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JAPANESE CAVALRY LEADER.
-sr ir i , W III vfM Iiifpalchea tell of a detour ma. In tijr prince- Kan-ln with a large forco of cavalry. In which ha got arouud the Russian left and caused great confu slon among tho Russians. Prince Kanin Is president of the Japanese Utti Cross society. MORRIS MAKES THE' FIFTH VICTIM In Hs La it Momenta Ha Imagined He Was Resisting Arrest. .-: Louis' Wiilliiin Morris alias (I C Wait, desperado ami conlcssc.l fain robber, died at the city hospital :ii 7.11 Moiiilay night, making the tit r H victim of the Pino street battle of Friday afternoon, which cost three i. rri tiv c.H their lives. Morris became mi. mi-clous only about ten minutes before lie expired, and in his death strangle he again battled In his lev ered drain against arrest. The nurse mi.l three policemen stationed at his bedside guarded hint against his own rln'iire lis mitt teri ngs were Inartie uiaie. hut the motions of his hands In. heat, il that liu was shooting at im suit. at y foes. W'aier was Riven the prisoner Mini (!a afier the hospital physicians eon ml. .. .1 it. could harm him no fur' her. ant lie drank heartily threo tltme H" a so weak during the day that lie n iused to talk to any one. Four times lie declined to answer a priest who called that often to offer him re Melons consolation if lie would accept It. His last words, spolen early in tic ;i'trrnoon to the priest Weie: I'.-ie let me rest." 1 tins known from the time that Mem- was brought to tin- hospital ti:Ht (ould not ri'rot.T, and. reeog ni.itiit this himself, he confessed tot the police his many rimes, inelud liic -he lillnoii; Central and other hold ups, the Mnttoun, 111., depot robbery tad oilier loss daring .! rls. He stated ; lo .beige Hiram Moore of the court of . ir. initial lorection that his name was t'. ('. ltlair. The police .Monday re- . a vest-pocket dictionary, whh h ua.- .popped at the scene id the Ilia in.ii:. 1 Special robbery al Harvey. HI . 'id i' hud written in it the name of C I'ditir. Morris fated death iiuliiiu hnmly. !". hiring that he only wanted to live 1 letig enough to finish the detectives wne attempted to arrest him. He said he .-.hot at them as long as he had am munition. .Morris was taken to Hi" ilty hospital ai the lime Ilcl.'etivc.s I tlwy.-r and MeClusky were removed : He mortally wounded lc'e the Sle-a and Aliiert Roscnuuer. a "p.il" , .'. Moiris were killed outright. BALDWIN'S AIRSHIP DECLARED ELIGIBLE Ding.bie Balloon Twice Encircles Administration Buildings. IaiuIs: The dirigible balloon of T S. Ilaldwin, the Sun Krantlsco aeronaut, was Hcnt up at the World's Fair mound's Tuesday afternoon, with A H. Knabeshne of Toledo. Ohio. ' thn frame illins it. Tho as- rension was inaile as a trial trip, and he airshi did remarkably well until liie sevt n horso-powi r motor sud deidy stopped while the balloon was ovei the Plaza St. J.ouis. After ilia, it drifted off toward the lliiinin side of Ihe river. Kn'ibenshue, prior to the breakinK of the rtiRine, made two com plete circuits over the Administration f'Uli.liiiRS at the Fair, and (dearly dem onstrator! to Capt. Ilaldwin. the In ventor of tho airship, that it as capa h'o of being steered and sent in any direction. When the ascent was made, durins tho afternoon tho wind was blowing in Rusts at Intervals. Notwlthstan.l ,nS the wind, tho balloon answered l' rudder quickly. Percy Hudson, chief of aeronautics at the Fair, de clared after the trial that tho balloon ' eligible for tho Hoit.OtiO prize con test. Nv Mexico Prisoners Retaken. Albuquerque, N. AI.: George Black, leader of tho prison gang which as saulted bneriff Smith Wednesday and nude his escape, has boon recaptured, together with a fellow-prisoner. Philippine Guards Attend. St. I.oulat Chief Inspector Oeorgo U Shnte of the Phllipplno guards at the World's Fair, with a detail of twenty guards, attended tho funerals of Detective John J. Shea and Special Officer Thomas Dwyer Monday Mormons Buy Mexican Land. Mexico City: Mormon Bishop Cluff of Salt Lake City has closed a deal to the state of Tabasco for tho pur chase of nearly 84?, 000 acres of land. There Is ample room lor a thousand Camilla ENGLAND IS NEAR WAfWITH RUSSIA Baltic Fleet Comander Ai.ert, Ton p,a B0' Were His Path, "...ton: ii a statement printed with me utmost nromliiem... i..