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RUSSIANS ADMIT HEAVY HEAVYLOSSES HEAVYLOSSES HEAVYI
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4 Telegraph and the Dally Chronicle Cbrt Chranlceassert le6e le6eueert +
+ avert that Port Arthur to a effec effecf eftctively jhcUvel +
+ lively Uvel corked corkecLLONDON cerkedI 4 4ONDON +
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I ONDON May MayLThe 8 IThe The opinion n gain gainround aaI aaIOUDd gainsL
LONDON L round v ° w here that the Japanese Japanesehave Jsaees I Ihave
s have at last effectually eaect eaectPort bhwked bhwkedPort bkdort
Port ort Arthur l No ofBcial Jsi Japanege re repert rerU reprta
pert rU have ve been received butte JoIdocodenta TokMcOrrondents Tokto Toktoeorraniondenta
eorraniondenta are re very positive Uve re regardmg reo reoga regardg
ga gardmg the matter matter and nd describe d be the
determination with which the enter enterprise enterrille enteriIe ¬
prise rille was w wa undertaken undertakenThe undertakenTIle undertakenThe
The Daily Telegraphs correspondent
declare decl that the entrance t9 Port Ar ¬
thur ia I absolutely sealed and adds
that t hat the Japanese fleet in effecting its itspurpose it itlJue ItsJuIpse
purpose steamed into the tlaet entrance at t
full speed and that the naval officers officerswho om ofceniwho 11
who made the two previous attempts
begged permission to carry oat the next nextattempt nestattempt neiLattempt
attempt by daylight that being bet betn < easier easierand epierand epaIerand
and their request t iras granted
So determined were they to t08ue t08ueceed sue succeed suecoed ¬
ceed adds ad the correspondent cor nt that thatthey UItthey
they decided if necessary to lose oue half halftheir if iftheIr
their men The Ph number of casualties casualtiesKufetained eaaualt eaaualt6tn1tained easIttessustaIned
sustaIned by the Japanese has not yet
1 been announced announcedArfiuavamts announcedAXtthRVr
umoUltcedtII
Arfiuavamts AXtthRVr AXtthRVrIn tII in Itervr ItervrIn YrlerIn
In favor of the supposition of Japan Japane
sO e success fit I blocking Port Arthur it
is pointed out that the tbeprevious previous at attempts attempts ¬
tempts had left the channel so narrow narrowthat narrowt
that t hat a couple of vessels v sunk in the t tfair theIaIr
fair way would probably suffice su to seal sealup ealtup aenIup
up the entrance while there is a no noticeable QG QGt noI ¬
t ticeable i < eable evasion and nd half balfJ heartedneas heartedneasin heaitedneIII
in J 11 the Russian denials of t the enemy enemyssuccess enemyiue enemyaucee
iue success successThere ucee uceeThere
iueThere
There is no eon confirmation rmaton here of the the3arts t
3arts lartanPftOI rumor that an engagement ei t be bet
t ween weeRjn Russian and Japanese squadrons squadronsd
l Jad > ad d tftfecn place off Vladivostok and andSt andt r
St t Petersburg knows nothing nothh of the thevumo theurnoM theurnod
vumo urnoM fcd capture of New Chuang l ngI It Itis Itj4
is said the Japanese have advanced to tovithln
vithln UbID 11km eighteen miles of Fang IfltaW IfltaWhell Wag Ws WsheaL
Cheng hell and that another engagement engagementis e8at e8atis
is expected e MCted almost immediately
Ohiftin IIIdttiIttr th tM tMMtIJor BlaoM BlaoMMajor P1ai P1aiMajor
Major General Ge Kashtajteskys insist insistence insJetne Insisti ¬
i ence ne of the fact that t he was w ordered to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept battle by Lieutenant General General7assalHch General7oa11tch GeneralZassIStch
7assalHch to I interpreted as showing
his b is Uate ptentton Uon to throw the responsibU
ity it y upon upon that ofRcer for risking a fight fightwith 6ghtwIttt bt btwHb
with MS b inferior forces and 06 to t confirm conlirmI
1 he reports repeiu that General Zassailtch t4 bad badtfjfeii hadtJtu
1 tfjfeii ta ii censured censuredUeports aBIIUredHeporta censuredIteports
Ueports have been jMcef tlllCetvedhere jee1vd ved here nere that thattli tfl t tt
i t 1ht tli 1If Japanese a neale captured pt red a quantity quabt t7 of ofi
i ailroed ail ailro 4 fnatfriai iiat W I after a Sundays battle battleThfti baUle1 hetileThis
This l IB supposed auP 1eed to indicate that tb t the theKussians the1umlns I
Kussians hadmade had made great progress with withthe withthe withI
the I he railroad from the main Mancburian Mancburianline Manehurlanline I
line to the Tale y If this te so It would wouldt ould
1 t > Jf e a simple matter for the Japanese e to torepair torepalr toT
T repair this th line which would m material materialJy terla1 terla1y i
Jy y assist them t In their advance through througha b
a difficult country countryEnglish aountryf countryEnglish
English f correspondents with IUt the Jap Japanese Japanese Japnorm ¬ I
anese forces on the Tain Yam are permitted pennlttedtn
to send the most t ample descriptions of
the people and the country traversed travenedbut 1
but not a word about the lighting Gght ng I
In8v JUsaian nsitn Position oa Weak WeakThe Vos VosThe I IThe
The Standards Tien Tsin T ln correspond correspondIt
rut It says ns he Is convinced that the Rum Rusfcian Ruatsian
2 fcian position P tIco in southern Manchuria Mlu chQl1a to toexceedingly txeecIl
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1 exceedingly xeecIl weak w as a consequence of ofthe ofthe ofI
the I he eno enormous number of men detached detachedi detac1ect
i 11 < > guard the railway and to obtain obtainprovisions obt obtaina in
a provisions 010 He believes that the forces forcestit
tit 11 tHai t Hal Cheng Clsen and Liao Cheng are aregreatly areTfatly areratly
greatly overestimated The camps cam he herays heI
I rays are numerous but there are fe femen few fewIWi feIwI
men IWi in in them There arc ie several for tortitiiationa fort furlitiatlons I
titiiationa t i tkation in the hills between bet ween Feng FengWang Fengang Fengang
Wang ang Cheng then < and Hal Cheng but the theJim theJint theI
Jim I I of f communication 18 weak and andStraggling andt andtaggIiflg
Straggling StragglingS t agiInS agiInStJme
S Hne reports current ur nt here state that thatthe thatt
t the 1If Japanese loan loanwUl will be 1iO008 eeom W at atti atti atIi
ti i ier er r cent and will be issued ued simul simultaneously aimalt simul1ocouply ¬
taneously t in London and New York YorkxAJDrlf YorkXAZT4LiZZY
xAJDrlf XAZT4LiZZY T KKPOar
Russia OsoMRander snspaRde lad Ordv to toAocept It
Aocept Battle aattIf aattIft f fHt
I I1uclay
Ht t t Petersburg PetersIMI May 4 4The The T e emperor emperorlixiay e emperorfl r
fl lixiay received the following followib dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchiForn I
from General Kuropatkin KuropatkinMajor KuropatkinMajor KuropatkinMajor
Major General Kashtallnsky Ka htalln y reports reportsas
2 as Ii follows I consider it I my 7 duty to toi t
1 port the circumstance circ ta of the grievous grievoust t
d < t glorious battle fought by the troops troopsiues troopsI
I 1 fhr my Omma command < nd with Ith the superbr superbrrte8 Uperi UperiIIl
iues IIl rte8 of f the Japanese on May y I 1Karly IuJ IKrly
trooPBj
Karly uJ on o p P3e > e morning morniA of April 90 90t 3Dt I IS
S t tb h Jalpanese began to oppress lOUr our left leftflunk leftflank leftflank
flank having bavin on the t previous prev evening eveningH eVeIling4Upte4
4Upte4 4 H i u UJYIOd pied the Khnssan heights after fter an anattack anS i iattack
S attack in consequence of which11 or ordtrod orI ordtrd
dtrod the Twentysecond lwe trecond regiment regimentwhich regimentkh Dent
which h ieh had occupied Khusaan to retire retireross retIren
1 I ross m the At river to our position at atJitietinsky atlilieUntlkJ atiLietIny I
Jitietinsky JitietinskyOn i iOn IOn
On the morning of the same me day dayBI dayII
BI II I extraordinary prolonged and a violent violentlmbardmeat vloientt
1 mbardment t of our whole position P at atKiu ati atIU
Kiu i IU u Uen Cheng commenced from WIJu WljaI
1 foresaw that the Japanese J after the theIMmbardment theluIn theI
I IMmbardment luIn bardlD ftt in which over 20W t pro protiles projtilell prot
jtilell > > < tiles t weredischarged were discharged would uId take takethe taIEet taketht
the t he offensive
Ordered to ttaad YaK PastS Pastrectlvd at atI
S
I received re iv orders from Lieutenant LieutenantGeneral LIeutenantGllerat LieutenantCttieral
General Zaaj Zsflieh iitch Ia t te accept a battle and andtu andt andLu
tu t retain 1t > taW my position tloa at t PotieUnsky PotieUnskyMy
My left sank Ilk was defended by b two twotstiHUons totatl twotattallona
tstiHUons tatl lion of the Twentyeeeond Yogi regiment 1e8iI1H11 Yoginflf ¬
ment I1H11 t and nd the Third infantry of the theSixth thejxth
5 Sixth jxth brigade brigadeThe b brigadeThe de I
