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JAPS PAY DEARLY IN LIVESJUPROVIXO
JUPROVIXO THEIR POSITION A1PORT
PORT ARTHUR AT HEAVY COSTpojiluu
pojiluu Driven From the Eicarpment
of Three Fortt Heavy Gtmi Moved UgL
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1 to Shell the Inner Petition BomK
K Sklrmlihlnr Mont the Shu niveifptcial
fptcial Cotlt Dnpattlui la Tra SUNTOKIO
TOKIO Nov 28 Af tertwentyfour hoursdesperate
desperate fightingtho Japanefle at 2 ocloclyesterday
yesterday morning succeeded In eoallnithe
the escarpments of three forts at Port Arthur
thur The Russian defenders held thcdouble
double parapets until they were overwhelmed
whelmed As fast as the parapets wenoccupied
occupied the Japanese brought up field antmountain
mountain guns and poured a fierce fire 01the
the inner defences their sapper meanwhile
while constructing positions for heavguns
gunsROUE
gunROME Nov 28A despatch to the Oiornale
nale di Roma from Toklo says that thoErlung
Erlung Easterlung and Majokobujamrforts
forts at Port Arthur havo been destroyecby
by the Japnneee Attacks by the Japaneeon eon
on the Songhu and Keekwap forts wenrepuls
repuls < d The Japanese losses are reportedto
to have been nearly 7000 menLONDON
LONDON Nov 29Prese despatchesfrom
from St Petersburg assert that the Japanpiie
piie in their latest attack on Port Arthuiwere
were repulsed with great loss Unofflciareports
reports from Tokio state that the silence dthe
the Ministry of War on the subject is causinjanxiety
anxiety It Is also stated that the attack
it continuingThere
There are some indications that thiprolonged
prolonged skirmishing on the Sha Riverhlch
which continued yesterday and todayIn
In the beginning of an Important engagement
ment but news is meagre The Japonemhave
have mounted siege guns which are expected
pected to harass the RussiansThe
The first division of the Baltic fleet undeiAdmiral
Admiral Rojestvensky seems to be progressing
gressing weU According to a despatclfrom
from Cape Town his ships are coaling aiBwakopmund
Bwakopmund
2J MUTINEERS KILLEDOutbreak
Outbreak In the Odma Naval BarrackRemits
Remits In Many DcathiSptctal
Sptctal Catli Dupatth to Tat ScvLONDON
LONDON Nov 29Tho St Petersburg ICOtTe8pondent
correspondent of the Morning Post saythat
that the recent mutiny among the seamenIn
In the naval barracks at Odessa was dueto
to local causes and was not connectwith
with the general unrest in Russia Twentyfive
five of the mutineers were killed and manwere
were wounded when the pickets fired 01them
them
Raul Plant for Peace Timesfiptctttl
fiptctttl Cotll Deipatch to THI SDKST
ST PBTEBanuno Nov 28The newspapers
papers give details of a plan of reorganization
tion of the volunteer fleet after the warPaasanztr
Paasanztr and freight services are to txtartid
tartid in xJew of extensive emigration
end traflf rub America vj Hamburg
138 Bremen One of the most importantof
of the projected railways Is to be to Libnuor
or Vindau for the accommodation of thiiAmerican
American businessWAXT
WAXT FULL BREAK WITH ROMEFreneh
Freneh Deputies Reject Premier Plan forflraduat
Gradual Clian eSptctal
Sptctal Catlt Dtipatclt to TuePARIS SexPARIS
PARIS Nov 28Tho Government billfor
for the separation of Church and Statowhich
which was presented to the Chamber ofDeputies
Deputies committee having charge of thesubject
subject by Premier Combes on Octwas 29was
was rejected by the committee today bya
a vote of IS to LThe
The measure did not differ very greatlyfrom
from the bill the committee had preparedhut
hut instead of making an outright separation
tion M Combos provided for a period oftransition
transition with the view of the organization
tion of new Church conditions and allowedthe
the clergy an indemnity for four yearsafter
after the separation BO as to give theman
an opportunity to make new arrangementsfor
for the support of the churches The committee
mittee proposed Immediate and radicalseparation
prop lpedlate
The vote wan a snap division which wastaken
taken In the absence of a majority of theMinisterial
Ministerial members I doe not implythe
the rejection of the bill which will bo againdiscussed
discussed next Tuesday when ths decision
ion pr oLably will b reversed
I New Drltlth Minister t Chilefiptetal
fiptetal Cubit Dtipotth to THE SexJT
JT LONDON Nov 28The appointment iigazetted
gazetted of Arthur S Ralkcs Secretary olthe
the British Embassy at Washington asBritish
British Minister to ChileSTORE
STORE DETECTIVES CAPTURESMother
Mother and Daochter From BrooklynQueer
Queer Young Couple Who KUirdTour
Four alleged shoplifters were arrestedIn
In one drygoods store yesterday afternoon
noon One pair were mother and daughterand
and the second pair are believed to be busbend
bend and wife p Mary Lynch 38 rearsold
old and her daughter Eva 1 yean werearrwtfd
arrested by Store Detective Bernard whotllegcH
tllegcH that ho saw them stealing goodvalued
valued at 1825 He says both prisonershid
had goods In their possession that had beenttolrn
ttolrn from other stores In the Tenderloinitatlonhouso
itatlonhouso lira Lynch said her husbandwa
wa employed by the Title Guarantee andTrust
Trust Company of Brooklyn Mother anddaughter
daughter said they lived a 17SJ Broadway
way BrooklynSoon
Soon after Bernard made these two ar
rests no was back at the Tenderloin stationwith
with a well dressed couple whom ho accused
cubed of stealing two nickel watches andwveral
wveral scarf pins valued at tli50 Them
man said he was Louis Shenner 1 years1J
old of 1 Melr0 street Brooklyn Whoahe
he was taken back to a cell he shook tbohand
hand of the young woman who was arrested
rested with him and then kissed her Up
to tbat time the young woman showed nofaction
faction but when she saw the young manbeing
being le to a cell she began to cry I
c
I to young woman Raid aha was MmCUri
CUri En gleman 19 years old le 470 PulasklBreeL I
re Brooklpn When she was taken t
a cell the matron asked her who the manwas
