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Special ipcIII to The Herald HeraldiGDEN HeraJdQGDBN
iGDEN Feb M eb 19 ItTIle The worst wo t accident accidentljctn eeideet eeideetbJ
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ljctn cutoff cu happeUM teflsblt j fi t > b Bt 118 118todayat J Jtoday 3I
todayat I today at Jackson a siding dIRe oa the UieOs UieOsdcn e edenLucin Oy OydcnLucin
dcnLucin dcn Lucin cutoff work eightynine eightyninemiles eIghtyninenIIe
miles nIIe west from Ogden Og n and about nf nfteen Afteen Mteen I
teen miles taatward from New iLucin iLucinon
un th < main line J1 PrObabl Probably iib iithait less lessthan it > 5 I Ithan
than thirty lives were tre lost 1OIIt lotaM aad prob probably probably probably ¬
ably half that number maimed Two Tworarload Twoarlood Twosarlceds
rarload of explosrvea a one of black an1 an1the an
the 1 he other of giant powder Ignited with withawful withivfu1 I
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awful a wtul romilts It to o happeaed that the theiiicid theeidnt theiceidnt
iiicid eidnt nt occurred near the t ataUon and andone anllone anione
one of the trains tlfere were a number numbernf
nf Greek laborers These two cirewtai cirewtaiptancfs circ circftances c1reuIwrtanecs
ptancfs aided In n swelling FelJln the mortality mortalitylist 1Dorta1 1Dorta1it 1flOrta1tt3t
list it and yet t it Is a OHuvei 1IIIU1e that so many manyTh manyescaped
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escaped escapedThe s
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Th The Burke BurkejaaaUy amiljr tvse WiIIIJ aanihiiated lIdIated a afather afather I Ifatbfr
father and a mother 1d8 is brother and andthree snlthr anJt
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three thr t children c chflth These were T 1 W Wrf Wurg WI
I url rf roaomaster r his son n James Jameser Jamesgen James4gf
4gf gen er a little daughter aged 4 and a ababy aIJaby ababy
baby h > > These withtttlteir withtbe with their mother mothervere motherWEre moth r rere
WEre ere killtd almost instantly instantlyW
W V J Burke general foreman f4tl ftreifl for the theompany thei thempan
i < ompany mpan happened to be vMting his hisbrother hisbroUllll I
0 broUllll brother jd he t to tj w was killed kILdTkaDed killedT d dTlu
Tlu TkaDed TkaDedP ncI ncIT
T W Burke section 8 fti n foreman wife wifetnd wifet Ue Uetl
tnd tl t nd three t thr5 ftr chBArenf ccllentJ I I IJ
J W V Burke cera1 cera1W g ieral foreuMm foreuMmV
W V J L Hailer iiMMrSenger Andrews AndrewsJnd Andrewsi
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Leina engineer engineerStaaMba Migbuy MigbuyCrthe7 u uc
Crthe7 c Mdy MdyStann y yStaInIm
StaaMba engineer back backio11 not e enous
nous io11 1018
1018Taylor Taylor telegraph operator opentCllwiCe and andwife sn4wife
wife injuries about face and body bodySeven bodySea
Seven Sa Sea Greeks were wt sariouaty hued InjHcedAbuut uQue4bout huedAbeut I
Abuut bout 138 the special train left O Odpn Oc Ocdfn Odn
dpn with I Ioetol o > octors toPl Perkins PertpnIs Joyce Gor Gordon Gorion ¬ I
ion and Tophasa Aiistflm A er left With Withthroe withthre Uh
throe undertakers ut t 8 p m mTh 1DTh at atThE I
Th < dead tlf Jt bodies be4U s will arrive arri some someilme someI f f11me
ilme I lrnt this morning mom in Many yof of them t elP were werePO 1oe1eo
PO o badly mangled or burned that t they theymay tlae7mnynot they11u
may mnynot 11u V not be recognised recognisedThe nized nizedThe
The dead and injured Greeks bad eon coaiderable COlldrabl eonidejable
iderable sums of money moneYOD on their per persons perons perOfl8
sons They are ar thrifty and do d riot riotkeep ri notkeep t tk i
> keep k p their money in the banks but in inbelts inhfoJt Inf
f belts hfoJt about their persons perso It is said Id
that hardly haf a man an of thcmtoat thu t had W Wleiult af afleast ttr1east4OO
least leasti 1east4OO MOO c I j
i 2la Into Ia Powder ow er Oaf OafAs I IAl
As 1Wt near as can tte e Jearnet 1eroe the en enner man manner awnnerof ¬
ner ner nerof of f the tb accident a t was w tils A supply supplytrain 8Uppltra supp1tram
train tra going ojtro frotn Ogden west weatWie was teead teeading beaGiq ldlag
lag ia at Jackson ett ob and was partly rtf < hr oa oathe 01the o othe
the swing stn A water train of o seven cars carscoming canfrom cazaco
co coming east from Lucin lAid ifl tort lite liteothe the theothers ikeothers
others othe catching the ear of Mark k pow powder po pod powder ¬
der d right on the frog fr This car c cn caught caughtflu ceaghtta pt ptnzt
nzt flu aad pte4ed Ied teusJMug ta 4ag g elfe otbe otbegiant the thegiant u ugiant
giant powder pow Only a few seconds terondtpa8IIed aecomispassed secondspassed
passed after aftertM the cotttsio collWoauntilthe until wntMUie 4fce 6 6plo oc ocPkwkm
plo occurred reading the earth and andwrecking d dwrecking
wrecking the baUtttngs The depot a afiveroom aftvr afiveroom
fiveroom om frame structure r waftf wat terly terlydemotiahed terIydeiiollehed erlyI
demotiahed I hed Car whee wheels eugigt eag1 rode rodeand rocIaand rockand
and scraps ral of boiler boikrIII mate Le were1 w 1IIurled 1IIurledthlOtllB1t urted uHedthrough urtedthroash
through the walls alI6 and r of eftStruc eftStructure thetruc thetructure thtrueture
ture and the place reduced red to ktadHng ktadHngWOOd kfttltngwood D
WOOd 0 0Wreck
Wre Wreck < ik Caught FIT FITImmediately iIf iIfImmpdiately fI fIImmediately
Immediately afterwasds aft the place placetook pwetook placetook
took fire cars arsbu1Idid arsbu1Ididinflammable buildteSE build id evcrrthmg evcrrthmginflammable
inflammable burning bumj to t the ground groundOf
Of the five engines which were at the theaiding thesld1g
aiding when the wreck w occurred oretI hard hardly hrdly AI AIIY ¬
ly a fragment wa waa u loft luftlatge large enough enoughto e
to indicate ti e what had been beentfuatonged ItfKyASe ItfKyASeavbfusloa It < J
avbfusloa tfuatonged eigAed for fq a lw1l11e htte tout 1Ntallyhe toutany fla flaally
any allyhe the uninjured unlJi JjJ rushed to the rescue rescueA rscEeA
A A train wan le ma e up with the tI tImotiye tb tbmotive loco locomotive ¬
motive from fromtIIe the gravel pit at Hogup Hogupas H
as the motive power and in a a short shorttime shorttime shorttlm
time tlm those serio ser seriosIc sif injured were w ia iarajpgoees inon
rajpgoees on o the way to Og4er over OV the thetresflev thetrestle
tresflev tresflevv trestle tleol
v MeA wi4se A W Wo iK iKOf
Of ol o these t aeDft theetO theetOThEy two died A srlVfci 4 tiT in inThey itb
They JWere JWereeamer were George a L > asjo4y irn irnCarrier Mafl MaflCarrier
Carrier Haltard Hal 14a1dl1t OernwMfr I l la J Jibe8f
ibe8f lpniw lpniwfd a
a fd a d4ed d 4 m d 4T r ali > p train trainrencHed traInTMd trainreicedLns
rencHed reicedLns ie Lalke fctsBBBf5 lttt1 PtitibjuCA iV iVA
A doaen carriages were f lined up upalong u ualong upalong
along the th platform when whenthetrn whenthetrnciime hentite the trafn trafncame
came in but an anxious but entirely entirelyordrriy entirelylOwd entirelyordrjy
ordrriy crowd was as in waiting The Thetralp Thetn Thetral
tralp tral arrived about aboutI 1I3 = Qutetly Q t the thedoors thedoor thedoors
doors were opened and a couple of1 of1silent of silent silentforms ilentfunDs silentfutm
forms wrapped in blankets were eft carried carriedout carriedout
out ut to to the vehicles Then a woman womanher worn womanher
her n r head and hand swathed in cotton cottonwas couonlowly cottonwe
was we f lowly carried to toriase a waitingriage waiting car carriage ¬
riage Now and then a swaddled figure figurewo ft Ilgurewd e ew
wo w wd ld be beloerEd lowered to the grouud u taiL audowfl taiLiid
owfl iid walk out to the e caM carrfajpc assisted assistedby tsted tstedby
by comradw One man was 21 Able to towalk tewatk towa
walk wa unaided though his face avowed showed1bums avowedbui
bums 1B and a al 00 his biltdvlhinw hi clothing had been fWe4t fWe4tbU flown flownown own ownto n nto
to rga and nd lIuq ucg In tatt tttes 4ot own his hisBaoaye h himbaeC i
ba baeC I
Baoaye of Trainmen TrainmenCOndin I
CbndTictdr8 CODdu ct r83 r8T J Courtney who whuwas was wa OB OBthe octhe
