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Various boards of trade throughout the German Empire are taking action In the matter. . They assert that the regulations of our department are unduly harsh, and that In view of the restrictions Imposed by the. German laws against adulterations they are superfluous also. Consul General Guenther of Frankfort advlaed the State Xepartment of the furor that has been created In Germany by our wine regulations. Ha further re ports that the statements made by Ger man Boards of Trade regarding the purity of native wines are not borne out by facts. He aays there are frequent trials in that country for wine adulteration, which to a widespread vlL CARRIE NATION'S PORTRAIT IS SMASHED AT TOPEKA. Llfe-ftlse Cray Bsmwtasj rawasl to Maiaa la a State Hlatar- tcatl aaefety. Topefca. Kas.. July 29. A crayon draw ing, almost life-size, of Carrie Nation, was discovered in the State Historical Society rooms to-day In ruins. The act had evidently been committed during the night. The glass and frame were smashed Into bits, and the canvas slashed almost beyond recognition. There is not the slightest trace as to who did the work. NOTICE. Mentis and nea'h Notl'.ea -sertr4 t The Renutilte wll foramrdad b tele graph 10 any one or all of the papers irw) teliar for elraoltaneoue publication, wtthest extra rkarge. It a re-tuert t- to accompanies the ropy. Notitee received after tnMtiurM ear.eot lie forwantad. bew erer. until the-neat ereatag. Oil'sao R -If avail. 7ltei-M P'-ln Dealer. Vr- Ye-V Tree TtifjilA Cwtirler. Phlia. f-iiMV I.-Ir. Cincinnati Enqulrae. ltt.Vj'-r Iia-teh. Bton Globe Re-iieeter Herald. TCaaM-iston Post. Ml-neaou'l. Trtntisje. Pro M-e Jxrrnat. )rcue Pct-M,aa4 St. Paul Pioneer Free.. ENLARGED PORTRAITS. A IJc-iuttful Ilfe I'orlrait antl Frame for ir you bring mis aa CMSCEIT AIT AM MfcTRAIT CI. - 1ZSI S. Iiwlwi?. St. lesals. Klnlucli A 1212. 1 ILEXiMER, UMIEKTUEI, 1433 OLIVE ST. Teltlae-a tteaacaoat 49 A. Kta ftten C T3I. rer Cleieett. 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HI hf)iix-on ?!. juv r ?. .ij.1 1 Jnfin lisJ-an. :eiej hu.rcj tt tlar-a Rahap vee lleer- ftr er Marttt. Jlm M' Cntl Zarspxt. Mr tlrfrc G-MlarO aid 1 as4 rranela GU.nl. atei u -ara. t"u-tra will tav. rlre r.-wa th fami:T re.. Uene. No. :i Ij Salle i-et. en Tuea-tar uuat I. 15, a: j p -a, si. Keuc'a Tliarch. Irene to "'.iar C-trtrj TrteS'ta T tamllr are latttr to atteri. A ROOfimt ll'ah ... for tt. repne. ef t-e ars.t of Sira. Slara-aet r tieer wtii :. hM JtreJar Brrafca at t o', t ,n gtrttft't caurra. !: It a cd Va-renter aTtctars. FTteciia anl rttlrta oordlally Isrttei. IX taemcTy ef w ifear auatk. T'tUlJ. tf naterweyer. Jll4 Julr . :H4 vieae t-ervtr. vr ltcgera ta tia .ttt it hta lorlra; tfe. Aucr. eTERiti:XR. WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO. ttsrocivx mrmmmr. tgsf:t?. CfflUltfiflMllIIOl le . TSe aai le.- a-4a Cnatllal. m TOO LATE FOR CUSSJRCATHMI aagffatalBga(affaarsTsasBa ST. VCH1S. aiSt-Taias-iaf salt; aae Mack rtsaa rjr Wa-: test tf- TATtOR. Itt X-aa-eaoat boaaar: aaa lajt. ta'aan: peecUa bats. afceJ. eir.ti.at arerr OENTUE aaatRy Can at TOGO'S OEIICIAL REPORT OF HIS GREAT BAnLE SAYS VICTORY WAS WON IN 37 JWNUTES . , . , Admiral Tells How He Arranged His Fleet in Squadrons, Keeping Battleships Together, and Fell Upon the Advancing Enemy's Van and Rear at Once Rojestvenky's Ships SoonThrown Into Confusion Torpedo Attack at Night Caused Terrible Melee. ' ' KEPUBUC SPECIAL. . - m A. m . New York. Jaly 29. Adulral Togo's report of the tettto of the Sea of Japaa U told for the trit Use la the report to the Japaaese NTyDepmrt Bwt. .which has Jatt reached here. It correct 1b lBiportast esseatlata earlier unofficial reports of the battle. There has beea. la particular, much adverse criticism ubob the Uctlcs employed by Admiral Togo, not only la his attack upon the Russlaa vaa instead of on lu center or nar. but la the division of his own forces. No less an authority thaa Admiral Sir E. R. FremaaUe. R. X.. reached the con clusion that Togo had divided up his ships before the battle, and that, keep ing with himself only the foar Irst-class bettleshlps and the two armored cruisers. N'lshla aad Kasaga, he had steamed ronad the aorth ead of Shashima, while Kamlmara, with the other six armored cruisers, was to appear at the same time south of Shashima, 10ft miles distaat. TOGO KEPT HIS HEAVY SWPS TOGETHER. As a matter of fact. Admiral Fremaatle ha beea led astray by a dis patch which appeared la the Loadoa Times some time after the battle. It was stated la this that Admiral Togo did divide his heavy ships la the mea ner Indicated. Oa the other hand. Togo's owa vereioa of the tactics em ployed proves that he kept his heavy ships together at the opening of the light, aad that his four battleships aad at least six of bis eight armored cruisers steamed diagonally toward the enemy's van. By this means a devastating Are was opened