Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921, July 06, 1905, Image 6
. i8ELEC'T i ENVOYS RUSSIAN , \ND JAPAN NAME PEACE PLENIPOTENTIARIES , OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION COMmG Baron Rosen and M , Nelldoff Will Rep. resent CZi1r't. Government.Bi1ron < omuri1 and KODoro Ti1ki1hlra Will Act for the Mikado. " W ASlIINGTON-Ilussln Ilns given reassurnnco In lito peace negoUntlon by plnclng the IlI'esldent In possosslon or the tentntlvo solecllon of bel' plonl. potentlnrles as follows : 1\1. Nolldoff , the nusslnn nmlH1.ssndor nt Paris , and Bnron Hosen , the newly nppolnted Husslnll nmbassador at WI1.shlllgton. Hussln tlms having tnlwn the Inlta. tlve , It Is hellevod that 1\1. \ TalmhI rn. , the Jnpal\so ! minister , during his cnll at the whllo hOllse , formnll ) ' told the Ilresitlent thnt .Talllln's selections , also tentntlve , were Baron 1omurn , the Jnpnneso minister for forolgn affairs , nnd Kogoro 'fnlmhlra , the Jnpanoso mlnlstor nt Wnshlngton. Oll1clal nnnouncement of the nnmes of the Illenlpotentlnrles Is withheld for ! ) overnl rellsons. 1\11' \ . Nelldoft's henlth mn ) ' not Ilermit him to mal < o the trip nnd pre3 uro of omclnl worle may necessltato the presence In TOllo of Daron 1omurn. 1\11' \ . ' ! 'almhlm and Hal'on Hosen are regarded as the cer. tnlntles and the hellpf Is that unless something unforeseen should occur hoth Hussla nnd .TnlJlln will consent 10 the oOlelnl nnnouncement of the personnel of the WashIngton confer. cnco within n few da's. In nny event , hoth missions will consist of many mi. visors , Including nrmy nnd posslhly naval officers , nnll officials from the foreign offices In Tolero nnd St. Peters. hurg. It Is expected that altogether each mission mny Ilumber ton or twelve. Should three plenlpotontlarles ho dcormlned Ullon hoth Hussln and .1apan have names \11lIler consldel'lltlon which will enuhlo them to allnounco tholr third ropresontatlves without delny. III recog-nltlon of his sorvlcell dur. Ins the Ilrollmlnnry neg-otlallons nnd In vlow of the high official rank of the Russian Illenlpotentiarles , It Is ho. lIeved that the omclnl IInnouncoment , of 1\11' . 'l'alcnhlrn'g alOlntmont will ho rolJowed hy his olovlI tlon to the ran Ie , ( jf nmbassadol' . In vlow of the fact thnt Jal1l1l1 Intends when the war Is over to clcvnto Its legations nt Wash. Ington , London , llerlln , Paris , Vlen. na , St. Petorshurg nnd Homo to cm. 1l11sslos , It Is belloved 1\11' . Tnlmhlrn's elevation would ho pormanent. While It Is not certain that ho' will he given cmlJllssndorlal I'I1nlnor Is It neccs. sary to his apllolntmont as II. . plenlpo. tentlary , officials of the American government IlOlnt out that this would bo the regulnr nnd expected course . for the Jupanese government to fol. I I low. COVERNMENT PRINT SHOP . TO , BE INVESTIOA TED WASHINGTON-An Inquiry Into the letting of II. contract hy Public Printer Palmer for so\'enty t'IJcset. tlng mnchlneK for IIRO In the govern. ment Ilrlntlng oll1co III helng mn.de h ) ' the slleclal commltteo recently nil- pointed hy the president to Inillato 1'0- forms In the conduct of the business affairs of the various government 110. llllrtments. Complnlnt reach ell the preshlent that the contract for tho' tnlOsetUng machines had hoon lot In an Irregular manner. EXODUS FROM LODZ. Thousnds of People Are FleeIng from the Terror Stricken City. LODZ , Husslan Polnt1l1-The most serious Ilhaso of the fighting between the military and stl'llcors Is at IIn Clul , hut there 111'0 still Isolated attllcl\8 In the sulJUrbs. At llnlu ' Sunday morning COllsacles attnclwd a Jewish family of five Iler ons who were drlv. Ing In II. cah to the rall\\'a ) ' IItution and shot nnd