the t gravel train narrowly narrowl escaped 8Capedealk escapeddeath escapeddeath
death Be was Ws just passing pu iDS from the 11 11t
l TACT Of lUNG KING EDWARD EDWARD14sa40n W Rll
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London Feb 19 iLThe The royal eulogy of Lord Roberts contained to pae becedered be besiweWaHsir
siweWaHsir 1ii order cedered ieeued yestevday evenmg even1n in 1 waft Wltk1t the tJM1dRttbotc tJM1dRttbotcJ Wnr khi too tooleave ok okleave
leave veoC of Lord Boberts as oommanderrinchief commander lncbieof of the arnr is isd isas d com commented m miitM
mented upon u n as as s another instance Imitance where w the tb tact of the thefrom king rescued rescuedthe r s stbters
the tbters ministers from an awkward dilemma 1InDa Thjp Th exceedlnffty t T curt t tReI paxi paxiner rnnncr
ncr in which the war office dismissed Lord Roberts deeply locessod die tlielate daeIte dielate
late conM COIIIII alaftiet snderinehief and thin th 1ee111gWas feellag 1Ii was we shared e4 sy flieuk th > puhtic j to tosuch tot toueb
such aa exteit extent t thbt it threatened to lead 1e to a Mrioos w wt attack e otl otliernnt the theaulfiiiBSj
aulfiiiBSj iernnt nt t in h parliament The ktags II n first st Intltlll ntiflBtttion of hi hIeIio hIeIioI 4 gisappio gisappioval SAnpto SAnptovai
val aI of the ttie war ale vlOce treatment was Wto to invite Lord Roberta RobertsW ta Lu Suckis Suckisham ucici cld clde g gham
ham palace e where marked attention atte tionwaB was shown to the field a marshal marshalThis 1IInINIJThis maralinir
r 1 I This has now Veen followed by b the general anfey order wMeh hfrk 11 11seDt was wassent wassent
sent out by the king personally personallyGERMANS penonallyt penonallyu personallyGERMANY t
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GERMANY SECURES IMPORTANT IMPO IMPORTANIR1GHTS RTANt RTANtR1GHT h hRIGHTS
RIGHTS SIN IN INPROVINCEOF f ROVINGEOF ROV1 N GE OF SHAN SH SHANTUNG ANrUN TUNG G GJ J
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8hnafI TTli mlsil Feb 19 ItIt It is reported at atWei atel atWet
Wet el ItBten the most important city in inthe iqthe inV inthe
the province of f She n Tung that Ger Germany Germa Germany ¬
V many ma baa secured the right to Ittaug IttaugiiMfte inugiirgte QJ QJunlit
unlit a uniform police system syst In aH 4Itthe aHthe Olthe
the cities of Shan Tung The Chinese Chinesereceived CblDtReceled Chinesereceived I
received the announcement favorably favorablyBerlin favorbIyBerlin favorablyBerlin
Berlin Feb Itfn In considering Ons derin an anUem anItem 1 1Hem
Hem Item in the foreign office budget provid provWing providing providing >
ing 3500 3500fl0 W for expenses 4xppn in th far farast farf3tot fareast
east > ast including the maintenance of Or Orman tiermai r rman
man troops at Kiao Chou Shan Twig Twigprovime Tungprovtnno Twigprovince
> i province and th the Chi Li province Chi China t thITa ¬
na na some of tbe members of the r i ih ihtag ihstag h hstasr
stag tag npproprlationa 1 committee today todUobje todtyobjected i iobjected
objected obje > ted to the th o xpenses X n as being beln un unnecessarily unneeea unieceLsI ¬
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necessarily neeea ieceLsI rorily < rily burdensome
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Foreign Foretcn1lecretary Secretary von Hfcchthofen Hfcchthofenconfidentially JUdit1 libkLhotenconadentlany fen fencooft4entlall
confidentially gave to t1IecMmIdUteCErtain tHecommittee tHecommitteecertain theconunitteecertain
certain information about far eastern easternoonaiUo easternthinilth3ns te1
N oonaiUo thinilth3ns s and fl he added dmstk Jo ae diethat t t8NIioD jwiWIc jwiWIcsession
session that t < Jennany had LSI 1At snen snenincivdiug 1De4I aieiiIncindti
I Incindti incivdiug noqueasnbatasits n beta atsQIt Oresjt Brit Britain Billatu ¬
ain had ad 273S i3i Prance 1 1l IJU B J Japan 1
287 and Italy Ita 771 men in inCltina China The Thepresent Thepresent
present force f fo tn Chi hi LI province the thesecretary theseeretary
secretary ry explained wa WU V really too tooweak t tweak
weak to maintain ioterafcl lot order whitethe white whitethe bl
the o W icseffps r In Kiao KCJtoQ Cbou were ere a aslender asea aslender
slender sea r precaution for the preservation preservationof tlon
of the neutrality ntutraJIt of that district 4 U1ct Tide Thliwas Tidewns
was 1 no time he added to weaken weatenOPJIo weatenOPJIonum Qer Qernun G r rman
nun representation le reteDtatfon diplematfcaJfy aca i or ormilitarily ormilitarily
militarily in he far east eastV
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PAST fAVORS RECAllED RECAllEDI
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Des Moines la Fe Feb ia 19Tlie Thc Th > h hUS us committee on federal reiatlooi reiatlooiof r rof relaUiiisiof
of the Iow Iowa legislature hip ha rercived d rcealution calling attentlea attent to 4othe tothe tothe
the possible 1b1e fffects f fftl of the KutisiaJapan t iitJ pan war on Christian Clart tJan civWsa civWsatiou etVlllwalion elvilleatjOU
lion and commerce < e in the t far east of the uniform kindly attitude of ofKiuMia off ofA
f A KiuMia H i towMta this thi country untry during our entire ntre history their sympathy sympathyfor
for ouratrtitrsrle < for independence indf > pendn4f > and th their > ir great fat srrvife 3f rke to us during duringthe duringthe I Ithe
the war Varof of th tI rcrH r renellion wlllnn > llion It urges hit a a neutral powerwe PO power e should shouldcarefully shouldcarefully i iarefuUy
carefully ft i frain from expressing a sympathy that would indicate that thatwe UHltwe thatwe
we are umnteuul u ful of Jf f pa5ifuvor < If the Ot time tMu tgeue 9 when hen it it iSJIeea is neces necessary ¬
J 5 sary < a ry ri in the Interest of f forefatn co commerce tmerce to take a hand In the conflict conflictv f
v vi C should hOUI Jt H says cast ast our lot lot with ttJt a power that tb at is I mood friendly rather ratherthii ratheril F
thii 1 h n ommorvially nmnwn aJly r unfriendly untllcn ly t ty us UV j
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caboose to the engine fnginewhen whenthe when the explo explosion e ep1oston ¬
sion occurred The force of the e ex1o ex1oMon po poston o olIion
Mon struck Mm in the back b ck and bide bidecarrying Sideeairyfng tkiecarrying
carrying him about fifty feet awa aw away He Heremembered Eeremembered i ire
remembered re mbered lighting on the ground uDdtUld aad aadjumping OUttjumping I
jumping up but was so terribly dacsed dacsedho a4bt dne4he
ho fell backwards t unconscious Qntif Qntifpicked ufttirpicked utttirpicked
picked up tad placed 09 0 ot the train when whenhe w wbe wheflhe
he came to The back of hi bin coat w wcut n nut Wfl Wflcut
cut ut out as neatly ft as though it had been beendone beendone beendone
done with a knife Ht H was wa as brought t tQgden1 18 18Ogd tOgdew
Qgden1 Ogd n and taken tak n to a hospital on the thefin theftntl thefirst
fin first t train E D Butler another anotl1eremi anotl1eremi1or em employe eatploye ¬
ploye 1or was carried some distance aw WSP WSPbut y ybut ybut
but was only on1 slightly bruised bru filOOHe He hero keroieally Item Itemkally heroic ¬
ic ieally ally rushed back to the t e irJured and andtore andtore andtore
tore his clwtrves from his back to wrap wrapUp wrapep i iep
ep the wounded woundedBrakenran woundedBrakeman I
Brakeman BrakeD an Vosberg was wa blown in the theair theafr theair
air for some distance but escaped eS < apell11tlt apell11tltoAI with withonly withoal
only oAI titght ight injury injurywo ftturyrwo 1
Two wo of the Injured Will Die DieThe DieTbe DieThe
The trains that t collided were west westbound westld wosVbOund ¬
bound d No 2033 and eastbound east bound 5118 5118were Zt1 Zt1Three l1
Three at tM Greeks who were re IUJ1Ued IUJ1Uedere I1IIredwere I
were ere Thurmena Caralos Oust Canrpw Canrpwand ClU1ikaM C0ii1eand
and George OeoT e Catsamis Cat m ThEir injuries injurieswere Injurteawere injurieswere
were not so aeKous but V two other otherHreeks otherGreeb othertireeks
Hreeks whose e names could mat be UeIrarced beIcarued i iIfaned
