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WENATCHEE DAILY WORLD
VOLUME 1.---NO. 59.
FIERCE RIOTING IN
Mobs Surge Through the Streets el
Tokia Applying Torch to Ob
jects of Wrath
TEN CHURCHES ARE BURNED
Two Persons are Killed and 500
are Wounded Including 100
TOKIO, Sept 7.—SetioM rioting
followed tup attack today on the office
of the Kokamiu Shimbuu, tiie govern-
A mob mid burned the
ofri.-ial resideucn of the minister of
homd affairs, Which stood between the
nobles club and Imperial liotel and
faced Hibaya park, which was the
stoim center throughout the day.
Threatening demonstrations occurr
ed in the neighborhood of the official
homes of Premier Katsura and Baron
Komura, foreign minister who is now
in the United irf >tes, but tlihe ]>olice
succeeded n preventing injury to the
occupants, or damage to the house.
The situation tonight is threatening.
Turbulent crowds fill the streets and
it is feared much damage to property
is possible under the darkness.
All the police reserves are i .• rform
ing urgent duty and heavily guard
ing danger spots.
The streets in the neighborhood of
Kokumin Shinibun are closed and
200 police form a cordon around the
The destrdction of the home minis
ters residence was intensely dramatic.
Throughout the day a scries of dem-
onstrations oceourred in the neighbor
hood of tiie building and late in the
afternoon the mob attacked the house,
swept the police away and battered
down the gates. The police and ser
vants resisted f-toutLy. but tiio mob
surged forwaroj' and entered the house.
One of the mob leaders carrying an
armful of burning straw gained en-
trance and tiie the spread rapidly.
However the main building was saved.
The destruction of small sanitations
continued until midnight. It is im
possible to wcsertain the exact number
destroyed but it is estimated at 15.
A mob barnd and destroyed ten
Christian churches, and one mission
house school. The people were not
It is iinpossii.de to secure accurate
figures of the casualties.
The Jiji estimates the number killed
at two and the wounded at 500, inclu
ding 100 policemen.
Arrests since noon yesterday num
ber about 200. Street car traffic is
suspended id troublesome districts.
Wild minors are sweeping through
the cit". It is impossible to accurate
ly gauge the situation and tiie extent
and seriousness-* of tha crisis. Until
today's events the revolutionary ele
ment seemed to be acceding to the
Portsmouth remits. Now the aspect
TOivlO, Sept. T. —K. H. Harriman,
president oft lie Southern Pacific) iail
road, has been threatened and the
Marquis Ito, president of the privy
council, iias been stoned by mots.
Neither of them was injured.
NEW YORK. Sept. 7. —Baron Ko
mura, alter reading the dispatches tel
ling of the riots in Tokio and the ex
pel tence ot the E. H. Harrimau party,
Immediately endeavored to reach Sec
retary of State Root. Mr. Sato said
Baron Eouiura was extremely desirons
of seeing Mr. Root at once and that a
message would be sent to Mr. Root
asking for an interview at once. What
purpose Baron Komura had Mr. Sato
would not say.
It is almost as difficult for the aver
age man to manage an automobile as
AWFUL SCENES OF
Three Towns Burned and Inhabi
tants Who Remain are Massa
cred and Thrown in Fire
TROOPS ARE POWERLESS
English Residents and Many Others Has Bought Big Tract ot Land in New
Have Bearded Ships to Es- Jersey for Free Love
BAKU, Caucasus, S?pt. B.—The sit- ;
nation iv tins resriou tonight, wi'li
anion and massacre geneial, could
hardly be worse.
The terror stricken inhabitants are
fleeing from the city, knowing that
the garrsiou is utterly inadequate to
protect them; and that although the
worse scenes of fire and massicre have
not yet occurred iv Baku itself, none
vpie think how far the the excesses
I The principal righting is not in Baku
(itself, hut at Balakban, where hun
dreds have been shot by the infantry
|anrl artillery, and where 1000 were
i kil led or wounded during a desperate
attack on the military camp and provi
sion depots. The troops sustained few
casualties. A large number of work-
Ken barricaded themselves in the Bal
kahan Hospital. The soldiers began to
j attack with rifle fire aud then stormed
| the hospital and completed their work
With the bayonet. The entire oil
i and commercial quarters of Balahaan,
| Sahunto and Nomani have been wiped
lontbyiire, and the inhabitants re-
I maining behind have beea mas-acred
|or thrown into the flames. Biebiebat
to burn and is threatened
! with the same fate as Balahan.
