Newspaper Page Text
THE CAIRO BULLETIN.
"BREVITY 16 THE SOUL of wit;" but "A good ttory In worth the space needed to tell it fully;" thlt applies to advertising. HOW MUCH ADVERTISING hall ho used ' All that the reader will dl gtet! Mipply plenty to support growth. TOLOItt XXXIX, NO. 205 CAIRO, ILL., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1007. ESTABLISHED IK 1881 STEAMER TENNESSEE WRECKED AGAINST PIER OF EIDS BRIDGE L SCORES FOR YESTERDAY STRIKERS REFUSE T. HI ELKS' TWO THOUSAND PROSTRATIONS WY S ARGUE TO COMPROMISE ROM HEA PARADF HAYWOOD CASE Took Four Hours For Procession to Pass Given Point-20,000 Wen and 125 Floats Grand Lodge Installed Officers Philadelphia, I'll.. Ju'y 18- It $ Mm Anions 'hi' few psraders who Wer tiiuatc,i i ha- awenty-flva hum: eel per. ovaiWirlti were, .1 Harringtdfo Walker, sons were pjoatrated by b99J tains f SI Paul, Min ,., and rlswrjr 3. Wa during t ic Progress Wt Klksyoi, Kxnltel Ruler of Urn rhlbideiphia parade. The pr.rado was oati of the f-odgd of ITilks. The of her victims gieate.d sef.i in tins city in years and were i.iiefly from th's dry and fr It if estimated thil more than halt a , roOndlrig territory It requited four million persons crowded In o the , Hours lor the marchers to pass a In" ad Btteets to view the spectacle. J given point. The total number in the it ini the ROtfe t day of tli summer I line wan conservatively estimated at anil loR before- the parade siartp 1 1 1'O.con men with about 126 Heats, spttetators wo o failing by tlio dwehr. The grand lodge teatelled it pewi) The nan was broiling hot and t lie ' elected officer! ton ght at whirh time 1-ii'iildlty was unusually high. Every ?,! We,s announced that al a pr.n I us ho--.pl n I ill the city was brought Ipto i h.n. the Sure Association of Rika service after those nearest tin- route I ad been given Offtital recognition, of the parade were crowded to the Th's dooislca on the ptrf of the grand last inch. Physielr.'s were so busy I lodge Bottles the light that bail been that n nnmea wore taken. 1 ,v!1"1' 1 '''v yews. The stale 8S( - There wa hut one taee that r uVn.fi if restricted in it; Work and Milted fatally. .lames Rowley, Il 'mav nol take up legislative matter oavs of age. of this city died in the ;i Intj fore with executive affair- In hospPul after being overcome in t streets, other st ickea persons are matA tn lo in wind fiondltlonS Willi no' lot-peels of fatal result!' MILITIA CALLED AGIST MOB murderers of Italian hoy in louisiana town are threatened. FOUR FOUND GUILTY ' Of 'ItWifaptiiirfi-gjwr-: and Strangling Him Wi Woods When Ransom Was Not Paid Lynching Expected. lla'.inville, I.a.. July IS. Two com panies of militia were tonight ordered here to p oteet lriim threatened lynching four Italians Campiseinnn, Mrs. CamplSClano, Tony Costa and Prank GWtdttsa convicted "without eapltal punishment," of complicity ! tin murder of llttla Wai or Lamana, of New Oilcans, who was kidnaped and strangled about a month ago. MOB FROM NEW ORLEANS. Hahnvllle, La., July 18. The ver dict in the case was reached juat be fore i. ul tonight after the Jury had been out minutes and at the close of a four days' trial, full of excitu n out. An hour afterward it was re ported that preparations for lynch inc tonicht were under way. Lynch ing reports appeared as far as New Orleans'! twenty miles away, anil local officers weie apprehensive thai a Dgrt) micht be made up in that city to eld In such an attemp'. The prisoners wi:e returned to St. Charles parish Jail, an isolated BtfUS lure ItlBdtng In the fields a nunrter of n mile awnv from any habitation ex cept the sheriff's house anil the court bouse In the trial the state did not suc ceed in proving nay of lh accused committed the aetnal murder, it was tt -titled tho! Oampisclano and wlf" Shielded the kidnapers from capture, WN throwing a party of police off the nail when they were within a short distance of the lMiy's Biding place an hour before his murder. Testifying in his own defeaPe today. Campis clano did net deny this, but claimed that he