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Indianapolis Press (Newspaper) - December 13, 1899, Indianapolis, Indiana 28 pages vol. Last edition Irdi Anapolis ixd., wednesday december 13, 1899. Pic two c i j i w los British troops charge entrenchments in vain. C Coats mowed Down by sharpshooters general himself makes i Gomy report English Shiells wasted. A of dec. I a two it ays of the a. A. A Tehi inc a i Uruu cirs at Vince to a Quot lot a n Llic a goers Click Kui Atli Zimro jul i bin Ond ii it Lod i of hoi that Lio inel cd away Bel firc lis Hail. J Welve Phoui and we to a a Lilii. R to Imi the a s if n i Oab cd As Quot to has vet Bien a cat. A a it i its. Rii a Quot al Quot i al Quot iii tos Battle i Citrain Liat the will thaa Tho. Of a in of �?�1. I lir be re c non v Ilmi. in men in to and. L said Long artillery due Inu r iii it i a iyar arly sunday whole Iho a iti a Arzilli by. La Crois Quot of Hio in Lirisa o. Ii by Divite is. Opened a Farinas a Meiji on the Hoer at a All in. Alliy Bais the Radii of so Clerf was mired in no incessant Stream i he i i Vehos. Oers readied with spirit and the or query Diu who a after Lour the troops being held in Leash ready for a charge tic instant the artillery could be silenced. No Chance Jeiven for a Rush and yesterday the Battle was of Imp a charges vain i using he lorning like Boer fire Flacker �.1 by degrees and at noon Gen. Methuen ordered the . To Quot a the Lwills went the Nien with a re. Covered Liv Ilie lire of every i or. In Ltd i batteries. Fait the Fiorre was anal the British were slaughtered. Lar i a Eodald not drive the from their . I Dis Nayed by r Quot inc y,-rou.ht v y the shells and e Ujj their dread of the burst lev chi is to their trend Rich 1ux-�z1 Tho aptly j 1 and Tsien to Aien inc aches i Anlo an use As Aid i Irish troop s puns a Etin lire ceased p Mich a Rifle Ili e a frn a and on Sacii foe Iio ared in a ii Midi Roas ire. Tvs Eli drop i�3ed on every Side i if line a moment then Sliu Rcd or. Tie Oili cers. It dashed Forward with Niu Linchis spirit. Boers masters of the Field. Lunata bravery Howe or could not staid Grid r such a fusillade. Asiain the ine halted. The ground was sprinkled a 1i dead find dying. From the Ach Quot the a Hillside came the in int Luibil of Lead. This time the Anda was checked for Good. Liritis i retreated to the entrench ind this Protection saved the a Quot Rajm a Complete rout. The Boers but were unable to Shell out 1. I. Tie Joers however Are. Is of the situation and the British Arij on the defensive. Gen Methuen s report. The . Ing is the War office version of Bimi. Methuen s latest Battle. It is contained in a dispatch from Gen. Forestier a scr at Cape town and reads As follows in wires As follows under Date of be Cernier 12 Quot Ipi artillery shelled a very Strong Poi Field i y the enemy on a Long Ling. A pee from 4 o clock till dusk Sun highlanders attacked at Day Kireak i Mcday the South end of the Komi pc. Til attack failed. The guards were Ord red to protect the highlanders right and rear. The cavalry and mounted infantry Atul a howitzer artillery baiter which attacked the enemy on the left who e the guards on the right and Center were Silipi sorted by Field artillery and howitzer artillery which shelled the position from Daybreak till 1 13 p. I Sint the Gordons to support the highlanders. The troops held their own in front of the enemy a in frenchmen until dark the position , including the Kopje six Miles toward fodder River. At 1 a. Tuesday i him holding the position and entrenching myself. I have to face at least 12,000 men. Our were great Quot ii Ian Andrew g. Wauchope c. A. A. G., entered the army in Isuji. To served the Vshanti War in is tiie a egyptian War in 18s2, the Sudan expedition in 1884 and the Nile expedition in 18s4-1ss3. He was brigadier general commanding the first brigade of the egyptian expeditionary Force in 1898. He was West Pointer in Boer service r org i i i sii. N. Y., dec. 1&Quot.