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i T THE HE SALT LAKE A l KE HERALD I I I > LAST HE HEI EDITION EDITIONi EDITIONfJ1
U IT N THE fJ1 m i WEATHER Probably showers FOR OR 8ALT1 SALTLA SALTLAProbablr cooler coolert IAKE IAKEProbably
1 1f t Silver 62c par ouncei ounceCopper ounce ounceEstablished
f I Copper casting 15 15C per pound poundEstabHshedJuue poundI
c i Lead in ore 350 New York U6
I I Established EstabHshedJuue June 6 61870 1870 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY DNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 13190 1905 Price Five Cents
HIGH HIGHFINANGIERING FINANC FINANCIERING BY THE THELegislative THENEW THENEW
NEW YORK LIFE COMPANY COMPANYlegislative COMPANYLegislative
Legislative Investigation Brings Out ut Several Sen Sensational Sensational Sensational ¬
sational Disclosures DisclosuresTreasurer DisclosuresTreasllrer DisclosuresTreasurer
Treasurer Randolph Pinned Down to Direct Answers Forced Forcedto
to Make Damaging Admissions AdmissionsMisleading AdmissionsMisleadingStatement Misleading i iStatement
Statement Handed In InA
A
RI JEW EW YORK Sept 12S 12SeUtng Umg 800100 800100In OtOOI W X Xu
NEW I u in bonds boiid one day da and buying them themback th themback m mbaek
back the next except one a holiday holidayintervening holidayintervening hofldKyIntervening
intervening in order to keep within withinstatements wtt tthIn tthIntatemonts ln lntatement
statements made de in the New York Life LifeInsurance LI LIIn9urance LifeInsurKnc
Insurance companys report to the su superintendent auperlntendent iuierintendent ¬
perintendent of insurance was wa the U1 sen sensational 1MftsaUoMl senbattonJ ¬
sational disclosure made today at the thesession theleeion
session 18 Slon of the legislative legii latlve insurance in investigating invoetltug n nvosUpUng ¬
vestigating committee The fact was wasdrawn walidrown wethwn
drawn from from Edmund D Randolph treas treasurer treasurer tre treUrer ¬
urer of the New York Life late in the theday thed thedy
day d after Attorney Charles E Hughes of ofcounsel ofcOUftliel ofeounie1
counsel to the committee had labored for formore tormore formore
more than an hour to get a direct an answer answer au aubwer ¬
swer from Mr Ir Randolph to a direct directquestion directqueatlon directquestion
question questionThe queatlonThe questionThe
The inquiry had dragged draCK through a mass massending maUof maeof
of finre flgtires during almo almost t the entire day daybut daybut
but ft t was not until near the hour for torending forcndjn
ending cndjn the session ton that the sensational sensationalfeature sensationalfeature en aUonai aUonaitootur
feature was aa brought brou < < ht out outMisleading outMisleading outMisleading
Misleading Statement StatementEarlier statementEarlier StatementEarlier
Earlier in the day Mr Randolph had hadhanded hadhanded hailhanded
handed Mr Hughes a schedule of syndl syndlthe ayndlate syndiLate
Late ate underwrltlnn and tran transactions acUona ot otthe ofthe
the New York Life for the last la > > t ten yearThis yea yeaThla year yarLT1is
This statement was to show and a foot footnote foot1ote footuOte
note to the schedule so stated that the thetut Uteompany theI
I ompany had participated In no sxndl sxndllte sModiI
I lte transactions that hall been clOl closed closedut ed ed4lIt
4lIt ut with a loss Among these syndicate syndicateransactions syndicateIIiUl syndicateiansaction
tut IIiUl ransactions actiOrUI was the underwriting of the theNavigation thejavlpUon theavIgatIon
Navigation syndicate or international internationalmercantile Internationalmercantile internationalmercantile
mercantile marine marineMr marineMr
4 Mr 1r Hughes drew from the witness witnessthat wltneuthat witnessthat
that there was an aggregate of U03800iJthe 409ftXW 409ftXWthe 4OOOUx
x the New York Life paid J P Morgan Morganto MorganI0
to 0 on this joint account Mr Hughesthen Hughes Hughesthen Hugh Hughthen
then took up a sales alel item dated Dec 31 31lO3
1103 of 1800000 COOOO 000 of International Mercantile MercantileMarine lIereanUleIarlne MercantileVI
VI Marine stock 11lr Mr Randolph replying to toMr toIr
1 Mr Ir Hughes swld aI41 Id this sale was made to toof toV
V 01 P Morgan Co and that a purchase pllrohueot
of 500000 was wa made on Jan 2 lOOt from fromJ
J J P Morgan Co CoAn CoAn CoAn
An Admission Forced ForcedAfter ForcedArter ForcedI
I After failing for some time to get t a adirect aHreet atflreet
direct answer Mr Hughes Hugh finally askeddr asked askedMr askedMr
Mr dr Randolph RandolphAs
As a matter of fact there was IUI a report reportto
I to the superintendent of insurance on onDec onDel onDet
Dec SI SiThen 1MB 1MBYes ItilYea
Yes YesThen YeaThen
Then the sole 101 purpose of o the trans transaction trtl traisaction s sadlon ¬
action was that you might be able to tell tellthe tellh tellthe
the h superintendent au nteqdent of insjirance you Y u had hadonly 11tHlf 111only
only 5a2eo00a > > of International Mercantile MercantileMarine Mercntnelarine MercantileMarine
f Marine shares sharesWitness lihareaWltneu sharesVItnesui
Witness hesitated and tried to evade evadeu
u t direct answer but Mr Hughes repeated repeatedihe
I 1 the question until finally Mr Randolph RandolphMaid Randolphsaid Randolphsaid
said MaidYes
Yes YesThere YesThere YezThere
There was a momentary hush followed followedby followedb
by b a murmur of suppressed uppr Hd excitement excitementLoss excitementLoss excitementLoss
Loss of 80000 Shown ShownFollowing ShownJoollowtnc Shownj
j Following the navigation syndicatetransaction syndicate syndteatetnuiMCtiofi synllestetransAIctI
transaction transAIctI I Hr U Hughes JIucn referred t tA ti > > an ani annel anReug
Reug lite i schedule of syndicate traIls trfuisIer tMUUiIc traIls4et1
nel 4et1 c under < Ier th the date of Dec 8ft I 1M 1Mby li1Hhy 19041y
by wnkh W w1i JMMM M of bonds were sold > > old to J Jp JP
1 p > Morgan A Co of London for J720WO J720WOMr 12DtoOIr 7O0Mr
Mr Ir Randolph admitted that this tht was an annutrient ant1utricht antUtEiht
nutrient sade de and the toss of 80000 000 was washanged washli washraed
> hanged hli ed edt ut to the profit and lose los l llount ae aeiount neiount
iount Mr Hughes Hu he left th the point and andtook andtWk andioK
took ioK up I an association known as NyUc NyUcwtttt NJ NJwith J J1t1t
wtttt tfce t New York Life Insurance Insuraneegot H Hgot I Igot
got from fro tne witness the admission that thaton thatoft I IUI1
on April 11 1904 a sale of o 350000 0000 stock stockin
in 1 Nylic was made madeThe madeTh madeyhe
The Th usefulness U > > etulne s of the New York Se Security Seurlty Seurity ¬
curity t Trust Tru t company to the New Newi NewXurk
Y Xurk i lIrk > rk Lite came out when it was testified
SAWTHE SAW THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL WALLCandidates WALLCandidates WALLCandidates
Candidates on the Philadelphia Republican Ticket Have With Withdrawn Withdrawn Withdrawn ¬
drawn Their Names Before the Voters Got a aChance aChance aI aChance
Chance at Them
1
r i HIIoADBJLiPHJA Sept 11 lChall lChallman 12Chairr Chair Chairman ¬
r P man Miles of the Republican city citycommittee clt cltcommJttee citycommittee I
committee today tod received letters lettersfrom lettersfrom lettersfrom
from the Republican organisation can candidates candidate candilates ¬
dilates for the county offices to be bevoted bevoted bevoted
voted for at the Nuvember electionwithdrawing election electionwithdrawing electionw1thdraln
withdrawing from the ticket The can candidate eandldntetl randilates ¬
dilates who withdrew are Harry C CRansley CRansley I IRansle
Ransley candidate for sheriff John B BLukons BLUkoftli BLukons
Lukons candidate for coroner Hugh HughBlack H hughBlack h hBlack
Black and Jacob Wlldemore candidate candidatefor candldatfor candidatesfor
for county commissioners commissionersA commissionersspecial
A special meeting of th the Republican Republicaniounty RepubUeanounty Republicantounty
iounty campaign commuter will b bheld be beheld beheld
held to fill the vacancies caused cau ed by b the thewithdrawals thewlthdrawah thewithdrawals
withdrawals Ransley is president presldf > nt of ofthe orthe ofthe
the select council and is one of the 10 local 10tal 10taI ¬
cal Republican leaders Lukens Black Blackand Blaekand Blackand
and Wildeinore are ward wiri leaders and
HUNDREDS GATHERED TOBIO TOBIOFAREWELL TO 10810FAREWELLTO BID BIDFAREWELL
FAREWELL FAREWELLTO TO RUSSIAN ENVOY
New Torte S SetK t m IThe Th Russian com comml6 co comiNI comamthal
ml6 miNI l nesm rs vclw w wh axccMsfully full concluded atreaty a atreaty atrty
treaty of PM place ae with wt the envoys of Ja Japan Japan Japan ¬
pan at Portsmouth N H started on onth onthe sithe
th the return to St Petersburg today Th Thparty The Theparty he heparty
party headed by Sergius Witte sailed sailedtm I
tm In the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II at
3 oclock this afternoon afternoonBefore afternoonBetore afternoonBefore
Before leaving the city clt M l Witte and andBaron andBalo andBazOa