upon the leading Russlaa ships and the whole force was speedily thrown Into disorder. As soon as this demoralization became apparent the six armored cruisers under Kamlmara were ordered by Togo to steam at their fastest, so as to get in the enemy's rear. What Admiral Fremantl- calls the "shrop dog" tactics of the battle seem, there fore, to have been adopted after the concentrated fire of all the heavy ships had done the initial work. Had Admiral Togo taken the course attributed to him in the earlier cable dispatches, it Is difficult to Imagine how he could have escaped !efeat. Admiral Togo's report, after telling of learning from two picket ships of the enemy's presence and the formation of the Japanese line of battle as previously ar ranged, continues: SCOUTS REPORTED ENEMY'S FORMATION ACCURATELY. "As the day was foggy, it was impossible to see further than five miles, but the scouts reported the enemy formation as clcsely as if It had been within my own range of vhrlon. "IWore I could make out the enmy. I had become convinced that Ms fighting detachments consisted of the whole of the Ercoad and Third squadrons, accompanied by about sewn special service vessels; that his formation was a doubt-.- column ahead; that his main force occupied the position at the van of the right column: that his special service vessels followed In the rear: that his speed was about twelve knots and that he Intended to advance to the northeastward. "1 availed myself of these reports in determining to engage the enemy about 2 p. m.. with our main force near Oklnoshima. In the hope that I could crush htm by con centrating on the van of his left column." When they appeared through the fog. th disposition of the enemy's ships turned out as Togo surmised. The order to engage was at once issued to all hands, and at rlfty-flve minutes past 1 p. m. the signal. "The fate of the Empire depends on this fight. All do better than ever." was communicated to the squadrons within range. SIMULTANEOUS ATTACK ON VAN AND REAR. "FVr .1 while afterward, our main fighting squadron liat'Ied around to the south ward and westward, as If It were passing the enemy on the Tirons coarse, but at five minutes after 2 p.m. it suddenly turned to the east and. changing front, steamed obliquely for th? enemy's van. "Our armored cruiser squadron also took the same course, while VIco Admiral Dewa's and Vice Admiral Mru's fighting detachments, the crttlfer squadron and Rear Admiral Togo's squadron speeded southward and attacked the r-ar of the enemy, in accordance with the prearranged belligerents at the opening of the fight of "The van cf the enemy, hard pressed little to starboard, and at eight minutes after 2 p. m.. opened Are. We did not re ply at once. but. on reaching the range of S.0OO meter, our fire was fiercely concen trated on the two leading ships of the ran. In conseqvence of this, the enemy seemed to turn more to the southeast, nmt flnallv to the eastward. RUSSIAN FLEET QUICKLY BECAME DEMORALIZED. "The Russians by this time had formed an Irregular column ahead, their line of general advance being parallel to our own. The Oslabya. the van ship In the left column, was evidently badly damaged by our fire, and at last caught fire to such an extent as to force her out of the fighting line. "At this time our armored cruiser squadron had reached the rear of the nnln fighting squadron and the converging fire from all our forces was directed with still greater precision, as the range rhortened. Fire also broke out on board the enemy's flagship, the Knlas Souvarofl. and the chip following, the Imperator Alexander III.. and they were scon compelled to leave the "The enemy's formation continued disordered, and many of the ships In the rear caught fire. The smoke arising rom these WILL COST ONLY 25 CENTS TO TRY FOR If Applicant Is Successful in Uintah Land Drawing It Will Cost Him f 18 for Piling Fees and Commissions Before He Can Move on Property and Afterward He Must Pay $1.25 an Acre tu Acquire Title. ACCOMMODATIONS DURING THE LOTTERY TO SUIT ANY PURSE. Ev.r:K op HOME:sT:.niaG l.l AT tlT..H OPEMSG. as Fee :tnd corntnlsalnns. IIS. s For land (rrar b paid within five vcarsl. S1.2 an acre. Kallrnad fare to Utah or Grand , Z Junction. Colo. Arcimnw.Litlon while awaiting 4, X outcome of Irawlnj;. .a. 2 aa Th- Il.put-llc ltureaa. TVvatt rtitlMins. .4th an.l P Streeta Wasalncton. July . Many Inquiries bavins reached the Washington Hureaa of The RrfiuMIc asking the espenae and prc-!ure Incipient t rartlciputlng In the .Irantne fer hem-steads at the epenlne ef the Uintah Reservation In Iltah nest month the following Information on the suMert a .ecure.1 frem officials of the iernmnt IjiimI office: Arprolmatel- til in fees and enmmts ions S the only lmnWlate expense to 1 borne by the successful hotneeeker who enters the, reservation. While the lands are p b- sold at the nominal rat of $1 13 an aere. nor.e of this money is