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Reno Evening Gazette (Newspaper) - November 27, 1905, Reno, Nevada RENO EVENING QAZ VOL. KENO EVENING NOVEMBER 27, 1905. No. 116 SCORE OF LIVES LOST IN A TRAIN WRECK MUTINY ENDS IN DEATH Soldier Refuses to Salute Officer and Is Killed SLAUGHTERED Returns nf AM in State of and Are Held Under Russian Mov returning here Japan uro In such a state of tiny because It IB Impossible to them bacK to Russia became necessary to form a where they are held under On there was a tragic rising at the camp OB Cape Where thousand prisoners from POTT Arthur are confined A drunken soldier who refuted to salute an officer on the comrades lushed at the officer who escaped to the officers wheit he wan Joined by four other 11 haul tight toi their with against the iated men but before the arrival of a of which h id summoned by telephone thiec of the killed mil one was beaten About twenty men In the or KEPT BODY OF DEAD DAUGHTER Death of Old Woman Re- veals a Ghastly Secret Trains on Boston Maine Collide and Many Deaths Result CORPSE HIDDEN IN BOX Refutes to Part of and She Had Remains in Her WOMAN Nev death of lira Llora an aged and eccentric has revealed a ly secret In her little cottage on Boyle Heights In a store room of covered with found a cally sealed box containing the corpse of her who died en years The box Is but three feet long and the body of the young woman had been dismembered The following inscription was en- on a sliver plait nailed on tho L Thompson lied December 16 1877 Agon 27 2 months 1 The box was opened bj in under- and a signet by F R Boutell Mass Nov 7 1SS1 found Tin h id been red for shipment to California but was brought to Los Angeles when she settled here yenis ago and had been kept in her whert she lived all j Mais Nev 27 moraine of the and in- jured indicate thai nineteen persons ost heir In the rear and col- at Baltei bridge station on the main the division of the Boston ft Maine last Twenty pel weie or less Injured and SUB- cuto and The not clear on the wreckage until today although the I track wae of debris during the and ft number of trains were transferred around the early in the The Montreal express which left Boston at 7 last night and ed into the branch train resumed Its Journey at S a. m President Tuttle of the Boston Jb Maine railroad stated that hod been to a searching in- He Bald cannot understand how such a accident have ed unless the signals were in wav misunderstood Met Death Instantly The ti Un had entered a deep cut pishing undei tht bridge and the leir cat hid just cleat 3d the Mh til the lit Montreal con- sisting of cats and two tires crashed into the rear The past was terrific aad probably the most of those death Work of the OH the tram assisted the work of The glare of the burning wreck lighted the awful scene abore the hiss of escaping and the crackling of the flames arose the and groans of the tic time and the of the Several In the rear car of the train were caught In the ruins of the locomotive and coach and the flames prevented help from reaching Pullman Used ae The Pullman car of the express was used as a temporary Two of ths little Anna bridge and a died In this As the flames from the burning down bonfires were lighted to assist the surgeons and the Many of the Injured were carried to the nearest dwelling houses and the little station house tl W a special train which bronchi a dozen surgeons with other appliances from Boston returned with thirteen bodies of tlie dead and fourteen o' the most IPI lously injured The living were taken to the if general hospital MUST HANG United States Two Court Affirms Decision EXECUTION DECEMBER 8 TO CRIME Young Men Admit Having Been Im- plicated SUIT CASE TRAGEDY Gate of Woman Who Killed Her band Has Been Decided by the eit Tribunal In the and the Rope Nov preme court of the United States day tiff limed the decision of the Un- States district court of Vermont In the case of Mary Mabel Ro- who Is under sentence of death in Vermont for the murder of her The effect ot the decision will be to again place the responsibility of dealing with tho case In the hands of the state authorities and If In the meantime neither the governor nor the state courts take action In Mrs. Ro- her must occur on the day which Is December 8th The court In that H was without Jurisdiction In all the points Does Not Consider In his opinion Justice Day laid no stress upon the sex of Mrs. but dealt wit case upon purely gal proceedings In the case he took up the various contentions made In the holding each In turn to ba On the point that Mrs. Rogers had been held In solitary confinement for more than three months be said the record not show tbat sbe to so held though admittedly held in close This course be within thr rights of the state and could not be need as ground for Interference by the federal also said that the state supreme court could not he required to fix a time for that whether the state supreme court should sit In county Is a matter of practice only and also that there Is no merit ta the contention that fixing a Dr. Who n Charged With Having Performed Criminal tion Resulting in Girl's Says He is Not BOSTON Ci and 27 E Howard W WIFE DOES NOT CENSURE HER DESERTING HUSBAND Has Pity for Man Who Forged Her Name to Checks and Lost Honey Over Gaining Tables SAY RUMOR IS ABSURDITY Foreign Members of Con- Engineers Go Home i f Governor Davis Assaulted by Former Congressman WILL CONVENE AGAIN REVOLVERS WERE DRAWN Story Thai They Have Changed Minds Regarding Sea Level After Studying Subject for is Said to be Nov. 27 foreign delegates to the board ot con- culling engineers of the Isthmian al left for New York day and will Boon said for their They will meet again In Brussels during the first days of next General Davis will go to that city as representative of the American members of the board and will take with him documents are not yet drawn up then will have to be by the foreign delegates Speaking of published stories that they had reconsidered their flist one of the miclo the lowing statement Whatever we have to s ly will bo found in the report which will be in the hands of the dent Th it we should oui vote on a sublet which foi three months we had siven the closest and should change it metely some parties are not con- tc with it is a. great absurdity FIGHT WAS pleaded guilty today to charges of being accessories after fact to the death of Susanna the victim of the suit case They will be sentenced Dr. Percy D who had pleaded not guilty to a charge of be- ing accessory to the was trial A Jury was quickly ob- The Indictment McLeod with having been an accessory to the act of performing the Illegal operation which resulted