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EVENTS OF TOE M E
AD JO U RN IN D EAD LO CK.
CIOADETTE GETS 58
8.— Intense cold,
New York, Feb.
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driven to the bone o f man and beast by > M6XiC3i1 M in e EXplOSlOn Cd'JSCd
a cutting wind, gripped the Last to- f
night. In New York City the mercury
stood at one degree above zero at mid
night, equaling the low record for the
A 40-mile gale swept New York and
vicinity throughout the day and night,
driving pedestrians indoors and caus
ing great suffering to those who were
No provision was made for another
meeting. The adjournment , it is de Captain and C rew o f 46 Men Saved exposed. Streets were practically de Forty Injured are in Hospitals— Many
le t s Important but Not L est Inter* clared, does not mean necessarily a
Escaped Because Foul A ir Could
by Steamer Which Picked Up
An unidentified man was found fro
eating Happenings from Points
suspension o f work at the expiration
Not Reach Them .
zen to death in Boston; a fisherman
Call fo r Help.
o f the present contract, April 1.
Outside the State.
This would affect all bituminous dis
off Atlantic City a tramp steamer was
tricts controlled by the United Mine-
forced to anchor because o f the gale.
Laredo, Texas, Feb. 3.— One o f the
New York, Feb. 5.—Once more the Up state in New York, a driving snow
F Society women o f Denver have
greatest disasters in the history of
dianapolis convention that no district
started a boyott on milliners.
wireless has averted disaster, for the made conditions worse. A t Utica the Mexico mining took place today in the
should sign a wage scale until the
An explosion in a coal mine at In scales for all districts were negotiated. “ S. O. S .” signal ot distress, quickly mercury was 14 below. The extreme Palau coal mine, at Las Esperanzas,
diana, Pennsylvania, killed eleven men. Both sides have declared, however, flashing through the ether, this morn cold drove hundreds o f homeless men Mexico.
The toll o f human life which paid
The treasurer o f a Massachusetts that they will not recede on the Illinois ing summoned help to a sinking steam and women to the municipal lodging
houses and docks for shelter.
the penalty o f negligence on the part
bank has confessed to embezzling over proposition.
er and tonight Captain Moon and his
A t Buffalo three degrees below zero o f some miner, according to the latest
Some plan may be worked out to get
the miners and operators together crew o f 46 men are safe on board the was registered at 8 o’clock last night, reports, is placed at 68. A fte r an offi
Alleged frauds have been discovered
again before April 1. It may be a call Mallory liner Alamo, while their ves the lowest temperature in several cial report showing 53 dead, tw elve ad
in the registration for the coming elec for another convention or the selection
sel, the steamer Kentucky is at the years. There was a slight fall o f snow. ditional bodies were recovered, bring
tion in Seattle.
Herman Snyder, a fisherman, was ing the total to 65, and three others
o f a representative scale committee.
bottom o f the sea off Cape Hatteras.
found dead in his sled with his dogs have died in the hospital, making the
It is alleged that food manufaturers
A meeting of the executive boards
It is another case of disaster averted two miles out on Lake Erie.
all continue to use benzoate o f soda of the miners was called for tomorrow.
grand total o f victim s thus fa r 68.
by wireless and told to the world by
A t Boston the mercury tumbled at
in their products.
The night session lasted only a short
The explosion occurred in No. 3 shaft
the same medium.
the rate of two degrees an hour until, o f the coal mine o f the Esperanzas
British Liberals have declared a re time.
The Kentucky, a wooden vessel of at midnight, the thermometers regis
As no one had anything to say, the
lentless war on the Lords and will pur
996 gross tonnage and 203 feet long, tered zero. The wind blew 26 miles Mining company and is attributed to
sue it to the end.
was bound from New York to the Pa an hour . One man was found frozen. the ignition o f gas from the flame of
expressed by President Lewis.
the cigarette of a miner.
The mayor o f New York is trying to suggestion for dividing the responsibil cific coast for use between Seattle and
Philadelphia reported the thermome contrary to the rules.
make each city employe Bhow what he ity for adjournment was followed. A
ter seven degrees below zero tonight,
The miners, mostly Mexicans and
does to earn his salary.
the coldest o f the winter.
In West Japanese, had assumed their places
delegate from the miners moved to ad Steamship compny.
A woman has been appointed police journ and one from the operators sec tress was received at the United W ire ern Pennsylvania the temperature was just after 7 o’ clock.
A t 8:30 o ’clock
two to 10 below zero.
judge in Denver, and will hear the onded it.
those at work above the ground heard
A call by states resulted in the only
cases o f women and children.
a loud explosion and almost instantly a
unanimous vote recorded in the meet teras at 11:30 o’clock this morning. BLAST BLOW S SEVEN T O A T O M S vast cloud o f dust and smoke issued
There the operator heard the “ S. O.
