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Already 10000000 Pounds Have Been Turned
Out and There Still Remain 40000 Tons
Of Beets 200000 for Farmers
Lehl mornIng
A message from this
States that tho lOOODOOO pounJ mark
I In tho output of ugar will be passed
during this afternoon or early evening
This Is practically whit the factory
Iturned out lost year but there still
fromalnn about 40000 tons or beets to
work which will conaumo from thirty
fjlvo to foity days moro time Up to
today the factory has worked 42009 tons
Pot beets ant received 62009 tons A
close estimate received from the agents
fin all the fields today puts the amount
of beets yet undelivered nt about 15000
tons which will bring the total ton
nage for the year very closo to tli3 ori
ginal estimate of 50000 tons
The next few days will witness the
disbursement of nn enormous sum of
money among tho laborers and fanners
of the beet districts 20000 will bo dls
burned for Ie on the 10th tho heave
lest payroll disbursement In the history
of the company On tho Hth 175000
will bo paid to tho farmers for beets
and 5000 to the railroads for ficlght
making a total disbursement of 200
Sheepherder from Beaver County Died at Holy Cross Hosplto1
i Today who was Supposed to Suffer
from Ecchinococcus
At the Holy Cross liospllnl this
morning there died n patient by the
f tiamo of John Ward and the cause of
lila death Is now supposed to have
l been what tho doctors call ccchlnococ
Two months no the unfortunate
man presented himself to Dr Mayo
county physician nnd applied for re
lllcf explained that ho had becu
hicrdlng sheep In Beaver county and
that his disease had grown upon him
until lo was then unable to do further
hvurl without being relieved Upon
PDr Mayo Informing the man that ho
must trocuro a certificate from Heaver
county before attention could bo paid
Ko his case the patient secured tho
necessary paper and ho was taken to
the Holy Cross hospital
His cut > o was n puzzle and no help
emed to come of the treatment It
vas thought by Dr Mayo that Wards
Dleeaso was ccchinococcus and hIs
opinion was concurred In by all other
phYsicians who amljied the patient I
This disease explained Dr Mayo la
peculiar to Iceland and Is superinduced
by tho close association of human be
ings and dogs It appears In the form
of a series of hooks similar to minia
ture cats cluws and firnt gains Ingres
by means of the alimentary canal
thenco through the bowels Into the
Motnach wlwro It eats its way through
tim walls of that organ until It reaches
tho region of the liver where It at
tuchen Itself and grows It IB then in
the form of a cyst contains a mass of
cysts and sometimes attains such large
proportion as to contain from 10 to 10
gallons of rulgn liquid
At i oclock thlb evening at ODon
nells undertaking establishment an
autopsy Will begun In the presence
of u number of prominent pliyslclana
who wero Interested In the case and If
it may be shown that the deceased was
afflicted with ecchlnocogcus It will have
been the first Instance of tho dlseaoa
discovered In Utah
OfficIaL Note Announces he Porte Will Yield to All Demands
Soon as Irade is Issued Ratifying the Decision French
Squadron Will Leave Mytilene
Paris Nov 8 France has scored a
f complete triumph In tho Turkish dis
An official note won Issued at 1 p m
today to the effect that the iorto had
K decided to yield to all tho demands
k of Franco and that as soon as the sul
tan haa issued an trade ratifying tho
t decision the French squadron will
I t leave Mytlleno This may be done
I within the next 21 hours or it is ex
pected at the least in two or three
President Loubet presided today at
the cabinet council The foreign min
ister M Dclcosse announced that the
f porte had just advised him that it had
I decided to give satisfaction to the
1 French demands to which M Delcasse
p replied that so soon as the sultans or
der regarding tho portes decision was
communicated to him Admiral Call
lards squadron would leave the Island
of Mytllcnc
The Temps prints a dispatch from
Constantinople today which says that
the sultan In accepting the French de
mands firstly authorizes the working
of the French schools hitherto unree
ognlzcd secondly ho recognizes offi
cially the existence of the religious
and hospitable Institutions already
founded and accords them customs Im
