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HOUSTON TEXAS
Drs Geo P Halt qnd W L Rogers
Formerly of Galvtston
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HOUSTON TEXAS
COUNTY CLERKS IN SESSION
The Discussion of the Fee Bill Was the
First Matter Taken Up
San Antonio Texas August 21 Tun
county clerks of Texas met In this city
this afternoon there being about forty
preterit In the absence of President W
n Buller of Fort Wmth Vice President
6 I Strong of Montague called the con
enton to order An address ot welcome
vvus delivered l > y Nnt B Jones which wjs
brlcfll vspomld to > y Mr Wrong
Secretary Fumscy ot Tort Worth being
nbsent the convention dlspen ed with tho
tegular order ot business until later ar
rivals should appesr but there was a gen
eral discussion ot the fee uuostlon wh eh
was opened by A O Wilson of Guada
lupe who graitcd out with the atemont
that the fee bill was rtroplv
scheme gotten up In order that uilDciiton
mlgllt rfd Into otllce on It The fee
elurKedv7or martl e8 < was tho
main po nt In the fllhcusslon and It davel
oped that aomo charged 41 for those while
others put nn additional BO cents ror swear
ing the applicant us to tho age of the
Alter the discussion of tbbj qncstlop tho
and
convention mljourned to the brewery
tonight they are nt SHiurpycrs park bav
ins a 8 ° ° l1 time generally
nmni
Refused to Grant the Fund
Santiago Chill August 21 The commit
tco on foreign attain of tho chamber of
deputies has refused to grant the fund for
the representation of Ohlll at the Pan
American congress to be held In the City
of Slexlco
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FRANCE AND TURKEY
Diplomatic Relations Between Tliem
Virtually Broken Off
SULTAN AUDE A PROAUSE
Regarding Purchase of Quays and
Settlement of French Claims
M CONSTANS MAY BE RECALLED
prom His Station in Turkey by the French
Government
llfcS iTEB MAY BE SECT HOME
Definite Conclusions One Way or the
Other Are Probable Within the
Noxt Two Days
Constantinople August 21 The Frcnrh
ambaisudor M ronitnns bus notified tho
futnus first secretary that all diplomatic
relations between Trance nnd Turkey nro
broken off and that the umbnssador ha In
formed his government to this effect M
ConMuns communicated dlrortly nlth tho
sultan because the busluew was trans
acted nlth the sultan personally
The ambassador Justifies his action on
til ground that the sultan bioko his di
rect personal promlso given to M Con
shins nt an audience In the palace Thura
daj regnrdlig the purchase of the quays
and the settlement of tho disputed Trench
claims The forelgu minister also gave
formal ussumiices that the agreement
would be carried out so In lew of thin
double breach of faith SI Constnn holds
that It Is Impossible for Trnnca to con
tlnue diplomatic relations with Turkey
situationIsitmmud UP i
Paris August 21 A high official of the
foreign office Informed the correspondent
of the Associated Press today that the ex
net Munition nt Constantinople was as fol
lows the sultan at last audience which
he granted to SI Constnns the Trenrh l < m
batsador agreed to send the latter the
same or tho following day a document giv
ing complete satisfaction to Tjauce re
garding ho claims of French cltlzctm In
the matter of tho quajs In accordance with
the tcinis arranged between the sultan and
JI Constnns verbally
liiSteafl of doing this the sultan walled
tintll yesterday when he sent JI Coastnns
a document the terms of which differed
essentially from those arranged at the au
dience
Thereupon JI Constans declined to nego
tiate any fmther or to hold further com
munication with tho porto nnd referred tho
matter to the Trench foreign ofQce Ills
dispatch to that effect arrived last night
As the matter stands relations between JI
Constans and the portc are broken off but
France and Turkey are still In diplomatic
relations through the Turkish ambassador
at Paris
If the sultan doca not keep the promises
which he made at the last audience con
