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EDDY, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 181)9.
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Some of the Most Important Happenings oP
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Will Stmul Tos.tbtr.
Washington, Mar 10, Tho United
'State and Groat Britain will stand
together In tho ndvoenoy of adoption
Ef a sohemo for tho sottlotnont ot Intor
atlonat dliputea by arbitration, which
(will bo presented to tho disarmament
iconferenco nt 1U meeting In The Haguo
ion tho 10th of tho present month, Tho
tAmerlcan delegates, headed by Ambits
sailor Whlto, nro oqulppod with a (airly
'well dlgosted plan for tho ozocutlon
of this long-cherished project, whllo
Uio Drltlsh dclogatos aro prepared with
b plan which In almost ldontlcal with
jtho American project,
Tho details can not bo procured for
publication In adranco ot tho presenta
tion ot tho projects to tho conference.
It Is known, howovcr, that thoro aro
(essential differences botwocn this last
plun and that embodied In tho troaty
dratted by Scorctary Olney and Julian
Pauneefortc, which failed of action In
tho sennlo when submitted for ratlfl-
rvuviun. a iiu uiiiuiviivun uiu ruuiur ill
the methods provided for socurlng an
Impartial adjudication thnn In the
principles ot the former convontlon,
and It la bollevod that on theso points
tho Drltlsh nnd Amorloan propositions
aro not proclsoly similar.
It can not bo said Mint tho Ameri
can delegates go to tho conference with
any strong expectations that tholr own
Bchemo for securing tho adjustment ot
disputes by arbitration, or Indeed any
project ot tho kind, will socuro tho
adhesion of tho ontlro conforouco or
vnr ovon a mnjorlty ot tho delegates. Dut
thoy aro content to plant tho seed aud
mako a beginning, which, It Is hoped,
by tho president nnd Secretary Hay,
will In tho end havo substantial re
sult. Tho American delegates go commit
ted to this nrbltratlon project much
moro strongly than to anything llkoly
to figure lioforo tho conforcnco. llo
gartllng disarmament their Instructions
are to tell the conforenco that tho
present armament ot the United States
nnd within the possibilities of tho fu
ture nro so tar below tho present min
imum armaments with which any ot
the great powors of Kuropo aro likely
to bo content, thoro la really no roason
why tho United States should bo cnlloJ
Into the agreement. Other points upon
which tho delegates havo been In
structed aro correctly referred to In tho
oablo dispatches, namely, the exemp
tion from sclzuro of Indlvdual prop
erty and tho extension ot tho Hcd Cross
rules to warllko operations at soa. As
to the formor, the president expressed
lilmsolf vory strongly In his last mes
sage to congress, nnd tho delegates go
charged to glvo practical offect to these
views. As to tho Hod Cross oxtenslon,
both tho United States and Spain dur
ing tho recent wnr voluntarily agreed
to apply tho lied Crews rules at sea.
Manila, May 10. A rcconnolterlng
party from MaJ .Ocn. Lawton's com
mand, which consisted ot two compa
nies ot tho Minnesota regment, and
two companies of tho Oregon reglmont,
under command of MnJ. Dlggles ot the
Minnesota regiment, advanced to a
point near San Miguel, which la about
twelve miles north ot Uallgno. Tuere
tho Amerloans wero met with a volloy
from a force ot rebels behind trenches,
MaJ. Dlggglea was wounded In tho
head and a private soldier was also
wounded. MaJ. Dlggles and the private,
together with ten typhoid patients,
were brought by special train to Man
ila. The Don Jose, the last ot the
steamers under the American flag
whelh were detained by the Insurgents
since tho beginning of tho war, was
found by tho gunboat Manila at Uatan
neas and arrived yesterday.
Aldorman McAfee's ordinance at
Sherman, requiring all property owners
to remove weeds and tall crass from
their premises, to have same out from
the gutters along their sidewalks and
to keep trees ovorbanglng sidewalks
trimmed so that the lowest limbs shall
not' be nearer than six feet to the
ground, has become a law.
Olaudla Btstt was thrown from tils
horse near diorgilown, TexH and killed.
Wnnlt Men Holill.r.
Havana, May 10. Qon. Maximo Go-
moz Is trying to persuade Gov. Gen,
Drooko that tho Cuban standing army
ot 16,000 men is a necessary adjunct to
tho propor government ot tho Island.
