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VOL. LV. NO. 281.
THE ARGUS, MONDAY, - SEPTEMBER 10, 190G.
PRICE ,TWO CENTS.
SIEDLGE, RUSSIA, SCEM
OF A JEWISH MA
Day and Night of Rioting
Brings Death to
PLANNED IN ADVANCE
Soldiers Chief Actors Sell
Loot in Streets With Con
sent of Officers.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 10. The polics
department, declares the fighting at
Siedlce has come to an end.
Warsaw, Sept. 10. Artillery was
used in Siedlce this morning. Build
ings on Pienkna, Warsaw and Aleina
streets were destroyed. According to
reports 200 Jews were killed and 3,000
A telegram this morning from Siedlce
Bays rioting and shooting continues.
Revolutionists are firing on soldiers
from windows, and troops reply with
Hrramrii lnliM-rlniinntr Maufchtrr.
St. Petersburg. Sept. 10. Fighting
which broke out at Siedlce, Russian Po
land, Saturday night developed yester
day into a carnival of indiscriminate
slaughter and pillage, in which soldiers
and mobs took part and the unfortun
ate Jews were shot and bayoneted in
the streets of the town. Houses and
shops were sacked. Valuables carried
oft were offered for sale by soldiers to
rassengers on passing trains.
Other Met Denlli.
In addition to Jews, a number of
Christians, and even some officers, met
death in the fighting. A conservative
estimate places the number of victims
at H0. RejKjrts from Warsaw and
other towns in the vicinity of Siedlce
place the number of victims at several
I'll) nurd In Advance.
Siedlce, Poland, Sept. 10 A Jewish
massacre surpassing in seriousness all
previous ones in this vicinity took
place here Saturday and Sunday. It
was carefully planned beforehand, sol
diers warning all the Christian popu
lation in advance to hang out their
Ikons so they might remain undisturb
ed. Marled brn Soldier Were Killed.
Saturday night some terrorists kill
ed two soldiers and thereupon the Li
bau regiment broke forth in unrestrain
ed fury. They began murdering Jews
on every hand and continued the
slaughter all night Saturday and all
day Sunday. The ghastly work of
murdering and pillaging continued un
til an early hour this morning when
Governor General Skallon telegraphed
for permission to use artillery.
Iln Merle Open Fire.
Four batteries then opened fire
down Pienkna, Warsaw and Aliena
streets which were inhabited by thou
sands of Jews. The destruction was
terrible. As a Jesuit of the general
slaughter, it is estimated fully 200
Jews were killed and 1,000 wounded.
Three thousand prisoners are in custo
dy, a gr'.at many of whom are wound
ed. Not a soldier was killed.
Selllmt the Loot.
This morning squads of soldiers are
parading through the streets selling
pillaged witches and jewelry. Army
officers openly countenanced the sell
ing of the loot. The local governor,
Englke, took steps to prevent the out
Warsaw, Sept. 10. The red hand of
terrorism in Russia continues to wage
Its campaign with uabated vigor in the
provinces of Poland, hundreds falling
victims to clashes between the troops
The most serious conflict yesterday
took place at Siedlce, 50 miles south
cast of this city, where more than one
hundred were killed or wounded. The
town is reported in flames.
TerrorUt Kill Soldier.
Terrorists on Saturday shot and kill
ed two soldiers guarding a govern
ment alcohol store at Sidlce. A de
tachment of infantry rushed up and
fired a volley into the crowd, killing
two persons and wounding two.
Yesterday morning the terrorists re
taliated by beginning a massacre of
policemen and soldiers patrolling the
street, and at noon the infuriated
troops attacked the Jewish quarters of
Siedlce, . destroying the houses and
Troop Attack Jctt.
A massacre of police and soldiers
began at 8 o'clock Saturday night. Im
mediately afterward the troops attack
ed the Jews. All yesterday the sol
diers have attacked civilians. Chris
tians or Jews, robbing and murdering
them without discrimination. Hun
dreds of persona were killed or wound
ed. Three streets were devastated It
is reported that drunken
started the massacre.
JAP POACHERS SENTENCED!
Sealers Must Serve Three Months in
Valdez, Alaska,- Sept. 10. Judge
Gunnison in the United States court
Saturday sentenced the Japanese seal
poachers, to serve three months in
prison. The men were convicted after
a brier trial, mat tne Japanese es-
caped with short sentences has caused
OFFICER OF GAS
CO. TAKES OWN LIFE
Clarence K. Wooster Cuts Throat at
Chicago While Mentally De
pressed. mcago, cent, faience iv.
