13 Haziran 1900 Tarihli Omaha Daily Bee Gazetesi Sayfa 1

13 Haziran 1900 Tarihli Omaha Daily Bee Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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The Omaha Daily Bee. xjvnjui&iiuu juae 19, 1871. SOME RAYS OF U0PElTAL"A6E OMAHA, WEDNESDAY MOHNIKGr, JUNE l, 1DOO-TWELYE PAGES. SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS. - ' - 11 ' i ON THE PARIS FAIR Britiah Driv Econragrnnnt from Late South African War Ncwj. ROBERTS' BROKEN LINE ABOUT MEND! D Sir Rtdvera Boiler Ij Apparently at List Maiur of Laln'a Nek. CHEERING NEWS FOR BOERS FROM KHUGER Ganaral DeWet OonOrma Stor; of Htavj Btitlih Lau at Rooienl. BURGHERS CLAIM FIGHTING ARMY OF 20,000 llellevra llltrurr nnil More Morn! TIiiiii tM. (ir.nt t'lll I'I1U Slllltl'. SCHLEY DECLINES ALL OFFICE Roar Admiral Refuses to Be Runnlnc Mta of Colonel W. J. Brjan. (CopyrlRht. 1HA by Pres Publishing Co.) LONDON, June 12 (New York World Cablegram Special Teioer am.l Talmazp leaves today, after staying six da here. 1 HE WILL NOT SERVE EVEN IF ELECTED ui.iS iU ,ury io see me miumgni sun. delighted with what 1 have seen of Wil)li.'n." he enld In an Interview be- '"jCVyrture. He pronounced It one of theBlr. human achievements and fully crualHLhMC'tatlon!t. He found everything qirTMnfcfacrc, while at the : Chicago fair, utiTctTIH Also in June. ) many looms which beUBBVcInlly anxious i to ttudy were still emptyoJclosed. Ho be- j lleved that the Paris exposition "side shows" were of a better character than those at I Chicago. General dignity and morality were maintained more strictly than by tho au- I thorltles at the Chicago World's fair. I Describing his recent interview with llcclnrcs (lint lie Mux Pnaacil Akc When l'rcalilciitlul llcca lime Pouer tii Trouble mill Hint lie YVniila Only Unlet. PHILADELPHIA, June 12. The Times to morrow will fay editorially: The name of Hear Admiral Schley has TAKING ON CONVENTION AIR Ili'lHilillcnn n 1 1 ii ti ii I Committee Meet ut IMillntlt-!ililn 'I oilii)'. PHILADELPHIA. June 12. This city Is rapidly taking on a national convention as pect. Quite a largo number of national committeemen and delegates arrived to day und the hotels p.ro beginning to nil up, Prominent among the national commute- mon now on the ground nre: Frederick S. Olbba of New York. Ambassador Powell Clayton of Arkansas. J. W. Vcrkes of Ken tiicky and L. F. Hubbard of .Minnesota. Nearly all tho other members- of tho na tional committee are expected tomorrow to attend the nicotine of the which fa called for noon. Chairman Hanna SITUATION IN ST, LOUIS Street Car Company Announce that All Lines An Now Banning. POLICE GUARD IS TAKEN OFF FEW CARS CONDITION OF THE WEATHER Forecast for Nebraska Generally Fair; Variable Winds. Temperature ut Oinnhn Yrstcrilari llimr. llPKreen. Hour, Itrcrrra, City Council Kill Kelly III 1 1 Prm til ing for Item-iil of Onllnnncra Griintliiu; l-'ritnclilaca In l. I.ouls Transit Comiinny. ST. LOL'IS. June 12. There were nn lm. portnnt developments In tho street car ktrlke la due nt 1 n'nlnnV Inn.ni-r...- TM. -1.1 I Situation tOcl.1V. Thu Thnn.ll .... I.I been repeatedly suggeited as being on the I nucstlon of representation In republican ! ,0 haVo tne situation practically under con list from which the democrats will be likely national conventions, which agitated tho ' ,ro1 b)' reason of the protection afforded by - UIIU kuuuiuaie lor president or i mceiing in Washington last December, is 1 u" ,u""" uepartruent nnd tho shcrlfl'j vice president, but all who know the views , likely to come to the front at the national ; 1'0m' comltatus. It was stated by the com- toril 3Iethtien nml Uenernla Florence NleMlncil.. Mr Tilmin i ot "cor Admiral Schley uniformly declared ' committee meetlnc ininnrrni'. "Miss Nightingale, learning I was In Lon- , ,lml "uch u"e of h,B Dnmp against his I The resolution of Henry C. Payne of Wis lliinille don. sent for me. I found her living In a distinctly expressed wishes and purposes. 1 consln. presented nt last winter's meetini pany's ofllclalB that cam were running on " n. in mi l ii. in , in ? n. in, ia s ill 117 ! II. in 70 10 II. Ill 71 11 II. in 7. IU in T" I i. ui 72 'i p. m ? : p. hi ;:t I p. m ..... . 71 n p. iii . , , , . . 70 l n. in ..... . (in 7 n. in ..... , IIS N i. til 11(1 P. ni 11(1 HIBERNIANS MEET ATCRESTON Annual Sennlun of Order (Iprnn with son Ice- nt St. Mnliu lil'. Cliureli, CRESTON. Ia . Jun7"l2.-(Speclal Tele gram.) The annual erslon of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of imvn nn this morning with services nt St. Malachl's mill llrnliiint tilth :,(ioo Jlen nml plcatant house in the neighborhood of Itydc''le "ds "Peciaii carcrui beforo going to sea Kllti- tiim. ir i-..i.i, i, park. Her surroundings nppear to be com- 1 la command of the South Atlantic squadron In Ornnice Hirer Colony. fortable. .My Impression Is that the herolno i to 'cclaro to his frlendrt that under no clr- of the Crimean war H handsomely pensioned cumstatirrs would he conent to become a bv the Ilrltlsh crnvprnment. Thniiph she ' Political candidate. inviok- ' lnl(1 me ,hr mi1 lebratnd her eightieth' "N'otwIthHtandlng thr- publicity given LONDON, June 13.-3:20 a. m.