Baron Rosen made a farewell call upon uponthe upontht uponthe
the Japanese diplomats who expect to toleave toleave toleave
leave for home later in the week weekBaron w weekBaron 1L 1LBaron
Baron Komura was unable to see the theRussians theRUSiltan8 theRussikfl
Russians because of his illness but butthrough butthrou butthrough
through throu hMlnllJter Minister Takahira he sent tlte tltea them thema
a cordial message of f farewell Mr MrTakahira Mr1altalairK tr trTakahira
Takahira and other members of the Jap Japanese Japaness Japane ¬
anese ane e party entertained the Russians for forhalf forhalt forhalf
half an hour In addition to M Wttte Wtttethe Wittethe Wfttethe
the part ty sailing on the Kaiser Wil Wilhelm Wilhelm VUhelm ¬
helm n included Gregory Wllekin finan financial finandal fiun1al ¬
cial 1al agent of the Russian government U Uthe to tothe tothe >
the United Unlt States Stat Before leaving the thehotel thebotoI thebotel
hotel M Witte shook hands with witJtot some someof sosseof
of the hotel attaches with whom he had hadbean hadbeap hadbeen
bean brought into contact contactA I IA
A big crowd had gathered at the doek dockof doekof I Iof
of the Kaiser K l er Wilhelm lIhelm in order to to2il IN seeM I IVltte
2il Witte and there was much cheerjug cheer cheering cheerjn ¬
jug jn and hiindcJapping MS he went we t up upthe u uthe upthe
the gangplank to which hleh he bowed ac acknowledgments acnow1odgmeftt ¬ I
knowledgments H Us it received the new newuaper newspaper
paper men cordially in his rooms mn on onboard onboard om omboard I
board the steamer and through Baron BaronRosen BarouRoen BaaonRosen
Rosen made a statement to those wh whmbe whm whqmhe m mhe
he had met thanking them and saying sayingthat sayingthat IDE IDEthat
that never IP I his life before had it been beenso bNnso bnso
so forcibly impressed upon him that the theHe thltpen thepen
is s mightier than the wortj wortjHe Ord OrdHe
pen He then shook hands with ail of them themand themand theutand
and said ld goodbye goodbyeProminent aoodhYeProminent goodbyeProminent
Prominent Irishmen There ThereShortly ThereShortly ThereShortly
Shortly before the ship sailed Major MajorLynch l1 MajorL r I
L Lynch of th tbe United Societies of New NewYork NewYork NewI
I York YorkWitte and forty membtra ot Ute Irish Irishlub Irhihdub
dub lub ot ° New York were reeeived by Iilr IilrWitte Ir IrWitte
Witte Baoh oh member nMm r of the th Irish club oiubsian olubpresented clubpresented
presented to the pta peace envoyS tiny IbuI IbuIIan iiu iiulan
sian Ian American and Irish flar t1a Mr MrI MajorLynch r rLynch
I Lynch vnch said to t M Witte WltteWe WitteWe Hte HteWe
We take tHi this opportunity of thanking thankingi thanklnt
country which has ha be been n a friend of our ouradopted ournjted ouradonted
adopted t country i IB time of nerd nerdWnan ntMIwmm ueedWion
Wnan tfc UUJbule buBla yuud Julld1 sound for all visitors visitorsto
to ashore M M t Witt vitt and silt I Baron R Run Runembraaod flmutnembraced n nembracad
embraced co and tpdkilot n8 Wiw ldftwt < a < I tuih t at < tlh h other gyoii gyoiity g4JUtlbl giut giutbye
ships drew dn out into the
bye ty bl As the t1eshiv shw
that tha while the Insurance company was wsito wasuo
ito 1101 taking takln collateral loans It made a apractice 8Jradlce araetice
practice of 0 of lending its money to the trust trustcompany tlusti
i i company which made the collateral loans loansTrust loaMI loanSTrust
I Trust Company Deposits DepositsMr
Mr r Hughes Hu hes took up the accounts of the theminer th thmine thOminey
miner mine deposited with the New York Se Security Securtty Security ¬
curity Trust company com pan in 1902 which whichwas whichw whichwas
was w ealled account No No4 4 It ran from fromftTMMNX
ftTMMNX 16 718900 in May and June up to 12 l 1ssi000
ssi000 000 In Se September tember and ended at well wellover wellover wellover
over na0000u5 S1OOOOOI in December DecemberNow Deepmberj DecemberNow
j Now Mid Mr Hughes why did didyou didyOU didyou
you reduce the amount deposited with withthe withI withthe
the New York Security Trust company comllAnIn
I in July l 114 0i to 2900000 and keep it at atthat atthat atthat
that even figure to the end of the year yearYour yearI Oftr
1 Your our balance at the beginning of lttt ltttwas IlttI 1Wwas
I was SS000M9r SS000M9rMr 3OOO J OtoO OO OOI
I Mr Randolph professed ignorance tha thaImpossibility tIt tItimpossibility
Impossibility lilbllltY of remembering every enr trans transaction transaction trailsaction ¬
action and interrupted again and again againMr againIr againMr
Mr Ir Hughes begged the witness to re refrain retnd retrain ¬
train tnd from general conversation and andrepeated andrepeated andrepeated
repeated the question questionReluctant QuttiitlonReluctant questionReluctant
Reluctant Answer AnswerMr AnswerlIr
Mr Randolph finally said saidThere saidTbre saidThere
There was a question qu Uon at this time timewhether tim timwhether timewhether
whether our relation would continue continuewith continuewith continuowIth
with the sompany The consolidation of ofthe ofNew ofthe
the New York Y ork Securltl Trust company companywas companwas companyW58
was taking place at this time timeNow timeNow timeNow
Now artor to the end of 1001 the thetrustees thetru tImetrustees
trustees tru t u of the New York Securityrrust Security SecurityTrust Securityfruit
Trust company held 500S 5 10 shares that is isH Isa
H majority of the 10000 shares sharesYes sbftrosYeii sharesYes
Yes YesWell YeswlI
Well Yeiitn tn lu March lOOt when the total totalstock totalatoele totalstock
stock of the company was ineraased Ineroo ed to to314XXI
30000 shares were the holdings of the thetrustees thetrustees thetrustees
trustees increased increasedNo Increa ed 1 1No
No NoWitness NoWltne NoI
I Witness s was then led through the thechange thechan thechange
change chan e of the name of the trust com company companv coin5Cv ¬
pany 5Cv and admitted that three accounts accountswith acoountswith accountswith
with the old company were closed and andfour andfour andfour
four opened o ened with the new one Vhen Whenthe Vhenthe Vhenthe
the money was withdrawn from the New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York Securltly Trust company It was wasdeposited wasdeD wasdeposited
deposited deD lted with the First National bank bankThis bankThis bankThis
This admission was elicited from the thewitness thewllne thewitness
witness wllne s after much pressure pressureInterest prc pressureInterest sure sureInterest
Interest Paid by Bankers BankersIn
In reply rep as to Interest paid by the va various various various ¬
rious banks where the insurance com company company centpony ¬
pany had deposits Mr Randolph said allof all allof aUof
of the banks paid 2 per cent except the thejBank theDank theBank
jBank Dank of Montreal which paid 2 21S per peri percen percent
cen cent centIn t tIn
i In discussing di cuulnr the syndicate to handle handlethe handleUae handlethe
the New Orleans railroad securities securitieswhich securitieswhich securitieswhich
which transaction was closed out in lOOt 1901Mr 1904Mr lOOtMr
Mr Randolph referred to a receivership receivershipbeing receIvershipbeing receivershipbeing
being appointed which was unforeseen by bythe bythe bythe
the New York Life when the securities securitieswere securitieswere securitieswere
were taken up Witness Vltne also said that thatsome thutsome thatsome
some parties in the company expected to tojoin tojoin tojoin
join in handling han < JUnK the securities had failed failedto
to do so but when wh n asked the names re refused retUMtS refused
fused to riv VA y them themITluc tpemI titansJ4
I ITluc J4 eioesd oJ 1 the inQuiry but Asaembly Asaemblyman Assemblman AssexnbIman
man RoSr ROIIe Roneis who ho e was w s in the chair satd satdtn sa said saidto d dto
to the witness l l before adojourning the thesitting thesitUn thesittine
sitting sitUn
Committee Not Satisfied SatisfiedSome Satisfiedme Satisfiedt3ome
Some me of the tb committane are Ar not aUf gatis gatisfM ati atifiltl
fM f with your y ur refusing refu tng to give ve the names namesof namesof mes mesof
of those who participated in the joint jointroJt jointnrQtjt jointI
roJt 4e 4l 4lIn ls lsTn
Tn answer an I would say 1 answered Mr MrRandolph MrRandolph Ir IrRandolph
Randolph that It Is an entirely confiden confidential confldentlal confidential ¬
tial matter there was no intimation on onthe onthe onthe
the Dart of anybory of bad faith faithAfter faithAfter
After adjournment Mr Hughes said saidthe saidth saidthe
the th examination of Mr RanMph Ran 1I iph > h would wouldprobably wouldprobablY wouldProbablY
probably be continued tomorrow
prominent In i the councils of the party partyThey partyThe partyThe
They The were nominated by the regularRepublican regular regularRepublican regularRepublican
Republican convention held some time timeprevious timeprevlou timeprevious
previous to Mayor Weavers Ve vers break breakwith breakwith breakwith
