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Bulgarian Ministers Decide on onStrict onStrIct onStrlat
Strict Neutrality NeutralitynEISHMAN HoutraHtyLEISHMAH Nutra1ItyLEISHMAN
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C OFIA u Bulgaria Sept 6Acconlio 6Acconliotn According Accordingj
SOFIA j to reliable able reports from Varna at atthe atI atthe t I
0 the recent Je ent council of ministers pre pref p preiiId i ifihd
f fihd ilod over by Prince Ferdinand at the thedace theulace
3 ulace lace of f Euximxrad Euxln rad It t was resolved resolvedthat reMlv reMlvt reo1ve1that
that t ha t Bulgaria should continue to main maintain malnbin maintj ¬
bin tj an attitude of the strictest Itrict tricte3t11Lty t neu neutrality ¬
trality 1 tllty in the Macedonlan question and andKirther andJIIther Rudther
Kirther ther that the most stringent trln ent meas measiiMs meuIIS tvteahiuU
iiMs IIS should he adopted to prevent any anything anyihing ¬
thing 1 llkojy lIkpl to cause a disturbance in inIulgariifs inIulgarlas in1uIgariis
Iulgariifs nlatlons with Turkey Turkeyvi TurkeyThe
The Th ar r tnlntfltE > r I Is reported to have have11Yfn haveken
vi 11Yfn > < ken ptronjrly < tronJI In the > COUnCIl fIun n against againstny
ny n thoueht thou ht lOr < f Bulgarin declaring war warn
> ii i Turkey tir firJlt f on account of the theritmous th thlmOtl thmoL1
< ritmous lmOtl > expenditure fx nditurt > that such a war warMnild wa wa1111d war warS
S Mnild 1111d involve Ino and secondly ondly because becausetin beeau beeaui
tin 1 110 grrit 1t 1 t powors would never permit permit1ulKarii permitllgari1 permittIgarii
1ulKarii llgari1 to reap the advantage If sh shvirturinus 1Ihrp she shert
rp rt > virturinus vi < Should Turkey attack attackKiiljariu attackHIgaria attackItIgaria
Kiiljariu de eltda 4 laretf d the minister the therlfnt thei
1 i font enf inny rouid cou d hold the Turks in ink Liik I
< I k 1 fnyhf fn > iT he > first few days while the thein the11ro theltr
in 11ro ltr in > Julgarian army could be mohfl mohfljd mob1I
jd 171 I Z within w t h in three t to twelve days Bul Bulpuia BullIia Bulz
puia z lIia na would W flulcl I u1 never declare deJarewa war he ad adbut adJd adI
Jd I but if war was w declared against againstVT plnstbr agaunetsh
VT Kh h would w uld accept the challenge challengejMilesjly challengelletII challengeAs
jMilesjly jMilesjlys lletII lletIIS
As s evidence of Bulgarias Bula peaceful peacefulintentions peacefulint petetuntentI
intentions int ntentI > ntt1 n the council decided that thatpon that1pph that1ph
1pph pon tlv > tirst tir t symptoms of disorder dlllor er on onlie onI
lie 11 I frontier martial law would be pro proalmel proalme proaimel
almel at Burgas KostendilPhllip Kosttndil Philip PhlUpfIIt
1 01 fIIt oils 1 n nil < l Sofia 0 The ministers ex exvrssed exl ex1r
vrssed l 1r II the opinion that the powers powersin powe
1 111 fI1 > in reach aeh the conviction that thatthe that11P I
the M 1 ifdonian I loiiian question qU > 1t1on could not notdeciNii not1t
11 > deciNii without their intervention interventionPifty interventionFifty i iFifty
Fifty Villages Burned BurnedThe BurnedTht BurnedThe
The Autonomye publishes the names namesof namesf namesfifty
of f fifty villages burned bjr the Turks Turksin Turkin Turksthe
in the following < districts Resen ResenThirty Resen1tirty
Thirty 1 visages n gel Kostur fourteen fourt n Bru BruFhevo ru ruFh ruh
Fhevo Fh h o vix ix and one monastery The Theurks Theurkfl Theurk
urks 1urred four villages in the dis district district dietrct ¬
trict of Strushkopollf and murdered murderedtb
tb 1 prlt Th Thf ppviiatlon fled to the thejriuntftiiis thfJ1T1Unt the2ritintu
jriuntftiiis 1T1Unt in The Turks have destroyed destroyedall
all a 4I II the Mour mills In the district of oflcen orlfn oftefl
lcen tefl a fll Id also ah every church A fight fightrcportf ftghtf
f rcportf > J to have taken place at the thevillage theIllage theillage
Illage of r Vetresko tresko in the district of ofKujnanovo oflpnarlOo of1jnanivo
Kujnanovo lpnarlOo 1 between bet > ween a body of msur msurfnts lneurpntll Insurnts
> fnts nts and a i Turkish battalion It Itlasted Itte1 Itlste4
lasted te1 four hours and the Turks lost lostheavily lostlw losthaVII3
heavily heavilyHfpoits lw haVII3tpoits v 11 11HppOl
Hfpoits HppOl t1 have reached revolutionary revolutionaryTiradquarters revoluUon revolutionaryvadquarters Uy Uylwadquarter
Tiradquarters here of atrocities by the theTurks therllrkR thelurks
Turks in n the vlllajre of Vtlmosti in theditict the theiliFfict tht1tlct
iliFfict of o Dfbre Df bre The troops and andffhi andl andItazciuks
ffhi l l hi Baznuk are said to have stir surroundfl 8ur1oundf1 stirrOundil
roundfl the village and 1d part of them thementered th theminteret m mntered
entered anti began gan plundering the thetiouses theJ1ouse the1ouses
tiouses and 1 n assaulting alfRa ltIn the women The Thehpr Tb4thpr 7h 7hI
I hpr soldiers hllelll remained outside ou de dedt1 and andKilled d dkWe4
Killed those of the inhabitants who whotried w w1rlpd whorlpl
tried tc t > fscanb TiieTurks The Turks then set setf Arc Arcto e et
f to t the vJlwtr > in four places burning burningtv burningtwdve
tv t twdve WI lve women and children One OneIId One11Ilt Oneit
11Ilt < IId uis it 1 I5 hanged Altogether sixty sixtyvi5 I1xbp1nbl lIxtyr
vi5 p1nbl = rnt r nts were Wiled and their bodies bodiesl bodieslrt bodieslrft
l lrt ft lying In the streets streetaA streetsAWAITING
I llinister llini ter Le Lishtazt L J1 ishman Not Tryinf to toProbe toProbe
Probe Beirut Assaultnstanthiople Assault AssaultConstantinople Anau1tonstantlDople
Constantinople Sept 6United 6Unitedz United Unitedf UniteclatNI
f z ates Minister Leishman Is not taking takingnny takingI
nny I n ny y rteps regarding the attempt upon uponico upony uponiyo
y ico 11 > Conssj Co Xagehwen eJaton at Beirut but butfJl1tt1ywattlD bittquietly
5 quietly fJl1tt1ywattlD awaiting < developments on onthe onth Onlhr
the th pat of the porte pOttCRferung i iRpferrlng iHfffrln
Hfffrln Rpferrlng to the declarations made madeTv madeliv
Tv ch lh1rlb Wib Bey the Turkish minister ministerV
o < V YII Viudiington i hiwrton In an Interview with withliim with111n withi
i liim Aug 29 which have b ve been cabled cabledi ca > led ledf
> i TP rp f It f Is I pointed out In Constantinople Constantinoplenat I
i nhat nat It t tle > porte would Rid hav haft obviated all allrr aUI allA
A I rr tnMat r > seat disagreement d ftt between the theL thenitd I I
L nited nit pd States ffta tstes tee ftd and nd Turkey bad It exe exetrd exerd
5 trd t rd d its I t engagement ment made last year yearViJ I I
ViJ 3 therefore the Ottoman OttemaBKOv govern governi goyernalone a ant I
i > > nt I alone Mameable for the th Dres Dresnt DreSr
r < nt n t relations rE latlons between the two eons eounTf COURt eonsIt
t ri 5 5It
It i If also ao declared lare that the charges chargesiidp chaI1JefStdp chargede
iidp de by Cheklb Bey against agalnMAmen the theA the1lfrf
Amen A men an missionaries mle loraarlea of Incftlns 1 tlDIf the theArmenians themerians thiA
Armenians A metnns against the Xulmamf Mussulmans Mussulmansunrounded
i unrounded unroundedThe mf uifnundedThe undd unddThf
The < nter1or of most of the embas embassies em8i ¬
L sies i h here < > > re are guarded < reSet by armed sailors aIo sailorsI
110111 I riiti their respective nard ships bI II The Theman Th Thman Thermafl
> man embaiwy einbs in the agsence of its itsK Itsgar1
K j1arc1lh1p gar1 < rr Ihlp the I oreley which whIChIi 1 1iising Is Isislng 1
iising Ii ln In the Black sea Is guarded guardedv pardeICTurkl8h
I v Turkish soldiers soldiersWAR IIOImeI8W soldiersWAR
Turkish Kewspapers Nswp Kakins Xakine Patriot Patriotic Patrioti ¬ I Iic
i t ic Appeals AppealsLondon I
London Sept 7 18pedal Special dispatches dispatchesioin
J ioin 1fl Constantinople published here herein b re rei
i in fi l is i 1 r > rning all concur concerning concern the theof tbeI theof
I of the situation and that th theMrlK
MrlK 3 11 feeling feeUn < has been n increased by byfij by1h by1i
