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The Chinese Prince and His Suite
Depart From Basic
He May He ItecrUril 1J Kmperar
William ut rotMlmii Accompanied
Onlj lijr nil Interpreter UlcKed
Solution if 11 Diplomatic nllllcnlt
BERLIN Sept 2 rrlnce Chun ana the
fifty Chinch ofllclals attached to his mis
sion started from Basle for this city by
a special imperial train at about 11 oclock
this evening The mission is expected to
remain a fortnight
The Ostaslatlschc Corrcspondcnz
which is published here states that Em
peror William of his own Initiative hid
Prince Chun informed that he would be
pleased to receive him at Potsdam ac
companied onlj by an interpreter Prince
Chun replied thanking his Majest for re
moving the difficulties of his position in
eo gracious a manner
This is one of many versions of how
the arrangement was achieved Another
story ascribes to Chancellor -von Buclow
the success of unraveling by diplomacy
the knot which Emperor William had im
periously tied when In a mailed list
mood by demanding humiliating formali
It is added that the chief opposition to
the Emperors demand came from YIng
Chang the Chinese Minister elect to Ger
man who declared that he would never
prostrate himself before the Emperor In
8smuchas a Minister who did would for
feit the right to be treated as an equal
by his diplomatic colleagues
It is announced that the mission has
Received and accepted Invitations from
the Governments of the United States
Great Britain ltal Belgium and Japan
to visit thoso countries
It is explained that no demand was
made that the prince bU mil enonall
kowtow before the Emperor inasmuch
as he Is of rojal blood The dlffculty
arose from the German demand that the
members of the princes mission should
perform acts of obcisxice to ihtivv that
they recognized Emperor William as be
ing of equal rank with the Emperor of
China Prince Chun is required to ex
press the Chinese Courts sincere regret
lor the murder of Baron on Ketteler
and to affirm that the Chinese Go em
inent had no part in the assassination
BASLE Sept 2 Seeral thousand yer
cons assembled tonight to witness the de
parture of Prince Chun and the i ther
members of the Chinese mission for Ber
lin A large number of police prevented
an one from entering the railway Union
where General Iloefner and other Ger
man officials received Prince Chun in the
roaI waiting room
Prince Chun conversed with the Ger
mans before toardinj the triln lie
traveled in a saloon carriage that was
decorated with Emperor Williams arms
A dining car is attached to tae trcln
tEKIN Sept 2 Eight hundred native
converts connected with the chapels of
the American Board of Foreign Missions
will celebrate the annlversar according
to the Chinese calendar of the relief of
Ptkln by the allied forces The day will
be -made a permanent festival of thanks
Herbert G Squlers Secretary of the
American Legation and Charge dAf
fatres during the recent absence of Mr
Conger has left Pckin for the United
Etatts It is said thai he will not return
hcjrc His career in Pekln has been high
ly creditable and he made an emiaulc
record during the siege His departure
Is much regretted by all the foreigners
ji ic jejmiieu inai ine Loun nas cameo
to Prince Chun instructing him to return
to China as soon as he discharges his
obligations in Germany It Is understood
that the Court Intends that YIng Chang
an officer accompaning Prince Chun
Ehall become Chinese Minister at Berlin
Humor Tlint n Nnnl IJIi islon Will
Go to Turkish Waters
TARIS Sept 3 1 a m -It is rumored
tonight that a naval division will be or
dered to Turkish waters today Tuesday
The French Goiernmenti Instruc
tions to Munlr Dcr
LONDON Sept 3 The Paris corrc
frpondent of the Morning Post sas that
Munlr Bey the Turkish Ambassador was
officially requested to Ieae Paris on Sep
tember 1
If he returns before a settlement of the
Franco Turkish dispute is reached It will
be against the wishes of the French Gov
The latter now considers that relations
with Turkey are completely broken off
although Munlr Bey was not given his
The Crew of J the Cromarty shire
Abandon Her lit Sen
CAPE TOWN Sept 2 The British ship
Cromartyshire bound from Lelth for
Delagoa Bay with a cargo of coal caught
Cre at sea Her crew abandoned her last
Saturday In three boats Sixteen men
landed at Cape bt Francis The captain
was drowned
On Sunday a steamer passed Cape St
Francis towing a ship that is supposed to
have been the Cromart shire
WllCll We ttcrt TlveulOiie Ku
thuslnstlcnlly Received
LONDON Sept 2 Nat Goodwin and
Marine Elliott more than duplicated their
American success in When We Were
Twenty One at the Comedy Theatre tonight-
Barely has an audience on a London
first night been more enthusiastic re
peated curtain calls being made
LlLel to Hcnsscnilile in October
With Gerjnnn Itepresentcd
LONDON Sept 2 A despatch to the
Cectrol News from Brussels sas that
the Sugar Conference which adjourndd
In 1S3 Is likely to rcarsemble in October
and that Germany and Koumanla will
participate in the meeting
AeMspnpers Declare it nn Inault to
the Amcrlenil People
HAVANA Sept 2 A French play
translated Into Spanish called The Pork
King or Uncle Sam was produced at
the Payeret Theatre on Friday nlgrt but
It was suppressed last night by order of
CJvIl Governor Nunez notwithstanding
the fact that It had been passed by the
Governor Nunez sas that the play is an
Insult to me American people and espe
cially American women
The Lucha called It an Infimmm
calumny In three acts Most of the
newspapers here condemn It as unjust
B O WmL End Trips