with the organization Since then a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee of twentypne citizens has hasendeavored hasendeavored hasendeavored
endeavored to secure the nomination ofan of ofan ofan
an entire new ticket for the purpose of ofsecuring ofH ofsecuring
securing H < uring reform within the party The TheCity TheCUy TheCity
City party a reform organisation and andthe andtbe andthe
the Democratic party have announced announcedtheir announcedtheir announcedtheir
their opposition to any an ticket that may maybe maybe maybe
be named by the organization Repub Republicans Republicans Republicans ¬
licans licansPhiladelphia licansPhUadelpb1a licansPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Sept 12 1lhe The total num number numher sumber ¬
ber of voters in Philadelphia according accordingto
to the September canvass CMnv announced to today tuda today ¬
da day is 339940 a decrease of S3S1A 814 com compared compared cornpared ¬
pared with the canvass nva made in May Mayprior Ma1prior Mayprkir
prior to the gas lease tight
stream ream the Irish delegation and an others on onthe ontbe onthe
the dock cheered lustily and M 1 Witte Wittelifted Wittelifted YUteHttfWI
lifted his hI > > hat in response responseConference r responseConference lIpo lIpoConference
Conference With Hebrews HebrewsBefore HebrewsBefore HebrewsBefore
Before il Witie Witi left his hotel for tne thesteamer tnetealD tne5tbaer
steamer tealD r today hehad hf had a conference with withIsaac
Isaac N Seligman 8811 n and Oscar O car Straus of ofthis ofthla ofthis
this city clt and aa4Adolpb Adolph Kraus of Chicago Chlc o
Mr Seligman said after the conference conferenceMM
MM M Witte allowed us to foresee the theemancipation theemancipation theemancipation
emancipation of the Jews In Russia and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their participation in the government coe nment of
the empire in the same degree and pro proportion proportion proportion ¬
portion that other Russian subjects are areallowed areallowtd areallowed
allowed to participate participateW
W 1 Witte tUe made d m > pledges pltd e he spoke
for himself a sa an individual but It is iswell Iswell I Iwell
well known while not in power now QQ he heWill heWill I
Will UI be soon The Jews in I Russia RUII will willagain wUlam willazath
again am enjoy civil rights rlab Discrimination Discriminationprejudicial Dl Discriminationprejudicial
prejudicial to toe t De Jews the injustice of ofwhich oCwbJcIa ofwhich
which M 11 t Witte admits freely will 111 be beended boen4ecl beended I
ended and they will be placed on an tinequal anequal anequal
equal foetid tooCJawltb with the rest of 0 the em emperor emP emparer ¬
peror P JOr subiwto subiwtoLoan auJtectaLoan subectaLoan
Loan Not Mentioned MentionedMr
Mr lr Seiigmsn was asked if t the subject subjectof ubjectof i iof
of a loan lo n to Russia RU I8Ia to b be made mad by a aIinMttoate asyndicate 1 1syndicate
syndicate of Jewish financiers bad been betnbroacbed beenbroached i ibroached
broached but He replied l8p1i in the negative negativeIbe i
Ine matter of a loan he said Id was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not even suUssted u eted ted M 1 Witte at t the thetime thetime thetime
time of our first conference with him at atPortaoutb atPortgaomth I IPortsmouth
Portsmouth had expressed a desire de lre to toconfer toOnler toconfer
confer wltH wit us U further on the question questionof
of th the persecution utIon of Jews in Russia Russiaand RUMlaand Russiaand
and toe tb visit Messrs Straus Kraus and anda
I paid kiln tba this mornln morning WA was In oomph oompUan oomphaiwe
a an aiwe nee < < e with the expressud e wish of M Witte WitteWe WIttee
We ye e continued the discussion of econom economical eeonomleal economteal ¬
teal conditions In Ruz Russia ia where we had hadna hadlett hadleft
left otto cIJn dtlng Inequalities In the law lawand lawand
and r restrictions trletona na particularly affecting the theJews theJew timeJews
Jews and suggested their abolition or re repeal repttIl repeal ¬
peal I may say that we left M 1 Witta WittaImpressed WitteImped W9ttoImpressed
Impressed with the th belief lIet that the reforms reformsnrtffl reformby reformsurr
urr nrtffl by us will be in effect and thatat that thatat thatat
at no very distant date the Jews of Rus Russia RWiIta Rusta ¬
sia ta will enjoy equal ual rights with all other otherRussian otheraun otherRassian
Russian gob subjects subjectsRIOTS
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ditutirbunies Jterf Jtr continue uontlnueBfdtt TBTzht prom promineut prorninent prominemit
ineut republidna rtpubU republhlwware a were W re among till wound woundii1
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ANOTHER Ar OTHER RUMOR FROM TIEN TSINNews TSIN TSINNews ISINNews
News Comes by Way of Rome that the Family of Bapon Baron a on Komura KomuraWas Kon Kornurat KornuraWas ura uraWas
Was Assassinated During the RecentRiots Recent RecentRiots RecentRiots
t
Riots in Tokio I f
OME Sept 12 12The Ehe Tribuna toda todaI today todaypublishes todapubIIshs
R I publishes a rumor from Tien Tsii Tsiito Tslnto Tslito
to the effect t ct that the family o oBaron ot otBaron oBaron
Baron Komura the Japanese peae peacplenipotentiary peaeplenipotentiary peaccplenipotentiary <
plenipotentiary now in America ha habeen has hasbeen habeen
been assassinated assassinatedIn
In view of the fact that the recendetailed recen recendetailed recent recentdetaiJed
detailed dispatches describing the dis disturbance disturbance illsturbance
turbance in Tokio have apparently beeuncansored bee been beenuncensored beeiuncensored
uncensored it is not believed that th thabove the theabove thabove
above rumor Is well founded fo nded The fac facthat factthat facthat
that It originated in Tien Tain Tam would woulialso wouldalso woulalso
also tend to discredit it as Tien Tsii TsiiIs Tslnis TsiiIs
Is not favorably located for the re recolpt receIpt recoipt
colpt of important newsfrom news front Japan a afirst at atfirst afirst
first hand handNEWS handNEWS handNEWS
NEWS KEPT FROM KOMURA KOMURAEnvoys KOMURAEnvoYs KOMURAEnvoys
Envoys Condition Would Not Admit Admiof Admitof Admilof
of Excitement ExcitementNew
New York Yo 11 < Sept 12 lBaron Baron Komurz Komurzthe Komurthe Komurathe
the Japanese peace pe ce envoy who is ill a athe at atthe al althe
the WaldorfAstoria hotel was somewhat some somewhat somewhat
what improved today his fever being beiniabated beingabated belniabated
abated appreciably He was still how however however however
ever confined to his bed and member memberof membersof
of his suite said that he was in toi toiweak too tooweak tocweak
weak and nervous a condition to b bCRUDE bt btCRUDE bCRUDE
CRUDE OIL ADVANCES ADVANCEPennsylvania ADVANCESPennsylvania ADVANCESPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Product Raised Three ThreeCents ThreeCents ThreCents
Cents Per Barrel And Western WesternOil
Oil Two Cents CentsPittsburg CentsPittsburg CentsPittsburg
Pittsburg Sept 12 1The The Standard Oil Oilcompany allcompany Oilcompany
company today advanced the price of all allgrades allgrades allgrades
grades of crude oil Pennsylvania oil was wasraised wasraised wasraised
raised three cents and the other grades gradeswere gradeswere rades radeswere
were advanced two cents The quota quotations quotations quotations ¬
tions follow Pennsylvania 190 Tiona TionaJ145 Tionafl45
J145 145 Corning I7c lc Newcastle J152 1 122 Ca Cabul Cabul Cabul
bul 31U 106 North Lima Sac South Lima Limaand Limaand Limaand
and Indiana SIc Somerset Some t TIe Raglan Raglan19c RIU la lai9c
19c
Lima Ohio Sept 12 lArtec After months of ofvatin otwatlng ofwatlng
watlng vatin and almost total stagnation in the thentral thecentral therentral
central ntral western we ttrn oil fields tiel the first change changeIn
In n crude prices since May Iay 27 7 is It announced announcedoday announcedtoday gnnouncedtoday
today by the Standard the advance dvan being beingwo beingtwo beingtwo
two wo cents for Ohio und Indiana and three threesents threecen threecents
cen cents jl per barrel for eastern oils Kan Kans Kanps KanSan
ps s and the twin territories are not bene beneItted benenth bonetitled
nth titled d Prdoueers say the theadlinc6 advance means meansnewed meansrenewed meansrenewed
renewed operations an employment of oflundreds ofhundreds ofhundreds
hundreds of m men n In the central states statesIndependence ItatOirIndependence statesIndependence
Independence Kan Sept 12 1 1Tlme The price priceif priceof
of if ail western oil under 32 gravity was wasidvanced wasadvanced wasadvanced
advanced from 1 to 5 cents a barrel barrelAGREEMENT barreltco barrelAGR
tco tcoAGREEMENT
AGR AGREEMENT EEM ENTISIMP IS IMPROBABLE IMPROBABLSwedish IMPROBABLESwedish ROBAB LE LESwedish
Swedish Dissolution Conditions Pre Preelude Preclude Preelude
elude the Possibility of Nor Norways Norways Norways ¬
ways Acceptance AcceptanceStockholm AcceptanceStockholm AcceptanceStockholm
