fi' - flllASSeCMICD PRESS TELEGRAPBIC UIA.. SERVICE HEATHER MJEHU Fair in south, rain and wanner in north portion. Saturday rain. WWVWVWWVWWMWAM VOL. L NO. 365 OGDEN CITY. UTAH, FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER PLEA FOR CHANGE A DESPERATE BREAK HANDS. Tokiu. Dec. Sit. 10 a. m. The forty-thre- e Japmtcec captured guns when ltihlung fort was tak- - Several VoLey Being Killed Folaom, Cal., Dec. 29. A break that waa clever In plAn, and bold to the extreme in execution took place at ike prison here ih'i afternoon. The guards obeyed the standing orders of the warden to shoot regardless of the danger to free men, and as a result seven of nine convicts who had planned to get away were almost riddled with bullets, three being now dead and three in a critical condition. Captain R. J. Murphy, is wounded by a shirt in the leg and two alight knife . wound.. The break was similar in general plan to the big Entente of last July. Out the fact that It waa within rangu of the guns of seven reliahl guards, all lead shots, and one of theue within fifty feet, make it mure hold and desperate. The convicts who engaged In the break were all employes of the rock crusher where S2S of the most desperate prisoners were at work. Captain Murphy waa acting as general over-ar- er about the rock crusher and four other prison attaches, L. Daly, M, Hogan, Clias. Taylor and Clias. Jolly were employed as 'Pushers" to. keep the men at work. A large sledge 'hammer was thrown Into the crusher, caus-Jrthe ponderous machine to come to a standstill. This attracted Captain Murphy, Clias. Jolly and Taylor to the place immediately. Thereupon the desperate convicts rushed to seixe Murphy, Jolly and Taylor. They succeeded only In ratehing the two Aral mentioned. They also endeavored to take the other fre men. who managed to escape them, hiring this time the scene of trouble kii under cover and I he guards on the outside could hot see the straggling men althqngh they soon had a.t intimation that something was wrong. The ccnvlcts with their raptives made their way toward a small post commanded by Guard W. H. Harris, who was armed with a rifle. Vive of the gang surrounded Captain Murphy and two of them had Jolly; The convicts hail knivra in pmdtlon for immediate execution, should the guards attempt to free themselves. They bad no sooner stepped Into the open than the seven guards commenced firing, and within 20 seconds fuily cne hundred shots had been find and the seven were on the ground helpless. The ninvlcta were very bold as they approached Guard Harris, who stood ready to act. according to the standing orders to shoot regardless of consequences- When within 40 feet of the outside guards, one of the convicts gave i he command: "Hand out your gun or we will sub Murphy to the heart. of handing out the rifle, Harris sent a bullet into the fellow's body and he fell to the ground. In quick succession Harris fired at each of tbe remaining convicts who were trying to shield themselves behind nrpliy and Jolly. "Rough House" Kelley, the last of tbe g 1 con-vlct- had him - . K. Queyaila, from Los Angeles, serv- ing a life senten re for murder. W. H. Fenley, from Mendocino connlife sentence for murder. ty, serving Slightly wounded: Chas. Carson, from Marin county, serving life sentence for robbery. Mukden, Dee. 29. Cossacks today brought in tbe body of Captain Erl da a noted scout, who was killed In an attack on the village of Tlfanty. Intense haired exists between some of the opposing forces in trenches cloe together, notwithstanding the friendly terms existing at other parts on the fronts of the two armies. Tlie Japauexe try to beat their shelters at advanced Iiositlons with charcoal fires concealed in small braider, so as to show no light. One of these recently was broken snd the fire exposed the position of the Japanee picket. The whole party was Immediately wiped out by a furious Russian fire. There waa a sharp skirmish on Dec. 28 at 81nchinpu, a concealed mortar battery Inside the Rusrian lines opened on tbe Japanese position (hiving out a number of the Japanese, who nought refuge among the trees and bushes. A shell exploded a Jaiianeae mine In front of the treuclu-- inflicting considerable damage. The Russian batteries are connected by telephone and report the results of each others fire. Recently a field battery posted on heights caught a detachment of Japanese ami drove them all out of their trenches In ths immediate front. ADMIRALTY AGREE ON REHEARING TAFT ENGROSSED WITH PHILIPPINE MATTERS. Washington. Deo. 29. Secretary Taft who is engrossed Just now with matters Pertaining to tbe Philippines bad a conference today with the president regarding the Islands The secretary dealt that the proposed red ctinn in the tariff on Philippine sugar and tobacco should be provided for at tbls session f (M&gre and be is urging hU view stiongiy with all members of congress o whom lie bus opportunity to talkl JTACTICS KurokI . Congratulations Appreciates From Germany. Berlin, Dec. 29. A convivial circle at Dortmund sent KurokI In September a card of enthusiastic congratulations on his military successes and had now received the following answer "The battlefield, in Manchuria. Nev. 5. 