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VOL. IV. NO. 156.
FREMOiTOi CHASE 3
Y Local Members of the Order Giye
v. , Delegates Gathering ; From f
- s - A) Parts of Country a !-w t
TRAINS COME CROWDED
WITH HAPPY VISITORS
Over' One Thousand Carrier With
' Their Families Will .Conjfc to At
tend the Meetings, Which Open at
- the Armory TonightFormal Ses
; sib'ns ' Begin Tomorrow Morning.
One thousand of the wen you're al
' ways glad to see hava invaded Portland
' to attend tha biennial convention of, the
National Association of Letter-Carriers.
'-. Men'who carry mall in iWB cloy of Imr
' portsnce In the country are visiting
Portland.' and others wlll continue to
" arrive until tomorroar night.-
Thla Catherine will be ranked aa tha
, . premier convention In the .history of he
- order. -In-polnt -of attendance It la aa
I' -I large as .any convention that baa been
- held by tha association; In point. of ,en
ltbua1ssm among the delegates It U
- easily first; . In point, of business to' be
transacted It la most important. :.
Two special tralna from Chicago and
,Vtr Louis artived jthls ' morning with
00 delegates from points east of the
- Mississippi river1., Tha Missouri delega
t Ion arrived last night, accompanied by
the St. Louis Letter-Carriers' band.
which Is regarded as one of the best
musical - organisations en the country.
' - Tha band serenaded Postmaster Mlnto at
-fca tnmtrtn hl MnilaiiTT,r-T,riir-..
A. Taomsaad Seleg-etee Tamilles. -
Other delegates arrived yesterday and
today; othera -will arrlva until tomot
. row night. Over i.OOO delegates with
.- their .wives, and families .will . attend
tha great convention, which will be for
mally -opened- at the .-Armory tonight,
though there will be no business ses
sions until tomorrow, when . meeting!
for th4 transactlone of bualneaa will be
, gin at ! o'clock and will be held every
forenoon until Saturday! v
A speclsl program has been arranged
for tha reception thla evening. Addreases
or welcome wnr-pf ntumrwi 7-"rf-
., mayor, a representative of Oovernot
Chamberlain. United States Senator Ful
' tjon and others. Responses will be made
bv Prealdent Keller and other officers
lf the association. - Music will be fur
nished by tha letter-carriers' bands of
St.-Louis end Denver . :..
Stragglaa foe rraaldeaoy.
haa arisen In connection with the elec
tion of officers. James c.. Keller of
Cleveland is, tha present incumbent but
, It - Is said that he will make no effort
v f or reelection.,
Supportera of O. W. Davison of St
.' Louis declare that hie election is aa
sured, while adherents of other candl
I, datea are equally, aa sanguine of their
fawltes. Among the csndldates. be.
aUea the one from St. Louis, are M. A.
T Fitsgerald of New Tork and J. IX Hol
land of. Boston. Other officers, includ
ing an eitecuttve board, will be elected
during the convention.
Another contest that gives promise of
- developing Into one of Interest Is waged
J by vlelegsttona from varloua cities to
- -aecure tha next convention. . Atlantlo
City has entered the struggle with the
"' announcement-'that 1t-wlll win --othef
cities that ar trying tw induce -the let--.
ter-carrlera to vlait them are Mlnneap-
oil. Canton, Ohio. Fort .Worth end Gal
veston. Texasr - - - - -
(Continued on Page Two.) r
HAS PIAKQ IH EVERY R007J
. ... . v - - f r r
Ur rALAIIAL KtSIUthlit
. Millionaire : Mineownerl- Makes
' . ' v ' in Mexico. ;
(IwmI SjtI1 ,IWTlca.i.
City of " Mexico, ; Sept. -.
Pedro Alvsrsdo, a multl-mllllon-'
aire tof : Parral, Mexico, who wM
a laborer working In a ' mine at t
; eenta a day a few years ego, haa made
a strike of fabulous richness In tha Pal
. mlnllla mine. It Is reported that Alva
rado has renewed hla offer to PreaWent
. Idas to pay the public debt of Meftco.
He says ha obtains his' wealth' from the
ground, and thinks-the government la
; entitled to a good' portion of It. He haa
Just completed a palatial residence near
, the nuns . that coat several ..hundred
,' thmiaatlfi itnllarc Th.p. I v a rtlann in
. . every room. Several million dollars In ,
r money la asm to 0 Kpi in a wrong
ilron--cag tn hla home, .whera Jt la con.
twiTtty guard-il by STmd mn."f TW tmsl
never permitted a mining expert to enter
..the mine, and no' report of its rlchnes"
has ever barn (nsdr. .The public debt of,
' Mexico in 1(01 waa reughly aatimated at
. j.oi,ooo,ooo,.. .... . . ..... v. .
