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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1904, Washington, District Of Columbia Washington business men advertise in The Post because it is the paper the people I with northerly fair NOVEMBER 4, 1904.-TWELVE THREE EACH SIDE IN DARK Mere Speculation as to Trend of Independent CARL SCHURZ IS UNCERTAIN Will Not Be Surprised at Election of Roosevelt or Depew Talks Optimistically of Big Re- publican Accessions Up the While Sulzer Declares with Equal Con- that Greater New York Will Give Such a Democratic Majority as to Overcome the Outside Special to The Washington New Nov. knows how the great mass of people will This lack of actual knowledge accounts for much worry the party The so-called silent vote grows larger and larger every swaying majorities and occasionally precipitating No- where is it more of a factor right now than in New State whose toral vota is tho biggest prize In a. As matter of neither national committee is surfeited with reliable information about the drift of things The believing themselves Invincible because of two unprecedented national have carried through a big bluff this Of it is good p< They tho laboring the business the young men's the ind ami all the other able votes are in But with due credit to Chairman superb he and his are not half as wise existing conditions as the outside world might wise they not have been so dis- turbed early this week because of paper put Xew York State in thB if nut in Democratic would they so con- cerned to-day about the Republican for Eleventh-hour Democratic had been so cowed by re- drubbings that not until tho very rve of tho election did they muster age to Republican claims have courage to They are silent or independent vote -n with It is the absolute truth that tho f w closest to Parker have the last four days come to believe that the mountains may topple on to the Republican party next They think Connecticut may go but declare that setts will elect a Democratic governor and give Roosevelt a small The Bay State Democrats remain in recalcitrant mood than in any other Of Xew Xew West and these Democrats have no serious And they resent the gestion that they arc rainbow They base their on evidence oC accessions from the The Impartial continues in the belief that Roosevelt will be elected and that will receive precious few electoral outside of the solid Cannot Tell Anything About It. A of Eastern independents stated this that he was utterly to the trend of It Carl States and of the who i his allegiance between at like all -i lias boon berated 11 Tills i- v lie has been porting Pai ker or a Pi evidential M German at his Hast rs i street the trend of t. independent vote H as as i emerge fiom rnv and talk with people about I hear of crats who are going to vote for and of Republicans who will vote Bun I confess my inability to frame nil intelligent opinion on the out- I walk in tlie park and meet a friendly He tells me this and that about the and then sagely adds that tho silent vote win decide you gather anything about the tendency of the German was again I am all at he an- know they axe changing their some one way and some I tell you I shall riot be surprised if Roosevelt Is nor shall I be prised if It is Depew on Here in Xew York there is no end of conjecture about the vote up the Republicans are very boastful of what it will and they are likewise Senator who came to the city oay to attend a meeting of New York Central says the up-State vote be as large as tho best McKiniey and may exceed it a He is maKing a remarkable record this year on the is undoubtedly the star Republican orator in up-State There are Republicans trying to oust him from the all aeree that he is still a very effective before Xew York his forty-eighth campaign on the and his twelfth Presidential weeks he has an of 400 miles daily and passed most of on railroad that pretty good for a man of he with a show of pride at his in his New York I that 4'i per of the Gold will vote said tu the up-State r per are for v. e make up that loss from the votes uf Democrats who are business men and for business want no change of government In some of the western counties we shall gain ly over the McKiniey Chautauqua County will give an Republican vote of which is the home county of Lieut. Gov. will give about the cans are figuring on a. gain of 30 per in some but I think 10 per will be nearer They are ly enthusiastic about what they can That is the case in Monroe I spoke at in that last is not one of the enthusiastic said men yell and hurrah and carry but all the same the Interest is the audiences are and they listen to end of the will be elected he his vote will be smaller than In this State there are a good many men who have the habit of voting Republican on national issues and Democratic on State Sulzer and His Down in the other end of the city to-day was Representative William also a fluent who has gained no mean reputation during his as a many member of He has justly a strong hold upon his East Side which Includes the Xew York with more Jews than there are in He is always feeling the pulse of those toiling who know the sterner eide of His suite of rooms in a splendid office building near the Battery look upon as fine a marine view as there is in all He has a force of clerks at work mailing speeches and documents in big ment Printing Office and mail bags fill every corner and are also piled on that reach up to the Vch is fringed with framed lithographs and likewise si But with his own busy and he is now making six or seven speeches Mr. Sulzer has