had Ix-en forced by threats of death to act as he did. Collagero Oendiisa was gfl between for the ran som nnney. and Cor' a. uft'ordina to witnewes, wa tho actual kidnaper who stole the Ikiv and gave him to the kidnapers. Cta denied this while teeUfpiag in bis own defense today. Campisciano tstl(ied today that tho eclual murderers were anRHlo Incara ca erra. Tony Oandusa, Stcffano Moi fro, Chico LOChest. These four men have not been caiturel. Campisciano also ImplicaH'd In the plot Ixnorado tUBblS end Nicolina, his si-ler, be h of whom will be triad next week SOLDIERS HALTED BY MOB. New Orleans. Jnly IS. -Kluhly-two ;ate soldiers reached llahnvillo Jail late toniftbt affr passing through a molt of several hundrod petBMM in Gretna. Laa . who Med to induce tho train crew to side track the militia special. The mob hoied thereby to get to Hahnville first. The Only Way. "Say. boy boy'" exclaimed a hot looking man with a heavy portman teau. which Is the quickest way to get to the station? ' 'Run'" yelled the boy nate lodges, I'i principal work iloug cl.ai italde and fraternal The namcB of the prise win- ; 1 will be made tomorrow. WIND MD RAIN DO MUCH DAMAGE FLOOTS NOW RECEDING BUT WILL COST COUNTRY HALF A MILLION DOLLARS. HOMES SWEPT AWAY 3 Heqtty Cloudburst Baltimore & Ohio Railr&ad Suffers Big Loss Bridge Carried Away When Man Atte-.ipts to Cros9. Pittsburg. Pa., July IS. Com ei va tlve reports to the Associated Press tonight from the interior parts of t WOS! Virginia indicate that the Moods caused by storms and cktttdbUtStS dur ing the pa t forty-eYghi UOUrS are re ceding and thai the damage will icach at least half a million dollar, Pom deaths thus far have boon repotted, t Macomber. the grestesl damnge v as luatalned. A loss to the count) a bridges being carried away will reach 1100,000. At this place while Mrs. Belyard and her two children were standing on the front porcfa wat hing the waters which hud al ready reached the floni-R the parch was SWOpi away. A moment later later Belyard Stepped to the door only In Mine to see his satire family swept awav. Claudius Wolfe lost hfc life while niH-mpting to lido across a bridge. When in the middle of the structure the bridge was Washed nws The damage to the Baltimore Ohio railroad will reach ISOd.OOO pried pejly in the tracks being waabed away. The most damage to jirivate prop' erty was at Newburg when- several building were washed away and nwrlv every house wiu tb did. A Church at Kvansvillc was m, 'turned and washed away. COMM.ISSIONER APPOINTED. Springiieid. in.. July II. Qoveraof fienoen today appointed John A. COS v. editor and publisher of th" Al on Telegraph, a member of the Illinois civil service commission. t succeed former State Senator Wllloughby, re cently appointeil a member of th state boars of railroad and warehouse commissioners. NICARAGUA TROUBLE Ie Becoming Worse According to Rc port of Wife of Leader of Last Revolution. Panama, July IS. Tho situation In Nicaragua must !e critieal. judging fmm what Mr Kmiliano Chanwrro, wife of tho loaii-r of tho last r role- ion against President ZHaya. says. On land ne in Nicaragua she do-la ton, she wa- Imptlsonod and lejspnlsatl o'ght days ron fined with r immon prisoners, during which the oour.trv uffernl from an oaithquake and part lef the walls of the prison fell l. Finally. SttlBSssgSi n'.thinj wa SOWBal r : 1 r. !: wis d- po-tf-d b. 'he first sttamer bound mirth, with, -at being allowed :o see her family. BOB I wl lilM PROPOSITION TO EXCLUDE FROM JURY EVIDENCE OFFERED BY DEFENCE. TO PROVE CONSPIRACY Dai row Sparks in the Morning Sena j tcr Borah in Afternoon Judge Wood Will Decide Today Evidence All In. I BolBB, Idaho. .Inly 18, A day of lorgumeol 00 the admissibility of points of the evidence, followed the announcement irum the dkfenso that they had no further witnesses to offer I in the behalf of Haywood The jury was hoJ 1 tought into -court. Judge Wood having been informed by the loot nael of their decision to rest wtth- o t an offer of sur nduittal. Clareneo Dai row asoile for an hour ayn I a half of the morning Besajon. I Senator Borah replied in the after jar. a nr;d was followed liy R r Hch ardHOtt, .lvi(U;f Wood u .11 prohaldy au- Inoaace hi-' deciaiop lomorimv. The j 1 1 i ti 1 argued was the proixisi (lion to esejuQo from constderatli.n by he jury of the evidence offered by tbfi defense t show; by proof of tho de porkition of the miners from and the employment of detec3Vea in the Crip ple Creek district, that a conspiracy I was formed anionK the mine owners 1 1 M to p oration of Miners The position tak en by the jlefepae was that Orchard ams employed by iho Mine Owner.'