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Fair and Warmer Tonight TonightSunday hea I hinltJnr I LAST EDITION EDITIONI EDITIONNUMBER I
I Sunday Cloudy CloudyNUMBER u I INUMBER me
NUMBER NUMBER 6726 Yesterdays Circulation 45506 WASHINGTON 1Y V1SIDNGTON SHiNGTON SATURDAY EVENING JUNE JU1s 4 1910 Fourteen Pages PRICE ONE CENT
BOXER MASSACRES MASSACRESMAY MASSACRESBE
MAY BE REPEATED REPEATEDOFFICIAL REPEATEDOFFICIALSBELiEVE
OFFICIALSBELiEVE OFFICIALSBELiEVEhinese OFFICIALS BELIEVE BELIEVEChinese
Chinese Regent DoubtsAbility Doubts DoubtsAbility DoubtsAbility
Ability of Government to toCheck toCheck toCheck
Check Trouble TroubleFOREIGNERS TroubleFOREIGNERS
FOREIGNERS FLEEINGFROM FLEEING FLEEINGFROM FLEEINGFROM 1
FROM INLAND CITIES CITIESMinister CITIES1tinister CITIESMinister
Minister Calhoun Said to Have HaveTaken HaveTaken HaveTaken
Taken Alarming View of the theSituation theSituation theSituation
Situation SituationPEKING SituationPEKl SituationPEKING
i
PEKING PEKl G June 4 4A A repetition of the theBoxer theBoxer theBoxer
Boxer uprising of a decade dee de ago though thoughon
on a much larger scale is feared by bygovernment b bgow bygovernment
government gow mment officials in n view Ie of further furtheralainiing furtheralarming urtheralaJmln
alarming alaJmln reports received today from fromparts fromparts rom romJJarts
parts of the Hunan KiangSu Klan Su and Chin1 Chin1Li Chlh ChthLi t tLI
Li provinces provincesThe j I I
The situation is declared to be anala analagous +
gous to that preceding the Boxer out outbreak outbreak outbreak ¬ i
break How to check the trouble before beforeit
I
it assumes such proportions as to neces necessitate necos8ltat neoossltatq ¬
sitate the threatened foreign intwven intervention intervenj intervenjtlon intwventjn I
tlon Is ° s now the chief problem under diei dieicussian dte j jcussion iCUIlSh I
cussion CUIlSh > n by Prince Chun the regent and j I Ibis shis i
his advisors advisorsTrouble advi advisorsTrouble orlll orlllTrouble
Trouble AntiForeign AntiForeignTh
Th The cloak of o an antiManchu uprising uprisingundcr uprisl uprlehigunder S Sundcr I
undcr which hlcb the agitators have been beenworking bMtlworkinS beatiworking
working has now been thrown off and andit andit i
it is seen that the trouble is purely anti antiforeign
foreign So firmly convinced are rnamyof many manycf
I
cf the foreigners that this is the case casethat cuethat
that they are fleeing from Interior cities citiesto citiesto
to coast towns where the feeling is not notso Motso notso I
so bitter owing to the accessibility acce tblilty of ofthese ofthese
these towns to the warships of o foreign foreignpowers toreirnpowers foreignpowers
I Irorelgn
powers powersForeign powersForeign
Foreign consuls in Nankin Peking and ando an4 an4oher
o oher + her cities all of whom have received receivedthe I Ithe
the warning from the urevoluUonary revolutionary revolutionaryboard revolutionaryboard i
board of war are urging foreigners forel ers to toleave toleave
leave le8 as quickly as possible William WilliamJ OIUiamJ I
J Calhoun the new American minister ministerto
to China lna Is one of those who take an anlie analarnlng analarning
alarnlng dew of the situation though thoughlIe
lie rte admits that his alarm may be due dueto dueto dueto
to his lack of intimate acquaintance acquaintancewith
with the temper > r of the Chinese Chlne e people peopleThe peopleTh peopleThe >
The Th throwing of dirt upon the consiaates con consulates conIIlJatts ¬
sulates at Nankin and the t placarding placardingof
of the streets of that city wkh a aDtfl anveals anvealsto t > eals ealsto l lto >
to exnel the foreigners are incident incidentsimilar IncidentIJiimilnr incidentssimilar
similar to those that immediately lv preceded pre preceded 1 re reeded ¬
ceded tb the Boxer outbreakSeat outbreak outbreakSeat outbreekSeat
Seat of Agitation AgitationThe
The worst or t trouble is expected at t Nan Kankin Nankin Nankin
kin where MIP the antiManchu feeling is isstronger isstronler isstronger
stronger probably pr bly than anywhere else In Inthe 1ftth inthe
the th empire > Pp p F Jo 6f lial t the troops troopsthere tr trthere troopsthere
there are not notto to he fined f rutted te4 the fov government fovernment uv uvfrnmtnt
ernment is ItacunlnE ha nln reentorcemeuts of ofloval ofl ofloyal
loyal l > al soldiers to the southern capital capitalThfl caDltalThfl canltalThe
Thfl Nankin exposition is scheduled to toopen tool toopen
open ol > en tomorrow and the agitators are areurging ar arurJtn areurging
urging that this Uti day dfl slenalize the be becirnlne bedrnlm bea
a cirnlne of open o t > n hostilities hostilitiesAll <
All the foreign legations le U ftS are in con constant on ¬
t
slant communication with their theiroernments home homegovernments homesovermnents
governments and have received word wordfrrm worrl1rm wordfrrm
frrm the latter that a fleet tkt > t of forolrnfwd foreism foreisme
fwd e 111 in addition to those alreadv in inf Inrj inr
f rj r nxfse n nose se Tratfty njI tv ttolf will protect the inter intere Inttres interccs
e es s of foreigners fnreJcnerslae forernersLle
tae identity of th thE < revolutionary reyoluUonanoard
board oard of war ar is not clear It is sue SUDr suoTI sueV
r TI sc M 1 that it t i if if one of the > old anU antiTanchu anU1anchu anUYanchu
Tanchu orcarlzations working under a arow 3rew arow
row name nameWOMEN nameWOMEN
f fWOMEN
WOMEN AT MERCY MERCYOF MERCYOF MERCYOF
OF ANGRY CHINESE CHINESESAY CHINESESA CHINESESAY
SAY SA Y CHURCHMEN CHURCHMENNEW CHURC MEN MENNEW
NEW EW YORK June 4 40Cticcn Officers of the theboards theboards theboards
boards of foreign missions hawingworkers having havingworkers havingWorkers
workers In the Nanking district dl trlct in inChina InMtlna inChina
China are anxiously atmlousl awaiting cable cablecrams cablegraJ11S cablegrams
crams today from their missionaries missionariesThe mlAtonarieThe
The report rt > port of o the threatened revolt with withIts withIts withits
Its attendant rumors of antiforeign antiforeigndemonstrations antiCoreigndmClnstraUon antiforeigndemonstrations