found time to speak He has spoken ex- in Xew rnd West election will prove a surprise in favor of said are a million and a half of silent voters in this They do not come out to meetings and take no part in campaign but they think about the issues and make up their minds This year they will be for State is absolutely safe for him by between and Tammany is working with all the energy and that means a tremendous Democratic vote in this The party organization has been strengthened up tho which means that illegal voting there will Tie re- Republicans will not be allowed to import Canadians along the northern border and Pennsylvania along the border to the same extent as in years gone Sulzer was active in behalf of measures for the relief of oppressed brews in Roumania and being prominent on committees that visited the He does not agree with the claims the administration now makes to having been foremost in pressing the for Ha and his colleagues on the committee claim credit for suggesting the methods by which It brought to the Czar's at- They say Mr. Roosevelt em- rejected the plan when first presented to but when they finally Why Belmont's Smile There was an interesting incident day at national It is no secret in inner Democratic cles that Mr. August Belmont is much ei of late over Parker's entered his office wearing a smile that apparently would not come ofC Ho remarked something about ing the Republican party on the A little later information was him that sixty-four negroes had registered in his which is In the heart of the well-to-do residence and that exactly one-half of them were many of them Washington City This did not please Mr. many to be prepared to every one of these colored Over on Sixth avenue to-night Perry Carson was holding He bad dis- carded tho old white for a silk splendid enough for a Wall street With a rod felt which is his j in tho lapol of a fine frock tho head of tho Invincibles loomed up Ho and another col- ored of more were grappling with a doubting As the elevated trains thundered past they were striving to convince can't scare our col- ored people by talk of pinching said going to vote But there ain't any ton among State is sure for he J Col. Perry confessed that he proposed to stay in this town till next Tuesday E. W. HILL IN NEW DENIED RY PARKER Standard Oil Not Treasurer for the OVATIONS IN CONNECTICUT Candidate Talked to Four Large and Enthusiastic Immense Throng Acted as Volunteer cort at of can Alliance with Trusts After you's Appointment ard Oil Declared to Be Working for President Roosevelt's President of Demoralizing Army by Promoting N. Nov. Hall was packed to-night to hear Charles C. the Democratic candidate for and David B. of New Mr. Black spoke briefly on equal Senator was warmly and his reference to Judge Parker brought He said It was his first appearance in this part of New and that he appeared in behalf of a party which had a history that ran back to the Revolution and Thomas was not why he asked the port of the people for the It was because the party proposed to do things in the and not what It had done In the that commended it to the he The country needs a and tive for its Chief It is weary of sensational and spectacular performances In the In time of war It needs a soWter at the bead of the in time of peace It needs In the Executive chair a man of peace to enforce the laws of Jhe It needs a sighted official who can discern the difference be- tween mere popular clamor and genuine public one knows and respect tha limitations of and one who will not always a chip on his or a in his but who In tha highest and test be the vant of the people and not assume to be their one who has not with voluble tongue and silly pen traduced and ridiculed nearly every one of his predecessors in one will not violate international law nor seek to deprive weaker nations of their on the other when the cause of humanity at be as mild and gentle a sulking If the British lion roars from across the one will improve the morale of the army and not de- moralize it by the promotion of favorites over the heads of gallant and meritorious whom the country to have The man for the hour is the candidate whom we hawe that distinguished Brooks of Xew Mr. in paid a high tribute to the character and services ot the Vice Henry G. Nov. astic audiences greeted Judge Parker on his only visit to this State in the and in several of the places through special train passed he was given rousing Impromptu The Democratic candidate left New York during the forenoon and speed was slackened at Stamford and South walk before the special train reached where the first stop was The principal speech of the trip was in this city the other receptions were New and their .an address was made from the rear end of the This speech dealt with the question of and the candidate vigorously denied the charge that the Standard Oil Company is the financial sponsor of tlie Democratic declaring that the company's inter- ests are with the Republican in this city was one of the of the campaign in this Judge Parker was given a warm welcome from the moment he reached the city at 6 p. m. When the special train bearing the judge and his the candidate for governor and lieutenant and a special committee of prominent arrived at the union station several sand persons gathered to greet the He was driven through the crowds to the Hartford where the town committee were the hosts at Immense Crowd The meeting was held in the opera which was filled long before 8 the hour set to call the meeting to Democrats from all parts of the State came and the for the audience