William Gobi, agent o f the Sailors ing.
from the mouth o f the mine. When
S .” ar.d quickly followed by this mes
union o f Seattle, is charged with many
Prominent Arizona Mining ‘ Men Die the onlookers realized the meaning of
murders, and also incendiarism.
the disaster, assistance was immedi
on Private M otor Car.
REICHSTAG HAS T R E A T Y .
‘ We are sinking. Our latitude is
A hill has been introduced in parlia
23:10; longitude 76:30.”
Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 8.— Heedless of
ment that persons unable to find em
A s soon as the air in the shaft could
ployment must be supported out of'the
be purified sufficiently to permit res
cuers to descend many volunteers were
the Kentucky’s call for help, informing
Berlin, Feb. 7. — Chancellor von Captain Moore that the Alamo was line of the private motor road from ready to risk their lives in an elevator
Eggs are arriving in Chicago at the
rate o f 1,800,000, per day from Okla Bethmann-Hollweg today sent to the making all speed to the sinking ves motorman of a gasoline car containing to succor their stricken brothers below.
homa, Kansas, Texas, Missouri, Ten reichstag the following communica sel’s assistance.
Cages were sent down, loaded to
six passengers, ran close to the exca
tion regarding the German-American
nessee and Nebraska.
Thereafter no message was received vation just as a sputtering fuse burned capacity with miners bent upon rescue.
tariff asgreement: ' (
On the first and second levels every-
from the Kentucky, indicating that
The Alaska steamer Farallon has
“ The American government has de water had interferred with the power, to a heavy charge o f dynamite this af theng was found intact and the men
ternoon, and the car and its seven oc
been found wrecked on a reef off the clared that the livestock question is
working in these places were safe. The
Alaska coast. Five of her crew who withdrawn wholly from the negotia puttiny her wireless apparatus out of cupants were blown to atoms.
went for help have not been heard tions, on the condition that the unlim commission.
The foreman had discovered a missed rescue party went down to the third
The navy department at Washington shot in the excavation at noon and be level and as soon as the air could be
from. The balance o f the crew and ited enjoyment o f Germany’s conven
passengers were rescued after camping tional tariff be conceded to the ¡United in the meantime flashed wireless mes fore the motor car came in sight he had sufficiently cleared they entered the
drifts and began a search fo r the dead
sages along the Atlantic coast, dis relighted the fuse.
nearly a month on t?iore
and injured. Scattered about in vari
patching the b .tic- ip Louisiana,
“ It further agrees that the anvan-
T a ft w ill speak in Cv ‘ ago March 17.
which was on
.. .'ur speed trial
the motorman and warned him o f the ous positions in the workings they
tages o f the American minimum tariff cruise, and two
ru* cutters, the impending explosion. Motorman Ly- found the bodies o f the men suffocated.
gton at Se shall be extended unrestrictedly to
Yamacraw and Seminole, to the scene, ail, evidently believing he could take
The rescures worked in relays. A f
attle, will t>"
diet for one Germsqy after March 31.
but at 5 o’clock word came from the his car past the charge to safety, be ter six hours’ work 53 bodies had been
’“ That the customs administrative Alamo that she had arrived first and
fore the explosion, paid no heed to the removed to hospitals. The injured owe
Hamilton made a new speed record features o f the existing tariff arrange had taken off all hands in safety.
warning and started again at full their escape to the fact that they were
for aeroplanes o f one mile in one min ment shall remain in force.
This is the message as received in speed.
working where they were protected
ute and .27 seconds.
New York by the United Wireless
Just as the car was passing the from the rush o f foul air.
mum tariff to Germany secures to her company from its Cape Hatteras sta
resentatives sent a detailed report o f
The Ballinger-Pinchot inquiry got
treatment in accordance with the most tion;
into a bad tangle and w ill be gone
car with its load of human freight was the explosion and a deduction as to the
favored nation clause.
“ Latitude 32:46; longitude 76:28—
probable cause to the governors of
over again from the start.
