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   Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1907, Washington, District Of Columbia                               The tho pmplB'c pipw, oause It all the of world hundred and sixty-five In the year. to-day, folhmed by rain and touch ts'nJgltti Temperature minimum) 82. WASHINGTON: TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1907.-SIXTEEN THREE CENTS. SUSPENDS [STES i Elizabeth Loving Exonerates Man Her Father Killed. CRAZED BY THE TRAGEDY TO TRANSFER BODY AT NIGHT. TO FIGHT ENDS WAR WITH TAMMANY. ices of Tammany. PART OF NEW PEACE PACT Declares Estes Treatei Her Al- ways with Courtesy. In letter Written Since Shooting to Gill Friend, She Expresses Amazement at Father's Had Always Op- posed Social Relations with the Bates. News of Ride Sufficient to Stir Hia Running High. 3j octal to The Washington Post. Charlottcsvllle, Va., April Elizabeth Loving, "whose ride Theo- dora Cstes at Lovington two weeks ago r HulteC in her father Judge Lov ing shooting at Oak Ridge, in a letter a few dajs ago to a girl friend in this fully exonerates Bates, It is said, and expresses amazement at her father s ct Miss .Loving it Is said, defends the menory of the victim to the extent of tes- tifying that he had alwavs treated her is 1th courtesy and consideration Since the tragedy Judge Lov Ing and his family havo lived In seclusion, and" no statement from them or about them has reached the outside world until this ter which discloses the extreme unhap- pinp-ss of the eitire family circle It Is illeped that Loving used the -word crized as descrlptJv e of their mental and nervous condition Braved Father's Temper. It is an open secret in the social life of Nelson Counts that Judge Loving had always been opposed to social amenities between his family and that of Sheriff EsteSv and that the mere fact of his daughters having gone far a drive with Theodore Estes was sufficient to excite him grtatlj Judge Loving Is not noted for "n even temper and It is said that his daughter was the onlj one who had the courage to Oppose his "will A Nelson Qount5 man familiar with all the social and political currents there, this morninsr expressed the belief that It would be impossible to trj tho case at Lo Ington reeling Is running high In that county and Is emphasized by clan- rKh and political antipathies The case Is quite likely to bo removed to Char- lottesv llle Request will be made bv Judge William G Loving some daj this week to have Ills bail of So 000 reduced This bond was fixed bv Bail Commissioner Pajne last Tuesday morning, when the judge was given a preliminary hearing on the charge of murdering Theodore Estes. At the time of the shooting Judge Sennet T Gordon was out of town and camo over from Amherst County Dissatisfied with Bond. Rumor was circulated several days ago that Sheriff Estes and his sons were dis- satisfied w ith the amount of bond fixed by Pijne who is said to be a friend of Judge Loving It was reported that the Estes family would ask Judge Gordon to increase, the bond Just what w ill be done in the matter of bond will not be known until Judge Gordon begins the May term o' court The graid jury will meet at Oak Ridge nd Commonwealth vill bring the Lov- 1ns; Estes case before It ire gra-ita jury win me wit' in a dajs and fiVh'tehead will SCANS INSURANCE BALLOTS. Assistant District Attorney Examines Alleged Forgeries Used in Election Xew York April District 'bmvth to-day resumed the m- v e of the charges of f orgerv which have bt-en mide in connection with tl e recent elections of the New lork Life Insurance Ctmpinv and the Mutual Life Insurance Companv Mr Sizijth with Depiitj Assistant Howe, went to the offices of the New lork Insurance Companv, where thev examined about 500 of tho alleged forged ballots. Jacob Frank an agent of the New Yoik LIV name appears as witness on m my of ballots has been summoned ard will appear at the district attorneys oftlce to morrow According to Mi Smyth LEAVES SERVANT ESTATE. Programme for Secret Removal of Pope Leo's Remains Is Arranged. Special Table to Tho Washington Post Rome, April has finally been cided that the body of Pope Leo will be I McClfillan FnHstPfl transferred to the Church of St John HtK> E1U1MCU Lateran at night, and, as privately ail possible The idea of asking the govern-i