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VOL VIII NO 142 PENSACOLA FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING MORNINGJUNE JUNE 13 1905 PRICE 5 5C G g TS
iUSSIAANO RUSSIA AND JAPAN WILL WILLTRY W WILLTRY t tTRYTO
TRY TRYTO TO C0NCLUDE CON CLUOE PEACE PEACEjapan PfACIpo
po poJapan
japan Expected Exp cted to Submit lIbmitHtJl Her Views v Viewsjs w MS to toTime toTime toTimo
Time and Place of McetlngCassjniConfers Meeting lfIIeetntClnl lfIIeetntClnlConfers Cmssfni CmssfniConfers
Confers With the President I
DEMORALIZATION DEMORALIZATIONOF DEMORAlIZ TION TIONOf
OF THE RUSSIANS RUSSIANSIn
In Recent Naval EngagementDue En Engagement Engagement ¬
gagement gagementDue Due to In Incompetencyit Incompetency Incompetoncyin
competency competencyitHigh competoncyinHigh in r rHigh
High Place PlaceNOT
NOT EVEN DIVISION COMMAND COMMANDERS COMMANDRSKNEW COMMANCRS ¬
ERS RSKNEW RS KNEW PLANS OF ROJEST ROJESTVENSKY ROJESTVENSKynUSSIANS RJES1VENKYRUSSIANS
VENSKY VENSKynUSSIANS RUSSIANS VESSEL VESSELBLANKETED VESSELIBLANKETED I
BLANKETED EACH EACHOTHERS EACHOTHERSFIREHEARTRENDING OTHER OTHERFIRE OTHERFIREHEARTRENDING
FIRE FIREHEARTRENDING HEARTRENDING NARRA NARRATIVE NARRATIVE NARRTIVE
TIVE THAT WORLD SHOULD SHOULDKNOW SHOULDKNOW SHOULEKNOW
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By Associated Press PressWashington PressWashington PressWashington
Washington June 12 12The The warring warringcountries warringcountries warrIncountries
countries hive h ve formally agreed to con condude Conclude conchide
dude peace The next step st p will b ba he heIL ba <
a direct charge in inwhich which Japan is isexpected i ipected ispected
pected to indicate II dicate doubtless i Ou < t1ess through throughan
her heiviews herviews heviews
an in intermediary at Washington
views as to the time and place omeeting o omeeting of ofmeeting
meeting Russia will offer no ob ohjection objection objection
jection to toanr any reasonable suggestion suggestionbeing suggestionbeIng suggestionbeing
being prepared to issue immediate in injStructlons inructions injsructions
jStructlons ructions to her herllenipotentiary herllenipotentiaryhose plenipotentiary plenipotentiarywhose
whose personality depends upon the thtplace theplace thplace
place Japan names namesCASS1NI namesCASSINI namesCASSINI
CASSINI CONFERS CONFERSWITH CONFERSWITH CONFERSWITH
WITH PRESIDENT PRESIDENTWashington PRESIDENTWashiagtoJ1 RESIDENTWashington
Washington June 12 12At At t930 930 930night > t tnight tn tnnight
night Count Cassinland Ca5 Casjn1 inlJD11o and one e othe othediplomat ot11erdiplomat othediplomat
diplomat were In i conference ivitiPresident With WithPresident ritl ritlPresident
President Roocevelt at the Whit WhIt4House WhitHouse WhiteHouse
House The nature ot the conference conferenciis conferencis
is not known knownCAUSESTHAT knownCAUSES knownLCAUSESTHAT
CAUSESTHAT CAUSES THAT LED TO TOTHE TOTHE TOTHE
THE RUSSIAN DISASTER DISASTERVladivostok DISASTERVladivostok DISASTERVladivostok
Vladivostok June 12 12The The series o oInterviews oInterviews of oflnteniews
Interviews which the Associated Pres Prescorrespondent Presseorrespondenthas Presorrespondent
correspondent eorrespondenthas has had with the nava navaofficers naval navalofficers navaofficers
officers who survived the battle in th thSea the theea thEea
Sea ea of Japan has developed a mos moseerious most mostterious mosterouS
eerious erouS story stol of the causes of the Rus Rusflan Rusfinn ThisSIan >
flan disaster and the complete demor demornization demornization demornization
nization which hich followed the sInkIng sinkinof sinking sinkingof
of the flagship Kniaz Suvaroff ant antcapture and andcapture andcapture
capture of Admiral Rojestvensky I Iis It Iti3 Iis
is explained that not a single office omce2of officeof officerof
of the fleet knew the plans of the Com Commanderinchief commanderincbict corninanderinchief ¬
manderinchief An admiral in com command command cornnand ¬
mand of a division knew no more than thane th tharsublieutenant n na
e sublieutenant and had to rely solely solelyon solelIn
flagship Admiral AdmiralXebogatoff AdinlraNethgatoff l lXehogatoft
from the
on < In signals Ignalsfrom
Xebogatoff on whom command d dvolved de devohcd derolrcd
volved had seen Rojestvensky Rojestv flY only onljonce onlyonCe 01113once
once after after the junction juncUonot of their squad squadrons squadrom squadOflS ¬
rom and then only for fifteen minutes minutesAll minutesAU minutesAll
All the stories of extensive targel targelpractice ta tagelpractice get getpractice
practice in Madagascar it seems wen wenfase wereast wercfase
ii iithf in inth iiih
laclc of homogenity
fase ast and the o
it impossible to mallemer ma maneuvcr maieuver
thf th ships made
neuvcr in harmony The ammunition ammunitionras
ras as exhausted after the first days daysfight da day dayfight s sfight
position wa wacramped was wascramped wacramped
fight Rojestvenskys
cramped and the transports badl badlFaced badly badlyr badlraced
Thti The TheRassian ThILissian
Faced r aced and caused confusion
i Russian ships were riddled together togetherttanketing togetherbanketing togetherbanketing
banketing each others fire fireIt fireIt fireIt
It is a heartrending narrative thai thaiRussia thatRussia thaRussia
Russia and the th world shoul know knowThe knowThe knowThe