Tickets told Saturdays and Sundays far return
until following Honday at reduced rates from
Washington to Charlestow n Iredericlc Annapo
lis Junction and intermediate points
Sheathing- Lumber at only 123
reujh er drctscd by i Llluey i Co
Detail of the lleeent Capture of a
ltnilvwi Train
PUETOBIA Sept 2 About a hundred
Boers have attacked n Plctersbcrg train
twent lle miles north of Pretoria They
cunningly selected a dct p cut undermined
the railway and blew it up with Martini
mechanism which was placed beneath a
The men vho made the connection did
so premiturc ly nnd caused the explosion
while a trnln of trucks was passing ver
the point These t ucks had been placed
in front of the engine for the purpose of
saving the train proper from just such
an explosion Little damage was done
to the trucks
As soon as the explosion occurred the
Boers opened fire from the banks into
the armored trucks killing ten and
wounding seventeen men Lieutenant
Colonel Vandeleur gallantl stepped on
a platform to direct his men and was
shot and killed
A Dutch nursemaid was shot deliberate
ly by a oung Boer who knew her The
Boers took all the passengers valuables
and money and even their boots and
then burned the train
The attnek was made on a section of
the line south of Flnars which had never
before been interfered with The line Is
not fully protected by blockhouses the
sjstem being applied in places which arc
considered most in need of it The sys
tjm Is In use for a distance of about 2000
This attack was reported to the Brit
ish War Office by General Kitchener in
a brief despatch from Pretoria Satur
r Jfjjw i4jrtaias
Dr Krause cx Goicrnor of Jolinn
lieNhurKT Arrested in Loudon
LONDON Sept 2 DrKrause a prom
inent resident of the Transvaal and ex
Governor of Johannesburg has been ar
rested here on the charge of sp ing He
has been lo Great Britain for four months
and it is alleged that he has been secretl
forwarding information to the Boers He
hid been visiting Inverness and returned
to London this evening with his sister
Mrs Dixon who it is said is the wife of
a British officer
Detectives awaited Tilm at his hotel and
he was arrested when he alighted from
the carriage which brought him from the
railway station Dr Krause made no re
ply when the charge agilnst him was
read He seemed to be durafounded Mrs
Dixons baggage was searched but she
was not detained ahd remains at the ho
tel where she is In a prostrated condi
Dr Krause was taken to Bow Street
He will be charged before a magistrate
tomorrow It was JDr Krause who sur
rendered Johannesburg to General Rob
erts in June 1900 He took the oath of
The Daily Mall sas It is likely that
Dr Krauses extradition will be demand
ed and that he will be tried in South Af
rica The paper believes that his arrest
Is intimately connected with the recent
paroling of Mr Merriman an Afrikand
er Uond leader after his arrest on his
farm at Stellenbosch near Cape Town
Reported AKrcement on Our Offer
for the W est Indies
LONDON Sept 2 A despatch to a
news agency from Copenhagen today as
the new Danish Mlnlstr has decided to
accept the United States offer of 10000000
kroner 42SS000 for the Danish West In
dies thus announcing as an accomplished
fact what recent despatches said the Min
lstr would do
An American Woiinn Placed Under
Arrest In London
LONDON Sept 2 Marie Josephine
Eastwick thirty three ears old stylish
y drcssedand supposed to be an Ameri
can was arraigned here today on the
charge of attempting to defraud a BtocK
broker named Beacon of LOuO
According to the complainant she
showed American securities which were
seemingly tirst class of the nominal value
of 600000 and later she Bald that she
had lOuO shares of the Canadian Pacillc
Railway She requested a loan on her
securities and the broker agreed to ad
vance her money Later it was discov
ered that a Canadian Pacific certlilcato
for five shares had been raised
The proper types and lnrfs had been
used but the person who had altered
the certificate had neglected to change
the revenue stamps the law calling for
a shilling stamp for each 400 This led
to the discovery of the swindle The wo
mui was living with her sister at a fxsh
ionablc hotel A hen she was arrested
on Triday she said
I have no defence to make
A witness testified that the woman told
him she had cabled to a Philadelphia
banker to break open her strong box and
forward her securities to her Later she
showed the broker a cable despatch from
Philadelphia in which the banker refused
to do as she requested She said she had
subsequently sent to America for securi
ties amounting In value to 40000
Eastwick Is the daughter of Ed
ward S Eastwick and a niece of Andrew
M Eastwick who lives nt 5901 Elm
Avenue Philadelphia From her mothers
estate Josephine and her sister inherited
considerable propert Josephine and
Huldah became estranged from their fa
ther and other members of the famll and
went to New Orleans to live Thence they
went to London about three earn ago
Havng finished a tour of Europe they
returned to this country and for borne
time lived In New York
There Josephine became Infatuated with
the stock m irket and lost a great deal
of money The worry caused by thla
broke down her health A hen she recov
ered she and Huldah went to Washing-
ton Tills was In the winter of 1SS3 1W0
and during that period the lived very
quietly Early last spring she and Hul
dah returned to London
The mania for speculation seized her
again and she is said to have had large
dealings with New York brokers by cable
Again she lost and It is presumed hero
that her losses affected her mind and
the forger vvas the result