Wooster, third vice president of the
People's Gaslight & Coke company,
committed suicide in his apartments,
CD0O Ellis avenue, by cutting his
throat with a razor yesterday morn-
Extreme mental depression and mel -
ancholia, brought on by a heat stroke
which he suffered while at work In
his office three weeks ago today, is
given as the cause of the suicide. Mr.
Wooster's body was found on the floor!
of the lavatory and the razor was be-
siue ii. i ne juguiar vtiu was sever-
dim Ut'dlU lUiiUrttU 111 Cl 1CW IIUll-
The coroner's jury found that Mr.
Wooster had committed suicide while
insane as a result of a heat prostra
tion. Kis accounts are in perfect con
dition, his associates say, and he was
WILL TAKE STOCK
Lower End of County Expected
to Furnish 30,000 for
PAY CASH OR GIVE
Committee Named to Secure Pledges j
Sixty Will Be Asked to Take
$500 Worth Each.
Subscriptions of stock sufficient to
cover the cost of tho right of way
through three townships is practically
assured by the action of the meeting
held, at Edgington Saturday eveninv
for the purpose of discussing interur
ban connection with this city. A com
mittee was-named to circulate sub-
spr ntinr.B nnrl an rffnrf will V.o. marlo
to pledge $30,000 worth in the lower!
end of the county. Possibly more will
It is the belief of those who attend
ed the meeting that at least Gu men
can be found in Andalusia. Edgington
and Buffalo Prairie who will take $500
worth of stock each. Those owning
lanH through which the nrnroispd marl
will pass will have the privilege of
receiving stock in return for their
land if they desire. The members of
the committee that will secure sub-
scrintions in Kdeineton townshin is
composed of Ashlev W. Elliott. H. B.
Osirrwn tor fTonrcm Tljrri WiHarrl
Parmenter. M. A. Titterington, and
Dr. A. J. Miller.
Will Mft-t Again.
Another meeting .will be held in two
weeks at which progress made in se
curing stock subscriptions and Ihe cir
culation of the petition which pledges
the snnnort of KiVnPra tr ait th.
project, will be made. There will be
a meeting at Andalusia next Fridav
evening ami no at TtniTalrt Pmirip
next Saturday. An invitation will be
extender! to mnrnhprs of thP Rnrt is.
land club who are fathering the Inter-
urban project, to attend the latter, -
It is not unlikely that the citizens of
the lower end of the county who have I
become interested in this matter, will
form a corporation, to carry out their
part of the work.
UNDER A MUD SEA
Side of Mountain Slips Down
Killing Over 250 Persons
Tiflis,. Sept. 10. Practically without
warning the side of the mountain ris
ing above the township of Kwareli
broke away, and a sea of 'semi-liquid
mud. sand and. stones swept down the
township and overwhelmed and obliter
ated it. Some 255 persons were bu
ried alive. Fifty-five bodies are al
ready recovered. Countless heads of
cattle.l perished nd crops were de
stroyed. The lownship occupies an
area of five kilometers.
(TO SUE SULLIVAN
Judge Owen P. Thompson Not
Decided as to How to
USES STRONG LANGUAGE
M. F. Dunlap Also Denies the Allega
tions Made Concerning
I Jacksonville, 111., Sept. 10. In an in
terview Judge Owen P. Thompson has
given out a statement regarding the
attack made on him by Roger Sullivan,
Thompson made an absolute denial
that he ever directly or indirectly
brought a delegate to the Peoria con
vention for himself or any other per
son, as charged. Thompson says he has
been advised to enter suit for slander,
but has not yet determined his course
the charge being so unexpected and
villainous," he says
No One Safe.
lie refers to Sullivan as "so disrep
utable a rorrnntionist anil has Knmnnv
perjurers and bribe-takers among his
peculiar following that no man who in-
I curs his enmity or ill will is safe from
I his villainous attacks," and that "any
I man who is vicious enough and bold
enough to ami convicts and jail birds
land bring them to a convention as his
1 delegates as Sullivan did at Peoria
I shows the character of the man tnat is
I to be dealt with
I Thompson refers to the whole bar
of this county whether there has been
any partisanship in his conduct on the
bench or in his decisions
Uunlup Uenle ( hnricrx
I AT V nimlan OMll!t..,n', 1 T . .
