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I i THE TEl SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY WED ESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1901
4 UTAH UTAHAPPLES APPLES APPLESHOLD
1 4 HOLD HOLDTHE THE MARKET MARKETQuantities MARKETI
4 4Quantities I
Quantities QU lntities of Pears Also Here HereFor HereFor HereFor
For Winter Use UseJROUT Usef UseTROUt UseTon
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TROUt ISSTlbL IS STILL SCARCE SCARCEFfiBS SCARCEI SCARCEetci SCARCE4MET
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etci r 4MET xET ACTIVE < MID OF OFFims OFs
Fims FfiBS s VARIETY VAKIETYMlSSouri VARIETY1lf
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MlSSouri 1lf S uri pippins plp lns Bon on Davis and Gano Ganoapples GanonP GanournrI5t
apples nP s jWIlJ m Into t yip p market t figterday Jm r rday ay in inwagon inv1tgn n nag
wagon ag n loads They The iare hr woTrfltrVorM oirf1tvor1 Ir1mor arid aridsolid andsoU6 thdaolftl
solid Tho apples soil from 30 to 40 cents centsa
a a peCk pe < lk and the th dealers do not believe believethbro believethoro believeth
thbro th ro will ibo bo a reduction re uctIon in the retail retailprice retailprice retailprice
price for some time Tho Colorado Color apples applesteem applesUCID applesocm
teem to be bettor eating caUngaml and ant the ship shipment shipmont sblpmont ¬
mont which arrived last week are about aboutsold aboutsold aboutsold
sold out Quantities of pears are beln bolnt bolntbroUght belnbrought y ybrought
brought to tho market mar ot daily and are areselling pto ptosoIling pxeselling
selling for 20 O conts a peck The price pricehas pricehas1Mon pricehasboon has hasb
b boon an steady for some time and there is isno isno isno
no Indication of a reduction in the ro retail rotall rotatl ¬
tail quotation Pumpkins have been b n in indemand IndemttI1cla IndexiiufldalI
demand demttI1cla all l the j be week eckand and tho market marketfJ marketfJwell marketJwell Ja Jawell
well supplied suppliedHalibut uPI11fedJiIa1lbut uppl1ediIaIIbut
Halibut and salmon cmo in again yes ycstefdny yestoit1it cs cstfdfty
tefdny toit1it from tho Columbia and a small smallshipment smallahlpment smallsl1Ipmnt
shipment of shad and fresh codfish also alsoarrived alsoarrfoQ alsoarrived
arrived > Trout Is still aearao and the thesupply theuQpl
supply uQpl from Idaho is dropping oCt I
Utah U ah eggs are coming In slowly and andvery andvery andvecy
very few Ie ew are to be had on the market marketCreamery marketCroomcry marketCreamery
Creamery butter holds steady a 10 conts contsa contspound
a pound and but little ranch better is isBeef Isbotag isbohig
botag bllQught to the market marketytortlars marketYs
ytortlars Ys tertlays retail quotations quotationsMeat quotationsNeat
Meat Meatnee15 Neatfleet
Beef nee15 15 to 35c 0 per pound Veal prime prime32J lrIme12o
32J 125 12o c to20c Mutton 8c 8 < to 15 Pork 12c 12cto 12cto 12cto
to 20c pressed Dressed lamb 12VC to 25c lamb lambchops lambchops lambchops
chops IDa to 25o 25oSoa
Fish FishSQO ish ishSon
Son bass I5c per pound Black bass bllBSc
3c c per pound Salt codfish lie per pound poundlarga pound1Jatrqcuda poundJ3arracuda
1Jatrqcuda 1c c per pound Idaho trout troutJarga troutlarga
larga size SOc oc per pound Salmon 17c 17cper In 1WZCper c cper
per pound Halibut 15c Striped bass 20c 20cAVhltofish 2OcVbltotish 2 ° C CWhitefish
Whitefish 20c Mackinaw trout zc Soles Solesnod oles olesnod 1oS 1oSanti
nod flounders 12fcc Catfish The 15cPerch 150Perch ThePerch
Perch lEc Salt mackerel lOc to SSc SScSmelts 350Smelts 5c 5cSmelts1
Smelts iCc per pound Utah catfish 16c
Fresh codfish 15 1 1i < 5 Lobsters California Californiaper
UHc U per pound Oysters extra select roc 50cper rocor Oc OcA
A per or quart can GOc a quart New York Yorkcounts YorkCOtInts Yorkcounts
counts 7ic a can 2ic C a dozen Prawns Prawns46c Prawnso4Oc Prawns40e
46c per pound Smoked salmon 20c 2 Qc per perpound perpOund perpound
pound Bloaters Bloa tens 5c each eachPoultry oochPoultry eachPoultry
Poultry PoultryHens PoultryHens PoultryHens
Hens live 15cj drososd ISc per pound poundSpring poundSpring poundSpring
Spring chickens dressed JSc pound lIou1dfRlJards IOUidMaJlKrdg
Mallards GOc to 75c vc 5c a braco Teal SOc < < c a auraec ftbrace abro
brace
Dairy Products ProductsButtor ProductsButtGt ProductsButter
Butter creamery croamory 20c porpound per pound ound Ranch BancHJ5e Ranchlie Ranchlac
lie to SOc 2 C per pound Eggs 25c to toSOc toroc O OOc
SOc Oc per perdoen dozen Cheese Utah cream 15c 15cto 15cto 1Cto
to ajc per Dound eastern 20c Oc limber Hmberger Umb limberger r rJer
ger 20c c imported Swiss 40c 4 OC brick 25c 25cHoney 250J 250Hone 25cv
J v Honey Hone comb iSo box strained 25c per perpint perpint perpint
pint
Ve VegetablesParsnips Vegetables VegetablesParsnips etables etablesFarsnlps
Parsnips two bunches for 6c e Potatoes Potatoesnow PotatoesnQ Potatoesnew
now nQ Utah 20c 2 Oc per peck Sweat potatpes potatpes8pounds potatpesS
8 8pounds pounds for torOc 2oc Radishes 2c 2 per bunch bunchCauliflower bunchCaullflower buncbCauliflower
Cauliflower Utah S for 25c 2 c Tomatoes 51 51par n1Hlr 1 1per
par bushel Wax beans llto 1 C per perpound perp perpoun
pound p poun und Turnips 2c a bunch Young Young1beets
beets 2c pt P e bunch Parsley 5c c = er erbunch crbunch erhunch
bunch Carrots 2 i bunches for Be e Let Lettuce Lettuce Lettnce ¬
tuce Utah tah 5c c per per bunch California 5c 5cper 5cper 50per
per bunch Pickling onions 60e 6 C per peck peckvery peckYOn peckvery
very scarce Celery 5c a bunch Peppers Peppersgreen Pcppersgreen
green gr con lOc pound Yellow squash 5c Sum Summer Sumtuer Sumflier ¬
flier squash 5c each ellcJ Hubbard squash 15o 15oeach 150CIlCh 15oetch
each Egg plant 5c each Cabbage CabbagewWto Cabbagewalto Cabbagewhite
white 2V6c 2 per pound red 5c per pound poundVegetable poundrogctable poundTogetab1o
Vegetable marrows 3 for or ISq J Dills 5c 5cbunch 5cbunch 5cbunch
bunch Pumpkins iSo Winter wattr wattrxnalens wat watrmelons < r rmoteRS
melons 10 to 20c 2 c each eachI eachFruits
I Fruits rruitsBlaok FruitsBlaok PrultsBlack