to t.e pal.1 until the entryman rr-sents hla final proofs Th! will be not le than fourteen month after he first enters the f.i acrts which he chooses for a future bnte ... . . If the homesteader deslrea. he need not rriKnl his flt.a'. proof? for five years. Whenever he prerents these proofs, show ing that he has actually dwelt upon the lan-I. mad. improvements am! cultivated It. PAjroent Ik tc he made at the rate of JlSaii arre. not before. Land officials figure thit with fourteen months as a minimum anJ five years as a maximum anr settler should be able to pay for his let: at the low rate charged. The mor.er r reived from the sales of this land revtrta to the Indians. In ac cordance with treaty stipulations. ARKANSAS LUMBER MILLS ARE BURNED Lo in Fire at Gifford Etttimiited at $40.000 Property Believed to Have Been Well lanured. nETUBUCsrECIAL. Malvern. Ark, Julv S.-FIr brok out at tre teAK cf the Stewart Alexander limber Company at Ctfforo. four mil" iorthof herTla-t night, and destroyed ihTplanlsg rain, two dry Wins, the two liV Tinntber sheds, and about a million feet of drst and second grade regber. to gether with tramways, lamber sa-ggtsa and other arpltsnces. Nine box cars. H!d with lumber, srer also totally destroved. The Sre etgtnytt cd underneath tbe toolroom and spread rapidly to the other pans ef th aUat named. The loss win be aroJsatry taXsaX althoagh the exact amount canixat a Uawtcw MIK Us searred that ta plan. Such was the tactical attitude of he May T.. by our main fighting squadron, steered a fighting lln. vessels was swept br a southerlr wind A HOMESTEAD The only espenre that n:ut be met by thuso ln reenter for the orening will be a S-cent notary's fee. Should a tro p-clle mmvstV'dcr not ! successful -n -t-ciirir.g a Miitable piece of land, cositlve- ly no other charge arm i. made. The many thousands who necessarily will be unawe to nna ruildbie lands, therefore, tvuli und under nimparativtly no expense. the Ijind office H concerned. in.-, fcrtunatrt erougli to draw tar .i.' i Only thp aiiYi niftnlmn :. lll InsttrM tk. .Iiutl.. of good Iiorr s will have to mnke a further inymenl. The tecular entry fe under tho mmestead law Is lift. In addition, a cont rr.!"sUn of 2 rr cent of the voltie of the land will he charged against each entry fan. This will nmoiint to approximately ;8. maklns the entlie entry fee"lH. payable when tilt, homesteader first enters his land. , The only other Items of expense that r.e-d 1-e looked after are railroad fares and accommodation in Utah wh'Ie await ing the outcome ' the drawing. The railroad fare, of course, mil vary with the. dNtan-e traveled, while the ey.-ene connected with a stay In Utah will depend largely upon the tastes of the home seeker. Many wilt "revgh It", In tents, and many others will aval! thenisejves of whatever they may find on the scer.e In the way of aecornmoditlons. all camlld-ttes te enter thWr claim In per- ' son at some one of the established agen c!e Grand Jt:t ctlon. Col.. or Vernal. Prtee or I'rovo. Utah ar- honorably dis charge.! soldiers or sallorp-. They may J tepreenteI at the drawing bv filing a "declaratorv statement" throush a dulv applnted agrr.t. mho m-it le equlrped I wiin pow I soldier or must tlx-e successful Itn power or nttnrner jr such a retire.! sailor should rt an award hi uron It and say for It. as other ful applicants. property burned is fairly well covered by insurance. The recently oraanlred Rockwell Manu facturing Company, a co-icern composed of local men. formed for the purpose nf manufacturinc door and window- creer.s lost about g worth of machinery, ma terial and nto-jejs. which It had stored at the plant of the lumber ccroptn-. STENOGRAPHER GETS FORTUNE ! MIm Edna Dickerunn Inherits i Millionaire's Estate. Mlaneapol's. July 3-Ttrecah the d!a- ssisemj cz rrwceeiiings .n ..is uutnet Cccrt I tarn! inxnMI. . MM w . to-day. MKs Eatya Dkkerion. a Chicago iStSes. Ja.r -Arrived: rtedrkSi -stenographer. came into ud:ute.j Orosea. New frk. a Miateata aaa CCr passmlpa f the estate tf Albert John- ?"-, ,. -sa-!t,a- Minaeaota r:to soru the deceised MlsneapolU millionaire. . "'? J!r 3.-3a.na. juneeaora. m Upon a stipulation t:in Doctor Asa I Vis,.. Jdr 3 -Bailed: Valerias. New Johnson, contestant, who e a brcther of virmt vurtoser. the deceased, and Miss Dickerson. the MTttaxsHiw. Julr 3-"4: Sew Tetk. prcpoeeat. the District Cotrrt appeal frcra , n vuk. Ma ,-rM;,, .- .. v the order admitting the will to probate. 1 Rotterdam. July a.