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I flS York ork L Vad ad 4 to 43 3M H3 jlj per per K KO V 4 IDS IDS I a New 5 L LAKE > t t K E H 4 W lTlfSS Fair Firandwarmer and warmer warmerESTABLISHED TLJIIE 1 1ESTABL
Tulloch Charges Have Been BeenThoroufhty BeenThorougihty BeenThoroughty
Thoroufhty ThoroughtySPECIAL Investigated InvestigatedSPECIAL IRfestigatedt IRfestigatedSPECIAL
lXl i A8HINGTON Sept LBy By dlrec dlrecJ d1recV direcv
v V J tion of President PreJd ent Roosevelt a athorough athorough athorough
thorough investigation has ha been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made into the charges preferred by bySeymour bySeymour byseymour
Seymour W Tulloch against the man management management management ¬
agement of affairs of f the Washington WashingtonD
D C postofflce This Investigation InvestigationJames investigationhas
has been en made by C H Bonaparte and andJamee andJames
James Jamee Conrad special attorneys of the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government in n the prosecution pros uUon of the thejogtoffice theJIOtomt thepQstom
jogtoffice fraud eases and it 18 Inde IndeJemlent tndel mdc3entJen
Jemlent l ndfnl of and entirely supplementary supplementaryto uppl mentarY mentarYto
to 4 the rejiort made by Fourth Assist Assistant Assistant AsaItant ¬
ant Postmaster General Bristow on the thecharge tbedutrge thebnrge
charge preferred by Mr Tulloch Mr MrBristow MrlIrlsto MrJristov
Bristow H report Mr Conrad says YII to tonight toJli tojught ¬
night Jli ht was simply a collection of the theliuts the1l thefets
liuts 1l < ts in the case as a reported by post postcfflfp posttffk poetfYIp
cfflfp inspectors and contained no opin oplnjcns opinjnf opinj
jcns j ns as to the merits of f the charges chargesTh chargesTlw
Th Tlw < investigation Inv tfgatlon made by Messrs Messrslnaparte Jleulnaparte Mewa1naprte
lnaparte and Conrad will go So into the thejtiTlts tb tbJrIPrits tb3nrit
jtiTlts of the charges and will express expressan
an l opinion as to whether or not the themoused theit thehued
hued it l u sed persons are vindicated vi ndlca ted or ar arIuilty aruilty arruilty
Iuilty of the offenses charged against againstthem againstthem t tthtm
them thtmStatute
Statute of Limitations LimitationsThe
t The conclusions conlu lons drawn from their In ¬
w4 quiry wilt be embodied fmbo in a report which whichWhether
will ltl be Iuomltted to the attorney gneraI eneral
the latter part of this week Whether or o otfliS
tol < > t tnls will be
report made public Mr Mrnrad Mrnrad
c nrad ° > could not say today t dB > as a that mat ¬
ter rested with the officials of the ad
nunistrwtion ntlnlstrli tlOfi No prosecutions will fol folW ¬
low W from any nn conclusions the report may
< iraw raw a the offenses offen if any have been beenonimitud beenommittd been1nmitd
onimitud < are barred by the statute of
JimltHtlfiH JimltHtlfiHMr ilmitatif n nMi
Mr 1 Conrad said that he and Mr Bona Bonaarte ¬
parte arte had been be n engaged for five weeks in
the inquiry They had examined thor thoroughly tbott tholighly ¬
t oughly > Jghly the charges themselves together
with all evidence fldpn e available on the sub ub ub3ct
J Jlcl J both bot h In the treasury and the post
office departments departmentsTrying dMrtmentsTrying drprtmenTrying
Trying to Get at Facts FactsTh PactlThe PactsTh
Th The president Ir lldfnt > said Mr Conrad was wasery WitSn wasrv
ery n anxlnus anxnii thnt th whole matter mattern
hould n > uld he t h gone over r very Vfr carefully so that thatI
i it I persons named in the th charges by Mr
Tullorh were wr r Iot guilty they should be bevindicated bevIrjiiieateL
vindicated and if they thf were Wer that this
Trit f Li It t should RO on record That their
lity ht ty had been to act In the capacity of ofit ofmalltfr
it master iiflst + r In i chancery and report on the
tacts tat as a they th round It was not a party
affair with the president Mr Conrad de declared d dekreI ¬
clared kreI but an honest desire to get at the
iuts 1 Its t In j the he case both Democrats and
Kepubllcana being Involved In I a the theiilrgee
hfirgep < The > president was anxious to tottl to1ii
IHve 1ii e the ttl matter thoroughly sifted and andfny andt1 andflny
fny t1 ny criticism credit or blame arising arl
irom th + inquiry in < iuirv would be borne by him
Mr Conrad xprerad the opinion that
noiii hn he and Mr Bonaparte would agree
HS II zistoth to th ncjMSSMn dOM ttooutotmdeis to be mad to
the > Att MtBODYF8ABY tt rni gtnerai nflraLe nflraLB gtneraiSan
B BODYF8ABY 0 D Of 8 KB y F FVifrD FVifrDSan UjN ID1
San Francisco Police Trying to toUnravd t tUnrayeI tUnravel
Unravel a Tfilegraph Tpe raph Hill HillMurder HillMurdlr HillMurdr
Murder Mystery Mysteryan
San > an Fraaelsco Sept 9 STbe The police policenrf policeIre policea
Ire a rr searching sear4tin for the murderer of the thelif tbebrant theFifint
lif brant nt whose 1 how dead body wrapped in a an alwpaltr a1ivpatkr
n lwpaltr vspaiHr and with a cord firmly firmlyittd
j JTI n tted > around its little neck was wasJund wasf
Jund f und in a vacant lot on Telegraph Hill HillLii HiliI HillItf
Lii I Itf t yesterday afternoon So far the theVHce the1lee
VHce 1 11cc have unearthed u rtbed no clew beyond beyondthe beyondth
the th fact that the newspaper in which whichth wh h hth
th littu body was R8 wrapped bore a yel yelA yelIn
In 1 < > A v label bearing the tl e name and ad adirp adlrp ade adrs
irp rs s r or If > r John jg K Jones Washington Washingtontk ton tonrk <
e rk tk iud illcllmn1edlatdy a 4 imn Imndlately ediatelr under the words wordsihf wordsjhf wordsThe
The Bulletin The newspaper newftpa er was a aIy apy ai
i Iy of the t Evening Times 11 mes of Buffalo Buffalot
0 t Itd < i Aug A ltg 19 110 180 TIle detectives have havetheory havel havetheory
theory l hpor that the mailing mallln < clerk fAt the thowas theI i
11 I < < was w as rareless rRrele and that the slip slipl iltptring lip liplting
l lting > uing the name 1 of t Senator Jones was wasinadvertently wu111IH wasiwiverteutly
inadvertently 111IH > rtenUy pasted p td on It the paper and andthit andtl11t andttLlt
thit th4 paper came to this city among amongth <
t th > exchanges of the Evening D BulletinTt Bulletin
Tt is tho th custom for the newspapers Dew rapera to todispose tAtd toThpoee
dispose d pOlle < of f > f their waste and extra papers papersthrough papent papovsihrugb
through t h cugh several vtor1I channel ana It will wIDfry be bery hiry
± fry ry difficult to trace the identity of ofT
T ho h munierer or murderers through th thj the thOJlwans thejnans
j neans of toe newspaper nfl newspaperThe per perThe
The detectives engaged in the case casehie calleh1 casehve
hie h1 t no theories in any way connect connectlug connectIng connectT
T lug Senator Jones with the mystery mYBteryMISSOURI mysteryb mysteryMISSOURI
K K8 nasa n u City Mo Sept IGovernor IGovernorfktry Governor GovernorT
1 T > kery < issued requisition papers this thisIK thistlIrnlft thisnrning
IK nrning tlIrnlft < > rrttng < calU calling on the governor of ofMontana ofM i I i
Montana M ntan to deliver to the state of Mts MtsRuiri Misaburi
Ruiri J < < arey a I rtY Snyder who Wk m s arrested arrestedin ane ted j
in Billings Billtn M yesterday ye tf > rdaY by Detectives Mc McAnany Menariy
Anany nany and Dwyer of this city on a arhrinre ad athirge
rhrinre d rt r e of f highway hllth ay robbery The pa par paJPr paere I
JPr ere > r were handed to Detective Eugene EugeneSullivan EupnelIl1ian Luienetzllivan
Sullivan who will forward them at atonce t tonc tonce
