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PILLSBURY SURROUNDED SURROUNDEDBY
A I BY ADMIRAL HIGGINSON HIGGINSONWhite
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White Squadron Compelled to SurrenderUncon SurrenderUnconditionally Surrender Uncon Uncons Unconditionally ¬
s ditionally to the Blue Having Signally Failed FailedTheoretically
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r 4 Theoretically All the Vessels of the Enemy Were Destroyed by bythe byIt
It a the Superior Force of the Defenders Defendersr
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1 jOCKPORT OCKPORT Mass Aug Au 24 JThe JThed The Thenaval
d c R I naval search problem on the New XewEngland Newd
d 13 England coast was terminated at atr at4O
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540 4O oclock oek > ek this morning mornln by the signal signalSurrender slgnald signalsurrender
d Surrender demand unconditional unconditionalfrom
from Rear Admiral Hlgglnsons flag flagship flaghIp ¬
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hip and the reply Accept surren surrender sinsender ¬
1 der from the foretruck of the Prairie PrairieCommander PrairieCommander
Commander PlUsburys flagship The Thebattle Thebattle Thebattle
battle between the blue or defending defendingsquadron
Y squadron and the white or attacking attackingpquadron attackingquadron attackingrquadron
pquadron was thus quickly ended endedelKht endedeight i iflght
eight miles south of Thatchers island islandThe IslandTh islandThe
The Th enemy had most signally failed to tomake tomake
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make a harbor having for Its objec objective objective ¬ I
I tive Salem SutemEnemy SalemEnemy i1em i1emEnemy
Enemy Totally Destroyed DestroyedA I IA
A preponderance of fighting strength strengthrelatively stren strengthrIatIve1y th thr
relatively r sixtyfour points represent represented ¬
L ed by the battleships Kearsarge Ala Alabama Alabama Alabama
bama and Massachusetts Scorpion and anda
l a torpedo boat overwhelmed the thefortyfive thetortyftve thefortyfive
fortyfive points represented by the theauxiliary theauxlItal theauxiliary
auxlItal auxiliary cruisers Prairie Panther and andSupply andSupply andSupply
Supply To speak from a theoretic theoreticstandpoint theoreticIItaOOOlnt theoreticstandpoint
standpoint the white squadron was wasentirely wasentirely wasentirely
entirely destroyed by the guns of the thedefending thedefending thedefending
defending battleships Thus on the thefourth thefourth thefourth
fourth night the game of naval navalstrategy navalJltrategy navalstrategy
strategy was brought to an end It hav having having hayleg ¬
ing covered a period of unceasing toll tollsleepless tollJlleeple tollsleepless
sleepless s nights and of anxious and andwearing andwearIng andwearing
wearing vigil and of grave uncertainty uncertaintyto
to its participants participantsThe
The destruction of Plllaburys squad squaddon squad00ft squaddon
don occurred at a point Just within the theouter theouter theouter
outer limit of Gloucester harbor not notover notC1Ver nottver
over eight miles south from Thatchers ThatchersInland ThatchersJ Thatchersicland
Inland J lAnd off which hlch had been anchored anchoredrtnee anchoredplnee anchoredsince
since Wednesday when wht > n the war game gamevras gameWas gamewas
Was declared opened the three power powerful powerful poweriul ¬
ful battleships of the blue squadron squadronAn squadronAn squadronAn
An Exciting Incident IncidentThe
The surrounding and putting out of ofaction ofBrUnn ofaction
action of the squadron In command commandof
of Commander PHlsbury was the cul culminating culminating culminating ¬
minating Incident In one o e of the most mostexacting mostexacting mostexacting
exacting chapters In the peace history historyof
of the American navy For the plac placing placIng placleg ¬
ing in operation of the maneuvers of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th warships off the coast of New XewEngland Ne NeEngland Newngland
England thenavy had long prepared prepareditself preparedItselC prepareditself
itself and had looked l oked forward with withkeen withken withkeen
keen antUlpaUon anU tJon ABpl8nn9d A p16nned by yJAA yJAAnaval yj yjnaval hj hjnaval
naval rtuthoritlee at Washington two twof twoNluadrons twosquadrons
squadrons f were to be put Into the thegame thegame thegame
game one the blue the defending fleet fleetand fleetand fleetand
and the other the white to be a hos hostile hostile boatile ¬
tile fleet bent upon effecting an an anchorage anchorage anchorage ¬
chorage In some unprotected harbor on onthe onthe onthe
the coast from Cape Elizabeth to Cape CapeCod CapeCod CapeCod
Cod opposed all the time by the first firstfleet firntfleet firstfleet
fleet This anchorage had to be main maintained maintained maintamed ¬
tained against the defenders for or a aperiod aperIod aperiod
period of six hours hoursStrength hOUnlStrength hoursStrength
Strength of Rival Fleets FleetsCommander Fl PlectCommander eU eUCommander
Commander Pillsburys white white squad squadron squadron squadron ¬
ron consisted of the auxiliary cruisers cruisersPrairie cruisersPrairie cruisersPrairie
Prairie Panther and Supply The two twoformer twoformer twoformer
former boats were each assigned twen twenty twent ¬
ty t points of fighting strength while whilethe whileth wliiiethe
the th Supply was assumed to represent representflve
flve points Admiral Higginsons fleet fleetwas fleetwas fleetwas
was actually actnall superior In the number of ofIts orIts ofits
Its members and by the same ar arrangements arrangements arrangements ¬
rangements made as to the Pillsbury Pillsburyships Pillsburyhlps j jships
ships it represented a grand total of ofninetyseven ofninetyseen ofntnetysesen
ninetyseven points of strength The TheKearsarge TheKparsarge TheKearsarge
Kearsarge the Alabama and the Mas Massachusetts MasNrhn8tt Massehusetts ¬
sachusetts battleships ba were given giventwenty givent1lpnty giventwenty
twenty the cruisers Brooklyn and andOlympla andOlympia andOlympia
Olympia eight each the Cincinnati CincinnatiMontgomery CincinnatilontKome1j CincinnatiIOntgomer
Montgomery Gloucester Mayflower Mayflowerand MafiowerRnd
and Scorpion three points each and a anumber a anumber anumber
number of torpedo boats made up the theremaining therfmaJnlng theremaining
remaining numbers numbersTo
To win the mimic war the blue bluevquadron bluelIquadron bluesquadron
squadron had to bring against alnst the at attacking attalklng attacking ¬
tacking vessels ves als as It did early today todaywarships toda todawarships todayMacships
warships superior in their combined combinedResumed combinedRssumed combinedssunsed
Resumed fighting fightln power JO1erEnch Bach side had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the right to capture Individual craft craftof craftof craftof
of the other fleet by overcoming them themin themIn themin
in point of strength and under the therules therul therules
rules rul 8 of the game the captured ves vesela vesels yestels
ela were ere to retire altogether from the thefield theftfld thefield
field of action actionIn
In the defeat of Pillnbury the de deTense depni deenee
Tense pni enee with three battleships the Scor Scorpion Scorpion Scorpton ¬
pion and a Ingle torpedo boat had hadsixtyfour hadC
1 C sixtyfour points so that the balance balanceWM balanceWaI balancew
WM w Against the Attacking squadron squadronThroughout squadronThroughout squadronThroughout
Throughout the mimic war there was wasplaced wasIaced wasplacefi
placed Iaced in operation a system of coast coastdefense coastddenae coastdefense
defense which was admittedly of credit creditto
to those who engaged in It ItComplicated ItComplicated itComplicated
Complicated Problem ProblemThe ProblemThe Pr blem blemThe
The problem was so complicated that thaton thatOn thatOn
on the war ar vessels here tonight the theweeks theeeks theweeks
weeks eeks work is viewed with satisfac satisfaction satisfaction satisfaction ¬
tion for the one reason If for no other otherthat othertbat otherthat
that the squadron has had invaluable invaluablepractice Invaluablepractice invaluablepractice
practice practiceThe practiceThe practiceThe
The final event of these war moves moveswas moveswas moveswas
