Newspaper Page Text
ROCK ISLAND ARGUS.
VOL.. L.I1I. NO. S313
ROCK ISLAND, ILL,., SATURDAY, JUiE 155, lyOl-TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
JAPS WIN IN
READY FOR FRAY
Release of American by
Said He Will be Tempo
rary Officer at
DAMAGE BY STORM
K. L LOOMIS
of American Unsolved.
La Follette Republicans of Wis
consin Organize to Wage
Street Cars Collide in Chicago
Resulting in Serious In
jury of Many.
Last Night's Rains Wrought
Havoc in Various Localities.
Russians Lose Ship and
Others Are Dam
aged. SORTIE 13 BAFFLED
Women Helped to Build
Defenses at Port
Tokio, June 25. Admiral Togo re
iwrt8 that Thursday his patrol boat
discovered the battleship Peresviet
and seven other vessels accompanied
by Dine torpedo boat destroyers near
the entrance of Port Arthur harbor.
They warned him by wireless and
he immediately advanced his entire
fleet except those engaged upon spe
cial duty. The admiral then discov
ered the Russian fleet, whic h consisted
of six battleships, five cruisers and 14
destroyers, had evidently planned a
dash southward. By sundown the
Russians had stopped outside the en
trance of the harbor.
After nightfall a fleet of Japanese
torpedo boat destroyers resolutely at
tacked the Russian ships and suc
ceeded in torpedoing and sinking a
battle .ship of the Peresviet type and
disabling the battleship. Sevastopol.
A c ruiser of the Diana type was ob
served being towed into the harbor
Friday morning. It is evident she had
sustained serious damage.
ft llllll I.OKM.
The Japanese shins sustained little
damage. The? torpedo boat destroyer
fell iii th- cabin and had three men
Killed ;md three wounded. The
ChldOff, a vessel of the MM class,
v. as hit behind the- engine! room but
DO casualties resulted therefrom. Two
torpedo boats were slightly damaged.
Tokio. June 25.- -Togo reports an
engagement at Port Arthur last
Thursday in which a battleship of the
Peresviet type was sang and a battle
ship of the Sevastopol type and a first
class cruiser of the I nana type clam
aged. The Japanese licet wns practi
Uii.ii n rr llrpul.Pil.
Tokio. Jane 25. In an attack of
four thousand Russians fifty miles
northeast of Feng Huang Cheng Tues
day, the Russians were repulsed and
retreated toward Shinkailing.
oku ami Kurokl .loin I'lirrm.
llao Yang. June 25. It is reported
that Oka and Kurokl have Joined
forces and are attacking from the di
rection of Vaf an go w. There is talk
of serious engagement shortly. It Is
also rumored that the- Japanese forces
which were recently advancing in this
direction have fallen hack on Feng
Bomhnrillnic l"rt rlhnr.
Chicago, June ''". A spe cial to the
Ni's from Che Foo says: Another
demonstration took place off Port Ar
thur yesterday. Firing be gan from the
forts about lo a. ni.. ami continued un
to 1 p. m.
At 8:30 the same evening firing be
gan heavily from the bluffs with much
activity of the search lights, Indicat
ing the approach of a torpedo craft.
Later the SOttnd of more- distant tiring
was beard, evidently from the- land
side of Port Arthur, continuing until
in the morning with a brief re
moval at ." a. m. During that period
ben was almost an uninterrupted
thunder as of field guns ami volley
tiritiK. punctuated with crashes etf
Se due guns.
It is probable thai there was c.-n-eral
short action with a naval demon
stration. It seems as though the Japa
nese Intend to wear out the defender!
by continued night activity before
making a final simultaneous sea and
netlbrr linaolan lleml.
Ixmdon. June 25.- The Japanese
legation this afternoon received a To
kio dispatch announcing a detachment
of the Takushan army had surprised
and routed a SUWndfOU of Russi.m
cavalry ten mile s mrthwesf of Santao
kew at dawn Thursday ami also oc
cupied the heights north thereof, ex
pelling the Russians, who left 60 dead
on the field.
Itun.inn In Snnauiitr.
St. Petersburg. June 2". An un
nameel Russian general is quoted in
Viedomosti today as declaring this is
the eve of a great battle, adding Kuro
patkin Is moving to meet Knmki.
whom he will dispose of before Oku
..in. i Help ll.f.i..l rl Vnhu r.
