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MOMENTSFOR MOMENTSFORTHE MOMENT6 MOMENTSFOfTUERUSSIAN FOR FORTHE
THE TUERUSSIAN RUSSIAN PEOPLE PEOPLEArmy
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IA AAI8 JUS iIy May 14 HFreach French confidence confidencef cODA4 11C 11Cr
f P r in Russian prowess to 1 much shak shaken ahkOpmenta halt haltn ¬ I
en n a remit t of the recent develr develropments veJ
opmEnta concerning concernt r the th weakness w of ofGeneral ofHenenJ otienrI j
General Kuropatkta J1UOpa land 114 forces The Theearly Theearly Th Thearly
early Japanese neM successes were werea accepted acceptedaf ae ptEd ptEdaM
af a merely preliminary it beg be believed ¬ I IJiGved
lieved by b the offlciala and nd public puW1c here heregenerally hereKeneralIy heregenerally
generally that th Kuropatkin n was wa oonc oonceB oonceBtratine noe noerating n nt
t rating a vast foree approximately apprzIateIymen tel1 j
406000 400 men which hleb eventaatty would wouldHiinihltate wouldj wouldjImnihQate wouWM1rnIh4ate
Hiinihltate the amaller aUn JDsca afia afiaThe Kp Th7 I
The military tp f1wt rt > of fltother 6 6other s sother
other leading leadingdfmonetrate ding JovnUgte hii n gn < M MI MIdmontrae ti tid
d dfmonetrate monctrate that XtJl XOPkMI Kvropatklna Mae Maeeea c cees
I ees waa a mathematical certainty on ontho oallw Onn
n the grounds roud that hid force waa wa jour jourtinea fottrtimea fcMtrt
timea t greater thaa haa t that > at of th the Japan Japanese Jspanee n ntc ¬
ese eeT
T tcOewIt Oeostaat Oouat zit kriakafa 81uiaIEapBut kriakafaBut ikag ikagBut
But the reports of the last ten days dayha dayshave i ihave
have ha ve shown a constant hrtntriMrc qriPluIt e of ofKuropatkins ofKuropaUdna ofXuroptkin
Kuropatkins army until to BOW w 11 tt i ijeneraUy ilrineraUy 1gneraUy
jeneraUy accepted in offlctl oftIcII circle circlethat tkcles tkclest
that t h l1t t he baa not over 2W9tt 2OLeSSn p i in inriudinc IndUdi11 Including
riudinc thoae locked Iock up at ftwt Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur and 1Ml in other garrisons The an annuuncement anJ1Uuncement anZoUflcOflflt
nuuncement that the Ruavian RI com commander comJnander cornjiander ¬
mander baa put off taking taklD the often offensive oftenin oftenive ¬
sive in until July in order to lecure secure re reinforcements reInforeements ¬
k inforcements adds to the belief f that hte htestrength blaalt blestrength
strength alt renth baa heretofore been greatly getIyi greatlyuverestimated Uy UyIEreetimated
i uverestimated However the offlciala offlcialaand ofDelalzJand olflclbiand
and the public generally continue to tobelieve tobelle tobt1Ieve
believe belle that Kuropatkin Is wocfeUB wot a astrategic aatrtegic astrategic
strategic plan attract attracting lag the Jnijsin Jnijsines 1anes jiD jiDSP
es SP far inland In InLn where ultimate u1ti UItImV1y 1t he hevll beII hOIll
vll II overwhelm them The feeling of oft ottonft oftonfldenc
onfidence tonft t however ever is steadily dtuto dIrntelh1ng i iIthing
Ithing lf hin
Two lO Viewpoints Viewpointsficneral Y wpola yiflkneral wpolaOcner1 J
ficneral Brugere Br ere head of the French Frencharmy Fr Frencha nch ncharmy
army a rmy called recently on o General Fur Porter Furter ¬
ter the United States tatrn ambassador and andthe andthe andthe
the two veterans went over o r the Han Hani Mobhurlan an anIhurtan
i hurian campaign from the standpoint standpointtf ftClpotnt ftClpotntf
L tf f French and American military They Theyagreed rheYagrt TheYagreed
agrt agreed ed > that hat much would depend upon uponthe uPJftthe uponthe
the topography of the country count between betweenMukden b tweenf betweentukden
f Mukden ukdm and Harbin owing owl to the part partartillery part8rtlilfty partartillery
artillery will play pIa in commanding the thepassage theJaa theias8age
passage aae of rocky deftlee Durtna Ute tbediscusston UtedlacldKonit
discusston it warn aagfiated that ta A Rue Russian RueT ¬
T t sian l ian campaign somewhat similar 11I to toen toen1 tol
l < en en1 ra Lees campaign in vVffinia vVffiniaprobably Vg1nIa3frrobbly nla nlaJfobably
probably would be tile moat eOective eOectivejneans e1ci4veneana Uve Uvelnea
jneans lnea ns of stopping the Japanese ad advance adan adante ¬
vance vanceOfficial an ante anteOMcI e
Official e0Me1 advices received here today todaycay todyay todayaay
cay ay UKBT ti la a ai eowmuius conjreatfon conjreatfonof co on onIf
of n > UiVtvy y for toes e aI aIto near IHtutsk ftberia ftberiafwlng bOVia bOViato >
fwlng to Iii to the t Inability bUt of f the troops to torro torrul 0 0cro
rro < Lake 9aOul fill the 0 otI tina > iortaU iortaUand tOn i41rtJIIJII1ttntr tOnpr
JIIJII1ttntr pr intth tb tba Pa Paand
and a u1 tfetout round d ibe t foot footequ of te tle lake lakereQuirtag 4e 4eA
A reQuirtag equ awifou days Therefore Therefore1arg a ai Mlar
i larg lar ttrV fIWl1 4 s heW hei < bacT rJt unl Jt Is 11iibe feo feokj DOs DOsJ
kj J sibe ibe to cross eru the lake It is the belief belieflie belief1ere beliefler
lie ler 1ere re that these troops may sufBeiently sufBeientlyaugment su sueIentLytugmOnt lelentlyaugment
augment Gen Kuropatkin Kuropa ldn strength strengtht sirengthIpermithlm th thtq
t tq Ipermithlm t permit him to take the offensive offeflstveA49X offensiveAVTAG9OBD otfeDldveAft
AVTAG9OBD Aft BT BYDl1ftetaltil Y CAI iz izXifficuIta Kl Ts TsOeneral
Dl1ftetaltil of General OeneralSt Xrv tbt tbtk1ttp1y1ng
k1ttp1y1ng k1ttp1y1ngSt ttp17iDC ttp17iDCSt
St Peteraburg Petera u May Ma 14 HDl8quleting 14Disquietingr1vs Disquieting Disquietingrua j jfIWS
rua recanting the attitude of the Obi ObiDene Chi2eee
Dene is shown in a dispatch from offi officers otfttrs o otr ¬
cers tr at the front issued by the general teneraluaiT generals
s uaiT i a it tonight In addition to the fur furthcr furf
thcr f h hr I details of the cutting oft of Port PortArthur Portrthur Portrthur
rthur and confirming the report of ofthe ofthe oft
the t he Japanese advance upon u On Liao Yang Tangthese Yangf YangtheMe
these f dispatches state specifically that thatthe thatthE thatt
the t he Chinese have we commenced > d hostili hostilities dllII hoatillt ¬
II ties t I S agalftfl agal the Russians ItUEeJ ans Major Gen General GenI ¬
1 oral Karevltch Kan > teb reports that the Cfhi CfhiXi thiI i iJ1fle
I Xi nee se attacked hla hi outpost on Feng FengWang ren renang FengWang
Wang ang Cheng Cben road leading to 0 Salmatsi SalmatsiInjf Bamat8itt Satmatsitnerai
tt tnerai > neral PftUC tel telegr4hs hs that accord accordi ccordin
Injf in i g to report ta of patrols ls a od d mission missionaries m mII mlsionl ¬
aries II l itS riE the Chinese at Tapadmiatsl 10 10miles 110IJilf 160niIs
miles 8 northwest north west of Mukuen Mukd n and Just Justoutside JuatIiHdide justoutside
outside the Russian RU ian sphere aphereof of influence influenceBii
Bii n r preparing to rise against h the Rue Russians RueJ Ruesiis ¬
sians J lI1S and Christians generally generallyA
A Aq showing tbe extent of the hostile hoatileattitude hostileettitude
I IIi
attitude Ii of the Chinese attention att tien Is Isparticularly s sarticuIarIy
particularly called to the fact faettlaa that the tbedistance Uledi theditance
distance di tance In an air airline line from that point pointv I
v htre the Russian Ru IB outposts were at attarked attanked
tanked i a ked and TapadvtelM T to t A I mfla mflaThe flP flP9Thc
The 1 authoritlea say that this matter mattertinrocts matt matierfPtS 1 1It
tinrocts It fPtS not only Russia Ru but the whole wholerh wholeci I
ci rh i Hired i Ii zed world ac tii it Is feared the rising risingv rtsln rtslni1
v il spread to tbe other parts of the theempire tlkfl1Ipi thetiipi
empire empireThe fl1Ipi e e eF1e
The hostile attitude of ofthe the Chinese CbinecaeIi Chine la laeaributed Isfi
¼ eaributed Ii l t ributed to the aetku of the 4apa 4apase JnU JnUte pa pase
te se in spreading repoita of tneir d1f tr sac succ IUCrSt8 sacand
c ses and magnifying their I victories victoriesI vktorlPort
I I Port ort Arthur and nd on the Tain This Thisf ThApands
f npaganda has been bee active recently in inll inIi InaU
Ii aU ll j I parts of China ChinaSo Chinatar
2 So j far a ac the railway la eoAoerned eoAoernedvniie eoaeeraedhllt
vniie hllt it is admitted here that a Chi Chin Chi31e
n 31e e outbreak will m be a new source of ofdanger oftnger ofdiiger
danger preparations have ba been per perfvitpd pert r rdpd
t fvitpd dpd t d by b General Kuropatkin Kuropat n to insure insuretin inaUrehI
tin t hI protection of this attery which Is Isnal illIial 15I
nal I a I to the supply aupplJof of his army armyit Y YIt
it is a matter of MttefftcUott a the thesuihorittes Uteathoritles tbeI
I s suihorittes that the Koreans areiHov areiHovItig are lHov lHovhg pvov pvovinure
Itig more friendly friea than the Chinese Chineseis Chl Chli ChinesebOw
is i show by y the report re of f te de desi dei doSi
si i ruction wy them of te i ivins t tin teivb teivbiF
vins in iF s used by vhe he Japanese in north northtin DOrth northi 1 1t
i t tin LJI II Korea KoreaPetaehisiento KoreJLP KoreaJAAMUZ
JLP JAAMUZ 4JlVAJJcnrG 4DVMCISOietachnts I I1etaclaafttta
Petaehisiento OtweirrvA Obemd a tile Ui Vicin VicinPetersburg Vtdaity TIe1nit7 ¬
ity ef 0qt M I IPet
t Petersburg Pet I1r May II iC 1toe The t pBelal pBelalaft neret neretf
5 aft f has received a dispatch dt dated da My tI ay
I from Major J r General G neral lEacevftco S 1a b as asA asIoa safIows
fIows fIowsA Ioa
IoaJapane A Japanese detachment ctetaebJB t of Pout boutinfantry bout boutI
I flllt wo infantry and two squadrons 1IQ1Ot1 of oftav ofJ ofta
tav ta J 4127 lry advanced May 12 toward po PoT poalitan
T alitan a ien where it djd slight damage to totho tothl toth
tho th railway rana line A train from Daln Dalnba D lny lnyK
