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I INS B" ESSEWDS ON THE BHC I m Ikl I ll I I FORBES CLOSING $ H
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pester, N. L Visited by the Most Destructive Fire
fill Ifs BistoryBlaze Started in Early Morning and
fyged Unchecked for Several Honrs.
ii tonight ten engine wore ourlng
gj ot water on tho ruins of moat
l,rtlall dry goods quarter oC Roch
r Oliree of the tvo department
ain Roolioster v-cro consumed in
u'hleh cauMd a Iohh of more
i J3.COO.000. Tlu? Sibley. Lindsay Si
f company, the largest retail store
itstr, avo-s desti-oyeiL
1 the 1oj3 represents bulld-
iinlthe rfmainder Btoclcs and fur
ijjs. It 1b said that 2500 persons
.thrown out of work by the fire,
i. horned retrion llfce on the north
lotM.-dn ntrcet, between SU Paul
tutd Clinton avenue. North, run
ttnm SL Paul street almost the
it lentfh of the block. The Are
ji In the store of the Rochester
; Gcods company and worked west,
only one store east of this es
EneDt, that of the Walkover Sho-2
msj, beforf Its Drocrress was
Aid In that direction. Next was the
jjof the Beadle-Sherbunve company,
kslbe Itarble block, occupied by
Slty, Lindsay & l.'un- uompany.
iiawyed, and llnally the thirteen
tjGrsnite building, the lower floor
(Ifcjj Y,-aa also occupied by the Sib--Jllndsay
& Curr company, and the
Ife part occupied by offices, was at
tacked. Only the front wnll of the Mar
ble buildincr Is standing tonight. The
shell of the Granite building is Intact,
and the floors arc in place, but the
'building Is gutted.
The Sibley, Lindsay & Curr com
pany's six-story wholesale building, to
gether with the stables In the rear, was
destroyed. With all its valuable con
tents, this loss being pluced at 5l.-i50.0U0.
There were a livery stable and some
framb dwellings on Division street, a
narrow thoroughfare running In the
rear of the burned stores, and these
were damaged by water and falling
No one was Injured except Assistant
Chief Frank A. Jayncs, who was struck
by a flying nozzle.
The power on the trolley line minnlng
along Main street was cut off to avoid
danger from electricity and no cars
have run through the block where the
fire occurred all day. All other traffic
has been stopped and probably will not
bo resumed until Monday.
Following arc the largest losses:
Granite building. $300,000; Marble build
ing. ?75.000; Cornwell 1 building. ?GO,000:
Kirley building. $35,000; Sibley, Lindsay
& Curr company. $250,000.
"The loss on stock was as follows: Slb
lev. Lindsay & Curr company, retail.
$350,000. wholesale, $1,250,000; tenants In
Granite building. $200,000; Beadle &
. Sherburne company. $350v000; Rochester
Dry Goods company, $150,000.
I The smaller losses foot up $80,000.
A LOUIS HEIRESS DIVORCED FROM
U HER TITLED AND PROFLIGATE SPOUSE
.ST. LOUIS. Feb. 2C Countess Marie de Penalosa was granted a dl-
MfU-herc today in the Circuit court from Count Henri de Penalosa.
J&An her petition the Countess, who is a St. Louia heiress, charged that
JSlftouiit had spent her fortune and had paid attention to other women.
jOte witness, Miss Christine Mcna, testified that Avhilc he was still -f
mined to his present wife the Count had proposed marriage to her.
jjf Tte r.ltness testified that the Count, when charged with being mar-
admitted as much, but said he expected to secure a divorce shortly.
Idnight battle withT
mm Attempt to Arrest Two Suspects at Milford
i on a San Pedro Train One of the Men
si. Wounded and the Other Escapes.
illm. (S;c1al to Tlio Tribune.)
yw0RD, Utah, Feb. W. Oni despora
rmP Iiobably fatally wounded, an oftl-ftngc-r
shot off, and an Italian
-fca shot through tho hund In a
battle that was fought on board
t'fa Pedro pa33engcr train hero at
tt(jJ,&trs wcr attomptlng to capture
JWlh6 robbers who held up the enr
atfR4 Mcl1 a b,& naul at Cal,cntes
igjor Berry of the Son Pedro tele- '
ihead that two suspicious chav
Cpitd boarded tho train at Modcna 1
rffkl they answered the description
Af CpCallsnttrs robbers.
