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I S 5s hi- •I-' V-- PART I. PAGES 1 to 6. 111'.*! ... &v '». ir--y W NoVtl Ctnlms of rf ing ,11 BHDUP '•V -REPUBLICAN, ESTABLISHED SEPT. 5, 1878: IIP w THE INCIDENTpCCURRED Atv THE TIME OF THE 'FRI8C0 QUAKE AND THE LIEUTEN ANT'S VISION 18 BELIEVED BY SOME EMINENT AUTHORITIES.. fta* Fran«isco, Sept *.~U«itt Hop burn, U. S. N., navigating officer of the l£ S, steamer Albatross, believes that he Witnessed the birth bf a vol canic island which arose from the sea in the midst of the Aleutian islands about the time this city was shaken by the earthquakes last April, One of Hepburn's shipmates is will ing to corroborate the navigator in his belief, but others on board are in clined to ascribe the lieutenant's vis ion to a trick of the fog. Whether he saw the island born or not the new peak was so sizzling hot 'when the Albatross passed it that no attempt was made to land, and when the revenue cutter Perry came along A WINE LOST. ~7~7i .« *elt for ten _Vine e u i 1 'ITEM THOUSAND DAMAGES A8K EO BY M'VEirTY*^ Permanent and Serfous In- juries From a Fall inn East Grand e,'- Forks Saloon-—Claim Filed Against an Estate. i' Grand Forks, N. D., Sept. 5.—J. H. licVeety, who lives in Fargo, and Is 4 member of the Western Collection Agency in this city, has filed a claim Ugainst the estate of the late A. J. '|lallagher for $10,000 for injuries re ceived by falling on the floor of the itilet room in the Lynch & Gallagher faloon in East Grand Forks. B. S. Brynjolfson Js tile North Da Jtota administrator of the Gallagher es tate, and the claim has been filed with ^fclm. Mr. Gallagher, a partner of M. "J. Lynch, under the firm name of ,X«ynch & Gallagher, died suddenly in fit. Paul several months ago, Since 64s death Mr.. Lynch has conducted the saloon, and quite recently Mr. Gallagher's interests were sold. Mr. McVeety sets forth in his claim tfiat his injuries were sustained on Nov. 10 last, by reason of the defective plumbing in the toilet room, the de fects allowing water to run over the .floor. The floor at the time was cov ered with linoleum and the room was SO poorly lighted that Mr. McVeety claims he was unable to see the con dition of the floor and that he slipped tfcereon and fell heavily to the floor, from which he received an intra cap -•tilar fracture of the neck of the fe mur of the left hip and received other Injuries to said femur and to the ac tabulum of the left hip and was oth erwise injured in the hip and left leg, rendering the same sore, lame and hflples*, and that ever since he has been unable to use his left leg and iH eomoelled to use crutches In order to move around, and that such injur ies are permanent and that as a con sequence he has suffered great pain therefrom. Mr. McVeety asserts that the accident wa£ caused by the water on the floor, owing to defective plumb lag and that both members of the firm knew of the condition jpf the plumbing and that the floor was covered with .. ,V' Money scarce. K-tf- it -'k\ 5*U Aleney in Great Demand on the New York Exchange. New York, Sept. 5.—There was an $$)ier flurry in call money today and «t 8: lf mpa6y wa* wtpted at per 1 *$4 ... ~t.^y i -*^5v\s •, *t cV **$£•£ v *slan*' kut. he heard both aides fully 75 per cent was wasted, causing of the story, and believes what Hop- a net loss to the people of the western burn says on the subject. .. RR0"' :£L.r$:?k ^xpTosion Killed One Man ana Lost .cent of this enormous loss could be California Wine, saved. Fresno, Cal., Sept. 5.—As a result of' tloPS ^jers l' i|i ii^iiiiiijii FLYER WAS TOO FUST IT |MT ANOTHER PASSENGER WASTE OF WATER. Irrigators Tell of Great Lossea in the Way Water Is Applied. Bofee. Idaho, Sept. 5.