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POKTIiAITD, OREGON, SATU11DAY, MAY 5, 190G.
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THE FlttSr NATIONAL BANK OF KAUSPELL
D. R. I'EELEK, frc , P. J. LEnERT, V. l'ros.. II. K. W EIJSTER, Cash., V. D. LAWBON, A. Cnh.
Transacts n general banking buslncrs. Drafts Issued, available In nil cities of the United
Statos md Kuropo, Hong Kong ana MbiiIIa. Collections m Ado on favorable terms.
LADD & TILTON, Bankers Portland, Oregon
RiUbllshecI In IBM. Transnct a Gonoral Ilnnktng Iluslnoss. Interest Allowed on time de
posits. Collodions made At nil tvolnta on favorable terms. Letters of Credit ls-ued Available In
Washington, Chicago, Bt Louis, Denver, Omaha, Ban Kranclsco And various points in Oregon,
Washington, Idaho, Montana and Drltlsh Columbia. Exchange sold on London, l'arls, llorlln,
rtiukjuit uuu nuiiH JVUJIK
UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
OF PORTLAND, OREGON.
1. C. A1NBWORTH, President. W. II. AYKlt, Vlco-1'rosldent. II. W. 8CHMEER, Cashier
A. M. WllIUHT, Assistant Cashlor.
Traasact a general hanking buslnoss. Drafts Isiuod, available In all cities of the United
' 8tate and Europe, Hong Kong and .Manila. Collections made on favorablo terms.
'NORTHWEST CORNER THIRD AND OAK STREETS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of NorihYmklmm, Wash.
Ommllml swirf Murium 9180,000 OO
, UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
alia Walla, Washington. (First National Dank In tho State.) '
Transacts a General Banking Business.
CAPITAL 1100,00). SURPLUS $100,000.
LEVI ANKENY, President. A. It. REYNOLDS. Vlco President. A. R. UURFORD, Cashier
JOHN U. RYAN. I'rcs. 1). J. HENNESSEY, Vice l'res. JOHN O. MORONY, Cashier
E. J. 1IOWMAN, Asst. Cashier. MARK HKINNER, Asst. Cashlor.
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Capital, $200,000. UNITED STATCS DEPOSITARY Deposits $1,200,000
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UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
OmpHal $200,000 Suepluu 9200,000
OKKICKIlB-ChrMcrThnrno, President: Arthur Albertson, Vlco President, and Cashlor) j
rrDuvricK a. nice, Aisisiniu i,nnnur; ueiiwrt a.
JNO, C. AINHWORTII. Pros. JNO. B. RAKER, Vlco Pros. P. C. KAUKKMAN.Sd Vlco Pros.
A. (J. PRICHARD, Cashlor. '. P. HASKELL, JR., Assistant Cashlor.
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General Banking CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 390,000 Safe Deposit VauHi
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CIIA8. E. SURIUER, Cashlor. I). C. WOODWARD, Asst. Cashier.
THE COLFAX NATIONAL BANK of Oolfmx Wash.
Transacts a gonoral banking business. Special facilities for handling Eastern
Washington nnd Idaho items.
W. K. KETTENIIAOH, Pres. J. ALEXANDER, Vice Pre. iKO. II. KKBTER, I asldor
LEWISTON NATIONAL BANK
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $215,000.00
Capital recently Increased from f-W.ttW to 1100.000 Surplus Increased from f.W,0CO to $100,000
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O. II. Kester, W, K. Kcttvnbach, O. E. Guernsey, Win. A. Libert, Jno. W. (livens, A. Kreldonrlch.
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OLD NATIONAL BANK
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JOHN LA MR,
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Farm Loans Negotiated. Firo nnd C.vclono Insurants Written. Doea a
Gonoral Hanking IIuhIiIuhu.
Capital, 150,000 E. ARNEbON, Pre. O. R.JACOHI Cashier
4 Per Cant IntorOHt Pnld on Time DopoMltt
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
BISMARK, NORTH DAKOTA
EmtmbUmhrntl At 7870. OmmHml, 9100,000. Intmemmt Pmltl on Tim OmffmHm
C. 11. LITTLE. President. V. I). KENDR1CK, Vice President.
8. M. PYE, Cashier. J..L RKI.L, Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKINB BUSINESS TRANSAOTEO.
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Of JAMESTOWN, NORTH DAKOTA.
