The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, March 16, 1900, Image 2

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    LATER NEWS.
-THEATER
FRANÇAIS
BURNS
AT
STEYN’S
CAPITAL
General French’. Cavalry Arrive. aS
Destruction of a Fainoui Paris Play­
John Z. Little, the actor, died in mL uuliiu ill uiiili
Bloemfontein.
house.
I
Brooklyn,
aged
62
years.
s
________
». I. AIBVKT, Fnbllab.r.
London, March 14.—The war office
Paris, March 12.—The famous The-
The United States will establish a
has received a dispatch from Lord Rot -
Français has been destroyed by fire.
Upon Them ster
M c M innville
OREGON naval station in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. British Came
The fire broke out about noon, but A Fatal Landslide at San erts announcing that, after a tight with
the Boers, General French occupied
was not discovered immediately, and
San Francisco has bad a case of genu-
Unexpectedly
don, B. f.
I
two hills close to the station command­
1 ine bubonic plague. Chinatown is to
‘
the theater was burning Jurionsly be­
—
be cleaned up.
fore the fire brigade got to work. Even
ing Blemfonteiu.
The Chinamen of Philadelphia have WERE LOSSES ON BOTH SIDES then the appliances were quite inade­ ONE KILLED. FOUR INJURED
The Main Army Following.
quate to cope with the conflagration,
decided to band together for the pur­
London, March 14.—The war office
and by 1:30 P. M. the entire building
pose of seif-protection.
has received the following additional
The dense col­ All Truffle on the Canadian Pacific dispatch from Lord Roberts at \ enter s
>p« Withdrew in the was a roaring furnace.
Oomprehenalve Review of the Import­
Fifteen |>ersous, the majority of
umn
of
smoke
arising
from
the
fire
at
­
f the IiitperiM) Forces
Brought to a Stop— Disastrous Flood« Vleit:
ant Happeuiuga of the Past Week whom were children, |«rished in a
Boern* Stubborn Fight. tracted crowds from all parts of Paris,
on Vancouver Inland.
“Our march was again unopposed.
Culled From the Telegraph Columns. tenement-house tire at Newaik. N. J.
the Theater Français being regarded as
We
are now about 18 miles from Bloem­
In Chicago, while playing with a re­
a national institution.
The theater,
fontein.
The cavalry division is
YJriefontein,
March
12.—Broad­ which is the home of the Comedie Fran­
Nelson.
B.
C.,
March
14.
—
A
special
volver,
a
7-year-old
boy
shot
his
mother
General Joubert is now in supreme
wood’s cavalry brigade, advancing on çais, was only reopened a fortnight ago, to the Tribune from Sandon, B. C., astride the railway six miles south of
in
the
abdomen.
The
wound
will
•ommand of the Boers.
There are 321 men
Bloemfontein, unexpectedly found the after having been renovated for the ex­ announces that a fatal landslide oc­ Bloemfontein.
prove fatal.
The total cost of the war in the Phil­
Boers in a strong position in the Drie- position throngs expected to visit Paris curred in that town last night.
Six wounded. About 60 or 70 men were
Erving
Winslow,
secretary
of
the
ippines so far is $50,000,000.
fontein kopjes yesterday.
General during the year.
resiliences were carried aavay, one per­ killed or are missing.”
Anti-Imperialist League, says that the
British casualties in the final relief anti-expansion vote will be between Kelly-Kenny’s division arriving, severe
A rehearsal of a comedy which was I son was killed and four injured. Wil­ FOUR BATTLES IN MEXICO.
fighting ensued.
The Boers resisted billed for the matinee had just con­ liam S. McLeod, of South Granville,
of Ladysmith were almost 2,000.
2,000,000 and 3,000,000.
stubbornly, but were driven from their cluded when the fire broke out.
In­ Prince Edward's island, was killed, Yaqui. Lose lleai lly Against Govern­
The island of Tutuila, of the Samoan
Walla Walla, Wash., veterans of the center position, leaving a number of deed, two actresses, Madame Dudlay and his body was found under the
ment Troops.
group, is to be used as a naval station. Spanish-American war contemplate or­ dead and 40 prisoners.