1904: How I rejoice to be congratu- lated at so grat a distance upon our victories. As yon know we are pupils hence I hav of German tacticians, double pleasure in being congratulated by German met- With special regards, KlKOKI. your obedient servant, - 29.-J- u.lge This was the last day in whirh, under the Uw, claims for damage could be filed. In the last hour of the court today 49 suits aggre- gating $t)0,no0 were filed in the cir- cuit and supreme .courts. esa... ....... . a s New York, Dec. 59. The following statement was given out tonight at Rein regard Deubassoff May Taks ths publican state headquarter Placs of Admiral Kaznakoff on to the .United States senatorship by North 6sa Commission. Governor thlell: St. Petersburg, Dec. 29. Douliaaauff was given an audience uf tbe emperor just before bis majes- h Paris, Dec. 29. Tbe members of the international commimion on the North sea incident were surprised today to hour that Admiral Kazuakoff, the Russian member, haJ been recalled, aa nu intimation that a change was contemplated had been communicated to tlie commission. The dispatch from St. PaMtwbiirg announcing the cliange was laid before Admiral Kaznakoff tonight by ths Associated Press, w 1th a request for a statement. The Admiral returned the anbwer that he must decline to the matter. The members of hla sidle also refused to disease the sub' ject. The retirement of Admiral Kaznak-nf- f causes much comment here. It is ennjaetuied that It is due to renewed naval setivitv in Russia In connection with the puselble despatch of a third squadron to the far rest as Kaznakoff ranks as full admiral and therefore has priority over the commander of the Aril and second Pacific squadrons, it is also suggested that Great Britain anu other anvernraenta having sent vice or rear admirals to sit on the commission, it not necessary that me Jussis deems be represented by an officer of highast rank. Subsequently a member of tlie Russian delegation who was interviewed expressed surprise at Vic: Admiral Doubassoff replacing Admiral Kaxnak-of- f. He said he had been aware that UonhaMoff wa. coming to Parle tn confer with the French minister o( Marine, and therefore If the newa of Kasnak-off'- a recall waa true it iirobably was because Emperor Nicholas, having mors important duties for Admiral Kaznakoff at 8t. Petersburg had instructed Vice Admiral Doubaaeoff to combine the two missions, conferring with the minister of marine and sitting on the North ga commission. dlo-cw- hs That District Courts Have no Power to Issue Man- - Judge Carpenter is Advised damus Against State Canvassing Board-Pl- ans of the Legislature Not Known. Denver, Dec. 29. For the first time in ths history of the' stale, a Judge of a district court was compelled today to appear in person before the supreme rourt of tbe state and explain to that body why lie had issued a writ of mandamus when it was spimrenl that he wa in error in so doing. Judge Samuel L. Carpenter of the distirct rourt was Ihe member of the bench served with the citation. A solemn protest against their action was entered by Judge Carpenter, and be said tnat under the circum-atanrhe believed that he had to leans the writ of mandamus against the state canvassing board to force that body to canvass the returns mads for Charles B. Ward and Dr. Michael Beshoar, candidates for the senate on the Democratic ticket from Boulder and Las Animas county ea ity PLAN TO Public Sentment Manifests Itself Very Strongbe the" Only ly in Dep:w's Favor--W- ill Une Whose Name Will be Presented i tys departure for the south. This is regarded as confirmation of tbe report that Duubasaoff is lo replace Kazuakoff on the North Boa rouiraiaslun. Doubassoff la eminently Case of Steamer Arabia Will be Re- fitted to represent Russia on that commission. lie is energetic and opened Before the Price Court. speaka tho English and French language fluently. It la understood that 8L Petersburg, Dec. 29. The Adiknibassoff would have been sent to miralty court has agreed to a rehearing of the American claims In the rase Paris in the first place, but for the line steamer tact that the Emperor did not wish to of the Portland-Astat- ic spare him from the Important work of Arabia, captured by the Rnasian squadron July 22. If it can be shown that the the naval technical commission and claimants were unable on