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Caused a Terrible Explosion Near San
Australia is suffering from a water
». I. ASBtBÏ, rnbllaber.
San Eafael, Cal., June 20.—The
The Elks, 10,000 strong, are in an
United States Smokeless Powder
Americans Attacked by Al Company
M c M innville . ............... O regon nual convention in St. Louis.
’s factory, situated on Point Accident to Astoria Excur
The National Démocratie committee
San Pedro, four miles from this town,
sion Train Near Linnton.
is gathering data on monopolies.
was the scene of a disastrous explosion
today. As a result, four employes
A military prisoner at Leavenworth,
Kan., was shot dead while trying to es- LED TO A SHARP ENGAGEMENT were killed and three seriously in ONE MAN KILLED; SIX INJURED
jured, while six biddings were de
molished by the shock and the result
A member of congress says Hawaii
The bodies of the dead, The Two Locomotive» Met Head On —
Fire American« Killed and Twenty- ant flames.
Cemprehentive Review of the Import will be given a territorial form of gov
Five Woun<ln<l-Rebel’» Loan Heavy who are now at the morgue, are so
I’naaengers Were f rightened Iuto •
ant Happening* of the Paet Week
mutilated as to be almost unrecogniz
General Alile»' Statement.
Panic—Order» Were Misread.
Culled From the Telegraph Celuuaaa.
At the recent consistory the pope
created 13 new cardinals and a number
The dead are:
Manila, June 21. — A battalion o« rn*> John Secumbe, Janies M. Hennessy
At Zapote the rebel loss ran into the of bishops.
Portland, Or., June 20.—The spa
The transport Sherman has reached Fourth infantry, which left Imus with • nd M. Hollenbeck. The injured are: cial train bearing .ne Red Men’s ex
cursion home from Clatsop beach col
Mines are again starting up at Manila, which adds nearly 2,000 to morning, to reconnoiter toward Pedus liam Webster.
lided with Northern Pacific freight
To the igniting of the powder con train No. 54, a mile below Linnton,
Das Marinas, where it was believed
Hon. Richard P. Bland died at his Philippines want to be mustered out most of the rebols who espeaped from tained in the graining-room thedisaster at 8:55 last evening. One man was
Paranaque and Bacoor had fled, was is due. A second explosion quickly fol killed and six people were .injured, two
home in Lebanon, Mo.
at San Francisco.
attacked in the rear by apparently lowed the first, and soon four of the of whom were women. All of the in
A cloudburst near San Antonio,
Articles have been signed for a tight friendly natives.
mixing-liouses were in flames and weie jured, save the enigneer and brakemen,
Tex., caused loss of life.
between Sharkey and Jeffries. It will
The explosions were on the baggage car attached to
This brought on a sharp engagement, entirely consumed.
The Northern Pacific has dropped one take place October 23.
lasting several hours, and resulting in were at first mistaken for the national the excursion train. As near as could
»f its transcontinental trains.
Nearly 3,000 Cuban soldiers have five Americans being killed and about salute at the military stations in honor be learned, the accident was the re
San Francisco wants her new federal been paid to date, and General Gomez 25 wounded. The loss of the rebels of Bunker Hill day. About a year sult of a misunderstanding of orders
building built of home material.
ago an explosion occurred at these on the part of the train crew of the
has commenced the preparation of new was very heavy.
The battalion soon exhausted its am works from a similar cause. The prop freight.
Earl llanchette, son of a former Los lists.
munition, and at 2:30 P. M. General erty damage today will not exceed
Angeles newspaper man, killed hit
Killed—D. P. Bell, confectioner, 414
Major-General Wood, military gov Wheaton and his staff, with two moun *15.000.
wife and then attempted suicide.
East Davis street.
ernor of Santiago de Cuba, is visiting tain guns and one field piece, went to
It is surmised that the primary cause
Injured—Homer Darling, broom
Kruger is conciliatory. He will con in Boston. He says Santiago is peace reinforce the troops attacked. General of the explosion was the criminal care
maker, 41 North East Ninth street,
tinue to make concessions, whether
Wheaton was fired on in the road and lessness of one of the workmen, who severely cut. left arm broken; Mrs. D.
