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Weakly Eatahliahatf 1873 till) IMI TWENTY-T HI RD YEAR. Sofia, Sept. 5.—According to relia ble information from Constantinople Turkey will shortly have 4ou,uOu sol diers in Macedonia. The prospects of the appearanco of such an immense army causes the most intense anxiety here. It is regarded as certain to arouse the suspicions of the powers. The porte had great difficulty in in ducing the Asiatic troops to procee! to European Turkey. The change c,f climate has already caused many deaths. ACTIVELY SEEKING ASSAILANT. Turkish Authorities at Beirut Make Many Arrests. Constantinople, Sept. 5.—Consul Ravndal telegraphs from Beirut to Minister Leishman that the authori ties there have been actively seeking the assailant of Vice Consul Mageis sen, but the consul is not able to say if he is among the persons already ar rested. Turkish ofliciai reports indicate the complete success of the military op erations against the insurgents in the Kliazura district. Over 400 insurgents are said to have been killed. The agent here of the Hungarian Levant steamship line lias gone to Bursas to investigate the three explo sions winch occurred Wednesday on the Austrian steamer Vaskap'i soof after that vessel had left the Burgas on her way to Cons' resulting in the death of -,t persons. The cause of the '.j. is still in doubt. It is now said that LObl hi 1.4 Chicago Chef. I isaie Frcr.i Wcrrj Commits Seicicio. Chicago, Sep'. vfi'g rr. remorse for having so:ie on st ike against the employe for whc:n h' f-a worked for '.w»nty-f.\e yea:s Jactv» ii Smith threv.- himrclf from the fourth story windev.- hi^ home. He fdrucK the sidewalk ad was Instantly killed Smith, who was president of the Cooks' union, has been at a down town restaurant for a qu? ter of century. He went on strike when the hotel and restaurant employes wer called out two months ago, taking the entire kitchen force as well as the waiters. \.'ith him. The strike failen and Smith lost his pc-ition. Ther came the days of worry and finally re morse. Within the last week Mr. Smith's friends had noticed symptoms of a failing mind and it is thought thai his suicide was the act of an insant. man. EXPLOSION CAUSED A PANIC. 8ix Men Badly Injured in an Accident at Newark, N. J. Newark. N. J.t Sept. 5.—A boiler ex plosion which caused a panic for a time in the business center of the town occurred Thursday in the engine room of the Hanson Van Winkle company, manufacturers and dealers in acids, chemicals and dyestuffs. gn Market street. Six men were badly Injured as a result of the explosion and dam age to the extent of flO.noo was done. The injured are: Joseph Winter. Charles Connolly, Howard Oliver, William Wickelhouse. Albert Dixon and Jatnes Thompson. of the composing room into the edi torial department, and. although no one was Injured, something of a panic followed the crash. WORSE THAN' REPORTED. Inhabitants of Grand Cayman Island in Need of Food. Mobile. Ala.. Sept. 5.—Letters of Aug. 18 and 19 from Georgetown, Grand Cayman Island, report the dam age by the hurricane of AUK. 17 much A Arrival. Newed—I «ny. old chap, yon ought to see the nine pound addition to our fam ily tliat arrived last night. He's a P0&c)l Oldwed (the father of twins)—Well, you ought to be thankful he lsu a (air.—St. Louis Star. ttomrwhat Amblitaou. Parke—I wish you would drop in to dinner on us any night Lane- But how do I know your wife would like to have ine? l'arke- ltut she would feel exactly the snme alout It If It was any one else.—Brooklyn Llf?. Time'* Slower Itacd. Muggins—Men live faster than wom en. Bugglns—1That's right. My wife and I were the same age when we were married I'm forty five now and she has only turned thlrty.