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2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD lIO irocnAv J y lIARCH ruinH 6 1905
CHAMPION AMP ION MONEY SPENDERS SPENDERSThr
Threes Thr c c Instances InstanceScf of Men Who Had Money in BOndje lif de and adWhiffed Whiffed It ItAway ItAway Itq ItAway
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HE man from California nfornla the man mantram manfrom
T I from Idaho and the man from fromt fromxam1ghty
t Tqxas asmlghty mighty prosperous appear appearing appearIhg appeartrig ¬
trig iriiddlo trild Uc aged men tho three of ofthem o othem ofthem
them as they held down three of o the thedeep thedeep
deep leather lolling chairs In that snug snugoasis snugoalila snugoa9Is
oasis of the hotel lobby 10bbyteU fell to dis discussing discussing discussing ¬
cussing spendthrifts and their relative relativegamencss relativegameness relativegameness
gameness when they found themselves themselvesaU
aU in inSaid InSaid InSaid
Said the man from Idaho IdahoTho
l Tho mast rn t cheerful c ccr ul and philosophical philosophicalmqjiey phUo3ophicLlmQlloy phi1oophI pl plrnQzIoy
mqjiey burner I ever met was old Mike MikeVKeefe MikeQlCeefe MIkeQKeefe
VKeefe pf o Nampa Mike struck it itich itlch itiieh
iieh ich up In the Coeur aAlene Alene country countryseven Countryseven countryseven
seven different times and on each of ofthcsu otthe50 oftheso
thcsu seven occasions he chucked away awaywithin awaywithin awaywithin
within a month at most the tens of ofthousands orthCtusanda ofthousad
thousands of o dollars that t at the various variousbuyup variausbuyup variousbuup
buyup syndicates gave him for his hisclaims hislnlms hislaims
claims claimsBut lnlmsuut laimsBut
But the glory of Mike was wa was that hat be healways benlwaYJ bealwayu
always stood pat to the situation box boxawod
jawed awod toursquare and with nary a awhimper ahlmpcr awhimper
whimper In him when he reached the thebottom thebottom thebottom
bottom of his stacks stacksMike stacksIike stacksMike
Mike strucka struck a ledge of rock in the thesummer thesummer theuinmer
summer of 83 83thls this was his sixth find findthat findthat findthat
that he got 30000 spot cash for a aweek 3 3eek aeek
week eek after he happened upon it Mike Mikewas Mikeas Mikewas
was as a a fool to have given it up at any
figure for It has since panned x > out outmillions outmUUon outmUhlon
millions But Mike hadnt had a whizz
down in n Spokane for nearly a year and andliS
his skin was cracking He couldnt couldntJstarnl couldnttand
Jstarnl it any longer longerHe 1ongelHe longerHe
He took the syndicate managers managersdraft managersQraft managerslraft
draft for the 30000 and andstlllin still in his red redflannel redllannel redfIanel
flannel shirt and spattered boots he heldt hekited
kited ldt d off for Spokane to whistle It In InMike inullkc InMike
Mike was a grizzled man of 55 who whohad wholmd whohad
had been tinkering with a prospectors prospectorsbammer prospectorshammer
hammer most of his life 11 fe and youd youdhave youdhavo youdhave
have thought that his years and years yearsof yearsot yearsof
of keen hardship would have jammed jammedsome jammedsome jammedsome
some sense into his fool head hea l As a amatter amatter amatter
matter of fact he was a a quiet level levelheaded levelbeaded levelheaded ¬
headed sort of man when he was broke brokeand
and up against It with his pick and andgrub andgrub andgrub
grub stake but when hen he got hold of a aivad awad awad
wad of the ochre papers he was a amedicinemaking amedlcfnemakln amedicinemaking
medicinemaking Shoshono and no mis ¬
take takeMike
Mike blew in from 1000 to 2000 a a
day < on this Spokane vortex Just as he
had done one before with the bank rolls ro1l he
had got for his other paystuff strikes
I could generally figure out to a day
when Mike lIke was due back to the hill hillcountry hUlcountry hiltcountry
country from Spokane It depended on
the size Iz of the bundle he carried away
with him The basis of calculation
that I employed was that it took an anaverage anaverage anaverage
average of about 1500 a day for him
to buy rum and trimmings for the
town to n of Spokane SpokaneAbout SpokaneAbout SpokaneAbout
About three weeks after Mike had
left the Coeur dAlene country on this thissixth thissixth thissixth
sixth excursion to Spokane I started startedout startedout Startedout
out In a a wagon one morning to drive
toward some holes in the ground that thatmy thatm
my m boys were digging in the foothills foothillsI
I hadnt driven more thai five fivemiles fivemllca fivernlle3 I
miles over the rough bowlderstrewn bowlderstrewnroad
road before I came upon a man In a red I
flannel shirt with a flour sack of grub grubslung grubslung grubslung
slung at the end of pick he shouldered
trudging on at a good clip clipThe clipThe
The man was Mike OKeefe OKeefeI
ul I drew up > behind Mike Ifke but when I Igot Igot Igot
got alongside of him he didnt turn his
head my m way although he sure heard
the noise of the wagon I could hear hearIIJk
Mike IIJk alternately muttering and andwhistling andwhistling andwhistling
whistling to himself I felt sorry for
tho blamed bl med old idiotic ronugnneck and anc ancpuIId
pullQfl pulJ upv upvWant Ul Ulrailt upWafit
Want railt a ride Mike IIkc I inquired of
him
4 Ride Is It said Mike breaking
bit fTllls his whistling and recognizing
me mewith mewith incvIth
with a nod Not gina ye a short shortanswer shortawer
answer d1 wet but bllt not by b a damned sight do
I want to ride Finished my m ridin down
Spokane way Now damme Im goin
to walk walkAnd alk alkAnd
And he took up his trm1ge uv3C again 140 JI
Hoof It ye fathead I heard him
muttering to himself Go on and wear
yr fool feet off ofIallOortn ahoofin it Aint ye
tin had A l yr r frt fun 10rc4 blast and t aint t i iT
T u u ye 7 am < k yr y r head jujtiu
bf bfgger ber ger nor a dogs yet What more
dye 1 e want and what kick have ye got gotcomoll1 got8omoIn
acomoin y locoed coyote Gwan
now l1 no w and hump it up lively and he
plodded on with all of the cheerful ¬
ness in life lifeI ueeI
i I couldnt coul int Induce him to get into the
wagon although he was bound for the theme
snme nIne me place I was going He wouldnt wouldnten
even en take a drink out of fny iii flask
badly as he needed one Mike was
used to taking his medicine like this
and he had an instinctive hatred for a
whiner whlnarJust whlnouJUJIt whinerJust
Just seven months later he struck
it again got another bale of money and
did the thing all over again Then his
sister a levelheaded Irish woman
turned t < < rncd up and to give Mike MIk a a change
of scene she started him oft for the thegold thegOld thegold
gold country down in Arizona She
went along with him When Mike Ifke lit
upon the pay pa rock down there she saw
tljftt he hung onto his claims < and when
he died five or six years later he left