munity and exemption from certain
taxes nnd thirdly he authorizes the
reconstruction of the schools and hos
pitable Institutions destroyed at the
time of the Armenian troubles of
which n detailed list is attached to the
French note
Tnwflk Pasha the Turkish foreign
minister has announced that the recog
nition of the Chaldean patriarch d < N
mnnded by France already has been
Dr Tanner Arranging for General
1 Meeting of the Teachers
i Dr J M Tanner has Just returned
l from Sanpete county where ho has
R been delivering lectures and Inspecting
I the Church schools In that locality
One of tho most Important matters
that Dr Tanner has on hand at this
time Is arranging for tlio coming con
vcntlon of the Church school teachers
B The convention will be held In this city
just prior to or Immediately ntter the
state teachers convention In order that
the Church teacher may liaye the
benefit of attending the latter Full
arrangements for the contention have
not been made but Dr Tanner Is busy
B preparing topics for consideration The
R mot vital one perhaps will be the ad
visability of adopting In the Church
schools tho same secular text books as
those that are In use tu the state schools
< In order that the training in the one
110 far as secular education Is concerned
111 he uniform with that In the Other
r Tanner Is strongly In favor of tho
move and It Is not at all Improbable
that uniform text books will be adopt
Dr Tanner says that the care that
should be taken In adopting text books
for the public nnd private schools can
not be einphnMzed too strongly Bomo
hooks he said have found their way
Into the schools that are of so Inferior
character that the teachers have
taken It upon themselves to Introduce
supplementary books Into schools thus
1 entailing an additional expense upon
the patrons
I Jan Hefty Will bo Eifimiiieil To
morrow Hopmllnpr Sanlly
Jane McCoy of It east Fourth south
will be examined tomorrow afternoon
at 2 oclock as to her sanity She Is
said to be a woman C7 years of age
lives alone and Is utterly IncnpHble uf
taking care of herself Her neighbors
and the county have been prorlulm for
f her The house In which sho rcimcu
Is owned by her brother who herds cat
tle In the southeastern part of the Male
and who hat not been hero for two
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Business Men to Jollier lu Honor of
Sec PomlerRost
The Credit Mens association of this
city Will tonight give an elaborate ban
quet at Beardslcys Tavern In honor
of Wm A Pcndergait the secretary ot
the National Credit Mens nccoslatlon
There will be covers for fifty guests
nnd the banquet room will be elegantly
decorated for the occasion Secretary
Pendergast will make an address on the
Dankrupacy Act and Its Enforcement
and there will bo other speeches made
A H Nah Is n candidate for the
postmajstcrf of Salt Lake He how
ever wishes It undcietood that he Is
not depending on any outside Influence
and recognizes tho fact that Senator
Kearns and Congressman Sutherland
absolutely control nil the appointments
for Utah Having been removed by
President Cleveland after two years
service Mr Nush hope that this fact
may have some weight towards his op
Iiolntment Postmaster Thomas com
mission will expire early In January
Uncle Sam Active Carlsa Firmer
Stiimliliio Stronger
Buslncfs was light on the mining ex
change this afternoon though a num
bet of tocks were traded In Carlsa
old up to iM while Uncle Sam re
leased 4700 shares between 101 and
I102U Sunshine dropped 1000 at 10 > 4
nnd 11 California sold at M and 81
while 100 Century changed hands nt U
Lmerald waft In demand at 13 Daly
West loosened up 100 at 12 while 1000
Welt Morning CHary were handed out
nt 8 Star Con Mid at 36 and SSi
AJax was statIonery while Tesrtra was
traded In at 16 Boss Tweed advanced
toSSH while Burton sold at 15U Vic
tor let go 1000 at i while Tetro sold
from IS to K La Heine was offered at
a with W bid May Day advanced
to JlOS and doped nt J107 Swansea
was held at 1195 with 1170 bid
H Is retried that the Highland Boy
Mining company has declared a divi
dend of 1175000 or US per share pays
bit December Slh
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lIE island of Samar where General Iukban Is directing the campaign of the Filipinos and Vlsayan bolomcn