I rr'i i-w-i t? rwt-t tit v 1, J II,-. r- 1- f
f,uuuuo iuui.ii uiuj; jinn. lie ru.v tuai
during Governor Alrgeld's administra
tion the bank with which he (Dunlap)
was connected was a depository for
certain state money, and also during
Governor Yates' administration, and he
failed to see anything wrong in that
fact. Referring to Sullivan's mention
ing his name with Spaulding. Dreyer
and Stensland as bankers who support
ed Bryan, Dunlap invited attention to
Sullivan's omission of the names of
several prominent, honorable bankers
who supported Bryan. And then says
there was one banker who did not sup
port Bryan and who was Sullivan's
bosom friend and political associate,
and that is John K. Walsh. He crit-
Masses Sullivan's attempt to brand himr
as a knownothing and points out tha;
Dunlap openly opposed such move
ments as knownothingisra and A. P. A
He pronounces Sullivan's charges as
"false, contemptible and unjustifiable."
INTUITION FINDS BABE'S BODY
Parents Directed by Some Strange
Power to Remains of Child.
Clinton, Iowa, Sept. 10. Intuition,
parent love. clairvoyance, some
strange psychic power yesterday led
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Donahoo to the
body of their 3-year-old daughter, after
I jL . -i 1 i i n r
Uieir menus uau given 11). luiiowill
a search of several days. At dawn yes
terday both parents, guided by a pecu
liar impulse, neither saying a word.
entered a skiff and rowed two miles
down the river, to a huge Cottonwood
on a bank of Beaver island. There
they found tho body held fast in a
root of the tree. Neither was surpris-
ed. each having a firm conviction that
tne aby s body was tnere. ine niiio
SirI was knocked from ttie necK 01 a
houseboat last week and drowned in
he Mississippi river. The body was
buried this afternoon, the third anni-
versa ry of the child's birth.
rHfcfc Kit i nUUla I 3 lUbUtirCn
Meets in 47th Annual Session Tomo
row at Harvey, III.
The 47th annual session of the Illi
nois conference of the Free Methodist
church opens tomorrow at Harvey, 111.,
and will continue all week. Bishop W H
son l- ""sue win presme. me ir,
Island church will be represents o
the pastor. Rev. C. M. Stlrdivant, and
My H. D. Wheeler, who has been elected
as a member of the lay association
The appointments will be made Satur-
day, and it is expected tnat air. nmui-
vant will be reappointed to uock is
Mrs. Ziegler Gets $2,135,980.
Xew York. Sept. 10. An accounting
filed with the surrogate by the execu
tors of the estate of William Ziegler
discloses for the first time that $2,135,-
080 was paid by the executors to settle
the action instituted by Mr. Ziegler s
widow to have the instrument declared
Again Postpone Hearing.
Chicago, Sept. 10. The trial of the
packing companies under indictment on
the charge of being in a combination in
restraint of trade originally set for to
day was continued until Nov. 10.
LIEUT. DILLON WINS
BIG RIFLE TROPHY
Sea Girt, N. J., Sept. 10. Lieutenant
Theodore H. Dillon of the U. S. engin
eer corps won the $1,000 first prize In
the national individual rifle match with
a score of 313. - i
American Vessel Required
to Bring Stensland
LEST TROUBLE ARISE
Use of Foreign Ship Same as
Passing Through an
Chicago, Sept. 10. Acting Secretary
of State Bacon may order some Amer
ican ship in the vicinity of Morocco
to call at Tangier and get Paul O.
Stensland and his captor, Harry Olson.
This was the information contained
in a dispatch received by Acting
State's Attorney Barbour from CJiarles
Binns. the special representative of
the state's attorney's ofFee at Wash
Will lie Three Werkx.
Binns adds m his dispatch that he is
informed it will be three weeks at the
least before the American navy refrig
erating ship Glacier can reach Tangier.
and that any attempt to take Stens
land home on a vessel not Hying the
United States flag would be to run
rave chances of serious extradition
Board of Local Improvements
PROPERTY OWNERS ATTEND
Plan for Brick Paving With Concrete
Base Defer Action en Bids for
Storm Drain Construction.