Itllled them nil , Includ. Ing , the calm1 n , There Is a general exodus from J dz. Telvo thollsanll 1I00'sons have alrendy left and all trains are crowd. ed. Rebels Defeat the Germanto , CAPE 'l'OWN , Cnpe Colon ' -Thl' rehel leader 1\Ierengo hn.s attnclccd and defeated a Gorman force com. mmllietl hy Captain Slohcrt W , Amos In the Karas mountains , Gorl1llln Southwest Africa. All the German am. l11unltlon and slIPlllles were cnrrloll ofC hy the rohels. \ Accepts Wanamaker's Offer. LONDONi-'l'ho Coil orton club ac , cepted the offer f John Wanamalcor former postmaster genel'l11 of th United States , to present II. portrait of P.'osldent Roosevelt to the cluh III nppreclatlon of the honor conferred 011 Mr. Wanamalcor In electing him IU honorary member. : President Issues Pardons. I W ASIIINGTON-'rho prosillent hm "pardoned Ph 11111 ScoU , a full.hloot' 'Creol , Indiana , cOl\\'lctcd In India ) 'Territory of criminal assault and Re ! ! tenced to Imllrlsonl1lent for IICo. There Is serious doubt of the hultan's guilt and , In addition , It Is said ho Is vor1 ill with tuherculosls. 'fho llresltlm ; hWd also lIardoned Ln.wrence GIven ! nnll William Paddock. convlctod 0 horse stealing In Inl1ll\n Territor ) ' Their sentences were regarded ns ex < :08slve. : Doth men had sen'cd nbou 'two ' and a half ) 'ears. ' , . ; . : . ) . " . . WAN'r THE LAW AMENDED I Changes Deslr ; ; the Ni1t1onal Guard Dill. WASIIINGTON-Tho nntlonal guard of Ule country will osle congress nt Its next scssloll to nmend the DicIt hili reorganizing onll malting tilt ) guard a part of the national defense , 'fho IIrolloscd legislation has been carefully IIrolll1red. It originated \\'Ith the omcers ot the natlonlll Iuard nnd hlul Incorporated in It certain sug. gestlons from the war dopnrtment , UIUS giving It governmental npprovnl. ItA prlnchml feature Is the doubllnJ ; of the nnllual federal approprIation of $1,000,000 for armament nnll oncamr ) ' mont purposes , which Is Aald to ho ImllCrn.l1vely necessary to properly equip nnd instruct the mono Other fontures of the hill cmbrace a provl. slon for 11I\ylng the actual expenses of officers Inalclng Inspection tours ; n conncctlon with the promotion of rlfio practlco ; regulations governing the auditing of accounts Incident to en. campmonts nnd giving the secretary of11.1' . dlscrotlon as to what shall constltuto llroper Incldenlals for "sllch encampments for which the govorn. I ment Is to pay. " JAPANESE FORCES PURSUE THE RUSSIANS TOKIO-Tho following dispatch has been received from the headqllartel's of the .1alll1nose armies In Mauchurla : 111 the vicinity of Ylngecheng , Juno 21 , a thousand of the onomy's infantry , llrosslnl our scouts' , advanced and when they reached JIslnngynngchell , ten miles southeast of Wanlcoutzlccau , or forces l'ellUlsell them with heavy loss and pursued them to the vIcinity of WelyuanllRomen. After 0\11' force , which occupied Yn.ngmllllnbm Juno 10 , hnd completed Its mission It returned. . The enemy , consisting of three hat. talhmll nnd four sqnadrons , "With twelve guns , ad\'llnced through the eastOl'11 dilltricts of the Karin road n'nd moved southward Juno 21. , From 11:10 : : In the morning his Infantry , grnllually apllCared on the holghts b tween Chn.pengan n.nd Llchlatun and his artlllory posted on the heights 01 Llenhllachles shelled the northern holghts of Nantchendzy. Our force , after a few hO\11's' engagement , as- sJlUlted this offenslvo and completely repulsed the enemy , captured the heights and llUrsued him. OUTLOOK NOT ENCOURAGING. Little Hope of Armistice Until Peace Commission Is Perfected. W ASIHNGTON-1\Tr. Talcnhlra , the .1npn.neso minister , returned to 'Wash. lugton Frida ) ' afternoon