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BlciurTStHl ca > d the subject with a number numberleading numberi j jtf
tf i leading Ia ing authorities on finance financeA I Inoci
A novui flu ei view Is 1 taken in certain certainimportant certaintntpurtant i ifmnurtant
important diploma dWlomaLk Ut nuarters iarters that tht ththsost ththl thelmst
hsost hl St effective mean m n of preserving preservingptar preservinglae
lae ptar a > e is i for f f bt beih > th Rusaia RU8 ia and an Japan to toclaim toclaim toclaim
claim A great diplomatic victory thus thusSatisfying thusatisfying thusatisfying
atisfying homo sentiment and sub subflu subluia sub4uing
flu luia 4uing log < the war spirit This view finds findsrather ftndaraltlr findirather
rather serious acceptance < at the for foreign fotetgn fore4tn ¬
eign office of which the oOetefe sfey sfeythat eaythat yo yothH
that if f negotiations n happily bapp result in inpta tnpae Inpeue
pta pae < e both Bides ldt > s will claim a great greatdiplomatic greatdltomatIe I Idililomatic
diplomatic triumph as a means of of sat satisfying satlsfing satstying ¬
isfying local sentiment this is given gtvenby givenby ven venby
by the ofltalals as one of the main wa waEotiF rasow A Aema
sow why whraceouuu wh account vary vIJonvernmg vIJonvernmgthe converntnK converntnKthe
the terms t rnu3 of the Various Vario arious a notes flOt as 1t 1tis itis 1tIs
is said that each side has adopted a aconstruction aconstruction acostruct1on
construction calculated to satisfy at fy its itsown itson it itown
own people peopleWill peopleWill peoplewin
Will Be Xaowa Xoafey Xoafeybne 08 08bne MoflayOne
bne of die most rno t prominent of the theRussian theRU5sian theRsIan
Russian om officiate cia said tonight that deli definite detinlte delixdte ¬
nite knowledge concerning the tb content contentof conten1llot
of the Russian reply woold be com communicated COmmunicated cornmunleated ¬
municated to the world certainly by byMonday b bdc bMonday
Monday dc > nda This official intimated that thatat thatat thatat
at least some of the essential e features featureshad featureei4
had 11 1 already been made known to the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French government He recognized recognizedwar
war r would not be popular in inbecause Russia Russiabecause Ruaziabecause
because of the distance from the scene sceneof ne neot neof
of the conflict and the unfamiliarity unfamillarityof
of the Russian people p ople ple regarding the thequestion thtquestion thequestion
question At the same time the offi official official 0111cIJ ¬
cial said saidWar sa1dar saidWar
War ar can be avoided if Japan is iswilling isIBin izwifling
willing IBin < for substantial concessions concessionshave coaeeIonsaVe lOna1Iave
have aVe been made upon which the ne negotiations ne negotiations negoUatlonz ¬
gotiations can continue Russia is isprepared I Iprepared Iiprepared
prepared for eventualities and a rup rupture rupture iupture ¬
ture of the negotiations negutlationenot not not as s osten ostentatiously oetentatlonsly ¬ I ItatJonely
tatiously as Japan bat none the lea leweffectively leaeftecttvely 3 3effecttvely
effectively effectivelyWhen eftecttvelyWJ effecttvelyWa
When the Japanese legation was vie visited YIa1tecl vieIted ¬
ited today 7 a number of contractors contractorswere
were in the anteroom waitingfor an anopportunity anopportunity anopportuntty
opportunity to offer war material materialAmong materiaL7terday materiaLAmong
Among yesterdays cal callers at the theJapanese theTa theJaiaaese
Ta Japanese legation was the British am ambassador amSir ambMor ¬
bassador Sir Edmund J Hoseon who whoremained Whon whoremaIa
remained n JIroId for a long ong time in confer conference CORtereMf centerear ¬
eMf ear with the minister ministerHAYASHI mimterRAYASm inlulterYASHI
WmJfet Wm Mot Gsnfina C firm Interviewia the theParis thePar theParis
Paris Par Matin XatinParI MatinParis
Paris Feb 7 iBaron Baron HayamhJ dJapanBe th thJapanese
Japanese minister to Great Britain n ntalking in intalking Intalking
talking to a London correspondent corre of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Figaro refused to confirm or deny denythe 4enytbe detWthe
the correctness of th tile interview which whichwan wllcu whichwas
wan u published in Ute MaUD stating statingthat statingthat statingthat
that he only authorised rbed tile official officialpublication aftIclalpub1lCaUon eeIaipUblIcation
publication of the foUowt foUowtRulS8la followingRuiaz following followingRussias
Russias reply has not been received receivedand receivedand receivedand
and so far as I know the situation is isunchanged 18unctanged imunchanged
unchanged but if Russia R will not ac accept accept socept ¬
cept the clauses which Japan con conElders CORsiders eonelders
Elders essential war te Inevitable InevitableThe Jne11tablerite InevitableIhe
The Figaro correspondent eone concludes concludesthat COIIClucletMt concludesthtt
that the minor rw of the Matins interie1 Iut Iutview inter interview ¬
view ie1 represents rep ta Baron Hayasbia per personal perowtt ¬
sonal views YieWllad adding that a short con conversation conaUOlt conve5atjon ¬
versation aUOlt with the minister suffices to toshow toF toshow
show F that he regards the situation JIItuattoaery as asvery asery
very ery critical criticalBaron CrlticaJBaron crlUc crlUcaaron
Baron Hayashl during the interview interviewexpressed Iuty1ewexpressed terYie1 terYie1expressed
expressed the opinion that the op optimism optimism optimisni ¬
timism of Ute French press is due to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that the far eastern question questionis que tkm tkmh
is h less les studied hi Parts than in Lon London London Lendon ¬
don and he dwells 1I on the essential essentialpoint seat1alwiDt essentialpoint
point of f Japans II note demanding the themutual th thmutual themutual
mutual recognition r eOCl tlon by Japan and Rue Russia Raia Ruesia ¬
sia ia of the territorial Integrity and in independence Indepndenoe independence ¬
dependence of China and Korea which whichamounts whichamounta whichamounta
amounta sto to a formal recognition of ofChinese olCb1DeM ofChinese
Chinese sovereignty over Manchuria ManchuriaThe KanchurlThe ManchuriaThe
The minister terdid did not seem to believe believethat believethat believethat
that Russia a would wo accept this thisTheMatins tbleTJaeJlatJns thIsTheMaths
TheMatins Cherbourg qorrespotul qorrespotulent po d dt
out t announces that the maritime pre prefect prtf peefact ¬
fact f < t these ths has issued Jaau a circular re reminding remlDdbaitr reminding ¬
