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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 May 1905

ii y SSSBSSOKSSa. Why Not Pnint I I t. . SUk l 1 I TMEt MKBXflS jjw, ,vt , iSneaSyreBtfti Ii ' 7 ' '-mmm' TiOi'i frsf? "j- liocjp -w5 . &!f Of f 1 Trt iottl tneivdnotMfft miao- tl ., Ert'lfK-t2 OJ ft fcaJ a-su'UJiJ!.' io: -of -U jrl 0. L. Shannon Bolls tho Best Ready Durant fjT .wH wm ,ufarf .. I "i""i""""""""""""""l"W-WW MHBIWHBSWaiWtji - g-"'- n.M.. !Tw. H -'If Bud Mb; Caddo W .iT .. Mrs Colli $Mav UH UI mifftlAvIifJrrf tJ.brt4-4I1yiflijU ,.,.w...;;,.u1.i,Jc ing Airs, noraoe Marshall. "iJaatfli ,-hmiIib n .isarrd ol msyj T wyn&hj all SotaUntmuia V.rrTV&tan 4.jftv neasy rests the head o man who has no storm house hlSjfamlly. oy(9rWflB'VU3 worle umMKAMgre o few weeks ago. at this morYilng to lecture at Blue &M HlirriQ' onhrtrt hmiaA lyjjttB , I ' ''if J? J. Affair" HfirT vjifalnns Ml er ncr. .c w x" r '.I'ii, 1 fT.3A4vi..nYf AV?1.t. W T3 ..!. -,- --W7 IJ'NgWBW'iW;uWAB.Ii hefc 1 M vtM W V. Hiku... w Mu".i.rr5"T jv-"""""" J AitfAi lUftttM.ceHerairorcanizlr ot tne lnMah...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 May 1905

I t I ' I & H r i-'i PM F? EXTRA. tVESSION ENDS. Twtnty Ninth legislature Wlnda Up II utlnatt Sunday Morning. Austin, May 15, At IS: 10 o'clock Saturday night the house adopted tht report cf the free conference commit' tee,on the general election bill. The senate adopted It two hours and ten minutes before. Both houses took a re cess until 9 o'clock Sunday morning For the third time Senator Willacy was" elected president pro Uemf of th seriate, receiving twenty votes to' rtv for Kuulk. Employes of the senaU presented Mr. Willacy a handsome Jew eled handled umbrella. A resolution was adopted In thehous by a Ante of eighty-seven to fourteen, four not voting, Indorsing Speaker Sea bury ap a fair, Impartial and cffcctlvi presldng offcer. One behalf of the wives of the mem ber of the legslature at Austin Mr O'Bryan presented to the little son ol Representative George W. Barcus and wife of Waco a beautiful silver cup. The little boy was born at Austin during the session, and his entry...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 May 1905

ta Vf f 1' f If. LA f ALVA SMfTH UD1Y UImIT - -" WW gtiek of Dynasaite WWch He KW Ignited ExpltHrM in His Hil; t . EMTWE ARM UIWN AWAY OaeviEyfi Blown Out and the 'Other Injured He Also Re- ceived Other Wounds and May Lose His Life. Caddo, May ll.AlVa Smith, a , young man who resides in Denison, -was the viotim of a ter rible dynamite explosion yester day whioh tore off one of his arms. Smith was at Caddo, I. T., visiting his father. He had started to 'Synakfte astrcam for fish. One of the stioks of the explosive wont off in his hand and the entire arm was torn away. Smith was formerly a fireman on the Katy out of Denison. Later he tan a &witoh engine at Dallas. but left the service a few weeks ego. He has just recov ered from a sovere illness and it is feared is not in condition to stand the groat shook he received. Jt is learned that Smith's right hand was blown off and his loft eye torn out. The right eye wa3 also injured and the doctors do not believe tbo sight can be saved ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 19 May 1905

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Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 May 1905

'o r rir& jm r a k tw .v i n .r w r k p a-v i u i? u Ills ' ' I i' f.' .1- Volwm iiJxi. Clf Jfl WILL OBSERVE DECORATION DAY Grand Army and Confederate Veterans Will Jointly Rooog- nize Memorial Day. INTERESTING PR06RAM ARR AIMED Will Gather at Local' Cemeterioa and Pay -Homage -to-Dead Soldiers by Decorating-- -Their Graves. The Grand Army veterans and the Confedrate veterans and their sons and daughters1 of Durant and Vicinity will jointly observe Decoration Day on Tuesday, May 30, and appropriate servioes will be carried out. Following is the program of the day: Call to order at Clark's Chapel, northeast Durant, at 10 a. m. Address by C. C. Hatohott. Song by ohildren, band accom paniment, "Nearer My God to Theo." Reoitation, "The Blue and the Gray," Miss Rose Patterson. Song, "America," by ohor,us of young ludies, band accompani ment. ' Procession will therTform at ohapel and maroh to the old cem etery whero the graves of the old soldiers will be decorated. Procession will nex...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 May 1905

