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NUMBER 6717 WASHINGTON THURSDAY EVENING MAY 26 1910 19 O PRICE ONE CENT
SUBMARINE SINKS SINKSTWENL SINKSTENLYSEVEN
TWENL TENLYSEVEN YSEVEN mE mEAFTER DIEAFTER
AFTER COLLISION COLLISIONEntire
Entire Crew of French Craft CraftLost CraftLost CrafI t
I Lost Inthe In the EnglishChannel English EnglishChannel EnglishChannel
Channel ChannelPACKET ChannelPACKET ChannelPACKET
PACKET HITS BOAT BOATJUST BOATJUST BOATUST
JUST UST OFF CALAIS CALAISAnother CALAISAnother CALAISAnother
Another Accident Added to Already AlreadyLongList Alread AlreadLong y
Long LongList List of Sea SeaHorrors SeaHorrors SeaHorrors
Horrors HorrorsLONDON HorrorsLONDON HorrorsLONDON
LONDON May 26 26Twentsevenmen 26Twentsevenmenwere Twentyseven men menwere n
were drowned when the Franca sub submarine submarine submarine ¬
marine Pluvlose was sink 2I w k today tod In the theEnglish theEnlllsh th thEnglish e
English obannel in a cotllfrkm < 1ltlou with the theOilaisDover theCftla th thGtiaisDover e
OilaisDover Cftla Dover packet Dck t the Pas de Calais CalaisNot CalaisNot CalaisNot
Not a member of the crew survived survivedThe survivedThe survivedThe
The submarine nan wa U maneuvering ma4uvertn only onlya ont onta Y
a few f w mil miles 6 from Calais when the acct accident accldent acctdent ¬
dent occurred She i3hewas was halfsubmerged halfsubmergedNo ba18U g6d g6dNo
No adequate reason has been given Ivan for forthe tort fo fothe r
the t e catastroithThe catastrophe catastropheThe cta tropM tropMThe
The Pas de Calais nut back b k to Calais Calaisafter CaJaJ6alter Cal Calafter ak
after the accident in n a damaged con condition cond1I condIon ¬
dition d1I n None of her crew WM killed killedThe kUledrhe killedThe
The The crash came at a time when ac accfdent aecfdent accident
cfdent was the thing furthest from the themnds th thminds thmnds e
mnds of all The weather wag 88 brilliantand brilliant brilliantand brJllwntand
and the sunlight was reflected from fromwaves fromaes fro frowaves m mto
waves aes Just large enough to break into intotiny Intotiny in intiny to
tiny rlplets of white It is supposed supposedthat suppo supposthat ed edthat
that the crew of the Pluvlose thought thoughtthe thoughtthe thoughthe t
the packet could C4 Uld see their boat Evidently Evi Evidently EJdtntly ¬
dently however the packet was igno ignorant Ignorant Ignorant ¬
rant of the whereabouts wber boats of the sub submarine submarine su sumarine ¬
marine marineBritish marineBrItish marineBritish
British and French torpedoboarushed torpedoboats torpedoboatsrushed torpedobolLUrufhed
rushed to the rescue T but ut they Ute were t tlate too too 0 o
late to save the lives of the crew crev and andthey a athey
they were left cruising cnd lnc about with withnothing withnothing wl wlnothing th i
nothing to see but buttbe the sunlit waves waveswhlih wavewhi I IwhIh
whlih whi h bad become the grave of all n the themen themen Us Usmen e
men who manned the submarine submarineThis aubmariMThIs submarineThis
This disaster is another added to the thealready thealready th thalready e
already long H It t of submarine accidents accidentsThe aeJident aeJidentThe ents entsThe t
The following is the list of suck 8UC calami calamities calamities calamlties ¬
ties tiesBritish
British submarine Al AlSunk Sunk incol In col ¬
lision March 27 7 1 1101 0 eleven klllid
British submarine A5 iSuBk Sunk in ex explosfun explosion ¬
plosion February If 19M It threekUl threekUled tarea kill killed ¬
ed fifteen wounded WtJundc1British woundedBritish
British subrfBuitoe Al AtLxplosLo AtLxplosLoon Explosion Explosionon hplo ion ionon n
on board June 8 UHi 1901 ISO four fourteenHtilled ntille
French submarine Farfaiette larfMetteSuuk larfMetteSuukneat FarfeSrear Suuk Suuknear
near Tunis July Jul 6 1906 1 thirteen lost io L
French submarine LuUn LutinSun1c Sunk by ex ¬
plosion off Bizarta October 17 ttOS
Commander Fepoux and fourteen me men n
killedAmerican killed killedAmerican killpdAmerJcan
American submarine Viper Cuttlefishand Cuttlefish Cuttlefishand Cuttleft h hand
and Octopus OctopueCres Crews injured by Inhaling InMJ InMJpol Inhaipoisonous
poisonous pol roa onou8 gas as October 10 1906 on o n way wa y
froui = ro11 New York to Norfolk NorfokAmerican
American submarine Grampus and as nd d
Pike PIkeInured Inured in Mare Isjand Navy a7 Yar di l
by exploding barge September 1S 3906 J
One The killed several hurt
Italian submarine Koca blew up t In n
bay of Naples April 36th 169 JM eight t
killed
Russian submarine Kambala rammed
by b cruiser off Sebastopol Seba topol June 13th
1l4 190S 99 several eral sailors lion killed killedBritish kl1edBritish killedBritish
British submarine submari Cll rammed Tot Totcargo b bcargo
cargo steamship off Cromer ISngland Eng
July Jul 14th 1MB I thirteen sailors drowned
British l ritIsh submarines C16 and Rd C17 col ¬
lided at same time tI timQ but no one was
injured injuredJapan InjurPdJapaose injuredJapan
Japan Japaose se submarine sunk oft Japanese Japaneseccast Japaneseccast Japaneseccast
ccast 2V lareh arch 1910 by overloaded water
tanks All killed killedILL killedJOHNSON
JOHNSON kiltedMEMORIAL MEr MEMORIAL MEMORIALWILL ORlAL ORlALWILL
WILL BE ACCEPTED ACCEPTEDThe
The Frances Oliver Johnson Memorial Memorialbuilding MemorialbuIlding Memorialbuilding
building given by Dr Loren Johnson Johnsonto John on onto
to Garfield Hospital in memory mfJlHK of his hiswife Jal Jalwife hiswife
wife will be opened this afternoon at
Z oclock with fitting ceremonies ceremoniesDr ies iesDr
Dr Joseph Jo ph Taber Johnson father of
Dr L Loren reu Johnson will present thehew the thenew theIH
new IH W b building tildiag to Garfield Hospital HospitalThe