from a visit of several dnys In New England and cn.lled at the White House at night , where ho was received by the presl. dent and remained for three-quarters of nn 110ur. The minister would 1nvo nothing to say about his conference or the situation at this time , bo 'ond romarlelng- that "some matters must be settled first. " , The fnct that the minister could glvo no allsuranccs regarding an 11.1" . mlstlco 111'101' to the convening of the Wnshlngton 'conferenco tend to con. firm the hellef In official circleR hero ! thnt lIttle headway has ) 'ot heen made ! hy the ) Ireshlent In this , direction. Up to 11. In.to hour Friday afternoon the Husslnn reply to the president's sug. gostlon regarding an armistice had lIot hoen recelvod and "ntll this reply Is rocolved the result of this phase ot the l egotln.tlons cannot he Imown. CANAL ZONE FUNDS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS WASHINGTON-Tho secretary 01 war has n.llpro\'ed the recommondntlon of Governor Magoon of the canal zone that $30,000. of the funds of the ( 'anal zone derived from local revenue be devoted to IlUhllc school purposes. A recent census of the cnnal 7.ono shows that there are 1S3G children In the 'vlllngos ' nlonl ; the IIno of the Pannma Hall road < 'Omlllln ) ' within n radhts ot a mile nnd a half of the railroad. OL this total It hn.s heen found that S03 can read and write , nnd 93G cannot read nnll wl'lte. The " . I" .t can read and not. write. 'rho Illnn contemillatos the est.nh. IIshm nt of fort.two schools In the cannl zone. THOUSAND , YEARS' SENTENCE Texas Jury Imposes Penalty on Negro Assailant. ST. LOUIS , Mo-A special to the Helmh1lc from Wnco , Texas , sa's : In the cnso of Lee Hobert son , n negro charged with n.ttel1lllted cl'hnlnal as. sault UpOIl 11. whlto womnn , the jury hrought In the followlnl ; verdict : "We , the jur ) ' , l1nd the defendant , guilt ) ' n.s : : hargctl and l1x hIs punish. I mont at nonllnoment In the state prison at ono thouslll1l1 and ana ) ' l.rs. " ' 1'ho SDectators In 'court cheered when the verl1lct was rend , desilito the admonl tlons of the courl. , SCi1ndal In the Territory. ' ' ' WASllING'rON-'l'he Department at .TURtiCO wns ofllclall ) ' ad\'IRetl that as 1 the result of thl ) Investigation Into the alle ed frnuds In connection with the government of the Chlelcusaw nil. . , tlclU , IUIllan T01'l'Itor ) " , Treasnrer Ward. ! : > rtl1et' GovornOl' Mosele ) ' and Governor Johnston of the Chlclmsaw nation , United States Marshal olbert , Banlter Purdom anll Attorne's Mans. field , Mc\I111TI1) : ' and 'Cornish and othOl's h1\\'o been Indlclell for 1'0. IRPuing school anll Reneral fund warrants rants of the Chtc&Cnsnw nation. , REO FLAG SHOWN - - MUTINY ON THE RUSSIAN BAT. TLESHIP POTEMKINE. OFFICERS THROWN OVERBOARD . - : Guns Trained on OtJessa In Support of Strlkers.-Battleshlps on the Way and a Fight Is 'Soon Expected. ODESSA-Tho red fialr of rovolu. tlon Is hoisted at the masthead or the Knlaz Potemlc1ne , Russia's most pow. erful hattleshlv In the Dlaclc sea , which now lIe8 In the harbor in the hands of mutineers. The calltaln and most or the officers were murdered and thrown overboard In the Ollen Bon nnd the slllp Is com. tllotly In control of the crew and a few omcers' who have thrown in their lot . with the mutlnoers. The guns of the hont are trained on the city and on the streets massl3S of strIlc1ng workmen , who yesterday fie before the volle's of the troops , are now'inflamed hy the spectacle of open revolt on hoard an imperIal wn.rshlp and are malc1ng a bold front agnlnst the military . All day long firIng has been heard In many quarters of the city. Anum. bel' of harrl ados have heen erected and tumult and disorder