were entirely The candidate first was greeted a demonstration on the arrival at tho tion of the special train from New where the Hubbard escort was in He was immediately driven to tlie Hartford where dinner was with Mr. J. Howard Morse as the An Informal reception but be- fore it was over a. great had ered outside to serve as a volunteer cort to the opera It be- fore the Presidential candidate appeared to face the which proved to be the most demonstrative of any he had faced the The ovation lasted eighteen most of the audience being on their feet shouting while hundreds of them waved With Judge Parker was Judge the gubernatorial and Charles E. the presiding Mr. Parker was welcomed to Hartford by the chairman in a short speech which called forth a personal tribute from the candidate Judge Parker is a very great pleasure to meet you in such large I want to thank your chairman for the admirable way he has presented the issues of the I have listened to many but to none more powerful than the one from your I want to thank you for your cordial I went to son Square Garden a few nights and it was twenty-six minutes before I had a chance to be Measured by the square I think Hartford beats son I to New sey the next night and appeared at three meetings with the same The chairman tried to stop the audiences from put it could not be Amendment All was introduced as the candidate for the and a man In the gallery offered an amendment that I would be the next President of the United The amendment was If the same feeling exists in New New and three doubtful States which are likely to hold the balance of power in this the amendment was all want to say a word for I am not making this for but I am doing what I think is Tour chairman said I left the bench to enter this It was the saddest day of my for I loved tae As the nomination came from the party I I believed I could not I thank you for your very cordial I do not take it as coming to me for I know that way down in your hearts you are interested in the cause which I He then took up his prepared The second speaker was Michael J. of who dwelt at length upon the questions of imperialism and Of the former subject he secure the triumph of the tional government the Democratic party appeals to every American who places the welfore ot his country and pride In her glory above On the trust Mr. Ryan among other industrial system is breeding princes and There Is widespread The strike of spinners in Fall River the miners of Pennsylvania and the terrible scenes enacted in defiance of law and outraged humanity In Colorado are but rumblings of the seething Judge Parker held informal receptions after each of his meetings and shook hands during the day and evening with several thousand He remained over night In Hartford as the guest of J. Howard Democratic candidate for Congress in the First Connecticut He will start on his return trip to New Tork at 7 a. m. to-morrow on his special train over the New New Haven anil Denies Trust The only rear platform address made by Judge Parker was when his train stopped at Meriden for five on the way to It was an im- in which he flayed the Republican party because of the financial LIKE A CRAZY MALAY Secretary Wilson Denounces Parker's IGNORANT AS TO THE FACTS Head of Agricultural Department Defends Roosevelt and Cortelyou Against Candidate's Charges Concerning Campaign Bliss Is the Parker Dare Not Nov. of the Department of In an ad- dress at a mass meeting conducted by the Scandinavian Republican clubs of Chicago at the Auditorium Theater I night accused former Judge Alton B. the Democratic nominee for j of making in his recent speeches in the tary asserted that former Judge Parker's remarks relative to the pines were and his assertions concerning President ly made in recent were as Mr. Bliss and not Chairman Cortelyou collected Republican campaign Secretary spoke as Parker says the President pointed his private Secretary Cortelyou of the new department of Commerce and Labor so that he might obtain tion and then had him appointed chairman of the Republican Committee so that Cortelyou might mail the corporations for campaign McKiniey Selected creation of this department was suggested by the Board of Trade and urged by the business men generally throughout the country long before the law creating it was It was dent McKiniey who first recommended it to Congress and it was he who Mr. Cortelyou as Its first so that through him the President could direct Its President iey died by the hand of the assassin and when President Roosevelt took the oath of office he promised to carry out the McKiniey He has done and this among work of the Department of Com- merce and Labor had been only well be- gun when the desiring a clean favored the appointment of Mr. Cortelyou as national and the national committee appointed removing him entirely from the ment of Commerce and Labor and pointing Mr. Metcalf Secretary of that department In his Blundering Attacks on Men of does not handle nor distribute campaign Mr. does and Parker dare not attack Bliss in Xew Parker Is ignorant of these he attacks In a blundering ner Roosevelt and just as he misstated the facts about the expenditures in the hoping to reach the White House through the remarkable attacks on men of honor and honesty ever witnessed by the American This is the time in our tory that a candidate for the has set his shut his doubled his fist and ran amuck against Innocent people as the crazy Malay S. Republican candidate for governor of also ODELL ATTACKS He Also Declares that Parker Has Dodged Questions About Xew Nov. 3. Odell