ba bang K > a ing in families of employes was wasoi w wJ waaohiLedlo
oi J ohiLedlo > iuedto I ii ed to return there The Ja Jaounee Jaouneeph ane aneit neP nePiltre1
ph it iltre1 irew in the evening The Wafan WafandV WranI
dV d I station tlon wa closed aht 4sMdoifat II4UItil t
g il 1 < i 1213 During Durin the night of ofMay Kay 13 13Jf 13JII4iOn 13dien
Jf indien dien was a Illuminated by the thef theahUchts theidights
f ahUchts hUghts of the Japanese Ia ships in inArttiHig InAdltIIB inAditg
ArttiHig bay bayn bayMO
11 n May Ka 13 detachments of Japanese Japanesetto
tto H were rf observed la the ubor lb neighbor swfcKhborho neighborho
ho i uf Polandien on the sJope Ope of the theH
H f i kuhn mountaiH and hi hiVt jh u eVI > vajlcy vajlcyof
of i M tnuko nuko river about bout seven ven and andD andOJ
D OJ iiair I a r miles east of ttuyen ttuyenhni 81 1U700bands
hni t > bands are a ar aggressive ve on the therii theItl theT
T rii Itl 111 ia1 ai 1 betw bNWten en Fee FegWang Wang Wan < Cheng Chenga Chen Chena
1 a Salmatsi aimal 1 A strong band of Chi Chin
n brigands h b MI > n sighted near neartl neartl iiearE
E tl station at Yan YanMajor Yaldjr Yairtajor
Major djr tJtneral k Ilgraphlns IlgraphlnsU < rarhin rarhinIJ rahin
U i r lat > of May Ya 13 says saysJapanese saysit 1
11 Japanese Japaffl have evacuated evac ate4 Kwan Kwanrj I
rj j St > iei t11 and a column of the enemy enemyS eMmI
S ut I a iii didlun dia > is iskn i > n strong is I marching on ong onS
g n l1f ilinp 1 ll1 I tg th thf = Tayang river r er A Ari c cfiilv
fiilv ri 11 > tlirf tilt t 1 TI TIiWe oiisil oiisilftbie 01111Ible
ftbie tH tu Vlvca ui v 4 4i 4f ii c iJiii 1 Ait UK uvtth ill ui u uO
i
<
O
f
j jTakMan
Takushan The Koreans ornena are destroying destroyingthe
the telegraph teleara pia line between bet ween Kong a Tchen Tchenand lC Tcheuatd heR heRafa
and gen efl Tc TcMn TehtnAccording TcMnAccording n nAccordt 1
According Accordt to information from the thefrontier thefrontter thefrontier
frontier guards and missionaries m arIeIi at atTopatesatse atTopatuae atTopitesatee
Topatesatse twentyfive mites UetI south southwest IOUthweat uth uthWest ¬
west of Huptchentsi a Chinese rising risingagainst rtsID rtsIDCaiBat risingagainst
against Russians R 1ana and nd Christians na nam is bo boIng betrig
trig m prepared prepareda preparecLUQtzai prepared0VTPOr
UQtzai I Iaa4
a ssisns and Japanese ra Japan Come os in 3 ora oratact OPtact Oe Oetact
tact Daily DailyAntung DailJAntU DailyAntung
Antung ll May ay 8 SVia Via Seoul May y U UChinese 1 1Chinese 14Chinese
Chinese coming co alnc through the lines re report report repert ¬
port that the Russians have retired retiredfrom retiredbem retiredfrurn
from Kao 80 Li LIlian Man to the west of ofWangCheng Peng PengWang FengWangCheng
Wang WangCheng Cheng but their reports have not notbeen notbeetJ n nbeep
been t onflrmed Light sfclrmishea 8Wt l fII fIItWefn be between between ¬
tween Russian and Japanese outposts outpostsare
are re occurring daily c1ail News of the land landing landtog ¬
ing of the Second army and nd the cutting cuttingof cul
of the t 1tJ railroad Oroad above Port Arthur Arthurbeen has hasbeen hasbeen
been sfcceived ceived Ived with great reat satisfaction at atJapanese atJapane
Japane headquarters The captures capturesmade capturesmade capturesmade
made by the Japanese during durl recent recentdays recentdya reeentdays
days include SOW 1 rounds reu of artillery artilleryammunition artilleryammunition rtlllerylPm1lftttlon
ammunition MOMs JOO rounds of rifle rt e am amnrarlon amnaut1On aminutiOn
nrarlon 2 2100 00 rifles rifl and more than 101 101ammunition 1 1nnnunitloa 106ammunition
ammunition supply carts cartsXUSSLUT
XUSSLUT Vurur CATJSS C USa LOST IXNKTBerlin LOSTlsrua
> Berlin yevnqsavon f wirwiipiipirsioss peos Loud Ia 1 m TheIr TfcoirPraia a TheIrraies ir ir1traIM
Praia raies of Japan 1 Japanese tsi SkIn JMdllBerlin Idfl IdflerIin
Berlin erIin May II 15 ISThe The newspapers of ofall ofall ofall
all parties have begun vielng viet with one oneanother oneanotber oneanother
another in praise of Japanese Ja military militarygeniuft militaryaenlufl militarygeniut
geniuft and in i prophecies of the con continued continued i itinned
tinued defeat of the Russians Several Severalorning Severalornin Severalqiorning
qiorning orning ornin journals openly declare that thatpie thatVhe 1It 1ItRdtlan
pie Russian cause is toot one inthnat inthnating InthostIng
ing that Russia Ruaa will prefer to make an anattempt anattempt anattempt
attempt to recover her prestige in an another anO another ¬
other O sphere pbereeldenUy evidently meaning south southern southem ¬
ern em Asia Alarather rather than to continue tIe the thestruggle thestru thestruggle
struggle le In Manchuria indefinitely indefinitelyThfo IndelnttelyThl IndeftnltelyThis
This change < hD of oftone tone pervades not only onlythe onlythe onlythe
the military criticisms but the poUt political poUtloal poutIcal ¬
ical leaders alike The National NaU nal Zei Zeitung Aihill 7a1tung
tung hill which is regarded reaa rded as the princi principal prineI prinetpi ¬
pal I organ of the foreign office predict predictthat predictthat predictsthat
that China ib will side with Japan as assoon a aa assoon
soon a on s as > s fort hltArtlaur Pn Arthur faJia fI fait and 04 chaise ebaractertasa haracterl chaisetrI
tertasa trI the Russian attempt to hold holdManchuria ItOldMa beldMancIsla
Manchuria Ma aa a equally rash m concep conception eoneeption soneeption ¬
tion and defective in execution executionThe executionThe executionThe
The suggestion of a a St Petersburg Petersburgnewspaper Petersburgnewspaper
newspaper that it is the duty of t tJ theciyiIIe4 e e ecivillfed
civillfed nations to threaten China with withan witbn withan
an n army of occupntiotr Oft if she shows s ows w in indications Int1kU4H1ol indications ¬
dications t1kU4H1ol of ldllllr 4akI < akin aides JgUceaied Ja1ritedprlle jtgstegpuerile Jtv Jtvpuerile
puerile The powers pow have ha VI allowed allow BnH BnHla a ato RiI
iI la to have Iaa e her ie way to toss in1iJH inppeh06lIa inppeh06lIaalX
ss alX rc4y luscabse 1iJH bO they were werefe en 4Iwii 1tJi to toteenter tofenter
teenter fe enter upon Chines bj ad adtd adMW adMWParis fiMiNS fiMiNSParis <
td tdParis
Paris May 15 1 1kThe The Joutn Jolt Joufl06YwPetersburg lahPeterabu rH W WPetersburg
Petersburg Peterabu correspondent COI Jlpondent telegraphs telegraphsthat t telegraphstht Jearapb Jearapbtt
that he has had an interview with an anintimate anIntimate anintimate
intimate friend of War Minister Bak Bakharoff Bakharoft Sakhroft
haroff who declares that it wae 1m 1mI tmpo8ibltt Impossible
I possible that serious fighting could oc occur occur occur ¬
cur within ave day the Japanese JpaneaefolcetJ JgpanesefOrces Japaneseforces
forces befeig separated rated by a ad distance of
100 miles milesmain from General Kuropatktns Kuropatktnsmain
main army armyMobilisation aIJ armyMobilization Y YlIobllization
Mobilization tbe correspondent says saysis On Onis ys yscalJU
is causing serious distress dl tre a in Siberia Siberiain SibertIn
in some pnovHicea It being absolutely abrnlutsiyimpornlble absolutelyimpossible u17 u17Im
impossible Im 1 to continue agricultural agriculturalwork qrlcwturalwork agriculturalwork
work workftrM
Tired ilrd on JUd Orosa Tralm TralmBt Traba8t TrlsSt
Bt PeterSburif May 14 H1n In an n ofB ofBcia1 0 0etal oclgI
cia1 dispatch dlap teh from Mukden 11 under udr r date dteof dateof I
of May 14 14 Major General Pfiug PftU reports reportsthat reportatlaat reportsthat
that exhaustive Inquiries regarding the theallegation thealleS theallegation
allegation alleS that the Japanese fired on ontrain a aRed aRed
Red Cross tro train bound from Port Ar Arthur Artbura Arthur ¬
thur tbura May C proved that the Red Cross Crossflag crouwas Creesflag
flag was flying from the train as it left leftTain leftrain leftNb
rain Nb Ju and s that not a shot lIot was fired firedfrom II IIfrom firedfrom
from thei train which was carrying carryingonly carryinonly carryingonly <
only Russians who were w re ilL The Jap Japanese Jatpaese p pa1le8e ¬
anese General Pflug PtIu says 1e opened fire firespontaneously ftreapont firespontineously
spontaneously apont nflJUsty and only ceased when whenthe wh whenthe n nUle
the train was wa beyond range rangeFollowing ranceltuM rangeThree
Following Three ThreeParis Bouts BoutsParis t tPri
Paris May 16 liTbe The eorreapondent In InBt
Bt Petersburg of the Echo de Parts Partsgives P Parisgiea
gives IV eJI a high hi staff officers resume lDe of ofthe ofbe ofthe
the situation in the far east as fol follows to toIos ¬
lows lowsThe 10 10TbeJaganese The TbeJaganese Japanese are a advancing advanc toward towardthe toardtbP towardtbe
the Russian R positions atofcg these theseroutes theseroeta theseraDios
routes Rurokis army to marching marchingupon marchingupon i iuJOl1
Wang WangCheng W WangCbeng 1 1C1aeIJ
upon Uao Tang from Fong
Cheng C1aeIJ Okus force has left Baguchu Baguchufor I Ifer
for f KInkow w following the Sluyen road roadand rodsd I
and 1 O < 5oabevs bB army ar is s investing Port PortArthur PortArthur I IAUQF
Arthur i
1 1aD
mosala aD Priasmeacs PriasmeacsTokto
Tokto oklo ie May May 15 U a m mFour Four hun hundred bundied un unft ¬ j
died and audltty fifty Russian prisoners pI sixteds six sixteen x ¬ I Iteft
teen of than officers arrived arriv at a sta s1t s1tyma w wyama i
yama thl this morning mornl on the steamer stesinorotho Co Colombo C ¬ I I1oInbo
lombo Nine officers omce and 286 men m were werewounded wenwuD41ed WeTSw
wounded w unded All of the t prisoners ex expressed expreaed oxpressed ¬
pressed great satisfaction at t their un unexpected lInted unexpected ¬
expected ted kind treatment treatmentI treatmeDtAJudoua
j
I Anxious to Boo S a Tight llgjitJUufcden TightMukden i iJ4ukden
