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All Uncle Sams Contentions Conceded Except IxeeptDispute ExceptDispute ExceptDispute
Dispute Over Portland Canal CanalCanada C Canaln CanalCanada nal nalI nalCanada
Canada Gets an Outlet But the Outcome OutcometsaGreat Is a Great Disappolnt Disappolntment DlsapPofntment Disapotntment
ment to Her
4 4L 1 1r
r OXBON O N Oct 17 Ijn The Alaskan AlaskanI AIkinL u uboundal7
L L I boundary eommissloi reached a adecision adecision adeciMon
decision whereby all the Ameri 4meftvan American mertcan ¬
can contentions are sustained wit wlt1 j the theexception theexc
exception exc ptlo of those in relation r latJon to the thePortland thePortland
Portland canal c naJ which Canada wins
All A II thacnow remains to be done is s for forthe tort forth
the t th h commissioners to affix their th lr signa ¬
tures to the decision and complete the themap tbeJ1Jap th thap
map ap which will accompany It t On the theJnay thefJRy thef
f Jnay nay will 11I be marked the boundary line
definitely flnltely fixing the division dh1 1on of Ameri American America Amenan
can ca an nand and British territory on such a aals aa5I5
rasis that no American citizen c1t1z n will 11I lost lostH loftIi lOSIJI
H Ii foot of land he already believed he
told while the United States will get I
Hi 1111 the waterways to the rich Alaskar Alaskariprritory AlallkarIprrltory AlackatterrItory
terrItory with 1th the exception of the
Portland canal which gives Canada Canadathe Canadath Canadathe
the th one outlet he so much needed neededA
A Week of Discussion DiscussionThe Di8cWMrlonThe
The longstanding dispute was only oalYIpttled
fettled after a week of keen trying tryingjsecret tryingCrft tryingecret
jsecret deliberation between the arbi arbitrators arbItrators ¬ I Itr
trators tr tors Even up to noon today there therevon thereIilR therePS
von PS an acute possibility pOtudbilltythat that a die dlsireemem dielgrement 1
lgrement ireemem ffmflnt might mi < ht result and the whole wholeproceedings wholeproeeedtng hole I
pllc proceedings dlng8 fall to the ground Lord LordMverstone LordAlveretone
Mverstone 1 h > rtlltone though opnly Inclined In < tned to tobelieve tobeltte tobelieve
believe in the Justice ju jthti tlCf of the American Americanargument Amt Americanargument > ricn ricnargument
argument that the United States > s was wasentitled weeentitled as aspntltled
entitled to the th heads of inlets t as con contained contained eontamed
> tained In question 5 held out that Can Canada CanL
L 1 ada had established etltabll hed her cnre in ques queslions ques110nll queeV
V 1 lions 2 and 3 dealing with the Port Portland Portland Portj
j land canal canalI
I Came Easy Ea y at Last LastAfter LastA 1
bI After A fteor lunch Senator Lodge Secretary Rfretar I
It tfOt < x t and Senator Turner agreed to tocf toele 1
cf ele pdt < le those points and to start the theAmerican thelurlcan theAtuentcan
American boundary line from the head headf headflf headthe
flf < f the Portland canal thus giving the theCanadians theanadlans theanadiane
Canadians that channel and some small smalllands emailand manlIandl
lIandl lands and on which there are only a few fewdisused fewdlsu fewdeued
disused dlsu storehouses This accom accomMixhed acom1lIl11hed aecomiiiihed
Mixhed the majority of the tb tril unal unalscreed una1r unalered
screed r > Pd to flx with this thl exception th thntlre thntl thnttre
> ntlre ntl boundary os > I outline 1 in tt ttWterican rtn ttknterlea
knterlea Wterican n rlcan n case aRe Whether W hf hether > ther Me Mf1IIr r5 < Ayles Aylesvorth Ayleerth 8 8vorth
vorth rth and Jeite the Canadian tom tomrulKsioneis coinntesionevs 010 0101l111l10ntu
rulKsioneis will refuse rf > fu8 to sin Igo th tho de decision dedlon deciClon
cision and make it unanimous i II not notknown notk notknown
known k non but it will 11 not affect < t the valid validity yalklity validity ¬
ity of f the agrf hgreement grf > ement if a minority mlnorlt mlnorltJlIrt re report rerort ¬
port is submitted By Monday after afternoon after1100n afternoon ¬
noon it is hoV h4ed pd d that everything will willbe willbp willbe
be ready for plgnature though the ac actual act ftctual ¬
tual t ual marking markln of orthe the line on the map mapvhioh maphi mapvhi
vhioh vhi hi shall forever determine the v ne e efppth s sM
1 M fppth e < tivc territories will occupy some sometime fIOmetltne eometitne
time titneI
I Bound to Secrecy SecrecyThe SecrecyThemajorlty SecrecyTh
The Themajorlty Th majority of the commissioners coinmienlonersqq 9 1mi slonen
qq 1 > t the foreign onV oMe > e harriedly thto thton thl thli I
n i f ternoow tit tnrdf > rder > r to catch trams for forwekend foreicend j jektnd
wekend ektnd visits vi to the country Noth Nothing Nothi ¬ I
ing i had dV rred ed which whl < h led the few fewontookera fewonIookerevet
ontookera onloo onIookerevet even to suspect < t that tfc t the dis dispute 41 41put ¬ I
0 putt put had rtaMied td its It practical end The Therommissfoners Theenmmieeloners
rommissfoners themselves thp1OMI are ar still stillbmnd IIt1l1b j
bmnd b tnd nd to secrecy I until the declskm dPlt km Is IsActually IstuaJly Ii
Actually tuaJly rendered > rl and practically few fetvothers te fewothere I ItheM
others were we really ally aware a how great greateogree a aJegree adegree
degree eogree of succ IUNI fs had attended the ef efforts effort cifrte ¬
forts of the American Amr < an member of th thtribunal thtribunal tht
tribunal t rl bunal
Mr r Couriers Sp pHC ek In Canadiam Par Parliaxaent ParlJament ParIlament
liaxaent liaxaentOttawa lJamentottawa Ilamentottawa
Ottawa Ont Oct 17 17The The Canadian Canadianjruvernment Canadiangu CadIngoverflmeflt
jruvernment gu > rnmeut has not yet received offi official offtial odiial ¬
cial ial notlc of the > reported decision in inthe Inth Inthe
the th Alaskan AlaAkau1toundary boundary case If the re recision te e ecielon
cision is 1i as reported namely namel that Port Portland PortJaoo Portlan4 ¬ J
land canal pana is to remain in Canadian Canadianterritory Cana4fanterritory Canadianterritory
territory there in a feeling In omclaJ omclaJcircles
circles < that the dominion has not much muchto mUfhtf 1
I to 0 be thankful for Canada in holding I I I
tf the Portland canal retains Wales and andpparpe andPfoaflle andPeare
pparpe islands which overlook Port PortSimpson PortSrnpenn I
Simpson on the proposed terminus of the theGrand theGra
Grand Gra nd TrunkPacific < It would be In Innvtnlent j t
convenient to have lost these islands islandsbut 11II1andsbut Iclandabut I
but as a they were > clearly marked on onVanouvertJ onVanouVerc I IVancouvers
Vancouvers map as a being In Canada anadaIt j
It io d difficult I moult to nee e how this could have havebeen haveIwtn havebeen S
been done As the government has no noofficial nofftidHI notfticlal
official information none of the minis ministers min mlnlatre l ltfllTI ¬
ters will speak lIPf > ak on the subject 8ubJ t for pub publiation pubistUon pubiatiofl
liation North of port Simpson Ca CatiHdn Calida Caiada
tiHdn will have no harbor and no outlet outleton
on the Pacific const lO lt from the Yukon Yukongold YukonI Yukonfields
gold I Id fields fieldsIn
In the hottffe of commons cot1lmo 8 today Mr Mrr j jirley i
r irley prle member tMr for Colchester r Nova NovaSi Novatla Novaha
Si tia whooe hoel speeches In the house houseImve bou8eJI
Imve JI f i gained for him much notoriety notorietyi Ioccasion I
i < > k occasion to refer rf > fer to the decision decialonI
IT I > the I h Alaskan boundary case He Hefrid I I j
frid fo f d 1
If I 1I r the news is correct that we hear h heara r rI I Ii I
i a i ho hi corridors and I hope it Is not notclaim notIi
S Ii 11 i that the United Statee tat ha hac got to d do doI I 1
I I tu make a claim for Canada and th thy thiYwill thyvil1 y yIwill
