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that also 10 If other moan mInnl fall tal Is I Groat Dritnlus Dritnlusnew lrltnlus lrltnlusn1 flrtnlunew
new n1 military mllnry policy 1 > oie lc as a announced annollced In Parlia Parliament Iarla Iarlalrnt IarItauctit ¬
ment lrnt today Au army which will 1 numbor numborllttlo nlmber nlmberI nunborIttLt
I llttlo ItUu short lLO of JOOOOO 100 mon mOi rearmed reamed with withboniest witiitInt lh lhtha
tInt boniest 1tlt flio9t moileru mOler fl1OTU weapons wonllnl Including Indutlnl a huge hugeInoreaso hUl6 hUl6Ilefa huge1tcreaM
Inoreaso Ilefa In artillery urtlcry Is I the forco fcro which tho thoGovernment IhoUornmcnt thoUorninent
Government declares IllcIRr U 1 nocossary noesiY for the land landdefence lant hinddtfencc
defence dllcc of tho empire empireSuch eDIPlrotuch euiproSUI11
Such tuch Is ono 01 Rtartllnc stnrtl soijuol euol to tha th procla proclamation proca procamntlon proclanatton ¬
all thn ttiiattonnhiet1a ttiiattonnhiet1afew nations joined a afew
mation of Ipaoo iaeInwhtchaIt In which hleh ni tl natons 1
few short iurt mouthsagoatTho manth8nloatho Hague lal There will willbo wi willb4
bo b4 few In Kngland 11lan1 to pay tho th Government olnm nt nay nayEnglishmen nnrEII18Im nayEnglishmen
Englishmen EII18Im n as a whole Wlolc will wi applaud nNlnut the Iht Min Ministersdecision Mm MmIbter n nherK ¬
istersdecision herK Ibter decision as a only prudent Nuoent ru1ont and they luy will willmcot wi wIllfleot
mcot Ilcut the onormous olormous oxronso IXIOn80 of this Ihl call cnl to toarms toarms toftTfll4
arms sadly slly but llt resignedly roslllly Tho century will willm wi willnul
Inl m nul with wlh the military mltln burdens burdon roetlng rclnl on thu thu0d thuOld
0d 01 < World Worll orld so o great Irent rat that nono can conjecturo conjecturoth cOIecturotIl
S th tIl next nlxt move 100 lu tho gigantic ahnntC came nme of arma armaments nrmnDlontH iirrnanOnt ¬
ments mentsThtf DlontHThe nOntTiw
The Mariula nrluII of Lnnsdowne J1loWII Secretary of ofBtte 016t olbtt
Btte 6t btt tl for War announced nnnCune1 tho t th plan In II tha thaHouso thI thIlou80 ti tiIou
Houso Iou of Imls 1 111 Ho 10 said It wes W8 w In Intended Inlellell IutntIet1 ¬
lou80 tended lellell to t Increase Inerlase the Infantry Inflntry by tvrolvo Ivho bat battalions bnttnlon811 hattahlon8 ¬
talions tnlon811 In addition olhltlon to tliu threo now battalions battalionsthat Iololons Iololonsthnl Iatttillonthat
Ho Mid Kal the thaGovernment theGoernmllt theJovernflflt
that wrn decided on 01 ayearaso n Yl yr 80 10
Government Goernmllt had alparty alrIhllcrlIIt1 Increased tho Iht artillery artilleryby nrtler artmllerby
by sixteen slxtClllntprles batteries tatt rles but bu wero convinced cOlvlncpJ that thlt a amuch aI amuch
I much larger lmlr Increase IICf10 iIICtI was wa necessary nCC88ry At Atpresent t tJllcnt tpreint
present Jllcnt thoro was wn MiflMoit hun < lulI field ntIJ ortlllory Mtlen re remaining rem ¬
I maining 1lIInl In Great llrltain Irlaln for ona on army corps corpsThn corpsTh corpTho
Thn Th Govern Ooernme OovtrnrnctIr merit tlrnoMIllaw proposed ° now to ralso rnI80tnollh rnI80tnollhIJIInl ralOenot8gh ralOenot8ghftddttlni enough enoughadditional
additional artillery ortler for two moro 10ru army arm armycorp corps con and andalso nnlII andSo
also IJIInl II so intended to t Increase In rn tho engineer n inoer battal battalions Illnl battalIoti ¬
ions 1018 Ioti nnd nl1 tho Army rmv Service cnllo Corps Cori Whllo WhlI In InHlttlnc InHleUnl inHietlng
Hlttlnc HleUnl on a nucleus nuceui of regulars r IQlari for tho homo homoarmy homrmylio homtrnty
army rmylio rnty tho Government GoYcrr lt hosald muaUlcpend rlshlopend on onauxiliaries Oi OiaulllrlcR onauxlllirlcs
auxiliaries aulllrlcR for tho bulk Lull of tho work workIn workIn workIn
In tho House 10us of Commons Mr r Georgo GeorgoWyiiilham Oorlo OorloWyulhlmlarlnnwnlary GorgoWyudhnrn
Wyiiilham Parliamentary Under Secretary of ofBtato otIf oftilato3
Wyulhlmlarlnnwnlary tIler
Btato ttnto for War mado 11110 a t detailed Iotnl BtiiUment Itltllent In Inreference II IIrelrenca inr I
If r reference refi renO to tho supplementary 8lNlltmlltarY army esti estimates estlmntes estiI ¬
I mates Hosald 10 113 saId that tho despatch Ilatch of an expe expedition expediion expedltton ¬
dition diion of 0111laraltINlmnlnltu1a unparalleled magnitude over tho sea seawhich 810which a awhleh
which hitherto hiherto hat failed fnlll to achieve ncl v the 11 th object objectfor objctfor OIJjtCtlot
for which whllh It was sent 8 nt had reduced rtJuce1 the th forces forcesnvallablo for foroaallabIu o oIvnlablo
nvallablo Ivnlablo for homo horn defence Ielleo to an altogether altogetherInadequate nlo nltoctiierinndquato ethtr I IIlndrllato
Inadequate Ilndrllato level leol le oI It wan wn necessary ItCt80ory to remedy remedythis remedythl
this thl hosald ho sll Qail but Lit the Government tnvernment did 1 not In Intend Intenl Intend ¬
tend to take tokt this netlon in any spirit of panic panicTho Plnlo PlnloThe munloThe
The Government GOlernmell Mr Ir Wyndham slated stnttI had hadleen lnlren hailIcen
leen ren urged ur urgei C to tnko meaauroi IMliurOI providing provldlnl for formodified forrloII1 forrnotlleil
modified rloII1 compulsory military miltiry service trvlco hut It Ithad IItnd Itnd
had tnd nd no Intention Intlntlon of doing Iloln so IChotrs ChoerM i Owing Owinglo Owlnl
to tho vast at amount of o volunteering vollntctrlnt In nil ni parts partsof parti partiof partsof
of the Fmplre lmplrt tno ln Government would not even evenconsider pVln pVlnconslJer evenconsIder
consider any proposal pror81 looking looklnl to compulsory toconipulsorymilItary compulsorymilitary compnlorymitary
military mitary servIce slrvlco until unti n further attempt alempt hal halbeen hn1LQen hatLoen
been made to dovolop and organize orannlz the auxil auxiliary nuxl nuxilinry ¬
iary forces forcesMr torcls torclsIr rorcsMr
Mr Ir Wyndham declared that the Govern Governments Governmelts Governtnciit ¬
ments melts opportunity opprtunity of availing avalnlllsel Itself of 0 tho ser services se seIc pera ¬
vices a Ic Ico4 of auxiliaries auxilarlts was unique Despite 1eenle tha thalarge th thbrle thlarge
large brle force In South Africa Arica there th ri remained rtmnlntd In Inftieat InCwat Inheat
heat Cwat llrltain Irltln on Fob 1 100000 100 regulars relular relularI rogular4t7504
17500 mllltla mllil JtOOO 1000 yeomanry omanry and 222000 222000volunteers 22OOOvolunteeN OOO OOOolunlcr
I volunteers olunlcr Iloorulting llcrultol h li said 811d WM W4 wa never neverinoro nevlr nevlrlre nevermore
more lre active nUO and no fower than 10000 100 men menwere mtnI menenrolled
were re enrolled nrolo1 In tho ho auxiliary uxlnry forces torsln In Jan January JonualY Januay ¬
I uary Tho full ful auxiliary ouxilury establishment at atwhich atwhich atWhich
which tho Government Govornmelt aimed was sva 405000 405000The 400 405000I
I men menThi
Icn IcnIh
The Ih Government Mr r Wyndham Wrnthnm sold pro proposed proJo propoed
posed Jo er to Increase Inerea the Ihl he pay of tho mllltla mltn to give givegreater Ilye IlyeI tve tvegreater
I greater facilities rncllts for ruin practice practc anti to pro provide NOj ¬
regimental transport transportTho tran81orlTho transportThe
j vide lde complete rllmpnlnl
j Tho Govormmmt ovOrlult proposed 1r r > sod to arm Iho volun volunteers wluntNri volunteeN ¬
teeN with the til most IMt modern 10I rn weapons w arns nnd to toexnetahltfhor 10exnet toexact
exnetahltfhor exact n hhlhtr htirher standard Rtanlfll of f ofllelency cnclencr It 1 also alsoIntended nlRoIntlndt1 a1ok
Intended Intlndt1 to Invlto Invlti tlm ti men to servo ser erv one month monthevery monlheler montheerY
k every eler soar onr unlor canvas Tho Government Governmentalso Ciosrnmentw ovprnmentaln
also Intended IntelJ 1 to prnvldo rnlllo for a permanent In Increase In1111t InF ¬
w F crease 1111t In the regular rlalllr artillery nrtlorr by bybatttrie4 thirtysix thirtysixbatteries thlrtyslxbalries
batteries balries of Held 1lllun guns un and seven s en batterIes bltcrlcl of ofliorso ofborho ofIlorho
liorso artillery artilleryIn Irtlerr IrtlerrIn
In regard reinrl to the Increaso In tho Infantry Infantrybranch In Infantrytiranch Inn try tryrnnch
branch Mr Ir Wyndlnm ynlum repeated rlrlat1 the statement statementmade 81ntclont 81ntclontmnle statementmnIo
made by b the Soerotary Irtry of Stato tllto for War In the theHouse tholol the1Iotie
House lol of Iords IordsLONDON Llls Llls10SIOS InriisfoN1o
LONDON 10SIOS Feb lb b llTho lThf press IreS views 1018 the now nowBriny newIrm nowarmy
Briny Irm proposals on the thl wholo with satisfaction satisfactionand satsfnctOU
and 81 whore theta thorf Is i dissatisfaction It Is i be bernuso bernl betoo
rnuso rnl too llttlo It IIttl rather Mther than too to much muchIH
IH I contemplated Iontlmpllte Thus the lh iMitu TIliu Vivi ViviLiberal Vtr VtrtIthtral MiS MiSlb11
Liberal lb11 t regards relalis the Governments Uoornmente plans plansn plansni
moderation and nndw andf andnM
ni nt n marked chiefly chlely by moderaton
w f nM It does Ine 10s not believe bpleve that tho thopn thoNp1 thiyrpOPI
pn Np1 yrpOPI > po nd permanent lermonlt Increase inerea of tho tht th regular regulariirmy rllllr rllllrIrml ruIarllrI1il
iirmy Irml will li bo 10 held by the country to endanger endangerivcrtlng cndnllor cndnllorIt endangortvcrtInI
ivcrtlng It Into n military mitay kingdom It I con concludes eonchlle coniIttiles ¬
cludes Its ls comments omrpnl by appealing nppenlnl to tho patri patriotism ratrlotsm patriotlsm ¬
otism otsm of tho jiooplo to Insure Ilsuro tho th success of the thotcliomo 110 110clmo theeItiine
tcliomo tcliomoTho eItiinerho
clmo clmo1ho
Tho 1ho Mfliniiril SI IIlrr Consorvatlvnl Consoralv1 calls enli tho pro proIiOMtiii po porO proposa
IiOMtiii rO posa lil emergency measures that nn nr Intended Intendedmainly Inlolee1 Inlolee1nalnly intondeilflUifllY
mainly nalnly to tide tlo over tho presont ront dlUleultlcs dlfcullc8 It Ithopes I Itbopes
hopes bo e they will wi Inv tho Ih foundation tOUIlntof for reforms reformsof Iorms
of 0 a permanent rcrmnlrnt character charocto It I urgos IrlrR tirg tho Gov Government Go Gormnt Goeynmfnt ¬
ernment rmnt to strain hlroll every elry nnrvo and nl1 totaxlto totaxltoresources to IIJ tac If Ifrr its itsrcOflrcs
resources rr orc s to the Ih utmost utlt titmi > st t to r rIlneo placo tho obfroleto obfroletoartillery ob oboletoartillery oleto oletoatlorv
artillery atlorv with which whl < h tlio II volunteers luntccr have lne so HOlong soIon soIon
long Ion been en mucked muckedTho mIhl mIhlTh niueleilThe
The Th fVimirir V rII iLibpruli I 1ILlnI generally Itnernly approves approvesthn nPIrO nPIrOth npprovestim
thn th Governments GovrmI propo Irorooal propoat4 nls It I thinks thllk tim not notresult nt ntrsult notrvsult
result ought oUlht to bo I u alan1 largo addition ndllol to the avail availaMo Ival avaIl1Is
aMo eMI 1Is forces with wlt Increased IoreaMlJ elllcieney elllcieneyTho crelelcy crelelcylho flelencyI
Tho I Ito Ttlesraph 7Hfgrnpl says har ay tho country eOlntry will wi bo 10 satis satisfied Mats Matsfell satlifled ¬
which tho thomhnmc thodlme thesclime
fled fell with the broad principle plnclllo on
mhnmc Is 1 hThe based basedThe bncl1hc
The iMIu Mail 1lil llvii U i dlsatlsfled 1s3t8 II with tho make makofchllt mnko61It makeiliIIt
fchllt 61It nature nntlro of the 11 oliomo It nays Mal there Ih N Is I no noradical norulca norLuifeat
radical rulca roformno reform no attempt nlmlt to build bul nnound nnoundichemo n Moun Mounlhelo souniliciiciiio
ichemo lhelo of military mlltnrlItuco defence nothing to demon demonstrate I1mon I1montrle demontrate ¬
strate trle to Krtlcor Irlcor and 011 heat rlut llrltlaus IrllI8 Conti Continental Cont Continental ¬
nental nenlli enemies that she ho iHln is In tleally Itealv uarnost uarnostA Jarost Jarostf
A 4 great Irt deal tlnl ff the eritloism rllnll in thu tllou House c of ofCommons otCommrnilM ofC
f Commons CommrnilM In directl lr cl1 nt the 110 al atenci enco pnc uf expla explanation Ixlll Ixlllnnton oxpinnation ¬
nation nnton ns n to how tho cost co t of th Ihn immanent rrmnlmt In Increasn Inro incra
creasn cra ro U to bn L mM 01 Mr Ir Wyndham nllh1m did el1 not notdeal noteal notdeal
deal eal with this tIil question 1 Rtinn In II tho Ih House UII of Com Commons om om101S ototaons ¬
mons 101S and the Marquis 31r1111M r It if > f Lansdonnedld lanllowno did not notelf nottpnr notclear
elf tpnr clear ar up tho Ito matter In II thIIou Ih 10u iIoui o of Lords 10rJ Tho Thotemporary ThotCIIorry Thetciiiiorary
temporary tCIIorry t loUOI portion > ortlon of tho pheiiui IIH11 will wn of ofcourse otC ofCur
course C Cur IIP h Io met liy hI the til supplementary lllplt llnry estimate estimateof Ittmnto
of ttOfIOtW ii000ixn announced anloUMOI In II the Ihl house 101 last lastFriday lost1rlla lastTriiay
Friday 1rlla and alll any such iuei ueh emergency IIrlny money will wi bo boctven bI begiven
given IYUllnhslltnl1 unhesitating but bil tho Ih most IIHt farseeing farseeingalready fnrstlnl farsecingalrenily
already predict prutlel a storm btOtl of protest ngnlnst nlClnst a avrmuncnt altrlunent atrmanent