JUufcden May 14 14Gran4 Grand Duke Boris Borishas Jl8r1abaa Borishs
has left t here and nd rejoined Oeneral Ku Kuropatkins 0 0ropatkln u uroatkInu
ropatkins staff at Line LI Tang The Thegtand thend Thegend
gtand nd duke iSv I is anxious to see seefighting nome lOIDehUn nomefighting
fighting hUn
I Iwr
1 1UiAH
wr UiAH AM COltSOLIDA CONSOLIDATED CONSOLIDATEDWILL TEl TElWILL
WILL PAY DiVIDEND DIVtsieNDf
+ 4 f Special to toThe Tbe Herald HeraldBoston IeI IeIBoeten +
4 + Boston May 14 Ult U has been beendividend beendeAatteiF beendeflnite1p +
+ deAatteiF decided to declare a acU adhideod +
+ dividend cU 1deAd of 150 p pr r share on the lb e etot + h
+ 30060 tot shares bare of stock of Utah UtahConaolt UtahConsoht4MOd 4 4ConsoUdjS +
+ ConsoUdjS Conaolt Consoht4MOd < ted in June payable bfe in IIIqllIM 4 4f 4July
+ f > July qllIM The management manqelllentoftpecta manqelllentoftpectadeclare expects to todecUrc t tdeclare
+ declare a all W dividend ia Noventher NM NM1rr itornborz1u + f fNorway
+ + + + + + + + + + + +
z1u 1rr A DOW oyw1oy DOWWorway
Norway Uith May 14 fn 14he The e Uoxet UoxetCo
to mine mm shut down today toda throwing throwingabout tbrowJoaabout throwingabout
about ttft men out of employment Oth Other Otlle 0ther
er e mut mines s < are closing and miner mt era eraleavin are areleaving areeving
leaving for Europe on account of OfpA OfpAefaI gen general gsaeral ¬
eral depression on the range rangeJJXTENBIOK rangeXTENStON 14
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JJXTENBIOK 07 EDUCATION EDUCATIOJTTjisoi EDVCA EDUCATIONlj4o nON nONliqoIJ
Tjisoi M Me JV 14 HThe 4 Tht 1ui titeusiun truskn of ofueeUon ed edueetion 4 4uoatioo
uoatioo to adults warn the generaltopic generaltopicconsidered senErltopiecoaald general topic topicconsidered
considered coaald red today at the closing sea session lleSaion seasian ¬
sion of the convention of the th Amer American ArneIiC8l1 Amerlean ¬
lean Social Science association Pros President Prosident ¬
ident Charles Charl W Eliot of Harvard uni university uniersit univarsity ¬
varsity ersit outHmd the problem problemCLAEA problemCLAJlA
45 45CiARA
CLAEA BASTOJ KMKlJfS KMKlJfSWashington IG3 IG3Washington JM
Washington May 14 HMt 14Miss Miss Clara ClaraBarton ClartlBarton ClaraBarton
Barton today to ay resigned the presidency presidencyof
of the American Red Cross C and was wascce WAttded warcc
> cce cc ded by Mrs General G > neral John A Lo Loi 1owhe
D i wHo has heretofore orcunied the ther th thftkr
ftkr r if t t vice V h C icfviflciU lTi > Jt t if f th I h a awia soria olau olaY
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PARTY BOSSES BOSSESAT BOSSESA BOSSESAT
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QPRINOFIBL4 Q UIfQlllSLO > UL I Mpy y If UAftr UAftri Aft Alanother < r rQ
Q i another day of fruitless Ue balloting ballotingthe ballotingthe tnB tnB1H
the 1H BepuplkAo Be tate Mate cottventios cottventiostook eovtntlOisek tiolt tiolttook
took It a adjournment at 7J 715 p m aD until aadlt
2 ocolck Monday aftm aftl1eOR on without withouthaving withouthavingbrokenb itbOlltbavlnlbrokelFtlte
having bavlnlbrokelFtlte broken the gubernatorial ubtorillld ubtorillldlock dead deadlock deadlock ¬
lock Tonight the party part leaders are in inconference IDc incdhference
conference c attempting ttef pUnl a eriutRm o4ution of the thesituation tbesituation thesituation
situation but they appear powerless powerlessto
to t do 80 Delegates to the convention conventionhave convenUonhave conventionhave
have taken things th JtP into their own hands handsand bait baitand hOodSand
and with prac practical 1 unanimity they de decline dorune ¬ I IelIDe
cline to be delivered by b the th men ment at the thehead theIid
head of the tb organization The only onlychange onlycaaae onlychange I
change in the situation today resulted resultedin i iIn
in a slight advantage a4vant to Attorney Gen General 3enera ¬ I
eral era Hamiin Ham lin 9U m the twentythir4 tw tytM1IAl tytM1IAllot bal ballot batkt ¬
lot be gained gaID thirtyeight votes v and andhis sd sdhis adhIa
his enthusiastic followers made an at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to stampede the convention t tO tOhbn T Tbun
bun They faih failed > d however b Weier eTef and oh the thene eatNIt theneat
ne neat t ballot Iot be lost t thirteen votes vot which whichhad wbl wblbad whiskhad
had gone to him him The ls aa ballot W Wen iet ieten ta taen
en resulted as follows followsItesmit tollowsaeult followsZemt1t
Itesmit of Last Ballot BallotTatee lallotYates I
Yates 4C 4 1J Lowden L w4e S9S Deneen
3 375 Hamlln IK 1i 45 4 Warner WarnerSherman 9C i iSherman ti tiShennan 1
Sherman 4t Pierce 21 21The 21TIle 21The
The scenes acenea attending the convention conventionwere C YfIIt10 I
were similar to those of the previousday previous previousday
day and the feotOMtrations ee Uo s in preYtoual favor favorojf faorot favoro
ojf o the various v candidates cudt tea were calcu calculated culculated Ieu ¬ i
latedto lated to sweep a leas deliberate gather gathering gathering tber ¬ I IIng
ing from its feet but with every out outburst outbat outburst ¬
burst the determination among tbe tbedefecates tbecJelecatee thedelegates
defecates to resist everything in the theway thewy theway
way of a stampede became rne more pro pronounced pronounced proflounced ¬
nounced Chairman Cannon in beg begging begging ¬
ging the shouters m utera to desist remarked remarkedThank remarkedlbank 1 1rbaDk
Thank God this convention cO vention has hasshown baabown hasshown
shown in a two days session Ion that Its ItsI
1806 I delegates are not to be influenced influencedby
by banners or huscaha huscahaThis buanahiThis uau uauT1ria
This i is a life and nd death struggle be between e etween between ¬
tween two great factions in Cook coun county county county ¬
ty he added respectively r by Congress Congressman C resa resaman ¬
man William Lorimer and States At Attorney Attorne Attorney ¬
torney torne Chairlea S Deacon with the thecountry theoountry thecountry
country delegates holding the whip whiphand whipland whiphand
hand but so Jealous 1Qua ua and loyal to the theinterests tbeInte theinterests
interests Inte tII of their favorite ta t sons n ns that thati thattbe thatthey
i they tbe will ill not combine e to exert e ert their theirpowers tbelrpowelll theirpowers
powers powersTRYI8G powelllTRYIMG powersTRYING
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TRYING TO TOKELP KEEP OUTChtna OUTChiNa OUT OUTChhtt
ChiNa Reiterates Hs Promise Promiseto
to the Ptwers ta t Remain RemainNeutral RemainNeutral RemainNeutral
Neutral NeutralWashington NeutralWhirtCt NeutralWashington
Washington t May 14 UKiniater Minister Conger Congerreports COnfferIfpOrtJ Congerreports
reports by cable to the state e department departmenttrma departmenttnHa department1reiu
trma Peking that the t Chinesegovernment Chinesegovernmentjred ChI1teIIe verumeft t tan
M eesd 4SaseMe to e eogre
rc ogre the = an and M Mted =
jred ted Its ability ab lt to do dotlO dotlOIn so soIn o
4 In v 4ew ew of the leading la4 part taken by b bthe
the United States t goversjaaent In secur 1leCUJthe securlag securing ¬
lag the international pledge of the th neutral neutralsone Iteutral1IObe neutrainone
none of China the state department has hasfelt hasfelt
felt deep concern in reports of agitation agitationaatOBg agitationamoeg itaUon itaUonthe
aatOBg the Cbsmeee Ce e milItary tar forces near nearthe nearthe
the dt seat of stt f > and the th danger of thair thair1o thc thc1oating
10Ung 1o itlng neutrality thus releasing the thepowers tMpowers thepowers
powers from the engagement lots which whichthey whichthe whichthey
they the entered Mr Conger is keeping the thedepartment thertllleat thedepartment
department rtllleat closely tJy advised of o the altos situation Jtualion altoslion ¬
lion in China and his news is received receivedwith receivedith receivedwith
with ith satisfaction here hereIn henn hereIn
In n reenforcementof Minister Co eoera eoeratellJeDt Coesersstatement ers ersstateaaent
statement tellJeDt Sir Cheng C e Tuna Cheng Cbe the tbeChinese theCblne theChinese
Chinese e minister mint here br called on Acting tI tIef <
Seoretary ef Stalk aM Leossto today ana eeta eetamunlcated IIJDunleAttd Ce Cemunleated
munlcated the foHowina foHowinaAt fonowIBAt
At the beginning of the conflict CORfikttween be between hotwoen ¬
tween Japan and nd Russia an imperial de deere de dettJw doe
ere e waa s issutd iese declaring ttJw the neutral neutralof ntrallty noutra1Itof
of Cfhina Clbina This Thl action was communicated communicatto COJDmunlcateclto
to the governments vrnbI of other countries countriesand counutaM countrisssad
and orders were W feat at to the provincial provincialauthorities provincialauthorltiea provincialauthorities
authorities to maintain the strictest neu neutrality neutraiity u utraUty ¬
trality tralityRecently traUtyRecently traiityRecently
Recently reports have been circulated circulatedin
in the newspapers intimating Int1mati that China Chinais
is inclined to favor one on of the tiger belligerents IMtIUcerenu tigereats ¬
eats Baseless BaMot fumors umos ef o this character charactermay c5rsetermay ter tery
may y do a great deal of mischief It is isthe latile i ithe
the fixed purpose of the imperial govern governorient PVeTIIBlent governmoot
orient to maintain the strictest neutrality neutralityto
to the last without 1ritq U the t e least lsa intention in nUoa nUoarevoklD8 ef efrevoking efrevoking
revoking he decree mentioned mentionedTEMPLE mentionedTEMPLE mentioned4m
4m 4mTEMPLE
TEMPLE FOR GOTHAM 60THAMXorotom GOTHAMto GOTHAMXormoe
to Xorotom Temple XHT 7 he Xreeted in in3fow infew fitNewYork
few NewYork NewYorkNew York YorkNew YorkNew