(J v w rAx.-X.C.;-. iu , . .-a. . w bc j, ,.-vtjj5ar-i .fjSft.ute .6Wirvs,ti Pt&&4S&k.- v J J rr, -a - -- ,'J I ! if i I J l , B ( 1 J IV ,' Hi fcl'T Bi.'r- i ll I K The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PA iTL L I Editor and Proprietor N R. HIMER GLENN, Assistant Editor. OKco of Publication, Nortb. Avenue, Durant, I. T, Third Entered at tho Postoffico at TDurant as Bocond Class Moll Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. One Year....- Six Months Threo Months- $1.00 .50 .25 DAH.T EDITION. Dally by Mail, One Year Daily by Mail, Sir Months Daily by Mall Threo Months. Dally Delivered, Per Month.. . $3.50 1.85 1.00 .40 Subscribers desiring tho address of their papers changed will ploaso givo both tho old and now addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., MAY 26, 1005 INFIDELS IN SOCIALI8M. In reply to the defense of W. E. Farmer's lecture on last Sun day, published in Wednesday's paper, will say that my asser tion was, that in the oities and oDuntries where Socialism was .well estab...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 May 1905

ii --. m ".-tju VrMvIl aTlWl wwmTW i iffil Schooldays t4 . m i am Hma n w s v -.- .By 444'44" f'ff"t"titn rintf fWe the martyr and the hare of the I ffcnnr It.. I.nrroi, tn hMnluu- Taotr mmt t "unmercifully .iInBiP?rfri,iir win. ,!' ilck. tpnmt. Ing: ""Out of my kouset Out of my house!" "Oet put of yourjiouse." said Jack, ' rurinlng"away to escape the flagella tion. "You're out of your mind. Jack fled through the yard gato and got Into the road It was early In the morning of a bright, cold day. The door slammed heavily behind blni, and wan double locked. Without looking back Jack was trudging saanfully along when he heard his namo called. Turn Ing-round he saw that several of bis schoolfellows bad mounted the wall, and were waving their caps In the air. "Goodby, Jack," they 'said. "Oood luck to you! Goodby. Goodby." Touchod by this expression of good wlll'be wae his tiandi Jack was nit at all sorry to get awy from suck a place as Pomona House. Bui he was Indignant at the way In whic...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 May 1905

samamSSSSSSSS- ......n,-.'An fl , n . in Hto)L)u j llU11 MHaaiawaiiiiiirHriHta sag i iiiium vuimkmmn wmtiTi.)i(hwh H V-Jifom ,-' :7A'.n"r i. ife Fifty Years A. ' BSbTbBBTBI ftV BIBlBk. .fc, b.BbbTbb bWbTbt bW nvn iff. iiGKF &, 0s?T '4 BAKING POWDffl tf.- Madi from pure cream of tartar derived from grapes, J PRIC3K BAKING POWDER CO- CHICAGO. A, The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLIN Editor and Proprietor. R.HIM.ER GLEN.N, 'Assistant Editor. Office of Publication, North Avenue, Durant, I. T. Third Entered at the Postoffice at Durant as Second Class Mail Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY, One Year .. Bix Months Three Months.. $1.00 ... ,.50 .. '.25 DAILY EDITION. Daily by Mail, One Year Daily by Mail, Six Months Daily by Mail Three Months Daily Delivered, Per Month.... $3.50 1.85 LOO .40 Subscribers desiring the address of their papers changed will please give both the old and new addresses. Telephone No. ?i. DURANT, I. T MAY 6, 1005 IS NOT PRACTICABLE. The News is a little disap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 May 1905