once onc to Governor Toole at Helena One Onef c cf
< > f f the t he detectives d4 > now in I Billing win winno WInJO willgo
no to Helena Ht > lena and ask that the papers papersi
i lip > p honored > d Snyder is I in Jail at Bill BttlJngs BUIj Billings I
Jngs j gs and will not return voluntarily Vol to toKansas toJi tolansa I
Cibe e
Tlacine Vii Sept 9 9In In the circuit circuitcturt circuite I Inrt >
e cturt nrt today toda Judge Belden rendered a adr 1Illonin
dr Ision Illonin in the caw of Edward Charles Charlesh Charleshlin Charleshvtn
h hlin vlin a millionaire Minneapolis lum lumixrinan lumwnnan lumbI
ixrinan bI wnnan Inan who had been reported insane insanev hutane1y
1y > v Wai Valworth worth county count physicians and i iv ihn
v ho demanded dfm nrid a Jury trial and wa wutllrnpt wasturned j
turned over ver to H deputy sheriff pending PfGdlngthp I Ithp
thp trial on Sept 21 1 by stipulation fIItfpulationJl1rfjtP stipulationlndge i iTurtiro I
Turtiro lleld Heldpn > n derided that Shevlln Sbfvllnlould ShevllnotiId i ishould
should otiId lw I released for f the > reason that thatTin that11f thatt
Tin t is I not a i resident r of Wisconsin Wisconsinnrvlin WifMOflsln11flIn Wisconsinievlin
nrvlin went Ent from the court room a afree afreo J JrE i
free rE < man manFOITL manpaUL manFOUL
Spring Green Wis Sept 9 9George 9GeorgeTtrandt Geor Qeorge QeorgeUrandt e eJ
Urandt J randt today confessed he last night nighthot nightfohot nightshot
shot hot un and < i killed his divorced wife Mary MaryUtandt Maryltrandt f fBrandt
Brandt aged 32 and her mother mo htr Mrs MrsMjiry MreMary I IM
Mary M lry Murphy aged 60 0 at their home homenear bornelWar I
near JH > ar here A Ityearold son of th thBrandts thBrandt thflrandts
Brandt witnessed the shooting Aft After Aftpt Afterih r riJu
iJu t ih Ii murder Brandt attempted suicide suicidehnt I Ihut Ihut
hut failed He gives no reason ra on for the theSIMPLY thedtc theI
I dtc ded dedI > ed
I SIMPLY LOST THEm TIME TIMEPhiladelphia TlKEPhUade1pbla TIMEPhiladephia
Philadelphia 8ei Set > t 9 9Wlth With the re return retu return ¬
turn tu rn today of 1800 pptterf and 15A 15Atapestrv HItapestry 1ttaestrv
tapestry carpet ar t weavers weav + rfl to John and RnllJamfs anitJ4me3
JMmes Jamfs T obsons no > onI plush and d carpet mills mill millt UIiI1Lthi j jthr
thr t h strike st triks i k ut it t theiv the plants which began begantlrpe bosant beganthree
three t M iiiontiis irntis aco was ended None Noneor Nonof
or o thf th dnnantll niands of the men was a granteJ granteJi grantpJMild
I Mild i d il h mills Vre working ulkin on the old oMhe oldh
he h i
c >
Thre Sessions of the Mining MiningConfress Miningon
Confress C on nress r ssat at Lead le d S D DA DNOplBLE DNO 0NOABLE
+ A
r BAD S S D Sept pt 9 9Today Today the thet theAmerleA theL
LEAD L t American mining ndnJb < congress moved movedover movedover moveiover
over Into Lead and after receiv receiving recelTin recelylag ¬
lag a cordial welcome from Mayor E ELF EF EF
F Irwin on behalf of the city proceed proceeded ¬
ed to transact the business of its sixth sixthannual sixthannual sixthannual
annual session where It left off at atDeadwood atDeadwood atDeadwood
Deadwood last night Three sessions sessionswere tieionswere sessionswere
were held today to4 and with a day off to tomorrow tmorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow to enable delegates members membersand membenand membersand
and other attendants at the congress congressto
to inspect the mines and mining plants plantsin
in and near Lead and to visit Bald Baldmountain BaldmoUfttaln Baldmountain
mountain Ruby basin and Spearflsa Spearflsacanyon S SCDon Speerhcanyon
canyon Three more sessions wil4 will e held heldIn heldIn heldin
In Lead on Friday and then the con congress conre congresu ¬
gress re will go o back to Deadwood where whereIt
It expects to conclude its work on Sat Saturday Saturda Saturdy ¬
urday urda afternoon afternoonThe afternoonTIle afternoonThe
The attendance today was enhanced enhancedby eDhaJ1cedy enhancedby
by y ttte tJlearrival arrival of nearly 100 l00deat l00deatfrom delegates delegatesfrom dlegatsfrom
from Oragon who were delayed clel by bythe b bthe bythe
the railroad accident and who will in invite InvUe invile ¬
vile the congress to Portland next year yearRoberts yearRo yearBo1erts
Roberts Ro erts on snvarJ snvarJTh snerlTIle SflierThe
Th TIle principal l speakers of todays three threesessions threere threesessions
sessions were re George E Roberts t8 director directorof
of th the mint mlntiJobn John L Webster Omaha Omahaand Omabaand Omahaand
and E W Parker arker of the United States Statesgeological Stat StatK Statesgeological
geological K cal survey Washington D C CEach CEach CEach
Each was listened to with the closest closestattention closestattention
attention attentlonzand and each was given a rising risingRoberts rI11irvote risingvote
I vote of tnanb titanks for or honoring tM congress conKJMSI congressby
by attending Itslon its sessions and to well pre prepa1fd peepared
I pared and Ift ifltersting lng ad Mr MrRo r rRoirts
Roberts Ro 1U just before concluding referring
to the recent Increase e m th the value of ofstiver ufnv ofsilver
silver nv said he believed silver had seen seenits eenIts seenits
its wont days and that it would before beforelong befo befolone beforelong
long reach and maintain a staple stan standard standard standr ¬
dard dr of value This statement was re received re recelwd received ¬
ceived with a great 4 > urst of applause applauseThis applauaeTbls applauseThis
This reference by tb the director of th thmint the thftmint themint
mint to silver led a Deadwood delegate delegateto dele deleatcto tc tcto
to submit a resolution against any y fur furrestrict furtber rurther
tber legislation bF congress tencUng to torestrlet torestrict
restrict the farther coinage of silver stiverreal ac acreal a areal
real money or 0110 to depress Its value upon uponthe upontbe uponthe
the market marketTh JaarketThe marketThe
Th The resolution the reading of which whichelicited whkheUdted whichelicited
elicited applause appla from the delegates was wasreferred wasreferred wasreferred
referred to the committee on resolutions resolutionsAddraesee re resolutionsAddresses olutlonsAddrOHM
Addresses ads MadsThe adsThe MadeThe
The addrrss add of Mr Parker which had hadnothing hadta hadnothing
nothing to O do with gold seemed to be bet besomewhat
= ta taO J dto a
somewhat t of a novelty to th the majority majorityof rl rlI
I of the members but was followed with withI withevident
I I evident Interest InterestOther InterestI interestOther
I Other addresses at the afternoon see session seeaba ¬
I aba were delivered by C W WMerrili Merrill of ofl oflead ofLead
l lead ead on The rh Metallurgy nr of Homestake HomestakeOres HomestkeOres
I Ores 0 and by Dr C C OHara of Rapid RapMCity RapidCity
City S a D on Qeotogy and MlnenrfoW MlnenrfoWof Mi Mimack Mineraiojof
of Black Hills HlI The latter was Illus Illustrated 111111Itrate4 illustested ¬
tested by charts char and maps mapsThe RIa RIaThe
The chief cl eC feature of the t1 evening see session etIIelon seeabs ¬
abs was the address ad4 addre re8B of John L Webster Websterof
Ielon of Omaha OmahaI 0IIurJaLDr OssahaDr
I Dr > r iT H BKo Qa of Silverton Sflvt > rton Colo Colodiscussed Colod Cob Cobcusss
discussed d cusss The Gold Ores of San Juan JuanCounty JuanCotufty Juanesolutiess
County CountyAt
CotuftyReHlutt ReHlutt Rafarrea RafarreaAt aferre aferreAt
At the morn mornto mornhslesssoi sssktta It was decided decidedwWeh