The little little daughter of Dr Loren John Johnson Johnson JohnMn ¬
son will then present the key of the
building to Gen George M Sternberg
president 1rfsld nt of the board of directors Jus Justic Justice
tice tic John M WHarlan Marian and the Rev Revmuel
Samuel muel H Woodrow wilt take part in inthe Inthe inthe
the program programThe programThe
The building given by Dr Johnson in
tits J1 1 wts wf s memory malnor is t s a handsome struc structure ¬
ture erected erE tfld at a cost of between ii06JOand JWOJO JWOJOand IOIJOtlnd
and 50000 OOO It is a childrens building bulldlrsnd butldirgInd
and nd stands at Tenth street tr t and Florida Floridaavenue FloridanvenJe Floridauve
avenue uve rje
avenueWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThE
The Eastern depression lira l u practically prac practically practan ¬
tically tan disappeared after showers showersWednesday showersWednesday bollersedn
Wednesday edn sdy and Wednesday Wedne day night in inthe Inthe inthe
the Atlantic States StatesFORECAST StatesFORECAST StatesFORECAST
FORECAST FOR THE DISTRICTFair DISTRICT DISTRICTFair DISTRICTFair
Fair tonight ton ht and Friday FrIda moderate moderatetemperature moderateemperturei moderatelightasorth
temperature lightnorth winds wiPdaTE1PBRATURE J JTEMPERATURE
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURES tE tES
S a niI m ft
9 a m i ft
10 a m < ef
f2 11 I a m IS ISi
i noon 7ft 7txE
1 p m 71 712pm
2 2pm p xE m = 7
3 p m f r l 79 79SUX I
SUX SUNTA13LE SUNTA13LESun TABLESun TABLE TABLESun
Sun rises 4un 488 488Sun 4 4un
Sun un sets 715 15
12 2 noon j f fTmE aTIPIE 68 68TIDE
TIDE TASDB TASDBToday T TlodayHlgk TATfd + B BtodayHigh
Today lodayHlgk High tide tW 95 9 9t1 a ro m and 9 9p 9S2 9S2i 9i 9im
p i m Low tide 111 31 a m and 409 409i 4119We 4 41T
i m mTomorrow
1T Tomorrow morrowHigh High tide 1908 a m and 81Hl
103 10 34 p m Low tide 11 1IIa 251 ja m and 4iS 4iSJp 48 48p 4 4fit 0
Jp p m
CONDITION OF TH THS WATERHARPERS WATER WATERH WATERPERS
H HARPERS PERS FERRY W Va May MayrBoth MaypBoth 36 36rBoth
rBoth rivers riv Cs cloudy cloud today todayWindows todayWindows todayWindows
Windows Glazed for 125 iasFrank 125Frank 125Frank
Frank Libbey Co6th Co 6th N Y Ave AveAdv AveAdv AveAdv
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JURORS SWORN IN INTO INTO
TO TRY MRS DOXEY DOXEYFOR DOXEYFOR
FOR ERDERS DEATH DEATHAccused
Accused Slayer Placed on onTrial onTrial
Trial Before Beauty Beautyproof Beautyproof Beautyproof
proof Jury JuryWOMAN JuryWOMAN JuryWOMAN
WOMAN CHARGED CHARGEDWITH CHARGED11TH CHARGEDWITH
WITH POISONING POISONINGProsecutor POISONINGProsecutor POISONINGProsecutor
j Prosecutor Asks No Clemency Be BeShown BeShown BeShown
Shown Defendant Because Becauseof
of Her Sex SexST SexST
ST LOUIS Mo May 26 6 Twelve Ju Jurors jurors jurots
rors were sworn in today to try Mrs MrsDora Mrsnor firsDora
Dora nor E Dexey xey accused of murdering
William J I Ender whom she Is said to
have married while the legal wife of Dr
Loren Doxey also awaiting trial for forcomplicity toroompUclty farcomplicity
complicity in the murder After the
juX jury was wa
empaneled the
opening ar arguments arsumen arguments ¬
guments sumen were made madeThe madeThe d dThe
The beautyproof jury juX was reminded remindedof
of the promise made at the preliminary preliminaryexamination J > reUmlnaryexamInctlon
examination examinationOpens examInctlonOpOO6 examinationOpens
Opens Plea for State StateAssistant I IAssistant
Assistant District Attorney Rosskopf Rosakopfmade Rosskopfmade
made the opening plea I Ie for the State
Remember he said Your sacred eacredpromise sacredprotnlse sacredpromise
promise made here only a few
hours ago to extend no clemency
to this defendant merely merel becauseshe because becauseshe becauseshe
she is a woman You
are not to to1Ht
be swayed by emotions or by kindly klndl klndlmpuJsf
impulses > Just because she Is s of the thesocalled thesocalled
j socalled weaker sex We will con convince convInce convince ¬
vince you that she married this mail mailclerk manclerk
clerk for no other purpose than ob ¬
taining taInlu the little amount of < money mone he
had and which accrued at his death
We W Ve will show In what manner subtle subtlepoisons subtlepoisons subtlepoisons
poisons were ere given to this unsuspect ¬
ing man and how he was dominated
by the th < will of this thl crafty craft clever biga blgamit i imist
mist who now comes before you ask askng ¬
ing ng that she bo turned free
We are nut here as persecutors and
ask you to judge the facts fairly and
impartially impartiallyThe
The State will show show the prosecutor
said that she did marry m rry Erder that thatshe thtah8 than
she lived with ith him as his wife iCe that thatshe thate thataloe
she e was Was introduced ntrodu ed by him as his wife wtfeand wifeand I Iand
and that while ahe a lived with him 1m as
hla hi h wife she carried ca out the a ajaboftcal t bollical I i
plot e of 0 of reed feeding bun cacod cacodyiatee caa d tea of so j jThe
d saa aa ar arenlal enlcal compound wJalc
OII fw osdltfotz OtI ofga75t ofga75tefted of galt or1
whir defied the dlaEJ10Ca of pby phystdaaa
sued from which Erder died
The State expects to show MO that that Dr
Dcxe Dcxey purchased purc aHd this eaotxlylates Jat In Co C ¬
lumbus Neb and sent it to Ms > > Ie wife wlf
here and sh she administered it according
to direction The State will show that
Doxey came here several days da after atterthe the
death of Erder registered r 18ter at the Maser M4 Ser
Hotel as L B Ender and Mrs Doxey
after she had collected the insurance
sent s nt the draft to Doxey at Columbus
and he banked it there Later she he joined I
her he husband And all the time the worn WOBlaJI wornan ¬
an WM administering adm niatering the drug she wasesteraaly was wasexter
