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C T PETERSBURG A Aug 9LTh3 9LTh3general Jelre JelreI Jelregene1 Ehe Ehegeneral I
ST general staff has received the fol following following I
lowing 1teiegrt tejegrajn t from WeuleaajU WeuleaajUGeneral Liellt IAeutena4ltGeneral t tGcncralSakharote
General GcncralSakharote SakharofC dated d ted Aug 3 3Our 3i 2Otij I
Our advance guard and advanced advancedtroops advanCedtrooa vaoo vaootroop
troops on to < the souttwn 8OUtt front yesterday yesterdayretired 7fttt yesterd1retIrdd rdaY I ITelirdft
retired slowly 10 1y towards the fortified fortifiedposition forUfte4poeltt fortifledpolU
position poeltt n of Ansbanshaii AnsbanshaiiRifle Al1sbanllhl11RlOt AiuhanehanrtIflo
Rifle fire fi wa was general alone the thewhole theWhole thewho1
whole line front frontThe trontTltf frontTh
The Th Japanese T Janeae artillery cannonaded cannonadedour canJIOnadour
our positions JX 8itiot1S at different points pointsOur POintOur potn potnOur
Our guns poured a heavy fire into intothe intothe LnteIhe
the columns of the Japanese JA n as a they theysdvan thqadanfd theyuIyanepd
sdvan adanfd < od and Inte their works and en entrenchments efttret1chments eRtretlmeflts ¬
trenchments and eventually tV tuaUy compelled compelledthem conweUethpm COflj1dthem
them to move their t vast camp from fromFa fromFamalna fromFamatna
Fa Famalna main a to the village of Baisataza BaisatazaAt BaialahAt BaismlazAt
hAt At 6 oclock in the th evening evenin there therewas thereas
was as 8 a lull in the flring flringPight JIrIngFight itringPight
Pight on Left L ft Plank PlankThe FlankThe Plankrtte
The hottest iott fighting tnx occurred on our ourleft OUr1eft Oureft
left eft flank on tfce south front of which whichour whichour hich hichour
our losses amnfgtted to COO 200During 00During COODuring
During the 4 night our advance advanceguards advaneer advanceguarda
guards ards retired rNi d to the principal posi position position poelC ¬
r C tion tionFive
Five divisions dh1 loh5 of the enemy took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the offensive against our couth lIth frontOur front frORtOur froatOur
Our troops repelled pelld towards the thesoutheast theBOttheast thesoutheist
southeast all attacks of the Japanese Japanesedirected Japenaedtreete4 edileCted
directed against their front while our ourtroops OUltroo ourtroo
troops troo on Ue right flank taking the theoffensive theoffentlive theA
A offensive toward tow nt evening drove the theJapanese tteJapanese tIeJapanese
Japanese back ba > k to Tounslnpu TounslnpuOur TounslupuOur
Our losses on the southeast front frontwere frontwere frontwere
were above 460 460Our 480Our 400Our
Our detachment on the east yester yesterday yesterday yeaterday ¬
day had a desperate fight fl t against a lnst con considerable conslde11tble conolderable ¬
siderable forces of the enfemy enfemyOn eahmYOn nhmyOn
On th tte fight flank our infantry infantryunsupported blfantrunBuppor hfaMryUflSuppored
unsupported unBuppor ed by artillery and though thoughthe thoughthe thoughthe
the Japanese were at t all points super superior superior nuperJoe ¬
ior numerically numerka y firmly and courage courageously courageously courageoushy ¬
ously repulsed repul ed the attacks began dur during ilUrInt diiring ¬
ing the night I t by the engagement E of the theadvanced theadaneecI theadvanced
advanced positions tions of Tsegow and andAn andAnphur andAnphL
An Anphur plug This aifair culminated in insharp Insharp n nsharp
sharp bayonet fighting and some of our ourregimental OUrregimental ourregimental
regimental officers o ers received sword swordbayonet swordbayonet awardbayonet
bayonet and revolver wounds woundsAfter woundsAfter woundsAfter
After desperate fighting on the ad advanced adanced adVanced ¬
vanced positions of Ttjegew w and andAnping andAnping ands
s Anping npIng our troops retired on the themain themain themain
main position iUpported by artillery artilleryThe artlUetjoThe artilleryThe
The Tamboff regiment on the left leftflank leftflAnk leftflank
flank at a t Tsc Tscgow ow w defended defen e4 an advanced advancedposition ada advnieed advnieedpositton ed edposition
position from 1 oclock in the morning moniIhtuntil morntguntil morninguntil
until 4 oclock in the afternoon re repetting re ref repelilng
petting f lIIng all the enemys attacks at the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point of 0 the bayonet bayonetThere beyonetThere bayonetThere
There were four counter attacks attacksThe attaeksTh attacksTh
The Th commander f of the regiment regimentColon TeimentCI regimentColoeI
Colon CI 1 Klembeunky K lftb Qky was as woanded woandedA wo n4ed n4edA
A turning movement by the thegageiwnt en engagement ngKtCQJf ¬
gagement gKtCQJf > nt against a aln t the left flank of otthe otthereew the theTmagww
Tmagww reew sewPOFItio portrteh I and the theemll enfilading liftg1 fire fireof fireof rff rffof 1
of their batteries baU on Kaeufou heights heightsand hethtsforced
fore forced the theand TamtH remmeb rei tqand
and the retreat ira s effected effectedorder e etedW tei 1I gQM1 gQM1tHder guditIMder I
order Six jnins t1S were abandoned R but butthey butwere butwere
they were broken b brukenad d renda reltd rel4 rel4Japflffiecr d 41 41Jah ftr ftrJap
Jap Japflffiecr xOffi m er er Suicide SuicideThe S SuicidesThe ieides ieidesThe
The Japanese attacked attak like fanatics fanaticsand fanaticaand fanaticiand
and their losses meet have been very verygreat verygreat ery erygreat
great greatA
A wounded Japanese officer o wo Who was wastaken was wastk as astaken
taken tk n prisoner escaped observation observationafter orvatIonafter tlon tlonafter
after his wound had been theed di eased and andkilled 8JHlkllleod andkilled
killed himself > 1f by b dashing his head headatraiwt ada headagalnM
atraiwt a ht the th stones stonesOur stomOur stoneaOur
Our troops captured a conskleraiie conskleraiienumber coD CenMdeiabenumber idera e enum
number num r of rities TUt 8 caps ps and other otherartichrs oUterartlc otherartiches
artichrs artlc of equipment from the tt e Japan Japanese JapanC JapanOur Japancue ¬
ese eseOur Our losses l on this thi front have not notbeen netbeen
4 been definitely ascertained a8 < but they theyvxceed tbqXNt1 theytxeeed
vxceed 19G 1509 killed or wounded woundedNotwithstanding woundedNotitb woundedNotwithatanding
Notwithstanding Notitb tandl the long and anddesperate cldE anddesperate
desperate dE > fighting and the consequent consequentfatigue lOl1 eonaequdntfatigue utnt utntfatiguE
fatigue the spirit of our troops troo was wasas wasas wasas
as alert aa 86 g5 ever and in the darkness darknessof
of night with rain falling heavily and andtransforming andtransforming 1
transforming the > ground into liquid liquidmud liquidmud liquidmud
mud they executed the necroaary necroaarymovements necesasrymovements y ymoveJft
movements moveJft onttl headed by their bands in inperfect laptrf Inprfert
perfect ptrf t order orderOn or orderOn er erOn
On Aug 2S c the enemy my tad not not8UOMCl as assumed assnnwd ¬
sumed any definite offensive measures measuresax mea ures uresAt
ax 1 any point potntaJoog along the whole wb front and andour andour andour
our troope gradually moved t 10 new newijnHUon newIJfI newP
ijnHUon ijnHUonAt IJfI P IUon IUonAt ItionAt
At about 2 oclock o > Jo ok in the afternoon afternoonit
it was discovered that the Japanese Jajmneaewere J Jen Japanesewere
were en > moving on Taempine by way oC oCYoudtottkau 0Youdloukau ofYoudbonkau
Youdtottkau YoudtottkauREPORT YoudloukauREPORT YoudbonkauREPORT
REPORT PROVES FALSE FALSEPossible FALSEPossible FALSEPossible
Possible Clue to Virmillien Vimu li n Mystery MysteryBased MysteIf ystar ystarBased
Based on a Rumor RumorTtumcre RumorHuJnlS Rumorfluuves
Ttumcre wwe wre ze extant yeaterday y lter after afterr ft afteroon t tT
r roon xm < and evening to the effect that thatfootprints ttf thattGtpdnts
footprints f prlns haJ been n found in the cellar relutror tfI tfIof
or 0 the VirmllUon drug lma tore tore HI West Wests4 WestS4ond Vea Veaond
s4 S4ond > ond So SOuth th Htrp 9t1f4ft t indicatfK iJMIjeatlMt iJMIjeatlMtfoClIene tuu tuusomeojie ttaton1ene
someojie ba bad i fniined entry to the U1 base bacenvnt seJ114 basemnt