TIlE the United States is the most cabterly of the Vinayan group It line H superficial area of about 5200
miles about 500 more than the state of Connecticut Thfre are about 200000 unities In the hland a trific
more than cuefifth of Connecticuts population HumurH rtcntest length from northwest to southeast In about
ICO miles and its greatest breadth from east to west is about seventyfire miles There are but two Island
larger than Samar in the Philippines Luzon nod Mindanao Owing to the mountainous dimeter ot Snmnr nnd Its lack
p npl cnntnnleninc is nry dlllicult
1ofA vV VA
At Present He is Viceroy of Shan
Tung Province
New Nmnn uf LI Wen Cluing lie
tourd on Him byUlilcli He
Mill be Known lu ll torjv
Washington Nov Minister Con
ger at Pekln has informed tho state
department that Yuan Slit Kal has been
appointed to succeed LI Hung Chant
as viceroy of Chi LI and that Wang
Wen Shao has been appointed deputy
viceroy of the same province
Yuan Is the present viceroy of Shan
Tung province
Pekln Nov BThe special edict has
arrived here appointing Yung Shi Kal
governor of Shall Tung to be gover
nor of Chi LI nnd apolntlng Wang Wen
Shao who Is vice president of the for
eign office and a member of the cabinet
to succeed LI Hung Chang as plenipo
tentiary They are both ordered to
Pekln forthwith
Another edict creates LI Hung Chang
a marquis and bestows on him the new
name of LI Wen Chung by which he
will be known In history
Arrested Air Visiting Mr DIckInson
Solla Bulgaria Nov SThe govern
ment last night caused the arrest of a
man who was vIsiting United States
ConsulOen Dickinson and searched
him presumably thinking that ho was
an emissary of the brigands and expect
ing to seize a communication from or
to Miss Ellen Stone the American mis
sionary The man was subsequently re
leased This action of the authorities
was seemingly a deliberate attempt to
frighten delegates who might visit Mr
Dickinson and thus prevent negotia
tions from taking place In BulgarJnn
territory The attitude of the author
ities hampers Mr Dickinson as the
brigands refuse to treat in Turkey
Big lire lii Ilrnitford Pa
Bradford Pa Nov 8A lire which
originated In the livery stable of Frank
P Ucamer today consumed a dozn
buildings Including the 35000 city hall
Thirtyseven horses In the stub Vtr
Ishcd The loss In estimated at MVi 3
Barnstable Mass Nov 8Mlsl Jane
Toppan the nurse accused of the mur
der of Mrs Mary K Olbbs by poison
ing was before il a district court here
today but the hearing was postponed
until November 15
An Klcclrlulnn Klcctrocutrd
Council Bluffs loa Nov SFrank
McCoy an electrician In the employ
of tho electric light company was elec
trocuted by a lle wire at the top ot
UOtfect electric tower today He went
on the tower to repair a broken light
nnd was found dead lat > r a current of
IOt volts havlig pasted through his
body He was vurpended In the air
hanging actors the railing of the plat
form at the top of the tower
iIss Do hare Hearing
London Nor BTho hearing of the I
charges against Theodore and Laura
Jackson Ann ODella DIM DeHarr at
the Marylcbono police court here con
Unties to attract ctollIs Prominent
stage people Including H J Irving
and Clement Scott and eaderg of tho
bench bar churth and parliament were
among todays audience The male
prisoner Is III and was allowed to be
seated In the dock Laura Jackfon was
continually and unostentatiously till
ministering him sips of waler
This testimony tcdsy 11I11 reiteration
of previous evidence The proceedings
were enlivened hy several brisk pu
pa efl between the presidIng magktrate
and the woman prisoner the latter In i
forming the court that She was tired i
of his evident partiality for the wit
nesses i
St John VII ChaiKcd will Larceny
Committed In United Slut CL
London Nov SAt tho Bow street
police court 11 St John Dlx was
charged on a provisional warrant with
larceny committed In the United States
It Is alleged that he obtained control of
three banks In the olate of Washington
In 19W and that he tubsequently
wrecked tlip ScandinavianAmerican
bank at Whatcom Washington and
disappeared with over S000
DIX who was arreitqd In this city this
afternoon was remanded after formal
evidence of his arrest lifld been pre
Some weeks back the autuorltes of
Scotland Yard Informed the United
States embassy that DIs wan nvailablo
If requIred Tile usual lnmiiles wero
