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VOL13 VOL 13 WASHINGTON D C SATURDAY S4tURDA SA tJRDAY y MARCH 30 1901 I NO to tof
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THE T E CLERK CONFESSES CONFESSESA
A Clever Scheme of Rascality TliaFailed Thai Tl1alFailed ThaiFailed
Failed at Kansas ansas CityNAMED City CityNAMED CityNAMED
NAMED HIMSELF TO CARRY CASH CASHAfter CASHAfter CASHAfter
After Stealing a Lot ol 0 Rints Rings a Young Clerl Clerlla CIerliIii
la 11 a Kansas City Jewelry Store Sends III IIIEmployer lib JlhEmployer libEmployer
Employer a Letter Threatening to KIdnap KldnajIbe KIdnapIhe Kidnapthe
the Laltera Son Unless lie Sends SfODD 1000 1 1a ta to toa
a Certain Place at AildaljhtKansas Midnight M1dnlihtKansas MidnightKansas
Kansas City Mo Special SpecialWilliam SpecialWilliamDeardufJ SpeciaIWilliamDearduff Williara WilliaraDeardufl
Deardufl 20 years old a clerk was ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested here charged with stealing 3100 3100worth 3100worth 3100worth
worth of diamond rings from his em employers employers employers ¬
ployers Edwards Sloan loan wholesale wholesalejewelers wholesaleJewelers wholesalejewelers
jewelers Later when confronted with withthe witbthe withthe
the rings which had been found hidden hiddenin hiddenin hiddenin
in in the basement of the firms building buildingDcarduff
Dearduff broke down and confessed confessedDeardufT confessedDearduff confessedDearduff
Dearduff also confessed to having sent sentMr senlMr sentMr
Mr Edwards the senior member of the thefirm thefirm thefirm
firm a letter threatening to kidnap the thejewelers thejewelers thejewelers
jewelers son on if he did not immediately immediatelyproduce immedIatelyproduce immediatelyproduccrooo
produccrooo produce 1000 Dearduff said he planned plannedthe plannedtbe plannedthe
the robbery by himself and had taken takenno takennD takenno
no one into his confidence His idea ideawas ideawas ideawas
was simply steal the tray tr Y of diamonds diamondsHe
He accomplished ac ol1lplish d this he laid aid during duringthe durin durinthe duringthe
the afternoon of March n and hid throe tliQrings th thrings throerings
rings rings in the basement It then occurred occurredto
to him that he could not immediately immediatelynegotiate immediatelynegotiate immediatelynegotiate
negotiate a sale of the diamonds and andthe andthe andthe
the scheme to extort money mon y from Mr MrEdwards MrEdwards
Edwards was conceived Following is isa isa isa
1 a copy of the letter lett r sent to Mr Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards ¬
wards wardsSir wardsSirWe wardsSirWe
Sir SirWe We are the men that relieved relievedyou relievedOU relievedyou
you OU of your diamonds the other day
Finding that we arc short of funds we weask weask weask
ask you to oblige us with the sum sum of
1000 in godollar bills Give it to the theclerk theclerk theclerk
clerk Dearduff and at the hour of 12 iatonight 12tortig 12tonight
tonight tortig t havp I av hilt him hIIJ meat me tl u y tt tlM1 the 4 apr aprtier CprI r rrttr
I tier 6T 6f f 1ortyth Fortythird Pbrty third rd and Wef Met alone aloneVc aloncVe aloneWe
We Vc ask you to send him for we know knowhim knowl1im knowhim
him when we see him Show thisto the thepolice thepolice thepolice
police or fail in any way to obey ordersand orders ordersand ordersand
and your son George will pay the pen penalty penalty penalty ¬
alty We mean business as you have havelearned havelearned havelearned
learned heretofore heretoforeSigned heretoforeSigned heretoforeSigned
Signed R D J C CEdwards CEdwards CEdwards
Edwards had his son guarded while whilelie whitehe vhilehe
he made up a package of waste paper paperdicated paperand
and sent it by Dearduff to the place in indlcated indicated
j dicated in the letter Dearduff reported reportedthat reportedthat reportedthat
that he wasnict was met by two men who tookJ took tookthe
J the package from him Later he re reported reo reoI reported ¬
ported finding the empty tray in the thebasement thebasement
basement and asserted that some one onehad onehad onehad