- .. M..II ve. i.. .. . . ..,., ami KusBia Htatl(1 ,he , ... . war, which eat, only bo avert j .i.ishia s submission. At ,hn mo : n.ent or telegraphy (Thursday morn j ' " Is impossible to confirm or , j me statement, which rlows ' "Tl... ..i i i ..... .uuation arising from tho I North sea nut ram, has become one of "eiiiicHuay, tun uritlsh has for "" demands-for an amdoav r the attack, for pecuniary Indemnity fr Hie victims, for the punishment of ii" iiussiaii officers concerned, and KUHrnntrc tor tho nrciirlty of ",UM Hinppin rum slmliar nttnek- "The KtisKi.iu Rovcrnmeiii Is wlllitiK . ... ninise me a-eloKy and pav an In ! it ..!.! .. I. ... I resarus the other two ; points the war party, which s stronfily ; mi tne as( endant in St. Petersburg. . ..i.i.-. a n yet t., make the desired concession. The llrltish Rovermneiit is r.wiili-...l ... . . ' Kivo way, anil we j understand thai it has notified the us- ; sian Kovernnient that its acquiescence must no inrthcomlnK by the afternoon i "l e'ober 27. KnllltiK this, the t han , nel fleet will, we understand, be In I atructrii as ,. tu(. noi,, (l t() linn .Should tie- KMs-inn a.liniinl re ' fuse. It will he obilK-d to compel the ni.et s return. The litltlsh Rovern- I mem nas. We llellevi reasons for eon- ; li lence that whatever action It may ; take in its resohi. to secure amends j for the terrible and liiexctisab!u outrage. Trance will not consent to be embroiled - Spam Orders Rojestvcnsky Out. Viito. Spain The nrtiva! ol Ihe Hus : sian battle shins Hmpeior Alexander III . liorodlro Orel and Kuiaz Zou varolf mid the transport Anatol. ; which hate anchored In thi-t point, ; has mused cm .,era'il" cxcitenien,. ! The cotntnnnd.'r ol the port Immedi ately bi.nnleil the K ismum llugshii and iniormet A .1 in I it I Ivoicsttcnsky that . the Spanish tovernicem could not per mit 'he warship to coal within the port. Admiral lte.ii st t ensky i-porti'd that bis tessc I,.-, ,,., repairs, and for that reason he had heen separated iron; the remainder or his squadron. 1'ne (let man colliers anchored In port uloucside I lie battle ships, whereupon the commander of me p,nt ..ent an alde-de i -a nip to be Admiral Hojest tensky Tu-t to .-iol.il.. Spanish neii ttalilt. and he also ordered 'he com lnamliiiK idfucrol the Spanish i-rulser Ksiramada to iniioy the colinrs that they must eliev the nort authorities. Kventiially Admital It. .ji stt ensky promised thai he would not coal in Spanish v.aters. at the n.ine time lies' I'itut the eomtciiiider ol Hie nut to obtain the s 't .-i utr.ent s permission tor each wtirshi;i (o tai.e -m 1"n tuns of coal with which to p'-ch Tangier. Shortly al'Icrv.ard ihr.e lollbrs sailed for Tangier, but two i eii.a med along- .siTie the ltus;.ii tt ai sh! -is. Rojestvencky Gives Version. Tin' A -i -ii.i ia'.-.l Pi ess succeed" d obtaining ttu tnt.rvi.-w with Admiral Uo.'cslt cnsK V. ttho eie::se. great re gret over the NV.nh sea incident The n lmiial s'atcd that the unfor tur.ate occuri em e was purely aceiden tal. The wiu'hcr on th" night In question was rath.r hazy. About 1 a. m. two tori do boat.--, which tii Kussians ..iipposod i eraft, siiililenly appeaer ttto d'tisions o! the ere .lapauc- d between the sn-iailruti and serine-.! to dispatch torpedoes. The ! Kussians inini" liti'ely opened lire. ! They saw no fishermen, and were not aware that ant li.tniape had be.