—When the national Irrigation congress assembled today U. S. Senator Carter of Mon tana again presided. Dr. Elwood Meade erf* the govern ment reclamation service, spoke of the "Evolution of Irrigation Institutions," dealing with the steady development from absolute private ownership of small water rights into a great system of community and government owner- ship later her officers did go ashore and Some startling statistics were pre chrlstened the new land Perry island, ser.ted by Prof. Samuel Fortler of the Prof. H. Heath, who fills the chair of invertabrea zoology at Stanford, bnd who arrived here yesterday on the University of California in an address dealing with the loss of water through waste. He made the assertion that liner America, left the Albatross at in the western states $50,000,000 were jsagaski. He was not on board at expended annually in securing and the time Lieutenant Hopburn wit- distributing water for irrigation, and Hesseu the arrival from below of that pf this water thus distributed, jhis bome to the office by friends who states of more than $35,000,000. He expressed the opinion, however, that W1 of this loss could not be prevented, 'though he believed that fully 10 per Alexander WH,CH Jr TRAIft* V i V v i & Two Tramps Will Die—Conductor 8er* iously Injured and Four VVomen Are Hurl—The Fait Train Wat Running Aha*d of Tim*. r.:. TriWras Mlctl., fcjt. S-- Fr-rV Marquette train, No. 5, generally* known- as the flyer, struck passenger 1 train,'No. 10, at Wallin at 11 o'clock last night. The flyer is said to have been running ahead of time. No. 10 was Just backing into a siding when the flyer struck. Two tramps, names unknown* will die. Conductor .Wilson had a leg and arm broken and four women were more or less seribusly In jured. Bqt^ eftftictes., badly smashed. McPherson of Twin Falls, one man was grown fifty different kinds of crops. tailed and another dangerously His experiments ,he said, had demon j-i^vounded, and $300,000 worth of prop- strated the correctness of Professor a X?rty *as- destroyed at the Calwa (Fortler's nri.1 HIM.I I" mill lam* th* -t««tt*fc--W4ne assuetfr*«, «tes«4*« -trrtgation. He stated- -etrat a The explosion was followed by total of thirty-eix inches of water was re, which completed the havoc. Two supplied to the farm during the year undred and fifty thousand gallons of and of this amount he estimated were lost. if7. 7-10 per cent was lost. s u TWE MOORISH OFFtCIAMI ARE J. W44.LINCI Tfie Chicago Bank Wrecker Is a Pris oner in the American Legation in Tangier and Can B* Taktn Away -f--: Without Objections. Waahlngtoii, Sept. 5.—Th» Moorish authorities will interpose no objection to the removal to America of Paul O. Stensland, president of the Milwaukee Avenue State bank of Chicago. A dis patch to this effect has been received at tfye state department from Minis ter Gummere at Tangier, dated today. The dispatch added that Stensland Is a prisoner in the American legation there. BRING STENSLAND SACK. Olson and Keeley Will Be Named to Escort Hinv ChJc%o, Sept. 5.—Statlfa. &ttorney Healy today received a message from Assistant State's Attorney Olson, who is now In Tangier, Morocco with Paul Stensland, the fugitive banker, asking that he and James Keely, managing editor of The Chicago Tribune, who made the arrest of Stensland, be ap pointed to bring the ex-banker back to this country. On receiving the tele gram-Assistant State's Attorney Bar bour wired to Governor Deneen at Springfield and the governor has made a written request to President Roose velt that Olson and Keely be delegated to bring Stensland back to the United States. According to Assistant State's Attorney Barbour no warship of the United States will pass Morocco for at, least fifty days and If Olson and Keely are delegated by the president they will either place Stensland on a vessel coming to the United States or they will charter one for the'purpose. A messenger will leave Chicago to day for Washington with the extradi- asked for StenNland. MORE INSTRUCTION^* Gunmere Asked to Keep the St*ta De partment informed, s Washington, Sept. S,—Additional in structions were sent by the state de partment today to ttunimere. the American minister to Morocco, relating to the desired surrender of Paul O. Stensland, president of the Milwaukee (Continued on Page Four| y i. 