was the sequence of many man complicat complicated ¬
ed d developments The capture came at atthe atthe atthe
the end of a night filled with rumors rumorsas
as to the location of the attacking attackingsquadron attackingsquadron attackingsquadron
squadron At 930 oclock last night nightthree nightthree nightthree
three battleships of the blue squadron squadronRot
Rot under way wa In a hurry hUrT and sailed sailedto
to the eastward e stward The intention was to tomove totnoe tomove
move on to Portland and If that had hadbeen hadb hadbeen
been b en carried out Admiral Ulgglnson Ulgglnsonas
as it later developed would have haveswung havefiwung haveswung
swung the balance of his fighting force forceto torceto forceto
to that end of the coast line as Pills PHIsbury PlIIsbut Pillsbury
bury but had Intended he should but butvhloh butwhich butsvhlch
which ws w not done on account of ofh ofhf ofhavy
h hf havy < > avy seas running outside Cape Ellz Elizabeth Ellzaht Ellzsheth ¬
abeth aht > th Higginson however deflected deflectedhis defleetedhi
his hi course back to Gloucester after a aswing nwing aswing
swing seaward In response to a report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that the enemy had not been sighted sightedwhen sightedhln sightedWhen
when hln It was believed he had been but butIn butin butIn
In the last hours of the night Pillsbury Pillsburysailed Pillsburyialled Pillsburysailed
sailed toward Cape Ann from the out outite outIrj out5ItA
5ItA ite Irj and as It proved right under the thevery thepry theS
S E very pry guns of the defending squadron squadronCommander squadronCommander squadrontmmander
Commander Pillsbury when still out to
sea after maneuvering headed headedstraight headedstraight headedstraight
straight for Salem harbor But the thedesired thedesired thedesired
desired vantage point was never neverreached neverreached neverreached
reached reachedWhen reachedVhen reachedWhen
When his boats had arrived oft Mag Magnolia Magnolla Magnolia ¬
nolia they were sighted by the signal signalstation signalstation signalstation
station on Bakers island A message messagewas message messagewas messagewas
was sent to the station at Rockport Rockporthere Rockporthere Rockporthere
here and the torpedo boat Barnes was wassent wassent wassent
sent out to notify the blue squadron squadronThe squadronThe squadronThe
The station here had been Informed Informedthat Informedthat Informedthat
that Higginsons battleships had been beensighted beensighted beensighted
sighted off Gloucester and that later laterthey laterthey laterthey
they had returned to their berths un under under Under ¬
der the lee of Harpers island The TheBarnes TheBarnes TheBarnes
Barnes commander was mystified mystifiedtherefore mystifiedtherefore mystifiedtherefore
therefore when rounding Straits StraitsMouth StraitsMouth StraitsMouth
Mouth he saw no evidence of the pres presence presence prosonce ¬
ence of the Kearsarge On a 8 hazard hazardthe hazardthe hazardthe
the Barnes wassteered was steered southeasterly southeasterlyAfter southeasterlyAtter southeasterlyAfter
After Higginsons ships had cruised up upand upand upand
and down the coast they the went to their theiranchorage theiranchorage theiranchorage
anchorage off Thatchers island At Atthis Atthis Atthis
this time the officer on the deck of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Kearsarge was Lieutenant Ray
Stone S ne with Midshipman William D DPuleston DPuleston DPuleston
Puleston as the Junior officer In com command command cornnsand ¬
mand In contrast to others the themorning themornIng themornIng
morning was clear and bright On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the bridge a dozen jackles stood uponthe upon uponthe uponthe
the lookout One of these was Daniel DanielStaehle DanielStaehle DanielStaehle
Staehle an apprentice of the first firstclass firstclass firstclass
class He stood well forward peering peeringon I Ion
on the lee side The flagship was just justfalling justfalUng justfalling
falling down Into a trough when he henotified henotified henotified
notified the ensign at his side that he hecould hecould hecould
could see the enemy The officer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the deck called Flag Lieutenant Evans Evansand Evansand Evansand
and Flag Secretary Bristol and it was wasbut wasbut wasbut
but the work of a moment to inform informAdmiral informAdmIral InformAdmiral
Admiral HIgglnson of the probability
that the time for decisive action was wasat wasat wasat
at hand
Real War Began BeganIt
It was teal war then General quar quarters quarters ¬
ters were sounded There was a quick quickrush quickrush quickrush
rush of many feet the manning of 100 100posts 100posts
posts the clank of the anchor chain chainthe chainthe chainthe
the ringing of bells the giving of or orders ordora ¬
ders and a general clearing for action actionXot actionNot actionNot
Not many moments passed before the theflagship theflagship
flagship was under way steaming at atfourteen atfourteen
fourteen knots with the Alabama and andMassachusetts andMassachusetts
Massachusetts many lengths lengths1n in the therear therear therear
rear Some distance back was the
Barney rapidly overhauling < the ships shipsahead shipsahead
ahead aheadAfc S SAt
Afc At tri 4a4 > W 10 otcloeJc ol ocloe4cthe lookthp the three batUesbi batttesbJaided a
aided by the th converted conseridystcht d yacht Y1 t ScorpKnT ScorpKnTwhich S coniIon coniIonwhich orl I Iwhlcb
which had come In from the soutfi in intime Intime intime
time to be In at the finish and the theBarney theBarney theBarney
Barney which had overtaken the fleet fleetformed fleetformed
formed a horseshoe about the white whitesquadron whitesquadron whitesquadron
squadron The elation among the men menon menon menon
on board the blue squadron ran high highThere hIghThere highThere
There was something pathetic in the thepicture tbepicture thepicture
picture when Commander Pillsbury Pillsburyafter Pillsburyafter
after he had signaled his surrender surrenderpassed surrenderpa5sed surrenderpassed I
passed In his barge from the pier pierwalked pierwalked piersTalked
walked up the starboard gangway of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Kearsarge and offered his sword to toAdmiral toAdmiral toAdmiral
Admiral Higginson HigglnsonKeep HigginsonKeep HigginsonKeep
Keep your sword sir said the thesenior thesenior thesenior
senior officer his voice quivering in inspite Inspite inspite
spite of himself I would not accept acceptthe acceptthe acceptthe
the sword from so gallant a foe foeAnd foeAnd foeAnd
And I sir responded Commander CommanderPillsbury CommanderPillsbury CommanderPillsbury
Pillsbury could not surrender to a anobler anobler anobler
nobler officer sir sirSought sirSought sirSought
Sought the Sideboard SideboardThis SideboardThis SideboardThis
This exchange of words ended theactual the theactual theactual
actual surrender and at the invitation invitationof
of Admiral Higginson Commander CommanderPillsbury CommanderPillsbury CommanderPillsbury
Pillsbury stepped down to the cabin cabinof cabinof cabinof
of the Kearsarge and here the two twoofficers twoofficers twoofficers
officers discussed In private the Inci Incidents incidentsoCthe mcidents ¬
dents dentsoCthe of of the days since the declara declaration declaration declaration ¬
tion of hostilities on Wednesday WednesdayAt
At the conclusion of the conference conferenceCommander conferenceCommander conferenceCommander
Commander Pillsbury returned to his hisnntrshlp hist hisfsuahip
nntrshlp t hip and not long afterward the thePrairie thePralrlq
Prairie headed down coast A littlelittor little littleia
ia littor > er signals were given for the blue bluesquadron bluesquadron bluesquadron
squadron to return to Rockport Later Laterby Laterby Laterby
by the same system of communication communicationestablished communicationestablished communicationestablished
established and maintained so success successfully successfUlly successfully ¬
fully since Wednesday morning mes messages messnges messages ¬
sages were dispatched to all points pointsfrom pointsCrom pointsfrom
from Portland to Provincetown order ordering orderIng ordering ¬
ing all the warships of the defending defendingsquadron defendingsquadron defendingsquadron