demonstrations has alarmed the church churchboarde churchQards churchboards
boards boardsThere boardeThere > QardsTht
There Tht > re are about sixtyfive missionaries missionariesin
in the rebellious district the majority majorityof
of whom are women and the directors directorsof
of the th > missions are apprehensive of their theirsafety theirsaffty theirsafety I
safety safetyRobert
Robert E Harned secretary In charge chargeo I
o I the Chinese work of the Methodist I
Kl iscopal Church Board of Miqsioiifc Miqsioiifcsalu lUiolualu Mlttetomrsalu
salu alu today that while the threatened threatenedrevolt threatenedrevolt
revolt in Nanking was primarily against a ain6t I
the reigning dynasty the antiforeign
feeling among amon the nonconverted Chi Chinese Chlnese Chinese ¬
nese would be sure to be fanned into a
flame by the excitement and that a arepetition arepttltlon arepetition
repetition of the boxer outrages might
follow followWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThE
ThE storm that was central oft the themiddle thomiddle themiddle
middle Atlantic coast Friday Frlda passed rap
Idly idl eastward and It has been bet > n followed
by b generally fair weather over the east eastern oafiern eastern ¬
ern districts districtsThe dIstrictsThe districtsThe
The temperature tempt > rature continues low 10 over
the northern districts from the Atlanticcoast Atlantic Atlanticcoast Atlanticcoast
coast to the Rocky Mountains and there therewas therewas therewas
was frost Friday night nl 1t in northern New NewEngland NewEngland NewEngland
England northern News NewsYork New York North orth
Dakota Montana and Wyoming High Hightemperatures Highttmperatures Hightemperatures
temperatures continue In the Gulf G l lSfatH
States StatesFair SfatHFair StatesFair
Fair weather will 111 continue in the At Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic ¬
lantic and east ee t Gulf States tonight and andSunday andBunda andSunday
Sunday SundayFair BundaFair SundayFair
Fair and somewhat warmer tonight toaightvariable tonightsund3 tonightSunday
Sunday partly cloudy and warmer rmer light Jlghtarlabte lightvariable
variable wi winds windsTEifPERA wisTE3IPBRATURE
TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURESa TEifPERA TURE
TE3IPBRATURESam
Sam Sa 8 a m 64
9 a m i SS SSHi
Hi a m ntll M
11 a m t tie
12 noon t tSUN fSUN eSUN
SUN TABLE TABLESun TABLESun TABLESun
Sun rises 4W 4WSun 4 4Sun 434i
Sun sets 7s2 7s2TIDE i iTIDE
TIDE TABLE TABLEToday TABLETodayIIlJh
TA aLlll aLlllTo
Today TodayIIlJh To deyhigh High tide 44 4 a m ind uw 532 532p i ifI ap
p m low tide 11M a m and 1141 1141p 1141t
t p > mTomorrowHigh m mTomorrow mTomorrowHhh
Tomorrow TomorrowHhh High tide 54B 54 a m and
60S p ni low tide 123 a m mCONDITION mCONDITION mCONDITION
CONDITION OF THE WATER
F ARPERS FERUY W V Va June 4
Poomac Po omac muddy and Shemwdoah slight slightly aUhtly slight1Y ¬
ly cloudy this morning mornlncWhole mom morningWhole Ins InsWhole
Whole Windows Glazed for Srzs 125
Frank Libbey Co 6th 6 N Y Ave
Adv
TAFT CAllS KTEfPresident KTEf GUSTEBIGGEST CUSTERBIGGEST
BIGGEST SACRIFICE SACRIFICEIN
IN SETTLING SETTLINGPresident WEST I IPresident
President at Dedication of ofStatue ofStatue ofStatue
Statue Ranks General With WithGreatest WithGreatest Iith
I
Greatest Cavalrymen CavalrymenWIDOW CavafrymenWIDOW Cava rYmen rYmenWIDOW
WIDOW PULLS CORD CORDTHAT CORDTHAT CORDTHAT
THAT UNVEILS FIGURE FIGUREWomen FIGUREVomen FIGURE1Vomen
Women Shower Roses on Chief ChiefExecutive ChiefExecutie ChiefExecutive
Executive as He Concludes ConcludesAddress ConcludesAddress
Address fo Students StudentsMONROE StudentsIONROE StudentsMONROE
MONROE Mich June 4 Prefldeat 4Pre6ldtraft
Taft today w teas s th the principal speaker speakarat > > peak 1
at the unveiling of o the equestrian 8CllM trlft statue statueerected statueof
or Gen G George sa Armstrong Custer Custererected Custererected I
erected by th the < State of Mhichigan In IBthis Inthis inthis
this city Hundred of o veterans and andplalnemen
II
plainsmen were present Standing hi I Ithe fsthe
the midst mld t of heaps of o flowers which whichhad whichhad I
had been showered on him by 3W M young youngwomen
1
women and girls and surrounded by byFederal byFederal
Federal and State troops In full dress dressuniform I
uniform the President appeared to be b bein
In his hi happiest happl t mood as he a a41re ad < Hressed irenedthe ed I
the large crowds that have come from fromseveral fromMeral fromseveral
several states to listen to him himWhen hi hiWhen hintWhen
When his special train arrived Gen Generals Generals ¬
erals McGurrin and Gates with most oC ofthe I
the staff of the Michigan llch ft National NationalGuard XatlonalGuarJi NationalGuam
Guard in full dress saluted President Pr PresidentTaft ent entTaCt
TaftThe I
The parade p rade was formed immediately hRlMdlat Issedlatolythe ly lythe
the President Pre klent riding rklln in a touring car carTroop carTroop
I
Troop B Michigan M hilD Cavalry acting aett as ashis a3his ashis
his personal escort escortThe eecortThe I
The Ant battalion Twentysixth Twenty ixth In InI Infantry
fantry commanded by Captain Houle
had the place of honor at the head of ofthe I
the procession proeessionThe processionThe pfOe ton
I
The first AnJtaM and third battalion of the theFirst theFirst I
First Infantry Michigan National NationalGuard Xatlonall NationalGuard
Guard CoL J P Kirk commanding the theG tb theG
G A R posts po ts Monroe Camp Spanish SpanishWar Spent SpanishWar h hWar
War Veterans the Michigan Marine MarineCorps 3IariMICorps MarineCorps I
Corps the Hospital Ho pltal Corps the th t Signal SignalCorps SignalCorJS SignalCorps
Corps and several veral womens omens8Odet1e omens8Odet1eof societies societiesof
of the G A R were ere m In line lineShowered linEShowered lineShowered
Showered With Roves RovesAt Ro RoAt RosesAt
At St Marys Academy the Presi President President Pree1dent ¬
dent addressed the students and was wasrewarded wure1larded wasrewarded
rewarded by b a hall of roses ar ud < d boa bouquets boaquota ¬