The sailors and officers are not alto altogether altogether altogether
gether to blame the main fault 11eilsewbere He Heelsewhere lies lieslsewhere
elsewhere elsewhereNo lsewhereNo
No Hitch in j Negotiations NegotiationsSt
St Petersburg June 12 12l11 All at attempts attempts attempts
tempts to create an impression thaithere thaithere thai thatthere
there is the slightest hitch in the thtpreliminary theprelIminnI thEpreliminary
preliminary negotiations arc abso absolutely absolite1y
1 lately without the shadow of foundatlon founda foundation foundation
tion Foreign Minister Lamsdorff has hasformally hasformally ha haformally
formally notified several of the conti contirental contitlntal contirental
rental powers that a meeting of the thep theeripotentoar1es thcrcnipotentoarles
p enipotenfoaries to see whether It is isrssible ist i isible
rssible t sible to agree to terms of peace peaceV peace peacea5mred peaceassured
V assured Now that Russia Russlabasre Russlabasree has re r reTel
1 e eTel < > ved formal notification that Japan Japanla
la sent an official and favorable re reP rep reto
P > to President Roosevelt the Rus Rusofficial RusI flusofficial
I official reply will be forwarded forwarded2i
i 2i 1 the Associated Press feels it is isfc isb IsF
F fc a position to state positively that thatt
1 t i < > reply rept will fully respond to to the thePf ther therr
Pf r dents message There does not note notfre notEen
fre Een e i to be the slightest warrant for forie forhe forth
th ie gratuitous idea that some cor correspondents corre corrndents ¬
respondents re JndentsareputtIng are putting out that RusS Rusa Rus Rusfa RusSLa
fa a s only desirous of ascertaining ascertainingJapanese asce ascqzThlngJapanese ins insJapanese
Japanese conditions and at the theJ thetime thetime
J e time gain a better position torte forr for fortr
te tr r army in Manchuria ManchuriaTalk ManchuriaTalk IanchuriaTalkef
Talk Talkef of an Alliance AllianceS AlliancePetersburg
S Petersburg June 12 M r Witte Witteresident WittePrtS Witter
resident PrtS r dent of the committee of minis minisfere minisr ministr
fere r i5 j leaving St Petersburg for forjsbrcai fora forBbrca1
jsbrcai a Bbrca1 r ai In two weeks This very Sig ig igincant
S
ntficant incant announcement annoUl1C < p1ent is couple with withS
S
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S Secretary Shaw Also Has HasPresidental HasPresidentaAspirations HastE1h
Presidental PresidentaAspirations PresidentaAspirationsor tE1h Aspirations AspirationsA A S i3irat 10 IS ISsk1
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CARICATURE SKETCH OF LESLIE M SHAW SHAWLeslie SHAWLesUeMShaw SHAWLOBlIe
Leslie LesUeMShaw M Shaw secretary se retaq of the Treasury Mr r Shaw is 11 deeply inter interested In Intereted er ere ¬
ested e ted in bee beecuUure culture these daysRS days as the book in his hand will wi11show show It t
BIG BIGTRUSTCOMPANI BICTRIJST TRUST COMPANIES COMPANIESTO S STO
TO CONSOLIDATED CONSOLIDATEDPLAN BE
PLAN OF THOMAS TIiOMAS F FRYt RYAN N IN NEGOTIATING PURCHASE OF QUIT EQUITABLE QUITABLE QUlTABLE ¬
ABLE STOCK IS THE THEFORMATION FORMATION OF A GIGANTIC FINAN FINANCIAL FINANCiAL FINANCIAL ¬
CIAL INSTITUTION
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By Associated Press PressNew PressNew
New York June 12 12The The organiza organization organization organizaLion ¬ 1
tion of the largest trust com company comI comIpany cornpany ¬
pany in the United States and andone andone andone
one of the largest financial in institutions institutlons institutions ¬
stitutions in the world Is said saidtoday saidtoda saIdtoday
today toda to be part parlof of the plan of Thomas ThomasF
F Ryan in negotiating negot1aUngthe the purchase purchaseof
of the stock of the Equitable Life As Assurance Assurance Assurance ¬
surance Society held by James H HHyde HH HHyde
Hyde HydeMr H HydeMr de deMr
Mr Ryans plan fsrep f reported rled today todayto
to be the consolidation of the Equit
The Limit Li iit of ofLuxury Luxury in inRapid inRapdRalroadTrav inS
S Rapid RapdRalroadTrav Railroad Travel 1
By Associated AssocatedPres AssocatedPresChicago Press PressChicago PressOhicago
Chicago June 12 iA A Asalt salt water waterbath waterbath waterbath
bath a shave and nd Awhile w1iil you yousleep yonsleep yousleep
sleep your clothes c1o es sponged and alldpress alldpresscd press pressed pressed ¬
tobe to tobe tobe
ed are new features of railroading
be inaugurated next Sunday on onthe the
the statement that he i is going on onpublic onpublic Oilpublic I
public business His visit was in instantly instantlyassoclated Instantly ¬
stantly stantlyassoclated associated withlhe with thepeace > peace nego negotiations negotiations negotiations ¬
tiations and it is possible possiblethat that Emper Emperor ¬
or Nicholas has decided if a reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
able basis a is for negotiations I is offered offeredby olrercdby offeredby
by Japan to make use useC of the services servicesof s rv1ces rv1cesa
of a the theablest ablest and strongest personality personalityIn j jin
in the empire empireIt i iIt
It being Monday the papers print printonly printonly printonly
only telegrams today hut b t the Novoej NovoejVreyma NovoeVreyma Novoe NovoeVreyma