nvnt J114 nt by meaDS of a r idc e window The Thefootprints Thefootprint Thefootprlnts
footprints it was as claimed ended en kd at atthe attlelrs atthe
the tlelrs sAairs leading headln up to the interior of ofthe of1be ofthe
the rear room Th The footprInts tootp nttl it was wasrumored w wrumored wasrumored
rumored had been discovered di C vertd by Jus Justice Ju Juilfoe JustICO ¬
tice J S VirroilUon father of the dead deaddruggist deaddru deaddruggist
I IJustice Ilusticc
druggist druggistJustice dru b It
Justice Virmlllion said last night n t that thathe th the thet1e
he e had found no new ne clue to the m mtery IDYJ IDYJffry myatery >
tery He had heard nothing nothl concern concerning coocerllrill coocernjug ¬
rill the discovery tf vfThe t the marks marksThe marksTbe
The coroner j jy M ry will resume in inquiry inquiry inquiry ¬
quiry tomorrow ctornteg ctorntegSTRIKERS momtara iiornIngSTRIKERS
a a 11 11STRIKERS
STRIKERS WEAKEN WEAKENIndications WEAKENIndications WEAKENIndication
Indications That End of Packing PackingHouse PackingRouse PackingBouse
House Trouble is Near NearChicago NearCblea8V NearChtea
Chicago Chtea Aug 38 3SThe The members me of ofthe ofUt oftte
the nations executive tie committee of ofthe orthe ofthe
the outchera leo u held H two hours hoursmeeting houlll1n hoursmeeting
meeting 1n UDg tonight t w discuss the present presentCondition lIC2M presenteondltion > nt ntcondition
Condition of the stock yards strike strikeAfter IItriktA strikeAfter
After A ttr the adjoanwment of the t meeting meetingthose meetIngthose tI tIt
those t e present would not divulge dhul what whatthey whatthey hat hatthey
they had done but made ma th Lbs an announcement announCtment announcement ¬
nouncement that mKWug definite deftnite1Jld deftnite1Jldn Mid Midbeen thdbeen
been n settled aDd titttt another r meeting meetingwould meetlnwould meetingvould
would be held in the themoralug themoralugBy morning morningBy m8n m8nBy
By some members of the executive executivecommittee executiveCmflhlttee e eommltt
committee ommltt the idete has be bteft bteftthat n advanced advancedthat dYl4Odthat
that the proposition propo ition should be made to tothe tothf toth
the th > packer pack to call oft the strike If thepa thepackers the thepackers
packers pa < kers will w l make individual JD hJ41ual agree agreements a amfnts agreemeats ¬
meats with tk this men menCornelius menCornelius menCornelius
Cornelius Shea Sb Bead of the national nationalorganization n1l nt1onnl4rgan Uona1Hrganlzati
organization 4rgan zati of teamsters arrived in inChicago
Chicago Chi go tonight He declared that he hehad hebad hehad
had come to confer with the packing
house teamsters who W Q are now nowstrike ott ottstrike tt ttstrike
strike because he understood that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they were desirous of calling off 0 tL tLstrike t1strike tLO tLOstrike
strike as far as their own organization organizationIn
In concernedEBENGHMEir concerned concernedPnENcPlr
concerBedca
ca caFRENOBMEN
EBENGHMEir ARRIVE AEJUVBNew ARRIVENew ARRIVNew
New York Aug 28 SAlBOAS Among the per per6ons per8OM persons
sons wto arrived this morning on
board the French line steamer te La LaBretagne LaBretagae LaBretagno
Bretagne from fr JR Havre B were we Messieurs MessieursMolssan MessieursMolssan MessieursF
F Molssan Giard and PIcard of the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French institute tnst t1Jtf Paris M Mablliean Mabllieandirector MabiJIeandirector Mabihleandirector
director of the > Mueee social Paris M MKestcr 11Keeter MIceMer
Kestcr pTsiirnt fiT idnH of 0 a French jury on onawards onawards
awards at the St Loots exposition expositiont
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THE SALT L 1KE KE HERALD HERALDESThBLSHED
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SALT SAL < LXE OIT3U CIT < tTM331thDAY 1t p f = AUGUST < 29 > 1904 < J
RUSSIANS ONGE ONGEAGAIN ONGEAGAIN ONCEAGAIN
AGAIN RETIRE RETIREDriven RETIREDriven RETIREDrivenOut
Driven DrivenOut Out of Anshanshan After AfterFight AfterFight AfterT
T Fight FightBATTLE Fight FightI
J JHAUlE 1BAITLE i
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BATTLE DAY AND NIGHT NIGHTJAPAN NiGHTp
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4 4P
JAPAN J P A1fESE SB ADVANCE BEING BEINGBAPIDLY BEINGI BEINGRAlIDLY BEINGRAPIDLY
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RAPIDLY PUSHED PUSHED1lAO PUSHEDJ PUSHEDlIAO
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1 IAO YANG Aug 4UgS SK 2SThe The e Russians Russiansretiredi Ru RussiansL fans fansJeUreA
1lAO L retiredi JeUreA 1JItm nm Anhinaban AH6b 4l nzan an yester yesterday ycat ester esterd r raStir ¬
day d alter a fight which com comed com commaiKsed comMaCed
maiKsed ed on ja morning of Aug 26 and andeoitClnuSi Indottunu nd ndotInud
eoitClnuSi ottunu otInud in a desultory de fashion all allday aUdan allqla7nnjiilgl4
day dan qla7nnjiilgl4 qla7nnjiilgl44xragesae and < tilgkl tilgklArcaajeements bIS
Arcaajeements e ts for a battle had been beencoaiptetod 0000co booncowptd
coaiptetod co Jlit ci by night tfme me when the dr dr4er Oxder i itier
tier to retire retirewaz was UI given on account aceo accopt t of ofthe o otile ofthe
the situation to to o the east eastThe enstTbe eastThe
The enter wa was recelvedwlth received wIth disap disappointment disappohtt disappointmeit ¬
pohtt pointment by the troop The retire retirement retirel retirelflnt ¬
ment l WB wag made in nv u or Orderly edy manner mannerThe mannerThe mannerThe
The plain betweta Anshanaban and andHajeheng andHQ andHu4cbeu
Hajeheng HQ beDg was covered with Japanese Japanesetroope JapanesetNJ Japanesettess
troope whx > burned the bridge and awdBttjeJled audIllteUHI andaltelled
BttjeJled the railway station after the theRussian theRuSliian theRussian
Russian retirement retirementThe retirementThe tlnrinentnIe
The Russian losses amount to 3M 3MThe 3iOTile 3OThe
The Japanese J are advancing with great greatrapidity greatIiIpIcllty greatrapidity
rapidity IiIpIclltyAavance
Advance Being Pushed PushedThe PushedThe PushedThe
The advance from the sduth is ap apparently xtpparently p pparenti ¬
parently being pushed borne Souiia Souiiaof Soun Sounof
of artillery artm from that direction ars arsplainer ureplainer rft rftplainer
plainer than they were ere yesterday yesterdayThe 0 0The
The Chinese at Mao Tang Y aug ng are brMg brMgiB brJ br1lji g glf
iB lf f tint l t women and children chfI ren which they theyusually theyus theyuoosjly
usually us do when expecting a Japanese Japaneseadvanc Japanesead Japaneseadaae
advanc advancThe ad adaaeThe
adThe
The Russians had sustained a hot ar arUH arUJIery axtllle
UH UJIery tllle y fight all aI of Aug 25 6 on the east eastern etatera t tern ¬
ern front b ot t held ld their th II positions positionsAt
At 5 odock4n oelock l the tbee theevening evening the Asso Associated Associated Assoelated ¬
ciated Press correspondent crossed crossedever crossedover
over to the left flank The understand understandrag
rag was that the Russians would con concentrate concenttte ¬
centrate heavily in the morning for an anattack ant1aek anattack
attack of the Japanese in that direc direction direction directioli ¬
tion and the surprise S rpllse was greater there therefore t1 therefore ere erefore ¬
fore at the order to retire retireSuperior retireSuperior
Superior Jap Force ForceThe PayeeThe
The explanation is given that the thetenth theteRtIl thetegth
tenth corps especially General GeneralHerschelmanns GaneralHerschelmanas GeneralHerscheimanns
Herschelmanns divsion on the ex extreme extrt extreijie ¬
treme trt me left was confronted by a greatly greatlysuperior greatlysuperior
superior su eoor force of Japanese Though Thoughthe Thoughthe Thoughthe
the Russians Rus lans fought bravely and held heldall heldall heldall
all their positions they had lost an animmense allImmense anImmense
immense number of officers officersMost officersMost officersMost
Most probably the retirement from fromthe
the Anshanshan position arose frota frotathe frotathe
the same reason that the whole moun mountain mouniala ¬
tain division as well as the eastern easterntroops easlerntroops easterntroops
troops retired apparently y not because becauseof