fij 1i fi f > t that the e sultan last Friday Fridayr JII1dajf
r vif jf CJ d and presented colors to two twoi
i 11 I i v Tmssar 1 i1SlIr regiments recruited Ited from fromtin fromt
tin 1 I If ttMv 1 h 1 < which produced the be Otto Ottoviin OttoI
viin I n lynasty I1 1 < ty this being beiD < the first t time timet tlmt timeth
th t i II thf th w sultan 11 has ha presided J at such uchpnIIY n nr i ir4
r r4 tviiy 0 Y Th The Turkish Tu rhish papers perw are areiuiklir arelIakl areikIr
iuiklir lIakl ikIr patriotic appeal to the he loyalty loyaltyml alty altynt
ml devotion Iotj of th < nation nationII
II i stated that an In n infernal InrnalchlDe InrnalchlDea machine machineas
as a ftin f UIOi < I in the baggage hl ga e of a anan Bul Buluarian Bul11
uarian nan 11 pasRpujfer on the Greek steamer steamerMariei steamerTrg r rTarg
Mariei Targ rita ita bound from nm Burgas to th thTMraens thO thOTiapiI thTr
Tr TMraens iejs The machine was thrown thrownpihoard thrownPIh thrownorh
pihoard PIh 1 tr4j rel and the passenger pals ge > r arrested arrestedIt
It 1 in < oris 01qu oquflep > > riupnoe + n4 of o th thl > bornb outrage outra e on onsin onsaner
sin > saner Vaskanu Va kanu the then Austrian AustrianTTyd u trian trian1nT
TTyd n 1nT fStotmshlp tm hlp compuny refus refuse i to totnko toflKf totik
tnko tik issfiiKers PII fr haaKiKo baz t f between Bul Buliria BulIa
rid 1 Ia and an a Thi < orf oristafli tan inoile inoileA ino noiei > E Ej
i A j lisnrh i tdl to the Dailv D < lh ChronicleflStdfltIflflpj Chronicle Chronicleom Chronidefom
fom om U onstantinoptc ns it ntinoplf says i the military militaryv
v l rty ri i < lamorinyr fr 1 war ar but th thMiltai thlIIItl tho thoM1t4 >
Miltai IIItl still tiii ilJ hpsitatrs hf > flitatl < Nevertheless NeverthelessTVIOJS Neverthelessl
TVIOJS l itrr < r being nass lJaSsNt d along the thefron th thfro tlwI >
I fron fro i M in fl loadness Iallln P4Ifl s to take the field fieldfrom fiEhtfrom fieldfrni
from Salmi 8aJl1ka Sal n ia a state ftat that th thithrities thJtbqit tht
ithrities Jtbqit t i t havt ha v itcivod t f < from Con Cons Conorrifr on onjfli
s aninoplf jfli fl3Ik orders in o prepare lists of ofiir oft ofl1
iir t l1 11 rnnian8 1 nians and Servians living In InSilonl 11t intIonT
Silonl t tIonT Jon < a t who wlU wIiJ he h subjected to the theirlrtest thertt thertSt
irlrtest rtt rtSt noMre s1velllanoe s1velllanoeon suVpillanee suVpillaneeOn IIur > illan illanOn
On tho hI sultans fete f day It transpires transpiresat transPi transPithl
hit at thp th ManfaB clubs compcppd > mj p of ofthe orth Ofh
the th h L W vest lIt elements ement of the Turkish Turkishpopulation Tllrkllhttlpuatlon TurkishopuiatIon
population had made > nn ornnlzedprviration orranlzed orranlzedpreparation oll izpd izpdproJt1
preparation proJt1 ration to ma m massacre < acre the ChrlFtians ChrlFtiansall Chrf tfans tfansall
I all tli members mEmb ° nt being bPln provided with a ai attnifrW anifc
i ttnifrW niforn nifc v J pattern of cudgels as v vis visloflo 1 1OT1f s sdone
done OT1f q t the time of the Armenian maa maaaer maaaT tunaq
q aer a r < in Constantinople Con8t Dtlno IE It Is sup suppose lUpT supP050 ¬
pose T Ol > r that the Manfas Man fall were over overnw overf1
nw f1 pd < i iiy h y the mlllfarv mlU an precautions aw awri atth a ath
ri tth < th IIR 11 i has happened happenedTt
It announced from Gettinje G4 flettunjetflC > ttlnJe M Jion Jiontrnfn n ntrne
trne trnfn jo that the Montenegrin MpnteOf > rln foreign foreignTiinii foreignmin1z orel orelTJlnll
Tiinii r M 1 Vukovitch has startedr started startedfir fltart < d dfI
fir r r OliFtantlnople OliFtantlnopleFrov C JtantlnopleFro
Fro V o Athens comes the news thftt thfttOrek thntGnd thetGrk
Orek government has been ofQciSJ ofQciSJf om omf omcIAlinforwed
inforried inform that the grand vizier hasred has hasred lIured
red an investigation i 11 fltt n Hon of the Krush Krushh
h I itrocitles > and the > punishment of ofllicetJ
1 IBcers couvorncJ C01Hlrn con rnt in them thpmJ
Acting Colornbjan Minister on onthe onthe onthe
the Anxious Seat SeatALL SeatAL SeatS SeatALL
f t
i T7ABHIMGTON 1 7AHINOTON Sept IAnxlou8 IAnxlou8over Anxious Anxiousyy
WAaHUIGTON yy V V over the t reports which have havereached havereached havereached
reached Washington that the del delegates delesates delegates
egates from ruin the department of Panamahave Panama Panamahave I Ihave
have withdrawn from the sessions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Colombian congress at Bogota DrThom Dr DrThomas DrThom8
Thomas Thom Herran the acting minister of ofCoombla ofCoombia
Coombla her he today telegraphed to tothe tothe j I Ithe
the governor of Panama for informa information Information infOrmation ¬
tion on oDthe the subject bject Dr Herran discredited dlllcredited dis diecredited ¬
credited the report as s the advices ad vices from fromhis fromhie fromhis
his government go erameat have given no intima intimation IntImation untuniation ¬
tion of such action The three senators senatorsfrom Senatorsfrom enatoT1ltr
from tr Panama with one exception and andhe andhe andhe
he was bitterly opposed to the treaty treatyand treatyand
and the six members membersof of the house of ofrepresentatives ofreprNentattvu ofrepreeentaUyes I
representatives have assiduously la labored Iab4Yred ¬
bored bmedtor for the ratification r trf the treaty treatyTheir treatyTheir treatyTheir
Their defection at this time Dr Her Herran I Iran Iran
ran realises reall would be a serious blow to tothe tothe tothe
the prospects Fo pec for t r ratification The e one oneIanama I IPanama Iranama
Panama senator who has opposed ed the thetreaty thetreaty
treaty has never lived in Panama al although alt althougjt ¬
t though being < elected to the higher body bodyfrom bod bodrrom bodyfrom I
from that department d The defection defectionof dete < tlon tlonof
of the th Panama delegates it is sug suggested suggested ¬ I
gested here might m t be in the nature of ofa ofa
a protest over the attitude of the op opposition oppoPition opposition I
position to the treaty with the possi possiKibility poaiRlblllty possisibility
Kibility of secession from the national nationalgovernment nadona1govttrnment nationalgovernment
government governmentDr
Dr Herran still clings eU 815to to the hope hopethat hopethat hopethat
that a way will be found whereby the thepresent th thpreaent thepresent
present treaty will be ratified He lays laysmuch laysmuch I Imuch
much stress on the possibility that the thesenate theeenate
i inate
senate nate may agree to a measure to be be8ub hesubsequently j jsubsequently
subsequently 8ub equently passed by the house boWIewhere housewhere I Iwhere
where there is said to be a majority maJorttyfor i I Ifor
for the treaty giving President Marro Marioquin I Iquin
quin authority to negotiate directly an aninstrument 1mInstrument aninstrument
instrument along alon < the lines of the pre present preelt peascut ¬
cut treaty President Marroquin lIarroqulaknown to toknown iiknown
known to be heartily in favor of the thetreaty thetreaty thetreaty
treaty as it now is drawn and if he hewere hewere bewere
were fully authorized to do o so the con co coftdmt confld 1 1fldcnt
fldcnt fld nt belief of of o Dr Herran rran is that the thetreaty thetreaty thetreaty
treaty would be e ratified ratifiedThe ratlnedThe ratifiedThe
The interruption to cable communi communication commnlcation communlcation ¬
cation with Bogota has been b en a source sourceof aoUleeot sourceof
of irritation alike to the state depart department d departmeat part partment ¬
ment and to the Colombian legation legationofficials leptlonofftetaJL iegatlonofficials
officials It has developed d that United UnitedStates Unlt UnltStates UnitedStates
States Minister Beaupre at Bogota Bogotafailed BosotaI Bogotafailed
I failed to receive dispatches sent nt to him himby himI himby
by the state department between July
I 24 and Aug IS At this time when whenthe wbeaI whenthe
I the United States 8ta government is sax aoxlous aDXlous saxions
lous to communicate frequently with withMr withMr