several verftl hundred thousand dollars to his hi hisister
sister and h hr r children chUdrenObscned childrenfl
fl Observed the man from California
Theres a heap of difference be ¬
tweon these tbe dust
e blowers As a gen ¬
Gnu rule the th spendthrift who han made
his own money never degenerates into
a whimpering whlmpCtJntrepentant repentant prodigal after
his little whirl Is over and he awakes
some fine morning to find himself broke brokeand
and al1dup up against it On the other hand I1nndman handmany
many man of the chaps who tumultuously
blow blo in great sums of money that they t1 y
never turned a hand over to earn e rnbut but
simply Inherited display he oi yellow yellowthats yellowthats yellowthats
thats In them when they reach rea 1 the t c end endof enCioC enaof
of the coil and make all of their theirfriends theirfriends theirfrienda
friends weary with wldtneh their contriteness contritenessThe
The only man I ever met who w11 in inherited inherited inherited ¬
herited his money spent It like 11k a sailor sailorand sailorand sailorand
and was dead game after he went broke brokewas brokewas brokewas
was Burt Pardee a young fellow well wellremembered wellremembered wellremembered
remembered by many now grizzled Cal Caiifornianst Californians CalIfornians
ifornians who were young younginfernaIl younginfernaIloungwith younginfernallyyoungwith infernally infernallyyoung
young oungwith with him back In the seventies seventiesPardee seventiesPardee seventiesPardee
Pardee was a young chap of the in incorrigible incorrigible incorrigible ¬
corrigible scapegrace scap grace sort He belonged belongedto
to a swell eastern family and an < had got gothis gothis gothis
his edu education ation partly at Oxford and andpartly andparU andpartly
partly parU at Heidelberg I say partly for forthe forthe forthe
the boy was fired from both Institutions Institutionsof s sof
of learning for deviltry of a an unma unmalicious unmalicious unmaliclous
licious though disqualifying character characterHis characterHis characterHis
His father was a millionaire but he cut cuthis cuthi cutbi
his hi scapegrace son oft without a dollar dollarwhen dollarwhen dollarwhen
when he died diedYoung dIedYoung diedroung
Young Burt urt Pardee struck Califor California CalifOrnla ¬
nia In 1S72 187 and andwhen when he turned up at a agrape a agrape agrape
I grape ranch I owned in Napa county countythe countythe countythe
the manager gave him a i job as time timekeeper tianeteeper titnekeeper ¬
keeper teeper He was a a bright whelp fine flnelooking finelooking finelooking
looking and accomplished and if an anstunt anunt anaunt
stunt unt of his hadnt died dledln in Philadelphia Philadelphiaabout Philadelphiaabout Philadelphiaabout
about six months after he went to work workfor workfor workfor
for a a living In this vineyard of mine minethe mineth minethe
the th boy would have been better off The Theaunt Theaunt Theaunt
aunt left him 2000000 in United states Sjtatesgovernment statesgovernment tate5 tate5government
government bonds bondsHU bondsHb bondsH13
HU sisters got all of the t11 old ladys ladysTeal ladysyeal ladysreal
Teal estate and personal J > eroonal property so sothat sothat sothat
that young Pardee didnt even have to toreturn toretum toreturij
return to the east to get hold of his in inheritance inheritance inheritance ¬
heritance A lawyer law er came out to the thecoast thecoast thecoast
coast and the first thing the timekeeper timekeeperon
on my wine wln ranch knew anything about abouthis abouthis abouthis
his luck this lawyer plunked lunked Into his hishands hishatl hishands
hands hatl < 1S a certificate of deposit for an aneven n neven neven
even 2000000 in the bonds of the most mostsolvent mo mostsolvent t tsolvent
solvent country on the map mapI
I happened to be at the ranch at t the thetime thetime thetime
time and I felt rather sorry for the cub cubfor cubfor cubfor
for I knew that hed go to the devil at ata ata ata
a a lope When ben he had finished his first firsttalk firsttalk firsttalk
talk with his lawyer he strolled over overto overto overto
to my office and said to me meCap meU meCap
U Cap this is a a pretty good job Ive Ivegot Ivegot Ivegot
got here among your our vines I hate to togive togive togive
give It up But ut this dough theyve left leftme leetme leftme
me has made me me a bit too hefty to work workjust workjust workjust
just for the present and I wish youd youdgive youdgive oud oudghc
give me a vacation for 9 year or so sowith sowith sowith
with the understanding that I can have havethe havethe havethe
the job back when I need It ItOf itor ItOf
Of course I assented to his boyish boyishproposition boyishproposition boyishproposition
proposition I didnt make any attempt attemptto
to talk tothe to the young fellow about pru prudence prudence prUdeuce ¬
dence and carefulness and all l1 that sort sortof sorto sortof
of o thing for I was only onl about fifteen fifteenyears fifteenyears 1teen I
years older than he was had had a apretty apretty apretty
pretty fair sort of a fling myself when I Iwas Iwas 1 1was
was his hi age and knew perfectly well wellthat wellthat I
that an independent youngster with a amammoth amammoth I
mammoth bank roll suddenly sudden tossed at athim dthim t thim
him is going to let out whats in him himanyhow himanhow himanyhow
anyhow talk or no talk talkWell tallWell talkWell
Well the streak that this Pardee Pardeeboy Pardeeboy Pardeeboy
boy made in the atmosphere when he hequit hequit hequit
quit my grape ranch was a a caution to tolocusts t tlocusts tolocusts >
locusts I knew that he was due to toengage toengage
engage in some tall sprinting when he hegot hegot hegot
got hold of that money but he beat all allof allof
of my m calculations without half try trying trying trying ¬
ing
First he went to a San Francisco Franciscotrainer Franciscotrainer o otrainer
trainer of pugilists and took a three threemonths threemonths threemonths
months course of sprouts to get himself himselfback himselfback himselfback
back to the rugged physical shape he hehad hehad hehad
had been in at college At the end of ofthree ofthree ofthree
three months trim hard and fit as afiddle a afiddle afiddle
fiddle he dawned upon San Francisco Franciscothe Franciscothe
the population of which at that time timeincluded timeincluded timeincluded I
included a great many bright compan companionable companionable companionable ¬
ionable and wholly and frankly disrep disreputable disreputable disreputable ¬
utable people men and women most of ofthem atthem 01them
them from theAtlantic seaboard seaboardThis seaboardThis seaboardThis
This crowd sure had a noble thing thingof thingof thlniof
of it In young Pardee when he fell fellamong feUamong fellamong
among them not that the youngster youngsterwas
was by any an means a fool but simply simplybecause slniplybecause simplybecause