I had stabbed himCUT him himCUT himCUT
CUT OPP HER lIe Hl R OWN EARS EARSWoman EARSI EARSWoman
I
Woman Also Removes Fire Toes and Part of ofHer oflIer ofIfcr
Her Nose NoseToledo NoseToledo NoseToledo
Toledo Ohio Special SpecialMrs Mrs G GDrunschncider GDrunschneider GBrunschncider
Drunschncider residing near the city
limits occupies a ward at St Vin Vincents VinI Vfncents ¬
I cents Hospital and is in a serious con condition conj condition ¬
dition as a result of horrible injuries injuriesselfinflicted injuriesselfinflicted
j selfinflicted About 5 oclock in the theevening theeening theevening
evening armed with an ordinary pair pairof pairof pairof
of scissors she cut off all toes of herleft her herleft herleft
left foot both oth her cars close to the thehead thehead thei
i head and about an inch of her nose noseShe noseShe noseShe
She then cut out a portion of her right rightcheek rightcheck rightcheck
check inflicted five gashes in the left leftcheck leftchcek
I check and finally began on her arms armsBeginning armsDeginning armsBeginning
Beginning at her left forearm she re removed removed removed ¬
moved every vestige of skin laying bare barethe barethe barethe
the muscles She also lacerated the theright theright thei
i right arm in a horrible manner Nothlog Noth Nothing Nothing ¬
ing was known of the affair until her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband who was absent during theand the thenight thej
j night returned home in the morning morningand morningand
and found
+ and found her in bed in a semiconscious semiconsciouscondition semiconsciouscondition semiconscious semiconsciouscondition
< condition A surgeon was called at atonce atonce
once and she was taken to St Vincents VincentsHospital VincentsHospital
1 Hospital Her recovery is doubtful doubtfulThe doubtfulJ doubtfulThe
+ J The Old Familiar Dame DameGreensboro OameGreensboro GameGreensboro
f Greensboro N C Snecial SpecialThree SpecialThreeconfidence Three Threeconfidence
confidence men Frank Thompson D DHawley DHawlcy DHawley
Hawley and Gomez Bono the latter latterdisguised latterdisguised latterdisguised
disguised as an Indian were arrested arrestedhere arrested11I arrestedhere
here 11I re while attempting to work the gold goldbrick goldbrick goldbrick
brick scheme on Paul Garrett of Wel Weidon Weldon Weldon
don Garrett notified the officers of ofthe ofI
11 I the presence of the men and planned plannedthe plannedthe plannedthe
the capture He and Thompson were werefollowed werefollowed werefollowed
followed to a spot in in the woods near neartown neartown neartown
town where Bono had two bricks con concealed concealed concealed ¬
cealed reputed to be worth 50000 50000Hawley 50000Hawley
1 Hawley who was to assay the gold was wasarrested wasarrested wasarrested
arrested at a hotel hotelFive hotelFIve hotelFive
Five Men cn Murder Two TwoCharleston TwoI TwoCharleston
I Charleston W Va Special SpecialFil SpecialFilmen Fivi Fivimen
men who murdered an inoffensive Ital Itolian Italian Italian
ian and an old man who attempted tc tcdefend tcdefend
defend him were brought here iron ironFayette frorrFayette frolTFayette
Fayette county and placed in the Kan Kanawha Kanawha Kanawha
awha jail to prevent a threatened lynch lynching Iynching lynching ¬
ing They are C E Chamberlain Johr JohrPerkins JohrPerkins JohePerkins
Perkins Perry Christian RoberhtiValt RoberhtiValtera Robert Walt Walters Walten ¬
ers and John Lewis At Boomer the thefive thefive thefive
five while drunk attacked a harmless hannlesiItalian hannleItalian harmlessItalian
Italian and were beating him to death deathwhen deathvhen deathwhen
when George W Dent aged 58 year yearinterfered yearli yearainterfered
i interfered They 1 hey then divided theii theiiwrath theilwrath thteirwrath
wrath and killed both the Italian and
I Dent
Instantly lastsails Killed KilledBristol KilledBristol Kllto KlltoBristol
Bristol Tenn Special SpeclalHenry Henry C Cden CH CHalley
Halley H ley of Mendota Va was instantly
j killed in alighting from a train A sud sudden sudden
