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G1AND PQKKS AND TOMB DAKO
TA (INDEK ALL CntCUMSTANCES
VOL. 1, NOv 77.
Greytown, Natal, April 5.—The col
onlal field force which was concentrat
ing at Impanza, twelve miles north
west of Greytown for operations
against the insurgent Chief Bambata,
"the deposed regent of the Greytown
'.'district, has been compelled to aban
don its laager after heavy fighting and
retire to Greytown.
A portion of the force sent to rescue
the women and children Isolated at
NATIVES FLEE IN
TFI
"Five Streams of Lava Flow
Down Mountain Threat
ening Inhabitants.
Aaaoclated Preaa to The Erulif Ttaea.
Naples, April 5.—The ernptlon
of Mount Yesarins is .assuming
alarming proportions.. The tire
streams oMwrning lava'are de
scendlng die mountain, threaten
tag everything below. The
ploslpas are-heard for 2i miles
around. Thelnhabitant* of small
Tillages neu the crater an
caping, whlre processions of fflv
lagers carryinglarge Images of
ssmts and .madonnas and praying
for the cessation' of tlie ernptlon
are- passing through the neighbor,
lag towns, ^moke, and ashes are
carried so tar Oat all Naples Is
sprinkled with cinders. The Ifa- I
it a a a a
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MISTERS 60HAI.F WAY.
la Effort to Reconcile D^renceg
Meeting Being Held With Operators.
Associated Press to The Bviallc Times.
New York, April
5.—The
MISSING SCHOONER SAFJB.
All Hands Picked Up From the Carrie
Easter By German Steamer.
Lizard, April 5.—The German steam
er.* Assyria, bound from St. Thomas
for 'Hamburg in passing here today
signaled that she had on board all
hands from the missing Nova Scotia
schooner Carrie Easier. The Carrie
Easier coal laden, sailed from Canso,
N.- S., for Halifax abq.ut March .8. Un
til today nothing had been heard
from either vessel or crew and both
were generally believed to have been
lost .'.v.-
BELL LEAVES FOB WASHINGTON.
Chief of Staff, of Army is Given Good
Send pff.
Associated Press to The BTeataf Tlmea.
Fort Leavenworth. Kan., April 5.—
Gen. J. Franklin Bell has left for
Washington to assume the duties of
chief of staff of the army. He will
visit Gen. Carter in St. Louis and will
stop at his old h6me in Kentucky en
route. The entire population at the
post escorted Gen. and Mrs. Bell to
the train. Younger officers dragged
the carriage to the ..depot
FOSTEB RENOMINATED.
Associated Press to Tke Bvenln* Times.
Petersburg, Ind., April 5.—There
was no opposltioa to the renomination
fil
"Congressman John «H. Foster at
-fce republican' congressional conven
tion of the First district held here
today
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FIFTH INDIANA DISTRICT.
Associated Pqess to Tke Evening Times.
Terre Haute, I,nd., April 6.—The re-"
publican congressiontil convention cf
1 -~tlie Mfth Indiana district assembled
sl'. "Jwre today to name a candidate to
succeed Congressman E. S. Holllday.
'Congressman Holliday.'s renomlna
-$ion appears to be assured.
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Colonial Fields Forces
Are "Routed by Zulus
DETACHMENTS SENT AGAINST CHIEF OF INSUR
GENTS NEAR GRAYTOWN ABANDON MOVEMENT
AND RETIRE TO THAT PLACE —WOMEN AND
CHILDREN RESCUED AFTER A RUNNING FIGHT
I WITH VICTORIOUS WARRIORS.
A—nlntrd Plena Cahle to The Bvealns
loBt
sub com­
mittees representing anthracite mine
owners and miners, wilf make another
attempt today to reconcile the differ
ences existing between the- employers
and their workmen. Before going into
session theft* were no surface' indi
cations that today's meeting would
bring about an'agreement/that would
send the mep back to work. Repre
sentatives 'of mlhers are reported-to
have trimmed''dbwn theli- 6rliiiial de
mands in thfe'liOpe that the operators
may see their way clear to conceding
something to1 the:men.'• The miners'
will not say what their next move
will be nor Will they predict what will
be the outcome of the meeting:'
THE
Keates Drift succeeded in so doing but
while returning was attacked by the
rebellious natives. A running fight
was kept up for six miles, the Zulus
continuing the pursuit until within a
mile of Greytown. Three of the col
onial force were killed and several
were wounded. The remainder are
safe at Greytown.
