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WAR CLOUD NOT
SO THREATENING
Servia, the Danger Point,
Is Calming Down.
SANER COUNSELS PREVAIL
More Conservative Element, Who Be
lieve Hostilities With Austria-Hun
gary Would Mean National Suicide,
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Appear to Be in the Ascendancy.
Great Britain Sends Formidable
Fleet to Turkish Waters.
London, Oct. 10.—Servia, the imme
diate danger point in the Balkan sit
uation, is calming down and in this
direction the war cloud is not so
threatening as it was. The powers,
BOtably France and Great Britain,
have warned the Servian king to con
trol his people and saner counsels
prevail In Belgrade, where it is be
ginning to be recognized that war with
Austria-Hungary would mean national
Sgiicide. Austria-Hungary shows no
flfrlous apprehension over the Servian
ifcullation.
Great Britain has dispatched a fleet
to the Turkish island of Lemnos, pre
sumably at the request of Turkey.
The presence of these vessels in the
Aegean sea will exert a calming in
fluence.
Turkey has protested to the powers
against the annexation of Bosnia and
Herzegovina by Austria-Hungary and
tbe Turkish imperial commissioner at
Sofia has been instructed to continue
the discharge of his duties, as neither
tile porte nor the powers have recog
Cized the independence of Bulgaria.
This may lead to some overt act
•gainst the imperial commissioner.
M. Iswolsky, the Russian minister
•f foreign affairs, has arrived in Lon
don to continue his efforts for the
calling of the International conference.
JFrance is convinced that if au accept
able programme can be decided upon
til at an outbreak may be averted by
Uplomacy.
1EPENDS ON GREAT BRITAIN
Pate of International Conference on
Balkan Crisis.
Paris, Oct 10.—The fate of the in
ternational conference as a solution of
Hie Balkan crisis depends upon the
answer riven by Great Britain to M.
bwolsky, the Russian minister of for
eign affairs, who is proceeding to Lon
don.
France is confident that if a pro
p-ammo can be arranged a diplomatic
^ay can be found by which Austria
Hungary will participate and that after
this no difficulty need be expected
Germany and Italy are now believed
to be in direct negotiations with Con
ftantloople and Vienna. The reeogni
Hon of the annexation of Bosnia and
•erzegovina would remove Austria
Hungary's only objection to being rep
•Bsented at the conference. France
While sympathizing with Russia's de
•Ire to open the Dardanelles to hoi
Warships, supports the English view
Quit the conference should be limited
la the regul&tlonp of the existing sit
||atlon by obtaining compensation tor
Absolutely
PURE
Turkev Instead of at her expense.
Tlvse compensations are to be large
ly moral and are to take the shape of
the withdrawal of capitulations, the
suppression of restrictions in Mace
donia and possibly a money compen
nation from Bulgaria for Eastern l£ou
irelia.
LESS WARLIKE IN SERVIA
8aner Element of Population Obtains
Ascendancy.
Belgrade, Oct. 10.—The war fever
among the people of Servia is dis
tinctly on the decline. The saner ele
ment of the population gradually are
obt lining an ascendancy over the
more excited politicians and patriots,
who, during the past few days, have
demanded persistently the immediate
advance of the Servian army. Many
of the »'rebrands are beginning to com
prehend
fhat
an attempt to measure
swords with Austria-Hungary would
be equivalent to national suicide and
the opinion is slowly gaining ground
that Servian interests probably would
bj best served by depending on the
joint, action of the powers.
The local newspapers are much leas
inflammable and altogether It would
appear that the warnings sent Kins
Peter by France and Great Britain
are proving effective. In spite of the
general improvement, however, the
enlisting of volunteers is still going on.
AUSTRIA WARNS SERVIA.
Vienna Press Says Nonsense Will Mot
Be Tolerated.
Vienna, Oct. 10.—Official advices re
ceived here declare that the situation
at Belgrade, Servia, is improving. The
general excitement among the Ser
vians is calming down. In Vienna the
fears of a war with Servia are notice
ably less. The morning papers, how
ever, warn Servia not to play with
fire, as Austro-Hungary will not stand
any nonsense.
In spite of the official statement that
the dispatch of river gunboats from
Budapest In the direction of Belgrade
Is only a maneuver this action is be
lieved here to be a measure of pre
caution similar to the guarding of the
bridges near the frontier by regiments
of infantry.
DISPATCHED TOTHE POWERS
Turkey's Protest Against Annexation
of Provinces.
Constantinople, Oct. 10.—The pro
test of the porte concerning the an
nexation by Austria-Hungary of the
occupied provinces of Bosnia and Her
zegovina has been dispatched to 'he
powers. It is practically ld?ntical
with the protest agafnst. the Bulgarian
declaration of independence.