Great Britain accepts arbitration or I The steamer Danube, plying between bad a narrow escape.
was smoking in the graining-room, and j P. Bell, bruises and severe shock;
Victoria and Lynn canal, Alaska, was
A third battalion was ordered to the it is conjectured that the offender was , James Mallon, locomotive engineer,
The Alaskan boundary difficulties wrecked on the north shore of Denman front and formed on the Las Pinas either Hollenbeck or John Secumbe, cut in leg; Miss Veitie Pitman, West
•re practically smoothed over until island. No lives were lost.
road. Heavy firing on both sides fol who paid dearly for bis folly. The Chehalis, spine injured; E. R. Barnes,
the meeting of the high commission
Congressman Lorenzo Danforth, lowed, the artillery being freely used. I quantity of smokeless powder which brakeman, slight; John Larsen, lum
serving his sixth term as congressman The enemy was located in the woods at j was involved in the explosion is esti berman, Bridal Veil, teeth knocked
Rather than concede the 8-hour day, from the 16th Ohio district, died at 4 o’clock, showing signs of retiring, as I mated at four tone, and the concussion out, lip cut.
Colorado smelters belonging to the his country home near St. Clairs- they were being pressed very hard.
The excursion train crowded with
One gun of the Sixth artillery, in an have escaped with little or no injury if passengers, was just pulling around
trust have closed down, throwing thou ville, O. His death was sudden, and
advantageous position, did great execu he had remained where he was at the the curve befoie coming into Linnton.
was caused by heart disease.
sands out of employment.
tion. The fighting was still in prog- time of the explosion. At the first i
The tornado which struck Herman, | A movement is on foot to erect a less at 5 o’clock, at which time the premonition of the disaster, however, when Engineer Mallon saw something
Neb., also wrecked several houses at *10,000 monument to the memory of Americans had sscured a quantity of lie started to run from the outbuilding black on tiie track, which he presently
Dane Hollow. Two persons were killed the late Richard P. Bland. William Filipino arms which had been aban in which he was. As he reached the made out as a locomotive. He says
J. Bryan has suberihed *200, and other doned in the woods. The scene of the door, be was struck by a piece of flying the headlight was not lighted. In
and ten severely injured.
he threw on the air and re
Sam L. Simpson, Oregon’s best amounts, in all about *1,000 have fighting is over 20 miles from Manila. 1 scantling from another building, the stantly
versed the engine, but in another sec
known poet, died as the result of a fall I been raised.
timbers mashing his head to a jelly. ond, and while both lie and Fireman
sustained recently while walking in
The war department has received a
Manila, June 21.—Later—General Webster, one of the wounded workmen, James Hume were at their poets, the
Portland. He was 54 years of age.
telegram signed by United States Sena Wheaton’s command has renewed the was stripped of all his clothing except engines came together. The box of the
Major-General Anderson, command tors George C. Perkins ami Stephen M. attack upon Das Marinas. Early this one shoe, and was horribly burned baggage-car behind the engine was torn
ing the department of the Lakes, has I White, offering for immediate service morning they moved on the town, about the back. He will, however, re from its platform and telescoped over
been mustered out of the volunteer in the Philippines a full regiment of hoping to reach there by noon, unless cover, as will Farrell, who was blown the tender, as if it were built there.
service and assumed the rar.k of briga infantry from Southern California. It very strong opposition was encountered. a distance of almost 100 feet.
The occupants of the car—D. P. Bell
is stated at the war department that
The latest list of the American
and Homer Darling—who were con
CANNIBALISM IN ALASKA.
no action can be taken in the matter casualties in yesterday’s lighting shows
ducting an ice cream business, and sev
In a street-coiner speech in Los An of the California regiment. The ques that five were killed and 23 wounded.
geles, Rev. Mr. Jeffries, father of the tion of calling for volunteers has not The list includes no officers. The Starving Aliners Driven to an Awful eral of theii freinds, were caught like
rats in a trap. Bell was killed out
new champion pugilist, said I e hoped been determined upon, and, besides, wounded were brought to Manila from
his boy would soon get licker], and he it is not decided whether state troops Bacoor.
Circle City, Alaska, via Port Town right.
Darling was caught in a mass of
would then see the error of his way would be accepted, should volunteers
send. June 20.—Three men who left
Allies Say» Cane Is Serious.
aud seek salvation.
Dahl river, December 5, for Jimtown, splintered timbers, and Miss Vertie
be trailed for.