ment to assist in the ceremony and to t guarantee the safety of the procession' conveying the remains has been aban- doned The Pope, conversing with Cardinal Sntolll, said he was convinced he should be Interpreting his predecessor's wishes if privacy should be observed Cardinal Satotli and the other members of the Sacred College comprising the funeral commission concurred m this Cardinal Satolll says that If the procession weie public no number of troops the govern- ment might supply could prevent a hostile demonstration If evil-minded persons de- signed such a demonstration, Inasmuch as even a single disrespectful shout would constitute an outrage upon the corpse. Moreover, the Intervention of troops might be misconstrued as a sign of a reconcilia- tion between the Vatican and the govern- ment, or, as a change In the Vatican s policy toward Italy, which has not oc- curred CONGO MAY 00 TO FRANCE. Leopold Said to Have Plan by Which to i Outwit Parliament. Paris'. April Leopold's visit to Paris in a moment of political crisis In Belgium and his majesty's lengthy conferences to-day with President Fal- Hers Minister of Foreign Affairs Plchon, and Premier Clemenceau have given rise to much gossip and speculation The prevailing impression appears to be that tho King intends to make a feint bv ofttring the Congo Free State to France for the purpose of coercing the Belgian Parliament Into complying with his wishes President Falliers has arranged a gala lunch at the Elvsee Palace to-morrow in honcr of King Leopold AGAINST TAFT'S PLAN Chairman Brown, of Ohio, Op- posed to Early Primary. LINE-UP OF STATE DELAYED Republicans Unwilling to Choose Be- tween Taft and Foraker Until They Learn Whether Roosevelt Will Accept a Is Strong Only as White House Candidate. Story Oat that Commissioner Bine- bam Is to Lose His Place. Mayor's Representative, in Conference, Declares McClellau Has Not Surrender- ed Right to Control Appointments, but Followers of the Sullivans Are Saying Head of Police Department Will Be Re- lieved at First Convenient lime. GEORGE B. M'CI.EI.LAN. New York'B Mayor Snys He HUH Not Su rrenilerert, bnt Seeks Harmony. ENTOMBED FIVE DAYS Toledo, Ohio, April Brown, chairman of toe Republican State Central Committee, issued the following statement to-day regard ng the Taft-Foraker con- test "No request has been made to me as cliairman of the State central committee to call a meeting of that committee for the purpose of considering a State pri- mary election to determine the choice of the Republicans of the State for a Presi- dential candidate Until some suoh e- quest' is ..made I have nothing to add to what I said when such a. primarj was first suggested, that In my opinion it would not be feasible to conduct a pri- marj election upon a general election day, and that the sentiment of Republicans in Lucas Countv, as expressed throughout Special to The Washington Post. New York, April the politicians size up the McClellan-Tammany peace so suddenly concluded, tnelr Idea Is that the Bingham police bill brought it about Murphy and his men at Albany did all they could to defeat the Mil, but when It went through the Tammany leaders sent orders to the Tammany men at Albany to help Gov Hughes pass tae bill for a recount of the mayoralty vote of 1905 in this city The bill has been adopted In the assembly, and the senators with Gov Hughes, with the assistance of Tam- many members of the senate, could easily have a majority to pass tne bill The mayor is opposed to a recount, and ft was with his authority that Corpora- tion Counsel Allison opened negotiations, which are expected to result In killing the recount bill Mr Ellison Is a friend of the SuUivans. and in fact, owes his place In the administration to them, but he nas been extremely loyal to the mayor Air Fllison got into consultation with "Big Tim" Sullivan about the recount bill They met early last week and It is understood that one of the first conditions rmdo by "Big Tim" as the price of his I Nme Bodies Recovered from Pit Near assistance was the removal of Police Liege, Where Accident Similar to that Commissioner Bingham it was stated to- at Johllgton Qccurred-Two Hundred day that Mr Ellison tola the big fellow that such a condition could never be Otllera Succeed m Making Escape from agreed to_ by the mayor, as an agree- Water Rushing