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COURTS VERSUS VERSUSTHE VERSUSTHE VERSUSS
THE TIlEMILITARY TIlEMILITARYPrisoners MILITARY MILITARYPrisoners MlltTARYPrisoners S
Prisoners of General Chase Re Remain Remain Remath ¬
main Closely Guarded GuardedY GuardedHABEAS GuardedHABEAS
i Y
HABEAS CORPUS CORPUS HEARING HEARINGIK HEARINGDOUETTUL I
DO DOUETTUL TBUL W 01 owIii 6DAIRS 6DAIRSDr
IK Iiijr COLORADO OOXOBADORIPPLE COLORADOt COLORADOC
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jr RIPPLE CREEK Colo Cob Sept SeptWhen 21When 21 Z1I
C I When district court convened to today to today ¬
day Judge Seeds notified Lieuten Lieutenant Lle1ltenant ¬ S
ant T E McClelland acting actin advocate advocategeneral dvocateglreral
general representing Brigadier Gen General enrat sencral ¬ S
eral rat John Chase who 110 is in h command of ofthe ofthe 01the
the troops in this thl district that the mil military mllj mUitary ¬
itary j tary prisoners prl oner for whom writs rttIJ of ofhabeas otha oliabea
habeas ha iabea bt1UI corpus had been issued must be bebrought behou b blrnuht
brought hou < ht into court and ordered him to toproduce toprcduce tcpicduce
produce them at 2 oclock this tbl after afternoon atter1I00n ¬
noon Lieutenant McClelland said d he hewould bewould h hwould t
would deliver the courts order to Gen General Generat ¬
eral Chase and the tb habeas habf > a corpus hear hearing hear1ns hearIng b
S ing went W11 t ov o or r until 2 oclock oclockeneral o clock < k kenea
< > eneral I Chase haee compiled with the or orcUr orIfr ortlr
cUr of f the court the prisoners being beingcKcorted beingHorted t tecorted
cKcorted to the court room by b a strong tlOn tlOnfOI
force fOI of troops The hearing hearln was not notcompleted notornplEtNI notO1flpietd t
completed when court adjourned until untiltomorrow until1mnrru
tomorrow I mornw The troops encamped about aboutthr aboutthf abouth t
thr th ourt < o rt house are rt still t1I1 holding boldln < the the1iisoners tbe1Jjoners th t triener
1iisoners riener under guard guardUiMiteuant guard1IutfII guardutIt8flt
UiMiteuant 1IutfII utIt8flt nt McCieUand acting nctin advocate advocatetiTal advoectiI dJcatcJeI
JeI tiTal I ral replied He n r read ad from the Pennhants Penn Pennsylvania pnnIntnla ¬
sylvania Intnla supreme court dects4on In the theof thpaNt th
t aNt of 0 Private Wescott f8ott who hot and afl 3
Jiif lllpf > l a striker and was wa acquitted of aflt the thetbtrce tthiharge t
tbtrce of f mnrdor waving Our cape rests restspractically rMhiJfacURl1y retipettIeal1y
practically on that supreme courts court de decision decl dcci ¬
cision cisionAttorney cl lon lonA ionAttnrnry
Attorney A ttrn Murphy then addr addrfd wed the thet th thnmrt thI
t nmrt nirt and HIli Ited the df nVtIMon > of the th i su suS u ul urpm
S > l r rpm ni < > court of ol olraoo rado that waa handed handediJiwn I IS
iJiwn againut Governor Waite when h ht hI hIi < S
t ld 4Mi troonn to the e city of Denver to oust oustih ou I
ih 1 i t It fif Oft nn ILO
city officials ttoun ourt then took a auntil re recs
cs 1 < until tomorrow morroW morning The treopn treopnreturned tr troopireturned IM
returned Tft IIrnt > d to Camp GoM OOIdtJpld field with the theSPaOTACULAB U UliHnen ti tip51FtPncr
liHnen liHnenSPJlOCAOt1LAR S SsPoTaIaa
SPaOTACULAB DISPLAY DISPLAYGeneral DISPLAYGeneral iIsPLAY iIsPLAYGeneral
General Chaae C of Oolorado Xew a aVery t tVery
Very Great Person Personolnrudo PenoJtokorudo PtonOlOado I
olnrudo Springs Sept 21 1A A apctal I i itft
t tft the th hl ciucette izette from Cripple Creek says va
Th < habeas orpua proceedings proc lnll hi the tb e elle4trlet i itJiMtrlet
omtrUt court today tochl in the cases r sea of MIl W
y Jtiirv fur prisoners Drt oner in confinement at Camp 1
lioicjrn olcJJ bad all the > npectacular r settings eUIa oj o
milItary dtxplay dl pla At the monlln morning sesrion c ion t0I i
Judge J IJdgt d ed5 ds absolutely refused to listen I
i
to anv Itn ircuroent rcu t In the absence 1Men = of the theurisoncrs Uttlrifloncr tL tLtriMoner >
urisoncrs and An adjournment waa taken takenuntil tak It Itmitt i I
until 2 i > m Previous Iou to 0 that a heavy bav r
jiiHrd t rl1n rl1nr oc u r troop was placed la around the tb I rI
= rt o oJi tbIi
IxiMtncr
containing the court room and andHt an anHt Ii I
Ht Ji r ia 1 > the t he four prisoners p lIOnpr for or whom writs a
had heen n Issued ud were brought in under underKutrda undercuPrdll undegurda r ar
Kutrda Kutrdahen cuPrdllhn gurdahen
> hen < ourt convened Lieutenant Llt > utfnant Me M
< Ullnnd read d a supplementary luDPhm ntary return McE lo loti 10t1 V E >
ti tis > writ of habeaa ha R corpus in this he hel h haim VC C
< l lsilmed aim lmed tho t th hf fir teat t jurisdiction over the theroiiitiirv themllitar th hC C
roiiitiirv j IJrlllonell > rl onen iwvlng 1IR lng that General Generalthiiso thii ii II I
thiiso I hse wi > In full r till authority rut r by virtur Generaf rt of oft 0 01P f
t 1P IIA I exrnftlye X I order of Governor rte Pea e
1 lv h5 HIIII HIX hud ubsolute authority In PeaC the theM thotI tb C
M t Uiitlon 1 uI iii tlnn bv b right which Governor tbr r
r rltbody nbody gave tivt him wiien be ord ordered GovetnoC > TBd the th thS h heft C
S tr > ot > a t eft the dl < H Ibtrlet trlct trlttMI < trlctAttomov I
Attomov tMI t t taSv Murphy MI1r Murnh b wa waa then recognfXfJ reo recogntJI J Jlht
b i lht ho curt Iur urt t and ttrtiteat mte t 4 wh gsinet the rhpHirtlnl thetnirtai p ptnlrt1
Hirtlnl jnav < rr v Ok OkT1W aojdS oJUieAajihijUlfi w
< > niT T1W flL 1t < culllt oti uL an aDnow tCfeM MrnUC4AI ca a ai
i > ni 1 now 110 nor would there thf b b4 any an undue unduemilitary undueinUitttv nduemilitarv
military iliviitay Attorney Attorn Murphy Mur = then thenm OwnmM
m mM 1 < Ie o ti t motion mot Inn to omnh the mppteioen mppteioentnrv np n ntH
tnrv tH writ and ni the military attorney attornf PIg 5lcnlfied PIgifted IC
nlfied Ilpd that they th thc were ere ready to argue artf e the themotion themotion theintlon
motion tn uuash uuashAt UUIIMAttornv tiunahtttrnv
At Attornv > rnv for the oHsonern related r4Ja the thefibpancf theFihalltp thet
t fibpancf ot o their petition of this thl MOrn
Inc Attorney Y Murphy said the t four fourorifionrni fourr fourrteiieTa
orifionrni r rteiieTa lIrlfl held were Wf cltlmen of the Unit UnltoJ
oJ < at Rtllt Statea a tea and were being Illegally nle 1Jy de
trfhiMi without warrant He It further furtherM furth furthertjitl < r rollif1
M ollif1 f l that the t dutie dut of the militia were wereVTV 1nt 1ntr werevrv
VTV r limited that there are n certain lines IbtetJn1 linesS
S bv b > vond n1 which if they go o they th trespass trespassiimm
iimm 71 UT the law lawTliprf 11Thprr lawr1ere
Tliprf Is wild he 00 no law permit
t tinc III the I militia to subjugate thfc t civil an t
tliorty tliortySENTRY t thort
SENTRY K3TOOKBD DOWN DOW
Alum Ala > m Given GfY by Accidental Discharge Dischargeof Diachareof DiaciargeBfts
of Rifle RifleVictor ntAsdQr BftsS
Victor S dQr I or Colo Sept SI tWhat What In I be be1i
1i 1 by b the military authorities uthorttl to have
l 111 > < ii t n L preconcerted attack on the th atrat trM
l tn < n Independence j mine was frustrated frustratedct
1
5 6 j < ct t iil itght ht by l y tfc t the aNldea1tal HHd rttal 41 4inehrg harav of ofH ofIi
H rifle As the sentry ntry posted in the th rail railriii ratlr
riii r of trukfll rack below the l Independence was waav w ww
v Hiking klnllr hlK hi beat be t he noticed three or four fourm foulTn11
m Tn11 > M cting > suspiciously fIIUS lfioual and as he was wasiipprnaching wallf wasipprnitehing
iipprnaching f pprnttrhln them he b was suddenly suddenlyIkPi
korkwl It lick IkPi I down by a blow from fro a rock on
ti t II side ide of f the t hf head hcadi hdIll
Ill i ta he h fell f lI his h rifle rt In none manner r was
discharged Ii hart ha rged d This alarmed the other otherfinl otherJlard otherLtrd
finl Ltrd and anda as the corporal and Other de
I tniip I i j II C rushed down to the snot they found