Two IlepreKenintlv eK of the Clinl
leuirinfr Club to SuII
LONDON Sept S -Colonel Crawford
and Mr McGlldovvnej representatives of
the Hoal Ulster Yacht Club through
which Sir Thomas Llpton challenged for
the Americas Cup will sail for New York
on the steamer
G A It- National Enenmpnieiit
Cleveland nnd Ian tiiiericnu Ux
ponltion ilutTnlo 1 la II A O It It
Official route Ticleta valid going September
8 to 12 valid returuiiiK until 1511a except by
deposit ard raiment ol fee of M cents limit
ir ay be extended to October b Hate to Cleve
land and return direct ill To Cleveland and
return Tia UufTalo S15 23 Ma Huffalo both
way 18 SO Tickets and information can be
had at II O II II offices and of G A It
IInn llnilnrm Co I leer Sth nnd K
Business Shorthand Tpewrltlne 25 a year
Dressed ifbardu onI 9125 per lOO
ft for sheathing- at ClU and Y arc
Not Allowed to Return to the jIc
Keesport Llant
Strikers Surround the Men nnd
llmpt Their Dinner Ialli Into the
MreelH TalU of Iaipeaehlair Maj
or Illuek for ItefiiKlutr Protection
MKEESPOUT Pa Sept 2 The -violence
of the steel strike in this city was
exhibited here this morning when 300 or
400 tube workers who attempted to re
turn to their work in the National Tube
Works were driven back by a crowd of
strikers Dinner buckets were torn from
the hands of the men and the contents
spilled Into the streets after which the
empty bucketE were returned to the
M ior Black did not furnish police pro
tection for the men who wanted to go to
work Not a policeman showed up during
the demonstration although hundreds of
strikers were gathered about the main
entrance to the plant and were busy for
half an hour or more stopping the men
going Into the mill None of the tube
workers got in
Even the machinists and repair gangs
who vvorhetl all last week without molesta
tion were halted this morning and notified
that their entranee to the mills would
precipitate a riot in which the would be
sure to get the worst of It Not more than
a couple of dozen men got into the mill
und these got into the mill at other places
The several hundred other men returned
Co their homes and today the great mill
vvas as empty of workmen as it was the
da after the great strike begin
There is talk that Ma or Black may be
impeached for his acts relative to this
strike and that this disturbance of today
will furnish the basis for one of the
counts in the indictment
The officials at the United States Tin
Plate Works are preparing to- start that
plant within a couple of days The exact
date is not known but itr Is believed to
be Wednesday of this week A few hours
before the start is to be attempted an
official notice will be sent to Mayor Black
and protection will be denjandedfor the
property of the tin platq company and
for the workmen who desire to go baek
to work
The ma or has already sal J he will not
give this protection andlfthat the city
police will not be allowed to do duty
about the mills If he refuses to give
the protection asked fotr when the mill
Is ready to start this refusal will be made
the bass for the ilrst coun In the- In
dictment Following this the company
will make no furthcrjittempt to start but
will refer the impeachment proceedings
to the proper tribunal and will appeal to
Governor Stone Governor Stone has
promised that In the event of Mayor
Black refusing to do his duty he will
send troops to the city
The talk of Impeachment against Mayor
Black is the result of a conference held
between that official and officials of the
tin plate works last Triday afternoon in
the directors room of one of the banks
of this city Ma or Black was sent for
He was at his office and was asked to go
to the bank When he arrived he found
the president of the bank George Craw
ford manager of the tin plate works and
a fourth person who Is not known The
ma or demandu what vvas wanted of
We want to know what protection ou
purpose to offer in case we attempt to
start our mills Sunday night or Monday
morning replied Crawford
None whatever replied the mayor
The police of McKeesport are paid by
the taxpaers and are not the property
of the corporations
Do the corporations pay taxes Into the
city treasury he was nicked
The ma or did not answer this question
Will jou swear In a dozen men whom
we shall select If we agree to pay the
expense of carrjlng them on the police
rolls was the next question asked his
I will not he replied decidedly I
have all the police 1 need novvI have
Increased the force largely bythe addi
tion of a number of good men and am per
fectly able to take cartrffthe clt with
those I have I need no mqru police and
do not want an
This practically ended tlej interview
The mayor was informed that no attempt
would be made to start Monday morning
but that one would be midu soon
The open hearth department at Du
quesne was running today although
slightly crippled The strikers express
themselves as satisfied with the results so
Davis member of the advisory committee
and the executive board of the Amalga
mated Association said In an interview
If wo had known what we do now the
last offer of the United States Steel Cor
poration at the Hotel Lincoln conference
in July would prob vbly have been accept
ed However that Is past and gone and
we arc now in a fight with the corpora
Some of the people who have been in
side and others out of the organization
are now urging on us that the strikers be
ordered back to work and a practical sur
render of the Amalgamated Association
made This will never be We will en
force recognition of our national organi
zation by the United States Steel Corpor
ation The fight has beh on now In ear
