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DAILY EVENING EDITION
Tonight anil Sunilay fnlr and
m pCuIJIU IU liuui 4ii in-
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TEKDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1904.
tlve Sons of the Golden West of Oak
land Day. Saturday will bo given
over almost .entirely to recoptlons (
nnd oxeurslons, and at night tho exo
dus of tho visitors will begin.
Tho city's decorations are thor-
I oughly In keeping with tho Import
ance of tho occasion. Market street '
from the F.crry station as far west as
1 the city hall, has been transformed
1 Into one .grand court of honor. Myrl-
nds of lights havo boon strung 1
KURDPATKIN III RETREAT
i I ,,,ls nna urHlln" Krel
Itv-ninth Conclave in ; placed nt intervals
I J ! the entire length o
Temperance People In Union County
Want the Whole Thing.
La Grande. Sept. 3. A petition hns
been In circulation several days ask-
lng for a vote on the question of pro
hibiting the sale of liquors in Union
! Tho liquor dealers of La Grande
, precinct No. 2, In which Is loented all
the saloons of tho city, havo nlsn
prepared and filed a petition to have
MADE LESS THAN
Iflfls Gather at the 1 throughout and across tho broad avc-1
nus ami arounu great wnito columns 1 a cn hst All I nmmnnirntinn With inn Ynnir Hnc Knrn IP. 'n t nn tim nnnaiinn in tills nrwinni
als of GO feet along' , alone. Tho nctltlon contn ned !I2 siir-
if the court. At
I SERVICES IN ALL
tho corner of Market, Kearney and '
Geary streets, tho point from which
the parndo will start, a bell of mas
sive proportions, its outllno formed
Another Great Battle is Imminent.
Board oi Equalization , Re
ceived Few Kicks From
I of several thousand oloctric lights. B(,rMn Financiers Believe Russia Is PrcDarlna for n Five-Years' Wa
fTHE CHURCHES SUNDAY, covering mo uremur puriion oi uie
corner, nns uecn iiuiig
alone. The petition contained 92 slg'
natures, although but 3S were legally j
I required. A messenger was sent to i
; Union Tuesday afternoon for the pur-1
i pose of filing the petition nhead of
ihc one which Is to take In the wholo 'THREE WOMEN SECURED
Throughout the city decorations of
vni'lniin ehnriietoi-H in-fi illsnlnved. the
gtatlves of the Great Priory illuminated emblem of tho order bo-'
j British Empire Will Arrive lng most conspicuous.
y, Headed by the Earl of i San Franclsco, Sept. 8. The com-
-Tuesday Will Witness the 1 ninndcries arriving flits morning are
' iim inmi nv nt jii 1 1 o 1 1 1 ( rnn iTirn.
riiruuc, una nuiouuy t
y Prepared Concert
ucrKeicy-Lir... rnzes ColumIl,n ,, Ult, Maryland conuimn
ed Thursday. I dories.
Japanese Gain Many Advantages, Following Capture of Llao Yang
Fifty Thousand Killed and Wounded Before Llao Yang Prospects
That the Russians Will Abandon the Llao Yang District Russians
Admit Great Reverses, But Minimize Their Losses.
On the basis of the voto on tho lo
cal option amendment prohibition
would carry in the county as a whole
but would fall short a few in l.u
Grande precinct No. 2.
CUT IN ASSESSMENTS.
MILLION DOLLAR FIRE.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 3. The war 1 that portion which occupies a defense
from the south to northw.esl of l.Iao
Five Large Memphis Concerns Burn
ed Out at Night.
Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 3. Uy a flro
uinnblo biinpe, tho grca
ana comniandery; Hugh DePayeiis, of ,,, nmonl announces that communl-1 fr
man of C nein. atl ,ml0118 w,th Lla" Ya,,R lmvo been I YnnR' nml ",0 lle,?ht ,lortllst of ! which started at 1 this morning, the
ni ,1111111, CM lIIH UlllUll, 11113 i.ItI.Illl III K-.l,l.,nr lino l.ncn rnnii rni in. Mnlmnn n.lr nrm ne ,1,lf.t In r. nn L.. ...
j v.....t,. - p. unver 1'inney urocory uompauy
gardlng operations around that place , attack on the right bank of the Taitso ! building was destroyed, and the fill-
since i iiursiiuy. uruni anxiety pro-. river uccujneti me iieigm wesi oi nei- lowing concerns: .John A. Denny Co., i
vails in ort'icliil quarters, although yungal at 0 this morning, September I win no Love Co W C F Hehrs
kin will extricate hlmsolf at Llao cmy Is still offering some resistance nil)'rnn .. thntiirlit to 1 under
outside of Llao Yang. Our center ,.,mt,.i. The loss Is estimated at $1.
and left armies are attacking. ooo.uno.
Application of Oregon Railroad &
Navigation Company That Assess
ment Be Lowered from $12,000 to
$5500 a Mile Will Be Considered by
County Court Next Week Three
Persons Who Received Lower Rat.
lng Are Widows Work of Board
TWELVE CARS IN THE DITCH.
-iuipIhco. Sent S. Willi tlw.
kto, "In Hoe Slgno Vlnces," Northern Pacific Wreck Blocks the Yl ' as ho (lkl , nat Cheng
Itlieni overywhor.o, and In i Tracks.
Missoula, Mont., Sept. 3. As a re-
S-.lit Kiiigms I 'niplur, their Biilt of u rear-end collision between
luio trlonds, came to autom! westbound Northern Pacific froichts
Itriennlal conclave of tho or- Nos. r.3 and 59 nt Drummond at 7:30
the city nnd moro are ar- 'o'clock tonight. 32 freight cars are In
Kuropatkin In Retreat.
London, Sept. 3. A dispatch from
St. Petersburg states the report reach
ed there todny that Kuropatkin Is re
every train. Soon after the ditch, 300 feel of track is torn up ' trfttt,,"B1 ,,,WarJ MululolK 0f1ticl,n,1"
if . - ' oilitilf 1 1 ii fiitifii'i irno t'tmuivod till r
ports ot nuiforined knights and all traffic has been delayed eight , m""V. ho T'Z ,.
llidr iiosn at uio various m- jo hours. No lives were lost and ; au 11 , ' ,,v,"l,"u " "
mi v " welcome and take mm on., wim Intni-...! " iu"cuiinH. j "
llieir o liron
i ni' i-icii!; long
Will Abandon Llao Yang.
from other while No Crl was switching Jn tho ' 1,110 ' all(,lllei' effort of tho Japanese i Japanese Gain More Advantages, The second was capture'
; escorts 'and ' yards train' No. 53 howled Into Its'"' fI""k 1,1,11 from U,e WCBt" 1 London, Sept. 3. A dispatch from Hie American champion.
St. Potorsburg, Sept. 3. High mill-1 i.0,i011, Sept. 3. Tho International
tary authorities here admit It lias ; blcyc-lp matches for tho world's
been decided to abandon Llao Yang , championship, opened at Crvstal pal
unless Kuropatkin Is overwhelmingly a(,0 ,(lay. 10 two-kilometers am
successlul Immediately. nteur nice, the opening event, Heed,
English chainplon, won the first heat.
aptured by Hurley,
w- inarching through , renr end, running at full speed.
1 1 j ntions mm inmiiug
and headquarters, 1
i- i. martial nlr to a city
air n at vtd from the com-!
lu , (irnfusion and ole-
IRcn ,i ion mat tar surpassos
B ulHtory of Snn 1-Tnii-
bi otias n arrivals, wearied
Sl -i'innine and vexntlous de-1
or in hamlets by witsh-
II ii n: ; rvr r 'nio
THIRD M OF I.