squadron to return to Rockport for forfurther forfurther forfurther
further Instructions and at the same sametime sametime sametime
time to collect on the way to this har harbor harbor barbor ¬
bor all signalmen who had been de detailed detailed detailed ¬
tailed at both island and mainland sta stations stations stations ¬
tions along the coast constAdmiral coastAdmiral coastAdmiral
Admiral Higginson Pleased PleasedIn
In an Interview on board his flag flagship fiagship flagship ¬
I ship Admiral Higginson expressed his hispleasure hispleasure hispleasure
pleasure with the real work which had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been done during the week He said saidhe saIdhe saidhe
he believed that to some extent the themaneuvers themaneuvers themaneuvers
maneuvers had taught the navy Its Itspoints Itspoints itspoints
points of weakness and strength during duringa
a time of real action and he believed believedmuch believedmuch believedmuch
much good would COme from the war wargame wargame wargame
game gameThe gameThe gameThe
The naval experts are discussing the thereason thereason thereason
reason for Commander Pillsburys ma maneuverln maneuvern maneuverin
neuverln steaming finally finall to the north northward northward northsvard ¬
ward and coming to anchor as he did didat didat didat
at a point off Magnolia and near Glou Gloucester Gloucester Gioucester ¬
cester harbor especially in the light of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th announcement that he had deter determined determined determined ¬
mined to anchor in Salem harbor and andthe andI andthe
the theory was advanced that the act actIng actIng acting
I Ing admiral of the white squadron squadroneither squadroneither squadroneither
either had observed that he hehad had been beensighted beensighted > een eensighted
sighted and decided to surrender rath rather rather rather ¬
er than to try at the last moment to torun torun torun
run unseen by Admiral Higginson into intoGloucester intoGloucester intoGloucester
Gloucester harbor harborHEEDS barborNEEDS harborNTEDS
HEEDS WIRELESS iIRELEss SYSTEM SYSTEMUnited SYSTEMU SYSTEUnited
United U ited States Warships Behind the thoTimes theTimes theTimes
Times in This Respct RespctRockport RespctRockport spct spctRockport
Rockport Mass Aug 24 4To To an n As Associated Associated Associated ¬
sociated Press correspondent Admiral AdmiralHigginson AdmiralHigginson AdmiralHigginson
Higginson praised the signal service servicemen senlcemen servicemen
men He scored the telephone service serviceand senlceI serviceand
and said it appeared very inadequate inadequateHe
I He emphasized the necessity of theContlnued the theContinued theContinued
Continued on Page i 2
CHINESE MURDERERS WILL Ill BE PUNISHED PUNISHEDP
4 TEKIX EKIN Aug 24 24An An edict has been issued ordering that the he murder m rder rderers 4 4ers + +
4 + P ers of an English missionary named Lewis and an Australian Austra ian ianmissionary 4s 4smissionary 4
4 missionary named Bruce Bru e be punished The crimes were com commltted 4 4 4mitted
+ Tnltted at Ch Chen n Chou in Hu Nan province The government expresses expressesdetp + 4deep
+ deep regret re t t at the occurrence > and promises to make reparation It Is Isrumoreil isrumored +
+ rumored that the murders were the outcome of an outburst ofsuperstl of supersU supersUtlous 4 4
4 4 tious frenzy on the part of the populace based bas ed upon the idea ideathat that the theml8slonurJes theI 4 +
I + missionaries in question had caused an epidemic of cholera which Is Isra 4 4
4 raging ra lng at Chen Chou by poisoning drinking water The mob wrecked wreckedthe wreckedI 4 +
I 4 the mission mls lon building and murdered murd red th missionaries who had but re reupnU recently +
+ upnU cently arrived at Chen Chou wh where re the they were ere cordially welcomed +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+
A ATTY TT V GENL KNOX WILL LEAVE ILA VL FOR fOIlEUROPf EUROPE IN IN4 A FEW DAYSNews BA jAYSNe S YSNeWs vs Item t
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
154 A Tt Of MIN kIINNIL t MITClflll MITClflllEvidence MITCIJEL L LEvidence
Evidence That She Was Lured into the Basement of the Bartholin BartholinHouse B rtholin rtholinHouse rtholinH rtholinHHouse
<
House the Night She Disappeared DisappearedA
A New Witness
t rt HICAGO Aug 24 2 24Whether Whether or not notthe notL notsSf1alvary
C L the t e > xhjumingijpfthebody x1wPJEg < J < he buried buriedV 11 Jed I
V sSf1alvary 4 fri Calvary alv ry jcemetery ceme ezneter7aa ery aa tKat of ofMinnie oftinnie
1
Minnie Mitchell shall shalldevelop develop that the themissing themissing themissing
missing girls family faml y was correct in ac accepting accepting i icepting
cepting the body as that of their miss missIng ml58Ing missing
Ing daughter the police have secured securedample securedample securedample
ample evidence to Indicate that some someyoung someyoung someyoung
young woman was lured Into the base basement basement basement ¬
ment of the Bartholin house on the theWednesday theWednesdaj theWednesday
Wednesday night that William Bartho Bartholln BarthoUn Bartho3m
lln 3m and his sweatheart vanished from fromsight fromlIght fromsihL
sight sightAn sihLAn lIghtAn
An important Im ortant witness whose name namewill namewUI namewill
will not be made public for the pres present present present ¬
ent has been found He is a business businessman businessman businessman
man whose home is not far from the theBartholin theBartholin theBartholin
Bartholin house houseAccording houseAccordlngto houseAccording
According to this witness he alighted alightedfrom alightedfrom alightedfrom
from a Fortythird street car shortly shortlyafter shortlyafter shortlyafter
after 9 oclock an hour after Minnie MinnieMitchell MinnieMitchell I1nnlelI1tcheIl
Mitchell and her lover bade adieu to tothe tothe tothe
the Mitchell family on the steps or the thehouse thehouse I Ihouse
house at 604 Fortyfourth street He Hewalked Hewalked i iwalked
walked along Calumet avenue and his I
ESCAPED FROM JAILI JAILIBars JAIL JAILBars 1 1Bars
Bars of Provo Bastile Were Not NotStrong I IStrong
Strong Enough to Hod Leffew Leffewthe Leffewthe Leffewthe
the Alleged Forger ForgerSpecial ForgerSpecial ForgerSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldProvo HeraldProvo HeraldProvo
Provo Aug 24 24L L L Leffew a pris prisoner prisoner prisoner ¬
oner at a the county jail made ma e his Is es escape escape ¬
cape this evening He is a railroad railroadman railroadman railroadman
man and the officers believe that he hewill hewill
I
will make an effort to get away on a atrain atrain atrain
train In the hope of heading him off offmessages ortmessages offmessages
messages have been sent to the peace peaceofficers peaceofficers peaceofficers
officers in all the nearby cities and andtowns andtowns andtowns
towns to be on the lookout for forthe the fugi fugitive fugitive fugitive ¬
tive tiveLeffew Leffew Is the man who who a couple of ofmonths ofmonths ofmonths
months ago and during his bridal feast feastwas feastwas feastwas
was arrested at Ogden on a charge of offorging ofI offorging
I forging the name of Harry Joseph of ofI ofSalt
I Salt Lake to bank checks checksand and cashing cashingthem cashingthem cashingthem
them in Provo He was awaiting the theaction theaction theaction
action of the district dfstrictcourt court in his case caseand caseand caseand
and for some time had been occupying occupyingquarters occupyingquarters occupyingquarters
quarters in the womens ward on ac account account account ¬
count of his illness which Dr Robison Robisonattributed Robisonattributed Robisonattributed
attributed to worry over confinement confinementin
in Jail JailThis jailI jailThis I
I This evening at about 730 when whenDeputy whenDeputy whenDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Bezzant made his in inspection Inspection inspection ¬
spection of the cells he left the outer outerdoor outerdoor outerdoor
door open as he went into the cell 1e department 1epartment 1epartrnent ¬
partment It was Leffews opportun opportunity ¬
ity to walk down stairs and out and andthis andthis
I
this he did unobserved by the officer officerThe offi officarThe r I
The prisoner had been gone about ten tenminutes tenminutes I
