The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, December 01, 1900, Image 1
tviv ,-- 'jr -' fMWV c i '1(1,4 wf,w,,r-1 va"; " vv' f '" y" ( " '"'P''J" "? 'i CARBONDALE EDITION s rihtme. cmnton . HE ONLY SCRANTON PAPliR RECEIVING THE COMPLETE NEWS SERVICE of3 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, THE GREATEST NEWS AGENCY IN THE WORLD. TWO CENTS. TWELVE RAGES SCRANTON, PA., SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1900. TWELVE RAGES TWO CENTS. ffvu'jurt 'vt Juf rv? M?k AID TO QUELL THE BOERS The Former Ultlanders Arc Ear ncstlij Urged to Take tlie Field. TO END THE TROUBLE Speech by Sir Alfred Milner in Cnpo Town The British High Commis sioner Admits a General Miscalcu lation as to the Time When Peace Would Be Restored Troops to the Afrikander Congress. By K.xcliklvc Wire from llio Associated IN cat. Cape Town, Nov. fio. In the course of his address .to the refugees com Jiiltte on Tuesday, .Sir Alfred Milner nilmitted that there hud been a gon eral miscalculation as to the time when pence would bo restored. Cluer x Ilia, operations, Intended to Inflict tho maximum of Injuries on the victors, lie said, wt'io riming delay, and he finally pointed out that those fit and willing to render military service could bnsten their own loturn and that of tho other refugees by joining the vol unteers In the field. Sir Alfred expressed sympathy with Iho refugees over the continued re fusal of the military uuthoiitlos to pcr anit them to return to their homos, but said that his recent visit to the Transvaal had thoroughly convinced lilm that It would be only a cruel kind ness to permit any considerable num ber to go back under existing con ditions. "We believe In taking the people," bo said, "into our confidence. I would lidvi.se the refugees to form an ad visory committee and to consult with tho authorities as to the best possi ble measures." Three hundred tioops will be des patched to tho camp at Worcester, where the Africander congress will meet on Dec. C. Kitchener in Command. London, Nov. "0. The war olliee an nounced this evening that Lord Tlob erts handed' over the command of the Uritish troops In South Africa to Lord Kitchener. It Is further nnnounced that the queen approves Loul Kitchener's pro motion to lieutenant general, with the junk of general, while in command In South Africa. SENATOR DAVIS IN STATE. Steady Stream of People View the Remains. By Exclusive Wire from Tho Aisoci.itid INini St. Paul, Nov. "0. For five hours to clay a steady sticam of people of all nges and conditions slowly filed through the governor's rooms in the state capi 1ol to take n last look on the silent and lifeless body of Cushman Kellogg Da vis. The.CLcapIon was an hnpresslve one, and' every one In the long line s-eomed to realize tho loss tli.it hud come to the Mate of Minnesota ami the nation. Neaily IIO.OOO people passed the silent form, paying their last tribute of respect with a look of regiet and, in home cases, with a sob as if for a per gonal loss, Wot alone the people of ills Jiome city, but from all -parts of the ttato camo citizens of all cieeds and politics, of ad colors and conditions In life, to Dhow their esteem for the hon ored dead. At 3 o'clock the line of people seemed to be without end, and It was found necessary to close tho doors, turning thousands away. The cotlln was then again carried to the hearse by the stal wart artillerymen and the same simple escort piocsided back to the states man's late homo, wheie the bei caved wlfo and the stilokon patents awaited In sorrow for their dead. TIFFANY WILL CONTEST. Difference in Election Figures in Wyoming Co. to Be Investigated Uy Uuluslvc Who fiom Tho Avoclaled I 'km. Tunkhnnnoek, I'a Nov. !10. II, 1. Tllfany, i:opiiblleun, has illed papers Instituting a contest of tho election of A. II. Squlcrs, Democrat, to the legis lature. Tho election board of Monroe township certllled that Tiffany re reived 10S voto.s In that pieclnct, whlL tho tally sheet showed but lOIi. The computing board accepted the tally sheot as conect, which hud the effect to reduce Tiffany's vote sufllclently to give the election to Squler by a ma jority of three. In Tiffany's petition hu nllpges fraud In several precincts. DEATHS OF A DAY.' fly l'.xeluihe Wire from Tho ,ioiatul INec )o,v Irstovwi, I'.i., Nov. , Louis l, Vuuliliu lull, late cashier of Ihi' Po.tlotottii Nation i link, died lit hi I oiiio hole loil.iji Imil been In Ill-health hiiKO his leliinnoiii limn ImdiioM tat minuiei, .Mr, WorlliinuttJii uj lmiu li. Bii'-kiiigli.iin township in ISM, sluinokln, l'.i,, Iu, :i). )i. l'l.miii, M Hulk died ut Inn homo Inn- lod.i.e f luul.uiti, lit' was u graduate nf .li'iriru Medical mlleac, 1'hiliidilphl.i, mid was olio of tin- imi pioinn rut plijulci.ins in till, put of tin' ht.itc. Ihiilu. tlm Civil wai In- iii.iii lied wllli Minium In Hu ll a. Corporations Charteted. Jy Kulushu Wile fiom '1'lic Associated INim. aui)mi.', V1. U0. -I'll. rlru .hk ii.ued ut lie Utc ilcpailiueiil at follows: I'li.j 'sandy ,:il.i' tVatiT wull.i, Sandy bake-, Meicer county; apital, .10,U). 