minding officers that the minister of ofmarine Ofmarine f fmarioe
marine alone can authorize auUloriqfCKel auUloriqfCKelto foreigners foreignersto
to enter the arsenal This circular te tebelieved JfbelleYt isbelieved
believed to be due to the fact that one oneEnaiirii neEnPi oneEnjU
Enaiirii EnjU and one Japanese e officer wmr wmring rinK ear earjog
inK civilian clothes were taken into intothe 1mothe Intothe
the arsenal ar by a French officer There Thereis
is reason ra n to believe says the corre correspondent cotTeIpoud correepwident ¬
spondent Ipoud nt that a French officer at attached attaclled attacbed ¬
tached to a submarine boat and a Brit British Britilh Britisk ¬
ish naval officer has been arrested arrest ia iaconnection inl Inconnection
connection with th tlIe affair affairAccording affairAccording
According < to the London correspond correspondent ¬
ent of the MaUD persons M best quail qualified quaJifle4 quailfled ¬
fled to speak authoritatively autho 1attvely regarding regardingJapanese resantlDKJapnnesc regardingJapttnese I
Japanese matters declare that Japans Japansfinal JapansfInal i
final decision has already been taken takenand takenand takenand
and that t Russias answer wer whatever whatevermay whateverIUaJ whatevermay
may be its tenor will not make any anydifference Ii IidUffrence anydiffcrence
difference War these person say is isinevitable IIIinevitable Isinevitable
inevitable for Japan henceforth be will willdo w willdo l ldo
do as she chooses without considering consideringwhat con consideringwhat ider1Dwbat <
what Russia may think of her ac actions actfon sotioTH ¬
tions tionsThe
The Figaro this morning says say 71 it baa hasr baaltiIOn baareason
r reason anon to believe that Foreign IlDilltet1 Minister MinisterT
T aaisdorff B oirpatch contained only onlythe ODIythe onlythe
the essential Itlal points of the Russian note noteto BOtet noteto
to t Japan pan the full text of which will willfollow willfolio wiltfollow
follow folio the dispatch fat a few days daYtlIt daYtlItfurt It Itfurther Itfurther
further furt r expresses the belief that the thenote thenote thenote
note will not constitute the Russian Russiangoverncacttts B Bgovanaet Rsngovetnnaeats
governcacttts govanaet last word but ut will leave leaveroom Jlftroom leaveroom
room for further negrttetkms negrttetkmsXKPT neg3tlotlonsX3PT 1etIon 1etIonXJIltT
Authorities at Vladlvwiock Eave IF IFOfficial Ie Ieom YeOffleal
Official om Offleal Xaowlsdga XaowlsdgaVladtrostock Xawl8dgsVJao XnowledgViOdIvostoek
Vladtrostock VJao tock Feb 1 ITIM Tfce authoritiesherl authorities UtbOr1tIeshez tho it itheft
heft hez apparently rentJ7 are without informa InlormatiOEI lntrjrmtiori information ¬
tion la regard to the general situation situationen
TIMor receive casual Instructions from fromw1ueb fumwhich
which en it IE h apparent that preparations preparationsare
are on oi the > increase 1ncre to repel a hostile hostileattack hoWeatbuk hostileattack
attack but no comprehensive steps eJNI
have has been be n taken nor has there been beenanr beenany beenany
any Fpecial allotment of funds without withoutivhirh wltboutwhlcb withoutwhhh
ivhirh many man things are impossible impos ible The Themovement Themovement Themovement
movement of troops toward Korea h baa
been stopped stoppedThe stoppedThe stoppedThe
The public is greatly gl atl depressed ed by
the uncertainty Jn rtalnty and banking < and mer mercantile mercal1 inercautile ¬
cantile cal1 tile operations 0 raUon8 are at a standstill standstillIf
If Vladivostok Yladlvo tock is blockaded the t of offices otfkes office ¬
fices of the Ussttri railroad and the law lawcourt Jawourts lawcourts
court will be transferred to Khabara Knabaravosk Khabaraoak Khabaravoak
vosk oak and the tb administrative offices to toNikolsk toillto toNikolek
Nikolsk illto rsurL r The Oriental ienInI insti institute Instftut Institute ¬
tute tut and other educational establish establishments estabUllaments estabustiments ¬
ments will be closed closedIt cI Sed SedIt
It is rumored that all strangers strangerswhether lraet8bethel trsnke trsnkewhether
whether Russian or foreign win wltf be berequired berequired berequired
required to leave the precincts of the thefortification thefortifiCatioDe thefortltieatlone
fortification and the native nath residents residentswill resldenlswUJ residentswiJ
will be required to provide quarters for forMM foreo
1 MM eo soldiers with horse honetI with orders ordersto
to mobilize the reserves r being DelD expected expectedhourly expecte4hoUri expectedhoUrly
hourly hourlyThe hoUri hoUrlyThe
The VoKtichiny V Vtestnffc hopes there therewill tllerewtll thesewill
will be na war The other papers are aresilent anJJen aresilent
silent silentIU8IA tEUsau t
D Utmost Limit t in Concession el Hag HagSt Haseea
1 eea RlMlcmed RlMlcmedSt
St Petersburg Fe Feb I IThe The belief i iUbcst Is IslJhc isalnwt
Ubcst lJhc openly openl expressed ld here that if ifJapan IfJa1NUl ifJapan
Japan considers the reply unsatisfac unsatisfactory 1ID8atatactory unuatlefactory ¬
tory It will W ill be the end en of diplomatic diplomaticnegotiations diplomaticnegotiations aaUcnecotiaUons
negotiations Minister Xin1 ter Kurt o and 9U 9UCharles IHrCharles Ir IrCharles
Charles Scott British Brit1 ambassador alD to toRussia toRusll1a toRnssla
Russia have been in close e conference conferenceevidently COAIereBoe14ently conteresosevidently
evidently determined upon action to totaken be betaken b btaken
taken in ease of a rupture of the ne negotiations D nogoiat1oi ¬
01 gotiations 1 t tools which it Js believed bel1 will willimmediately winImmediately willImmediately
immediately t b > e followed by the break breaking breakSa breaklag ¬
lag Sa off of diplomatic relations In th thevent tM tMennt theevent
event M Kurino will ask sk for his hiltPotts pass passports psesports ¬
ports and will leave St Petersburg Pett burtf at atonce atin
once in 1 C The minister has already satin anticipated anUelll satinIsited ¬
pated ll ted suck ilcl1 a contingency contln ency < and is mak making J1IakJn makIni ¬
ing Jn arrangements arran to vacate the legs legation lecaUtlll legstitnt ¬
tion bunding bundingt bUUdiU bUUdiUI
J t is reported today toda on apparently apparentlygutxl apparentiTgOood apparentlygood
good authority that M Kurino has ha or ordered orderPd ordered ¬
dered a special rnr ca tA to be in readiness readinessat
at the Warsaw W station to take him to toGermany toGenDD7 tofiermany
Germany Tho Th current < affairs of ofJapan the theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese Japan legation will be turned over overto v r rt r rto