Into Mine, mcnt to TT would bring Wm Into public condemnation Say Bingham Is to Go. y---------- Socialist Attacks Army. Min- isters Leave Chamber. THREAT TO DISSOLVE BODY Premier Stolypin Expresses Hope Crisis May Be Averted. M. Zuraboff, a Radical Member, De- clares Soldiers Useless Except Against Members Withdraw and Demand Offending Speaker Refuses, and Is Rebuked by President of the Chamber. St. Petersburg, April savage at- tack made to-day on the army and the government by the Socialist member, M 'uraboff during the first executive ses FULLS FUGITIVE ON TRAIN. Police Chief, Traveling Twenty Miles an Hour, Makes Capture. Special to The Washington Post Wllkesbarre Pa., April 29. One. of the most sensa caped Jail breaker ever effected red early this morning along the Dela- ware, Lackawanna, and Western Rall- road, near Milton, when Chief of Police Attncemoyer, of Danville, leaning far out of a speeding locomotive seized tional captures of an es- j MiSSOUH ASkS MCrCV fOf HUgfO ker ever effected occur- 1 J 111 Real Life. ar ou o a speeng ocomove seze pnpOTTycNT T Charles Sutton by the collar and swung rttESiLlEll 1 WiLl, him on board, a prisoner Button had broken out of the Mon tour County Jail several hours before and believing that he would trj to Executive Clemency Will Be Shown to Mcdern Jean Valjean. cape along the railroad. Sheriff Wil- liams and Chief Mincemoyer got a u> comotive crew together end started in pursuit While running about twenty) miles an hour they suddenly espied' In the glare of the headlight Button j Chivalry of Commonwealth Rises to Aid leaning back against a box car on thci adjoining track to let the locomoti-ve pass him He did not suspect such i speedy pursuit and did not realize ills' danger until Mincemoyer's strong arir shot out and seized nim and he was hauled aboard the swiftly moving lo- comotivte. William January, Who Erred in Youth, Escaped from Bemtentiary and Became Model Citizen 'and in His Behalf Flood White Wife's Devotion Wins Sympathy. i Special to The Washington Pest. OKLAHOMA TOWN FLOODED. Residents Forced to Leave Homes and YOTk_ Aprll Spend Hight in Trees ington dispatch to the Times says the Oklahoma City, Okla., April whole State pf Missouri has risen up hi Now Believed Seven Pennsyl- vania Miners Are Dead. 18 BELGIANS BURIED ALIVE Sullivan factlonlsts, ncvertiwjleas, arc putting about the story that the principal clause in the treaty which 1ms been en- tered into between the mayor and Mi Special to The Washington pout Johnstown, Ba ,_ April scores of men who have been laboring since last Friday afternoon to effect the rescue of YANKEE OFFICERS WIN Alabama Captures Jamestown Cup in Boat Race. sions were retracted by M. Zuraboff, and n was! reported sWm persons bery He got no bootj worth anjthmg. were missing but all have been heard but_ that fact dld not make much dft. ROXBURY IN THIRD PLACE Britishers Lead with Funous Clip at Start, but Are Badly Distanced at Fm- ish in Hampton Roads and-bow Struggle Between Officers of the Virginia and Alabama. Norfolk, Va, April Jamestown Cup, foi the fastest crew of rowing offi- cers m the fleets of America England, Germany, and Austrii assembled here the Jamestown Exposition was won to- he rule providing for temporary suspen- ion was against him they would sever all future relations with the Douma M. Goiovme was unable to have the de- complied with, as the Radicals sup- ported tfelr colleague solidly and the Poles refused to vote Cabinet Not Satisfied. The suspension and formal rebuke of M Zuraboff, however was pronounced by he president of the chamber, but this 'ailed to satisfy the ministers who sub- sequently ordered the government experts to withdraw from the evening session of the budget "commission Immediately after adjournment Premier Stolypin, who had not been present dur- ng the incident, summoned an extraor- the seven men Imprisoned by a rush of I daj by the officers of the American battle Murphy is tnat In return for-the aid of water in the Berwlnd-Whlte Company s sll'P Alabama The Virginia, s it under Tamminy senators in defeating re- count bill the old system in the police de- portment will be resumed as Gen BmghiTi can with some show of removed Other than this Is it understood that tho major "has agreed not to continue his fight aaainst Murphy's leadership of Tammany Hall, to