Stockholm Sweden Sept lThtt 12 Th dele dolegates delegates deleptM ¬
gates of Norway and Sweden appointed appointedto
to discuss the dissolution dls olution of the union unionof unionof
of the two countries l will reassemble a aKatetad at atKal atICaletad
Kal Katetad tad Sweden Sept 12 and Il d as it it itdeclared Is Isdeclared isleclared
declared here that the Swedish Swedi ih condiLions condi conditions conditions ¬
tions are unutterable the outcome seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to depend or the orwgian acceptance acceptanceof
of these conditions The Tb tone ton adopted adoptedhv
hv the Norwegian newspapers new papeltl appearing appearingLhls IIPIearlnlthis
this morning J very threatening and nd is isconsidered Isconsidered isronaidered
considered to be specially w JI > edally significantromirug significant significanti nsnltl nnt nntcoming
coming after yesterdays meeting ef the theNorwegian theorwegiaui
Norwegian d4Jligpt siegptes s i It is recognized recognizedthat
that a breach may follow the reaasemb reaasembiag reasliemblhtc reassemblag
lag of the delegates and the Swedish Swedishluthorities SwedishauOtoritle Swedishauthorities
authorities are preparing for such an antventuality anontuaIlU aneventuality
ontuaIlUChristiania eventuality eventualityChrhstiania tventualityChristlania
Christlania Norway Sept 12The 12TheNewspapers 12TimeteWspRPeiS lhe lhentfWBItpers
Newspapers oonttmie to somewhat som what heat heatMlly hoatedly heatally
ally discuss Swedens refusal to agree agreeto agreeto
to to an arbitration treaty The Morgcn Morgcnilsdet Morgenhilidet Morgcnulmmdet
ilsdet says Norway is It prepared to dis disnantle dismantle diemantle
mantle her now fortifications in order orderto orderto
to 0 show her love for pence and desire desireor desirefor
for or a settlement with Sweden But not notIl
Il 1 gun nor a atone shall be moved un unll until unII
til ll the th arbitration treaty is signedThe signed signedThe slgJtedThe
The Norwegian commissioners left le this thisjvenlng thisovtnlng thinveuilng
jvenlng for Kftrlstadt whore they the will willesume willre wIlleeumO
re esume umo negotiations with the Swedisn Swedisnjommlssloners Swedlsnoommls Swedianuomrnissioners
oommls jommlssloners loner They were given an en enthusiastic n nhuslastlc nthuslasUc
huslastlc sendoff by several thousand thousand9rsons thousandpersons thousandorsons
persons > 9rsons
DEADLY V COAL OIL CAN CANPhoenix CANPhoenix
+ 4 Phoenix Ariz Sept 12 1Mrs 1MrsAdolph ItMisAdolph Mrs MrsAdolph +
+ Adolph Buser living on a ranch rancheast rancheast + f feast
+ east of Phoenix last night used uaedKerosene Uledliero +
4 Kerosene liero ene In starting a fire midanf midanfexplosion and an anexplosion anI +
I explosion resulted causing the fatal fatalburning fttalburning +
4 burning of herself and the serious seriousburning seriousburning seriousI +
I burning of her stepson She died diadoorly diedI + f fenrly
I early this morning The husband of otthe ofI 4 4the +
I the woman is the foreman of n t silk silkmill finkmill iIk iIkI +
I mill at Phoenlxvllle Pa and In Intended Intonded inI +
+ I tended joining jolnh nor hero in n few fewa tewwuoks fewweeks +
+ weeks to ruslaJBpormqnOnUy ruslaJBpormqnOnUyH reside a permainentb crmauienUy + f
+
+ H + + t + tHrtt tttt + t
shown the report from frollJtome Home that th t hi hifamily pis pisfamily hI hIfamily
I family lied lu d been assa asitla uted utedr atedMr J JMr
Mr r Sp > official s sJapanese sDoJBsman SDQ inan or the theJapanesb thiJapanese
Japanese Jart arty said th ut no dispatch dispatchhad dliipatchOiihad diepatehohad
had been received by the peace envoy envoywhich envoyswltch OflVOiw1scli
which could furnish any ItiY ground fo fobelieving for forbeHoving a abelieving
believing the reported njiafortune ani aniadded and andadded amadded
added that the other members of th thJapanese thtt thttJapanese thiJapanese
Japanese considered the report to be en entlrely entirely entirely
tirely unfoundedNotwithstandIng unfounded unfoundedNotwithstanding1 unfoundedNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding his weakened cond condition condtion condtion
tion the baron is determined to loavNew loav loaveNew loavNew
New York on Thursday to begin ln hi hihomeward his hishomeward hIhomeward
homeward trip as originally planned plannedAMERICAN plannodI plannodAMERICAN
0 0AMERiCAN
AMERICAN DECORATED DECORATEDBY DECOI DECOQATEO DECOQATEOS TED TEDBYRUSStANtlV I
S BY BYRUSStANtlV BYRUSSrAN USSrANEfPERO USSrANEfPEROfew EIVfPEROfl EIVfPEROflNew PEROR PERORNew
New few York Sept 12 lCharles Charles J Mur Murphy Murphy Muirphy ¬
phy formerly a foreign agent of th thUnited the theUnited thiUnited <
United States department of agriculture agricultureyesterday agricultureesterday agricultureyesterday
yesterday received from Emperor Nich Nicholas Nicholas Nickolas ¬
olas of Russia the decoration of the Or Order Order Order ¬
der of St Stanislaus This honor which whiclhas whichhas whichhas
has rarely been conferred on American Amerlcarcitizens Americancitizens Americancitizens
citizens was vas given to him through the thtRussian theRussian theRunsia
Russian embassy at Washington It was wafa wasa wuea
a recognition of f his services in behall behallof behalof behallof
of Russias peasants during the famine famineof
of 1891 when as foreign agent at Bet Berlin BellIn Betun ¬
lin of the department of agriculture h hstarted he hestarted hostarted
started the movement for sending ship shiploads shiploads shiploads ¬
loads of corn to Russia Mr Murphy Murphjformerly lIurphyformerly Murphyformerly
formerly was a resident of o Iowa but at a1present atI
I I present resides in New York YorkMOTORMAN YorkMOTORMAN YorkMOTORMANIN
MOTORMAN MOTORMANIN IN HIDING HIDINGPolice HIDINGPolice
Police Searching High and Low Foi Foithe Forthe Foithe
the Man Responsible For Elev Elevvated Elevvated Elevvated
vated Horror HorrorNew HOlTorNew HorrorNew
New York Sept 12 12Pollcemen Policemen watched watchedevery watchedevery watchedevery
every ferry ferr and railroad station in the thacity theclt thecity
city clt last n nght ght trying trln to capture Paul PautKelly PulKelly PaulKelly
Kelly the fugitive motorman of the thewrecked thewrecked thewrecked
wrecked elevated railroad train in which whichtwelve whichtwelve whichtwelve
twelve persons verSO 6 were killed but had not notfound notfound notfound
found him today A general police alarm alarmwas alarmwas alarmwas
was sent out calling for the arrest of ofKelly orKelly ofKelly
Kelly on a charge of homicide homicideInvestigation homicideInvestigation homicideInvestigation
Investigation of the wreck was taken takenup takenup takenup
up today by the state railroad commis commission commlssl commissin ¬
sin sionFourteen sl sinFourteen > n nFourteen
Fourteen of the persons per ons injured In the thawrecked thewrecked thewrecked
wrecked train were still in the hojmital hojmitaltoday hCMI hoipltaltoday ltal ltaltodliY
today Some had been removed remor to their theirhomes theirhomes theirhomes
homes during durlni the night their injuriesproving injuries injuriesproving Injuriesprong
proving not to 0 be serious serlo 1 Of those tho e in inthe inthe
the hospitals three were so badly injijred injijredas Inj red redas
I as to make their recovery doubtful They Theyare Theyare 111eyare
are William Engle whose right leg was wasamputated wasamputated VflfjI
I amputated Eliza Miner of Nyack N N Y Ywhose Ywhose Ywhose
whose squll was fractured and leg am amputated amputated amputated ¬
putated and William T Niebur who also alsosuffered alsosutfered alposuffered
suffered from a fractured skull Several Severalothers Severalothers Savegalothers
others were suffering from very serious seriousinjuries serlouMInjuries seriousinjuries
injuries and their condition might at any anymoment an anmornent anymoment
moment become critical Seymour Roe Roewho Roewho Roewho
who had a fracture of the skull was one oneof oneot misof
of these theseFOUL theseFOUL
0 0FOUL
FOUL CRIME CRIMEAVENGED CRIMEAVENGEDHenry AVENGED AVENGEDHenry AVENGEDHenry
Henry Manzer Electrocuted in Au Auburn Auburn Auburn ¬
burn Prison PrisonAuburn PrisonAuburn PrisonAuburn
Auburn N Y Sept 12 l2Rocord Record break breaking1 breliking breaklug ¬
lug celerity was the only on unusual feature featureof
of the electrocution of Henry Manzer to today tod todgy ¬
I day d in the death chamber at Auburn prf prfsdn prfIsdn pcimain
Isdn The witnesses entered the room at t tI
I 605 6 60 oclock Manzer was escorted e to the thachair thechair thechair
chair one minute later In another anoth r min minute mmute mistute ¬
ute he had been pinioned to th the chair chairand ehaliI chairand
and the mask had been drawn over hi h hW
I face State Executioner Davis tanned tannedutoly immeihitetchy nmccllatfly
tetchy made connections with the thefat fatal l
lever h er and 17SO volts oltol coursed through the thevictim theI Usavictim
I victim for thirty seconds This was re reduced reO reOI reduced ¬
duced gradually duallY and then the full fullstrength fullHtremth fullstrength