His vlowa ho presented In writing, but
without eliciting as jot any roply.
Tho proposition is not likely to rccelvo
much consideration at liaidquartors,
though considerable surprise was oc
casioned by this magnlflcont project
whlob, It ndoptod, Gomez doubtless
bollovcs, would bo placed undor his
Tho growing conviction that thoro Is
no need ot rural guards except in tho
wilder portions ot the provinces ot
Santiago und Puerto Prlnclpo Is con
firmed by tho Investigations ot Cant.
Hlokcy of tho govcrnorgenonrB staff,
who roturnod yostcrday from n 2000
mtlo trip through, tho provinces oast ot
Havana, wiilch has occupied two
months. With tho exception, of n few.
In Santiago provlnoe, ho found no
traces of bandits.
"Polllloal fooling In tho country dis
tricts," ho dcclnrcd, "Is far loss Intonsc
than in Havann, whero tho malcon
tents nro gather!. Most of tho Cu
bans ot tho provinces favor ultlmato
Independence, but they aro willing to
havo Uw American occupation con
tlnuo for n year nt least, as thoy rocog
nlzo that tho Island rovenucs nro ex
pended honestly upon bottormciits."
Washington, May 10. Admiral Dow-
oy upon his return to tho United States
Is to bo prcsontcd with u monster tes
timonial consisting ot autograph let
tor from nenrly every momber of Pres
ident MuKlnlcy's cabinet, governors of
states nnd prominent United States
senators, Tho secretary of tho treasury
says In his wrltton opinion of Dewey
that ho regards him ns one ot tho ga
laxy of men who have made tho Amor
loan nnmo honorable and Illustrious;
tho secretary of state writes that no
artificial commemoration of such n vic
tory is nt alt neodtul to preserve It for
over In the American heart. Tho sec
retary ot tho navy expresses slmllnr
views. Tho secretary of agrlcultura
romlnds Americans Hint Dewey In n
day added an archipelago to tho pos
sessions of tho United States. Tho sec
retary of wnr that ho gladly adds his
tribute ot prnlso to Dowcy, aud tho
postmaster general enthusiastically sec
onds tho proposition to omphaslzo tho
gratitude ot tho people. Whllo Ad
miral Dowey will be tho recipient ot
many honors on his return home, this
testimonial will lie the first written
ovldonco extended to him of tho very
widespread scutlmont ot grntttudo on
tho part ot Americans for tho victor ot
tfethlnt to Any.
Washington, May 9. "Tho president
is commander-in-chief ot tho army and
ray superior. Ho has approved the
findings of tho Wado court ot Inquiry.
Therctoro I have no comment to mako.
It would be an unsotdlorly act woro I
to do so."
With theso words Ocn. Miles roplcd
to n Star rcportor yesterday with ro
gard to tho probablo action ho would
iako In view ot tho adverso report ot
"Will you formulate n protest to the
president" was the next question.
"I have nothing to aay. No, sir," re
plied tho general.
"Will you Inspire t oongrontonal In'
"No, sir. I will not talk upon tho
"Do you JjoIIovo oongroM will rectify
the mattorT" '
"I do not know what congrocs wlllfl
do; nor have I any means of knowing
In ndvanco what verdict tho rosult of
an Investigation might develop. I have
no comment, criticism or statemont to
mako In this matter, and you may
tnko It as certain that any alleged In
terviews or Intimations to tho contrary
said to havo como from roe or noar
mo, aro wholly and unqualifiedly false.
I wo and am now actuated sololy by
tho consideration ot health, lives and.'
Integrity or ".e army. My duty Is
A very clojo frland of Gon. Miles,
and an officer of the army, when asked
If there was anything for tho general
to say or do In regard to tho report
of tho beof bonrd, replied:
"Thoro la nothing for lilm to say or
do. Tho report has been approved by
the prosldont and tho president Is tho
commnndor-ln-chlot ot tho army.