-ild. Nocroaat. Jw was dlmisaed. and judgment a farming tiwtMMt . ea i ii 4 xaa orcer oi tat rrsswic v.oun was en tered. Asa Jotrctsn contested the will en the ground that bis brother waa sot of sound mine. atvery day aoed pesittor.s are advertised ta Ta pbrpaDBc's "Tlerp Wsattd" colama. and entirely enveloped th enemy, already wrapped In fog. In consequence of this, oar win fighting squadron was obliged tojnjpend lu rfor whB. "Oa onr side various ships sustained damage." The" Asama was struck br three shells at tho water line near the stern, her steering' gear was damaged and she sprang a leak. She had to leave the fighting line temporarily, bat. hav ing provisionally effected reralrs. shortly afterwards 're-entered th action. VICTORY DECIDED IN THIRTY-SEVEN MINUTES. "Such being the condition of 'the fighting between the two. main forces, vic tory or defeat was practically settled at a quarter to S o'clock p. m. that Is, In period of about thirty-seven minutes. " Our main force, still forcing the enemy to the south, fired desultorily at him whenever be was discovered among the smoke and fog." Continuing, tbe report tells of the sinking of the Oslabya at tea minutes past 1 p. ra.. of aa attack by the Chlbaya.ond the destroyer flotillas at S p. m.. oa tbs dis abled battleship SouvsroB. causing her to list, and la watch two destroyers were struck by shells and escaped destruction, though In a critical condition. Then tbe enemy turned to escape southward and were soon lost tat sraoke aad fog. Pursuing, tbe Japanese mala fighting squadron sank th enemy's special service vessel Ural, and Just before sundown found six of tbe Russians' atata fore trying again to escape to tbe Northwest. These were engaged at one. As darkness fell, a battleship of the Borodino type In th vaa burst bite flames and after aa explosion sank. Tbe vessels of the armored cruiser squadron, pursuing th Russlaa cruisers further north, saw another battleship of the sam type capsls and sink. TORPEDO BOATS BEGAN THEIR ATTACK AT DUSK. As soon as night fell, tbe Japanese torpedo boats and destroyers began their at tack, supported by the detachments under Vice Admirals Dewa and Urlu and Rear Admiral Togo (the younger), and by the cruiser squadron under Vice Admiral Katoaka. The Russians were enveloped on three sides, and. alive to their danger, fled southward and again changed their course to the east. The first attack lasted from SOS unlll II o'clock. Admiral Togo rays: "Prom sunset until this iour the enemy had defended himself to tbe utmost by gtmflre and searchlights, but finally he was compelleJ to give way to our attack. His ships lot sight of each other and srpcrately sought to ercape. A terrible melee ensued, which, at the close, resulted Ir. the complete loss of the fighting and navi gating capacity of the Slssol Vellky. the Admiral Nakhlmofi" and the Monomach. all of which were successfully torpedoed. Thtee lapanese torpedo boats were damaged. tllher by gun fire or collision." At dawn on the second d.iy. May 2. the cruiser squadron discovered the main force of the remaining enemy to the east, heading northward and eastward. The Japanese main fighting and armored cruiser squadrons at once pressed upon the Russian line. FINAL BLOW STRUCK NEAR LIANCOURT ROCKS. ; The Togo (Rear Admiral) and Trlu fighting detachments also Joined the cruiser squadron and threatened the enemy's rear. About half past 10 a. m.. and nt a point eighteen nautical miles south of Takeshtma MancouTt Rock), the enemy's vessels were completely enveloped. They consisted of the battleships Nicolas I and Orel, the coast-defense ships General Admiral Arraxlne and Ad miral Scnlavln and the cruiser Ixumrud. Another cruiser straggled far behind in the south and finally disappeared. "The enemy's vessels." the Admiral continues, "had been severely damaged and were no match against our superior force, so tbat. Immediately after the opening of gun fire by our battleship and cruiser squadrons. Rear Admiral Nrbogatoff.. com mander of the opposing rquadron. ard his subordinate officers, expressed a desire to surrender. I. therefore, accepted this proposal and specially permitted tbe officers to keep their swords. "The enemy's cruiser Iiumn:3. availing herself of hr high speed, escaped south ward prior to the surrender, but. being headed off by tlie.Togo figMIng detachment, then ran eastward. The Chlltose. arrlvlrg from Aburatanl Bay, after sinking en route the same morning one of the enemy's destroyers, set out fit onee In pursuit of the Ixumrud. which, however, made good her escape In a northerly direction." The report tells of the attack i:pon nr.d destruction of the crjilser Strietlana and destmyer Rystu by the cruisers Otowa and Xltaka and destroyer Muracuui. during, the same morning, and of the sinking of the Admiral Oushakofr In the afternoon by the cruisers lwate and Yakumo. Admiral To;ro nli-o tells of the pursuit of the Russian destroyers by the Ssyanaml and Kogero the same afteiwion. and of the surrender of the RedovL with Admiral Rojcstvensky and his staff, during the r.lght. He relates the story of the repeated torf-lo attacks on the cruller Dlmltri Donskol. and of finding her sunk next morn ing. He also tells of other detached flsbts. The final net results were the sinking of th SifFoI Vellky. the Xakhlmoif and the Vladimir Monomakn. all of which were defenseless, or.ing to previous attacks. TOGO'S LOSSES ONLY THREE TORPEDO BOATS. The enemy's fleet, which attempted the passage of the Sea of Japan." con cludes Admiral Togo, "consisted of thirty-eight vessels, and only a few cruisers. - . m S aAB !.! aai.aaaifa kw 4si ) seaUM) ,tstrny?rs and jipclal-acrvice snip nrve illlll wur --i- ... .