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BOERS WIN VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
BOERS WIN VICTORY British Garrison Attacked and the Killed and Wounded Number 174. CHINA TERMS PLEASING I'estivitl Day for Queen Willielinina—.Manila Court of Inquiry—Other Foreign News. London, May 31.—0n tho anniversary of Lord Huberts' entry into Johannesburg the country has .been startlod by tho leciipt of news of despetnto fighting and hwivj British losses within forty miles of the Gold Reef City. Tile hattlo of Vladfontcin, on the Dur-ban-Johannesburg railroad, reported by Loid Kitchener today, i&gt;» tho mast serious engagement since Gen. Clement's reverse at .Magallcsburg. It shows Gen. Delearcv lb In no way daunted by tho capture of eleven of his guns by Gen. Bubiugtou sl\ weeks ago. The garrison of Vladfontein, apparontlj largely composed of yeomanry. bad 171 men jiut out of action That their assnllautß came down lo close quartets and buffered heavily Is shown by the number of dead left on the fluid. ' The dispatch from Lord Kitchener, dated Pretoria, May 30. !« as...
POWERS ARE PLEASED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
POWERS ARE PLEASED. Pekin, May 31.—China's unconditional acceptance of 4:&gt;0,000,000 tools as indemnity to be paid the powers has caused great satisfaction among tile foreign ministers, as it only leaves, practically, a few minor details to compluto the negotiations. , ' i ! The phrase in the Joint note, "to the satisfaction of tho powers," may eauso some delay in tho ovacuation of Chinese territory, ns the ministers fail to see how* China can guarantee the pavmeut and ns all mlnislcls believe it would bo a mistake lo ha\o a largo body of foreign officials collecting levenue. Were the revenue thus collected over 2,000 otllcials would be required and the aggregate salaries of those men would be very huge, and amount to more than the ordinary Chinese "*3quee7e." Tho majority of the ministers now* fa■vor raising the customs to 10 per cent, Inking 3.000,000 tnols yearlv from Llkin t«\. This method would give, after tho pavment of interest on foreign debtp now* existing, nbout ...
GERMANY TO RECALL TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
GERMANY TO RECALL TROOPS. Berlin, May 31.—1t is repotted that Count Yon Buolow desires the recall, as soon as possible, of even the mixed brigode, which for the time belns remains iu China. As, however, the number ot men con only Mfc kept %\ Uh the colors until autumn, a relief of 1,000 men will probably have to bo sent out. It is regarded as certain that a proposal has been made in regard to the new commander in chief of the allied tloops. The present subject of discussion between the powers Is the question of Indemnity. The proposal which enjoys the most favur la that of Germany and England, as a Chinese loan would probably be taken up in America, which Is undesirable.
SOLDIERS LEAVING CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
SOLDIERS LEAVING CHINA. Tein Tsin, May 31.—General Cummins, with the last, of his brigade, left for India today. A number of officers are filling the hotels. Many of these are Germans who are about to len\o China. All the sick tire being shipped away. Eighteen transports ure at Taku, and more aro expected.
QUEEN'S FESTIVAL DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
QUEEN'S FESTIVAL DAY. Berlin, May 31.—Queen Wilhelmina and her husband, the Prince of the Netherlands, witnessed tho emperor's review of 'he Berlin garrison today. Tho queen afterwards drove to the royal castle with the empress, the emperor riding at the head of tho First Guard's regiment, with the Prince of tho Netherlands ion his Hfiht hand. On returning tho procession wns met on Unter den Linden by tho chief burgomaster, the city officials and a baud of twenty-four white-robed maidens. The burgomaster presented an address to Queen Welhelmina and handed her a bouquet of flowers of the Netherland colors—red, white and blue. The queen replied with a few remarks of thanks.
RIOTERS ATTACK POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
RIOTERS ATTACK POLICE. London, May 31.—According to a dlspatch received from St. Petersburg today It appears that the conflict at Alexandrovsky, In the vicinity of St. Petersburg, between the strikers at tho Obuchott Iron works and the authorities, May 20 when about 3,500 rioters attacked the police, had much more serious results than were admitted in the police of the affair issued May 21. It was then said that after twelve of the police had been injured they were re-inforced by soldiers, who fired three volleys, killing two men and wounding seven. The relatives of the strikers declare that forty of the men were killed and that 150 others were wounded. A reliable witness says he saw four van loads of wounded persons covered with blood and another spectator declares he saw two tug loads of wounded taken to the hospital.
MUTINY OF BELGIAM TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
MUTINY OF BELGIAM TROOPS. BniPsell. Mll y extraoidinnry ' C ° o «*rred In Antwerp yesterday, *ncn mutinous chic guardsmen paraded singing tho "Marseillaise." nVoleei th i C i,J 0l! S? hfld t0 bo cu,led In t0 troop? onicora rrora the revolting been frict 'on some time. rimanS. i J lBht «? a P»I«. mid when rep- " r wh„ a l w , doiQ E "o Insulted tho offlmlnlfilerotl lhf * reprimand. Tho •oArad"; hr W nf ftrre ! ,ted - thereupon his "ircor« B( , roke ra , nh8 ' h00t(il1 at their &lt;rtv on tfc proceedt '(l to demolish propM ,l,,VJ h e p««d(» ground with the butt ,.? r / lflea - Subsequently they "»«ueu tho streets Hjuglo?.
