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Prlilf IIn < m Until Nidi SIdPI Inrcrly rJI nripau npollbIO npollbIOr RrspoiiIbte RrspoiiIbtefor lbl lblfor
for r lit the llvpturc nvplurCrnI Carnegie Didnt Hunt Hunttit itiit lt ltI
tit I 1 UK n Thrust Thrl A AIeIr1rk bhIOIrlrk lil lrlrk Wnntril VRnl tn II IIlln JlO JlOnRI Ba Batie
tie Kent a > Wrll 1 nil R the tll Numlnil NUllnallld NUllnallldlITTSDURO Ilruil Ilruil1iTTsnuno IIsul1iTtflUnfl
1iTTsnuno l Ept > ph1Rorvlc h 15 5SorvIoea Sorvlow of tho thf th papom papomIn pafor8 pafor8In por porIn
In tho tholult ult of II I C Frlck rlck agalnnttho uBln agttnt t the C Carl Carnegie CarnegieItei rnegla rneglaBtocl lle lleBtel
Btocl Company COnon was IUI acknowledged l today to day by byDalzoll byDalzol byDaizoli
Dalzoll Dalzol Boot 8 oU A Gordon Oolon the th companys 10mpalyK at attornays attornAYK attorney
tornays nctlmr ntlnl for tho company Iompanv Mr Ir Gordon Gordons Oorlonrtl Gorilonaisrts
aisrts s rtH rtl that service must be maJn on 01 nil al mu the thedeftndnnts th thdefndalt th4efndant
deftndnnts defndalt nnd us lS come of them are ar In InEurope Innrol inEuror
Europe nrol some onn time lmo must mu t elaoso elaD o before beloo tho thopapers thopal thovftner
papers pal r can I n IP t 1 sent 011 over OVf nnd nnliln nn affidavit nf A per icrvice pervice ere erevice
vice sent elt back to tho United Unied State Whether Whetherhe Whlth r rhe
he will wlnll wnlt until unti then to file nl a demurrer demurer or an ananswer an11er ananwOr
answer 11er Mr Ir fornn lordnn did dil IIt not flOtH say sayII M MI
II I C Frlck rlck said lall lonlght that there was noth nothBK nothDi nothbin
BK Di new In II the crocecdlne Drocpedlnl8 Ha 10 refused to talk talkat Illk Illkat talkat
at nil ni on 01 the mutter mUler None ono of his hi attorneys alory wns wnsnccesnblo WR WRIcp wniacenabIo
nccesnblo Icp enblo It I l expected IllJUpctpl howBTirthat howATr hownvcrthatttwr hownvcrthatttwrwill thBt there therewill
will 1 be some developments le loDment In tho matter nf OfhA OfhANoml ofiho ofihoromtA4i thn thnpromised I
the minority stock stockholders 8tMkhoJpr tnkhotder
promised Noml ed null t2It on behalf of ¬
holders of the II C Frlck Coke Company COmlIJ to toannul 10anlul toannul
hoJpr tle I
annul anlul the contract alleged alescd to have been boel forced forcedon torIll torIllon
on the Ihf company ompIY by Mr Ir Carnoitlo Cnroll and which whichthe whichIhf whIchtine
the Ihf minority minoriy holders boiler who wh have na no 10 Interest IntMes In Inthe Inthe intho
the steel company Iompnny assert Is ruinous ruinousThomas rulnouqhomul ruInousThomnie
Thomas homul Lynch President lrelldonl of the th II I C Frlck FrlckCoke FrickCke FrtckCoke
Coke Cke Company Com 1 v and 1111 a warm wlrm per eronnl nnal friend Irlell ol olMr 01Mr ofMr
Mr Prick Frck had hfd a I Ions Ion I conference cootorue today tolay with withWillis wllhWIls withWIlil
Willis WIls F MeCook lcCok attorney for Mr Ir Frlck In tho thoult thoIllt thesuit
Illt suit ult entorol Mr Ir Lynch rofusaa rofl o < to ssy s v any anything alr alrthlnl anything ¬
thing thlnl recurdlmz relllrliol hl hb conferencebut lt ronce blt It was 1n wa un understood 11 inndoretooil ¬
derstood by persons peron employed In the thl CokeCom CokeCompany Coke CokeCoinpony Cor Corny
pony ny offices on tho sixth floor Qr of the Carnegie Carneulabulldlne Canllle Canlllebuldl Carnegiebuiidin
bulldlne buldl that the tl tli conference 10nfArellA related rrlRpl to the thoproposed thepropqed thepropoaed
proposed propqed suit 8111 The Thf CnriioiMo nollo company Iompalr Is II i now nowuslns nowu nowusing
using u lnl coke from INOlhA thn thousands Ihol8nnI8 of tons tOn reservs reservsriled rplpro rplproI rpnrvetiiid
I riled tld up In II tho th IMear icnr Thomson BteeMVorks BteeMVorksyards Steel Work8 Work81ard Vork Vorkyard
yards imd In1 It Is therefore thtrpforo now nw believed bllcl that thatPresident thntlrt8llont that1roiiIent
President lrt8llont Lynch Iynch has refused rlfnpd to furnlth new newcoke newtoke newcoke
coke nt lt tin1 Ih alleged nlelel ruinous rnlnols contract conlrlct rates rnlelm rnlelmJ Im Imposed mipoeii ¬
posed e1 on the company eOOlln hy h Mr Ir Carnegie Cnrpllp Carnn iil who whoowns whoCWI whoown
owns CWI J the 111 controlling eonrl In Interest Inteest In II tho tll coke cokecompanys coketomp cokecomtny
companys tomp nYR stock stockXow toekl tockNow
Now XOI that H I C flick has begun belun his hislawsuit hil hillawIII hi hiiawetntt
l lawsuit lawIII nanlnst nUlln t Andrew Anlnl Carnegie Cunlllo It Itspems ItI itI
I I spems pcro Mrangu Iranle to Pittsburgers 1lslulers that It Is Isonly I Icnly ionly
only a faw weeks ago 110 that Mr Ir Prick rllk re resigned reo reo81m reaignu1 ¬
signed 81m 11 from the chairmanship chalrlllshlp nf o tho Hoard Hoardof onr
of Manngom 1 nnll of th Carnegie Car ll Steal Company CompanyLimited Comrnnr ComrnnrI ConnranyLIinltd
I Limited Jhnlpl and 011 thnt the tlA public Iublc first r learned Ipnrnl1 there therewns therl therlI thenfriction
wns R friction frlcln In the company To tho majority majorityol
I I f ol the business bl IIf s men of the country Iolntry itieemed itieemedthattlipplTortsof It eeinid eeinidthat
1 thattlipplTortsof thallhl that tine II0ris errorts of the partners Inlners of Mr Carnegie Carnegieto CnrnPllo CnrnPlloto
to purchn Iurchaoo olil hi tile Interest Interp t In II the company were wereprobably weroI era erairobabis
I probably the cause cnulo of the differences Illercmps between betweentho hollccn hollccntho totweentho
tho steel magnatannd mOlnJ magnrt nld anti his rlslithund rhhthAH1 man It ItIs I Itis
Is certainly Iertlinly truo thnt Mr Ir Carnegie Cnrello was wa pained painedat p lnp1 lnp1lt
at lt the unanimity with wih which his 118 Iii thirtytwo thirtytwoyoung thtrtytwoynnlnIi
young 011 partners wero willing wllll to dispense 11OIl with withhim withhim lh lhi
i him In II tlio new le corporation corroralon thy soucht sOllht to toform 10lorm toforni
form In conjunction cOIJuneton with former Judge JIII Juiti Moor Moorof Moorof toorlI
I of Chleneo but It Is I ul 110 nio o n fact that his ht rela relations rplatlonl relatton ¬
tions tlonl with Ivlh Mr Ir Frick had been tralnoil lralnlll for fordomo forIomo foraome
domo Iomo time Imt tine first Irst wrench IHllCh having Ilvlnl been bpln Im Imparted 1mIalcd imgarted ¬
parted Ialcd years cnr before Iolorl Hy II II tine public pubc nt large largeMr Ilro IlroMr lntrodr
Mr dr Frlck rlck wns wa M considered cnlslder1 n ns good 001 a steel man manas manal mna
as al a Mr Carnegie CarnegieWhile Clrnlle ClrnlleWhie CarntgieVhiIe
While Whie Mr Ir C Cltelle Citrnegle rnBle was al willing wllni to tl be con considered Ion IonI considereit ¬
sidered Illcre1 a library lurnrr philanthropist h8nlhro lst he wns wn still stillactive 8tl tlli tlliactive
I active actnl In builnu buIIUMS s ipivlvlnir 1111111 ieet Iviii every day tele telegraphic leloIrnphle toi toigrarhlc ¬
graphic Irnphle or cable reports repors of the condition lonlton of ofthe 01the ofthe
the company comlony and all is 11 his hl business LUKII Ri reputation reputationtrni rputoton rputotonwal
wal n mutter mlter of prldn to him he hf was wa81he the loss lossreluctant les leesreluctant
reluctant reilctnnt to port fAtwli fet with Mr Ir Frlck whoa wb n ho hothought hethIulht hothought
thought thIulht the time lmI had nt last Inlt arrived nrhe1 to how howthn ho hothl iow iowthn
thn thl business busile community eomluniy that hU commercial commercialhroln commerlnl commerlnlI eommercial0mm
I hroln trnln had lost none of Its ls cunning cUlnln When Jlr JlrFrlck MrFriok Ir IrFrlok
Frlck thouuht tholuht he could coull u It t along 11001 without wltholt Mr MrCarnegie MrCarnegie Ir IrCateile
Cateile Carnegie then Ihpl the latter IltAr thought thnllht thn th time lme had hadcome h1cnme hadcome
come for the severance UI rlnCl of business hl lneR relations relationsThentnryof rllntom rllntomThO relatloneThe
Thentnryof ThO The tor tnrtr of the first trt sljn AI n of n strain 8t rll In the thorelations Ihorelnlon therelationi
relations relnlon between bttwten Mr Ir Frlck ant Mr Ir Carnegie Carnegiehas Carele CarelehaA Carnegiehae
has not nt hctMi he 1 told tollill In print before olorl It happened happenedsome haN happniedmoint ne1 ne1loml
some years ear ago nlO at lt the time 1116 the coko Ioko syndicate syndicatewas hnlicato hnlicatoM
Mr Ir Frlck Frll had organized organizedwith organizedwith
was va M In II operation operaton onranl1Pll onranl1Pll1lh
with 1lh Mr Ir Curniulo Cln II the H 1 C Frlok lrlck Toke Cok Com Company Conirany 01 ¬
pany rn Mr Ir Carnegie Carn lle holding holdlnl n controlling Ioltrolilf Inter Interest interMr ¬
est Mr hick became h clmo theofllclalheadof IhO th onrlol oflicial helil heat 01 the thocoko Ihecoku thecoku
coku concern COlcrn He le and nl1 the tll managers mnnnlr of rivet rlvslcoke rlnlcokA rivetcoke
coke eominnles cOIInlpA had Ilt1 formed lorlhl n syndicate SIII < al which whichreculotud whichyegulalel hlch hlchrpulnllllhp
reculotud rpulnllllhp the price of coke colo One day they wero weroin weroIn werein
in session and nlt had II < just 111 agreed BlrcllllPOn upon the prices pricesto Nlcpto triceto
to be charged chlrl 11 for the Iht ensuing tlulll month when whenJohn whenf whenJohn
John ohn Walker walked 1111k11 In Mr Ir Walker Walklr hold a aIfndlng I a1eadin
f Ifndlng l1adlnl place pnc In the th Carnegie Steel 8tl1 Company Companynnd COOnn COOnntnd Companyanid
nnd tnd was 11 wa Mr Ir Carntclos CnrtloA rlehthaml mnn He Heurn le leif liet
if t urn anti Mr Ir Frlck were not friends IrlelI and so tho lat lattot latI lettr
I tot hI looked lookrl up when Mr Ir Walker entered Inlr l nnd nndtaldcoldly nndnll andiatI
taldcoldly taldcoldlyMr nll iatI colll colilly colillyM
Mr M Ir r Walker Wnlklr are you 01 aware nWlre that this Is a aprivate nNIIale aIriate
private meeting meth11 of biHness bllnp men Jen JenOh nienOh V VOh
Oh I know knol that replied rlllull Jlr Ir Wnlker Rlker hut hutI hit hitI hutdont
I dont 10nt suppose SUrIOAU you Ol will 111 III object to telling 1011 ni me mothe methl methe
the thl price pice coke Is i to to well al nt will 1 you 101 You know knowmy kio kioJ knowmr
my J company COl ran USPS u p n good IOOIIlll deal of It ItJlr I itMr
I Jlr Ir Frick maJe mlJp no response hut hit one of the thoothers IheI theoIiers
others olhr told tot Mr Ir Walkorthat Wnlkor that the thl pries Irlc wns wn Sl SO SOr IO IOper > 0 0per
per r ton tonIm t01Im tn tnIm
Im Im sorry sold nll Wnlkor but Andr nl Cnr Cnrneilo Cnrnel Carnegk
neilo nel says n8 that the price prlcl which hlch tho II I C CFrlck CI CFrtck
I Frlck lrlck Coke Company tomlnny will wi charge elnrle beginning beginningtomorrow bllllnlnl beginningtonnorrnw
tomorrow Is SllV SllVThero lIr II5 II5There
Thero was 1111 wi a moments sllcnco slenco after aler Mr MrWalkers MrVnikere lr lrWnlkorA
Walkers departure dlnrtlre anti then thln Mr Frlck re retigne1 rl n nitgne4
tigne1 ilnp1 the III presidency froslleM of tho coko syndicate syndicateremarking syndIcateremarking Yldate Yldateromnrklna
remarking remarkinglentlemon romnrklnalntlmon remarkingtjpntlennoii
lentlemon lntlmon I have nothlnu 10lhlni plsn den IAI to say Ra You Youhave YOI YOIhlve Youhave