drup the arrangements he has been making trough Maurice Feather- stone to engineer district contests against Murphy at the primaries, and to consider made to him by the organi- the newspapers and otherwise, s cvei-1 zalion m the making of appointments, while Mr Murphy haa apparently con- vvhelmingly opposed to engaging In any contests within the party, save such as relates wholly to municipal matters un- til after the municipal election in No- vember Mi Brown has confided to his friends the fact that the members of the State committee ar' not tied up to either For- aker or Taft to the extent that thev would act arbitrarily on any one subject which might b  iran, but not one stei> backward Mr Ellison after the conference, gave EIEVATOE FALLS 12 STOKIES. Operator Dies from Injuries and All Pas- sengers Are Hurt, New York April Mouradian, an Armenian, died in Bellevue Hospital to night as the result of an elevator ac- cident in the Park Building, East Nine- teenth street, to-day The elevator operator started the car up with four men and several packages of rugs aboard He tried to stop at the fourth floor, "but the mechanism failed to work, and the elevator went at nigh speed to the top of the where the Im- pact parted the cables and the car fell twelve stories to the cement car was demolished and all the oc- cupants injured Mouraflian's skull was fractured The agent of the building, Oscar F Shaw, jr was placed under arrest on a charge of criminal negligence GIVES LIFE FOR HER DOG. Relative of Lord Brassey Tries to Save Animal and Is Killed by Auto. Special Cable to The Washington Post. London, April Brassey, a rela- tive of Lord Brassey, lost her life trying to save her favorite dog near Malpas, fourteen miles southeast of Chester She saw the dog in the road, in danger of being run over by an approaching aut mobile Sne rushed to rescue the beast The chauffeur .Instantly put on brakes, but he ran the woman down She died shortly afterward. The dog was not hurt. mine at Foustwell, late to-night expressed the belief that before morning they will know positively whether or not the mineis are alive The pumps have beeii kept steadily at work, and the diminishing vol- ume water enables the rescuers to penetrate farther into the workings It is believd that the" spot where the men are penned In will be reached before verv long Physicians have been summoned and will be on hand when the men aie reached What is called the "big dip" has been emptied and the water is sinking Until the rescuers can effect an entrance it will not be known whether the men in t'li air aeaa or alive Relatives Besiege Mine. Ths mmo mouth Is besieged constantly by the of the entombed in iiers By many it believed the men axe dead, while the mine officials are hopeful all will be brought out alive Eight are at work inside in the mine Men are pushing cars deep into the slope, so that as fast as the recedes the line on wjirli the pumpb are working can be t The flow of water from the mine con- tinues, an3 there is a veritable mountain torrent rushing down the hill below the mine opening On. account of the enor- mous quantity of water in the mine and the slow gams made by the pumps the theory now generally held is that the in- fiov comes from an abandoned working adjoining No 38. Nine Bodies Recovered. I icge Belgium April 29 Eighteen mineis to-day were cut off by a flood in the Angleur pit, near this city, and it is belteveVl all were drowned Two hundred others succeeded In makmg tljelr escace The fldod took place without warning in, a gallery 201) feet from the surface A majority of the men who escaped were dashed to the bottom of the shafts whence they were hoisted to the surface The entombed men were prevented by falls of earth from making their way out out a statement, m which he said Relajs of with the latest ap- paratus, immediately began work They recovered nine bodies and hope has been given up tnat any of the entombed men will be rescued alive mavor would be left free to appoint thcj highest class of men he can find for city offices but that he (Ellison) will advise against the appointment of men inimical to the Democratic organization or its leaders Sullivan Agrees on Appointees. Mr Sullivan he said, agreed that only efficient men should be retained m or ap- pointed to city offices The mayor will recognize the