�?ijuncan m. Hood a graduate Vest Point has cast his for tinn s with the South african re Leiblic. He is a. Son of the famous Gen Hood of the Confederate a nay. Yijung Hood was the first to Sug gust to i Quot resident Mckinley the me of immune regiments for service in Cuba. The result was that be was commissioned As colonel of Nai of the regiments. july after mustered out lie re Tiu died to new York. Alien came the trouble in South Africa and the Young Soldier aside his ambition in civil life left for South Africa just before War Vic Gan. Now he has been commissioned in the Boer army. E>coec>oe0eo�eeo��e�es Winandi d four times in action at different in Gage it its three of iii to teds being ver it be Ere. He was one of the officers receiving rewards for distinguished and meritorious services. He was ordered to reinforce Gen. Methuen after the first Battle at Modi ler River and arrive ii at tie front Ith the remainder of the Ili Liland Ili december 8. First report from Boers. Pretol a a it dec. preliminary iii Cal report on tie Modder River fight Quot a at Ivi odder River began yesterday ii Cannon tiring i eave lighting proc Eding from a. Until 9 o0, with Cannon maxims and rifles. A bombardment at 4 30, and the fighting still continues. A balloon Lias just risen Oer the British position where it remained ten minutes and descended. There were Leavy Ritins during the sandwiched Between a furious fusillade for an hour. An artillery Duel followed. Our Riib Eil did splendid work. Quot the Cape police displayed conspicuous bravery and worked their maxims in Fine style during the Boer Hank movement. The Irish rifles also fought Well. The Boer guns a Ere silenced for a time but reopened from new positions. Quot the Light lasted three hours when Gatacre fell Back in fair order the artillery cover Itig the Retreat. The Boers followed closely and repeatedly shelled our men. Three transport wagons had to be abandoned. Some of slicers and a considerable number of our men Are London dec. 13.�?a dispatch to the times from Tishman s Hoek dated monday evening says Quot the Boer commander has been re it Quested to furnish full information of the British casualties in Gen. Gatacre p engagement. The British have withdrawn to Good positions along the railway southward of Molteno. Gen. Gatacre and staff remain at Bushman s Hoek which is impregnable and of importance but they will pro Bally move ill the direction of another dispatch to the times dated i december 12, says tie la oers declined to j give the information ret tested regarding the Brit Isle casualties. They stated that they Lead buried the and were sending the prisoners to Bloemfontein. The Boer loss was stated at four killed and nine wounded. After describing the hardships endured by Gen. Gatacre s men the Cor resin indent concludes his Dispi Ataii is follows Quot lil Luck has pursued this col mini from the first Start. The intended task seemed of Easilite but errors rendered it in it possible. The March was too Long Ami the enemy s position was impregnable but Success would have Yie Deil immense results and the risk was . Roberts and his wives the House committee begins the taking of testimony in Public. Salt Lake charges were never denied the Utah Man acts As counsel for himself and seeks to discredit the evidence of the new York journal s correspondent. General Wauchope killed. Cape town or 13.�?an official report from Gen. Methuen to Gen. Walker a. S that major general Andrew Wauchope was killed in monday s tight North of the Modder River. Chicago Money for the Boers. Chicago. Dec. 13.�?the South african fund association organized by the hollanders of Chicago for the purpose of aiding the wounded Boers and the widows and orphans of tie slain has collected y3,o 0. Barton near to Colenso. Freidie Natal dec. 12.�? delayed a Gen. Barton s brigade advanced today and took a position unopposed within Thiee Rales of Colenso. America scouting needed by British Quot the thunderer Quot on Mason. London dec. 13.