to t the British Hrnbassy < if the worst worsthappens woratka worsthappens
happens ka ppens The Tb absence of M Kurino Kurinofrom Kurt KurtlrH KUYIdOfitm
from l the theatricals t tr1caJa given at toe win winter winr winter ¬
ter r palace la3t night which bieb were at atfi attf att
fi t nded by all the other ministers and andb andb
b > thr ambassadors u was generally re rer n nVi reu
Vi u r > kc g 1 The Tn bt hIurre > ursre ii i demoralize der alzei J i
today although imperial imp ri l 4s were un unchaliged unhar unehfiged
chaliged chaligedEtesian ehfigedIneIan har d
Etesian 8Jl Officials O Opinion 0pini8BThe OpinionThe OpinionThe
The feeling that thatT Japfttt wffl stand standfirn standfirn1y
firirly firn l on hr h < r former rtner 4etna emabdf ds against againstwhatever agetlNltwhattver againstwhatever
whatever concessions RUSSIa can offer offerconsistent otterCons offerconsistent
consistent Cons tent with ith the maintenance e of her herpride herpride herpride
pride ia i becoming a conviction here i iofftclal I IAn
An official of the foreign office said saidThe saidThe I
The world under u understands t n4 OUr position positionpretty positionpretty
pretty well ell There is BO rfauon aon n why whythe whythe whythe I
the situation should be bechanged feonstfiercd feonstfiercdChanged iIIIIIete4baned
Changed baned llusste nus has done her utmost utmostbut utmostbut t tbut
but the other side lde must yield if a acommon acommon
common < ground is to be found The TheJapanese TheJapeneee TheJapanese I
Japanese people and press have been beenkept beenkept beenkept
kept excited by false reports Invented Inventedwe inventedwe
we believe to create distrust of our ourpurposes Oourpurpoile ourpurpohes
purposes and pacific intentions s how Eowfar I Itar
far the Japanese apanese authorfUe authorittetKcatv caa with withstand wtthamd withstard ¬
stand amd the popular tide if it a question questionIn questionIn
In sharp contrast c with thi this calm and andeven anden andeven
even en hopeful view voiced by the Rue Russian HU8elan Rueelan ¬
elan official is th the gioam Ieem that llftVaUat prevails prevailsat
at the Japanese legation and ritlsh em embassy embas embassy ¬
bassy bas where no efforts are made to todlflguise todt8gut todisguise
disguise dt8gut e then feelings of uneasiness uneasinessRussia ubeUiJlesRUM unessinemRussia
Russia RUM is i standing on the tiptoe of ofexpectancy ofexpeftancy ofexpectancy
expectancy and apprehension Her re response reaponse response ¬
sponse having now reached the t Japan Japanese Japangovernment Japantee ¬
ese government at Tokk trord there therefrom therefrom therefrom ¬
from Is awaited with withetee ejctreme Anxiety AnxietyGBEEEENG JUWetyG hIet7 hIet7aWJTXNG
Japs at VladivostOGk Vladivo tock Will Not Wait WaitPer WaitPer WaltPer
Per War to Begin BeginSt BeginSt
St Petersburg Peter urg Feb 8 64 4 dispatch dispatchreceived dlppstqhrevolved t4h t4h1ecelve4
received here from Tladlvostock says saysthe saystbe saysthe
the hasty night of the Japanese Jap ne red reddents remden realdents
dents den there t is attributed to Secret or orders orden ordare ¬
den from the Japanese government governmentNeither governmentNeither governmentNeither
Neither persuasion nor promises of ofprotection otprot4CtIOl1 ofprotection
protection by the authorities had any anyeffect anyeffect anyeffect
effect The Japanese comraeraial gent qentaided spentaided gentaided
aided in the exodus During < the th course courseof courseol courseof
of the night ht yesterday the th storekeepers storekeeperssacrificed storekeeperseacrlflced r9 r9IlaCritlced
sacrificed stocks valued at several hun hundred 11undred bundeed ¬
dred thousand thou and roubles for five to ten tenkopecks tenkopecks tenkopeeks
kopecks three roubles The neighbor neighborin MighborIng neighborlag
in lag towns are without hairdressers hairdresserslaundresses halrclressenlaundre hairdresserslaundreesee
laundresses e and maid m m ld servants aerV8 1tS and andsome andsome andsome
some of the factories are dosed dosedIt ed edIt
It is added that there Is general irri irritation irritation irritatlon ¬
tation in Vladlvoetoek owing to entire entirelack enUreJack entirelack
lack of news even in official quarters quartersA quartersAl1
A Al1 dispatch received here from Vladi Vladivostock Yla Siadivoatock l lvo
tock vo says the Japanese commercial commercialagent commercialag commercialagent
agent ag nt there acting under orders front fromT frontTetio
Tokie T klo haaiaeued Jta ae4 a circular informlDQ informlDQu lnfqrminthp
the Japanese residents qf the country COUJltrytlt coflttrytMt
tlt that t those who ph wish to qo o sa o can pro proceed proceed procoed ¬
ceed to Japan I on board the t e British Britishsteamer DrtUshmer flrIUshsteamer
steamer mer Afridi which wDi h ha has arrived there thereGerman thereDBmI1f tbereflBBIiN
German Officials Believe War May MayYet MayYet tay tayYet
Yet Be Averted AvertedBerlin AvertedBerlin AvertedBerlin
Berlin Feb 6 GThe The announcement announcementthat annou ement ementthat
that Russias reply was handed to the theJapanese theJapanetM1 theJapftnesQ
Japanese government was communi communicated communlca coinmunicated ¬
cated ca to the government departments departmentsand d partmentsand
and embassies em 1i68t88 this afternoon afternoonAlthough aftelnool1AlthqH8lt afternoonAlthough
Although the foreign office has not notbeen notbeea notbeest
been advised of the th contents of the thenote thenote thenote
note it still believes Japan Jap ri win avert avertwar avertwar ert ertwar
war and probably realize part of her heraims belalma hersbus
aims by occupying several places both bothon bothon
on the coast of Korea and in the in interior Interior intailor ¬
terior of that country Wttieji whle it i is isagain Isapln Isagain
again said Russia would not consider considercause ConSidercavee onaldercause
cause for war warAt warAt warAt
At a recent Russian court c urt ball the theforeign thetorelga theforeign
foreign offic is informed the czar czargave czargaY8 czargave
gave the Japanese minister Ids hand handand hBJ1dan handand
and an spoke to him in the most friendly friendlymanner trlendlYmaaner friendlymanfler
manner This incident is quoted as asillustrating ulUu asIllustrating
illustrating lUu the czars peaceful p oeful inten intentions batentloRlii Intenfleas ¬
fleasThe fleas tionsThe
The TageblaU finds flni1 direct German Germaninterest GermanInterelit GermanInterest
interest in the crisis tor announcing announcingthe an Ou einK
the arrest of Captain Warnecke and andother aDdother andother
other officers of the German ship Hele Helena Helena Heleas ¬