At a public meeting of the board of
local improvements this morning at
Mayor McCaskrin's office, the improve
ment of Twenty-fifth street, from the
river to the city limits at Eighteenth
avenue, was taken up. The property
owners were largely represented and
the question thoroughly discussed. The
proposed improvement is n brick pave
ment with a concrete base. The plan
is to pave the street to a width of 27
feet. There were some objections mad
by the property owners, though the
work is generally favored.
Contract Not lct.
The bids on the construction of the
storm drain for district No. 2 were
opened and considered, bill final action
deferred until after the meeting of the
city council this evening.
The board also took up he proposed
sidewalk improvement in the Chicago
or I.ower addition, and in the Fifth and
Seventh wards. There were no objoc
tions to these improvements, and the
board will report recommending the
UPPER END BARN
HIT BY LIGHTNING
Mier Living Near Osborn, Loses
Hay, Grain and Implements
Osborn, III., Sept. 10. (Special).
The barn on the farm near this place,
belonging to Mrs. Knockeinus and ten
anted by C. E. Mier, was struck by
lightning about 9 o'clock this morning
and burned to the ground. With the
building went a large supply of hay
grain, and farm- implements belonging
to Mr. Mier. The loss is about $1,500,
only the building being insured.
To Navigate Missouri.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 10. A boat
freight line on the Missouri river will
be inaugurated this month. Lawrence
M. Jones and A. G. Ellett of the Com
mercial club's boat line committee
have closed contracts for two addition
al steamboats and two barges to make
a U'ip between St. Louis and Kansas
City. The boats can carry;l,000 tons.
Locomotive Firemen -Meet. -
Milwaukee, Sept. 10. The, 10th bi
ennial convention of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Fremen opened here
today with 700 delegates. It is expect
ed to continue three weeks. The ses
sions are secret.
vf Well Known Author Dead.
New Haven, Conn., Sept. 10. Miss
Rose Porter, the widely knowi author,
died today, aged C6. "
Real Estate Trust Company of
DIRECTORS MAKE LOSS GOOD
Necessary for Them to Raise $3,000,
000 in Order to Do
Philadelphia. Pa.. Sept. 10. All of
the directors of the Real Estate Trust
company, which was wrecked by its
suicide president, Frank K. Hippie,
principally through heavy loans made
to Adolf Segal, promoter, have agreed
to Receiver Earle's proposition that
they contribute $3,ooo.0t0. deemed nec
essary to reorganize the bank.
Receiver Earle spent yesterday at
his home in Bryn Mawr working on the
details of his proposition. He expects
to call a general meeting of stockhold
ers and depositors in order to thor
oughly acquaint them with his plan.
M ill Subscribe $:UMMM00.
The loans made to Segal by Presi
dent Hippie aggregate more than
000,000, and his securities are believed
to be worth about $2,000,000. Conse
quently, the directors will subscribe
something more than $3,000,000.
Mr. Earle was emphatic in his denial
of the published statements that he
had suggested certain men for the of
fice of president of the reorganized
company. He said the stockholders
should have their own will in this mat
ter. luirch I.m My lie SUI.IXK.
A statement issued by Rev. Dr. Rob
erts, stated clerk of the general as
sembly of the Presbyterian church, an
nounces that in addition to the $3o,0o
of the trust funds of the trustees of
the church which were lost in the col
lapse, deposits amounting to about
$130,000 are also involved. These de
posits were the current funds of the
board qf ministerial relief, tne trustees
of the board of publication and Sab
bath school work, the trustees of the
general assembly, the stated clerk of
the general assembly, and the Woman'
Foreign Missionary society.
W. S. M'KEE IN NEW FIELD
Retires from Business Here to Locate
At Los Angeles, Cal.
S. McKee, who has for the past
several years conducted a real estate
and insurance business in this city,
leaves tomorrow for Ixs Angeles. Cal..
where he will take charge of one of
the departments of the McGarvin AL
llronson real estate firm. C. H. Liniu
ger. who has been associated with Mr.
McKee, will take over Mr. McKee's
real estate business and Hayes &
Cleaveland the insurance business.
Mr. McKee has been a resident of this
city for a number of years and hig
friends are pleased to see his advance
ment into a larger field.
GOLD CANE FOR MR. EASTMAN
Official Board of - Christian Church
Honors Long Time Member.