nest since the middle of Jul and not
twenty of our members have deserted
Most of these are men In tho Painter mill
of the American Steel Hoop Company
new members and six or seven colored
men nt the Clark mills None of our men
ha ve gone Into the Star mill where the
combine expected defection becaubo of
the long Idleness
Officials of the American Tin Plate
Company In the Carnegie building said
that many men tin plate workers Con
tinue to apply for places in the mills but
that they fear the molestation or the
President Shaffer was questioned to
night at his home ns to the truth of the
statement of J D HIckcy as reported
from Milwaukee today that the Steel
Trust had offered In consideration of the
acceptance of Its terms that in two ears
all the mills of the trust would be in
cluded in the wage agreement
It is not true said Shifter
Mr Shaffer made n speech nt the Labor
Day picnic at Boss Grove He slid many
men suffered for the necessaries of life
and this wis chicflv because some men
have too much of this worlds goods-
more thin they could hive earned hon
estly In a lifetime Then he burst out
If the mighty trant sitting on the gold
If 10 Inn Anierlfnu Exposition llx
enrnlon Via II A O It It Sept I
Philadelphia thenee leldgh Valley lloute
Leave Washington 7 03 a in arrive IIuUjlo 9 15
p m Through parlor cars Secure seats in
adrance Tickets cood returning within seven
dirs Similar eictriionn September 10 19 05
October 1 10 16 22 and 31
Interest raid on deposit subject to check
Banking dept Union Trust Storage Co H14 F
Beat nouBli OonriU 13 per lOO I
ft all S laches wide IalW Co v
Tt SZSkmnnmsf t
He tOadrnijtpn Wimt
throne In Wall Street Ehould descend to
the humbler walks of life and grip the
Amalgamated Association by the throat
and try to strangle It to diath our labor
organizations would rise push the mon
ster bnck and say You are might but
hold for he is our brother
tu Unprovoked AtfnelL ou n eirro
holdier at Iluliurc
PlTTSUUmi Pa Sent 2 William
Jones a negro soldier Jusr returned from
the Philippines narrowly escaped death
at the hands of a mob Of ttiikers of the
Star Tin Plate plant hero if day
Jones had a letter to deliver fiom a
comrade to Frederick Vnck He learned
that Pack vvas employed In the Star plant
and starte d to the placo to deliver his
letter at the office of the mill Ihe strik
ers pickets thought Jonea was nn appli
cant for work and followed him calling
to other strikers to Join
The began to hoot at Jonfir rnd he
turned around and asked for an explana
tion The negro started to run when
death was ihrsatcaed ibjr the stiikers
The mob umllled htm end ho was
thrown down and kicked
John McKInney a firenap ran froir the
engine house and Jones vvas hurrrd into
the house The moJ soon d jarted ap
parently but vhen Joni cami out and
started up the strctfha was araln sur
rounded and strucU with clones and
bricks knocked dovnnl kiclud
Police Lleutenint fvitan jimpcd oft a
street car and hustlel din into the en
gine house A ziot callj vvas nt ii and
Jones was rescued by a squad of police
AVhccIinfr Steel Men Expect the
Strike tn End Soon
WHEELING TV Va Sept 2 Develop
ments of the last six hours indicate that
there is a movement among the Amalga
mated lodges portending a united effort
to settle the strike It Is known that at
the meetings of the lodges of this part of
the Ohio Valley on Sunday letters were
read and discussed bearing on a settle
ment What these letters contained none
of the leaders will say but Vice President
Larkcns of the Second district said to
night that the cloud had a silver lining
One distrit leader has intimated that
if matters Jtrogrcss In the channels they
have taken the strike will be settled ad
vantageously to the men Lending color
to the strike adjusfment report is the fact
that members of the Executive Commit
tee expect to he called in secret confer
ence in Pittsburg this week
District leaders admit that tills may be
the last v eO cf le struggle but beyond
this will not speak definitely
Mitchell Charicea the Companies
Witli Hrenklnic Contracts
SCBANTON Pa Sept 2 In address
ing the united labor organizations at Lake
Lodore today John Mitchell president or
the United Mine Workers made some
pointed statements Among other tilings
he said
The metropolitan papers have sent rep
resentatives to see whether I would say
an thing on the steel strike and they have
taken occasion to commend a recently
published article on the validity of con
tracts The United Mine Workers who
are Ihe strongest single band of organiz
ed labor In the world Ejand today as al
was In favor of the Ftilct observance of
contracts It is said that the steel work
ers hav e v iolated their contracts 1 am
not authorized by President Shaffer to
speak for the organization but I believe
that the steel workers had slmpl a
choice between a strike nnd Ignominy
Mr Mitchell said thai Jit the non union
mills men received 25 per cent less than
at the union mills and Uhen went on
The steel strike Is m own and that of
ever man who toils Much depends on
this strike for the same men who own
the steel mills control ttie anthracite coal
and if the steel workers should be de
feated the capitalists would turn their
guns on us next If tner is anything that
you can do which will contribute toward
the success of the strikeifis Our solemn
duty to do It
After stating that the -United Mine
Workers are as a rule opposed to strikes
Mr Mitchell added
But where the employers refuse to
meet their men and discharge commit
tees who wait on them then there may
be cause for a strike and if we strike wo