have hlve just II t heard what tho worthy reprosentn reprosentntlvn rcprooentntlo reproentatire
tire tlo of thn majority majorl stockholders 81nckhoherl In II the Ihul II C CIrlelc CI CFriek
I Irlelc lrlck Cko Company omlnIY said saidThen sal salhln soldThen <
Then hln 3m Mr r Frlck left If the Ih room and promptly promptlywent pomptly pomptly1ent riromptlyscent
went 1ent toFuroio 10 luroro without wlhout notifying nlylnl Mr Carne Carnegie Cainegit are ¬
gie 11 Ho le returned to America only olly when flln Mr MrCarnegie Mrfarnegli Ir Irarnelil
Carnegie arnelil sent pnt n friend after nltr him nail npolo npoloKlzed nplo nploIlzel npologized
Klzed Ilzel Till Til happened In 1N8 1 H4 Whllo hl Mr MrFrlck MrFrkk r rIrlck
Frlck Irlck later gained Inlol11 his hl h fullest tullt promln pomln prominence nco In the thaCarncBlo tbeCnrlle theCarnegie
Carnegie Cnrlle titan Htol1 Company It Is I believed btlpvp that ho honever hl lnnever
never forgot forlot this tll Incident Incllcnt although nihollh ha may mayhave marhllo mayhave
have hllo forgiven totllpn It ItTin I Itrho
I Tin le Homestead Jometlnd strike strlkf came cnlo on a I few yearn yearnlater yearAlaler yearslater
later Jlr r Frick acted nct d as a the official head of oftk ofI 1 1niP
I I tk niP t company 10WIln and conducted ronluccd tho campaign campaignBcanstthB cnml campaigneganist lln llnIlnut
Ilnut eganist BcanstthB tho strikers 8trlklr although nlhoulh many believed believedtrifttliowiucnl belpvell belpvellthaI believedL
L trifttliowiucnl thaI ho 11 wi Inl fly > carrying crrylnl out Mr Ir Carnetdofl Carnetdoflordrrs Carnlllo Carnllloordpr CarnegiesIi
Ii order Ho 10 Iloand nnd 31r Carnegie Carnello have hlle often oftfn dies disagreed dlaIreod diesLI ¬
LI Ireod greedas greed as to tins th policy Iolur of the company romlanYlnd and nl nlthough nlthoulh ittI
I though thoulh the divergence 1111lene In their views may lay have havnIpen hloileu haveteen
teen ileu only natural nlturnl considering conllerlll the strong 8tronl na natures notUre nathree ¬
three of the Ih twomcnlt tvo two menlt men It Is II nevertheless leertholell likely likelythnt lkely lkelyIhnt likelythat
that Jlr Ir Frlck rlek being trlnl teln In the last tow lOll years re retionsltile re4 re4olsll retotieitle
tionsltile olsll before the public lublc ubllc for the tl conduct conllct of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the companys affairs alnlr chafed hafel under nlpr tho neces necessity nocosItr necoslty ¬
sity Itr of obeying obeylnl Jlr Ir Carnegies Catellol orders ordcr while whileofficially whie whieomclnly whileomelally
officially omclnly answerable an crable for their tllr results resultsEverybody r08ultsFIonLodv resultsEverybody
Everybody FIonLodv remembers remel ber the th sensation thnt thntwas thntWA thatwits
was WA made when wlln tho Carnegie Carelh Company ComJan wni wniflnod wn wnflnod n nnd
flnod nd by Orovnr Clcvplands ClelllnI8 Administration Imlnlalnlon for forf lorfnrlhblll forfurnishing
f furnishing fnrlhblll Inferior armor pnlo Shortly Shorl after afterward nler nlerwar1 afterward ¬
ward Jlr I Carnegie Carnplle came out In an Interview Interllew or orletter orletpr orletter
letter letpr practically pncllcnly advocating alvcallll the abolition aLcllon of ofthe oftho ofthe
the protective Irotectyo tariff tarif or nt least saying nylnl that It Itwas ItwaR itcni
was cni no longer lonler needed nelled for tho benefit of tho thoIron IhoIron ttnoiron
Iron and steel trade Jlr Ir Frlck lrlck thought thoulht thin thinen Ihll Ihlllulmlolto thiean
en lulmlolto Itaiolltlo act Nearly two years ago nlO Jlr JlrCnrneclo MrCarnegie Ir IrCnrnello
Carnegie Cnrnello attended Iltenlell tho dedication IC < llnton of the Car Carnegie C Cnelle Carnegie ¬
negie nelle library Ibrry ntllradilock ot Irnldock and anl tnaJo ma < o n I speech speechIo 8leech 8leechlu speechlo
Io lu saul ull ho and his wife If had always deeply deeplydeplored dpolly dpollydelorel deeplydeplored
deplored delorel tho 10 Homestead lom aten1 strike This hls and andeomn nnl andsome
some ether remarks rdmnrkl made mnle on this occasion occasionWuro olcaslon olcaslonwuro occasionwuro
Wuro In manyelrclos malYcrcloA Interpreted Intorpretel as meaning mennlngthat menolnl meaningthat
that Jlr Ir Carnegie Cnrmllo himself hlmol was wal not responsible responsiblefor rPlpnalhlo rPlpnalhlofor
for the policy polcy pursued pUrue1 by L his hi company < om pan In Inhandling Inhnnllni Inhandling
handling hnnllni tho strike Irlke Although Althollh some lome public publicpraise publc publcpraise putiiepraise
praise accorded to Jlr Ir Frlck rick a I year yelr or so be before beforo before ¬
fore the Hroddock Jrolock speech was sunteltiit unclnt proof proofthat prootI proofthat
I that he hl had hlIIIO no desire to 10 throw ow on Jlr 311 Prick FrlckNrrnrry FrickHnr Prickpner
Nrrnrry pner nn nltIonnl Aildlllnnnl Attraction AttrnrUonTbn AtrRrlon AtrRrlonTb8
Catskill Wll Mountslni Mnhnvk MnhnvkVallrr MnbAwkVIl MnhvkVeIty
Tbn Hndinn nit Rlur r C Cld1 t Iolnlln
Vallrr VIl FnolMlls olhl nf the Ailironil Adlrollk AtlronIacks rk Ma NII NIaisri irt Fslli FslliI Fall YstlulAke
I lAke Ak ke Erie Ere slid ud Ukt MlchUin lcbl n are Ie a Itw of the Ih ai aiUoo Itofford t ttraction
traction Uoo otfcrtd olcrt l by > r to te the New 1 York Ccctr Conlralllu Cectral l Llnti Un
thu responsibility roepnslhiity for lo the tht strike yet t Mr Prick Frlckthought IrlckIhoulht Prickthouicht
thought Ihoulht It I li I I said ail ajii that the reference rrferrlco Inlhn InlhnIlrnddock In Ib IbJrnldork the theIlrnddoek
Ilrnddock Jrnldork speech might mltht better blter have hnv been blen kit Icltunsaid leltunut kitunsaid
unsaid unut as a It revived rpvlrl a sore IOt subject subjectWhether subjectWhether ubJectWhethpr
Whether or not Jlr Ir Frlok Is II I In II favor flvor of na national Mtonaloxllallon nationai ¬
tional tonaloxllallon expansion Is not known publicly publely from fromnny fromnny fromany
nny of his bl utterances utraneeo but his hil friends Irllntll do say saythat enyIhnt saythat
that he was dl 11Ile0e1 dipieneed i > lensed when Jlr Ir Carnegie Carnegiestarted Cnrnrlll Cnrnrllltartpl Carnegiostarted
started tartpl out on his campaign camlal1 gainst flnl18t Impe Imperialism Imporlalsm Imeriattm ¬
rialism rlalsm ItecognlrltiB Jreolnlr111 that nobody notlo1 could cOlld die dispute iia iiaIlte diepitte ¬
pute Ilte Jlr Ir Carnegie Clrn lle tho right rllht to tl his own opin opinions oplnIons oplalone ¬
ions Mr Frlck rlek nevertheless nevlrthelu believed heleycII the con conHtant Cal CalKtant constunt
stunt enunciation cnuMlatol of these opinions oDin 10M In a way waythnt IIV IIVthot waythat
that would naturally lalural offend Mr Ir McKlnleyH McKlnleyHAdministration McRlnll 3leKitiieYsAdministration
Administration Admlnlslraton was w bad policy olcy toward tOlynrl one oln of oftho 01the ofthe I
the companys comlnnY1 best customer cutomr the United UnitedStates Unlld UnlldHtltel tnltdHtntes
States Htltel The agitation Balalon In Congress ConlroB of the price pricefor prlcdfor pricefor
for armor plate 1llte had h 1 resulted In almost corn cornpletn comI coinietn
pletn I > lotA Idleness of tho armorpinto plant nt ntHomestead nt10mestenll atliornesteeti
Homestead 10mestenll and Mr r Carnegies Clrnealol antngonlzn antngonlzntlonof allllOnlzn allllOnlznlon antagonizalion
tlonof lon lion of the party pnrt that has 101 a majority IUljorl In Con Congress COl COlarlU Congress ¬
gress would hardly hlIU ho argued nrluet hplptostnrt hlplo Itart start the thamachinery tl tlmnchlnery themachinery
machinery going olnl again nlaln Tho United Unlt1 States Htntpswas Htll Htllwa Stateswas
was wa also al o n Ilarll large customer for structural tructurll steel steelnnd Itool Itoolald steeland
and ald could transfer tranalc Its II patronage pBlronnle to tho Car Carnegls Carnpll Carnegis
negls npll Companys COmfan rivals rivalsIt rlnl8 rlnl8It
It will wi be bl observed that hitherto hiherto whatever whatevertrain whiateserbtrain hahlr hahlrtrln
train trln the relations relBtM of the two men underwent underwentImd unlllrllt unlllrllthll
Imd hll been caused by hI Mr Ir Carnegie ClrneKle Tlm Th end endcame cnlleame enlcame
came when Mr r Frlck I rlck became the offender oenlcr Mr JlrFrlck MrFrick MrFrick
Frick and all some of the other partners pnrnerlln In con conjunction Ion Ionjlncton eonjunction ¬
junction jlncton with lh Judge JUIIIO Moore Iorp of Chicago Chlcnlo paid paidCarneglo pall palltlrnlllo paidCarnegie
Carnegie tlrnlllo moro than 100X000 1000 for an option optionon ollon ollonIIClrneales
on IIClrneales Carnegie stock tok In thcompanrtheyngreo thcompanrtheyngreoIng IheMmlanrtheynlree IheMmlanrtheynlreeInl the company they agree agreelag
lag Inl to pay him over oltr tf7OOOOO 157000000 The now nowcompany lll llllompany mowvomnny
company proposed Iroo ell could coull not bo organized oronI701 nt ntthat ntthnt atthat
that time tml the capital CBplal available alalahlo for such luch pur purposes Iur Iurposel purposes ¬
already boon by the thnformation theformation
poses posel having hallnl Ilreldy taken lakel up Ul Ihl
formation lormnton of I tho other big bil trusts In Infact Inlact Infeet
fact Judge Jllo Moore Ioor was Informed by h New I York Yorkbankers Yorkblnker Yorkhankers
bankers blnker that thlt th the scheme schlm could ltl1 not possibly poislblybo 10uiLly 10uiLlybt
bo bt handled ns nllUCCCSI success In floating oatnl the new nel com company Iom Iompany coinpany
pany would 10uil only onl result reuhln In a panic In II the money moneymarket monymnrIet moneymarket
market mnrIet Judge JUllle Moor abandoned his hl efforts effortsnml lortA lortAnll effortsattil
nml nll Jlr Ir Irlck and nnl Andrew Mellon Iolon a I Plttsburu Plttsburucapitalist 1lt9hurl Iittsburgcapitalist
capitalist ealalsl went ent over to Scotland to Sklbo Sklbocastle Rklhocate Skibocastio
castle cate whore they Interviewed Jlr Ir Carnexle Carnexlewith CRroelle CRroellewlh Carnetewith
with wlh I view to sccurln sccurlnl nn extension of tine thooption th thopton tineoption
option opton The value nlul of his hi Interest InlPoqt Jlr Ir Carnegie Carnegloreplied Carneile CarneilerellId Carnegiereilloti
replied rellId had Increased Incrrl1 JJOoOOOOO knOOOOI since the theoption tineoption
option 01101 was WO first rt granted Irlntp1 und for another nlnlhor nlnlhorflO anothert000000
flO 1000000 OO In cash IMh o t coot CQI securities pelrlte and an anagreement In Innlrlement anagreement
agreement nlrlement to pa > 177000000 170 O fcr re his In Interest Intprr interest
terest tprr t hn would wCul1 reno rn the option optionTho oltlonThe optionThe
The visitors left 101 In high hllh dudgeon Iudleon and for six sixweeks 111 111WICk8 sixweeks
weeks WICk8 longer 10nlr sojourned sOjournd In a town t01n nearby nearbyThey nnrby nnrbyThpy nearbyThey
They told toll Mr Ir Carnegie tplle where Ihre they could oull bo bofound botoull befound
found toull but hit hutmnonnttmi monntlmu ronllm heH lel1 no 10 communication communicationwith onmunlcnton onmunlcntonwlh
with wlh him He 1 didnt send stDI for them Jlr Ir Car Carnegie Cartiegie ¬
negie 1110 had not nt been nnxlous but blt was 181 willing 1111 tu tusell tucl toetl
sell cl etl Thn failure Illuro of tho scheme Ichemo displeased displeasedhim dlplenell dlplenellhim