na Rickmers on board their ship at atthe tthe atthe
the Japanese port of Moji for lock locking Iock1Dg locktag ¬
tag up their Chinese crew so as to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep them from deserting The Ger Germans Germani Germans ¬
mans mani were realeased on the th applica application application appliestion ¬
tion fat t the German consul and claim claimf0M claimdamages claimoea
f0M oea damages damagesA
Stoppage Stoppa IpPage e of NegotiatiOn Would Not NotNecessarily NotNeoees NotNecessarily
Necessarily Neoees rlIy Mean ean War WarBerlin WarB WarBerlir
Berlin B rllrt Feb eb 7 The ifcbrth brth h German GermanGazette GermanGautte GermanGazette
Gazette takes great paine to prove provethat provethat provethat
that the stoppage o negotiations be between between between ¬
tween Rusela and Japan would not notnecessarily notBec notnecessarily
Bec necessarily mean war It ooasidars it itpoeeible itpos ItpossIble
possIble pos lgle that Japan n wilt begin certain certainundertakings certainundertakings certainundertakings
undertakings in Korea for which preparatlous prep preparations ¬
arations were long ago made but butthinks buttblnks butthinks
thinks it unlikely that Russia I will op oppose opJ08e oppose ¬
pose these undertakings unless Japan Japanextends J Japanextends ptut ptutextends
extends her action to the Yalu val yalley valley valhey ¬
ley It is unnecessary MRDec 8S lY says the Ga Gasette Gasette Gazette
sette to suppose that Japan tl will re require re require iaquiro ¬
quire the transport of a large number numberof
of troops into Korea since the nu numerous numerous anmorons ¬
merous Japanese settlers merchants merchantsand merchntsand merchantsandworkmen
andworkmen and workmen m Korea would ovld be trans transformable transfwmable transformable ¬
formable immediately into excellent excellentsoldiers exoellentIIOtdJers ezoeflentsoldiers
soldiers The paper admits that it is isimpossible iaIm isImpesslbietoeouslder
Im Impesslbietoeouslder impossible l to consider war between the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two countries co absolutely Iutely precluded precJ ded but butsays btltya butys
says ya that In any event voat war is unlikely unlikelyto ultk ultkto
to occur in the immediate future Fin Finally lIDallY Finally ¬
ally the Gazette reiterates the Ger German German German ¬
man view that there t are no IndIes indications ineJleatloD8 IndIesfleas ¬
fleas that either Rusts Ru IfetL or Jaa J Jses a de desires e ewar dosires ¬
sires war warCKREAT warG warGBBAT
L1t little Hews TTpea Whiok to Base a aPrediction aPredi aPrediOjion
Prediction PredictionCondon Predi PrediOjionlondon tion tionDoDdoa
london Feb IA A day of tension and andapprenskm andappreulolt andapprenaleit
apprenskm has l been passed p 8Md here and andLondon adLeMon andLondon
London is still tlll without iitfomation htt naaUQR re regarding rer ingardIng ¬
garding r developments ia the far east eastern eaatem esitera ¬
era situation other than MWS received receivedin Ied IedIn
in the dispatches to the Associated AssociatedPress CiatedPreM AssociatedFrees
Press PressAfter PreMAfter FreesAfter
After a a forenoon of intensive activity activltyat acth1 acth1at
at the Japanese legation the minister rY
Y 11 V flfOJf11l flfOJf11lA
triir Bar aramahL Hay H hi drove 4110 droveto to the the foreign foreignoffice foi rot rotallce tp tpofflce
office where he h wa wag closeted closetedForeign lOsetedForeign jjSkl jjSklForeign
Foreign Secretary LaflSdowne for a aim aimtIe iTt iTttlewhlle JR JRtte
tIe tlewhlle tlewhlleUp whtt whttUp w wUp
Up to late tonight tODi < ht no further die dfspatches tItapatcheli diepatches
patches had been be received at the Jap Japaneec Japanec
aneec ane legation tie officials o th there re in inDieting iaj iajzl inslating >
Dieting zl t1ng that except exce t for thenaw con contained conj ¬
tamed in the press p dispatches they theywere theyvere I Iwere
were still without even an intimation intimationthat Intimationthat I Ithat
that the Russian reply NpI to o Japan de deHands doisands
Hands had been received receivedLieuieftftntQ rtceivedLleUte receivedLieutenantGeneral deI
LleUte LieutenantGeneral LieuieftftntQ antG neral Sirian Hamilton Hamiltonquartermastergeneral IiIamUtMtqU1lrtJftlQstefg Hamlltaquartermastergeneral
quartermastergeneral qU1lrtJftlQstefg neral to the British Britishforces Britishtorces I
forces will it is announced in the theevent theevent
event of war betve bet between n Japan and Ruts Rutsfia RUi3Eia Rtsna j
fia be appointed British military at attache attaehe attarhe ¬
tache with the th Russian force forceTAKAHIRA fortCTAK forceTAcAEIRA
Japaneses aiinister at Washington Was WashingtonBelinvos ington ington13elicvos
Belieyos War Must Come ComeWashlngton ComeWashington
Washington Feb 6 6lIr Mr Takahira Takahirai Thkabhthe i ithe
i the Japanese minister mInIst has not been beenInformed bee beeInformed beenInformed
Informed by his government of ottbe the re receipt rereipt
ceipt c pt of the Russian reply but he ha hareceived hgsl hgslreceived l lreceived
received advices from Toklo whlcfc whtckshow 1 1show
show the feeling there to be one of ofgreat ofgreat ofgreat
great exasperation exa peratk > n at the delay 11a in the thereceipt thereceipt thereceipt
receipt of the Russian reply for which whichno ch chno
no explanation has been given The Theminister Theminister Theminister
minister raid today that he expected expectedin 1
0 o call at the state department later laterin I
in the day for a conference with the theacting theacting theacting
acting secretary of state sta He described describedthe
the situation n as being very grave He Hewas Hewas 1 1was
was not surprised < to hear that Mr SirKurino MrKurtno MrKurine
Kurino the Japanese minister was waspreparing waspreparing waspreparing
preparing to depart from the Russian Russiancapital rtU9SlanIn Xtusslancapital
capital capitalIn
In view of the activity of the Rus Russian Russlan Rueelan ¬
sian military forces the Japanese be believe b behOve ¬
hOve that t Russia Rus ta is bent on war W 1l Spa Special S Sclal Spacml ¬
cial emphasis is placed ced by Japanese Japaneseofficials IopnoMoJftcials Japaneseadlelals
officials upon the forwarding f of the t1tereply thereply thereply
reply to Admiral Alexleff head of the thewar thewar thewar
war party for final revision Another Anotherstrong AnoUierstrong Anotherstrong
strong indication of war in the opin opinion opini opinion
ion i n of the Japanese is the warning warninggiven warninggt warninggiven
given gt en by the Russian officials to the theJapanese theJapanese I IJapnese