The Japanese 1apan took the offensive o < enlllve at att atr
t oviocfc U dock in the morning mom lng dispatching dispatchingHI d pteJd pteJdIi I
HI Ii i > ast one divisidn of infantry which whichliiU wlakh1J
liiU 1J gI d mctng in column oIum sustained eaor enorjni4 eaorfl
jni4 11 i losses 1068e8but but craHSjsd e the ford and andan andaU d darti
an ked our position poslUof whieb was qx x xvls
< vls 0 t i 11 to the fire of thirtysik tkIrtysI Held CUD gvnsi gunsLb s sIi
f Lb > i Ii < siege batteriesThe batteries battertsrhe
f rhe Japanese r adranced adan eecI and occutc occu UI ouiptc
I iptc tc the positionToward position poaUtonroward positionrow
Toward row ard noon I ascertained that tllatthflapane thatth
th thflapane < tapanese apanese bad routed the th battalion
I If f e Twentysecond regiment reCt t tt posted
I st t > ia Gow and were were turning my m left leftS
S 1 fli 11
tJaUBI
Beinf inforteta orceaants ta OUM Vfu VfuAt V
T I At I 1 oclock o Iook < in the afternoon my
1 If Ifl rf i iak a aok I1k was reinforced by two battala battal
S f 101 a 3 i uf f th iht Klfnth Elf EI fit ith regiment nt > nt and a aS
bat n comma fOmmanuj mmal1L ntl < ny 11 Lieutenant Colon Col lrnon o oon ¬
on Moravsky wi W1 were vt r sent i nt from
th scrve ern by Genets Genet l iUfcsaUuii with withtr wiUier th 1 1Drf
tr Drf < rs r t to u hold their ground until the
IP iiiur iur I ur of thr t th h Ninth and Tenth regl reglpi re repI reg rega
pi a from Iom S tkhodza I urdefed the
E F nth II h r ngjmlIt Knitiit to occupy O cu > a oom oome oomrrI cornfI
rrI fI e > u iti itJ1I in the rear from fromin
to r 1 1 ir 1 r > t i 5n lHllV lHllVtJII1 my
tJII1 lrniH in I Ii
H i I titld ± Lieuteuaat Mcvara Me Mvaxakys val kys bat balc balo batk ¬
k
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o
5
5
5 5Iin
tery Iin in reaenre NllerveDd nd ordered dered theT I It thTIftII Kll Kllregiment
regiment t the Third tnt hafNiy urniy and amdqulekdring tIIIIJ th thquickfiring
quickfiring rin guns to retire under covet oov oovSt
St f the Eleventh EleftthJI regiment regimenty
My JI y chief of staff led ed the rear rearto rearto
to its it position positionCamjpander don donCse
Camjpander 0 Cse XiOvd mJWAt ZiflsLAt I IAt
At 1 oclock the Japanese Japan e eproaellecl ap appreached
preached so closely to the position held heldthe
J by the thsIevnth Wevtntto evnth regiment reai t ta Qiat the theilrd
Third ilrd battery could not not4er pass passder tIong un
der the crossfire and taking up a aaU position po ¬
sition aU Ion a short distance from m the Japans Japansese Japsnsee
ese remained there until the end or
the fighting losing its commander cmman cmmanLleuta
Lieutenant Lleuta Colonel Moravsky
A company with ith quickfiring quickfirlDlrwas guns gunswas gunswas
was brought up from the rear guard guardand guardand
and the aflleer eer commanding commandln this force forceseeing fosi fosing
seeing ng the diOcnit sitnation of Mora Moraskys Morayskys v vsb
skys sb battery tteory took up a position on Oftown hIs bfaown hIsown
own initiative He lost half of his me meand mea meand
and all Uhis his horses hOnJe8and and attempted at mpted to re remove reDtGNe remore ¬
move hto hi guns by hand to to the t shelter shelterof r rof
of the hills under the Japanese e efire HOBS
fire The quickfiring pieces discharged di diabout
about 35Wf 15 5OO bullets bulletsThe bulletThe bulletsThe
The Twelfth regiment cut its IS way wJand
thraugh and saved ved its colors colorsThe colorsbe colorsThe
The Second battery b ttery of the 8 Heath th tlae
brigade e having bavln avinattemp attempted to rejolu the thereserves ureaervu thereserves
reserves by another rot roqte could not m mascend at
ascend the mountain slopes with only on
half If its horses and andretumlD returning to its Itsoriginal i
original position received the Japan Japane ¬
ese e attack ttackThe
Bayonet 35 t Charge ChargeM chrgThe
M The The Eleventh regiment which held
its ground ar grpva vacJ for two hours more with withVy
heavy Vy losses forced a passage A at t the thetit
Mint tit of the bayonet and crossed the theravine therpvtne
ravine vine with its It colors It lost its col colonel cclonel ¬
onel We lost forty officers and about j
110 00 noncommissioned officers oae oers and men men meltt
t The T JApanese J losses must mu have ve ven
Ipen men n Ansormoug
TO 1 The e Russians retired In good ood order orderon orderOlf cideron
on Feng en Wang Van Cheng
ft Thelmen The en n of the Third division
maintained their excellent morale and n4
< tiger Jrer er AM wounded proceeded with their
regiments leB f > Feng Wang Cheng Gben Gbent
5 t aQ JmWJm DO OW
TsshttHwsJry y xa Lest aQOO JCsn K awl awlPortjr aacIForty sadPorty
Forty CMieers CMieersSt cen cen8t
St Petersburg May 5 S4t 34 a m mThe The
Russian losses at the battle tle of Xii
Lien Cheng were 2060 z men and nel forty
officers oIftcor offlcersftr far taater greater than previously re reported reported teported ¬
ported portedThis portedth
This th to the t theoIe o tol e OtIWtOfJor stim tbuetOt 4 S S of S > Ifajor
General Kashtalinsky whp directly IY
oonunanoed the 3ivisi 4farttsto ftM hfttsjdNre4 Jorj
the bnhit of 0 the attack attackand and whose whgiPre whgiPreport l ref refport
port was received e4x jea jeiybythe Kftt bJthe > yJthe em emperor emperor
peror Many anf are st fn61lh rnclfHefl ll10 to place ae C the
Russiafi losses even higher General
Kashtalinsky KalihaUn ky mentions also that more morethan moret morethen
than t 700 7 wounded ounded had arrived at Feng
Wang Cheng Chen and these may notbe n9t be in included ineluded ¬
cluded in his calculations He made madeno madeno
no attempt to estimate e the Japane e e10ll8etl I
losses merely stating that they must j
have been efriossal efriossalThe a
The magnitude m ltude of the Russian S losses aea I
had ait almost aImo stunning effect on D the thealltfao theasthotem j
author asthotem ies and nd aroused general grief griefmitlgaisd griefmitIgated
mitIgated tld only by satisfaction tl factlon at the theI
I bravery bravfYd displayed Yecf tIY y the Russian ualan
troop troop troopSUraIItch f fXasealttch
Xasealttch Censured CensuredNotfor e CensuredNotfor ltMI
Notfor Not for a moment lDOGentwu was there tbe any In I
tention to pay such uch a terrible terrible price for
delaying the enemys crossing er of the I
Talu ft This fact was known throughout throu out
the e city and gave rise to renewed re reports reports I
ports attributed atilt buted to official ollie lal sources that thatGeneral
General Kuropatkin had officially o con censured eenu conlured ¬
lured u Lieutenant General Zassalitch h I
If this tI was so Qeneral Kuropatkms Kuropatkmstelegraphed KurQpalrlnshed Kurqpatkfnstelegraphed
telegraphed hed critfcftun m of KasaaUteh ZaIlliaU was wascarefully wascarefully wascarefully
carefully cut out of f the dispatches dispatcheswhUrh dispatcheswh dispatcheswhich
which wh have been published and an the thegeneral tileneral thegenaral
general neral impression now held te isthat that t he hewttl hewill hewill
will remain in Manchuria ManchuriaKashtsllnskys ManchuriaKaahtllnskys Manchuria1ashtiiinsky
Kashtsllnskys report establishes e laea the thefart thefart thetact
fart that the Russians sustained the thegreatest thegreatest I
greatest t Joss in order to save the two tworegiments tworegiments I
tunic regiments imei1ts which were occupying An Dt Antunic j
The Eleventh regiment was wnn given veI the tpepost thetost
post of honor at the rear with it h instruc instructions InstructIm ¬ j
tIm ls to hold back the theonooming oncoming Japan Japanese Japanj Japanese ¬
ese The Twelfth regiment and the theThird theThird
Third batterys quick firing art detach detachment detachmont ch chment ¬ 1
ment were Hoe directed to retire retireAlmost retireA1maet retireAhuost
Almost Surrounded SurroundedBi I
t Bi H the time the latter movement t cmn cmnenre4 tnHleIed
HleIed enre4 the t Japanese had h d almost sur surrounded surrounded ur ¬ I
rounded the Russian RU position The TheTwelfth t tTwelfth ITwelfth
Twelfth regiment was compelled comptl to tocharge
charge with the bayonets and succeed succeeded succeeded ¬
ed in breaking through the th enemys enemysline enemysline I
line The Second Se ond batterys batter quick firing
detachment without horses could not notmove notmove
move mov the guns 08 and 4 were compelled to toabandon toabandon toabandon J
abandon them tlM The men of the Second Secondbattery 8edondbgttery
battery ttery put their shoulders to the thewheels tlaewheel8 thewheels J
wheels In an effort to push the guns gunsup gun gunsup
up the mountain aide but the theJ theJAre Japanese Japanesefire Japaneselire I
fire was so hot that they returned to tothe tolie tothe
the lie protection of the Eleventh regi regiKfcnt realt realNeater reginIsnt
