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Escaped fscap sca a d Convict is Cap Captured Captured Captured ¬
tured by three roe Men MenNear MenNear ea eaNear
Near Roi Holliday HollidayC 08 08Exhausted liday lidayFxhausted
Exhausted C = by flight 1 the theCondemned thetondemtled e enm
tondemtled Condemned nm r Murderer MurdererSubmits Murd r oamisee oamiseeits fer ferSubmits
Submits Meekly Meeklynts
bllts its Up His Harris When Told toWlthotl toWlfihoo to toWithout
Without t Least Show of Resist Resistance ResistalC Resistaace ¬
ance alC No Trace of Lynch LynchA LYn h hATHAN
to A ATHAX F Nick Haworth Hawertht + tF J Jj
t F NATHAN l t j the escaped eeca ed convict vas v re recaptved r rF + t tcaptured
F captured yesterday eet morning m ndna ndnaIn 4 4In + t tin
in a singleroom plain pi board cabin cabinh + tF
h t about half a mile east of Hottl BolIIday t tF f fday
F day Salt Lake county He was waahken w wtoken + t tf
f token into custody by conatable conatableHyrum 4 4Hyrum f ff
f Hyrum Neilson his brother KotherJames 4 4James t tJames
James Neilson and a neighbor netchborOrson 4 f ff
f 4 Orson Andrews all of o Holliday Hollidayf HollidayThe + 4The
f The capture eapt ure was effected about 4 t tf
f 1015 oclock yesterday morning mom momwithout f twithout fwithout
without the firing of a single shoe 8botHaworth abutHaworth + t tHaworth
Haworth was unarmed and did dtclnot 4 f
4 not offer any resistance Imme Immedlately memoP + t
4 dlately after he had been captured capturedHaworth capturedHaworth capturedHaworth +
+ Haworth was taken to Holllday HoIU Hollidayand a7 a7and + t
+ and held in Constable Netlsons NelillOnsgeneral t tgeneral f fgeneral
+ general merchandise e store until untllActinK t tActing t tActing
+ Acting Warden want Wright cam came eamedown 4 4down + t tdown
+ down from the penitentiary and andidentified 4 + f fidentified
+ identified him himAt himA himAt +
+ At A t first the three captors did not notknow +
4 know whether It was really Haworth Haworth Ha Haf +
+ f worth Their suspicions were wereMtrengtheaed +
4 strengthened when they compared comparedth 4 4tho +
4 the th man with a picture of btro blanwhkh Mmwhich +
4 which was printed In Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymornings 4 +
4 mornings Herald Not until untllActh1 untilActing + f
4 Acting Acth1 < < Warden Wright walked walkedinto 4 +
4 Into the store tore gave the ns man manIIeat 4 t tseated
4 seated IIeat in the chair a hasty glance 5I 5IImmt liianeeimmediately + I
4 Immediately Immt > dlately recognising him and 4
4 4 Tailing out Hello Nick were werethe werethe 4 4V + I
+ V the three men certain that they the 4 4had I Ihad
4 had won the big reward by 1 y run 4 4 i ilIng
4 lIng to earth one ot the two ell escaned ellcaDe4 +
+ 4 caned murderers mUldere18It +
4 It was u to Hyrum Neilson N lltIpn that tbtHaworth f fHaworth
4 + Haworth really gave himself up 4 4the t tthe
+ the other two men betas < < In the 4background 4 I I IbacUro1JQd
4 background backgro d and Jln4coverl covertasjthe a1he nan 1ft 4 4 I Itlth
4 with a Sfle fte e and a double barreled barreled6hotgun barreledshotgun 4 +
4 + shotgun the latter being bel loadedwith loaded loa ed edwith 4 4with
+ + with buckshot Th They y had U orders ordento +
4 to shoot and an shoot to kill if the theman tman 4
+ 4 man in the > cabin showed the least leutindlnatioD leastinelinatloa + 4
4 + inclination to resist arrest or orfight to bfight +
+ 4 fight after being called upon to tosurrender tosurrender 4 +
4 + surrender The orders were givenby given 31venby 4 +
4 + by Constable Neilson and he heknew heknew 4 4knew +
+ + knew that thattbe the men he gave them themto 4 4
4 4 to would obey o y if the occasion de demandtd demanded 4 +
+ 4 manded 1C ILIt It +
4 4 it was as not necessary for the thefeaptd theescaped 4
4 + escaped oonvict meekly meekl put up but hilihands 4 +
4 hands when told to and submitted ulHllltedto 4 4f +
4 f to arrest It arrestWarden rrtfltWardtn +
4 + Warden Wright with guards guardsfrom guardsfrom + f
4 from the penitentiary escorted eacortedHa 4 4
4 Ha Haworth worth back ck to his prison home homeand homeand +
4 and locked lock him up He was ex exhauflted exhaunted +
+ 4 haunted and dejected and refusedto refused refu ed edto +
+ 4 to give any a detailed talled account of his hiswanderln hiswanderings +
+ 4 wanderings wanderln since eln < e Friday night nllrbti 4 4L
i 4 L + His companion James Lynch is IsP Isstill +
P 4 still tlJ1 at large Haworth declares declarethat declaresthat +
4 + that he has not seen I n Lynch since sinceth 4 4
4 4 the th night of the escape escapeHAWORTHS escapeHAWORTHtS 4 4HAWORTHS +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
The capture captureoC of Haworth was effected effectedabout ektedabout erectedabout
about 1015 oclock In the morning mornl He Hevas Heat Hewas
vas at taken into into custody eu tod by ConstableHyrum Constable ConstableHyrum ConstablelIrrum
Hyrum Nielsen his brother James JamesKielson JamesT Tames11tIIon
T Kielson ielson and Orson On m Andrews a nelghbor neigh neighi ne1abbor
i bor who had been Invited to join the theposse theIO theposse
posse posseTho IO posseThe
The T f tip thai a strange atr e man was oc occol
X ruiying col 111Yln ring the Ashtoa cabin on the hill hillf hillpi j jillf
f pi > il illf Ie < mar Holllday was given to ConStable Con Contal
Stable tal Ic Xeilson by his nephew Leonard Leonard2v Leonardfillon Leonardrilson
2v > lson The latter while hile sitting in inFunday Inunlay Infiunday
Funday sch xchool > hoo + ol heard John Peter Mor Mortfiisen Morjt Mmtct
tfiisen tct en JL jt J nay ay that hit b father early inthh in inth Inth
th > mnrr m mnrrng or ring ng had seen a strange man in intht Inth inthe
the th iain r Thinking TInk1D perhaps perba It might mightV mighthr
V PI > Haworth lIa wurth the lad excused S himself himselffr hlmllflil
fr < m his class s hurried down 11 Into the thevillase theilia
1 villase ilia Ie and toW his II uncle what he had hadJliHl lladlwH hadh
JliHl JliHlr lwH h ord ordt pl
t r iiRtab1e Xeilson S l1 on went ent to t bis brothf1 brothers broth brothers ¬
ers f1 hou house told him the story and aft after afJfr fl flcr ¬
er getting a revolver r and a rifle started startedfor startedfor startedfrr
for the cabin bin En route they stopped stoppedat
at t the t he residence r081dtn of Orson Andrews and andtook andtook andtank