account of so Admiral Kaxnakoff waa selected. lack of time to perfect their apjieal It waa hoped that his health would decision of the bear the strain uf the duties imposed from the Vladivostok court - The rehearing upon him by tbe appointment, though rethere waa some fear that be might the will at least assure break down, and for this reason his lease of tho flour and if ths Vladivoson, a young lieutenant, was detailed tok court is sustained as hss been intimated in the cae of the machinery to accompany tbe Admiral to Paris. it will enable tbs authorities at WashNORTH 8EA COMMISSION EQUALLY ington to make . diplomatic SURPRISED. Judge Carpenter was thereupon discharged by the supreme court, the writs issued by' him were Jiwnlxsed, and he was directed not to take any further action directly or indirectly in the matter. by Derision In the contempt proceedings against Senator John A. Rush snd Attorney Bell, who were cited for contempt in procuring the writs was deferred until next Tuesday. Charles J. Hughes, Jr., appeared for Rush and Charles 8. Thomas for Bell and answers were filed on behalf of both of the accused attorneys. From these answers it appears that Bell waa not an attorney on record in the case the district court and merely before and on rale a obtain sugar He hopes to information of the Supreme telephoned 25 Island of the from tobacco Imported decision to Rush, both attorneys courts rate. per cent of the regular Dingley ignorance of the full Scope of He intimated today that negotiations pleaded Rush's answer stated that derision. the had been Instituted looking to a poshe had supposed that the supreme court sible compromise on a Philippine tariff hail not gone into the merits of the rate, but It wa too early to predict matter, because It would hear arguwhat the result of the negotiations ments on the question of jurisdiction. might be. The court postponed its decision in the case of Attorneys Rush and Bell until next Tuesday. PUPILS OF GERMAN Chas. Walker today, decided tlat the City of Chicago is not liable for damages grow tng out of tlie lows of life id connection with toe Iriquuis Theatre fire. Vice-Admir- Kidnaping George Letcher Landed in Jail Party He and Others are Alleged to Have Caused a Fire to Defraud an Insurance Company. Bryan, O., Dee. 29 The greatest sensation in Williams county for yean wax mule public tislay on tbe arrival of George Letcher tbe alleged firebug. In care of officen who kidnaped him from the officials in California, where he had been captured. Ai soon aa Letcher was in Jail, a secret indictment wa made public. It waa returned October 11, and in It Letcher, Delos Pratt of Toledo; SoL Wynn who killed himself in Toledo: Ira Bryant, a Hudson, MtchlganJ merchant: Frank Pratt and Jark Page, all are charged with causing a Are at Montpelier this county on Jan. 4,884. with intent to defraud an insurance company. Pratt and Wynn arc indicted aa principals and the others aa accessories. Letcher pl'aded not guilty. LIABLE. Odell alMiut. RE8EAT PEABODY STILL UNDECIDED. Denver, Dec. 29. Very few members of the legislature have yet arrived In the city snd whether tbe plans of Wil-lis- m G. Erins, and other Republican leaders to reseat Governor Peabody will be adopted by a majority of the Republicans is still undecided. The Republicans have an even twoUhlrds of the votes on Joint ballot, and can carry any measure on whirh they are united. A Republican caucus will probably be held next Monday, at which time the contest for speakership of the houseand the plea to continue Governor Peabody In office will be considered. There are st least half a dozen candidates for the speakerehip. gome Republican members known aa followers of former Senator Wolcott have declared that while tlirr do not I oniemiilate a union with the Democrats under any consideration, they will oppose vigorously any plan fur reuutiug out Adams. Die Walcolt Republicans My that the will go into a party mucus and will agree to abide by the derision of the caucus up lo a point where it conflicts with their consciences. The insist that they have always strictly observed party regularity, but when a course is commanded that is morally wrong they wilt not follow it and they will not eonsidtv their decision In that regard as irrgular. The plan to seat, Peabody, some of them declared, is wrong and no caucus action will bring them to support such action. The canvass of the votes for stale officers is made by the legislature and is not subjected to review by the courts. COLORADOS ELECTION LAWS A FARCE He is has been brought the only man in tbo waa asked. "I understand that he Is satisfied, waa the reply. In fact, everybody la now satisfied that tbe matter has been settled amicably and that here la general harmony. IV lien it first