Mr Beaupre Bea UPft this interruption is f par particularly particularly particularly ¬
ticularly annoying and Dr Herran has hasasked h hasked bsasked
I asked the proper officials in Colombia Colombiato Colombto
to investigate te the canae therefor thereforOPPZRED thereforOPnaED thereforQPPZBED
Bffort to Keopiandea K0p Hernandez rnand out of ofPr ofJ ofPrnsi4ptia1
J Prnsi4ptia1 Pr sid 1 Htial tia 1 Contest ContestPanama CoDttPa ContestPanami
Panama Pa 15 JJftJHlt L1enersi General nera1 nera1U Hernaudex Hernaudexspoken aernsaioezW
W w W5pokn
spoken of some nie tin tinpresidential U a apteIII ajdtft ajdtftpree1
pteIII presidential nttal candidate has been bf bfteeed oftbecl bfXemd
teeed an Eufopwra tactetfoa It is saidthe said saidthe laidthe
the government yetnment 1aSOU is anadous saous to send send1him sendblm sendhim
him out of the country and keep him himout himout himout
out of the presidential contest contestBogota contet8osota contestBogota
Bogota advices say a stormy sessionwas session sessionwas seatonwas
was recently held in th the house of rep representatives reprelM representativas ¬
resentatives relM taUve when the scandalous nro
ceedlngs arising arl lng out of the erratic erraticconduct erraticCOBduct erraticconduct
conduct of o General Cobos on July 25nte 25 25came 25canae
came nte up for discussion The represen representative repreaentaUve reprasentatlve ¬
tative for the department of Panama Panamacomplained PanamC Panamacomplained
complained C bitterly that the isthmus isthmuswas lathmubeq Isthmuswas
was being exploited as a colony and andthat mIthat andthat
that all the high officials were appoint appointed ¬
ed from otbec otbe departments Ricardo RlcardoArango OA RicardoAzango
Arango A o being bela the only governor ap appointed appointed appoIn ¬
pointed poIn from the t e Isthmus Isthm since Dee 1885 1885It 1186It l85It
It is believed Ileved here that it was the thefear thefear thefear
fear of a secession movement which whichled whichled whichled
led to the appointment of Senor S lor Obaldin Obal Obaldia ObalcUa
din as governor of Panama with it is issaid isMaid
said power to negotiate on the capal ca caitalquestion capalquestion > al alQtMSton
question questionGeneral questionGeneral
General Sarria who has been been ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed military governor of Panama Panama1s aMatis
1s 1 an n Isthmian at heart having hvi lived livedTenty HTedtfftDty itrednty
tfftDty Tenty nty years in Panama PanamaBIG PanamaIa PanamaBIG
Salvation Army Will WillTry Try ta t Convert ConvertBrsathitt Oonvert1heathltt ConvertBreothltt
Brsathitt County KyJ KyJFUtsburg Xy XyPlUaINr KyPitt
FUtsburg Pitt urg SeDt 6A A deputation of ofnttsburg orPI ofPItabg
nttsburg PI Salvationist under the leader leadership 1eadelor Ieadceship ¬
ship of Staff Cmptain White will leave leaveW leaveWedisssiay
W Wedisssiay 4nwtday for the feud district of Ken Kentucky KeDt Kenticky
tucky t and undertake the work of re reobjective retile retortag
tortag tile feudists feudistsObJedive feudistsI
I objective point will be b Breathitt Breathlttcounty Breathitteo BreathIttcodely
county eo The party will be made up out outtide outidefjfAa outside
tide idefjfAa ala f a few of the officers oftlcersla in the work workin workJa workin
in tMs t city of members of the local localAmy localwbo localry
Amy ry who volunteered > d to give their tint tintto time UIUfIto timeto
to the work and It is likely that by th thtime thotime
time the party Is I ready to start next nextweejt neslwet nextwoe
woe wet there will be quite a formidablearray formidable formidablearray formidablearra
array arra of local workers work en In the party The Thereceptkm Thereception
reception ptWn which w the members of the Army Armywilt ArmyJt Armywill
wilt Jt receive in the counties to t be invaded invadedis In ade41 ade41a
is a matter of grave ve doubt to many In ittterost Interested Inttt ¬
terested terost in D the work but those who ar arto are areto arekg
kg slots to have e no fear of the man manII1ft martsee
II1ft see IJa which tM they will be treated
BKCOM Sept ept CWlth I Ith reference to the theeixJrt there therepot
re repot eixJrt that Cardfiai Cftld Koran of Sydney SydneyN
N 8 8 W has befcn be offered the post of ofpapal ofpapa ofpapal
papal papa secretary of state it can be said ilaldthat saidthat saidthat
that Plus X has taken no decision deel too re reicarding N NlanUa regaiding
icarding the appointment of a state sec secretary Meretary seeA
retary retaryA
A cardinal who is on the best termswith terms termsI
I with wlt the th pontiff having been one of his hiswanftest hIswiest
1 wanftest electors said today to th the Asso Associated II8Iatfd Assoelated ¬
elated Preas correspondent correspondentTHe OrTtSpondentTtfe
THe holy b4I father desires to become mas master master mastel ¬
ter of the tit t he whole mechanism of the vat vatlean vatKan vatIvan
lean before appointing a secretary of ofstate oftate ofstatO
state Meanwhile all officials employed employedby employ employby
by Pope I Leo eo XIII have > be beeb fo > retained retainedas
as none better than they could 1cI help the thenew tit titnew thenew
new pontiff in carrying out his purpose purposoThe purpostTu purposeThe
The n MW w secretary of state will gradually graduallyreplace padually1e gaduaUyreplace
replace 1e ce th tho m xr n But their removal will not noti notJE notbo
i lie JE a iPUJI1SbrD pWitsbment Untshment nt On the be contrary theywifl they theywffi theywtn
wffi be rewarded for their services lI nIC4III J JproiswUon D Di j jPro
i proiswUon p Pro ori The new newaeeretay secretary secr tay of sun sIdle
will choose men entirely trusted tru ted by him htmand himand himand
and who will be capable of collaborating collaboratingwith
with him in th tIM new direction of the Vat Vaticans vatlcans vatleans ¬
leans policy iy The Tb new secretary how howBost howfrer however
ever I abIio Bost t lsute sure to be an Italian as asn asthat
that has hem n the tAetradJtl tradition ll for centuries centuriesXoran
I CaQllMl > Moran on notwithstanding his hisr hisablM7 hisaMy
aMy r his liberal turn of Und and his bisexact hisexact hisexct
exact acquaiptanve with modern ocIem proo proolems prooJems proolems
lems has no more chance than 11 any other otherforeigner otherforEIgner > r
foreigner This Is I why Mgr Merry del delVal delVa dclYal
Val whohas who ho Jtu sften been o sen spoken en of forthe for forthe
the position po ttlon is tmlikely ikelY t tft be chosen he hebeing hebeing
being C a Spaniard Besides Besld his b l appoint appointment 4ppountmerit ¬
merit even if made after bejng appointed appointedcardinal qpointedaMlnat appointedcardinal
cardinal < might be considered con as 8 an of offense oftfntM offense ¬
fense to the sacred 8acr college > as it would wouldimply wouldthat wouldImply
imply that among atnon its present pr < sfnt members membersthere membfotlthefthI membersthere
thefthI there is none worthy to b occupy O cupy the post position poatUon posttion ¬
tion tionBiehop Bishop Hendrlck of Cebu P I and andHendrick andtgr
tgr Hendrick the bishops brother left leftthis leftthis
this morning rn for Venice
Washington Wa ld ltOa Sept t 6A A telegram to toSecretary toSecretary toSecretary
Secretary Hitchcock from United States StatesDistrict 8tateDistrict StatesDistrict
District Attorney Horace Speed of ofOklahoma orOk1lboma ofOklahoma
Oklahoma says ys the United States grand grandJury grandjury of1 of1Jur
Jury Jur has found three Indictments Indictmentsagainst Indictmentsagainst indictmentsagainst
against Contractor Stokes and thre threcounty throunty thretcounty
county commissioners for Kiowa coun coUflty county county ¬
ty for making false vouchers and false falsecertificates falBcertUlcat falsecertUlcates
certificates for the tJM1NrpOM purpose of defraud defraudi defraudInS
i InS Qw government in connection with withthe withI withthe
the building butldl of bridges > lI Stokes Is 1 un under under Under ¬
der arrest and dd his bond has been fixed fixedat ftxedat fixedat
I at 4500 The three Indicted county countycommissioners couDtvcommissioners countycommissioners
