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liS STJXDAT MOBXIXG, DECEMBER is ,'. .
i pagbtwbevis THE SALT LAJSE TBIBTCsTE.
1 Attorney Pleads Not
H informs CoUrt That His
H Client Does Not Care .
W for .Bail.
M Requests Privilege of CHhiiglng Plea
1m , if It Should Bcconio '
l CLEVELAND, Dec. 17. Mrs. Chadwlck
HR! was arraigned before Judge "Wins oC Uic
M United Stntca District court tltla attcr-
Iflj noon, pleaded not guilty to every chargo
HB brought against her. declined to give ball
ffjfl and was remanded to Jail to await trial.
President Bockwilh and Cashier Spoar
uH pf the Citizens'' National bnnl: of Oberllh,
JH 'were arraigned' at the same time and were
iH allowed to depart after furnishing bonds,
Iffl each of the amount of J25.MO, an Increaso
fflj of ?J5,O0O over the value of the bond they
IB hnd previously given.
Hj It was deemed, best 16 havo the Indicted
jjfl persons called on Saturday, at a time
H when few peopld Would bo expecting to
HI ace them In court. Instead of at a regular
cession, when a multitude of curious pcr-
sons would attempt to invade the court-
room. Not more than thirty persons wero
111 present when Judge Wing took his scat to
preside for the arraignment 'only. Court
Wm was adjourned as soon as It was ovor, tho
9fl ; entire session not lasting longer than flf-
H! teen minutco. '
1H Prisoner Was Veiled.
H Few persons were about the jail when
flH i Mrs. Chr.dwlclc entered tho-carrlnge to bo
B , taken to the courthouse. Neither wore
fl thnre any persons about the Federal court
flH j building when' the vehicle drew Up in
fln front of it. She entered the courtroom so
M ; heavily veiled that It was Impossible to
SB ' see her face She walked feebly and was
jfl supported at every step.
HH A3 soon as Mrs. Chndwlck had taken
BH i her seat in the dock District Attorney
HSU Sullivan called the other two defendants
Mini to the front of the courtroom. He then
BHJI , irt formed the court the nature cf the case
Hnffl ; against tin? three defendants.
Bn Mr. Dawiey. rising, said:
MNr "Your honor, wo plead not 'guilty to all
IHJ 1 of the charges."
nUJ There was a pause and nobody spoko
HHJI ; either for Beckwllh or Spear.
HH "r understand that Mrs. Chndwlck
MD pleads not guilty." said Judge Wing, "but
HIQ is that the plea of tho other defendants?"
MM Beckwith and Spear hastily exclaimed:
H "We plead not guilty."
H Asked lo Pis Boil.
Hi "I would like to have your honor fix the
MH amount of bail to be given by tho defend-
hHI ants." said District Attorney Sullivan.
Ill i "Your honor, said Mr. Dawiey, "In en-
Ufl ' tcrlng a plea of not guilty, I should like
Mfl lnc Privilege of withdrawing It, If we
HUB. should, at u later time, deem It advisable
UN to do so. I have had no opportunity ns
M ct to examine this case, and really know
BBS very little about It. I would ask that the
MflB court does not fix the bonds until later.
EHl , We are making no application for bail."
BflD "You appear for Mrs. Chadwlck alone?"
mKb asked the judge,
FJM ! "She is now In custody, Is she not?"
HI : "In cases whero a prisoner is In custody
i nnd ball Is to bo given,'' said tho court,
aHr "the Initial moves must come from tho
HBJ person so held. If that person does not
HO , risk for liberty and prefers to remain In
DM custody, there Is no need of fixing any
iKjfl amount of ball. I understand that Mrs.
HI . Chadwlck docs not wish lo give ball, and
MM : she can remain In custody."
Hn Ended Case for Mrs. Chad wick.
I "That Is perfectly 'satisfactory lo the
' Government." said District Attorney Sul
livan, and ti:e case, ho far as Mrs. Chad
wlck vau concerned, was ended.
It had previouslv been arranged with
Di.strlci Attorney S-Jlllvar. that Beckwith
and Spar. who were already under bonds
of $in,fA, -hoiild give an additional bond
of "a th. The bonds were approved
and ih coui t at once adjourned.