Kfcnt KfcntNearer nIsntNearer t
Nearer and nearer approached the theJapanese theJapaneee theJapanese
Japanese and a charge upon upon the KIev Bleveath Kleveath KIevegth
eath regiment rq l8ftt and the Second battery batterywas batterywas betterywas
was imminent so the guns were ere aban abanJIriMt abandoced ¬
donedTriast doned
Triast Mt Led the Troo Troopa
Then a priest led the troops and nd they tlM7the
began the terrible march across ac the thevalley Utev thevilley
valley valleyKiii v villeyKIu Uey I
Kiii Kia LIen Cheng Clten Is history bistor bistormWit and we wemoat e emust
moat now deal 1 with tlftJ impending eml evnt4 evnt4said ersnt ersntsaid
said an officer ocer J of the general staff to tothe totile tothe
the Associated Press PrnJII8 PressThe I IThe
The idfeav has prevailed that the UteIda Rus Russians Rij Rijalone ¬
alone Ida would not make a stand at Feng
Wang Phong but the fact that thatanne a Jai Japanese Jaianese ¬
anese occupation of that point would wouldenable wouldenbte ou1d ou1de
enable e a movement veBaent to the aofcthwes aofcthwesthus thwe thwethus
thus th cutting si the Liao aegew aegewth Tung Tu Tun poole peninsula ntnaula poolecuts ¬
cuts which ela is taken into A Ab consideration considerationby
by b the authorities leads to the expec expectation expeetatlon ¬
tation that General Kuropatkhi will wmpatch willdispatch
I despatch patch strong stro reinforcements there thereand thereand thereand
and make a determined stand standThe atandThe standThe
The activity of the Japanese it is isremarked isrk isremarked
remarked rk here to not only north of ofthe oftlte ofthe
the Yaltt Ya from which there Is constant constantscenting eon constantscutlnE tant
scenting IICIt1Itl but also off the Ufto Tung Tungpeninsula TungnJt Tungpeninsula I
peninsula nJt though the th h failure to sealPcit seal sealPott I
Pott Arthur may iirteiferc with the theoperations I Ioperations Ioperations
operations they had been bellex expected ttedto to tocarry tocarryout I IerT
carry carryout out en n th west coaat of that thatpenluauia thatptnhasula thatpenIsasuIa
penluauia
Their r Eyes By Opened OpenedBerlin OpeaedBJl OpenedI3erLiri I I
Berlin BJl n May 4 4The The newspapers have havelargely haHlargely havelargely >
largely given up their disposition to tobeiltUe tobtUt tob41tUe
beiltUe btUt e Lbe 1 Japanese IM a1Ie8e victory on the theTalu theYau theYatu
Talu The first observations ob of the theeditors theedltor theeditors
editors are now followed by articles articlesrom artlclefrofli
rom military critics one of whom de dei deo1ri8thf deelat
o1ri8thf elat i r s th the loss of half the Russian ar artillery artltlf1 artllLery ¬
tillery spelfe deffat deffatCutitiiiued defet1hh t tTh
Th 1hh s Tit itir 1111111 j un th thttoL1ued d ctUetee ctUeteeCul
Cutitiiiued Cul inue on ra Pago Two >
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PARTY PARTYMANAGERS MANAGERS MEET MEETArrantftmants MEETArrantsmaats MEEThrran
Arrantftmants hrran emeDts Being Made For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the Rftpublican Ru bnca National NationalCenventlon NationalCoRventloll NationalWashington
Cenventlon CenventlonWashington CoRventlollWaalUnaton
Washington May Ala 4 4The The subcom subcommittee su sumlttee subeo subeomittee ¬
mittee of the Republican Repu Itepubll Ucan an national nationalcommittee natieeal natieealtcOmmlttee nationalcommittee
committee appointed to make arrange arrangements arrangemonte rrab rrabmeat ¬
meat for the t te national natio 1 convention met methere oaethere methere
here today for the purpose of complet completing c mpletill completlug ¬
ill a preliminary organisation of the theconvention UaeCORventlon theconvention
convention After agreeing that For ¬
mer Secretary of War Warwould Elihu 1lhu Root Rootwoa14 ROOtwould
would be recommended for temporary temporarychairman temporarychairman temporarychairman
chairman the subcommittee inlook inlooking In look lookIng lookIng ¬
ing up the precedents p nta found that it had hadbeen ba baheeD
been the custom for the full committee committeeto comnllt tee teeI I
to select the temporary chairman and andthis andtbis andthis
this will be done e at ata a meeting which whichChairman whlchJ whichChairman
Chairman C Payne Pay e will 111 call for Chicago ChicagoJune GhiCPJunt ChIcagoJune
June It ItCharles IiCharies 11Charles
Charles W Johnson John on of Minnesota Minnesotawas Minnesotaw Minnesotawag
was w agreed upon Up n asigeneral 1 genpral secretanrt secretanrtth
th o0v fnMi = JfftjHhntiiiHtee tt also alsogrWd alsoagreed IG IGt6
agreed to econtmend John IotmR R MaUoyof II IIof MaUoy MaIofof
of Ohio as aaatotaiit t secretary seven sevenother sevenoUt sevenother
other oUt assistant stant secretaries including
Walter Walt r S MelHck of ofCalifornia California five fivereading fivereading fivereading
reading clerks a clerk at the presi presidents preldents presidents ¬
dents desk an official reporter two twotally twotally twotally
tally clerks a messenger r to the chair chairman chaitman chahman ¬
man a sergesntatarms and assist assistant aiat aiatant saIstant ¬
ant and a chief let of C f doorkeepers d 00 rkeeper All Allwith Allwith
with the exception qf Meillck named as asone a aone aone
one of the assistant tant secretales are arefrom arefrom arefrom
from east of the Missouri river riverDetroit riverDetroit riverDetroit
Detroit May Ma 4 4JJneB James H Stone who whotoday wbotoday whotoday
today was selected for one of the assist assistant assistant ¬
ant reading clerks of the Republican con convention convention conventlon ¬
vention has ha been dead for or a number of ofmonth ofmontb ofniontha
month He was as a prominent citizen of ofthis oftlds ofthis
this city cityFRENCH elt eltFRENCH cityFRENCH
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RAVAGED RAVAGED RAVA D BY HURRICANE HURRICANEAlH
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Orent D DaIiIqe a as DOM to tof tov toSaigon t tS
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+ f Saigon French CochinChina CochinCbina1Ia4A CochinChlnaMay + f ff
+ f May 1Ia4A 4 4A A hurricane ravaged ved Co CoCI CoehInehhia +
+ ehntChina CI ft8My Mey ay 1 About outl00 100 TNI TNIf ative + 4lives
+ f lives w were re killed and great t dam damace + f
4 age was done ooe All the telegraph teiearaPbIInell telegraphlines + f
+ lines in Saigon Igo were destroyed dettroyedMany + 4Many
+ Many native vessels gtistained ned injuries in +
4 Juries but otherwise there wala no +
4 damage to shipping bJppl though h small smallcraft 4
4 craft in minor ports Buffered 4 4Largest 44kt
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+ if Special pecIal f t to The Herald HeraWT HeraldLos trald traldLo +
+ T Lou An Angeles < lea Cal May 4 4be 4beJarpst The +
4 Jargest argest hh b pmVIt > ment t of oliye oil < il ever evermad + 4T
4 T made mad r from the Pacific Pa ift < coast is Isfons 4 4
4 ronsignoit fons to Zionp Z1t Cooperative4 eo pel4Uve pel4Uvellereat1fl1w > + +
4 + Mercantile Mercsbthe4natltutknof institution UutloQ of Salt Lake LakeIt 4 4
4 It consfets ts of L090 eases and is IsCOIpIlped 4 4
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4 consigned by Jjfee Hill HIII1t A Co 4 of ofthis > f 4 4this
4 + this city It Ittf 4 4PANAMA 4 4S 4PANAMA
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PANAMA P NAMAS IS S W FAVOR FAVORe F FAVORDOULE AY10RFOfUJSLEST
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Panama May II 4 4The The proposal Ilo Ollal before beorethe betwethe beforethe
the assembly1 all that Panama should shouldadopt 8boa1dOpt shouldadopt
adopt Opt the United States S gold standard standardwaa standardWM standardwas
was rejected reJee after an excited discus ¬
sion sI bysixteen votes to t tgoverntoent thirteen The Thegowerninent
governtoent and the opposition itfOft itfOfthI parlies parliesdid Iaihodid
did hI not act as units The twp tw to one onesystem oneuste onesystem
system uste will he proposed pidpo ed todayth tGiIa7 the gpV gpVernment temmint g genun
ernment enun it to issue 2000090 088 ziTver dollars dollarsOf dol1aftne
l Of fine depositing deP IIIUng tn enough h m uoney we < < mey with withthe withtile withthe
the United States iates to guarantee the dif difference dl dlference ¬ i itereneebetween
ference tereneebetween between the actual and the thenominal thenOlltinal thenominal
nominal value of the issue issueDOG Issueem t tDQGBAUSES <
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DOG DQGBAUSES eAUSES gAUSESBIReKEN BtOKEN ARM ARMW
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A little yellow y llew dog do was the cause of
William Burns Bu a Chicago contractor
being injured inJu on the observation ear earyesterday e eyeeteldHY catyesterday