The British and Mademoiselle Henryot, were still ruins by a rescue party the same even­
Austin, Tex., March 14.—A special
Fire in the retail dry goods district ganizing a camp to be named after force is moving forward today.
on the stage when an electric wire ing. The injured are: Mrs. W. Nash, from Potam, Mex., says that during
of Philadephia, caused a loss of $700,- General Henry W. Lawton.
During the fighting, in which five fused, and, a spark catching the scen­ Mrs. W. Fogg, Miss Fogg and William the four days ending on Friday, the
000.
Addison C. Rand, president of the regiments took part, with artillery, the ery, the whole stage was soon in flames. Lovett.
Yaqui Indians and the Mexican troops
Boers say that the retreat from Lady­ Rand Drill Company, and treasurer of Boers, though forced from their center Madame Dudlay had to be rescued in
No Train« at Vancouver.
had four engagements near Cocorito,
smith was due to a commander’s mis­ the Laflin & Rand Powder Company, position, clung tenaciously to the other costume and let down from a window.
Vancouver, B. C., March 14.—No Mex. The Mexican troops are endeav­
kopjes, shelling the British freely with Al. Sardou, the playwright, arrived on overland train-has arrived here since oring to force their wav through thia
take.
died in New York, aged 59 years.
three guns and two Vickers Maxims. the scene about 1 o’clock, and burst Saturday, all traffic being suspended by section of the country, so as to keep a
Senator Hoar now wants to give
The schooner Lila and Mattie was The British cavalry began to turn the
Queen Liliuokalani 350,000 from the wrecked on Tillamook bar, being blown Boer position, but night fell before the I into tears when he saw the building mud and snow slides in the interior. roadway between Turin and that point
treasury.
ashore while trying to get out of the movement was completed. The Boers was doomed. A part of the dome col­ Heavy snow slides are reported fiom the open for travel. There are a great
lapsed at 2:30 P. M.
Selkirk mountains, carrying down many Indians known to be in this sec­
The Puerto Rican tariff bill was de­ bay. The vessel will be a total wreck. retiied during the night.
The Theater Français, or Comedie trees and immense rocks and sweeping tion, and it is evident that a verv
nounced from the pulpit by a Washing­
Puerto Ricans must be fed for many
A large number of Australians were Français, was situated on the Place du away the ent bank truss bridge 150 feet strong force will have to be in the field
ton minister.
months yet. In the center of the engaged yesterday. The First Austral­ Theater-Français, near the Palais
long between Bear creek and Six-Mile at once to suppress the uprising. The-
Steps are being taken to organize a island there is nothing to eat and fruit ian horse brigade, with the Scots Greys, Royal, and occupied the highest rank creek.
Delayed passengers will go engagements of the four days men­
cannot
be
had
for
from
two
to
four
advanced
within
800
yards
of
the
Boers
bank with $25,000 capital at Ione,
among the theaters of France.
through tomorrow, transferring at the tioned are said to be very disastrous for
I
months.
under
heavy
tire.
The
New
South
Morrow county, Or.
The magnficient ceiling, bearing the break in the line.
the Indians, as in the neighborhood of
The Portuguese authorities at Lou- Wales mounted infantry joined in the allegorical painting by Mazerolle, the
200 are known to have been killed, and
Strikes and labor troubles of various
Floods on Vancouver Island.
pursuit of the Boers northward.
ceiling painting by De Beuff, the
kinds have thrown 50,000 men out of renco Marques, at the request of Great
Nanaimo, B. C., March 14.—Condi­ possibly more. The Mexican soldiers-
Britain, have arrested four Germans Boers* Stubborn Rear Guard Action. younger, of "Truth Enlightening the tions here are serious, owing to the suffered very little loss cf life, though
employment in Chicago.
bound for Pretoria, with arms and let­
All of yesterday was occupied in World,” which adorned the foyer, and wind and rain storms of the past two some 20 soldiers were wounded. Ail
Civil war is imminent in China. ters of introduction from Dr. Leyds.
fighting.
The lloers maintained a a number of other mural tableaux and days. The rainfall for three days ag­ the engagements were in the nature of
One province is already in revolt over
Permission
to
do
general
business
in
stubborn
rear
guard action along a run­ works of art, together with a portion of gregated five ini-hes and the Nanaimo , skirmishes lasting only a few hours,
the dethronement of the emperor.