New York May ja 14 14A A committee committee of ofMormons o oMormo ofMormons
Mormons Mormo representing the Harlem colony colonythiB
in this city ett probablythe probably the largest t outside outsideto eutaideof outsideof
of Utah hall 1It ptepqrod to leave shortly only
for Salt Lake where i favorable report reportwl Ieportwifl reporthere
wl wifl be made de upo upon pia plans fo build a teMple
here covering from six to twelve block
It W i stated ted that options pUo 118 already sires y have havebeen ha havebees
been secured io e six g plots near One
Hundred and pentyffth yQfth street eet and
Lenox avenue avenueA and d tbat the plan pl em ¬
braces tile erection of a splendid struc structure struetnre truct ¬
ture as headquarters for the church in inthe inthe
the eat aR The elder eldefI h 1 charge of the thethe tbecburcb thechurchS
cburcb Interese lure ftfuae to dlllcu
the tae subject subjectThe eub2ectnte suWectTite
The above dispatch dla dlspatc1ifjo front fro New York T TM was wasyesterday
dyedhtpd yesterday M by the autborttle autborttlethe
01 the Mormon church who treat the tlMtter thetter
1 natter tter as s a farce farceThe farcehe tePeeThe
The he proposition is perfectly absanoV a at abuniPreidet
President t Lund said and andno nd there baaheen baaheenno been beenno
no cooniittee Ittee appointed a1JPO IDted tpMn the p pcaRed so sooalled eo eooalled
oalled Harem colony to e enme Be lo to gait It
I Lake > ake There has ha been bee no option secured securedon
on any land in jJew lev l ark rk in the interest interestof
of the church churchHQNTAJM churchMOJJtTAJtAMfAN
ss ssOTANA
HQNTAJM MOJJtTAJtAMfAN OTANA MAN MANGIVEH MANGIVEHSIX GIVEN GIYENSIX GIVENSIX
SIX MOUTHS IN N PRISON PRISONMtasouiu PIUSONIIGUla PISONMissoula
Missoula Mont NO t May 14 HA A Jury to today today ¬
day after fter being out all night found foundJohn fOU foundJohn nd ndJohn
John Peters guilty of manslaughter manslaughterand 1Pn isns1augherand lausber lausberfixed
and fixed his sentence at six months in inthe InttM inthe
the state penitentiary pe UenUary Peters was wasgreatly wuarHUy wasgreatly
greatly enrage enrefl ftrtly expecting an ac acQUittal ac 0
QUittal The verdict dlet was a compromise compromiseone
one Peters is I a p rancher rancr Be shot Al Allen AIlen Allen ¬
len 8 Brown rown another rancher at Tu Turah Turah TaraiL
rah near here on April 28 f tn n a quarrel quarrelover quan quarrelover 1 1over
over some disputed ecr land an Peters plead pleaded pJeaded pleadsd ¬
ed selfdefense M and nd showed that Brown Brownof Brownwag
wag of a quarrelsome ome nature The Thecapture Thecapture Thecapture
capture trial conviction and sentence sentenceof
of Peters Is the shortest on record in inMontana InMontana inMontana
Montana Peters waiving b bs s statutory statutoryrights ata1utOlbt statutoryrights
rights bt a I every stage a e and accepting < his bissentence hiellefttence hisSentence
sentence immediately i unecJiete after the verdict verdictwas verdictwas verdictwas
was rendered renderedWashington
4 4IXVBSTO
LR IXVBSTO y rrICUJftOJr rrICUJftOJrWashln UUN UUNWashington
Washington Washln on May 14 UThe The longprom longpromigd lonA Tom
igd Investigation Inve tlgation of Chinese consulates fonsulatesbas
bas begun in earnest Assistant ere Secretary eretry ecre ecretory ¬
try of State Pierce Ple bas been in China Chinafor Chinafor Cbisfor
for several months mo looking into many manylongstanding mnyloatandln manytongstanding
longstanding oomplaJnts 06nqt nta against tbe tbeconduct tbeeonduct theconduct
conduct of consular business ineBt1l in that thatpart thatpart thatimrt
part of the world He war last I t heard heardfrom beardfrom heardfrom
from at Shanghai but he has not ad advertised advertllsed advertised ¬
vertised his movements in advance advanceand advanceancl advanceand
and it ta not known at which consulate consulatehe oonaJItehe conmaisbe
he wiH next appear appearTXADZ ppeoarTJ1ADE
0 0TRADE
TRADE OT O TBAMCE nuaPlula NBAWOEPeru TBAMCEParis
Paris May 14 HDurin During the first four fourmonth fourmonth fourmonths
month of th year ar French Prt > nfh imports dp dfcreastd tiereJaed
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WILL PROBABLY BE RELEASED RELEASEDNative RIIADNative
Native of Russia nus But a Nataraized H Natu tu lized Citizen of f the United UnitedStates UJlltedStt UnitedStates
States Stt Unds Untlr > r 4retICh11abInskFai1ed 4retICh11abInskFai1edto ArretChelIabinsk rr t CJu HablnskF Failed Failedto iId iIdto
to Olttaln Permission rmtsion rmtsionI
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HBLIAJMN8K Russia n ifay sy 14 14Morris uMon1a 14Morris
G Morris jOeiman ieIasn a native Uve of Rue Ruvsis ft ftct
sis 11 put a citiaep ct cit of Wiseonsim WiseonsimJMa WleeoniJplaced WIscons1nheap
JMa been placed under arrest arnetwith here birehrgsd hereosjlrfcd >
osjlrfcd hrgsd with violations of artieU artitl SSI SSIof diot 3 3of
of the penal code code3t co4est codet
3t t Petersburg May 14 14Artlcle 14Artlcleot Article SSI SSIof 21 21of
of the penal > code under which Kid 1 1JIIIlIL Kidman Kleimaa
maa is I held at t CheKabinsk provides providesthat plOVl plOVltbt prov1desthat
that whoever absents a hiJtfIo himself Irom the thefatherland tbefatherland thefatherland
fatherland and enters the service Jienl of o oi QBean op opswears
Bean allegiance to a alJOernments or 11io 11iowtthogtthe
wtthogtthe governments permission ta taIi isIlaNe
i liable Ii fsr r infringement l of his hi loyal ob obr 0 0ofeJvU ob1igpI
1igpI r deprivation ofeJvU ofeJvUI of civil a gJMi igbtorpatnet gJMipetnai
petnai I hanlshMent pPt franr f f6e frmPe frmPeasstho < the the0Me
asstho 0Me 6e JiafireTor or W bitIIe t the e rt rthout n nhs 1t 1ths
hs return without hout permiasHt lcllli lclllitJiaJaIIportattoa t ttniasportation ttaortstIon
tniasportation to Siberia SiberiaThe Si SiberiaTbe eria eriaMOOnd
The second portion = of this article Is taonly IsOftIyI isontyspplleable
only OftIyI ontyspplleable applicable ble when a person has been beenproperly beenpfoperly beenproperly
properly tried and condemned for its itsviolation t itsv1o1anbi l lIatlon
violation v1o1anbi Iatlon by a competent court It wa was
IXPEGTS W TQ1COLLCT J07llCT COLLECT DAMAGES DAMAGESgovernor AM 6IES 6IESGov
governor Gov rnor ChattertcMi C Chaftertonof ttrtfI I0f of Wyoming Wy ming Sues a Frenchman for forLib forLlttelSewI1f forLIbs1Sensirr
Lib LlttelSewI1f LIbs1Sensirr SftiidffF Clark CIrkWaIiicuddIn Was Wasl Included tc1uddfft in th thLtbllolIs t1iLibelous
Libelous Book I
manlil teC 4 te The lUrtWL lUrtWLrtHKYKJtKB NmldrtIrlciKE
rtHKYKJtKB HEYJAf JfB vr WyoMay tI LJ14GoY 14 144aVern 144aVernt Govern Governor ern ernor
C t or Veanimpre Yeanlmore Chatterton ttertOft has hashcm b bHIthI hasvttaIa
hcm euit HIthI vttaIa against Ita a presmYtont presmYtontFrench sibint sibintFrench t tFreach
French author for libel The case is isnow 1 1DOW a anow
now pendmg 1ng < in the Parts courts courtsIt eo it itIt
It is charged l that the Frenchman Frenchmanreesjttir FrenehmanWIlted FrenchManreesati
reesjttir reesati WIlted the Ue United V 061mg tates > In Inthe Inthe n ntlte
the interest Inter of a faction of French Frenchmen Vr Frc Frcmen d dmen ¬
men and Belgians who because uaeone uaeoneof one oneof ne neof
of their number had been Mentm deposed deposedfrom dupoeedfrom
from his position itlon with the t Beige BeigeAmerican lIelaoIIleriean BeigeAmerican
American company inspired plred false fa re reports reportlf reports ¬
ports regarding the standing of the thecompany theCfJIDpay thecompany
company The French author spent spentseveral epentseveral pentevera1
several weeks in Wyoming and upon uponhis uponhis uponhis
his return to France Fran e issued a book in inwhich 0 nwhich
which he attacked the company Qo Qoenaor Jov ov ovensor j jernor
I
ernor Chatterton was represented as asbeing asbeing S Sbeln
being beln a greeneyed monster who did didthe cHdI didthe
I the bidding of a powerful corporation
which lelt had Wyoming W cnnbta In Hs grasp and andwhioh andw andwbldb
whioh w ssade ado it Jtbutor ImpssslhU for f the BH BHgo BeIft4Meriean BegqAjnerIean
go ft4Meriean > American or any other ot foreign foreigncompany fpIenC Ipreigncompany
company to conduct a profitable oil oilrailroad oilra oilrailpoad
railroad or otter enterprise 1 this thtastate tll tllte thisaisle
state aisleihe stateThe te
The tefte French author not only attacked attackedthe tta ked kedthe
the character cbara = ter ef Governor Chatterton Chattertonbut
but Senator Warren and also Senator SenatorClarence SenatorC14reece SenatorClarence
Clarence D Clark Iark were severely erely ar arraigned arThey arraigned ¬
raigned They were called ca patters gsaftersland patterslaftd geftersland
land grabbers beI1I oois of the tb1Cerpor tb1Cerport corpora corporations erporatioss ¬
tions t and what not notReports notJepa notReta
Reports from the other side I de of the tbewater thewater thevter
water state tate that the proof against lnst the theFrenchman tbeFrenclunan theFrenchman
Frenchman is 1 conclusive and n In sit ajiprobability aJlprot sitprobability
probability prot aWUty Governor GoveTnOrCbatterton Chatterton will willcollect willeollect willeollect
eollect heavy damages dam The false re reports ret roports ¬
ports t written by the Frenchman have havei havelist
list i > d no efteet for some of the wealth wealthiest Wealtht wealthiet ¬
iest t of the foreigners have become becomestockholders becomeitockhelders becomertoekholders
stockholders in the concerns that were wereattacked weuaUacked wereattacked
attacked
N9 NO MERCY SHOWN BY THE TURKS TURKSArmenians TURKSAr TURKSArmenIang
Armenians Ar enlan5 Ware Extermited Ext rmftnitecl to Stop th the Agitation AgUaltlonWIII AgUaltlonWIIIi Will WillBe
Be i a Month Befor Bt 1Jh 1I1 fehf Facts F cts of the he Massacre Mil55 MsscreAt Gr8 Gr8Are
