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Will Do It.
VOLUME 2. NUMBER 21.
Washington, May 12.It is stated
that Senator Fairbanks of Indiana has
informed the president that he desires
the honor of running with him.
tf this is the case it settles the ques
tion of the vice presidency. Senator
Fairbanks, unwillingly, was the fore
most man for the place, and it is quite
certain that Senator Fairbanks, will-
Many Germans, English and Ameri
Washington, May 12.Mr. Leger,
the Haytian minister at Washington,
has cabled his president requesting to
be fully advised as to the situation in
that country. The minister has had
no intimation of the impending trou
ble there, although he knew that his
government was prosecuting a num
ber of cases growing out of the Hay
tian national bank scandal. As a re
sult of this prosecution it is said a
number of Germans, English and
Americans have been imprisoned.
Whether they are still incarcerated
or are out on bail is not known here.
They are charged with issuing false
bonds to the amount of $2,000.
AMERICA AS COMMON FOE.
Colombia and Venezuela Plan Latin
Washington, May 12.The state de
partment has information that Gen
eral Reyes of Colombia and President
Castro of Venezuela are attempting to
organize the republics of Central and
South America into an alliance that
will be unfriendly to the United States,
especially in a commercial way.
This long has been one of Castro's
pet schemes and the state department
officials are not surprised that Colom
bia is suporting him. They do not be
lieve the movement will become seri
ous, for Castro recently failed in re
newed efforts to secure the, co-opera
tion of the other Latin-American coun
Reports of Peruvian and Brazilian Bor
Rio Janeiro, May 12.Reports-from
Europe received here show that the
border skirmishes which have been gp
ina: on between the Peruvian and Bra
zilian troops in the Alto-Purus and
Alto-Jurua districts have been ridic
..ulously exaggerated. The Associated
Press correspondent is authorized by
the Brazilian goverhmeritfo say that
successful negotiations for an amicable
settlement between the two govern
ments are fully expected. The depar
ture of the Peruvian minister to Bra
zil was purely a personal matter aud
without any political significance.
Atlanta, Ga., May 12 A head-on
collision between north and south
bound passenger-trains on the South
ern occurred near Rockmart, Ga., last
night. Several were injured, but not
FOR "APPENDIXLESS CLUB."
Alt "Veterans" of Operations Are to
Sioux City, la., May 12 The Ap
pendixless club is to be the name of a
unique social organization promoted
by Hamlet A. Rye of the National Bis
cuit company. Mr. Rye has called a
meeting of all who have lost their
vermiforms and -purposes a permanent
"It will be something like a G. A.
R.," Mr. Rye said. "We can talk of
our wounds and our battles within the
prison Avails of the hospitals."
MAN AND" WIFE DEAD.
Probably Swallowed Poison and Then
Turned on the Gas.
Chicago, May 12.Secretary Edward
Jarnigan of the Potter Paper company
and his wife were found dead in their
home Tuesday. Appearances indicate
that both had swalloned poison and
then turned on the gas.
Senator Fairbanks, of Indiana, Would
Like to be Roosevelt's
HAYTIAN BANK SCANDAL.
--ava -&^s A v2 & &
ing aiici eren desirous 01 running, win
be the .choice of most of the. big lead
ers. The president himself might find
some one whom ho would like better
for a running mate, but he has no ob
jections to Senator Fairbanks and, as
a matter of fact, the.president has an
nounced that he would not interfere in
the selection of a candidate for the
second olace on the ticket.
STEP TO REOPEN THE IROQUOIS.
Plans for Remodeling Laid Before
Chicago, May 12.A step towards
opening the Iroquois theater has been
taken. Plans for remodeling the in
terior in strict compliance with the or
dinance have been laid before Com
missioner Williams by the new own
ers, Hyde & Behman of New York and
Harry Davis of Pittsburg.
A seating capacity-of 1.600, which
Is not far from the old capacity, is
provided for. The steep pitch of*the
gallery is modified.. In the rear of the
main floor of the balcony and of the
gallery are planned fireproof wall?,
which will make, passageways leading
BRIEF BITS OF NEWS.