.' Ass: elation through the detectives 'n commit the Crime which were then charged to the federation and the pub lie opinion rifld against the union workers and It therefore followed thai If .he Colorado evidence for the stale was admitted the dofenae had a right 0 show a counter conspiracy. The reply cf tho state was that the d fense had failed legally to ooftnec! their case In these particulars and Uierefoje :hcir evidence nearly rw.ii fused tiic lesue, DEATH SENTENCE IS GIVEN BILLIK FOR POISONING ADOLPH VR7ALL OF CHICAGO, AND HIS FIVF CHILDREN TO GET LIFE IN SURANCE. Chicago, July IS. --Merman BIlMk, who has heeB OS trial ciiarged with poisoning Adoipii Vraatl ami hi Hve children, wns convicted tonight and the luiy fixed his sentence at death. Vrsall and his live children all died within S few BSOnthS of ea. h other under suspicious circumstances, llil lik had here a friend of the family for years sad la his capacity, a for tune teller, had administered tneili cine to the children. An investigation showed that Vrzall and his child i en bad nil suffered fne same complaint before deatfa, BlUlk wn arrested on suspicion. The day after bis nnest Mr;;. Wall commit ed micide by talc ini: poison. Dnriag the trial testlmmty was sub- iniiled bf the state charging BfHih with having dtepoasd of Vraatl nnd his children in order to collect the life insurance they carried. SUDDEN AUTO GOES IN CANAL OCCUPANTS OF CAR JUMP AND ARE UNINJURED ACCIDENT CUE TO DISARRANGED STEER ING APPARATUS. ('anion. Ohio. July 1.- NgTSMsS thf) score was comple ed this exening for the (Hidden and Mower cont.-.-tant - it showed that five iii tho former nnd one in th- latter were unaccounted tor officially. Car No. ."2. d'iven by Ft W Mouck. for the Buffalo club went Man UM canal near New Pliiladolphia this afteraeaa The accident was due to h' disairangwl steering sppatattr Thi OeesnaasVM ef the car jumped an! BO one was injured. The run tomorrow I to Piltsbur The touri-ts left Columbus this mom int. BARNES RESIGNS. Madiron. Wis.. July 1 John Barnes today resiere.i as chairman tf the WiJeonsie Railroad rate com mission because the kfrlslstnrc pas e i the two cent f" lull after he com mission bad or'ert i a 2H cent rate Nattional League. Boston July is. Two iloglee and u double In the Srst Inning gave Chi cago two runs and the gume. 11 11 i; Hoaton u C 1 ChlcuRo t G 2 Hat cries Overall and Koran; F. li berty and Needham. New Yor'., July lf. Howe fans by Devlin end Brosnahan onttblod tho lo cals to defeat Pittsburg. u 11 B New York i 9 0 Pittsburg 2 S 1 Bat.erles wiltse and Boworraan! I sever, Duggleby and 1 1 Ibson Brooklyn, July 18. Scanlon won his own frame with a three baggor in the 1 seventh Inning. j nun I Brooklyn S ti 2 j St. Uis'R 2 6 U ;n : ei ies Scanl. n and BerBoa; ,jiteis ami Marshall. I Fhiladi-ipliia and Cincinnati itulu. j no saaie. Airie!ican Leanue. H H R Chicago 2 G 4 New York 11 IK 1 Batteries White, felne; Sullivan and Mf Par I and , Newton aid Thomas. Second Game. H II K Chicago n 2 '' I New York 1 4 0 Batteries Walsh and Sullivan; Qrth and Klelnow St Louis and Bos. on Bain, n" k ii n Clrveland ' i fj Philadelphia 5 12 I Batteries Rjhpsdee, Heos Bern hard, -fJlarke and Be mis; Bender and Powers. R II K Metreit '. 