t th h man ma n lying 1ln < unconscious MIA aacall aacalliiiifs n 11jiits
iiiifs 1111 ts were rfl seen running away by b the t son ¬
try tr on n the next beat h hilt t they were out outsight nutuf
uf < 1 sight too soon n to permit of accurate accuratei
i l tlng tlngIt In InI
It IF claimed that the Portland estate estaten e talII
I > n which union miners are 8 employed is 1 1ng
V lorin ing ng made the base of operatfamK ratenll by the tbtrikMI
Mrikm f rikMI r i k ra and a nd General Bell 1I savtf aoj YlfUlftt that here herot
t nrr er thin property Propt > rt will be patrolled pat 1Jed and andIfonTJnion ADdlItrolitd nd ndntrlled
lItrolitd lItrolitdt ntrlledSA3PLSTART3D
t SAXPLJb SA3PLSTART3D ST T1iD tlr tlrNonUnion
NonUnion Xea X Beiny Employed at atGolonulo
Golonulo Springe Springelor t
5 > lor lorado do Springs Tolo 010 do Sept pt 21 IThe ITheIT11Ifr The
F in IT11Ifr pier at theJMandard Ute aIandard oo rd mill hi Colorado
c tiv t V has reninned Ifd operations This Th1811 Is II al 1 1f
ways H preliminary f I ItIft step to a resumption
f twrt > > ratf < njs at a t the tZalo tZalond tttU tU and nd ndIoNI it is be b
I ivpf IoNI d that th t an attempt will be made to
t trt art rt up tho t th h plant again in a few day
All ahhungh nhMi hKh > tn Mir he manakement will neither
oiifirm nor deny thm The Th mill has hs re re
clv fte M < fl several 1Iffr I carloads of ore from the
cricile C rh rilJe Cmek distrkt rtt in 0 the past lit few
days I II Tin operators claim da that the
Mart IIrUnJt Ing of the sampler 1Op1fr with nonunion nOlIun 10ft
men in I another victory for them while
ih 1110 strikes maintain that it baa ha no sig 1g 1gNONUNION ¬
nificance nificanceNONUNION i fIllnC fIllnCNONUNION
NONUNION MAN DIESAFTERJBEING DIESAFTER DIES flIESAFTERBEING
AFTERJBEING AFTER AFTERBEING BEING STRUCK STRUCKl STRUCKbJiHnapolt STRUCK1dLnnapolta
l bJiHnapolt > lU < napolls lad Sept pt 21 1WflUam WflUam H Hnlino HuIin
< nlino lIn an n employe of the Parry Mann ManniHiuring ManuturhIK Mannturliig
iHiuring turhIK company lOmp n and a nvn oooll14On < unM > n man manvi manY
vi Y I assaulted on the stnet lat night nightni
h > a ni millJ < ii supposed PP to be a union unionrrirr n bod bodarrlfr f
rrirr Colllna refused it to said id to
1 i ii04U tS 14UW USC the respective n merits m of unionism
and nonunionism m with bin assailant lant The Th
Hitr hi t I r xtrmk Collins < 0111 < > Uln a vtclouA blow en nfl1ge
1 1il 1ge c head h < ad The blow hi ow and fall caused con
c tisiIn s Kli of 0 the I hO brain from which Coiffns
d died e l today todayTTLLKAK todayTTTT todayTTtLJA
Q
TTLLKAK TTTT V A X MTJltDBB CASE
Lexington S r Sept nIn the
of James H pllman nllra TlIlman charged with case the
murder of N H
Gonzales the th grand Jury Jur
today re recmllWncJd < immended that the th local crlai
L jurtl cases be heard before the TlUmsn
y C e eTho
The Th proso pJOtfut 0r0s04L1ttOn uJioii Ion will oppose the
canv ¬
lug out of the t recommendation recommendationWRECK rPCOlDJDendatlonwr
wr r rWBECX
4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4
+
1 4 WBECX DC COLORADO COLORADORocky OOLORADOn + 4
+
4
+ Rocky n Ford Colo Sept 21 21i i + 4 S
+ Santa Fe pa passenger entr train i No Noran 602 602ran + S
+ f ran into the > rear end nd of an extra 4
+ f freight frEl < bt train one mile mi west of + 4S
S + Rocky Rock Ford telescuping five 4S
cars canof 4 f fof S
+ of the thetrelaht freight train A tank of oil 011exploded 4S + 9S S
S + 4 f exploded setting fire to the > wreck 1efk 1efkncJnfer 4 +
+ f Knglneer John lad4an Ma < ldi an who 4 4 + 4S S
+ f Jumped Jum d from his hi engine nlne was badly 4 +
+ f hurt Mrs Mr K F L prake Drake of Alva 4 + f
+ 4 ORla kla was wa severely er + fy bruised and andt andtlIom f ssome fsome
+ some lIom other lhCr pa wingers badly shak ehakn 4 4enui f fen
+ en enui n u 4 f
+ + + + + + + + t + + + +
ROOSEVELT TOMEET TOMEET TO TOMEET
MEET LEADERS LEADERSWar
f
War Upbrj Foreman Miller May MayBe MayB MayBe
Be B Effective EffectiveLABOR Eff EffectiveLABOR ctive ctivelABOR
S
LABOR UNIONS VERY ACTIVE ACTIVEONE ACTIVEONE ACTIVEONE
ONE 3CA3T X WORKING SOR HIS HISSABJDY HISAR BISwY
SABJDY AR Y ITKST ITKSTi PIBTIT
S t I
IT i ASHINOTON Sept pt 21 lTbe The case caseyj caneVy
W yj ta of Assistant A Foreman W A AMiller Atil1er I
Miller of the government print printing prlntI printag ¬
ing I ag eOce e who wb was w reinstated r tatedln in his hisposition btsp binpofU
position p pofU h by b order Oriter rdai at FreaMent Mt4eftt est4eflt ROOM Rooaevelt ROOMveU Rooev14
velt after he had been dismissed be because be becau because ¬
cause cau of his hi expulsion loa from the local
bookbinders union came up for Infor Informal lJatorma informa ¬
mal ma discussion at the meeting today todayof todayof ay
of the executive council c c uneil of the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can Federation of Labor No state statement atatement ttement ¬
ment could be obtained at the conch concltfcston conchIon conciusion
ston Ion of the days daP proceedings from
President Oompers or any member of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the council Jn In regard to the matter matterand matterand maflarand
and the tb usual ual official statements of the
days dOl doings given out after a the meet
Ing completely ignored oftd the JItIb subject subjectA t tnew
A new feature of the case occurred occurredwhen occuNwMn occurr occurrwhen <
when President Wtttmorr tinorc of the Stereo
typers union employed at the govern government gQVnnment governmont ¬
ment printing office of petitioned PresMen p pGomJfn
Gompm In favor of X atlwr IiPr urging pJPtR urginghimt him
d 1 t to give hf the suppert of the fed feeJetoa federation tmtlon ou
to the pel petition It loo fo 0 President t fnt Roosevelt Roosevottasking RooIIeveitatlklng Rooseveltasking
asking for Miller removal seat out outR as asa asa
a memorial fro from th the Ceetralunion mitral Labor Laborunion Laborunion
union of thin city cl dt and which wbl h it is Mid w
President Whir Whitmore more characterised as a
blunder Pr President jd nt Whltmort is a life tifeftif life1mg
kn ftif < Republican and also 11Io one of the most mostprominent IIIG8tprornillPftt mostprominent
prominent union men of the city < It ItEnid is iseaid leraid
Enid that Nome o other r strong tron union m mOO Mftal mOOat n nat
at the government printing office wilt
join Mr Lr WMtmote ttm e in Is his stand
The presidents attitude toward union
lnb 10 labor bftr r came < up before Columbia Typo Typographical oacraphfcal Typographies ¬
graphical union No lOt yesterday Nlterda in the
form f rm of a resolution criticising his course
in the Miller case The Tb purport of f the thewolutton thevolutiGn therpolution
volutiGn wolutton was very eT similar to that thatAdopted thatdopted thatidopted
Adopted and seat t throughout tbrou bou the country
by the th Central Labor union Action on
th the resolution luUon however was indefinitely
postponed followiuir < a statement by a amember amember
member iwr that a conference on the subject Rubfeotwas JIIubJetetttOOn subjectnsa
was soon to be hold ld between President ldent
Roosevelt and prominent ptOmln nt labor leaders leadersand leadersand enIand
and that any action In the meantime meantimewould meanti meantiwould meantimeWOUld
would be inopportune hKlpportunSTRONG InopportuneSTRONG j jSTRONG
STRONG BBSOIiTTTIONS RESOLUTIONSAnother BBOLUTIONSAnother
Another Demand DemandFrtbe Demanciporthe For the Dismiss Dismissal of of ofXJl1er ofMllIer j
Miller XJl1erWallhlQllrton MllIerWashington
Washington Sept 21 IThe The Central la
bor bo union of oftJals
this city tonight took sup up
elemental action la 1 the case of W A i
Miller and nd adopted strong resolutions rwolutionswhich re resolutionswhlh olutiouIwhleh
which were > sent to President Roesevelt Roesevelturainir RoeettveltuninK Roeseveitujn
urainir ujn Millers CjJ r dismiesal The union unionearnestly unionftJDtly unionearusitly
earnestly requests the president to mod
tfv his hl orders orch of last July to Secretary
Cortelyou in which the president Maya