Vreyma makes room for fo or a remarkable remarkableeditorial remarkableeditorial arkable arkableeditorial
editorial which may be inspired inspireide inspireidepreclating de depreciating depredating ¬
predating optimism among the dipio dipiomats dlpl0mats dip1omats
mats at the present < unless Japan un under undpr under ¬
der the slogan slog ojt Asja t Jtf9 foi or 1 the ie e Asia Asiatics Asiatics ¬ j jtics
tics should recognize that thatR11s Russia ia in inher inher Inher
her origin history 1i18toryand and destiny Is an anAsiatic anAsiatic anAsiatic
Asiatic as well as European power powerand Jlowerand powerand
and be ready to conclude oncludenot not 1 peace peacebut > eace eacebut eacebut
but an alliance The Npvoe Novoe Yremya Yremyaadds Vremya2dds Yremyaadds
adds that it has llasal always alw ys s preached the thedoctrine thedoctrine thedoctrine
doctrine that Russia is the thebulw bulwark bulwarkof
of Europe against againstth thfe th yellow periL periLThe periLThe PeriLTbeeditorial
The Tbeeditorial editorial attracted atir ted instant at attention attepUon atteiUon ¬
tention The paper paper dwells on on the Idea Ideathat ide idethat Ideathat
that Russia hatred trdm ft Jnth the west w tand tandollow and andfollowing andfollow1n
following ollow Inexorable 1nexra le l 1Y wsmu S tspread spreadJC pr prlk
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BURSTING OF WATER MAIN M4INfLOODSNIW MAINFLOODS V VFLOODS
FLOODS fLOODSNIW NEW YORK SUfifc SUfifcFlow sUI SUBAY SUBAYFlow y yFlow
Flow of Water Wtertontinli Continued d Uninferrull Uninterrupted dtor dtors dtorOver for torOver forOver
s
Over Four Hours Despite All Efforis Efforisto Efforts Effortsto Eortto
to Shut it Off I
able Trust Co theMercantile Co and andthe andthe andthe
the Morton I rton Trust Company all allof allof allof
of this city with the last lastnamed lastnamed lastnamed
named in control It is ex expected expected expected ¬
pected this would wou dresult result in creating afinancial a afinancial afinancial
financial institution second only to the theNational theN8Uonal theNational
National City Bank of this city cU which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has deposits of one hundred and eighty eightyfive eightyflve eightyfive
five million dollars dollarsDeposits dollarsDeposits dollarsDeposits
Deposits in the tneproposed proposed consoli consolidated COsoUdated consoljdated ¬
dated trust company would amount to to16fr500000 to16Sr500000
16fr500000 with capital stock or > r
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7000000 and a surplus of 22500OQU
Lake Shore railroad A free stenographer stenog stenographer ste og ographer ¬
rapher and typewriter service will be bealso bealso bealso
also provided provid dand and a valet and andm mai inalj IJ J are areto areto areto
to be in attendance upon passengers passengersThe passengeniThe passengersThe
The Lake Shore has put on an eigh eighteen eighte elghteeny ¬
teen te en instead of 24 hour schedule be between between ¬
tween New York and Chicago
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eastward to reach her natural naturalboun bonn faounradles bonnradles
radles radlesand and warm water refers to the theease theease theease
ease of her conquests on her her right rightflank rIght1Iank rightflank
flank over the tribes of Turkestan Turkestanand Turkestanand Turkestanand
and Central Asia and concludes concludesIf
If Japan can only recognize that thatRussia thatRussia thatRussia
Russia must remain an anA Asiatic iatic power poweras I Ias Ias
as well as herself a durable and per permanent perm perinanent ¬
manent m ment peace is possible possibleThe possibleThe possibleThe
The reformers breathed a sigh of ofrelief ofrelief f frelief
relief over the announcement in the theGazette theGazefte theGazette
Gazette that M J Pobedonostseff > pro procuratorgeneral WOuratorgeneral ro rocuratorgeneral ¬
curatorgeneral of the t e holy hol synod syno hasl haslsufficiently has hassumcientl hassumclently
sufficiently recovered his health h a1th to go goabroad goabroad goabroad
abroad and try a course of treatment tr a ent1
LOSS lOSSESTIM4 lOSSESTIM4A ESTIMATED ESTIMATEDAT STlMAJEDAT
AT A r HNJQ00 HNJQ00i HNJQ00undreds loqoo IOtO6O IOtO6ONundreds o
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undreds Caugil Cal it t in inBlockaded inBlockaded inSlockadod
Blockaded TftJns TftJnsanct Tr ins tnsanil insand
and AlmOiit AlmOiitSmothered AIItI AlmOtSmothered t tj tSm
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Smothered SmotherediONSIDERABLE Sm SmotheredC SmotheredCONSIDERABLE thcred
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CONSIDERABLE BLE DISORDEF DISORDE1 DISORDEqiAMONG DISORDEqiAMONGPELAYED AMONG AMONGDELAYED AMONGPELAYED
> PELAYED PASSENGERS PASSENGERsraT AT TER TERMINALS TERMINALSTHOSE TERMINALSTHOSE ¬
MINALS MINALSTHOSE THOSE CAUGHT CAl3 T ON ONTRAINS ONJ ONRAINS ONTRAINS
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TRAINS NEAR THE FLOODED iFLOODEDDISTRICT FLOODEDDISTRICT FLOODEDDISTRICT
DISTRICT HAD A TERRIFYING TERRIFYINGEXPERIENCE TERRIFYINGEXPERIENCE TERRIFYINGEXPERI
EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCEBy EXPERI ENCE ENCEBy
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By Associated AssociatedNew Press PressNew PressNew
New York June 12 12Train Train service servicen