Iwill will get it by boastfulness and di diMion diMionI short shortt
t st t effort If It In true we might an anveil aJIall aecel
veil cel all throw away awa our national aspira aspiration lIptrafionl aepirationL ¬
tion tionL The last two generations of Eng Englishmen Englishmen ¬ I IJ
lishmen J hmen were dfgenerates and cowards cowardsThey cowardaThey I I1hfY
They have had no leao lea4r > r since Pitt Pittrliod Pittt1id Pittdied
died Thank God Go 1 Chamberlain Chambt > rlaln is gal galarizing KalHnlzlnK galaiIzIng
arizing them tht > m and putting new blood bloodIn
In them themMr th themMr m m11r
Mr Rom Victoria Cape Breton pro protested proffRted protested ¬
tested against pppaklng about English Englishmen Engllsh111n EnglishC
men in this way and Mr Gurley re retoried retoried retred
toried that they th vent Pllt around with withMinds withllnd withblinds
Minds llnd on urfftt to drive sheep across acrossthe acrouthe aerossthe
the country countryEXFXOOTCD countryBXPII0lED countrygxparz
Keen Disappointment in British Co Columbia Columbia CoS ¬
S lumbia lumbiaVictoria lumbiaVictoria lumbiaVictoria
Victoria B c Oct 17 IjPendln 17Pending Pending the thereceipt theHftpt thefPIpt
receipt of full details d < taJl regarding the de de1eion j
dflon if Jon of the Alackan boundary com corniie1OfleI5 om omml9l1ontn I Imisfhoners I
misfhoners In London British Colum Columbia Columbja Columbin ¬
bin is suspending lIu n ln judgment judgm nt and t te teond > e ej
j ond expressions of keen disappoint disappointnionf dllapPGJntJnfnt
nionf at the > decision which hleh concedes concedeseverything confd concedeseverything 1I 1Itrytblng
everything to the United States with withtie
tie 111 exception of Portland canal om officials oMdale ¬ I Icia
dale cia It will m say y little on the matter matterThe tuatterS
S The Th people of British Columbia ex exr esrted cxicted I
r rted > fted to receive much mor at the thehands thehLLnds thehnda
hands of the commissioners bat M on onr onto oneS <
I r cor > r the officials offici of the British Columbia
government pve1llmeats saM tItle morning naornJ MIf If the thepeople thepeople
people of the province pro tnce And that the thecase theeaa thebaa
case has been bee decide on its merits meritsarfft meritsari4 meritsJ
arfft J on Its merits alosa alo they will ac accept acI ccpt ¬
I cept pt the decision frankly traDk but if as astoss asbeeD acies
l toss ies been the ease In other oth arbitration arMtratkmcwhere N arbitrationwhere tra oMf
> where this proyfasee aA Nce has been 1teeaaDd acted aJTectedand actedand
and notably the beiaslc sealing arbi arbitration a atratton arbitratlon ¬
tration the a dedet decision n has been reached reachedas IMC IMCa
as a diplomatic arrangement betweea betweenGreat betweeaGftlat betweeaGreat
Great Britain sad tiIMtthe d the United I States it itwill Itwill Itwill
i will cause extreme Irritation in Cana Canada CanaI Cnaie ¬
I da t whose ho people peo e aw e becoming becoinln tired of ofbeing ofbeing I
being gariandsd with at flowers and aD4crlQced sa sacrificed secriflced ¬
crificed to make diplomatic arrange arrangements alTDtlement arrangements ¬
ments between Great Britain and the theUnited thetjnlted
United States British h Columbia tx txpected expeited axpected
pected much more and cannot see on onwhat onwhat onwhat
what grounds the decision was given givenagainst penqalnat gFcenagainst
against them themVICTORY themVICTORY
S State Dep DeprtmtOiaci Deprtmsnt rtni nt Officials 5 Plawsed PlawsedWitk Pleaaodwith
With the theRu1t theRu1tWashington Btsult BtsultWashington ult i
Washington Oct 17 17The The Associated AssociatedPress Anodtedprellll AssociatedPress
Press bulletin from London announc announcing anno announclag une uneIII ¬
ing < the decision of the Alaskan boun ¬
dary commission commisai was w the first intima intimation tattmaMon hUmnlion ¬
Mon received by the state department departmentthat
that tha t the commission had readied an anagreement anacrtement anagreement
agreement Although the bulletin bulletinfrom bullflintrom bulletinfrom
from London Is exceedingly brief state statedepartment etated statedepartment
department d parhll nt officials say ay that it shows showsa howsa
a distinct dlstl t victory for the United States StatesIt
It is their opinion that the effect of the thedecision thed thedecision
decision d l ion regarding the Portland canal canalmerely cnalmtreJy canalmerely
merely gives to Canada the possession possessionof
of Pearse Island a small island in the thePortland thePortland thePortland
Portland canaland canal and of no special apecl im importance importanee ¬
portance This detail of the th controver Ofttro
ay is admitted bY state department dttflfltflclals of eJ ¬
ficials to have been open to toon argument argumenton
on both t sdea sdeaPearer > des desPearse desPeane
Pearse island is at the mouth of the thecanal thecanal
canal ca Ral The latter is i divided diri into two twocanals twocanRls twocanals
canals by the island ncI and Canada for formerly tormf formerly ¬
merly mf > rly had undisputed use dt < ff the east eastern eern eaStcnn ¬
ern channel Under th the present decision deianada dad daddon ¬
don Canada < anada will have the use of o the tkieest theWestern thewestern
western est > nt channel channelDecision ebannelDeci channelDecision
Decision Deci ion Monday MondaySecretary MondaySeertary on ay ay8f
Secretary 8f > r > tary Hay tonight received a ca cablegram cabl Cabkgram ¬
blegram bl am from London u Ddon announcing that thatthe Oaatth thatthe
the th Alaskan bouwMary Jt b oomnrissMm ex expected exeettd oxpected ¬
pected to hand down a decision on onMonday onMonday OnMonday
Monday but that no Sad I agreement agreementnad acreementhad agreementbad
had been bet n reached No further details detailsof
of the cablegram cablemwele were given out outCommenting otItCom outCommenting
Commenting Com mea un on t the Associated A Press Pressdispatahoe Pressdiapotohe s
dispatahoe dl8pa tabe8 g high administration a offi official ¬
cial ial said saidWhile saidWhile aaidWhile
While the Alaska boundary com commission comfuion COrnmission ¬
mission fuion has no AOt n > p 4e4 d awn a formal
derision the VaMlBr1sU iij mated fl HI < Press P an anmade aucDlant anouneemnt
ouneemnt cDlant
I 0x I
forecast L eca8f of Ole t h hwUrh r q th 0
Which will ill be ji jiSfendKy J made iSd de pusHc pu on onforecast onndtty onnday
SfendKy ndtty Tim Th4stjSt fstilutk J1att > ii of the th United Unitedtee
fortes tee ea regrttlnJtv rEIIn41Ig He Portland canal canals canalthe
w s the wartaii jart of the American Americancase Americaneaae I
case ue and u tb U strongest point In the Ca Canadian Candian ¬
nadian contention It Is but a minor minor4etail
detail tan of the controversy The Cana ¬
dians contended that the Portland canal canalran canalran canalran
ran to the north of two small Islands Islandsthe blJandth IsIandthe
the th American contention tentlon was that the thechannel thechannfl theehannel
channel ran alongside of these Island
On thin point there was ground ound for ar argument arJlumfnt ergument ¬
gument Pear e island land and the oth ot otmal1 other othersmell r rsmall
small Island are a both of little or no Im Importance ImportJlCe importace ¬
portance and their acquisition gives givesCanada gtfIICanada givesCanada
Canada practically no additional ad advantage advantalle advantage ¬
vantage The Th decision of the Alaska
boundary commission mmou rendered along
the lines indicated by the Associated
Press P will be a complete victory for the
United States StatesState SttetlState StatesState
State department officiate naturally naturallyare
are profoundly gratified that aa agree agreement acreement agreement ¬
ment has been reached favorable to
the American contention contentionBoundary contentionoundaryunchanged contentionBoundary
