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TO KEEP WARSHIP NEAR CUBAHOOSElELT
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rOll EIIEROEXCY ACTIOXnuhlncton
nuhlncton Official Shy at Talk of Interenllon
enllon but May Anirrteflwill Interestsntll
I will IK ProtPCtedCrnlier DM MoinesiuI
Dill Cod Orders at Key West ToUWAsmxaTOM >
WAsmxaTOM Sept 11TH6 Cuban situstion
ation from the point of view of the StateDepartment
Department is dully growing more alarmIng
lug Officers of the Department who untila
a ttw lnyn ago had been declaring thatthe
the ralnia Administration was fully ablet
hand the uprising now admit that theoutlook
t < >
outlook in cerioiwThf
Thf cruiser Den Moines has gone southfrom
t from Norfolk and it Is not denied by theHate
Hate IV > arttnent that the action in Bendingthe
the vrs l to a point near Havana was13
prompted by request from agents andcitizen
citizen < of the United States in the Cubancapital
capital The Dei Moines is due to arriveitt
itt Key West tomorrow and while thereihe
ihe will receive order for her furthermovement
movement Whether she will be orderedto
to proiwl to Havana la something whichdfpind
I IlI dfpind entirely upon future events inCuba
CubaThe
The President wa in telegraphic communication
munication with the State DepartmentthU
this afternoon regarding the Cuban situation
I tion Afterward Acting Secretary BaconI
I of the State Department and Rear Admiralbnvvoe
bnvvoe who in the absence of SecretaryBonaparte
Bonaparte i in charge of the Navy Department
thelcefury
ment had a consultation regarding
lcefury hteps to be taken to protectAmerican
American interests in Cuba if there shouldlie
lie an urgent demand for such a courseIn
In making thee preparations the twoDepartments
Departments are carrying out the Instructions
tions of the PresidentOreat
Oreat secrecy la being maintained byloth
loth Department as to the plans Themost
most that official will say is that the President
dent is being kept fully advised and thatit
it is not the intention to crow any bridgesuntil
until they are encountered but at theMune
tame time it Iii stated that American interc
rels will be protected Pending furtherdevelopment
development it is the plan to be preparedto
to meet any emergency which may ariseComplaints
Complaints are daily coming into theDepartment
Department of raids chiefly by insurgentsupon
upon plantations owned by Americansand
and while in most cases these raids havenot
not resulted in serious damage or Ions toproperty
property the reports indicate that plantation
tion owners and others are alarmed andare
are anxiously pleading with this Government
ment to take steps to protect their interest
teredcState
State Department officials carefullyavoid
avoid all suggestions respecting the intervention
vention of the United States in Cuba andonlr
Dilly declare that this Government hasnot
not decided upon any definite course butU
U awaiting development In the hope thatconditions
conditions will noon adjust themselvessatisfactorily
satisfactorilyEdwn
Edwin V Morgan the United StateMutfetdr
Mutfetdr to Cuba is absent from Havanaon
on KB annual vacation When last beardfrom
from by the State Department ten dayor
or more ago be was in Europe and did notMpectio
p pMt to return to Cuba before October 1American
S American affairs in the Cuban capital arenow
now in the hands of Jacob Sleeper theI
hired State Charg who is a capableofficial
official and is keeping the Department adTised
Tised dailynniv
nniv LIIIERALS ix HIDIXGPteklni
Pteklni in Avoid ArrrU by the overnnirnt
nirnt Home Fightingaprcm
aprcm CaMe DttpateH to THI SOWHA
HA VAX ASept It Thirteen alleged memkr
kr of the revolutionary junta are nowunder
under arrest including Dr Mencia a personal
sonal friend of Jowd Miguel GomezSenator
Senator Zayas the chief of the Liberalfajty
fajty hall not been captured El Jlvndomys
mys he has joined the rebels AlfonsoIxipei
Ixipei Senator Zayoss clerk wan arrestedbut
but said he did not know where Zayaswan
wan
All the prominent Liberals are in hidingSecret
Secret orders have been issued for the arrestof
of twentytwo of themThe
The decision to declare martial law andarrest
arrest Liberal leaders was reached lateyesterday
yesterday afternoon when President Palmasummoned
summoned his Cabinet to consider thosituation
situation after the veterans had been notified
fled Secretary Montalvo that the Qovernment
meet Yo ould not accept their terms of peaceAt
At the meeting of the Cabinet SecretaryMontalvo
Montalvo proposed a suspension of the Constitution
stitution and the declaration of martial lawThU
ThU had been hit plan since the war beganbut
but it was always opposed by Secretary ofSate
Sate and Justice OFarriU OFarrill etillopposed
opposed it saying that the measure wouldnot
not result in the Government favor Atot
tot debate ensuedOFarrill
OFarrill is looked upon in the Cabinet asbeing
being lens friendly to President Palmathan
than Dr OKarriU the noted Liberal whoW6
W6 arrested yesterday as a member ofthe
the Havana Junta and who Is a relative ofSecretary
Secretary OFarrill In the debate Secretary
tary Montalvo said that the tolerance ofthe
the Government in allowing conspiratorsto
to remain in Havana protected by theirimmunity
immunity as Senator and Representativespromoted
promoted the revolution He said qreepjble amresponsible
responsible for the situation being Incharga
charge of the war Tomorrow If wefail
fail the Secretary of State will be the firstto
to makn charge against me I want myown
own wayGabriel
Gabriel Casuso Secretary of Agriculturead
and Secretary of Education Lamar backedMontalvo
Montalvo and OFarrill was left aloneSecretary
Secretary of Finance Font was not presentthe
at the meeting but it was known that heWed
Wed with MontalroImmediately
Immediately orderswere issued to theNice
