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NO KO801 u 801 8L WASHINGTON TUESDAY APRIL 18 1899 75 CENTS CENTSPER PER ANNUM ANNlDIu
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1 1URGED
ii URGED THE NATIVES NA riVES ON ONAmbushing ONAmbushing ONinbus1Iing
Ambushing Force at Apia Di Directed Directed DireCtC1 ¬
rected by b a German GermanSAMOAN GermanO GermanAOAN
SAMOAN O AFFAIR IN PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENTtil PAnLIA PAIILIA1IENTTtIrrul IENT IENTT
T TtIrrul Irta J JchBnstll til Ilctwenn London LOIlllonAJUt Loiiilonail LondonAM
AM AJUt ail WtithlHeton WluhlMJton Withheld hhe1el on tli t Ground GroundOf
Of 1uMlc Iuhle Iwllojr JHoCau Caunj of tho Recent UccentiHMrultio Uecent Uecentutllltl RecentjMeuItIOl
iHMrultio utllltl Nt ot Vet c Officially Ofoll Known KnownItomwl J KnownBouid nuwn nuwnno
Itomwl no iu 1 t Protect Iruttct llrltUU Hrltsh IIre Uel 1h es and andProperly ald aldlrperlJatrucUonl id id1upCrIYJPtTu0tb0
lrperlJatrucUonl 1upCrIYJPtTu0tb0 Properly Jn tructlon to Coniul ConiulT ConlnlLon
T Lon onl n April Aprl 17 17The The Parliamentary Parliamentaryi ParUAmentar I Ir
i r > v of the For Fortgn Forgn 4gn Office om Right Rightvl Rightfl j jon
on vl fl Viiiam lam St John Brodertek Broerik reply rePyI rePyIIn replyHouse I Ij
j in the 1 h Hou Houle House e of Commons Commns today to tor toDMVILI
> r Mh < l Davltt DVtt the th Irl IrS 1rih n Nationalist Nationalistj atondlbH atondlbHdJ ationathtthe
dJ j that the manager rnler mnaer of the German Germanant GermanantLn Germanntatn
ant antLn ntatn t on near Apia Apa was wa arrested arr sted by bywur byI byBrltih
wur I < r British Brlth naval officer olcr on sworn swornvViic swor swornV
vViic V itjCf i1cf I tPIt h t he h wan ll seen Sn directing diretng the thenrfiv theNr therv4
nrfiv Nr wno no ambuohed ambte the naval landing landingariw lanln lanlnjr 1ndIntdrari
ariw jr Thin Thl action actin Mr Ir Uroderlck Brerick add addi addtkn
i was w takn t kfn without lbt the naval n8al officer officernaving ofcer officertvIng
naving tjlIDCdf an opportunity opprtuldt of communicating communicatingib communlC U ng ngrh
sth ib tii < homo hom government 8ernment In conelu conelution conlu conlutin coneluIon
Ion tin Mr Ir Brodertek Hroutk said saidwv saidar aid aidw
I wv w are arf ar informed Informe that he was handed handedO handel handelo handedoer
O oer < T r to th commander Cnuwaner of the German Germanaar German1hrhl GermanarhIp
aar 1hrhl arhIp hh Falke on the promise promlst that he hejid ht heaaI4
aaI4 jid te t dtained dtalni d taind on board boardAr btd berdtrsarir
Ar trsarir 1 > tTnl rir a question qu lon regarding regrding the thei
i U i yolitiuLwar > onbulw IUuiv8r r treaty trtt Mr lr Broderick re rer reI rerkJ
r rkJ rkJf rkJEommunietop j jommunioations
f ommunioations ommuniCaUons regarding regArlng proposed proposftdr prps I
r rirtonl vim i rtns atlons of the treaty trtty have been bten ex exl exgd exjn
jn gd < l between btn > n Washington aahlngton and Lon LonbiT LonLa Lont
t biT La b no agreement agrennt sgre cnent has ha been ben reached reachedr reach reachr reachedtr
tr r 1 Th h ircumstance it i Is hrrlslble hrrlslbleI IrnrcsIbIe IrnrcsIbIel rrpc sible siblei
i ir rvnt nt the lh papers fPU on the subject subjectt 8ubl t tTh
t Th h First Fir > t Lord Ion of the Admiralty Admiraltyiorgr Aelmlralt AelmlraltI Admiralt7org
I iorgr i org r J Goschen on being questioned questionedT questone
T drt < Irjf the tht mibeldles Hubldlt to be be paid pid to totiiiury torltl toUdTy
tiiiury UdTy cruiser rltl said iid notice noUCf had been beenbrr 1en 1enjtr beento
brr jtr 10 terminate trmI tt the agreement agrelment with withunard wih wihf with4unard
< 4unard unard un rd White Whlc Star and Peninsula Peninsulai
i 1 Oriental rintal Steamship Stflmhlp Companies Companlt in inc Intr inc
c tt tr to place pIne the tht admiralty admlrltr in a position positiont positionrtI
t review rtI th t the e conditions condiions of the contract contractu contrCLq 1
u L i tiif lit t1I selection sI tUon of the vessel vesel subsidized subsidizedyr
T > yr T > was as no fl intention Innton he said sId of o aban abanc abant abanlung
c t lung th tho Hubeldy lubld policy ple policyr
Mr 1 r GutHhtr Gothtr declined delned to give partlcu partlcuirs prtcn prtcnI
irs I 0 r rtganling rgtrcing the th proposed prpsed armaments armamentsi armamentst
i t i auxiliary uxlltr ctuisers ctuisersIKS crl cuiersI rg rgI
IKS I ruction rletu nut b to Ii Himull Ihlt h Consul ConsulKplyinR Couml CoumlHJlyinr Consulttlylng
KplyinR HJlyinr tofurtlterquestlons to rurtherque tons on the thf same samer sme smejct sameJct
r tjt jct ct Mr Ir Brodtrick lrctlck said ald authority 8uthorl had hadi
i I > Iin Itvtn ivfn the British Britsh representative
relrMentatw
A AIla > li to join jin if he deems it advisable advisablei
i i joint joilt proclamation prchlnuton with wih the other otherI
I isuli ul calling calng upon Uln the Inhabitants Inhabiants to tot totin toLIn
t stain tin from hostilltifft
entHn the
hOtlll pending ar art arf arr
t ui d f the ttI Samoan
tl Smoan uon Commissioners Commissionersitld But ButiiliJrd
iiliJrd itld ldd d her mHjwuys mRJ
t1 commanding of ofr
t r would vuld be bound bunt to take measures for fore rorJrolcton
e prot Jrolcton protctn ctkm of British Britsh lives lves and prop
try Ir should IJuld tlieee thele be threatened threatene by either eithercf eJh eitherGf r
cf tm I li rival rvl factions factionsiitinulng tlctol actionsfltnuIng
iitinulng II Inulng Mr tlr Ir Broilorick said tho thl th tele telegrajhi telealhk idegrztjhi
grajhi alhk reports reJrts received recled did hl not afford suf su
f f I > i inatrlals inat riais from rum which hleh to judge Jud e the thetuv th thIU theI
tuv IU I U of th rectnt hostilities ho
> tliie but o far fart I
t I a < rtalnaile rtalnai Ie tilt the tIi action acton of the United Unied Uniedts Unitedtts
n ts tts sand an nd d Uritteh Htitth naval commanders commander conmandersva was
c IMJ 1 td < by I none iIxie lle aggression nggre ion against Brit I
Jsi J11 iisubjst subjevt subJtt or United UiiteIStates nJteel States citizens cit2n or orYlr
4lietr Ylr f r rsaerty Pcrty crty which w lch they the Svere w were re bound ot to I
Crfenu CrfenuSAMOAX Citn CitnSI gefrndSA3IOAN
SAMOAX SI CO COMMISSION SIX IIERE IIERETlie lmE llER llERThe I
The le American Member Comes COICS to rash WasliIncton rashIIct11 Sas1iIlittuii
Incton IIct11 to I Kccelvi lecelvl Instructions InstructionsfWntary lnstrnctoll lnstrnctolllrtar instructionsSrtary
fWntary lrtar of State Hay Ua In conversation conversationJ conersaton conersatonrJay Conversationtrday
J > < t trday rJay said ald that neither neiher of the three threeIwtrs threeIwrs
Iwtrs Iwrs 1 airs party pari to the treaty tr aty of Berlin Berln has hasrtl hasr1 hasrI
< rtl a victory Itor in the arrangements of ofSamoan oft ofIu
Iu > t Samoan amoRn matter mater All Al three of them themhe themr
r > he h believed
hI actuated
lwleve by the same sametslr sameslr samesire
tslr slr sire to reach rfch a peaceable pl ceable and honorable honorableiuiion honorble honorblelullon honorableuttun
iuiion of a state tate of things which was wasonly wasr wastny
r only tnl regrettable rtgrftable at this time tme but butE
k h1 E y if neglected ntgleeted to go rapidly from
lil to worse worseMr worseIr worseir
Mr Ir bartlett Bartlt Trlpp Trpp the United Unied States Statesprs Statesr
r prs rtntale ntative on the Samoan Commis CommisH Commlsarriv
H t arrived arriv in Washington ushh ton last night nightwill nightil nightsstfl
< will il be b thoroughly Instructed as to toCUHH toil tocourse
il course lUurl he is to pursue and will wi be beJiMtJ beJIIJI beIJlIJitd
JiMtJ JIIJI with ih all al of the records recorcs of the theI thellartnh1 thepartnit
< I llartnh1 partnit < artnunt necessary neccsstu to a full ful under underHiding underandln undertuding
andln Hiding of IC the history hlstor of the United Unitedtjs Pnltedillf UnitedatM
illf atM tjs relations rflaton with wih Samoa Mr Ir Tripp
vvill II lli start from Washington on the 19th 19thtant 19thSlant 19thtant
tant for San n Francisco Francsco to take passage passagethe passagcl passagethe
l < the tht Badger for
niJglr Apia Apiaipt ApiaJt pIa pIa31t
ipt Jt Millar Iilr of the Badfeer Battr has his report reportt
I t ti th Navy Xl Department Deprtment that the yes es
I i is b iii il in n ned d of only a few Insignificant insigniflcantiairs Insignifcant Insignifcanti Insignificanta1rs
i iairs a1rs r which can be completed complete by the
h thv date dat set SIt for her sailing saing for Apia
It I has hl b been in settled tUe at the Navy Na Depart Departr Departtrnl
r trnl nt that the IIH Almrenda shall shal sail sai from fromirfolk rromolk fromrfolk
irfolk olk for Samoa amoa on the 25th 2th instant instantr Instantrrrilg
r rrrilg rr T tt j5 materials tillrlalt for constructing constructng the theIII
III liiiR station at Pago Plo Pago It I may
that th department 1partment will send the col colr
wi
1 1 r Kcinditi S dndhl jndt with wih another supply sen as soon
a the th repairs rf ait to that ship slll ar > concluded concludeda conclu
a O San n Franisioabout the latter later part e of ofay
iliy ay The Tht Th Aharenda harenca will wi go by way wa of
t b Straits of
trals Magellan MagellanMr laglan laglanIr
Mr Ir Triw sai al ai1
last
< night that he would wou1
r five n ve his instructions today and andalt
alt it iefcv Jtkt direct dlrt for San 3n an Francisco Francisconr Frnclsco
nr hr
tonight
or Wednesday ednea morning morningiM
ti iM that s
tl he apprehended appreltnto no unnecea unneceary unnea unneaKr
Kr ry Mays da la f in the negotiations ntgotatons and that thatv hat
le IIfd v d an In agreement alntment agrtee on the questions
at t Isu i5Ur ssur vculd tuld questons
bo 1 lx
readily rfadly reached at an anrly anI
I rly dat Whie vhil Vhile he had had no com comluatims
r IUIaUeIUI luatims at1s with the other two commis commisii cominlstirs
ii tirs Ir rii on the subject he
> 10 was confident confdent
IJrr tJrrt was BO deposition dlpsiUon on the part of ofor ofof ofy
y > or the thl th three to make the negotiations negotiationsv negotations negotationsr prt
v Vr r a I long period rlo and O he lc did not be bev b ban berf
v rf < any an obstacles ObZJ
to
obtalles a speedy Ipeed adjust adjustnt
< nt fl would uld
be b Interposed l
InUrp
it I is II understood lndrto that Mr Ir E V Morgan Morgant
forgn forgnI
t I Nw S w York will 11 b be appointed fpplnto Secretary S r tr trth
th n oommbslcn frmhsl < n thmJgh though there also has hasi his hisI
i JjlhJI iisid usithruble < ruble gossip XO ip connecting connetn the therieof tl tleer1
H1 rieof of l hr r Wllhelm Wihelm Solf with wih that office oiliceuIt
olce olceff
S ff uIt ir ig U now in San Francisco FNlel o waiting waitng waitngtJItd
pr tJItd ed d to his hil jwst Ilst as President Pnknt of the theirujpai theCounci theAa1tipai
irujpai Council Counci ounell of Apte Jpl but the cre cren creIon crcUfl
Ion > n of f the tb High Hih Commission Comml slon practically practicallyj prctcaly prctcaly1lliM practically5lttts
5lttts j 1lliM nis his hil functions functionsth tunetons tunetonsh
p th h t Mr r Tripps Tril arrival arlal here hert all ni the theV
V r ibr r of 0 lht tAt th tomtw umvntasion Hnmls lon are now In
I Mr Jr Eliot J lot th th4 British Brlhh commissioner conunltllone
Vest tt tomorrow for the East on a I short shortard shortid
p ard id tI wilt wi proceed pr thence thtnct to Chicago Chicagorrr ChhalO ChhalOtr Chlvaosir
rrr tr he bl ti will wt join Baron Mrn Sternbcriv Sternberr Sternberi tho fh he heolflflilssoer
rn rhln n IOmmllIOi < ommUmioifbr r The Th latter laUer leaves utve tssves tssvesatrnoott
Jnfiay jnt aiiernooii afrnOf This hts hurried hurrie de < ie
rur r ir viii II uernit I rnlt the execution txtuton of the th theS
S am n for f sailing from San
Frandsco
hlng Sn 1ntnclc on onined OnHI
