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mrm THH THH I iill Hi llLlJlbiUL RELIHFO lliIllEll1IillKllll1 lliIllEll1IillKllll1A1iEng1aid nnrTirp KHUHH fin F H MAFEKIN UiMLjliiliU UiMLjliiliUAHEnglaiid fflAMv T lT > T7THn w G GAllEng1md
AHEnglaiid Rejoices Over Overthe he Rais Raising Raising Raising ¬
ing of the Siege SiegeWhile SirgcAhne SiegeWhfle
While hne tile lie London AV Vztr r OEce Om e linn IInline lins1ccc1yei1 j jReceived
Received ne chctl Xo o OlHcInl Dfupntclicn DfupntclicnReports DtpctchcltelJorbl Dtspntcie DtspntcieReports
Reports From All Quarter An Announce Announee Anflounce ¬
flounce the SjncccaH ucecaH of the Expedi Expedition ExpvdtlionLondon ¬ I IHonLondon
tion HonLondon London Taken a Holiday to toCoutliinr tuCoutlnnr hiGontInur
Coutliinr the Celebration Cclc nltIo1 of the theEvent iheEltt Iie IieEentA
Event EentA A Keellnrr Ielln That the Unit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the War nr In in Sight 51 S1htt htA A Humor That ThatKroner rlntKruger rhntliruacr
Kroner AVII1 111 Surrender When hen Gen GeiiLONDON Gcnernl Genvritl
ernl Uohertll CroHNcH the nnl nnlLO un1LDoN
LONDON LO DON May ray 19 19Whlle While tho London LondonWar LondonWu LondonVr
War Office has received no official an announcement onnouncoment 10 10nouncoment ¬
nouncoment of o the relief fOUelot of Mafeking des despatches dCSpatehes dospatehos ¬
patches from all quarters confirm the re report reIKKt repoft ¬
port that tbat the sleg siege ha hOll b beon on raised raisedTho ra1rodTho ra1soLTho
Tho following deepatah has arrived fiom fiomPretoria uiomPretoria Iom IomPretoria
Pretoria Uat dated d May IS via Ia Lourenco Mar Marquee NarQu nr nrquee ¬
quee Qu May y 10 11 a m mJ IDdapatch n ndoptch
J L despatch from the Malapo laager laagerdeled llgerdated Iagerdet1
dated yesterday Thursday Thu y says 18 A Alarge Alarge Alarge
large British contingent from the south southhaving southhln1ng southhasing
having got into MafekiBg yesterday yester ay the thesiege The8ege he hesiel1t
siege 8ege we as raised the federal commandos commandoswithdrawing commandoswhhdrawlo commandoswkhdrawhig
withdrawing withdrawingAnother whhdrawlo whhdrawlonothcr wkhdrawhigAnother
Another nothcr despatch from Lourenco LourencoMarquee Loureneo LoureneoMarqu06 LoureeoMarquee
Marquee dated today makes the unquali unqualified unquaUtIed unquallfled ¬
tIed announcement that Mafoljing was re relieved rclic relieved ¬
lieved lic = o on May ay 16 IL Despatches from Cape CapeTown CapeTown CapeTown
Town to the Central News ews state tate that the theBritish theBritth theBrIttu
British relief column repulsed the be besieging besieging besiegIng
sieging Beers wkh trifling losses lossesA louesA
A Cape Town despatch to the Central CentralNews CentralN CentralNews
News N S from its correspondent with the
Colonel < olullel IutleiiIovrcH IutleiiIovrcHMafeking lIudcnlucIIIaeking IJavLIPoTelIMaCeking
Mafeking relief column dated at Cape CapeTown CapeTown CapeTownS
Town TownS Saturday 115 1 1 p m says saysV Mysapproached saysipproached
V approached the town from the south southand southand southand
and were attacked by a strong force of ofBoors oCCoors ofBoors
Boors The attack was repulsed and the theadvance theadvaRce theadvasce
advance resumed The Boers retreated hur hurriedly hurriedly hurriedly ¬
riedly and the British pursued pursu them Fight Fighting FightIng FightIng ¬
ing wee continued c nUgu ntinued 1 In a rear guard action actionThe actionThe actionThe
The British casualties were Insignificant InsignificantThe inslgnlficantThe inslgnMcanLThe
The Central News correspondent at atCape atCape atCape
Cape Town telegraphing under todays todaysdate todaySdate todaysdate
date says s s I am permitted by the cen censor censor consor ¬
sor to ray y that the Mafeking relief eol eoluinn rolumn coluinn
uinn consisted of 2000 picked men horn fitnnthe fUllnthe hornthe
the South African Crlcan Light Horse the Impe Imperial Imperial mpe mperial
rial Yeomanry Yeomanr and the Kimberley Horse HorseThey HorseThey horseThey
They loft Klirfberley Kt rley on May Iay 4 1 with thirty thirtyfive thlrtyfive thirtylive
five wagons of stores and ammunition ammunitionfour ammuBltionlour ammunitionfour
four horse artillery guns two pompoms pompomsand pompomsand pompomsand
and trwo Maxims and took a route to he hewestward bewestward hewestward
westward of the railway railwayShort rollvayShort railwayShort
Short official 111ciaI bulletins have arrived at atCape a1CaJle atCape
Cape Town from time to time stating that thattheir thattheir thattheir
their advance was not being opposed It Itis ItIs Itis
is believed in official circles here that the therelief tberellet therelief
relief of Mafeking was effected with the themost l11cmost themost
most trifling trl lng loss lossLondon lossLondon lossLondon
London London Is still celebrating with unbound unbounded ¬
ed joy J joy Y the relief of Mafeking The de delirious dcJirlous dolirious ¬
lirious delight that was manifested over overthe oerthe overthe
the succor of Ladysmith pales into inslg
nificanee in comparison with the tremen tremendous tremenG tremenbus ¬
bus G US outburst that Is greeting the news newsthat newsthat newsthat
that BadenPowell and his garrison are araactually ar aractu areactually
actually actu ly safe safeEngland sarcEngland safeEngland
England now feels that the end of the thewar thear thea
war ar a Is In sight and that adds to the pub public public publie ¬
lic joy Enthusiasts proclaim that the thewar tbewar thewar
war will be over by May 24 the Queens Queensbirthday Queensbirthday Queensbirthday
birthday birthdayReports birthdayReports birthdayReports
Reports from Kroonstad say that Kruger Krugerwill KrugeriIl Krugervill
will iIl surrender as soon as Roberts crosses crossestho crossesthe crossesthe
the Vaal in order to save the property of ofTransvaulers orTransvaalers ofTranavanlers
Transvaulers TransvaulersIt
It Is eighteen hours since the despatch despatcharrived dezpatcharrived despatcharrived
arrived which set England wild with re rejoicing reJolclng reJoicthg ¬
joicing It is the literal truth that not a aminute aminute aminute
minute has since passed without cheering cheeringand cheeringand cheeringand
and extravagant demonstrations This Is Istrue Ist Istrue
true t ue of all parts of London and in every evel big bigcity bigcity bigcity
city in the land landNo lando landNo
No o work In being done in England today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The employes of all the great city houses houseson
on arriving at their places of business this thismorning thismorning thiamorning
morning found this laconic notice posted postedup postEdup postadup
up before them themYou themYou themYou
You may go home homeThey homeThey homeThey
They did not go home They arc n the thestreets therlreets thestreets
streets at the present moment waving wavingflags wavingDags wavingflags
flags singing and nd shouting shoutingNo shoullagotram shoutingNotralile
No Notralile otram traffic Is permitted near the Mansion MansionHouse Mansionhouse lanslonIIouse
House It Is simply Impossible for any anyvehicle anyvehicle anyvehicle
vehicle to force its way through the surging surgingthrongs surgingtbrongs surgingthrongs