Criticism ot tho report or any other ac
tion would bo a violation of military
Inntilrv wm mmtn nti in thn Minim
s.m to AtkimcM,
Boston, May 9. The exocutlvc com.
mttteo of tho antl-lmperlallstlo loagui
jresterday Adopted tho following lettet
To bo sent to Edward Atkinson;
'Tho executtvo commltteo ot the antl-lmperlallstlo
leaguo thought It prop
er to prlvatoly communicate at once
ifo the samo persons to whom, as you
advised us April 22, you had written
to express your Intention ot mailing
your pamphlets to loaders In tho field,
that tho league did not deslro to circu
late Its lltoraturo In this, manner. In
advertcneo In expression, doubtless ac
cidental, othorwlso conveyed to tho re
cipients ot your letter the Impression
that you had forwarded tho leaguo's
publications for their distribution.
"Whatever differences of opinion maj
exist as to the propriety of the olreu
latlon vlilcli you suggostcd (but whlob
jvo understand has not beon attcmptod)
there should bo only ono opinion ns to
tho far moro serious Issue which has
been raised by your experiment ot
sending copies ot your pamphlet only
to Admiral Dowoy, President Sehur
man. Prof. Worcester, Gen. Otis, Gen.
Lawton. Oen. Mlllor and J, II. Doss,
tho correspondent of Harpor's Weekly,
and which was reported to have been
taken from jhe malls by order ot tho
"Against this act of arbitrary nnd
Illegal power which would hardly bo
attempted by any government ot Eu
rope except, perhaps that ot Russia,
(ho league calls on all good citizens to
protest as a serious blow to republic
an Institutions which nro now so
gravely threatened by Imperial policies
nt home and abroad."
Chicago, III., May 0. Somo shrewd
Mexicans havo hit upon a plan by
which they hope to doprlvo tho United
dollars without being brought to Jus
lice. Thn schcrno Is to gather up all
of officers criticised nnd for tho course i tho second-class advertising mall mat-
they might pursue nnd It was stated
that as a military legal proposition It
was Impossible for nny action to bo
taken by any of the officers aggrieved,
They might demand n court of Inquiry,
but this was n court ot Inquiry which
reoommendod that no further action be
:akon; this being npproved by tho pres
ident precluded any further Inquiry.
Gon. Hasan, who Is spcelflod In tho re
port. Is not likely to nsk for nny fur
ther Investigation, but Col. Maus of
Gen. Miles' ktaff, tho other officer crit
icised, feels It keenly. Ills friends sny
ho wns nmong the witnesses whom
Gon. Miles asked to be called and wns
not call?d by the court.
tor of largo commercial houses, ship
It to Moxlco an freight, chango their
American money Into Mexican money
nt the rnto of 2 to 1, buy Moxlean
stamp, then mall tho matter back to
tho United States, thus saving halt n
cent on every letter. A careful exam
ination of tho laws, the promoter
claim, has satisfied tho postal author!
lice that tho government Is unnblo
to do anything In tho caso without
Washington, May 0. The Chinese le
cation has made a strong protest to
tho stnto department against the ex
tension of the Chlnose exclusion act
to Cuba, this having been oun result of ' and Prof. W. C. Stubbs on behalf of
a recent! executive order extending the Gov. Foster delivered addresses nnd
Immigration laws of tho United Stato tho fair was thon declared open. Thoro
Mr. vung aro many stnio nun privaio ox mm is,
New Orleans, I.a May 9. The Loui
siana Industrial exposition was opened
yesterday with a peace Jubilee. Col. W.
II. Ilyrnea. grand marshal, headed n
great Mrde of returned volunteers,
stntc mllltla and civic aoclotles, which
wore reviewed by the governor. Chair
man Harry MeHnery of tho fair execu
tive committee. Mayor W. C I'lowor
Meridian, Miss., May 10. A deplor
able tragody was enacted nt Okolonn,
Miss., yesterday. The details as re
ceived here aro somewhat contusing,
but it Is understood that aa n result
ot the affair four men, among, amonn
tho prominent people In ths llttlo town,
nro dead. Dr. Wm. Murphy became
Involved In a dispute with Choa. D.
Clark over n bill whleh tho doctor
olalmed Clark owed him. Tho dispute
grew boated and a fight wu precipi
tated. Clark drew a knife and, rush
ing at tho physlelan, quickly severed
his Jugular rein. Howard Murphy, the
physician's son, hearing of the trouble,
nulied to the scene and with a revol
ver shot Clark to death. Walter Clark,
Clurk's brother, then eame up and en
gaged Howard Murphyln n duel. Pis
tols were uschI. The fight was a vicious
ono and resulted In tho death ot both
Little Rock , Ark.. May 10. At 2
o'clock yesterday morning tho store
house of II. W. Hobtnson nt Sweet
Home, near this city, was fired by an
Incendiary. When the nro was well
undor way the Incendiary aroused Mr.