“ That the American customs admin Steamship Alamo has just taken Cap blown high in the air amid a great
Coahuila and Saltillo. They instructed
Damages o f $70,000 have been istrative regulation shall be applied to tain Moore and crew of 46 men from cloud o f debris. The lives o f all those
the local authorities to take such ac
awarded a hat manufacturer in Con German goods in a friendly and con the sinking Kentucky. Water had al inside the car were snuffed out in an
instant. The dead men were ail prom tion as they deemed necessary and to
necticut, who sued the hatters union ciliatory spirit.
ready reached the fire room and the
investigate thoroughly the cauBe o f the
fo r boycotting,
“ That the present agreement re steamer will sink before midnigt. The inent in Arizona mining affairs.
specting the labeling of wines Bhall Alamo ia now proceeding
A Los Angeles man willed his body
The Palau mine is one o f the beat
INSURGENTS’ WAY CLEAR
to any physician who wished it, for remain in force; and
equipped coal mines in the Republic.
“ That the customs administrative
It has an adequate ventilating system
Several »yentitic p a r p :* », but no one claimed provisions respecting the marking o f
Revolutionists Free to Enter Mana
(t ami it was creamated.
and is provided w ith electric lights.
C O A S T A S K S PR O TE C TIO N .
goods shall be applied in a friendly
gua, Says Message.
Mining officials are at a loss to account
For the second time in two years the and conciliatory spirit.”
Washington, Feb. 8.— The way to for the presence o f mine damp in the
Seaports N -ed 60 Submarines for
medical supply department o f the U.
Managua is now open to the revolution workings.
8. army at New York was burned out.
Defence in Tim e ot War.
ists in Nicaragua, according to a cable
Flood Cleanses Paris.
with a loss o f $1,000,000,
Washington, Feb. 6.— Ten submar
H alf o f F orce is Spared.
Paris, Feb. 7.— The fall o f the river ines a year for the next five years is received here today by Señor Castriilo,
A sinking steamer off the Atlantic
Drakesboro, K y., Feb. 3.— Thirty-
Seine was more rapid today. The ap the program of naval construction for representative of the Estrada govern
coast sent wireless calls for aid and
three miners are known to have been
pearance of the city is approaching the the Pacific Coast defenses that has ment.
her captain and crew o f 40 men were
Señor Castriilo has also been inform killed, two are missing and 15 are in
1 normal, but the aubways system is still been prepared by the members of con
rescued just as the ship went down.
| inoperative. Water remains in the gress from the states o f the Pacific ed that C. Granadlos, a leading merch jured as a result o f the explosion in
ant of Granada, has issued a ptoclama- the Browder coal mine near here yes
A San Francisco cornice worker fell tubes, which, after they have been
tion calling upon ail citizens to rally terday. There were 100 men in the
from a three atory building, broke a emptied, must be cleaned and disinfect-
This will be insistd upon strongly at to the support of General Estrada.
two wings o f the mine at the time o f
2x4 scantling on his way down, and ed. The progress toward the restora
an early date before the house commit
Dr. Salamon Selva, prosecuting at the explosion, but the 50 in the west
landed on hia feet without serious in tion o f the lighting, telephone and tel
torney for the government in the trials wing escaped uninjured. Thoee in the
egraph lines is slow. The work of dis
Delegations from Oregon, Washing o f the two Americans, Groce and Can
east w ing fe lt the full force o f the ex
The Supreme court o f the United
ton snd California have organized to non, according to the same inf' rma-
plosion. One or tw o o f the injured
an epidemic o f typhoid has been so press this
Representatives tion, also hag issued a proclamation in
States reached its 120th birthday
are in a critical condition.
O f the
thorough that some o f the newspapers Hayes, of California; Ellis, of Ore
which he not only defends himself for
•A mine explosion in theCoahuilacol predict that Paris will not only es
ad about half were white men, all
gon, and Humphrey, o f Washington, his action in the case, but glories in
liery in Mexico caused the death o f 68 cape contagion hut will emerge from
Americans, and the remainder negroes.
were appointed by the Pacific Coast t ie outcome o f the trial.
the flood cleaner than before.
delegation to lay their plans before
The superintendent o f sewers re the naval committee.
Prim ero Victims Number 75
Commander Peary ia tryin g to or
Desert Land Issue Made.
Prim ere, Colo., Feb. 3.— Monday’ s
ganize an expedition to seek the South ports that from the examinations strengthened his position in his argu
which he has been able to make, few ment by quoting from the report of the
Washington, Feb. 8.— Attorneys on mine explosion in the main mine o f
o f the sewer mains burst, the ruptures
toth sides of the controversy for the the Colorado Fuel A Iron company
Clerks in the treasurer's office in occurring in the branch pipes leading naval board of strategy and other gov final determination by the Supreme
claimed a total of 75 victims and le ft
Cook county. III., (Chicago) struck for into buildings.
“ The Pacific Coast is in a defense court of the United States fo r the long 35 widows and 65 fatherless children.
increased pay for overtime.