den jerk threw him from the platform platformunder platformunder
under the cars and a wheel passed over overhis overhis
his head He was 57 years of age He Heleft Heteft Heleft
left a family
UUEKS FIUI1TINU t AS HARD AS EVBR EVBRThey ImmTIley EYLiiThey
They Wreck a Supply Train and Burn urn Bloodj BloodjRiver Blood BloodRiver lood loodRiver
River Bridge BridgeStanderton BridgeStanderton rdge rdgeStanderton
Standerton Transvaal By Cable CableFour CableFour CableFour
Four hundred Boers under the Boot BootCommander DoerCommander BoerCommander
Commander Buys have wrecked a sup supply supply supply ¬
ply train north of Vlaklaagtc They Theyoverpowered Theyoverpowered Theyoverpowered
overpowered the escort and carried off offseveral 011several offseveral
several wagonlonds wajo tloads of provisions A Aconvoy AconvQY Aconvey
convoy destined to join General Frenchs Frenchscolumn Frenchscolumn Frenchscolumn
column has been attacked between Blood BloodI Bloo BlooI
I I River and Sheepers Nek Transvaal Coli Col
I i ony The British had one man killed killedand kllledand killedand
and three wounded The bridge at Blood BloodRiver DloodRiver BloodRiver
River was burned burnedLondon burnedLondon burnedLondon
London By Cable CableThe The Colonial ColonialSecretary ColonhlSecrctary ColonialSecretary
Secretary Mr Chamberlain in tho thoHouse thoHou3e thisHouse
House of Commons replying to a ques question question question ¬
tion said no specific objection had been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made by General Botha to any of the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace terms offered by General Kitchen Kitchener ¬
er and General Botha made no counter counterproposals counterproposals counterproposals ¬
proposals The only information in the thepossession thepossession thispossession
possession of the government outside ol olthat 01that ofthat
that Sublished published in the papers was con contained containe contamed ¬
tamed taine in a private telegram from Gen General General General ¬
eral Kitchener saying General Botha had hada
a strong objection to Sir Alfred Milner MilnerDied MilnerDIed MilnerBled
Died From Bating TeaberrlesHazleton Teaberrles TeaberrlesHazleton TeaberrlesHazleton
Hazleton Pa Special SpecialRose Rose a 1 4 4yearold 4I 4yearold
yearold daughter of Augustus Augustus and andAgnes andAgnes andAgnes
I Agnes Billman of West Hazleton died diedas die dieI diedas
as a result of eating teaberries Two Twoof Twoof Twoof
of her sisters were in the woods on onSaturday onSaturday on onSaturday
I Saturday afternoon gathering these ll1lr ll1lrries ber berries mcr mcrries ¬
ries and when they returned they shared sharedtheir sharedtheir
their berries with Rose who ate a large largenumber largenumber largenumber
I number of them Shortly after the child childvas childwas childtvas
was vas taken with convulsions A physi physician physlcian physiclan ¬
cian was called in but could not save savethe savethe savethe
the child
This Robber Was Polite PolitePaterson PolllePaterson PolitePaterson
Paterson N J Special SpecialA A robber robberwho robbcrwho robberwho
who entered the residence of the late lateVIcePresident IteVicePresident hateVicePresident
VIcePresident Hobart Sunday night nightand nightand nightand
and who departed without witho any stn ba b0I ti QIt oir oirfinding
finding filtdlt fiitdlnj the tllwriwrfr 1MrWerrttthtdt ti lIr tttwiiriiJFinr 1f l f 1ftTir C Cfollowing
following note in 111 a loving cup which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had been given to Mrs Hobart by b > the
Old Ladies Home Society for chari charitable charitable clantable ¬
table work I humbly beg your pardon pardonI
I do not want to rob good peopleCarnegie people peopleCarnegie eoplC eoplCCarllegle
Carnegie Library la CharlotteCharlotte Charlotte CharlotteCharlotte CharlotteCharlotte
Charlotte N C Special SpecialA SpecialAmeeting At a ameeting ameeting
meeting of the Board of Aldermen ii iiwas IIwas iiwas
was decided to accept Andrew Car Carnegiesj Carnegies Carnegies
negiesj negies proffered proffer d gift of C2oooo 20000 toward towarda