1Jlckman ad Depur' Sheriff
UHr met the trnln and found that
JSTere Iq opposite ends of tho car.
1fOSBMawa to corner the smaller of tho
yK- lar'1 wns ,0 la':c carc
Sc T7cn- UI' to nls ninn, informed
jftPh iron under arrest and ordered
vp h,a hiindn.
0M?JT:l rcacheil for his gun and tho
Marshal hed, the bullet shattering tho
robber's rleht arm.
Fifteen Italian laborers were In the car
asleep and awoke just in time to hear
Hickman suy. "Hold up your hands." and
see him shoot.
Thinking that the train was being hold
up by highwaymen, tho Italians putlod
their guns and commenced llrlng wildly In
all directions, shouting and yelling.
Ono of the Itnllans struck- the Marshal
over the head and ono o tho bullets took
ort his linger, In the excitement the two
desperadoes escaped from the train and
disappeared in the darkness. Shortly af
ter the train had left ono of tho robbers,
who hnd bcon wounded, made his nppcar
anco at the pumphouae. Tho pumpman
notified tho officers and ho was arrested.
Tho prisoner stated that his nnmo la C.
JL Moore, and that ho is a stranger in
lh1?UuSdUlon to a shattered arm, he is
wounded In tho hip. but not seriously.
Ofllccrs on. now In pm suit of hlo com
panion. It Is believed thai these are the
cAllenles robbera and that the man stll
at lm-Ke has the bulk of the booty secured
at Callentes -
SOOD WATERS' RAVAGE
1 CALIFORNIA RANCHES
eto, Cal., Feb. 2G. The most
fift 'tVee hrcalc thnt uas Dccn
4r eVeral years in this part of
Xr?Jnento alley occurred today at
tymmtfli m,lcs from the city.
j5vmr I Wau causod' by the seepage
VjyK trough a gopher hole, the
M?? Eel"nT beyond control. The
ASfirSTft? about 160 feet lonJ? ad thc
. Xvter Is thirty feet high,
uirough the brenk lilec a
iStath 0t t,le wat-er can be heard
tWaV a,nllt as it rushes through
iQutrr. ; lt? estimated that at least
of valuable land will be sub-
The loss will reacli thousands of dol
lars, but by energetic eitorts in closing
the break it la'cxpected to minimize thc
d BontP have been kept busy all after
noon taking people from the lower levee,
but k fur as can be ascertained all were
All down the valley people were
warned Yy telephone, and only those
near the-break were caught In tho over
flow and back-water. About 100 head of
cattle- were drowned.
Th break caused no trouble or appre
hension In the city of Sacramento, as
Ihe break Is below the city limits. Tho
levees about thlH city are Impregnable
and' guard the city on all sides.
Pn-ss Is In a position to declare thtit thorn
will be a dissolution of Parliament with
in hIx weeks, -a ud if, as It In expected, tho
Liberals arc roturncd to power, King Ed
ward will summon Lord Spencer, IJbarul
leader In "the Houe of Lords, to form a
His Majesty ,nd all prominent politi
cians are fully arMrc of thc situation
created by tho Irremrdlal cleavage In
the unionist ranks by fiscal and other dlf
ferences, and they vrd all preparing for a
speedy tall of the Government and a con
sequent general elottlon.
The Government's majorities have been
dwindling gradually cer since, tho begin
ning of the present session of Parliament.
A majority of fifty-one out of a nominal
320 or thereabouts was all the Government
could muster .'tfter a debate of one week
on such an Important plank of Its policy
on thc fiscal question
27. "Russian and
sighted each other
at Sukchen, twenty-five
of P i g- y a n g,
STATION AT PRESENT
Salt Lake Wilt Have to Wait Until July, at Least, Before
Petition Can Be Granted Other Matters of
. . Interest to the West.
(Snrclnl to The Tribuno.i
(By A. F. Philips.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 26.