him for two reasons rflAon one because becau o the money moneywas moneywas onoy onoyWM
was not forthcoming torlhcomlnl the oth othr r because becausethe becallo becallothe becausethe
the failure lalure so 10 It seemed l emed to him would wouldInjure woull woullInjure wouhiinjuro
Injure the Carnegie Cnrnolle Steel 8tee1 Company This Thllwno ThllwnoIn was wasIn wiusin
In part Iart the reaon Mr Ir Frlck rlck says Ilyn In his bill bi In Infaulty InPlluly iniIulty
Plluly faulty that caused Carnegie Canelle to cherUh per personal Ier80lallnllolty ionsonal ¬
sonal 80lallnllolty animosity toward tOllr him Other ohor reasons reasonsha rln90n rln90nhe reasonshe
he says I will wi bo told tollin In the thl testimony testimonyThere testmon testmonTherla testimonyTIier
There Therla Is no doubt tit there must mlst have been beengrave L beennravo n nrnvo
grave rnvo causes cnu e for the destruction destructon of thn con confidential Ion conlILtentmai ¬ I I111Illal
fidential 111Illal relations relntoM between these two mn mnnwhen mnwhln mnwhen
when It Is I considered conAlderel that Ih t only throe years yearsneo lenr8 yearsago
neo 110 Mr Carnegie Carolil on his hl way to New ew York Yorkplaced lork1lneoll nrk nrkitneed
placed his hI nrm around Baund Mr r Frlcks Frllks shoulder shoulderat sbouler sboulerlt
at lt the Union tnlon station and Inl thus addressed Iddtued the thoattendant tbentendnnl theattendant
ntendnnl attendant reporters reiiortcrsiou r llrtol I Iiou
iou iou gentlemen Icntpmen dont know kno1 Mr Prick rlck The Thenewspapers Thonewrnp Thenewspapre
newspapers newrnp rl of Plttsburg 1ltUburi have hl1e no Idea I < pn of tho thogood thegood
good 10011 he has hal done the city Ilty The tlmo tm will 11 come comewhen 10ml 10mlwhen conicwhen
when you and nnl the newspapers nOIRlapeU nnd the public publicof publa
of Plttsburg lltburl will wi admit that tbatlenry Henry Clay Frlck FrlckIs
Is I the greatest IrCalp8t man mln this thl city Ilr has ha over pro produced po poducol produceti ¬
duced Thats rUW r y1Jf t Haw lUI iMck k11ln k11lnwhat lll ftian ftianwhat an anwhat
what I say sayi sr srnlWI savIRIcI
i ntnic nlWI 10 IIIKI ula AiiMont AiiMontllellof HI111 HI1111ell lIMOUt
t llellof 1ell Tlmt II lie Will 1 Soon fonn have Ine n Plant PlantIn PIl lt ltn
In n Active eln Operation Operation1iuiADEiPllli OIPnlon OIPnlonlIIDEpnU OprrntlonItniIozLpnA
1iuiADEiPllli lIIDEpnU Feb 15 Ir 1 Tho Impending Impendingconflict Imlenlllr Imlenlllronnlct impendingconflict
conflict between Andrew Carnegie Cnrnplle nol his hl htt httmanager I Istnmanager t
manager malaler Henry lenry C Frlck Is I being bolnl watched watchedkeenly walchld walchldkeenly watchedkeenly
keenly by men Interested Intlre lell In the manu manufacture manufacluro menufacturo ¬
facture of steal stj 1 In th s city Thoy ThoI gen generally Ien IenrBlr ginerahly ¬
erally rBlr admit IhatCarneitlo that Cnrnlllo Carnegie hisn h has n n man to deal dealwith Iel IelWllh dealwith
with who Is thoroughly Ihlroulhly conversant cOIer nnt with lh the thedetails thetletnl thedetails
details tletnl of t this Ih business bulnARln1 und tho methods mothodl em employed em1loypl emiioyet ¬
ployed by Carnegie Carnecll In handling handlnl the great I re I con concerns cn cnler8 concorns ¬
corns ler8 with wih which he Is I Identified hlnUleJ ii ntfled One of these thesea th o oI
a I man closely Ill h Identified Idlnll 1 with the Bethlehem BethlehemSteel DethlehcmIeul
Steel Ieul Company Interests inld inldYou all allYou nltYou
You will wi find nll that thlt Frlcks intention Inlontol Is I to PS PStabllsh Is IstaLIAh cctabilsh
tabllsh taLIAh a third thlrllr great lt steel armorplate plant In Inthe InIho inthe
the East What settlement lltrmlnt he will wil have with withCarnegie withClrele withCarnegie
Carnegie Clrele I 18 problematical poblemnlllal but sttvl KI1 men are areconvinced arE areconvInced
convinced 10nvlnc1 that ho has ha an option opton on the plant of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Pennsylvania r nnslnla Steel Company Com pan at Sparrows SparrowsPoint Hfarro1 Hfarro1Point SparrowsPoint
Point and Inlllt It Is I certainly clrtulnly not for turning out outseel outslltl uniteteei
seel slltl rails rl that Ihlt he hI wants wlnl that thnlIllnt plant Ills Iq lii clos closrelations cln8relatola eiocrelations
relations with Collls Colll P I Huntlnaton lunlnllon und tin tinNewport Ihl tlnesport
Newport relatola esport lport News ow shipyards shlplrh mean much nlwh moro morothan moreIhln morothan
than Ihln appears apPf on thn surface The rh New ow York Yorkshipbuilding York8hlpbuldlnl ork orkshipbuilding
shipbuilding 8hlpbuldlnl Investment at Camden Is I likewise Ilkowlsadirectly Ikowlo IkowloIlrpclY likewisedirectly
directly In his line and an between b twlen thorn coming comingdevelopments comlll comingnietalopmenti
IlrpclY lne
developments 1IIIelolmlnt will wi really realy < bn b of the sensational sensationalorder senatonalorir n atonll atonllorr
order orr Give lve hick the elianc Ihnoc8ln1 ehancend and he will willhave WI withave
have tine chance Ihaneonn1 chanceanti nnd he will wi originate a steel steelarmorplate IlpP IlpPnrlorplnto step steparmorplate
armorplate nrlorplnto plant that Ihlt1 will rank with lh the first firston Irst Irston ilrston
on earth earthIf earthIf nrlh nrlhI
If the th Government wants his hi product the theGovernment Ih IhOOlernmll1 theGovernment
Government OOlernmll1 I cnn have It The 1hl Cnrneglo lrpllo Sto Ito1 Ito1COllonr kind kindCompany l lCompany
Company COllonr Is II Ilown for Jrollllhl profits this yesrnmount yesrnmountIng yp r mlnl mlnlhIl
Ing hIl to tiViXXliMX nOn4O It I has hn made IJIOOOUOO IJIOOOUOOin 21000OOin IIJiOII IIJiOIIIn
in n single IIDI singfo e yesr nnd Rnll ann It has hll ninth mlle II through throughFrlcks Ihroulh Ihroulhflckl throumnhPricks
Pricks management mlnl ement The time Is ripe rip now nowfor nol nowtot
for flckl another anothfr deal and Inll this th tiil Is I ImG the deal d011 trick F rick Is Isengaged Isenlllell isengaged
enlllell engaged In bringing brlnllni Into lift II A third steel steelarmorplate 51e steelarmorplsie l lnrmor
armorplate nrmor lale plant 1lllt lent outside out811 the Ihl thecounblnaionts thecounblnaiontswhat combination COl blnllion Is Iswhat f fwhat
what Is l now 10W being belnl organized nlnnlzd and nldln In fact Is Isnow I Inow isnow
now In II existence ollt ICp This Thil Is I the th plant I nnt that thatpromises IhntNOIIeA thatlroniiees
promises NOIIeA to neutralize nutrll1e th calculations I lculnlnns of ollhe ollheallll the thanllcged thenllencrni
nllcged SteelArmor 8tellrlnor Plate lat Trust ami 11 the trust trl t Is Isreally I Irlnly Icreally
allll really rlnly a I fact for the Iron hand U I above the thaTho Ihetor theKrupp
tor torThe The Krupp process has ha been looked lokpl uftor uftornnd ufor ufornnd ufterand
nnd I r understand poces terms have hallen been made The TheCarnegie TheCnrpll TI TICarnegie
Carnegie Cnrpll works at Homestead 10mMIpail end the tl thi lt Ilothie Ilothiehem thle plhlehpm thlehem
hem Steel Works have hlv It I and nlll they gay t 500 5O 5Ocl O OO
000 O cl a year for It and nel a royalty besides be lp antI nndJlr Ind IndIr antIMr
Jlr Ir Pricks Prick organization qralnllition has h8 secured ecurld similar similarrights Ilmllr Ilmllrrllhtl simIlarrights
rights rllhtl He 11 Is II going aolnl ahead ahelll outside of any anydifferences nny111rnc anyiIlfferneea
differences 111rnc s h hI he may IBY have In the tht way ay of suits suitswith 8uls 8ulswll stiltswltt
with Carnegie CarnegieThe CarnegIeThe II IIfhe
wll The turl statement stnllm nt has been bln made Ipatol rpp iepatethiy iepatethiythat atoilly atoillythnt I Ithai
thai the Carnegie llell Company and Ild the Ih H jOllehem ltntlteheniSteel jOllehemHt tl > lehem lehemSteel
Steel Ht pI Company lonlanr nnnrnnny sInce the th United 1nle States Stateslovernment HtIIA HtIIAIJrnm StateIijvornmeint
lovernment IJrnm lt began hlln the Ih use of homflinnda homflinndairrnor hom hnoinsmnniletrrnor lndo lndorrnr
irrnor rrnr plains lIIf lat In 18 1H47 7 have hlo bnnn hln working worklnc In Inconcert Incnncert inenneert
concert that Ih t they Imvo practically rnctc lv ilivl 1111111 1111111Oltmctl dlvitmtl dlvitmtlohitlactA < tni tnicontracts
contracts Oltmctl Joseph JofIh Wharton a I director dlrlclor of the thellcthlohem thelethllhem thetlethletnemCompnnytfllaT
llcthlohem lethllhem tlethletnemCompnnytfllaT Company Comlnny today lob most emphatically emphaticallydenied Iml emphaticallynleitied > hllcaly hllcalydellel
denied dellel this thlaBn1 anti said lalllhat that there was Wi no agree agreement agreemeat ¬
meat between otlpen the two companies In speak speaking IIlal speaklug 81rOI ¬
lug of the manufacture ranlfncturo of armor pinto pintoJlr pintoIr plateMr
Jlr Ir Wharton said 801 that thn United lnlcd States StatesGovernment StatesGovernment HllaA HllaAolerlnlt
Government olerlnlt had not nt nct nctpr netnd d fairly lownrd lownrdthe 10worIthe tnwnrtthe
the makers mallls here and 1111 that the attempt attemptto IttIDI IttIDIto
to dictate a price of f3O 300 n ton has made It Im Impossible innpossible ¬
Ilctnto frcl mllA
possible pORlbll for the two 110 companies comlnnleR to accept any anything Inv Invtllnl anything ¬
thing He e said 8nllhnl that Secretary B orotlry oretry Tracys private prlvatnillegal privateiilegni
tllnl illegal elll bargain lnrlaln with wlh the Carnegie Cnrnlll Company Companywns Com piatA Iny InywnR
wits 1 carried out Olt at the pxpnnsn nf the llcthlc llcthlchum Iclhl Itettilihem
hum hUI Company Conlnny ant anllhlt that It looked loklJ to him as 1 If Ifthi ItIh ifthe
the Government ov rnmnl nut wanted to induce them to togo togo
go Into tina business nf II making mnklnl armor Plato Platoand Ilnto Ilntoan1 Platocut
and 10 then cut each calh others throat by under underAt un cr crbhlrlnl
bhlrlnl At t thelnstancoof Ihe IMtnnce of tho Government lrment the Ileth IlethIchom Ictb IctbIphom Itethichem
Ichom company took up p11 thn tim llnrveylzed Inrloyl1ed armor armorprocess armorNocesl armorProcess
process which cost eoit54O1Ot 01t JriOOOOo Ii for the patents patentsnml IMtKInl lntntsminti
nml Inl a royalty ronllV of f fiO Lit > 0 n ton additional alhltonal The ThoKrupp TheKrnlP Thehrtipp
Krupp KrnlP process was WI next led adopted llnrtell beciiusn hpelln It Ithad Ithnllrnntor Itlint
had hnllrnntor greater roccs power pi 0 ipslManw Iflllln and Inllhlllrco Inllhlllrcon thin price pricewas tiricowas
was n advanced lulnnced Iowcr to tula fr I i5 n ton 101 jlli i ti Ii morn than thanHnrvoylzed thal thainIiarvoyizei
Hnrvoylzed Inrleylz 11 platocost 11010 plate cost To lakMipthcIIarvny lakMipthcIIarvnyIzed talc nnptho lanfY lanfYthlY Harvey HarveyIzNi
Ized process they thlY had put plt In II a hammer weigh weighing weighmhz ¬
mhz 111 I ir r tons 1011 that required rSlulr r 1 nn anvil alvl of iHX iHXtons insxtone IHO IHOtoU
tons toU nt n cost 101 of tlOOOtKX nail when whel the pro proCPSS IroCl process
cess Cl was Wi abandoned nhnnIJtlhl this was n worthless wortllcM AUo AUoamong AI Aioamong o onmonl
among the losses lo s which Ilch the Ih company had to toboar 10Iar totear
nmonl boar Iar Jlr Ir Wharton Whlrton said lall wa tho cost of of1riOO 01frfHIIH ofrnsnI