Japanese officials at Vladivostock and andto andto andto
to the Japanese Jap ne commercial agent that thata
a state of siege s1egemlsht might be expected any anytime anytime anytime
time timeMr timelIIr timeMr
Mr Takahira had a conference c nerence last lasting lasting lastlag ¬
ing about half an hour with Acting ActingSecretary ActingSecret8r ActingSecretary
Secretary of State LoomIs this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon He left the department greatly greatlydepressed greatl3depressed greatlydepressed
depressed over the situation and will willnot willnot wiltnot
not be preatlr surprised to hear of a aseverance asevemmce aseverahce
severance of diplomatic relations be between be beteeu betweei
tween Russia and nd Japan at any mo moment n10n n10Oarried taonient ¬
ment n
Carried a Message MessageIt
It can c n be stated that Mr Takahiras Takahirasvisit TnkahirasvIsit Takahirasvisit
visit to the state department was for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose e of conveying conv ng an important importantcommunication importantcmmunlcatlon ImportantcOmmunIcatIon
communication that tb t will prepare this thisgovernment thisgernment thisgovernment
government for the course of action actionJapan actionJaJJlU1 actionJapan
Japan is generally expected to take takeHe takeHe takeHe
He He gave the acting secretary a brief briefresume briefresume I
resume of the negotiations pointing pointingout
out the patience with which Japan had hadwaited hadwaited I
waited for more than a reasonable reasom ble time timefor timefor I Ifor
for the Russian Ru l reply The ministersaid minister ministersaid ministersaid
said Manchuria had been always Con Considered considered conskiered ¬
sidered by Japan a vital part of the thenegotiations thenegotiations thenegotIations
negotiations This fact leads the of officials offtelale ofIldals ¬
ficials here to believe that Russias re refusal rtteal refusal ¬
fusal to make a treaty on this point pointwill pointwill pointWilt
will be followed by b war warAt warAt warAt
At the Japanese legation Jeg tlon it Ia said saidan saidan saidan
an injportant announcement may be bemade bemade bemade
made to the American people within withina withinshort
a short time timeIn timeIn timeIn
In the present crisis an official officialadded Officitlad officialadded
added ad ed discreet silence > is absolutely absolutelynecessary nJsolut absolutelynecessary 1y
necessary necessaryBaron necessaryBaron necessaryBaron
Baron Hayashis Haashl interview printed printedthis printedthis II
this morning is believed at the Jap Japanese Japa Japanese ¬
anese a legatlen here to be authentic authenticAt I IAt
At a late hour tonight it i was wn5state wn5statet states statesat statOat
at t the Japanese legation that the min minister minister mittlater ¬
ister had not been informed by his hisgovernment hisg8vemment hisgovernment
government of the receipt of the Rus Russian RussiAn RueSian ¬
sian reply Mr Takahira did not at attend attend attend ¬
tend the weekly reception of the Aus Austrian Austrian Atmtrim ¬
trian trim ambassador ambaB ador tonight t night at Which WhichCOunt whichCount vhichCount
Count Cassini was a guest guestGENERAL guestG guestGBNBBAL
War W r i in the Balkans Would W u1d Follow FollowConflict FollbwConflict Pollb PollbConflict
Conflict in the Orient OrientLouden OrientLOIWI OrientLondon
London u Feb C IThe The prospect for a agreat agreat agrestr
great grestr war breaking bre kIC out in thit ths th < fat east eastwhich eastwh eastwhich
which wh is acknowledged even in hither hitherto ¬
to pacific quarters has been brojught brojughtappreciably brojightappretiaIy i iaPItetIay
appreciably nearer by the develop developments dtWe1 dOvelepnients p pments ¬
ments of the last day or two That a aRuesoJapanese aRuss i iRUl8
RuesoJapanese RUl8 Russ Japa Japndee conflict will be fol followed fol fo folowed ¬
lowed by a Balkan Bal outbreak which in intime intilne hithne
time may deVelop d elop Into a widespread widespreadEuropean wldopreadEuropean vtdeSpreadEuropean
European conflagration is isalsQ also con considered oonkleredprobble considered ¬
sidered kleredprobble probable probabIeaxM and add increases the de depression depreIISIon deprese1on ¬
pression pervading all political pOliUcalcircles pOliUcalcirclesin circles circlesin
in England and on the continent The Thenews Then Thenews
n news 5 from St Petersburg of the prep preparations prepalUons preparatlons ¬
arations of M Kurino the Japanese Japaneseminister Japaneseminister Japaneseminister
minister for departure is not yet yetknown yetknown et etkmnm
known in London but official circles circlesthe circlesthe circlesthe
the press s aifd the public have already alreadypractically alreadpracUC8lIy alreadypractically
practically decided that nothing can canavert canaert canavert
avert war and probablythe probably the termina termination termination terminatins ¬
tion of the long delay dela and suspense suspensewhen suspensewhen suspensewhen
when the first gun is fired will occa occasion occasion occaMon ¬
sion a sense 11M of relief and possibly busi business bUsIne bualness ¬
ness s improvement Already Tbldp To T l1o o die dispatches dlilpatehes diepatches ¬
patches announce that relief rell f Is felt feltthere feltthere feltthere
there at the fact that all doubts re regarding1 re regantl regarding ¬
gantl garding1 the outcome of the negotia negotiations negoUaUon negotlaUses ¬
Uses have practically been set at rest restPrices restPrices restPrices
Prices Falling Palling1Prices FallingPrtee8 PallingP
Prices P on the stock exchange fell fellagain felln fellagain
again n this morning console con ol8 opening 8
lower Japanese securities 1 lower lowerand loweraacl lowerand
and Russian 1 point lower Later con consols conImproved coneels ¬
sols improved 116 116The IItThe 116The
The British postofHce to emphasizes the thecritical the ttecritical thecritical
critical state of the situation by an announcing announelng anflouncing ¬
flouncing that code telegrams cannot cannotbe oonnotbe ctnnotbe
be accepted for any ity place in Japan Japanthus Japluathus Japanthus
thus confirming the New York an announcements 0no8ocemenu announcemeuls ¬
nouncements to the same effect effectsubstance efteetThere effoetThere
There Is reason to believe that thE thEsubItaDee thesubstance
substance of the tost Russian reply
ff FHr > YY V y yy
< 0
3tH jta kas already lraa be ben n communicated to tho thoJapanese thoJa theJapanese
Japanese Ja ae legation b hero < re and thence to tothe tothe tothe 1
the foreign office One long and ser sererai se seeral ccvcmi
