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GENERAL WU ASSASSINATED.
Thirty 31anchus Who Slew Him Said
He Had Gone Over to the
Peking, Nov. 7.--General Wu, a bril
liant young military officer, who wac
appointed governor of Shan Si pro
vince recently, was assassinated at ]
o'clock this morning. He was asleel
in his tent at the military encampmen1
at Shi Kia Chuang, when thirty Man
chu soldiers rushed past the guard
and murdered him.
When officers of the general stat
arrested the Manchus, the latter statek
that Wu had gone over to the revo
lutionaries and was secretly betraying
al, whose full name was Wu Lu Cheng
and had rl6en rapidly since his returr
to China. He was liberal in his viiew
and was always credited with sympa
thy with reform government, althougt
he was not an extremist. The gener
al, whose ful name was Wu Lu Cheng
reported to the government a few dayc
ago that he could persuade the Shen S
rebels to accept the constitution out
lines by the national assembly, but a1
that time a suspicion was current tha
the general himself was a revolution
ist. His attitude has since been C
matter of some concern to the Man.
chus. He was a native of Hu Pe
province and in April, 1910, was madi
deputy lieutdnant general of the bor
dered red Mongol banner.
Chinese Red Cross Corps.
Tokyo, Nov. 7.-Fifty Chinese med
ical students here have organized ,
Red Cross corps, to serve among botl
the government and the- revolutionar:
foroes. They will start for nc
Thursday. A fund to defray the ex
penses of their work has been raise<
by the local Chinese colony.
Columblan Succeeds Late Col. Mixsoj
as Head of the Soldiers' Home.
Major H. W. Richardson, of Colum
bia, until Tuesday chairman of th
board of trustees of the Confederats
Soldiers' home, will suceed the lat'
Col. Frank M. Mixson as commandan
of the home, in accordance with th<
action of the board at a meeting hel<
'Tuesday morning. Major Richardson
iimmediately upon his election, re
signed his position as a member o
the board of trustees.
*Col. R. A. Thompson, of Walhalla,
member of the board, was 'electal
-chairman, succeeding Major Richard
son. There were thiree others namel
presented to the board, besides tha
-f Major Richardson..
Mrs. Mixson, the widow of the de
-ceased commandant, with her daugh
ter-in-law, Mrs. W. T. Mixson, wil
remain at the home, it is stated, an<
conduct affairs in the same manner a
during the lifetime of Col. Mixson
*Major Richardson will attend to du
.ties otherwise connected with the po
sition of commandant.
- A member of the board of trustees
to fill the vacancy causedl by the resig
nation of Major Richardson, will b'
-appointed by the governor.
BOOST FOR JUDSON HARMON.
Washington's Political Opinion ol
Election Results Favors
Washington, Nov. 8.-The genera
comment of political observers her
on the result of yesterday's election i
that Governor Harmon's chances fo
the Democratic presidential nomina
tion are decidedly "'improved, whil
Governor Wilson has received a set
back from his failure to control th
New Jersey vote.
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