to read rsofet rsofetsssktta IIi whish h are to be beEed sub subIng sub1tted
1tted fP 11II tlOn on onone Ang AngIese
Eed Iese wagone one awDUtod j Kdnil Kdnilwe dwar4 F
Brown we of Dear9i rg pIftt pIfttipp dM eetr
idfJf9 ipp of tbt1I1iSat to pus a la laf8h law lawIng
f8h or Bllne IUU1 mm mmIfteta
Ifteta the lIame stana stanam
m Ing a as ts tile department depart t of commerce and
labor to be administered achnl by a bead 4 reg regularly r ruharty regusrIy ¬
ularly appointed by the president and andwbo andwbo andwho
wbo should take W h hIs official piace wits wuaother WI WIotber witsother
other members mem of the presidents cabi cabinet eaRl eabnet ¬
net J A resolution was submitted by b v
IA thgnowity Ulpowfty delegate from Penuyl Penuylania Penasylvania
vama asking tb 1M mining congress to pe petition pe patittt ¬
tition Andrew Andre Carnegie to build a suit suitable IRI1table suitable ¬
able and permanent building buUdln at Washing ¬
ton D C for the exclusive benefit of oftb oftb
tb tbe muting interests Iftteor of America Th Thresolutions TbItIIIOlutiona The Theresolutions
resolutions were referred to th tile regular regularcommittee reenlarttee regularcosaiIttee
committee committeeReading cosaiItteeReading ttee tteeReadlnllr
Reading of the constitution and bylaws bylawsto
to govern the American mining congress congresswhich congresswhich
I which whic were drafted by the executive executivecommittee execuUvncoDUlftttee executivocomuilttee
committee was wa called for After the thesecretary thesecretary I
secretary finished the reading n adln the d del deltell delagates l ltes
agates tell voted to postpone discussion of ofder ofttttWO ofthese
ttttWO and the they were made a special ot otdPr order
der for Friday uiominjr ftlornift ftlorniftJhn
Jhn Blatchford ofTerry or jerr Jerry S S D read reada
a paper > r on Ore Deposits poe1ts of the North Northern NortbEm Northera ¬
era Black Hills HtI after which the con congress eouIPea congross ¬
gross adjourned to 2 230 p m mNEW p pNEW qiFtEW
Test due Ou8Brought Brought Before1 the Su Supreme Supreme Suprams ¬
preme Court CourtNew CourtNew CourtNew
New York Sept tID In order to test testthe testtbe testthe
the constitutionality of the act passed passedby passedby
by the New York legislature at Its last lastsession
session e n prohibiting problblt the use of the theAmerican theAmerloun
American flag for advertising purposes PUIJORon
on Hgar r boxes cigarette arette and tobacco tobaccoPOUCh tobaccopouchos3
pouches POUCh J M McPike manager of the thecigar thecigar
cigar c department rtment of a wholesale gro grocery IrroceJ7 grocery ¬ 1
cery store today submitted to arrest arrestand arrestand arrestand
and was brought before Justice I
Blanchard Blan hard of the supreme court courtn 6n in a awritt awritt awrltt
writt of othabeas habeas corpus sued out o t by his hiscouiuM hlBeou hiscounl
couiuM eou The warrant on which he was wasarrested wasarTeIIted wasarrested
arrested charged elaaqedbim him with having ex exposed cxfor ¬
posed tor sale and sold two boxes of ofcigars ofctcus ofcigars
cigars containing < advertising matter In inwheh
which the flag appeared apperedJ1IaUce appearedJdsUce V VJustice
Justice Blanchard said he would pa parole parole parois
role Mr McPike until Friday when he hewill hewUI hewill
will enter ter a proforma pr fonaa order dismissing
the writ thus upholding the constitu constitutionality conetltutloHb nat1tu nat1tutboaisllty ¬
tionality of the act actMr actr actMr
Mr r McPlkes s counsel said that an anappeal anappeal anappeal
appeal would be taken as soon as the theorder theorder
order was signed signedThe signedThe
The penalty ascribed by b the law Is a
fine tin of WOO 100 or imprisonment for thirty
days 4 or both fine and Imprisonment ImprisonmentFOUrtD ImprluomnentFOU1D
CuM Ct2s of a St StPauj Paul Wholesale Mer Merchant Merchaiat Marchapt ¬
chant deeed deeedSt
St Paul all Sept DHenry DHenryNicoll 9HenryNIeolIs Henry HenryNicolls
Nicolls a prominent wholesale mer merchant merchabt nierchant ¬
chant member of the firm of Nicolls
Dean tI Gregg Grf > was wsshot shot and killed at
his home late this thl afternoon Mr
Nlcolls was found dead on the floor of
his room a revolver by his side and anda
a bullet 1 hole holtt in his hi temple The cor corflier j jwas I
flier tiIht decided that the > shooting shootingwas hooUngwae
was the result of an accident and no
inquest will be held heldMr heldMr
Mr Nlcolls was as 42 years old and poe possensed poesessed
sensed of a comfortable private fortune fortunebesides fortunebeIIl fortunebesides
besides beIIl his interest in the firm After Afterleaving ftE1 ftE1I
leaving I college he h entered ente the news newspaper new newspaper ¬ I
paper business and was connected with withseveral withseveral t tRTeraI
several St Paul papers and at differ differeat j jent
eDt times with the Omaha Bee and andHelena j I IHelena
Helena Independent IndependentSHOCK IDdeJMlD4mtII IndependentSHOCKKILLED
Death of a Prominent Woman Ac Accased Accued Aci Acicased
cased of Theft TheftLa TheftLa TheftLa
La Porte Ind Sept e tMrs Mrs Janle JanleStewart JanIStewart JankStewart
Stewart Boyecen of Chicago died tonight tonightat
at Asheviiie N C Cvou as a result of a ner nerous ztyou
you ous shock following accusations ot ottheft 01theft ottheft
theft While Mr M Mrs Boyesen was wa at a ho hotel bo bolei hotel ¬
tel near Spartansburg 8 C the room roomof roomof I
of a guest t1eIt from Augusta Ga was wa robbed robbecof robbedof
of n WV JIiI Oij worth wort h of Jewelry The landlord landlona landlordCIS landbortaccuscd
a reused CIS Mrs ln Buitaen BO t en She was not in ing iugeod togod
g god o l health and the charge resulted 8uted in innet
hCH l net physical hcl 61 collapse o1JlI e Before the end endcame endcant endcam
came cam > she he instituted a C6000 j OOU damage suit suitaitainst suitagainst ult ulta
against a alnt her accuser In the federal court courtat cou coutat t tHl
at rh harltlltoll rlf t < Hi Mr Boyesen had dono donomurh don donmurh dononiurh
murh newspMifr nPWJ1p wr work and nd was a musk mu musktian i
dan < lan of marked ability al1ilit
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Proposed PhstJfctlt bst lfenhtBHrf lfenhtBHrfDistricts mRt of1 tj e ti n gf < tfif ttdt yr yrDistdDts
Districts of orM oUMnchura5 Msnchurfa nchurtIJ Which Had Been Set SetFor S Stt StFor t tFor
For October 8 8I 8r
r C I Y
T T 7 OKOmfa o Sfcifc A Peking tel telY tel telI
y I Y 1 esswm wMdtte wldcit2 ta sendofficially R semIofliciallyconfirnied I08IcJaI1Y I08IcJaI1Yeonftrme4
confirmed at ToWo okto says the Rus Russian Russian Ruesian ¬
sian minister ter has proposed the post postponement postponement poetponement ¬
ponement of o the evacuation of the theKlrin theKJrin theXhin
Klrin and Amur districts tS of Manchuria Manchuriaset KaDeh1ll1aBet
set for Oct S SLondon 8London ¬
London Sept tTIte Tme Japanese lega legation legaties ¬
ties here sees In tbe Russian canoes concessions concealona canoesslons ¬
sions regarding Manchuria M DCh1lria the lifting liftingof
of the war cJoude cIou in the far t r east ea st No Noconfirmation Noconfirmation
confirmation has NeD seen received of toe toeLondon tbeLoJadon theLondon I
London Times Peking Pekhi dispatch saying sayingthat 8ylnKthat sayingthat
that the Russian RWl lan minister there in his htenote bisnote hisnote
note to the Chinese foreign offlce say saying saylug ¬
lug < that Iiew Cnwang and Moukden Moukdenshallbe Moukdenshall I
shallbe shall be evacuated by the Russians Ru alans on onOct onOct I