throngs throngsTho tbrongsThf throngsThe
The crowd found somewhere a private privatesoldier privateoldier privateold1or
soldier who Is a survivor of the siege lege of ofLadysmjth oCLadS1Jitb OfLadysu
Ladysmjth LadS1Jitb Ladysu th lIe was dressed In khaki and andhad andhad andhad
had to use crutches on account of his hiswounds hisvounts hiswounda
wounds woundsThe vounts vountsThe woundaThe
The crowd carried him in their arms to tothe tothe tothe
the front ront of the Mansion House where wherethey wherethey wborethey
they raised him on a platform of human humanheads humanheads humanbeads
heads and there the multitude still holds holdsand holdsand holdsand
and worships him for aught that Is known knownto knownto knownto
to the contrary as no one can get ge within withina
a block bl lt of the place placeEvery placeEvery placeEvery
Every cab dray and other vehicle InLondon In InLondon inLondon
London carries nags ags There Is hardly a abuilding abuilding abuilding
building In the metropolis that Is not dec decorated decorated dccorated ¬
orated and few of the th countless multi multitudes multltudeu muititudes ¬
tudes on the street arc without some
scrap scrapof scrapor scrapof
of the national color colorRailroad colorallrotd colorRailroad
Railroad trains are similarly decorated decoratedand decoratedand decoratednd
and nd every locomotive greets another with withCHESAPEAKE withCIlESAPEAl withChESAPEAKE
Three Sunday Train
10 a a m 11 a m ann snii m 2 p I m list Lnt train train1ravc
leaves l tltlch ch 630 6 lJJthi
p m Uathins cralibinj cil1ibin mu rnuelc music
sic rcfrcduntnt nlr < < hnuonht 50 0 cents ntl round trip Colum ¬
bia car to dcpot depotACv dcpotXc dcpotNew
ACv Xc New quotation quotntlCln1C nlxvay nln frcnh on onlumber onlumber onlumber
lumber and aD < l mill work by Frank Libbcy LIbbey l Co CosadYave
Uh J aal sadYave X y AVe
the best whistle Imitation of cockadoo ceckadoodiedoo j jdledoo t It I Idle1oo
dledoo that the engineer can manipulate manipulateAt I IAt
At the Stock Exchange there was wasonly only r rnominal anominal J Jnomlnl
nominal session The brokers gave them themselves theml theseselves
selves over to demonstrations similar to tothose toth tothose
those th e on the street outside outsideAt outsideAt outsideAt
At 230 0 oclock this afternoon the crowd crowdIn crowdIn crowdin
In front of the War Office numbered fully fullyocoo
30000 ocoo They were w re waiting patiently patientlythough patientIth patientlythugh
though th ush not silently for official omelal despatches despatchesThe despatchesThe despatchesThe
The thanksgiving service at SU St Pauls PaulsCathedral PaulsCathedral PaulaCathedral
Cathedral which was to have been held heldthis heldthis heldthis
this this afternoon in celebration of the relief relieff reliefcC reliefcf
cC f Mafeking had to be postponed because becausethe becausethe becausethe
the Lord Mayor and the Sheriffs were un unable unable nflable ¬
able to leave the Mansion House owing to tothe toIhe
the 1 hI dense crowd which blocked the streets streetsWSSCKED streetLWRECKED streethWBECXED
A Ccnnzri ISnrr Carrying Car ln 3Inlc to toSouth toout toSoulb
South out Africa frlen KnnAnharc KnnAnharcSAN nQDAMh RnusAMhCrCSAN re reSA
SAN SA DOMINGO DO II GO May 19 19The The steamship steamshipCarinthn steamshipCnrfnthna steamshipcarinthu
Carinthn Cnrfnthna a Cunard liner Is a wreck on onthe onthe onthesouth
the thesouth south coast of oCHlIti Haiti Her hold is part partly pQrtly partly ¬
ly filled fiIled with water waterThe watorThe waterThe
The Carlnlharwhea Cjlrrntha vhell running runnln full speed speedyesterday apcedye speedyesterday
yesterday ye terday struck struc ztrueat fit rat Point Graves Grav and tbo tbova tboYel theveel
va Yel ie was driven dry n high upon the beach beachThe beachThe beachThe
The pilot evidently was mistaken in his hiscourse hiscourse hiscourse
course No loss of lives reported reportedThe reportedThO reportedThe
The ship was w wa s bound from from New Orleans Orleansto Orlirlnsto OrIennto
to Cpe Town With lth 1500 mules for or the theBritish theDrltish theBritish
British Army Many of the animals It ia iareported 13reported isreported
reported are dead as a roault of the ae aeclQcnt neclilcnt aeeiilcnt
clQcnt and the entire on tire cargo may m y be sent sentoverboard sentoverboard lentoorboanL
overboard overboardThe oorboanLThe overboardThe
The loss of the Carlatha If she becomes becomesa
a total wreck will be a serious matter to tothe tothe
the British Government General Rob Roberts RoberiJ Robotis ¬
otis army In South Africa frka needs every everymule cverymule everymule
mule and horse to be obtained and the theCarinths theCarintlm theCaxintha
Carinths was rushing to Cape Town as Tast Tastaa Wt Wtas astas
as steam could carry her with ith the mules mulesand mulesand
and sixty Mxt muloteers with which w hb she clear cleared clearad clearod ¬
ed from rom New Orleans on May 11a 1L 1LThere 1l 1lThere 11There
There are 140 men aboard altogether altogetherIn
In addition to tho thi sixty slxt American mule muleteers muleteers muletears ¬
teers the ship carried carried rrled a crew of eighty eightymen eightymen eightymen
men She is commanded by Captain CaptainCampbell CaproinCampboU CaptainCampboil
Campbell CampbellThe CampboUTh CampboilThe
The Th mules were purchased pure pure1see aeea in Western Westernmarkets Westernmarkets Westernmarkets
markets > 15 5 a 1 head Besides B the Mules Mulesthe Buileethe aislesthe
the Carlatha h 260 tone to of hay ha 45 tOIlS toasof tOIlSor tonsof
of bran and 2512 busheis of oats The Thetotal TIletotal
1 total value alue of the cargo I is estimated at atnooece atioowe
nooece nooeceThe 100 ioowe iooweThe
The muleteers belong ia St Lours Lou Mo MoThey MoThey to toThey
They were ere brought from there owing to tothe tothe tothe
the supply here having been exbamted to tofill tofill tonil
fill former demands for the British Army Armyin Armyin Armyin
in South Africa AfricaThe AfrleaThe AfrisaThe
The Carintha Is a 1 ste steel l twinscrew twinscrewsteamship twfnterew6teamtihlp twinscrewsteamship
steamship of 36K5 tons She was built In InGlasgow n nGlasgow nGIa
Glasgow GIa gow for the Cunard Steamship Com Company C Coinpony < lm lmpany ¬
pany in 1S95 ISS The vessel esse 1 has a length of
445 feet a a beam ot 49 feet and 31 feet feetdepth teetdepth feetdepth
depth of hold Her engines are of the thetripleexpansion thetriple thetripleexpansion
tripleexpansion triple expansion type typeUIOTUTG typeRIOTING typeRIOTING
Effort to Holt HoltProven a z Irunorr Meeting MeetinglrovC 1et1n
Proven 110 a Failure InllureCAPE loUureCAPE FailureCAPE
CAPE TOWN TOW May 19 19All All the British BritlahrcsWonts Brltlahre Britishresfdents
rcsWonts re ldenttl here are rejoicing over the re relief relie relief ¬
lief lie of Mafeking MafekingA
A proBoer meeting at 1t Cradock Cape CapeColony CapeColony CapeColony
Colony Colony which 111cb has been culled by ilr Ir Har Hargrove lIargrave Hargrot ¬
grove grot a member of the Afrikander Bend Boadwas BendWas Bondwas
was stopped and rioting followed followedKEJOICING followedREJOlCING foiowedREJOICING
Mayor Hu JlnII llailton iitoii toll TelcjrrnnhH Tele rnlill Con Couxratulntloiia Co Contratnlntiozis 11 11rntulZtlonlt