The police report that the rebels are
in strong numbers and flushed with
victory. Officials' fear further ex
cesses. Preparations have been made
at Greytown to repel an attack.
HE HUpEHI
Letter in Pocket of Aeronaut
Nocquet Shows He Had An
ticipated His End.
Associated Press to The Hvenlng Times.
New York, April 5.—Paul Noc
quet, the young aeronaut who died
on Long Island beach, where lie
was
and exhausted after an
apparently safe landing in his
balloon .. Tuesday night, made
preparations for death' before
starting' on his last voyage. A
letter was found in the pocket of
his clothing today giving complete
directions as to the disposition to
be made of his property in case
should he be found dead. The cor
orer's investigation into his death
after he had safely landed from
his perilous ascension, will be':
made tomorrow. To determine the
exact cause pf his death an autop
sy will be held. It is believed that
Nocquet died from heart failure,
following the complete physical
exhaustion and mental anguish he
must have felt when he believed
he waff being carried out to sea
by the big balloon. The thory that
he was crazed by fear was
strengthened by additional' facts
concerning his flight which were
learned after the finding of his
body last night.
THEY CAN'T BLUFF HIM.
"Bob" Harris #f Winnipeg Wants
.Young Lavlgne to Put Dp or
Shht Up.
The Mlnot Optic is in receipt of the
following letter from "Bob" Harris,
one of the pugilistic lights of Winni
peg, in which he states that he would
like to fight.Lavlgne:
"Dear Sir.—In regards to that chal
lenge that young Lavigne has been
issuing through your paper for a
fight with me, must say that I would
be only too gla4 to meet him, any
where and at any time. Mr. Lavlgne
was In Winnipeg last summer, but
to get a fight with him at that time
.was out of the question, as he sent
me challenges and I said, and every
body knows that I tried hard to get
a fight with him, but failed to do so.
However, If he still continues to send
me any more challenges, he wants to
put up a little money to back his
statement, as I can get any where
from $1,000 and upwards.
Yours truly,
1
OF
R. J. KELLY.
On behalf manager. Bob, Harris.
It's easy to borrow an umbrella in
fair weather.
By K.
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Retirement of Admiral Con
verse as Chief of Navi
gation Bureau.
Assoclutetl Press to The Evening Times.
Washington, April 5.—Within little
over a month the most important' de
tail office in the navy, that of chief of
the navigation bureau, wiir become
vacant through the retirement of Rear
Admiral Converse who will have at
tained the age of 62 years on May 13.
He has the unusual record of having
filled no less than three bureau posi
tions in succession, besides having
commanded one of the finest of the big
battleships of the navy, the Illinois.
No person has yet been named to suc
ceed him. although there is no lack of
candidates.
MOKE MINES OPERATING.
Conditions in the Pittsburg District
Are Improved Today.
Associated Press to The Evening Times.
Pittsburg, April 5.—Work was re
sumed at seven more mines today and
the- conditions throughout the Pitts
burg district were much improved.
Officials of the Pittsburg coal com
panys reported seventy per cent of
their mines now in operation and more
miners at work. Orders are again be
ginning to come and and Chairman
Robbins claims the company is doing
as much business as it can handle.
McGumber's Pension
Bill Reported Favorably
C.
SayMr.
Washington, April 5.—The senate
committee on pensions today ordered
a favorable report on a bill Introduced
by Senator McCunfber of North Dakota
which ig virtually a service pension
bill. It provides for certain increases
to the veterans which in the aggre
gate will increase the pension roll by
some $8,000,000 annually jtor the first
few years the act' becomes operative.
This bill provides that any person who
served ninety days, or mote In the
military or.naval service of the United
States during the late war of the re
bellion, and who has been honorably
'discharged therefrom, and who has
reached the age of 62 years or over,
shall, upon making proof of such facta
according to 'such rules and regula
tions as teh secretary of the interior
may direct, be placed upon the pension
roll, and be entitled to receive a pen
sion as follows: In case such person
has reached the age of 62 years, $12
per month 70 years, $15 per month
76 years or over, $20 per month and
such pension shall commence from
the date of filing of the application in
the pension office after the passage
and approval of this act
North Dakotans at Washington/
C. S. Delsen of Larlmore, John
Christiansen, Towner C. C. Ham
mond, Ashley, are in Washington to
attend the meeting of the railroad
commissioners for the several states.
Mr. Deisen is chairman of the North
Dakota commission and Mr.