SOLDIERS REPRIMANDED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
SOLDIERS REPRIMANDED. Manna. May 3i- T he' ro'sult of the liZ r , C °!! rt ° f luo - u,r &gt;' Is l * a t both li.mV r r? fa . ncH C * Goodrell and Col. , Mrtlmpnd-i' i "S 0 hav « bwn severely &lt;-*to'\\hL b £ ncar Adm,ral dodgers. *ue inarin? » b P en . orderpd to command warlu 6 brigade and Cochrane has been ordered to the United States.
WILL FIGHT A DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
WILL FIGHT A DUEL. Paris, May, 31.—This election of Edmund Uoslnnd to tho academy yesterday, almost brought about Indirectly a duel between Maui 100 Bornhardt and Luclon Muhfeld, 'the well known Parisian dramatic critic. Muhfeld had an article in ..the Gaulols opposing M. liostund In a »ny that her son deemed offensive. Bernhardt sent Ills socoudß to Muhfeld and there was a meeting of ropiosontnmos of both sides today. After a consultation the seconds deckled that Bernhardt'!, interpretation of tho allusion was not Justified and that there was no giound for a duel.
REJECTS THE RESIGNATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
REJECTS THE RESIGNATIONS Gmoriior II 111 ,\nt Allow Soulli Carolina beuatoiH to yalt. Columbus, s, C, May 31.—Gov. McSwoeney rejected tho resignations of Senators Tillman and SlcLaurln to give them time to consider their actions. Gov. McSwoonej's letter refusing to accept the resignations of Senators Tillman nnd McLaurln is in part us follows: "I respectfully return your leslgnnlions that sou may tm\u more time for serious consideration of tho effects upon tho people of this state of this action on jour pan. The cominitslon which roti hold, is the highest compliment 'Jiid testimonial which tho peoplo of the state can pay to ono of Us cltl/dns. it Is puss ble that jou have taken this step hastily. In tho heat of debate, without duo reflection of the consequences to the people who have so signally honored Jou." It was only last year, that our peoplo had the excitement and turmoil Incident to n campaign and In another \enr we will he In the uiidot of further political strife The people...
FINE HOME FOR AGED JEWS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
FINE HOME FOR AGED JEWS Association Gets the Needed Funds to Begin Building at Chicago. Chicago, May 31.—Success has crowned the efforts of the Beth Moshav Z'Keinim Jewish association to secure funds to begin building the Orthodox Home for aged Jews In-tho city. With the 520,000 which on Tuesday night Abraham Simmer of Waverly. In., subscribed, to tho Institution and the $15,000 realised at tho ba-zaar-in Medlnah Temple last fall, the dlicctors In charge of tho movement feel safe in beginning tho work or erecting the institution early next month. The Moshav Z'Keinim society was organized in November, 1899, tor the purPose of building the home. Tho presence of aged and homeless persons whose religious convictions are such that they would sooner starve than partake of food not prepared in accordance with tho Jewish ritual made tho establishment of a kosher home for agod Jews In tills city a necessity. Within ono year tho society purchased a site for the home, for $5,500, in Ogden aven...
DOES NOT GAIN STRENGTH [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
DOES NOT GAIN STRENGTH Mrs. McKinley Extremely Weak - No Bulletin Issued Last Night. Washington, May 31.—The physicians Mho aio in nttondanco on Mrs McKinley after a consultation this afternoon, Isbued Iho following. Mrs. McKinley is recovering from the fatigue of tho trip. Tllo illness from which she was suffering in San Francisco still continues, though in less intense form. She is still feeble and cannot he considered out of danger. Her progress will no doubt be blow but improvement is looked for. (Signed.) p. m. RIXEY. m d, a. m. STERNBERGER, m.d , w. W. JOHNSON. M D. Mrs. McKinley failed to show any Improvement during the day, and tonight her condition was repotted unchanged fiom tho status given in tho bulletin issued during the morning Ono gra\e feature in her case is the fact that she continues extremely weak and fulls to gain In strength. No bulletin was Issued tonight and none will be until after the consultation ot the physicians tomorrow. '
Teachers for Philippines. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Teachers for Philippines. Washington, May 31.—Orders have boon given by the war department to fit up tho transport Shot man as a teacher transport with accommodations for 123 female and 100 or COO male teachers The \essel will sail from San Francisco early in Jul;. The accommodations, nro to as comfortable as possible. Tho femalo teachers- will occupy the llrbt cabin state rooms and other comfortable parts of the ship and the men will be accommodated on tho troop deck* with special accommodations conduct* e to their comfort. The teachers appointed bj Prof. Atkinson, superintendent of public instruction at Manila, who lu\o not already sailed, are expected to make a\cry cnort to complete their arrangements to leach San Francisco la time to bo booked for tailing *on tho Sherman. Should that transport mit be prepaied In time, owing to tho present strike, either tho Thomas or the Logan will bo substituted and /a transport loaded with teachers will ore long be nflont for our distant eabte...
