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NUMBER 3550 zcco W WASHINGTON ASHINGTO M0ATD11Y IOND YEVENING I3 + iEINCx JFEBRTTAIIX FETIR11AIt 29 1904 r PRICE ONE CENT
KNOX EXAMINES EXAMINESP
P ANAr A CANAL CANALcornp
cornp COMPANY ANY TITLE TITLEMiay TITLEec
May Ma v Be BessarY Considered Nec Necessary Necssary ec ¬
ssary to Send e1d i Repre Representative Representative Repreo ¬
sentative to t o Paris ParisTREASURY ParisTREASURY
TREASURY CALL CALLHELD HELD HEL HELAssistant D UP UPAssistant
Assistant Attorney General GeneralCharles Generalharles GeneralCharles
Charles Charles harles W Russell May MayRepresent MayS ay ayRepresent
Represent U S SThe STho
Tho Dpartment D artmont of Justice has taken takenup takenup takenup
up the question of the validity valid It of o thetitle the thetitle thetitle
title to the Panama Canal held by the thePanama thePanama thePanama
Panama Canal Company Com pan Investigations Investigationsto
to determine whether there Is any an cloud cloudon cloudon cloudon
on that title tll1e are now being made It Is Isexpected Ise Isexpected
expected e pocted it will soon be decided whether whetherIt hother hotherit
It is necessary to send a representative representativeof
of the department to Paris ParisAttorney ParisAUbrne ParisAttorney
Attorney AUbrne General Knox who was at attho attho atthe
tho White hlto House this morning having havingJust havingjust havinglust
Just returned from Palm Beach Indi Indicated Indicated indicated ¬
cated that no decision had been reached reachedas reachedas
as to whether an official would be sent to toParis toParis toParis
Paris About a year oar and a half hal ago As Assistant Assistant Assistant ¬
sistant Attorney General Charles W WRussell WRussell WRussell
Russell was sent over oerthere there to investigate Investi Investigate Investtgnte ¬
gate the title and It Is not improbable improbablethat Improbablethat improbablethat
that he will 111 again go over on a L similar similarmission similarmission similarmission
mission missionPending missionPemllng missionPending
Pending the action of the Department Departmentof
of Justice the call on the banks will not notbe notbe notbe
be issued Secretary S Cretar Shaw who has re returned returned returned ¬
turned from Now York Is holding holdln the thecall thecall thecall
call back until the matter of o validity of oftitle ortltlo oftitle
title is fully disposed of and it Is un uncertain uno uncertain ¬
o certain > 11aln when the call will come If an anofficial anofficial anofficial
official of the Department of Justice ustice e has hasto hasto hasto
to go to Paris and his report has to be beawaited beaaltcd beawaited
awaited there will be a delay of several severalweeks severalweek severalweeks
weeks week at tho least leastPANAMA It leastPANAMA > ast astPANAMA
PANAMA NOMINATIONS NOMINATIONSSENT NOMINATIONSSENT NOMINATIONSSENT
SENT TO THE SENATE SENATEThe SENATETho
The President today toda sent to f the he Senate Senatethe Senatef Senatethe
the f fc fallowing1 lowing nominations nominationsIC6ibttfohalrmnn nomJrmUonsi
IC6ibttfohalrmnn 5 bi i j9 aI airman r JpRnor of tub Isthmian Canal CanalCdmmfsSlqP GanalcPrnmt Canalg
g cPrnmt C CdmmfsSlqP niWf 19nnoor Rear Admiral 7om olmG olmGVdlker fJ fJWitlker Gr
Walker U S N Nl6ttred retired District of ofColumbia oC oCCOlumbt ofColumbi
Columbia ColumbiaTo COlumbtTo ColumbiTo
To bo nismbors of the Isthmian I thmtan Canal Canalnmisaldn Canalro
ro i nmisaldn nmlsslonuaj MaJ Gen JjOree oree r T5t ttvls ttvlsr vis visIT is
IT r S t L Iredof lrPd of the District DIstrictlumbta Diatrietlumbia >
lumbla William lllIam Barclay DarcIa Parsons of ofNew orNow ofNow
Now York William lIIlam H Burr of New NewYork NewYork
York Benjamin M 01 Harrod of Louis LouisIana Louisiana
Iana Carl Ewald Crunsky of California CaliforniaFrank CaliforniaFrank
Frank J Hooker of Michigan MichiganTne MichiganThe MichiganThe
Tne The question of compensation for formembers formembers formembers
members of of the canal commission is not notyet Jotot Plotyot
yet ot settledThe settled settledThe sQttIedThe
The President will fix the compensa compensation compenSRtlon compensation ¬
tion until Congress Congre adjusts it It will willprobably wUlprobLbly
probably be about 516009 150 < > > a year iMlr and andthere andthere an anthere d
there is said to be a probability probablltt that th thchairman the theChairman thechairman e
Chairman will get no more than any anyother an3other an another
other member memberDESTROYED memberOAMUEN memberQAMEN
OAMUEN BUSINESS BLOGK BLOGKU BLO BLODE8TRUYE
DESTROYED U BY FLIES FLIESFireJ FLAM ftAMEFir4Threatened ES ESFir
FireJ Fir Fir4Threatened Threatened to Wipe Out DelawarTownTotal Delaware DelawareTown DelawareTownTotal e
t Town TownTotal Total Loss Estimated Estimatedat
at 30000 30000DOVER 30OOODOVER 3ooaoDOV16R
DOVER Del Feb 38 IA A whole block blockof bl blockof k kofbrllCk
of ofbrllCk brick buildings was wa destroyed de troye < < by b fir firoarly fire firfoar fireearly
early oar today toda In Camden Del three mile milefrom miler mlleJtfrom milerfrom
from this city elt The fire wait wa not broughtunder brought broughtunder broughtunder
under control until after 8 oclock and andby andb andby
by b that time th the building occupied by bythe b btho bythe
the local 1 1 branch of the th Baltimore Trust TrustCompany TruittCO11pan TrustCompany
Company the opera house and severe severestore lleverast severalstores