will strike as we did last ear all to
gether and to stay out until we win
The agreement that womade with the
companies last April has been kept In
violate by us but has been broken time
and again by the companies If they
break It what claim Is there on us to keep
it I do not want to convey the Impres
sion that wc arc going to strike agtln
but the contract must be kept or we are
not going to work
Mr Mitchell then went on to speak
stiongl against the Incorporation of la
bor unions He said it is a device of the
corporations to get the labor orginiza
tions Into court The violation of a con
tract by one member iwould if incorpo
rated make the entire union liable he
Denver MvrMiiiperM Indiilfre In Hit
ter Attuekn on Each Other
DENVER Col Sept 2 In answer to a
stinging criticism of the action of the
district court in discharging live men in
cluding the owners of the Denver Post
charged with attempting to bribe a Jur
the Post tonight publishes a riot of in
vective directed against Senator T M
Patterson limited only by the writers
vocabulir Several libel nnd contempt
cases will follow in which Senator Iat
terson will be represented by Senator II
M Teller and Judge James Belford
Among other things the Post sas
The attack of this moral degenerate
Thomas M Patterson In esterd 1 s
News upon Judge- John I Mulliiis of
the district court was the most coward
ly x nwarrantcd outrageous and inde
cent attack ocr made upon a worthy cit
izen and upright Judge
The language In the News which
called for this retort lsIn part
Ihe crime for which tho live defend
ants were on trial tlfaugh the most atro
cious sort of murder which men could
commit pales Into yellotvness In the face
of the crime which the Judge of the court
committed when he finall discharged the
defendants Ills has been a continuous
crime commeneirg when the Anderson
Jury retired to consider their verdict and
he left the city and the Juiy to be treely
manipulated by those selected to bribe
thim into the eonvletlon of Anderson
Prdn and itturla SeiiKhnre Ex-
curHloiiN Via Penim Ivanln Itnll
Hclnun VVa hington and Atlantic Citj Cape
Mav Sea Isle City and Oj ean City J J 0 O
round trip Tickets on sale for all trains Kri
daS and Saturdays good to return until follow
ing Tuesday List selling diU Septemler 11
The Public In Invited flu A Itli lTn
to heNiipeake llencli Thurxilii
September 5
And help kell our Christinas Chanty Kund
tine time for all AIma Temple Noblis of the
M8tlc Shrine
Kiln dried Slientlilnr Jfl per lOO
It dressed or rough atCtli and it Y avc
ga j
Passengers From the Interior Re
port the Rebels Everywhere
The Government Troops Snld to Be
AVnvcrlnic Strict SnperrlHlon Kept
Over All Trnieler Denial of
An ltcvolntlon In Venezuela
NEW YORK Sept 2 Francls B Loo
mls who was formcrlr United States
Minister to Venezuela arrived today on
the steamship Vaderland from Lisbon
Portugal which Is now his official post
On his arrival nt the Grand Hotel he
found several letters from friends and
business men in Caracas Some of them
had been written as recently as ten days
ago and one spoke of the great unrest of
the people of Venezuela over the possi
ble conflict with Colombia When asked
if Jie had nn thing to say concerning the
trouble between the two South American
Republics Mr Loomis replied
I left Venezuela last April so I am
really not prepared to talk about this
matter Of course of one thing ou may
be certain and that is that our Govern
menUls thoroughly informed upon the
situation and that our interests will not
suffer from a lack of care on its part
Speaking of the two Republics gen
erally Mr Loomis said he did not think
either could well afford to go to war now
on account of their poor financial condi
Passengers who arrived today from
Cartagena Colombia on the steamer Al
tai expressed the belief that the Govern
ment of Colombia will before long get it
self into trouble with the United States
for persecuting the acting Consul at that
port A few weeks ago Mr Ingersoll the
Consul left Cartagena on a leave of ab
sence placing a Colombian in charge of
the office He was1 warned
not to take this step as the man In
question is a pronounced Liberal
The Colombian authorities now profess
to be greatly Incensed at what they be
lieve to be a deliberate affront and they
refuse to recognize the Colombian as
United States Consul
An American who was a passenger on
tho Altai had returned Just before sail
ing from the Interior of Colombia where
he has large Interests He said
I came down to the coast by way of
the Slnu RIvcrr and the Rebels seemed
to bo ever where The Governments
greatest concern s the return of General
Uribc Uribc to Colombia I heard from a
good source that he haeJ2000 men In his
command Tho Government troops are
themselves In a state bordering on rebel
lion It appears to me that the Conserva
tives are doomed this time
That the Colombian officials are alarmed
over th situation is evident from the
strict rules which have been adopted at
Cartagena and other ports regarding the
arrival and departure of passengers
Ever one departing from Cartagena is
thoroughly searched before boarding the
steamer as are those who arrive Letters
are opened Indiscriminately
Luther T Ellsworth United States Con
sul at Puerto Cabello Venezuela nnd
George MacDonald who Is interested in
the asphalt deposits at Maracalbo were
passengers on the steamer Philadelphia
In today from La Guara Both denied
the existence of a revolution in Venezuela
and also did not think much of the waf
talk between Venezuela and Colombia
Roosevelt on Amerlcns Pluee In the
Iamll of ZVntlom