there shall be no discrimination cI rlmlnatlon between betweenunion betweenunion betweenunion I
union and nonunion tabor bor and they fur
thor Petition that W A A MUler assist autatlint aMlstant
ant foreman In the bindery binder of th the gov govemmrat govtenment I
emmrat printimr office be dtncissed to tourotnote toUTOmot I
urotnote the efficiency of the t he service aervI e on onc
chaicae c ebaga4e aiade hy y the bookbinders bookbind union unionwhich Uftlonwhleh
which move his hi unfit unfitness new for a puNIo publltMlvant
servant <
S
J F uHiD LN i E EProbHl
ProbHl gf Lltae JI s at atS atChicago
S fA fAhlkO
Chicago Sept 1 ZE5ai r Bpr two days the t po
H lire e have been searchhic weare aearehh for Arthur Ka Jo a
too the 11yearold 1JY Iold sen of C W Wj Baton Eatenid
id < 4F lit Waahinaton boulevard andtonight and nd 1tonlght tonl bt
al his Jeodv was found floating In Lake Lakemate
Mlehlaan Two or young EatonlII pJa pJamat
mate fd declare e that the boy while play pla
inx with them was ached 1Md and nd dragged
away a Wa v by Albert A I btrt Shape who acouted a
Young oun Baton of stealing 15 ShuN Shu ban
boon arrested and M several oT his bl con
fllctlnK stories as a to his bl whereabouts wh abou
when the bov bo disappeared d have > been
Woven etI false f It Is l thought by b the > par r ¬
pats ot the boy that Shupe fragged the
boy to the lake and threw him in J the
w WIItfllll tr There to no direct < t proof of this thl t
however IIowe
2
S THREE WILL DIE DIEPlve DIEFhr
Plve Fhr Pecaofts su Injiixed Inj red by a Runaway
I Horse HorseGullotln H rH rHCAlIaU
I Gullotln Tenw 1kJt S lio pt M JA A runaway S
horse h orse attached to a delivery
mashed s tt three vehicles vcIC = here fgl fglnoon this wagon after = ¬
noon n oon seriously injuring five ve pervons
thr t hree fatally fatallyje
je J ue injured d Mrs Smith right arm
broken b roken hurt internally Inta Jy will < lie Miss
Hattie Smith left thigh dislocated d1Rocat Ma 101 ¬ i
mie I Smith aged ag C years y skull fractured
both bot hips dislocated will 1 die Miss M Motile
Saddlock intrnil Int2r 1 injuries will die W
Watson wounds on head
Miss Saddlock was WII In a Surrey y jrHh h
four f our other young ted lade s all of whom were werewore
wore orfl or less hurt The Th horse while whileSWINDLE
hitched bttalle frightened at a a tO toy
balloon balloonSWINOlE b alloonSWINDLE
SWINDLE PRACTICED PRACTICEDINWESTERN PRACTICEDIN
S WESTERN IN CITIES CITIESBoston CITIESDoeton CITIESDqeton
Boston Sept SI lThe The investigation InVNU investigationmto < auon auonto
bUo I mto to the check swindle on the Boston
A Northwestern Street Railway Rallwa sys ayaern fa ¬
tem te t which came to light t last week lia ha hased
led l the police to thebelief the belief that fully
onehalf o Vie he conductor 4uctOlll on this tbl system
have been guilty of tradla trading < in bogus boguschecks beKUfIcMea
checks c at one or another anot er time ttm during durin durinthe
the t he past three thea1S years The police ex expressed exprened ¬
pressed the belief that the fraud will
be found to extend to other railway
systems ay s teme including those in some west western WelJtern westcnn ¬
ern cities citiesPresident cltlefPreeldnt citiesPresident
President Sullivan of the Boston It
Northwestern NorthwlSt m Street railway says that
the losses from the counterfeit trans ¬
ten checks would not amount to 10000MYSTERY 10000 10000MASTERY
MYSTERY ABOUT IT ITJCrs ITXu IIXr
JCrs Xr Bxnenoa Still StillInsUtts Insists a a Burglar BurrlarShot BurglarShot
Shot 5 ot Her HerBoise KenBoise
Boise Ica I a Sept a AA A special to the
Statesman from Mllner Mil says
Mystery 1IblMerYataU still surrounds the shooting of r
Mm II Em Emerson taon flbn Sb has as insisted from the
flnjt rllrt t tJwt at she 1w was shot h Cby by n burfiTar burl
Thta no doubt led fIId to the report sen sent Dt by
her father fath to relatives r lati s In Shoshone Mr
Goodln C is doing d all h can n to get at
tht true situation Th The > tenor ocor or Is at the
bedside e of hl hla wife Dra 9t Steely fy an and nd < l Cas Castl Ca Caatie
tl tie have IaC returned iu h Pocatello PoclIt lIQ D Dr
Kllnman Kl lnman ia still tln In attendance aUndeneeI attendanceTHOUSANDSPFMEN attendanceTHOUSANDS
I e eTHOUSANDS I
THOUSANDS THOUSANDSPFMEN THOUSANDSPFMENWILL OF MEN MENWILL MENWill
WILL BE OUT OF WORK WORKPhiladelphia WORKP WORKPiladelphla
Philadelphia P delphla Sept ZLMorv than 3060 3060men 3000men 301i1men
men now employed at the Pencoyd iron ironworks Ironworks Ironworks
works in this thl dry will be thrown out of ofwork ofwork olwork
work r lthlif two weeks All the depart departmentn department departments
mentn of the th plant with the possible ex exception 11 11fption ¬
ception of the bOner shop will fII beeomo S
idle id by b Jan 1 The Th 1nun Immediate iate cause cau of ofthe ofthE ofthe
the shutdown Is said to be lack of or ¬
ders tor the th work turned out by the steel steelmill steelmill steelmill
mill The rb Pencoyd WOTHO are a part of
the American Bridge company P8nl which in
turn in a r Nart art of the United States tates Steel Steelcorporation 8ttelcorporation I
corporation corporationBRUTE corporationBRUTB 5orporaUonBRUTE
BRUTE DEGRADED DBGBADEDBerlin DEGRADEDBerlin
Berlin rlfn Sept ZlA dispatch from Kiel Kielgives Klegives L
gives an indication of the th views view of
Prince Prln Henry of Prussia Prus la on the ill treat treatment tnatm4Dt treatmint ¬
mint of soldiers and nd sailor onr A machin ¬
lilt turned Dittmer belonging to the thecruiser therrule thEcruiser
cruiser rrule Wittelsbnch was recently ntb tried I
for badly badl > abusing a subordinate 8U atf and was WIUItnlfuUd
stntPiiced to undergo tI rlo twentyone t t one days tla iayB iayBS l
detention Th The papers went before Prfnco S
Hnr Il nrv who tonight ht ilorld dfldd ci that the th > irn I
tincc tn uf Dittmar should be degradation dgradUnj
> > > < j
1 i ITS HAR HARMlMss HARMI4SSI f THOUGH
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Chief Justice u stice Lores ree of Delaware Says Every Ev ry rticfpant f Jticjpa tina tinatY ina inaLynching inaLynching
Lynching tY hl g Is a Murderer and Should ShQ Id Be BeRg BeRga Rm Rmorously RgA
a A orously Prosecuted Prosecutedwhich
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w VV N of the Deia Deiaw1
w1 peme enrt today deliv dclivered
ereel a trOiLg IiliO to the graD4 jury jurywhich UI7 UI7whleh
which toeOBeMLering I g tb the criminal work workof workof workof
of the cA onpa5t ftp courts Alter reciting recitingthe reclU reclUtbe ree1tlnthe
the details detalbfol of the murder on June Juneof Juneof IL ILof
of Helen Bishop Dt by George WhIte and andthe andthe andthe
the 0tthse u1setlU llt u Mt lyjtcMagief aclug iItt sI IK WhIM by a aiapb aJlMb atb
iapb Justice Lores sablj said k1
S SS SVh1
j S 8 Vh1 S f Hp Jlrtfe gvtwI any the tI fewje lawIHs w andf and andOt
Ot V Jt chta5 1 1f1dj Mitt44 Mitt44thi
f thi state t L I > frnlr fif J JItgIdMt 5 crro Tbte Tbtengnihst 1 1agwMMt
agwMMt the tbeJay law of both God and man manEvery man manEvery I IEver
Every wilful nful participant parUcl nt in such an actis act netis
is a murderer No man has a right to tocommit tocommit
commit crime because he believes or
ft hrs ars that some other person n who whoenttEt r J
entrusted entrut with th thp execution of the
Denver Colo Sept 21 ItThe The Populist Popultatta4e t tcmvntlon
state convention today nofnJtaUed eft Die District Da Datrtet Dienict ¬
trict t Judge Frank W Owen of Lead Leadvllle LeadvlUe Leadme
vllle v me for justice j of tho th Jlt
vR supreme t4pr Ptetne me owirt G
Resolutions R olutIon were adopted condemning concleJIIRI
in i n the moat mnoai vigorous terrai tin tI present pN ent
Republican l blleau state administration Ildmtnlatrauonnd and nd
i afco ii 10 ao denouncing the Democratic Dem rallc party
because b ecauae u Its recent state t te convention
failed f 1cd to denounce dIioU cc the use of the mill
tary t st7 Y at Cripple Creek The resolutions
way s ay ayi
wayVe
i We Ve condemn the Republican state
administration a as corrupt vacillating