Irarced were Injured s > seriously that thatthey ttuttihey th1they
they could not talk and it is befieved befievedthey bf beilevedthey tet tettbey
they will die dieJohn dieJhn dieJohn
John Contis the well knowav kno met merchant Jl Jlebant metchant ¬
chant of Ogden received hed word that hIS Hiearotber hIStotlier hisiwotber
arotber Louie Contis Cont was wa killed d IQ IQesp ft the thei theexpkrIon
i cxplc esp expkrIon don k > n He has a wife and tN1 fo fMa fMaren foivchireu r rcbiyren
cbiyren ren who are still in Greece G Jtr JtrCeiAis JrC1ts MiCitta
CeiAis went out to the t e scene n 1t 1tatastrophy of OCVUS OCVUSeatastrophy 4he 4hecatastrophy
catastrophy to bring his hi8t hinb < b otlt3ip uthete uthetemaiiate ti > ft ftJr er ermaim
maim maiiate IK JrA IKA V V VA
A second special bringing brl ng four near
Injured arrived arri > d about 11 oclock Twi TwiOf Tfr TfrOr Twiof
Of these were Engineer r James Stanton Staatonand Stantond Stantonand
and d a man named William nn3nJ Their Theirjuries ife ifejuries ihjuries
juries are not considered serious Qi Qithe Wt Ofthe
the t e injured Inju red it te believed H will willaccepting reep reepVexeeptlflg <
accepting tJng the two Greeks Gre ment mentOfficials meDtOfficials menLiose menLioseOfficials
Officials Notified NotifiedThe NotiftedThe NotifiedThe >
The count county officials of Box KtSercounty KtSer II4ercounty r rcounty
county were notified of the catastrajj lataSt vatastri vatastriand m mand
and the coroner cor0l1 r together tog tMr withfetfeef with ttla ithett ithettIaIs 9f sf sfflcials
flcials IaIs went ent out to the scene ol 01JJGe6on HJ eije eijephoton K Kplosion
photon by b special train about mlak ml4il inhipighIVStV igl igllast b btast
tast last night An n inquest Ih Uft will n ilL b be field fieldover eTd eTdover Td Tdover
over tbe dead dea this morning moni after w ubich ubichthey ch chi Ia Iathe7
i they will be 13 brought to Ogden den an 8 8tor sod sodpaled pre prepared ¬
pared for buriai Tb rbe latest t weport weportglvet esportgitet t tJve
glvet Jve sixteen Greeks Gr ks dead beeideto be the theAmerican beAJItfilan he heAmetleans
American AJItfilanAt AmetleansAt f fAt
At thf Ogden general V bOtopitai ttal ttalG Br BrGordon DrGdon
Gordon Joyce and Perkins > rktnt arotstwl 1 Yth y ythe ythe
the th corps of nurses worked o for forh1h BJBMearlngk BJBM keisitlnn
earlngk h1h for th injured At 130 1 19 si ihv ihvthey 11bay it itthey
they Ampl mpIeteI < ted their labors Dr DrPtr DrPtrkin 2r 2rkfnt Irkim
kin > the Southern PacijUc Padftcpbtsidltn Padftcpbtsidltnannoun plkysfctiKn plkysfctiKnannounced phrsInannounced
announced announ that none had been 1t D barfly barflyhurt ly lyhurt y yhurt
hurt uOre One mans man arm is broken brokenUte end endthe j jtlte
Ute others otb rs hav ha have o been burned more malfpr malfprserioUSly or orless orless
less seriously none of them fatally fataUYsaht hc hcsaid hesaid
said saidV 1 1Swathed
V Swathed in Bandage BandageI Bilu agu aguI V VIii
I In a number of instances In ancri the therace ejttlre eM4reface
I 1 face was burned The whole who head JJeadswaUted wn wnswathed Wan Wanswathed
swathed in bandages th th only hole te teIng bebig e eIpgfor
big Ipgfor for the eyes Rose o ano line and mout month jbe jbeclot the 1aecloth thecloth
cloth sheathing beathln every en > ry inch of oftV oftVI tne div divi0kIng hffcd hffcdnakiBga
nakiBga i0kIng I a gruesome lTu ome and 3ho ghoJrtfike 1J fcp fcpToe hpperane P Pr
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r TTrne13d eDCIOua ue Exio ExiofIte i P PExplosioc
Toe explosion wa wu terrifies errU1f e awljhe and the
POSSES ARM ARI1DTO TIlE iiiJHi
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People of Northern Montana Determined d to Rid P1dVt the t Counry Counryof C tJntrrYi tJntrrYiof
of the Notorious Jones Gang of Thieves Thi ves J Jand
and Murderersi 1urderefs i
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p REAT R nzkiMoM kr FALLS Mont Feb 19 ItA ItAdetPfr iLAdesperte A Ai
i 0 G desperate te manhunt 1IUI1l hunt was wegb begun in innorthern inI
I northern Montana this morning morningwhen mortl I
when wh u two posses of determined df men left leftPoplar leftPopar
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Poplar and Glasgow Gla got in Valley county ceulltY1 ceulltY1to
to run down d wu the members of t the no notorious noI notorlous ¬
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torious Jones gang The The chief Clt let of the theband theband
I band Frank Jones J < fles was w kllfeil klJ t1 near nearPoplar 8iI nearPopiar
I Poplar Popiartas last week by JJepoty 9q Stertns StertnsGeorge 9111111GPor SherIsGeorge
George GPor Bird and John Morgan MorganIt JIoriranIt MortnIt
It te Mated that fix members metnkemsV9f of the theJones tbeJones theJones
Jones gang were sreen two two days agro agronear ag agnear g gnear
near the ranch of A N NV JfeRde whare whareJones wfLweJ
V Jones J eea was killed k 1ed These men Were with without witJat ¬
t out homes and the officers o hope to toi t toovertake
i overtake them before they ecremounts secure locateV securemounts
V mounts and make off tf to their tbelrstrm strong strongOPENED800 stringOPENED800LETTERS t tI
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AND LANDED IN JAIL JAILBedding J JAIL JAILLkftdit3g
DT DTnofIds
Bedding Cal F Feb lgTeis T m Her Hera Ueyn4ils
nofIds a nephew of Poptmaster Po I ° ° J JReynolds E Eswened ER
R Reynolds swened ned over t 49 fetters t1 tttzs tZS and andw andmQfte1 cadhe
w < t eti sJ pwe monejf monejfhe
he b found bi bItlitmau btbern rfcemaurtag urt the past th t1 tbr4eutoutba WIIORtbll ee eemonths
months while bile employed as ntifity ntU y clerk clerkhi clerkj
In the t be Redding postpfllce postpfllceI
I He H made a confession today when whenI wh wharr htn htnarrested
I arrested arr at the instance inttan pt of PoatoSre PoatoSreInspector P PontOceInspector I
Inspector Inl tor Coyne one After rilling t1ftln a let letter 1etj 1etjttr letter
ter Reynolds would ould throw tbro It on top topof topof I Iof
of a high locker > r in the postoffice e used usedby ueedbv needby
by the mail carriers carri rs Eight hundred hundredopened tnnc1NdoPened hudredopened
opened oPened letters were found there on onWednesday onWednetM1a7 onWednesday
Wednesday by Assistant Pdtmaster PdtmasterfA Pdttmasterl Ptmasterid
fA S S Reynolds Re > olds who reported re the dim discovery dictnery dimctvery ¬
covery coveryReynolds ctneryRemolds ctveryReynolds
Reynolds said aid that be obtained obtai but butVV butand
VV i and the fear ar of detection MeIrelt MeIrelteel erettt erettti 1
i ed hint from attempting to cash the themoney t1J theiiioney
money orders he found foundHOSPITAL follDdHOSPITAL foundHOSPITAL I
follDdt t
HOSPITAL ATTENDANTS ATTENDANTSRELIEVED ATTENDANTSRELiEVED I IRELIEVED
RELIEVED FROM BLAME BLAMENew I INeYork
New NeYork York Feb 19 19The The in inqucsJ u t n nthe nthe i
the case of Adoiphus Drucker the theEnglish theEngIIIIII thenglih
English member of the parliament and andowner andowner andowner
owner of mines in British Columbia Columbiawho Columblnto Columbiawho
who to died on Dec 10 last was W S held to today today today ¬
day Druckers life was as Insured Insm ed for forover for9er forover
over fl6MMO 1 in the interest of the theHooleys tbeHooIey therrooiey
Hooleys of London and at the time of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his death complaint was 115 made by byJames b hJames
James Murphy and William Otto pa patiente patients patients
tients inthe the same ward that the man manhad 1
had been b en cruelly cMIIl treated by the nurses nursesat nursesat nursesat
at Bellevue BeUevuehoepital hospital After A hearing hearingtestimony be besretgtestimony ri I Ite
te testimony Coroner Jackson directed the thejury thejury I
jury to And that th Druckers Dru < kers death de tJ1 Was Wasd1M wasdue as asdue
due to causes ca eee unknown and asked that thatthe I Ithe Itbe
the hospital officials oftt ialB be relieved rom om omany I Iany
any blame Iameln hi the t case This was done d JuneCPHOLIcS e eC i iCATHOLICS I
CATHOLICS C JOINING IN TNCettinje INCetUnje INCetthtje1
Cettinje MontenegroT Konten iitontenegro Feb IS ItThe The