ltrlunent vrmuncnt addition atdlton to the th ttwmiiitary military 1tlt1Y Imlgot Imlgotniiirns liultJj7fl uClt uCltJIIW
niiirns JIIW 4 IIKVOKT r or J raivin raivint 11111 I 4 17IL 17ILSy
t Sy j 78 That Thlt Hn round Fnlnd It I i Iinprnrllnililc Illrlllrlll t tHold tn tnUn tottli
Hold Un Viiitl 11 Krnnl Krnnlfl Itrl Itrla Krietpa
fl pa a iiilt r Htfilrt fJfr Pip ifr la r Tun TI Tit scs scsLOSIIOV Ml MlI MrJoiiox
LOSIIOV JOSlO Fob rFlold Marshal Lord 10rlloh 10rlloherts lInt Ilolerts lInterts
I erts cables colI18 to tho th WCr Vnr fife Oilc from Ir Modder ModderItlverundrdatof loiiirItlver
Itlverundrdatof Ih Itlver unllr Ihl ot Fell t U 11 I 1 i r ilnws flnwuse < ilnwsllwdvotl lnw lnwUlcIIollho
llwdvotl UlcIIollho use iveil thn t hi following folowlll from G n r liullcron liullcronFob Bulr flullor Oi on onFeb
Fob H I It wa va a < iiifeossary n after eoling pclln eIiiri Vnnl VnnlKrauts VnniErniiti nl nlKrll
Krauts Krll to Intptich U I ns n a plvrt fr further furtheroperations tlthr tlthrOlwrtlI ttrth r rolsrations
operations OlwrtlI but Lit I foniid fCHI1 utter fl r trying IIIIa t fur ir r two twodays IWldall wi widave
days dall that thin thl wa lnj 111 r ictlcaMn lICIII It I was lnII lnIIexpo1 also alsocxposodtotho filM filMto
cxposodtotho expo1 to the flro ro of hMvy hW gun Iun > flrod from Ifm n nposition 1 iiposition
position Jlo lton by b which whllh our nitlllery nJlerr was n doml domlated Ilomlaated 13m1sated
sated aatedJ ated
J It U I p ftntnl eenttat pntat to troop Irol advancing nJvnncnl to Lady Ladysmith 11ly 11lymlh Iailymlth
smith mlh by Hardlag Inrlol aud au Mongers Ionlfrl Drift nrlt to hold holdTnal holdVil boldVaul
Tnal Vil I Krantz securely peurol Accordingly ccorIIJlly we I are not nottrujtliignn notru notrriitig
ru rriitig trujtliignn II ni an ndranro on thosn Ihol tho roadsan rnld n 1 Ilnl Ilnlwo llnd llndwo IIndWe
wo rannot mako It Vaal anllrnntz KraiitzsocttrJ KraiitzsocttrJMuitlril Trnntz SJCIN SJCINlhll1 scettr scettrIIIIIUIi
Muitlril lhll1 TrnlnNn K Kr III I rnr rnrFo rnrfErytay
r Fo Erytay rr il la r In tho tie yf Tar r IT t HI fi Ixinn U If lT Now Q York YorkTrsiu ork
C Cllral itr i fl hiiiihjMttrn Lnilttd rolel Train Tral tile lu
Illal1 Ir lhll1 1ltI
JIUI11t Jtuisni un irint 111 nitrv nitrvTort U nit 1I i i Iiitl IiitlToi 11 11TIl
Tort TIl Toi n Sutlers SiO Al io o Iroiti I rl roft Sliortngx Ihlrtnl tif r 1uod 1uodSliliinlOiliiu 1un 1unfklmhhlll loitlSki
SliliinlOiliiu fklmhhlll Ski t In Ihing at lt Itcimliurg ItcimliurgV 1llra 1llraIt lt iiiburi iiiburicleci41
V cleci41 It > citl 1 tVrll Col aPt Detailed DmHlcl Dtp itch lo 1 Tun TaiiLocno fln Hov HovLOSBOK fl
LOSBOK 10 mot Feb eb I 1Klmberlpr Klmberlny In I mirTnrlnB mirTnrlnBpnmawtmt lurlna lurlnaomowhot siifTrIngsomewhat
somewhat severely from from the bombardment bombardmentwhich ll1mharlnuII ll1mharlnuIIwhich bnntharlintntrIiieli
which Is I damaging lnnllla tho residential rlollInlnlpll parts of tho thotown tlo tlotOIn thutown
town tOIn morn 101 thin hitherto hllorlo rite Inhabitants Inhabitantsnro Inhllant8 Inhllant8nro inhabltantaro
nro probably now nol suvcrely plnehod for sup supplies SlP SlPIllo supIitlo ¬
Illo IlloCapo plies pliesCapo
Capo Town papern of Into of Jan 1 which whichhavo whichhn1 whichhruve
havo hn1 arrived here hlrp report that the canned meat meatIn mentIn fluentIn
In Klmborlxy Klml rlpv was W1 then nearly nnrly consumed consumedThreefourths consll ennetimsilThreefourths ll ll1hrfelourlhs
Threefourths 1hrfelourlhs of thn available nvnlalo meat was WIS horse horseflosh hllo honieStoh
flosh 10 h the thl prco Ico of which whch tho authorities nuthorlte had hadllxod hndIxod hadilxud
llxod Ixod at lt nine pence mar pound poundDuring punJ punJIhhl pound1urlng
During Ihhl December Iccmbor the death reRh rate rose to CO COpor 10 10por iO iOper
por 1000 100 arid nr11 of tho blacks bileks to 1 IU 8 pur 1000 ns nscompared ni asennupar41
compared enmpnrt1 with Ith 217 17 per 1000 IrO among nmOl1 thin thowhites tie tielj thinwiittsi
whites lj and Ind 030 3J among Imonl the thl blacks blnck In IIIHHI 1WH 1t4t The TheInfnntllo TheInfnntilu
Infnntllo InlnnUu death rate reached tho extraordinary extraordinaryheight extraordinaryheight
height hlllht of 0711 071 mnong nloni tho whites hltes nnd 0127 0127among Ul7anona U127among
the blocks blocksGen blacksGen
among anona tht blak blakOcn
Gen Lord Ir Roberts I < blrl has ha sanctioned sanctoned certain certainnow corin corinnw certaInnow
now nw press regulations relllton which nceordlugto the theSlamiardi theStcinthrda
Slamiardi SlandCrd Modder Motller Illvor lhor correspondent Iorrospondtnl will willallow wIllnilow 1
allow nlow mailed mnled communications cormunlcntona to pass tin tinchocked 1n 1nhockcd tinS tinSchocked
chocked Telegrams Telllrnna only Ily will wi be t censored censoredTho censoredTho censoredlhi
Tho correspondent corrr ponecnt adds nhl slcnlllcantly alanllclllr fur During lur furInc ¬
Inc 11 tho next few tCI days llr8 however very little llttlonews 1t10 1t10C littlenews
news C will wi bo permitted mnllcl to BO o through throughThorn throllh throllhhor througliThere
Thorn hor Is nothing nothlnl from trm tho lie Natal tnl sldo except exceptGen exccptOcn exceptlen
Gen len hullers lulre explanation rXIJannton of hU hi withdrawal withdrawalfrom wlhdrawnl wlhdrawnlfrom wIthdrawalfrom
from Veal Krnntz KrnntzSkirmishing Krnntz81lrrlshlna KrRntziklrnlsiuIng
Skirmishing 81lrrlshlna Is reported from Pensburgwlth Pensburgwlthsmall nnb1r flensburgwlthsntall wlh wlhsmalloe
small smalloe losses e on either side but blt there thor has Iua boon boonno benno beenno
no forward tltrd movement movementMits mOll niovotnCntiiis n I IVI16
Inites 118 Through Thrlh the tht liner I Lines III to Join Joll tier Ilortluibaiiil UerUIbl1 tiertitlh111811
tluibaiiil UIbl1 Who hI It III IIIPiETEiiMAriiizntiiO mnal IllHat
Hat nal CaWP a l Palc flpetcAtoTnE ITll R RlEJuntt St StIirEuMnttznvuo
PiETEiiMAriiizntiiO lEJuntt Clo Natal ntl Tub ful 12 1 045 A AM AWI AM
M News > ewe was WI received rlcohc1 hero yesterday tstlrIIR that thatMajor tlt tltUIjor tht3ajor
Major UIjor Doveton 1ovlon ovton Is seriously 80rlou ly III 1 at Ladysmlth LadysmlthGen lnd8mlh lnd8mlhOln
Gen Oln White < commander of tho Drltlsh Drltl h forces forcesat forcts forctsnt
at Lailystnlth LallsllthoLtRlnel obtained permission permlsl < n from Gen GenJoubert OlnJouhlrl GunJoulert
Joubert Jouhlrl tho liner lor commanderlnehluf commlndlrlnchl f for forMrs torlr8 forMrs
Mrs lr8 Povetotj Dovltor to join her IItr husband hlsbnnd She ljlelt left hero herolast herelast
last today todayCOT 1181 todaycor night nnd U passing 1lssln through throulh the Door DOIr lines linestoday lnes lnestoJn linestoday
COT NlllUtllllH IllIllJ tWjVSOY tWjVSOYTriutceiuf U usiivioyTrustee IIVjIOVTlute
Triutceiuf Tlute Trustee atom tlm Soldier ohllr Homo Hope loMnke loMnkeIt to 31nl Mnke MnkeIt
It Iprmancnt 1rlllllt Cutler lrlor th the Vptvrnn etran Law lnvAIIUNY Inw111S LawAtVfliY
AIIUNY 111S Feb 12Gcn 1 On John Palmer Jllmpr Palmerof of this thiscity thIsclr thIscity
city clr who Is President lro8ldnl of it the lioard 10lrd of Trustee Trusteeof
of tho titnto Dnlo Soldiers 80hlors Homo 10mo at Hath call 8111 to tonight 10nhlt tonhilut ¬
night nhlt that Ihlt the th trustees tnutt 8 would wOII1 moot nnxt nnxtTuesday noxtTuesday t tTu
Tuesday Tu lar to take testimony lo tlon1 upon 1101 the thecharges IhAchnrlls thecharges
charges chnrlls of Incoiupetency Incoltcncy preferred proorrfd against againstCol alnlnt alnlntCol ngaintCol
Col Col Charles 0 Shepard Shlpali commandant lolmRndnnt of the thehomo thehlml thehome
homo hlml Upon tho successful sueco 8tnl establishment l tnblMhnlent of oftheso ofthe80 oftheio
theso charges chals the Ih trustuos hop legally 10lnlr loalI to tomako 10mnko tomake
make Col ol SheparJa hIrJ suspension uipnilol us n Com Commiuiilant < on onLllninnt oniLalnilant
miuiilant Lllninnt permanent IItrmnnrnt under 1ndl the Ih Veteran llrln law III lawlt
I lt Is I nxrocted OXIlctlll thnt a Heclsmn ceehlnl can bo I rpaclieif rpaclieifby rlaeh rlaehly
mouth by ly the tl Board of Tnuteca lrl tecl before lforu tho ho end of tho thomouth tho1011th thenv
mouthGov 1011th
Gov nv liousnvnlt looslt said today Ilv that Iha ho 1 < had ro roe reo reoIIJ roIved
e lvednreplv IIJ Ived n rltlv reply to his letter 1Ir sent to Kuguno iulclW A
Ihilbln 1 ehalrman of tin tht lie commltteo commltto of thJ thJSato Ih IhtCto titiOnto
Sato tCto board loanl ot Charities lhuH which Is I Imvstl Imvstleating lu IuvstIittin
eating Jatlna tho lie ehnrges chrie against 11I1nlt the ho manago managoimnt naln managtAt1t t
imnt Il nt of the Home 1010 Tho Governor ovlrnor wrote wrotnMr wrotolr wroteMr o
Mr lr Phllbln Ihillin that tha he II grnitly Irlh desired 11 lrlt that he heshould heuIouii
should hollllr prnsi lr ° forward the Investlgntloa luvellnton with wlh1 nil
diligence rllpnet so Sf so that ho hI could report frOf i ita ho h results rlSI18 by by31nreh bt I
March 1 by y which tune uno the th Governor hocmo tovernor will wil have havot hnNtJ
tJ t oond blnl In hi h titi i nuiiiliiatlons nolllIt0IS of members membersof 10rllrl
of the ti lit linan onr1 of Trustee 1ru co8 of tho ho home llomnIf homeIf I
If I he h hi hope holO to hiivo hlv them thim th m conllrniid conlrl1 by hI 10m tho thoSonutn th thonltl tlitonato
Sonutn onltl this thl thi year r Mr Ihilbln h lu replied that he howould hewould
would do to ns lS the Governor OOlrnor desired des rlll o and rnd If Iftho Ifthe I
the InvetUat In tlaton on was Wa wa prolonged prulonl61 would rpt put la laa II ina t I
a I preliminary Nilmlnnn report repnrtcovorlnt covering eaerlnl the conclusions conclusionsarrived 10nluslons 10nluslonsrhI eoniutonsarrivti
arrived rhI at by reprt thj tht th commIttee commltl up to March llrch 1 1Tho 1t 1Tue
Tho t luvihileatlon IUIllraton Ii I I to le resumed re lmld nt lt tho ofllou ofllouof ore oreof ofileof
of tho State ttl Hoard of Charities Chnrlte hero tomorrow tomorrowTKOtTULK tolorrow tolorrow7Il7111 tomorrowrzofrijLt
TKOtTULK 7Il7111 AIlKAlt fUtIU lOIl lOn COT ItTtYAS ItTtYASNorth nnrISorth flflFtNorth
North Carolina nrnlna DMunrrnts Itm1 Object OhJpct to t lila IIllAisoclntlon 11 11clt1 lilatucIatIun
Aisoclntlon clt1 With lh Sonntor SUlntnr Ilutlvr IlutlvrrAlFniil 11111 11111IAEtl jlutlerIATEItII
rAlFniil IAEtl N C Feb 101 12 12Two Two days da 8 IWO the theannouncement th theannouncement
announcement nnvUlcement that Col 101 Bryan lrln was coming cominl to toKalcigh talakuh toRaligh
Kalcigh wus wa balled hniod with wih enthusiasm Inthuilam by L Demo Democrats VNDOerll Democrats ¬
crats erll Tonight that thlt enthusiasm tfthusta m has hn changed changedto chlrlod
to Indignation Indlcnnton because beCIU8 of the announcement announcementthat annunement annunementIhlt
that Ihlt Senator Duller lutldr U I to accompany aCCOIIII tho thoXebrasVan IhuebrAknn thuNebrMkun
XebrasVan XebrasVanMr ebrAknn ebrAknn31r
Mr M r liutlorlsthn Butor Butler I is the PopulUt r < fulit Senatorfrom 5nntor trom torn this thisBtato IhllBtltt thisBtnte
Btato Btltt anti Is I opposed 01t1 by every North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina orh orhCnrolla
Carolina Cnrolla Democrat Dozens Dozenl of tolo tolograms Icloram toletrnnus
grams ram were werl sent by prominent Democrats Democratstonight Vmolrnl Vmolrnl10Ullh DrnocrattonUtht
tonight 10Ullh to Mute htl Chairman Simmons Simmonsnnd lIiiimoittint humol
tint National nlonal Comiultteeman Com nlllelau iiltteonuan Jcsephut JcsephutDinlels JCI JsephuThtnlels llhu llhuV
Dinlels V nlels who went elt to Illchmoml l hmalrl yestenlay yp ttrIIY to tomoot tomut tomCit
moot Col llryan Irl urging urllni them thpI to head hent off Sen Sentor Senlor Monor
tor or llutler lutlr Col A M Waddlll nIJII aidhli a leading leltlnl can candidate enntlJntl canIldato ¬
didate tlJntl for Senator Senalo llutlors sent SIRt In the Ih tie < tenato tenatonnd lpMll enatoand
and nnr a 1 member mtIlr of the tht committee commltto from the Stato Statont Htnl Htnlnt Statqat
nt largo lalln to rccelvo rNlvt Col Bryan Iryan telegraphed telegraphedbtnto tINnphlt tINnphltln teIerrnphudtato
nluht nluhtIf btnto ln tato Chairman Chlirman Simmons Hlnmon at II a lllchmond to tonluht tonhdll toriiicht
nhdllI If I Butler Hlter comes with Ith Dryan rrnn we will wi lose losethousands los losetiouands
thousands tou nnds of voteS votenF votIS votISD
F D I Winston Wnston lnston Claude Kitchen Klchtn end other oth < r
lesdlng le llnl Democrats sent similar tele teleuratns to1 to1Irnms teleRrntns
uratns Irnms Democrats Dlmorlt do d not nlt hesitate heslnte to tosay touy tosay
say that Uilt Dialers llllor presence ftcre with 111 Coi CoiDryan ColIrYln o ol3ryin
Dryan IrYln will wi cost him thn North orth Carolina Cnrolnn dee electoral eloctO1 deeoral ¬
toral oral vote ln The Ihp locnl 10cII committee appointed np otnto to tomeet tornJt tont
meet rnJt eol Col ol llryan fnnn igr1 gre > d tonight tonrIh not torecog torecognlro ta rocng rocngnlte rocognire
nlro Senator Duller Butor II f he comos comosOl romoro eomooI
ro < Ol TAXXKR UIV1 UIV1Senntor IIX IIXSellator II I IScontor
