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Lloyd Grls < jt th tl
BaitedStates Palted States minister to JapauUe Japan el e
3riTd deed In this tl s city coming by b waX0 wa way 01
fiaa 6 t9staFranclsco Francisco on a short s 10rt leave ofL ofLence of
8 ence ence Last night nlg t be talked inter L L4agly e
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4agly Y about Japan her condition uiL 111 111the atth
> th the ho war and the present prospects prospectsthe prospecuL prospecuLxe IJ
the xe far east eastSince L Lx t
x Since the war Mr Griscom said tL tLJapanese t tJapanese 11
Japanese people have settled down downvttielr downttielr
vttielr < thel regular reg lar occupations The Boveanent gave govenTOsot gavem I
anent m Is Jabusy busy paying off its war deband debl debland deb
and Adjusting Its It finances flnan 8 The who whoaimof wboatm whoasimrof I
aimof atm asimrof < of the Japanese is s toward indutrial indul indultrial indu indutri
trial tri expansion xVD ion at present All effort effortware eftorare C Cre
ware are re turned in that direction dlr ition As tthe tl tlthe t tthe
the after peace rioting Mr Griecosa1d Orlscon Orlsconaid Grlsco4R1d
4R1d aid that the dissatisfaction over thJ thJI th th8C thDeaueof
Deaueof I > > > 8C eaJceof of Portsmouth was merely tern4orary tern ternrrfporary lemrIOraryand
rrfporary rIOraryand and has become unimportant unimportantnow unlmportanOW
now OW The feeding fc Unl of discontent dlliconten hasienttrely has hasentirely hasentlrei1
entirely disappeared and the Japanesepeople Japanese Japaneseu
u people ople Ple feel teelar feelgraat great at gratitude toward the thepJbmerlcan theerJcan theAmerican
American erJcan people VJe o le ani an an4 particularly to toPresident toIaent toresident
President Iaent itoo hookyp yek f r9r f 9r r bringing about aboutpeace aboutpeace aboutPeace
peace The milfaao l mlf 1 Jla aao o issued an edict edictfalling1 edictI edictlell1ng
I falling1 the people that therq tberewas tb 1 was a gov govrament go goernmont government
rament caring for their interests andwta4vl4ing and anddvl4lna andadYl
wta4vl4ing adYl dvl4lna ng them tbemtoattend toattend to their regu reguJbr re regusr yU yUr
Jbr sr r occupations The T e people obeyed bbeyedjtfaVthey obeyedth
O7 jtfaVthey they th y obey erefythiifg eTet tl1lhg emanating emanatiogvrtfrom emanati emanatirop1 emanatingwttcoln
wttcoln vrtfrom rop1 the mikado Mr GrIscom deelared de deglared del
glared elared l emphatically that t t after the excltement ex excitement exdteruent ¬
citement duo to the first news from fromJPprtsmouth fromhrtsmouth
JPprtsmouth had subslJed the people peopleatded peoplef peoplea1ded
f atded ded unanimously with the govern governzent
Aanent zent and recognized the wisdom of ofv otklng ofking
v king peace with Russia He was4atl was was4ed wasI
I 4atl 4ed ee4 about Korea and the Japanese Japaneserotectorata Japaneutroteetorate I
Korea Ie not strictly strlctl In my prov prey1nce provoce provnce
1nce oce he said al d and although I saw sawTilarquJ saw71rQuJ saw5arqula
71rQuJ TilarquJ 5arqula Ito to shortly before his departfrom depart departv doparttlltare
v tlltare re from Japan to Korea the Korean Korearffueetloa KorMnNt1011 KoreanNltuefoa
ffueetloa Nt1011 tafl ha ma developed since I leftitpan left lefiJapan
Japan itpan People P < < plo In the United States Stateire Statesare Statesre
re > > > are re better Jolormed concerning Korea Koreaotban Korea4han Koreathan
than I lot lotHI a aI aatI
HI I ww Admiral Togo frequently be berfefe b bfer befer