incompetent I and infamous t ftlmou and as a
crowning c proof of its infamy we point
to t o the conditions in i Cripple Creek
where here the mint nul la has been n farmed out outke
like li ke Hessians to the Iie mine owners in
akl 1 of a conspiracy t to break a strike strikeBAD
BAD MAN MANWELL WELL ARMED ARMEDMurderer ARMEDMurderer ARMEDMurderer
Murderer Madison at Large LargeSomewhere largeSomewhere LargeSomewhere
Somewhere Along Atongthe the Kan KansasNebraska KansasN KansasNebraska ¬
sasNebraska sasN ebra skaLin8 skaLin8Smith Line LineSmith LineSmith
Smith Center nt < Kan Sept 21Peopte 21Peoptethroughout I
throughout t this section Ht of d the state are re
in I n terror over the acs a of Thomas l Mad Madiron MadIon Madron areS S
iron I ron charged with the recent triple mur murder murd muren ¬
der d en hi this tl county tOUIIt Madison has suc succeMsfnhy 811ccCll8fuhy succesefutiy
ceMsfnhy eluded Iud tf both of offleers flows and blood 9ij ¬
hounds thus far but it to thought that i
he is somewhere in the vicinity of r
Cowles Cowl Neb about fifteen ftft miles It1 from
the t he Kansas Ka Hoe Word received here to to ¬
day says 78 Madison to armed with two re revolvers revohfCII revolverp ¬
volvers and plenty of ammunition 8nll nftloD and andthat andthat I
that t he had held up a number of people INOP
threatening th t tm1nc to hoot them If they told of oi S r
his hi presence in the country lOut He en ¬
tered t a farm house e toea h Cowlea Cowl and an I
forced the women to give him a meal
He has stolen a team of horses and andseeme andseem anc I
seem to be thorougrhly at home In the theneighborhood tb
neighborhood Officers 0Cf1 expect to capture ca tur t
Madison within a few hours as the tl say s sbe r tr
he has only nJy temporarily eluded udfld tnem tnemPOSSES lIlemPOSSES tnem5SES
POSSES RETURN AND ANDGIVE ANDGIVE ANDS
S GIVE UP THE SEARCH SEARCHIlairtings SEARCHUalfUn SEARCHflsititmai
Ilairtings Neb Sept 21 Z1TJte The aearrh seure I
for Thomas Madisor Ma ltlOf1 the alleged aJ Kansas Kansasslayer Kantasplayer Kansaislayer
slayer has been abandoned udon d so far as tbc tbcpoiwe Lb LbflOe5 I I101I
poiwe from 101I Nebraska N IIJca and Kansas Kan a are areconcern ar arconcerned l ltOncprnd
concern concerned The men n returned to this tbl I Iplace
place la tonight The Webster county Ne ¬
braska and Smithcounty Smith t1OUnt county Kansas sher ¬ J
iffs Iff are re napsosed to be still en nuaged ar n4 d in ii 1
the search but their whereabouts 1 is un ¬
known A farmer named Harris calltna calltnato caSID caSIDto unC C
to have Hen Madison In the vicinity ea2lmf of n f
Shlckley this evening eYet The fugitive was we a I
in a cornfield He HeI was provided with a i 1
hor hOIlltpp horsempposedtt supposedly Mdt one of the two atol stolci n m I
last Friday FridaYand and a all Harrris approached I
he mounted and rode rod away awaySt I
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4 t 4 1 1UTAX
+ UTAX DAY + i i
4 + 1 1St
+ St Louis Sept 21 21John John Q Can Cannon an + I Inon
4 + non secretary of Utahs commis commlalon + t tsion I Idon
+ don to the Worlds fair requests requeststhat + l
+ that Oct 20 1904 be designated as 41 41f + I Irtah I I
+ f rtah state day for which occasion + f I Ispecial I
+ f special efforts wttt he made look 4 I j
4 + ing In < to a typical fruit exhibit poe 41 + I Ielbiy i
4 sibly Ibl military participation and nd ndother 4 I Iother I
4 + other features of interest Oct O tO 20 4 I i I
+ J904 will probably be assigned to +
+ Itah as requested + p I
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law will fall or orformance has In the per per4aMw erlormance performence ¬ S
formance of isis d dtT tItrer
tT trer Her the Jaw Jawright kwrlgb 4aMw w what our ournttlH S
right are and in inthat 1fttNt h main we e lind lindthat owL d dthat L
that they are fairl fairlforced fairlt aiasd and en enforced eRtoreed enforced ¬
forced No humRa humRaMpMB h iunsaa l orhuiimn or hu huenut in institutions tntltntlon iniditutlons ¬
stitutions are perfee Thai Me 1 1able ron Velasoable
able man will expect expectLynching expectLynching t tLynching S
Lynching and ara mob b av W t tMOtetS that thslV pro promoters 1 1moteta ¬
MOtetS and enceuragetk eneU eneouPe Whether Whetb ttift they tIMtpbe theilbe
be of high or 1iFtti I Icelve lo 4dd aftoiftd sSdeelve re receive ¬
ceive no faver M Infe tie htunt has of ofthomrhtful o oUlcmstrtful
thomrhtful and andm yemust ye petmuM I
must m hegovw 1Ie gonrn gonrnment o oJtr in inAD
oJtrIf
ment TlwThi If IfAD S eIV
AD history hf teaches teachesCf at jtfitvi tlfM tlfMt ffef ffefof 1
of t mob law hI is the end ot free freemeat Jlreemut oess
meat Obedience O edlence to law I w Is f I Ibroth tAe oesst lire lirebr liftbroth t
broth br th of our republic republicTo
To you the people Jook for he faith faltiiful taltrul
ful fearless IJ and honest JUscharge Ms huke of ofyour 01 01your r ryour r
your duty dut They Thek ek notCtDere notnMg mere and andexpect andexpect ant I Iexpect
expect nothing nothlft less r t v
COLORADO GOLORADOPOPUlISTS POPULISTS PUT purup purupDWERS PUTUPOWERS UP UPOWERS
OWERS FOR THE SUPREME SUPREMEBENGH SUPREMEBENGHI E BENGH
I
I Tbc h he resolutions reIK luUo declare tht thai the Ui a
I troops t were ordered to the jltetrict jltetricted iSetrIc let ct t
where ab absolute quiet and JMMleeexlt peace exist existed
ed in defiance of all principles et law la
and a nd justice and adds addThe addsuThe addsThe
I The only on 1 dellance and obstruction it ito
S to t tS o the ordinary process proct > ss ot the court courtof eouruot g
S of o f Teller county Is I made by th tM tm militia ltta lttaand I Iand
i and those responsible for Its presence leSellCand peeseneand
j and conduct are therefore ther fore directly dtre Uy in ii 11
insurrection I against In t the government govJ4n mt of o f
I the t he state of Colorado ColoradoWe ColoradoI ColoradoWe
I We therefore demand the theimI1edlate immediate e
punishment of the rebels ul mistier the law lx V Vand
I and the impeachment h eahm nt
j of the
I K governo vernm 1 1oC
of the state as soon as possible O
If The convention was as called to order t
I in i n the ordinary of the Brown Paiae C
hotel at t 2 oclock this thl afternoon atter and andj ILfi ii
I j S was In session s MJIon about three threeheurs hours h ls A AFEDERAL i L
B B Gra Gray of Denver presided presidedFEDERAL presidedFEDERAL
FEDERAL GRAND J JURY JURYTwo JUR JURTwo < URY URYTwo
Two Former Law Officials of the thePosts lhePostf th 0 0Postal
Posts Department Under UnderSuspicion UnderSuspicion UnderSuspicion
Suspicion SuspicionWashington SuspicionWuftla SuspicionWtahIogton
Washington Wuftla ioa Sept epL lTh 1ThJ gsend lsnd 1MI J inc incwhIch 10 y
which 11 < wa Wa considering the peetoffice peetofficecasts oftlte oftlteeu
eu casts reassembled bled today but Adjourned adjourn rned rnedmtll d duntil
until Wednesday day without a ailn t n
Evidence will be presented d rantroing r raintrdin rtHn
I the case of the former law It officials oliJr of i
the government Vtrnment and nd fresh fr h indictments of ofa ofa
a former chief Of bureau burenuand and a prominent pWNftlp > t
i New York contractor recently indicted 1
together tOjlf are are likely likelyNew m likelyNew el
I New w York Sept 21 21Tn Tn the exa examination tbatlon In
today tot1aof of Maurice < Rankle nkle the t1l N N6w aw w York Yorkmerchant Ye Yemerchant
merchant m rchant Indicted with August W Ma Machrn Maand Mi Miehen
chrn and Thomas McGregor for feral fs alleged allegedcomplicity allegEcomplicity teaed
I complicity in the postal scandals Com Commissioner Cpumissioner ¬
missioner HttoheocK repeated hhr h nuihg ruliP
I in the Beavers case that a certified cwtttJedof copy cot
r of an n indictment before a ffderal f era com eonmissloher
I mtosfoner was sufficient proof ta catab I
I I tub probable cause and denied the mo mu 5
tion of the defense 88 for permtaKton per n to tocrumezamine o
crossexamine the governments ornJ1K > ntK wrtueaa wttaee wrtueaaEXCITEMENT 0 0EXCITEMENT L