XT Keller", President National As-
ition o( Itte-Carrier.;-:3iS:
THIRD TRIAL IS Oil
. -. ' - .
Williamson, Gesner and Biggs
V Again Face Charge of Con- v
-spiracy to Suborn Perjury. j
WITNESSES FROM CROOK
COUNTY ARE FRIGHTENED
They Put a Sinister InterpreUwon on
, the Burning of a Barn Belonging to
W. J. Crauv.WITwatie4 Against
V- Alleged Land Thieves. -:
For tha third time Congressman J. N.
Williamson, Dr. Van Geener and Marion
federal eourt to stand - trWI rthe
charge of conspiracy, to suborn perjury,
The two prevloua ' trials resulted in
Xnitef States District Judge William
H. Hunt, before whom the case la t9 be
tried, will probably arrive this evening
from Helena, - He cornea from the recent
trlsl of the Montana land-fraud prose
cution, and he will remain In Portland
until tha pending- cases In this court
have been concluded. . .
Tha charsre against Wllllsmson and
hia.xodcfendantaU-.that in-order, to
acaulrelargelractsPf ubiieisnds . in
Crook county they procured a large
number of persons to make perjured
entries under the timber and stone set.
WiUisnnon aqd Gesner are partners In
the sheepraialng business and It ' is
charged that they advanced the money
to the entrymen In ' round figures
about H2S on each claim to enable
them , to maVe Una! proof. It la the.
contention of the prosecution that In
each case there was a verbal contract
with ,the- entrymen. whereby he agreed
that In consideration tf the further aum
of 171 to 4a paid to him he would con
vey the' land, 'as soon as he acquired
title, to Williamson Gesner. '
' ' Basis ef Charge. ;
Inasmuch r as - every entrymsn must
mska affidavit that he has made no
contract or agreement for the aata of
the land, there waa manifest perjury It
In fact a bargain had been made aa al
leged with tha defendants.' , ' ' :
Marlon R. Biggs Is accused of having
been is party to the conirplmry and. of
having ' procured a- number of the en
trymen to make perjured proofs. .
A small army of witnesses hi In attendance-from
-Crook .county, moat ot
whom, testified -at th,e preceding trials.
There la jtomd, reason to believe that
the . government- hss strengthened - Its
case Since 'then, though the prosecuting
attorney. Mr. Heney, refuses absolutely
to give out any Information on tha aub
Jcct ' '. --- ;-:
M oeredr.bjr" Bars MtiTaing.'J:--r
..Among" the " wltne-ttes from' Crook
cownty there 'la milch unrlnens ha-,
cause of the news that a barn belonging
to Wllfcrd Jt Craln. whose testimony In
the - former trials bore strongly agalnat
the "defendants, was burned last, week
under clrouiaatancea'natmngly- sugges
tive of Incendiarism. The greater part
of "CraHVa eropa had- been - harvested
and stored In the barn and the lose wa
.The I narks nf Ihr
man , ware dls.
covered near tha burned bullrtinr and
were oH) weSfxml fba
No. pthef. c:ue to the Incendiaries wm
found.liowever, and the motive for the
crime can only be conjectured. , Among
the ' Crook- county witnesses now In
Portland ' there la plainly a fear that
Craln's experience may become tha ex
perler.cn of 'others 'whoa evidence has
been favorable to the prosecution. Pop
ular, feeling In Crook couhty fa largely
with tha defendants In this case, and
It is possible that Some of their friends
may ' have resorted . to the .policy ot
seeking to Intimidate the government's
witnesses.. " ' ; . .'
. Baservlsta la to.
-.. ., . (InutttX Sperial gerrlcei .
Llhau.C Sept. i.A riot attended the
endno jfe'rsonejw"sr "tilled snd .60
wounded. . TroQpa were fired upon from
e houee, ..They replied to tha Volley, ahd
cavalry charged with, drawn, sabers on
the crowd ' There were manr Innocent
victims, .women included, among them.