of o the pressure of the Japanese but for forStrategic lortegicteasons fort
Strategic t ± ategIe tegicteasons tegicteasonsThe reasons reasonsThe easousThe
The rains had made a thick and andbinding andbiadtnS andbinding
binding mud which almost paralyzed paralyzedwagon paralyzedwagon paralyzedwagon
wagon transportation and made the themovement themovement themovement
movement ot guns even more difficulttho difficultThouL difficult difficultThough1
Though1 tho SI the Japanese witnessed the theslow theslow theslow
slow reUrement of the eastern division divisionthey dlvlsionthey divisionthey
they made no attempt to follow the theby theR1ns
R1ns being apparently p ently exhausted exha11stedby
by the duel oT Aug 24 4and and 25 5 and the thedesperate thede3pefte thedesperate
desperate de3pefte and an1u unsuccessful cee8IfUJ all tlay ay at alta att
ta kSt iitr364 iitr364tidiififi t
XTay tbe tidiififi of i cannonfeGms fm1 is Isbeard j jTh
1 beard rd PlainlY in Liq l lflg jig It i Is IsffliOuth
t ffliOuth 4il the soutk yth ythT
Zt1le
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T Th Japanese e seem tqrbe tJ t1Le advancing be14h7Ulclnta14Jn advancingaloft agvanctngaOs
aloft a14Jn tile ej entIre re front fx t jwrtieularly jwrtieularlymoving JM psrtleulariymoving rtfouiarly rtfouiarlymo
moving mo ng wiq wiqez with a large force up the val valley vilf vatI ¬
ley I of f ttB t tI L 1 Llao river rb rbHOLD rivet1 rivet1noi j jHOLD
HOLD noi LARGEABEA LARGEABEABussians LUtGE ABBA ABBARussians
Russians Successfulll Defend Port PortArthur 1ortArthur PortArthui
Arthur ArthurtJao ArthurLIae ArthuiTAae
tJao Yang Yang Aug 36 delayedIn delayed In in trans transmisglon trans transDli86lot1Numerous transxalssloiiNumemus
misglon Dli86lot1Numerous Numerous reliable reports reportswhleh reportswhich j jwhich
which have reached bed here through a di dipRfepS dtP dis dispah
pRfepS P l carrier r Mid d other persons are to tothe totbe
the t e effect e < ect that despite de the extreme extremeJapanese cxtreneTapaft extremeJapanese
Tapaft Japanese measures eures of the past fort fortnight fortnJ1ht fortn1bt ¬
night to pocfeqt p jt it a blockade hl cknde of Port PortArthur PortAilbur PortAsthur
Arthur by y naHs of sinking all junks junksnear junltsl junksnear
near l ear that place the Russians outside outsidePort outsideP4It outsidePort
Port Arthur are considerably under underftIdqaat underestimated i ieHUmatcd
estimated aa is also the resisting pow power power
er r of the fortress which is likely to 14h tqhoki tohold
hold out for two month and possibly possiblyuntil possiblyuntil lbI lbIunUl
until JanQftry JM ITe even e1l under such a aatretagdi gtJt astreigttt
atretagdi tJt of assault as the Japanese are areai areCbry areu arecptrary
u ai
aiContrary Contrary to fhe xe belief here that lh the lheJa theJapaae J JJap
Ja Japaae Jap iBag had taken the outer out r forts at atPort atPort t tPort
Port Aftteur it in now understood that thathe thatbe thathe
he KUlMns up to Aug li l were suc succeoBfully SUCf sueeeCuII7
ceoBfully f d defending > fend ing a livemile circum circunifrtence lre U1 U18hd j jference
ference Sod od UuU although the old townwas town townwas townw
was w receiving r vHS an average ItYera of twenty twentyfire twenty1Ite twentyfive
fire Japanese 1apllD shells daily the restau restaurants reslluJ1lnts restnuruts
rants an and l clubs properly safeguarded safeguardede safeguardedet1uu4
mttimc4 cw e < oaen 1 upe and there t was order orderthroognoUt orderthroughOttt orderthrougb
throognoUt througb it the town The Japanese JapaneseoccaskmaJly Jao Japanxeoccasionally e eaaIoIUIJlJ
occasionally aaIoIUIJlJ a shell iel el the new town and andoften andoften i ioften
often attempt to rush the outer outertrenches outertrenches I
trenches sometimes arriving td within within1M withinlee i
1 1M y yw4s te of them when they t ey are un unable unable tinable ¬
able to Hold their t 1r own owing to the themortality theJP themortality
mortality JP in their ranks raak5TM rasksThe j jThe
The wouwtef w wsuade CroaJL fro Kaofeagsblk IQIoftDg ltlk are arearriving arearrlVint arearriving
arriving he h hsee e 1eia ty An important on Onftmnt ongagenient j jgagement
gagement ftmnt tit 1 ex c eXeLgtI ectatl a at Koafengshik Koafengshikthis
this morninpVot mornl there has been no noreport nopport noreport
report fr fre new M that at nuRfter qUh up to toocloclc 1 1oclock 15 15ocIeck
ocloclc Two Japanese supposed suppos to be becorrespondejcrs betOr becorrespondents
correspondents tOr hftving fIn Dg cameras meras in intheir Inthftr Intheir
their IIIMS lOSseUiQO io s aQn were ere captured outside outsidetheir outsidetheti t ttMb
their lines linesThe lilMlJ1 lilMlJ1The linesThe
The position P tIO at Koafengshik at atoclock atoclock 2 2oclock
oclock Oils tIIomi11 JHOrnins was wa unchanged unchan unchangedInvestatless d dIn i iInw
Inw In Investatless ti tie tioit shows that the forego fon1od foregolog j
log dtapatel d though Hearing filing date dateof dateof 1 1of
of Aa Aug A 55 3 wax all not traabnaitted tra Jtted from fromI troAlUo fromLine
I Uo tao T Tang ng until 1Au Aug 28 S While this thtedtsp thlBd thisdIspti
d dIspti dtsp tel wHich JUch vtay hose been held hetc1up heldup i iup
up toy bfthe AM he censer indicates that An Anshan Ann Anshanaban
shanaban shan 4ian n wax as eva faeuated iated Aug 25 5 5ter a alater aistot
later ter dispatch already seat t out dated datedAug datedAug datedAug
Aug 38 Rtateii Irtat that the Russians Ru stans stansflred re retired retired
tired from th4t position on on Aug AugTIM 27 27The 7 7The
The discrepaney tUtIc J eaanet now be ex explained e eJArS enPs ¬
plained
JArS Ps TAKE NEW FORT POBTDrive FORTDrive PORTDrive
Drive Bus BiisnsOut tuts Out of Bichlungshan Bichlungshanand
and Hold It ItChefoo Itoo Ttiiefoo
Chefoo oo Aug 98 7 w Po m nilsforms Information InformationWch 1J1Cormatflnwb1ch lion lionwhich
which Wch to a ver very C1 > great extent t confirms confirmsnv ensfirumrepores ftrDJ8 ftrDJ8of
repores nv of conditions at U Port Artkur Art dr ww wwi W8RI wxreeitsd
reeitsd i d here today 1t1 r junks which left leftthere leftt leftthere
there t on AMK s 14 and A Avg AvgTbe g 9C 9CThe t tThe
The most Important statennm agreed agreedto
to o by umssfnafvs pa8lfDJfiS on these Junks who u bo were wereRtri WEretntwwt wereintegWSrwed
tntwwt Rtri w d br the correspondent tVnI8 Oftdentf jot the theMeoeiatMl tmAMoriat the4hs6oetat4
MeoeiatMl Press confirms thereporcs that thatth thatf tJflitthe
f the th Russtma Ru ta have tx btt b44fl > > n driven Irom the thefort thefnrt thetort
fort ImroedJairty IIR east ef the railroad This Thisfort Thisfort Thisfort
fort is namd 11811I d Klctolnngshan and in isen locnteK locnteKem IoMIQIItaft
em tfce tall 06 oftlw the Dragoon Drag 9ft hills alOng atangthe alongthe
the aumaiitc 9t o ot Which Whldltbt the caurt tm ° rn defense defenseof
of Port Arthur are built builtWhen builLWMn huillVheu I
When the Russian forces f retired retirMlnnn retirMlnnnPort from fromFort ftomFort
Fort It I ItsJu an they entered OD Fort Xe e IS ISta 15 15to 15to
to lobe be nafftVof nor north oC taiaocaankw During the thenlyhts tben thenlgiuts
nlyhts n ts of Augwt 18th and isth while whileIt
It Was r Tahdg hrfi 5 tile Japanese attempted to toMont I I Iatorm
storm Fort Antszsban AM8 which is k strong strongpetition strongpottIuon strongpottion
petition sdjflnlng sd ng Itzshan toward this thiscity thcity th thcity
city but were W weL JQ repulsed repu with heavy be1Jv losses lossesDaring lossesDrft1g lensesDuring
Daring the night nIg of August Augu t Sndl ni 1 a heroic heroleb heroicbend heroicid
b id of 5 51 JapaBese JaDfL eM attempted to capture capturet captureFort captureFort
Fort t Nointfew No t in tM midst ot a atarm AI AIgt nme r rnm
me nm gt tae entire detachment wss killed killedChindeclare killedThe killedlhe
The > Chindeclare Chinese declare however that the theius tbeRus theRussiaS
Rus ius ans haw evacuated teed ort No 5 i but butirtiether butWhether butwhether
Whether by reason of this assault or the theapanage theJapaD theJapanae
JapaD Japanae apanage e artillery fire fir cannot be learned learnedihe learnedThe learnedThe
The Japanese are unable to occupy No NoThe i iTbe 5 5Tb
Tb The ligbtinc UgbtinRtrom from Aug 17 to tjWMS Aug Us 5Z 5Zw