In n the subway was suspended through throughiut throughout throughout
out iut the night as a result of f the flood floodfrom floodfrom floodfrom
from a fortyeightinch water main mainSunday mainSunday mainSunday
Sunday afternoon The flow of water watercontinued waterontinuednnlnterrupted watercontinued
continued ontinuednnlnterrupted uninterrupted for four and andnehalf andonehalf andonehalf
onehalf hours while subalterns su a1terns of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city water department wandered wanderedabout wanderedabout wanderedabout
about in the vicinity of 0fPark Park avenue avenueand avenU9and avenueand
and Fortyfirst street turning off one onegate onetate onegate
gate after a teranother another in a afntile futile ftU1 search searchfor searchtor searchfor
for the proper shutoff to stop stopt1 stopt1destructive the thedestructive th thdestructive
destructive flood floodOfficials fioodOffi floodOfficials
Officials Offi lals of the subway s 1 > wa jfoantlcallytelephoned jfoantlcally iIanticallYtelephoned fx2nUcallytelephoned
telephoned in all directionsT dir ctions15ut > ut failed failedto fall d dto
to find anyone an one with authority authorIt withthe with withthe wlththe
the requisite knowledge of o the hema1ns hema1nsThe heniaInsThe mains mainsThe
The water was shut off through in information Information information ¬
formation furnished by a private pftv te citi citizen cl clzen cliizen ¬
zen employed by a contracting firm firmItIs firmIt1sestlmated firmT
T ItIs It1sestlmated lti estimated that the1 the liigsvtp lrsto tOi ihe ihesubway Ihebway
subway bway will 111 be 100100 Hundreds 11u11flreilsof 11u11flreilsofpersons ot otpersons f fpersons
persons were caught in the blockade blockadeof
of trains and almost smothered be before before before ¬
fore they were able to reach rea h fresh freshair freshair freshair
air by b wa wading lng through eighteen inch inches inches inches ¬
es of water to the nearest station and andwomen andwomen andwomen
women had their ciOthing practically practicallyruined practicallyruIned practlcallyruined
ruined by water which spattereJ spattereJthrough spa spattereithrough erel erelthrough
through the open op i windows witfdowsThousands windowsThousands wiadowsThousands
Thousands Affected AffectedThere AffectedThere AffectedThere
There were thousands of persons personswafting personswafting personswaiting
wafting the entire time for trains and andmuch andmuch andmuch
much time elapsed before news of the theblockade theblockade theblockade
blockade reached them Consequent Consequently ConsequentI ¬
ly many travelers bound for the theGrand tbeGrand theGrand
Grand Central and other railway rallwa sta stations stai staitions stati9ns ¬
tions ti9ns missed their trains out of town townThere townThere I IThere
There were ere scenes of considerable considerabledisorder considerabledisorder I Idisorder
disorder at the Brooklyn bridge sta station staI staItion Station ¬
tion Coming from the beaches anJ andother anJother anJother
other resorts the crowds poured into intothe Intothe intothe
the underground stations and for half halfan haIraq halfan
an aq hour after the trains stopped they theycontinued theycontinued theycontinued
continued to gathertickets being sold soldas soldas soldas
as usual Then the th agents began givlug giv giving giving ¬
ing out blockade transfers transfersanJ transfersanJguards and andguards anIguards
guards were stationed at the entrance entranceto
t to warn away the wouldhepassengers wouldhepassengersBut wouJdbepasseneBut
But the crowd from Coney Island
brushed them aside and continued to toenter toenter toenter
enter After much delay a short train trainservice trainservice traInservice
service was established as far norti nortias norttas nortias
as Fourteenth street To further furthercomplicate furthercomplIcate furthercomplicate
complicate the situation a car jump jumped
ed the track on the spur from tne tnecity tnecity thecity
city hall to Rector street and block blockaded blockaded blockaded
aded traffic on that section It was
then found necessary to tocJose close the sta
tions south of the city cityhalJ cityhalJTerrifying hall hallTerrifying hailTerrifying
Terrifying Experience
Persons who were caught in the
trains near the flood when the power
faUed had a terrifying experience
All the lights were suddenly extin extinguished extinguished
guished i5 ed following a series of loud ex explosions exIJlo explosons
IJlo plosions ons Men en women and childrer childrera
vhcflIlej h 7flJIed the cars were thrown into
a panic of dread as s the tunnel sud
denly became intensely dark There Thenwas
was a rush for the doors when the thewater
water began to spray through theoper theoperContinued the open openContinued openContinued
Continued on Third Page PageJ
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EXPORTS EXPRTSimperild EX4 < RIS RISlmpetild
1 fOCIN fOCINI I
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imperild hy b y Stri StrIcEnfoci Strict StrictEnforcement ti tiEnfO
Enforcement Enfoci EnfO einent 0 of ofExclusion fExclusion f fEXcIUion
Exclusion ExclusionLaws EXcIUionLaws ExclusionLawE
Laws LawEPROTLST LawsPROTEST LawsPROTEST
PROTEST MADEtO MADE MADEJO
10 ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTCHINESE T THINESE