'II if HiehJIidnah he Co, hlmi. liiiki.ili i capital, .'j,l)0. 'flic New lliiulituii Sucl t'u., Niu llrlablim, Peatii muni j iup. Ul, tl5,W, Killed by a Car, y llxcliulic Wiio (nun 'I lie Associated I'icss. WjIkrD-lljne, Xnv. su. Alexander AihIcimui, .i Iwede, while walkluir on I lit- Imik uf the cln'. llo ullttiiy ul Wibtmori'lanil, ni'Ji lii'ii-, u.i ihi iIomii liy u i.ir iiml liVUntly kllkil. 'Iho iuii uas on .1 Ult to loljttiivt in till touiitr mil vols aliont to ntuin liuinu wlicu he met NiUi tliu act Iduit. QUAY TO BE THERE. Rents House In Harrlsburg and Will Conduct Fight. Ily Kxdudrc Wire from Tlip Assort itcil PreM. Itarrlsburff, Pa Nov. .10. Colonel John A. Olenn, of tho auditor general's department, has leased the Etter resi dence, No. 20f! Pine street, for Colonel Quay, during the legislative session. Tho ex-senulor will false possession January 1, -uid will remain until the senatorial fight Is over. The headquar ters at tho Lochlei hotel will be re tained. Tho new lesldence Is but a shott dis tance from the capital, ami Is on tho street leading from the executive man sion to the executive department. GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT IS APPEALED TO An Effort to Punish Policemen Who Clubbed the New York Negroes Some Time Ago. Ily i:rlusltii Wire fiom The Awciatod Prr. Now York, Nov. "0. Frank Moss has sent to Governor Roosevelt, Mayor Van AVyok, the police hoard and the district attorney con inunicatlons regarding the late negio riots and the part taken by the police, especially in the Investiga tion ordered by the mayor. The com munication was signed by W. II. llrooks, president of the Citizens' Pro tective league, an organization of col oi ed people. With each communication is sent a coiy of numerous witnesses' testimony of clubbing by the police during the riots. The object Is to have the policemen who did the clubbing (and the officials, the league declares, are shielding them) prosecuted and diiven off the police force. Sir. HrooKs writes to the governor that the ponce commissioners have dis continued their investigations, pigeon holed complaints against higher offic ials and htive not preferred a charge against a single ollleer. The governor is asked to consider the matter sent him to the end that ho may take action. The letteis to the mayor and the other ofllcials cover the same groir:d. f.RUGER IN PARIS. He Is Accompanied by Dr. Leyds. Herr Kerdyk Receives Applause at the Hague. By Exclniite Wire fiom Tho Aiwci.itoil Prow. Paris, Nov. HO. .Mr. Kruger re mained indoois, ungaged Jn, consulta tions with his advlboih-p.nrtf.nelvlm, callers, until shortly after- o'clock this afternoon, when, accompanied by Dr. Leyds and the usual military es cort, lie called on M. Faltleres, tiresi dent of the senate. The Interview lasted ten minutes, after which Mr. Kruger returned to his hotel. The Hague. Nov. :!0. During the course of the debate on the budget In the second chamber today Herr Kerdyk, Itadlcal, reiterated his opin ion that the Netherlands ought to have declined tho honor of convening the peace conference unless the Transvaal was admitted. Ho highly approved of the offer of the Dutch government to Intervene between the Transvaal and (heat Rrltain before the war and especially commended the oiler to place the Dutch cruiser ("leldeland at Sir. Kruger's disposal to convey him from South Africa to ICurone. This act, he said, had been applauded by the whole world. The remarks of Herr Kerdyk weie greeted with loud cheers. Mr. Krupi-r, late this afternoon, vis ited M, 1v.schunol, president of trie chamber of deputies, remaining with him leu i.i. mites. M. Deschanel le turned the call. The clergv of the Church of the Sacred Heart of Moiitmaitie will to morrow, at the moment of Mr. Kruger's departuie. tell the famous snvoyarde. the second bugesLbell In the woild, In memory ol ine Fieneluuen who died In the Transvaal. This afternoon Mr. Kruger paid a faiowoll visit to Piesldent Loubet, who returned it. OSCAR WILDE DEAD. Once