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Indianapolis Press (Newspaper) - August 9, 1900, Indianapolis, Indiana The my Iasi afo iils press thursday at Gist 9, 1900. L. S. Ayre its its created t>ix1r$buierj to try goods quot Bhe men a main a out. They re learning How convenient it is to step jus within Ana be confronted by an affable Salesman and an attractively stylish array furnishings. They re learning also that Ayres prices Are persuasively reasonable. Three specials for Friday Balbriggan underwear Light weight shirts drawers All sizes. 19c Good Drill drawers with elastic Ankles a big 50c Worth. So a lot $1.25 and 11.50 night shirts made fancy Madras and White Nain Sook Choice excellent Black socks yarn dyed with without White feet a pair. 25cgrftnd rites for deft King funeral Humbert Italy imposing thousand troops line streets fifty spectators injured in panic fora Short time the famous lace hours daily from 10 to 1, from 2 to 6 and from 7 to 8. Itie Pooia Loxi rooms iss Iso important notice . Perin will give a lecture Palm i Istre next sunday night in Parlord at i the Denison. Tickets can be secured free charge personally from . P Eric. It is warm in summer change says a Hans no promised. Chief happen Hans the. Oather Bureau does not give much encouragement to the inquisitive people Itiat Call him up Over the Telephone to ask quot if the weather s going to get any quot Queerest thing in the world quot said the chief this morning quot that Indianapolis never understand Why the weather is hot in the summer time. Ever since i be l Een Here in Indianapolis about thirty years the temperature has been High during the summer months. If there is anything in the world that can be done to keep the temperature Down i be never discovered it. Unless i m much mistaken the Sunshine has something to do with it and the Lack Snow and other Cooling . Happen Hans thermometer showed that the weather was not to warm last night As preceding nights this week and that at 7 clock this morning the temperature was five degrees lower than at the same time yesterday Morring this does not Neces Baxlly mean the quot. Thi weather is going to be any Coolter however. The indications Are for continued almost any to Feather Story. Rome aug. 9.�?the train bearing the remains King Humbert arrived Rome at 6 30 clock this Forenoon. From Daybreak 20,0 0 troops lined the streets and reserves were encamped in the Public squares. Everywhere there was an excl Billon Force intended to cow the anarchists. A sudden movement among the crowd in the Rue Nazionale apparently the cause a temporary panic. Fifty per sons were injured in the crush that ensued. On the arrival the funeral train company soldiers entered the car and bore the coi Ket to the main Hall the station which was Hung with Black drap Ings. The Colln was then carried into the Street acid placed a Srun Carriage for conveyance to the i pantheon. The streets through which the funeral cortege passed were jammed with people who were held in line by cordons soldiers and police All the buildings along the route were draped Heally in funeral procession. The procession headed by naval and military contingents representing every Branch the italian service. Following these were Dele Evitea from All the italian cities members the judiciary senators and Deini les. After these rame the High Start officers 200 members the clergy the diplomatic corps and the knights the order the Anuno Natii ii. were carriages the Orfirer the household Antl behind them the members the rival family in a state Carriage decorated a Smth badges mourning. Signor Sarac Ltd the Premier walked to the right the Curi uses. Along the whole line March masts i covered with Eye refs boughs and Palms had bet n erected and crepe roped i Between then. The crowd stood Bare i headed and during the passage i the Proetz Sion. The Day was Cloudy but the Pun broke through at intervals i the the King was a most impressive ceremony. The archbishop Reggio officiated and an elaborate mass was said. The great Hall the Palace ? hoped with wreaths from All Points Royal Tomb in pantheon. The Panther was splendidly Hung with Black increase apr its natural impressive som.bernes.