because he liked them and was willing willingto wiliintto
to show his liking for them It took tookabout tookabout toohabout
about a week to provide his h Iil entourage entouragewith entouragewith entouragewith
with ornamental orna ntal gear wherewith wh rew1th to be hedeck bedeck
deck themselves thus Implanting joy jo In Inthe il1the iiithe I
the bosoms of the swellest tailors mo modistes modistes modistes ¬
distes booters jewelers and haber haberdashers haberdashers haberdashers ¬
dashers in San Francisco FranciscoWhen FranciscoWhen FranciscoWhen
When they were all rigged out to tohis Lohis tohis
his satisfaction about 100 of them Par Pardee Pardee pardee
dee chartered a southern California Californiastage Californiastage Californiastage
stage line and took the bunch over the thesouthern thesouthern thesouthern
southern section of the state for about abouta
a month The commissariat consisted consistedof
of about a dozen coaches filled phiefly phieflyvvith hlefi hlefiwith hieflwith
with the damp stuff of the hising kind kindand kIndand kIndand
and one of the best of San Franciscos Franciscosbrass Franciscosbraas Franciscosbrass
brass bands was at the head of the thestagecoach thestagecoach thestagecoach
stagecoach procession processionThe proce processionThe sion sionThe
The sensation this nomadic gang of ofrevelers ofreyelers ofrevelers
revelers created throughout the coast coastcountry coastcountry coastCountry
country is still well remembered by byfolks byfolks b bfolks
folks who were grown up out there at atthe atthe I Ithe
the time They had different ways of ofconducting orconducting ofconducting
conducting themselves along the line of ofthe ofthe 01 01the
the trip In hiking through one town townfor tOW11tor townfor
for example all hands would dangle dangletheir dangletheir dangletheir
their legs out of the coach windows windowsbawl wlndo wlndobawl nindpivbawl
bawl carnival songs pave J > aye the streets streetswith streetswIth
with emptied bottles and whoop like a aparcel aparcel a aparcel L
parcel of ModocsThe Modocs ModocsThe ModocsThe
The very next town perhaps only on a adozen adozen a adozen
dozen miles away aYa would w ld get et an entire entirely entIrely entirely ¬
ly different sort of orde deal l Banners bear bearing b bearlug ar aring ¬
ing the legend an Francisco Sunday SundaySchool SUIldaySchool SuridaSchool
School Teachers Teac ors association would be bestrung bestrung b bstrung
strung out atthe at the sides slde of all the thecoaches thecoaches thecoaches
coaches and the mob with withth their lr hands handssedately hS11dssedatel hHndssedately
sedately sedatel clasped in their laps sitting sittingupright sittingupright sitt1n
upright and all apparently engaged engag d in inprofound Inprofound iiiprofound I
profound theological discourse would wouldenter wouldenter I Ienter
enter the town precincts with the de demurehess demur demuriness
murehess mur ne s of a crowd of Quakers on an anexcursion anexcursion I
excursion On several occasions occasl ns when whenthey whenthey wIserthey I II
they put up this deal In far southern southernCalifornia southernCalifornIa I ICalifornia
California towns the religious element elementinxited elementInvited elemeniiavlted
Invited the layout to churches and as asthere asthere S Sthere
there was as not a man or woman in the thecrowd thecrod thecrowd
crowd who hO had not been well educated educatedand educatedand I Ian
and an hadnqt had no not received at least a a start s rt on L
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EITHER ViEWHS M MCLOTHES MCLOTHES MCLOTHES
CLOTHES WILL STAND THE THEINSPECTION THEINSPECTION THEINSPECTION
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fjMade fJf Made just as good inside insidea insideathey as asthey
they look lo k on the outside ou tsideMade tsideMadeto Made Madeto
to Wear made to fit and made madeto madto
to measure m asure All the way wa y through throughtheyre tIv throughtheyre gp gpher
theyre her r good Through Thr gq au alP l the theway l lvay v vway <
way vay tbey theyll II wear good 1 > 1 X5 X5and i 5 I
and up upJCHARDSON upI upI
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the right path they th Y carried ttte e thing 1hin 1hinthrough
through with distinction behaved per perfectly perfectly perfeetly ¬
fectly and added add d a lot to the moral moraltoneofV moralt9 moraltofl
toneofV t9 tofl o Qf the UJ towns o wns they visited lslt d under underthe underthetrul1ood underthe
the thetrul1ood truly truIyood obd mask They were aidedin aidedIn aided aideIin
in this kind of o harmless deception by bythe bythe
the lack of telegraphs in southern Cali California ¬
I fornia at that period p crt d and they didnt didntreturn didntreturn didntreturn
return to San Francisco by b the same sameroad sameroad sameroad
road they took > on < In the th outwardbound outwardboundtour
tour tourUpon
Upon their return to San Francisco FranciscoPardee FrnnelscoPardee FranciscoPardee
Pardee and his queer outfit rested up
for about a week and all hands fresh freshened
ened themselves up for the new whizz whizzthe whizzthe whizzthe
the young spendthrift had on hand He Hechartered Hechartered Hechartered
chartered one of the Pacific Mall Mallsteamers 1Ial1steamers Mailsteamers
steamers temporariy out of use had hadher 11adher
her gorgeously fitted out for a yacht yachting acht achtIng ¬
ing cruise and started with his bunch bunchfor bunchtor
for a loaf of southern waters watersSan waterSan
San Franciscos finest string drches drchestra drcl1estra drcbeStra
tra went along with them and there therewas therewas
was virtually a flunky for each passen passenger pass n nger ¬
ger One of the men who went on this thiscruise thiscrui
cruise crui e who afterward settled down to toconventional toconventional t
conventional citizenship told me of the theroaring theroarIni
roaring time that all hands had on this thistrip
trip They went as far south as Cal Callao Callao Callao
lao Peru and took in all of the Mexi Mexican exl exlcan ¬
can Central and South American ports portson portson
on the way In some of the ports they
dismayed the American Am rican residents r ldents and andthe
the representatives of the United States Statesgovernment Slalesgovernment Statesgovernment
government by their riotousness Par Pardee Parde ParSdee
dee de and the men had innumerable innumerablescraps innumerablescraps innumerablescraps
scraps ashore with the natives nativesWhen nativesWhen nativesWhen
When they reached Valparaiso the thegang thegang
gang decided to adopt the trulygood trulygoodtack trulygoodtack
tack and they all marched in solemn solemnprocession so1emnprocession solemnprocession
procession to the cathedral Pardee Pardeelent Pardeelent Pardeelent
lent his orchestra to the cathedral choir choirmass ohairfor
for the rend renthrlng Ing of the music of the themass