minutes when his absence was noted notedLeffew notedLeffew notedLeffew
Leffew is described as a young man manof manof I Iof
of five feet six inches in height weigh weighing weighIng weighing ¬
ing about 160 pounds medium complex complexion ¬
ion light brown eyes light brown brownwavy brownI brownwavy
wavy hair and with a small mole on onthe onthe onthe
the left jaw He wore trousers of ofblack ofblack ofblack
I black check with brown rowri stripe a coat coatand coatand coatand
and vest est of darker cloth a light fedora fedorahat Cedorahat fedorahat
hat a light blue striped shirt and a aI nI ablack
black undervest His name was Im Imprinted Imprtnted imprinted ¬
I I printed on the sweatband of his hat hatLNATIVE hatCONSTABULARY hatNATIVE
LNATIVE NATIVE CONSTABULARY CONSTABULARYAMBUSHED CONSTABULARYAMBUSHED
I AMBUSHED BY LADRONES LADRONESManila
Manila Aug ug 24 2 24Ten Ten members of the thenative thenative thenative
native constabulary were ambush ambushed ambushedlast ambushedlast d dlast
last Tuesday at a a point near Magda Magdalena Magdalena l1agdalena
lena in the province of Sorsogon Lu Luzon Luzon Luzon ¬
zon by a band of sixty ladrones The Thelatter Thelatter Thelatter
latter were armed with rifles rlft s and bolos bolosahd bolosphd boloshd
phd hd a desperate fight at close range rangetook rangetook rangetook
took place One member of the con constabulary constabulao constabulary ¬
stabulary was killed two were wound wounded wounded woundcii ¬
ed and three were capturedF capturedRESUMED captured capturedRESTORED capturedBESUiED
F
RESTORED WORKHuntington WORKHuntington WORK WORKHuntington
Huntington W V Va Aug 14 HThe The 600 600employes 600employes 600employes
employes of orth ths Ashland hlandsheet sheet mill millwho millwho millwho
who have been on strike for several severalmonths severalmonths severalmonths
months will wtIlre3um resume work ork at midnight midnightConcessions midnightConcessions midnightConcessions
Concessions have been made by both bothsides bothsides bothsides
sides
walk led him past the Bartholin home
As 45 he heent went by he noticed notic d a jvoman jvomanthe vQpan vQpanapparently a app
apparently pp Tent lult itilteyguug y911 S ctan1thW ctan1thWthe tllit tllitthe
the grass plot ploting i fr ront nt or the bulld bulldIng builaing
ing The pedestrian had hadgonebeyonll hadgonebeyonllthe hadgone gone beyond beyondthe i ithe
the Bartholln residence when lie heard hearda
a mans voice and looking back he hecould hecould hecould
could just discern a figure outlined outlinedagainst out1ln outlirtedagainst d dagainst
against the staircase leading to tne tnebasement tn tnbasement rntbasement
basement which two weeks ago gave gaveup gavup gave gaveUp
up Mrs Bartholins body The man manen manentht onthd on onthe
the steps who wh Is asumed to have ha been beenWilliam beenWlJllam beenWilliam
William Bartholln B rthoIln said something that thatcould thatcould thatcould
could not be heard and andthe the girl re responding refipondlng reaponding ¬
sponding asked why the he first speaker speakerwanted s speakerwanted ak9r ak9rwanted
wanted her to go into the th filthy filthybasement tiltbybasement filthybasement
basement basementTurning basementTurning S
Turning back again when he had hadgone hadgone hadgone
gone some distance in his walk the theman theman theman
man caught a glimpse of the woman womandescending womandescending womandescending
descending into the basement The po police police p0lice ¬
lice today found a canvas overshoe overshoecovered overshoecovered overshoecovered
covered with blood in the Bartholin Barthollnhouse Bartholinhouse Bartholinhouse
house Its size precludes its having havingbelonged havingbelonged havingbelonged
belonged to Mrs Bartholin but It Ith has haanot hasnot
not been Identified as belonging to Min Minnle Mm Mmnie lln llnnle
nle Mitchell I
TIRED OF THE STRIKECommittee STRIKE STRIKECommittee STRIKECommittee
Committee Leaves Hazleton For FoVNew ForNew FolNow
New York to Try and Effect Effecta
a Settlement SettlementHazleton SettlementHazleton SettlementHazleton
Hazleton Pa Aug 24 24D D J Mc McCarthy McCarthy ¬
Carthy chairman and Matthew Long Longand Longand
and Harry Silverman members of the theexecutive theexecutive
executive committee of the Peoples PeoplesAlliance PeoplesAlliance
Alliance at Hazleton > Vent ent to New NewYork NewYork
York today to endeavor to put Into Intooperation fnt intoperation
operation some plan for looking to a atermination atermination
termination of the strike They de decline dedine ¬
cline to make public their plan or to tosay tosay tosay
say whom they hope to see in the themetropolis themetropOlis themetropolis
metropolis metropolisShenandoah metropOlisShenando metropolisShenandoah
Shenandoah h Pa Aug 24rrReports 24rrReportsreceived i4Reportsreceived I Reports Reportsreceived
received at brigade headquarters to today today today ¬
day showed the entire anthracite anthniC1 e coal coalfield coalfield coalfield
field to be very quiet quietGeneral quietGe quietGefleral
General Ge eral Gobin said today that settle settlement settlement settlement ¬
ment of the strike appears to him to tobe tobe I
be as far off as when he hearrhed arrived here herenearly herenearly herenearly
nearly four weeks ago The troops will willin willIn sviflin
in all probability remain here until the thestrike thestrike thestrike
strike comes to an end endTHREE endTHREE
THREE KILLED KILl KILLEDTWO D TWO TWOINJU INJUREDDisastrous INJURED INJUREDDisastrous E EDisastrous
Disastrous Wreck on Southern Rail Railway Rallway Railway ¬
way in Indiana IndianaSt
St Louis Aug 24 4A A special to the theGlobeDemocrat theGlobeDemocrat
GlobeDemocrat from Xew Albany Alb Albanymd ny nyInd
1 Ind says saysIn saysIn saysIn
In a disastrous freight wreck on on the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern railway near Georgetown Georgetownten
ten miles west of here early earlytodayEn earlytodayEnglneer earlytoday today En Engineer Extgmneer ¬
gineer Duval Fireman Cox and nd Brake Brakeman Brakeman Brakeman
man Ross of one train were werekilled killed out outright outright outright ¬
right and Engineer Harry Goodall and andFireman andFire1l1an andFirerpan
Fireman George Meyers eyers of the other othertrain othertrain othertrain
train were fatally hurt Fourteen Fourte I box boxcars boxcars Qx Qxcars ¬
cars loaded with wheat together with withtwo withtwo withtwo
two locomotives were tumbled over a atrestle atrestle atrestle
trestle into a ravine forty feet below belowand belowand belowand
and were demolished AU traffic on the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern between between Louisville and nd St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis has been blocked all day The Theloss Theloss Theloss
loss to the railroad company is 85000 85000BIG 85OQOw 85OQOEIG 85000BIG
w S
BIG MINING DEAL DEALMonterey DEALMonterey DEALMonterey
Monterey Mexico Aug 24 4A A deal dealhas dealhas dealhas
has just been closed for the Bolonltas oBolonltasmines Bolonltasmines Bolonitasmines
mines in Guanajuato for 1000000 The Thepurchasers Thepurchas Thepurchasers
purchasers purchas rs are Boston capitalists capltallsts1Jrln capltallsts1Jrlnclpally capitalistsprincipally prin principally ¬
cipally and their company is capital capitalized capitalized capitalized ¬
ized at 5000000 5000000ADHERENCE 5000000ADfrERENCE 5000000ADBERENCE
ADHERENCE OF PERU PERULlma 1ERULima PERULima
Lima Aug Au 24 24A A motion has been beenpresented beenpresented beenpresented
presented in the chamber of deputies deputiesthat deputiesthat deputiesthat
that Peru shall adhere for a terni of offive offive f fflve
five years to the terms of the Brussels Brusselssugar Brusselssugar Brusselssugar
sugar convention conventionWIRELESS conventionWIRELESS conventionWIRELESS
WIRELESS TELEPHONING TELEPHONINGBerlin
Berlin Aug 24 2JExperfmeQti Experiments in wireless wire wireless wIreless ¬
less telephoning were ropduct4su ropduct4sucessfully conducte coP < f4 suc successfully s scessfully
cessfully today between Swsultjriahd SwsultjriahdKolberg ftltc aItund aItundKolberg and andKolberg
Kolberg a a distance of 10iT 10sUeE 0m1 mH
fl8DtRSWtRt QJDLRS WLRL DISRt6ARDtD DISRt6ARDtDI
I
IW J p lEIectric Cars Come Together at Norfolk Va and Three Lives LivesLost livesLostMan LivesLostMan