a public library on condition conJition that the thecity thecity thecity
city provide for 2500 annually to sup support
port the library The Aldermen will willraise 1111raise wilraise
raise half the sum and the School Com Commissioners Commissioners Comnmissioners ¬
missioners the other hlaf hlatThreatened hlafThreatened hlafThreateacd
Threatened a Parent ParentNashville ParentNashville ParentNashville
Nashville Tenn Special Kid Kidnappers ¬
nappers and dynamiters is the signa signature signature signature ¬
ture to a letter received by Joseph JoseptSchneider JosephSchneider osep
Schneider of this city The content contentsinformed
informed Mr Schneider that unless hi hiplaced hrplaced h hplaced
placed 300 at a certain spot in Cum Cumberland Cumbcrland
bcrland Park one of his children would
be kidnapped or his house blown up ui uiI
by dynamite No harm as yet has coatto com connto comto
I to the Schneider home although th thdemands the thedelnands thedemands <
demands were not complied withA with withA withChur1I
A Church Struck by LightningGrand Lightning LightningGrand LlglltnillgGrand
Grand Rapids Mich Mid Special SpecialS SpecialSAndrews SpecialStAndrews St StAndrews
Andrews Roman Catholic Cathedra Cathedrawas Cathedrawas Cathedrawas
was destroyed by fife resulting re u1ting from fromstroke a astroke astroke
stroke of lightning The loss is 50000 5oooowith 50000with 50000with
with only 2occo insurance The large largtpipe largepipe hangspipe
pipe organ orlfan valued at 10000 was ut utterly utterly aimterly ¬
terly ruined The spire of the church churchwas churchwas churchwas
was struck by lightning about 1030 P PM PM PM
M but flames were we e not discovered anti until
215 A M when they were beyond beyondcontrol beyondcontrol beyondcontrol
control of the firemen firemenThe firemenThe firemenThe
The Korea Launched LaunchedNewport IAUllcbedNewport leunctird leunctirdNewport
Newport News Va Special SpecialThe SpecialThePacific The ThePacific Tht ThtPacific
Pacific Mail liner Korea the largesl largeslvessel largeslvessel largestvessel
vessel ever built buil for the American mer merchant merchant merchant ¬
chant marine service was wils launched al althe althe atthe
the yard of the Newport News Ship ¬
building Company here A crowd ol
20000 I people eople witnessed the launch launchMiss
Miss Mls Katherine Winthrop Tweed
daughter of the president of the Pacific PacificMail
Mail Company christened the Korea KoreaThe
The Korea will cost when completed
2000000 She is nearly 600 feet long longand longand
and her depth of hold is equal to tothe vthe the
height of t fourstory fonr story buildingNewspapcrDeal building buildingNewspaper buildingNewspaper
Newspaper NewspapcrDeal Deal In Chicago ChicagoChicayo ChicagoChic1So ChicagoChicago
Chicago SIlecialVic Special Victor or F Law Lawson LawIon Lawson
son owner of the Daily News and also alsothe alsothe alsothe
the Record for the last thirteen years
has sold the Record to Herman H
Kohlsaat Kohlsaatr who will hereafter issue it in inconjunction InconjunC1on inconjunction
conjunction with the Chicago Times TimesRecordHerald
Herald under the title of the Chicago
RecordHerald The TimesHerald wiH
become the RecordHerald Frank B TiNoyes
Noyes publisher of the Washington
Star and president of the Associated
Press has acquired an interest in the
RecordHerald and will be its publisher publisherH
1 H H Kohlsaat devoting his entire jlmc jlmcto jlmcto limeto
to fine he editorial conduct of the Record RecordHerald RecordHerald RecordHerald
Herald
100000000 Added to Capital CapltaLPhiladelphia CapitalPhiladelphia CapitaLPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa Special Specials SpeclaQBy By the thelargest theIrgest thelargest
largest stock vote ever cast in the his history hiltory history ¬
tory of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com Company Company Company ¬
pany the shareholders of that corporation corpora corporation corporation ¬
tion reelected the old board of direct directors directors directors ¬