--.-- Iv lis. The losses or our neel uuring me ran nay mnir " "'" ...rr-" bolts There ar- some vos.els which have sustained more or less damage but .me of the n is infit for future, service Our tt.aal casualties throughout the P.e? amounted to ft officers and men killed and SIS wounded. net nmnuni'u -.,,. - .u.i t .how much dlsnarltr as com- Itl int. enen i.'rd with our., and the Russian omcru nnu ra. u rau-i n juwm. .. with th- utmost energy on lehalf of their country. TWO PERSONS ARE KILLED AND 56 INJURED IN WRE6KS Enfrincor antl Fireman Lose l.ivrs in Derailment at Diaz, Ark. Thirteen Are Hurt. nnruBUc BrnctAt. Dlaa. Ark.. July S.-Southbound passen ger train on the 81. IvjiiIs Iron Mountain and Southern Rallroa'l. which lelt at,. Louis hist night for Ttxarkana Ark., was wrecked here to-day. ..... William Horton. engineer, and A. Doo lln. fireman, were killed. The Injured number thirteen. One Ps senger was dangerously Injured. Relief trains went from Little Rock to the scene of the wreck. The Injured are: ! J- C 1 , 'f, , ' ,.j-jiair. IZ. PAYNE, real! e'er. St. laraa; ten- McLOUOHUlN. St. Utils. mall crk: j MARTIN. Hot Spriras. k. u Kitt'uen. s' lyljia. vapiiva m-.-M- k ntrw:R cti!ev w. I. Vr;f:i Auttln. Ark. MAX MBTKJt. Mot !-rtr.a. ll:. OKI. IIOKl'LICR. rterman. W M. rtKAVK.-". eoniuctor. Malvern. Ark. J. N. IIAVKIN!. brakeman. Arkadelplila. Ark. MAnGnrrr staples. f I. HAlUT.It. ROSA c-IIAIXnfKT. Dallas. Tex. The train Jumped the track at a switch whit, minlnv nt full sneed. At the Irn Mountain headquarti-rs. the suspicion has J aneu .mat mr iiti w.i. a- ' wrecked. An Investigation has been or dered. The train Is known as the Cannon lall." When the engine struck the switch It rolled over, and the cars crashed upon It. Th cars caught fire and burned. It Is reported that a man and a small boy were cremated In the day coach, but this has not yet ben verified and no wit nesses can be found. Within a hort while after the accident the passengers who wer Injured were taken to Newport, where they received medical attention. MOVEMEST9 Of OCEA TESXCL. New fork. July 9.-t!ai:ed: Caledonia. tjustnMawn. July S. Arrived: Etrurto. fwn Havre? July St. Armed: La Bretagtw. fom New ""i-irk. Julr Arrived: Hluarhtr. llaniburc. La "ouralee. from Havre. !Hmpt..n.Jalra-Aimrt. I'AUadelpcia, N.ii t via I'irmouth aad Caertwurg. Mivlli. Jaly - el.ed. Caiombla. flora Cl-.eib4.urr. J'r all New Tors, from fcutr-imi tuo. -w iot. lotr. Julr . .iallaU. Valerian.!. Delg. a5.tu. ! " .-ArrtT-dJ Numldua. New r. fw uvjtjs'. aal ceoceedeo. New Yerk. July .-Arr:ve4: gt. Psul. ..:r..i.- .. r-,.t.2.a titled- Kreuc. I SalSi siVaaba. Lomvm: .laad. Aatwersv Ta lv.r. I'.'.!. xaraeuiaa. ianan. . rT 1V1 .r-i u.rr.x. Naslltaa 1-naca. 1 t. t!-- -a.i. HantMira. CrsrjiBin. July r-niied ReptfMtc. fwta Utrn-ooU tor jKan. Havre. Jlr .-t!ed: la Oascngae. New Ttra. jjverto:'. Ja!r " Arrived real im yjecec via McviJe. : VUglaiaa, Mrat- !? "isT S' Cherbourg fatladelphla. tVMtcantptoa Tvra vva iaKar. .. ii.la Julr s:-ArrlTe4: joctitsn. wior. a-ajarao. jit a,-ann. T ' - - - - StsllUa rttece. yarl-. fae New York. SJiVrXua. Jalr .-ArrtT.d: Raadai New Tcrk. via m wat tnr a RerubUe Waat Ad? irs I aw as as. ro aemre a caaraeteat mMsa-l m-F ar drsarsnwt wfli take iwar ad. wapm rv.i. u-.iii . -..,.,. ..- - . . x . . .- -..w. Forty-Three Persons Wounded la Accident at Ozark. Ark.l- lieved Five Will Die. REPITil.TC SPECIAL Jackson. Ark.. July S3. Forty-three per son; wer.t Injured in tho wreck of tho Kansas) City Special on tbe Little Rock and Fort fsmltii Railway at Uxark at S oVlocl: this afternoon. 1'hj.siclans who ar.-attending the Injured persons, all of v. horn were brought to this city on it relief train, say that five of them v. Ill t'.ie. The Injured are: JOHN tVAU. nf St. Iiuls. traveling sales mm; com fractured and Internal lnjur.a; ae rloua. ralesttan for Knwn A Uault: two deej scalp wittn: fatal. A. r. IJANT if Xentph's. Tna.. trareuag Kit tiliiKFXN r lttie i:-eic. p'arer en Miittn Atrr.s baa.tali team; tits ftactarea and Int.iral Injurttr: fatal. MU'.S i:rill.l. HAK1CI9 of 8pa!ra: deep cut la tteav:; ratal. Sti: ASNt.s U-At-"I1 dacchter ef Superln ten'lent Valvh of the Misnucri lartoc at .V vatla: badlr eut In face. O. V. i:AI.L cf Kanaaa City, steamntter; a;rlru. .1IAUI.ni STmvAItT ef Kanaaa City. stats fitter; aertoua. I. J. U'YNSr. cf Little Itnefc: leaa hurt. A, II. SIOKKV -f Kanaas Oly. aeaiintter: ar?ous It. II. GROYNE cf Kansas Cty. steamntter; rlovs. MU1. fARROI.t. of Utile RreU. -.li: 1'f.ltKhl.L tf Little liv. U. C ItltlRng rf Little Rock. A. V. IKil'fB -t IJttl- H-tek. I: A. J-r.TTlKtJltK ef Little Rnek. ati mat aRjaitrr f uttie nek. i E. MAlNilY of Little K'-ea. II. II. ItA'ON of Utile Rock. M. IMI1ARI or t.lttle liek. II IS)TTER of tJttle KoeV. miss riJML '-.nmiirr of itti Rnck. H. J. ASHLET f Ifntonvllle. Ark.; tack anU hea! -vit. R. c. THOMPSON of Pardar.e!.. Arte: back ari'l head rut. MRS. J. W. LEB of VInlta. I. T : ta-k hurt aaJ Injurl tnternsllv. MRS tV. II. CERMAN of Coffeyvllle: body euiaea. J. E. SPILLER of t-itln of tit!n. I. T-: hlt brilae.t. SI'lLt.ER ef rmstin. I. T : FANNIE MAI faee brultM. OEOROK KIHRT of fwglaasr. Mich.; Lnee rut an.J alfrtiMer htrt MRS. KATE CKtrtV cf Pragtje. o-..; cut en fceas. J. E VANS. Iirlr.. A-k; left Mr. bruised R It. CIlRferTuIlfKK cf lint KluJT. Ark.. tatk an! hlr brnl i. r. R MrINALI of Spilra. A-k.: heid. Is ara aims Injur- D. W iMtORTll. Mlrgs. Ark.: head eut and ali-Her trul5 O. St. N4TION. Ct.l3 Ctaelc Ark.: left hvnd and kn-e Irafxl O. r. HARVET. W.tle R-efc. Ark.: hal. 1-g ant hcutt.r Irjvre; TOM RIsTEK. Hpatfra. Ark.: left arm In Jjred. RAYLE GARNER. Marshiirs Ku. Ark.: arm and leg hurt. IARR!aN COVINiSTON. Ruaaellvllle. Ark-: beat and bark Snjarefl. IKiN CARrENTER. IJttla Reck: rlM tip anl arm h'-rt O. r. WALKER. MansStM. Ark ; nea-5 and left rbsuKer tnrar"! W. r FERGUSON. Tcrt Bavlth. Ar.: l-ft baa I hurt. J A. rrrCOC:. Alma. Ark.; hip and legi Intarea. FRET PKTTT. Jenny Uci Atk-: bead asd anna hsrt. Of the slsty fassergrr on the train only seventeen escaped injury. The wreck was racred hy the spreading of tb rails. Everr creich left the rails and the, second coach and Cxit Pullman mere telescoped. The sireck occurred within Cfty feet of the Arkansas River, srd It ! fcet'evM that several roa-h-Ht would have rolled Into tlie rrver had ther not been stopped by sev eral large Cottonwood trees growing fcy th lvnk. Medical attention was received by the In jured at once, as there were several ays-, cia on ta tram, a retier rrstn waa v i arracks! for and brooarht the this cttr wRhas a few hears afte week. Ta aaasaaarrs aa ta IRI6AN JACKIES COMPLAIN OF BAD FOOD AND COOKING Crews of Eight Bat tteshitw Now at New York Declare That Meat la 8erre1 to Them That a Doc Woald Keftue to Toach aad That the Ceaeral Mesm oa Navy Not Oaly of Bad Quality but of iMaffieieat Quantity. ONLY. THE MEN OF THE MISSOURI ARE NOW SATISFIED. RRPUBUC SFECTAU New York. July Si. Indigestion, mere powerful than the gun of the greatest rowers In the world, threatens the United atates Navy, accenting to the crews cf the eight big battleships trader command of Rear Admiral Kvan. lying in the North Hirer. This Is tbe largest American fleet ever a tabled at on time la an American part. If ther are to be believed, the food Is bad aad the cooking worse. Open charges or "grail are maae. and ox a ncmocr oi sailors frees various ships, who were questioned as to th food, only the men of th Missouri said they had no complaint to make. . . To meat served the general mesa Is bad. the Bsen declare: the menu Is rarely varied and. when the quantity Is sufficient, the quality w oaa. Testtmory to this effect from a few sail ors would be set down to the grumbling Inherent- In the blae Jacket nature, but there Is no minority report on this occa sion, according to the cresis. "Ther are Just three ships m the squad ron that are good feeders." said a man on th flagship, the Maine. -The Missouri m one. They act nrst-ciaas gran on nrr. The Illinois and th Kearsarge are pretty fair. The other fire ships are abomina ble. Th Kentucky Is something terri ble." ' "TOO MITCH GRAFT." 'There Is too much graft. said an nn-der-otflcer of the Kearsarge. That is the trouble. Of course wc have our own mess and fare all right, but I must say that the men have cause for complaint. The food Is of poor quality, but the rooks are the real cause of the trouble. Tfcey are Inefficient." 'I have reen meat cut up that was, full of magguts." said another sailor. "it smells something horrible. A dog would not est some of the meat that Is fed us. tVhen It gets too, bad." broke In an other, "ther cut It up and feed It to us In meat, spuds snd gravy.' W eat that three times a day. Say. boys, what s the most unpopular thing In the United Elates NavyT" ... "Meat, spuds and .gravy." rolled out a unanimous chorv". "One dav last wsek we had frankfurter for breakfast. When It came to lunch had frankfurters again. Then for din ger, for a change, we had frankfurters. And. r.ny. for macaroni, you would think we were a bloody IJago fleet. moment's warn! when the cars 1 ling left of the danger, and tbe track great ex- ...MAM. Vk.A.ltAt The occupants of the coach fought to get to the doors, and several persons were injures! in me, emeu. ozarfc '" 'n"11 st!n for,'r from 'Fort SraltlK ST. LOUIS MAIL CLERK mlles HURT IN DIAZ WRECK. .,t y at..? j.itiiv eA Vn X41 Arsenal street, a "mall clerk, waa In the reck of the Iron Mountain train near uiaw. . Mrs. William McLaughlin, mother of