Hammnnii
secretary. Mr. Deisen and Mr. Chris
tiansen are accompanied- by their
wives. "Ken" Wiley and wife of
Towner are also with the commission
ers.
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flRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA, .THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1906.
THE FIRST SIGN OP SPRING-AS IT APPEARED TODAY
COJiGRESSMAN CAMPBELL NAMED
AMHoclnted Press to The Evening Times.
Sedan, Kas., April 5.—The republi
can congressional convention of the
Third district of Kansas was held
here today and resulted in the renomi
nation of Congressman P. P. Camp
bell.
TODAY'S MARKETS.
Cii-iind Forks, N. 1)., April 6.—(Bv
Edwards Wood Co., Brokers. Room 1»
Clifford Building.)—We,.charge only %c
per bunhftl commission oil all grain and
2%c per bbl. on pork for Chicago deliv
ery, and Hc on flax for Duluth delivnry
Othei companies charxe double th)»
amount.
Superior (tnotntlons tor Minneapolis
Delivery.
Wheat— May. July. Sept.
Open "«?»-?. 79% 77%
High 77 7»4 77%
l.oiv 76 78% 76&
Close 7G V. 7S% 77
Chicago Delivery.
Wheat— May. July. Sept
Open 7S,/8-Vi 77%-r:i 7714-%
High
78% 7sy4
Miprli 4 5 vi 45vs -ifiV'
Lo 44% 45 45».i
Close .. .. .. ..loVi 45'/, 45-Is
Oats— May. July. Sept.
Open ..81% 29% S»
High 31% 30. 2!)
Low 31% 29%
Close 31% 29% 28%
Pork— May. July
Open lfi.lft 16.12
High 16.17 16.If.
Low 16.00 16.00
Close 16.12 16.07
Lard— May. July
'-'pen S.40 8.52
High .. 8.40 8.52
Low 8.32 S.45
Close 8.35 8.47
Duluth Delivery.
Flax— May. July.
Open 1.18% 1.17%
High 1.18% 1.17%
Low 1.15% 1.17%
Close .. 1.16 1.17U
Minneapolis Cash Close.
No. 1 hard wheat 77 to 77
No. 1 northern wheat .. ..76% to 77
No. 2 northern wheat 75 to 75V
No. 3 wheat 23 V. to 74%
No. 1 durum wheat .71 to 71%
No. 2 durum wheat 68% to 69
No. 3 yellow corn 40'4
No. 3 corn 39%
No. 3 white oats 29%
Barley 37 4 to 47
Rve 56% to 58%
Flax .. ,. 1.14 to 1.14%
May flax... .. .15
Northwest Receipts.
Minneapolis—Car3: Today 251: lust
year 214.
Duluth—Cars: Today 51 last.year fi.
Winnipeg-—Cars Today 132 last
year 46.
Foreign Cables.
Liverpool—Close: Wheat, %d lower.
JiM* Af£ THE
MhN-
RENT
77 a*
IjOW* 77 77*4 7(1%
Closu 77% 77 Vi 7G",
Corn— .. May. July. Sept
Open 44%-ir-
-in'/,
THE: WEATHER.
As reported by the
A so at
from Washington, T.
C.,' for the coming 36
hours:
North Dakota
Generally fair to
night and Friday
warmer In east por
tion Friday.
Minnesota Snow
flurries today warm
er! fair Friday,
Montana Light
wlnis cloudy today
rising temperature
Friday.
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45 5A
R, R's Coming to Grand Forks
kunab6(JTS)
Two Passenger Car, $650. With Folding Sea', $675
COMPLETE WITH LAMPS AND HORN
GRAND FORKS. NORTH DAKOTA gi|K
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CHANCELLOR WAS
AT
Von Buelow Suddenly Over
come During Debate and is
Carried From Chambers.
AMKOclntfd Press Cable to The Evenlns
Times.
Berlin, April 5.—Chancellor Von
Buelow, while attending the debate in
the reichstag today, t' uf.t.°d and was
carried to a commit'''*.- room by some
of the members of the house.
The chancellor matlp. a speech on
the subject of Morocco and was listen
ing to the answer ot Herr Rebel,
socialist loa-l'v,-, when lie was ta'-en
ill, bending over several times on his
left side.
The vice president then adjourned
the sitting for a quarter of an hour
during which deep silence prevailed
throughout the house. Dr. Mugdan
and Dr. Becker had in the meantime
gone to the "assistance of the chan
cellor who appeared to be conversing
with them and with the members who
carried him from the chamber into
the committee room.