PORTLAND, OREGON, MONDAY ' EVENING, SEPTEMBER 4, - 1905 TWELVB PAGES' , v
Ed J. CantweU,- Secretary National
Association of Letter-Carrlers,
Crew of Wrec
. vonia Offer'TJ
. fice to I
. . on Shi;
On Tork .lei
cued, . Including
eraalnder of tl
crew-and' four -women.
. Seven of the dead offered their II
aa a sacrifice for the rent of the 2
boar4. ' Of; thoaa .for1 whom they
their lives STiiur re ttpid The
reached her' last night after a nig
buffeting Bjr. waves and a trip o
hours spent cutting a road throu
northern wllderjiesa. ,. -
Thoaa who gave their lives for
comrades. wera-Captain- K. McDona
Northeast. Pennsylvania; Flret:
Iewis Darwin, of Medina, Ohio, an
othera whose namea.re unknown.
othera were also probably drowne
On Friday tha steamer -ran 1
storm, and aa she waa, running foi
ter atruca tne reer and tnen brol
pieces. Those drowned volunte
remain On board while the othe
to reach the shore. When last so
men on the broken vesseTwere waltiug
ror neip. , . ,
The boat containing II. Jnclifdlng four
women, .reacnea shore after battling
with the heavy seas all of Friday night,
during which they suffered U terribly
from cold and exposure. ; The' Sevonai
wa bound from Alloues'to Erie with
a cargo of Iron ore. Soon after striking
the boat broke In - two, the after end
sinking. 'Two boats put' off from the
doomed craft." the first containing 11
persons. Including, a number of passen
gers. It reached shore safely at Little
8anA bay. - - -
The tug Harrow went out from Bay.
field with a rescuing rartv and re.
lurnea. reporting tna nothing waa Been
of the men on the boat The crew left
on the ship perished, as did the men
In the second boat.1 Fifteen mmnniMi
the rescuing party, who made the trip
n no noon Tmne teem of a blinding
gale. Only a email portion of the Sevo
nia.wss visible above the water.
, (Josroae Special ServJce.1 , i .
Bercetdna, Spain. Sent. 4 a rivnamMa
bomb waa .' eiplmlga yssicrafty atter
noon onrtha maln parade which wna
thronged with merry-makers. One
woman was killed, five mortally wound.
ed and RJ Injured.. The detonation was
beard :thronghoTrt;rthg. cltjvrr7t--work
man covered with "blood waa caught by
and nearly lynbhed. He denied that he
Hutf wpliwlml Tlia Swmil linu PlfllmeJ to
pa. a vlrllm Tha,,
outrage is unknown
THOUSANDS Of HOUSES ! l
( EURNEp IN ADRIANOPLE
" '. i :
i . i (Joaraal Special Serrlee.t .
Constantinople, Sept ..Seven thou
sand houfees were.- destroyed In 'the
Greek. Armenian, Hulgarlan and J
Ish quarters. tr fire which rage
Adrinnopi sarurday Srtj Fhmday. lvith
the, exception of the Catholic cliur
the mosouefl. .few bulldlnae ara
aured, Tha properly loss la enormoftef
. Arrested Wlta awa Ticket ' '
(jnarwal Special Srrlea.t
sryonng negrn.: has fceen- arraated ln
Philadelphia .IIS had 23 pawn tlrketa
on his person and Is suspected of be
ing connected" with the- plundering of
the residen of Joseph -Aymar - last
week. - , ' ' . -
es asa Sacvir I
efcu e Pa5j gers. I
'l : . z V "i
R iftfPTfLJ " Mi l
r - -c ' ' t
msi . m Jtv m
T ilea S.mnTtlWxa Seronrl!
jtoV ingtfH? WhichJ
ruovLon. -m j g s
i JV. I
a - . . . arat a
ownai special Dfrrae.s 1 - i
evta'ls.. Set-eT-r-Jileven otl
crew wni 1 1 iu stesmea nevonusj
afldrcef In Lake Rjawfe
Ex-Bartender for the Husband of
Murdered Woman Suspected
by the Police and Held
ESS TO YOIING'S.
VAN ID RAN
It Is tSrtd TSTwhile
Tier ana inn on
f SJ)Before Mrs
Was Poisoned Wejrunt
, and twasfoi
1 rreated tluw mornl
,ownthejf gangplfc pf the tei
pokane 0 Sn.aMals.clsco, on telegr
VMfff- Chief of Police V
s ' charged with embex
UraB, but the other re
rear-are . that n- la a
Itness agalnat Joseph 1
the- Saloonkeeper" who- ahotahd 'al
killed Van Dran. and that the auth
tlafled that if Chase Is
Mrs. Tn""Dran a murder
was at Id
st an accomplice in tha crln
e say they hava clues In the!