Oct 8 undertook that China shall shallbe shanbe shallbe
be permitted to resume administrative
Hstet in the t three tbreeJlro provteecs of Man Manctitirta J Manebitria n nelmrla
ctitirta under certain condttfcHts > at atue butthe wt wtthe
the report 1s regar regarded ed as well founded foundedThe founded7he ecl eclJapanese
The 7he Japanese legation says saysThree saysThre 7 7Three
Three events if the reports are cor correfet CfIrt r rr
refet r t have occurred which are arecalcu arecalcuJ onion calculated onionlated ¬
lated J te to simplify the thesituatloit situation tltuaU namely namelythe elythe namelythe
the Russian 1itu 1an terms which it JILap Laras Leasar Leasarkas
kas as apparently ap tly presented mark the theabandonment t theAbandonment e eabeadoR
abandonment abeadoR MI at the proposals pro propoea whfeh whfehthe wbthefr wrhthe
the thefr powers fs found ad 4 objectlonaWs objeet objeeteia Itas Itassia Ibi Ibiala
ala bas announced her withdrawal front fretnManchuria fNIRMancltwta frontManchuria
Manchuria next month and we believe believeshe Weshe beliereshe
she Is sincere neere and negotiations are areprogressing areprogressing
progressing progre lng between Japan T Pl1 and Russia Russiafor R Rtor Russiafor
for a definition of their theirrlchts respective respectiverights zespectFserights I
rights in Manchuria and Korea These Theseare Th4IIeare Thdeeare
are secret and It is impossible IID Impos pI to tre tretell tore toretell re retell
tell the outcome but we W4P sife hopeful hopefulthat JIopeftaltbat hopefulthat
that the results re ie ul will be aatisttootory MtlJlfa qttOry < to toboth toboth toboth
both sides 1
v H >
ru 1T7AsEINGToN ASinNciTON Sept SePt tQne One of the thepersons theVV theIy
VV Iy persons Indicted yesterday by bytne bythe
the federal grand jury in con connection connection n nnectlon ¬ I
nection with the postal poatallnveauaatlon investigation is isGeorge IsGeorge IsGeorge
chief of ofth ofthe I Itlu
George W Beavers vera formerly
the th divisionof salaries and aDda1lowanCft aDda1lowanCftIt allowances allowancesIt
It is understood that t the charge Is con conspiracy conspiracy conpiracy ¬
spiracy spiracyAnother spiracyAnother piracyAnother
Another of olth the indictments is against againstAugust aplnstAUJU againstAugust
August t W Macfeen en a new set of offacts offacta offacts
facts involving him with Beavers The Thecharge ThecIuLrae Tiecharge
charge is conspiracy conspiracyWhile ccmq IWhile I IWhile
While tae t officials refuse to disclose disclosethe disclosethe e ethe
the names of the four lourremanlng remaining per persons peraone perSons
sons who were re indicted yesterday it Itlaid te tesaid tosaid
said that none of efthem them is or 0 has been beenconnected t tconnected Iconnectecl
connected with tkepostoffice tke oftIee and that thatone t tODe j jone
one is a ma g of i some prominence prominenceIt
It was svateoSat Bate siated arthe the city hall today todaythat todaythat todaythat I
that the climax of the investigation is isto isto isto
to come sboptly when m person raon not notconnected notconnected ot otcolm8etecl
connected with the department nt but butequally butequally ut utecnaaIJy
equally as well known mo as the poet
New York Sept tTbe The examination examinationof
of Joseph Jo Waherman a dealer dealerin in leaf leaftobacco t ttobacco Itobac
tobacco O today before United States StatesCommissioner StatesCommlflldoner StatesCommissioner
Commissioner Ridgeway Rldge y on a charge chargeof
of buying smuggled smual tobacio brought broughtout <
out the fact if the confessions confe siona of two twosailors twosailors I Ieallon
sailors arrested Monday are to be be believed belIeTed belieed ¬
lieved that there are area a number num r of to tobacco to tobacco tobacco
bacco merchants In New Ne York engaged engagedIn
In Illicit traffic In tobacco tobaccoFor ttibaceoFot tObaccoFor
For many months the treasury agents agentshave agentshave ent enthave
have been Investigating what hat they felt feltassured felt881IM4 feltasuntid
assured was a welt W n laid conspiracy to tosmuggle toemqale tosmuggle
smuggle tatto tub New York leaf tobacco tobaccoused tobaccou tobaccoused
used u for wrappers on expensive cigars cigarsand ctgarsand cigarsand
and bearing a very high rate of duty dutyIt
It can be purchased in Holland for 80 80cents 80cents 80cents
cents a pound and easily disposed of ofin orIn ofin
in the United States for 260 per perpound perpound I Ipound
pound Much of it is smuggled it is I 1BACKED IBACKED IBACKED
Imprisoned Servian Officers Issue An Another Another Another ¬
other Proclamation ProclamationBelgrade ProclamationBelgrilde ProclamationBelgriide
Belgrade Servui Sept U JTlie The Servi Servian Serlan ¬ I Ian
an army arm officers Otft UR recently arrested sue succeeded sU sUffded sueceeded ¬
ceeded today in publishing a new proc proclamation proeiamaiion ¬ i ilamation
lamation calling lUng on all the officers mter to tostand toIItand tostand
stand together in demanding the most mostsevere mOAt8ever mostsevere
severe punhjnment of the murderers i
4 J
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master general himself undoubtedly undoubtedlywill
will be indicted for complicity in the thepostofflce tbepostoft1 thepoetoffice
postofflce frauds The grand gra d jury be began be began begnu ¬
gan hearing the evidence evldenceln In this par particular particular particular ¬
ticular case today and it is said Jthat Jthatwhen that thatwhen thatwhen
when a report is 1 made t de e it wil wUJl wij in all allprobability allprobability U Uprobability
probability concludethe conclude the investigation investigationhi
In Washington WashingtonWashington WaahlnltonWUhiQton WashingtonWashington
WUhiQton Washington Sept ITbe The trials ot otthose or orthose ofthose
those persona Indicted in Intae the postofflce postofflcefrauds pcstoffIcefrauds ffI ffIfrauds
frauds case it is expected fxpectwm win begin beginat be n nat
at the October term of the District Di DIatr1 su superior INperlor anparlor ¬
parlor court This was the ppinlbn P1 ex expressed expre cxpressed ¬
pressed tonight by Holmes f fgovernment Co one oneof oneof
of tb epecll counsel engaged by th thpvenun thgovernment
government pvenun nt in toe proseecnoa P prosee ton ef 4 Qcea the thecase taedell
case The government winconsolidate winconsolidatethe wiD eoasolldate eoasolldatethe
the eases where this tbialB l IB practicable o as asto a ato asto
to expedite matters unless e the thepersons ac accused accusedpersons used usedpersons
persons shalldemand shaD demand separate trl trlToronto trials trta18Toronto trialsToronto
Toronto Ont Sept 9 SLeopod Leopold J Jtern Ttera JStern
Stern tern surrendered himself to the police policethis policethis polIcethis I
this afternoon It is i understood that thathe thathe thathe
he will fight ft ht extradition proceedings
1 1TRE
S t S
declared from The Netherlands Nethedan4sby Nethedan4sbysailors by bysailors bysailors
sailors particularly the men et1 Ij In the theengine theengine theengine
engine and stoker rooms nH n1ith the ted vtederal tederal ed ederai
eral officers have bean 1 unable una lto to get jgettheir gettheir gettheir
their hands on the renoivers r > i ets or pur purchasers PUl purchasers ¬ I
chasers chaaerSunday S SSunday j
Sunday night two treasury trd ty tyfollowtd oQtdalsl oQtdalslfollowed ctaIs ctaIsfollowed
followed two sailors of r the Koenigen KoenigenLulse KotblgenLal8e KoenigenLuiae
Lulse giving gtvln the names of Thome Tho and andSchoon AdSchOOl andSchoon