I St. Petersburg states that the greater
Kuropatkln's Account. , part of Kuropatkin's army Is now
St. Petersburg, Sept. 3. Kuropat- across the Taitse. Kurokl is report-'
kiu's dlspateh of Friday's date is ed to huve captured several Jtusalan ;
made public: i positions In the direction of the rail-
, "At nightfall Thursday the Japan-1 way to Mukden. j
but were repulsed after u hot fight. For Five Year' Campaign.
They renewed the attack, ut night, Uerlln, Sept. 3. A prominent bank-'
ins time with success, driving uacu , er xm returned from St. PeterBburir.
m m irnvel us possible. NEXT SESSION WILL BE
. a jo piv.lll by every HELD AT MOSCOW, IDAHO,
li' Btuy lu tho city,
In taUIng in the
I Who Will Succeed to the Presiding
a regiment in the direction of Skwan- re)Mns the Russians are making ti-!
tun. The retreat of. this regiment led ,mnclal and other arrangements for a 'COL DOTSCH GOES EAST
to the evacuation of the positions ' nv vpflm' eamnalKn mralnut fh .Inn-
held by other troops. anese Thov believe the national re-' TO CLOSE AGREEMENTS. 1 Yey owns properly In .Morrow eiiitll-
The estimated assessniont ot Uma
tilla county fur U10 1 Is J'.UKKUHll). yot
the result of the deliberations of tho
board of equalization In session this
week, shows a reduction of less than
$550. Tho O. It. & N company lias
'asked that Its assessment ho reduced
from $12,000 lo $5500 a mile, but tho
matter will be decided by the coun
Very few persons appenred beforo
the board of equalization mill uskcil
reductions. Several came for tho
purpose of examining their nss.oss
liientH and went away satisfied. All
those who secured reductions lira
Mrs. M. K. Ulce, of Hudson Iluy,
secured a reduction of $280 on alfalfa
lands. Mrs. Suhuii Welch hud the as
sessnieiil on property In this city Cut
si.-is ol' a t'.mnll roUiigc nt this city.
Joseph Vey's request that tho lis
! segment on $5ono deposited in ti lo
cal bank be strh'Ken out, was denied.
i riiwip h ii n ni n n ? 1 ni"1 m,s xiary A-niiis' wi,unv
I "KIllS II 111 i I ! I H M ' Mexican war veteran, secured a i
LLuvlJ riluU UL ill:,1",,,uu ol' H,r'- 11,,r wvy c
iowaru8 moruiiig our trooys an- aources of rtussia will be able to wear
vanced gradually, In order to retake 1 out the Japanese.
Skwautttn position. At dawn Friday , J
i .1.,. ,nl.t Tr,,
, gath.eriiig occurs to-1 Reports of Women's Auxiliaries la)i() uy artniei-y the position cuptur- 1 leld Mai'skal Oyama nucceoded In
;y unit he atlempled to estulillBli his
, resldenco in that county.
to the Idaho Conference,
Show Progress In High Degree A ' ed during the night. My Infantry al-' croBslng the TaltBe this inorning with
Portion of Eastern Oregon Ha. , bo advoncod to the attack. During 'h,e mlu ' Japanese army.
Been Ceded for Geographic Reasons A"-, .olenUy l.m- The 1 - Hn In
position and Inside the l.Iao Yang inhies. It is likely the ma n fight will
railroad station, and the railroad it- r there The neighborhood is
self. Our losses were Insignificant. hl,,v aml we" adapted lor defense.
"Have just iweived a dispatch
from the chief of the Llao Yaug gar- Russians Giving Way.
rlsou, timed 10:85 a. m., to the effect Tokio. Sept. 3. A telegram from
rc coptlon will ho toil'
nights by Goldon Onto
No, 10, I
U upeilal services will bo'
Humus churches, the Grand.
Cll n Hudlm? the First I
lionai church In the ufter-
Slot-! services wll bo hold' , 1,10 ull'lua- &ei,t- 11 develops.
uc pavilion and at night I lm yeur uy year .lie literary stand-;
c incct participated in by!'"" require" " cHiiiuiiaies lor me
and serv ces in momorv ' imr.u wuu uiu if.