Albanian Catholics are Imstcui 1WIg Iwsteuiatrlarge 1 1large Ie
large e numbers to join their th i1 dtvthnit dtvthnitin dt 1f
in the fighting at Dlakova 1 provireei provireeiof prJVffoCP prJVffoCPof
of Ipek Albania against ShemelJ ShemelJPasha theUIth1V
Pasha V J
o 0 0t
t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4VPOTAT5O t + t + + +
+ VPOTAT5O I ISIOT OT AT SEOUL SEOULWa4in V tl 4 4Washington 3 3waaiingtonel +
+ Washington Wa4in waaiingtonel n Feb IS 1LLlntted OnHwl >
4 4 States tates Minister Alien Al1 n haa UA1ted1 cablrtl led Ifdtbe ledi
4 i the state department f treat treatundei row Seoul Seoutunder 4
+ under yesterday date tliat tlt t tnY = 4
4 4 company nY of f Korean soldier 8OI4t at4 to toaft tV4
4 4 taeied an electric electrictv carriage tnIh IXK bc bcIseging > +
4 + kngtag to an American elttie vlti Jun en A AWednesday
4 Wednesday injuring the operaVir o oAilllertcan 4 4s
+ American seamen seam quieted UN tk 1Ifs 1Ifst die dieturbance s 4 +
+ tarhaaee t f V + 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
v of V VYttv C fvIl < V tiot
hold in the Bunch Willow region r gear gearthe 4104rthe i
the International line I f fThe
V
V V VThe
The posse from Qlasgowthe GI GIt GlasgowVtbeV GlasgowVtbescat a aseat V
seat t Is headed by Sheriff Sheriffae ber1 < rILhk reJtk reJtkne k
ae aeaBd and that from Poplar PoPbFIt i Ii < r rof Jr e1ga e1gatleputy it itet
of Deputy Morgan The > pusen > y are arecomposed rB rBcomposed <
composed of pi plkfd < k rl men The < T4 Bjpla Bjplaparty >
party part was equipped by b the Indian Ind indlnof R ffifnt ffifntiof t tof
iof of the Fort Peck Pe < k aRenry aRenryThe af1pn af1pnTbe ageneyThe
The Jores Joo gang has ha terroiwd terro d viiPei viiPeiOunt V Vcounty Vteyeount7
county Ount for ten t n years an becoming beeomtn mt1 b beach biIder biIdereach r ra
each a b y year < rar Hor Horse e stealing tteallblJra raid raidsstock cltf on onstock 00fttOk
stock ranches burning ranch rallhand bttJIdigS bttJIdigSand b1IU4gaand
and highway robbery were thj t tl JT JToffenses Ifr IfrotTensca
offenses M18t s although althm gb murder mun1 ar ara aad aadhi < < H Hft
ft hi T are a also a i o laid at their door doortfe f ftlae lui4 lui4the
the posse overtake the desperado d ft ftte ItJa ftIs
te expected ted that a desperate de perate battle b wilt wiltNEGRO w dI dIewu f fN
ewu ewuNEGROBURNEDJO
NEGRO N NEGROBURNEDJO NEGROBURNEDJOV GRO BURNED TO TODEmiJIN TODEATH
V DEmiJIN DEATH ARKANSAS IN ARKANSASColored ARKANSAS1VsCharttWith
Colored GocnclMan Man Was 1VsCharttWith Chargttf ChargtdW1t1 WIth K6ar r rdarius
darius Iiri R Pla1 Qr audI r dJ ji 1rdb 1rdbi tdb tdbV
V i 1Vr weaked weakedUtile k V n nLime
4 + Little Bock Al Feb W 11Gkmee ILcaence
+ 4 Gtence Bays a negro negio was burned bumedat 4at 4 4at
> at the ffi stake today near Cnfcset crrlilteten + f
4 on the charge of murdering J D DStephens + f
4 Stephens of Ashley AphleSterhei1 4 4f
4 f Stephens < who ho was af a wealthy ealthyIanter 4 4planter f
+ planter had a few word with wttbBaYII 4 4Bays
+ Bays the negro later laterHurhtg laterHurhtgbol securing a 4 4shotgun
+ shotgun bol n and killing knli Stephens at atdo fttVclose 4 +
+ close range The negro negrom made his hiliescape hisescape +
4 escape Bloodhounds were e1 secured 1tCUre4and esiredand +
4 + and the negro trailed tralledte to hie fa fathers +
4 tIters house and he was found f foU foUhiding 1Sad 1SadItidin + 4hiding
+ hiding Itidin < in n a well He wa Wat4 as bound ooKnclto 4 4 4to
4 to a stake in his tethers yard y yBnnh 4 4Brush
4 + Brush was piled around him the t th 4 4orel +
+ torch orel h applied and the man slowly sJoW17burned +
4 burned to death dea tho 4i
4 + r
4 St Louis Feb 19 1tA A special fo tottj t 4 4S
S + the Republic from Cressette Ark Ant4says + V 1
4 4says says 4
4 I8Y8Y8 Bays Y8 maRe a full confession ooftfe lov just 4 4
4 4 after he was captured admitting admittingtbat 4 4that
4 that he had premeditated Wiling klUtncSt +
4 4 Stephen St pbentl He laughed when hen henallked 4
4 asked how he wanted to dl dia dle say a aift 4
4 lug < it made no difference to him +
4 as he knew full well elt his hi hour had hadarrhed hodarrhed + 4
+ arrhed The mob was extremely ntr mely melyquiet 4 4quiet
4 + quiet and an t was composed e4 of Ash Asbley + 4ley
4 ley county farmers both b lh > ailte 1tlteaDd + 4and
+ and Mack bIa k After Bays had a4 made madeb madehi +
+ b hi confession 8ton It was agreed al al almOtlt a +
4 most unanimously that he heburned be beV 4
V 4 burned to death at the stake stakeben +
4 When ben gJie he negro heard this de4 4e 4eelston +
4 4 clsion he showed no signs Idgnaotte of fear r rH 4
4 He H was as bound to a poet and brash Itrushand 4 + >
4 4 and sticks were plied about hint JdDIThe +
4 The pyre was as ignited and thene UtelIeero 4 +
4 gro slowly roasting Hiafnialaed matmalaeddeftanee 4 4
4 defiance until his head fell forv for torani +
4 ward ani in death His body was wasburn 4 4V
V + burned burn d to ashes i 1a 1CLEVELAND V 4 4CLEVELAND +
+ + + + + + + + + 4 4CLEVELAND + + + + + + +
a V V
CLEVELAND DOES NOT NOTCARE NQTCARE NOTV
V CARE WHAT BRYAN SAYS SAYSPrinceton SAYSt
t
I Princeton P ton X J 3 Feb W Wi VI dont dontcare dontare donteure
care any ny more mo about wht Bryan says saysthan ys ysthait 5 5tlta
than tlta the wind that Wows Im store stireVu H ItClotS Vu Vu1oes Hdoes
does not bother me any an Let J him talk talksaid taUtdII tatksaM
said Grover Cleveland end today when whenasked whenapkd
asked what bat he thought thO ught of Mr X MrItyitn MrItyitnremrki rB Bryans Bryansremarks ryan ryanIfI
remarks IfI in taking exception eX PUon to what whatCleveland wherland J
land said d recentlyUs l ntfThI an article in inthe 1ntile Inthe
the Saturday Evening Past V Vdeclined Oevelaiid Oevelaiiddeclined C1enlnddeclined
declined to comment omm ftt further V Varticle o OQ the thearticle thoatticle
article ayiag SaiBgtJdnk ayiagthink < i1i
1i think the article arti explains ecplaitMlt ecplaitMltI Itself Itselfand ttaWV ttaWnd V
and nd I have ve not anything anytb more JIIOftt to aajr aajrKbotlt sybrnt
Kbotlt t it It V V
V
JLA V i
i town of Terrace fifteen miles ies to t the theI tbenortb
t I nortb on the main m n line of tie Southern SouthernI SonhelDpaelftc
I Pacific was shaken as by an earth earthWftKe tarthfLU earthqft1te
WftKe fLU The telegraph tele raph station Uon at Colon Colonftpyflve Colonyfh ColonI
I ftpyflve yfh miles distant had evsry en r win winI rlnttbw In Injn
I ttbw jn w pane ane broken The explosion was wasa wast wasres
res > a tremendous that the first knowledge knowledgeof kn wied8e
t I of the dfsarter di after Instead of beuig be betngVeIed g re received reht
VeIed ceived ht by b Terrace T erracf < and Lucin operators operatorsrat opfIlatorsA
rat A at t these t points 1 reporting to Aeadquar Aeadquarter he
ter that t a calamity had occurred Ufre The ThetSgopte TbPof TheIopiu
tSgopte of Terrace TernI e looking south 8 Hh across acrossthe aerOllPltle
the old lake bottom sr v an immense immenseooud ImmenseJowi ImmenseL1oud
L1oud ooud Jowi of C white smoke ascend from Jack Jacks I In
s n Point olnt and spia4 out at a great greatheight greatIdgbt I
height ill it tltftd and then Barnes bur burz forth forthTUa 1
TUa information via was < giv given n to Lucfn Lucfnlineman Lucht I
t lineman 1 n was 8S started out from fromt I
t i t station on a handcar to inquire inquireI inquirelhto i il1ho
I I into the disaster and if pc pibk 1i < iblo repair repairthe rtpairtIa repairti
the ti dsn2g cbi tg to t th the telegraph line com comnfunkaUoR romJ1tunlcaUoa eommu
nfunkaUoR mu kUoii by wire ire ovvr the cutoff cutoffhaving cutotrhavlng cutoftV
V having been deftroyed He had not gon goni gonIr gonfar
i far when anengine an engine > and a oaboo wa waDiet as aswet a
wet t carrying tTtrg the dying and woundeJ woundeJfrote woundrifro t
frote fro one of the t 1f worst wor t disaster d f atlltr which whichiaa wbihey wVhielI
I iaa ever ey r occurred on the Southern outh n Pa Paclfic Pa44dc
I
clfic cJIe
S SV SNews
cJIeNews
V News Sept to Ogden OgdenWhen Ogdenhett Ogdent
t When hett this train rfiched Lucin at atafetmt a af at1aot
