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SCKANTOX, PA., WHIXXESDAY MOKKINO, .ll'LY 10, 1001.
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LIGHT DAY AT
Fourth Conference ot the Christian
Endeavorcrs Marked hu a
THE FINE SPEECHES MADE
Roa Canon B. Richardson, of London,
Presidos at tho Auditorium Book
er T. Washington, of tho Colored
Normal School at Tuskegee, Ala.,
Among tho Speakers He Is Given
an Ovation An Eloquent Appoal
for His Race.
Py t:xelui,e Wire firm llir Awoelttert I'rem
Cincinnati, .July ft -The fourth day
of tho inntcionci1 of tho Chilstlnii l'.ii
liCllVOI SOcIet.V WHS u light oik so
fur as tho pi ogi amine was lonccincd
hut tin- 1'ndeiivoiein In their dotet
JiiliuUliin to mlsM nothing wete out
vn in is In attendance ill the two big
meetings todnj At tin- lnnt inoniont
the thioo big music hull lullles wete
isim-nlidiitod Into two meetings which
i held III Auilltoiltiin Cndoninr und
" lllliitnii. This Minn- nituiiKctiiPiit In
nil lunhahllllj, "111 hold good during
tnmoiinw and tho thlld meeting which
Js Mhcduled for Auditorium Ohio, will
hi dispensed with. Audltoi linns Kn
deavor mid Wlllihtmi mo nmplv sufll
clenl to nrioniiiiodato tho Kndenvoteis.
Aftr tho u.suiil two quiet houi meet
ings ill the morning whkh open ovoty
da s ptoginininc1 the big iiudltniiums
weio thiiiwn upon foi a ellseusslon of
Tlio 'I'wentloth Ccntuij Chinch"
l!ov I'.tnou It. I!le bankson of London,
liiesldcd at the Audltoi lum Hndcnvni'.
aslhtod hy (' K Jacobs as music nl
dlieit'ii. Mr Stiiiuahaii. of Sabine,
ltd the devotional seiviio.- and Mr.
Marian l.awieneo of Toledo elellvoiod
Hid addicts on the power of the Silli
ly colloid Hoi. Howard W. l'ope of
S'ew Hu'vcii. t'oun . spoke at length on
The I'owoi of I'eisou.il WoiK," which
lo .waid i oiistltutes the only effective
way of oslondlng tno ehurili and
I'hilstlnult.i. I lev. A. .1. l.vinnn of
Ulookl.Ml, spoke on "The Power of the
lllblo " tte. I.. VIII, ill III iisp liom a sick
lied against the mil he of Ills phv
siilan to attend the ennventinn. Me
.said the Wide i.s tlie hook of Imai na
tion, the (iod in liteiatuie and Its pow -f
of that life pioduecd In othei lives,
linrtm Anins M. Wells, ot Hoslon, ex
patiated on "The I'owoi of Christian
Kndoavor" Mi William Philips Hall,
of New Voik lollowed with a paper on
'The Pow oi of nvangollsni."
Booker T. Washington's Spocch.
The ohlef address, lioweier, was that
of Primlpal l'nnkct T Washington,
of the minted nonnal school at Tus
kegee, Al.i. He1 looks as his Mtbje ot
"The Power ol a Noble I.lfo "
As lie advanced to the fmnt ol the
stage to speak, he was the lnlplent
ol a tioiiieiiilous oi.ition and he had
tint pioieeded far Into his nddics-s
which he i level ly punctuated with dla-
lei t mid other stotlo.s ol the mloiod
loll; until he had won a wnun spot
In the lio.uts of his hoatois. He tine
ed his own eareer fioin that of a slave
tluough hitter snuggles he had to nt
tiiln what lu; now has and told of
what he had done tin Ills taie.
' I do not bellow that In all the
history ol the eountiv" hr s.iid, "has
tho IP been mu h a need Ini siiong, nn
relilsh, pine and intelligent men who
nie wiling to s.iuiii, p ainhltion, po
sition loiiune and lomfoit tor the
welfaie of tlieu lellnw men. The one
thins- woi ih living lor Is the oppor
tunity to make some individual iimio
happ.v iiiuie useful."
He made an Impassioned appeal foi
ills people and asked that lliej be .indu
ed h the best among them and not
hy the low lest. He said the privilege
if tombing and lifting up a fellow hu
liliill b'illiK Is the highest privilege
fill on to nn man and that he long
ago Icained that to ehoilsh hatitd en -on
ngalnst white man In the South
In Aiidtloiium Wllllstou. wlicic Uev.
Allan II. Phltpiitt, of luillanapolis, il(..
(Idi.il. a nuiuhei of aildiesj.es limited to
llie minutes each weie made h the
1'dlowliiK pioachois: .1. N I'lligh,
I'ltlt-buiK. ! S Hendeison. llencall,
lit, 1. A. names, MniK.intown, W.
Vn., Henry W. Sheiwood, Khmston, N.
