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VOL. LV. XO. 253.
THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1900.
PRICE TWO CENTS. "
GOES ROPE ROUTE FAILE
TWO SCORE DIE OF
United States Summarily
HEAT IN NEW YORK
PUT IN JAIL
Mrs Clay Glancey, Wife of Aledo
But No Loss of Ufa Attend Floods
Along Rivers in
Net Result of Threq Torrid Days Be
fore Cooling ftains Give
President of Milwaukee
Avenue Bank Badly
LEFT WITH A WOMAN
Blame Transferred From Cash
fer's to His Shoulders
Chicago, Aug. S. Today a woebe
gone crowd of depositors continued
to surround the wrecked Milwaukee
Avenue State bank as on previous
days. The unfortunates, mostly work
ing people, came early ami seemed de
termined to remain indefinitely. Police
were on hand to repress any tendency
Uuilty of Hitch I'rimria.
Conclusive evidence has been un
earthed by State Bank Examiner Jones
that Stensland, the fugitive president,
lias been guilty of highly criminal acts
In conducting the business of the in-
fctitution of which he is head. This
was officially announced by Jones to
day. At the same time culpability for
the crimes which have brought far-
reaching disaster on the northwest side
Is narrowing more and more to Stens
Taken Dlaute froii Ilrrioi;.
Henry V. Hering, the missing cash
ier, who was declared to be the em
bezzler of large sums of money, is be
ing in a measure exonerated because of
lack of proof against him.
Tracp of Mraalnml.
Chicago. Aug. 8. That President
Paul O. Stensland of the Milwaukee
Avenue State bank was in Chicago on
the day preceding the bank's crash,
and that the worthless securities in
the bank's vaults probably total more
than a million dollars, were signjficant I
developments in yesterday's investiga
tion of the affairs of the wrecked finan
Son Vnder Arrewt.
Theodore Stensland, vice president
of the bank and son of the fugitive
president, was arrested late in the af
ternoon at the behest of a depositor.
The charge against him is identical to
that preferred against the father,
Stensland. Jr., was released on $5,000
bond Immediately after his arrest
The day was without developments
bo far as Henry W .Hering, the miss
ing casaier, "was concerned. The po
lice were unable to gain the slightest
clew as to his whereabouts.
That the worthless paper in the bank
amounts to $1,003,000 is said to have
been admitted by President Stensland
to hi3 son. A leading down town bank
er said that Stensland, Jr., had inform
ed him that such was the case. Stens
land, Jr., refused to confirm this.
Woman In the Cane.
During the day there were more or
less definite reports that President
Stensland had left Chicago in company
with a woman who for two years or
more has been living at the Auditorium
hotel, and whose expenses there the
banker is said to have paid. The wo
man mentioned in this connection is
well known in musical circles. Two
years ago she was divorced from her
husband. It is known that she has
been a frequent visitor at the Stens
land home in Irving park, often remain
ing there until far into the morning. A
woman member of the Stensland fam
ily spread the report that the two fled
together. This could not be verified
NEARLY 100; DIES FOR LOVE
Old Man, Unab!e to Win Girl of 20 for
Wife, Hangs Himself.
Manitowoc, Wis., Aug. 8. Alois Tur
kinsky of Reedsville, 35 years of age,
disappointed in love, hanged himself
yesterday. Turkinsky was won by the
charms of Anna Kirch, aged 20. He
made strenuous efforts to awaken a
feeling of love in the heart of the girl,
but failed. When he found the girl
would not marry him Turkinkyky made
his way sadly home, where he lived,
and going into the attic ended his life.
FINDS JRUE BILL
Federal Grand Jury at Chicago
Indicts Standard Oil
Chicago, Aug. 8. The federal grand
jury this afternoon returned an Indict
ment against the Standard Oil com
pany charging it with having illegally
received railroad rebates on storage
QUE TO DOMESTIC TROUBLE
Cut Down Before Dead by Husband,
But is Taken With Fatal Hem
orrhage. Aledo, 111., Aug. 8. (Special.) Mrs.
Clay Glancey, wife of a well known car
penter of this place, committed suicide
this morning by hanging. Her hus
band found her strung up by a rope in
an outhouse and cut her down. She
was not yet dead, but soon after at
tempts to resuscitate her were begun
she was taken with a hemorrhage and
Trouble In Family.