quota from the young women womenThe womellThe womenThe
The parade > passed by the historic historicCaster hltoricCUiiter historicCuster
Caster homestead bOt etead where hre Mrs Irs Eliza Elisabe Elizabel Ellzabeli
bel be I Custsr widow of the general generalwith generalwith t
with Mr lift revi review reviewed w d tL t Mrs CUff CMSU CUffl Cuetrr
U l trr r was greeted most BH 8t cordially by the theChief theChief I
Chief Executive and his attendants attendantsWith attendantaIUI attendantsWith
With IUI the tb President in the reviewing reviewingstand I Istand
stand were Governor Warner and andbtaff andstag
stag Mayor Martin Bishop John S I
Fol Foley y Senator William Alden Smith
Otto Kirschnor of Detroit Edward
C Potter the sculptor Nevin J Cus
ter and other member of the Custer
family familyThe familyThe familyThe
The statue was unveiled unvelJ by Mrs
Cutter the President Pre ldnt assisting her iu iupulling illpulling inpulling
pulling the yellow cord that loosened loosenedthe loosenedtht loosenedthe
the flag ag The First Battery of Michi Michigan MlehlgaR Michigan ¬
gan Artillery fired a salute of seven ¬
teen t n guns as the nag fluttered from fromthe froRth fromthe
the th statue while the Twentysixth Twentysixthregiment Tventyslxthr Twentysixthregiment
regiment r regiment lment Band played The Star
Span Epaqled led Banner BannerPresident I1annerPreaident BannerPresident
President Tafts Taft Address AddressSenator AtldrcggSnator AddressSenator
Senator Smith delivered d lvered a splendid splendidaddress splendidaddrs splendidaddress
address on General Gen u1 Custers CU8te s life and anddeath anddeath anddeath
death and deeds He was followed followedby followedby
by the President who said in part partGeneral partGeneral partGeneral
General Custer was a typical soldier soldiera
a great cavalryman and nd stands the theequal tbeNIual theequal
equal of any cavalry fighter In the tbeworld theworld theworld
world worldHe worldHe worldHe
He was as in many man battle at the head headof headot headof
of his cavalry and his record is one oneof oneof
of which the whole hole country is proud proudAfter proudAfter prodAfter I
After the war for len 1 yean ye rlT he b ren rendered rendered rendered ¬
dered a service rviec to the country which whichwe < hleh i ie
we e do not appreciate as well as s we weshould weshould I
should Custer was one on of the th few of officers officers officers ¬
ficers left who helped us to settle the thegreat theeat thegreat
great eat l West esL We reo do o not know as well wellas wIas wellas
as we should the hazardous dangers dangersthese dangersth dangersthese
these th officers encountered encounteredThe encounterdThe encounteredThe
The regular r lgr army is > one that the theUnited theUnltoo theUnited
United States w wen ll can be proud of and andthe andth andthe
the th wives ives of these the e men including Includlll < < Mrs MrsCuster Mr MrsCuster
Custer should be 1 > f eulogized for their theirbravery theirbravery theirbravery 1
bravery in assisting a88l8tin in settling the theWest theVet I
West WestI
1
7 I am here an President of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States to testify to the heroism and the thebravery thebraer thebravery I
bravery of Gen George Arm Armstrong ArJn8trn strong Cus Custer Cueter ¬
ter who was the most t conspicuous and andbiggest andbifgest andbiggest I
biggest sacrifice In the settlement of the theearly theearly theearly
early West I ITo
WestTo To Dedicate Tablet TabletImmediately TabletImmediately i iImmediate
Immediately Immediate after finishing his ad address address ¬ i
dress dre the President Pr ident left hero for Jackson Jack Jacksou i isou
sou Mkhw Mich v here he will dedicate a atablet atablet atablet
tablet to commemorate rommem rate the formation formationof
of the Republican barty bartyThe Dart DartThe ssrtyTire
The President will leave Jackson this thisevening thisevening thisevening
evening for Washington aahl ton arriving there theretomorrow theretomorrow theretomorrow
tomorrow night
COLDEST JUNE WEATHER WEATHERFOR WEATHERFOR
FOR THIRTEEN YEARS YEARSNot
Not Since Sin e 1897 Has Temperature in Washington Wa hington Been BeenSo BeenI BeenSo BeenSo I
So Low as It Was on the First Day of the thePresent thePresent thePresent
Present Month
To the present pre ent month of June bo bolongs belongs
longs the record f reord d of the th lowest tem temperature tempOrature tempatare ¬
perature recorded in that month since sinceJune sinceJune sinceJune
June 2 Z 1S87 when the temperature recorded re recorded raCOrded ¬
corded 43 decrees For on June 1 of ofthis otthis ofthis
this month the thermometer registered r
46 degrees and this was waS approac approathis approacted approactedthis > cd cdthis
this morning at 6 oclock when the themercury themercury themercury
mercury was a8 only at the 48 mark five fivedegrees thede fivedegrees
degrees de ree8 higher than the coldest day dayover dayever dayover
over known in Washington for the themonth themonth themonth
month of June JuneNotwithstanding JuneNotvithstanding JuneNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding the low temperature temperaturethis
this morning hopes for better weather weatherfor wootherfor weatherfor
for this city clt are predicted According Accordingto
to the forcaster there arc no signs ofj ofjrain or orrain ofrain
rain for tho next thirtysix hoursFront hours hoursFront hoursFront
Front Doors Glazed S4oo 400 Apiece ApieceFrank ApieceAdvFrank
Frank Libbey Llbe 6 Co 6th N Y Ave I
Adv Ad AdvFrank
I
STEAMER ON ROCKS ROCKSLIVES I ILIVES I
LIVES OF m mIN THOUSAND
IN IMMINENT PERIL PERILi PERILScandinavian PERILScandinavian PERILT PERILScandinavian
i
T I i
Scandinavian Liner United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Hard Aground in inChristiansand inChristiansand inChristiansand
Christiansand FjordWIRELESS Fjord FjordWIRELESS FjordWIRELESS
WIRELESS MESSAGES MESSAGESBRINGING MESSAGESBRINGING MESSAGESBRINGING
BRINGING RELIEF RELIEFHeroism RELIEFHeroism RELIEFI RELIEFHeroism I
Heroism of Officers Quiets Fears Fearsand Fearsand Fearsand
