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U is Still Proceeding, B:>tb Land \
and Sea Forces Being Re
ported Engaged.
two IIPORÎMIÏ FORTS TAKEN
Î0 NORTHWARD OF PORT ARTHUR.
TM». I* I*»»* Vttaok F«
Japunenc Have Heel
for Some Time—They Have Evi
dently Some Hurd Work
for Them.
Hliieh the
I'reiut ri un
Out
Shanßhai, Sept. UO.—The
Arthur ivhieli he;
vihleh the Japuuei
i-operutitiK han resumed
I'liesday uiornln«:. The Jupuuese ei
vo iniportuiit forts
einzey I n/i.
I* ra I
l\i
attack
Holiday und iu
««*<*(
either
of Port
red
aille of •***
Artli u r.
TUB WOK K
re Task, Acrordint* to TIiuh«'
Who Oualit Io K
A >'•'
Che Foo.Sept. 20—5:30 p. in.—Author
itative information has been received
here of a general attack upon Port Ar
thur by the Japanese forces which be
gan Monday before daybreak and con
tinued until dark.
This is the attack for which the .1 ip
•aneso have been preparing for the past
10 days, with slight hope of sue« *ss.
As forecasted in ihese dispatches, the
Japanese attack on Port, Arthur is di
rected against, the northeast front. The
main object is to capture the fortifica
on Kikwan mountain, Ribbing
mountain and the intermediate forts.
The foregoing comes from a Russian of
standing, whose previous information
has b
tack a! the end of August, which was
represented as two separate assaults
really constituted a ten-days' battle,
the fighting being the heaviest during
the first three days and the last four
days of that period. Although the Jap
anese retired August 31 along the
greater part of their line, they
niained in four supplementary forts on
the northeast front, which they had
captured from the Russians. These in
clude two forts 50 yards from Rihlung
mountain and two others at a some
what. greater distance. Since August
31 the Japanese have bombarded very
slightly, while the» Russians have been
throwing approximately 1,000 shells
daily, chiefly against the four Japan
ese positions mentioned. Small sor
ties, as referred to by the Novi-Krai, of
Port Arthur, in the efforts to recap
ture the positions, have been of almost
nightly occurrence and have been uni
formly unsuccessful.
The Japanese have been taught
wholesome respect for the resisting
power of the fortress, according to ev
ery Japanese who has recently arrived
here from Port Dalny. If they succeed
in capturing Rihlung mountaii
ti<
correct. He adds that, the at
a
r oth
r forts they will realize that this will
be only one step, although an import
ant one, toward the capture of Port
Arthur. The Russians, who have been
observing the new tactics of the .Jap
anese, did not expect another attack
before the first week in October. The
Japanese are endeavoring to proceed
slowly but surly.
M-1WS F HOW K I HOI* \Tli I \.
Hu»* in n Com in it ii i]<
r Find« the .l«ii
*<* Is Incroasing.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 20.-— 1 The
been received
. Kuropatkfn: "The recon
naissance made Septeml>er 17 estab
ILh'd the fact that the Japanese pusi
tion ar Bentseaputz
by «a brigade with guns,
enemy east of Bentseaputze but Japan
?se reinforcements arrived September
in the vicinity of that village. Large
Japanese forces from Liao Yang I;
already crossed to the right bank of
Hie Tait.se river."
A Cossack patrol attacked a Japan
eSH ronvoy, west of Bentseaputze and
captured 20 horses with their loads/'
Fi
fol
lowing dispatch lias
from 0
1,
is strongly held
There was no
vc
on
ave
of
fire
OF THE SPOILS OF
Supjil!,
**f VarlouN Kind« raptured
Hy the Ja
at Liao Yniig.
Tokio, Sept. 20.—Field Marshal Oya
nw commanding the Japanese forces
/ Manchuria, telegraphed as follows:
"An investigation of the trophies
captured by us, made since our last re
Wt, shows the number of Russian
buildings occupied by us In Ihe neigh
borhood of Liao Yang station to be .153
houses and 214 warehouses,
aa area of 58,000 square yards. We
also seized 79,260 bushels of barley
•ice, wheat and millet 1,300 cases of
kerosene, 1,800 cases of sugar, 166 tons
of coal and
amoun t of coal captured bv Gen. Ku
*°kl will be
in
and
was
covering
much
The
cord wood.
reported later."
"a tillered
Jersey City, N. J., Sept. 20.—A bi
'We policeman arrested a boy who
T ''faring to sell a bicycle. The lad
"«xi his name was Herbert Ladue, ot
* bonis. He told the policeman he
stolen $79 from his mother and
darted for New York.
Suit f OP FnlMo Arrenl.
Joplin. Mo., Sept. 20.—Wm. Thomp
son, a
the
hie.
and
of
to
bon
wealthy property owner of this
ty, has been sued for $55,000 damages,
e allegation being false arrest and
*wcious prosecution of J. C. Lan«
Brotlxers011 ' dr.v goods mer
WEIGHTY AND WIS S.
has
and
is
work
Character is property; it is the noblest
of Possessions.