Queen I.iluokalani, former sovereign
of the Hawaiian islands, is ill* at her
apartments at "the St. Louis world's
Brigadier General Peter T, SwayfJe,
IT. S. A., retired, is dead at his home
at Los Nietos, Cal., aged seventy-four
Part of the Russian loan issued in
Paris has been taken by "Now York
banks, the National City being among
The Chilean cruisers Esmeralda and
Chacubueb have been definitely sold
to Charles R. Flint of New York. The
contract price is $5,150,000.
The French government has made
M. Philippe Bunau-Varilla, first minis
ter of Panama to the United States, an
officer of the Legion of Honor.
A strike of 2,500 journeymen bakers
has begun in Berlin. They demand
higher wages and a discontinuance of
the* system of boarding with their em
One of the largest dry goods.job
bing houses in the' country, Sweetser,
Pembrook & Co. of New York city, es
tablished in 1854, has adopted a policy
of gradual liquidation.
Colonel Henry E. Bristol, U. S. A.,
retired, is dead in New York city. He
entered the army under General Lewis
Cass and after the Civil war served in
several Indian campaigns.
Professor Henry Clark Johnson, au
thor of many text books and an as
sistant corporation counsel of New
York city since 1899, has been, found.
d'san nrTTlF apartments there from
-Minneapolis, May IT.-^Wfieat^^May,
93%e July, I2'/AC Sept., 8U?i@)S0%c.
On trackNo. 1 hard, 9Gc No. 1
Northern, fine. No. 2 Northern, !)3^c
St. Paul Union Stock Yards.
St. Paul, May 11CattleGood to
choice steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org common to
fair, $email@example.com cows and heifers,
$2.S54.25' veals, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs
$4.30@4.(i5. SheepGood to choice
yearling wethers, $4.75@5,I5 heavy,
.$4.Z5@5.10 good to choice lambs,
$5.10@5.G5 fair to good,. $4.75(^5.00.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, May 11.WheatMay,
91%c] July, 85%#85V old, 8G%c
ffl Waiters' 75c Black Coats for
ii Barbers' 85c Coats for
W Commencing Monday, May 16.
W Store will close at 7:30 P. M.
80%c old,2 81Vc. Corn
Mav, 47%c July, 48%c Sept., 48%rty
4SV.c Dec, 43%c OatsMay, 41 %c
July, 3878c Sept., 31@31V8c. Pork
May, $11.10 July, $ll!271/2
50. FlaxCash. Northwestern, $1.-
0914-: Southwestern, $1.01V2- -May,
$1.01% July, $1.04%. Butter Cream
eries, 15#18V2c dairies, i3@lfc.
Eggs15Vi (&15%c. PoultryTurkeys,.
12c chickens, 11c springs, 1% to 2
pounds, $5,email@example.com per dozen.
We will sell choice of our
1 Fancy VESTS at off!
Toklo. May 12.Details of the at
tack by Russian Cossacks at Anju.
Korea, have been received hero. The
Russian cavalry numbered^ 255 men
and their attack was spirited. The
Japanese garrison resisted.stuntly ami
succeeded in driving off the enemy.
Later Japanese reinforcements arrived
Indications point to the presence of
a Russian force at Yongbyong. between
Anju and Uii-san, but it probably is
small. It is evident that these Rus
sian cavalrymen wore sent south for
the -purpose of harrassina the Japan
ese Hanks and lines of communication.
The Japanese report of the fighting
at Anju does not give any losses.
Seoul, May 12.A Russian force, es
timated to number 200 men, is at
tacking Anjii, about sixty miles south
west of Wiju, Korea. The small Jap
anese garrison of that place is fight
The fighting at Anju commenced
early in the morning. The Japanese
garrison has sent a telegram to nearby
posts on the Wiju road for reinforce
The sudden attack on the Japanese
garrison at Anju by 200 Russians con
firms previous reports of the presence
of Russian scouting parties behind the
Japanese lines. The small Japanese
garrison at Anju indicated that the
was not expected.
ANOTHER POPULAR LOAN.
Japanese Cabinet Decides to Raise
Money at Home.
Tokio, May 12.At a cabinet meet
ing during the day it was decided to
float another popular loan of $50,000,-
000. at 95, redeemable in five years,
with interest at 5 per cent, payment
to be made in ten installments com
mencing in June, next. An imperial
ordinance providing for the loan will
be issued about May 20. Should-the
loan be over subscribed an equal dis
tribution will be made among, the .ap-
plicants, instead of giving preference
to small subscribers as was done in
the case of the last loan.
