the bonds
and although the bank officials would
like to get them back he declared they I
would not pay the amount asked Con 1
tinuing Mr Bird said
Many of the securities are worthless
today I should say since the government
came to our assistance some time ago by I 0
an act of congress authorizing the secre
tary of the treasury to reissue duplicates I I
In place of the stolen United States bonds i
There were a number efS other bonds I
issued by cities and corporations 1 I
pc efh I foJ
course we would like to have the origin
His as it would make i easier for us to
collect the moneys Involved
I refer particularly to the Yonkers
City 7 per cent coupon bonds There were
J118000 Yorkers bonds stolen and out Ot
I that amount we have received J9SOOO
I which leaves SJOOOO due SO I
i Mr Bird stated that he believed the
I offer to be made in good faith and the
case has been placed In the hands of the I
banks counsel Those who rtcipated
In or were connected with tre robbery i
were Jimmy Hope John Hope Patrick
I Shevelln the watchman of the bank
William Kelly Peter Emerson alias f
Eddie Banjo Golding Pete John altos Nugent Eddie Goodie a policeman John
Tracy and Johnny Dobbs Of these
Jimmy and John Hone are living in this I
city The others are all either dead thi I
in prison I
I i GRAVE DESECHATORS II I I
Ghouls Do Dirty Work at Jackson I
California j I
Jackson aI May 30This morning It j I
was noticed that the grave of Ir T i
Rice who was buried in the public
cemetery here last Wednesday had publc I
disturbed Gloves of the pallbearers
whIch had been thrown upon the casket
at the funeral were found on the surface
1 lrr dont I
The grave was reopened today The I
outer box containing I the casket was
UUUU UXUKtO unu Oe cover Ot tne casket
had been lifted The corpse was there
and there was no evidence that the body
h g i
had been touched This Is the second ease
months of grave desecration here within a few I
0
FREAKS OF GENTLEMEN I
Same Kind of Youth Who Hooted
Bryan j
Cambridge Mass May 30It was
discovered this morning that the John i
Harvard statue located In the delta of j
memorial hall in the college yard at
Harvard university had been be i
smeared with red paint during the
night probably by students In celebra
tion of Harvards victory over Prince
ton yesterday The paint was daubed
in patches chiefly on the base of the
granite foundation and steps were f
promptly taken to remove It
This Is the second time within five I
years that the statue has been simi
larly treated
Lunched With Constantine
Athens May 30 Dispatches from
Lamia report forward movements of a
suspicious character by the Turks Ma
jor General Nelson A Miles arrived yes
terday at Lamia visited the Greek
lines and subsequently lunched with I
Crown Prince Constantine j
t
1
I CLAIM GOOD PROGRESS
I But Republicans Not Inclined to
Felicitate
3
SUGAR WILL EXCITE TALK
PETTIGBEW AND HIS ANTI
TRUST AMENDMENT
I Offered it Will Precipitate Live
ly Debate Bepublicans May Caucus
cus on Sugar Effort t Place
White Pine on the F Lt
Simpson After Beed Minors De
barred Soldiers Homes
Washington May 30The impression
was general about the senate at the
close of the first weeks discussion of the
tariff bill yesterday that the sugar
schedule would be reached toward the
close of tho present week The progress
so far made while it was much less
marked yesterday than on previous days
Is generally regarded a little less than
phenomenal as modern tariff debates
go Senator Vest declares that tho pres
ent bill Is a far advanced now as was
the Wilson bill after five weeks of dis
cussion while Senator Jones of Arkansas
asserts that a much of the present
bill was passed over on the frt day of
consideration a was disposed of In the
Wilson bill In three weeks The Re
publicans generally concede that good
progress has been made but they ajro
pot inclined to felicitate themselves too
much until they see what policy Is to be
pursued when questions of more general
interest are reached than have yet been
broached
The sugar schedule in all probability
will excite more prolonged and t r
debate than any other in the bill The
Democrats are making very extensive
preparations hIIA for the n discussion nn of In this
H HU u
made upon It The Indications are that
various other questions of general In
terest will be considered In connection
with the sugar duty Senator Pettfsrrew
Is contemplating presenting his amend
ment asalnst trusts In this connection
conneton
and It certain that the Hawaiian ques
tion will come to the front in an amend
ment providing for the continuance of
the reciprocity treaty with the Hawaiian
islands With reference to the Hawaiian
treaty there Is no longer much room for
doubt that provision will be made to
continue the present treaty In effect It
etect I
Is l probable that this will be done bv a