UatIr HI t o tht the dtt date txe ttxed upon th the
1 th h rt ta upn
mmjfleN
tlmlatur will be enter
wi b enttI
L LI ined In n > d ut t luncheon lunhen today toda by b Secretary SecretaryI Seretr
I
I
I Ur r S Slf lf Aw A w i In IIlrnrtlon IIlrnrtlonaR I iii lriirllnii lriirllniiSan run In InSa
San Sa aR Francisco Fan o April ApIIDr 17Dr W S S Solf Solfeinly Sol Solfeiitiy
einly tltl appointed appinte President Preeat of o the rauni rauniof ntunlh inuniof
h < > of Apia AI has Mi arrived arve here here en eno tn tnJlt tnJte
Jlt Jte o PsracM tamct As It is S possible flble that tht the thecommission tbetmmllo thecnmiisIon
commission tmmllo w iticy y affect att his hb position positionity positionsays
says ity i hr will 1 await Instructions IntrcUos pton ptoni here hereWjik hert
Ltltt Lto k l4xtflg g for th the hUMI is4ands
11 11 hM JCHi rttt c I I 31tlI 3lstIrts 4bscrr 4bscrrWilkesherre blClr blClrUkbrre
Wjik Wilkesherre Ukbrre sbarre Pa P April Aprl 17 1iWhle 1TWhile While sh sht s in inL
L t I t 1 paying ylng a brief btd visit to a iwiKhbor Ithbr last lastnt Jlt Jltrnttb lastrnI
rnttb rnI < nt iti tooiMMr h hotis wf Mrs Jacob Jaob I Loeock woch h In Inton InJ
J ton to Township Townhf wu WI wea destroyed dtr1M by b Hr HroA lire
oA 4 b her r tbr three e children dUldren Mary Mar Marrrd aa A a six sixtlitrina x xIbmn
tlitrina < agrd at rd four and an Apollo Apl poio aged agedwre aC agedre
re were wr burntti lrnti to d fh dsIh ath The Te charred cfcarrod4t charredu4ts
carrc
v1e u4ts 4t s wc wen > fouiid Ird In tb d the ruins ruinsXnrdcrcr rul rulXrrer rulnasrdrrrr
Xnrdcrcr srdrrrr Senlrurcil in to toPr 0 Hantf HantfK UHle
K Ito or P Pr April A 17 h7Jwde J Mge Scto teuifr teuifrj hckuyr hckuyriy yr yrrJay
rJay j iy s MAt sentenced nttmed Lew L1n LcwUyn Ujrn Movt owl ot the ther therdrtr
lcrr rdrtr s Harv harvey Wu Wurstr r tb IN PkKa PkKab Pl1
I d lid aN fft tt141n tI4e1I I eP5t0i <
I b b 1 bn tunred Date Dtt Det if f execution t t1on will btt btti bt
ht hlxtAj i J by the tb Governor GovernorMM OovruCr OovruCrI
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SPAINS TURBULENT ELECTION ELECTIONGovernment ELECTIN ELECTINGoerlrfnt ELECTIONGoeriitiipt
Government Goerlrfnt Candida Calulhlats Employed Em mpIOffl ployed Force Forcelo Forceto orce orceII
lo II Turn Tel Tir Ih tJn h > TI Tide < I of cr U Leret LeretMadrid r > 4t 4tMadrM t t1drl
Madrid April Aprl 17 liDurin 17During During election eletion riot riotat rot riots riotsat
at Bilbao DUbo twentysis peroM lrlM were wound woundid won woundtd
id < d Popular P lr feeling teelng runs rns high in Valencia Valenciaand Yaltnclaan Valsuciaand
and an the surrounding uruntog districts districtsTh dbtrcts dbtrctsThre dIstrictsThere
Th Thre There re waa as a serious affair anr in the town of ofPortoe orIt ofIorto
Portoe It ro province poln of Tarragona T4rrafon where whre the theolficial tbeoUcl theoUiel
olficial oUcl candidate cniate being Ing beaten ten the muni municipal munlcpl municlpnl ¬
cipal cpl officials f lal fired fred sun auns un at the crowd in injuring InJutR inJurht ¬
JutR Jurht juring a J number numor of persons personsTh penopsThe porsosThe
Th The Sllts SoeIfts Socialists are preparing to make a ademonstration ad adenionatntion
preprnJ
demonstration d motUGn at Bilbao Bibao as a protest protestagainst protestKinpt
against tne defeat d rclf of their candidate candidatewhich candidatewkkh
which wMel they th allege leJ was wa due to the scan scn
dakMis da1 conduct cnt of police ple provocateurs provocteur in
Instigating IDUgtng disorders disordersTh dlrders dlrdersTI tilsordereThe
Th TI The newspapers ewspepez lP n have announced that
Don Dn Jim Jllm son n of Don Carlos annonce the Span Spn ¬
ish
pretender is on his way wa to the Pyre
7frQ9 7frQ9The ntM ntMThe nee neeThe
The latest latet indications Inictons ax to the th result of ofi
the e elections UonH v rtlc are that lul lnc the MinisterJaist resul
will wH i i u have hve a wrge rge majority lnls era15t
JCdglng l5 froi rr 1 th the majrl returns returs thus far fa rc rciJuFf
celved
the
telM governmn be
Jornment ma may bE expected
iJuFf to get 2Sf out ° l of tlOseats no l ° 5eats Two expete hundred
and fortythree forythree K ministerialists have hundrE been beenVT
mlniterlallts
el elected t VT Incuing Including vuis ioj 18 1E9 aiivensis SIelstl Silvelfats 53 foiavie Polavie
3
jets Jt and 3 Pidalisls PdaJsts The opposition op re
Urnu hrl include Incude 88 S 5 Liberals Iberls 3 Gamazlsts lton 18
Tetwanlttu Tetuanllt > IS 1i l Republicans Republcns Gama1ts 5 Romerlsts
Romerlt
and an 4 Carllats CarllatsUNDER CarUstsUNDER CarlistsUNDER
UNDER FIRE IN REICHSTAG REICHSTAGAttack REICHSTAGAtack REICIISTAGAttack
Atack Attack on American 3Ieat Interests InterestsEvokes InterestsErokcs InterestsEvokes
Evokes Applause ApplauseThe
The Inspection Inlecton Tllll 11 Not ot Likely to Receive Receivethe Receivethe ReceivetlioAiproval
the tlioAiproval Approral of ofttio the Study HUl an HI Heine HeineFramed Ueln UelnFramed iieInFramed
Framed for the ISeueGt ISeueGtof Uelelt UeleltoC lienetitof
of Other Nation NationBrlln atIonL atIonLflr1In
1tonL 1tonLB
Brlln B rln April Apri 17 1Te 17The The Reichstag today
began the consideration conslderton of the meat In Inspection Inspecton inspection ¬
spection specton bill bi Surprise was expressed at atthe atthe atthe
the fact that the Minister lnlster of the Interior InteriorCount lnterlorCoun interiorCount
Count Coun PosadowskyWehner Josadowsk Vehner who alone alonerepresented aone aonereprescnted alonerepresented
represented the government goverment contrary contral to tocustom toeu tocustom
custom eu tor did not make an introductory introductoryspeech Introductor Introductoryspeech
speech speechHerr speechHerr speechherr
Herr Gerstenbcrger Gertenb < ger Centrist who open opened openthe opened ¬
ed the debate opposed oppose the bill bi on the theground theground theground
ground that it did not meet mee the require requirements requirements
ments of o the case He said Id the govern government government
ment ought not to be overInfluenced ocrIntuencd by byfear b bfer byfear
fear fer of reprisals rprlsalf adding that if German Germanmeats Germanmeats Germanmeats
meats could not rot be be treated treate on an a equal equalfooting eual eualfootng equalfooting
footing footng with wih foreign imports the latter lattershould later latershould latterthould
should be excluded He then
exclude moved to re refer refer ¬
fer 1 the bill bi to a committee committeeCount commItee commIteeCount committeeCount
Count von Kallnckewstroem Ralnckewstroem Conserva Conservative Consela Consela1ve Conservative ¬
tive 1ve also contended that foreign meats meatsshould meal meatsshould
should be subjected subjecte to the same conditions conditionsas cnditons cnditonsas
as German meals adding that the party partyabsolutely part partnbsolutel partyabsolutely
absolutely nbsolutel demanded deranded a doubl oubl Inspection Inspectionof Ins cton ctonot
of home and foreign meats It 1 was Im Impossible Impossible Impossible ¬
possible the speaker claimed claimec to give the theBundesrath theBundesrath theBundesratli
Bundesrath full rul power to entirely entrely exempt exemptAmerican exemptAmprlCn exemptAmerican
American AmprlCn firms frms from the regulations rgulatons and andasked andaske andasked
asked aske the government to give definite defnie as assurance assurnce asnurance ¬
surance surnce that no concessions to foreign foreignmeats foreignmeats foreignmeats
meats were Wfre contemplated contemplatedTile contemplatedTne contemplatedToe
Tile statements of Count von on Kallnck Kallnckewstroem KaUnci Kalinccewstrotm ¬
ewstroem Cwstroem were applauded by the t1 Agrari Agrarians Abdrlans Agrarians ¬
ans especially especialy when he declared that in inthis inthis inthis
this question Iueston Agrarian grrlan interests In the thea8t theMlt thetact
tact > a8t west and south outh were identical Idential and andalso andtIso
anl
also his assertion mwrton that the real authors of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bill bi were not the officials otclals of the Mln Miiiistry ln lnIstry
Istry of the Interior Inerior and of Agriculture Agriculturebut Agrculure Agrculurebut Agriculturebut
but those of the Foreign Office Ofce When hen he hequoted Ill helUotdd
quoted Iuote American Americn papers papers In support of his hiscontention 111scontenton iis iiscontention
contention contenton that the American packers packer
had not scrupled scrpled tb poison plson the American Americanarmy Aaericanarmy prlcan prlcanarmy
army and therefore therifore would have 1a e much muchless muchleas muchless
less scruple scrple in poisoning pisoning Germans therp therpwas ther therwas thierwas
was much applause even from rota the gal galleries galleries galleries ¬
leries leriesTlie leriesfhe leriesThe
The impression Imprtsslon prevails prevais that the Reich Reichstag Relchstag ReichStag ¬
stag bill bi in its Is present shape will wi not notprove notprove notprove
prove acceptable as ts it I Is looked looke upon as
favoring foreigners The Tle bill bi will wi be de debated debatfd debated ¬
bated batfd tomorrow and will wi then go to com committee co comltee conmittee
mittee is mltee where the real fight fght will wi begin be1n It I
questionable whether the
questonable government governmentwill gormem gormemwi governmentvihi
will wi accept acept the bill bi If it is greatly greatlyamended great greatlyamended
amended amendedThe amendedThe amendedThe
The German Gfrman Agricultural Council
Agriculturl Counci to toilny ¬
day presented prescnte a petition p tHon to the govern government government governmeal ¬
ment pointing IJolntng out that several severl features featuresof
of the bill bi were injurious to the interests interestsof
of agriculturists agriculurists and demanding its Is with ¬
drawal drawalCount dra drawalCount wal walCount wlh
Count PosadowskyWehner Posadowsk Y elmer excused excus l the theabsence theabsence theabsence
absence of the usual introductory
Introtu tlr speech fpeech
by b saying the
views of the government governmentwere governmtnt governmtntwere governmentwere
were set forth in the bill bi and the Min ¬
isters life h added addec were under no obliga obligations oblg1 oblg1tons obligations ln ¬
tions tons to defend against attacks ataclts a a a bill billwhich bi billnhiich
which was a
hygienic veterinary eterlnl1Y aid po ¬
lce lice measure intended to prevent the thespread thespread thespread
spread of disease and the government governmenthe goerlnent goerlnentle govertilnenthe
he le pointed out undoubtedly undoubtedl possessed the theright theright theright
right to apply apJb to foreign meat any an control controlexercised cllrol cllrolfxerlsed controlexercised
exercised over the he home
fxerlsed product as aswithin aswithin aswithin
within the domain of Internal administra administration administr adinlnistration ¬
tion ton they were masters in their own
house houseRelative houseUclate houseRelative
Relative Uclate to the suggestion su geston of an aneventual aneentual aneventual
eventual absolute prohibition of meat im imports Imports imports ¬
ports the Minister nlster also als said the question questionarose queston questonarose questionarose
arose as to whether Germany German could dis dispense cis cispense lisPense ¬
pense with wih such imports hUllrts The Prussian Prussiangovernment lrsian lrsianOerment lrussiangovernment
government Oerment bad not found the existing existingregulations txi txirtlngregulations tng tngregulations
regulations adequate and therefore threore had hadapplied hldappled hadSPIlied
applied appled to the imperial 1m penal government govrm nt and andfully andful andfully
fully ful approved the bill bi Moreover lor oVt the thegovernment thegoemment thegovernment
government reserved reened the right of extend extending extendIng extendlug ¬