The Oldest and Largest Banking House in Central North Dakota
Collection made on all points in North Dakota. Foreign and domestic exchange bough
and told. Telegraph transfers to all parts of America.
THE FIRST 1NATIOINAU BANK
OP PUL.UTH, MINNESOTA.
CAPITAL, BOO.OOO SURPLUS 73H.OOO
U. S. Government Depository. ,
K. L. MEYERS GEO.
La Grande National Bank?AJS5Sc
Capital and Surplus, $120,000
DIRECTORS- J. M. Herry. A.H. Conley. F. J. Holmes, K. M.lljrVIt, F.L. Meyers, Geo L
Cleaver. Geo ,1'alnier.
DAVID II. REECHER. SIDNEY CLARK,
Union National Bank
Pays Interest on Time Deposits
,THE OLD BANK CORNER
And Telegraphic Transfers sold on New York,
A. IJ. CLINE
lining, Assistant tinnier.
L. CLEAVER W. L. 1IRENHOLTH
Asst. Cashier Asst. Cashier
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NEWS OF THE WEEK
In a Condensed Form lor Our
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
Resume of the Let Important but
Not Lett Interesting Events
of the Past Week.
Tho new KuRSInn cabinet is comnosod
San Francisco's water Bupply Isj now
"""1 "" """ Is
Idle men in San Francisco aro refuted
food nnd inndo to go to work. .
San Francisco bnnkn havo rpoponcd
and aro doinjj a good buslncas, 1
A 110W copyright law haa boon com
plot ol, but its paraago by congress in
Military forcoa nro nftcr another ban
dit band in tho province of Cavlto, Phil
Attornoy-Oenornl Moody is proparing
to proiccuto tho Standard Oil and rail
road for rebating.
Peoplo of Zlon City fight shy of meet
ings hold by Dowlo, nt which ho at
tempts to explain recent evouts.
Tho United Stntos linn been nccused
of buying tho plans of tho llrltlsh bat-
tlOHiup Drcailnaugnt from n nnvai of
ficer who stole them.
James D. I'lidnn says tho condition
of thousands iif California is pitiful,
and it limy bo necessary to issuo an
other appeal for public aid.
Dowlo is fatally ill with dropsy.
Hermann's trinl has bcon set for tho
first wcok'in June.
China opposes tho immodiato opening
of Manchurjan ports.
Fathor Qapon has bcon executed by
robots for betraying them.
Tho Scnato commlttoo hni disagreed
on procedure in tho Smoot caso.
Domocrnts elected thoir mayor and
ton councilmen in tho Omaha city elec
tions, Tho California earthquake formed an
island in Ilolinas Day, 30 miles, from
San Francisco banks nro pnying de
positors through tho mint, nnd tho
money stringency has boon lesaonod.
Tho labor situation in Franco is grow
ing worse Cavalry has been called to
tho scono of tho rioting, nnd mnny
workmon havo been tramnlod tindor
foot by troopors' horaos.
Tho California earthquako revealed
n big graft in tho erection of Stnnford
University buildings. Structures for
which $0,000,000 woro paid cost tho
contractor but $3,000,000.
Sonator Hoyburn is seriously ill.
"Witto's resignation as promlor of
Russia liaB boon accepted by tho czar.
Hearst has nskod congress to nppro
prlato anothor $2,000,000 for California.
Thrqo men woro fatally injurod in a
riot between striking minors and Penn
JCach sido claims a majority pf the
senators in tho question of court rovlow
on the railroad rato bill.
Sonator Morgan hns a plan for tho
construction of tho Panama cannl which
ho has brought boforo tho flonato.
Tho Fronch government hns arrestod
many labor leaders, imperialists nnd
anarchists and is proparing for au out
break. Millions of Chineso nro learning Eng
lish nnd nro translating foroign scion
tiflo books. Tho Chlnoso Iloform Asso
ciation has worked wonders among tho
Tho supply of food at San Francisco
is running low. Mayor Schmitz has is
suod a statement saying anything in
tho way of funds, clothing and provi
sions, can bo usod.