xratulntloiia to BnilenIoivell BnilenIoivellHALIFAX nntl BfltlrnioweilHALIFAX nlowell nlowellHALIFAX
HALIFAX N S May tay 19 ItFJags Flags are fly flylog flytag y yhag
log everywhere everYwhere in Halifax today in honor honorof honoroC honorof
of Mafekings reported relief The raHIta raHItary mHltary mM ita itary
ry element which is very strong In this thisgarrison thisgarri thisgarrison
garrison garri on town is particularly jubilant jubilantMayor Jubilant31ayor jubilantMayor
Mayor Hamilton has sent the following followingtelegram followingtelegram followingtelegram
telegram to Colonel BadenPowell at Mafe Mafeking MaCeking Mafeking ¬
king Halifax N S congratulates you youand youand youand
and your people on your OUr heroic defence defenceBEADY defenceREADY defenceREADY
Report Front Antwerp nterp That ICrnser ICrnserand JirneruncI WrunersLed
and Steyii Are Discouraged DlNcoarngvdLONDON DINcourwgeclLOXDO DiscouragedLONDON
LONDON LOXDO May 19 19A A despatch from frpm rpm Ant Antwerp Antwerp Antwerp ¬
werp sent ent today at noon says that a re report report report ¬
port has reached that city from The Hague Hagueto
to the effect that tho Boers Bo rs will now sue suefor suefor suefor
for peace at any cost The statement Is
1 ci H g gfL80J
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l ac acTHE
it itFederal J
Federal Commaudo and Rofeert RofeertOutpoNtiTin RobertJlOutlOlltJl floertOutposts
OutpoNtiTin Outposts 111 Clone Touch TouchLONDdN TouchLO TouchLONI3cN
LONDdN LO May Iay 19 ISLlndley Licdley has been beenoc beenocupled oc occupied accupied ¬
cupied by rise itse ifrltbh ffritl h and and the federal com commandos commandos cornmandos ¬
mandos are 3r in close clo toueh with the out outposts outor outpoets ¬
posts of General Rcberts army President PresidentSteyn PresidentSteyn PresidentSteyn
Steyn left Pretoria PretorJay Pretorayeeterday yesterday terdAY for the Free FreeState FreeSt3te FreeState
State front ront j nd d ttre reIS is fighUng in pros prospect prost prosA prospeeL ¬
peeL peeLA t
A despatch fromKroonstad from Kroonstad dated May Iay
18 815 8l a m seys that Colonel Filcher Pikhervith Pilcherith Filchervith
vith ith XM men m n from Alderaons A derns command in including Including ineluding ¬
cluding Canadians and Australians all allmouated allmouted allmounted
mounted on carefully eareruU selected horses dash dashad dashd dashad
ad d northward ycetorday captured Botha Bothavllle BothlvlUe Bothayule
vllle and drove the Johannesburg Jhanne burg Zarps Zarpsnorthward Zarpgnorthward Zarpenorthward
northward northwardThese northwardThe5e northwardThese
These mounted policemen po lceI1en have bees In Interfering interferthg n nterferlng ¬
terfering to a great extent with tfee ttl e distri distribution distribution dtstribtitiou ¬
bution of 0 General Roberts proclamation proclamationamong proeJamaUonamong prociatnetionamong
among the burghera In ORe case aa Eag Eaglisfti EaglUih Eaglisli
lisfti resident of ofBothavlIie Botbaviile of the name of ofHeath ofHeath ofHeath
Heath volunteered to distribute the pruc proclamation pruclamaUon pruclamation ¬
lamation in that place and rode thither thitherfrom thltherrom thithefrom
from KroonBtad KroonBtadHe KrooDtadH KroonstadHe
H He started tp tl distribute copies of the theproclamation theprotlamatlon theproclamation
proclamation when his Kamr servant in inforired Intor inforo
forired tor foro ed him that he 1 e had heard the Boers Boersplotting Doersplotting Boorsplotting i
plotting to to surroantJ surro9nl his house and capture capturehim capturehIm capturebins
him Mr Ir Heath mounted his horse and andstarted andstarted andstarted
started bac toward the British Brit h lines fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by a hail of ofbuliets bullets ullets from the riflea rifleaof Ines iflentheZarps
of the theZarps theZarpsSUPPL Zarps ZarpsSUPPLIES
Boer Anticipating Ant eIP utlu the Cloning of ofRailroad ofRullrDnd ofRailroad
Railroad to Dclncron D laJoa Bay BayLONDON DayLONDO BayLONDON
LONDON May 19 ISThe The Times cor correspondent correspondent cotrespondent ¬
respondent at Lonrenco Marques In a de
made that even Presidents Kruger and andSteyn andSteyn andSteyn
Steyn have become thoroughly discouraged discouragedA discourageddesvatch
A despatch from Pretoria dated May IS ISvia 18vIa 11via
via Lourenco Marques May 10 11 a l m msays m63YS insays
says saysThere
There is a strong determination among amongthe amonsthe amongthe
the fighting men of the Transvaal to re resist resist resist ¬
sist the British advance Into this Republic Republict
to t o the utmost utmostIt
It Is certain that the Government Is not notdisposed notdisvosed notdisposed
disposed to entertain proposals for uncon unconditional uncondItIonal uncontiltional ¬
ditional surrender surrenderThe surr surrenderTue der derTile
The Gould Party at QuecnMtovrn QuecnMtovrnQUEENSTOWN QueentownQUEENSTOWN QucenstownQUEENSTOWN
QUEENSTOWN May 19 19The The yacht yachtNiagara JachtNiagara yachtNiagara
Niagara with Mr and Mrs Howard Howa 1 Gould Gouldand Gouldand Gouldand
and party arrived here this morning morningCHESAPEAKE morningClIESAlEAl morningCZiESALEAKE
Fancy BloycIeRiainsf BloycIeRiainsfSunday Dlc7cJeRldInSundaT BicyeleUldIngSunday
Sunday May 20 O Trains lear lenr 10 a L m H a am L Ltn ain
m and 2 p m GO cents round trip cumin Columbia Culwnbia cuminbia ¬
bia car to depot depotVlyana drpoLVlyno depotVlynna
Vlyana Business College Col1e e deli th and andeDS K KI KOCesttiS
I 5 OCesttiS Census eDS S Office Examination Exam1naUo1z Exsminatloe40 Exsminatloe40ins 5 5to
1z ins to t Baltimore Dnl more and Return via viaIl vIaIJ viaB
Il O Saturday and Sunday SundayMay SandRYa SundayMay
May May a 10 1 9 and iO good for return turn until following followinoronday
Monday onday Tickets good 0011 on all trains except Royal
I Limited LimitedCall Umits UmitsCall
J Call at 1224 12 P St for Krctol Krctoli l retoJ
t i New Xc Laths only too OO i per er 1000 1000I
1 I I for plasterers plast Call C l on F Libbey Co
To AwaitAction of theAdininistra theAdininistration the Administra Administralion Athninistralion
lion on oI on Their Reception ReceptionTheir ReceptionTheleSceectary
TheleSceectary Their Secretary Sce etnr to Call on Mr Hay Hayto nnyto Slayto
to Announce Their Arrival ArrhalA A ITi ITivate 1 Fr Frvale 1 1nte
vale nte Conference at the Arlington ArlingtonHotel ArllnltonJlotclPoncrll ArlingtonHotelPowers
Hotel JlotclPoncrll Power Invented InveRted in the theCommittee theComnlUtee theCommittee
Committee The SIa 1lns Mass Meeting MeetingRie Mee MeetingTile lug luge
Tile e Boer commissioners comml l > loncr5 spent the morn mornIng morning mornIng
Ing quietly in their rooms at the Arling Arlington Arlington Arlington ¬
ton HoteL Several members of the t1u local localreception lq localreception < nl nlreception
reception committee called and paid their theirrespects thclrnspects theirreepecta
respects but there were no visitors of o Im Importance Importance urnportance ¬
portance From 10 oclock until nt1l 1130 the theenvoys theenvoys theenvoys
envoys err engaged in a cKse conference conferenceat
at their rooms It was the first time tim since sinceyesterday sinceyesterda sinceyesterday