4 Are At Known Itn wn
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jAMS rjAIWI M MeI14The y14 ufte 9he foreign office omcej omcejr offlcer
1 r here to withovt llt additional 1 aotaihi aotaihiof
of the widespread devastation devastaUonWrought devastationb1 devastationWrought
Wrought by Turkish troops in the Ute Sftssoun See p pm Seeneun
soun district cU of Armenia The Ftenctt FtenctttwM Jr Wrnc14esa
twM esa advices giving the number nu numberkilled ei of ofkffled 0 0ldt1ed
killed ae 1W on each side Ide are conaidfre conaidfretude conat4ret0 re ref
t0 f short Of showing showingtude Iit Iittude
tude of the be affair The burned burnedI t tof
I occuPIed the most ina inai Inaceespible gstisu gstisuI
i of the empire and nd officials here laerey stay y U Uwill ui ItI
I will take eight eia t days de on hereebeek for t forthe r i ithe Itbe
the French British and Russian con consuls corsIa ¬
suls 18 to complete their journey otUfteyto to the thescene theseene thescene
scene of the destruction Then it will willtake willtke willtake
take another eight days for the return returnbelrldes returnbesides i ibesides
besides eight or ten days spent in con conducting condueting ¬
ducting the Investigations In the Sas aaPLACES Sa SaP1ACES I IPLACES
PLACES OF STRIKEIi STRIKEIimmm STJUKESI SThIKERSOITAiFILLED
I mmm AIOtf OITAiFILLED OITAiFILLEDTopeka MJF FILLED FILLEDTopekB ILLEDTopeka
Topeka Kan May MayitThe 14 UTb The men em employed employ employsd ¬
ployed ploy in the Santa F Ff machine thoM sbo t who whowere wbo4J whoWere
were 4J tte locked out of the shop on Monday MondayMay M MdndayMay may mayMay
May 2 and refused to return to work w > r the tbefollowing thefollotD thefollowing
following follotD Monday will receiv their Awril Awrilpay Aprtlpay 11 11pa
pay pa checks at the Santa P Pe general eneral orfU orfUon offte offteon offleeon
on Monday May M8 16 The other men ne will willreceive Will 1ftrecefve Willrecolve
receive their pay che chfks < its at the hf shop ohopuua as asusual asusual
usual usualThe uua
uuane The strike situation in Top Toptka > Ka remains remainsthe HINth remainsthO
the same Mr Mudge uay says We tV lack lackabout lackalJet 1ekabout
about ten or fifteen of having ba Ing a full fore forei foJcof orc orcof
i of men but these will be brought In mI Inshortl inshortly
I shortly
shortlA 4 4AWAITING
AWAITING A VI AITING ODXB8 ODXB8San 01lJIlI8San OBDZRSSan
San Diego Gal May fay 14 14Tlwloast 14Tlwloastf 14Th The coast coastf coastdeteese
deteese f < H e monitor Wyoming and the tor torpedo toro
pedo o boat destroyers Paul Jones and andI andPJ4 andPrble
I P PJ4 Prble bl bIu < i arrived here today toda from Pan Panante PanauiP inai
ante ai coming direct from Plcblllnque Plcblllnquebay
bay Their future movements are de dependent dependent dependent ¬
pendent upon orders which hieh are ex exi cxieted
i peuied 6 io be Ueliv deliPj < r i fwnii Washiug Washiugtuii Wa1hingtou
ton
=
e
I ak first ft imported porte4 here that Kleiman n was wasa
ia a = aga a spy aoi the attention atbmU of the theeOlce Ole88ke
1 eOlce was called thereto t eta The Therentment TlieetIIIIMJ1t Thepveramnt
rentment is I now Investigating tb tbtte the tb4ttel theI
I stt tte There IB no n question of sum oumry eumf7 sumary
ary ry ciefi Russia has no natural naturaltion nataraltHat
1 ito tion tHat with tbe United Unit d States lltatte StatesI
I d 1 the t state te department while it has hasDonatmted basOIIIItJ1llte4 hasinmiotrated
Donatmted on several occasions has hastd bastt baaougeed
ougeed td that wheN a a naturalized naturaliseds aaturaUsedreturna naturalizedreturn
s returns voluntarily to tbe tbelaw tbeet thet
law or et t the emperor be Is sub subjto 8ubJ subc
c jto to the laws 1 of Russia Ru If it de dem detbat do1si
1si m that Klelman expatriated him himgKlf blmC
gKlf 1t C with the consent of Russia of ofoaurse ofbe ofI
I oaurse oe be Is not subject to the penalties penaltiesled penltleator
V6dd led 2orr for tor hy ajrfke 111 JK In any anywnjesB an anQHe
wnjesB a them fa sisaiflHlig more moreIthe
Ithe 1 arreat t8L tlltj goi rBnisiil t will wtiiyapttbly 1riI1blyr willlaably
yapttbly blyr Teteaae the man It tt under understood uBdlrstoOd underito ¬
ito stood that Kleiman represented r an anAmerican anAmertcan anAmerican
American agricultural company His Hispassport H1p8eport Iftepassport
passport is said to tobave have been issued i uedin uedinWaahlnaton in inWashington inWashington
Washington in 1901 although there Is lanothing Isnotbin Isnothing
nothing notbin definite on this point
itmriet un district strid Theo the foreign foreignficlate foreignofficials
ottt officials ficlate i say Jt Jte srotaably sba vpy ML ho beble tskpoa tskpoaMe
Me e io seewe detaila dItaiIaton before a a Month Monthhms aoatbbps th thpa
bps hms passed passedThe pa pahiedrhe
The scene of the asTair to in 1 a vaUey vaUeyrounded vaHeyrounded vaUeisirrounded
sirrounded = rounded by mountains The e na naM nalave
the M have been mipgjsntig ntlg agitating agitatingag agitatingiaIst tt ttTarkey
ag iaIst NM Turkey TW pHaji l therefore tbOAareWIabed thereforewished tfe tfeWt
wished to exterminate this disorderly disorderlyetepnont dis dis rderlyt rderly
etepnont t but while Ue not countenancing countenancingnenian count countsbancing4rnientan anclna anclnanlan
4rnientan nenian nlan agitation tion the signatories of ofBerlin O ofertIn t
1IertI1ttra Berlin ertIn treaty have kveapproved stfongty din dinapproved disapproved ¬
approved of Turkeys methods in crush crushing CluahII crushins ¬
ins II agitation agitationIt A AIt
It is believed in official offi < iaJ circles 1CIetJ rde that thatthe matth thatthe
the th international Armeniana Armenl arfll use uselife Usetbe
life u new nt W outrages aa a levfer W induce inducethe J JthecivlltHd Indieethecivilized
the thecivlltHd civilised powers paweisto to unite in decisive decisiveaction eelBiYoertion decisiveactIon
action rtion against Inat Turkey TurkeyOEftEBEP TurUYWRIT TurkeyWRIT
WRIT Of F MDAuS MDAuSOR3ERED rii Atl Y Yo
OEftEBEP o ROE REf SET ASIDE ASlDfJStenver ASIDEnvr ASIDIDenver
Denver nvr May 14 HThe The state supreme supremecourt supremecogrt uprtucl uprtuclc
court c today 1ay ay set asia and vacated catftt the1 the1wrf tit ti tiwfI > 1 1of
wrf of raansamu mn mandofliuI issued by District DistrictJug DistrielI thsrtctJigs
I Jigs Jug Muffins which hkh ordered tho tl1 rlecunn rlecunnanbwion deuonIon eie ui n nton
anbwion Ion to deliver loday todu to the lfp lfpjudges 1 1t irI
t judges jucls representing the Democratic IVmocratictnisntilWolcott DemOCTitticabtlolcott Democratica
tnisntilWolcott a abtlolcott Repiiblifaiis parties me meb I
b bilWtJi 4k4K 45 and other > r Fiipylii lJp li fur the > rlenion rlenionIn rIf lec iun ji jin
In n kM city next Tuesday In th the argu argument IlIJUnaWt urgumOst ¬
mOst attorneys far the Spnngtr 6pn pringvr r Repubij Repubijcan ftepubican
can ticket contended that the purpose of ofmandamus oft utih
ih mandamus t nc1amu was wto to allot the th ejection ejectionas pecttoiiJudge t01t t01tJ11
J11 Judge as to get the ballots in time to wriie wriiethapt wril wrilth wrtethe
thapt th the up apd stuff the bailot boxes bt btfore before b bfore
fore the poll open open4JJKEIUUL open4UftILUJf openUTAtAx
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4JJKEIUUL UTAtAx NAVAL JW JWVlerna UriGT UriGTVIerna UJE UBT UBTVienna
Vienna Vlerna May W nIt It is noted that thatottiopjf tatiUbclg thatosbeig
ottiopjf the demands of the t Auiro AuiroHungtiriun AutroItungitelan U lro lroHunnitaln
Hungtiriun rHvaf avaI and tnilHtiry auth ill1thif authr authriUt > i im
m if it > rf in the 1h hi ntxt l1 xt budget bud t will HI be J6W S6WI > >
000 f rot i the th construction of a fleet of oflorrfdn oftTfdu oftiriodso
lorrfdn i jnH itt is trOOitO r oIlilO > Kti > 0 for siihiiiUhi siihiiiUhiin lIhmaliljtUstdld
jtUstdld l in ai3 and 112509000 for new field guns cunec
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CAN NAME NAMEA A CASHIER CASHIERThomas CASHIERThOlaIS CASHIERThomas
Thomas Instructed to Appoint AppointOn
On 0 to t Succeed Matt MattDougherty Mattgougherty MittDougherty
Dougherty DoughertySpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWehiIJAtOD HeraldWashington
Washington May Ma 14 lCPoatauiater Postmaster A L LThomas LTho LThomas
Thomas Tho baa been instructed by the post postoffice poatofnee postoffice
office department at to designate some one onefor onefor onefor
for the appointment appolQu leat July 1 as cashier Cfbl of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Salt Lak tltCin Oil City poetofftce The position positton po position ¬
sition pays ftWft fl per annum annum and is ex exrements exempted cxOmpted
empted fro from etvtl service reqUirement reqUirementThe rements rementsplace
The Tb place has been vaeant since the tbeacceptance thea theacceptance
acceptance a tance of the resignation of Cashier CashierM
II Dougherty based upon the charges chargesof
of Mr Thomas that he was U not compet competent COIDpetent competout ¬
ent for the duties of the office An in inspector Inpector inspector ¬
spector was detailed to investigate the thecharges tbeha thecharges
charges > ha and reported that while bfie Mr MrDougherty XIDo MrDougherty
Dougherty Do erty was probably r a capable hue business bualnHe hueflees ¬
ness man be was unfitted for r the po position paattioi ¬
sition in the th peeteffle peR and he was ac accordingly accord1niy
cordingly C dropped from the rolls This Thispreiaiftat TblsP ThisprestV
preiaiftat P prestV > 1 a > ff controversy centre rersy l whish ended endedin
in Mr Thomas being tummoned to Wash WaabIngton Wbn Washbitten
bitten n last winter Trim in Tn n isjaid M to tof charges chargeson
of f cngryipg on a the tI toMs to tovnlateed toI toomce
I 1 1t