w who hadkissed her T youngwoman
om replied that he was the beet mannt I
nt her wedding two month ago Laterhe
she said tho man was her husband Shewould
would not explain the difference In
nt epin dilerc n namesM
M Linn Bruce to Le re Crubert DUtrtetLleuLGov
LleuLGov elect M Linn Bruce intendsto
to move from the Twentyfirst Assembly
ri trict where he now liven to B2S Wonti
lth street In the Twentythlrd in whie
dktrict Julius M MGr the AttorneyGeneral
eral elect also IMTi
Ti paUDlt Line fr CltrtUnd
The Nt Yotk Central k Iludoo RIver RaIlroad
l lib ltQatlleAI Ila tlbt trelas a day 1 Cleveland Rlt as
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ADMIRAL DEWEY DECLINESVim
Vim Not Accept Membership on the NortSe
8ea Arbitration TribunalWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON NOV 28In a very poollive
live way Admiral George Dewey thsenior
senior officer of the United States Nay
declined today to accept membership orthe
the international Court to b organizeunder
under the agreement of Eland and Russ Irfor
for a adjustment of the differences arlsing
ing frbm the action of the Russian Baltlfleet
fleet in firing on English fishing vowels Intho
the North Sea The action of AdmlrDewey
Dewey will be discussed ofte
Dwey wl dcl at a meeting othe
the Cabinet to b held tomorrow aniunless
unless President Roosevelt Insists that thAdmiral
Admiral change h decision some otheAmerican
American naval officer will b chosen irhis
his steadThe
The request of the Russian Government
mont that the United States designatean
an American naval officer as a member 01the
the North S court was not made untltoday
today I was delivered personally Utho
the State Department by Count Casslnlthe
the Russian Ambassador The BrillsAmbassador
Ambassador Sir Mortimer Durand cnllocalso
also on Mr Hay and made the same requesin
in behalf of his own Government EaotAmbassador I
Ambassador said his Government deslrethat <
that a high ranking naval officer tdesignated >
designated and while neither offered anysuggeton
suggestion as to names the intention belnito
to leave the selection to the United Statesit
it WW made plain that if Admiral Dewewas
was chosen the nations Interested woulebe
be greatly pleased In theee circumstanceit
it was deemed by this Government to b
the correct thing t ask Admiral Deweito
to accept membership on the court I
is understood that Secretary of the NavjMorton
Morton put the request to the Admlraand
and received from him an informal deolination
nationAdmiral
Admiral Dewey gave only one reasoifor
for not wishing to serve Ho said thaas
as he would probably be the highest ranking
leg officer of the court which will consist 01a
a Russian an Englishman a Frenchmaian
an American and one other all naval officershe
he would become president of the tribunaland
and on him would fall the duty of decidinjall
all questions over which there would b
an even division among the other membersHis
His decisions ho explained would probably
ably be obnoxious In nearly every Instanceto
to one or the other of the parties interestedand
and he held that a tho United Stated Goverament <
ernment was on the beet of terms with botlEngland
England and Russia it should not permilItself
Itself to b placed In an embarrassing partition
tion with either through having one of iunaval
naval officers Mrve as president and umpire
pire of the tribunal Incidentally he saidthat
that the United States Government had nolbecome
become mixed up in tho North S affaliand
and he did not believe It should permit itsellto
t be drawn into itShould
Should President Roosevelt respect Admiral
mimI Dewoys desire not to serve a RealAdmiral
Admiral will b assigned Already a tentative
tative list of officers of that rank availablehas
b been made and it will be submitted tcthe
th President It contains the names olRear
Rear t Admirals James H Sands HenryGlass
Glass ren ohE Chadwlok charles ILDavis
Davis Albert S Barker and Charles DSlgsbecs
SlgsbecsAGAIX
AGAIN SEERS AT PRESIDEXTGov
Gov Varrtamant Comment on nooieveltiYltlt
Yltlt to Hi Iouli FairJACKSON
JACKSON Miss Nov 28o Vardamanreceived
received a telegram today from PreeldenlFrancis
Francis of the worlds fair stating thatPresident
President Roosevelt had visited and admired
mired the Mississippi Building and had expressed
pressed great satisfaction that Mississippihad
had participated To this Gov Vardamanreplied
repliedYour
Your courteous message informing mothat
that the President BOW and admired theMississippi
Mississippi Building and expressed gratification
cation at the States participation in thofair
fair has been received I thank you forthis
this information It IB of course gratifyingto
to the people of Mississippi to know thatthey
they have done one thing that the presentPresident
President of the United States approvesDoubtless
Doubtless the Presidents admiration of thoMississippi
Mississippi Building is due to his admiration
tion of Jefferson Davis of whose lost homeit
it 1 a replicaThe
The Governor then congratulated MrFrands
Francis on the success of the fairThe
Frcs Jackson newspapers condemn thespirit
spirit of the Governors reply in plainlanguage
language The Clarion Ledger one of themost
most conservative papers In the Stateedited
edited by W warm friend and supporteras
as Gov Vardaman ever had saysiGov
Gov Vardamans reply to PresidentFrancis
Francis of tho St Louis exposition Is notcourteous
courteous and furthermore It wasuncalled
coures
uncalled for a even his warmest personaland
and political friends will admitTho
plial frend 111 admtTo
Tho time and the occasion were not ripefor
for the display of hatred and contemptfor
for the President of the United 8tatMr < >
Mr Francis supposed no doubt that howas
was doing the people of the Stele of Misilssippl
ilssippl a kindness in advising them throughtheir
their Chief Executive of the complimentspaid
paid their State building and their exhibitRt