1aot 1aotV4 afetmt 1U V4 42i f p m Ogden time th the flrst flrstisti tirnjjt tlrtI
f I utle isti jjt news waswired w48 wirtd into Intothe the dl dlRerintendents dlI
I 5 r jsI superintendents olBee et inform informteg InformMr
teg Mr fr Scott se ott that tha1lna in A collision of ex extra extta ¬
tra train engine SIM 11C ea eastbound tbonnd und ant an1Ectra an antra
Ectra tra train tr l > engine 28 US S33 westbound at atJactowns att atikaens
t Jactowns ikaens 8 Point men n women omen and chil chil1drcn4iad ehildran hiJ hiJbeen
1drcn4iad dran 4ind been > bOWIJ 1own to to peevs pt many manypersons n1an n1anronll manypera
persons pera ronll ne had been beei Injured a telegraph telegraphFnfcation tetgraphfaion tetegraphtiion
Fnfcation tiion and eight eightea ars ra had hadbeer d been reduced redu
V
S SOBER 8R NATIONS ARESTAGNANT ARESTAGNANTI AR STAGNANT STAGNANTI
I V
Startling Theory Advanced by an Oregon OregpnDoGlor Doctor Who De Defended Defended DcV Dcfended ¬
V fended the th Use of Alcohol Befor B for the State StateBoard St StateV te teUoard
V Board of Health He81 tll
V
V j
fiOTtTLAND ORTLAXD Ore Feb F FOb1I l lof defense e ef V
pORTLIND r < of ° f alcohol by Dr HKaCchln HKaCchlnson Wntch1n Wntch1neiecreiy
0 son secretary ecft eiecreiy nY of f t tb e 9 sI board of ofhealth ofJae ofhasitli
health Jae lUI has created a acdSaition Ion in tern temnce terneznee j
1 perance eznee nce and other reform circles in ini inthIs
i thIs city cityi cIty44iesing t I
i dMessing twe18ing the th state conference of oftfutdties oft offhaiIties
V
tfutdties t s and corrections Dr Hutchin Hutchinso
so SQI i galdr galdrTwo eaidrrrwo f
Two elements Im n ts are renech6a necfSsary r In rare raret Tarothe >
V t oa the thenuririval 11 survival i al of the theIt fittest ftttMttotlifttk I Ile
le totlifttk otheV < tne eflmteation e baioaUon of the tbeThe thehe theV theof
The mjtoence m of alcohol on the theft t tift thee
ft V r e l ig boUt ancient t and profound T TO Twokhts o j I
khts kii g ita stand 4 out o t clearly about it it one 0fIeIt one14ht i
1E 14ht bat It is ftbeolutely 1 universal in every e everyLge rT rTge
Lge ge of the w and tn eter ery eryor jitae jitaef
9 or f civilization The other i j that races racesthrough
168 through certain definite 4 stages t of 0 0leactim j
reaction t to it First one is free of re Ieactjulf reaction j jaction
action and the prevalence att1Ke of drunken drunkenhess drtmkenneN drunlcenhers orl
hess After a time tln an equilibrium IUbrlWn is isObtained iafiJtalne41 isbpIne1
Obtained and the race r8 e becomes rela relaDENVER relaDENVER relaDENVER
DENVER ELECTION FRAUDS FRAUDSAVAshington FRAUDSOt
>
Ot t4Persenb vsnl 32Z5tt5d tI 1 Net NetV X r rAre
V
Are AreWflidh WfJlIIeI Ir Ir1YABhlngtoO V V VWshlngton
AVAshington F Jieb b If ILFoner Fomer Con Congreaeman Congreasinan
i ireS
greaeman reS ffl nJ John hn L Suafrolh of COle Colorado Cotorado COletado
rado who bo f signed ign d bin sat at because be aufe of ofelection oflcUfn ofelection
election frauds in Denver > r denies that thatthese thatthie thatthese
these frauds were er committed mainly mainlyby mainl mainlb mainlyhi
by b women In an interview today Mr MrShafroth Mrbafroth
Shafroth said saidOf V Vof I I
Of the persons implicated very efT few fewwere t fewwere W
f
were women not more than one in inten Inten Intell
ten at the outside The frauds were werecommitted werematinitted
committed In the lowest pert of Den Denver Denver Denver ¬ I
ver where not many man women live The Theincident TheInfd Theincident
incident Infd nt was not characteristic eharactf > ristlc of the thewomens themen thenomens
womens men V voting in Colorado and It is ispreposterous isptepoteesu
preposterous prl e tereue to make It an argument argumentagainst argumentAgaJAflt argumentagainst I
against female suffrage > Everybody Everybodyknows EyerybodYkhows Everybodyknows
knows there are bed women as well wellas wellj
as 5 Bad men but what would any good goodman goodluau
man think th if It were proposed to take takehis takehis takehis I
his vote o away from him because be < aUe a afew afew afew
few bad men somewhere had cheated cheatedat
I Ian
at an election In Colorado the wo woJneb von1Ea yo yomen
men Jneb vote as generally as the men and andfraud nc1fraud andfraud
fraud is much rarer among them As Asa Asa
a rule ml their election methods arefcon arefconorabte arefrmnorable
orabte and the influence of woman womansuffrage womaarage womansuffrage
suffrage < rage oh on the state has b s been distinct distinctly diS1nctIy ¬
ly for good goodHQBART goodHQBART
4 4BIRD
HQBART BIRD BIRDDID DID NOT NOTSERVE NOTSERVE NOTSERVE
SERVE HIS SENTENCE SENTENCENerr
Nerr ei York Feb Feb1iTn IS 11In In a dispatch dl patch to tothe tothe
the Associated ited Press Pre efrom from San Juai JuaiTofto Juaeto Juaijag >
Tofto jag to Rico flj under date of Oct 25 2 1SW 1SWthe 1JUtJlef 11S3thefact I
the tJlef thefact fact ct was announced anno nfel that Hobart S SBird S1rd
Bird 1rd editor ed Itor of the San Juan News Nf had hadbeen haubet4
been bet4sentenced I sentenced Mnte1 < ed to two months in Jail Jailfor jaflfor jailfor I
for libeling 1U > Judge Panics and had be begun begun ¬
gun to serve his sentence > Mr r Bird Birdmade Birflmade Hij4made
made an appeal for a writ It of habeas htfbeascorpup habeascorpup
corpup before the supreme court whlcU whlcUwas whiejiwas hlc l lwas
was granted on the day following hs hisarreet hsArrCft hsarrest
arrest and he > was released rel a ed from arrest arreetby arrestby
by order of the court This fact was wasnot wasnot as asnot
not recited in the t subsequent daspatf dispatches dispatchesand hes hesaJldld
and aJldld lit justice to Mr Ir Bird this state statement st statemeat te tem8l1t ¬
meat should have been made madeEMPRESS madfC madfEMPRESS madeEMPRESS
C
EMPRESS DOWAGER DOWAGERIS DOWAGERREPORTED
IS REPORTED REP ORTED DEAD DEADLondon DEADLondon DEADLondon
V
London Feb 19 19A A special difpatch difpatchfrom dirpatchfrom
from Canton says it is reported in ofll ofllciai offtI oftidat I
ciai I circles there the thet the dowager eel einvpress eJ11pre eelpre
press pre e of China Is dead deadTlie deadTIle deadV
V TIle Chinese legation Ion here has bullea1Cl beard lieardnothing beardtothng
lroth nothing of the reported death of the thedowager tbedow thedOWge
dowager dow cer empress and discredits 4l lu lueither IteiCanton ILeiCanton
eiCanton either Canton nor Hong Kong are arereliable arereJl arereIIftbe
= reliable 1esoutCE Sources Vource of news
01 v vvvvvvvWv IVY V
to t s sOllatersZand spUater wnd ib tbn n consumed cons ned in the thefiaraes theftaJ theflames
flames ft ucttft and n Q tii H engines gin defbj de detllshed > lished one oneside on onot
ot 01 t the e eu being stripped Jt ped of cab cabSide cabside
side rods ajig everything erythfn movable ptoableS movableSoena movableSqenie
Sqenie S at the W Wreckwlete Wreck WreckWnVre eck eckWJifte
WnVre thspk ut pploffton > on occurred there therwas th thwas therewan
was a hoWprown 1 f blown wn into t the ground groundlarge srom14to roun rounlarge
large as3t nGQJM to burst A train Five Fivehundred FhelHtod114 Fivehtindred
hundred Mnfe PI of track were displaced displacedand dS displacedand pl8eeda
and a three Mutes of telegraph t ptL poles polesblown polesblown
blown firiMtp9h eirh4 dead were scattered scatteredfor
for tamdMMpidf hued Df ieet 1 drU M fj all directions directionsand d1acticJnsotth directionsand
and a ii3a y of otth the vistlms lid had their theirafc theirclothes
cloth s1J1i lain > afc 3ff 1r V One Qi Greek was wasfound wasfound 8 8toaad
found hea bem4La jpa tiM ttfid1be the children of ofSection ofSection
Section Se FOBBRm 1 BwHe Dur had the thIr r anasami armami arm <
ami Ieg6 I Ieg tolnpIC A A fRln 1ft1 inbiter r was pulled pulledout P pulledout ulIec1 ulIec1out
out ofp of htrning fsa6rWns g debris de his lower lowerlimbs lowerlimbs
limbs oa OIL oi 1Mb The injured h were coy covered CO COtr coyered ¬
ered with peed H4 and one heroic little littlewotnah IIttlwot littlewomh
wot wotnah ah J JtcIt h fc liMe scarred 8C with deep deepgashes deepu leepgashes