j!tjj3s,-;; - t . S' 1 D Why Not Paint THAT HOUSE It Needs It Badly It Will Preserve r, the. House and Help Its Appear ance. 0. L Shannon Sells tho Best Ready Mixed Paint. Durant Gossip From Saturday's Dally. - A bunoh of ten negro orap ehootors were arrested and fined at Caddo this woek, netting the town 00.60. Dr. W. W. Pafford, a dentist of Jdabell, died last Sunday of hy drophobia. He .was bit on tho hand by a rabid dog last July. J. Blair Shoenfelt is an appl icant for the attorneyship of tho I Seminole nation at a salary of l$5000ayear. Special Inspector JenkinB of Washington has returned to the Indian Territory and will do some 7ork in the Choctaw and Chick asaw nations. The Murrow Orphans' Homo at Ltoka has been quarantined igainst on account of a number bf pupils being ill from a light form of variloid. Tho potato orop, which is going o be enormous, will soon be eady for shipment. Here is a rood ohanoe for some of the town tafers to earn an honest dollar r two. Judge W. H. ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 May 1905

iff si !' k 1' M's v ill (f !; n t i n t- K I if i m tir 1 m MrS I y '?' ?!X wui lU riBCKS. OIL OEVELOTMKNT. Was Lying on the Track and KflM Nearly four Mllllom Berreb Monthly Did.Not 8m Htm. n Taxaa-Loultlan DMrlot. Cooper, Tex., Mar !. Yed Crowdet Rattlmore, May J. Though the seit of this place and Dave ,W1ckerhin .ol satlou over the discovery of petrdUrum Craig- Prairie, both young unnrarrtej n Texas lias subsided, hardly a month men, obtained a horse and buggy from passes without son" Interesting dev I aillvery stabla and drove to Mount Joy, upmriit In that Held TV latest, told In, ths csnty. where the horse gavtj n aprclal correspondence to the Mah out. They then abandoned the horst lecturers' Record. Is at Dayton, mid- and buggy and went about a mite on the Texas Midland railroad and pro ceeded up the road toward Howland. The northbound local freight ran over Wlckeraham a short distance south ot Howland and cut Ms body to pieces He was lying on the track, and was not n until t...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 May 1905

' in. coi .ssti intc )ffic 1QE r is.o iou 3asc ,hwi or-a to- phef P men t A Va estl crM arg mtrl iing tilt. e. iraes 1- MUM TERRITORY Muskogee, I. T., May 22. Sat ay Judge Raymond made a pion in the court hern that Kill be startling to foreign corpo rations doing business in Indian erntory. The case was that of tho T. H. fogers Lumber Co., whtoh had Irought a suit against A. 8. Mc- Kao for collection for material iat they had furnished for a fouse built by the defendant, hey had Hied a lien on the l-oporty and some of the money id tjeon paid. The suit was to iacure the balance. When tho iso came to trial tho attorney It tho defense raised the point I mi tne T. H. Kogers Luniber ( is a foreign corporation do ' U..-t- i tj m ;. it5 uuoiuuib in xuuiau rerriiury id that the plaintiff had failed show that tho coporation had pened an office and maintained general manager at South Mc- TRIBAL, TAX APPEALED. eek Nation Case Goes to the United States Supreme Court. Muskogee, I. T., May 20. In...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 26 May 1905

! , Li 1 ijy rc& I J-.1W pWOFESSJONAL GARDST TT rveJT- an. 2 G. M. RUSHING, M. Tt Surgery and Eyoj Ear, .Nose and Throat. , S Office Phono, 129; Residence, 277 .at DRi -J. J. STEPHENS, 4 PhyBioian and Surgeon, CHronio Disoasoa a Specialty. Room 4, over Chio.-Choo. Bank. Office phone, 32; Rsidenoe, 32. dr; jas. l. shuler, Physioian and Surgeon. Rooms 15 and 10 Stevena-Harlo Building.; Office phbno, 74; Rosidonce, 37. Or. T. L. Crissman PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Diseases of women and children a specialty, offico over the Corner Drue Store. Offico phono 85; Residence 110. Dr. W. L. Kendall PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Catls Promptly Answored. Offico Ritchoy Building. Resldenco Phono No. 40. J. C.TERRELL, ML l. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offico In News Building. Offico Phone 3, Residence Phono 39. DR. J. E. COYLE PHYSICIAN &SURGEON Offico OTor Cornor Drug Storo. Resi dence corner JLivo Oak and 5th Avenue. Qosidenco Phono ICO. , DR. J. A. HUnPHREY PRACTICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROA...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 June 1905