Blaok grapes 12c 12 a pound SOc a bas basket baskot ba bahot ¬
hot tokay lOc poundf pun i 3 pounds for 2Bo 2Bomuscat 250mu 2omuscat
muscat mu cat lee pound 3 pounds for 25c ilk 50cbasket 5i 5ibasket ilkbasket
basket concord 36c per basket basketCantaloupes basketCantaloupCN basketantaioupei
Cantaloupes Utah 5c to 10 0 = each eachPlums eachPlums eachPlums
Plums blue 30c peck Prunes LOO LOObushel 100bushel LJbushel
bushel Lemons lOc 1 C to SOc 3 C dozen FigS loc locLemons lcLemon 1cLemoni
Lemons avc vc to 3Jc c per dozen Fins ISo 15cs 1 1POI ISopar
POI package Oranges s Vale ValeBananas Vnloncla 40e 4 C to5Oc to5Ocalumnn toOeThinnas
Bananas 16c Sc c to 4c e per p dozen dozenUtah dozenUtah dozenUtah
Utah watermelons lOc 1 C Peach 5100 100 per porbox POlbox perbfX
box Utah apples appl s 20c 2 C to 40ep tOe l8r er r pock pockPears peqkPears cqk cqkPEWU
Pears PEWU Utah Uta 3c per porpQund pqund 20 to topeok sQc sQcpwok XOCpeak
peak Cranberries 2 quarts for Sc ScPine 2 25cPine c cPine
Pine apples 30c each Quince 4 4c c peck peckCocoanuts peckCocoanuts peckCocoanuts
Cocoanuts lOc each
eachGrain
Grain I
Bran and snorts 110 10 per hundred hundredCorn hundredCorn hundredCorn
Corn 3150 L5QTer L50 per hundred Oats 5160 I66 per perhundred perllun perhundrd
hundred llun r d Milling wheat 5110 110 per bushel bushelFeedT bushelFeed bushelFeod
Feed T wheat 51 I per bushel Barley Barleyfe Barlevred Barleyfeed
fe red d 5L35 L35 rolled L50 Corn meal 180 180Say L LXay LSONay
Say Xay and rid Straw StrawAlfalfa Strawlfalta
r Alfalfa 12 per ton Timothy Timotb moth 515 l5 per perten perten pertan
ten Straw I5c per bale baleHour baJeFlour baleIlour
Hour HourHigh FlourJItgb Ilour111gb
High patent 5290 290 straight grade 5270
bakers No 1 5259 5259Top 250 250BABY3S 50 50BABYS
BABYS ECZEMA ECZEMATOD
4 Top of Head Ho Cfivrimft Covered with Scales Scalesficl ScalesWhich c1s c1sliiith
Which liiith FeeM off oftHhitI1Thcffi1 TaMi Takin TakinHair
Hair HhitI1Thcffi1 HhitI1Thcffi1CURED lift Them TtaflIf ThemCURED
CURED BY CUTICURA CUTICURANow
If Io Six ix Years YcfflJ1 OH ii ThicK TMciKy ThicKHaw TicI
I Haw and Glean Scal ScalCurB c1p > >
CurB Permanent PermanentMy
ft My baby was w about six weeks old oldtrhen oldWhen oldwhcn
When the top of her head became cov covered coycred ¬ J Jered
ered with thick scales which would wouldpeol wouldpeol wouldpeel
peol and come off taking the hair with withIt
It It would soon form again and be bens bensbad benzbad as asbad
bad as before I tried several things thingsand thingsand thingsand
and then went to the doctor He said saidment saidItwas
it Itwas was Eczema and prescribed an olnt olntment ointnicnt f
ment which did not do any good A Ait
friend spoke of Cuticura Soap I tried triedit triedIt
it and read on the wrapper about Cuti Cuticura Cuticora Cuticura I
cura Ointment as a remedy for Eczema EczemaI
I bought a box and washed her head hC4tlln hC4tllnarm in inwarm inwarm
warm arm water and Cuticura Soap and andgently andgcntly andgently
gently combed the scales off They did didnot dMJlot
not come back and her Lair grew out outfine out1ln outfine
fine 1ln and thick She is now a year eur and andatiolf andabalt andaha1f
atiolf old and has no trace of Eczema EczemaMRS Ecz EczemaMRS ma maMRS
MRS C W BURQESIranistan BURGES Iranistan Aye vc
Bridgeport Cone Feb 211898 211898Mrs 21 1898 1898Mrs 1898Mrs
Mrs Burges writes Feb 281903 281903My 28 1903 1903U 1903My
U My baby who had Eczema very
badly on her head as I told you before beforeafter beforeafter beforeafter
after using the Cuticura Remedies was wascured WJScured wascured
cured She is now six years old and andhas andhas andhas
has thick hair and a clean jyjalp lp
Instant relief and rcfslilag rcC itlng sleep
for skintortured babies and rest fortired for fortired or ors
s tired worried mothers In warm nrm baths bathsWith bathswith
t r With Cuticura Soap and nd gentle anoint ¬
ings with Cuticura Ointment purest purestof
of emollients and greatest of ofakin skin cures curesto curesto curestobe
to tobe be followed in severe cases by mild milddoses milddoses milddoses
doses of Cnticura Resolvent This is isthe isthe Isthe
the purest sweetest most speedy per permanent per permanent perrnanent ¬
manent and economical treatment for fortorturing fo fotortgrlng fortorturing
torturing disfiguring Itching burning
bleeding ble din scaly crusted and pimplv skin skinand skinand skinand
and scalp humours with lo loss s of ofhl1r hair ot o oinfants
Infants and children as well as adults adnltfand adultsand aduItiand
and Is sure to succeed when ail other otherremedies otherremedies otherremedies
remedies and the t e best physicians fail failSold fallSold fail8o14
Sold tbronrhoot tbrou thronzh hjQ us the vprU edd rtd Catlcnrn Hetolrrnt Tc r
Cln In torn orm of a Choeoute eolt Cat Catd < < d i MUll Uvrr t rl rilor of f4j JJ
t OlntmntaV OIDtrnnt Sopaie JQwp 1k Den J DeytiLodnn > elftti1 jHimdnn 1di n ST CNurferJ CNurferJVS e71trtert
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TREASURERS REPORT REPORTFigures REPORTFigures REPORTFigures
Figures Show Balance of
14288778 142887 78 to Credit Creditof
of State StateThe StateThe StateThe
The monthly report of the state treas treasurer treasurer treasurer ¬
urer John DeGray Dixon submitted to
State Auditor C S TIngey yesterday vesttirdayshows yest yesterdayshows rday rdayshows
shows a balance to the credit of the va various varlous a arIous ¬
rious funds of 14288778 on Oct 3i Z i The Thereceipts Thereceipts
receipts for last month amounted to to34S695
545695 which with the balance on hand ha nd
Sept 30 = > > totals 20772781 20772781The 207278JTbe 2077Z7SlThe lOJ
The disbursements were as follows duf dufIng dvting duttug
Ing last month General fund S4t9 Sn9M3 5419Mir3state l J Jstate
state district school 1 sooi ool fund CundiQO9J S7QC5B Q4i sheep he tp
inspection fund 13351 redemption r emplu fund fundI51U5C8 fund51USG3
I51U5C8 5 G8 state school lancm fund prin principal princffl4tl ¬
cipal 1518333 public buildings bul1 buIidfli 1n land landfund landfund
fund principal prln l mJIOO 100 Agricultural Arlcultur f T college collegelands collegeJanus
lands fund principal 5 total disburap disburapmonts disburs disbursmoats