-. The Church was darkened and blazing torches played the scene with weird effect. A hidden limelight illuminated the Tomb Victor Emmanuel ii and Humbert s Catalf Aljue bristled with lighted candles. Queen Margherita Queen Helena and their ladies in waiting awaited the arrival the coffin in the Church. During the service the widowed Queen frequently put her handkerchief to her eyes. At the conclusion the mass the body the King was imm ured in the Royal attack King. During the panic that occurred As the King s remains were passing the Duke Costa and the count Turin believing that some danger threatened the Young King rushed to his filide with i l a toils ? i Wawn swords. The cavalry also dashed Likely to break Loose and reach High c at 7 Forward and formed a hollow Square around the King. A notable group foreign personal representatives participated in the funeral procession including Prince Henry Prussia the grand Duke Peter Russia and the Duke anarchist placards. This morning warm and fair yesterday s official forecast for today continued warm fair weather. Of Niclai forecast for tonight and tomorrow i Jill Anapolle and Vicinity continue a warm Itter weather tonight and Friday. For Indiana fair tonight and Friday High . S. Weather Bureau. 7 a. Temperature today. 77 corresponding Day 189. 65 lie latiff humidity today. 37 noon. So 79 42 2 p. A 92 81 40general conditions. High barometric pressure continues from beyond the lakes southward to the Gulf Mexico and near the Northern Pacific coast the storm area extending from Manitoba and Minnesota southwestward to Mexico and the Southern Pacific coast remained Central Over Western South Dakota. To great change in temperature occurred it Rose slightly East that Rocky mountains West the mountains it fell except near the Pacific coast. Local rain fell from i.,Ake Superior Westward in Western Texas and near the new England elsewhere. Obsen talons taken by the u. S. Weft thet Bureau at 8 a. M., 75th Meridian time stations. Bar. Temp. Weth. Atlanta a. 20.16 76 Clear Boston mass. ¿-9.90 78 Chicano 111. 30.12 76 Cincinnati 0. 30.20 76 Clear Cleveland 030.14 76 Columbus . W.20 74 Clear Denver Colo. 2i .78 62 Clear Detroit Mich. 30.u 76 Clear Elpaso tax. 29.90 68 Clear Helena Mont. 29.98 50 Clear , Fla. 30.12 76 Clear Kan Sas City. To. 30.10 74 Clear Loul Kville by. 30.20 76 Clear Memphis tenn. 30.15 78 Clear Moorhead Minn. 29.88 66 Cloudy new Orleans. La. 30.12 78 Clear new York City. 29.98 78 Clear Norfolk a. 30.04 82 Clear Omaha neb. 29.96 74 Clear , a. 30.12 78 Clear Quappelle Aason. 29.76 56 Cloudy st. , to. 30.18 78 Clear st. Paul Minn. 29.90 74 rain san Antonio Tex. 30.02 74 Cloudy Santa be n. A. 28.90 60 Cloudy Springfield iii. 30.18 74 Tampa Fla. 30.12 76 Clear Avag Hington p. 80 Clear quot quot quot quot quot quot c. F. R. Happen Hans local for Cut weather. For the Twenty it four Boun end inf at s a. M., Auguet 9, 1900 cities. A Max. Auburn. 88 Bloomington. 93 Cambridge City.92 Columbus .93 Farmland .92 Indianapolis .92 Lafayette. 93 Logansport .91 Marlon .�4 Vincennes. »5 Wasabi Norton. 98 to Man. R fall. Weth. Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear it cloy Clear Clear Clear Clear a maa mum trap armature for yesterday. Tinl mum tem Taratura for Twenty for hours Eod Lnu f a. C. R. N. weather gleanings. There were two deaths and four Prostran tons at Toledo. 0�?z yester Ajr. Nine deaths and thirteen prostrations occurred in Chicago yesterday. The temperature was above 90 All Day. The maximum at Pitts Burgr pa., yesterday was 96, Makl Nir it the hottest place in the United states. There were two deaths and ten quot reds quot Nail manifesto door King s Palace. Brussels aug. 9.�?a number , some them believed to have come Here from America Are in Brussels and the precautions to protect King Leopold have been redoubled. Anarchist placards were found the King s Palace and several Pii bloc buildings. The notice the Palace which was nailed to the door reads quot in 18�8 seven Hundred and eighty five workmen were condemned to 1,269 years imprisonment and 700 workmen were assassinated in the streets Milan. The starving workers and our murdered Brothers in Italy have been avenged by Brescol. Vive Brescol Vive i anarchic death to the Middle arrested at a Richmond. Richmond va., aug. 9.