On the re.ad Between Kai Chou and
Heicheng. June 22. Delayed i The
Japanese forces are 12 miles from Port
Arthur, the male portion of which is
WILL START LATE IN SUMMER
Governor Hiwsseif to Take
Stump Will Support
Milwaukee, June 25. The I .a Fol
lette state central committee at Mad
ison yesterday outlined steps for the
coming campaign and complete its or
ganization with the election of a sec
retary. Henry F. Cochems, of. Mil
waukee, an ardent supporter of the
governor. Is expected to fill this po
sition. The governor will be aided by a
small array of speakers, and cam
paign literature will be jioured by the
ton into every city and hamlet in the
H ampalKn Late in Summer.
It is said in Madison that while
Gov. Ia Follette will be the principal
speaker for his side of the state fight,
he will not open the campaign until
late in the summer. The reason for
this delay is that the governor has
promised to make several chautauqua
addresses during the summer, and un
til these have been disposed of he
will not be free to carry out his plans
regarding the campaign.
The committee meeting controlled
bv the Im Follette faction lasted late
into the night. In addition to the
committee proper, a number of prom
inent republicans from various por
tions of the state were in attendance.
villi for ltoe- ell.
The action of the national conven
tion in Chicago was explained by W.
H. Chyniweth, Fran.. T. Tucker, and
Henry F. Cochems, in which they
characterized the action in throwing
out the La Follette delegates as high
handed and without justification. It
was developed that the general feel
ing among those present and the sen
timent throughout the state was in
favor of polling the largest Rooseve lt
ami La Follette republican majority
Governor Yatca Imsiks Neccnnary fa
lter to Secure Him for Vio
lation of Parole.
Springfiedd, ..1., June 25. (Special.)
GOT. Yates today issued a requisi
tion on the governor of Iowa for the
extradition of Theodore Hampton, the
convict who has broken his parole.
Hampton was sentenced in July. 1899,
to the Joliet penitentiary from Rock
island, for assaulting and robbing
Ce-orge- Kinsley. May 12. 1N5)S. He was
paroled and farmed out to William H.
Richards, a Rock Island county farm
er, for 12 months. He? broke his prom
ise and escaped to Iowa and is under
arrest in Davenport.
KING EDWARD AT
KIEL IN HIS YACHT
Warmly eTJreetccl Iiy ihe Kaiser and
Other Iteiyal Person-
Kie l. June' 25. - The Royal yac ht
with King Edward on board arrived
at the mouth of the Baltic- canal this
afternoon amidst salutes from the Cer
man warships. The king was met ty
Kmperor William. King Henry and
others. Ttm meeting between the sov
ereigns was most hearty.
under arms. The women are assisting
the- completion of the defenses.
Miii ounal.'.l Were Miollio-.l.
I.iao Yang, June 25. A Russian
correspondent with Major General
fitchenkos' division of Cossacks,
which is opposing the Junction of
Gens. Kurokl and Oku in the neighbor
hood of Kai Chou. says:
"In a light June- 2ld. the Cossacks
were unable to remove seven hundreel
wounded men am! they were all
slaughtered before the eyes of their
comrades. The Japanese afterwards
Indulged in mutilations.
An KnRnicenirnt lelneel.
"An important engagement south of
Hai Cheng has been delayed, thanks
to Gen. Misiehenkos' successful oper
ations. Gen. Rennekampff has reoccu
pied Siamatsza. The Japanese are
keeping a large1 force at Kwandian
sian. The Russian losses of two di
visions at the battle of Yafangow will
total 2.7St men. "
Traimporl t.nlnic rnt.
Che Foo. Juno 25. 11 p. m. There
was firing at Port Arthur last night
and tonight. The booming of big guns
was distinctly hearel here tonight.
Eighteen Japanese transports have
iK'en seen going west along the Korean
5. The Second dis
rict democratic convention today nom
inated Edward Stafford for congress
HE REACHES TANGIER
He Suffered Privations,
but Does Not Blame
Tangier, June 25. Ion Perdicaris
and Cromwell Varley. who were cap
tured by the bandit Raisuli, have just
arrived here. Perdicaris is very mucti
fatigued after his long ride, but says
he is glad to get back. He is greatly
pleased with the reception accorded
him by his townsmen, who met him
in great numbers.
Left lu the M.-rninu.