The consulates, hanks and buildings
in Baku are guarded by troops. All
of the English residents and almost all
other inhabitants of the better class
have hoarded tne ships and gone to
sen to to escape uanger. All available
steamers liave Ot»< :i employed for this
Martial law has h=>en proclaimed in
the city Nobody is allowed on tin
streets after 8 o'clock at night, and in
habitants of houses are held strictly
tesponisble for shots fired from tliem
Artillery was employed against one
house from which shots were fired.
The walls were breached, the house
was stormed and all the people inside
wen- killed. There is a general panic
i'l the c:tv.
A whole army of huogrv workmen
driven from the burned subnbs, have
flocked into the city. There is the
greatest destitution, and measures for
transporting the workmen from the
city are imperatively necessary.
Reinforcements of troops are arriv
ing daily, and it is hoped that theanr
hoiims"will soon have the situation
better in hand.
DOES IT PAY?
FIGURE IT OUT
Ed Cock Sold $207 Worth of Apr -
cots from Twenty-three Trees c;•
Less than a Quarter of an Acre c
Ground this Year.
On a quarter of an acre of the (Jai-
ver ranch which he bad rented this
year, Ld.Cook lias a quarter of nuaire
eooteining 38 i| ticot tre< s. The c;op
from the tree-; was soki under contiact
at tiie crate of 45 cents a a hex. Mr.
Hook picked a total of 160 boxes of
fruit horn toe trees for which he re
ceived the sum of $307. The average
yield per tree was twenty hexes and
counting 134 trees to the acre which
is the number usually planted, Mr.
Cook's income was at the rate of #1266
per acre. At the present prices of
land neir Wenatchee this one crop
alone would more than double have
paid tiie cost of the land.
WENATCHEE. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1905
80,000 IAN WILL
George B. Herror) who Cost his Wife
Big Sum Wii! Start Free
$1 1.000.000 To SPEND
MeEriTOHEN, X. J. Sept. This
village has beeonte tiie seat oi a col
ony in which the tenets 'indepadent of
law*', will he exemplified. The prime
morer ia the enterprise is George 1).
Eferron, an ex-Congregational minister,
of lowa, who was expelled several
years aao from his denomination be
cause of his extraordinary views.
The wife with whom lie is now 'living
became sucii acco ding to the II; i ron
ceremony. She is his second wife.
Iv figures, *11,000 000 is the sum that
Herron has at his dispcsil to spread
| his propagau la. This vast fortune be
i loiifjs to his wire, or rattier hi* com
panion" that being the title bestowed
I upon wives by men of the Herroi
Mrs. Herro i wns Mi*s Uania hand,
daogbter of a millionaire lumberman.
Mrs. Rand aud daughter became con
verts to Henon's faith and Mrs. Rand
pjil Herron's first wife $60,000 to give
him np. When Mrs. Rand died she
lelt 111,000,000 to Hereon and her
daughter, who became Mrs. Berron.
A large tract of land lias been ac
quired by Herron foi his colony.
Carried 27 Miles on Pilot of Engine
-"EDA LI A, Mo., Sept. —Warren
Paine, a resident of Sedalia was
found lying beside the Missouri Paci
lic tracks near Tipton today in an uu
! cmaeions condition. When be rcgii c 1
' oouscioaanes3, lie s.ii I:
"The last thing 1 remember wi.s
being struck by a passenger train on
■be street crossing iv Sedaiia abont 9
o'clock last night »ud being thrown
; onto tiie pilct of the engine."
The [dace where Paine was round if
I l~ milts from Sedaiia.
Sell your farm by a small classified
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COLONEL JOHN HICKS, UNITED STATES MINISTER TO CHILE.
Colonel Hicks, who is a Wisconsin man. although horn in Now York. ;s
fifty-eight years of age. He has many titles to distinction, being, besides a
diplomat, a newspaper man and an author. His father was killed in the civil
war, and the hoy had to make his own way. He worked through college and
gained for himself a name in journalism. Under the pen name of Bandy
Broad he published "The Man From Oshkosh." President Harrison appointed
Colonel Hicks minister to Peru, from which post he was transferred to Chile.