and All on Board Face Dan Danger Danger Danger ¬
ger Bravely BravelyCOPENHAGEN
COPENHAGEN June 4 4With With 1000 1060passengers j jpassengers i ipasseager
passengers aboard tb the Scandinavian I5cndina ScandinavianlAtlantic vian I IAtlantic i
Atlantic Hn r United States wenti wentiashore went wentashore i iubore
ashore early today in Christiansand ChristiansandFjord Chrl ChristianaandFjord tlan and andFjord
Fjord Norway Th The vessel Ieel ts now no help i iless
less Je s in a dangerous position po iUOI1 and is isflying
flying yiaJ distress dt tr88 stf signals nata Wireless s advices advicessay a advisessay vic S
say she te leaking Jeakl badly bAdl and is in a bad badposition
position upon the rocks rocksImmediately roc roc1m rocksImmediately
Immediately 1m media tel on receipt of o the news of ofthe aCthe
the accident a fleet of relief steamers
was dispatched di8p khed to the vessels ve els aid ajdTh aidThe
The Th steamer struck while the passen passenrers p8 passengers sen
rers ent wetre elre alsieep lsl I p according accordi to the a1 3 atvices
vices lCes received rttelv here Many were thrown thrownfrom n
from their berths ber ui and within a lew LtWmoments iewmoments
moments the decks were ere crowded wiU wiUa J1
a panlcetr1cken ankstricken crowd The heruism heruismof
of the officers and crew aided by y a uw tno
of o the passengers IUMII1 ers prevented pr ented the panic panicfrom pirufroth
from spreading into a mad light OghtThe lightlh tightThe
The lh United States was w notttnc no lna in to totouch to totoUch totouch >
touch at her Norwegian Norw ft port or call callCbrtetiansand callCbri callChrhrtfansand
Cbrtetiansand Cbri Ua1d when she was caught ly lyterrific t ta i y ya
a terrific current e + rTent thrown from her hercourse h hercourse r reourw
course and ad pitched hard ashore in one oneof oneof I IoC
of the most dlincnlt spots of O the rockyestuary rotky rotkyestuary rotkyestuary
estuary i iDistress i iDistr9H
Distress Signals Sent Up UpCaptain UpCaptain I
Captain WultC Wul < < made an immediate in invebtigation inveaUgatlon I Iveat1gtlon
vebtigation after the passengers had hadbeen I Ien
been en quieted qU ted and ordered the pumps pumpsset pumpss pumpsset
set s to work Distress signals were ere sent sentup j jup II
up calling callt for aid from the steamers steamersin
in the th vicinity lclntt News of the th disaster disasterwss dlsa disasterwas t r rwas
was immediately flashed from Chris j jttaasand jtlsneand jtiansand
ttaasand to other ports and many j jsteamers Iatetmers
steamers were directed by wireless to tochange i ichange IcbaDS
change their course cour e for the work of ofrescue ofrescue I IrNCue
rescue rescueTreacherous rNCueTreacberous rescueTreacherous
Treacherous currents about a out the fjordIncense fjer fjord
increase l retiH the danger er of the vessel It Is IsMe 15J10t IspeaM I
not y yet know whether etMr It will be beble peaM J OIIM OIIMhie
Me to save ve her herWhile herthe her1Vhlie
While the news of the liners UMr dinester dines disaster dJ as aster ¬
ter reached Christiansand special services serv services Y YIces ¬
ices for the passengers en safety were weresaid wereaald weresaid
said hi It the Cathedral of the u town townGreat towaGreat townGreat
Great crowds went out to watch tn tnrescue UM therescue
rescue wsrfc k from fe shore A dotttta ZIOU ofliehing of ofjtohlng ofAshlngo
jtohlng boats ts patout ut as soon as the theword theword theword I
word was received rec recef Iwd of the accident accideuLThis accidentthree cJdeaL
This lAthe la the second time In lees t than thanthree aa t
three months hat t the Unitedhas United States Shaleshas Statesbound
has been agrourd a rou nd On March arch l2 willie whilebound
bound for err r the United States she sh struck strucknear struckne strucknear
ne near r Christiante but all her passengers passengerswere pa88e1lg passengerswere fS fSere
were ere taken off of in safety safetyRELIEF safeURELIEF safetsRELIEF
RELIEF STEAMERS STEAMERSAT
AT VESSELS SIDE SIDECHRISTIANSAND SIDEI SIDECHRISTIANAND I I
CHRISTIANSAND cHRrSTIAN ND Norway Orwll June 4 4The j jThe
The Atlantic AtJa Uc liner United States boundfor bound boundfor I Ifor
for New York with more Jn le than 109ft pas pasjSwigers passengers I Inlers
jSwigers nlers ashore oft the coast of Chris Christiansand Chrl81 Christlatrsand ¬
tiansand is in a danzeroue danxea oue situation situationRelief IIItuaUonRelief situationRelief
Relief steamers are now standing to toher toher toher
her aid and it Is 1 rrobal robbte > le that 11 of ofher ofher ofher
her pa passengers ecncrrs will 111 have to be taken off offThe offThe ff ffThe
The United tTnlt t sates tes is said to be leak lakInc I IIns leakint
Inc badly from a is leered creed hole torn t rn inher In toher Inher
her side bv the rocks on which shestruck she shestruck e eJOt
struck struckCRUSHING JOt struckCRUSHING rock rockCRUSHING
CRUSHING DEFEAT DEFEATFOR DEFEATFOR DEFEATFOR
FOR MAD MULLAH MULLAHNative MULLAHNative
Native Allies of Europeans Slaugh Slaughter ¬
ter Somali So a1i Warriors in Fierce FierceEngagement
EngagementADFN Engagement
ADEN ADE ARABIA JUDe 4 4Five Five hun hundred mmdrtd hundred ¬
dred Somali warriors of the Mad Mullah Mul Mullah lf1l1lah ¬
lah have suffered a cra crlflhhlC < tnc defeat in a aflcht afiJht aflrht
flcht with natives friendly to the Eu Eurooc Euj EujSevere EuI EuIrGgOO i
rGgOO ans S I ISevere
Severe slaughter was inflicted OB tbe tbeMad tbeMad theq theqMad I
Mad Mullahs force torCeiTHREE forcesTHREE I ITHREE
THREE ARE KILLED KILLEDAT KILLEDAT KILLEDAT
AT GRADE CROSSINGDAYTON CROSSING CROSSINGJDAYTON CROSSINGDAYTOX
DAYTON Ohio June 4 4H H E Combs Combsa I
a a market gardener t > 8rden r his daughter sea seventeen lieVenteen seaenteen ¬
enteen years old and son fifteen years yearsold years yearsold ye rs i I I Iold
old were dashed da ed to death early today todaywhen toda todaben todaywhen
when ben their wagon I gon on the way to the theDayton theDtLyton theDayton
Dayton market was run down do at Tlp Tlppecanop Tlppeeanop T1ppecanoc