'which will probably lead
evelopments In the queer mu
aitd both women are held b
ineisco police. Whether t
ought' buck appends on
and Detectives rTjT;ni
Vaughn, jrho go to San Franao
night, may be able to elicit frlm) tnem
by the "iveatlng-" process. TfaJChlef
GrltsmacMrr and District Attoif e Win
ning are I exceedingly ager t(f hive
Kinney, aid the
women i returnVa IS I
can be aronfnlshed ther freeljVdit
4 of theaa pet pie
nglng tha muaatr
olios Shew Blatioa.
hase- tg-wanted aa "a
ng at his trial for
Ing Van I
ran with a dangerous
t to commit murder.
eve of i
lich.he left tha city.
Ire - unable to conceal
Skr developments for th
con that Ulfly believe the responsl
for the 1 Idsonlng ofMrs. rVsnr
.inv now 4 placed where It belongs
ootlng Van Drafraaaaw' aet for t
orrow by the circuit court and thril
and Chase are known to have hejda
veral conversations, which they tafedl
keep secret In the few da'ya Insgie-
tely preceding the sailing rtaVthe
amer Spokane, Is also sllesjg py tha
ils Is the . my
h Chief Grltsn
xl hava been I
i, and the
lure to arres
to have I
due to a bel
Im under surv
an wss shot
0 p. m. Augus
waa acting a
itinued as sue
at the hospltifr
bbed Wkfla ilk."
r Van DH
left the hosulal h
tlon of hla stodk am:
ooks,. with- the Iresuli
Detective Vaufhn ol
xzlement by till bsH
hied at about Hi an
Cliasa would fob
ie Bay 111. hejr mlaffit
ethlng 9boht the mi
in. V JtS '1 fan. and e
InVVIew Jof theiP-actl that Cb
Wanted Ay the glnte to testify
Toung kt the Stial for shoot
Dran. nBarrest tfpa fhade by aetefre
ts by X.-
since he bckiin
he who wae, Vlrp
t hts Wawl
a 'nearly thrsj snv other
that of t
a . feTifure or TV" Bund
l'i'' I lulij" :
Srant McDonald, Active in the Labot
5.000 ARE KILLED
Revokf BreaksLit on an Enor-t
s Scale in southeastern
Provinces oflRussia. ' w
Intirely Unable to I
Jute of Siege - Pf
aavasiaung, --aw Minrry.ysaKlna
id openbf glvinraaaBwjBlBWtroops. For
o moitJh tha entire region haa been
In a atate
oi turmoil watch la dally
he district' li
at a stand-
ns ara also
A state o
ge h, bri
many of t
ir aix weeks
the mlut I
of the river
DoraVand no shl
rived or de
li oth Cau
and enciragemrt to the
Numerous oiat rages agalils
officials and poflce are reported and I
many instances bomb-throwing result!
in wholesale deaths la told .of
a-h 1 1 aS
' -' (Joaraal SpecUl Srrtc.) -Philadelphia.
Sept. 4 r-Harry , Pratt
Jones and James Madison Thompson of
Baltimore, "widely known ' In club and
social circles, engaged a special train on
the Pennsylvania railroad early this
morning and made a new speed record to
Atlantic City, , all for the avowed pur
pose of taking a bath. Tbe special train
shot but of the station at eight mlnutoe
to t o'clock thla morning. There was
only, one, car and locomotive, and . Mr.
Jones and hta friend whirled Into the
Atlantic City station at S o'clock, having
traveraed 7 miles In 68 minutes. ; ,
FRENCH JEW IS Klllb -I
BY MOROCCAN BANDITS
' ir1,..l Inul.l I k
-Tangier, Sept. 4.-A French 'Jew waa
murdered, here, .yesterday. . The JOBJtJ
""tn urrapeo. i ne stiDUrns or 'inn.
glor . hava r baeiv deserted ly" Rtiropen na
on . account of the depredations of the
aiidThold tHcm for rauaom. The Mo-
fear Ralsull and the Angoras.-
sweeps over new york
(Joaraal Special Barries.)
Utlca. N. T.i Sept. 4. One of thr
worst storms that e-ver visited ccntrrtt
New Tork swooped down upon .thla sec
tion list night, resulting in damage .thai
Will exceed $iOO,OdO. - .