yesterday afternoon afern on In watching the theantics theahUcs theantics
antics of the animal Burns leaned over overthe overthe overthe
the side of the car as it was wa pawing ng
along Main street He declares de re that
the gate was us left open and his arm armcame armame armame
ame incontact iu cotltact with the wire pole
breaking the bone at the elbow Mr Mr9urs
Burns s was staying at t the Wilson hotel
After his injuries l InjurI juri were dressed he left
for Chicago
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+ 1 5 4
4 Omaha May 4 4Fraltk Frank Smith a atock 4
4 tock yard employee > at South SouthOmuha 4
+ Omaha shot and killed his wife wlffand 4 4and
+ and elghtenmonthofd son and andthfn 4
4 then fired a bulVt buIlt through his hishr h 4
4 own 0 hr in n 1 11 lit msti > j < uvubie UUIH i IS ISSigllf 4
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I lOW IOWA A DEMOCRATS DMOCRTSFOR FOR HEARST HEARSTDelegates HEARSTDelegates t
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Delegates Instructed to Vote Vot MS s M Unit UnitWeavcr Wwi WwiUstic of Popu PopuIlsth
Ustic J Fame f e One ft t the Four FourDtiepatesat FourI or orS orDlegtxat
S Dtiepatesat I atlTg8 rrge
E8 lOUiJCS MO1NBS la May 4 44llIant 44llIantS William WilliamR WiIlm fA fAR
D S R Hearst 11 earst swept flit field in the theIowa t theIowa e exwa
Iowa state Democratic Deluocr tk1OJventioti tk1OJventiotiheld eonVentloli eonVentloliheld onv ntioti ntiotiheld
held here today He had a majority majorityof maJ9fItor
of over 150 ln in th the convention n and 114
Hearst delegations delep ODs from Ute contested cq ef
counties were seated and Hearst H Heptea del delegates delegates ¬
egates were selected cr and the cpv cpvthai eovp vc
thai Instructed to vote as a Witt il Mid Midstands andstands
stands by Charles CIiMf Welsh as s meaAer rn sber r of oftbe ofthe atthe
the national committee committeeThe committeeThe f
The convention was wubol8t boiateroul and
the t he oratomof whom wbo m there th e wereon were wereon y yon
on both bot side aid sides were hi hithethhetnat hId e If
thethhetnat t theiti Iugdrtven driven from t tn tII tMJ v
n M Mlate MJ 1 W Wea
ea P Wfrom5 hm Jsfs
I w 81i111Wa late lat candidate for f sy
ernor M F Healy who came eut u of efa efaret ofretliement a aretirement I
retirement ret t of of8lx six years to 4otand do lt td nd
Deivner DeR May 4 4George George W Kramer Kramervice Knmevfee Kramervlce
vice president t of the Colorado COlora du Midland MidlandRailway f MidlandRailway Mia nd ndRallwal
Railway company COIQ vice viceprell president nt of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the Utah Fuel company compan and I president presidentof
of ott the Globe Express company died diedhere diedhere I I Ihere
here today of neuralgia of the t heart heartFor heartFor rt rtFor
For a tune Mr Kramerhas beenin beeBlf1l11 him In 111 IIIhealth
t health healtAft After r partaking partakln of dinner tI dh r be becomplained beCOInPIaIned hecolnpIsjned
complained of a depressed Pssd aed feeftng and andThe andY
tahYsleinna Y lc wevc summoned summonedThe
r
The heart affection developed devo l and anddeath anddeath andfoUowed
death followed ra raIdty diy y i i1Ir
Mr Kramer was born in Sandttsky
0 in 1811 With hi his parents he hewont went wen
Co iChanute Kan at the theqe age geaf ef 11
years y Coming to Denver Denv in isft II he I
immediately identified himself withhe wit he I
Denver A Rio Grande railway railwa and a was wasresponsible 8 8Jle
responsible Jle porwlble for the organization gf f the
Denver A Rio Grande Express company eGlPpa
and the Rio Grande Western We tUn tUncom Cypress Xxpresscompany I
company com lUqt which companies were we er re recently reI
I cently merged into the he Globe J1obeFIRETRAP Bxpress BxpressFIRETRAP gprse gprseFIRETRAPHOTELS
FIRETRAP FIRETRAPHOTELS HOTELS I
StRti Statistics tle Show An AppaUJnioas Appa1Uqo Ecu of ofItfe ofS
S Life ItfeDenver Lifepenver
PeDUr Denver Mat 4 4At At i the Jnte meeUeg or o
the Rocky Mountain Mou taln Hotel Meifti as association ¬
sociation today John JohnB B Lsufhjln qNfna a amember i imeaaIter
member of the executive board ead 41 a apaper aINPer apaper
paper on FireTrap Hotels Hot He JfeMid JfeMidIn said saidin saidInpart
in Inpart Inpartttistles part partStatistics pUtStatl
Statistics Statl tJca show a wholesale wboJ and too toofrequently tOOflequently
frequently unnecessary loss lo of vlu valuable vluble vluable ¬
able ble lives from hotel conflagrations in inthe inthe inthe
the past twentyfive yearn yeazae3 PO appal appalling ppd ppdIIns ppi1Hag ¬
ling that they almost stagger human humancredence buftUncredence humancredence
credence credenceWe credenceWe I
We cannot nay na must niue not close our oureyes
I eyes to the fact that an immense Imtnen pro proportion ro roportion roportion ¬ I
portion of those tho horrible calamities are arecaused arecaused re I
caused by gross 0118 negligence with wlt an analmost analtnMt analmdt
almost utter disregard of even the or ordinary ordinary ¬
dinary methods for proper protection protectionto
to hotel gt1e guest te aside from those which whichthe whIchthe whichthe
the laws afford and compel their own owners owners ownera ¬
ers to comply with the laws In render rendering rendering renderIng ¬
ing as safe fe as it to possible to make makethesa makethem e ethe
them the
fJT SOLD OLDTO TO JAPAN JAPANBridgeport JAPAJrBrid zi ziBridgeport
Bridgeport Brid eport < Conn cnn May 4 fCaptain fCaptainSimon 4CaptainSimon Captain CaptainSimon
Simon Lake who has arrived here from fromNewport fromNtwport fromNewport
Newport on on the submarine torpedo torpedoboat to torpedoboat do doboat
boat Protector was wa asked about the thereported therep thereported
reported rep re48le sale of the boat to the Jap Japanese J JneM Japanme ¬
anese neM government vemment He repUed You Tbucan Youcan Youcan
can say for me that I have received receivedno
no offers from any foreign govern governmen government governmciii
men ment H He added that t ha t it was true that thatthe thatthe t tthe
the boat had hp bern n pxamil1 xamiiifd d within a afew I
few fe daySpy days bY Jap Jail ii c t ffic tftI > hu hI t tval iin iinval
val attaches attah oi i f oirr oth oiPr r governments governmentstoave gOellUlHnt61 I
have ajso looked it over
pthe oers appealed ap appdaled to telr eir 1 party hf bj vain vataiInst vainInllt vaingatnst
gatnst Inst instructiene instructienelie Inflltrutttene
e lie Hearst peopte w wld > ld listen l to no nocMnpromise noctJnpromi8e nocIsupromlac
cMnpromise and andWadie Wade and SuWvan do dont dotbt
nt J4tappear tbt > t appear on the delegation It te 18by tohooded
beaded by J M Parsons arsonv of Rock Rap ¬
ids t 14 Oft other defecatesvatlarge being beingGeneral
General James mss B Weaver Wea er of Coifax Coifaxiadge CoIt ColfaxJqdge x xIu4
iadge William Carr of Manchester ter and andB andIB anda
IB a B Wadsworth of Council COUD ll Bluffs BluffsCries
Cries of bought brass collar collarJlhow collarlIo collarhow
Jlhow lIo how mach did it cost met the tileH theReart
Hearst H speakers whenever whene they at attempted attentgied
tempted to speak sad pandemonium pandtmonramr pDdenaon pDdenaon1aW4 pandemoniumrelgje4 I
r relgje4 ig 1aW4 ed in the convention 5 5St
St 1 The reaolnClofie adopted a tede ware mild mildntress mild13ag N Nin
13ag in in01u404 a I I IeltakatlOO
eltakatlOO taicam 1My yrat yratMrum teet I
ntress t on the trusts and point to Wl Wlliam
liam R Hearst as the champion of the theantitrust theantitrust I
antitrust anti tnurt Idea h 1 I
It
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ARMYOFFtCER ARMY OFFICER O ER MUST MUSTSpecial pI PLAI PLAISpecial l1lr l1lrSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWub HeraldWaahIngtQn
Washington Wub n May 24 J4Lieutenant Lieutenant Colonel CoIo William P PnVnher of the theS theTwentyeighth
S Twentyeighth infantry stationed ta 4 for many yean at Cheyenne me has
been called upon tij on by b tile he w war r department 4epartm nt to give reasons for Jilting JUt Miss MI
Carolina CaroUnaHarol4 Harold a clerk in Ifttbew the war department The wedding of Colonel
Pitcher and Miss bM Harold waa announced for March 1 and preparations
were made for a society 8O iet wedding Feb Feb2t 2 29 Colonel Pitcher left Wash ruh ¬
ington the only excuse given being bein that he was as called away He
rejoined his regiment at Ban Francisco and to I still there th re Mtos M Harold
made no complaint but influential friends took the matter up and nd
Pitcher was asked to explain His answer that he had changed hIs h mind
was it not deemed satisfactory by the war department and le has ba been
asked a for a more explicit explanation explanationGEORGE explanationGEORGE S