externally exter ly the most affectionate and andsoUeHJotM
soUeHJotM of women womenBig womenBig
Big Crowd Present
ot one 01 the Historic murder tnu r casa casoeI casathat oasesthat
I that have been D en tried in the Four Courtsbuilding Courts Courtsbuilding CourtsbuIlding
building which for nearly half a ce cetury cea ceatur7 century
tury has been the arena for all suchdramas such suchdramas UChdrama
dramas enacted m St Louis ba has at attracted attracted attracted ¬
tracted such a crowd as attended theopening the thsopening theopenl
opening openl session sessionThe sessfoaThe 8on 8onThe
The The fact that th the defendant was a awoman awoman awoman
woman that she te young and not un uncomely uncomely uncomely ¬
comely aad that she is I charged with withthe Iththe Ith Iththe
the murder of 0 the man who led her to tothe tothe tothe
the altar just a few weeks weeks before his hisuntimely hisuntimely hisuntimely
untimely death de th coupled with th the mys mystery mystery mystery ¬
tery that has surrounded the move mov0l1ents mov0l1entsof tents tentsof tentsof
of the defense defen e ever since nee the case gainedpublicity gained gainedpublicity aIned aInedpublicity
publicity acted as an irresistible mag magnet magJtt magnet ¬
net netENGLAND JttENGLAND netENGLAND
ENGLAND MAKES MAKESMERRY MAKESMERRY MAKESMERRY
MERRY FOR FO MARY MARYQueens MARYQueens MARYQueens
Queens Birthday Observed Despite DespiteMourning Despitellourning DespiteMourning
Mourning for Late KingEdward King KingEdward KingEdward
EdwardLONDON Edward EdwardLONDON EdwardLQJQN
LONDON May 26 bEngland 6 England partially partiallyforgot partlalhforgot partiallyforgot
forgot her mouralng for the late King KingEdward KlnSEtlward KingEdward
Edward today in celebrating the forty fortythird tortythird fortythlyd
third birthday anniversary annlversa of Queen QueenMary QueenMar QueenMary
MaryThe Mary MaryThe Mar MarThe
The celebration however was lacking lackingin lackin lackinin t
in most of r the gala features that Iat usually usuallymark ulRlaUymark usuallymark
mark the birthday of Englands QueenAn Queen QueenAn
An artillery salute in St James Park Parkotncially Parkotflclally
announced the e eent ent nt to the city cityMany cityMany
Many ttoral t orsl gifts were sent to Bucking ¬
ham palace palaceONE palaceONE
ONE HUNDRED DIE DIEIN DIEIN
IN FIRE IN JAPAN JAPANDetails JAPANDetails
Details of Damage Done At Aomori AomoriTold AomoriTold AomoriTold
Told By Passengers AtVictoria At AtVictoria AtVictoria
Victoria VictoriaVICTORIA VictoriaVICTORIA VictoriaVICTORIA
VICTORIA B C May 26 6The The story storyof stor storof Y
of how DM persons were burned to todeath todeath t 0
death and 806 buildings were are burned burnedwith burnedwith
with a loss of 2500000 was told to today today today ¬
day when wn the liner Inaba arrived with withthe withtho wit witthe h
the details of the fire which swept sweptAomori sweptAomorl s ept eptAomori
Aomori Japan JapanA
A thousand people were rendered
homeless by the disaster and savershundred several severalhundred severalhundred 1
hundred by a powder explosion whir whirfollowed which h
followed the blaze Famine and pesti pestilence pestilence pestslence ¬
lence still menace the refugees refugeesWHITE refugeesWHITE refugeesWHITE
WHITE SLAVER GIVEN GIVENPENITENTIARY GIVENPENITENTIARY GIVENPENITENTIARY
PENITENTIARY TER TERNEW TERM TERMNEW TERMNEW M
NEW YORK May Jay 26 26An An indetermin ¬
ate sentenceof sentence or not more than two years yearsand y ears earsand e errs
and six months nor less than five fivemonths fivemonths fiv fivmonths e
months was Imposed by Judge Craln Cralntoday Craintoda Craf Craftoday n
today toda on Belle Moore the negress convieted con convicted ¬
feted last week of selling two girls s
tor immoral purposes purposesHer1 purposesHerattorney purposeshier
Her1 Herattorney of attorney orn i AsQ secured ured a a stay 8m of exe execution execution execation ¬
cution of o sentence sen c pending J > I1ding appeal appealLOO appealSLOG appealf100
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PETER GOELET GERRY GERRYShown GERRYShown GERRYShown
Shown Giving an Order to the Chauffeur on His Way to Be Married 1 med to Miss Mathilda > Townsend To d at Ifoen Today
TRAINMEN DISCUSS DISCUSSDlSPUTED DISCUSS01SPUTEDPOINTS
DlSPUTED 01SPUTEDPOINTS 01SPUTEDPOINTSConferences POINT POINTConferences
Conferences Befng Be ng Held to toReadjust toR toReadJjust
Readjust R adjust Southern Wage WageScale WageScale WageScale
Scale and System SystemWhile SYstemWhiletbe
While Whiletbe U UN officers of the Southern rail railway railway ¬
way declare d cJare they do not regard th thsituation tAe tAesitUlltteJt thesituation
situation as c critical there to
every rca rason reason rcato ¬
son to believe MYe that unless unl an agreement
Is today y or tomorrow between betweenthe betw betwthe betweenthe
the representatives repre entativeB of th the eoa4ucion1and conductors conductorsand
and trainmen and President W W V P Fin Finley lI1nley 1inley
ley on the question of waS wages there will wt wtbe willbe
be a prolonged debate that may end lit littrouble tnu tnpormore istrouble
trouble troubleFor troubleFor u
For pormore more than a week th the executive executiveofficers
officers of tio t road have been in close closeconference closeconference
conference with the representatives of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the employee Dally meetings havebeen have havebeen havebeen
been held and the situation lias vas bean k kmoet beesmoot beanmost
most carefully canvassed C ved by both sides sfdeeThe ald aldThe sidesThe
The trainmen and conductors want a anew u unew anew
new adjurunent a of the wags scale in inaddition Inaddition inaddition
