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Jl&w Ulm Review
By W.R. HODGES and ASA P. BROOKS:
NewUlm, Wednesday, Dec. 18th, 1901
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Findings of a Majority of the Naval
Court of Inquiry Unfavorable
to the Admiral.
DEWEY SUBMITS SUPPLEMENTAL OPINION
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Washing-ton, Dec. 14.—The Schley
court of inquiry yesterday reported
against Admiral Schley, criticising
his conduct preliminary to the battle
of Santiago, and sustaining the navy
department on every count in the pre
cept except one. Admiral Dewey, how
ever, appended a personal opinion in
the supplemental report, declaring
that "Commander Schley was in abso
lute command at the battle of Santi
ago, and as such commanding officer
entitled to the credit of the glorious
victory which resulted in the total de
struction of the Spanish fleet." Fol
lowing is the opinion:
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"Commodor Schley, in a of the
flying squadron," should a proceeded
with dispatch off Cienfuego and
should a maintained a close blockade
of that port
should a endeavored, on a 33,
at Cienfuegos, to obtain information re
gardin the Spanis squadron bj
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place designated in the a de
livered to him at 8 15 a. of that date
should a proceeded frpm Cien
fuego to Santiag de Cub a it all dis1
patch and should a disposed his
it a of intercepting the my in
any attempt to pass the fly ing squadron
should not a a the squad
ron for the E a
should not a a the retrograde
turn a it his squadron
should a promptly obeyed the
a department's order of a 25
"H should a endeavore to capture
or destroy the Spanis vessels at anchor
near the entrance of S a a go harbo on
a 29 and 30
did not do his with tne force
tindpr his a to capture or destroy
the Colon and other vessels of the my
he attacked on a 31
in the a on. July
3 with the port battery and turning the
around witl%port helm,
dore Schle caused to lose distance and
position it the Spanis vessels—especial
ly with the "Visoaya a Colon
"The turn of the to starboard
as a to avoid in her into dan
gerou proximity to the Spanish vessels
Th turn as a toward the as and
caused that vessel to stop and back her
engines to avoid possible collision
"Admiral Schle did injustice to
tenant a A so in pub
lishing onlj a portion of the correspond
"Commodor Schley's conduct in con
nection with the events of the Santiag
a a prior to Jun 1, 1898, as char
acterized bj vacillation, dilatoriness and
lack of enterprise
is official reports regarding the coal
supply and the coaling facilities of the
flying squadron were inaccurate and is
"Hi conduct during the battle of Jul 3
as self-possessed, and he encouraged,
in his own person, his subordinate officers
and to fight courageously
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"Admiral, S N Presiden
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"Judg A a General, S N
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"In the opinion of the undersigne the
passage from W to Cienfuego as
a by the flying squadron with all pos
sible dispatch Commodor Schle having"
in the importance of arriving off
Cienfuego with as coal as possible
in the ships' bunkers
"Th blockade of Cienfuego as ef
"Commodor Schle in permitting the
a Adul a to enter the port of Cienfue
go expected to obtain information con
cernin the Spanish squadron from her
she a me out.
"The a a from Cienfuego to a point
about 22 miles south of Santiag as a
with as dispatch as as possible
while keeping the squadron a unit
"Th blockade of Santiag as effective.
'"Commodor Schley as the senior offi
cer of our squadron off S a a go the
Spanis squadron attempted to escape on
the in of July 3, 1898. as in a
solut a and is entitled to the credit
due to such a in officer for the
glorious victory resulted in the to
tal destruction of the Spanis ships.
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"Admiral. S N id
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"Judg A a General, U. S. N
"In of the length of time as
elapsed since the occurrence of the
of the Santiag campaign the court rec
no further proceedings be had In
E O E E W E
"Admiral, U. S N. President.
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Baltimore, Md., Dec. 14.—When in
formed of the decision of the Schley
court of inquiry Attorney General Isi
dor Eayner said:
"In view of the overwhelming testimony
in favor of Admiral Schley before the court
I am at a loss to understand how the major
ity could have arrived at such a decision.
I am sure the American people will accept
the verdict of Admiral Dewey, and I do not
think that this is the end of the controversy.
I prefer not now to enter into any discus
sion until I have read the opinion in full
and conferred with Admiral Schley."
New York, Dec. 11.—The fire losses
in the United States and Canada for
•November were $15,469,000, against
$8,518,000 last year, and a total for
the year to December 1 of $150,874,-
050, a a in $151,940,550 a a
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San Francisco, Dec. 10.—Mrs. Stan
iord has transferred to the trustees of
Stanford unnersitj $18,000 000 bonds
1 and stocks and $12,000,000 worth of
other property left to the institution
b} her husband. JT^-v
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San Juan, Porto Rico, Dec. 13.—San
tiago Iglesias, president of the Feder
ation of Workmen of Porto Rico, to
gether with nine companions, was
tried in the district court of San Juan
Wednesday on a charge of conspiracy.