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CABLE TO ALASKA ALASKAWires ALASKAWires ALASKAWires
Wires Joined Amid Great Jubi Jubilation jubilation Jubilation ¬
lation at Seattle SeattleIs Is a Gov Government GOYernm GovernmentEnterprise ¬
ernment ernm ernmentEnterprise ernmentEnterpriseSeattleAug nt Enterprise EnterpriseSeattle
Seattle SeattleAug Aus uS 2 SAmld Amid the tbechcering tbechceringof thecheerfug thecheerfugof choerjns choerjnsof
of 39t men and women the shrieking shriekingof shrlekbtof
of whistles and the playing of the na national netional aStional ¬
tional anthem the final splicing of the theSeattleSitka theSeattleStka theSeattleSltka
SeattleSitka government go ernmeDt cable was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made at 3 330 SO this afternoon in the har harbor harbor harbor ¬
bor ten tenmlles miles out of this city Ten Tenminutes Tenminutes Tenminutes
minutes later Mayor BallingeY of Seat Seattle Seattle Seattie ¬
tle cut the ropes holding the joined joinedends joInedend joinedends
ends end of the wires aboard ab the United UnitedStates URltodS t7nltudatates
States S ee cabfesttffi o8i Bjurjslde Du de and with a asplash aJ1l18h ai1anh
splash i1anh the completed C9 ti4r4 ire eonnectln eonnectlnthe conneetI5the connecting connectingthe
the United States ajjtd Alaska fell to tothe totlHt t tthe
the bottom of Pust 111 Sound andthe andthework Adt1iework aadthnwork
work of months ori the part of the sigr sigrnal sl slnat tg tgnal
nal corps Q rp6 o GttDe 4he United States na nawas navy navyvas Y Ywns
was completed completedThe completedDbeeeremoni completedThe
The Dbeeeremoni ceremonie ceremo Is were simple but Im Impresetve JinPJ Ixupreadve
presetve PJ SeWe Fifty of f Ute Filipino com composing oomposin coalposln ¬
posing posin the th thcrew erew of the cableshlp were weremassed weremassed weremassed
massed on the rigging ri of the big ves vessel vessel yesS ¬
S sel which was decked with 1th streamers streamersfor streamersor streamersfor
for or the occasion Three hundred yards yardsaway yardsaway yardsaway
away floated the steamer Queen crowd crowded ¬
ed with prominent army and navy na y peo people people peeplo ¬
ple and officials of this and other otherWashington ollieVaqfington otherWaiington
Washington cities The rigging of the theQueen theueeR theOueen
Queen ueeR was also brilliant with withAbout flags ltegsAbout flagsAbout
About a mile away was the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UntiedStates
States monitor Wyoming WyomingLOS WyominLOS Wyominge WyomingLOS <
e
LOS ANGELES ANGELESCUT ANGELESCUTNoTrains CUT OFF OFFHb OFFNo
Hb NoTrains Trains Were Bun Into City OityYes OityYesterday Yes Yesterday STesterday
terday terdayLos terdayLos terdayLea
Los Angeles Angsl a Aug S8 58For For the thedJqt thedJqttlm 1Jrst 1Jrsttime irsttime
time tlm since there have been twa t tw sau saurdads n11 n11ri3ads u urd
rdads rd ads built into Los La Angeles Aag leSi f font om m tl1 thetst the theeast
east tst there were no overland trains tr JJ1SJn JJ1SJnor in inor Inor I
or or out of f the city today Tjffic onthe ontheSouthern on onctheSouthern e eSoutbemPaeUIc
Southern SoutbemPaeUIc PSiO Paoinc ie at a standstill SCandsU1JIRg oi ow owlag
1 lag S to the tR washing out of the trrfdk trrfdkoiethe tnr trcikoiUie k ko
o oiethe de deeert ert yesterday between t tween Beau Beaumont Beaumont Beaumost ¬
mont and Bkrasco < o Three miles 0f 0ftrack Ofirack f ftrnck
track ws wp earned cut ut and ala traSlc will willnot wil1not willnot
not fee rejoined < Ifefore tomorrow o morn morninr mornIn mornin
inr In
inrThe The Tbee effect < t of the t water atfT at the scene sceneof sceneof
of the ekMHlbum yesterday y was so ter terrific terrific tsrrifle ¬ I
rific thalrelphty tll gltty pound steel fIt l rails were weretwistod weretwIstedfiI tte ttetwtstotf
twistod twIstedfiI tuiO 1 broken and parried al rkd ronald considerable ron ronalderable d dcrable ¬
erable dfeiaaces from their original originalresting orl originalresting n1 n1rt3t1Ul
resting places nacesConsiderable > I IConstdfllltble IConsiderable
Considerable stork wa drowned drownedcountry drownedOuntry drownedcOuntry
country bridge brfd carried earrkdjway way and roads roadswashed rpadswash roadswashd
washed wash out The Southern SoUl hem Pacific Pacificoverland Pacificoverland I
overland train traJ11tJ h both th east es and west westbound We9tbound westbound ¬
bound fin je tied up u Several delayed delayedSanta dl dlayei1Souls yfC1 yfC1Santa
Santa Fe tntlnc tn ne e e ell ei route over > r the theSouthern theSouthern II IISOUtilcnl
Southern Psdfle from tom tim th east are areAmong areAmCrDb areamong
Among those held up east of the the Beau Beautnont Beaumont
mont XvaaitouL XvaaitouLIt
It ic hoped to get them through < ltl1J by byThe bytomorrow
tomorrow morning JlJorniliSThe morningThe I
The Santa S nta F has not yet brought broHghtany bOttJhtallY broughtany
any of the delayed d train into the citr citrover city I IOVer
over its regular fe 1ar ro route tte Uhoughtn a1too1SbtMd athoughtldamage Uhoughtndamage
damage d ge 0 the thetracb tracks at It t arlene places placesin
in h Arizona has he been temporarily r rnaJred r8 raA 1
f fw8llbout
naJred naJredA
A washout at Oro Grande last night nightgave nightgave nightgave
gave that road anjothtrapeli of trouble troubled tIOU troubleand t taI
aI and d qiiused tused delay to trains This Thl has hasbeen hasteen hasbeen
been pvejH pV pvcume JCIOme me however bo er and id it h I ex expected f enpeeled X Xpecte ¬
peeled tJfItl U tt trains will begin to arrive arriveover arrlvover arrivCover
over the tbeSnta Santa Fe fine from the Cast Casttomorrow mSttomorrJwWithout OnSttomorrw
tomorrow tomorrJwWithout without further interruptioil interruptioilSENATOR Int In torruptiodSENATOR rupUo rupUoGO
GO GOSENATOR
SENATOR HOAR SEES SEESTHE SEESTHE SEESI
THE NEWSPAPERS NEWSPAPERSWoroef
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4 + Worcester > r Mass U Aug 1JgT SThe The U UfoUowl 4 +
4 4 following foUowl b oulletln ilietin was given out outat outat +
+ at U oclock by General Rogkwood R kwood kwoodHoar 4 4 4llear
+ 4 Hoar +
HoarThe
+ 4 Th The senator ba has had a oom mfort esmfortb4 +
4 + fortaWe fort le d tIay y has h taken his no Jolr JolrtshmeRt r4 +
4 + ishment and has held his W 4Wn 4Wnt1l0ugh Ownthough own 4 +
+ 4 though thoughrthere there is no erWence of Inr in inCratle 4 +
+ crease r In In strength tNnitltFor +
+ 4 For the t11 first time since nce his ill ilIness +
4 ness he called this tbl11Wrnlng morning for the thenewspapers thenewspapers +
+ 4 newspapers and showed interest inter t tarad 4 4and +
4 and commentea on mutters of pub publie publtc 4
+ 4 He Interest htt 4 4TO
+ + + 1 + + + + + + + + + + + 44 44TO + 1
0 0TO
TO OPEN GOLD FIELDS FIELDSTekio FIELDST PIELDSTokfo
Tekio T k1o Aug Au Uf 2 Folfoiving ail irispoc irispocLion lris lOspoctbon ec ecUon
Lion made m de JW Byv government goemm nt engineers engineershe >
the he government has b S issued a preelftjna preelftjnaion
tlon ion making complete < preparation t tievelop to todewoJop todevelop
develop gold fields recently discovered discoveredin U coi red redip
ip in the province of Iwate The foreign foreignrs
ors > rs estimate that these fields will yield yieldjold yieldgold Ield Ieldgold
gold in o t 1jt < hjB Value al o of Jpoe000000 and they theyire tleyare theyare
are now preparing to start mining op oporations 01tIOJ oporations
orations tIOJ It is i is estimated cSttmat that the an anual ait1ual ananal
anal ual yield yl 1d 9J e f the mines Will 1Il be about aboutfl nbout11OO00t aboutieoooos
fl 11OO00t WOOOi
11OO00tdOES
dOES 4OES IN SEPT 24 24Liman 24Li 24Limalt
Liman Li Peru Aug 28 28Jose Jose Pardo PardOfwho Pardowho Pardowho
who was elected president of o PerU In InJune InJune inJune
June last lastw1U will be ipaugurated Sept 34 34Bxoltement 2fExonem 24Bxqftement
Bxoltement Exonem nt over ov r1hc the political situation situationIh situationfn
Ih fn Peru is lessening lessen Former Presi President Preslent Presilent ¬
dent lent ent Pieriola Dr Durand and the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people are opposed op Qfjd to a revolution
MEYERS MEYERSFEET FEET CHILLED CHILLEDBalloonist CHILLEDBalloonist CH1L1EDBalloonist