Boundary oundaryunchanged oundaryunchangedAs Unchanged UnchangedAs
As was pointed out out tonight to lcht by a high highofficial hl highoMelal < h hofttdal
official the decision Is a complete Jus Justification Jantifleatlon ¬
tification of our claims an evidence of
the skill with which the American case
has been n presented pre and a tribute to the
fairness talrn and broadramdednesB of the tb
British member of the commission
Lord Chief Justice Alverstone AlverstoneThe AlvelllloneThe AlvenstoneThe
The effect e ect of the decision it Is stated
here is to teaye e the Alaskan kan boundary boundarypractically bolndalTprafUcally boundarypractically
practically where It is now The main mainpoint mainpoint mainpoint
point of the Canadian contention In Involved Involnd Involved ¬
volved the outlet from the Klondlke Klondlkegold Klondlkegold
gold fields at the head of Lynn eanaJ
including the ports of Skagway and
Dyea Dy a through which the th Klondike nell
business bu ineu is transacted These ports re remsin remain 1 1main
main American territory The de dp decielon
clsion Is taken tabnto to concede the American Americanclaim Americanclaim Americanclaim
claim to a strip of territory ten t leagues leacu
in width from tidewater tidpwat r and extending
from the head b ad of Portland canal nal to the
14Jst meridian of vest t flt longitude The
Americans laid especial e eda I stress upon
their contention that this strip should
be measured from the heads of estu estuaries estuaries tu tuarfEO ¬
aries or bays while the Ca Canadians lana ar argued Rrsufd anSued ¬ 1
Sued that the measurements should be
from the main wat lr Watr tpr r of the ocean The Thecontrol Thecontrol Thecontrol
control of the tb sites of Skagway and
Dyea D6 > a was involved in the controversy controversyFealing controvel87Fe8l1n controversyPeeling
Peeling in Canada CanadaToronto CanadaToronto OanadcToronto
Toronto Oct 17 1GrMt Great disapproval disapprovalof
of and disappointment dlaappolll ment i IR felt here over
the decision of the Alaskan case caseI
I would not like to criticise Lord
Alverstones decision until I have ba read I
it but the result is a very great disap ¬
pointment to me mtThis meThl1 meThis
This was the view of Thomas Hod Hodgin Hodgins
gin gins K C the master in ordinary ordinarywho ordfnarywho ordinarywho
who has made a special study of the
boundary dispute and it conveys the
feeling of Canadians generally generallyBEGISTBATIOir penlrlIyC
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+ New Ne York Oct 17 liThe The regis regiet resJatratlon registratiQn +
+ t ration on tne UteJut last day in Greater Oreatere GreaterNew + t tNew
+ New e York was 138099 making a atntaJ 1 1total + f ftotal
+ total for the ftmr r days of oftotal 9399X1 9399X1f S2993Th +
+ f The Th total registration 1 Uon for the pre preedfng preceding + t tcoding
+ coding < three years was W 1MO 1MOMPTT8 100617i +
+ MPTT8 18 im 1 tHI W4141 1902 W2W1 t2 31 + t I
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t + 4 yjUTTE 7 UTT Oot O < t 17 17At At an early ellrl hour this morning two masked mounted mountedfj JDOVAtedmn t4 t4si +
si + BtTTi fj men rode up to the little 8tatlon at Welch Spur twenty miles mllet118t + f feast
4 east of I this thl city and covering tbe operator with their revolvers revolversdrove reYoIv revolversdrove r rdrof +
+ drove > him inside his ofllce and locked him in They then turned the theligna theijgnal 4 4signal +
+ + signal I light s so o < > an to stop the next train The North Coast Limited the theo theenHk + S
4 crack flyer of the Nor NortJCrfl stfP frn Pa Pacific iftc < was due In half an hour hourThe hourThe +
+ The o OJrRtor razor F f K t I A Law V a a boy ooy of 20 threatened with death If he heno + f fmoved
+ 4 moved no 1VP d era c ra ItII d 01 his hand and knees to his ht telegraph keys kt > y and reach reachin + f fiiiK
+ 4 iiiK in from umJ undr th thS > table wired lrtcJ the operator at Hooteatake to tell the theengineer +
+ 4 engineer of the North poast oast Limited not to stop that bandits meant mea t to tohf tohohi + I
+ 4 hf hold > lcl it up it at t Welchs Wf > l bpur Kpur pur The train tr ln went through the latter laU place at atfort atfirtv + f fforty
+ forty fort mile an hour and an art4 the banditsthen bandit thf > n rode off tA Apoeee posse took the trail trailit +
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Two Densely Crowded Ferry Fe ry Boats Collide in la a Fo0 o in inSan inSan thSan
San Francisco Bay BayFortunateIYIl BayFortunateIYIlLives BayFortunateIyNLives Fortunately FortunatelyLives
Lives Were Lost
AJf FRANCISCO Oct 9ct nEndan nEndan5fftng
ii goring the lives oY thousands of ofIN8Hnget
psssengeis the Soothern Pacittc Pacittcferry Pacincterry Pacilicferry
ferry steamer Newark crashed cra hed into the theferry th thterry theferry
ferry steamer Oakland klan in the t 1M middle middleof
of r the bay during g dense fog this thismorning thjsmorniBS >
morning Bowon BowOntbeNewark the Newark struck struckthe atruckthe struckthe
the Oakland aft of I the port paddle box boxtearing boxteartnA boxtearing
tearing a hole in h nee a side but fortun fortunately fortunately fortunately ¬
ately not disabling her machinery machineryThe
The Newark came out of the collision collisionwith colllslQllwith
with her rails carried away at the thebows tlebow thebows
bows THe deck near r the apron apron was wasdeeply 8 8deeply
deeply cut by the Oaklands side sideOwing tdeOwln sideOwing
Owing Owln to the dense den fog on the thet bay baytne baythe
the t e boats were doing doln double service servicethe servicethe
the crowd on each steamer tea rbetDA being don donble double doeble
ble In consequence C le On qn t Via Oakland Oaklandthe ta akiandthe and andthe
the excitement t was greater than on onM Oilthe
the ewti ie at thiblOw thiblOww a ona
w SI SIdgrees
M degrees d grees After r this W Hmfe sf sfboard S1t S1tboard t t1t
board 1t the Orfkhtnd O recovered hcfc rolle4 rolle4to robe
to port when the Newark backed her herengines Mttltlnes herengines
engines and got ot clear clearAs c1e clearAs r rAs
As the Oakland rockd on the water waterafter watcrafter akr akrafter
after the crash the th crowd on the tb lower lowerand 141l1erand luwerand
and upper upperdeckCruahed decks rushed back ha k a a d form formin
in a fury of oCtrlSht fright Women fell n nfainting nftlntlng flfainting
fainting fits or went Into hysterics on onBIG onBIG onBIG
International InternationallnstUution Institution at Mex Mexico Mexico Mexico ¬
ico City Has Closed Its ItsDoors ItsDoors ItsS
S Doors DoorsMexico DoorsftIto S SMexico
Mexico ftIto City Oct Oc 17 17The Tbe International InternationalBank IDternatJonalj internationalnk
Bank nk ft Trust company of America W WH WH V VH
H Hunt president > nt with bnu bra cb in inNew inNew
New York and San Francisco P aebIen and various variouspoints vaM vaMpolntll varloSepoints I
points throughout Mexico M closed Its doors doorsthis doorsthis
this morning in voluntary vohant liquidation and andposted andpo endposted I
posted po ted a notice to that effect on the doors doorsof doonIof doorsof
of the bank in this thl city cityThis dOThta citymM
This Institution has advertised that it ithas ill illhas ithas
has a paM up gold capital of ofand UW 1000 > WO WOand j jand
and deposits ft of about JtaWOOO silver Uv r Th Thinstitution The Theinstitutios I IlruttttUOeR
institution has he been in existence for some somefour BOrnefour somefour
four years and had until recently en enjoyed 41Joyfd er erjoysd ¬
joyed public confidence contt enefo The cause > 1ft 1ftthe dfthe < if ifthe
the failure fan is said to be overlending overlendingThe overIendlnrhf
The > denpsltor del embrace a large number numberof
of if railway construction contractors and andmen aDdmfll andmen
men of the Ellllb Englishspeaking kJng colony colol In tnthis Inthl Inthis