took him along the latter armrag arm himself him himself himself ¬
self with a doublebarrelled shotgunloaded shotgun shotgunloaded 1Ihotpftloaded
loaded with buckshot buckshotPlanning bucubotP1aJmin buckshotPlanning
Planning P1aJmin the Capture CaptureThe Oaptureorh CaptureThe
The orh cabin lay about half a mile from fromlh tromth fromti
lh ti center of the village to the west westfully wt111Iy westfully
fully 111Iy exposed f > from all sides The trip tripvis tripIS
1 vis + IS t made in a wry 7 few minutes In a aTIK aril arig
rig into which the three men climbed climbedJfhind climbedLehind OUmbNIH
Jfhind H > hind a lump of ttea a short ahortith dto dtoIMIIC dletanre
IMIIC to the th > oast aet of the cabin where wheretho whereHJP wherethe
the road rOil turns and emerges out onto the thef th thjH thenl
nl f > joji u Hii idr h of the th foothill the men got gotout ptlIt gotoUt
out of the th buggy l > uU and tied the horse to totJ totl
4 tlf tJ fene feneIt
It was WH than derided dfl < ld that the three threern
rn n were t to > get et around to the north northf northfde northfile
file f itJt of the cabin abln on which hlh side was all the therniy theIll thepoly
poly Ill door and from the he cover over of obeta obstac obetacrs
c crs CM i ommand the th man In the cabin to tomo tomf toc
c < > mo out He was to beshot be shot hot down downwithout downithout downF
without n ithout mercy mf > rcy If he showed fight of ofp at8U ofany
F p any 8U kind kindIt kindIt
It lid 11 < 1 not take the men long to circle circlej circlearound
j ni around und th the cabin through bushes and andtrees andtrts andtrees
trees to the north of the cabin until untilthey untilthty untilthey
they reached a pile lIe of nxks and a small smallI smalllump smallclump
I clump of trees about fifty yards die distant dhltanto dietant ¬
tant By i crawling on the ground and andcrouching andTUhlng andcrouching
crouching an they walked the captors captorsFu captorseucc
eucc Fu te eeded ded > in getting behind their theirbrtastworks th theirbreastworks lr lrlJ1RAtworks
breastworks without attracting the at attention attution attention ¬
tention of Haworth When hfln all was wasready wallJElcly wasready
ready Constable Neilson called out to toHaworth toIIJa toQinworth
Haworth Haworthfome IIJa Qinworthcome worth worthorne
come orne out and throw up your yourbands yuurbands uur uurhands
Haworth Eta worth at the Door DoorUp Doorep DoorUp
Up to that moment they had not seen seenth ReDiht Beenthe
th the > man A few seconds later Haworth Haworthappeared HawortbpeatJt Hawortha
a appeared tpeared peatJt > d at a t the doorThrow door doofThrow doorThrow
Throw up your our hands caned out outjfc outconJltabh outconsta
jfc f constabW constabWHaworth conJltabh conJltabhHaworth consta constaHaworth
Haworth lifted them about A dto to his hisboulders hishoulders hisshoulders
i WHO > rli0 SOLD Foop FoopTo FoopTo
To MfV0 TH
One Found in His Pocket Solves the Mystery as to How Howthe Howfhe Howthe
the Convicts Came Into the Possession Of Revolvers QfHevolversJohn RevolversJohn RevolversJohn
= John Penglass Is Suspected
t + + + + + 4 + + A 4 4Trieud + + + + + + + + +
+ f Triend PenglaJs Pen As A you Insist Insistf InPhIted insisted +
+ f ed LwI I LwItor w4O ns atrepeait4 s eaJk JMM 1 + can aa ae in u ufor + f ffor
+ for fear ofarousiOf of a arousing suspicion IlUSJtel n but butas butas +
4 + as I have changed ehaecIpte the he plan I must mustinform mustJnfqnn +
4 inform you UlMeaa CI of throwing throlact throwingthe + ff
+ f the t u rod rOdf lntg int the t second grade gradeyard gradeyard gradeyard +
+ yard throw them over the wall wallinto walIinto wallinto +
+ into the ash dump just J t north of the theboner theboiler + f ff
+ f boiler room If you agree < < 1 with me methat methat methat +
+ that this thl is best be t return this note noteIt noteas + f fa
+ a as it is Your friend friendf +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + tt ttHS + + + + +
pHK HS above note found yesterday in inJ InAbe inAbe
J Abe Majors clothing explains explainshow explainshow explainshow
how the revolvers were smuggled smuggledinto smUUIedInto smuggledInto
into the penitentiary John Penaiasg Penaiasga Pe Pea
a prisoner who nntobed ftnl bed a threeyear threeyearterm threeyearterm threeyearterm
term on Saturday Oct 3 is I believed to tohave tohave tohave
have thrown the guns over the wall wallsome wallBOnae wallsome
some time thn hut week They were evi evidently evidently evidently ¬
dently thrown over at a point near the theash theuh theash
ash pit which Is near the east wall wallAbe wallAb wallAbe
Abe Ab Majors and Frank Connors two twoof twoof twoof
of the ringleaders in the break wereemployed were wereemployed wereemploYed
employed on the ash gang and andcharge had hadcharge 1uulchaJ
chaJ charge of the removal of all rubbish rubbishfrom rubbrhtrom rubbishfrom
from the cell houses to the ash h pit pitTheir DltTheir nitTheir
Their duties duU took them to the pit several sev several BeVeral ¬
eral tithes during durtn the day da and they theycould theyould theycould
could easily have picked up the theweapons theweponll theweapons
weapons without being noticed noticedPenglass noticedPencla noticedPenglaes
Penglass and Majors had been very ver vertUmate
intimate for several weeks so much so sothat sothat 1 1that
that they feared that tbat they had aroused arousedsuspicion arou arousedsuspicion ed edu
suspicion u pJclon Penglass Penl at last 1a t became becamealarmed becamealarmed becamealarmed
alarmed and evidently requested Majorsnot Majors Majorsnot Xajorsnot
not to talk to him Owing Owln to a Change cnangein ChangeIn
in the plans however Majors as heexplains he heexplains Mexplain
explains In the note was compelled to towrit towrite towrite
write to Penglass Peng The alteration in inthe inthe
the plans > evidently met with the ap approval a approval ¬
proval of the latter for the note ote was walereturned wasreturned wa
returned to Majors and was found in inhis Inhis I Ihie
his CIoth1 clothing yesterdayPlanned yesterday yesterdayPlanned
Planned for Several Months MonthsThe Mont MonthsThe s
The prison officials believe that theescape the theescape tbeNeape
escape had been planned for several severalmonths 1JeeralntoDthtJ severalnnonths
months Since Sln < e the early part of the th thsummer thosummer
summer PengUsa Peol who was doing time timefor timetor timefor
for a robbery committed near Ogdeni Ogden
