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j SALT LAKE Ii CITY UTAH UT MONDAY rQ 1 YlLJRGH MAUGH 21 1904 I It gets results I
BARK LADY CAIRNS GOES GOESDOWN
DOWN WITH ALL ON BOARDCollided BOARD BOARDCollided BOARDCollided
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Collided With German Vessel off Dublin Uu HHn fia Bay Baytlatter BayLatter J JLatter
Latter Badly BadlyDamaged BadlyDamagedTwenty Damaged Damagedi Dam ged gedT
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4 Twenty Twentyitw > tw wb Lives Lost Loststeamship Steamship New York Nearly Sinks Sin SinksS s sTro a aTroopship
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Troopship Tro pship in English Channel
Mach 20 OThe The German Germanbark Germanbark Germanbark
DUBLIN D bark Mona one collided with Jth the Eng English EnglIMh Pngflsli ¬
lish bark Lady Cairns oft Dublin Dublina
5 > ay a this thl morning The Lady Cairns Cairnssank CalrnlJIank Cairuesank
sank in a few minutes Her crew of oftw ortWfntytwo ettwentytwo
tw tWfntytwo ntytwo wan vdrowned The Mona Monawhich lIonawhich Monawhich
which wa was JllUchdama8ed much damaged was wa as assisted assistedInfo aulaled2nto assLedIItn
Info IItn Dublin harbor harborThe harborrhe barborThe
The Lady JAd Cairns was a threemasted threemastedship threemaMtedhip
ship hip of lClf 111 tons She was command commandrd
rd 41 by h Captain Jj J Evans and was a bound boundfrom boundfrom boundfrom
from Liverpool for Timur New Zea Zealand Zealend ¬ I I1md
land The Lady Cairns was w built in inJtHfast InJtf1fa htTfaM
JtHfast Jtf1fa t in 18M and was wa owned by b L LTuUiKh LTlllhwh LTLIIItHh
TuUiKh of Swansea SwanseaThe SWBn1HtlLTht SwanaThc
The Mona I na was commanded by b Cap
tiln ta tam In SchwartlnK and was last reported reporteda
a at i Adresaan AdresaanHORROR Adre AdresanE0RaoB an anHORROR
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HORROR NARROWLY AVERTED AVERTEDSteamship A AVERTEDSteamship VERrEDSteamship
Steamship New York Yorkcrashes Crashes Into a aTroopship nTroopship aTroopship
Troopship TroopshipSouthampton Troopshiputba Troopshipou1hampton
Southampton utba 1pton March anh 20 OThe The Amen American Amerlrail Amenrali ¬
can line steamship New X W York Captah CaptainYoung Captah1nun Captahoung
Young 1nun oung < < from New York March 13for 13for3lymoutb UforJlyrnouth 13 for forlynmnuth
3lymoutb Cherbourg and Southamp Soath ml > ¬
ton met with d h two mishaps mi T1p8 today todayxroundinpr todaygrounding oftayxrnundln
grounding off Cape Cal La Hague France Francein
in the early morning1 mornJ mid nd later coming
into Jnt collision in the English channel channelwith channelwith channelwith
with the Peninsula Oriental steam steamship steamIIhlp steamship
ship Aseaic A eaie under contract to the theBritish theJrjUsh
British government Oflrnent and used as a troop troopship trooptlhip troopship I
ship bound bou gj ibr or Bombay with 500 OO troops troopsi
Si i tm hoard boardThe hoardThe hoardThe
The New York grounded oundcd while ap ¬
proaching Cherbourg at 280 30 oclock oclockthin ocl oclockthAn k kthiM
thin morning during a fog The sea seawan seawg ea eaWHI
wan Hmooth however and the tide was wasmi WIUIIon wasFl
mi Fl the flood and within Uhln an hoar and a a1
halt the vessel was floated IJo ted without as assistance assistan ¬
sistance sistan bc tan P Her bottom was wa damaged damagedand damOt damOtIi damegsfll
and Ii tHI there was Wa water in the hold but butshf butsh
shf 8h > was wa a able to proceed proceedDuring proCElDuring proceedDuring
During the voyage up the channel a aoVi
oVi dflIKf i o fog to descended de cen < 1NI When off Hurst Hurtltstl
Castle stl > England the Aasaie A le suddenly
appeared and it was found impossibly impossiblyto impoS6lbid I
to avoid a collision The New Yorks Yorksbow Yorksbttw Yorksbow
bow crashed craahedInto into the Assaies star starboard statboard StmLrboard >
board bow tearing a great gap in that thatvessel th thatvessel t tvessel
vessel The New Yorks bowsprit and andfigurehead andtigtlrebead and11urehead
figurehead were carried away oWO and the thelatter thelaUer thglatter
latter was smashed into fragments fragmentsThere fragmentThere fragmentSThere
There was WIL great excitement on both bothvessels botlhEfJsels botheesels
vessels The boats of the Assale were werelowered werelowered werelowered
lowered and the troops were mustered musteredbut musteredbut musteredbut
but the bulkhead bulkh ad of the troopship saved savedher savcdher savedher
her and the vessel was wa able to enter enterSouthampton cnterSouthampton ent5tSOuthamptOn
Southampton The New York was wasdocked wasclocked waslocked
docked at 630 oclock for temporary temporaryrepairs temporaorepahS temporaryrepairs
repairs Nobody Nobod was injured It will willbe willb wiltbe
be b < Impossible to estimate the damage damageto
to the New York until she has been beenput beenput beenput
put into dry dock dockIt dockIt S SIt
It is believed that both vessels haW havebeen haWbeen hawbeen
been sonmvhat seriously injured An Another Artother Aitother ¬
other vessel will replace the Assale AssaieShock AssaleShock AssaleShock
Shock Hardly Felt FeltWhen FeltVhoft PeltWfto
When the New York grounded groun d at atCape atape atape
Cape ape La Hague the passengers Pilmeng rs who whow whowpre whowere
w were re arleep hardly felt the shock shockJames shockJames shockJames
James Sellers a passenger on the theNew theNew theNew
New York suys shs at at5l30 130 this afternoon afternoonwhile afternoonwhile afternoonwhile
while he was at luncheon there was a agrating agrating
grating noise followed by b a trftmend trftmendoue tr tramnendous mend mendOUI
oue shock Everyone he says ran to tothe tothe tothe
the deck and It was found that the theNew theNe theNew
New Ne Yorks bow was firmly fixed fix d in inthe Inthe inthe
the side of the As A Assal > sai l Mr Sellers was wasclose waslosl wasclose
close losl enough to observe the marvelous marvelousdiscipline marvelouftdllClpllne marvelousdiscipline
discipline aboard the troop ship Not Nota
a second was UR lost and there was no nosign nosign nosign
sign of J1urr hurry and while the boats boatswere boatswre boatswere
were being 001 g prepared for launching the thesoldiers thesoldiers thesoldiers
soldiers were mustered with the pre precision preclldon precision ¬
cision of an orderly orderl drill drillAs drillAs drillAs
As the vessels e eels parted 8rted concluded concludedMr
Mr Sellers we e saw a gaping hole in inthe Inthe Inthe
the Assaie ten feet wide and sticking stickingon sUckln sUcklnon
on our stem was a portmanteau and andother anl1othll andother
other portable property There was wasno wasno Wasno
no panic on our bout Had we struck struckthe 8ruck suckthe I Ithe
sunk the Aasuie A ule amidships she would have havesunk havesunk I
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IS ABOUT AS lARGE ARGEAS I AS KANSAS IANSASt
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Some Interesting Facts Concerning Korea Area Popula Population Population Population ¬
tion Etc EtcEngland England Has the Icons ions Share of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Trade at Present
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UfcfcUl 9al to Te X XlUIhla JMtMj JMtMjWashlrirfRm s1d s1dWashintbn
WashlrirfRm Washintbn lUIhla n D C Co M Mfcaefc 1SPet 1t 20 20The 20The1tireau The Thebureau Thelmreau
bureau of atiUMUC taL U 11 Iflftetfulrttehed Pbll81ed an anint an1ntfJeltbW anJntie0tM
1ntfJeltbW Jntie0tM int > KtMg Iffftriteraph on Korea Koe It Itdiscus ItdtflCu t tdIscume
discus etrriilttercftrt < < ImUtercftt11t11i Ttfltt OUR com comtions cfntlous c0nfloes
floes gluing glyt the area areatransportation popitlatSoig POJUIn POJUIntransportation
transportation facilities railways rAnwa s tei teicjfraphs tfflraphs tel telegraphs
cjfraphs postal service 8er < t etc t Accord According AcordJng Accordhag ¬
hag to this monograph the population populationof
of Korea Ko I Is I5flei0fli in round numbers numbersjind numbe1smd numbersand
and it is about as large as Kansas Ko KoIPH Korpa KoTSp
IPH TSp was 8JC a part ofthe ot the Chinese empire
before the Christian era and continual continualunder contlnurIunder contLnu l ltinder