store st stores r had aael been n destroyed destroyedA dNtroyedKtelphone
A Ktelphone telephone message asking a kJnK for help helpwas hellassent helpwas
was assent s sent nt to thin town and It was rtu rtumertd ru rumwed rumoral
moral here her that the lire teas w the result resultof resultor resultof
of an at a attempt to rob the bank Th Thflames The Thtt11mOlS Ther
r flames Ilern s were cl t1l 1seovered covered Just Ju t before day daylight daylight a alIght ¬
light and followed a loud explosion la laone laon laone
on one of the th burned buildings buildingsThe buUcJlttaThe buildlagsThe
The town t wn nan no Are engine n and aat no nopublic 1tOpu nopublic
public pu Ue water supply so bucket brigade brigadewere In1aderwere brigaderwere
were > formed and the th water was waslroin pas pasf psae psaefromn
f lroin rein hand 04 te t hand The whole towstsar tows tewtovftte toeWkaM
tsar aM aroused and the people peopI locked kt to tothe tothe tothe
the scene ninny ny in scant attire to help helpfight hel helflaht
fight 1 < < t the UteArt name nameAfter basses bassesAfter
After Art fighting for several v l hours hour thetire the thenre thefire
fire was gotten under control c rbout tt10oclock IJG IJGodock M Moclock
oclock but not before a whole block blockWIM blockYollt bockwaa
WIM in ruin ruins The M only provision on the thetown thetown
l town has for flgbring Are to I a hook and andladder andladdfr andladder
ladder company and tho work accom accompltahed AceompllMhed accomplished
pltahed by Its mel1lM members saved ted the townfrom town townfrom townCrom
from destruction destructionIt destryclion1t trvcUon trvcUonJt
It was Wa reported here Itnethat that the First FirstNational FIratNatiOnal FirstNational
National Rank wa was burned raed but lateracounta later lateraccount JauraeeountM
account are to the th effect eet that it wassaved was wass wasSIiIVe
s SIiIVe saved v L The Th total lo loss s to estimated thnated at atWEATHER atWEATHER
11000
WEATHER REPORTThere REPORT REPORTThere REPORTThore
There will be rain tonight in tho upper upperQhlo upperQhlo upperQhio
Qhlo valley vaJlv the U middle Atlantic and andnorthern andnortiftft andnorthern
northern portion of the south AtlanticStatee Atlantic AtlanticStates AtlanticStute
States continuing tomorrow In th thmiddle the themldat themiddltt
middle Atlantic States ates There will be berain berain btrain
rain or snow amo principally snow In tht thelower thtlower thtlower
lower lake 1ak region tonight continuing continuingtomorrow contlnuln contlnulntomolT continuingtomorrow
tomorrow tomolT w except cert in northwestern Ohio Ohiobe OhioIn OhioIn
In th the east 8t GuI Gulf States the weather will vlIrbe willbe
be fair fairIt tairJt fairIt
It will win be warmer tonight In the themiddle tllOmIddle themiddle
middle Atlantic A tlaBUc States and colder in theOhio the theOhio theOhio
Ohio valley 1J It will be bes colder lder tomorrow tomorrowIn
i In tho mld middle e Atlantic States Stat es Ohio Val Valley Valley ral ralJe ¬
ley Je and < the cast Gulf Oul States StatesTHE StateTHE StatesTHE
THE SUN SDKSun SUNSun SUNSun
Sun BOa today fi2 p m mSun 1ftSun mSun
Sun rlsos tomorrow tomorrowiai 8i Ii a mTing m mTIDE mTJnE
TIDE TABLE TABLEHigh TABLEHigh I
High tI tdt toduy t < J1Jy CMb p in inHigh 111UIh utHigh
High tide tomorrow 700 a m742 m 7f2 p mLow m mLow I
Low tide U c tlTIfJrrIW124 tomorrow 124 a m 1 IU 41 p r m
r L
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I I FOUR PROMINENT lAP JAPANESE ANES ARMY OFFICERS I
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FIELD MARSHAL KATSURA KATSURAOne KAT KATSURAOne SURA SURAOne
One of the ablest of the Japanese Japanesegenerals Japanesegonerals Japanesegenerals
generals who has served as attache attacheabroad attache attacheabroad attacheabrond
abroad abrond as an officer in several sev ral cam campaigns campaigns eampalgns ¬
paigns and as minister of war and andprime andprime andprime
prime minister
I LIEUTENANT GENERAL OSHIMA OSHIMAOne OSHIMAOne i
One of the two generals g > erals of the same samename sl samename e ename
name who has performed perlorm d brilliant ieiW ieiWvice t sir sirvice r
vice for his country in time of warbled waiahdin wn warbledIn iJfii iJfiiIn j
in preparing for war 11
1
Will Push Postoffice PostofficeCases PostofficeCases PostofficeCases
Cases Along RapidlyDistrictAttorney Rapidly RapidlyDistrict RapidlyDisfrictAttorney
District DistrictAttorney Attorney Beach and Postmaster Gen General Genera General ¬
eral era I Payne Well Pleased Over Result Resultof Resultof esult esultof
of the Machen Trial
UThe The prosecution vrosecu tlen of Poatofflce Po toftlce caseswill cases caseswill CRII8w1ll
will be pushed > Along as rapidly rapid I as possible pos possible possible ¬
sible sibleThis sibleJTnls sibleTnis
This Is the statement made today byDistrict by byDistrict byDistrict
District Attorney A ltorne Beach BeachAir Beach1tlr BeachMr
Air Beach Is in an excellent XcltJle t humor humorand hUJtiOtand husnoiand
and is naturally naul 1Jy dIIlghtedWftbthp dullghUMl wth the rc rcsultkdfKtha rcsulCAdf3thii c csultdC
sultkdfKtha sultdC sulCAdf3thii < th iraahans 1lhtihJ li Leriil LorahX ror z and t1 Groft Grofttria1 rflrt rflrttrl
v vIn
tria1 trl l lIn R RIn
In a brief discussion of othe the ther greatamount great treatamount groatamount
amount of work necessary nece ary to accomplish accomplishi accompllfhthe aceomplljhthe
i the conviction of the defendants dren ants le lepckc l lI Let