Y I'luules M. Sheldon, ot Topcka
Thrj spoke on "Sunday KienlliK Scr
lii es." Uev. Johnson Mets, of t'hl
tarjo, (old of "The t'luirch of the Twen
tieth Contuiy" He said the splilt of
the ihuieh today Is weah.ei than the
spirit of the Hist chinch, that while
laigor In iiuiuhei.s In piopoitlon, it
Is lrs eflntUo and the piesent
ihuroh with the present spirit will
neiei coiniuei Mils woild foi Chi 1st
hut the sIriis aie dear tlint n chanKO
Is tapldly coining. Uev. AVuyland
Hot, of I'hlladelphla, followed In n
talk on "Clulsiiaii Conventions."
will-. h he said uie of crent use to the
rhuich. Miss MaiRiuet Koch, of Wul
orvllle. Maine, londutted a personal
oilillpnienl conference at the Ninth
Btieet Maptlst (huich. takliiK as her
topic, "The Relation of I"xpiPSlon to
Tower In Chiistlan Ihideainr Woik."
Theie was a lame nttetidaiiio of i;n.
de.xvoieis who souRht advice as to the
hst ineaiis of extending their woik.
Tho inenibeis of tho linn id ot ttus.
toes and other oMeors of tho united
society kjp a lunqtiet to Piesldelit
Clntk at the Urandal holel at noon
He was presented with a beautiful sil
ver lmliiB i up In cnmnieniointlon of
tho twentieth annliersary of tlio
Christian ICndeavoi. In the afternoon
Dr. cinike attended the loiiKreKatlon
nl uilly at the Walnut Hills euiisio.
national ihuieh, wheie the Hon. Hain
uel JI. Capon, of Hnston inesenled hhn
with an Immense inemoilal slsiied by
SOO of the leadlnp; educntois, edltois,
clerpy nnd huslncss nton In the United
Htatcs ns an oxpiession of thankful
nebs and appreciation for the woik
Pr. Claik has done In niBnnliilnir and
""Id-hii; the Cli M"" I In '' r'o Dr.
ClatU is a iniiBipjsiitlonitlli-t nnd thp
Hist J'nileitxof society was oiKanlzed
hy hhn in his chinch nt Portland, Me.
The annual Junior lally was held lu
Audltoilutn Hndcaior In the nttoi noon.
Tieasuior Win. Shaw, of Hoslon, pte
slded and Prof. Palmer HaVtsmiRh, of
Clnolnnatl. led the ehoius of l.r.no chll
dirn. Secretin " John "Willis Haer ad
dressed the meeting on "Six P(ous) hi
u l'od, ' which he said when applied to
olhics stand for politeness, patilntlsin,
pumtuallty, praoth ability, persevpr
n in p and piiiyerfulness. Then follow
oil tunnel nils expiolscs hy the Junior
endevoiers of the local churches nnd
tho chlldion of the several oipluin as
sjlunis. The children diessed In while
filled the Immense stage nnd made a
piotty plctuip ns they snnu and wont
thiniiKh their various evolutions
The older Kndevoieis spent the af
ternoon In their respective denoinla
tlonnl conferences of which there woie
i, and which weio held lu the various
i hilt dies about the city.
This evening was (leveled to tocep
llous and l.illles at the various state
EUROPE WILL NOT
COMBINE AGAINST US
No Possibility of a Trade Combina
tion in tho Old Country Sen
timent in Gormauy
fly txrluMir llr. from The lnrhtitl I'rw
London, .July 10. "Contriuy to the
opinion e.'piessed In Vienna," sajs a
lloilln dispatch to tho Dally Impress,
' It Is held that there Is no possibility
of a pciieial lhuopcan ti.ide miiihliia
tlon afTalnst the United States. Clei
man's tiade lelatlons with the I'nlted
States being too extensive to permit her
to assume an attitude of hostility."
A' cording to a dlspntch to the Asso
ciated J'icss from Vienna, .July s, the
Vienna Post of thai date nald tho pio
Joeted Kuinpcan commeiclal combina
tion agnliiM the I'nlted Stales had inn
stltuted a sulijei t of piaitiial neRolla
tlnns between lttlssla. Austila and llei-
The Post further said thai the
rumoied visit of Count Von Widow,
the ttcimnn hupeilal iliuniellot, to SI.
Peleisbuig would be made In eonnci
tlou with that i oinblnation.
An Aged Woman Murdered and a
Young Girl Assaulted Crazy
Farm Hand Suspected.
Hy i:rlul Wlic from '(he Vm Mlcrt I'rcw
Denver, Col., .July !. Mrs. Armeiila
A. Willis, (!J jonis old. was killed last
night on a lonely road near the east
city limits, being stabbed to the heart,
and .Jessie Ivlupoit, It ypais of age,
was assaulted sit her home nnd terribly
mutilated with a knife. Chiistlan
Jenen, a faun hand, who is In i us
tody, has confessed to the killing of
Mis. TSulIK Ho says she ran against
hhn on the road and believing she had
a Rim he stabbed her. Ho talks Inco
herentlv and- Is believed to lie Insane.
Mrs. Willis lived on a small fatni and
was walking homo when murdered
Jensen was employed hy her several
Chief of I'oIIip Ai instiling Is of the
opinion that the assault upon Jessie
Klnpoit wa.s not committed by Jen
sen, although some eitcuiustuneos point
lo him as the guilty poison, The gill
was alone at her home In this city
when uss.i ulted, hoi mot hoi, a widow,
having gone to the theatio with n
filend. The man who assaulted the ghl
gained ontianco to the house thmiigh
a window. He i hoked her, cut bet in
the abdomen and otherwise maltreated
In r She was found l.vlng on an ash
dump about midnight b seaicheis,
aftei an ahum had been given by her
mother, who on leturnlng home found
her ihlld'H bid empty and blood utalned,
Phvslilans believe the gill will lecovet,
THE OKLAHOMA OPENING
No Serious Trouble Is Anticipated
with tho "Soonora."