In Miss Geary's death and also with being an accessory to the concealment of the crime After fogging his wife's name to checA to the amount of and ing it all over the gaming tables of different gambling houses in this Gordon Allon foi weeks a local and dealer In the Palace saloon boarded a tiain in this city morning and left foi patts unknown Mis Alle ills still in this city out a cent and although she has em- ployed an and is doing thing possible to obtain her she has been unable to get any of it back so and has been unable to get the proprietors of the gambling houses to talk to her She that she does not blame her as he was so intoxicated when he drew the checks that he did not know what he was She albo states that he had to forge her name to get the In speaking Turkey Could Nov. between Turkey and the Eu- ropean powers having become so ious during the last few days great Interest is felt in military and naval circles on the question of Turkish de- fenses of this narrow strait and it H expected that she can put up a against a modern i trt his checks wl Irh Kiew I i no right to chaw 'T have employed an attorney and K tiled to get an Interview with of the Palace but as i r been unable to do so Tonight I u i to the Palace with an 11 demand that he meet me in I nik with me I want to know how checks my diew and how much money He spent I will either find out or I will publish the houses to such an extent that j will have to explain matters show the people that my husband was riot robbed FIERCE ONE Court Martial Proceedings Against Meriwether Re- Today Story Goes That After Being Hit Over Head With a Revolver the Governor Uwd Hits Cane Telling on His LITTLE Nov 27 private secretary to ernor has given out a statement here to the effect that Governor Davis had wired him from ing that Former Congressman Hugh and Jack Walker him in his room at a with drawn revolvers and that Mrock over the heasl with a The governor in according the struck over the head With a large cane Other reports about affair i in Little Rock It is said that the governor some remark TV hoch ed The latter la as a perier of United States Senator who is a candidate for and foi office Divis is also i Janitor A first class janitor is TV for the Building Apply to DC Thoma GOES TO WALL American National Keeps Doors Closed This Morning CLASSMATES TESTIFY One Witness States That Branch Had Not Received Much Punishment up to the 17th Round Though He Had Fallen a Number of RECEIVER IS APPOINTED Condition of the Institution Has Been Known to Be Poor for Some Time Among Financial Men and Efforts Been Bade to Mrs. of the affair Sunday who is a quiet and nice appearing my husband has spent out ney over tbe gambling tables In Reno and has but I know that he was persuaded to gamble this money away and that he was put on board a train by a number of gamblers and ers and sent from the city when he was so Intoxicated that he was like a and did not know what he was money community but It was in my name and t date for execution when a reprieve a violation of the federal opinion In the cave concluded with an order that the mandate issue at This will obviate the ratting of the question of ment of the day of The caee to the supreme court on appeal from the refusal of the district court of Vermont to grant to Rogera a writ of beas corpus after supreme court of the rote had refused her a new guess he wrote my name to get It. had over a thousand dollars in Ordinances Nov. 27 preme court of the United States today sustained the ordinance eof the cities of Detroit and San Francisco granting exclusive franchises to remove the bage of the two cities The decision was by Justice Harlan and the ordinances held to be in harmony with of state municipalities to exercise police con- trol of the protection of the public court martial which case of Midshipman Nov is hearing the 300 Teamsters charged with in causing the death of Midshipman Branch in a resumed Its sessions j Counsel for the defense offered Mid- shipman W. W ot the second to said that he had de- tailed for dUty with Branch shortly before the Branch had told him that they must try to get a report against hat man When on duty Branch had tried to induce the witness to make a report against Meriwether which Bradley did not think was Justified and which NEW Nov. A generalise refused to strike of truck drivers was begun in I Midshipman Leigh who was New Tork 300 union teamsters quitting work before The strike the timekeeper in the testified that Branch and Meriwether had We the bank a few days ago and now I know that I have not got a cent and that Mr. Allen has do not hold the bank nor do I hold my husband re- sponsible as he was In the hands of a lot of rounders and gamblers any they robbed Is all there to to It. a while be a naif inter- est In a game in the gamblers wete able and by treating name of they would get mso drank that did no what be was doing and then persuade to play his They also Is against the Team en together In clinches three which employs several Branch had fallen In three other In- drivers and does most of the heavy stances and two of the falls had been trucking In the wholesale districts and He had risen promptly about he steamship advices by cable are to effect that and did not appear to be I Midshipman A. W. who ed the was and testified were wounded and ten thousand were financially Uprisings against Jews are reported from all parts of Meriwether offered to Edward Offers Nov. It wax announced has i a cup for a to open five ballot boxes and recount be sailed in 1W7. The race the votes In them cast during New to be from Sandy Hook to the Needle York's election race Is to he under the was granted today by the ment of the New Tork Yacht Club open to the yachts of the WASHINGTON Nov. 27 oi the today re- to the effect that order of its directors the American National Bank of Boston has closed ta It la said that the bank hag not been n good condition for sometime and efforts have been made to liquidate but apparently without It is not expected that any of the ct editors will lose anything by the National Bank Examiner W. E. Neal has been appointed The following is a statement of re- sources and liabilities of the bank at the close of business November 9, 1905. the date of the last report made to the comptroller and United States 000, due and 034, checks and other cash 714, redemption Total surplus and undivided due to banks and Individual United States bills Total Q DYNAMITE KILLS THREE MEN Nov. dispatch to the News from saya that Jean Bat and Ed. all were killed today at the Lumber Company's logging the premature explosion of a box A fourth Bert was iously
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