gashes thag u thaboured ottred ed ont a stream of ofbtood ofble ofbleed
bleed MnintMhil wnffidfn1 of her own injuries injurieshelped inJulteebelped injurieshelped
helped gatMf up the dead and dy dyln d di dowiq dyin
ln i 4
tfo owiq ins Sight SiglitA
A 1 wit witness mesS to the scene e of destruction destructionpaid UcUoh UcUohaidhe
paid aidhe ad he weJte waJJcei out t to wherethe where 1Ient the ch chdren ehQ ehQdren cliiidrrn
dren were wereo as Xed ed d fat deta and threw tlirewa
a few f g go rnjfni8 quer qvet er theta A few f w feet feetaway feeta feetiV5
away a iV5 was ttt the > mother and just beyond beyondthe JJO beyondlb d dthE
the father fatberib4 Va1rtd His hisbrOt hisbrotheta Brother a whole wholefamily whoJfamily wholefamily
family wiped out outOf outOf OutOf
Of fortyE fort fort7 persons at Jaekeons Jaekeonspoint Jaekeonspotu JaekEonSpoint
point t whence whenhe st collision IJOI ton occurred and andth Mdthe andthe
th the carloaC oor1 i ht dynamite d lt exploded on only only onIy ¬
ly nine escaped without wqunds and andnve d4ft
ft nve of if tji thern fortunate t f rlunate umt were e members mtm rs of ofbout 0a ofa
a treighf claw pulling ul1 Intq Int tile StaQo StaQoabout sntion sntionabout
about a R onsawr of ora a mite J tle ay ayJ
J
tlvely tin sober soIterT The Th nations ons of Southern SouthernEurope SouthernEtllOPt SouthernEurope
Europe the the9reeks reeks the Spaniards and andtne andtRe andthe
the Italians ltaUanfor for example through lt con continued continued eontinned ¬
tinued con COMUmption umption of akrohaV Alco hav havgradually ba bagradaatly have haveM4ain
gradually aAained U e4 d a level of camper eemparative ecamptlrathe camperalive
alive sobriety obd t Today those races raceswhielt raceswhleh raceswhich
which In the van of n > r rogress grees and are arethe arethe arethe
the dominant dO 1It factors rae fa i t the worlds worldswork worldsworkthe r1ds r1dsw
work w workthe rkthe the 4merfcan the En E Hsh in including IntIU i ieluding ¬
eluding tIU < the Irish and the t Scotch S b and andthe andthe andthe
the North Germanare re those e in whom whomdrunkenness whomdruukenni bOO bOOdrunkerms
drunkenness is most ino t rampant rampantThose rIdn V VThese i
Those hQM zen which W bjc are contributing contrlbutiaglittle OOIttrlbu liD liDlittle
little to th tk advance ada of the work tt the themodtm themodem e emodern
modern Greeks G the South Sj Kalians It1atSVand It1atSVandthe and andthe andtbfo
the Spa SJJftfttar SpnnInxde hkrd a aie pjraetfeally 1M tJelIY sober soberwhile sberwhile ibe r rhile
while hile those tbo which w are IV5oktteIVf IV5oktteIVfnnttht jtaBohUely t ly lyft8ntth gtep gtepnant
nant ft8ntth nnttht the TAra Arab s the J Ondoes oe Mitt 4 the theChinese t tChinese theChinese
Chinese are < re erttirttrso Jltlre AJeeh Aleoholfam l is isttmi i ian isthen
then an Inflex t ± of meMl l fmtabilHy fit and andit andlie
it lie chief Iet action is i that of eliminator J of ofth oft ofUi
th t unfit unfitMost ufl t tJl0Itt V
Most of the t theories advanced advaftC by byDr byDr1Iutc1atQEoD Dr DrHutcMqeoa Drgutchtnson
HutcMqeoa < iaet net t with emphatic empha disap disapproval cnsapprova disapprovat ¬
proval of his helrere helrereLOVESpEER el1el1 el1el1LOVEj V VLOVESQUEER
LOVESpEER LOVEj QUE R ANTICS ANTICSChicago ANtICSt1lP ANTICSkeitponb1organ
keitponb1organ t1lP p orgnn Marmon MarmonV iiDB iiDBT
V V T paties d e Girl GirlhicalfO V VV
V Chicago Fete ieebVV4LCoore UGjw It G erge e D Morgan Morgannephew MO MODtphew Moegallnephew
nephew of ofJPIetppnt ofJ J Pterpont Morgan and an IllS MMJapanese IllSJapanMle Illsiapaneae
Japanese bride bil i have arrived at Chi Chicago Chlea Cliicago ¬
cago ea on their way kay to New York Mrs MrsMorgan MrsMorgan Irs IrsMorgan
Morgan cannot speak English EngU ll bit bitthrough b bthrou bUt bUtthrough
through throu h thft t th medium of her Husband HusbandIt
It was learned that she likes America Americafrom Amentafrom Americafront
from the viewpoint of a tourist but is isnot isnot isnot
not quite sure that she could wd ever er rec reconcile recondle teeoncile ¬
oncile herself to the American 4meri style of ofdress o odress of ofdress
dress for women She says she s would wouldlook wouldlook ould ouldlook
look strange stra leln in an American A l costume costumeowing co tumeowing costumeOwing
owing toher small stature tatuNJIr Mrs Mar Morgan iorgan Margas ¬
gan was w wa Mtse Yuki KatO of f Kioto Sins Sinsvs S1MWl ShenVs
vs Wl 8 married m riedi to Jfr Morgan on Jan JulMi 29 29Mr 2tr
Mr r Morgajh Ior said ther the theylvllJ > lil UlrPfllde reside in inNe inNe InNeW
Ne NeW York JIis His father i i George Dal Daiton Dalton Dalton
ton Morgan a financier financierBOLO financierBOLO
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BOLO RUSH OP OF5JJO OF5JJOV 500 500FANATlGSlIN 5tOOFANATICSlIN
V FANATlGSlIN SAMAR SAMARiLieutenant SAMARLieutenant SAMARLieutenant
Lieutenant Macrae and Six Privates Privatesof PrivateS PrivateSof
of the theCnI1StabU1ary ConstabuJary Put Putto Putto v vto
to DeatljV Deatli DeatlillanUa
4 4 Manila Feb 1 19 ILLieutenant Lieutenant LltutenantM 4 4wry 4Macta
+ M Macta eraand v4 Ix prit of the thecoostalmtary theconsthbuiary +
+ coostalmtary wry have been killed by ItJra 4
4 4 a bolo rush of 200 O fanatics fanatlCJIh fanatlCJIhpatrolJin while 4 4
4 patrolling the east coast of the UteIsland 4 44Jsland 4 4lsland
Island + lsland of Samar amar Privalfe Prh Sate Sa Samon 4
4 4 mon of the tbeVULh Fourth ULh lb cavalry eavalry5t eavalry5ttloned sta 9 +
4 tioned at Jolo Job has also been n killed killedby killedby 4
+ by boiomen bolomenWANTE V 4 4WANTED
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4V 4WANTED + + + + +
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FOR CRIME OF MURDER MURDERSpokane MURDERSpo MURDERSpokane
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Spokane Spo Wish b F Peb9 PebiLMrs b M Mrs In Fltta Flttawanted Flkhwanted Fitchwanted
wanted in luD IuD Dohver bver to answer the charge chargeof
of murder iut haibeen ban been Arrested rr ttf by the lo local 10eal local ¬
cal police oft of a telegraphic tel rol pl e description descriptionof
of the Danger D Dwr police The woman Is Issupposed Is Issupposed 8 8supJOMCJ
supposed to be wanted tfd for coimectlon coimectlonwith coameettwltb conneethmwith
with a ctintnal opei opeJilln ttion upon a ayoung aYOQn ayoung
young woiua 1f She I is expected pec to re return ft fttWD return ¬
turn withM wItbQeatrd1tp I e tradltlDfl tdItpen papere It is isbelieved isbeJieve isbeicved
believed t 4 wofcftair arrlied here a aweek IiWEtk aweek
week agb bVV1i MW oiptwe ii0d an office adver advertising ad adierthing er erti ¬
thing ti lng herim to toV V be beVfort a r Vfort fortune teller tellerTVhil tellers Iler IlerWbilE
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POLICE IN WITH WITHTHE WITHTHE WIIHTHEGMBLRS
THE THEGMBLRS THEGMBLRSRiot GAMBLERS GAMBLERSRiot
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Riot at Madison V Across t ross the theRiver iheRiverFom theV
V River RiverFom f From St t t Louts LoutsSlk Ll Loqisii 1s 1sSI
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i close a pool room that has fort forxalong for fortlong a aI
long I time operated in the out outskirts O8teklrts outskirts ¬
skirts of Madison ilL across the river riverfrom r1v theefrom r rfrom
from St Louip three constables nag augmented aqamented nagmeshed ¬
mented by a posse e of citisens and bear bearIng bearlnr bearIng
Ing warrants fot the afcrtst t of six ISIxconl1etec1 pica picaconnected m a aconnected
connected with the pool room preci precipitated p precipitated i ipitated ¬
pitated a riot late today which re resulted resuited ¬ I IsUlEd
suited in the shooting of six men due dn dnor dueof < hi9of
of whom may die dieThe dieThe I IThe
The Wounded WoundedLee W01mdeclLee
Lee Harlan druggist probably mor mortally mortaU mortally ¬
tally taU I IWWliam
tallyWilliam William Schooley Scho ley posseman an shot in inleg inleg I Ilee
leg legEdward
Edward Harris spectator not V Vrlously se sertoualy zerioU8t
rtoualy rtoualyEdward rioU8t rioU8tEdward rlouslyEdward
Edward Downs seriously seriouslyTwo serlQ1l8lyTwo SeriQuslyTwo