'J' Three Bank Wreckers to Get Theirs WAKKiNTS Willi OUT TODAY SEGAL, WHO BORROWED $6,000, 000, THE TREASURER AND THE ASSISTANT TREASURER OF THE TRUST CO. WILL HAVE TO ^NSyVER T.O SERIOUS CHARGES Philadelphia, f'a., Aug. 5.—District Attorney BellK who is Investigating the looting of the Real Estate Co. which failed a week ago yesterday upon reaching his office today, said that warrants for the arrest of three men connected with the collapse *f the institution will be servedt The men to be arrested, he said, are Adolph Segal, promoter of many enter prises Mho borrowed more than $5, 000,000 from the company on insuffi cient collateral, William Hearth, treas urer of the Real Estate Co., and Mar shal S. Collingwood, assistant treas urer. The warrants wm I CHAUFFEUR KILLE& Mr, Service was terribly cut in the w|re fence, and the machine landed on him. Mr. Towle's injuries consisted mainly of brutaes and scratches and lio bones were broken. Charles Service was a man about 45 years of age, and for a number of years was marshal at Park River. Of late years he has been employed as engineer at the felectrlc light plant. He was a machinist of ability and was frequently employed in putting auto- fTT A.<p></p>FARGO A N A Y V i k v be issued by a magistrate in the city hall and will contain charges of conspiracy, em bezzlement and false returns to the state banking department. The latter charge will not be brought against Segal, as he had no official connection with the company. Affidavits for warrants were made yesterday and were furnished by a depositor creditor of the trust com pany. Treasurer Hertli arrived at the trust company building shortly before 10 o'clock. He was accompanied from will go on his bond when he is taken into custody. .The warrants for the arrest of Segal, North and Collingwood were issued by Magistrate William Kocherspeeger, after which the district attorney an nounced that the accused men had waived formal service of the warrants and that tHey would enter bail. Se gal's bail was fixed at $25,000 and that of North and Collingwood at e&ttfu theory of losses through ex- $10,000 H»y P»y in Full. "jfrfitTatfelphia, Sept. G.—After attend li.g *a Tiietfting of the directors of the trust company, John H. Converse, one of the directors, said that all the de positors would undoubtedly be paid io full. THE FORUM A N A I Y E I U I 4 W .CLAIM BY FABBOAN TO GET STENSLAND BRIDGE GAVE WAY PEACE PROPOSALS THREE IN A HEAP FRVEWiS JAIL NEGRO WAS KILLED AND SEVER At WHITES HURT. Street Railway Bridge at Roanoke Could Not Stand the Heavy Weight of a Loaded Street C*r and Fell Fifteen Feet. Roanoke. .Va*. Sept. S.-o-Otx* negro was killed and five white persons ser iously injured by the collapse of a street railway bridge over Tinker creek, between Roanoke and Vinton today. The car was carrying about 100 passengers. The bridge dropped Into the creek, fifteen feet below. The bridge was considered safe. Fatal Auto Accident Near Forest Riv er—Steering Gear Broke. prand Forks, N. D., Sept. 5.—Charles H. Service, a chauffeur employed by George H. Towle, Park River, was in stantly killed just after noon yester day at a point abotit four miles out of Forest River. •, Mr. Service had driven & Packard machine to Forest River for Mr. Towle, and spent the forenoon driving around there, Mr. Towle and W. G. Ballack being the occupants of the car. Soon after noon Mr, Towle started for his home at Park River, with Mr. Service guiding the machine. When about four miles out of Forest River, the steering gear broke. The machine was on a down grade at the time and the ma chine jumped into the ditch alongside the road. Mr. Towle was thrown over the wire fence that skirted the road way, while Mr. Service was thrown into the fence, where the machine landed on top of him, crushing his life out instantly. Mr. Towle was thrown considerably farther, but he cleared the fence and was far enough away to es cape being buried under the big ma chine. llnols, who apprehended the fugitive frequently employed in putting auto- named Williams for breaking into At ago, and seven small children. a*? n-arrM h.'w^ V.i FAKOO, XULFFLL DAKOTA, WKONKSDAY EVKXING, SEPTEMKKIT «. V)Q6. FOKTJM ESTABLISHED XOV PLAN A BIO Revolution in Five Repub lics Soon A JUNTA AT NEW ORLEANS THERE WILL BE HADES POPPING IN THE CENTRAL AMERICAN REPUBLIC EARLY IN NOVEMBER WHEN A GENERAL REVOLU 18 TO BE STARTED. Ne\^ Orleans, Sept. 6.