WILL DRAW THE JAPS ON.
Kuropatkin to Remain on the Defen
Paris, May 12.A dispatch to the
Temps'from St. Petersburg says Gen
eral Kuropatkin will not take the of
fensive until the end of July, aS it has
been decided to draw the Japanese as
far as_ possible -intothe- interior of
Swedish Minister Explains.
St. Petersburg, May 12.The Swed-'
fsh-Norwegian minister, in an inter
view during the day, explained that
the mining of the port of Slite, on the
island._oLUothland,_aiul--oUier-Swedis ports was in order to 'preserve the
neutrality of Sweden in the event of
complications in the Baltic arising
from the war in the Far East.
Prospectus of Japanese Loan.
London May 12.The~W'oTsf^tt7ifoT
the Japanese loan of $50,000,000 was
Issued during the day. The issue price
Is 93%. St. Petersburg, May 12.No news
has been received from the seat of
war confirmatory of the many rumors
of heavy fighting which are drifting in
from abroad, mainly through Japan
ese sources. There have been violent
thunder storms over Siberia and the
telegraph is working badly. Whatever
official information has reached the
emperor has not been made public as
his majesty left Tsarskoye early in the
morning to attend the review and had
not returned late in the afternoon.
The general stall admits it is without
advices as to whether the railroad or
telegraph to Port Arthur are still open.
Upon several points, however, specific
information is vouchsafed. The idea
that the Russian squadron at Port Ar
thur is being destroyed to prevent its
falling into the hands of the enemy is
scouted at the admiralty.
"We are not going to repeat the
5t'a"Ke~~TnaTnr'"'aT 'SeTjasIopTiT."" said
Vice Admiral Rojestvensky, comman
der cf the Paltic fleet. "If the
Worst Comes to the Worst
the squadron will put to sea, engage
the enemy and inflict as much (turn
age as possible before going to the
I bottom. Put you can say that it is a
little early yet to talk of such despera-
The general staff is positive that
there has been no fighl at Moatienling
pass for the simple lea^on that the
Russians do not occupy it. Only a few
'scouts were left thcrcC According to
reports ihe Japanese forces at Feng
huancheng were divided in advancing
i one part moving forward to Liaoyang
'and the other man hing toward Hai
I cheng. Loth Liaoyang and New
chwang are six days' march from
Fenghuanch'Tig. Therefore. tfiey
aifc.j*-. a lihul of importance is impos
sible for at least two days. The gen
eral staff is .without. iuforniatJop r*~
The Bemidji Daily Pioneer
BEMIDJI, MINNESOTA, TIIUiJiilAX. ^^&^^^
Japs Drive Off Force of Cossacks
Who Attack Korean Town.
ORDERS GENERAL RETREAT.
Kuropatkin May Even Retire as Far
North as Harbin.
St. Petersburg, May 1J. The war of
flee announces that General Riiropnt
Riii has ordered a geiraral retreat For
the moment he will hold onto Liao
'yang. but there is no intention on bis
part to light a genera I action there if
he can possibly avoid it. The plain
truth .is that Kuropatkin has nut
enough troops on the ground io risk
general aeiion. fending the arrival
of reinforcements he will, if hard
pressed, retire from btopxEUE to .Muk
den, and from Mukden, if necessary.
REVIEWS RUSSIAN TROOPS.
Fifty Thousand Men March Before the
St. Petersburg. May 12.Kinperor
Nicholas who was accompanied by the
empress and several of the grand
dukes and a brilliant staff, reviewed
50,000 troops on the Champ de Mars
during the morning. A great eon
course viewed the brilliant spectacle.
As each regiment marched past the
omperor the soldiers shouted, "Good
health, your majesty." A grand charge
of (Vssai'ks ended the review.
RU!N# IN WAKE OF RUSSIANS.
Set Fire to Villages and Burn Stores
in Hasty Retreat.
Kobe, May 12.In the haste of their:
retreat from Newchwiuig and other
points to escape being cut off by the
Japanese armies, which lutye landed
on both sides of the Lloaufng penin
sula, the Russians have burned and
destroyed their stores and s.el lire to
REVISED CASUALTY LIST.