erai shorter cable messages me from Toklo Tokiohav ToklOhav 1
hav h recently been received by Baron BaroaThere Baro1IayashI I IIaJasbit
IaJasbit 1IayashI te e Japanese e minister ministerT ministerThere
There T er was unusual activity aetl 4f at the thelegation thelegsticn
legation this morning and l ion long n mes messages lne5sages moesages ¬ j
sages WUl fcit sent 9fn t to various points pointsJapan polhtsJapn poihtJaI4n
Japan Refused RefusedWith RefusedWith
With reference to the reiterated reiteratedstatement Ielterted Ieltertedtatement telteratedsbtlenient I
statement tatement from Russian sources that thatRussia t1Mt1tU8 thatRiiesi
Russia 1tU8 ia could co ld sot agree to t i a afortification Japa rQafortification ese esefortification
fortification ef f southern outh = rn Korea as it itwould Itwould Itwould
would endanger the neutrality reutra1 tT of the thestraits thestraits thestraits
straits of Korea the t Japanese Jap legation legationsaid iegztlonsaid
said 14 today tooa that Japan had k d already dY rec recognized rec08n1zed ranognized
ognized the r asonablenese aIIO of thL con contention eonteqtkm contentkn ¬
tention on th th3 part of Russia and had hadreadily kadlea4ily hadreadily
readily agreed A ree1 that the passages of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the straits of Korea should be perfect perfectly ¬
ly tree Japan however refused to toagree toasree toagree
agree to th the neutral stone suggestion ffuggcsttenbecause suggestionbecause
because she be believed beUe it would become becomevirtually beeomevIrtually becomevirtually
virtually a Russian R sphere of influence
in 1 view of her large concessions f Iis Oil Ottthe
the Talu Tam river MereoVer M er if Japan Japanad Japanhad Japanlmd GJl1
had ad granted this demand it would have havebeen haveboon I
been in opposition to Japans conten contention contenUeli clintontI ¬
tion tI that the indepehoence In lepe < 1aence and thteg thtegrity nitegrUt Ihtcgiitt
rUt of Korea must be recognized recognisedThe
The scare 8 are in city circles hero her Tvas Tvasshown vas vasSbon v5sshown
shown today by a wild w d report current currenton
on the stock exchange CXC that a severe severenaval geveroava severenavI
naval > engagement eqapment had taken place in inwhich inwhich
which three Russian Ra tu and two Japanese Japaneseships Japaneseshl Japaneseships
ships shl were sunk sunkThere sunkThere t tT1aeft
There are indications IlHIIcatioDSthat that informa information infOrmatJoa Informstloit ¬
tion received at the Japanese legation legationh legat legntitthhere un unhr
h hr r from Tokio show that Russians Russiansreplyv Russl ItuSsiSsreply s sreJIU
replyv reply in the estimation tot > of the lega legation legatIoi ¬
tion tlo decidedly does not meet Japans Japanswishes JapanswWtes Jspaitswishes
wishes wishesThe wWtesT1Ie wishesThe
The general tension in diplomatic diplomaticquarters dtlomaticquarter diplomaticquarters
quarters here today is i unquestionably unquestionablyincreased unqueeUonablyJn unquestIonablyIncreased
increased Jn
AT SBNDEEf S RISK RISKRestrictions RISKR MSKHostlotions
Restrictions R Placed Upon Sending SendingMessages SendingMessages
Messages to the Orient OrientNew OrientNew OrientNew
New York Feb 6 tThe The central of office ofAct oflice ¬
Act of the Western Union cable service serviceannounced servIceannounced serviceannounced
announced today that private massages massagesin mQ ges gesInMCret
in InMCret secret 8 cret language cannot be acospted acosptedfor
for any place in Japan JapanThe JapanThe JapanThe
The Commercial Cable C ble company is isadvised IsadiMd isadvised
advised by the Japanese Ja neee administra administration admlnls ra ratl ¬
tion tl n that secret language ia prohibited prohibitedin
in private messages to Japan JapanLater JapanLater JapanLater
Later the th Western West ra Union was in informed informed informed ¬
formed that the Japanese government governmenthad
had modified the restrictions BO that the theaddressee theaddressee theaddressee
addressee of a code dispatch dlsp tall may re receive 1ecelve receive ¬
ceive such cablegram cablegr m provided he files filesa
a opy of his code with the tn authorities authoritiesMessages authorItiesMe authoritiesMo3ages
Messages Me will be accepted however 1owcvermaly howeveri iowever ioweveronly
i only at senders risk rtekJapan riskJapan riskaan
Japan aan Must Decide DecideLondon D DcideLondon cide I IIGlldon
London Feb I tA A dispatch dl patch to Reu Reuters R Reuter3 U Uter ¬
ters ter Ttiegrani company oom any from St Pe Petersburg Petersburg Fetersburg ¬
tersburg says S8yn saysAn saysAn
An > n authoritative statement from a aRussian aRusBlan aflthtOlan
Russian source regarding the con contents contmita contouts ¬
tents of the Russian Rus lan reply Is as fol follows folIowa ol ollows ¬
lows lowsIf
If tke Japanese Japan government is ani animated anImated antmat ¬
mated mat d by the same pacific sentiments sentimentsae ts tsu
ae the Russian government there is isreason isntu iSreagon
reason n to hope that it will give Rus Russias Russ Rueslg ¬
sias s s fresh proposals ls such favorable favorablereception tavorablereGe favorablereception
reception reGe Uon ae to ftermit mutual accord accordbeing accordbeing accordbeing
being finally reached rea hecJ Baron de Ro Rouen Rourn o ofI ¬
urn fI n has been furnished with all the thenecessary thene thenetessary
necessary ne ry instructions Instru tons for a fresh freshtphaae freshtPhaae freshphase
tphaae of the negeUaticns negeUaticnsDepression deg taticn5 taticn5Depression Jtenll JtenllDepression
Depression at Copenhagen CopenhagenCopenhagen CopenhagenCopen CopenhagenCopenhagep
Copenhagen Copen Feb 6 tiThe The Danish Danishgovernment Dan DanIshgovernment h hgovernment
government has now w completed d all allmeasure tillmeeaure l1 l1JJusuret
measure for the protection of Dan1 Dan1Ish Danl11th Daw1li
Ish waters atara in the t e event of war in the thefar th thtar thpfar
far east The government gQvern l1l has ha decided decklednot decidednot decidednot
not to send any of its warships into intoBast intoBast intoIast
Bast Asiatic waters watersThe watersT watersThe
The T e depression depree lon in h business circles circleshere circlesbere circleshere
here is increasing and nd the stock ex exchange exchange exchange ¬
change has been strongly rongl3 < affected aftectedal aftectedalthough al although a athough ¬
though political circles ct l s are not so pee pessimtettc p peeim3Lc s sslmJ
simtettc tlc tlcA
A A large firm here heie having c cioe jee con connection Oit OitneeUon oiineetion ¬