Temper is so good a thing that we
®h°u!(i never lose it.
How many could be made happy with
he blessings which are recklessly
«hrown away.
Three
orate
of
things come not. back again:
sped arrow, the spoken word and
opportunity,
failure Is only endeavor temporarily
, track. How foolish it would be
10 abandon it in the ditch.
the
fbe lost
no
FOR FiLIOUSTERS
LUU
A
*. *
Se.r; 1 Service Men On the Aiert in
I.'t'v York for Filibusters.
it 1 « £
«•»« a ihn
\
i*i . in vif Out r;».
'
N
Sept. 2 !
Secret service I
emp
*>>•'■ reported to fia\e been
lor several days
i- .oin hi.use. in ilie har
\va;i
!
the
.
1UI : i ! il <1 ;h
bar among ; I
clu,ra.- and nearby po
inK «edition which is. suspected of!
fitting
ing for Hon- ;
5 for a filibuster
hr-iv.
The department ot i
slate has lu en in communication with |
Salvador Cordova, the consul-general j
here, ov
Evi
the
un
j
' the matter.
A1 k>u: a month q<z
Out
New Orel ans |
spap: r.s contained aùvertisemenits i
that called the attention of the con- I
sulas of the Honduras government, in
New Orleans to the efforts of a lieuten
ant stationed there to raise a company
of some 400
nei
ra I
men.
newspaper
stateff at that, time that the expedition
was being formed! by an American firm
that has pecuniary interest» in Central
America, to g
there and protect ita in
said that the expedi
te go to a point, about three
days' distance from New Orleans.
Honduras is just that distance from
New Orleans.
teres ts. It
tion was
as
Detectives were put on
the matter at the request of the. Hon
duras
Ar
be
ip
*ss.
the
di
of
on
of
government, and it is said they
found that aboi't. 4(XI men were to l>c
given uniforms similar b
by l' ni ted gj
those worn
Jes sc
ith guns
i ammunition, and that two rapid
re to be taken along. The
(tiers,
fire g
h we
detectives learned that
an expedition
from New York and
was to start als
another from Pittsburg.
The state department was notified,
ami tit 1 preparations at New Orleans
were stopped ai otn e. S'
no preparations have been made for
raising an expedition here.
EXCURSION ON THE SOUND
at
Tin- l*r«»Nht
BiiJoj «
am!
XIr.s.

t* <»f '1'lieir I t
He
vs Day*
loi
Oy.- ier Bay, Long Island, Sept. 20.—
visitors h;
Sagamore Hill, t.he
Rooscvele left tor a healing
on the sound.
As
engagements at
president and Mrs.
exeursit
Already several important
meuts have, been made by the presi
dent to lie met. after he
engage
returns to
Washington,
rand, the ambassa i n* of France, will
present to the president, at. the White
House, M. Picard, the head
French commission
Next Friday. M. Jusse
of
of the
the St. Louis ex
position.
On Saturday afternoon the
president will receive the delegates tc
the interparliamentary peace confer
•;ih held recently at St.
Saturday night, the president
Bevel t
which
Louis,
and Mrs. R
ill entertain at
a large dinner given in lion
archbishop of Canterbury. The guests
at the dinner will i
the cabinet i
• of the
lli de members of
1 other notable people
ivil life.
in public amt c
THE] CASE OF BARRINGTON
Ti'ft »her) ;> «
if lh»* <
\ !>
% n»
f tin* Clerk of I lie Hia
Hand«
Jefferson City, Mu.. Sept. 20.—-John
R. Green, clerk of the Missouri state
jeeived, Monday, from
is county, the transcript in t.he
case of F. Seymour Barrington, under
sentence of death, for the murder of
Jame ■ p. .McCann, who took an ap
peal to the supreme court. The doc
ument. is an exceptionally voluminous
one. embracing 2,300 closely typeiwrit
more than
supreme
St.. L<
T(
was
The
but
and
ten »pages, and coutain»
1, 000 , 00(1 words,
placed on file, as tile filing fees have
if»t been received, it. \vaj~ brought here
too late to have the ease argued at the
ensuing term of the. court, which con
s October 11. hi
It lias not yet been
it may be placed
vc ne
on the January call.
TWO HUNDRED IN PERIL.
Fire Destroy« u F«
AMti i-h T'
-Mor,\ HiiildinK
Il uml r. mI Deo
il W«»i U.
ii
»ill* V\ i l l* î
Chicago. Sept. 20.
-Fire destroyed a
four-story hrick building at 2023-29
Clark street, occupied by the Consoli
dated Railway Electric Lighting and
Equipment Co. The two upper floors
of the building were »used by the
American School Furniture Co., as a
storehouse. Two hundred persons
were at work In the building when the
fire broke out. but all escaped unin
jured.
JjOSS. $ l 1 M 1,1)00,
11 m* \<lir«>iMlnrk».
Cranberry Lake. N. Y.. »Sept. 20.—
Exhausted after two days' wanderings
in the .swamps and dense forest of the
Adirondack, George Wilson, aged 10
years, of Chicago, was found by guides
and hotel guests. The lad started out,
Saturday.
was exhausted in a swamp and half
famished.