A Large Part of the World'i Fair Ex,-1
hiblts Will Be Taken Bodily to
Portland After November 1 Con-J
tracts Provide for Displays From
Every Corner of the Globe, and Arc
Signed by Over Four Thousand Of
HEAD. END COLLISION.
resident K !.lov0,wlli " T 'f I-rencher, ! the Japanese attacked the ort the front states that the Itussians ar6
t i i,t intellectually. s being produced ' f " '"1 the center of our position, gradually giving way berore Flo d
Lin. niuili JJIIILI'. ' . i hill warn ftmulatwl w ilt vacv itrauf Vfucaltal niDi..n'a aounoli
conclnvn wpi.I- nmnnr 1 Psslng exaillillRt oils 8 lOWOd ' , , i , , j i ? T.. " "'" """ jvu.u.w
i.iMiiuio weeK piopor. ,, , " . .. loss. We had bIx killed tn the tort." yureeeri 4 1 nftnr .lnannrata flvlitlmr
out nusnitloiislv iim rn.nt 11 mgi nvernge. xsor ib tnero any' r ,i , ,
Great. T.-lorv ,.r Fn.-ln,l I"".
to n.wi ti. ii, i ....i Penlecosliil services are held nvorv London. Sent. 3. The Jnnanese le-
E. "i'""wi'iu i .., , ... . , , ....... ..-...... .... ennnn vln.j .-j iu-..j.j
111 Crown Foremost lu tills' uiinui uiu luuuereuip oinnuuu givuu uui uk luuunoi um- mivu anu ouuuucu.
will be the Karl of Huston, 1 ",,v- 1 nl'k. ol Hllutislmrg. i patch received by Oyama from Tokio Koine. Sept. 3. A telegram from
Eiiul ropreHonttttlve of Kluir ititnusiastic street services are tins morning: Tokio recolvod today says tho ens
.. . . "t ,.,.,.,l,w.,,..l ... ..... I 1... ..PJ, Mn....... 1 tf 1,.P ., ,.l.,.. ... .1. ( l t.
pl lugiaud Tlio program I -.wi.ihk mo c..ou. m uu... u. jo.t uou- ua.uuii ui uiu i.iuo i mig cuiiipuigu
icontlon of tho forelL-iini-R Is ''ronch Dunk building. Ural army Is In continued retreat to thus far amounts to 60,000 killed and
V. . . . .. v.t,..w.o "VI,,.., I,,. ,., ,1... .IIP,' ,. ,.I..V. ..P lw. TnllUA
Bntnie, At tho depot they .L.ho ... . ....n-n-i.t u.uub 1 '.. .,.. vn ..n- muK, rArcjn miit....Lii..
Bt by mounted and unmoiint-! ,.n,Ha"llm,'' 8''ioties are much In ovl- --
light 8 and ti welcome to tho I "once, reports of committees are well SWEEPING STRIKE ORDER. Challenge Race Improbable.
lo th.o conclavo will bo ox- ""d iiusiuess is generally Glasgow. snt. 3.n..orL.f, I. w...
b.i i. ... . won llfll-niln.wl rr . - , . n-rr.n . r)
in iiiucii ceremony, Ttion - - , i . ., ' "H"-" lu "ivuive mu.c mem son. the designer, has declined to
cu guard or uonor inures-1 immj uu m-r
question oi tue conieroiico entertain-
Laborer Killed In Logging Dlstrlot
Astoria, Sept. 3. Two logging
trains met head-on at Deep Itlver
camp near hero last night, wrecking
both engines, musing one death nnd
It, In..., ui-jnal innn
Portland, Sept. 3. There Is renew- , ' ,,.,, ,,' f ii.n,i.