Senator Kearns is advised) by PostofTlcc
department that the petitions from Salt
Lake asking for establishment of a sub
station poatotlice on East Second South
street, one mile ftom the central office,
forwarded by him to the department,
can not be favorably acted upon at the
present time, owing to exhausted con
dition of the appropriation for clerk
hire; also for fuel and UghL
The appropriations will be available
July 1st. when the matter can be again
Senator Smoot has been advised by
Postofflce department that-an additional
carrier will be glven-to the Proyo post
ofTicc during the school year beginning
Senator Smoot today Introduced a bill
to authorize the Secretary of the In
teriod to extend the trust period pro
vided for In patents for lands In Utah
entered as homesteads by Indians of the
Senator Dubois has been notified by
JAPAN'S NEW TREATY
WITH THE KOREA
Text of Agreement Which Russia
Complains of, and Will Not
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2C The Japan
ese legation has received from Toklo
the text of the treaty negotiated- be
tween Japan and Korea, by the terms
of which the Japanese Government
"guarantee? the Independence and the
territorial Integrity of the Korean em
pire." Thc treaty was negotiated February
23rd at Seoul. Its text follows:
"Mr. Hayashi. the Envoy Extraordi
nary and Minister Plenipotentiary of
his majesty, the Emperor of Japan, and
Maj.-Gcn. Yc Tchl Torig. the Minister of
State for Foreign Affairs, ad interim
of his majesty, have agreed on the fol
"Artlclo 1. For the purpose of main
taining a permanent and solid friend
ship between Japan and Korea and
llrmly establishing peace in the far
East, the imperial Government of Korea
shall place full confidence in tho im
perial Government of Japan and adopt
the advice of the latter in regard to im
provements in administration.
"Article 2. The Imperial Government
of Japan shall, In a spirit of firm friend
ship, insure thc safely and repos of the
imperial house of Korea,
"Article 3. The Imperial Government
of Japan definitely guarantees the inde
pendence and territorial Integrity of the
"Article 4. In case the welfare
of the Imperial house of Korea or th
territorial Integrity of Korea is en
dangered by the aggression of a third
power or by internal disturbances, the
Government of Korea shall Immediately
take such measures as olrcumstances
require, and In puch case the imperial
Government of Korea shall give full
facilities to promote the action of the
Imperial Japanese Government.
"The imperial Government of Japap,
for the attainment of the above men
tioned object, occupy, when tho circum
stances require JU such places as may
be necessary from strategic points of
"Article 5. The Governments of the
two countries shall not In the future.
Without mutual consent, conclude with
a third- power euoh an arrangement -as
GENERAL. VTEWOP JETHG AHG COREA
Korea, but did not come in contact, caoies the Tokio correspondent of the Times. "The Russians are now
moving southward of the Tumen river, -where the roads are extremely bad.
"The changes in the Korean cabinet have brought into power the partisans of the IT. S. and Japan.
the Pension bureau that a pension has
been allowed Alonzo P. Turner of
Hnlley, Ida., of fS per month and' $160
These Presidential postmasters have
been commissioned: Logan, Utah, Jo
seph Odell, new appointee; Nephi, Utah,
Edwin It. Booth, reappointed. Other 1
postmasters commissioned: Cortez.
Nev., Henry Berry; Lund, Nov., Moses
W, Harrison; Valentine, Mont., Mary
On and after March 5th special mall
ervlqe 'bouyeen Hlbbard and Rexburg,
Ida., will be discontinued.
From March 2nd service between Ivy
and Anderson, Ida., will bo increased to
three trips weekly,. Monday, Wednesday
Samuel Gundaker, a former well
known Idaho mining man, is visiting the
capital city. (
Former Gov. Stuenenberg of Idaho
left for home last night after a six
weeks' visit here.
may be contrary to the principles of the
"Article 6. Detail? In connection with
the present protocol shall be arranged
as the circumstances may require, be
tv. een the representative of Japan and
the Minister of State for Foreign Af
fairs of Korea.