BILLIONS PAID TO
Civil War Veterans and their Widows
have Received Most of the
ONE MILLION PENSIONERS
Number of Pensioners Greatly In-
creased by the Spanish War
WASHINGTON, Sept S—The total!
amount of money paid tor pensions
since tin- foundation of the gorem
moot is £3,320,860 022, and of this
amount $3,144.695,405 has been paid
on account of the civil war.
The pension roll reached its maxi
mum iv January s last, the number be
ing 1.004,196. The roll pined .he
1,000,(100 mark in Sept eraser of last
year and lwulnrly iuo eased for the
next four months Tiie decline began ■■
with tiie first of February and the fol- i
lowing May had croppei below the :
These facts are developed in a sy
nopsis of tne annul report of pension
Commissioner \V;irner, covering the !
operations of his office for the fis-al
year ended June 30 List. At thee end
of the year the nam her of pensioners
had declined to 998,044, a net increase
for the yetir of 3769.
On June 30, 1905 the roll contained
t!ie names of 654.608 survivors ol the
civil war, a decrease of over 6,000
from the previous year.
The total amount disbursed for the
year was |141,142,*61, of which a-j
mount |4,1.)., 10C. was for tha navy
pensioners and 13,409,998 was paid io |
])«nsioneiß oi the Spanish war and
1133,022,170 to the su:vivi:s of the:
civil war, tlx if widows and dependants
Die total amount paid to Spanish
war pensioners since 1899, is f 11,990,
The totisl number of claims allowed
original and increase, ander order num
ber 78. known us the "age order" since
that order went into effect, April 13,
1905, up to June 30, 1905, '-.as 65,612.
Figuies may not lie. hut the correct
o: es seldom stand for a woman's BRe.J
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Forest Fires in hlalio
MISSOULA, Mont. Sept. .6—Se
j vere forest fires ere raing between h*tre
and Wallace, and between Wallace and
Slate creek, and tire smoke that over
: fiaiis> Wallace is ea heavy thai the
moon is obscured, no 1 the topr ot the
mountain* are alm< st hidden. Passen
: gers on the train from Wall ice siy the
| fires em be seen from the tram and
: are horning brightly. Hundreds of
lacrei of timber are being destroyed iv
I northreu Idaho by the tl lines.
General Donaldson of Sr. Lcuis
Stricken with Hear- Failure Dur
ing Parade—Many Others Fall Ont
o? Line Before Parade is Over.
DENVER, Septf>. ■ —The main event
of the Grand Army encampment was
the grand parade which occurred to
day. To the veterans the prirelege of
ag*in keepug in st9p with the com
fades of 'ft! is one for which no hard
ship seems too great to undergo, no
ordeal to severe to undertake. Many
who marched two miles today were
exhausted when the end was reached,
and many fell out of the long line be
fore the journey wns eoniplore. These
tottfring old vet-rans. regretting their
inability ta remain in the lineanlgW
iug every evidence oi their feelings
would be cared for by the persons near
at hand led to a p ace where they
could recover from their exhaustion.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
It was a Common sight to sea gray
haired old soldiers sitfintr on the cub
ing gaciat wistfully ar t!ieir mor<>
■tardy comrades aa tboy passed by.
The oration given the mwchera wa?
nostinted. The streets were parked
with people and t!ie windows end roofs
cf hnildinga along tlio line of march
swarmed with hum miry. The cheer-
ing was continaous, and tho gtizatod
old warriors were kept bmr raising
tiioir hats in eonrteoas silute.
Three Imnis were oonaamed by the
procession i 1 passing tiie grand stand:
It is estimated that 15.000 members
of the Grand Aimv* participated in
the parade. Kansas carried off the
honors for the largest representation,
baring nearly 8500 men in linp.
There were many Interesting feet
urea connected with Tiie parade) turt
pcrhara sho taesl impressive was the
appearaoee (if an ex Confederate soid
i--r in gray uniform of his fighting
d :ts. A great cheer rent the air a* he
stood alone i'l a carriage waving thy
stars and stripes and bewiug to tiie
J. D. Furman was adjudged ins,me
by court commissioner Ernst this merit
ing, ami ordered committed to the
state insane asylnm at .Medical Lake.
Drs. Gilchrist and Saundeis nw'e
the medical examination. ProsecutJ
ing Attortiey Crass conducted the
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