became known publicly that there bad leen differences of opinion in policy between Hcnalor Piatt snd Gov. Odell, publication waa directed to the two seats in tbe United State Senate held by Platt and Depew almost as much as to the convention which would nominate ths next candidate for governor. Senator Platt won before the legislature for two years ago, and was returned only three Republican state senators refusing to support him. Tba campaign to return Mr. Dcpew practically began at that time and waa continued up to today when he was able to announce Its success, it was known all along that Mr. Depew regarded Mr. Plait aa a very good friend and that he did not desire to do anything that would give pain to the man who had led the Republican party in tbls state for so many years. last summer prior to the meeting of Ihe stale ootvention It was reported in political circles tbat former Governor Black desired to go to the United Slates Senate and tbat he would have tlie support of Governor Oilell. Never, however, did Mr. Black announce him-s- lf as a candidate and not at any time till today did Guv. Oddi make kuown his position. "Aa chairman of the Republican slate' committee of New York after a long aerie uf inquiries extending all over the state, 1 have reached the concluaioa that party harmony will lie beat subserved by tbs inn of Senator Depew. In the position which 1 occupy, 1 am frequently called upon to pass upon the claims of friends, and whlls my sympathy may be. as wa the As in tbe present seiiat orial. contral. with one stronger than tlie. oilier yet one must recognize the fact tbat personal interests must always be ubservU-u- t to party success. "A month ago my knowledge of the situation hi the state was not as complete as it is at present and those of my friends who thought thut a change might be desirable for party mating must now recognize tlie sentiment which has manifested itself 11 over tlie state so strongly for the return of Senator Depew. Hitch being the rase, it would have the worst kind of par-t- v generalship to Imve run counter to this expressed public opinion." ct tx-e- THE OPTIMIST WINS AND DEPEW IS IN harmony state who could have brought harmouy out of the situation. 1 am very grate, ful to blm." "How about Black?" tba senator Vice-Admir- respectively. Being now advined that the supreme court has decided that District Court have no power to issue such writs, the judge Mid: "it becomes obligatory upon this respondent, without nnr older of this court, of his own motion to dismiss such proceedings." I NOT PROBABLE CHANGE IN PERSONNEL ff, burn. Murphy to the and was under the With wonderful coolness ar.d nerve, Murphy wriggled shout, until Harris could draw a bead un Kelley and one shut touk all tbe fight out of him. In the meantime bullets from o' her pusU were flying thickly about, many of them striking the convicts. Captain Murphy waa struck by one of them, a slight wound being inflicted in the leg, and Jolly was struck in tbe neck, tbe bulln turning out through the cheek and inllieilng a very serious wound, though not a critical one. Two of tlw convicts named Campbell and Ford luij intended Joining the others, but their courage failed them when the shooting began. The guards who did the shooting besides Harris were: O. C. Lewis, T. Folev. W. Gallagher, L. Anderson, D. W. Wiley and J. Woods To have made their escape from the prison the convicts would have had to go up or down tbe railroad track, through a long line of guards They evidently depended on capturing Wood's rifle to successfully carry out their plans. The knives in their possession were big, dangerous looking weapons, that had evidently been concealed many months in the rucks. At the time the first ahot was fired, Warden Yell waa in his office. He realized Instantly that what he had been anticipating for months had happened and grabbing his revolver,, lie .rushed to the bluff over looking the crusher and t lienee down near the scene. He signalled the guards to continue dmoting and he himself put his revolver Into operation at the same time giving orders lo th remaining convicts wiis were crouched behind rocks and in other safe places to line up and' march In.' This they did in quick order, going on the run only too glad to leave their positions. The appearance of the warden in the midt of the fight gave his guards increaaed courage to tarry out his order Lieutenant of the Guard Cochiane Immediately lined up 20 guards from about the yards and in eurpriaing quick time had them in position to iweist a general emeu! a. During all the trouble only one Gatling gun was brought into play and that only to frighten the participants Hhe following convicts were killed: H. C. Hill, of Placer county, under a sentence of 3fi years for