tinued tho Informant ot the correspondent
of tho Associated Press we will have to
recall SI Constans and send the Turkish
ambassador his passports A solution onq
way or tho other Is probable u the next
two days
llepljlng to tho duestlon the foiclgn of
fice official said Ivo naval action ua tho
decided
pntt ot Tinuce has jet been upon
The stories In the papers to the effect that
the Trench waishfps are under orders to
be In readiness to proceed to tho Ilospho
rus has no foundation In fact such u
measure might of course become neces
sary but that eventuality has not jet
been considered by tho Trench guv em
inent Ypanc1 8 c ofitsn commended
London August 21 lplomatlc opinion
in London generally approves of the French
action toward Turkey It appears that
the chancellories of Europe have been
consldeiably annoyed by tho tmltans re
cent efforts to reassert himself and to
shake off the limited control exereUad by
Lnrope over certain parts ot hU adminis
tration The snltans dispatch of a mis
sion to the Par Kast was nlwj dlspleaslug
o the great powers The littler therefore
ire expected to generally welcomo France a
rebuff ot the snltan
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COLOMBIA LOST A GUNBOAT
The Lapopa Struck a Rock Receiving In
jury from Which She Sank
Colon Colombia August 21News Just
received from Cartagena says an open boat
containing four men has arrived thfro and
eported that the Colombian gunboat fca
Irving Savanilla for Carta
popa hank on
Bhe recently underwent a thorough over
hauling nt Colon Uie repairs costing C25
0liv of the Lapopa were
iv ll of the loss
tfdAu ty 5 a JSS
S SUA KSJftff
renirnlng to Bavanllla thB bottom plates
2rt ined for their safety as the gpuboat
har al some gignn unit class condition
on
8t twenty feet beam and
120 fee t long
wis eleven fe t deep
8ITUATJ0NJJNCHANGED
Consul General Gudger at Panama Re
ports to State Department
Washington August 21 Consul Gneral
Inforns the stste department
Cudger at Panama
partment under date of August 12 ha
In the political
there has been no change
Minus 040
Not Included In means
V
HOUSTON DAILY
that the Insurgents arc within a short
distance ot the railroad line nnd the gov
enment has made no effort to far to dis
lodge them
For the week preceding a guard ot fifty
men hid been sent with each passenger
trslu but at the time of writing the guard
had been withdrawn owing to the ohjec
tlons rained by tho company tho railroad
officials fearing It might Invito attack
NOTHING DEMANDING ATTENTION
Situation in South America Fully in Hand
by Government
Canton Ohio August 21 Secretary ot
Stnte Hay who saw President SIcKlnley
today said toulght Ubat then Is nothing
nt present in tho Venezuela campaign de
manding special attention The United
States has been by sctidlng n force to
the Isthmian vutcN prepared to protect
ItH Interests If occasion nrlses but It Is
not probable there will be nnv occasion
for such nctlon ns the Colombian gov
ernment seems able and willing tu protect
the rights of other nations lie further
sijs that tinder no circumstances would
the United States Intervene bevnnd tho
point of keeping traffic opou mid ptotcctlng
lts othcr treaty rights
THE WAR IS IMPROBABLE
Such Is the Belief of Aiery Alfero Presi
dent of Ecuador
New York August 21 ahe following dis
patch addressed to the Associated Press
has been received from General Alery Al
fero president or Ecuador
Quito Kcnador 21 War
August between
Colombia nd Vonejinela Is Improbable Th < f
union of the conservative Inboth republic
with n view ot exercising absolute control
has led to conflicts of a transitory char
ncter
The press strongly condemns < > nr armed
Intervention In the Intcrnatloual affairs of
the republics Alfero
TEACHERS REACHED MANILA
Arrival of Transport Tiomns with COO
Pedagogues from America
Slnnlla August 21 The United States
transport Thomas having on board OOO
teachers arrived here today but their
landing was delayed by n typhoon Tho
teachers will probably get ashore tomor