Famous Poet Dies in an Obscure House in the Latin Quar ter of Paris. By ntelusho Wire from 'llio Associated PreM. Dublin, Nov. SO. A dispatch to the Kvonlng Mall from Purls says Oscar AVIIde Is dead, The 'llspalch adds that he expired In an obscure house in tho Latin quar ter from meningitis, and was received into Ihu Catholic church on his death bed. For some time he had been indifi posed. In October he was obliged to submit to a borlous operation, fiom the effects or which ho never recov ered. Ho died at 2 o'clock this (Friday) morning at the Mulgon Du Polrler, an obscuio hotel, In the presence of Lord Alfred DougluH. Paris, IJec, I, Lo Jouniule says It Is rumored that AVIIdo committed sui cide. AVIIde ha been living In a hotel on the Hue Des Deaux Arts, whern he hud been known for several months under the name of Munmoth, FIRE AT GREAT BEND. Ily K.idiisiu' Win: fiom Tho As&ocialoil I'nu. SiiMiui'li.imi.i, Nov, !iO. At (.real Item), SiiiUt li.iiina touiity, tliU hum ulng, ft) on loul, of tail l.aik, the properly of tho Aniuicin lllile ami Luther iimijiJiiy, was iloshoyt-il In Uio, together with Iho liiilMIn? containing It. 'llio Ore ! U- licud to lave bom of li.comliary nrlatii. ' m Ten Per Cent. Reduction. By i:xdushe Wire fiom llic Aswiatoil I'rcu. Iluriialiun;, Nov. SO. A notice u posted at Iho 1'im.syhanla Mtcl workt, Modioli, this cuhlntr, anuouiicliij; a loiliutlon of ton pa- cent, in wt,i' to lake ulitt Jan. 1. 'the loJuetlon aficits all uf the men. CONFESSION OP A MAIL ROBBER Edmund J. Bell Admits Having Taken $2,000 from the Government. SOME MONEY RECOVERED Story of the Theft of Large Sums of Money Sl,507 of the Cash Is Ss cured The Clerk Opened Wine and Gave Diamond Rings to Lady Friends Will Be Held for Trial. Py i:r1inln Who from Tho Asoelateil IN em. New York, Nov. 30. ICdmund J. Hell, nged nl.ieteen, was arraigned today bo fore United States Commissioner Alex ander by Chief I'ostolllco Inspector King and Inspector Jacobs, charged with having robbed the malls of $2,000. Hell nn-lo a complete confession when arrested and later wnlved examination. He was held for trial. , Hell had been employed In the regis try division of the general postofllce for seven months. The theft was a very recent one, and $1,51)7 of the money win recovered. On November -i tho ISufaln National bank, of Etifalu, Ala., sent a registerrd letter containing $2,000 In ten, twent: and fifty dollar bills to the Western Nation il bank, this city. The letter reached Here November 27 and oass.-Ml throush Hvjil's hands. He opened it and took the money. Hell at that time was under sunlclon of having stolen, early in Novunbor, $201 from a regis tered loUer scat from Hatlletd. Mass., and was bob.g watched very closely. Watch on Bell. AVhen the $2,000 jobbery was maiSe known the vatch on Hell was re doubled. On Wednesday niKhl he was seen by Inspector Jacobs opening win" in a report. It was also known that ho had made very lecenl purchases of jewelry. Tills morning, w hen Bell left the postofllce, he was followed by Inspectoi Jacobs. He fitst Went to a house In the West ido in Harlem, whore he called on u ,;oung woman and remained there for two hours. 1c gave her a diamond ring woith nhout $r0. He was then followed homo and arrested. When.iuv.-sleil the house was searohel fur. the remainder ot the money and tha $l,.'i07 -ecoveied was found in an ol 1 closet in the bas-ement of the house. Bell wore, -when arrested, a diamond and tUKiurnse scarf pin. woi th about $7."i, that he gave up, and the Inspectors say thay wjli get the ring he "gave to the young woman. Hell also bought a diamon 1 iln and save it ti. a youm; woman In the Tenderloin. MARGUERITEKELLY'S THRILLING ESCAPE The Girl Supposed to Have Been Kid napped Tells How She Eluded Of ficers to Join Her Aunt. IlyKcluio Who iiom The Amiatnl Plows. Cleveland, O., Nov, 30. Marguerite) Kelly, the 13-year-old girl who was yesterday reported as having been kid napped near WIlkes-Harre, Pa., has arrived here and tells n thrilling tale of how she eluded her relatives and tho olllceis ol that place and suc ceeded in being restoted to her tiunt. Alls. Kiuhailne Kelly, of No. fiS Mc Lean street, Cleveland. In company with a man sent after her by Airs. Kelly, the girl says she left the school at Miner's Mills and walked many miles through the moun tains, finally teaching Iho village of Wyoming. From that point a train wtis taken to Rcranton. At tho lat ter place Mrs. Kelly mot the girl and they immediately started for Clove, land. Airs. Kelly soys she was appointed