�?alexander Brasil an italian Marble Cutter was arrested Here yesterday complaint leading italians that he was an anarchist and had threatened to throw a bomb in the Cathedral during memorial services for King Humbert. He bears a striking resemblance to Brescol the Bryan Rod through the qty when the head the line carriages reached the Corner Ohio and Meridian streets what promised to be an exciting incident was averted by the genial Bryan. An unusual amount cheering greeted him there and he was bowing Ana smiling when a costless Labouring Man in a Black and red checked shirt displayed More than an Ordinary desire to shake the hand the nebraskan. Somebody yelled quot anarchist quot and the police struggled with the fellow. Or. Bryan showed no fear and called to the patrolmen to let the Man come. They Shook hands and then the worker wanted to Tell just How it was going to happen. Or. Tag Gart with a frown waved to the ready still talking the Man was pushed Back into the crowd. When the speeches were Over at military Park the party notables stepped Down from the platform to take the carriages and mayor Taggart and John i. Martin oversaw the loading As they had done at the grand hotel. Two Happy democrats saw an Opportunity in a Carriage quickly and sat Down with As much dignity As the big Fellows. Taggart quot caught quot in a fifty. Quot get out there you Don t belong there quot he shouted at them. They did not move. Thereupon the mayor grabbed them one at a time and uttering quot get out Here quot threw them out. Just before the Bryan contingent reached the Federal building a Man dressed in his sunday Best appeared with a child his shoulder. The child was frantically waving a Small Flag. As the carriages Caine opposite them one the frequent halts occurred. Seeing his Opportunity the Man crowded Forward and the child reached out the Flag. With a smile thanks and a few words . Bryan accepted it. The two big men leading the Continentals in the Parade yesterday were a. D. Rinker and Daniel Butcher former patrolmen discharged by mayor tag Gart s Board safety the incident furnished a great Deal amusement to those that recognized them. Rinker is a Democrat and Butcher a Republican. Rode in a Carriage with him and other prominent persons and he secured for her one the Best seats the platform at the Park. She wept when mayor Taggart in his welcoming speech alluded to the Virtues her husband. A pretty scene was enacted As the procession passed the Marlon club. The building was tastefully decorated but Mckinley lithographs were freely sprinkled about the windows. When . Brvan s Carriage reached the club a mighty clapping hands began. Or. Bryan bowed and smiled while t. Taggart waved his hand. A whooping feed Man togged in All his barbarous finery yelled As the procession passed Capitol Avenue and new York Street. He was perched High up a barrel. Bryan jr., manifested a marked interest in the Indian and pointed him out to his father and Mother. The girls from the Gem laundry were Well organized for the candidate when he appeared at their place. They were All at the curb and As the Carriage passed they one regularly organized yell ror Bryan. It was mrs. Bryan who waved Back s judges newspapers unite in making sensational charges. Havana aug. 9.�?the newspapers Havana unanimously criticise and condemn the corrupt condition the cuban judiciary system. They charge that judges and other members the courts have been receiving fees for cases coming to trial which they themselves have to decide. The Post and Lucha agree with the policy. Of governor general Wood in regenerating the administration Justice modifying the procedure in Force and making careful selection members the judiciary. The Post charges the cuban judiciary with having a compact organization extending Over the entire system so perfect that quot corruption is conducted with absolute course Goebel Bullet expert gives testimony to break state s theory. Ball in tree could not have been fired from Powers office defense property Man who married miss Stude Baker in trouble. Los Angeles cal., aug. 9.�?attachment papers for $35,000 have been served Scott Mckeown san Francisco who was recently married to miss Dorothy Studebaker South Bend ind. He built a new House in Figueroa Street tarnishing it luxuriantly. C. J. Cuba Oli attached the House for an unpaid Bill then other creditors turned up with claims for furnishings. It is said that Mckeown has $50,000 $60,000 assets his own but they Are temporarily tied up and Are out reach the creditors All whom except the contractors Are unsecured. Georgetown ky., aug 9.