ing the more stringent regulations regulatons to for foreign rordg forcign ¬
eign dg countries at any an time timeCount tme tmeCount timeCount
Count PosadowskyWehner Posndowsky ehner sail t the thelower thelower thelower
lower house of the Prussian Diet was wasunanimously wasunanimously wasunanimously
unanimously of the opinion thai th t the thl in inspection Inspecton inspectlon ¬
spection specton should be extended to home
killed kied meat mea t as obligatory oblgator inspection Inspectn had hadnotably hadnotabl hadnotably
notably notabl Improved Impred German meats U PI Ue < also alsosaid alsould alsosaid
said uld the control of the importation imprtation of ofmeat ofment ofmeat
meat would be thoroughly thorughly adequate and andwould andwould andwould
would exclude ecludc unfair foreign competition competitionRAMLOLLAS cmpttiton cmpttitonnDI competition11AM
RAMLOLLAS nDI POLLAS AMBITION AMB1TIOXAlleged AMBITIONAlleged I lnOX lnOXAlcged
Alleged Alcged that Utlt Fapnl Papll Secretary I I Is Schem Scheming SchemIng Scleziilug ¬
ing to lie 1e Elected EI cec Jopr JoprLondon IopeLondon up uplndon
London lndon April prl IS ISThe The Rome corre correspondent correondent correspondent ¬
spondent ondent of the Daily DaJ Telegraph Tclgh sends s Os the thesubstance tb tbsubstance thesubstance
substance of an Interview he ht has had hadwith hadwih hadwith
with wih a prelate Irelatt who assisted asslste yesterday tstena IK IKthe It Icthe
the celebration celcbmlon of the twentyfirst twentfrt anni anniversary annivery analversary ¬
versary very of the Pope at St Peters Peters Cathe Cathedral Cthedrl Cathedish
dish drl The Th prelate prlate In question qu tn said si that thatCardinal Ut3tCadinl thatCardinal
Cardinal Cadinl Rampollt RampUa the papal Ppal Secretary Seretar of ofState orState ofState
State is the real rel Pope and an that thlt his object objectis obJet obJetIs
is to elect el t himself hlmsl or one of his nominees nomineesto nomlnf
to succeed Leo LeoTo LeoTo LeoTo
8ueee
To attain atain this declared d laro the th < ecclesias ecclesiastic eceleslastic clcsfa ¬
tic te It is necessary nte ary that the th Pop Pop Pope should shouldcreate shl shosjjcreate
create new nlW Cardinals l rdlnJ as the Sacred S Col Colleft ColIil CotIeee
cre
left Iil > Is now eo grouped Jroupe as to leave leae Ram Raoipolla RJ Ramplla =
polla pla no chance chanceluiulou chance chancelllou chanceLndou
luiulou lllou nK ikacniprr k > cniprr rnllrr Fiat rial I flame flameLondon tinmesLondon lame lameLnon
London Lnon April Aprl 17Hyde Park Pak Court Cort Al Albert t tbert 1 1hert ¬
bert Gate one of the th finest fntst fin and an most mostfashionable mGstfa mostfashionable
fashionable fa hloable blocks bloks of the th residential rtenttl fiats fiatsoverlooking fts ftsoerlokln flatsoverlooking
overlooking oerlokln the th famous Rotten RoteR Row Rowcaught Rw Rwcaught Rowcaught
caught lire fre this morning mrning The building buildingwhich bldtnJ buildingwhich
which I Ie eleven stories Siore high practically practicallyadjoins prcUcl practicallyadjoins
adjoins adjs the house hOi occupied oCple by Sir Si Herbert HerbertNaylorLoyland H HerbertNavlorLoylard < lt ltylorLolr
Hart Liberal
NaylorLoyland ylorLolr Bnrt Ubrl member memberof
I of Parliament Ir1ament whose whe wife wl was AS Miss US Jen Jennie J Jetinie a ahie ¬
nie Chamberlain Cb rlaln of Cleveland Cleelan Ohio Ohi The Thedefective Thedefective
I defective dtfttve arrangements arrngel t of o the London LnQn fire flrebrigade fre frebrde firebrijade
brigade brde were wore again aln demonstrated demontrUe and andeven andeven
I even efn when the fire re escapes pe reached reehe the theIene thescene
I cren Iene scene they the were r too to short shot ts reach rtth th thi the tbei theleoi4e
i i people IJtlte in 1f the upper uppr stories slorlt who only onl es escaped escaptd ¬
caped cpo with wth the greatest rl rsatOit t difficulty dittty The Theuwier Te Teultl Theup5flL
I uwier ultl part pn of 0 th the structure 8ttuctur was 135 gutted guttedBerlin Ite IteJIIUlltr vtted vttedlaiposler
JIIUlltr laiposler 6 C IM 1 th il ut gAtse f nOcIC nOcICBUa iHfiIric iHfiIricBerlin
Berlin BUa April Apr 17 liLst 17Last Last December Dombr a Dr Drter DrEsser
E Esser ter who wl claimed cime to have h Ju JW just re returned returned ¬
turned from an extended tour of th lh Gee German CrM Geemite ¬
turne extet
man M coloafc 01 wax granted rnte a km I < audi audience ati atin asfttnce ¬
ence n br Emperor Zf rr William Wmt wh wh who waa as great greatly crtat crtatI greatI ¬
ly I interested mtCHte in 1f his narrative In1ul ui i who whonmardwd whorac whorewarded
rewarded Hfcwr J er with th tb use lnd lndcrw secondeu secondeucrown ecatie c8 c8crown
crown rac order A Mumtttr et ofcolonials f doutrttec doutrtteccolonial cuttl
crw r
colonial coniJ orr fcr n been bi inr InlI investigating Ugaiin < md mdezalMsg m mexamining
examining eU Easer 16r wh who it now a apsars apsarshas Wr WrhW p rs rsbaa
baa hW been ttn shown to Lo 1 a 1 rank nnk impostor
ARMY NOT REPULSED REPULSEDLawtons REPULSEDLawtons REPULSEDLawtons
Lawtons Retrograde Move Movement Moveineiit ¬
ment Inelt Upon Manila ManilaNEW Mania ManiaKEW ManilaLNEW
NEW POLICY IN THE PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINESThe PIILIPPIXES PIILIPPIXESThc
The Government Determines Determlnelto to Enter Up Upon Upon Upon ¬
on a Different Diferent Course with the Begin Beginning Beginiiin eJln eJlnnln ¬
nln ning of the Rainy Ialn Season 5eaolIeporla Seasoultcporls Itcporla Via YinLondon ViaLondon
London 10101 that the American Volunteor VolunteorAre VolunteersAre Volunteers VolunteersAre
Are Showing1 5holnl SlowIn Signs SJIU or Discontent DllcontentExp DllcontentExprleneeufOtherCountrlelSlmlar DiscontentExperienceofOthierCouutriesslmilar Expe Experience ¬
rience rleneeufOtherCountrlelSlmlar rienceofOthierCouutriesslmilar of Other Countries Similar to Oars OarsNo OUr OUrNo OursNo
No telegrams telegms were received recehe at the War WarDepartment WarDepartment WarDepartment
Department yesterday from Gen Gen Otis Otisand Ots Otsand Otisand
and the absence of any report reDrt from fromhim fromhim rom romhim
him was accepted accepte by b the officials ofcials as an anindication anindication m mIndicaton
indication Indicaton that there was no foundation foundationfor loundatnn loundatnntor foundationfor
for the apparently apprenty discouraging discourging reports reportspublished repot repotspublished
published publshed In the papers pap r yesterday morn mornIng mOrdlng moziling
Ing IngAs
As a matter mater of fact the return retur of Gen GenLawton GenLwton GenLawton
Lawton Lwton to Manila was anticipated here hereWhen herehen hereWhen
When hen he left lef on his campaign Carpalgn he car carried cr crrIed carned ¬
ried with wih him rations rtons for only ten days daysand dl daysand S
and his return Is sufficient sufcient evidence evience that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the work which he attempted atempte the driving drivingback drhngback drivingback
back of the rebels rEbels was waf successfully succesrul ac accomplished accomplshed accompllshed ¬
complished complshed No credence creence was placed by bythe bythe bythe
the War Department Deparmen officials ofcials in the re reported reprted reported ¬
ported prted interview with Gen Lawton Lwton in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which he was made to say that it would wouldrequire wouldreuire wouldrequire
require reuire an army arm of 100000 100 men to hold holdthe holdthe holdthe
the Philippines Phippines It I is possible that tft tftmay lomay o omay
may have remarked that It would take takethis tak takthis takethis
this number of men to garrison every everytown ever evertown everytown
town in the te islands Such a a statement statementwould statementwould statementwould
would undoubtedly undoubedl be true but there is isno Isno s sno
no intention Intenton of establishing establshing these garri garrisons garrisons arrl arrlson9 ¬
sons They The are not believed beleved to be neces necessary neccssary necessary ¬
sary On the contrary contrr the sentiment sentimentamong seniment senimentamong sentimentamong
among the officials ofclals Is that the object les lesson lesson leason ¬
son of aggressive aggresive warfare which has thus thusbeen thusbeen thusbeen
been given to the natives natves will wi be audi suttlclent sull sullclent audident
clent to hold in check the great mass of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Filipinos FilipinosIt Flpinos FlpinosI
It I was stated yesterday at the War De Department Department Department ¬
partment that no request has been re received receive received ¬
ceived ceive from the Philippines Philppines for a larger largerforce largerforce largerforce
force and there is no intention Intenton of in increasing Increasing increasing ¬
creasing the army arm there ther beyond the seven sevenregiments sevenrebments sevenregiments
regiments which have already been ben or ordered orderd ordered ¬
dered to Manila Iania No doubt is entertained entertainedof
of the ability abity of Gen Otis OU to hold his hisown hisown hisown
own until unt these regiments can reach the thescene th thescene i iscene
scene of action acton The troops now Jn n the tbcPhilippines t thePhilippines c cPhipplnes
Philippines Phipplnes are said to be in excellent excellentcondition excelent excelentconditon excellentcondition
condition conditon fully Cul equipped and healthy healthyNu bealh bealhNu healthyN
Nu N Native lthe ative Itegiiiieiits Ue ll ltl Yet YelThere YerThere YetThere
There was some talk talt yesterday iesteray to the theeffect theerect theeffect
effect erect that the conditions In the tie Philip Philippines Phlp Phlppines PhilIppines ¬
pines would necessitate ecesslate the Immediate Immediatecreation Immedla immediatecreation t
creation creaton of the provisional regiments reglment of ofnatives ofnatvs ofnatives
natives natvs provided for in the army arm bill bi but burSecretary butSecretary butSecretary
Secretary Alger positively pitvely denied denie that this thisaction thisacton thisaction
action acton was at present contemplated < The ThePresident TiePresident TlePresident
President has not yet e given the slightest slightestconsideration slghtct slghtctconsideraton slightestconsideration
consideration consideraton to the formation formaton or these theseregiments theseregiments
regiments and the fact that they are not notregarded notregarded notregarded
regarded as necessary necessry at this time tme tmefords af affords a afords ¬
fords the best proof of the optimistic o tmlste fnA fnAing f1ing ICCIing
ing entertained in the department In Infact Intact Infact
fact It I is asserted positively posively that nothing nothinghas nothinghas nothinghas
has been received recfiwt from the Philippines Philippineswhich Phlpvlnes Phlpvlneswhich Philippineswhich
which is in to be accepted
any way t as asunfavorable asunfavorble asunfavorable
unfavorable unfavorble news newsIt ntws ntwsIt newsIt
It was learned yesterday yestarloy that the th re recent recent ¬
cent action acton of the President in restoring restoringlo r rettorliigto torll i
to the Cortes brothers brother the property PHpe Xvhlch Xvhlchwas vheht vhehtwas hleh hlehwas
was taken from them by Spain during thewar the thewar thewar
war has had a most beneficial benefctal result in inassuring inasurng Inassuring
assuring asurng the leading property rrper owners owntr on onthe onthe ontilt
the islands that twt their rights rlrhts are to be re respected r rspeeted respected ¬
spected It I seems that a very ery large largeamount largeamount largeamount
amount of property was sequestered seuestertd by bySpain bySpain bjSpain
Spain with wih the th idea of of holding It I as a ahostage ahostage
hostage hcstage for the good god conduct of the na natives natives nalives ¬