i had been seen frequently with MajorsDuring Majors MajorsDuring XajonlI
I During the past few weeks howeverthey however howeverthey h01everthey
they had been n apprehensive of falling talUn
into suspicion su plcion and a d exercised rohted more cau caution cauturday canlion ¬
1 lion tionSaturday Saturday turday Oct 3 Penglass was 1 re released relea released ¬
leased lea ed from the prisdn As is the thetom cue custom cuetons ¬
tom he was given ven a a new suit of citi citizens cltJselJa citlzeua ¬
zens clothing and 56 in cash With Withpan Withpart Withpart
part of this money moDe th the penitentiary of ¬
ficials Acl believe he purchased tb the wpo weapons
that were used by Majors and Connors Connorsi Connorathe
i in the attempted escape It is doughtuHold thought thoughtHold tiaoughtHold
Hold up your our hands higher thafc tha l
that called and the constable CO Ie and walk
toward us usWithout usWithout usWithout
Without saying sa71n < < a word Haworth
lifted his hands about to the level of
the top of his head and started toward
the three men who by that time could couldI
I I be seen by him himi
i Hold up your hands higher than
that yelled Andrews And ws with Ith his eyes
f leveled level along the barrel of his gun gunwhich KUltbleh gunwhich
which bleh was pointed at the th advancing advancingman
I man and keep acoming
Higher up went ent Haworths hands handsand handsI handsand
and more quickly did he walk walkBefore walkBefore alk alkBefore
I Before be had gone twenty twint feet Constable Con ConII
j stable Nelson got Ot up from behind hisplace his hisplace hi hiplace
place of concealment and advanced to tomeet tomeet
I meet the murderer all the time keeping
I him covered with a revolver The men mendid mendid mendid
did not know mow whether Haworth wasarmed was wasarmed wuI
armed or not notHaworth not1Iawozth notHaworth
I Haworth is 1 S Sebed SebedJust SeisedJust isd isdJust
Just before the officer reached Ha Hawprth Hal Hawprth
wprth James Neilson and Andrews got gotup
I up from tT behind the rocks and trees treesand treesand treesI
I and advanced toward the escaped manThey man manThey manThey
They came up to him at such an anglethat angle anglethat anglethat
that they could fire at any an moment andat and
I at the same time not hit their com companion cnmpantos < om omI ¬
I panion Just before he reached Ha Haworth HaI Haworth ¬
I worth Constable Nelson said saidKeep saldKeep saidKeep
Keep him covered boys and shoot shootj
j I if he attempts to t shoot shootA
I A moment om nt later all three men had hadreached
I reached Haworth and while James Jamesered JamesNefleon
Nelleon and Andrews k kept Pt him covered cov covere4
ered Constable Con table Nettaon searched the theman theman theman
man Not a thing thln < < was as found upon hisperson his hisperson IalsMI8OI1
person Then Haworth was ordered to
that a date even eveatO to totl th u a hour lid lidIranged ba baarranged bees beesarranged
arranged when Pens pe Pen i ss was to tvth tferow tbtsawthe tferowthe
the th guns ovsrthe over the w waIL lL MnJoni JtwII ja and andConnors aa4ComIors andCasrorsofl
Connors Casrorsofl on tteeir t ft1 ft1II r nogr te JSF JSFash iM iMash
O Othem
ash II pit picked pie up the gwnTarid a secrete eeel4teithem secretethem
them in their clothing clotb This occurred occurredaccording oceurredaccording occurredaccording
according to the belief of the acting actingwarden aetln aetlnwarden actingwarden
warden not O more more than an two or three threedays threedays
days before the break breakPound breacPound breakFound tho thoan I
Pound Note in Majors PocketThe Pocket PocketThe PocketThe
The note written by Majors aj rs to Pen Penglass PenlaN Pen Penglass
glass laN was aa found yesterday in the pocket pocketof
of the coat worn by the he former at the thetime thetl thetime
time tl W of the escape e cape Friday Fr day night When WhenMajors WhenMajors WhenMajors
Majors was captured be h was brought broughtinside brou broughtinside < < ht htInside
inside and stripped of erhls his gray suit and andmade an anmade andmade
made to don the stripes Yesterdaymorning Yesterday Yesterdaymorning Ye terday terdaymorning
morning the clothing was wa carefully carefullysearched carefullyMarched carefullysearched
searched and the above note foundWhen found foundWhen foundVhen
When questioned about the part Penglass Pen Penglass Pengla8s
glass played in the affair Majors re refused refueed refused ¬
fused to talk He declined d Uned to discuss discussthe dl discussthe cullS cullSthe
the note and did not either affirm or ordeny orden ordeny
deny den its authorship He did not seem seemsurprised 8eemurprl seemsurprised
surprised urprl ed when told that the note hadbeen had hadbeen badbeen
been found but refused to tell anythingconcerning anything anythingconcerning anythingroncerntn
concerning roncerntn the details of the plan oC oCescape oretlC8pe ofescape
escapeFrank escape escapeFrank etlC8peFrank
Frank Connors one of the six men menwho menwho menwho
who got ot over the walUand one of the themen themen themen
men who was w wound wounded in the battlewith battle battlewith battlewith
with guards te believed to have Aa ve been beenan beenan beenan
an accomplice of Majors ora The factthat fact factthat factthat
that Connors was on the ash h gangwith gang gangwith pngwith
with Majors leads the prison officials officialsto melalsto
to believe that t he was a ringleader in inthe
the plot and was second nd only to Mafors Ma Majors ¬
jors He is believed to have received receivedone receivedone receivedone
one of the guns thrown over the wall wallRecord wallRecord wallRecord
Record of Panglaas PanglaasJohn PanglaJohn PenglassJohn
John Penglase the man whom the theofficers theofficers
officers say ay it is almost al t certain fur furnlshed furnlshed furnlshed
nlshed the revolvers was sent t to the thepenitentiary
penitentiary June Jun 17 im He was con convieted
vieted of a robbery near Ogden and andwas andwas
was sentenced en tenced to a term of three years yearsHe yearsHe yearsHe
He behaved himself well at the insti institution hailtutlon ¬
tution and andwas was allowed full copper copperbeing copperbelne copperbeing
being released rele ed tan < n Oct S Just eight days daysago daysaao daysago
ago A comjxHte description de cdpUon has ha been beengiven beenghren beengiven
given the local al police and telegraphed telegraphedthroughout teleraphedthroughout telegraphedthroughout