Washington. June 25. A dispatch
from Consul Gummere states that a
letter is received from Perdicaris anil
Varley saying they left yesterday
morning from Itfouly and expected
to arrive at Tangier last night. The
state department is assured that ran
som has been paiel and the captives
PAYS INFIDEL $1 AN
HOUR TO LISTEN TO HIM
Salt I.ake City, Ftah, June 25. Rev.
Thomas Scruggs, pastor of the First
Ilaptist church, of Provo, Utah, has
made a public offer to pay infidels 4l
per hour to sit In church ami listen to
him Sunday. The offer is effective to
morrow. Applicants must call on Mm
te register, pass an examination to
prove their infidelity, and name the
day when they will attend service.
No Infidels have accepted the offe r
yet. but several have Interviewed the
preacher on the subject.
SUMMER BOARDER TRIES
TO MILK COW AND 18 HURT
Houston, Texas. June 25. Miss
Pens Rutterman, who has been sum
mering at Seabrook on the Hay with
friends, assumed the role of milkmaid
yesterday and attempted to milk the
family cow. The beast became enrag
ed at her efforts and attacked her.
She was tossed several feet in the
air and when she fell the: animal made
another rush for her, but was beaten
off by a farm hand. Tiie young
woman was frightfully gored and is in
a critical condition.
WILL BE OPENED AUG. 1
Chicago. June 25. Secretary Dover
of the national committee after an
hour s conference with Chairman Cor
telyou announceel that the republican
campaign will be formally opened Aug
ust 1. It is regarded certain that
Henry S. New. of Indiana, and Secre
tary Dover will be in charge of the
Chicago hea el qua iters and that Chair
man Cortelyou will devote much of
his time to the New York branch.
NEXT MEETING AT DECATUR
Rockferd. III . June- 25.-The Patri
arehs Militant have decided t hold
the ne t gathering at Dec atur some
time ne-t Mav. Officers for the ensu
ing year were electeel as follows:
President. James Henry Harris, Chi
cago; vice president, t haries M .
Lytbe, Decatur; secretary, Theodore
Finn. Chicago; tn asurer, Eelward B.
Chambe rlain. Chicaco.
The final business session was held
MAT SECEDE FROM ORDER
Toronto, Ont., June 25. An inde
pendent Canadian order of Maccabe es
mav be the outcome of the efforts of
the main body whicn has headquarters
in Port Huron. Mich., to raise the
rates. A protest has been made
against the proposed increase, and se
cession from the supreme tent has
been agreeil upon if the compromise
offered is not accepted.
Kmpereir n loor Sailor.
Kiel. June 25. Ingomar. the Ameri
can yacht sailed by Capt. Barr. won
the yacht race. Herr Balln's yacht of
Hamburg, was second: the kaiser's
Meteor lost her topmast and was tow
ed to the harbor. It was sailed by the
kaiser. The empress' yacht Iduna
abandoned the race.
I'liari Ae-ed on Woman.
Dixon. 111.. June 25. An unidentified
man entered the house of Mrs. Cather
ine Petit last night and tried to pour
vitrol down her throat as she slept.
She awoke in time to save her life, but
was seriously burned about the body.
The miscreant has not been found.
SOME EXPECTED TO BE FATAL
Twentieth Century Limited on the
BiK Four Leaves the
Chicago, June 25. Twelve or more
persons were injured, several fatally,
in a collision between two street cars
today. A number had narrow escapes
Ills: Four Limited Wree-keel.
Delaware, Ohio. June 25. The south
bound Twentieth Century Limited on
the Big Four road jumped the track
here today while running at terrific
speed. The fireman and engineer
were killed, and the baggageman fa
tally injured. The engine was com
stoning of French and German
Ministers Done by Few
Port Au Prince, Hayti, June 25.
The French minister has received a
letter from the Haitian government
apologizing for the action of the pal
ace guard in throwing missiles at the
two ministers while the latter were
driving past the palace Wednes
day. The incident is regarded as
Paris. June 25. The semi-official
Temps prints a leading article on the
necessity for putting an end to the
repeated incidents in Central and
South America similar to the stoning
of Minister Deprez. The Hayti en le
gation here seeks to minimize the af
fair, which it attributes to a few elis-
HOLDS UP A STAGE
Nine PasaeiiKcrs Tennessee
Merchant Relieved of
Silver City. Idaho, June; 25. A lone
bandit with a shotgun, bedel up the
outgoing stage1 to Murphy, a few miles
from this place. Nine passengers
we re forced to alight and give up their
valuables. The robber then demanded
the mail sack, which he ransacked.