commissioners it is said have tied the th thoI
c n
Gee I wightthe circus d hurry up and come Im tejfrJbis h nfry nfrythree r Weve taen bBe waii waiig g nearly nearlyChicago nerlythree nearlythree
three hours and ittilbo itll be sure to come ma if we go home ome for r hf nsflrTarrt R cJdap Chicago Tribune 1
Baltimore Ghio Train Goes 128 128Miles 128MHes 128MItes
Miles in 125 Minutes M1nutesHo M1nutesHoStops MinutesF4oStops Ho HoStops
Stops Made MadeChicago MadeCWcqo MadeChicago
Chicago Sept Sept IA A new wor worlCls ds rec record rec0Id record ¬
ord for er long < distance cUatan cUatannpde running wae waemade wsanade
made npde by a passenger pauencir train on onBDtinor ft the theBaitintore theBaltbno
Baitintore Ohio railroad early this thismorniag thismorning thismorni
morning morni A stretch of 128 miles was wascoveted wascove W5eoyeed
cove coveted in US 1 minutes 3o N 0 stops were weremade wereJ wereaide
made J a44t4 The dtotaace e traversed is be between be betweeR betweeli ¬
tween Chlcag Junction JpcP n4fop A 0t 0 and d Oar Oarru Grbe Oarsevene
ru a speed Pf Pfwe Ofp
p be we wespeed w wcl
speed at t seventy no seventy seventymiles sevene sevenemiles e I ImlJea
miles an hour fere frequent reC ent The train trainwas traltIU trainwas
was U made m ms4 6 up of fiv five cars c rs and was waspulled waspulled I Ipulled
pulled by locomotive ii o 1440 14 in charge chargeof char charof
of Engineer William unton > The lo locomotive locomotlve ¬
comotlve is wof of the t new Atlantic type typeweighing typeweighing typeweighing
weighing 1770W pounds Jt t is the most mostpowerful mOtltpowertu1 mostpowerful
powerful atyle in service on the Bal Baltimore Balttmore Baltimore ¬
timore I Ohio Ohl railroad Anextra An extra large largewater lar larwater largewater
water tank helped In m this performance performancesaving performanclaving performancehaving
saving stops 8tO for water From Garrett Oarrettinto GarrettInto Garrettinto
into Chicago f another locomotive of the thesame thesame thesame
same type took the train On this run runa
a speed of seventysix miles an hour hourwas hourwas hourwas
was reached The performance be between beween beween ¬
tween ween Chicago ChlC o Junctkm JunC Juncupn D and Garrett Garrettcould Garrettcould Garrettcould
could have been duplicated dtl > l ated had not th thtrain Uf Uftrain thetrain
train been blocked bl by a train ahead aheadThis aheadTh18 aheadThis
This compelled slowing 1d wIOS down several severaltimes everalUms severaltimes
times The distance of 131 miles be between be between between ¬
tween Garrett Ind and South Chi Cliicago Chicago Chicago ¬
cago was however covered In 153 min minutes minutes mliiutes ¬
utes making the WJolerun whole run un of 369 miles milesin
in 278 minutes
Editor Fern F ni Wants Waats the Italian Ita1 n Navy NavyInvestigated Navyr1tTtigat NavyInvestigated
Investigated InvestigatedRome d dRome
Rome Sept pt iLDeput Deputy Fern Fer the editor7 editor7of edttO edttOof
of the socialist paper paperAvarii Avanl who wo was wasacquitted wuacquitted warnacquitted
acquitted Sept 2 of the tb charge eh rge of libel libeling libelin libelhg ¬
ing in the navy DavY brought against him by bythirtyOva bythirtrfIvo
thirtyOva officers on the th ground round that thatthe thatbe thatthe
1 the latter could not represent reprtllMnt the whole wholenavy wbolenavy wholenavy
navy has filed fO an interpellation to be bemade beI
1 made onthe reopening of the chamber chamberinsisting cham chaminat chamberInsisting
insisting inat tlq again In on a parliamentary parUa tary In lhqulry Inquiry iiiquiry ¬
quiry Into the condition of the navy from fromthe fromI fromthe
the time ofth of t tit battle of LUrsa Ll lla in OCt UK6in OCtIn lh lhIn I
I in which the Italian halta were defeated defeat by bythe bythe bythe
the Austrian A until the present time It Itwas ItWall Itwas
was en me the occasion n af f a previous at attempt attempt ¬
tempt to obtain a parliamentary inquiry inquirythat Inquirythat Inquirythat
I that Signor Ferri made his attacks on the thenavy thenavy thenavy
navy which led tp the suit for libel being beingbrought beingbroucbt beingbroogtit
brought agalm him It to believed how however bQWI hqwever ¬
ever that before the th reopening r ng of the thechamber thecbamlwr thePremier
I chamber Premier SananieUi will appoint appointa
a committee Dmlt < of naval aces investigation lnveaU aUna MM asI he hepromised bepromised
I I promised when wh the proposition for an in inquiry in inI inI ¬
I quiry was proyfcwwly pro leUty rejected by the thechambers tilechamberS thechambers
country unt1T This action has 8 been taken takenat
at the Instance Iut nce of Secretary Hitchcocfk Hitchcocfkas k ka
as a the result of an investigation Insti Instituted instituted Instlhated ¬
tuted by him several months ago agowhich agotich agowhich
which tich revealed the fact that gross grossfrauds grOllSfrauds grossfrauds
frauds had been practiced pra < tlctd in Oklahoma Oklahomain
in connection with contracts for forbridges forbrl4ce forbridges
bridges roads and buildings bulldl 8 in the thei thethree
i three counties opened open for settlement settlementtwo t tlemen t tI
I two years ago Secretary Hitchcock Hitchcockhefd Hitcbcocki Hitchcockheld
i held up all bills until he could have an aninvestigation anIinvestigatlou aninvestigation
investigation made and an d the present in indictments Indictments Indietmenta ¬
Iinvestigatlou dictments are the result Other ar arrests 1rellts arrests ¬
rests are expected to follow
Mrs Griffith Griffi h in i a Los ji Jjtagi Aees i es s HospitaISuffering Hospital Suffering Frbm the Eff Effects Effectsof Eflct Eflctof cts ctsof
of a Pistol Pistolr Pistoldnd J otmJ tfdand and Jump From Wigdow1 Wigdow1Shqt WigdowLShqFFired WigdowShtFired
Shqt ShqFFired Fired by y Her Husband >
J j
r OS O AN0BLJBS CaL CaLI t 10010 10010IIeI IColoL
LOG L I net ° OriMth th J GrU GrUahie G GEIMtt a million mUllonate
0 ahie ate resident rw t of t tmember ts city 1LDd 1 1Gf ameagt
member meagt of the beard o oj ol oli oirk
j ai aIeiwr n ra i haa s been beenv v hted to tojao 8 ao the theet thee
et e W2 tuitini4i tuitini4imurder UaiC n 1fIte With Withm
murder m UiM UiMJl in inAbat
Jl Jla
a = jao Abat Abatcompound t c wen wencompound iR M ra racompouJld
compound fracture bf the sfcejulder sfcejulderblade shulderblade ldet ldetbla
blade bla She was shot last Thwasday ThwasdayeveiSng ThwatdaYI ThsrsdaycyclIng
I cyclIng evelng in her roonrat room at a Santa Monica Monicahotel Mo Mopicabote loa loahot
hotel hot 1 where she wih with her husband husblu1dan1 husblu1dan115yearold and and15yearold anti15yearold
15yearold son had been spending the thesummer thesummer
summer In her statement to the tb dis district district distrlct ¬ I
trict attorney Mrs Griffith said her herhusband herhuabtud i
husband llPd shot her after forcing her to toanswer toanswer I
answer answ at the pistol point some irra leratIona irrational I Itfonal
tional questions as to her faithfulness faithfulnessand
and knowledge of any attempt to poi poison poison potson ¬
son him hi When he shot she wag wa on onMOREGANAL onMO OnMORE
Colombian Senate Has Appointed Appointeda
a Commission to Prepare Preparea
I a aBut Bill
Bogota DogOtaCo Bogota4oIeiibIa okrtnbia bIa Tuesday clay Sept 1 1Th 1The
Th T The senate nat has appointed a commis commission oommtssloit mlsI mlsI810ft ¬
sion to to prepare a bill authqrixlnir aut the thegovernment thegovernment I Iovemment
government ovemment to negotiate a canal treaty treatyWithout treatywithout treatytithout
Without violating the constitution but butthe butthe t i
the government has not not presented to tocongress tocongress
congress a message which is f fasking necessary necessaryasking neeessryasking t
asking for reforms in the constitution constitutionto eon tltutJon tltutJonto
to meet the wishes of the United UnitedStates UBltI UnitedStates
States regarding tribunals the sovereign saver IOverelp savereign ¬
eign control of the canal strip and the thehundredyear tbehundredyear thehundredyear