-rbiladelpbia MANY TURKS IN THE FIELDMBNHI Sultan's Army in Macedonia will Soon Num* ber Four Hundred Thousand Men—In* tense Anxiety in Bulgaria. conductor of the Sleeping car was the author of the bomb outrage Aug. 27 when the erustbound daily express from Budapest to Constantinople was blown up mar Kuleli Burgas and sev en persons were killed and fifteen oth ers w: re injured. He left the train at Philippopolis and has been arrested there. The sultan announces the gift oi woolen coa's to the troops con centrated in Iloumelia and in an offi cial note issued by the prefecture of this city the population is invited to contribute flannel vests, boots, sock.°. etc., which are required by the sol diers in the field. CROSSES UNOPPOSED. Insurgent Leader and Small Band En ters Turkish Territory. Sofia, Bulgaria. Sept. f.—Colonel Jankcff. the insurgent leader, with three lieutenants of the Servian army, at the head of a band cf -iOO insur gents, with a flag flying, crossed the frontier on Monday evening and passed through the Turkish posts un opposed. General Zonticheff, president of the Macedonian committee, in the dis guise of a skeep dealer, also crossed the frontier. Captain Styanoff's band captured fifty Turkish soldiers at Rakovitza, about fifteen miles southeast of Sofia. Aug. 31. took their arms and ammuni tion and proceeded to Melnispko. dispatch from Kila (forty miies ia) says the date of the gen oction has been postponed. DISTURBANCES FEARED. Garrison at Budapest Ordered to Re rr.ain on Duty. »r.ra. Sept. .'.- The -,rarri on oi Budapest. 7i.:nga'y. which wrs e: pect ed to io :urv. :neuve Thu.'s day. was at the :n-t l. onie .i ordered to i- main at Budaj dur- the vi«-it of Kniperor Francis .Jos The or def has re ite 1 p. 'e is:.- ,:n. as it is alleged that the cCici'iU fear disturb ances in connect: ,i v.. the political situation. SIX HUNDT7.D liOUiES BURN. Fire Neariy De .ro/s the Town of Travr.k. Bcoria. Vienna. in .t. ,Y—Fire almost de stroyed the town cf Travnik. Bosnia, several persons hetng killed and about COO houses and a synagogue burned. Lodginghouse for Idle Miners. Telluride. Colo., Sept. 5.—A commis sary and a lodgi: hotuse for idle min ers and millinen in this district has been opened by the Western Federa tion of Miners. The number of men already thrown out of work in conse quence of the niilimen's strike is about 1.000. Ordered to the Philippines. Chicago. Sept. i.— The T'.vc.tieth regiment of infantry, the larger part of which is now stationed at Fort Sheridan, has received orders from Major General Bates to jirepaie for servic in the Philip islands. Tha troops are to leave .Nov. '.o. Their Reirarda. "Who lives in that little cottage down there by the lane?" "There dwells the man who wrote Two pieces of the boiler, weighing 100 pounds and 50 pounds respective ly, crashed through the roof of the the poem tliot made Beasley's shaving Evening News building. They fell in-: soap famous." to the composing room where many, "And who resides In the splendid men were working. The 100-pound piece kept on. going through the floor mnn! ,| on on vom Je htlir 'Beauley."—Chicago Iteeord-Herald. A Great Klndnen. Van 8chinidt—1 don't lielieve old Kerr Mudgeon ever had a gentle Impulse. Pltz-Blle—That*s where you're wrong. He's been very kind to at least one wo man, I'm sure. Van Schmidt—IIow so? Fitz-Bile—Well, Isn't he a bachelor?— New Orleans Times-Democrat. A Boston Expedient. Fidgett U«aliy, now, do you think there Is any way whereby a man can retain the respect of his children? Midgett—lie might send them away from home as soon as they Itegan to lake notice.—Boston Transcript. Ilia Mualeal Tante. "You never applaud at a concert." "No," answered Mr. Cumrox. "If I enjoy a piece well enough to applaud It I know by that fact that It Isn't the sort of music that mother and the girls would approve of my applauding."— Washington Star. Seeks Diversion. He—Why Is she suing him for di vorce? She—For diversion. He—Diversion! 8he—Yes she says being married la ao monotonous.—Baltimore American. Flnta. The Teacher-What were Noah Web iter's last words? The Scholar—I don't remember Just What tbev were, but 1 Un .w thov all ptamarch Pailn Critmnc BISMARCK. NORTH DAKOTA. SAT I RDAY. SKPTKMKKR S. 1903. 