throughout the state and the officers otfcereare officersi oftlcenare
i are now looking for kirn Should he be becaptured becaptured becaptured
captured he will be prosecuted pro ecuted for aiding aid aidIng aldInlr
Ing a prisoner to escape escapeIt
It is not thought thoughtbr by the officiate at atthe atthe atthe
the penitentiary that Lynch the es escaped eecaped escaped ¬
caped convict has a gun Neither do dothey dothe dothey
they the believe that he or Haworth were wereon wereon wereon
on the inside of the plan to escape escapeMajors elJapeMajora escapeMajors
Majors and Connors are thought to be bethe betM bethe
the only ones who had h d revolvers en Lynch Lynchcould Lynchcould Lynchcould
could not have been beenttlrniabed n furnished nlahed a gun gunbefore gunbelOle gunbefore
before he was released r from his cell celland cellanel celland
and it is I not believed that t he was given givenone x1venone givenone
one in the hurry otaettlaaar ot getting over the thewall thewall thewall
wall walltake walltake walltake
take off his coat which be did That Thatwas Thatu Thatswag
was u given a second search rh with the thesame theme thesame
same me result multnothlnt nothing was found foundThe foundThe foundThe
The four otlr men then went back to the thecabin thecabin thecabin
cabin They had the man in their power pow power power ¬
er but whether he was a tramp or the theconvict
convict they did not know None of ofi ofthem
i I them had ever seen een him before and did didI
I not recall exactly exacU how the pictures of ofhim orI ofhim
him looked look For a time they the Y did not notknow notkDOWjua notknow
I know kDOWjua just what to do doDenies doDeniu doDenies
Denies His Identity IdentityThe IdentityThe
r The first ani thing they did however howeverwas howeveras howeverwas
was as to question the man He said his hisname hiename histame
name wag Johnson and that he had hadjust hadJut
I just come from California arriving arrtvlD the thenight thenJht thenight
night before on a freight train which whichhe wblchhe whichhe
he left at Sandy He said he came to tothe totbe tothe
the cabin in the rainstorm raln tonn and re remained remained remalned ¬
mained there all night nightWhat nightWhat nightWhat
What do you want of me asked askedHaworth askedHaworth
Haworth after the crossexamination
had been concluded concludedNone oondudedNOM concludedNone
None of1 ot + the captors answered him himConstable himCowatable himConstable
Constable Neilson did not know knowwhether kno knowwhether
whether they had the right man or not
fearing that a mistake bad been made
I James Jam Neilson Nell on suggested BUne ted that they take
I him down to the th store anyway notify
i the prison officials and await a develop
I ments They walked Haworth down to
the rig which they had tied to the fence
in the bend of the road While one on of
the men drove back to Holliday the theothers tbtotber theothers
others walked with Haworth making
aim precede them they keeping him himcovered b himcovered 1m 1mcovered
covered wJUh wlt i their guns gunsWtoan pnllWtm gunsWhets
Whets the store w was reached Uavrorth UavrorthContinued U haworthContinued worth worthConUnued
Continued on Page Two
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4 4Brave
Brave Act of Surfnijan Surf n WilliamCapps William WilliamCapps WilliamCapps
Capps at Norfolk NorfolkVirginia NorfolkVirginia NorfolkI NorfolkVirginia
VirginiaNecfeik Virginia VirginialocfMk VirginiaI
locfMk k Ya Oct 11 1lTbe ILThesale The Thexale JIOIIiMpt JIOIIiMptale
ale that has raged over this tb tbTburHa t tThursday a1SCe a1SCeThurM
ThurM Thursday ay y has tonight to tool t practically p tieallY tieallYwee s swer J f fi
wee but t for railii railiiM aD anoeeat tile tilecoast
M coast the thepr th r tla tlat thsand
i pr and sandr tk
> r 6 of t the country coa conntt devss dIt deralrllsn SMsp uw UeaIn U Uin uwIn
in the wake of the storm Th Thaussnds T ttaanda of ofpeople ofpeople f fJteOple
people crowded erOw lecl the coast O at today toda t9 t view viewthe Viewthe viewthe
the wrecks reckt of the big barks Ocean Belle Belleand Belleand Belleand
and Georgia The body of Captain CaptainGeorxe captatnGeore captainGeorge
George H Adams of the Georgia Washed Washedashore tubeclaAbore < l lashore
ashore late last night nl t The rescue r of ofthree ofthr ofthree
three thr negroes n laOe8 of the crew by Surf SU SUWIlliam Suetman SuetmanWilliam man manWilliam
William Capps was a most mo t heroic act actCaoos actCaDD actCanoe
Canoe while two miles ml from any other otherhuman oUa oUahuman otherhuman
human being and patroling his stretch strstcnbetween streteltbetweeft stretchbetween
between the stations saw aw one n negro gro ever
100 yards off shore in the roaring roarlit surf surfWithout surfWithout
Without a moments consMerattOA he hestripped liestripPed bestripped
stripped and plunged JtluJt < < ed into the sea that thatwas tJlatWb thatwas
was already a y a seethta seething mass of Wreck wjrecka weckire Wreckage
ire a e from tr the barges and aftwrs aft sites a > haft hafthour U
hour battle sinKiehanded and alone alonebrought alonebroulrht alonebrought
brought th the unconscious man tQ shore aporeA shoreA ore oreA
A moment later he discovered through througharift throu h hrift a arift
rift another form and once more mor went wentinto wentintn wentinto
into the surf surfThltc This time his struggle was wasa
a harder one on but he eventually eventuallyceeded > INC succeeded INCceeded ¬
ceeded In saving the negro Placing both bothmen bothmen bothmen
men under un r the lee of a a cliff he started started1510k tartedto
back to t the station station to give ve the alarmwhan alarm fLJannwhen farm farme
when he e saw w a third th rd negro in the waves wavesand wavewe waveweand v vADd
and for a third time plunged pI unsed In and andbrought andbrourbt andbrought
brought an unconscious UBCOft CIOU8 man ashore ashoreSHOT asitoreSHOT sore sorea soreSHOT
New Jersey Han Entered the th Wrong WrongSouse WrongHouse WrongHouse
House SouseTrenton HouseTrenton HouseTrenton
Trenton N J Oct 11 ItHenry Henry Brown Browna
a retired hotelkeeper and anda a mt man JI p of ofconsiderable ofconsiderable ofconsiderable
< considerable means was mistaken for fora fora
a a burglar early this morning and was wasshot wasabot wasshot
shot by Peter Kotz into whoee houseBrown house JouHBrown houseBrown
Brown had forced an entrance Brown Brownwas iJrownWIUI Brownwas