mass and all of the swell people of the thetown thetown
town who were present were Impressed Impressedby
by b the piety of the distinguished Grin Gringroes Grlngoes
goes Before they left Valparaiso Par Pardee Pardee Pardee
dee gave the archbishop 10000 to be beexpended bef
f expended for the poor of the archepis archepiscopal archepiscopal
copal diocese They went to Callao Callaofrom Callaofrom
from Valparaiso and in Callao they theywere theywere
were on the tumultuous tack so that thatthere thatthere
there must have been some puzzled puzzledwest puzzledycst
west coast South Americans when whennotes whennotes
notes were qompared From Callao the theship theship theship
ship struck across the Pacific to Hono Honolulu Honolulu ¬
lulu which wasnt anytepid town it itself itself ¬
self In those days And they the made madethings madethings madethings
things rock all over the Hawaiian is islands islands ¬
lands for two months Then the death deathin
in a runaway runawa accident of > one one of the themen themen themen
men in the party threw a gloom over overthe oyerthe
the outfit and the steamer returned to toSan toSan toSan
San Francisco after having been out outfor outfor outfor
for more than six months monthsPardee monthsPardee monthsPardee
Pardee suddenly disappeared on the theday theday theday
day he reached San Francisco and the thenext thenext thenext
next I heard of him was that he was wasbetting wasbetting
betting oCI0OOO 10000 at a clip on the horses horsesin horsesin
in England I lost track of him alto altogether altogether ¬
gether then for more than a year yearI
I was sitting in my San Francisco Franciscooffice Franciscooffice
office one day when a dapper young tel fellow tellow ¬
low with a full black beard walked in inIt inIt I
It was Burt Pardee PardeeHello PardeeHeno
Hello there cub I said to him himWhen himThen himWhen
When Then did you get back backShip backShip I
Ship got In last night was his hischeerful hischeerful hischeerful
cheerful reply Worked my way round roundthe I
the cape on a collier from Liverpool LiverpoolBroke LiverpoolBroke
Broke BrokeNope BrokeNope BrokeNope I
Nope Got 9left 9l ft and he jingled jingledthe jingledthe
the silver in his trousers pocket grin grinning grinning grinning ¬
ning How about that job of mine mineIts mineIts mineIts
Its up there still I said but I Igave Igave
gave him the job of managing my San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco warehouse He hadnt been beenat beenat beenat
at work more than three months hap happy happyas happy ¬
py pyas as a a clam at high tide and never neverletting neverletting neverletting
letting out the first squeak over the theblowiwg theblowhTg theblowiag
blowiwg In of his fine roll when his hismother hismother hismother
mother and sisters whisked in one day dayfrom daytrom
from Philadelphia They carried him himback himback himback
back east with them and that was the thelast thelast thelast
last thaf tha California ever saw 0f f him to tomy tomy tomy
my knowledge although he wrote to tome tome tome
me for ten years or so Burt was a awarm awarm awarm
warm boy bo and a good thing with his hismoney hiRmoney hismoney
money at that but he wasnt any anywhimperer anywhimperer anywhimperer
whimperer whimpererHis
His turn having arrived the Texas Texasman Te Texasman as asman
man said saidThere saidThere saidThere
There was a boy down my m way wa who whowasnt whowasnt whouasnt
wasnt any whiner either after he hewent hewent hewent
went through t rough his million That was wasJerome wasJerome
Jerome Caton whose father Joel Ca Caton Caton Caton
ton owned one of the biggest cattle cattleranchesInthePanhandle cattlernu cattlerailches
ranchesInthePanhandle rnu railches heslnc In the thePaithandle PanhandlE > When Vh ntbe ntbeold the theold theold
old man died he left the boy bo who was washis washts washis
his only progeny the whole thing The Thekid Thekid Thekid
kid was only onl 20 years ears old at the time timethis timethis
this was as In isand and his health wasnt wasntvery wa wasntvery Tlt Tltvery
very goqd Some people put It into his hishead hishead hishead
head that his lungs were affected He Hewent Hewent H Hwent i
went to a Xew Orleans specialist to tofind tofind
find out about this The specialist ex examined exatnnedJerome exatnued ¬
amined atnnedJerome Jerome and pronounced him a agoner agoner agoner
goner gonerHow
How long have I got to live asked askedJerome askedJerome askedJerome
Jerome JeromeWell JeromeWell JeromeWll
Well you OU may last as long as three threeyears threeyeaTs threeyears
years 1C you take tal e care of ofyourseIt ofyourseItsaid yourself yourselfsaid yourselfsaid
said the doctor but youll OUU certainly certainlycash certainlycash certainlycash
cash in by that time any way you OU fix fixit fixit fi fiit
it
Will hey hc said Jerome erome Well Wellthen Wellthen Wellthen
then Im agoing to have three pretty prettywarm 1rettjwarm prettywarm
warm years you hear me atalking atalkingWhereupon atalkingWhereupon atalkingrWhereupon
Whereupon Jerome went at it itHe ItHe itHe
He spent the first onetihrd of his hismillion 111smUllon hismillion
million in cash exactly within the first firstyear firstear firstyear
year ear most of it in Paris At the end endof endoC endor
of that first year he felt pretty well welltoo welltoo welltoo
too He had broadened out and gained gainedflesh gainedflesh gainedflesh
flesh and sinew The second year he hespent
Spent spent the second third of his million millionwIthout millionwithout heL L j
without seeming to knock his health healthsos healU1sos I Ih
sos he h could notice 4t but this fact factdidnt 1actdidnt factdidnt
didnt hold him In InIm InIm inIm
Im feeling all right just now he hesaia besaid j jsaid
said but that doesnt change the dice diceany diceany diceany
any That lug sharp probably lrob bIY knew knewhis knewhis knewhis
his business and I reckon this coming comingyearll comingyearn r ryearli
yearn sure wind me up upThen upThen upThen
Then he started on a trip around the theworld theworld th thworld
world with half a dozen companions companionswhose companJ companionswhose ns nswhose
whose expenses he paid At the end of ofthe orthe otthe
the year ear he was back In Houston Houstonstronger Houstonstronger Houstonstronger
stronger than a bull moose and health healthier healthIer ¬
ier than a sheepfed wolf with just justin 50 50in O Oin t
in cash and a remarkably rcmark bb complete completewardrobe completewardrobe j
wardrobe wardrobeXever wardrobeNever wardrobeNever
Never heard of such a sell as this thissaid thissaid j jsaid
said young Caton cheerfully In de describing describing describing
scribing the thing to the superintend superintendent s P r1ntend r1ntendent ¬
ent of the Gulf Colorado railroad to towhom towhom tewhom
whom he applied ap Hed for a job as ystatioii ystatioiiagent istatlon istatlonagent station1 station1agent