row Preparations have been made to
give them a reception The government
has prepared a temporary barra ks on tliu
exposition grounds for their accommoda
tion
Soliciting Intervention
IJmsscls August 21 A committee of
prominent proItoers Is organising n peti
tion In favor of Intervention In South Af
rica Tho petition will bo presented
the czar oil tho occasion of Ills visit
Trance
WEATHER INFORMATION
Probabilities
Washington August 2 Dastern Texas
Showers except fair la northwest portion
Kn lay partly cloudy vvjik showers In this
Fnuthccfct portion fresh Ssoutherly winds
on the coast becoming witiablc
Cotton Region Bulletin
For the twentjfour h ira tudlng at 8
a m 70th meridian tlmv
Tempi
Jinx
Gahcfton ia i
AMIeno no
Pnlllnger ps
iTcniiib nn
limnco > 7
llrcnham > lm
Columbln IHtjg
Corpw Christl < itMft
ILllla t fell
Dublin Ul
Fort Worth 81
Iltmne 08
JlecrlotA 01
Houston 97
Ulmilsvllle DS
Kcrvlllo U
IunpHhns KM
Iongvllw
1llng 10fi
Ps1Ih > l >
Ijrw HI
r > an Antonio 01
Kiti Slnrcos t > 8
t ierman fcT
Tcmpld KK
Tvler 6
lnao KH
Wciithcrford 00
734
District Averages
No Stations Temperature
Central Sta reporting Max
AtlGttll J
Augusta 11
Charotpn
tlnlvettolt 2
LlHlo Hock 12
Memphis IB
BlnMlc J
aiotititomery 7
N w Orleans
SftVOJiUpll ij
tilrftirjf 9
iWlmlnglon 10
OLIaboma 0
84
80Wl
01
02
02I
to
8
80
04
Mill
OS
7
74
70
70
72
08
70
72
70
70
OS
LYNCHING AVERTED
24
General Observations
Observations taken by tho United States
weather bureau at 8 p m 7uth meridian
time
Aideno Texas
Ammlllo Texas
Atlanta Oa
< trpm Christl Texas
Iinvcnport Iowa
Doicc Cltv JCmi
I l Psm Texds
iulvtpton Texas
Jni Kniiivlllo Pin
Kai is City Slo
Memphis Tenn
Meingomcry via
Nfshvllle Tenn
Nov Orleans La
Njth Piatt Nob
Ulnhama O T
Olimiul Neb
Pilestlne Tex s
tit Loult Mo
fit Iaui Minn
yliksturg Jllss
Temp
78
81
70
81
d2
78
61
88
82
tH
70
o3 fit
71
70
82
78
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Crowd of Passengers Much Wrought Up
by a Murderous Negro
Liberty Texas August 21 An Incldont
which came near ending In a lynching
occurred la t night on Southern Pacific
train No 0 Conductor Vosborg In charge
A negro refused to give his ticket or pay
his fare Vosberg Insisted and the result
was that he narrowIv escaped fcerlous If
not fatal Injuiy lir U razor In the hands
of the negro The timely action of a
United States marshal saved Con
deputy ductor Vosberg and the lynching of the
negro as 11 number of the passengers were
In favor of lynching which would have
been accomplished by putting a rope about
bis neck and drngglnr the negro as the
train pursued Its way The cool beaded
news of Conductor Vwherg prevented this
and the train riot was auclhiu
Favors Refuses to Return
Oklahoma City O T Angusu ClWll
Ham Favors the negro porter uniler ar
rest here charged with tb murder of
SHss Wild at Pierce City JIo today re
Tcfused to go back to than placo wltinut
icqulaltlon papers Ha Insists that ho can
prove an alibi
QUIKT UESTOUKD
BprlDjneld Slo Augu t SLPkrce City
M c D I Jl
rrit e r r t f + i > r r rV
HOUSTON TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 22 1901
DEMOCRATS 0PI0WA
Tlicy Indorsed the Kansas Cily Na
tional Platform
OPPOSITION TO ACTION
Through a Desire of Some to Make
No Reference to Any Platform
D J PHILLIPS FOR GOVERNOR
Second Place on the Ticket Was Given
to L E Ferguson
SEVERAL FIGHTS OVER DECLARATIONS
The Gold Men Wanted Only to Indorse
tho TimeHonored Principles of
tho Democratic Parly
Ilea Moines Iowa August 21 Thti rtcmo
erats of Iowa In Rtnte convention today
nominated n 3 Phillips for goernor on a
platform totfllrming tho National platform
udopted July 5 11XM at Ksn f City with
the addition of it plank on State Issues
The sliver men led l v 3 S Sturphy
demanded that the convention In specific
term approve tho sliver plank ot the Kan
sis City platform while tho poM men
maintained that the resolution of tcaftlrma
tlou should read as follows
Itefolved That we Indorse the tlino
honored principles ot tho democratic partj
