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MORNING EXAMINER. KOI INSTRUCT AT PORT ARTHUR DELEGATES Meet With a Loss of 3500 Men and Four Vessels Believed to be Torpedo Boats Russians Communicate With Port Arthur by Telegrap- hConditions in Beleaguered City. ' teuciation. i intelligence received at .the war office la to iha affect that the 'Japanese have Special St. Petersburg. June from Liao Vans report Jisimi Chinese bringing news that the on June 3. attacked Port Japan Arthur by land and are, hut were repulsed with a Ium of W0 men and four vessels, which. Judging from thn deacrlption were torpe.lo hosts. Other dispatches give ru- more of a naval battle between two fleets InTlie golf of Perhlll. and a definite report of hohbardment In Liao Tang gulf. abandoned their advance north of Feng Wang Chang, and went of Zu Van. Tha Russians are holding Zu Yen and Sal- )'. ma tau. While declining to furnish specific the Russians am now ia wireless mmmuniratloa with Port Arthur. Ry no other way could the receipt of Admiral Wlttsoeft'a dispatch of June 7, reporting the Intar mill cut bombardment, of Port Arthur from the nea, be accounted for. In-ta- la . . Che Koo, June I A Chinese formerly employed in tha marfclna ahopa at Port Arthur, who arrived here today say. that only live of the nine lamestRussian ships at Port Arthur are capala , ble of going to sen. and that steam kept up on bat three of the five sound v Meets. All the guns .from the damaged ships hnve been removed to the forts and the sailors have gone to the front with the troop. The Russian warships which formely ware painted black, are now painted gray, as are Ike vessels of the Japes esa fleet. Rueslaa torpedo boats leave tha harbor oeea-- , at anally fur half aa hour, hut the larger r wan ships cannot get through the en- -' trance. The Russians art refusing permla-- I a Inn to skilled workman to leave Port ''Arthur, but many art escaping. Little work In being dons Jn the machine hope because of tha confusion among f tha workman each lima flrlag U heard. : One shell recently wracked a machine , but did no damage to ' shop building, tha machinery. Another shell wrecked the office In the deck yard. Three hundred and fifty mlnaa have been laid in the readataal and many others have been placed around tha ahopa In the basin. Soma of the latter were naval ' exploded last week hy lightning, but no damage was done. The Chinese who have come out of Port Arthur complain of the treatment accorded them by the Ruealan soldier, declaring they were maltreated if they did not supply iha soldiers with money and, liquor. Villagers in the vicinity of Port Arthur are compelled to supply the soldiers with rice, and Russian soldiers are turned loese In their wheat fields, do t ro ring the crops. Japanese spies who entered Port Ar. thur last week distributed notices assuring. th e Chinese of llbeial treat weal in ease the Japanese are victorious. . . MOVEMENTS OF JAPS. Toklo. June 9. Nona Admiral Togo reports that no the nigMt of June 7th, he scat eight small toumto boats from ths battleships of his eqnadron Jo make a reconnaissance of Port. Arthur harbor. The boats went far Innide the heads and were exposed tofhs Russian fire One sailor and one patty officer were killed In the operation, but the boms escaped undamaged. Admiral Kataoka reports that on June the sixth he landed men on San Shan and Takn Islands in Tnlleawaa Bay for the purpose of making a reconnaissance. They found many of the building thereon were only partially dentroyed. la tha hoepitola some supplies were also found. BOMBARD PORT ARTHUR DAILY. . Chairman Johnson la kin opening a strong plea for an delegation. Tb moat significant action taken by th convention at the morning session waa tiro failure to appoint a committee oa rmolutions. This indicate no platform will bo presented and that the Roberta plan to Instruct the delegates to fight against tha insertion of an plank in th platform will he defeated. "All tiro Democrats need thin year to win, aald Chairman Johnson, is an plank." The convention took recess until 9 elt p. m. Overnight developments served 13 draw the tinea morn sharply on the fight over the ploygnmy question. Brigham H. Roberts, who was expelled