under Ghlna < until about the sixteenth sixteenthrcntury sixteenthrntury lxteenthntury
rcntury ntury when th the Japanese Iqan sent a aInrgi aJII a3nrg
Inrgi JII rgo Invading army arm into Korea to todrive todrhe todrive
drive out the Chinese Chln Tle Japs were weref werefor were1r
f for < > r a time successful in holding Korea Koreabut KoreaUl Koreabut
but Ul In 1827 the people peeleor of Manchuria Manchuriaplaced lIanchurlaplaccd Manchuriaplaced
placed the country under vassalage
Va4bingtof March tar St tThe The annual annualmeeting annul annulmeeU annua4XneetIn
meeU meeting of the AmeHefm Amnj1c Tract iQdet iQdetwap locIetfij locIetfijW81 soc1stwa
wa wap held In the th Church of the Core Corenant C Cnant CoreLnant
nant Justice Ju ti < e Brewer wfr presided pre lded and andmade andnJallt andmade
made a brief address setting forth the thepeneral ther thegeneral
general r n ral work of the Tract society bpth bpthIn b th thIn
In the home and foreign Held He em emphasized empha empflashed ¬
phasized pha lzfd the necessity of this worka work workas
as a well as showing that there was no noother noot noother
other ot htr agency so well equipped to furn furnish turnl furnlsii ¬
ish l h Chrtottan literature IIt4n ure in the many man man1anJuag8
languages and dialect Rev Re Judeon JudeonSwift Tud TudsonSwift on onwlrt
Swift wlrt reported the years work and andWilliam ILndVllliam andWilliam
William H Taft secretary of war de delivered dered de3red ¬
livered red an address which gave ve an n ac account acount account ¬
count of the progress progr in the Philip Philippi Phlllppinp Philipjincs
pi pinp no relattegr particularly to educa educatl educattn educetin
tl tin n and Christianity The secretary of ofth oCt ofiii
th t hp > society said that eightynine new newpublications ne nepuhl newpUiitCatiO5
publications puhl Uo had been added to the list listduring lI listduring t tdurin
during durin the year These were in Eiig En EnJh
Ifeh Jh Polish PoU h Bohemian Bohen a German Hun Hungarian HunJJrlan Hungarian ¬
garian Spanish Spant k Swedish and Italian Italianand ItAlianand italianS
S and the total number num of distinct J perl perlHliiaiH pen penotlials > 4rJ 4rJodhal4
HliiaiH added was WM ISO making the tnegrand therand thegrand
grand rand total of publications isfued IlfIU since sinceT
I 0 > > T the H organisaUon t or f the society letT 74 74tT2 74alS 74alSf7l 4L3i5The
tT2 The Tract society IOlel furnishes all or orPRESIDENT orPRESlpENT orPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT ELLIOTTS ELLIOTTSSENENTIETH ELLIOTTSSENENTIETH ELLIOTTSSENENTIETH
SENENTIETH BIRTHDAY BIRTHDAYCamibridife BIRTHDAYCambrIdIe BIRTHDAYCanidge
Camibridife Maw March Iar h 20 GSur 20Sunrounded GSurrounded Sur Surrounded ¬
rounded by b members of his family and andof andot andof
of the college faculty farult who brought broughtmany brou broughtninny ht htany
many any tokens of their love and esteem esteemCharles esteemcharles i iharles
Charles W V Eliot president pre ldent of Harvard Harvarduniversity HarVarIunlverelt Harvarduni
university uni verslt celebrated his hl seventieth seventiethanniversary seventiethanniversary i iAnniversary
anniversary today tOd This afternoon afternoonPresident aClfOrnoonPrld afternoonPresident
President Prld ht Eliot was invited to Univer University Univert3lt3r ¬ I
sity lty hall where he bernet met the faculty and andwas andas i
was a8 pre presented ented with a loving cup cupaeept1ng In Inarceptin I Iac
arceptin ac ptlDC which Dr Eliot said saidI I
I have received many tributes of ofnffertlon ofklfrerUon ofUffection
nffertlon but none so dear as those thosefrom tho thosefrom e efrom
from the departments of the faculty facultyr
I r ow o to the university all that I have havesccomplisheO hAVJlccompll havescQmplis1ted
sccomplisheO Jlccompll he4l antI am myself a prod produt I Itit
tit 1 < t of the th university uttl lty and the influence influenceof
of the two governing governiagboards boards beardsKAISE1t boardsKAISER
1 1KAISER
KAISER ENTERTAINED ENTERTAINEDGibraltar BNTRRTAINEDibraltar
Gibraltar March 30 38Vlce Vice Admiral AdmiralLord A4mlralLord AdmiralLord j
Lord Charles Beresford commanding conunaDdln conunaDdlnthe
the channel squadron entertained Km Kml Emperor m mperor
l peror > eror William at dinner on board his hisflagship hi hifial hieflagship
flagship fial > lhlp tonight tonl < < ht the squadron mean meanwblie mpanbUe meanwhtle
wblie bUe displaying brilliant illuminations illuminationsend
end searchlights searchlightsWILLIAMS arclIghtsWILLIAMS S Sg4f
g4f WILLIAMS FOR HEARST HEARSTBoston HEARSTBo
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Boston Bo lon March 20 2tIn In a signed sib state statement lJtatement statement ¬
ment sent to the press tonight former formerCongressman tonnfrngr formerCngremman
Congressman ngr mKn George Fred Williams Williamsannounces Williamsannounces UIt81itfJ UIt81itfJlunounCE8
announces his endorsement of W R RHearsts RHMuRtS HBearats
Hearsts candidacy for the Democratic Democraticpresidential DesnoraUpr8 Demnoeratkpresidential <
presidential pr8 tdpnUai nomination Mr Williams WilHanwndds VUHamIId
4 ndds IId dds fl that he intends to wage a contest contestin IOnttIn
in this state In behalf beblCot of the candidate candidateFACTORY candidatePACTOBY Ddiclate DdiclateC
C C CFAOTORY
FACTORY BTERNHD BTERNHDMilwaukee BUffNBD4i1waukee BmtNBDMllwaukce
Milwaukee Mllwaukce March 20 GFire Fire tonight tonightCUtted tonI tonightgutted ht I IJutted
Jutted the big factory faetl owned by M MMollter MMoilter 1 1 1Mottter
Mollter and J T P Hummrl and tnv tnvOreve th threve I ICreve
Oreve reve Show She Print companys Oflipaiiv plant PlallLboth plantboth J
both locatfl in a m fourstory building hull tuitiin tuitiinat < iir i iat I It
at t the comer of oCJJwattk Mlhvaujtee and Dun DuriiBtrects DunItrect5 DUnnS
S streets Loss 5100000 iooooetc
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tc
and until 1S04 Korea recognized roeo tzed the thecontrol thecontro
control contro jif tf Qhlnaby chIna iiy sejidlngrtributes 8andJng 1nibutes lbUt8S 11
I to Pekingannually Pe 1eking nS annually nnuitl1 OJhorewas There was an in Insurreettojl1n18U4 1 18urrectionUjr
8urrectionUjr 81rr tt < m ln < 1804 and an the th spigning
1
family of O korea Korea oreorcquastPrl requested attl ro from
Oiiinuf tmInn kI and the response r by dtilna liltia to
this appealresulted ppeaI reMzlthd in the warbetween war bet een en
tJrlsr China Chi antI J Japan t > an the latter country
believing bell Jug that it was 88 Chinas intention intentionto Intentionto
to Completely control Korea Accord AccordI
lug to the statistics given In the mo monograph trionograph
I nograph England supplies by far the thelargest thelargest
largest latge t amount of exports to Korea Koreawith Koreawith Koreawith
I with the United States in some items
following follow ng Cotton in all its forms ap appeura
I peura pearsto to be the leading item In 1884 1884I
I Korean imports amounted to ssio000 8f 8 > 0000 0000and OOOOand
I I and her exports e portft 475000 and in 1902 1902her
I h her < r Imports Werl nearly 000000 and
her exports 4290000
GREAT WORK ACCOMPLISHED ACCO PLISH D BY BYTHE BYTHE BYS BYTHEAMERIGAN
S THE THEAMERIGAN AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY
f The Tract society socl tj furnishes all or ornearly ornearly ornearly
nearly all of the Christian literature in inthe Inthe
the Spanish Spanl language and during durin the theyear theyear theyear
year has distributed in the American Americancolonies
I colonies upwards up ards of 1000000 pages and andthe RndI andthe
the total fot the year ear in the Spanish Spanishspeaking Span Spanishspeaking 1m 1mspeakliJ
I speaking countries is M120W pages pagesSix pagesSix pagesSix
Six colporteurs are laboring in Cuba CubaThe CubaThe Cubarhe
The ivirk among the Mormons In Utah Utahis UtahI
I is of intense loten Interest The distribution distributionof
I of Christian literature by b colporteur colporteurwagons colporteurwa colporteurwagons
wagons wa OM and colporteurs reaches rMlh thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of homes placing wholesome wholesomereading whJl4 wholesomereading > 80me 80mereadIng
reading in the bands of the youth youthThe youthThe youthThe