It is boliovod the. sennte will voto on
tho railroad rato bill this week.
Groat Britain may forco Turkoy to
givo up Tabah,
Every library in San Francisco, ex
cept one, was destroyed.
Peddlers havo been captured in San
Francisco soiling rollofsupplies.
Suit hns bcon begun to oust tho
Standard Oil and its allies from Ohio.
Dowio hns returned to Zion City. lie
was welcomed by a small crowd.
Princo von Itadoltn will likely bo
named as tho successor of Chancellor
Premlo Wltto will bo appointed pros
Idont of tho council of tho ompiro by
Secretary Motcalf has reported recom
mending an immediate rebuilding in San
Francisco.' Itoosevelt has approved the
Luke E. Wright, United States am
bassador to Japan, says) the Chinese
should receive better treatment at the
hands of tho Americans than is now ac
corded them. .
Senators from Oresou and Washing
ton have received telegrams from the
lumber interests in those states oddos-
in? free lumber far the purpose of re
1 building San Francisco and other
I wrecked cities. '
FIItE PANIC IN BIO HOSPITAL.
Blazing Laundry Causes Patients to
San Francisco, May 4. The. 700 pa
tients in tho general hospitnl at tho Pre
sidio wero thrown into a panic at 4:15
o'clock this morning by tho crv of
At that moment flames woro discov
ered in tho hospital inundry, which wns
only a fow yards awny. The close prox
imity of tho two buildings gavo rise to
tho fear that trlio hospital would bo
In anticipation of such a contlncency
hurrlod arrangements wero inntto for
tho removal of tho patients to 11 plnco
For a fow minutes, until tho llro in
tho inundry was cotton under control
nnd thero wns no dnngor of tho flamos
spreading boyond thnt building, pando
monium reigned among tho hundreds
Tlioto who wero not dangerously HI, or
cuum ncip inomsoivos, jumped from
their cots nnd bods, and, hnstiiy don
ning what clothes thoy could find, llod
from tho hospital out into tho cool
Many of tho indisposed mon and
women did not wait to Bocuro their
clothes, but wrapped themselves in bod
ding ami mndo their exit as quickly as
In inoro than ono instnnco mon nnd
women fled out Into tho nir with noth
ing but their night clothes. Scores of
patients who had tho physical strength
stopped Biifllclontly long to assist moro
weak and unstrung mon and women
from tho hospitnl.
Within 15 minutes after tho alarm
was jjlven tho mnjorlty of tho patlonts
had loft tho hospital building and stood
in groups or lay upon tho ground upon
bed clothes, watching tho firemen and
soldiers light tho llnmcs in tho Inundry.
When tho Jinnies hail been extin
guished tho nurses, physioinns and sol
diers turned their attention to tho patient-refugees,
nnd assisted in tnklng
them back to their cots and beds in
private rooms nnd wards.
Men and womoii boenmo. hvstorlcnl
during tho progress of tho fire, nnd it
was with dflllculty that mnny .of thorn
could bo inducod to return to tho hos
pital. It Is fcarod that tho shock to
many of tho moro sorlously sick patients
will havo a serious if not fatal effect.
When tho ilro was discovered in tho
hospital n general alarm was sounded,
licsldcs tho regular post firo department
hundreds of soldiers turned out to fight
the llnmes. It was only by hard work
Hint tho flamos wero confined to tho
laundry, which, with its contents, was
entirely destroyed, nnd tirovented from
sprending to tho gonornl hospitnl.
'I lie origin or tho firo is unknown.
LIMIT OF INSURANCE PAID.
Compnnios Will Be (Sonorous, but Not
, Exceed Legal Liability.