CHINESE COMMERCIAL ORGAN ORGANIZATIONS ORGANZATIQNS ¬
ZATIONS ZATlONSTHREATEN THREATEN TO BOYcori BOY BOYCOTT
1 1COTT
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COTT AMERICAN GOODS IF OS OSJECTIONABLE OsJECTIONABLE O OJECTIONABLE
JECTIONABLE ACTS OF OF1OFFI OF1OFFICIALS OFFI OFFICIALS OFFICIALS
CIALS ARE REPERMITTED REPERMITTEDBy PERMITTED PERMITTEDBy PERMITTEDBy
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By Associated Press PressWashington PressWashington Prc PrcWashington
Washington June 12 12Prestdeut 12PrestdeutRoosevelt 12PresIdentRoosevelt Presided PresidedXoosevelt
Roosevelt held a a conference conf con renc reneq today todaywith todaywith todaywith
with about thirty members of o the theAmerican theAmerican i
American Asiatic Association A soclatiO repre representing representing repreenting ¬
senting the cotton textile industry and andthe andthe andLhe
the iron and steel trade of the United tJnitedStates UnitedStates tJniteclStates
States The Th delegates entered enrereda a for formal fo fornal ¬
mal protest against strict enforce enforcement enforcci enforcciment enforcement ¬
ment of the Chinese exclusion laws lawsas lawsas lawsas
as it might imperil the export trade tradeof tradof tradef
of f this country with China ChinaIt
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It twas was pointed outthat oUt that the tlJ1ecommer tlJ1ecommercial commerclal commer commercial ¬
cial organizations of China were werethreatening werethreatening werethreatening
threatening to boycott Americangoodseslecially American Americangoods Americangoods
goods goodseslecially especially cotton and steel steelproI steelproIductiOI steelproductions pro productions ¬
ductions s unless arrangements we wee weemade weenade e emade
made whereby ChInese merchants merchantsstudents merchantsstudents merchantsstudents
students literary men and travelers travelerscould travelerscould travelersrould
could enter the United States with without without withDut ¬
out the serious serlousdifficulty difficulty they now en encounter encounter encounter ¬
counter counterThe counterThe counterThe
The Chinese urge that members of ofthe orthe 01Lhe
the classes which under the exclusion exclusionlaw exclusIonlilware exclusIonLaw
lilware law are permitted to enter the United UnitedStates Unlt2dStates UnitedStates
States are often subjected to incon inconvenience Inconvenlence InconfllenCe ¬
venience fllenCe and humiliation by the Immi Immigration immIgration immiration ¬
gration ration officials and ask for more morera moreratlonal ra rational rational ¬
tional treatment of the exempted1fIses exempted exemptedclasses exemptedclftsses
classes or their countrymen countrymenA countrymenA
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A 1 REVOLUTIONIS REVOLUTIONLflIREAJPED REVOLUTION
IS THREATENED l LflIREAJPEDEXPRESIDENT THREATENEDEXPRESIDENT J REAT NED NEDEX
EXPRESIDENT EX BARILLAS BARILLASGUATEMALA OF OFGUATEMALA OFGUATEMALA
GUATEMALA SAID TO 0 BE BEMOVING BEt BEtMOVING BeMOVING
MOVING AGAINST CAL CALVERA CALVERA CALVERA
VERA VERABy VERASy VERABy
By Associated Press PressSan PressSan PressSan
San Francisco June 12 12annel 12annelDlguez Manue ManueDiguez IanuelDfguezaGuatemalan
Diguez DfguezaGuatemalan a Guatemalan lawyer IltWYerand and revolutioriary rev revolutionary
olutionary candidate put forward by bjBarillas byBarillas byBarillas
Barillas expresident of Guatemala Guatemalafor
for the presidency of the CentraAmerican Central CentralAmericanrepubllcls CentralAmerIcanrepnbliC
American Americanrepubllcls republic is said to be hurryIrig hurry hurrying hurrying
ing to toS San n Francisco Franciscorom from southern southerrMexico southernMexico southernMexico
Mexico to join Barillas and party here hereMembers hereIembers hereMembers
Members of the local Guatemala col colony cotDfly
ony believe tnat Barillas and his adherents ad adherents
herents have decided upon this city as asa as asa
a 5 rendevzous rendezouspending pending developmentthat development develoPtIlentsthat
that may give the theman man opportunity t tfilibuster tt ttfilibuster tofilibuster
filibuster against the administration ol ofPresident olPresident orPresident
President Calvera CalveraThe CalveraThe CalveraThe
The Call says > today t9 ay that Barilla Barillahas BartUas BartUashas Barillashas
has announced to several friends that thahe thathe thathe
he will lead a revolutionary partyagainst party partjagainst
against Calvera and that he ie has simp simply sl simply np nplydelayed ¬
I ly lydelayed delayed action until he can recuper recuperate recuperI recupeate
ate his failing fa mng health which he h says saysis saysis saysIs
is one of his reasons for coming to ttSan toSan
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San Francisco ncisco
TWO TWODROWNED DROWNED BY BYBOAT BYDOAT BYBOAT
BOAT CAPSIZING CAPSIZINGBy
By Associated Press PressSan PressSan PressSan
San Francisco June 12 12Through 12Throughthe Through Throughthe
the capsizing of a sail boat Alfred Alfredand AlCredand Alfredand
and Edwin Mphr brothers have been beendrowned beendrowned beendrowned
drowned in i the bayTheir bayTheircOmpanlons bayTheircOmpanlonsT companions companionsT
T S William S D Holman H man and Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Simpson were rescued reS ued after they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had clung to the bottom of the boat boatfor boa boafor boatfor