-Two birthday she enjoys the full vigor of her 1 thwe repeated and emphatic declarations of P " "f news encouraging to the Ilrhlfh wonderful Intellect. From a reclining couch , "or Admiral Schley, he has been frequently In the omclnl dispatches nrc that the brokan she now seldom leaves she dlrectH with firm dlsctlwed for candidacy on the ticket with vimuU.u ui iorii iinui-riH are in n.stteemess an army ot wining Helpers in-1 "ryan. ine reriisal of the rear ad mir way to rje menued by tho forces mov- ployed In all sorts of charitable work, ing northward and southward and driving, lleliee ller mi Vnuel neden i Uullrr is at last master of Lalng s ! giB R beautiful life, nnd while I sat there , J.. I Kr,?1, communication with , listening to this white-faced, whlte-robud Lord Itobcrts Is expected to be restored to- ( flKure. appearing more like some beautiful ..-j. r. ompaicn irom wosmionioin. oatea legendary creature than a real woninn. the iwiay. sayH mat tne railway m Ilrltlsh Impression gradually stole over rnc that she ,rrniun again nn inni ine worn or re- ; was In truth some wonderful anget-of mercy rairing me line is going on rapidly with the sent to us from heaven to teach us how to nniindant material warehoused at Hlocm- be good and soothe the suffering of humanity, fonteln. j she was especially interested in our Amer- hrom tne subjoined telegram It would ap- ' lean work to help the starving In India meetinir i aim wnicn was withdrawn before It wan put to a vote, will again be prcwed, but not by Its author. Tho strongest eupportero of the Payne measure come from New England. Colonel Charles E. Hrayton. na tional oemmltteemnn from Ilhode Island nery nue in me city, eo ni nhnvo Itin r... ..I l . .. . ' "" . UHUrCIl. 1MMI llelf(trtlr.f ..n n... t umr reneuuie in some cases nnd In all m?et- ' P .' ", isaorn ue- ing th.) demands of tranic. The guards havo hr!(. i 7. '. J" blKh nW!"' v,a8 cpl Uen taken off many cars. p8' b(. 1 Jther Snlyth of CoimcU niutH, .More men are now employed bv Ihe com - I ' . . Un .of N'lcnl!'. Hate chaplain. nativ thnn thnrn ia ...ni. t . . 1 JlriJcQing an Intensely Amerl cording to CJeneral .Manager DaumhorT. and I . "'n'",0 were welcomed by Father not Onlv Is the tnrnn hln,- 11.. i I "CP "n bcfclllf of the local cnnirrecnllnn """"""in l II, ,!..., pBiuns oreuea nt Patt'a opwa peor that (Jencral Hunter waa In command "She asked all about my Interviews on of tho troops referred to by fienernl Kelly- ' 'he subject with the prince of Wales who Kenny In his dispatch from Hlocmfonteln: ' seems to be greatly touched by our efforts "Hloemfonteln, Juno 12. Oeneral Hunter nni' asked me to thank the American people Is coding up rapidly from the northwest, bl' name and with Lord Oeorge Hamll liavliig severely defeated a large commando 1 lon- secretary of state, who promised to of noers which had destroyed two miles of railway north of Kroonatad." plare all facilities at our disposal to distri bute American contributions. "Then we snnke of the South African war. CheerliiK Aeim for Poem. wnlch engrosses Miss Nlchtlnealo. The Iloer government In also lesulng news though she doesn't neglect any of the vast cheering to Its sympathizer. The follow- i charities which she manages for the relief ing bulletin, the Poor version of the dls- of local ml wry. .Miss Nightingale gave me aster to the Derbyshlres, was posted by j a vivid insight into English nnd Irish I'rrpldent Kruger at .MnchadndorP' "On June 7 four divisions of burghers, commanded by Stcenkamp Froncmau, Dup loy, Fourie nnd Hcl, attacked the Pritlsb t Iloodcval, killed 200, took "00 prisonero pauperism, whleh. though I myself knew much of. fairly appalled mc. ".Miss Nightingale, who has seen so much of war's awful work, suffers keenly that such Ideas as nre now promulgated in the. and captured Immense stores of food nnd 1 public press should find favor. Speaking of annmunitlon, a Maxim gun nnd 1,000 Hudyard Kipling, she declares that tho In lyddilo ehclls, Somo food was taken by the fluence of such writers is utterly nefarious. Boer farmers and the rest was burned. The nddlng, 'There Is no poetry in war as It is. English mall was tnken. The burghers at- ' 11 ' Il lo "lale 11 nppear glorious work, tacked from tho open veldt and gave evl- though I found n deal of poetry nnd sclf dence of unprecedented brnvery." .abnegation in individual soldier's fortitude. (leneral DeWet was nlso fighting on Juno i kindness to one another and pity for the 2. w hether at Iloodcval or elsewhere Is not ! cnomy " scorings. who Is also chairman of the llhode Island . rcns.1'" men coming in from other cities. . delegation, will make n strong effort to , ,ro'" "! ranks of tbc them- ' , , ' rV3"lrnt u- Mhcr In ths have the representation changed h,p s,Bles' . c Tp. lV Wcro uIed to tho Henry E. Tlepke. commlmlonrr of In- Blf l,.g1.hl Car" Bf r1,ln,1'"K "n all lines on j ' " ' Uork Hrjrnn. who represented dustrlal statletlcs. of nhodo Island, who tn'3;htn,1.!:ainiP fl,ehe,1U,'e ,S"t nlKht- ,',nc, lt ,7' Hn- J' "' Sul"Va" wcN will be Colonel Urayton's proxy In tomor- in,1? nr,th, soml a,ro af Y J ?n," ,hIe.,lll'ernlans on behalf of the local rniv- n,n -.i.i .i-i.. ...... u. ......... i Police, but In the central nnd western nor- a,W- Jbn Gulvln of Council ni.ifr ... , .. ...v...., B, lun.nuv mil. in- ouiu i , A .. . 7. n,lJ .1 . wnicn tne following extract is taken: endeavor to carry out tho colonel's wishes. " "'" " " no "nunie and tne ' o organization. Ofllclal k'our editorials touchlne the tlk of Committeeman nrnvtnn. ho .ai.i hn im ! p.lcc navo bcen ln a K""oa' measure wlih- . report show tho order to be In flourishlni- me In nomination with Mr. Ilrvan In communication with the national eoni- rr?m thr. cars- Th,s Permits the condition In tho stnte. The t tutc secretary's et precisely what ray views are. I know mlttcemcn of all the states and his rn.lie, ! !! ' . n"""K he forces along the south- "Port showed a membership in the utato of ng of politics or of political life and Include more than twenty who favor Pi" 1 R0,l,bern divisions. 