vnlateed vnlateedoffice
office de dePostmaster densrIent densrIentPostmaster t
Postmaster PcN tmaata Thosjas Th said aaicllaat last evening he hehad II hehad
had heard b nothing nothln < about his instructions iBatructionbut instructionsbut
but presumed nresumed they would be received receivedthrouMi receivedthrutI elved elvedtbro
throuMi tbro thrutI tbe malls in due course of time timeShorter timeStiot
Shorter Shot after arterlIr Mr Dougherty was dropped droppedfrom I Ifrom
from the roes he t recommended W S SWalker SWalk SWalker
Walker Walk assistant ual bmt postmaster for the po position paISbn ¬
ISbn Ion ef cashier and Colonel Henry Page Pageto Pageto
to be assistant a postmaster Since ln then tnentfte thentlie thenthe
the latter has received recI a position tIon1a In tbe tbeSpokane theSpokane i iine
Spokane ine department departm ent of the land office officemaster officelDIUIt officePqstmaster
Pqstmaster master lDIUIt Thomas w there had been beenno beenno beenno
no changes since ncoe he sent in the first firstnames tintnaIIl firstnames
names naIIl Whom he would recomMend recoeatlfor recoeatlforthe for forthe forthe
the position offered Colonel Pag h ha had hadnot badnot hadnot
not made up his mind mindHYDED1MONDCA8E mindHYDEPIMONDtASE
HYDED1MONDCA8E HYDED1MONDCA8EDe HYDEPIMONDtASEDsEeiidaiiis
Dei DsEeiidaiiis De endanks Maid d On IndictmentWith Indictment IndictmentWith
With yortyB rortT FortyPour ur r Counts CountsBan 0InuttSan CountsSan
San Francisco May 14 l LCnlted 14UnitedStates < United UnitedState
State Commissioner Heacoek today todayformally todayformalJy todayformally I
formally announced h his decision to t hold holdFrederick holdlIrederick holdFrederick
Frederick A Hyde and Henry P Di Dimond Dimond Dimood
mond for trial trt 1 l at Washington D d don don
on the fortyfour counts of i the indict indictment indictmeat ¬
ment charging hratnf them t Jointly with John JohnA J JohnA olin olinA
A Benson and an Jooat R Schneider with withconspiring withcontPirin withconspiring
conspiring to defraud the United States Statesout 8t3 Statesout ts I Iout
out of public lands landsBail tan tanBail landsBail
Bail was uAnaUy finally fixed at 4 40000 < 0 for forHyde torHde forHyde
Hyde and tKJM 3 o far Dlmond The case casewaa casewas ase aseWM
was continued until July 15 when whenUnited wbenUnited whenUnited
United State District Judge De Haven Havenwil HavenII Havenuil
wil II Iconslder the issuance of a warrant warrantfor warrantfor warrantfor
for the removal 1f1 al of the lIiedtafendan defendants l ta tathe t ttbe tthe
the District of Columbia for to trial trialIt trialIt trialit
It ta stated that this Uu delay d dOJI Y is i neces necessary neCry ¬
sary ry to enable the federal enal officials who whohave I Ihave Ihave
have been n in attendance upon this hlfl case caseto c caseto II
to get ptbac back to Washington and attend attendto
to urgent business of thegovernment thegovernmentthat the government I Ithat
that has been postponed po hy their theirlienee ab absence ¬ I Isence
sence from the national capital capitalBRAZILIANS cbpitalBRAZILIANS arital aritalSTOrPED
BRAZILIANS STOPPED STOPPEDAJffitTISH STOrPED STOPPEDABRITISH I IA
A BRITISH VESSEL VESSELWashington i iIIIt
AJffitTISH VESSEL1 VESSEL1Washington I iI
Washington May 14U is poseiUI that thatGreat thatciret i
Great Britain may me become involved in the thethreatened thethreatened
threatened thate dash hwen Brasii and nd Peru Perurnited Perutnited Perutnited I
tnited State Mlnirter MItlirierThOJDpaon Thompson cahles cahlesthe clesthe I
the th state department today frero rem Betro Betropoiis Betrothat I
potts that BrasiRan officers lt yesterday yesterdaystopped yesterdayFtop ftterda i
stopped Ftop a British ship at Manaok While Whileshe hile hileshe hilcshe
she was making Dak1nheY her herway way up the Amazon Amazonriver AlDIlSOnrt Amazonriver
river rt en tbe ground cr und that she e nd ad aboard aboardy aboardcases
y 31 case eft of ammunition unitlen destined for the thePeruvian thePelUvlan thePeruvian
Peruvian military forces in a Ute upriver uprivercountry uprhercountry uprivercountry
country the poNon nasseaOn I jo of O f which llieh is now a asubject asubject asubject
subject of dispute between ween Brasii and amiPeru alklPeru andPeru
Peru As then has h Men een up declaration declarationof
of war it Is expaeted e that the British gov government BO 50ernment I Iernment
ernment will entw a pftttest test against the thestoppage theatoppae II
stoppage top e of the t ship ski as illegal illegalGeneva Ile illegalCX1LED t taao
aao aaoGeneva CX1LED CX1LEDGeneva
Geneva Switzerland da May 14 1fJbe 14ToeGazette The TheGaxette
Gazette de Ija 4aqs Vanwaane lie has received r vetl a atelegram atelegram
telegram from Bitlfit ilttB Asiatic Turkey Turkeyconfirmine Ttlreyconftrminr Turkeyconfirming
confirming ther ttrepofthla reports repoqtaef of figHting be between behn between ¬
tween hn en Turks and andAliilnl AriSenlan Accord Accordtog Accordlag
tog to these the advices about bout 709 Turk Turkand Turkand Turknd °
and nd 90 Armenian A ia were were killed The Thelocality Thelocality Thelocality
locality of the fight is I not given I1 but butprobably bu buprobably
probably was ro h1t the iSaSSOuii sUoun un district districtof trid tridof
of Arnienii ArnieniiPueblo AcmeIlI4iJEW t tPueblo
JEW 8 8rucblo
Pueblo Culu C > lo ilay M HIt It was given out outtoJa outtod outtod4
toJa tod > that th the ObioCoiorado Smelting SmeltingRefining ft aRefining ftRefining
Refining jinpstny mpn the largest indepcn4 indepcn4ert indep < nfl nflfit
let fit smelting company uan Nt isth > tAe goansr t08Dn > will willwon willa
a M won on begin the oreecion rwtionuta of a thoroughly thoroughlyniudern tbeniuSbtym
niudern m dern ern smeitet in thts citY The new newulunt nt ntBlunt
Blunt will be Swate inca till = en n the Mesa Me be beiwetn
iwetn tWten th the sled t works WO and andthe 04 the smelter smelterami E1ter
and it will ilJ be heMe one of tIke he largest iusti iustinaions lutotiflotlOfls
naions tu ons of u the country countryLONDQS countryLONDON ountnIt
It P PLONDOJI
LONDON STQftY STQ DEKnpX DEKnpXlltiliii DENILLttrIiii
lltiliii Il May lay 14 Ufte The National N4 Zei Zeitnnsf
tnnsf tllr > which maintains 111 fatal Istains cioae relationsvjtli relations relationsvvith Uo Uoh
vvith h it It high 11J > h financial circles In in I Berlin
1 cU J lit upon trustworthy information informationthe nformalionte
the th statement printed in London that thatCtirfia thatI
Ctirfia I tI ia nas opened Optl ffl negotiations with withI
I m i banks for in 1 n loan fir 175000000 175000000PUCE 175000 1Th00000PuCE OO
PUCE PlIcicW cnr atnB TZI i r SEDUCED UDUCJmCoIOKfif SEDUCEDCologne ZDUcEDColttgne
Cologne Prussia May Ia H 14The The Gor Gorman Girman icr icrman ¬
man ste steel t l combination has reducttl the theexpert thexfton thexprt
expert lxUi iunty tyt Jr cretn r < Hn 15 J marks as > her hertof herton 1iertuf
tof ton t > Hxed d by ibfJSM > riation for the thfturf thentIlfad thonootfattjic
ntIlfad nootfattjic < turf rf > Hf > fRSlT If finishcti I ni hl stctl tcd to tvIlO toI
IlO I 10 ° marksper marks per ton t tc
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WtL4fiOr li HOT BOLT BOLTJJIE BOLTJHE BOLTnE
JJIE JHE CONVENTION CONVENTIONW
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W I L Hearst Ridicules a Sty StfSent 5t 5ti StySe
i Sent Se Fran Albany AlbanySUPPOfT AlbanyIIAL
IIAL SUPPOfT IS PLiDQ PLiDQoj PLEDQtTTW0 PLEDGED PLEDGEDo
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tTTW0 JlfG o BIll nG nGwrrmnr JtGZPICr1T JtGZPICr1TWI1BLB iTcnr iTcnrWrnmJpQirY
wrrmnr WrnmJpQirY WrnmJpQirYI WrnmJpQirYilr PAJHTY PAJHTYAgHIXUTOK LS LSIll
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Ill ilr ilr8HIXGTON I AgHIXUTOK May Ms HrWilliam u R RHearst ftV BYV
YV V Hearst wiH support the tb aumjpee aumjpeeof 0gj5of mNtee
of the St Louie DtovrWt DtovrWtconvention 1OUrLICOoavtian t41 t41tloQ
convention tloQ whoever w r be s Ma MaIto tr trlie f <
today authorised a th t tPMt Cashing CashingM Washing Washington
ton M Post Poet to sake a thfc 1taiea lateeeflt lateeefltuaoeatvocaUy tHe t tuivocaljy
uaoeatvocaUy uivocaljy He rI ridiculed di < 1iory n y > seat seatI t tAllell
from I Albany that tJaa be and Ulii sffcr aryan Ax r
thur Brtebane Weaver Wa vef of 0 lofMa 1o oa and 0 otb otberg S Sfessaftlon
era erg wen planning a hugs W boil ed the tJteIon thefemastion
fessaftlon Ion of a new 1Iewparty party 3e said He Hemocracy bebeeR hebed
bed beeR nskIng his fight feN the
motion ba Ute MIDI or PfHt PrOgremtVe PrOgremtVeInoeracy De DefttOCPaey
mocracy but his fight bed btti bees within withinrty IInpart withinparty
part party rty lines and would ebn c mtlnue Bue ue to be so sohatever soWhatever
Vhter Whatever the result < helotaaded person personspy
IT and sd through his newspapers to sup S1I S1Ir
psMp I the jntgUar rsuIur r ticket ticketffmm tick tickor t tJ
ffmm J tor or the mt Louis > nominee said saidi saidfi
111 i fi B to otS toat the Sbst Having H1 uUered uUeredpBkense V uteredthatlaIn
thatlaIn fIIIIIeDt pBkense sheaaenteiice tence nee h he added with withsik itla itlabe
sik
1 Z kt h to be Nominated NominatedNtaw Boll lltec1 lltec1ot
1 Ntaw Osm d ot eowrce like lik any other otherbe othern
iM1i n be honored l or8I and fnd id gratified should
Hm Deeigemi tI c = i yeJfit see fit fit to nominate me mekl meessi
et essi kl I da net HUve 1IIIi 0 < u be bribed by b offfcfe offfcfeI ofna ofnaifIit
ifIit 1 s = 2Ser 1 have supported tie tieIn t tIn tjtstIqtin
i tJe tIqtin In the t be butt ls rive cam camrieveiaad
1 rieveiaad flev three times timesJ tt ttintend
0 J yee O wmse > < intend to support the thenominee theftOMMee thenominee
nominee ftt f Ore party at St Louis who whoever whoever whoever ¬