the voting man. said: ... . . "We have not received definite Inrorma tlen as to the extent of my sens Injuries. My son Leigh, who Is also a mall clerk. Jassed John's train Jnst a short time be ore the accident. Along the road he learned of the wreck and heard that John was seriottslv Injured, but I do not think 11 can be true, as we have not heard from him. If he had been serloualr injured he wculd have notlC-d us. I do r.ot want his wife to learn of the" accident until we know how be Is. as sh Is not In good "I have three sons In the service, snd they have been In several wrecks, but thev never ha-e been seriously Injured. fJne of them was In the Piedmont wreck last week." TRAIN DELAYED IN WHEAT FIELD Wabar.li "Continental Limited' Stopped by Hrok" Farm Ma chine TTinu Actor the ' Rails. The -Continents! Limited" trsjji on th Wabash, which left ft. IXJ itin rr morning for New York with 3 passengers : aboard, was delayed thirty-one minutes In the center or a large w ..-. - "I . Honey Beml. III., at 115- a. m.. Jhecause a farmer was unable toiremove his wheat thrher from the tra-. .i .T-i . ....- iii.lut from the train kfter the"eatte of the delay became Known nd watched the train crew moy the thrasher with Its engine., iium im.- it. HonT'nem. Uiir. ' Rt Louis Engine r J. R. ""n-wa" nen wout"'e-";1r",-; . , st a bulky macnine Ing around It. ... e . Vhen the. train came wlth.n a few hnn5re.l yrds of the W.Jeft .Engineer Sweener saw the massive thrasher, with it. irnkeaHlowit engine, lvlng "deml aeVoas tnrfoS" rails, blocking the east nndWest Sound trae:. No westbound train was due nl that time. TI ."'n7J t slowe.1 up" trcmetllately and brought Ills train to a i!e-id stop a few fet away from the farmer. . . . . He was: s.Io-.e and npreareil to have ex erted everv effert to get She thrasher r.d engine from ilie traek". The mr.tl-dl--trlct resident wa greatly relieved uhen the train crew t'ltt In an appearance. The farmer had been working to tt the disabled enulne and thrasher from the tracks for more than an hour, he said, without success. ..... Conductor W. II. K'ran got his trjln crew together, and thy tried ta lift the Mr machine fre.m the tracks. Flnallv. Jaeksrrews were taken from the Wabash engine and the machine lifted. Then It was neceeee.,- f.r the train crew to tie n rope to the trashee and engine, and. after placing the "farm vehicle" on logs, to roll them from the roadbed. The job reoulred thirty-one minutest In which time all the train pas-ngera were standing out In thw wheat field. ST. LOUIS ROADS MAY BE DRAWN INTO RATE TROUBLE. Ta Prevent Divers! af Haathera Travel They May Hedaee Matew flaatera Valat. RnpfRUC SV IAL Chicago. July '. Willi" It was an nounce.! trcday that the conference called ! reitle the Kastern dlfferentLiI rate fight will meet In New Tork next Wednesday, developments are oeeurrirg which threat en to Involve the Weafero road de.rlte rll their effotts to keep clear of the on- tet.. . Differential do ro? usually spply from c t.n'. hut to orever.t the diversion of Southwestern business from that city to tlie chleago gnieway. iins east rrnm St. i-niiia am.oiinc'd their Intention of mak ing similar :edce:l-n from S: LouU to the made frr.rn Chicago. Now the Baltimore and Ohio Pouthwest- m .afn rlilmt fht ma Ifa rnnpartlnm are sharers with It In the benefits ef re. dutlcn It ta but fair that tfcey r hotild also ahare la the reductions of the through rate. When the Western road decMd to ure th reduee.1 differentlil fares as bvsls ratfs. It was nn the understanding that they should reeeUe their normal propor tion la divisions of through tatrs. Should tle fMrjthwestem claim be granted, a s.rr.Uar one wculd douhtles be made by roads east from Chicago, and there would be a general Involving of the Western roads In the losses of a conflict to which they arc in no sense parties. Awwwtate ssaMsiap aal KSPCBUCSPKCIAU Waahlngton. July--Isaae Wayne ef fM. Louta. Watden E. Mun of Mcntgom- City. JSOt: la. v. vtteerx or neneca. and Charles H. Butrtck of Marion- Ms., rave neea appoiaica rauway larks. Iks snd steaograpr.ers secured Igk KepuMle waat Ads. mn ta aest sit. f double traca two mure "";.","; the train neared the P-.Kln'nrrr eenev-cocld see a man fugging awny .. I Ximachlne and frfcaently walk- Most Vessels Is Pi- - to :the "5f 1ft mhM.1! ma Iva.l I ttlA COOka ' good, but they make It worse than It waa la the flnrt place. Say. MyoBeaa get a job as a cook In tbe United States Navy. But a cook on board these skips coulun't get. a Job la the worst beaaery oa the Bowery. EVANS'S STATEMENT. There waa a good deal of complaint." said Rear Admiral Evan. wh ;ni the view of the men were told him. "but I ar not heard any latety. I often go out and eat lunch at the men'a mess, aad I Sno tt perfectly satisfactory. "Of course, we occasionally find maggots In the ham. Just aa you would la your own house, but such meat Is imtaedtatetr thrown over the side. All