ors and authorized an increase in increase rease of too IooCOOOOO
000000 in the present capital stock The Thenumber Thenumber Thenumber
number of shares voted was 1793442 1793442representing ti9304t2representing 179342representing
representing 591 59 5918 8 per cent a greater greaterpercentage greaterpereentule greaterpercentage
percentage than any previous previous election
AGUINALDO CAPTUBEf CAPTURE JBY BY GEN FUNSTON FUNSTONLeader FUNSfoN FUNSfoNLeader FUNSTONLeader
Leader of the Philippine Iiiugents tl Iifsurgents Jurgents Now in Manila ManilaA
A Prisoner of the e AmericansDARING Americans AmericansM AmericansDARING AmericansDARINfi
M
DARING SCHEME OF THE D DAMNG D4 KING N6K KANSAN NS N SUCCESSFULHIs SUCCESSFUL
ai aims ¬
HIs Plan to Oo Straight Into the Camp Camp of f Aguinaldo as a Prisoner Prls > ner and Then Thento Thento Thento
to Turn the Tables on Ills Suppose Suppo e CoptorTlie Cnplor The Head and Front of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Insurrection Is Now Whf WI Why He Will Do No More harm Hcrmto tfcrmto harmto
to American InlerestsThaj InterestsTh Interests Thc I aventure venture Was a Desperate DesperateOne DesperateOne DesperateOne
One as Treachery ii Wp a Always Possible
Manila By Cable CableGeneral General Frcde FrcdeIck FredeIck Predehek
Ick Funstons daring project for th thcapture thcapture titcapture
capture of Aguinaldo A uinaldo in his hiding pla plain pIain plain
in the Province of Isabella Island o oLuzon 0Luzon oLuzon
Luzon has proved completely success successfill succa succarul suecosltd
fill
Aguinaldo was wa captured there Morel Mlr MlrJ MlrThe Mdrd
23 J V VThe
The United States gunboat gUllb at Vied Vieksburg vi Viedburg k kburg
burg Commander E B Barry wltj wltjGeneral wi wipeneral wigeneral
General Funston Iru ston and Aguinaldo Aguinaldoboard QI QIboard n nboard
board arrived here Thursday morning morningSeveral morn mornln mornlnSeveral I ISeveral
Several days ago it was announcethat announce announcethat antlouncthat
that General Frederick Funston ha haundertaken hiundertaten haundertaken
undertaken a daring expedition in fnthe inf infthe inthe
the interior to capture the insurgen insurgenchieftain insurgulichieftain insurgetlchieftain
chieftain chieftainThe chieftainThe chieftainThe
The Americans had received a tipiLJ tipiLJto tip tipto tipto
to Agulnaldos whereabouts andGeii andGeiieral and crt crteral Gotoral
eral Funston planned a scheme bl blh5jl U Uwhich lb lbwhich
which h5jl tem h he j A t tJ to tql to < en16nfd en pr
16nfd 1 ifinfe ii 11iitTf na11 native s scpmsT crs wT1 wnom iv lii liiwould rnwould A Awould
would suppose to to be rebels Then at atthe atthe It Itthe
the proper time the tables were to be beturned beturned beturned
turned on Aguinaldo and he was to tofind tufind tofind
find himself a prisoner prisonerAs prisonerAs prisonerAs
As the leader of the insurrection insurrectionagainst Insurrectionagainst insurrectionagainst
against the United States Government GovernmentAguinaldo GovernmentAguinaldo GovernmentAguinaldo
Aguinaldo may be tried and executed executeda
a lesser punishment meted to him by byexecutive byexecutive byexecutive
executive clemency or complete am amnesty amnesty amnesty
nesty extended While the question of ofpunishment ofpunishment ofpunishment
punishment rests with the military au authorities authorities authorities ¬
thorities it is believed the President Presidentwill Presidentwill Presidentwill
will make the matter one for determina determination determination determination ¬
tion primarily by the authorities here hereIn hereIn hereIn
In January from his hiding place in inthe inthe inthe
the Province of Isabella Aguinaldo Aguinaldowrote Aguinaldowrote Aguinaldowrote
wrote letters anathematizing the sub
A New Jersey Editor Punished PunishedAtlantic PunishedAtlantic
Atlantic City N J Special SpccialFor SpccialFormer For Former ¬ I
men mer Senator William L Newell and andHugh andHugh andHugh
Hugh Collins proprietor and editor re respectively respcctively respectively ¬
spectively of the Pleasantvillc Press Presswere Presswere Presswere