5- John Nulty, a. jears old. in .Vadison square., ^j teen years old. in Madison She was in the corr.prny of her twe fisters and the trio were lisiei.-*ng to' the band concert. When the unwise tar stalled to do the kissing a't the girl's screams broucht evc.'y woman In the park rushing over to where the Men in the crowd tried to get in on Nultv as he yelled for ir."rcy, but the women waved :h--m ha-saying that they would attend to him. Officers finally fought their way through thf mob of women and found Nultv un conscious. While the officers were trying to revive him the women tore his clothing into tatters and scratch* and tore his already bruised and bleeding face. Finally some of tar men took a hand and advised the wo men to let the police arrest the man. When Nuity got to the polire sta tion he begged to be placed in a eel at once. AN INJUNCTION ASKED, Attempt to of Gas Regulate Price Ranges. St. Louis. Sept. 5.- Injunction pro ceedings instituted dining the day by Estimate Attorney Geneial Crow before Judge luniliernn Taylor of the circuit court reveal an apparent attempt on the part of the Laclede Gas Light company to regu late and control the price or is ranges manufactured and sold in s~t. lxmis. The Laclede Gas company was recent fc' sold to the North American com pany of Philadelphia, which is cap italized at $«0.000,onu. The petition for an injunction charges that the Laclede Gas company served notice 011 all St. Louis manu facturers to the effect that their ranges would have to be sold at a cer tain price or the pas company would refuse to make connections free of charge. FOREMAN MILLER MUST GO. Will Be Dismissed Because of Charges Filed Against Him. Washington. Sept. 5.— Foreman Mil ler of the government printing office probably will be dismissed this week and this action will end a case which canie near precipitating a strike of the bookbinders employed in the govern ment printing office. DEFALCATION IS GROWING. William Tucker Got Away With Enor mous Sum of Money. New York Sailor Attempts to Kisf' Baltimore. Sept. 5. William Tuck Pretty Girl. Tho va ]„, discharged sailor attempted to hug than at first announced h\ and kiss pretty tonrinto LarttOj four $1oo.ioo. rs 1 chil was struggling in the man's grasp. The three sisters besan to strike Nulty with .ihcir fists ar.d he went down in a her'u with more than 1 »i of the women who ha 1 cine to thf rescue piled on him. They scratched and tore a' his face ar when he at temptei to rise kicked him hi the face and on the body. New York Murderer and Suicide Said to be Short More Than $50,000 in his Accounts. New York, S"pt. More than ?'0. OOfi. and perhaps $100,000, is lost to St. Michael's Protestant Episcopal church, according to the Herald through forgeries and misappropria tions by Henry T. Edson. who last Wednesday killed Mrs. Fannie Pullon and himself. The vestry met Monday to authorize an expert ac countant to examine the books kept by Edson as controller of the church property. He was summoned from Maine and the threatened exposure is asl missing securities i« S. H. Glover, son-in-law ol Tucker, estimated the Tucket estate at $» r0.00u. which, with Mrs Tucker's estate, makes the total $SOO. ono. Of this amount there is about $125.000 left in unnegotiable securi I ties. CHEATS THE GALLOWS. Man Who Was to Hang Friday Foune ^r'"'J'-nl'k- Dead in Cell. INOIA\ This is the opinion of oilkials ".vho are thoroughly posted 011 the situation and who have had this troublesome case under consideration. Such action will be a partial victory for the book binders. in that they succeed in get ting rid of a man who is obnoxious to them, but Miller's dismissal will bn, j,ou]ci contain due to charges brought against his character and not because he was ex pelled from tha laher union. MONEY FOR PHILIPPINES. Steamers Nubia and Sagami Carry Over $1,000,000. New York, Sept. 5.—There left port during the day on the steamers Nubia by and Sagami for the Philippines silvei coins aggregating in currency value Women Robbed of $3,000. New York. Sept. 5.