police to arrest the conspirator and thedecree
decree announcing tRe declaration ofnwrtial
martial law Ac was sent to the printingoffice
officeOne
One of the reason given by the Government
ernment for its action wa the discoveryof
of a conspiracy to throw Havana into att
Hats of anarchy the conspirators havingPlanned
Planned to kill the horses of all the firenginw
engines and then to set fire to several placewth
III the city and at the same time to attackthe
the palace and loot the cityM
M story of the fire plot is con rmedJ
° y Jerez Varona chief of the secret policeshortly
shortly after last night decree wu tawedro
ordPlI were given that all the Governmentrce
° rce < in the province of Havana shouldlt
attack the rebels and clear them out of theoutskirts
outskirts of the city The consequenceM
M that lively skirmishes were going on allW
nlcbt and volley firing could be heard in
W > suburb
Tomorrow a censorship will be Itiby
I
y
llshed which probably will Include supervision
vision of cable despatchesOen
Oen Menocal conferred today withbankera
banker merchant and other businessmen
men asking them to help the veteransassociation
association to establish peace Should heucceed
succeed a commission representing thebusiness
business classes will nee president Palmaand
and the rebel leaden and endeavor to brinKabouta
abouta compromise It is unlikely however
ever that the business men who are mostly
Spaniards will assume any such decidedattitude
attitudeThe
The wires have been repaired as faras
as Puerta de Golpe Pinar del Rio Thetroops
troop with the second military train arerepairing
repairing the railroad and are now at SantaClara
Clara bridge between Herradura and ConBolaclon
Bolaclon del Sur which was blown up by
the insurgentsA
A despatch from Puerto de Golpe saysthat
that a man from Pinar del Rio baa arrivedthere
there He had great difficulty in crossing
the rebel lines He says the city Is in greatdistress
distress from scarcity of provisions owing
to the interruption of the train serviceThe
The commissioners from the rebels inSanta
Santa Clara province have just arrivedhere
here for the purpose of conducting peacenegotiations
negotiations They were much surprisedto
to learn that martini law had been declaredIt
It is reported from Santa Clara provincethat
that Gen Esquerra has joined the rebelsand
and that they have given him commandon
on the condition that he attack the city ofCienfuegoo
CienfuegooFighting
Fighting lain progress around CienfuegoaThe
The city is well prepared for defence andit
it ia unlikely that the rebels could organizea
a successful attack upon itThe
The seaport of Mariel province of Pinardel
del Wo has been sacked by a band of insurgents
surgents In the provinces of Pinar delRio
Rio and Santa Clara the insurgents arecommitting
committing outrages upon women andlooting
looting the small townA
A despatch from Cienfuegoa to la Luchasay
say that BrigGen Create Ferrara witha
a large band of rebels entered the townof
of Cruces yesterday and seized 0000 thatwas
was in the town councils safe The ameband
band captured a Government train and obtained
tained 40000It
It is declared that the reports of thearmored
armored train engagement were hugelyexaggerated
exaggerated It was fought at such longrange
range that there were only eight bulletmarks
marks on the train The only real fightoccurred
occurred within the town of Consolaclonwhere
where Col Avalos met Gen Guerras rebelforce
force which retired after a long rangeengagement
engagement which lasted an hour and ahalf
halfThe
The Government with the view to Impress
press its adherents in the city todayparaded
paraded a thousand volunteers policecavalry
cavalry and infantry of the rural guardsin
in front of the palace and through the cityEven
Even the ruralea were armed with carbineof
of various patternsMany
Many vet have joined the revolutionIn
In some quarter intervention ii believedto
to be the only salvation for the islandThe
The Havana editors were summoned bySecretary
Secretary Montalvo to a conference todayWhen
When they arrived they were received bylite
his secretary They said they had nothingto
to propose and must await the Governments
prop awat
ments orders All will act independentlypending
pending the censonhipCUBAX
CUBAX X4ll IXCREASEBrPurchase
Purchase of the Yacht Anita AuthorizedConference
Conference ofRival LeadersThe
The mot important bit of news that therepresentatives
representatives of the Cuban Governmenthad
h to give out yesterday was that theGovernment
Government had authorized th purchaseof
of the steam yaoht Anita of Philadelphiawhich
which is to be used as a coast patrol Tb
Anita according to the yacht register isowned
owned by George B Wilson She ia 187feet
feet over all and registers 232 ton
let regiter 2S tn grossSenator
Senator Carlo Font y Sterling who halbn
been spending several months vacationhere
here was requested by cable yesterdayneeded
to return to CUb He i a strong supporter
porter of the Government and I prbblynee
needed at the proposed extra session of theCuban
nee Congress He leaves New Yorktoday
today ship for Florida where b will takeship
Yesterday the Cuban Consul memberof
of the Cuban junta Paul Fuller of CoudertBros
Bros Lorenzo Semple and Capt Cookheld
held a meeting for the purpose of aglnJla
plan for arbitration of the dispute betweenthe
the Government and the revolutionistsbut
but no decision was arrived atMemhera
Member of the junta said that PresidentPalma
Palma decree ordering a suspension ofthe
the Constitution might interfere with allIt
plans of settlement or diotesI
I was said that th decree might havethe
b effect of causing veteran of tb lastrevolution
revolution to go over to the rebelsCol
Col Aguirre head of the junta declaredthat
that stories to the effect that the juntawan