I.«
erty
pied
firm
tral
ly
aged
from
the
the
deep.
hunt deer. When found he
JiiNllflnlilr- Homicide.
Ardmore, I. T., Sept. 20.—United
States
charged Jim Summers, charged with
the murder of his brother, Henry .which
occurred recently near Paul's Y'alley,
holding that the killing wau justifia
Commissioner Robnett dis
hie.
son
ers
was
with
uated
Bort.
V\imiiiim:in Kfrulfirna.
Washington. Sept. 20.—Thomas E.
Waggaman has resigned as treasurer
and a member of the board of trustees
of the Catholic university, in response
to a request, signed by Cardinal Gib
bon a
J'ari? tea store
A man employed in
has invented an apparatus that will fill
and tie up parceis at tiie rate of 40 a
minute He says that when the machine
is in full working order it will do the
work of 70 persons.
att
what
do
ing
a
stand
Some of the beam les of Persia oee
faces by painting figures
orate their
of animals and insects upon them.
Time sets his chisel a little deeper
whenever there is a frown upon theface.
— ~de?lres to live long; but
would he old. Swift.
Every man
no man
a
in
in
m
■>r.
u
ti
hi
if'
Attempted Padding of the St. Louis
Registration Lists Leads
to a Murder,
'
I
har
.
IN INNOCENT ONLOOKER Wi*.
AS USUAL, VICTIIsl OF TUB SHOT.
of!
;
ot i
|
j
j I he St. I.
Promptly TuL«*
and \\ ill Try
Nihility I-'
iIn
I I»
Jury
Matter !
ll\ the Ke*]
the 1illlii.il
nud the
I.lwta.
ans |
i
I
in
Pfttldii
I v of the H en i *t rut h
St. Louis, Sept. 20.—Beginning, Mon
day morning, with a clez
'iv registration of the voters of
St. Louis was started, but it was only
a few hours before they were, meta
phorically, smeared with blood. In
some of the wards fraudulent regisira
tion was begun early, and carried on
with the brazen effrontery and bully
ing tactics for which the Si. Louis "In
dians" have become noted.
One of the results
the
in
vas Hie killing,
Monday afternoon,
Scheel, a young lav: student fr
ville. 111..
on
of Frederick E. j
Belle- j
ho was shot and almost in- !
l>c
stantly killed during a fusillade
lowing a
of the e
fob I
' in the registration booth j
ighth precinct of the Fourth
ward.
The trouble was started by Oliver J. I
Beck, a repaid
the right of some men to register. They
claimed to reside at the Jefferson ho
tel, whereupon Beck »
over
challenging j
m judge,
d them to go
the hotel with him and verify
their state incut, at the same time start
ing for the door of the booth. In pass
ing out he was assaulted by one of the
party, and running into the street
drew a pistol, threatening his assail
ants, whereupon shooting began. None
of the parties to the affair are known
to have been hit, but young
happened to be in the way o
ihe bullets and received -i fatal w
for
Scheel
two of !
111(1.
Accounts of the Blunting differ to
-'mie extent. The police, who did not
see it. claim that Beck killed Scheel.
at
but eye-witnesses say that bullets from
the pintols of Beck
killing.
pursuers did the
Beck denies having fired at
al 1,
evertheless he is th<
only one of
the party directly concerned arrested,
although some others have been de
tained as witnesses.
to
The grand jury, under (he instruc
tions of W. Scott HaneocJ
circuit, at tor
day morning took up the investigation
of the murder and will probe the affair
to the bottom.
Not only will the grand jury inquire
into the killing and the perpetrators of
the crime, but they will delve into the
motives, the alleged irregular registra
tions in the ward, and the conduct of
the leaders of the repeaters vs ho are »at
tempting to pad the book«.
Every plias
dug up, and it is thought
ground plan of election frauds in St.
Louis will ha so exposed that the whole
thing may be stopped before election.
Coroner Funkhouscr. at the request
of the grand jury, postponed Ihe in
quest on Scheel until such time as the
grand jury shall dismiss the witnesses.
y, the first tiling Tues
tc
ot the tragedy will be
(hat th"
ENGULFED IN QUICKSAND.
T(
-I hie Ki
( Ii 11 <1 \\ i « hin Sight of Its
>1 ol her.
Ip of
I «
r-1
r-Old
New York, Sept. 2». Within sight of
her mother, who was powerless to ren
der assistance, the four-year-old
daughter of James Kinley, a manufac
turer at Port Washington, Long Is
land, was swallowed up by quicksand.
Her mother fell unconscious and Is
now in a dangerous condition.
The little girl was at. play only a j
few feet from home when she stepped j
into a murky pool left by recent rains.
The water was only two or three feet
deep, but the bottom of the pool was
qtrick. e and. Mrs. Kinley rushed to the
spot to snatch her daughter from the
water, and was horrified to see her
slowly disappearing in the sand. The
woman screamed and then swooned.
Workmen from her husband's factory
rushed to the scene and the woman
was able to tell what had happened.