"5 IT" M lHI .,s if J Volume XI. DURAJfT, CHOCTAW NATION, INDIAN TERRITORY, FRIDAY, JUNE, 2, 1905. Number 22 Pit .. L r-v -W ji utant peeian Uf WaJ e kBik a j t WW iVVlUU K g f CYCLONE ft Bargains in Men's. Boys' and Children's g Spring and Summer CLOTHING : For Ten Days Only 2 We are overstocked on Spring and Summer Clothing, Sm tho season is late and we are going to turn the whole line loose at prioes that will shake the earth and wipe w competition off the gtobe. The goods-must go. They will m go ana go r,gst at tne prioew -we hivj pui. uu uisun mj 'Heroes where we use ine Men's two-pleco, high grado, will go aL..-.. Mob's two-piece Suite nobby $6.50. In Hub eaie at Men's Suits, two-piece, all-wool, $7X0, will go at .Men's Salts, two-piece, extra good worth $8.60, yours for only- Men's Suits, the very best all-wool worth $10.00. take thorn for . 60 Men's Suits.nothiBgto equal them in the town, 3-plece worth $12.00, go at , 2 ...-. ....5.j... 400 pairs of high-grado Summer Pants, ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 June 1905

V If uA ? J- ECS . it nifjlW ,,$, . Jt The DurantwSUy flews flW, LE WHAT w rs PfA U L L I N Editor and Proprietor. R. HIMER GLENN, Assistant Editor. Office of Publication. North Third Avenue, Durant, I. T. Entered at tho Postofficc at Durant as Second Class Mall Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. One Year $1.00 Bix Months .BO Threo Months .. .25 DAILY EDITION. Daily by Mail, One Year $3.60 Daily by Mail, Six Months 1.85 Dally by Mail Three Months 1.00 Daily Delivered, Per Month . .40 Subscribers desiring the address of their papers changed will please giro both the old and new addresses. Telephone No. 71. DURANT, I. T., JUNE 2, 1905 WHAT SHALL IT BE. Soon the two territories of Ok lahoma and Indian Territory will be mado into anew state, and we will have another Btar in Old Gl6ry and over one and one-half million people will be granted the right of freo men to make suoh a constitution for our government as ehall be fair to all interest, and a bulwark of protection to the weak an...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 June 1905

V 1 V" CT ' ! it MI ilitit4til4f "- . . . AA....j.iAIiIIIXAXXIIIIYTrTTTYT iiinmimnnn y'f'fy'f whit1? 'I'TWtwj'it yii'iW'Xi H "Hi TtltttlTtT' Jack Harkaway's Schooldays i By BKAGEBRIDGE HEMYNG H mM!ft HFITftTtttl'tttt "you?' sirnrfimiiy. "Yes, or clio old Scratchley won't pay uis Dill, nnd lies corae for the money, Fancy the old duffer coming here! Well, I like his cheek!" "Didn't you like the school?" "I didn't object to the ichool. The fellows behaved stunningly to me. Col. llnson wns n cock, and all the sixth were bricks when t was chained up. Hunston was the only skunk. Il's Crawcour himself I don't care about." "Would you llkeo go back?" "Now I've got a mother and a father ana a good home, perhaps he wouldn't make a set at mo as be did beforo. If he did, I could easily stop It, and I can tell you my name would soon be walk' er. Where Is old Fireworks Craw cour. I mean?" "In the drawing room," "I must give him a turn before hs ioes. Ho mustn't come here without knowing that your ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 June 1905

'4 K v, w n,N J Fifty Years the Standard till If BAKING POWDIR Madi from pure cream of tartar derived from grapes. PRICK BAKING POWDER CO CHICACA The Durant Weekly News LEWIS PAULLI Editor and Proprietor. N R. HIMER GLENN, Assistant Editor. Office of Publication, North Third Avenue, Durant, I. T. Entered at the Postoffico at Durant as Second Glass Mail Matter. Terms of Subscription. WEEKLY. One Year Six Months Three Months- $1.00 .50 .25 DAILY EDITION. Daily by Mall, One Year $S.50 Daily by Mail, Six Months 1.85 Daily by Mail Three Months 1.00 Daily Delivered, Per Month .40 Subscribers desiring the address of their papers changed will please give both the old and new addresses. Telephone No. 71. News' Traveling Agent. R. Himer Glenn is the travel ing representative of The Durant NewB and is authorized to solicit and receipt for flubsoriptions, printing and advertisements for this paper. Any courtesies shown him will be appreciated on be half of the News. Lewis Paullin". Proprietor. ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 June 1905