Now York, May -I Tho Tribuno to-
lioproHontntivps of both foreign nnd
American fire Insurance companies, who
wero in the city yesterday. dlKciissod ac
tion to elTcct a compromlso in tho ad
justment of losses by tho Sail Francisco
Tho great rompnnies express n strong
purpose to bo not only just, but gener
ous in eases of doubt, but ono insurance
"Tho adjusters for tliii rninpnny will
not bo allowed to waive the conditions
of its iiolicios, nor the conditions' nnd
restrictions of its charters. Wo havo
no more right to pay a loss occasioned
by oarthqimko than wo havo to pay n
Iohh of llfo. Wo are' not an earthquake
insurance company, nor a llfo insurance
Insiiriiiu'o mon estimnto that tho com
panicH will ultimately pay from 00 to
i! per cent of tho iiggregatu amount of
Tho meHsago from London insurnnco
companies to adjusters in Oakland, pub
lished tliis morning, should havo read:
' "Under nnv circumstances, tho llrlt
lsh nfllees will only pay tho losses for
which they uro legally liable, sluco to
go boyond their contracts would bo il
legal. "Thoy cannot recognizo nny liability
for dnmngo by earthquako wliero no
firo ensued, nor for dnmngo by firo to
fallen or partly fallen buildings, nor
for damages to buildings pulled down or
dostroyed by order of tho 8au Francisco
Hoavy Loss In San Mateo County.
San Matoo, Cal., May 1. Tho losses
in San Mateo County resulting from
tho rocont earthquake can never bo evon
approximately estimated. Practically
every building in inn county hiiiktuu
some dninngu In chimneys, jdnstor,
broken fumituro or crockery. Here, as
elsowhore, brick and stono buildings
millered tho most. The loss of life, was
small, In Half-Moon Hay a painter and
two children wero killed in tho collnpso
of an old ndobe building. Tho heaviest
losses wero in Heilwood I Ity, whom the
now $150,000 courthouse was uimost to
China Hates to Admit Fact.
London. May I. A dispatch from
Pekin to the Times today says that
tho only thing delaying the scttlomont
of tho Fronch claims growing out of
the, Nanchang outrage of last February
is Chinu'H roluctnnco to ihsuo an Im
perial edict admitting that tho magis
trate committed sulcido.
President Signs Appropriations.
Washington. May 4. President ltooso
volt today signed tho bills passed by
congress making appropriations of
$100,000 for Maro Island navy-yard and
$70,000 to tiled emergencies in tho post-
office department in California,
FRANK SMITH KILLED
Murderer of Three Officers Meets
Death Near New Era.
STOLEN CAP IDENTIFIES FUGITIVE
Fugitive Had Doublod on His Track
and Was Hoadlng Toward Port
laud Whon Shot by Posse.
Now Era, Ore, May 1. Frank Smith
is dead. Tho doBporado was shot nnd
killed at 11:10 o'clock by Harry Drap
or, who was In chargo of tho blood
hounds that ho had brought from Spo
kano to help in hunting tho fugltivo
After bolng surrounded In tho woods
between tho Wlllnmotto river and tho
railroad tracks at this plnco thin morn
ing, posses began dynamiting tho un
derbrush, to bring him out. Drnpor, ac
companied by tho dogs, wont into tho
timber ana umitu wns discovered uo
hind n log. Ho mndo a dospornto at
tempt to shoot, but Drnpor anticipated
him, shooting him through tho nock
nnd killing him instantly.
Smith boro no woundB, showing con
clusively thnt ho had not boon wound-
od by any of tho provlous shots fired lit
Crouchinir in tho undorbrush botweon
tho railroad tracks and tho Wlllnmotto
river, about half a mllo from this plnco,
surrounded by posses of nrmod mon
who woro dynamiting tho woods to drlvo
tho lUL'ltlvo out, I'rnnK umttii, too des
perado, who mado a sonsntlonnl oscnpo
from tho city jail nt Portland, and slnco
his flight last wook has klllod throo offi
cers, mado his last stand.
Aftor inurdcrinc rollccmnn ilnnion
nt Oregon City, Smith was noxt located
nenr Woodburn by Bhorlir Bunvor or
Clackamns nnd Captain O. D. Hondor-
son of Woodburn, whom ho mortally
woundod, both dying at Salem a fow
Tho bandit then disappeared as com
pletely ns if tho earth dad oponod up
and enfoldod him. Many rumors woro
provniont of tho wurdoror being soon
during tho last fow days in various
parts of tho district whoro ho was be
ing hunted, but nothing deflnlto could
bo found until this morning, whon,
weary and worn with IiIh loug flight,
ho wns driven Into tho brush.