5 U i Washington 2 7 " Batteries Muliiu ami Schmidt; Qerhlng and Warner. Second Came. I! M B pet roit 11 ' tt Waahington 8 I :' Batteries- KilHan and Psytta; I'at teg au.i Beyden. American Ar.sociation. Kansas City Louisville I Second Game. Kansas City - Louisville . FASTEST MILE OF THE YEAR 1ADE BY CHESTNUT GELDING AT CLEVELAND "TAMPUS FU CETT" TAKES PURSE OF $2,000 AT LIBERTYVILLC. Cleveland, July is. -Fastest mile of the year over tile Gknville trai l,, and probably the fastest mile over aay track in the eomtry to date, was pac rd bjf IBi chestnut uelding, Mai C in 2:o",'i today, when lie worked In 1:94. he made the Inst ipiarter In L'tt setonul The next lu'at was timed iu 1:09, with the tinal half in 1:91. TEMPUS FUGITT. UbertyriUe, in.. July is Qeert swuiit the eaidn at trotting here tnda winning the liis: two raves OOtrlgbl anl getiitig Hist money la the third by virtue of the association arrange nieiil th;it n races were lo be long' r than lle hcMv ;iud that the purse wa ; !o be divided according lo the sum mary at the end fif the fifth MsBM wiui in a less number of he.it. 2:15 trot for $2,uOo witli nine H n ers. Tempus Kugltt. won: Mver Bind, second: Codero third. Time 2: l'"4. 2:2.', pace for $mmi with six start ers. William O . won; Star Din el, ae.' ond; llrace Oirec, third. Time 2.07 1-5. j 09 pari for fl.Oort with four stait- ers. Ardi lie, won. Cascade, second; Wl! Hi Benton, third. Time M9. ITALIAN SCALDS BOY. K'ie Ph. July gj ehSBBn (M seeSM?. an Italian was arreslel toni-.b rh ted Wilii licillg IO .nside f ,r th del h of Krink St. Oenge. nine; -ar old. (JulasePDe N alleged to lave ae.l,d his victim to dejij with toiling sajago. SEVENTFEN DROWNED. ?antiaeo De Chil Jnly 18.- Vrgcn ' .. t. ii,.. Toio. has been wreck .1 unr! intwn nersoea ere rea. rted o hare been drowned CONTRADICTORY STATEMENT' REGARDING SITUATION AMONG TEl.fc'O It APH ERS. NOTHING IS CONCEOED Ssjs Vice President and Qensi'al M in a.jcr of Wt?i:n Union Ri I road On rntorr Get Hand some Increase. ! Oakland, Csl . July IS. - Thi st'l! ing Commercial Telegraphers t dav tefused, by standing vote, ti acce.is the processions finmed by their nn 'tjuuil executive emmlttoe, T.. Western IfahW and Postal Te'crraph companies loncesslons were decline I. The offered a 25 per cent inciea e of pay after the telegraphers were at jworlt ami would lake hack all but j three strikers. The I'os al would re instate eighty per cent of the strikers, President Wwall this nfterno.' tele I graphed the rsult of the union's ac- ion to the iieadiiuai te s at Chicago. j DENIES OFFER OF INCREASE. ' New v rk, July 18 VVhan ha I meeting 'pt Vklai. Ctl ; to lay had vpfed to refuae the concesalona of fered by the Westerp Union, sttclud ing it was stated a Z6 par cent In- : m v al work, psasldt m clow y .if the Wes ern Union aptd that he wished to unqualifiedly -.:cny thai any advance in salatloa had coal promlsel th si i il:Oi n. WILL REEMPLOY STRIKERS. New York. July 1S.--K. J. Naliy. vice pre'ident and general manage oi the Postal p npany announced t day that he bad autiiorle l superin tendent StpfO)" al San Pranclsco tj re employ telegraphers wii itruck provided they make an indi vhlual appllcClon and are not ob jecticns oie to the superintendonL The men would be redirod to prowts. Naliy Raid, tq give faithful servlto snl liseontlnite .-ll agitation and i.iteifer 01 Ob with Lie co'iiiiany's business, lie notified Big er thai 'he same sain rles ami conditions as before he Strike would prevail. N'.illy said that in Cook this action at the reiiuesi of lln Hod tflaUM Labor Commissioner Nelll. INCREASE FOR RAILROADERS Cincinnati, July 8. increases rang ing from $2.50 to $1(1.00 pr month were granted to the telegraph opera- oiii of the Queen and Crescent rail mad system by the readjustment c ini ph led today. The new scale was the e: up of i conference between Oen oral Manager Baker and the teleg raphers representing the various divi sions of Ihe line and it Is said to have ben brought about bv th managomenl wl hont receipt of demands from Iha men. Between I9d and .'ua mm are .'life ted. SITUATION IS SERIOUS. San PraOffSCO, July IS ll was a day of ncllity in the ranks of the striking telegrapher! at Oakland There were committee.; appointed