Two unknown not seriously seriouslyWarrants erioualSWarrants V VWarrants
Warrants had been 1eeuIWQm V sworn out be before bffore before ¬
fore a Justice of the t peace pceVof of Granite GraniteCity Graniteeity GraniteCity
City adjoining Madison on and placed in inthe inthe Inthe
the hands of Constable John C Glass Glassand GlassaDd Glassand
and two other constables co stables for the ar arrest I1rreet arrest ¬
rest of WhitfteW Brooks and Eugene EugeneWall EugeneWall EugeneWall
Wall o 01 Granite City and Thomas R Rley HI HIy HiIcy
Icy y Charles Greenfield Thomas ManI Man Manley anley
I ley and Martin tartlnJone8 Jones of t St L l Louis IouilCcharging LouisI uis uischarging
I charging them with being connected connectedwith comicctedwlth connectedwith
with the pool room roomPoliee roomPoli roomPollee
Poliee Poli Were maid IiurtdtThe eThP maidThe
The three constables appeared a at the thepool thepool thepool
pool room to serve the warrants arrant Twp Twppolicemen TwppoIhemen Tw Twpolicemen
policemen were within and declared declaredthey dEClar dEClartbEy declaredthey
they had arrested the operators c erators of the thepool thepOol thepool
pool roon And were guarding hem Bet Betting Betting Bethag ¬
ting was going on as usual at the thetime thettlftt thetime
time timeThe
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The constables were ordered orde to leave leavethe Ifavethe leavethe
the premises premi es which hleh they did after con considerable conidetaWe considerable ¬
siderable argument Proceeding Proceedingthrough Proceedingthrough
through the neighborhood for the next nexthalf nextbalf nexthalf
half hour the constables organized a aposse apo8H apoese
I posse of armed anntdelti citizens numbering numberingabout numberingabout I
about fifty tty persons Jer on The constables constablesand
and posse then returned to the pool poolroom poolcount I Iroom
room and entered enteredShots enteredShots entered5hota
Shots Fired FiredThey FiredThf FiredThey
They Thf were 1e at once O e ordered out and andthe andthe andthe
the doors were ere ordered lockd The Theposse TheORe Theposse
posse demurred and words od followed followedOne fon fonOne folloce4One <
One poaseman it is stated pointed a ashotgun a8hotgun ashotgun
shotgun at Polteemaft Pol McCambridge McCambridgewho Mccambridgewho
who bo flred a revolver pointed at the cell ceiling cellFiring cellng ¬
ing ng Firing then lirjime bene general ene ral The Thepoliceman Thepoliceman Thepoliceman
policeman was badly beaten The Thecrowd Thecrowd Thecrowd
crowd in fh t1H pool room scattered eatte hut hurriedly hurj hurjtiedly ¬ V Vriedly
riedly many fleeing e lntr into a waiting waitfagIllinois waitJ waitingWinnie g
Illinois Central Centraltraln train until it became becamepacked bec beeaEiepacked ne nepacked I
packed When ben the tb fusillade was over orerthe OTerthe overthe
the constables and pwese had badsiOA posses possession peosenshin ¬
shin The bookmakers however hop er to tonight to tonight ¬ 1 1nl
night nl ht asserted that the tMpooI pool room will willbe wUlbe willbe
be open as usual tomorrow t Although Althoughtlie utoutthe
the pool room men are Q now construc constructively conankthly eoOrUttively ¬
tively under > r arrest the police polleeay say they theywBl tb tbwm theyln
wBl ln not permit the citizens ili o to inter interfete Intrftoft interfore
fete Four po potIMmeD men were arrested to tomifjht toDalgfd toalit
alit charged with rioting riotingBelgian rtotiJ1 rtotiJ1r riotthgV
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I > V AStDREi AsVHDauA UlFO OL OLBelgian G GBelgian
Belgian Steamer StamerHu Has a Harrow Bs Bscape Escape s sS
S cape Trow Destruction DestructionLondon DeIItruetionLondon DeatretIonLondon
London Feb 19 19The The Belgian stea steamer steamet steamet ¬
met Pbillippeville which left Antwerp AntwerpyesCerday jIntw jIntwI ntwtp ntwtpyeserdy
yesCerday es < erda for the Congo with 100 pas passengers pallRugen ¬
I mergers on board went tont ashore Sbo iff iffDungenness > ff ffDungcnness ffungCnneE8
Dungcnness > ungCnneE8 Kent in a fog today todayI lo tobyLife k kLife
Life boa boats ts and tv tug are aein in attniane Vattn1zneupon attnianeupon
upon her She was tfubsequejitiv fl Iba Ibaed fiaed a aed
I ed and proceeded f fw > r her a Jeet tiniiri tiniirij wn ir irThe
j I The British 1 steamer > er Lake Mihigui Mihiguifrom Mihigaafrom n1liga1f101J1
from St John N B IL aBdHalifx aBd Halifx for forj or orLondon r ri
j i London has bas been in collision and is V Vchored n nchored
I chored near Dungennestt ivaiiin ivaiiintug waiillot waiillotti vaitin vaitintigs
tug ti She is seriously serl u l damageI am unj unjt anJI d dshtQs
I shtQs Her engine < room on and rlok > hM hMbecame hImO h1e h1ebecame
t became mO full of water tt 4ie > r captail fig signalled figRan g gL
L nalled Ran that the water was at gairins on onthe onI onthe
the cargo and the steamer vs wsached w vsbeached a abeached
I beached in a sinking sinkin condition conditionTh ronditionThf conditionThe
Th The vessel with ith v hloh Iho th I Julie LaiuIMicblgan JulieMichigan ak akMichigan
Michigan collided was the British baik baikMatterhorn ba baieMatterhorn k kattt
IMicblgan Matterhorn attt > roorn from rom San Francisco ra Yn i ei IL ILIt > t tIS t tIi
IS for Antwerp She has ha passed > ed Dover Doverin
in tow with her headgear soiie gQf and andher andher H1dI
I her bows damaged damagedMONTANA damagedi
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i I MONTANA MURDERER MURDERERj MURDERERCAUGHT
j CAUGHT IN DAKOTA DAKOTAI
1 I I Butte Mont Feb 19 lGeor iLGeorge George e Vajga Vajgaihaa YaJsba VajgaI
I liLa been arrested at Laramie North NorthDakota NoltbDakota NorthI
Dakota on the charge ef f murdering murderinganother mUrdermgotber murdeilpganother
I another otber Slavonian name unknown unknownvhos unknownbote unknownivhove
vhos bote body bod was found near Stockett Stocketti
i I in the northern part of this state yes yesterday y yesterday
j terday terda The dead mans pockets p kets had badi I II
i I been turned 1 inside out When btn the two twoImen twomen j jmen
Imen men were seen tofether toetber at 8 Sand nd Coo Coulee Coolee ¬ I IIlee
Ilee lee a few fe days da ago ag th victim had hadSI hadI halsieeo
I 1188 SI MO in in hi bit possession The unknown unknownman unknownman I
man and Vajga ajga left S Saud nd i Coulee to together tnsetlltr together ¬
t gether a few fe days ago There were five fivebullet fhebuUEt fivebullet
bullet holes bol in the body bod
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9 f of the Fifth Jo itJ1 Ohio district dit rkt nomin nominated nominated 4 +
+ ated W W W Campbell of Napoleon Napoleoni 4 4for
i + for representative and by a vote ate ateof 4 4I +
9 I of 32 to 2C 5 decided not to instruct inatructI 4 4j 4 4I
j I 4 its delegates to vote ote for ft President 4 4 4Roosevelt
+ Roosevelt at the national n ti nal conven conyent1on 4 4tton
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GENERAL IfflXUP MIXUPSEEMS WUXUPSEEMS IfflXUPSEEMS
SEEMS LIKELYEnglandand LIKELYEngland LIKELY LIKELYEngland
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England Englandand and andFrance Franca Trying to toBuy toBuyGhtlean toBuyVChllean
Buy BuyGhtlean Ghllean Warships Warshipsi WarshipsARMIES WarshipsARMIES
i i iARMIES
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I ew ISpft Jfek 19 Both > Englaoi n nadJh I Iand tQIII
and adJh AneMft are trying to buy buyor fo f01Rfi r rr
Rfi or r akflea warships says 75 a He Heaid HEalcI Hrid
aid id ttsoftttcfc from Valparaiso TU TUIBttgiitfh T TejIkbV I I1Iia
IBttgiitfh ejIkbV b the hetMr betone one Ir Iralso I Iaba Ialso
also ruajsstfsA nla that Xhtglaad igI has mv mva n1 n na a ato < =
a a propeval opseii to to buy all the Chilra Chilraao Chira Chrittuadran
ao ittuadran iadi a V ozeapting ptflg three Free Frenl Frenlbuilt Fr n nbUILt a ahum
built ships fpLTodeftIJ shipsToklo
shfpiFhb
Toklo TodeftIJ Ib 18 l 19Cap4J captaiaKurka Captain Xurkam XurkamoeniBMUMter lurks tn tna1DllillMr njcamnidr
oeniBMUMter of the thT Japanese armor armorship armor11dp a i nto ntokfp