wan recruiting here were all take Thojunta
junta he said was doing nothing to violatethe
the laws of neutrality which b declaredwould
would be observed to th letter He asserted
serted that ninetenths of the people havingcommercial
commercial interests in Cuba were in sympathy
pathy win the movement against theGovernment
GovernmentPresident
President Palma move in suspendingthe
the Constitution Col Aguirre said wasmade
made in order that member of the Congressout
out of sympathy with th Government maybe
venlCRUT be arrested before the extra cession conGREAT
GREAT FIGHT ON IN COLORADORenator
senator Patterson and floss Sperr ContestIng
Ing In Convention to Control DemocracyDKNVKB
DKNVKB Sept 11The Democratic St
convention met here today to begin thegreatest
greatest fight in the history o the partyin
in ColoradoSince
Since June United States Senator Patterson
eon b been working to dethrone MayorR
R W Speer of Denver the acknowledgedboss
boss of the city and State Democratiomachine
machine He h made substantial progress
mbC me
ress several large counties in conventiondeclaring
declaring against Speer and the Denverdelegation
delegation being dividedtlon
delegtio
There a numerous contesting delegatiowi
tlon and the committee o credentials Is
busy with these while the convention ia inrecess
recess awaiting the reportPatterson
awatg te
Pattern lit rep the nominationof
of former Governor Adams and Speerwants
wants any good Democrat except AdamsSpeer
Spoor is also making th fight of hja life tocontinue
continue In control of th partyJudge
Judge B B Lbidsey of Juvenile Courtfame
fame announced that he will run on anindependent
independent Democratic ticket if the cona
ventlon fails to nominate him and adopta
a platform dictated by himThe
The contest promise to split the partyand
and give the Republicans a walkover withPhilip
Philip B Stewart the President friendas
as to candidate for GovernorBOO
BOO Pound Herring loS I anitedLONO
Lone BRANCH Sept 11A herring hogweighing
weighing 000 pound and measuring tenfeet
feet from tip totlp was ijfcluded in todaypound
Gaskin Co It
pound catch of I requiredfour
four men to land the sea monster whichwas
was eipp New YorkREDICKO
REDICKO RAT COLORADOla
Via PennirlranU lutlrotd September I to 21 arrant
rant pikes Pesk CMitenoUf Celebration Onlri
152 M to Denvtr or Colorado Sprlift and rtturnroot
root Aw Xerk Consult tlckM 5sst4y
y
DICK WINS EASILY IN OHIOSENATORS
SENATORS ORGANIZATION PVfRVRTOX
RVRTOX FACTION TO 10VTI
Protege of Mark laMa Beele trd Cbalrmu Inlu
mu of Itate Committee SenatorWill
Will Be Indorsed Equally With ROMCveilForaker
veilForaker Nieces Kxmev IlerrlckDATTOX
DATTOX Ohio Sept 11 Senator CharlesDlok
Dlok tonight clinched his victory when howa
was reeleited chairman of th State executive
tire committee a position h h heldalmost
almost continuously for fourteen yeanby
by a 3 t 1 voteWalter
Walter Brown of Toledo was electedchairman
chairman of the State central committeeto
to succeed Orin B Gould warden of th
Ohio penitentiary who refused rlctonDlca
Dicks organization built up by the late Senator
ator Marcus Hannaand mimed by Ohiosjunior
junior Senator since Mr Hannan deathcrushed
crushed the recalcitrant faction led byCongressman
Congressman Theodore K Burton of Clve
land and Harry 1 Daugherty of Columbusindependent
independent Republican leaderDick
Dks triumph in the preliminary Ikir
mish of the Republican State conventioninsures
insures him and his
hi colleague SenatorForaker
Foraker an indorsement equally as strongas
as that to be accorded President RooseveltDicks
Dicks organization controlled the Statecentral
central committee having the support offourteen
fourteen of the twentyone districts and houndoubtedly
undoubtedly will rule the convention t
morrow as be wishesMuch
Much of Dicks success however is due tothe
the efforts of Senator Foraker whose following
lowing backed him solidly in every fightthis
this afterno IA
A movement was started tonight to urgeDick
Dick to rIg the State chairmanshipEven
Even his closest friends are pressing himto
to take this action claiming that while hisvictory
victory today vindicates him the welfareof
of the party demands that another manconduct
conduct the campaign It 1 believed thatDick
Dick will yield to these entreatiesForaker
Foraker was the hero of the conventionwhich
oonventonwhich
which opened at 4 oclock this afternoon inWelfare
Welfare Hal
Myron T Herrick of Cleveland who wasdefeated
defeated for reelection for Governor by thelate
late Coy John M Pattlson was temporarychairman
chairman of the convention and soundedthe
the campaign keynoteHe
He made a veiled attack upon Dick andForaker
Foraker when he referred to bossism andurged
urged a hearty indorsement of PresidentRoosevelt
Reel
Foraker then was Introduced With allbis
his old tim he asserted his independenceand
and hi right to be governed by his ownjudgment
judgment and conscience in all his actaAfter
After lauding Roosevelt and getting hisaudience
audience up to the right pitch t he Senatworked
worked in the indorsement questionOf
Of course said he I do not agreewith
with the President in all things I cannotsubscribe
subscribe to his views on the subject ofphonetic
phonetic spelling I does not seem thecorrect
correct thing to meThis
This caught the audience and the speakerthen
then talked about th honor of llpertb
ator not because of the compensationbut
but because i implies ability character andcapability
capability to legislate in tb interests of theAmerican
American peopleIf ioU
oU I am to be rebuked said the Senatorthen
then you take the honor away and so faras
as I am concerned you may take the officeThe
The audience was responsive and the Senator
tor smiled proudly at this popular Indorse
ment that apparently i the forerunner ofconvention
convention recognitionHe
rctonHe