monts 54SOS9S 54SOS9SUTAH S4OS9SUTAH
tI ill
UTAH UT H SCHOOLS SCHOOLSHONORED SCHOOLSHONOREDSecure HONORED HONOREDSecure HONOREDSecure
Secure Twelve Prizes at St Louis LouisWorlds LouisWorlds LouisWorlds
Worlds Fair For ForVarious Various Exhibits ExhibitsAccording ExhibitsAccordlnz ExhibitsAccording
According to a letter received from nm Di Director DIrector Director ¬
rector Byron Cummings of tho worlds worldsfair worldsfair orlels orlelsfall
fair by b D H Christensen city superin superintendent superfntendent superintendent ¬
tendent of schools the state has been beenawarded be beenawarded n nawarded
awarded a dozen prizes for Its educational educationalexhibit educationale educationaleshibit
exhibit e hlbit at St Louis The letter in part partis partis
is as at follows followsIn fono s sIn t
In tho Utah booth the eien eI eInentary eInentaryschools entary nentar3schools entaryschools
schools of Salt Lake City set et a gold Koldmedal goldmedal old oldmOOaI
medal and the High school a silver silvermedal slivermedal silvermodel
medal The state normal school includ including inchldJn IncIdlug ¬
lug Jn the th training school wets a sliver and andn
n bronze medal Utah county count exhibit and andthe nndtbe andthe
the Indian industrial school > exhibit each eachget eachgot eachget
get a bronze medal and the state exhibit exhibitas
as 5 a whole sets ets a silver medal The TheSchool ThoSchool TheSchool
School for the Deaf and Blind gets a agrand agrand
grand gnm prize prizeThe prizclhe prizeThe
The Agricultural college sets ets ra a amedal a gold goldmedal gQldmedal
medal for domestic science silver 51Iv r medal medalfor
for model Irrigated farm silver m medal al for forap forapparatus
apparatus ap amlus to analyze soil and collaborator collaboratorm
m in a grand prize for a collection of shop shopwork shopwork shopwork
work As you ou know this exhibit is a apart a apart apart
part of the United States government ex exhtblt cxhUm oxbUilt
hUm which receives the grand grnnJprize grnnJprizechlofly prize prizework prizechiefly
chiefly on the agrlcult agricultural ural college shop shop1work j
1work work which Is most In quantity and best bestin bestin
in quality of the shop work collection collectionThese collecl1onrhese collectionThese
These are all the medals received thus thusfar thusfar thusfar
far twelvo In all allWOMAN allWOMAN allWOMAN
WOMAN BEATER SULKY SULKYAndrew SULKYAndrew SULKYIAndrew
Andrew Garrison In No Hood to Talk TalkWhen TalkWhen TalkWhen
When Given SeventyFive Days DaysAndrew DaysAndrew DaysAndrew
Andrew Garrison the exsoldier ar arreated arrented arrented
rented Monday evening on State and andSecond andSeconq andSeconc
Second South streets while beating Mrs MrsG MrsG MrsG
G M Zehner was wason on trial yesterday yesterdayafternoon esterdnyafternoon j jafternoon
afternoon for assault and battery batteryJudge batteryJudge batteryJudge
Judge DIehl heard the recital of facts factsas factsas factsAs
as given by Patrolman Patrolmaneigfus Seigfus and the thecomplaining thecomplaining thecomplaining
complaining witness and then asked of ofGarrison ofGarrison ofGarrisod
Garrison GarrisonWhat GarrisonWhat GarrisodWhat
What have you ou to say for your yourself yourself yourself ¬
self selfNot
Not a 1 word answered the defend defendant defendant defendant ¬
ant antThe
The court then sentenced Garrison to topay topay topay
pay a fine of 75 7 or serve seventyfive seventyfivedays seventyfivedays seventyfivedays
days in the th county co un ty jail jailIll jailurn
urn Ill lay it out in a cell before Ill dig digup digup digup
up 1 cent said the prisoner prisonerGarrison prisonerGarrison prisonerGarrison
Garrison was seen while h11e beating the thewoman tbewoman thewoman
woman by two boys Walter Bowdle Bowdleand Bowdleand Bowdieand
and V E Parry who whoheld held him until untilthe untilthe
the patrolman arrived arrivedWILL arrivedYILL arrivedWILL
WILL MAKE NO CHANGES CHANGESStreet
Street Cars to be Run According to toPresent toPresent toPresent
Present Schedules SchedulesThe SchedulesThe SchedulesThe
The Utah Light Railway R i1way company companyhas companyhas companyhas
has decided not to put the proposed proposednew
new ne car schedules on the various variousstreets variousstreetd variousstreets
streets through which its lines pass passinto passinto passInto
into effect and the cars will continue continuerunning continuerunning continuerunning
running as now It was wa intended to toconsolidate toonsoHdate toconsolidate
consolidate the East Fourth and South SouthTemple SouthTemple SouthTemple
Temple street lines the Sixth street streetnd streetnd stteetnd
nd West Second street s reet lines and the theSecond theSecond theSecond
Second West and East Seventh South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street lines beginning yesterday yesterdayThe e terday terdayThe
The abandonment of the consolida consolidation consolidattlon consolidation
tion plan is I said to be due to paving pavingoperations pavingoperations pavingoperations
operations on Brigham street which whichprevents vhlchprevents hlch hlchprevents
prevents the running of cars on long longtrips Ion IontrIps
trips on schedule time timeINTHECOURTS V VIN
8 8IN
IN INTHECOURTS INTHECOURTSMary THE COURTS COURTSMary COURTSIary
Mary Tremayne has commenced di divorce divorce dlvorce ¬
vorce proceedings against George Tre Tremayne Tremayneon Trefllayne ¬
mayne mayneon on the ground of habitual habitualdrunkenness habitualdrunkenness habitualdrunkenness
drunkenness The wife wif asksfor atks for the thecustody thecustody thecustody
custody of their only son son and for the therestoration therestoration therestoration I
restoration to her of her maiden name nameof namef nameof
of f Mary Kilkenny Ikenny I
Robert Rob rt B Quay wants to o be be divorced divorcedfrom divorcedfrom rced rcedtrom
from his wife Amy Belle Quay be because because ¬ I ICause
cause he says sarsshe she deserted him Dec
20 1896 The couple were were married at atDenver atDenver atDenver
Denver Sept 10 1891 1891Judge 1891Judge 1891Judge
Judge Morse will have a a setting of ofi otjury ofjury