this thl thlP city cityPresident
President P PresidentHunt tHuDt Hunt arrived from New York Yorktoday Yorkteday Yorktoday
today but made no statement though thoughlater thol thoughater h I Ia
later a er the th management issued ued a statement statemlCntyang
saying yang it was deemed best to dose the thedoors I Idoortl
doors of the bank It Was hoped only onlyttnponiily I ItJllporarlh
temporarily and that the prospects p were werethet I
tflat t the depositors would wo 1d not lose a
cent centThere centThere
There win 1 be much distress dptre among < de depositors deItors Icpadtors ¬
positors many n of whom who are contractors contractorswho fntraCtowho ntrtoswho I
who today came to the city ctt to daw d fonda fundato fndlte fondato
to pay their men menNo menNo n nNo
No other American bank Is affected affectXlall affectedall
all being < anlvent M lv nt A large 18 amount of ofcash ofrallb ofcash
cash was offered offfl to the failed institution institutiontoday lflstltuttontoday > n ntOOIY
today mt H t was said not to be CaCti Sufficient CaCtident rn rndf ¬
dent cientTre df dentThe > nt
The T ntT e I international Banking Banki Corporation Corporationhs erporRttonb
hs b no connection eonlH < tlon whatever r with the In InternaUoftaJ International
ternational Bank Trust company companyFiflE complyFiRE ronipadyo ronipadyFIRE
Men Compelled Co pelled to Qu Quit t Work in Bul BulHonBaok 13ullion13eok BullionBeak
HonBaok Shaft ShaftSpecial Shaftal ShaftSgeclai
Special al to The Herald HeraldTtwreka BerahLK1UekA BerakLreka
Ttwreka reka Oct 17 17A A ddcen men under underSuperintendent under8uJMrl underCuparintPIent
Superintendent 8uJMrl ent Lois En UI the Bullion BullionBeck BulUonJhck BullionBeck
Beck mms ndRe tam who bo have been trying tll to toreach torach toreach
reach the t e underground b4erkr nd fire quit work worktonight workt011IAhl worktonight
tonight at 12 1210 > after nner1Mcl1lnr reaching the Big BigBell DIeBell BigBell
Bell slope TOO feet from the t mouth of the theshaft theshaft theshaft
shaft Ike HlUmsn H D wan knocked out by bygas by1J b bgas
gas 1J and > had tn quit the game at mid midnight mldnltlrht midnight ¬
night Smoke to stilt tI pouring out of the theKur UteEurka theEureka
Eureka Kur ka Hill shaft which hld is the only one onesouth oneKluth onesouth
south of toe tll Beet that is s open The ef effort dort effort ¬
fort ort to reach h tbe fire will be renewed to tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morning Th ThO Centenn Centenn4iIFunka Centenn4iIFunkasbaft lKureka lKurekaGbaft
shaft still tllI remains enu n closed closedMORGAN clf clfMORGANlOOKING closedS closedMORGANLOOKING S
Washington allhlto Oct 17 flenator Senator nator Morgan Morganof I
of Alabama of tbe senate committee on onInteroceanic onIn onlnterocanie
Interoceanic In 1c canals anaJ called at the state statedepartment statedepartment
department today and had a two hours hoursconference hOursoonterenca hoursconieretics i
conference with Secretary Se < ntary Hay Both the thesecretary theaecPe thesecretary
secretary aecPe and nd the senator ruttor declined to todiscuss tud todiscuss
d discuss 1 lh the conference Senator Morran Morgansaid Morransaid
said tc tCJcht lght that he went to the utate utatedepartSw ttRte ttRtede ctatedepartsnt I
de departsnt departSw nt for information Won on ithmian ithmiancaftl ithmianeaftl
caftl matters Tonight Senator Morgan Morganand Morganand Morganand
and Mr Calvo the Costa oats Rican minis mlnlnter ministsr I
ter held a conference regarding the canal canalsituation canalIOltuatlon canalsituation
situation situationYBIiOW situationYELLOW
Laredo Tex Oct nTII 17 The nrtlclal yet yellow yetlow et etlow ¬
low fever fev bulletin Issued tonight tonightN tonilClUXW tonightNw
N XW ° w cases ca twentytwo deaths tw tWtntal tWtotal < v vtotal
total eases to date 390 3t total death d athd t tdate tdate to todate
date twentyone Two new cases ban hnvideveloped havdevelopfd bandeveloped
developed at Minerva makinv a total of ofninety otnlrl4 ofninety
ninety nlrl4 t cases of fever at that plaoi pia Thvr Thvrhave Th Thcrhave r rhftvt
have only been five fh deaths Wednesday Wednfsdal
last l st there > were three denths air an1 1 three threenew tjl tjlnew tiirenew
new cases es at a Monterey XO tere City CityOEOLEBA ih ihCIIO i iCHOLERA
Jerusalem Oct 17 lChoIera Cholera holt > ra has brok broken brokPit brokPit ¬
Pit out at Bethlehem The town has hasbeen has1xen
been cordoned by troops troopsi
> > i
I the t injured lJIJur d steamer st mPr On O the upper upperffeck up upt uppervk
i S ffeck t vk k several womendished wo woine to the t eratl rail railby
to leap eap overboard btl but WeI wer held hi hiI back backby
I by the men hacks l ka eanHmng cork Dr trkjackets
1 Jackets jacketllete were torn down do dow ftcougi tros 9 the theMboto t tbQM thewhole
whole bQM length of the tbea Oa OaO Dinds1 ai1ower ai1ower4te1t lower lower4ck
l 4te1t I S
O Oh the Kewark ewank t teWb the jis jismore paees WOre WOremore
more elbstly y restrained t tfeeling ti sst ot otfeelbts ot otfcethig
feeling the 1w force of the themuch Ulii i 8 8mu numuch
much mu eta aa the t Oaklan4 Oaklan4Fort r 4 =
I Fort Fortuately y in the ther theet i be o ese
r of 0 the slfHUMsrs sffisra 8 dhwl dhwlt 4 4iegIgjji4pumendabie ble bleand Wet
t I coolaes I When the o ostood pfj5aadpflots pfj5aadpflotsst and pilots Dtestcicd pilotssl
stood st ot at jtteir eir posts te teand Inh itm sl II IIand hpiwea hpiweathrtr i ° Pass
and extrioated ext rlesLed tlie no nodtton hog fm thrtr t tdtl41n X Xha PC >
j dtton toe mate ju and d dpresence j t ha u is 1Idtk 1IdtkPJeHI1 bk bkthen ih
presence PJeHI1 it ralo4 w wand wt t ut lratrK lratrKaJad
and nerwas pens thg cond that that We Wea flirethem
was a no noIt t tIt
It k M Mt Mthe
then the During the half hour that tngilowed Ull UllJow f flowad
lowed Jow d the crew had to 4taid rssdTV rssdTVftarlng rlla4Yflaring
flaring that any sn moment sense foolish foolishpassenger t Io oUsbpll lish lishpassenger 5
passenger pll enger might ml ht < try to leap Into thi thiwater tb tbnatr Utwater =
water But deefJt dee1te the black fag su suJense 80jelUle soIense
Jense the JtUo pllotscoiilci cOld scarcely af a the theflag theftaJ theflag
flag poles both boats finally tlnll y reached reachedthd ISSIthedthd ed edthe
thd slips on this t side df d the bay bayONLY begONLY
Smelting Company Has Planned Plannedthe Plannedthe Plannedthe
the Expenditure Expen diture of But But750000He1e
750000 750000He1e 750000He1eSpoclal Here HereSpecial I r rI rL
Special to The Herald HedNo HeraldNow Heraiay HeraiayNew
New No York Oct 17 liAll An official ofttel1o ofttel1othe of ofthe ofthe
the American Smelting ft Refinjng Refinjngcompany ltel Hedpgcompany ftg ftgcompan
company says that the report repOrtt1 that the thecompany thecompany
company intends to spend iloaeMI ILOOSOor ILOOSOor4NIo 30M Mor Mor4IMM9 or
4 4IMM9 in two new smelters te Jn Jncorrect n
correct The intention is to er emet let et a acopper atbpper a
copper smelter at Suit Lake City In htconnection
connection with the plant already aJr y lo located located located ¬
cated there The cost co t of this th18WW th18WWplant new newplant w wplant
plant will be between 00 5000M and 710 710ftO
ftO 000 It is stated by an official that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the company is earning more money moneyat Dne Dneat
at the present pre ent Hmo than at any time timein timein timein
in Its history It Is again pointed pol ted out outthat outthat outthat
that the business bu lnee shows better finan ADaBelal financial nan nancial ¬
cial results In poor times than In Inboom Inboom Inboom
boom times Labor is much mucheneapel cheaper cheaperand cheaperand
and materials can be purchased pure purchasedlower at
lower prices while the demand clem nd for forthe forthe furthe