He scored Herrick for favoring tat
revision took a whack at Roosevelt withthe
the same sort of a big stick that the President
dent uses on certain occasions and fired afew
few shots at the devoted head of BurtnForaer
Foraker speech was the feature of todays
days session of the convention and it isbelieved
believed will forestall any attempt to stampede
pede the convention tomorrow to BurtonBurton
Burton take defeat philosophically HeBald
Bald tonight that the present contest is awar
war and that a war U made up of severalbate
bate They will find out that this Is awar
war he declared tonight and althoughwo
wo may be worsted in the first battle we areconfident
confident of success in the end The warwill
will be continued and within two
wi contnued years weshall
shall triumph Although defeated we havelost
lost nothing We shall continue fightingfor
for principle until success crowns ourefforts
effortsTodays
Todays victory for Dick Is regarded
u a defeat for the socalled Rooseveltpartisans
partisans
The committee on permanent organization
tion tonight decided on Coy Harris forpermanent
permanent chairman and Wade Cushlngformer
former public safety director of Cincinnatifor
for secretaryLongworlh
Longworlh Wont Go to the ConventionCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI Sept I CongressmanNicholas
Nicholas Longworth declared tonight thathe
he was not going to the Republican Stateconvention
convention at DaytonPoliticians I
Politicians and others attribute Congressman
a igr
gressman Longworths determination notto I
to go to the convention to pique at beingturned
turned down as a delegate by BomGeorge
George B Coxs influence a a delegateThe
for this stand the ofthe Itbe
The reason th std on part
the Coxltes is of course enmity towardPresident I
President Roosevelt and Secretary Tat Ifor
for the tatters speech in the campaign oflast
last fallCongressman I
Congressman Longworth was asked thedirect I
direct question Is there any reason youwill
will assign for not goingNone i
None answered Longworth S faris
is I know now I am not goingThe
The publto will b disappointed will Itnotl
notl in failing to present Mr Longworthormal
with th badge that b been prepared forforl
formal presentation to her at prepr
What badge asked Longworth withudden
sudden apparent InterestWhy
Why th committee h had a specialttdgo
badge of beautiful and artistic design madeor
for Mrs Longworth and they are of courserst
eanerly expecting her at th conventionThis
Irl cnentnTh
This is the frt I have heard of thedge
badge said Mr Longworth I donttow
know anything about it but you can sayT
for me that we will not go to DaytonJAMES
JAMES A GARLAND NEAR DEATHXtlclani
ptyslctans Last Night Did Net Expect Himto
t Live Till MorningBOSTON
BOSTON Sept llrJames A Garland o
few York city whose friends have h
atoning b long sickness with graveprehension
apprebeo b a sudden change fore
op
the worse on SundayDr
D L Vernon Brlggs at who hospitalIn
In Hanover Mr Garland 1 said this ne
lug > that he had held a consultation with3r
D Vincent Y Bowditcb and they b
ieved that Mr Garland would not probablylunrlve
pblyIllve
survive th nightK IE
Itllau
K a y youthful and comfortable The tortnyrfitue
tllau > 4a ii Hotaetrt 1 Uatden Luc
MAX ilM OWN MOTOR MATFreeclt
Freeclt inventor Hu MrciuuUcal Bertoefor
for Propelling Body Tferattcii no WaterSpittol
Spittol CatIt DtipttcH to TBB ADMPARIS
PARIS Sept 11 The French Inventorwho
who devised the motor boot whjoh woredescribed
described time in baanow
b some tlalln TBB Box b
now conceived an adaptation o th petrolmotor
motor lor supplying th human body withmechanical
mechanical power for propulsion In th
water Ever ma may thus twcoma hisown
ow motor boatIn
In order to U the devloe a person neednot
not h swimmer for In addition to itspropulsive
propulsive power th apparatus I devisedto
to keep the body afloat A watertight boxcontaining
containing a little petrol engine and a fuelsupply
supply Is strapped to the users backOther
Other parts of the apparatus comprise asaddleliko
saddleliko arrangement oo which be uratsalr
sits air bags to give the necessary buoyancyand
and a propeller which I operated by th
engine Two rods give control of the speedwhile
while th steering is aooomplUhed byaltering
altering the position of the bandsThe
The Inventor thinks that the chief ueoof
of the apparatus will be in life savingfor
for in an emergency the operator has onlyto
to start the motor by turning a little cranksting
sting the box on his back get Into the saddleand
and launch himself ia the waterHOLD
HOLD VP TOWN AND ROB UAXKSafe
Safe Dynamiter Get leOOO bat Misssaoooo
HOOOO aDd sioeeo in DiamondsST
ST PAUL Minn Sept 11Since thedays
days o Jesse James and the hug
brothers there has been no more spectacular
la raid upon a bank than that made thismorning
morning on the Bank o Akely Minnwhen
when the robbers carried 0 110000 andblew
blew the bank building to pieceG
G W Warren who bait rooms in an a
joining building was awakened and red
to the scene He wu a once confrontedwith
with a revolver in the hands of one of therobbers
robbers and commanded to return to hLtI
rooms He did 8 >
Dr P R Irish was hastening to the bedside
side of a patient when he heard the explosion
sion He telephoned the police and thobank
bank officials When the town marshalappeared
appeared he was promptly covered by therobbera
robbers and held captive until the men inthe
a cptve unti
the bank had completed their workAfter
After the desperadoes had made theirescape
escape in the darkness a examination ofthe
the bank showed 1500 In silver scatteredon
on the floor and that 10000 was missing Inthe
the vault was SOOX in cash and
sOJ c a 10000worth
worth of diamonds which had been overlooked
lookedYesterday
Yesterday was pay day for the Red RiverValley