nection with the Russian government governmenttoday govern ne ltt ent enttda
today t tda veceteed wcei a a dispatch ch ontradicting ontradictingthe
the rumors that war betweenJapan betweenJapanand between Japan Japtlnaac Japanafld
and Russia is imminent imminentRiot imml imminentRiot nt ntRiot
Riot fit Seoul SeoulSeoul SeoulSeoul SeoulSeoul
Seoul Feb 6 CR 6RussIan Russian soldiers have havebeen bayebeen havebeen
been the cause of a disorderly incident inchiefttIII
1 III Seoul One O of 0 the Russians seized 8 Q1 Q1w a awoman awoffisa
woman w and an angry crowd gathered gatheredA
A body of Korean gendarmes soon Son ar arrived arrived tierived ¬
rived at the scene f of the trouble troubleand troubleandaa and andan andan
an encounter with the fl Russians tRu eJans fol foloverpowering
lowed The gen4Jlrmes fought welt weltoyerpowering welloverpowering
overpowering the t Russians one of ofwhom orwhom ofwhom
whom was wounded woundedThe WOUtHlthe woundedThe
The Koreans declare that the t Rus Russians Russaus Ruesiap ¬
sians will destrey the th country countryAn countryAn countryAn
An Insurrection has broken out sixty sixtymiles elxt elxtm elztymiles
miles m e north of Seoul and 1M1 the prefect prefecthouse prefecthoti prefectshoilsO
house hoti has been destroyed d by the peo peoNetherlands psopie o
1 pie
Netherlands Nethe llitnds Sends Warship WarshipThe
The Tb Hague Feb f 1The The Netherlands Netherlandsgovernment Netherlandsgovernment
I IIovemmeftt
government has ordered the cruiser cruiserFrtesland cruiserFrttlnd ruiserFriHland
Frtesland to t remain 1 Jl in the far east eastT1OTION easto eastPIOPIOM
o cp s sFOOJION
Washington Feb 9 One One of the re results n nts iaSalts ¬
Salts ts in congress reS8 of the departmental departmentallibraries dePartmentalHbMP1e departmentallibraries
libraries is an order from the war de depHftraent dePUt doprtuent
PUt ent clo closing the fiction division divisionof
of of the war department library The Thebooks Thebooke ThebookS
books will be shipped to posts In vari various var varone ari ariou ¬
one ou parts of the country countryFACTORY countryFACTORYBURNED countryP4OTOZ
2 le1 w f fork rk Feb 6 6Ftre Fire in a South SouthBrooklyn SOuth SOuthBrooklyn SouthBrooklyn
Brooklyn factory taclor occupied by William WilliamLane WilliamLane UJam UJamLanes
Lane Lanes I Son shoe manufacturers anurCtur and andMichael andIkbael andMichael
Michael Cooper ladies wear ear tonight tonightcautBd towghtcautIIdtll tonightcatlOed
cautBd cautIIdtll ntf0 lNOh1 lO U damages damagesHave damagesHave damagesHave
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bay ba in a dense densep snramp near Greenwood GreenwoodLutlter GleeI1woodLutl1erHetbert I ILuther
Luther Lutl1erHetbert Hotbert and an l his wife wanted wantedat
at Doddsvllle for the murder rder of James JamesEaatland JamesEutlud < 4lastland
Eaatland are prepared to sell their then1lives theirlives I IJtYeS
lives dearly The negroes n JI today killed killedfoer killedfour killedfour
four of the states bloodhounds that thathad thatbad
f fhad
had tracked tltem into int the swamp swampSeveral 8WatnPSeveral ewa2bpSeveral
Several hundred d men from four co coun n nties I Ities Ities
ties are guarding every exit from the theswamp tbewamp theswamp
swamp Unlese Unli the couple attempt to tobrnk tobreak i ibreak
break through tae t e cordon tonight the thepoaea theO theflposse
posse plan to tolMat beat the woods thor thoroughly thoroughl thoroughly ¬
oughly in the morning nior litg Holberts wife wifeis wifeIe wifeis
is dressed in mans attire and both she sheand sheand sheand
and her husband art ar1tv Heavily y armed armedTvro armedTvo sensedTwo
Two negroes were killed by a posse possenear possenear possenear
near Belzonia Yasoo county todayOne today todayOne todayOne
One of them thought t eught to be Holbert Holbertshowed Holbertshowed Holbertshowed
showed fight when wh n called ton to halt haltand haltand haltand
and both were shot to death deathThe deathThe i iThe
The present scene of action Is in inLeltore InLellore i iLenore
Leltore county the tI chase having vble led ledacross i icross
across three counties co countl6sMURDEIt n tits
Desperate Deed of an THEATREI ExConvict at atmiddlesboro atmddl atMiddioioro
middlesboro mddl l oro Ky EyMIddlesboro KyMlddlesooro KyMiddlesboro I
MIddlesboro Ky Feb 8In In the gal gallery plleQ gallery ¬
lery of the Princess P l ce8S theatre at Mid Middlesboro Middleboro
dlesboro tonight during a minstrel per performance per performance performance ¬
formance John White htte a negro ex exconvict exconvict i iconvict
convict shot and instantly killed Po Policeman Policeman FeS FeShlceman ¬
liceman John Burns and accidentally accidentallyIdlled accldelttaJlyldlled accidentallykilled
killed John Sharp a switchman in the theemploy theemploy theemploy
employ of the L N railroad The Thetragedy Thetragedy Thetragedy
tragedy was as the result of the threat threatmade threatmade
made by the poiifea po1i 8 officer during the theday tbeday theday I
day that he would arrest rreet re t White for forvagrancy foragranc forsagraney
vagrancy agranc White escaped e knocking knockingdown knockingdown knockingdown
down a negro who attempted to stop stophim stoPhim stophim
him on the stairway with the butt of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his pistol and afeo 150 running over the thesheriff thesheriff I
sheriff of Bell county A posse is In Inpursuit inputsuit inpurault
pursuit White IB a hotel waiter and andserved anderved andserved
served a sentence senten in the penitentiary penitentiaryfor penitenUarfor
for cutting a womans W QIU1S throat t Great Greatexcitement Greataxeltement Greatexcitement
excitement was wjls caused in the theatre theatreby tbeatreby theatreby
by the shooting and a stampede was wasionly wasonly
only averted ave avenona by coolheaded persons personaGRO nona nonaRoanoke j jNEGRO
Boanoke Va in the Hands of a aWild aWila awiia
Wild Mob MobRoanotoe MobRoano MobRoanolee
Roanotoe Roano Va Dec 6 ITaylor Taylor Fields Fieldsa
a negro gro who was charged with talking talkingabout talkingabo talkingaboitt
about abo t the assault of Mrs Shields and andher andher andher
her little daughter in a way calculated calculatedto
to Incite the blacks was taken from fromhis fromhis fromhis
his home at Salem by a mob of sev several several several ¬
eral hundred men and with a ropei ropeiaround rope ropearound
around his neck was carried to tb the themain themain l lmain I
main street of the town stripped to tothe tothE tothe
the waist bound to a telephone tel tei phone pole poleand poJeand poleand
and unmercifully whipped with JUt pieCes pteceaof pte pteof