j I sprite In t hicH hlClttt x t tNrme t rms of the Hart part
I taken by b his first assetunt ass nt Iiubh IiubhTaggart Hu h hI 1 1Taggart
J I Taggart Special Svecl l Counsel Coun el Holmes Conrad Con Conrad Conra ¬
1 rad ra Assistant A el8tant Attorney Attorne General Purdy PurdyAssistant Purd Purdf PurdyAssistant
j Assistant Assistant Attorney Kelgwln Postofflce PostofflceInspector PostofflceInspector PostosflceInspector
Inspector Mayer layer and others who gave gaveassistance ga gaassistance gaveassistance
assistance in the caseReturning case caseReturning castReturning
Returning to the consideration con lderatlon of th thprosecution thprcsecuUon tlta tltaprosecution
prosecution of the Postofllee cases Mr MrBeach MrBeach 11 11Beach
Beach said he did not think It would be beresumed beresumed beresumed
resumed for about about b Yt a month This de delay deloy doay ¬
lay l ay he said will be to allow the courts courtsto courtllto
to take up the great number of Jail Jailcases Jtillcoes
cases awaiting trial trialHe trialHe trialRe
He further said I that It has h not yet yetbeen yetheen yetbeen
been settled which of the cases will next nextbo nextbe xt xtbo
bo called He is of o the opinion however how however ¬ I Iever
ever that one on of the bribery cases will willbe willbe 111 111be
be the next to be triedPostmaster tried triedPostmaster triedPostmaster
Postmaster General Payne and First FirstAssistant FirstAs FirstAssistant
Assistant As l tnt Postmaster Po tmABter General Wynne Wynnehave Wyanehave rune runehAve
have been the recipient of many thee theesages mes messages hos hosges ¬
sages ges of congratulation upon the out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come of the trial of Machen WAch n and those thotewho UIOMwho thosewho
who were indicted with him Letters Letterstelegrams Letteratelegorams Letterstelegrams
telegrams telephone messages and call callers callers callera ¬
ers have been pouring in upon them eve ever eversince pversince r
since the verdict of the Jury was an announced announced announced ¬
nounced nouncedWhen nouncedhen nouncedWhen
When hen seen l by y a Times reported today todayGeneral tO todayGeneral Il IlGenera
General Payne said he felt that he h e
could not say 81 very ver much rnUf about the matter mat matter matter ¬
ter but made a short statement statementI
I feel he said that the Postofflee PostoffleeDepartment PoetofficeDepartment PostoffceDepartment
Department Is s deserving of congratulation congratula congratulation congratulation ¬
tion upon the outcome of the investiga investigation Inv investiaties ttgn ¬ l ltJon
ties That Th t it should have been cleared clearedof clearedr clearedof
of r tho th thotte who h were dafraufllnfr draU I lnT jl ffjt It is a ainost n nnst amjtat
inost nst 4tltp happy c event vent ont I thl thhfJ tl aH dlltho5 dlltho5oitt 11 vthoaft vthoaftoUesfuB t t1ftBftre
oUesfuB oitt 4tle 4tleaided diEfoapaTtmD tntfUopHTtma t hyf lt ltaided Va4t i
i aided in the ruiinlnfTtlf rurinl e uf t Arth srth at Of r crdolc crdolcoSmssn er creo o c cI todness
I oSmssn is des deSfftTJng rrlng of o the th thanks or orosted ort1f oftle
t1f I t Vfl t n m n and aU wlo 1 are In 1ntr 1ntrested Lr LrI =
I osted e ted in honest administration of Govern Gov Govern Govern ¬
ern n nt tit ai a aGeneral r rGeneral rQ rQGeneral
General Wynne said he felt he could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not make any statement but the tot following f01lowing totlowing ¬
lowing extract from a letter he has haswritten Baswritten haswritten
written an intimate friend expresses e resses his hisfeelings hisfeelings hisfeelings
feelings feelingsI
I am seriously satisfied atlsttedln in the verdict verdictThe verdictThe erdlctThe
The thieves have come to justice at last lastthank lastthank lastthank
thank God not for the punishment they theywill thl thlm theywill
will m get but for or the opportunity it gives giveshonest gheshont giveshonest
honest people to draw a free breath It Itis Itis
is to the credit of the District of Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia at last that a Verdict has beenrbtained been beenobtained beencbtalned
obtained in conformity with evidencefurnished evidence evidencefurnished evidenceCurnl
Curnl furnished hed by the GovernmentHEARING Government GovernmentHEARING GovenummtHEARING
HEARING OF ARGUMENT ARGUMENTINJTHEJYNER ARGUMENTI
INJTHEJYNER I IN J THE TYNER CASE CASEArguments CASEArgument8 CAS CASArguments E
Arguments will be heard tomorrow in inthe inthe mthe
the Court of Appeals o = the special ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal of James N Tjner T nr and Harrison HarrisonJ I1rrl on onJ
J Barrett from the decision of Justice JusticePritchard JUfttle8Pritchard JustiePritchard e
Pritchard who overruled their demurrer demurrerto
to the indictment against apln t them chare chareing char charttag l ltRI
tRI conspiracy conspiracyWhen COtplrRcWhen
When the hearing he rtn In this th case is con concluded concluded coneluded ¬
cluded the appeals of Henry Henr R Elliott Elliottand Elllotlan Bi11otand i
and an John A Moss will 111 IMS called It is isexpected IIII ii iiexpected
expected that the argument In all thezj thezjcases the ther
I cases will IIlbe be concluded tomorrow tomorro I
I
Figures of War HeroesFo Heroes HeroesFor HeroesFor
For Fo r Statuary S atuary Terrace TerracePresident Terracet 1 errctc errctcPresident e
t I IPresident