-n done. 1 Ki blent 1.. . th- admiral said. Hie lish ; ermen bad shown no llth! I'rincc Kcrctclii. an oi'tlcer of the battle ship rCnipcior Alexander III., has been Interviewed, aid gives the : following explanation of the attack by the lla'.tic squadron upon Ihe flri ' tlsh trawlers off I logger haul;: "ihe transport Anatol. which was steaming ahead of the squadron, was suddenly surrounded by eight torpedo i boats, and n-qiics ed assistance, wher upon the bnttle ship division advanced and signaled to the unknown vessels ; to leave or disclose their nationality. , Tim vessels reliiscd to obey ami ad : valu ed among the Russian battlo j ships. Suddenly a cannon shot was ! li ard from an unknown vessel. Then the admiral formed In battle line and 1 replied to the fire, afterward eontlnu i lug bis voyage." Prince Kar. telll added that the Rus sians feared the s'range torpe lo boats wero Japanese, as the admiral aware that tho Japanese had chased such boat3 in lCnglanJ. was pur- Alleged Masher Fined $53. St. J.ouis: John Jacobl, who says ho lives at No. 3Ut4 l.lndeil boulevard, was fined $."0 Tuesday by Judge Tracy on tho (barse of Mining. He denied all tho charges agalimt hlin. The charge was preferred by Mrs. J. N. Katout. Long Launch Cruiaa Begins. Sterling. 111.: John Iturchart, aged 60, a war veteran, and H. E. Prosser, both of Dixon, started Wednesday for Galveston in a ifefoot launch. They will travel via the Rock and Mississ ippi rivers to the gulf, expecting to make the trip In five months. Fort Wayne Has $20,000 Fire. Fort Wayne, Ind.: A building on Harrison storeet. occuplod by Pott lltier Bros., fruit dealers, bu.ned tu tha ground Thursday nljhl. The loss will raeh 120,090, fully Insured. i JAPS CAPTURE TWO FORTS AND TOWN OF WAITAOSHAN Toklo: tt. Is reported that the Japa lesc opened a desperate general st ack on the eastern forts of the Koe itwan group, north of Port Arthur, luring the morning of October 2ti. pnd silenced the Hussion batte-dos. A thell exploded the Russian Magazine. Simultaneously the Japanese st acked the forts on Klh'.ung Mountain nd Siinghohowlan Mountain, silenced :he Russian batteries and stormed ami occupied the forts In front of these mountains. On the night of Octomrr 28 there was a ronflagiatlon lu old prt Ar thur, and on October 27 a shell lilt the Russian battleship Sevastopol, and two Russian steamers wero sunk. Official continuation of tho above In lacking, hut Hie reports are believed to be true. A press telegram from General Ku rnki'.s headquarters reports that on Tuesday the Japanese captured Walt aoshan after sharp lighting. The at tack began at 8 o'clock in the morn ing and ended at 4 o'clock in the after noon, tho Russians retrenting. The Japanese captured two machine guns. The Russian casualties are estimat Where Russ.an Warships England and Russia Will Arbitrate. London: The war crisis ha-, passed for the time being. Russia and ICng lan I have a-rr. - to ntbitrate the ques tion of responsibility j- 1 1 1 - North sea outrage, tinat 1 't i lain has con sented to make me of the machinery of The Hague tribunal to de.t rniine. not the sett lemeiit of the mitioversy. but the facts which underlie it. though these facts are really beyond dispute. The sole object ill submitting the evi dence to an international board is to keep wl'hln the Jurisdiction of dip lomacy an issue which otherwise would plunge two powers into war within another t tt eni y four hours. This re sult is due la'i-'elv to the earnest un official Inter, es.