Pitman was pinned to the floor of the
New York, June 21.—"The situaton
Ten persons dead, 25 injured, five of
San Francisco will welcome the re in the Philippines iB very serious,” were supposed to have been lost. car by a moving pile of wreckage.
whom will die, and half of the re turn of the Second Oregon.
said General Nelson A. Miles at the the steamer Rideout, which arrived to Mrs. Bell was thrown across the car
mainder suffering from very serious
Al an Omaha fire a powder magazine Waldorf Astoria last night. "1 know day, brought news of a terrible tale of and seveiely bruised. John Larsen,
wounds, sums up the list of casualties
nothing concerning the story that the suffering and horror. The men were wiio was on the platform, was hurled
resulting from the cyclone that exploded, injuring 11 firemen.
war department is suppressing the Michael Daly, Victor Eliar, and —. against the Handhold and received a
wrecked Herman, Neb.
news from Manila. But everybody
the latter two Frenchmen. severe gash in tiie mouth.
Henry O. Havetneyer appeared be across the Atlantic in a four-ton boat. knows that things are very serious Provost,
All through the train, passengers
from Providence, R. I.,
One man was killed and six were in there. The question of issuing a call
fore the industrial commission in
were thrown from their seats and
Washington in connection with the in jured in a railroad collision at Linn- for volunteers has not, I believe, been Mass., respectively. Their bodies were heightened into a panic, and for a
vestigation of trusts. He contended ton, Or.
deoided. I do not care to discuss the discovered 17 miles from the mouth of time tiie scene was one of tremendous
that the tariff is tl.e most gigantic
A Pennsylvania judge has decided Philippine matter. I am here on pri Old Man creek, they having lost the excitement.
trust of them all. ami robs the people against the Bale of liquor to soldieis in vate business.”
trail, and become bewildered. Hav none of the cars left the track, and soon
of *24,000,001) annually. With the canteens.
ing left Dahl river with only three a number of quick-witted people were
tariff off, he says, refined sugar would
LATE YUKON NEWS.
weeks’ grub, but which was amply hurrying forward to help the injured,
be 3 cents a pound.
vaal bluebook. It contains a warning Alany Disaster» to River Boats Are sufficient for the 150 miles to Jimtown, while the rest huddled along the em
A hear escaped from hie pit in the to Kruger.
the poor fellows were soon reduced to bankment on which the train stood,
park at Tacoma.
starvation. Daly’s body was found in and viewed the wreck with sensations
An automobile company has been or
Victoria, B. C., June 21.—The a tent, partly eaten, and on the stove, bordering on a nervous chill.
A torpedo factory blew up at Mari ganized in Chicago with a capital ol steamer Tees arrived from Alaska to
Engineer Jennings and Fireman
just as it was left when death overtook
etta, O., killing two.
day with 50 passengers from Dawson, the others, were found some scraps of Malitn, of the Northern Pacific tiain,
sir thousand garment makers are on
The prohibition on the importation and a small amount of gold dust, esti moose-hide and a moccasin, of which saw that it would be fata) to stay in
a strike in New York.
into Belgium of American meat cattle mated at *50,000. They bring news of they wero endeavoring to make a stew. their cab, and jumped just before the
the drowning of O. F. Bergsett, of Daly’s body was identified by his engine struck.
A cloudburst occurred near Viola, has been raised.
Little Salmon, and Torn clothes. The two Frenchmen were
A relief train with a number of phy
Wis., damaging crops.
Three well-known men, residents of Smith, near
of Ottawa, in the Klondike found dead five miles away from the sicians on board was hurriedly started
A salmon cannery at Vancouver, B Cottage City, Mass., were drowned by river.
tent. The tent flaps being shut down from tiie terminal station, and brought
the capsizing of their hunting boat.
L., burned: loss, *70,000.
The steamers Australian andCliffotd when found, would seem to preclude the injured to the city.
A Berlin correr p indent says that Sifton are stranded at Cariboo cross
The supreme lodge of Workmen are
Duke Alfred of Connaught, heir-appar ing. The Gleanei blew' a cylinder the possibility of Daly’s body having
In session at Indianapolis.