W. F. Eastman, postmaster of Mo
line and editor of the Dispatch, was
the recipient yesterday of a handsome
gold headed cane presented to him
by the official board of Memorial
Christian church cf this city. Mr.
Eastman, after a membership in the
local board of 10 years, has withdrawn
to join the Moline Christian church.
Yesterday the 10 members of the body
went to his home In Moline and
where Hev. O. W. Lawrence made the
address formally presenting the cane
and at the same time voicing the es
teem in which Mr. Eastman is held by
his long time associates. :
PLANS FOR FIRST SOCIABLE
Committee Selects Central Church
Young People to Take Charge.
The Central Tresbyterian church
oung people's society was selected by
the social committee of the Y. M. C. A.
at its meeting in the association rooms
Saturday evening to give the first so
ciable of the season, which will take
place some time during October. The
committee decided to continue this
branch of the association work, be
cause of the success of last year. Plans
for future social events were dis
cussed. DELEGATES ARE ARRIVING
Meeting of Independence League Will
Be Well Attended.
New Yctk, Sept. 10. Delegates to
the first state convention of the Inde
pendence league of which William II.
Hearst is president, are arriving in the
city today in large numbers. Sixteen
hundred delegates were named to at
tend. The first session will be held in
Carnegie hall tomorrow noon.
OELRICHS CUT OFF
HIS WIFE AND SON
Xew" York, Sept. 10. The will of
Herman Oelrichs was filed today. It
cuts off the wife, and son and leaves
the estate to a brother and a sister.
TTLE CHANGE TO
"NOW DRAW YOUR OLD 44"
Fatherin-Law Quickly Takes Up
Gauntlet on Highway.
Richmond, Mo., Sent. 10. Walter
Endslee, son of Colonel A. D. Endslee
of Ray county, was shot and killed on
the" highway near hue last night by
John Class, his father-in-law. The
nun had not been on friendly terms.
When they passed each other last
night. Endslee remarked to Glass:
"Nov.- draw your old forty-four."
"I'll jut do that." replied Glass, who
alighted from his buggy ;:nd fired
three times ai Endslee.
Endslee, who was unnrimd, died al
most immediately. After the shooting
Glass drove off, leaving the body lying
in the roadway.
SHOOTS TWO AND SELF
IN A GR0WDED STREET
Bert Tandler, Eau Claire, Wis. Plumb
er, Ends Domestic
Eau Claire, Wis., Sept. 10. While a
hand was playing and Saturday ninht
shoppers were thronging the principal
cast side streets Saturday night, a
frenzied husband, firing as iie ran,
chased his wife and another man
through the crowded street, and to the
front of a leading hotel, where tho
two fugitives fell dead, each pierced
by two bullets. The pursuer then
braced off the crowd and shot himself,
and died instantly. .
The man who did the shooting was
Ikit Tandk-r, a plumb-; r. 31 years of
age. and the other dead man was Mil
ton Johnson. The couple had been sep
arated and the woman had filed a peti
tion for divorce.
LIQUOR IS ISSUE
Warm Election Being Held in
Maine With Vote Unusu
HAS BEEN PROHIBITION
Return of Congressman
Contested by A. F. of
Tort laud. Maine, Sept. Id. Fairly in
teresting and important Issues and the
determination of party leaders to get
out every po.-sible vote, all combined
today to bring throngs of citizens to
the polls. The voting will be contin
ued until 5 o'clock.
o Known fort Onyx.
It will be several" days before the re
sult of all the .120 cities, towns and
plantations will be known. Maine a
prohibition state, and the question of
the sale and manufacture of liquor is
practically the sole issue of the votcr.-
at large this year, while those tf tin
Second congressional district are calleiU
upon to deal, not only with the liquor
question, but also indirectly with the
question of labor legislation In the low
er branch of congress.
lironiilit About ly (.omitrrM.
This condition is brought about by
Congressman I.ittk'field's failure to
vote for certain labor measures advo
cated by the American Federation of
Iibor. Samuel Gompers, president of
the federation, personally stumped the
district and asked the people to defeat
Convention Will l!r KxcillnK.
Dayton. Ohio, Sept. 10. Interest in
the republican state convention which
meets here tomorrow is intense. Ar
langements are complete for a big con
vention. The hall will be the scene of
one of the most exciting meetings of
the party for an "off" year that has
been held for many years.