11 Kctrlinice Wire fiom Tlio Vssoeiatcil l'riv
Mj'liinslnii, lult 0 s.iirlin llltclK oi-l nlil
tmb tlidl In' until ipjtril mi H-rlmK luiulilo with
Vorici" Jt llie hhhiiiz of Hu OMihonii IjhIh
in .IL'. I. lll -lill tlil'lf llllifllt I"' M'irut
iIiiuijim1 ih.iIi' mm on I In' IiiiiIk, lint time .n
nn rciMin ii IrllMP tint tlip.c wcniM not be pa
lm nil I i-l t
If llie rlnuiM mull- tmulilr, he f.ml, there
wuiill In' .uuplc hu .ini aiiiliblo to li.nnlli' ihcm
PORTO RICO'S PETITION
FOR FREE TRADE
lie Ivlu-lvi' Wire liuni lhe Avonateil I'rew.
sjii .In in p.nta Itini, ,fuj o Rnteinur Vllen,
ttlm will liind to President Mckinley the reipict
of the I'oiio Itu m j.miiiIiI Hut fiei tude ho
e.tabli.liid betwieii tliat lountry and the I'nlted
state, will li.oe here Jul It on the l3flower.
lie lll be i i oinp ailed bv Mi s Allen
Gen. Sicklos 111.
11 Eieliwite Wire firm I'he Awi iated 1'rcm
N, oik, JuU I' Central Dinlel II. Sickles
l miIoihIi III at 1'le.i. mu ille. N. ., at the
home of MllJk'i 1'ie.ldrnt Ditilel P. an, He
nmt theie on the I'ouiih of Julv to make an
adilreM for the ie.dent, and did ko, but s
mil fcillucr "(II, the lint vuther luvlnn lud a
bad elicit upon bun lie hat bun vn ill ew r
mneo tint bo ha hid to remain nltli liU bod,
Mr. 11.1 ej.
t- Kulu-be Wlie from Tno Woelutcd I'm .
New Voik. .bib 0 lirhed! I'rle.liud, nt
wirp. t lulid: Zi eland. Vntwerp. in l her
bnurKi st Paul, Southampton sllorlj villa,
Liverpool. I!e 1103 - nlid: flntienmllerii, New
Vul, ia S.ipli Cherbnuri: -sailed: l!ni'.er
huilnitt ifrom llreinin). New ork. I'l.iiivuiih
sailed: Crif Wahleivee ftrnm llanibure), Niw
Vork 1.1 ml l'.iedi Aimtenlam, Nnv urk
DEATHS OF A DAY.
Itv Kviliuhi Who from The Aoiated Crew,
New York, .till v. William II. Stone, a for
mer cotiiireniiuii from MIouri, dud al .lnir.r
I' nk thin allrriiiion, used 71 ear. Mr. Stone
had bein at lihtii Park time .lime '.il, beluir
111 limn the attei iftnli of pniiiiiiunli, 'lhe
body will be taken to St. I.mils tuinorrou, the
funeral helm; ft for Vrldiy mornlnj and It will
he In diaree of the Manoniu fralcrnll.
TO READING MEN
At Oliicc ot rlctina President J.
Lowlier Welsh an Olllclal An
nouncement Is Made.
VERSION OF THE MEN
Tho Committoo Claims That tho
Company Broke Faith in the
Agreement with -the Employes.
It Is Assorted That tho Railroad
Company Will Endeavor to Run
Thoir Shops with New Hands,
By Kirliwhe Wire from The AnrtatcJ I'rrn.
I'hlladelphla, .July . At the olllce of
Acting I'tesldent J. t-owbor Welsh, of
the Heading Hallway company, today,
It was announced that with the Issu
ance of yestei day's piopositlon to the
striking employes of the company the
Inst overtuio has been made. The
sti liters having failed to take ndvnn
tage of the infer made by I'lesidont
Haer and the supplementary promises
Issued bv Mr. WoWi they will not now
be regarded as employe h and efforts
villi be made to (111 their places.
An olllclal of tho company said: "It
is evident the men don't care to live
uii to tho teinis of Piesldent Haer's
proposition. All wo can now do Is
await developments. Wo don't fear nn
e tension of the stilko bemuse wo be
lieve the bulk of our employes ate fully
awaie that we have tiled to meet the
milkers half wnv."
Version of tho Employos.
Heading, July !. Tho Heading i all
ioad shop hands' executive committee
met heie today when the strike situa
tion was considered. The committee
claims that as the company bioke
faith with the agreement i cached be
tween Piesldent Huer and Chairman
Hoscher they now stand wheie they
woto befoie that iigieement was made
nnd the mutest Is again on the oiiglual
list of gilevaiucs. Chalimau Hoscher
said today that tho ineti have decided
to stand out tor their list of gilevanees
as piesontcd to the company as tlmiish
tho ngi cement with .Mr. Haer had nov
el been made and that latter will no
longer flguio In tho contest.
Piesldent Welsh said that tho com
pany, having exhausted Its efforts nt
conciliation, would now try to run the
shops with new hands. This, il Is be
lieved, will lead to tumble and It Is
piedlctcd that If the company Intio
duces new men at tho shops loinouow
serious disturbance will ensue.