President Approves Frederick the Great Na Napoleon NapOleon Napoleon ¬
poleon Caesar and Alexander the Great Greatfor Greatfor I II Itor I
tor for Grounds of Army War College I
Frederick 1r d rtek the Great Napoleon Caesar Caesarand Caeurand Caesarand
and Alexander the Great are the four fourwarriors CourwttrrJoIIII foureztrrlors
warriors whose Yolao e statues will have a place placeon placeOft placeom
on Statuary Terrace In the grounds srou of oftne oft ofthe
the t new Army War 1 CollegePresident College CollerePresident ColleePI8tI
President PI8tI nt Roosevelt has I + vx exlwessed xlweue pressed his hisapproval hi hiaplroval hisapproval
approval of this quartet ut statues atat andCongress and andCongress AndConsrnB
Congress will w ll doubtless dotlbtl8 8 be asked at this thissession thiNJ thissession
session to appropriate money mon for UKUTO UKUTOof ngur ngurof e eof
of Napoleon hJttK leon Caesar and Alexander the theGreat th thGreat thar
J Great ar t the statue of Frederick Fr er1ek the Great GreatSUFFRAGE GrNtn GrNtSUFFHAGE GreatSUFFRAGE n
SUFFRAGE CASES ON ONIN ONIN ONIN
IN SUPREME COURT COURTTlie COURT4t COURTThe
4t 4tTbe
The cases CAH of OcwnUAm William H Jones Will Willlam WIlIJam Willlam
lam S Selden et al Virginia neroes neroeswho nf neroeswho > r rwho
who claim to have been n disfranchised dlsfranchbmibecause dllffmnck dllffmnckHeaWHt disfranchisedbecause
because of their color by the new Ite con constitution conUtutlon constitution ¬
stitution of Virginia VI tnla came cum up again In Inthe Inth Inthe
the th Supreme Court of the United States Statestoday Sbtt68todAY Statestoday
today in a l motion on behalf of the thuState theStRte theState
State of Virginia Ylrda to dismiss l the coin coinplaint comI coinplaint
plaint plaintAs I plaintAs tJnt tJntAa
As the caves which have been on the thedocket thedocket thisdocket
docket for more than a II year will b bargued be bear beargued
argued ar UM on their merit in a short timethe time timethe timethe
the court postponed J > the motions sub submitted submitted ull ullmltted ¬
mitted today toda until after the iMariog lri K ofthe of ofthe o othe
the cases casesNEW ca caNEW caNEW
NEW REPRESENTATIVE SWORN ill I2fWhen illWhen INWhen
When the House jlmlM I met today George Ge rye A ACastor ACutor ACastor
Castor who was elected to J succeed IIU to totb wthe tothe
tb the seat of o the late Representative nntatfvenllrl RepresentativeIlarh UepresentatlvBurl
Burl f rC > t Philadelphia Pd lphlM was presented by byMr hylr byMr
Mr Adam Rep Pa and sworn hj
having havln been given to this country by byEmperor b bemperor I IEm
Em Emperor ror William WilliamIt WilliamIt UUItJ UUItJIt
It has been suggested eUK ted that the num number nunher I Ibel
her of statue st4ttu tiltu s may be increased to six sixbut st stbut Ix t i ibut
but it Is I not likely IIk ly this thl will III be don donat done doneat e I Iat
at once one Souvarof the Russian officer officerwho ollice ollicewho r I Iwho
who distinguished himself by b his er enic enicneering < < cl clneoring 1
neoring work has b been n talked of as o owho owho < >
who 00 may ma be bf honored but tho Presftlent Presftlentis t tis
is said to desire that Hannibal and some someother sour > > omt omtothel U Uother
other hero who distinguished dl tlrll ul8hed himself in inactual Inactual t tactual n
actual fighting IIchUn shall hall be tH selected In cast castadditional cakAddlUonal ca caadditional st
additional statues are a ak asked k < od d forFUNERAL for forFUNERAL foru forFUNERAL
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FUNERAL SERVICES SERVICESOFJ SERVICESOF I
OFJ OF E N SPIELMAN SPIELMANThe SPIELMAtThe SPiELP AI AIThe Y
The funeral of E N Spiclnmn a clerk den k
In the ofitoe of the Auditor for the Navy Nav NavDepartment s
Department was wa held yesterday after ¬
noon from the Glondower apartment t
house The hervice t rlco was Wlt conducted by b Y
Lebanon Lodie F A M I and Lafayett
Royal Arch Chapter t pter No No5 5 The Rev He
Dr S Kclljngcr ellijIKcr officiated officiatedMr otftel otiiciatedMr ted tedMr
Mr Spielman died of heart h lrt trouble on o n
Thursday lhurltda at the Glendower Glen ower He was wn wnnative a
native of Chambers ChambersbulS burg IH and hau t
been employed tmI loytd In the Navy Department t
since III nee 1889 15t He in survived by a tvidoo tvidooand widow widowand w do
and a daughterHAND daughter daughterHAND daughterHAND I
HAND BADLY BURNED BURNEDHis BURNEHIB BURNEDHis
His left hand han badly had burned hurn Hif MHthe MHtheHUlt he a Ti Tisuit xo xomilt
milt of an explrsionOf explosion expl < slonJr jof gasolene gt d BrjTn BrjTnWashington B n nCy 1 1Uy i
Cy Va last night La Layton Laytonnegro ton e i k khe8lro N
negro lxtyrOur years NI old ajrJv at rlv hi 1 Ii
Washington VUblnton from that place a aJttl aJttlaijl d we wesi afc afcsuttt
si suttt aijl tt t to the Casualty Hospitatjny Ho Iioepita pltJi by JY tho thopolice th thIolfc thptollct a
police Iolfc + of f the Sixth precinct After ttor ha Imv havInJ v
lug InJ his burns droseed he wa was sent nt to toa toa t ta o >
a nu noti iu U mission for the th night
MARQUIS OYAMA OYAMAField OY OYAMAField ArrtA ArrtAField
Field marshal who divides with Yam Yamagata Yamagata Yamagata
agata the chief command of the armies armiesHe arml armt4sHe s sHe
He has had wide wl e variety varJet of experience oxperience1a experiencea oxP rlencel rlencela
a id 1 has been be n In active actl service since the thetar thetiar theliar