—The existence of an alleged junta, which is said to be collecting funds and supplies for a revolution to be started simultaneous ly about Nov. 1 in the five Central American republics of Costa Rica, Honduras, Salvador, Nicaragua and Guatemala, was announced here today Don Angel Urgatel, who says he Is a cousin of Policarpo Bonila. brother of the president of Honduras, said in an interview: "I am informed that there Is to be general uprising In five republics. My mission Is to collect funds for the rev olution In Honduras. The republics In Central America are all dissatisfied wich their rulers." PURE FOOD LAW. Department of Agriculture l« Rushing Preliminary Work. Washington, Sept. 5.—As a result of the new pure food law which goes Into effect Jan. 1 next, the department of agriculture Is making preparations for the increased labor equipment involv ed in its enforcement. The working forces and the dtppliances of the lab oratories at Philadelphia, Chicago, Baltimore and New Orleans will be largely increased, while at the ports of New York and Boston tjiere will be erected new laboratories in which to conduct the necessary examinations of all food products coming into this country. There is no money available for the construction of these buildings but, the secretary of agriculture has been assured that it will be forthcoming at the next session''of congress. Assurances have been given that the money necessary to execute the pure food law through the employment of inspectors and the necessary clerical force, will be provided i NOTHfUO IS YET DEFINJT# IN General Uenocal Still in Conference With Havana Business Men and the, Executive Committee of the Assem bly Will Me«j: This Evening. 1 Havana, Bept. 5—Nothing •d^Bntte has developed from the peace propos als. General Uenocal is in conference with the local business men. The ex ecutive committee of the moderate na tional assembly will meet tonight. This is regarded as a hopeful sign,. CUBAN SITUATION. Restoration of Order Is Slow, and In surgents Seem to Increase. Havana, Sept. 5—As days and weeks pass with no appreciable diminution of the revolution, apprehension in creases. The most conservative testi mony from the country districts of the provinces of Pinar del Rio, Ha vana and Santa Clara is to the effect that two-thirds of the people in the countryand small towns of these three provinces are insurgents in sentiment if not in fact. It is generally believed that the government ultimately will subdue the Insurrection, but in the meanwhile the crops cannot be de veloped and it is a grave question whether the rebellious spirit even then can be actually quelled to the extent of restoring the country to a normal, self-governing status. ESCAPED PRISONER#1' One Wf»o Left Stillwater Too Soon, Caught in Minbt. Minot, N. D., Sept. 5.^-Tom King, a tonvict who escaped from the Still water penitentiary, was captured in this city Sunday night by Officer Thil gren of the night police force. The department was in possession of King's description, and after being seen there was little doubt as to his identity. The man is remarkable, having a lately healed wound on the side of his neck or under jaw, the re- Avenue State bank of Chicago, to As- engineer at the^ MecVrVn I j*® Mr. Bryan. The man had been other industry. As the am(-liau»«T slstant State's Attorney Olson of II- He was a machinist of ability and was Hennepin county along"^wklfaerlT°h?i "E?* #when 'A- tuX he made his escape. 'dt *"."i' 4 j, A i ON DID ONESiA I 1 it 1 SECLUSION AND PASTING MAKES STRENUOUS LIFE. AntI-Clericals Are Protesting Against so Many Religious Societies, and Plan a Big Mass Meeting Sunday- Police May Prevent It. Rome, Sept. 6.