The society soclCt has expended a total of ofthreefourths orthreourUS ofthreefourths
threefourths of a million dollars in increating Increating ineieeUng
creating ana circulating cl ulat1ng Christian ver vernacular vernacular r rnacular ¬
nacular literature lIt rature at the foreign torei iris irission Jris810n irisaba
aba statione The great need of r the theforeign theforel theroreigu
foreign forel n field at the present pr nt time is a alarge IL1arge alarge
large increase of Christian literature literatureMany 1I1AJ11 itIThweulany U1 U1itlany
Many of the mt mloslonAIltIR slonarlw state ltat that thatthe tbattb thatthe
the tb education of the youth at the mte mtepton nalsPlGn ms msstan
stan school will be largely in vain ain vn vnle vna n ne118
le e118 8 a sufOcient amount of Christian Christianajid Christianand
and ad vtaolegome e literature IS provided pro prov ¼ de led
for them upon their Kraduatton Thte Thtei ThJglit Thlaiapertlculary
i particularly lit P8rUc IJ true of India and Japan JapanHOME Jo1 LapinHOME n
HOME RULE THE CRY CRYOF
S S SOF OF THE IRISH PARTY PARTYManchester PARTYIanth PARTYitianehester
Manchester Ianth fter March arch 2 20John John REd Jictlmond REdmond Redmood
mond addressing addrl lng an Irish demonstra demonstration demomtraHon deinotistraflon ¬
Hon here today said that the first bus business bu bulotS5 businese ¬
iness of the party was to strike down downthe donthe downthe
the present government and then to toe toe tosee
see e that no government was as put into intooffice Intooft1 intootTle
oft1 otTle office which hld1 would not grant home honl rule ruleto ruletol ruleto
to tol Ireland JtuH1 He said it was ridiculous
for liberals like lIk Herbert Hel rt H Awjuith A qulth to tocat tocaP
cat hdhte rule an academic acad mlc question question3HONABCHS questionS questionIttONABCHS
lID lIDMONARCHS
S
MONARCHS TO MEET MEETRome MEETnome ItIEETRome
Rome March 20 OliIng King Victor Em Kmmanuei Emmanuel Emmanual
manuel has ordered the th royal yacht acht to tobe tobe tobe
be sent to Naples on March 26 for his hismeeting hl8Ineet lilameeting
Ineet meeting with Ith Emperor Em ror William of Ger Germany GerIBY Ger3any ¬
many wfcd will remain maln there four fourdays fourdaye
days TH The Associated Press Pn < IP seml semloiUciaUy semlo1kIaI semiofltiUy
oiUciaUy o1kIaI ajwured amred red that t1t t the meeting o othe othe o1 o1the
the moiuurchB will 111 have no political sig slgnUtaanee sign sigflIo4tneelthough
nUtaanee n flIo4tneelthough ee aKhotigh the sovereigns tMwer lgng wish wfchto h hto
to hare n verbal exchange of view viewconcerning vie vien viewsencerniug
concerning n rDlbg pending International ques questions ftuestlon aneations ¬
tions tionsS
S
iIZII iIZIIDISASTERIS
S DISASTER IS FEARED FEASEDVictoria FEAREDYlctorla FEAREDVictoria
Victoria B Cw C March 20 20I1te O = The Do Dontinlon Don1tp1qn Doulipion
ntinlon government steamer Quadra Quadrawill Quadrawill
will 111 leave tonight t right for the west coast coastof coastof O5tof
of Vancouver ancouve Island to search for the theCanadian tbeCanad1au theCanadian
Canadian pacific Pacific Navigation rom eomp rompany cornpRay
p pRay ny > steamer t amI Queen City three thr > days daysOTerdufr tJIIyeld daysoverdui
OTerdufr yeld The company fears that die disaster dltttfr diealter ¬
aster tfr has overtaken the Queen City in inthe Inth inthe
the th galtf gi ptt that tlta have been raging on onthat ontllat onthat
that const constPA3TNEmPKOVTNG co conatPAY1E t
11 11P > > S
PA3TNEmPKOVTNG PA3TNEmPKOVTNGWasltliujtau P PAY1E AYNEIMPBOVINGVltSla1 IMPROVING IMPROVINGWnshlnteu
Wasltliujtau VltSla1 t8Jl March 40 10Time The condition conditionrtf ndtUontlf
rtf Postmaster > r General tn ral Payne who ho 1tJilJto That
been lJto n confined < to the house for several severalday svaIdays V81al
day continue favorable Last night
he slept I pt ten hours and awoke feeling feelingrpfifshed teeUngrpfrpf feelingrrrshd
rpfifshed rpfrpf hfrl H is i s said a1d id to bi b gaining In Inf Int intnrh
f tnrh > neth atul 3 HI there Is less l ss extreme extremenervousness extremeneryousn5 extremenervougnces
nervousness
ONLY ONL Y ONE CHILD cmU CHIL16ETS > i GETS THE TONIC
SOUTH TAKES ACTION ACTIONAntiLynching ACTIONAntiLynching ACTIONAntiLynching
AntiLynching Crusade Started Startedby Startedby Startedby
by Confederate Veterans Veteransin Veteransin
in Mississippi MississippiMemphis Missig MissisippiMemnphis ippi ippiIemphls
Memphis Tenn Ten March 2 tA A special specialto
to the CommercIJAri Comm CommercialApeaT tclalAn1MAf e J from Gren Grenada Grenada Grenada ¬
ada Miss says saysAn J JAn S SAn
An antilynchlng crusade has been beeninaugurated b beenInaugurated > en enInaugurated
inaugurated by the W WH R Barksdale Barksdalecamp llaJkqdttlecamp 13arksdidecamp
camp United ConfederateVeternng onfed rJt Yelmns of ofthis orthis ofthis
this city The fuljowiiis iflgniHeiint iflgniHeiintresolutions iflg2ifinutresolutions gJllft nut nutretlOluUon
resolutions were uiuinlmously Ulmnbn ush adopted adoptedata adoptedat adoptedata
ata at Ii largely attended meeting of the thecamp thecamp thecamp
camp campFirst campFirstThat
uPlrJtThat First That we w are unalterably op opposed oppot4d opposed ¬
posed to the th lynching I of a human be being heIng being ¬
ing save sav < perhaps p rbap for the one unmen unmentionable unmentionable unmentionable ¬
tionable crime crimeSecond crimeSecondThat < rJmeSecondTbat
Second SecondTbat That as Confederate voter veterans voterann eter eteraus ¬
ann and lawabiding citizens cltl ims of Missis Mississippi Mississippi Mississippi ¬
sippi and of ofth the Unlteji UnlteslStntes Unitel States we are areviolently aretI arei4
violently tI i4 Iom1tI3 OI1l1 vehemently and eternally op opITOseU oppope p ppie1l
ITOseU pope to the h prabtice t t ofburnlng > f burning a hu huznkn human human
znkn man beingfor beIng for aiiy crizm rlmpwhatsoevef rlmpwhatsoevefThlrd rlm wliatsoever wliatsoeverMTh1rThat at5oect at5oecthlr
MTh1rThat Thlrd hlr That THatw 0 appfut pffj Jt 5n thunitei thuniteilng huri mn Ter TerIng er erIng
Ing tones to all 11 Confederate C pf t er tc veteraiis veteraiisto cterai1Sto
to their wives lves and daughters and to tothat tothat tothat
that great and nd glorious organization organizationthe
the Daughters I > of Jh the Confederacy one oneand oneand oneand
and all to arise in lhelrmlght their might and by byprecept byprtlept byprecept
precept and example voice olcp and pen penmoral p pmoral penmoral
moral force > and Influence help put pula pulastop a astop astop
stop to this diabolical barbaric un unlawful unla mmlawful ¬
lawful la wfu inhuman and nci unGodly crime crimeof crjmeof crimeof
of burning human beings beingsFourth bclngsuFourthThat beingsFourthThat
uFourthThat Fourth That we heartily approve approveof aplHoveot
of and applaud the action of Governor GovernorVardaman Govern GovernarTardamam > r rVardaman
Vardaman In his recent successful ef efforts r rforts f fforts ¬
forts to save n criminal from a mob ujebbent UJbbent mobbent
bent on burning S SS
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RAILROAD ENGINEERS ENGINEERSFORM ENGINEERSFORM ENGINEERSFORM
FORM NEW ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONChicago
Chicago March uch 20 20A A general ohalr oha1rmens ohIrmensarsoelation
mens mensarsoelation association was formed today tot1 y at ata ata ata
a meeting of the chairmen of the Or Orders Orders Orders ¬
ders of the Brotherhood Brotherho d of Locomotive LocomotiveEngineers LocOmotiveEngineers LocomotiveEngineers
Engineers of all the systems syst > msot of the thecountry thei thecountry
i country M D Cadle of the M4sBouri M4sBouriPacific MieourlPacific ij ourl ourlPacific
Pacific system s stem wan made chairman and andA andA andA
A M Rogers of the Chicago Milwau Milwaukee MIiwaukee ¬ I Ikee
kee St Paul railroad was namedas namedassecretary named as asecretary assecretary
secretary The purpose of the organ organization organIzallon organizatlon ¬
ization it ip j said Is to bring about aboutuniform aboutuniform aboutuniform
uniform conditions on all the railroad railroadsystems FallroadI railroadsystems
systems insofar as the engineers are areaffected areAtrecte areaffected
affected < < 1 and to enablethe enable brotherhood the thebrotherhoodto brotherhoodto