THE NEW LAWS OF
A Batch of Bills Approved by
Governor Stone at Harrisburg
Yosterday of Interest to All,
Il.v Etcludie Wire from '1 he .Wonatnl l'rcis.
lliuilsbuig, ,luly !. (ioveinoi rilone
loda.v appioved the lollowlng hills:
ItocuUlliiK the duty ot aosnri III lioioiigln,
nml imaiiluu Hut in incl.liii; lUc v.ilu uion of
the iicirrly the Hkcors of all the wjh1 slull
ait n a hojrd of n-.isor.
MjLIiii; it wilful tr(p,i to hunt, trjp and
take came IiIkU or enim anlmila upon initiated
l.eniitln: and rvdndliu InnMiu and trutt
lompanifs tiom Hie lifiipfit nmt oprritlom of the
act of Ma !', P'0, authorllns the fornutiuii of
I'rmulintr for the riirtlou by the ttitc f
bridiifx .nio-4 pnhllc UruiiK which luo bun
IiiL'iu-lm tlio iinubir of i li iltf iits In the tint
of pui.0114 cluiKul ttli niivhiiieanorH cvupt
pirlur md fniuor.
Hie Mitliln corpiiratloii bill autlim l.ini; the
formation of corpoiitlom for any lawful iurpu-n
not othnwlM' pciifiiall proideil for by tho
ait of js-otnbly. and ' tuttt in? illtillini; rom
pjiue to be Inoorporatid
llmiilillui; the Mrvlics of pioiei-) In action
Aulhoiilni; towrMilH to enter Into cnnlrirH
with am pci-oii or loipoiatlem to mppl water
for llie protunon.
Ileipiirlni; the at He trraitrrr' monthly u port
lu be piinted in U in-teid of Ino ne nii pel i,
two of whkh khall bo published at llarrl-burs.
Preparations for the Event in Mexico
Are Alieady Under Way Cuba
May Bo Invited.
11 Kmlutitr Mire front I'he oi mird Pieo
Washington, July 9 Mr. John llnr
tott, forinei minister to Slain, nnd now
one of the Atiieilctin delegates lo the
congtess of Ameilcan icpubllcs to be
held In Mexico, called on Secretin y
Hay today and litfoimed him of tho ic
cclpt of a letter fiom one of the Me.l
can delegates to the congiess lu which
lhe hitter states that the .Mexican gov
ernment fully expetts the congiess to
bo held, desplto lepoits of (llisagiee
nient. The vv titer of the loiter k u
senator In the Mexican congiess and
In such relations with the government
as to be able to lolleet Its views.
Mr. Banett a letter sas that piepai
atlons are making for tho congiehR.
Owing to the intot est which Cuba has
In tho suppiesslon of yellow fevei It
is quite possible that Cuban delegates
may be Invited fo pnitleipate In tho
congiess. This, of course. Is dependent
upon the political status of Cuba when
tho congiess Is held, as It Is understood
that Mexico hits ictialned (torn Issuing
nn Invitation to Cuba until thu inde
pendent government of the Island has
been brought Into existence.
An Advanco for Puddlers.
Hy Ke!ua!e Mini bom The Wmlaleil l're.
l.amaiter. Jul li. Notlna were pmted lodo
lu the fuiii mill of lhe mihiioIi.iiimi linn
strrl lompiii, al ('nlinnhla, l.illns Hut on and
after Monda, July i, the cuinp.iii ulll pi mi
adtance cf ii rtnti per ton foi puddle1 , lie
.idnt their ju'e from M..V) to 9.1.7s iV ton.
TURKEY IS FRIENDLY.
New Ministor, Chokit Bey, Is Glad
to State That Rotations Botwoen
His Country and the TJnltod
Statos Aro Satisfactory.
Ity EiiIikIic Wire- from Tlio wdnaieil Pim.
Washington, .July '.'The new Tuik
lsh minister, Chcklt Hoy, wan seen at
his hotel today, and asked concerning
affairs lu which United States nnd Tur
key nie Interested.
"As to the goneinl lelatlons between
tho two countries," he said, "I nin glad
to say that they are most friendly nnd
satisfactory. On the pnit of Tut key
theie Is sincere ndnilintlon of tho re
ntal kitblc giovv th nnd enteiptlso of the
I'nlted States and the bent of feeling
towaid this country. My pin pose will
be to help In every way to maintain
those filendly relations."
The minister was asked what Infor
mation he (nought as to the settlement
of the Ameilcan Indemnity claim.
"As to that, I cannot say a word at
present. It must sulllee now that 1 say
llieie Is the most filendly sentiments,
entertained In Tuikpy towaid the Cnit
od States and that no efforts will do
spared to loutlnue these agreeable le
When asked as to icports of Ar
menian outbie.iks In Tuikej, ho said:
"Theie tuo no such outbteaks, In fact,
Tho lountry Is (fillet, and lepoits to tho
contrary nie falnlcatlons hy our en
BOARD OF PARDONS
CftBo of Stephon Gregoski and Othor
Riotous Miners Under Consider
ation Petition Submitted.
By Kxelimir Wire from Tho Asochlrd Prrw
lliirrlsbuig. July 9. The boald of
paidous gtuo a healing today In the
i aso of Stephen Ciiegoskl unci eleven
other mlneis serving sentences from
one to thioo yeats In the pi Ison of
Shuylklll county on chatges of ilot
and assault and bat lei y, gi owing out
of the labor tioubles during tho an
thracite strike last fall, which lesulted
In nun dor at Oneida.