I strength was wa again turned on Manser Manserwas AIansertiS Maimerwets
was tiS dead in precisely three minutes IItlnut after afterwalkincr afterwalkinur
walkincr to the chair He had not emit emitted emitted emitted ¬
I ted a murmur nor shown HRV Ita indication indicationof
of fear Manzer at the lUKe little town of
Scriba six s miles east of Oswego in
May last waylaid Cora Sve Swt t 12 I years yearsold yearold yearsold
old and ravished and murdered her herLOCATED hert imerLOCATED
t er erL
LOCATED L CATED THE BLMEFort BLAME BLAMEFort BLAMEFort
Fort Morgan Colo Cob Sept 11 ItThe itThe The cure coroners curoners curenors ¬
ners Jury which investigated the colli collision collision collislon ¬
sion on the Burlington railroad at Brush
Colo Cob Sept S pt 5 in which four persons were werekilled weraI
I killed l and more than a score injured
found that tle cause of the accident ccldeA was wastrain waifthe wasthe
the failure o of the crew ot the passenger
I train which stopped to take water to toput toput tOput
put out proper rear end lights > > or signals signalsA lgnalsI
A letter of commendation was w5 given En Engineer Englneer Engineer ¬
gineer E Mellln of th the freight which ran ranInto Mninto ranInto
I Into the passenger train for staying at athis ats athis
his s cost ooatJAPANESE nostI costJAPANESE
I
JAPANESE MASS MEETING MEETINGYokohama
4 4 Yokohama Sept li lSeven Seven thou thousund 4 4sand +
4 sand persons attended a meeting meeUps to today 4 4tday 4
tday 4 day called for the purpose of 0 pro protasUn 4 4testing +
4 testing tasUn against the terms of the thepeace 4
4 peace treaty trcllt The meeting moeUn adopted adopteln + 4 4 4a
+ 4 + a resolution favoring tnorln the resgxtatlohof rosjeiiBtioh rOlllgn tloh tlohof 4 4of +
+ of the ministers and the safeguard safeguardting t tguardInE +
4 InE of tho future by b a more careful carefulUSit 4 4uso +
ting
4 ties of the brUlot The meeting dis dlaporsed 4 4 4pqrsed
4 + parsed quietly qulet13f 4 + 4
+ +
+ + + f + + + + + + + + + H 1tt
WARSHIP GOES GOESTO GOESTO
TO THE BOITO BOITONearly BOlTOM BOlTOMi
i
t Nearly early a ly 600 lives lost on the Japan Japaiese Japanese
ese Vessel Itikasa ItikasaADMIRAL MikasaADMIRAL NikasaADMIRAL
I
ADMIRAL TOGOS FLAGSHIP FLAGSHIIOLD
OLD HERO NOT ON BOARD A ATHE AT ATTHE AlTHE
THE TIME TIMEM TIMEt
+ + + + + 4 + + + + + + + 4 M t + + + + 4HK44 + + + + + + tt + + + + 44 44Tokio + t tt 4
+ Pi PimT 4 4Tokio
t + Tokio Tuesday Sept IS 1 6 p 4
4 msAdmiral mT d1 i 1 Togo was not on Jt Jtb + 4 4b
4 + boara b aHi the th Mlkasa Mt sa when the die disf dlsaster + 4 4aster
+ f aster to the battleship occurred occurredH + 4
+ + 4 4H
+ + + + + + + + + + + H + M t + + H t H t H + + t + H t 4 + H + t 4 H HOKIO t ± t t 4T tT
T OKIO Sept 12 p m mThe The navy navjI navydepartment nav navI
T I department announces that th thbattleship the thebattleship thebattleship <
battleship Mikasa has been de destrayed destroyed deztroyed
strayed by fire and the explosion o oher ot othor i iS imagazine
S
her magazine causing the loss of 591lives 591 599lIvei 591Iiy
lives Iiy g including men of other ships who whcwent whowent whowent
went to the rescue rescueThe rtscueThe rescueThe
The fire started from an unknown unknowrcause unknowncavse unknowncause
cause cavse at midnight on Sunday night nightSept nllhtSepl10 nightSepp1O
Sept Sepl10 10 Before the officers could b brescued be berescued berescued <
rescued the fire reached the aft maga magazine magazine magazine ¬
zine which exploded blowing a hol holin hole holein holeIn <
in tHeport tlie port side of the vessel below the thewater thewatecUne thewaterline
water waterline line and causing the ship to sink sinkAn sinlAn emItAn
An investigation is now being held tcdetermine to todetermine todetermine
determine the cause of the fire fireTogos tireTogos fireTogos
Togos Flagship FlagshipThe FlagshipThe FlagshipThe
The Mikasa was the flagship of the theJapanese theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese navy flying the flag of Vice VietAdmiral ViceAdmIral ViceAdmiral
Admiral Togo the th commander in chief chiefShe chiefSne chiefShe
She was present at all the princIpal prlnelpaengagements princIpalengagements principalengagements
engagements during the war and was waion wason wason
on several occasions reported severely severelydamaged severelydamaged erely erelydamaged
damaged in action At the battle ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the Sea of Japan she led the He Hoot t intsaction into intoaction intoaction
action and her name was mentioned in inconnection inconnection Iaconnection
connection with some of the most stir stirring sdrrIng stirring ¬
ring events of this thii famous sea fight fightThe tightThe fightTue
The Mikasa was one of the largestand largest largestand large t tand
and most powerful vessels in the th Jap Japantse J Jtpauete p pante
ante navy She was built at Barrow BarrowEngland BarrowEngland BarrowEngland
England and was launched in 1902 1902She 1902She 1902She
She had a displacement of 15300 tons tonsand tonsand tonsand
and her speed was 185 18 knots with with164h1 ltl1
10431 indicated horse power Her Herarmament HerI Herarmament
armament consisted of four twelve twelveinch twelveInch twelveinch
I inch fourteen sixinch twenty twelve twelvepounders tWElyepounders twelvepounders
pounders eight threepounders four fourtwo fourtwo
I two and onehalf pounders and eightnrillemeter eight eightnrillemeter ehhtnJillemeter
nrillemeter suns sunsAlways KunsI gunsAlways
Always in the Fight FightIn
I
In the battle of the Sea of Japan the theMikasa theI theMikasa
Mikasa was the heaviest loser of the theJapanese theJapnese theJapanese
I
Japanese ships having havin sixtythree sixtythreekilled slxtythreeI sixtythreekilled
killed and wounded She approached approachednearer approachednearir appmaehednearer
I nearer to th ti Russians Rus lans than any other otherbattleshln otherbattle otherbattleshin
battleshln battleshlnThe battle battleshinThe hlIl hlIlI
The Mikasa was also the flagship ofAdmiral of ofAdmiral ofAdmiral
I Admiral Togo in the great naval navalbattle naalbattle navalbattle
battle fought off Port Arthur on Aug Au
10 1904 on which occasion the Japan Japanese Japanese Japaneae ¬
ese flagship also suffered the most mo t hut iutcontinued hutcontinued ut utcontinued
continued in the fighting line On that thatoccasion thatoccn thatoccasion
occasion occn lon the jkikusa nad four officers officersand OtllCEI8I officersanti
antI twentynine men killed six officers ofliceraand officersand tflc tflcam1 >
and twentynine men severely wound wounded
I
ed and four officers and twentynine twentyninemen
men slightly woundedGLOOM wounded woundedGLOOM woundedI
I I IGLOOM GLOOM IN TOKIO TOKIOTogos TOKIOJ TOKIOTogos TOKIOTogos
J
Togos Flagship Was Very Dear to tothe tothe tothe
the Japanese JapaneseTokio JapaneseToldo JapaneseToIclo
Tokio S Spt pt 12 8 p m mTbe The disaster dimeterto
I to the battleship Mikasa lIil sa has ca oaIJt t a agloom agloom aglooni
gloom everywhere The Mikasa Mlka was wasTofos wasrocos wasToos
Tofos flagsnip and was endeared to tothe toI tothe
I the hearts of the people The ship was wasat wasII wasat
at anchor in Sasebo harbor when th thfire thfire thfire
II fire started at the base of the main mainmast mainmast mainmast ¬
mast at midnight It spread with withgreat withI withgreat
I great rapidity exploding the after aftermagazine afternlagazine afteriuiagazine
magazine about half an hour after the thefire thefire thefire
fire had been discovered The Mikasa Mikasasank lUkasaSftnk Mikasasank
sank In shallow water and it is be believed believed beIleved ¬
lieved the ship Bhl can be repaired Res Rescuing RescUing fleacuing ¬
cuing parties were sont from the vari various various var varous ¬
ous warships In ths th harbor and there therewere therewere therewere
were heavy hea casualties casu ltle among them themVarious themVnrlous themVarious
Various conjectures are current aa aato a ato asto
to the cause of the fire Some attrib attribute attribute attrlbute ¬
ute it to an overcharge of eltciricity eltciricityGreat eltclriclt eltclricltGroot elteirleltyGreet
Great relief was felt throughout Japan Japanwhen Japanwhen Japanwhen
when it was learned that Admiral AdmiralTogo AdmiralTogo AdmiralTogo
Togo was not on board the ship at the thetime theUme thetIiie
time of the fire firePATENTS fireS firePATENTS
t
S PATENTS ISSUED ISSUEDSpoinl ISSUEDS ISSUEDScold
Scold S olul to The Herald HeraldWashington I HeraldSept erall erallWaal1fnKlJn
Washington Sept la DThth 13Th Tha following followingpatents tOllowlng1MIOft followingpatont
1MIOft patents have issued issuedn3tal i lasuedhltahF ufMl ufMlUtahF
n3tal UtahF > F B Allan 1100 Salt Lake City Citypumu Citytumit Citypumib
pumu <
> WfhntlllgA Wyoming thitiuugA A W Kruaee Sundance ole eleJJllnr oletoj le lertkf
JJllnr toj brnke rtkf C 1 T Pudcn Cheyenne Che nne coin coinBinQa corneittetoie
BinQa eiivcloDe and letter sheet
BUTCHERED BY BYFIERCE BYFIERCE BYFIERCE