GEORGE W KRAMER OF UTAH FUEL CO CODIES CODIES COS
S DIES OFHEART Of HEART TROUBLE IN DENVER
company Mr Kramer Ki rame r leaves a widow widowand WdOWand widowand
and two daughter daughterMr da daughtersMr u ht2n ht2nMr
Mr Kramer ceme me into prominence Qce m In
Utah last winter as a a result of the
Carbon county fMunty unty strike As 81ee vice presi preel4ent ¬
dent of the Utah Fuel company and andresident andprldent
resident ldent of the he Pleasant Valley Coal Coalcompany Coaluepauy
company one of the subordinate bof ate cot corporations cotSsraUosis ¬
porations UOUS of the Utah Fuel company companywas
he was active in his enWts einrta to break breakthe breakthe
the strike Those who met him at that thattime
time learned that beneath a jovial ex ¬ I
terior was concealed an inflexible de determination detehninatlon dotermination ¬
termination He set a day when hen nego negotiations negotIstlons ¬
tiations with lth the striking employes employesshould employeeshould
should cease and after that day no nostriker nostrjker nostrkr
striker succeeded in gaining inJ an analldl analldlenee audi audience audience ¬
ence with him He would not permit permitstrikers permittrlke permitstrikers
strikers trlke to approach him on any pre pretest preI proteit ¬
test whatever Mr Kramer was nqt in inthe Inthe Inthe
the best of health during the time he hewas bew hewas
was w in the strike region He t frequent uent ¬
ly complained that he was not feeUng
Well and was under the care of a doe
5tor tor to part of the time UmeFATE timeFATE i
FATE PURSUES HIM
Polsr P X L Schmidt t t1NJ th Victim of Sev Sevi Ieoreral ev evra1
i eral ral Accidents AccidentsHelena Accid AccidHelena AesidentsHelens
Helena Mont May 4 4A A fele telegram telegramis ni
is I pursuing Peter E Schmidt which whichwil
1 wH wHI convey to him the news ne that his hisfour Idsfour hisfour
four children through his house being beingstruck beingstruck
struck by lightning were killed yes yesterday Yellterday yeaterdy ¬
terday in a cyclone c lone at t Cordel in Okl Okloma Ohio ¬
homa oma Schmidt is a member of the
Mennonite te society and a representa representative representalive ¬
tive of that society for Kansas Kan and andOklahoma andOklahoma
Oklahoma who together with another anotherrepresentative anotberr anotherrepresentative
representative r were in Montana re recently recently reeenuy ¬
cently making arrangements for the theestablishment theesbl theestablishment
esbl establishment bment of a ClOwy colo iy of 1500 1 UO Men Mennonites MenftOIIhett Menlionites
nonites at t Conrad north of Great t Falls
Three days day ago Schmidt left Great GreatFalls Great4s
Falls 4s but his present pre address is 8 not
known Last night a telegram was re received recelvd reeelvsd ¬
ceived containing the announcement of oftbe
the disaster mentioned Four years yearsago yearsago
ago Schmidts 8 hmldt house hou P was blown away a way
by a cyclone and members of his hi > tam f >
ily were injured Two years ago his
first wife fell down the
stairway of a acellar acellar acellar
cellar and was fatally fatall injured In yes yesterdays yetterd yeaterdays ¬
terdays terd ys accident his present wife
happened to be in the
barn and es escaped escaped tacaped ¬
caped the lightning stroke strokeSTARTED tJtrokeSTAJtTED atrokeon
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STARTED JTO FalL ROME HOJtBSpecial KOJ1Special ROMESpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWBhhtcton HeraldWashington
Washington May 4 4Senator Senator War Warren Warrfn Warron ¬
ron left here this evening < for his home homeIn homeIn
In Cheyenne He will ill return east May
21 to attend the graduation exercises exercisesat
at West pst Point Military H IfHdfmy < ulmy hiie hiieoi ing ingt
t oi o the board uf It visitors vjs V1S1t urJ tppuiiiei tppuiiieito iS < v iithl <
to tJrcpr represent < scnl tbe senate s nate oa that occa occasion OCilAo occaicn ¬ JI JItJrcpr
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SHERIFF QUINNWASDEAD QUINNWAS QUINN QUINNWAS
WAS WASDEAD DEAD EASY EASYffis EASYBite
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Bite Ide dfftotr ffil Worked W rkMl Far a a8oter aS aSoki
8oter S Oktr t to the Quetns Q e n s Taste TasteDiPE Taste TasteDr6PEIF
DUPE Dr6PEIF DF DUE FITZMILLER FITZMILLERA
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1Ca TO TOU 09 Axnxjwa A XILLDJG wsrcai wsrcaiHVIFJpb wmamIe WLGKAv
HVIFJpb Av OQGTCR2KKD OQGTCR2KKDf
f S IP te 5 The HerahU llscai
1 G ODBN J Mpr 4rSri 4 frttamttler frttamttlerI Iltamlllerwho
0 0GDKM I who be was Jopl n ployd by Sheriff SheriffQvtea 8IteritfQuIaa bert bertQulax
Qvtea of B W ie to trace and ar arrt atrest 1 1rf
rt rf t Charies Lennox wanted te MODtor Moatans MOD Monrtana
tans for rnapder shot s and killed the themurderer therurderer themurderer
murderer after a long chase in the thebrush thebnult thebrush
brush and atoosjhs northwsst WlllJt of the thecity tbecity thecity
city The body of Lennox fell into intothe Intothe Intothe
the water of a branch braacbot of the Ogdeuriver Ogden Ogdenriver ea eariver
river and d remahied there all day Tues Tuesday Ta TaMy Tueaday ¬
day and Tuesday y night nightThe nlabtThe nightThe
The story of Fitsmillers PI illere chase cba and andarrest andarrest andarrest
arrest of the fugitive his h long Ion sleep sleeptees sleepIH sleepless
tees ride with his wrist fettered to tothat toUtat tothat
that of bra prisoner the doomed mans mansdash man manesdash i ifor
dash for liberty the tbeloll long toilsome toilsomeexciting toilaomeexcltiIW toilsomeexciting
exciting chase through brush brutal over overfences oVerfenees overfences
fences and across croas stream 1It the firing firingof
of the fatal shot and the strange aJlCe re revutoton ICV1ilalon revUislon
vutoton of f fo feeling Upg Unit came CIIJ1I with the tbeknowledge theDOWIecIce theknowledge
knowledge that he bad killed a man manwere manere manwere
were ere all told to t Sheriff S erUf Quinn by byFttzmiller byIItsmlllet byFltxinlllei
Fttzmiller in a wonderfully wondfrfUllygraPblc graphic and andconvincing andrimrtndna
convincing manner mannerXQ msnnerS aer
aerrnttIL
S XQ qrttk Tkttta in It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The remarkabl part of the story is tothat isthat isthat
that there to not a word ord of truth in init init inIt
it FitxmiUer appears ppears r to be about the themeat theMp thesheet
meat adept hot air alraJtW artist that t ever everfooled everfooled everfooted
fooled a sheriff aheri < into traveling a thou thousand tMunet thousand ¬
sand net miles m and he is not related to toAngus toAasK toAngus
Angus AasK M Cannon jr either eitherFltamitter eitherPlbmllier eitherFitamiller
Fltamitter whose absence so worried worriedSheriff worriedSheri worriedSheriff
Sheriff < Quinn all of Tuesday and andcrused andcpuled andetued
crused him bl with other officers otIice to tosearch tolKaJh tosareh
search the brush h and fields all along alongthe alongthe
the Southern Pacific tracks with the theexpectation theexpectation theexpectatIon
expectation that Fitsmillers dead body bodyvould bod bodould bodyvould
vould ould be found appeared kite te at night nightand nlgbtand nightand
and said he had followed his prisoner prisonerwho prisonerwho prisonerwho
who had Jumped from rwn the train as it itwas itwas Itwas
was entering Ogderi O He related with withminute withminute withminute
minute particulars and with wonder wonderful wonderfat ondertal ¬
fat vividness vividne a te teec t cbase and the killing killingHe killingHe
He told every detaiof deta t his h subsequent subsequentactions subsequentactions
actions how be rested and dried him himself hlmeelt himself ¬ I
self at a farmhouse e and then came on onfoot oafoot
foot to Ogden I
Pttsmmar D1oppasd D1oppasdlie > Ifln4 Ifln4He
He arranged arr to pUnt the ojfifeers pars and andtbe andthe
tile coroner coroner to the place e Wednesday Wednesdaymorning W4dDel1daymornlq Wednesdaymorning
morning and then went w te bed with withQuinn wi wiQn wILDQginn
Quinn who worn out with his long longtabors 10 10labera longlabors
tabors slept roundly roundlyFitxmiUer WOUndlyFltsmIlIer uoundlyFitniniller
FitxmiUer got up ewly rhy and told the thedrowsy tbedrowlIT thedrowsy
drowsy officer he would meet him at atoclock atI
I oclock o lock Then he proceeded to van vanton vanlab vanIsh
ton and no trace of him has been beenfound beenfount
foundThe found fountThe
The farce began n several weeks ago agoat a80Calt agoat
at Calientes Calt where Sheriff Quinn of ofSilver of811fti ofSilver
Silver om xmxt i > 0 mtmmi elftPl CTiptoyed CTiptoyedFHzmilter einpkusdFitzmIter n4 n4FItn
FItn FHzmilter 1fer to search relator for one Lennox LennoxVho Lennoxbo Lennoxwho
who bo was wanted for murder m Fits Fitzmiiler FltsalUer FitsIsliler