hundredyear lease The general feel feeling feellug ¬
lug is favorable to a new treaty Senor Se Senor Stnor ¬
nor Macara the actual president of ofthe ofthe I i
the senate nate expresses ae his admiration admirationfor aclmtNtlofor
for the noble and sincere policy pursued pursuedby j jby
by the United States Stat and hopes that l hatthe dhatthe thatthe
the canal will be opened by them He Hesays Hesap Hesays
says he regrets that t he was obliged to tooppose tooppose tooppose
oppose the HayHerran t treaty y asbe asbeing U beI be being ¬
ing a violation of the laws and the con constitution CORBtttutton conatitutlon ¬
stitution but he will work strongly for fora I Ia
a canal treaty satisfactory to both bothcountries bothcountrl bothcouutria
countries Senor Abaldia Abaldiawbe who has de decided decided docided ¬
cided to support the canal treaty treatybeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been appointed governor of Sancuna Sancunafie Ea EaHe anania ananiaHe
He will leave for his post tomorrow tomorrowROOSEVELT tomollOWROOSEVELT tomozeowROOSEVELT
President P esident Wilt Deliver a Labor LborDay L LaborDay bor borDay
Day Address and Open OpenState OpelState OpenState <
State Fair FairOyster FaitOy FairOyster
Oyster Oy ter Bay I L L L Sept 1Prsaeflt 1PrsaefltRaneevelt President PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt Rooeeteft left at 9 oclock for Syracuse SyracuseN 8yracuI
I N Y wnere where toworrow he will open for formally forI formaliy ¬
I many the New fork state f fair Or aifd 4 4I de deliver doliver ¬
liver a Labor day dB address addressShortly afdrell8Shortly addressShortly
I Shortly before tore 9 I oclock the president presidentarrived P81dentarrived presidentarrived
arrived at the station in one of his hl own owncarriages Qwnrarriagefl owncarriages
carriages from fro Sagamore Sa amort Hill A goodly goodlycrowl pIOdlyTOw1 goodlycrowI
crowl of townspeople bad assembled at atthe atthe atthe
the station to s see him depart and Wish Wtehhim Wishhim lth lthhtm
him a successful Journe fl He Bewa BewahefrOO was wascheered wascheered
cheered as he passed along the station stationplatform ut1onplaUonn sUonplatform
platform and liT response pQnse he te lifted his hisbat b bbat binhat
bat greeting two or three t ef his ac acquaintances acqualntanees Scqunintances ¬
quaintances cordiallyThe cordially cordiallyThe cordiallyTbe
The train on which he traveled trayel to Long LongIsland LongIsland ong ongIsland
Island City was a Long Lon Island railroad railroadspecial raltroad1lpe railroadspecial
special 1lpe lal consisting of two t cars President PresidentBaldwins PresideatBaldwiD1I PresidentBakiwlas
Baldwins private car and p a comWnaUoa comWnaUoacar
car carThe The president was accompanied bySec bySecretary brv See Seeretary Seerotary
retary Loeb several members of the dJie ex executive executive enecutive ¬
ecutive force representatives of of4ff of4fflatloDtt O4 4J e pressassociations press pressassociations
associations latloDtt and four secret officers AtRichmond At AtRichmond AtRichmond
Richmond Hill Jacob A Run RI Joined the thepresident tbeI thepresident
president to accompany him on the trip tripHe tripHe tripHe
He will arrlye at Syracuse at 930 tomor tomorrow tomorrow tQmorrow ¬
I row morningPresident morning morningEpiscopal morningPresldenf
President jOOflvell iooFveit pacsd tg d douftctly dar daroulotly
ouftctly He at attended nded services atCbsUt at Cli CliEpiscopal
Episcopal church this morning momift being 4g 4gcompanled 4e 4ecomp e ecompan
I compan comp companled nl d by Mrs Boose osevelt veil and two of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the children childrenJames cht1 childrenJames ren I
James R Garflelu of Wa Waahinrton htmrton corn oommi C cornmiioner m mmiIlonfr
mi miIlonfr lon r of corporation of th tho depart departmnt d deartmnt rt rti
i mnt mf > nf of comm commerce rcp and labor at > fr was a guest guestof guestof
I of the > president at lnnfh 1nivhn 1nivhnon < n nOn nUn
On his ht way from LOHK Lon Islund ffv CH 4ty to toOyster toOlIter toOyster
Oyster Bay Ba after a < fOr his return from Svra Svracuse SvraUllt 5vraruse
ruse on Tuesday morning mornl Pr PTtte1 President PresidentRoosevelt Bldnt BldntRoosevelt < Jnt JntROOtvelt
Roosevelt will w < H 1tP top at Richmond Hill Hillwhere Hitlwhtr Hillwhere
where he will deliver nn address add frf f fm nm > m he heplatform heplatfopm heplatform
platform of the car A big < kfnonstTOtTfln kfnonstTOtTflnis o t1tn t1tnt
is t being bein arranged by h lv the residents t thOJ > n nhonor ahonor
honor hOJ ol of tbe president
her knees She jumped 1p i wS ran to toa toa toa
a window out of whtefe wh she jumped jumpedfalling jumpedtaUing jumpedfalling
falling on a roof root1llOlDe some fourteen feet feetbelow feetbelow feetbeio
below beio fracturing her shoulder r blade bladeMrs bladeMn bladeMrs I
Mrs Griffith Grl th wanted a charge of in insanity InanJty liisanity ¬ I
sanity preferred against aga1 her husband husbandColonel husbandColonel 1d 1dColonel
Colonel Griffith insists that his wile wftewas wffew wileWa
Wa was w wounded accidentally ace l en He wjr wjrbenduvr wpDd Wa WabendinE
benduvr Dd over oVwa ov a trunk aCcording rdi to tosQty f I Ist u uIQQ
st IQQ nr when ettIeKrd 1 neerd the report reporter of th threvioivef thP thPre thPrevolver
revolver re her anA as turned to t see MrtC Mi1 Grfflth Grfflthfall Grmthtall Grilithfall
fall to the floor The weapon he says sayswas SIQBone saynwas
was one of his own which Mrs Griffith Griffithcame Grlfftthcatlte Gritibiltcame
came across in gathering gather together togethertheir togetherthefr
their effects etre ts for packing How It was wasdischarged WB6discharged wasdischarged
discharged Colonel Col nel Griffith does not notknow notknow
know as he asserts that his back was wasturned wasturned
turned He denied delled that there was any anypossible an anypossible
possible cause for a quarrel between betweenhimself betweenhlml betweenhimself
himself and nd Mrs Griffith and declarethat declare dec decthat decresthat
that reports of his having ba vln fired red the shot shotare shotare shotare
are absolutely a utely unfounded unfoundedCRUSHEDTO unfoundedGRU5lhEDTO unfoundedRUSUEDTO
+ JUos s Angeles 1eiI Cal at Sept 6 6Mike 4 4Mike < V Vf
+ f Mike Jessey John Cranz and andf andSabia + 4Sabla
+ f Sabln three laborers were sud sudf suddenly anddenly +
+ f denly crushed to death bythe cav cavf cavIDg +
4 f lag In of a sixteenfoot slxteenCootb bank at atevatlon 4 4the + 4 4b
+ the b excavation for the site of a aneJ 4 f
4 new hotel on Sixth and San Joa +
4 quln streets The men were bur burf burled +
4 f led alive under tons of earth eartltJ + f
4 4 John J hn Bunch B nch another laborer laborerf Iaborerworking +
4 f working in the trench saw the theslWe theatWe +
4 slide of earth and barely es eseaped + f 4caped feaped
+ eaped His legs were caught by bythe + f ff
4 f the caveIn but he h was pulled p lled out outwltJi +
4 4 wits slight injuries injuriesTOWN InjurleTOWN +
+ + + 44 + + + InjurleT + + + T + + + + + + + +
+ 44 + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + 4 4TOWN
+ +
4 + Cha Cha1 Chibeiy beri I1 rance 1ce 3e at > t t I IThe IThe11la3e The +
4 yjllag of Lablse e was destroyed destroyedb + t
4 by b fire on Saturday Afternoon flernoonThree + t
4 Three women were severely eftrelyhrn6tL severelyburn4 +
+ hrn6tL burn4 I +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
tIttH tt n i QO IA S A 1II tobunr Coal COIDDanh coinnanhe les will then control
secure e bends oa a new railway from fromColumbus fromColumbUtl fromColumbus
Columbus Oto 0 to Maysville lIa > evtUe Ky to con connect connoeL ¬
noeL east st and west trunk lines in the tbenorth thenortla thenorth
north with the Cheasapeake ake A Ohio the theIioulsville tbehctulle theboulseille
Iioulsville C Nashvilleand Nashville and other south southern soetbrn soothem ¬
ern em lines 11n was recorded yesterday and andtoday andtoday andtoday
today it is announced that this new line linewin BnewiD linewfl
win also aiaoxtend extend ninety miles from May MaysrUle Mayvttle XaItJ XaItJvtae