guardian for her nieces by the probata court here soon aftir tho death of the child's mother, but Hint Airs. Kin ney, of Miner's .Mills, declined to give her up, notwithstanding the strim dosiro of Maiguurlto to live with her tolallvcs here, THE CHINESeTrISIS. Striking Article in tho Spectator Dealing with Pekin Devel opments, Ily lUchifclio Yllo fiom The AhmKiUiI I'iim. London, Dec, 1 3 a, m. Tim Specta tor In a striking article dealing with tho Chinese crisis expressed tlm opin ion that the most recent dovelopmeats at Pekin foreshadow a Chinese vlclorj over the alllss. "The quarrel has boon brought to the tost of force," It suv.i, "and force on the civilized sldu has proved Insulllelent. The result Is mainly due to the attitude of Itussla and the United Status. If China es capes Willi the payment of mnall In demnity and many proinls-s on jvpur, as seems not unlikely, sluuo Clevmuny and Oreat Uiitaln may not bo willing to Incur the expenditure and risk In volved iu pei'Mstlng In their donirrwls, It will bo equivalent to a victor v Dr China, for nothing has occttried which will convince the Chlneso that tliulr mighty empress has been defeated or that Kurope cuu avenge any futuiv massacres." 1 STATE FINANCES. By lluliuhc Wire fiom 'Ihe AtooiLinl Pro). llaiiliburs, Xoy i'fl. 'I lie nUto' lliwiuial uf. fuiiij .iimouiit.c that ut Ihe i Ids.' of I lie lUcal year loilay there vai $r.,tll'),U).7? in the ilato tiuiiiiy, of uhicli $l,S.2.a3ti.ai v in llio icon cial find, ami .',.127,(1..13 in the t.lnkii'K' find. During Ike J oar there vaij leuiveil at the ttutu Iro.-uury, $17,tui,'.il,7$, the lait rccelpta in one year in the liUtory of the ttate VICTIMS OF FOOT BALL. Death of a Left Tackle Columbia Player FataLy Injured. Ily Kxrlmlic Wire fiom Tho Auol.ileil Prow. Johnstown, Nov. 30. L. Trumh.tll Kelly, left tackle of the Capital I'ul tute foot bull club, of this city, died today from tho effects of an accident yestetday titlernoon In n game with the Indiana State Normal Schnol team. Kelly tackled Full Hack Long and was thrown. 1 ong's knee nttiktng him on tile back of the head. Ho never regained consciousness. Kelly's home wit" at West Superior. Wis, He was a Yafo graduate and was employed as draughtsman by the Cumbria Iron company. Lebanon, Nov. 30. Chillies Lehman, left tackle of the Columbia, INi Olympic Athletic Club foot boll team, Is In the hospital here, suffering wilh three broken libs and an Injured spine, as the result of the lot.it ball game yestetday bet wen Lebanon and Columbl'i. The Injured man Is not e: pectd to recover, and today his family wtis summoned from Columbia. B00Z WILL DIE FROM EFFECTS OF MUM A Philadelphia Boy Tortured in a Fiendish Manner nt West Point. Ily KMliiolir Who fii.in Tho A iitul INr,. Philadelphia. Nov. 10. A special t. the Press from T'rislolS P.I., says: "(."scar L. Hong, a young man 21 yean of age, lies at the point of death at his home on Coitar stieet. About a year ago, young Imio,: was appointed by Congressman Wanger to the West Point military academy, and the par ents, decline that the hazing adminis tered nt that time was of such an nttocious untitle tha' the death or their son inav lesult. After Ihe hazing, Cougressni'in Wun ger's appointee was left in siuh a physical condilliii thai he 'mil to re sign ids c.tdetshlp. Jt i allogjd that tobasco sauce was pomed down liooa's tbiotit, red penper was thrown in his eyes, hot grease poured on his bare feet, a tooth knocked out and fiend ish operations g net ally Indulged In. The Ifoiiz family loue no hesitancy in declaring that the basing received by Oscar Is responsible for Ids precar ious condition. SEVENTEEN PERSONS VICTIMS OF ACCIDENT Results of Collapse of a P.oof in San Francisco List of tho Dead. By i:cliiibo Who fumi The .Usoclntnl Hum. San Franobco, Nov. 30. Four per sons injured in the glass works acci dent yesterday died this morning, making the total number of dead sjv enteen. Several more of the injured will die. About ,the morgue today (there have been crowds of anxious iuiiuirers, rela tives and friends of those who ate known to have been victims of the nc cid 'in, The dead have all been iden tllled. Cntil the dead shall have been viewed by the coroner's jiuy no bodies can be taken away from tho morgue. All of the hospitals are ciowded with the maimed and injured and a large staff of physicians and nur.ies are at work. Following is a lovlsed list of th3 dead: John Brough, aged 111; Hubert Harrison, 13, of Tupcka, Kan,: Law rence Mlel, school boy; Tallvrand Barnowell, 15: 11. K. Kckfeldt. 