tives The United States succeeded ucceetcd to tothis tothis tothis
this property proprty and ld as long as it i was wa not notreturned notreturned notreturned
returned the owners felt that their lot lotwas lotwas lotwas
was no better beter under the American Hag Hagthan fag fagthan hagthan
than it I was under the Hag tag of Spain Now Nowthat Xowthat Nowthat
that restoration restoraton Is being bing made the senti sentiment senUnl sentlnlent ¬
ment nl nt toward the United Cnle States Is im improving Improving Improving ¬
proving among ar ng the better beter classes in the theisland thE theisland
island The President has received a acablegram acablegram acablegram
cablegram from frm Gen Otis Ots asserting assertn this thisto thisto thisto
to be a fact and there ther is every reason to tobelieve tobelee tobelieve
believe belee that in the he future futur the greatest greatestconsideration g1atest g1atestconsideraton greatestconsideration
consideration consideraton will wi be shown ihown to those who whosufferedunjustly whosuferedunjusU whosutferedunjustly
sufferedunjustly suferedunjusU at the th hands of Spain SpainIt SpainI SpainIt
It I is expected that with wih the approach approachof
of o the rainy season a new policy POlC will
wi
have to be adopted In the Philippines Phippines but
its i details detais have not been definitely efnlely ar arranged nrrnge arranged ¬
ranged rnge Gen Otis Ots will wi undoubtedly undoubte11 be beasked bl beasked
asked for his opinion as to tne best course courseto couneto courseto
to pursue purue and much will wi depend upon his hisadvice hisadlce hisadvice
advice adviceThe adlceThe adviceThe
The State Department has published publshed a areport areprt areport
report reprt from United Unle States Consul Will Vili
Iams at Manila lanla In which he refutes Wi the thestatements
i i statements stattments icgarding legar ing the health and cli climate climate
mate of the Philippines Phippines Durng the last lastyear Ilst Ilstear lastyear cl
year ear he says he heard head of no temperature temperture temperatureill
I in the islands below 57 5 degrees degre and none noneabove noneabove noneabove
above 95 degrees In the sun The city of
1llanlh Manila is swept by b sea breezes bre zes and et has hasan hasan hasan
an abundant and good water supply suppl The
i death rate rte is small sral and with proper propel care careone
I lone one may be entirely entlrel healthy healthyAmerican health healthyttiiericat cre
I American All rjean Voluiilutrs 1 n tus Discontented DlsconlentedI DlscgistotelLondon Hg HgLondon
London April IS lBThe 18The The Times comment commenting commen commenting ¬
I ing editorially editorialy today toda upon Maj aj Gen GenI GenLawtons
I Lawtons Lwton retirement retrement from the Laguna de deBay deBay tieBay
Bay district in Luzon finds fnds in it nothing nothingsurprising nothln nothingsurpriiing
I surprising sLrprbilng or discouraging discouragingBritish discourgng discourgngI discouraiugBritish
British Britsh Generals Generls have often ofen had to do dothe dote
I the te same sme thing says the Times TIme in insimilar inI insIniiior
I similar slmli circumstances circJmstan s A much graver gravermatter grver grvermater gravermatter
matter Is the
mater reported discontent of the
American Americn troops but here also all al coun countries
j tries pursuing a foreign policy Jolcy have had hadI hadthe
I the same ditliculties dilcultes to contend with wih and andno andnc
i no nC doubt dobt the United lnlte States will wi soon find fnd
it I advisable to imitate European meas measj measures incasares
j ures and to enlist enlst a a regular relar force for the thepurpose thepurpose
te teI
I purpose ptrpose of holding the Philippines Phippines For Foreign Foreign Foreign ¬
eign possessions cannot cnnot be held by volun volunteers volunteens olun olunter ¬
teens ter
MAMLANS JI ILXS USED TO WAR WARAnEvery WAR WARAu WARAiiEverylayAtisir
AnEvery Au AiiEverylayAtisir Everlay lay Afftir tlr that thlt Xo Longer Lner Stirs Stirstlie Str Stirstint
tint Blood of oftlie4versae the Average erize Citizen CitizenCorrespondence CItzn CItzntCArCJe CitizeniCoresence
tCArCJe Correspondence of o the tJ Associated Aoatt Press PreseManila PrH PressManila
Manila Iala March Iarh 19 via San Francisco FranciscoApril Frncisco FrnciscoApri FranciscoApril
April Apri 1C lYar War has beccme so common commonplace commonplace
i place an experience txperlence to Manila Ianla that the ihej theaverage theaverage
j average citizen citzen no longer thinks of be becoming b becoming ¬
I coming excited excie over it I Every Eer night some somepoint somepoint me mepint
point pint of o he horizon horzon is crimsoned crmsono by b the thereflection therefeUon thereflection
reflection refeUon from burning brning huts kindled by bythe b bthe bythe
the soldiers slie to deprive the Insurgents Imlens of ofhiding othldln ofhiding
hiding hldln places place Every Ever nights quiet is isshaken I Ifhak isshaken
shaken fhak n by b the firing frng from the line Jne en encompassing encompassing encompassing ¬
compassing the city elt Every Ever morning moring
brings brffs Its Is pitiful ptul little ltte consignment of ofuncomplaining ofun ofunoomplaining
uncomplaining un omplalnlng wounded woune to the th hospital hospitalManila h02pla hospitalManila
Manila Manll forms tors the American Amern oasis oaIs in n the theIslan tbeI theIslan
Islan I lan of Luzon Luzn Around the til city cl there therestretches therestretches therestretches
stretches a a thin line lne fifteen ttee miles mie long of ofentrenched orentrnche ofentrenched
entrenched entrnche soldiers soldiersThe slers soldiersThe
The Filipino Flpin goes gos into the field feld unin unlncumbered unincumbre unincurnbered
cumbered cumbre with wih useless useess baggage bag age Trou Trousers Trouspg Trousera ¬
sera spg or drawers drwer a shirt shir worn outside outsidethem o outsidetheta ske skethem
them a a straw strw bat cartridge belt bl tnd tndrifle Lrdrifle
rifle rde a a section setin of f bamboo bmo stalk filled filledwith fne filledwith
I IIn
with rice a handful hanrul of green Erten peppers pappus tied tiedin tie tiedin
in a a a handkerchief bakerht sometimes smetmes sandals sandalsthese sanalf I Ithese
these ths form for the equipment tulpment of a Filipino Filipinosoldier Flpln Flplntodier Fil2plnsoldier
soldier soldierNo todier todierNo soldierNo
No finer for defensive I Iand
fner country countr fighting fightingand fshtn fshtnn
and n no n more embarrassing embrr lng for offensive offensiveoperations orenlvc orenlvcoprtno I Ioperations
operations oprtno than the land lan around arond Pasig PasigLake PaslgLake I
Lake could be b imagined lmbn The Chinese Clnee are arethe arethe
the scavengers 3yenger of the war 1r Like vuiturea vuitureathey ruituresthey u tur turth
they th hover 181 m 1 the wake woke of the army armyflocking armrtoktl armydoektx
flocking toktl doektx down dn upon upn the tlE ashes ashe of eveiy eveiyhut evetyhut el3
hut and zui the t ruins rull of churches to die dl out outstuff outSlUt outstuff
stuff SlUt that tt a whUt white man could od possibly possiblyuse ossiblyuse lbly lblyat
use at Some mt of them peddle pdle water and cg cigarettes cgarettee g guete ¬
arettes uete on the line lne One On more mre daring daringttoan dartn dartntben daringthali
ttoan others oUlen crept crit along alo the trenefces trnee of ofthe
the te Kansas Kn regiment nt under uner a hot tire 1r and sn
gm
did a good o trade trde When Wh competitors empetlJrs ap ¬
peered pr he h Aikcumed hume to t point in out to them themthe lhltf ttiuxnthe
the L Sf st spot 0t where wte a a fiokI JoiP soldier r had been be wound wounded wuunde ¬
ed e H emlsly impressing Implr an e them thpm the theafegtirs thaaR thedaugtils
afegtirs aR r of o their tteIr position p010n for or they ran ranaway rnstaway
away awayThe a awayrho
athe The forces of destruction dftrcto are concen cnain ¬
>
trated trted upon upn the the churches churche They Tey are all allsolid al allsolid
solid lold buildings of tt stone tone so the natives nativesuse nativesuse
use them as a forts for Some church churh has h serv served sene served ¬
ed e as the he keystone of nearly every ever Fill Filipino Fi Fillpino ¬
pino defense and the American Aericn artillery artilleryIs utmer utmerIs
Is compelled cmpele to batter btter them Caloocan Caloocanchurch Caloocanchurch
church is a picture of the te havoc of war warThere warTee warThere
There Tee Gen Gen MacArthur acrhur has hu his headquar headquarters bedquar bedquarter hieadquartern ¬
tern ter The Te roof a n skyblue skblu fresco fresc studded stoddedwith 6tnddt studdedwith
with gilt sit stars has jagged jalse holes where whereshells whereshells
shells hels from Deweys ships came cme through throughWithin throughWthi throughWithin
Wthi Within the chancel rail ri is the office ofc of oftho ofthe ofthe
the staff stf and the pulpit pulpits are used for fordesks trdesks fordesks
Ie
desks desks The Te rail ri holds a string strng of o saddles saddlesa saddlesa
a a telephone telephont hangs beside the statue of a asaint asflnt asaint
saint sflnt while whie the telegraph telePh clicks clcks inces incessantly Ince lncessaniiy ¬
santly snty in an alcove alove Cots tots and hammocks hammocksfill bammorl
fill 11 the body boy of the church where soldiers soldiersare soldl2r soldiersare
are sprawled srwled out smoking 1moking and reading readingwhen readingwhen readingwhen
when when off of of duty dutyA dutyA dutyA
A hospital hospial occupies a chapel in a a corner cornerThe cor cornerThe r rThe
The soldiers do not lack reverence but buteverything buteveth1ng buteverythlng
everything eveth1ng must rut bend bn before their work workGen workGen
Gen Otis Ots has put a stop to the plans of ofofficers otofcer ofofficers
officers ofcer who ho wanted wante to bring their wives wivesand wiv wivand wivesand
and families to Manila lanla He said sid This is isnot I Isnot
not a a picnic nor a G A A R encampment encampmentthis encampmentthis encampmentthis
this is war warSERVICE warSERYICE warSERVICE
SERVICE IN I N TUB PHILIPPINES PHILIPPINESt PHILIPPL ES ESSew
Sew JereyalA Jerseyats J itaner er 1n to Go Out t While WlilleDakota U11e U11enlkota WhileTiskota
Dakota nlkota Uoys nO Mjjli I Igl for Hume HumeGov BumeGov HomeGot
Gov Voorhees of New Jersey was at atthe atthe atthe
the White House yesterday sterda to tender to tothe tothe tothe
the President a a request reuest of New cW Jersey Jerseyvolunteers Jere Jerevounteers Jerseyvolunteers
volunteers vounteers In case it should be decided decide to toenlist toenlst toenlist
The Presi President President President
enlist enlst additional additonal volunteers ¬
dent expressed epresse his gratification grtfcton at the theoffer theore theoffer
offer ore but informed Infored the Governor Goeror that his hislatest hislatestadlces hislatest
latest latestadlces advices from the Philippines Phippines were wereto wereto wereto
to the effect efet that the volunteers there therewere thre threwere therewere
were willing wiing to remain until unt the fighting fightingceased fghtng fghtngcease fightingceased1
ceased ceasedSenator cease ceased1 ceased1Senator
Senator Pettigrew Petgrew of South Suth Dakota has haswritten haswriten haswritten
written writen a letter leter to the President Pr ldent request requesting requestIng requestIng ¬
ing the return of the South Dakota volun volunteers volunteers volunteers ¬
teers now n w In the Philippines Phippines He says saysthat sa saysthat s sthat
that under the law they the are entitled entted to tocome tocome tocome
come home and that they should not be beretained beretaine beretained
retained against their will wi The Senator Senatorsays Senatorsays Senatorsays
says retaine he has received reeived requests requets from rom 119 119members 19 19members 119members
members of the South Dakota Dakot regiment regimentasking regimentaskIng regimentasking