ever he may be beThe beThe beThe
The interview intPlvi was prompted by b the theAlbany thoAlhan theAlbany
Albany Alhan dispatch which Maid that Mr MrHearst IIrjpal8t Mrhearst
Hearst Mr Bryan Mr Brisbane and a afew afew afew
few others were preparing to bolt boltI It ItI
I have not been able he said to todeny toden todeny
deny den aH the foolish fool tab things that have been beenaid beenabout beensaid
aid about me I have not even kept up opwith upwith upwith
with aU that baa been said But of all allthe allthe allthe
the fool things that la footier than ail ailthe antbe allthe
the rest and Mr Hearst H arst indulged Indu in a alaugh ahearty i ihearty
hearty = laugh at the new adjective be had hadcoined hadcoined
coined j jFlfkt
coinedTight II IIYIeld
YIeld On Put rty Lines LiaeaI
I have been making mld my fight for the thenomination theronalnation theromintion
nomination in the name of progressive progressiveDemocracy progresoiveDtmocrc ve veoeIC
Democracy oeIC he said 1 have been mak ¬
lug I my fight on party lines linesAll linesA j
An A Inquiry was made about the tbe sig significance 8 8nJaDce slgnificne ¬
nificance of the several contesting Hearat 1
delegations over the country lOuntr lOuntrJlyery countrynvery j
Kvery state convention conv ntioD of both parties
ta contesting < delegates Maid Mr 11IHqrat MrHearst i
Hearst Contests do not mean that bolt bolting boltin boltlng ¬
ing in < will follow Borne of my friends have haveinstituted haveinatltuted haveinstituted
instituted contests for delegate In cer certain eerbin certam ¬
bin tam cases contests have Vf been instituted
by my friends in entire sincerity IIlnl erttv on ontheir ontile ontheir
their tile part which I would not have sane esactinned c ctionetl i itioned
tinned had the matter m tte come to my koowl koowledge kDcnrledp ks wl wledge
edge in time But these tb contests can be besettled beaett1ed besettled
settled in the usual way a as they are aresettled areMUted aresettled
settled in every eve national convention conventionPlease conve conventionPsaae ntlon ntlonPreuo
Please make ke it plain that I stand for f r the theverdict tileverdJet theverdict
verdict of loyal Democrats De aocratll m men n who wbobeen have ve
been loyal to the party and JMt have bavebeea aot t
been Democrats at pleasure I am m fr frmen frmen formen
men who have been Democrats consist consistently consistently ¬
for twenty years yearslut y yearsfrngts
frngts
o I
M1 IMP the cIAI TrOll s sft
ptop ptopthey ft 4Iid 1ei1l
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Jit lut they wOUld bfe Bie C ot1J lfcOpi who whosent WhotUaeae whosett
sent tUaeae these men to t the convention in a amajority amaSoiity
majority y to which remark remalklIe He assented hesentsdNevertheless assentedNevertheless HlIted HlItedNeverthele
Nevertheless he expressed the belief that thatloyal tbatloyal toatloyal
loyal Democrats Demo rate would w uld be iit control at atSt atSt atSt
St Louis and a reiterated reitera hip mtentipn to tosupport to8UlllDOlt tosuioit
support the nominee of that thatconvention thatconventionIn convention conventionIn
In fact his utterances j lrel80 ereso ere so direct dj and andemphatic aDdePlphatlc andemphatic
emphatic on that point that that nQ room roomteftto ws wsleft WO5left
left teftto to doubt Mr Hearst loyalty and andbl andblintention bk bkIntention hisintention
Intention to prosecute plOfU < ute bis campaign for forthe fort forthe
the t nomination Inatlon within the party lines Unasand U linesahd
and not only to abide a bi4 by the result no nomatter nomatter nematte
matter what it might be but to work for forttte tort1M forthe
ttte ticket nominated nominatedVICTIMS nominatedVfGTIMS nominatedVICTIMS
VICTIMS OF SHARPERS SHARPERSTwo
Two Hundred HundredLabGrers Laborers Seat StwtWest SentWest
West by Fake Employ Employment Employment ¬
ment Af Agency AgencySeattle ency encySeattle
Seattle Wash May H HTwo Two hundred hurdredlaborers bUldredlab hundredlaborers
laborers from Kansas Kan City arrived at atVancouver atVancouvr atVancouver
Vancouver B C yesterday terday and WX > more morereached morereached
reached there tonight over the Canadian CanadianPacific Cana Caua4IanPaclftc nan nanPacific
Pacific all the victims vlcti of what appears to tobe tohe
be a fake ake employment agency scheme op operated OJa OJor opcrated ¬
crated from Kansas City One hundred hundredalso hundredmen
men also a or from at th the southwest rwes have come comecattle conicto
to Seattle cattle tle over the Burlington in the past pastfew pastfew
few day victims of the same sa scheme schemeThey schemeThey chemeTbey
They were hired by the Alaska Yukon YukonConstruction xuk xukC yukon yukonConstruction
Construction C nftructJon company room 2 No ° o oWest 15 15West 15West
West Ninth street Kansas City Cft and andpromised andpromised
promised extremely high h wage to go to CoAlaska toAJuka toAlaska
Alaska for work in building the Qlaska QlaskaCentral laa laaCenttsl
Central Cln tal A Yuko railwayfrom r4JUyf Olll Valdea ValdeaAs ValdeaAs
As a matter of fa faCt act no railway te being beingbuilt beingb1JlIt beingbuilt
built from Valdez Va Ide The Ala Aka ka Central Centralrailway Centralrailway
railway is being built buiitby by the Tanana Con Construction Contraction Construetfon ¬
traction company panyfrom from Seward Of Officials ¬
ficials cis of Jfthele these two latter tter companies colR nle pro prortounce
rtounce riot the Kansas City scheme a swin swindle swindte ¬
dle The stranded men n at Vancouver Vancouverhave VanconerNne Vancouverhave
have appealed to the tb American consul and andhe andhe
he Is nvetucatinjt imeat atlrur the matter The men menpaid menpaid menpaW
paid no money for commission n to the Kan KanKist Kanras
Kist City people but put up only railway railwayfare railwa
fare to coast coa t points being promisedthat promisedthatpart PlOJUt pronilsed ed that thatpart
part of that would be rebated that free freetransportation frtwtr freet4ansportation
transportation tr would V ould be furnished tJnli ed from fromHere frornWere
Here to VaWex Va ez and that thev tb would get getgood ptlood getgood
good joba The alleged d agents shipped shippedtho shippedthomeli d dI t e emen
men I ell in InJa large e lots securing low 10 railroadratR5 railroadTaisit railroad railroadrates
rates thereby and chanted lar ad the th men foP fuUfare faUfMre foPfare
fare the difference being promBuffalo pr prom profitr ftt ftt1IIIr
1IIIr
TXa r NC AOO A OONUNThN OONUNThNBuffalo X XBdlo
Buffalo N Y May 14 ltntbe 14In In the inter international jntutlonal International ¬
national tlonal Y M C A convention today todayinvitations todayInvitations
invitations for the next convention conventionwere eoonntlOAere conventionwere
were ere received from Portland Ore Ore1Ii Sail SailFrancisco aJraaetsco 8i 8iFracaco
Francisco Denver Washington Wa lI11OD IX D C Cand Call4 Cand
and Memphis phi They were referred to tothe Ietile tothe
the international committee committeeA
A report from the international com committee eomIIdt cornIflittee ¬
mittee IIdt was as then read recommending recommendingthat reeouunendInthat ndJaC ndJaC1IIIIt
that the committee rommlUeebe e be permitted p rmOted to tocontinue tojOtI tocontknue
continue jOtI lnve its army navy and an other otherwork otberwOJk otherwork
work that the international intfnn conven convention eonvedUfm couventipn ¬
tion be held in 1907 100 and that the the melD membership melD1pership ninabership ¬
bership of the committee couatt ee be increased increasedto
to fiftyfour fiftyfourTAXD ftftyfourPAIJ fiftyfourfAID
TAXD A iSrcrr TAC trt > MCV PczChicago MCVChicago cs
Chicago Ch May 14 IfHar 14Harry Harry 6 Selfridge Selfridgegenera SelfrldgsgrflraI
genera grflraI manager managfrof of the Marshall n Field FieldA rtetdro
A 60 ro retail has bought the business businessOf nea
Of gchleainger Jchlellin er It Mayer Mr f folfrldge folfrldgewin slfridgswill
win conduct his new newent enterprtoe tinder Undorthe tinderthe
the firm name of It Q 1 Selfridge A Co CoThe o oThe
The price paid was w 50WOe t S060OS0b S060OS0xILLIO 50WOeXorfolk
I XiLLI xILLIO r n 7ST 7STNorfolk b
Xorfolk Nit X lh < May Mn iiA killing killingfrort killingfrost
frost damage > 1 fruit and vegetable v blett in innorthern innorthern
northern Nebraska last nlgfit t The Thetemperature TtaeI Thetemperature
temperature te perature reached rea h 29 > aboue a xero xeroVancouver seroOAJOrI1AL8 SelOw
I w
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + +
4 a at
+ t OAJOrI1AL8 EXECUTED +
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+ 4 Vancouver B C May 13 14 HMail HMailI 14Mailadvices Mail + +
+ advices on the Australian steamer SleamtrJlIOtyera 4 4Miotvera
I + Mlowera today are that live men mfnf menwere +
4 + were Killed and eaten by cannibals annibalor + >
f
4 of the Admiralty islands j in thc l hf hf8uutb +
3 4 4 South sea The T1o British Briii h wal waihij waihijCondor varshi < hj hjt +
t + Condor was Bent to the scene elle uiid Sildf 4
f 4 4 set fire to the village where the thetannihas 4 4cannibals
+ cannibals resided The Th Condor Condorthreatened CondorthNatnetoannitlHat + 6 6threatened
+ threatened thNatnetoannitlHat to annihilate < the tleil tleillage vii
4 lage if ii did u Rt t hand over P riif 1 II IIcanQlbaJs lu lucannibat +
+ cannibals Thisv Thi This svsdone qS sdone done and tli tll 4
4 ciwmiba > > t shot ht 4 4
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and andTht TNMim 8 pllollce iceao so farreachii farreachiiIs
Is tat Ullll Jjnsjstifiii c Ion of propriety proprietyhave plOlNietyhave proprietyiv
have been kss < lta in to pass upon t tmatter Ii tmttSr
matter at In tbe thSPseof easeof of Nellie Rose U Ulyear tiISpoerold 1
lyear ISpoerold r < ld dvaghter ghter bter of Mr and Mi MiGeorge M MiOeorge