The men set to work to rescue the
child whose body, being light, had not
suriK entirely. Several men went down
but were rescued by their companions
and finally the child's body was recov
ered.
in
in
WIND. HAIL AND RAIN.
\
De«lru« , ll*e Storm Sw««"|«* Aei
lotvii DdIiik Thon«n*i<l« of
D«i11nr»' Dntnoge.
Des Moines. Ia.. Sept. 20.—A terrific
wind, hail and rain storm has damaged
many thousand dollars' worth of prop
erty at Oskaloosa. The building occu
pied by Spencer's wholesale grocery
firm was demolished, the Illinois Cen
tral depot was unroofed tnd practical
ly all the business houses were dam
aged more dr less severely. Reports
from other parts of the Mate indicate
the severity of the storm. At Albia
the hail was said to be five inches
deep.
la
In
to
city
in
In
sible
New
be
had
"Bill}" llutthem
Bad Axe, Mich,, Sept. 20.—W. Hud
son Matthews, well known to the hunt
ers of Michigan as "Biily" Matthews,
was drowned in Saginaw bay while out
with a boat near his bungalow, sit
uated between Sebewaing and Bay
Bort.
Drowned.
AFT APHORISMS.
Affliction, like the iron-smith, shapes
att it smites.—Bovoe.
Our grand business is, not to see
what lies dimly at a distance, but to
do what clearly lies at hand.—Carlyle,
True bravery is show'n by perform
ing without witness what one might be
capable of doing before the world.—
Rochefoucauld.
Adversity is sometimes hard upon
a man; but for one man who can stand
prosperity there are a hundred who will
stand adversity—Goldsmith.
! [HE TREATY WITH THIBET
■>r.
] Russian Press Agree It Amount* i
To a British P' ertorate.
I it'.v \rt* >ot
I* Will
in the l\:n
I1u»»l
;
.a
ha»
ver Thibet.
T
jle of the
•f'.'ses the belief that
» cf ; he Brit ish exp«*.; ; :.m
«mke iln :an prestige amoing the :
Imid'hist subjects of Russia.
Die Botir.se Guette thinks Great !
nd the
the
!
ill !
the
Bri
has succeeded W-voiM I
of
In
on
"In
1 *" ;
> v ciy-ame, but coneea!
threat under din inquiry
i veiled
ho;her the
As soon a
i;
that, it is
'hat the middle east question will be
•e than ii
I>r<
■ another apple of d
'Hie v.'.-ti, on Lhe other haud.cour
Brltish and K in inter*
in Asia are identical, and npp
I ho idea that the treaty will become
one of contention, »'Specially as it
•bided with the knowledge and
E. j M
j
in- !
n.ven! of Russia.
fob I
j

V MITE OK Ills \ l*rilO\
ok«*?* Soin** i i-ftl*|
\ I* ii trat
«• K\
J. I Si
ho
Petersburg. Sept. 2
government 's com -
me in the
ml .and of war does not men
Rus
j
ns to neu
matter of
ron
ith the
go
the
al of Ihe Novoc Yremya. which
lares that the game of stopping
ral merchantmen i- not wortli
he
le if Russia
eeidtv in advance to
.band seize J.
FOUND WITH THE GOODS.
I'llr**<* lt< l. !)«-:•*, Will*
nils of Dol.a
V eel il«* I
iln* •
. WoHli,
- u t.
><■.»!(*!
il
of !
I :< 11 v
m
to
V. -u»!on, Pa.. S it. 2u. -Tlire
don thousand.- of dolls
jewelry and silver'
are fr<
wort
>f wealthy
people in
i deuces
the
at
Northampton i
•n- captured by
•in at. Bell wood Park, N. J.,
road detectives. The thieves
"It
i
of
King,
names' as
hernias
Riehrml Mason and' John Walsh.
King says he is a son of
of
New Y or]-;.
of
of
a Philadelphia policema
and will nut
ad.mil, as the other, have done, of hav
ing taken part in the robberies. He
does not deny that, he was
ini' declare» that ho is u,nd r a hyp
notic spell., exerted by M »sun. and
which he is unable
Detectives Lee and Halley boarded a
to
on
of
:
throw off.
Lehigh Valley (oal train ai Bell-wood
to look for tramps and came upon the
trio of thieves. In a tin box they car
h found ike booty of Saturday
iglit raids.
be
A -JUST BEFORE DAY" CLUB
IhcllPi
ville, ,M»i.» ( j
I * r i
e '! Il v flic O réunir.» ti<
«•hie*
tt in
is \*M
lui».
an
Montgomery, Ala., Sept,
'rail ville, just
20.—At
Alabama
acrohi» the
a "Just
Before I
t.y" club, com
ing
post'd of negro;.-s, has been organized.
The first, indication of its existence
hit'* planter
of
w-as the stopping of a
hy a party of armed negroe»
He waa
netitied to move on and not stop again.