asking to be discharged and sent home homeHOLY homeHOLY homeHOLY
HOLY WAR IN CHINA CHINAaiohammedans CHINAlIo1an1medt CHINA3toliantmedane
aiohammedans lIo1an1medt Ual llle ltaiuthe e the Flacof FlaJor FlagofRevoht Revolt Revol In InKIUISU InUuum Inltisu
KIUISU Province ProvinceVictoria JrovlnceVictoria IrnvinceVictoria
Victoria Victoria B C April Aprl 17 lLte 17Late Late Chinese Chinesepapers Chlneepapers Chinesepapers
papers say sa news comes from Lancliou Lanclioucapital Lnchou Lnchoucapial Lanchioucapital
capital capial of Kansu Province that the Mo Mohammedan Johammedan Mohammedan ¬
hammedan communities cmmunites to the northwest northwestof
of the city ctknown cityknown known as the Salah Slah Mussel Musselmans Musselmansthe ussel usselmansthe
mans mansthe mansthe the most savage and bigoted of ofthat orthat ofthat
that faith in the Chinese dominions have haverebelled havereble haverebelled
rebelled reble The green sacred banner of the theprophet theprophet theprophet
prophet has been unfurled by b their theirAkhoon theirAkhoon theirAkhoon
Akhoon or chief Mullah Muilah1 Iulahr and the word wordpassed wordpassed wordpassed
passed to all the Mohammedan oham1 dan townships townshipsin
in Kansu Shenshl and Chinese Turkes Turkestan Tukes Tukestan Turkestan ¬
tan to wage war to the knife knie upon Bud Buddhist Buddhist Buddhist ¬
dhist unbelievers unbelieversA
A telegram from Gov Go Jao of Chinese ChineseTurkestan ChineseTurkcstan ChineseTurkestan
Turkestan whose capital capial Is Urnmsti Urmst has hasalso hasalso hasalso
also been received at Peking reporting reportingconsiderable reportng reportngconsiderble reportingconsiderable
considerable considerble unrest among the Tunganls TunganlsChinese TunganisChinese fungnls fungnlsCinese
and Tarantchls Tarantchlsin
Chinese Cinese Mohanrredans lohanredans
in Kuldja and Turks Trks in Kashgara KashgaraA
A later dispatch dlipatch from Viceroy Yicero Tao of ofKansu ofKanlu ofKansti
Kansu Kanlu was received at Peking report reporting reportIng reporting ¬
ing the th massacre of over thirty Chinese ChineseBuddhists ChineseBuddhists ChineseBuddhists
Buddhists by b rebel Salan Mohammedans MohammedansA
A general conflagration is feared with the thereturn thereturn thereturn
return of warm weather in April or May Maywhen Maywhen Iay Iaywhen
when communication becomes > s easier un unItss unIlSS Unless
less a strong army Is assembled In Kansu KansuThe KansuThe KansuThe
The Viceroy complaineij of the withdraw withdrawal ¬
al to Peking of Gens Tung Fuchsiang and andChung andChang andChang
Chang Chun with their best troops whose whosenanguinary whosemlngulnary whosenungulnary
nanguinary battles for the past twenty twentyyears twentyear8 twentyyears
years ear8 against the Mohammedans have havemade havemade havemade
made them greatly feared by the latter latternot latternot latternot
not only in Kansu amm but also in Chinese ChineseTurkestan ChlneseTurkestan ChineseTurkestan
Turkestan and that in consequence the thewholeriiorthyest th thwholeDorthyest thetvhulcnorthwest
wholeriiorthyest js j practically defenseless defenselessand defenselesslnd defenselessend
and at the the mercy merc of the Mohammedans It Ifthey Itthe Itthey
they the should unite and rebel rebelDESPERATE rebelDESPERATE rebelDESPERATE
DESPERATE MOONSHINER CAUGHT CAUGHTWilliam CAUGHTWllllllm CAUGHTWilliam
William Lauterinilk Who lao Killed J lIIet1 a Dep Deputy DepUty Depthy ¬
uty Marshal lu Custody CustodySpecial CustodySptfl31 CustodySpedal
Special to The Post PostChattanooga PostChartanooga PoetChaltanooga
Chattanooga Tenn April 17 IV 17UnIted 17UnItedStaten UnIted UnItedStates UnltedStates
States Marshal Charles Ross arrived here heretoday hereto heretoday
today to 1a < with William Lautermilk one of ofthe ofthe
the most notorious and desperate moon moonshiners moonshiners moonshiners ¬
shiners and murderers of East Tennessee Tennesseemountains Tennesstemountains Tennesseemountains
mountains Lautermilk has several times timesbeen timesbeen timesbeen
been the ringleader in battles between betweenmoonshiners betweenmoonshlners betweenrroonshlners
moonshiners and revenue officers Hehas He Hehas Hehas
has been shot many times but somehow somehowhe
he always escaped arrest till this time timeDuring timeDuring timeDuring
During 18SC Deputy Marshal Biggs at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to arrest Lautermilk while whll he hewas hewas hewas
was selling liquor at Ducktown Tenn A Aterrible Aterrible Aterrible
terrible running fight followed Lauter Lautermilk Lautermilk Lautermilk ¬
milk was shot in the leg but escaped escapedBiggs escapcdBiggs escapedRiggs
Biggs died two days later Since then thenLautermilk then1autermllk thenLautermilk
Lautermilk has lUl been dodging officers officershaving otflcershaving otilcershaving
having sent word that he would not be betaken betaken betaken
taken alive Saturday night nlghtllarhal Marshal Ross Rossaccompanied Rossaccompanied Rossaccompanied
accompanied by a posse stole into the themountain themountain themountain
mountain home of the moonshiner plac placing placIng placing ¬
ing irons on him before Lautermilk could couldresist couldresist couldresist
resist His friends made an unsuccessful unsuccessfuleffort unsuccessfuleffort unsuccessfuleffort
effort to rescue him but the prisoner was waslanded waslanded as aslanded
landed safely In the local jail Lautermilk Lautermilkis
is rich and is wanted for a number of ofmountain ofmountain ofmountain
mountain crimes Four distilleries were wereraided wereraided wereraided
raided
THE RIOT AT THE PRESIDIO PRESIDIOXearly PRESIDIOearly PRESIDIOsear1y
Xearly early Two Two liundreil Jlen leli Under Arrest ArrestInceiullarics ArrelitIllcendllrlc5 ArrestIiscentlianlcs
Inceiullarics Nut lIt Discovered DlscovureilSan DiscoveredSan llicovcret1San
San Francisco April 17 HArmy Army officials officialsare officialsare officialsare
are making every effort to ascertain the thereal thereal thereal
real cufprlts in the riotous proceeding at atthe atthe atthe
the Presidio last night Nearly 2J 00 P men menmostly menmostly menmostly
mostly recruits are under arrest pending pendingfurther pendlnfurther pendingfurther
further Investigation Later the investi investigating Inrcstgating nvcstgating ¬
gating officers discovered the culprits whrt whrtunmercifully whlunmerclfull wh whunmercifully
unmercifully beat King Kln They are known knownas knownas
as Clark Shorty Short and Miller MillerSo MillerSo MillerSo
So far all efforts to discover the perpe perpetrators p perpetrators rpe rpetrators ¬
trators of the Incendiarism have been un unavailing unavailing unavailing ¬
availing Over 130 O men have been exam examined examIned exammed ¬
ined but very yer little information has been beenobtained beenobtained beenobtained
obtained Rehfeld the saloon man feels feelscertain feelscertain feelscertain
certain that he h can Identify fdenU the ringlead ringleaders ringleadera ¬
ers but fears the soldiers will m do him himsome himsome himsome
some bodily bodll injury He has been assured assuredof assur assurot assuredof
of protection and summoned to appear be before before beore ¬
fore ore the board boardTO boardTO beardTO
TO OBSERVE THE ECLIPSE ECLIPSEPrinceton ECLIPSEPrince ECLIPSEPrInceton
Princeton Prince tOil Will 111 Semi an Expedition to toNorth toorth toNorth
North orth Carolina Next Year YearPrinceton YearPrinceton YearPrinceton
Princeton N J April 17 HProf Prof Young Youngtoday Youn Yountoday Youngtoday
today stated that an expedition will be besent besent
sent from Princeton in 1SOO W to North Caro Carolina Carolina aro arohina ¬
lina to make observations on the suns sunstotal sunstotal sunstotal
total eclipse The phenomenon will occur on onthe onthe onthe
the morning of May 28 1500 ir The shadow shadowof shadowor shadowof
of the > eclipse will peas J6 north from New NewOrleans NowOrle NetsOrleans
Orleans Orle ns to Norfolk Va and the party partyRill part partm partystill
Rill m be stationed in its path pathWoman pathnWIiIl pathwwai
Woman nWIiIl Luvrror Wed rcl cil u Iurunet to llr llrHamilton U UHamilton tSrHamilton
Hamilton Bermuda April 17 17Mrs 17MrsMary Mrs MrsMan rs rsIary
Man Kennedy Kenned Brown a a practicing at attorney attorn attorney ¬
torney torn or Boston and a graduate of Cor Cornell Cornen Cornell ¬
nell University was married today at atPembroke atPembroke
Pembroke Church to Lieut Alan Boa Bosworth B Boaworth
worth Smith of r the British armored armoredcoast armQretleOllSt armoredcoast
coast defense ship Hotspur flagship at atthis atthis atthis
this port Lieut Smith is heir to an Eng En EnhJilh ¬
lish Baronetcy Baronetc The United States Con ConI Consul
sul gave the bride away awayIMltnr awa awaI awaI awayEditor
Editor J cItorCaned Caned by bJncIl bJncIlSt byJodgeSt Judge JudgeSt
I St St Louis April 17 liA A special to the Re Republic R Rpublic Republic ¬
public from Chllllcothe Mo fo says Ben V r rI FI
I Beasell postmaster postmu ter of that place and andeditor
editor of a local paper was wa caned l today todayby todayby tod4yby
by Judge E J 1 Broadlus of the Seventh SeventhJudicial SeventhJudicial
Judicial Circuit m ult The Judge took offen offenat otfePK otfePKat orfepecat
at an editorial In Baeils itrs paper and andcalled anJcnllud andcalI
called calI on him Words folowed and ane the theJudge th thJudg theJudge
Judge ns need i a htekhnr h khr cane with telling tell1ngeffect tellingeffect
effect until mutual friends interfered
I
I ryi ry Stokes Ainih 101 Is rSprrch r rSgiesrbSchenectady
I Schenectady henectad N Y April AprllliWfJUam AprllliWfJUamBryan IT 17WillIam William J JBryan j jBryan
Bryan arrived nrrh here this afternoon A Agreat Agreat
great crowd met him at the railroad sta station 203tlon atalion ¬
lion Afierwurd he held a reception In Inthe Inthe inthe
the Hotel Edison parlor Tonight he hespoke hespoke hespoke
spoke at the > Central Opera House to near nearly n nasaly W WI ¬
ly I 4 f00t 4O < K6 people making makll much theiame the same oil oildre nildress
dre dress s as that delivered at the New York Yorkbanquet Yorkbenquet Yorkbentuet
banquet Saturday night nlg 1
TROUBLE FOR CROKERMay CROKER CROKERMay OROKERMay
May Be Made Subject of Con Contempt Contempt Coiltempt ¬
tempt Proceedings ProceedingsREFUSES ProceedingsREFUSES ProceethngsREFUSES
REFUSES TO AXSWER A SWER QUESTIONS QUESTIONSSeveral QUESTIO QUESTIONSSeveral S SSeeral
Several Sharp Tills Between et1Teen Tammany TammanyChleftuhi TammanyChieftain TainmanyCliieftsln
Chieftain antI lawyer Moss 310uDec1ares 310uDec1areslIe Declares DeclaresCommittee
lIe Is Sot ot Going to Europe as u Lung I ICommlUee ii iiCommittee
Committee Remain in Session SeuiollUdu8CJI SeuiollUdu8CJIAuswers SessionItefusraAnswers Kefasrn KefasrnAnswers
Answers to Question uesttons mi Ground that thatThey t1latThe thatThey
They The Involve Personal Business BusinessNew Uuslne IluslnesNew s sXew
New York April prl1 17 liIn In the session of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Mazet Iazet Legislative Investigating Investl Investiatin atln Com Committee Committee Cornmittee ¬
mittee today toda Richard Croker was again againthe againthe gnln gnlnthe
the principal object of Mr Ir Moss exam examination examInation examlnation ¬
ination and the most important develop development Jeelopment leveloprent ¬
ment was the probability that the Tam Tammany Tamm Tammany ¬
many m ny chieftain chl Ctaln and John F Carroll will willbe willbe willbe
be the subject subject of o contempt proceedings proceedingsbefore proceedingsbefore roc edlngs edlngsbefore
before the State Legislature shall adjourn adjournAll adjournAU adjournAll
All during the evidence today toda Mr Croker Crokerparried Crokerparried Crokerparried
parried the questions of the counsel of o the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee and refused to satisfy sutl ry the themembers themembers themembers