was shot twice in the head and his b phy phyBrowns physicians
slcl8ns have ave no Hope for his rv rvBrowns rewgvery
Browns act In breaking into 3Cots 3Cotshouse xotzsshouse
house tOuse is unexplainable except on the theground t theground e eground
ground of insanity Brown was gtaaact gtaaacting act acting ¬
ing strangely in the tneearly early part of the theevening t1teevenlnl theevening
evening and is said to have been drink drinking thinkIng drinking ¬
ing quite heavily He has been bMnKJCOa bMnKJCOaSCioU8 uncon upoonsebns unconscious ¬
scious since he was shot The supposi supposition MlPPGIJItlon suppo0tlion ¬
lion is that in bill bewildered condition conditionhe con4tUoRhe tioa tioahe
he thought he was u getting into In his own ownhome ownlOme ownhome
home lOme Kotz surrendered and ta s still Atiltunder stillunder uU uUunder
under arrest arrestCORONER aTIH aTIHCORONER arrestCORONER
Accidental Killing on Board Brazilian Brazil Brazilian ¬
ian Warship WarshipNew I INew
New York Oct 0 < 1 1L Midshipman 11MIdshlpman Jose JosePaul J JPaul JosePaul
Paul Ferriera was accidentally shot and andkilled andkUIecI andkiled
killed by Midshipman Mario Mecksher Kee on onthe onthe onthe
the Brazilian manofwar Benjamin Con Constant COIl8tant eonSlant ¬
Slant lying yilt < < In the North river today todayThev todayTb todayTbev
Thev Tb ware ww chums and Hecksher is frantic franticwith traaUewith lraattcwith
with grief xriefThe merTh griefThe
The Th shooting lIboo caused a clash betweenthe between betweenIhA lweeo lweeoth
the coroner and the Brazilian consul An Anoffltr Anottl4r Anoffirr
offltr was sent ashore to make arrangements arrange arrangements e ements ¬
ments for the embalming = of the body and andthe pIlI anddthe
the undertaker who refused reCu ed to perform performthe psrfermthe
the work notified Coroner Scholar The Thei Thecoroner I
I i coroner coronel called hailed Ied a tug on board of which wltlchkwere whichwere ck ckw
were w r the Brazilian consul and 4evd evtfeal evtfealofficers + al alofficers I Iotneers
officers of o the Benjamin Constant The Theconsul TIleOft8Ul Theconsul
> consul demanded to know the coroners conwsfflauthority coronersauthority II i iauthority
authority for interfering with the t af affairs affairs i
< fairs of the Brazilian governments Jiftel 11ftePconsiderable Arts ArtsI Jifteleoulderable
I considerable wrangling wrftn < < lIng the coroner coron finally finallyxalned tlnaUyalned flnallygained
gained his point and was permitted pel permitted to toexamine tt ttfxllmine toexamine
examine Hecksher Heck her who had been placedunder placed placedunder aced acedUDder
under guard guardAERONAUTS Jard
San Francisco Oct 11 UWUUatn UWUUatnan William I Ian
an aeronaut was almost Instantly InlltanUtoday J Jtoday lted ltedtoday
today He made an ascension a eelUllonlICendecl and andscended sodecended
scended safely ateI in a parachute is witai wttIdtfort witaiforty b bforty
forty fort feet of the ground ound when whenleaMd he ire ireleased acleaned
leased his hold on the trapeze bar He Hefell Hefn Hefell
fell on a hard pavement in Golden aloes Oastpark oaMrk aloespark
park rk and soon died diedMadge diedI diedlodge
rid lodge e Hemey aged qecll 17 years vc vw ep r rasaeiuubn rill rillInc
I Inc Oft an electric Oar at the rim time Qt the t1MenafOn theaasension
asaeiuubn enafOn She leaned far out of the theto ear earto qLrto
to get et A better view IfW of the sarsenet JaI1t chtlKa chtlKascent b bIIC411t je jescent
scent and her head struck an electric electricANCIENTS fiIeet electriccwt 1c 1ct
cwt t with such force that death joen joenfollowed en enonowed
followed followedANOIBNTS
Buffalo N Y Oct 11 nTlte The Honorable HonorableArtillery HOIIOCableArtDery HonorableArtillery
Artillery company of London and Us Ushost ItaI itshost
host the Honorable Artillery company of ofMassachusetts otMas ofMassachusetts
I Massachusetts Mas achu8ttts passed th through h Buffalo Buffalottt
ttt noon today and visited tp tf prints t tInteret of ofInterest Ofinterest < <
Interest at the falls Can and the contiguous contiguouscountry co conttguduecountry tt ttcouutry
country This evening the special train trainstarted trainatrt trainstarted
started atrt d for Toronto
owtt1Z0 owtt1Z0KL
KL KNtbYr KNtbYrr
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ti tik1
The TA a aJ aove > > ove is a picture of Constable Hyrum Nsflsons general merchandise store at Holliday In whichHaworth whichHawortA which whichHawortk
Hawortk was was closely guarded after being oaptured until the he arrival of Acting Warden Wright to identify identifyhim idtmtJfyhim identifyhim
him The star tar ts th the right of the building indicates in in the background bRckgroundwhere where the cabin stands in which whichHaworth iritichHaworth wmichHaworth
Haworth was oaptured
t a I Ir Is IS
Cabin Where Haworth Was Captured CapturedHEAVY CapturedffAV CapturedWAVY
HEAVY TIMBER a NOW NOWSituation ON FIRE FIRESituation fiRESituation
Situation at the Eureka Mines Is Worse Than Ever EverBlaze EverBlazein Blaze Blazein
in i n the e Stopes of the Eureka Hill Shaft Shaft6reat Shaft6reatj Shaft6reatVolume Shaft Great GreatVolume
Volume of Smoke Coming Up
fsHel Special SftefoU l to The Heraldeureka Herald HeraldjBureka HeraldE
eureka ureka Oct l1The 11 The underground undergroundflre un
1 fire which wb ch was was believed to haite haitef ba baburned u uburned
f burned Itself out is I apparently as asfead asad
fead ad d tonight as is it has been at any timelino time timesince timefnee
since it started last Monday Since SinceOclock SinceCloik 0 0Oclock
Oclock Cloik smoke has been rolling rollln out ofe of ofe f
tte e Eureka Hill shaft and it is evident evidentDm evidentthe
frOm Dm the odor that it Is 1 from freshly freshlyburned fre freshlyburned hly hlyburned I
burned wood Conditions at the th Bul BullionBeck BulDonBeck BullionBeck ¬
lionBeck were much mu h better this morn mornins I ISuperintendent Ilug
ins Superintendent Earls and his hisforeman blsforeman hisf
f foreman reman Richard Chope were able to tospend toS tospend
spend S JentI half an n hour underground with without without without ¬
out discomfort They went down d wn to th th1Msfoot the thelfoot
1Msfoot 1 level and into the south drift driftof d11ftot driftof
of the 300foot level for a distance of of4M orfeet ofne
4M feet before finding any gas Later Laterlp Laterba LaterIp