addition t tu n Increase IncreaseThe IlICree IncreaseThe e eThe
The scale on the Southern is a aor ma maof x xof
of intricate figures cures that retires the theaid theaid thead
aid of an expert accountant it ti master masteraccording ma masteraccording ter teraccording
according to the trainmen They The desiresome desire desiresome desiresome
some adjustment that wilt 1It permit more moreuniformity moreuniformity noteuniformity
uniformity and an easier understanding understandingof
of the system systemBoth sYl systemBoth m mBoth
Both Sides Conciliatory ConciliatoryThe
The representatives repre ntatlves ef e the employes ompboyosand employesand omployosand
and of the executive officers each MC state statethat s ite itethat te tethat
that so far in the conferences that have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been held h ld both sides have shown a dig digposition d dposition diaposition
position to eliminate all matters mat t3 of dif difference difference lt ltfrence ¬
ference between betw eI1 them themPresident themPresident themPresident
President Finley and his assistants ar aranxious are areanxious areanxIous e
anxious that the men shall obtainlarge obtain as aslarge
large an increase of wages as the re resources resources ¬
sources of the roads can permit 8nnlt and andare andare andare
are as anxious 1UJo s to make plain the ac accounting sccountlnb accounting ¬
counting systems In so far as they the relate relateto relateto roiatto e
to the time and payment payme t of the em employes employes employes ¬
ployes ployesThe ployesThe ployesThe
The employes agents declare they theyunderstand theyunderstand the theunderstand Y
understand the situation but they are arefirm arefirm ar arfirm e
firm in their demands and will insist insistupon lo insieupon I t tupon
upon an agre agreement aS1 Qent in accordance aoc rdance with withtheir wt wttheir th tth
their own Jieaa JieaaPresident lIb2UPresident i9rasPresident
President Finlr feels encouraged to tohope t o
hope for an amicable amI ble adjustment of the theconditions theconditione th thconditions
conditions becaurie beeau of the success at atthe
tanned with the engineers
or the food O n
the same question
some week ago asro a
Then an agreement was reached where w o ¬
by wages were Increase < < on an average aYj3ra av rag e
of about 3 I per cent throughout throust throughout > ut the
Southern system systemPresident systemPresident
President Finleys Statement StatementThe StatementThe
The following statement of or the situa situation situa situation ¬
tion was m mlde ide this morning by Presi Pre t ¬
dent Finley FinleyConferences FinleyConfcrcn FinleyConfcrcnnes
Conferences Confcrcn are now in progress i in InVashlngton tt
Washington looking to the adjustment adjustmentof ttt t
of the wagftpcale of conductors and andtrainmen andtrnlnmen a
trainmen employed on the railways o of orthe f
the Southeast The Brotherhood of Con Conductors Conductors Conductors ¬
ductors and anG1raInmen Trainmen has suggesteduniform suggested auggestedaunifoI41 a auniform
uniform adjustment with the lines In Inthe inthe Jr Jre
the th e Southeastern States StatesThe StatesThe
The conferences now in progress
are aretor err e
for the purpose of spaing s lnS whether w etber It IB IBpracticable I Ipracticable 1practicable e
practicable In n view of differing condi ¬
tions prevailing > in different parts o of f
this territory to arrive at a fair basis ba sis
I
of adjustmnt by collective < action
The conferences of heads of depart departments departments departments ¬ I
ments of tie Southern such as haY have havethis e I
been In PCObleSS at the main office In i n
this t ls city for the ie past pastweek week or tondays tondaysare ten days daysare I
are annual affairs a off It t is stated and hav havno have a
no significance other than to show a
desire for fnt1 fnticiate fntnt 1 ate te knowledge of all de departments d dpartments e ¬ I
partments on the part of the president presidentand presIdentand t
and other headquarters he quartera officers otftcersto
to
LIQUOR QUESTION QU + STION STIRS STIRSA
A 4 4CHURCH CHURCH CONVENTION CONVENTIONResolution
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Resolution ges lution Denouncing the Liquor Traffic Traffich TrafficSociany h Socially SociallyFinancially SocianyFinancially Socia l Yr YrFinancialY
Financially and Politically Throws TIY ws PresbYterianGeneral Presbyterian PresbyterianGeneral PresbyterianGeneral
General Assembly Into Int Wild W d Disorder
ATLANTIC dTT Y Me Mar rar a 3iThe 28 The The Gen Genoral GeRerI Genoral
oral Assembly of the Presbyterian PresbyterianChurch Pre Pr bytrlan bytrlanChurch yter yterChurch
Church was thrown Into a state of ofwild ofwild ofwild
wild disorder today tA day by Ute debate upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the resolution re ohztlon introduced by Homer HomerCastle HomerCastle HomerCastle
Castle the th Prohibition nomlnoe for forgovernor forgoernor forgovernor
governor In the last election in Penn ¬
sylvania calling upon the convention conventionto
to declare decl r itself socially financially financiallyand finaDclallyAnel
and politically against the the ho liquoruasba liquor liquortraffic liquortrame
traffic trafficSuch trameSuch uasbaSuch
Such an uproar as ensued has n never neverbeen neverbeen v r rbeen
been witnessed in an assembly It te tedeclared i6declared mdeclared
declared that it is an effort by MrCastle Mr MrCastle XrCaatle
Castle who Ie 1 a coramlslooner to tIM theassembly th thassembly tIMHambly
assembly to embroil emit roll the Prfcsbyterlan Prfcsbyterlanchurch Prkltytertnehurch Friklayterbaachurch
church in n politic pol1tlC6J politicIf
If J this be politics God help tH thechurch th thchurch tHchurch