miiler telegraphed or had a telegram telegramSent telegramatnt telegrament
Sent ent Monday ond 7 from froln5Teco Tecoma 1a i Nev tell ¬
Ins Quinn be had the man was wa bring ¬
lug him to Ogden and that Quinn Quinnshould Quinnahould Quinnshould
should send d him W by b wire wireTJlOMKsV wireUJfDtQ wireUXDU
TJlOMKsV nOTTKirCB cm OF A OPwan DBJLTH DBJLTHHam
Ham Tot Whom Qb ina Was Seareh Searehins earekhig rea
I ins ia hig Im a fMvudsrer fMvudsrerButte 1UJdrr 1UJdrrButte umdersrButte
Butte Mont May Ma 4 iCharles Charies Len Lennox Lennox Lennor ¬
nor nox for whom Sheriff Quinn of Silver StiverBow SilverBow
Bow county to I searching Iha blng in Utah Is tewanted Iswanted iswanted
wanted here for the murder of Charles ChariesWilliams CharlesWilliams I
Williams a B B A ft P freight con I
ductor at t Silver Bow Junction this thiscounty thiscounty
county in May Ka 1M 1 Lennox was wasfound wafound wasfound tbilil
found guilty and nd condemned to death deathIn i i1ft
In August t 1W 1 lP he broke Jail with six sixothers sixothers
others including his III accomplice James JamesMartin JameaMartin JamesMartin I
Martin Martin was w recaptured and andhanged
hanged here last at February Should ShouldLenox ShouldLennox I
Lennox be recaptured pWftd be will be hung hungat I
at once as when he broke Jail the su sopreme I Ipreme
preme court abrogated bin right t of ap p plieal pieaI
peal liealFAILED
4 on a aFAILED e
FAILED TO EARN FIXED FIXEDCHARGES FIXEDCHARGES j
CHARGES AND TAXES TAXESBoston TAXESBoston I IBo
Boston Bo ton May 4 4At At the annual meet meeting meetlug ¬
lug of the Mexican Central Railroad Railroadcompany Railroadcompany Railroadcompany
company limited IImfttdlu in this hlm city tOd today a areport areport I
report repo rt to the stockholders showed that thatas thatas
as a result of the yearp year operations the thecompany theoompany thecompany i
company failed to earn the fixed fixedcharges ftx ftxleba fixedcharges
leba charges and taxes aseabF by about 150000000 5150000000gold 150000000gold I Igold
gold goldJ
J K Mitchell Mlt Charles K 1 Perkins Perkinsand P Perkinsmud rkin8 rkin8alid
and James Piper were elected directors directorsfor dlrectorfor
for the fiveyear ftvey ar term The remainder remainderof
of the board to as follows f To serve serveuntil erveuntil serveuntil
until IMS H Clay Pierce Eben Rich itkhA Richartis
ants A A Robinson to serve until
1 1001 W K W FOBS H R Nickerson C CD CD
D 1 Simpson SlmpsonJ J l C Van Blarcom Blare Jn to toserve tountil toserve
serve until l6 K C Creefy J Fer Fernandex Fernan4ea Fernandes
nandex P M Pel RIo RI de Jfemacona JfemaconaE
E Tenley to serve until unUII905 19K B Jone Jone JoneuI < j jJ
J IX Johnson Gabriel Morton Carlos CarlosRives CaJ10eRivet CanoeRives
Rives RivesALL RivetALL S
5
ALL THE ROADS ROA S WILL WILLMAKE WILLIAKE WILLS WILLMAKE
S
MAKE CONCESSIONS CONCESSIONSPortland
Portland portla d May Ma 4 4It It has been an announced announced ¬
nounced in this tit city by the Northern NorthernPacific NorthernPacific
Pacific Railroad andthe and the Oregon Rail Railway RaIlway Railway ¬ j
way 1 Nauttiios N v4gajMoa sprnpany mimpy papJ that the thetranscontinental tbetran thetyanaconttnentt
transcontinental tran tW ns acv hs met the j
> n tile wssivm m Wi SK in the mat roatIter matter matter
Iter ter of f free tra tionatI sMTtasion for drovers droversland droversand vers versd
land and d caretakwrs l tf JNtaloek ock hi transit transitand t transitafld natt nattI
and their return iot ptnt t of shipment altlPID8ntOr slpmentOn
I I On May 2 when 4b < haf n1Oada n1Oadamade westgrn wes rn roads roadsmade roadsmade
made this concession It was stated statedthat statedthat atatedthat
that the transcontinental trn ntlnental roads were werenot wereot werenot
not ot affected Since tb the letter tter roads roadshave roedhave roadshave
have taken Individual l action in the tbematter thematter thematter
matter matterARBITRATOR matterAIfBITRAtUJ matterARBITRATiON
e
ARBITRATOR WILL WILLSETTLE w WILLSETTLE LL LLS
SETTLE S TTLE DIFFICULTY DIFFICULTYRio
Rio Janeiro May 4 ITIIe The Associated AssociatedPress AHoclatedPTcst AssociatedPress
Press correspondent corre pondent is I assured ured by b guy government guyernment ¬
ernment officials who are in a position positionto
to speak l by authority that while the theBrazilian theBrazilian
Brazilian and Pertfvian ln armies are being be being being ¬
ing reinforced oa the frontier between betweeni
the two countries countrletwar war is improbable improbableThe
The > differences over o er the boundary boundar line lineare Jtnearf lineare
are the subject of diplomatic negotia negotiations neaotiaHons negotlations ¬
tions and will probably result re ult in arbi arbitratkn arbltrathn arbitratict
tratkn There is no excitement here hereas hereas
as the people are utterly utte1l indifferent on onthe onthe onthe
the matter matterFOWDSB
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 4
+ FOWDSB POW > BJi MTTT MTTTNewport UOjQI mlf mlfNewport +
4 5
5 4
+ Newport Ind May 4 fA A powder powderf pOwdermill +
4 f mill near here blew up today Four Fourmen 4 +
4 men were kiUed and two were in inf injun +
4 f jured jun Ten thousand thou and pounds of vipldfr f
4 pnwder exulf t etnIoded xlld > dfd d a ndthf < Jthe bodic bo i of nfr f fuf I It
t 5 < uf r i tl ktlins W1 VVT C > iiifV io I n1t 1 iuio lH lHUO tLO 4 4url f fsu
su UO < n small nial pieces that they thf could couldhf f fiHit
4 > iHit r hf h e picked up f
4 + 9 + + + + + + + + + + +
455a L fa faGREAT
GREAT STRIKE STRIKEIN
IN 5 PROSPECT PROSPECTFifty
4 + 5
Fifty Thousand Men 11 WIll WIllOm ff N NOut bsOttt
Out If Work In Chwyo ChwyoTEAMSTERS ehioa ehioaTEAMSTERS
+ 4
S STEAMSTERS
TEAMSTERS ARE lO LOCKE CKED O TBULI1nf < WT WTBUIUfelfS
4 + 5 5BUILItnm
BUIUfelfS WILL BE AT STAID A6TAJTtHICAOO A ftuJll ftuJllEILL STAIDITTIL
EILL 1ftDm QUO1 I ICI iS
S 4 4C
tHICAOO C OO May 4Fifty thousand thousandr tademplo <
CI C S r workmen employed emplo In the t building buildingtrades buildingOs lIdiq lIdiqtradee
trades Os in this t city cltyWW will be thrown thrownout thrownout1JI thrownout
out out1JI vt employment within fortyeight j
hows according ing to the th statement jtat nt of ofthe oftIM ofthe
the Association latlon of ofJlanutaCt Manufacturers n and andBuilders andBuDden andHuildors
Builders in building materials I erlals unless unlessa
a speedy settlement to reached between betweenthe betweentbe betweenthe
the stone lime and nd cement cement workers ora and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their employers Nearly N r 1409 1 team teamsters teamten teamstore ¬
ten hauling building and street work workmaterial workmterlal workmaterial
material were locked out today becausethe because becausethe becausethe
the union had called a strike in two twocases twocaaet twoeases
cases caaet and work on on a number of build buildIngs buUdIn buildtugs
tugs In was wa stopped stop because the supply of ofbuilding ofbuilding ofbuilding
building material had been exhausted exhaustedWhen eChaustedWhen eghaustedWbtn
When contractors appealed to ma material material ¬
terial 51 men to rush their orders they theywere tJKoywere theywere
were told that no more material would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be furnished until a settlement of some somekind omekind somekind
kind had been reached with the unions unionsAs unionsnone unionsAs
As none of the contractors CQn acton has more morethan morethan
than a meager supply of material on onhand onhand onhand
hand construction on buildings side sidewalks sldewllrs sidewalks ¬
walks and other work of that character characterwill chaNcterwUl characterwill
will be at a standstill unless the con controversy controversy eontreversy ¬
troversy to speedily peedi settled settledBoilermakers settledaoUeraaakera settledS
S Boilermakers Out OutNew OatNew OutNew
New York May 4 4All AH 1I the large ship shipyards shipyards hipFards
yards in the Metropolitan district ex exopt exoept except
opt that of the Boston Dry Dock com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan In Brooklyn and the yard of Let LetJen Letjen LetJen
Jen A Martin in Hoboken are tied up uptoday uptoda
today toda as a result of the strike of the thebellerlllaker theboilermakers
bellerlllaker
Five thousand and are involved and work workmen workmen 011 011men ¬
men of other trades tnul may be affected affectedJohn dectedlohn ftectedJohn
John McNelll cNein of Kansas City inter international InternatfObai international ¬
national president of the boilermakers bollermakersauthorised boilermakersauthoriaecf boilermakersauthorized
authorized the strike trike The organism organization organ organismtlon ¬
tion to said to have 200000 in Its relief relieffund relieffund relieffund