1 Japan has been refused 60 foreign in­ ning front of 12 miles on very difficult I the invaluable library of manuscript, river has not been so high for 40 years when the Indians would retire.
The senate has confirmed the appoint­ surance companies, most of them
The British were advancing I perished in the flames. Practically all past and Englishman’s river has never I The fact that the Maya Indians haver
ment of H. B. Miller, of Josephine American. Japanese officials state that 'ground.
in the three columns. General Tucker, j the sculpture, however, was saved and been so high as at present. Chase river also taken to the war path and are
rouuty, Oregon, to be consul at Chung : this results from the fact that their ap-
to the southward, occupied Petersburg, j remove«I to the ministry of finance, is also much swollen, several bridges harassing the troops a great deal, gives-
Kiang, China.
1 plications have failed to comply with unopposed.
General Kelly-Kenny, i which faces the site of the theater on I on its road to Union and in the Comox rise to grave surmises as to how long it
The priceless valley being swept away. Telegraph will take to bring the uprising to a ter­
Lady White, wife of General Sir the Japanese insurance laws.
' after following the river bank, moved the Rue de Rivoli.
statute of Voltaire, by Houdeu, one of lines are down north of Parksville. mination.
George White, has been invested by
It is probable that the waning Chi­ ■ in the direction of Abraham’s Kiaal.
A special from Ortiz, state of Sonora,
Queen Victoria with the Order of the nese tongs in San Francisco will be
At Driefuntein, about eight miles the chief beauties of the foyer, escaped Water on some of the roads is axle
Crown of India.
south
of Abraham’s Kraal, the Boers by being enveloped in a pile of mat­ deep, stopping traffic over an extensive is to the effect that on Friday reports
brought together for the purpose of
tresses.
reached there of a bloody skirmish be­
district.
Congressman Alfred C. Harmer, of effecting a peaceful settlement of the were found posted in considerable
tween a band of some 300 Yaquis ami
Pennsylvania, father of the house of difficulties which caused the death of strength on the ridges connecting sev­ WILL FIGHT TO THE END.
DEATH IN A FIRE TRAP.
about an equal number of soldiers,
representatives, is dead at Philadel­ three prominent Chinese wthin the last eral kopjes, where they had mounted
Fourteen
Persons Perished in a New­ about 50 miles west of that place, in
Secretary
Reitz
Hay«
tlie
Burghers
Are
guns.
The
action
began
at
8
in
the
phia, aged 75 years.
two weeks. The Wall Tiug and Sin
ark Tenement.
w hich the fighting was continued most
Not- Discouraged.
The United States government has Suey Ying tongs have been arrayed morning, with an artillery duel. Gen­
Newark, N. J., March 14.—Fourteen of the day. The loss among the sol­
eral
Porter
’
s
brigade
supported
the
Pretoria,
March
12.
—
Secretary
of
against
the
Suey
Sing
tongs,
and
while
ordered that the California “Mammoth
persons lost their lives, two persons diers was light, owing to their splendid
Tree Grove,” in Calaveras county, be the former organizations started the British guns. The Boer artillery was State Reitz has issued war bulletins, were seriously injured and many others fortifications, with the Indians in the
shooting, the latter retaliated in a ter­ accurately handled, and the British in which, after saying the government
bonded for park purposes.
rible way a week ago, when tw-o prom­ cavalry found a task harder than they has no official tidings of the surrender slightly burned in a fire in Newark this open. It was a clever laid trap into
The Pure Food and Drug congress. inent members of the first named tong had expected.
General Broadwood of General Cronje, he must accept it as morning. The firemen, after the flames which the Indians were led, and, while
had been subdued, took 13 bodies from they left none of their dead on the
In convention at Washington, adopted were shot down in their places of busi­ moved six miles southward trying to a fact, however painful, lie adds:
resolutions seeking congressional action ness.
find a means to get around, but the
“The government remains assured i the ruins, and while they were thus field, it is thought their loss is heavy,
to provide penalties for adulteration.