lp the day da however the air current currentchanged curnntchanced currentchanged
changed and nd the men who were sent sentALL sentALL entALL
Railways R Have Serious Difficulty DifficultyGetting DifficuUyGetting
Getting Passengers to Their TheirDestination TheirDestination Theirx
x < Destination DestinationNew
New N York Oct 11 With their re refedr
fedr reair r crews crew working to their Mmtt 1II It and andjHielr amldepotS soulit
stormbound stormboattdpiece stormboundpassengers attd attder
jHielr it depots crowded with storm71t
passengers er the railroads running o out outAt outAf t tpf
pf the city to the New Jersey Jer ey suburban suburbandistricts suburbandistricts
districts and the west e t and south strug struggled 8trU strug struggled ¬
gled slowly all da danormal day to get back to toparma topormal
normal parma conditions conditionsThe con conditionsTh tlons tlonsbe
The Th be e roads most affected by b bythe the storm stormthe
the Erie and the Lackawanna were werestill wel welWI re restill
still WI badly tied up on their malnjlines malnjlinesOn malnHllk malnHllkCn mat l 0s 0st
t On n their various rious branches It will take takedays takedays takedays
days to repair the damage damageThe damageThe damageThe
The damage to the Erie was the most JUOjItwJde mostwidespread i iwidespread
widespread wJde pread In Its main line today todaytrains toclaytraina todaytrains
trains got as far as Passaic Pas aic On sev seyeral several several ¬
eral of the branches there was little or orno orno orno
no traffic traf ic On the New Jersey Jer ey and andNew andNew andNew
New York division dtri lon there were serious seriousand seriousand emu emuaDd
and frequent Interruptions past Spring SpringY SprincyaUey Springvalley
Y valley yaUeyThe uey ueyThe
The LAckawanna put up upwhich notices noticeswhich notlcuwhIch
which read All tickets tlcke s to Washing Washington hln hlntpn < < ¬
ton tpn and west sold at at passenger pan passengerstask erB erBk a arisk
risk k I
riskDuring During the day the main line was wasout wasout I IO1It
out of service between Paterson and andBnonton a11BiDoDton anIBonton
Bnonton Traffic ceased also on the theSussex thesuex theSussex
Sussex branch the line being washed washedout 1ashedQUt washedout
out iu b several llevera places placesTJwi p1 placesThe < eB eBlJIe
The Pennsylvania and Lehigh LehJ h Val Valley Valley Valley ¬
ley railroads except for f n r minor interir Inter Interructions Interreuoa
ir ructions tlona practically praett ly resumed their theirregular tbelrlfLr theirregular
regular lfLr schedule today All western westernmalls westernJbIJa westernmalls
malls arrived here practically on onaohtdule onMbMUIe onschedule
schedule time timeJUDGE timeUUGE timeJUDGE
LIGHT GHf FftR F F r R HIS H = as PLACE PLACEWashington PLACEWashington
Washington Wahin < < ton Oct 11 nThe The expectation is istbat iat isMat
Mat t Secretary Hitchcock tUtchc > > ck will this week weekwith weeke
e up with the president the case of ofAC ofT ofImac
Imac AC T Stoddard secretary of the thetory tbetory thetort
tory of Arizona ArI na against whoin whoincbarscs wholtlcte8 whotpiires
cbarscs iires cte8 have be b beets n preferred The case casearoused eeuouaed casee
aroused sed a rest deal of brtere interest t in interritory Ine inudge
e territory territorysed Judge Stoddard has ba ar arrived arrlv arrived ¬
rived rlv in the city elt for the purpose of seeing seeingiris
Secretary Hitchcock and the president in inhis inown inown
his irisSecretary own behalf He says sall the charges can caneasily canfBlly caneasily
easily be refuted as they thythe thewere were made by bvIrrtsponaibie byIrresponsible
irresponsible persons per ou Secretary Hitch Hitchcock HltcheeIt ¬
cock reached here today from New NewHampshire Newltampahire Newllampahire
Hampshire Hr H refused rdusedtonlght tonight to die diecuss discus dl dlt ¬
cuss cus the Stoddard mutter but did say sayat
t that at no action a tloD had been taken tfteaby by him htmyet
I yet t The Judge Jud e was appointed secretary secretaryfft
fft the territory from 1ro New York
down d wn to the 300foot toot level level to continue continuepipelaying continuepipelaying
pipelaying were forced to abandon abandontheir abandontheir 0
their work Tonight the t shaft tt was wasbulkhaaded waabuJkbea wasbulkhsaded i
bulkhaaded buJkbea ed and an air hose ho e dropped droppedInto droppedlato droppedinto
Into it and the compressor will be kept keptrunning keptruanm keptruanbsg
running ruanm all II n ntat nI rht rhtBy bt btBy I IB7
By morning znornlD < < Mr Earls hopes to have havethe havethe havethe
the mine sufficiently clear of gas to en enable enable ¬ i iable
able the men to resume work on the thepipe thepipe I
pipe line on the 309foot foot level The TheBeck TheBeck TheBeck
Beck shaft is the only safe one through throughwhich throqbwbleh throughwhich
which to work and it seems to be the theonly theonly theonly
only feasible route through tb which to toattempt toattempt toattempt
attempt to reach the are It would ap appear appear appear ¬
pear from the volume of smoke that thatIs thatJ thatlo
Is J now coming up through throu h the Eureka EurekaHill BurekaHili EurekaHill
Hill shaft that the blaze te in some of ofthe otthe ofthe
the heavilytimbered h topes in that thatmine thatmI1Ie thatmipe
mine If It is unless it can be located locatedand Jocateclan4 locatedand
and an4 extinguished it will have ve material materialenough materialenough malarialenough
enough on which to feed to burn in indefinitely 18d Indefinitely ¬
definitely definitelyCABINET d definitelyCABINET ftnltelyCABINET
New Marquis of Salisbury Takes Takesa
a Position Held by byHis byHis byHis
His Father FatherLondon FattterLoDdon FatherLondon
London Oct 11 lLTbe The Ite Interesting an annomcement anJIOOaeenae anaoUncement
nomcement t Is made tonight that the thenew tbeu18 thenew
new Marquis u18 of Salisbury SalIeba late lateerboIae Pit Pitcow 1 1cotMt
cotMt cow Craaborne win enter entertlte the cab cabinet ea ealaet cabmet ¬
met as lord privy seal a1 the office 0 held heldby hellb7 heldby
by bl his father tatIMruatll until his ai retirement hut hutyear Jutyear lastyear
year whe whew Mr Balfour assumed assumed the thepoet ttaepost thepost
post without taking the salary larr of i11e00 i11e00speetUy 1 1y 00 00specially
specially y attae attached to it when the late lateMarquis lateKarqut lateMarquis
Marquis of offalhlbul7 Salisbury ry took the position positionThe poeItIonTIM positionThe