Balloonist Hunts u ujJ An Excuse Excusefor I Ifor
for Returning to St Louis LouisCompetitor louist
t Competitor Still Out OutSt OutJ Outst
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St Ix Louis > uis Aug 2Sl Sc 2CrI Ctl f Meyers tKis tKisaeronaut th tl tlaeronaut
aeronaut wh l wiio h started In a race racetrQnt racetrQntthe front frontthe fromthe
the Worlds WorJ s fair ralr grewnde nd yesterday for forthe tor torthe forthe
the Washington monument and whose whoseballoon whoseballion e eballoon
balloon landed necp ne n jr St Charles last lastnight ldtnight lastnight
night returned to t ti the city tonightMeyers tonight tonlgbtIeyers tonightMeyers
Meyers said saIdehe he landed where he did didbecause didbceauS didbecause
because he was afraid he would not notstrike notstrike notstrike
strike an an1 upper RC1 current urr nt that thatQUtd would take takehim takehim takehim
him cast After leaving I Ylng the fair fairgrounds fairgrounds fairgrounds
grounds the balloon ball was w s carried in a anortherly anorthorb anortherly
northerly dre Ur < uti eit1io ti o Neither NU < fenor 1t flOr JOrthc JOrthcQ the tiiebaloon thebaloon
baloon Q loOR wasnjUf was injure Mayg Said Saidwho s sTne geldTue
Tne hiaiioon Uoa ofGeos f T Tamf neon D6OIIwbo neonwho
who Slanted startet1zin in the race witK Pr Peide PtiidedtMeuers slde t tlleuera tleuera
lleuera was as seen last night anchored anchoredseveral aacboredsCeral authoredseveral
several miles north of Charleston A Afarmer Afanner Afarmer
farmer said that when it passed over overhis MeltIls overhis
his head the rope ropewas was dragging draggingTTTRAUDT draKtnbLEBA draggingLEBAUDYSHIP
LEBA LEBAUDYSHIP TTTRAUDT UDY SHIP IN DANGER DANGEREscaped DANGEREscaped DANGEREscaped
Escaped While Unoccupied and Drift Drifted Drifted Drifted ¬
ed Away AwayParis AwayParis AwayParis
Paris Aug 2S 28Lebaudyz Lebaudy steerable steerableballoon terableballoon steerableballoon
balloon narrowly escaped cscapeddcstrucUon cscapeddcstrucUontoday destruction destructiontoday destructiontoday
today The aeronaut ascended ftlcendetltbis ftlcendetltbismornlng this thfemorning thismorning
morning but was obliged obU ep ig ti come 3dwa 3dwaon ddn0n dwu dwuon
on accouirt of a gale The balloon was wasandiorea wasan wasanthorea
andiorea an h retl to t a tree and while tK tJ therewas rt rtWasno re rewas
was Wasno no one oa board it tort loose rose roseto rosetoa roseto
to toa a considerable oon lderable height and anddrtffed anddrtffedtowards drift drifted driftedtowards d dtowards
towards the sea Several automobiles automobilesstarted auton1oiiflsta aMlonobiksstarted
started sta ed in pursuit of the balloon which whichdescended whlcbdescendtd whichdescended
descended at Serquigny fortyfour fortyfourmiles rertwurmiles fortyfourmiles
miles from Moisson ls50n whence it started startedIt
It caught caug t in the he trees but It is hoped hopedthe hopedthe 1 1the
the efforts to disengage it uninjured uninjuredwill untnjuroowill uninjuredwill
will be successful successfulPASTOR succeMfulPASTOR
0 0PASTOR
PASTOR IS ARRESTED ARRESTEDShooting AR ARRESTEDShooting ESTED
Shooting Affray AffrayiVictor in Victor Seems Seemsto
to Have Been Cadsed Ca sed by byMistake byMistake byNistake
Mistake in identity identityVictor
Victor Iclor CIo AUR Au iRev 2 = Riv F T 1 S Le Inland LeJand Lelend ¬
land ArJhtrr Pnrkf > and L R BwrC Jeiika JJk8Lr Jeiikarcro
rcro Lr > ftrr arrested < > st > d tonight and taken to t Jail Jailin jailIn jailIn
in CriTn MM reek as fhe hp rvsult of an a at attack atmclx ¬
tack upon Sheriff Bell and several of his hlBdeputies JJIJd hisdeputies
deputies d rutles Kev Iceland Iel oo who is pastor of ofthe f fth
th the MetJodlst Met odist ch 1turrh r i here re reported rE ttfd to toSU toS toSbrift I
SU S ooriff riff Bell several sev ral daVs aTs ago that he hefeared befrcd hefeSred
feared an n nttompt would ouI4 be made m34eto to de deport deP ¬ 1 1pnrl
port P rt him because of his utler utlrfJltII > i in from fromtftv fromtk rom
tftv tit pulpit crltfcfrtns certain element tn inth tnt tnII
th t II district districtThe districtT districtThe I
The T e Sheriff at > t onc once na Jaeda taed ed a jjwsrti at attt t tthe
the tt e nreRcherb horn ho and ha hashleo has since ntain ntaintainod n a1tatofMI1t xdaletamed
tamed tatofMI1t It Ja < tey and night 1 ht Tonight fa b went wentt
t > JDelKflds home with ltil depntja to c th15te th15tethe iw 1tIIe 1tIIethecuarfl < e ethe
the thecuarfl cuar guar4r < r according accordl = to the th Jtor tory in cir ctrt ClrHI1 circuIalrp
HI1 cuIalrp t Rar tr He fovea the hoa hous e hl p dark darkness darkndS darkfleas ¬
ness but could distinguish d lUD ParkT and andJenks aDdJeaks andeaka
Jenks standln in the th doorway H Ba rs rslp
n stped lp ecJ < J ITll l ° mission bvt b t had hardlv il iliobed fin tlntGbet finl3ed
iobed before the two t men bo beran ran shoot shooting shootint ¬
ing int No O one was hurt and a d the t two wo m melt meltwere H Hwere
were O arrested arrestedRev arrestedRev I
Rev if J Leland waa wo Hte Jd else Ilaced ed under underarrest andfit3rreEt underarrest
arrest whor hOr he came home me from aerv aervICT servie rv rvi
ICT i ft His church Parker and Jeiiks arc arcV alVetern areWestern
Western V tern Federation F r tton men and are ar under underbun underboiwi
bun awaiting trial on tb the charge of ocmpHrlty acm ocI1pitrity acmpPclty
pHrlty in the Victor rk riot > t of jine 6 8 S A Afrlecos M Mfrte Asfriends
friends frte s ta f Mr Iceland ther thfo hav have a a1 a1been aO o obeen
been guarding his home ho ever ft since t he heenrnfet ft ftwnnfn
wnnfn enrnfet e cc1 h + + e1cf ntf ff ht h t he e woud be beforcsrl befreeel beforced
forcsrl to leave Victor VictorNO
o
NO SOCIALISM NOSOCIAL1SMUnited SOCIALISMTJnited
United Unit d Ghinneat GtrmentWorkers Workers Vote Reso Resolution Reslution Beslutlon ¬
lution Down DownBuffalo Down1J Downi3uffalo
Buffalo 1J 1fCalo N T Aug 28 The United UnitedGarment U U3ItIP1G Jt JtGarment
Garment G nnent Workers of America at the thelast Het
I last meeting of their annual conven convention convention convenJ ¬
t J tion this evening voted vot C1 < down do a regelu regelutlon resoillI
1 Hon committing the organization to toSocialism
Socialism Debate on the proposition propositionwati ptO 9 tiOIi tiOIiwalilongand
I wati walilongand long and heated San aii Franeiscu FraneiscuUtiea Franci FneIsooutica o oUta
utica and Hamilton delegates dele deleates esled led Ute Uieopposition Uteppos1Uon theOpposition
opposition and the resolution re luUon was wasvoted wasvoted 86 86voted
voted down by a large majority majorityA n1ajoritA
A resolution exonerating Aetfngecretary Aetfn Aetlngf AetngSecretary
Secretary f rctary Thomas J Crouchley lrou hley of ofwrongdoing ofwrongdoing oft
wrongdoing wrongdoing t + in office was unanimously unanimouslyadopted unanlmousJyadopted unanimouslyadopted
adopted The speakers condemned the theCincinnati he heCincinnati hdCincinnati
Cincinnati delegates for besmirching besmirchinghis
his reputation by making makf g flimsy flimsycharge fllmgycharge fllmsychargei
charge In the campaign for the sec secretaryship secretaryship seeretaryship ¬
retaryship retaryshipJAIS retaryshipJAPS JB JBJAPS
c
JAPS QE GE3USINESS GE3USINESSChefo 4 BUSINESS BUSINESSChefoo BUSINESSChefoo
Chefoo Aug 28 SSev SSeven Seven m hundred hundrcdChl huntiredChlnesb Chi Chinese ¬
nese 1 sc who went to Port Dalny In the thehope thohoT theItope
hope c of Bharins with wit the Japanese Ja nese In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the business buslnc boom there returned rJturned to toChefoo toChefoo toChefoo
Chefoo today toda and report that the th Jap Japanese Japanese Sapanese ¬
anese are monopolizing all opportuni opportunities opportunIties ¬
ties at the port portTheseChinese p portTheseChinese rt rtThese
TheseChinese These Chlnese say that twenty tw nty trans transports tl3n8ports transports ¬
ports ports bearing 2200tmops locrelittt locrelitttthe to TelnfOcps TelnfOcpsfortnight Inrir Inrirthe
the besiegers of lort ort ortcA cA Artbpr r hav hattea hatteaIFred tLf
rled dt t Pod DtUJ Dxtijiyfortnight Ydur tgc tl1 jrnst jrnstfortnight
fortnight
THE DAY AT ESOPUS ESOPUSJudge ESOPUSJudge ESOPUSJudge
Judge Parker Varies System Systemby