i jury cases Saturday Saturda Nov No 5 Judge JudgeLewis JudgeLewis JudgeLewis
Lewis yesterday adjourned his hI court courtuntil courtuntil courtuntil
until Thursday Judge Stewarts di diIs division
j vision Is ion of the district court will be the theonly theonly theonly
only one of the four in session today todayMrs toda todaMrs todayMrs
Mrs Zina Estelle Jenkins Pratt who whohas whohas whohas
has brought suit against her husband husbandV
V M Pratt for divorce upon the thegrounds thegrounds thegrounds
grounds of cruelty arid abandonment abandonmentsaid
said yesterday she does not desire to tobe tobe
be understood as charging that he in inj Intentionally intentionally
I j tentionally tried to poison her as asmight asmight asthlglit
might be inferred inf rred from the wording of ofthe ofthe
the petition She says sny that while the thereferred themedicine I
I medicine he gave her ontbe on the occasion occasionreferred
referred to would w uld doubtless have havecaused havecaused I Icaused
caused her death if lshe she had continued continuedtaking continuedtaking
I
taking it she doesnot does oot believe b lleve he In Intended intendod ¬
tended that it should qhot d prove harmful harmfulOn harmfulOn harmfulOn
On his part Pratt denies each and every everyallegation everyallegation everyallegation
allegation of Mrs Pratts petition and andexplicitly andexpllcJUy andexplicitly
explicitly states that he contributed of ofhis ofIlls ofhis
his earnings toward her support at ataJ1 ataJ1Umeg all alltimea alltimes
times He alleges that their domestic domestictroubles domestictroubles domeatletroubles
troubles were due to the fact that she shewas sheWIiS sheas
was as of a hysterical disposition dispositionOn
On motion of the attorneys atton e s for G H HToone HToone HToono
Toone and E Beer their suit against againstJ
J Donnan Reavis Reavis and wife was dis dismissed dismisse dismissed ¬
missed < l by b Judge Hall yesterday Ac Action AeUon Aclion ¬
lion wa wap brought to recover a judgment judgmentof
of M1 3tl2G 6 with interest from Oct 29 2919S8 29lOftIi
19S8 The sum is the amount ofa me mechanics In Inchanlcs meehanics > ¬
chanics lien on a house for which Beer Beerand Beerana Beerand
and Toone furnished the material and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which Reavis erected erectedLouis erectedLouis erectedLouis
Louis Pink was ordered committed committedto
to t the state mental hospital by Judge JudgeHall JudgeFraU JudgeItalI
Hall yesterday lIe Is suffering with withtrumatlsm withtrurnaUsm withtrumatlsnm
trumatlsm Some tinie ago he was wasru wason wasrUrl
ru rUrl lr on 4l 1 v head e > > d < l and it is i believed believedthe 1MUevedthe believedthe
the blow afl affectel > > ctrl his brain He has hriswire a awife awife
wife and two children the older 16 16years 16years 16years
years of age and the theyouns younger r 7 7Judge 7Judge 7Judge
Judge Lewis took up the following followingcriminal tollowingcriminal followingerlmhmai
criminal cases yesterday ye tertlay James JamesHiley James1tHey JamesHUeyburJary
Hiley HUeyburJary burglary two charges fUges pleaded pleadednot
not guilty attorney 8hor1f will be apiJotnted apiJotntedlater 4PPOtut9dlates
later John Ooleman administering administeringpoison administeringpolron administeringpoison
poison to an animal on motion of the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district attorney and the attorney for forthe forthe forthe
the accued accut case continued until Fri Friday Friday Frilay ¬
day Nov 11 11Judgment UJudgJncnt 11Judgmpenj
Judgment by default in the sum of
582763 58 75 was wID rendered in Judge Stew Stewarts Stewarts Stewarts ¬
arts court yesterday In the suit of Dan Daniel DanIel Daliid ¬
iel id Spencer Wallace against W L LJohnson LJohnson LJohnson
Johnson The sum of 5SOO was asked askedfor askedf askedft
for f r a consignment nslgnm nt of druggists goods goodsThe goodsThe goodsThe
The fnterest ran fromOct 10 last lastJudge laftJudge lartJudge
Judge Stewart yesderffay ttrifny dismissed dismissedthe dlsmI5 fd fdthe
the suit of L R Rbgors against the theHighland theHighland theHighland
Highland Boy Consolidated Mining Miningcompany MiningcompaJsY Miningcompapmy
company at the formers cost Action Actionwas Aetlonwas Actionwas
was brought to recover 1050 for wcrk workand wcrkand wcrkand
and labor The bill amounted orig originally originally originnily ¬
inally to l Iti 1F5O oO O and only SiOO 1i00 00 was wa paid paidon paidon paidOR
on it The work was done between betweenJuno betwtenJuU betweenJune
Juno JuU 10 1S02 190 and July 1 1902 190 accord according accoding according ¬
ing to the complaint complaintA complaintC1Jmpllllnt
A complaint was filed with the coun county eounty county ¬
ty clerk yetterday afternoon by Katn Katnerine Katnerine Katnerine
erine May la Merrill against her husband husbandMark husbandMark husbandMark
Mark E Merrill from whom she wants wantsa
a divorce The Th wife alleges that her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband has failed to provide for her herself herself herself ¬
self and child for the last five years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The couple were married Sept 22 1898 1898in 1898in 1898in
in Tooelf > The mother asks for fo the thecustody thecustody thecustody
custody of the child childREGULAR cbUdI childBEGULAB
REGULAR DIVIDEND DIVIDENDdeclared DIVIDENDPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Npv 1At a meeting
declared
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In front of his brother house houseSouth Si SiSouth siaSouth
South Sixth EasiStreet E Ehzttreet street and in sight sightof sIghtof sightof
of his l s alaferin sL1teriijIjt sfeter mp1a iawOlof t Olof P P Anderson Andersona
a bartender 30 years ye rS of ofage age e swallowed swallowedseveral swallowedseveral
several ounces of morphine shortly shortlyafter ihortlyafter
after 10 oclock yesterday morning and andthen andthen andthen
then staggered a few hundred hUndred yards yardsaway yardsaway yardsavay
away to Liberty park where he was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found in a dying d inS condition several severalhourslater severalhours severalhourslater