—Mrs. Weir Mar tin of New York and her aunt. Mrs. Hesslng of Chicago, are reported to have been robbed of cash and jewelry amounting to more than $3,000 at ai. Alexandria Bay N. Y.) fl immer hotel The women were boating and left the valuables in their rooms. Livingston. Mont., Sept. 5.— Martin .. ,, Seidmar. who was to be hanged Fri ,®' Inspector Ci'.f.r^rs t-.ca-ciis Lisr t-. 'rr Cass l.a .in... ". etl . aasi the Indiai.s :i for Ma'.cr Sect', stys. have r. men iTif-it.• th 1: i-• \::iiheri. e., uiar to iii ia to stop rations undo,' the .Morris law. Kan:as Girls "urned to Death. A Prngre»»lv- Rillfor. A very rich man once bought a news paper. It was an afternoon newspa per, and lie was interested in it for a month or two. One of his id -as was the publication of a noon edition that more news than the noon editions of his competitors. lie thought hard on this problem and finally decided it would be a great stroke to print the decisions of the T'nited States supreme court at 12 o'clock each Monday when the court was in session. This plan was complicated somewhat tlip supreme court does not meet until noun. However, the editor was equal to the emergency. He $1.075,000. The coins were parked at telegraphed to his Washington corr* the Philadelphia mint in little iron- spondent, "See the supreme court at bound kegs, each containing $2,500 To guard against possible attack by pirates both boats are equipped with six four-pounders, which will be mounted as soon as the vessels get clear of the harbor. There also Is a heavy supply of small arms aboard and a special guard will watch the kegs until the money rear ties the gov ernment wharf at Manila. The ves sels will sail by way of the Suez, canal. once and have them meet at 11 o'clock so we can get the decisions in our noon edition."—Saturday Evening l'ost. Moner Talks. "I suppose Dumley likes to argue as much as ever and is continually worst ed as usual." "No he's more successful now since be got wealthy." "What has bis wealth to do with it?" "Well, when he sees he's losing he Just offers to 'bet a hundred.' and that settles It."—Philadelphia Press. v^ch'ngton. Sent. 5. Minister '.'if i.r.ian h: imoi nie.l the ,-tate de-j '.t.r.etit that ..e cf the European «iivcrs have landed marines in Con- rf 1h! day. was found dead in his cell. Mr is thought have been deranged. lie' Minister l.eishinan also .able! that kill- George It-ider. a life' i!g t'rierd, owing to the disturbed conditions in on T-ail creek wo jears .vro for ruin- Constantinople an additional kavaso. lii his dau-ht"r an.I then ret"'| the body. Seidnmr's wife subsequent 'y killed herself. I SEVERAL WORKMEN IN RUINS, Euiiding Being Rir^ode'ed at Vinton, !a.. Ccllaptec. Ce'a- l-tarrd*. la.. S"pf. 5.—The] Cu Mii! mg rt Vintov. be co'':i^se.i (''.t "ing tii-• w- ner. :i ruin *. st n.e o. EDSON SHORT LARGE SUM believed to have unbalanced his mini, Although the investigation has only begun it is alleged to have been found that Edson discounted a note for OuO, purporting to be signed by the treasurer of the church that l:e cashed several forged checks and th..t he appropriated to his own use rcr. and voluntary contributions. The church, although it h-s members, is heavii. has properties which come. lu" cf fnuia ot Americans. or detective force, had been stationed At the A merit an legation. This action was taken on the sug gestion of the Turkish govi.nmenl, which has assured the American min ister that it will use every precaution to protect all foreigners, but lias 1 warned the different embassies and I legations that it would be wull te Slates to nd a detachment ol iiia rir.es from the squadron winc is x pected 10 arrive at Beirut shortly Minister Leishman has not yet made sue a request of this government. The United States has 110 authority to send a warship through the I Jar danelles and would have to have the] 1 ton.