I). .1. McCarthy, of TYeeland, sub
mitted petitions limn piomineiit men
In the iinthi.tcitc region and ISn.OnO
mlueis asking that the pilsonois be
pnidnnod. The application was ic
slsted hy the attorneys who assisted
the dlstilit attorney in the trial of the
These eases were also heard: John
Welsh, Lancaster, felonious entry;
Chatles Wilson, Philadelphia, selling
llnuor without a lbeuse; Jeihn Mc-
Coollck. l.uzotno, second degieo mur
der: John I'.ldildgo. Iluiks, lnrieny;
Samuel C. Cock, I'hlladelphla, per
Juty: Augusfeo Iheysse, Allegheny,
second degtee inuider: Hhuor Shoe
ntaker. l.yconiliig, hiKen.v; nnbeit
Itradley, Cr.iwfoid, acoossoiy before
fact: C. S Portei Held, Venango, stat
utoiy einbezzlement; Samuel 11.
Tuck, Hlnlt, einbezzlenient. James
Olllcsple, Sihulklll, buiglary; Chatles
Tloss, Venango, aggravated assault nnd
battery; 1'letio Delia renna, Alle
gheny, manslaughter: Charles Ktin
zrltnan. Armstiong, larceny.
These cases weio continued: John J.
IJoblnson, l.uzerne, second degieo mur
der; Oliver Oho, SVliuvlklll, Involun
tary manslaughter; James Toy, Phil
adelphia, keeping gambling house;
John H. JUUlwoo, Chester, felonious
enliy nnd hiieeny; llowaid Koss,
Washington, assault and battery.
The cases of Chatles Pony and
Homy Ivory, the Philadelphia negroes
convicted of the murder of Professor
White, of the University of Pennsyl
vania, last winter, will be heaul totnor
iow, after which tho board will have
nn executive session to i (insider the
RACES AT TITUSVILLE.
First of the Four Days Circuit Meot
a Great Succosb in Every Way.
First Class Horses Entered.
Ity I'xilmue Mire from 'lhe Iwilaled Prem
TllUhvllle, l'a., July d. The fhst day
of the four days' citculi meet vjas a
gloat mu cess, both so lar as weather
wa concerned and the taees. Seveial
thousand people vvltne.s.sed the Iltst
heat of the opening laces, 11.10 pacing,
and a good deal of money changed
bands on the outcome of the day. The
big pluses have di wn fit st-( lass
hoi ses, and inteiest will 11111 high
thioughottt the week.
l'irt race, 2. la ilav, puing; jmrte, Sc).
sihl"1' Polntir, won; 1 lei tile ("lilmei, Keeoml;
.ljim-4 Alexandir, thlld. rime, '.Ms'i, 2 Wt,
simnd rice, 2 If cli, Irottliitf; purse, siou.
sllwr Klne, won; llliielhwer. aeiond, Satin
I'lnMi, llilul. Time, 2 jm4, 2 ti.
2 2li4. y.2, 2 2Pi, 2 2fl'i.
2 17 (Ik-i, tiottlnc: pure, Moo Pui: on;
Mlllird s.iiindeia, second; Kind, third. lime,
2 lit,, '-'.1734. li. IT'i. 2 1h'4.
Itacos nt Utica.
Hy Cxelfulie Mire from The Associated Prea.
T'tlin, N. V.. July 0. The Ttlca meet
ing of the Mohawk and Hudson Trot
ting association opened todn.v. Cute,
tho gtildeless wonder, paced a mile In
2.10 dan. paiins;; pur.e, ino. Tommy Point.
rr hr g, t V. It. ( unuiilnz, lleadlnc), won;
sulu; It iron, keiond; Millie Vlapc, thhd. lli'.t
tune. J If,.
2J1 lUn; paelti.'i pure, IfluO. Lord Middle
ton, Ir 1:. (Ilwood siiiltli, Milken llirre), won;
Hi.-elle It., kecoud; Clarence II., tliinl. llo,t
time, 2 Jl14
Arrosted for Mulick Murder.
II, I'.vrlmlie Win1 from 'lhe soihted Pren
Milke, Hatre, Julv 'I Vntliony Morrli wa ar.
rinccl at MiIiIh iodic on llie eliime of being
liuplhvd'il in tin1 murder of .lu.ipli Mullik at
tlut pl.ne li I'tldny nlslit. 'lhe prisoner w-ai
niiimltnd to jell for a hearliu;.
Prof. Detwilor Honored,
11 r'.ulu'he M'lre fiom 'llie AMoo'ated PreM.
Phlbidclplila, Jul 0 -I'rofre.nr Wanrn If,
lieiwller cf the llloomvburg Mate Normal
1 boot, w.i torU (Intcvl lntruetor lii hiuory
1101111 ,1 In the
.dicol of thu lit.
Formal Claim Has Been Filed hu the
Ghlnese Government Throurjli
Mr. Wu Tlno-Fana.