e is 0 0EXCJTEMENT
EXCITEMENT CAUSED Bt BtFRANCHISE BYFRANCHISE BY BYFRANCHISE
FRANCHISE ORDINANCE ORDINANCEToledo E EToledo
Toledo 0 Sept J 1Tht The franchise eor or I ¬
dinance granting a twentyfhpyeftr t1entFfk fRr ar
franchise fra ehhle to the th < Toledo Railways Rail 4fe J I4ght I ht
company which had been vetoetl veto 4 Jay the theI themayor ti timayor
mayor was tabled tonight Jay the cow
cli I A great crowd gathered thred tUUng C Ute
corridors dora and overflowing late the
streets I Red fire was burned fr frffJT ly mit on t t
akin eni ntf the crush Inside brokvlla 1arok 1 sev so ¬
oral era I glass doors opening from t the coun con ¬
cil chamber chamberTh chamberJa chamberrho
Th Ja oompanys solicitor annouaead IUU10b annoim that Ut gt t tId
lfw Itosld Id ld net accept the ordtnaROeTafld olna aed tt1 1 It
waa tabled taW by unanimous vote
After the ti be i
may < had made an n address 3ddr tt thT the crowd cop eti 1
went away aw quietly quietlyf quletJyt t
+ + f + 4 4FIBB + t + t + + + + + + + + + + + +
+
+ f ITR Fma AT PHOMONTOHY PHOMONTOHYOgden +
+
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+ Ogden Sept 21 nDeta Details f a +
+ fire at Promontory Point 0 th the +
+ Lucin cutoff have ha e reached here + I
+ f The fire was started in the th coal coo I +
+ bins be by spontaneous combustion o +
+ T and the entire bins with thalr thairi coal +
+ were destroyed de causing a toes of + f II
+ 10000 The freight and storage +
+ f houses and camp hO
hougp were 1 re + f
4 twice on fire but the mefiki meA cald < 4
+ ed In saving gatIn them themri T T7 S + S 1
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t
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BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAYOF OF CHICAGO CHICAGOEverything CHICAGOEverything J
Everything Ready For Centennia CentenniaCelebration CentenniaCelebration I
Celebration Beginning Next NextSaturday NextA
A
S Saturday SaturdayChicago SaturdayClllcttp
Chicago Sept IL nCommittelS Cooimitte Cooimittecharge in inebarge I
charge of Chicagos centennial celebra celebration e celeb l ltion ¬
tion which will ill begin next Saturday Saturdayand Satwda7aU1d 7
and last until the following tol Thnd TtnInIdtQr TtnInIdtQrnight ThUr5dnight jr jrnight
night reported today that the preJnth preJnthinary preihae
inary details were practically praetlcaUyRDd complete completeand oSneP e
and issued a programme for the six sixdays sixToda si
days Today Toda Invitations were sent eOt for forthe toru ft mc
the banquet of mayors which will take takeplace takepaeat tai taiplace e
paeat place At the Auditorium A ullorhtm e 8M Thursday Thursdaynight Th1llliHla7nbt Thairads 7 7L
night nbt bet 1 More than SOM I eN tavit tavitticns tnvltatkm Invititktng L
ticns have been tamed J ed for or the Daugh Daughtens Daughtens
tens of the th American Am Revolution anRevolutlontloD rocep roceptkm
tkm at which w ch many ny of the thewm Member MemberwHl menebeS M
win appear In gowns of le 1 lOt yamraiise yamraiiseOr y yOrantf YenTW YenTWI S
Or ffJejUirdw night the t cejntennial cejntennialdlaptoy cinbemibht a 1 1a I
Orantf a Te fl flIMI
IMI j jtJIIIpIay
M4ftdIIIPhIY dlaptoy of O red fire firedred fir e etired su
dred tons of the tMM h hVm lntlo5mnsahie ii aMe meb nmiertal nmiertalwin 51 i
win blaze from the roofs of ofscores sevetsd sevetsdscores seven a 1
scores of the tallest buildings in the thedewntowH U
downtown district and for thlrtyrnln thlrtyrnlnutes thirty min minute mu 1 ¬
ute sites the th city will seem to be strug struggling strugtng ¬
gling tng with a disaster dt a t r similar to that thatwhich tltatwhleh titi t
which resulted re ulted in almost total destruc destruction dl truc trucUGn r ¬
tion thirtytwo years ago The scene scenejudging Oefteju4gtn noen C >
judging from tests recently made on onotfe onoC n I
ode of the high buildings will be thrU thrfHliigln thrtuligln thrUIi I
liigln the extreme and the display 11 p1a will willsurely willrely wi Ii
surely rely prove an aweInspiring specta spectacle apectadtt L ¬
cle dOS S
S CHARITABLE DEED DEEDMrs DEEDMrs
Mrs Nation Shows ShowsHer Her Faith a1th by Her HerGood HerGood B BGood tr
Good Works WorksNew WorksNew
S New York Sept 2iMrs IMr Carrie Na Nation Nation N Nuie a ¬
tion t today deeded over certain valuable valuableproperty yaJuabiepropert uie
vahmatIn I
property to a charitable organisation in inKansas InX
Kansas X nlia She is now no writing a a play n nwhich nwblrh
which she will 111 appear II Dear herself be lt as the thedefender theudft i
udft defender nder of homes and advocate total totalabatlnerfce totaltne1ke tot 5 l
abatlnerfce abatlnerfceThe tne1ke tne1keThe
The roeertv Mrs rtI Nation surrendered surrenderedconsists urrenderedcnts d
consists of a handsome building and andahont andbout at atabout I a
bout two acres of land in Kansas Kan as City CityKIWn Cit y
K Ken n She Sh turned it over to the Asso Associated ANOelate Ass Assted 0 ¬
elate ted Charities of Wyandotte county Count y
Kansas Ka to be u used ed as a home for tb tbdestitute tbdfllltJtntl t ha
destitute wives mothers moth en and children tof of ofdrunkards oftlnlnbms i
drunkards 10 the th exclusion of all 11 others otherI otbet otbethe rS
i I am the onlv life Jff member of the theboard theboarf1 t he
I board of trustees tru te said Mrs Nation aft after after al trt rt ¬
er She he had signed al8 ttod the paper There uThrenine Therearr The Thenine re e
arr nine others to serve threeyear terx terltil terltilNeb ter s sMCO
Neb with election of three ach each year yearMiss yarShort ye yetqU
Miss tqU Short will be the superintendent superintendentthe of oftb ofthe
tb the home and the governing Jov rnlng trustee tru trusteeByron tee is isBvron isBYrotlr
Byron BYrotlr J xlerman cashier of o th the > Clt Clti CftIMIUI C
i IMIUI ns State Sta tbaRkOfKaD8aIllCltyKan tbaRkOfKaD8aIllCltyKanI tbaRkOfKaD8aIllCltyKanSETTLERS bank of Kansas City Kan KanSETTLERS 5t
I S
SETTLERS BURNING BURNINGDEWEY BURNINGDEWEY
DEWEY BUILDINGS BUILDINGSColby BUILDINGSColby I I e Q
Colby Kan Sept 21Conalderal ± 1 lCon Considerable Considerabletrouble lderablc lderablctroUf I C CtroUble
trouble troUf le is being Ing experienced with the thesettlers theMUler t lie
settlers who persist in committing committi nit
depredations de on the Dewey ranch In Inthte Inthl Inthin
thin jcounty Three houses ou es have been beenburned beenbutDed be en enU
burned on the ranch during the e past pastweek pastwtllk pa paS U
week Detectives Det tfv8 have been employed employedtty employ S etc etcer
tty 1t the jiteDeweys Dewey to look into the matter matterKver mali maliver er r rI
I I Ever ver since the killing of the Berry Berryhas l3er ry ryre
f family by the Dewes last Mal there tin re
has been much more bed feeling f lfng shown shownagainat shownapl sho vi viagainst
IltAIJ against apl the Deweys than formerly The Thesettlers Tbettlenr T e esettlers
settlers ttlenr are now decidedly hostile ho to
the ranchmen ranchmenSALOONKEEPER rtnchmenSALOONKEEPER nchmenSALOONKEEPER
SALOONKEEPER SHOT SHOTBY SHOTBY SHOTBY
BY KENTUCKY KE KETUCKY TUCKY FIREMAN FIREMANFrankfort FIREMANFrankfort FIREM N N7rankfort
Frankfort Ky K Sept 21 lFred Fred Gor Gi
don a fireman shot and it is thought thoughtmortally thoulJlltI thoug thougutortafly
1 mortally wounded Charnes Snow a aAoonkeeper asaloonkeeper
I saloonkeeper today The Th shooting was u as rasthe
the result re of a quarrel about the work workof workof wc rk I Iof
of the Ore department at a lire which whichtoday whi whitoday I I
today destroyed destroyedSnow Snows place of busi business bulneN be beness I
ness Gordon claims te have ba ve flred in inselfdefense IneUd SnsolEdefense
eUd selfdefense < teJa e Gordon M the Democrat at ¬ I
ic chairman and captain caI tah1 in the state stateguard sti tatexuard a e eguard I
guard guardSCUT
xuardCUTIN a
SCUT CUT CUTIN IN TWO TWOBY BY TRAIN TRAINAwful TRAINAwful TRAINAwful
S
Awful Doath Doath of Fireman in Cheyenne CheyenneYards CheyenneYards Ohcyen me meYards