robbery. J. Quinlan, of Ban Francisco, serving 12 vesrs for robbery. W. Morale, of Marin connty, serving sentence for robbery. The following wounded will probably die: D. Kelley, of Ran Francisco, serving a sentence of eight years for robbery. convicts sh.it ground with officer for Chicago. Dec. Prof. Paul Reinch made a pica for better government in ihe Philippines before the American Society of Political science today.Fili"Ye have been telling the he said, that If they learn a pinos. English and vote, they will be happy, but what we must do is to give them an opportunity to live." Political considerations, ho said. were at the bottom of our taking over the islands, and have played too great a part In the methods of administration. The speaker declared that the Untt-e- d States is carrying out s mixed pol-Ir- y and autonomy of assimilation through the assimilation of our lusti rations. He asserted that he did not believe In such assimilation as would give the Filipinos atalcbood. INTENSE Threw Sledge Hammer Into a Rock Crusher HATRED Come a Standstill it to to Causing MANIFESTED Seize the Guards and March Them Betwesn ths Opposing Forces Whore Into the Open Met With Close Together in Trenches. CITY PRICE FIVE CENTS I9M. M. Professor Reinch Wanto ths Philippines to Hava an Opportunity to Live. ea. Chicago. Dec. 29. Deadly CHICAGO BETTER GOVERNMENT GI NS FORTY-THRE- 30, IT- - Turk, Dec. 29. Governor announced this If rer noon that the United Hiatus Seualorshlp bad been settled and lhat be name ol Chatineey M. IJepew would lie the only one presented et the Republican can-cuNew Odell s. After the adjournment of the meet' lug at the Kepubliran club between SENATOR DEIKW WILL SUCCEED HIMSELF. Governor Odell, Senator Depew, Speaker Nixon and Senator Malby New York, Dec. 29. Chauncey MitGovernor Odell went to tbe Fifth d Avenue hotel. He wae asked to con- chell Deprw of New York, will himself for a leru uf six years ' firm the statement that tbe aeaator-sbl- p bad been aottied. He nald: "It aa- United States Senator from. the has been absolutely sol lied. la reply state of flew York, continuing aa the to a question whether this agreement col league of 8enalor Thomas 0. Platt, was In accord with hia own personal who lias four years to serve. I The formal announcement of (his preference Governor Odell said: would not ba human if 1 did not have conclusion was made late this aftera personal preference; but what i noon at the Fifth Avenue Hotel by wanted was to find out tlie choice of Governor (Moil, as rhalrman of tbe Rethe whole pnriy." publican aisle committee, and came as Governor Odell was asked: "Did you the culmination of a series of conferJust find out that the sentiment of ences by prominent Republicans exthe party waa for Dcpew?" tending ov.r several weeks, and prac"No, I did not Just find it nt. I tically continues during tbe past three have been working on the matter ever days. The purport of the announcement ia since election day." "Did the Platt conference have any that the candidacy of former Governor effect on your course? Frank B. Black nf Troy, which hss "I cant say that It did. Many uf been warmly pressed by his friend riy friends attended that conference, during (he past fortnight or more is to snd it brought out nothing psrticularly be withdrawn and that Ihe name of new. I knew all along I bat there was Benator Dcpew will bo the only one a strong sentiment for Ifopcw. presented lo the caucus of Republican The conference must liavo been a legislatures which will select the par-- j amicable as It was brief, aa sounds nf tys candidate for senator. merriment could be heard. Hcnafor I Late in tlie afternoon a letter whs Do pew had been in conference only a given out. addressed by Mr. Mark few minutes when he hurried out, his himself to Benator Depew. In which face wreathed in smiles, lie said: the former governor withdraws hla "Tbe optimist wins, as he always name from furl her consideration for does, and I am in It. The senatorship is fContluiied Tage 8.) settled In my favor, and through Gov. site-coe- - I ! STEAMER PURITAN DISABLED Drifted there With Her Paddle Wheel Broken. In New London, Conn.. Dec. 29. The steamer Puritan of tbe Fall River line, was disabled early today while off Else-tioPleasant View, R. I., by tiie breaking of Laws. her padnle. wheel. Tbe steamer was compelled to stop and drifting in shore, Denver, Dec. 29. Ths Lilierty League came to anchor. Three .learners and state convention adopted the following answered the signals of dint res Puri-Ban stood by until daylight. Later tlie resolution today: was lowed to this port. After an "Resolved, that we denounce In unmeasured terms the action of the re- examination Captain Cham decided to continue the trip to publican party in attempting to over- make