made several speeches In New York City the first one at the Republican where a meeting was held to which Invitations had been extended to bers of the various college clubs of the At a mass meeting In the Amsterdam Opera Gov. Odell referred to his challenge to Judge Parker to tell If had ever been connected with a and when the reporters put the question to Ihe hadi declined to answer It. was reading the Law Journal he I found a decision written by Judge Parker In June In which he laid down the most drastic lines of law affecting the trust where fraud had been I honor him for It because I think that It Is a step In the right but what would have been the case if It had been known when he wrote the If he had been a that he held stock in the shipbuilding Do you think if he had been a lican judge he would have escaped fication and abuse by that that prince of that hater of David B. to Philippine Nov. 3. Tire Philippine sion has granted the right of eminent main to railroad companies holding j Baltimore and Return B. O. K. K 1 Saturday and All trains both j both except Royal Attorney General jts if Com- mon Law Has Any N. Nov. Attorney eral H. Moody a large crowd here He said in Parker said In a recent ance that it was not questioned by the that a Democratic administration will enforce the I am not in the confidence of and do not know what their doubt if they are much terrified by Judge Parker's ment that the common law affords a complete remedy for the 1 doubt if any lawyer In the land agrees with Judge Parker In this and lie has never made It plain by what rules of common law any action for the pression of trusts may be taken into the Federal No action in this re- spect ever has been taken by the ad- ministration under the rules of common and in all discussions in and elsewhere no suggestion has hitherto been made that the common law affords any remedy against combinations of cap- ital available for use by the there is nothing In the record of the last Democratic which give trusts much cause to fear a repetition of Mr. Moody then pointed out that former President Cleveland's Attorney Mr. thought the Sherman anti- trust act was of doubtful legality and as his record Mr. Moody spoke highly of the work of ney General who succeeded alluding to the decision in the trans- Missouri YALE CHEERS FOR TAFT Ridicules Parker's Reliance on Moral LESSON OF f HE EASTERN WAR President He Typifies the Yale Denies Charges of Administration Extravagance Judge Parker Accused of Unfair Use Policy New Nov. of War H. Taft was the principal speaker at the final Republican rally in this city in the Hyperion He was a warm and was to the the applause continuing several minutes he arose to The was so large that by orders of the fire marshal the doors were and hundreds were unable to gain admission several minutes before the meeting The top gallery was for Yale who ed the wait for the speakers with ing ana Secretary in said that there was no of defending President Roosevelt before a college or one whose Intelligence had led them to read and informing themselves upon the great questions of the Aftel various complimentary references to Yale and the Yale which he said ident Roosevelt typifies though not a Yale he took up the charges by Parker of by the Republican quoting figures relating to the several military departments of the and charging Parker with being unfair In the use he made of such figures with which he was Defends the The speaker ridiculed Judge Parker's suggestion that Instead of fortifying the ports of the country and adding to the navy and this country should rely upon moral He further Judge Parker seriously mean that we should disband our small destroy our sink our juet for the sake of using moral suasion upon er nations should danger of hostilities In view of what Is now happening between Russia and Japan that sort of advice seems hardly He said the American people have spoken In support of of the Monroe and that the possible way of enforcing It and of country against danger of attacks Is to be ready with a means of He added that the guns now mounted call for an artillery arm of but that only men are In the artillery and yet If war should come two or three times men would be In spoke on the whole Philippine beginning with the advent of the Spaniards Into the Islands and ending with the Influx of American capital and of 1.000 American school He charged Judge Parker and the campaign speakers being guilty of In their charges ot cor- hurled against self-sacrificing men and women in the government schools of the 81.25 To Baltimore and Pennsylvania Saturday and Tickets good on all trains ex- cept Congressional and good for return FUTURE OF FAIRBANKS Story that He Might Not Re- tire from WILL QUALIFY IF ELECTED Existence of a Democratic Legislature in Indiana Will Not Interfere with His Assumption of the Office of Vice ident if tions Feature of Day's Tour of Nov. twenty speeches were made to-day by Senator Charles W. Fairbanks in ern beginning at Bloomington in the morning and ending with a largo and enthusiastic evening meeting at Terre College demonstrations were notable features of the day's students turning out la large numbers at and During the day the Senator was accompanied by Capt. William E. of and a part of the time by Congressman Charles B. In a. brief speech at Newport Senator Fairbanks denied a published report that in the event of the Democrats carrying the Indiana legislature he would refrain from qualifying as Vice if and would remain in the In his speech at Crawfordsville he In are obliged in a few days to de- clare our to