�?the times comments on senator Mason s pro Boer speech As follows Quot the impression made by senator Mason s Boer speech in the Senate is hardly perceptible. He Only takes the time which might be devoted to important stiff air Bih Quot declares that reverses Are due to Lack of modern army methods. Chicago dec. 13 the defeat of s Force at Stormberg and the other repulses which have been met by the British in the South african War Are due to Lack of proper scouting in the opinion of c d. W. F. Cody Quot Buffalo Bill Quot. Quot these defeats Quot he said Quot Are i earing out the prophecy of col. Baden i of. Who said to me in a conversation years ago that the British would go on meeting with unnecessary reverses in to licit wars until they ado ted the system of scotting used by the american army. I kit he repulses of the British have b in largely due to Lack of scouting is Slov. N by the filet that each time the Vioers a e dec i attacked they Occa pied a Stratig i position which was nut fully disclosed until the lighting l White s wounded doing Well dec. 12.�? delayed a Gen White wires that has wounded Are doing Well. There Are thirty two eases of enteric fever. F Washington dec. 13.�?after a Short executive session the Plouse special com mite to investigate the charges against or. Roberts opened the doors and then informed the Utah statesman that his demurrer to the jurisdiction of the committee had been overruled. He then inquired As to his status whether or not the committee considered him a member of the House. If considered a member he desired the committee to confine itself to objections based on election returns and eligibility. If not a member he declared the committee was without any jurisdiction and demanded the dismissal of the Case. Chairman Tayler waived the objection aside As having been made before and living been disposed of. A. T. Schroeder of Utah was called to examine witnesses but or. Roberts objected and wanted to expose Schroeder s record. The objection was overruled As irrelevant. Schroeder called As the first witness c. Owen a civil Engineer of Salt Lake Utah. , according to the witness were publicly made in the newspapers that Roberts was living in polygamy with Celia Dibble Roberts and or. Maggie Shipp Roberts. Or. Roberts formerly practice under the name of or. Margaret Shipp. From the Salt Lake directory it was evident that or. Is mrgaret Curtis Shipp assumed the name of Maggie Shipp Roberts in 1s97. The general reputation of Roberts and Maggie Shipp at Salt Lake was that of husband and plural wife. The Salt Lake Tribune charged Roberts with having plural a Vives mentioning Maggie Shipp and Bea climb la Roberts As c Visi Iya Miri of the thirty third infantry passed North to Pidding East of Laoag and March s battalion of the thirty fourth at Cayan province Lepanto on the 7th inst. Third cavalry along coast and in mountains pursuing enemy. Young states his extreme Northern Force Over mountains driving insurgents Emder Gen. Tinio who was badly wounded killing Tifty wounding Many. Large captures of rifles property with All insurgents transportation and released All Spanish prisoners in Section to the number of about 2,000. Our casualties two wounded. Our troops still pursuing remnant of Tinloy s command. Quot March s battalion. Thirty third reports from Cayan Lepanto province 7th inst., that to has destroyed Aguinaldo s bodyguard and killed Gen. Gregorio Pilar. Received surrender Gen. Conception and staff. Killed and wounded fifty two insurgents. Released 575 prisoners including 150 friars and captured considerable Proi erty. His loss was two killed and nine wounded. My information is that Aguinaldo disguised his individuality abandoned hrs troops and is hiding in the province of Bengue. the following additional dispatches were received from Gen. Otis Quot my Vila dec. 13.�?admiral Watson informs me that the province of Caya Gan surrendered unconditionally to capt. Mccalla of the Newark on Lith inst. Alt arms surrendered. Batchelder ninety Miles South of Aparri command in Good condition. Navy will take supplies to Batchelder in launch at once. This surrender doubtless includes the province of Isabella. "manil.\, dec. 13.�?bates. Zamboanga. Reports affairs satisfactory nearly All rifles surrendered. Mac Arthur Avam bang. Reports that he holds As prisoner of War Mabini Ablest of insurgents founder of he late Aguinaldo a in the courtship record for new York. North to Navy Anda n. Y., dec. 13.