hourslater hours later and taken topoUce to police head headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters After apparently reviving revivingslightly revivingslightly revivingsliEhtly
slightly from the effects of the nior niorphine por porphine or orphine
phine Anderson pas P1l pand ed away a y about
530 yesterday afternoon afternoonDomestic afternoonDomestic afternOonDomestic
Domestic trouble and despondency dcspondhnc3over despondencyover
over failure to secure steady work are areassigned arcassigned areassigned
assigned as the causes of Andersons Andersonsact Ander ns nsact
act by his young widow and friends friendsOnly friendOnly friendsOnly
Only a few fewhours hours before Anderson took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the poison a letter signed by b him was wasreceived waS waSreceived wasreceived
received by Mrs Irs rs Anderson The mis missive missive ¬
sive was brief stating that as thewriler the thewriter thewriter
writer had not found happiness In this thislife thIsUte thislife
life he Intended to leave it for the next nextDirections nextDirections I IDlrectfons
Directions forvfmding tor finding the body in Lib Liberty I
erty park were given The l letter tt r had hadbeen hadbeen Vmrf Vmrfbeen
been written Monday night nightSelfdestruction nightSelfdestruction I
Selfdestruction followed several severalmonths severalmonths severalmonths
months of discord between Anderson Andersonand Andersonand Andersonand
and his wife which culminated about abouta
a month ago In his leaving the home at atFairmount
5 Fairmount avenue Since then Mrs MrsAnderson MmAnderson MrsAnderson
Anderson has seen but little of him nor nordid nordid nordid
did she know where he was wa rooming roomingThreatened roomingThreatened roomingThreatened
Threatened Wifes Life LifeTwo LifeTwo LifeTwo
Two weeks weeks ago however Anderson Andersonreturned Andersonreturned Andersonreturned
returned and after a stormy interview interviewwith Interviewwitb Interviewwith
with his wife during which she claims claimshe claimshe claimshe
he threatned to kill her left the house househinting househinting househinting
hinting that he would commit suicide suicideThat suioldeThat suicideThat
That was the last time Mrs Anderson Andersonsaw
saw the man until she viewed his re remains remains remains ¬
mains at the police station Friends of ofboth otboth ofboth
both had been aware for some time of oftheir oftheIr oftheir
their domestic difficulties but b t to none noneso noneso noneso
so far as can be learned le rned had Ander Anderson Anderson Anderson ¬
son confided his intention of taking his hislife hIslife hislife
life lifeAnderson
Anderson was as found lying uncon unconscious unconscious unconscious ¬
scious just within Liberty park by byMrs byMrs byMrs
Mrs Gus Anderson his sisterinlaw sisterinlawwho
who had seen him swallow the drug
She immediately telephoned police policeheadquarters policeheadquarters policeheadquarters
headquarters but claims that not until untilnearly untilnearly unUlnearly
nearly two hours had passed did the thepatrol thepatroJ thepatrol
patrol wagon arrive The box which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had contained the morphine was lying
by Andersons side Drs C M Bene Benedict Benediet ¬
diet and T G Odell worked over the theman theman
man at the station and at one time timetheir timetheir timetheir
their efforts promised to be rewarded rewardedOnly rewardedOnly rewardedOnly
Only a few minutes before he passed passedaway passedaway pamedaway
away Anderson recognized a few fewfriends fewfriends fewfriends
friends and attempted to say a few fewwords fewwords fewwords
words wordsAnderson wordsAnderson wordsAnderson
Anderson had been employed emplo ed at sev several several several ¬
eral saloons in this city clt his last po position position position ¬
sition being at the G and G 60 cast OastSecond castSecond eastSecond
Second South street According to toAirs tolrs toMrs
Airs lrs Anderson he had not been able ableto ableto ableto
to obtain steady work for or the last six sixmonths sixmonths sixmonths
months
Ogden Incident Recalled RecalledAnderson RecalledAnderson RecalledAnderson
Anderson was arrested in Ogden sev several sevcralmonths several ¬
eral cralmonths months ago agoon on acoroners jury ju y in indictment InctmBn indiotment
dictment ctmBn following the le fatal Fourth JWurth of ofrufy ofthe
SuIHcelebratlotfat rufy celebratio at the Junction An AndersOn Anel1iOn AndeipOn
dersOn el1iOn had been engaged to assist ist In Injiving Inivlng Ingiving
jiving the fireworks display An ex explosion explo910n cxplosion ¬
plosion occurred during which two twospectators hospectators twospectators
spectators were killed It was claimed claimedat
at that time that he and his compan companions companIons companIons ¬
ions were under the influence of ofliouor ofliquor ofliquor
liquor
The deceased was a member of the theBartenders theBartenders
Bartenders Hotel and Restaurant Em Employees Employees Employees ¬
ployees association and the he funeral funeralservices funeralservices
services will probably P be b conducted un under under under ¬
der the auspices of that organization organizationMrs
Mrs Anderson made the following followingstatement followingstatement olJowfngstatement
statement last night nightIt
It is true that my husband and my myself m mlr niysclr ¬
self lr had some trouble during the last lastfew llltstw lastfew
few w months I pleaded leaded with him to act actas actas actas
as he should but he simply would not notA notA
A few weeks ago he called here and andthreatened andthreatened andthreatened
threatened to kill me That was the thelast thelast thelast
last I saw of him I wish to deny the thestatement tbeetatement thestatement
statement that I said I did not care to tohave tohave
have anything at all to do with him himin himIn himin
in the event of his recovery recover or that I Ishould Ishould Ishould
should refuse to see that his body was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken care of should he die dieSirs die1Irrs dieMrss