Schoon who wb4l they say delivered smug emuggled emucgled smuggled
gled tobaccp to Joseph J ph WarhermajB WarhermajBToday WaltermatToday
Today when the three men were ar arraigned alralped atreigned ¬
reigned before the commissioner commla 1oner the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two sailors UoIII made confessions 1I01ICI d tow testified teIIWed towtiDed ¬
Wed Mr behalf of the governmeac governmeacagainst IO IOa goventmegtginst
against a lDat Waherman Wah rman The commission commissioner com11 com11er ¬
er held bel < Waherman for trial In 1500ball 1500 1500bail 1500bail
bail which was furnished Wahermax Wabenna1ldenied Waheemaadenied Wahermaxdenied
denied the charge and insisted fee was wasa I Ia
a victim of circumstances clreun tan < e The TJ e sailors sailorswere sailorswere ilonl
were paroled parokdof I
of iCing Alexander and Queen Draga DragaThe DragsThe
The officers declare that either they or orthe orthe orthe
the murderers must leave I ave the service serviceThe serviceTht serviceThe
The proclamation concludes with call callThe calling
Ing for chn cheers > rs for King Peter PeterThe PeterThe I
The Servian public now oponly takes takessides takessides
sides with the arrested officers o and de demands deman demands ¬ I
mands man their release releaseGreat reeueGreat releaseGreat
Great dissatisfaction prevails on uc ucount u uount tictount
ount of the appointment of General GeneralGynrkls GeneralGynekis
Gynrkls one of the th > chief hi f j paepiratnrv paepiratnrvto pttUtnl1rto pttUtnl1r
to command the army di dhlion ition of o oH Xisif iph
H >
Rafn Ra n Fell in Torrents Torr nts at Kansas KansasffaniHui KansaskWestern KansasYteday
kWestern Qur4 Qur4Yeteiday
Yeteiday YeteidayiL 5
ffaniHui City Sept 9 9The The heaviest heaviestrainstorm heaviestra4lerni t trabIIMGnn
rainstorm in the history of western westernMissouri wernrI westernLllsotiri
Missouri rI fell In Kansas City last lighttodl night nightandetoday nightIldntoday
andetoday At noon the storm was se seveW Be Berl sei
veW i rl and rain fell in torrents For a aUrn atipie 1
Urn tipie ethls this afternoon car lines were put putout1 putoat i
oat osit of t commission and business bwda prac practically pewtiolty ¬ i
tically suspended In six hours ac accdvOJng acctdlug I
cdvOJng to measurements taken at the theofttce theaIce theonce
once of the local weather bureau 420 420inces 49JDcheI 4i0moMs
moMs of rain fell The local weather weatherforecaster weatherster weatherforecaster
forecaster ster expects ex ta a rise r H of more than tbantwo thanto j
two feet t et In both the Kansas and Mis Missoar Xisaori MissonsI
aori soar rivers by tomorrow morning In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the west est bottoms some of the tnebu business businesshouses bu5lneasbevies
houses have two feet of water in their theirbasements theirbaBemenhL theirbasements
basements basementsIn
In Rosedate Rq a suburb water covers coversthe covenUaereets coversthetreets
Uaereets the streets a depth of two feet and no nocar noears noears
car ears are re being run to that place Tur Turkey Turter Thekey ¬
key and OK 0 K creeks rose e rapidly and andfamines andfalNllea andfamines
famines living along the banks were wereforced weretotc were5forc
totc 5forc forced IJ to leave their homes The rise riaehrougJit risebroUht risehrouht
hrougJit down a large amount of drift driftAnd driftand driftand
And for a time it was feared that the thebridge theblld thebridge
bridge re which blcb carries the flow line lineacross lineacrose lineaciQ5n
across Turkey Turk y creek and which sup supplies suppU supplies ¬
plies pU Kansas City with water would be becarried berried becarried
carried rried away awayPERMANENT awaY awaYPERMANENT awayPERMANENT
Wilkesbarre Pa Sept 9 1CoaI Coal oper operators operatora operstore ¬
store of the Wyoming region look upon uponthe uponjbe uponhe
the decision of Umpire Whgt t giving <
them the right to discharge dl employes as asa 8a asa
a very important one The ofllcials of ofthe ofthe oftke
the United Mine Workers claim that thatthe thattJae thatthe
the privilege given employers is likely likelyto
to be abused by mine foremen who whoacting whoacting
acting upon pon instructions in trutlons from head headcruarttni headquarttMI headquarters
quarters can make it very n ry unpleasant unpleasantfor
for the men who were active in the last laststrike laststrke laststrike
strike strikeThe strikeThe
The superintendent of one of the thelarge thtlarge thelarge
large collieries says the decision will willeither willeither m meither
either bring permanent peace in the theanthracite theanthracite
anthracite region or open war upon the thepart thepart thepart
part of the union miners minersGUILTY minersS
I 1
Remit of the Courtmartial of Lieu Xdeutaant Li Litant Lieutenant
tenant Colonel Sooth SoothYancouver Jioothyancouver Boothvancouver
Yancouver Barracks Wash Sept t 9
The findings in the court martial pro proceedings proceedings ¬
ceedings against Lieutenant Colonel C CA CA
A A A Booth quartermasters department departmentr
17 S A were made public today by
Brigadier General Frederick Funston Funstoncommanding Funstonrimmandiq Funstonc
commanding c the department of tbe Col Columbia ColU1I1bta Cobamble ¬
amble who reviewed the case caseColonel calleColonel caseColonel
Colonel Booth was in charge of the thequartermasters th thqnarterMasters thequartermasters
quartermasters stores at Fort fort Davis Davisla3ka Dais41aska DavisjJata
41aska la3ka and was tried by general court courtmartial courtmartial courtmartial
martial on charges of Irregularities in inhts inhis n nbla
his department departmentThe S SThe
The court < held Booth guilty guilt of misman mismanagement mlsmauagemEnt mismatiagement ¬
agement an and i nejjjigence nfl igencf > and sentenced sentencedtunv stntenNtIt1Dr sentencedS
S lUmp U w > remain at the foot of tbe list listof listot
of lieutenant colonel during tbe rest of > f
his active service servlceelevn eleven years yearsGeneral yea yeaGneral yearsGneraI
General Ftnaton ir u reviewing n 1ewlng the sea sentence Mntence seatenee ¬
tence reduced r uced the th tiie e to five years yearsLUNATIC yeaMioae yearsLUNATIc
oae oaeLU1lATIC
Santa Rosa Cal Sept 5 A Garrad Garradtbc Gnrraltbc GarrattriO
tbc escaped lunatic who yesterday ester a snot snotand shotaad snotand
and killed J 1 A McKinoeV tKin at QurnevlHe QurnevlHeIs GurnevUleattlI
Is still at large Not the slightest sl1 hteat < trace traceof tracfor traceof
of him has been seen since he shouldered
hit rifle rll a ahd d walked away from the thescene the8Cele thescene
scene of the shooting toward the brudh brudhAN bru h hIII
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 4
4 + t
+ Angels Camp Cal Sept 9 SAn SAn1mknon An +
4 imknown man evidently insane insanef InsaneJumped +
4 f Jumped into the fly ft wheel of the thef theair +
f 4 air compressor comprt r at a t the Melone mine +
4 + today toda The wheel was revolving revolvlngrit +
4 at it the > rate rat of 160 revolutions per perf perminute perminute +
+ f minute The man went around aroundwith aroundwith + t twltft
+ with the wheel twice before being beingf bHncthrown b lng 4
4 f thrown out His arms and legs legflwere 4 4were t tf
+ f were broken > n and his skull frac fractu fr frtued >
+ tttVed tu d 4 f
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
< hJ < = 3 L
Spectator peG ator Horribly H HtxriblyhRe Miflffiad MiflffiadWhile Mal Mi MiWbReWltehii
While WbReWltehii hRe Witehis a Raoe RaoeONE Rloeof
OIT Mich Fept tWJdIe tWJdIeBarDey 9mdleBarney WhOe WhOeBarney