tar liar of of Restoratfdn eit t tfdn
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ATTEMPT TO STEAL STEALThieves STEALWASHINGTONS STEALWASHINGTONS
WASHINGTONS WASHINGTONSThieves WILL WILLI
Thieves TI ieves Break Into llto Court Courtliouse Courthouse Counta
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house at Fairfax FairfaxUSE Va VaUSE VaI a
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USE SE EXPLOSIVE ON VAULT VAULTDoors AULT AULTI AULTDoors
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Doors Fail Fai1to to to Give Way WayRelic Relic Eludes JEludessyccessful Eludest EludesT
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syccessful successful dttompt ttempt to steal the last will willo willo
o Gcjrg vVu Vh > Mnvton lnton from fin xpw xpwIngr pacq pacqIng psiIng
Ing place in the vault of the courthouse courthouseal
al Ialrxx Iair x Va wu Wl mad made i last la t night nightThieves nl ltt ltt1hlew
Thieves 1hlew s forced an entrance into the thecourthouse theIXlurtltouso thecourthouse
courthouse building but wore unable to tobreak tobrowc
break open the vaults ault where the will willhas willhas willhas
has been kept for many many years ears inclosed inclosedin InclosedIn
in a class case caseNo C easeNo e eNo
No Valuables Taken TakenNothing TakenNothing TakenNothing
Nothing of value was taken takenrom from the thecourthouse thecourthouse
courthouse although I many man legal 1 Jal pa papers papers papers ¬
pers were scattered about the rooms of
the building In the search for the dc dcsired de desired c e eIrod ¬
sired Irod relic The combination of thevault the thevault theault
vault ault was blown off but the doors oors werenot were werenot werenot
not displaced by b the explosion explosionIt explo lon lont
It t is believed that the perpetrators perpetratorswere perpetratorswere
were frightened away awu The police if ifAlexandria dr drAlexan JrAlexandria
Alexandria Alexan r1a have been notified to look lookout lookou lookout
out ou t for the thieves thievesA thleosA thievesA
A Varied History HistoryThis HistoryThis
This documcjit has been subjected to toso
so many changes and chances that It 1 1remarkable Is s sremarkable
remarkable it still exists1t exists existsIt
It was written In 1719 and dated dntedJtllY dntedJtllYI Jalys Jaly
s On the death OAth of the testator te t1tor it was waslied Ii Ii11I00
lied with the clerk of Fairfax countywhose county countywhose count counthOfl
whose hOfl office was wa in th Uu Fairfax court courthouse courthouse courtliouee ¬
lioueeThere house houseThere houseThEre
There it rested with other valuable valuableRevolutionary valuableRevolutionaT valuableRevolutionary
Revolutionary RevolutionaT papers Tin 1mUil till tiib th outbreak outbreakof outbreakor
of tho civil war For what wfts w wit i con considered consl considered ¬
sidered sl enod its It greater s safety d iy the will wasthen was wasthen wa wathen
then taken tak n to Richmond and deposited
In the State Capitol When hen the Con Conederats ¬
federates evacuated the Virginia Capital CapltH1the Capitalthe
the dOUm looumcnt lit t was left to its fate and andrubblcj KndWRS andwas
was found by a soldier among Borne Bornerubb1t somerubblri
rubblcj rubb1t < t on the floor of the oftlce of the th
Commonwealth Commona ealtli > s secretary It t later laterpassed
passed into the possession of Jl i resident residentof residentof
loc of Fairfax F lrClIx county and ftn was by h him re restored r rtored re restored ¬
stored tored to its rightful place placeKept Ila placeKept e eKept
Kept in Vault VaultThe VaultThe VaultThe
The county authorities then deviled deviledthe def devisedthe O < I Itbe
the vault nult in which it has slnc Blncft been beenkopt beenkept Jean JeankJllt
kept The will was spread open pen in a aglass aGI alass
glass GI lass case and the case Uie securely lockedin locked lockedin
in the large iron safu s safe ru used by the th county countyAuthorities COUntyttuthorltleJl countynutltorttiea
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These precautions proved pr cd their need a afew Kfew afew
few years ears ago when an attempt atttmptw1 atttmptw1made was wasmade wasmade
made by h burglars to blow often the safe safeIt safeIt p pIt
It happened the attempt was us an entin entinsuccess entit1eSUCCC8 enG e
success but butthe the thieves did itl not appre appreciate aJpcclan ¬
clan the th value of the will apparently
fqr qr It was left I ft on fife th lour loose amqng
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Wanhlngton prepared this win alto ultogethor altogethor
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page Page signed by b the devisee There wereno were wereno rp rpno
no witnesses Otherwise the instrument instrumentis
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command of the Continental army urm This Thispaper ThispliplT I
paper paper was probably destroyed t > stroyed There
IB no record of its present Ille cnt existence existenceLYNCHEHAUN existenceLYNCHEHAUN
LYNCHEHAUN CASE SET SETFOR SETFOR
FOR ARGUMENT APRIL 4 4The 4rhe
The case of James Lynchehaun whose whosoextradition whoseextradition whoseextradition
extradition was demanded by the theernmcnt go goernment guy guyernmcnt
ernmcnt of Great Britain rltaln was set s t for forApril Corprll forApril
April prll 4 In the Supreme Court of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States today todu L Lynchehaun nchehaun was