3.r..?0. nn increase otOfor the past mlral to accept public oOlce has been re peated by him in a prlvnto letter to the edi- lor or tne umrs. dated Itlo Janeiro. May 15 irom .. . ' placing ; reflc nothl under no circumstances would 1 allow tho use or my namo before, any convention for any office whatever. 1 have pnssed the age when presidential or any other kind of bees tho Payne resolution. ThU resolution pro vides for four delegates at largo for each state and an additional delegate for every lO.dOO republican vote or majority worry inc. I know nothing of tho duties of ! fraction thereof, based on tho returns ot any political onice and am fully content to live the years yet left mc In quiet retire ment from the turmoil of any office. I am resolved Irrevocably not to ncceot anv nom ination If it were tendered nnd If In my ab sence I should be elected I would not serve.' "ThLs letter from Hear Admiral Schley was written without any view of publication and in all tho frankness of trusting friendship, but it is only an act of friendship to him that his view thus clearly and pointedly ex presfrcd should be known to tho whole country." M'LEAN MEN WIN IN OHIO I'ollniTcrK of Deivey'n nrolhr r-ln-l,niv Control Democratic Convention. COLUMBUS, O., Juno 12. The McLean The inlh.,n ,t. .I. n iv.. , . . . . , " '," """" m operation y monins. mirty-flvo counties were tonight for the first time since the strike , reprisented, there being a few over 100 -ii ",-""" " "' ' regarded in ueu-gaics prerent at the morning roil call police circles as he most difficult cf all tha Paid for sick benefit within tho pas year linen to run safely after dark. Every pro- $8,793. Paid for death benefits JSOO PaTrt caution was taken to prevent Interference for charities during the year J3 s - r,.h and violence. This line traverses the dls- the treasury iissio h iinin niitfie two weexs a FIGHTING IS NOW ON BUodj Olaeh Betwm Britiih Uaritid and Baxiri Niar Pekin. MORE THAN F0RTV REBELS MEET DEATH Sm 2,000 Chines Put to FHgbtty Setra or St of Blnejick.it j. HEADLESS BODIES FOUND ALONG RAILWAY Expiditiai of Niarlj 3,000 Earapiam it Marohing oa t Pakin. SOME 5,000 RUSSIANS READY TO LAND Jniinn In PrensInK for lteeoKnltlnn of .Iniinnese MUiere of Inllnenee In Certnln t lilnrne Provinces, trKliiK Vluorotm Action. go seven persons The fnlinV.in m . . were wounded by bullets In one day. ensuln vear . " ' - ub u. ii. .Tiitiivnri . i. iii. secreiary, j. i. Howard. Dro tho l.ist preslilentlal election. iilistllnte In Softer. The llhode Island delegation prepared n substitute for tho Payne resolution and will present it in place of the Payne resolution if they find tho sentiment in favor of tho put through the committee. It Is claimed that tho substitute will meet tlnns of the national committeemen. The substitute is as follows Whereas. The nasi of renrcscntailoii In on the representation of the several slates i l'nnpnnv. '! that he did not expect to re- j ""'"" " oening nuended by 1.500 people. tho local Hibernians. The executives of the Street Itallwar Em. 1'iuitn ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 iniri n apiii iim uMBinn . . this nfternoon at Walhalla hall. Chalrmnn ' 2 .0'"C,,i-i!!-?!,rer,..J' .F' Nrnry' Kmrnetts- I m . IIUIK. I'll II II III n h'JI hrtH latter is not strong enough to nut it wricvanee rommitteo T. H. Edward. , ,. n, "', " " n'- .iiiuuuiiieii iiner ine meeiinc that nothlnc i .. ; -..w... uo m.. ncxi Ml the objec"! "f n"' orlw. "had be'n tansa by' ZZTZ h - ,U I emen J ,h' committee. He also said that there is PAT.1 ' Mh". City; J. p. Faivey. no prospect for the union reopening negntla- .Miirpny. uttumwa, and John Itlons with the St. Louis Transit company. ,a vln' ('ou"cll 'ffs. tho renubl can national convc . u "i i've. Ps.ueni ot tne I ranslt " , " " . -n ai me opera on the representation of the several Mates i l'nnpnnv. '! that he did not expect to re- j ""'"" " oening nuended by 1.500 people, nnd tcrrltorlss In tho conincxs or tlm crlve another proposal from the union, but cnipllmentary to the state convention hv voto is denied "to any of the muh Inhutilt- men controlled tho preliminary meetings "n,! thereof being 21 years old nnd citizens j v'- J- Mahon today, but they aro evidently nlavlnc for ff .,ne l'",tcl Suites, or wherein said right Amalgamated A harmony more than for places and may not , .W Wrt ! f. A" clear, but the. Boer war office gives it out that ho captured .1,000 suits of clothing, blankets, gloves, boots, etc. Ilelng unable to carry them with him with his rapid sweep through the country, ncro"dlPK to tho Trans vaal war office, ho burned tho whole mass, Miss VlKlitliiKnle'n Mctlioilx. In Miss Nightingale's house Dr. Talmage attended her dally lecture to nurses, -who?o moral training she deems Just as Important as technical knowledge. One room Is fitted up especially as a lecture hall, whereln'tbe General DeWet has also reported that ho ased heroine frequently addresses tho bodies put 1.000 British out of action and destroyed ; of people who eagerly tome from everywhere proporty valued at $100,000. Ab Lord ; to listen to her precious advice. Mcthuen is officially described as fighting on "One thing struck mo particularly." con- Juno 7. it is possible that ho was eneaelne i eluded ur. laimage. "it was that this GIFT TO DRAKE UNIVERSITY Kortnne of Founder to lie rilvlileil lle tneen Children nml In. tltiitlnn. I 'lilted Stiites, which, under existing polltl- that ho Is willing to consider any proposl ciil conditions. Is unjut nnd unequal; and. 1 ti i, I11JV ,.. nfT. ,, .i , ' Whereas, The representntlon In congress 1 11 may na' "cr' Ho ,al(1 that the now accorded to tho sovcml sIhipm r the ' company has hired about all tho men It union on the basis of article xiv, section needs, hut that Individual applications for eo,ttft,r t company I). Mahon, national president of the sso.