There is considerable excitement.
j
j
Tiie body of Willie Boyd, a young
'.bit > man of Shortej
Was found 1 un
r a bed in the binning house of a
body was mutilated* by
=. Tin
In
DECIDED TO DIE TOGETHER
of
gers
All
live
ttlclll
ii! !Ni*t*ii>
unit Sulchte lu tin* hattci*'«
It oo hi ut \
Sc Im! I
I Sill
York. Pa.. Sent. 20.-Michael S:
i .a ll,
! of the Key.v;one Foundry Machine
ity, i
matt, also of York, were fouitid dead
in «the young woman's apartments. Re
turning from a visit, they wrote notes
in which they complained of the mi pi
world, F.-af. down without removing
their « lot hing and turned on the ga j .
Both »ad been niffering from nervous
affect ions, and to this is attributed the
tragedv. Both were well connected so
cially.
Co., ol lh »
PASSED THE MILLION MARK
III«*
!.\C«*« d«*«l
lion l*t»«I»l«*.
\ tt «*»> «I ;a in-«*
n -*H«r«
I »Ir
\\ «•<*!%,
ttll
hin
the
St. Loui-. Sept. 20.—The much
tallied- ;f million-a-week tniarU In at
was reached la-'t. week at t.he
WorMV fair, the total number of ad
►ver 26,000
being 1.027,918,
missions
more than the -total number of admis
sions <i . ? in_ the op suing mon., h of the
er
flag
expo-itijn
MEDICAL MATTEES.
Dr. Amelia Wilkes Lines, who re
cently celebrated her eightieth birthday,
la the oldest practicing woman doctor
In the world. She was the first woman
to receive a diploma in the state of New
York, and has practiced in New York
city since 1834.
New statutes, Just issued In Russia,
place women doctors on practically the
same footing both w.th regard to edu
ction and practice aa their male rivais.
Women may now obtain diplomas, pur
suing their studies for medical degrees
in the universities and In the military
medical academy. But the law restricts
Jewish students to three percent.
French medical opinion lias been
strongly moved by a theory openly ad
vocated by a small group of medical men
In the United States that in certain
stages of hopeless suffering it is permis
sible to hasten the patient's death. The
New York State Medical a elation is
stated to have given its sanction to this
theory, By the Immense majority of
French medical men the theory is de
nounced as bad. both ethically and sci
entifically, since many instances could
be quoted of recovery after the case
had been pronounced hopeless.
A
that
ever
for
A
and
salt,
and
firmly
that
by
free
warm
oughly
have
often
In
I.«
I
n
fflL
1 -
i
!
JM
>
H
01.

; Now Declares Hint
If First Apostle ;
ot Christian C.uholic Church.
ARRAYED IN GORGEOUS ROBES
.a
ha»
Q|
»*• In Sut»»'
* Ini
In I « «I 111*. ItoiM*
the :
! al
the
V\ «*ro I'ut
imI
j
!
■ t ...
the
ill !
j
rich '
\N earn
g a
miter,
so of
1 *" ; aiw HfWie has piv. Line-•' him- if
"John Alexander, 1
Christ la
st A P .»Tie of IT
the
'atholie Chun !-: "
a
The annotti
t he
■ einem
•le at Zion City,
be
people had assembled.
Do wie referred to the r<*
sumlng office.
it
and
After quo! ing s
In support of
( of
ripttir
the claim lie hud made
first apostle, he sabl
"1 did not ere.
:e the ntfir
lt
created hy i
Lord. 1 did not
it a
l designed Hies
re in doubt as
ir them, you will find
in the tweniy-ri
■i >
robes.
my
authority to
then
1er of
Bxi
by God to
lie pattern gi
Moses
the high
prie»! h
as
Dr. Du wie
rment of
white satin.
Kille. Over this w:
rob
lined
■Ith
a purple satin
the
fringed
villi
kilt, of knee length.
The "broidered coal," the ri»
iure
feu
(.lie cosliijue, was ol
ith
bite satin
he
•tnbn
ii i. .1
: '
to
in purple and gold, lh
of the
!
as there
ith
historical
b
the bna,!|'!:Hc.
sUffid of llii' twelve jewel;
by the Jewish
ritual.
edged with gold. Dowie's
vhlte silk
r turban, ornaniented with two
purple bands. White
de red
;
L
m i t n
completed tho <•«
"ihe office of firr
petual," wähl Dow ie, after he had n
Script i
in
aiMstle is pc
by
J.,
several long passages fr.
"It should have been continued. Suc
i essors 'to the original
:i <•
to th(' number of nine to fill
ieu caused b\ mart vrdoru or
of
of
enosen
death. My assn,mpi
apostles hip Is the final step in the or
ganization of the china h as pla
Jen us Christ.
of the first
He
a
ed by
In assuming hi« new title Dowie said
to his followers:
"I greet you to-day. ( thank
that you are here in thousands, that
there are thousands of others with ns
on this great occasion. Zion
tion host, do you accept John Alexan
der as the first apostle and the high
vartli'."'
"Yea!'' shouted back the members of
the host.
''Officers of the church, do you ac
cept John Alexander as the fir i apostle
of the Lord .Je, -us Chris
: lnirrh ?"