Senntor Cullomt lIlom Fnllnwers lolovn Holt n Reptilill Reptilillfnii nlpuhU nlpuhUII
tnt II Convrntliiii < nntltol In II Illinois IllinoisSriitNCiFlKLP 11101 11101HrIIWFIFLt 1IIluoiSiLIuIFtELfl
SriitNCiFlKLP HrIIWFIFLt III I Fob 12Gov John H HTrmner nTrnner IiTannerwon
Trmner Tannerwon won today In tho tht Republican nellbl ln Conven Convention Cnvcn Cnvcntnn Conventifl ¬
tion tnn of Hangamon fnnCmon county defeating 10ealll Senator SenatorShelby flnnlar flnnlar8hlby euntor euntortiulby
Shelby M I Cullom Culal In his homo hor homoenunty I county After AftnrIho Alnr Alnrtho Aftertiutu
Iho Tannor people had rejected r n proposition propositionfor proo llon llonlor
for Cnlloms follower bolted boltednnd boltedant
a compromise cOlpromhp Clloms folower Littd LittdIn
ant In held hpl111 u convention of their own oln In the Chat Chattetton Chatt Chatterton
tetton t rtan Opera Houte HrUM Thii action Dcton was taken takenwith tlkon tlkonlh takenwith
with lh the hope that the State Convention Conventon will wil be becontrolled beeantrolel becontroliel
controlled eantrolel by Cullom Culom mn who ho will wi goat tho thocontesting thocoatni thecoutosting
contesting Cullom delegation dlllntol from frm Sangamon Sangamonoounty Hnlamon HnlamonOlnly tangamonoiunty
oounty coatni Olnly alter lllor ousting au tn tho tlo Tanner Tnnno delegation delegationchoKon dtl dslegatlunchinsn llton lltonchoMon
choKon nt II todays todlrR regular convention conventionAfter eonvsntionAfter
After Allr the tlo Cullom Cllom thorn boilers bl r had hnllplt left the Ih conven convention conln conventhou ¬
thou 101 hall hRI nlnetyflv nlnllllvA regularly r lnlnrly elected elpctlc dele delegates 1 1logittes le le1111M
gates 1111M regnonileil to their names when the Ih roll rollwas rol rollsvls
was cnlled c le1 Of this thl number numhlr ninetythree nlnllhro voted votedwith votciwith 0111 0111wih
with wih Tanner rnln r and nn two votnd for Cullon Cullnj Thus ThusIt ThulI
It I iis ri shown that thlt < Tanner had a majority of ofthn otthp ofthe
the Convention oven on attnr nlnr the stilt II ninetytwo ninetytwobning nlntrtwo1IIHll nlntytwobin
bning 1IIHll bin a InajorlY majority under tho th regular rOlular call oal for the thoconvention Ihoconnni theconvention
convention connni on of 183 I delegates dlpenel dlpenel1tX delegates74V
A t 1roposeil Inw In Tint Will 1 Cln CIoo Iooe o Every EveryCntliin 1r7 1r7Cutul lveryCitliin
Cntliin Cutul Kiclmmn Jsrlllt In the t1 State StateAiftTtx Stntl StntlA1IT StntrALSTI
AiftTtx A1IT Tex 1lx T cx Fob PJ lThn Tho Toms House 10150 of ofItepresentatlvej otleprsulathts ofIlepresetutatives
Itepresentatlvej leprsulathts today adopted an amend amendmeut alIII alIIImelt ainotidmont
mont melt to the Ih Occupation OIlpaton Tax bill li placing a aState aStntn aState
State tax of S0iO 3000 OOO a year lnr on any telegraph telegraphtilophonu telplrnpl telsgraphtlopluon
tilophonu 1lophon or railroad ralroll1 company cornny or other othercorporation othprcorporton othercorporation
corporation which stall lll uso or pormlt pormltto
corporton to bo used Its II Ilims JIIM lIii or wires lr tor torconveying lorcJvpylog or orenveying
conveying cJvpylog market Illrkt quotations quolnton for or brokerage brokeragebusiness Lrkere LrkereIuht brkerae1IUSIVe4N
business Iuht An n annual Innunl Statn ttntn tax of Of JiDOd Ito 13 13nl t tnio 3 3nNo
nNo nl o placed lne1 on 01 0 all ni brokerage Lrnklrun firms Irm doing loin bust bustnem buqi10iN 11 11I
nem I R 111 II the htat hnt This hls tax tlX will wil linvellic hao Iho effect effectofelosinu Ilrct Ilrctlelolu oItctefeunlmc
ofelosinu lelolu upevervcottonnxclmntrrand 11Irv 111 < n olllln nnd broker brokornie brolorII
Imuite In the State That Is 1 tho ho
nie II II ttate Tllt object oJlct of ofthoamcndmtiut otIho ofthin
thoamcndmtiut thoamcndmtiutUglits thin 1lendmolt 1lendmoltuCIICCI amenilmout amenilmoutcncIn
cncIn uCIICCI Co rcii 11 ii s 1JIII 1JIIIrIKht i
Uglits Tnrnril Tlrn1 Out by tim Pollrp Iul ninl 11 1009 1009Ieronn IOOIfonn i 000 000loron
Ieronn Ifonn Sent lloinr lloinrHoJrlnciliattho lul lulleJrnl Ilonirlfetrini
HoJrlnciliattho leJrnl lfetrini Ihn hat Ihl MadUoti nttnn Illyclo Urclo Club 111 liii was wattr WI wasr
tr r havo h a eotiehepeoiteheo olehoolclln ilantr hlc nt lt 7 7lnr 7lnrInrl llin > rs rsMorris
Morris Inrl pirk lir rk Hall Irl In 170th trot trlt Intt In t nlcht nlchtlitlit n Ilhl IlhllII icht icht8t
litlit lII 8t Wi WIan1 iirdand nnl iiuI tlnrt > pdlcr 1lc Uc r n I uaniulnto uaniulntotl ual calu ht OtI
tl I I iia o as Tlllie fillo nub turdii lrrl irgan 1 gu 11 to II ti < mneo mneoln 1r10 1r10fn IIflCOIto
Ito ln drove rOo her Ir jff JI the staue tui us i ml 1 tr the tIi llfht llfhtninl lh lhtinil <
nil 01 fn nynt away IWn tho Ih aviiiliy Mi1nll of f IIHKJ IIII nurson nursonnn tur Icrsuiiiii I
nn 11 iii IIITK qJl IITP TI tin Ill I I i Iiitu IiituSnvrrsSrnt 1lml 1lmlIU iiitiiIhf
IU SnvrrsSrnt Snnu riit ul to t Tulip il on in thin I Hemnlnilfr Hemnlnilfrof 1lllnhr 1lllnhrf
of f Her Ir Crew CrewFirK Crwflt row rowFir
FirK flt Fir ISLAND ISsp Feb PAt midnight mllnlht the ti life lifecaving 1 lifeavlng
caving avlnl crew of Forgo Fora illver Ilve were jallod al1 lIel away nWCr awayto I Ito I
to tako tho lie remainder rlmnlntIr if th tic erew off or the thoKteiuiier thest
Kteiuiier st tIIpr lJ or Uatn lrl on City lj She Hh S Ii ii I Is s pounding 1111t111 i i it 1 itt ii very veryheavily veryhOIly veryligiviIy I
heavily hOIly and there Is a high hlch llghsourunlng llghsourunlngIooitoit HCII running runninglleerfoot rlnnlnl I Ifrfolll
lleerfoot frfolll 1nrni Ilrl Sninnjet SninnjetWith n
With Wlb Increanlnit IDtreslol knowledge knowldoo nf t thr lb iltngrrt 141r h bulh bulhtbrotb health healthtbruujh lth lththrough
through tbrotb rsrel nrrrlr ciirelsll lr pr vrII prtflsl < 1 fit ronmimcn grow growiuor tirowiii4 j
iuor r and moro futiilluu In theIr 11lr mlecnoo Ieeloo liecr liecrfoot ler 1eertoot 1
foot rol 1 mean purity iltliitlutii tIUU aud n < tlt clesnttncu IUllhll ullnei
HUT IJT TEtttl 7nl1 Till TII UHniLAM UHniLAMawrivci JIWllIml rzi rzi41rlNcl
awrivci win IrLI xor lor ur HI HIIreitnrlng 11 IW EfSro EfSrorellrlnl ISY ISYlrepnrhng
Ireitnrlng rellrlnl It I Is I HellcTril to Mmrrh larl on onllloemfniitrlii Oi Oi110lrlItlll onUlooinfuiitdn
llloemfniitrlii 110lrlItlll Kliutierlry Hlnherl7 Untter a aHeavy nlelv7 aheavy
Heavy lelv7 lIner I Ilnmbartlinrnt Jnmbarhlnt and Suitor slnr Suitorhug SutlerInc
Inc 111 from Slinrtugo Illrllao of f IuodTwelvn IuodTwelvnliuiulrcil 1TwelvIlutrel VuotTweReIlundreI
liuiulrcil Ilutrel Whites hUn Irnvn Ilnrkly laklJ TVrit TVritItcrnuio 1t Wostflernttio
Itcrnuio 10110 of r Inotlne liy IJ the te Dutch DutchFpteial Uuteheptal Dutchpiat
Fpteial eptal nilt Obt IJbe ntip rtp espieJti + tAi la 1 tar T Ha HaFrom fa faFrom Res ResFrom
From Tin TUI8cM SaNs Oorrctpotident CrreIPollnt with lb Ocn M Melhnen MelhnenFof MethtiensForces thn Di DiFonii
Forces FoniiMopncn Fof FofloPPEn ForcesMoDDER
Mopncn fIVES nIVrI Feb tb 10 101 IO4 4 P M 3IOen Maen Oen Lord LorilItoberts Lr Lordlloberts
Itoberts nobtrte visited Iltet tho camp oml of the High Highlanders Wlh Wlhlnderl IIIhlanders
landers lnderl this morning mornlnl and mae a brief brleispeech brletspeech briefspeech
speech to each tnch battalion batnlon Hu 11 recalled recnll1 tholr tholrassociation tholrt theirassociation
association t association oclaton with Ilth him hm 1dm In India IntII and 011 declared declaredthatthoy declaredthat Inlned Inlnedthat
thatthoy that thy had helped to t mako him what be Is IsHn IIHo haIts
Hn added that ho had never made a campaign campaignwithout clPIIU clPIIUwihout cainpitignwithout
would bo without withoutthem withoutthlC withoutthecu
without wihout Highlanders Ilhlandors and nnlwoullot not
them thlC Ha le was wn clad Rild that flea Maodonatd Mlollonnll re rerorteJ ro rororteJ e eyorteil
rorteJ well wel of them Ih m Ho 10 referred rlorrd to an arduous arduousmarch nruousmnrh arduousmarch
march mnrh tho Beaforth Highlanders lhlanlor had ha made madewith mndt mndtvlh inatlewith
with vlh him and added Iitod that the tht brigade brlaan woald woaldhavo wonlt wrnelilhave
have Iave n shorter r march now Though Thoulh It would wouldnot wuld wuldnot wouldnot
not be n 1 walkover mlkoIr hudldnothave hodlJ Dothlve notbave the slightest ollzhtestdoubt slightestdoubt lht0t lht0tdOlbt
doubt dOlbt of oll Its success successThe SICC SICCTho successThe
The brlgaJo brInllo guv I tave VI three cheers for to the Com ComtiianderlnChlef Cm CmrlllnlerlnChltf CorntuanlerInClilef
tiianderlnChlef rlllnlerlnChltf and another thrrofor thr three for Lady Ladylloberts L1YnObrls LadyIloberts
lloberts In response to the cheering cheerlnl for the tholatter th thlater thelatter
latter later Lord INr Itolerts loltg sail pnl that I Lady xdy HobcrU HobcrUvas 10berti Itobertswas
vas 18 perhaps perhps ding dlnl better t tC work for them nt nthome athence
home 11011 In II helping helplnl the Ih welfare of their theirwtvtes wlvos wlvt nnl nnlchildren nn1chlllren nntchildren
children childrenTho chlllren chlllrenTho childrenThu
Tho British Drilsh burled fourteen fourtten Doers yesterday yesterdaywho yestrday yestrdaywho yesterdaywho
who were killed kllo1 In 11 the fighting fiht at t Koodocs Koodocsbere Roolopsb Koosloseberg
berg b rl The expedition IIPeJlton to that tInes Ince prevented preventeda NInlled NInlleda
a projected rroJeclealocr liocr attack ntnck upon upn the ti HrltUh rlth com communications communlcntions coinmunleatlons ¬
munications liotweon hero and Inslln InsllnMOCDRK Enln Enln310DDF1 Enslin310DDPIu
MOCDRK 310DDF1 HIVEB lIVER Feb 11 1Twphn 1lTwlvo Twnlvo hundred hundredwhites hundn1hle8 hundretwhites
whites hle8 who ho nro loyal to the tl Ilrltlsh IrltlRh have loft loftliarkly lof loftltarkly
liarkly larkl Wo Wct Vtbt t Capo Ca o Colony Cololr owing owlnl to the de destruction lieIrltlon tIestruction ¬
struction Irltlon of their property by the Colonial ColonialDutch Colonlnlnuteh ColonialDutch
Dutch rcjlcats resl ent eats The ho Uoers laers had made no noattack noatack noattackon
attack atack attackon on them themOen thpnlOln themcen
Oen Oln Uobcrtshas lobcrls lnberts has promised Nom Ised the th press ts eorro eorrospoiidont erre erreI eorrosiottient
spoiidont I > Ilunl hero that they will fl have complete completefreedom romllele romlleleIrlllom completefreelorn
freedom Irlllom of action n llon In sending seniln their reports reportsIoxnov ropor roporIostos reportsFeb
Ioxnov Iostos Feb rlb 12 ITho Tho War Wfl Office Ofce Issued 1 8Iela 8Ielahnrt a ashort ashort
short list 18t of casualties Cr Hllth this morning morlli It shows showsthat eluowthat hRthnt
that ten tlU Highlanders hlanlr8 wore wounded In tha thalighting thGnhtlu thalIghting
lighting at Koodoesbow 100OI8Ilr on Feb 10 At Hens Hensburs IcnK IcnKIlurl lienslurg
burs Ilurl on Feb 0 one oln Australian 1 tralnn was killed klel and andflvu andfo andflyti
flvu fo others wcru wounded oludld tils tlx Tanmnulaaa Tanmnulaaaaro Tndmlullls I Iaro
aro missing missingttKiciisTAa ml mIssingEEICITt lnl lnllllICflTH
ttKiciisTAa lllICflTH j JII JJI15W > > crrisf tj < SAMOA SAMOAPrmlrtent IIJIUf IIJIUfrrlldent I IProsidcnt
Prmlrtent nt 0 lniiOrmttn Cnlnn Rrcrrts Rrcrrtsttii nrh nrhtl IleretIt
ttii tl It Cfnnlou nf n Tululln Tutull to Ui UiFptcial CIepal U Upetal
petal epal CMi c t l IIp 1tepifrt > ntxite to Tiie TI flc flcnsniis RN RNnnnLtS StsflnnLl
nsniis nnnLtS Feb II eb 12Tho 1 12 The llijlchstag lehstll tony tonyagreed tonynlrpel tolayngreei
agreed nlrpel to the llrst lnt and second rending ronclnl of tha thaagreement tht thtnaremtnt tli tliagreement
agreement naremtnt between Ltlell Germany Olrlany England lnRlant and andthe nnflth antIthe
the th < Iulted States Stnte In rcleroneo rorornco to the th partition partitionof parlton parltonof partitionofamoa I
of ofamoa ofamoalurlng tfamoa tfamoaDuring amoa amoaurln
During urln tho debate reb3to Count von Iluelow the tlioMlnUter theMinister
Minister 31111 IH of Foreign Aflatra AIairs stated slntet that tti ttiUaltpdStata tbUolrt the theUnIted I
UaltpdStata Uolrt UnIted ttate lat J had h a thrown thrwn no difficulties IlfcullR In the thoray Ihna theray
ray a of an ugromnent Ilruornt and the Ih German GNCan and andAmerican nnt endAmerican
American Amlrcnn Commissioner Commls lolu had worked lokl1 together togethtrharmoniously tOlethfr togetherIiiirmnnlouly
harmoniously hlrmonlouly He e added IMt that the ncqulMtlon ncqulMtlonof nCul llon I
of Hutnnnn HaQOBn territory torrtorl would oulJ bo of great Ireat material materialvalue mllrial mllrialvauo waWrlalvalue
value to German Germnl enmmerc enmmercHerr comrlrc comrlrcIMr eimtflflrCherr
Herr IMr Hasse J the 1renMtnt lflltnt of orh the < PanGerman PanGermanUnion PnnGlrman PanGermantaton
Union tnlon also spoke Amons Amon mon other things thhl18 ho hosaid hosall hosaul
said sall that he regretted r to tho Ih cession Cl sleu of the tle Uland Ulandof ulad uladof
of Tutuila rntula to the United Unled States StatesFKKVCI 8lnlolICCIl StatesIIIENCfl
Its It Campaign mpalln Agiilnut llllll tlm tl tie Clergymen Sal Saltnlned 8 8tnln1 Sostalnril
tnlned by the UI Dcpittlts Dcpittltsffdil Deplt Depltrd1 DeputlcsFyciS