-Iation of Street Hallway carrv nut tho r.m i J I ... .'.' .. ...',,.. .L : "''".: 1 he. had recelvnd n iolnr,m om..i m "" '-"..&, ouno 12. (Snec al Tele , lk. k,vmiiui in mi- uruiu- rciiuiiimi in i-oiiKrcss UIH1 111 ine CieClOrill , ..um ..o.m.mi ,,. crHri, lnrnbo nnlul. v. cratlc state convention tomorrow. John ll. I college nnd ln tho convention of the renuli- (.ompers, president of tho American Fedcra- I 7. ,. . ... ,lnlvcr,!'ty has been made McLean's friends are in tho majority on the a" '.,,?,r,,y ,H,1,a" reduced in the propor- tlon of Iabor, in which he announced that ' , ' cn,,a"1 1,8 rounder and promoter, new state central committee that was sc! oMd'of thVS w111 a"lv s- this week to as- ! nclj Marlon Drake, and It lected this evening and It will select the to the Vl.olJ On his , l linatc ha it will receive JSOO.OOO campaign chairman and members of tho 'ears of age, in said state; therefore, l arrival Mr. (iompers will probably tako ' nare of h.s estate. This announce- stuto executi-e commltteo nt a later date. I .Jm'T'-1 iba, rri,uHl?,.,,1. n,ltlo"il . charge of affairs for the union. j ,nPnt waR mnu, to,lay- Governor Drake It Is claimed that the Mclean mc Tho leaders claim that the strike ha f?"' ,0 tho clt- ' week to be present nt rcacneu sucn proportions that It Is of more' . uaitciscs oi tno uni- thaji local concern, as It nffecte organized bor throuh(Hi 'tho country. On receipt the telegram from Mr. Gompers Mr. tho convention committees, there nlll 1 Resolved, Thnt the holding of a national Slanon wired back that the battle now belnj curing control or tno party organization to- Kress it Invoke and cxercUo thoiowor of I right for another year have all tfcey waut conKrc!,il Kriu'tcd by nrticln iv. iscction , and although they could control everything ' o'biSs" o7 .KVSK XT W IF. tomorrow, as they have majorities on . ther or vorslty The provision for Drakw university has imen mane by Governor Drako In outliuiiih am win, ny me terms of which the un! General DeWet. Ilrlhen for Iloer (irnrrnla, 'According to a dispatch to the Dally Ex- creaturo of holy romance, surrounded by tho almost religious roverence of all who ap proach her, has at tho same time ono of tho ' I most nractical woman's minds I ever met. press from Machadodorp. dated June 10, via . Snc ls marvelously precise and well In Iy)urenzo Marquez, those around Pre3ldent formed nnd a determined executive, wasting Kruger say that Louis Hotha and Delarcy . no time on Utopian notions or Idle sanctl havo been offered Indirectly 10.000 a year j monlousncss." to lay down their arms and President Kruger From Norway Dr. Talmage will proceed expects tho samo offer to be made to him- to nussla and then attend tho passion niar felf, President Steyn nnd DeWet. President at Oberammergau. Ho will return to Paris the Dayton contest Joseph Dowllng won Kruger believes that the British make , at the beginning of August. Three weeks ! over Congressman Drenner, Meyer Smith these offers to close tho wnr on the principle j later ho will go to London to preach dally and Editor James 9. Cox. As tho decisions that it would cost less than to fight it out. for two weeks. Ho -will conclude his Euro-1 apply only for seats during tho temporary (A dispatch from Lourenzo Mnrquez saa ! pean sojourn by a tour of Ireland, where he that 1,600 Poors are reported to be advancing has engaged to deliver sermons in all the bo a free-for-all rintnat fnr ih n,t republican convention in W4, composed of waged bv thp strikers mralnj.1 the St lmio versity is to share pro-rata with the flv and delegates and alternates-at-large to tho ' 1 T 5&ihPimie Memlmint o'lCcounVrv' : Tranalt company is tho greatest ever waged , llv'nK children of Governor Drake, two sono Kansas City convention. The contests from Cleveland and Dayton representation, Is not only of paramount amo before the old stato committee this L"Irost to tlle "nrt3" but to ,llc naUon as afternoon when the tickets aud bailees were ElVen to the Mcl.p.m rlelot-ntna frntv. Ktli t inf. nin-iiKiii aim n.'iu inii-ii l ui me i-uuiiiif. , .... ... ( , ....... elected upon a Just nnd equitable basis of "y organized labor In tho history ot the anu free daughters. Governor Drake's country. ( lonunc nas bcen vnrlously estimated by Secretary Mack Misslk of the local railway ! nls friends, the Intest figure placing it nt a union said today that tho labor unions I ro"d 13,000,000. Tho governor has been throughout the city havo been contributing . "callng extensively in railroad properties, I'nklnK l'l Contents, Tho -meeting of the national commltteo Cuyahoga and Montgomery counties. In tho ' tomorrow will bo devoted largely to tho' "berally t0 ,no PPrt of the strikers and j which havo proved unusually profitable in former tho delegation representing Mayor hearing of contests from the various states that niany of lhe '"divlduals nnd lodges havo ' vestments nnd ho is known to have cx Farley and Frank P. Salen was seated over jt not believed that tbo commltteo will lont the sam!