from Onogresa for being a polygamist. In the leader of the faction demanding that the delegatee be explicitly instructed to oppose any Insertion In the national plat form of an plank. Other prominent Democrats, among them former Senators Rawlins and Cannon, Judge O. W. Powers and J. If. Moyle oppose ut-action, and believe the Utah delegation should do nothing that might attract further attention to th polygamy question. An effort Is being nude to prevent the question from bea ing brought up. but should it come tha convention n bitter debate In sure to an sue, and both aides have prepared for It. Prominent liearst men declared today that n fight would be made for Instructions for Hearst. Tha general sentiment aeemed to be, however, that the delegation should go uninstructed. Tbe polygamy question la entering Into the eoateat over the election of n Judge Powers la being favored as n rule by those opposed to fighting any polygamy plank, while D. H. Peary, a prominent young mining man of Salt Lake. haa tha barking of tha Brigham H. Roberta adherents, aa well as much of the younger element in the party. William Roylance, of Provo,' wan named as permanent chairman. anti-polyga- be-for- national-committeema- UNUSUAL - BILLIARD SCORE Toklo. June I. Wounded officers who Itavo returned to Japanese hospitals give Interesting details of tha battle of Nan Shan hllj. After the first ineffectual attack the Japanese scouts discovered that there were mines at some spot at the foot of the hill. It waa determined that they could only be definitely located by tbe sacrifice ef some men. Hundreds volunteered to go to what appeared to be certain death. and They led the neoond advance washed found that heavy rains haJ away the roverlnss of earth and had exposed the mines. Engineers cut the connecting wires. The volunteers were nearly all killed In the subsequent Ineffectual attack oa the hill. The Osaka men. from the right wing, while advancing through the water along the shore, encountered Va body of Rnaalans, also In the water. A flerre fight ensued. Both si .lea were waist deep In tha sea. When tbeRuaaians finally retreated tha water waa literally crim. son. Both aides Inst heavily. During the day several war balloons well out of range were used. In tbe tranches, after they had been captared, v were found many articles of clothing Deal an Through Which C. H. and D. belonging to women and children, mak- -. In to Change Hands. tng it certain that the Rtwslaaa intended their defenses to he permanent. New fork, June I. 'Negotiations are SL Petersburg, Jump I. 2:01 p. m. Tha war office la In poeaeaalon of In- in progress and are expected to ha comto formation which offlchlg declare war- pleted within a few Jay a, according Herald, whereby control of Ihe Cinrants a rontradlrtkm of tha reports, tha A cinnati. Hamilton Dayton railroad, brought by Chlneae fugitive to Che as the Natural Gas route," will Foo, of a four days' land and sea at- known hand. Th syndicate now in tack on Port Arthur and of extensive change control of the Per Marquette system, damage to the forts. Aa official diswill have a powerful If not patch from Admiral Wlttaoeft.. dated probably dominant voire in the kffalre of tha June 7, reports that the enemy has Cincinnati. Hamilton A Dayton. been bombarding Port Arthur Interof Cincinnati, Zimmerman, Eugene not hut does sea. from the. mittently of the largest stockholdmention actions operation from the who ia one in the city several days landaide. The general staff seems cer- ers. has been In prellmlnaris looking participating tain the enemys siege guna have not to the passing of the control of bin v, been up. brought, yet property. Associated with him Is ' Chinese reposts Henry Dlecuwdng the F. Shoemaker, of this city, also Che a member of t the a Foo, brought stockholder. These two men large general idaff said: been in conference with represenhave "We have had our own experience tatives of the Peru. Marquette line. with the unreliability of Chinese reIncidentally It became known that of idea the Tbe of explosion ports the Pere has secured conmines hy a thunderstorm Is absurd and trol of theMarquette Toledo Belt railway, which the Chinese statement that the whole waa built by