rUle Ky through Jackson Pike Floyd Floydto FloydanIn Floydand
and anIn Mariln counties In Kentucky so as asto asto
to form an outlet to the coal fields on the tbewest thewett thewest
west side of Big B Sandy river riverThe riverI riverThe
The Great Northern Coal ft Coke com compsity 00tDY essoppy
I psity Y recently organised orDnbed with a capitali capitalisation capftaUsatton capitalisation ¬
sation of JM000W 11000 owns fi IN000 om acres of ofcoal orcoalland ofcoal
coal coalland lands In that region re and Is said to be bepromoting bepomottng bepromoting
promoting the new ne ailway It i Is pro proposed proposed ¬ t tposed
posed to ship this coal cosiby < osl by rail as wen as asdown asdown
down the t he Big Sandy and Ohio rivers tfVenhas as ashas ashas I
has been done d nc for years It la said hat thattbe Statthe hattbe
tbe Great Northern Coal and the Flits
Met on a Curve CurveThe CUrYeThe CurveThe
The caRirom car from Nashua carrying fifty flftyfour nttyfour fiftyfour
four passengers for Cannobie lake asummer a asummer asummer
summer resort approached the curve curvea
a quarter of a mile west of Pelham PelhamCenter PeJhamJlter PeihaniSenior
Center Jlter at terrific speed peeclaeeentuated accentuated by bya bya bya
a down grade The cars ca met on acurve a acurve acurve
curve neither motorman seeing the theapproaching theapplOM theapproaching
approaching ing car until too late to avoid avoida
a colMekm lDn Neither was there time for forithe forltbe forthe
the passengers nplS to escape e by Jumping Jumpingwhen jUlftplnw jumpingw1401t <
when w ft the ears cam together with a afrce aterce aforCe
forCe that threw tile westbound car cardirectly carlrectly cardirectly
directly upon the forward part of the theother theother theother
other crushing ClU hlrtg the top of the cap capdown cars carsdown I Idon
down upon the passengers and pinion pinioning pinionIng pinionlug ¬
ing those occupying the first three threeseats threeseats
seats in the wreckage wreckagePersons wreckagePersons
Persons who witnessed ed the collision collisionstated coUJlIionstded colljsioustated I
stated aftvward that it came clPe so mien unexpectedly mienpectedly ex expecteclly ¬
pectedly 1 hat It seemed some minutes minutesbefore 1I DUtetibefore Inuteo Inuteobefore
before the passengers r realised what whathad wlaatbad whathad
had happened All were wwent sDent and nd d the theimseaiitetirs theJDIiIIe thepseaaB
imseaiitetirs made no owterr appearing appearingBased NtNartnaeecr prtng5ed
Based BY the shock shockWork shockWork hockWork
Work ef efNear ofNear Besctte BesctteNear
Near the accident were a number of ofcampers orc ofcampers
campers c mpers who at once rushed to the thescene thecene thescene
scene With crowbars and other in instruments Intr1ment Intruments ¬
struments the wrecked roofs of the theejura thewere ther
> < ejura r were pried up and nd d the imprisoned imprisonedpassengers ImpedJMlMEngers Imp ImppaMengers
passengers releasedNot released releasedNot A ANot
Not one of the passengers on the thetwo thtwo thetwo
two cars escaped Injury of some sort sortalthough sortalthougk sortalthough
although a number were were not seriously seriouslyhurt erloualyhurt seriouslyhurt
I Iby
Mortal Coil of of Lee Smith TJnwbjmd TJnwbjmdby Unw nd inttby
by Marshal Gray GrayMiddlesboro GrayMlddleshoro GT GTMiddlesboro
Middlesboro Ky Sept tMarshal tMarshalGray Marshal MarshalGray larsbaI larsbaIGray
Gray shot and killed Lee Smith at atNicholsons ati atNicholsons
i Nicholsons jnlnes late last night nl < ht Smith Smithwas SmltlaI Smithwas
was from Bell county countyad and known as a adesperado aeeperado adesperado
I desperado Be had picked a a quarrel quarrelwith quarrelwith quarrelwith
with Gray and later stabbed bbH James JamesLooney JamesLooney JamesLooney
Looney TUen Gray Gra came to Looneys Looneysrescue Looneyrcue Looneysrocue
rescue and shot Smith Gray thea thenfled theafted theafled
fled to the mountains mountainsCOWARDLY n1OuntalnsII nuntahnsCOWARDLY
Attempt to Assassinate As as mate Mayor Xayorf XayorfTullOOla MayorSefTuocola ef efTuseola
Tuseola Ill 111Tuscola llTuseola IllTuseola
Tuscola Tuseola His ru Sept C ITwo Two men me at attem attewted t ttefBpted
tem tefBpted ltd toassassinate to 88Inate Mayor Charles L LMcMast LMclWtel LMeMSaters
McMast MclWtel ni last night as he was rss enter entering eaterlaid enterlag ¬
lag hid hi tarn 1 am to put up his horse e after aftera
a drive The men were concealed in the thebarn tbe1Ntrn thebrn
barn and attacked a Jted Mayor McMasten McMastenwith Mc Mcwith Mchiastarswith
with paving brioM 1 felling f feIlIn lI him twice with withoiows wtthi withiiows
oiows i on the hcn if One blow oh > w was struck struckrom struvkrom strucktrout
trout rom behind Th mayor fought off the theaxfeiilants thea theassoilauta
axfeiilants a lllant ant nt t t tjMy y fled The mayor be belivts 1M 1Mi believis
livts i Vt he rwcojotlsetl NCO aed the men as friends friendsof
of f two women ne e had ha arrested yesterday yesterdayNo
No o arrests have been made
the th coal trade from Pennsylvania Fee Ia and all allstates allstates
states along slon lon the Ofcftf OVid < river to New Or Orleans Orleans Orleans ¬
leans Large elevators and tipples are areto areto areto
to be erectedat Maysville for transferring transferringcoal bauf rr1ng rr1ngoal
coal into barges for the trade along the theOhio theOhio theOhio
Ohio and the Mississippi ppl Valleys The TheGreat TbpGreat TheGreat
Great Northern will have ita land and andrailway andrail andrailway
rail railway headquarter In New York its itsshipping itllshlppin ItsshIpping
shipping headquarter at Maysville andit and andlts andIta
lts it elltDa selling headquarter at Cincinnati CincinnatiTfc ClnclDnatitemOllUJ CincinnatiThe
Tfc The temporary organisation O on of the theGreat tbeGNIIt theGret
Great loruera Coal A Q bks > k company In Ineludes indudes ineludes
eludes 1 N Camden an and Sprigg Camden Camdenof
of Parkersburg P U 1 Nunberley of ofSharon ofSIaaron ofShalon
Sharon Pa F A A IMnfey aDd an Robert RobertNoation RobertNoaJoa RobertNomiort
Noation of Chkagoc George C Howe ot otDttluth otDuluth otDuluth
Duluth J Je 7 C Mays of Palntsville Ky Kyand Kyand Kyand
and members I of an eastern ea rn t yndicate ttyndicatewhose ryndicatewhose yndicatewho
who whose e name na are not make known knownIt
< It is I said7tfcat said lei tlaat at with connections at atColombua atCo1ombO atColounbas
Colombua Co1ombO O this t lI combination intends intendsalso Intendllalso Intendsalso I
also to enterthe enter en r the lake coal trade
Cripple Crl e Creek Colo Cob Sept t Lfufect Lfufectprevailed tPerfectqii perfect perfectattfet
attfet qii prevailed in the district today todayA I I
f A AlllflDbeI n mber of persons visited the camp campof campI campof
of tie troops but except In a few fewcases fewcses I Iwere
I cases were not allowed to penetrate penetratetnrtft penetrateni j jthe
tnrtft ni the lines Several of the militia militiamen nilitiamen ¬ I IJBeD
men were given t n leave Iea ve of absence and andvalkett andwalked
walked around ar U11d the streets of the city cityunmoleafed clt cltunzn01 citYunlUOleIkd I
unmoleafed unzn01 Some dfnculty was ex experiencedhowever f fJerienced CXerlenced ¬
periencedhowever Jerienced however in getting served servedat I Iat
at the restaurants restaurantsAt i iAt
executivecornrnfrttee executive executivecommittee 1 1c
At noon today the entire
committee c mmlttfe of the Mine Owners asso assoelation agSOelation assoelation
elation visited vl lt d the headquarters of Ad Adjutant I Ijtant I
1 jutant General Bell and held a con conIference conterence
terence Brigadier General Chase was wasalso W8Jalso wasalso
also in attendance The subject of the thelconference the1Oftference theeonference
I lconference 1Oftference was not made public but it itIs its Itis
Is generally believed that it had referw refer
+ t
FourLive Four Lives Blotted Out in New NewHampshire NewH1mpshlrfl NewHampshire
H1mpshlrflt HampshireMANY Hampshire HampshireflANY H1mpshlrflMANY
f t
4 1 1OBJ 5 5OBBB8