12; 1'M ward Flahven, b"; Loen Glrard, 17; Charles Monaghan. ."2; Hector Mc Neil.. 13; Hubert .Miller. 13; J. A. 'Mill rooney, miner, !!S, Spokane, Wash., Virgil Newby. IS: William Uotheu .steln, 13; Thomas .1. Hippon, 21; Alek kevan Dyk. 40; William Valencia, IS; Dante Monaco, IS. THE STUDENT VOTE. Subject Considered at the Eighth Bi ennial Convention of the Ameri can College League. fly Huliisiie Wire from The s.M)ei.iteiI I're.is. Philadelphia, Nov. ".0, The matter of tho disfranchisement of college stu dents In eleven states and the removal of this disability, Is tho chief subject before tho eighth biennial convention of tlm American Jlepublloaii College League, which began hero today. F. 11. Whitney, of Williams college, the league iepresentatlvo wilh tho Ite puhllcun national committee In Chl c jo during tho campaign, submitted a loport of the work accomplished by the students in doubtful stales. The .student vote, he said, wits especially elfeetlvu In Indiana, South Dakota and some other stales, ulid he claimed that It practically carried Nebraska for MoKlnley, About 92 per cent, of tlm student voters, he said, was UepuPII caii, the vote In Indiana alone totaling 3,600. Addresses were mado by H, n. Klti land, of Harvard, and Horace It. Ban cioft, tho'lattor representing William J, Bryan's old collego in Illinois. About suventy-llvo delegates, repre senting 237 colleges, are at tho conven tion. ' Farmer Commits Suicide, Dy Uxcluilio Wire ficni Tho Awoclateil Preu. Pittslmrif, Nov. 30. UiIioji lienor, u pnnii. Ii.mt ami wealthy fanner of Cullior tnuaihli, InlDinitteiJ Mlltiile loill) li.v tlu.otlng iilinef in Ihe lie.nl with un old iiiuule loadlui,' nil.', Nn loatou U iiulitneil fui th miuilo. Ho had ul ilu.tl.v lieiu thlnkuij; of thu niitler fur bum. tlm;', .H the family onoo hi duo cauitht hliu with lli; 1 1 He while he ai making iiapiiatloin K. kill llllllH'lf, Pittsburg Coal Floating to Market. Uy Kuliidio Win from Tho ,Woilitoil I'icm. l'lltoliurg, ov. W). About tf.OftVXJO hudiil of oo j 1 iitarteil for thu boutli Unlay, ii(uli inr 11J toal boats mill til bau,'M to carry, Toilay'n eliliiiuiit briiik'n I lie total for the present lUe up lo lbOHO.OX) Inbhel. Tho Kiunk (iiluiore ktuiled fur Ntu" Oilcan with thu Hut uvle IHudent tow time the comMiutlon was fyiiued. THE TAMMANY INVESTIGATION Sub-Committee Makes Report as to the Conditions in the 8th Assembly District. WHERE VICE FLdURISHES Though the Committee Bcported the District Clenn nnd Orderly Evi dence Is Olven by Paul Klopstock to Show That Houses of Ill-Hepute Are Kept Open for the Reception of All, and That the Cheap Dance Halls Are Running Full Blast. Il.v INilniio Wire from The Asioei.itoil Prfi. N.'W Vork, Nov. .10. The Tammany investigation committee held a meet ing today, i.t ivlilcli tho sub-committee appolntr I for tlio purpose of In vestigating lee condition In the Eighth assembly district and remedying them rendered a long leport on the results of their work. This was the district which was romphtitiL'd of by Mr. Straus in bis i"pot, before the Tammany ex ecutive committee, which led to the or ganising of the investigation commit tee. The Mlb-committoe icportod that from Police t'aptnin Titus and other sources it had learned that the district was clean, all the disorderly houses and resmis -.ltlch had been complained of having Von closed. It further re ported tha1' efforts had been made to seeuie the l.atues of the persons who owned the houses where vice had flour ished, for th'j purpose of starting pi ose cutlons, but owing to the means em ployed by iur.dlords to cover up their tracks the effort had proved abortive, tliouj'.i the Investigation was to be kept up. When tlie leport was finished, Chair man Nixon asked If any of the citizens incsent had any Information to pie sent, Paul Klopstock, chairman of a committee recently formed to ferret out vice, gave KDme evidence which tended to set at n night the report of the sub committee icpresenting the district to be clean. Klopstock gave the commit tee the add! esses of several houses of lll-i eptite v Inch were open the night befoie. Hj also told of dancing halls which yeie tun as "social clubs." and wheie youiiT boys and girls, In all cases under eighteen, met and spent the ovoHnirs and the better part of tlie night In dancing. Chairman Nixon said tho informa tion given by Klopstock would bo sub mitted to (.r.ptain Titus. CABINET MEETING HELD YESTERDAY Secretary Root Describes Hin Cuban Tiip Chinese Situation Explained. Ily i:eliisiie Wire from The