Head of Waters-Pierce Oil
Company Compelled to
St. Lows, Sept. 10. II. Clay Pierce,
chairman of the executive board of
the Waters-Pierce Oil company, was
arresteul today on an attachment is
sued and served sevtral weeks ago to
compel attendance as witness in a civ
Later Pierce appeared before Judg"?
Anthony, special supreme court com
missioner, at the Southern hotel as wit
ness in the ouster proceedings- of the
state of Missouri against the Standard
Oil, Republic, an 1 Waters-Pierce Oil
The case upon whicli the attachment
was issued Is a suit brought again; die
company by a former secretary for bi-i
Pierce was later released op bond.
People Fleeing From Is
land Brings Alarm
REBELS WELL ARMED
Guerra Has Not Yet Agreed to
Palma's Proposal of
Tampa, Fla., Sept. 10 A Cuban gen
eral arrived here today traveling in
cognito on his way to Washington on
a government mission. Three hundred
passengers on the same steamer were
Heeing from the island. They report
the rebel army has more than 1,00'J
men wel equipped. The situation,
they report, is more gloomy than ever
before and the government is power
Havana, Sept. 1. Sixty more resi
dents of Havana and vicinity have
been indicted for complicity with the
rebels and have been refused ball. It
appears the rebels are in possession of
the junction at Kineon of ihe I'nited
railway branches, as trains on the
western line'' arc stopped and searched
More lliiHirlfM IrrUf nt Front.
Havana, Sept. 1. Four more bat
teries of machine guns from Havana
arrived today in th? region east of
Consolacion del Snr ntmr where t hn
rebels destroyed bridges and diib!ed
the first armored rapid-fire train sent
out. The second train was fired upon
several times this morning. Fighting
is practically suspended in the provin
ces of Santa Clara and Havana. Bv
erything now waits upon (luerra,
Modetaus are trowing more appre
htnsivc concerning ilw? stability of the
Cuban republic in future, even m th
event of compute victory for the gov
ern m nt.
AKiiik Troop Train.
Ilavar..:. S'"t. JO. A troop train
from Havana v.a? attacked early this
morn'r.g at At! lui.-a. The rebels were
driven elf w i : ! ir.aeh tie guns.
!hIi In Drfrnt.
Havana. F.ept. 10. While a detach
ment (if Cuban rebels, commanded by
Colonel Pino Ouerra, was attacking
the government's armored train on the
Western railway. Just beyond Imh
Ova?, Saturday night, they were taken
in the rear by the combined forces of
Colonels Avalcw, Uavena, and Baeallao
and driven off after sustaining a crush
ing defeat. The government troops
are still pursuing them. The train had
been derailed. The forces manning it,
including several Americans under Cap
tain Webster, were almost out of am
munition when they were relieved.
This defeat is a heavy blow to the
revolution. Consequently, the govern
ment is jubilant,
Trnln OIimI ruetrd.
Many arrests tf secret adherents to
the revolution will probably follow in
Havana immediately. Before confirma
tion was received of the engagement
described above men had arrived ear
lier in the evening from Paso Real with
stories tbafc the armored train, wnich
left Havana on Friday, had met with
various obstacles beyond Herradura,
had been thrown from tho tracks and
its 3o men, machine guns, horses, and
equipment captured. As these tales
were confirmed by the Western rail
road's first telegraphic advices from
Paso Real, they were believed to be
true until authentic reports of actual
occurrences were wired by those who
had returned to Paso Real from the
Havana, Sept. 10. President Palma
Saturday night called a special ses
sion of congress to convene St. 14
to ceinsider the disturbed condition of
the country and measures for ending;
the present situation. The principal
features in the revolt Saturday were
attempts by the western railway to
get trains as far toward Pinar del Rio
as possible, and the advancunent of
an armored train with machine guns
and recuits to the country now occu
pied by the Insurgents. Wire com
munication was cut repeatedly farther
east at night, and neither the ruil-
road nor the government Iff able to
communicate beyond Paso Real, two
miles east of Pinar del Rio city.
WILL MAKE ALL AMENDS
Russian Government Apologizes for
Attack on British Vice Consul.
St. Petersburg. Sept. 10. The Brit
ish embassy has received from the
foreign office expressions of the gov
ernment's regrets at the attack in
Baca Sept. 8 upon British Vice Cooul
Urquhart and the assurances that ev
erything will be done to discover and
punish the perpetrators of the act.