Domestic trouble is supposed to have
been the cause of the deed, as the cou
pie have not been living harmoniously
for several years past. They have
three children, none of whom are at
home, all having beengiven into other
nanus to rear ana care ior.
Mrs. Glancey was about 35 years of
ge, and the family had long resided in
FINDS 90 BODIES
INSIDE THE SIRIO
Diver Makes Unsuccessful Attempt to
Reotover Corpses and
Cartagena, Aug. 8. A diver assist
ing in the salvage of the wrecked Ital
ian steamer Sirio says he saw. 70 bod
ies In the interior of the vessel. He
made an unsuccessful attempt to ena
ble the salvage of the corpses and raise
the safe of the steamer. The steamer
is wedged between two rocks and is
listed 45 degrees to starboard. Sub
scriptions for the relief of the destitute
survivors have reached the sum of $28,-
TO FIGHT FOR LYNCHERS
North Carolina Mob Threatens Attack
Salisbury, N. C, Aug. 8. A mob of
a thousand men gathered here last
night with the avowed purpose of lib
erating John Hall, arrested yesterday
ona charge of being one of the leaders
of the mob which Monday night lynch
ed three of the six negroes accused of
the murder of the Lierly family. Two
companies of infantry, 200 strong, are
patrolling the city, under orders from
Governor Glenn to protect the jail and
hold the prisoner at all hazards. Gen
eral J. F. Armfield of Statesville has
been detailed to take charge of the sit
uation. The sheriff has the names of
many of the lynchers, and more arrests
LABOR TO KNIFE L0NGW0RTH
Congressman Goebel Also Slated for
Opposition by Federation.
Cincinnati, Aug. 8. Congressman
Nicholas Losgworth, the con-in-law of
President Roosevelt, will be opposed
by the American Federation of Labor
in this county in his campaign for re
election. This announcement was
made by Frank Rist, an. organizer and
the editor of the labor paper. Con
gressman Goebel also will be fought by
DIVORCE FOR MAUD G0NNE
"Irish Joan of Arc" Given Child but
Not an Absolute Decree.
Paris, Aug. 8. The civil tribunal of
the Seine today confirmed its dewee
granting Mrs. Maude Gonne Macbride
known as "Irish Joan of Arc," judicial
separation from her husband, Major
Mac Bride, but the tribunal refused
tc grant her absolute divorce on the
CTound of her Irish, nationality. She
was awarded the custody of the child.
Forced to Wall.
Laporte, Ind., Aug. 8. The Planet
Manufacturing company, makers of
picture frames and jroom moulding,
was today forced into the hands of a
receiver. The assets and liabilities
are not known. The company Is cap
italized for $100,00.
Beloit Young Woman Drowned.
Lake Geneva, Wis.; Aug. 8. Miss
Ruth McCumber of Beloit was drowned
In Lake Geneva yesterday, and Henry
D. Smith, secretary of Beloit college,
Is in a critical condition, owing to his
efforts to save Miss McCumber. It is
thought he will recover.
Negro Hanged for Attack on Girl.'
Springfield. Ma, Aug. 8. Edward
Bateman, a negro, found guilty of as
saulting a young woman at Aurora last
February, was hanged at Mount Ver
non yesterday. Bateman, pn the scaf
fold, denied his guilt.
Wins Emperor's Cup.
Cowes, Aug. 8. The yawl Satinata
today won the race for Emperor Wil
liam's cup. The cutter Creole was sec
ond. Eight yachts started.
Therefore Russian Douma
Member is Beaten
BY HIS CONSTITUENTS
Not Given Latter
sired Land and
Kiev, Russia, Aug. S. Peasants of
the village of Graveoff have beaten al
most to death M. Stewanduk, member
of the outlawed parliament, who could
not explain to their satisfaction why he
returned home without obtaining tlie
land and liberty he had promised them.
Hold Inhabitant, for KohberleN.
Warsaw. Aug. 8. Terrorists are con
intually attacking and robbing postof
fices and government spirit shops,
treasuries and mails. The governor
general has ordered henceforth that
the inhabitants of villages, communi
ties and cities in or near which such
crimes occur shall pay the losses re
sulting from such robberies.
AnUm Cznr'M Approval.