for two hours The party was sailing sailingon
on the th bay near AngeLisland Ang 11sland the boat boatsuddenly boatsuddenly boatsuddenly
suddenly capsized throwing the occu occupants occupants occupants ¬
pants into the water I II
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Mondays s Games on onthe ontheBig the theBig
Big League Diamonds
Southern League LeagueAtlanta LeagueAtlanta LeagueAtlanta
Atlanta 5 Shreveport 1 Montgom Montgomery ¬
ery 1 New Orleans 2 11 innings inningsNashville InningsNashville InnIngsNaehville
Nashville 4 1 Little Rock 6 BInning Birmingham Blrmingham BInningham ¬
ham 4 Memphis 1 1South 1South 1South
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PARLIAMENTFOR PARLIAMENT
FOR OR RUSSIA RUSSIANew
i
New Regime to toBegn toBegnIn Begin BeginIn BeginIflSeptember
In September Marks MarksBeginning MarksBeginning MarksBeginning
Beginning of the theEnd theEnd theEnd
EndABSOLUTISM End EndABSOLUTISM EndABSOLUTISM
ABSOLUTISM ABSOLUTISMIS
IS DOOMED DOOMEDPEACE
PEACE AND A CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTIONAPPEAR AP APPEAR ¬
PEAR SIMULTANEOUSLY ON ONTHE ONTHE ONTHE
THE RUSSIAN HORIZON HORIZONPROC HORIZONPROCLAMATION HORIZONPROCLAMATION PROC PROCLAMATION
LAMATION WILL BE ISSUED ISSUEDWITHIN ISSUEDWITHIN ISSUEDWITHIN
WITHIN A FEW DAYS DAYSBy DAYSBy DAYSBy
By Associated PressV Press
V St Petersburg June 12 12Tne The Rusc Ruscsian Ru Rusian Russian
sian experiment in parliamentarism parliamentarismwill
will begin in September The Associated Asso Annedated ¬
dated Press is now in a position to tomake tomake tomake
make this positive statement The Theemperor Theemperor rhoemperor
emperor already has given glvenms his approv approval ¬
al to a scheme now being formally re reviewed reviewed ¬
viewed by the council ot state for or alegislative a alegislative nlegislative
legislative body consisting of a lower lowerhouse lowerhousecn11ed lowerhouse
house housecn11ed called Gosudarstvennaia a Duma DumaImperial DumaImperial
Imperial Duma and an upper house housthe hous2the housethe
the Gosudarstvennaia Stovetaof the thepresent thepres thepresent
present pres nt council of the empire with withpower withpower
power wer to formulate legislation dig discuss digcuss dincuss ¬
cuss budgets interpollate ministers ministersetc
etc but reserving in the emperors emperursown emperorsown emperoriSQwn
own hands final authority The dee election eleetlon deetion ¬
tion will take place during the coming comingEjummer comingsummer
summer EjummerAlthough summerAlthough
Although the scheme e clings with withdesperation Withdesperation withdesperation
desperation to the essence of auto autocracy autocracy ¬
cracy It marks the beginning or the tneend tMend theend
end Cast will be no retreat and andthe andthe andthe
the quaslparlimentary regime which whicnwill whichwill
will be inaugurated inauguratedwlll will prove only a atransatory atransatory atransatory
transatory bridge over which absolut absolutism absolutIsm absolutmm ¬
ism must cross to constitutionalism constitutionalismPeace constItutionallsmce constitutlonalismPeace
Peace ce and a constitution appearslmnltajieously appear appearsimultaneously appearsimul
simultaneously simul neously on the Russian horizon horizonand horizonandtheproc1amation horizonand
and andtheproc1amation the proclamation of a parliament parliamenteither parliamenteither parliamenteIther
either in lathe the form f rm of oramanlreSto a manifesto or as asa asa asa
a ukase will be promulgated proin 1gated within withinfewdais afew a afew
few fewdais days dayi3MACUANflEI1J j jOFFICERS
MAN MACUANflEI1J C Nt s IN INOffICERS
5 OffICERS HOffiCERSREStJLT OFFICERS OFFICERSRESULT
4
4w1t
w1t l F RESULT SJL T FROM RESIGNA RESIGNAt RESIGNA1I RESIGNATION
V t > t tTION
TION 1I N OF DELCASSE FROM FROMTHE FROMTHE FROMTHE
THE CABINET CABINETBy CABINETBy
By Associated PressParIs Press PressParis PressParis
Paris June 12 12lt It Is expected that thatseveral thatseveral thatseveral
several diplomatic diplom tic and ministerial ministerialchanges ministerialchanges ministerialchanges
changes resulting from the resigna resignation Teslgnation resignatlon ¬
tion of 0 3L L Delcasse and the recently recentlyforeign recentlyforeign recentlyforeign
foreign minister will be settled at to tomorrows tomorrows tomorrows ¬
morrows meeting of the cabinet Leon LeonBonrgers LeonBonrgers LeonBourgers
Bonrgers probably will succeed M MBihouard MBihouard L LBIhouard
Bihouard as ambassador at Berlinthus Berlin Berlinthus I Itbus
thus inaugurating a new conciliatory conciliatorypolicy concilL9torypolicy conciliatorypolicy
policy concerning Morocco orocco Premier PremierRouvier PremierRouvier II
Rouvier is still undecided about re retaining retalning retaming ¬
taming the portfolio of foreign affairs affairswith affairswith I Iwith
with the expectation that Mi 1tI dePrey dePreycinet deFrey1 deFrey1cInet dePreycinet
cinet or M Constans ambassador tb tbTurkey tbTurkey tbTurkey
Turkey will enter the oreign office if ifM uM 1 1M
M Rouvier concludes to retain the thefinance thefinance thefinance
finance portfolio portfolioThere portfolioTher portfolioThere
There is reason to believe that the theconference thec theconference