DETR D DETROIT Barney OidfleWs racing automo autotnoS automobile tGlfto tGlftobile ¬
S bile was running rUl1DIn nearly sixty sixtymiles 1IIrymlJe sixtymiles
miles an hour our at the Grosse Potme Potmetrack PobIetrack POthZetrack
track this tit afternoon in the tenmile tenmileopen tenmaleopen tennleopen
open event one of the th front tires on onthe onthe onthe
the machine burned through and ex exploded explo4ed exploded ¬
ploded thawing tho thotnc the car into the fence fenceand fen fenceand e eaDd
and injuring JDJur i8 Frank Shearer a spec spectator spectator spectoter ¬
tator so terriblyl tenibl that he died in an anambulance rnal n nambulance
al ambulance buJaDce en eol route i ute to a hospital h tal Th Thcar Thear Thcar
car went fifty Aft7feet feet through thro gh the air ant an1OkUield aniOl4 antOIdeld
OkUield who kept his seat had a mar marvekms marIo moNveIo
vekms veIo Io s escape from death He received receivedseveral received8eeral receivedseveral
several cuts about abo t the body and had hadone hadOIMIrtb hadone
one OIMIrtb jib broken brokenItwas bro broIt brokenIt
Itwas It was an afternoon of accidents acci enta at atthe a at athe
the t track two other high power ma machines machines ¬ I IcltlDH
chines those driven by b Barry Cun Cunningham CUnBlqha1n Gunliugham ¬
ningham and Henry Yeage the Parts PartsIan ParlaD PartsIan
Ian coming to grief because of their theirtires theirttrts theirtires
tires Fortunately no one On was wa hurt in ineither Ineither Ineither
either of these U accidents accidentsOidfields ac ldeataOIdfteld sceldentsOldflelds
Oidfields sparker gave ca eoat oat a few feet feetfrom feetfrom feettinm
from the tape In the race during which whichthe whicbthe whichtite
the accident occurred and n CHdfield K lost lostrl lostfanny t tnearly
nearly rl two t o miles before fore he repaired the thedamage tbtaac1 thedamage >
damage and started after Harry Cun Cunningham Cuntn Cunnlngham ¬
ningham tn ham < the only other entry The Thetires TIletue Thetires
tires of the machine m chlne were the same sameones meoae8 sameones
ones Oldfleld used at Cleveland and as ash aah ashr
h hr was turning into the stretch on his hisseventh hieventh hisseventh
seventh venth mile the friction on the right rightfront ri rightfront ht htfront
front tire tI burned through and it ex exploded exploded cxplotted ¬
ploded The track is banked high at attfce atiiae atthe
the turn tu and iid the car with Its tremen tremendous tremendo tremendotis ¬
dous do momeatum tm shot for the outer outeredge outerecJp outeredge
edge of the t track which Is six feet feetabove feetaIIove feetshove
above the ground round beyond beyondrOldfteld 1 e70udOIdJeld beyondOIde1d
rOldfteld had Just time enough to I twist twisthis wisthis wIatJd8
his brake and d head for a spot between betweentwo betweenlo
two 0 trees Shearer was standing standingagainst standingtnet standingInM
against tnet the fence at this point and the the6ar thec5 the6ar
6ar struck him tm iut squarely breaking both bothlegs Nthqs bothlegs
legs la several places and fracturing fracturinghis
his skull He was thrown seventyfive seventyfivefeet
feet and never recovered consciousness consciousnessOMfield coft8Cl8WIDeIII0I4AeI4 conscleusnessOLdfleld
OMfield had presence p ce of mind enough enoughto
to throw himself backward on the fiat fiatdeck ftatdeck flatdeck
deck of the ear which went crashing crashingthrough crashlqtJmNQrh crashingthrough
through a low tree and landed a com complete complete camplete ¬
plete wreck fifty tty feet from where it itwent it1IInt itwnt
went through t th t the fence A brother of ofSfcearer ofS ofSharer
Sharer wm standing near him and andhad an4had andbad
had a narrow nnOWAnot1ler escape escapeAnother escapeS
S Another Another Auto Accident AccidealtZanesvUIe AOcidaIItZancaville AccidentZanesville
Zanesville 0 Sept tAn An automobile automobiledriven autOlDObiledriven automobiledriven
driven by Bart EarIKIIaeft Miser of Dayton escaped escapedhts escapedhIs
hIs control at the races IS here today and anda andaa andas
aa a the result of Us tt dashing into the thefence thefenee thefence
fence John Goading was fatally injured injuredhaving laj8redhaving Injuredhaving
having Men struck by the automobile automobilewhile automoaKlewlane automobilewhile
while going at terrific need Several Severalother Severalother Severalother
other persons wfre less seriously Iy injured injuredKiser InjuredlOser injuredIGuer I
lOser had an ankle broken brokenSICK brokenSICK brokenSICK I
JIiiB Miner Prom Suimysid Disappeared Diaappearel1a1 j jat
at Hospital Door DoorAfter DoorAft DoorAfter
After Aft climbing out of the ambulance ambulanceand amb1rlaDaDd ambulanceand
and taking 1d one onekok look at the hospital hospitalJacob ItaIJacob hospitaLTacob
Jacob Swarts a miner frpm frtpiSunuyeide frtpiSunuyeidedisappear Sunnyskk Sunnyskkdisappeared S1l1mY8ldedJeapp
disappeared dJeapp ar d d last Iaatnlgtt nignt from St JiIJad JiIJadh Mss5hospital If arks arkshospital
hospital h and was not found for several severalhours flleveralbou1l severalhours
hours The e police were notified l1 and andsearching andsearching andsearching
searching parties sent out to look for forthe f forthe r rthe
the missing man maD but after being Inc away awayfor awaytor awayfor
for about two hours Swartx came back backof blckof backof
of his hi own accord accordSwartx aceordSwartz accordSwarts
Swartx was suffering su1ferin < trm typhoid fe fever fever Icver ¬
ver and came in on the 1230 train He Hewas H Hwas Hewas
was met at the depot by the ambulance ambulanceand ambulanceaJ1d
and was assisted from the train by byfrIend a afriend Ifnend
friend All the way out to St Marks MarksSwartx XaTkSwartz MarksSweets
Sweets appeared to be delirious and andwanted andwanted andwanted
wanted to get out He was quieted by byhis byhis byhis
his friend and all whet t well until the thehospital tbehospital thehospital
hospital was reached When the party partyarrived partyairlved partyaiilved
arrived at St Markstbe Mark8 ue two men left leftthe lefttbe leftthe
the ambulance The friend ted the way wayto wayt wayto
to t the office and was about tointro tointroduce to intro tntrodace introduce ¬
duce dace Swartx to to the th physician in charge chargewhen chargewben chargewhen i
when he discovered that thattbe the latter had haddisappeared haddleappeated haddisappeared
disappeared disappearedThe I ITbe
The men immediately went in search searchof
of or the sick man and scoured the he neigh neighboring neighboring neighboring ¬
boring vicinity but Swarts could not notbe notbe I
be found founcLTJte The police were notified to tolook tolook tolook I I
look out for a delirious man and a asharp asharp asharp
sharp lookout was kept around town townAlmost townAlmost townAlmost
Almost two hours passed without find finding AndIng findlug ¬
ing any trace ft JI the missing man man and andthe aDdtbf sadthe
the hospital authorities were about to togive togive togive
give him up when suddenly toe door dooropened dooropened dooropened
opened and in walked Swarts He Hewould Hewould Hewould
would not tell why he left or where he AChad hehad hehad
had been beenPEOPLE beenPEOP
Redding CaL Sept 9 9The The people o oDe or orDe oflIe
De Lamar fougnt throughout the day dayto dayto dayto I
to save their homes from fire which whichburned whichburned
burned north east and south of the thetown thEtown thetown > I
town and which whi sprang up about the thesmelter thesm thesmelter
smelter sm lter which reduces the ore of the theBully th thBully theRully