fund and nd the twelve local lodges are arealso areal arealso
also o well supplied pplled with money moneyTIae
The yards yars and shops affected are arethose aretho arethOSP
those whose e owners are members of the theNew theNew theNew
New York Metal Trades association associationwhich aa oclatlonwhicb aesatlatlonwhich
which body yesterday refused refu e4 to grant grantthe grantthe grantthe
the boilermakers demand for the closed closedshop clolledhop eloeedshop
shop and the admission of walking
delegates to all shops and jobs
Strike 3trikst at atPltt Pit PitPlttsbiirg Fittsburs FittsbursPittsbnrg
Pittsbnrg Pltt burg May 4 4A A strike which Is Isexpected IseXlNICted Isexpected
expected to extend to an international internationalmovement InternationallIIOyetnent Internationalmovement
movement against the American Bridge Bridgecompany Brldeeeonrpany Bridgecompany
company was ordered today by the lo loeal 10 10eal 10cal
eal onion Ion of structural Iron workers workersand workebrldpmen workersaid
and l 1n an bridgemen and over 100 men menwfll menwtll menwill
will go out in this district tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowfte tomorrowThe
The strike is called bee because the union unionclaims anionclatU uniondalEs
claims thirtyfive nonunion men were wereput wereput ere eret
put t to work last Tuesday y erecting ere tlne a abridge aqe abridge
bridge qe for the Buffalo Rochester RooIteIterPUtJlburw RochelterPlttaburg ft ftPtitsburg
Ptitsburg road at Coral Pa This action ac meI ¬
I tion It Is claimed te a violation of the theagreement thet
t to t employ none nonet but union union unionmen
I men The order will affect all work workbtfing I
btfing elig done by the company throughout throughoutthe I Ith
1 tb th United States and Canada j
WEBSTERONTHE WEBSTER OkfH STAND STANDEffort STANDEffort I Iv IEffQrt
v
Effort of General Tyners TynersCounsel TYDersCounssl TynetsCounsel
Counsel te leacW1tnISI Impetcto Hit HitWitHMI e eS
S WitHMI WitHMIWashington W1tnISIWshington WttwessWashington
Washington May 4 IRlchrd Richard M
Webster resumed the stand in the theTyner theTyner theTyner
Tyner and Barrett trial today
A S s Worthington counsel ou n el for de defense den ¬
fense enee n crossexamined 1ined the witness in inregard inresant Inregard I
regard to his testimony tNtlmon as to the pro procedure prooedure proctedure ¬
cedure in lottery cases and the rule ruleby ruleby ruleby
by which dch the fraud orders ordenft are re recom recommended recomm recoinmended ¬
mended m and nd asked if his testimony te be before before before ¬
fore the grand Jury had been the tb same samesu me
as on the stand today toda Assistant AssistantUnited AssistantUnited
United States District Attorney Tag Taggart Taggart
gart Objected but Justice Pritcbard Pritcbardpermitted Prithardpermitted Pritchardpermitted I
permitted the question que tioft for the pur purpose purpoeeof perpose ¬
pose poeeof of impeaching the witness and on onno onno onno
no other r ground groundMr groundMr
Mr Worthington argued that if it itwould itwould itwould 1
would be shown that the testimony of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the witness had varied on the two oc occasion occasione ¬
casion the court would he bound uod to toquash toqu toquash
quash qu the indictments The witness witnessdeclared witnessdeclared UnHSdecla
declared decla that bis answers before the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand Jury and petit Jurie were ere in intended intended ¬
tended > d to convey conv < y the same > meaning meaningThe mea meaningThe ning ningTtae
The witness said that the cases ca es of ofsuspension ufsuPlelUrion ofsuspension
suspension reported from the office o ee of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the fourth assistant postmaster gen general genral gencml ¬
eral ral were first submitted to Huebner Huebnera Huebnermell
a member Kr of the office force ton In re regard 1 1to regard ¬
gard to the bond investment companies companiesunder companiesVnder companiestinder
under suspicion Mr Webster said 5a d be behad beba behad
had ba little knowledge knowl
I
GAY OLD OLD5Xw RtS RtSfew
5Xw few Jersey Whres WtYanr wiir Bfn the th thS Usual UsualOrder trllUalOrdar
S Order OrdrfTbIngs OrdrfTbIngsNew of Things ThingsNewYork ft1aPNew
NewYork New York May May 4 Twentyone Twenty hum imsbands
bands who reside in Bayonne BaYOII ne N J Jhave Jh4ve 1 1have
have met and organized the Married MarriedMens MarriedKetas MarriedMens
Mens AntiEuchre party They de declare decl deelate ¬
clare cl re it Is time their wives and other othermens othermeto
mens B wives were cured of the pro progreasive prareu1ve pr3grmslve
greasive euchre habit bal lt and sii repose to touse to0IIe touse
use all their efforts e to establish = such sucha
a cure Several 8everalletten letter from other othertowns otbertow othertowns
towns tow and cities citi were read endorsing endorsingthe
the movement
A gentleman of the Jiang ngs iff Kicks KicksJ Kickmin
in accepting pie he preIIId presidepejot J jTof ot the th new newIt new1IO newsoei
1IO soei ty paid paidIt d
It It to high time we e asserted our ourmanhood ourmanband
manhood manband and made a determined effort effortto effortto ort ortto I
to down this habit which Ida threatens to towreck towrack
wreck our borneo Many a night nla t I Ihave Ibeve Ihave
have had to walk the t e floor with the tbebaby t thebaby e ebab7
baby until 2 or 3 oclock waiting until untilmy untilmy untilmy
my wife returned from a euchre party partyIt
It has got so that the theclubs clubs meet t every everyafternoon everyaftern everyafternoon
afternoon cm and evening and are now nowtalking nowtalJUu nowtalking
talking about playing play in on Sunday SundayOther SU1 SundayOther ay ayotber
Other men spoke in a similar sinai vein veinand veina veinand
and a resolved to curb the popularity of ofeuchre ofeucJa ofeuchre
euchre by l y every mean in their powur powerFOREST powurFOREST powurm powurFOREST
m
FOREST FIRES ARE ARERAPIDLY AIERAPID ARES ARERAPIDLY
S RAPIDLY RAPID Y SPREADING SPREADINGTomahawk 8PrEAlIIQ 8PrEAlIIQTomahawk SPREDII4GTomahawk
Tomahawk Wis iiblY s May M y 4 fForest fForestftrs 4Forestfires Forest Forestfires
fires are burning and spreading rapidly rapidlyI i iin
in this section and north l111rt l of her h and andalong adalong
along the Soo railroad Homesteader Homesteaderand Ho peJIl hltn1 hltn1and i
and farmers are suffering losses lossesthrough losthroQp lossesthrough
through the burning of buildings A Adispatch Adi Adispatch
di dispatch from Eland Wls Vu gays travel travelers traveler travelbrs ¬
ers er from the north report Ie ort the woods woodsfull wOQCfull woodsfull
full of fires A message from Eldren Eldrena
a village nine miles southwest SUUtl1t 8t of hero herosays he he6aYs hercsays
says fire is creeriirK Irft reetirg > ning up ui 0 the huil huiidj huiidjand tut1tnand li s sand
and asks for assistance assistanceQTVTWTIGATIOH auitanceor assistanceIyTWATION
QTVTWTIGATIOH or yziG4T10 BEGUN BBGUNNew BEGUNNew BEGUNNew
New York May 4 4An An investigation investigationinto ill > 8tigation 8tigationinto
into the affairs of Vo o oo4end < 1end < t tthe o othe 0the
the suspended u pfndd stmk Id t k broktras firm firmV flr flrwalt itriswas
walt V begun L I < t > Srii Sriiock > d > i ioek
< ock as ts 5 sjxi s4 p iil I examiner uuMft uuMftrter Uwi UItisdci U
rter granted hy h hs Ju JlIj Juig ig > H Ho t sf 11 > f ihc Lnil Lniled Luitcd Liiited J
ed States district d trict court I
MAY i BE MURDER MURDERDONE MURDERDONE MURDERDONEFORMONEY
DONE DONEFORMONEY DONEFORMONEYY FOR MONEY MONEYMy MONEYf
f
My Y Disctvtrtd Nar Murray Murraynat MurrayS
S That TktsfOiLsng of 0 J Lang LangA LangIAD g1AI4GICNlIUWIEN
54 54P1D40N11iUWWEN T A t
IAD 1AI4GICNlIUWIEN 4 ON Mill WHEN ALIVE ALIVEGJJUBC ALIVECAJIB ALIVEc1
S
GJJUBC c1 AID PAPKB MISSING MISSINGjnoor KISSINGQDaft8 MISSINGwAZ
jnoor wAZ QQWFfu iS WAI POUND TOUNDSIBLJS JOUNDO
1 1flOSSIBLN
O 8IBLB SIBLJS murder l urder to 1 the theory theorvI th theoryrWblch or l
I r rWblch v which the t local authorities thorities thoritiesworking ai aiworking d1world S
working world in act attempt to clear clearthe cltarUte eletrthe
the mystery surrounding the death deathO dPct s n <
O J Long wIIIoIiIe whose dead body with r rbullet t tbuJlet tbullet
bullet wounds in the 4kull 1111 was fou founear f funear vUl vUln8U
near Murray Mu J Tuesday morning T Tbody ibody i ibody
body was Identified as that of u uwho I L Lwho I Iwho
who is foreman torem of construction eon of s sf sfWestern n nWestern r I
Western Union Ul on Telegraph company companyManager companyJlaaapr compa o s sManager <
Manager A H May ay of Salt Lake ia ialast lalast Ialast <