ST PAUL Minn Sept 2 Vice Presi
dent Roosevelt opened fhe fort -second
annual fair here this morning and there
was the largest attendance In the history
of the fair In addition to being Hough
Rider Da it Is also Labor Da and the
stores and factories sent thousands of
workmen who could not attend under
other circumstances
The Vice President was met at the de
pot early in the morning escorted to the
hotel by the Rough Riders Club and
then went to the State fair ground He
made an address nnd then held a review
of the stock exhibit which was1 lined up
for his inspection
Mr Roosevelt said In part
Our nation while first of all seeing to
Its own domestic well being must not
shrink from playintr its part among the
great nations without We may be cer
tain of one thing whetherawe wish it or
rot we cannot avoid hereafter having
duties to do In the face of other nations
All that we can do is to settle whether we
shall perform these duties well or 111
Right here let mo make as vigorous a
plea as I know how in favor of saving
nothing that we do not mean and of act
ing without hesitation up to whatever
we say in private life there are few be
ings more obnoxious than the man who
is Rlwas loudly1 boasting and If the
boaster Is not prepared to back up his
words his position becomes absolutely
So It Is with the nation It is both fool
ish and undignified to indulge in undue
self glorification and above all in loose
tongued denunciation of other peoples
Whenever on any point we come in
contact with a foreign Power I hope that
wc shallplwas strive to speak courteous
1 and respectfully of that foreign Power
Let us make it evident that we intend to
do Justice
Then let us make It equally evident
that we will not tolerate Injustice being
done to us In return Let us further make
It evident that we use no words which we
are not prepared to back up with deeds
and that while our speech is alwas mod
erate we are ready and willing to make
It good Such an attitude will be the
surest possible guarantee of that self
respecting peace the attainment of which
Is and must ever be the prime aim of
self governing people
lllis is the attitude we should take as
regards the Monroe Doctrine There Is
rot the least need of blustering about It
Still less should It be used as a pretext
for our own aggrandizement at the ex
pense of any other American State But
most emphatically we must make it evi
dent that we Intend on this point ever to
maintain the old American position In
deed It is hard to understand how any
man can take ny other jwsitton now
that we are all looking forward to the
building the Isthmian canal
The Monroe Doctrine Is not Interna
tional law but there Is no necessity that
It should be All that Is needful is tint it
should continue to be a cardinal feature
of American policy on this continent and
the Spanish American States should In
their own interests champion It as
strongl as we do Commercially as far
as this doctrine Is concerned all we wish
Is 11 fair field and no favor but If we nro
wise we shall strenuously Insist that un
der no pretext whitsoever shall there be
an territorial aggrandizement 01 Amcri
ean soil by any European Power and this
no mutter what form the territorial ag
grnndiztment may take
General Miles was In the grandstand
with Colonel Itoosevelt Both officials in
spected a regiment of Mlnnesotn volun
teers in the afternoon nfter which they
went to Minneapolis where a banquet
was tendered them
lermnnjx fronn Prlnre llelurns
LONDON Sept 2 The Crown Irlnce of
Germ my who has been v Isltlng England
will start for Berlin this evening
Ihe Public Is Invited to Go IVItli
AlnuiH Temple ulile of the Mystic
To Chesapeake Uracil Thurtuuv September 5 and
have a rojal good time and help swell the toliriu
eis Christmas Cnarity Kund
Norfolk A tViiKulnutnii Steiiiiibont Co
Delightful trips dall at 0 SO p m from foot
7th st to Old Point Norfolk la Ueach Ocean
View and ewport ews For bchedule see page 7
c Hoards lirlRiit l 1 per lOO
ft rough or dressed b Libbe 4 Co
sa --
Conducts n Fake gmashlnic Tonr
for Adtcrtlslwr Purposes
NEW YORK Sept 2 Mrs Carrie Nn
tlon appeared early at Police Headquar
ters today for the purpose of Interviewing
Deputy Chief Devery The cx chief waa
evidently warned for he did not puMn an
appearance This attempt at sensational
ism falling Mrs Natlcn gave New York
a tame sample of her saloon smashing
tactics by arrangement with a saloon
keeper who also wanted a free advertise
In the course of this raid three or four
glasses were broken while the police
looked on amused and did not interfere
The appearance or Mrs Nation was the
signal for a crowd to gather in the office
of her guide The lecturer said she had
been treated well here with one excep
tion She had entered one saloon this
morning with the purpose of warning the
Inmates against the devil she said and
had been ejected by two policemen As
the crowd gathered about her there were
calls for a speech with the result that
the old homily against smoking was re
Does smoking make a man unfit for
holding public office she wes asked
Yes she replied
What do ou think of President Mc
Klnley whose frequent use of tobacco Is
well known Oh McKlnloys no good
was the lecturers reply
Why dont jou show us how ou
smash saloons put in a reporter of a
yellow Journal who was afraid of falling
thhlnd Mrs Nation retorted Will yuu
stand back of mo nnd pav my fine if I
do No offer being made she contin
ued Thats Just the way it was out
A happy thought occurred to the guide
Just then he ran to a nearby saloon and
after a confidential chat with the barten
der returned nnd assured Mrs Nation