-ton of France. Th" reference to an internal ional tribunal by no means disposes or the demand for punishment, in addition to apology and in.lemnint y Second Confession Suspect. : St Louis: The hist ory of tho mys- j terious "John Doe" who gate this name when arrested Sunday night In 1 connection with an explosion of a hot- ! tie of nltro glycerin In front of 012 ; Chestnut street, and supplemented it; tho following day In the name Jerry j franklin Ferguson of Ml Reno. Okla., j who was Identified Tuesday, the police, rlnini. us George I'.akcr, at; e. convict. Is being unlolded by degrees by Chief ! of Detectives Desmond. Alter his ' identification as George Haker alias, "Kansas City Frank'' a suposed con j federate of William Morris, he con fessed to having served five years In the Misourl penl'.aentlnry for blowing a safe at Marshal, Mo. Chicago to Have Subway. Chicago: A comprehensive subway system for Chicago will be started be fore April, IShui, according to Alderman Milton J. Foreman, chalrmana of the Transportation Comittee of tho City Council. Tho system, ns outlined by Mr. Foreman. In an address at the Real Estate Board banquet, will extend as far south as Twelfth street, as far north as Chicago avenue, and as far west as Halsted street. The subway will accomodate through traffic. The surface cars will continue to carry lo cal traffic. R. P. Sheridan Fined (25. St. Louis: It. P. Sheridan of St. Louis, who was arrested Thursday on the charge of using the United States mails Improperly, was frlday found guilty of the rhargo in the United States District Court. He was fined $25 and costs. Earthquake Shocks In Kansas. Kansas City. Mo.: Specials to th Star report that three distinct earth quake shocks were felt at Meade and Dodge City. Persons were awakened and window and dishes rattled. , 1 -pn 1 tNni..r of PORT ARTHUR ed at 200 and those of the Japanese at HO. The Russians occupied Walt- aosnau on the 14th Instant with eight companies and began constructing de fenses. The Kussians retreated across the Shakhe river, after a sharp bayo net fight. Alexieff Retires to St. Petersburg: Harbin: Viceroy Alexieff Friday ssued his fare-well order of the day. It Is as tolows: "In the execution of his Majesty's order 1 am leaving for St. Petersburg. 1 thank all the officers of the Pacific fleet most heartily lor their solf-wrl-flclng work at sea during the last ten months, which, in Hie matter of des troying the enemy's mines has been attended with grave danger. I con alder It my duty to thank particularly the seamen nt Port Arthur, who. while showing great lighting powers, have worked harmoniously and zealously In conjunction with gallant soldiers in the fortress, and. with their guns, their valor and their knowledge, have helped in tho herois defense of the fortress against the. advance of a self-willed, stubborn enemy Fired en British Fishing Boats. Declares Labor Laws Not Violated. Springtlcld. II!.: Charges that the st. He penal institutions hate be.-n mis tiiaiitiL'e;!. and particularly that tho con vict labor laws were being violat-d tit the Joliei pe.iitentiary in tli- manu facture and sale of shoes, were bluntly refuted Friday by Harney Cohen, pres ident and .1. F. Morris, secretary of th" ritate federation of labor. These of llcials ol the federation were named at a mei t!tiE of the fed -i 111 ion as a committee to carefully Invent igate tho charucs and ihe committ. e reported that the !ian:e; were unqualifiedly false and that the laws were being rigidly t-nror c. at th" Joliei institu tion. Business Block Burns in Greenville. Greenvil tho entire Ii!.: Within three hours st side of the Greenville public fce.iiare. with the exception of the new lieinoniin building, was wiped out by lire at a 11 early hour Thursday morning. 1 ii'. 