and no other mention be made of pievlous
platforms Immediately titter th adjourn
ment ot tho district caucuses the delexnles
In gait to assemble In the nultortupi
fctnlo Chidrmau Huffman rapped the con
vontlen to order and IVmpornry Chalnman
U JI Sharon ot Scctt county was Intro
dnccd
Ih eomnvttco on resolutions as chosen
by the district caucuses developed leveral
Prolonged flgbus over tho question of in
dorsing the Kansas City platform
u vote of tHKIHO to 550 2T the con
ven tlon tidnpted a plntfonnwtu the fol
lowing preamble
We the democpats of Iowa In conven
tion iiMcmblcd htieby rMfflrm the princi
ples of tbj democratic National platform
Qdtpted at Kansas Clly July 5 1000 mid
without uucnderlug our convictions or
abutlng our loyalty to our Nntonal pollcv
we tieticve this campaign to bo portion
Icih olio that should be conllned to Btatu
J sUeJ <
Tho tvst of tho platform demands eaiitt
ablo taxation tho repeal ot the mulct lavr
and the enactment of n local option law
The following ticket was nominated
Governor D 1 Phillips
lieutenant governor
BRIEFEST
13 Ferguson
audgj > supremo court John Sliortb
Huinnlntendent of public Instiuctlou W
P lohuson
ItRllroiid commissioner HxCoristtp A C
J
JJrlce
Tho convention then Adjourned aino die
STRAIGHT TICKET NAMED
Virginia Republicans Aro Holding Their
State Convention at Roanoke
Konnokc til August 21 Tho republican
Btate convention assembled hero In the
Academy of iluslo at Iiuon today On the
fnet of tho 1200 pthoiih In tho auditorium
there was n look of expectancy This Is
the tlrat republican convention that has
nimed n Straight ticket In this State hIiicu
tho days of Ocucral William Muhoue
Willie tlicrflll was being onllcd a groat
stum vnis amubcd 1 > s the dcclsloU ot tho
serretiiri to omit front the coll lUchmontl
ou 1 Itoanoke because of contesting dole
gaUmit from tbosn places Hugh Gordon
Miller ot Novvpott News trltd to apeak
on he ruling ot the sccietnry but Ills voter
was diowned In the tumult lie finally
Miccecdid In having tho contenting delega
tlons sent to the credentials commlltco
C A Hermans ot Montgomery was ruado
tempcrnrj chairman lhe names of J
Hntriptou lloge nnd Generals Wrtlkor and
ItOHicf iwete cheered Of the lire living
Contderate generals In Vlrilula four urc
lu uttuidnncc
Committees on organization resolullnns
nal credentials were appointed umld much
cuiituelon and nt l oclwk tho convention
tojl a recess until 8 p in
The convention loasitimblcd tit 830 nnd
spent nearly three liouis In hearing speeches
and wrangling ovo committee reports
The report of the committee < Jn credentials
which vvus iid < pted recommended the seat
ing ot the contesting delegation from lllch
mond nnd that Itoth Iloitnnkc delegations
bo bented and allnwfd half n vote each
Tho regular delegates from Goochland and
Orange were setited The committee on
perimiueut organization reported as fol
lows
Permanent cbalrumn 8 It Allen G
Staunton sccrotnr Aha Itogors of Peters
burg
OhalrmSn Allen In taking the chair
pointed with pride to the achievements of
the National administration nnd toughed
on the election farces in Virginia
Tbo committee on resolutions said they
would not be ready to report before tomor
row Hon Thomas L Jlwre of Montgomery
then placed Colonel J Hampton Ilogo of
ltonnoko In nomination for governor and
received an ovation nnd thu first paco
on tho ticket wax tendered to him
Hon John iltolter ot Harrisonburg nomin
ated Warrtn S Lurty ot Hocklngbam for
governor
IN HISTORY OF PARTY
Pennsylvania Republicans Had Little to
Do and Didlt Quickly
Jlarrlslmrg Pa Angust 2JThe rcpub
Ucan State convention which met here to
day nominated Judge W F Potter of
Pittsburg for supreme court Judge nnd
State ItepresentatlvV Krank G Harris of
Clearfield for State treasorcr JJ Is under
stood tlio ticket was to be nomlojitrd by
acclamation United States Senators Quay
and Penrose and other party leaders were
absent There was an unusually small
attendance of active party workers and a