pecanop City grade rade crossing cros lns 1 by a Big BigThere BigFour BigFour
Four passenger train i iThfrf
There was no flagman at the cross crossing Cr crossing < JS6 JS6Ing ¬
ing it is said aid All three bodies were werefrightfully we werefrightfully re
frightfully mangled man led I
Tonight the weather will wJ be fairwhile fair fairwhile faIrwhile
while tomorrow although the sky will wHlbe willbe willbe
be partly cloudy cloud there will be a Ii ris rising rlsin rising ¬
ing in temperature which it Is believedwill believed believedwill
will mark the end of one of the most mostdisagreeable mostdisagreeable mostdisagreeable
disagreeable periods of
weather ever everexperienced 681experienced everexperienced
experienced at this season of the year yearin yearIII yearin
in Washington WashingtonWhile WashingtonVhlJe WashingtonWhile
While Washington is suffering from fromlow fromlow fromlow
low temperature and disagreeableweather disagreeable disagreeableweather dlsagreeabloweather
weather frosts are reported throughout throughoutNew
New England northern New York and amiMichigan aooMichigan andMichigan
Michigan Michigannd Michiganand
and nd while whllev these conditions prevail
intense heat is reported throughout
Texas and other southerly points At
Abilene Tex the temperature regis regis ¬
terod M2 degrees d ces yesterday yesterdayDoors yC8terdayDOOrs yesterdayDoor
Doors ilSInch l InCh Thick hick SzSo 150 Apiece Api ce ceFrank I IFrank
Frank Libbey Co 6th N L Y Ave AveAdv
Adv Ad I
I To Undergo Operation I I
MRS FREDERICK DENT GRANT GRANTWife
Wife of o Distinguished Army Officer and Sister of Mrs PotterPalmer ill HIand illand Illand
and in Hospital lIoapitaII
I I
GEN GRANTS WIFE
ILL IN HOSPITAL HOSPITALWill
Will Undergo Surgical Oper Operation Operation 0Peration ¬
ation as Soon as Her Con Condition Condition Condition ¬
dition Will Permit PermitCHICAGO PermitCHICAGO PermitCHICAGO
CHICAGO June 4 4Mrs Mrs Great wh wife > i iof i iof Iot
of Gen Frederick Dent D nt Gra Gnat t and aMtee ste steter sla slater
ter of Mrs PotterPalmer is s III at tn tnMtehfiai the theIilcbo1 theMichoai
Mtehfiai Rte Reese e Hospital HospitalAs Ho pttal pttalA
As A soon as 8 her condition permits she sheII ahewill shewIll
will II undergo unde > rlto an operation o operarlonprobably operarlonprobablywithin eratloapr probably Ably I Iwithin
within ithln a few days daysDemocratic
j jBROWNE
BROWNE FIGHTS FIGHTSBRIBERY i iBRIBERY i i i
BRIBERY TRIAL TRIALi i
Demoeratic Leader Secures SecuresHabeas SecuresHabeas
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Habeas Corpus Writ rit in inIllinois inIllinois
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Illinois Scandal ScandalCHICAGO ScandalCHICAGO
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CHICAGO June 4 41n In an II effort to toavoid j
avoid being beta placed > > laced on trial before ore Judgo JudgIe6urelr dud dudMcSurety
Me6urety Monday Representative Lee LeeONelU Lee LeeONeill
ONelU Browne leader of the Demo Demoeratlc Domeeratic
eratlc wing Of the Legislature charged chargedwith i iwIth
wIth paying > 100 to ald tiM eI election tIon or orSentor ofSenator
Senator Wllliam Lorimer lIed h hcorpus habeas habeascorpus
corpus proceedings proeeedln today toda The filing of oCthe ofthe j
the petition followed closely cI08fI upon th thsurrender ttte tttesurrender t tsurrender <
surrender of Browne Brow to the custody of ofthe 1 1the j jthe
the sheriff sheriffA sh rttI rttIA
A bitterly bltterl contested fight will now no be1 be1gin be begin
gin in the th e courts on the new proposi proposition pr opesl opesllion ¬ I Itlon
lion but Browne will not be forced to totrial totrial
trial Monday before Judge McSurely Mk hSurel hSurelJudg Surely II IItrial
Judge Kickham Scanlan n ordered the thewrit thewrit thewrit
writ It was returnable Monday at S Soclock Soclock SOclock
oclock oclockThe oclockThe OclockThe
The writ was sought on the gmmd gmmdthat grvindthat TOtOOthat
that the indictment is faulty for reasonS rea rea5OJ1
sons 5OJ1 similar to those recently passed pass JI8SSupon passupon
upon adversely to Brownes BrowneslaPer lawyer by
Judge McSurely McSurelyII McSureiyEDDiNG
DEFERRED DEFERREDBY
BY II ROOSEVELT JR n
NEW YORK June 4 4Theodore Theodore Roose Roosevelt ROOMelt Roosevelt ¬
velt elt jr and Mis Mine Eleanor Butler Alex Alexander AJiixander Alexander ¬
ander today obtained obtaln d a marriage license licenseWith llc9RseWith licenseWith
With the issuing of O the document it be became became beeame ¬
came known that their marriage marria e orig ¬
inally set for June IS has boon post postponed postponed postponed ¬
poned to June 28 28It 24LIt e eIt
It is believed that this was 88 done to tomake tomake tomake
make sure of the attendance of the theof
bridegrooms father and other m members membersof mbers t
of o his family now in Europe EuropeRoosevelt EuropeRooseelt EuropeRoosevelt
Roosevelt Jr and his bridetobe were wereaccompanied wereaccompanied i iaccompanied
accompanied to the city elt hall by b Fred Frederlck Frederick
erlck A Collins secretary s retal to Secretary i
to Collector of the Port Loeb The Tbedetails Thedetails Thedetails
details had been previously prevlou ly arranged arrangedThey I
They The were not compelled to stand stain stainline in inline
line but were escorted to the office of o oChief I I
Chief Clerk Scully where the blankswore blanks blankswere blankswere
were filled In n on n the license licenseMiss IIcenseMiss licenseMiss
Miss Alexander wore a trim tailor tailormade tallormadE tailormade
made suit while ldle Roosevelt was the typi typical typical typical ¬
cal summer man manThe manThe manThe
The young woman gavbe her ago as astwontyone astwontyone astwentyone
twontyone Roosevelt described him himself hlmself himself ¬
self as a manufacturer and said he wastwentytwo was wastwentytwo wastent >
twentytwo tent two years ears old oklNotice oldNotice oldNotice
Notice to Gas Consumer ConsumerTne ConumeTn ConsumepTne
Tne Tn pressure In the has Ita mains will wi be bematerially belmaterlally bematerially
materially reduced on Sunday June Rhbetween Sth Sthbetween ithb