ffdil rd1 IaUt aSh bi t Itpik > tirnc I Ct oTnc T Tl Sa SaPART 8t SOi SOiPART
PART Feb eb12ln 12In the I harnberof < hnJblrof Deputies Dopntlestoday Dpltri Dpltritolar Deputiestolay
Wnldeoknoun Walticik flousau Introduced Introduceda 11
today Premier Rll knouHul au Intrluc
a till In giving ihlll the Ih Governmentaddltlonal GtrnmpntaldIUonnl powers powersover rwers rwersOYH powersover I
The members of ofthe ofthe
over tho refractory rofr ctory clergy clerS7 Tht Jlmbcr t
the th Loft applauded nlplnudll tho Introduction Intrtucton of this thIsmeasure j jmeasure Imeasurl
measure measurl and withdrew wlhllrew an ni Interpellation Inlorpolaton that thathad i ihad I
had hat been bln mails malI on 01 oh tho subject 1ject by the Leftists Ift81 LeftistsThereupon I IThereupon
Thereupon Thlrnalon M I Paul de a d Cassagnac C alnar ren r renowol nAwollhe nAwollheInt wod the theInterpellation theInt
Interpellation Int ° rrcllton rpeiiatiOn and nlJ moved looJ that It bn 10 adopted adoptedbutonavots Itor adoptedhu > d dbut
butonavots but hu on a VOtt3 011 th Ihp Government Gornmelt scoured nearly nearlyone nrlrly nrlrlyone reitriyone
one hundred hllllrt majority maJnlty In spite srlt ot this Ihl strong strongvote strnl strongvote
vote ote It IH believed 1 IIed that tlt the Government Oov rnmenl ban bl om ombarkeJou ombarked embarked
barkeJou barked ou a dangerous policy vlcy In attacking alneklna tho thoclergy thoclenrr thecleriry
clergy clergyPremier clenrrlcmlr clerirylremier
Premier lcmlr WalJockliousseau Waldoknou nui bill bi which U Uaimed I IIlntlt Isainnd
aimed Ilntlt at church dlgnltailos llnlaJ0 who Insult mom members mOII mOIIbers mombore ¬
bers of the Cabinet provides pfICs that the offenders offendersmay nifuntlerimay
may bs b Imprisoned Imrlont for terms of from trw three threamonths thrc10nths threemonths
months 10nths to two years yearsijuirs rearsIun yearsQUlEX
ijuirs Iun 3iAV JU r co O TO s SAN v REJIG REJIGHer mJo mJoIrr ZFIOITrr
Her Irr health Iealh Said I to Hnvo Invl Iteen Affected by bytli byto bythe
tli to the Ilrltlsh KflvrMfS KflvrMfSFprHttl 1r Iteve rats ratsrptiaI t teprral
FprHttl eprral Cabs Cab ffwitch pl la Ins Tor flVS flVSrAm Rt StsPris
rAm rt Feb r b 12 l 12The The Thl latest Intlst French Freloh theory theorln theorlnr la laregard inregari
regard r lnr1 to th thl lbs visit ti If Han n Rnmo Italy IIJ of the thelit th th1t thisitt
lit 1t Hon 8lr tlr ir 11 I J Mon 310non on the Krlllsh Irltl8h Am Ambu Amba81lar Ambatsatlor
bu ba81lar batsatlor ftador to France In I that thlt It was owing wln to the thepnvctit Iho1rlovt theproCut
pnvctit 1rlovt condition condiion of tho Queens loels health It I It ItfM hntr Iscall
fM ntr that her Majesty Is II suffering uaernl from deproa deproadlon tlepreueaTon Iplro IplroIon
eaTon Ion caused ealsd by the Ilrltlsh Irl16h revercojiln rever reverscs ot In South BouthAlrici HouthAlric1 SouthAiriet
Alrici and Ind It was W thoucht tholcht that tha a trip to a awarmer aarmpr avarnter
warmer climate elmnl would wOIII have beneficial lontnclll results resultsSinlatsr NSUaS reeutsSinIst3r
Sinlatsr Sllstsr reports woro wto In circulation cr ulnton that Iha the theanarchists th8nnnrchtlta theanarehIst
anarchists nnnrchtlta would 0111 attempt nlpllPt to ncsassnatn nssaMlnltH the theQueen IheQIn theQueen
Queen QIn and for that reason I non Mr r Monson Monlol want wnntpersonally wantitritiinli nt nt1rdolnl
personally 1rdolnl to find nll out whether It would woull bo safe aafofor lall lallfor safefor
for her lie MaJiMty IuJe ty tu mako the th trip tripKSIIKlllllti tripIl trIpII
Il II FH I4z KSIIKlllllti JIIW1 itiiiou RECEPTION RECEPTIONIesatlnns IncPIrO IncPIrO1Inttols 1LCJITIofogntlntie
Iesatlnns 1Inttols NntlOil NotO That Thlt Kwnneiu afnlal Will W lie lierrlvn I Iteroivo
rrlvn Iv ns n Uiiuil CIII on Prh I til tilFricial u urt1 19crei
Fricial crei rt1 zI CMt Ibr rtpiefi p cl I Tun Tie SLX SLXPEKIX Rc RcrtKI SiJrggi
PEKIX Feb 12Tho TsungllYamen Tsunal tnmn has hasnotified hunOli hasnotifleI
notified nOli ot tho various arlols legation 1laronJ hero that tho thoEmperor thoEmpcrr theEmperor
Emperor Empcrr Kwangsu 1nnl 1 will vl hold the th usual 101 diplo diplomatic Ilro Ilromll tlip tliptniith ¬
Feb 10 This IB interpreted interpretedns
matic mll reception reelplol on I Isluhrplt11 Isluhrplt11a
ns a 11 1 manifestation mlnllllatol of n desire oe lr to produce Ndlc a I re reassuring rt rtaeslirin
assuring effect after IUIr tho Ih rpcent reports eon eoncoriilnir ron ronetllll conearitinir
coriilnir etllll the 11t Itel foreol fnrlr1 abdlcailon nbl nlnl of the th Emperor Empomrend Emperorjiuti
end 1111 the appointment nJPOlnllnnt niip intitnt of his successor UCC 90r by the theEmpruJs tht lie lieEnipris
EmpruJs lDPr s Dowager DowagerIxUiuprcis Vwnlor VwnlorxIIre Iioengor1xUitiprca
IxUiuprcis xIIre ingenln lllnen lllnenritM Illen Illenpal 1llticsP4I
pal CaMe rupoA In n Tu Tit Bu BuIII11Ieb Buzs BuzsItti
ritM III11Ieb Fob 12Th eiEmprosi txFmprIii Eugenie EugenieIs ru6nle ru6nleh
city ciy Is seriously rerlonlh III i at the tl Continental ClnUnCntnl Hotel Iotelln In this thiscity thisciy thiscity
OtWA TICK 11tIW1 2IrKrls FI S STOTI STOTIAVIIllnnn STOLLWllnlu srorix srorixWilliams
AVIIllnnn Wllnlu Had Six I Mcnson HInn Honks nOlk and nnl Wan Wanrrililllng We WePrahillng n8 n8Irhlll
rrililllng Irhlll Them Th1 In Sertmits SertmitsClinton fnll fnllClnton SavtttsClinton
Clinton Clnton Williams olCM a 1 negro Mlf butcr employed 11oyed 11oyedly employedhr rrpoyedbyMr
byMr hr 3Ir Mrs Sarah Ralh J Siiwjnr tIIHP of 15H 1 Miillson 11I on ave avenun nI ttvetilt
nun ly tilt win I nrrestfM Irr811 la inC t night for or stealing tlllnl six sixsi sixslIaori Ix
si 11 8 slIaori > a on books 1Jk of opita tiekr tckol tiekntt > > Ironi Iro 1 his hl in inplnynr 1 mtittyti
plnynr lu u I tit nr r ucluhborhood HUWIH II I lit Wlo wits peddling IpI petit < III I i ii ii tho I ho tlckits tlcktln t toservnnla toservnnlau to SerIIH SerIIHn sorva ii is islu
tIre 3Ir rnlmers Iotlrs Nninttintlun Smtmtlll Confirmed ConOrmt11 With WithWASIIIVOTON Wih Wihont Vtthcult ¬
ont I nrruI ftferciiaiVAstlTcoTn I IW
WASIIIVOTON W IS0TMI Feh Id 12The Sennit lnlt In ex executive oxecuthyt X XNltIY ¬
ecutive NltIY siiIn > 4suR Iun as a courtosy tu tl hornex tier sex J ron rontlrnuil Ion IonIml1 coni
tlrnuil Iml1 i ru I th tl t ii nomtiuilnn n in ii 1 Ifl of Mrs Ir I ra Potter Iotr lot ter Pulpier PulpierwithnMt Tnlmlr Tnlmlrwltl1 rd to or orwithiItt
withnMt i h formality ftt tnalltv of reiercne rI reierrt to Il ii ihn thl 11 < iii iiimltteo auiEta
wltl1 mltteo Eta it ttC cu Intfrnatlnniil I ntrrII111 fiti rrtatituitl lixiuviions lxtt I tOfl to which whichtho whlcl sv hleht hlehttIi
tho tIi other nomination uomltnlCllR VT r seul seulArrested eotfreetaii oul
Arrested 1 Whlln 1 Trying frln to Cnsli nh n a Iurueil IurueilClierh ioruahitiiis
Clierh ClierhItTFAto Chk ChklafrAtn itiiisltrFlo
ItTFAto Feb 1 IJ William lllam Polk 101 Tr rn rniirrtted wenrratel 0 0ho I
iirrtted ho today toI whllo whlc trying Irrlua ti t cash ea h a aelierk I asiietic
elierk lI to t 0 whteli wht l Mayor Ma llror yor Onrail OnC1 Cn rat I Dlnhlit llohI Ihl s ramo ramohud ramohll r aiiio aiiiohtitti
hud hll lien forge rorlll forgeh < ll I It cam am hnri hf ii ii yesirdir yesirdirand yostsrI irI irItl y ya
and a a i aumd tlio t lit announcement an nnu leech nt to t hit > made InI fli 5 Ii that thathn Ilar Ilarh I hiatlit
hn h lit was wa making tl a seitreh Irh for flr a Wfakmlniled Wfakmlniledbrother wnkmloh1Lrnthtr svonknuinttaibrother
brother fir wh wh e recovry he h hit ollered oiTar lprpll t 11 I re reward r rr1 rewirh I I
ward r1 ot fiK 5at lie I Ii sac n > ho hls Is a I hon on of Dr lr Will Wil
lam Polk of 7 jEls Has Thlrtyhlxih street Irctrnrk Nnu NnuYork NttYork
York city Cll and nl1 nophew of Mrs Irs Slayton HllJton of lt 7 7lliimllloii 7Ilmlloulynl 7I
lliimllloii Ilmlloulynl I iii in iioii iivenue Htapleton Hlnlleton t4ta ideton Staten tafen Island IslandSI 1lall 1lalla I sIauihCt
SI Hattie Ulln Hint HII no Mlnutm Unlt1 lhnuta In rinrlniiatl Clnrlnnnt via viaIViinylrnnlii vi vi1lnlwllh viaIeniiylviutlts
IViinylrnnlii 1lnlwllh a Knllrnnil KnllrnnilOrer UnlrllI UnlrllIOvr Itsihirtoatier
Orer Adt Ovr er an 81 hour iborttr Ibore tttn tLII via Ia tuy r other l bl > route routeAdt roat
sivt st i Kin Mi ti si snr 11 Ii tioinii 101111 SHOT SHOTSim stIorMr HJT HJTr
Sim r Hnfftil lfh1 Kurt fnrl Tluit Thlt lhi Il lit < toilets Ilnlch Wern WHI Not NotLKXIMITOV NotI NotFireti
Fireti I fI Irll lro in tl I han 1lIlh E aeai I a InlIII InlIIItII I Iii I I ii lug luglEX1ctITiCN
LKXIMITOV tII ITrl Ky 1 1eb 01 I1 12Mrs Mrs Amelia AmeliaIlrowder Amelialiroviier mola molalrowlr
Ilrowder lrowlr KalTel Snicl widow r 01 > f Will Wil H HafTol nlol Jr Jrwho Jrwho Jrwho
who kiMipsn koyi n boarding LOrrflm house hou in Frankfort Ifuktort on onllroadwuy onlrnadlV4Y onhtraeadvLy
llroadwuy lrnadlV4Y near tim CapItol CIIltll Bauare Rlllnr said lll to tonluht tonlrht tonithat
nluht nlrht that IhllhoJuu shnwltiiussed sl1 the tll jhootlngof ahl tllllf Senator SenatorWllltiim Slullor SlullorWlllt SentiiorViliiutni
Wllltiim Wlllt loebol o 0ll8 1 In the ti Stats House Inut yard lrd en the thomorning IhomMnll themorning
morning mMnll ol Jan TO Slue Hhl hail hii I been loln nskcil by byCol LyCol byCnh
Col lInger Inler D I Williams Wllr lt of f the Beeond llogl lloglmcnt 111 111m lkgimerit
merit m nt Kentucky Ipnluly Ktaloduard HtClo Shale Uunrll to 10 furnish turlh boiird boiirdforsovernloillcersof blurll blurlltor bnrtlfor
forsovernloillcersof for Ruternl oilcrrl oihlocrs ot hU hi regiment rellment who wore woracoming werocomlnl worecoming
coming comlnl to Frankort Frlk1ort tihe hie had hl1 started to go 10 to tohlsoincoto toliii
hlsoincoto 11 liii ofcu omcu 10 toll tol him hIm what Wlit she would woulIlo do In tho thomutter thomltor themutter
mutter mutterImmediately mltor mltorImmolntelr mutterImmediately
Immediately Immolntelr after entering cnl rnl the enclosure encinsuroshe encinsuroshewas she shewaspassod he heWM
waspassod WM rn passed cl by y Senator Sennlo Ooobel 000 bel who tipped hi hihat his hishot hIshat
hat to tl her Ho l1 turned tlm1 to tho right rlaht nf the thnfountain thAfountain thefountain
fountain while whlo she 1 turned toward 10lor1 the left leftJust IpftJat leftJest
Just as I Mr Ir Goebel Uobel was wa about opposite oII lo ho Ihotouotoln hofountain huefountain
fountain clue ho says 80YI she saw w a man tnl who was waswalking Wt waswalking
walking w lklnl a short distance 11llnco behind him poll polla 111
a I Pbtol and shoot sloot him In thin 110 loft side sideHo slle sllelflt1 sideIII
Ho handled lflt1 the revolver rlolpr with hU hIl left 1flt hand handand hnn1onl haniccl
and iht th report ort was followed tlol p1 l ty > y a email emailamount smalloticount IBI
amount Illount ol au thin white vhln nomke Hl1kp Bh Rho saw sawihn 8n 8nth cayth
ihn th man mln nm nm I to tt thn thl Htnto House Iou t enter th Ih1Ilnl the thetulihlng
building 1Ilnl and thn Ih1 romo romt om and ao totha tothawoumled lolht to the thevoun1ad
woumled oun1lllan man bha tht tie nays 1 Ilph 1pl 01 Llllard 1lllrl IO whom whomsin uliniicit hom
sin h know vntcred thn th lao Stuto Ittn Housu HouRI a few fewzncmieiits feI fewmoniont
zncmieiits mouulhlforo before the Ih man mln who did thu th tl shooting shootingreached sttootiiugrenehii hoolll
reached rnoht1 the te steps tIP lh Shx Sh dl dli 11 < l not 10t know tho man manvho mal manwho
who ho flrod frtl tha thI tli eliot but Iris given 1101 a gi gooi gooidaeerIition > l lInscription Ir
Inscription r crllllm of 0 him hIm to tiov 101 bC Taylor who I has hasnlso hn hnII hintiito
nlso II O it I lull 11 written wIIII1 htalIIlt statement from her II r as 1 well wnllus wnl wellas
us MOlO one fiom l0 acomtnerelnl neommpr 111 traveller Irnwl trnvtilertind rllJ anJ anothor anothorwoman nluthor nluthorman aiiothwrwoman
woman man who hI saw ow w tie oeeurrenei oeeurreneiThn oclrrn
Thn h commercial eUlmorell1 traveller Irler does not live II In
Frankfort Fflkfort but blt gons aOM ne there once a week while whllntlm whll whilethia
tlm th other woman mnn Is t to n resident rhlpll of thn Ihl capital
nM In commenting Cmmtnlnl on 01 the shooting 8hothll Mrs Irl naffcl naffclnM Male Maletlll
nMI I know than shot Ihot which followed tolow1 William Wllnm W Iilinm
Onobel 00111 flnob l was a not tired nr 1 from Iror from the Executive Expcutvl Executiveiitiidlng
lliilldlng 111dlnl It I was IR fired 11 1 by u IIrun man I wliohtixid ho 1 J I on
hU hll left ft side sitl ilt I have Men a lily lil rifiiiod r > to tell tellthis tll tellthis
this thl to any nlY newspaper leWJJr man U31 ns RI novo Taylor Tnylo and andother In1 In1other antiother
other lawyers InIIIr say 3Y I ought Ollh nut lut to tell 111 It at lt thii thiitime thl1tlm thiiCl
time tlm Cl mu
timeMy muiy My iy statement Is I fully fulr corroborated by tho thotwo tho1m theother
two 1m other wi vi nesses and a Gov Taylor 1 lor has hnsnil h hasnil 8 8ni
nil ni three Ihf of If them tWI them In II his hil po IJ8 ltseiitoti setloti I < he le knows klOWI knowsjust
just UAt what whit wn 1 know knlI He 18 eaie MI i s ho 10 will williw III IIII willlist
iw I > thou thlMI slntements nt tho proper Ilroplr tlmJ tim