FIERCE TARTARS TARTARSArmenians
Armenians in the Caucasus Slai SlaiWithout Slain SlainWithout SlainVithout
Without Mercy MercyHOLY MercyIOL MercyHOLY
c
HOLY IOL Y WAR IS PROGldKIME PROGldKIMEBODIES PROCIAIMED PROCIAIMEDBODIES PROCLMMEOBODIES
BODIES OF CHILDREN THROWN THROWNTO
TO THE DOGS DOGST DOGSST
T PETERSBURG PEERSBURG Sept S pt 12 12A A holy holjwar holywar
ST 0 war has his bean bean proclaimed vroclolmed in th thCaucasian thf tbt tbtOaueazlan
Caucasian Cuoslfu districts of Zangazui Zangozutand Zangazuiand Zangeur Zangeurand
and Jebrall Jebral where Tartars Tartar are massa massacrcing mass masscrin massacreing
crcing crin the Armenians Aranlo s without distinc distinction distnc distncton distlnetion ¬
tion ton of sex sx or ago ago The country Is Isswarming Issormlng Iiswarming
swarming with wih bands of Tartars under underthe underthe underthe
the leadership leaershlv of f their chiefs Many Manythousands lan lanthousands Manythousands
thousands of Tartars Trtars have crossed crosed the thePersoRussian thePasQRusslnn thePersoRussIa
PersoRussian PasQRusslnn frontier fronter and joined joine the theInsurgents theIn themnsurgont
Insurgents In urgent in destroying d troYing Armenian Anenlan vii villages vl viilagne ¬
lages la At the village vtlge of 3Inkend nkend 30C 30CArmenians 3O 3OAmenians 30 30ArmenIans
Armenians Amenians were slaughtered Dis Dispatches Disptche Dispatches ¬
patches ptche say that mutilated mutated children childrenwere chidren chidrenwere childrenwere
were thrown to the dogs dog and ad that the thefew theta thefew
few ta survivors were forced to embrace embraceIslamism embrce embrceIalamlsm embraceIsiamisin
Islamism In order to save sve their lives livesNaphtha lve lIvesNaphtha
Naphtha firms fins are cut off of from frm the theeUvery
delivery < of oil 01 fuel to the shipping com companies compnles cornpanics ¬
panics pnles which are now noW confronted with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the necessity of suspending their serv services servies services ¬
ices ies and discharging their ther employer employeswhich employe employerwhich
which would result reul in n leaving thou thousands thouSJJS thousands ¬
sands SJJS with wih no means of subsistence subsistenceThe subsistenceTbe
The salt works work at Baskunchak have havebeen haveben havebeen
been ben obliged oblged to close owing to the thescarcity thes thescarcity
scarcity s rclty of fuel and this will wi paralyze paralyzethe paralyzethe paralyzethe
the fishing industry industryKILLED industr industrKILLED industryKILLED
KILLED BY COSSACKS COSSACKSSlaughter COSSACKSSlaughter COSSACKSSlaughter
Slaughter of Social Democratic Democratc Revo Revolutionists Revolutonists Revolutionists ¬
lutionists lutonists at Tiflis TiflisTlflis Tifs TifsTiUs TifiisThus
Thus TiUs Caucasia Caucsla Sept 12 lA A hundred hundrefsocial hundredsocal hundredsocial
social socal democrats democrt were killed kied or wound wounded wounded
ed today tody In a conflict cQntlct with wih Cossacks at atthe atthe atthe
the town hall hal and many were tram trampled trm trmpled trampled
pled to death deth in the disturbance dlstulbance Tw Twthousand Two Twothou6nd Twothousand <
thousand thou6nd social democrats democrts had forced forcedan forcedan
an entrance entrnce into the town hall hal which whichwas whichwa whIchwas
was wa closed owing to the celebration celebraton of ofa o Ofa
a a religious lelglous holiday holday the beheading of ofJohn OfJohn ofJohn
John the Baptist Baptst Revolutionary Revolutionaryspeeches Revolutonary Revolutonaryspeehe Revolutionaryspeeches
speeches speehe were made and the captain of ofpolice ofplce olpolice
police plce ordered ordEed the meeting meetng to disperse dispersePart dispersePart dispersePart
Part of those present preent obeyed but the theremainder theremainder theremainder
remainder refused and some revolvers revolverswere revolverswere revolverswere
were fired fred A large force of Cossacks Cossacksdrawn Cossck Cossckdrwn Cossackidrawn
drawn drwn up outside the building buiding then thenfired thcnfre thenfired
fired fre a volley voley into the crowd time and andtime andtie andtime
time and wound wounding woundInl woundlag
tie again agin killing kiing thirty thrty ¬
lag Inl upwards of seventy In the ensu ensuing en enD en9uing ¬
ing D panic pnic many persons fell fel and were weretrampled weretrampled ere eretmple
trampled tmple to death by b their comrades comradesand comrde comradesand
and the pursuing Cossacks CossacksAgitation CossacksAgitaton CossacksAgitation
Agitation Agitaton Continues ContinuesBaioum Contnues ContnuesBatoum ContinuesBatoum
Batoum Caucasia CauCsla Sept 12 IThere There Isgrowing Is Isgrowing 1sgrowing
growing agitation agiaton among the local 10callus 10callussllmans Mus Mussulmans Mussulmans ¬
sulmans sllmans against aginst the Christians Christans The Theauthorities Theauthorities loauthorites
authorities authorites have seized documents document in inciting incing inciting ¬
citing cing an outbreak outbreakSHOT outbreak outbreakSHOT
0 0SHOT
SHOT BY A BURGLAR BURGLARDaughter BURGLARD BURGLARDaughter
Daughter D ughter of Steel Company MagnateNearly Magnate MagnateNearly Mgnate MgnateNearly
Nearly Killed Xied by Midnight MidnightMarauder Mdnight MdnightMruder MidnightMarauder
Marauder MarauderGreenwich Mruder MruderGrenwich MarauderGreenwich
Greenwich Grenwich Conn Sept 12Mrs 12 1MfS Mrs C WMorell W WMotoII
MotoII 10101 daughter of E C Converse of ofNew otNew ofNew
New New York an officer of the United States StatesSteel Stte StatedSteel
I Steel company cmpany was shot by a burglar who whoentered whoentered whoentered
entered her residence reidence here early 6rly today todayThe todayThe
I The bullet struck her chin shattering shatteringthe shaterJng shaterJngI
the jaw bone bne and imbedded itself 1 elf in her hershoulder herI hershoulder
I I shoulder shoulderAt jw
i At 230 23 oclock a nurse was awakened awakenedby awakeed awakeedI
I by a flash fash from the burglars lantern lanternShe lanternI lanternShe
I She screamed and the man attacked attcked her herwith herwith herwith
with the butt but of a revolver bruising bruisln her herarms herarms herarms
arms and shoulders and breaking two of ofher ofber ofher
her fingers A woman guest get of Mrs MrsMorrell Mrsiorr MrsMorrell
iorr Morrell n heard the screams sreams and when she sheentered sheentered sheentered
entered the nurses Jurss room the burglar burglarwho burglarwho burglarwho
who was ws still sti struggling strugglng with wih the nurse nursefired nursetire nursetired
tire fired a shot but the bullet bulet went high highand highI highand
I and struck the ceiling ceing At this juncture junctureMrs junctureMrs
Mrs Morrell Moren apoeared apnere on the scene and andthe andthe
the man aimed a shot at her the bullet bullettaking bulet bulettaking bullettaking
taking effect effet as a described decribed The burglar burglardashed burllardahe burglarSashed
dahe dashed through the door and made hisescape his hisescape
e escape escapeSeveral escapeSeveral pe peSeveral
Several hours later a man mln was wa arfested arfestedat arioted ariotedI arestedet
I at the Greenwich railroad riroad station stton on onsuspicion onsupicion onsuspicion
supicion suspicion of being the th burglar He said saidhe sd sdI saidhe
I he had been ben at the Morrell residence reldence to tosee t tocee
see the cook last evening evenins but deniedmy denied deniedany denie
any knowledge of the assault assaultBUILDING assult assultBUILDING assaulta assaultBUILDING
a
BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL COUNCILAction COUNCILAction
Action Acton Taken to Strengthen the Or Organization Organization Organization ¬
ganization ganizationDtjiver ganizationDver ganizationDnver
Dtjiver Sept 12 lTho The International InternationalBuilding Internatonal InternatonalBuldinl InternationalBuilding
Buldinl Building Trrfdes TMde council counci convention comenton today todaytook todaytook todaytook
took action acton with wih a view t td < T bringing into intoAffiliation intoafflaton intoeffihlation
afflaton Affiliation with wih the council counci three thre nation national
il organizations orniztons representing repreentng a member membership memberI membership ¬
I ship of nearly ney TSTXX TSTXXA 10 Th0O Th0OA
A formal invitation invittion was extended to the theStructural theStructural timetructuraI
Structural Iron Workers of America Americanumbering Amerc Americanumbering
numbring numbering 40000 0 men whose whOe convention conventionssill cncnton cncntonwi
wi wIll be held in Philadelphia Phiadelphia next week to tojoin tojin tojoin
join the international council counci and similar similarInvitations simiar simiarwere similarnvitatlons
jin Invitations were ordered sent to the theAmerican thoAmerican theunerican
American Brotherhood of Cement Work Worksrs Workers
ers the membership of which is about aboutt5000
10 15000 and tho Painters Paperhangers Paperhangersind