I
to meet the General Managers asso aseoclation association assoelation
elation with ith a corresponding body of ofI ofmen
I n1 men > n who ho wm bfo constantly In touch touchwith
I with the engineers In all parts of the thej theciuntry
j t country countryWOMEN c ciuntryWOMEN untr S
o C 0 0WOMEN
WOMEN ORGANIZING ORGANIZINGINTO ORGANIZINGINTO ORGANiZINGS
S INTO TRADES UNIONS UNIONSBoston UNIONSBoston UNIONSBoston
Boston March Iar h 20 Orltk With the object of ofpromoting ofI ofpromoting
promoting womens womt > nt tirades tJ841 unions in inthe Intbe Inthe
I the United rn Stale the executive board boardOf oOllrdor boardof
Of the TOUHimii rt Uf National Trades Union Unionleague Unionlla5U
I league aTTTts if Its ts annual meeting here to today to11a today ¬
day 11a voted otedto to aenH a ItfelJtl ner l organizer organizerland organizerf
land f I secretary seete lu7 throughout tbrou hout thecountry thecountrywho
I who will net as aSK ii bu buslqo inox agent a ent or organizing 01niztng
I ganizing niztng trades uitl6ne uul n among womeninKitutiiig wonienInstituting women WonlenlookoutI
inKitutiiig lockouts and strikes strikesAmong strikesAmong trlleFAmong
Among the thf members of the board boardpresent boardI
I I present were Miss U8f Tane Adams of the thenull thenun theI
I null House Chicago vice president presidentJMlss pre prestdentI Udent UdentMiss
I JMlss Miss Gertrude Banuim u state secretary secretarylinos Cretary Cretaryor
lof or the VomnnM Trades l nlons of Il Illinos
linos and Miss Lillian li Weld all1 head headworker hendorkr headworker
worker of the college settlement of ofNew otNeW ofNew
New York YorkFIRE YorkI YorkFIRE
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FIRE BURNED EVEN EVENTHE EVEN EVENI
I I 5 5 THE GRASS ROOTS ROOTSHemfngford ROOTSHem1ngolrl ROOTSHemnfngoiil
Hemfngford Neb N b Maroh Iarob 20 20Dlsas 20Dlsastro 20Dlsastroudpralrie Dlsas Dlsastrous
trous tro troudpralrie s pralrie pr 1rlejres fires have swept the range rangecountry rangecotifttvy
country The ground being dry dr the thefire thenr thefire
fire nr burned the theroot roots of the grassin grassinthe grass In Inthe inthe i
the ground destroying it for grazing grazingfor grnzlngfor grazingfor
for three years One On strip buned is six sixby sixhy sixby
by twelve > mile > IC another more than thantwenty thant thantwenty
twenty t nt mile mt1 long andvery U11d ery wide while whileanother whileanother whileauother
another strip still burning north nOItho nOIthoth of ofth oftim
th > Niobrara loblar river soenVs to have been beenmore beenmore beenmore
more extensive Ranch sheds barns barnsgroves bantsglOVt barnsgroves
groves on tfmbpr claims and property propertyclang propertyGlong propertylong
clang the railroad have haebeen been destroyed destroyedSeveral d destroyedSeveral fUoyed fUoyedsera1
Several narrow escapes NICK p 1 from fr om death are arereported arereported
reported leport < d from the r Uiahes miebesCAR < U1ehesCARBARN UiahesCAR I
CAR CARBARN BARNBURNED BARNBURNEDChicago BURNED S Slilcago I IChicago
Chicago March Jur h 20 20Flrc Fire tonight de destroyed destroy dostroyed ¬
stroyed stroy the Union Traction companys companyscor companysM1r
ear barn at Division street sL eet and West Western WPItern Weatera ¬
ern avenue causing 150000 loss The Thebuilding Thebuilding Thebuilding
building was 250 feet JiltS eng and 200 20 OO feet feetwide fEetwIde feetwide
wide This is the lh second e o of the th Union UnionTraction UnionTraction UnionTraction
Traction companys barn to burn burnwithin burnwithin burnwithin
within a week Both fires are ar thought thoughtto I
to have been of f incondldry Incon ldry origin originEXMAYOR originEx1AY9R
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EXMAYOR GRACEVERY SICK SICKNew SICKew SICKNew I
New ew York March March 20 20Former Former Mayor MayorWilliam MaorI MayorVilliant
I William Grace is seriously ill at his hisborne
i home in this city clt His B5condltlon nl condition has hasbeen hasbeen
been superInduced by pjjemimonin e monlfl from fromwhich I
which he suffered l la8rDecember e ecember It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was said tonight at Mr Graces Grlet home homethat homethat
that his rendition is critical
IfOREIGN FOREIGN < CONSULS RESTRICTED RESTRICTEDCannot
it
Cannot Go Beyond Bjyond 3 1 YOn i the Mud Walls Walisof of the Native City of ofNew ofNewChuangRiJ ofNew
New NewChuangRiJ Chuaiig ChuangRussian Russian i n Authorities Claim it itis itI itS
S is iJ a aMilitary Military Necessity
I S
ft hEW EV CHUANQ jnirchjoi irch20The Tho for foreign foro forIN ¬
o N IN eign consul lonliJu iofiay gll jiiIay cSncially Oflcla11y 1 elal1 notl notlfieri 110tlfl
S fled fl d their gove gvinmlits tmairts that thattle thattlei the UjeRussian theRuioIat
i RusfOn Russian coinmanfiaa oJnman mnmaihiif of if thegarrlson lias liasforbidden ltRs ltRsorbjdd ltusforbiddei
forbidden orbjdd foreigners 5t to go g beyond the themud themud
4 mud walls wsl s of the th native at1ve cty cit with the thesingle theI thesingle
I single exception that they the are allowed allowedto
to us use the river bank between the for foreign foreign forcign ¬
eign settlement an1 the foreign gun gunboa gunboatto gunboats
boa boats ti This exception Is made solely solelyon
on account a < count of the presence presenceof of the Unit United Uniti ¬
i ed > 1 States Statesguriboa gunboafi gunboit Helena Beleij and the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British cruiser Espleglenvhich ES EsmIegle legle which other otherwise otherwIse otherwise ¬
wise would be entirely on Ir l et t1t off from fromcommunication fromcommunication fromcommunication
communication with their respective respectiveCannot r rdmpootivesettiemen eothe eothesetUCme
setUCme j S
Cannot CannotVislt VisitFoTts VisitFoTtsThe Forts i iThe
The Russian order particularly parUcuhL1I for foi4blds forbids ftbids
bids visiting the forts ortfo on the Liao river riverand riverAnd riverand
and also Wutaitzu a village two miles milessouth milessouth milessouth
south of o the fort fortThe fortThe S SThe
The above order is declared to be a anecessary anecessnr9 anecessary
necessary military ml1ltar measrre on nocohnt nocohntof 1oool1ntof
of the arrangements being mado madoCOr for the thedefense thed timedefense
defense d fense of the coast coastForeigners S SS
S Foreigners will have access acco q > ta the thewest tlewest tiewest
west and north shores of the jLiaoand jLiaoanduse Llao Llaojtnduse and andus
use us the railway and telesraphv tel grnph < alr al
Chough the Chinese Chin e managers of the thetelegraph thetelegtaph
telegraph line have instructed their theiremployes theirempioyes
employes to withdraw to Thien Chuang ChuangTai ChuangTal ChuarigTai I
Tai In the event of hostilities This Thisaction Thisaction I
action and also the threatened with wlthdrawal withdrawal withdrawal
drawal ot the railway staff Is severely severelycondemned soerebcondemned severelycondemned
condemned on account of their being beingoutside beillioutside beingoutside
outside of real danger dangerGerman dungerGerman dangerGerman
German Consuls Statement StatementThe
The German Crt > rman consul at Tien Tsln in inan InJtJ1 inna
an official statement says the purpose purposeof
of hislvislt hl h18It here is I to Investigate the thepauses theaUes thecauSes
pauses < of alarm and the danger to toj toGerman toGerman
j German residents residentsIt
I It was reported yesterday eslerda that the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian officials had approached Ger Germany German Germany ¬
many man with the object of engaging engag ng Ger GeriVianys Gerlh GerhalJPnQtadtiomi
iVianys lh halJPnQtadtiomi s protection pzote tlol1 of Russianjjcoperty Russianjjcopertyobjdcf RUSSlflnltEo Russ1anopertytherr toler tolerrt
rt therr therrhinese e tJuu41fp ltt u 1rl htUlws htUlwsChinese
Chinese bank audthatthl amid that thlq W avait 1I the theobJ theobj
objdcf obJ ct of the th German consuls eo oi1suis suVs visitThe visitThe visit v1sjtS
S The Russian authorities have given givennotice ghenn givenflOtlet
notice n llc that no consular t < Communication Communicationon
on on affairs originating In or connected connectedwith c connectedwith nnectedwlth