Ml activity in the preparations for IIelkllll?, wlm WHH rMm m 0Il.
boiiBlng and exlilbitlng the dlBpIays ! . wnu , , ,., ,,. ,.,,.
tim . ..v .
Bights on foot will take tho
aed visitors to their hotol.
pr of recoptlons will bo hold
ling, among them being one
lace Hotol, under the direc-
no ladles, another at tho
Blry undor the auspices of
Commnndory of PonnByl-
th.o Sir Knights of that
ill Knights Templar and
Is attending .o conclave.
fccoption will bo tendered
Ella Commandory No, 1 to
twill see the great parade
and In tho nftoruoon tho
Isslon of tho Grand Kn-
Will bo hold. At night the
ler will bo tondered a re
Laborers in Chicago.
lng Itself brought out the fact that
Tho Dalles was entertaining royally.
and that ninny other places wore i
Chicago. Sept. 3. To enforco a 'f,an cup, owing to HI health. Wll
strict embargo on all meat after 5:30 ""in Fife has also refused. M. Linn,
this evening In accordance with tho of Glasgow, Is willing to undertake
Col. Oosch Is already lu touch with
between 4000 and 5000 repruseutatives
of Industiial establishments of every
Imaginable kind, ropreiioiitlug Indus
tries carried on in every purl of the
world, with the intention of securing
their .exhibits at tho World's fnlr In
whole or In part for the Portland
show. Col. IXisch makes this trip to
sign up for these exhibits under con
tract. Ttm tm'.i.a .if tliitur, friiilrnrilu utill.
construct a challenger for tho Ainer-!KUl0 tho j,L.wls and Clark directors to
wnifiii win ueein m uirivn ior mo ' . . . . ... .i..t
i . i . ii V ii V i i ami groin, anil nvtm mi iiuum, uyiiiK
Lewlg and Clark lair Immed ately up-, , , mor1B OIl 1B operallng table
on the close of the World'b lair tit SI. I... ,,,, ,,i"
Louis. 1 Is reudere, necessary by T, , , , William Judd, ft
tho departure o Col. H. h. DoobcI. .11- , wll(U0 , wng ,,,, hu
rector oi exlilbits, or bt. 1iuls, where Bverely bruiBfld. John Drown, n
he will remain until tho close of the ' ,,, ,- ,vn. V(11.v hndlv
jammed and somewhat cut, especially
about tho arniB and leg. Jesse Har
vey, a Deep Klver man traveling on
the Hue, hud several rlbM broken, nml
was severely bruised and Jammed. A
Finn logger's head was cut, and ho
was badly bruised and suffers from
concussion of the spine.
SHOT HIMSELF IN THE EYE.
w..m., .... ..,,i..t.,,.i,v. ,i ,. i sweeping order, Donnelly and the Hie work, but is considered too Inex-
unanlmn... v , n M, ,,nvt ,,.Bd,'n, 'f I strikers are preparing to send out perlenced, and a chullengo next year
the conference was ordered to Mos
cow, Idaho, the Invitation from that
tl1.W ltl.l.t.r lii.fi,.., u, ,,1 rwm.llnl
Much Interest Is manifested In the , '
1000 pickets. It Is understood these Is remote
will not only attempt lo keep strike
hreakors from work, but endeavor to
question as to who shall succeed Dr
Henry Brown as presiding elder of
the Spokane district. Sentiment al
ternates betwoon Rev. N. F. Hawk,
of Colfax, and Rev. W. T. Kuster, of
Phlr-mri. K.it fl nl.l Siutlnmlmp
,., , , , p . . p wliwu opened $1.07'4. closed $1.07;
It the union plan of extension of now 0 eiied $i0B t,,0Be(, lMiA?
the strike Is tarr ed out, Donno ly Corn 0,)Une(, 531 (,Iose(, 63- Outs
says the ranks of the strikers will bo od SV (,,ose,, 31?,
Increased by "750,
The wholesalo and retail meat
The nuesH,.,, ,.f n,n.,.p- Mn,,. ' dealers will meet at tho Shormnu , Local Mark-t Sympathetic.