and Decorators of America Amerca numbering numberingibout numbring numbringI numberingshout
about 30000 30000The 20000The
O
I The Te convention conventon settled setted a bitter biter fight fightLhat fght fghtI fightthat
tt that has existed for several tmverl months be between he beween ¬
I twen tween the sheet shet metal metl workers and the the3t theI the3t
I 3t Louis building bulln trades trdes traderrcouncil traderrcouncilThe council councilThe councI
The convention Indorsed the National NationalLaborers Natonal NatonalLborer NationalLaborers
Lborer Laborers union and granted Iantcd it jurisdic jurisdiction jurisdicton jurisdicties ¬
ton ties over all al classes classs of construction constructon mat matters matterE matera ¬
ters terESMYZER tersSMYZER era eraSMYZER
SMYZER CONCLUDES CONCLUDESSPEECH CONCLUDESSPEECH CONCLUDESSPEECHiN
SPEECH SPEECHiN IN DEFENSEWooster DEFENSE DEFENSEWooster DEFENSEWoer
Wooster Woer 0 Seut 12 1ExJudg 12ExJudge ExJudge Smyzer Smyzerconcluded Smyzercnelude Smyzertoncluded
cnelude concluded his argument in behalf behal of Mrs MrsPaggart Mrsraggart lrs lrsTa
Ta Paggart rt today After Afer dwelling at a length lengthupon lepgtbuPt Jepgthpea
upon pea the alleged alolo jealousy jelous of Captain Tag Tagart TagantI Taggart
uPt gart art antI the cruel treatment of his wife wifeludge wifeJUdl wifeJudge
Judge Smyzer took up the letters from fromFaggart fom fomTaart fromFaggart
JUdl Taart Faggart to his wife which were read dur during durIne durlag ¬
lag the hearing hearingAlthough hearln hearingAlthough
I Although Alhough it I might ml ht be to the interest interestf interet interetof
of > f both bth sides side to falsify fflslt themselves themseles on onChe onthe onrime
the witness wine stand stmd he said it would be beimpossible beimplble bemposaihle
impossible for them to get around aroUd these theseletters thee theeleter theseetters
implble leter letters which were written from the theHeart theheart timemeart
Heart of Taggart to his wife and which whichicknowlsdged whichackowltsed whichecknowledged
ackowltsed icknowlsdged Taggrt that he hewas was in the wrong wrongMEETING wrongo wrongMEETING I
0 0MEETING
MEETING POSTPONED POSTPONEDWashington POSTPONEDW POSTPONEDWashington
Washington W alhlnJton Sept Jt a2The 12The The meeting meetng of ofhe ofthe ofhe
the he board bard of consulting consulfng engineers enginers of the theanama thePaama thePanama
Paama Panama anama canal cnal which was to have taken takenlac takenplaa takenlsoe
plaa lac lsoe In New York this moraine mornlni was wastostponed waspOtvoned wasostponed
pOtvoned tostponed on account of the inability Inabity of ofklr ofMr oflr
Mr klr Bates to complete a special report reportor roportfor
for or use We at the meeting meetng Some of the thenembor themembo thenembera
nembor returned to Washington last lasttight lat latnl lastsight
nl tight ht and others othor followed this morning morningt morningI
I It t has ha not yet been decided when the thelext thenext thetext
next meeting metns shall shal be held heldTAFT heldTAFT heldTAFT
TAFT PARTY PARTYAT AT PEKIN PEKINPekin PEKINP PEKINPekin
Pekin P kln Sept 11 llI 12Major Major jor General Corbin CorbinRear CorbinRer Corbintear
Rer Rear Admiral Train Miss Alice Alee Roose Roosevelt Roosevel Roosefelt ¬
vel felt and the other members of their party partyurlved partyarrved partytrrhved
urlved here this evening eveninG They Tey were weremet weremet werenet
arrved met by American Americn Minister llnlster Rockhlll RoclJ1 and andUs andhis andits
Us wife wife Baron Mumm lIurnm de Schwarzen Schwarzenitain Schwaren SchwarenataSn Schwarzenituims
itain Wu Ting Fang vice vice president preident of ofLite ofUM oftii
Lite tii Chinese Cllnoa board of foreign affairs affairsLiang atnlrs atnlrsMans affairsAug
Mans Fang and other notables notable Miss MissRooesvolt MissRQlvt1 MissRoosevelt
RQlvt1 Roosevelt is the the guest of Minister Rock Ropklill Rockhi RogkiilLand
hi lill iilLand ftnd family n nzuhlyqqd JIYi and Baron aron Mumm l umm Da Danffftalnlng DeSeh Doseveral
Seh nffftalnlng lialnlng several of oflit
the lit v vI3ltOrS njl 1 <
TWO MEN SEEN SEENRUNNING SEENRUNNING SEENRUNNING
RUNNING AWAY AWAYEire AWAYFie H HFire
Eire Fie at the Agricultural Agcutrl College Colege Was WasIncendiary WasIcendar WasIncendiary
Incendiary IncendiaryBAD Icendar IcendarBAD IncendiaryBAD
BAD BLOW TO INSTITUTION INSTITUTIONPRESIDENT INSTITUTIONPRESIDENT INSTITUTIONPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT KERR ABSENT AT AS ASGEORGE ArSTGEORGE ST STGEORGE
GEORGE GEORGESpecial GEORGESpeoial GEORGESpeeiai
Special to The Herald HeraldI Homtdl HomtdlLOGAN
I I OGAN Sept 12 lTha The fire tre at the te Agrl Agrlcultural AgriL grl grloulural
LOGAN L cultural oulural college clleo is the one absorbing ahjerbhngtopic absorbingtopic rln
topic tpic of conversation cnnrston hare today todayand toda todaand todayand
and comment is very er bitter bittr on account aeeountof aaunt aauntof
of the certainty crtanty in the te public publi mind that thatncendiarism thatIncendiarism thatincendiarism
Incendiarism was the cause cl of the blaze blazeUsing baz bazUsing MazeUsing
Using the Sherlock Holmes Holme process prCe of ofexclusion ofexclusion ofexclusion
exclusion there is J no tenable teb theory ter ol olthe otthe cCthe
the fires tros origin orl ln left lef except ecpt incendiarism incendiarismThere J incendiarismThere tm tmThere
There was no electricity electriciy in the building buildingat builing builingat
at all it bavin having been be shut off of at i oclock oclockThe ofo oclockThe
The only men worKmg worl wori g in the te building buildingduring biding bidingduring buildingduring
during the day were wee the foreman form < 1 of orthe ofthe ofthe
the different UrCerelt divisions dlvalons of the he mechanic mechanicarts m mechanicarts lhn lhnarts
arts department and an they had a small lal fire fireat flrt flrtat tireat
at 11 1 oclock in the morning in i order ti tiheat to toheat t theat >
heat a pot of glue but this fire was wm ft ftpletely ternpletely wmpletely
pletely extinguished extnguished before bfor noon nn and andanyway aDdanyway andanyway
anyway it I was wa where it could couk not save iiavespread savespread a n nspred
spred spread if I left burning burningMen burningMen burningMen
Men Seen Running Away AwayWhen AwayVhen AwayWhen
When fire was wa discovered dlover the whole wholebuilding whoebuiding wboebuilding
buiding building was aflame afame or rather rtr there tber was wasffre waSffre wasfire
ffre in every part of it I The Te Herald Herl cor correspondent er errtpondent correspondent ¬
respondent rtpondent was on the ground 3rund not n Ion Ionafter lOl bmw bmwafter
after the binge blnz was wa discovered dJsvee ami at atthat atthat atthat
that time tme fire fie was raging in t the thf rr r l > > ar r of ofthe orthe 01the
the building buiding in front raCng and in both bth wing wingBy wingBy in
B By the light lght of the fire fr it I could cud t > > plain plainly llaln llalnl Iairily ¬
l ly seen that some of the partitions ptiton In Intne InLne n ntne
tne building buiding were not badly burned burne then thenyet tb thenyet n nyet
yet the fire was was on both sides se of them themParties tenJ tenJParte theniParties
Parte Parties who noticed nOUce the blaze bIa before btfnrt tin tinfire thltire thtire
tire bell rang rng and were hastening h8tfil to it itassert itassert itissert
bel
assert that two men were seen sn running runningSown iuaningiowa un lnr
of the col college College cotlege ¬
Sown the steep hill hi southeast futbet
lege and the supposition supptlon is i that the in incendiaries il ilcondlaries it itrondiaries ¬
cendiaries after completing completn thejr tht Job rttreated rt r rtreted cctreated
treted treated to the big orchard or lard east eat of tin tinzollege thcol timrohhege
col zollege e and then escaped by going goD dowi dowiliill fowt fowthi dowttill
hi till into the upper eap part prt of Logan Ln hollow hollowThis honoThis hollowThis
This story is uppr being beln investigated InveUpte today todayInventory toY toYInventory toyInventory
Inventory Taken TakenAn TakenAn TakenAn
An inventory inventor taken tken today toay by Secretary SecretaryBeall Sretkry SretkryBeU SecretaryBeau
BeU Beau and Messrs ler McAlister and a Smart amrt t of ofthe o ofthe
the board boad of trustees truste shows the t damage damageto ct ctto damagto
to be approximately 934080 0 There Te was wa wtwi1000
515000 150 in buildings buidings and 2300 3 1n in equipment equipmentJ4000 eupmn t
J4000 0 worth of machinery was saved ved Tli Tlitotal TIl TIltotal Tlic Tlictotal
total insurance amounts amount to 719 l Nothing Nothingcan
can be done now until unt President Predent Kerr Kenreturns Kerrreturns Kerrreturns
returns from St George Gerg but there thre is islittle il S Slittle
lte little doubt that tht the board bar will wi then thn meet meetand Ineerand me meand
and ask permission permlslon of the state stat authors authorsties authorte authoruties
te ties to create creat a deficit defcit of 15000 OO0 0 in ordtrthat order orderthat ordfr ordfrthat