with Dalny or Port Arthur will be re received recehpd recolved ¬
ceived ceivedResponsible cehpdn colvedJtesponsibie
Responsible n fponslble Russians here have a aweir awell awell
well defined impression that American Americanor
or other consuls will not be beaUowed beaUowednt allowed allowedt
nt t tIukden lukden Antung or elsewhere elsewh re In InManchuria Inarichurl InManchuriti
Manchuria arichurl
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SEES SEES THE SEAMY SEAMY SIDE SIDEWashington SIDEWashington
Washington March 20 20uSpme Spme Ugly Ugl Features of Our National Life Lifeand Lifeanl1 Lifeand
and What to Do About Them was the subject of a Lenten sermon sermontonight sermont sermontonight
j t tonight by the Rev ne Dr McKlm of the Epiphany church He made madea
a direct forcible attack on the almost conscienceless extravagance extravaganceand
and passion iassIon for display that thatu has a as spread downward among the peo people peopIe peopie ¬
pIe Dr McKim drew dre a n vivid picture of the progressive polygamy
of societydivorces as compared with the polygamy of the Mormons Mormonsand Mormonsand ormons ormonsand
and made a caustic reference tothe graft from top to bottom of so society society society ¬
ciety and ueQn even the dark and portentious port ntlGUf shadow Rhadoof of the betrayal betra al of ofpublic ofpubUc ofpublic
public trust lying across the legislative halls of the nation
SERIOUS DAMAGE DONE DONEWind DONEWind DONEWind
Wind Storm at Portland PortlandOre PortlandOreCaused Ore OreCaused OreCaused
Caused a Loss of Thous Thousands Thousands Thousands
ands of Dollars DollarsPortland DollarsPortland DoIiarsPortland
Portland Ore March 20 20The The wind windstorm wlndstorm wIndstorm
storm which occurred here yesterdoy yesterdoydid ycsterdldid
did muph more serious damage than thnnar thnnarfirst at atfirst atfirst
first thought thou ht About 600 609 feet of oflhej oflhejfeuce the thefence thefence
fence around the Lewis and Clarke CJ Clarkeposition lkea ax axpoeition
position po ltlon grounds was blown blo l down down and andin anaIn nedin 1
in some instances the boards were car carried carried carnod ¬
ried several 8e tal hundred feet Numerous Numeroustool Numeropstool um < oug t ttool
tool houses used by the mechanics wer were wereoverturned I IoertulJuHI
overturned and other small buildings bull builIIngdemnolitihod n I Idemolihoo
demolished The wind unroofed the thegrand
grand stand in the baseball park parktwisted parktwisted parktwisted l
twisted the keepers kee ers house off its foun founUOH founIStIOfl
tteUon UOH tore the porch from the club clubhouse II i ihouse
house and razed part of the he fenco A Ahouse Ah Ahouse
I house h ou c was blown down in South outh Port Portland Portland Portland ¬
land and a d a large warehouse which ha hal halI hadjust V Vjust
I just reached completion on the east eastbank eastI eastbank
bank of fJ the Willamette river was de demolished demoUshel1 do domolished ¬
I
molished Shade trees were uprooted uprootedin
in every ever direction and in some oases oasestraffic catCStrafilc oasestraffic
traffic was wa delayed dela el1 for several houre houreTelegraph hotuuTelegraph
Telegraph T le aph and telephone communica communication commuticaFtion ¬
tion has been partially restored but it itwill Itwill itwill
will be several days da s before beforethe the thedamagtJ1 damage damageis
is entirely en Ural repaired repairedSalem reva1redSalem repairedSalem
Salem Ore March 20 20The The severest severestwindstorm se sevezOstwindstorm lest lestwindstorm
windstorm since sln < l 1880 occurred here Justnight Just iuptnight IU13tnight
night Considerable damage was wa donfr donfrand dorWand dotuiand
and there were numerous narrow es escapes esLKptm escapes ¬
capes from injury injuryHEAD InjurHEAD InjuryHEAD
HEAD HUNTERS WILL WILLVISIT WILLVISIT WILLS
S VISIT THE EXPOSITION EXPOSITIONVictoria
Victoria B C March 20 20On 20On On the thesteomer thenteanwr I Iateemer
ateemer Shawmut which arrived here heretdday beret6day boretOday
tOday were 300 native Filipinos bound boundfor boundfor boundfor
for the St Louis exposition in charge chargeof >
of Dr Hunt formerly governor of the theprovince theproYlnce theprovince
province of Northern Luron and Mr MrHealy lIrHeal MrHealy
Healy Heal The party includps IncludesTi Vizcainos VizcainosTlngalloa VlzcaIDQrhlgalias
Tlngalloa Ti gallas Igorrotos head hunters from fromthe tromth fromthe
the th mountains of northern Luzon JCe JCegradoB Xegrados e egrades
grades and Negritos with all their na native natlve ¬
tive outfit Three of the party Dart were wercdying weredying
dying when they reached here owing owingto owln
to the confinement aboard aboardGREAT S SS
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GREAT EXCITEMENT EXCITEMENTLondon nXCITEMENTLondon
London March 20 20L1i 20Lady Lady Curzon Curzonwife CurzonwCe CurzonwtCe
wife of Lord Lor l Curzon of Kedloston Kedlostonvfoeroy KedlestQnvfteroy ICedlmtsinvIceroy
vIceroy ana governor general q 01 Jjfljagave Jjflja Litdagave
gave birth to a daughter dnughter1n ddbghterinjidozi1 ddbghterinjidozi1today In Eflfodprii Eflfodpriitoday ltdcm ltdcmtoday
today Mother lot her and an child hllda are a awell = uojnk uojnkwell
well
KILLED WHILE IN BED BEDSpokane BEDSpokane
I IThief
Spokane Officers Get a Horse HorseThief HorseS HorseThief
Thief Without Much MuchTrouble MuchIrouble MuchS
S
S Trouble TroubleSpokane TroubleSpokane Iroublepokane
Spokane Wash ash March 28 iJohn 20JohnGingle iJohnGingla John JohnGingle
Gingle a highwayman and horse thief thiefwanted t thIefwanted lef lefwanted
wanted by the authorities at North XorthYakima NorthYakima
Yakima Y k1ma for a number of crimes crl e was waskilled waskilled
killed by Spokane officers om ears in a a fight fightthis fightthis ght ghtUti
this Uti morning Gingle had been traced tracedto tmc tmcto
to a cabin in the eastern part of the thecity theclt thecity
city clt The cabin was surrounded by byoflleerr byoftleelT byofiieerr
oflleerr Deputy Sheriffs Doak and andPugh andPughbroke j
Pugh Pughbroke broke in the door and command commanded ¬ I
ed Gingle Gfn le to surrender The latter latterwho latterW110 latterwho
who was lying 1 Ing on his back opened fire firebut firebut firebut
but mlased The officers put three bul bullets bullets ¬
lets ts in Gingle who died led without speak speaking ¬
North Yakima officers who had hadchased ha hahased hadchased
chased the horsethief to Spokane were wereoutside WEreoutsIde wereoutside
outside the cabin when the shooting shootingoccurred shoo shootingoccurred ling
occurred barring all avenues of es escape eecape escape ¬ f
cape Gingle who was in bed had a arevolver arevoler arevolver
revolver ptrapped to him while at the theside theside
side of the bed was as a o Winchester WInehesterrlfie WInehesterrlfieo rifle rifleCARAVAN rIfleCARAV I
CARAVAN CARAV N REVIVAL REVIVALRussian REVIVALRussian VIVAL I
Russian Merchants Want to Return Returnto
to Oldtim Methods MethodsMoscow MethodsMOSCOW I
Moscow 08COW March 20 OOwlng Owing to the din discontinuance dincontinuance
continuance of the trips of the volun volunteer volunteer olunteer ¬ I
teer fleet steamers steam eN no tea is coming J i ifrom
from Ceylon by b water The practical practicalsupension practicalsUpbnslon practicalsUpbnsion
supension of freight trains over the thetransSiberian thetrnnsSlberian thetransSiberian
transSiberian railroad makes It al almost almost almost ¬
most impossible to get tea from China ChinaOne ChinaOne ChinaOne
One merchant who has 20000 OOOOchest8 chests of oftea orlea oftea
tea en route in Manchuria offers to tosell toseUlt tosell
sell seUlt it at a nominal price to the govern government governmont oern oernment ¬
ment for the use of the soldiers Be Because Because Because ¬
cause of the difficulty in delivery here herethe herethe herethe i
the merchants have decided as a 0 last lastresort J
resort to return to the old ol Mongolian Mongoliancaravan lIongollancaravan Mongoliancaravan
caravan route through Kiakhta and andwill andwill
will 111 petition the government to afford affordthem affordthem
them facilities facilitiesBUBONIC S SS
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BUBONIC PLAGUE PLAGUEJ