�?consultation by attorneys for the defense caused delay at the opening the Powers trial this morning and it was expected they would finish their testimony today. Engineer Coalman was recalled and sex go v. Brown made a statement that the witness was mistaken in calculations that he offered yesterday afternoon because he had understood that the fall the Bullet through Zoebel s body was 17.16 inches alien it was really 13.16 inches. Brown asked that Coalman be allowed to Correct his testimony and calculations. The witness said quot the rate fall from the window Sill to the Hole in the Hack Berry tree is 13.16 an Inch per foot. I made my calculations the drop 17.10 in the distance inches which is equal to a drop 13.16 inches in a foot. The Bullet fired from a window Sill falling at the rate 13.16 inches per foot would have struck the ground Long before it reached the spot where Goebel is supposed to have stood. Dropping at that rate the Bullet after passing through the body would have struck in the Fountain and reversing the conditions and drawing a straight line from the Point exit to the Point a Trence and continuing it to the executive building. It would strike six feet and half an Inch above the Sill the window the Secretary state s office. The Crade from the front Gate to the Steps the Capitol is three fourths an Inch to the theory the expert. Witness continued quot if fired from the second window the Secretary state s office the Bullet dropping at the rate 13-16 Inch per foot would strike the ground sooner than if fired from the Corner Cross examination witness exhibited a profile the surface the ground Over which the Bullet would have passed. From the Corner window the second Rotor the fall per foot would have been Over two inches. The line from the second Story window to the Hole in the Hack Berry tree would have passed fourteen feet five inches above the pavement. The Elevation the line from the window the Secretary state s office al Ove the Nail supposed to indicate a spot where senator Goebel fell was four feet one Inch. The latter Elevation referred to the second window while the Elevation from the first window would be four feet 3-16 inches. Prof. J. J. Rucker Georgetown said he went to Frankfort with Engineer Coalman tuesday and quot then he made a statement corroborating the testimony Given by Sparks denies stories. Yesterday afternoon James Sparks county i Aurel county denied having predicted Kiebel s death and declared that he had not said that gov. Taylor had made out pardons in adv Suice. He acknowledged that he had once been convicted murder and that he had been indicted for the illegal Sale whisky and for carrying concealed weapon.��. A. T. Slier superintendent schools at Williamsburg said that he had gathered Only Good men to go to Frankfort in december. E. A. Coalman new Albany expert Engineer gave the results surveys and measurements the surrounding the scene . Goebel s Shower will appear Tornow Row viewed by men both Partie Sas republicans saw from Page 1. Mrs Thomas a. Hendricks was the special charge sergeant at arms John i. Martin in the Parade yesterday. She clerk the supreme court Brown course it is the tendency to belittle the opposition Ahvay. But. Honestly that meeting yesterday was almost a failure. The promoters it Are to be pitied because the state auditor Harti quot i rather think it is All right. I Hope to Jpe re elected. Attorney general quot Daylor quot pshaw that was t any elite. There was t a ery Large crowd in town and not very much chairman Hernly the Republican state Central committee was smiling and Serene last evening after the Bryan demonstration. He had watched the course events during the Day very closely and seemed More than Paul spied with what had happened. The make up the crowds the enthusiasm the Parade and the notification at military Park had All come under his notice and he was ready to express an opinion about the proceedings the whole Day. That Parade was t much said . Hernly. Quot neither in enthusiasm nor numbers did it equal any number similar events Given by the democrats. Ther was not the wild enthusiasm that prevailed four years ago when Bryan was Here. Today Vou could not see men howling with Delight at sight the Man. It seemed to me very slow and tame. There were Lorty four carriages with four people in each Carriage that made 170 people. There seemed to be a respectable number marchers but most them were walking two abreast so As to make As big a show As possible. How our democratic Brothers can find much to rejoice about in today s events i Don t see. Secretary state Union b. Hunt spoke caustically As follows quot i have Road every word the speech and while is is nicely worded it is an insult to the intelligence the people Indiana to have a Young up Start from Nebraska come and Tell us that if he had t been discovered just in time we would have been the subjects an Empire. People instead regarding him As an honest and courageous Man. After Reading that speech will look upon him As a cheap demagogue and a dodger who is