conference c between Prince von Dado Dadolin Dadeun
lin the German ambassador to Franceand France Franceand Franceand
and Premier Rouvier have shown that
Germany Gennanydoes does not make an interna international internaUonalconference International ¬
tional Uonalconference conference on n Morrocco orrocco a sine sinequa sInequa sinequa
qua non This permits the consIderation consider consideration cansldeJtIon ¬
ation of other direct means for an ad adjustment a117 a117justment adjustinent
justment between France and Ger Germany Gexmany Geimany ¬
manyTHIEF many manyTHIEF manyTHIEF
THIEF STOLE CASH CASHDRAWER QASHDRAWER CASHDRAWER
DRAWER FROM STORE STOREA STOR STORA
A bold thief made a successful haul haullast haullast haullast
last night when he stole the cash cashdrawer cashdrawer cashdrawer
drawer from the Greek store at the thecorner thecorner thecorner
corner of Tarragona and Chase Chasestreets Chasestreets Chasestreets
streets The robbery occurred early
in the night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The proprietor was seated in frontQf front frontof frontof
of the store tore when some unknown party partyentered partyentered partyentered
entered the place and took not no only o ly
the cash but the tbediawer drawer away with withhim wItbhim withhim
him The amount of money secured securedwas scouredwas
was about 40 The ThepoIice police werenotifled werenotifledbut
but have so far been unable toobtain toobtaina to oMain oMaina
a clue to the robbery robberyDATES robberyDATES robberyDATES
DATES FOR PRESIDENTS PRESIDENTSVISIT PRESID PRESIDENTSVISIT NTS
VISIT TO NEW ORLEANS ORLEANSBy
By Associated ASS Press PressNew PressNew
New Orleans June 12 12A A letter letterfrom letterfrom letterfrom
from Secretary Loeb Loebflxes fixes October 24and 24 24and 24and
and 25 as as the dates when hen the Presi President President ¬
dent will visit New N Orleans
NEW NEWRJ RAILWAY RAILWAYTIIViEiiiCORO Ri LW LWAY LWAYJIMEIIgORb AV AVriME
TIIViEiiiCORO TIIViEiiiCOROHighest riME i CORD
0
0 0Highest
Highest Speed Ever EverAttained EverAttained EverAttalneciReached
Attained AttalneciReached AttalneciReachedby Reached Reachedby
by New Trains TrainsYesterday TrlilinsYesterday TrainsYesterday
Yesterday YesterdayRAN YesterdayRAN YesterdayRANT1IRftM1LES
RANT1IRftM1LES RANT1IRftM1LESIN RAN THREE MILES MILESIN MilESIN
IN 85 SECONDS SECONDSOR
OR AT RATE OF 127 MILES PER PERHOUR PEkHOURINSPECTION PEtHOURINSPECTIOT4
HOUR HOURINSPECTION INSPECTION TRAIN ALSO AL ALSO ALSO
SO MAKES RECORDBREAKING RECORDBREAKINGJRUN RECORDBREjRUN
RUN BETWEEN BUFFALO ANDCHICAGO AND ANDCHICAGO ANrCHICAGO
CHICAGO CHICAGONew CHICAGONew CHICAGONew
New York June 12 12IhG The he new 18 18hour 18hour 18hour
hour trains between Chicago and New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York completed their initial runs to today today today ¬
day arriving at each end of the run runthree runthree runthree
three minutes ahead of schedule time timeOne tlmeOne timeOne
One hundred and thirtyone miles mUesbe mUesbetween be beween between
tween ween Crestline and Port Weyne were werecovered wereCovered werecovered
covered 3 by > y the west bound train in inone inone litone
one hundred Jandtrneen and fifteen minutes Three Threemiles ThreemUes Threes Threesmiles
miles in Ohio were covered in ineightyfive inelgbtyftve Inelghtythe
eightyfive seconds at the rate of a amile amile amile
mile in In twentyeight and andonethtid andonethtidseconds onethird onethirdseconds onethfrdseconds
seconds or one hundred and twenty twentyseven twentyseven twentysevei
seven sevei miles per hour breaking all allworlds aUworlds allworlds
worlds railroad records recordsPassenger recordsPassenger recordsPassenger
Passenger Agent Moody MOO who made madethe madethe madethe
the trip from Chicago to Jersey Citysaid City Citysaid Citysaid
said We had little difficulty in hold holding holding holdLag ¬
ing to schedule we we can make the run runin runie runIn
in sixteen s1xteenhonrs hours and nd I Ithlnk 1 think we will willhave willhave willhave
have a sixteen nour train trainbelween trainbelweenNew between betweenNew betweenNew
New York and Chicago in a short shorttime shorttime shorttim
time timeRECORD timeRECORD tim timRECORD
RECORD BREAKING RUN RUNON RUNON RUNON
ON THE LAKE SHORE SHOREChicago SHOREChic8cO SHOREChicago
Chicago June 12 12An An Inspection Inspectiontrain inspectiontrain inspectiontrain
train which left Buffalo on the Lake LakeShore LalieShore LakeShore
Shore and nnc Michigan Southern Sonthemroad road at attWs
515 1 this t tWs js morning monrlngarrived arrived at atChlcato Chicago Chicagoat
at 105 this afternoon making tfie tfieIf tfietri1 thetri1flourian1
tri1 tri1flourian1 > rtn4eveJhour fittY1I1lJlntes fittY1I1lJlntesI
If the same sam rate < of > > speed were w i main maintained maintained maintamed ¬
tained east of Buffalo the thetrIp trip between hetweenChicago betweenChicago betweenChicago
Chicago and New w York via the Lake LakeShore LakeShore LakoShore
Shore could be made in fourteen hours hoursand hourSand hoursand
and twentyfour minutes minutesWONDERFUL
j jWONDERFUL 1WONDERFUL
WONDERFUL RECORD OF OFWEST OFWEST OFWEST
WEST BOUND TRAIN TRAINChicago TRAINChicago TRAiNChicago
Chicago June 12 12On On its initial initialrnn initialrnnfrom runfrom run runfrom