church then if i it does not go into pol politics politics politics ¬
itics said Mr Castle rushing to the theplatform thepJatform theplatform
platform to defend d 1end his resolution resolutionImmediately rMohattonImmediately resolutionImmediately
Immediately the hall rang with withcries withcries Ith Ithcries
cries of men attempting to be heardTROOPS heard heardTO heardTROOPS
TROOPS ORDERED ORDEREDTO
TO QUELL STRIKEGovernor STRIKEGovernor STRIKE STIEGovernor
Governor of Georgia Takes TakesPrompt TakesI s
I Prompt Steps to Prevent PreventMine Pr vent ventMine
Mine Troubles TroublesATLANTA TroublesATLANTA TroublesATLANTA
ATLANTA Ga May Ila 26 SThe The gover governor governor governor ¬
nor of Georgia Ge rgia received re elved reports early earlythis earlyths earl y
this morning that a a riot is in progress progressat progre progreat
at the Lookout Coal and Coke Com Companys Companys ¬
panys plant oft Lookout Mountain Mountainimmediately aad andImmediately aadimmedlatel
Immediately ordered outthe militia com company comptLny ¬
pony stationed statlon at Rome Ga GL to t proce pr prto pct < ff ffto < 1 1to
to Durham Ga and suppress the tbeup tbeuprising up uprising t > p ¬
risingThe rising risingThe risingThe
The authorities at the mines m las when whenstatement whencalled who whocalled n
called by telePhone declined dedln to make any anystatement an anstatement y
statement The situation is said to be beserious beserious b bserious e
serious seriousTWO seriousTWO seriousTWO
TWO MISSING BOYS BOYSSOUGHT BOYSSOU BOYSn
SOUGHT SOU SOUuHTBY n HT BY POLICE POLICEBaltimore P0L IC
Baltimore Lad Fifteen Years Old OldRelieved
Relieved 1 elieved to Be In InThis InThis
This City CityJacob CityJacob Ci CiJacob
Jacob Goldberg of 1416 East T FaeU FaeUstreet FcayeUe FcayeUestreet ayette ayettestreet e
street Baltimore has asked the Wash WaIIhlrigton W Washington ash ¬
ington police to find his fifteenyearold fifteenyearoldson fitteen year ol d
son Morris who is believed to be in intwo Inthis i n
this eltJ dtr The boy left hit hoole nearly nearlytwo near neartwo Y nY
two weeks w ks ago His father thinks he hecame hecame h e
came to L > this city elt to seek 1ek employment employmentReport emIJ employmenReport ment mentReport z
Report was made to the police oh e today todaythat lode todathat Y
that James Honson eighteen years old oldhas oldhas of d
has been be en missing since Tuesday Tuesda morn morning ¬
ing from Ws home oil Eighth stye street streetsouthwest streetsuthwest et
southwest His parents think he may mayjhave mD mDave m s > a i
jhave 1 > < ave left l left t the city
There were a fazWade fusl ade of G appeals appealsixrtats appeaJts appealsotnts
ixrtats otnts ts of order etc otcT etcThe etcThe
T The e R Bee v Dr Little the moderator moderatorr m04 moderatorrapped ratot ratotrapJHMI
r rapped pj od in vain vat for order 0CtI4 TM tur tutmoll turmoil Utr7 Utr7moU ¬
moil continued for ten mtmttee tes When Whoahe Whenhe Wh Whhe
he could nactlly make his voice vole beard beardDr 1MutIDr heardDr
Dr Little said saidThis saidrhis saidThis
This This assembly Is never never er so intern internperate tat tatperate lateenperatc
perate as when W cttscuseteg 4 Bt temperance teiaperaaeematters t temperancematters J pWa1Oit pWa1Oitmatters
matters mattersFinally mattersFlnJI mattersFinally
Finally FlnJI appeal 8JIIP l was made by b the themore them6re lbemore
more conservative eo e members m mbeS > < s to takeup take takeup take1IP
up th the regular re Jr business 1MISID They were werewithout werewithout werewithout
without avail availAfter avaHfter availafter
After fter nearly an hour had been b6 A lout tostIn 108tI loutto
In I the deafening uproar the th aseem aseemoly m mbly
bly eliminated the political politi reference referencein
in the resolution and amid cheers cheersand crs crsand
and applause apptau adopted it In a modified
form formThte torvLl1Wa
This l1Wa called upon the Presbyterian
Church to admonish dmonl h its people to
keep themselves separate and apart tart
from the liquor trafflcCONTRACTORS traffic trafficJury tratneCONTRACTORS
CONTRACTORS PLEA PLEAUPHELD
UPHELD BY COURT COURTs
Jury ury to Hear He r Damage Suit SuitAgainst SuitAg SuitAgainst
Against Ag jnst District District DistrictPolice DistrictPolicePovers Police PolicePowers PolicePowers
Powers Sustained SustainedA
A jury will deddR decW the t e merits of the theuit theuttI
uit uttI r 15000 brought against the theDistrict tJe tJeDl tileDlotrict
District Dl trIct 111 > By y ContractorJan Contractor ames es L Par Parsons ParOQ8 Farsons ¬
sons OQ8 for damages d he sets 5 ts were caused causedbtm CU6 CU6him causbhn
him when the delivery of stone to beueed be beused
used in the base construction of the theMunicipal theKnlclpaJ theMunicipal
Municipal building was wasdelaJed delayed for forninety foretT fo r
ninety etT daysThe days daysThe da g gTiMt
The District Court Connor of Appeals this thismorning tblsrnhS ibismorning
morning rnhS In disposing of a number numbercases of ofcases ofeees
cases filed an opinion by Associate AssociateJustice AssociateJustice
Justice Van Orsdel which dimisses dt > Fmiss
1 the tb plea pie of the District DI trf t that t hq b j pie pieonce > res resence TCien >
ence en once e of Leslie Shaw then then Secretary Secretary of ofthe otthe o i
the Treasury Trea ury on the tb bunding ctimmlt ctimmlttee t dririnIttee ril nlt nltte
tee tee te with the CommiBslOHepo made the t tconstruction
construction of the city edifice a gov governmental sovernJDental ov overranental ¬
ernmental function fUD < tl n ParstWs declared d ddcltr c1 rea
that the committee commltteeVas was a a Distr District n
committee ooinmiU e and that contracts made
for the erection of t the District build ¬