�?the marriage in this Village yesterday of John n. Yerkes fifty two years old a prominent business Man of lock sort to miss Sarah Clark of Toronto was the result of less than one hour s courtship. The couple met on a Central train and recognized each other As Mere acquaintances of a any years. Miss Clark asked or. Yerkes if he were married. He replied in the negative said he would like to be and proposed. He was accepted and a half hour later the train stopped at North Tona Wanda and the Rev. Duncan Cameron tied the killed Del and Pilar bodyguard destroyed. Howze in hot Chase after Gen. Tink fifty insurgents killed and one Hundred captured. Many spaniards rescued. Sex senator Allen secures the Plum governor Poynter settles the heated senatorial contest Hitchcock turned Down. Governor Pingree will try it again on Oross-exsminatio., or. Certs asked the witness if he lid not represent the new York journal in Salt Lake which the witness admitted. He also admitted he had spent about a year in Salt Lake Hunting up polygamous cases. He had not visited Centerville to investigate or. Roberts status. He denied that he had peddled through Centerville to sect re evidence and in the capacity of a peddle apr eared at the Home of the re whited mrs. Roberts. Roberts then questioned Owen As to his prosecution of residents of Richfield with a View of showing that the courts were open and convictions could be secured in the courts. Quot when did you take up the occupation As common informer Quot or. Roberts asked. "1 do not understand that i am a common Quot yet you received Money for this kind of work from the new York Owen admitted he had never spoken to either Roberts or or. Maggie Shipp Roberts and not Liing about their relations except by hearsay. Roberts then asked Owen Why if he heard All these things he did not in his Caj Jacaty Quot As a common informer Quot prosecute him As he did others. Or. Roberts questioned Owen closely As to the charges made in the Salt Lake Tribune. Owen said or. Roberts evaded the i barges by saying it was nobody s business but his own. He had a copy of a letter from or. Roberts to a or. Diu Niny to that effect. Or. Roberts asked that the whole testimony of this witness be stricken out As irrelevant. Later witness admitted he knew of no acts which justified the presumption that or. Roberts had maintained polygamous relations with Maggie Shipp Roberts since March 4. 1899. Editor me Wen s interview. Arthur e. Mcewen editor of the Philadelphia North american was the next witness being examined by chairman Tayler. Questioned about an lii Terv new with b. H. Roberts which appeared in the american last week Mcewen said or. Roberts spoke of Quot his wives Quot saying Quot that it is demanded of me that i put away my wives on Cross examination or. Mcewen admitted that he had made no notes of the interview and the interview was quite informal capt. Ellas h. Parsons u. S. V., of Washington d. C., formerly of Salt Lake followed. Pie was United states marshal of Utah under the Harrison administration. He testified that on one occasion he telephoned to Maggie Shipp about 8 o clock in the morning and a Man giving the name of b. H. Roberts answered the phone. In reply to questions by representative Mcpherson he stated that by common report Celia Dibblee Roberts and Maggie Shipp Roberts were polygamous wives of i in. Roberts. Gen. Otis confirms news of insurgent rout Molineux writing not so Peculiar Chir Graphy of three reporters at the trial resembles that of the famous letters. One British Victory but not a big one colonel Metcalfe captures a Boer position and drives Back his opposing foes. London. Dec. War office publishes the following from Gen. Buller Quot a i snatch from Gen. Quot White dated Dee. 11, says last night col. Metcalfe of the second Rille brigade sorted to capture a Boer howitzer on a Hill. They reached the Crest without being discover., a drove off the enemy and then destroyed the Lowitzer with gun Cotton. A Hon returning Metcalfe found his Retreat liar red by the liners but he forced his Way , using the Bayonet free a i he Boer losses were considerable. The British losses were the following Lieut. Fergusson and eleven men killed al get. Paley second Lieut. Davenport second Lieut. I Ond and forty one men wounded six men captured who had remained behind in charge of the wounded Quot More British troops leave for the front two thousand soldiers embark at Liverpool amid cheers and Many tears. Liverpooi., dec. 13.