St. Petersburg. Aug. J 8. President
Stolypin has gone to Peterhof to se
cure the emperor's approval of the ap
pointment of Prince Vassilchikoff as
minister of agriculture; Filossofoff, as
minister of commerce, and Iswolsky,
brother of the foreign minister, as pro
curator general of the holy synod.
Iloiub nt Hnilwny Station.
Sosnowice, Russian Poland, Aug. S.
A bomb was thrown today into a crowd
ed waiting room at the railway station.
One man was killed and many wound
ed. A frightful panic ensued, resulting
in the injury of many persons. Women
fainted and children were trampled
upon. The thrower of the bomb es
TEXAS CAMPAIGN IS COSTLY
Expenses of Gubernatorial Candidates
Exceed Salary of Office.
Fort Worth. Tex., Aug. 8. Judge
Charles K. Bell, candidate for gover
nor, has filed a sworn statement of his
expenses in the campaign just closed
here, giving the amount as $9,74.Cj.
Railroad Commissioner Colquitt, who
is also a candidate, filed a statement
of expenses amounting to $9, $00.57.
Both candidates spent more in the cam
paign seeking election than the guber
natorial salary amounts to for the term
of two years.
IOWA'S DEMOCRATIC TICKET AND PLATFORM BOTH STRONG
Claude R. Porter of Centerville
For governor Claude R. Porter.
For lieut. governor .John D. Denison
For secretary of state . J. S. McLuen
For auditor of state . . C. E. Munroe.
For treasurer L. L. Danforth.
For attorney general F. V. Townsend.
For superintendent public instruction.
W. S. Wilson.
Forjudges supreme court
L. M. Fisher, E. M. Carr.
For railroad commissioners
W. L. Carpenter, E. K.Stoll.
For clerk of supreme court
G. W. Kcanan.
For reporter of supreme court
H- M. Parker.
Waterloo, Iowa, Aug. 8. Harmony
was the watchword of the democratic
state convention which met here yes
terday and nominated! a .full ticket
headed by Claude Porter of Center
ville for governor. It was the avowed
intention of those in control to smooth
out all differences,; select the strongest
possible candidate and adopt a plat
form which majiy republicans, angered
by factional strife within their own
party, might stand, for it is through
disaffection in the ranks of their oppo-
nenets that the democrats hope to win
The platform adopted denounces the
trusts, declares for tariff for revenue
only, assails the railroads- in politics
and indorses William Jennings Bryan
for president in 1908.
Five CnndldHtr In Field.
Though there was no display of hard"
feeling, the race for the gubernatorial
nomination was a spirited one, five
candidates being in the field ard it
taking four ballots to nominate. .
Porter led from the start, having 262
votes on the first ballot. John D. Den
isson had 245. George W". Ball 231.
H. D. Boies 130 and Donald MacRae
W. Mac Rae withdrew after the sec
New York, Aug. fi. Although thun
dershowers brought relief last night
the havoc wrought by the three days
and two nights of excessive heat was
told in the records of the hospitals, po
lice stations and the morgue. In the
hospitals hundreds of stricken men and
women rallied from the delirium "of
sunstroke when the cool air swept over
their feverish faces, but in the morgue
were two score victims of the heat for
whom the rain came too late. From
all sources 11 deaths directly attrib
utable to the heat were reported yes
terday. Eighty-nine degrees at 1
o'clock in the afternoon was the high
est temperature recorded yesterday by
the government weather bureau, but it
was the cumulativeveffect of the three
days' heat that did tlie fatal work.
NAMED AS BISHOP
HERE FOR POLES
Rt. Rev. Joseph Weber Named by Pope
to Look After Welfare of
Toledo, Ohio, Aug. 8. Announcement
was made today that lit. Rev. Joseph
Weber of Lemberg has been appointed
by the pope as bishop for the United
States to look after the welfare of
3,000,000 Poles in America. The bish
op is now in Rome making his novitiate
in the Resurrectionist order. As soon
as this is completed he will come to
America and make his headquarters in
RAIN AT FIREMEN'S TOURNEY
Dixon Man Wins Ladder Climbing Con
test at Meet in Urbana.