Sirs Anderson was formerly a Miss MissCarney MissCarne MissCarney
Carney Carne She was married four yoars yoarsago y yarsago rs rsago
ago
PUBLIC DEBT DEBTSTATEMENT DEBTSTATEMENT DEBTSTATEMENTXncreasc STATEMENT STATEMENTIncrease
Increase FOr the Month Month Shown I to be beS4404 be44O47l5 I
S4404 44O47l5 44O47l5Washington 715 715Washington 715ashlngton
Washington Nov 1 1The The monthly mo tbly state statement statomont statemont ¬
mont of tho public debt shows that at tho thoclose thoclose theclose
close of business Oct 31 lM the public publicdebt pUblicdebt publicdebt
debt less cash in the treasury trlasur amounted amountedto nmoun nmounto
to 5WS7S7662 which is an an increase for tho thomonth thomonth themonth
month of f44O47l IIOtil6Thfs icn71 This increase is prin principally prlnclpall princlpslly ¬
cipally accounted for by b a decrease of
506135 0fin in h the th amount of cash on hand
The debt is recapitulated as follows
Interestbearing Int restbenring debt 885157770 D5167 iO debt on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which interest has ha ceased Since maturity Jnltturil
JL62T7CO 62I700 debt bearing ti6 Io Interest Intcrost4h9 56C 5t
354979 4h9 total l2S3lio440 l2S3lio440This 12S314o44DThis 1283140440This
This amount however does not include include10S15S9 include10J IncludelO1i69
10S15S9 10J 900 in certificates and treasury treasurynoles treasurnotes treasurynotes
notes outstanding which arc offsot by an anequal anequal anequal
equal nmount of cash in hand held for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their redemption redemptionThe r empl1on empl1onThe
The cash in the treasury is classified as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows Gold reserve fund 1508000 loli0olotrust 1iO ooO > W JOtrust Wtrust
trust funds l0215 lOt 1i56Il GtM8 general scn tl fund
118035429 in national bank depositories depositories51H5M431 tlePOSltorlS1l4iifi3UU
51H5M431 In Philippine treasury 5794 5754total 5794i 5794o9
i o9 total 14 14119935300 < fe98530 against which there theroare t1teronre thereare
are demand liabilities flal > 1hUe outstanding outstandingamount olitgtltndtnamount outstandIngnmnount
amount to JlllS3S2o93 111 S2 93 which leaves a acash acash acash
cash balance on hand of 296352797SWEDE 296352797 296352797SWEDE
81 11 11SWEDE
SWEDE CAPTAINS STORY STORYGefte STORYGene STOBYGetle
Gene Sweden > n Nov No 1 IThe The captain c > taIn and andcrew andcrew andcrew
crew of the lh Swedish vessel AMebaran AMebaranwhich AIlebarallwhich Aidebarnnwhich
which arrived here Oct 27 and reported reportedhaving rtportfdhaving reportedhaving
having been fired at by a t cruiser of the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian second Pacific squadron Oct 21 21in 1 1In jIn
in the Skugoraok were examined under underoath underoath underoath
oath tody tode Thp captain UIJtalnsald said he tc did not notregard 110tregard notregard
regard the th first shot hot firM by 13 Ute Rus Russian Russtan Ruesian ¬
sian squadron as a summons to lit and andthe andhe
he failed to make the proscribed Sply ply to tothe tothe j
the signal simply ordering tho hoisting hoistingof
of the Swedish flag
DAY BY DAY THEJAPS THEJAPS THE THEJAPS
JAPS GET GETCLOSER GETCLOSERDetails CLOSER CLOSERDetails i iDetails
Details of the Latest Attack Up Upon Upon Upon ¬
on PortAnihurv PortAnihurvj PortAnihurvBATTLE Port PorLArihulBA1TLET1LL Arihur J
1
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BATTLE BA1TLET1LL StiLL IN PROGRESS PROGRESSEFFECTIVE PROGRESSEFFECTIVE PROGRESSt PROGRESSEPPECTIVE
t PROGRESSI I
EFFECTIVE WORK OF MINERS MINERSAND XINERSt INERS INERSSAPPERS t
AND AN1 SAPPERS SAPPERSTOlklO SAPPERSt
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T o1bo Nov No 1 9 p m mnXnmperiat mnXnmperiatI imperial imperialheadquarters iuperialheadquarters
TOlklO T
I headquarters tonight published publ shed a aseries aseries aseries
series of reports covering coveri S the theerations
erations against Port Arthur during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the months of August September and andOctober andOctober andOctober
October The chief chl Interest centers cent ra In Inthe IIIthe Inthe
the tremendous lrcmendousattack attack which was be begun begun begun ¬
gun Oct 26 and js still continuing continuingHundreds contrnulng1Hundreds continuingHundreds
Hundreds of Japanese guns began beganbettering beganbettering beganbattering
bettering against the northerly and andeasterly andeast andeasterly
easterly east rIy forts on Oct 26 the infantry infantrygoing infantrygoing II
going forward with desperate rushes rusheswhere rush rusheswhere s
where the artillery had prepared the theway thewa theway
way wa while the pioneers and sappers sapperswere sapperswere sapperswere
were running runningmines mines against the Rus Russian Russtan Rusmilan ¬
stan forts fortsThe fortsThe fortaThe
The reports record a aserIcs series of des desperate desp denperate ¬
perate p late encounters at close range and andtell andtell andtell
tell a dramatic story storyThe storyThe storyThe
The Latest Attack AttackThe Attackrhe AttackThe
The reports of the attack of Oct OcL 26 26are 6 6are 6are
are as fullpws fullpwsFrom tullowsFrom fuilowsFram
From 830 8 30 oclock in the morning mOrningI
the forts on Sungshu ungshu and anC Rihlung R hlung
mountains the eastern group x Of > f forts fortson fortson
on Keakwan mountain and a fort fortly My
ing to the north of the latter were
bombarded with our siege guns and andnaval andnaal andnaval
naval ordnance and 250 shells took ef ¬
fect fectThe
The naval guns directed against the
Sungshu and Rihlung mountain forts tortssent fortssent fortssent
sent nany any effective shells The para parapet parapet parapet ¬
pet of Rihlung mountain fort was de demolished demolfshed demolished ¬
molished and ndopenings openings were made in
the fort Several portions of the cover coverwere coerwere coverwere
were destroyed destroyedTwo destroJedTwo destroyedTwo
Two of the most important covers coversof COycrsof coversof
of Sungshu mountain forts were de destroyed destroyed destroyecj ¬
stroyed by our shells One fifteencen fifteencentimetre fifteencentirretre fifteencentimetre ¬