S. F. Fordyre. Banker ganriaan ba gone to the front is wild have received propositions to buy nonsense betraying the deepest Ignorof bonds on this property, tbs ance of the eondftinna governing the bonds to be Jointly guaranteed by the safeguarding of a fortran. Hie garriHamilton and Dayton and son of each fort never leaves Its post Cincinnati. the Pere Marquette. except to pursue a rented enemy The At Toledo the two big systems will troops contest tng an advance on the connect, and the acquisition of tbe fortress are a few regiments of rifle- Toledo bolt line la eenetflered a valumen which hnve all the time been on able factor. the Kwnng Tung peninsula for this Official of tbe Cincinnati, Hamilton purpose. A Dayton, while admitting that a If It ootnes to the wont the Port change in the control of their properArthur squadron will go out and give ty wee about to he made, refused to battle. At tbe admiralty tha reported confirm th report that th Pore Marscries of the Japan ase warahipa in quette would aboorb It. Tha deal la shelling the coast near Kal Chou will Ukelv to be elcsed ttl weak. be Interpreted. if confirmed, as a demTh Ztmasraan road run through on si rati os to discourage the sending of a rich manufacturing neater ef Ohio a strong force south against General and Indiana lath natural fields ef gu Oku' reap. those states It operate more than The mystification concerning the (30 miles of lino and has a capita! of (16.OM.000 With 915.000.000 of bonded strength of the force sent .south continues. The war office, which reemine Indebtedness in addition. ly Is sot billy advised aa to Kuropat New York. June 9 Tb strike of kin plana says the rommnflr-in-ettet- e ability to detach an edreusta the Amertcsn Hon . coastwise ships force will depend upon tha number of which ie eaid to have been started by troop at Oner) Kurokls disposal, the Atlantic Coast marine Flyemen'a concerning which apparently there la union, seemed to ranae a diversity of no accurate Information here. although opinion today. While the union officials the belief Is that Ihe Japanese com- said that 1.000 men are already out mander has about 41 battalions at and hosts would be unable to rnn. Ihe officials of these lines pra'tlrslly deFeng Wang Cheng and thirty-si- x in the vicinity of Takushsn. The last nied that any strike existed. 1- -9 SUCCEED QUAY Attorney-Genera- NATURAL l Knox In Consulta- tion with Henry Frick on thn Matter. GAS ROUTE : General Bell Gives Explicit Instructions te th Troops in Regard to Riots WILL BB SHOT IF THEY 9. Attorney June Philadelphia, General Knox Joined Henry C. Frick today here, and consulted tiro Republican leader regarding the propoeltton to make him Mr. Quay's successor In the senate. ' This afternoon Mr. Knox and Mr. Frick went to Washington. It in understood they went to conenlt President Roosevelt aa to the advisability of Knox resigning the attorney-generalshto become senator. Should th president advise against auch a couraa. tha belief prevails here that MrKnox will refafn hit cabinet portfolio and that another man. Francis L. Robbins, will be the choice of the lenders Former Attorney - General Elkin. William Flynn and Leader Bigelow of Pittsburg were told of thc agreement, whirh had been reached hy tha Republican lm 1 era and all appeared to ba were satisfied. Elkin and Bigelow told that Governor Pennypacker was willing to appoint any man who was elected by the Republican lenders. ip 00 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A a A A A A A A A A w A A A A Lyons, Colo., June 9. A roar- Ing wall of water swept through A a hugh gap In the dam which A held back the Left Hand rcaer- - A voir covering 35H acres and. A struck terror last night Into tbe A hearts of hundreds in the path of A th flood, from Ward io Lyon. A Th break occurred shortly be- - A fore midnight Mrs. J. J. Wfllla. A living on the hank of Left Hand A creek, was awakened by the A loud roar of water and iffiniedi- - A atelv understood tha eanae. 