Rt the great StLouls fair by tho Chief Executive
tive of tho nation but if he had Imaginedthe
the possibility of such a caustic reply asho
he got in acknowledgment of hU courteousmessage
kayo declinedlo
message he would certainly hlo declne
to perform that courtesyUov
Uov Vardaman has made tho mistakeDf
of mixing politics sectional feeling andpersonal
personal dislikes with State national andliusinem
business affairs when he make a sarcasticreply
reply that will bo quoted from Maine toCalifornia
California from New Orleans to Knlamauoo
roe to the Injury and the discredit of thegreat
great State of Mlslsslppi Coy Vardanan
geat much In love with Mr Rooserelt
nan i just as muc wih UOOnit
U tho ClarionLtdgtr
nit and what he represents a ClrnLeg
it cannot permit this breach
Leg but cnot thi brchot
f public etiquette to pass unnoticed TheGovernor
Governor of Mississippi tins made a blunder
derBOLE
BOLE IN SUBWAY CAR WINDOWenter
lauelgers Peppered With Glait Chunkof
of Cement Probable CautePassengers
Passengers riding in tho Broadway exress
press in tho subway which left the Citylall
FlaIl loop at 810 oclock lost night receivedscare
a scare while the train was speeding t
ourtoenth street station SomewhereBetween
Between Canal and Spring streets themras
ras a loud report followed by a crash oflast
wa
last Two large holes were bored throughhe
the panes of tho vostilating windows ofjne
ono p cars and the debris struck MVral
erl of the occupants of the opposite pealsSeveral
Several woman screamed and made aush
rush for the doors of the car hut the guardsoon
soon reassured them The motorman ofhe
lon said he believed that n stray piece
of cement from the side of the tunnel heame
ame loosened and struck the windowie
Cme 10nN was the second time sucha
le accident bad happened 0
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SON FOUND MOTHBR MURDEREPOLICE
POLICE OV TRACK OF LAD IIHiVISITED
VISITED MRS KEELERLittle
Little Boy Sent Up Fire Escape to Loekr
Flat Hunt Screaming From CorpWith
With Skull Crnihed Jewelry am
Savior Stolen Several Clues LefMrs
Mrs Mary Keeler the wife of an employee
ployee of the Simpson and Crawford Coldepartment
department store was found by her twelveyearold
yearold son yesterday afternoon murdered
dered In the familys rooms on the thlrfloor >
floor of the flathousb at 82 East 115th streetThe
The woman was lying in a huddle on herb
bed her head horribly battered and covered
ered with blood when the boy found heiHe
He ran screaming Into the hallway wherMrs
Mrs Peter Munday the janitress who hoisent
sent him up the fire escape from her flaon
on the floor below was waiting She gathored
ored from the frightened childs Incoherentalk
talk that his mother had had a hemorrhagand
and she hurried across the street to get DiD
D Paul Waldman who lives at No 77The
The doctor ran over with his instrumenbag
bag Ho saw at a glance that the womawas
was dead and had been murdered Therwere
were two deep gashes a couple of Incbe
long over her left eye and the skull abovthem
them had been crushed In She was futydrld
dressed and herclothes were not dlsorderetEvidently
Evidently sho had been knocked eenseleby
by the first blowThere
There was no blood in the bedroorexcept
except where tho womans head had rostoion
on the b clothes She had a dish toweclutched
clutched tightly hi her right hand W Itbo
she had been struck down while at hehousework
housework In tho kitchen spatters olblood
blood showed that tho murderers worlhad
had been done there and a bloody toweshowed
showed where ho had wiped his handsIt
I looked as i Mrs Keeler had been attackedas
as she opened her kitchen door to her assailant
ant who had then carried the body into thifront
front bedroom where it was foundJames
James Keeler the womans husbandgooa
goes to his work In the delivery department
ment of the department store at 7 in themorning
morning and does not return until fl at night
The two children James aged 1 andMarie
Marie si are at school from 0 till noon andagain
again till 3 and in the interim Mrs Koeleiwas IWM
was usually alone in her rom
When tho children came home to lunchyesterday
yesterday they got no answer to tho belland
and went into Mrs Mundays rooms downstairs
stairs Mrs Munday told them theirmother
mother had probably gone shopping ancgave
gave them something to eat They wentiMtck
back to school Coming home again after 3their
their ringing and knocking were again unanswered
answered The janitress began to feelalarmed
alarmed and thinking that Mrs Keeleimight
might be ill took little Jimmie through herrooms
rooms to get in upstairs by way of thefire
fire escapeWhen
When Dr Waldman saw that murderhad
had been dono ho got Policeman ThomasNeteon
Nelson of the East 104th street stationNelson
Nelson sent Loran ambqlanco to the HarlemHospital
Hospital and Dr Dlmmock wbor
sponded gave it as his opinion that thowoman
woman had been dead for several hoursThe
The policeman discovered several thingsthat
that the doctor had overlooked Therewas
was a heavy Iron bolt under the tubs Intho
the kitchen It was blood stained and onthe
the head of it i 111ch was sharp pdgedthere
there were blood stains and bits of hairIt
It was an ugly weapon 18 inches Ions andthreaded
threaded like a bolt used in bridge construction
thlded lke blt N brdge cnstrcton
struction The wounds over the womanseye
eye were such as blows from the sliarpedged
edged rim of Its head might have madnNelson
Nelson also discovered that the kitchendoor
door was locked on the inside The murderer
derer had evidently gone out the parlordoor
door for it was locked and the key wasmissing
missingDetective
Detective Sergeant Harriet of tho PoliceHeadquarters
Headquarters staff learned from the janitress
tress that Mrs Heeler who was 1 goodlooking
looking woman 30 years old had beenoccasionally
occasionally visited by a young man about
20 years old Once when she was In theHeelers
Heelers rooms she said the young manliad