frfHIIH 1riOO rnsnI Xo that was n pa all nlii d for Ia Jn Crnnsot crolo process processMr processMr OII
Mr Ir Wharton said II that ho had no n objection ob pelon to tothn t tthn tothin
thn Government ovrnmenl erecting prlclnl a plant Illnt fntthomak fntthomakIng fnr or Ihe nlk nlkInl nnak nnaklag
lag Inl of armor nrOor pint php but that It I would woul tn t nn al ex extensive plJenll cxPensive
Pensive anti unsatisfactory pxperlment 11rlmrnt the thoforemost Ihoomnt theforemost
Jenll foremost omnt reason rllOI biln that the I ofllcers onlro who whowould Iho Ihowoulll whowould
would have to Inspect InI lt the tlo plates Intel would woull bn bnloath bA10lth beiottlh
loath 10lth to condemn the 11 tti work wormc ork of those tloo who whowere whowere whowere
were responsible rl1n llo for their structure 8trlelure He 10 ssiti ssitithat nM nMthat II IIIhal
that tho llethiehem Iplhlehem company compalv had dOM satis satisfactory satisfactory ¬
flclory factory work for foreign forelln governments their theirplant IhlrTlant theirTInntwas oi
plant TInntwas was al able ubllio to meet nny requirement relulrpment ant nndth nnlIhy antthey
th they y would wOII continue eontnue to take contract contrlcl abroad abroadbut nbra nbrabut abroadbut
but he wanted It understood InllnrAlool that no European Europeanconcern uruIpnn uruIpnnnMr urorpnn urorpnnconcern
concern had hllloy any Interest or hold In II the Ilcth Ilcthlehem leth lethIAhm lithnensrneonipanymtflttthat
lehem ensrneonipanymtflttthat nMr company 101 n and nnllhll that It Itwas was WRI not nolln In anycom anycomblnatlon any anyconibinatlon com comblnnton
Carnegie Clrnele blnatlon blnnton and Inl had not K shareti tin hMf1 red contracts connac with withCarnesle wih wihClrnele withCarnegie
Only Ully lint Mnr One In in Meht lhl Igtit Out OutNew Olt OltNew OustNew
New York to 1IIorl Port T Tlmpa Tamps mp Fl FlCommencing us usCommencing I ICommelcnl
Commencing Commelcnl Feb F b ISth Penu K H 1 TraIn Tain 861 861A R RA
A JU I u abu above txn Acconmiolitr Atroml < dsl alo slan li IIIlorlla all n riarlU r roru reo reirtm
oru Oth Olhr r trains trOI 132 n toil 0 H3ft 21 P M Apply ApplyAtUntl Ap AVVI7AIISaUQ ll llAt1It0
AtUntl At1It0 1 COMttlni Ct cOMt Jlne Un 320 221Irldw liro mvedwa4p a
iiir llT liv LosiHHf LOXIH nrJiKrrit Iln1r THAT 1101 inn innIMlOHTtXr lUl II7H1Il I
IMlOHTtXr 11 1Il lUIITI1 IORTi V 1 JDIMVCK 4 IIIC8 1 Il VC1 COfftlXVllH COfftlXVllHLord CUV11J COVtI V1s V1slorul I Ilr1
Lord lr1 Iloirb n Itibry rr AVnrni VRrl the Ih OIrnmnL lovrrnmrnl ol olthe If Ifth ofthe
the th Umpires 1 > 11lr Dancer Innlr nml RIIIIIRIII Ilmiinnds More MoreTroniisCiinirrlptlnn llr llrTlul lsr lsrTiouuii
TroniisCiinirrlptlnn Tlul Tiouuii Concrlptlssn lnrltnn Tiilkcd IIIMr IIIMrCbniiiherlnln II if Mu MuClsnuntierlaln Ir IrChllhrlnln
Cbniiiherlnln Chllhrlnln Siiys Sui > s Nntlvos llh Will Wil HH I It Tulil Tuliltu TIII TIIIto Tuskito
to FIlM If 11011 Ilnrrs Invade Their 1Ilr Trrrltnry Trrrltnryffteial Trrlnr Trrlnrpnl TerrItoryepecsiil
ffteial pnl OiM Ch < diuM lIIIntA In TUB TIle Bex BexLONDON CusIoiIoN u
LONDON IoNnO Feb eb 10 111hl IttTine The absonco of further furthernews furthernewl furthernews
news from len OenIord Lord Ilobcrts lobNtl U I Interpreted Interpretedhern Intorprll1 Intorprll1hern Intorpretenthem
hern ns an Indication Intlcaton that Important Importalt opera operalions opumlon opensifomts
lions lon are In progress pOlr I There fherels Is practically Irnctcnly no nonews 10 10n nohews
news n w of consequence n rleno from the Natal nlnl side sideThn Ailo AiloTho sideThe
The chief feature of the situation Iluatol at tho mo moment momont annmont ¬
mont Is Lord Itositberyn 10sb1Y1 somewhat slmewllt startling startlingspeech storihingspeech tnrllil tnrllilRI
speech RI ech In II the House Jou e nf jords yesterday y1tlrday raising raisingtheory rlfRlnl raisIngthe
theory the cry that the Empire Is II In II danger Ilonlur Ills 1 at attack nttack attack ¬
tack upon UNI tho Governments Govrnm IIIIrol proposals > ah on 01 the thaground theIrounll theground
ground Irounll of their Inadequacy was la not lot accom accompanied ncom ncom1lllcd necomtanied ¬
panied 1lllcd by any IIY alt practical prnctcnl suggestion 5ulIoslon ot whnt whntought whntollht whatought
ought ollht to be done doneLord Ionl loneLoril
Lord Iort Hosebery o lblry condemned tint thl Governments Governmentsmeasures Oovltmelts Oovltmeltsmeqlrl Governmentsmeasures
measures meqlrl for an Increase of the forces fOfS as n al altogether nltOllther altogether ¬
together tOllther Inadequate hmlequlh Ho le declared decluol that Ihlt ho did didnot iiiinot 111not
not believe bloe thin Govornmont Oovornmllt appreciated appreciatedthe alprcelatel
the gravity iravly of the situation Iltlntlon In his hisopinion hl hlolnlon isisopinion
opinion tho thl crl Irlol crlis ls was I urgent urlelt nnd nndho nnllho cmlho
ho asked the Government Oormlnt to take tul a larger largergrasp larllr larllrIrnp largergrasp
grasp Irnp of this Iht situation sltlntlon and anl to make mik adequate adequateproposals nIlllnh nIlllnhIrpolnil adenisintetroposals
proposals Irpolnil The question I1 tbl of a reorganization reorganizationof rcofnnlzlion rcofnnlzlionof
of tho Army rn1 ho said lall could C0111 wait wnl but tempo temporary tellO tellOrar temporan
rary ran measures loa ure suited Rulll1 to the tht present lrllnt great greatemergency Ireat Ireatcmlfllcyhoult greatemergency
emergency cmlfllcyhoult should be as largo Inrlo anti sweeping as aspostble ni nifcoslM aspossible
possible postbleLord fcoslM possibleLord
Lord 10111 Salisbury Bolobury and Inl tho Marquis Iarllull of Lnns Lnnsdowne Inn Innlolno InneuIowno
downe In replying declared dclarellhnt that the only
lolno replYlnl onl pos possible IO IOIlble ioedUb ¬
sible Ilble dUb alternative alrntle was wa some Koml sort ort of conscription conscriptionLord conRcrlpton conRcrlptonlrl conscriptionIsri
Lord Hosobery lo80bery did not lot commit himself hllsell In Ineither Ineiher iiieither
either eiher way 1a on this question questionTho iluostlonThu uo tun tunThu
Thu newspapers Illwopnerl oven tbosn Iho 1 which have con concurred COl concornet ¬
cornet Illre1 In blaming blnmlnl the Government GovCrlmelt for lo the theInadequacy IhlIlnlouayof tistilnatleuacy
Inadequacy Ilnlouayof of Its Il original orllnni preparations Iflnrntnnl com comment COl cornmeat ¬
ment on the subject In a I widely wlltly diverse rllrAl manner mannerThe mnnler mnnlerThe InclinerThe
The more 10ro solid ni Conservative eonPmtl journals jOlral like Iko the theSlnniliinl 110 110S tineStasdird
Slnniliinl S < ldII condemn eOIIII1 the ll speech ltch as alarmist cx exaggerated cxRllortplul18lnsnlonnl cxaggorateI ¬
aggerated Rllortplul18lnsnlonnl nndsensstlonnl unit sensational butthejlngooruana butthejlngooruanatire but Ihl thejingoorgancare Inloorln Inloorlnlre
tire lre delighted delightedOne llllhtl delIghtedOnoexcialnis
One Onoexcialnis exclaims Iclalnl Wo o have hal looked for fortho tho thl man manto manlollali manto
to lollali lead Has lao the hour of danger Ilanlcr shown sholn us him himat himnt hilt hiltat
at last In t It I adds a11 that nobody noLo will Ifi now 10 deny denythat sleinythat ny nythat
that Lord Lorlloltbcry Hosebcry is a I man tutu of energy Ilerr and onlln onllnsllrnlnl in inspiration iiiattiratlon ¬
spiration sllrnlnl nnd urges Irlpi the th Government lOlurlDelt to offer offerhim aler alerhim oilerhim
him a I seat In the Cabinet CabinetThe CnLllct CnLllctTh6 CabinetThe
The Maniiiiti Vlil t1eiuun l lu lusts > tt critic erilc declares leclar R thnt thn thnpresent th thIropnt tuevrosent
present sItuatIon Iltuntlol need 1lllot not last much mich longer 10111r to toconvert 10olert toconvert
convert < olert the Ihl whole nation latol to the doc doctrine doctrine doetnino ¬
trine of compulsory cOlulsory servIce lonlcl for nil ni men mennf 111 asciiof
of military I in 11 1111 nr cry ngo a go without wlhout wit heat exception exceptionor IxCItOII IxCItOIIo cxci5t ion ionor
or o privilege lrlllllo nnd nlll ho believes tllofo that Lord 1011 Hose HoseberyH HooeboryII1llch liostberys
beryH boryII1llch upccch will 11 help hiiI to glveshap 11 give Rhlre shape nnd ItllI defini definition nlflntlion nl nllon ¬
lion lon to such feeling teelnl Jleanwhllo h8nwllJ he li ndvlses ndvlsesthe nhloIhp aivlectine
the formation furmnlol of three IhrlG more divisions 11111010 to Ii bo bosent bo bolent besent
sent to Capo nlo Colony Immediately they thl are areformed Irl Irl10rmeJ areformed
formed and all then Ih 1 to raise ral e twelve lello more divi divisions iiivlalone 111 111810ns ¬
alone for home nervlce pnIJe Ho I Is II convinced cOIIlncod that thatmen Ihatmen thatmen
men are lr abundantly nLullanty obtainable obtainableLord oblalablo oblalablo10rd obtainableLord
Lord 10rd Hosobetys loobC 1s speech IIee h overshadows oler hudowA the ex extremely cxtromely t ttrlnlh ¬
tremely trlnlh Important hnlrllnl utterances uterlnCCA of Jlr Ir Halfour Halfournnd lallour lallournol Italfotmrand
and Jtr Ir Chamberlain In reference to the
nol Chlllorlaln II retnrtncl em employment emplorment emtnloyment ¬
ployment of ulnntle natives Jlr Ir Chamberlain ChfunLerlafl stated statedthat statcithat 11111 11111that
that If native nllo territory trritory In Natal nlnlwa was deliberately deliberatelyInvaded JolbHntoly JolbHntolyInvndell dohibtratelyinvaded
Invaded the natives nlles would 101lJ bo encouraged enlourulod to todefend todclnlllhlm todefend
defend dclnlllhlm themselves themselvesJlr oll
Jlr Ir Ualfour Dalolr tIm Ih Fovernment leader leaderdeclared learlr learlr1clarl1 leaderuleclaretl
declared 1clarl1 that should houl tho Doers loerR violate violatetho violatethe 10111 10111tho
tho tacit understanding unlorltnn < hur confining COl I n 11 thin thowar Ihl Ihlwar thinwar
war to tho white rfces e8 the tlo Govern Governniinl COI COIn Governnnt
t r
niinl n int would 10ul < then feel themselves thoDu lvln lves at liberty Ibcty to toreconsider 10reMnshler toreconsider
reconsider their decision not nt to employ ImJof the theblack Ih IhLlnok theblack
black races rnc 811 In the present proeelt conlllct conllct He I referred referredspecially rcllrl1 rcllrl1fleelolY reterrelsieciahiy
specially fleelolY to the sending scnllnl of Indian Inlon native nahe troops troopsto troopto
to that country to fight Ilht the Hocrs HocrsJlr lorA lorAIr IloersMr
Jlr Ir Hulfour Jltour carefully careluly distinguished Jhtnlll hcII between betweenAfrican betwpnArican betweentfnictsn
African Arican natives n IeR and nnl natives nnlle nt India Illla Ho le did didnot 111 111not llinot
not say IIY whether tho Government GoverlClt would wouldemploy euIfemploy ul1 ul1employ
employ the farmer but declared that It would wouldbo w01111 w01111bo wouldho
bo proud to welcome Ieoml tine I ho aid of thin thotroops I thintroop he heIroop
troops offered ottr by the native natve Princes IrlnlcR ot India IndiaIn Inil InilID
carried under ordinary condi conditions eosidltlonc l l10M
In auy war 8r larrlol on con < ¬
tions 10M He I promlsol pnmIAol however hOIIr to moet care carefully er erfuly carfully ¬
fully fuly investigate Inlesllntp the allegations allnlonK against alnlnH the theDoers theDoerA theBoors
Doers DoersWhile DoerAWhie BoorsWhIle
While Whie not committing Iommltnl the Government di directly II direetly ¬