Th r-iture of the proceedings was a
puzzle lo Mrs. Chadwlck. The affair had
been ?o hnstlly arranged that she had no
previous knowledge of It and had no Idea
of what It meant.
When the Judge left tho bench sho re--turned
to Mr. Dawiey and asked:
k "What docfi It mean? Why was I
"It is Just a formality." replied Mr.
Dawiey, "and fixes, for tho time being,
your standing before tho court. There is
nothing In it that affectr, tho Issue of tho
trial one way or tho other."
This was an evident relief to Mrs. Chad
wlck, and she rosn to lcavo o room in a
manner much moro energetic than that
in which she had entered It
Sent for Carriage.
After leaving the courtroom Mrs. Chad
wlck found that her carrlago was not
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waiting for her. To avoid being stared at
bv tho persons in the hallway, Mrs. Chad
wick asked to bo taken where there was
no crowd, and deputies led bur back to
the elevator, which was run lo tho second
tloor. There she remained till tho car
riage was procured.
On reaching thn Jail Mrs. Chadwlck was
perceptibly weaker than when she hnd
started for the court Sho healtiitedlft al
most every ntcp and several times ap
peared to bo on the verge of collapse.
After she had reached hor quarters in tho
Jail Dr. Wall again examined Mr. Chad
wlck and found her condition as good a3
could, be oxpeoted.
Mrs. Chndwlck requested that medicine
brought from New York be pent to her.
it In In tho possession of Jaljer Egfers,
i and Dr. Wall ordered tjiat it b6 not given
her, Ho said she was under hio treatment,
nnd whllo tho drlig3 may be perfectly
harmless, ho was, ncvortlifcloss, unite-'
qualnted with .tho prescription "and did not
car.o to havo her tako the medicine.
Nurse and Son Barred.
.Sheriff Barry was todny lirm In his de
termination" not lo allow rJinll, Mrs. Chnd
wick's r.on. or Freda Swanstorm, her
nurse, to see the prisoner. Both have
heretofore, through the kindness of Sher
iff Barry, been. allowed lo oall on her, but
today tho Sheriff declined to admit them,
as Marshal Chandler had ordered
Sheriff Barry declared to Marshal Chan,
dlor that lie was responsible for tho wo
man's keeping nnd could not afford to al
low any'but her counsel or those who ob;
tain an order from tho Government offi
cials to. visit, lien. Barry declared that if
they are to be admitted Judge Wing of
tho Federal court must summon and order
him lo do It In person. .
Mr. Dawiey was asked .tonighlMf he In
tended lo have his client plead guilty at
some tlmo later.
"Mv request did not mean that, ho re
plied." "1 simply wanted the privilege, and
that was the time to ask for it."
CAN'T FATHOM HER.
Beckwith Thinks There's Something I
Back of Mrs. Chadwlck. .
CLEVELAND, O., Doc. 17. In an ln
tcrviow here today President Beckwith
"1 still believe there Is something back
of Mrs. Chnd.vlck. ronicthlng Hint lias not
nppoaivd. something I cannot fathom,
something I cannot understand. I know
not what It Is, but . I believe there Is
something back of all this. If there Is
nothing there but wind, then this has
been tho -biggest and cleverest swindle
of the ace."
"Have you really a hope left?" ho was
."No, I would not Say that. It Is not
a hope. 1 can hardly say what It Is,
but there Is something there, something
bnck of all this. It Is not possible that
all Hhls should go on with nothing back
of it. "It )s not possible."
How He Mot Her.
Mr. Beckwith snld that Mrs. Chadwlck
had done business with his bank for
sOmo time before ho .nade hor acquaint
ance. The Increased vloans' wero referred
to the president by Cashier Spear for ap
proval and In this mnnner Mrs Chad
wlck. and President Beckwith became ac
quainted. Mr. Beckwith said that he
personally has lost moro than $100,000, all
that ho had In the world, through tho
failure of tho bank. He cares not for
that, however, and says he only regrets
the losses to the depositors.
President Beckwith was asked If there
was any one thing upon which he based
his faith In Mrs. Chadwlck. Ho replied.
"Yes. and no. There were many things.