Associated I'icsil Washington, Nov. 20, For Hie first time In many months all the members of the cabinet were present ut today's meeting. Much of the time of the meeting was given up to listening to Secretary Hoot's account of his Cuban trip. Ho described conditions as he found them and the situation as ha painted II was regarded as generally satisfactory. Secretary Hay explained luiclly the new features of the Chi nese situation, which, however, were not of much lnipoitunce. It is under stood that one of the Chinese viceroys has been proceeding energetically against the Hoxer.s, punishing guilty persons and protecting foreigners and Christians. Hut notwilhst idlug his commenda ble course tho same Information was to the elfect that the Germans were nol satislied mid that they were con templating a hostile movement ngalnst him. Owing to the deaths of Senators Davis and lleur the president's mes sage will nol be transmitted to con gress until Tuesday. ANOTHER HUNTING ACCIDENT. Clarence Mohartcr Kills His Cousin, Clarence Cope, By KsiIihIic Wire fiom The Associated 1'rcji WIlkes-Harre, Nov. HO. While Clar ence Cope, aged seventeen, and his cousin, Clarence Mohnrter, of the ume age, both residing In Sloeum township, were hunting yesterday afternoon, Cope shot at a bird und missed It. Mohar tor, who was a few" foot behind, then shot at tho bird, but ho llrcd low and tho contents of the gun lodged In Cope's buck. The lad died In groat agony. He was conscious to the last, and tuld the shooting was purely accidental, Steamship Arrivals. Ily Uxcliuhc Who from 'flio Associated Pre.M. New York, Nov, .10. Arrived! XoonlUwl, from Antwerp. (ieiiiedi Malunlim, Ilottfrilam Ma lloiiloglie; C.mip.ml, bluipuol; Cap i'rlo, Hani. Iiiiil?, Ilriliilii Aiiheds Tale, from New Voil;, .Movllk hillnl; 1 : 1 1 1 1 o 1 1 1 ((mm (ilastotv), .Vcw Vork. Southampton Silk-il; peuUchland (fiom Ilaniliuri,). New Vork ia L'lieibouig, I.lturil 1'asMil; l.'Aqiiltaliie, New- Vork for Havre. Hot teidam Sailed: Si.iaiinljiii, lloulogne and Nciv VoiL. m Double Hanging Arranged. Dy i:ihnhe Wire fiom 'Ihe Associated i'resa. llariWniij;, Nov, SO. (loumor Stone tod.. tc. tpltid (leoiite Wuiil, tho WujlilliKtou lounty liiunkur, Iiom Pec. 1 In .Ian. U, 1WI, 'Ihe iIjIo of the execution of .lames Join's, of the bjiiio count, was llxeil I'm Jan. U, and ut the l(quct ot the county olikiali Ward wa ieiitnl until the laltci dale that both intglit hu hanged en the wiiiu da). Trouble in Roumanin. Ily J'Aihuho Wire fiom Tho Awoeiated Prew. Iluduiet, Uuiiinania, .No, U0. A rUine; of Molduiiau pea&inta against tho new prune tphlls lias taken plaic. Tho military li.no thot twenty men and liao mado many I'llsoucrj. THE NEWS THIS MOKN'IM) Weather Indications Tody, qcnerai.lv fair. 1 fleiior.il Tnmmaiiy Vln Inveitlitiillon, Hall tlotibcr Cniti-mM. Aid Aikod to fiioll the llnrri, Tiuki-y Will Settle tip with 1 title Sam. 2 ffenirnl Ciirtiiinilito tKiartimut. '. 3 l.iii.il-nortlni,' (lo"li. I'or tho ilc I,ooi. Vow Ye Pushloii). I IMItorlat. Weekly better on Municipal Allaiirt. r bnc.it Social mid Perion.il. One Woman's View. (I Local t'oiut Plot eeiHliK". Ilrllicry C.wos May lie Settled. 7 I.ooal -Jljior N In lnr of (loin; Into Sirtillll-(l.l City. Do Cniniy Miiv I In Ueilumd S l.iH.il-o4 Siimiton and Suhiuhiii. !l (ienual -N'mthonstirn IViiiiibniil.i. I'liiaiielal mid Ci.uituoiil it. 10 Slurj "A Country ("oiiIii." 11 I.ooal miLiy Sohnol boston foi Touinnou. ISelluInus Xiws of tho Week. U I.ooal-Live .Vows of tho IndtMiljl World. GERMANS OBJECT TO THE AMERICAN LOAN Fears That the United States Will Become the Banker of Europe Are Expressed in the Reichstag. Uy Kelusie Wire from Tho Awotialod INes. Ueiiln, Nov. 30. In the relchstug to day during tho debate on the loan bills. Dr. Von Thielmun, secretary of the imperial treasury, wus asked why tho loan for SO.000,000 marks was placed in America. Ho replied that thi Her man money market in September was in mi unfavorable condition and tlie government had been urged to avoid doing anything to raise the rate. Therefore, it was considered advisable to draw money from America and Great l'lifain, as they both hud a great abundance, especially the Un ted States, and the 'government had to be careful not to deplete the German money market towards tho end of thu year. Count Von Kanltz, the Agrarian leader, said he regietted the loan was not placed in Uennauy. America, lie added, might easily become tho banker of Kurope. Herr Husiug, National bdbcrul, ob served that patriotic heart-burnings were unnecessary. Oreat