COAL MINING TOWN
SINKS INTO EARTH
SCRANTON, Pa.. Feb. 2C One of the
most extensive cave-ln.n that the North
ern Anthracite coal section has ever ex
perienced occurred In West Scrnnton to
day. The cave-In affected an area of
about forty acres. "When thc first. break
occurred the residents became panic
stricken. There are about 200 houses In
tho district affected. Some arc complete
ly wrecked, others arc out of plumb,
while nearly every house lo twisted- to
such an extent that thc doors and
windows cannot be opened.
Witnesses in SmoQt Senate
Investigation Start for
President Joseph F. Smith Will
Head the Parly That Will,
Go East Over the Orogon
Short Lino and Union Pacific
United States Marshal Ben Heywood
and his deputies have been the busiest
men In the State since last Wednesday
afternoon, when they got from Wash
ington the subpoenas for the nineteen
witnesses in the Reed Smoot case. Up
to midnight hist night fourteen of the
papers hnd been served, and it Is
thought that perhaps one more will be
served, but that the others, the wlt
nesxs desired being out of tho State,
cannot ue serveu.
The Murshal and Chief Deputy Smyth
have traveled more than COO miles to
?rve the out-of-town witnesses, und
have placed papers in the hands of the
following: Francis M. Lyman, at Salt
Lake: John Henry Smith, at Salt Lake;
Hvrum M. Smith, at Salt Lake; An
drew Jenson, at Salt Lake; Lorln Har
mer, at Sprlngvlllc; Charles E. Mer
rill, at Richmond; Thomas H. Merrill,
at Richmond: Alma Merrill, at Rich
mond; Moses Thatcher, at Logan; Mer
rlner W. Merrill, at Logan; Joseph F.
Smith, at Salt Lake; Judge Ogden Hlles.
at Salt Lake; Mabel Barber Kennedy
and Mry. Charley Mathews of Marys
llle. The three latter persona were
THREE ON SICK LIST.
Three of the witnesses are known to
; be too 111 to make the trip to Washing
ton, and the certificates of their attend
ing physicians will be sent to the
Senate committee at Washington nn nn
excuse for their non-appearance. Those
reported ill are Moses Thatcher of
Logan, who Is said to have been the
(Continued on Page 2.)
VERDICT OF GUILTY
IN MACHEN CASE
Jury in' Famous Postal Trial Declares Machen, Loreni and
the Groffs Guilty as Charged-Defendants Taken by
Surprise and Give Notice of App2al.
WASHINGTON, Feb, ."Guilty as in
dicted" was tho verdict announced by tho
Jury In the postofflcn conspiracy trial
shortly after S o'clock tonight, stating at
tho samn time that this was tho verdict
as to all four defendants, Aug. W. Mach
en, late general superintendent of the ru
ral free delivery division; George E. Lor
enz of Toledo, Samuol A. Groff and Dlllor
B. Groff of Washington. Thc jury had
been out nine hours.
In tho dlmly-llghted room sat tho four
defendants, who after thc case wns given
to tho Jury hnd been placed In the cus
tody of a United States Marshal n.nd con
fined to tho limit of thc city hall. Ench
wore an anxious look, jvnd n deathlike
allonco fell on the small crowd which had
been pcrmlttod to eptov the room n tho
clerk Inquired of tho foreman If a ver
dict had beon reached.
The Jury as to a man rose, and as tho
words "guilty as indicted" foil frooi tho
foreman's Hps, tho defendants and tholr
counsel aeomcd appalled.
Durlnp tho time tho jury was out tho
four defendants had paced up and down
tho hallway outside thc courtroom and had
given expressions to the belief that each
hour the jury spent In dlscuHBlnp the case
brought them noaror to an acquittal.
There was g-eneral a3tonlHhment that
the Jury had Included In tho conviction
Samuel A. Groff, a Washington pollcu
mun and Inventor of tho Groff fastcnor,
as to whom Holmes Conrad, special coun
sel for thc Government yesterday Informed
the Jury ho did not expect a conviction and
that he personally did not bcllovo In his
Fivo ballots In all were taken. On thc
first ballot tho votn stood 7 to 5 for con
viction; on tho second 8 to I: on thc third
9 to .1: on tho fourth 10 to 2; and on the
fifth the voto wns unanimous.
Immediately nftor tho verdict was ren
dered, Charles Douglass, In behalf of all
four defendants, filed motions for a now
trial, for an arrest of Judgment and for an
appeal, for tho purposu of having the de
fendants admitted to ball.