rfefe fer my departure from Japan theastalater the thejraalateter theatatater
jraalateter atatater said He told me that he heeended hended hended
eended nded to visit the United States States1th Statel1t StatesIts
Its 1t hi his fleet next autumn after first firstSlag ftratlIlt gritsg
Slag sg a visit lIlt to England Japans ally
told kim to go that he would be b cory cor corUjr corteeeived
Ujr y received as the American peo1 peo1are pea peasire eo eoal
are always al glad to welcome weJcoma1DaIl a afr aTe
Te m1n 1DaIl 1DaIlr
fr r n Oriscoa Grico intends to po oa to tofton
I fton IB a day 4 or two His de defroai defrota deboas
boas thl this city has aa bees bH delay delayj
j M told d brought OH by the change changeAmerican chaareAJBerfCatl o > tsage tsageAmerican
American climate He had sot sotA DotJut
44 A Jut when lIeah he will return rew to
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of the New York Life and Mu
Insurance companies after
ig through two long meetingsquestion meetings meetingsquestion meetingsQuestion
question as to whether they th y
ir should not send their prox proxr
r cooptrato co operato with Thomas W Wot Wof V Vof
of Boston passed resolutions
for permanent organization organizationprotection organizationprotection organizationprotection
protection of their interests interestsointed Inter sts
a committee of five to toe toe toe
e plans for a meeting to be besecond besecond besecond
second Tuesday In February Februarytime Februarytime
time permanent organization
aa the Policy Holders
0 Society of Georgia shall shallcted
n was eliminated entirely entirelyresolutions entirelyresolutions entirelyresolutions
resolutions and although the
3 of the meeting was declaredwson declared declaredwson declaredwson
wson or antiLawson that one oneis
is never brought to a direct directLawson directLawson
Lawson was left to be taken takenjlderatlon takenIderatlon
or not as the policy policysee
fit at the February moot mootER
> ER HOUSE BLOWS UP UPirkmen UPrkmen
Instantly natan Killed KilledD KilledDtalll KlliedDetails De Details ¬
tails Are Meager Meagergham MeagerSham
Ala Dec UTte 14Thecuss 14 The Theouse
at the works of the Du Durder DuJer Duder
rder company near Boyles Sth S 8th Stb
th of the city Ity were accident accidentn
n up at 1130 oclock todaykilling today todaykilling todaykfJIlDg
killing five workmen Theoghill The TheJoghlll Ther
Joghlll Joghlllright oghillgat
right rightr gat gaton
on onx onr
r first named were white whiteKnox whiteKnox whiteKnox
Knox was as a negro negroe
re e of the explosion was fear fearaa tearu fearsa
aa felt for miles around aroundlidlse QrounJi aroundtote
lidlse i tote iso was waa hoard In Birmingvictims Binning Binningvictims Blrmlnrvictims
victims were blown to at atiles at1es atlea
lea of their bodies hOdlosbelng hOdlosbelngt being beingpe beingf
t pe e tops a long distance from fromff fromt
t ff f the disasterecolyod disaster disasterlecolyod disasterocolcd
lecolyod ocolcd up to noon were werethe werethe werethe
the full extent of theI the thejpot
J jpot ot yet known kno n
W4 W For the Killing of the theTwo thewo thewo
Two wo Galloways GallowaysGa GaUowIYt
t Ga Dec 14 HA A specialter special specialCIAln Ipeclalter
ter CIAln In superior court U I being beinghofs beingbol beingb
hofs bol el s week In order to clear cleartbe cleartbe clearJudge
tbe b Judge Bartlett Is I preit pro proW prol
1121 it W T absence of Judge Oober OoberVnportant GobDrT Gobertae
T Vnportant portant case beforecour before the thecollrle Clel ClelcOllr