8h A bad barely time to leave her lit- - A tie cabin and notify John Roney. A telephone operator at Ward, be-- A fore tb wnteA swept away bar A an A Roney sent belonging!. alarm over tbe telephone wire to A all tiro nneb houses an.1. tb rz K, along tb path of tha Scud To A those district which were t provided with telephone euin-munlcation riders were hastily dispatched and residents In the path of the flood fled to higher ground, where they huddled to-stream gather, watching the from which thev had been saved ly Mrs. Willis warning. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa RE- - BIST. speech made Che Foo, June I. Noon Chlneae Arthur from Port arriving to entrance ' the nr that harbor Is still blocked, and large venaela are. unable .to pass In or out boats Gunboats' ' '.and . torpedo ' effect a can passonly age at ; high , tide., Tbe Russians hare nevaral fortified positions between the present posit lone, extaaded for a distance of seven miles out, and under the forts at Port Arthur. Tha Japanese fleet ie 'bombarding Cura Beats Button's Werld Racerd and Port Arthur dally from a rpnalderabls Cauaea Great Exeitsmsnt. distance off afaore. .fearing to attempt of account a closer rang of fire og i danger from Russ lap mine. Tha Chinese when leaving tha town had great New York, June 9. Never, perhaps, difficulty in necuring provisions and in th annals of balk tins Millards haa several Junk which left recently without any food on board, were supplied thare been such an exciting scene aa that witnessed la th match between hy the Japanese cruisers which, slopped M. ; Care and Jacob Schaefer at th them. Tha Russian officials 'have notified Nome Acqur. anyn a dispatch to the the Chlneae that officers who have Herald from Paris. Ths French expert in the second Intreated people of their nationality ning Wednesday evening ran 155 cruelly have been punish ad. Both aides are doing tbalr utmost to points., thus heating by more than a "half ceptury" the record of 300 made earn the good will of th Chinas. A Junk from Takuahaa reporta that by George Sutton when playing a the Ruaeiaa officers who ordered the game with Vlgnaux In the tournament destruction of Chlneae wagnns. ate., be- of 1903. When, after snoring 255 Cure fore that town waa avs coated have flailed to get out of balk, there waa s from hla been punished. gaap of disappointment frlenls. followed by cheering which Che Foo, June 9.- -3 p' . A China- lasted for some minutes. The run man from Port Arthur nnyn that while lasted 33 minutes. the party of Chlneae with which he arrived today were la Port Arthur during the bombardment which took place O on the night of Juno lih, they left at KNOX-Teaat a on harbor 7th for Jnna daylight of that town, where they hoarded Jitnke on Iha following ilay. Consequently they had no opportunity of ascertaining the amount of damage done If any, hy tha bombardment . OR ARRESTED (Continued from rage one. 10, 1904. Hamlin, secretary of the Mine Owners' WILE BE KILLED DO JUNE FRIDAY MORNING, OGDEN, UTAIT. . Victor. June 9. A squad of mounted Infantry haa gone out to- day in pursuit of about fifly-gunion miners, said to be encamped la the Beaver Creek region, eaat of thla city. The troops are ordered to shoot the men when found if they real at arrest. va 9 a 99990999$99999999 Cripple Creek, alune 9. The Cljizena' Alliance determined at a meeting to day that unionism must he banished from the district forever. Attorneys are preparing a document to be peeented to all merchants, business men and other employers of labor for their signatures pledging them to not In (he future employ any one connected with a labor union. Three thousand men and woman will be affected. Cripple Creek, June 9. After a night of Intense excitement due to the battle between strikand troops St ers, ' a small Dunnvills. skirmish on Big Bull hill, and the wrecking of the Victor Record office, matters hnve quieted down in thla military district and it to generally believed the wont Is now over. A question may arise over the Dunn-vll- le battle between authoritlec, as It was fought in Fremont county, and John Curley, who was killed, waa brought to Teller. Dunnville la located 14 milea south of Victor a short distance beyond the border of Toiler county, which alone has been declared to be In a state of Insurrection and rebellion. General Bell'a right to send troops out of the terrtltory which la under martial law la disputed, but he claims authority to do this under a