—Some of the older delegates of the Congregation of the Company of Jesuits are suffering from the seclusion and fasting entailed by the quadtivium. The anti-clerical societies, wishing to protest against the growth of the religious orders here, are organizing a meeting for Sunday next at Castlt* Gandolfot rihe former surnmep resi dence of the popes. As Cardinal Merry Diel .Val, papal secretary of state, Is there, It ta most likely that the police will prevent the meeting from being held. KILLED BY TRAIN. Aflad Employe of the Great Northern Killed at Minot. Mlifot, #. D., Sept. 5.—OW Tedrud was struck by an engine in the Great Northern yards and instantly killed. The man, who is an old employe of the Great Northern Railroad Co., wan employed mostly during the summer In cutting grass and weeds from between the rails and beside the tracks and was ao. emptied when he met his death. The old mah relied so much on his judgment as to the distance between himself and the passing engines that he often caused trainmen to fear that he would be struck by some part of the passing trains, and this time his judgment was fatally at fault, for while stooping in the act of cutting weeds from beside the track his head was so near that the cab step of an engine struck him ift the temple, kill ing him instantly. Reports Unfounded* Lob Angeles, Cal., Sept. Cotonel Bpes Randolph of the Southern Pa cific railroad, Arizona manager, re ceived telegrams today from Cananea, Mex., and Naco, Ariz., tc* the effect that the reports of disturbances caused by so-called Mexican revolutions on the International border yesterday were untrue. According to these ad vices everything Is quiet on the Mexi can border and there Is nothing to warrant th® sensational dispatches sent out. At Douglas, Ariz., a few drunken Americans and Mexicans en gaged in a row last night and many shots were fired, but no one was killed. knS BAD MIX-UP ON THC «P4D. Two Freights Had a Head End Col lision and Anothar Crashed Into the Wreckage-*—One Man Known to Be ,Djmi4. Cumberland, Md.Y Sept. 5.—After two freight trains, east and west bound on the Baltimore & Ohio rail load, had collided at Sir Johns Run, eighty miles east of Cumberland early this morning, blocking both tracks, a third freight train ran into the wreck age betorr a. flagman could be ipent back. W. L. C. Woods, brakematt, of Brunswick, Md., was killed and Engi neer J. I. Spider and F. MclSeever, fireman, both of Brunswick, were frightfully scalded and may not re cover. It is reported that a boy steal inga ride on the train was caught un dx the Y¥ reck age. FttHor'a Sriga|«. Columbus, O., Sept. 5.--The surviv ing members ot the famous Fuller's Ohio brigade are holding their annual reunion at the council chambers in this city today. Maj. Charles H. Smith of Cleveland, the president of the or ganization, called the meeting to or der and the first vice president, Capt. If. C. Evans of this city, welcomed the visiting members. An interesting pro gramme has been arranged for the reunion, which will close with the an nual dinner in the evening. Fuller's brigade did valuable service' during the civil war, serving largely in Mis souri and Kansas and later In Miss issippi. The number of survivors has greatly dwindled during the laat few years. AFTER BRYAN. a k A f.UtLuf£„SUrg,cal °Peratio.n Performed)Browning, and his residence as "Ken-'more than 27,000 retail liquor dealer* in the Minnesota state prison. jtucky," created a disturbance among .'fn all parts of the state The It was while convalescing in the the Bryan visitors In the lobby of th* tlon represents an inductrv that 1' pri«in ho«,,llat thai King m»ie hi. Audit-Hum annex (hi, nftoruoon by annually more Than »7 000 WO ,, landing «... ml serve.