Ball was then fixed at 420,000 each, tho
bond of Lorenz and tho two Groffs belnp
Increased from 510.000. Whon Mr. Maddox,
on behalf of tho Groffs, Inquired as to tho
amount of ball to bo required of thorn
Justice Pltchard aaldr
"I know no difference between these de
fendants. Tho jury has said they arc jrull
ty and I cannot discriminate, but will treat
Next to Samuel A. Orotf. the mbst sur
prised man was Machen. who said ho was
thunderstruck at the verdict.
Thc four defondnnts will appear before
Juotlco Pltchard tomorrow morning to re
j Russian sol
diers havo seized
the premises of an
! American mining' i IH
1 company at TJn
son, north of fM
Pingyang-, accord- I
SHELLS FROM TOGO'S ii I
. GUNS MISSED ARSENAL l
Port Arthur Ueports Considerable Damage and the 1 I
Silencing of Five Guns at the Fort During the j I
Bombardment by the Japanese Warships. ' I
LONDON. Feb. 27. The reported
landing of Japanese at Posslet bay,
near Vladlvostock has not yet been
The Shanghai correspondent of the
Daily Telegraph has sent in news of
Japanese military operations. He as
serts that the Russians are evacuating
Dalny. The Russians boast that they
havo mined the breakwater, wharves
and railroad sidings at Dnlny in order
to prevent the Japanese from making
use of these facilities. This correspond
ent Tepeats "hat the Russians have sup
plies for only five months at Port Ar
thur, and says a large number of Ja
panese transports have returned to
Nagasaki, where they are hurtly en- i
gaged in embarking more troops to be ,
taken to the neighborhood of Dalny.
More than forty transports have left !
Nagasaki since Febraury 10th, and a
still larger embarkation has been pto- ( ,
cecding from TJJIna, near Hiroshima, on i f
the inland sea. i WM
UJina, and not Kyoto, thc correspond
'ent concludes, will be the army and
navy headquarters during the war.
This correspondent has recently been
in Nagasaki, and is probably well In
formed. In any event, it Is taken for
granted In London that Admiral Togo's
recent operations? are to facilitate the
Japanese debarkation on tho Llaotung
gulf or elsewhere.
WHO GOT BEST OF I
BATTLE, THE QUESTION j I
LONDON. Feb. 2C Just what happaned during the engagements between
the Russian and Japanese forces at Port Arthur Thursday and Friday is dlf- IH
licult to determine. No two of the cabled accounts agree, as will be seen by the i IH
following excerpts from cablegrams received In Russia, under today's date: j
Alexieff to Czar.
"A squadron of the enemy's vessels,
numbering sixteen, approached the for
tress at about H o'clock this morning
and opened a bombardment on the
cruisers Askold. Sayan and Novlka,
which were in the outer harbor, and
also on the fortress. The firing contin
ued for half an hour.
"Then our cruisers went Into thc har
bor. The enemy fired for several min
utes on one of our batteries, and then
began to leave. They stopped within
sight of the fort, but out of range of
"At this time four of the enemy s
cruisers detached themselves from the
squadron and proceeded to Pigeon bay,
where they quickly opened lire on our
torpedo boats that were cruising there.
They directed also a strong cannonade
against the shore. The commandant
consequently sent troops to Pigeon bay.
"The firing lasted for thirty minutes,
but no landing was made. The Japa
nese cruisers then departed. Suitable
measures have been taken to oppose a
possible move on thc part of the enemy
to creep up by sea.
"Our losses this day were one man
wounded at the battery.
"I respectfully report thc above to our
imperial majesty. ALEXIEFF."
Press Dispatch. ,
The Japanese torpedo boat attack of U
February 25th resulted in a Russian 1 IH
success. The accurate shooting of the
batteries inflicted losses on the enemy
and caused the boiler on' one of the
Japanese torpedo boats to explode.