yesterday morning that they had enjoyed enjoyedthe enjoyedthe enjoyedthe
the least privacy and they took advantage advantageof advan o oof eof
of it by discussing their plans plansAlthough plansAlthough plansAlthough
Although a Congressional committee committeeconsisting committeeconalstlXlg committeeconsisting
consisting of 13eI3tors Senators Teller T Tiller ller Mason In on and andAllen andAllen andAlien
Allen with Representatives Sulzer and andRobinson andRobinson andRobinson
Robinson ts ho os been beezrnanaed named to call upon the thePresident thePresident thePrestdent
President to arrange for the official recep reception rcce rcceUon rocep rocepLion ¬
Lion of tho ambassadors it is probable probablethat probablethat probablethat
that the committee will not perform that thatfunction thatCunction thatfunction
function It t has hQ been agreed that the best bestway bestwar bestway
way will be for the envoys secretary Mr MrDe MrDc Ir IrDe
De Bruyn to visit the Secretary of State Stateannounce Stateannounce Stateannounce
announce their presence In the city with withcredentials withcredentials withcredentials
credentials to this Government and to ask liskwhen askwhen sk skwhen
when It will be convenient for them to tomake tomclte tomake
make an official call The question then thento thento thento
to be settled by Mr r Hay will be a puzzling puzzlingone pl1zllnon puzzlingone
one on It The Transvaal has never enjoyed enjoyeddiplomatic enjoyeddiplomatic enjoyeddiplomatte
diplomatic relations with the United UnitedStates UnitedStatu UnitedStates
States as under the Peace Convention af after atter after ¬
ter the fall of Msjuba the Government of ofGreat ofGreat ofGreat
Great Britain undertook to administer the Sheforeign theforeign theloreign
foreign affairs of the South African Re Republic Re Republic Republic ¬
public Secretary Hay therefore ther fore must de decide dedde dodde ¬
dde whether he can receive the ambassa ambassadors am ambassadora sa sadon ¬
don > on the face of their credentials or orwhether orwhether orwhether
whether he can decline to confer with withthem withthem withthorn
them because beca of Great Britains assumed assumedposition assumedposItlon assumedposition
position positionIt
It is expected that the call of Mr De DeBruyn DeBruyn DcBruyn
Bruyn to arrange for the conference will willtako wint1ko willtake
take place pll e either this afternoon or Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day Meanwhile the Boors are not talking talkingoiuch taU talkingmuch Bg Bguch
much uch about what they expect to do doMr doMr doMr
Mr Fischer the chief of the party din discussed dlscuBBed dincussed ¬
cussed the situation at length to news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper men this thi morning morningYes morningYes mornin morninYes
Yes he assented In taswer swer to en enquiries enquiries enquiries ¬
quiries I am the ambassador for both boththe boththe boththe
the Orange Free State and the Transvaal TransvaalMr Trans TranavasiMr 11 11Ir
Mr Ir Wolraarons Yol ar J18 holds similar powers for forthe lorthe forthe
the Transvaal alone while Mr Wessels WesselsIs
Is the plenipotentiary for the Free State StateConcerning StateConcerning StateConcerning
Concerning my representation of the two tworepublics tworepublics tworepublics
republics jointly I would say that there thereis thereIs thereis
is no formal diplomatic union of them but butwhat butwhat butwhat
what stronger tie could exist than th the thd < 5 tie tieof tieoC tieof
of blood which Is now binding them themIt themIt themIt
It might not sound S < lund well ell for us to say saythat sayt saythat
that t 1at the powers under our credentials are areunusually areunusual areunusually
unusually unusual large We might think so and andsome andsome nodsome
some one else might differ from that view viewNo viewNo Iew Iewo
No o he laughingly added in answer to a aquery aquery aquery
query Ult It would be invidious for mo to tocompare tocompare tocompare
compare our powers Owers with those of o Dr DrLeyds DrLeyds DrLoyds
Leyds the Ambassador to most of Europe EuropeOur EuropeOur EuropeOur
Our powers however seem f em as liberal as asany uany asany
any ever given by our governments governmentsPending governmentsPending governmentsPending
Pending our reception by the Govern Government Goernment Government ¬
ment t6 which hlch we are accredited It would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be impolitic for us to say y what we shall do doIn doIn doin
In case we are not favorably favorabl received How However However However ¬
ever we want this war ar to end We Ve have haveoffered haeoKered haveoffered
offered time and again to arbitrate the is issues issues issues ¬
sues and we are now more than ready to todo todo todo
do so But Great Britain refuses refusesYes reluliUYes refuecsYes
Yes the relief of Mafeking aleklng if I true can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not be bl counted other than a success for the theBritish t tBritish theBritish
British Certainly Lord Robert Is making makingadvances makingadvances makingadvances
advances advancesWill advancesWIll advancesWill
Will the Beer Presidents now no be willing
to settle sett1 the war upon any terms other otherthan otherthan otherthan
than those th e already proposed by them he hewas heIas hewas
was Ias aaiced aaicedIn asre < 1 1In
In view of the British successes sueee ses he heanswered heanswered beanswered
answered diplomatically it Is poesftrie
that the republics might settle now on
terms less favorable than those originally
demanded demandedThere demandedThcre demandeWhere
There are re about 22 2ttoo MO British sol ¬
diers diem in the field against a nst us said id Mr Mressels
Wessels essels We have never had more than
38000 men under arms arin altogether Now Nowthat Nowthat Nowthat
that number is greatly reduced by losses lossesof 186 lossesof cs csof
of all 111 kinds I wont venture an opinion opinionas
as to our numbers but perhaps there are arenot arenot arenot
not more than 23000 iOOO Boers in the field
We shall keep up the efight fight Indefinitely
he added The Transvaal and the Free
State are admirably adapted for guerrila guerrilawarfare guerrIlawarfare guerrllawarfare
warfare Even after a declaration declaraUonof of peace p ace
we we can get all our men in the field again againwithin againwithin againwithin
within three days Of course if I Great
Britain puts a big enough garrison In the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country she can hold it it But It will take takethousands takethousands takethousands
thousands of a men to accomplish that end endThis endThis endThis
This afternoon the commissioners will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably go out for a drive They will at attend attend attend ¬
tend the services at the First Presbyte Presbyterian Presbyterian Presbytenan ¬
rian nan Church tomorrow morning At night nightthey nightthey nightthey
they will atend the massmeeting at the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand Opera House There has been an anenormous anenormous anenormous
enormous demand for tickets Members Membersof