some political It matters not what we say here or what think here political but vt Is important what we do at the on next If we aro in favor of Republican policies and their we must so de- clare our potent judgment at tho College Boys observe that there our countrymen who are greatly the subject of When I heard the enthusiastic cheers that caroy up from the boys of Wabash College I did not discover In their manifestations of kindly interest any apprehension as to the future of the Republican party has been the best friend of republican institutions we have had since the time of George It knows something what this republic stands In a serious the bitterness of which has faded and I hope is gone the Republican party stood for national It stood for the maintenance of the supremacy of one flag in the United Roosevelt stands for the same policies for which William iey I see you have heard that name My you will hear much of it in the Theodore Roosevelt is carrying forward the cies of not only In the United but is carrying for- ward his policies in the do not blame our Democratic friends for trying to erect an issue In the I do not really blame them for undertaking to win the minds of the American people from a contemplation of Democratic mistakes at home by crying Imperialism in ne Philippine CULLOM SPEAKS IN Calls Hill a and De- mands Nov. Shelby M. Cullom to-night spoke in Cairo on Discussing the ment of colored voters In the he said that some day the people of this country were going to and see that the negro got his He said he voted for the fourteenth and fifteenth and that he never did a. thing In his fife that he was prouder of. He adversely criticised the Democratic and charged that Parker's tele- gram to the St. Louis convention was a cut and dried fixed up by David B. whom he alluded to as a and other Gold Democrats of the East. He said William J. Bryan was the greatest man in the Democratic be- cause he stood by his Boy Shoots Nov. 3. Charles aged twelve living near killed his sister aged fifteen with a shotgun this after- The girl wanted her brother to go to A companion began teasing him and Quest pointed a gun at The weapon went and the full load of shot struck the sister in the killing her almost Quest was arrested and placed in the county jail He says he did not mean to kill any For Point and Take Superb Steamers Of Norfolk Steamboat foot 7th st p. connecting at Norfolk with steamers for New York Boston by See page 9. 2390. 1.25 Baltimore and Return B. O. R. R. Every Saturday and Tickets good returning until Sunday INDEX TO In Parker Repudiates Standard Scored by Secretary Taft Answers the Fairbanks Denies a Morgan Gives Stolen Cope to Port Arthur Near Its Girl Held by Gain in Canadian Connecticut Davis in of Editorial Gossip of European Talks with Hotel and and Other John Morley Talks of Auther of to Speak and Building's TERRIFIC Japanese Losses Greater Than in Previous PORT ARTHUR'S FALL NEAR GIVES COPE TO ITALY Morgan Surrenders the Priceless STOLEN FROM ASCOLI CHURCH New York Millionaire Says He Purchased the Cope in Good Now in South Museum Finest Specimen of French Thirteenth tury Art of Its Kind Now Gen. Forces Said to Occupy Commanding Bombardment So Fierce that Streets of Dalny Tremble as from an Earthquake Stoessel Reported Capture of Three Mountain holds Engagement in Said to Be New ancient cope wrs stolen from the Cathedral of two years ago and later purchased by J. Pierpont has been presented to the Italian government by Mr. The tation was made through Baron Edmondo des the Italian who called by appointment on Mr. gan in this city The cope is now i in the Victoria ana Albert Museum at South to which It I here was loaned by Mr. In announcing that th J precious relic was to be presented to his Baron des Planches paid a high ment to Mr. Morgan and said that the im- portance of the event from an Italian point of view could not be announcement will be received with the keenest satisfaction by all said the cacy of the situation which followed the purchase of the cope by Mr. Morgan was fully his voluntary offer to present relic to the Italian ment was gladly It was a most gracious act upon Mr. Morgan's part and will win for him the gratitude of the whole Italian Bought in Good Ambassador des said that shortly after he was invited by to open negotiations with Mr. Morgan looking to eventual return of the cope the Litter intimated that if only he could bo sure that the relic was stolen he would not hesitate in it In tho hands of its Finally the meeting between the Ambassador and Mr. gan was arranged for Mr. pan then announced his He tald that he felt justified in making the chase at the time he He had no son to question the right of possession to the relic from the person from whom he made the and it was received by him and loaned to the Victoria and bert Museum in pood He valued the possession very but in view of the discussion and question of rightful possession which had arisen ho had mined to settle the entire matter by pre- senting It to the Italian Some time may elapse before the relic actually comes into possession of the the as it must be released from tho museum at South Kensington In the usual History of the The cope presented by Pope las IV to his native It is a French work of tho thirteenth century and is one of the finest specimens of tial art of that period that has been pre- In 1902 the copa was stolen from the Cathedral of Ascoli while repairs were being made on the Kvery effort to trace it or discover tho thieves failed until when a letter appeared in the Giornale from the director of