right of Its leaders to con- trol the Democratic organization, and will ask that tho organization give him its support In his efflorts to solve the great municipal problems which confront him, Mir. Ellison said. In that war. it was hoped, he added, to eradicate the lines drawn between the organization and the administration Charles F Murphy, leader of Tammany Hall, said to-day that Mr Sullivan con- ferred with him before making the agree- ment In reply to a question whether he is to remain as leader, Mr Murphy said that he supposed he would remain until lie was put out, but that was not a part of the agreement with the mayor. The Old Colour Sale To-day. This morning at Sloan's, 1407 G street will be another important day of the Old Colonj scle of rare mahogany furniture, books prints plate china glass, S.c mostly imported bj the Old Colony Com- panv, who closing for the season, every piece must be sold to the highest and best bidder, no reserve The sale opens promptly at 11 o'clock with No 800 (including many rare articles not men- tioned) in the catalogue. FRENCH PEACE DELEGATES. Bourgeois, M Constant, and Renault to Represent Nation at The Hague. Paris, April Bourgeois, the former premlir, Senor Baron d'Estour- nelles de Constant, president of the Par- liamentary group favoring International arbitration, and Louis Renault, one of the permanent representatives' of France on The Hague arbitration tribunal, have been appointed delegates of France to the second peace conference at the Hague St Petersburg, April report hav- ing been circulated to the effect that ,the second peace conference at The Hague, which is to assemble June 16, would be. postponed, inquiries were made to-day in autnoritative quarters, with the result that the rumor, was. oficially denied RHODES' DREAM REVEALED. Both Americas, Africa, and Seaboard of Asia for Britain, "His Vision. London, April Standard this morning says that among the aspirations in the will of Cecil Rhodes to which Earl Grej, governor general of Canada, re- ferred in his speech at the national arbi- tration and peace congress banquet in New York, Aprli 17 were the ultimate re- covery of the United States by Great Britain, British ocpupation of the vyhole of Africa and South America, and of thrf" seaooard of China, and 'Japan. were ten jards behind, -or second place, and the English cruiser Roxburgh a offi- cers were badly distanced for third The twenty one other ships represented in the race, which was a mile straighlawd.} were strung put at long Intervals over the course The time of the winners was ten minutes and one second Between the War Ships. When the word was given for the start of the race every war ship in the big fleet was alive wth interest The course was laid down between the two long lines of fighting craft, with the American, Eng- lish, and German flag ships close to the finish At the crack of the gun the twenty-four 12-oared boats got off well together The officers of the Roxburgh hit a terrific pace took the lead with a spurt They held It for the first 100 yards easily, but then the Alabama, and Virginia offi- cers began to crawl up on them, rowing bow and bow Forged to the Front. At the ciuarter the three boats were abreast and that was the last chance the Englishman had Alabama and Vir- ginia forged to the front, flrst one and then the leading, until, by a mag- nificent spurt the Alabama officers fairiv lifted their cutter across the line ten yards ahead of the Virginians Tiie following ships were represented in the race Hope, Hampshire, Rox- bmgh Bremen Austi Gorg Amei Virginia, Connecti- cut, Maine, Louisiana, Ohio, Kentucky Kearsarge Illinois Rhode Island, New Cleveland, Iowa, Massachusetts Missouri, Tennessee and Washington UPRISING IN MONTENEGRO. High Officers Assassinated and Rebels March on Capital, 'Cettinje Monte Negro April J Martmovitch, governor "of Podgoritza and Chief of Police Masiwoda were shot to day by an ensign Both were mortall wounded Their assailant was killed Vienna, April receivea here to-night report the outbreak of a revolt and grave political crisis to Monte- negr-o A militar} government has been proclaimed, and Premier Tomaiovics has tendered tl p resignation of the cabinet which Prince Nicholas has refused to ac- cept Armed bands are reported to be march- irg on Cettlnje ,Serious Bt-ept Bents