Yards YardsSpecial YardsSped1 YardsSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne I
Cheyenne Wyo Sept 21 nPeter Peter Golden Gold len i
formerly a Lnion Pacific fireman was wa i
killed kill In the yards here tonight H Hwas Ht Htw Hder
was w wa crawling across the tracks undtr undtrthe mm der
the cars and was cut in two He leaves leaveswidow lea leaa mmyes eavfB eavfBa yes
a widow and two children1 cl klred here His par parents p ar arenta r rent ¬
ents ent live in North Platte PiatteBODIES PlatteBODIES
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BODIES IDENTIFIED IDENTIFIEDLewes ID IDENTIPIEDLewes TIFIED
Lewes Del 1 Sept pt 21 IThe The three bodies hot lies
found here h re yesterday have been identified IdeQtl identlias td
as those e pf Henry Joyce Joseph J h Joyce Joyceand Jovceand J0 vce vceand
and probably prob bl Captain Mohahey of the the theS
schooner > r Hattie A Marsh The body bod S of
Chief Engineer Engll1 r Albert Lingo was as recov reto re ov oveyed
end today
todayNO
NO HOPE REMAINS REMAINSN REMAINSNewbmzrgh
Newbqrgh N wburgh N Y Sept F pt 21 21The The govern govt rn n ¬
or today refused > d to commute the death do alit alititnee H
sentence of the th three Van an Wormer Wo mer
brothers thea for the th murder of tb their ir uncle un
PaLer Ball Be Biieubeck IItDbeck nbeck of KJnderhook Colum Coti ¬
bia county 0111 U
ITHREATS THREA THREATSMADE TS MADE MADEBY AD E EBY
BYULGARIA BY IULGARIA IULGARIAnf
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S Stng UJnf nf Note Said S td to Have Been BeenPresent
Presented dJo te tie Part PerttiSEfWA Partj PartSERViIA PartsSERVIA
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+ w Sofia Sofiahere t Is Isrnmored Isrnmoredhere rumored namoredbere + 4 4have
+ here that thattklUed 11 have ha ve been bentilJed 4 4while +
4 tklUed kIlled by i ia while fighting fightingtain ftcbtlnca + 4 S
+ a ahodyef body of off tain ctntheKrena ctntheKrenadefile Ia the Krena KrenadeCIle + f fi
+ f defile 4
+ + deCIleoft + + + + oft titt + + + + + + t tSOFIA
i OPIA Sept > l 2Lohe IIfI AM unfavorable unfavorablereplies untavorablfrepUee unfavorablereplies
SOFIA replies of AHfi A l and nd Russia to toBulgariae toBuJaaIia
Bulgariae tMttlMte e and the fact act actut
ut that none of ttte tlWoiher ejser great po pobaa powers powersha
ha baa yet replied reJ I cosjfcd with the al allegations allecaijollB ¬
legations egaons that one e irt ijirlne powers is en enconraVng enou S
conraVng eouraing ou n the niiUtisiiiprty mill ny Y at the TiU Yl Yldill Tidia
dill Kiosk tend tendt to dtp e a less hopeful hopefuJteelln
feeling teelln h h1e re Thereljs There 1 however no n npeJee u
perceptible peJee ttb1eehanse change in iaie he situation tuatlon Va Various S
rican reports re cwta are in A cuiation Uon regardIng regarding regard S
ing negotiations between be Turkey and andB
Bulgaria B looking to to solution of the theXacedonlan 1
Macedonian dJcult dJcultTIle dlfflcuMy >
The Dnevnlk says Turkey has pre pre8ented S
sented a note to Bulgaria Bul rla a asking tn for rorthe
the latters latter asshrtaAce 18ttUke In reaching nlLchlngpeaceab1e L
peaceable solution Bulgaria replied repliedtbat I
that Turkey TUlk must end the be massacres massacreswithdraw mcrewithdraw S
withdraw her frontier forces guarantee cuaranteePeMe I
pwice and nd protection ectiii to the villagers villagertdesIring iJJa < ers erscIe I
desiring cIe to return to their homes am amJIiNt
nesty JIiNt to political offenders o < end and Intro Introduce Introduce
duce such governmewtal reforms as will willjjacify w1l1Jity wilpacify I
pacify Macedonia and eI Adrianople AdrianopleThe A4rianopleTbe
The Bulgarian reply npt concluded eeneludedIf
If the present nt situation continues contlnue4Jthe continuethe I
the Bulgarian government vermteDt will wi be com compelled compelleti cornpolled ¬
polled to yield to t public a llc opinion and andsend andsend anc I
send an army arm to the 11 frontier frontierIt
It appears doubtful doubtfm that the govern governmeat ovem ovemment
meat m eat has sent such euebAn an n answer but the thestatement tbestatement t
statement st published pubU represents in some somedegree somethe semigree
degree de gree the governments attitude attitudeAccording attitudeAceorcI1ng
According to information 1nfenna on received at atrevolutionary atrvoluUonary a avolutionary t
revolutionary re quarters from Monastir MonastirItt 1IrIona8Urue Monastirscreens
Itt 1 1th persons perished in the flames of o otheir
their th eir burning villages near Kaatoria KaatoriaMore XutorlaMore iCastorlaore
More M Mch ore than 13IM 1 bodies of women and andchildren aa aachildren
children ch chth ildren are said to be lying burled hi hiI Intbe ii iiI a
I the th e fields and on the roadsides around arouMthat arouni arouniat I
I that th at place
placeSJlRVIAS
SBRVIA5 3Rviiti JUBPLY JUBPLY3ti PLY 1 1Plab
3ti D gtn Plainly Plab y TeM ToidThat 3at mtt the limit limitHas Limit1Ias a
Has Baea a aDtlnople 3teaoi Realwl d dConstantinople
Constantinople Dtlnople Sept aThe The Servian Servl n nvA4
vA4 g goveraawnts nt reply r plyt tOthe to 1be th portes repre rep reprn 5
easitattoas as ht says measaass meUua have be been n taken takente takent takeproven n
te t proven pre bands eBteriag Macedonia and andTn andwb an anstrong
a strong bond wb which s pre preparing to totfieftontler I
tfieftontler testIer ha already Men dls dls1M die I
Tn 1M Servian reply adds however that thatif thatIf thu St
ife if the persecution 4 of > f Christiana and the theexeesses theex Ui Uixee 0
exeesses ex e xee of the Turkish troops continue continueand eontiDuenot
and saMoa YfOVmO refor e ar are not int In introdlies > o iic lICIAd lICIAdthe d dwKavoraWe
the t he nernmoc wm e unable to introdliesa re a
the t poiIar sgIitlsit tn m1a m1aentavobie
011 wKavoraWe eaeMneat TI rt accused fcy b I
t tI a4ntm Og Rhid Pasha Ute t tmrP
mrP WIl4 af itL 1bOII1Uf veuof veuofoh II
i hIsii oh is realrjr n rlmli a prwinotWn n continue CV tIAUfILaoioII ntlnus
the T he action of the theporte porto te this feoaectfon on n
is I r regardedhare h as am a challenge eIIaIIe t ta the tbfIreprlfMlttatw LIt
reprMmta r rt reprlfMlttatw faM J of f th the p aia especially eaperlailis LItLy Ly
t to o the American minister who it Ithought is isthought Istbougbt
thought t i Is likely to protect and may pos possibly pm
sibly si bly demand Renhid Re hid Pashas Paflba reta1lJrom recall lroi rom
lroin
Brusa B rusa in the interests of th t tke American Am4IIcaneducational n
educational e estabU estabUah establishment hment 1ent in that AmSEicaI vHayet vilayetRt I
Reports Rt > porta from Beirut Bel t say the t appoint appointmnt appointnt t
mnt m nt of Hallm Pasha a to b be vaH of Beirut BOIrL l
has h as caused ed much disappointment The in It
habitants h expected e ed that Macha Pasha I
the t he vail of Syria who inspired confidence coufidemy PlainiO iO a
It y his conduct when he became actlnc actin g t
van v ail after Rashld Pashas removal would woul Id 1
be b e made vail vallWAITING I
WAITING FOR I ISHJCAW LBIS1DAXState LBISEXAN
State S tate Department DepartincntNot Hot Disposed to toTnke toke t SI 3 I
Take ke Further Action Action1VsabjnJrton
Wsahincton Sept 21 nThe The s llfate < ate d de department 5
partment P baa still under consideration UOn the thematter thematter It Itatter
matter m atter of the appointment of the retiring zoetJrln c
vail a 1 of Beirut to be b vail aU of Brass At Atpresent AtplHent d dresent 5
present p resent the officials are disposed to re regard re reprd n
gard g eM the appointment a nt11lent in the l ltkt ht of a atransflr i
transfer t rather r ttier than tl a promotion but butarther a
further f Inquiry into the fitcte llle by Kin Mu a
tetw l l Lelshniaa may y change this till view of
the t he ease ca It t was said at the state de de 4
nartment today t that It was the orIcInal ontgtantention JJ
Intt i ntention > ntlon of the sultan to appoint the tI e eor e
former f or vail of Beirut to bft sub subsecretai secretary y y
of o f the department of t the heinterior Interior and nd it t