that the shops shps may be b rebuilt rebui at onc oncIt oe oeI oncFt >
I It Is a severe blow to the institution IttuUon but butif bu buI buIf
I if the state officers will wl give the college collegeIward ele coliegmard t tbard
bard Iward their support supprt it i wil speedily gve spUy recover recoverfrom rever reverfrom recoverfrom
from its It effects effectsCHOLERA etfet effectsCHOLERA 8 8CHOLERA
CHOLERA IN PRUSSIA PRUSSIAOfficial
Official Bulletin Buletin Reports Repor Eight New NewCases NewCases NewCases
Cases and Three Tllee Deaths For ForYesterday ForYesterday ForYesterday
Yesterday YesterdayBerlin YesterdayBerln YesterdayBerlin
Berlin Berln Sept 12The official offical bulletin blt is issued i isuod hccued ¬
sued today l1olln announced that th eight eht new newsases nwese newrases
ese sases of cholera cholera and three thre deaths d hud hudMen hudbe hadIen
be Men reported rrt durJn during the t twe te tweatyfot tweatyfotiodrs tyfoi tyfoilours COJ COJho >
ho lours rs ending1 QIuUnz today tday at noon n making m a atal l a01st
01st tal of IBScases 1 c and O I deathsThe deaths deathsi dean deani
ttal i The new oases C were wee as follow followMarienburg foio foiofaritnbur foliowiMarlenburg
Marienburg faritnbur 4 1 Graudenz GrUnz 1 Tuchel bl 1 1Yledenburg JFreenbur iPriedenburg
Freenbur Yledenburg 1 and Wirritx Wlrrt L 1 1 A suspfciou suspfciouMSO aiu aiucse
cse MSO has ha been ben an reported reprted at Brietx Bri a south southsrn luth luthern southtm
srn tm suburb of Tierlin Trln but it I is il not cholera choleraGraudenz clera cleraGraudenz choleraGraudenz
Graudenz Prussia Pruula Sept Sept 12 1 itA A man ma be beonging b beonging
onging to the Fourth regiment relmnt of Uh Uhans Uhlans Uhnsa
lans ans died die here today toay of cholera cbl Thit Thitvas Thlwas Thhwas
was the first frst aprnc appearance of o th t the disease dfceaswn dlas diseasethe
in n the regiment reiment The regiment rmnt wat watromptly wa waprompty wapromptly
prompty promptly > quarantined quarantinedBroraberg quaantne quaantneBromberg quarantieedBromberg
Bromberg Prussia Prsa Sept Sp 1 lThr 12Three 12Threeleaths ± Three Threeleaths
leaths from cholera choler occurred ourre in this thl ad adninistrative admlnistratve adninistrative
mlnistratve ninistrative district today todayPAT todays todayPAT todayPAT s
PAT CROWE CROt E VISITS LINCOLN LINCOLN3maha LINCOLNOmaha LINCOLNOmaha
Omaha Kidnaper Kdaper Walks Into Bryans BryansOffice BryansOffice BiyansOffice
Office But Soon S001 Afterward AfterwardDisappears AfterwaldDisappeas AfterwardDisappears
Disappears DisappearsLincoln DisappeasLincoln DisappearsLincoln
Lincoln Neb Sept 12Pat 12 tPt Pat Crowe Crowevanted Crwe Crwewanted Croweranted
wanted on a charge of kidnaping kdnpa the theIttle thelte theittle
lte Ittle son of Edward Edwar Cudahy m Omaha Omahavas OMahawas Omahayg
vas in Lincoln yesterday eerday and talked talke for furlalf forhalf forialf
half an hour with wih Richard Richar Metealfe Jletele as associate associate ascoclate ¬
sociate editor of William WIUam J Bryansommoner Bryans BryansCommoner Brans BransCommoner
Commoner ommoner He disappeared disappar just JU before beforehe bforr bforrthe beforethe
the he police polce heard hear of his hi presence prc here hererowa herrowe er erCrowt
Crowt rowe entered the Commoner office offc while whilseveral whip whipseerl whileeveral >
seerl several gentlmn gentmn who knew kne him were wer1here werpthere werehere
here and asked ake to see s Metealfe Metclfe alone alonerhere alonf alonerimere
There is no warrant warrnt out for his h arrrestend arrrest arrrestind arrrestand
and the police plc could only file fl a charge chargef chrge chrgeof
of If > f vagrancy varncy if they caught cught him himOmaha himOmaha himOmaha
Omaha Sept 12 1There 12There There is now a small smalleward smallreward OlH OlHr
r ward for Crowe but the large lars reward rewardoffered rward rwardofered rewardffered
ofered offered at the time tme of ofthe the Cudahy Cuday kid kidlaping kidnaplng kidsaplng
laping together with wih other othr rewards rwar of ofered ortered ofaced
aced by b the city and an county tont coomnt w were re with withIrawn wih wihdrawn withIrawn
Irawn in the hope hop that tha fugitive fugitiveYOU futtve futtvewould fugitivewould
would YOU Id surrender surrenderMr
Mr 111 Metealfe Metcle to whom Crow Crwe talked talkedstated tked tkedstte taIkdtated
stte stated over the long distance ditance telephone telephoneJiat telepone teleponethat
that Crowe had declared delare his hi intention intentionif Intton Inttonof
of if f surrendering surrenderin but the police plc here hert give giveittle ginltte giveittle
ltte ittle credence to Crowes pretension pretensioniCRIP preteno pretenoI pretenoSCRIP pretensloew3CRIP
I
SCRIP DIVIDEND DECLARED DECLAREDSheffield DECLAREDSheffeld DECLARED3hefflcld
Sheffeld Sheffield Iron and Steel Company in inGood inGood inGood
Good ConditionNew Condition ConditionNew ConditionNew
New York Sent 12 lThe 12The Tlie directors diretors of ofhe ofthe ofhe
the he SchlpssSheffield SchlpSheffleld Iron Steel Stel com company compuy cornmauty ¬
puy pany today toay declared delared a scrip srip dividend of of5o
2500000 5o on common cmmon stock stok payable pyable to tohe tothe tohe
the he common stockholders stokholder of the company companyct cmpny cmpnyOct
Oct ct 2 next next The Thl regular reglar quarterly divi divilend dividend diviLend
lend of lit 1 13 per cent cnt on its preferred preferre stock stockmd stockand stocknd
md the usual semiannual smiannua dividend dlv14en of ofy oflor
y per lor cent on Its lt common cmmn stock ek tock also alsovere al alsoiere o ow
w vere re declared decJare J N Wallace Walce president presidentif pedent pedentor
or if f the Central Trust frt company compny was ws elect electid eleeted electd
ed id a member of the executive eeutve committee committeeo emmltf emmltfto
to o fill the vacancy vacncy caused cus by the death det of ofVllllam ofllam ofVihhiam
fl
Vllllam E Strong StronsPresident Stron StrongPresident
President Preident llam E John C Maben abn of th the Schlos SchlosSheffield Shlos Seliloasheffleld
Sheffeld Sheffield company compny said sz that thlt this scrip scriplividend scripLividend srip sripdhidend
lividend to the common stockholders skhldors was wasnade waKmade wannade
nade to reimburse them for cash divi divilends dividends dlvilends
lends they might mlht have had since snc the theompany thecompany theompany
ompany was formed forme if earnings ernna had ha not noteen notben notkeen
In Initeail Intet Intoad
ben keen > diverted to the betterments bttermet
iteail toad of paying payingdivldends pying dividends dividend to the te commontook common commontook cmmon cmmonstock
tet
took the money had beenused ben ban u used to put puthe putthe puthe
the he business busines upon a better bttr basis bst About
8000000 0 0 had been ben expended expende Th Te The com comlany compaD cornany
paD any has outstanding 7500000 50 in common commonitock commonstock commontock
stock stockBURYING itockDRYING tockS tock3URYING S
i
DRYING VICTIMS VICTIMSOF VICTIMSOF VICTIMSOFTHEEARTHQUAKE
OF OFTHEEARTHQUAKE OFTHEEARTHQUAKEMontolone THE EARTHQUAKE EARTHQUAKEMontelbone EARTHQUAKEMontellone
Montelbone Italy Ia I v Sept li 1The 11The The work workif workof
of if f Montellone burying the bodies ble of tho those killed Jle in inhe il inhe
the he recent earthquake erthquake continues cntnue In the thetillages th thviage theillages
tillages tents and cabins cbins havi have been pro prodded provdedfor proIded ¬
viage vdedfor dded for the temporary temporr shelter sheler of the thelouseless thehousles thetouseless
housles louseless louselessAmong touselessAmong
Among the curious curiou phenomena phenomena are the thaveils tb tbwols therolls
veils of Piscopiq Plsoplo which are ae drying dring up upvhlle uPwhie upvhlle
wols vhlle those pf Santol antoi Noerle are ae over overlowine overflowing overlowina
whie flowing The torrent at Pateno Patno has be betome become beome
tome hot and ant Jhe the valleys valays are af bringing bringingtorth br1ngn br1ngnforth bglnglngorthi
forth now springs and andwatr water courses ceursasWILL coursesWILL u s sa sWILL
a
WILL BE RESUBMITTED RESUBMITTEDLondon RESUBMITTEDLndon RESUBMITTEDLondon
London Sept 12 1Le ItThe The British foreign foreignfflce foreig foreignffice
office Lndon has not taken any further frte action actionegurdlng acton actonregrding actioneurding
egurdlng the Anglo AngloGubaJbty AutgloCUbaJt Cuban treaty sincethe sincelie since sincehe
regrding the he Cuban senate nb nnte refused Te to t ratify rtlty It Itmt It it itiut
but mt it Is uiide uUdCto ummdemtood iteod that tat the lrt treatv will willto Wi willrttSlibmitatOd
T rttSlibmitatOd I to the th senate stnatt HI r Ha iK t in uext uextIW pextiTseian ext exts3lOn
1 iTseian s3lOn IW mJte When it is booed hODeJ here tiuct lct it itif n1lbC itllr
llr if 1lbC W ratified rtied

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