last night The body bod was also view viewby vie vieby i = I Iby
by a number of linemen Unemenwho who had hadmenly r rmerly futerly <
merly worked under Longand Long and was wasthen as fu futher u uther
ther identified by b them themLong themLong themLong
Long had upon his person when U Useen 1 1seen 1seen
seen in Salt IAkeOty Lake City Monday eveni eveniabout etnitaIaout e vs it itabout
about 490 His coat pocket pock q were cre til tilwith ti tiIwith I Iwttla
with papers some of value Upon t tcorpse tcorp tcorpse
corpse e was found only a 2 24 the rest restthe restthe t ttbe
the money and the paper having di diap ii iiappeared Isappeared
appeared appearedthe ap eared earedrhe S SThe
the fact too that there are no J idec It Itder v vder
der stains to mark the place when 11 11bullets I Ibullets sbullets
bullets entered the mans mouth mouthlooked mout1looked iiiotilooked
looked upon as an additional eviir eviirof eidof eviiof
of foul play Long wa was not a drinks drinkinman dril1kilman drinksman
man and the theory of suicide as ii iiresult I Iresult sresult
result of a prolonged debauch is i n ngiven itgiven
given credence by those who know hin hinSix hi hsSix I I8Ix
Six hours previous to the time his i bod bodw > a awa i iwas
wa w was found he was w looking for lincnu lincnuto lillPnwto Ilitesutto
to work along alon the San Pedro His Hi ii iiwere i itesrttoa istendons
tendons were sfcordinsr to Mana Mallajit r
May to go to Ogden JI on Tuesday Tuesdaymorning TU Tuesisymorning SlldY SlldYmom
morning mom
morningStatement
Statement by Mr X1Loq May XajLong MayLong
Long had been te the employ of f th thWestern t tWestern Ii IiWeetern
Western company for fc wveraJ veral years yearsthis eal i ithto it
this t city said Manager May las lasnight la lanltlht lanight
night He was paid off Monday Monda y K Khad s t thad
had in his pockets several hundred d doJ doJI 1 < i ilars 1lars
lars I belonging to himself and as mu muSL muSLagain < h hagain tl tlaalln
again that was coming to the in nwn tm n nhis in inhto illhla
his gang ans Inquiry has developed > d th thfact thfact t h hfact
fact that the men were not paid off offlast ufflut I Ilast
last saw Long in the office hoiv hoivMain hf p < sMain > > JMain
Main street but believe that he l lift > ft IIH IIHroom l lroom
room in the Albany hotel h l Monday niph niphand lIi iigs iigsand l land
and pent part of the night uptown It
was w to have gone to Ogden the n 11minc isx isxmorning XT XTmorning
morning minc Tuesday to attend to sums sumswork SOIl1 SOIl1ork sousework
work ork there for the Western Union UnionI
I bad no reason rea onto to doubt thai t h hwas 1 1was 1 1W1UI
was there until today when some of his hismen hi himen himen
men reported to me the fact f t that thK t h hhad hhad hhad
had not turned up for work 011I as usual usualI U Ual UalI
I Immediately thought of the Murrat Murratcase MurnneaR s scase
case and went to the undertaking par parlors pa parIons 1 11011I ¬
Ions I was quite sure it was Long
but had several vera of his 1daIIen men fully iden identify identit identhy ¬
tit him hi later in nthe the evening eveningTTgqsJtjr ev evU evepl eveplUsUy S
TTgqsJtjr U Carried 5ri4ad Papez On Person PersonLong PenonLone PersonLeng
Long told me only a few nights ag ao aothat >
that he was w a single nele man I have wirfl wirflto wirHto w rt I Ito
to general headquarters at Omaha in inorder inorder it itorder
order to ascertain if possible who hi hiparents hints hiparents
parents nts are and where here they reside residerecord A Arecord Arecord
record is kept there of all foremen but butI
I hardly expect an aner before to tomorrow t imorrow ¬
morrow morning I am surprised
n not i iatone S Salone
atone at the discovery of the disap disappearance disaipearani ¬
S pearance of Longs money but also at atthe attbe a t tthe
the fact t that there were found upon UponI uponbInt
him no paper He usually carried his hispockets hi hipoerets hispockets
pockets full of orders and railroad railroadThe railroadTIle railroadpss
pss pssThe
The dead man wa was about K years of ofage ofJIor ofsap
age for the past few months he haa haaresided haaat hasresided
resided at the Albany hotel hotelThe hotelTIle hotelThe
The matter tter is to be investigated by
SheriffEmery 81Mrta bsriff Emery and the local police au ¬
thorities In the meantime the body bodywill hod bodywill y
will probably be interred at the expense expenseof
of the Western Union UnionWILL UnionWltl UnionWiLL
Uniona
a =
WILL CONNECT CONi ECT WITH WITHTHE WITHTHE S STHE
THE MOFFAT ROAD ROADBoulder ROADBouI4ar
4 + Boulder Colo Cob May 4 4Tbf The > Col Colt ColOISdo +
4 t omdo A Northwestern railroad railrOQAIwu 4 4was
+ was sold by United States Com Comm + 4missioner
+ 4 missioner m II Io Hinsale of Denver i iBoulder in inBoIIJder 4 4Boulder
+ Boulder under foreclosure forecl re for forI1MMO forto 4
+ I1MMO to Colonel 8 B Dick of ofstockholders ofPen +
4 Pen PennsyLvania 871varda one of the > largest largeststeelda 4
4 + steelda stockholders lden and nd bondholders in 4 4 l
4 f the company The road has been 4 4constructed 4constructed
+ constructed < from Boulder to Ward WUda 4 t
4 f a distance of nineteen miles and andColonel 4 4Colonel
+ f Colonel Dick has ba announced his ht 4 f
4 f intention to extend it to Kldora 1 4
4 where laere it will connect with the tb new newDenverSalt 4 4
+ f DenverSalt Lake road which D 4
4 H Moffat to building buildln buildln111t < 4 4KilG 4IG
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
S
111t KilG IG V lYiJHE THE GlACE QIACEOF GlACEOF GRACES GRACEOFTHEWEGICIDES
S
OF OFTHEWEGICIDES THE REGICIDES
VtoMM May II 4 fMr Mr Jacobson the thsUnited theU theUltnd
United U States minister to Greece Rouervia RouwaI Rou Rouand
waI and nd Servia will go to Bel Beltomorrow BeltoJDonow Begradel
gradel = tomorrow where he will spend spenda
a few day n and present his creden credential credentiaIe credentials ¬
tial tiaIe to King Peter A telegram from fromBelgrade fromBelpoa4e fromBelgrade
Belgrade says 711 that elaborate prepara preparations preparatlon preparationa ¬
tions are being made for King Peters Peterscoronation Peterscoronatioe Peterscoronation
coronation June 15 the anniversary of ofhto orelection ofhim
him election to the throne by the Ser Servian Serparliament Setvi1t ¬
vian parliament The coronation will willtake willtake willtake
take place at Kosieritza Ko the ancient ancientpalace ancientpalace t tpalace
palace for the coronation of Servian Serviankings 8e1ianId Servianhinge
kings Id where the late King Alexander Alexanderwaa
was anointed but not crowned crownedDEIS crownedDrEIS S
S
DEIS WILL DECLINE DECLINETO
TO BE E A CANDIDATE CANDIDATEChicago CMiDIDATEClalcaco CANDIDATEChicago
Chicago May 4 4When When the Socialist SocialistnftJiVyqai SocialistnaAmiai
nftJiVyqai convention met today to nom nominate nonllnate nomtaste ¬
taste candidates for president and vice vicepresident vieepresident ke keprewent
president the delegate were met t by bya y ya
a report that Eugene V Debs of Indi Indiana In mdiapa i ¬
ana would decline to accept the nom nomination nomln nojnmotion ¬
motion ln tloo for president His H friends gave gavea ga gaveas e ehis
a as his reason a belief that a truer esti estimate efftimete estimate ¬
mate of the real strength of the So Socialistic 80elaUatic Soclalistic ¬
cialistic party in the country tpy couH coul be beobtained beohta beobtained
obtained by the nomination of some someman lornetea ome omeman
man leas well known than Debs Th Thfleaders Thheld Thleaden >
leaders held the opinion nevertheless neverthelessthat neverth less lesstltat lessthat
that Debs objections on this head ould louldbe < ouldbe oulibe
be overcome A proposed new c < insti institution Jl1stituUon astitutlon ¬
tution for the party was discuss discumeS i iSantiago S
S uJrIpft 3AIDAzoTID 3AIDAzoTIDS A LBoDDSkntiao S
S Santiago de Cuba May 4 4Foni Foul ban bandits bandUs bantilts
tilts convicted vleted of murder were gas gCi gCiroted gasnoted
roted today y It Itas was the first leg ex execution uecutfon x xecutlon ¬
ecution since the Spanish 8pani regime regimeBXfcTSON regimeS
S S
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+ BXfcTSON HELD JIBLDNn HELDN wttD
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+ Nn N New w York Yss May ay 4 4At At Ati the thrhtsioi 4
4 htsioi i O f th t ii 11 Iminary fee t i
4 today of John A Benson the thefornla <
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4 fornla land owner under un er i i int
4 ment nt on charges harg of bribing f fomial <
4 officials in Washington and fr f fulElitly >
4 ulently obtaining obta nin title to gi g gnJfl1t gsa
4 niPnt Ixiuls I 15551 < J1 < in S ijlifirm a n r rf
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