of o the reception committee who have not notalready notnlready notalready
already secured seats are requested to call callat CLnat callat
at once upon Secretary Sthade at room
20 at the Alrington AlringtonCommissioners AlrlngtonCommissioners AlringtonCommissioners
Commissioners Fischer and Wessels who whospeak whospeak whospeak
speak excellent English will address the themeetlnc themeeting themeeting
meeting Representative Sulzer trill pre preside preside preside ¬
side There will be short talks by
former Representative Bourke Cockran CockranSenators CockranSenntors CockranSenators
Senators Mason Wellington Allen aud audTeller audTeUer andTeller
Teller and Representatives De Armond ArmondRhoa ArmondRhro ArmondRhen
Rhoa Shafroth and Clark of Missouri MissouriThe MissourIThe MissouriThe
The meeting it is announced will be non nonpolitical nonpolitical nonpolitical
political and there will be ro attacks attacksupon attlcksupon attacksupon
upon President McKInley or the Adminis Administration AdminIstration Adrninlstratioa ¬
tration trationA tratioaA
A double quartette consisting of veterans veteransof
of o the Ivll war will sing the Boer na national national national ¬
tional anthem and Miss I ss Edith Wooderson WoodersonLamb WoodersonLamb WooderseaLamb
Lamb will deliver a dramatic reading readingThe readingThe readingThe
The Rising in 75 Just after Commis Commissioner Commlssloncr Commisabner ¬
sioner Fischers address The Invocation Invocationwill Invocationwill invocationtrill
will be by Rev Dr Stafford of o SL Pat Patricks Patrlcku Patricka ¬
ricks Catholic Church ChurchAerr Churchl1cU ChurChNew
l1cU New cargo Kiln Dried Heard Heardi Beardsjust
l i just In InoloS otjr LCO per 100 sq ft Call at t 6th 6thand 6thmd 6thandNLavc
and andNLavc N V arc
spatch dated Mayl7 lAyJ7 says that in antici anticipation antIcIpation anticipation ¬
pation of the closing CloofnK of the railway from fromDelngoa fromDelago fromDelagoa
Delngoa Bay to Pjetoria Pretoria the Boer agents agentsare agentsare 0 0are
0 0torwardlng
are buying all th the tbbavailable available provisions and andforwarainK andforwarding
forwarding thm th m rth with all speed to the theTransvasJ theTransy theTransyaa
TransvasJ Transy Extraordinary efforts have
been taken to hasten the despatch of c these thesesupplies thesesupplies thesesupplies
supplies suppliesGEADSTONB suppliesGLADSTONE
A Dintlnsulahea DItln hlked Company Compan In Intbe IntbeIoulle the theJUoutie thel
JUoutie l louse of Common commons onuuonJl Lobby LobbyLONDON LobhyLO LobbyLONDON
LONDON LO DON May i9 19The The statue of Glad Gladstone Gladstone Gladatone ¬
stone In the Centre entie entse lobby of the House of ofCommons ofCommons ofCommons
Commons was unveiled un7eiled a at ntnoon t noon noon today by byRight byRight byRight
Right Right Eon Sir Henry H nry CampbellBanner CampbellBannermarr CampbellBannermanY mpbellBanner mpbellBannerman
man manY wno no hfjil many y important posts dur durincMj durInr during
incMj Inr ing My IJ Gladstones administrations administrationsThe administrationsThe administrationsThe
The e was a distinguished d tingui5hed company pres present present proseat ¬
ent entB eatB i iD
B O Otpl 1 to II IIIVlncl Jlarperlt Ferry and andBy and1nelleIfter andtlncliester
IVlncl 1nelleIfter tlncliesterBy 1nelleIfterny
By special Epec t train leaner Washington 8 a m tnby inisy
1 May by 27 7 Returning leave Winchester Winc er 7 and liar Uuper liarper
1 per per Ferry F rry S p l m feme day lJ Tickets IickC i also sold soldfrom soldfOm soldfrom
from intermediate points pointsChenapcaUc poictsChClOapeaJ pointsChesapeake
Chesapeake e Chnataanua Clu atauclunSeDJllon Scnxon inca 1OOOA incaA 1DOOA
A rcmikable rt = 1ic bte transformation t ncformAtion of Bay Ridge Ridgri Rid RidOpD RidgeOpens
i Opens for the season on May i2y 30 Liberal terms to toSucdij toSund toSuadsy
Sucdij Sund school lodges act and societies l5Ocleti F Fr < r dates dattapply datnpply datesapply
apply pply to S B B Iltge lltgoO G X A P D B k 0 R 1 H IL
707 0 ISth tt City CityXew CltrXeU CityNew
New Doom clear only uul 112 112lfithOlIt 12 12without lEwithout
without knots and No Nol JU j See F libbcy Co
lTtl f4
Rioting in the Streets Stre tll of the City Citynx CitynM Cityas
nx a Result ResultBERLIN RellultDERLt ResultBERLIN
BERLIN May 19 19A A general strike of ofthe o othe ofthe
the employes of the street tramways was wasinaugurated wasInaubUI1tted wasinaugurated
inaugurated this morning The men de demand demand tIemand ¬
mand higher wager wagerA wagerA wageFA
A few noiiunioztEts nonUnI I5t asts were engaged enga and it itIK ItIs itIs
Is claimed that they caused ca ri a coHision1 of ofcars oCcars ofcars
cars TLe strikers unhitched the horses horseswith ho horseswith es eswith
with the result hat all U cars were with withdrawn withdrawn Ith IthdraD ¬
drawn draDThere drawnThere drawnThere
There has been considerable rioting and andthe andthe andthe
the populace apparently sympathizes with withthe withthe withthe
the strJkors who number about GWfl The Theomnibeses Theomnibuses Theomnibuses
omnibuses arc packed with people and andcsbft andCAbs andeaba
CAbs are at 1t a premium The present ac accommodations accommodations acconunodations ¬
commodations by Jy vehicles cutslde of the thetram thetram thetrans
tram cars are totally inad inadecuate inadecuateTBE nad < Kjuate KjuateTHE uate uateTHE
Story Stor of the Scheme to Blow Up the theForte theIorte theForte
Forte Confirmed ConfirmedDURBAN ConftrDletlDURBA ConfirmedDURBAN
DURBAN May 19 l l9Tte Tie story of the plot plotto plotto plotto
to blow up the British warship Forte in inDotegoa inDohgoa inDekgoa
Dotegoa Bay Is confirmed and the con conspiracy conspiracy
spiracy appears to have been much more moreextensive moreextensive moreextensive
extensive than at first believed believedAn ooUeedAn believedAn
An explanation of the proclamation is issued Issued Issued ¬
sued a month ago that boats approaching approachingtoo approachInlto
too to < near warships without permission permissionwould permissionwould permissionwould
would be fired on is that the admiral com commanding commanding cornmanding ¬
manding the South African station gave an anearly anearly anearly
early Intimation to Boer emissaries who whobad whobad whohad
bad been appointed to visit Durban and andCape andC andCape
Cape C 1e Town and attack the warships withinfernal With WithfnCernal vrtthInfernal
Infernal machines that a strict surveil surveillance surveillance surveillance ¬
lance would be maintained every night on onall onall onall
all menofwar menofwarMASSACRED menoCwarMASSACRED menofwarMASSACRED
CtirlMtliin Villace 111nJ In China China Destro Destroyedgad Destroyed Destroyednn > ed ednnd
nn gad l Converts slain slainSHANGHAI laln lalnSBA ninSHANGHAI
SHANGHAI SBA GHAI May 19 19The The Christian vii village yU1111e viilage ¬
lage of a LaiShun seventy miles from Pe Pekin Pekin Pckits
kin with the French mission has been de destroyed destro destrayed ¬
strayed stro ed by b the antiforeign anUor lgn society known knownas knownas knownas
as the Boxers BoxersSeventythree BoxersSeventythree BoxersSeventythree
Seventythree converts were massacred massacredThe m1SS3CredThe mnesacre mnesacreThe