Early In the morning a Japanese fleet, J IM
consisting of six battleships and four ; ' IH
cruisers, appeared on thc horizon. The 11
Russian cruisers Askold, Bayan and i 11
Novlk were then in the harbor and the
I Japanese torpedo boats advanced to i 11
1 -within thirty or thirty-five cable 1 H
lengths to attack them. The Japanese i
hattleshlps and cruisers separated and U H
then advancing again on two Russian IH
torpedo boats cruising in Pigeon bay. ( i jH
One of the latter broke through tho en- H
cmy's lines under a hot fire and reached 'H
harbor. At 10;i5 o'clock a fierce en- H
Ijagement took place between a Japa-
nese battleship and the Russian cruls- ilH
crs. supported by thc shore batteries, j IH
In view of the superiority of the en- IH
emv's six battleships over the three IH
Russian cruisers thc latter were with- IH
drawn. The enemy ceased fire at 11:25
o'clock nnd at 12 o'clock the Japanese. vH
cruisers which were chasing the Rus- H
slan torpedo boats began to fire on the , iH
forts, but the firing did not last long. j H
(Additional War Kcws on Page 8Q ' H
THIS MORNING'S NEWS. l
ALL OVER THE COUNTRY Three
million dollars' worth of business prop
erty destroyed by fire In Rochester, N. Y.
...."sub-postofflco station for Suit Loko
cannot bo granted by department until
July or later.. ..Forty acres of land cave
in at Scranton, Pa., wrecking 2C0 houses.
... Labor troubles In Colorado described
before Congressional committee. .Secre
tary of War sidviscs Yale students to go
to tho Philippines.. ..Machen. Lorcnz and
the Groffs found guilty of postofflco
frauds at Washington. ...Two workmen
killed at Chicago by collapse of a scaf
fold. ...Government printing office said
to be In dangerous condition.. ..American
Countess sues for divorce at St. Louis....
American commander explains alleged re
fusul to rescue Russians at Chemulpo....
Government export reports result of his
experiments with Utah alkali lands....
President Roosevelt elgna proclamation
putting the Panama treaty Into effect....
An early adjournment of Congress Is pre
dicted. FOREIGN SorlouB damage dono by
Japanese bombardment at Port Arthur.
Czar scndti mcssago to Gen. Kuroput-
kln....Jupan lost no warships In Port Ar
thur fight... .Austria proposes lo Join
RufsIil In provonllng outbreak In tho
Balkans. ...Details of the attempt to bot
tl up tha Russian ucat received, at Toklo.
MOUNTAIN AND COAST-Mayor H
Hawley of Boise la a candidate for the ViiH
Democratic nomination for Governor of j
Idaho.. ..Man hit with an axe during sa.- ,(
loon fight at Wolscr. Ida.. ..Nampa, Ida. H
citizens raise a bounty of $20X for brew- j.
cry.. ..Several snowslldes along tho rail- a
road in Wciscr canyon, Ida..., ML Tabor, fi
Or., suffOi-s property los In cyclone.
STATE Surprlso party on Julius Fran-
kel at Park City.... Witnesses In Smoot l, IH
caso leave Logan for Washington... t-
William P. Walter's funeral held nt 11
Wcllsvlllo.... Bridges on the Wober river IH
saved by the use of dynamite Emery J 1
county faimers hold Interesting coaven- t
tion at Orangovillc.... Authorities unable t
to securo cluo lo th bandits who held j,;
up railroad laborers at Calientes. I .
CITY W!lncMt;a In Smoot case ready ! f !
to start for Washington this morning. .. f
Rovlvnl of Interest in baseball matters 1 1
....New slake In southeastern part of th 1
cltv organized with Hugh J. Cannon a? i j
president.. ..Fine lecture on Russia b . M
Rabbi Reynolds.... Wives of two Utah H
convicts work In the coa! mines to grt j I
money to release their hiMDandp Fight u
on among Utah Democrats on the Hear?t 1 '
proposition Beautiful clock given tho 11
Unlvereltv club. ...Salt factory for the
Lucln cut-off.. .Sheriff Emery sued for 1
$5000 damages by a showman. ...Effects (
of smelter fumes on bees.... Flour Jumps j
In price. ...Real fstate transfers. J7J3 J
Yesterday's atock sales, 10.3SJ shares for
Jt350.-I2....0ro nnd bullion ecUUraents
during-tho day, JS3)m H