afraid to stand the principles enunciated in the platform his party. When lie talks about the Constitution owing the al he does t say. Whether it should follow it to North Carolina and Sou Carolina to Porto Rico and the Philippines. While he is lavish in his expressions sympathy for the Boers i seared in vain for Najiy deep expression sympathy for our soldiers in the Philippines anywhere else if i had had a Haj rid in planning the demonstration i should Call it Charles a. Bookwalter sold quot i have always believed that meetings that sort when wholly successful have Little effect. When Harrison was a candidate for president one year the streets were Black with visiting delegations for Day and Days. Yet Marlon county went democratic along the line he pare yesterday there was no great demonstration. The crowd did not surge and go wild. Here and there was a spasmodic Effort but the whole it did not seem to me to be As enthusiastic As were the Bryan crowds four years ago. Eli Ritter quot i was particularly impressed with the Freedom with which Bryan quoted Abraham Lincoln. That seems to be a great fad with be democrats nowadays. They Sang a different tune in 1861, when they practically acid Lincoln being an imperialist and could say nothing too mean about him. The speech strikes me As being without real Merit As a discussion issues. �?5�? John Ruckelshaus said quot i Haven t read his speech yet. I Don t believe his presence can affect the outcome in Marion county which ought to be Republican by 3,500. As i look at it the oftener Bryan comes to Indianapolis the better for us. John w. Ray says brn s talk in the same line As Daniel w. Voorhees forty years Robert w. Mcbride quot after Reading the speech i can draw but one conclusion which is that after All . Bryan proposes the same final methods disposing the Philippines As the republicans except that he would to to the expense an extra session the Gold democratic leaders were chary about discussing the meeting and Bryan s speech. State chairman Pickens would not talk the Surjeet. Lohn p. Frenzel tomorrow night will occur the appearance in the heavens the August meteorites shooting stars. A Large number them will be seen tonight but the quot real thing quot is booked for tomorrow night. Walter Nordyke Philip Moore and other local Indianapolis men interested in the study the heavens say that shooting stars will be visible throughout August but that they Are not much importance from the astronomers Point View. The radiance Point from which the numbers shooting stars seem to diverge for tomorrow night s Shower. Is in the group known As Perseus. astronomers will not put themselves out to take observations the August meteors but they say that they expect to watch with interest the november showers which were expected last year but failed to show up. Although the shooting stars tomorrow night May not be much interest to scientists they will be Well Worth watching. As the effect is often spectacular when a Large number them Dart across the heavens at the same time. British lose More troops Garrison three Hundred at Eland s River captured. Gen. Baden Powell s Force at Rusten Burg rescued by Gen. Ian thieves trapped. Cocaine poisoning couple Leada to finding plunder. As democrats saw it. Continued from Page 1. Very beneficial. National committeeman Taggart was inclined to be joyous in his Demeanour this morning. Quot it was the Best meeting the kind i Ever have seen quot he said. T desire to thank and congratulate citizens Indianapolis 4nd Indiana their kindness and Courtes Sti the Parik a also a Happy. He said quot the shaven exceeded expectations. I regard it As one i the greatest meetings Ever held in Indiana. Or. Bryan s speech i consider one the greatest speeches Ever delivered by an american and it is absolutely unanswerable. I want to compliment All the Indianapolis papers the Way in which they treated and handled the meeting. It shows that they Are equal to any Frank b. Burke quot Bryan made the greatest political speech Ever delivered. It cannot be answered. His portrayal his Conception the future american Republic in the words behold a Xiv st. Louis mo., aug. 9.�?the police believe they have in Frank h. Peyton claiming to be a travelling Salesman now at the City Hospital one the most successful burglars Ever caught in st. Louis. Peyton and his Bride two months formerly a miss Spillane were taken to the Hospital yesterday suffering from cocaine poisoning. Peyton claimed that he had tried to kill himself and wife with the drug. After they were removed from their rooms at the boarding House mrs. Lilly mull 1813 Olive Street mrs. Mull found a purse that had been stolen from her. The police were notified and a search re Vea Letl half a delivery Wagon Load solid silverware variously inscribed ten Valise filled with jewelry 500 books and other valuables. London. Aug. 9.