Boers followed, behind rising ground, that the surrender will not discourage engaged another victim of the fire died as quite a number were seen to fall.
The senate passed the diplomatic and and even attempted to outflank him.
Reliable information states that fully
the burghers in the defense of their in­ in the city hospital. One family was
Isaac Gordon, of Birmingham, Eng­ consular bill.
are now- in the neighbor-
wiped out completely, and of another 2,500 Yaquis
.
_
Meanwhile,
the
Sixth
division
of
in
­
dependence
and
standing
as
a
nation.
land, the notorious money lender, la
Queen Liliuokalani will receive no fantry, advancing on the Boer left, The struggle thus far has shown that only the father lives’, and he is in the i hood of Gnaymas, and fully as many
dead. He was known all over the pension from the government.
I slowly forced the enemy to retire. Had the republics have vindicated them­ city hospital, where it is believed he inore are prowling between Medaño
kingdom, under various aliases, and is .
and Potam.
1 the infantry been able to move faster, selves a.s an independent people. This will die.
General
Joe
Wheeler
’
s
resignation
•aid to have been worth £1,000,000.
I
The building in which the fire broke HOW THE CUVIER WAS SUNK.
In the
will be accepted on his arrival in the Boers would have been enveloped. reverse will not stagger us.
Dr. Nansen, the explorer, questioned Washington.
It was
I The last shot w’as tired at 7:30 P. M. struggle for our cherished rights, our out was a veritable fire trap.
in regard to the possible fate of Andre,
This morning not a Boer was seen. The I belief remains that, whatever happens, old, of frame construction, and extend­ Unknown Steamer Crushed Into Her
Rear-Admiral
McCormick
has
been
and Ignored Cries for Help.
said: “I believe as long as possible,
prisoners belonged to President Kruger’s the Lord still reigns.
Owing to the ed two stories above the ground floor.
in his return, making the most liberal placed on the retired list on his own own commando.
Until three or four years ago the struct­
London,
March 14.—It is now-
invasion
of
the
Free
State
by
a
large
allowance of time for hiH reappeanmee, application.
number of the enemy, and other cir­ ure had been used as a chuorh, but it learned that the British ship Cuvier,
General Kobbe, with 2,500 men, has
The commanded by Captain Quinton, which
but 1 no longer have any hope. 1 don’t
BOTH SIDES ARMED.
cumstances, it became necessary to was converted into a tenement.
believe that he is living; otherwise we occupied the town of Sorsogon, in the
take up other positions, hence the lower floor, fronting on 50, 52 anil 54 was reported Friday last sunk by an
Fighting Forces Confront Each Other burghers in Natal have retried to Big- Fourtenth avenue, was occupied by unknown steamer, was run down in the
■honld certainly have heard of him. southern end of Luzon.
in Kentucky.
All that can be looked for now is the
gersberg. All the commandos have three stores, and the upper portion of straits of Dover the morning of the 9th
Thousands of organized insurgents
recovery of his body.”
Frankfort,
Ky., March 12.—The reached there in safety, except a few the building was divided into 20 living by a steamer whose identity is not
are resisting the Americans in the
Democrats and Republicans are today, who retired in the direction Van Been- rooms. As nealry as can be learned, known. The three survivors who were
The plague in Honolulu is under con­ Antique province in l’anay.
the structure was occupied by 10 fam­
for the first time since the present
trol.
The annual re|K>rts of Indian agents Í polititeal complications assumed acute en’s Pass. Thus Ladysmith and Kim- ilies, all Italians. Two of the occu­ landed at Calais, France, shortly after
the disaster, say a great hole was torn
berley are no more besieged. In retir-
show
that
the
entire
lndiau
pipulation
General Gatacre has occupied Storm- |
form, divided into two armed and ing, the enemy was time after time pants, Vito Credanza and one other in the Cuvier, sinking her in less than
of
the
United
States
is
297,905.
berg.
organized factions. Surrounding the driven back, so that our laagers were family, kept boarders, and, though the file minutes. They further state that
The legislature of Illinois appropriat­ capitol and the state executive build­ not cut off. In these fights a few men total population of the rookery could the 30 men comprising the crew were
Cape Colony Boers are retreating to
ed $100,000 for the reconstruction of ing, and encamped in the grounds were killed or wounded, and the enemy not be definitely ascertained during the below at the time and were unable
Orange Free State.
the Lincoln moument at Springfield.
excitement attending the fire, there are to reach the decks and man the boats,
around Governor Taylor’s home, are lost heavily.