paragraph of tha orders. "It haa been made to appear to me by the sheriff of Teller county, and by other officers of aald county, and citlxens of said county, that there la within tha county of Teller and adjacent thereto, a large number of persons working together and threatening to Join forces In said' Teller county, for the purpose of resisting th state of Colorado, etc. It Is considered remarkable that only one man waa killed In the Dunnville battle. The rant paling forces were about 200 soldiers and deputies under personal command of General Bell, and 65 miners who were secreted behind rock and trees In tha hills. Tha attacking party left Its train and walked through a" harrow canyon into the open gulch where the town of Dunnville iq located and waa subjected to a hall of bullets from tha rocks high above. Probably- - 2.000 shots were fired by both aides, yet only one man waa bit so far aa known. John Carley waa In the timber and was slain bv a steel bullet from th rifle of a man In the firing squad of soldiers. The dirt and rocks, around the feet of the Invaders and the newspaper men who accompanied them, were pitted up aa if a heavy hall atorm was An progress, but there .was not a man who waa touched. . Bullets struck about General Bell . and literally sprinkled hla boots with earth and broken rock, but he waa cool and tfave orders deliberately. He turned to a newspaper man who was standing a few feet away and shouted. Cover up that white vest and take off that Panama!" . These were excellent targets After seven minutes of hot work desultory firing waa kept up for an hour. Finally the soldiers charged up the hills and many of the ambushed men were seen scampering away in all directions. About twenty prisoners were taken. Fourteen who are members of mlners unions were brought to ramp and Imprisoned, th others being released. . General Bell will not call for more droops, believing the two companies now on duty, assisted by the sheriff's deputies, can cope with the small parties of miners scattered among th mountains To queries on thla point. General Bell answers, "See hew those men fought without cover and death singBell ing a boot their eera." General was Informed that men wanted for participating In th rioting at Victor were at Dunnville, and he made the raid for th purpoee of capturing them. Ia the party that went to Dunnville waa Charlra McNeill, manager of the United Slates Reduction and Refining company, whose refusal to grant lu mill man an eight hour day caused ihe Cripple Creek miners' strike. McNeill waa armed with a magazine revolver which he fired frequently hut apparently without hitting anybody. One of the wild chases in the general man hunt that the military is conducting ended In the capture of C. C. Friedly. at the Thompson ranch. Three Friedly brothers, minora, had gone southwest and ai one or them waa suspected of having fired the shot that killed Roxle McGee the military gave chase. C. C. Friedly at flifcit refused to talk, hut the soldiers placed a ropo about hla neck and he then told which way hia brothers and another man had gone. Marshal II. A. Naylor then continued the pursuit to Canon City. C. C. Friert-l- y was brought to Victor and placed In the hull pen. The military commissioners appointed hy General Bell continued to Investigate the records of the prisoners. The understanding la that their work will result In the separation of the prisoner Into two classes, those to be hell on criminal charges and those to he deported. George R. Kyner. proprietor of th Victor Record, whose office snq were wrecked las nisifc by mrb. said today that he would establish a new plant aa soon noasthle and rssm nubliratfon of bis news-eaoe- r. Fa estimate his loaa at M.000. Thftoeh the Record Ns heee the of. flclul rmn of ths maw i ii,m General Bell Issued the following signed statement today regarding tiro raid on the Record office: I cannot be too emphatic In my atcondemnation of this tack. Such action aa this reflects upon the military because martial Jaw prevails As military commander I am solely responsible for the clearing up of this district, and I intend to run down the perpetrators of this crime if it is possible. I am aware that Editor Kyner was bitterly denounced and threatened and accused of selling out when hia editorial appeared asking the Western Federation to call oft the strike. The Socialistic element of the Federation were the onee who took the principal stand In thla thing. However, whoever the perpetrators of the crime may he, they will land in tha bullpen If apprehended. "Do you think that union miners wrecked ytuir office because of your editorial on Wednesday advising that tha strike be called off?" Editor Kyner-waasked today. 