Itoblnson at his home near by. Halt
Inson reached the burnln? atom just
In time to save his broth r within. At
soon as Itoblnson Ivid Utt the hout
the inrndtary attacked Mrs. Itobln
son wl.ii an ax and a terrible strug
gle followed. In which site was treat
tin Into sjgl-HnsclMiinM. After rub.
ulng (he residence the man escaped.
to Cuba and Porto Woo,
Kwal, an attacho of tho legation, said
that the legation had made such n pro
test and that in vlow of tho fact that
tho Chinese would make tho bost kind
of citizens for the setttomont ot Cuba
ho believed that tho ordor would bo
modified so as not to oxcludo bin conn-
"Tho dowarjer empress." ho added.
"has recently granted tho most liberal
protection to Americans and wishes to
become moro closely allied with Amer
ica, nnd this country will oo going
igatnst Us own Interoits If It refuses to
meet China halt way."
art, womeu'a manufacturing and other
Washington, May 9. Tho navy de
partment has selcotod a successor to
Admiral Dewey to command the Asiat
ic station. Orders have been Issued
detaahlng Rear Admiral Watson from
command of tho Maro Island navy
yard and ordering him to report to
Admiral Dewoy at Manila to relievo
that officer when he feels that be cau
bo spurod there.
Itear Admiral Kempff on waltlnf or-
Secretary Hay later said that the dors bos been ordered to succeed Ad-
matter was under consideration by the nil ml Watson In command of the Maro
There ere now under contract over
60,000 head ot cattlo to be moved
north through Denver this season. In
dications aro that the run to the
northwest will exceed 76,000 head,
where last year there were only about
M.&eo head wmt The tower prl
asked and the prospects tar plenty of
grace this season Is the eauic of the
Island navy yard.
Texas senate met on the 0th and ad
journed until the 6tb. The house held
At San Juan,
San Juan. Porto Illeo, May 9. IJrlg.
Gen. Oeorge W. Davis, who has been
appointed to succeed MuJ. Gen. Guy V.
Henry as military governor nt Porto
Woo, arrived here yesterday on beard
the United States transport Mrl'ker
son. He was welcomed by the lueular
secretory and official ef Porto It loo
and San Juan. In the afternoon Gen.
Henry and Gen. Davte were given a
reception at the Uiwfw by the Mhoel
children ot San Juan.
(ion In f'hnrlMtuii.
Wilmington, N. C, May 9. Tho
erulser Ilalelgh sailed for Charleston.
Several local steamers crowded with
excursionists accompanied her over
"At no city on tho Atlantic coast,"
aid Capt. Coghlan, "have I mere
thoroughly enjoyed my stay than In
The Itnlelgh goes to Charleston to
be present during tho United Confed
erate Veteran's reunion this week.
Pram there she will go to Portsmouth,
N, II., to go out of commission.
On n Vacation.
Washington, May 9. President nnd
Mrs. McKlnley left the olty tost night
at 9:45 o'clock for a vacation ot a
week or ten days at Hot Springs, Vn,
The president's health Is good, but
he feed the need of rest and recrea
tion, and 'hence all official business
during his absence will be attended to
as far as potIWe at the white tieusa
The Dawec eemmltilen is taking a
Genius ot the Ohwlaw Indians,
Aitxrtr to title.
Waihlngton, May 8. Dy direction of
the prosldsnt who npproves the find
ings, Acting Secrotnry ot Wnr Melkel
John yosterdny nrnde public the report
and findings ot tho military court ap
pointed to InvcsMgnto the charges
niatlo by MaJ. Gen. MIIm, commanding
the army, that the beet supplied to tho
army during the war was unfit tor tho
use ot the troops.