from New York the rennsylvanla rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads eighteen hour flyer the fast fastarrived fastest fastst
est st long distance train In the world worldarrived worldarrived
arrived in this city at 852 oclockthis oclock oclockthis oclockthis
this morining three minutes ahead of otschedule ofschedt of3chedule
schedule schedt e time In Inocder order to accom accomplish accomplish accompUsh ¬
plish this feat extraordinary achiev achievments achievmeats
ments In the way of fast runningwere running runningwere runningwere
were necessary After leaving Pitts Pittsburs Pittsburg Pittaburg
burg the tender of the big ig Atlantic Atlantictype Atlantitype Atlantictype
type engine which had oo been attached attachedat
at t that city for the run to Creatllne CreatllneO
O developed a hot box about twenty twentymiles twentymiles twentymiles
miles east of oMans1ield Mansfield O The en engineer engIneer enineer ¬
gineer ineer stopped his train and fifteen fifteenminutes fifteenminutes fifteenailnutes
minutes were lost In futile efforts effortsooI to tocool 10cool
cool ooI the troublesome troubl 90me axle Finally a afreight afreight aireight
freight engine was attached and the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train limped into Crestline Here the theregular theTegular theregular
regular engine was In waiting and andwhen andwhen andrhen
when the flyer left the latter glace glaceit 1ace 1aceLt
it was twentysix minutes late fl ± e The Therun Ther Therun
run r n to Fort Wayne L3l 31 miles away awaywas awaywas awaywas
was made in 114 1144 minutes an aver average average averige ¬
age of 68 610 miles m es an hour hourthe When Whenthe Wbehe
the train pulled out of Fort Wayne for forthe forthe forthe
the last lap of the long journey It was wasonly wasonly wasnly
only nly nine and onehalf minutes late latesixteen 1atesixteen late5lxteen
sixteen and onehalf minutes of the thelost thel theLost
lost l st time having been made up Miles Mileswere MIleswere MIlesvere
were frequently reeled off In from from 41 41to 41to 41o
to o 50 seconds and an average speed speedof speedof speeda
of a mile mnea a minute was easily mala malatained malataine mal malaine
tained aine over long stretches of track trackPresident trackPresident trackPresident
President Underwood of the Erie Erierailroad ErIerailroad Erierailroad
railroad was a passenger pagsenger He ex explained explained explained ¬
plained that there was no especial1gnlficance especial especialsignificance especlalsignl1icance
significance attached to his hlsmaking hlsmakingthe making makingthe m1dngLhe
the journey to Chicago on the first firstrun firstrun firstrun
run of the new train He said he hohad hehad heiad
had an engagement here at 9 oclock ocIockLhis oclockthis oclockthis
this morning and he took advantage of otthe ofthe ofWe
the facilities offered by the Penn Pennsylvania Petuisylvania Pena3ylvanla ¬
sylvania to keep his appointment He Hespoke Hespoke Hepoke
spoke in lnhigh high praise of the train a and andits an anits ± i iits
its appointments and complimented complimentedthe
the train crews on their splendid splendidwork splendlwork splendidwork
work workAlready workAlready workAlr
Alr Already ady the thePennsylvanla Pennsylvania raflroai raflroaiofficials rallrodcffic1nls raflro1fflcin1s
officials are discussing the possibility possibilityof
of If f reducing the running time between betweeaChicago betw betweenk1cago ea eaCllcago
Chicago and New ew York to sixteen slxteeahours sixtesh sixteenLotirs
hours h t rs and it is not improbable that thatscch th3t5tch thatitch
itch a schedule may be attempted la lathe 1 1the IaLhe
the near J ear future
No Rights Acquired in inThe inThe inThe
The Danish West Indies
By Associated AsscciatedPress Press PressSt PressSt
St s1 Thomas D W L June 12 12Governor 12Governor 12Governor I
Governor General Captain Ca tain Christian ChristianCold ChrJslauCold ChristianCold
Cold of St Thomas made 1Irld the follow following followI follow1Ing ¬
ing statement statem en t today to daY to toth the e Assoclarsi AssoclarsiPress ASSOC AssoeIaPress fa faPress
Press Reports to the effect that a aforeign aforeign
I foreign power has acquired acq e rights oni oniSt on onSt onSt
St Thomas or at anyothur an any other place ia iathe inthe 1111 1111the
the Danish DulshWest West ladies are devoid of pttruth oftroth I Itruth
truth These The e coal oaJ sards rds aajL W V sols sh s re re J
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pairing works are private business businessundertakings busineeundertakings bus1naundertakings
undertakings Water island where 7heroa 7heroaCoaUng a acoaling aoa1ing
coaling station Is said to t have been es establlshed estabUshed
tabllshed by the HamburgAmericaa HamburgAmericaaI HambnrgoAmericompany Hamburg4znerieaacompany
I company is owned by a private indi individual IndldUa1 mdividnaL ¬
vidual These incorrect lncorrectreportsue lncorrectreportsueP reports ars arspresumabIy ar arpresumably
presumably P os Uma 1 > IT due dU to the a attention trhlcfc trhlcfcvarious whlc whlcvarious h1 CJi CJivarIous
various Or improvements to the tb aarbor Jiarb iot iotSt oC oCSL otSt
SL St Thomas omas have aroused in conapetisg cometlsg1sIands cornpetlzgi
1sIands i J

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