reign. The main squadron of UIO llIaclc sea fieet , consisting of hattleshlps George Pohedlonosetz ( Oeorgo the Victorious ) Trl Svlatolla , Hostlslav and Eleaterlno II , wlth two cruisers are eXtlected to arr1\'e soon and a regular naval hattlo is In prosDect. The rIoters ar ln a most defiant mood and are not Inclined to sUtTend. er without fighting. Hoports of the mutiny , which oc. : mrred whIle the battleship was at sea , are difficult to obtain , as the mutln. eel's refuse to allow communlcntlon with Ule shore ; hut It Is ascertalnod that it arose over the shooting of a sailor who was Dresentlng on behalf of the crew II. complaint against the bad food. According to ono version this saIlor , whose nn.mo was o milt. chuk , ohjected to the quality of the "borchtch" or SOU ! ) and was Immo. dlately shot down hy a mess officer. rho crew then rose and solzed Ute ship and the officers , eight of whom were'spared on condition that they would join the mutineers. The others wore lellled and Utelr bodies thrown oyerhoard. ARRANGING A NATIONAL RECIPROCITY CONFERENCE . CHICAGO-Prominent representa. tlves of the agricultural , commercial ind lIve stocle IndustrIes throughout the cOlin try met here and completed arrangements for II. national reciprocity - city conference to ho 'held in Chlcngo Bomo time during the month or Aug. ast. The conference Is for the purpose of dovlslng plans to combat the threatened European commercial war , so evident In the prevailing and pros. pectlve discriminating taxes against the products of the United States , ac. cording to Alvin H , Sanders , chnlrman Llf the oxocutlvo commltteo of the In. ternn.tlonal live stocle exposition , who waR named as chairman of the com. mlttee on arrangements for the com. Ing convention. . PANIC AT ST. PETERSBURG Consternation at Admiralty Over Sit. Ui1t1on at Odessa. S'f. PETEIlSBUHG- serious In Its possible effects than nil the l1e. feats In Manchurln or the destruction IIf Hojestvensle "s fieet was the nOW8 which reached St. PetershUrg early last evenln Utat the stn.ndn.rd of open ohelllon was fioatlng on board ono , f the emperor's battlellhlps In the ' .1 rhor of Odessa. and that. with . .hotted guns , the mutinous crow , ' .leaded by eight officers , was holding the shhl ngalnst all comers. The au. horltles are In almost a state of panic , and n.t the nl1mlralty constorna. lion reigns. CAN TAKE AWAY WOUNDED War Department Gri1nts Request . of Russian Admiral. W ASIIING'fON-ln response to a 'equest cahled the war dellartment hy 1ho governor general of the Philip , \llne's \ In hehalf of the Husslan Admlr. al Enquist , to ho nllow d to return ! lIs slele and woutl1ed omcers nnd men ,1110n gIving thOlr lIarolo not to en. gngo In hostilities during the war , and to he allowed to hrlng certal } ! ' materIal for rOlmlrlng damaged ships , the secrotar ) ' hn.s sent the following cablegram : "You may allow Husslan admiral to tmhnrl , hIs slcl\ and wounded omcers dnd men on Husslan hosilital ship , dl\f1) ' expected , upon their giving pa. 1'0not to engage In hostilities during the war. You may also allow them to bring from Shanghai mnterln.l for re. pairing vessels , other than munitions of war , such as cordage , san clotb , waste aUlI 011 for machhler ) ' , otc. , hut the vessels are still to remaIn In In. ternment. ILLNESS DELAYS DELAYSWORK WORK OF PEACE W ASHlNGTON - It Is learned , throu/h / ; ofllclal sources that owing to the Illness of Count LamsdorfT , the RUQslan foreIgn mlnlstor , there Illls been a slight ehecle to the negotiations , affecting Hussla and Japan. It Is slleclftcnll ) ' stated , however , that this does not Imll } > , that there has been any hltcll , but simply Umt the negotla. tlons have be n unavoidably delnyed tor the reason ch'cn. , . . " . . - - , , - TV/O MILLIONS FOR VALE. John D. Rockefeller Gives a Million Dollars to Endowment Fund. NEW I1AV N. , Conn.