rectly rcctt Jlr Ir Halfourfl lalour8 s peach opened olonel tine Ihl dis distinct II distliiet ¬
tinct IllCt possibility po ILllty thnt before the end 11 of < f the thecampaign II IIeamlnl thecampaign
campaign eamlnl n Sikhs and Glioorkas will wi be fight fighting Ilht IlhtInl lightin ¬
ing Inl in alongside nlon Ile the II llrltl Irllh IrllhIr IInltih IInltihMr h hJlr
Jlr Ir Chamberlains th lbllnlns declaration lernrlon of tho Gov Governments GO GOernments toy toyeminents ¬
ernments decision leclqlol to encourage encournlo and andassist nndosit andassist
assist the nntlvos nnll11 In every ery way In 11 defending defendingtheir Iohnlni lofenthingtheir
their Iwlr territory lerrlory against alalnlt Door Invasion IIIa810n though thoughloudly thollh thollhloully thoughloudly
loudly loully cheered Ih rrll by h the 1 Ministerialists lnlolcrlalst In tIne thoHouse Ihulousl tInehlouce
House lousl meets with ndver adverse o criticism crlclnl In various variousquarters lnrlol8 lnrlol81llrrs variousIjtltnrttrs
quarters 1llrrs especially IccluIY on thoBround tine Irounll ground of the com complete Inl Inlplell corninletS ¬
inletS plell uncertainty unlertnlnlr regarding resnnlnl thin side Ire for which whichthn Ifhlchthn whichtine
thn natives nll11 will II declare Iednro them IhrolI IhrolI10er themselves themselveshoer solves solvesDoer
Doer 10er reports rlPorh of the thl skirmishing pklrml hlnl previously previouslyrecorded Nolollly Nololllyrecorled provionielyrecorded
recorded recorled In the Ih SprlngflcM 8lrllllel1 neighborhood npllhlorhoo state statnthat slal slalthnt statethat
that the British Irltsh lancers lanc rs killed klell live 110 nnd nndwounded Inll Inllwunle1 inn innwoundel
wounded wunle1 nine prisoners prisonersAn plsolor plsolorAl
An Al Kngllsh 1nlllh correspondent nt Chlnveley In a adespatch nIespnch itnlesprttch
despatch Iespnch dated dntll Feb eb Ill 1 says ny Wo aro nr still stillhopeful pll stllihopful
hopeful of relieving rIIIII Ladysinlth LBdyrlh Nothing olhlnl has hasbeen hn hasbeen
been bel received re eled from tho latter Inter place direct llreclocr A AHocr Afloor
floor ocr retort rOlort dated Fob 111 1 says that thlt everything everythingIsqulst OverYlhlnJ everythingis
Isqulst Is lult quiet there thnroA thlre thlreA
A statement statlmlnt Is ascribed to a citizen cltlen of Pre Pretoria Pretorln Protone ¬
tone who arrived nrrllel at Lorenzo Iornnzo JIarques lnfueA on onWednesday onWedneIIY onVednesiai
Wednesday WedneIIY from thin hoer lor camp clmp at Lndysmlth Lndysmlthto lndYllth lndYllthto
to tho effect ot ct that th thi bombardment bmLnrdmont Is des desultory sItsuhtory Il Ilory ¬
ultory ory There Is a shortage horllll of big bll gun gunammunition Iln IlnImmunlton gunammunition
ammunition Immunlton and fresh IrlHh supplies 11 > llon from rota Johan Johannesburg Johnnneblrlare Johanaesbtirg ¬
nesburg neblrlare tire being belnllwnleli belnllwnleliAn awnlted awnltedAn itwnltedAn
An imprecise Ilproclse Hoer 10er report rlIort states thatalarga thatalargallrltlsh that a Inrlo InrloIrll large largeBritish
British Irll h army amy moved toward townfl Colcnso last Mon Jlonday Monslay Ion IonlRY
day lRY and camped Iumpel near Hosch losch Hop This seems seemsto RPemtl seemsto
to tl refer to Gen Hullers lulerl withdrawal wlthrnwal from fromhprliiglleld Irol fromhpnisigllelI
hprliiglleld hprliiglleldA hprllll II IIdeapatch
A despatch from Pretoria Irolorlnlate1 dated Feb 12 I re reports rl rlTrl8 retorts
ports Trl8 that the burghers blrlhor have taken all allthe al allthe
the British nritl h positions poqllonl round Colcsborg Colcsborgnnd Colc Colesbongsnail borl
snail nd the Chronlclfi Ohronlc correspondent corr 8porldAnt at atCope l atCape
Cope npe Town T01n dating dnlnl hh hl despatch IhSlltch Fb FbH
14 says lai there are 110 rumors rumorl that tIne thnllrltlsh IholJrltlh tInelinitisin
llrltlsh lJrltlh have hlo evacuated lRcualnd Ilonsburg Hon8burl and nlJ retired retiredtoArundel rltrc1 rltrc1to retiredto
toArundel to Aruod1 This fhl1 It correct Iorrect supports 811port8 the thl be bolief belef be11sf
lief lef here hlr that thlt Gen Clements Clementl Gen Frenchs Frenchssuccessor Frenchssuccessor renchl renchlueN
successor ueN lor was n Instructed Intruehl to withdraw wlhlrlw when whnnpressed Ifhonpre8s whenpreeseil
pressed pre8s 11 by the thelnemy enemy sons R eta a as to risk no loss Ii of ofhis 01hI ofhIs
his hI reduced rluclll force Gen len Roberts relying relylnl on 01 his hisown hIsown misown
own advance nllance to compel the Ih Hoers loen to return to toprotect toprolct toprotect
protect their own OVn territory territoryThe trrltonThA territoryThe
The House lolsl ot Commons Commol has passed palcl the themilitary tbemllnry themilitary
military mllnry bill bil by a vote ol 230 231 to 34 34lIFi 34Md 1 1II
Md lIFi II FlKUiO ISOH Ct CIVI clstTliTIIS clstTliTIISVIOtflcreSistytlnrepSusiitlersnnsl VITTIKi VITTIKiFive 11 r rIh
Five Ih VIOtflcreSistytlnrepSusiitlersnnsl Officers oml Sixtythree AhIYIIr Soldlur Sllle nml nd Twelve TwelveJXemCombutants T TwelveonComnbatants lv lvnnCorbutnnl
JXemCombutants nnCorbutnnl Killed KI d tip t to Feb S Sffitial arial 3Ipaiil
ffitial rial Cable Cab n nltA inlcfi inTat In I Sot SotLONDON 8a 8a101D01 Sosiouox
LONDON 101D01 Feb Flb 15 I 15The The War Office has h1818uol Issued Issueddespatchas issueddespatehas
despatchas deAlalcho from Irol rota Jfafoklng Maloklnl the Infest being beingdated boln bolndnled beingdated
dated Fob ob 3 They were oro received rllelved through throughCol throulh throulhColllultr throughCol
Col Colllultr Plumer by war of Oaberoros OahPolo They con confirm confrm conflrm ¬
firm frm tho reports reprt that tho Doers 1001 shelled 8hololl the con convent confont convent
vent nnd womens 10ronllnalfr Inager In JIafeklng 3lntklnl and nnllnlso nnllnlsoolhfr also alsoother inlsoother
other olhfr reports relort sent by newspaper nOlnlnler correspond correspondents ¬
eats entsTho eatsThe
entThe The garrison Is healthy healhy nnd nm cheerful checrlul Tho Thocasualties Thecn8ulitos ThocasualtIes
casualties cn8ulitos up uplO to lVb1 1 b3 weroC weo officers omcerl 01 t1 troops troopsand troopislHI troopsstil
and 12 noncombatants IneomLltnnts killed kilel Hofllcurs H orcur 121 121troops 1f I2Gtroops
troops tropR and nJ 23 noncombatants wounded woundolllllU woundolllllUmen and IH IHmen 34men
men missing ml slnl Tho rh garrison larrlon Is I making ralln shells shellsand shuls shulsanl shellsand
and anl fuses with wlb complete cOin pleto success successThe successThe OIe8 OIe8TIf
The TIf Cnsitnltlen n lntt1 Nrur Sllr Ileniliiirg Ileniliiirgj UenhlrJ UenhlrJral flenebsirgpe4l
< j pe4l ri ral < Jl Cabl abl UttpM Depint t IB Tns T fIU fIU11D01 BOX BOXIxNDON StuNLoNDon
LoNDon 11D01 Fob 15 1 15The Tho list Iat of casualties casualtiesamong casualtes casualtesImInl casualtiesamong
among ImInl tho offlcors In the fighting tlhtn near lions lionsburg len8 len8Ilraon lionslurgon
burg Ilraon lurgon on Fob lobl0Inr 10 lOand and Fob Fell 12 1 shows hoI that live lve lvekle1 were werakilled werekilled
killed kle1 and nnt two tIO are mlsslni Iln ln Nearly Slnrly nil ni of these theseofficers theAeomcern thoseolfleers
officers are Australians AustraliansThe AItrllln8
I The TI Wiinder Vnltn of lt the II Nineteenth lnplnll Century CenturyIs ntlr ntlrII
Is the trvlc maintained malllln1 br the IaniiirlTknla IllullII Bell IVtllroM Bellroej
II roM ro ttw between Ieen on N 1 New york ork ant 101 Chicago Chcalo At Louli Lut ID IDdlinipolli 10dluupol Indtaiiapotls
dlinipolli dluupol cincliottl Cloetlot ClmUnd and L eirolt4df VelroltAc >
ci t
iitiTixn uu TI1 ris nvAitn nui ni IV v KUIVIAXD KUIVIAXDCol iw Uh4VV Uh4VVCol
Col 01 Aildlions Allnl Column nllll 11 IIt Ilinil ml Severn MOvrRI Ilruslies IlrusliesWith UruI HruitnesIth
With Ith th tIne I litters In r on I Their TIfir March MnrchAjjertol MarchpedaI Inrehpral
Ajjertol pral Can I IIIpalA 11pikA > ilt > atc to TllR Tlf BUM StTKI BUMIIIOS SinsINlnn
I IIIOS > PON Feb ob 15 IrA A column of colonial colonialscouts colonlnlIcoull colonialeoUts
scouts Icoull Is in now guarding Iuntln Kshowe howe after fler a forced forcedmarch 10rclrlmnrch forcedmarch
march through thrlih Xululand during Ilurlnl which they thoycamo Ihu Ihueaml theycanine
canine eaml Into contact cnntlet with wlh the Hoers lor sovernl sovernltlmoi AUlrnl AUlrnltme severnitlmoi
tme tlmoi Thoynlso 1hoy They nl also o visited Ialoll Isnndhlwann 1 lndhlwonn twice twiceCol twiceCi twiceCoi
Col Ci Adillson < lloon who commanded 10mmlnII1 this column rllmn U Uhighly II ishilgtnly
highly praised lrlllll for his skilful Iklullefllrlhlp Iklullefllrlhlpwo leadership leadershipTwo IeaikreiipTwo
Two wo hundred bUlllrol Dosutos la uto and nlll Zulus reached reanhedDurban rllh1 reachedDnirhjan
Durban Dllban on Feb 13 1 from Irol the Door 10M lines 118 Thov Thovsaid Thovsal1 Theyenit
said they Ih had hll bern commandeered cOlmlntperell from tIne thomines thumlne tInemoines
mines for camp work and the thl building bullnl ot ottrenches 01trplcho oftrenches
trenches trplcho They Tho witnessed wlneue1 the attack ntnck on onCnsars onCn8Ir onCasntrs
Cnsars Cn8Ir Camp CIIII ansi Inl Wagon Wlion Hill lli near nlar Lady Ladysmith Inry Inrymlth Ladysmith
smith on Jan JII n I and also thn th fighting Ilhtlnl on Rplon RplonHop Rfion Rfion1op SpionKop
Hop 1op They y tell lel the usual lunl story of great Irllt slaugh slaughter 11111b 11111bler eltiughtel ¬
tel In the thlloar Doer trenches Irllch caused cll oll by the Ih British Hrltlshshells Irll18b Irll18bKh Britishintiells
shells Kh ll These Th e Dasutosond l Itapsittos lto nntZllla and Zulus offered oIorc1 their theirservices theiroervleeK theirservices
services to the British Irltlsh but ut thoy ware not IOt ac accepted IICceptcd ticcopted ¬
cepted ceptedXRIZES
XRIZES f IiIZL Z8 A 1 MlfLltlX 111lUl A 1 MONTH MONTHTtnnnvnnls 1OV71 1OV71Trnl MOV1J1Trnuienusls
Ttnnnvnnls Trnl Tax Tn on ni the II Output Oltlll of the Mines MinesThe MlneTIns UlnuThl
The Mints 1 Ilusy IlusyPlETKliMARiiznuno Uu Uurtlal Ilusyrir1at
rtlal rir1at CaM Cdt IHplfrti ltA 10 Tlr Tar Au AulIFt11IARIZ StuPtrTNlnanAcilznuirn
PlETKliMARiiznuno lIFt11IARIZ Un Natal Feb 1h 13 13I 13It It Is re reported roo roo110rlJ rottortd
ported 110rlJ that the the Door Inlr Finance Inancl Minister luller Is com commandeering 101 101mandtrlli Coflinnattdtening ¬
mandeering mandtrlli 200000 OOtOO gold lolllllpr tier month from the theoutput IheoltpUt theoutput
output oltpUt ot the mines Tine Transvaal TrnlAInal Govern Govornmont OovornmOlt Governmont ¬
mont mOlt Is I coining coin In 150000 KrtlBer IrIIr sovereigns sovereignseach lovrellns lovrellnstlch sovirtigneeach
each tlch month Fictitious FllttOu silver 11Ar coins coll called calledKnalltti colrl calledIngllshi
Knalltti ln lhh florins Ioln of the tlo dates l teK of 1815 IHl5 Ii and nnllH 1WH 1WHnro IStWIare
are also being belnl minted mlnt1 The dies Iles are Imper Imperfect Imler Imlerfct imperftct ¬
fect but this thll money mOlo was wnl ploced In circulation circulationat circulaton circulatonnt
at Delniron 1 laoa Day Iny last month monthnv ninontlnai i
nv ai 1 LVTIKITOX L IltoMornu IltoMornuTo lIO10fW lIO10fWTn IItOVO tII tIITin
To Coinmiind tolmlnt Bailers Uulr Second frnli IMvlilou 11ltol fur DurIng Olr Olrhl furlug