between b ten nine nne and cloven el < ven a m mq for tile tbepurpose tilelurJOe thepurpose
purpose ot makinc mr connection at the thecorner thecorner thecorner
corner of Kth S streets lreet N W Y AdvU AdvUPairs AdvtPairs AtlvtPair
Pairs of No i I Blinds BIindsjqr Jorz for i Il25 Il25Frank z5 s sFrank
Frank Frank Libbey Ce 6th fi2f N Y Ave vo
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MRS DORA E DOXEY DOXEYIS DOXEYWarrant
MRSARRESTED ARRESTEDDOXEY
IS ARRESTED AGAIN AGAINarrant
Warrant arrant Alleging Bigamy BigamyFollows BigamyFoL BigamyFoLIws
Follows FoL ws Her Acquittal on onCharge on onClf onCharge
Charge Clf rge of Murder MurderST
ST T LOUIS June 4Mrs Dora B BIVxey EoIoxq
IVxey who was acquitted last night on onthe onthe onthe
the charge of slaying William J Erder Enderwas Erderwas Erderwas
was rearrested early earl today at the Maser MeserHotel MaserHetol e er erHt
Hotel Ht by Constable George Bode of ofClayton ofCJaJtoa ofClayton
Clayton St Louis L county on an infer Information lAtormAtton infermation ¬
mation charging cftal Dg her with 1th bigamy She Shewa ShewaF Shewas
wa was taken to Clayton and placed in jaiL JatLBode jaiLBode jailBode
Bode Is the officer of eer who went to Cohtat Cohtatbus Cohambus Cohr st stbus
bus Neb last t December to bring Mrs MrsDoxey MrsDoxey MrsDoxey
Doxey to Missouri on a requisition is iseied IsSL laded
eied SL ell by Governor G4 > verDOr Hadley on the infor information batomatloft informatlon ¬
mation charging her er with 1th bigamy but butbefore butbefore butbefore
before be arrived Mrs Doxey had cog ooaeeoted cogMDte4 eonnested
nested to return to St Louis Lou to face facetbe fac6the tacothe
the murder charge chargeMrs marge1IIn chargeMfrs
Mrs Doxeya a arrest on the bigamy bigamycharge big3myeharse bigamycharge
charge checkmates the State prosecutor prosecu prosecutor proseoutor ¬
tor of St Louis who was prepared to toissue toIwue toissue
issue an information against her to today today today ¬
day charging perjury and obtaining obtainingmoney obtalDl obtainingmoney t tJDODeY
money under unci < < false pretenses pretensesThe prete preteTIM pretensesThe
The woman fell sobbing IIO bIDg into her fatlens lath fathers latherI
ers arms arm nDf when beD the verdict of the Jury Jurywas juryw jurywas
was w read The crowd of 500 in the court courtroom courtroom courtroom ¬
room arose shouting while deputy sher sherifls slterI sherfFs
ifls I rapped violently for order Half Halfcarried HaJfVred Halfcarried
carried In the arms of o her father and andfonner andf andcoser
f fonner lJlMr Lieutenant U t nant Governor Charles P PJohnson PJObn8oft PJohnson
Johnson er counsel Mrs Irs Doxey shook shookth sllooktJk shookthe
th the hands ba Odts of the jurors jurorsThe jurorsThe jurorsThe
The jury ju reached Its verdict on the thethird Olethird thethird
third ballot Contrary Contr to expectations expectationsMrs
Mrs n Doxey was not rearrested on oncharges 011eha oncharges
charges eha rgt8 of bigamy or perjury immedi immediately Immedlatt hnmediately ¬
ately att > ly after afte > r liar h r acquittal ttal but was al allowed alIoHQ allowed ¬
lowed to accompany her sisters to a ahotel ahotel ahotel
hotel hotelI
I can only say I am nappy Mrs MrsDoxey MrnDoxe MrsDoxey
Doxey Doxe said 001 I will never take any anymore anymore anymore
more morphine and I will never > > live livewith JI JIwith livewith
with Mr Doxey Doxe again againWhen againWhen i iWhen
When informed of his wifes tres acquittal acquittalDr
Dr Loren B Doxey Dox y Jumped up from hi hibunk hibun1 his hisbunk
bunk IR Jail paying fI oing 4W W Well H Im glad gladto gladto gladto
to hear that thatn He expressed regret regretthat regretthAt regretthat
that she did not comeback come back to the jail jailto jaRto jailto
to talk tl k to him himPOISON himPOISON himPOISON
POISON LEAF DIET FATAL FATALHAZLETON FATALHAZLETON
HAZLETON Pa June 4 Wandering 4Wanderingto Wanderingto anderlnb anderlnbto
to the woods and plucking poisonous poisonousleaves poisoDOusJe poisonousleaves
leaves Je < < es which she sh liter chewed Mary MarvWinters Ia IaInters
Winters Inters an elevenyearold elvenye rold girl died diedin diedIn diedin
in terrible agony
AMERICAN CAUGHT CAUGHTAND CAUGHTAND CAUGHTAND
AND FACES DEATH DEATHBY DEATHBY
BY MADRIZORDER MADRIZORDERCourtMartial rvIADRIZ ORDER ORDERCourtMartial ORDERCourtMartial
CourtMartial Ordered by Madriz z for William P Pitharn Pitharn0f r rof
0f Boston B ston Who Laid Mines for Estrada at atBluefields atBluefields atBluefields
Bluefields co coGOVERN z zi r rGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT GOVERN IENT i MEETS CRUSHING 1 1General DEFEAT DEFEATGeneral DE AT ATGeneral
General Chavarria Taken Prisoner and His Army Arm Y Routed RoutedAfter R RoutedAfter uted utedAfter
After Battle at Rama in Which Dead and In Injured Injured Injured ¬
jured Number Hundreds HundredsSAN Hundr ds dsSAN
SAN JUAN DEL SUR June 4 The Madriz troops it wylearned was waskarned waslearned
learned today toda I have captured William P Pkham the American w who wholaid Wiiolaid o olaid
laid the mines for Estrada at Bhiefields He will be coiulmartwted coiulmartwtedThe courtmarI courtmarIThe
The prisoner is a L Boston man manIt manI manIt
It I t is learned that the Madriz faction will not profit by tine experi experience experience experience ¬
ence of former President Zefaya Zela who was ousted as the FeSIIIt rest of Ws fifesexecution Wsexecution iii iiiexecution
execution of Groce and Cannon nnon Americans in in the insurgent i sur ntanay ntanayOnly aniiyOnly army armyOnly
Only one of the mines PUham laid was Mown u up and he was wastured cap captured captured ¬
tured after a hot fight ft in I1 which he was wounded while opening ope operatemechanism ffee ffeemechanism kmechanism
mechanism of the mwe mine system systemA
A dispatch from Rama R ma where Madrizs amy Ins met rib defeat defeatstates deft gefteatstates deftstates
states that General Chavarria commander comma ider of President Madnzs fIddtroops fidd fieldtroops fiddtroops