agent on the line lineHe lineHe lineHe
He got the job worked at it for fornearly fornearl foinearly
nearly nearl > six years and then all of a sud sudden sudden sudden
den he collapsed and died of quick con consumption conumpt consumptn ¬
sumption umpt n for a fact factTalking factalklng factialking
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man fronj Idaho do doer docrweurn docrweurnconsumeuh er we eum eumconsunleuhu um
consume consunleuhu consunleuhuAnd consumeuhAnd uh uhAnd
And they went below belowBurnetts lelowBurnetts belowBuruetts
Burnetts Vanilla Extract Extracts j
is i s the beet I5t The grocers rocers know it In Inslst InsIft Insist
sIft on having Burnetts It Is for your yourfood youifood our ourrood
food Pure l urc and wholesome wholesomoWAITING whole wholesomeWAITING omr omrWAITING
WAITING FOR FOR RUSSIAN R S JAN SHIPS SHIPSLondon SHiPSLondon
London March C GThe The German Germansteamer Gennansteamer Germarsteamer L
steamer Numidia according to the cor correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent of the Dally DafJ Mail Iall at Hong Hongkong HongkonS Hongkong ¬
kong reports having sighted two Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese squadrons Squ adrons on Saturday saturd a 100 miles milessoutheast J Jsoutheast I Isoutheast
southeast of < If Hongkong The first firstsquadron 1 1squadron 1squadron
squadron comprising coinptisingnlne nine battleships battleshipsand battleshipsand
and cruisers was seen at 2 oclock In Inthe Inthe inthe f
the morning going gcin Ing at full fullspeed speed with all allights
out and the second squadron of i iL j 1 1thirteen
thirteen large warships was sighted tin 4i 4ithe in intbe L r rthe
the afternoon afternoonIT afternoonITALYS f fITALYS
ITALYS IT AL YS FAD FADHome FADRome FADTome
Home March 5 5Under Under the direction directionof
of the ministers minl tcrs of foreign affairs agri agriculture agriculture agriculture ¬
culture and the treasury treasur a supervisory supervisoryoffice supervisoryoffice supervisoryoffice
office has been formed for work con connected connected connected ¬
nected with the foundation ofan oC al1 In International internntionalIristituto Internationatinstitute ¬
ternational ternntionalIristituto institute of agriculture and I
a general nernl committee com ittee for the ar ¬
of the programme for the thenternational
conference conferenceSan conferenceSUICIDE conferenceI
SUICIDE SUICIDE I OF OF SE SEA CAPTAIN CAPTAINSan CAPTAINSan
San Francisco March 5 5Captaln Captain A AHobtrom Axv
W Hobtrom of the schooner Fortuna Fortunawhich FortunawhIch Fortunawhich
which is lying in the stream commit ¬
suicide In his cabin today by shoot shootIng 6hooting shootIng
Ing himself through the heart Hob ITohtrom ¬
had been despondent despond nt for some sometime sometime sometime
time He was 42 years old oldELECTION oldII oldELECTION
II IIELECTION
ELECTION IN GREECE GREECEAthens GREECEAthens GREECEAthens
j
Athens March 5 5The The elections to today today today ¬
day for or members of 0 the chamber of ofepuMp orp o C Cnpjisiilepbi
epuMp p tloSf t r sul UI ed w in lt npjisiilepbi npjisiilepbimaiorty31the ta considerable PJlSiJ1era c b b1j1Gnm8Ut
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Dc6annl J oaiictatea rai Tes werIelurncd
I KIWI tJRPATk1 TRYING 1B 1 1M TO TOB
M B AT m 8 ii ENEMY mrContinued ENEMYContinued
Continued from Pag 1 1Russians >
1 Russians still firmly cling The Jap JapI
I anese a possibly are pushing nprthward nprthwardat
at a t tangents with both flanks flanksRussians flanksRussians
I Russians Have Hope HopeA
A hopeful sign is the postponement postponementuntil
until u ntil tomorrow of the grand council councilof
of o f war which was to have met at Tsar TsarskoeSelo TsarskoeSelo
skoeSelo s today to IaJ This tends lend color to toreports toreports toeports
reports r that the general situation has hassomewhat hassomewh
somewhat s t improved Thecouncil Tl1c Tle council was wascalled wascalled wasalled
called c to discuss the retirement on Tie Tiepas TIepasp
pas p ass but the th action or the Japanese Japanesehas Japanesehas
has h as made a successful retreat r trcat far more moredifficult moreiIDcnlt
difficult d than that at Liao iab Yang where wherei
i but b ut one flank was as rolled back backA
A flood of dispatches came through throughtoday throughtoda
today toda t but they were mostly mostJ old re referring reterring
erring t to the fighting on the left flank flankand t1nnkand
and a nd General Lhievitchs losses which whichhave whichhavf1
have h ave been largely described describedOYAMAS describedOY
OYAMAS OY MAS REPORT REPORTJapanese REPORTapanese
Japanese J apanese Army Circulating Around AroundThe ArouldThe AroundThe
The Russian Flanks FlanksTokio Flanksloklo
Tokio March 5 52 2 p m mField Field Mar Marshal llarshal Marhal ¬
shal s hal Oyama Is continuing his great greatdrives greatdrives greatrlve
drives d rlve around both flanks of the Rus Russian Russian ¬
sian s ian army arm 1 His front is s now a huge
bow b ow the base on the Shakhe river the theright theright theight
right r arm reaching a a point east of
Fushun and the left arm extending to toa toa
a point west of Mukden He is stead
ily i Iy tightening tijht nlng the great cord of men menand TUCnand mennd
and a nd steel General Kuropatkin Is striv strivng ¬
Ins i ng desperately to check the Japanese Japaneseadvances c cadvances
advances a contesting the flank en encroachments encroachments
croachments c and hammering the theJapanese
Japanese J apanese center The Japanese are aremakiS
making heavy gainof gain of ground west of ofthe oft11e
the t he railway and have captured great greatquantities greatquantities
quantities q of stores and other spoils spoilsThere
There has already been bloody fight fighting fightIng fightng
ing i ng and heavy heav losses and this will be beincreased beIncreaed
increased I when the massesof masses of infantry infantrymeet inCan1rmeet
meet Field Marshal Oyama reporting reportingon
on o n March 4 says sa s sPressing
Pressing Russians Hard HardA
A few days da s ago our force in the theHsienchuang
Hsienchuang direction pressed the theenemy theenem
enemy enem e Into his position at Tita which whichIs hich hichis
Is I s fifteen miles southeast of Fushun Fushunand Fushunand
and a nd Manchuntun fifteen miles south of ofFushun
Fushun The engagement engagement continues In Inthe inthe inhe
the t he Shakhe direction directionThe directionThe directionThe
The night of March M rch 3 the enemy enemymode enem enemIT1ade enemyflade
mode i four determined attacks against againstour againstour againstur
our o ur positions at Housuntupotzu and andTangshiatun andTangshlatun
Tangshiatun All were entirely re repulsed repulged repulsed ¬
pulsed pulsedIn
In the district east of the railway
the t he enemys frequent small attacks attackswere attackswere