4 4flELEAM
rELHAX flELEAM N H Sept 1It1uoaIP 1It1uoaIPheado Through a aH ar
r P H headon collision today two elec electric electric dcctric ¬
tric cant each running Nm it is said saidat aidat saidat
at a rate of more than 20 mites an anbour anhour anhour
hour four persons peT were killed and nine nineteen bteteen nineteen ¬
teen were so seriously Injured that thatthey tttey thatthey
they are under physicians care and andseveral a aBeVeral andseveral
several at these are expected to die dieAs 41 41As dieAs
As there w re seventy passengers on onth OGth onth
th two cars many manyotJaers others received cuts cutsand eatsand cutsand
and minor wounds which did not pre preveDt peevent i ivent
vent their going to their homes hom The Theaccident Theaccident Theaccident
accident occurred on the line whfeH whfeHruns w whl9truns tr trrun
runs through this town between tweea Lowell Lowelland Lowenand Lowelland
and Nashua and one of the cars which whichwas wblcheoaainlr whichwag
was coming from froUte the latter city eI eit was wasnearly waaDed wasnesyty
nearly filled with people on their way wayto wayto wayto
to a ttmmer JDoeI resort resortThe n ortThe rasOCLThe
The collision was due according to tothe tothe tothe
the officials of the road to a misunder misunderstanding mlsun4ertrtandla misunderstanding ¬
trtandla standing of the starters orders by the themotorman themotorman theinotorman
motorman of the car bound for forNashua forNa forNashua
Nashua Na bua The car starter endeavored l to torectify torectify
rectify the mistake e by shutting off the thepower thepow thepower
power pow r and a trying tryln to recall the Nashua Nashuabound Na Nashuabound huabound
bound car but it failed failedThe tailedThe faUo faUoThe
The accident occurred occnrrodon X IOn P a curve on oneither Ofteauer onpitbet
either side of which were wereIsag ton stretches stretchesof bei beiOf
of straight track trackThe trackCAe
CAe TheDsa4 TheDsa4The DeAC DeACThe
The dead as reported up to M oclock oelocktonight oclocktonight oclecJttonlpt
tonight are areCharles areCbarles areCharles
Charles H Gilbert 50 years Nashua NashuaGabriel N NG NashuaGabriel
Gabriel G brfeJ Collett 2S years Nashua NashuaGeorge Nash NashGeoKe NashUaGeorge
George C Andrews M years yelU1lmuter post postmaster pontmaster ¬
master Hudson N H HSamuel KSamuel 1 1Samuel
Samuel Mays ya motormmn on the theNashua theNuhua theNashua
Nashua car Hudson HudsonAs HudsonAs
As the accident took nlaee at some somedistance MIIftedistance somedistance
distance from any large city dtythe the in injured InJured Inlured ¬
jured were distributed among uiw the hospitals hoe hopltal hoep1mb ¬
pitals of LowelL LoweflPhe LowelLThe LoweUThe
The accident occurred on the Hudson HudsonPelham XonPelham KudsonPeiham
Pelham and Salem division of the New NewHampshire NewHampllblre NewHampshire
Hampshire Traction companys electric electricraDway electricrallway
ence ce to the opening of the mines for forwork fo forwork
work It is believed that an attempt attemptwin attemptwtn attemptwin
win be made to renew operations next nextTuesday nextTuesday I ITuesday
Tuesday TuesdayOn
On the arrival of cavalry troop D Dnumbering Dnamherng
numbering thirtyseven from Meeker Meekerat
at an early a hour this morning the theroster theroster
roster of the camp shows something somethingover sometbfngoverS80
over overS80 COO men m non on duty The Meeker Meekertroop Meekertroop Meekertroop
troop is composed compOlldentirely entirely of cow cowboys cowI cowA
I boys boysA
I A meeting of the trades assembly assemblywas
I was called < fortonight for tonight It is stated statedthat statedI statedthat
that restaurant employes will be or ordered ordered ordered ¬
I dered to refuse rt use to nerve soldtem soldtemAn oJcUenI
An open air mass meeting attended attendedby
I by several hundred persons was held heldthis heldthis heldthis
this afternoon at which resolutions resolutionsprotesting reisolutionsproteatJq resolutionsprotethng
I protesting against the presence pre of oftroops oftroops oftroops
troops in the camp were adoptedi adopted adoptedI
Secret S e ret Treaty RiceiUy Rlceatt Exawrf ExawrfWith Exet ExetWith XeGlS1tt f fWith
With Russii Ru5saKOREA RussiiKOREA
+ l1I l1IKOREA
I t
POw POWD Oii IJ1Ia IiE 1 D DTHE iit iiTE3
+ t
r > OK3O Aug < 23 vl via Victoria VIet B > O OI QSept OsI
T I I Sept aAJMCIaI 6A A special from fromtodaytatee Peftfct Peftfcttoday Pek Pektoday
today todaytatee states that the ur muchmooted muchmootedsecret JDuch JDucheecret mucitsasotidSecret
secret convention between eD China CII18ana and andRissla nil nilRussia
Russia has ha been executed e d but buttNa buttNat this thisnot th thnot
not t officially confirmed eoudrmedThe confirmedThe COD4rmecLbe
The be Peking correspondent of tin tinJQt tIiaJ1j1 theJi
JQt Ji wires that concerning the theof opening anesdAgof
of Manchuria the United States min minister mba mbaJeter mlntoter ¬
ister Mr r Conger has lI made a strongargument strong 1ItreaCI1rIIMDt streligargument
argument to which Prince Chins CIa hjap hjapreplied Wreplied i1replied
replied in a note The princes prlnee8re mes message iue iuesage ¬
sage says y that if China assents to totM totMopenlq totheopening the theopening
opening at this time Russia win wRlthat make makethat ipakethat
that action a pretext to completetb completetbevacuation oomPet tJ eevacuatton theevacuation
evacuation by Oct 10 the third tblrdture staid staggthe staidthe
the signature ture of the new commercial commercialtreaty comat commssstltreaty
t treaty ty which stipulates the opening openingwill opea opeawfll openhulwill
will be postponed nutS that date The TMecorrespondent TIiecorresponCent Thecorrespon4ent
correspondent adds that the Japanese Japaneseminister JaplUleMminister JapaneseminIster
minister has auwwreeelved al a aanswer sJmilltf shullafanswer sJmilltfanswer
answer from Prince Prtn e Ching ChingThe CIIIneThe ChhigThe
The Peking foreign office is 1what som somwhat somO somOwhat
what perturbed by the news that Ad Admiral Ad Admira1 Almlrl
miral Alexeieff < has been appointed appointedviceroy appolDte4tvl ppobit6dvleOoy
viceroy vl of far eastern Russian tejnnV tejnnVlory 1eJdtory terrhtory
tory including Manchuria ManchuriaThe ManchuriaThe > i iThe
The Ashis tlhl Peking correspondej con correepondetelegraphs MJlDD MJlDDteleJrrapha
telegraphs that Admiral Alexletf Aleglethastening A lZ j
hastening to Vladivostock on oaursent son sonurgent io iourgent
urgent strategic business businessJECae bneaSupreme businessBam
Bam Supreme PowerThe Power PowerThe PowerThepow
The Thepow power power r which the th czar has hasSigned has8Icned baasigned
Signed to Admiral AlexieflXls AIex1eft Is M Mpreme ispreme I Ipreme
preme that he not only is the coot cotnmander COllI COllImander cootmander
mander In chief of the army and navy navyin Danin
in the far east but also hat the right rightto
to direct the ministers in Tokio TokioPeJdDa a aPeking and andPelting
Peking up to a certain certainRUMJa degjee dee Fn FnRussia Francs FrancsRussia
Russia and Belgium have urged urgedprolongation the tllip theprolongation
prolongation p tlon of the term of prohibit prohibitIng proldtittIDg prohibitlag
lag the import of arms into China hwtheir hw battIIelr hettheir
their argument t has not proved prov d sumosesful saw sawcessfnl 1IQIDooCNBfal
cessfnl CNBfalPublic cessfnlPublic C CPublic
Public attention in Japan Is at atent pn IIIent pros proscut >
ent focussed on Keres K rea where wbeleburnlRg Hw Hwburning t tburning
burning questions are are the thelea Koe Koetease Xsselease
tease eto to Russia of a base on the tb YsJp y
river at Tongampho Y mpho
timber cutting operations and the thecounter thecounter thecounter
counter demand of Great Britain and andJapan aDdJapan andJapan
Japan that Wiju on the Tain be beopened litopened I Iopened
opened by Korea to foreign trade The Theministers TIleministers Theministers
ministers at Seoul of t the various vartouspOw vartouspOwera j PG PGen wr wrers
ers have been engaged in active neO negotiations aeptiatloDs neOtiatlona ¬