timetre gun was as dismounted and an another another another ¬
other was damaged One gun of the thenorthern thenorthern
northern fort of East Keekwan moun mountain mountain mountam ¬
tain tam was destroyed destroyedFrom destrojeduFrom destroyedFrom
From 2 oclock in the afternoon afternoonsiege aCternoonsiege afternoonsiege
siege guns were directed against the
trenches on all the slopes of Sungshu Sungshumountain Sl1ngShumountain Stingshumountain
mountain and Rihlung mountain and andagainst andagainst andagainst
against the trenches on the south side sideof sideof sideof
of Pohsian mountain AH All Al these thesetrenches thesetrenches thesetrenches
trenches were heavily damaged by 5 5oclock 5oclock 5oclock
oclock In the afternoon afternoonCharged atternoonCharged afternoonCharged
Charged the Trenches TrenchesA
A portion of our right WIngcharged wingcharged wing wingcharged
charged against the trenches on Sung Sungshu Sungshu Sungshu ¬
shu mountain and a portion of our cen center center center ¬
ter wing charged against the trenches trencheson tr nehts nehtson
on Rihlung mountain and on the th south southern soutlrern southem
ern em part of Pohsian mountain and andtook andtook andtook
took possession of them without heavy j
loss 10 s 1
Simultaneously SI ultaneon3lY with the occupation occupationof
of the places from which the Russians Russianshad Russianspad RussiansJiad
had been driven driVen the enemy posted in inthe inthe ittthe
the forts In their vicinity in conjunc conjunction conjuntfon conjunction ¬
tion with the forts on West Sitaiyank Sitaiyankkou j
kou Mantao mountain mo ntaln Golden Gold n hill hillPaiyu billPaiyu I
Paiyu mountain mount mounttIn in and Laolinchus con concentrated concentrated ¬
centrated c lite fire against the points pointswhere pointswhere
where our assaults a saults were progressing
The sound of our cannonade the thefire thefire thefire
fire from the guns of the enemy and andthe andthe andthe
the bursting of shells made an impress Impresslye I
lye and dramatic scene cene ceneThe I
The enemy shells were defective defectiveA I IAlarge
A Alarge large mlrip ml exploded e ploded ontheslope ontheslopeof onthe Iopej IopejQf
of Rihlung nfountajnbutcouinlkfepfi ij6iuitajn bU ta n Qutn uLOuofotip1 uLOuofotip1men n9 i1
men was killed thereby therebyOn 1
On the same night with the object objectof
of preventing the Russians from mak making makIng maklug ¬
ing repairs our siege and naval guns gunsshelled gunssheUed gunsshelled
shelled the forts fort on Rihlung mountaInEast mountain mountainEast mountainEast
East Heekwan mountain and Sungshu Sungshumountain Sungshumountain Sungshumountain
mountain mountainThe mountainThe mountainThe
The enemys warships and machin machinery machIncry macbincry ¬
cry buildings were also shelled shelledCounter shelledCountt shelledCounter
Counter Attack Repulsed RepulsedThe
The enemy cn m holding Sungshu and andRihlung andRlhlung i iRihlung
Rihlung mountains under the protec protection protection I IUon
tion of a shell fire undertook several severalnight severalnlght severalnight
night attacks but all of them were re repulsed repulsed
pulsed pulsedOn pulsedOn pulsedOn
On Oct 2Y tt the bombardment with withour withour withour
our siege guns was continued and the thefire thefire thefire
fire of our naval guns was directed directedagainst directedagainst directedagainst
against Sungshu Itz Anshu PaiyU PaiyUand Pab Paiyand
and Rihlung mountains and J1d also alsoagainst alsoagainst alsoagainst I
against the dockyard and the warships warshipsOf
Of the effects of our bombardment bombardmentthese bombardmentthese I
these deserving special mention are the theeffect theeffect
effect realized against a a fort tm n East EastKeekwan EastKEekwan EastKeekwan I
Keekwan mountain where a gun and andits andits andits
its carriage were completely destroyed destroyedthe d stro ed edthe
the destruction of a banquette lying lyingbetween lyingbetween lyingbetween
between the east end of the north front frontand frontand frontand
and the center of Rihlunsr mountain mountainforts mountainforts mountainforts
forts scattering the cover thereof and anddestroying andd anddestroying
destroying d troying two small guns and the de demolition demoUtIon demolition ¬
molition of a gun on the east front of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the same fort fortSeveral fortSeveral fortSeveral
Several of our shells took effect on onthe ontlu onthe
the southeastern corner of the same samefort samefort samefort
fort destroying destro lng its cover and smashing smashingtwo
two machine guns Into pieces One gun gunplaced gunplaced gunplaced
placed on a projected J > roject d point of the theSungshu theSungsbu theSungshu
Sungshu mountain fort was dislocated dislocatedand
and one twelvecentimetre gun which whichwas whicbwas whichwan
was placed in the center r of the th leCt leCtwing leltwing 1ftwing
wing was demolished while the covers coverswere COergwere coverswere
were also destroyed destroyedEngineers dootroycdEn destroyedEuineers
Engineers En ineers Advanced AdvancedDuring AdvancedDuring AdvancedDuring
During the same s me night our oUr engineer engineercorps engineercorps uglnecrcorps
corps was sent against the northern northernpart northernpart northernpart
part of East Keekwan mountain and andsucceeded andsuccleded andsucceeded
succeeded in destroying the outer case casemate cascmate casemate
mate of a projected point pointDuring pointDuring pointDuring
During the night the enemy resorted resortedto
to every means to obstruct our work workassaulting workassaulting Workassaulting
assaulting and using bombs At tho thosame thosame thesame
same time the Russians worked worl cd ener energetically energetically energetically ¬
getically in effecting eft Ung repairs on some someportions pomeportions 5omcportions
portions of their forts damaged by our ourshells ourshells ourshells
shells shellsOh shellsOn shellsOn
On Oct 28 the bombardment with withheavy withheavy wIthheavy
heavy and other siege 5i ge guns was con continued oontirued eontirjued ¬
tinued and its effect was good goodTwo goodTwo goodTwo
