Santa Fe New Mexican

September 03, 1904

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Issue date: Saturday, September 3, 1904

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Pages 1 - 8 of the Santa Fe New Mexican September 3, 1904.

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - September 3, 1904, Santa Fe, New Mexico SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN VOL. 41. SANTA FE, N. M., SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1904. NO. ier. LIAO YANG ABANDONED General Stakelberg's Corps is Cut Off by the Victorious Enemy JAPS ARfREENTLESS Continue AMiuIti Upon Xvropitklit't Miin Army With Elhcti. x Toklo, (apt. Japanaaa Ji occupied Liao S JS Cut Off. S V at. PilinlHirg, ftipt. S officially anmunead that central X S Kuropatkln X Liao Yang haa abandoned S S and that Central Stakalbarg'a X S corpa haa bean cut off.' X The exact position of the two ahritea that oppose each other at Liao Tang on this fifth day of the great battle, is still somewhat vague by both press dispatches ud oOolal Both 8t Petersburg ud Toklo how- ever, make it clear that Kuropatkln did not remove his entire amir to the north-tank ot tee Taltse River, and it Is evident thai portions of both of the trmUM an -today on cither sHa river. While Ruaelan official adrleei Uronout at at Petera- buii itlll mataUOu that KuropatWn haa. executed a aswoeeslur strategic move and thai a retrograde movement does not Indicate a tlie'tone of the Toklo reports is confident in the extreme- a dtstatch from Marshal Oyama alludes to the "defeated nus- Blans" an making a last stand OMtside of tbe valla ot Uao Tang..Kuropat- kln 1a alao with Knrotl aorta of the river and there are nimora that .The. Riualui alao hold strong Japanw force another flank movement by crossing higher up ana to tho vest ot the. Rtts- plsn positions. Rutalana Aaauma the otTanalve. St. Peter-jburg, Sept. A bulletin Issued thla afternoon announces that Kuropatkln. assumed tho offensive and IB maiming hli artillery, which bombarded the Japanese up to Friday preparatory to an attack upon Genera} Kuroki's flanking army on i he nortK aMe of the Taltso River. Retreat Toklo, Sept. deld Marshal Oya. u follow. "September 8, 9 ni., Remnant of the routed Russian army li null ottering a alight roslntanco ouulde ot Uao Yang. Our center and left amlea are attucklng It. An earli- er mWMMp! from Field Manhal Oyania says: The In (root our left and cmter armlai continued to re- treat on'BeptentMr M to ttrt bunk 01 Out Tkltae Hirer, wrapt thow portions of IIS tnrtft wtilch occu- pying netenalrv worlu fron Uie tciuth to the northwtit ot tlao Tann, ana atltkU wirUieMt of Ntltchanir. Our an continuing the attack. Onr right army occupied on morning ol September M that part ot hUjhU want ot He) Tlog Tal. Kuropatkln'o ntreat, If the con- inander.lB.chM la retiring, la oonild crod here. It may be due to (he ot another flnnklr.it movnneiit ot Jananeae up and from I he mat. that Jap- aneu nre oaring up the Uao River din Kin Tin panlaten lust before FerM4 to Laa.a Artllltry. Mukden. 8avt After all daya ot BtfiUnt. the lapanue tatt Widiunlar ilandoned a direct attack upon Uw Tang In favor ot a flank movement o fto Ruaalana and were compelled .to abamlon a number ot gnna, being nfl >blo to read) them thromh tbe mini 'A number of Japanese prisoners were taken who were Is a dreadful atatn a! Many been wllhoo food for two during which of rain ha.1 filled the treacn Their rtum are In tatten. Art In full RMTMt. SI. A Peuprawrt today Ko M Mt all i wnwtwti__ dowel Vino- MplaM KlnM i mirier M OF "KM boMtan the Mfei Ml m UH rtfW chock wtlh a fores M ver UeJlcltB, nml finally ihe >ns appnm p. i shed since 18M. From the table It will be seen thnf the time the deficits incurred be- 1893 And 1S99 hail bech funded, e total debt of the Ter-ltory was al- ost tnd of that amount the lormous sum of represented eSciencies incurrc.'i In twelve years, r an average denclt ol more than >0 per year. Since 1899 not ono dollar of dsfi- ency or bonded debt has been In- irrcil, while the careful management Atuinclal affairs tt poasl- e to provide for tho paruwnt of of iloht, or an average of S79.000 year. The record of recent yenrs lias re- ored to iho its good namo Ith eastern investors and the Casual >eficlt bonds of 1893. nmounUni; to iiftve been refunded at 4 per instead nf 5 per cent as formerly, ms sftvInK the people In Inter- it during '.he time they have yet to TOTAL LOSS One Fireman is Seriously Injured and Six Others Overcome by Smoke. Memphis, Tenn., Sep. ftre in the heart of the wholesale district to- day destroyed property approximately In value of The fire origi- nated in the Oliver Ficno