Thirteen Hundred Dead Russians on
Antiing, May G, via Seoul, May 12.===
An official report of the-casualties
the battle of the. Ynjti shows a list of
31 Japanese officers killed and 20
wounded 1-00 men killed aud ('.(Hi..
wounded. On the Russian side 1,362
men were found deikl on the field,
475 wounded are in Japanese hospi
tals and Lffc men were taken pri.s
The captured Russian munitions of
war being brought to Aiilung include
20 field pieces 10 machine guns, much
small arm ammunition, 20 transport
wagons, 2 ambulances and band instru
ments,, the. latter perforated-wlth-bul
lets. TRAIN REACHES PORT ARTHUR.
No Japanese Troops Observed Near the
London, May'T2.-yA di^pntr-h, (n "thftj
Central,''News rroni faaoynng says:
A train hence reached Port Arthur
Tuesday. The railroad official's say
that no Japanese t-twps wen- observed
near the ruilroa i, Out that some Jap
ane.se cavalry were seen behind Feng
The dispatch adds thai advices from
Geiisan say that 4.50 Cossacks are still
at Songjin, about 150 mites north of
WILL PUT TO SEA
Worst Comes To Worst At Port Arthur
Russian Ships Will Engage
The Jap Fleet.
garmng the reported deaih of Lieiiti-n
ant General Zassalitch, declaring that
it-is not credible. The possibility of a
small engagement at Wafuhgtien is ad
mitted, although no information has
been received. Rut if an engagement
has occurred there they insist it. could
not have been of importance, as the
garrison is small.
The. Russian force at Newehwang is
withdrawing, but the place was still
held, according to the last advices.
HOLD STRONG POSITION.
Tibetans Will Stubbornly Resist Brit
New York, May 12.- -Moim'ted'Tiifnn-
trynien returned May to Carnp-onth..-
Carobt and n-poMed that Gic-y had
killed 2.',u Tibetan's 'luring the pursuit
after the force that had opposed the
advance of Colotiel Voiiiigbu-^band's
mission, says a Times dispatch from
fied Jong and open fire upon every-one
gpproachlng the town. Some hundreda
have taken residence in the monastery,
whence they 'nave opened fire u|M-n the
British troops. Persons of importance
arrive daily at. Jong and L'Hasa sentls
conserfpts from ntpnasteries and vil- i
lages in a wide radius.
American Cruiser for Chefoo.
Shanghai, May i_'. The L'uited i
States cruise) New firleaas. Rear Ad
miral Yates Stirling bn hoard, is mak- i
ling--bttrried pxi^aiaTIons to I'-ave here]
for f'hc.'oo. The reason for her depar
tuio has not been ahhounceel here.
Emperor Censured Mintsters for Neg
lect of Duty.
London. May 12. A dispatch to the
'Central STewa from Soul announces
that tin Korean abiiu-t has resigned- I
In a I'j.li a.- a ..Iii(s the em
peror having shaxpiyj'
CREEPING ON PORT ARTHUR
JAPANESE FORCES STEADILY AD-
VANCING ON RUSSIAN
Shanhnikwan. May 12.--The' Russian
troops are lingering in the vicinity of
Newehwang and some of ihem are re
turning to the city. The Russian ar
tilleiy is ready for instant transpoi'UV
The reports of fighting at l.iaoyang
have not been confirmed. There is a
possibility that it was merely a brush
Iiaieheng is being reinforced with
troops from Liaoyang.
it is reported here thai the Japanese
are creeping closely to Tort Arthur.
It is believed that the First Japan
ese army corps is still at Koiighu.-in
WILL MAKE NO PROTEST.
Ste Department and Report of Rus
Washington, May 12.-.The state Itk
pnrtinent has con.duded not to make
llll ..ollielal....proti.'i to the Kussian l-'o\-
ernineiii Mi',ainst the latest uttm-ances
01 M. t'a-v-fipl. laic' Hiissi-in niinistei Io
Korea, relative to the conduct of tlie
oih'ers rrf Hie uiitrod Wlates RhTp
ick.-Oiii.g in connection with the sm
coring of survivors ol'.lln N'ariag iVhil
Naval bfTtcei's here have shown con
Blclerable feeling over the criticiBiiis
ay affecting Iho liotiOr of the Gn.itwl
States i\y and are desirous of having
an. ihiiuiry -made as why t-heS'l
statements were given publication in
the Otlicial Messenger, thus siamping
thejii .as olbeial. The state depart merit
officials, however, sire dirfposod to Ig
nore the incident, cue of them explain
ing that M. I'avlotT's ittterancOH are,
in a measure, pardonable, in view of
the humiliations which lie 1ms suf
fered in being expelled from Korea.