hayje oceurred a Podgoritza, thirty-eight miles north- of Seutari having a population of abou Several persons are reported to have been killed or wounded The militia has been called out there, and fnrtner conflicts are feared The trouble IT Mortenegro has arisen because of the campaign the cabinet has inaugurated against the Radical party The government is accused of Instigating the destruction of the printing offices o two Radical newspapers, at Nikslec anc Podgoritza, which had attacked the gov- ernment and Prince Nicholas This ac- tion of the cabinet has aroused anser throughout the, country MENACES GUATEMALA. Mexican Force Under Gen. Reyes Karch- jng for the Frontier. Special to The Washington Post. Mexico City, April A force of men, commanded by Gen Bernardo -Reyes, one of the most distinguished mili- tary men In the republic of Mexico has set out here for the frontier oi Guatemala Another corps Is on its wav to Coalzacolcos, destined also for the Guatemalan frontier tlfe Guatemalan exiles In 'this strong movement has deveuped.in O ol the candidacy of Dr. Anronlo za. Arridiga, former Minister of tne IH of Guatemala at Washington. C. for the Presidency to succeed Preil- dent Cabi ta 4pu on of the Lower House of Parliament, Lightning Creek out of its banks and ippeal to President Roosevelt for a par- the Canadian rising steadilj the don for a 'Western Jean Valjean, who has people in the lowlands of Capitol Hill been recaptured in Kansas City, after a suburb to-night are facing a s-tuation u ht anfl prosperous Hfe o( nine that may become critical If the heavy L rains of the-last twentj-four hours con- >fjs durmg which he Proved I sell one of the best citizens, of the place Lowlands have been converted into Missouri is asumg the President to give swamps, crops have been ruined and i the man a square deal and there does nch was devoted to a debate on the bill Ung the number of recruits to be called the colors caused a rupture between ministers and the Douma which for time to precipitate the olutlon of the House After M Zuraboffi s harangue, In which he declared that under an autocratic egime the army was worthless except against the people, and that it was beaten whenever it engaged In a foreign war, Be ministers withdrew from the House and served an ultimatum on President Golivlne that unless the offensive expres much stock has been Browned >.o hu man lives have been lost so far as can be learned to night Residents of the' T- bottoms were to leave their homes not seem to be much doubt that Missouri her request granted. The modern Valjean is John William Sunday night and several persons were Januar> Thirteen or fourteen years ago, kept in trees all night. One house float- wnen he was just twenty one years old, ed down the Canadian River with a fain- January broke into the post-office at Hen- Uy Insiae occupants were rescued Okla. for the purpose of rob- CLERK TOOK Other Bonds Worth Hidden by Douglas. PLASTNED TO TOO Grew Nervous at Xast Moment and Left ference m the vigor of the governments pursuit and punishment January was caught and tried in the Federal at Guthrie convicted and sentenced to -tears in the penitentiary In prison January -was a model of good behavior He was working for the good- conduct commutation and had come to within eight months of the time hen he would be liberated when he saw a chants to escape and took it. Turned Over New Leaf. He _got clear away from the pursuit and worked his way North After a time he got work on a railroad itli a J Ulg Ululucllt., tAvitvui- J.T i- m. dinarv session of the cabinet, Which Omee Without Taking All M Sfcreted There he got a job on -i treci rallro irt apparently brought matters to an Issue aetween the premier and the reactionary members "Si "his ministry What trans- pired is not known, but at midnight Pre- mier Stolypin summoned M Golovine and informed him that the incident had caused serious friction in the cabinet He hoped, however, a way would be found to-morrow to arrange matters without fatal consequences to the Douma To the Constitutional Democratic steer- ng committee this news brought great relief and no measures on their part will be omitted to-morrow to end the in- cident when the executive session is re sumed Indescribable Pandemonium. The early discussion of the army bill in the Douma to-day stormy but Bundle