CALGARY PREPARES WELCOME.
Associated l'ress to The Evening Times.
Calgary, Alta., April 4.—Calgary is
preparing an enthusiastic welcome for
Prince Arthur of Connaught, and his
party who are to be here tomorrow.
The royal visitors will spend the af
ternoon anA night here, leaving early
the following morning for Edmonton.
Chicago, April 5.—A, woman who
was registered at the Palmer house
today as Mrs. Bardeleben of New York
suicided shortly after noon by shoot
ing herself in the head. Death was In
stantaneous. She arrived at the hotel
early in the day in company with a
man who registered as E. Bardeleben
of New York and wrote the name,
"Mrs. Bardeleben," directly beneath
his own. They were assigned to a
room and shortly afterwards Bardele
ben left the hotel leaving the woman
in the room.
Mr. Bardeleben had gone but a
short time when a shot was heard
from the room. Attendants found the
woman dead on the floor with a re
volver by her aide. Bardeleben could
not be found and the police removed
th ebody to the morgue. Later, when
Bardeleben returned, he was inform­
mis
CO., State
Vi'L,
Associated Press to The Eveilig Times.
San Francisco, April 5.—The first
advices from the whaling fleet im
prisoned in the ice at Bally's island
were received in this city yesterday.
The fleet consists of the steamships
Beluga, Herman, Narwhal and Belve
dere and as all but the Belvedere
were to winter this season in the Arc
tic region, there is no danger of
starvation. The men are in good
health and though it is an extremely
cold winter, no great hardships have
been recorded. Bally's island is about
SEVERAL KILLED
COLLAPSE OF
HOE
Guests of German Stopping
Place Crushed in Its
Ruins.
A«"«clated Press Cable, to The Evening
Times.
Magold, Black Forest, South Ger
many, April 5.—The Hotel Zum Hirs
chen (the Stag hotel) collapsed today
while the guests were at lunch. The
bodies of several dead persons have
been brought out and many other vic
tims are supposed to be in the ruins.
Fifty-two persons lost their lives
and seventy were dangerously injured
by the collapse of the hotel.
JAPS PREPARE FOR "WAR.
Russian Representative Says They
Have Eyes on the Philippines.
AsM«l«te4 Press Cable to The Evening
Tinges.
Moscow, April 5.—Gen. Von Mack,
the Russian representative of the Red
Cross, has just returned here from
Japan. He declares thai the Japanese
are actively engaged in war prepara
tions and he adds that it is evident
tht the enemy In view is America and
that operations are being planned
against the Philippine Islands.
WRECK OJf BURLINGTON.
Soft Track Causes Wreck in Nebraska
—No Casiiiiities.
Aasoclated Press to The Evening Times*
Lincoln. Neb., April 5—The Burling
ton passenger train No. 41 on the
Portland Limited, was wrecked last
night between Ravenna, Neb., and St.
Michaels. It is reported here that no
lives were lost, though details as to
the casualties and damage to equip
ment are meagre. A soft track was
the cause of the wreck.
CLEARED OF MURDER.
Associated Press to The livening Times.
Ottumwn, Iowa, April 5.—Clamle
Whisler. charged with the murder of
Prank Ogden, at. "Whisler's home near
Bloouifield, April 1, 1905, was today
found not guilty at the^trial. Whisler
admitted the shooting of Ogden but
said it was in self-defense and after
Ogden had insulted Mrs. Whisler.
PROSPECTS FOR PEACE.
Budapest, Htyigarv, April 5.—The
leaders of the eolation party had a
conference this morning under the
presidency of Francis Kossuth. They
will meet again this afternoon. It is
estimated that the prospects for peace
are improving.
Woman Suicides in
Palmer House, Chicago
ed of the suicide. He then said she
was not his wife, but was the divorced
wife of an electrical engineer in Provi
dence, R. I. Afterwards he said her
name was Mrs. Edith Cooper of Phila
delphia and she was 23 years old.
Bardeleben, who is 65 years old, later
said his name was not Bardeleben, as
it appeared on the register, but Dau
deleben.
LUMBER PLANT BURNED.
Fire Consumes Hallock Lumber Plant
at Denver, Colorado.
Associated Press to The Evening Times.
Denver, Col., April 5.—Fire today
completely destroyed the plant of the
Hallock Lumber & Supply company
at Thirty-Ninth avenue and Gilpin
street, entailing an estimated loss of
$300,000, fully covered by insurance.