the finished ftnt hed product product8Old gold silver and andleadremains n < l 1lea4remalns
lead lea4remalns remains practically tmdhnin tmdhnintehed UlacUmiaJafted andiminished
eaa eaaSTAlE
Topeka Kan Oct IT G r eroor eroorBailey oc
Bailey expects to have the stalstsJce stalstsJcea stCks tilke tilkea 11Cca S
a band in the proaecutioa pro ofth of ofj tK il ilKan 1 1lepd lleged
lepd boodle on the Uan ICnaas Ci S
Kan school board boardI
I will confer with the attorney attorn gn gntlon na naeraJ geeanal
anal however before I take UF
tlon said Mr Bailey Of course fOIr I Inave IMil ihave
nave Mil power to instruct Instr ct the uaeneral t3t let letgeneral ataey ataeygeneral
general to take a hand in any c cwhich 1u 1uwhich hiwhich
which tbe state is interested bat sittwe sittwear twe twear we weare
ar are < somewhat short of finances f ter snOb oh ohiiurpofics
iiurpofics iiurpoficsM
N NM 55M
M M A Waterman of Kansap > Crty
Ken was here today trying1 trytn to tot Jnter 0t 0tthe
the state eflicials In the matter matterGUILTY 1DIittetsa mjtteS mjtteGUILTY
sa saGUll S
Verdict Returned Tfy Jury tn th thHlokey the themokey
Hlokey Case CueChlcao CaseChicago V VChicago
Chicago Oct 17 ti1he Ihe jnr jury > in the Jgtckey Jgtckeyconspiracy telreyconspJrac lekcy lekcyconspiracy
conspiracy case today returned return < d ver4tcts ver4tctsof rjict rjictof tcUi tcUiof
of guilty against a Joshna Jo hna TedferaT Tfdt Tedt4 Wii ii ii11am
lIam Davis Da David Dudenhav Du4enhaq 1U OJ
Frar Frark k atlI Tedford I ttd J Thiden
haven were sentenced sntf to the theDavis Pftdt petptry I
Csntwf1I w was tined tOO 100 and aD4D3I Davis l
Davis and Tcdford were pftllnemort pell JDu u
denhaven was a lawyer and Cantwtill a apolUidan apoltttcfan a apolitician
polUidan The conspiracy eo pllty of which h the
defendants were Wtl found guilty IrUfft is I said J to t I Ihave
hav have been h hatched tbOO durln during the JQ01tUa of 01 r
July tm t William mlam Hitkey a young
man and his mother went before beto States Stat I
Attorney Deneen DP n and declared that yIn be
had been n approached ly t y v T Tagreed dfq wIn wInagreed
agreed to keen hr son out outtentlary of perij
tentlary If a sum um of mom > > v vpaid wdd 4 be i ipaid
paid d The > plan was to spirit spiritportnt fr > Mr lID lIDport im imder I
port portnt < nt wltlf8Sell frrm 1h state In iw
den to prevent their th r appearing aganit hdt
HlckeyFAMOUS Hickey S I
eo t tFAMOUS
Ann Arbor Mich Oct 17 llPJotor Professor I 1
Charles T Greene member of tbe ttle4e flse4partment de department 1
partment of engineering englneerfng1t at t the th tlni tlniversfty Unlyersity IJnlveralty
versfty of Michigan and famous famouthe famoutheworld the theworld tInworld
world over as an engineer died last lastnight laatnight landnight
night of paralysis of the heart hearts aged 10 10years 10erB Eyears
years erB
Pueblo Pn b10 Oct n HOil Oil has been bee struck
in a well bored eight muestBj muestBjstands lnues y
of this city It III repOrJ repurattkgt t 0111 0111stand l I Ietand
stands etand About thirty thlrt feet d 4ntiiB 4ntiiBw tlf I Ia
w ell and is steadily increasing increasingc 1
> c
c < = i
j I 1 It Will Cost 102866449 to toI toItin
t I Run the Navy Department For Forths ForI Forthe I
I the N Next xt Fiscal Year YearWashington YearI YearWashington
I Washington Oct 17 JSecretary Secretary Moody Moodyhas loocbapproved Moodyhis
has approved the estimates eatllDa tea for the sup support support support ¬
port of the navy for the next fiscal year yearas yeartie ear earI
I as tie raeommewded t1ICOmm ed by the chiefs of bureaus bureausnoKtunciiix bureaIsi bureausiouudiig
i noKtunciiix ult n1 to MttMI449 as against t tI J7J J7Ji 71 71slI91
i S1i ftlt1 81 appropriated for the last fiscal fiscaly f tisclyear 1 1I
y year ar < A summary of the estimates e fol folDWS to1Pa folpay
I > Pa pay ay of the navy na navyPar ltUtV ltUtVPaY 4WB 4WBPay
Pay miscellaneous ml lIan4OUs 6WMWO 6WMWOBureau 411IO MUOBureau 411IOBuftau
Bureau of navigation navigationBateau 13SV 1 1B1I 6 6Bureau
Bureau B1I fauof of ordnance ordnanceBureau 3 i76iO i76iOI i670 i670i
i Bureau of equipment equipmentBureau f S47M3 S47M3Bureau 47 47Bwu
Bureau of yards and docks docksPubJk docksPubhc S52Ni S52NiPublic
Public works bureau of yards yardsand yarda yardsand
I and a < docks SM474 SM474PubDe 8HI LM474PuhOc 7t 7tPub >
Pub works naval academy 30W 3MtOO 3MtOON 3005500Nl W WNaVi
NaVi N at station Great takes 30MMO 30MMOPublic liO00tbPublic 000 000I
I Public works bureau of ord ordnance ordee ordaaneeP ¬
I nance aaneeP ee W83W W83Wi 2411100bureau
i Bureau of medicine k and surgery 8ig i 3MUW 3MUWu 315 ttJ ttJBsireau 00 00u
I Bsireau u of supplies and accounts 5JMW2 5JMW2Burma 5M1SZSo L2ILPBn
t Burma Bn eeu of construction and re repairs
1 I pairs pairsgtlresu i SSKSK SSKSKXncr So JIIi JIIiu
gtlresu u of steam enneedtig enneedtigsvai
= zm zmJilllrine
svai 045Mg 045Mgpnlne n S
Jilllrine pnlne eo1IfJRBIft eoe paymaster paymastertine r 3 3ta
Xncr srse a ta 4be jiavy cw cwWon
tleaand Won and aiachlnerst achJerr < t tJ1P01
Armor J1P01 and armament wrmiimentFATALLY cm armamentdqspient ment 11 11EcIIpeDt
se4 I IS
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Aged ged Couple Caught in a Fire at atPortland atPortland atS
S Portland Ore OrePortland OrePortland OreS OrePortlnd
Portland Ore Oct 17 17Jn In a fire which whichmed whlehE whichnnguinnd
nnguinnd med some old shanties on on East Easthtgton Eluatngton EastWeniulngton
E Weniulngton htgton and East Third streets late lateAfternoon lateItftemooD latethis
this Afternoon Mrs Charles arle M Patter Pattwson Patt8rIIO PatterPoe
son In I thought to have been fatally fataJlyburn flltallybuanood fatallyburned
burned burn and her husband and a man mantmed lNIAJMed manDled
tmed J V Tierney Tlorne dangerously In lnired Inind injtired
jtired ired The Pattersons are an aged cou coule couIp coUS
Ele le The buildings btlndln were we a mass of ofJames of5Eajnes S
James 12 before the occupants oc pants discovered discoveredthe di8 OvetfdtMo <
the fire fI In an endeavor endeav r to escape Pat Patterson PittWiNon Pattemon ¬
terson seized his wife and undertook and rt k to todsag tohfr todg
dsag her from the building bulldl but his hisstrength billlIt hisStrength
strength lIt h failed him and they both fell to totbjp tot toI
tilt t floor just as 3 Special S al Officer > Andrews AndrewsSaw AndreWIw I
Saw w them th m Andrews rushed into tne tneflaming totI tnefleming
flaming house took one of the old peG peouteunder peep
I p1Il p uteunder under each arm and carried them to toa toa toa
a place of qtafety tet but not in time to toprevent toEvpnt toprgvent
prevent Mrs Patterson n receiving c m mes anthat
Evpnt 1uies es that will probably cause e her herdeath S 1
I I death th h Tierney escaped esca from his house hbuscS j jwith I
I with his family but went back to get getsome setfOIDf getS S
fOIDf some ae money mone from a trunk and was se seere1y S
verely burned in so doing dolaurNERVE doingon JltI I Ii
on onNERVE
Captain Brown rown Crossing theOcean the Ocean in ina ina ina
a Small Boat BoatQueenstown BOAtQu BoatQueenstown
Queenstown Qu Cn town Oct 17 HThe The CUnard line linesteamer lineateamer lineS
steamer Ktruria from New N York Oct 10 10for Mfor 10for S l
for Liverpool which hlch arrived today SOda after afterstormy arteratonny afterstormy
stormy passage reports that the Brit Briti Britlah BnItlab
lab i steamer Green Brior bound for Ja Jaica JaIea Iaaica
aica ica from Manchester ter England spoke spokejt sPOkespt spokeSept
Sept jt 17 the sailing boat Columbia II IIfeet 11 11teet Iiloot
feet long Captain Isom Brown which whichleft whichleft
left Boston Aug 11 and Halifax Aug 28 28for 26for I
for Marseilles Mar el1lefl France in latitude 37W 37Wrth rlert SZMPtth
Ptth > rth rt and longitude 4245 west The cap capn CaIof cap1p