that he had found a Joint that she
could smash without fear of conse
quences as the owners were willing to
have a few cheap glasses broken for an
advertsement but she must not go into
th business wholesale
Led by her press agent and followed by
aerowd of at least 2o0 persons Mrs Na
tion proudly marched to the nearest
loon There one of the bartenders oblig
ingly placed on the bar three beer glasses
which customers had Just emptied
Sweeping the glassware to the floor Mrs
Nation waved her arm wildly and shout
ed Give me some more this Is the dev
ils work and Im going to stop it
As the damasre was slicht the barten
der generously put out another glass with
tne polite invitation tnat nation
have a drink on the house This glass
was promptly sent to Join the others in
fragments on the floor and Mrs Nation
left in triumph
At last accounts the old woman from
Kansas was advancing on Coney Island
uttering direful things
Many Republicans Dissatisfied vAIlh
the State Ticket
CUMBERLAND Md Sept 2 Repub
licans dissatisfied with the alleged slate
made ticket of ex Governor Lowndes and
Representative George A Pearre are
organizing a formidable bolt A commit
tee has been formed with Wright Bueo
Iock late Republican candidate for the
city council as secretary
Senator Wellington is also opposed to
most if not all of the ticket The bolters
have a list of 400 in Cumberland who have
issued a circular containing a list of
Democrats from which they ask that
party to select their nominees at their
convention on Wednesday
A circular sevfrel -attacking
ernor Lowndes for his alleged refusal to oclock
strikers of the Amalgamated Association
was issued toua
The Bird Gives a South Carolina
Man a Ilnrd Battle
CHARLESTON S C Sept 2 A large
American eagle which was captured near
here after It had whipped a catamount
was brought to Charleston and placed in
a cage from which it had to be moved
today The owner advertised for a brave
man willing to overpower the bird with
out weapons
II J Welch a piano tuner agreed to
undertake the Job and a crowd surround
ed the building to watch the event
Welch first endeavored to throw a sack
over the eagles head but this failed and
the eagle showed signs of tight The door
was quickly opened and Welch rushed in
He seized the eagle by the legs but it
gave a swift lunge toward the door pass
ing1 out and dragging the would be cap
tor with him AVelch was dragged twenty
feet when the eagle turned and a des
perate fight followed
Welch was getting the worst of the con
flict but bystanders interfered and the
eagle was crippled and suoved into an
other cage
An Elaborate Celebration Held
the Unions of the Citj
RICHMOND Va Sept 2 The Labor
Daycelebration here was marked by sev
eral noticeable features The parade was
nearly twice as big as ever before In
the line were about 113 organized union
men nearly all In uniform A strong
showing was made by the bakers union
which recently won a strike All the
bakers deliver wagons were In line with
the union label dlsplaed
The contrast was great between the
showing of the machinists union this
car and last Lam ear the machinists
of the locomotive works Ship ards
and other machine workers had big In
dustrial floats in line Ilu machinists lost
a strike since then and todav their ranks
were thin and there were 110 floats Many
of the old men went elsewhere during
the s trik and mar of the fLees In line
today were new ones
Besides the parade toda the celebra
tion consltted of athletic contests speech
es a dinner and a ball tonight There
were thousands of visitors and excur
sionists here toda and the Federal
State and municipal offices were closed
The Itecelve llnce s of Honor in
the Atlnntn Iaraile
ATLANTA Ga Sept 2 In the Labor
Day parade today the negro unions oc
cupied places of honor in the ranks and
were the recipients of hetrt cheers
At the head of the procession rode Gov
ernor Candler with the President of the
Senate Clark Howell On the grounds at
Grant Park the negro unions were also
taken care of In the sime manner as the
Throughout the daj there w is not a
single exhibition of Jim Crowlsm
Ocean Steamship Mov eiuenls
NEW YORK Sept 2 Arrived Steam
ers Vaderland Antwerp Minneapolis
London Bovic Liverpool Ollndn Han
sen Cardenas August is Arrived out
Steamers MInnehah 1 from New York at
London Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse from
New York at Southampton
To IlulTiilo nnd Itcliirn ifio
Via Pemiss Ivanln Itnilroail
Tan Vmenean excursion will leave VValiinjj
ton by KpecUl ttain at S V M Tliursda vp
temlwr 5 TieWets good returning n anj train
witlun seven dajV including date of sale mil
iar excursions H ptemUr 11 17 20 Oitobir 1
8 17 23 and 29
Special Sleeper for Ueer PnrL
Ma II i 0 It It- on train leaving Washington
110 a m Saturday mglit and return on train
leaving Deer Park 12 31 a m Sandars nghta
Price One Cent
The Columbia Once More Demon
strates Jlcr Superiority
She Lends the Constitution lr
Third of a Mile When the Time
Limit Expires Pinky Wind
Prcnlls ThrnuRtont the llnce
NEWPORT R I Sept 2 For Hve hours
and a half today the Constitution and
Columbia sailed trying to cover a course
thirty miles In length They had succeed
ed In getting within two miles and a half
of tho finishing line when the time limit
expired and they were towed In trial
was an unsatisfactory one from nil points
of view The wind waa so light that at
times the yachts hardly had teerago
way The Columbia again showed that
she Is a better boat than the new jacht
This too was demonstrated In weather
tha has always shown the Constitution
at her best