- A committee of strikers has : prefwd himself nn quite well pleased wltl on Mlddleburg from various centers and that after weeding out the faint hearted 20,000 men are still left. General Duller was unable on Monday to follow up tho Boers from lack of cavalry, as well as water. Tho dispatcher describe him ns fighting a spirited advanco over a ruggd field under prolonged ride lire. The Boers had two guns, which they got away. Few dead or wounded Boers were found. It seems probable that tho major portion of tho Hoers had withdrawn before the advanco be an. Lord Mcthuen, General Rundle and Gen eral Brabant are reported to have 3,000 men nnd fifty guns engaged In enclosing tho Boers in tho eastern part of Orange river colony. The war office casualty returns up to June 9 aggregate 23,601, besides 792 officers and 12,355 jneu sent home ns Invalids, but not Including tho sick in South African hospitals. principal places. WILL DEFY THEIR RELATIVES I.nily Churchill mill I.lentrnnnt Corn millix West Ileteriulne to .Marry In Spite of All. (Coryrlght, 19t, by Press Publishing Co.) lunuon, June 12. (New York World Cornwall's We'st ll, thi SerhSSS V,'"?:. T-. J?""1. t.klng . ,?d. range. The na: those representing former Congressman Thomas L. Johnson and Harry Wilson. In organization tho result may yet bo reversed. finish this part of Its work in one day, Tho subcommittee of the national commit tee held another meeting today behind closed doors and according to Chairman Manley nothing but routine business was considered. The convention hall will be formally ith gone to Illinois to solicit aid there. 1 the snug fortune he has amassed and un- The city council killed tho Kelly hill at Its concerned as to whether bis business ven tures in tho future are as numerous as In the past The contributions of Governor Drake to the university in the paet have amounted 7.hl.a..PP",?,l0n t0.t.h" ma'0r 'on,fh for I transferred to tho national committee 'to twentv policemen at tho convention hall to morrow afternoon, although tho sergcant-at- " ' u.-ueve mere may oc , Rrms w, not as8umc control until Saturday or Monday morning. Invitations have been extended by tho citizens' convention com mittee to Senator Hanna, tho members of tho national commltteo and a number of in- ..... i .. .... ... . . c . . street railways Incorporated in tho St. vlted guests to Inspect the hall. Speechs ,.,' ,,,!, j,, . . ... .i,i,-.j ', . Transit system and tho adoption of tbo wll bo made by Mayor Ashbridge and sev- ent d cnnrtori eral of tho visitors. session this evening by n voto of 7 to !. The gallery was crowded with large delega tions of union labor people and tho speeches favoring the adoption of tho ordinance were enthusiastically cheered, while those against I to more than $150,000. the meaouro were hissed and laughed at. The Kelly bill was Introduced In the

house of delegates four weeks ago by tho delegate whose name it bears. It was passed in the house by a largo majority. The meas ure provided for the repeal of all the ordi nances granting franchises to tho various Louis pres city The opposition to McLean ls from sliver extremists. The ultra-silver delegates also appear to be dissatisfied with the prop-sitlon to Indorse Admiral Dewey for tho vice presi dential nomination. There will bo contests for all places on "::r'n:rZ" McKlnley. Picture is beginning nninttHlA 15 IIMnPR A RMC 'rS?ecIal TelegramO-Desp.te all EtWeV ' - however, Is , , convention by a large majority and they prominent men throughout the country aro ' Mcn 1,1 K,pl'1' So far there ! month This Interesting information has reached .."n-uM IfTl bUt ,b "lon,lonp' s possibilities, me from the highest possible source. It " " I'JJl 'r'ct Jh m"tlnf 'od 1 been no concentration of IS NOT FAV0RE0 BY BUND I'remler Sen re liter's I'ropom-.l Policy for Trent nicnt nf Iloer l)lsniirovril. CAPETOWN, June 12. Premier Schrelner Is engaged In re-forming the cabinet, owing to tho resignation of J, X. Mcrrlmnn, J. W. Bauer, commissioner of public works, nnd Dr. T. Water, minister without portfolio. At the recent bund caucus tho premier's policy was generally condemned. The chief point of difference relates to the treatment or rebels. Tho bund, led by .Messrs. Hoff- endorsed Kilhourn and as Mr, Lcntz forces here on WASHINGTON, Juno 12. Although thero FINALLY KILLS HIMSELF Itelnhnrt, IVho .Murdered Ills Wife, Severs Ills .l.iculnr Vein tilth Hnror. SIOUX CITV, June 12. (Special Tele gram.) Charles Holnhart. a wealthy land owner, w no muraored his wifo of two month last Wednesday and then tried to kill him self, carried out his purposo at S o'clock this morning at Odebolt by severing his Jugular vein with a razor. He died a few monionts arter committing tho deed. The constable who was in chargo of him had loft the room for a few moments. Although ho had shot himself In the lungs twlco at tho time he re-election to congress Ull . ,i, . , .. . , . . l . , . meyr and Water, desired general amnesty. "r lUey i r. scnreinpr ti npii n ariViam AA..Hin,iA.i i " " . . n4 v bvmvimV VUIUUIVUUI'U may bo denied, but I rely on Its verification within a very few weeks. It will bo reracm- herrjl thnt thta oninnn m nr.. n.n- .......... n ... I by Mrs. Cornwallls West, tho young man's ' aKnlzo h Mwtn of his district. There mother, at Cowes during regatta week, last ,fi0rae tal of mal1"f Joha R' McLean a August. Tho disparity between the ages delegate-at-large notwithstanding bis pur of Lady Randolph Churchill and her be- ! pose t0 sa" for Kur0P next Saturday and trothed. who is only 26, caused much gossip. not at'ena n Kansas City convention. In Relatives of both raised such determined op- ' that ovent tnere wl11 bo a contest for the position to tho marriage most vigorous on 1 place of nrst alternate-at-large, who would the part of Lady Randolph's son, Winston no (1ubt be called upon to act ln tho ab- Churchill that within a fortnleht of its an. """ 01 "r. wcivean. nouncement the engagement was broken. Young West went to pay a