-President II1ulley of Ynlo announced nt the alumni dinner thnt a gift of $1,000,000 had been recently made by John D. Itoc1eofoller. President IIadley also said that $2,000,000 In all have been given to the university wlUlln n com. paratlvely recent time , the other mil. Uon being subscribed by graduates In sums verylng from $50,000 to $2GO , . 000. The nBmes of the latter donors were not mndo puhllc. President Hadloy said that the only condition of any Iclnd underlying Mr. Rockefeller's girt Is that the m0110Y is to bo Invested in Income producing securities and preserved invlotate as endowment for the Institution the annum Income only to ho used for cur. rent oXJ.Onses. THE OELESTIAL KINGDOM MAINTAINS HER INTERESTS PEKING- The qU06t1on of Chlneso exclusion from the Unltod States can. tlnuos chlefiy to 6ccupy the attention or the Chlneso. The extent and depth of the leellng aBtonlshes foreigners , and is regarded as an ovldenco of the grmvth of n national sentiment or pUblic spirit which five years ago would have been Inconcelveable. Among many instances cited as ovl. l1enco of Ulls , it Is said that a Chinese comprador has refused a lucrative ap. polntment with an AmerIcan , com. llllny. Advertisements of American goods continue to bo refused by the natlvo newspapers , and letters and telegrams from all parts or Chinn , as well as from ahroad , are bolng re. ceived urlng the central government to Wee n firm stand. SCARED ABOUT LINEVITCH. . Feared That His Army Is In a Hope. less Situation. GUNSHU PASS , Manchurla.-Tho most disquieting feature of the stra. teglc sltun.tlon of the Russian armies Is tlto por81stence of the roports' that Japnneso cavnlry and light infantry with field and machlno guns are worl , . Ing northw rd oast. of Klrln and west or the Grand Trade route toward Boduno. The Japanese cavalry on the west Is under the command or Gen. erals Tamara and Alelama. Gonern.l Llnevltch Is now attomptlng sorlously to oppose the Japn.neso ad. vance along his front. , but Is drawing In his outpost lines upon pressure. . Estimate of Wheat Yield. MINNEAPOLIS , Minn.-H. V. Jones the Minnesota grain expert , returned Frida ) ' from the southwest. Ir. Jones says t.ho winter wMat crop w11l bo between 840,000,000 n.nd 370,000,000 hushels In the United States , hut the final figures will not appear until after Inspection of the Ohio valley. The Jones report Indicates a crop of wlntor wheat 100.000,000 bushels less than the trade hall figured on , hence the chanlo In sentiment. . THE FIRST WEEK IN AUGUST. Russli1 Has Accepted that Time for the Peace Conference. ST. PETERSllUHG-Tho foreign of. flee ItM Issued a communlcntlon con. firmllg the statement made In the As. soalated Press dlspatchos that Russin. has accepted the first ten dn.ys In Ku. gust as the time within which the first meeting of the pea co plenipotentiaries \1'111 taleo place. Largest Warehouse In World. KANSAS CITY. 1\Io , The Hocle Is. land and UI0 St. Louis & San Fran. cisco railway comvanles have practical - al ! ) ' completed plans for the erection nt Kn.nsn.s City of II. storage ware. house t cost $1,000,000 , which. It 1s stated , w11l he the largest building of Its Idnd In the world. FILIPINOS BEING SUBDUED AND , OUTLOOK PEACEFUL . SAN FHANCISCO-Major General L onard Wood and wife arrived here on the Pacific Mail liner Manchuria from the Orient , on a fiylng trip to the east. General 'Vood sars that conditions In the Ph11lpplnes 11.1'0 . Improving rapid. 