General Joe Wheeler has arrived at
"In spite of all reports, the spirit of said to have been 40 or 50 persons, of so quickly did the vessel go down, and
The mutual Life Insurance Company nearly 200 state militia, well provided
Ban Francisco from Manila.
of New York, has suliseribed for £2,- i with ammunition, while in the corri­ the fighting men as to the outcome re­ both sexes and all ages, in the build­ that the colliding vessel paid ’no heed
A resolution was introduced in con­ 000,000 of the new English war loans, j dors of the Capitol hotel, in which the mains unchanged. Among the com­ ing when the fire started.
to the cries for assistance shouted to
gress asking for repeal of the tariff on
A few minutes before 5 o’clock the those on board, and steamed away.
Democratic state executive offices are ' mandos in Natal the burghers Hre full
The
legislative
trouble
at
Frankfort,
i
paper.
people in the building were awakened
The captain and third mate were
Ky., is at the laiiling jaiint. Militia is [ located, and in the street adjacent to1 of courage. General Dewet now com­
The British government has decided in complete control of the state execu­ that building, are 60 special officers | mands all the commandos at the Mod- by the flames. They found them burn­ seen to jump from the bridge as their
and the men and boys of a militia com­ der river. The president started yi es­ ing at the foot of the stairs leading vessel went down. Two of the surviv­
to retain Lord Pauncefote as ambas­ tive building.
pany that was organized in Frankfort terday evening for Bloemfontein, to from the first to the second story. The ors clung to a capsized boat until
sador at Washington indefinitely.
The threatened strike of the em­ today as the nucleus of Governor Beck- I visit the laagers of the Free State.”
hallway and stairs were burning, , icked up by the Windsor and taken to
The latest sugar trust’s dividend was ployes of the St. Louis Transit Com­
entirely cutting off the egress from the Calais. It is believed all the other
ham
’
s
state
gurad,
Ivesides
scores
more
'
■mailer than usual, supposed to be the pany is off. An agreement satisfactory
Disbursing Clerk Arrested.
upfier floors, on which six families members of the crew of the Cuvier are
of
heavily
armed
citizens,
partisans
of
I
result of the fight with Arbuckle.
to both sides was reached.
the Democratic claimant.
It was | Washington, March 12.—Chief Wil­ lived. It also cut off the escape by the drowned.
Yaqui Indians dispersed 800 Mexi­
Indications are that the Boer war is stated today that an attempt was to be kie, of the treasury secret service, was door for those who lived in the rear part
Acquitted of Murder.
can soldiers who were acting as escort
Those who could
drawing
to an end. President Kruger made by the state militia to take Gov- j notified today of the arrest in Philadel­ of the first floor,
Butte,
Mont., Match 14.—Edward
to the mail, near Potam, Mexico.
phia,
of
Edward
E.
Grimmell,
formerly
made for the windows,
From these Gillman. of Hamburg, Ia., was tonight
has appealed to Lord Salisbury for a ernor Beckham into custody, and inside
The whole acquitted of the murder of Dan Sulli­
of an hour after the report was circn-. a civilian clerk in the disbursing office they leaped or dropped,
Geraldine, the famous racing mare, cessation of hostilities.
lated, a petition had been circulated | of the medical department under Major neighborhood was-awake in an instant, van. The murder occurred Christmas
holder of the world’s record for half a
Taxation of corporations in Paris has and signed by the requisite number oi: D. H. Hall, in San Francisco. Chief and from the burning building came
mile, is dead at Napa Farm, near
led to the transfer of many main offices men necessary to form a militia com-, Wilkie states that on December 23 agonizing screams and calls for help. night in the wash room of a miners’
Na,ui. Cal.