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aim charges that thalh littcommftted h0 committed a 1 mur
deters iisfuult on a woman woml1 In one of the
landlord and an tenant riots rlot
LIEUTENANT GENERAL KODAMA KODAMAWas KODAMAas XODAMAWas
Was as vice minister of war In war with withChina withChina withChina
China later governor General of For Formosa Formosa Formosa ¬
mosa mosa and recently r centl retired as minister ministerof
of wartsbecome war wAItob to become come vice Ice chief chic of the gen general genural general4tnit ¬
ural eral4tnit staff tatt
1 1JAPANESE
JAPANESE JAPANESE SINK SINKTHREE SINKTHREE SANKy
y THREE VESSELSti VESSELS
l ti h ir irsoft
Zore i rt soft v t Current urrent in in St Petersburg Petersburg o other of a a Fur Furtl1er Further
ther Disaster to the Russian Fleet Fletat Fleetat
r rat
at Port Arthur Arth ArthurCOMMANDANT r rT
COMMANDANT 0 1 h RPb 4 T JZ TELLS LST TROOPS > Q 8 f i <
tt 1i ilt ijinj Ji if
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ST PETERSBURG FEB 29 29ANUNCONFIPJrIED 29AN 2gANNCONFIRMED AN ANUNCONFIRMED
UNCONFIRMED U RUMOR IS CUR CURRENT CURRENT CURENT ¬
RENT R ENT HERE THIS EVENING THAT THATTWO THATTWO THATTWO
TWO RUSSIAN BATTLESHIPS AND ANDA ANDA ANDA
A TORPEDO BOAT HAVE BEENUNK BEEN BEENSUNK BEENSUNK
SUNK S UNK AT PORT ARTHUR ARTHURLONDON ARTHURLONDOr ARTHURLONDO1
LONDON Feb 29 29Reuters Reuters TeW TelEgram Teldgram i ii
i gram Company has received a dispatchfrom dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchfrom
from St Petersburg stating that a telegram tele telej tel
j gram has been received there from Port
Arthur that General Stoessel com commanding comniaIiding coststanding ¬
standing the port has today issued an anorder anorder a aorder n
order directing the attention of the thetroops thetroops th thtroops e
troops and inhabitants to the fact that thatthe tltthe th ththe t
the Japanese intend to land at Po PoArthur Port PottArthur PortArthur rt
Arthur and seize the fortress fortressThe fortressThe fortressThe
The general declares that he will willnever winnever wi winever 1
never give the order to surrender H Htails He Hecalls HeaUs e
calls on everybody to fight to the thedeath thedeath th thdeath e
death as no one can save himself himselfwithout himselfwIthout himselwithout f
without fighting
I Two Armies A mes Converging CortvergittgBetzveenSeoul
Between BetzveenSeoul Seoul and Y Wiju lij
CHBEFOO Feb 23 ZIDefinlte Definite newsregarding news newsregarding newtregarding
regarding the military operations of ofRussia orI ofRussia
I Russia and Japan is now coming In andfor and andfor andfor
for the first time since hostilities be began began ¬
I gan I it Is s possible to get a good line lineon lineon
f on the positions of the opposing armies armiesThe
I j The primary Russian base for the in invasion Invaslfn int ¬
vasion t aslon of Korea Is at LiaoYangChuru LiaoYangChuruon Liao YangChao YangChaoon
on the Manchurian road which is
con connected connect connected ¬
nected nect d by the only onl good road In the thecountry thecoun thecountry
country coun y with KiullenCheng where thesecondary the thesecondary hu huseconc1aJ
secondary seconc1aJ base Is fixed It is expectedthis expected expectedtills expectedthJs
tills latter base will later be trans tranolferre transferred ¬
ferred ferre to Wlju lJu Despite reports to thecontrary the thecontrary thecontrary
contrary it now appears that there are arebutlWO alebut1000 arebut
but butlWO 11010 men men at Wlju IJu while small out outposts outpoHt outposts ¬
posts poHt have been placed at Senchen SenchenChengJu SenchnChengJu SenchenChengJu
ChengJu and Anju in northern Korea KoreaThe Korearho
The rh Japanese are ar advancing toward towardthe towarclthe towardthe
the north along long the th HalJuHjaiigJu HalJuHjaiigJuroiid HaiJuHjangJuread
read from Seoul and toward Ping PingYang PingYangI Yang
I
which Is at present occupied by b3 out outposts outposts ou ouposts t ¬
I posts only onlySupposing onlySuppolftng OnlySuppo
Supposing Suppo ing that PingYang is the ob o h ¬
jective of both forces the Japanese are ar he e
In the better position as they will have hay e
time to occupy the point with some somestrength SGntestrength Boni Bonistrength e
strength and possibly p0 6lbl fortify the hills hillsnorth hU1 hU1north hill hillnorth
north of the town before the Russians Russiansarrive RussiansI Russianattire s
I arrive A thaw is due tIu to begin within with n
the next fortnight when
operations OP raUons o on
both bothstrps sirjas sir will be greatly hampered and andpo0slb andO an d
po0slb lasaIbt O lbl i r suspended This
signifies that thata th tha nt
a clash must come before that time un ui r ¬
less both bothforces forces desire to delay matters mattersso mattersso matte matteso rs
so as to get Into more efllclent
condi c cdnd cdndtion ndl ndltlon ¬
tion for the light lightThe fiShtThe lightThe
The failure of the Japanese to destroy desire desireor
or bottle up the tll Russians at Port Arth Arthnakes Arthur Arthurnakes Arthutnaku ar
nakes the Russians secure in Manchuria aJtCh rtJl a
for the time being ing at least It also alsoeffectually aluetr ah aheffectually s o
effectually etr ctuall constitutes Korea orea as t tscene the thescene tht thts he e
scene s < ene for the opening chapters
of the thewar t twar he a
war
NOBLES IN MOSCOW I10 COW WILL WiL L AID AIDRUSSIANS AIDRUSSIANS AIDRUSSIANS
RUSSIANS WOUNDED IN EAST EAS T
MOSCOW Feb 29 2DIn In accordance with witha