had come to the door Mrs Heeler toldher
her that ho had asked for something topat
pat and that she gave him a package offood
foodMm
rodMr Munday described the man as lightcomplezionod
complexioned and thin with unusuallybroad
broad shoulders Others In tho houseaid
said they had frequently Been the sameman
man hanging about the neighborhoodTho
husband at homewhen
Tho womans husbad was
when Coroner Ooldenkranr arrived Hetold
told the Coroner that all of his wlfea jewelry
elry which he valued at 1400 was missingand
and all his own savings amounting t
in cashLate
nearly 20 chLto
Late last night Capt Herlihy of theEast
East 104th street station announced thathe
he knew the man who had been calling attho
the Heeler rooms and expected to havehim
him in a few hour
He said he had threatened Mrs Keelerand
and that she had expressed fear of himROUXDIXd
ROUNDING VP FUGITIVESopt
ToP Kill Three of the Escaping Fillptnot
Fourteenfptclal
ptnot and Capture Foorternipelol
fptclal CObl DespairS to TUB SowMANIM
Mall Nov 28The troops puraultighe
the convicts who after killing throe ofheir
their guards seized a launch at Malahlstand
Island Laguna do Bay and escaped acrosshe
the lake to the hills have killed three ofhem
them and captured fourteen includinghe
he leader of the gang who is woundedn
In three places The constabulary havolocated
located nineteen others and are pressinghem
them closelyCROWDED
CROWDED CAR OVERTURNEDIne
One Killed and Sixteen Injured In TrolleyWreck
Wreck In St Ix > nltST
ST Louis Nov 280no person wasllled
llled and sixteen Injured three probablyutolly
utolly this morning when car No 2100 ofbo
the Bellefontaine division of the Unitedlollway
Railway Company ra away on a steeprode
grade having a sharp curve at the bottomnd
and was overturnedThe
The car was going east on Papln streethen
when the bro chain is said t have brokenandoring
rendering tho effort of the motor tcntrol
control the car futile The crest of Uieilll
illl is at Seventeenth street and for threelocks
blocks tho descent Is very Bleep Withvery
very revolution of the wheels the oarained
ever in momentum When it 8ro
tho curve the trucks crashed Into a pilef
of steel rails at the side of the street throwng
log the body of the car off the trucks andverturning
verturning It
The cor was packed with passengersnany Imny
many standing in the aisles and others onhe
mny
the platform Charles T Warriner wanlurled
Carlo
hurled head first against 1 steel rail andls
> ls wkull was crushed Fourteen men andwo
two women were injured many receivingjroken
broke limbst
Lasist apes hariu Uumlf Vta1Usr r
BANDITS DEMAND 9100000Attempt
Attempt to Extort Money From CanadlaPacific
Pacific and Canadian NorthernST
ST PAUI Minn Nov 28 Canadian Paciflo
ctfio and Canadian Northern circles ar
much disturbed according to a despatcfrom
from Winnipeg During the early days ofAugust
August bandits made a demand on thetwroads
roads for 100000 under threat to wrecltheir
their trains Three times later these demands
manda were made The railroads took dotectivee
tectivee froth St Paul to assist their owispecial
special secret service men but were unablto
to discover the bandits During the lattepart
part of August the following letterwas r
celved by the railroadsSeeing
Seeing you do not agree to our termsthis
this i a final warning to you and If signalare
are not displayed as we asked we will theinotify
notify the public and then to hell wltlyour
your roadOnSept
On Sept 1 the train conveying Lord Mintothe
the late GovernorGeneral of Canada amparty
party who were making their faroweltour
tour of tho Dominion wan wrecked atSintalutaw
Sintalutaw by running into an open swlteland
and colliding with I freight that was standIng
Ing on the siding waiting for it to go postFive
Five persons were killed outright ancmany
many others were InjuredOn
On Sept 1 the Canadian Pacific Railroad
road transcontinental train was held up bjtwo
two armed men at Mission Junction B Cand
and booty to tho extent of several thousanas
anas of dollars taken This was the firstrain
train held up in tho history of the Conadlan
adlan RailroadInnumerable
Innumerable attempts all of which havibeen
been withheld by the railway authoritieshave
have been made to wreck different trainsbut
but the watch has been so sharp that manof
of these have been frustrated For week
every bridge on tho western lines wawatche
watched by railway men who feared that ithy
they would bo blown upOCR
OCR FIShING BOATS SEIZEDMaine
Maine Fishermen Cauclit Nelnlng HerrlniIn
In Canadian Wat enEASTPOBT
EASTPOBT Me Nov 28Capt John HPratt
Pratt of the Canadian FI her Protectivecruiser
cruiser Curlew seized a dozen fishing boatsIncluding
Including two small steamers nnd twcauxiliary
auxiliary boats early Monday mornlnfin
in the Mngaguadavlo River below StGeorge
George N B Several of tho sailboatswere
were owned by Doer Island N B fishermen I
men The two steamer the Judge Mooreand
and the Quoddy are owned by Lubec Mesordino
sardine calmer and tho two auxtlllaryboats
boats valued at 4000 each are owned bya
a sardine syndicate In this cityThe
The seizures were made for seining inCanadian
Canadian waters and several sine weretaken
taken with the boats The American bat
which were loaded with herring were sentto
to Eostport to sell the fish and their ownerwere
were ordered to return with tho money tcCapt
Capt PrattCapt
Capt Pratt had arrived Sunday afternoon
noon in St Andrews Bay and watched thefleet
fleet of Nelners Ml up the mouth of theDominion
Dominion River where it ha been reportedthe
the schools of herring had struck Sundaylln3
lln3 rcovar ofdartocsrt early noxf morning
ing be started out Itt his launch and madeabout
about a dozen seizures many being caughtin
in the act of taking their seines on boardwith
with fish In plenty Several boatmenhowever
however escaped in the darknessWhile
Igoing
While Illegal reining has been reportedgoing