troops and his entire staff were captured today by General Galeweal Meat of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the insurgents insur ent ts
MADRIZ ARMY ROUTED AT RAMA RAMABLUBFIELD6 RAXABLU RAIIIABLUIWTELD6
BLUBFIELD6 BLU FIE Jane 4 tThe The Madriz an ray y ams lias bee been attuMagly era lnaglr rJ attested attestedin defea defeain ad l ljll
in its kai stand by General I Meoa insurgent i It argent C commander ai t tjog SUM 3mi e neened neenedlug n fi fiing <
jog to advices iees received receiy here today todayGeneral todayG8MII todayGenera
General Cbavarria a commander of the regular r lone ai Masse has ba a been beenrouted MeIarottt ae aerouted
routed rottt aod lid the remnants r ts of his Ja column eoaare are Aeetag ifl after the se scateerea scateereaMaoris saweMaAiriz tared taredMadrist
Maoris force that attacked this city cityIt cityIt cityIt
It K is 5 reported that t at aere we than t MH > were killed and a ad 4 4i wouadml wouadmlRepbrts weraiedReports IN 11 11Repbrts
Repbrts received today tocIa declare that General Caavarrie esanot cassia e eof eillape eillape1ta eaoaspebaying
1ta baying hendei twI f ter < < a trap when hen Jte ajkndoeed Ute of c Saw Jta AfcNta Menaordered AfcNtaXEKAS JIM I IonieN
ordered ut IN 1te surrounded 0Mded and iaeli directed the per parwitNEliAS perNElfAS
XEKAS ARMY REEWPORCED REEWPORCEDTh
Th T The defeat eat of t a the Madriz rt army IIDY at BtatteMs BI directly result ia the theset irnr irnrent r re
set ent e t viewer + General L Ctawmorro JT erro commander co alr of the Mliated Maaw X iaagna am anneal eavedtWeaa anneallien
1 lien beiiog eIaJ tMtattec is succor or Mesa wh 4 Its men fram t fret BtoHMte Bud d O Oa Oamal taw arrival ar arthre
mal et M0Bf teeonforoseMs ats the RaMIL e cbie denmlei 4ea i llr wrrenir eIaaat st Ciaastit Ciaastitwk
wtfilia wk twee twelve beM beMThe
The Wterl perilM ea a sea at aitRe l en i 1III ld i rosumtssadl4ar Batrs 14 tIK sethr tIKtre
thre thr eeatsw rJ a ir battle 8 tk that thattbe fe Wei OIi the Mritim wr flYssssslatss andhast b sewdisir fJf fJfthe ofthe
the rerulAxx r rerulaars UlArr i
DISTRICT JUSTICES JUSTICESPLAN JUSTICESPLANVACATIONS
PLAN PLANVACATIONS PLANVACATIONSWork VACATIONS VACATIONSVork
Work of Supreme Court CourtWill CourtViIl CourtWill
Will End for Summer Summerby Summerby Summerby
by July JulyWith JulyWith JulyWith
With the t t cad of t Je the courts courtsof eeIIlU5of courtsof
of the t e S Supreme pre e Court Co rt el UM DI Dtetriet Dtetrietof trtct trtctor
of C Cl Celumtln le sat ts will have pra mlettaMy practiediysuspended mlettaMystlspeRdQ e J y ysuspended
suspended tfesir o operatMa raii ratie a f for r ts tssummer tM tMS4mmer theseminar
summer summerAlready S4mmerAJreedy seminarAlready
Already Justice Barnard of the tbeEquity tHEqtllt theEquity
Equity Court has u left for former his mum mummer summer ¬
mer vacation He sailed saIJ from fr Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia ¬
adelphia for Gravoseed o > May Xa Mayand 27 3 +
will spend speA six mBtb Ua ia L Lee Leedon Leedon a
don and the t e south sout of England EnglandJustice E EJustice EnglxadJustice
Justice Wendell W Rden P Sta Sword rd who whofor wb wbtor whofor
for the current term INs was preside presideover presid4MIoer presidedover
over Criminal Court No 2 where whereat I Iat
I Itrial
at present John Barton Xiler tier is on ontrial ontrial
trial will leave for a European trip tripon tripon tripon
on July 19 19Justice leJustice
Justice Wright of Circuit ct t Court court O rt No o 1 1it 1It 1It
it is understood und ood b bas s again obtained the thecottage thecottage thecottage
cottage at Black Biackstones ton s Island ht the thetowerChesapeake the1oerCheAJike theiowerCheeapenke
towerChesapeake at t which h he spent spenthis spenthis
his vacation last year yearTenteytown yearTeBleytovD yearTenleytown
Tenteytown Md d will be th Use spot spotwhere spotwhere potwhere
where Chief Justice Clabattgh wW re remain remain ¬
main during the heated easor as and Mr MrJustice XrJustice ltrJustice
Justice Gouid will be e at bit 1 ho hoMe e in inSilver inSilver InSilver
Silver Spring Md MdSCHOONER MdSCHOONER ledSCHOONER
SCHOONER BLOWN TO SEA SEACAPE SEACAPE SEACAPE
CAPE CHARLES t Va a June 4 4The 4Theschooner 4Theschooner Tbe Tbeschooner
schooner Ariel laden I n with merchandise xaerckjaadswfor merella merellafor
for Hog Ho Island while attempting att to toIn RP RPIn get getIn
In harbor here against a strong st north aortlwest JIOIfhWest northwest
west gale was blown out to 0 sea 1IfI Her Hercrew Hercrev Hercrew
crew is unknown It is feared fearMfoundered si she shefoundered e efoundered
foundered
SHOULD PASS P PBefore GAS BILL L NOW NOWBefore NOWBefore
Before the Ca Gary > SOcent gas bill is disposed of we are destined d9li Bed tohear to tohear tobear
hear a great deal about the difficulty of getting any gas legislationthrough legislation legislationthrough legislaUOIlthrough
through Congress Congress at this session sessionThis sessionThis sessionThis
This should not deter the th friends of cheaper gas in their efforts to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain immediate relief from the tyranny of the Washington Gas GRSMonopoly GasMonopoly
Monopoly MonopolyThe MonopolyTh MonopolyThe
The Th Washington gas situation has been thoroughly threshed out outby outby outby
by the House District Committee and The Washington Times There Thereis
is no reason why any member of Congress should plead ignorance of ofconditions ofconditions ofconditions
conditions pertaining to gas affairs or to the Gary bill reducing the theprice thepric3 theprice
price of gas from 90 to SO cents centsAny centsAny centsAny
Any member who so desires des 1es can easily inform infor himself as to towhether towhether towhether
whether such legislation is needed All he needs to t do is to t look over overthe O8rth overtho
the th reports of r the House District Committee gas hearings hearingsIt
It is the duty dut of members of Congress to post themselves OH this thisissue tAisissue thisissue
issue The people of the District demand need and are areeatitled entitled to toSOcent toSOcent toSOcent