The stage driver was then ordered to
grive on. The robber wore a black
mask and his shoes were covered to
prevent leaving a track. Sheriff Mc
Donald and posse are in pursuit.
Memphis, Tonn.. June 25. A tele
phone message from Millington. a vil
lage near this city, says J. G. Ligon, a
merchant of that place, had been rob
bed of over 95,000; which he had in a
money belt upon his person.
President Names Hoard of Army Men
to Consider Its Value in
Washington, June 25. President
Roosevelt today appointed Rear Ad
miral Robb y 1). Evans, Rear Admiral
Henry N. Manny. Rrig. Gen. A. W.
Greeley, Lieut. Commander Joseph L.
Jayne and Prof. Willis S. Moore, chief
of the weather bureau, as a board to
consider the question of wireless teleg
raphy in the service of the national
HEALTH OF HELEN
KELLER IS FAILING
Gifted Deaf. Dnmb and Blind Girl on
Verge ot Prostra
tion. Boston. June 25. Helen Keller, the
gifted deaf, dumb and blind student
at Radcliff college has broken down
and is reported to be on the verge of
nervous prostration It is believed she
will get a decree with the class of
l!ei4 in spite of her inability to ful
fill all requirements.
FAIRBANKS GOES HOME TO
BECOME THE LION OF H0TJE
Chicago, June 25 Senator Fair
banks, accompanied by his family.
Postmaster General and Mrs. Payne,
George B. Cortelyou, and others, left
Chicago this afternoon on a special
train over the Big Four for Indianap
olis, where a great non-partisan dem
onstration will be made in his honor
Former Expected to
New York, June 25. Members of
the democratic national committee
nere say John S. Williams, the demo
cratic leader in congress, is to be tem
porary chairman of the St. Louis coa
vention and will make the keynote
Ilnilry for Pd'B Cf cTluiirinnn.
Senator Bailey, of Texas, is men
tioned for permanent chairman.
St. Louis. Mo.. June 25. John H.
Martin, formerly street cleaning com
missioner of New Yorl. has ask.-d
President David R. Francis, of the
world's fair, to consent that his name
go before the democratic convention
in St. Louis for president. Martin, it
is understood, was intrusted with this
commission from Leader Murphy, of
Tammany. The gossip at the New
York state building is that President
Francis has given consent.
PUGILIST CRACKS A BIB:
MAHER AGAIN IS PUT OUT
Baltimore. Mil.. June 2.r. Joe Wal
cett won over Mike Donovan, of Roch
ester, N. Y.. last night. Walcott in
the fifth round landed a hard right
swing to tlu- body, whic h bre)le one' of
Donovan's ribs. The; hitter thereupon
threw up his hands.
Philadelphia, Pa., June! 2.'. Peter
Maher was last night knocked out in
one minute and forty-seven secomls by
"Jack" Williams, of this city, at the
Manhattan A. C.
Chicago. June 25. In 18 minutes of
actual fighting at Batte ry D last night
Billy Finucane and Tommy Mowatt.
the local featherweights, injected
enough fierce slugging to have made
an exciting battle for three times the
distance. It was one of the hardest
and speediest bouts seen in Chicago
in many moons. Both men were se-nt
to the floor repeatedly, but still they
battled on. striving strenuously for the
knockout that never came. Referee
Abe Pollock announced that honors
WAR STARTED AGAINST
Washington. June 25. War against
fraudulent matrimonial agencies has
been declared by the post office depart
ment. Three of these concerrs which
have been operating in the large cities
have bei'n denied the use of the mails.
They are Frank D. Mackay and the
(ilobe Advertising agency of Boston,
and Frank Farrington. of New Or
leans. Fraud orders also were issued
against a number of patent medicine
DES MOINES TEAM WINS
!s Moines, June 25. To the sur
prise of the 10,000 people who saw the
free-for-all race- for the world's cham
pionship at the firemen's tournament
here yesterday. Jack and Jack of Des
Moines hose team No. 2 defeated the
speedy Corbett and Sullivan Sioux City
team No, I, and all the re st of a large
liebl of fast lire te-anis. Jack and Jack
and the men behind them hitched up,
raced a half mile, laid hose and
coupled in a remarkable- time of 1:23
4-5. while Corbett and Sullivan and
crew were 1 4-5 seconds slower.