Making due allowance' for his slate of
mind, according -to Hie stale depart
men! ofliclals, the department will not
notice the matler.
NO GUNBOAT ASKED FOR.
Belligerents Expected to Protect~BriT
London, May 12.Karl Percy, under
foreign secretary, replying to a. (lues
tion in the house of commons said the
British consul at Newehwang had not
asked for a gunboat for the protection
of Uritlsh interests there in view of
isters for neglect of their duties.
ands. Newehwang being In- the lliea
ter of.wtir his majesty^ government
some time ago took the only step po
sihle in rcniuesiing thtj be^lllgertmt-a-fe
sufeguanl 'I be int.-rests ol iiritisli BUb
jects. Tin- Russian government prom
ised thai all precautions would be
taken. Should Hie Russians retire from
Newehwang be (the secretniy) did
not KJipeoHC tlfero wouhl be any pro
lection for Hiitislr iifo or propeii
against, brigandages until the entry of
the Japanese, inlo the town.
St. Petersburg, May 12. It Is ru
mored here that Lieutenant General
Zassalitch was killed in the battle at
Maotieniing pass Tuesday, when Gen
eral Kuroki's troops came up with the
Russians and drove Ihem from Un-ir
While the rumor has not. been sub
Htantialed by ollicial reports it K"OIII:
certain that the battle was hard fought
and that the Russian Io:- /Were
Murpirysboro, 111. Mav 12. Six men
were.killed and a large.'number luirue-d
as the result of an pxplllsion of pow
der in .shaft No. 7 oi Hie ttu Mnddy
Coal and Iron Mine ciiinptiivy at ller-
About S25 men ate emiievej in die
mine and they had just .1-- .:.,n.n ^-'il-.. i,
Washington, May II. Owiiij to a
iMIlllii't of dates W ith the. sale nf the
('bippewa Indian lands at ('ronkstofi,
Minn., on' .land Io, 'ommissionc'r
Kndiards, of the jjeneriil land olliee
tOllllV directed that the sale of the Ketl
Wreckage Imprisons Them in a Burn
Chicago, May 1^. l'i\e liienn n:u'
rowly escaped death In a Iminlng
building ul &1 Institute place eiirly in
Whet! the firemen arrive,1 the three
upper floors of the strut title, which
is tenanted by cabinet and piano niak
ur.s, was blazing Inuly. Three plpemon
climbed ladders to the third Moor and
forced 'their way into the reiuel" of
the building'. Klnding ih lijCal too
ureal they tried to retteaj nod tie
discovered the ,|o.,i had hee.tj cau-IH
by falliag wse.l.ar.e. Wlien I en nun
tiles pa:- sed and the three lion did not
ajipear other llrtTTmn wont to the re
cue and carried Ihem froin the build
Ing.. They were soon revived.
A lew minutes later two pipein on
were oir tho roof, when it gave way,
They saved themselves by clinging to
the wall until ladders could be run up
MURDERED BY NEGROES.
Kansas City Printer Killed in Presence
Kansas City. May 12. clarence
Meyer, aged twenty" wo, a prliiier,
was terribly, slashed and killed in his
home in the southern part of the it
some time during the nighti Accord
Ing Io Mrs. Mey.'r, who repoit.sl the
matter to the police, two negroes en
morning, While one held the woman
to prevent her giving the ahum life
other struggled with Meyer, .slashing
him with a. razor on I head, throat
and body. Mi-.. Meyer l-ouii.' lir.-ron
scions and .lid not nkovei until many
hour.- later, when sin- fjuiud her. Inn'--'
band dead. 'Ihe home had been rail
sacked. The police haw fmmrU he
trace of I he nit.rn'"-.
Serious Riot in Chinese Town.
Shanghai. May 11'. Tioie was a riot
lit Chin'kiang during.-the day. The mob
burned Urn (|iiaiit r: of the ii'.-W police
force. SeveruLiieihons were killed or
instructed for Roosevelt.