ing In were District contract
Mr Parsons Pars > n contention issus rsstipfaine Ss > ained
and the case will go to trial on the th e
opinionCOL opinion opinionCOL QplnienCOL
COL W V S FRANKLIN FRANKLINRESIGNS FRANKLINRESIGNS
RESIGNS HIS POST POSTOldest POSTOldest POS T
Oldest Member of Lighthouse LighthouseBoard LighthouseBoard e
Board Asks to Be BeRelieved BeRelieyed
I Relieved RelievedCoL
CoL W S Franklin U Us S A retired retiredtoday retiredtoda
today toda r sent his resignation re tgnaU as a mom ¬
ber be of the Lighthouse Board to to the th e
Secretary iof Commerce and Labor
Colonel Franklin waS trite oldest mom ¬
ber of the board having ha ng beenappolnt been appoint ¬
ed byEresldent edby Eresl ent Arthur la 111SS5 111SS5t iSIS
t
TOWNSENDGERRY TOWNSENDGERRYWEnDING r
HE AT HUH HUHDistinguished NOONDistinguishe
Distin Distinguished ished Company At Attends Attends Attends ¬
tends Most Brilliant Mar Marriage Marriage
riage of 0 f Years YearsQuite YearsQuite
Quite the most brUUant b wetting r inthe in inthe Iathe
the social history of 0 the Xational Op Opal
JiaJ al took place at noon today toIb in UK UKpalatial tINpaJattaf thepalatial
palatial home of o Mrs l r rs sf Richard Town Townsend TOWIIMDIl Townseed
send on Masnetaneetts 1 cbu etts avenue avtnaa when whenidles
idles Muhttd Townnend WMeIId became the theTVife tMvie therife I
vie of Peter Geelet Gerry of New Newi
i fTk fTkA r rk rkA r1tA I
A company of 2U including th tile Preel Preeldent Pre Preaident
dent of tfc the Untied UJdt States the Vice VicePresident Vk VkPresfdart Ice IcePNlIiIWent
President and Mr hits Ira Sherman several severalCaMnet severalCabtoet en11 en11CaWOet
CaMnet members and their wives a anumber aumber I
n number of diplomats and other prorai proraiaent promIDeftt pcomdseat
seat effletals ifteIaIa attended the ceremony ceremoeywhich eereaaoR7wtdch
which w hich wacifOiemnfMd emDbed by the Rev Revload Ro Roland B0laM ¬
land Cotton Smithv Sm1 rector of the faafc faafckMmMe fuhIoIta faahlosable
losable IoIta Ie St Johns Epi Episcopal copQ Church ChnrcnArtistic CJuzrehArtJs ChurchArtistic
Artistic ArtJs e floral decorationB decorattoosfire enhanced enhancedth eahaDeedtile
th tile beauty of the handsome hlll me houseitself house housetwett enhancedk in inHaeK
itself an admirable a mtrble settteg wag for a ruedding weddtag wed wedding ¬
ding Quantities of ptak p hydras hydrasfogased hydrangea cIIU cIIUfet eas
ferited fet the decorations In the main ea eatraine eatrauce eatrance
trance hall and lid on the marMe We stair stairway stairway stairway ¬
way and tn n the upper halls were Jar Jardinieres jardinleces jardinieres ¬
dinieres of pink and white w tte peoniesdrawing peonies eODioea The Thedrawing Thedl
drawing dl wlago room through which the bridal bridalparty bridalparty
party passed to the improvised improvisedn attar attarin a1trIn
in n the ball room where the ceremony ceremonywas ceftIDORyas cererron cererronwas y
was > as performed was Adorned with tall tallAmerican milAmericaB tallmerican
American A Beauty roses and IMi cteatang cluateasorchids cI 8tMs of oforchids 8Corchld
orchids
Altar in Alcove AlcaveAn AkeveAn AlcoveAn
An aisle of 0 white marble marbletopped peetls peetlstopped pe et ettopped
topped with standards staJMI of 0 OIlilies AJIRdattoa1t1ies Aaa Annunciation AnnunciationTIMee1 > aadarioa
lilies formed the way for the theprsoeesioa bridal bridalproaeseion br1 I Iprooe
proaeseion prooe sloR through th the sell room te the thealtar thealtar thealtar
altar arranged in fine t e b big alcove An Anarch Aaarch A Aarch a
arch of Farieynes ferns was wasoyer arranged arrangedover arrangofover
over the white and gold mirror Isalcove in the theateove theaJeove
alcove and studded with clusters s sorange of oforange oforaDge
orange orange blossoms A nape cluster deterrchids of oforchids fitorcldds °
orchids o was wan 8 suspended directly over overbridal thelAfes the theridal theridal
ridal party p ty and a tall vase of ofstood Miles Milesstood JtItesstood
stood just at the side of o the altar altarLieutenant altarLieutenant sitarLieutenant
Lieutenant Santelmann directed ur ed the or orchestra orcheStra oroilestra ¬
chestra from the Marine Band Ba Baud cI which whichplayed whichplaYed whirlplayed
played the wedding we clt music Charles Cbar H HStrong HStronl
Strong of Erie Pa uncle of the theescorted bride brideescorted Mide8I6COrtEd yr
escorted her h and gave her in marriage marriageMtes tsar JDarMJs8 tsarMiss
Miss Townsend was a lovely bride in inher in inhet i iher n
her handsome bridal costume of point poIatdAleqcon poutdAleijoon pointdAlenoon
dAlenoon dAleqcon lace over white satin sau satinchiffon and andchiffon Dd Ddchmon
chiffon The bodice bodee was draped nped effec e eee < < ¬
tively wkh 1th th the th Wee caught just at atthe attherisht the theright
right of v f the come with a cluster of oforange oforange o oorange f
orange blossoms ant the train was lie held id
in place on the skit skt i with wt tiny bows bowswhite of ofwhit ofwhite
white satin Un Her b > nr veil ell of o tulle com completely complet comstabs ¬
pletely plet ran stabs esveloped envek pedno tM ne figure ure and lad was ar arranged arran arran ¬
ranged ran d on MT heae vith Ith a coronet of ofatfra1 o t
rtatftral tat risl orange o nge bloc bio oms om Tfc 11 Bridal
bouquet was tI ls a shower of white e hlds hldsand h hand lldsand
and lilies > of the va vaky vak ky > y Her only orna ornament ornament ornameat ¬
ment was W8 abeautlul a euUu string of pearls pearlsAttended e8I1sAtte1
Attended Atte1 d by Miss Elkins ElkinsMise ElkinsMise ElkinsMiss
Mise Kathedre Blkias the JJIi mid Id of ofhonor ofhonor a ahonor P
honor wore a princes robe of set setdifferent several severaldifferent verI verIdlnerent gal