THE EVBWIMI^TIMES PLAYS NO |i^
rAVOWMffll IS THE PEOPUS I ,*
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EIGHT PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS
First News Received
Of Ice-bound Whalers
STEAMSHIPS AND CREWS IMPRISONED IN ARCTIC
REGIONS ARE NOT SUFFERING ALTHOUGH WIN
TER HAS BEEN BITTERLY COLD LETTER8
WRITTEN OCTOBER 25 REACH SAN FRANCISCO
—ICE BREAK UP MAY MEAN DANGER.
250 miles to the eastward of Herack
ell island. The letters are dated
Oct. 25 last. The whaling schooaor
Charles Hanson, at Toker Point, to
tween the fleet and Bally's island
Herschell island, is said to be in a
bad position and it 1b feared she will
fare badly when the ice begins to
break up.
A letter from Captain McGregor of
the whaler Karlnk, in the Ice at
Herschell island, reports all well qb
board but rather short of food. Ik*
mall was brought out by a relief to»
tachment of Canadian mounted p"Hm
PROPHEI DOME'S
WIFE OVERCOME
eves
Report That His Followers
Will Contest for Right*
Too Much for Spouse.
Associated Preaa to The Brenin* Times.
Chicago, April &r—The physical
collapse of Mrs. John Alexander't
Dowle today followed the rumors
that the party in favor of the "first
apostle" had grown so strong that t'
a serloos conflict between the two
factions in Zlon City might follow
the return of her hnsbund. Friend*
of Mrs. Dowle say that she ex
pressed the belief tbat bloodshed
might result. Early today 6he fell
In a swoon while in her home,
and it was feared for a time that
she had suffered a stroke of par
alysis. It was reported later that
she Is suil'erhpg ouly from a severe
attack of nervous prostration,
The appellate court today, by de
clston, deprived Dowie of $53,000
which had been left to him bv
Frederick Sutton, New Zealander.
The heirs contested the tIII. (j
fee
SMASHED RECORDS,
Onklawn Races Made in Fast Time
Yesterday.
Hot Springs, Ark., April 5.—Four
track records were broken at Oak-'
lawn yesterday. De Oro brought the
time for three and one-half furlongs
down to 0:42, Embarrassment and H.
L. Frank each clipped two-dfths of it
second off the record for a mile and a
furlong and six furlongs, respectively,
and All Black reduced the five furlong
mark to 1:3-5. Crow Shade and Ara
belle were the winning favorites.
Weather cloudy, track fact.
First race, five furlongs—Arabelle,
9 to 10. won McJetUi, 15 to 1, second
Invasion, 5 to 1, third. Time 1:02 3-5.
Second race, three and one-half fur
longs—De Oro, 6 to 1, won Wing
Ting, 11 to 20. second Bob's Pet, 15
to 1, third. Time. 0:42.
Third race, mile and fw '.ong—Em
barrassment, 3 to 1, won K.ittie Piatt,
7 to second Bullfinch, to 1, third.
Tim.'. 1:54.
F.-iimh race, six furlongs—H. L.
Fr r.!! 4 to 1, won Barbaros, 8 to 5,
sec :-:td Lucullus. S to 1, third. Time,
1:7 :.
'•"'.'ill race. live furlongs—All Black,
2 to 1, won: Mal'aida, 3 to 5, second
Nenaiu W., 25 to 1, third. Time,
1:00 3-5.
Sixth race, mile—Crow Shade, 1 to
2, won Tomochichi, 8 to 5,( second
T. J. Powell, 40 to 1, third. Time,
1:41.
MORE TROUBLE BREWING.
Revolution Has Broken Out in Samana
According to Report.
Associated Press to The Evening Time*.
Washington, April 5.—More trouble
is reported from San Domingo in a
cablegram received at the navy depart
ment today from Commander Souther
land of the Yankee at Santo Domingo.
He say8:
"A revolution has broken out at
Samana. The Dubukue is. there.
American interests are not involved."
Mr. .Toubert, Dominican minister,
called at the state department today
to see Secretary Root, but had no in
formation of his own respecting this
new uprising.
ELWELL^ ROUGH VOYAGE.
Paget Sonnd Schooner Arrtres at
Honolulu After Hard Trip.
Associated Preaa to The Brenlna Tints,
Honolu, April 5.—The ship Elwell,
from Port Hadlock, Puget Sound, has
arrived at La Hiapa, leading. She ex
perienced rough weather and lost 120,
000 feet of lumber from her cargo.
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