Grocery Co., from an unknown, cause, completely destroying the stock and building of that flrm'and spreading to the neigh- boring stores, somo of wLlch were to- tally destroyed. One fireman wa.5 seri- ously Injured by falling from a ladder, and six others were overcome by the heat and taken to the hospitals. TIE TEBIITOIIIL JOriElE GOOIT eUiiiti if CM) vi. B. S. Baker, U. S. Diitrkt Jn4tc, MAY DECLARE STRIKE. Wage Demand of Enipteyci on New- Subway xra Not Complied With. Now York, Sept, executive cads of the throe union organizations aro asking for a f the wages of tho motornien In the ow subway, wore In conference today onstdcring what atopa filial! ho taken f It becomes necessary to forcd their emftnda. tho futuro action ol lie subway authorities depends luestion of whether n general strike jn tho InterborouRh Rapid .Trans Company's lines will follow a contln icii refusal of the company to gran: he demand made hy Its employes. MEET INSTANT DEHTH. Ptnoni art KUUd Twinty Five Injured in Car Acci- dent at Loilla. St. Ixmls, Mo.. Sopt. per- sons were killed ami twenty-flvo In Jurcd, several fatally, In tho wreckln. of a suburban by a sengcr train at the Sarah Blrco islng today. Tho train, which I said to have been running thirty mile an hour, struck the car squarel tho center and the occupants had n chance to escape. FEVER M Hat Ih of Winy Cattlt In Ptnn- Lancaster, Pa., A dlsw.9 boon causing tho death of largo niimbfrof tatilo Boot to loci yanln from the and jni o.Kasotl by tho f-t'roora bus boon noiincM- TOXAS fovor. Tho hns horn roportoti to tho f'-ilora thorltlos. II is lOlosci. that tho In tors lifivo'lioon ROpUKont. The Supreme Court met in ad- urned session at four o'clock yeater- ay afternoon. There were present: hlef Justice 3. Mills, Associate ustlces John R. SfcFIe, Frank Par- er, TV. H. Pope and Edward A. Mann, id Clerk J. D. Sena. The petition for the granting of an Iglnal mandamus directed against Justlc- B. S. Baker, presid- g judge, of tho Second Judicial Dls- ict, in the case of Ihe Caledonia oal Company versus the Atchlson, To-- k Santa Fo Railway Company nd the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad Com- was hrought up for argument. It appeared that in this case Judge aker had quashed summons against ho Snntn Tc Pacific Railroad and the tchlsou, Topcka ft Snnta Fe Railway ompany, .which had been served on P..RIpJey, president of the two com- ,nles at Alhuqucnuio upon the eon- ntlon of the two railroad companies mt they were not doing business In 10 Territory, tlius dismissing the case. Respondents nioiioa to the Rrotmtl that tho Supremo xiiirt liad no Jurisdiction. Tho argu- enti were made for thn petitlonors y Attorney N. D. Field, of Albuqiler- ue. anfl for tlw Ttspondcnts by R. E. wltchell. of IAS Vegas. The court convened again this morn- ng nt nine o'clock, members of tho our't belns present as at yesterdaj'a esston. At tho opening ot tbe session o announcement was made as to the when opinions would bo handed own. Tho court nt once proceedw. o hear oral arguments In a mandamus roceedlng brought up on appeal from lllo County In tho case of the Territory of New Mexico ox rol R. J. C. lenlnan. et al versus Una District Court of BcrnsMIlo County, which the question whether thia pn> eeding should ho brought upon ap- peal or by writ ot error. N. D. Field .ppoared for rclrtors, and B. Chil- lers, Charles A. Spioss and R. K- Twit- :heli for respondent. Upon conclusion ot tho arguments n tho forrgolng ease tho court pro- to hear oral arfiuraents In case- No. 1059, Sofro Alexander, rolator. vor- sus Seferlno Crollett, Juatico of tho waco, which U a motion to nuash a writ of prohibition. N. B. FloW rep- resented tho reliUor. and W, B. Chll- dors appeared for Ihe respondent. Tho court adjourned at twelvo o'clock and met again at two o'clock his afternoon. At this afternoon's session case No. OSS. Benjamin II. Dye. ot at, versus II. Crnry. ot uls.. appellees, was argued and aubmlltctl. Caso Xo. 9-1, Territory ox E. J. McLean A Com- pany, appellants, versus D. Jfc R. 0. R. R, Co., ftppollcc-s, was airtttnltltii- oia. brlofs, Tho court will moot apaln on Mon- Septombdr .2. at which time It that opinions In novoral 1m- rasps will be hwidwl down. Cloudoroft. "Xnttiro's roof Gft Juno 1S to September SO, 190 VICTIM OF BULLETS WILL PROBABLY RECOVER Spoola) to tho Now Mexican. Sopt, F. Starr, who wns shot tn-lro hy StrlU Ki-mlorwin. who ycsitonlay was In n pr.-cnrlini'i rraiditlon, will in all prob- ability sHrvlvo. Slnco yostordiiy at iHton ho has rallied. Ho will, Imwovrr. bo to pnrttripato In nny bull g.imos for tho romalmlrr of tho soason. Hnidornon nMH o.Miflnr.1 fn ttio jail awaiting ;