of Securities Found He was and sobcr har.i by Trust Company of America I" aals After a Long Search. Of the former convict about him He a good fellow and popular tvith %of4tUi  He steadfastly refused to take in politics and would not even vote Kansas City is a red-hot cltv politically There is always a hvel> fight solrg on there on some rioint or other, and In many of them the street railroad men made public after the trustees had de- cided that the public should be informed as to tha full extent of the robbery that was effected by W O Douglass working with broker O M Dennett One of tnp trustees said after the meeting that the figure represented as the interested t, hev had the culmination came at 6 30 p m when M Zuraboff made his speech The scene was one of Indescribable pandemonium Golovine, when he had restored things to a semblance of order, attempted to explain away Zuraboff s words as a criticism of the old army under the old regime, both of which had passed away He then suspended the session for ten minutes, in order allow the passions of the members to cool The recess was protracted for almost two hours, while a series of weighty con- ferences were being held and reports by telephone were made to Premier Stolypin and the Emperor Finally Lieut Gen Rudiger, minister of war. on behalf of his colleagues announced the ministerial ultimatum adding that the Emperor would never stand sucn insults to his faithful army When tha House reassembled, M Golo vine announced that owing to the tumult he had not clearly understood the purport of M Zuraboffs remarks and that after having read the stenographer's report he found the reflection uoon the armv un parliamentary and nadmissible in debate Therefore he deprived ZurabofI of right to the floor and imposed upon him a formal rebuke Criticism Supported. I G Tzeretellr the Social Democrat fro-n Kutals, immediately claimed rec.osnitio-1 He declared M Zuraboff h'd saokei on behalf of the entire Social Democratic fac tion which shared his sentiments The wild tumult again broke loose and the members of the Right refused to permit M Tzereteli to continue President Golovine swung the presl dent's befl frantically, _and was neard to shoat that unless the uproar ceased he wouidy resign, but order was npt restored until the Social Democrats, the Social Revolutionists, and other members of tiiu opposition with 3IJ Tzeretell at their ment set forth, the 'market v of aead filed out of th( At a conference hall M Golov me recjues ted the House to ex press approval of :us course, and this was voted by the r ilnority re- maining The Douma was then adjourned jf tae Social Demo- ciats to-night the advisability of M Zura- boll Immediately qu ttlng St owing to the certunty 6f his being and the dange- of dealt witn in casa challenged to duels his he declined to fight i ras considered The Novemya announces iao appointment of the .governor general of Warsaw, Gen commander-to- chief of the of guard regi- ments and commander of the St. Peters- burg district He replaces Grand Duke Nicholas who is led to re- tire from this dangerous post owing to nis approaching iriarrlagre to Princess Acas- tasia of Montenegro, divorced wife of Duke George of JLecchtenberg- The post carries actual power scarcely second to that held by the minister of war. the securities, but tuat the market value was about 30 per cent lower than the par value and that the loot was really valued at 5SOOOOO The trustee however, made a startling admission t oshow how fortunate the com- pany had been in the matter He said that the company liad recovered a large organizations and worked for their side hotlj but would nev join Oh, I nev took any interest in poli- tics Andeiscr would saj when he was importuned to v6te I care how it turns out. All I want is to 1 old my job He knew that a convict had forfeited amount of securities that p and he would not under- take to vote That was his real reason. Bought Small Restaurant. At length he saved enough money to ouy out a small restaurant near the car of tne street railroad on which Douglass had placed a large bunch of negotiable collateral in a spot where he could return and get them Became Frightened. He grew nervous after his sudden dis- appearance from the loan cage at 10 40 o clock in the morning, and did not get away with the securities The batch he laid