Tho irrny cap, sliithtly torn in ono
sonm, which was stolon from tho Cnnby
jiostofllce. nnd which Smith woro, proved
his undoing. Tho stolon cap belonged
to Wllllo Stunlgor, who lives nonr Now
Wllllo wns pumping wntor for tho
cows this morning whon he snw a man
pass along tho road wearing his own
cap. Wllllo recognized tho cap at onco
and gnvo tho alarm.
This positiva Identification brought
nut tho tiosses in forco, and "00 armed
men with dogs woro presently hunting
down tho fugitive.
Smith stopped to tnlk to FIngmnn
Archibald on the, Southern Pacific
tracks. Whilo thoy woro In conversa
tion ono of tho numoroiis nrmod parties
thnt has been scouring tho country ap
peared down tho rond.
"Woll, I must tnko to tho woods,"
snld Smith. With that ho dashed into
Ho was surroundod betweon tho rail
way tracks and tho Wlllnmotto river,
half a mllo bolow Now Era.
MONEY NEEDED FOR RELIEF.
Cross Bonds $300,000, and
Washington, Mny 1. Throo hundred
thousand dollars woro forwarded by
wiro by tho Amorlenn Red Cross to
day to Jnmcs I). Pholnn, chairman of
tho Red Cross nnd relief committoo in
Sun Francisco, and ho wns advised that
$1,000,000 moro Js at tho disposal of tho
Judgo W. W. Morrow, president of tho
California branch of tho ltoil Cross, ad
vised tho lied Cross today that it will
ho bettor from this timo on for tho so
cloty to sond monoy to California rath
er than food and provisions, ns tho im
medinto needs nro provided for.
Dr. Edward T. Dovlno, specinl repre
sentative of tho Itod Cross at Snn Fran
cisco, mndo tho following report today
on supplies sout to onrthquako sufferers:
"I havo tabulation from Qunrtermas
tor Dovol of supplies reported to havo
been received up to April 28 and of
supplies on route, or ordered. It shows
on tho whole rcmnrkabln discrimina
tion and intelligent purchases. Sup
"Flvo carloads of stoves, 1,850 stove
pipo joints, 28 carloads of forngo, 1,000
tons and 25 carloads of tniitnge, two
cars and 250,000 feet of lumber, 100
tons of lime, 170 tons of medical sup
plies, two carloads of acid and chemi
cals, Kovon carloads of wood, 241 cars
and four stcamerloads of subsistence
stores, 1,570 tons of flour, flvo enrs of
fresh moats, 185 cars of miscellaneous
stores, ono car of oranges, flvo cars
of clothing, two cars of salt, camp out
fit of Los Angeles, 28 cars."
Two Blight Shocks Cause No Alarm.
San Francisco, May 1. Two slight
earthquako shocks at an intorval of an
hour wero felt hero early this morn
ing. They wero of tho samo nature ns
a dozen other shocks that have been
felt slnco tho big quako of April 18.
No damage was dono this morning, and
thero was no alarm.
UNREST IN ORIENT.
Russia Is Now Planning Anothor Inva
' slon of Ohlnoso Territory,
St. Petersburg, April 30. In Bplto of
tho dofent of her ambitions in Manchu
ria nnd Kwnntung, nnd tho obstacles
mot with by M. Pokotlloff, tho Russlnn
minister to China, in his negotiations
nt Pokln, Russia is steadily pushing for
ward with tho purposo of occupying an
other big sllco of China, nnmoly, tho
two enstorn provinces of Monnolln. cov
ering tho routo of tho proposed railroad
from Ilnlkal to Pokln, which, ns an
nounced by tho Assoclntod Press, Feb
ruary SO. has boon given over to tho
Under tho gulso of tho innocont-Bound-ing
nnmo of "geographic cthnographio
expedition for purely scientific pur
poses," a party bonded by Colonel No
vltsky, ono of tho brilliant youngor
mombcrs of tho gonoral staff, will loavo
DEMOCRATIC TICKET OFFICIAL.
United States Scnntor, long torm John
Congressman, Second District, J. II.
Govornor, Goorgo E. Chamberlain.
Secretary of State, P. II. Sroat.
State Treasurer, J. D. Matlock.
Supremo Judge, T. G. Hnlloy.
Superintendent Public Instruction. J.
Htnto I'rtntcr, .1. Hcott Taylor.