te Intimated that the th strong stron representa
tton t iesi again a allUlt t thi this appointment made by 1 3
Minister I Jelabman iahman were w rc effective rr rrIn
In j his cablegram Ca t DI today toda Minister Mh ler Letah Letahman Letshma te1aian I
man ma m an states that the American claims claimaphtst clam s
against a Turkey Turk are not receiving aatis aU tis 3
factpr fa f actory I > attention by the porteINTERFBREXQB porte portePeople
INTERFBREXQB URGED UB1GEDPeople
People P of the United States Stat Are Get Gettinf Gettine Ge t
tine Excited ExcitedWashington ExcitedWaab1n
Washington Waab1n ton Sept pt 21couutdca 21 Communica a t ¬
tions t have reached th the state depsetmorging department departmenturging Dt DtU nt ant it
urging U D thin govfcrrtment 8OY l1hn nt to say or do dosoaMrtMni doJMt tieomethIng
JMt s soaMrtMni that will put a stop to ttte ttteatrocities UteatrocitJe t be ie
atrocities in Turkey
It t i t stated that this pressure does not notemanate notl u ot t
emanate l te from the missionaries uf Of C f f ¬
ficials f at the tn state department ar are red reticent redcoent no tiS tiSOOt I ¬
cent C about the probability of the United Vntt ed i
States giving givIng5expression jDJl expression to the reeling reelingwith feelli feelliwith
with which the alleged atrocities In Tur Tt ¬
key are viewed by the people of the t he henItd
United 1 nItd States Stat but they saM that reports repot
from Turkey Tark show that the deeds dally dallyperpetrated dal f
perpetrated In sections 10ft8 of that country count countare rr y
are of such a character as to shock civ ci < 1 iv
Ilixatiqn l and ad necessarily neee arU are re of deep do Cl p
concern to the United States StatesThe Stat StatThe
The statedepartment stat departnk ont today received rectl a acablegram acabiegraJa
cablegram from fOIIa Minister Xlnl ter LeIshman Leishmanonsafltlflople at
Constantinople but nothing was given givenout gtv ven venout en enmal n
out regarding rd it except the informal informalstatement In Inform Informstatement Corma mal il I Itemut
statement temut that it contained no alarming aiarml ng ig
QfW1I newH and was to part concerned witn witnroutine wltnrouUae w Ito
routine business bU1 Deu Withdrawal of whe the t he
American squadron i from Beirut H is issaid
said has ot yet been determined detenninecJupoll upon uponand up 4 4and
and no Indication has been received from rrayter frt mm mmyter
Oyster yter Bay Ba as to the presidents inten inta ta ¬
UO tions in the matter matterWAR matterWAR
WAR Of i A A PBW DAYS DAYSLatest DAYSLatMt
Latest fews Sent to the Londi LondiDaily London LondonDaily on n
Daily 3 ail all allLondon
London Sept 22 22A A dispatch from the thetown I ItOWfl he ie
town of Guitchevo Guitchev on the TurcoBul TurcoBulprIMn UI UIgrisn l
garfain frontier to the Daily Mail lIallPGrt re reih reports >
ports that great t fxcft excitement ment prevails l In intat n
ih the Iuo district because UM of a skirmish that thatoccurred thatotxurredbetween it itoccurred tat l
occurred otxurredbetween between Turkish and Bulgar Bul BuIg ar ¬
ian troops Saturday on on the mountain mountainrange mountainran mountt mounttrange n
range ran which forms the border line
The general impression on is that war is isonly isonly
only a question que tJen of a few days and the thepeople i I
people are removing their property from ft iM
the frontier districts to places pla of safety safe
The Tb dispatch adds that Turkey is maee we 1
ins 40000 100 troops tn and around Palanka Palan ha
ten miles mil from the t e Bulgarian frontier fronttercamst fronti Ier Ieragainst r f
against which w1l1chMIe fetee the Bulgarians lgarians have haveThe hi
only 40W at Koatendil The Turkish Turk h
frontier officers says a dispatch d patcb to the
Times from Kubnitza Bulgaria report rep r
that the insurgents under General Zont Zo at t
cheff have been defeated with great greatslaughter greattdaUht gr eat it
slaughter r near Main MelnIk
Ik
and a great num n i rn i ¬
ber of Bulgarians w were ere re massacred red In the
neighboring villages several of which wh icli
are burning burningPOWDER burnlnrPOWDBJt
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4
+ 4 +
+ POWDER EXPLOSION EXPLOSI01Josambique EXPLOSIONXosambldue + 4
+ +
+ Moounbidue East Africa Sept SeptIAn SeptMAn + T
+ 21 IAn An explosion of gunpowder gunpowderand +
+ and grenades has ha occurred gunpowdett in Fort FortSail t + f I ISan I
+ f Sao Sebastiano Many persons penonskiUed +
were killetl or pr wounded The T personit fort fortoljr fortel t +
+ oljr wrecked el Furthter ex exphllK explIotts 4 4t 4
+ t plosions phllK b8 are feared fMreaT 4
+ 11t + T + t 9 1 + 4 + + + + + + 5
c S
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5
HELP H ELPTOCOME ELPTOCOMEFRQMGGRBIN TO COMEFRQM COME COMEFRQM
FRQM FRQMGGRBIN FRQMGGRBINItant CORBIN CORBINAdjwtant N Nt NAtant
t
At Adjwtant M Itant GefiffTii Furors Appro Appropriation Approprlatfon Appopriatlon ¬
priation For Fort D Do lIril qiua qiuGH Jisfi JisfiHIGH f fI fHIGH
a I
H HIGH HI GH PRAISE piRTEE piRTEEHB R TaEPDS THE PO PO7AVOS
11 11JIJl7AVOiBG +
HB JIJl7AVOiBG JIJl7AVOiBGArrJbt K 7AVOKS 7AVOKSInBR Z I 4 4MKNTAL
MKNTAL MKNTALA
+ i
S
InBR making msktii an taeDeet inspection ef efFort f fFort tFortDeuPu
ArrJbt A Fort FortDeuPu iDeuglas I tare no notanqm notancy hevl hevlrecommend
tanqm tancy in MaUnethat stating that 1 s1I s1Iommend 11 11recommend
rec recommend ommend the appropriation by cea ceathe c ccress coss
cress gr grthe oss of the f lWOY moa to make makecontempted e ethe
the thepo contem contemplated improvements at the thepost th thpost thest
post po st stSuch V VSuch t tSuch
Such was the pe he statnsaert stattt t t I er f General GeneraIH GeneralH
f H C Corbin CorbiaJut Jaat night Dtcbt nIgbtb1ire htfeVe be con coitUnued eon eonUnUed conued
Unued tin ued his Journey of fnsMtttsn t in n the thenorthwest tilenorthwest therthwest
northwest northwestI no rthwest rthwestI fct
I know of no better bett betterglment r pnfttt toa toarelimental for a aregimental
regimental re glment headquarters h uart thaa JeW Jt
is ideally Ideal situated with reference c to toclimatic toclimatic tomatic
cl climatic cli matic condition railro ralirOtl4 A facilities faIUUeMand focilitlesd
I ai and an d for room So long a al troops art artpt
k kept ke pt in the PhiBpp PhiBppes pes no better tm place placrcould plaelcould placeuld
c could co uld be found to said theut fPO an and antstation < i
t to station 8ta tJon warned regim rettmEilltll regimtaor Bta for < 01 re recuperation rfcupttraUon toperatlon ¬
c cuperation eu Then too I wmt t to say sayat v vthat
tl that th at I have found most plessta plen3 rein re retlons reinns ¬
tl tions tio ns existing exi tin between bet n the officials ialll and andcitizens nd ndcItIZfM
c citizens cIt lzpn of the th state and city and th thofficers thOmeErs the thecers >
o officers offi cers and men of the > poor This Thl can cannot aanot ca cabe ¬
n not < be said of a number of place placeI platlllI plaeeam
I am heartily in favor of the pro proposed P ¬ C Csed
p posed po sed improvements Improf > DIents I do not notto notget expect expectto
t to get the > necessary n cee ary approPt approprIaps appropriation all allat allonce 11 11at
atwi a at once but I think it safeto qfeito sa s that thatwithin tlla1twithin
within wi thin the next two or 0 three threDougs y ygigFort ygigFortOugt5 araFvin
Dougiut D Ougt5 will be a regimental re < lm lltaJ lltaJu head headCU
CU < u n t > rs 1 found the th post and n th the theoops
ti troops tr oops in splendid condition today endam ll end 1dwell d darr
a am well pleased pleasedwith 1 1I
I want to aay too that I e d dwith
with w ith my trip to Park city an anto and ffM 1vIpft t tto
t to < the Silver King XI mine It Its i ily 1a
ly a wonderful mining camp < U Uond aonderful
wonderful w ond rful mine mineInpects millea e et3awUAL
a rnu couar AT R eLInpec Wl Wlpocts
j Inpects In pocts 5 the Troops and Tnina 1JIy 1JIypro < li absa absaProponed < an anFort
pro Proponed IaprO IaprOFort XraPrOYeruIatS XraPrOYeruIatSFort