a message m 8sge from the Czar a large meet meetin meetIng
in Ing at which hl h the leading lc ldll1g marshals mtirshalsmembers marshalsmembers Incrhalmmbers
members of the nobility nobility and govern govornrment goornment governmenu
ment offfelftls were present was held heldhero heldhera heldsere
hero sere yesterday yes ustrtA erdny for the purpose of ctlacutng lia Aiscuesing liacuvsfng
cuvsfng methods of assistance for RUSSian Rus Russian R118lCll ¬
sian soldiers lCll rs who may ma be wounded woun ed in inthe InI Inthe inthe
the Far East At the close of thu bust ¬
ness part of the
proceedings the tlrtt assem As asses em ¬
bly dispatched a telegram to the Emper Emperor r ¬
or or expressing exlr lng loyalty JcBIt to him and the t U
throne throneIlls throneHis throneIiis
Ills majesty ma1e tY replied recognising reCOJRJln with wit h
heartfelt hartf 1t gratitude the the th message and as
continued C fttlnued as follows tThew These Thl > seeprfl8 expt axpres
sic SlcnK n are arc a witness wJtne s of the determination detesiminai o n 1
of the Russian nobles to serve ser their Em E m ¬
peror as in former days
A j
CONTROLLING TWO CITIES CITIESJAPAN CITIESJAPAN
I
JAPAN MIGHT OUST RUSSIA RUSSI A I >
If the reports from Tokyo Tok o that the
Japanese Japano e are 10 blockading blOCk udlng Vladivostok betrue be betrue e etrue
true it is safe to predict that naval navalwarfare navnlwarfare navaltvarfaro
warfare between the Russians andJapanese and andJapanese audJltpunCfie
Japanese Is practically at an end ati1 ati1the au1th nn t tthe
the th > important engagements hereafter htereeftetwill hereafterwill hereafterwill
will be on land said a 8 prominentAmericaii prominent prominentAmerican lromlnentAmerlCliIl
American naval officer officerThe 001091urhe oftlcerThe
urhe The Russian imvy JUl nuv is entirely enUro on the thedefensive lhedofons1e
defensive It will not onguge in any anygreat nn nngr811t nngroat
great fight ght with the theJ Japanese Pftnusu navy onthe on onthe onthe
the opiisea oplm S ses 1
The Russian vessels at Port Arthur Arthi ur ur1s
and Vladivostok will doubtless remain rema 1s t
bottled up in the two harbors and do 0
what they the can to protect the terminals lermin aEs g
of the Vladivostok Y tdlvostok
and Port Arthui Arth ut lt
brunches of the railway ntUwa It Is safe safepredict to topiedict toIMedlct o
predict however that the usefulness uefuln of C
these railways n1lIwl will be destroyed
Inyiiort in a ashort 8ahort a
short time Um by the Japanese JapaneseWith JnpandlseWith JRvan JRvanVJth
With Admiral Ale AI cieK < ltltt established Ql establishedOoetieued tabli8IJId at atOsatlmMd atOeBt1fMMd t
< OsatlmMd ou Second Page l
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TURKEY TLJRKEYHASTENS TLJRKEYHASTENSPREPARATIONS HASTENS HASTENSPREP
PREP PREPARATIONS AHA TIONS TO TOSTRIKE TOSRIKEBULGARIA
STRIKE SRIKEBULGARIA SRIKEBULGARIACI BULGARIA BILilClash BULGARIAClash
Clash CI ash Between the Two TwoCountries T1toCountries TwoCountries
Countries Countries Thotlght Tho Th o gtt ght h to toBe toBe o oBe
Be Inevitable InevitableFLEET InevitableFLEET InevitableFLEET
FLEET BEING REPAIRED REPAIREDGreat RERAIREDGreat REPAIREDGreat
Great Activity on th iheBorcer iheBorcerFrontier Bordertrontier Border BorderFrontier
Frontier De Defenses Defens fenses Receive Rece ReceiveFinishing ve veFinishing a j jFinishing
Finishing Touches TouchesLONDON T TouchesLONDON o ches chesLONDON
LONDON Fob 29 29Both Both Turkey and an
Bulgaria are rapidly rnpf ly getting affairs affairs incondition in 111condition
condition for war wnirf That the clash willcome will willcome wIllcome
come In the very cry early spring has been beenaccepted beenaccepted beenaccepted
accepted In many quarters qU 6rs as a fore for forgone foragone ¬
gone conclusion and word word from the
two countries today Indicates that bothare both boluare boUIare
are expecting e pect1ng the opening fight In the tJicvery tJe tJeery thevery
very ery near near future futureNews futureNews tuttrteNews
News from Constantinople today ia
that the ports poftn has ordered the Ansnido
Works Vorks to complete the work
now nowprogressing no noproSTesslnl nowprogressing
progressing on on all the cruisers and other otherships otherships otherships
ships there the torpedo boat flotilla has
been ordered from the Dardanelles to
Constantinople to be thoroughly goneover gone goneover bOneover
over and repaired the cruisers Abdul Abduland Abduland Abduland
and Medjld from Philadelphia and he heErtoghrul beErtoghruI
Ertoghrul from England are expected expectedto
to arrive In May Ma and 2000 transport transportvehicles transportvehicles transportvehicles
vehicles have been ordered for the Sec Second Second Second ¬
ond Army Corps In Adrlanople AdrlanopleBulgaria AdrlanopteBulgaria MrianopleBulgaria
Bulgaria Also Active ActiveNor ActiveOl ActiveNor
Nor Ol Is Bulgaria backward In her prep preparations preparations preparatlons ¬
arations for eventualities A dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchtrom dispatchfrom
from Sofia So fin says sn S all of Bulgarias armament nrmnmcnt arma armament ¬
ment has arrived One hundred arid ten tenthousand tt1thousand tt t tthousand
thousand rifles will be distributed thisweek this thisweek thtsweek
week and 82000000 t100000 rounds of cartridges cartridgeshave cartrldS cartrldShave
have been placed In stock ready fordistribution for fordistribution lordistribution
distribution The frontier defenses arecomplete are arocomplete nrocomplete