The measures taken by the Government Governmentto
to suppress the Boxers have resulted in inintensifying inIntensltylng inintensifying
intensifying the movement as it is ru rumored rumored rumored ¬
mored that the Dowager Express secretly secretlyapproves secretlyapproes secretlyapproves
approves of it IL The strength of the theBoxers theBoxers theBoxers
Boxers Is undoubtedly increasing around aroundFekln arouedPekln aroundPekin
Fekln and a general outbreak la expected expectedGerman 6pectedGerman expectedGerman
German troops from KioChow are pro protecting protccting protecting ¬
tecting the American missionaries at Shan ShanTung ShanTung fibanTwIg
A A A British Column Reported Report d Moving 3IovinKXorthvrurd JIolnJXorthwnrd MovingVorthwnrd
Xorthvrurd XorthwnrdLQ XorthvrurdLONDON VorthwnrdLONDON
LONDON LQ DON May 19 19A A despatch from ron Prer Prertorlii Pre Prctor Pretorts
torts tor via ia Lourenco Marques May 19 il iloclock 11oclock l loclock
oclock a m says that according aXonlln to ad advices advi adyi ¬
vices vi yi ell from the he Natal border a British Britishcolumn Brltl Britishcolumn h hcolumn
column is advancing from Zululand ZululandTKls ZululandTlils ZuiulandTIlts
TIlts It Is believed Is one of o the th divi divisions divisions dlvisbus ¬
sions of Genral Bullers army armyBIiAZE armyBLAZE armyBLAZE
Electric Pavilion ravl1lonSJlJhtIT Slightly Damaged Damagedfey DaD1aJeb Damagedby
fey b the Flames FlamesPARIS FlamelCFARIS FlamesPARIS
PARIS May 19 19For For a time there was wasconsiderable wasconsiderable wasconsiderable
considerable alarm st 1 the Exposition Expositiongrounds Expositiongroiads 0 0grollds
grounds last night nightAU nightAn nightAn
An electric spark caused a blaze In the theelectric theelectrlo thecleetrio
electric pavilion but It was extinguished extinguishedafter extingu extinguishedafter hed hedafter
after trifling damage had been done donePension dOllerenlon donePension
Pension for foroJeremlah Jeremiah Everly EverlyA
A bill to pension Jeremiah P Everly Everlywho Everlywho Everlywho
who served during durin the civil civilvate lvllwar ivli war as a prI prIvate priate
vate ate In Company A First Potomac Home HomeBrigade HomeBrigade HomeBrigade
Brigade Maryland Cavalry is before Con Congress Congress Congreas ¬
gress gressI gressCJlESPEAKE greasChESAPEAKE
Always cool Excursion trains leave daily 10 10a 10a 10a
a In and 2 p 1 m Last train leaves I Avesn Beach < < lch 630 630p 630p CO0p
p m Take Columbia O > Iumbb car to depot depotR dtpotTh depotTbongls
Th Tbongls < uJb R Train Service S Serv1c rle to Atlantic AtlanticI AtlantIc4it AtlantIctty
I City 4it tty via PcnnHylvinin Railroad RailroadCommencing RallrondO RailroadCommencing
Commencing O > mmenci June 29 and continuing until untilSeptanber untilSep1 untilSeptunber
Septanber Sep1 = ber 1 through 1hro h train of vesiihnled ule coaches coachesington coch cochand cossbesand
and buffet par parlor r cars will leave Wa lin ington on isreck isreckI weeidays eck eckdays
I days at 115 p m arriving Atlantic City 530 530Bridge 530p 530p
p tr a l EttuIflfli tu leave Atlantic City 220 p 111 111rrirg medvr4t
rrirg Wshn F ° 100 p m Via Dlsr DlsrBridge 1a 1ari
Bridge ri ge route without change ngc of cars carsXcvr c1rLXc earnNess
Ness Xc Shingles tfxZO only onl COO COOBest G03nest GOOBeat
Best So o 1 lap hpi guaranteed < J at Cth and X N Y arc
WlLLlAlU K li hiSAKST h T U UElected lif1J UflOXiN
Pre PresIdent Ideut of the Xnti Xntlo115 Xntlo115oclAtlun National = nl As Asjtoclation Assoeltiozi
jtoclation of Democratic Club ClnbaWilliam ClubWilliam ClubsWilliam
William R Hearst was today elected electedPresident electedPresident electedPresident
President of the National Association ol olDemocratic o oDemoeratle ofDeeratfe
Democratic Clubs by the executive com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee ot the asso as association oiatIon on to succeed sucee Ben Bertton Benton Benton
ton McMillin resigned President MeMH MeMHHn MeMIIlie 1 1l 1lIIn
Hn jeceatly jB eBtly signified his intention to re resign resign e es1 ¬
sign s1 and asked that a special ec1al meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the executive committee be held h ld to accept accepthis accOPthis accepthis
his resignation Today his resignaUoa eiI1a11 < Ja was wasaccepted wasaccepted M1Saccepted
accepted and the appointment of Mr MrHearst MrHearst MrHearst
Hearst immediately mode to fill the va vacancy vacaIMy vacancy ¬
cancy until the meeting of the Convention Conventionof
of Democratic Clubs at Indianapolis in inSeptember inSeptember inSeptember
September SeptemberThe SeptemberThe SeptemberThe
The meeting of the executive commit committee committee committee ¬
tee was held at the Metropolitan Hotel this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning It tees an executive meeting meeUDglltUe and andlittle andlittle
little could be learned ear = ed except the fact of ofthe orthe otthe
the election of Mr Hearst Senator Jones Joneswas Joneswas Toneswas
was present and presided Senator Mon Money Meetey oo oocy ¬
ey Hon C C C F Black Representative Sin Sladen 51aden Sinden
den of Texas James Kerr aDd a a number numberof numberor numberof
of other members of the > committee were werepresent werepresent werepresent
present Mr lr Hearst who is a member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee was not present The Thechoice Thecln Thechoice
choice cln > lcc of the young YOUt newspaper nCW3pa r owner WA WAunanimous wasunanimous was wasunanimous
unanimous for the position positionThe po6ttiC1The positionThe
The convention of the Democratic clubs clubswill clU clubswill 3 3will
will be held at Indianapolis September 5 5It 5It 5It
It is believed that it will be one on of the themoat themOlt themost
moat important ever held as it will be in inthe Inthe Inthe
the heat of the campaign aupal n The last con convention convenUon convention ¬
vention four years ago was an m Immense Immensesuccess Immenseceess immensesuccess
success ceess 12000 people being in attendance attendanceand attendanceand attendanceand
and it is thought that this will be even evenmore e evenmore en enmore
more important DporUIlt Mr Hearst has been ac active acUTe aclive ¬
UTe in the work of the association already alreadythis alreadythis alreadythis
this year It is said and it is believed that thathe thathe thathe i
he will be a leader of vim persistence perslste e and andsuccess andiUCC andsucceas
success successMembers succeasMembers iUCC
iUCCMembers Members of the executive committee committeeexpress committeeexpress committeeexpress
express the opinion that his choice for the theposition theposition theposition
position will have an important bearing bearingon
on the coming campaign campaignThe campaignThe campaignThe
The man man who whow will l be elected for perma permanent permanent permaneat ¬
nent presidenfof the association in Sep September Sopternber ¬ 0 0tember
tember is not yet known but it seems to tobe tobe tobe
be a general opinion that the selection of ofMr otMr ofMr
Mr Hearst to fill the temporary vacancy vacancymay vacancymay vacancymay
may look to the probability of o his elec election election dcc dcction ¬
tion If his work is a success he will be bethe bethe bethe