were all repulsed repulsedIn
In the district west of the railway railwayour
our o ur force is continuing fierce attacks attacksand attacksand
and has occupied the th districts of ofYuchen
Wuchenyinsr Yuchen ing five miles west of Shakhe Shakhevillage Shakhevillage Shakheillage
village v and I aishonpao > three miles milesnorthwest milesorthw
northwest J1orthw n et t of Wuchenying and Shuho Shuhopao Shuhopao I
pao the terminus of the new railway railwayconstructed railwa railwayconstructed r rconstructed
constructed by the Russians RussiansAdvancing RussiansAdvancing
Advancing Northward NorthwardThe NorthwardThe
The force on o ozi the th right of the Hun Hunriver Hunriver L
river r is dislodging the enemy north northeast
east of Siaopeho which is between the theHun theHun theHun
Hun and Liao rivers and has advanced advancednorth adancednorth L Lnorth
north This force carried the enemys enemysdefense enemysdefense i
defense line between
Chantan and I IShuaangtal
Shuaangtai and pursued the he enemy
fiercely fiercel > The line now Is between Wo Wochiaho i
chiaho fifteen mile3 mile southwest of Muk Mukden Mukden
den and Taitse thirteen miles west of ofMukden ofl1ukden olMukden
Mukden and Lamuho four miles north northor L
of Taitse TaitseDuring TaUseDuring TaitseDuring
During a previous engagement the theenemys theenfms theenemys
enemys casualties were heavy The Thespoils Thespoils I Ispoils
spoils we captured were great No Notime Noime I IHnle
time t to Investigate te We Ye captured large S Squantities
quantities quanti tier of provisions at Waiichang Waiichangpao anchang anchangpao I
pao and captured a clothing depot at atTahantai atTahantai atTahantni
Tahantai
Kuropatkins Army ArmyEstimates ArmyEstirnatee
Estimates of General Kuropatklns
force get Ectween ween Shakhe and Tie Pass Passprepared Passprepared
prepared here give a total of slightly slightlymore slightlymore slightlymore
more than 400000 composed of 335000 500C 500Cnfantry
infantry i 33000 cavalry ana an 35000 ar artillery artillery artillery ¬
tillery with 1504 guns This estimate estimatedoes estimatedoes
does not include troops at Vladivostok Vladivostokand
and other garrisons railway guards guardsand guardsand guardsand
and other employes emplo es The grand total totaleast totalcast I Ieast
east of Lake Baikal BaikalT te estimated at atiOO000
700000 men menDELAYED menDELAYED menDELAYED >
DELAYED DISPATCHES DISPATCHES DISPATCHESYo DISPATChESBursting
kT Yo YoBursting c
Bursting of ShrapnerCouldbefPIain ShrapnerCouldbefPIainly Shra ShrapnciCouIdieP1ajnly netCould 1j lPl in inIy
ly Seen From MuKdem MuKdemMukden M MukdenIukden ukden ukdenIul
Mukden Iul n March 3 3belayed < Delayed elayed In trans transmssldri transm tranxnssIdnTbe
mssldri m xnssIdnTbe sl nThe The fighting at PoutilifC hill hilland h1lland hiland
and on the center centerclOsed closed at dark d rk on I
Thui Thuieday day when it was va confined chiefly r Ir
to the west where the Japanese T panese are oc occupying occUPJing occupying ¬
cupying Sinmintin SlnmlntinTtO Two companies companiesalso S Salso
also dashed up the he Mukden kden road from S
Sifangtai without being arrested arrestedthough arrestedthough arrestedthough I
though the Cossacks had been in touch touchwith touchwith S Swith
with the Japanese advanced posts for fortwo fortW foitwc
two tW days daysOn daysOn daysOn
On March 2 several divisions gave go e S
battle west of Mukden from which whichcity whIchcity I Icity
city the bursting of shrapnel could couldplainly couldpJalny eoulcplainly
plainly be seen Mukden which was wasthrown wasthron wa wathrown
thrown into confusion recovered today todaywhen todaywhen todalsvheit
when it became knownthat known that the Japan Japanese Japanese ¬
ese had been reputeed reputeedThe repuedThe repulnedThe
The prisoners captured show that the theimperial theimperial th
imperial guards division formerly of ofGeneral ofGeneral 01 E EGeneral
General Kurokls army with a few fewother fewot tenother
other ot er troops made the two attacks of ofthe otthe 01 f fthe
the last sixty Ixt hours on the Russian Russiancenter Russiancenter Russiascenter
center which have already alread been re reported reportad reportod ¬
ported and kept up a furious demon demonstration demonstraUon demonstration
stration while the Japanese flanks flankspushed tlankpushed Ianl s spushed
pushed back the tl1 Russian right and left leftflanks leftfianks let t tflxuiks
flanks flanksThe flxuiksThe
The Russian casualties on March 1 1and 1and I Iand
and 2 are ar reported to have been 100 in intho inthQ is I Ithe
the renter whllt the Japanese Japanesevare vare are be believed belI believeeli ¬
lieved lI ved to have lost more than 1000 In Information Information ¬
formation obtained indicates that only onlythree onlytl1ree 01113threes r
three divisions of o the Japanese army armyare arm3are rmyare
are engaged ngn ed and it is Jsbelfeved believed that a aformidable aformidable L Lformidable
formidable foroe of Japanese is on the theway UteW1y tinway
way to Tie Pass PassRussian PassRussian
Russian communication with China is isuninterrupted isnlnterrupted r runinterrupted C I
uninterrupted The Th Russian positions positionsin
in the center are unchanged unchangedNEWS unchangedNEWS unchangedNEWS
NEWS FROM TOKIO TOKOGist TOKIOGiat I Ianese
Gist of Dispatch s Received by Jap Japanese Japaneec
anese Legation LegationWashington LegationWa9hington
Washington March 5 GThe The Japanese Japaneselegation JapaneseIcsation Japaneslegation S
legation has received the following dis dispatch dispatch dispatch ¬
patch from Tokio dated March 5 giving givinga gIvin gIvina
a a summary of recent war operations operationsIn
In the th direction of f Hingking our de detachment detachment ¬
tachment some days ago drove the theenemy theenomy theC S
enemy back to his positions fifteen fifteenmiles nfteenmiles fifteermIles C
miles southeast of Fushun and an en engagement engagement engugement ¬
gagement Is now progressing progressingIn
In the direction of Shakhe the theenemys theaHm therepeated S
enemys aHm repeated attacks on the night nightof t tof
of the 3d k1 of March were all repulsed repulsedIn
In the district west of the railway rnihvD our ourtroops ourtroops onitroops 1
troops continue to make fierce attacks attacksand attacksand attackeand
and are now in occupation of the dis district dIstrllt di ditriet ¬
trict extending from Wauchenying
five miles west of Shahopu and nd Sufupu Sufupueighty Sufupueighty Sufupueighty
eighty miles northwest of Waucheny ¬
ing On the right bank of the Hun Hunour Hunour Hut 1
our troops alter having successfully r 1r
driven the enemy proceeded north northward northward northward ¬
ward and broke the enemys line of de defense defense dctense ¬
fense extending from from Chantan to toSugangtai toSuangtal te teSuangtai