Britain had also plaeec a, loan in America. Hut, In his opinion, a clause should have been inserted prohibiting America from placing a loan In Germany. Dr. Von Thielmun, replying lo ills critics, declared the apprehensions of Herr Busing wore groundless. Should ti scarcity of money occur in America, a contingency which, after the ie-elec-tlon of President MeKinley, be did not fear, Americans would only be able to return the loan to Germany at a loss. "I can assure Count Von Kanltz," concluded Dr. Thielmun. "that we did not run after the Americans. They came to us." Dr. Arendt, secretary of the German Bimetallic league, approved placing the loan abroad. He said its issue In America protected the market ftom rises of discount. Herr Koch, president of the Imperial bank, also approved the way the loan was placed. He said he did not entet taln fear that the loan would be used by Americans to draw gold from Ger many. Dr. Von Siemens, president of the National bank, said it was unnecessary to go abroad for money. After fur ther dlscubslon tlie subject was dropped. LOSS OF THE Y0SEMITE Official News of the Disaster Be- ceived from Admiral Remey. Guam Natives in Danger or Starvation. Dy Kclujitc Wiic from Hie Associated l'ies. Washington, Nov. HO. The navy de partment bus received thu following cablegram ftom Admiral , Itemey, in reference to the sluicing of the cruiser Yosemlte: t'aiiie, Nor, ;,0. Ollliial 1 1 pull fiom tiuain Jul iiveiicd. IV lowing nit II iliiiuiiod JJth: .lo.i. Audoi&iiu. eoal lUNtvr; .laeob boioy Mrliatfij, iippii utliv, tut il.iv.; (loo. Auhol, xoimau; William I'lieleikl. DiWi., llri nun, Hist class; 1'iaiik Salaii-ou, u. KVMiin, Two liodiei itioM'ii'd, luil were iiuiio oj.nI:ibli. I'lHirnor ltpoKs ilanser of Mima lion, ,U.S !J,001 pounds Hour, ;ii),U0li biiul!, 1,Uio wnrar, tiO.iKV) ball puik, ai.ODi) itio, till for destitute iiathes, Mill I H'lid by our iiul'ir New.uk (iuaui? iSigiieil) Itemey. Secrutury Long has dlreelod thnt the supplies be in.nl. PENNSYLVANIA EABNINGS. Ily rAilu.lVn Wire from Iho .Wociatul I'ioh, Philadelphia, Nov, :!U, Tho 1'iuin.ilvant.i Hall load ioiiipaii'i loinpaiUoii of earnings und t peiiM'S for month of tletoher, wi, mid foi ten liiolltlis ending Oct. 31, II), wltll name puiwU of lS'Jt) is ns foll'iwi.; bines iliioetly opeiateil, mouth of Oetoher, PH) firoi"i c.irnlngi., iuiivaso "l.',:!00j oxpiiuos, in. ciea-o ifiW.inil; net larnliiis, IncieaM1, S,',0.!,C0., Ten months rncliiiK Ott. ill, J'K)-(iom eain Inirn, iiioie.ivu silO.M'.'.TOOi i'pensi., ineie'iue SH, IKJ.SOO; net ciinliiifi, ineiease A3,mO,ixi, 'Ihe dhow ilKuiiit do not fi.iluile the opiiatlom of thu lluttalo mid AlleKlieuy Valley dhidou. Northein Central Hallway company, niontli of October, DiV)-(iiuM ruriiiuiid, decrease l-l'ilui; i-pciiics, ilieieata; lii.toil; net tainiUKS, de ilfjsei $i:il,50O. Tell inonllis Hiding Oct. .'II, 1J0 OroM earn iiii;, iiicnase $171,1011; eiicues, iucreaio 1'jD, WO; net culling, iuueae Albino. Keenan Escapes Murder Verdict. Ily I'xchikltc Wire fiom The Awoclated Pre'i. llellefoute, I'J., Nov. :W. In coutt lieie today, John Keenan wjm adjiulKCil not guilt ot caculiii' Ihe death hy hootlii(r of Anuio llobbiiu, ot tilllentowu on Sept. 'M. Tho wi'laht of thu cI diueo tended lo bhow- the reMvcr Usi'd to bale been difcluiKed in the eti ngglo for its possesion betweiii Keenan and the uirl. The nun will now- hu Iritd for cuujlu;; concealed ckadly weapon). TURKEY WILL PAY INDEMNITY AcGordlna to Constantinople Opin ion American Glnlms Are Practicnllu Settled. WILL BUY A WARSHIP An Irnde Has Been Promulgated Providing for tho Building of a Cruiser in the United States Stata Department Not Particular as to 1'orm of Payment Question of Exequatur for Consul nt Harpoot Hemains Open Porte Probably In fluenced by Bussla. Ily Kxclu-tiio Wire from 'Ihe Asiutlated Picas. Coustiiiitinople. Thursday, Nov. !!!i. Tho oiilnlon Is expressed In diplomatic circles here thai the American claims arising from tlie Armenian massacres "may lie regarded as practically set tled by tin Irnde piovldlng for the building of a cruiser in the United States, which lias been ofllcially pro mulgated." The question of the consulate at Harpoot (Khaiput) remains to be din posed of. The l'orte Insists In Its re fusal to grant an exequatur to Dr. Thomas 11. Norton. Tlie moral effect, however, cienteil by the presence of the United States battleship Kentucky at Smyrna, in support of the represen tations of the American legation, tnkbii In conjunction with the settle ment of the other