Urbana.. III., Aug. Si Rain interrupt-
d a fine program off events on the
pening day of the annual tournament
f the State Fireraens' association yes-
erday. Only on event, the ladder t
climbing contest, was held. Matt
Bales of Dixon was firt. time 5 1-5 sec
onds; Witllam Cody of Areola, second,
time seconds; Reb Brooks of
Charleston, third, tin.e 5 4 5 seconds,
and FredSLalz of Kdardsville. fourth,
time 7 seconds. Kakv" won this event
three times and thereft re is champion.
Stalz won the world's championship at
Sr. Louis, but got a)ad start yester
day. The Iadd fire department won
the parade prize, with Downers Grove
GOVERNOR FOLK IN WRECK
Escapes Uninjured When Two Miss
ouri Pacific Trains Collide.
Armour, Mo., Aug.S. Two Missouri
Pacific passenger trains collided here
this morning, injuring conductor Will
iam Welch. Governor Folk was on the
train enroute for a picnic at Stewarts
v'lie, bur. was uninjured.
for Governor and Broad Declaration of Principles Expected to
Support of Disaffected Republicans.
ond ballot and Ball after the fourth
It was expected by friends of Boies
that Ball's strength) would go to him.
but they were disappointed, and the
fourth and final ballot showed) 507
votes for Porter, 292 for Boies and 132
Mr. Denisson then was nominated
for lieutenant governor. by acclamation,
t'nrefnl on Platform.
Next to the nomination for governor
the platform occupied the center of
interest. The resolution committee
was out four hours wrestling with the
liquor question, railroad rate legisla
tion; and other matters incorporated in
the platform. There Was an interesting-contest
in the committee room
with reference to (he prohibition ques
tion. Nine members favored incorpo
rating the liquor question in the plat
form, while it was opposed by General
J. B. Weaver and J. B.f Sullivan of Das
The matter finally was compromised
by inserting a transportation clause
permitting Iowa breweries and distil
leries to transport their goods to Iowa'
cuomers with no reference to prohi
bition or the liquor question. .The com
promise was accepted, and prohibition
is a minus qtianity in the democratic
platform for 1900.
Some of Principal I'lankn.
Followng are the principal planks
of the platform:
"We believe in tariff f for revenue
only, and in approaching to that condi
tion of our revenue laws there should
be immediate relief granted to the peo
ple who are now being robbed by extor
tionate prices exacted under the shel
ter of the tariff.
"We demand the enactment of such
legislation as will effectually destroy
all trusts and the strict enforcement of
all laws concerning theeatce.
"We are in favor, ot such railroad
rate regulation in the state of Iowa as
will give equivalent rates and service
Denverites Committed for
IN ELECTION CONTEST
Supreme Court Refuses to Take
Part and Case Goes
Denver, Ail?. S. George X. Ordway,
election commissioner, was sent to jail
by Judge Lindsay today for contempt
of court in refusing yesterday to give
the ballot boxes to the sheriff on the
order of the court. Henry Dougherty,
president of the Denver Gas and Elec
tric company; Fred A. Williams, form
er chairman of the republican central
committee, and J. Cook. Jr.. a real es
tate dealer, wlio refused to testify in
the election contest, were also commit
ted to jail for contempt.
Supreme Court Keep Out.
Denver, Aug. S. Justice Bailey, of
he state supreme court today refused
l writ sought by tho Denver City
Tramway company and Denver Gas
and Electric company to stay proceed
ings in the franchise election contest
n the Denver county court. Sherift
Nisbct thereupon personally took pos
session of the ballot boxes which the
city election commission had refused
o surrender last night on the order of
County Judge Lindsey and the hearing
was resumed in court.
AT OYSTER BAY
Desires to See President to Secure Re
turn of His Pension Pa
pers. New York, Aug. S. Henry Miller,
wno sa:u r.e rormrrly an engineer
on the Central railroad of New Jersey
was turned back from Oyster Bay
when he went there today to see the
president. The town constable put him
on a train for Xew York. Miller first
applied to Sheriff Gildersloeve at Min
eola, and a.-iked him to escort him to
the president's home. Miller said he
had lost his pension papers and could
not draw his pension and that his mail
was kept from him by unknown per
sons. The sheriff said Miller admitted
that he had been an inmate of a Con
necflcwt insane asylum.
to that afforded by the interstate com
merce act, and we are opposed to the
present legislation in force, eliscrimin
ating as it does against local Iowa In
"We demand that our next legisla
ture enact a 2-eent passenger fare on
For n llroel Primary,
"We are in favor of a primary lav
giving to the people the selection as
well as the election of all candidates
from senator down. so drawn as to pro
tect minority and all parties
"We favor the election of United
States senator by direct vote of th
"We are in favor of absolute and un
qualified government control of inter
"We favor the enactment of such
laws a shall give to all manufacturers
and jobbers in Iowu the same right to
Jtiip their product and goods to all
points in Iowa as are now given by
the interstate commerce law to manu
facturers or jobbers in similar products
or goods in other states.