largo majority of the delegates never at
tended a Btate convention before
Judge Potter was formerly Governor
Stoned taw partner and was appointed to
tho supreme bemh last year to succeed
the late Judge Green Mr Harris Is serv
lug his third term In the houso of repre
sentatives and has always been follow
er of Senators Quay and Penrose Ihe
nominated
nlatform on which they were
Indorses the National and State admiulstra
tlons and tho official acts of Pennsylva
nia United Ktatca e V > coilih
of
the last legislature concedps the right
lafcor and capital to organize and denounces
iellow JournaUsm
The convcntlen was probably the brief
est In the history ot the party
Dabney Marshall D6feated
Jackson Miss August 21 Thu return
from W rr n county in wolca a special
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12 PAGES TODAY
POST
HUOE 5 GENTS
Pittsburg ra August 21Thcro was mi
extension of tho strike today and thu steel
malingers did not attempt to Btart any more
mills 1ato In iho day the tiros wore light
cd In tho Dcinler tin plate woiks at Jtc
Keowport It Is believed tlm move Is pre
liminary to tho start with uomiuloD men
The managers ot tho company have been
prepailng for several dajs to reopen it
number ot their properties und it Is
thought tlicy have decided to act nt encc
The Jtonessen plant is moving abend un
interruptedly with full crews and their
Ciescent works nt Cleveland have about
halt thu machinery lu operation Therolins
been no btoak lit tho Jnrncgle gisvup and
the mllbi Ulat buvo been sttirted vvltti nmi
Union men tlucc the strike began are going
ahead with about tho same force ot uvni
On the streets It was a day of ociting
rumori ibeglnnlug with n circumstantial
stoiy ot plot to dsstrov t o JtoiiOiigtilHla
tin pinto plant and ending with u tale ot
tho removal ot tho Urgent plants ot tho
United Statist Kind corporation to 11ug
< ir i rr frf fJ
to Oil the leglsla
tlvp vacancy show the flofost ot Dnbncy
SIvrshall by a plurality ot eightyfour
votes Ills succcbstul opponent was T H
Poster
Marshall wa9 pardoned from tho penl
tctitlary several weeks ago by the gov
ernor vv hero ho was solving a life sou
tctico for murder
SOME VERY WILD RUMORS
z
STORY OF A PLOT TO DESTROY A
BIG TIN PLATE PLANT
y
Talo of Removal of Mill to England
These Wore About tho Only Featuresi
of Slriko Situation Yesterday
land Between tlio two rumors again aet <
tied the Ktrlke In sovcrul ways Howover
ofOclul dotilnl waa glvon to nil those In
teresting Htcrles
John Stcrusdortf a rougl from Ulcb
niond Va who claimed that he was n
member ot tbo party of fttrlkobreaUrs
brought to Jloncikcn on Saturday br Ala
bama Joe Carter was t etrlku heudtiuar
tors lie said mat Cnrtor bad entirely mis
reiwe eutod the facte to liliu and that ho
had slipped out ot tho works tho flrnt tlino
u chance catoe Ho snj s fourtocn men loft
Ulcbiminiti that Ovo deserted on routo nnd
tliitv left when be did Ho plae u tho
inuubur < vf men now In tho mill at eighteen
ml said very llttlo work was bong
compllKIied Wlien Hlrriisdorff s ld an
otlnr party was bring formed to cmne tho
rtilkoi tool steps to head li off
President Hlinffoi t the Atualgiuuatcd as
sotlntlnu said tonlgbl Hint
dHilued plaitH for bring ng i great stilke
to a cleJe Thin Is to be done bv lirlliflmt
about mieh u crisis in Mho illfflciittleK be
tween the steel lorpnratlon mid tho Anml
gumatd nsROclntloii nsvvlll l ic tt settb
ment Just bow all this Is to bo ocu i
idlHlied Is a invsterv but It will not bo by
animation or llllgmlon
I have told the other sblo Hist Per
sonally I would rouwnt for dlslntcrfsted
arbitration In tho hands of mica jjuUlu
men as Archbishop lioland Hlihon Iotter
niul Ketb Lowe although t did nut 11111
oftlcci of the assoilatloii HiiggiBt such a
move 1 wus willing to udvlse It
HlsmiletlnS Illinois were elrcnlHtfd to
the citect that the liemier plant it Mc
Keehpoit will be stnrted timigbi with inn
union men but It did not take plme Lvery
available picket among Win strikers Imvy