Instituted and Tucoma sent a request
for Ills arrest
Ailolph V Kraus Smilplor Dead
Hyde Park Mass bVAl1oirih F
Jctif the famouWecUlpt rf flM In
Danvera Insane hojpltnili tuilstt Mr
Kraus had been receiving treatment at
the Institution since last July He was
51 years of ne A widow four sons
and two daughters mnvlvc him
A pensioner of tho Prussian govern
ment and winner of the giand prize of
Home the name of the sculptor was es
tablished In Europe before he cttnie to
America In US1 In this country he
continued to win fame and It was the
disappointment of his ambitIon to pro
duce a masterpiece which Is Raid to
have caured his mind to give way He
Had partially completed a model In clay
of a heroic figure of UcUhazznr at the
moment of seeing the bandwriting on
the wall when his mind became unbal
anced Amon r his noted pieces In
America are the Theodore Pouter and
the Crlspus Attuckd monument In the
competition for the Iowa state soldiers
monument Knius won second prize Ho
was tho sculptor of the winged figure of
Victory that crowned the tower of
machinery hall nt the worlds fair at
Chicago and which received great ad
Into Death of Alleged Victims of
Jane Toppun
Buzzards Bay Mass Nov 8The In
quest Into the deaths of Mrs Mary B
Glbb of Cataumet and of Annie E Gor
don of Chicago alleged to have lied
of poison administered by Jane Tap
pan was begun today before Judge
Swift of the first district court of
liarnttiiblo county The inquest was
conducted behind closed doors and on
ly one witness at a time was admitted
to the courtroom nnd each was strict
ly enjoined to maintain secrecy as to
the nature Of the evidence dlecloKCd
The witnesses who were pre3cnt to
day were 1Mf Whitney of Matsachu
Httfl general hospital Boston who
assisted at the autopsy held on the
bodies of the two w mcn lit Cataumet
Dr It 11 Faun < > of Sandwich medical
examiner for this dlttrlct who per
formed the autopsy State Officer 1
C Whitney r A Drlgham of Lowell
Mrs Heunh Jacobs of Somervllle who
was staying nt the cottage when Mr
university Professor Wood uf Harvard
university who chemically analyzed the
stomach of the deceased women was
callel but was not present whvn the
Inquest began
Capt Hertford Snrjjrnt Dcnil
Philadelphia Nov 8Cnllt Itrdford
eargtnt rnarlr < > suiMMintindent of
Cramps ship yard died today agc4 60
year All big vessels built by the
Cramps dumu th > last nine year han
been under tne direct command of
Capt Snrgest on their trial
S Lord Mayor Installed
London No ILhe now lordmiii
or Sir Josoph ntm dale wan msUilco
at Julldliili this afternoon with nil
the quaint formalities and cercmonlfs
tuitomary on ilii transfer of Uils of
Kcinarkiblc Llnotypo Hccord
Dayton 0 Nov lA remarkable
ivcord on the Inotjpe machine was
iudt Thursday In the otrice of the
Pally NctI when Clause Ccuca set
S2SO lines ot nonpareil Ilnometct
count making a total of Miw cms m
olglil hours machine speeded to seven
lines u minute To Kcure this result
it wall necessary to touch the ke > H
iCSWO limes or narly six times a sec
York Ciratnl Prince of WAOS
London Nov SThe Duke of Corn
wall and York has been createdPiInce
of Wales and Earl of Cbeiter >
WY i
Flour Takes Another Jump of Ten
Cents a Hundred
Iool of Utah and Southern Idaho
Mlllm to bo lilfvcied lit the
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The wholesale prlco of flour was
again advanced this morning another
10 cents per hundred pounds on each of
the three grades The ruling prices
now are for High Patent JU90j for
Straight J170 and for Bakeis UCO
per hundred pounds The local millers
give us a reason for the advance
which Is the third of 10 cents each to be
made in the last few weeks that the
price of wheat has so greatly advanced
recently that flour could not ba manu
factured without loss at tho previous
prices When one prominent miller wua
seen this morning he salU The prlco
of flour simply had to be advanced and
yet now we are making very little
money Wheat has gone up In boundn
during the past six weeks and we cant
set It In the quantities we want and
need Early In the season great quan
tities were shipped to Colorado ami oth
er states and there Is a scarcity now
1 dont think It will last very long but
1 shall not be surprised to eec flour sell
at still higher prices The dry season
Just past shortened the crop of whrat