the galleries of that the cope was on exhibition at the South Kensington where it appeared as the property of well-Known American A month later a was caused at Ascoli when Mgr. the and several priests were to Russians pear before court which was gating the theft of the Two davs later a photographer had boon arrested in connection with had committed suicide by hanging in his loft a note ing- that he was innocent and intimating the real thief was one high in ian The search lor thf culprit or culprits has since boon conducted with considerable but no trace has been Daily Chefoo telegraphing says the Japanese losses during the on Port Arthur were heavier than on any one of the previous The he was so fierce that the streets of Dalny wera said to tremble as though from an The same paper's correspondent Gen. under date of 2, says that the indications are that a rific engagement is about to A dispatch to a news agency from Petersburg says commander of the Russian troops at Port is reported to be wounded In Great Fortress 3, p. is The correspondent of the Associated received tha reliability of which is beyond that the Japanese now occupy which place the east side of the town at their The last assault has for them positions which insure their ability to enter the main forts ever they are The Japanese calculate that if the siane do not surrender will capable of prolonging the righting by making their final stand at and Tigers Tail for a month with the mere hope of continuing the Long before the second Pacific squadron arrives in the the Japanese it Is now over tha wrecked This will end Viceroy dream of an unconquerable The Japanese have not occupied tho main forts and highest points of the east OUTLAWS NEAR BAD Slayers of Bank Cashier Believed to Be of Big Horn came in night from the chase after the outlaws who attempted to rob the First National Bank of Cody and killed Cashier Mid- daugh last He had a conference with Sheriff of Fremont and the two officers will leave again in the morning for the Bad in the but they occupy in overwhelming numbers positions which will enable them to drive the Russians back whenever they When the Japanese occupy tho eastern ridge of the will completely dominate the other Russian forts with their Capture of Mountains Japanese arriving from Dalny to-day report that the Japanese have captured Mountain and which lies between the railroad and lung They also report the Japanese have East Conservative the in- tense desire of the Japanese tor good news on tho Emperor's receive tho above reports with ing the capture of and the report is not considered but Japanese pay that if is not Intended to occupy East In August the Japanese In entering East was related in these dispatches at that but under the concentrated tiro of the other forts they werp compelled to re- Japanese officers here that it is impossible to hold and i that therefore an attempt on that position i presumably a n I Japanese occupied the Russian on Mountain it is said that a current of water into the but that the Japanese lieUt fa t. Previous to Japanese shells ex- two land mines on A censored dispatch from the Press correspondent with the army does not give any particulars of a. general engagement on at Port Ar- but it is certain that it occurred ami that some forts Terrific explosions heard here Indicate Russians have exploded mines other Beginning the Headquarters of the Third Army in Front of Port Nov. 2, by way of 3, 2 p. m. Japanese are now in a position to commence the beginning of the end of tha operations to capture the eastern fortified Their siege park has been com- by the placing of 11-inch During the night of October 29 all the re- serves advanced through a network of trenches in front of the eastern fortified from tbe south of to the and de- vicinity of Tarby east of the Big of and to the west of Horn where Fenton believes he has the outlaws The officers will endeavor to prevent the robbers from penetrating the interior of the Bad 1 for once their capture would be- come an extremely hazardous During the day posses patrolled the open country between Gooseberry and Owl The fact developed to-day that the out- laws after leaving Cody Tuesday traveled the main county road to within miles of this then i made a detour to the southwest and entered the main road again six They have since been traveling by the main This boldness on the part cannot be accounted A special from Cody says that William F Cody will not join the man He will leave to-morrow with his English and other guests for a hunt in the northwest of Nov. report that Federal government had a large amount of money on deposit in the local the funds to be used on the com- of the big irrigation was a The ment Has at no time had funds on de- 811.OO i And Leave B. O. R. R. station I 8 a. m. November 6. Beautiful scenery en lung called by the Japanese The bombardment began at dawn tober 30, and infantry attacks were planned at noon against an intrenched hill between the east of and the east of and on three St. 4, a. is a scarcely veiled feeling of relief throughout St. Petersburg that the day has passed without bringing news of the fall of Port There bad been con- fear that the Japanese push home the final attack It is now felt that there may come another riod of DETAILS OF LONG Japanese Lost Men in General Lasting Six Headquarters Army in Froni via desperate but futile Third Japanese t 2, 1 the six assault on Port Ar- from 19 to August 26, CONTINUED ON THIRD PAGE Singers and public speakers will find 1 Cure a a effectual cure
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