direct declaration that nothing In the bill
I shall be construed as abrogating the
treaty The Republican members of the
committee are contemplating this change
I Senator Pettlrew insists upon offering
the trust amendment to this schedule he
will precipitate one of the most Interest
ing debates of the session The Repub
henna are not yet decided whether they
will caucus on the sugar schedule but
there Is more or less talk to this effect
There arc two schedules to be con
sidered after the conclusion of that under
present discussion before tile eujar
schedule can be reached There are the
metal and wool schedules The metal
schedule is not especially objectionable
to the Democrats containing as It doe
many of the Wilson low rates but It Is
more or less complicated and will necessarily
I sarily consume time The wool schedule
i i will develop no little antagonism ac
I j count of the duty on lumber There
rted
I nnb a quite determined rl to re
store white pine lumber to the free list
ls
The Tillman resolution for
Tima resoluton a Migar
f investigation probably will be reported
without to the senate Tuesday I will be passed
difficulty when taken up ac
I cording to the present outlook but Sen
ator Tillmnn will find opportunity to
mae another speech If there is any ap
parent effort at delay The senate will
not be in session tomorrow having wi
inn1 nnp n I
jdayV i uu UUL UL ccuxauon
I
I SIS N AFTER REED
I Sockless Jerry Will Worry the a
From Maine
I Washington May oThe attempt to
embarrass Speaker Reed for the pro
I jority gramme has of become inaction the pursued settled by policy the ma of
j I Representative Simpson and other mem
I sh of the minority and l the sessions of
the house this week will witness I a con
i tinuation of these tactics The confer
I ence report of the sundry ciII and
Indian appropriation bills arc ready for
consideration and the leaders would like
to dispose of them But the difficulty now
i is that many of the members have gone
I home and at present there is no quorum
I in the city This will Interfere with the
desire of the leaders to recess until JTues
tes
day when the house meets tomorrow and
compel an adjournment until Thursday
On that day If a quorum is present the
house will proceed with thesE two con
ference reports and also the bill carrying
appropriations ins office for the government print
NO MINORS NEED APPLY I
= T 4
I Postomce Dabars Boys Under 21
I From Chief Clerkships
Washington May 30Tile policy of the
I i postofllcc department as to the appoint
ment of minors in the postoffices has
been definitely fixed and they will be de
barred from chief clerkships and deputy
DosfiSSterships except In a few of the
thirdclass offices where circumstances
urge their peculiar fitness Even then
they will not be allowed urbecome acting
postmasters on account of the legal
declaration that contracts made by
minors are voidable This effectually
brs them from being even temporarily
postmosters so far as the assumption of
the responsibilities of that office Is con
cerned An Instance is at Madison Ind
rhere M G Garber applied for the ap
Dointment 01 a person less than 18 years
old as chief clerk and deputy postmaster
An Inquiry from the postmaster general
has deduced the statement that H Is Inad
visable for a town the size of MadIson
having about 12000 population to take
such action The department refards it as
agaInst public policy and the interests
of the service to appoint minors though
except as to acting duties of postmaster
shins no legal inhibition on minors gen
erally Is cited It was only a short time
coo that a name was submitted for
postmaster at Oxford 0 a firstclass of
fice and the recommendations were of the
strongest character but It was found
tht the candidate was only 20 years old
o A + > > nim > WHS withdrawn from con
sideration
TOUR OF THE HOMES
Committee Making Its Annual In
vestigating Journey I
Washington May 30The board of
managers for the home of volunteer
soldiers will meet here next Wednesday I
and after the conclusion of the routine
business will start on the annual tour of
Inspection of the homes The board goes I
first to the central branch at Dayton O
thence to the Marion lad branch the I
northwestern brunch at Milwaukee the l
western branch at Leavenworth and then
to the Pacific branch at Santa Monica
Cal
Lay it to the Bed
Montpelier VL May 20A folding
bed at the Union House closed auto
matically duringlast night while Henry
Kendall aged 63 was sleeping In it
He was dead when taken out having
either been smothered or died of heart
failure induced by fright
Travelers Meeting
Nashville Tenn May Delegates
to the convention of the National Trav r
elers Protective association which
meets in this city Tuesday for a five
days session are arriving Several
thousand are expected to attend

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