�?lord Roberts presages still another reverse to British arms in his latest message. In which he says quot the Garrison at Elands River which i fear has Een captured consisted 140 bushmen and 160 Rhode Slans. I hoped Carrington would be in time to withdraw the Garrison but Delaney hearing Hamilton s approach hurried Westward and surrounded the Garrison before Carrington other parts lord Roberts message Are As follows quot Delaney hearing Ian Hamilton s approach toward Rustenburg. And seeing that he had no Chance capturing Baden Powell hurried off to the Elands River. Hamilton reported that firing in the Elands River direction ceased yesterday and that lieutenant colonel Hoar a Garrison had evidently been captured. Hamilton left Rustenburg this morning bringing Baden Powell s Force with him. Quot de wet commenced crossing the Vaal River yesterday. Kitchener is now moving in Pursuit. Quot Methuen reports that he engaged part dec wet s Force yesterday morning near Venter Kroom and drove off the enemy from a succession Hills which they held obstinately. We had seven killed. Quot Hunter reports that he has taken altogether 4,140 prisoners who Are their Way from Cape town to Ceylon. One the three guns he captured belonged to the Royal horse artillery. Four thousand horses were taken and ten wagons ammunition were destroyed. To National Washington will Appeal his Case. Or. Cyrus Hamlin dead. Portland me., aug. 9.�?the Rev. Or. Cyrus Hamlin the Veteran missionary Turkey founder Roberts College at Harput died suddenly last night. He was born at Waterford in 1811 and graduated from Bowdon College in 1834. He received higher degrees irom his Alma mater and from Cambridge and new York universities. In 1837 he went to Turkey country that year and was president Middlebury Coll which shakes thrones and toc Racies by its silent exan gives Light and inspiration sit in darkness is a Granc dissolves Aris ple and which to those that e. Johnson said quot Tolje meeting will have a Good effect in that 1 will Brace the few that May be weak knew d. Such meetings change few votes. Hey serve to create enthusiasm for Effo t. Bryan was very Strong at both the Park and Tom Lynson a Figov. Thomas Colorado quot Indiana never does anything by halves and she did t in this instance. I do not overestimate the effect such a demonstration believing that the demonstrations one party about offset those Allen Zollars it. Wayne quot it can no longer be said that . Bryan to a Mere talker. His speech was so ind argument from Start to finish. The demonstration will mean a big Boom for the democratic b. J. T. Jeup says quot it will Benefit the democrats greatly. I Hope the republicans will bring Roosevelt Here. He will draw a big crowd but he has a habit saying things that do his party no a Jalbert Sahm said quot it will do the party immense Benefit. Bryan was at his Best and popular admiration was Stren thened. It was a magnanimous tribute the Marion club paid him As his Carriage representative j. D. Richardson broke Over his Rule not talking to the newspapers to say quot the meeting was a great Success. The people in charge it ought to to very representative Clayton Alabama quot everybody is Well pleased with the demonstration. It moved off beautifully. It will be very beneficial to the m. E. Fitzgerald Anderson quot it will not make votes republicans but it will hold democrats in line and therein will be its great Daniel Lewis Groves quot i see the morning Republican paper estimates the crowd it 16,000. It was at least five times that Richard Miller Terre haute quot considering the very hot weather it was a wonderful Thomas l. Sullivan quot it was a great demonstration and Bryan s speech is simply John r. Wilson. George w. Mcdonald and other prominent Gold democrats Are out the. City. Sex mayor Caleb 8. Denny quot it seems to me that Bryan is not the extremist the imperialistic question that his party showed itself to be in Fram Teg the platform he stands . He handled the subject much More mildly than the ,. Charles Remy reporter the supreme court quot just say for me that the democrats Are feeling bad enough Over the demonstration without any criticism from lege from 1s80 to 1885.incorporated. The