Lost LostMan Man Responsible for the theAccident theAccident theS
S Accident a Victim
f I Iv
lyTQRFOLK v 9 bIFOLK F OLK Va v a Aug AU g 24 41n In a head headjlJislon he headndtsfleetWeetVOCarS ad adnd
nd ndtsfleetWeetVOCarS ndtsfleetWeetVOCarSlate < < 2UiSlonebetw jlJislon between < two ocars ocarson cars carson
on the Bay Bay iSbore er Terminal arIf line lineJate e elate
late today three persons were killed killedand killedand killedand
and many others badly injured injuredThe injuredThe injuredThe
The dead deadW deadW deadW
W H Yandell motorman motormanC
C B Golden motorman motormanLinwood motor motorrnanLinwood nan nanLinwood
Linwood Fentress aged 10 10Seriously 10Seriously 10Seriously
Seriously Injured W R Miller R RJ RJ RJDavis
J JDavis Davis George Stephenson Mrs J JP JP JP
P Stephenson Joseph White M V VAhern VAh9rn VAhern
Ahern of the th Virginia Pilot Benjamin BenjaminRowson BenjaminRowson BenjaminRowson
Rowson managing editor of the Hu Humorist HumorIst flumorist ¬
morist Mrs Lillian Land John Tay Taylor Taylor Taybr ¬
lor colored Maria Fentress colored coloredMrs coloredMrs coloredMrs
Mrs Ruth Banks Phoebe Frederick Frederickcolored FrederIckcolored Frederickcolored
colored Corliss Waller Miss Victor VictorParks VictorParks VictorParks
Parks Louis Parks ParksThe ParksThe ParksThe
The accident occurred three and a a
HANNA HAS LOST HOPE HOPEOhio HOPEI HOPEIOhio HOPEOhio
Ohio Sen Senator tor Will Make No Fur Further Further Further ¬
ther Effort to Settle the theGreat theGreat theGreat
Great Coal Strike StrikeBuffalo StrikeBuffalo StrikeBuffalo
Buffalo N Y Aug 24 24Senator Senator Han Hanna Hanna Hanus
na arrived In Buffalo today from NIa Xiagara NIagara Niagara
gara Falls accompanied by his daugh daughter daughter daughtee ¬
ter Miss Ruth Hanna and her friend friendMiss friendss friend3iiss
Miss ss Phelps of Cleveland They were wereon wereon wereon
on their way home to Cleveland from fromXIagara fromNiagara fromNiagara
Niagara Falls After a drive around aroundthe arounlthe aroundthe
the city they went to Cleveland to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night on the boat For the first time timeSenator timeSenator timeSenator
Senator Hanna stated his abandonment abandonmentfinally abandonment abandonmentfinally abandonmentfinally
finally of all efforts to end the coal coalstrike coalstrike coalstrike
strike He believes that the operators operatorsshould operatorsshould operatorsshould
should meet the miners in arbitration arbitrationI
1 have exhausted e hausted my efforts said saidSenator saidSenator saidSenator
Senator Hanna I have done all in inmy inmy inmy
my power and can do no more I will willmake willl1ake willmake
make no further attempts for it would wouldbe wouldbe i
be useless uselessHe uselessHe
He said there was no chance of arbi arbitration arbitration arhitration ¬ I
tration so long as only one side the theminers theminers theniners
miners was willing to arbitrate He Hegave Hegave
gave ave it as his opinion that the miners minerswill minerswill minerswill I
will not give in so long as they are areable areable areable
able to fight fightIt fightIt
It will be a long fight said he It Itwill Itwill Itseill I
will be prolonged and such prolonga prolongation prolongation prolongation ¬
tion will mean not only hardships for forthe torthe forthe
the miners and the th < women and chil children ehildren ¬
dren dependent on them but It will willhave willhave willhave
have Its effect on the American people peopleThe peopleThe peopleThe
The longer the struggle continues the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater will be the increase in the price priceof priceot priceof
of coal coalHe coalHe coalHe
He said he considered the refusal of ofthe Qfthe ofthe
the operators to arbitrate as final I Italked 1talked Italked
talked with Mr Morgan before he went wentto weltto wentto
to Europe continued the senator and andbefore andbefore andbefore
before the strike was fully under way wayHe wayHe wayHe
He deplored the situation but would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take no actual part toward a settle settlement settlement settlemeat ¬
ment His attitude in my opinion opinionis
is unchanged unchangedEAVAGES unchangedItA
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 4
4 RAVAGES ItA V AGES OF CHOLERA CHOLERAIanila CHOILERAManila 4
4 + 4 4Manila
+ Manila Aug 24 24Cholera Cholera official officialstatistics 4 f ff
4 f statistics show a total to date of off +
+ f 24266 cases and 18040 deaths The Theactual Theactual +
4 + actual number of cases and deaths deathsIs 4 4is
4 + Is greatly in excess of the official omclaleports officialreports 4 44ieports
4ieports + reports In Manila there were but buteight 4
4 eight cases reported last Saturday SaturdayIn +
4 4 In some of the provinces of Luzon Luzonthe 4 +
4 4 the cholera situation Is bad 414 41caees 4 4
4 4 cares and 317 deaths were reported reportedfrom reportedfrom 4 +
4 from the province of Ilocos Norte Nortelas 4 4last
+ last las Saturday 4 4WAR 4
+ + + + + + + + 1 + + + + + + + + 4 4WAR +
3 F FWAR
WAR GAME TO COMMENCE COMMENCEXew
New London Conn Aug 24 24Major 24MajorGeneral 4MajorGeneral Major MajorGeneral
General MacArthur who Is to be in incommand incommand incommand
command of the army arm maneuvers In Inthe Inthe inthe
the coming games with thenavy the naVy Isexp Is Isexpected Isexpected
expected exp cted to arrive here tomorrow to toassume toassume toassume
assume personal direction of the th prep preparation preparation preparation ¬
aration In the forts at the eastern en entrance entrance entrance ¬
trance of Long Island sound With ylthhim ylthhimmIl him himwill himwill
will be General Randolph chief artil artillery artilie ¬
1 ie lery officer General Gillespie of the theengineering theengIneerIng theengineering
engineering engineering corps and General Greely Greelychief
chief hIt signal officer
half miles from Norfolk One car was wascoming wascomIng
coming co Jng from frJtm Ocean Oc a View ieu and the tlI other othergoingAoiQqeaniiVJsw othergniflgtoQflV2ew i igoln
goingAoiQqeaniiVJsw goln to Q eanfJ8w 3he he cedars ors1 ra rgavece rgavecethat wace wacethat 8Ie I Ithat
that the 5 southbound uth ound car1 earshould cr should wait waitat waltat waitat
at the siding sidhi for the other Motorman MotormanYandell 2 MotormanYandell > IotormanY
Yandell Y ndell failed to obey the orders and andthe andthe andthe
the orash came 400 yards beyond the thesiding thesiding thesiding
siding Yandell endeavored to jump jumpbut jumpbut jumpbut
but was crushed cr hed in the telescoped cars carsand carsand carsand
and died Motorman Golden of the theother theother theother
other car applied the air brakes as assoon assoon assoon
soon as he hesaw saw the danger of the col collisiont coll1slon collIsIon
lisiont and d then tried to jump as did didFentress didFentress didFentress
Fentress Both Golden and young youngFentress joungFentress youngFentress
Fentress were caught under the plat platform platform platform ¬
form of the shorebound car which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was piled upon the other and were werekilled werekilled werekilled
killed outright Goldens head was al almost almost almost ¬
most torn from his body bod and both legs legswere legswere legswere
were cut off Both cars were full of ofSunday ofSunday ofSunday
Sunday excursionists and few escaped escapedinjury escapedinjury escapedinjury
injury
WILL CONTROL EUROPE EUROPESenator EUROPESenator
I
Senator Kearns Convinced That ThatAmerica ThatAmerica ThatAmerica
America Will Soon Take Take Over Overthe Overthe Overthe
the Old World WorldSpecial WorldCSDecial WorldSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldXew HeraldNew HeraldNew
New York Aug 24 IA A special from fromParis fromParIs fromParis
Paris says Before sailing from Havre Havrewith HasTewith
I
with his family Senator Kearns of ofUtah ofUtah I IUtah
Utah expressed himself as delighted delightedand j jand
and convinced of the fact that Amer j i ileans I Ileans
leans soon would completely control controlEurope I IEurope I
Europe Americans are found every everywhere everywhere everywhere
where he said Look at Morgan He Hethrew I Ithrew tthrew
threw all Europe into a panic over the theshipping theshipping theshippIng