REBELS NOT BEATEN.
been eaten by animals, the other men
T. G. Shaughnessy is the new presi ent in Saxe-Coburg, will abdicate this head off, and was forced to tie up. At doubtless having been driven by hunger
Hootalinqua the Tyree) is held up with to the awful extremity of cannibalism. Their Tenacity a Surprise to the Ad
dent of the Canadian Pacific.
hole in her, and the Gold Star is fast
Four hundred dollars in money was
Whites and Howards, of Kentucky,
Washington, June 20.—Some war
in Fifty-Mile river. The Canadian found among the party.
planned an attack on troops at Lexing
department officials are reported to
service, died at his home at Cottage struck a rock running Five Fingers
have admitted that the dispatches oi
and burst a steam pipe, but no other
Cnuglit a Steer in a Net.
General Otis tiiat have been withheld
John D. Rockefeller and James J.
Rev. II. Phillips, Mrs. Phillips and
indicate tiiat much more fighting is to
Hill held a conference at Seattle Tues
Mies Sears and three native converts ereign reached Dawson June 2 from midnight train arrived last night, a be expected before the Filipino insur
were killed in the interior of Cnina by
miles down the river.
the animals saw the headlight on the gents will accept the American terms
Portions of a body are being found rioters.
Juno 2 fire partly destroyed the platform they stampeded, and three of peace. The persistence and ten
• II over Now York. Another murder
California bituminous coal is to be Klondike-Y ukon-Stewart Company’s jumped overboard. Early this morn acity of purpose of the rebels has
electrically treated and made into store at Dawson.
ing one of Booth’s cannerymen, who proved a great surprise to both the ad
J. R. Orr, a Californian, on his way brioquettes to compete with the East
was drifting near Sand island, nine ministration and the department.
to Klondike, was robbed of *1,000 in ern coal.
credible report of a wonderfully rich miles below where the steers jumped Many of the officials believe that the
Vancouver, B. C.
An explosion occurred in the Smoke strike on Dahl river, in the Koyokuk overboard, found his net in trouble. plait of the rebels was tomake a simul
New York Manhattan railway must less Powder Company’s factory near district. Chunks of virgin gold two He thought that a sea lion was in it, taneous attack upon Manila and on
pay *2,7 50,000 taxes by a recent de San Rafael, Cal., killing four workmen inches squaro are said to have been and let it drift on the beach of Sand General MacArthur’l force near San
cision of the court.
and injuring a number of others. A taken out, according to arrivals at island. He was then surprised to find Fernando, but no disastrous result of
The company which lost the City of lighted pipe left by a workman caused Dawson from Circle City and Forty- that in the darkness he had caught a such an attack is expected.
Mile. The report caused a stampede live steer. He untangled it from the
Paris, has ordered two uew boats to be the disaster.
from Dawson, it is said.
net. The steer is alive and in good con
built in this country.
The Portland Oregonian has started
June 19.—A special to the
With the present transport services a popular subscription to raise a fund
Tribune from Cleveland, O., says:
it would take four months to get 35,- to build a monument in Poitland.com- j
The stove manufacturers of Cleveland,
000 troops to Marti la.
Wallace, Idaho, June 20.—Judge who control about 80 per cent of all
memorating the fallen heioes of the Dawson 1» Crowded With Men With
Stewart held today that martial law the gas, coal oil and gasoline stoves
Transports bringing the Second Ore Second Oregon.
gon home will first touch at San Fran
Count llenckle von Donnelsmarck,
Port Townsend, June 21.—A num prevailed, under which the district manufactured in the United States,
cisco to land other troops.
one of the wealthiest German noble ber of Klondikers who arrived here court could no more release property have recently practically completed
The famous Wells Fargo war case tax men, has gone into the manufacture of tonight on the steamer Dirigo present than persons held under martial law, I plans for the combination of their in
baa been ordered back (or rehearing iu celluloid material for clothing. He the dark side of Klondike life. They and excusing the elisor from further terests, The new company will be
the California supreme court.
paid 400,000 marks for the German say that Dawson is crowded with idle attempts to secure the Mullan Mirror known as the Standard Gas Stove &
He declined to quash affidavits Manufacturing Company, and will
to do so.
men, who are willing to work for al type.
The Manila tivet forced the rebels to
iu the case of Stewart vs. Sinclair, ’ be- I have a capitalization oi *5,500,000,
• bamlon their gons, who, however,
A Berlin dispatch says: It is an most any wages. Thirty-five cents an cause it was not a matter of record,
which will include *3,500,000 preferred
clung on stubbornly for four hours.
nounced semi-officially that any in hour and board themselves is the pre and theiefoie not properly before the ■tock and *3,000.00 oom mon stock.