* to see Mr. Bryan. The man had been ... The prisoner was sentenced from about the hotel nearly all day and sev Hennepin county along with a man era I times had been asked to leave. last w K? arrested by the (tive k v V** •r f\ ,RSR^ ft. A O. y* house and turned over to the police. jdiscussed TffU ISSUC lO PAGES His Candidate WITH THE POMPADOUR HAIR SOME CLOSE CONTESTS. Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 5.--The tatest returns fropi yesterday's primary elec tions throughout Wisconsin, though far from being complete, indicate that Gov. James O. Davidson, republican, swept the state, winning from his op ponent, Speaker Irvine L. Lenroot ot Superior, In the race for the nomina tion for governor by a majority of 40, 000 votes. 1 John A. Aylward, democrat, of Mnd Isori, for governor, received the nomi nation over Ernest Merton of WaukS sha by a safe majority. The vote was comparatively "gtit, the democrats having turned out in extremely small numbers. This prob ably was because there was no oppo sition for many of the offices, there being but one candidate In several ill stances. In the congressional race William' J. Cary, republican, of Milwaukee, de feated Congressman Deobald Ofjen for nomination In the Fourth district. Wil liam II. Stafford, republican present congressman from the Fifth district, was renominated over Henry F. Coch ems in a close contest. Congressman J. W. Babcock and Judge D. O. Ma honey are running a close race in the Third district with the result still in doubt. The same conditions exist in the Ninth district, where Congressman Edward 8. Minor and Gustav Kuster mann appear to be running neck neck. Frank X. Boden defeated Francis E. McGovern, the present republican district attorney of Milwaukee county, for renomlnatlon by about 800 V O N A N S U v MATRIMONIAL MATTERS ARJE TO BE ADJUSTED. Hia First Wife Will Gat a Ofvoreo so Fryo Can Legally Marry the Second to Avoid Prosecution on -a Bigamy Ch«r«*' '. Chicago, Sept. 6.—A writ of habeas corpus was presented in t^e circuit court to effect the release from jail of Charles Frye, the much-married school teacher, who returned to h't* family a short time ago after a mys terious absence of thirty-one years. At the same time his Chicago w! e filed papers instituting divorce proceeding* to allow him to legally marry Mrs. Clara Goddard of South Dakota, who claims him as her husband, .1 1M1 Govcr* for nor Badly Defeated lilMR DAVIDSON WON WISCONSIN PRIMARIES SHOWED THE REPUBLICANS ARE NO LONGER BOSSED BY THE MAN vote*. This contest has been most exciting and of interest throughout the state. The nomination of Davidson is a blow to Senator Foiled, who had broken with Davidson and was sup-P porting Lenroot. Charles Goddard. By these means It is ex pected that Frye, or Goddard, will be able to escape a term In the penitea~ tiary on the charge of bigamy whifilt the Dakota wife brings. After a consultation between Attop» ney Plotke, who represents Frye, aod Attorney Fetzer, acting for Mrs. God dard, this course out of the matrimon ial tangle was agreed upon. Mr*. Frye, after shedding many tears, w§m' persuaded to begin divorce proceed* logs In order that her husband may legally marry his second wife. Sl|« consented to this course In order to save the father of her children from goiptr to prison. the entire programme had be+Mi ar» ranged before Frye appeared before Justice Keeney Saturday morning to answer to the charge of bigamy. Mrs. Goddard's failure to appear again ft him because of Illness caused the cane to be postponed" and Frye was taken to jail in order that he might be ref| leased on a writ of habeas corpus. N. Y., Sept. 5.-Th« art* nual convention of the Liquor Dealer#" White Haired Kentuckian Arreet#rf ]n of the state of New Yorld''. Chicago for Disturbance. ",1 *7°, yesUjr,day ts flrst Chicago, Sept. 6.—A white-haired pension here today. There are near!*' man, who gave his name as Samuel 500 delegates present rerroK..n»in» reKu,»r J* 0* 'ir .mM•' 1 'S'' 4 Polities. buslnest'/vtv in various sections of the slat* b*en Particularly active duiin# .9* detec-.interests of the liquoa trade will hi if I s -m 5 -4"-' '.ffr "h Us*.