by Dining With Kings Kingston Kingston Kingston ¬
ton Friends FriendsEsopus FriendsEsopus FriendsEsopus
Esopus X T Aug 2S 28Ju 24Judge 24JudgeParker Judge JudgeParker go goParFcl
Parker varied his usual Sunday pro programme pr prgrainmc prOgramnic ¬
gramme grainmc by b dining today In Kingston KingstonWith KingstonWftb KingstonTjthi
With Tjthi his family he went ent to the city cityin d1Yin dtiin
in his launch and attended serive at the thecturch tJIecturch thecturch
cturch of the Holy Cress of which his htesoninlaw hissoninlaw hissonInlaw
soninlaw Rev Charles Mercer Hall Halls Hallis HaIlIs
is s rector reciorAfter rec rectorAfter or orAfter
After the service they th y went to dine dtneat cJIDeat dineat
at the resldehce resid hce ofAlfred of Alfred U Tanner Tannerwhose Tannersc Tannerwhose
whose sc wife wlrols is Mrs r Parkers sister sisterlater sJtd sJtdlater tid tidlater
later returned to Rosemount Other Otherwfije Otherwi Otherwhe
wfije wi e the day ar was as passed without withoutspecial withoutspecial ltkutspecIal
special Incident IncidentA ddent ddentA
A few friends in the neighborhood neighborhoodCalled nc16pborhoodUedand nOlghborhoodllednnd
Called Uedand and there Ksa tcaxthe t the J usual Jund JundproctSSf punday pundaypjrpcessfen undRy I
pjrpcessfen n of sgfitser8 9gh sght sghtWilliam m mWl11ianl J i iWilliam
William F Sheehanspent Sbeeban pent some me time timein timein timein
in conference with the Judge j t1ge this even evenli evesirg
li I irg S c He will return to New w York to tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowJuQge morrowJutlg morrowSudge
> JuQge Parker has tried to reserve reserveMonday1 resllVeMonday reserveMopdhy
Monday for work upon his letter of ac acceptance acceptance asceptance ¬
ceptance and Jifenow very large cor correspondence correspondence roerespondence ¬
respondence respondenceKooseveit respondenceRoosevelt respondenceRoosevelt
Roosevelt at Church ChurchOyster ChurchOyster j jOyster
Oyster Bay Ba N X s Aug 28 Spre 2Preaident Presi President i ¬ i ident
dent Roosevelt passed pa ecI today toda quietly at atSagamore atSagamore atSagamore
Sagamore Hill with his family and one oweor I Ior
or two other guests He accompanied accompaniedMrs
Mrs Roosevelt Roose elt and all of accompaniedl the children childrenexcepting cldldrenexc childrenexcepting
excepting exc pting Quentin to the morning morningservice momtnrMn1ec morningservice
service at Christ Episcopal church churchSeveral < JuCh I ISeveral ISeveral
Several relatives and frien friends s called in informally 1 ¬ I IformaJIy I Iformally
formally during the day dayTEMPLARS dayc dayTEMPLARSONWINGS
c 0 0TEMPlARS
TEMPLARS TEMPLARSONWINGS TEMPLARSONWINGSTranloads ON WING WINGV WINGTrai
V I
L LTrainloads
Trainloads Trai oads Are A Strung Across the theCountry theCountry theCountry
Country CountryOmaha CountryOIJNl1IR CountryOmaha
Omaha Neb Aug 2S 2Ktight 2KtightTenipiar Kcfehts KcfehtsTemplar JrightTentJlar
Templar numbering to escrd excdassed Cttd 2 lfIlJ lfIlJuwl w wpns
pns uwl assed ed d through Omaha today en rout routto routtt reuttO
to the San Francisco Ft3nd o eonciave Th ThChJcggo The TheChicago
Chicago corrunandery wan carried went wenton Wetl Wetlon weston
on on the Union PaciSc in the most princr princrly pdnczly
ly train that baa yet Yf > t pa naf ed through throughthe tl1rou throughthe h I
the Gate City The Th party numbered o numberedl I
I
125 1 with forty ladies ladiesOther IaUesOtter ladlesOter
Other cars e rs f from > wn Indiana Ohio hill Illinois 1111leis hillseli ¬
leis > and a11 l West r t Virginia made ui an anolbev anotbe
otbe olbev spwtel 81 181 < One On of the most distin distinguished dietingulohed ¬
guished lshed knights togo west today was wasGeneral w
General John O C > Smith a men me menilwr ber > her of ofthe orthQlarge ofthelarge
the thQlarge large Chicago party partyPortland partPortlan partyPortland
Portland Ore Aug 28 8TbrM Three tram tramtctjjo 1mm 1mmlid
JGrIlds lid of f Knights Templar on their way wayt
tctjjo t 1 bo grand encampment atl at s sen n Fran Franr Franxtpent
r Bo pent P > t today in this th ehti Jty and left lefttoijlght lefttOflight
toijlght for or California The Th Templars Templarsvtan
wOre 1 rO all real PpMnsylvanla P h1d1m one 011 train traineajrryins
eajrryins rrJng the Pbitadelphla PbiladP hta commander commanderm e
m lflCoJd ocond the Corlnt corlnt CedInthithwnoetirs CedInthithwnoetirshThl lan n CteB ha1lP1Jf5 ha1lP1Jf5nJl etir etirantl
antl nJl dielast was wa raao made > rt up ef e knights knthBtrorn knightstr knightsfroni
froni tr njt other portions portlontHf of the th ate jrtateYosemltP ateY te teYOsemite
YOsemite Y mlt > Cal 81 Aug 2S The New NewJersey NettJersEp NewJercy
Jersey commandery of Knights Tem Templar Tenplar Thuplar ¬
plar 104 strung arrived at noon noanloda noanlodahooded today todayhended todayheeded
hooded by b Dr and Commander J J JHettfy JirOety
Hettfy fifY The i partY > arty g ges < > es to Los Angeles AngeJesfrom Angelesfront 5 5flOm
from here and will arrive in San Fran Francisco FranCisco ¬
cisco cisc Sept 5
CORBIN IN COMMAND COMMANDCakes COMMAND2ttkes COMMAND2kes
Cakes Charge of Big Camp at Gaines GainOv Gainesvil1c Gainosyille
> yille yilleHaadfiuarters vil1c vil1cHeadquarters v l1 Co CoH
Headquarters H Camp Gaine Gainesville villr > Va VaAugSS VaLug2s Vaug
AugSS ug 2SMajor Major ajor General GenerallL II C CorWn Corhlnas CorWnassumed I Iassumed
assumed as umed command eomm nd of wie the numeuvre numeuvreramps ntltl1f naneuvrefamps > Un Unamps >
ramps amps at Maimssas Thoroughfare > aid aidGainesville nd I Itulnesville
Gainesville today Later General F
1 1 > Grant in command of ordlvt division on No NoI I
1 at Manassas and General J F Bell Bellfti Bellfli
fti command of division dh1 lon No 2 at atThoroughfare atThorou atThoroughfare
Thoroughfare Thorou hrare as well n as nil brigadier brigadiertomtnande brigadiereommandeis > r rtonnnandf
tomtnande from the two camp campcalled campscalled
called to pay pa their respects respectsThe rpspeetsThe respectsThe
The strength of the two t tw main camps campsfit campirtt campstt
fit tt present Is 2500 men m < n During the thecoming1 thecoming thecothing
coming week this force for e will be oc occupied OfuplE oeeupied ¬
cupied uplE with drills and practice work workThe workThem workThe
The Them main in thing to be accomplished in inthis IntMs Inthis
this time is j the th laying out of the rwt rwtxUhips two twocutups kworamps >
cutups In skeleton form for the recap reception rec recaption p ptlon ¬
tion of the larger Jar er number of regular regulararmy regulArarmy I Iarmy
army troops and state militia to ar ariVe arfe atLvh
iVe fe > next Saturday and Sun Sundpy SundpyThe ity ityTJI y yr
r The signal corps has completed it itwork its Ibtork itswork
work ork of connecting each camp C ml and andheadquarters unehca andheadquarters
headquarters hca quarters by telegraph and tele telephone te1eJhon t4ePhofle ¬
phone Two wo high power automobiles automobilesare
are to 0 be used during the lbemaneuvres lbemaneuvrestolay maneuvres maneuvresto
to tolay lay ground wire for COltielq or Held work Tq Tqnlght TQhisht Tqnight
night rocket signaling between h lW n head headquarters h4dquartent headquarters ¬
quarters camp and the Manassas Manassascamp Mazmssascamp tandsQ8ainp
camp nine miles away was carrfed on onsuccessfully onUCc onuccossfuhly
successfully UCc srulb
NINE NI EDDIES BODIESBECOVERED BODIESBECOVEREDAntwerp RECOVERED RECOVEREDjVnbverp RECOVEREDAntwerp
Antwerp Aug 28 28The The fire in the theOil iliti1 the4il
Oil tanks near here continued today todaybodies todaybur todayb
bur b Jt I3 I no now practically ended Nine Ninebodies n nb
bodies b dlbc have h h ben recovered recolQr recovqrdnd djlId djlId1tii Jiud aaV aaVdamage os osrn
1tii rn nl are slmmJsIng stilt mbsTn t11h1 10s lone 19 19sUmated ishtirnated
sUmated at 10000000 gallons and the thedamage thedamage
damage at nearly nearl 2000000
OLDFi OlD OLDFIELD FIEUfKlltS FIEUfKlltSTWS LDKILLS LDKILLSTWO 1 KILtS KILtSTWO
TWO IN T A RACE RACEWas RACEI I
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Was Himself Painfully PainfullyHurt Hurt at atSt atSt atSt
St Louis LouisWELL LouisWELL i I iI it
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WELL KNOWN ltHlSGITY l IN tHISlTyjt THlSCITY THlSCITYt THlSCITYBLINDBD