�?two thousand Loois including the Yorkshire and , embarked on the transport today bound for South Africa. The lord mayor Many prominent citizens and a great crowd of people witnessed their departure. The men were enthusiastically cheered. There was much weeping too As the crushing blow to lord Methuen had just been announced. Gen. Gatacre s troops ambushed by Boers the British surrounded on All sides a saved Only by bad marksmanship. Cape town. Dee. 12, 5 p. Cape Argus prints the following account of general Gatacre s fight at Stormberg sent by its correspondent at Molteno Quot Gen. Gatacre struck Camp at Putter s Kraal on saturday and entrained his men for Molteno. The men who occupied for trains detained at Molteno at >8 30 p m. And and started for Stromberg at i it 30 p. Quot the distance was calculated to be sixteen Miles but the guides misjudged the Way. Hill after Hill was negotiated. Quot while skirting one Hill in fours front order the ene by ambushed and fired on the British. The Royal Irish and Northumberland which were leading were ordered to take cover from the fire. The Boers held the Superior position but their shooting was bad and this Saveu the British from being annihilated. Quot the British artillery attempted to flank the enemy but the Boers anticipated this movement and our men were new York dec. 13.�?x\mong the forty or fifty newspaper men at the Mollneux trial who write at top Speed at least three have been Quot found whose writing shows the same peculiarities that expert Kinsley claims is ocular to the natural writing of Molineux and is characteristic of the Quot Cornish Quot and Quot Barnet Quot letters and of the Poison package As Well. Attorney Battle for the defense has secured specimens of these writings and believes will offset to some degree the testimony of the expert. The Monotony of expert Kinsley s testimony today was relieved when a letter written by Molineux to a Man named Davis about apparatus for the club gymnasium was reached. Osborne said Quot i Call the jury s attention to the fact that this letter is dated december 29, 18 a. Mrs. Adams died december 28.&Quot Kinsley picked up the paper and after studying it said Quot this letter shows extreme nervousness on the part of the writer. It is unlike his natural writing although it bears the usual pen habits it is broken and irregular. I would Sav the Man who wrote it was suffering from great nervous stress. There Are broken lines and irregularities which show this to be Bank burglar shot dead by watchman a Brave Connecticut officer kills an outlaw and Routs three others. New Haven conn., dec. 13.-four burglars attempted to enter a Bank at deep River conn., at 1 15 o clock this morning. They were prying open a window. When the watchman fired on them at Short Range and killed one of the burglars by a shot through the head. The dead Man s three companions escaped. The police All along the Liore line have been notified to look out for the escaped Trio. Bryan Calls it a bad Bill. Austin tex., dec. 13.�?in an interview Here yesterday w. J. Bryan said of the financial Bill before the House Quot following in the line of the president s message Congress is at present considering a Bill that is an extremely bad measure. It is a part of the old Standard people s plan and i Hope that it will be Defeated. It should certainly never be permitted to pass the House because it is not in the interest of to remove the Maine s dead. Newport news va., dec. 13.�?the United states battleship Texas sailed this morning for Havana where she will arrive Friday or saturday to take aboard the bodies of the Maine dead buried at the Cristobal Colon cemetery she will return Here the Middle of next week. The bodies will be forwarded to Washington by rail. Bert Degraff. Princeton ind., dec. 13.