and many Impromptu conferences held and during the afternoon several operators haM sfereaee with the executive Committee. Absolute silence was maintained as te tag meeting or trend of the discussions. Ii was evident, however, that sli nation was considered serlors, latere were hints of increasing Mettan Banana Mm leaders of tile and the the strikers. Tho executive committee rumc in for severe usllfciilil on ac count of Its apparent lack of BgmpSgky fir the lOQBj operators. CONFESSES GDILT In Signed Statement After Being In dieted Wrth Five Other in Coal Land Fraud. Deatear, fatp is. w v. ltaiiH. a mining man of Milwaukee, was arres cd on the federal grand Jurj's indict mont barging hi maud the others in connection with the federal coal BStB Ing company with alleged frauduloi t nc'iulsitioe of coal lands has given :i igned etalaisni to the Catted states Slim Bej in which he g"-s Into tails of the whole consniracy to 1 fraud ihe government, niire ws t day taker, bef ire the I nlte I S!at s commirsi-nor and was released on bl own recognition after agivlng to ap pear at thrlal sa a witness for the gov ern men . Flowers from British Yukon. Tbe BriSlsh Yukon, it Is said, will erhiblt 2UV Smiettea of Boer, n,e Alaska Yuion exuosition. to be held n Sna'lie In 1S0 Deck Hands Believed to Have Lost Their Lives No Passengers Aboard-Had $25, 000 Cargo :iii lal to '"he Bulletin . . . . j St. Louis , July is. Some deck j hands may have lost their lives when I the boil Tennessee was dashed aadn)l the east pier of I he Bads bridge 'his afternoon in a storm. Beck hands who escaped by clinging to the lafeb framework of the bridge and -climbing up to the railroad track, say they saw several men knocked t ver- board, ' Two holes were knocked In the hull i which parltally filled with water be fore pumps COUld be put lo work. The left side of the tetas of the. boat nnd fhirtj feet of she side guards were swept saaay and Ith was otherwise : damaged. No passengers were aboard, Tho Team ssee was ehtnnts to Mound Cl'y to take freight U r Kansas City When it was si hick ii) inc siorm, aooui i three boat lengths above the Kads ! liridgn. I; had passed under I ha bridge between the middle and the 1 1 wo e!it piers. The wind drove the boat over to the east shore against the piling of the elevator .1 st north of the bridge, lie bounding, it swng "'it Into the current and a as driven boardslde against tlio east pier. All who c itld sie.e the frame work before the boat swung HELD YESTERDAY WHEN POWER FUL SPEECHES WERE MADE SPAIN MAKES SENSATIONAL DECLARATION. The Hague, July is. The ettttpg of the peace conference today has been line of the most Important yet held for the Interns! In the quostlons dls cussed as well as tof the powerful speeches delivered by Joseph M, Choate cf the United S ates. Lutlus ;. Drago, of Arweotlne, and Paras Trtaaa, of Columbia, while, in addi tion, Ppnln made a declaration whlck attracted much attention as revealing ri desire of the Spanish government io arsume kind of moral tutelagd -ver the laln-Aneriran SOUOtrloS, In the n 'elusion of his address. Joseph M. choate made an eloquent appeal toj the nations to enter Into the general convention, which ought to in en- tiieiv distinct and Independent, for h aeltlemettl of the dlapdied ipi stions, arising in aibitratloo. IT TOOK THREE WEEKS. The Hague Julv IS The commit tee denllag with the hombnrdmenl of undefended towns and villages today approved the rdiowing protpositloa af fording such acts. UpOSJ leaving the ting Brigadier C.oneral Davis, oro ci the American delegate- remaflteo Ironically: "Since tho time of Julius Csesar no aamnli exists of a.i undefended town being bombarded, but the confexettce ik three week, lo realise it." MILLIONAIRE! DROPS DEAD. Omaha. Neb. July IS. -William A. Paxton, To years of ago, a pioneer an I millionaire business maa. dropped deed at his home in this city tonight. ppSttOSI was employed In the construe tlon of a military road be' ween Omn ha and Salt I-ake. and was one of tho r B tractors who built the Union Pa