Thursday Iglesias was sentenced to
three years, four months and eight
days' imprisonment. Seven of his com
panions were sentenced to four months
imprisonment, while two were acquit
ted of the charge of being the found
ers of an illegal association and con
spiracy in August, 1900, to raise the
price of labor in Porto Eico. Iglesias,
as the founder of the conspiracy, gets
the heaviest sentence. The other men
were merely his associates in the
crime. Under Spanish law, which is
still in force here, persons convicted
on a crime have to pay the costs. The
local federation of the workmen of
Porto Rico, which is now part of the
American Federation of Labor, under
the presidency of Samuel Gompers,
has been ordered dissolved, as it has
been adjudged illegal because of this
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Scranton, Pa., Dec. 10.—The Amer
ican Federation of Labor yesterday
adopted a resolution to boycott cigars
made by child labor.
Scranton, Pa.. Dec 11.—The Fed
eration of Labor convention yester
day adopted a resolution declaring
for Chinese exclusion. The report of
the executive council eulogizes the
late President McKinley and recom
mends that the federation make a
direct appropriation to the McKinley
Scranton, Pa., Dec. 12.—Congres
sional enactment against injunctions
is demanded in the report of the exec
utive council of the American Federa
tion of Labor, which was read at the
federation's convention yesterday.
Scranton, Pa., Dec. 14.—The Ameri
can Federation of Labor yesterday vot
ed to increase the per capita tax to es^
tablish a big defense fund for use in
case of strikes.
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New Albany, Ind., Dec. 13.—News
has reached this city of an outbreak of
the white caps in Crawford county,
near English. During the past week
William Cuuningham, a former justice
of the peace Jesse Tyre and Miss
Alice Haycock, all of Sterling town
ship, have been taken from their beds
by a mob of masked men and whipped
with hickorj switches. In every case
the back of the victim was literally
cut to pieces. The victims were ac
cused of immoral practices and had
been warned to desist. The better
class of people of the community is
indignant at the outia^e.
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Corder, Mo., Dec. 11.—A bomb was
thrown by an unknown person into
the hallway of the public school build
ing while the pupils were practicing
for the Christmas exercises in the sec
ond story. An explosion that shook
the building and tore up a portion of
the lower floor followed. No one was
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Chicago, Dec. 14.—The United States
Steel corporation has adopted a civil
service reform system for its 2,000 em
ployes on lake boats. Captains and
chief engineers are to become stock
holders and extra money will be paid
for faithful service. It is thought the
plan will do away with labor troubles.
Washington, Dec. 14.—The jury in
the case of Mrs. Lola Ida Henry Bo
nine, charged with the murder of
James Seymour Ayres, Jr., in the Ken
more hotel in this city on the night, of
May 13 last returned a verdict of not
guiltyr and the defendant was set at
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Springfield, 111., Dec. 12.—The
eighty-third anniversary of the ad
mission of Illinois into the union as
a state was celebrated yesterday at
the state house, under the auspices of
the Illinois society. A large number
of persons were in attendance.
Krager'i New Home.
Utrecht, Dec. 12.—Mr. Kruger, for
mer president of the South African
Republic, has arrived here and taken
possession of his new residence. He
appeared to be in excellent health and
received a great ovation from crowds
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Manila, Dec. 11.—Insurgents in the
province of Camarines attacked Amer
ican troops, killing three soldiers. The
Filipino loss was heavy. Fighting in
Batangas is causing many to leave the
Canton, O., Dec. 12.—The bonds of
George B. Cortelyou and Judge Wil
liam R. Day as administrators of the
estate of the late President William
McKinley have been filed here,
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States supreme* court has taken a re
cess until January 6.
Intense Cold Wave Sweepsv the
Country, and Several Fatal
ities Are Reported.
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St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 16 —The lowest
official temperature for December for
manj years was reached at seven
o'clock Saturday morning in this city,
the mercury reaching 25 below zero.
Even colder weather was reported at
other points in the northwest. Fri
day's gale had subsided and the weath
er was clear, but the intense cold ex
tended over the entire northwest.
There was considerable suffering at
\arious points in the country.
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Cheyenne, Wyo., Dec. 16.—The
storm raging in the southern part of
Wyoming for the past 48 hours shows
no disposition to abate. The ther
mometer is now below zero with a
wind blowing that cuts to the mar
row. Several herders have been
frozen to death in efforts to gather
scattered bands of sheep. The loss
of sheep in Bed desert cannot be esti
mated, as the flocks are scattered to
the four winds.
A snowslide occurred at the mine
of the Battle Lake Tunnel Site com
pany on Cow creek, near Battle Lake,
Wyo. A company cabin occupied by
a whole family of people was carried
down the mountain side for 30 feet,
but no one was seriously injured.
The buildings of the company are
buried under many tons of snow and
are much damaged.
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Memphis, Tenn., Dec. 16.—There
was a snowfall of about two inches
here and in all the adjacent country
Friday night. Incoming trains are
delayed to some extent. Zero weath
er is predicted.
Snow in Kentucky.
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 16.—The first
general snow of the season in Ken
tucky is falling and a cold wave is
being lelt throughout practically the
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Fort Worth, Tex., Dec. 16.—The
blizzard prevailing over the Pan
Handle of Texas will very probably
prove a disastrous one to the cattle
men. There has been a long, dry
spell and feed has been scarce and
high, preventing any great amount
of provision for the wintering of
cattle. The entire section is cov
ered with snow, and if it stays on
the ground for any length of time
the cattle not in prime condition will
die by Tiundreds.
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Washington, Dec. 16.—The cold wave
predicted by the weather bureau for
the middle Mississippi and Missouri
valleys and the upper lake region has
spread to the eastward and southeast
ward as far as Chicago and St. Louis,,
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