�?tlie funeral of Bert Mcgraff a prominent business Man was held to Day. Death was the result of concussion of the brain caused by a fall from a horse a week ago. He was prominent in Church and Lowge circles. A wife survives. Lincoln neb., dec. L3.�?the governor appointed this afternoon sex senator w. Allen As the successor to the late senator elect m. L. Hayward. Ten messenger boys have been Busy delivering telegrams for the past three Days. The bulk of the messages were from friends of Hitchcock and Allen though a number insisted that neither should be appointed if it would Divide the fusion forces but that some Independent candidate should be selected. Up to noon Hitchcock s friends positively asserted that their Mai would be named. It was openly stated hat Bryan had taken sides with ill Choek. W. Bynum s name sent to the Senate the president stands by the in Dian Ian for appraiser of merchandise. Michigan s legislature called in extra session to enact constitutional amendments. Washington dec. 13.-the president today sent to the Senate the following nominations William d. Bynum of India a to be general appraiser i f merchandise. Charles m. Moses to be collector of for the District of Portland and Falmouth me. William Hoey of Indiana to be collector of customs for the District of Arizona. Detroit mich., dec. 13�?governor Pingree has issued a Call for a special session of the legislature to Convene at noon next monday. The proclamation recites that the state Constitution provides for special sessions on occasions extraordinary and for e Luibil and uniform taxation of property. The governor believes the tax of the state is Quot extraordinary Quot within the meaning of the Constitution and that a Bill should be passed to submit to the eople an amendment to the state Constitution providing for the equal taxation of All property and its assessment at its actual Cash value. The governor s special message. It is believed will set fort i. After the equal taxation constitutional amendment the necessity for an amendment to the Constitution with regard to the state s cover on internal improvements in order that by popular vote the people May a ipe out that provision of the Constitution which stands in the Way of Fufil ment of the governor s proclamation for municipal ownership of Street railways. The Pope s health considerably better investors got nothing. A Chicago broker arrested by Post office inspectors for bold swindling. Chicago Doc. 13.�?richard Oliver a broker was arrested yesterday afternoon by Post office inst sectors accused of swindling. His methods were said to be Quot fake Quot investments in stocks. He guaranteed to investors of $100 a return of on their investments within thirty Days. He had no recon co show that he had Ever paid any Money to investors. Able to hold a consistory tomorrow a mgr. Baretti to be Bishop of Havana. Rome dec. 13.�?the Pope has recovered sufficiently to hold a consistory tomorrow. It is officially announced that mgr. Barretti will be Ai pointed Bishop of Havana. A _ a , dec. 1 1.-a. . March of he i dirt to Lorii Volt steer i Fantry reinerts to Quot Cen. aug has Imi i l -.hlyvar., the a Tiou the i surge it general ire go a Del Pilar was Kiuei and in. Concepci was taken Pris 5n.r. Maj. March Libere de r>75 Spanish prisoners inc fading friars. Tote Ani Erit an loss was twin Ivil Quot and nine foam lii. Re it Anio now Clear of insurgents and Agui iii. A is a fugitive in tic Rajott stains withe. A command. Gen. Young also transmits from Vii a the rep its of . Cul. How. Of the thirty fit Ruth Volunteer infant ,. These show uen ite a the Amer ii e prisoners Are being Tikeri Iirth with insurgent gee al. Tittio. Two am Ltd i prisoners Bruce of the be Aja cava., and Edwards a Sailer fun tie York town were rescued near i Lapaz. N this rei ort was sent . Col. Howze with his of i command and a Battavio i of the thirty third infantry was in hot Pursuit of Gen. Tinio. Another report from Lieut. Col. Howze states that he has killed in to insurgents and taken one Hundred prisoners. He also captured two Hundred rifles seven Cannon Large quantities of Rice sugar and Salt and some Money. Re ased Spanish prison ions say Gen. Tinio was wounded in both legs. Gen. Young makes special mention of the assistance revue de by the Navy _. Revolution ended. Uprising in Coio Tibia has reached an end according to the latest policeman with Rondii it Egold confesses to a crime. Anderson ind., dec. 13.