The most Important teaturo of tho
The finding Is Hint the gonernl's nl
legations that tho refrigerated beet was
treated with chemicals nro not ostab
Untied ; that his itlleRnUons concern'
lug the canned frtwli or canned roast
lef were sustained as to Its unroll
ability for food as used on the trans
Krta nnd as a long continued field rn
Hon; censure of Gon. Miles for "orror"
In falling to promptly notify t'.io sec
retnry ot wnr when ho first formed
tho opinion that the food was unfit;
censure of the ootnmtewiry general
(then Gen. Itagnn) for tho too oxtou
slvo purchases ot tho canned beef aa
an untried ration; consuro of Col.
Mntis of Gen. Mllos' staff; tho finding
that tho packers wero not at fault and
that tho moats supplied to tho nrmy
wero the samo quality as thoso sup
plied to tho trade generally, nnd tho
rccommondntlon Hint no further pro
cecdlngs will bo taken In tho prom
Tho conclusion ot tho court adverse
to further proceedlnge IhucxI upon tho
charges Is ns follows:
"It has beon developed In the course
ot tho Inquiry ns recltod In this ro
port that In somo Instance tome In
dlvlduals fulled to porform tho full
monsiire ot duty or to ooeerve the
proprieties which dignify high mill
tnry command, but tho court Is ot the
opinion that tho mere stntoinout In the
olllclnl report ot tho facts duvolopcd
meets tho ends of dlnrlplluo nnd that
tho Intercuts ot tho scrvlco will bo
bost subsorved It further proceedings
bo not taken."
Thoro Is moro or lee criticism of
Gen. Mllee In vnrlous ports ot tho re
port. Probably tho most direct In
stanco Is tho one, which states that bo
yond tho orltlalsm ot ouloors found
olsowlioro Is tho report; "Tho court
finds that against none ot tho officers
commanding corps, divisions, brigades
and roglmontH mid their staff officers
should n chargo of guilty be brought.
"Tho court also finds that tb major
general commanding had not sufficient
Justification for alleging that the ro
frlgoratod beet was embalmed or was
unfit for Issuo to the troops. It also
finds that he committed error In that,
having belief or knowledge, ns bo
clalmod, that the food wits unlit, that
It caused sickness nnd dlsarese; that
somo of It wns oqulppod under tho pro
tense of experiment; that other beof
was embalmed, ho did not Immediately
send such knowledge or belief to tho
secretary of war to the end that a
propor remedy might lio promptly ap
plied." Sirs. Whim. Iltnil.
New York, May 8. Mrs. William C.
Whltnoy, wife ot tho former secretary
ot the navy, died shortly before 1
o'clock Saturday afternoon.
Tho chango tor tho worso In Mrs.
Whltney'a condition camo on last
Tuesday, and It became evident to her
physclans thnt the end wan not far off.
Mra. Whitney wns thrown from her
horeo whllo fox hunting In Aiken, S.
C, on Feb. 21, 1898. Sho tried to pass
undor a low bridge, but struck her
head on n beam and fell to tho ground.
Slvo was unconscious when she waa
plckod up. 8ho was placed In a plostor
oast and remained In It for a long time.
Kverythng possible was dono for her,
but sho remaned absolutely TinlpleAS
from the time of tho accident until she
died. She wns completely paralyzed
from the neck down.
Mrs. Whitney wis tho seoond wife of
ox-Secretary of the Navy Whitney, and
he was her aeeond htMttand, her first
buspand iwvlng been Capt. nandotph
of the nrlMah nrmy.
Carroll Philips, 6 years old, fell from
a tree tn a fence at Danleon. Tex., and
bit his tongue In two. A physician
sewed the dismembered member to
gether. Sli.rirf Arrr.trd.
Wardner, Ida., May 8. James D.
Young, sheriff of Shoshone county, has
been arrested upon nn order ot State
Auditor Sinclair, who is netlng as the
personal representative ot Oov. Stuon
enberg. The arrest wns made Uy
Unted Stat troops, and tho sheriff
Is now onnhned In a Iwrn with 300 '
other prisoners, charged with Qldng
and abetting the riot, and proceedings
will be commenced immediately (o re
move him from Qfijie. In (he mean
time Coronor Franco will act as
Capt Coghlnn of th cruiser ItAlelgti
presented the Nordenteldt oannon to
Wilmington, N. C.
Kd Lowcry, a nophow of H. O. Iw-
cry, tuo North Caroiinn outlaw, snoi
and killed Tucker Dial at Skufflletown.
MaJ. Georgo A. Whitehead ot the
staff ot Gen. Joseph Wheeler during
tho civil war died at Savannah, aa.,
nged 03 years.