collrle cOllr e trial of R T Ewing Ewlngan trlnl1
an M fligman charged with withthe wltbthe withthe
the MTax Tax collector j L Q Qlowai oat1 oat1Iowa Gat GatIowa
Iowa on an excursion trainJune train trainJune trainI trainJuDe I
June JuneTkYter Junerib
TkYter Tb ttr being out about 30 30InutUt 30fnut 90aalnut
aalnut InutUt fnut t In a verdict of not notguilty aotwll notguilty
guilty wll s defense waj that ofaelf of ofelf ofItlt
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Believe Witt Pitta Will W ll Y Ypt t taBter taBterthe Master JCasterthe Masterthe
the Situation Situationi SituationUNION Situationami SituationANION i
Leader of o Workmen Who fleallzert fleallzertTheir tealizedTheir ullzrrl ullzrrlTheir
Their Unpreparednoea For struggle struggleHave truggieHave truggteHave
Have Convinced Many Man That It Would WouldBe Wouldt WouldRe
Be t Unwise to Strike StrikeSi StrikeSt
Si t Petersburg Tuesday TuusdaXoruln TuusdaXorulnDee Morning MorningDec MorningDec
Dec 12 via Eiydtkuhnon Jdtkul1n n East Prus Prussia lrutsla ¬
sla Doc la la1b The restoration of canlo canlocommunication cahlocowmunlcntion
communication with points p lnta abroad abrouuyesterday alm abroadyesterday > uj ujesterday
yesterday lasted only a few hours houroBefore humbBetore hoursBefore
Before midnight It was reported tact uatthe t tactthe Jltthe
the cable was cut and Dat dlspatciei dlspatcteYmust dlspatcieimust
must again be forwarded by courier couriervia cOlrl couriervia r rvia
via the German frontier Novertholesj Novertholesjthe
the outlook is clearing The govern government gOtfnmont governmont ¬
mont is breathing freer with a lighting flBfitlnschance 1dtllngchance lightingchance
chance that Premier Witte will yet tt be beable 111able beable
able to steer his way through the rocks rockswhich rocluthhh rockstvblch
which beset his party The threat t rc t of ugeneral u ugeneral ageneral
general strike In the tho Immediate fu future fllture tuture ¬
ture has disappeared and the telegraphstrike telegraph telegraphstrike tclcrnllhI
strike not being supported Is going to topieces toplec topieces
pieces plec s In spite of the wild appeals ofthen ot otthe otth
then the th union to stand firm firmAt firmAt firmAt
At Moscow the tieup tle up remains com complete completo complete
plete but many other places of com communication commuulcatton communication ¬
munication has been reopened r pencd The Theemployes Thoemployos Theemployos
employos of both the telegraph and andpostal Rndpostal andpostal
postal services who 110 were discharged dischargedby
by the wholesale for refusing to work workare workare ork orkarc
are cutting the wires wherever It Is Ispossible Ispoaslblo ispossible
possible to do BO The leaders of the thoworkmen thuworkDlcn theworkmen
workmen and other proletariat organ organizations organlzatlons organIzatlons ¬
izations realizing fully their weakness weaknessand weaknesyRnd weaknessand
and leak of preparation for a decisive decisivestruggle elocllhestruggle decisivestruggle
struggle have carried oarrl d the day dB over tho thohothewlei thohotbttlhlctt thehot
hothewlei hot heatiai strikers atrlkerllU1d and have easily easilyconvinced cullyI easilyconvinced
I convinced tho majority that It would wouldbo wOllldI wouldbe
bo an Irretrievable blunder to pros prostltuto pruSttituto prostltulo
tltuto what they tho regard as the supreme supremoinstrument sUllrt1moI
I instrument for forging a free nation nationby nationby nationby