�?frank Reed beaming Wiio has been in the Hospital Here for three weeks went to police head parters last night and confessed that he was implicated with Preston Johnson in Robling the Post office at treaty Wabash county some time ago securing so in Stamps and shoes valued at $100. Johnson was convicted and sentenced to the a noted states Penitentiary at Columbus Ohio. Male Impersonator. Terre haute in dec. 13.�?ellis Glenn notorious female swindler and forger Wiio has masqueraded in male attire in Eastern Illinois and was once sentenced to Chester Penitentiary passed through Here to Day in charge of an officer in route to Parkersburg w. Va., to be tried for swindling. Gone to the Pacific coast. Richmond ind., dec. 13.�?john b. Dougan the cashier of the second National Bank who was stricken with paralysis some months ago and has not been Able to assume Active work since went yesterday to los Angeles Cal., where he will spend the Winter. He was accompanied by his wife. Will obey the Law. Terre Haite ind., dec. 13.�?the local retail liquor dealers association at their meeting last night passed a Resolution unanimously that recent police regulation requiring saloons closed absolutely sundays and Between 11 p. And 5 a. Should be obeyed. -�?�-1 or. Hartley called. Laporte ind., dec. 13.-the Rev. R. H. Hartley d. D., of this City has been called to the fourth presbyterian Church of now York City. He has not accepted but will probably preach there in february and March. Official report from Manila declares Aguinaldo a fugitive in mountains. Washington dec. 13.�?a dispatch from Gen. Otis received today contains most encouraging news. According to its purport the forces of Aguinaldo Are routed and scattered and a ulna do himself is hiding in the mountains. The cablegram is As follows Quot Manila dec. 13.�?fifty men of the Navy and fifty men of the army transported by Navy took Laoag loth inst. Gen. Young with staff followed next Day he reports Hawze with Pennsylvania s battalion of the thirty fourth followed by a portion a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i Young woman i in the army i Chicago dec. 13.�?james Henry formerly a it of iceman Here last night with $4,s.0i 0 in Gold and greenbacks from the Klondike Wiere he has spent the Pas two years. He entertained his former fellow officers with stories of How i the Money and expects to go Back to work four claims Wirich he owns. Several policemen expect to go Back with him. The weather Story. This morning a Cloudy Atzl Cool yest Niay s of Lucial forecast. For today colder and fair weather. Otric Ial for tonight and tomorrow Indianapolis and Vicinity Coldor Cloudy weather tonight fair weather on thursday. Indiana fair and colder Toni lii partly Cloudy on thursday. U. S. Weather Bureau report. 7 a. Noon. 2 p. Temperature today a Torresi on Dink Day 1s9,s. In a relative humidity today. Of a 17 general conditions. The storm Aiea is eastward extend ins from the lakes and Pennsyl anal northward. The barometric pre.= Suro increased roast rapidly and High pressure pro Aila Over the country East of the Rocky mountains the he Chest Over the Northwest. Another area is Central Over Mexico. It is colder everywhere except near the Gulf coast where the temperature slightly near the Atlantic coast the Tenisi erasure fell from 10 to degrees near Lake Superior it fell from 10 to 30 degrees and in localities West of the Mississippi it fell from 10 to a Degres freezing weather extends South to Northern Texas Oklahoma Missouri Illinois and Indiana and Zero and lower South to Quot Wyoming. South Dakota. Minnesota and the North Shore of Lake Superior. Light local Snow fell West of the Mississippi and near the upper lakes local rain fell in the upper it Hio Valley near the lower lakes and Star the Northern Atlantic coast. In other cities. Observations taken by the i United states weather Bureau at s a. M., Isth a Erluin time c.