tiations on these subjects of late lateresalta win winresults withresults
results that ar variously iousi reportedfrom reported reportedfrom po pofrom
from day to day The latest 1ate specialrom special specialfrom apeciId1mm
from rom Seoul dated Aug A xi It ItQlat sax saxthat sayS sayStiat
that the emperor emperOr now proposes proposesgranting PfOPOIIIIIIIItln prOPOe prOPOegranting
granting tln < the lease at Yongampfco Yongampfcota Y
ta Russia Ru fa and trying t to Pef Pefthe pSet7the PMIC7 PMIC7tbe
the protesting powers by ordering orderingWijn orded ordedWiju
WIJu at once opened to forelg foreQlllltrade fore foretrade forelgtrade
trade I ILaMe
L LaMe afe Caaeelled CaaeelledTelegrams CaacelWleleam Oasieelladlelegranm
Telegrams from Korea XorealJta state that thatSehto C Csisido
Sehto beasY the th forestry depi depiof de deof deptm deptmof ua
of Korea orea Has I dent e0t t a a note to the theeae theBe JIpsi JIpsiese
ese minister Mr Hayaiehs ba baut atatinfr atatinfrthat atatlpgthat
that th be RussoKor R RnXcrossgreeat s > agreement 1J1 t tHIMe for forlease fogIdoop
lease of laisaat land t Tonganpho t ttheti tile tileIller 1 1ber I Iher
her company has been tianceBeA caace caaceresult as asresult Isresult
result of fresh negotiations ne with wlttkrepresentative withrepreaentatIv t trepresentative
representative of the timber tlmberBaron company companyBaron couipaayBaron
Baron Gunsberg The Korean Kweanave Aciala Acialahave cials cialshave
have also stated through throu b the for foroOce f foace foreign foreignoee
oOce at Seoul that the agreement agreementonly qraementaIY uaa uaaivily
only < provisional profl ionat Minister Ml iater Hayaisha HayaishahUs Haynisheasked I Iasked
hUs asked that this statement be put putthe puttbe Ip Ipthe
the shape of a formal note noteAccording noteAccordlng noteAcCotlng
According to a later at r report the sup stipulation etIP etIPulatJon supulation ¬
ulation in the agreement agr rnent about for foreigners f fe1Per forcighers ¬
eigners charged with any offenses ofteaesJil ofteaesJilthe Hi Hithe hethe
the leased area having to be handed handedover IIN1over betidedover
over to Russian custody has been can cancelled Cja Cjacelled ca carelied ¬
celled on account of objections madby mad ma4 ab7 madeby
by the Korean foreign office acting actiactOteetB he heprotests n nprotests
protests tOteetB sent In by tbeV the powen powers > wers Tfcfa Tfcfaportion TIdWportion Th Thportion
portion being beln < cancelled the Russian Russiani R Rminister Russianminister
i minister drafted an amended agreement agreenmntwhich agreementwhich agree agreewhich
which he pressed ed the Korean wovera woverautent goyermeat govern government ¬
meat to sign sI n The foreign office re refused No No1U8ed refused ¬
fused but the imperial imperialhousebold household department de de department dopartment >
partment ordered that the agreement agreementpet besigned be besigned
signed signedIn pet petIn
In the new agreement the Russian It ItmlaJater RumItminIster Russianminister
I Iland
minister demanded further grants u 4iC 4iCland C Cland
land to the timber company In return retUISfor returnfor retm retmfor
for cancelling the Jurisdiction clause clauseas cI cIu daeas
as a favor to Korea to avoid avoidher getting gettingher gettb gettbher
her into trouble with other poweruGREAT powers powersGREAT po poGREAT
Mines MiD in Cripple Greek District Will WIUi Wt lbe Willbe
i be Drained DrainedCripple DraiDedI DrainedCripple
Cripple Creek Cre k Cob Colo Set Sept 6TIae 6TIaedralri The gredt gredtdrainage greift greiftI
I I drainage ge tunnel which has been in IneeN nie niecess u ucore
cess of construction con tructton since sI last January Januarywas J Jwas Januarywas
was completed < and put In operation la tins tinsmorning tillsmorning thiSmorning
morning Under the direction of ofIntendent Super Superintendent Sepefuntendent ¬
intendent Bambridge the valves in tbe tbebulkheads tIIIebulkheads thebnlkheads
bulkheads were psned and Immediately Immediatelya
a stream of water two feet in death deathpoured deJaapoured debpoured
poured through the ptrtalsof p portals rtals of the tunnel tunnelinto tullielinto tunSOtinto
into Cripple ereek The flow soon de decreased 4Ie 4IereaRd doCreased ¬
creased to 2 za 0ft gallons a minute nute Later LaterIn La LaIn Laeein
In the day work was begun on onnorthern onnorthern lOS lOSnorthern
northern beading a connecting conn connalld branchand branch bennettand
and when this Is completed It te estimatedthat estimated estimatedthat Mttmatetithat
that the flow will reach 46W 4 gallons galknsThe galknsThetunnel The Thetunnel Tiletunnel
tunnel wa was constructed for the purpose purposeof pU1p01lllof purpo purpoof
of carrying off the water from the mil milla mI mIIn mines minesIn
In the territory traversed Uav ned and tafc tafcon In GtIII GtIIIfeet 5 5feet
feet in length The cost was wason Z6016 WONt WONton
on the tunnel was delayed about ten days daysby daJ1Iby dgy dgyby
by reason of f the tb exist exbrtiag R labor troublesam troubles treubIeItanet treublpqand
and am for several days mine owners ownersintendrnts IMIJMI IMIJMIintendents auperhntendents
intendrnts and managers th thworked t tworked themseislO themseislOworked
worked with pick and shovel fn the thew thewne1 t tneL tun tunnel ¬
Striking itrlklnE Miners Heavins Lea Joe rI Ufa Ufatana Mat Mattana
tana and Idaho IdahoTelluride IdaJaeTelluride IdahoTelluride
Telluride Colo Cob Sept t 6At At Atof a aof nteetbl nteetblof
of the Miners union heM at Oef Oefwas 0000000tt 0000000ttas
was as decided to present a scale ale ot 0and ag agand agand
and hours to the nine managers manato auntta aunttato sIsUSrto
to the demand made upon th the theqers mine moo nuuagers mooagers
agers of Tellurtd last Mondy It Itpeeted ta tapected I e epected >
pected that the committee will present ent the thescale tie8tale tlcscale
scale tomorrow Th The general g ral beVef 1MIIefthat befthat < S Sthat >
that the mine managers will refuse refusemake retaIILmake rctotet rctotetmake
make any change ha < ngE in present plflU > n t eondittOOSand cnndftt cnndfttand eondittOOS land
and that this t proving provl > true a strike strlkelI strlkelIhe trtDRUed Wl Wlh
h he e called and as a consequence the themlnirllt eth ethmining ttWff ttWffmlniiiK
mlniiiK Industry of San Miguel Mi uel county countywUl csitlttyuL
wUl 1 UI be tied up upTher upTh upThere
There Th r Is no change In the strike Mrtkeation stt sttation ts tsation
ation in Tellurfde Over MO men left tni tnicity tIIit thicity
city it today Uestlnsd desti for Montana MontanaIcUiho MIatanaldahct Montanaldaht
IcUiho It Is estimated eet ted that nearly nearlymen nearlymen
men have left this th II camp since the inangH inangHuration ina inauration inaitration
uration of the strike last Tuesday TuesdayTHE TuesdayTHE A ATHE
Tuesdayi i
Henry Sanford SanfordBridgeport SaafordBridkeport SanfordBrIdgeport >
Bridgeport Com Sept > pt iHenry Henry Saflj Safljford Sa Saford SaTiford
ford vice president > nt of the Adams Kxpres Kxprescompany Expr Exprcpmpany xprei xpreicompany
company died at his residence here Wdalot today todayot toda f for
ot apoplexy aged 89 years yearsB YeaillJI4Y yearsv
B JI4Y v r Dr Alvah Hovejr HovejrNewton BoveyNewton ovey oveyNewton
Newton Mass Sept 6Re Rev I T ti r Alvah AlvahHovey AlvabHovey AlvahH
Hovey H ey one of the best know Baptist Baptistciercymtn BaptistclercYmtD Baptistciergymtfl
ciercymtn in the country and Hnf f Ior t r many manyyear manyfaltl manyyears
year faltl president of Newton Thv Thol Tb < logical 1 cal ai in institute iostltute institute ¬
stitute died tonight aged 83 ye c cDAMAGES j jDAMAGES fDAMAGES
DAMAGES 300 300Peoria 30QOO 30QOOPeoria 30090Peoria
Peoria Sept 6Tbe The fire which whichthreatened whhhhreatenect whichtbrestened
threatened the total destruction of the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little town of Roanoke last night w W15 W15finally s sfinally afinally
finally extinguished after JSOOOO 30000 dam damage damage damage ¬
age age had been done

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