Attornoy-Gonornl. R. A. Millor.
Labor Commissioner, O. P. Ho ft
St. Petersburg in tho middlo of Mny to
survoy tho hitherto unoxplorod region
botwoon tho Mnnchurlnu frontier nnd
Though tho expedition nominally la
to bo tindor tho nusnlcos of tho Im
tiorlal Geographical Bocioty, it Is bo
liovod it will bo financed nnd ofliccrod
by tho gonornl staff, nnd its composi
tion will I 0 almost puroly military. Tho
stratogio alms, in fact, nro so thinly
covered thai it Is doubtful if It will
bo nccoinpuiilod by nny roprosontntivo
of the geographical socloty.
The region to bo explored covers tho
hazy "Mongollnn Dosort," in which
during tho wnr mysterious vTapanoso
armies wero supposed to bo hovorlng to
striko the Kussinn rear and into which
small scouting dotnehments of Japan
cso actually ponotmtcd long distances.
Colonol Novitzky's expedition probab
ly will find the work nlroady woll un
der way, ns tho Russian forco stntionod
nt Urgn certainly has not been idlo dur
ing us long stay thero.
NEED HELP FOR MANY WEJBKI.
Dovlno Urges Nation Not to BUckea
Enthusiasm In Oivlng,
Snn Francisco, April 30. Dr. Dovlno.
of tho Nntlomi! Itod Cross, tonight is
sued tno roiinwing stntoment:
"It is Important for tho ontiro coun
try to understand that tho loss of homes
and property in San Francisco hns not
been exaggerated. Expectations hnvo
boon aroused nnd plnns havo boon mndo,
based on telegrams nnd newspaper ro
portH, of largo contributions for relief,
and these expectations should not bo
"Tho distribution of food will hnvo
to bo continued until thero nro enough
stores In which to buy on a monoy basis
and then it can bo gradually diminished,
hut relief of other kinds la now nnd
will bo roquirod for weeks to coma
Sick nnd delicato porsous will nood
enro for months. Inmates of institu
tions which havo been destroyod must
bo established clsowhoro, and on soma
plan yet to bo davlsod families which
cannot get startod otherwise mny hnvo
to bo given a helping hand.
"It is not Intended to oncourngo
chronic dependeneo, but quick, gouor
oils and efficient relief is nooded hero
for n very largo niimbor of persons
whoso homes nnd moans of livelihood
havo been destroyod,
GOVERNMENT LOST MILLIONS.
Appropriation of $3,387,030 Needod for
Washington, April 30. Tho socrotnry
of war today forwarded to tho socro
tnry of tho treasury for transmission to
congress urgent deficiency estlmntes of
appropriations amounting to $3,387,030.
This amount is required for tho service
of tho fiscal year ondiug Juno 30, 1000,
for tho purposo of roplneinir military
stores destroyed by earthquake and firo
at nn irnuclsco; also for repairing
dnmngo to cable connecting Angel
Island nnd Alcatraz in tho harbor of
Snn Francisco, nnd tho repair of dam
ago to tho general hospital ut tho Pro-
sidio, nan 1 rancisco.
Kill Odessa Pollco Ohlof.
Odessa April 30. Tho chlof of pollco,
who played such a prominent rolo in
tho Octobor massacres hero uud n notice
man, wero assassinated by revolution
ists hero today in broad daylight. Tho
plot was far-reachiiiL', ami contemplated
iiIno tho assassination of Assistant Chief
of Police Poltnvachouko and sovornl
other policemen. A young girl nnmod
.lerebt.ovn threw a bomb at Poltava-
chenkn, who was on his way to tho
hospital to visit ono of tho wounded
police, Uvr nim was poor, and tho ofli-
cor wns not harmed, Tho glri wns
seriously wounded by Poltuvachonko'tt
Railroad Line Indicted.
Clarksburg, W. Va., April 30 Tho
Ilaltimoro it Ohio Railroad Company
wik indicted flvo times by the federal
grand jurv today for alleged violation
of the interstate commerce law in fall
uro to distrihuto cars to coal operators
la a fair and oquitablo mannor. Tho
indictments nro tho first of tho kind
over found In tho United States. Tho
fine, la case of conviction, mny bo $5,000
.n eacn caso,
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