1p n of the Green Brior invited Captain Captainrown CRPtainWI
rown WI H k > abandon his small craft but butpswn butwn bulsewn
sewn wn determined to persevere nteVfle He had hadfcen badt6en L Lhoert
t6en fcen upset up t once and had only righted rightedle
tJi th le boat after some hours of severe strug strugcolumbia struggig
gig 18 The Green Brlor 1ePlOvlsiODed the tInColumbia
columbia II which when meet by the thefteamer thefteamfr tInteamer
fteamer teamer had been thirtyseven days oat
from Boston BostonOLD BostonOLD BostonOLD
Chinese Cbtne e Camp Cal Oct 17 liJ J B BChamberlain BhsmberIain S
Chamberlain an old and d respected respectedre re respectedrObident pected pectednt
re rObident Ment nt of ofGrovland Groveland Tuolumn Tuolumneo Tuolumnqoanty TuolumnS
qoanty o anty In a fit ft of despondency shot sbotclUed shot4b11 S
4 4b11 Kl Killed himself at his home at Ser SerGarrote SeoaG SeaQ4
I oaG OArrote Since the recent death deathis death9hI8 L L9fhis
I 9hI8 is old comrade a man named Chat Chaffe Clulflie Chatf I
fe f be ne has lived alone Both men are arecharacters arech4nctelll arecharacters
characters In Bret Hartea story Ten Tennessees TenS ¬
nessees s Partner Chamberlain left leftnote lettr lefiI S S
r I note saying that he had lived Itv to his hiseightyfirst hIeightyllrst
eightyfirst birthday was getting pttt too tooJUDICIAL toofeebe tocfieble
feebe for or manual labor and w was ready r68dyto readyto
to die dieJUDICIAL
Paris Oct 17 loThe The judicial JnQiilnr JnQiilnrInto nqulrYinto
Into the Fair will case was wa resumed to today to ¬ S
day Judge Oanneval examined the thecyclist thetyoUet tIncyclist 1
cyclist Mwanne who claimed to have havebeen hav havbeen havibeen
been actually present when the auto automobile automobile ¬
mobile accident occurred wMch re resuited iesuited 5
suited in the death of Mr and MrsPair MrPair Mrs Mrarair
Pair In August of last year Moranne Morannedenied MOIaI1nieted 1 1dented
denied that he h had made falsestate falsestatements faillestatents falsestateiltants ¬
ments nts in hut affidavit The testimony testimonyRiven testimonygireit
Riven seemed to show that 1II01aDneand Moranne Moranneand JtOcnneand
and Maas > another cyclist who claimed claimedto
to have b ve witnessed the accident did no nowitness not notwitness notwitness
witness it itCAPITAL ItCAPITAL
CAPITAL 1000000 1000000Incorporation 11000OOO 11000OOOIncorporation
Incorporation of ofBmphe Empire Construction ConstructionCompany ConstructionCompany
Company CompanySanta Compnynta
Santa nta Rosa Cal Oct 17 17Artld Articles rf rfincorporation dlrrorporaUon cCircorporation
incorporation of the Empire En1 rP Construc Construction Constructon ¬
ton company were filed here today
Senator tor W A Clark of Montana and andten andt andten
ten t others among amon them his two sons sonsare IIoOnsare eonsale
are the Incorporate The company
I Ig organized OI anized to construct railway railwaystolephone
telephone lines etc Its capital is is51JV t t10e0OOO Isl000iioo
51JV 10e0OOO 10e0OOOlt 0WO
lt < > r f 1
t I
Saloon is i the Heart of the City CityScene CItyScene I ISoene
Scene ef Operations OperationsM
I S i
f fM
JlJmS BSca3 BSca38pecIIi1 BeCAP BeCAPSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldOGDEN BeraldOGDEN Y Yr
r GDEN Oct 17 17The The Turf Turfchange Turtcllanp TurfU
OGDEN U change saloon located on Twen Twentyfourth Tstytourtb Twontyfourth ¬
tyfourth street tbe very center centerof centerof centerof
of the business bu district was the scene sceneof sceneof
1 1of
of a bold and successful ft highway rob robbery robbery robbony ¬
bery about 11 oclock tonight About I Ia
a doses d men who w happened to be in inthe i ithe
the place at the thetlme tine were made vie vlctimes I ItIlDe
times One of them wa was brutally beat beaten beaten ¬
en over the head with a revolver and andthe
the money tiB tiUand and cash register of the theplace th thplace thtplace I
place were looted lootedThis Iootedwu lootedThis
This was the result in brief riel of the at affair atIr atfair ¬
fair which was w ranarkttble for Its dar darare dareven
is5 even In Ohne Ogdsn where such things thingsare thIngare
are frequent The Th robbers were three in inamber inHr InIiliiber
amber Hr One of them entered a second secondor IIeCO d dtwo
or two ahead of bis s companions and COY COYered co coe eovtied
tied the bartender with wlt a revolver im 1mtety imdtateLy
mediately dtateLy tety afterward the ether two lot tOIs folldWd
lowed s him in using the Twentyfourth Twentyfourtht TwentyfOU1thkilJftt Twentyfourth5reet
kilJftt t entrance All three wore hand handlieM handIef handkSchlelE
kSchlelE lieM Ief over over their faces and carded arriewer re refsjvers tov
fsjvers fsjversThere v
S S STltere
There were wer rd about about a dosen men m m the theplace thee thethere
place e and they the were tersely ordered to toMM toP toIn
MM YP P against Jft8t the east wall and hold holdp
p their handS They compiled and whlte whltetwo whUIt whtlctWo
two t of tit the men kept them the covered cov with wKhrevolvers wIhWJvelll withivolvera
revolvers the t tbtrd went behind Id the bar barturned barlooted barsnd
snd looted the cash relritder Hf > then
turned his attention to the men who were wereluted wereianerI ere
luted up with ltb rbetr faces against t the east eastPalled castwall t
wall all and began rifling their po pockets pocketsS I
Palled to Stand StilL StilLM
M D Lessenger a well known attor attorney a attorney ttor ¬
ney was one of the th men In the saloon saloonHe loon
He insisted on turning his bead once or ortwice ortwtee orwice
twice t whereupon a robber dealt him a acouple acoa acoople
couple coa r e of stunning stunn blows on the head headand headwish
wish his reVOlver felling him to tlw floor fioorand floorand
and making a frightful gash from which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the b blMl od spurted in a stream streamAs streamAn
As the collector was proceeding with withthe withthe withthe
the rifling < of the pockets one of the theguards theuardII theguards
guards fired a shot which went over the thehead thehead
head and between the hands of one of ofthe oftbe oftue
the men against alrutt the t wall Whether the theshot the8h theabut
shot was intentionally fired because the theman ther theman
man r had moved movea or whether the robber robberbecame robberbecame robberbecame
became nervous because he thought that thatLessenger thatger thatIcenger
Lessenger ger was killed and discharged dl8 < harKed bill bisweapon billweapon hisweapon
weapon accidentally is not known But Butthis Butthbl BUtthis
this shot sounded lIOuDd the alarm and the theleader tbeIder theleader
leader of the thbandlt bandits said Come on onnow vnnow onnow
now boys boysu and all three rushed out of ofthe ofthf ofthe
the back dopr d On this Gus Johnson the thebartender t thebartender
ba bartender r who had been lined up with withthe Withthe withthe
the other men men ran behind the bar and andgot aDdJJOt andgot
got b hIs s pistol He tired two shot shotthrough sbottthrough shotethrough
through the floor in order to attract the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police policeJ
Made J de Their Th lr lrThe Escape BscajwTbe EscapeThe
The men m n appear to have made good goodtheir goodtheW goodthe
their the escape eeca aDd made quite a haul It Itis ItIe Itis
is dtimated ated that about aI UtI M S was taken takenfrom taknfrom takenfrom
from the cash register besides a num number number numbet ¬
ber of checks One man lost 19 two twoothers twoothe twOothers
others lost in the neighborhood Mtg of t tt4 tt4At 10 10but 1 1but
but the tb entire amount wet testena esnnot t be as ascertained uee ascertaiasd ¬
certained ee as the victims scattered teftd teftdMOD ns nseoon a asoon
MOD Mr the crowd began Isa 1I t gather P Be Bela e esides