Sugangtai where continuing the hot hotpursuit hotpunmit ho t tpursuit
pursuit already begun reached the line lineextending linecxtending lineextending
extending from Wotzupu V otzUP1l fifteen miles milesSouthwest milessouthwest S Slouthwest
Southwest of Mukden to Talzupu thir thirteen thirteen thirteen ¬
teen mile west esv of Mukden and andLamupo an I ILamupo
Lamupo three miles north of Tatzupu TatzupuThe TatzupuThe TatzupuThe
The onemys casualties and the booty bootyrecovered bootyrecovered boot r rrecovered
recovered from them In the last few fewdays f fe w wdays
days were considerable but not yet yetascertainable yetRscertainable ye t tascertainable
ascertainable The enemys cnem s storehouse storehousefor storebousfor
for clothing at Tshatan was also cap ¬
tured I
BATTLE AT CHANTAN CHANTANRear CHANTANRear 8ANTANRca
Rear Rca Guard Gu r Action Actio A1 as the Russians RUSSia S SFell j jrulcdfin
Fell Sa BaOk BaOkMjzicdeniitrarch ke I IarwtdenMarch
arwtdenMarch rulcdfin March S MDeIayedin tDeIay D laycdJn1ran6 laycdJn1ran6mi dintraus dintrausniinslonThe transJ 11
miraion mi niinslonThe ion Ehe beginning of the wflfh
I drawal d dM of the Russian rIght flank on onMarch onarch
dt March M arch 1 1 precipitated a battle at Chan Chantan Chantan Chanan
tan t an west of Sandepas when the right rightflank rightflank rightlank
flank f ft was wa > ordered orl ed to fall back fighting fightingto
to fi t o Taotaitzu near Xaioran On March MarchS Marchthe Marchthe l
S i the Russians captured some machine machineguns machineguns machineuns
guns g uns and took a number of prisoners prisonersof
of o f General Nogis Port Arthur army armyThe ann annThe armyhe
The T he Russians lost extensively although althoughthey althoughthey althoughthey
they destroyed an entire Japanese Japaneseregiment Japaneseregiment Japaneseegiment
regiment r before Chantan with shrapnel shrapneland shrapneland shrapnelnd
ra
and a nd burned alt the forage in the vil villages villages viiages ¬
lages l ages north of the Hun river riverThe rherThe riverThe
The Japanese attacked Chantan Chantanfrom Chantanfrom Chantanrom
from f fa rom Sandepas simultaneously with an anastounding anstounding
astounding a advance from Lilaoyang Lilaoyangthe 1
the t he impression being that the Sinmintin Sinmintinrailway SinminUnrailway Sinmintinrailway
railway was beipg employed by them themas themas thems
as a s a line of communication communicationThe
The combatants confront each other othernow othernow otherow
now n ow for a distance of six and a half halfmiles haltmUes halfmiles
miles west the Japanese it is believed ishellevedhaving believedhaving believedaving
having h three divisions and the most mosttheatrical mosttheatrical mosttheatrical
theatrical and bold event of the war is isimminent isImminent ismminent
imminent I The Russians Russi n consider the theSituation thedltuaUoll theituation
Situation et as very cry favorable to them on onaccount onaccount onccount
account a of the great extension of the theJapanese theJapanese theapanese
Japanese J apanese line lineThere lineThere lineThere
There is the greatest activity at Muk Mukden Mukden Muken ¬
den d en All the streets and outlying roads roadsare roadsare roadsre
are a re crowded with transports of the thearmy thearm thermy
army arm a which has been assembled to tooppose tooppose toppose
oppose o General Nogi The events of ofthe otthe ofhe
te the t he last three days have electrified the theentire theen thentire
entire en e tire army armyLONDON armyLONDON armyLONDON
J
LONDON OPINION OPINIONGenerally OPINIONenerally I IGenerally
Generally G Believed Kuropatkin is in a aTight aTight aTight
Tight Place PlaceLondon PlaceLondon PlaceLondon
London March I rch 6 6The The intensely dra dramatic dramatlc dramatte ¬
matte situation sllu tlol1 in Manchuria developed developedy
by b y General Nogis rapid advance and its itsstrategic itsstrategic Itstrategic
strategic s possibilities have raised excite excitement excitement excitemeat ¬
ment In Europe to the hizhest pitch pitchEnglish pitchEnglls pitchEnglis1
English pagprs for a long time have prac practically practically pracically ¬
tically t leased to receive war specials and andn
Jn i n this respect r spect arc lacking la < kin much Infor Information InfoJmation Information ¬
mation that Is available in Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress AssociatedPress
Press dispatches It Is believed here that thatGeneral thatGeneral thatGeneral
General KuroDatkin is In a very Cr tight tiehtplace tightplace tightlace
place p lace and the chances of his extricating
his h is army are keenly discussed The aban abandonnient abandon abanonpient
donnient don d onpient cnt of Mukden is considered to be beInevitable benevitable
Inevitable I i tho only question being whether wheth whether ¬
er o r he will be able to effect a retreat to toTlo toTie toflo
Tie pass An immediate repulse of Gen General General Genral ¬
eral o j ral Yogis array arm It Is held might save savethe saVethc savehe
the t he situation but b t failinc fal1in that General GeneralKuropatkin GencralKuropatkin GeneralRuropatkin
Kuropatkin will have committed to him himthe himthe himhe
the t he dangerous dan ous and difficult task of retir reUrin retirng ¬
ing in i ng northward harrasscd by bytlankink flankink at attacks attacks atacks ¬
tacks t bv the Japanese army arm Whatever Whatevermay Whateverma Whatevermay
i may ma be the result it is felt that peace Is Isappreciably Isnppreciably isppreciably
appreciably a nearer Accordin to the theDally theDan theDaily
j Dally Dan Telegraphs Antwerp correspondent correspondentthe
j the t he Russian official uurchaslns agent agentUiere agenttJtere agentierc
Uiere t ierc has received orders to cease buying bu buyingor lng lngor
fn for f or zovernmcnt account This Thl is a sig significant significant ¬
nificant n statement if true as s Antwerp Antwerpthroughout Antwerpthroughout Antwerphroughout
throughout t the war has been the prin principal prlncJpalcenter prIflipal ¬
cipal cJpalcenter c center of Russian aurchases Urcha es for forcarrying forcarring forarrying
carrying c on the conflict in the far cast CIlStTOKjo castTOKIO J JI
I TOKla ADVICES ADVICESCommander j jCommander
Commander C ofSecond of Second Manchurian ManchurianArmy ManchurianArmy ManchurianArmy
Army Wounded WoundedLondon WoundedLondon WoundedLondon
London March 6 5The The Dailr Dan Tele Telegraphs Teltgraphs Teleraphs > ¬
j graphs g raphs correspondent at Tokio states statesthat statsthat ststshat
i that tk t the Japanese Colonel Himmlda was wasilled j
J killed k at the capture of Seikajo and that thatGeneral thatGeneral
General Klober commander of the sec second selond seend ¬
ond o nd Manchurian army arm was wounded and andsent andsent andent I
sent s ent to the hospital at Mukden MukdenThe MukdenThe IukdnThe
The same correspondent reports that the theRussian thlRussian theRussian