Fort Douglaa Don < I was in military arrawyesterday alnlyeaterday arraw arrugsterday
y yesterday ye sterday morning for th the reception of OfM ofajor
a Major M Min ajor General Henry 17 c Corbin ad ¬
jutant in fant general of the army Old Glory Gloryand QIoryaDd
and an anIl d the battteftags batt of the regimeat regimeatfloated regltftoated regtmOtoated
floated Il proudly proud at the tb head of aithm aithmposing an Ia Iapoain 1 1jflg
posing poain pa paTh jflg force of Infantry and artillery artillerye
The Th e band nd played a noising ro wetoosj wetoosjand we weand welesed
a and an d the guns boomed forth a salute he beting
f fitting tlttIn fIt ting < the rank of the dhrtinguWw dhrtinguWwvisitor dintingulubodsitor t1n t1nymltor
visitor visitorThe ymltorThe vi sitor S SThe
The boys bo in I blue were a plct plctbt plctar plctarght pictvresqe pictvresqesight
sight si ght bt in then accoutrements of otaDd war warand earnd
and a nd the general was given a warm re ft ftceptloa veptlon reception ¬
ception te ptlon The TIt governor and his staff 8tC sta An htll
fan fu ll dress uniform occupied a placf of ofprominence otnce °
prominence p nce M the parade e Held an anrogg n a
throng tb rogg of otd cUssens gathered ptlwredc B the brow browof browtheIfl
of the theIfl MJ1 t alfcoenit th the tberevtewotte tberevtewotteesps review of otdIe otdIetrQep th
trQep tr esps y afaMn y wU carried through throughpected tbrouDwft throughcted
wft the thepected
I pected p cted they the elicited comment COdIIbefttOfi COdIIbefttOfiproval ofj ofjsrovml ota otarosal
i srovml p from therevlewiaf the reviewing > oncer oncerthe a8tC8ltM
t the he public publicThe c cThe 5
The ceremonies of the mornh1 morning r rmen o omenced en enenced
menced men m enced ed at 9W 9380clock oclock Shortir befMre befMrethis
t this his hour assembly Membl was sounded 80 80tbe awl ande
t the th e troops formed on the upper parade radIJfJOudd paradsrouJtds paradegroudds
groudds g4 The infantry In battalIon battalIonrmation
formation fo rmation headed by the hand handnarched baadJrarcbed baudarched
J arched w upon the lower ower field h in > com cornafld
i mand m afld of Major S E Wood Lenten Ueutent Llentenant
ant a nt D M Fails was u acting adjutant in Inace Ina
place pl ace a of Captain C H Bar Barm th who 4s 4 on onuty
duty d dT uty at Fort Leavenworth Lea venworth y x gaspahe
J The T he batteries in command of eCaUrr f MiaJ MiaJalitf Maje Majealiff >
alitf brought up the rear TIaeiwfIaD The Th iafui infaftry
try t ry in double rank and the band tookeir took
their th eir station at the tb east te side of the t told
t field S old The artillery formed tn baKttes7 battery batteryront
f front west of the foot soldiers oldle oldleSalute soldiersSalute
Salute Per the General GeIlenLJut GeneraLJust
Just at 930 30 Senator Eearns X car carK
r rhwe ri K bearing beartB General Corbin and andand iflfie iflfieand u lft lftnd
s and a nd Mr and Mrs Mm Kearns followed toDow4a ny bycarriage nya
s a carriage carrying Governor H H M MWells Iells Mells
Wells W i ells General John Q Cannon CaftDOBGfneral and andeneral
i General G eneral C S Burton drove upon the tMJeteraUon therat1on
reservation rat1on As they the did so the t tbat Twelfth Twelfthattery
battery bat b erT fired a salute of thirteen tbirteeaand gvnt gorand
and a nd the bank struck up a1 a march marchGeneral marchGeneral marchGeneral
General Corbin and party drove df dfrectly dfrecUy dleetly
rectly r to tb tb home of Colonel J W WBubb WBubb Wubb
Bubb B ubb the post commandant where wheres wherehey
they th t were received by the tb colonel anal analhis aa6hJ andIt
his h It taft Aftera Arter a few minutes rest at atthe attbe athe
tt the t he colonels residence the party rty drove
fo t o the parade field and took a position positionat tIon tIont 5 5o
at a aC t the center of the north side sid General GeneralCorbin generalerbin I ICorbin
Corbin C attended by b Colonel Bubb and andstaff aDdta1r and4f
staff R 4f stood near the line of march to toreview tor tOeview
review r view the troops bOOpTile troopsThe
The troops moved into brigade for formatloa foration
raatfon m ation and at atthe the bugle call began die diemalh Cheinarch themarch
march around the field As they tIIeyneared theyeared
neared n the position po ltton of the reviewing
oMcer o the infantrymen came to a port portanns portrms
arms a rms while the band executed a flank flankmovement k kmOYell1llftt
movement ana aai took up Its ItaI povtttan mc mcug a
ing I ug the general generalTroops generaLTroops neraL neraLTroops
Troops in Kariew KariewThe BnviswThe W WThe
The musicians continued te e pia Ptr Ptrwhile pterwhile r
while the troops passed in review All Alathe 4ishe
the t he batteMes passed the band bandacro marched marchedacross mareb marebcross
across a the field and led the tileback tafitttty infantS infantSback
back to quarters The batterlef battcr1efto battenle ftaAa ftaAato ea eao
to t o a halt on the opposite llte aide of fIaifield the tinethen thefield
field then at the signal from tI9II fr the tIIIebugler thebugler
bugler beganthe began f circuit of the tilet field
at a t double time The maneuver is Isexeltiq aa anxciting
exciting e one and It elicited praise praIadmlraUon and andadmiration andadmiration
admiration fr from those who witn witnIt wlbad wlbadIt <
It t S
ItAt
At the wheeling points POtn the ser serexecuted ectIo ectIoexecuted
executed the turns in a thrilling thrillingner th riUlrqr riUlrqrDer c cmen
men As th the columns neared the theat theat I t tat
at a gallop the inside file slaoJ slaoJits slaekaub 1 1Ita
its i ts pace while the outside sections 8eCuClHsed ft ftcreased ha hacreased
creased theirs and whirled wblrledaroulld wblrledaroulldwider around the thewider thewider
wider circle in perfect perfe < t order Further PurtJaetm9Deuvers Furthermaneuvers
maneuvers were ere dispensed di n ed with to togreat the ttKtgreat thegreat
great disappointment nt of the crowd and andthe
the artillery moved oft the field fieldLater fleI fleILater
Later on the parade grounds Jroun Jrounmount ajiaajl ajiaajlmount
mount one of the prettiest cerentenlea cerellMlllifacOQnl cer cerconnected
connected cOQnl < ted with military duty dutyn wa won wl Wit Witand
nessed n ed and the exercises of the tileWE day dsywere
were WE over overDuring overDuring overDuring
During the day General Oorbht Corflooked Corbhelooked
looked over the post and inspected ln peeW peeWwork the Chework thework
work that is being done He paid paidclal paMf paMopcmi IIe IIecla1
clal attention to the proposed propos c improvv 111 iinptgvemauLs nmenta
mauLs and expressed hlm hlmMtlt elf a a1l welt W1JIttlati wMtsatisfied
satisfied tlati fted with lth the condition of ofat ttCabnt ttCabntr
at the fort fortSoldiers
fortSoldiers
Soldiers Leg Broken Brokenr
In an imn accident that happened j jllllt jlllltafter Stillafter < Mft
after the review of the troops Private Privateit Pr1va Pr1vaA
A W Nipper > of the Twelfth battery batteri8ustained batteryaustmtined
sustained a fractured fr tured leg legThe legThe legThe
The battery was a8 moving back to the thebarracks thebaCD thewhen
barracks when the team of the gun to towhich towblcb towhich
which Private Nipper was assigned be bem became S
came < m entangled in a piece of hose that thathad thathad thathad
had been used by the soldier > r boys bo in a atugo atugowar
tugowar tugo war the day ay before Nippers Nippershorse NlpperIIIhorse Nippershorse
horse fell and caught his hi riders leg leJtun4er legunder
under his body The he bones bon were frac fractured fractuned
tuned tunedThe
turedThe
The injured man was taken in charge chargeby chal chalb chargeby
by b the hospital corps and carried to tothe tothe tothe
the hospital where his limb was wasHe set setHe
He was reported to be getting along as asWf1 aswell
well as a could be expected exp cted yesterday yesterdayafternoon yeterdayarternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon

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