going on for some weeks past this is thefirst
first Important seizure this autumn andas
as the sardine season Is over Thursday it issupposed
supposed that the boatmen became morebold
bold thin week in order to make their lastbig
big catch of herring before lying up forthe
the winter The Curlew will tow the boatsto
to St Andrews where it Is probable theowners
owners will pay n fine of 100 each losingtheir
their seines but retaining their boatsTRAILIXa
TRAILING A HlSttADIlls
Ills First Spree In Seven Yearn and Hit WifeWorrying
Worrying at ThatA
A comely woman In good clothing lea
ing a little boy entered the Tenderloinnation
nation last evening and to Sergt Place shesaid
saicbPlease
Please mind my little boyShe
She made for the door leaving the childstanding
standing In front of the sergeants deskPlace
Place called her back and told her thelollce
police station was not 1 niirwryBut
But there is a reason for this she saidTell
Tell mo the reason said the sergeantTho
TIm woman began to weep Then sheild
Mid she wanted to leave her boy in thox
police station so that abe could go andmint
hunt for her husband who was on a spreerhls
This WW her husbands first offence shesaid
said in their seven yearn of married life nndthe
the ha met him on Broadway and askedilm
him to go home with her Ho had refused
to accompany her and went Into a hotelThe
The wife trolled him to tho betel raftioor
door and not wanting to take the boywith
with her thought she might leave theIoungHter
youngster at the police stationSergeant
Sergeant Place advised her to take herhe
Aerlelnt and await her Imbnndl retur
8he said she would follow his ndvipoYour
Your husband isnt SUCh a bad mannadam
madam said the sergeant if this la thoIrst
first spree in seven yearsJLLED
KILLED TWO t1 ESC 1 PEPKentucky
Kentucky Sheriff However Hot on Trailof
of Matt Earle Feud FighterCORDIN
CORDIN Ky Nov 28Matt Earle twoif
of his younger brothers and Jim Hlnnemnd
and James Conway are surrounded in thisounty
ounty tonight by Sheriff Ellison and atowe
poN
Earle is the head of tho Earle faction ofho
ho CurdEorlo feud and last night shotind
ind killed William Earle his own cousinind
and Arthur Adams a deputy sheriff whorant
rant to arrest him pn the charge of comillcity
illcity In the murder of James and Williamlurd
lurd here three weeks ago The Curdsfere
were shot from ambuah and Will Earlenforroed
nforroed the officers that Matt Earle hadhand
a hand In the aasaeslnatlonThey
They found Matt Enrle at his home andiroke
Tey
iroke open the door When they did 1
Arle who was armed with two revolverhot
hot them both dead Ho then escapednto
ate the hills and summoned the otheraemben
aemben of his faction Tho officers sayhey
hey will take him dead or aliveell
the fed springs from the WhiteShotwell
well feud In sprngs the Shotwell blew upthe
the home of the Wmirhlch with dynamite forwhloh
hlch deed John Shotwell is now serene
Inga HIV wittMc i > tho penitentiaryt
It took a rii ijny of the State militia tomell
I
mell thu riot occasioned by the WhlteIbotwell
Ibotwell troubleCopt
CoP Who Took Turkryt DltmliiedNEWARK
NEWARK H J Nov 28 PatrolmenVilllam
Villlam F Steele 1 nvs M Jackson andrhomaa
rhomaa F Flnnerty w ire dismissed fromhe
he Nowaiu Police Dcr > rtment last nightit
at a epeciiJ meeting of the Police Commisloners
loners They wi < t irgod with havingriolated
riolated tho crlounn tws of the Ktatemd I
md with c uC i > > Doming I memberif
of the dei rtnifit I trntering early onhe
the morale o I > o C the butcher shop
ot Henry 1 i KlrCIL r and stealing threebc
t U tJt I
PRESIDENTS HOMEWARD TRIPlU1ES
MAKES PLEASANT SPEECHES ASEVERAL TSEJBRAIJ
SEVERAL nitlEF STOPSDeeply
Deeply Appreciatethe netponilblllty PnUpon
Upon Him by the Vote of Nov iSaiMissouri
Missouri II All night Two CurlouiWomen
Women Are Headed Off HorneTodarPrrrsBcno
PrrrsBcno Nov 28Tho special traitbearing
bearing President Roosevelt and the memborn
born of his party on their return from StLouis
Louis arrived in PitUburg at 830 this evenIng
big and after L step of 10 minutes continueon
on its way to Washington which will b
reached at 7 oclock tomorrow morningThe
The Presidents train left St Louis atmidnight
midnight The night watt extremely coldand
and this circumstance coupled with thefact
fact that tho train started from within thifair
fair grounds which are closed to the publlion
on Sunday prevented any popular demonBtration
Btration in the President honorAs
As the time approached for tho Presidentto
to leave there was no relaxation of the extraordinary
traordinary measures that had been takerto
to insure his safety The persons directresponsible
responsible for these arrangement had beeiunder
under a severe strain for two days In viewof
of tho enormous crowds in St Louis nnitho
the persistent efforts of curiosity seekenand
and cranks to get near to Mr RooseveltAs
the Francis house awoman
As ho was leaving Frncill hou
woman insisted on seeing tho Presidentand
and she became no violent that she had to
be locked up She WW Maria HerudlMilwaukee aMiwauke
Milwaukee art who is well known Irher
her native city Another woman who wwin
in the fair grounds because of her connection
nection with an animal show in one of theconcessions
concessions approached tho train leadinga
a long horned bull and won much disappointed
pointed when the officers refused to allowher
her to see Mr RooseveltTho
The train reached Indianapolis at 7 oclockand
and Richmond Ind at 040Two
Two or three hundred people were waitIng
Ing Jho train at Richmond Among themwore
Jho
were Civil Service Commissioner Foulkeand
and his wife and daughterWhen
When the President passed throughRichmond
Richmond Friday evening on his way toSt
St Louis he recalled that thin was the homeof
of Mr Foulke and he called out I myfriend
friend Dudley W Foulke here Ho wasnot
not there but soon came down to the tai
and was invited to take a ride dow
line to the first station In order that thePresident