<J
priest of the ehiuvli
the
i!" .shouted hack his leaders
advisers, and the
an anthem of rejolimg.
In an Impre-Mvi
I'M) nearly the
"Y(
choir broke forth in
ration, last
ing tlm
i oi«* day, the
eat est and iiiom
da borate ceremony
of the Zion church was celebrated.
SEVEN PERSONS INJURED,
Kniltt n y
\OI-lllO!
SI.
SU lilniori*, Fiifnll)
a
Si .Joseph, Mo.. Sep!
souk were Injured,
i veil per
e of them fatally,
In a .street car accident here.
Mrs. J. E, Plerpont, >! Skidmore.
•I a fracture
<*d to a
Mo., jumped and susia
of the skull. She wa>
hoi.pital and will die.
Mrs. J. (i. Moody and Mrs. Mad g
»Schuster were HorioiiHl> in j tred inter
nally by jumping.
J. C. Smith, mo toman, sustained n
broken arm.
Mrs. Claude Madison. Mrs. A
Chambers and Mrs. Let? Moody were
bruised and s< ratched. not seriously.
The accident
bound car running into a disabled out
bound car, from which all the passen
gers had alighted,
All the injured except
live in St. Joseph.
sian
get
so
the
will
.
Ö.
vas caused by an in
a Mei-p grade
Mrs, I'lerpont
THE PHILIPPINE SQUADRON
Hcnr-Olmlittl « Imrl«*» Trill
VV» y to ttniillfi ti»
Con* mil ii«l.
Ili*
4 su ii in «*
of
tion
»;u|:aniH. by Lieut.-CommendH liodg- Fort
;
i
the
day,
San Francisco, Sept. 20,—Rear-Ad
miral Charles J. Train, U. S. N., has
arrived here en route to Manila. Fpon
hin arrival there he will as- urne com
mand of the Philippine squadron of
the Asiatic fleet. The admiral is ac
er Welles, U. S. N., who will be hi a
flag lieutenant in Asiatic water.-.
SOME STEI SAVERS.
A convenience is a strong, light tab!»
that can be easily moved about wher
ever needed.
One trip to the refrigerator or cellar
for butter, lard, milk and eggs, and one's
baking is accomplished with the fewest
possible steps.
A pantry cupboard may hold flour
and meal chests, extracts, spices, sugar,
salt, baking powder, soda, raisins, roll
Ingpin. bowls, molds and all me au ring
and mixing dishes ant! spoons.
Sheet zinc laid over edges and tacked
firmly in place, makes a tabic covering
that is easily cleaned and is not injured
by hot. cooking vessc . which may be
removed from the fire to such a tabic.
Ail cupboards should be kept dry and
free from dust and crumbs,
cleansing them, use clean cloth, eieer.
warm water, In whirl, |- dissolved a
spoonful of borax or stda After thor
oughly drying your cupboards wlli not
have that lingering musty odor that
often follows the use of soap
from
thait
There
the
line
In
graph
hie
In the latest form of hospital con
struction there are no corners or ang!?«
I.« the wall which may catch dust.
LENA is at mare island
! The Work of dismantling the Hus
sian Boat Will Begin at Once.
The I
I Hr»' f
W III
f i he I « I
l*oul»i I* 11
|i«> Il**i
ed
;
Mur.
! sin mi
San FranI
Rus
r l.-ua
nt
ut. naval station at \k.re
z departed from
o bay Friday aftern«*;
ori « f I he eruier r Marblth
-midter tiro local
IlfMir-Admiral M. Calla.
j tion
! navy
£ the
r. p.urs.bilily of her
yard, the
j Atafe keel'll
tran
rich ' from Hear
rtuvirich.
The eti
tire cn
Russ ii
if the h nsi Is a
*h* 1, and
nrd of the
mi i.i .
11 iloiil.flesu be!
of
if
detained at Mare lain
official decision
The work of dis
is to their d:- posit ion.
tilling t he Lem
be commenced at any early dute. nmd
dl
he
workmen have l
r*en engaged
pla
her in a sea
rt hy
mutin
Tt
parture of the Lena was nt.fendod
little or
ith
ceremony.
of
of
POSSE KILLS MOB MEMBER
Attempt (o I
I« ltrpiitmr
'111 In
<1 Hy the OHirer*
I ill nu lllui.
Iln L r I
my
Jacksonville.
Flu , Sept 17 A fier (
two da\ • of quiet In the country
of
Baxter an
as mad»*
U)K'-e Which
Willi a
attack
laic
to
Thu redaj night
as
guarding the home
one of the participants in the alleged
Duncan Alt man feud. One of the mob
Ellis Do
Halo
of
ling, was killed, and
• verni
wounded, »'(.cording to dispatches re
as reported that
Deputy Sheriff Thrift, In charge of the
posse, was killed, but later advices in
M'i'1 v wounded
ived I* ridai .