members with the amount of information informationhe
he was willing to give regarding certain certainmatters eertalnmatters certainmatters
matters which he classified cJas dtied as personal personalaffairs peronalatralrs personalaffairs
affairs affairsAn atralrsAn affairsAn
An adjournment of the committee was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken this afternoon until next Friday Fridaymorning Fridaymorning dda ddamorning
morning and Mr lr Croker was subpoenaed subpoenaedto subpo naetl naetlto
to reappear before the session on next nextMonday nextIonda iTextMonday
Monday Ionda morning By B the initiative of Mr MrMoss MrMoss lr lr10S5
Moss 10S5 many of whose questions questlonslr Mr Cro Croker Croker Cr0ker ¬
ker repeatedly refused to answer and andwith andlth andwith
with lth whom he had several sallies that thatcame thatcame thatcame
came very er near being personal the th Chair Chairman Chalrman Chairman ¬
man of the committee took such action as aswould aswould aswould
would leave Mr Ir Croker in technical con contempt co cotempt contelnpt ¬
tempt It was stated tonight that when whenMr wh whenMr a aIr
Mr Ir Fallows of the committee left this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon for torAlban forAlbany Albany he had Instructions Instructionsto
to prepare papers adjudging Mr lr Ctoker Ctokerand Crokerand Ciokerand
and John F Carroll in contempt contemptAntiPlatt contemptAntiPlatt contemptAitiPlatt
AntiPlatt KeMtliitiiiii Ueliolnli Defeated DefeatedWhen Uremlec1When litfeatodWhen
When the committee began its inquiry inquirytoday mtulrytoday ntiuirytoday
today about the first thing brought up upwas upwas upwas
was a resort known as the Broadway BroadwayGarden Broad BroadGarden BroadweyGarden
Garden which had flourished in the th upper upperBroadway UlPtcBroadwa upcrBroadway
Broadway Broadwa district for some tim time In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this place the alleged robbery of the t1 e former formerMayor tormerJlayor formerMayor
Mayor of Trenton Frank Magowan took tookplace tOQkplace tookplace
place and Simon Buttner the former former pro proprietor TJfprletor proprietor ¬
prietor of the garden and several of his hiswaiters hiswaiters hiswaiters
waiters were examined Buttner made madesome lOa1eIome madesome
some startling charges against Police PoliceCaptain PoJ1ceCaptain PoliceCaptain
Captain Price and his waiters aiter corrobo corroborated cotroborated corroborated ¬
rated in part his testimony testimonyAssemblyman testlmon testlmonAssembhman testimonyAssemblyman
Assemblyman Hoffman offered a resolu resolution resolution resolulion ¬
tion to have certain prominent men sum summoned summond summoned ¬
moned before the th committee because of a arumor arumor arumor
rumor rumor that a certain law firm by and andwith andwith andwith
with the th assistance of other persons by bycorrupt bycorrupt bycorrupt
corrupt methods secured the passage passagethrough passagethrouh passagethrough
through the Assembly of the Astoria Astoriagas Astoriagas Astoriagas
gas franchise whose real purpose was wasto wasto wasto
to enable the Consolidated Gas Company Companyto
to force a consolidation of all the gas in interests Interests interests ¬
terests in the city to the end that the thesupply the5upply thesupply
supply of gas might be controlled and andthe pndthe mdthe
the price regulated by the socalled con consolidation consolidation eonsohidation ¬
solidation solidationMr solidationr sohidationMr
Mr r Hoffman wanted to subpoena the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law firm of Tracy Boardman Platt PlattElihu PlattElihu PiattElihu
Elihu Root the Incorporators of the As Astoria Astoria Astoria ¬
toria Heat Light and Power Company CompanyTfcwfts COmpanyT CompanyTnaJtjBanjaxniaIOdell
Tfcwfts T TnaJtjBanjaxniaIOdell eBiUrvfeiiJamiaUiCWeH Jattlttljamln E Odell Lem Lemuel Lemuei Lemuei ¬
uel uei ElIvQuIggTSndJoKn EIIQulgg hTd drohn Jobn b D Crimmins CrimminsThe CrimminsThe CrlmminsThe
The resolution r solutlon was defeated however howeverfive howeverfive
five Republicans opposing it and two Dem Democrats Democrats Damocrats ¬
ocrats favoring it itCroker ItCroker itCrokerou
Croker Crokerou on Campaign Contribution ContributionRichard ContrlbntlollRIchard CoitribntloiRichard
Richard Croker was called to the stand standsoon standsoon standsoon
soon after noon and he occupied the at attention attcntlon attelition ¬
tention of the committee the rest of the thesession thesession thesession
session He testified that the police did didnot dIdnot didnot
not contribute a cent to the Tammany Tammanycampaign Tamman Tammancampaign Tammanycampaign
campaign last year but that tht office officeholders oft1ceholders officeholders ¬
holders holders did He could not teil the amount amountof amountof amountof
of money raised ral etl last year ear nor did he heknow heknow heknow
know in what bank the funds were kept keptHe keptHe keptHe
He said he had never received a cent centfrom centfrom centfrom
from Bourke Cockran He also swore he hewas hewas hetsas
was never caught short with Manhattan Manhattanstock Manhattanstock Ianhattanstock
stock and did qot lose mooo moooWhen 27000 27000When 27000When
When Richard Croker was called caik Mr MrMoss MrMoss Ir Iross
Moss oss asked him about the contributions contributionsrnadft contribltfonsmade contribitionsmade
made by the municipal candidates lost Instyear 18tyear lostyear
year Mr Ir Croker could not tell the theamount theamoun theamoun
amount amoun The Tammany Tamman leader and Mr MrMoss MrMoss Jr JrIoss
Moss Ioss had a little lItJetllt tilt as to whetner wh tner Mr MrCroker MrCroker Ir IrCroker
Croker had said that the city clt was not notwide nltwide notwide
wide open Mr Ir Croker had never neverheard neverheard neverheard
heard that the Metropolitan ropoHtan Street Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road or persons interested in it had con contributed contrbuted contrlbuted ¬
tributed 750000 750000 to Tammany Tamma y Hall during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the last election electionHe electionHe electionHe
He did not not nOtpay pay Mr Can Canoll oil any an salary salaryand salaryand salaryand
and as a far as he knew he was not In re receipt receipt receipt ¬
ceipt of a salary from Tammany Hall HallMr H HallMr II IIIr
Mr Ir Croker had received no money mone di directly dlrectlyor directly ¬
rectly rectlyor or Indirectly Indirect from Mr Ir Carroll dur during during tinting ¬
ing the last year ear From Andrew ndr > w Freed Freedman Freedman Freedman
man he or rather his firm Meyer MeyerCroker MeyerCroker leY r rCroker
Croker had received money mone Mr Ir Croker Crokersaid Crokersaid Crokersaid
said he was Interested with Mr lr Fleet Fieedman Fleetman Freedman
man in the United States Fidelity Com Company Como Conipany ¬
pany o nln in which he owned some stock stockWhere stockhere stocksViere
Where here OiliciaU Get Their Kouds KoudsYou U BoudYou Juds JudsYou <
You know that all the bonded officers olticersof olflcersor officersof
of the city government take out their theirbonds theIrbonds theirbonds
bonds from your company comp nr queried querl Mr MrMoss 31rMoss Ir Iross
Moss MossNot oss ossot Not ot all of them said the witness witnessNearly wltnesXearl witnessNearly
Nearly Xearl all of them themSome themSGme themSme
Some take them from your boas com company COIlln COIllIUs conpany ¬
pany panyThis n
panyThis This caused loud laughter laughterDo laughterDo
Do you ou mean Mr Platts company companyasked COmp3nynsked companyasked
asked Mr lr Moss MossYes 3lossYes 1055 1055Yes
Yes said Mr Ir Croker You know knowwhat knowwhat knowwhat
what I mean And there was more morelaughter moreJau more1aughter
laughter laughterWhat Jau 1aughterWhat ter terWhat
What would oud you OU think of a good Tam Tammany Tamman Tammany ¬
Mr Ir Platt Plattsconcern Plattconcern Plaitsconcern
many man man who would go to
concern to take out his bonds asked askedthe a3kedthe askedthe
the lawyer lawyerThere lawyerThere lawyerThere
There are some that go there said eaiaMr saidMr ald aldJlr
Mr Croker He has cut the rates And Andthere Anjthere Andthere
there was loud laughter laughterMr laughterIr laughterMr
Mr Ir Croker presumed his own company companyhad companyhael companyhad
had the majority m jorlty of the business bustn s In the thecity thecity
city and Mr 11 Platts In the State StateMr StateI
I Mr fr Croker said he did not want any anyprotection anyprotectIon anyI
I protection at alL He only onl wanted fair play playMr playMr I
Mr 11 Croker referred to Mr tr Moss IOS8 corre correspondence correspondence correspondeace
spondence as anonymous anGn US letters from all allhis ullhis allhis
his Crokers enemies all over New York YorkMr YorkMr
Mr 11 Moss to5 asked Mr Ir Croker how much muchhe muthbe muchbe
be paid for his h stock in the United UnitedStates Cnlt UnitedStates d dStates
States Bond Company and whether the thestock thestock thestoCk
stock WaS u given to him upon the forma formation formation formslion ¬
tion of the comfany Mr r Croker refused refusedto
to answer and Mr Ir Moss Ios requested the thecommittee th theomm1ttt6 thecommittee
committee to direct the witness vItn to an answer in9Wel answtr ¬
swer swerMr 9WelIr swtrMr
Mr Ir Mazet so directed directedviii I IWill
Will 111 you OU answer Mr Croker CrokerNo CrokerXo CrokerNo
No air said the witness wltne firmly firmlyPlease nrmlpPltase firmlyPlease
Please to record the gentlemans re refusal refusal I Ifusal
fusal to answer all of these th e questions questionsconcerning qutsUonllconcerning questionsconcerning
concerning the getting of o the stock rfnd rfndwhether 1ndwhetber itadwhether
whether he had paid for It or not not or orwhether orwhether orwhether
whether be got it at the organization organiza on of ofthe orth ofthe
the th company said Mr Moss MossAnd 110LAnd 3loasAnd
And record also tils > that he declines to toanswer toanner toanswer
answer on the ground rouDd that It Is a pri private priate tin tinrate
rate ate personal matter said Assembly Assemblyman Atifmblym A5seblyman
man m n Jtottman JtottmanMr ftoUmanI iofimaflRescues
I Jtt Rescues u fur tressvrlng ianrrrlnl QDe tiiesii n nI
I Mr r Croker said he was not interested interestedIn
In the Maryland Whlaky Company lie liehad irehad Hehad
had never owned any stock in the Flush Flushlug Flu Flushhag
lug Gas Company Mr fr MOM 1055 wanted to toknow tokuow toknow
know why he made definite answers anll1 erS to tothese tothefe tothese
these personal questions and Mr r Croker CrokertaW Crokertd CtoktrsakE
taW td
taWI
I dont cROW I have cot to answer answersome anlwrOrne answersome
some and must reserve some to my Judg Judgment Jud Judmont judmOnt ¬
mont If I did not answer aRlV r some I would wouldsit wouldalt woulitsit
sit here without Itbout answering anwedn anything anthJn at atai atall
ai ailie lie had no stock toek in the New Anjater AnjaterCONTJXtEO AinslerO1TiygL
CONTJXtEO QX QisEcolD SECOVD pane
CRUISER RALEIGH IN DEMAND DEMANDTo
To Visit Philadelphia PiiihaelphiaThig This Month and andCharledon andChul andChiazlrston
Charledon Chul ltoD in May 31nyCharleston MayCharleston n nCharleston
Charleston S S C April pil 17 liThe The execu executive executIe executire ¬
tIe committee in charge of o the prepara preparations preparatIons preparalions ¬
tions for the annual reunion of the United UnitedConfederate lnltedConfederate UnitedConfederate
Confederate Veterans that is to be held heldhere heldhere heldhere
here May 10 11 and 12 was officially noti notified notified notifled ¬
fied today by Secretary Long of the Navy Navythat Nav Navthat Navythat
that the cruiser Raleigh just returned returnedfrom returnedtr returnedfrom
from tr m Manila had been 1 ordered to this thisport thisport thisport