Doubt regarding the success of the
proposed international conference per
slsts in Constantinople. It is declared
here that Austria-Hungary is wlllint
to participate to the extent of discuss
ing Bulgarian independence, but she
insists that all debate on the occupa
tlon of Bosnia and Herzegovina be ex
cluded.
The reiterated report that tbe Turk
ish government has ordered the mob
lll/ation of the army is unfounded.
The government is simply filling up
the existing deficiencies in the army
corps at Adrianople and Salonikl. It
has, however, instructed the Turkish
commanders on the Bulgarian frontier
to be vigilant to repel any aggression.
Ordered to Remain at Post.
Constantinople, Oct. 10.—The porte
has Instructed the imperial Ottoman
9SmiBiB8ififiK.Cfiftld£Bt iff foft* to eofr
tlnue his functions, as neither Turkey
nor the powers have recognised the
independence of Bulgaria.
BRITISH FLEET SAILS
FOR TURKISH WATERS
Admiral Prince Louis of Bat
tenberg In Command.
Valetta, Island of Malta, Oct. 10.—
A British fleet has. left here tor the
Aegean sea. Its actual destination is
believed to be the Turkish Island of
Lomnoa. The sailing orders are
PRINCE LOUIS OF BATTENBERQ.
sealed. The fleet consists of four
battleships, four cruisers and four
torpedo boat destroyers and it is
under the command of Vice Admiral
Prince Louis of Battenberg.
London, Oct. 10.—The foreign office
and the admiralty have confirmed the
press cablegram from Malta saying
that British warships have been or
dered to the Aegean sea. It is ex
plained that these vessels are sent out
simply to watch
eventB,
to
but it is un­
derstood from other sources I hat Tur
key intimated she would welcome the
appearance of the British fleet as like
ly
calm the population.
Lemnos Is an island of the Grecian
archipelago about fifty miles west of
the entrance to the Dardanelles. It
belongs to Turkey. The populatios
mainly is Greek.
Refuses to Accept Protest.
Vienna, Oct. 10.—The foreign office
has refused to accept the Servian pro
test regarding the annexation of Bos
nla and Heffce?ovlna. The Servian
qainister was informed that Austria
Wliugary could not recognize Servia's
right to Intervene in this question
through diplomatic channels,
Servian Military Activity.
Budapest, Oct. 10.—According to in
formation received here the Servian
reservists have been ordered to join
the colors Oct. 11. It Is reported also
that Servian bands are being formed
and directions consequently have been
given to guard the roads and the
bridges on the Bosnian frontier.
RUNAWAYS KILL TW*
Man and Girl Victims of Accidents in
Minneapolis.
Minneapolis, Oct. 10.—Miss Carella
Roosen, aged seventeen, is dead from'
injuries which she suffered when she
was thrown from a spirited horse she
was riding. The horse was a Texas
pinto and became frightened and
threw his rider heavily to the pave
ment. When she was examined at the
hospital it was found that her skull
was fractured and that there were
other serious injuries.
Edward C. Kelly, a teamster, was
instantly killed in a runaway accident
which occurred on Penn avenue north.
He was dashed from his team and met
such injuries that death followed at
once.
BATTLE ON LAKE SUPERIOR
American Fishermen Fight Canadian
Officials.
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Oct. 10.—A
battle with rifles b^ween American
fishermen and Canadian officials is
said to have been fought on Lake Su
perior opposite Whitefish point. Boats
arriving at the Canadian Soo tell of
seeing the trouble at a distance ami
local Canadian officials admil hearing
of the affair, but decline to discuss it.
Americans are said to have been fish
ing in Canadian waters at this end of
the lake for some time and several
days ago officials went to the scene to
make a seizure, it is reported here
that the fishermen escaped.
Says He NSver Felt Better.
Chicago, Oct. S.—Chairman N'orman
E. Mack of the Democratic national
committee, who was reported to have
Buffered a nervous collapse, was on
duty as usual. He declared that he
never felt better in his life when ref
erence was made to his reported ill-
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1908
Pure in
the
c&n-
Pureinthe
baking.
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Try it
BAKING
CHICAOO
HiSlOBibAL PAGcANT.
Climax of Philadelphia's Celebration
of Founders' Week.
Philadelphia. Oct. 10.—-Philadelphia's
celebration of Founders' week reached
its climax with the passing of the his
torical pageant, the most elaborately
planned and most artistic display of
Its kind ever attempted in any Amer
ican city. Eminent, historians, stu
dents, artists and artisans of consum
mate skill have given freely of their
thought and services to make the
series of floats depicting Bcenes from
the times of the earliest settlors down
to the present day of the "city beau
tlful," a panorama unequalled alike
the faithfulness of Its portrayals and
beauty of its composition. The rush
to fmd available spaces along Bron I
street began early and seats in the
trrandsland, which had been held at
the modest price of 2f cents during
the week, were eagerly bought up ai
$2 and more.