Russian authorities have requested the themilitary themilltarl themilitary
3 military attaches to withdraw from fromVladivostok fromYladiv fromVladivostok
Vladivostok VladivostokThe Yladiv stok stokThe
The correspondent adds that 10000 Rus Russian Ru Rusian Rusian ¬
sian s ian troops are re reported to be at Laoplon Laoplontwentyfive Laoplontwentyflvc Laopionwentyfive
twentyfive t miles south of Sinmintin and andthat andthat andhat
that t General Mistehonko has had a dis disagreement disagreement dirgreement ¬
agreement a with General Kuropatkin ar3 ar3is anis
j
is I s returning to Russia RussiaThe nussiaTh RussiaThe
The Th correspondent at St Petersburg of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Times says saysRussian saysRussian
Russian war ar correspondents corres = ondenh express expressthe exptMSth I
1 the th t he createst wonder at the irresistible irresistibleand
and > frenzied rushes r ihes of the Japanese in infantry inmantry I
fantry Russian critics are surprised at atthe athe
1 the t he boldness and skill of Japanese stiat stiategy ctl t tegr tegy I
egy of tIming tlmln the onslaught onslfu ht when the thewinter thewJntor thewinter
winter has ended but the rivers are still stillicebound stillcebound
j icebound ice i ound I
ARTILLERY ARTI LLERY DUEL DUELRussians DU bUELRussians EL
I IRussians
I Russians Replying Vigorously to toJapanese toJapanese toJapanese
Japanese Fire FireMukden FireIIukden FireMukden
Mukden March 5 5XoonAn Noon An artil artillery artiller artlllery ¬
lery ler duel has been raging since morn mornIng morning mornIng
Ing to the westward of Mukden and andI andthe andthe
I the Japanese shells are exploding with within within withIn ¬
in three miles of the imperial tombs tombsThe tombsThe tombsThe
The line of the Japanese advance advanceguards advanceguards advanceiguards
guards extended about seven miles milesparallel milesparallel milesparallel
parallel with the railway railwayScattered railwayScattered railwayScattered
Scattered Chinese villages which are arepractically arepractically arepractically
practically the only shelters in this thisopen thisopon thisopen
open plain are receiving particular at attention attention ¬
tention of the gunners gunnersThroughout gunnersThroughout gunnersThroughout
Throughout the tlig tIiilay ciay the Russian bat batteries batteries batteries ¬
teries replied vigorously to the Japan Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
ese fire and the exchange of shrapnel shrapnelhas shrapnelIms shrapnelhas
has been beel terrific The whole of the thefire thefire thefIre
fire zone is obscured by dense white whitesmoke whitesmoke whitesmoke
smoke from exploding missiles missilesBattle mi missilesBattle sne sneBattle
Battle Around Mukden MukdenMukden Mukdenrukden MukdenMukden
Mukden March 4 7 a m mDelaecl mDelaeclin Delayed Delayedin
in transmission transmissionThe The battle around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the Mukden position against General GeneralNogls GeneralNogls GeneralNogts
Nogls trQops was resumed this after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon The Russian artillery fire was wasmuch wasmuch wasmuch
much heavier than on Friday FridayUp FridayUp FridayUp
Up to Friday FrIda evening the positions positionson
on the Shakhe river remained un1 un1changed un unchanged uschanged
changed The Japanese everywhere everywheresustained eerywheresustained everywheresustained
sustained severe losses Their thir thirteenth thirteenth thirteenth ¬
teenth charge against Kaotou pass was wasbeaten wasbeaten wasbeaten
beaten off at 8 oclock Friday rocrn rocrning n1iCrning nicrning
ing In the storming of Sandepas they theyadvanced theyadvat theyadvanced
advanced advat ced to the wire entanglements entanglementswhere entanglementswberc entanglementswhere
where they were checked and thrown thrownback thrownback thrownback
back Their tenth tenth charge at Kandali Kandalican Kanda1ican Kandalican
can on the Russian left wing was wasbeaten wasbeaten wasbeaten
beaten back at 4 oclock this his morning morningTwo morningTwo morningTwo
Two Infantry I Charges ChargesWith ChargesWith ChargesWiih
With Russian Army Arm Headquarters HeadquartersHuan HeadquartersHuan HeadquartersHuan
Huan Mountain March 3 3Dela 3Welayed Delayed ed in intransmission intransmlsslonAt intransmissionAt
transmission transmlsslonAt At nightfall yesterday
Thursday flashes flash s in the sky disclosed disclosedthat disclosedthat disclosedthat
that a bombardment was In progress progre progressalong 5 5along i ialong
along the eastern mountain position positionAt
At S oclock Thursday evening a can cannonading cannonading cannonading
nonading was renewed In the center centercontinuing cfntercontinuing centercontinuing
continuing with vigor Igor until the middle middleof middleof
of the afternoon today at which time timeIt timeit timeit
It had almost completely cornpl tely subsided subsidedThe subsidedThe subsidedThe
The Japanese made two infantry infantrycharges infantrycharges infantrycharges
charges against Poutiloff hill the night nightof nightot nightof
of March 2 The Russians report that thatboth thatboth
both attacks were repulsed repulsedCompletely repulsedCompletely repulsedCompletely
Completely Exhausted ExhaustedMukden Exhaustedllukden ExhaustedMukden
Mukden March 4 4Delajed Delayed in trans transmission transmlssionRefugees transmissionRefugees ¬
mission mlssionRefugees Refugees are arriving here herefrom herefrom herefrom
from Sinmintin and the region north northof northof northof
of the Hun river riverAt rIverAt riverAt
At the th close of yesterdays battle on onthe onthe onthe
the west front the Japanese who were weretaken weretaken weretaken
taken prisoners were unable to walk walkor walko
or o remain rema nawake awake on account of ex exhaustion exhaustion exhaustion ¬
haustion and lay like dead under the theguard theguard theguard
guard This incident shows the tre tremendous tremendous tremendous ¬
mendous effort back of General Nogis Nogisadvance Nogisadvance Nogisadvance
advance advanceOccasional advanceOcca advanceOccasional
Occasional Occa ional discharges of artillery are areheard areheard archeard
heard to the southwest southw t this morning morningand morningand morningand
and It is reported that the Japanese Japanesehave Japanesehae Japaneseisave
have fallen back from the position they theyheld theyheld theyheld
held when the battle b ttle was fought on onMarch3 onMarch onMaich3
March3 March The he Japanese continue their theirdemonstration theirdemonstration theirdernonstrationalong
demonstration dernonstrationalong along the front frontEscape frontEscape frontEscape
Escape of Russian Censor CensorNew CensorNew CensorNew
New Chuang March 5 5Yia Via Tien TienTsin TienTslnlL TienTsInM
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