'tiling a loss of more than $",o,"'" The origin of the tire is unknot-. ;i. although Im ereiarism is smpet'H'd. The lire started In the base ment of the .1 Seaman hardware com pany's s'"tc .11 :; o'clock, an 1 by 0 o'clock tour largo brick bull. lings were In ruin:-. Four men. Harry Haumher ger, C. L. Abbott. A.lolph Wit;-, ami Thomas Stevenson were ba lly hurt by an 1 xtdosloa of gunpowder during the fire. I Russian Lean to Draw American Gold. I New York: Indications point lo hen i vy exports of gold from this country j to Pari"; and Merlin before the year's ; end. One estimate places the utnount i at not less than I2u.uoo.ini0. The 1 new Kusistan loan is believed to be 1 the bni,ls of the probable outflow Paris i bankers. Il Is said, hate notified Her- tin, which is a heavy debtor in Prance, j that loans aggregating many millions ot francH will have to be met within the next sixtv days. Austria Opposes Peace Conference. Vler.r.a: The foreign office hellves tha' nothing is likely to result at. present on the subject of the proposed new peace conference at The Hague. It points out that, apart from wide spread opinion that the time Is ino portune. the war in the far Kast Is constantly openitu new and important questions of international law which can not be sutisfactorlally dealt with until hostilities are over. Kills Brother by Mistake. Guthrie. Ok.: Klncaid Robb was shot and killed Wednesday night at Asher. Ok., by his widowed sister, Mrs. Leiiru Markham. Kahb had been to St. Louis for two weeks and his wife and sister did not expect him home. It was 11 o'clock when he entered the house. Tim women thought he was a burglar. Mn. Mark ham shot seven times at him. Reohrlttens Two Cruisers. Bt. Petersburg: The volunteer steamers Smolensk and St. Peters burg, whose operations In seizing for eign merchantmen railed forth sticces ful protests, will. In order to bo com missioned eh cruisers of the active flwot, be renamed the Rion an.l Dnie per, respectively. Japanese Losses at Shakhe River. Toklo: Fluid Marshal Oyatna re ports that the Japanese totnl casualt ies were 1B.K7K officers and men at Uis buttle of Shaxbo river. TO STOP CZAR'S BALTIC FLECT Attitude of Francs Delays Early De claration of War. London: Mr. Ttalfour, the Nrltlsh premier, said to a foreign diplomat Thursday that bo could not entertain the thought that Russia would force war In connection with the North sea outrage. "Why," he Is quoted as sav ing, "such a thing would be monsiroiis. The t zar must recognize the terribly trying nature of our position. The wrath of tho nation Is rising. The temper of all public men Is strained. The cuar must see this. His ambassa dnr here can not have neelectc.i 1,1 Inrortn him. He must realize .hat un less Russia does the decent thing quickly our vessels are bound to take steps looking for redress." King Kdwar.U feelings, like those of his subjects, have undergone a strong reaction with regard to the Dogger bank tragedy. Adnilr.il Ro Jestvensky's avolilanu.e of land. St Petersburg's delay and the brutal comment of the Russian semi-official paper have caused Edward's confi dence to give Haee to astonishment and indignation. Ird Landsdow tie's diplomatic call ers Thursday aro convinced tbut the Drltlsh fleet will prevent Admiral Ho- jestvensky's squadron from proceeding on its voyagx until the Itrltish de mands are lully met. "No attack will be made on the Rus- s.ans," said a prominent party here. "They will be conveyed to a conven ient stopping place to await develop ments. Of course. If Admiral Roles! vensky regards himself assailed and ! opens fire, the necessary response will i be made to curb him. The cumulative . effect of Russia's long enreer of Inso- i lenee, callousness and out rage has i brought llrilaln up t.j the fighting point." ' The attiitnle of France Is held to I be of the highest liupot tarn e. It is pointed out. that It Is greatly to j France's iut.