repairs and were 400 pMwengers ride the plainly express'd will of the New York. There of which 100 disabled on vessel, the people by arbitrarily throwing out the returns from a large number of pre- landed here, tlie remainder deciding trip on the Puritan. cincts, to the end that the state senate Ito continue the There was not excitement aboard the may be made subservient to corporate of the' accident. greed, that the supreme court may be vessel at the time packed and that James Peabody may be forced upon the people of this state for another biennial period. Another resolution declares that the election laws of Colorado are a farce and demands their revision. Tho political situation la declared to be so grave aa to call for a complete investigation and it la demanded that every ballot Grand Jury Will Remain in Session box In Denver be opened. A protest is for Another Period Indicted Parmade against the indiscriminate ties Are Ready to Fila Bonds. throwing out of ballots without an attempt to separate the good from the Portland .Dec. 29. The present sesbad. sion of tbe grand Jury will last probaSENATOR CLARK WILL MOVE TO bly about three weeks longer. Deputy District Attorney J. F. Henev hss deWASHINGTON, D. C. layed hla diirture for Washington for another month and will not leave here Paris, Dec. 29 United States Senator until some time In February. Wm. A. Clark, of Montana, with bis George Sorenson, one of tbe those wife and child, will sail fur New York Porton the North German Lloyd steamer indicted Tuesday, returned to tomorwas until and land given today they will take up their residence in row to furnish bonds. Washington. D. C. It. ia understood that. S. B. Ormsby Mrs. Clark baa lived several year of Salem, and Dr. W. H. Davis, mayor in Paris. nf Albany, have obtained sureties and will file their bonds tomorrow. MARINES WILL BE HOUSED Washington. Dec. 29. If tlie duty is Washington, Dec. 29. General Taft acceptable to him. Rear Admiral Benafter a Conference with Secretary MorP. Lambert on probably will be ton on the subject of barracks for jamin president of the Lighthouse appointed marines on tbe irhmiw. cabled General Board when Rear Admiral Evans asDavis to make provisions for huu-iu- g sume command of the North Atlantic the detachment on duty Un-rfleet nmt March, FLOOD OF WATER SAVES a jpm Liberty League Stats Convention n a Revision of ths THREE MORE WEEKS AHEAD Gales Extinguished the Fires Before Cargo of ' Crude Coal-o- il Could Become Ignited Crew Rescued From Perilous Positions. eastern fate. Norfolk. Va., Dec. 29. After being imprisoned on tbe wrecked oil steamer Northeastern, nine miles off Cape llalteras, for 3C hours, t 'apt sin Wilder and his crew of 21 men were taken ashore at noon today by the crews ot Kinnukeet, Creeds Hill and Hatters life saving stations. The big steamer Is pounding on Diamond shoals under a terrific sea, and the crew say she will be a total would have met a horrible When morning dawned the wreck wa sighted by life savers and the weather observatory at llatieras. Shu was nine miles off shore and the water lietwecn was a seething mass of mountainous waves. The crew of the Creeds Hill and Klnnakeet lire saving statiuus were summoned and this morning the life savere began their attempts to get a boat through the heavy seas. After a three hours strugat nine oclock three life boats gle. losa across the breakers, and were la a bewildering fog Tuesday night battlingsafely with the outside seaa on their the Northeastern on her way np ths way to the steamer. coast from Fort Arthur, Texas to New When the surfmen reached the York with a cargo of crude petroleum, wreck they were confronted with shoved her prow into the deadly land problem of great danger and difficulty. off Haleru and waa fast in tne The aea although it had subsided to clutches of the grave yard of shipping some extent, was still in an angry before her crew realized what had mood, and the little lifeboats were behappened. ing tossed like cockleshells about the This was at 11 o'clock, and before helpless mass of coul. Lines were between tbe boats and the daylight had come tbe gale that bad swept over the country from the mid- Northeastern, and after much trouble, dle west had struck the sea and waves every man was taken from the Teasel were crashing over the helpless ves- in safety. sel incessantly. Over six hours were consumed beThe force of the wind and tide fore the first of the boats retched threw her on her port beam and the chore again. flood of water extinguished her fires Tbe Nonheasrern is an Oceaa-golubefore her inflammable cargo could be- Me unship built of steel in Chicago in come Ignited. Had Ibis not been the 191. and is owned by C. Counreiaian case, tbe 22 men aboard the North- of Cincinnati. w . , , g - .