r.- v. IV VI Fishing is Free in all the streams and lakes about Durant and there are plenty of fish, too since the big rains. The waters are alive with the finny tribe and the angler will have a time, provided he goes fixed for the event. And here's whero wo come in. Our line of fishing ta"kle s most complete and up-to-date and you are sure of making the catch of your life if you let, us attend to the tackle busi ness. You can hunt all over town and you wont find any store so well pre pared to cater to t,hose who like to cr.st the hooks into the waters. 0. L Shannon The Drug Man. Durant Gossip From Friday' Dally. R. E. Sawyer, the Bokohito banker, was in the city last night. Solpmon Homer was down last afternoon from Caddo on busi ness. 8. W. Metoalf of Albany was in the city this morning on busi ness. NW. 8. Gardner whs in the city this morning from Bokohito on business. W. R. Collins returned last night from a business trip t Kiowa and Wapanuoka. Miss Lula Townsend ariived home to...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 June 1905

7 1. i i 1 i t 3 v. i mr?sW AFTER MUCH. Jeremiah Fitrpatrlok Demands Resti tution of a Large Amunt. , New York. May it Jeremiah Fits Patrick of Brooklyn) formerlyl an ex tensive glass manufacturer, with large Interests hern and n western Pennsyl vania, brought suit against his' son.' . mi.ii James, and the latter', wife for restl- Cyclone Totally tutlon of over $1,000,009 In bonds, se-' curltles and realty, which he claims had been wrongfully taken from him. An attack of the bitterest tin tun- was made by the father on th 'son and daughter-in-law Vor five days past th country home of the son, at New Suffolk, L. I., had been barricaded against the fruitless efforts of process servers from this city to serve Mr. and .i Mrs. Fltzpatrlck with summons In the ault. The siege was abandoned when the service papers were accepted by counsel. The father retired seven years ago and turned over his business to Jamts, to whom he gave the power of attorney. He now charges that at least $1,000,000 ...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 June 1905

(. -Li. i A, j U i V J$m, K The Direct and Scenic Line . . . BETWEEN . . . St. Louis and Gulf of Mexico ... I S V I A Texas Midland Railroad $ r ... In Connection With HOUSTON . . . AND .,!,'' FRISCO SYSTEM' (Via Paria and Ennia, Texas.') "' fa forming oloso connection in Union Stations, at intorno 2 Sleepers through without chango-between Houston Jftid' 2? J St. Louis. Cafe oars meals 'a la carte and Harvey "5J qft Jjiuuig nuumt tiro uunvuiuuuuy uiuviuuu uji ruuie. -;gp .49 For rates, train schedules and sleeper- reserva- '.' tto ? tions, apply to any ticket agent, or address; J ' 4? F. B. McKAY, General Passenger Agent, & J Terrell, Texas. ' jj J 49 9" :.S ' tt AND TEXASXENTRAt R'Y. to to to to to to to to to to - - ..-..- t . . . , ifawayj nnajfs slJJi; ftt, larcre. rUifiouRh uiuuu npuneu irom mm, nna the Of ficers think they will find Mm. BLAKE STRICKEN. '-TENSION TR 1 t IGood Reading si g FOLLOWING IS THE I CLUBBING LIST RATES w .... OF THE .... DURANT WEEKLY NEWS. x? The D...

Publication Title: Durant Weekly News
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Durant weekly news. — 2 June 1905

t ' A L f mmm i i rmwr , , J'l. fmiim tn$W&KM&P TM0U8MT ESCAPED. Several Russian 8ilps May Have Set Away Fram Thalr Pursuers. 8t. Petersburg. May 31. A long cl phe rdlspatch reached tSmperor Nicho las during Monday night, but Its con tents had not been made public up to no noon Tuesday It was unofficial dally atated that several fast Russian ahlps succeeded In shaking off thulrl pursuers and reach Vladivostok. The government Is now In poMesslon or lit1 own version of the naval disaster Sat i unlay and Sunday In the Straits of Korea. Nevertheless, It appears to hci In a quandary as how to break tv news to the country. A war council tate(lt reporU from vice Admiral Togo wa held at Tsarskoe-Selo at which thej llp to mWlIKnt Tuesday night, sent to emperor urged the Issue of an imperial hl8 government, the loss of the Rus manifesto. So far as tho newspapers . . .. , . , ' are concerned, the publlo might believe 8lans ln Bh,pa ,unk or Ptrcd num that nojestvensky achtoved a victory...

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