I am afraid my m telllnu 111101 what I know knw about nblt the thaBhxit theIhltn theeiluost
Bhxit Ihltn ng n of Mr Ir Uoeb Uobl wld wil get Ilt inn m Into all allkl allki
kl tls d nf i trouble At the Ih tuna Gnv Ow Taylor Taylortlunlcs T Taiurtltints lnr lnrIhllk ni
tlunlcs Ihllk prorer I shall hli tell 11 all ni tm about tho killing killingor kilnl killingor
or Qodbdl Ooobui In th thA meantime ml1ntmA you can say Mn that thatthe Ihl iliaCthe
the t hot which killed kllp1 him hli was a not It llreufrom llreufromthn trel urea tron front frontthe
the Executive xoulll Hulldlnir HulldlnirMrs I ltuiltihnizMrs u 111 n
Mrs 311 MatTel ltllal niHiislmllarBtntementfitonfpre niHiislmllarBtntementfitonfpresentatlvo malta slmtnrBlnlpmNlt eineilarstntomcntsto I to npnre flenro flenrontativo
sentatlvo OnIRII 1 11 I Head HNII of Allen In county COUl nnd to
LIlit Iput Ward Wlld of thn rioeond t onlllpllnlnt lleslment She re rt roIterated
Iterated Ilerlt 1 tho 1u thuete > o slateincnts atclnl In tho ho presence lr lni of 01HIII
llepresentailve lined HIII an anti > l Sorgeantatrm8 Sorgeantatrm8pm rlonllltrm8 rlonllltrm8pru
pm tern Ciii K I M 1 teoll Ctcl tonIght tohhl Mrs Ir MatTe soffeii soffeiiMatonuMits i itatQrii
MatonuMits tatplll tatQrii it ti nnd Inll Hinsn I of thn t it two IWf t wa other iUI1 wit witnesses wl wi I Iflosss ¬
nesses nFI nr lrA lire regiirled rllrh1 by Gov 01 11 Taylor and thn thnhKher thnhlhr tholighr
hKher oftVnrs of the Ih mllltla truthful
hlhr mlii ns tnlthlil and andthe 0111 0111I antiI
the I h ha I u holoniattnr huh matlr flintier will wil b be brought Lroufht out olt within
the tlt next ne3t few days daysror tIasTior Ial IalTIOr
Tnrndp rlrnr the 11 Strcits With Tines llnl and Rlt Refute Jlofiucto
to I 0 KntiT 1IIr Itit ar Srlinnl Irhool Shi not on Llllnll Lincat Iliicolnn a a Itlrllida ItlrllidaTnny Ilrthln7 Ilrthln7Tn1 Ii lvi liii n nTnnr
Tnny Tn1 Feb Ftl 12 I 12At At n reeent r nt rnotlng mottnl of the thnSchool IhnRehool theReboot
School Hoard Uoullt It was wn decided that tho thi tmbllfl tmbllflschools Illblo Illblohools linbhloschools
schools hools shouM not ho closed eloic today toclr nor en enWashington Cn onaihIngtonj
Washington W hnllon DlrtlHay IlrlldlY The Tii High lh fchuol Is Isheld IshJ
held hJ in the thl flty ciy Ity Hnll Ihl as n a now nw buffllng LI Jnlli l ie being belncercctd beln belnorect1 beingerectth
ercctd orect1 At the hour for lo shaM his Ihl morning morningall mornlll
all 11 of the tht pupils t111 about nLolllwo two hundred hlnlr d and fifty tlty In InnumberawmbVd In11DleraoD inIn
numberawmbVd 11DleraoD 11 In front of the ti building bulJIl1 and andater nndntlr rindaterri
ater ntlr a short conforencnlt oufcrne lt was wit decided tostorlk tostorlkagainst 10 stank storlkIlalnst stankagainst
against Ilalnst the notion ncHol of tho th School Mlnl liiard Jnrll and ro rofu roo rootl noto
fu tl to attend ntrn1 the th school Plhfo1 Tho Th truths Illllb wont to tori torishine ft ftstore 1
store near by svured ure1 American Hags Ini Mlvotoil MlvotoilPreildnnt MIctclllr aekctedlresiient
Preildnnt lr llnlt Thlnbolf of the third yearclass M MIpiulernnd 0 0Ienn asIoailernnth
Ipiulernnd Ienn rarnded lard1 nhoutthf principal llellalstrell llellalstrellshallnl street streetshouting streetsshoutIng
shouting shallnl th thtir lr denunclfitlons 11nIICI lln of the School Schoollloird trhoal trhoalI101rI tehnolllorl
lloird and nnc rro rrlnhnlnl yrolaltning lalmlne liberty lb rty as IS their theirwutehvij Ihelrw theirwstchw1
wutehvij w tehw l Altif Atvr marching mnrlhll About holt the th sttvotd sttvotdf stctIr stretefrr
f Ir r a time tmo they assembled nMpmblet In front tlmt of thc City CityHull CIY CIty11th
Hull 111 a Id d Prenllent rr Illnl Thlebolt Thl o mounted lounlol tho front fronttteju Ironttell frontstole
stole tell and anllelv dcllwred flln an adclres aIf Ho 10 said saidWo sll sllWe saltiVo
Wo have assembled a8SIIUhld here hlr to protest against againston nllinst nllinston
on > of tho greatest outrages oltrazo thin has li ever er been beenporrctrutttd b beenpnrpetrutaol en enrrrctrat1
porrctrutttd epon < pon pn Ameriean Amr thil LIIlrn LlIulnn > lrn fircat fircatiiSPlnuel lrcn lrcntt
iiSPlnuel 11IIU tt plnue The TI Ti raujnrltv rljnrllv of if our SohoiIlIoarJ SohoiIlIoarJlife Sohol oho 1 Iliar IliartI 1or1 nrn
life 11 tI otoflr linrlyiiiihlnu iinply IIthlnl fl tthlng n liners fJ They The have at I
tfinptel tlltl1 to I deprive c alapniv orl us of o two of the Ih greatest t
h illdayslnho 111111 t liii ye In Ip year Iar ealeiulnrMneolnsnnd ealunla UIIlorJln r I tnol olll n s nn ant antashiugtoa
V IIhllltOO t hlngtuB s lilrthhiVH Noothnr n otter school In tho
lent Iltnllut butourn but nuns lt I Is > elosud 11t > O today and we are herd hen
to tOlnllr trtentarotr enter our solemn fmn proton against tho out outnew outrlIu nutriiu
new Wo o bclleVH b llYH in IlIlIhrty liberty and cbject to C have havenf
lap lnourlccalrlght nf our local rights taken away by ttyiin an arbltrar arbltrarteFiool IIrbltrarc arbltrarsrlaonl
teFiool c 1001 boiirl Iliecin i At t this time It Is IsIMtpr I islLoler
IMtpr that w W113 we pass ass i a resolution condemning Iorltemnlntn I
In 11 n the II hi nrst immMasured ullma < lIrt1 term tt riua the lie action o oJ
tli < School Hoarl HoarlThj HoorThO ItortTe
Thj resolution was adopfnd nmld IIml grmt grmtshouting grivltshouting
shouting and 1I11llh thn ho waving or 0 Hags V hlo this thuwnsuoinvron thlal1 thisWiltS
wnsuoinvron l1 WiltS Iainl gn on the Ih teachers of thn Cii school were worontthu wereat tf tfnt I
ntthu nt Ih thn windows an onlIIlr1lo1J I eniuuragid tli > pupils 1 in I
their tll lr denun denerostrathon tratlf > n It wa < observed that thatno thlltno thatnot1tg
no not1tg flig was a Hying from th thus staff over tho City
nail f It tho toys Ilo s mounted th hi < fountitlns In I
front fr nt of thn dull Iulllln line and desorated lc orate1 thn fount fountains fuuntIlns fountnina ¬
nina with Hags Un while thc great ilr nl crowd that had hadns IlodnenJINI lundnsomblod
ns nenJINI > OTibed choutnl approval Anothor con conjtatlon cnnMllntn coneeltatlon I
jtatlon eeltatlon was Va h luril dd by the stuJem su1e and they thnypisjed th01IoIS theyputstl
pisjed IoIS moro resolutions ciiadtfinnlng th the the14iirtol
Hhool tihlloll1nrl Hoard HK 1 I h lwn > D with wnrlncof wnIII < 01 Ibgsand Ibgsandmore lIals cal nn1more calmore
more shouts they lea the ncenu and went
homo hOlDoli1
vxniin li1 lm > Tilt stAvrn 1 COVTROC COVTROCThe CO coxrzwtThe TnOl TnOlThe
The Iilnnili of Oinin n llIm anti Tiitulln < so rinced rincedby rloedby llacrda
by a tlio lit rmldfiiln Order OrderWAsniNOTtiv OrtrWA OrderAti1cru1ts
WAsniNOTtiv WA Ati1cru1ts nllT Fish 12 1Tho Tho Presldont rre lunl has Is Issued Isupd issued ¬
sued an cxnLiitlvo orion lacing under the Ih nil ndminlstrntloa nilmlllilltrntion nilmInIstratIon
minlstrntloa o nI ilm Assistant A IRlant Secretary Icr tf of tho thoNuvy Ihaar tii tiiNutay
Nuvy ar tho governmental IlO 1 rn mental affairs of oflhe tho Mandsot MandsotGuam 1lnnlloorlJlilim hlanilsofGamin
Guam and Rill Tuulh utulh alit tho cnrn of tho naval navalctntlons nnmltntlrJlla navaltntIons
ctntlons of Canltt Honolulu havana ond Hun HunJinn lIn lInJlun inJuin
Jinn Assistant htlllll 8 Scretnry cretary Allen will by the theterms therm theiruns
terms rm of th artier bo charged with tho th duty of ofsupervising ofsupervising
supervising 8ul > tfIltu th the business of nay n other Island Islandor IslanIInr
or stations outsIde the limits of thn Cii United UnitedHtntes Unlt1Int tlnItetlbttts
Htntes Int eontlnnnt which may be > placed 11Ip1 in the thncarp I Ienr ienroot
carp enr enroot < of naval ofllcors ol1c rs Wlththoconsentandlt WlththoconsentandltIH Wllh Ih the con consent nt and It itlit I
IH understood un Jr < lool at tho tta sugije sttggetltr > tli IIf1U > n of Secretary SecretaryLong H tPirelitryLong rltnrY rltnrYLonll
Long Assistant Secretary Allen will have the thoson theso
son 00 conduct of the Ih affairs o 01 the Islands 1 and andstations entllatfllns antIiatatllis
stations In all clatters which do 11 not re r reaulre < aulrn tlm tlmdetormlnatlnn I hn hn11lIlnlllll1o lieihetornulnatlna
detormlnatlnn of the President lrp8i > lmH Thn Flit action of ofthe ottli ofthe
the tli President Is t regarded rllardlclln In naval vlreles iw I a airroit aIrroat inlotion
irroit honor I llor tu It llmadmliilBtritivnablilly tll I lit ndm IIlalrlIvltllty ot Mr Mrtaking r j jAn
AIII AIIIorllr An order Inking Ink In ovur cl r Tiitulln and thn Ih smaller smallerailjnoent smallernijacent
ailjnoent 111 Ilepnt Inliuids to tim Snnioan grmp rII tn > n thflnl thflnltntl thnlt thstjnitttI
tntl t Suites 1111 hits hll lion signed liy i th < Pr 1H lr4hirnt < ldent nt
but Lu t the t iii n nIV iv Governor I 0 n 01 who v ho will willi l it < a tinviil a oid 1 nfi nficer omcr nfltcer
cer has not been sileund IIn1 and nll1111 vvll not bn b until untilrrrtnln untilrlrtnln untilC
rrrtnln C rt ii I ii Infnrnialon in tornia ion us II to tt the Ito Htutus tlllI of thn thllI1lall t hita hitatavnouiu
Hainoan lI1lall partlf nrlllolllrly on treaty has ti 11111 < n rreelveil by
ttii C t Nnvv Kinirlmeiit 1IIIIIfIIllIIIIIom I 1 iran mtit Inim I rrn thu lit Suite 1111 I it tt l IIttlirl IIttlirlmnt > epnrt I Immit I
intuit S HrdMI > eretiry Iinu I Ion nj Is very n favorably din dini iii iiito 11 11I
i oil to Comiimnder heaton ntn Hchroelor throI r for tho
ilovernorshlp I aiul does not hesitate to say I BI II > i
LIII tho ho tiMmitii seleeilon IlIon will In > left It with Aii AiisKtunt s stItilit
sKtunt Sncreuiry tertlIry Allen who liiisn lIall nM inulBup 1111 tip I Ihi
httmlnd hlmlll111I hi i in i a ii In the tI matter a in t r aUnough ati a l1oullh n It Itnlploroln I t appears rippete re tune tuneeertnln it h hcrtnln ha hacrtiuhii
eertnln that li < will III designate pOlllnl iommnnier LnmmrlCltrclrClnllr onlnirtner i
Schrondcr If thn latter expris xlr II iieiiro to o oIt I IKi
Ki It Tho Navy Nna nY v Dopiitmunt wll 1 It n UI t < i > ni Iltl to toana tnan tt ttlanri
lanri ana an 0 Any nfflpir to chime thi post oft 01 incur tlnlrpcJr i inor
nor of Tiiulia lalt Ii lri would M ItO lit > t I t ngrouai IIlIrolnllo IIlIrolnlloI1rt it ig reiaI lo A AKtvat Awrtat
Ktvat many mnn naval ll lnl dllnr are familiar with th ihiti ihitiii I
lIfo ii to nn nnIIollllIolI I eoiiiitlnti ntul t it ot at PncoPivo Iit c I a sic whiro I hr thn thnrniiitnl th thof t tin tineatitai
rniiitnl of thin new American A UHSIS I < PII will I
be loatinl 1 1 > thit nono of Diosi Iht null olllllIItlV olllllIItlVrfllHPlIln ttiitly ttiitlyeoinplHln litorlyeui
eoinplHln eui pn in if I r hn lii Ahou1 Phit t after fl ft e r telng tti 1111 it ui a RI > lned lnedon fl I I IOn
on his hl Ii it own nipllnttiin it ppl bttt t fl Iliid II a ii tint t Ia InIII I uo nliiio lag Is Ismf I In11 1
mf 0 it thn m 1001 t s I ili tisel > lrnbln rn bIn rotldeniM III tnclo Vllcloalll8 Ci do
Sams alll8 outlying tonlory IlfllloryfH eriltoryiiir
iiir fH ilt m MI SIV
Acae 111 gnp llnd ISenlen ltinuinhiisiIior UN > l hllr ler and nl Hir Iar Iliu Iliubnnd UII UIInll1 litali
bnnd li nll1 tail nud a ii ii fried to t u Kill 1 hi I lll I II I i < Mullioi MullioiVotistiKTows i1 t tlol tlolrOusnRTnw the a aYot3uiiirowN
VotistiKTows Old Fob 1 l2At At the itt all vllbee alllace 11 11la
bee la e of llulilianl last night a mother motherfired nlttherfri I
fired several Itra luillots 11I11I tll Into the holv of ofher othr ofhr
hr son on Inllctlng I nlict in I what u hnt it I is q beilnviI beilnviIwill lto it I Iwill I
will prove mortal wounds While 111 diunk It tink UI UIrier Errllr iirar
rier Agile tltcellIu became Involved In a < itiarrel with I Ihn IIII Ilii
hn III 4 Hlsr and kn kllI < Hk > < < hnrilnTii hr iita lmVIl ii nud nUo no her herhnsbaivl herhinbanh Ir Irh
hnsbaivl h 110 111 liavld Ilonr < lin 1 onr Himnlng 11III111lrJIllriio intoUi ilito Itl iiio vnrd vnrdfie vnlI or1 or1I
fie I it ynuliK run in hU haI jrvirhor 1 hsi 1 Jlrs lrM Aldmdi Aldmdiwho tIcIi IIIh It Itciio
who asrfed wlii whir > r his h nninr str tr Iiml eono lie 11 re ret r
t 11 ld tlutt h 111 1 tI not linnw Ii WOIV ii ow or care ei no Then Thenturning rh III n
turning p jg upon ttoti his ii I mothr he Ii tid fIJ 1 Im in colig coligt giIgkifi 11 11In
t In kill you nt it tin snm > timn titii knocking hr hrdown hDrtliSrt r I IIIOWII
down i iThemotlmr
Themotlmr Thee hp mOlhpr bnleving him III 11lInt ant to carry tint j jMs
Ms H Uireat I drown oIrw n levnivnr and n slit h lay la laIIII n nthe iit
the t hit Irolllll groun I tlri1 Ii at him hit iii SIte Hh tin II r I IIWII two t t iOiOt holn holnliolfliiu IICI IICIIrllltlllljC It Ithititihig
liolfliiu the th wt CIII ai Mi In her rluht lnnl and andwhii IIn IInwhu tat tatwhn
whii herwinnttfinpted hr Stan otlIIIIIl11 to wrun It from her herHII Irh iitrstat
HII stat h > shifted hftlllt It fuller II tt IIIr Ii r loft hand ha nil and llred lirt I twkti twll t w Iit I Irnnro Im Imore
more rnnroArfiit m moreAtua
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tile pi iittriietiil lIt1rll Illo to t th lilt scene entue tpy tho roporH rtJIJfJr of tho thoHlmiN thohnIM titoshout
shout Thn inarHhal pluced Agate under underuruat