Valley Lumber Company and JSOOOO wasto
to have been paid out but was not d1
tributed an usual The robbers apparentlyknew
knew this and had planned t get themoney
mone
The safe was wrecked and the bank
ing was shattered Pieces of the safewere
Pe te aewer
were blow hundred feet away Therobbers
robbers were followedby a < po se but upto
to tonight no trace of the been foundIt
It is thought tbe went west and caught atrain
train for St Paul The men on guardfired
fired more than fifty shot at citizen andlighted
lighted window while the robbers on theInside
Inside were looting the bankGERVAX
GERMAN RAID ON EXGLAXDfRumored
Rumored Dash of Torpedo Boat Duringthe
the ManoeuvreSp
pna Cubit DnpaOi la TBI SDKLONDON
LONDON Sept 1The Daily Mail thismorning
morning makes a sensation of a reportedmimic
mimic raid by a German torpedo flotillaon
on the English coast last night in connection
tion with the German naval manoeuvresThirtysix
Thirtysix torpedo boat destroyers are saidto
to have dashed across the North Sea and t
have returned at high speedIt
I i believed that the British warshipalong
along the cut did not detect themHOUSE
HOUSE FOR XE1V IRISH COt + CIornmtnt
Government Said to Contemplate gevurlngDank
Dank or Ireland BuildingSftclal
Sftclal CaKt Deiptleh tt Ta SowDUBLIN
DUBLIN Sept 11The Evening MailBoys
Boys that the Government in connectionwith
with the forthcoming Home Rule measurecontemplates
contemplates acquiring the Bank of Irelandwhich
which was formerly the Irish ParliamentHouse
House and handing it over to the pr
jected new powers a the assembly bus
of the new Irish Council which the bi
prop to establish The story whichthe
the Mail a Unionist paper now gives onabsolutely
absolutely relitble authority with expressions
sions of horror and dismay appropriateto
to Its political creed has already been thesubject
subject of rumorEXD
END OF PROnittlTIOX IX MAIXEAll
All Agree That Question Matt Now BeHubmltfed
Submitted t the VotersPORTLAND
PORTLAND Me Sept 11It I concededby
by prominent Republicans throughout theState
State that despite the declaration of theparty
party platform in favor of the prohibitoryliquor
liquor law the lesson of the big Republicanlosses
losses in yesterdays elections is that thepeople
people want a resubmlsslon of th prohibitory
hibitory amendment and that the nextLegislature
resubmit ItSheriff
Legislature must vote t rbmt
Sheriff William L Hehnell of Cumberland
land county who on the stump advo
cated a repeal of the prohibitory law anda
a substitution of high license and localoption
option and was reelected predict thatthe
the next Legislature will not only vote torestibmit
resubmit the constitutional liquor lawbut
but will early in the session repeal theSturgfa
Sturgis law enacted two years repa andf
eac a
which i held responsible for a large aar
of the Democratic gainZioni
ions Advocate a denominationalnecessity paperof
of the Mae Baptists says that ruml
lion ef the prohibitory law I a lololnOly
after experience andthat
necessity ater yesterdays eXjrieO adthat
that it I time for the fries of the lawto
to stop saying the people dont want ache
change and prepare t rally to the sup r
of the law he the question of Its rpudiation
ton or continuance la fought out at thepolls
polls
polsNeriy
Nearly complete returns lie Oov Cobba
a murlty of about 8500The
The pluralities of the Republican Congressmen
gressmen are Amos L Allen 1119 CharlesE
E Llttlefleld 1500Edwin C Burleigh 1459Llewellyn
Llewellyn Powers 3200The
IeeUy
The Democratowho had only for of thethirtyone
thirtyone Senators and twentysix of theI
I SI members of th lower house last 0
II
elan will have seven Senators and aboutfiftyeight
fiftyeight Representatives in the nextLegislature
LegislatureEvery
Every county office in Androsooggin andCumberland
Cumberland the two largest counties andboth
both hitherto strongly Republican wascaptured
captured by the DemocratAfter RUbUI
After all VAttt the hte
51 made U11 ismosawAi
4
1
PUNNED TO KILL THE KAISERTHREE I I
THREE ANA JITS PUT VXDERARREST
ARREST AT BRE1LAVSent
Sent There by International Terrorlitarea
Vrsap g Throw Bomb at the Iprr
Berieg lae Military MMcavrei MakeVriperate
Desperate Ftgfct vYbeaThey Are CaughtSpteta
Spteta Cal Dtifalfti to THI SewBERLIN
BERLIN Sept 11 According to th
Tagtbhtt the Kaiser was just lye frombeing
being th victim of an anarchist plot bytho
th timely arrest at Brealau of three lorel
eigner who b been commissioned bythe
tb international terrorist organization toassassinate
assassinate his Majesty during th militarymsjaouvre
msjaouvre be Is now attending in SilesiaThe
The prisoner are an Italian of the nameof
of Mataoci or Maocinl an Austrian know
a Fllegner or Friedllng and a Pole namedLandeeberg j
Landeeberg or Lendenberger Mataoci wasexpelled
expelled from Italy two year ago Sincethen
then be h associated with Russian terrorist
ror in Geneva He shared in recentoutrages
outrages In PolandThe
The three arrived at Breslau at differenttimes
times They were watched by detectivefor
for seer days including the four whichthe
the Kaiser spent there on the eve of themanojuvres
manojuvres when the most elaborate precautions
cautions were taken to protect him I i
not explained why they were not ate
then as they a alleged to be known asmore
more dangerous than others who are r
ported t have been arrested or expelledfrom
from the countryA
A dozen police entered a house whichwas
was their rendezvous on Poeooer street t
day They had a bard dght t capture thedesperadoes
desperadoes who savagely resisted withknives
knives and daggers but after a long tussleIn
In Which the furniture of the room waswrecked
wrecked the police secured and handcuffedthem
the
It is stated that papers found in the houseestablish
establish the fact that the three men wereconstantly
constantly communicating with the terrorist