claims, lends the legation to hope for an early nrrane--ment of all outstanding differences. London, Nov. SO. Nothing in regard to llio United States battleship Ken tucky Is coming direct from Smvrnn. The authorities there are evidently censoring all desoatches. In a IJeuter dispatch from Constant inople, it is suggested that Russia Is prompting tlie l'orte to refuse to grant tin oxquatur to Dr. Norton. The dis patch adds: "It is an open secret thnt they dis like the foreign consuls In Asia Minor, especially tlie Americans, whom they suspect of aiding the American mis sion work in Armenia." Washington. Nov. HO. No proposi tion lias come to the United States government lrotn 'I'm key looking to the payment of the missionary claims under the guise of an order for a War ship to be built In the United States. While it is hardly expected that any formal proposition of this kind will be forthcoming, It is, of course, beyond tlie power of the state department to Interfere with any arrangement that , llio Turkish government may enter, into with American Milp-bullders and' individual claimants. The point is. after all. to have the claims paid, and tho state department ollicials are not very particular as to the form In which tho payments tire made. Per haps they are indifferent In mat re spect because of knowledge of the fact that the Turkish government might be embarrassed by th-v pressure of Kitropean ci editors weie the United States to Insist upon certain form.i of pioceduiv. I Theie are no developments in tlie ne- j gotiations lespectlng the exequatur of Dr. Norton, who would be United States consul at Harpoot. The matter Is still one of correspondence, and the authorities here are confident that the Turkish government will, In tho end, yield. DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE. ily i:clutic Wiic fiom 'Iho Associated INfW. New oik. Nov. SO. It. (i. Dun .; I'o.V Week ly Heiliw of Trad, tciinunou' will m)" "llolidi setall trade btuiti. oil well. Tho week. lias licru c iiaracieiiul by miny ndianeea lo pirn'-, hut Iho niu.-i idauilicaut U Iho Miiall rit in hunt- and thm?. v.hleh of nil the cleat in-iluiliio- has been Mowi-I lo conform to the geu ir.il linprciMiotiil. A l.ngci demand tor BOOdf for ciiiicul consumption is tlie repoit from near ly all diiectiuis 'iho diy Roods trade, recov illiii; ntter luent liipilcl iticit, shown lmsiurM cspiudini;, but iiriKiilarly and rdmvly. liood news continue to lomo Iiom iion and jteel ucc tlvib. Mlo- ot pis hen in tluee weeks havu iilatiicatiil tion.oixi tons ut lilt into and idle fur. linos mo ipiing lulu ld.it, Imliiatinu a lnueli laiiai- Lipiclty now than or. Nov. 1. llujimr of nil llnUhcd liiini'. ImiiM-es, und i-omis orders aie placid at tdlidilly higher iiiintulioii. Hailioails an- iiiiic'lM-iiiig most lihoially and iiiaohlru-rj N ill (pcii.il ileiuaiid. A-. Ml llio iidiauu iu i"i inii cnods is not nt all ill piopuition In Iho ttJlu in law uuteilal. 'Iho wool tuiiket is luou'ilnic fimii llio hhoek of heal) (ailuies. Wheal is turtlur fiom ,1 dollar Hum nt any time kIiicc llut pi lira was pieiliitul by I hiiih niitliority mul tho iiual linnors of dimauo fiom Julutliu heforn frot fall us tl.it (is they hue done Iu plenum yiuitf. An uiuplo cum clop ili'l nl prevent a ilevir unnliulitor firm eouiliirf imitiul of tho uiailablo stocks ul 'hie-ago. and foiclnt; Urn pileo mi tu SI ce.ili. foi the cuiient inontli' dcliuiy- m U. S. DISTRICT COURT, Ily Kxi'liblvo Win1 Irom The Auoclalnl Pros-., litUluiit-'. N. ""hi Iho I'niled Mali", illi- triit court, .lames K. I'.ijo, a lively nun of hu- ijiiiliaiiii.'i, tiled his pelllloii ill liankniptoy, ll owen JJ.ItXi ami has assets of $.!ai. 'llio llKil.ui Milk t'o., ol i:rlo, filed Its sclied- iile of u'eti and llabllltli-, 'ihe I'oinpany own ljc-l.7.11. A polilioii in haukiiiptiy was tiled ai;uliit It. A. SlcOaitiicy, of Ilutlet, I'u., ullcKing dial on Ant,'. 1. lids '". be "'Id and dUpoed ol lilt utocl: in trnle. ,1, 11. Klalicii&clilag wa.s appointed Kicher of llair M Hon, ot (Keeola MIIU, Cleaitleld county, 'Ihomis IIoIIoImukIi, ot (Teaitteld, was dli cliait'cd bu'ii bankruple.i . Charteted in Dover. Dover, Del, Ni, .W. A terlifiiate cf incur- potation was filed ncro toda) fur thu Imperial liudeiwiar lonipJii.v, of ftiuiitoii, Pa,; caplltl tlock, tfW.OOU 4. -r -r -t t ts X WEATHER FORECAST. ' 4- Washington, JCuv. 110. I'oreeist for Sat- -fi -- iirday and Sunilai ! l'-utern Pcnnl- 4l 4- vaiila (iiiiwally fair hjturdjy and San- 4- i- daj ; freah went to noilli wimli. 4 i t -r-rt ttttttt A .