The Tomblgbee Cotton Mill company
held Its annual meeting at Columbus.
Mies. Satisfactory luminous tor tlvo
past year WM reported.
Dr. A. W. Itamsoy, for forty year a
lending citizen of CIny oounty, Ken
tucky. Ills father was the first white
child Irani In old Port Vncennce, Inil.
Ti rolling mills at Birmingham and
Gate Cty, Ala., have closod down.
throwing 2000 men out of work. Tho
hut down Is only temporary.
Tho twenty-seventh nnnual of tho
Protestant Kplsropa! dlocceo of Arkan
aos wrw hold at Trinity cathedral, Llt
Nearly ovory state In tho Union wns
roprosented nt the annual meeting ot
tho American Fruit and Produce
Travelers' association Ivold at Wil
mington, N. C.
W. H. Yllllghnm, a prominent mer
chant of Louisville, Ky., hna failed,
having filed n petition In bankruptcy.
His Indebtedness Is tU,03i.O nnd as
sets only 9346. on which exemption Is
claimed. His falluro caused a profound
surprise In Loulsvlllo busluoss circles.
Tho oxeciitlvo committee of tho
Itoard of trustees of Galloway Fomalo
(MetlioiiUt) college at Boaroy, Ark.,
have awarded tho contract for rebuild
ing tho college to W. 11. Stownrt & Ilro.
of Newport. Ark., for $20,810. Searcy
donated $17,000 and tho Arkansas
Methodists tho balance
1311a Haralson wna Jailed at Owens
boro, Ky., chnrged with murdorlng her
baby boy. Tho mother claims sho
slept In n field bocauso alio had no
shelter aud Hint when she awoke sho
found her baby n corpse Having no
means to bury lilm sho threw his body
In tho Ohio river.
Ualttmors, Md May 8. The numer
ous new Industries reported during tho
week, Included the following Import
A IS6.000 oil mill, $8000 spindle cot
ton mill, addition ot 12,800 spindles.
379 looms, CO-ton guano factory, In Al
abama; $280,000 cotton mill Improve
ment, 38,000 spindle end 1000 loom
mill: $780,000 nlectrlo plunt,$76,000 Iron
foundry company, 100 barrel flour mill,
$180,000 lumber mill, two round bnlo
compressos, In Georgia; $180,000 to
bacco factory, $10,000 tolephono com
pany, 40,000 bushel grain olovator, In
Kentucky; $1,000,000 cotton mill com
pany In Louisiana; $70,000 oil cloth fac
tory, $280,000 automobllo company In
Maryland; $78,000 lumber company,
two round bnlo compresses, $50,000
knitting mill company In Mississippi;
$10,000 tolephono company, $20,000 tel
ephone company, $800,000 gold mining
company, $12,000 mill company, $50,000
compress, 40-ton fertilizer factory, 20
ton oil mill, In South Carolina; $3,000,
000 car and foundry company, 10,000
splndto cotton mill, $28,000 now mill,
$50,000 water supply company, $100,000
cooperage, In Tennessee; $100,000 con
struction company, two round balo
presses, nnd $10,000 tolophono com
panyi In Texas; $200,000 marblo works,
$28,000 woodworking factory, $50,000
knitting mill, 28-ton Ico factory la
The Texas Floral society, through
Mra. Harrison, the president, sent Gov.
Bayers a basket of La Prance roses,
grown In Waco, In token ot apprecia
tion of his visit to that city on Con
federate Memorial day, and his ad
drees on that occasion.
The state departments at Austin
were olosed on (lie 0th out ot respect
to the memory ot the late Land Com
Took ll.r Documtnti,
Paris. May 8. Mile. Itiodle Wottler.
a dauzhter ot a French ameer undergo
ing Imprisonment at Amiens tor
swindling , has written to M. Mazeu,
first president of the court ot cassa
tion, declaring that the late Sergt
Mai. Iirlmer, at one time secretary
ot the late Col. Henry, who, like Hen
ry, committed ettlelde, secretly brought
her document. Including a letter from
Dreyfus to Hraperor wtlllam, which
siie says she twrled In an Iron box in
the forest of Marley, northwest ot Ver
sailles, She forwarded a cabman's re
eelpj for the trip.