by using it for a minor Issue like Ilk re redressing reoI redresaing
dressing the grievances grl ancea of private prlv tCt In Indlvlduals Indhlduals Individuals
dlvlduals In registering ills decision declnlonthey decillionthey decisionthey
they placed themselves on record rocorc to tocontinue toI toI
I continue the organization and equip equipment equipment equipment ¬
ment of the flifbllng 1 nl legions which the theold
old president ntustaleff ustaleff begun ligunThe IIJUnThe begunThe
The workmens council Yesterday Yesterdaysent tHt esterday rdl1 rdl1lont
sent a demand d nland to CQUt Con at WJfce W e for the theroleaxe tb tbI therelease
I release of M Krustaleff Ie B ter the theworkmen theworkmen theworkmens
workmen workmens delegates calleMn calle Procu Procurator rrocurator Procurator ¬
rator Kamiriansky KamJ anlky apd pi demanded als alsrelease il ilrelease III IIIrfl
release rfl uo but the procurator refused refusedbluntly retulOdblunU refusedbluntly
bluntly blunU saying rln < < tnt the cue must be betried betried
tried In court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The disappearance dlaapp arance of the danger of oftjesoral ofloUra ofa
a general loUra strike Itnk seems to Insure the tbegoveraneat Ulea
goveraneat a certain period p < < rlod la whloi whloito whloto
to viadleate itself and denoastrate denoastratethat cltMOIIltratetht dtmoastratethat
that It U striving to realize the new neworder neworJer neworder
order of taUgs The Th embers eatb r ot otCouat atCoullt ofCount
Count WUIes VlUe cablsgV cablmu cablmufiat cabtR ietly oU deny denytwat ieaytered n ntMat
fiat the goreraraeatV goreraraeatVtie Qrtraml tered OB 01tl1 onthe
tie tl1 path of rwctloa rwctloatkat I NY NYthat saythat r
that tae preseat state statenot ° J JDot 1 ass assnot
not co on 08TIle onThe
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Tae eltBAtloa la lit litIDees tar torIBCW prov provf provlaces
laces to sow the met era eraJllre f the theetaplrea e eempires
empires Jllre conditlot eOJlfjltl It ap apolvll a acivil
civil war ar a u4 4 Ue goreraaieii ron ronforce4 was waaforced wasforce4
force4 to appoint otst A goieraoz RovnraoAKeaeral RovnraoAKeaeralwlta patral patralwith
with IUt swcpl iweeplag jc a4mliilt sdMbdalrative alai < ratlre rat ratco fewers fewersto
to try to retiore order erll All tie t order orderfa erdMla
fa a these t ptevlaees > r viaoe ave Meets 9la piatsd piatsdtrader 1oetI 1oetId 4 4aaier
trader his d eomauid
Clergy Olir y Make DtmtAlft DtmtAlftWanaw DerrmMsWarsaw 1
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with klte K rwt va twcHs prtate + ase + awtefal em emkSet e eeeret eeeretballet rel reltaltot
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Could Not Leave Burning Home and andBones andBonn andBones
Bones Were FctTnd In Embers EmbersColumbus ImberaColuDlbus EmbersColumbus
Columbus Ga Dec 14 HXL It was In Indetvi Indll indeet
detvi dll l u horrible fate that ovurtook overtookAnn ovurtookAnn ovurtookAnn
Ann Peters an anold old negro woman lu luGlrard InG1rard luGirard
Glrard Ala She was nearly 90 years yearsof yearsof llU5 llU5of
of age I ge and partially par rUrIIJlz parelyzad Jyzd d Tae Tiuhouse Ttehoulila Taehouse
house caught Ore In sonfb way w and the thelames th thfhunes thetlames
lames overtook her as she was trying tryingto
to hobble to the door The house and andcoiitons undcOllttJna andcontene
coiitons were or completely destroyed destroyedSijarchoru dNtroyedarchori deatruyedSearchers
Searchers archori among amc > ng the coal and ash ashes a aes aetCs