sides these mentJoneipVIt We la the beaooa tbsealooc
saloon at the th time AioR A MMWHrai sad aadK sadF
K M White The Tb firing nn fIrtn c cnot efhet tIIIot tIIIotOf
not sH a rf of tKe men were
S Mr Lessewgerwsji wM take takedrug t 3srs 3srsdrug a
drug lf store 10 and Dr FovftQpVwas For esJle esJleIn c rs31 rs31bt
In to toelr dress the wounds One ttiorpCthP OTtW cuts cutswas cutawas cutswas
was found to be particularly uaiV eev severe e and andbled nclbled nd ndbind
bled frightfully ftlaht lIy However alter t the flow flowof fJOWof flowof
of blood was stopped Mr Lessenger re recovered re reCtJtred reeevCrcd ¬
covered and the physician ph 8iclen expects no Ito se serlotts 8e 8ereeultA sorioqa
rlotts < results resultsBRISTOWS resultsBRISTOWS I IBRISTOWS
+ Washington Oct 17 1iFourth 1iFourthAll 17FourthAmlstant Fourth +
+ Assistant All lstant Postmaster 3eneral tieneralt < enera1t + 4Brtetew
t Brtetew Brl tow had a conference with the thepre thepresident + 4president
t S > president pre lde lt today in which he told toldhim + 4him
+ him that his work in preparation p preparationof paration parationof 4 +
+ of the report on the Irregularities IrregularitiesIn +
+ in the postolnce department had ha1been 4 +
+ been practically completed and andhe andhe 4 + S
4 + he assured the president that the thereport +
+ report would be placed in his hillbaRds hishands +
+ bands early next week eelt probably probablyMonday 4 +
4 Monday or Tuesday 8day > The report +
4 will be presented to the president presidentS + S
+ In printed form and will cover C l 4 + S
4 + several hundred pages It will not notbe 4 4be S
4 be given to the public until it has 4 4S
+ been scrutinised by the president pre tdeot tdeotRECEIVERS 4 4RECEIVERS 4sss + S
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Toronto Oct 17 11We We have the con consent consent ¬
sent of the Consolidated Lake Super Superior SuperICr ¬
ior < r company and will have haepoaeulon haepoaeulonat possession possessionat
at once e said James Bicknell acting actingreceiver actingS
receiver er at the Soo who leaves lea for forthat forUt forthat S
that place tonight We have agreed agreedto
to a further postponement po tpont > ment until Dec DecU DecI Decthe
U I of the sale of the securities securitiesPeaceable ecurftieePeaceable letI letIPeeceabIe
Peaceable possession is promised to toSpeyer toS tcSpeyer
Speyer S yer I Co of all n the properties of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the subsidiary companies CGla anles except that thatof thator thaiof
of the Algoma Central company companyThe companyThe companyThe
The injunction Injunct granted yesterday to tobe t tbe tbe
be argued Tuesday keeps that prop property prope1t7 propS ¬
erty out of the hands of tile re receiver re recetv neceiver ¬ S
ceiver cetv t
Death of John Gaplice Well Known KnownButte XDown13utte XnowButte
Butte Merchant MerchantButte XerchantButt MexcbantButte
Butte MottC oat Oct ll liJuhn John CapUoe CapUoewell Caplicewell Ucew
well w 1I known merchant died today He had hadbeen battbeen ha habeen
been ill several days He wan elected electedpresident etecte4president electedpresident
president of the Society of Montana Plo Plomers PIGers P1 P1eers °
mers eers ers but a tow days ago R O lie H was wasyears 77 77years 77years
years old and came to this state in 1884 1864J1lS 10b4BENDBiCKS
3CRS HBHT IBNDJtICXS > 3ICKS DYING DYINIndianapolis DYIXGIndlanapo DYINGIndianapolis
Indlanapo Indianapolis i Ind Oct 17 liKn Mrs Klisa KlisaHendricks EliaaHendr1cke lizi I
Hendricks the aged widow of former formerVice formerYice tormetI r Ir
Vice President Thomas A Hendricks is iscritically hicritical 11 11critically I
critically critical Ill IIIat at her ht > r residence in this city cityShe cityI lty ltyShe
She suffered u suffer a slight stroke of paralvsis paralvsisa I
a few days ago bat b t yesterday yesterdaythought waa waatboUCbt I Itboubt
thought to be better Today however howeverher boweverbetcoo howeverhr
her betcoo condition became amt > alarming alarmingCROfB alaruaiDg1PA alarmingo
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+ 1PA PARSAwffuLclLTM S AWJroL CROfB CROfBAsbeville C1l C1lAaMUe 4 +
4 + 4 4AsbviUe
+ Asbeville N C Oct 17 1Dr Dr J Jt JE J4 J4EJay +
+ t E EJay Jayr a prominent p m1DeDt physician phy letan re TelIldlnC reaiding + f fsiding
+ siding near Ashevtne today killed killedhis killedhis killed4 killed4his +
+ his three children c > ndren aged to 2 4 and 6 6f 6yea 6years +
+ f years yea using sr fcammer as t the4 the4weapon the theweapon he hewpea +
+ weapon He then set Are to his hishome b11lhome hIs4 hIs4home +
+ home The flames were re exttn exttnf exUnplahed + 1 1gUIshd +
+ f gushed by bybon neighbors 4 + 4
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I t
8tnm Strrng wf Arguraants IU Ma4 in h Be Behalf Behalf BeS Behuff
S half of Miller I LU and i Johns JohnsINSTRUCTIONS Jeinat JeinaINSIRllCTIORS JOhnsNSTRUCTIONS
+ t
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4 4Cincinnati
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 + Cincinnati Oct 17 11 1115 1115The p mm mmThe +
+ f The Jury in the Miller aJrt 811dcaee aada aadacase +
+ case reported that It was wasto 811 811to
+ to agree and was di dlscharg dlschargCincinnati charaeIL of
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Cincinnati 0 Oct 17 17ToCars Todays se seaba
aba of the trial trl LI of D T VMU MilletM Miller MillerM J JJobDII
M John was devoted to argna argnaInformally 4L1 IdIII IdIIIInformally
Informally I before IxforeCCNJt court conventd tt ttwas Itwa S Swas
was determined that the case callego s sgo snM snMgo
go to the Jury about 5 odocJc this thtoevening tJdaevenln thisevening
evening eveningDuring evenlnDurlne eveningDuring
During the arguments made by y At Attorney Attoroey Atornsy ¬
torney t ornsy Rultson It was cvMtiHt evld tint tile tiledefen thedefense
defense e of Miller had cut eutthat loes loose from fromhat
that t of Johns Toh Rullson djecl eclat declme4 r d U It Itmight S Smight
might be said In defense e of Johns Johnswhen J Jwhen that S Swhen
when he buncoed bune ed Ryan out of Mo KWt he
buncoed one who had been buneotaff buneotaffconnect tu tuothers
others for years but It wa unJ1Wt to toonneet toconnect
connect Miller withit aith It when the latter
knew k ew not n nothing bin p of It He held that thateon the theconspiracy theconp1raey
conspiracy eon established was that of ofmaking OCmaking
making makI a scapegoat out of Miller ILer in a
trial t where w gamblers and thugs had
been used as witnesses Rulison Rul lOn insist insisted 1nIIIatf heted
ed f d that Miller had been treated unfair
ly 1 in the sweat boxes box at t Washington Washingtonand Waahtonand
and held that he was not then glv glvfl < I n an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to present his hi own 0 cane
He said Id Christlancy was the judge wfce wfcepassed whapassed
passed on the Ryan eases and an that
Miller simply niply appeared appeareclu as the tllements govern governments gopermeats ¬
ments attorney The article arti le tn a
Washington paper for which h the thedata thedatawas data datawas datawas
was furnished by dek Hnebner of the thepostofnce thepostoftice
postofnce was reviewed l to to1IIIMr show shs that
Christlancy passed on the Ryan case
favorably instead Jn lead of Miller MillerPisa MillerPI MillerPlea
Pisa PI Jor Johns JeImsCharles JohnsCharles as asCharles
Charles W Baker as attorney atto for
Johns insisted Miller had fraodnlewt t11l fraid1eaiorders fraodnlewtorders
orders Issued against Ryan andattar aDd atIR a
ward had the mail of Ryan Jb Co bald ed
up and was really the one who wtiocau was
causing cau tng trouble for Johns client ss
that there tht > re could have been no under understanding ¬
standing between Miller and Johns In Inreviewing III1ewJ Isreviewing S