ship kfp qhfyoda today toda presented presentedeatperor PreeDtldpuor preaeateemperor
emperor puor with the shottorn sbott flag flagthe 1Ia 1Iat fia1the
the t Bussiaa a cruisers Tariag and K Kri Jrlets 1 1riets <
ri rlets t which whi were sunk at Chemulpo Chemulpoon C Cbemu Cbemuon emulpt emulptJr
on Seb Jr 9 rke he emperor was mvu mvuaffected mucdectX iruaffected
affected dectX Sa congratulated Xurkan Xurkanand Xurkanan lurkant4 <
and an t4 mads mad him the ua hearer of an a anfeotionate n a afsctioBate af4cd0
fsctioBate f4cd0 ate measage age to th the officers anl anlI a athe 111 111of
I MS of the fleet fleetI lestLondon Nt NtLcm
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I London Feb 90Lu 0 An American Americansquadron AmerinEiJq1lAdrea Amer AmerMuodron
squadron is expected here tei teigraphs ttlpa t tgra
graphs pa UI the CIte Voo corresponded conud eorrcapoudethe n nt1ae f fthe
the M Morn mt g Post PoR1tDder under date te of of1C 1 I IiF > <
1C 1 a ud anditi5portMtIattheAn anditi5portMtIattheAnIean d it is isaportecl reported that the Am Amloans Amtieans
loans intend to land aad a force of oflines 0 ofmeg f frlnEMJ >
lines There are rumors of poss posstrouble h htrouble r rtrouble > <
trouble with Germany which clainj clainjexclusive clain clainexclu t a aexclusive
exclusive ty rights in Shan Tang p pineeCkfiNu pJ pJmoo pmoo
ineeCkfiNu moo OJdM Okla Oaly 0tII ly three Russu Russuwawskipa Russiat Ruswrskipm
wawskipa at Pert set Arthur remain remaiztact n ntaet h htact
tact tactI i iI IL
I ONDOX Feb i 20 2Ocoplet CosapIett < t tnation tL c cjJa
L L nation jJa in war news ae leal lealnewaa I ead ead1M Ca I Inowwets
newaa 1M nowwets Jb ers this morafe i g t Tcuss I Icuss i icuss
cuss the jssttUtal aspect of ho hogte hfIe h htie >
tie Ie in the far east as ft IF i lik likaffect Jita1lect l laffect
affect Great Britain Nor No gr at a t in intance j I Itnee I j jtance
tance is attached cbed to the st a < < rirs rip i ilimbed j i iHshed
limbed in Paris and etsewh e18ewbe e18ewbecbntlnent eimewhcbntinent re recontinent <
continent of alleged intrigi s i ito 1to I Iti
to the coalition < OaJlUol of Russia F Fan FanGermany ar arGermany ii iiGermany <
Germany the belief < being beingto ihar iharto 1 ha hato
to the Interest of an the thetake thetake m mtake
take st stps t > ps to localise the STU ru ruAt ug ugAt I IAt
At the same time it is Isthat e < OK OKthat Ogthat
that in all three of these tb rou routhere lO lOthere tijthere
there is a strong feeling > ag1ssr ag1ssrBritain Rldl ag < t tBritain
Britain on onVacieune actaunt of her h r ail aiim aiimJapn a ui uiJapan u uJapan >
Japan and as a Germany l rmany a Hl I I F FJoined Fjobfd I Ijol
Joined jol with Russia in 18 1 5 jin jinpan lil1pan 31 31pan
pan it woukl oulll be natural nHt ir i ito I Ito Ito
to seek It similar assistance as ista i i IT ITent v veat P r rat
eat at difficulties thcultier The ar arii argu m aim is isfore jfore I Ifore
fore made that it behooves behoovesatato < 1 1de i idato >
atato de to W prepared d ipr J r a aresults d i it
results t News ews cf toe t be abotJ1l aboli abdiRulan u uRussian 1
Russian cehstnship has not no > t tUK tthe r rthe >
the English newspapers J1 z npapens npapenshmea aper aperBaglishaten I IEnglishmen
Englishmen hmea in Daneer JaugerRussian DSUL DaneerRussian Cl ClRussian
Russian dispatches di rJ8tcb8 to th i ipress Li LipM I IpreM >
press record the t be rapid gsovth gsovthylophobic gays h hglophobic I Iophobic >
ylophobic feeling Accordit A Iig g giCIer t tKiev 1Kie <
Kiev Kie correspondent of the themany Stir Stirmany t tmaDY
many KnsUsn boys have 1 J Idrawn > pn pndrawn pndra
drawn dra n from f ian Hu school own ownthe In n nthe j jtbe
the annoyances oes and In insults ulu to tothey totile t tthey
they tile are splft jecied cted ed and th thdence o odence fdence
dence in Inthe the restaurants rHtau nts = n npublic nd ndpublic nt ntpublic <
public resorts 8 that the i IBritish it itBritish ItBrltillb
British residents I in Kiev lOe wot wotdangerous n ndangerous 0 0dangel088
dangerous should Great B ton toncome tl t tcome i icome
come involved in the R1L Russ Jap Japle J 1 1Thin a aor
le leTien or Tien Thin correspond nr nrpally n l lan
pally Mafi a supplies a new newOto > cr t te i
Oto e Thinslsa cruiser Boyarin obt obtfrom 01JIfrom h holn
from oln an Seer who survived th tho thome t h hlog i ilac
log up upottke of the Russian torpedo torpedoport t rpdoport torpIport
port Yenisei T This officer says sa saLw ti tithe t ttIe
the day tallowing the Yeni is istiophe i itiopbe i itJophe
tiophe Feto e 12 1 a violent ate tolO n hri hrimany Or Ormany lv lvmany
many nnnes to the surface f 1 tit titter t tter j jtet ¬
ter at t Port Arthur The BoyariJi BoyariJiseat BorarSeat B a t tfient
seat to assist at t in securing securmchfI securmchfIte hun hunshe hi hinbc
she te was caught in the aor 21 Oll1 Oll1driven t tdriven in indriven
driven on the rocks and was waOIeIi PUT PUTOfficial 11 11OGieial
Official Denials Eaqplained EaqplainedIf Bxp1a med inedIf medIf
If this tM aeeount is correct t t tthe exi exithe f X Xthe >
the Russian official denial thr thrBoyarin t th thBoyarin h d dBoyarln
Boyarin was wa torpedoed by the th thnese J Jne 1 1nese
nese e or that she ht was blow i I uj ujresult upreault u uresult >
result of accidental contu conut conut1IR8ian t tHuaslan v vRussian
Russian mine at Port Art ArCu ArCuTbe in inThe i iThe
The Shanghai correspond u uDaily 1 t tDaily tDaily
Daily Express asserted tha thainterview theInterview J JInterview >
interview will the Japane JapanenShanghai < r rShanghai n nshanghai
Shanghai the eaptaln ptaln of ti tlpnboat tigunboat u i igunboat
gunboat Mand Mancqur ur consented consentedhis con coneentedhis nte4 nte4bi
his bi vessel and to keep it in InOf hiof > i iof <
of Shanghai bal until tn the cur COI11ao ui uihostilities ti tibosUUties >
hostilities 1ao This statement statementis h his iiIs >
is not yet confirmed by oU r rhal rhal i ihai
hal dispatches dispatchesThe dia atchesThe
The correspondent at Set e J JDRtb I IDaily IDaily
Daily Mall reports that t 15 1 150 150ire r rare i iare >
are crossing the Talu Yam river rivernear I it < K KBear h1Iel
Bear V1Ju iju and that tMthaveal Cosw Co k khavealready khavalready >
havealready haveal y advanced d anced into K Kfar Ktar Kfar >
far as Anju AnjuaWe Anjuablp AnjutabIe
tabIe aWe dispatches from 8h Sbelate ig igdare 191 191clare
dare that General eral Ma who ri riing I Iing i ijug
ing the borders of Pe Chi I Iwires pro rro1wires prowires
wires that it is i becoming nly Hl Hldlmcult i idillicult i idlfAcult
dlfAcult to prevent prev nt the Chi Chiat thiat s sat
at Hsinmintun n province provinceKfng of ofKing ofinc
King from rQossing the LJ LJaDd LIand I Iand
and engaging the Russian RUNlaoI 4Ti 4Tiin
in guarding the railroad ne r Mi MiWAR I IWAi 1 1WAIt
WAR THE ONLY TOPIC TOPICBTerythin TOPICByerythin TOPICBverythtng
BTerythin < SsTitas ElaeRashesn Ben Cast Castin castin t A Ain
in Russia RussiaSt
St Petersburg F Fb b btomorrow JI 19tomorrow Ifl Ifltomorrow
tomorrow the itiinif days daysweek cia ciaeek dayweek
week eek will be obwvrd Obl < > rypd praj pl8l an anby 1 I Iby O OI
by aeeeamtlon a eseaatO on of k T Tlittle p pIIrUe rlittle
I little IIrUe rejoicing Suh So uh it a ft ftIs c cIs vt vtis
is not remembered rtmem bfrf > d ben inenno I I benI her herno
no festivities fe tlvitits and a lid n ra J J i ithe I Ithe I Ithe
I the island Ins IntP n nabout ta ij < 101 < K Kabout ow owabout
about the bands ban ls < playine pI3 ifjl n nor I Ior I Ior
or following the t he trofrs tr t a i ithe rri rrithe n ntile
the front frontNone frontNone t tNone
None of tho th reports rep reprenewed frni rH nr nrrenewed nrrenewed
renewed Japn 3apnfIe se anak5 anak5thur Ut I h Po Pothur I ° j jthur
thur has yet neen eit ofli oftkia1 < iai iaialthough i ialthough 1 1prhte
although private odin odinretch s ti tireach tireaelJ
reach here of 1 an atump U Uhich J Jhleb r rthich
thich was re rf repulsed repulsedwill > pulsed pulsedWiU pulsedWill
Will Not Participa ParticipaA
A An official ronflrmaiiosi onfinnati n no noHossiaa l1n l1nRu I IRussias
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