long visit to his sister, the princess of Piess, In Silesia, and Lady Randolph went abroad. Tho outbreak; of tho Boer war brought both back to Lon don, ho to Join tho regiment of the Guards, ln which he Is a lieutenant; she to see her son before he went to South Africa and to organize war charities. They met and until , iluo unu iiu lu.iii-uii aiiuu j i luiii-D uuit; uii , , ..ni.. , . . , , ... I -. " t- u luu lime no no for dclegate-at-large. any one man and there will probably not be M 'nnunr h ' " t0 h0 6,tatU3 ot tho "f0" murdered his wife, the crazed man was ls making a fight now for until tho national commltteo gets together. ' l" ra b'ar "Jvlcei "8r4 'hat strong enough to rush up stairs, tako a ngress ho may not an-, iarmle3 f . "r 30.000 men have been ! razor from a trunk and cut his throat It ... ..... I ifln ntF nnon nlnnf n1 ih Dinnii nniiii inoii la . . - hy tho Imperial government, under which a specini tribunal will try the rebels, con vlctcd leaders to be Imprisoned and nemetu nlly disfranchised, and the rank and file to oe iitsrrancnised for a period. It Is under stood, .Mr. hchrelner'a policy will bo sun ported by tho entire loyalist party, which is endorsed Dy tne loyal opinion ot South Africa, TO BECOME CROWN COLONIES Form nf (.'ot eminent for Conquered Itrpiihllca Una llcen De cided I'iioii. LONDON. June 12.-10:50 p. m. It Is learned by the Associated Press that the government has at last decided on a plan for tho civil settlement of South Africa, The details are kept mcst secret, but it can safely bo stated that tho Orange River col ony and the Transvaal will become crown colonies. Sir Alfred Mllner, it is declared, Is to bo high commissioner of South Africa ln spite of the opposition he has Incurred. The Crown colony form of government can be beat understood by referenco to the sys tem in vogue in the West Indies. Sierra Leone and Ceylon, Endeavors will be made to put this in force as soon as possible In the Transvaal aud Orange River colonies, though It Is scarcely expected that the de tails will bo announced or some parts of the work be begun for a few months. While the (Continued on Second Pact.) Soon Lady Randolph determined to go to South Africa and it Is known that her j CHANCE FOR COLORADO MAN Governor Thomas May lie Temporary Chairman of Khiiuhs City Convention. CHICAGO, June 12. Chairman Jones of WISCONSIN IS FOR BRYAN Ilemoerntle Convention nt .Mllrrnukce Electa DeleKiitea to Knn- nn City. MILWAUKEE, Wis., June 12. Bryan sentiment pervaded the democratic state con vention held today to elect four delegates-at-Iargo and to ratify the selection of twenty district delegates to the national convention at Kansas City. The following are tha dele gates. at-large: David S. Rose, Milwaukee; Oeorge B. Hilton, Oshkosb; D. L. Plumer, wausau; Louis G. Bohrarlcs, Kenosha facing each other with Hnnpnlnirv rpmihit : . . ... t., pBihT ,...,..: , r:,:vf.un"7sioo.n no .woi"i prosecuted for - ................. .... r. ,wv. . ' i uu D i Kiiiini- n a n'lr. ...... i . I. "v vvvilM iu ua JJUl Cuervo-Marquez, said today that tho official information coming from tho Colombian capital showed that tho revolutionists had been forced back to the Venezuelan frontier and that contrary advices received by tho Navy department hero today referred to local conditions around Panama, unconnected with the main theater of war. He says the government has an army of 70,000 men at various points and that the main body of about lfi.000 men has borne the brunt of recent engagements. They aro armed with Mauser rifles, with Reipington smokeless powder, and have Maxims and heavier field guns of tho Creusot make. The rcvolu AI- ,.... ,, . .,, , :- - guns oi mo i reusai uiukc. ine rcvoiu ternates: Thomas L. Fleming. Milwaukee: i. i m.. t... the democratic national committee will meet "!rKe - "lrdv MadlB?:1.C' J- Hood' La' I revolutionists nlso have a gunboat and an with the subcommittee on arrangements for 1 y- T. L. Clenry, Plattvllle. The con-1 other vessel used for tho transport nnd flght the convention at Kansas City m xt Friday, 1 'f61 for national committeemen was left for , lng purposes. Tho government has four in Jail tomorrow. BAD NEWS FROM GOLD COAST Detnlls Deceived of Another neverse to Itellef Column Under Colonel Carter, affection for West partly Inspired Intense activity in fitting out hospital ship, 'Maine, on which she sailed last December. When she arrived at Madeira she learned that Lieutenant West bad been returned homo Invalided. Wbon be reached home ho was in an ex tremely precarious state. His mind was affected by a sunstroke he had received and bis sight wa almost gone. But the hope of soon seeing Lady Randolph again revived him and bo Is now as well and gay as ever. She roturned and both were of tho house when the selection ot a temporary chairman ,no delegation to settle at Kansas City. In will be made. Governor Charles S. Thomas dlcatlocs point to the re-elecion ot Edward ACCRA, Gold Coast, June 12 Details havo been received hure of another serious rovewe to the relief column under Colonel Carter and Major Wilkinson, a day's march north of the Prah. There were heavy casualties. The latest rumors report a further disaster to a de tachment on tho north bank of tho Prnh, which ls flooded and where tho Ashantls wero round strongly entrenched. Colonol her i of Colorado seems to havo excellent chances i WML thu for tho position. It Is admitted tho choice lies between him, Mayor Roso of Milwaukee and James D. Richardson of Tonnessee. Others whose names havo been mentlonod are Mayor Harrison of Chicago, John Attwood of Kansas and Congressman John