t t Jr JrBLINDBD
BLINDBD 2 Y DUST D ST EROM FRoM AN A3STOtTHER ANQTREii ANOTHER
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CtT T LOUIS r t1 s Aufer A Ani < HBlIndftd Jfll B1indad d by byI b bdust bduet
ST I dust from rota tfib fnfenrii maonlneof ruchine < DiilneVof of A AC A AC AC
C Webb ebb of r TolisQo ii 0 OBarney 0Barney 0Barney
Barney Oldfield o 1d1J eta JostcontrDl lost control of ofhis orhis ofhis
his machine at the tiic I Worlds Wodds fair fairautomobile fairautomobile fairautomobile
automobile speed contest today and andcrashing andcrashing d drasbln
crashing rasbln through Oarou Ji the puthlr fence of ofthe orthe ofthe
the course oours killed John JQ JoiiitScott n Scott Sco a watch watchman watchman ¬
man ehfployed eh IOycd at att atte 4he c park and in inflicted int inflieted ¬
flicted t d injuries iPRu upon Nathan NathanMont NathanMontlomeY Mont Montgomery Montgomery ¬
gomery a nesro negroa4flIn rffjpojn roJnwhih which he h died diedOldfleld diedOldfield diedOldfieid
Oldfleld was painfully injured injuredmd and his hismachine hismachine hismachine
machine completelydemolished romplolotydemollshedTle F FThe
Tle accident occurred oClourr d after a false falsestart fal6estart falsestart
start The flagman vainly attempted attemptedto
to o signal Oldfleld Oldfieldand1Vebb andWebb and Webb who were wereleading w wereieadlng re reJeadt
leading Jeadt 11 g that tll t the th start was not al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed but they d dIal 41 d not see big tg Has Hasand 1l 1land flagand
and continued arptmd ar und the course at a ahigh ahJsh ahigh
high rate rateof of speed speedShortly speedShortly speedShortly
Shortly after passing p ssin the th first turn turnof tunlof turnof
of the mile track la k Webb > secured the thelead thelead thelead
lead by b a narrow narrowmargin margin and the men menwere men menwere menwere
were in relatively Telethfel life same set e position positionwhen pOsitionw1Ien pOsitionwhen
when passing pa ng the threequarters pole poleIn pOleIn polemaking
In making ttte turn Webbs machine machineskidded machlneSkidded machinekldded
skidded imdtfaised n blinding clopd of ofdust ofdust
dust that thatcomplcteh completely chl blinded hded Oldllqld Oldllqldand OldllqldaM OIdtildaid
and half bal smothered mothe him himNot himNot himNot
Not being able ableto to see that he had hadcompleted 11adcompleted
completed the turn turnQldfieJd Oldfield continued continuedhis
his course and crashed through the thefence thef theWhen thefeiiOe
fence fenceWhen f feiiOeWhen
When OWfield Ok1 eTd fAlIad fllU d to appear after afterWebb afterWebb afterWebb
Webb had emerged merbCd from the dust ust
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cloud there was considerable cx eXdt cxritmeat < itc itcment <
ment but it was soon announced announ d that thathe tbatte thathe 1
he was a6 not seriously injured injuredThe injuredThe InjuredThe
The race was run later and won wonb wonbVebb by byWebb byWebb
Webb by a large margin It was the themoat thcimp themost
moat important imp rtant event even t of the day da the theprize theprize theprize
prize being the Louisiana Purchase ex exposition exposition cxposition ¬
position trophy valued at 5500 5500In 5OO 5OOin OO
In a threemile exhibition OleUteld OleUteldmade OJ Oldifeldmade ld ldmade
made the t e distance 1 in 315 25 25OLDEIBLDS 25OISI4ST
I
OLDEIBLDS OISI4ST LAST RACE RACESays
Says Ee Will Wi WiliNever Never ev r lEngage in in inother An Another Ai
other Cpntest CpntestSt
St Louie Aug ug 28 28Aftr After the races racestoday racestoday racestoday
today Barney B yOldfield Oldfleld said saidThis saidThta saidThIt
This race is my mt I I ant through throughwith throughwith throughwith
with the game ame as far ar as racing is con concerned concemeL conrented ¬
rented Imay 1 maytake 7 take pact lit exhibitions exhibitionsbat exhibitionbat exhibttIonsbat
bat no more contests con ts for me n im The dust dustraised dustI dustraised
I raised by b Webbs machine mnc ifie was so great greatthat greatthat
that I could > absolutely absolutehieenothing see nothing at atall atall
all 11 I was was going g rl fast and was blinded blindedso
so completely l01D 1etllY that I I had no time to tj do doanything doanythl doanything
anything anythl and the first thing I knew I Iwas
was being picketl up and was as getting settinginto gettingI
I into tnt WebV WebWf mnehine The mishap mishapdeplorable was wasdeptorsbte
deplorable in the extreme and I am amthrough amr amrthrough
through r rthroughThis fhrougbc J1 J1This
This Is tt Ute e second seC d serious s rioueact1dent accident in inu inkb inaltich
u altich ilch Barney Ba y Oldfiold 01c1field Iras ras figured figuredWhile n ilguredWhile red redWblw
While racing it t CJrosse G e PoInt Detroit Detroitt Detroittwo j jtwo
two t 0 or three tirte years ye rs ago the steering steeringgear steeringgr steeringgear
gear of N ht Itpfamona famoua amoiia capf389 carf 9 became becamede becamedeI do ilIeranged j jrangta
ranged I a aid t h lie ranlnti ran t1t iit a a man manaI and addkilled < l lki1l j jkilled
killed ki1l him QldfleWsiiffered Old OldfIeidsUfter o14Lsu er d three ribs ribsbroken rtb rtbbroken ribsbroken >
broken then thenSECOND thcngON
4 SECOND gON 9OND CLOSE C QSE SHAVE SHAVEOldfield S SVEOidfleId VE VEOldfield
Oldfield Nearly Nt y Lost st Life Once Oncei OnceBefore
i Before B fore
This is Uie second se se ondtino ndl time n1c Barney BarR < Y Old Oldn Oldfttkl Oldfield
n field > kl has lIelfrl ur1y < ly lost Ills fifiilff lfc life > since tak taking lakIng taklug ¬
ing up wittt wltlffU5t fastautomobile That tttomobl1e driving drivingAbout drlVi drivingAbout g gAbout
About a year ago Oldfleld Oldfi ld dashed into intothe Intotbf Intothe
the fence at Cleveland Ch eland and go off 0 WithnoHing withnottIng with withnotMng
notMng more serious Ori us than a broken brokenrib brokenrib brokenrib
rib Oldfleld Old el la a former Salt Laker Lakerand LakerROd Lakerand
and was known as one on of the most mostdartn mostdaring ost ostdaring
daring dartn motor riders at the saucer saucertrack s saucertrack ucer ucertra
track tra > k IB one o ofhis of his races on n the thesaucer thflauc thesaucer
saucer lauc 1 Oldfield ldfield took a tumble which whichnearly whichnearly whichxjrly
nearly xjrly cost eusthim him his life lifeOn nfeOn lifeIn
On In life last trip to to t Salt Lake I lke Old Oldfield Oldflpld Oldheld
field said he expected to be killed some sometime sometime sometime
time in an automobjle sutonloblkirace race but that It Jtwas Itwas itwas
was his intention 10 to give ic them all a run runfor runfor runfor
for their money until sucK a a time ar arrived arrtwdIn arrived ¬
rived rtwdIn In a letter received aived by the thesporting thesporting thesporting
sporting editor of The Th Herald last lastweek Iast1ePk Instweek4
week Olufield said he wOuld V uld pass passtfcroughfhls pR pRt1 passthrough
tfcroughfhls t1 through rotJgh f thTshty Ts fly gpmp stim tfme this fall falland faItand falland
and would < l probably remain t remainover < maino over er < long longenough longpnough longenough
enough to togivean giva slv an eJKhibftion on one of ofbis J Jhis ofhis
his fastmachines fastmachinesFOOND fast nia niachines niachinesFOUND lnes lnesFO
t II
FOUND FO n HANY MA M APf YFOSSllS YFOSSllSAmherst FOSSILS FOSSILSAmherst FOSSILSAmherst
Amherst Professor ProfessorEome Home ProrrLa Trip Tripto Tripto
to Wyoming Wyomingt Wyomthgtpeelal
t tpeelal pecial tj t The Herald HeraldAmberit HeraldAm HeraldAmljet
Amberit Am Amljet orSt Mnss Aug 28 28ProCesor 28ProCesorFredorlck 24ProfessOrFrederick Professor ProfessorI
I Frederick B Loomis has l1a just returned returnedfrom returnedfrom returnedfrom
from au at expedition to Wyoming 1V omlng In Insearch Insedrch lxxsearch
search of fossils f sUs Hisassistants Hisassh tanls T C
Brown Amherst tnherst TH 04 and W V W Painter ¬
nter Amherst Amh rst 05 will iJl remain in inWyoming inWyoming inWyoming
Wyoming two weeks we ks longer Professor ProfessorLroomis ProfessolLooml ProfessorLoomis
Loomis secured over W 00 specimens specimensrm spehimensfieim
fieim rm thfcplgiJJorn the BIgiIorn IS JIom > basin asln and andBadger andBadgercweekQt aixdJladgcrqreek Badger Badgerpigs