Two hundred and eightylive effect effective effective effectlye ¬
ive shells have been counted and be besides b bsides besides < ¬
sides these several other shells took ef effect etfeet cCfeet ¬
feet on the forts of Anshu mountain mountainItz
Itz mountain Paiyu mountain and on ona ona ona
a hill 203 03 metres high highOur highOur highOur
Our naval guns were directed chief chiefly cbl chiefly C CJ ¬
ly J against Sitalyangkou Sital angk u Itz anti Anshu Anshumountains Anshumountains nshu nshumountains
mountains the warships In 11 the eastv cas casharbor east eastharbor
harbor and the western portion portl n of the thecity theCity thecity
city cityEffects
Effects deserving of special mention
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They Are About Your Health HealthWhen HealthThen HealthWhen
When Then your health goes the least bit wrong wrong a vnrelcss message messager messaiotC1t messagefrcnt
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were ere made on the Rihlung Rlbll1n mountain mountainfort mountainfort mountainforL
fort The banquetto and the buildings buildingsinside QulldlngsInside buildIngsinside
inside i tle e fort tc weie weite destroyed d strGyed and vital vitalportions vitalportions ital italportionr
portions of t the fort were considerably considerablydamaged considerablyqamnged eonsLdrablyamaged
damaged The enemy placed a row rowof rowof rowof
of sand aI d bags in the place of the ban banquette banquette banquette ¬
quette which we destroyed destroyedlHajjazine destroyedMasazme destroyedNagazine
lHajjazine Exploded ExplodedOn Expl d d dOn
On the northern portion p9rtionol of East Eastexploded Eastekwan EastK9ekwan
K9ekwan ekwan mountain n magazine was I
and a field gun was destroyed destroyed0n destro e r
0n n Sungshu mountain a twelvecen twelvecentimetre twelvecentimnetre ¬
timetre canet and carriage were over overturned overturned overthrued ¬
turned and another gun was heavily heavilydamaged heavilydam heavilydamzged
damaged dam damzgedOn ged gedOn t ti
i On the 203 metre hill two covers and andthe andthe andthe
the wire entanglements of the trenches trencheswere trencheswere I
were Considerably < damaged damagedOn
On the fort north of Sltalyangkou Sltalyangkoui I
i the guns Uts and works were heavily dam damaged j
aged agedA agedal
A A conflagration occurred occurr d in the old oldcity oldcity oldcity
city and a second conflagration was wasobserved wasobserved wasobserved
observed in a factory at the northeast northeastbase northeastbase northeastbase
base of Golden hill hU1whlch which lasted for forthree i ithree
three hours hoursDurlng hoursDuring I IDuring t
During the night a machinery mncltln ry build buildIng I
ing near the th harbor was bombarded by byour byour I Iour
our guns which also protected the thework thework
work of the engineers engineersOn
On Oct 29 the bombardment was wascontinued wascontinued wascontinued I
continued with an increased number numberof
of shells shellsOn shellsOn shells0n
On the same morning at dawn 100 100of 100of
of the enemy assaulted our mine ex j
tending t ndlng toward Rihlung fort but they theywere theywere I Iwere
were repulsed rt ulsed with heavy loss lossSimultaneously I ISimultaneously I
Simultaneously a a similar force of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the enemy assaulted our mine projected projectedbravely projectedagainst II IIi
i against Sungghu mountain Our men menbravely menbravely
bravely withstood the attack but were wereforced werefomced v re I
forced to lose a portion of the mine minewhich mlnewhich minewhich
which however was retained r talnod with the theassistance theassistance theassitance
assistance of our artillery at 2 oclock oclockin
in the afternoon afternoonMiners after afterimoonTdiners 1oon 1oonMiners I
Miners at WorkA Work WorkA
A mine directed against Rihluns Rihlunsmountain Riblunbmountain Rihlungmountain
mountain fort reached the outer limit limitof Umitof limitof
of the fort last night A A portion of the theouter theouter theouter
outer limit of the fort was blown up upAgainst upAgainst upAgainst
Against the outer casemate c of the theeastern theeastern theeastern
eastern point of the Fort lying lyingTmorth north of ofl ofEast
l East Keekwan Keekanmountafn mountain dynamite was wasappUeq wasapplied
applied twice last night causing wide wideopenings Wideopenings wideopenings
openings and killing several of the theenemy theenemy theenemy
enemy inside the casemate casemateOur casemateOur casemateOur
Our bombardment is proving in increasingly increasingly ¬ i icreasingly
creasingly effective A number of shells shellsfrom shellsfrom I Ifrom
from effect effectWe effectI I II
our heavy guns are taking
I We counted 350 of these shells Besides Besidesthis Besidesthis I
this heavy damage has been inflicted inflictedon
on the Laoluechuikao Itz mountain mountainand mountainnd mountainand
and nd Paiyu mountain forts and those thoselying thoselying I Ilying
lying between them themOur thenOur themOur
Our naval guns were directed directedDo directedFREE directedFREE
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against Sitaiyangkou Its mountain mountainAns mo mOurt l1talrl imi imiAnhjj I
Ans A Anhjj hjB mountain KunQhian Kppcixqmntsoy Kppcixqmntsoylug Cl11lntsoJ7 Cl11lntsoJ7lng huntsoy huntsoying
lug Paiyiy p ly r mountain an Sungshuf Sungshufmountain SungqhumountaIn ung ha hamQunt
mountain mQunt in They explbded a 3r magazine magazinecfh mhgazlnc1thc
cfh the thc Sitaiyangkou SitaIy mskou fort fortvFlve tortF1ve < I
FIve F1ve Russianships Ru5sian ships which were wwe be being beIng being ¬
ing used in clearing mines were w e also alsobombarded alsobombnrd alsobombarded
bombarded tl Three ofthemware e heavr heavrHy haa heavfly
Hy 11 damaged and the other two were wereost werefRt weretRt
fRt on ontlre ontlreOt flre
7 7 Other Ot er siege guns of different calibre calibrebombarded calihrbombard calibrObombardfid
bombarded d the theJt tejenches Benches > nhes lying between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the forts and the old Chinese walls
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