RESULT OF BUTTE AFFAIR
Wu Tingr-Fanff Presents n Claim for
Indemnity to the Amount of Half
a Million for Alleged Outrages Up
on Chinose at Butte, Montana A
Suggestion of Boxer Outrages Re
versedThe Claimants Number
By Fxelule Wire from The AMoelatrd Pre
Washington, July f. The Chinese
government, tluough Minister Wu Tiug-
fang, has Hied a claim for indemnity to
the amount of a half million doll, its,
on ncuiunt of alleged outtagcous tieat
nient of Chinese at Hutto, Mont. Then
Is n suggestion of (toxer outiages le
vel .sod In the presentation of the case
to the state depaitniont, the tiontnient
Inflicted upon the Chinese nt Hutte be
ing claimed to have been cruel nnd
opptcsslvo. H Is chnigcd that some ,of
them weio killed, others lost their
ptopetty, nnd neatly all weio mined In
business, nnd many of thoin weio
dilven out. The claimants number sev
The outrages date back to 1SSG, nnd
It h declaiod that the city council ot
Hutto upheld the rioters nnd the hoy
cottets; that the state cotitts upon ap
peal decided In language so unjudicial
as to he Itself a subject of complaint,
that tho city council was right and fin
ally that relief could be obtained only
mc.istiinhly tluough an appeal to the
United States Clicillt court. The iluiin
talses some novel nnd extremely Ink-testing
points of Intel national law.
BOER ON THE TRINIDAD
Remarkable Experience of Wm. B.
Dupley Who Escaped from
Merrill's Island, Bermuda.
fly Eielinoe Wire from The Vweiated Pre.
New Vork, July 1'. One of the liner
piii-oncis recently taken to Menlll'H
Island, ltermuda, fiom South Aftka,
was a mow away on tho steamer Ttlnl
dad, which arrived heie today. His
name is William S. Dupley. The au
thorities heie sent him to Kills Island.
The Htltlsh, when they captured Pup
ley, sent him to Men Ill's Island, where
ho was known as No. 1,741. Last Fri
day he saw a chance to escape and he
took advantage of It. He thiew him
self into the water off the Island nnd
floated about for homo, waiting to bo
picked up. He was sighted hy two Ber
muda fishermen, who took him nboatd
their fishing boat and landed at Ham
ilton. There he eluded pin suit und In
duced two stokeis nboaid the Tnnldnd
to stow him away In the coal hunkeis.
He ictnnined theie duilng the trip of
the vessel lo tills pott.
When tho Ttlnldad came Into pott,
Captain Ftazer was handed a message
fiom the agents of the lino, saying a
cablegram had been lecolved from the
governor of Heitnuda to the effect that
tin escaped ptksoner was believed to be
stowed away In the steamer, and ask
ing that he be detained und letuined.
Captain Frazcir Instituted a search and
found Dupley coveted with coal dust,
nnd neatly dead fiom lonllnenient and
hiingei. He Is detained as a pauper for
examination befoie the boatd of ln
uulrj. In the nfteinoon Dupley was 111
lalgned befoie the special boatd of ln
uuliy. The young niun admitted that
ho was a liner soldlet. and that ho had
escaped fiom the liiitlsh inllltaiypilsoti
lecently established at licuiutda. He
said that ho tame to thin countty pur
posely to earn his own livelihood, and
them was no chance of his becoming a
public chat ge.
His i aso was defened until his
ft lends can be' heard fiom. He was
sent back to the detention pen.
Sir Percy Sandetson said that he had
not been ollleinlly notified of Duplet's
escape and iccapture.
MISS MORHISONIN PRISON.
Will Begin Her Five Year Sentence
for the Murder of Mrs. Clara
D llxclii'.he Wire fiom The Aolatcd Prem
II Dorado, Kan, Julv P. ,lele Monlson
was taken to the penltentiari at l.-in.ini; today
lo beirln her file )car mitencn foi lhe minder
of Mi. t larj Wllty ( jstle Time wire eiral
bunched people at llie railroad etjtlou to lake
u farewell look at the pri.oner. lljlf of lhe
erottd eon-lted of womrn Vtl Vforrison't
luother, llauuinl, occonipaiiled bei tu Uin-lni.
I.arb ill tin iliv at the home of the Muui.iin
.1 pathetic mene wa ruacted, when the aed
father, tep inolher, biothers und sUleri erled
I'itlirU a Mimc Morrl.on kh-nl them cood lite
It l-c the belief of her nhilui that MU. Vbuib
urn will be ideated on bond b the Kauris 'a
pieiue louit and will lie Imji a new lilal.
Wages Will Be Advanced.
H llvdiuhe Mire from 'llie lnvuhiiul Pie.
I oluiiihl.i, Pi, Jul 0 Notice li 44 been po(.
ed la the four rolllni; 111IIN of the sipn hinui
Sirel nm Iron company that on Jul, 2J the watu
f puddleia will be udwnced 2'i ruts 11 mu iii
the waijej ol other rmploe, iaied piopoitlon
aid. News from Gen. Botha,
Hy Fuelmhe Wire from The mlaieil pre
(ape Town, Jul, n.-1'our llirr pilniiei who
were todi luousht In lo nineiiifniiiiln icport
that (ienirala Hntlia, llelaie and He Wet ie
centl.r held a eonferenee at a point on the Vaal
THE NEWS THIS MOHNINfl
Weather Indications Toda)t
t licnrral lliliu Wantu Indemnity from Lnclo
Heading' l.it Otrrture to Us Striking Y.rw
Work of the t-'iiilcatorirc.
Ohio pemncratle ('nniciitlnn Prfi.pfet.
2 Ceneral Carbondate Department,
3 Iral Vrinimrnts In the Itucty Glen Injunc
1 1iil t Knife Iteeovercd.
'lhe World of Sport,
Note and Comment.
5 Wil Mine Wotkein fbten to rteporf.
The Kdiiuitlon.il Contut,
Lnial Went slMnton and tiibutban.