-ent of Turkey and also that of the European powers to do so. I While the situation existing at Con eianiir.ople, as well as other portions of Turkey, is extremely unsatislactoi) 1 the Washington government does not beiieve there is any serious danger ahead, notwithstanding the tone of the dispatc from Minister i.eishmau fchews a 11 the Flii 1 I PI a'." co. Ci .. s. At the line t:we every iomatic .safety A Itemrtly. rte—T'.ie d' etor told .1: that he had 'ie"n studyiru: to 1: lately. S! e--.\ud v,'li:t: c'.'d he recommend? FJe-'lh. b." advised him to go in'o Kfcei* ty a !i*'ie more and give his brain rest. .onk!yn I.ife. Sotie deeded. Plie—Mamma says I mustn't enccrtr ag" you at all. H.—That's all right. I don't need \v cncourugenieut. Philadelphia Pn .- s. :l 5 Tore'/,:. Kan.. S-'pt. 5.—S'rah at:'i hH up Gladys Hogan. daughters of Suniue. Northe.r ilocan. a Jefferson county fa"irvv. city limits of Great Falls, was foiled we:" burned to death during the even Wednesday night by the engineer, ing. The elder girl of sixteen y. ars who ran his train by several men so had 1 he younger in her arms and was fast that the supposed robbers did not lighting the tire with kerosene when succeed. Just east of Great Falls the can expl"d«-l, scattering the flames the engineer saw men near the track, over the children uLid burning them Some one shouted something, but the fatally. Three Men Fatally Injured. New Vorlc. Sept. 5.—Three painters. Jan.es Field, .h im Henly and a mar. whose name is unknown, have been fa'ally mjuied by a falling scaffc 1 at the rity institution for the insane o:i Wards island Field and Hetil'' hr 1 neatly every bone in their bodies broic'u. a RCBBERS. Engineer Paid .« At .j Their S:cril3. Mont.. Sept. 5.—Whai ti have been ail ..tt "tr.pt to ovpiess train on tie' Great railwav almost within the engineer paid no attention. A shot was fired and the ball smashed a glass in the cab. Detectives could find no one at the place pointed out by the engineer. LOCKOUT All the THREATENED. Orleans Commerce of New May Be Tied Up. New Orleans, La., Sept. 5.—All the commerce of the port may bo tied up today. Longshoremen insist on eight men to a ship's hold, and knocked off work on a coffee ship needing only two. Ship agents and stevedores is sued an ultimatum that the limit clause must be removed or work would be stopped on all ships. The lockout would affect 3,000 men. Morgan line dock workers are already on a strike for an increase from 30 to cents an hour and the men are being worked with police protection. One man was shot and another beaten by strikers. REPORT IS CORRECT. Mrs. Molineux Granted a Divorce in South Dakota. New York, Sept. ."p.—Counsel for Mrs. Roland B. Molineux has an nounced that thr reports of his client having secured a decree of divorce in South Dakota are true. None of those connected with the case will say where the decree was issued. Beyond the mere confirmation the only state ment vouchsafed was that Mrs. Moli neux will resume her maiden name. EVANGELIST ARRESTED. Bismarck, the Metropolis of the Great Missouri Slop* Country of North Dakota. PRICE FIVE CENTS TO PROTECT THE LEGATIONS Sir Taken by the Powers for the Pro* tection of the Legations at Constant' inople. wni poet the beeis wni Jet together in case of a The first ..utunin meeting of the cabinet was held during the day. For eign Minister Deicasse reviewed the Turkish situation. these come endangered the United There is reason to believe that M. t-'t-.tes government also will send a de jvicasse f-oiistan.ln^ been informed that the I'n.ted States government does not attach further importance to the Bei lilt incident, but this does r.ot abate otn .l interest in the future course ot the American warships. The French consul at Monastir re ports that the conditions there have improved. The consul of France at Salonica eavs the conditions at that port are nine worse. NO BRITIoH MARINES ASHORE. Foreign Office Has No Intimation 01 rouble. London, Sept. 5.