different kinds kln s of rare lace over white whitesatin wllltesatin whitsatin e
satin with a > 3 white lace hat hatof trimraed trimraedwith trJmmedwith
with clusters of mauve mtUlveorchl orchids ls and car carried e eried earTied ¬
ried a clue4er of mauve orehidc orehilIrileo and andWiles cI cIJUIe
Wiles of the tb valley valleyRobert valleyRebert
Robert Livingston Gerry of K N8 hew w Tor Toracted York Yorkacted Yorkacted k
acted as best t man n for Ids brotherthere brother and andthere aadthere
there were no assists or other att attants attend attendants atteDelant ¬
ants antsImmediately ant1mmediatel antsImmediately
Immediately after tile ceremony ceremonyinformal and andinformal Dd DdinonnaJ
informal reception which folk follow follosrti follosrtiwedding > wfl > < I a awedding aweddlDg
wedding breafcfaat was served at w wMch kdd r
the guests were seated at small sma l tables tab ea
The dlniBgrooiB was dooerated with withContinued eaa a aContinued aContinued
Continued on Eighth Page
NICARAGUA GUNBOAT GUNBOATLIKELY at atLIKELY
LIKELY TO BE SUNK SUNKAS SUNKAS
AS A PIRATE SHIP SHIPCommander SHIPCommander SHIPCommander
Commander Gilmer of the thePaducah thePaducah thePaducah
Paducah Has Orders O ders to toFire toFire toFire
Fire When Necessary NecessaryVENUS NecessaryVENUS Neces a ry
VENUS HAS NO RIGHT RIGHTTO RIGHTTO RIGHTTO
TO SEARCH VESSELS VESSELSAmerican V VESSELSAmerican SS LS LSAmerican
American Interests Are to Be Pro Protected Protected ¬
tected At All Hazards B By BySecretltsj r
Secretary Knox KnoxBecaMe
Because American property was wasdansencl en
dangered when ths MadriE adrk gunboat ti ue ueVen tieVenn a aVenus
Venus Ven nr fired 4 on ft and D4 boarded fie M vessel vesselEsvierao sesselEse e5MI e5MIE8I
Ese Esvierao Mr2O o near BluefleJds yesterday k is ismore Ismore ismote
more than tile probable that the tattedStates tatted TJnteedStates U UStat
States Stat will eedare U the e Veous to be bepirate e a 3Pirate
pirate ship sMpIf shipIf IbIpIt
If this to 1 done Commaador GBmee Gfiimerwho Gftaerwho
who is in charge of the Amariean Am navy navyreprasentatioa navyrepreserrtadon 7 7rep
reprasentatioa rep off of the Nicaraguan eoast e at oasta atIll
ttill a Ill be JD instructed inst acted to take such AC seeps ashe as ash Uht
h ht deenw necessary to ouiet or pet outof out outof
of oomiiifciilun oom lOll the offending otle dtDg Madrte boat boatAlthouen 1 boat boatAlthou66 oat oatoJtl1ousG
Althouen offtdal etateoieats at the theDepartment tbeDepartmeDt the1eepartment
Department of State this afternoon tenIooII were werethat werethat werethat
that no adon don is contemplated at once It Itwas ItWU t twa
was admitted ttted that Secretary SecretatyKDox SecretatyKDoxlb Knox Aasthe lass lassthe
the lb incident under COD consideration II < < atlon and that thatI
a a decided move may ma be made JDad with the theview t1aeiow
view of protecting all American owned owaedcraft ownedcraft wae waecraft
craft going Into Nicaraguan waters watenSlats watersStatus
Stat Slats of the Easaens Easaensi
In a cable dispatch received by the thedepartaent thed thedepart
departaent d depart part1Mftt ent today from Consul XoCfettconftnrlAtJoG Moffatt Moffattconflrnriatioo folfattconfirnrtlon
conflrnriatioo was had of the searehH MrdIIag g of ofthe ofthe r rthe
the ggsuorao by the officers and crew crewof crewof crewof
of the Venus Other dispatches t itee aad M datailed ee Mtatled
tailed inquiry by b the department howeer how howe w we
e eer er have lave notnbttuhral notnbttuhralThat e estabriehedThat tbl18ltedThat
That the Essnerao was not flying biaSthe biaStheAmerteaa the theAsoeriean theAver
Asoeriean AmerteaaTht Aver enu enuThat fla flaThat
That she is as American owned craftThat craft craftThat ertThat
That abe has a Nhatraguan 1I paa fir regfeiarand resIMraDd firand
and tbt Bite was eying yt g the 2CicacaguaA N Nfta
fta < <
That because of these t 8IIe things t tags ane she hadso had hadno ad adDO
no technical t rt right bt to claim claimtion tne nreMe nreMetton KeMetioD
tton of dUe Government bat wes and andIB 8Mto aasdthe
IB to all intent and purposegovernment purpose un < u the theNjcarasuan dte30YelDlDeDt
Njcarasuan government xovernmentBut 30YelDlDeDtBQt
But Mr Ksox sticks to Ida orteal ortealcontention ocigaalcoaeIaUoD odgienia
contention th thsot that a at ta American property pIOpertylOt haH haHnot
not be endansered by file internal es esrnekinn 61loDe diaamaienn
rnekinn loDe which bicb are nowt now tearizur t tacua Nicar Nicraua Nicaragua ¬
agua from end to end He Hemta Is tteeeribed describetis
s j > maintaining mta amg that American property propertysmn pIOI fy fydaIl
salt b be held safe on sea a sa w well N as e eand oil oilIan4I oaland
land and flat if ItMIII8 necessary Amarieaa Amarieaamust as asacme
acme must see that rids rule Aare of safety safetyfe tr trenforced
fe enforced enforcedCem eafo enforcedCommander > eecL eecLCemmuQer
Cem Commander aafi r Gamers ordersCeamtaoder Orders OrdersCoaMnaader Or ers ersCOMIfl11er
CoaMnaader Gilmer s mstruetions s as asthe asthey ashey
they t DOW stead An bread aad give hiss bIatbe hisshe
tt
the t he authority authorlt to fire and a fight A tat m anemergea an anemergency a aemergeD
emergeD emergency but the general impression linpifjgaionin a III IIIba
in ofOete circles this afternoon Is that thatate thathili timthis
ate original ori < < DiIl instructions will 1o 1 be so am ampttned ampWIed amrptified
pttned as to enable ena Ie him to prevent prete m mthe utthe
the e f future any DF hazarding At f American Americanmaritime daseriotnmaritime DterieanJMUtdJDe
maritime property propertyHe pnpertHe propertyHe
He may attack the fores about Bl Blue Bluefleids e eflelds