of electric wire and sticks sticksThree sUckaThree sticksThree
Three negroes one ODe of them a preach preacher ¬
er have been be n driven out of Roanoke Roaiiokefor ROJIDketor Roanokefor
for their incendiary talk about the theShields theShields theShields
Shields case caseRADIUM caseRADIUM
New York York Feb 6Dr Dr George F FKunz FKunz FKunz
Kunz of this city special agent of the theUnited theUnited theunited
United States Sta geological survey has hasbeen batbeen hasbeen
been appointed commissioner ner of the theradium theraalum theradium
radium exhibit at the St Louis LouIfiJtion earpo earpoyition afpositlon
yition tion and has been authorized to pre prepare prepare ¬
pare and procure material therefor thereforcomprising tbeleCorcomprising thereforcomprising
comprising radioactive substances sub of ofall ofall
all kinds and also exhibits e hlbJts to illustrate itluatmtethe iIIusttethe illustratethe
the action of radium ra ium compound ultra ultraviola ultraIola ultraviola
viola Iola light and Roentgen rays upon uponmineral uponmineral uponmineral
mineral and chemical substances substancesThere substaHceT1lre substancesTlyre
There will be a second se onl exhibit of ra radium radium iadium ¬
dium and radioactive substances In Inthe inthe inthe
the mines building buildingGIRLS buildingGIRLS buildinge buildingGIRLS
Chicago Feb 6 STbe Tbe strike against againstthe ag1n againstthe t tthe
the American Can company following followinga foll ll wing winga ing inga
a 10 per cent wage reduction ex extended extended egtended ¬
tended today toda to the Illinois Can com company comany cornpany ¬
pany any branch where 3W employee quit quitwork quitwork quitwork
work Seventeen hundred employee in InaU inall
all are now OH strike rtke Some of the theformer tlwformer theformer
former employee at th the plant attempt attempted ¬
ed to go to work and met with rio violence vJlence riolence ¬
lence from pickets Three men were werebadly werebadly werebadly
badly beaten be ten it is reported and girl girlstrikers girlstrikers girlstrikers
strikers who saw the trouble cheered cheeredthe cheeredthe
the pction of the pickets picketsBECEIVHR pICketsREOEIVe picketsRECEIVER
Elkhart Ind Feb 8A A receiver was wasappointed wasappointed
appointed today for the Garden City <
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postal Ste today attached to a a com complaint earnphLIot cornplaInt ¬
plaint made by Mr Ir Kumler r rresentfag represent representing resent resentfltg ¬
fag the Lorenzeg that he had reoilysd reoilysda reotlveletter reoeive reoeivea
a letter Intimating that attempts ttem haft haftbeen
been made to tamper with th the Jury jur in ina ina ina
a way wa prejudicial to his clients and Iln Die Cheother Dieother theother
other defendants Justice Pritohard Pritchardheld Pritohardheld
held a long conference wiQfc wI counsel on
both sides about the matter none of ofwhom ofWhom ofWhom
whom would disclose the conclusions cencl1loP6reached oonclu4tepsreached conclusionsreached
reached reachedMrs reachedMrs reachedMrs
Mrs Lorenz concluded conclu eoncIudedhr edb her r testimony testlmon
She was not no crossexamined Ferdi Ferdinand FeriARand Ferdisand ¬
nand W Machen of Toledo an uncle of ofA 01V ofl
A l w V Machen explained e p1alRed his oonnec oonnection eaunectin eonn eonntlest
tin with the oil business Another Anotherwitness Alt AnotherWitness thw
witness was John Tarinev a a real estate estatebroker estatebroker estatebroker
broker who corroborated the stat stataments stt sttments statmeats
ments of D I B Groff thjit he kept no noaccounts noaOOouRts noaccounts
accounts The witness said he knew Imewthis knewthis knewthis
this because of his own transactions transactionswith transactlonwith transaCtionswith
with Groff which hich covered many many years yearsand r ears earsand rs
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First Assistant Postmaster General GeneralWynne GeneralWynne I
Wynne was as recoiled He said he re remembered r reinembered ¬ I Imembered
membered having testified In December DecemberlW Deeember19t Decemberlie
lW he concluded that Machen was wagnot wasnot wasnot
not a man to tru tru4 t He admitted how hewever however however
ever that up to March 31 1903 he had hadapproved hadapproed hadapproved
approved expenditures recommended in inMachens inlachen8 inMachens
Machens office of 11033 Including
53612 381 for or Groff fasteners fastenersMr fastenersMr
Mr Wynne said that his approval aJt roval to tothe tothe tothe
the papers T was as S based on Machens f1cl1n in initials tnItlftl intIaIIL
itials Itlftl tIaIIL When YIten he had his suspicions of ofMacnen ofMac ofacben
Macnen Mac n in December r 1902 Mr Wynne Wynnestld Wyrniesaid Vynnesaid
said he had no pmof upon vhteh to tobase tobnse tobase
base them Had he had such proof pro f he hewould hcould henould
would ould hav acted Instartly Instatl and More Morevigorously morevigorously niecevigorously
vigorously than he did didMr didIr didMr
Mr Ir Wynfie Wvn said he acted a ted tin < i MachenK MachenKrecommendsUon IaehenrecommendatJon Machensrecommendation
recommendation after he began to sue suspect SU6ect sueIect ¬
pect ect him UI I acted on itI it said s id Mr MrWynne MrWynne Ir IrWynne
Wynne because b use I knew every notion notionof
of his and mine would be investigatad investigatadNew investigatecLManhood iwestigalmLManhood
Manhood is isNever isNever
Never lost lostNew
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That Positively Cures es All Ner NervoSexnal NervaSexual MarvaSexual
vaSexual Diseases It ItNever ItNever ItNvcr
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torative well named VlTAIiA disproves disprovesU s saU
aU U the th old notions about lost manhood manhoodThe manhoodThe manhoodThe
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dl dies dife out o t enurely I have confound confoundW the themedical t themedical e emedical
medical world by a a private prlv t home treat treatment treatmeat I Iment
ment that is 1 absolutely absoluteJ sure and guar guaranteed guamanteed uar uarnteed ¬
anteed to restore superb manhood inniioodDebility tnlnhO tnlnhOI manhoodS
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1 opportunity will never again get such offers on highgrade instruments and should call on us or write at once Having included our en entire cutj i ¬ I iIi iIit
j t a tire stock in this sale there is a large assortment of all kinds of instruments to tosatisfy satisfy the most particular buyers All instruments instrume ts that thathave thathave t
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