Sho told of her dead uncle, showed mo Ills
picture and wove a story around It. She
told me of Carneglo and all those things.
These were moro details which built up
and supportd tho main thing. I trusted
in tho word of Iri Reynolds. That was
the one Important thing I had faith In.
Didn't Tell All.
"All of this has not been told yet; there
Is a llttlo more. Everything was not told
In tho statement I gave Mr. Sullivan not
that I did not want him to havo It, but
I did not think ho cared for that. Ho can
have it If he desires.
"Tho thing to watch now Is Pittsburg.
Thero may be something Interesting there.
That will develop and all como out In
"How much do you suppose sho bor
"So far as I have any knowledge, It was
$135,000. Thero may bo moro that I do
not know of."
"Was there more than ono who lent her
money In Pittsburg?"
"Yes, but I cannot say who thoy were "
Emll Hoover, son of Mrs. Chadwlck,
and her maid, Freda, have been sum
moned by Receiver Looser to appear be
fore Referee In Bankruptcy Remington
Monday morning und give such Informa
tion us they may have regarding tho
property possessed by Mrs. Chadwjck.
Mrs. Chadwlck Is also expected to appear
before the referee Monday for examina
tion. Owing to her physical condition tho
examination may be deferred.
Had Several Fainting Spoils.
Eefore Dr. Wall arrived at tho Jail Mrs.
Chadwlck had several moro fainting
spells. The matron became excited and
hastily called for Sheriff Barry, who was
In his offlco below. Tho Sheriff gavo her
a stimulant and after several minutes
sh6 revived, a
Dr. Wall found, after examination of
tho prisoner, that her condition was no
worse than he had previously announced.
He repeated the statement that sho wa3
"completely exhausted and needed rest.
Bringing articles to Mrs. Chadwlck In
violation of the jail rules, It was declared
later, was tho cause of Sheriff Barry's
rclusal to allow the nurso und the son of
Mrs. Chadwlck to see the latter.
Reads tho Newspapers.
PARIS, Dec. 17. Dr. LeRoy S. Chadwlck
of Cleveland Is still here. Ho resents fur
ther inquiries concerning the caso of Mrs.
Casslo L. Chadwlck or his connection with
It. He spends much time at the French
branch of the Young Men's Christian as
sociation following tho American papers.
BASILICA NOT IN DANGER.
Shows Signs of "Weakness but Has
Been Carefully Protected.
ROME, Dec. ' 17, Architect Manfred!,
author of tho, report of tho condition of
tho basilica- of St. Mark's, Venice, Is
now In Rome and has written to tho '
Ilalla sayjng that tho measures proposed
In the report are sufficient to prevent the
damage becoming worse, and that urgent
and indispensable work ha3 been going
on with great activity and caro since last
"Every exaggerated Impression In
Italy and abroad," Signor Manfredl con
tinues, "can therefore be dispelled. The
great monument presents somowhat
grave signs of weakness and disintegra
tion, but through tho efficacious restora
tions begun, especially thoso proposed In
the report. It will long bo preserved."
Minister of Public Instruction Orlando,
answering an interrogation by Deputy
Snntlna In tho Chnmbcr of Deputies to
day regarding the basilica of St. Mark's,,
Venlec. said that the condition of tho
'basilica wn that of almost all tho Venl
titth monuments because of the long neg
lect In which thoy wero left, but that
the present exaggerated alarm Justified
the scheme for restoration, which had
boon well studied and poncVTred over. He
concluded by assuring Deputy Santlna i
that he had ordered compluto restoration
of the basilica to be made immediately,
and snld that It would be executed with
out regard lo expense.
Rate From St. Louis to Portland.
lOnTLnND, Or.. Dec. 1". Tlio Interested
railroads havo aCTeed upon a rate of CO cents
por.cwt. In carload lots from St. Louis to
I'ortlanil for exhibits of various kinds des
tined for tho Lmvla nnd Clark exKxltlon.
Thfl commodltlrs Include horticultural, uprl
cultural, roj?L)s and cereals, building mate
rlnls for exhibit purposc.i which, owinp to
th lr nature, nmy not bo returned lo tlio
original point of shlpmcut, Tho rata la cf
factlYQ at once.