were each sentenced to sixty days im imprisonment lanprisonment fin finprisonment ¬
prisonment for contempt of court in inpublishing inpublishing inpublishing
publishing a series of articles criticising criticisingthe
the court and the public prosecutor prosecutorTo prosecutorTo
To Mr Newells sentence was added a afine nfine afine
fine of 1000 Mr Collins was also fined finedtOO finedioo finedfoo
tOO and the term of imprisonment was wastemporarily wnstemporarily wasteniporanly
temporarily suspended The articles articleswere articleswere articleswere
were published in connection with tht thtrecent thtrecent therecent
recent prosecution of a score of county countyresidents countyresidents countyresidents
residents who were charged with illegal illegaloyster illegaloyster illegaloyster
oyster dredging dredgingA dredgingWeSavlng
A LifeSaving Llfe Saving Plan PlanWelch PlanWelch PlanWelch
Welch W Va SpecialJAfter SpecialI fter six sixmonths six110nths sixmonths
months steady work the theNorfolk Norfolk andWestern and andWestern andWestern
Western has about completed the big bigfan bigfan bigfan
fan plant that is to furnish pure air for forthe forthe fortime
the deadly East End tunnel at Coaldalc CoaldaheThe CoaldalcThe CoaldaleThe
The plant consists of three enormous enormousfans enormousfans enormousfans
fans with two 20ojhorscpower engines enginesto
to run them The plant has cost over over6oooo
60000 and will have to be kept in oper operation operation operation ¬
ation night and day constantly Since Sincethe Sincethe Sincethe
the Norfolk and Western has been in inoperation inoperation inoperation
operation through this section a little littleless littleless littleless
less than twelve years seven men have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been asphyxiated in the East End tun tunnel tunnel tund ¬
nel and twice as many more have beencarried been baencarried beencarriedout
carriedout carried out unconscious and within a aew aeV aew
ew minutes of death deathHounds deathflounds deathhounds
I
Hounds Trailing Bank IOk RobberSomerset Robber KobberiSomerset
Somerset 0 Special SpecialThe The SheritT SheritTof
of Perry county and a posse with a apack npack apack
pack of bloodhounds are in pursuit of ofa ofa ofa
a gang of seven robbers who wrecked wreckedthe wreclcedthe wreckedtime
the State Bank of Somerset stole sooo soooappropriated 5000apI ooo oooappropriated
appropriated apI > ropriated two livery rigs held a aposse apoue aposse
posse of citizens at bay bayJ and escaped in inthe inthe iii iiithe
the face of a heavy lire fire lire Bonds andsecurities and andsecurities andsecurities
securities to the amount of jooco and andthe
5000 in gold old coin were wereim overlooked iii iiisured by bythe bythe
the the bandits Tco The im bank wastefully wat fully In Insured in inlured ¬
sured and its business WI1 vl not be interrupted in interrupted interrupted ¬
terrupted
Burned urlled llerstll lIerclllo to Death DeathMurfrecsboro DeatbMurrrccsboro DeathMurfreeaboro
Murfrecsboro T Tenn nn Special SpecialMiss SpecialMissEliza Miss MissEliza
Eliza Burns a wellknown young youngWoman younlwoman youngwoman
this committed committedsuicide itted ittedsuicitle
Woman in In nun uuiiiuiuiiuv community luiiiimiicu luiiiimiicusuicide comm
suicide here She saturated her clothing clothingwith clothingwith clothingwith
with coal oil and set fire to it She had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been deeply distressed over the loss los oi oia oia ofa
a position as teaclitjr teach > r in a school here lureand hereand hereand
and recently had made two attempts attemptsto attemptsto
to end her life
Ids who to IO had taken an oath of al alJiance 111iance aliance
Jiance iance to the United States Lateruinaldo Later LaterJuinaldo LarerInaldo
Juinaldo Inaldo ordered certain insurgent insurgentrccs Insunentltecs Insurgentccs
ltecs rccs ccs in Southern Luzon to join him hima
a rendezvous in Isabella Province Provincee
le e rebel officer entrusted with these theseders theseders thesedens
ders secretly negotiated with the thej theRlJricans timetericans