as It did the hay and other crops and
that In connection with the fact that
much was exported from the state has
caused the scarcity and tho raise In
It Is stated that the combination of
tho Utah and Southern Idaho mills will
be effected during this month or In
December A McKenilc of Demsr
who was here for some time arid who
secured options on nil the principal
mills In southern Idaho and In Cache
Weber Davis Salt Lake Utah and San
Pete counties of this state Is In le
East at present arranging for the early
completion of the deal The syndicate
will invest 1000000 or more In thc en
terprise Just what Its action will be U
the control passes while present condi
tions prevail Is very much In doubt
but It Is more than likely that some
mills would be closed down nnd that
lnce some of the people Interested are
Colorado flour men wheat would be
Chipped In from that state or elsewhere
News In Miss Slntip1 Case
Washington Nov 8AIl that can be
fathered here touching Miss Stones
case Ss that the reports from the Le
vant nc to the ctTect that soric kind of
ommuntcatlon Is being maintained
though very Indirectly between MlKg
Stone R captors anJ the people who
are ptIIIIi 10 secure her rclea It Is
believed thot up to this point Tne mis
sionaries themselves have been the only
persons able to keep opctr the line of
Scotland S n Iluik Itnlilicil
Omaha JCM > Nov 9A dlspitch from
TanktonMys th lank of Scotland S
D was robbed last night > f 1500 The
Pate was blown open and the ellre
ormtentfl cariled away About 2 oclock
this morning nn explosion aroused the
citizens who arrived at the bank build
log In time to IlCO the robbers making
their escape on bore They were pur
sued but have not been captured
Finishes Its Work cadcri rrhlnJ
In Moscow
8t Ptfterhounr Nov Sriic Je suu
exiHjdlilon bl1 finished its work The
loaderv Norman C lluxton an Ameri
can and Algenson JackeUon 1 hue
arrived at tosccw after liaxlne trav
eled 5000 versts In Kamchatka nnd oth
er semipolar districts They have
brought rtllfc them one hundred box s
of collections for thcAmcrlcnn Museum
ol National History of New York City
Duplicates will IK given to the St PC
loraburg Academy of Sciences The cv
plorerd have thoroughly Investltfated
many tribe during the PIt four
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Forty Mounted Guards Beating the Country
Around Leavenworth Three Are Sur
rounded in Barn and Killed
Leavenworth Inn Nov 8 Forty
mounted guurtli ttre beating tht coun
try for u radius of five mllw around
tlio federal jtenltenlUry today in
scorch of the twentysix convicts who
uucceodcd In oacnplns from tho guards
ato yosturdny The country 101 wild
and tough und affords ample opjioi
Unity for escape and as all of the con
Ilela are ilosjiorate men and mined
onillcu will donbtlesH result before
tlioy are captured
Tho net known result of the mutiny
nnd the following fight with the gtmJs
was one convict klltal and four guard
shot or otherwise hurt hut It II be
Jleud that jinny ot the fleeing convict
received wounds however serious from
the bullets sent after them by pursuing
Quinn Fort a desperate criminal
from tho Indian Territory who It be
lieVed to have been the ringleader of
tho break
Joseph n Wnldrupe prison guard
shot In forehead and breast condition
still critical
Arthur Trclford captain of thugunrd
ohot III leg not turlous
C E Burrows guard shot In neck
Andrew Leonard guard leg broken
It develops that the mutiny was
hatched several months ado but that
too men had never found a favorable
opportunity to carry It Into effect until
yesterday The general plan was not
lew but It proved effective because of
the limited number of guards As the
better bermved pilsonort lIe iced In
the outside woiJi tho conspiracy was
hatched among the men In the Inside
The convict chose the most favor
able moment of the day while many
ot the guards acting as foremen of con
struction of the new cellhouse were
As soon as the alarm was given
guards wun formed In marrhlng order
und mounted men armed to the teeth
were drawn up In front of the main
entrance of the prison Mont of ihf
guards were old plainsmen and the di
erolon ot hunting down criminals
stirred their blood as nothing else could
have dame Die CBCipin cMivlvts WIt
counted tho most desperate criminals
in the southwest and time guards htai