port for reunion week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The cruiser will prove pro a great attraction attractionto
to the thousands cf Confederate veterans veteranswho veteranswho ctemnswho
who will 111 be In the city ell at that time and andan andan andan
an ovation will be extended Capt Cosh CoshIan Co CoghIan h hIan
Ian and his crew The officers of the Ra Raleigh Raleigh Raleigh ¬
leigh will be entertained at a public ban banquet banquet banquet ¬
quet during their stay sta here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The President yesterday es ay acceded l to the therequest therequest therequest
request of a committee of o Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCouncilmen PhiladelphiaCouncilmen PhiladelphiaCouncilmen
Councilmen headed by b Joseph R C C Mc McAllister McAhlister Jc JcAllister ¬
Allister that the cruiser Raleigh be or ordered ordered ortiered ¬
dered to Philadelphia to participate In Inthe Inthe inthe
the ceremonies attending the unveiling of ofthe OfJ ofthe
the Grant Monument on the 27th instant instantand in instantand tant tantand
J and that she be ordered to remain there thereuntil thereuntil thereuntil
until May a 1 when hin Deweys victory Ictor at Ma Manila Manhla Ia IanUa ¬
nila is to be celebrated The President is ishimself Ishlmselr ishimself
himself to be present pr > sent at the unveiling of ofthe ofth8 ofthe
the Grant Monument MonumentMORE MonumentMORE Ionum nt ntMORE
MORE ALIBIS OF LYNCHERS LYNCHERSFalsified LYNCHERSFalsified LYNCHERSFalsified
Falsified Pay ay Certflvule Produce Senta Sentatlon SeDaIlun SensaI
tlon I itii In Charlrtttoii Trial TrialCharleston TrialCharleator TrialCharleston
Charleston S C April 17 17At 17After After r set setting settinS setting ¬
ting up alibis for or Webster etster Joyner and andGodwin nn nnGodwin nniGodwin
Godwin today to 1a < the defense in the trial of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the alleged Lake City lynchers l ncherg closed its itscase Uscase itscase
case Alibis lIbls were put forward for or Rod Rodgers Rot1gtrs Rodgers
gers McKnight Epps pP and Ward last lastweek lasteek lastweek
week eek so the only onl man in whose behalf behalfefforts behalCetrorts behalfefforts
efforts linear not been made to establish establishone establishone establishone
one is Stokes the merchant who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been alleged by r y the government to have havebeen hav havbeen havebeen
been the leader of the mob that killed killedBaker killedBaker killedBaker
Baker BakerIt Baker1t BakerIt
It was claimed on the stand today todaythat todayt todaythat
t that Godfrey was sick Ick at home that Joy Joyner JO JOI Joyner ¬
ner slept in his own residence resl ence with a aschool aschool aschool
school boy bo and that Webster was at his hisown hloown lilaown
I own house with the grippe the night of ofthe orthe ofthe
the lynching lynchingThe lynchingI lynchingThe
I The sensation of the day da came after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the defense had closed its case Among Amonsits Amon Amonits AmongIts
its efforts to break down the testimony testlmon of ofNewham o oewham ofNewham
Newham ewham the th man an who turned States Statesevidence State Stateevidence Statesevidence
evidence was a pay certificate It was wasnot wasnot w wnot
not dated the date having evidently been beenscratched be beenI n nscratched
scratched out but the th defense claimed it iti ItI itwas
I
i was issued February 21 In rebuttal the thegovernment tillgoernment thegovernment
I
government placed the stub book bookof of the thej theCount theCounty
j County Count Supervisor in evidence showing showingj s showingthat owln owlnI
j that the stub before and the one after afterj afterthat
j that of Newham was each Issued Febru February Februar February
ary ar 23 The Inference Interen e that the Newham Newhami Newhianiticket
i I ticket had been directly falsified was as di directly diredly l lrectly ¬
rectly made and this is I expected to cut cutconsiderable cutconsiderable cutconsiderable
considerable figure in the case in the thefuture thetuture thefuture
future futureThe tutureThe futureThe
The government said it had about twen twentyfive twentftve twentyfive ¬
tyfive more witnesses to examine so ar argument argument argument ¬
gument will scarcely begin before Wed Wednesday Wednesday e enesday ¬
nesday The case may ma reach the be jury juryThursday jur jurThursday juryThursday
Thursday ThursdayMAIL ThursdayMAIL ThursdayMAIL
MAIL POUCH ROBBERS CAUGHT CAUGHTStolen CAUGHTStolen CAUGHTStolei
Stolen Check and Draft for Large LargeAnioiinUFonml LarcAmoulltsJoUllllln LargeAnioiiitFnniitl
AnioiinUFonml In Their Poses lo iosesIon iosesIonNew lcllclon lcllclonXeW lon lonNew
New York April 17 17It It was learned l arned to today today today ¬
day that the police have In custody two tworobbers tworobbers tworobbers
robbers of mall pouches said to bs b no notorious notorious notorious ¬
torious They The were arrested in this h15 city citySaturday clt cltSaturcJay citySaturday
Saturday The last robbery robber credited to tothe tothe totue
the men Is the theft of a registered reg tered rmUl rmUlpouch mqllpouch mmliipouch
pouch at Buffalo early this thi > morning morningThey r morningThey ornlnK ornlnKThey
They give their names as Albert E Bel Beltwentynine Belitwentnlne BelL BelLtwentynine
twentynine years ears old of London Cana Canada Canada Cuminda ¬
da and nd Frank H Smith twentyfive t entyt1e years yearsold yearsold ears earsold
I old of Chicago They The will probably te tehanded tehanded rehanded
handed over to the Buffalo authorities authoritiesOn a aUthoritiesOn thorlUeM thorlUeMOn
On Saturday Smith went into a Jewelry Jewelrystore JewelrMtore jewelrystore
store In n this city and bought a pair of ofdiamond ofdiamond ofdiamond
diamond earrings for r 275 He gave In Inpayment Inpayment Inpayment
payment a draft for 42561 42501 on the First FirstNational Flr FirstNational t tI1Uonal
National I1Uonal Bank of Waverly N Y V After Afterbuyjig Afterbur Afterbuyig
buyjig bur buyig g he said he would call later and andget amIget andget
get the change changeThe changeThe changeThe
The jewelry firm discovered that the thedraft thedraft thedraft
draft had been stolen on the 7th or Sth of ofthis otthis ofthis
this month at Buffalo Smith and his hiscompanion hl3ompanlon hisompanion
companion were arrested When hen searched searchedseveral selrchetlicveral searchedseveral
several draft and checks on banks in this thisState this3tate this3tate
3tate were wt > re found on the men In a trunk trunkwas trunkwas trunkwas
was found the full uniform of a letter lettercarrier lettercarrier lettercarrier
carrier and the proceeds of the mall rnnilpouch mallpouch mailpouch
pouch robbery at Buffalo Checks und unddrafts nnddrafts anddrafts
drafts to the amount of 10600 were alo alofound al aIofound o oround
found The police say Bell has served servedterms sen servedterms CI CIterms >
terms in the penitentiary for mail robber robberies robbfrle robbtries ¬
ies le
iesSmith
Smith and Bell were held in 5or 3000 bail baileach ballelch baileach
each for trial In Buffalo They Th Y will be beturned beturned beturned
turned over to the Buffalo authorities authoritiesprobably authoritiesprobably authoritiesprobably
probably tomorrow tomorrowMONEY tomorrowMONEY tomorrosvMONEY
MONEY FOR A HANNA VOTE VOTEAttached VOTEAttached VOTEAttached
Attached in Hands of Attorney for Man ManSought ManSouglit UauSoulht
Sought to lie Bribed BribedCincinnati HrlllCllCIncinnati Bribe1Cincinnati
Cincinnati Ohio April prll 17 liJudge Judge Demp Dempsey Dempse Dcmpsey
sey se In the Superior S IJerior Court today decid decided decided decidad ¬
ed against T f C Campbell Camp ll in the suit In Involving InvolvinG invoiving ¬
volving J1700 1701 alleged to have been paid paidto paMto paidto
to Campbell as attorney aUome for Representa Representative Representative Representatire ¬
tive John C Otis to Induce hUn to vote votefor votefor votefor
for Senator Henna at the election In the theLegislature theLegislature theLegislature
Legislature a year ago last January JanuaryWhen JanuaryWhen JanuaryWhen
When the bribery story was made pub public public pubhic ¬
lic Col Co Campbell said that he had J1700 J1700which 1100whIch 1700 1700which
which Henry Harrison Boyce had paid paidhim paId111m paidhim
him as part price for a vote for Hanro HanroCampbell HanlaCampbell HanrutCampbell
Campbell stated that Boyce could have havehis hav havhis havehis
his money on demand George H Barker Barkerto
to whom Boyce Is indebted brought suit suitand 541ltand saltand
and garnisheed the money mone in Campbells Campbellshands Campbellshands Campbellshands
hands handsCampbell handsCampbeJ1 handsCampbell
Campbell sought sou ht to evade payment into intocourt intocourt Intocourt
court but today Judge Dempsey decided decidedthat decidedI decidedthat
I that he must pay the money Into court courtafter courtI courtafter
I after which Barkers right to it may be bedetermined bedetermined bedetermined
determined determinedGOOD determinedGOOD determined0000WORI
GOOD 0000WORI WORK OF THE SAGAMORE SAGAMOREWhile SAGAMOREWhile SAGAMOREWhile
While on Plea Pleanre pIesnreCrule nre Crul Cruhe e Ketcuai Itesco Crew Crewof Crtwof Crewof
of a Wrecked reeked Brig UrljrNew UrIsXew BrigNew
New York ork April 17 11ile Tne steam yacbt yacbtSagamore yac yactogamore t tfagamore
Sagamore ogamore New ew York Yacht Club with withJohn withJohn withJohn
John H Hanan and a party of friends friendsarrived friendsarrived rlendsarrived
arrived in port today after en extended extendedcruise extendedcrube extendedcruise
cruise in West Indian waters watersOn watersOn at rS rSOn
On April II when seventy miles north of ofBermuda otBermuda ofBermuda
Bermuda the Sagamore fell in with the thedismayed thedismaJ thedismas5ed
dismayed dismaJ ed brig Caspian of Charlottes Charlottestown Charlottestown Charlottestown
town P E L I Capt Gordon from Hall Halifax Halltax Halli ¬
i fax f for Jacksonville The yachts acht cutter cutterwas cutterWdS cutterwas
was launchtd and the crew consisting conllaUn of ofchild otchild ofchild
child were rescued rescuedOn regeu regeuOn rescuedOn
On April I off Hatttras the Caspian Caspianwas CUpJahVias Caspianwas
was struck by a cyclonic squall and drift drifted drltttd drifted ¬
ed away a ay before the wind and sea for nine nine6tuilli nInedBs ninedays
days until the SQgamore ar appeared appearedbruailjuz > ald ald8rul1J1IU
6tuilli 8rul1J1IU x lit h I Charlittf CharlittfCharlotte Chrl ChrlCharlotte CharlttrCharlotte
Charlotte N C April 17 11Wp 17V W A Amon A t tmon Si Simono
mon commercial salesman came em In from froma roin roina
a trip last Wednesday and went to hi hiboftrdlng him himboarding
boarding how ho sick 1l k Yesterday it do doveleped dotlel tieveierd
I veleped tlel that he had a fullgrown ca casmallpox case nt ntsmallpox sf sfsmallpox
smallpox The Dixon house where he hestopped h hI liesto
stopped sto p041 Is nar the center of the lh city cityand cftyand cityaJhas
and aJhas haH a large Mat of boarders All AUprompt were werepromptly wepromptty
I promptly prompt quarBUn quaralU1Md l and the house hOt1 put putunder vutunder pe peunder
under guard Dr Long the smallpox malJ Ox Irt Irttor Ir Irvector iaspector
vector tor kt h be here r today aiding the theIn themtmlclpal themunicipal
municipal aut autbolities tI In pr precautionary precautionarymeasures uUonuy uUonuym
m measures measuresInsurance aSt1rH aSt1rHInu
In Inu Insurance urancf nc4 M MnPilil n FIrhl A AIITruaf flTru SlTrust f Rill RillHouston HillHouston
Houston Tax Tax April 17 liThe The State In Jnrurance Inurance
urance Organization is I preparing pr pa1n to vig vigotpunly vigonously
otpunly oppose op < t the antitrust bin intro introduced IntrodtJc Introduced ¬
duced dtJc In the Lg Legislature ature Friday Frida which whichIs whlehupraetlcally whichIs