cweekQt qreek rqgions 1 1hte n lie i1jtIs Iot Is r pteh1s pteh1storfc prehlstone
tone r IY o complete mp1c r with withsperlihifts
s1Jf sperlihifts > lfu tDIfn1 LIf n1oitkCys nK s tquirrels and andpibS andpigs
pigs 4I1XA li 001 > W years old
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HILL DECIDES DECIDESTO D DECIDESTO GIDES GIDESTO
TO QUIT QUITPOtITIS QUITPOtITISNew POLSTiSS POLSTiSSNew
New Yorker Will Devote Life Lifeto bu Lifeto
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a LBANT N T Y4tg r g at David Da 1d Bhere B nmn Bt
ALBIur t mn In een OssatIO3t toP with Jth friends fl1endsharo friendshere
here today announced anJl uilcad tKati tKatithat ttatth thtthat
that th t 1Th tt l hiie In tebdc4 ttdcd ded tf itbe trttr rj Jr from frompolitics frompolitics frontpolitics
politics Jan 1 liext 1 no and that thatno thatno thatno
no matter what ther the theO5ixItOt 1 11t isiiitof or the com coming CO11Ing cornlag ¬
ing campaign may m belsiaie beIa or natioa natioahe Bat ion ionhe
he b e will relinquish reUi cpJlsb the tbfJJ JoadaBsntp BdSs hip of the theDemocratic 1reDemocratic theDemocratic
Democratic party part in New iTork iTorkHe O OHc OCIt OCItHe
He added that hi thec the eient eaiiLof tt > of Demo Democratic Dt Democratic mo ¬
cratic success this fatt taUhQ lot b would not notaccept nettaccept
accept any position under iho ttJ1l1atlonal ttJ1l1atlonalor ho national nationalor
or state Democratic administrations admtJd trations or oragain oragain
again become b eomc a candidate ea c idate for election electionto
to any office whatever whateverFormer wlmtevorFormer whateverFormer
Former Senator Hill H l made lhec lhecstatements tb tbstatem the thestatements
statements statem nts on the eve of his birtiifay birtiifayanniversary Jlrdr1ayanniversar birttiiayanniversary
anniversary which wklc come cOmes tomorrow tomorrowHe t tOinOllOWHe IIOW IIOWlIe
He was born A AuS g 29 1S4S 1S4SWill is4S is4SWill 142Will
Will Practice Law LawIn LawIn Xamin
In partial explanation he said that thathe thathe thathe
he intended to take suchaeUon such aoU a year yearago YP31ago yearago
ago today toda but was porsukdaa by b soma somadose somoclg5e zow zowelcitepersonai
dose elcitepersonai personal friends 4Jen 1s to fefjer d r doing doinguntil doinsunUlaftcr sO sOuntiL
until unUlaftcr after presidential th the pre idcnt8l ejection ef cUon this thisyear t i
year ear Having been engaged In active activepolitico actt activepolities 8
politico since his youthand YOUth flth1 having havingserved havingserved a vlnj vlnjserved
served as city Ity attorney aioornjaR ald R and andmayor andmayor andmayor
mayor of Elmira member of the leg legislature J ¬ j
islature lieutenant lI utena t goveEBor governor governorfor
for seven years United States senator senatorfor senatoror senatorfor
for or six years he feels that he has been
sufficiently suO < ient1y honored by hisp his1OrtY his party rty and andthat andthat andthat
that he has rendered r < political service serviceduring senkedurin serviceduring
during durin a period of years anfllcient Sll to toentitle tofntitIe toentitle
entitle him to be relieved of further furtheractive furthAxactive furtheractive
active political effort effortHe eftortHe eortHe
He desires to devote more time to tohis tohis tohis
his personal affairs and professional professionalduties professionalduties professionalduties
duties dutiesMr dutiesIIr dutiesMr
Mr Hill will continue his work n nthe ntbe nthe
the present campaign caD1pai campaignand and to ate friends friendssaid frle1Mlssaid friendsSaid
said that he would always maintain J11C ntg ttgInterest ntginterest dgInterest
interest in Democratic success but only onlyas enJyas onlyas
as a private citizen citizenMr citizenMr
Mr 11 Hill will speak for theDemocracy theDemocracyat the Democracy DemocraeYat
at the county count fair to be held at Whit Whitneys wattneys Whitneys ¬
neys Point in this state OH Wodncs Wodncsday WedncsdaY Wodacsday
day next to be b followed by Senator SenatorDepew SeudolDepew SenatorDepew
Depew the next day for or the theItspubW theItspubWcans jjHepubit RepublIcans jjHepubitHOT
cans cansHOT
oes oesHOT a
HOT TIME IN SILVEROne SILVER SftVEROne
One Killed and Several Badly BadlyWounded B BadlyWounded dly dlyWounded
Wounded in a Cowboy DiieK DiieKon DLeron DtCelon
on Main Street StreetDenver StreetDner StreetDenver
Denver Aug 2S 2SA A special specjattotheR4 specjattotheR4publican specIdtoIbdI specIdtoIbdIpubhican totter Re Republican ¬
publican from Albuquerque N NM NMsa M Msays Msays
says saysIna sa saysIn s
sIn
Ina In a shooting affray at Silver City CityX CityN itT itTN
N M today Constable P Perfecto rfecto Rod Rodriguez Rodr Rodriguez ¬
riguez r guez was killed Town Marshal Kfl Kflburn KDb1m KUburn
burn fatally and Patrick Nunn and andHdward stillHOward 1 1H
HOward H lard Chenowoth ba badly 1 wounded woundedNunn woundetlNunn woundedNuan
Nunn who Is foreman of the Diamond DiamondA
A V cattle outfit in an effort fJft rt tq influ influence InO InOince influonce ¬
ince once several of his cowboys to o return returnto
to the ranch ran ell became b came involved in a fight fightwith fightwUh fightwith
with one oneof of them Chenoweth a friend friendof
of the cowboy Nunn grabbed Nunns Nunnsrevolver Nunnsrcvohtr Nuansrevolver
revolver which the latter tatt had laid laidaside laidasfJe iaidaside
aside and began be an shooting shootingNunn shootingXunn shootingNuan
Nunn was hit twice and Rodrig Rodriguez RodriguesVlt Rodriguezwho e ewho
who was wps jIs attracted to t the scene by the thenoise tlteltoise theIloise
noise 6f the tiring was shot s ot through throughfhe
the heart and fell dead Town Marshal MarshalKilburn MarshalKilburn tarsba1 tarsba1Kilburn
Kilburn then attempted to disarm disarmChenoweth dlArmCbenoweth disarutClienowetli
Chenoweth and was shot hotbt in the th neck neckhis fJ neckhis < k kItis
his wound being consideredftai consideredftaiIn cOli der taJ taJIn
In the meantime Deputy Sheriff John JohnColliercame JobhCollier JohhCollier
Colliercame Collier came running up armed arJ with a ashotgun ashotgun a ashotgun
shotgun and engaged Chettpweth in a adueh 8duej alueI
dueh lueI inflicting pvere vere wounds wound51n in his hisface hiSface haface
face and neck The e fight occurred > a athe athe athe
the main street of the town townWOMEN tOWDa tOWDt
a
+ 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + +
4 +
t 4 WOMEN SMASH JOINTS JOINTSCuba JOINTJJSC +
+ + 4
4 Cuba C ba Knit KaIL Aug 2S 2SFour 2SFourjoints Four Fourf +
+ f joints or illicit saIOGDSy saloons iv were < I rft 4f +
+ f wreckod by women here and and mliah mliahf m1thJlq 4 4liquor
+ + f liquor Jlq or destroyed Mrs E On Onf i iFitcs +
+ f Files and Mrs AVilliam McDonaa MeD onak1i onak1iwh + f ff
4 f wives wh cs of o prominent promlnentbusla business as astTmed smo an + r rf
4 f jrrmed with hatchete hatchct firstreritewai firstreritewaif f1rs entered ertterewith9ut enteredwithout +
+ f without warning the place p10 < runvr runvrby rUn rUnby run runby +
+ by Ben nuu ulL Without cerewotty drout droutthey eerentQl + 4they
4 they began b gan to smash everything everytll everyt king Ifgoln Ifgolnsigbt la laHhflight in4sight +
Hhflight + sigbt and soon they th Y had de I ImoU3Jed demolisLed + r rf
+ f mollshed bar and fixtures end ullbro 4 4broken 4
4 broken bro eu every evor bottle and an opoa opened opet1deery openedetery d +
4 every keg to be found LoUt LoUthcyer 4 441hey +
41hey 4 they hcyer joinsd 4 4f
were join hy 111 twentye entItr It Itother
+ f 4 other women and ant the thoenUrc entire party PJrtyraIded partyraided 4 +
4 + raided the other four joint jotpt8 i ht htCuba +
4 + Cuba The stocks and iteturefe tut 5 5at 4 44at 4at
4at + at each place lace were destroyed d tf d dIn 4 44In 4In r
4In + In promptprd prompt order Floaliy 1Ju H tbe tbeomen tue tuewomcn he 4 4frwomen +
+ frwomen womcn omen gpillea Pi pilled Bed intp into n t the treat ai aIJ1 agreat 4 4f +
+ f great J1 JJuatltj quanUty pr1egID pf gJ lteg 1be < ar 1 LJit 4fc t thndb 4 4
4 + had hndb hxidbcetk bertX T 1con eonfsat sfWl wl r affd JfdAtq stQred tQceJs l 4 44at + t tat
4at + 4 at the city jail 4 +
4 + + + + 4i + + + + + + + + + + + 1

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