I'lnandal and Commrrcld.
Local Mine Worker Mitin to Itcpoits (Con
cluded). GUS RUHLIN THROWS
Tho Graeoo-Roraon Wrestling Match
At Madison Bquars Gardon Wit
nessed by Large Audionce.
P., Kidunbe Mire from The oeHlid l'rew.
New Voik, July 1. Ourf Kuhlln nnd
Hob Cltzslnunons, In n Cirneco-rtonian
vviestllng bout attl acted L'.fiOO jieojile to
Madison Squnie garden tonight. Ituh
lln was both cleverer und heavier than
the Cornlsliiuan and won two falls In
succession with 11 nuaiter of an hour's
lfst between them. Ituhllti showed
that he knew 11 gio.it deal mote about
the game than Kltzslmmoiis did and It
was the lattei's agility which prevent
ed his being tin own much more quick
ly. In the boxes mound the vviestllng
platfoim was a gathering of men
whose faces weio alwajs a familiar
sight at the ilngsldo when hosing was
In vogue in this city. Several noted
tlgliteis weio lu evldeiKO. among them
being Tom Slim key, who has taken to
tho vvrostllng game lecently, and Toiry
Mi Govern, who acted ns timekeeper.
Chin ley White was rcfeice.
Tltete were thioo piellinlnaiy bouts
between lesser lights before c'ltzslni
mons and Ituhlln made their appear-
nnce. When f iizsimniotis jumpc-n
upon the platfoim the crowd cheered.
Ituhlln soon followed hhn nnd also got
a waitti welcome. His weight was an
nounced nt 103 pounds and Kltzslm
moiis wds said to weigh only 10. When
they faced each other the spectotois
cheered as Kltz, In trying for a hold,
swung his right ns If ho were going to
light. He lepeated these tactics a
couple of times to the Intense amuse
ment of the onlookers. Ituhlln dinppcd(
and remained 011 tho defensive llueo
times nnd twisted tiulckl.v, the third
time getting Kltz underneath for a
lolling fall. They got up ngaln and
Kltz (linked with his old time clever
ness when Ituhlln'H big arm tiled to
cnclicle his neck and the movement
made ninny leineniber the Inst meeting
between tho two big fellows.
With Ttuhlln again on tho defensive
Kitz got a strangle hold, but only for a
few seconds, as Kuhlln broke It clev
erly. When they came together ngaln
they spaned ns if for an opening at
the old game nnd ocaslnnnlly slapped
each other nn tho neck and shoulders
After five minutes of this kind of woik
Kltz got n back body hold and put (5ns
to the mat. hut only for a moment. Ho
lepeated this twice over nnd secured 11
sttangle hold which Itiiniin uroKe eas
ily Huhlln was too heavy for Hob
who essayed a back hammer hold, hut
was unsuccessful and thoy got to their
feet again. Kitz. with a body hold
from tho back, gave Kuhlln 11 flying
fall and fins knelt on tno mat In de
fense. Kltz secured a nock hold und
n until lor Nelson, but both lolled over
and nothing came of It and they got up
once more to their feet.
Kltz then got a. throttle hold on
Ruhlin and tiled to pull hint over,
but Kuhlln stood close and fell on Kltz
and with a combination lock pinned
Fltz's shoulders to the mat. gaining
tlio second fall and the match. Time
12 minutes, ;i3 seconds.
They Are Anxious That Rev. Keller
Should Take Some Action to
He FsiliiMie Wire fmm The s. lated Pif".
New Voik. Jul 9. Ki lends of Thom
as G. Haiker. of Aillngton, N. J. who
Is s-etvlng a sentence for shooting the
Kov. John Keller, have Immed n p.-i-manent
organization to be known as
the Thomas G. Haiker Defence nsso
elulinu. The object of the association
Is announced to be the forcing. It pos
slide, of Mr. Keller to take some action
to clear himself of tho charges which
Il.11 ker clalmes led up to the nhootlng.
These chuiges wete not allowed to
be nlied In the trial of the case Mr.
Kollei's physician. Dr. K.xton, said to
day that Mr. Keller would soon take
some steps to dlspiove these cliaige",
but no definite course of action has
been decided upon.
MILITARY AND ATHLETIC
An Affair Inaugurated by Officers of
tho 18th Regiment,
II v K.xeliube Woe fiom The oiiaiei l'ie
1 1 1 -In 11c. Jul 11 M nor I. r111r.il ( hailea Mil
ler and llrlftacller Ueiniil John V Wiley, of the
second hrlnade, ill I'laukllu, todi,, Fiidnied a
plan to hold the first millta, and athletic touin.
anient of the second hiliradi', National (iiiiid of
1'e nn It aula, al Piiulmn:. sopt 7, iml.
'lhe arlalr will be cl,en bv lompin , Klsli
tientli inline lit. under the command of ( aptain
I. I. tar-on, who will ha,c ehirKC. TI1I1 will
be die iiiiili'ii- fur an alhletlu viamatiou in
the .second brigade.
Wants to Break Rogers Will.
H Kxclu.Ue Mire fiom Tlie Ai.oelated Prew.
.Niw oik, Jul I) lr. Mrulnla llnlih, tho
half tlkter of Ja.oli ,s. licsen, the late million
aire locomollie builder of I'lter.nn, In an Intel,
view tnda, tild ihe bad coiitiilteii dn attorney
with leference lo hrineliic mm! (o bleak the wilt
niade li Mi. HoKfia. Mi. llluli.l'a name la nut
mentioned in the will.