es saw lW human ribs projecting from fromcoals truwcoah fromcoals
coals A man used a Iioe 108 to rake ou outhe OUtht out outthe
the remnants of what waa only a few fewmlnutoa fowmlnutus towannulus
annulus before a human body from fromtUo fromthe fromthe
the embers Onovf Ono if her arms and both bothher bot bother butsher
her feet wore burned completely off offand oftund otfand
and the Mesh was burned off set i tot ot head headand huadunll headand
and back and the bonus wore exposed exposedThe CXlOlJlHIThe exposedThe
The position of the body bod indicated that thataho thatdho thatoho
oho was trying to crawl to tho open opendoor opondoor opendoor
door when overcome by the boat boatCHUCKLE beatCHUCKLE heatCHUCKLE
Was Sentenced to Coal Mines Mln For ForThat ForThat ForThat
That Time TI On Two ChargesBirmingham Charges ChargesBirmingham ChargeDlrmlnKh
Birmingham DlrmlnKh tD Ala Doc 14 Ulorank UlorankSmith 14FrankSmith Frank FrankSmith
Smith a negro who was sentenced sentencedut aentoncodI I
ut Montgomery tontgo 1cr Jan 4 1805 to serve servea
I Ia
a term of 144 years In Pratt mines on ontwo ontwo ontwo
two charges of criminal assault es escaped t tcapod useapod ¬
caped from the mines A night con constable conlablQ eonstable ¬
stable at a Woodlawn a suburb of Bir Birmingham Dlrmlngham Illrmingham ¬
mingham arrested a negro for vagrau vapaucy vagraucy Ilfraney
cy When then the prisoner showed pp In Incourt Incourt incourt
court ho was sentenced aenteno J by the s aiayor aiayorto l1aorto ayor ayorto
to serve 10 days In the street gang gtthffHo KahaHe ganglie
Ho grinned and chuckled as htf i v i hoard hoardthe hoardtho heardthe
the sentence pronounced A Binning Binningham Birmingham DlmalDgham ¬
ham detective who happened to be In Intho Intho inthe
tho court room noticed tho negros n lrol pe pecullar petcullar peculiar
cullar manner and examined him himmore himmore himmore
more clo cluul closely ely It turned out that tau thoWoodlawn tauWoodh theWoodiawn
Woodlawn Woodh wn negro was Frank imps impslie BinltaHe 8mltJHe
He will be returned ret rnod to Pratt mines mineswhore IulnolWhtlTC mineswhore
whore ho will 111 continue to serve ale aleeentonco ln lneontonce I I8ontonco
eontonce of 144 yearsSIX years yearsSIX yearaSIX
Father and Mother Injured Trying Tryingto
to Save Tots TotsDubolM TotDubol TotsDubulp
DubolM Pa Doc l > tIc 14 146I1x 8lx children childrenwere ohlldrnwero ohtldrenwere
were burnud to death at Llndswy Linda nearPunxeutawmy near niwrPunxutawn I1lt1rPUni
Punxutawn PUni Punxeutawmy tAnc < y and William Morgan 11orMIUand Morganand MorK MorKami
and wit wife the p parents lKr6ntA rent with their two twor twomllalng tworematsing
malHlng r < children barely tlOHiwd esoaledwith tlOHiwdwith tIOIIIHHlwith
with heir t liven II l The he imnji IIIUlJlfI of those thoseburned tao tholmrneJ e eburned
burned are at Thorn Thomas 11 years tIra i Iearl I Iearlfi ul ulG
6 years lr Grace and Mthel hel aged K lCed d 3 3Raohel Itnaohel 3ftaohel
Raohel 18 months and au Infant aged agedS I d dS
S mentb mentbBoth mentblIJpU menthautk
Both tile the father and mother wire werebadly wirebaJJr wirebadly
badly burned In attempt to lave tSelr tSelrlittle tielr tielrlittle lIlr lIlrUUle
little one on from their burning but aouAtlanta JwuAtln e eAtlsntai
Atlanta Atln Atlsntai ma Expedition ExpeditionAtlanta ExpositionAtlanta IUn IUnAtllrat
Atlanta Dec 1 > ee 14 HM1 The 1MO expoI expoItlon xposlLion spotltloo
Lion that Is to be held la Atlanta will willbe wUIbe willbe