uruat IIfI t Later aiwAldrlvh u illrMl vrannrrcsUdalto TIll nrraud also Ia 1
THIS l1I isiraiiTis isiraiiTisAn IJllOIIT7Jl IJ1POflTNTfrf2tTWN IJ1POflTNTfrf2tTWNAnEfftanto1lollatnto TlO TlOAnlUotl
An AnlUotl AnEfftanto1lollatnto 1ffort to tnOlIo Ha Sliulo lo A AiilinuAetlniiA o rnrmo rllarmoniiiitstetitit
iilinuAetlniiA Stcrrlii StcrrliiAlipolntrtl Ca II too to Un UnIIIolllt1I ItotttpoIntrti
Alipolntrtl to Prepare PrepareItCl ii 11111 rinaniat hi II uf ufrlhlntlulI ofTtrghahtatlon
ItCl rlhlntlulI > lntlon for that IteWinirn It 0 a Sriilnn SriilnnWAPIIINOTOX 8llInW ScailotiWAPliiNcvrox
WAPIIINOTOX W PIttlOTOl Feb eb 12 12A A caucus of tho He Hepuhllcun 11 11Ilihllcun lielublician
puhllcun Senators will bo hold on Wednesday Wednesdayprimarily Wldne ednesdayjiriniarily tsy tsyIrlmarl
primarily Irlmarl lor or the purpose of arranging for bar harmonious hnr1I10nlous barituoninus ¬
monious action with regard to the pending pendingHayIuuncofoto pendlniHnIounclitoto pendingltayIuuncufoto
HayIuuncofoto canal treaty anti tIIIl secondarily secondarilyto
to appoint a steering committee whoso duty It ItKhali Ithall itshuali
hall be to prepare a programme of 01lelt18bllonror legislation legislationfor
for the remainder of tho session sessionThings aes810nThlnlg sessionThings
Things are all at sixes and sevens ocn at present presentnnd prlsentnnd precentand
nnd Just JII t as tho lie Itopubllcan leaders thought thoughtthey thollthtth thouohtthey
they th y saw their way clear to disposing of Im ImIortant 1morlallt Itoontant
Iortant matters by practically unanimous unanimousactnn ac action neton ¬
ton alongcame long came thus th Administrations AiIm hiuistration treaty treatytaking IrlRIYtakhul treatytakliug
taking them all by busurpriso surprise and adding serious seriousIiorploxltles serioustorploxlties orlou8lort1Joxltl
Iiorploxltles s to the problem before them As Ashns tstins s stlM
tins moro than onco been Hinted In THIS SUMS SUMSdespatches Rus11t8palcho Strisilespetches
despatches It U n fact that a majority ot tho thoPonate thoFCllnfe theFenrato
Ponate are willing to accept the canal eannllrpRty eannllrpRtyjll treaty treatyjust treatyitst
just jll itst t as a It Htands and ratifying It without con coantdorlng Onftlorlnll conedcning
ntdorlng thoconsenueuoen Iho ho con conseiluelIees lluellr f It Is equally truo truothat truotllrJt truethat
that a large number of Senators < natoNlncludlna natoNlncludlnaAnmn Including Includingsomo Includingwine
wine of the hO ablest of both slabs of the ohotn ohotnber uhomblr uhamher
her now think after n weeks reflection re ellIon that thatIt
It would be b n vory ory serious mistake to ratify the thotreaty thetrtllty thetreaty
treaty in Its present shape and the members membersof momblrot
of the Foreign Halations Committee frankly franklyadmit rrllnklyollmlt franklyninuit
admit that the th question bf before foro thorn thomlll Is of tlio tliomost Ihomo lie liemost
most mo t serious nature and requires tho most mostcareful mo mostcareful t tcarlful
careful thought thoughtTho thou thnuhtJhic ht ht1he
Tho subcommittee consisting con lltlnll of Senators SenatorsPnvls 8JnntorsI1nvl SenatorsIhavis
Pnvls Lodso antI Morgan lorlfnnll have o had more than thanone titannUt
one meeting but hare proceeded nofutther nofuttherthan no tulthor tulthorthnll futthnorI
I than to listen to a carefully prepared prepared state statement statonlmt statetoont ¬
ment by b Senator Morgan giving his views vl < w8 ns nsto n9to asto
to the effect flrr et of tho treaty on tire construction constructionand
and ownership of the hue Nlenraguan Canal CanalThis ClInal1hl CanalIhii
This 1hl statement Is Of course oour e for lilt thoconfidential liltconJlJentlnl thioconiljerutnl
confidential use us of the comuilltoo but butn
n Senator nntor who has rend It pays tVS that while It Itshows It8how8 itshows
shows a wonderful knowledge tnowl llia of tho subject subjectand Ruhednnd subjectand
and IH tho result re ult of deep research It neverthe nevertheless navertholesg novertluelest ¬
less serves to show 8ho showthct that a Question Is presented presentedwhich prt preventedwhich olJtd olJtdwhich
which Is I woll ulllnlculotpllo calculated to make Senators even eventho eVInt eventhta
tho t hoo o who most enthusiastically applaud tho thonegotiation thoMllotlnllon thenegotiation
negotiation of the treaty pause fI II1 and reflect reflectTho rofleetTho reflectThe
Tho outandout opponents of tho ho treaty trentyalo trentyalomany give glvomany givemany
many reasons for tholr attitude attitudeTlioso nttltudeThoao attitudeThose
Those who are In a all general n fRl way favorable to toIt 10It toIt
It base their thelrcrltlclRm criticism chiefly on tho point that thatIt thntIt thatIt
It docs not give Irlv < the United lnll < 1 States itat tho power to toclose tocloie toclose
close the canal to hostile worships This Till Is I the thopoint IhopoInt thepoint
point too that thnlill Is chiefly chll dwelt rl I It upon In tho flood floodof floodot floodof
of criticisms crltlll m by the newspaper press the pub publlnhod rubIIRhod pubilehod
llnhod statements of men like Gov Roosevelt Iloosevoltand Joosoeltnnd Rooseveltand
and In tho correspondence of Senators from fromalmost tromnlmosl froinialmost
almost every State In the Iolon Ono Senator a aRepublican ntopubllcan iiRepublican
Republican who ho Is exceptionally Influential Influentialamong InJluentiRIamonll influentialamong
among his hi colleaguesnnd who has boon heODIUOloJ heODIUOloJa8 auotod auotodas
as favorable to tho treaty sail 1It today ten that Clue tliomorehostuclloil thomore Cluemore
morehostuclloil more hn ptulllo1 the subject tho lie more ho ha be became btCRme beCaine ¬
came convinced that In falling to secure for the thoUnited Ihelnlllll theLuulteul
United States absolute control of the cinnl at ntall atall
all times the Stato St1tlJclnrtrnlnt Department had hn overlooked overlookeda ocrl < Qkld Qkldn
a most Important point Ilolntllnd and ono that In hi hiopinion hilts hlKol hiltsoplnionantltluatofother
opinion ol oplnionantltluatofother > lnlon and that of other Senators Hen tors on onlJoth both botheldes botheldesof Mden Mdenot oldOiof
of the chamber robbed the lie Administration Administrationof A <
of what otherwise o might bo looked Jook 1 upon uponax uponilK uponas
ax what Its friend tire 83 s fond of calling eallln It a atrllllnnl 1lrl1llant abrilliant
trllllnnl diplomatic triumph This Senator Senatorsaid HenotosnlJ Senatorsaid
said moreover that it Is I apparent now that a amistake nml a ainletako
mistake ml llIko was V II made In not taking tnkl the mivlca of ofRepublican ofrpubllem ofItepublican
Republican Senators when hln thee treaty was wasbeing wnsheln washieIng
being heln negotiated l so that favorable action ot otthe otIh ofthe
the Ih Senate pnnt might Iallt have been sought In advance advanceAs
As It Is I tho lie party In tho Senate Is left In a aroeafuro alUeMuro ameasure
measure at sea on olllhl this allImportant question questionnnd llut8t1onnnl questionand
and the purpose of Wednesdays WOtlIlIMdll S caucus and andtlio antthe
the conference that will follow rollo Is to got gottogether IottOlother gottogotlier
together if possible on a programme of ofunited 01unltd ofunited
united party action actionWhile actionWhile actIonViiile
While It is generally admitted now that some someamendment nmoamendment someatetuidment
amendment Is necessity nocc sory to supply tho omls omlselan inelssttn > nlls nllsslon
elan with regard to the th absolute control of the thecaaal Ihocaaul thecanal
caaal at all times It Is I admitted n lllllllellllIIt < that It will be bemost beluuust
most difficult to frame tuclinn ueh nn amendment allllllIlmolltlnVI In Inview inieW
view VI ieW ot the necessity IIlce IIY of maintaining toni nutin hue the III t tia pro JrovIsion provision ro roIsion ¬
vision for neutrality and tli thll Its t rIUUslIH < < rlouHm > ss of otth otthtlt the thntusk thetask
tusk tlt k la I not underrated by I thu member of ofth afthp ofthe
th the Foreign Ilelatlons Committee C1II III lit Lees than thanthirty the
thirty Isolators can detent rutlilcatlon II Ibllr and andthis on onthl
thl this being so thn th Importance of acting a lIn with withextreme fllhexlromA 0ii 0iiextremE
extreme caution I istIIereflt apparent It U I not at all allIrobablf nilroLllbl allirobehl
Irobablf roLllbl that the Foreign Relations Commit Committ
t te > o will bo prepared to niiko a report rel > ort at tint thoregular II IIr tintreculur
regular r II1lar mooting on We WlllIe Seliieaiiy Seliieaiiyttuothinr Incdny IncdnyAnother J8Y J8YlIotbOr
Another most Important nueitlon that li to tobo 10IJ
bo IJ tj the subject of the th coufrenoe nnd perhaps perhapscf rhOIIIl rhOIIIlot
cf a rarty caucus Is I that contained In the ihomeasure themln themeasure
measure mln uro known ns the HannaPnyne n nnllII IIt Ship ShipSubsidy thlpHubfthlY ShIplIubsily
Subsidy bill The Ilepubllrans In both tho thoSenate th thHulmle tuetetuftte
Senate and Hounu are divided aa to iho ihoAdvisability tholIt hue hueitvisatjltuty
Advisability lIt of enacting tho measure measurethe rUlnSllrtho luensuretie
the tie oiposltlon to it from rena tho North Northwestern orlh orlhweltern nrthewestern
western States being beln especially r ro lnIlY strong Htrongand strongmiii IrenllanJ
and active ctlv Tho Kepubllcau Senator ubovti ubovtiauoted IIlIu IIlIuquolelt abuvatquoted
quoted with reference to the status ot ottn 01thIJ ofthe
tn the treaty in thehnite the tmh l unld today that It Is Isthat IInolV isnow
now Iraotlellly tldmUteu 011 allslel all sides that the thebill th thbill thebill
bill cnnuot bo passed at this Ihl session sl lon nnd that thatIt thatit I IIt
It will he h allowed to ton go over o r until after tha tha1resldentlal Iharp 113 113lresiilential
1resldentlal rp entlnl election rice Homue Commlttei Commltteion
on Commerce will whl 111 probably mitke n fnvoritblo fnvoritbloreport 10vomlonlort fnvceriibioreliant
report In u ftw days du nlthoucli Rom of Its Itsrrieinbnrs 11MnllmbeN ItsniettnbatN
rrieinbnrs Including tho the llwpubllvnna and andDmiioorats nndVI1OOflltS uerudIlonurnttrittie
Dmiioorats will oppose such aeilon An 11 cllnrt cllnrtwiii clforlwi elnr elnrall
wiii wi bo made ma In tit HOIIH Commltteo Uitfl rnltteo on In Intor Intorllllo InturLate
tor torllllo Uiteand 111111 Foreign CoinnHTCo tuogreo tu agree upmi upmia
a report rp rt at lu next Q XI meeting but as n at leant leantfour IpastrOllr leasttour
four of the th Hepuliliian Htpuhlll n member are stroiuly stroiulyopiosod stronorl stronorlo stroterlyopposed
opposed o loORod to C thin bill thero Is nut a lUttirlng lUttirlngprospect Itllltlfillilprupfet flatteringprospect
prospect of success successTho sticeesslb 1I C Cjh
Tho jh Philippines Committee Is about reaily reailyto
to report thee < HIKXIIKT bill III giving th this Presi President lr irsstdent I ¬
dent 11 lIt Hiipromo power owr until Congre onigrest shall shallotlierwlsn shrillotiterivisu hnllottcrwIM
otlierwlsn p nnI I itt which whle Is almost Cllmo t verbatim tlu tlulanaiiitgi thJInnolna thi thilarerritge
lanaiiitgi 01 thu ant pmHed at the tlmo tini o 01 tho thoLoinsliiiia thtLfIII Ii IiLoteislituta
Loinsliiiia LfIII lunll purchase l and thee report r lort will iII bn no noIlnpanled 11 11comralilpll iwetinpiiietl
Ilnpanled by a speeoh by Sonutor Lodge Lotlllhe LotlllhechAlrmon the thechairman theetiteirinan
chairman of the comin ttee too In eonnmtlon eonnmtlonnltuthlB conn lion lionIUI thenaitIu
nltuthlB aitIu IUI this proposal legislation IMlalion arid In reply to totlmrtomewliv toI tothicatoiflewliat
tlmrtomewliv I Incoherent IlIcoh rullt clargeof Imperialism Imperialisminado hliperlttlhD1lUudo ltutperitltsuuinajO
inado by thn th in DHiuocrats IJII Ilflltll Ih I hp Interesting fact factwas tliCtWIU fiictwatt
was pointed polntl out today t < h in thin Senate that this thissamn thl thll11I1n tliltsentice
entice siuTimo power was Vn given to tho Pres President lre8hnt Iresittat ¬
ident In the act providing for the Ih annexation annexationof
of th this Hawaiian Islands and anl not one word wordwas wor worWM wonlwas
was saId nll In protest In or out of Congress Canllr ongrps i Ono Onoparagraph OnopllrJlfrrJlh Onepantagnauite
paragraph of that aot r rpo roalat nds as follows followsUntil lollmsVnlli followsUntil
Until Congrssshall COIllr Congress shrill provide fortho lurtllllrovrn lurtllllrovrnmllIt govwrn govwrnninut gnvttriinepal
nepal for fUii Ioh snnd 1 anI hll tho civil jiMklal eullclril and andnilltnn nntlOIlItrJr antinil
nilltnn nil liter powirs i Ixrlltll x rcied I iv v the Ih olilcers 011Ic r of tin tinIXisilfg tleaC h hlllth
C IXisilfg X iS t it C gvernmint i v rue ne c Ii I ot eil ei aIIIRlnllls I I Islan la shah Imlll Im Imvi ttt tttin
vi 1 ted t lln m such ch perinn 18 < 11 or Iorsors 1 > rRlr and shall h hrarclsd IIrSorols1 lieirotsti
rarclsd in sK lhh < h manner as n tho I ho Pnsldenl of ofth if ifth t tth
th Ltnted Slates tOtiS shall dhllIlIreet direct and the Prnl Prnlilcut lr lrshtI I IIIInt
ilcut tI a it hall hiil I hive hi vat POWIT rnt Olr n to rcmovo re iflOVO silil 11 < 1 ollleuri ollleuriani ol1lcra