Bully Hillmine at a point twentysix twentysixmiles twentysixmiles twentysixmiles
miles northeast n rtheast ofRedding of Redding Although Althoughseven Altbougbevenb Althoughseven
seven evenb houses uSts became ignited at differ different dUrerent different ¬
ent times one of them being on fire fireon Areon fireon
on four occasions oca ion the flames were ex extinguished exUngulshed cxtngulshed ¬
tinguished in all cases Tonight ht the thedanger thedanger
danger of De Lamars destruction destructionseems destructionseems
seems to hare passed although the fire firehas firehaii >
has leaped leapedSqnaw Squaw creek and fanned fannedatlff fannedby fannedby
by > a atlff stiff Uff nr north > rh Knw b breeze > ze 18 < racing racingtowards racingtowards ras tni tnitowards
towards Copper City a small settle settlement settlement settlemont ¬
ment four miles mll south Men are on onguard onguard onguard
guard at De Lamar and Copper City CityCitizens CityCtUzens CityCitizens
Citizens have been warned of danger dangerThey dangerTbey dangerThey
They will resort to backfiring backfiringFUSION backfiringFUSU3N
Seth Low Indorsed as Candidate Bbr BbrMayor JrorOr JorS
S Mayor MayorNew a7OL a7OLNew Or OrNew
New York Sept 9 9At At the fusion con conference confer confernce ¬
ference fer nce tonight the name of Seth Low Lowwas LowVBI Lowwas
was endorsed as candidate for mayor to tobe tobe
be presented to the e fusion I conference of ofKiies ofLit
nbtwW wW
1 nbt
Lit bOdieS Kiies affiliated with th > fusion h fiai r rment move movei movement
i ment except the Ntw N tw w York Democracy Democracyand
and an King county rmf OUfly Demo 1 mrrJt < racy The con conference eotfercot ¬
ference w was s Ivld hl at the headquarters h eadquat te of ofthe orth ofthe
the th Citizens fj union unionThe unionThe
The oaminlttes reported rfOrt th tho < bodies ho leM if J affiliated iffiliate f fftUat I
filiate < l lwltb with the tb fusion fu ion movement at th thonferenc thIonfprent tbonferenie
< onferenc were The > Citizens union unionOr unionc0 uniontreater
Or c0 treater < ater X New > w Yrk I DeOCIJc Dontoercy > en ocrucy New York YorkKiupK yorkKIUJrS YorkKiuga
KiupK Queens Que4 > n Richmond Ri hmond counties counU Re Repubhcuii R Rpublican Repubbean
publican comn com commtttea lt itt Kings county count countDfJTlocracy coantsDemocracy
Democracy GermanAmerican MuniHnal
Icagrue lla uf of o Brooklyn AusUoHungarian Austt oIlungara o
AntiTammany association German GermanAmerican GennanAmerican GermanAmerican
American Municipal Jilu > league of Manhattan Manhattanand nnbattana
and a d the ItalianAmerican leapt leasueOVKECOMCB leaptOVEJICOJCE leagueOVKRCO
Denver nver Sept 9A A special from As Aspen Aspen Aspen ¬
pen Colo Cob says James Crozier and andJohn andJohn andJohn
John Teis > trammers employed in the theSmuggler theSmu theSmuggler
Smuggler Smu ler mine were overcome by gas gaslast caslas gasiait
last night in the mine They were werebrought wereb1OuAht werebrought
brought out unconscious unconc ull Crozier died diedin diedIn
in a few minutes Tels probably will willSHOT wfllrecover willrecover I
recover recoverSHOT
Deanfleld Deanft ld Ky Sept t Engeue u tle Phil Phillips kuiillips ¬ j
lips a farmer was as killed today t lay hy hyJohn byJohn
John Guess town marshal Guess was wasrfhot wasot wast4hot
rfhot t4hot ot while hilt attempting to serve a war warmnt warnt wariisnt I
mnt nt on Phillips and returned the thefire thefire thefire
fire firec
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t tStirrIng
Stirring Speeches S by y J Jand Jo JoAd Jo4si Jo4siad
and Ad C1irk it JtAtra JtAtraI JtAtraMARK Atom AtomMARK AkFG AkFGMARK
f t
A xaONo O Sept 9Th IM DeiMerat DeiMeratte t tIe
AKRON A 11 te atateeampai atateeampaibaa state campaign ontn opening Meet Meeting eet eetlag ¬
baa was held in a aeat tent her hereto heretonight to tonight tO tOJIJaht
night addressee being dtfjtver fcjr fcjrTom IWTbm hiTom
Tom I L Johnson Candida ean41u4it ean41u4itor candidati tester toe gevcmy gevcmyor
or John E Clarke candidate tetor tetorator for t tatm sfen sfenator
ator and Henry George Jr of New NewYork life lifeYork NewYork
York The crowd at the thee1Itimated meetta inetinf was wasestimated w westimated
estimated at MM 3iO In his speech Mr MrJohnson JIrJ
Johnson J hD80n said Id In part partWe partWe S S
We have in this th campaign alp three threegreat tJIftegreat threegreat
great questions to present to the peo people Peo eo eoi4 ¬ S
ple pI of Ohio These are the questions qe tlel Jl of ofhome orhome ofhome
home rule equitable taxation taat andthe andthedestroying aM ijie ijiedestroying
destroying of the unholy if not corrupt corruptalliance ertuptalliance oscruptalliance
alliance between certain managers na of ofthe ofthe
the Republican party and the owners ownersof 018ot SS SSof
of valuable valua e special privileges privilegesThe S
The city of Cleveland furnishes f an anexcellent anexcellent n nxceUent
excellent illustration of the Issues of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Democratic party in this campaign campaignCleveland campaignCleveland icn
Cleveland Cl veland has become know as the themost themost themost
most completely enjoined city in Ohio
Since I have been n mayor fifteen ft injunc injunctions iDjctlona lnjgpctions ¬
tions have been n issued edlnt against tb t v city I
in the Interests of the 1WD1II owners tof ofble f valu valuable vkiable ¬
able ble special privileges prtvtmi like the tbe5street tbe5streetrailroads street streetrailroadsand
railroadsand railroads and the gas and electriccom electriccompanies electric eIectrIcpanlell coeit coeitponies ¬
ponies And after each injunction InJII Cti a II the
Democratic pluralities have been larger largerthan r
than before beforeI S
Xannas XaJmauSenator Sus5h5Senator SchsasM SchsasMSenator
Senator Hanna who Is finanCially financially1Interested d8li
Interested in some of these public serv ¬
ice corporations with the aid of Attor Attorney tUtorne ¬
ney ne General Sheets has been be able to toprevent toprevent
prevent the city from compelling thepablle the thepublic thepublic
public service corporations to pay their theirJust theirjust theirjust
Just share of the taxes and has so far
blocked the establishment of a 3ceot 3ceotfare Joeatfare 3centfatc
fare street railroad to compete with wIthal1l his his5cent his5cent
5cent fare monopoly monopolyThe monopolyTbe
The last injunction issued against
Cleveland C veland strike at the very liberties of
the people Senator Hanna through t this thisattorney thlsattolDeY thisattorney
attorney general secured an injunction
from the supreme court restraining tb tbpeople tile tilepeople thepeople
people of Cleveland from expressing ex their theiropmton tIaeIrpInion theirpinion
pInion as to whether they would operate
their own electric light l t plant pl at or allow allo it
to be operated for fo private profit The In ¬ S
junction prevented prev ted the election electionICust eltidioftXuat electionMust
Must Dodge Injunctions InjunctionsThe
The municipal code which was f fon foisted foistedon S Son
on all the municipalities of the state stateBoss stateBoa fl flBoa
Boa Coxs board plan of goyment t
by some slip had left in it a p provsn al alIdwlnc silowing
lowing cities to have their tb lr own ownplant oWDeIecb1c oWDeIecb1cplantU electric electricplant
plant plantU If II they desired de it It was wasan waacertalav waacertalavan < rt1h rt1han
an oversight If the th men who made the thecode thecode
code had only thought of it ItUey they would 00111
