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CAftBONDALE. ILLINOIS. Glebe in'now under sentence of-five WORLD BY TELEGRAPH Or TUB DAY IN PATHWAY assist him to get a firm seat In the The danger, of reaction is hardly) worth serious consideration, however. Even, -the discomfited/ advocates of the old regime, realize that . the emperor a step is irrevocable; -that he 'could, not withdraw it if he would, and that any attempt simply to place him in .th e-at- titude'of a usurper, of the peoples, liberty would. precipitate an- Immediate crash.in which, he would be sure tolose the', throne. . . MAHTIAI, LAW IT! POliAIfD. j V • ' :'.'.! t« 'proclamation ,l3*i>ccted- to ;Be Followed 1»- Fresh Dl.stn*uniice»- ' 'Warsaw.Nov-; 13.— The proclamation of martial law in alt- of the ten governments of Russian Poland has caused surprise and exasperation here, .and there are apprehensions that it will produce disturbances worse than those ,hat have already taken place. The city Is panic-stricken. There 'ara per- sis'ten rumors of the organization of anil-Jewish riots, and the -Houses ot Jews are -nan-icnded -and watched day and night. The Jews are arming them-. selves with knives, revolvers and rifles. • '•"'• Owing to ; the general strike the .distress is hourly increasing. There in a scarcity of coal aud food. years x>n a charge-of robbery, and out on an appeal bond, pending the result of the supreme court's inquiry. He can not be Wed for the murder until this is done. The state claims to have so complete a case of murder that if the supreme court reverses the sentence he^will fee tried for murder, and in case it Is affirmed Gov. Folk will be »sked to pardon..him, and permit the murder to be thrashed out , ^ CLEVELAND AT PRINCETON Former Prennlent' S»j. There I« Particular Seed at T»li Time at. Bela«- Honeat. New York, Nov. 13.—At the second annual drtnner of the "Princeton Alumni Association of the Oranges held atJEast Orange, N J., an interesting letter on honesty and Patriotism from Giover Cleveland was read,/from which, the, following is an extract: " "No one who has the welfare of his country at heart need search for the field of patriotic duty From every side those who are not wilfully deaf can not fall to hear the call of conscientious activity in the cause ot our people's'safety and integrity..: Those who have been favored with the teach- ncs and influence of Princeton should be neither blind nor deaf. True to -her teachings, they, should »e alert J» demonstrating that loyalty , to her means loyalty to national honor and safety and, obedient to her traditions and care for ' rlghtenousness, they should'.do. battle-under, the banner the -device, "Thou Shalt Not Steal."., , : ,"'-... lOUNTY INFIRMARY BURNED Ho Autonomy tor •St. Petersburg, 'Nov. 13r Poland Is •. eersur, . r- not to be permitted to become a second Finland. The Russian government, in a strongly-worded communication, serves notice' on the Polish nationalists that, for good or 111, the undent klngdom-of Poland has now become, an integral part of the Russian empire ABDUCTION THREATS Thev Were. ne«orte<l to In Order to Oet Mnriler Wltiie(.Kc«,Ont ot . ' the Way.' St. Louis,'Nov. 13—A. partial grand 3 ury report made to Judge C: Orrlck Bishop, is said, besides, returning a true bill against,-William, .alias Red Giebe.for the .murder, of Fred B. Scheel, to develop Uio fact that the.police Investigation of the crime was not on y perfunctory, but that robbery and abduction .were resorted to m at least one instance to get. witnesses- of the murder out of the way.- Several, witnesses, .it Is said, were either threatened or driven out of the city. j_ The'SHicoii County (MlMonrl) innry Dentroye* by Fire-One Patient'.Badly Burned. Macon, Mo,, Nov. IS.—Fire 'destroyed the'Macon county infirmary, an Institution for paupers'and insane persons Mrs A. M. Decker, one of the patients was frightfully burned about .the face and arms,- but probably will recover The other patients were safely re moved from the building, under the dl rection of .Mrs:.-William Patrick, the superintendent's wife. Patrick himself was : ill. All- the patients have been accounted for\save one, who is sup posed to have strayed away from the grounds during the excitement. .Loss 125,000-... _._ '.' . -. The Clilcako Electrical Exposition, Chicago, Nov. 13.—From the.presen outloolc, the electrical exposition to b held here in January promises to su: pass anything of the kind ever a* tempted- in this country.- .The expos tlon wm,.be held/in the . coliseum, where 38,000 square 1 feet a're available for the display of the .various exhib- its. Ailmlral TOKO ComtnH:. Toklo, Nov. 13.—It has been .definite-, ly decided that Vice-Admiral. Togo, with a squadron, will visit the United States, 'and not Australia,'as previous- r ly announced. •

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  1. The Daily Free Press,
  2. 13 Nov 1905, Mon,
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