—No British ma rlnes have been landed at Constantino pie. so far as the foreign office is 111 formed, but it is said that if the Brit ish embassy requires protection the ambassador is authorized to call upon th- commander of the British guard ship for guards. 'i'he foreign office considers it prob able that Russia and Austria have landed marines to protect their enibas pies as a result of the porte's note to the ambassadors warning tliem that Bulgarian agitators were projecting outrages against 'he legations and public buildings at Constantinople. So tar as the foreign office knows Constantinople is quiet. 1 etiengthen tlieir forces. 1. 111 case a necessity develops it is I I possible that the Turkish goveinnieut will be requested to allow the United Mut Earn Ills Pee. Pr. Pighead visits Mr. Coldbam, the great pork manufacturer. "Well, my dear sir, I don't see that there is anything radically wrong with you. Go to bed eariy, don't drink any thing stronger than coffee and you'll be all right in a week." "What! Are you not going to give me any medicine?" "Certainly not. You don't need it." "But you get your money Just the name." "Yes. Just so." "Well, I don't think it Is a square deal. S'posin' you bleed me, put a mustard plaster on the back of my neck and gimme a dose of salts. Ev erybody that works for me 's got to earn his salary."—London Tit-Bits. Convictions that remain silent are neither sincere nor profound.—Baizne SERVIAN OFFICERS ARRESTED. Demanded Courtrrartial of Assassins of Roysl Couple. Belgrade. Servia. Sept. 5.—A nuni her of officers of the N'ish and other garrisons in Servia have been arrested in connec tion with the issuance of the proclamation demanding trial by courtmartial of those who were cor. cerned in the assassination of King Alexander, Queen Draga and their ministry, and threatening to resign 1 their commissions if the demand was refused. Later it was announced that a group of officers of Nish garrison decide.) to kill all the conspirators concerned in the palace assassinations and. that many officers of other garrisons joined them. It was intended to act at a:i eatly date, but the news leal-"! out and ail the conspirators were arro'-ste durin? the night. Forty-seven officers have been ar rested at Nish alone. Vienna, Scim. 5.— It is srate 1 he-e that 7 "0 Se: virtn officers were con cerned In the plot against the arm:, conspirators who were responsible f' the coup d'etat at Belgrade June 10 last. ESCAPE OF HARVEY LOCAN. Government Brings Suit Against Ten nessee Sheriff. Knoxville. Tenn., Sept. 5.—Acting upon instructions from Attorney Gen eral Knox suit has been instituted by United States District Attorney Wright for the government against Sheriff F. W. Fox and his bondsmen for $1 .OiiO damages. The govern ment's claim is on account of the es cape of Hatvey Logan from the Knox county jail June 27 last. Logan is the Montana train robber. He was being held in jail here wait ing the United States supreme court's disposition of his appeal in the same case in which he was convicted of forging names to national bank notes, etc.. growing out of the Wagner (Mont.) train robbery, July 3, 1901. Get a Life Ciitomer. 8aid to Have Obtained Money Unlaw- "You haven't charged me nearly as fully in iowa. much for half soling these shoes as I Marshalltown. Ia.. Sept. 5.—A mar. expected, said to be F. A. Mason, a singing "No, ma'am. We charge according evangelist, who is wanted in several to the size of the shoe."—Chicago Trib cities in Iowa and other states on a nne. charge of obtaining money unlawfully. is in jail. It is said that the United States postofflce depanlment wants Mason for an alleged use of the mails to defraud. The prisoner denies that To get a nl polish on eyeglasses moisten with elwlHM and polish as usu al with chamois By thla means all jje jg Mason, but the police say they grease is removed. have identified him Your troubles are not Interesting Un as you are rich.—Schoolmaster. Those who complain most are tB life complained of.—Henry.