completeThe complete completeThe completeThe
The minister minis tor of war Is about to order orderall ortJclall orderall
all the young oung men who have nit ri t yet yetserved yetserved yetserved
served In the army arm to report themselves themselvesnnd thenusolvesand thernseivesand
and submit to an army drilL The dis dispatch dIspatch diepatch ¬
patch adds that news correspondents correspondentsfrom correspondenttrom correspondentsfrom
from foreign papers are rapidly arriving arrivingin arrlvlnJIn
in Sofia and will make that city their ttelrHeadquarters thelr1lezWq theirer
Headquarters 1lezWq er quaricrs artcrs fc fer t a a time timeWoman timet timeAEftG1Y
t AEftG1Y AEftG1Ytti HNE FREt g r HIVtN HIVtNSIX
SIX tti YEARS IN PRISON PRISONWoman i
Woman Tells T 1s Justice Pritchard Pritch d ThatShe That ThatShe ThatShe
She Alone Is Guilty of Stealing StealingPayne StealingPayne
Payne Jewelry ewelzy 1 1Vlth j jWith
With all the bravado which she could couldcommand couldcommand
command Agnes French the th white whitewoman Wbltbwoman
woman who robbed Lydia LdJa D D Paynewife Payne Paynewife Paynewife
wife of Postmaster General Payne of ofabout orabvut
about 1 2000 ° 000 worth of Jewelry and moneytoday money moneytoday mone monetooa
today tooa stood before Justice Pritchard In InCriminal InCr1 inCriminal
Criminal Cr1 lnal Court No No1 1 and admitted her herguilt herguilt herguilt
guilt To her plori she added addedI
I alone am guilty guiltyLouis JUUtyLouis guiltyLouis
Louis H Jenifer who was indictedjointly indicted indictedJointly i1 d1cte d1cteJOlnU
Jointly JOlnU with Agnes French when a areigned ar arraigned n nraIsned ¬
reigned earlier in the day pleaded notguilty not notguilty notguUt
guiltyJustice guilty guiltyJustice guUt guUtJustJ
Justice Justice JustJ e Pritchard sentenced Agnes AgnesFrench AgnesFrench AgnesFrench
French to Imprisonment for six years yearsin yoarsin yearsIn
in the penitentiary at Moundsvillo V VVa V Vya VVa
Va She will 111 however be held in Wash Washington Washington 15h 15hIngton ¬
ington as a n witness itness at the trial oC oCJenifer otJenlter ofJentfer
Jenifer JeniferOPERATION JenlterOPERATION
OPERATION NECESSARY NECESSARYFOR NECESSARYFOR
FOR PRESIDENT HARPER HARPESCHICAGO HARPERCHIQAGO
CHICAGO CHIC 1G0 Feb 29 29President President Harpor Harporof Ha Hatp r rof rof
of he University tnherstt of Chicago vsTil b be beoperated < j joperated
operated on for appendicitis to tale < iay j or ortomorrow ortomorrow
tomorrow at the Presbyterian Hotvta Hotvtaas H Ha > t Jftta Jfttaa rita ritaas
as a the result of a hurried consultation consultationof
of his physicians physiciansDr
Dr Harpers condition became slightly slightlyworse sltghtlyworse
worse last night and Dr Nicholas Senn Sennwas Sennwas
was called in consultation consultationIMPROVED consultationIMPROVED consultationIMPROVED
IMPROVED REGISTRATION REGISTRATIONOF REGISTRATIO 1 1OF
OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS DEATHSo
The District Commissioners today for fvrwarded
warded to Congress the draft of a bill blltproviding
providing for the better registration n of ofdeaths ofdeaths j jdths
deaths and births in the District andrecommended and andrecommended anl anlrecommen
recommended recommen ed its early lly enactment enactmentThey ellactJDentThe enactmentThey
They The sent with their communication acopy a acopy nCOP
copy copy COP of the report of Health Officer
Woodward showing why the desired leg 1tJ ¬
islation te advisable advisableDEATH KdlsabJeDEATH
DEATH OF MRS BOYLEVICTIM BOYLE BOYLEVICTIM BOYLEVICTIM
VICTIM OF PARALYSIS PARALYSISAs
As the result re ult of
a second stroke of ofparalysis o oIMtrabala
paralysis OH Saturday Sftturda night Mrs f K
B Boyle wife of Lieutenant Ll utenant Boyle ot of 11 11the
the Third police precinct died di d at her b r rhome
home 1W6 1 Fifteenth Street northwest northwestabout north JQrthweiabout we weabout
about 1130 11 oclock yesterday morning
Mrs lrs Boyle suffered a stroke strok of par parAlyate
sisals on Tuesday Tue dlU evening eenln February 19 19while l lwhile
while dressing dre lnJ her sons Injured linger lingerLittle l1n flngcrLittle cr crLittle
Little hop hope was entertained by Dr Migruder Mn Mngruder h hgruder
gruder the attending physician for the thefirst tit titftrst thefirst
first few days da s but Mrs Doyle improved improveduntil Improveduntil Improveduntil
until Saturday Saturda afternoon aCt noon whim there therewas th therowas ro rowas
was a change for the worse The second secondstroke secoudstroke secondstroke
stroke resulted fatally atalb
As yet et the funeral arrangements arransemen have havenot
not been completed completedDEATH comnletec1DEATH rnmnletedDEATH
DEATH OF JOHN MAHANEY MAHANEYJohn
John Mahaney the son of the Ito Itootehael
Michael Mahaney died at his home 2lsL 21ii
L Street Mr Mahaney was a graduate grad ata ataot
of the class of 98 PL Business BuBln High H1 School Scho11reeelvln
receiving reeelvln his diploma at Tampa Fla td tdIn
In 1 115 9S Mr Mahaney enlisted In the Dis ¬
trict Volunteers and served rve his enlist tnUotmcmt enlh t
meat In Cuba At tIll ijtiinti xll llH rt lLn > n of i f hs h henlistment
enlistment hp reoullstcd reclist d m frgna gn91
Corps orp and an wont t tn < > the Pa ltlcr Y i r Ine t In L iii ¬
land Lands where wh r < > b wits Wit dIe i ii 1 rgvl bi J after alfL
two years ears and six sismontns montns service

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