lug hl the tl Illness 111 uf UI ten Clrry ClrrytftnallaUr Ciqryjeoint Ir1 I I11tal
tftnallaUr 11tal CaU aide tinjalck prA to TitS THJ Ben BenLosDOX Sc ScIoSJosloh ScsIoNlO
LosDOX IoSJosloh Fob lYOen lrOal Lyttelton Lyteltol who tor torrncrlvconimundod tormerlv formerlY
rncrlvconimundod merlv comOllllet eotnmitiihoi the Fourth loutlh Drlundo Irllalo of tha thaSecond Iht thiSecond
Second Hpcolll Division lIIAlon of Gen Oel Duller luler army nrm has hasbeen hubc hasbeen
been bc n appolntnd nplollloll commander of this division divisionilurlng dlIlol dlIlol1Irll divisIonutsirimig
ilurlng 1Irll tInt II Illness IlnelR ot LieutGen LleltOon Sir C F FClery 1 Fltry
Clery Chr ltry Tho latter U suffering 5ulorln from Irol blood bloodpoisoning blol bloodpoisonIng
poisoning pollollnl pollollnllITTIOIWIS poisonIngiriiousii
lITTIOIWIS iriiousii tit 0111 HiLl > ii > WYJ WYJSinnll 1INI 1INISlnl
Sinnll Slnl Investor 111lur Who Whl hin Ilit Ilt In S53 Siiiiiinonies Siiiiiinoniestint IIm IImIh
tint Ih t hut rroinoler Irulllr Im lint it r to S Court CourtJ ulrl ulrlJ 555 Ft
J J T McCurrler 1 1lrrlr General Cenpral Manager Inller of the thoSouth Iheouth theSouth
South American Alflclf Gold Goil GoldMining Mining lnlnl antI 111 Development DevelopmentCompany IhelopmentComlaU ltvelopmentotnpatny
Company otnpatny with offices olc nt 2O lllrolulwnr > Droadway was In Inthe InIhe intIne
the Centre nlre street str ct police polco court yesterday H I rlav after afternoon aftertiootn ¬
noon 1001 In answer nl fer to a summons 61110nll8uo1 iasuoil gued to lolenrv lolenrvQuenc Henry HenryDuecne IknryQniesflt
Duecne n carpenter Clfnhr who hp lives In tho rear ten tenement tcnlwnt tencittent ¬
ement lwnt nt 421 West t Drondway Drondwayue IronlwIY IronlwIYI llroaIwnyijuetae
I ijuetae > ue un ne dlsplayel dl pllrlln In couit coul three certificates certificatesshowing certfentfR certfentfRhowlll certificatesshowing
showing howlll thnt ho had h11 bought bOIht 1Jli shares Khat ot tins thnstock thl thlslock tinsstock
stock ot the lil tin company morn moo than three thrcl years yearsago rlaR yearstigo
ago 11 The stock toel ho snld was WI worthless orlhle arid aridwhen nrll nrllwhell amidwhen
when he hi ti discovered the fact fnt ho le went welt to tine thnofllMiuf thoolhlr tineofllf
ofllMiuf olhlr tin III oompanyivher rlmlalyhcr ho was InR told that hn hntouldn hl hlcOIIIln Innconilin
touldn tet et 4 41 It penis for It I It hail cost Iosl him himiViri himi hIm hImr
iViri i r i it 41 41 cents cC111 u 1 share shareTho slnaroThe hlr hlrTho
Tho company cOIIam ueconllng 11orlnl to tl ti the certificates certificatesIn certlcatel
In Ouesnns lupon4 possession Is incorporated under underthe unlterIhlllw unitertht
the Ihlllw lawsif latss It W Wel st Virginia Irllnil Irginla end on lm la Inns n capital caplnl of ofKIOUOIKH off oflXcien
KIOUOIKH f fI lXcien IIH I The 1h cTtlllcntes crtlente < bear Inr the II name of ofI 01I
I Ioioinbunl lulOILIII of sliMs IllHllellnaton Lexington avenue who Is IsPresident IqrlIII IslreslItnt
President I rlIII nl nail Jl I II I Donovan Vonolln a I is1i t 1 flier nifrehnnt if flieritnatnt
ehnnt of KiH IM Sixth avenue nllnl ns R Secretary Secretaryrnltoi tIcretar iecretnryIsiltel
rnltoi 111101 ttifen Inll Senator H I F Pfttlgrownppenrs PfttlgrownppenrsIn 1lt iettigrnw rw appears appearsIn
Illnt itent In the Ih urospoctus lrIICIIS as 1 director and VleoPresl VleoPreslJuosno 1101 nrrnrl reel reslIllnt reelitent
IllntUIOO Juosno UIOO snld nl1 he hI rend nn advertisement lvort tmlnt nf the thecompany thoIollany thecoisnIlany
company In II tine fit tYanrit frllrj Xarirr I Itullitin JluJtn for forDecember forDecemherl forIJecennhner
Iollany December Decemherl IHIHI IHIII and nnt on olihu thin strength trrnlth of It ha haCounsel ht iiimnvnttI
InRI mnvnttI his hssavIags avln In the 10mDrnV 10mDrnVloun eomcpnv eomcpnvounsci
Counsel loun 1 for tine thl company contended ntndl1 that thatQuesnort Ihatful StintQucenos
Quesnort ful nel claim oln1 was emllny one onl that should be tried triedand trl11and tilttianti
and adjusted nIu lllt In a I civil eht court court Magistrate 11lltrale Crane Cranerefused Crl inns innsrtnltiset
refused rrl to take a I enmplatnt anti ndvlsed ndvlsedyuesne nlls11 nilvlsttlQnesne
yuesne n to go to a civil cl1 court ellri for redres rllrR
11 31 H Donovan JO has hlq been on out of Silt company companyfor compnyfor companyfor
for 1 two 110 I y ytir in ri Hehald le lie said al last night that It was wasorgant7 wasorgfltn57i nt ntornnI71
organt7 ornnI71 > d three yours relro ago nlo by U McCarrler eCrrlfr1ho eCrrlfr1hololh who whoIs winoIs
Is lolh the promoter lrnIOI ltrnsnnos r of this Ih scheme chlle ant who ho had hadInterested h11IntrII1 haili
Interested IntrII1 i ii I rtstst fome totl stin renpta PI p ln In the th West S st In It ItAmone Itnssng
Amone 1011 nssng these th was Henator Inlior Pettigrew lelilrw a friend friendof Irlnt
of MeCarrier Who Win also comes 10110 from Irol South Hollh Di Dikntn L I IInll ikotin
kntn Inll Iclallr According e onlinl to Mr M Ir r Donnvnn 101Ion the Ih company companyowns companownM companyowns
owns mining Ilnlno land Inlll in Colombia olomll but had not notbenn notb notbeats
beats b able nliA to rnle ralt rdc money rnn man to develop IhI lol It ItI It itI
I put pUlln In snveral Irll hundred dollars dolnr sail al Jlr JlrDonovan Mrfloninvat Ir IrDonlvan
Donovan Donlvan alit n1 was mill n I director In tho thoconcern Ihleoncr th thconcern
concern and got In out Olt two years eorl ago nll nnd nll got Jnt my mymoney mymoolY mytunnel
eoncr money moolY back hnck Th h > par value nlu of the t I Ii shares har8 IK issin
sin 10 11111 antI 1 should say about Iboul 2000 noo of the Ihl stock stockhud Rock Rocknl stockhut
hud nl b ben > > en n taken Inkol by lY persons llk Ik like yussne fU I I Idont IIlnnt Ilout
lout think senator plator Pettlgrew Illrl1 put ut in much muchhut nnnichibttm
hut 1 he h is I a irlend llen1 of Jlr Ir JleCnrrle Irnrrll and ni I his name nnmwas Mi namewas I
was Ia suppose stilltiSCI I to help h lp It I wan IIH on Mr HrColol Colom Colombanlsndvleo olonntnn1s
banlsndvleo bani tnn1s nhlcp that I put money In but blt 1 got gotout ot otOUI
out 10 because 1 IIR I concluded concludtt I did Ill not 10t know knowenough knuwlnolh knowenotsgti
enough lnolh ettK ettKJlr eMI about mining Ilnlll to protect 1Ict my own Inter InterettK IntoreMI InterMr
Jlr Ir Colombini who wln U I a church decorator decoratorand 1lratnr 1lratnrnlJ ikeoraternil
and nlJ also nl1 the II President lrtl nt of the Jfetropolltan JfetropolltanFIoctrlo MetroioljtinEiotrie Iclrololtln IclrololtlnEo
FIoctrlo lrlo nlulptnent Company COlfolr publishes pll18hp thin thiniitieis
> Eo 7 1 fhllci iitieis > Viinci rlullont Aariff ii < Ijpr IMMln 1M II which v Ii Itli Is I dis distributed ii I is istrthntittti ¬
tributed Irihulplilmonl among th parishioners parlllon n for nothing nothingthe nothlnl
the Ih publishers pILIIIr only olly income ncemo being btlnl from Irol from tho thoadvertisements IhonllrIAcmcnt ttnoattvertieennene
advertisements advertisementsJtOlllIKlt nllrIAcmcnt nllrIAcmcntJOIW attvertieenneneJjIIIUJ
JtOlllIKlt JOIW AMI1H lJll 1 K I JAK JAKHnenk J1 J1Snk J4gSinenk
Hnenk Thlrves Secured urf1 SIfiO 8I 0 Worth Wnrll nf nflloiity oflionty I
lloiity 10011 nt Ills Il iii House ttouirltths Until lnll CniiBht CniiBhtSmith CnlKhl CnlKhlSmih CisisgintSmIth
Smith Smih K Lane Inll former forwrr Park Commissioner Commissionerand CommltAlonlr CommltAlonlrInll
and Inll nt present Ic nt a I member ot tho last nst Illver IllverHrldgo Illr IllrIrlllo hilverlirilgo
Hrldgo Irlllo Commlsalon COlmlllon complained eompllinell at the theKast Ih IhJaqt tineIast
Kast Jaqt Thlrtyllfth Thlrlllh street police Iolco station stationon I I lon lonon
on Wednesday WIlnelIlv night nflht that some time tlmalast Ile IleIld timelast
last Ild week sneak Inpnk thieves thllc bad hld entered his hishouse hlihou hitsmouse
house hou at lt 111 1111ollnilon Lexington avenue and had hal taken takenjnwolry tnk takenjetvuiry n njfwolry
jnwolry jfwolry und Od clothing clolhhll to th tinn > value of 1500 1500Cnpt 1r00 1r00Cnpt 1501Capt
Cnpt Cnpt Delaney lLlnoy himself went to work to hunt hUlt UP UPtho II siatin
tho th thlevc He 11 obtained obtnlnl from frol tine servants IPrnnt In InJlr InIr inMr
Jlr Ir Smiths house a description dClcrlton of two sue suspiciouslooking 8U 8Uplclou sueplciotisIook ¬
piciouslooking plclou plciotisIook look Inl itig podlcr Inlieri who VhI bad been beentheru hrol beenthnero
theru ther lately ant from this description descriptionDetectives dt descrIptionIetectlves erl lon lon10tectlc
Detectives Julnlnn fulllln aunt In Wnlsh Wnlrh yesterday yesterdayarrested yesterhttynrnisteii nterllnyarrIIIfhnrll
arrested 10tectlc arrIIIfhnrll Thomas Smith lh alias al Jim Ryan 1nn alias aliasJim nlnl nlnlJim aliasJim
Jim JIcLuuuhlln un In nxconvlct nJcnlII ot 234 U East KastThlrtyHixtf1 EastThirtysixtt nMt nMtThlrlyIJlr
ThlrtyHixtf1 ThlrlyIJlr lcnnlhln street ftrel They rhe found fOi I it I number lumblrlI lumblrlIJnlltckh nuinnbsrofinwsnticksts of ofpawiitlckets
pawiitlckets on 01 Smith Smih for fo 1 clothing clothlli anti nndjewelry Rn1wolry antijesvelry
jewelry Jnlltckh wolry aunt nil after allr qu lu1onlne tlotilng him they theytook thp thptouk tinytcnuk
took ml Inll into custody cUlloIy John Henley 111111 of 1IH 1IHKnst llKEalt I 18 18Fast
Fast Ealt Thirty filth lnh street tlt his lnl cousin cousinTho 101ln 101lnTho cotisinnJIio
Tho two were wlr taken tlkln to the Ihl Yorkvllle nrkIA court cOlrlal1 cOlrlal1wero and andwere andwere
were 10lny 10lnyYrtlrlln remanded renllnded back to tho station stilon until untilYesterday unt untilafternoon
Yesterday Yrtlrlln afternoon atlrnoon the police plc with wih the thl nld nldof nlllof allof
of the Ihl puwntlekets llnthlell recovered some OII of the thostolen Ihetolpl thestoists
stolen tolpl clothing elothlnlnnd and a revolver rllolor that had 1111 been beenpawned bpel hiensniwtneh
pawned pnwllln In the HoTery 10ry They 1 hey hope to find tntlhe tntlheJpIoln the thejewelry tinejevolry
jewelry JpIoln bcfnmthe Iltorlho men ate 10 taken Ink n to court < this thisafternoon Ihl IhlIIArnon thIsinftnrnoon
afternoon Included Inclulel In It are a clutter clulllr ring rinivalued rln rlnalued ringsaluod
IIArnon valued at fHKI Htx and a I gold lollwltch olil watch The thefts theftswere th theftswire ts tswPe
were committed commlto1 a on Feb h 4 and allllb Feb H Jlr JlrLanes MrLanes r rInle
wPe Lanes servants have hlve Identified Idpnt pd the men ns the thapedlers tb tbIuilera themolIere
pedlers Inle Iuilera who called calellat at the house houseChicago hOUMl hOUMlCIleRCo inousChicago
Chicago CIleRCo Orner Crn cmiv r linings 1rlll K4IOOOO K4IOOOOCincino IUoO IUoOCmcoo 440000ChIcAno
ChIcAno Feb l b 15 lCChnrle8 15Cinarlee Charles 11 1 Farwcll Jarwcl has hassold hascolt
sold 01 to Otto Young Younl the property at tine north northeast northenlt northeast ¬
east enlt corner ecrasirof of Market Marketanil Iarkt nnd Monroe lonrO streets 8trlolH for flr for410OX
440000 The sale Is the th most Important one onethis OMthll onetints
this thll 1000 year fllr In thin wholesale whol ale district olrlcl Imprtant nail was wasnegotiated 1 wasnegtlnted A AIlolnlcd