I
the dirai e
he w-i
A
! company of
the seem
»Into militia wi
rile red
and has air ady il*-p:irt
l'hlcli Is about
hour's ride from Jacksonville
It appears that the posse, in the at
b
cd for Baxter.
tempt to prevent, further blood.shed,
was resting cm ita arms, over Duncan's
store, when they heard the mob ap
proaching along the
Deputy Sheriff Thrift put Ills head out
of the window, and was wounded, but
; not seriously. He then led his for«
outside to repulse the mob. Several
of the mob were wounded, and
lis Dowling, & prominent, fain
The mob then retired to till
home of the Altman brothers, where, : t
L laid, they are preparing to resist al!
attempts to arrest, the Allmans
railroad trad.
<•
e, fin
vas
or
PARKER HAS NOT DECIDED
ns
<J ?l «Mill
Candi «fill«» Will
Hpi'pHit*« SIIII hi
Wlifllor 1 >«- iuoc m ( |<
Mali«* Serif« of
i Open Under.
New York, Sept. 17.—Several impor
tant questions were settled Friday by
the visit of Alton B. Barker to New
York and his conferences with Demo
cratic loaders. It was determined that
Senator Gorman should have an active
place in the campaign, but that Chair
man Taggart was not to be superseded.
The confère
of Tammany loaders
vlth Judge Barker resulted in tho set
tleinent of diff erences in Great er New
York, ko far as they relate to national
and state issues.
The govermrship and other s'tute of
fleers were discussed, but It was said
that nothing definite as to the «elec
tion of candidates would be determined
until next, week at Saratoga.
Another matter left open I whether
Barker will make a aeries of speeches
during the campaign. Other confer
ence« similar to those held Thursday
and Friday will probably be held next
week, before Barker's letter of accept
ance is made public.
EXPECT RUSSIAN CRUISER
Natal tt« i
i-H Rlt««f(|i
a
F i
i tt n U n II«* r Aj»l»«*n run««
»H i;»«|iiiiii«tlt,
K
Victoria, B. f 1 , Sept. 1?, A corre
spondent visited Esquimau, Friday,
and had a talk with a number of naval
All express the expectancy that
auxiliary cruiser Korea
It is understood
that Commodore Goodrich received 1m
portant cable dispatches Thursday
night, but it was impossible to get
even an inkling of the content It ««
believed they included definite instruc
tions to the commodore, should the
Korea or other Russian ships put In
here for any purpose. The opinion 1»
expressed by naval men Uni once Hus
sian vessels get In here they will not
get out again until the war ends.
H M. S. Grafton went Into dry dock
Friday for cleaning her copper bottom,
so as to have everything ready for «
quick movement.
men.
the Hi
will be here soon.
«•« n. Moot-f llfllc « ••<!
Washington, Sept. 17. By direction
of the presidem, Brig. Den. Fraud«
Moore nan been relieved from duty an
commandant of the . c1kx)1 <>f applica
tion for cavalry and field artillery at
Fort Riley, Kas , and ordered to San
; Franioiscio, to assume command of the
i department of California.
One« II«* Wan Hl« li.
PJLtsburg, Pa., Sept. 17 -Napoleon
Shipley, a former postmaster at Wash
fngton, \). C., and for years on» of
the most euooessful and largest oij
»iwouilatora of t.he ooiyitry, died, Thurs
day, at the city pour farm, aged 85
year*
of
Du f ii f* u ft
HI«*#* ( ropa.
Charleston, S C , Sept. 17.—Report*
from tho surrounding country »how
thait the recent storm wrought con>
sitterablo damage to tha rice crops.
There was no loss of life except from
the fishing fleet off Charleston.
Cable Line Cofni»lefed.
Portland, Ore., Sept. 17.—The cable
line between Fort Stevens arid Fort
Canby, with connetolons ending in the
district office of the United States
weather bureau In Oris city, baa been
completed.
Oil Mnamife /)yln«r.
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 17.—Charles
Lockhart, of the Standard Oil Co., and
ddrector of the Western Union Tele
graph Co., is dying, it is believed, at
hie home His weaii h I» «.truintod at
$60.000,000.
of
!
j
I
I
r
III
:U. Joseph Crain
Man Turns Over
Mia Holdings.
nt
j SJ, LOUIS MAN MAY
A NAGE
Tot
U
\.-.i *
n ti in 11
the j
her
Hurt
lilch *
« Ill .Ml
eti
JotHjph, M
VV. II.
he h i.fi uf t! * ll.tiruiva
the
1 larroi n. ai
be!
curoil about hail a. million doll
forgisl bills of lading and grain
house receipt »a. lias pla
iu the hand : of his en
i»n
dl
*
A mudoe
ill b-' named
!o take
ith
creditors
lmve not agr»
said llmt a SI
probably bo
The « g ren
rou n ami Irk
give« up his b usine**, w.
iHtiy night after an nil-da
The total 11 ibliiti*- urilot^o to ah>ut
h and of tlid» about $1- 10,000 is
'The property turn cd
the cmlitor.i will amount, to nlH>ut
$870,000.
Hen 1'h il lip ami R. A Brown
apiwJnteil to draw up a
w Ink-ill
!, but it !»
IvOUiH
ill
r I
Mr.