George H Rose flU Somerby y sUe sUeFor
1 FOr Jo r the pest two weeks eelta Nellie h hi 11bdeR I Ibeen
i been denied entrance to her r home homecause b bcaUM tocause >
cause ilia she refuses to beg her moth mothpardoja mothtor mothpor4 >
pardoja por4 for or sitting altti out on o the ba bapoek batorch
torch with It Charles CU Johnson a yew youii yewfriend OUI OUItI1ead
i friend sifter I tto > oclock in I the eve eveIng enlIn evelag
lag In
Ingfeastfans feastfans That AM Involved InvolvedIf
If Mary cannot come under the ia iaental 13ental i iental
ental roof unless she pm promises to di dimiss d dimiss I Imi
miss mi John at the hour fixed by moth mothit
it w up to John to tplearn learn n and andfesr fear iii iiihour h hhour hhour
hour Little Nellie Rose tearfully tearCUIi tearCUIiserta a aBerts o osorts
sorts that she doesnt t see why si sishould sishould j jehouJd
should beg her mothers pardon ju jubecause j jubecause IJ IJCharUe
because Charlie sat t out on the ha haporch hapofth haporch
porch a little late Ia She malm maJntatbat maintao maintaothat a athat
that it was only halfpast Ifpeat 9 oclock oclockthe ollkthe oclockthe
the evening of Sunday 81111 May 1 ulu ului w II IImamma limamma
i mamma turned out the lights ai ailocked a aIocked I Ilocked
locked the door Now If Charlie cm cmI ca catstay 11 11etay
I stay longer than I 636 3s oclock what whatthe whatiJie l lUte
the fun f of coming at all allle aUthere allTm
le there to be a sliding scale when whenby whfrby wherby
by suitors are to be pat t upon uponoclock a aoclock aoclock
oclock limit during dart th t the first thi thimonths thlmoDtlla thimonths <
months of their courtship and gra graually graua1Iy graiialiy <
ually advanced as tbe old old oldprogresses fit fitPIOPIe stprogresses
progresses May John be given givenchanc givenc givenchance
chance c depending upon his faithfu faithfunese faithftto faithfuness
ness to reach by heartfelt degreee ti tihours I II10urs thours
hours of Ifr 11 and even 12 before beforeI i iis
is I required to reach for his hat or f fthe ftbe Ithe
the gate if aa in the ease of Nell NellRose Nf1IRcMIe NellRose
Rose and Charlie Johnson the twa twaare tware twaare
are re seated upon the porch porchAnd porchADd porchAnd
And then comes another qUetJti qUetJtiIf que n nIf >
If the girls all stand by Nellie Re Reand R Rand Rand
and declare for union uni hours at t nigh nighsay nigisay
say from S to ltW iC are their anothei anotheito
to be permitted to point to t the do doui doIn dotitt <
ui case they tbe exhibit DO tendency tendencyask teudeucyaih 1 1Uk
ask pardon pardonftory pardonStory nJoD
nJoDIt
Story As Told loBoo loBooi
i I cant go 0 home bccsuoc mamm mammsays mamnisays mm l laye
says I Imuat must beg her forgiveness tor tea teafully teafuIJT teafully
fully stated Miss MI Rose at police Iee beat bealuartera heatqtlhrters
1 quarters uartera yesterday ye terday where she h hbeen hi I Ibeen 1been
been taken by Mrs Helen Jarvis Jarvisstate Jarviste Jarvisstate
state te her case to Chief Lynch LJnehU I Isure lsure
sure U I dont know anything Jve ve domat do dothat dothatloughttobeforgiv
that thatloughttobeforgiv I ought to be forglveavfr torlv T I Jt Jtkee t tI <
kee nost night wkg 41M 41MI 1 1I
I might mi bt come co m e ho home me ar a afthr 1 being be Ina InaJlIItf9 v vget
JlIItf9 wo 0 wgek u unpc
npc tttift tne tg I l lw I IO5rn4
O5rn4 w ll i g6es wol wolget 01
get in here uiitfl e sl she has asked r rpardon rIUd8n risidon
pardon I have been living with W Mi MiJohnson 141JobiUloa MJohnson
Johnson on South State street arid vi wiM viMrs I INra
Mrs M Jarvte across acr the road since sincehad methad sinceliad
had the door locked on me that Su Suday Suday Suday
day night Id like to go back ba k all rgt Hghbut rgtbat rgtbat
bat how can I ask forgiveness forgivenessNellie forstveneuNeIIIe forgivenessNellie
Nellie seems a good ood girl rl to me mei meaid mesaid >
said Mrs Jarvls ani in the chiefs offl offlyesterday om18terday 0111yesterday
i
yesterday Of course she has the theepaeptic thfPllet theepliagtic
epaeptic Pllet tlc fits but I cant t eay wheth wbethr wbethrtb r rthat rthat
that t has anything to do with her trot trovble trmble trotble
ble with her mother 1 underBtai understaoifrom i ifrom
from what she trite tel me that it wasn wasilas wasnas wasnas
as late as 10 oclock when her moth mother motherlocked r ri rlocked
i locked the door on her herChildren herOIailcIrea herObUdren
Children Tell the Btorjr BtorjrNeithervMrs totyNeitheiv
NeithervMrs Neitheiv Mrs Rose nor the girTg fa fai father fitthor
i ther was at home last night when d dHerald i iHerald iHerald
Herald representative called but the thestory tlwstol7 thestory
story of Nellies trouble was 8 volubU volublanti votuhiend
1 and severally told by bythe the girls girl younger youngerbrothers young ° r rbrothers
brothers and sisters to the number t < J Jfour > f ffour ffour
> four
fourNellie
Nellie had been out awful late th thnight IhntlJetore =
night ntlJetore before confided 12yearold L U Lcvt Lcvthose vi viRose t tRoee
Rose and when she sat t out on th thporch I thporch h hporcb
porch with that I Johnson boy 8unda 8undanight 8undanlpt Sundanight
night it made mamsna 1Da mad I think thinkNellie t h Jl k kI
I Nellie is a pretty sassy BY girl No Noepileptic Ji hi r repileptic
i epileptic fits fi didnt have anything anytbingi r rdo rI
i I do with her being locked out of the thehouse 1 thehouse h hhouse
house She caused c all the trouble by byi b bI
i I 1 not asking uk pardon for sitting sittln < up late latewith latewith latewith
with Charlie CharlieMiss Cbarllej CharllcMiss
j Miss II Rose baa haa besides 1 her younger youngerbrother youngbrotber youngerbrother
brother Levi three sisters ranging in inage i ii iiage J I Ialre
age from S to 14 J6May May Theresa and andLouisa antiLouiaa andLouise
Louisa There are several older broLh broLhera bro 1 1ed iiem
era As far as could couldbe be learned yes yesterdays yesterdays f ¬
J terdays conference e between the girl girland girtau gii I Iand
and au Chief Lynch bore no Immediate Immediatefruit tmmedla1I immediafruit
I fruit The TbelrL girt announced her inter intertion
I ion of ofpastd passing the night with ltb Mis Misj 11 tl t tiJarvJ rI
j iJarvJ Jarvia It is asserted rted at police boa heaQuarters boatiuarters <
Quarters that the t parents I8r ts may h h0U8ed t tobliged re reobliged
1 obliged if the girl should sbou so wish wishprovide t tprovide i iprovide
provide for her herBut herI beeBut
I But there sttH is the vexatious que quetion qUefI qucetion
tion How late may sweetheart sweetheartclasp sweethEartc s sciip
I clasp c hands and count stars starsWas starsWas 1 1W
Was W young Johnson exceeding ezce dIng ne th thtime thtime the thetime
time limit mit for a three months courier courierby oourkrby court r rby
by 8t staying ytD beyond 939 p m mCan mcan soCan
Can there be any arbitrary time Jim 5immade JimI immade
made and if so what may be expected expectedas
I
I as the consequence consequenceATTEMfT consequenceATTEMT 7 7I 7AITET
I s
ATTEMfT TO WRECK WtiCKA
A PASSErtGEf TRAIN TRAINChillicothe T1IAINCbiUlcothe TRAINChillicothe
Chillicothe Mo May Ma 14 HAt At attempi attempiwas atlemprmad attenipwas
was made today to wreck 1Vr k passenger tri triNo IrINo triNo
No 1 Ion on the Wabash railroad the Canno < anllu anlluBII
1 1 Bait which wlikbleft left St Louis last night bound buitnafor boundI 1 1tor
I for 4hei OuiSlis and the nortnwMt nortnwMtJames nOltln aortllwetI t tIamM
I James Dunn rural free delivery carr carrwent C ca irr irrto rr rrwest
went to gampsell l station to 0 get tbe o ufrom in infrom i ifrom
from the Cannon Ball Tne train wa wafew walew t tfew
few minutes min tes late and aD be walked up uptrack t tI etrack <
track lantern in hand A few hunur hunuryards hun hundryards r ram
yards am from the station he found two r rroad rroad rroad
I road ties thrown across the rains rainsremoved rUn4rem ratusremoved
removed rem ved the obstacles and started b hto bto K Kto
to the station Before he nad gone > 1 1the tI Ithe
I the distance i a ce he was attacked uy D two r rwho rwhe rwho
who beat him almost Imost into insensibility insensibilitystabbed inIleDJdblllt insensibilityI I II
I stabbed bed Dim His wounds re serious seriousVACAUCY kriouY seriousVACANCY
VACANCY Y CAJfCY TO BE FILLED FILLEDWahopfte FIUEDof E E3Iahc
Wahopfte of Sixteeath ixie5th Ward to be beTbe bet beTIle besorgnIasd
sorgnIasd Tendght TendghtThe t
TIle rte of the Sixteenth Sixteenthwill v vwill I Iill
will will ill be be reorganised rep a lsed this evening eveningoweting Dtr l l1III tnieetlng
oweting 1III tob to be > c held In S the word assen assenball asseblL
ball ballBishop 1 blLbishop Bishop bop G R Emery err was a chosen a aof an ao
of n the counselors to President Xei Nerri i iMorris
Morris rri When the pair ait1aae aW Laos stak stakdivided sta stadivided
divided into four separate stateai stateaireorganization ates atesreorganization stes i ireorganization <
t reorganization i = made eCe55r cesaary 17 t tcount I Icount tcount
count of the vacancy vacancyj yacancyTJDIOWJf vacanc vacancI
I
j I THXOWN TROWNPBOMSTELTCAR FBOM STPLIT SIPE I CAR CARCharles CARCharles I II
I Charles Benson had I r jble bJe w tvoiuluctor wOtHludor woiuluctor
oiuluctor on a Firs Fi < ath stree streej strEturtl 8treeurtl
j tUurtly turtl urtl af aJ1pf r n 11 last evening eveniriI
I was forcibly ejected f cted It is said saidj saideiH i iceived
j ceived eiH d injuries on the head headCross A ACross
1 Cross hospital where Mr lr Bn Bntaken Bentaken Botuitaken >
taken it was reported he only onl t ta tn ia >
a gtineral g nf > ral shaking up from his hisnaiinnt hi hiflil
1 naiinnt flil t at th hand of th i iiJi
1 11 aid aiitrh citghz i 1 1 > s

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