negotiated Ilolnlcd on n cash Ilsh basis Ioslo The hp property prorerty has hasn a an
n frontage IrontllO at f IHO 110 1H feet Illt on Monroe lonrO street Ilrtpt the theeast Ihoeasl tineeast
east DO 10 feet I t having hovlnl it I depth Iplh of IHO and all the re remainder roo roomllnilpr nomninlsr ¬
mainder mllnilpr n depth 10lh and nnt frontage Ironlnle frontasmeon nn Market street streetof stret
of 110 10 feet feetSympathy feetSmpRll feetSynnpathny
Sympathy SmpRll for the Ill liners In In Wlmlniion Wilmington Del DelWHMINOTON ft ftWn1UOT0I DciWizMoroN
WHMINOTON Wn1UOT0I Del Del Feb 15Tho City Coun Council Conncl Councit ¬
cit cl this evening olenlnl by n unanimous Inlnlmous vote ate adopted adopteda ndolter
a I resolution rUloluton declaring sympathy SYllalhy for tke Ile Doors Doorsand Joou Joouall Boorsant
and all expressing Iprolll the hope hOle thnt thlt tho President Presidentwould Irnsldent Irnsldent1oul lrneIlontwould
would 1oul take iteps steh to act ns ni a mediator mprilor between betweenthe bllwpAn bllwpAnth betweentint
the th contending conlendlns parties Ilrl s Thero are thirteen thirteenmembers thirteenmomhrl tinirteenmembers
members momhrl In the council counci three threl of whom are nroHepubllcans nrt arehtepubllesns
Hepubllcans lpubllc8nR A copy IOP of the resolution rl80luton U I to be besent belent besent
sent lent to Pretoria PretoriaIlnll lretorlnInl lrctoniahail
hail Inl for nn Alleenl II I Traitor Trnllorfl Trlnr Trlnrtl1 Traitorpecn
fl pecn > rcial CaY C4I l III 1spie > iit > < if I MTilE I TII Suv SuvCAiK Su SuCUl StesCAIa
CAiK CUl TOWN 1 Fob 15 IIAIOtAY 15Attorney Attorney Jllchan tchan who whoIs whoIA whois
Is charged chnrlel with wih treason trcaRn wine admitted nIIOlt to ball balltoday bal balltonlnty
today The attorneys ulornlYI for the Crown made mnlil no noobjection 10 10ohlolon noobjection
objection ohlolon to this action Icton Mr Mlchnn lchan deposited elool11 elool11t20
each t20 enlh 2000 and two other sureties surotos qualified qunlllJ In II 100 100each IO IOenlh 1O 1Oeach
A t Thlrlyllnrie TIlrllnrO Ioud IoudA
A blif bllool bi spool of wlrocablo wire enblo weighing wollhlni fiftytwo fiftytwotons fiftytwotons lyto lytotOM
tons wns WO wastaken taken Ilken last IIAt night nllht from n lighter Ilhler nt tints thufoot Ih1root tintsfoot
foot of Wont Nineteenth street Itrllt to the Metro MetroI Metrotoliten
imlltnn Street Hallway Companys bulldlnu at atI alnnl atltioaIway
Htrelt UalwlY ComlnlYs bllllll
I Dtoadway Illton and Houston louMton street tect The e spool spoolrested iiooiresttnI onl onlrelll
rested relll on 01 a nnl low truck and Ild situ thirty horf hor horses ts s were wererequired weayequired fe ferequlrld
required requlrld to haul baull It The length lunlth of the cabl cablI cableIs
I Is n Itto little more ni ore than tour mlos mites
IXIIIHlmT tTIlUst41IET T AXD AVI INI ins 11 inns lU1 norn nornOf IWTI JJVTII2CTMM
llC71MS Of 0 e ftltl1 111 IHXIUK IHXIUKThe 1IU 1IUThe flOUUtTine
The Innernl Lost LOl a Piickctbunk Ilektblok Containing ContnlnlngHevrrnl Contnlnlli ContainingSeveral
Several InrRI lliimlrnl 1111rel DullnrsJIri1 UIRr lr liar liarrlloiii IRr IRrrhol liarriionis
rlloiii rhol Niillin NII Iorgnl lorlll nn Oi hrrrrnt hrrrrntChecki fyrnt fyrntChekThA hrverntChecksThis
Checki ChekThA ChecksThis Tbls Inils 1 DUeovfrfil Ihclr1 Itrrenlly ItrrenllyINIUXNAPOMS nrentl nrentlbUIAIII ItecesithyIttIliNA1fliiR
INIUXNAPOMS bUIAIII Feb eb 15It Ii 15 I It beeanio bflnlo known knowntoday knlwn knlwntolny knswntodny
today tolny that Gen Oln Harrison Inrhol while whie In Paris last lastfall Instfal lasttail
fall fal was M robbed of several 1IIlrnl hundred dollars lollfllll lollfllllthat and andthat mintGnat
that Mrs Ir Harrison larrl on also 1110 lost los n largo IIro amount of ofmoney of10nu ofmoney
money 10nu which was Wa obtained oLallpl1 by foriterles lolMlp8 but butwhloh LutwhIch butwhloin
whIch she Bhl did dil not discover dl coor until unll n few 101 days daysago dnYl iiaysago
ago nlo According Alorllni to the story which became becamecurrent beelmo beelmoeurrent becamecurrent
current today tlay the General Conernl conformed cOlfomed to a ncustom acUKlom acustom
custom of all ni wealthy persons lOrlM when visiting visitingParis vlllnl vIsItingParis
Paris IRria and nlil employed a valet young n OUDI man Inn who whocorns whoenme whocnmeto
corns cnmeto to him with excellent oXlelent recommendations recommendationsOne rcommenlntons rcommenlntonsOne
One day lay he misted his hil pocketbook containing containinga Iontallinc Iontallinca
a large larllUm sum of money He le did not suspect IIUIpct the thevalet thenlel tinevalet
valet anti nnllhoulht thought that he had lost lo t thu money moneyon mono monoon
on tho street streetDuring 8tr streetInuring ll lllurlol
During lurlol tho Ill stay tnY In Pnrls Mrs Ir Harrison Inrrloon or ordered orloral ordorcii ¬
dered loral curtain eerlnll dividends 1ldenlls that were rl coining conln to toher toher toher
her from American Derl al stocks to be sent sClt to tl her h r at atthn ntthA atthe
the French capital nplnl but none n011 of the checks 111rk was wasreceived WMrocllvlld wasreceived
received rocllvlld nail elms ho antI nlil the General 0011111 returned rolurnt to tothis tothis totitle
this country Iouotry without wihout having hlvlll hoard from Irol from thn thnstock thntock thestock
stock dividends dlvilleld Sine assumed a Aute1 thnt them themmlent Ihlrn Ihlrnmllh inert inertmight
might mllh bo some irood 1001 reason for tho lie tlolay delnl and andtha nnlIhe ciiitine
tine matter rnsto rllto 1 Ilhlt that way for some 8010 time tme She Shethon HhnthOI SInethen
then thOI called calell tint attention Itcntol of the companies comD nlos to totho tothe tothe
the fact net that tine dividends dlvllllnd were overdue ovtrluG ant nndwns nnlWI antwas
was WI surprised slurl1 to learn that check ch ckl had Iad been beensent 111 benitsent
sent lont to her nnd had hnl been returned r turn d to the thesender tbeRllller theseniler
sender Rllller properly Indorsed Indor611 and pall paidFurther pallFurlier pallFurther
Further Furlier corresiondenco eoreinlnco upon the subject slbjclt re resulted roo rooultll nosuited ¬
suited ultll In the cancelled cnnltled chocks cholkl beIng belnl cent Ilt to toher tohr tohitc
her and she then Ilcn discovered rl8colrod that they the had been beenpaid becnIRIl boenjaiti
paid IRIl by n Paris Jarl bank and Rnl that Ihlt her name writ written writtcn written ¬
ten In nn In Imitation Imlnlon of her signature 811lature was In en endorsed el cnnhorsed ¬
horsed Iorol upon thorn Tho General O nrol and Mrs JlrsHarrUon MrsHarrison Ir IrIlrrhon
Harrison Ilrrhon are now convinced oIlnco1 that the thl forgeries forgerieswere torllrle torllrleWlrA forgerieswere
were WlrA committed oommltel by b the tl valet who had hl1 the run runof runat mm mmof
of their Ihllr apartments In Purls IlrlR nnd they also nl o be belluvo 11 behiov
lluvo luvo hiov that It was he wlu wh secured tho Generals Generalspoekotbook lenlrl lenlrlokotbook lentmelspocketbook
pocketbook poekotbookWhat pocketbookWhat okotbook okotbookWh3t
What course they will wl pursue pur ue has not nt yet yetbeen yotLel yetbeeti
been Lel decided dello < Gen Oel Harrison Jnrilon would 011 like lke to toprosecute toroecuto topmosecute
prosecute roecuto tho mo forger forlpr but he docs Ioel not 10t want Int to tocross toCtM tocross
cross CtM the ocean lln for thnt purpose IUI nnd I the thechanws thochanc tie tiecinancie
chanws chanc matter aro that nothing nOlhln will 11 bo dona 10110 In the thsmatter Ihl thennatter
TO 7 turn ii I 1 II nriv 1 11 11 S I IDr 1JIII 1JIIIUr Jo w wDr >
Dr Ienrions lIRrlln Hnyn Sn Hloti IU Kilnnitlotml 1 lnntlllllltln Institu Institution linstitninnt ¬
tion 1011 Wont onl 11 let It ItCIIIPAOO I ICUUAno ItChicAno
CIIIPAOO Feb Ib 15 I have havt already given clvennwny Ilven Ilvennwn givenaway
away nwn J2fiOO000 iOOO said ull Dr D 1 K I Pearsons IIar8 < n the thaaged thenied theaged
aged Chicago philanthropist phllthrliMt today tdny antI I Ishall 1Ihnl Iemail
shall Ihnl soon OI complete comlleto tint tln work of distributing distributingmy Ilsrlbulnl I Imy
fortune by b giving Slfiooooo 1 0 i ipor
my 11111 mvny nlal awn more morepercent moret
t 2 percent por Icnt annuity anlully Is I to be paid mo 110 from fromthese Iromthe mornthese
these the be be1U beucsts > iuo ts nnd nlllhll this will 1 1 afford II0rd mo enough enoughto enoulh I
to live Ilt on 01 comfortably Then when I go 1011 nil nilwill tillwill
will wi bo bt over and I wdl 1 hay hal nothing nothll to do ex except excelt cxcent ¬
cent celt to got et Into my m coffin coffinDr Iomn IomnIlr comaIr
Dr Pearsons lenronH announced nnnouneld hlt bIl Intention of di dividing dlvill diiliug ¬
viding vill ni hh wealth among nmool worthy Wllh charities chnrlll s and andeducational nnl andeducatIonal
educational lllucnlonnl Institution h1llulol yesterday IAlldny and oll the theresults Ih Ihre thereennlts
desk results re u today toly were 111 decidedly dcclJctly In f evidnactu > vldne Itnc around Iroul1 his hisdesk Ils Ilsdqk tiledesk
TltYIX Fiftysis letter already nlre r this Ihl morning morlnl said Mil
Dr Pearsons lpnlonf and nld probably Irolaulv < twleens I twins If I n as ninny Inn to tocome II I Icometneinriy
come rOIllpnrl cometneinriy nearly nil ni begging belllniletur letters whining Ihlolll Im Implorlnx 1mplorlol innploring
plorlnx plorlol wishing wIsh In to cull CII my attention ItUeltlon to this thisthat Ihl Ihlthnt thisthnatorthe
that thnatorthe or orth thn other thing thlnl 11 No o use Tore ore them themall Ihcm themcli
all tip < 1 No bggars U 118 need ties apply apnl My Ir plans Inn tire nrnmatured lrA lrAmllurllllt tiretinctured
matured and my money moel arI shall I 11 so IO where whor 1 have havelong hll1 tinveotig
mllurllllt long Ohl otig felt I IL that It woultf do t I tie be most tCHt good IMd I will willsaythli willsnty
saythli snty II this That nnn nlnl none of the tl wealthy wPllh colleges collegesalready CIe CIefnlono1 collegesdreamy wi
already endowed fnlono1 with rich funds IUII can Inl get getmuch IPt IPtmnch getmuch
much from trm romn mp 11 I Intend to helpout Illrotl tho Ihl poor poorotruczlhg poorIllfutlono poortmtggting
otruczlhg Institution Illfutlono which Ihlch are justnt Just n as vain valuablo vainall nIU nIUahl
ablo all as I the wealthy rnlhY schools schoolsI hMII
I nm rather proud of thii Ih fact that I made mndemy mademy
my money myself mV III struggling slrUIJln up from a mnre mnremr con Ion Ion11110n ¬
dition 11110n of ii r abject poverty lOVrtv I laos hlH Ul hail 1111 n great Irlt
deal of ofpeasumt pleasure Iuur In making mnklll the tll money mone nnnneynnntl nnd 011 nm nmcettlnc nmcrtl anngdttlflg
cettlnc crtl e pn t > n inorn Ilor enjoyment 1jonlnt out 01101 of illvldinc illvldincthe ihhln ihhlnthe hIvldIngtine
the millions mllln 1 will wil h hp practically pnclllly my own ownexecutor owntI auntexecutor
executor tI Ulor In thus I hu distributing Ihlrllllnl mv IV property prorerlr proniertynni proniertynniinsides and
insides t tltr doing tolli ns n much mich gooil 101 ns 0 I < > an al at will 11 save savealmlnl RalU RalUtp savealminietrators
almlnl alminietrators tritors fees tp nml Iflllnhrlnlce Inherllnnce tax Items Itemsof ittinnsof