shipping deal and he is not the only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one American teachers te 1chers are found ev everywhere everywhere everywhere ¬
erywhere American players are in ev every every evcry ¬
ery theatre American drummers are areplacing areplacing areplacing
placing goods In every city elt Xo man mancan mancan mancan
can travel In Europe now without withoutfeeling withoutfeeling withoutfeeling
feeling at home We Ve soon shall have haveall havea1l haveall
all the trade worth speaking of Why Whyone Whyone
one of our western states produces producesmore producesmore
more more breadstuff than many European Europeannations Europeannations Europeannations
nations Next we must become a great greatsea greatsea I
sea power By this I do not mean we weshould weshould weshould
should fight to win but we should be bestrong bestrong I
strong enough to hold what we gain gainby gainby gainby
by competition I i do not believe in intrusts intrusts intrusts
trusts but our combinations certainly certainlyare
i are playing havoc with trade over here hereI hereWe hereWe
I We are sweeping everything before us usand usand usand
and the jealousy of our success is isbound Isbound isbound
bound to come That is why wh I say we weshould weshould weshould
should be a sea power We are win winning winning winning ¬
ning In all lines of Industries Steel Steelmachinery j jmachinery I Inachlnery
machinery manufactures everything everythingnow everythingnow
now now feels the keen competition of Un Uncle Uncle Undc ¬
cle Sam SamTHREE i iTHREE I ITHREE
THREE FEET FEETFROM FROM I
S
A YAWNING CHASM CHASMMonteagle C CHASM3lonteagle ASM ASMIonteagle
I
Monteagle Tenn Aug 24 24At At Forest ForestPoint ForestPoint I IPoint
Point last night Miss Vinnie Tucker I ja Ia Ia
a prominent young woman of Decherd Decherdand Decherdand
and one ne of a party on a mountain trip tripstepped triPstepped tripstepped I
stepped over the cliff Sidney Cowan Cowanof I
of Nashville sprang to her rescue He Hecaught Hecaught Hecaught
caught her but too late to prevent her herfall herfaU I Ifall
fall Both were dragged over the theprecipice theprecipice theprecipice
precipice together and landed on the theincline the1ncllne theincline
incline thirtyfive or forty feet below belowThough beowThough belowThough
Though Cowan was badly shaken up uphe uphe uphe
he was still conscious as his body bodyrolled bodyroBed bodyrolled
rolled down the ledge and he caught caughthold caughthold caughthold
hold of a bush which staid his descent descentMiss descentMiss descent3llss
Miss Tucker bleeding and unconscious unconsciouswas
was rolling romn down the way he had gone goneAs goneAs goneAs
As she passed he caught and held her herThey herThey herThey
They were but three feet from a 300 300foot 300loot 300foot
foot chasm chasm3DNERS chasmmNERS chasmINERS
3DNERS INERS HOLD MEETINGS MEETINGSThurmond MEETINGSThurmond NEETINGSThurthofld
Thurmond W V Va Aug 24 24The 24Thestriking The Thestriking I Istriking
striking miners held meetings at vail various vailous ¬ i ious
ous points throughout New and Kana Kanawha Kanawha I Iwha
wha river coal fields today Nothing Xothinghas Nothinghas I Ihag
has been made public as to what was wasdone5ome wasdone wasdone5Some
done5ome done 1Some of the operators or the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater part ibf them are in favor of ofresumingavpfk otresuml ofresumingrQrk
resumingavpfk resuml ll fk and it is expected ex ted be before before beforeh ¬
fore foreh 11i ibjg egd ed qdo df f theweek th week practically pracU llya1l llya1lth all allthe allthh
the th nftneSkiln ntn ineiJln ln the Chesapeake Ohio Ohioterritory OhioterritorY Ohioterritorr
territory will lU be b in moperatloI operation
BOYACA IS NOW NOWA
A REBEL VESSEL VESSELFormerCoIombian VESSELFormer
4 4FormerColombian
FormerCoIombian Former Colombian GunboatGuards GunboatGuardsEntrance Gunboat GunboatGuardsEntrance Guards GuardsEntranc
Entrance to Panama Harbor Harbori HarborINSURGENTS HarborINSURGENTS HarborINSURGENTS
i
INSURGENTS VERY ACTIVE ACTIVESITUATION ACTIVESITUATION ACTIVESITUATION
SITUATION SEEMS TO BE MORE MORESERIOUS IdORESERIOUS MORESERIOUS
SERIOUS THAN EVER EVERIXGSTOX EVERt EVERKlliGSTON
4 4TT t
TT IXGSTOX Jamaica Aug 24 4De 24DeI 4Detans De Details
KlliGSTON I tails of the capture of the Colom Colombian Colombian Colombian ¬
bian gunboat Boyaca by the theInsurgents thei1surgents theirtsurgents
Insurgents outside of Panama have haveraached haer havereached
reached r ached here The Boyaca was cap captured captured captured ¬
tured Aug 1 3 by the insurgent gunboat gunboatPadilla gunboatPadilla gunboatPadilla
Padilla after a a short and unequal fight fightShe fightShe fightShe
She had on board at the time nearly
300 soldiers under the command of Gen Generals Generals Generais ¬
erals Ferrero and Eano who were to toreinforce toreinforce toreinforce
reinforce General Morales Berti at atAgua atAgua atAgua
Agua Dulce The Boyaca also al carried carriedseveral carriedseeral carriedseveral
several cannons a a supply of ammuni ammunition ammunition ammunition ¬
tion and a large sum of money moneyFlying moneyFlying moneyFlying
Flying the Insurgent flag the Boyaca BoyacaIs BoyacaIs
Is now guarding the entrance to Pana Panama Panama Panama ¬
ma harbor Nothing definite is known knownon
on the Isthmus of the situation of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government general Morales Berti at atAgua atAgua atAgua
Agua Dulce but many man persons believe believethat belleethat believethat
that the general after withstanding a asiege asIege asiege
siege of several days during which his hisforces hisforces hisforces
forces were subjected chiefly at night nightto nightto
to a severe artillery fire from the in insurgents insurgents insurgents ¬
surgents proved the hopelessnss of re receiving receiving sccelving ¬
ceiving reinforcements and supplies suppliesfrom suppU suppUfrom suppliesfrom
from Panama and was forced to sur surrender surrender surrender ¬
render to the insurgents insurgentsBig InsurgentsEig insurgentsBig
Big Problem to Solve SolveIf
If the reported surrender of the gov government government government ¬
ernment forces at Agua Dulce Is true truethe truethe truethe
the insurgent general Herrera is con confronted confronted confronted ¬
fronted by a big problem to provide providefood providefood providefood
food and shelter for and to control this thislarge thislarge thislarge
large and hostile element elementRumors elementRumors elementRumors
Rumors are current on the isthmus isthmusthat Isthmusthat isthmusthat
that several detachments of insurgents insurgentshave InsurgentJhl1ve insurgentshave
have been seen at the various stations stationsalong stationsalong stationsalong
along the railroad line between Colon Colonand Colonand Colonand
and Panama and an attack at either eitherend eitherend eitherend
end of the line is expected at any mo moment moment momeat ¬
ment Because of the presence of in insurgents Insurgents insurgents ¬
surgents along the railroad the gov government government guyernment ¬
ernment is most anxious to obtain re reinforcements reinforcements reinforcements ¬
inforcements on the isthmus as soon as aspossible aspossible aspossible
possible Fresh trouble however Is Issaid Issaid issaid
said to be brewing in the interior of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the republic and owing to the frequent frequentrefusals frequentrefusals frequentrefusals
refusals of steamships to carry govern government government government ¬
ment troops the bringing of reinforce reinforcements reInforcements reinforcements ¬
ments to the isthmus is apparently no noeasy noeasy noeasy
easy matter The government gunboat gunboatGeneral gunboatGeneral gunboatGeneral
General PInzon arrived at Cartagena a aweek aweek aweek
week ago from Colon after having made madethe madethe madethe
the voyage with difficulty difficultyGunboat difficultyGmboat difficultyGunboat
Gunboat in Bad Shape ShapeIt
I It is now said to be impossible for forthe forthe forthe
the General Pinzon to go to sea sea again againiH againi I IIt
iH It i her l1tet pteSeHt lltcondlt10n condition Important Importantparts Importa Importastparts t j
parts of her machinery have ha been com completely completelY conspletely ¬