J 5 Johannesburg March 20 20A11 An out outbreak outbreak ut ¬
break of the bubonic plague has oc occurred cccurred JCcurred ¬
curred in the Indian coolie section sectionThirty sectionThirty
deaths have occurred since sinceThursday sinceThursday
Thursday It was at first supposed the theoutbreak theoutbreak
outbreak was one on of pneumonia but butth hutthe I Ithe
th the nature npturo of the disease dfs > Qse Is now of officially offlcaIly > f ¬ I Iudm1tt
ficially admitted udm1tt d > nrl the section has hashefen h hasbeen
been b n oordoned A plague p ue camp at Rait RaitfontCin R ReIbfontein l
fontCin has been opened op nfd It is rumored rumoredthat rumoredthht j
that Dr Marina who was attending attendingimtlents attltd attemtdlttiatients Tt TtllUtients
imtlents died on Friiay Fria
STR STREET ET CAR HIT HITBY HITBY HITBY
BY LOCOMOTIVE LOCOMOTIVEFour
+
Four of the Passengers Re Received Received Received ¬
ceived Severe injuries injuriesBLAME injuriesBlAME injuriesBLAME
BLAME IS S NOT YET LOCATED LOCATEDEMPLOYEES LOCATEDI LOCATEDEMPLOYEES LOCATEDDMPLOThES
I
S
EMPLOYEES OF CAB bAB bABSILENOED COMPANY COMPANYSILENCED COMPANYSILENOED
SILENOED SILENCEDbPOKANJS SILENOEDt SILENOEDSPOKANE SILENOEDPOKANJ
+ t
bPOKANJS POKANJ Wash rash March 2i iA 20Astreet iAstreet A Astreet
SPOKANE street car bouna for Hlllyard Hm ard a su suburb suburb suS ¬
S burb was struck by a Great GreatNorthern GreatNorthern GreatNorthern
Northern locomotive this morning morningwhile morningwhUe morningwhile
while the car was crossing the railroad railroadtra ra railroadtrack road roadtrk
tra track k in the eastern part of the city cityAboard cItyAboard cityAboard
Aboard the street car were seven pas passengers passengers passengers ¬
sengers four of whom were injured as asfollows asfollos asfollows
follows followsGeorge follosGeorge followsGeorge
George Jenkins Spokane S h1lne head headcrushed headcrushed headcrushed
crushed and hurt internally internallyG intcliJaJlG
G L Nlckee Spokane badly badl bruised bruisedJacob brulscdJacob bruisedJacob
Jacob M I Bess residence unknown unknownbruised unknownbruised unknownbruised
bruised bruisedJames S SJames j jJames
James Linton Pennsylvania badly badlybruised badl badlbruised badlybruised
bruised bruisedThe bruisedThe bruisedThe
The electric car was badly smashed smashedThe smashedThe smashedThe
The blame for the accident is not yet yetfixed yetfixed yetfixed
fixed as the street car careompany e mpany > or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered that all information be sup suppressed supp1e suppressed
pressed p1e sed and it has not yet been pos possible posIblc possible ¬
sible to get intelligent explanations explanationsfrom
from from the passengers pa engerR wh who were aboard aboardthe aboardthe aboardthe
the car The street car was wa on the thecrossing th thCI08slng thecrossing
crossing before the locomotive was ob observed oberved observed ¬
served coming down the hill Whether Whetherthe Vhetherthe j
the conductor < went ahead to see ee If the thetrllck thetrack i itrack
track was clear is not known knownTHREE knownTHREE i iTHREE
THREE MASKED MEN MENHOLD MENHOLD MENHOLDliP
HOLD HOLDliP UP A SALOON SALOONReddIng
4 4 Redding Cal March 20 20Three 20Threemasked 20Threemasked Three Threemasked +
+ masked men armed with a re revOlver revolver + f fvolver
+ volver shotgun and rifle respect respectf respectIel respectively +
+ f ively Iel held up a saloon at Kennett Kennettf Kennettearl Kennettearly +
+ f early earl this morning securing lfl 100 100Fifteen 100Fifteen + f fFifteen
+ + Fifteen men were in the place placewhen placewhen + 4
4 + when the robbers entered They The Thewere Theywere +
4 were forced to line up facing the thewall thewall thewall +
+ wall While two highwaymen hlghwamenkept igbwaymenkept + f ff
+ f kept the fifteen men covered coveredwith coveredwith + f
4 with their th lr weapons the third went wentthrough wentthrough +
4 + through the pockets of the victims victimsand lctimsand 4 +
4 + and also robbed the money drawer drawerof +
+ of its contents When the masked maskedmen maskedmen +
+ men left they the warned all present presentto 4 +
4 + to remain in the saloon fifteen fifteenminutes fifteenminutes 4 +
+ minutes under penalty of f death deathKILLED deathKILLED 4 4KILLED +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
KILLED IN THE RING RINGExpiring RINGExpiri RINGExpinimig
Expiring Expiri g Bull Fatally Gores Mexican MexicanMatador rmtexicnnttatador exicnn exicnnMatador
Matador MatadorSan ttatadorSan
San Antonio Ant nlo Tex T x March arch 20 14A A spe special special specml ¬
cial to the Express from rom El Paso says saysCuyco say sayCUCIJ saysCuycm
Cuyco whose hof < e real name is Antonio AntonioFernandez AntonioFernandez AntonioFernandez
Fernandez a matador nm tad or was mortally nwrtallywounded ntal1youndEd mortallywounded I i
wounded today tda in the bull rIng rlo at atJuarez atJuar atJuarez i
Juarez Juar z by b a bull b l1 to which be had just justadministered justadministered justaclzninlstemed
administered the Oeath 1eatlthrust 1eatlthrustS thrust thrustThe thrustTI
S The TI r bull light wa wattattonded attended att nde4 by b about aoout3RKjierneiis aNmttIOO aboutt000ersezim
3RKjierneiis tIOO t000ersezim cm twothinlR othmn1sf f whom were wereAfrifcrican wereAfriattiijany ere ereAm
Afrifcrican Am Afriattiijany tJ tU Thsnjr t = n wotueiibeing lpJlbln1 present presentIt p J1t J1tIt
It had beeli amwiincI ntnuun l bet Ouyc Ouycwould uroo uroowould ujcewould
would kill tie e feat 1 8t bull Th The animal animalwas anin anintalwas l lwas
was especial vl lr ic1oui < iouR and gored ored two twohorses twohorsefl twohorses
horses onrly nrb in the fight When the thetime th thtime thetime
time arrived for or th the death thrust thruetCuyco thlU8tuCuco thrustCuyeo
Cuyco stepped up ready read an and < l when xvhenthe whenthe whenthe
the bull advanced drove the swrd to tothe tothe tothe
the heart The bull fell Cuyco uCUcoturned Cuycoturned Cuyeoturned
turned to bow to the Judges and the thecheering thehe thecheering
cheering he < rIns crowd The Th bull rose and andgored nndgoe andgmed
gored goe him through and through throughEARTHQUAKE throughe throughEARTHQUAKE throughEARTHQUAKE
C e
EARTHQUAKE SHAKES SHAKESUP
UP THE THEDOWN DOWN EASTERS EASTERSBoston i
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Boston March 21 21An An earthquake earthquakeshock earthquakeshock earthquakeshock
shock this morning caused a tremor tremorEngland tremorthroughout tremorthroughout
throughout time eastern par partof or New NewEngland NewEnglan
England Englan Beginning at St Johns X XB NB r rB
B the he vibration ibr tion traversed the state stateof stateof stateof
of Maine causing sHglit sU ht damage to tobulldogs tobulld tobulltFrgs
bulldogs bulld r gs in Augusta Bangor and andPortland andPortland andPortland
Portland The rh rhck ek was V felt plainly plainlyas
as far south soithusTannton < us t1tfuntoD Tawnton in this stattr stattrReports stat statHeports statReports
Reports from Manchester N K and andSpringfield an anSprlltgfie1l1 andSpringilelci
Springfield Mass state that th vi vibrations vibrations vibratlons ¬
brations were felt distinctly in ihosa ihosacities ziusecities hs hscities
S
cities citiesObservers citiesObseners citiesObservers
Observers at the Harvard university universityastronomical unhersluastronomIcal universityastronomical
astronomical observatory in Cambridge Cambridgefelt
felt the shock shockAt shockAt shockAt
At Augusta Me Ie lamp chimneys were wereshaken we weshaken wereshaken
shaken down and crockery was wassmashed wassmashed wassmashed
smashed The vibration lasted several seeralconds severalsconds i iseconds
seconds conds and in nearly ever eo9 evey instance instanceoccurred instanceoccurred j joccurred
occurred about 104 104EXPOSITION 104EXPOSITION
0 0EXPOSITION
EXPOSITION LAKES LAKESFILLED LAKESFILLED LAKESFILLED
FILLED WITH WATER WATERSt
St Louie Lou la March 20 2OThe The filling of ofArrowhead ofArrowhead ofArrowhead
Arrowhead lake with water at the theWorlds 11teorld3 theWorlds
Worlds orld3 fair grounds today t > dR3 marked the thebeginning tItebeginning timebeginnIng
beginning of the completion in its de details detull details ¬