lit group for whom they were acting asagents
agents The papers Indicate that theirintention
intention was to throw a bomb at the E
peror while he was riding in an automobilebetween
between certain points of the manoeuvrearea
areIUr1
LIMAS GIFT TO MRS ROOTBrooch
Brooch Bearing City Arms Presented toAmerlcaa
Amerlcaa Secretarys WifeSftcttl
Sftcttl CaNt Despatch to TUB SoxLniA
pc
LniA Peru Sept 11The Mayor of thecity
city today presented to lr Root a but
fu gold brooch bearing th arms of tbect
city of Lima in enamelled colors surroundedwith
with diamonds and rubles the red and whiteof
of PeruAt
At last nights banquet In honor of SecretaryRoot
Root at the palace President Pardo welcomedhim
him to Peru and toasted the United Stateand I
and President Roosevelt Mr Root repliedsaying
saying b b long desired to visit Peruand
and referring to th important part thatthe
the progress of Peru bad i furnishing theimpulse
impulse which b finally resulted in thePanama
Panama CanalAfterward
P C
Afterward M Root riding in a coachwith
with President Pardo viewed th illuminations
tions which were displayed throughout thowhole
whole centre of tb city and r particularly
lady splendid on Colon avenue Immensecrowds
crowds filled the streets but there was not asingle
single unpleasant incident There waslong along
long procession of private coaches and amiltary
miltary band played continuallyMr
H Root and biB family Mr Dudleythe
the American Minister and the Mayortoday
today visited the cathedral the centralmarket
market and other places of interest Atthe
the market the party received an ovationThe
The nbriste presented two beautifulbouquets
bouquets to Mr and M Root A groupof
of women strewed flowers on the staircaseas
as the party were descending
G ttSHAW IX TIIK ALTOGETHERPhotograph
Photograph a le Penseur After RodinsPainting
Painting to Be Kxhlblletlftfedo
pda Cattle neipatdi 10 Tl SexLONDON
LONDON Sept 12The Cfciy Mail announces
flounces the forthcoming exhibition in London
don of the international society of impresaioniitt
presaioniitt photographers called the LinkedRing
Ring It will contain a remarkable photogph
graph of G B Shaw the author and dramatist
tist potting a Rodins masterpiece LePenseur
png tbe altogetherThe
The picture which was made by a wellknown
known American member of the LinkedRing
Ring Alvin Lngdon Coburn will be tbofirst
first public presentment of a living celebritynaked
naked and it will doubtless draw crowdsto
to tb exhibition I ia suggested that thefigure
figure of Mr Shaw which it Is said givesthe
the impression of Le Penseur rather thanof
of The Superman will b a valuablenomlum
encomium on the advantages a vegetableDOWAGER
diet
DOWAGER CZARINA ILLUnable
Unable to Leave Her B en Yacht InCopenhagen
Copenhagen HarborKpiclat
pta CoMr Dtipttc to ru SUMCOPENHAGEN
COPENHAGEN S nI L stated thatthe
the reason the Dowager Czarina h notlanded
landed from the imperial yacht Polar Starwhich
which is in the harbor he la that sheisifl
i ID She isconflned to her b and hercondition
condition b become worse since shearrived
arrived hereHer
Her sister Queen Alexandra who I
visiting Copenhagen spent th day at herbedside
bedside Other members of the royal familyalso
a visited herLIEVT
LIEVT TREADWELL SLAIXlajancs
Pulajanes Made Night Attack o Encampmeat
meat of Philippine ScootsSficlat
Sficlat Cattt DttpatcH tt Tas SCKMANILA
MANILA Sept 11In the land of Leyte
10 Pu la Janes fired a volley into an encampment
ampment of scouts near Barauen lostlight
light killing First Lieut Roecoe Tread wellhe
The others who were unhurt rallied undera
a native officer and attacked the PulajanesJut
But they escaped into the jungle
e ito jung apparently
ntly without Buffering any lossLieut
Lieut Treadwell was promoted on JulyS
5 1899 from Sergeant In the First Idaho Infantry
fantry to First Lieutenant In the ThirtysixthUnited
United States Infantry and was honorablymustered
mustered out oa June 3101 H Join
the Philippine Scout on July 1 He was anative
native of Arkansas and was 31 years oldCZAR
CZAR TO GO OV A CRUISEHI
will Leave Peterhof Tomorrow lo Tripof
of Several Daysarirtti
arirtti Cattt Diipatc to Till SvnST
e PXTEMBOBG Sept 11The Gear willcave
leave Peterhof O Thursday morning for
a cruise in the Gulf o Finland Ho wille
dueY
be COM fwtja d
Y 7
WILL SEARCH FOR TilE POLESTwo
Two New KxprdilleM Announced at theItruseel
Brwoels Congressflpittol
flpittol C to DilpatcH 10 Ta l SDKBRUSSELS
BRUSSELS Sept 11At tboclonlng sessloiof
of the Polar Exploration Congress UChariot
Chariot announced him intention to organica
a new South polar expedition while MBernard
Bernard announced hat he would organlzan <
an expedition to search for the North PoleBoth
Both expeditions will soon startPLVXGES
PLUNGES FROM EIGHTH STORYBusiness
Business Man Alone In Ills Office Fallto
to lila DeathHOCBTOH
HOCBTOH TeL Sept IIAt S oclockthis
this evening Edward M Taliaferro managerfor
for the Gulf ReflnlngCompany fell from awindow
window of hl office in the eighth story ofthe
the First National Bank building to a shedTho
The body crashed through the shed rootand
and was badly mangled He died Instantly
stantlyTaliaferro
Taliaferro was alone at the time of his falland
and there was no witnesoto the accidentTheories
Theories of sulnlde are borne out onlyby
by the Beaming difficulty of one taking theplunge
plunge by accident and by Tallaf erros recentpoor
poor healthVIXE >
MINE HAS npRXED 77 YEARSAnchor
Anchor Colliery Flooded Long AgoPumped
Pumped tfnt and Still AfirePoTTSViLLB
PoTTSViLLB Pa Sept 11The fire InAnchor
Anchor colliery of the Reading companywhich
which started tblrtysoven years agoIa
Ia It i burning a fiercely as everWhen
When thefire got beyond control of thefire
fire fighters the mine was dosed and filledwith
with water I has been filled since thattime