pletely ruined ruinedGovernment rainedGovernment I IGovernment
Government officials on the Isthmus Isthmusassert isthmusassert isthmusassert
assert that the newly nevl acquired govern government government government ¬
ment cruiser Cartagena shortly will wHIbring willbring wiilbring
bring troops to the Isthmus In other otherquarters otherQuarters otherquarters
quarters it Is said the Cartagena Is Isneither Isneitper isneither
neither at Savanllla nor at Cartagena Cartagenabut
but that she has gone to Santa Marta Martawhence Martswhence Iartawhence
whence she will proceed to the British Britishisland BritishisltlDd Britishisland
island of Trinidad in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the detention there of the steamer Lib Liberator LIberatoI LIbcrater ¬
crater which wh ch hag ha been b n In the th service serviceof
of the Matos revolution against Presi President President President ¬
dent Castro of Venezuela The Colom Colombian Colombian Colombian ¬
bian government recognizes the revolu revolutionary revolutiona1j revolutionary ¬
tionary situation to be serious seriousMany seriousI
I Many persons question the ability of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Insurgents to hold Colon if they at attack atI attack ¬
tack and capture that port owing to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that they tbe possess no gunboats gunboatson
I on the Atlantic side of the Islands The Thegovernment Thegoernment Thegovernment
government is endeavoring to purchase purchaseanother purchaseanother
another war vessel In the United UnitedStates tnltedStates rnitedStates
States for use on the Pacific coast coastofwar coastTheore coastThere
There is at present no foreign man manoCwar manofwar
ofwar at Colon
5
NEGROES AND WHITES WHITESFIGHT WHITESFIGHT WHITESFIGHT
FIGHT TO THE DEATH DEATHIndianapolis DEATHIndianapolis DEATHIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind Aug 24 2A A race raceriot raceriot raceriot
riot broke out today toda at Haughvllle a asuburb asuburb asuburb
suburb of this city between 200 negroes negroesand negroesand negroesand
and whites employed by the National XationalMalleable Nationalllal1eable NationalMalleable
Malleable Casting company There has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been bitter race feeling between them themfor themfor themfor
for several years and trouble has fre frequently frequentl frequently ¬
quently broken out Two people have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been killed A ball game this morning morningbetween morningbetween morningbetween
between the two factions caused ex excitement excitement cxcitement ¬
citement As the crowd left the rield rieldhostilities Iieldhostilities fleldhostilities
hostilities broke out Stones bricks bricksclubs bricksclubs bricksclubs
clubs and other missiles were used usedTwo usedTwo usedTvro
Two hundred persons were Immediate Immediately ¬
ly crushed together In a fighting mass massTwelve massTwele massTwelve
Twelve or fifteen shots were fired and andIt andIt andit
It is reported one on negro was shot but buthe buthe buthe
he was taken from the field before the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police arrived The whites were vic victorious victorlous ¬
torlous driving the blacks from the thefield thefield
field and wounding a number of them themSeveral themSeveral
Several white people were badly In Injured Injured Injured ¬
jured Ten arrests have been mad madeand madand
and others will be made as rapidly as asthe asthe
the persons are found foundFAMILY foundFAMILY foundPAMILY
FAMILY ASPHYXIATEDChicago ASPHYXIATED ASPHYXIATEDChieago ASPkiXLATEDChicago
Chicago Aug 24 24Bryant Bryant Schick was wasawakened wasawakened
I awakened this morning with the im impression impresslon ¬
pression that th t a mishap had befallen befallenhis
his wife He found the house filled filledwith filledwith
with escaping gas and his wife and andtwo andtwo
two children one a girl of 2 years and andthe andthe
the other an infant dead It is sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed that Mrs Schick turned on the thegas thegas thegas
gas while temporarily insane insaneWOUNDS InsaneWOUNDS insaneWOUNDS
WOUNDS PROVED FATAL FATALCairo FATALCairo PAPALCairo
Cairo Ga Aug 24 4Ton Town Marshal MarshalGoodwin MarshalGoodwin
Goodwin who was fatally tatall wounded In Ina ina
a battle last night with Galey Tyrus Tyrusa
a negro desperado charged with the themurder themurder
murder of a companion died here to today today today ¬
day from his hI s wounds A posse is in inpursuit inpursuit inpursuit
pursuit of the negro
CHANLER BABYWAS BABY BABYWAS it itWAS
WAS CHRISTENED CHRISTENEDPresident I it itPresident
President of the United States StatesStood f I IStood
Stood as Godfather GodfatherSWINGIN l lifii
ifii ifiiSWINGIN I t tSWINGIN
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SWINGIN ROUND THE CIRCLE CIRCLEROOSEVELT 1j 1jI < rf r rfr rfROOSEVELT
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ROOSEVELT BESTED LAST NIGHT NIGHZDAT NIGKT1T
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AT A T NAEANT Ii J MASS MASSI litASSAHANT y yn yjAHAXT
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jAHAXT AHA AHANT Mass Aug 24 24Prc 24PrcI LP LPdent Prrc PrrcU
N I N U dent Roosevelt left Newport t ta taday > > 2a 2aday H Hday
day at 2 oclock in a a sumpi sampts snmptstrain Tis Tistrain
I
train of feur special pecIa ears Aoro C1 r a anylng inying 1
i inying
nying him to the station were Mr 1 lMrs 2Mrs i iMrs
Mrs Lodgethe Lodge the two > latter ymrz journwith s 1j 1jwith V Vwith
with the party to Xahant the hm > c cspend cthe
the Lodges where the president il I 01 01spend jf jfspend
spend the night nightA nightA
A quieter day could not have boca bornspent l lspent T Tspent
spent by the president As is his hiss hisstom hi s storn T Ttorn
torn he rose early and after eats eat = r a aUgbt alight i ilight
light breakfast left the Chanler Chanierhabout ho > = zs zsabout >
about 9oclock 9 and went Qut to nrrt ntUrs jf jfMrs
Mrs Roosevelt who who bad come up 02 o othe q qtlle fj fjthe I
the Sylph during durin the night nightThe nightThe v j jThe
The president was aboard the th sir shs shsabout j > > 41 41half 04 04about
l lcompanied
about two hours Mrs Irs Roosevelt a acompanied
companied him ashore and spent aOut aiouthalf 1 l
half an hour at attile me Chanler reed n ntaking ntaking ntaking
taking a look at atthe the baby lteb but did r rt rremain 3t A Aremain 0 0remain +
remain for the christening christen inS She lefl leflshortly leZshortly 1
shortly before the event for Oyster OysterBay T TBay i
Bay Ba i iRoosevelt
Ii IiRoogeve1t
Roosevelt Was Godfather GodfatherThe
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The president remained at the ci37 CJller C T5 T51cr > j j jler
ler villa where the ceremony of chrUt chrUtening I IeninS tening
ening the baby was performed by Rev RevJohn J
John Diamond of the Episcopal churrh churrhin hurrhin
in the presence of the president who whoacted whoacted whoacted >
acted is S godfather Senator and Mrs 3lrzLodge rn1o rn1oLodge fc fcMrs
Lodge the latter acting as bodmotherr godmother Y YMrs
L Lnumber
Mrs lrs Julia ward Howe and a a larga 1arg 1argnumber t tnumber
number of the personal friends or lbs thafamily I Ifamly ifamly
famly famlyThe J I IThe
The affair was regarded as one on of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most auspicious events of the sea season season season
son at that fashionable resort due not notonly notonly ntonly
only to the prominence of the ihau ihaulers I hal hallers hanlees ¬
lers but to the fact that the president presidelltof i iof
of the United States would act as god godfather godfather godfather
father to the child childSunday childSunday childSunday
Sunday Traveling TravelingThe J JThe rThe
The traveling on Sunday Sunda was some something sorthing something ¬
thing new for the president but in t i ihis rInstance t tinstance
instance he was obliged to depart frn frnhis rtn rtnhis
his usual custom as he went to Xw Xwport N Nport Nsaport
port for no other purpose than to at attend attend
tend the christening and it was nee < 5 5sary f jsary
sary to make the short journey to t Na Xahant Nahant Nahant