tails tull of the exposition This body bod o owater owater of ofwater
water skirts skirt the Philippine reservation reservationand reservatiORand reservationand
and north and contains about 90MOM 90MOMgallons 9Oi 9000I0gallons OIO OIOgallons
gallons of water It is to be b used us f for ferhomes forhomes r rhomes
homes for the t tb lake dwelling tribes of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Philippines and will 111 also afford a afire afire afire
fire protection The filling of Arrow Arrowhlad Arrowhead
head lake forms the first of oCthp the water watereffects watrerf watereffects
effects erf ct > of the exposition e po ltl6IJ The lagoons lagoonswill lagoonswill lagoonsnill
will be filled during d rln the coming week weekAll weekAU weekAll
All these bodies of water will m be ob obtained obtaIned ohtaimmed ¬
tained from the city 1t mains The first firstfilling firstfilling firstfilling
filling will not be filtered filter but there thereafter thereafter thereafter ¬
after and throughout the fair all the thewater thewaleI thewater
water will be filtered In the lake and andlagoons andlagoons andlagoons
lagoons lagoonsSIR lagoonsSIR lagoonsSIRCAVENDISH
SIR SIRCAVENDISH CAVENDISH CAVENDisH BOYLE BOYLEGETS BOYLE BOYLEGETS BOYLEGETSFINE
GETS GETSFINE FINE PROMOTION PROMOTIONSt
St t Johns JOhni N F March 20 OSir Sir Ca Cavendish Cavendish cavendishi ¬
vendish Boyle governor of Newfound Newfoundland Newfoundland Newfoundland ¬
land has been promoted to the govern governorship goernorshlp governorship ¬
orship of Mauritius This is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the most Important of the British co colonial colonial colonial ¬
lonial governorships and andeernies carries a sal salary salary salany ¬
ary of 25000 OOO a year ear as against 10000 10000paid 10000paid
paid to the g governor verntt of Newfoundland NewfoundlandThe
The promotion is H due to Sir Cavendish CavendishBoyles CavesMllshDoyles Caveii4llshiBoyles
Boyles tactful handling of French Frenchshore Frenchahore Frenchshore
shore matters during his incumbency incumbencyof
of the present post He will wllllene leave here hereearly hereearly
early carl In May MayPLAT Iuy I
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S PLAY FAILEDTO FAILED TO PLEASE PLEASELondon PLEASELondon PLEASELondon
London March l1rch 20 2oaeorge George Alexander Alexandermakes Al Alexandermakes > xKnder xKndermakes
makes the unusual announcement that tb4tIn thatln
in consequence of the failure of the theLoves theuLoves theLoves
Loves Carnival an Ingllsh 1 version versionof ersl n nor
of the German play pla Rosen Montag Montagwhich Montagwhich Iontagwhich
which was produced at St James Jamestheatre Jamestheatre Jamestheatre
theatre last Wednesday night it will willbe wIllbe willbe
be withdrawn tomorrow and be re replaced replaced replaced ¬
placed by Old Heidelberg which ran ranfor ranfor I Ifor
for 200 nights prior to the opening of ofLoves ofLo ofLoves
Loves Lo es Carnival CarnivalMILL CarnlyalMILL CarnivaIS
S MILL TO START STA UP TIPMuncie UPIuncie UPMuncie
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Muncie Ind March 20The Midland Midlandmill Midlandmill Ifdlandml11
mill the local plant of the Amercus AmercusSheet AniercunSheet AJ11e cu cuSbeet
Sheet Steel company which has ixen ixenclosed xen xenclosed wPI1closed
closed since August last will probably probablyresume proba proba3iyresume l lresume
resume within Uhn two weeks The 6tM hL1 hL1Crnpioyes u uemployes lit litDJplo
employes DJplo eS met jtgni tQf tQflightnfld l htHinfl accepted acceptedtemporarily accet aceetedtemporarjly d dttmporarfly
temporarily therreftuetlflfn ther t thltb1n bUdl1 of 30 per rent rentwhich 1It 1Itwhilh
which the steel stt > el mm rlmpun puny has demanded demandedof d l1lalldedot
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RECENT REPORTNOT REPORT REPORrNOT REpOTNOT
NOT CONFIRMED CONFIRMEDNo
No Account of a Big Battle Battleon Battleonthe on onthe
the Yalu River RiverSITUATION Riv RiverSITUATION r rI rSlTUATION
+ I
SITUATION is UNCHANGED UNCHANGEDLITTLE UNCHAN ED EDt EDLiTTLE
S
t
LITTLE NEWS PROM FRO THE SCENE SCENEOF SCENBOF SCZNBS
S OF CONFLICT CONFLICTI CONFLICTLONDON CONFLICTS S
4 4I I
I I ONDON March 21 21NothIng Nothing oth Ingltas Ingltasreached has liasreached hasL
LONDON L reached here to confirm the t e report reportthat reportthat reportthat
that a battle hastakan has t3kon claca on onthe onthe onthe
the Yalu In which whlchthe the Russians Rus Ruslnnsare htnSare are al alleged alleged atleged ¬
leged to claim that they captured C8pt r 1300 1300prisoners 1sooprisoners 1800prisoners
prisoners prisonersA
S S SA
A dispatch dt p tch from St Petsnsburg Pet burg to a anews anews anews
news agency dated yesterday 1csterd says saysthere St1ysthere saysthere
there has been no change in inth the situa situation situation sttiiation ¬
tion and that all is Isquletonland quiet quietSonland onland and andsea andSC4i andsea
sea Between the Russian line Unerom UneromPingYang from fromPing fromPing
Ping PingYang Yang to the Yalu river janfl ntl the theJapanese theJapane5e theJapanese
Japanese line to Genstm thffe thre have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been slight skirmishes between scouts scoutsbut scouubut scoutsbut
but no battle has taken place plaeeas as the thedistance thodistance thudistance
distance betweenthe between the opposing armies armiesis
is great The bulk of the Russian Russianforces Russianforces Russianforces
forces the dispatch adds has not yet yetpassed yetpalfeed yetpassed
passed the Yalu river riverBad riverBad rIverBad
Bad Weather Prevented PreventedThe
S The St Petersburg Ptcr burg correspondent corresJHn ent of ofthe etthe ofthe
the Dally DaJl Telegraph says that the mill military mllttar milltars ¬
tars tar authorities were startled1y the theattempt tbeattempt theattempt
attempt of the Japanese to land in inHelena inHelena inHelena
Helena bay ba as the nearest Russian Russianforce Russiantorce Russianforce
force that could have been used US against againstthem againstthem gainstthem
them consisted of three rifle regiments regimentsat stD1eJ1L stD1eJ1Lat
at New Chuang The weather having bavinshindered hafnshln havinghindered
hindered hln ered the Japanese landing ener energetic energetic energetic ¬
getic measures are now being adopted adoptedto
to prevent such su 1t a descent Among Among1he Among1heotber th thother the theother
other devices adopted has been the con concentration concentration concentratlon ¬
centration of troops at Foo Chow Chowtwentytwo Chowtwentytwo Chowtwentytwo
twentytwo miles south of Helena bay bayIn bayIn bayIn
In cabling the fact that all British Brltishand BrItishand Britishand
and American residents at NowGhuang atNowChuangmust NowGhuangmust ow Chun Chunmust
must remain within the walls wailsa a corres corresspondent cOrrOspondent curtesspondent
spondent of the Daily DaII Chronicle at New NewChuang NewChuang NewChuang
Chuang says saysI
I was arrested while attempting to toleave toleave toleave
leave yesterday yesterdayThe yesterl1aThe
The correspondent says sa s it is rumored rumoredthat rumoredthat rumoredthat
that a Japanese squadron arrived at atthe atthe atthe
the mouth of the Llao river rlerSunda rlerSundanight Sunday Sundaynight Sundaynight
night and landed a party which after afterreconnoitering afterreconnoitering afterreconnoitering
reconnoitering reembarked reembarkedBY
BY WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY TELEGRAPHYAnother TELEGRAPHYAnother TELEGBAPKYAnother
Another Account of the Torpedo Boat BoatBattle DoatBattle BoatBattle
Battle BattleLondon BattleLondon BattleLondon
London March 21 nA A correspondent correspondentof C corrqspo rC 1d1t 1d1tof dantof
of the Times at New Chuang cables as asfollows asfollos asfollows
follows followsAccording follosAccording followsAccording
According to information inforn1 tion received receivedhere receivedhpre receivedhere
here the reason the Vladivostok Vl dhostok fort fortdid fort1ldid fortsdid
did not reply repl to the bombardment by bythe bythe
the Japanese was wa because the batteries batterJc6were batterieswere
were not provided with u1 guns Since the thebombardment thebombardment thebombardment