General Lima and his aid-de camp, crease in the tax on American bicycles
Lieutenant Pasco Ramon, were assassi is impossible, because the commercial liam Wyckoff says that there are him- i
Troop« Reach Manila.
The Pope 1» Doing Well.
nated by Aguinahlo's guard, at the lat treaties with Austria, Russia and Italy dreds of men who have nothing but
Manila, June 20.—The United States
June 20. — Prolessor Max- trans|xirt
exclude such a thing.
Sherman which sailed from |
Law ton's troops bad a Severe engage
Mar 24, with 1,800
Exports from the United States to
ment with the enemy in a strong en Canada oontiuue to increase, despite that the only way they will be able to to examine the soar from which the men and 17 officers, under command of
trenchment at the crossing of Zapote the legislation of two years ago, in- | get out of the country will be through bandages were removed only three Brigadier-General Frederick Grant,
weeks ago. The po)>e asked him how
river, near Bacor, Cavite province. tended to give special advantages to i government assistance.
has arrived here after a smooth voyage.
The Dirigo passed the steamship long he thought he would live, and the One private died after tiie transport’s
He drove the enemy back with a heavy imports into Canada from the United
loss. Out casualties are some 40, ac Kingdom over those fioui the United
"I believe your holiness will see the arrival. The troops brought by the
The Humboldt sucieeded in getting off
cording to Otis. Press dispatches give States.
transport will go to the island of Ne
the rocks last Saturday.
the loss as 60.
gros to relieve the California troops.
The Presbyterian general assembly
Drowned in Wiacnntln River.
Expre«» Car Robbed.
Foreign Grain Crop«.
in session in Minneapolis deoided to
Portage, Wis., June 21.—Julius
Mlmir Me««« Item«.
City, Mo., June 19.—A spe
Washington. June 20.—The agricul
General Bennudea Reina, former hold the meeting next year in St. Louis. Grotxke. aged 24; John Robinson, aged ' tural department today issued a circu cial to the Star from Mena, Ark., save:
"Blind” Boone, once fanions as a 18. and Minnie Sehieffelbein, 17, were lar giving the substance of reports re Al>ont 2:45 o’clock this morning the
minister of war and military governor
pianist, is living at Columbia. Mo. , drowned in the Wisconsin river eight ceived by it up to June 10 on the con- j southbound passenger train No. 25, .
of Madrid, is dead.
miles l>elow here by the boat capeil
The Great Central railroad of Eng He is credited with possessing a fortune | ing. Three others in the boat saved dition of foreign crops. It says that a was held up bythree masked men at a
British commercial estimate tentative curve a’lont a mile south of Shady, 1.
land has placed art order for 20 locomo
The promoters of the movement to themselves.
ly puts the world’s wheat crop of 1891» T. Thev ran the cars down the track
tives with the Bal Iwin works of Phila
»reel in San Francis«» a *100,000 mon
The seven boats which winter«^ at at 2,504,000,000 bushels, against a couple of miles, where they went
ument to commemorate the deeds of Dahl river, Alaska, are all safe. They ; 2.748.000.000 bushels in 1898, a reduc through the express and mail cars, se
Captain James 8 lover, who was pilot the American navy, es|>ecially the vic
tion of 244,000,000 bushels, or nearly | curing considerable booty, the exact
of the Monitor during her flght with | tory of Admiral Dewey, have set to are the St. Michaels, Reindeer. Mon 8.9 pel cent. Another estimate makes amount of which is not known, as the
the Merrimac in Hampton Rowls, died work with a will.
express company will not give out the
| a reduction of 352,000,000 bushels.
•I Easton, MJ
amount of its loss.
ÎHE NEWS OF THE WEEK
CANADA GIVES AN ULTIMATUM.
Tell. Enalwnd to Choo.e Between He»
anal the L'ulteal Slate..