President might have an opportunity totalk
talk with him Addressing the crowdgathered
gathered around his car at Richmond MrRoosevelt
Roosevelt sdI
I am very glad to see you I knewRichmond
Richmond of old I have always thoughthighly
but the lost throeweeks
highly of Indiana during 1lt troewekl
weeks I have had cause to think even morehighly
highly of itSome
Some one in tho crowd called out Howabout
about MissouriI 0i
I tell you Missouri i surely all rightcontinued
continued the President Gentlemen Iwont
wont you to feel that I very deeply appreciate
ciate the responsibility put upon roe bysuch
such a vote on Nov 8 three weeks agoand
and so far as in me lies I will with helpand
and with the help of those who representyou
you do all I can to justify your confidenceThere
There Were cheers and applause andseveral
several men shouted We believe youIt
I was not a large crowd and everybodywas
was shivering witlrthe Intense cold butthcro
there was n lot of enthusiasm Tho trainstopped
stopped for only five minutes and thenproceeded
proceeded toward Columbus where Itarrived
arrived at 130 oclock The Presidentmade
made no speech at Columbus but ho cameout
out on the platform of his car and liftedhis
his hat and bowed to a small crowd on thestation
station platformAt
At Dennison Ohio which WW reachednt
at about 430 and where a raccoon waspresented
presented to the President much againsthis
his will on the trip to St Louis there wasa
a large crowd including a number of children
dren Tho President BaidI
1 want to tell you all good evening andto
to ray how pleased I a to see you againand
and to tell you that the coon is getting alongwell
well He feeds on everything and shows
i little Inclination to feed on every mantoo
too The fair was a most beautiful andwonderful
wonderful scene and I am very glad I wentI
I WW glad to seo the fair but I a stillBladder
gladder to see all of you here the people
ot these States and Missouri I wish yougood
good night and good luck especially tholittle
little folksMissouri
ltte
Missouri is sure all right the Presidentsold
sold at PitUburg placing a little stressind
and drawl on the word sure It was aieat
neat compliment to the South in generalind
and to Missouri In particular The replyftas
ftas called forth by n old son of M our
who last Friday morning Interrupted theInwidcnt
Inwidcnt In order to ask how about Mislouri
Ho hand tonight again andnsisted
louri was on tonigh agan ad1rlstd
InsIsted on a answerULITZERS
ULITZERS COSTLY HVTIOy
Pays 8KOO Store for Violating the flameLaw
Law of MontanaHEIFNA
hELENA Mon Nov 2 The case oflalph
Ralph Pulitzer of New York son of JosephPulitzer
Pulitzer was called up in tho District Cur
oday and I plea of guilty was enteredly
by the defendants attorney to the chargeif
of killing a mountain sheepA
A fine of 16 wan imposed and It wasiromptly
This makes 1000 Pulitzer
iromptly paid make PuitzrhI
hI paid In this State recently for violatinghe
the game laws of MontanatLACKHAXD
DICK HAND TERRORIZES TOWNaIal
Fat1 Sheeting Follow BlackmatllncThreati
Thresh In Carbondale PaScBANTONPa
ScBANTONPa Nov z8Tho Black Handlociety
organization of Italian banditsias
Society an organizaton Itali bndlteha
las for several weeks been terrorizinghe
he Italian colony on Dundaff Itt inhe
the city of Carbondale this county Theoclety
oclety has assessed certain sums againstrosperous
rosperous Italians which the noticeshey
hey send say must bo paid under penaltyif
of deathToday
Today was pay day at the Carbondalelines
mino and the usual notices to pay wereecolvod
ecolvod by many 1 1n An Italianffloor
ffloor Joseph Cooper has been assignedo
to the case by the Carbondalo police andhe
he saw one dupe hand over his cash to anan
nan who was threatening him Cooperrith
with Die aid of several Italians arrested
tho tondale blackmailer lockup and took him to the Cortondale
While Coopers friends were returningit
at 1 oclock tonight from tho jail to thetallan
tallan colony they were fired upon froma iL
a dark alley Tony Taltarerioo was Intently
tently killed and Frank Ferried wasoundod
oundod and IK dying at Emergency HOAItal
Ital Police Officer Fred Ruddy arrivedn
on tho scene in time to arrest one m
Tho city is wildly exclWJR1yYf TIKWKTH
IKWKTH runt WINE I IIRAPB JtICEUnequalled
Unequalled for the wrk and ovcnworted
U T Devey OM OBus oerwe +
p = w
SHOT AT JVVOE IN COURTPreacher
Preacher flecks Revenge Became Bit WitHad
Had Secured a DivorceSAN
la Sturr
SAN FBANOTBOO Nov 28Isaac Selbuntil
until recently a preacher in Australltwalked
woke up to the rail in Superior JudgHebbards
Hebbards court room today pled Irevolver
revolver and before any one could gra1him
him fired a shot directly at the Judgewho
who wasnt thirty feet awayThe
The bailiff and court officers appearsto
t b paralyzed and the Judge himself watho
the first to arise and disarm the mnSlbY
Selbys bullet passed Into the chair not menthan
than an inch from the Judges left earSelbys
Selbys wife had secured a divorce fronhim
him in Judge Hebbarda court last Januarand
and ever since then the man had hauntecthe
the court attempting to get a bearingHe
He stated today after the shooting thaHebbard
Hebbard was in tho Spay of Jesuits whcwere
were persecuting himFVLTOX
FULTON ST STATION OPEN lAN1
Thli mil Reduce the Congestion of E
press TraIns at the BridieAnnouncement
Announcement was made yesterday thaithe
the Fulton street station of the subwawill
will b opened for traffic not later thaiJan
Jan 1 The opening of this new twctloiof
of tho subway between the Brooklyn Bridgistation
station and Fulton street will tend to diaway
away with tho congestion in the expresiservice
service during rush hours at the BrooklyiBridge
Bridge station by providing addltlonaswitching
switching facilitiesTho
Tho stretch of track from the Bridgistation
which Is usedfor
station to Ann street now udtor
for switching is not long enough to acoommodte
oommodate two eight car trains Opening