McLean-Kllijourne Element Has
Secured Gontrol and Will Rule
Convention at Columbus.
NO CONCESSIONS MADE
While Unusually Courteous, tho Mc
Lean-Kilbourno Elomont Make No
Concessions to Thoir Opponents.
Thoy Hold Everything: iQ th
Dy Exclmlic Wire from lhe Associated Tren.
Coluinbiis, ij,, July n.Tlie McLean
Klibouine element nt the dlsttlrt meet
ings this afternoon seemed control of
all the eommlllees and will accordingly
have evetythlng their way nt tho
Democratic state convention tomoirow.
Tiny wok1 so sttongly in tho inajotity
that thou1 was no ftictlou.
In the Twentieth nnd Twenty-first
dlslilcts. wlih h Include Cleveland, the
Johnson men had things their way as
much as the McLean men In the Klrst
und Second dlsttlcls, which Include
Cincinnati. Hut In the ittral district.
the latter element had almost every
thing. The continuing element did not
"ride tough-shod" over mluniltles In
tiny of the dlstilcts, but when iMines
weio ptopnsed for plnccs on the coin
inlttee.s theie were lnculile.s as to how
they stood, and If the loplle.s were not
s.itlffuetnty they weio excused In some
t.ises ns quietly us Jin (us and in others
The MiI.ean-KIIboinno element, while
unusually 1 out toons, made no conces
sions. The old state committee met
previous to the dlstilit meetings and
gave the tlikets to tho McI-oan-KII-hotlllie
men, wheie theie wete contest
ing delegations, and they took all tho
dlstilcts except those which include
Cleveland, in which, under the unit
rule, they could not contiol a vole.
Hut tlie Johnson men, after the 10
sult ot the dlstileL meetings, promptly
announced that thev would carry the
fight Into the committee on resolutions
for tin all-night stiugglc, nnd then Into
lhe convention tomoiiow "for a finish."
They have two stiong men and vigor
ous speaket.s in Heisley and Maker,
both members of Mayor Johnson's iahl
net at Cleveland, on the committee on
It Is predicted that the convention
will not ro.t( li the older of nominations
until late tomortow afternoon, and that
tho proceedings may be piotracted Into
the night. Kouner Governor Campbell
Is with the Schwab delegation fiom
Hutlor county, and the Masoii-Giay
delegation from that county was to
day given the tickets by the old state
committee. With till tho efforts of tho
Mcl.ean-Kllboutno men lor harmony,
theie Is evety Indication of unusual
scones on the floor of the convention
over mlnoilty lepoits, and especially
on ciedentlals und resolutions.
JOHN WEAVER ACCEPTS
Manly Letter Is Received from Regu
lar Republican Nominee for tho
Office of District Attorney.
H, rtelntlve Mire from The Aoeiated Tre3.
riiladelplila. July 9. John Weaver,
the legulnr Kepubllc.in nominee for
ellstilct nttoinov, today accepted tho
nomination, ami lu his address made
the following pledges lo tho people:
To know no obligation eveept mv oath of office
and to fulfill the oblik' itlnm of tint offtee.
To know no ini-ler evee;it the law.
'lo piowute liiitantlv and iguiou-ly every
irline In wlicunoe,cr eomndtleil.
lo adiiiliuMir tlie oflhe filrly and faltlifully
without feir, except of Roil, anil absolutely
without fnor to any man or et of men.
'lo .1 ahull nen of purpo-e hi my ofllild eon
duct tlut nerthln I do will be for the trim
nerilce of my ell, 111 fctate, my country an
Mr. Weaver w.i.s nominnted hy what
Is known as the "stalwart" faction of
the local KepublUan paity, Dlstilct At
torney Kotherniel having neon ietuse(i
a second nntnlnntion hy tho patty lead
ers. Mr. Kothoimel at a tei'ent "town
meeting" vvas nominated its an Inde
CUBAN TEACHERS ARRIVE.
Another Party of 35 Ladies Who
Are to Study English at Harvard.
Hy F.xeliwiie Wire from Tlio Aoeiated Pre".
Boston. July 0. A party of thirty-live
Cuban te.icbeis. who 1110 lo study Kng
llnh at Harvaid, ai lived in Cumbildgo
todny fiom New Voik, the at rivals
making seventy-seven teachers now In
Cambridge. Among thou1 who camo
today was Kdwnrd Moiales, who waa
ptlvate see tetai to Supeilntendont
Kr.ve hist hiiminer.
The coin se for the Cubans will oper
H I'.xiliuhe Mne fiom lhe AuuiUlril Pre
Mjihliuton. lul, 1 'Hie fnllowlnK fourth1
ilafs ni.iina.ei were appoliiliil loda., lumber,
land Valle,. Hedfoiel eouul,. I,. M. Hue; Knapp,
Tlosa loiinl, Seine Kraiism.
liuho.t teuipiiatuii 74 deureet
l.iiuol lenipei nine cdiligncs
Itclatite lliiinlilit :
; 1, tu S7 per cent
8 p 111 ''' pel eint,
Piielpiiati 'I Iiiiuis eniled p. tu., none;
weather, p.atl ilmul
Vahtncton, Jul, ft, -Korernt for Halt,
em Pennl,anu. I'alr and warmer
eilneula,, ; variable wlii'Ia; Thurnday,