cific railway. OTHERS QUALIFY In Trans Miaiimppi Golf Tournament Many to Content For Cham pionship. Rock Island 111. July 18 As a re , ot .,! !, second round of the match nlav of the Trans Misi--ipiu Oolf Toiirnamen' this afternoon Hev P ft 1 iii, t. of IB; - i. Kas : II. (1 i . . . of Minneapolis; Q B. Calnnnd. of pes Moines. Janu-s Alien, of Oms ba: J. H. Carr of Rock Is'and: A. V. Warren, of St. Joseph, and Percy Ha B n of Colorado Snrings. are lefl lo contest for championship. Ostr.sh Yield. There are 1U0.0 M) uc'ii be In ftsO OsafgafMorn di.trtrt. Cape Coloay. the iveragc ani.ual value ot the feathers leMcd by each Wr.i being . MOST IMPORTANT RAGDE MEETING did so, As the boat drift,. from under them gome were left hang Ing down toward the wa er from the inldng, but they managed to draw themselves up and gain a footing. After swinging through the span the hunt was driven, now without a plht toward a ferry b at lying Just below ihe bridge at the east side. It struck and raked the ferry boat, but did not grag it from it; moorings. Swinging out again Into the current the 1 oat drifted down 8-rem. The fug Susie Hazard put ou( from the west shore, overtook it and towed if in. Pilot B ibaach. who was in charge of the h at, said he did not know many men wore aboard, nor whether any had been drowned. Jack Leonard, the firs; mate win one of those who went overboard. Me was rescued. Leonard says he was In the bow of the boat when it struck. He thought It was going to sink and jumped over board and swam ds wn stream until h I a as picked up by s tug. Plral reports were to the effect that the boat had sunk with a I2..0U" cargo. The newspapers got out ev tras to tluii Teot and created excite iifcnt in the city. KOREAN EMPEROR HAS ABDICATED AFTER CONFERENCE WITH ELDER STATESMEN OF THE EMPIRE, RULER YIELDS. YIELDS. TO JAPANESE Mzkec Vain Appeal to Ito to Savs Korean Honor Mob Seaks te Wreck Printing Office Much Unrest. TdWo. July 19 nisnafohs f-o a Seoul ajrt the emperor ennveued fh-r eider statesmen at i o'clcck thf; arorii log (Friday.) Cabinet ministers wait ed In an adjoining room while the em peror conferred with Ihe elder states men After n two hours conference lit a ir.aajesty finally yielded and made up his mind to abdicate. it was deckled to hold the ahdlca tlon ceremony at 10 o'clock this morn lag. Much rarest prevails boat the pa! ace and as another place a cr wd of 1 000 is a seem bled, a portion of this croud iisianltcd the office of the Daily Koknmln, but the mob was dis- peraad t fore heavy damage was in- Inilcted. EMPEROR PLEADS IN VAIN. Seoul, July is via Tokio. Mar quis Ito visited the emperor this after no n In response to th,, emperor's plea. After two weeks obstinate se CSBBlon and silence the H.Tperor sent the court officers to It i wl'h a ines ;age that Inasmuch as bo h wore wor ried over tho presence of the Korean deputation at The Hague, ho tlieindnre begged the reeidem general to eoma to tho palace. The audience of Ito with the emner. or lasted one hour. It Is reported that the emperor appealed Imploringly t i the former to help save Korea from her present complication In a mannpr sfae nry to be Japanese, and with out doing anything derogatory to the Korean court. Ito. It Is said carefully avoided making any definite reply and ! tired without committing himself. The Japanose foreign minister. Hav-f-hi. arrived tonight, receiving i heat y wlconn lb- dune Immediate iy to Ito'g reaidence. A ii'imtier Kereana calling the v . res "Kbit r Statesmen of Korea" have M-n" a loss letter to Ito. intima ting that the Japanese wofllJ re-ive tfteir ppor in fair kallng towaM the emperor, hut failing that, they wmitd die martrys' death and Mist the whole nation wonld do likewise. They denlei ihat the court was i plicated in aendlng a liclegntb-a ' The Hague. IN CONFLICT WITH POLICE. Rlaran. Russia lu'y 18. The p as ant disorder na the KbaliBoaievBroB e.tate reenlted vrster lay in s sanguinary eonflK wlh the re'-l police. The police fired a voltev which killed or wounded elerea essaw ' rytnen.