1) ' . The Insuhordlnato natlvos are be. Ing suhdued and t11e ontlre country soon will bo peaceful. He declares I that Manila Is much more healthful thn.lI Is generally supposed , and n.s an ovldence of his hellef 1n this state. ment , said 110 had left his chlll1ren bo- hind. Complains of Five Roads. W ASHINGTON.In II. petition filed with the Interstate Commerce com. mission by. the Gulf Refining Company of Port Arthur , Tex. , the Illinois Cen. tral , Loulsvlllo & Nashv11l0 , C'incln. natl Now Orleans & Northeastern TI.1llrond companies are charged with having entered Into a 'comblnatlon with the Stundard Oil company by which the coml'any Is given monopoly of business through , cllscrhnlnatlng ' rntos prohlhltlvo to lllalnUft. Kouropatkln Reported Killed. ST. P TEHSDUHG - A rumor spread Ulroughout the city on Tues. dn ) ' night that General Kouropatkln had boon lellled. This rumor was con. noct < xI sometimes with a report that 70,000 HU8sln.ns had heen cut off by General Nogl's army and that General KourpnUcln haci boon taleen prisoner. NothIng contInnatory of the\o \ rumors bas boon recolved by the general staff or In lrOSS dispatches. The members of UI0 coneral staff say that no 1'0- ports of spoclBl importance h'e been rooclved. ' . , . , " , - ' A DISOROER W'AVE APPEARS TO BE ROLLING OVER THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE. GENERAL STRIKE OF WORKMEN BarrIcades Erected In a Suburb and 1\tti1ck of Cossacks Repulsed.- Censor Allows But Little Informa. tlon to Come from Poland , ST. PETEHSBUH The wave of disorder rOlling over Russia has ap. peared at Odessa , where a general strllee , accompanied by bloodshed anrl disorder , has broken out. There were soyeral collisions between the mm. tary nnd the strikers Monday night and Tuesdnx In two of which volleys were fired by the troops. No report at the extent of the casualties has boon re elved , the official statement deal. Ing only with the InJUal encounter Monday night , declarIng that two per. sons were killed therein. There was anoUlor encounter Tues. day afternoon , and a number of at. tacks were made on Individual pollco- men. A press dispatch received said that 40 armed worlemen barrIcaded . a suburb and repulsed the attacl , of.u company of Cossacles' . Helnforcements of three c01UIl nies or Cossacks were sent to the suburb but the result or their attacle on the strl1eers Is not yet Imown. There Is lIttle news from polanlI , but copies of the Lodz Gazette , glvln'g an account of the demonstrn.tlons , are eag rly reac1. A telegram to the of. ficlal agency gives the number ot killed and these who died at their wounds on J'rlday as 164. It adds that ethers were Idlled Saturday and Sun. day and that the complete number of ylctlms cannot he stated definitely , Other accounts give a total estimate ' of 500 dead at Lodz. There is a complete omtll1rgo on news from Lodz , hut generally the sit. uatlon In Russian Poland shows im. provement. Such advlces as have ar.j rived hero from Warsaw Indicate tlat , the strike Is only partially successful ! and that the n.uthorltles are JeepIng : the situation pretty well In hand. Th ringleaders and agltato.rs are being ar. rested hy the wholesale , over 1,000 having been put behind the bars to this time. Followlng the example ot the Lodz workmen , the workmen of Warsaw built barricades"at five pln.ces and blood was shed In d-efendlng t1)em. A young Jew threw It. stone at It. passing patrol on Krochmalna street , where. up'on the Cossacles drove a crowd or people Into a courtyard and fired n. vnlley at them , le111lflg or woundlng twenty persOons" Including five women and a boy. The strikers of the Doamanshvede factoJY on being fired upon by the son of the proprietor rota1lated hy wreck. Ing the establishment. THE