ing the section from Ann to Fulton streewill
will remove this restrictionIt
I was reported yesterday that somichanges
changes are to bo made in the staff of thirailroad
railroad VioePreeldent G P Bryardenied
denied the rumors to this effectADDED
ADDED ROnnERY TO MVRDERBankt
Dank Cash Found In Yard of Man WheKilled
Killed Hit Family of FourAUBURN
AUBURN Cal Nov 28Young AdolplWeber
Weber who has been held for trial forkilling
killing his father mother sister and brotheris
is now held on the additional charge ofrobbIng
robbing the Placer County Bank at Auburrof
of 13 All the missing coin except
250 was found in the stable yard of theWoberhomewhoreitwasevldently
Woberhomo whore It was evidently secretedby
by AdolphTho
Tho young man will probably be triedfirst
first on the robbery charge Ho was SUIpeote
peeled of the robbery soon after his arreslfor
for murder Weber is the most remarkablecriminal
criminal California courts have had to dealwith
with in years Ho has never lost his nervefor
for a single momentSIELDA
SIELDA WOULDNT SING rnad
Had a Convenient Cold When She FOODPoor
Poor Advance Sale In PlttiburcPITTSBDBO
PITTSBDBO Nov 28Mine Molba didnot
tonight It wasannourwed
not n In Pittoburg tngbt I
announced that her concert would be potpon
poned Indefinitely buthundreda of personwho
who had paid money for seats were angryThe
The singer on reaching PitUburg thismorning
morning was disappointed in the advancesale
momg avanoMIa
MIa and it was at once announced that shewould Iwould
would not sing Her manager said shehad
had a cold but this baa been worked sooften
often in Plttsburg by disgruntled starsthat
that it got little credence Those herewho
who put up money to advertise Melba willprobably
probably sue for damagesCOMPLIMENT
COMPLIMENT TO CVItAItooseveltt
Itooseveltt Comment at St Load rppreelated
elated In HavanaSprctal
Sprctal Catilt Dnptteh to Tnt ScieHAVANA
HAVANA Nov 28 President Francis ofthe
the Louisiana Purchase Exposition todaycabled
cabled to President Palma that PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt and a committee visited theCuban
Cuban pavilion and that President Roosevelt
velt expressed groat admiration and appreciation
elation of Cubas participation in thoox
ox positionPresident
President Palma replied Your messageIs
Is very gratifying to the Cuban peoplewho
who appreciate as a great honor the visitof
of President Roosevelt t the Cuban pavilionand
and consider this now evidence of the sympathy
pathy and interest always taken by MmIn
In CubaWILL
WILL FIGHT TARIFF REVISIOenator
Senator Halo Sayt He Will Do EverythlncIn
to Defeat ItWASHINGTON
In Hit Power Dleat IWSUINOTN
WASHINGTON Nov 28 Senator Haleof
of Maine in a statement tonight said thatho
ho would do everything in hU power duringtho
tho Fiftyninth Congress to defeat tar
revision Mr Hale said ho believed thereIs
Is little real sentiment in favor of changingthe
lte r
the Dingley schedules and when analyzedthe
the movement for revision might 0 tracedto
to Democratic sourcesIt
I would Ixs dangerous policy for u toattempt
attempt revision at this time he said thisovenlng
evening The fact is them Is no real demand
mand for It I think that If th recent elections
ton indicated anything they told u that
th people were satisfied with existing conditions
ditions and that no revision at this tlmowas
was desired What warrant anybody canhave
have for assuming differently In more thancan
1 can understand I believe the country 1
satisfied to allow present prosperous conditions
ditions to rest asthoy a I do not l > elievaihere
there will be revision during th FiftyninthCongress
Congress I shall certainly fight itrOMEX
rOMEX WOULDXT PAY FARESnlet
nlet They Got a Heat Win Fight FromPlttineldTraollonCompany
PlttineldTraollonCompanyPmflriELU
PmflriELU Mans Nov 28 Senator Wlurray
lurray Cranes women employees In thealton
Dalton paper mills have won their fightfalnst
the Plttsflcld Street Cornany
falnst I01d Strt Railway Cmpany
the ground of no seat no
pany on payFor
For a long time the early morning andvening
vening cars to and from the mills have boono
eo crowded that many women were forcedo
to stand in the aisles Their complaintsemilted
emilted In no remedy and the womeneld
held a meeting and agreed not to pay tar
mIss seats were provided The spectaclef
of twenty or thirty women at a time standIng
Ing in the crowded cars refusing to
ng croced CI rfu payarcs
fat was a matter ef daily note until yenerday
erday when the traction company agreedo
to furnish an extra car night and morningor
tor the employees of tho millsZero
Zero Weather Up the StateCORNING
CORNING N Y Nov 28The coldestoather
weather of tho season was experienced herohlit
thl morning It was 2 degrees above zeroicre
here momg Undley seven mUM south ofiert
tore 8 degrees below zero There U fin
deigklng In the hills f mile south or herDHro
Deerfoot Farm CausigriThere
There U nothlnt more anrxtlilnc and dellibttulor
ror 4 winter1 brttkUil Tryv 1 a Jpound packageJ
J 1 J
WRECKING GANG DID HIM DPOBJECTS iOBJECS
IEllS
OBJECTS TO JERSEY IRON WORKERS
ERS SOUOVRS WEEKWalklnK IWalking
Walking Delegate Had Been Twice toRemonstrate IRemonstrate
Remonstrate Up In The Bronx andYetterday
Yesterday the Gang Came and SenCarpenter
a Carpenter to Hospital Badly Hu jTho
The Camden Iron and Steel Construction 4Company
Company of New Jersey which is buildinga
a Ron tank at Avenue A and Seventh streetin Iin
in The Bronx for The Bronx a and Ele
trio Company brought over twentyfiv
iron workers from Camden and put themon
on the job These men worked fifty houraa
I week in accordance with the rule of theirunion
unionSeveral JSverl
Several days ago a walking delegate froma
a local ironworkers union showed up attho I
the tank and ordered th CnmdpnltAa t
knock 01 work telling them that no selfrespecting
respecting ironworker would labor m r
than fortyeight hours a week and thatthis Ith8
this was the rule of Manhattan unionsThomas