J. Lentz ot Ohio, The platform endorses tho Chicago nlat- iorm, eulogizing William J. Bryan, de nouncing the republican party, opposing ! Us control of affairs, In official quarters it trusts nnd demanding a reduction in the In ternal revenue tax Cnllfnriiliiii for Vice President, SAN FRANCISCO, June 1. The mention of Irving M. Scott as a candidate for the vlco presidential nomination at Philadelphia is exciting considerable intorest In Cali fornia. Owlne to the fact tht svr!il mom- party at Warwick castle last week. It was ! bers of the California rtBieminn n i mado known that against all influences they ready ln the east, no general expression can had resolved to marry within a few weeks. certainly before tho next month ends. Their marriago will be private, but it will bo an ovent ot tho season. Lady Randolph's charm and cleverness are public knowledge in both tho old and new worlds, Georgo Cornwallls West is one of the handsomest men in London society. Ho Is the only son of Colonel Cornwallls West, a very rich land owner, his property In eluding coal lands In Wales. His mother. Is about Lndy Randolph Churchill's age, was a celebrated beauty and is stilt hand some and fascinating. His younger sister, (.onsiance Kdwina, is engaged to marry Vlncount Belgrave, heir of the duko of Westminster. Lady Randolph Churchill Is tbo dauchter of the late Leonard Jcrotuu of New York. be secured from the delegates. It Is stated that the delegates from the Third congres sional district have been Instructed to sup port Secretary of the Navy Long for vice president, but delegates have no hesitation in saying that the delegation should sup port a Californian if the name of a candi date from that state is presented to the convention, California He inihllciina Stnrt on Trip. SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 12. The merabfri of the republican delegation to the national convention who have not already gone east started for Philadelphia today. They ex pect to arrive at their destination Saturday night, stopping at Chicago enroute. The party occupied two Pullmans, which wero Win co ii a I ii Ilemoerntle Convention MIWAUKEE, Juno 12. The demo cratlc state convention to elect four dele-' gates-at-large and to ratify the selection of twenty district delegates to the national convention at Kansas City was called to order at the Alhambra theater at 11 o'clock todav hv flonrcA W PprU ehnlrm'in nf tha ! state central committee. The convention Is made up of 663 delegates. Judge J. II. Mc- Glllan of Green Bay was made temporary gunboats, three on tho Atlantic and one on I Wlllcocks' advanco has been delayed by rams, wnicn nave destroyed the bridges- on the Prahsu road. Tho continued abeenco of nows from Kumassle tends to confirm the petslmlstlo views as to the safety of the governor and his staff. The coant towns are nppreherslvo of their own safety. Tho British gunboat, Magplo, stationed at Accra, Is the solo protection for tho coast. the Pacific side. Tho revolutionists are well organized. Dr. Cuervo-SIarquez expresses every con fidence that the government will maintain is stated that some of the countries adjacent to Colombia, notably Venezuela, Ecuador nnd Nicaragua, are lending arslstance to the revolutionists and that Its effect may bo far reaching on this account. FRENCH RESENT DISPLAY Illsilc nnril lvlth (internment fnr 13x hlliltliiK American Locomotive Made fur the State. HONORS FOR AMERICANS CiimlirlilKc Coufera ncfcreca Upon JoNeph Chnnte and John WilllHuia While. PARIS, June 12. In the official section chairman. At h ennHnsion nf Tmn...- of (he machinery exhibit at Vlncennes is a ! Chairman McGlllan's aneech enmmiiieo. nn , locomotive manufactured In America for the ' Ing Joseph credentials and peimanent organization me- ThIs act'on f the minister of public i States ambassador here, were annolnted and a recess taken. works. M. Pierre Baudln, ln exposing such I White of Harvard. an exhibit has aroused considerable feeling I" presenting the degree to Mr. Choato. nrynn iioea riniilnir. LINCOLN. Juno 12. William J. n-m 'N'K)'SJunc 13.-1:12 a. m.-Slxteeu Ilrltlsh marines, reconnolterlng in ndvan-e "f tho International column marching to leklii, fought nnd chased 2.000 Boxers Mon day, killing twenty or thirty. A correspondent accompanying the column In n dispatch dated Tien Tsln. Juno 12. via .shanghai. Juno 13. 6 15 n. ni.. says: "While the working parties, accompanied by a patrol of sixteen British marines, com manded by Major Johnson, wero repairing tbo line Monday afternoon eight miles be yond Lofu, they encountered small parties of Uoxers, who wero devtrcvlni? th. linn Tho Boxrr.i moved away from the advancing marines nnd apparently dispersed Into thu country, leaving the rails moved and thu sleepers burning. The marines, when two miles In advanco nt tho first train, near I-ing Fang, suddenly perceived tho Boxers streaming from a village on their left. It was estimnted that they numbered 2.000, some of them helng mounted, nnd they were trying to get between the marines and tho train. Most of them wero armed with spcari aud swords. A few had firearms, which they handled awkwardly. "Tho marines retreated, keeping up a running fight for over a mile and killing he tween twenty and thirty Uoxers. "The Boxers pursued the British for some distance. Then scelns more marines from tho train coming to their assistance, Major Johnson's sixteen halted and poured a heavv. continuous fire Into tho crowd, driving them across the front of tho reinforcing blue Jackets, who punished the Boxers severely with Maxims. "The Boxers fled and the Europeans fol lowing up their success cleared out two vll lages. The total loss of the Boxers is esti mated at forty killed and wounded. Seven of their wounded wero nttended by British surgeons. Tha British losa was nothing. There la Trouble Ahenil. "Unless their loss causes the Boxers to lose heart the international column will have much trouble before it reaches Pekln. Tho railway Is so much damaged that the column covered only thirty-four miles Sundr.y and Monday, .ind there Is rdr,n to fear that the road beyond Is more badly damaged.4 "Evidences of General Nidi's operations wero found In headless bodies. Tho wholo country presents a desolate aspect, whole villages helng deserted. Tho expedition number 2.911 British. 