Grant and other Eastern Oregon conn' Ho,lso tonight to devlso plans to got Tho local wheat market Is off one
tie tn Mm Tfini. n...rw,.., . i moat supply. The present supply, , cent today. Club Is quoted at C8
the.' Palace. Hotel and ' ' 0,1830(1 a,,(1 currloil. The membership 1 11 ' nW. wln "t hold out moro than cents and bluost.em at 73 cents. No
mo raiaco Hotel and a ' ,., innn,. i... ... i-IS hours. snles are reported.
ort will bo given, In the ' , . ,",V"'B '""k ' .
ferrv huiullnc. other ro. ! V"-' ,lluu """T nas not yot iioeu ,
. .,.,. .icciaeu. r rrrn iii i rn i a i n-r i rinin
MM ttB IVILLlU I PI bl. LUUib
Efl f..llnrlntii,vifiiif n np l I
bv M.tvvt (M.llutUIUD UL )UU-
Biave also been arranged
psduy iittornoon thoro will
lse3slon of tho grand on-
pud in the evening n ban-
I, grand oncampmont and
mresentntlves. Two sca
the oncampmont will bo
irsday. In tho afternoon
port will bo given In lion-
Isltors by tho Unlvorstty
uiee Club In tho Greek
tio university grounds ut
jof tho morning will bo
Ivo drill on tho baseball
loldon Goto park.
in tno coinpotltlvo drill
mod on Thursday night,
tho final session of tho
pracnt will ho hold. En-
I of moro than ordinary
nt day will bo the cole-
lo anniversary of Call-
Bion Into tho union and
in Oauland by tho Na
JJr ColQinan, ot' !llaniet:o Unlvo1-'
alty, dollvered tho principal addross '
on "Christian Education," and Dr. I
Rndor, tho now editor of tho Chris
tian Advocate, outlined his plans for '
tho noxt fow years. Tho objoct of 1
eturn them unimpaired as to condl
Hon, nnd also binds tho exhibitors to
allow them to remain until tho close
of the exposition, without abbrevia
tion, and to keep them lu perfect run
ning order when th.o exhibit lu ma
chinery or other Industrials, and to
keep agents and oxpertB on hand dur
ing tho entire exposition to properly
explain the qualities or tho .exhibits
and give bucIi other Information as
may bo necessary to enlighten tho
Nearly all the contracts for exhib
its from China, Japan, Indo-Chlna and
the Orient generally, as well as tho
Australian unil African contracts,
were signed up while Col, Dosch was
111 Mln KflH. Kfltllr. tlnif. Mif. n li.tu
now only to go through tho formula
of nlgnliig for oxhlbltH from Europe
and ninny of t tie American exhibit.
Montana Suicide Found Sitting Up
right In His Cabin.
Malta, Mout., Sopt. 3. Jackson
Trunk, n well known character, ox
scout and Honil dosperado, was found
dead today In h 3 cabin, sitting up
right. Ilesldo hlni lay a 22-callbro
rifle with which the shooting had
been done. Thoro Is every Indication
of dollberalo suicide. Trash had put
the muzz.li) of tho gun to. his right
eye nnd pulled tho trigger after settl
ing himself hack lu tho high-backed
chair lu such a manner that ho would
not fall over after death.
NEW MINT OPENS AT DENVER.
FEDERATION OF LABOR.