the logical candidate for or the place placeNo placeo placeNo
No o reason is assigned for the resigns resignation resbnatIon resignstion ¬
tion of President McMillin McMillinTHK McMiliiaTflE I IlUn IlUnTHE
Intimations of a Possible Factional FactionalAlliance FactionaJlUnnee FactionalAlliance
Alliance in Kentucky KentuckyLEXINGTON KcntueJ KcntueJLEXDGTON KentuckyLEXrNGTON
LEXINGTON Ky May Iay 19 19CoL CoL < 01 W V C CP cP CP
P Breckinridge In a a long editorial in the theMorning theMorIlng theMorning
Morning Herald here today po endorses endorsesand endorsesand endorsesand
and defends the actions of the Republicans Renubtteansin RepublicansIn
in the State Convention at Louisville He Hedeclares Hedeclares Hedeclares
declares that the Republican party is isunited IsunIted isunited
united and that Goebel would not no seize the theopportunity theopportunIty theopportunity
opportunity to unite the Democratic party partyThe vartyThe panyThe
The editorial is considered to be indica indicative Indicative indieslive ¬
tive that all antlGoebel Democrats and andGold andGold andGOld
Gold Democrats will ally themselves with withthe withthe withthe
the Republicans this fall and should the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
Supreme Court decide 01 n favor aor ot Gover Governor Governor Covernor ¬
nor Beckham combine to defeat him himCivil himCIvil himCivil
Civil liberty is to be the cry of o the anti antiGoebel antlGoebel antiGoebel
Goebel Democrats it is said and little littleattention littleattenUon littleattention
attention will be paid to the Presidential Presidentialticket Presidentialticket Presidentialticket
ticket ticketAN ticketAN
Pacific Coast Town Badly Shaken Shakenfey Shnkenby Shakenby
by the Shock ShockCITY ShockCITY ShockCITY
CITY OF MEXICO 1IE ICO May lay 19 19Reports 19Reportsfrom 19Reportsfrom Reports Reportsfrom
from Pacific Coast towns show that the theearthquake theearthquake theearthquake
earthquake of Wednesday which was com comparatively comparatively cornparatively ¬
paratively slight In this city citywas cItywas citywas
was more severe along the theccast coast A tidal tidalwave tidalwave tidalwave
wave succeeded the second shook doing doingconsiderable doingconsiderable doingconsiderable
considerable damage to coast towns In th thstatcs thstl1es tbstates >
states of Colima and JaNsco Houses were weresubmerged were5ubmeI1ed weresubmerged
submerged boats swamped and several severalnatives severalnatives se > eral eralnaUes
natives drowned drownedThe droDedThe drownedThe
The seltmic movement m emed was from south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east to northwest and the duration gener generally generally gonerally ¬
ally one minute Where here It was most se severe Sl Slyere sovere ¬
vere however it lasted but two seconds secondsIt 6eandsIt secondsIt
It also a1 develops that cracks started In Inbuildings InbuildIngs inbuildings
buildings in this city by the earthquake earthquakeOf 1 1f
Of f January last notably the National Pal Palace Palace ¬ i iace
ace the church at San Francisco and the thePalace thePalace thePalace
Palace of Justice were further opened by bythe bythe bythe
the shocks making ma nJ the strengthening of ofthe orthe ofthe
the buildings bt ldlnga necessary necessaryXorfoUcJcAVaxhlnsrton ntcessaryXorColk necessaryNorfolk
XorfoUcJcAVaxhlnsrton Norfolk t V nlthlnton Steamboat Co CoDelightful Co1ihUul CoDelightFul
Delightful 1ihUul trips daily i1y atTiJO It 30 p m to OW Pain PainComfort PeinComfort Point PointComfort
Comfort Newport News Norfolk and Virginia VirginiaBeach VigiajaBeach h1in h1inncaclJ
Beach For schedule see page pl1 > 1 7 7in
12 To Baltimore nn anti l Return IteturaYin Sl 1 1I iS iSVia
Via I Pennsylvania Railroad RailroadTickets UnlJrondTlcktts RailroadTickets
Tickets on sale Saturday hmby and Snndiy Jfay lay 10 10and Wand it itand
and 20 good ta return r tum until Monday Ysruh May 2L 2LAll 21All SiAll
All trains except the Concreiifcwal tensCiJle engrea4enet l LimitedXCU UrelieNew Limited LimitedXew
New Weather Boarding only 1JL 1tG
G inch inches = wid wide N C pine info call at It F Ubbe Uttbey l Co
The Unsealing Unse fi Resolution to o Be BeConsidered BeConsidered BeConsidered
Considered Monday
A Telegram From Governor Smith Smithof Smltbo Smithof
of o Montana loutnnlLy Rescinding the Ap Appointment AltlontJnent Al Aliointment ¬
pointment of the he IIcutenantCbv IIcutenantCbvernor Jleutenlnt IaIeutenantGovernor G n nernor
ernor Laid on the Tahle TZ1bleoJrob Tnblelrobnbie TnblelrobnbieAction Probable ProbableAction bl blAetlon
Action on llagiunlii Credential CredentialThe Cr CredentialsThe dettlnI dettlnITbe
The first bBsiaesB transected In the Sen Senate Senate Benate ¬
ate today was the r rfrom reatllag of atel atelfrom a teegrwn teegrwnfrom
from the Goveraor of Montana Montana Mo which w kb seaddreed was wasaddressed s saddressed
addressed ta Pr Pre Preadent Me t pr pretlmpore tfempore Frye Fryethe Fryethe Fryethe
the latter presenting pr enUg It in turn to tb tbSenate thSeDate the theSenate
Senate SenateThe SeDateThe SenateThe
The despatch fettews fettewsSenator feile feIwsSenator 6 6Senator =
Senator Frye Washington Wa lBgtDfI D a aI 0 0I =
I have UJa Ii is day disregarded aUII an OH re revoked renked reyoked ¬
yoked the appointment appolatm Bt of WtHiam VIWamClerk A AClerk AClerk
Clerk as United States Senator wlih wlihwas w w1h w1hwas lih lihWas
was obtained t3lae by cailtuion and fraud fraudand rrant rrantaDd fraudand
and made by LJettteaoat Lleute cmt Governor GovernorSpriggs atnonaorSpriggs GovorsorSprigga
Spriggs I defliro to notify you that I Inave Ihave Ihave
have nave appointed Has 11 Martin Maglaaki 3taglaaisLa4ted MaglaakiUnited l8glaisUaUed
United States Senator SeMt < < to illthevaca Ilithevacaey IlithevacaeycaUtiOO iithevacaaeycaused ey eycaused
caused by the resignation re tgaaUen of William WilliamA
Governor cf c Montana MontanaMr Mo MontanaMr tana tanaMr
Mr Chandler moved that the despatch despatchbe
be 13 referred to the Committee on Prlvi Prlvileges PrITlleges Privilegeet
leges and Eleetloa Eieeti as Mr YrAIMS Alien asked that thatit Ut thatit t tIt
it be laid oa the table It was tS laid set tM1the setthetable a athe
the thetable thetableIn table tableIn tableIn
In accordance a rdaace wf wU e1h b n notice tiee given the res resolution r45olutIen maolutlea ¬
olution offered by ty Mr Ckaadler C ler that thatWilMam tbatWilHam tlmtWilliam
William A Clark wa wu net duly Iy and 11D41 legally legallyelected leeaJtyelected legaityelected
elected to a seat ia the Halted UBltedStau State Sea Seaate SeBate Seaate
ate by the Legislature ef Montana IentanaQIUI1e IentanaQIUI1eup came cameup cameupatlocloek
up upatlocloek upatlocloekMr at 1 oclock oclockMf ocloekMI
Mf Chandler asked that the Ut matter go goover SOover goover
over until Meay 1 da at 1 deleek eioek as the thecommittee diecommittee tbecommittee
committee was not yet prepare prJMU ta bring bringthe b beingthe ag
the case to a vete IU 1 was agreed that thatthe thatthe
the matter should go ev ever everIt r rIt l lIt
It is understood that Mr r darks Clack creden credentials eI credsutials n ntlaJs ¬