ever wait on duty with the In ention If
possible to prevent tho Introdu tjuii nt out
l i ra lnlo ihoiatit4 < A JO11 ua
union tin viorkers are scbcditlisl to arflvo
In Pittsburg nt 1C0 In the morning thlr
tho
slesllnatlpn being eltlicr DeuileV or
Stoi tin plate works
Hoveii strlkepi were arrested near tho
gates of tho Pennsylvania tulm works 111
South Pltthburg When the whlstlu Mow
at fi36 this ntternoon n eiovvd nf about
1W0 gathewd to give a warm reception 10
mi wcrkcre who might < me fiom thn
mill None vame but tho erowrd bbetimb
nolsv and thn Inrge force of policemen en
hand ran the leaders oil foreigners Into
the mill nud called for tho ttntrol
American Federation oftlelalH uffered ba 1
for the tiilsnuers who are charged with
disorderly conduct but the magistrates re
fused to accept It Tho men will have n
heating In the moriilui
TWO FORMER TEXANS KILLED
Severe Storm Visited El Reno O T
Last Night
HI Kene 0 T August 2t A hoary wind
ontl rain storm swept through Anadirko
about 8 p m All the Hrger buildings lu
priccss ot construction wcra blown down
mid n largo number ol tents nud smaller
tiousts wcro vviecktd Two persona vveie
killoll and mauy Injured Tho fnll extent
of tho damage will not be known until day
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FATALITIES AT ANADAIUCO
Kl Itono O T August 21 A tornad
struck this place tonight nt 7 p ro blowing
govern buildings down and killing two peo
ple living In tents Tlio deatli
John Antolne recently ot Lumar county
Texas
i P Tcvls recently ot Weatkerford
T < xas
Antolne was struck by a heavy tlmliec
fiom tho pAstofllcn biiildfng as ft collanKod
Tevls was In u tent near 11 saloon building
Just erected which was torn to pieces by
the win
All tho biilldltigH and tent In tlio new
town were destroyed v
OVERTURNED BOAT RIGHTED
It Is Thought tho Remainder of the Dead
Bodies Will Be Tound Today
Paducah Ky August SlTlte United
Btates si 1 boat Woodruff this afternoon
went to L ffreck of tho City of Golconda
and righted tho boat leaving her with tho
top ft Uie hurricane roof aboro water not
fur from the bauk It Is thought the re
mainder of tho bodies will bo recovered to
morrow Those who havo been found to
date are
Mm Hiivld Adams
Miss Trlxie Grinictt
Lltzlo Graham
Lucy Ilurnett
3rs W A Hogan and two children
Watts Tav Is
Joint Mohan n peddler ox Paducah
added to tlio list ot dead
via
THE FAST LINE
TO BUFFALO
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DUm THE STRIKE
at the Cotton Tie Mills wt aH
prepared to make inlnwdiat ship Tvte4
BAGGING MB TIES
Q C Street Co
If tho Attorney General Was Not Named
for Place Because of Hla Former
Connection with Steel Trust
KNOX CHARGED WITH DODGING
iWisTfitfijr
Chairman Martin Thinks Ills Language
Rather Evasive
OPPORTUNITY TO REASSURE PE0PL6
Waslihigtou August 21 It l Martin
chairman ot the Joint committee of tho
American AntlTrtiat iLoagou and dWttlit
assembly W Knights oC lahor has nis9
icpiy to tho letter or Attorney General
Kiox sent to the commlltcc yoBtctda Ha
says In part
Wo were not nware that < s re was any
Iifipiopor action In n cltlien or body ot
cuirena pnbtlcly addressing tho chief
proioeutlng offlccr of Uie UultmL States lit
referenco to tho grave Molttlons of law
that Were being commlttel to the great
Injury of the peoplo of tho United SUtei
Attorney General Knox says Neither
nt tho ttmiv of the formation of tho United
Mule Steel conoflitinii nor at nny tlino
wis I officially connected wllk tho Cnr
uegle Bteel couipanj
llila bwks llko vory sweeping denial on
the part of Attorney General Knox as to
tho many charges that hare been mode In
the public press to the effect that ho vvaw
formerly connected with the Carnegie com
pany or the teel triwt lint tho force nu < i
effect ot this dental nra Entirely destroyed
by tho rennrkablo numsslon which the
attorney general makes lu the next sen
tence when lie nays I was formerly ono
of the legal advisors In tlio conduct ot its
tiliuufacturliijc bu lii s