tbe fresh as. Is Inspected by the Paymaster. I do not believe th men hare any cans for em plaint. Among Mi men we cannot satis fy everybody. There will always tt sot gmmhlers." Judging from the rrp-rearing Urn that some of the Jackie hare been barms stiir they were sent ashore th day Teforiir terday. there win be a good many er duffers" below. On the Bowery hut rdsag they mixed things op la great styw. The first thine for Jack to do. of was to "llcker m ami after that ' went Joyfully enough too much so for some. A half score of fights were fought for no reason In particular, aad ther were many scores of veMng questions happily settled without recourse to blows. All of the ftXent shows and the daac halls got the joyful patronage of th sail ors and the "tartlsts made a special bid to please them with improvised songs. Any reference to the sailors, of course, was most uproariously tpptauded. To-day lOCrt more Jackles were let loss for a two-davs frolic. They are th other "watch" and will doubtlesa continue to kep the ball of revelry rolling on until Monday noon, when they must go back and get things shipshape to weigh anchor the next morning. It Is natural to expect some desertions. There always ar dst gruntled ones, who will take this cbanc to Jump ship. But It Is not expected that the number' will be large. From the Missouri, which seems t ft a popular ship, the sailors assert that there will be no desertions at all. -We are the best-fed bunch of any mess- in th navy." said on to-day- Th5 call tt the Ice-cream rookies on th other ships." MERGER A BLOW TO DUNNE'S PLANS Fifty-Four Millioa Dollar Ou OompanT Combine May Prertt 3Innicipal OwHership-St. Iswria Men Interested. f..- REnrHI.IC BPECIAT. in.)...., T.iiv ss Announcement msde to-day of the practlcalwnmletkaa of the underwriting of the I5t.0ag.m9 sradl cate which Is to absorb all of thy larg street railway car and equipment com panies of the country. - . .. The fact that the MeXulr-CmMn Ccmpany. which has been depended tmoa b Mayr Dunne to equip the proposea mulclpal lines, will go Into the deal, and It Is believed will prevent eompetiUr bid ding for contracts and place th city at the mercy of the combine. The merger Is said t"1JB,,t!1J!:iefi Brill Company of Philadelphia, whlcn tskts In the American Car company and the John Htevenyon VP1!'nyj...,,."aTif Loula Car Company, which has built sWT or tho new cars for the ITnfan Traction sys tem, and the Mcaulre-runirolngs Manu facturing Company of Chicago and rarisv IIL Edwsrd Harrison Bower is slated for tha presidency of the new company, and It Is said that Kuhn. leeb a: Company of Nw Tt'rk will manage the eyntficate. wnkrh has undertaken to float the fiVrna,, a. t is also understocal that tit Barney at Smith Company of Kayton. O.. as well a several smaller concern, ar to a m- CTheU.,cualrc"pakeTt,y of th nw eorpe- ImJmILi Into a bond Lsaue of SlljgixoW. lTw of preferiM stock and R7J06.W of common. aa al.a Waa BxltTaWaHina-ea u usa -- - a.CJB a-alatV the underwriting has been subscribed for as roiiowp. .. . i -x x. fomnanr. tio.oes.9s: J- r nrili of Philadelphia. &WO.-. Oeorg K-o"fich rf SL IK pre-djnt of the 8 laiuis Car Company. JI.JW.'XS) David . F?an"cls?St. LoU --' T"0"" F' nrna.id?,ToTO,rok-fe T I. urrtemood that John J? Mltch-ll of Chicago la also InteUuslt but ss Mr. alltei.ell I'OCto the city, this report could not b eon- Brmd. mmmm GMeraaest Weather Mepsvrt. IVfenai.it tf Asrlcultara. T.-ealher Rureaa. J!e;et.rolol il observatlona re-led at sr. Lirtila July . U'S. at .'JS p. m. lecal rlrneand p. m. .eve-jtynrth m-rnian time. "'- tl-lia made Jt tc aaroa n-.ameni oi iim. tts n. ,. .w H.atlcc. IJir. 4 p. a, i i. n. . -".. j5 X Si .... .Vr .... l S2 e yt e.nudT Abilene. Tes Air.ll.i'. T-X .. . Atltima. : Tl.tlnxre. H1 ... ... Oeer ...kW VI Z .a cuuJr .11 liiln e .-i mdr ... 1't oiuudy ... 'i cooy e C!jr .SO It clo-ady ... Clear lluOaiu. N. V . .NIJ ".I T) W is .. ...K U .. .. ...NW 'ii '.a ..SK Tt ta . ...V K w .. ...av; a! i t. N w '. ,. V K ., n iz : . .. . . t .. . ,. .:: :v it .. .nvv -. .. n : : ,. n : .. .a:iu. I 1 t.alsaiy. .A.o-rta . ti-s ur. i..... tt.cantt-. ". O... Cnatun.- ua. 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Claar . . r-t ,8VT y e Clcudr . rv-udr ,t Rata flvtrhltl. Ks. s n li v. tnw.frr.. I'ark NV." M rx trimy rir.uiwairm. -ir. .. man .m vti ,fc" EDTVAHtl II. ROtTlE. leal toreeaatar. WEDDINGS. JAMES) A. TERR1LL Maeon. Jf- Jslr Jarsea A. Terrll. T tJin o-l. fatfer of th Ia:a-Ju-. wilaaaa tr .rr.:: ailed rudJenlr tere tfc! morBlna?. il .. ne. of the early settlers of stli and vrt,baHr t2 oldest r-.an la th coaatj. just-rii KOHK. Cal. ! T . July Si. Jneapa R-hr. fl.I ecotraetar. fell beneath a UMnrlng rla mi' tdar and waa klllsd. Ua t of the pamieara af this country. MRS. CHARITT T. EKOWN'. Qatar. HI- Jaly 7 -Hi. Ctartty T. it sears oei. me mm or jnaa w. n im i leftist ef tie CoUlas Vtow Coasj ts-ay. scl a IT I W t sb't'.-