-rcfcts to piesenc peace, and her efforts In that direction will; be strengthened by not comitlinij It- i self except ut ihe last moment. So . long as Hrltaln is not sure whether! France will help Russia she will not be likely 10 elmage In war; while Rus sia, with I-ranee n.tur.i!. would, so it is thought at most of ihe embassies here, scarely Invite defeat. . ' I'.aron H ayashl. the Japanese minis ter, atlcr reading A.lmira-I ltojeti-cn- sky's r.-port. again reiterated his state- ment that it was liuposible that any Japanese lorp. do boats ould hate; been where the Russian admiral ; thonitbt tlv-in. War between Kuglnnd and Russia. Haron Hatashi Irani. ly ad- ! mitted, would be greatly to Japan's' advantage; yet, ns a friend of Kng- ' land, lie would he souy to sen It come. , So far as known here the United States is not niote.l In th. pr. sut ilispule. statements alleging expn-s- : slons of accord with the ltntish nttl tilde 011 the pan of the United States ' being emphatically denied by Charite' White, in the absence of Amnassador Chicle, win) is In the country. j Perhaps tho most HiKiilllennt rlevel- ; opnient is Hie cabinet meeting which was called for noon Thnisduy. While the call celpt of changed was issued prior to the ... H.ijestvenskt 's r.-port. w hich : the situation 1 oii.-ideiablt and appears to place some of tic bur ' den of proof upon Gi.-al Itiiiain. the, meeting undoubtedly ni'iil;.- the r.':u h Ing of a serious sta OFFERS $500 REWARD ; FOR GIRL'S MURDERER Father of Young Woman Stimulates Search for the Assault:!-. Waterloo, III.: Richard Woodcock.! the lather of the youti woman who died last Thursday, according to the Coroner's verdict, by accident, accord ing to the belief of htiu ire Is of per sons at the hands of a murderer, .Mon day offeied u it-waul of $.Vi for ihe ar rest of the person or persons who assaulted his daughter The father yet believes that Miss Woodcock was criminally assaulted and thru murdered. He desires to bring the guilty person to Justice. Governor Yates has been asked to also offer u'lettuid on behalf of the State. No official complaint has been made against Louis Klingelhoeffer, liu: man who approa-hed Sheriff Rip-lies Sun day and demand a preliminary trial lu connection with the mystery. State Attorney Joshua Wilson refuses to I conduct a hearing until some formal I complaint is lodged. Kliiighoeffer 1st generally belived to have no connec tion with the affair. A posse is working In the hills and caves of the country surorundlng the Woodcock farm, trying to locate tho murderer. Berlin Condemns It. Herliu: "A prodigious blunder'' Is the German official verdict upon the attack of the Russian second Pacific squadron on the Rrltlsh fishing fleet. The excitement in Great Drltaln Is regarded here as being fully Justifiable. Yellow Fever in Mexico. Mexico City. Mexico: The superior board of health has information that there Is but one case ot yellow fever lu Tehauntepec and only one case re maining In Coatzacoalcas. Vera Cruz Is without new eases. Smith Convicted of Crubb's Murder. Waco, Tex : The Jury in the case of Addison Smith, 1 barged with tho mur der ot Deputy Sheriff Isaac Orubbs, found the defendant guilty of murder In the second dugree, giving him twenty-five years. ill ra c 7 The Russian Rattle fleet Is under tbej ommand of Admiral Rojestvetisky. I BRITISH FLEET MOVES TOWARD GIBRALTAR Czar Disavows Act of Firing North Sea Fishermen. Upon London: The measure of precau tion which the admiralty announces calls Into cooperation 2S bat'le ships, 18 cruisers and about f.o Impe.bi-boat destroyers and other arr.n ! craft. The Meditei rant an squadron, com manded by Admiral Sir Co::i 'on Domvilln. was at Venice wle-n tin admiralty's dispatch was 1 civ -.1 The admiral Immediately 1 an. el,-, hli sailing programme, and went south ward on a dispatch bout, escorted by two or three cruisers. He has situ:.! sent Instructions for the whole fleet 10 follow 111 tu to Gibraltar Th" chan nel fleet, coinandei) by vice Admiral I.01 d Charles lierc-lii.t arrived at Gibraltar Moudny. and is now ce.iilnt.'