Secretary state has granted articles incorporation to the follow in a companies the Harris Lankford mining company West Terre haute with a capital $5,000. William Lankford George w. Harris and William h. Harris Are the incorporator. The Vermilion Lodge no. 113, knights pythias Vermilion county. Milo j. Rudy Joseph h. Nichols Edward c. Brummett Joseph n. Jones William Kahler and Lewellyn Jones Are the incorporator. A Madison county Charity Board. The state Board charities has been notified the appointment the Board county charities Madison county. The Board is composed Emma Goody Koontz Anderson who will serve three years Annis p. Darlington Pendleton three years William h. Quick Anderson. Two years Francis James Blwood two years Robert h. Hannah Alexandria one year and Miles f. Wood Summa Tville one Case in supreme court. The divorce Case David b. Butler against Dorcas s. Butler has been appealed to the supreme court from Gibson county. The Appeal was taken the refusal to Grant a new trial in the lower court. The plaintiff alleges that his wife mistreated him while he was sick in the fall 98, and that in october 1899, she hit him Over the head with a stove pipe and a robber catches Comrada. San Antonio Tex., aug. 9.�?the Wells Fargo express company captured a train robber by putting another train robber his Trail. The captured Man is Bill Taylor one the four men who held up the Santa be train in october. 1898, killing the fireman. The Man who captured him was Bud Newman another the four who attempted the robbery. Newman lost his life in the capture. Steel and wire Truat Cuta wage. Joliet 111., aug. 9.�?despite the emphatic denials the officials the american steel and wire company that a reduction wages employees its Mills was contemplated the report turns out to be True but the reduction allies to a part the men Only. At the Scott Street Mill the men in the drawing room have been reduced and in the Laidlaw Mill the Cut occurred in the Bale tie department. To make Rush for Indian Landa. Wichita Kan aug. 9.�?two train loads settlers from Ohio Indiana and Illinois passed through Here yesterday for the Kiowa and Comanche Indian reservation soon to be opened to White settlers. All Are going to make the race for land. Among them Are about fifty so Cial Sta from near Massillon o., headed by the Rev. James wreak a big four freight. Bellefontaine o., aug. horses belonging to Farmers were the big four track this morning when a freight train ran into them. Ten horses were lil led outright and the train wrecked. Seven cars were derailed and trafic delayed. A Armiteen Core tor pues. Tour druggist Ali iii you know to be rel Pablo will toll you that be is authorised by tim maa a act Iiri a peso no onto int to Rafn iid to Money in Ivory Esse we my it Falls to curs Ito Hios. Bim Duic Blind plot Mdian put so not to Bow Long . This is a now Dise Otway bleh has Rorea by my Toots cwt it Watt Ewo m por boat. Of the came. Com Oral but Kamw in six Days worst a a sos in Fon Tooa Day. Ono so Lea film Oast and Rast. Rohove to it ii iii quot is sont by mall. To Havo placed pm Mio with we by a a a a it in Tow Sucre it it a Ita a Smelis Zad. It tee a Ltd James l. Norris who claims the right to be seated As a member the democratic National committee for the District Columbia is not going to rest the decision the contest sub committee referring the matter Back to the District but will press for a hearing before the full committee. He and his attorney. Major Menzles had a final conference at the hotel English this Forenoon. Quot the decision quot said he quot now hinges whether the sub committee was acting with plenary Power whether it must report Back to the National committee. Chairman Jones has promised to look into the question. The National committee is with me. I have assurances a number members that they were surprised at the action the Aub committee. The press had a very fair and accurate account the hearing before the sub committee but 1 want to counteract the in Preslon a hat 1 said our organization in the District will net give anything to the Campaign fund if the Case goes against us. I meant that the other so called organization Hack t the Power to raise a cent. We will cont Mue to . Norris and his friends left this afternoon. Bank Corydon tells state tax Board its assessment la $20,000 too High. The state tax Board this Forenoon considered the Case the Bank Corydon the officials the Bank appealed from the assessment the Harrison county Board review and stated that the rating is too High by $20,000. County attorney Jordan testified that the returns made by the Bank last year and the year before were compared with the return made this year and 120,000 could not be accounted for. Senator g. W. Self Corydon represented the Bank. The Washington Light and Power company Washington ind., appeared and objected throw my its attorney to being taxed at All. The Plant is owned by the City Washington. The Board referred the Case to attorney general Taylor. The Case the Indiana manufacturing company was set for a hearing this afternoon. The company was represented by Chester Bradford. The question at Issue is As to whether the state tax Board has the right to tax patents. To get Neely to Cuba. All but extradition proceedings will be discontinued. New York aug. 9.�?Gen. Henry l. Burnett United states District attorney returned Here today from Washington. He had a conference with Secretary War Root and attorney a a quot eral Griggs As to the future course the government to be taken in the Neely Case. Gen. Burnett said that the suggestion in judge i Combe s opinion would be followed and the criminal charge bring no stolen funds into the United states examination upon which is pending before United states commissioner Shields will be discontinued. In the civil suit for wrongful conversion the order arrest against Neely will be vacated but the suit itself will be shed for the recovery the Money. Indianapolis rates. Western insurance committee cussing them today. You get All that s to you when you get a Pathfinder 5c Cigar the Indiana Cigar co., Indianapolis ind.,distributed for Indiana. W. K. Gresh amp sons makers. R Washington United states has demanded China immediate cessation attacks by Imperial troops Pekin legation Protection foreigners and co operation chinese government with advancing Allied forces. Consul general Goodnow has cabled to state department protest against proposed Landing 3,000 British troops at Shanghai As unnecessary and dangerous. London russian troops have captured new Chwang and All Cul Nese forts in the Vicinity. Losses allies in Battle Pel Tsang placed at 1,130. Russians 600 British 130 japanese 400. Dis the governing committee the Western insurance Union is meeting in Chicago today. Inspector Goodloe this City is there. Reports reached Here this morning from Chicago that the committee would raise rates 20 per cent in this City adopting the scale set out in the press several Days ago. State House notes. The state Board medical examination will consider the Case Felix w. Hazelwood English ind., who it is alleged procured a physician s License by Tiest Honable methods in 1897. Adjutant general Gore the Indiana National guard has gone to Elkhart for a vacation a few weeks. State factory inspector Mcabee has gone to Kokomo to examine the Are escapes in a number factories. Carr goes to Chicago governor mount has honoured a requisition from the governor Lul nols for the return Sidney Carr to Chicago the charge burglary. Vienna Secretary austrian legation at Pekin cables. August 4, that legation was burned june 21, and austrians Antl French had since defended f Rench legation. Austrian losses four men. London a Lorn Roberts reports probable capture 300 British troops in Garrison at Elan s River by Boers. Gen. Baden Powell rescued by Gen. Ian Hamilton. General War items. The chinese have destroyed the Eastern siberian railway at several places the Frontier. The emperor Korea is reported to be sending flour Rice and cigars to the allies at tien Tsin. The third battalion the fifth United states infantry has been ordered from it. Sheridan to China. The great Northern Cable company has Laid a Cable from Che Foo to Taku and it will soon be opened. The surgeon general the United states army has received thousands applications for appointment As contract surgeons in China. The depot battalion the eighth United states infantry has been ordered from it. Snelling Minn., to China with All possible Speed. It is generally believed in Berlin that Germany will soon Send another army corps to China bringing the German contingent up to 30,000 men. In an interview in new York yesterday Gen. Nelson a. Miles declared that believed that the chinese alt Gatior most serious and he feared for the column now advancing. Claim As to Chicago s popular to Chicago aug. 9.�?the Tribune Clavij to have Advance information that United states enumeration in cal Cage will show this City to have a Popi Dalton Between 1,6&6.000 and 1,597,000. The h. 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