Thbi Inuguago of tho attorney general
certainly looks cvaslv In view ot tbo fact
chut the mombers ot the Hleol conibliie se
leitcd one of their fminer iiltwney i > r
nttorney gniiernl In order that they ilght
bnv < a friend at toutt In < tlnio of impu nr
einmor for tho enforcement i > tho law
Is
Another Hays Rumor
New York Augmt 2L It Is reported In
railway circles overs tho Times that
Charles M Hays has been aslrcd to return
to the Grand Trunk railway ns vice presi
dent and general manager
REPLY TO MR KNOii
Trust League Not Aware of Impro
priety in Asking for Information
FROftl ATTORNEY GENERAL
Especially When Grave Yio laiions of
Trust Law Are Being Committed
We wilt glvo him nu opportunity nov
to riHSsnro the ptopln as to hla iIchIvo
and Intention to eulorco the law against
tttsts Will Attorney General Knox oner
a reward for tho production of xh lu
criminating evidence agalnsL the tmats for
vhlcti we usketl and which h snyu bo t < n a
not posss Will hi uimounce tomorrow
that the department of JuMlvo ot iho
United Ntaten vfllt pnvn wihsl ullBl tnsvar4
to any person or persons v hMvHl praduc
evidence thai will lead to tbo arrest 1 ml
conviction of nv pet son or oHpQrnt on
guilty ot violating tho VcdoriU statute
against trusts
Let him do this and lunUtut vlgoious
proctedlngs against ittriiat law brcaAerst
and the people will no lougen Oiave doutts
ns to his faithfulness to bis oath of oltlco
nnd ho will no fougdi bn the target lor
erltlqlsm liiuuondo und Invective mi V < v
port of the ire M liecsiiKr of the fact that
whilo the trusts ride idugh shod bver the
jtcuplo tlio attorney general who Is tho
sole rerson under the Federal low vvho la
tt listed with authority to projecuta them
iflU u to tnko action t
ALL NATIONS INVITED
President McKlnlcy Issued a Proclama
tion In Regard to St Louis Fair
Washington August 21 This atnto del
partment has Issued a proclamation signed
by President llelClnlcy luvltlug tho na
tlons of tbo world to pnillclpnto In the
Loulstamt Purchase exposition to bo held
in Ht Louis In JCOJ niu prodainatlon
do hereby Invito all the nations of the
earth to take part In tho noinmemoratlou
ot tho purohusc of tho Louisiana Uutltpry
nu event of great Intirest toi the United
State and ot abiding effect on their de
velopment by appointing reiireinuiratlvcs > r
frendlng exhibits to tho Louisiana Puiehaso
exposlflon ns will most lltly nnd fully Il
lustrate their rosounoR their Industrie
and their lu civilization
progress
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GEO D HUNTER c4rc rAKn
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Appointments by President
Washington August 21 Tho president
today roadn the following appointments
WarCaptalus artillery corps Joseph
Wheeler Jr Adrian K Finning Ilrooko
Payne Harry F Jnckbolt Itebcrt H Cnl
lau William S Gulgnr Edwin Landon
Clarence H McNeill Jostph P Traeey
Lloyd Kugland James W Illiikley Jr
Percy L liessler Johnson Haygooil Georgn
T Patterson Prank It Kurgnson Hobi rC
H Abcrnatby IMvvlu O SnrrattAlbert J
Itowley Ilcrtram C Gilbert Lawrence S
Miller George J I MMnnus
First llenteuant InfnntryHllden Olln
Second lieutenant infantry Morris C
FOote Itoy C Klrtiaud Shepaid U Pike
Wvllo T Conway
KRvy Charles 11 Vroolaud ommaniIer
Condition of Texas Banks
Special to Th I
Washington August 21 The abstract of
the condition of the National banks of
Texas exclusive of Houston at theclojj
of business July 13 as reported to the
comptroller of currency sluArs tho averago
reserve held Ut 35 24 per cent agshwt
4162 per cent Am II 21 Lw h ana ilU
counts ucreased from 54C0lr54 to > lc
428711 Gold coin from > L
iiHfow T fVe < ifon o V4
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Individual dopojlts from
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Big Oil Fire Under Control
rhlladolpbls August 21Tn big bd flit
at the Atlautle neHntug company wo
repotted to be urdtn
t Point Breeze Is
lontrol
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