NewTlaven. Conn., May 1.' Tie- ad
minis! ral Ion of President Koocvol!
was eiiuoised jt the Connectlcal tie
publican convention during the dji
and ii wan recommended that tb four
teen delegates chosen for the tuitlonal
convention .it Chicago vole uti. a unit
tor his noiniuatiou.
of the Far East
Is a close personal study of the
Mikado by one who knows
him, illustrated with drawings
by at iv e_ a pa ese a lists
in the May number of the
R. RusseH, Publisher, New York
A 35-cent Magazine for 1 5 cents. At all Newsdealers
The Pioneer Prints
than any other news
paper between Duluth
and Crookston, -Sfc Paul
and the North Pole.
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Six Me Killed and About One Hundred
Seriously Injured by Powder
The mine was barity wrecked, malt
ing ti,e work etr.-Hi-.il.' dtsHcult. Thirty
mine mules were killed.
i.m-kily !ie majority of tlie niinera
were working In athet parts of the
I shaft wrren the taitploaiuu'dccun'ed
thus being aide to assiii wttli the res-
A car containing fifty ifegfi oi__pm\ Lworking in the iiiiiy of the explo-
oxploded. The cause of the explosion uaion and it is believed that several
Is-iiot known. aie tiead and covered wiih^M-'-kage.
At noon eight) Injured men and the
feared that ffl^e of the
tollowlng dead were removed from th wounded:i|M may be slim --off front the res-
mine: Thomas Creen I've! Se.i.erg, cues an. 1 that tfiey may die. before be-
Jbhii .Miller, Grain and two broth-
iuinwnli.ev' many iheti wero
DATE OF LAND SALE CHANGED
NARROW ESCAPE OF FIREMEN, RESULT OF FAMILY TROUBLE,
i.ake ri'.-ei-\ ation lands at Thief River
Fill Is, sixlj miies from i-ookston,
begin .lime 'Jii instead uf the date
1!,v lived. Tlu'register and i-e-
reiver of tin- t.'roo.kt6n land ottlce
l.will bp at both openings to expedite
Michigan Man Kills Wife and Attempt*
Menominee. Mali., May 12. -One. of
the most terrible crimes in the history
of Menominee was -.iiimlti-ed during
[the. day Fred /iemaiin of Neenait
murdered his wife by cutting het
jthroat vviih a razor, 'hen he half aev
leied lit-, own tiea.l with tin- same
weapon. .The iiiin'o was done in the
house of .lain.- Smith, brother-in-law
i of the lea woman.
The '/.iemnnns had not lived together
I for i-oiue tiin-'. Mrs. /ieniann had
lat.d ai rived urn N'.-enali and was
followed by in 1,u,baud. Ai last ac
roilllts Ziemant! was -.!ill alive, with
4lli bt i ban es oi re.-oveiy.
ALLEN MAY RETIRE.
Resents Interference of President in
Washington. May 12. -There is a
possibility that Frederick 1. Allen,
commissioner of patents, will retire
be anse ei iiiieil'orenco with his official/
duties by President Roosevelt Tfi0.
[president is dissatisfied with the meth
cut puism-d by Mr. Allen and .-o1ne of
his -..iib'.udiiiutes aii'd Mr. Allen- resents
'boiiu o\ei'iu!e.i by the prcsttterrt:
The trouble arose ovec/tlio applica
i tion'of Tlioaias A. Edison,% the inveu
i tor, for a patent OIK a .device to be
used lii connectloa with his .storage
battery- The president ordered a- re-
nt Wy Edison,
I which Al.i i^fiad retiised.
ONLY EIGHT THOUSAND MEN.
Small Japanese Force on the Liaotung
Paris, Ma l::. The St. Petersburg
jorrespondenl of the Eclair says:
it Is now icriaiu that the Japanese
f.ave- -noi lauded more than SJMIO niwo
nl I'iiev.o. Only a tow detachments
of the advance guard reached the rail
way, whiih liny cnl in several places.
They then received orders to fall back
mid join the main force, leaving the
Another Japanese Bond Issue.
Lo!!'l"ii. May 12 -The correspond
ent of ihe C.-iitral N'ewM at Tokio ca
bles thai a second issue, of exchequer
bonds, amount inn to ?5U,0un."iO will
probably be made at. the end of the
month The cabinet-will hold a con
ference on the subject with liankers