cd out on their hunt In full realization
uf this fact
The scene of InuUny however b °
lng pme oUtancv Tom the prison
proper the convicts hadsecured a good
nan and aided by the rouehlwoodul
country they hud before darkness fall
placed u gotd gap between them elvej
and their pursuers The guards at
beat could muk hut a desultory at
tempt ut pursuit nnd were compelled
to await daylight to tale up the
The officials at Kansas City Atchison
St Joseph Topeka and LeavenwortU
were asked to keep their police on the
I lookout and all night In each of this
I cities named police and detective pa
I trolled the outskirts
During the night reports came from
eleven directions of thefts of horses nn1
vehicles clothing and food by tho con
victs nnd as the report that the con
victs were at Inry spread citizens In
the nutlylnfc districts bentne terror
stricken and barred their houses
Early this morning an Increased Dum
ber of guard we1 trmed and mounted
were started outm the penltontlnry
and today was f III In as exciting a
man hunt perhai us has been experi
enced In this part of the country since
the border days
It In believed that all the convicts
will ultimately be captured If not over
taken by the guards nnd shot Each
prisoner has undergone nn examination
under the bertlllon system and today
these delkrlplillM were mailed to every
chIef of jHjiicw in the country
Warden n W MeClousliry was In
Ianu City when the mutiny broke
out arranging for the annual oonven
ion of the National Prison He form as
sociation whelm Is to convene there to
morrow lie arrived homo at Lime prison
about three hours later and Immedi
ately SH to work to recapture the
convicts I have not completed my
Investigation said he today but I
nm of the opinion that tho outbreak
was rIot I i to thu j ult of uny ot tho
guard The men ttsre in chargo of
Arthur Trdford one of our best nirtn
and I am sure he did his duty lime
reason for the escape of tho prisoners
I believe tu he the small number of
guards available our appropriation la
n t sufllclent to warrant the employ
ment of more guards but I hope thpt
at the next session of Copsrew we will
bo allowed more We should have
nearly twice as many as we have
Kansas City JIo Nov 8A special
to the Star from Learemvorth Kantas
Advices receIved at the prison early
today Indicate that the convicts are
making for the Indian territory a hun
dred miles south nt bleakneck speed
Warden McClauRhry Is making every
pffoit to heath thom oft heforo they
reach the Kanwia river He started
telegraphing last night to Ret sheriffs
and other olllcers to guard tie bildges
Telegrams received today from tin
neighborhood of Linwood Kansas ana
several other points says farmers well
armed are watching the bridges
The report shows that the convicts
are seizing farmers hones and run
ning them at a high speei until the
animals give out nnd than pressing In
fresh ones whenever found fly mak
ing thtec relays they are trying to out
ride the Ulcers to the territory
None but guards and civil otDcers out
for the J80 reward nre now In the chase
Soldiers nre keeping watch over the
reservation No ptlotiors wero sent
out to the new nllntlary site toJny
and all work Is suspended and the con
victs held In cells so that the guards
can take up the hunt Warden Mo
Claughry with a force of trusties N
hard at work running off pictures of
the convicts nt large Two hundred
seta ivlll be mailed by tonight to differ
ent chiefs of police
Guard Waldrupo who was shot In
the head Is ftlll alive but the surgeons
have nu hope of his recovery Leonard
whose leg was broken will be a olltj
pie for life The other gimnls lire doing
Cnn3 City Mo Nov 9A special
to the Star from Leavenuorth Kan
505 MS
Messages received from Tongnnoxlfi
Knnafl nt noon Indicate that a num
lur of conlrts lire trying to cross the
Kaunas river near Llnwood twenty
nlles fcoulhwexl rom avcnworth
Vaidrn Mclaupliry U centering hut >
force in the Linwood nelghboihood Up
to 12 30 oclock today not tine of the
twentynix convicts had been cap
Kansas City Mo Nov SA tele
phone message from the Leavonworth
Standard at 325 this afKrnoon says
Early this morning at Nortonvlile 25
miles northwest of Leavenworth peni
tentiary He of the eicaped convicts
from the Fort Leaenworth prison were
surrounded a born by a narty of citi