boarding house. Sullivan had abused
to Brussels, French societies being in­
Grimmell decam |>ed with a clerk book
Lieutenant Edgar Koehler, of the corporated there under the laws of Bel­ pany. The men will guard the Capitol containing 400 checks of the regulation From the basement and ground floor Gillman the night before. Gillman
the
inmates
of
the
building
jxmred
hotel
day
and
night
against
anv
possi
­
Ninth infantry, was led into an am­ gium to avoid the French income tax.
armed himself next day, and, going to
ble attempt to arrest Governor Beck­ engraved kind used by the disbursing naked, or almost so. From the upper the wash room, shot Sullivan, killing
bush of Filipino rebels north of Tarlao
clerks,
directed
to
the
assistant
treas
­
stories men and women leaped to the
Admiral Kautz, commander-iu-chief ham.
and killed.
urers of the United States. He came sidewalk. By the time the firemen him instantly. The defense was that
of
the
Pacific
squadron,
has
been
Convict-Macle
Binding
Twine.
The Howe Lumber Company of
east and south and in January drew reached the scene the building was Sullivan had made threats against Gill­
Kansas City, Mo., March 12.—Im­ checks made payable to him to an wrapped in flames, and those who had man, who thought the former was
Lowell, Mass., has assigned as a result ordered to proceed w ith the Philadel­
of the failure of the Globe National phia to the const of Central America plement men say trouble is about to re­ amount approximating $10,000.
not escaped were dead or doomed armed. The verdict was a surprise to
bank, in Boston, to which the company for the purpose of protecting Americnu sult because of the action of the board
They must have died within a few both the prosecution and the defense.
interests there.
Fuse Factory Blew Vp.
of control of the Kansas state peniten­
owed a large amount of money.
minutes, for the fire rushed through A tew minutes after the acquittal. Gill­
tiary
making
binding
twine.
Kansas
Pompton,
N.
J.,
March
13.
—
The
The
pieaident
ha«
oommrted
to
im
­
every
room in the frail building within man, his wife, sister and father, took a
A revolutionary movement near San
carriage and drove for the Gieat North­
City
makes
about
7,000,000
pounds
of
Smith
fuse
manufactory,
at
this
place,
prisonment
for
life
the
sentence
of
10 minutes.
Salvador was recently nipped in the
twine
a
year,
and
the
new
factory
at
blew
up
today
nnd
four
persons
were
death
imposed
by
court-martial
in
the
The search for the l-odies began with­ ern depot, where they took the express
bad, and a confiscation by the govern­
the state penitentiary is equipped to killed and a number more or less in­ in 30 minutes after the alarm sounded, for the East. When the trial began a
ment of $50,000 belonging Dr. Jose case of Private George Murphy, com­
few days ago a brother of Sullivan tried
Alfarado, took place, who, it is rejiori- pany C, Twenty-fourth infantry, cm- turn out al>out one-tenth of this amount. jured. The victims were at work in i so qnickly was the fire conquered. to r.hoot Gillman in the courthouse, but
This
is
enough
to
disturb
the
market.
the
factory
with
about
80
other
men
victed
of
the
murder
of
another
soldier
When it became known the fire was of
ed, was to have led the revolt.
of the same company in the Pliilippiue«. While regular dealers are asking re­ and girls. The bodies of the four per­ incendiary origin, men and women, was disarmed before he could tire.
Mr Charles Tupper, ex-premier of
tail nienhants to pay them 11 ‘x cents sons killed were badly mangled, and well nigh craze-1 by grief, ran tearing
Dr. H. D. Morgan, of the United l>er pound for their offerings, the Kan­ some of them blown to pieces.
Canada, believes that the Alaska Imun-
Complication In Building Strike.
around the streets harking for the man
dary and other disputed questions l>e- States navy, speaking of the war in the sas penitentiary managers announce
Chicago, March 14.—Another serious
who was respohsible for the frightful complication in the great building
Desperado Killed.
tween the United States and Cauada, Philippines, says: "I do not believe they will sell theirs direct to the farmer
The at 10 cents per pound, 1
Denver, March 13.—A special to the tragedy and threatening dire vengeance. strike came today, when the sash, door
will soon be settled and that Canada that the revolution is at an end.
cents less
Filipinos are scattered ala>ut the than the retail dealers can buy it for. Republican from Albuquerque. N. M.,
will get the worst of it.