Despite the attempts of some o f the
less cone tion,” declared Representa mooted question whether rights to de These facts were determined late this
Demands will be made for increase opposition papers to make it appear
tive Haves. “ In San Francisco Bay sert land entries may be transferred afternoon, when the official canvass o f
in wages o f mechanics and shopmen on that dissensions prevail among the
the cum nt is so strong that it is next before reclamation has been made. A the camp was completed and the names
27 railroads throughout the Southwest. various relief organ-zations, investiga
to impos ble to protect the entrance case involving that point has been set of the missing men checked with the
for argument before the court on Feb company’s pay roll. F ifty bodies have
A shipment o f 46 boxes of prehis tion indicates that all are co-operating to the hsrbor with mines.”
Foreign contributions to
A t the same time the been recovered.
toric hones has arrived in Berlin from with zeal.
N o opionion was ex
court is to hear arguments astowheth pressed as to the cause.
the German East African exploring ex the relief fund today reached a total of
J a *
Timber Deal is SI.OOO.OOO.
er it is s crime against th« United
Aberdeen. Wash., Feb. 5.— Involv
States to graze sheep in a f irest res
Board Discusses Claim.
Harriman's holdings in the Wells-
$1,000,000 and ervation without permission.
Hague, Feb. 3.— Before The
Fargo Express company have been
affecting 1,000,000,000 feet of spruce
“ Spartan" Doctor Dead.
Hague court o f arbitration today rep
eold to the American Express company
Long Beach. Cal., Feb. 7.— The timber in British Columbia, a deal has
Harem T o See Airships.
resentatives of the United States and
S atu rd
strain of supporting a 200 pound pa just been closed here whereby a syndi
Cairo, Egypt, Feb. 8.— Egypt « avi Venrznela exchanged memoranda on
tient, who had rolled off the operating
ation week opened et Heliopolis today the dispute regarding the claim o f the
raise additional money for the comple table, burat a blood veesel in Dr. Wil Thomas Morgan and James Shields, of
te rostí t
under favorable wind conditions.
The Orinoco Steamship company against
tion of government irrigation projects Bam Lawrence Woodruff’s lungs yea Aberdeen, and several Seattle men,
khedive was present and apparently the government o f Venezuela. The
now under way grows brighter.
terday and the surgeon died shortly af disposed of their holdings to Swift &
A steamship company, a N ew Jersey cor
Co., Chicago packers. It is said the took great interest in the flights.
The United Mineworkers o f America terwards. JDr. Woodruff’s views on
feature of the meetingwill be the pree- poration, filed a claim for the alleged
in convention adopted a new clause in the simple life and Spartan methods of
There is er.ee o ' the ladiee o f the harem, for arbitrary repudiation o f certain conces
their constitution providing for the dis raising children had made his name pulp mill on the property.
reserved sions by the Castro government.
to fur whom a stand has been
missal o f any delegate who should ap
Among the principel events w ill be _
pear intoxicated on duty.
speed contest to the pyramid* and re
Wells Fargo Stock Sold.
S ir George
senator, fant children, who thrived on coarse
turn. In today's competitions the aer
New York, Feb. 3.— It was said in
president o f the Bank o f Montreal,
oplane of Gobron, the French aviator
authoritative cirelee today y»at th®
Sawtelle. Col., Feb. 6.— The birth caught Are, but Gobron waa saved.
preaident o f the Canada Sugar Refinery of «fcly a Single garment
American Express company had pur
of a girl was reported today from the
company and one o f the foremost cap
chased the Southern Pacific Railroad
To guard against disease germs In home of Mr. and (Mrs. Vemum Wee-
tains o f industry in Canada, is dead,
O f all the animal« which are born
the dust, masks have been adopted by -otL The father ie a veteran of the and spend their '«vee in subterranean company’s holdings o f stock in the
aged 81 years.
WeUe-Fargo Co., which is taken to in
Looters in Pavia are being shot on
caverns, there are no birds, end but dicate that a merger o f the two ex
mother ie 28.
ment for its sweepers.
ooe mammal, the rat.
press companies ia under way.
Newsy Items Gathered from All
Parts of the World.
PREPARED FOR THE BUST READER
Toledo, O., Feb. 7.— Unable to e f
fect an organization because o f the
deadlock on the admission o f miners’
delegates from Illinois, the joint wage
conference o f the bituminous coal oper-
ators’ and miners o f Ohio, Indiana and
Pennsylvania adjourned tonight sine
SAVED BY WIREEESS
MERCURY A T ZERO.
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Call of Sinking Steamer Heard
and Quickly Answered.
by Violation ot Rules
STEAMSHIP KENTUCKY IS LOST
MINER RAD TO HAVE A SMOKE