bombardment parties have been work working workIng worklag ¬
ing night and day to place placeguns guns in post position poslUOJ1 posttiomi ¬
tion The bombardment destroyed de tro ed tb tbLlnevitch lhfLlnevltch the theLinevitch >
Llnevitch battery battcrThc The Russian RUS lanlosee5 lanlosee5wre losses losseswere losseswere
were slight because the batteries weredJs weredsCrted were weredeserted
deserted dJs rted The same conditions pre prevail preyaJl prevail ¬
vail at Vladivostok as at PortiAfthur PortiAfthurThe Port Aythur AythurThe
The supply of provisions thdreis th theisrun theisrunfling r lsrUn lsrUnnlng run running ¬
fling short and the population is panic panicstricken panlstricken panicstricken
stricken The ice is considered the only onlyreal onlyreal onlyreal
real protection protectionOld protecUonOld protectionOld
Old Story of Feb 9 9A 9A 9A
A correspondent orre pondent of the Times with withthe withthe withthe
the Japanese forces forc by wireless teleg telegraphy teleglarth telegraphy ¬
raphy larth via Weihaiwei under undrdate date of ofMarch orIarch ofMarch
March 20 sends over a column of mat matter matter matter ¬
ter which is mostly a description of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the torpedo fight between the Russians Russiansand Ru Russiansand lam lamsnd
and Japanese on March 3 He says saysthat saysthat
that Admiral Togo has been fiompara gomparatln iomparatively
lively tln b passive according fo the th last ad adI advices
vices I and that Port Arthur has been beengiven beenghen beengiven
given a respite although ttte cruiser cruiserand cruiserand cruiserand
and the torpedo boat destroyers have havekept haekept havekept
kept a doso ORO blockade blockadeThe blockadeThe blockadeThe
The correspondent says sa that Vice ViceAdmiral VkeAdmIral YkeAdmiral
Admiral Kamimuras bombardment of ofVladivostok orYladhostok ofVladivostok
Vladivostok was as solely intended to toharrass toharroM toharrass
harrass the Russians Rm Jans and compel the theRussian thfoRussian theRussian
Russian cruisers to leave the harbor harborThe harborThe harborThe
The vice admiral brought brol Athis his ships shipswithin 8hl 8hlwithin shipswithin
within range opposite the dead point pointof pointot pointof
of the forts on the northeast northea t entrance entranceThe etra etraThe entranceThe
The Russians did not reply lepl because the theJapanese theJapane theJapanese
Japanese vessels v sels took up proposition propositionbeyond wposttionbeyond J SttIon SttIonbeond
beyond the arc of the t1Klnln trainingot training for of their theirguns theirguns theirguns
guns gunsVice gunsVice gunsVice
Vice Admiral Kamimura the Corre Correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
spondent says sailed southron soutlt on March
11 after searching Amur boy ba baakaroff
Makaroff Changed Things ThingsSince T1hngsSince ThingsSince
Since Vice Admiral MakarofTs arriv arrival ¬
al 1 at Port Arthur he adds ad the Rus Russians RursIa08 Russiane ¬
sians defensive tactics have been more moreactive moreactive moreactive
active and their torpedo boat destroy destroyers ¬
ers more alert alt > rt and enterprising entertrl ln lnDeserlllng
Describing the fight between the Rus Russian Ruseian Rimselan ¬
sian and Japanese torpedo boats the thecorrespondent thecorre thecorrespondent
correspondent corre pondent confirms the fierceness of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the content The vessels were w e so 5Ocl 5Oclthat close closethat closethat
that the Russians Rvs tanf1 threw charges of ex explosives expl08hes cxplesivea ¬
plosives on oh the bridge of one ne of the theJllpanet theJapanese
Japanese < e boats These The however failed failedto
to detonate All the vessels engaged engagedwere eng engigedwere ged gedwp
were wp more or less le s damaged The Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese losses were erQ six killed and eight eightHouiMled eightwounded eightwounded
wounded That the Russians RusslaR5were were de defeated defeated defeared ¬
feated in spite of their superior num numbers numbers awnhers ¬
bers is due to the better ahooting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Japanese and the tb fact ZeetChsat Chat GheRus GheRussian eJieItu8sian the Rug Rugsian ¬
sian vessels ve ls were aned with three threepoupd Ulreepoupd threepoupd
poupd guns while the arraameitt anIUIpa of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Japanese ships was as made up of ofsixpounders ofsixpunder ofsixpounders
sixpounders sixpoundersOfficers sixpunder sixpoundersS sixpoundersOfficers S
Officers Of r Are Ae Killed KilledIn Kied KiedIn
In reference to the tl fight of three threehours threehout threehours
hours hout which hleh occurred curre later lae the te corre correspondent crre crresponent correspontlent ¬
spondent sponent says s S the Russians RuslatlS fought fou ht with withdesperation withdeseratio withdesperation
desperation deseratio and the Japanese Japnee with 1th a aconfidence 8 8confilenc aconfidence
confidence confilenc born br of their thei past pt victories victoriesOne ul torC torles torlesOne
One Russian Rusian commander commllder was wS killed killedearly kied kiedealy killedearly
early ealy in the light A Heutenant 1utnant then thentook thentook thentook
took command cmnd only oll to fall shot in inboth il Inboth
both bot legs l Then Thtn the command comm d devolved devolvedupn devolved devolvedupon devolvedupon
upon upn the sublieutennnt subleutenoJ1t who also l was waskilled waskied waskilled
killed kied after ter taking the wheel lilmself hImseJfWhen Imsf Imsfhen
When hen the coxswain fell this i vessel esl was wascaptured wasrptur wascaptured
captured rptur by b the Japanese TaPne Tile Tl other ote otherRussian
Russian vessels vesels escaped escapedOn
On the Japanese Jpe eoW side slee one destroyer destroyerwas detro r rwas
was hit on the water line Uni two of her hercompartments he hercompartments
compartments umpurtult were wcr Hooded fode and her herquickfiring berqultkfirlng herquickfiring
quickfiring ammunition ammul tin was wetted wette wettedThis
This Tbl vessel vesel retired retred from the action acUonHe1 acUonHe1ofcers Her Herofficers Herolficers
officers ofcers escaped ecpe narrowly from a atwelve atelepound atwelvepound
twelve telepound pound shot which w1Il h struck stru k the theplatform theplatform theplatform
platform in front of the the bridge tridg killing killingone kilng kilngo killingone
one o man and ane sweeping sWfpln the bridge wih wihsI withsPlinters with withsplinters
splinters sI lnltr The same Sme veeeel eeeI received recehe a athreepound aUrpound athreepound
threepound Urpound shot through througltle the hull but butth buttM butthe
th days tM daY damage dage was ws repaired rpire within IUln four fourdays fourdaY fourdays
Sickening Sickenng Sight SightA Sight
A Japanese Japese lieutenant leutenant who w10 boarded boardedthe Qrle S Sthe
the Stereguschtchl Steregschtchl said he hud htnever htneverseep never neverseen neverseep
seep a 8 more sickening sight slghthir slghthirbdies Thfrtybodies Thirty Thirtybodies
bodies bdies terribly terribl mutilated mutiated by b ashell ashellwere a shel shell shellwere
were lying lyng on the deck dek As Af AatileJapan AatileJapanOse the theJaa Japan Japanese ¬
ese se approaches approche two Russian bluejackets bluejacketsrushed b1ue bluejacketsrushed ckel
rushed from the tle conning tower tQwor loet loeted loaM located loaMed ¬
ed themselves temselves in the cabin aft r and n rc rcfus refused
fused fus to t come out Two stokers st1ers jumped jumpedoverboard jumpe jumpedoverboard
overboard oeba and wfcre imre re pickedTin pickedp These Thesewith Thesewith he
with wih two wounded wound men wore the only onlysurvivors onlysurivr onlysurvivors
survivors surivr of a crew crew of fiftyfive fiftyfiveWhen fftfve fiftyfiveWhen
When Whel the Steregusehtchl SterSschlhi sank snk the themen themen themen
men mite were lockedi loked in the th cabin eablasank eablasankwith bln sank sankwith nk nkwith
with her herTh V t tThe I IThe
The Th fight fght lasted laste nearly an an hour 110urThp 110urThpelmess The Theweakness TheeaIcn
weakness elmess eaIcn ss of the te Russian RU5si n torpedo boat

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