The cabinet ca 1Detnow now consists of nineteenmemberp nineteen nineteenmembers nlnet en enmem
members mem e The appointment of Lieu Lieutenant Lleut Lieutenant ¬
tenant t nnt Colonel William BromleyDav BromleyDaverjwwt BromeyDavtert BromleyDeveriert
erjwwt tert M P as s financial secretary tIeeft to tothe tothe tothe
the war office cabled yesterday ye terday is con confirmed eonfirmed confinned ¬
firmed and the following foIlo additional additionalminor acMltkmalmbtor additionalminor
minor appointments have been made madeSecretary m madSecretary 4e 4eretar7
Secretary retar7 to the Admiralty AdmlraltyEt AdmlraltyEtG Ernest ErnestQ
G Pretyman PretymanCivil P1et7maaCivil PretymanCivil
Civil Lord to the Admiralty AdmiraltyMajor AdmiraltyMajorArthur Major MajorArthur jor jorArtr
Arthur H Lee M P PJunior Prunlor PJunior
Junior Lord of the Treasury Tr88urpLo11l Tr88urpLo11lBalcarres TreasuryLordBalcarres Lord LordBalcarres
Balcarres M J 3i P PTreasurer PTreaaurw PTreasurer
Treasurer of the HouseboMhe HouseboMheMarquis HouseooM Ho The TheMarquis
Marquis rqWa of Hamilton HamiltonThe HamiltonThe Hamiltond1115
The new civil lord of t the admiralty admIraltyMajor admiraltyMajor
Major X jGr Lee was 88 British military mlllt8J at attache atthe attache ¬
tache with lth the United States Stat army in inthe intile inlb
the lb SpanishAmerican war and mili military militart ¬
tary attache to the British Brlti J embassy emhG < s at atWashington atWasblton atWashington
Washington 18991900 He wrs parlia parliamentary parliamentary ¬
mentary private secretary Hr tary to Mr Ar Arnold Arnold Arnold ¬
nold Forster secretary of the admiral admiralty ¬
I ty in MM MMBegulaxs
Begulaxs Boiaja da in Camp for More MoreManeuvers MoreManeuvers ore oreanvera
Maneuvers ManeuversCamo ManeuversCamp anvera anveraeaf91
Camp eaf91 > Young Yoo West Point Ky Oct11Sunday Oct OftllSunda
11 llSunda Sunday at Camp Young oung found r all allthe + 1 1tb lt ltthe
the tb national guardsmen auards B speeding speedi home homei ho hoI homeward
i ward ard The 3900 regulars guJara remaining remainingspeftt remainingspent
j spent a quiet day Tomorrow the regu reguars regulara regutars
lara ars will Ill begin the first of the final finalseries barAerls finalseries
series of maneuvers involving the attack at atand atI
tack and defense of a wagon a on train trainThe tralJTbe traitThe
I The work left to be done i is deemed of ofsufficient ofsuScleDt ofsudcleat
sufficient Interest to t hold Oenerai OeneraiBates l tcneraiBates pnE i iBates
Bates Colonel Colo el Wagner the chief um umpire Umpire mupire ¬
pire and the senior umpires Colonel ColonelDorst ColonelDorst 1 1Dont
Dorst and Colonel Treat here until untilWednesday untilWedlteBday untilWednesday
Wednesday WednesdayAn
An estimate of th the cost of the series seriesof s seriesof riel rielof
of mil uvws Il is i n nllt t available but it ifis itIs itis
is known that it cost something IIODIet fate ke keJOOOO
rRtTARtDTO rRtTARtD jCPRitARtD PRitARtDt r v v vTO
TO Finn f1kr fl flJapan t x xJapan
Japan Has lI r s Ms Alse M Gtatei GtateiOn dell dellOn
On Hr r ArmII ArmIIof Arm rmr r R Case Caseof
of 0 Troiitfe TroiitfeHostilities TrolbtLH ra e eHostilities
Hostilities H May ioggi ioggiUpon ItlilUpon II1Rw
Upon the Slightest SUglhttstProvocation i X XProvocation w t tro
Provocation ProvocationNeither ro oca i o oNCitker a
Neither France Fra > ce Nor frflaM EJltla1H11Jkc L OlLtki UW UWTo 4 4To r rTo
To Help the Uttfe LrttleBrowM UttfeBrown uttJcBrowlMel
Brown BrowlMel BrowlMelBEJtLLf Me MejVKLZN L LBEALL
jVKLZN i Oct H 11R 11Rpan 11Rnsstr Russia and J4 J4pan J Jpan
BEJtLLf pan act as thoughfggbt though thoughAPt eitbuvtrnM eitbuvtrnMnght
APt if the other sjtafeti hold IaaWImmovably holdimmovably hoMLimmovably
immovably to the position poel QII taks tateai4 at atthe atthe htthe
the mot exchange of co comela > sjnssBtea sjnssBteationc raieP raiePtions
tionc This te the actual actualUJtdentoocl stta aitaatltt aitaatlttas t A Aas
as understood officially oftIclaU from troIareeelved reports reportsreceived repeitsreceived
received from the German embassy embassyat eI IU IUat
at St t Petersburg and the litelegation Gern German Germanlegation n nlegation
legation at Tofcto Yet this thIatuaJ m mtual nes nestual
tual attitude of hostile preparations preper Uo Uoboth my byboth myboth
both countries ir still regarded here as asnot IUInot annot
not excluding an honorable bonorablement arrange arrangement arrangtr arrangtrment ¬
ment Neither government gover t bin asm gone goneso goneso
so far that it must must fight or or be belaiecl humil bieedlfated humiliated ¬
fated but either cabinet cabinetstep by a astep stassjt stassjtstep
step can put the other in that thatThis pe postlcisti postlcistiThis idThis
This delicate balance may of ofbe cowrse eonresbe cowrsebe
be violently disturbed any day though thoughno thoaI 1 1no
no ultimatum has yet been thrown on oneither OIleither oneither
either scale scaleIt scaleIt caleIt
It is believed here officially oflleiaU that war warshould warshould warshould
should it occur would be between betweenRussia betweenRuslla betweenRussia
Russia and Japan alone and lid thatneither that thatneither tllatneither
neither England nor France would be beinvolved beirvolved beinvolved
involved Frederick the Greats Greatmark tie tiemark memark
mark was quoted to totbe the AasociatiHt AiiIeeoI AiiIeeoIPr AasadatedPress AasociatiHtPress
Press Pr correspondent as illustrating mustrattIM mustrattIMpre the thepresent thepresent
present pre el1t posture of affairs Negotia Negotiations Necotiationa Negotialions ¬
lions without weapons behindyou behind you are arelike arelike Ie Ielike
like a musical tone without instru instruments buItntmen irssirnments ¬
ments mentsThe men mentsR
The Manchurian convention between betweenRussia MtweenR betweenand
Russia R and Del China was signed April 51i 8 81M 8and
1M 1i and acco according aceordlD mti ng to It the evacuation evacuationof
of the three Manchurian provinces wasto was wasto
to be carried out in three successive s 9sri 9sriods peeiods IIt IItods
ods of six tx months from the signing A Anote Anote Anote
note of M Mances rear wu appended to the theconvention tJaeconyentJm
convention Me1art declaring that fUte the MH MHtfu closegoet
goet tfu tbsst IIOtWS ix > twlharaitdl OS OSanees niqi6 > meet meetanees
anees given en by it J violate any anyot provmjeo provmjeoof