Har
hich 1 m
li
(
seen red-.
r to
vore
ign-iMnent,
vrnt'd.
Tim
olved
of St
eonn*a»U*;
are tho
llarroun Flevat<>r Do
Jnsrph;
the Harlem Fh'vator Oo, of Harl
Mo., and Um < î uIf Flcvator
•o., ot Ka
A
hi»:- Gity.
which will be turned
ated u»
and cash, Including
atior inr
over to the « redit or. are osi
follows
«»bout 00,000 bmdieiH in the H
Flwood, $Rld.0tHi; «xpilly in renl «-Male
property, milling ami oil «lock and
other fCcuritics. $100,000: la fit). $00,
000 •
t
cash upplii'd by friend ». $.'*<1,000;
total $ 370 , 0 ( 10 ,
'1 ho liabilities are
Go., of Hl. l/.»u1«, Stoo.uoo. un
'•eured; NaiJonial Bank of Gonuu-nron,
Kansas City, $100,000, half
American iiallonnl bank, <
City, $ I u: 1,000, half secured; Whitney
imtionnl bank, of Now Orleans, $29,
001». sere rod : Ck>mploIr national t brand»
of Bank of Fram e, Baris 1, of New Or
leans, $30.000,
national hank, of New York city. $07,-
000,
al bank, of Chicago, $15,000, unsecured;
Tooth. Lemon national bank, $ 128 , 000 ,
»ecured, except $20.000; Mechanics, na
tional Imnk, of H-avenivvorlli. $5,000;
unneeured; First national bank, of
K auras City, $15,000, secured; other
large creditor-', $200,000, secured; small
creditors, $25,000, secured and unse
cured.
At 11 o'clock Friday night It was
agr«N'd to Screjit Mr. Harroun*« propo*
si Bom
ifnrroiyi hm« made his firm atntwnotrt
since his arre f. following closely upon
his recent return from Chi(Ä#>. Ht
says :
"I have been expce.ting to I>«* ttlTOSt
ed for come time, and am only sur*
priced that it. has not coma before now.
"I am no coward, neither am Ï a
l*iby 1 am ready and willing to abide
t he ronuefpieiiTcs of my mistakes. Thafi
in all tli«re is In tills W'«>rldfor the man
who makes mistake«.
"If they will give meaohanen, i will
repay every dollar that 1« owing to my
creditors. Regardless of what the
grand jury or the courts do, I will
make every effort In iny power to re
imburse those who who have lost
money I know there is a »pedal
grand Jury iinest.igating Urn matter, if
they want me to, 1 will tell them all I
know, and le-lp them In every way port
able to get to the Wtom of the af
fair.
.<• follow - Bn ion
-H-ciyed,
<f KatiflOH
unsecured; Mechanic»*
secured; Corn Exchange nation
"The first good night of rest 1 had
In a year was the night the story fir»t
became public. It was a b!« i-sing *o
get rid of ihe awful worry of months.
"I haven't run away from thorn,
I went 1 o Chicago to try to
straighten things up. Even If I had
heard that t.he law was after mo while
was up there, I would have come
back Juni tir* a :tnie. I am not shrinking
from the consequ,erK( s, and am going
to face the music like a man.
tin
'If I get my i'hairoe, however, I will
rant, for
pay track eve,ry dollar. All !
myself Is a living for my family. Give
me that, and the creditors can have tho
rest."
CIRCUIT JUDGE MOFFETT.
I
Jolin II. MoJVHt, JimIk«* «H Ihe Mley
«•rilli llliiKfl» « treuil, Muctitiirth* to
Loeoinotor Ainiia.
4
BlooniJr-gion, 111., Sept, 17 Circuit
Jiid«*» John H. Moffett, «ff Paxton, of
the Eleventh Judicial dialnct, is deal
at Battle Creek, Mich., from locomotor
ataxia, aged 46. Jle waa prominent in
republican politics and waa serving hin
second term on the bench.
Tfll.lnu Their OI.J IMnre»
Chicago, Hop!. 17 -Almost 50i) for
mer strikers were hlied, Friday, to
take, their old places at the Union
Stock yard?, and an exuciuo of non«
union men began. Ail told, abou' 17,
000 of the strike™ are at work, 8,00®
«till «.waiting employment
Badly klmLc
New York, Sept. 17,—Two trainload»
of passengers were badly shaken up
o.rol four person» received cuts and
bruises In
Fifth avenue line of tiie Brooklyn
Rapid Transit, line.
OI«l Si , |ll«*r»' !l «-UI« ion.
Bunker Hill, III., Sept. 17 Tiie elev
enth reunion of the old settlers of
Macoupin ami northern Madison coun
ties was held in this place Thursday.
The meeting was largely attended, tin»
number; being estimated a! t'.ono or
more.
I'fl »»«* UU.V I
II*.
ar-end collision on the
To W**d O«lol»er *iJ).
London. Sept. 17.—'Die wedding of
Oapt. Spender-Clay and Miss Pauline
Astor will take place at. St. Margaret'*,
Westminster, October 29, The bishop
of Ripon will officiate.

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