tials will be presented on Monday r and Mr MrChandler MrChandler lr lrChandler
Chandler will 111 object and move to have havethem ayethem havethem
them referred to the CojamKtee en Fur Privileges Prhlieges Fur1leg ¬
lieges 1leg and EtocUoDK far tor iavesti iaveattgausa aUea 8I and andreport d dreport dreport
report It is believed beliCT that hat as adverse re reCommittee report report
port will he made aDd a aiaority ajor1ty of < < f t tCommittee the theCommittee
Committee oa Privileges Prlvt es and ketfea zieeuea are arethought arethought arethought
thought to be opposed to Mr XI Clark taking takteghis tlJ1cghis takinghis
his seat seatWaea seatV seatVhea
Waea V ea asked uke what w at aetien weld be takes takeswhen takeuwhen takenwhen
when the credentials ef e Martin Yart a
who hag ha been apf appelBted > etnted United UnitedSenator States StatesSenator StaleS StaleSSeDater
Senator by Governor G yeIJlGl Smith ef Meatasa Meatasaarrived Mentanaarrived IentaJlaarried
arrived here and were wer preeealcd Mr MrCtaadler MrChandler Ir IrC2aDd1er
Chandler declined to discuss the matter maUerThere umUerntere matterThere
There ntere will be netbisg D8CJri g saw and aettsteg aettsteglose BefblltgctoIte asehiaglone
lose MUI aUl Monday said he and I think tbtatcwe thinkwe thakwe
we can decide ded e the ease when the creden credentials e credantiala en entids ¬
tials of o C Mr fr Clark are presented presented3IONEY presentedMONEY reeented reeentedMOIY
The Appropriation Dill Under Df DiM DiMeusftion Dlenasion Dfite
eusftion In the SendCA SendCAThe SemsieThe ite iteThe
The consideration of o the Pestomce Appre Apprepriatton AJtprepriatien Apprepriatlen
priatton bill was resumed the pending pendingquestion lIendtagqumtI8K pendingquestion
question being ea the substitute bsUtute offered offeredyesterday oUeredYC6t6n1ay offeredyesterday
yesterday by Mr lr Hoar far or the committees committeesameadmeat eommkteesameadmeat committeesameadrnent
ameadmeat relating to the pneumatic pne Imttic tube tubeservice tII tubeservice e eurvke
service Mr Hoars substitute is far exe execution exeeutioa esecuttoet ¬
cution aC existing ex1 UDg contracts for transporta transportation trms trmstJon transperlalion ¬
lion of mail by pneumatic tube and such suchextension Hd1extension suchextension
extension ef service as may be jedged ex expedient exped1ent enpedleat ¬
pedient by the Postmaster General ceral awl awlmay aB aBmay sadInsT
may IB his Judgment be aecempHshed aecempHshedreasonable at atreasonable atreasonable
reasonable cost not exceeding exceedingIn in any evens evensMr en evenSflad BJ BJl0i8
flad l0i8 a mlIe mile75eoe mile75eoeMr 5efIOe 5efIOeMr
Mr Butler argued against the whel whelp whale whalepeetimatic vbaiepneumatic
pneumatic p eumaUc tube service unless It were en entirely el eltlrey entirely ¬
tirely in the Bands of o the Government GovernmentMr GovenmentMr GovernmentMr
Mr Caffery said he would w support the theamendment theaI1endment theamendment
amendment offered by Mr r Hoar as hQ hQdeemed hQdeemed h hdeemed
deemed it conservative COt 3ervltiTe and right rightMr rightYr rightMr
Mr Wolcott Chairman of the Poetofaea PoetofaeaCommittee PoetomceConmittee PoetofileeCommittee
Committee said the th amendment amendm t offered GlI red by byMr by1 Y1
Mr Hoar was a very vast Improvement Improvementover Improte improveeseat4 eat eatover 4 4bY
over the th blanket amendment as reported reportedby reportedby
by the committee but he was opposed op to toboth toboth toboth
both of them themMr themr themMr
Mr r Hoar argued In favor of his amend amendmeet amelMlment amendmeat
meet as s committing the Postoee Depart Department Department Deportmeat ¬
ment to nothing except to carry out exist existing uillting eiiatjag ¬
ing contract acts It was not an unreason UnreAi unreasonable n i iable Iable
able expectation and hope he said that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the pneumatic tube system would ulti ultimately ultimately nit nitmately ¬
mately be used for the transmission > of oifreight oftreight offreight
freight and even of passengers He be believed believed belleeetI ¬
lieved that there ware illimitable possi pose poseblittues i ibiHties
biHties for or the invention inventionMr inenUonr InventionMr
Mr r Teller argued a ed that if the pneumatic pneumatictube pneum3Uatube pneumatl pneumatltube
tube service was valuable enough to ins Justify j8StUy instify ¬
tify expense it should be carried on by bythe bYjthe bythe
the Government not by Individuals He Hethought Hethought Hethought
thought it best now to knock the whole wholething wholething wholething
thing out of the bilL bilLAttar billAfter DHLAfter
After considerable debate the section sectioafavoring sectioIltavoriB sectionfavoring
favoring tavoriB pneumatic tubeS tubeawas was killed kHledI kftiedA killedA
A A Pension Recommended for Olivia OliviaJ
J Baker linkerThe BakerThe BakerThe
The Committee OB Invalid lftUd Pcnsisns PeMie el elthe ofthe f fthe
the House has reported favorably a raW an the tbobill thobill thebill
bill granting a pension to OHvta J Baker Bakerwidow Bekerwidow Balkerwidow
widow of Jclian G Baker who who While cat catployed empioyed eaiployed
ployed as a rigger at the Washington Navy NavyYard NavyYard avy avyYard
Yard was killed by a fall aU September S S1S99 SlS99
1S99 Baker served in the Navy avy as sea seaman Helman seaman ¬
man quartermaster chief quartermaster quartermastergunners qaartermasterU1ners quartermastergunners
gunners U1ners mate and chief eIIie gunners g1IBCersmato g1IBCersmatoduriDg n mete meteduring to toduring
during the civil h11 war warGOVZK1OEENT warGOV warGOVEBIThIINT
An 11 InveKti Investigation ation tion of the North Amer American American mer merenn ¬
ican enn Trust Company CompanyMr COmlRUoIr
Mr Jones of Arkansas Arkaa s today presented presenteda
a a resolution in the Senate S mate providing for foran foran foran
an investigation of the th monopoly or the theCttfeaa theCttbaa theCubes
Cubes basking business held by the North NorthAmerica NorthAmericas NorthAmerican
America Trust Company of Havana Haw as the thofiscal tsofi thefiscal
fiscal fi cal agent Jent of the United States Govern Coverameat CoeramCflt Governmeat
meat ia that island and stating that this thiscompany tMsCompeBY thiscompany
company exacts a commission on ail Gov Government Govern 0eveminent ¬
eminent ern nt drafts or warrants cashed cashedBARBED cashedBARRED cashedBARBED
Futile Attempt to Give the Envo Envothe EDOthe Envothe
the ITivileue ITivileueIn l ITI1cIC ITI1cICIn
In the Senate today Mr lr Allen moved that thatMessrs thatIessrs thatMessrs
Messrs Fischer Weasels and Wolmarans Wolmaransthe Wolmaranathe VolmaranSlthe
the Boer delegates be accorded the privi privileges pridleges privileges ¬
leges of the floor of the Senate during their theirstay tbeirSt1 tbeimstay
stay St1 in this country countryI
I object said Id Mr r Hawley very brus brusquely brusquely brasqueli ¬
quely quelyI
I hope no objection will be made Mr MrAllen MrAllen MrAllen
Allen pleaded pleadedWith pleadedWith pleadedWith
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determination came I object from Mr MrHawley YrHawley 31rHawley
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