Loomis will Not Return. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Loomis will Not Return. Washington, May 31.—1t Is officially admitted that Minister Loomis will not return to Venezuela. There are two reasons for" this decision. In the first place, Loomls has suffered In health at his uncongenial post, and In the sicoml plact*, the president Is not disposed to uxposu him again to the merciless attacks that he hah suffered in Venezuela us the result of the execution of the ordtrs of the state department. Loomls, who is now in Europe, seeking to recuperate, will bo another diplomatic position as soon as a suitable place can be found In the meantime, Mr. Russell will remain in charge of the United Stales legation at Caracas lor a neriod of time not jet determined upon, but likel.* to be Pxed by the attitude of the Venezuelan government. v
A MOB HANGS FOUR THIEVES [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
A MOB HANGS FOUR THIEVES California Residents Deal Summary Vengeance on Father and Three Sons. STRUNG UP TO A BRIDGE After Having 1 Been Taken From the ' Authorities—Hud Been Arrested lor tlie Crime:). Alturas. Cal., Ma&gt; 31.—Cahln Hall and his three sons, Frank, Jim and Martin and Dan Yantis, who have been stealing horses for jenis, were aireßled jcsteiday ami guarded bj three officers. A mob of forty mnsckd men took them at 1 o'clock this moinlug and hung them to a bridge near lookout. Tho officers were overpowered and compelled to help. The mob dispel sod within iho minutes The bodies woiu still hanging at 10 a m Sheriff Street and tho dlstllct attorocj ha\o gone to tlie scene of the hanging. Lookout, the scene of the !&gt;nch!ng, Is In tho Hot Spring!, Valley, on Put. river, twentj-fl\e miles from Alturas, the counts seal of Modoc county. There is no teleglaphic communication with the \nlley and thu news of the Iynching was biought to Alturas by couriei. Partic...
THE CRIMES COMMITTED. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
THE CRIMES COMMITTED. The men lynched have been suspected of pott&gt; stealing for some time. Lust Satuidny tiiey were arrested for stealing barbed wire, pieces of humess and some hay forks A search wanunt was issued and the harness and forks wete found In the houses of llall and Yuutis, who vero taken into custody and brought to Lookout, where they were being held awaiting examination. Other searches wore instituted and dishes and table linen which hud been tukon tiom clothes lines were louud hidden on the premises of the suspected patties. Tho charge against the elder llall was petty larceny, for stealing folks, huncc he was allowed to go about on his own tocognUance. His trlul was to have tujten place this morning, Tho charges against tho otheis was burglary and th»*li examinations had been set for June 3. They were hold in custody us they were unable to furnish bail. Pending examination tboy were being guarded by Constable Caipentir, nsalssted by three deputies. Two of t...
WORK OF THE MOB. [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
WORK OF THE MOB. This morning a mob inrioutly estimated nt from lhlity to llfty people, suddenly made thcli appeiiiance at the hotel and pointing their guns at tho two olllceis on guiiid commaniloil them to onsen u silence while thoy secured tho ilvo prlaonerh The&gt; placed ropes around their necks mid dragged 11 em toward a bridge iibiib crosses Ihe l'ltt rlior. Thc&gt; compelled the two guards to accompany them Prank Hall, It is said, made sllth u stiong resistance that the mob hanged him bofoie reaching tho bridge under a small bridge crossing tho deep slough. Tho others were taken to the main bridge and Cahin Hall, the father, nab hanged on the north side, while y.iritis and tho other Hull boys wore hauged on the south side of the bildge. As soon as the lynching was discovered word was telegraphed to the district attorney and sheriff at Altuias, and they, together with the coroner, are now on the way to the scene of tho tragedy to hold an Inquest. ,
Rostand as an Immortal [Newspaper Article] — Daily Pantagraph — 1 June 1901
Rostand as an Immortal Paris, May 31.—After six ballots Edmond Rostand. editor of "Cyrano do Bergerac," and "L'Aigion," was today elected a member of the Fiench academy, and is now one of the Forty Immortals, the youngest e\cr chosen. Ho succeeds the Due do Rtoglle, who died last January. The other vacancy caused by the death of Henry de Bournier was tilled by the election of Marquis de Vogue. \ M. Rostand was elected on the sixth ballot, and then only by a majority of one \otc Ills competitor was Frederick Masson, author of "Life or Napoleon," Paul Deschanel, president of the chamber of deputies, voted foi Masson for ll\e ballots and was then called away to preside over the chamber. On the sixth ballot Rostand lecuived 17 votes, Masson 11, while two ballots were blank. M. Rostand's election is largely duo to the Inlluenee of Sarah Bernhardt, who worked act Holy In his behalf.