time Recently it was decided to pumpout
tme
out the water in the hope that the fire hadbeen
been extinguished but today when muchof
of the water had been taken out it wasfound
found that It was still burningJM7V
RUN ON BIO SAVINGS BAXKUnexplained
Unexplained Demands for Cub by Depositors
tors In the Illbernla of San FranciscoSAN
SAN FRANCIS Sept 11 Depositors inthe
th Hibernia Savings Bank started a runon
on that institution today The HiberniaIs
Is th biggest raving bonk on the PacificCoast
Coast It baa 30000 depositors and thedeposits
deposits amount t more than 30XX > 000The
The bank has always been noted for itsconservative
conservative practice and is regarded asa
a strong institution When the rn startedtoday
today police were called to keep the peoplein
in line and depositors were paid off as fastas
Fivepaying
a they applied for their money
paying tellers were kept busy and no a
vantage was taken by the bank of its rulesrequiring
requiring notice before a deposit could bewithdrawn
withdrawnJoseph
Joseph S Tobin one of th officers oftho
the bank said bo knew of no cause for therun
run He said the bank was able to payall
all depositors who applied for the moneyx
x MIXERS STRIKE FOR BEERResent
Resent Companys Refusal to Allow Agents
to Canvas the TownIRWIN
IRWIN Pa Sept 11The 300 miners atEdna
Edna mine No 2 struck this morningbecause
because the company refuses to allowbeer
beer agent to come into town to makedeliveries
deliveriesThe
The coal company owns the land surrounding
compny
rounding the mine and agents of all kindsare
several minersrefused
a barred out Yesterday 8Oerl
refused to go to work unless the embargoon
on beer was liftedThe
The company refused and this morningthe
the men who went out yesterday surroundedthe
the pit and induced be others to quit workXIOX
XIOX CITY ASSETS SHORTLiabilities
Liabilities More Than Double Both thequirk
Quick and Slow AssetsCHICAGO
CHICAGO Sept 11 Receiver John CHately
Hately of Zion City made his flIt reportto
to tho court todayHe
He report that an estimate from thebooks
le npr t tlmale
books shows the liabilities of the city aggregate
gregate 1612501833 The quick asset amestimated
estimated at 372054 and the slow assetat
etmt S70H
at t2lMII7rLOSES
LOSES 1S40OOO IX PIt MONDSSol
Sol Irbarli of Maiden Ianr Victim ofPullman aPnlman
Pullman Car RobberyBALTIUORK
BALTIUORK Sept 11Sol Urbaoti ndealer
dealer in diamonds with office at 4 and tMaiden I
Maiden Lane New York wan the victimof
of a robbery in a Pullman car last nightwhich
which according to his statement costhim
him Uo in unset diamond OldM I
handsome watch and fobMr
Mr Urbach who was on a business tripsys
says he retired to his berth about the timetbo
the train left Philadelphia and placed hUvaluables
valuables according to custom underhis
hL pillowW
W hen he awoke in Baltimore the sleeperwas
was on a Hide track and the diamonds werugone
gone from under his pillow Mr Urbachreported
reported his loss t the railroad and policeofficials
officials but they have no clue t the thievewho
who had evidently camped on Mr Urbachtrail Itrai
trail and planned cap carefullyERIE IERE
ERIE CVTS FARESLocalRatetoBe31
Local Rates to ne2 I Cents a MlleI000Mile
Mile Books MO EachThe
The Erie Railroad pent out an officialnotice
notice yesterday that beginning November 1the
the maximum one way local fare wouldbe
b two and a half cents a mile over theBntire
entire system Instead of three cents as atpresent
present
On the same date the company will placean
on sale thousand mile books at a flatrate
rate of 20 each the use of which will not b
restricted to the purchaserThe
The interchangeable mileage book hasbeen
been reduced from 3 to 25 the purchaserreceiving
receiving 5 on returning the cover Insteadof
of 10 as heretoforeEAPS
LEAPS TO DEATH FROM CARan
Man Crashes Head First Into ElevatedRailroad
Railroad PillarAs
As a northbound open car of the Thirdvenue
venue line was passing Twentyseconditreet
street at a moderate speed late last nighta
a man sitting in the middle of the car suddenly
enly rose to his feet and without a wordlumped
dey wor
lumped off He dashed into one of thelevated
elevated pillars beside the track striking
on his face He was pronounced dead byr
Dr Llndsey of Bellevue Hospital a fewilnutea
minutes laterThe
The car was stopped a soon as possiblend
and the passengers carried the man Into alearby
penger cre
nearby drug store The passengers nay thatie
he lumped off without any warning ax I head
hail just become aware that he was passing
b streetThe
The police refused to touch the
PUce refuM bodymtll I
until a Coroner had seen i soft rain I
1 far unidentifjed The man weighedbout
bout IM pound was of middle ago andone
middle height with black hair and mUI I
tach and had the aprtairance of a prO
oer QCn mLnALG
4 1
yLL HEARST TICKET VOTEDCOTETIO
CO + TI TIN ItUXS WILD AXDDECLARES
DECLARES AGAINST A DICKERToe
Toe leaders Find I Impossible to Holdthe
the Delegate In Ctieok TUflMtltaetuUallirrlng
Gathering WIth Plenty of Cbeer forI
I HearatNonitnatleiuTodayPlatformThe
The first convention of tb IndopegdeaoeLeague
League William Randolph HersVs personal
canal organization at Its session la CarnegieHall
Hall last night put Itself flatly on recordas
as favoring tb nomination of a straightticket
ticket This was accomplished only alter Ithe
to convention had been thrown Into th iwhh
greatest disorder The communicationwhich
which was received from William J Conner Inera
flees of Buffalo favoring a fusion with theDemocratic
Democratic forces was referred to th
committee on platform and resolutionswhich
which will frame an answer to It todayin
in accordance with the action taken by tb t
conventionThe
oonventonTe
The 1611 delegates who made up atumultuous
tumultuous gathering took the bit in theirteeth 1t