HELPED TO DECIDE THE
Linton. Ind.. June 25. Andrew Hum
phreys, aged 85. one of the most prom
inent democrats of southern Indiana,
is dead. Humphreys was a member
of the 44th congress which decided the
Hayes-Tilden controversy. He was
Indian agent for the department of
Ftah from 1S58 to 1871.
still on (lit- Trail of Smith.
Hudson. WN., June 25. Captain
Burton bas r -turned to Taylor. Jack
son county, with ten men, having er.me
for them to aid in the hunt of J'jbn
Smith, the slayer of Sheriff Harris,
an.1 says the- posiu-s are- close on the
trail of their epiarry. He says Smith is
working his way S'ttith and west to
ward Alma or Winona. travHise near
the rcen Bay road among the bluffs
and in the woods, stealing horses wher
ever he can.
TRAIN SERVICE IS HAMPERED
Lightning Kills and Wrecks Build
ings McKook, Neb..
La Crosse, Wis.. June 25. Floods
a Stockholm, north of here, washed
out 50 feet of Burlington track. In
some places the washout is eight feet
eieep. Lightning struck and partially
destroyed a brick building, several
persons narrowly escaping death.
Train Stopper el In linnsnH,
Concordia, Kans.. June 25. A de
structive Hood has been experienced
here as a result of a fall of four and
one-half inches of rain. The principal
streets are rivers and cellars in the
business portion are flooded. One
building collapsed, but no one was in
jured. The railroad yard was Hooded
and much stock drowned. Railroads
report numerous washouts.
l'ntnl Storm in Ncrfcvaaka.
McCook. Neb.. June 25. McCook
last night experienced the severest
wind storm in its history. The Bap
tist church was wrecked, the roof in
falling striking the parsonage, dam
aging it badly. The roofs of a num
ber of buildings were blown off. Much
damage was clone at and near Arapa
hoe. William Brock, son of a fanner,
was struck by lightning ami killed.
Kaaaaa CaterherH It.
Kansas City. June 25.- Heavy rains
hare fallen throughout Kansas the
past 24 hours causing more loss and
damage to the crops, and Hooding
farms and railroad tracks in the cen
tral pari of the state. From two to
five inches of water has fallen.
WIFE ON EACH END OF ROUTE
AND ONE IN THE MIDDLE
Mount Vernon. III., June' '2. Chas.
Trainer, of Xenia, 111., and Miss Vina
Hilts were married in this city June
12, and since the marriage the charge
has been made that Trainer has two
wives living. Mrs. Trainer No. 1 is
said to live in St. Elmo and wife No.
2 in Marion, while his latest better half
resides In the- country a few miles
from this city. Trainer is a brake
man on the Chicago and Eastern 1111
nols railroad and runs between St.
Elmo and Marion.
Mount Vernon is about half way be
tween th" two towns, and at each end
of the road, it is alleged, be keeps a
borne, and bas been making occasional
visits to tbem. At the- country home
Of wife No. 3 everything was working
nle-e-Iy until he was surprised by a visit
from wife No. '.I Jit St. Elmo, and there
a scene was enacted whieb made the
surroundings se unpleasant for Trainer
that he decamped for new lie-ids.
WIFE DIES MYSTERIOUSLY:
HUSBAND CANNOT BE FOUND
Lafayette! Ind., June 2.". Under
circumstances that are mysterious and
which tire now being Investigated by
Coroner Morrison. .Mrs. Delia Uordon
died at St. Elisabeth's hospital. Mrs.
Gordon came here with her husband
last Monday and became ill at her
boarding house. She was taken to St.
Elizabeth's hospital In an unconscious
condition. She ne-ver regained eon
six loeul physicians have been con
nected With the case, and all arc; un
uble to disc over the e-ause of the death.
Her siste-r, who lives at Franklin, fears
that death was caused by poisoning.
The coroner is now investigating the
ease, and it is expected that sensa
tional developments will result. The
husband of the dead woman could
not be found.