Tribute to AV. J. Bryan.
"We indorse the exalted character,
peerless statesmanship, the high mind
ed and pure personality of democracy's
conceded leader, William Jennings Bry
an, and plede him our unqualified sup
port for the presidency in 1908."
The indorsement of Bryan- was re
ceived wiUi prolonged cheers and the
platform was adopted unanimously and
harmoniously. A message of greeting
was sent to Mr. Bryan at Venice, and
a. greeting from exGovernor Horace
Boies, who is in Canada, was read
The platform is regarded as one on
which both wings of the party in Iowa
can stand and give it , their undivid
ed support. Some oCjhe plans are ex
pected to win many Etandpat republi
can votes and the leaders cjsjjress hope j
of success in November.
MANY DRIVEN FROM HOMES
Towns of Ballinger and Brownwood
Hardest Hit by Rushing
Ft. Worth, Aug. S. Reports received
today from Ballinger and Brownwood
in the flooded district say business has
been resumed and no loss of life has
rrom Knrlter lleior(.
Fort Worth, Tex.. Aug. 8. Twenty-
five people are known to have been
drowned, hundreds were rendered
homeless, and $500,000 worth of prop
erty was destroyed by a flood in south
Texas yesterday when the Colorado
and other rivers were forced out of
their banks by a 12-inch rain fall.
Relief trains are cut off, telegraph
and telephone wflres are down, and the
fate of the inhabitants of several is
lated towns is unknown.
The Colorado river has risen CI feet.
and is from four to six miles wide in
places. A strip of country 30 miles
long and two to ten miles wide is cov
ered with three to ten feet of water,
thousands of acres of land being inun
dated. l'letl In X Ik lit Clollie.
The flood came without warning, and
nhabitants of San Angelo and Ballin
ger were forced to nee Tor sarety in
heir night clothes. An ontire family
at Ballinger, named Cook, were drown
ed while attempting to leave their
home on an improvised raft, which
struck an obstruction and went to
pieces. A mother and three children
perished at San Angelo in the sight of,
a soore of men unable to attempt a
rescue. The mother was in the upper
story of a small house in the bottoms,
calling for help, when the flood caused
the house to totter and collapse. One
man on horseback was lost while try
ing to warn the inhabitants. A tenant
on the Bismarck farm near San An
gelo, with his wife and there children
were drowned. A man was carried
down with his team by the collapse of a
bridge and was lost.
Reports from the country say the
loss of life and damage are large. Five
hundred persons are homeless at
Brownwood and vicinity. The victims
driven out by the waler sought refuse
in the churches.
It is estimated that 200 miles of rail
road track has been washed otit. The
Santa Fu is a heavy sufferer, many of
its bridges being carried away or partly
demolished, besides miles of its road
bed being destroyed. Growing crops
have been greatly damaged and 2,0ni
cattle are killed. Many farm houses
and buildings that were not destroyed
were moved fronj their foundations.
TREATING A SYRIAN LEPER
Federal Authorities Take Up Case of
Washington, D. C, Aug. 8. In a tent
on a bleak mountain side in Randolph
county, W. Va.. near Elkins, George
Rossi, the Syrian leper, who has been
shunted in a box car through severa
states by panic-stricken health officials
is existing without care of any kind'.
The case finally has been brought to
the attention of the United States an
thorities and orders have been -issued
that Rossi be visited and examined by
a surgeon of the marine hospital serv
ice and a Syrian interpreter.
It is assumed that he had leprosy be
fore he came here about four years
ago, and that he is dejiortable under
the immigration laws to the country
whence he came.
ABSTINENCE UNION MEETS
Catholic Organizations' Convention
Opened at Providence.