Thomas Glffons foreman ordered thadelegate
delegate out of the gas companys yardsYesterday
Yesterday morning the walking delegategot jgot
got the same reception with the informationvolunteered I Ieolunteered
volunteered that the next time ho wouldntbe
be ordered out but would go out just thasame
sameLast
8meLst evening shortly before time to quitwork
work a gang of men who wero strangersin
in the neighborhood got off trolley caroand
and loafed about More and more cameuntil
until there were about fifty About Soclock
oclock William Derrick a carpenter cameout
out of the yards and they made a rush forhim
yars tey Icuh
him They attacked him with fiats andclubs
clubs and laid him out unconscious on thoground
ground Then they jumped on cars andgot
got away before Policeman Jordan whohad
had been summoned could get to the yardsDerrick
Derrick who lives in Avenue C betweenThirteenth
Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets Manhatton 1
batten w taken to Fordham HospitalIn
In a serious condition suffering from innumerable
numerable bruisesCapt
Capt Burfeind of tho West Chesterpolice
police station called out thp reserves andsearched
searched the neighborhood but his squadcould
could find nobody who had been implicatedin
in the attack on Derrick Burfeind assigned isigned
signed Detectives Dillon and Rappolt tothe
the case Officials of the constructioncompany
company told him they would give him nilthe
the assistance in their power in runningdown 1down
down the men who laid out Derrick Theysay
say and tho employees say also that ibwas Iwall
was a wrecking gang of men from a Manhattan ihattan
hattan ironworkers union to whom thorepulsed Irepulsed
repulsed walking delegate reportedSPEAKER
SPEAKER CANNON STANDS PATBayt
Says UIR Position on the Tariff QaettloaHat
Hat Not ChancedWAsniNOTON
WAsniNOTON Nov 28 Speaker Cannonarrived
arrived in Washington today Ho willhave
have an Important conference about tariffreadjustment
readjustment within the next day or twowith <
with President Roosevelt who h Indlcatod
catod that ho would reach no oonafastefconcerning j
concerning the tariff question and the matter
ter of calling a extra session until he hailtalked 0 N
talked those things over with the SpeakerMr
Mr Cannon did not care to say muchtonight
tonight Ho has been a pronounced standpatter
patter on the tariff and when he wasasked
pttr
asked what his views were about revisionbe t
be responded briefly that ho did not wantto
t talk on the subject until later but everybody f
body knew what his position was and ithad
had not change
The extra session question ho said wasfor f jfor
for the President to decide and ho did notwant
want to talk about that either Mr CannonIndicated aIndicated
Indicated by another remark howeverthat
that he was opposed to revision Ho saidlhat
that the result of the election showed thatthe
the people were satisfied with presentconditions j Iconditions Ioondllor
conditionsThe IThe
The fact is added the speaker I dontivant
want to tail In a very brief tlmo thoPntident
Pntident will mae his annual talk toCongress iCnlls
Congress He will then have his say aboutnoet
mOt things I dont want to rush up anddiscuss
discuss extra session nnd a lot of othernatters
nattersWhen
When Mr Cannon was asked If Con
would lx economical this winter he lad t
Congress is always economical Thoeceipta
receipts and expenditures will soon daW Iwar
war together and the public service wontmffer I
mfferC
I C FRICK TO BANKS RESCUEfake m
Ilake < ulck Tip In an Auto and StopsHun iRn
Hun on Wootter Ohio BankPlTTsnUHQ
PlTTsnUHQ Nov 2Tho quick thoughtif
or I C Frick his fast auto and his unlimitedash
Clh together with his willingness to gout
Olt of his way to help old friends comlned
hlne to save the Wayne County Bank otiVooster 1Woster
iVooster Ohio last Friday and SaturdayFrlck
Frick II a small stockholder In the Waynebounty
bounty Bank but several of his friendsmd thad
md all their money Invested there Whenmother
mother Wooster bank went down lastrock
rock Prick asked his friends I anythingroa
was needed to help in case of a runWhnt
Whnt reply was made Friday morning
II not known but Pricks auto made a quickrip
rip there reaching tho Ohio town in theflernoon
flernoon Ho found that a run w
lireatcnlng his bank and announced thatie
tthe
thrtcnlnl announc
he would lift every cent of the banks paperquick <
a quick as It was presented He liftednuoh
much and restored confidence Next day
IB stood in the bonk ready to stop eny
runUIERSALIST 4 liJNIERSALIST
tXlVERSALIST CLUtt STARTS VPIrong
Htrl on a Tnt Producing Ditty t
Introduce a Large subjectThe
The Now York Univeraalist Club comosed
pose of men mostly ministers who be
eve that things are true becausetheyaronlversal
nlversal opened the meeting after itsnnual
nnual dinner at the St Denis Hotel lastIght
with the universal thirstproducing
Ight wth unorl tirtprducIngsng
ung Under tho AnheuserBusch Onlyho
tho ministers from Hoboken were able total jall
tal In right at the start off but the other
led by Col Brown whoso Identity trmnl
nl other Col Browns wan revealed onlytho
In tho announcement that he rnado nolayer
rofession or being a prflonal baoplayerlo
layer camo In good and strung on ter
dr all the rest of the way througBolton
Bolton Hall a lawyer was the principalnd
pakcr lila ubjet WM merely Manand
and the Earth but thl according to tbonnouncvment
nnouncvment cards had been tho studyf
of Mr Uolls lifi > from both the practicalnd
and tho theoretical viewpoint M Hallalked
alked a long time chiefly about davllghe
Tho single tax theory in tho devil poisonrhlch
which he would spread on Gods fresharth
arth W I ho had hb way about itPAST
FAST TRAIN TO CLEVELANDU
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4 M 1 M dally Arrive Cleveland 7ih A 1 matornlnc
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or NMhur N n recommend and Indone Fate
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