reviewing 1ewJ all that was done at Wash ¬
ington l on Baker said Id that the indictment
o or Miller and Johns was as due mote ts >
the inexperience of General Robb Robbwas who wtoowas whowas
was recently admitted to the bar thstt t
to the indiscretion of the defendants
He > also charged that others were try ¬
lug to boost themselves toy yttte ytttecutlon the perse persecution petsncution
cution of the two twOe4MlMry country lawyer lawyerand Ia Iaand iawy
and he charged that the Irt IrtDOtes stenograiiiito stenograiiiitonotes steuoa steuoanotes
notes of Watson had been garbled garbledthey aft
they Were taken take dOwn in a acomet conceals concealscorner esecOsledcorner
corner of Bristows Bniatowaediee BniatowaedieeS office officeDistrict GlllleeDl8trict
S District Attorney McPherson cPhe dosed dosedsfctartly dosedshertb
sfctartly before ltef ffl 4 oclock Judge J A C
Thompson was an hour and a quarter
in delivering < his charge c to the thecI14 Jy M MThe
cI14 tget > t Xter Xtercbrz t tt
cbrz of the theTile
t <
The court paid special ial attekttoa Is
the testimony of John J 1 Ryan and 1141atrncted in instructed inStrncted ¬
structed the jury not to throw t It Iton aside asideon asiden
on n account of tbe characterof thewtt thewttaess U thawitness wlt wltDeIIII
aess but to give it due duewbe oonsidecmtion oonsidecmtionwhere conlderadcawhere
where wbe it was corroborated by other otherwitnesses otherTltne otherwitn
witnesses witn e or documentary evidence that
had been admitted adml tted The Tb charge c heM
that there must be an overt act to totablish es establish e ¬
tablish a conspiracy con and that WhIle whnthere WhIlethere whilethere
there was no direct testimony te to tothis showthis show siiswthin
this except in the testimony te of Ryan Ryaas R7aaas
as to what Johns had proposed p1OJMe4to to him himyet Itm Itmyet himyet
yet there was much circumstantial circumetantialevi circumetantialevidence evi evidence mdence
dence to that effect The main ques question question ¬
tion for the jury to settle et etwhethflr was waswhether waswhether
whether Miller had knowledge of what whattook whattook w wtook
took place between Johns and adand Ryan Ryanand Ryanand
and whether John was authorised t tspeak U Uspeak tospeak
speak for the thetant assistant attorney in th thoffice the theoftlce theomce
office of the assistant III1 attorney general generalfor generalfor
for the postoffice p oftIce department The Thecourt TIMcourt Thecourt
court told the Jury that there could be heno beno bean
no verdict finding ftD one of the defend defendants efendants dendUs ¬
ants guilty and the other innocent innocentthat 1n1lOeelthat insocentthat
that both must be convicted or both bothacquitted bothacquitted bothacquitted
acquitted and that no sympathy Q1Dpathyprejudice or orany orprejudice
any prejudice should enter into their theirfindings theirftndIJIt theirdndingg
findings I although the > testiraonar te hearlI1 hear hearing hring ¬
ing on the previous reputations of the thedefendants tiledefendants thedefendants
defendants was to be considered wieiderd th thsame the tIYante theseine
same as other > r evidence evidenceIt
It was almost C oclock when lien the jury jurywaa JtII7wae jarywan
wan allowed to go to sapper sapperUnable eupperUble supperUnable
Unable to Agree AgreeAt
At 1135 11 35 p m the jury came te fawriting i iwriting ii iiwriting
writing reported as follows followsWe followse followsWe
We e are unable to agree upon a aot aof matter matterof
of fact factJudge factJudp fact5 fact5Judge
Judge Thompson then questioned the thejury thejury timJury
jury as to tbe probability of reaching reachingan
an agreement a ftJmnt and was advised that thatthere dIatthere thetthere
there was as no such probability without wIQIeIatdltlonal ad additional additional ¬
ditional instruction of the case caseWhile caseWhile easeWhile
While there were unconfirmed fepmU rs94tathat fepmUthat
that the jury stood seven to five for con conviction eGftvtctton conviction ¬
viction it was generally understood Ut Utthe I1athe te tethe
the court room that the jury was wasto nntbte nntbteto
to agree on the matter of fact as te tewhether liltwhether iswhether
whether Miller had any connection conoectJouthe wtth wtththe
the dealings between Ryn By U1 and Johns SoImIIto 0r 0rto r ras
as to whether there was as any conspiracy co cobetftten oonepbacbetween
between the defendants defendantsThe defeDdantnte
The defendants renewed renew their bonds la laa W Wa d da 5
a new trial and District Attorney AttorDYPlaelllOn AttorntyPherson I IPherson
Pherson was unable to state whet whetthere wbetb whetDerthere Fc Fctlaere
there would be another bearing of the thecase theset theease
case set for the present term of ofWhile court courtWhile courtWhile
While neither n lth r side sld Indicated any gratifi gratification iTaUtlcatJon gratification ¬
cation over the result it was evident that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the many employes of the h hn pTemenwho government govermaentwho
who were w present p nt were disappointed disappointedARCHBISHOP dsappelntedess
Cincinnati 0 Oct O t 17 17The The body of the thelate tilelate thelate
late Archbishop Kain of St Louis who whodied bedied whodied
died last Tuesday Tue dlt at St Agnes sanita sanitarium aankarium sanitaniuju ¬
rium Baltimore was met on its arrival arrivalhere aIIffthere alVivathere
here today toda by a deputation of twelve twelvepriests twetveprlefla tweiypriests
priests from St Louis headed hcadeclby by Bev BevP ev evP
P F OReilly The remains lay in state stateIn
In a special palace p3la car which whlc after ar arrival ar arrival sorival ¬
rival here was attached to tile Baltin BaltinA BaltlObI ltimors
A Ohio < train and prt irteedcd eede p1 < t with the thecort tMcort 40 40cort S
cort to St Louis where the train traintonight is istonight dee deetonight
tonight and where the th funeral wffl w be beheld bhpld beheld
held on Wednesday WIdDC8d y Next Tuesday Car Cardinal czdinal o odma ¬
dinal Gibbons will pass through Cincin Cincinnati el8dnnaU igdnnaIl ¬
naIl to officiate at the funeral nod n will wttlbe albe willbe
be joined joln here ht by Archbishop Ktder E and anda
a party of clerrymon clerrymonTTJRXET dernmnTU1UCEY eleryymenPUUEY
TTJRXET WILL EXHIBIT EXHIBITConstantinople 1IYWTRrCODlltantinople EXMIEIZConstantinople
Constantinople Oot 17 l 17An 17Antrade An imperial imperialIrade
trade issued today approves the thettctpation theticipatlon iv ivticipatlon
ticipatlon of Turkey in the St Lovls Lovlsexposition UI1IIaexposition L Lexposition
+ ARTS Oct 17 11Althouch Although the officials do not take an alarmist view of ofthe ofthe ofS +
+ PARIS S the RvwsoJapanese e situation their latest advices indka indicate te > i enewal en newutof wul wulof + f fof
+ of its somewhat > serious aspect The Russian admiralty admlra ty hs h t pre prepared prepared + f
+ pared for a concentration of warships on the MeditEtranean ptiu flta t < > n antl am amat 4 f
4 + at other European ports fl The reason for this is understood undt > rsto to t tie l the theTp 1 1presence <
+ presence Tp enee of Japanese warships anhlp in European ports including t II o ships shipswhich C Cwhich <
+ 4 which are completed at British rit h shipyards The Japan Japanr nr > f < > v of one oneor 4 4of
+ of the latter ships has already arrived preparatory to taking over the tlevesael + 4vessel
+ vessel 4 4The >
+ The e exchange xcluu1 e of diplomatic news continues at Tokio without definite definitefts definiterevufte +
4 + results fts Tbe Japanese press which hidl for a time was restrained by b the go goeInnent guy guyerilment +
4 ertimem has again adopted a belligerent attitude 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + k + + + + + + + + + + +

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