Arguments for Appeal
Gaynor and Greene Extradi
tion Case Now Awaits
American Presentation o Legal
Points Didn't Meet With Op
LONDON, Dec. 17. The Privy Council,
which yesterday began hearing the ap
peal of the United States against the de
cision of-the Justlco st the Crown aL
Quebec, in tho ensn of Green and Gny
nor, -adjourned nt tho doircltiplon of the
arguments today. Judgment will be ren
dered "December 10.' ... ,
Donald MncMaster, K. C. of Montreal,
concluded his argument In behalf of tho
United States today, and wns followed by
Ifirbot-L II. Asqullh. former Homo Secre
tary, representing the two respondents.
Mr. Asuullh oontonded there was no
ground for the Intervention of tho Privy
Council. The moat their Lordships couid
do wan to express an abstract opinion on
the merits of (he- casa. Mr. Asoulth com
plained of the form In which tho Ameri
can Government hnd presentcM tho caso.
It seemed lo him highly Improper. Ho
rf-nu a paragraph In tho American
printed caso, beginning, "whether tho
Judge in the discharge of his duty" and
ondlpc,. "nor Indeed do, they think It
necessary lo do so " Mr. Asqujlh said
ho' "considered It was a serious matter
that suggestions of this kind should be
made In a printed document In a legal in
quiry of thla description."
! Absolutely Irrelevant.
The Lord Chancellor, Lord Salisbury.
c( ncurred, saying: ....... . .
"The question contained In tnat extract
Ih absolutely Irrelevant to the question
ot Legality. I must deprccato tho Intro-,
diictlon of such matters In the appellant s
case. They cannot affect our Judgment
on Its merllG."
Tho paragraph in question .Is as rol-
l0"Whelhcr a Judge In the discharge of
his duty who certainly has done nothing
to merit ouch treatment may bo threat
ened with discipline, 'Judiciary or admln
lstratlve.' by a law partner of the Minis
ter of Justice and Attorney of Canada;
whether ono Judge of tho Superior court
can cnuse his writ of liabcau corpus to
issue here re another Judge of the same
court has disposed of a prior writ Issued
In regard lo the same matter; whether It
Is seemly that tlio petition of the latter
writ should bo applied tor in tho nnmo of
a law ilrm in which the MInlatcr of Jus
tice and Attorney of Canada Is a partner
and of which the Premier of Quebec Is
also a partner, and that nearly a month
should elapse and several proceedings In
tervene before It was discovered that tho
whole name of the firm nhould not hnvo
boon used.' but' only threo-ilftlis thereof;
whether equally It la seemly that th
partner of tho Attorney-General of tho
province of Quebec (the latter fteln? a
member of the Provincial. Cabinet and a
collcngue of the Premier of tho province),
ahould bo counsel for tho fugitives; whoth
or it Is proper that tho crown should be
unrepresented throughout (.ho protracted
proceedings, Involving-not. only serious,
charges, but International trcnty obllga-
Hons are matters upon which tho ap
pellants do not at this tlmo dcslro to make
any further comment nor indeed do they
think It necessary to do so."
Confident of Decision.
Mr. MacMaster said to the Associated
PrcnH that ho was confident tho decision
of tho Privy Council would bo In his fa
vor, but ho declined to say what would
bo the next stop of the United Stalcu at
torneys. Mr. Miicbistcr did not expect
Greene and Gaynor to Hurrcnder for ex
tradition. As to Mr. AHqulth s complaint, Mr. Mac
Master said It would havo no effect on
tho case. Mr. MacMaster agreed that tho
paragraph referred to by Mr, Asqulth was
Irrelevant, but he added that by taking
exception to It tho respondents empha
sized the point mado by the American
Mr. MacMaster has loft for Queenstown
to ovcrtnko tho steamship Campania,
which sailed from Liverpool today for
Sale Postponed Again.
B12LL1NGHAM. Wash.. Dec. 17 The
Pacific Packing and Navigation company
salo was todny again adjourned, after a
few small blda had been received by tho
masters In chancery. Unsold proporty In
the Alaskan Jurisdiction will bo offered
nt Juneau December .11, and In tho Wash
ington Jurisdiction at Bolllngham Jan
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