flelds de at any tune he considers r it hry neces necessary ¬
sary na 0 The force of bI1Ioejllck bluejackets 1B under underhte er ercommand
hte rycommand command reenforced by layharbor the t e JIhIpbartMw ships shipstnkihe
tnkihe harbor are believed to be su sufioimt suf sufficient 8111ftcteat ¬
ficient to enforce his orders 0Iden and to 0 meet meeti meetermesEemY
i any emergency emergencyMr DeY DeYr
Mr r Knots announced l bit intention to toprotect toprotect toprotect
protect American property in Iaall isrtaa 2Hcara 2Hcaragua
gua all the more endangers e the t tOf neelliiii neelliiiiOf > i iM
Of the Venus Yen when it Is isth re rea d dtJaat
tJaat th at she bas DO m authority to casly en enbloclaMle ena
a blockade or to stop and search MareIIStllee ves vesaela vesBeta
Beta Since she te without wtt oat thte author authority audIorIt
ity It abe is liable to being classed s an anpirate a apirate apirate
pirate craftSecretary craftSecrets craft craftSecretary
Secretary Secrets Ka KRex z Ceamea Co > atmerl ed edThat edTbat
That the Secretary Seeretar arm paUey PeIIe7protec pstieyprotecting of ofprotecting
protecting protec Ameriean m property m the re region regioD regbs ¬
gion made dangerous by the fighting of ofthe oftbe
the asadrfet drts and Estrada Krada forces t woes te belay beiajpredated Ite Iteappreciated belaya
predated a fed is shown by a telegram t re reved Iee reved
e ved at the department today today fran frana
a number of business men of Mew 1 Orleans Or Orleans 01leans ¬
leans They set forth that they own fIJ a < 0 0per i
per cent t of the S7di0609 S7MOtiM 1 invested on the theAtlantic UteAtIantltcoast theAtlantic
Atlantic AtIantltcoast coast of Nicaragua N and that tharthey tlIatbeY
they greatly gr 4ly appreciate what the tbepa De DeDartment Depar
Dartment par pa nea t of State and the navy have haveinveaonentx we we40De
done to iDeure the protection eC their ttMirmTeJlUD theirimeesztoanta
inveaonentx inveaonentxNo mTeJlUD tll tllNo
No dispatches were received recef at thertment the thedepartment thedellalt11MUt
department rtment today giving ving any ne news wa o of offighting otft
ft ks fighting < < DtlJI < < in the neighborhood borhoed oC oGr o Blue Bhaenelds BlueftflcI
nelds ftflcI Mr Ys r Kno Knox is described aa frt frtlownuj feoIlowing fWiowing
lowing his h policy isy of protecting proC Amer American AricaD ¬
ican property prope y while awaiting awaltin < < the es establishment Mtabltshment e ¬
tablishment of some SO stable government governmentby
by one of the two factions now at war warLED warLED
LED BY AMERICANS AMERICANSESTRADA A11ERICANSESTRADA s
ESTRADA MEN ROUT ROUTPROVISIONAL ROUTPROVISIONAL
PROVISIONAL ARMY ARMYBLrEFIELDS ARMYBLlEFIELDS
BLrEFIELDS May 1 SThrotlgk 3SThrough ai Throsagh the theunerring tbeuneniDc theunerring
unerring aim at of American gunners PDA tIS and andthe andtine lid lidthe
the grit of the M small n Eetraaa Ua army the thegovernment tIaefereeB
government force have been driven drivenback rtnnbIIdt
back from trot the city and the he custero custerohccse e1IIIItemu csatAmhome
home has u been recaptured by the forces forcesof forcesof
of the tb provisional pnvi8io a1 government Two Twohundred Twobuadecl
hundred have been D killed kil ed in n the fighting fightingand flyand IIbdDclid
and lid more than 469 wounded woundedThe wouBdedThe
The Madrix forces f are today falling
back but the insurgent army na7 Is s nliety nlietyto JIIIebto lp
to lose the advantage it has gained in inapparently illthe
the repulM became oC tile fact tba that It Itapparently
apparently rcntlY is demoralized demoralizedThe de aoraJIad aoraJIadThe
The gove government t forces were stem in infollowing mfotlowingup
following fotlowingup up then thehrktory MII victory of yesteroay yesteroaymorning yeetet yeetetmorn aterdyJDOnamg
morning morn mornfnsurrent giving girt girttasks ng the Americans ryas ryasme in the theinsurgent
fnsurrentgirt insurgent ranks ti time me meng to rally Estradas Estradasleaders EatnwtasI
leaders I and late yesterday afternoon afternoonthe attenaoonthe
the repulse npal e of the Madriz forces often began banAe
As 8 the army of Madriz a rb fell back backunder bockunder leekuDder
under the heavy ileaV rain of shells again aainand againand ft ftaDd
and again it attempted to beta its itsground ItsgreuDd itsground
ground throwing throwt r up trenches treDC es about a a athe
the city The soldiers were killed as asthey dth
they th y dug the ditches ltcbe < < picked I Ickecl off by
the field guns g operated bar y the Amer American Mer Merlean ¬
lean soldiers of furtune fn tune or nicked k ked oft oftby offby
by the sharpshooters sllarp booters from the States StatesThe stateThe StatenThe
The Madriz b army appeared posted to be bearma bendtcapped
JaaDdtcapped ha by Y lack or o Pl0It proper r arma armament ar arment nsa ¬
ment mentIt mentIt hatIwas
It tIwas was made certain that should the theMadriz tMXadrb
Madriz troops attempt to Invest IDVe c Bine Binefields BIIMfields Btt
fields the American gunners g DDenJ necs with wIthEIItrada the theEstrada e eEgtrsda
Estrada army would sniff drive dr a them back backWith b4LekWith backWith
With the fortunes of the insurgents insurgentsalmost tarseaualmost insurgentsalmost
almost from the first dependent t en enthe onthe ft ftthe
the efforts of the American holding holdingcommands h heommands
commands In Estradas tradas army arm armythe the Nic Nfcaraguan Nicaraguan
era araguan war IK now dearly clear more a astruggle a8trugrle
atle struggle tween between Americans iC ns > > s than be between between ¬
tween Central Americans Men from fromthe frntathe rnJR rnJRthfl
the States form the backbone of each eacharmy eacharmy eacharmy
army
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