j RlJricans RlJricansOn tericans tericanstOn tericansOn
tOn On securing necessary information informationjeneral informationeneral informationeneral
jeneral eneral Funston planned Aguinaldos AguinaldosBpttire Aguinaidolipture s spture
pture and with General MacArthurs MacArthursInhorizatlon MacArthursHhorizatlon MacArthursttltorization
Inhorizatlon Hhorizatlon General Funston proeded pro profceded procded
fceded cded two weeks ago to make the theitempt theteinpt theteinpt
itempt teinpt General Funston with lVithSur lVithSurn Sur Surfcon Surn
fcon n Major Harris Captain Newton of ofhe ofIe ofIC
he Ie Thirtyfourth Infantry Lieutenant LieutenantAdmire LieutcnantIImire Lieutenantdmire
Admire IImire of the Twentysecond Infantry Infantryieutcnant Infantr Infantryicutenant i iieutcnant
ieutcnant Mitchell of the Fortiethnlantry Fortiethnrantry Fortieth Fortiethnfantry
nfantry j six veteran scouts and a com comnny comny contny
nny ny of native scouts all picked men menbbarked menbotked mcnnbatked
bbarked botked on the gunboat Vicksburg VicksburgOtc
fStfcilst fStfcilstIt Otc c fd ybeach ybeachu beach beachfStfcilst < 7 h hIt
u v a aIt
It was arranged that Aguinaldos Aguinaldosemirsary Aguinaldosemirsary Aguinaldosemirsary
emirsary with the native natives scoutts scouts Ollts should shouldpass shauldpass shouldpass
pass themselves off as insurgent troops troopswho
who having captured General Fuuton Fuutonand Funtonand Fuutonand
and others were taking them as pris prisoners prisoners prisoners ¬
oners to Aguinaldo At the right time timewhen timewoen timewhen
when brought before Aguinaldo AguinaldoGen AguinaldoGeneral Gen General General ¬
eral Funston was to give a signal when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the tables were to be turned and andAguinaldo andAguinaldo andAguinaldo
Aguinaldo was to be seized Six days daysmarch daysmarch daysnareh
march into the interior were contcm contcmplated contemplated contenrrplated
plated Treachery was considered pos possible possible possible ¬
sible but every precaution I > recaution was takenThe taken takenThe takcnThe
The troops in New tl w Vizcaya and New NewEcija NewEclja NewEcija
Ecija and the gunboats Vicksburg and andAlbany andAlbany andAlbany
Albany were to operate with General GeneralFunstons GeneralFunstons GeneralFunstons
Funstons force
TRACT SOCIETYS WORKReports WORK WORKReports WORKReports
Reports Read at the Annual Meeting IkU IkUIn lid lidIn Iltldin
In Washington WashingtonWashington WashIngtonWashington WashingtonWashington
Washington Special SpecialThe The Wash Washington WashIngton Washiington ¬
ington annual meeting of the AmericanTract American AmericanTract American1ract
Tract Society was held here in th thGunton thGunton the theGunton
Gunton Temple Memorial Church The TheRev TheRev TheRev
Rev Judson Swift field secretary of ofNew orN ofNew
New N cw York Y Qrk presented a brief report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the society socictyls s work and General O O OHoward OHoward 0Howard
Howard president of the society de delivered deIhered delivered ¬
livered an earnest address setting settin forth forththe forththe forththe
the object and needs of the society The Thesecretarys Thesccretafs Timesecretarys
secretarys report said that the society societyhos societyhos societyboa
hos issued between 13000000 and
14000000 distinct publications at home homeand h honeand > me meand
and in the foreign field During fifty fiftynine fiftynine fiftynine
nine years of colportage over 15000000 15000000family 15000000family 15000000family
family visits have been made while
16500000 pages of Christian reading readinghave readinghave readinghave
have been left left in their homes The society so society society ¬
I Ipel
ciety has been able to publish the Gospel Gos Gospel ¬
pel through 153 languages or dialects dialectsAt dialectsAt dialectsAt
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without hi his assistance The trouble troublecrew troublegrew troublegrew
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