Injured la Santa, Te Wrack. ;
1 (Joaraal Spectjil Berrlra.) ,
. Pueblo, Col..-Sept. 4 Mra. Mary R.
Barley and -Mra. Martha K. Woodard
of lAnrenre. Kansas, were seriously in-
Jured, In a wteck-uSLa .PenU 'ejaa-
ent;er Jrsln carrying, hundreds pf tO.
V H.' excursldnlsts -near-loone, -"Colorado,
-yeateTday aMernoeev The wreck
waa rus4l by tha tank of an angina
leaving the 'track. . Two er glnea and
live coajIiob were overturned, '
rr ' ..
Mrs. Lucia F. Additon, Speaker at
'Labor Day Exercises.
peace mm is
Instrument That Ends Contest in
Far East Ready for Sl- t
natures of Envoys." ;
CEREMONY TAKES PLACE r:
' BEFORE SELECT CROWD
Engrossing Clerks Labor All- Night
to Conclude Work AseiaUnt Sec.
J Tetarjr Peirct Supplies the" Red Tips
in the Proceedings.'
(Joaraal Spatial Sarrle. :t; -' ' !
Portsmouth,' ' Sept.' 4. The1 peac
ity . that ends tha warln the' far
I JiasTSen finlsheiT and, Vnlyawaita
aignaturta ofLtija.nvo'a tiiia. after-
hen at i o'clock the agreement
ratified In .the presence of. gov-
t snd local officials. It will be
aa tha treaty of Portsmouth. .
engrossing' clerks finished their
early thla morning and Assistant
tary of Stat Pelrce supplied the,
red tspe with which to tie the
nent. ' M. Morata for tha Japanese
Rolestvensky for the 'Russians.
had the engrossing In charge, la-
d most of the night In getting the
ument In-ahape -for- final aetkm. '
he treaty consists of a preamble and
rtlclee. The concluding article pro.
s thst the exchange of ratifications
1 occur within l dsys sfter the slg-
by the plenipotentiaries. The
slan ratification will be communl
to the Japanese government by the
ench minister at Tnklo and the Amer
in amhasaador at St. ' Petersburg will
form the Rnsslsn government of the
apanese raimcaiion. I
The atgnlug of the treaty will be an
exclusive affair. -- Newspaper correspon'
dents and photographers have been
barred. ' Besides the envoys and their
secretaries . the only' witnesses present
will be Assistant Secretary of Ststs
Pelrce, .representing the president. Gov
ernor Mckene of-New Hampshire, tha
mayor of Portsmouth, Admiral Meade,
commander of the navyyanl.' sjid Cap
tain Wlnstow Of the Mayflower.
Tonight the ' newspaper correspon
dents, guests of the hotel and govern
ment off Iclala will be entertained by
Baron Kanura and Minister, Takahlra.
TO POSTPONE bOUMA. .
Stunored BlMtioaof jSBastijbly Witt STot
- ," Hsld for Anotka Tear. -
r rtJooroal Special Bargee.) 4 ,- ', .
. St. Petersburg. . Sept. i 4. It Is . ru
mored that the election of members to
the propoed assembly will , be post
poned a yesr. '''.- v ,- :- f, ..
Geaeral Linlevltch on hla return will
be appointed -viceroy to .Siberia aa a
reward for reorganising tha army.' ,
" A thousand sailors who participated
In the mutinies, at I.lbau and. In . the
Black aaa have- been transferred to tha
army and -will, he -sent-to -Siberia to
serve In the army of occupation. ,. .
. f . .. ,
REBELLION IN JAPAN.
Sumo red ta atoms That Dissatisfaction
WltB, eace teraa OnseaT VprialavrTT
V 1 tjuuiusi awist Salt isp.
says -thst- It- is reported In Rome-that
f "qlV haa broken nut .In Japan.
Dlsaawhifncrlon-with the terms of pence
is supposed tn be the" cause. ' In well
Informed circles here the report Is re
garded as, absurd..
- Jlot AUowed ta Meat.
""' (Journal Special Service. 1
"Moscow, Sept. . 4. Tha police yester
day stopped a meeting of members of
the Moscow aemstva- congresa . which
hsfc been called to nacusa the attitude
tha- Zemstvolxts should Uke toward the
projected national assembly. Amnne
thoaa' at the meeting were rilllif frrt4
anuriKi, t-rince -j. rouoetaxoy and Prince
I voir, . ,
i (Joaraal Snertal garttrsii -
-t St. .rVterabttrjc. fept.- 4, Tha'-Kovo
Vr"va i- 'r i;)Bt an Anglo-Amerl-
en-j i -nc fm ben -t!.