teeth right at the start and ran away wit 1nton 5the
the leaders who desired merely the nom
nation of Mr Bent for Governor and achance
chance to dicker for support with theDemocratio IDemocmtc
Democratio convention to be held atBuffalo
Buffalo on September 25After tAfer
After having won a victory at the strenuous 1OUI
ous meeting of the State committee at theGilsey
Gilsey House early yesterday morningiwhere
where the unbending determination ofthe
the leaguers to nominate a straight ticketmade
te loel nomite strb teme
made Mr Hearst bow to their wisbesjthey
they went to the convention hall determined
mined that the Independence Leagueshould
should stand on its own feet and thatMr
Mr Hearst should run for Governor at thohead
head of a third party ticketMore
More than ninetenths of the delegatecheered
cheered fora straight ticket at the sessionof
of the convention yesterday afternoon andlost
lost night paraded up and down the aisleswith
with banners inscribed A Straight Ticketand
and shouted down fiercely any attempt oatho
tho par of Max F Ihmsen and others ofMr
Mr Hearst personal representatives t
divert themThe
The firmness of the great majority ofthe
the delegates astonished the new bosand
and hid manager Ihmsen and mae it a
parent to them that any attempt to rideover
over the wishes of the leaguers would rsul
sult in a wide open spit
The leaguers announced through theirdelegation
delegation spokesmen that they wouldntstand
stand for nominees retiring from the ticketin
in order to win support for Mr Hearstfrom
from the Democratio party They declared
dared early in the day that any attemptof
of the managers to run a slate throughthe
the convention would be blockedJust
Just show us the slate they cried aloudon
on tb floor and watch us smash itMr
Mr Hearst of course will be at the headof
of the ticket t be named today Otherswho
who were in favor for leading place onthe
the ticket were John Ford Clarence J811arn
81 oarn and Reuben LyonJudge
Judge Samuel Seabury of tb City Cur
won chosen permanent chairman whenthe
th delegates convened last night Thenight
night session of th convention was calledfor
for 8 oclock but the delegates were slowin
in getting to the ball and itywaa past aoclock
oclock when Judge Seabury began talkingCARNEGIE
CARNEGIE BAL ONE BIO NOISKWhile
While the delegates were gathering b
tween 8 and 0 oclock Carnegie Hall was fone
one big noise The Hearst shouters were ina
mood paraded and downthe
a merry md They pdd up
the aisles with banners and transparenciescheering
cheering everybody In the IndependenceLeague
League they could think of Names warelost
lost in the din but nobody caredOuUido
Outside the hal men were handing outtags
tags which readVote
Vote for I straight ticketThey
They tied these tags to the coat lapelof
of every delegate that entered and triedto
to get a pledge from him that he wouldntstand
stand for anything else than u full ticketFew
Few men refused to give thc pledge Inside
side the hall the radicals as the disgruntled
gruntled lieutenant of the boas havedubbed
dubbed them waved placards and bannerscalling
calling for a straight ticket and nothingelse 3else
else Columns of men strode up and downthe
the aisle yelling for a straight ticket andhowling
howling defiance at the very few whisought
sought to restrain them his spirit ofthe
the delegates was militant and pugnaciousThey
They were a scrappy lot and Mon madeit
it apparent that they wouldnt Htandfor
I for trimming and fence Htraddllnf Theyalso
I also made it pretty clear that the Indepndtnc
pendence League has grown to bn biggerthan
than Mr hearst and that it II now an organization
ganization that will have to be handledwith
gnition tlat wi t handldwih
with gloveriTho
The racket in the hal In the hour of waiting
ing was terrific Bunches of men equippedwith
with tin whistles and atrocious fish hornsshrieked
shrieked and squawked in the rear of thehall
bal Other delegations rang jangling cowbells
bells and yelled to th limit of their lungpower
power Up in the gallery th band wasdoing
doing its level best to stir up enthusiasmand
and keep it going The sweating puffingbandmen
bandmen played everything in their repertoire
toire but Tammany For onw thE
piece bad a restTime
Time after time it played Waiting at theChurch FChurch
Church and the crowd cheered apparentlyfinding
finding political significance in Miss Vlo
torias ballad Shouting laughing delo
gates grabbed each other around the waistand
and twostepped up the aislesAn
An aged delegate from Broome with atwo
two foot beard bin suspenders danglingover
over bin hips did a hornpipe in the firsttier
tier of boxes and was hailed joyfully as theDowie
Dowie and Prophet Elijah of the Independence
pendence LeagueEverybody
Everybody that entered the hall knownto
to the delegates got a round of cheeringMr
Mr Shearn was pleasantly received JohnFord
Ford got an ovation S did Lyon ofSteuben
Steuben Arthur Brisbane in eveningdresH
dress slipped in at a back door and wentpractically Ipractically
practically unnoticed except for a few hardrooters j trooters
rooters on the stage The Rev Madison CPeters 1Peters
Peters who came early and stayed latethough fthough
though he wasnt called on for a speechgot
got a few cheersONLY lp IONLY
ONLY ONE CONTESTThe
The tumult was deafening when Temp
Chairman Willard A Glen of Syracusehammered i Ihammered
rary Chirmn Wiad ByrauMhammer Ihimself
hammered for order Eventually he madehimself I
himself heard long enough to call fo th
reports of tho committee on credentialsand
and rule and organization ChairmanEdward
Edward A Raring of the credentials com pmittte
mlttee reported all delegates properlyHeated
Rat with the exception of an unimportant
portant contest in the Twentieth Assemblydistrict I
dl tint There van more chiiSatlat
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