be discussed agala next week durlaf durlafa < < lIrll lIrlla
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EDITORS MEMORY MEMORYr MEMORYllonuiuont i iMonunleant
llonuiuont to Memory of Gon Qonzalsa GonJUlies Gontales
JUlies Unveiled UnveiledFELL UnveiledFELL r1 i iFELL
Shaft I Is of Granite 25 Feet High Rest RestIng RutIng RestIng
Ing Upon a Bate 20 Feet Square SquareGiving SquareGiving SquareGiving
Giving It a Total Height of 40 Feet FeetImposing FeetImpollng Feetimposing
Imposing Exercises ExercisesColumbia ExerelaeaColumbia ExercisesColumbia
Columbia S C Duo 14 UAlmot UAlmotwithin 14Mmoatwllbiu Aliuont Aliuontwllulu
within a nloues tirow of tho t o placewhere place placewhore 1111ctJwlwro
whore he full mortally wounded woun hxl on onJan UDJan onJan
Jan 15 1903 within tho shadow of otSouth ofSouth ofSouth
South Carolina Cnroll capital c llltal and on tho thowldtHt tbuwhlltlt thuwidest
widest thoroughfare of the city he helovod heloved
loved so well a 1 beautiful monument monumentwas
was TuoftJL Tuooday unveiled Un IH to the memory memoryot
ot tho lato N U Gonzales the t e Ute Uteeditor liteeditor lateeditor
editor of The State who nearly three threeyears tJfeetIU tareeyears
years tIU ago 10 full a mnrtyr to free spuucu spuucuuud slltlJcbRnl spuuohand
and Rnl the t 110 liberty IIburt ot the prom promThere PfCIIITh pressThere
There Th ro had boon erected a 1 temporary temporarystand tOIUIOrArYstlnd temporarystand
stand around tho monument fur the thtiaccommodation tblaccommodation theaccommodation
accommodation of specially Invited InvitedBituats InVUtHIIuults invitedguests
guests About thin aloud a largo largocrowd fLuocrowd largocrowd
crowd of citizens olth onY who 10 hM h gathered gathorudto
to pay tribute t to o tan deceased 1 Journal Journal1st
1st soldier and citizen citizenSwutod cltlzebSot citizenSeated
Seated Sot d upon the stand wore mem memberH memberM membens
bens of the Gonzales Oo ulel Monument a aMoclatlon at atloctltlolI assoelatiun
Moclatlon member of thu Ladles LadloAuxiliary Lad LadlesAuxlllary I IuxlllalY
Auxiliary bkoclatlon ae member of the thufamily tburunll
family runll of the decoRseU d ccKled local and vII visIting vl vlItlng vIIfUnl
Itlng udltoti and the clergy of the thecity theell theolty
city ell
Mdinburji of the Columbia chamber chamberof
of uomntitdbi aommirrfe > tldtkht Kftltfit of Pythlai thlll at atKMniKatlqnd urttMnluUon r rgxniratlana
KMniKatlqnd of which whl a he wan a mom momher member nemhlr ¬
her the Tyt lrllCllnAph > < > Kraphife ulon employes employesof mlllue mlllueor 4 4of
of the newspapers ° HfiUy t attended attendutllu
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South Carolina CHI > lIlIa follow followKMMy e hymn hymnrendered hlmnY hymnMy
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by a sflbcttul choir A an aildre aildreby addreb address addressby
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ntrHiuiiirnt w wa was formally rurmall unveiled unvollvdUev unv unveiledilev lhul lhulJn
Uev tt hmul muel M tttulih ulth pastor of the theKlrnt th thIr thelirst
Klrnt Ir l IreMhyierlHn caurch of this tlll city citydellvervd all alldhvruJ citydelivered
delivered an a oration appropriate to o the theoccaMloa lk theoccasion I
occasion occaMloaTI
TI H oa east e the formal delivery d IYery uf ufthe urtll ofthe
the tll monument by Mr r Clark to Mayer MayerT
T II Gftibtf on bel who received It In behalf behalfof
of the oUr with a sp IpHob eoh of aaeept aoeeptan aaeeptanct o Pt Ptan
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