Is upraetlcally practically tJ tb the same ra a u th the new Ar ArIcanean Ar1canNIl Arkansas
kansas law 1a Tfe The men assert that if it itbecome Itueome ftbecomes
become operative the Insurance com companies compam cornpanles ¬
panies pam Vrttt be driven out of o Texas An AnAustin AnAUn AnAustin
Austin special says r the Senate committee committeew91 eommttt committeewill
will fit report r port th t bill b l favorably taYOnbf and It win winbe ternbe 1 1Ued
be called Ued cp 1 at once oncfcfMiorOII ln lnJlalr oncessIorOll
fMiorOII Jlalr 011 PJ Vial l tftttojff1 tftttojff1Little nIJ fJ fJLIttle
Little Rock lt ek Ark April 17 I1Tbe The plant plantof plantot plantof
of the th Little Bock 011 and nd Debating DbHn Com Company C Cornpany m mpan ¬
pany pan and the Aurora Manufacturing Com Company ComI Cornpony ¬
I pony were r last evening ennln parUatb panto My destroy destroyad ttttroy ttttroytd t tr trb
td by b fire re Low fA fiP tZ zdO Imwranc about aboutnehalf abotoneMIf aboetonehalf
nehalf onehalf Th The Aurora Manufacturing MgnufscwningCompany ManufacturingCompany tntWI tntWICompan
Company I IJc the only plant in the South Southmanufacturer iuthmanufacturlnC Southmanufacturing
manufacturer caster tor oIl
PLEA OF MRS CEORCE GEORGECotinselMay CEORCECounsclMny CEORCECounselMay
CotinselMay Claim Cla In Her IIeiIiisaiie IIeiIiisaiieWTlien Insane InsaneWhen InsancYhen
When Killing Killin Saxton SaxtonDOOR SaxtonDOOR SaxtOfleBOOR
DOOR FOR EVIDENCE WIDE WIDEJudge WID OPU OPUJUtle OPIN OPINJudge
Judge Makes Ruling nlJlIn AdmittiiigAhl Admitting All T Tech TuUmnn Techlilony U Umony
mony mnn Hearing hlearingUpsu U Ult > < u the Relation of tlio tlioDefendant thoIJcfentlsnt thuijefentlatit
Defendant to tin tinas his Dcct1i5c1 n is rr nrk nrkas Ibekas i
as the Eighties EI ElgistissRevolver htl BoTolror from Which Whichthe hleh hleht1lft bichhit
the hit Prisoner lrlaunerrlred rired the Fatal Shot Ad Admitted idmuted d dwitted ¬
witted In Evidence hltucelrorcu Progress of Trial TrialCanton TrialCanton
Canton Ohio April 17 17The The State con concluded concluded ¬
cluded its direct testimony against Mr MrGeorge Mrs MrsGeorge
George this afternoon There was a astrong astrong
strong intimation today that the lines of ofthe ofthe
the defense will be temporary emotional emotionalinsanity emotionalInsanity
insanity This came when the bench an announced announced ¬
nounced that testimony bearing on the therelations therelations
relations between the accused and Sax Saxton Saxtondating ton tondating
dating back as far as the eighties would wouldbe wouldbe
be admitted if Insanity is to be the de defense tietense ¬
tense It was further admissible he hesaid hesaid
said on the grounds of premeditation premeditationand
and also because the State has shown shownsome shownsome
some of these relations relationsFormer relationsFormer
Former Police Sergt Hosier who found foundthe foundthe
the revolver which was introduced Satur Saturday Saturday ¬
day was rigidly crossexamined by Mr MrWelty MrWeity
Welty today He again denied that he hehad hehad
had sought to have a reward offered for forthe forthe
the finding of the weapon The revolver revolverwas revolverwas
was offered nnd andaccepted accepted In evidence evidenceMiss evidenceMiss
Miss Augusta Susky a milliner who wholives wholives
lives near the scene of the tragedy tee testified teetifled ¬
tified to having been in a position where whereno whereno
no one could have left the Althouse Ithouse steps stepsexcept stepsexcept
except to the south without being seen seenby seenby
by the witness In the redirect examina examination examination ¬
tion Miss Susky said that standing on onthe onthe
the opposite side of the street from the thesteps thesteps
steps of the Althouse re residence id nce she could couldand couldand
and did recognize men Her sister sliterLouisa sisterLouisa
Louisa Susky substantiated her testi testimony testlmony ¬
mony
Heinl lies mu nn a a Alerciittnii AlerciittniiMrs A i I rrcitini rrcitiniMrs
Mrs M Mary ry Click residing next door to toMrs toMrs
Mrs Althouse testified to having seen seenMrs secitMrs
Mrs George in front of the Althouse Althousehome Althousehome
home on several nights and to an alter altercation altercation ¬
cation there between Saxton and Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge
George GeorgeA
A final but unsuccessful effort was made madoto madeto
to get before the jury the threatening threateningletter threatetitogletter
letter on which Mrs George was Indlrted Indlrtedin
in the rnlted States court for an inn Jrnproper innproper
proper use of the mall The State then thenrested thutirested
rested restedThe restedThe
The defense asked for three of the State StaUwitnesses Statewitnesses
witnesses for additional crossexamina crossexamination crossexaminetion ¬
tion Attorney Werntz wan asked to tell tellof tellof
of Mrs Georges flushed face excited excitedmanner excitedmanner
manner and emotional demonstration demonstrationwhenever demonstrationswhenever
whenever the Saxton matter was under underconsideration tinderconsideration
consideration considerationCharles considerationCharles
Charles R Frazer denied that It was so sodark o odark
dark about the Althouse plnco that when wlwnhis whenlila
his hat fell off he had to light tr match mutchto matchto
to find It The third witness will be ux uxamlned oxamlned
amlned as soon oon as found foundThe foundThe
The remainder of the session was con consumed eonsumed ¬
sumed in reading depositions of Abraham Abrahamund Abrahamrind
und Jacob E Goldberg of Detroit former formertenants formertenants
tenants in the Saxton block In regard to tothe tothe
the friendly relations between Mrs
George and Saxton and to the former formergoing formergoing
going to South Dakota where she got a aGERMANAMERICAN
dLvurvissgQnzsIitsmplfhorge dLvurvissgQnzsIitsmplfhorgeGERMANAMERICAN
GERMANAMERICAN UNION UNIONChlcngonns UNIONChicagoans
Chicagoans Forming 1111 Orcniiltntlon to to1revent toirevemit
1revent Alliance with Knglund KnglundChicago FmiglanlChicago
Chicago April 17 17Chicago Chicago IK to b be the thecenter thecenter
center of a great union of organizations organlzatlonncomposed organizationscomposei
composed of GermanAmericans who are areantagonistic atsantagonistic
antagonistic to any plans that would wouldbring wouldbring
bring about an alliance between the theUnited theUnIted
United States and a foreign power This Thiswu Thiswas
wu was the enthusiastic sentiment of tliu tliurepresentatives thurepresentatives
representatives of two score Germanic so societies societies ¬
cieties tonight nt Schiller Hall HallOffers hailOffers
Offers of hearty cooperation were re received recalved ¬
calved from half a dozen cities scatteied scatteiedthroughout seattetedthroughout
throughout the country and promise promisemade pronnistsmnde
made that if the initiative were under undertaken undertaken ¬
taken by Chicago against an Angki AngkiAmerican AngkiAmerican
American pact or any other agreement agreementthat ugreemontthat
that would embarrass the nation the Ger GermanAmericans GermanAmericans ¬
manAmericans of other cities would wouldspeedily wouilspeedily
speedily follow the example exampleA
A permanent organization resulted di directly dlmeetly ¬
rectly from the BatheIng Thirty dele delegates dalegates ¬
gates were appointed on a general com committee comamittee ¬
mittee to superintend the details of form forming formlug ¬
lug the society Resolutions were adopt adopted adoptad ¬
ed denouncing In vigorous language any anyattempt anyattempt
attempt to Interfere with the good rela relations mciiitions ¬
tions existing between the United States Htatettand Statesand
and other nations by singling out any anyone anyone
one power as an ally allyPRESIDENT allyPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT TO GO TO HARRISBURG HARRISBUROWill
Will Attend Uttvolliiig of Monument to toGun I IGui
Gun KurtrMiift KurtrMiiftHarrlfiburg IiartreaftHarrisburg
Harrisburg Pa April 17 17President President Mc McKlnley McKinicy
Klnley today notified Maj Brown Chair Chairman r rman ¬
man of the executive committee of ik ikHartranft tkHantranft
Hartranft Monument Commission that thathe thathe
he will attend the unveiling of the equw equwtrian equsstrian
trian statue to Gen Hartranft May 12 12The 12The
The President i says ayK he will positively bj bjpresent bjpresent
present and make a speech He wlli be beattended beattended
attended by as many of the member of ofhis ofhi
his hi Cabinet as may be able to absent absentthemselves assentthemselves
themselves from Washington nt that ttn ttnGen time timeCen
Gen N A Miles accepted th the commis commissions commissions ¬
sions invitation with the proviso that h hKhali he heshell
shell not be called upon to make a speech speechPresident speechPresident
President McKinley will be the guest af afGov efCow
Cow Stone at the executive mansion tIer during tIerlug ¬
lug his stay here which will probably be bebrief bebrief
brief
THE CHICAGOS LONG CRUISE CRUISETo
To Sail Twcnlyvr Tuoiuand Xilet Un Under Vutier ¬
tier Command f Admiral IfutrUon IfutrUonNew liowisimoNeat
New York April 17 17The Th cruiser Chi Chicago Cliieago ¬
cago which had been undergoing re repairs rimpairs ¬
pairs at the Brooklyn Navy Yard wW wWsail willsail
sail tomorrow morning on her fir firImportant first firstimportant
Important voyage In nearly four year A Acrulae t tcruise
cruise of 22000 mile miles far to be made under underccimnand undermxmrnand
ccimnand of hear Admiral HowUon HowUonThe ifewIsoaThe
The Chicago will go hInt to the Azor Azorthen Azores Azoresthen
then to Gibraltar where a stp 4p of ofdays m mday
day days will b be maa made Thence through th thM tieMediterranean
M Mediterranean Mtrranan to Mlt Mute and to Cairo th thrrofeer titu titucruiser
cruiser wilt pa pass through tt tbe SUM Cwi Cwidown Careldown
down the eastern coast of Africa t tJoha to toJohannesburg
Joha Johannesburg n eburg sad Cape lows own A stop stopwtil ziopwill
will fe moaV at St Helena It in inpoctftd ax axpected
poctftd that the Qdesgo Me go will return to tothe o othe
the United SWIM next October OctoberTwo OctoberTo
Two Jr Dstruitivr lriirllre Vtrtntu lltlU < i lpl thI thIPhUsdeiphis li liPhiladelphia
Philadelphia April 17Plr UMiar de destroyed dssiroysd ¬
stroyed William J MeCawtJand paper papertub popertube
tub tube factory Th The Oam ilorses n srsd > < J i Ftwn Ftwning Flejalag
lag 4 Cbaptns yarn and thread n4r n4rhoucr stsfw stsfwhouse
house dunagtug dasno glag the pi e to the extent extentor
of WJ 4u1 > McC MeCatmeeleods M > awli lose to m p pV jsji jsjiVTilwkcr
VTilwkcr V bftaker Dulii Duksteyu y Kiwe lts works at tk Tacony
cony A suburb of thi thIs city ity w were r a ahw d ditroysd
siroyed by fire Ta TIme kmi los is estimated stttnat l at atAxothvr atji4other
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Axothvr Clilctjru KliJiiaplxg Myitery MyiteryChicago 1strryChicago
Chicago April 17 17Another Another mpps mppsi4nplng pp 3l 3lkktaapinff
kktaapinff case which proml promises 10 rival rivalthe rsvn4the
the Gerald Lftptfttr aWoetioa e e v usheg ushegpolice ftw ftwpolite
polite much concern luuh and l hazel hazeloncbouar z zHwnebouir
Hwnebouir axed five and six ix r rospeeslyoly rospeeslyolydisappeared p ttlvety ttlvetydtosppearwi
disappeared from their home in Calumet Calumetavenue Calumetavenue
avenue a week ago and Mare ice that lime DO DOtrace ntitrace
trace of them ha has twin ftvnd ftvndKll feimfiditilr4l
Kll itilr4l Hl Ills IJl uiul iliiiieir iliiiieirMannlBKten aiitsiieirManningtost
MannlBKten W V Va April 17L 17 C CMatthew CMatthews
Matthew of th this place kllltd hU two twoyearold twovestold
yearold daughter w wth < ih a razor last night nightand iiighitrind
and ih then n committed nutcM HU mind has1 has1len
len unbalanced for some ozn Utua Uza UzaS
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