zens and ordered to surrender The con
victs refused and a battleeniueddurlng
which three of the convicts were killed
and the other two wounded how seri
ously if not known Whether or not
any of tho citizens were wounded not
known In Loaemorth
Transferring Its KfTccIs from Gun
tiers Workshop to Up Town
Washington Nov BThe Schley
court of Inquiry Is today transferring
Its effects from the gunners workshop
In the navy yard tn the uptown Quar
ters In tho McLean building Vermont
avenue and IF street which will be the
consulting quarters Xo effort will be
made by the members of the court even
to confer upon the caw however be
fore next Monday as they are In need
of mental and physical rest The court
will ask the navy department to sup
ply It with clerical HFnlstouic and u
stenographer to do the mechanical work
Involved In a preparation of the report
In order that the coin I may absolutely
control such assistant It Is probable
that recourse wilt be hvl tn men In the
naval service such ag v oman who are
subject to naval discipline
Capt Lemly the Judge advocate of
the court has gone to 1lnlli City Mo
to attend the meeting of the National
Prison Heform association In which be
Is InterrstM by rwnwn of the fact that
hp Is > pe lolly charged with the con
duct of th naval prlnons at hasten
Norfolk and elsewhere
imighamgl PoHlllvrlr litcnilllcil
St Louis Mo Nov SThe Io t
Dispatch today Mys that the man ar
rested Tuo day nlBht u < pct < to be
one of the robbers who held up the GnAt
Northern flyer near Wagner Mont
last July was positively identified to
lay no Harry Longlwugh who Is
known to have been ant of 1M partici
pants In the jobbery
Tho Identification was made by a St
Louis buslntus man who wt rrnM ut
log nttorntfy In Cook oountr Wyoming
In 1SS7 when Longbsush was arfflt11
as R member of a gang of horn thieves
and convicted
This man asked the polio to conceal
his Identity whlrh Is done
Ixingbaugh started when the IU
Louis man first walked Into his pr
enM today The prisoner till refued
either to admit or deny his identity I
after the Interview I
Kulcldnl hT Itnriiliic HrrsclT
Lcavcnworth Kan nj Nor SoMrs
Wm Textor committed suicide todaY
by setting fire to her clothe which she
had saturated with coal oiL Mrs
Textpr was Injured three weeK ago
ktid her mind Is believed to lava betn
deranged by the wounds I
UnnnlmniiBly Elected lu Ionltlon In
Underfill of tit Andrews
London Nov 8lce Chancellor
Donaldson of the University of St An
drew announced today the unanimous
election of Andrew Carnegie as lord
rector The students greeted the an
nouncement with prolonged cheers ami
the singing of lies a Jolly Good Fel
low The vice chancellor remarked
that Mr Carnegies election was with
the approval of the whole nation
Itcinarknblo iprrleiiLonr tho Sugar
Liiilen Hark Xiiuanu
Philadelphia Nov SThe ftrst ves
sel to l > e caught In antarctic Ice thIs
eaM > n a remarkable experience owing
to the fact that the Ice was within 100
mlle nf CRlIt Horn was the sugar
ladfii hark Nuunnu which was docks
Itt the SI > rerkel ° sugar iefln iy toddy
after I run of 1C days from the Ha
waiian Stands The Nuuanu left Hon
olulu in June last ami after having en
countered two severe piles In the lt
clflc ocean was caught In till Held ice
In the early 118rt of September while
roundlti Cain Horn on her way to the
Atlantic ocean Far to the south
nothing but Ice could be wn Tho
tca uvas smooth and there was no sign
of tend
TlK wind wan fair at the time and
this enitbled the Nuuanu to work her
way talo clear water Capt Joslyn
thy vessels > caster calculated that the
ice WM abi ut 206 miles couth of Cape
hornThe Nutwnus run was over 14069
illM Site 11 time first of A fleet If
Kiuwr laden Mlllng > CMH < bound teem
the 1 1Ia II n islands to Phlkdelplu
sod New York which It In Mid ate
to dwrlac BMMmeit which bar found
M lade unprontabto owtuj to the
long run
The nni1im loc Hnx Iinc
Lnrdcn Nov ST1Ie fog bas lifted
sot nnmcraua YHHII Jamapul li col
lision bare been arriving Itt Ttrlous
1W1L Nu Mi1ou fatnlltlM are report
ed The Hrltlfth Rte mrr MMdl < wm from
HuH October 1 to HambtirK
Me the British Hleamer Cutuir which
arrived at London October 1 fr6m
TaUrmo hare been In colUstan art tlw
GftdHin Band Both va 58 uirtnlneil
mush damage The MluJletsn if full
cf water
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