. The home squadron, co.iin.aii.l, .1 by Vice Admiral Sir Art bur Wilson, ha.-t been In northern Scottish waters. It sailed sonibiviiiil Tucs.iay rvciiii g The Fxpress states that i'.i-M met ioii.i bate been Issued for Hie timliili.itroit of the natal reserves, totaling "."i.c ei't. This is not coniirin. .1. 'I'd,. Morning Post tt nics that the leave of all n.nal offlceri was stopped Monday m-un-ins. Czar Dlsavotvs Fleet's Acts. London- The hu t liable d -la;, s of diplomatic prni ediire npp. ..r to r-taid a complete and seti-la. nt s.-t'l.;-nient of the acute diifeiv.. en httttccri Great Itiitaln and Russia .im.ing ftoni Hie North Sea affair. Nl:,t-. l-M-.tar.l has receive,! 1 roni Finpc-.u i. I. ,lm himself a cabb-giam expre :-in !!: deepest 1 egret me I a pra.-tca! knottieieuen! thai Ct. nl Ih Pain's peri mpiory note will 1 1 v '.tii n reply conceding evert ilei.miid for an apology lor the a. t of a :j; .--1, against the licit 1- h fin':, . ui;i,. te at : -:i fot the sulT.rei- an.l puui i:;n. ..t of tli" officers I .(iiuisilile for tt luit : ot-crytvhi re concede! to have been a, gigantic blunder aie! 1 h lius-.hm.i ain hnstidor to the coin; of .St. .lames b.n expiessed to Foieicn Mii.isi.-i- L.in.U dowr.e his surow an 1 s. i:ij.;itl:y Horton Confesses Vurdtr. Jopiin, Mo . ciiie , ,1:,,., ; e.-u i o ,!. was sentenced '-.i ul:..: iiin-t ; ars in the penitentiary in Jndu.j Daub's court here Te.e ,!.iy f :t jf,., nntr.'.i r of J. H Ivum ll a y. M01 tun iiiinl'- a lull i e.iit"., ,ina .11 toto saying It -;..it that In- lured Kenni 11 n . ,..,.!; a :i ile north of Juphn. where h. bed him of fji.iu and brained bin a foupl.r.u pin- Kennell was T.T, old. and had lived in Carthage s. years, where ho was cock in a r ant. rob :s illi e:u. veral .-'an- Hillsboro Hotel Burned. ilillsboro. Mo.: Mrs. K. Vuiimar'j store mid hotel building burned Mon day morning between 2 and I. The Ins is partially covered by Insurance. Hotel Proprietor Robert F.tans lost all 104 furniture, lie had no Insurance. Tin loss to him will be nt least $7.H'). Guests of the hotel were awakened in ample time to escape. The flames had a good start before heiii'; discovered, and nothing could bo done to cheeli them. Closes St. Louis Arsenal. Philadelphia, Pa.: Word was re ceived In this city Thursday that President Roosevelt had ordered tho St. Louis arsenal quartermaster's .1 partmetit shut down permanently, and directing that all unfinished contract be given to the Schuylkill arsenal this city It was said specifically that the work on these contracts Is to , performed by the women relative of war veterans and that tho present schedule of wages Is to bo paid. Vandals Taken to the Pen. Warrenshurg. Mo : Sheriff Keech d.v parted for Jefferson City Monday hav ing In charge W. Clegler and J. N. Hayes, the two brakciuen who pleaded guilty to robbing their fellow-trainmen killed in the wreck east of Warrens burg October 10. Zclglcr will serve a sentence of three years, and Hsynet will serve five years in the State Pent teutiary. Czar's Subjects Condemn War. Vienna; The Russian Constitutional party, the adherents of which are nu merous lu tho different Russian dis tricts and provincial assemblies, has published a manifesto strongly con demning the war. It declares that the czar himself was uppuued to hos tilities, but was overruled by thu min ister and grand dukes. The ninnl tos'.o declarej that only tha procla mation of explanation will tsvo Rus sia of the present dangerous moment. It concludes: "Down with the autocra cy. iMag Live tho constitution." .. .s