of the convention the Russian Russianrnent RuMImment aoveep aoveepment
ment wilt not hold Itself bound el elthe either bythe by bythe
the terms off of the Manchurian agi agior agriefn nt ntor ntor
or by the declarations previously previouelYmade previouelYmadeIn made madein
in connection with the matter and will willbe wUIbf willbe
be compelled to repudiate any anyblUty responsl responslbllity responsibility
bllity and consequences con equenees that might arise srJstherefrom arisetherefrom aieetherefrom
therefrom China was to be permitted permittedto
to maintain whatever force she thought thoughtnecessary tbouIJbteceuary thoughtteceasary
necessary in Manchuria after the evac evacuation eV1aenation me mecation ¬
nation of the territory Russia R also alsoaxreed aJ alsoagreed o oacreed
agreed if Tien Tsin was restored to the theChinese theChlneee theChinese
Chinese within the first six months to toevacuate toevacuate toevacuate
evacuate New Chwang Cbwan < < at the time tbls tblsrestoration QaIIIreetor thinrestoration
restoration reetor t1on was made The allies aln turned turnedover bIrDe4over lancedover
over Tten Tain to the Chinese on Alan Ifi Ifilast J Jlast Iilast
last year The convention was to have havebeen haTeNen havebeen
been beengratified gratified ratified ratl within three months but butthis buttht butthis
this tht was not done doneLast doneLast doneLast
Last month M Lessor Les ar In his note to tothe to tothe tJthe
the Chinese fore foreign board promised to tobegin tobeltn tobegin
begin the evacuation of Manchuria Xa burIA Oct OctS
8 provided China accepted several con conditions CODdltlon conditlons ¬
ditions which China has refused rett ed to do dounder dounder dounder
under pressure principally from fro Japan Japanrnd Japanend iapanrnd
rnd Great Britain BritainTURKEY BritainTURKEY BritainTURKEY
Two More Claims of the Amer Amirican American American
ican Legation Satisfac Satisfactorily Satisfaotorily Satisfactorily ¬
torily Settled SettledConstantinople SettledCwtalltlnople SettledConstantinople
Constantinople Oct 11 Itor 11Two Tww tsars tsarsclaims laarsclaims mK6claIm
claims of the American legation e atloa atloaMea bars bawabeen barsbeen
been satisfactorily settled the theImportant more KMreimportant moreimportant
important being beiD < < the issue i eue of a firmest flnsMULgranting firmestgranting Ul UlgrantlDc
granting to Dr Banks permission to toexcavate 10excate toexcavate
excavate the ruins of Btarasa B inMesopotamia in inMesopotamia InKe
Mesopotamia Ke opotamla The claim has been beenpending beenpeDdbIc beenpending
pending for three years and its settle settlement HttIemeat settlement ¬
ment was constantly thwarted by a aGerman aGf1IDD aGerman
German professor engaged in similar similarwork aIwdIarwk similarwork
work workThe wkThe workThe
The second question settled concerns concernsproperty CODeeI CODeeIpropertT concernsproperty
property belonging belO 3lng to the wife of the ttoeAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American consul at Smyrna upon uponWhich upoowhich uponirhicb
Which immigrants have established establishedthemselves eataWIIIIaedthemHlv estabildsedthemselves
themselves and which the governnasntnow goyernnssnt goyernnssntnow p t tnow
now agrees ac to purchase pure Thenegotia Thenegotiations The JIIIIIOd JIIIIIOdtlODS pegottations ¬
tions regarding other questtsos be between between between ¬
tween Turkey Turk and the United UJdte4are States Statesare fltettesare
are also making progress progressSome plOlP plOlPSome progressSome
Some powers are showing sbowlD irritation irritationat lrr atfon atfonat
at the prolonged stay of the t American Americanwarships Americanwarship JIMIIeaDwarships
warships at Beirut but United StatesMinister StatesMIDl8ter States StatesMinister
Minister Leishman maintains an atti attitude attitude aUitude ¬
tude of patient pat nt and steady steadyMISSOURIANS pressure pressureMiSSOURIANS presursMISSOURIANS
Wallace Ida Oct 11 nTwo Two carloads of otMlssourian ofMinourlan ofMiseourian
Mlssourian miners left the Coeur dAlene dAlenethin d dAlenethis Alene AlenethJ
thin thJ afternoon for Cripple Creek to r rolac re renines
nines the strikers There are a ninety Of Ofthem ofthem f ft1aetD
I them nearly an of whom are from hOID8tandard the sheStandard theStandard
Standard and Mammoth mines which arc arcowned areI arcowned
owned bv b the RockefellerGould syndt syndtcntp QIIdiNltp syudicate
I cntp cntpOurine cateDuring During the th labor troubles In 1899 18labout 18labouti about about4M t
4M Missourians Mil ourhna were imported to th thI tIM tIMCOPur thelneur
I i Coour dAUii d Alct district and 4t Is beHepsd beIIeINdI beRsUttthat
1 that nearly all of these men will lIlbe be sent senti ee t tj
1 i to Cripple Crlop Creek reek Today ftfeipsaeaf shipmentis shipmentisthe bi biI is isi
i the th second nd about sixty having a i1nC left lefttwo hCf hCftwo bye byetwo
two weeks a ago aroI agoNONUNION o oNONUNION
San Antonio TX T I ° L Oct nThe 11 TM street streetcar streetcar trtar
car ar strike h here > ro vs marked mark < > < i by violence violenceand violenetb violenceand
and bloodshed b today Soldiers ldi ldiI rom Fort FortSum F Fortc
c Sum zm Houston Hnut HnutS u attacked tt nonunion non rnion n car carirtws
I rows S and < hsed them from their car cartntT cars carsLcucr <
I tntT a i ruwd < attacked a r > ar I r on the theKovrranvHrt thegonfm theI
I KovrranvHrt gonfm mnt t hill route and tlr v t stone stoneat etonI stonesat
I at passengers a woman on on ottr rr being beingOn beingI
I seriously injured JnjnredI
On South Flores Flor s street a < i ns r ra > < iii h asked ackeilsber ackda
I a car ar that wan guarded rdd by dI < 1 1Iffs i > sber sberT ahrOnt aherIffs
Iffs One > Of the deputies i l in inthe T from fromone tromI fromthe
the car ar and att attempted mpt > rl l to Hr ar arthr 4 one of ofn orthmob ofthe
I the thmob mob a wh hltl > n ho w was WH a < stm n k krioters h n a doseu doseuy n nrhhr
ri rioters trr M < shot hot and fl dance y wound woundLuation Woundj
d i Hs Hmrv my M 41or iXrt < rt TI InS < Luation is isyXDOJtSED igII
r II wr g5rUDOBS
I New York Oct 11 11The The county count commlttecof com committee tm tmmltt ¬
mlttecof mittee of If the irermanAm rmanAmrlan riean Demo lcmncrac Demora Dfmfhra
ra rac > v D of I litifry < rtnty int In > met today tndi l1d nni for foriuilii forul foruy
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