The course was triangular ten miles to
a leg The first leg was laid to windward
and the wind was not stronger than five
knots an hour at tho start On the first
leg it hauled a couple of points and then
backed to its original quarter At one
ilrne It got up to about a seven knot
strength but then it died away again
and when the second mark was reached
there was a Paddys hurricane and
there was not n ripple pn the waler
The boats had an even start with the
Constitution In the windward position It
was expected that she would at once
show some of her original form and draw
away from the Columbia but she did not
She pointed fully as high as the Columbia
but that boat lifted out to windward with
every puff and after two minutes sailing
the Constitution took the port tack and
the Columbia a few seconds later followed
and had taken the weather position from
the Constitu lon
They held the port tack for twenty three
minutes and the wind hauled more to tha
south giving the Columbia a slisht lift
For some time the wind was very fluky
The Columbia gained all the time and at
the windward mark she was leading by
four minutes fffty flve seconds They
started on the second leg with big jib
topsails to reach the ten mile stake but
when half the leg had been sailed the
wind backed enough to enable them to
carry balloon Jib topsails On this leg the
Constitution made a gain of twenty five
At the second mark the Columbia after
gybing set a solnnaker to port it wan 1
gued well forward and It did not draw
at alL Captain Rhodes profited by this
and although the Constitutions spin
naker pole was lowered the big sail was
not- used The Constitution luffed out to
windward of the Columbia and was slow-
ly picking her up Then the Columbias
spinnaker was lowered and with hardly
any wind but with a favoring tide the
two drifted toward the lightship
The Constitution Improved her position
and at 5CS oclock she passed the Colum
bia and drew ahead until she led by about
a quarter of a mile There seemed ery
little prospect of the racers finishing
within the time limit but shortly after t
oclock the wind freshened and the Co
lumbia soon drew up on the Constitution
and she was again the leading boat at
620 oclock The wind had come too late
and when thetiroe limit expired at 630
the Columbia was leading by
aboui thinl of a mile and she was two
ana one half miles from the finishing line
The two achts were towed in and It
was dark when thev reached their moor
Commodore Lewis Cass Ledyard enter-
tained Sir Tooraas Llpton and his friends
at dinner tonight They were Invited to
meet the memlwrs of the challenge and
regatta committees and some other well
known yachtsmen -
After dinner Sir Thomas and his party
boardetl the Erin and that yaeht started
for Sandy Hook
The Vanderbllts Making Efforts
Maintain Yew Yorks Tonnage
NEW YORK Sept 2 Contracts let for
piers marine repair shops and a new
ferryhouse and slip at Weehawken N J
call attention to the great Improvements
now being made by the New York Central
and Hudson River Railroad on its prop
erty along the west side of the -North
River These improvements represent an
expenditure of more than 3000tfo and
will be complctd within two jears
The outlay by the Vanderbllt interests
is a result of theletermlned efforts which
are being made by Baltimore iuufalo
Newport News and Norfolk to compete
and if possible control foreign shipments
of this country along the Atlantic coast
The enormous tonnage which Is being
shipped from these ports was once in
cluded in the shipping tonnage of New
York and it will explain In large part the
determination of the roads here to make
every effort so that the metropolis shall
hold its position as the greatest shipping
port in this country
For this reason the New York Central
has determined to constructssuch terminal
facilities that New York will not only
hold Its Immense tonnage for foreign im
port but will greatly increase it
Surrounded in n llonse the linn lte
fuseil to leld
NEW ORLEANS Sept 2 Ralrd Miller
known as Baho was killed by a sheriffs
posse near Jennings last night Miller
killed Joseph B Bertrand on Thurda in
a most cold blooded manner
Bloodhounds were put on his track but
could not locate him Yesterda the sher
iff vvas informed that Miller was at the
house of his wife whom he had dverted
eight jears previously posse went
there and founu Miller armed with a shot
gun He refused to surrender and they
shot him to death
Miller spent some time in the insane
asylum and was not believed to be wholly
rccov ered
The Son of nn Vtlnntn
Irlelnn Killed
ATLANTA Ga Sept 2 John Elliott
twelve ear old son of Thomas Elliott
chief electrician jtt the electric plant of
tho Atlanta Railway and Power Compan
vvas killed this afternoon at Angir Avenue
and the Boulevard
As the corner was reached the car gave
a sudden lurch tho boy fell from the
front end and before it was known tc
an one he was being ground to death be
neath the wheels
SI Ol ll vciirslon to Frederick Hil
irerstovvn Winchester
fron n ft O II n Station 7 wmda
September S ItetiirnuuT leave llaseriiowu ard
Winchester fff M anil Irederuk 7 I 11 fame
day lou can anonl to talte jour lamny en 1111
trip Vctomniodationa lor an iraiu nops
intermediate Uit
Flooring Lumber Llln drlel If IA1 Carpenters lists hid on
per 100 ft tonauiU W crowed cth X 1 av suburban eottages by 1 Libber s Co
Seashore- Wcek Knd Trips 0
Via 1 O It It
Beginning July 5 all trains Frulars a
urdajs good to return until following
to Atlantic City Capo lr S lsc C
Ocean City 6 for the round trip
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