SOcent gas gasThey as asThey asThey
They look to Congress for or the legislation that will give it to tkewPietty them themEjetty UtemP1etty
Ejetty Mantels Mantelsfor jfor Soo 3 300 00 Apiece ApieceFrank I Moldings M ldings No i for forI i Cent a Foot FootFreak FootFrank FootFrank
Frank Libbey Co Bth N Y Ave c Freak Libbey Co 6tJt N Y Ave AveAdv AveAdv
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TO ISSUE TfLTHtATSM TfLTHtATSMTb 1fLTIATtiThe
Tb The teeth w etIa of the lb State Baartxaewt Baartxaewteral UMttt UMtttwill
will 1N bared for Ute beasof at or s sfOrral Ge Geerai
eral Xadriz Xa 1 this alter afternoon ia a amatte diplo dlpsmatte diplomatic ¬
matte a note te which takIa will tell the bend aeadof tIe bendof d dof
of the de fact facts gveraa g rerameet ent t of Nica Nicaragua Nicaragua 1ea 1eara ¬
ragua ra < < Ua not to go too far in deaftamg deaftamgwith 4iedIa 4iedIaIth deejhegnjib
with Ith William Win P Pltthaav Pltt Plttbat a the Aateri Aaterican Aaeclcaa Aserican
can who 110 according to areas JW dispatches dis dispatches ¬
patches pttc received this U a afternosy afteraeea attM has hasbe hasbeen
betA be n captured by the Madri 1 tn trMpL trMpLbe pc paWhile pcWhite
White th the be State ate Deaartsaettt bae re received Pew rectird ¬
ceived w no n ward from fr its a ag agents ttc eoa eoai Qaeftltl eoacerning
i cerning cernia PRthmaVs s capture e a na chance cbaaceswill dtUIIGMwill chancewill
will b 1M taken t sad tb tIN department departmentwill taMltt taMlttWin
will a act t upon the strength str tIt of the theatwspapers theJMwspapen thenewspapers
newspapers dispatches the ca cattU cattUot tt its itsrf
ot < rf which It has bean ae a informed iaforntedPHtham lat latPitthaa oL oLPttthsm
PHtham wording MJCO blg to the u dia ddM ddMIs chex chexreceived chesreceived
received is a Boston otoa maa aad a laid fciWthe J laidthe d dtbe
the amines for > Betrada at MuaHelag MuaHelagTn BI BIT BitiMeNaTee
Tn T Tee report that Vice Coasts C CaMera Caaterahad CaW CaMerabad < < a aealled
had been called from Managua ana U to t W1sh W1shlanton Wa a8II a8II1ttt0ll fc fchteton
hteton for a conference < OIII wHh Mr bo Knox Kaoxraeardhic K8ehsc Knoxrecardinc
raeardhic hsc th to > sttt sttttatioo th1 UOII m Nicaragua Ntcaraeuawas
was w unfounded Mr lr CaMera has been beenon J beenen eftt efttIfoa
on I Ifoa leave v of abseare from Maaacaa far furseveral fareverRl feorveral
several > n months + nt e and be has M > srsroeMt srsroeMtment a amt amtment t tment
ment to > n nett t officiate o < < iclals of the State De Department Department e ePlUtmetIt ¬
partment partmentESTRADA PlUtmetItESTRADA partmentESTRADA
ESTRADA TO RESUME RESUMEATTACK RESUMEATTACK RESUMEATTACK
ATTACK ON MANAGUA MANAGUAFOLLOWING MANAGUAFOLLOWING
FOLLOWING VICTORY VICTORYNEW
NEW K W ORLEANS La June 4 L The TheGovernment TbeGovernment
I Government Gove > lDJDfDt army in Nicaragua has swf f
I I bred feredits its worst defeat ia the utter rout rootof routGeneral routof
of General Chavaria s force r at t Raoae by bytb I bythe y yt
tb t the insurgent forces f of e Gea Generals ral MM MMaad Menand > > ea eaaad
aad CaaaMrro o acordiae a to t dispatches dfepateluarriving dispatchesarriving tda tdaI
I arriving arrivl khere kb re today lOde from lIOIDI Btaateta BlnedelisThe BtaatetaTbe
The Gc 0 < verament troop tlO llr basra aav e eill been ws taging wsias
I ias ill < < Rama as headquarters bea quartentl ha their tholrmovements tbootrJftOemeabi theirmot
movements mot ements against Blu Blueneids BI deeds After Afterthe Afterthe Afterthe
the defeat MCe at < of Madm soldfera at Bla Blneids BhteeIds
ttekls eIds the th insurgents iJ1u ent leader aMde a
htirrled h 1ed a more ove against Rama Caavarrla Caavarrlaao Cwanfeou Chararriasought
ao eou sought ht t to escape by way of the bibs lbJ
back of Rama but b be found the town townpractically tewnpractlcaUy townpractically
practically surrounded by tb tile two wings wtafcaof wtn
of 0 the he insurgents fns nb and his force fon = e was cut cutand cutt4t cutand
t4t pieces and scattered scatteredfeat scatteredThe cattereddefeato
The defeato defeat feat of o the govemntent wa > w wt 1MCOIItpIete so socomplete >
t complete that it is now DO said provMacal prtW tIIIKJ tIIIKJI
President Pre l ent Estrada will r again ummto e the tiwoffensive theoItfD8tve t e egsuasiye >
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offensive against Managua analUo ta use capital eaafcalon capitalthe = 1 1I
on the west w roast tCNt t and the reaialasag reMe ag
I stronghold ot 0 the govenuaent govenuaentHandreds JOvenuentHuJiGre goversaaentHundreds
Hundreds s Killed and Wwujded WwujdedIn Wet K1ed K1edI
I In tbe llama Ra emcaggmfnt a sa n rement t iM l M hear heargents tasuigents ur urJHiUl
gents and IK government etlnt soldiers were wereencaged wereengaged we weI
engaged Ta The killed and wounded on onboth onboth
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both 1 < < h atd ides > sI s avmherad avmheradAnother nv asAerad xsi xsiAnother
I Another American t Is likely to b De one ones os osidemned
I doomed by a drmnbead courtmartial courtmartialt courtsrtialand
t and executed ecuted bv the Nicaragua N Nlcarsgwerarn Nlcarsgwerarnanent sjov en ent m mBxmt
anent t Dtsoatch D s received ed here today t tI todnyo
I I from o Managua state te that eeL WHMaux WII sm
i i Phtham of 0 Boston B flton on who helM a c eam cemI a t tmiesfon
I I misKkm under Kstradju strsda sad who JaW the th that therrdnee
imtoe rrdnee at Blueftelds has keen eaatvred eaatvredI eaMWedy
I bur y the Madrtz force forceI f fPitbam forcesPitham
I Pitham was seized wbw > taylac YMC YMCR a ew ewmuses w wcoramie
muses R DeII near the MISt customs s bouM JUNIAC JUNIACror auisaccording
cording ror hut to tn t the meamMre e that roachfrt rncbelhere roachfrtbenr reda 1 1Mno
here h Jwo h u < badly wounded H He has hasbeen ba hasbeen
been ordered tried at anee by a e asset assetmartial rt rtmartiai t tmartial
martial martiaiR martialR86nd martialReend
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