Louisville. March 14. — W. L. Haze- and blind manufactuers of Chicago and
says: Samuel Sandoval, a young des­ lipp was arrested this afternoon on a vicinity voted to close their mills until
At a meeting of the Baptist Social islands, mainly in Luzon, in small
Refused to Order General Strike.
perado, was killed and several citizens charge of conspiracy. Mr. Hazelipp the labor troubles are adjusted.
By
Union oi Boston, it was announced on bands, but it is generally understood
that they are under orders to concen­
Chicago. March 13.—The Building wounded at the battle at Atarique, is alleged to have been implicated in this action 4,000 men are added to th»
behalf of the Union Theological Insti­
at any given point when the word Trade» Council at it« meeting today re­ which followed an attempt to arrest the plot to assassinate William <3oel«l. 50,000 now idle.
tution that Johu D. Rockefeller has trate
is |>a«»ed I do not believe that Agui­ fused to order a general sym|>athetic Sandoval and Juan Mestas, who had He is the steward of the Central asy­
«ndertaken to contribute one-half of
King Leopold will introduce wire­
the $400,000 needed to complete the naldo is in China. It is my impression strike, nt the reqneat of the officer» of l>een shooting up the town, Mesta« lum, and was appointed to that office
he is still in Loson.”
the machinists' union.
was captured.
by Governor Bradley during bis term. less telegraphy into the Belgian army.
equipment of that institntion.
Deb. and Harriman.
Stampede From Nome.
Fatal Hinton Fire.
fjeading Paris hotels have raised the
Fight at Aparrl.
Indianapolis, March 13.—For presi­
In the United States there are 5,437,• rates from $3 to f'.< a day.
Seattle, March 14.—Two arrivals at
Boston, March 12.—Fire early this
Manila,
March
14.
—
Advices
received
f87 bachelors and 8,324,434 spinsters.
morning in the four-story building of dent, Eugene V. Debs, of Indiana; for from Aparri. province of Cagayan, say Dawson City from Cape Nome, who left
Thomas A. Edison, Jr., says ha has
vice-president. Job Harriman, of Cali-
The first woman’s clno of Puerto constructed a safety electric miuer'a the Massachusetts Macaroni Company, fornia. This ia the national ticket of that while Major Wood and the Six­ the latter place eight days after Carl
on
North
street,
caused
the
death
of
Rico has been organized by some Amer­ lamp.
teenth regimeut were leaving that place Knobiesdorf and C. D. Campbell, tell
one fireman, the probable fatal injury the Social Democratic party, which they were attacked at a landing on the t wonderful stoi v of what is claim»! to
icas women living in Ponce.
Prof. W. O. Sumner told his class at of another and the serious injury o' two will absorb the Hilquit-Hsrriman fac-
* the richest find made in the north,
The longest span of telegraph wire in Yale that 90 per cent of all marriage« others, besides entailing a financial tion of the Sociali t Labor party by river l«nk opposite the town. A per­ rhe new field is 100 miles from Nome,
sistent fire followed, resulting in eight
the world ia that over the river Kistna are unhappy.
loss estimated at $75,000 to $150,000. agreement, The Social De nocrats were Americans, including Ward, being ind stories of its fabulous wealth were
in India. It ia over 6,000 feet long.
happy today, They say the candidacy
icing passed from mouth to mouth at
The largest real estate owner of all
Three Fresh Cases In Sydney.
of Debs will attract hundreds of thou- wounded. The natives in Cagayan val­ Some when the latest arrivals left
The nsnal output from 100 gold American institutions is the University
ley
presumably
instigated
the
attack.
Sydney. N. S. W., March 12.—Three •amis of -voters to their party. Tbev
here. De.-ember 18. Reports of won-
mine, in the immediate vicinity of of Texas, which bolds over 3,000,000
fresh t'ases of bulonic plague in Sydney profess hi see the beginning of a great Dispatches add that the Tagals are lerful strikes on the Siberian coast op­
Johannesburg is 15 tons of gold a acres of land.
harassing the Americans.
are officially retorted today.
national
victory.
posite Cane Nome were l-eing received.
■son th.
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