Providence, R. I., Aug. 8. The na
tional convention of the Catholic Total
Abstinence Union of America began to
day. Prior to the formal opening sol
emn pontifical mass was celebrated at
the cathedral by Bishop Matthews Har
kins of the Providence diocese.
FRANKIE NEIL DEFEATED
Harry Baker Gets Decision in Battle
Between Little Men.
Los Angeles, Aug. 8. Harry Baker
was given the decision last night over
Frankie Neil, after 20 rounds of fight
Launch Party Found.
OlcoM. N. Y. Aug. 8. William Dicky
and the four other people lost on Lake
Ontario in a disabled launch was
found yesterday. The party spent a
tcribJe night on he water.
Cardinal Rampola III?
Rome, Aug. 8. Ie is reported the
health of Cardinal Rampola, who was
papal secretary of state, has broken
down and there is little hopes of re
Seven Prisoners Escape.
Canton. Ohio. Aug. 8. Seven Drison-
ers escaped from the county Jail here
IN PACIFIC ISLANDS
Course Justified According to
Provisions of Interna
Dutch Harbor, Alaska, July 25, via
Seward, Alaska, Aug. 8. Five Japan
ese were shot and killed on the Island
of St. Paul of the Pribiloff group by
order of an agent of the department f
commerce and labor on July 17. The
engagement was the result of a raid by
four Japanese schooners on tlie seal
rookeries. The revenue cutter McCul
lough has reached here from St. Paul
with 12 prisoners, two of them nerlous
ly wounded. They were turned over to
Deputy Marshal Harmon. The raiders
were discovered by native lookouts of
the North American C'omm rcial com
pany, which leases the seal privilege
from the government.
Washington. Aug. 8. Acting Secre
tary of State Bacon has -nt to Ambas
sador Wright at Toklo. the substance
of a dispatch received bv the denart
men t of commerce and labor from So
licitor Sims at Sitka. Alaska, regarding
the killing of Japanese fishermen on
St. Paul Island.
Merely for Id forma Hon.
In sending the dispatch the acting
secretary states it is forwarded for Uhj
the puriose of giving information such
as this government has of the regret
able incident, news of which may
reach Japan in h distorted form.
There Is no it.lentlnii eif offering an
apology or any further regret than in
contained in this dispatch as the state
department regards the .lapanene fish
ermen as poachers if they were within
the three mile limit and the dispatch
from Sini.-i emphasizes this fact.
Sult.'ert to Xiinir Itulea.
It is stated American fishermen In
New I'oiindland waters, if within the
three-mile limit, would be subject to
attack by the British authorities and
would have no redress as they would
be? poachers the tame ns the Japanese
who were killed em St. Paul island.
W ill He Tried Here.
The United States will take no fur
ther active interest in the matter of
killing of the Japanese joacher, eave
that the 12 prisoners must be trle-d by
the United States authorities and ac
cording to United States law. It is
not intended to send any more revenue
cutters into Alaska waters, as it is un
derstood the ships now there are suffi
cient to protect the interests erf citizens
of this government.
TRUE BILLS FOR ICE MEN
Fourteen Philadelphia Dealers Caught
in Grand Jury Net.
Philadelphia. Aug. 8. The! grand
jury has indicted 14 members of the
Philadelphia Ice Exchange, who are
charged with conspiracy to increase
the price ef ice. There is but one In
dictment containing six ceunfs, and
this will enable the district aworncy
to prosecute the defendant jointly.
The trial has been set for Sept. o.
FORMER MODERATOR DEAD
Rev. J. Addison Henry, Leader in Pres
byterian Church, Passes Away.
Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 8. Rev. Dr.
J. Addison Henry, pastor of ihe Pcince-
ton Presbyterian church of this city,
died tenia y at Asbury Park, N. J. He
was aged 72, and was one of the beit
known clergymen in the ceunry. He
served a ttrm as moelerator f the gen
Looking Into Ice Prices.
New York, Aug. 8. The investiga
tion Into the price of ice in this city
was begun by District! Attorney Je
rome and the grand Jury today.
MUTINY IN NAVY
Fifteen American Sailors
der Arrest on the
Philadelphia, Aug. 8. It became
known today that five marine are in
double irons on board tlie rerelving
ship Lancaster at the League Island!
navy yard and 10 bailors under arrest
as the result of a mutiny on Monday
night In which two mutineers were