1 unquestionably do' not," he re--, plied. "I do not think the editorial waa the cause of thla at all. Wa had hints and rum ora of a plan to wreck tbe office three days ago. before thla editorial waa published. I asked Major Naylor, city marshal, for protection. He waa willing to give It, but aald It to would not he necessary and not frar. Ag a matter of fort the union men agree with the aenllment in my editorial. After Its publication all tBa union men I saw commended my position and many came to me for that special purpose." F. W. Langdon. tha linotype operator af the Record, who waa driven out of th office at. the point of rifles, says that he will not leave the district aa he waa ordered to da . He will send hla family away, however. The other employe of the Record also say they will remain in thla city. WANT REHEARING IN Z. LEITER LEVI DIES AT BAR He. Was one of the Most Prominent of India. Governor-Gener- al s Bar Harbor, Mains June 9. Levi Z. Letter, of Chicago, died of heart failure today at the Vanderbilt cottage here, which the Letters had tafen for the season. Mr. Letter had not been well for a long time, but up to yesterday he waa able to take hla usual drive. A weakness of tiro heart developed shortly after midnight and death occurred at 9:40 a. m. Mrs. Letter and two daughters were by the bedside at th last. Mr. Letter wan 70 years old. Ha was the father of Lady Curson of KAdlea-to- a, wife of the governor of India, of Miss Delay 1 .el ter. whose beauty haa been the subject of note in English court circles, and of Joseph W. Letter, peculator and investor. Aa soon aa it appeared that Ur. Letter waa seriously ill. messages were sent to tha son nnd'.today other members of the fomily were notified of the death. It waa stated today at the cottage that loiter of pending the Joseph Letter the time thV1 eral would not he settled of The Letters are well known have been among the enrol! residents for a number of jeaix. Chicago, June 9.- -lvi Z. on of the most prominent of thfota eer merchants of Chicago. hi. career In thin d.y fo of the dry goods firm & employ Cooley, Wadsworth A C'. ilter Ing a partner In the firm. I 1865, Lelter and ii nrsha.ll vul bought a Amtrolling Interest n the goods business of Potter Palmer firm being one of the most in the west. Letter reiiied fnJ ? dry goods business in iski, isinrs whw time ha haa devoted much of hie Hon to the improvement and meat of hla extensive biislnriTOTn! ertiea and corporation iutereata. ,g ft MOYER CASE. Denver, June 9. Attorneys for the Western Federation of Miners are preparing an application to the state supreme court for a rehearing In th ease of Charlee M. Moyer, who la held aa a prisoner at Tellurid hy order of Governor Peabody. Explaining the supreme court'e recent decision refusing the order for Moyers release on habeas corpus writ, Attorney General Miller haa aald the court merely decided that the governor haa supreme right to say when a county Is iaa atato of Insurrection, that hla decision la not subject to Inquiry hy any branch of the government, and ttyU the governor, acting within hla authority, may arrest a participant and delay him during the Insurrection. The power to declare martial law and suspend the writ of habeas corpus, he aye, has not been' granted. . CONSOLIDATE PACKING PLANTS. Kansas City, Ma. June 1. The National Packing company haa absorbed the Ruddy Brothers' Packing company, whose plant la in Armourdnle, Kan- a. It ia aald the consideration, wae about (500,000. The Ruddy Brothers' company employs 180 men and . the dally slaughtering capacity , la 250 cattle, 500 hoga and 800 aheap. , Krag-Jorgenae- n Cambridge, Maas., 'June 9. Charles L. 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