hant today in order to maintain malnta his hsschedule t f
j jschedule
schedule t1 t1Lieutenant
1 f
Lieutenant Governor Bates Bte and an Al A1jutant Afijutant j
jutant General Gener Dal Dalton ton of Massac 3fassarhn 3fassarhnsetts rsbu rsbustt hu husetts
setts stt boarded boaed boaialedthe the train rn at a Newport Xewpor a ad adcompleted acompleted d dcompleted
completed the arrangements agant for ths thsentertainment t thuentertainment a aenterinment
entertainment enterinment of the te president predlnt ari ariparty a1 alparty
party part in Boston Bson tomorrow tmor night night That Thatenthusiasm Thattntuslasm Thatenthusiasm
enthusiasm tntuslasm fefimndlng endtng alng the te pr P pgsert s Tt It Itjourey u ui s sjourney
i journey jourey shows no abatement a ent was wa evi evident e edent ev evdent ¬
dent today by the te crowds cwd gathered ghed ghedabout s sI aabout
I about the station staton at Newport Newpr whJ whd whfris h hi I L Lcheered
i cheered his hi arrival arrh and continued ontnuA t tI tcheerg tcheering
I cheering cheerg until unt the train t was ws lost t3 t3sight 1 I Isight
sight Stone Bridge Brdee R R I Pall Fl River RiverTaunton RiverTaunton RiverTaunton
Taunton and Mansfield feld Mass turned turnedout turnedout I Iout
out in force to greet the president ani anias an anias i ia
get te
as a each place was reached rched the train trainwas tn trainwas I Iwas <
was slowed down d WD the president ap a aperng 5pearing t tpearing
pearing perng on the rear platform plafor and bow bowing bw bwing bowIng ¬
ing his
acknowledgments acknowledgmentsCheering
ing hi ackowedgent r rCeeriag
Cheering Cerg at Boston Bstn BostonAt f fAt
At t Boston the te entire etre party prty etitrrpl PtC PtCthe t tthe rthe
the special spcial train tn which was stand shndon standg standgon rg i ion
on another track tc the te crowd in t tmeantime tmeantime tmeantime >
meantime continuously cheering ceerng rrr Urrnarriving rrrarriving rrrarriving
arriving at at Lynn where whre carriages clagp v re rein e ein
in waiting wating to take the party py to t Na Nahant Nihant J
hant the sight was w one to t be b long ong r rmembered rmembered rmembered
membered Stretched from trm the stat statthrough st aLtthrough I Ithrough
through the t city ciy and ad across ac the pen pensula r rsula rsula
sula to Xahant Nahnt a distance ditc of f fnr fnrmies frmiles yxr yxrmiles
miles mies were fully futy 60WO r1 people ppl vho nhocheered ho i icheered J
cheered again ag and ad again as the prrEl prrElcarriages p1s1 prrsldent 1
dent paed passed Tee Tinesc agn were two mUs ct ctcrrIaes ctcarriages
carriages crrIaes on either side of the r rai raiThe rat ratThe ai aiThe >
The president pridet rode wih with Senator Snator Lc Lge Lgeand Lcgn Lcgnand ge geand
and was escorted eored from tom Lynn to Ma Mahant 1 a a ahant
hant by a troop top of 01 cavalry cavalryfor cva cavalryThe > <
The arv arrival at Naht Nahant was a signl signlfor
for another aoter outbreak outbr of applause ar4 ar4the 31 a athe
the two places seemed to vie witii witisother f rother a h hother
seeme t wih
I other as a to which whic should shul be b the mr mrcordial I rn rncordial I II
cordial crial in its It it greeting gtng Flags Fags and andwill ad andbunting 1
I buntng bunting were displye displayed eveorw everywher everywherTomorrow he r
Tomrro Tomorrow afternoon the presJrlt
afenon
t
I will wi deliver delver an a address addr from o the rtrps rtrpsof = tr ss ssof j jof
of the public publc library lbrary building bdig In Xa Xahant Xa Nahant ¬
hant hantThe hantThe hantThe t
I Iwere
I The most mot extraordinary extordin preoautlrs preoautlrswere prau prseauewere I
were taken by Senator Lodge Lge f r le t9train lepresidents LepresIdenrs
presidents presIdenrs sfet safety Tonigt Tonight the thetrain thetrain
train is surrounded surunde by a number numor of ofcavalry otI
I cavalry cvary attached attached to the te state m a aand a aand
and the men will w1 remain here iLitil iLitilafter uWafter i
after afer the presidents departure depture t JENSIGN tENSIGN
ENSIGN JUMP JUMPED D OVERBOARD OVERBOARDTragic OVERBOARDTragic < 3
t
Tragic Trgc Death Deat of Frederick Fdeck R R Hbl Hl Hlof Bo1man j jTnan
man of the Navy NavyWashington Nav NavyWashington t <
Washington Aug 24 24he The dath c cEnsign of ofEnig efEnsign
Ensign Enig Frederick R R Holman Homan of the thanavy th thna thenavy
navy na on Aug 13 1 aboard abord the te Celtc Ce1Lwhile j jwhile
while on the way from fom Manila Mnia to Syl Sylney Syine Sylney i
ney ne Australia Austrla is i reported reporte in a dis die diepatch d dpatch i
I patch received recehe at the navy nav d partmeit dfptet dfptettoday departme2ttoday partmeittoday
today from om Captain Cptn Sp Sper Speyers yers The ThaCeltic TheCelic TheCeltic
Celtic Celic is a a refrigerator rrigerator ship and rre rresumably rr rrsumably rresumably
sumably was on her way wy from Manila Manilato Manato 13 13to
to Sydney to obtain obtn provisions provsjms for the thaarmy te tearmy thearmy
and in the Phiippines Ac According According
army ad navy nav t phippines f fcording
cording to the dispatch dth Holman mrt m nwthis t this j jhis
his death by Jumping jupng overboard overboa HS H Hact Haact j jact
act was presumably presmably due to ill health bEh j jHe 3 3He
He was a native ntve of Colorado Colordo and was wa waappointed asasappointed wasappointed
appointed to the navy nav from Iowa Iow In In1S93
1893 His Hi father tatherJn In New York City has hasbeen hasben hasbeen
been ben notified notfie of his death deathSUFFOCATED deat deathSUFROCATED J JSUOCAT
SUFFOCATED IN A FIRE FIREPortland I IPortland
SUOCAT I F
Portland Portand Me Aug 24 4The The four fourchildren fQu fourchildren
children cbllrn and the servant srant girl grl of otlam WE WTham T Tliam
liam lam Kronberf Knber were suffocated sufocte In i a a firs firstoday fr liretoday j
L
today in his hs house hou
MURDERERS FROM AMERICAN STANDPOINT STANDPOINTAXILA
4 + if AXILA A1LA A5ILA Aug ug 24 4The The defense in the Freedom sedition Sed1on case c has ha 4 f fcalled I ILVI
4 LVI lvi called Governor Govenor Taft as a a witness witess to show shoW thdfc th t many many former foer foersurgent in 4 4by 4
4 surgent clG lder lenders who were gUt guilty ot arIqus of offosefi I not rged rgedby recognized +
4 by the th JaW terns of war wr have been bee appointed to t civil civi pfgtlpns pfgtlpnsGovernor PUQns +
the effect thacsmany th such former formerinsurgents formerinsurgents +
+ 4 Governor Goverr Taft gave testimony testmony to fay sc torEr torErinsurgets
+ insurgents insurgets had been ben appointed appointe but that they had ld proved Prove honest hon honctstraightforward t tstralshtorward + f fstraightforward
+ straightforward stralshtorward and an earpest CrpEst He said sid that tht some of t them had ha be hn hngilty ben a aguilty 4 4guilty
+ guilty of murder from American Americn standards stndards but that from their own ownstandpoint + r rstandpoint
4 gilty standpoint murr they undoubtedly believed bleved their conductjf conduct J the war to have hc hcbeen + + 4been
4 been legitimate X i iGoveror T TGovernor
+ Governor Goveror legtmte Taft said sid that he had found these the appointees aRntnte to be b loyal loyaland loy loyand li > ya3 4
+ 4 and that they tey were ere not chosen cosen because beus they happened hP ed to be b iBsurget iBsurgetgenerals IDurgf t tgnerals +
of Infiuen their o can canpeople n npeople +
4 generals but because beuse they mey were e e iuci men v infltien uu u among uub uubpeople =
+ gnerals people He said sid the experience of the civil cvl authorities autor with these men menhad mc n nhd nhad + +
+ had been most satisfactory stsfatry satisfactoryGovernor T TGovernor +
+ hd Governor Taft has hI resumed the governorshipiof goernorhIp i ot o the archlp arhlpla arhlplareieving archipela la > + t trelleving
4 relIeving GveDr Luke Tf E WrSht Wright who has b been bn actingKgo actin actInggonor rnor or during durng Judge JudgoTafts JudgTaCs +
+ 4 Tafts reieving TaCs absence COmmissioner C mmlsioner Wright Vrght is 1 prepaingD prepa preparsTh 1 visit viit the te United UnitedStates Unit UnitStates UnitiStates + + b
S iT
+ States
+ + + + + + + + + + + + > + + + + + + + + + + + + + St + t + 4 r + + 1 + i + + + + i + i + A + +
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