New York, June 21.—A special to
the Journal and Advertiser from Wash
ington says: Canada has served notice
on England Uiat she must choose be
tween the United States and the North
American Dominion in the settlement
of the Alaskan boundary question. It
is stated ou the highest authority that
this statement represents accurately the
conditions submitted to England,
which has delayed the negotiations
between Ambassador Choate and Lord
Salisbury in tiie provisional line of the
The position of Canada is known here
officially. The official to whom it is
known feels authorized in saying tiiat
theie are only two ways out of the
difficulty; first, that Canada will vol
untarily recede from her demand for u
Pacific tidewater port, or, second, that
the United States shall surrender the
principle laid down by Secretary Hay,
in his tentative boundary line, that
Americans will not grant temporarily
or otherwise any port facilities to the
Canadians. Tiiat Canada will yield
is considered by the state department
officials, who have discussed the new
and acute phases of the situation, as
It is asserted on authority that Eng
land has been forced to yield to Canada
and that the United States and Eng
land are wider apart today in the con
troversy than since the adjournment of
the high joint commission. There is
also official warrant for the statement
that Lord Salisbury and Mr. Chamber-
lain, secretary of state for the colonies,
had, until the close of the week, ex
pressed to Mr. Choate in good faith
the conviction that an agreement would
be reached. State department officials
are therefore not disposed to criticise
England 4n tiie premises, but on the
contrary, admit that Canada’s practical
and dangerous ultimatum to the
mother country is ample justification
for England’s inability to proceed with
In the light of the present news, the
conflict, which the provisional bound
ary line was intended to prevent, may
be precipitated at any moment, and
with greater show of probability when
it becomes known that England has
decided to stand irrevocably behind
Janies Barrett Says They Are
Than Ever Before.
Washington, June 21.—James Bar
rett, vice-president of the Georgia
State Agricultural Society, was the
only witness before the industrial com
mission today. He spoke upon the ag
ricultural conditions in the South, say
ing they were worse today than thev
had ever been in the history of the
He said the cotton interests was es
pecially depressed, prices last year
amounting to a little over 4 cents a
pound. At this price, a man could
not eave himself, if he paid wages
amounting to more than *3 a month.
Planters generally pay about *6 a
month for wages, and at such prices
thev could not prevent loss if they re
ceived less than 6 cents per pound.
Mr. Barrett said that nine-tenths ol
the cotton grown was mortgaged before
it matured. Rates of interest and com
missions were high, and the merchants
were gradually coming into possession
of the land.
Ran on a Rock on the Shore of Deninat
Victoria, B. C., June 21 —The
steamer Danube, which left here today
for Lynn canal, Alaska, struck a rock
ou the north shore of Denman island,
tearing a large hole in her hull. Her
captain ran iier on the beach, where
Bhe now lies. Tiie steamer Maude
took off her passengers and a large pait
of her cargo. The Danube’s after hold
is full of water, and the freigiit is
Victoria has been wired for. No fur
ther particulars are at hand.
Among tiie passengers on the Danube
were Lieutenant-Governor Mclnnes
and ex-Mayor John Grant, of Victoria.
The steamer Tees will take the Dan
ube’s passengers on to Alaska.
Dying From Thirst.
Chicago, June 21. — A special to the
Record from Victoria, B. C., says: The
people of Cobar mining district in
Australia are, according to advices
brought by the Warrimoo, suffering
great distress through the failure of
the water holes and artesian wells,
seveial having died of thirst during
Mines are closed down and hundreds
of men, thrown out of employment,
find themselves unable to pay the ex
orbitant price demanded for domestic
use. The present charge is one shil
ling a gallon, at the nearest reliable
source of supply, and from seven shil
lings six pence to nine shillings six
pence is added for deliveiy.
Tuberculosis In Cattle.
Chicago, June 21.—Germs of tuber-
culosis were found tn every cow of a
herd of 92 that was received at the
stockyards today. The choicest of the
lot in several instances were found to
be the most pronounced victims of the
disease, fn the worst cases, the pul
monary organs were one mass of tuber
culosis bacilli. Many of the infected
cows were from state institutions.
Suicide of Dr. Summers.
St. Louis, June 21.—Dr. Thomas
Osmond Summers, late major-turgeon
in charge of the fever hospital at San-
tiago, and a noted yellow fever expert,
committed suicide here this evening by
.hooting himself through the head.
Despondency caused l y fancied lack of
appreciation of his services by the gov
ernment during the Spanish war is as
signed as the cause for his rash act.
The Missouri Pacific train robbers
<mt 10 years.