Weighty Problems Will Come Before
St. Louis, Sept. 3.--A St. Louis sub- and Mis. Mary Puddrnsiik, all of St. Executive Committee.
his address wns to ineroaso tho nirn... I urban car, between M.orlmac Heights Louis:. M. 11. Rrlslon. of Webster . u au'"8ioii. Sept. J. The exocu-
latlon and rovlvo intorest In tho same llni1 Davlsau Park, carrying about 80 Grove, Mo., condition serious. Also ! ,lv'', '"ramluo,e 01 1,10 American tod-
This afternoon will bo taken tin by passengers, wus hit by the Wabash Dan Glllosplo, a hotel clork, and ,W. ' ' , " 1" 1M"l nioet ,lero ael'-
minus riiir suuiuo tram at i:au,ut 11. jjoihus, uoin or iviruwoou; Airred -
Sarah streot crossing. Jennings, of Webster Grove and Dan-' , " ' u1(leritooil that the request of
Flftoon are known to be dead and iel Doyle, tho onuineer. uoiiueiiy, or tne Jiutcuers
tho reports of stnnding commltteos.
Gnluosvlllo, Vn., Sept. 3. Troops
aro arriving by thousands today for
tho mnnouvors and going Into camp
at Mannssns and i noroughfaro Gap.
Ten thousand aro already hero nnd
20,000 are oxpoctod by tomorrow.
Fairbanks Is Stumping.
Kansas City, Sopt. ,3. Fairbanks
loft hero early today for Chicago,
Tho spoaklng program today com
prises platform nddr.essos nt Lexing
ton Junction, Cnrrolton, Mnrcollno and
noarlv nil Mm others urn morn or Iruta J H. Itui-hanlta n1fl iha t
Union, that agents of strikers bo auth
injured. . car seemed to suddonly lose power I ,r,lteu' to solicit cotitnoutlons lrom
Tho car was struck by tho engine 1 and came to a dead standstill right on , UIJ,eu U11,0n WI" he granted
. (t 1 . . ... . 1 . . ... ' v I 'Plio nriintii iloA (fill n1r.n . ,.
ami iiierany rouueou to splinters. Tne , tne crossing while moving at the
onglno was partly wrecked. j usual rate of speed. Tho crash was
The motormtin Jumped und was fa-1 deafening. Peoplo were hurled Into
tally hurt. ! tho air.
All tho avallablo ambulances and j The street car was In chargo of Mo
doctors In tho city hospital wore format! Theodore Cook aid Conductor
rushed to tho scono. Patrick Shohan.
The first amhulanco to reach tho The known dead aro- John Wilson. Tennessee Coal Miners Strike.
city hospital brought tho following of Klrkwood; G.eorge W. Major, of Coal Crook, Teun.. Sept, 3. Nino
injured: II. B. Cult, Internally injur-' Moplowood, and unlijentlfled woman I hundred coal miners went on strike
od and will die; Mrs, L. I. Wilson, 'aged CO; another unidentified woman In the coal crook district today rais
Raymond Rplfor, C. E. Shuraackor and a decapitated oy aged 11 years ing the number out to nearly 1300.
The committee will also consider
tho textllo strike at Kail River, and
the miners' trouble In Colorado.
The committee will discuss and
plan pro labor legislation for 'the
coming session of congress.
But Will Not Begin Coinage of Money
Until July, 1905.
Donvor, Sopt. 3. The new United
Slates mint In this city was opouuil
today, with a president')! salute of 21
Kims and raising of tho American
flag over the building by George 10.
Roboits, director of the mint, of
Washington, D. 0.
The mint will not begin colnago
until July 1, 1005, as no appropriation
hag been made by cougreM to cover
tho coat of colnugo. Flunk M. Down
er hat been appointed miperlntoiidjDnt
of the mint.
Crown Prince Betrothed.
Uerlln, Sept. 3. -The Tagrtilutt an.
nounces the betrothal of the German
Crown Prince Frederick Wlllielm, to
DuahetfB Cerello of Mecklenberg
Suhwerln, a sinter of' the reigning
grand duke. The offlcinl aunouiigQ
raent, according to the paper, will bo
made In a few dnys.
Roosevclts Are Picnicking.
Oyster Hay, Sopt. 3 -The prosideut
and famllj are today enjoying an old
fashioned j-lcnir on the shore of the
Sound. Nc ylsitooj are expected today,