REPLY OF GERMANY TO THE FRENCH NOTE P ARISl-Germany's reply to the French note on the subject of 1\Ioroc. . co was presented during a conference between Prince Hadolln , the German ambassador , and Promler Houvler at the foreign office. While most frIendly In form , Germany's response none the less maintains the position that the Moroccan question must 'bo regulated hy a conference or the powers without , any agreement in advance limiting the scope of snch conference. This was accompanied by the presentation of Germany's general poInt of view In such an amlcahle spirit as to disarm the suspicion entertained concerning German"s ulterior motives. , A NEW DISEASE ABROAD. ; The "Lazy Worm" Afflicts 100,000 I Porto Ricans. WASHINGTON-According to a 1'0- port reclved b ) ' the surgeon gene al of the army frpm Calltaln B. K. Ash. ford , assistant surgeon and head or the Porto Rican anemlo. commission , 95 per cent of the 100,000 Porto Ricans living In the Ylclnlt ) ' Abonln. Ito , nenr the center of the Island , are afflicted . . . . . .Ith the "lazJworm. . " Head. quarters and a field hospital hnve heen estnhllshed hy the commission at Ahonlnlto , and an aJJproprlatlon , of $ lGOOO will he expended In the or.adl. cation of disease , accorl1lng to the methods so successfully applied 1Jy Captain Ashford last year. . Stories Are Exaggerated. NOGALES , Ariz.-Tho stories sent out from this place regarding the at. tn.le ; by Yaqui Indians upon the lluo- nos Ayres ranch In Sonora last Thus. I1ny , In ' 1'.hlch ever twenty Yaquls and sevornl setUers and their fam11le'3 were said to have heen slain , were the grossest exaggerntlons. The only foundation for the reports was a fight occurrln"g at the ranch , In which two Indians were lellled and Luis Caranza wounded. There was no attempt at n mnssacro and no troops were sent out as reported. WILL MAKE TOUR OF AMERICA. Bernhardt to Play "Angelo" and "Adrienne Lecouvrer. " I..ONDON.-Slmhert Bros. todn.y signed II. contract with Mme Sarah llernhnrdt for an American tour of thlrt ) ' wooles , to begin at the l.1'lc theatre , Now Yorl" Novomher 6 next. 1\1 me. Bornhardt w11l take her enUro company tram the Theatre Sarah Bernhardt at Pnrls nnd will bo Boon In her revival of Victor Hugo's "Adrienne Lccouvrer , " now runnlD.jt hero. , , > to.o o , ' . . .1 -.r ( RESUMES ! = : IGHTEEN.HOUR RUN ) Fast Schedule e Shore Traln9 Restored. NEW YORK-Tho elghteen.hour running schedule for the Twcntleth Centul' ) ' Limited hetween this city nnd Chlcn.go , temporarily ahandoned , lol. lowing the wreck at Mentor , 0. , will bo restored at once. The following an. nOouncement was made by President Newman of the Central : liTho rIgid Investlgn.tlon of the wreck on the Laleo Shore road nt Mentor , 0. , which hll.'J been made by Ute officials of the Lalco Shore , and , . hy the state railway commissioner of'f' . Ohio , who marle personal investlga. , tlon at the scene ot the accident , have Ing shown concluslvel ) ' that the acci. dent was not caused by the speed of ' , the train , It has now hC n declrled to ' continuo the elghteen.hour schedule , pending a thorough Investigation of the accident. Its schedule of eighteen hours between New York and Chicago . wm bo resumed Monday , " , , ' THE APACHE WARRIORS J WANT BACK TO ARIZONA " ; ( . . LAWTON , Qlcla.Geronimo , tho' r Apache warrior. recently circulated petition 'among the members or his tribe , asking the government for their transfer to Arl1.Onn. . Only six Indians . , of age out of ahout 130 refused to sign. The petition was presented to the war department and Is recolvlng consideration. Owing to the fact that I ! the department has under consldera. . tlon a plan to Increase Fort sm to . roglmen ll vroportlons n.nd that the Apaches' term of imprlsonmont of I t\venty yenrs expires In a few months , It Is probahle that the Indians may bo removed. , DO 'T GET NEARER. I Two Nations Apart on the Moroccan , , _ i Question. BERLIN-Tho French note on the sUhject of the proposed Moroccan con. ferc.nce was 'handed to the foreign office Friday morning. Owing to its great length it had to ho sent by man to Berlin Instead of by telegraph. The foreign office , while declining ; to discuss the I10lnts of the note In detail , admits that It leaves the situ. -J ! atlon where It wns hefore. The points t , of disagreement hetween Germany 1 and France have not he en removed. It Is expected that the negotiations will continue a long time he fore a positive l1eclslon is reached. Germany's answer to Premier Rou. vier has not yet been considered. rt will require consldorable time In or. I del' to meet all the points raised. While the delay might , under ordln. \ ary circumstances , be of ad\'antage In affording time for the conference to decldo , the Germl1.n circles note with some concern Utlt powerful Intrigues are going on , having for their object . . war hetween Germany and France. ) Germany's Intentions remain thoI' . oughl ) ' pacific , but government circles hero npprehehd the posslhl1lt ) . that \ these Intrigues will result In Inflaming the French people against Germany and croatlng a delicate and compll. I cated situation. The evening newspapers franlc1) ' ex. \ at the I press their disappointment French note. Much has been stalted . upon Prier H uvler's ostenslhlo wish I to como to an understanding with German ' , but the Vosslche Zeltung , / . . J. . . discussing the note , SR'S that HOll\'ler ' $ Is continuing 1Delcasse's policy without M. Delcasse. The newspaDers all emphasize the fact that the French note leaves the differences where they were before regarding their hearIngs upon the projected - jected Moroccan conference. It Is roe marked that M. Houvler has just suc. ceeded In leaving room for an accept. ance of the conference If this becomes absolutely necessary. hut as the Post I remarles , the French premier talees a stand that 1001t s strllclngly 111m It. polite but a shamed refusal , and the Vosslcho ZeUung agrees with the Post I In saying thal his answer comes nearer a refusal than an acceptance of the conforence. THE POSTOFFICE OFFICIALS " , GET AFTER PUBLISHERS WASHINGTON-Third Assistant Postmaster General Madden has Is. sued an order Intended , to put a stop to the practlco of some publishers of llerlodlcals of using their publications as the vehlclo or cover 101' the trans. mission at second class rates of sam. pIes or pailer to the detriment of the postal revenues from matters of the j fourth class. This accomplished by , printing advertisements upon sheets of the paper to which the advertise. ments relates and attaching them as ntlvertlslng pnges to the periodicals. After declaring the practice to he an ahuse of the second class mailing privilege , the pUhllshers will he given- until September 1 next. and after that time anyone found disregarding l the order will he charged fourth class rates for his perlodlcat. . " ' ' ' : L\ ' ( Danish Naval Cadetll : Drown. ' " 1 . COPENHAGEN , Denmarle-A serl. " ous dIsaster occurred near hero when the Danish cadet training schooner Georg.Stage was rammed and sunl , , hy the llrltlsh steamer Ancona , The . Georg.Stago sanl , In one and onehalf I minutes. Twenty.two cadets were drownod. , Morgan Presents Credentials. ) ' W ASHINGTON-'l'l\e state l1epart. ' ment was advised that Edwin V. Mol' . gan has presented his credentials at Seoul as American minister to Korea. . I' l , " , , . ' , , " , R . '