away to later take with him are said to have been worth about 5500000 It was onlv after a careful search that these securities were discovered According to a man prominently con- nected with the company, the estimate of the robbery made by Broker Dennett when he told former Mayor Joiiah Quincy, of Boston that his friend haa stolen was not an exaggeration On the, other hard, had not he had worked His principal customers weie his former work mates He stuck to his restaurant as he had to his rail- work, and, as before, he prospered. Then he married. He had met a girl with whom he fell in love and he had Uved so long undetected that he began to believe he was safe So he asked her to ma-rj him, and she did They have one child January "Valjean was making a name for himself as a. sober, Industrfcns, re- speci.able citizen and ?n upright man. ofltcerbc losed he couUl hav P sot far and everj day had proved his honestj awav and with a robbery that on the He worked hard and his business pros- whole would have amounted to ?liOOOOO pered He made enotfgh moi ey to buy The meeting of trustees jit j a hetter business m a more thriving loca- m A offices of the Trust Company of i-m-nea to-day, was well attended It was a meeting of the directors of both the Trust Company of America and the Colon al Trust Companj. The latter company was recently absorbed by or merged with tae Trust Company of America Ho Let-up in Prosecutions. It was simply anrounced at the meet- ing that In fifteen dajs there would be a meeting the stockholders of both the Colonial Trust Company and Of the Trust Compeurj of America, and at that meet- ing a new board of trustees for the en- larged Trust Company of America would be elected After the meeting one of the trustees stated there would be no let up in the prosecution of Douglass and Dennett He sud the trustees were sure these two men were the only ones the robber} could be fixed upon, although it was the opinion of the trustees that a third was verv much implicated This trustee said that it Was believed certain that a cer- tain Boston man had been on intimate terms with Dennett for a long time, and that it was thought very likely that he had Ipiown Douglass for some time VOLCANO INJURES MANY. Torpedo Boat Is Homed to Stromhoh to Assist Persons in Distress. Rome, April Messina great ap- prehension still prevails over the erup- tion of the Stromoll volcano. The cpn- dition of the volcano Is stfll unknown as smoke and fog prevents signals being exchanged between the peninsula and the Island of Stromboli It is reported, however, that i considerable number of person" have been injured as a result of the eruption, and a torpedo boat has been sent to Stromboli with men and material to assist In distress A panic sail prevails in Calabria, and many persons are fleeing from the vil- lages along coast. LA He sold his flrst place for a good pi ice and was looking for a new on3 when he was caught. It happened that a man who had been in the penitentiary at Leavenw orth with him met him OT the sueet ana him. The ex- convict followed Anderson to his res taurant and made himself known An- derson realized at once that he was In the man s hands and lost if the man chose to reveal him The man proposed that they so "down town and have sozna fun" said Anderson. "I have quit an that, am married, and have a family. I don t want to hav e anything to do with v ou Braved Convict's Wrath. Of course Anderson knew ,that that replj was as good as an invitation to the ex-conv.ct to give him away, but that made no difference He had made up his mind to live straight, and if It took him, back to Leavenworth, he would go; ttat was all The conv let knew that there Is a stand- ing reward of iS) for information that Trill leaj to the recapture of escaped prison- ers He got into communication with the prson authorities and promised, M money were forthcoming, to reveal the whereabouts of January. Tne promised, and the Information was given them Thereupon police of CIfy were requested to arrest Anderson. That was done. Two policemen, hatlog their task, took the man they knew to have been a good citizen for nine ycva and locked him up Then it, developed that the convict who had betrayed him .could not the romM be- cause such money cm paid nip -w SPA PI-:   

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