Accorded a well deserved position
of honor in the line of sixty-nine mat
nltlcent floats and furnishi|g a toucli
of real history in the glowing pageant
ry of make believe was the old liberty
bell Itself. Specially detailed polh e
men guarded "Old Liberty" until He
cracked and corroded bronze was oim
more safely returned to its accus
tomed resting place beneath the quaint
old belfry where once its deep toned
throat voiced the freedom of a people
FOREIGN HOLDERS
SELLING STOCKS
Another Violent Decline In In
ternational Securities.
New York, Oct. 10.—International
securities suffered another violent de
cline at the opening of the stock mar
ket, the occasion being the increased
tension in the Eastern European sit
untion. Canadian Pacific fell 4%. Xa
tional Lead 314, Cleveland, Cincinnati
Chicago and St. Louis 2%, Reading
2Vs and Union Pacific, Northern Pa
cilic, Southern Pacific, Louisville ana
Nashville, Amalgamated Copper, Amer
lean Smelting and other active stocks
IV2 or more.
The selling, as was the case the
previous day, was largely for Con
tinental account. The market. atoadiwJ
some soon after the opening, but th«
undertone continued feverish and un
certain.
LEADING STERE0TYPER DEAD
American Press Association Loset
Master Craftsman.
New York, Oct. 10.—John W. Ker
win, foreman of the American Pros
Association's stereotyping depart
ment, died at his home In Flushing
N. Y., after a brief illness. He leaves
a wife and six children.
Mr. Kerwin was a native of Chicag
and forty-six years of age. He entere
the employ of the American Prest
Association as a young man twenty
five years ago. Mr. Kerwin was ma
ter of his trade and recognized as ont
of the best stereotypers in the coun
try.
Crushed by Brother's Train.
Mount Vernon, 111., Oct. 10.—Will
iam Wene, a conductor on the Louis
ville and Nashville, was crushed in
wreck here. A passenger train 01
which his brother Thomas was con
ductor ran through a switch and hit
the caboose. The injured man w
holding his little grandson on his laj
and the boy was seriously injured.
TWENTY BUILDINGS BURN.
Fire Destroys Business Section of Ink'
ster, N. D.
Grand Fork«, N. D., Oct. 10.—Fire
which destroyed the entire business
section of Inkster, N. D., started in
tbe Minima polls and Northern elevator
and before the flames were checked
$119
,000 worth of property was de
stroyed.
Twenty of the business houses of
the city were burned, but the flames
were checked before the residence
district was reached.
Town Completely Destroyed.
Manila, Oct. 10.—Reports from the
provinces show that the typhoon
which prevailed last Sunday inflicted
considerable damage. The new town
of Taft, on tbe island of Samar, is
said to hare been completely de-
"THE
WITH
FAf RANfiF
INTERRUPTED IN A
SENSATIONAL WAY
Charge of Perjury In Panama
Canal Hearing.
New York, Oct. 10.—The inquiry late
the Panama cana! discrimination
charges was temporarily Interrupted
in a sensational manner wheu William
Brothers, who brought the charges,
publicly accused Spencer Miller, a
representative of the Lldgerwood com
pany, of perjury.
Brigadier General Garllngton, who
is conducting the inquiry, rapped re
peatedly for order, but there was so
much commotion in the room that he
could not make himself heard.
"There is only one side of this thing
being heard anyway," shouted Brothers
over the din. "There is no use of my
talking. You don't want to hear the
truth. I will withdraw."
With that Brothers left the room
and as General Garlington was un
able to restore ordar a temporary ad
journment of the Inquiry was ordered
The inquiry by General Garlington,
inspector general of the army, has
been in progress in the army building
here for several days It was begun
for the purpose of looking Into the
merits of the charges of discrimina
tion by the canal commissioners in
awarding a contract for cableways on
the isthmus, which had been preferred
by William A. Brothers. Mr. Brothers,
who is president of the Balanced Ca
ble Crane company of New York, al
leged that the isthmian canal com
mission in issuing specifications for
cablewayB bad discriminated against
his company and that improper meth
ods had been employed in preventing
him from receiving the award.
Colonel George W. Goethals. gen
eral director of the Panama canal
work, and several other army officers
and engineer* already have testified
before the inspector general. Colonel
Goethals, in his testimony, said that
for good and sufficient reasons the
specifications were so drawn that Mr.
Brothers could not bid. He said the
cable device offered by Mr. Brothers
was believed to be imperfect and that
the commission could not afford to ex
periment with it.
Elected by One Majority.,
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 10.—Mrs. RoseD.
Rlttman of Minneapolis, leader of the
so-called anti-administration element
of the Woman's Catholic Order of
Foresters, which has held a sensa
tional convention for the past week,
has been elected president of the or
der by a majority of one vote, the re
turns showing 400 votes for Mrs. Rltt
man and 399 for Mrs. Elizabeth
Rodgers of Chicago. Mrs. Rodgers an
nounced that she would contest the
election on the ground of Intimidation
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