have left us In the same position as we weare weare e eare
are now In in respect to street railways railwaysThe ran railwaysThe
The state laws are now such suc as to make ake
it impossible Im ble to build a municipal m street streetrailway streetrailway > t tbut
railway but it to not impossible lbJe to t e build builda
a municipal electric plant if ifyou you are sm smcessful itoceistul
cessful 4J enough to dodge the injunctions injunctionsSenator < S SSenator
Senator Hanna i is standing for vfaH vfaHcation i itttonHe ication
tttonHe cation He stand for vindication of that thatvariety Uwtva that t tvarie
va varie variety of municipality l1IId lpelit ownership ow lMbi which
thrown throu tae ship subsidy an propose JUO to pay v
Into S ° J the po pocket k t of Mr Bannas friends friendsannually triliDdstA ftlsndaeo1V
> tA annually J Jta aMD
1Iid e tAna8 < ta ds mm opposed eo1V t 11
towing 1O lng the people of CtoWwuri
their will as to whether Utey dialie quant 11ft 11ftelectricU anelectric n nelectric
electric electricU light < ht plant I wilt warbe be satisfied satisfiedwith tiiliedwith
with the verdict of the voters votersClark vo voClark votrsGlaztV
ClarkMr GlaztV Clark Address AddressMr
Mr Clarkes adderss s was In part as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows followsContinue followsLet
Let well enough ough alone Stand StandContInue et
Continue to stand pat Hands off For ForGods ForGodlI ForGods
Gods sake keep letting < well en enalone enough enourhalone enoughalone
alone This in his own language is fc fcsum Is the thesum
sum of the political wisdom wtsdo 1aF2 am states statesmanship Ite8manshlp sttssmanship ¬
manship in which Senator Sena Hanna nlta has hasgiven hatstven huegiven
given counsel to the people of tins state stateand stateand stateand
and nation for several years as a if for forsooth forth forsooth ¬
sooth th he thought the national life IIt of this thisgreat thisgreat 5 5great
great people DeOQIe and the busiivess of it woujd woujdstand wOJdstsnd S Sstand
stand still tlll not move at his hi command
The business of f the country has re refused fe fefused wefused ¬
fused to stan sisal J still at Mr Hanna s sIlUnd cent cemmand centmand
mand but on the contrary bas run riot riotin riotIn riotin
in speculation such as was never seen be before ¬ S Sfore
fore an1 an new stands upon what all mrn mrnfear mm mmfear n
fear f r is I the th verge > of ollapse and capital capitaland cata I Iand Iand
and labor halt in daily Jall expectation of a apanto apanka apanica
panto panka a fear in which the rresident r d t anl amisecretary anlIleCretary anlsecretary
secretary of the treasury tren ury by bY their public publicspeeches publicspeeches
speeches show they the distinctly share s This Tbitcondition Tblcondition Thiscondition
condition has been largely brought about aboutby aboutby
by the disturbance of business bu8i caused by
the th high tariff taxes through which mil millions mitlions ¬
lions Uontof of dollars have been unneoMMurity unneoMMuritytaken un tmnecesaariiytaken lIy lIytaken
taken from the people > and the channel channelof cbaftReIAot
of business and tacked up m the United UnlUHStates UnitedStates fl flStatES
States treasury t ury or loaned out by it to fa favored favored Nvored ¬
vored bank S S STrusts
Trusts Attacked AttackedWhile AttackedVbUe AttackedWhile
While Senator Senat r Hanna ha haut 1b thus been beenirging eernl1J1Pn beenurging
urging Oils is donothing policy there has hasbeen basl baabeen
been l worked out unrestrained lID J our ourcountry Ourcountry ourcountry
country the greatest industrial revolution revolutionof bltlon bltlonof
of modern times which whlbhas has ptaced ced every
branch of business and manufacture an under ander ¬
der control of a form of monopoly which whichall wbkhalJ Whichall
all the world except Mr Hanna agrees to tocall tocall tocall
call a trust trustThe trustThe S
The decision in the Northern Securitiescase Securities Securitiescase
case is proof positive thaI through tbJo all toe toeseven theseven
seven years in which the trusts have liavetaJ seen beentaking seentaking
taking taJ ng possession po IIQIJ of the business ot tnecountry tecountry the thecountry
country there watt ample law if it hat hatbeen aa1been 1 1n
been n enforced to have prevented tae tJaefor tJaeformatton for formation formation ¬
mation of or to have restrained tile ac actions actions actions ¬
tions at least of every trust engaged in ininterstate InInterstate Ininterstate
interstate commerce and moet of the thegreat thegreAt thegreat
great ones are so engaged engagedAs
As A toremedies to remedies in the way of control controlling contTolling controlHag ¬
ling trusts tr t the first is i the taking off of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the tariff from all articles the manufac manufacture manufactare ¬
tare or sale of which la L controlled by a amonopoly amonopoly amonopoly
monopoly and the second e nd the timtttng of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the capitalisation of all corporation oorporadonanged en engaged engaged ¬
gaged in interstate commerce strictly Mdctl to tothe tothe tothe
the value of the property invested investedFictitious iivestedPictitious t tFictitious
Fictitious Capital CapitalThe CapitilThe l lThe
The last I think Is a most sweeping sweepingremedy aweePncremedy sweepingremedy
remedy because be I am a l1 satisfied sati tact ttaatJae ttaatJaescbemes the theschemes theschemes
schemes of oppression are always < worked workedout weikedOut ed edJut
out through fictitious stork that it is t tpay ii iipay < i ipay
pay dividends on such stock that monop monopoly 1IiOIIOpoly mOnopoty ¬
oly prices are always exacted and that thatif the t tif tif
if such could be prevented or If the theital cap
Hal I tal would be limited so that the profits profitswould proDtsould profitsould
would ould show when monopoly menop ly prices pqces aro
being charged the people can be depend depended ¬ S Sed
ed upon to to8uP1tly supply the remedy remedyRepublicans
Referring to the Philippine policy of the
Republicans which he denounced Mr MrClarke drtlarke Mrlarke
Clarke said hf hfth hI was In fa favor or of tpuatlIJC tpuatlIJCt
th t the h < Filipinos immediate independence re reserving TfI TfIsrvtng taserving ¬
serving COUIIT stations which they M Mways have <
Uways ways been bt en ready to grant giantto to the Ont U tTijtd d dStates
States and of ayinr lyI to all the rest of oftJs the thewurid theJrlcl
world Jrlcl Hands offr offrSMOOTH oft < ff ffSMOOTH S
Tcisse Toi Ida Sept eDt 9 9A A man claiming claimingtr S
tr tl be I lo from Colorado and registering nlfb5t ring un und unri Ufl1r
d 1r the nam lt < > f D IX Spencer hfts been beenvictimizing beenli becoioUm1sing
victimizing li etim1 11g the people of o Nam Nampa pa and andPocatello andPocatello
Pocatello with Wi t ii worthless hecks H Hcrev Hrew 1 1tew
crev rew a sight dift at on a Colorado bank bankand bankand bankand
and depcitol dep < sltef1 > it t In the L5auk of Nam Nampa Nampa Nampa
pa This was as forwarded j > and he vas vasgiven wasgiven a agiven
given a check b jlOk i < iek k the bank waiting waitingto waitinto
to hear from th thy trait Saturday 83tlln1a turday night nightand nightand nightand
and and Sunday h by worked < > ff some checks checksabout checka checksatout
about a town und then left f II < > Pocatello Pocatellovlierc Pocatelloilerc Pocateibow
w vlierc hQ ie seems to have passed I mod some somemore som sommore S Smore
more S
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