\racas, Venezuela. Dec. By Way of in comes tiie information under Date of to it it Tuth. Thai a most state of afia is his Ina Nubia. Later news is however that colombian it \ Erna tit h a d cd Mana on the a a a if of Cariaco and Tho i Volution is to be crushed. Tho military forces of the revolt Jon no to the present consisted of s Nall bands of not above two three Hundred tie number filing Limite 1.y considerations of and Ether Moi intents. Their sole a beet being to keep thi gov Erin sent troops divided and to them by rapid its while avoiding pitched Battles. A very insurgent officer Killil or wounded in these Little engagements announced As a Tho fact is Liat the real chiefs of the revolution did take tie yield. And their when about Are . Een their identify is h rely a Nalter of conjecture. I Abio Villar it is pointed out has twice l Een killed Quot in the official dispatches. Filipino guerrillas caught. Colonel Mith with a detachment of the seventeenth infantry. Surrounded and captured in a Village near Malaqui a party of guerrillas who had made their head quarters there. The party included the bail which assassinated seven officials at Malaqui fur friendliness to Tho americans. All Are insurgents who became bandits the djs integ ration of the pilipino army began. Tho whole country North of san Fernando and Between san Fernando and Manila except within the permanent Lino of troops around the City and the closely patrolled stretches of Railroad swarms with similar bands. Probably they will be increased by men from Pilar s Arm i Many of whom tro making their Way South to it join the insurgent Force in cavity province. A filipino i Reaty plea Given to the press san Francisco cai., dec. 13. A friends of miss Beebe Dean of this City have Learned that she stowed herself away on the transport City of Para in male attire and is now at the front in Tho Philippines in the uniform of the Twenty ninth infant. Release of 3,000 Spanish prisoners. Washington. Dec. 13.�?a Manila dispatch says that the 2,000 Spanish prisoners sgt cured in Northern Luzon taslk.0 ii.000 released within a Mouth. To stations. Bar. Atlanta Boston mass. Chicago 111. Cincinnati o.i0.1t Cleveland 0. Columbus. O.3ii.0 Denver. Detroit. .�>2 Elpaso tex.2�. Is Helena. . Jacksonville fla.30.22 Kansas City. Mo.30. 0 Louisville ky.30. Is Memphis tenn.s0.20 Moorhead minn.30.3s new Orleans. new York City.29.u4 Norfolk 30. Of Omaha. Neb.30.28 Pittsburg pa.29.a4 you Appelle assin.30.58 st. Louis mo.0.22 st. Paul. Minn .30.22 san Antonio tex.29.�2 Santa be. N. M.20.80 Spring fled iii.30.22 Tampa Washington d. C.29.38 temp. 41 44 24 32 3� 34 s 30 41 is 42 it �2 40 .�z2 42 4� 10 42 �?12 2i> 12 g4 34 20 r.4 40 Weth. It cry Clear Snow Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Snow Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Cleur it cry Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy quoth a it cry Clear �?��1�w Bakx Ltd f. R. Wapp Behan local forecast of Cal. Gen. Lopez complains because of an official snub. New a Otic Lee. Lopez late Secretary of tie filipino commission at Washington in an article in the Londei indent Torlay reprints a letter that he sent to president Mckinley last january. In which he said that Frank communications Between the filipinos and Tho United states government would Avert trouble. Quot the reasonable prayer contained in the above Sas Senor Lopez Quot has never been granted. The latter itself with several outlier letters Ami memorials were never accorded the Courtesy of even a formal acre Owieda ment of receipt. Although 1 am doing everything in my a it Ower to Oring about peace Quot says Senor Lopez in conc tiding his article Quot i would not counsel our people to surrender a unconditionally Why not negotiate if negotiations fall it will then be time enough for two vessels Given up. Tacoma. Wash., dec. 13.�?shipping men have g in to Quot for lost the Schooner american girl and the bark Colusa both american vessels. The american Lorl capt. Roos sail d from ban prank Java october 8 for a ort Cramble it had a Crew of sixteen i in. The Colusa put to Iea from Kabul i. Hawaii october 21, bound for departure Bay. It carried twelve

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