ani a r II1 I lli II II ho Ii vaeanelns 101110 SO > o nocaslnneil nocaslnneilThai ti10i wclon wclonIhn S inn eh ehlluai
Thai > iKtholnngingnol ii tliolnlJllnl liii inurguuge 0 tit tho hi act talon whIch whlehSanlnrd whlrlrfunlnr1 whIchStiI
Sanlnrd StiI ii ri II I I Do iot 0 was 11 apiitiled it p ii utcil President 1JI lllrlit of ofHawaii ofI
Hawaii I it val I an I under U wlldi Iolell t fit lliiwiill I I ituuuli Is IMIW i w guv guverijitl 111 gtivC
erijitl C itut and 111 < 1 thai t hi t a n1 t was pa prJ1 si less I 055 i than t two twoyenrsHKo wo worrirs I
yenrsHKo rrirs Hlln In ii Chic th < llfotlin 11IllInd Jft > fthcprefont fthie he prl pretnt Inl Adiulii Adiuliillriilon AthiultiIt lInlll lInllllmIIIIIIIIIIProvI1
llriilon 1lIrll It lmIIIIIIIIIIProvI1 Ta 10114 mid npproyid Ii by b 1lrl 1risMcnt lres Ilellt I McKmluy McKmluyoil tl cllnlu oh t a icy
01 luy i imw imwlegislation litMlzislnthCui HlI HlIrilollflll
legislation for thai Government rf mild CubiiPuerto Iul Iul1lIrlo mildlti
Puerto lti t rita Hpi II I t < 0 and an I Hawaii I Is I to bo provided IrolI f fIn fir or i iIn IIre
In ihe lh h hepilliean 1h11111IIIIort party IIfltt rrognmnie anil while whllII elIlltit
it is t no easy uoy task that o > f IIut nuts tho Ih lie HIerlug HIrllllrumltt I
itiinmlttii 1 rumltt Iii in h t tt to I be It npi lPIIIIII it pp itnt lntnl 1 ns n tin th t Ia result nuiloll nuilollIniI1 rote t tplntittiaYs nf i iUelnesiHyseaucus
UelnesiHyseaucus plntittiaYs IniI1 CIIIICI the II hi llepiililleim SnamrH SnamrHurn SIfllrRr
urn Rr a ra liiiiful ii pr1 h nf arrnnilng it rrni it iing II programme Ircerarn nun tint tintR iii iiiail1
R ail1 11 nit n iiieul ne with wit hi serioiH Mr oJlI iiMmslilnn iiMmslilnnWlintlmr IIIloIIIIInWhtltr
Wlintlmr Ih hi luay C trlny IIR ea Ciit e Is to I tt tneludeil 111lhl lI111I < In tin tinprrtgraniiiii rltprJlora1IltllrIot rutprneriTiiIile
prrtgraniiiii prJlora1IltllrIot Isnot is tiot vet re dctcrmluid dctcrmluidTho iletertti 1rlcrrlllll1Ill bitti bittiliil
Tho Ill inutipr that eiiiiwd Mie I h ho guwist voncern voncernIntliat lonfIII
Intliat I Is tllnl t tri of coming rota I nit ti II wi 11 ca i nnini t IIhlI1I rrlni < iinlon it lire wtHi wtHir a 111 It h hriar1 higiirt
r riar1 g giirt rl t tn > ttio tit tie llavliiuieefite inn1 trenty Inltl lii liiI tohii
I hii ri It 11 10 smlleny UIIItI1 mid viiiioiit 11 Wiirn Wiirntiirit lartltllrjOt I Ittirut
tiirit Ion fl the tI hi JIII snnle trit1t rnl Thi Thitrcnty 11 lIt I Itrelltl I ItreAt
treAt wll wi ettt ev ietflritl nimly rMlirl plltIlln In the prnt prntshil ror11111
sail e a h Lio posil stiV In It i ti 0 intieli IIIh iiion proLnl proLnltlutt protultliit
tlutt It will llrot Inn 10 sry lu I iintid It IIIflt Itipuit MI MIliuit
liuit tlio II wlionre who nrl < f nslnit real mvn 111 tlo tloMnnrngUi 11 11lonrIlIU1 t ta
MnnrngUi a Canal 1111111 shill Mhllllat at n > lilniii 11I1I i and wide widenil 11111nil Ittihini
nil ni cireuriistniiits crIHu ci you rtitietit lnllI havo hI hiav puwor i teon to t fortlly fort ii y iiid 1111con ii I I Ieoiitrtl i icontrol
control con trill II itliii I Ilr
liii 11 IIllth os ItciitI hiil tn Th Titci lr 1Ii1I1I1I I I i ti g lit I I < tIiu i i1U11r
Iiu 1U11r 1U11rTII ri a ga gainiit
ITHi TII Feb > PJ I Mr Ir and n1 Mr lro OVMVO 1 t nrgo II IIThorn ItThirr i ijllrl
Thorn nemnipaiilw I by ti th mar > nr n nt if r rIrll t Pt Ptiri
brili iri I Mr Ir and nn Mrs Ir HivUsTon i ili tI I Iat
li IMeiii I i at ItMTlhlsiifvrn I lj IhI this IIrn i fin n I w I I Iiiinve Iiii
iiinve iii ryt in Niw Na w York rk nt it II took n1 this rviit rviitUn v 11 t tI
Un 1 t hi < fiuort i Ifch flair t s of thee poup coat Ollr p have ha It a Vt l 1nll 1nllrlollollj hi c oat < mio a n ntinv Iit
tinv t I r V rcmioll rlollollj l to the a ht niarring on rriui U t and allllIl l ti I it a t i 1111 111111IIIIII1Iarllr a n nilolKiiiiid iiiititi
ilolKiiiiid 11IIIIII1Iarllr iititi iail tlii t iia ater a short iHTJod rln to C I ii npint npintnt Inllit
nt the tll t l roriliV I ofll oritn winter Vlnl w late r home in a a Nw i York trk rk city citytho Iit Iittho el It Itthe
tho four fott r will 1I11I1t0 go ir to toCtit California I ttrlita ami it ft I MexiiM MexiiMJlont 31 Ixlt Ixltllnt t IO IOMitat
Jlont hnprrh liny Pity Truth In Mm iii WorM ttiritlRae I ITh I
Th The Royal Ilmli6r Iu haivos > uw yrk r mil tiltFrrrr i
Firry ant loot nrubfrlr itt LIberty it rialU 1111 a P 1 M MvuilnittinIH arrt > ca caax
vuilnittinIH P M SvUnd d JJIuiu unU dt < car carbcrvlcevldi e
copvrr IP r vinxiHiion ASHORE ASHOREIll 4SIIORLhut
Ill hut roiirSInstnl Futtr3tnstcaiShhii Ship nn an thn llcnrh at atMnimxjtmn atltuiirtsquaiiTaklttg
Mnimxjtmn ltuiirtsquaiiTaklttg Taking OH the Crew CrewTho CrowThe
The Iron fourmasted Prltlfh ship County of ofEdinburgh ofEdinburgh
Edinburgh Copt ToiK from Capo Town Townl Tuwn11cc
l 11cc > ec 2 23 for Now York want ashore hut night nightitlOocloek iuigiitat
at itlOocloek In tlto Irdotat iruhet at Mnnasauan N NJ NJThe J JTho
The weather was very foggy and there tlicrowas therewas
was a heavy sea ea on Tho 1ii wind wan from the thosoutheast thesouthictast
southeast anti was blowing moderately Sig Signals 51gattIca ¬
attIca of distress were main and the Manwiuan ManwiuanLlfo
Life Saving Station under the command of ofCnpt ofCapt
Cnpt Frnnk Longatrect responded respondedA
A breeches buoy was soon rigged up and andthree andthree
three of the crew wore brought to shore before beforeI
1 oclock thin mornlnjr The lIfesaver were wereiitlllnt werestill
iitlllnt still at work at that hour Thee shlo shl was lying lyingbroadside lyingbroadside
broadside across the Inlet and was In no dan dancer ilancon ¬
con of breaking up unless the sea should rl rho rhoThe o oTho
The County of Edinburgh was built la Glas Glasgow Ohsgov ¬
gow In IWC and Is 2078 tons ton burden Shots Shotsowned She is isowned
owned by It J Craig Craig3IR CraIgMR
Inillrntloni In rhllndnlphla That C I IMngra IMagee
Magee Will Succeed Him In thin Senate 8ennttPniLADEtpnu Senatelninrurtpttis >
PniLADEtpnu Feb 12U Is pretty gen generally genemIly
emIly believed here that Mr Quay Is prac practically practicahhy ¬
tically out of the fluht for reflection to the thoUnited thelJnItsd
United States Senate and that ho trill wilhsooru POOR an announce anflounce ¬
flounce his retirement from the contest There Thereha ThereIras
ha Iras been a great deal of speculation as to who whowould whowould
would bo his successor and It Is thought by bymany bymany
many that State Senator Christopher I L Magee Mogeoof
of Pltuburg may became the junior noire representative noiresentativo ¬
sentative of Pennsylvania In thee Senate SenateIt
It la curtain that Quay will have much to do dowlththo dowith
wlththo with the selection of hit Kueeessor and not notwithstanding notwIthstanding ¬
withstanding the fact that Magee broke away awayfrom awayfrom
from him at tho tune when ho moat needed neededsupport neededsupport
support It Is recalled teealietlthat that Magoo did not throw throwhis throwhIs
his strength or that nf hit supporters to any of ofthe ofthe
the antiQuay candidates Quay and tint Magee Mageohave Mageehave
have frequently been In consultation not
dlrcctlyno directly so far as I te known but throuah nn
Intermediary State Senator Andrews of Pitts
burg mid It IB probable that Quay with his hisUfcual hisubual
Ufcual tnreslght hi hipliin unit worked out thu whole wholep11th
pliin In advance advanceThe tuilvaneeThe
The attitude of Mr Wnnnmnker Is puzzling puzzlingpointing puzzlIngant
ant to niSny of the nritiQuiay Colic ilsap ilsappointing
pointing Many of them havo urced htm to tomnk toinakte
mnk public a letter withdrawing hi name
from consideration as candldatw for the Sen Senate Meuate ¬
ate hut this hn Is loth to dn Whatever Whatevercourse Shateaerritrs
course Mr Vanamakermaydecldo anuumaker amy ilceito upon Mr MrI
1 Quay will Imvo much to do with the tii selection selectionof
of hlsHUeeessornal iel Uceseor flriIl It U probable that Ma Magee MageewIll e ewill
will be tint won woniroviv mienpionr
iroviv 51 ir 1J MKX FTMaaen FTMaaenlniiiiinl ILOGElUnitatial
lniiiiinl Visitors In Delaware nt the Quar Quarterly Qtiartrl ¬
terly trl Wlilpploglnst Iny InyWILMINGTON IIn IInWII1ITINOT0
WILMINGTON Dol Feb 12 12FIve Flvo negroes negroesand negroesand
and four white men were whipped at New Newcantlo sowcastle
castle on Saturday for various offences and andone andone
one negro stood for an hour In the pillory pilloryThero pilloryThere
There wero between two and three hundred hundredperson huuruilredpersons
person present an unusual number for tho thowinter ttuowInter
winter whippings whippingsA
A feature of the crowd was the presence of ofabout ofabout
about twontyflvo women all of whom pave pavethr savethree
thr three or four wore whit It seldom happens happensthat happensthat
that n woman la pcen at the quarterly whip whippings whippirugs ¬
pings and the presence of so largo a number numberon
on Haturday caused comment Most of the thewomen thewoliurn
women wero accompanied by men and SherllT SherllTTaylor liherliTTavlcir
Taylor says they nil were stranger They Theyworo Theywro
woro well ilrespiMl sal apparently tookadeon took a deco
Interest in th itit proceedings They gathered gatheredclofolo grithareuiuilfl5o
clofolo uilfl5o it tlmpost Ii lrtt while the ha victims were being
llogaed and WITH evidently tCIhenutlylrpsent present for forthut tho pur purplAi ur urrse
plAi of discovering for themsulvea just how
th punishment was Inflicted
Xo NI comments were maile by the visitors and andwhen nntiwhen
when Hid Ian victim wuutakon was taken back tohlstHI to lila cell
the party depirled coming to this city by trol ml
her cars Thee belief wa was cprei presset od that the thowomen thewomen
women came not out of curiosity but rather
for DIM purpose of studying a phase ot punish punishment punishdent ¬
dent far criminals whloh is being dlseus ihltetttttei od In Inother ireotluor
other Stales ut t ilili thu time ivrhaps not for ton tonor tenor
or flftoetu mien years ha hias n woman b btaii < i < n seen at a apublic ahtubliC
public whipping HIKI iiirhnps thero are not
hull a dozen tvptitaMe women In Now uw Castle Castlenho Castlewho
who over saw sawapublie a public flouting floutingLOST floggingLoST
LOST ma 1I1 itm itir T ix Tin Tunrnroix TunrnroixSent rinintozvSergt
Sent Itelhp 1rnm Cuba Mails Acquaint Acquainttirr u ea1iinlntlatin
latin tirr < In tho lie TUnll and N Out 8100 8100Strut hOC hOCiergt
Strut Max Itelbe of this United States cay cavairy cayairy
airy arrived In this thh city from Cuba on Katur lay laymornIng ay aymorning
morning on a six months leave of absence absenceHe
He Intended to go on a visit to Hungary If in see seehU seehis
hU relatives nn I wont tu the Ilroaiway Itrora ecay Hotel Hotelto
to wait for thee nailing of the steamer On OnSaturday OnSiutairilay
Saturday night ho went up to the Tenderloin Tenderloinand
and art last nlxht he appeared at the West Thir Thirtieth Tlihrtieth ¬
tieth street pollco station and told the sergeant sergeantthe sergeantthe
the story of his wanderings wanderingsI
I met two girls In thee Tlvoll he said and andwent anilwent
went home with thorn I wokn up thou next nextmorning nextmorning
morning and I found thee girls gone and with withthem wIththem
them my 400 which had been In ray m Inside Insidepockot insidepocket
pocket I would know tho lie girls again1 again1letrtellve again
letrtellve Hhehnn and Lockwood went to totho tothite
tho Tlvnll with him and hi pointed out two twogirls twogIrls
girls There was great excitement In thu pine rlacnwhen pinewhore
when the detectives put the tti elrls under arrest
At the station they said they we weni > i > Amelia
Hiimim I4iemuuirs > rs of J52 Vet Thlrtyelghth street and
Kilma Jlermnnn The hatter refused to give giveher givelien
her address Then plrls rhrls protested their Inno Innocence innocence ¬
cence of rohhlng llelbe but a as ho was posItive
In his Identification they were locked UP arehlnlb
llolbo said tha he would postpone his trip to
Furopo long enough to prosecute the girls No Nomoney Nomotley
money was wa found on them themSTKIXITX thetasr11VITZ
DIP Chess Champion TMkm flit Ioikit Clip ClipIlnnrd Chiot ChiotHoard
Hoard to that Aiyluin AiyluinWilliam tyiuniWIllIam
William Ktclnltz thochessclnmplonwas the re removed removeul ¬
moved je yotirday turday to tho Manhattan State StatoHospital Statehio4vItah
Hospital for the Insane Ho lb was taken takenfrom takenfront
from his home at 1 105 V > East 103d 103dstreet 1031street
street on than night of Fob 8 to Harlem HarlemHospital harlemhospItal
Hospital suffering under utuderthro the hallucination that thathe thathe
he was a victim of numberless electrical electricalMines electricalshnee
Mines Since then hn hud been In Dollevue DollevueMrs fletleviietirs
Mrs HtHlnltz said thut sheouM she enritt not afford to tosend tosttil
send him lii nu to a private Institution InstitutionMolnltz inst lautiten lautitenhitthitItz
Molnltz was allowed to take with him to Cl ClWards
Wards Island a small pocket ehess board At
lleilevue he workeri out proliloms In chess chesswhenever chessw
whenever w lie tiecor he wn > not bothered I by his Ic is hallucina hallucination heal I it CI IS IStIn ¬