93; German, 250 Russinn. 300; French, 12S; Americans, 101. Japanese. 53; Italian, 40, and Austrian, 2.V The correspondents at Tien Tsln, Shang hai and other treaty ports throw sidelights on the situation. According to ono dispatch from Tlon Tsln It ls understood thero tho foreign ministers will insist as soon as fresh bayonets nrrivo ln Pekln upon tho re moval of the anti-European advisers of tho empress and tho substitution of counsellors friendly to western civilization. Tho Eng lish at Shanghai are nfrald that Great Britain has bcen deceived and that the wholo business will have to be gone throuch with ugaln. Russia's alms, they argue, are not understood and Russia and Franco nrc ap parently not working in tho samo spirit as tho other powers. Five thousand Russians are ready to land at Taku. A telegram from Yokohama, dated Tuesday eveninc. says that tho Japanese government has or dered four moro war ships to proceed to Taku and 4,000 men of all nrms, In order to bo In Immediate readiness for embarkation. The dispatch says the Japaneso government "trusts the powers will not misconstrue thiB action." .lap nn Wimta to lie llenril. The Japan press la urging vigorous methods. The Shanghai correspondent of the Times telegraphs Tuesday, saying: "The Japanese minister is pressing for recognition of a Japanese sphere of Influence, to Include tho provinces ot Che Kiang, Fo Klen nnd Klang Si." Tho Klong correspondent of tho Times wiring Tuesday, says: "The admiralty has engaged a transport to tnke 900 troops to Tang Ku. Tho sailing date has not been fixed." The only bit of Information which the British war office, has made public vna the admlMlon yestorday that the summer resi dence of the British minister in Pekln. Sir Claudo MacDonald, has been burned. Consldcrablo contracts for tho Chinese havo been placed with the Birmingham atma factories, though whether for tho Chinese government or for tbo Boxers Is not dis closed. Tho Insurance rates for Tlon Ttln have been raised to C shillings per 100. The Times, In an extra edition, published the following dispatch from Pekln, dat d Juno 12, 2 p. m.: "Tho chancellor of tho Japanese legation, Sugyama Akira, wblln proceeding nlono anl unprotected on official duty, was brutally murdored by soldiers of Tung Fuh Slang, the favorite bodyguard of tho empress, at Monlgatn railroad station yesterday, "Tho foreign reinforcements nro dally expected. Tho present Isolated position of Pekln, the destruction of foreign property in tho country and tho Insecurity of life aro directly attributable to treachery of the Chi nese government." BOXERS ARE ACTIVE AS EVER LONDON. June 12. Cambridge university this afternoon conferred the dogree of LL. u. on several distinguished persons, Includ- H. Choate. the United nml Urn. Tl. .. -. , iu,i ouun . iiii.i ai., juiio i.. iu mien news from Pao Tung Fu Is that the Boxers, 6,000 among tho French engine builders, who . tho public orator, Dr. Sanders, briefly I "'row?, are attacking the Catholic convent , .. . . . . ...... .. ' hn,. T V. ,. . I ..., I i- ...... t V. . nt tiryan. wore at nrst d sn eased with the eovern- louciien upon tne many t es link ne tin. wrtu .Mrs. tiryan nna me cnimren, left ih's - ment for having recourse to American skill i united Mates and Great Britain, adding evening for Chicago. At that place to-1 and then resented what they conildcred ,nat wncn either country was at war the morrow Mr. Bryan will be Joined by Sen- to be an official advertisement of th.-lr , Principles of neutrality prove to bo con ator Jones, chairman of the democratic n i-. American enmnntitorn , slstcnt with the fcellnc of tacit cood win tlonnl committee, nnd M. C. Wetmore of St. i M. Dansette. republican member for ono existing betweon the leading statesmen of i r,nc laDtlC(1 la8t evening. An additional Louis and tho three will go to Wisconsin of the divisions of Lille, department nt th t'le nations. twenty British have been sent to Fong on a fishing trip. Charles A. Towne is ix- north, who renresenta imnnrtnnt The honorary degree of doctor of scl- 1 c"nn- Th,B morning a special train left Thousand nf Men He ported to Have Made Attack on Convent at I'lio Til n w Fu, there. The situation is critical and the offi cials aro ovldentiy Inactive. The United States war ehlps Nashvlllo and Monocacy aro reported at Taku. Ono hundred and sixty-three British ma- (Continued on Second Page.) peciea 10 join mem in Wisconsin, but Maturing Interests, voiced this discontent to cunierreu upon rror. James Mark "c" "'" '""h l" """" Bryan disclaims any knowledge of a con-1 day in tha Chamber of Deputies,' demand-1 BaWw" of I'rinceton university. Nlfh to consult with the viceroy. fereneA on the vir nreaidenev ir n . . i, u.. .u . i Telegraphic communication with Pekln Is ,.,.., mt, .u iw.u. mi, uiB Kutcriiineni was mill llelehatnir 1'iinNea ..- urn im if .,rr,,r,t.i

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