1 1 : ' t par' " I i
CENTS. ... ii&hUcZ72
Labor Turns - From - Its -Tasks
-" for - a" Time and - Celen
c brates the " Glory .
-of'Wbrk. " rr :
ELABORATE; CEREMONIES ;
; : HELD AT CEDAR PARK
Prominent Men Address Big Crowds '
. There and Other , Thousands Take i.
Advantage of Holiday to Visit the .
. Exposition and ' Witness Special
. Program There.
Laboring men. are enjoying-a holiday
today.i Other tradesmen-sre also Join-
Ing In the gala time, and altogether thla
wilt be one of the mest enJoyableLabor
daya ever held In this city. Thouaande
are celebrating at Cedar park, "while
other thousanda are availing- thameelwa
of seeing the exposition.- . '
The official- labor celebration Is being
held at Cedar park. Here many ara
spending-the day, having arrived early
with lunch basket and tha children.----But
a majority of the1 crowd did not arrive ,
until thla afternoon,' when the program
began.- ----t- - -
At the fairgrounds things were dif
ferent. . Throughout JJie forenoon the
five turnstiles "at the nu n antra nee of
tha grounds wera require to a'ccommp
data", the Incomers,' and the Indlcattoue- -are
that thla will be one of tha seven
largest daya of tha fajr. There were rtt
special features for- Labor day. but
thousands of celebrators swarmed ever
the-grounds,'- a great many of whom
tiai'a iait "imi.ii IiiiiI, -.
vls'ltfng tha falrwhlla thaxhlblt bulld'
1 .1 a n c i v vjn;,,, .." . . -
' The gates at Cedar park wer'e thrown
open, at octock. thla morning.;- Eaeb
outbound car from PnrttaoS.broughr its '
delegation to the park, ana tbe trains
leaving Ssjcond and Alder streets after
11 o'clock wera crowded. . Among the
merrymakers ware many visiting letter .
carriers All night lohg. Manager Prasp
had a corps of men busily engaged In
carrying water and wetting down tha
parts of the park where tha crowd is
gathered; thla wss done to lay tha dust
and to guard against accidental fire.,
. There waa no labor parade today, tha .
leaders of tha. various trade organisa
tions having, decided to spend the day
quietly. . Tha Ladies' Label league an4' '
the Ladies' i. auxiliary - hava charge3 ef
refreahment booths. .! ': ... '' -.
. The .- apeechmaktng : began at.l:S
o'clock thie afternoon.. -The addrasa af -welcome
was given by Governor George
Cleveland, president of the National As
sociation of . Letter-Carriers, spoke an
ijh moral side of labor, organisations;
(Mrs. Lucia H. F. Additon gave an ad
dress, the subject being "The Purchas
ing Power of Women, or Their Relation
to Organised Labor." ' - ,
Avery. C. Moore, a prominent labor
leader , and a well-known orator ef
Idaho.' gave the principal addreas of tha
afternoon. Mr. Moore said In part: : i
" 'Each American, whether ha worka
with his head or his hands: whether he
la an -employer or a wage-earner; no mat
ter where he was bora or what creed
he professes, Is entitled to be Judged by
his fellowsh hla wdrth ae a man. In
return he la bound In honor to do hie
best . to; give to every man a fair deal,
for no man deserves mora and ne man
should receive less.' . - .
-"Mr. Chairman and Friends;: I hava
chosen these words from a recent public .
addresa of a prominent number af the
( (Oontlnuedeai Page Nine.)!
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Rematkablai Seismlo J Disturb
. ances Are Reported In the
. (Joaraal Sverlal 8arle.
Dispatches tn the meteroiogicsi
department of the federal gov
ernment' give an account af a re
markable eelsmle dl-orbaca la Dm
state of Guerrero, The entire aids of
the precipitous mountain called Cerr
Dolores suddenly took sn onward mov.
went, great masses of rock welghf
manr tons esch were Dr""'"
the .upheavel shd fell Into the vi
with a thundering nolae.
Tie inhabitants of Puebla San Ia
two leagues distant, were terror-atr
..r ina.le nreparatlona for f t I .
afld m'l preparations-for f"
tnarn. of. liueiamo.
mnrement was plainly t
panted b a 'great rur
no.-e. rl r to
aariftees l.lt I