DETROIT GRAFTER WILL
BE GIVEN ANOTHER TRIAL
Detroit, June 2e.- After being out
twenty-nine hours the jury In the trial
of p. v n. Mnreland, ex-coinmission-cr
of public works of this city, came
into court and re-iH.rteel a disagree
ment. The- jury was discharged.
Metre-land was trie-d on the charge of
appropriating, to the use of contrac
tor 1,735 feet of curbstone belonging
to the c ity and valued at $800.
It was charged that this stone was
transferred to the; contrac tors at a
ridiculous low price. More-land was
Indicted by the grand Jury that last
fall Investigated the public works de
partment unci other branches of the
city government. Judge Phe-lan an-nouti'-eil
that a retrial of the case will
begin In a few days.
e aaiamitid i rni-ne-.
Washington, June 25. The presi
dent has commuted to imprisonment
for two years the sentence of Theo
dore W. Dulle. convicted in the west
ern district of Missouri of embezzling
(the funds of a national bank in Jeffer-
I , ;,, -if,.
r. ill vnj , .'.
will Carry Munjrhutn.
St. Louis, June 25. The Jeffersfn
guards at the world's fair grounds
i have been notified to carry slungshota
! in the future, and also tcj use them
whenever necessary. The slungshots
are heavily loaded wih lead, and are
securely attached to the wrist.
IS WORD FROM PARIS
Treaty With Abyssinia
Sent in Another's
Paris, June 25. The whereabouts of
Kent J, Loomia, brother of the Amer
ican assistant secretary of state, re
mains in the same- state of doubt as
yesterday. Officials who nre conduct
ing the search for the missing man
say there Is no truth in the report pub
lished by a London newspaper to the
effect that I.ooinis turned tip here yes
Parta t Caavoued.
Paris, June 25. Authorities hero
are not seriously apprehensive of the
whereabouts of Kent J. LoomiS, who
disappeared shortly before or after
the arrival of the steamer Kaiser Wil
helm II. at Plymouth June 2. The
recently signed treaty with Abyssinia.
which Loomia was carrying to that
country, has been given to William H.
Bills, who accompanied Loomia from
New York and he will proceed with
it to Abyssinia.
Tnker II SerfeMsly,
London. June 25. All morning
newspapers, with the exception of the
Leader, treat the disappearance as a
serious sensation. None of the special
dispatches from Paris confirm the dis
patch published by the Lender that.
Mr. Loonua was seen In Paris and
left on his way to Abyssinia.
I'aat Week Haa Been I .'icon raging
in Trade, M ami fact tiring
New York, June 2.".. EL G. Dun in
his Weekly Review of Trade today
says: Aside from the strike of gar
ment workers, developments of the
past week have tended to strengthen
confidence. One political convention
has ended, and although its action was
almost a fore-gone- conclusion, the In
dustrial atmosphere is slightly clearer.
The- fiscal year is drawing to a cIobo
with the national finance in a sound
condition, the- small shrinkage in fed
eral customs receipts being no cause
for urn asiness.
The most important trade- influence
just now is in the progress cif crops,
and the- past week has brought no
setback. Seasonable weather has
stimulated the- distribution of mer
chandlse, retail busuesd Improving
very noticeably at many cities al
though it is not customary to find
sales incre-asing at this time.
Railway earnings thus far for Juno
are surprisingly satisfactory, an In
crease over hurt year of 47 per cent
CAN EMPLOY ONLY
Flint Injunction of Kin 1 on KecordL
faauea From Milwaukee
Milwaukee, June 25. Court Com
missioner Chapin today IssucmI an In
junction requiring three Mllwaukeci
tailors tcj refrain from employing any
but union workmen, or from violating
the te-rms of a contract which it l
claimed they entered Into with the
Customs Tailor1-' onion. The; injunc
tlonal erb-r is said to be the first ever
issued restraining firms from employ
ing non-union workmen.
TURNERS FE0M THREE
STATES ARE AT LA CROSSE
li Crosse, Wis.. June 25. The state
tiimfe-n opened here today with 500
Turne rs present from Iowa, Minnesota
and Wisconsin. The program will con
MISS0TJRIAN KILLS IOWA
GIRL AND THEN SUICIDES
St. Joseph, Mo., June 25. W. N.
LJeiwnian, a sfrejet car conductor, fa
tally shot Mollie Stuteville, of Pleas
antejn, Iowa, and then killed himself
tn a rooming house here. Jealousy
was the cause.