tIn Ho Is if ali yiarw old teal tho physlolans
bellove that his east Is hopeless hopelessItnlnnd hropelesralttlnnil
Itnlnnd Itrid Out fur n Drive DriveIloland hrhaahiohianti
Iloland Heed thiiaetor thin riutor was able to 0 heave Rt RtLukes StItkos
Lukes Hospital yesterday for the first tlmo tlmosince tlmasitico
since ho underwent an npcratlnn for thn hie ro rortovnl ratrariral
rtovnl of n tumor a minth anti a half ago Ho Howent liewttt
went drlvliiein tlrtviiig in Central lark aecomcanled by i iCapt I Iapt
Capt apt A II Hush lii fatherinlaw Aftorwarl Aftorwarlh
h went to Cat re C Hushs IHIIISA nt Hl Vest
1JJil stri treit tt wher h went over thetnligrams thetnligramstint tier toitorrimt I It
tint t la hnd tin I been rweivol rit eI liy I ty the hi e lutnlly ii Ie I I y whon ho howas hoetit
was llrsttalcen Inst trteti III Then he h returned to the
hospital hi t iit tth In I a two t ac or thremliiys t h ri tI it ys hr > will WI I I undergo ii iilc rgo rgoin I Iiintliir
iintliir in t ittr nporutlon oponuut CV hlh it Ith tlio t lie surcoixii sue rgoltes say U Unecihsary isaieuasary
necihsary for hli liI eomilotn tout Iott ri rtiovtry rtiovtryrironhu ovury I IWAsiusiirux
rironhu Iaehiirtuliy Trorety laiia laiiaVaslitvturttle
WAsiusiirux Iei I 1J 1Owang Owing to the I hiat failure failurenf
nf th Kcnafe to ratify h lit Aricmitlmt reclprocl reclprocltv
tv treaty by the tli loth > f tho lie pre nt inoiith the thedate tbt tbthiitt
date llxcd by tlh teirs Cci rIs of it then piiiviitloti It Itfills Itliii
fills liii It has hern ddrilod not tu extend thu thulinnitiirinii lit litini
linnitiirinii ini timing which ratill itittlatiO atlon pun tire tako placo placot
I < t OHM timii ritI i lhight I to lo prneiiiMble prneiiiMbleto itati iiilile
tiitr reii I IiS rtitIit iit4t ittti iv ivIt
It i t I ttO to irrenieu rnnei an teal I thu thtfailss I IIndies
Indies wli C al > I nllowecj nfli vetl to Cr tn traIl n att i iniltnrDt
tt niltnrDt f Hip Srratw it it U tO n strongiyop strongiyopsl trnuriu Cl ClI
I sl i lu tliHin to timk ratltkitlor ji < siu siuCiil jtj jtjrI
Ciil II 11 < V Tliiiiiiixiin iiml i ta it > Niiniliir 0 0Trrw IIlrettI
Trrw HiiTr I I a trr Ind I iii Fell a ILCol I o II W Wiiiiipion V Vlhoiiiltifltl
iiiiipion wis titIt anti tnilay Homo peeiillar peeiillariiboni
iiboni th tigurii ripe in a hi tile hhf f hint av I n nII
II yH iiirn tim funu n lttulI smi diel i ittjiVliwiis
I t hittila ttjiVliwiis ci vlit Isithoantilrnrsftrvnf ls hit lnhitorslirv f
Hi 1 wfdllnu it I his lutlir and mother an nil J of ofer oft
t er nrl h > wa a y vr pi Ill IllIriiirh hiirich
Iriiirh Cnnl sal liners In ii Strike Strikejrfal StrhkrCots
jrfal Cots tttjiiM spule la Tiir Hu Hur RuCinenttx
r Cinenttx nMifx Irflnoi F rance Feh 12Two thousand thousandcoal tliousanlcoat
coal miners hero have decided to go on strikeFInmt strike strikeFlnnl
Flnnl TraIn > float Trnrk Fatstett Fn tr t Time Thoutetweca
tetweca tey Ytrk Iuirinth lnhlanapoll auti SI
LtiUL IL5IIflfluyIyj ltIltfVSLkZU
lure row rjcKruistitExr rjcKruistitExrCnrtcr lItEIfltLsUnder
Under No o Clrrnmstnneps Me Nnyi NnyiCoiild NriysliCtilild
Coiild I or Would I Arrest t cc i t tin t hi Noiu Noiulnnlonlltt N late lateInatloiaIlo
lnnlonlltt Adds 4ihs That Plult Conllitlljr ConllitlljrAr orihhtihifAeqthusca
Ar Aeqthusca iipve In lilt ill View iuw of HIM Xnllrr XnllrrALIIAST npr nprALUANT
ALIIAST Feb 12Gov Iloosevelt this alter alternoon alternoon
noon mado a public announcement that lit litwould liiwould
would not accept the thi Ilepubllcan nomination nominationfor
for VicePresident This following typnwrltton typnwrlttonstatement typwnjttnstatement
statement regarding his position upon hit thIsquestion hitquestion
question wan given out by the Governor at thf thfExecutive thiExecutive
Executive Chamber ChamberInvlowoflho ChamberIn
Invlowoflho In view ottho continued statement In th thpress the theprose
press that I may bo urged as n candidate for to toVleePmosidnt
VlceProsld nt and In view of the many letter letterthat lettetithat
that roach mo advising for and against such a acourse seottrse
course It Is prop proreer r for me to state definite definitethat deaitsdy deaitsdythat
that under no circumstances could I or would wouldaccept I Iaccept
accept the nomination for the VicePresidency
It Is needless to say howdeeply 1 appreciate sppreohatethhonor the thehonor
honor conferred upon me by the mere deems destrtoolaoome deemsto
toolaoome to leoo me In so high and dignified a position positionHut poeitloahut
Hut It enema oom to m me clear that nt the present presenttlmo presenitime
time my duty Is I bore la thee State whose people peoplechose peoptchioso
chose mo to bo Governor Great problem problemhave problemshave
have been faced and are being partly solved la lathis isthis
this State at this time rind If the people node nodealre so do dosire
sire I hope that the work thus b hegnn gnn I may mayhelp mayhelp
help carry to a successful conclusion conclusionGov ooncluslonGo
Gov Go Hoosovelt had nothing to Li add to bit for formal toymat ¬
mal statement except that In answer to an In Inquiry inquiri ¬
quiry he nnnouncod that as regards theVloe theVloePresldnnoy the Vine VinePrtsldntuuy
Presldnnoy he was happy to state that Senator SenatorPlatt SenaterIIatt
Platt cordially aojulosccd In his view ot th thmatter this thismatter
matter matterorV matterairY
The Anibitsintlor to Rome Not SeekIng the theVlccPretldcntlnl tisslIceIresiiIentiai
VlccPretldcntlnl Nomination NominationHOPEPALE NoteelniatlonIIOPEDALE
HOPEPALE Mass Feb 12 12Ambassador 12AmbassadorWllliem Ambassador AmbassadorWllllnm
Wllllnm F Draper U not a candidate for th thnomination the thenomInation
nomination as VicePresident oa the Fopub Fopubllcan Ihopubhlcatu
llcan ticket In view ot the recurrence of th thutory the thestory
story that he was likely to receive recciyetiuo tho nomina ¬
lion a citizen of Hopedale wrote to him at
Home directing hlreting hU attention to ti the printed printedlib
reports lie hiss received the following rephyt
Ditjt SnaIn rottly to your lettorofJan 3
I Goi Draper authorizes flttt to stay that wheihi
fully aptreeirttiti the complIment
< lib VI V WUIIIIIIICIII which TVIIlLll fill fillpeotle many
peotle have paid him In mentioning his name
In connection with tlm VlcePresldnnoy r rntit hue I
not a candidate for that oftlco Very t tyor truly
yor yours LEWIS Mounts ICDINOB
HOME Jan 2iJ Secretary of Kmbsesy KmbsesymiriiocKixu mbassyICR
miriiocKixu ICR IIOK INO VLVMOVTII 11 llfO hITIt 40soo 40sooVnll 46800Vail
Vail niver Line lute n lug UIIISeTrntjr UIIISeTrntjrrlght HillSeventyeight
eight Unyii at 1GOO n hay DnyTho hayThe
The Fall Illver Linn received yesterday a bill billfor billfor
for the docking of the steamboat Plymouth In Intho inthe
the sectional dry dock thr k at ErIe Iliiliioontrulled Iliiliioontrulledby
by the J N lioldns dry dock combination combinationThe
The Plymouth wont on the rocks near Throggn ThroggnNeck TiiroggaNeck
Neck on Dec 18 and was put In the dry dock dockon dockon
on Due 151 Site w H t In lice dry dr dock 7H tlays tlaysand thaytand
and thu he bill lsiUOada is 1100 it lay v ora > rn total of 4 4lti0t < DO
for docking aiitie Other ropilrs neal Iho Ihoscraping tttuscraping
scraping of thn veils bottom brought tin tinentire p
entire bill uptooverfViiiOO uptooverfViiiOOion up to over ote0 ote0Oil
ion Oil SOD Its I t s i cumblnatlon conic hi a titlon said fiupt
Mokerson of tint Full Hlver Lino yesterday yesterdayand yesterdayLltiIi
and It is n question either of paying what is isusiced isasitel
usiced or dont aitk l > k I hope that there will willsoon
soon be fcomo relief from this situation anti I Iunrtcrstniil IutiderttsinI
unrtcrstniil that another corporation Is shortly
to build another dry dock If they do tho the rate
Is bound to I bo bocrit bocritill via viaIWtt3lllIMtX
IWtt3lllIMtX ill OM12 HllCKKFRtllin ICt1C1 IkR1 L7tr OIT OITLikely 011crLikely
Likely to be Annnnnrrd nt Chlcngo Pnlver Pnlverilty ITiiverii
ilty ii Alumni Al ii iii a I Dlnnrr DlnnrrThe lii liner linerThe
The Kxeoutlve Committee of the Now York YorkAlumni Yorktiutrini
Alumni ssoalatloiiolChlcag3 ssoelatlrii of ChiIeag3 rnlversltyruct rnlversltyructyesterday Vniverslty met metyesterday
yesterday at the Hotel Manhattan to make ar arrangements amrengentents ¬
rangements for the annual dinner of the thealumni theealumni
alumni In March Among the lie guextsnt th thai
dinner d I u nor will ai Ii bo iihn 1 ha D I I lloekeiiller I lock tnlle r ninl Presi lrtsiulcat ¬
dent Harpnr Four ynars ngi tic Mr llockufellor llockufelloroff hinekufelleroffered
off offered red to duplicate whatever gifts of money
tho university might receive from others upto ttp to
Jan 11001 I l0 Later ho hi nxtended tho tlmo to
April 1 President llar iianir r saul ald he thought ha hacould liecould
could raise xiOOOO So far ar the university universityha universItyhiai
ha hiai recelveil glittt amounting to SltMOoO
Thn alumni expeotto exper to raise nt least tfllUOOK tfllUOOKmoro iOU0X iOU0Xmoro
moro between now and th theo dinner nnd It Is ex expected cxpecttd ¬
pected that Mr JiookoMler will announce th thgift the thegift
gift of about JlHNMKjOftt Is N iu at the hit dinner
John Jay britaIn Is Ih chairman of to thus
Alumni Executive Committee CommitteeTWO CornmitteoIwo
Tliey llnlil Vo n Cashier anal n a Young YoungWoman Yotin YotinauIltitfl
Woman auIltitfl at ltin Craiuee rnom N M tI and Get H30OO H30OOEL 3OIOEr
EL PAHO Tex Feb 12H C Bowman a abanker abanker
banker nt Las Cruc Crunes s N M 3 telephoned to this thiscity thiscity
city today that his bank was held up by two twomou twomarl
marl nt 2 oclock antI robbed of tiOOO tiOOOi VI000 VI000The
i The robbers role Into town and hitched hitchedI tittctiodtiesir
I tholr horses nt tho Rio Orando Hotel on onthe onthe
the opposite side of the street from
the batik Then they crossed over and eo eotiro1 enherttitht
tiro1 herttitht the bank coveringCushlor Freeman and andtlio andthat
that woman bookkeeper with sixshoutersThe Ixshootors IxshootorsThe
The cashier wasfore was foreti d to open the safe and andthe andthiu
the men look all available cash Theython Theythonnuletlylnft Tteey then thenqutetiy
nuletlylnft qutetiy loft the building with thin warnlnu to tothosn totitose
thosn within to keep oulot Mounting heIr
horses they rode toward tho Organ Mountain Mountainllfteen JiotititalosiIftettn
llfteen miles awuv awuvTwenty aseaTwonuty
Twenty mlnutoi later Sheriff PatOarrettand Pat Garrett and
flvediputlca five thtpuths took the trail and It Is i believed believedthat
that the robbers will be rounded up In a steers slwrttlmo steerstltuti
A Mother nnd Six of Her Children Perlihed Perlihednnd Penlitteilititil
nnd Only Ono Inc nf the Imnlly icapcil icapcilPcTEKsrfnn EcnpthPxtcnsrtnitu
PcTEKsrfnn Vn Fob 12 12TInt Tho house ot otMartha ofMartha
Martha SmIth In Sussex county near Stony StonyCresk StonyCrtek
Cresk was destroyed by fire on Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaytutghit
night and she and six of her children wore
burned to death Only one member ot the
family a boy escaped andhn and he did no by jump
lair from n twostore window How the fir firoriginated fIrs a aoriirmnstel
originated Is not known but It Is supposed to
have liein thn ho work of nn Incendiary Tha Thaseven rhoseven
seven bodies acre found yesterday morning la latho Inthu
tho ruins of the house houseTO heoleseTo
TO FOUTIFV CAIK IthftltV IthftltVDcfrnrrs JILNflIlutrnees
Dcfrnrrs of Cliemprnkn hay Which Will WillilvH VihlIihi
ilvH rrntpftlon lo tapNcerraine uililnctnn uililnctnnNonnuK
NonnuK Va a Feb i2Thi > Tho pnssagn by ths thsVirginia he heliginla
Virginia I glshturc today of nn net pr prmlttlng liArnuittiiig
mlttlng the general Government to neiiilr neiiilrland p planti
land In Prlnfs < Mine rnuntv Is rrellrnluary
tlthiernetion 1 t ha arteetiori a tar Capo nSa Henry if f formicationtingunk formication ortiiicationsthu
tingunk thu gliiia of f which will enmnuit C th ha > enmncn enmncntoClienapenfco eIrrateeetie
toClienapenfco tie tiesa pen k e day IC b and ii titi prevnt in s ii C Iristiln ha tst I ii ship stir tN tNfrorei
from npiirmielrng ii I P niihi a Wiistilnjt Vtiittt I ti Zt > n Hiltlmore Hiltlmorelllclmioni I Ia it i more morehithitiiotiii
lllclmioni and ih I ii llier cities Himiit lOiit lliiiiipron lliiiiipronHoiils hIiItiitioIheti
Hoiils Iheti Is A tonrtirratijrivit tnrurra lila L3 h survey cii rvt a of thi I ti j land landintuit inn innU
intuit U ioIi t the ttt Into I ie ttt was ccii s completed corn plettt I by thn t lie ioveru ioveruinent ovo mu muirittit
inent ensllieers on Feh I I31r Itl
tl riie I1ar liiutrzu liiutrzuMr
31r lliiiry IlMrnnl Id lar < r llnt hlilititeIia iinl < i Itodjf Itodjfrriini ilttiylruaiti
rriini tin1 tIP Inn Meilh 3qiliitii ill Silmul SilmulNEW SihiiaiNiIu
NEW lUvKN iRv Conn nail Feb PJ Word was sent sentlo cantto
lo Mrs Mary llftuy of Vuigituk Conn Connfidaithit ljtfl ljtfltoI
fidaithit toI n t hint h har > r liiiband Ii ii aba tel wisdii ii 1 I in I ii thiHvlty thiHvltyfn tin as city citylat
fn h hit lion living hivlte w tli ht tulsa for f ftrertusre ftrertusreli > iirtoon iirtoonyu
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