of no II small mol slgnlllennuo KIIIIAnCI Mor Mortover orolr over I Ills Illsof hope hopethat hneIhat hntethat
that my example ex mpl will wil plea pllno nienuso o others otlwrl rlcln rlchr rlchrIrlt rlclnruniOn r rnipii
uniOn Irlt and that they tIIY will 11 come forward with withportions 1llhpr with withprtlons
portions pr on of their riches richesA rlchl richesA
A II few PW days dny morn 10rn and I shall Ihan bn h 80 10 years yearsold Vlr Vlrolt yearsoil
old olt Then fhln I will 11 rest r t enjoy ljw the pvenlnc of my m
life iA and feel n comfort In II knowing that llt tlio tliowealth tin tinwealth
wealth wcnlh I earned has hn not been misspent misspentIIVHfUn 11 misspentIUyI Int IntIITSI tl tlwcnlh
IIVHfUn IITSI VXHKU IVI 1 HIS B TKULMtr TlUCIl Vtlt VtltThird tff tffJolurmnu CAIrThird
Third Avenue Mntnrnmii Irolmhly nilnilril nilnilrilTrjliiB nlnII nlnIITrtur liiinulunITriiinr
Trtur TrjliiB t In Itrpnlr lInlr tInt I IliuiKli IliuiKliCar 1lulll VlntugtsCar
Car tifl I of the Third Thlrlllnuolnl avenue line etude qn the thehill thehl themill
hill hl at lt 135th street and nn Amsterdam 1m leflam avenue nvcnunla nvenuoInqt avenuelast
la last t night Illht whllo whlo on tine way to Fort ort George GeorgeWilliam Oorle OorleWiiam GeorgeWilliam
William Wiiam Nichols ofIII 01 I West WClt 1jnth I Oth street trr t the thomotorman thlmotorlBI themotoritnan
motorman motorlBI remarked that the plough pJOIIh was out outof outof
of order and nd thnt inst he know enough about aboutunderground nboutInllrlrllnd aboutumiIergmotmnd
underground Inllrlrllnd trolleys troly to bo able ILI > to repair relalr the thedamage Ihl tineslannag
damage llmal He 10 climbed olmbell beneath belalh the car Iar nml Imd Imdbeen hnth hiattlion
been h ol nt work there n few III minutes tlnlM when wh n his hisscreams hI hI8erlm tilesertnsms
screams 8erlm ciu clufllhp cautet ed tine passengers to leave the car carIn cnrIn earin
In n hurrr They 1hlr were IUOIOIfrA asklnacaeh nklnl esklng eacin h other what whattlm wha whatthe
the ln trouble was wa when whcI n showor of oiectrlo oiectrlosparks elclrlo elclrlotluk oUetmiosparks
tluk sparks shot hot out from under tIne car carWhen oarWhpn earSintn
When the motorman was ilrncaed Ilr ulrngeet 11 out Olt ho was wasuneonsclous wlq wlq111on wasnintonsclous
uneonsclous 111on llous and his iti taco locI was 01 blackened ullrknpil nnd nndburned Inll Inllhurllly isntltmnsneil
burned hurllly by tho tht electric current lurnll Ho 10 was taken takento takenlii
to tine II J Hood lon Wright Wrllhl rtght Hospital IhHIlnl where wlrl thn thndoctors Ih IhloltOr tlnuloctors
doctors sight sightnm ahrhlI etgintIIISt loltOr said Inl ho would wUlll probably Iroblb y lose lo o his hll eye eyesight eoahrhl eyeetgint ¬
nm I JsirKs A I rinoirv 1111 TO IIIK 71 irv If IfnUr trIxne trIxneSaltpr > s sWalter
Walter nUr 1 Hlnnrlmrits nlnlrlrtl Vlilinv Cnrrlo nines Out OutIlls 011 011II OutIlls
Ills II Instriii 1IIIrlrlol 1IIIrlrlolH41 lnstrssmtlosn lnstrssmtlosnSAN tloiM tloiMSAN
SAN H41 FBANCIRCO FllCISCO Fob 15 l 15Waiter Walter Wlitor J Blanch Dlanchard mnnchani Blanchamth
ard a I former tOr10r New ew Yorker Xi 8 years rnrl of age agpdied nlO nlOdlel agedied
died dlel this week and oll left directions dlrctol that his hisbody hi hi1IIIy hIsholy
body 1IIIy should onld be lt cremated Iremltot and olil tina ashes ashesf lhts lhtsI ashespemnlttrei
f cattertd If I the four tOlr winds wll18 by b his hi widow wlilnwIlls wlnw wlnwII widowlila
Ills wl 11011 wishes heH were carried Ilrrh1 out 011 on Oi Tuesday TuesdayThe TIfdlv TIfdlvho TuesdayTint
The ho widow wMol went nt out Olt to the Ih big bil American Amerlcln ship sub subShnonainiloaun 11
fihenandoah nnd titers In time of
fhanallooh In Ihl presence sev several sttnrtsl I Ipril ¬
eral pril relatives re1atvI ant Ir friends 1110 the A ashes were werescattered wereseattereil Irl
scattered sCterell Cart Jturphy urphy of the Hhenandoah Hhenandoahhnd Hhanronh Hhanronhhn1
tint much trouble to Induce his hi crew efw to help
Iwll IwllMr
Mrs Mr Illanehard 1IIhlCI ns they wore superstitious superstitiousnbout superstitIousrtiauit uper
11011 nbout handling alln the Ih items nshnsHlanelmnl ashoIlnophar1 itemsltlanetnanuiwes ltonl
Hlanelmnl Ilnophar1 ltlanetnanuiwes was mp of this th founders rOi of tho thoCorinthian thoCorlnlhlnn tineCorinthian
Corinthian 1lcht a acht Club tlub of Han 8 I Francisco Franciscopintr franllhlo franllhloPII nmnsiciscoPltOI ntrl
pintr PII UKOWX Ilt or 01 rtiK ri1 Y1L nvnr nvnrKnnrkeil IitIflrKnocked VUlt VUltKnnrk1
Knocked Down Jown li I by n Horn lur Car 1 Ulilln I on onIlls onII onIlls
Ills II Wnjrto Wnl iny tn this 111 Oriinil Clrull Crntral Crntrnlllnlnn CrntrnlllnlnnWhie Stalliin StalliinWhile titatiunWinito
While Whie Prof lrol Ilobntt Drown Irown of Yale University Universitywas lnlerlty lnlerltywnl
was wnl crossing IroKlnl Fortysecond street etrlcl at Sixth ave avenue aveflue ¬ I Inuolat
flue nuolat last nIght nllht he was 1 knocked knocktl down roln by a west westbound Wlt Wlthounll westItounI ¬
bound horse car just Ju t as a ear approached npprolchc1 on ontho onthl ontiso
tho thl other track from tho tii opposite oppoolo direction directionPoliceman directon directonIolemln dlrcctiotnPoliceman
Policeman Iolemln Murphy witnessed 11 K 1 tho tin accident nlplllt nnd nndhe mnniiiii
he 111 hurried hurrlll to Prof Pro Hrowns llrwl nsilslnneoand nsilslnneoandlifted 11 mteslstnnee Itnnp Int an nfl nfllifted I IIIId
lifted IIId him 11m from the til dangerous Ianlrou position Mlion in inwhich II Innwhich
which hn h hi lay between this Ihl cars carl trot Hrown Hrownrefused ilrowsireftictI
IrI Irowl
refused rtn 111 medical r lealftpnl attcmlinco ne minI 111 soil ho was wasnbln II wasnile
nile nhl to go o on to his hl home In New Haven He Hewns liewas
was W assisted n IMtc11Ito Into n cab anti 011 was 1 driven drllen lavI to the theGrand tinetrend In InW
Grand Granl Central station stationCISTKltlYJS stationCISTELi1VI tlloo tllooCIUFLt
CISTKltlYJS CIUFLt Xlll XlllCount 11 Jl FOIC 1llIVCI 1llIVCICnlnl PIi1VCP PIi1VCPCount
Count Cnlnl Nays da Is llodnts 10dRJ Must ilslit or Base llnvnIlls 1 BaseMis
Ills 11 Itnnri llroUrn llroUrnThe nrku nrkuTho lirokeinThe
The Count Cunt anti Countess COlntocl de tI Castcllane CaKtclnlo sailed sailedfor MIII1 MIII1tor sailedfor
for Havre yesterday yesternl nhonrd the French 1rleh linn linnsteamship In In8tenmshlp lintsteamship
steamship La LI Gnscocno Onscolne Tho Count Cllt anti Inllhll Inllhllvllt his hisvisit hisvisIt
visit hero had hnILe been n on nina of th i e > plinsnntest 111anltc t ex experlencofof explrlpnce cxponleneec
perlencofof plrlpnce of his hil llfn II and that h hie would try to tocome II tocome
come Iomo buck In I a Iho t ho full fll fnnl I lln II I In salil sin I ii lie hi ii had h a I lint 1m linttnik trf no notalk 0 0Inlk
talk with th the Gould 001111 about nh1lt tilt hl wlf vitpt I or his hisown hiqown imisown
own finances fllnCIA Of iln Ii 1 Hoditys editor of thn thniffiiro IhnFlgIN tin tinbIqnr
FlgIN iffiiro heaid h lie sail Ho I 0 lnIIY must light nlhl Iltor me 11 bu hiI tint I Iwill Iwilt
will 11 not challnngo chalAII1 him m ninth my milt niiln 0111001 0111001him ngnint ngnintin t thim
him in I an Is lr sittlod 111011 ettl I If I I t hn minces 1111 to t ml Mifol tin Mii et mu I will willchastUe wil a nll nllchastise I Icha
chastise cha tbe hlmI hllI will II break his hl bones 11n on 01 nm 10 Hluht HluhtIliur AIhtIlur sinint1iunr
Iliur Ilur Killed Ii I II het nt II n Unllriiiiil linnI llrln1 I ruimnul CruoliiE CruoliiEJIoNTBKAi Irllnl ruts I ssg ssg3IONTlixAr
JIoNTBKAi IOSTrA Quebec QIbec Feb 15 l 15A A Cnnidlnn CnnidlnnPacific nnlan nnlanPello ntniiiitnnInelflc
Pacific train from Montreal ran ranInto ratunto
Pello trin Queboo QIIOO mlebOO to rlll rlllIlln
Into Illn two sleighs 1IKh at Mount Ciirmwl Cnrl1 eriwstnii eriwstniinnsrThrro Irootll irttttignnsrThmco
nnsrThrro nlr ThrP litTers Itpr this Ihl nft nlAtOU aftsmnonmn rnoou nnd nl11 killed killedNapoleon k kIiliNtipolcon li1 li1lllleon
Napoleon lllleon Ilullomaro IJImaro and Mrs r rllmare 1IIlnr7I Zo Zotiiuo u uiiluo
tiiuo 1110 Lu 11 Krancjois rlnols rancoisn I II and 11t Mrs Ir lo Frmnols IrloIA if ifMount f fIolnt fMount
Mount Iolnt Carmni Carmnilleautlfiil CarlAI Canmnetllpanittfuil
lleautlfiil Iplltlll hulft wlt anil nl1 Snrr Sr Srhe Sisrethe SnrrTh
Th the he ItorU OTd Llmli tituitel l iMiiii eijiiisLtu lt In all appoiiit appoiiitmtnti I
LrltI BI
I meat olenl ksvei 11 X New w VnrV Yonk amth 0111111 Ferry Bnl nl I itt 1 I it itItterty
JhrIT Itterty street lr < I dal use a p M Rulh Irrhpo arries Wellnllln 5tiingtcn 1 n5 j
1 1 M IneIcliU leelet Dtolni Dtniastiil ld Cde 5r r t Stnsms nl JJ JJf
f I
WOST o T 31111111 11 1II1 uiKi t VXIIII 1111 1111rl tftIlIItl tftIlIItlIriif > IT ITIriif
Iriif rl W Cl I Siiiiinor S nllrr unmnime r So llrrlnrra 11ln1 I I uih nice In tl I us n I Iturn Itur Iso Isotuin
turn tur In II time Ih Valti 111 nI Sonlnrs SonlnrsNrw t4eilmnreNrw
Nrw pw HAVKN 111 Feb Fc IT tiIrol Prof William Wlllol I I Sum Sumnor Ssnsnncr 11
nor of the department 1Ilrtuwlt of socIal I xvliiicn clII at atYalo ntllu mtmiIu
Yalo llu miIu snld AI111 In i in his hi s leeturn Illurn led u ru to t o thn t ho cenloriIas ctrn Illur ion IJa uInss to today tollY tonitty ¬
day llY that Ilt t It I t was wal his hI I s belief tel If itf thnt t lint l IH H i per I n cent ct II tnt of ofthn oftholrnrrlnle ift
thn tholrnrrlnle t tnn marriages ir n mrin gets of lint tII I iiu prns Ironl irosn nt t day thu hl turnout turl t us rim 11111 i tint un unhappily ii in inhntnpii ¬
happily 1111111 y nnd Ill that I marriage nlarrlolI sin ti rn anu nowadnys nowlhlo nowintin ye in I not Ilt n nmatter nmnllr sofimatis
mnllr matter r of lovu lov but 1 tint Is I taken t ak en mote mOlt n I n Illntr matter limmitt r of ofcourse ofcourte ofeotInie
course He le said nM that most IIU8t young younl men 111 when whenthey whnl whetst
they thoI t reach r nch a certain clrlnll erta I mi ngn 11 is go consider lultlIr ci It i t tlm Ih I In right rightthing rllht rllhtthlnl rig in inlining
thing thlnl to tl got Ipt married marrllllllllo and do not lot wait until unliihoy they theyhad theyhimnil
had h found fou tl an an Ideal IdealProf idealProl
Prof Simmer also said that thin marriage marriageceremony marriageceretnnony
ceremony of the tie present time was simply a lot lotof lotof
of show and runt It would be totter If the con contracting roiltmeeting ¬
tracting parties would simply declare them themselves thnitmmutlves ¬
selves In thin presence of witnesses lie cited citedtho eitiIIto
tho Ito old Purltim customs and tints customs customsumonu cuotomiamong
among tint barbaric trlbos to sustain his con contention eosntention ¬
tention His statement that I 5 per cent tnt of ofmarriages ofmarriage
marriages wero unhappy caused n sensation sensationamong setsatininamong
among the two hundred odd seniors an ciii 1 gin I Iuate Iviato
uate students to whom hn was lecturing lecturingIIKIWCIXH Ieeiunlinglt1IJCJJ
Work on Another AssotinerSectlsun Section StuuisnienItineri StuuisnienItinericmiii Stopped Amerl Amerlrmi
rmi ICiiglnpcr HnrOrlnc 1rnni Insect lllle llllefiKial hitspscsat
fiKial CaWr Cat l > tiMtc to Tim 8u 8uCoinv Sue SueColoN
ColoN Colomba Fob irKnglneerH I lngttnems Hnyt Hnytnnd hoytanti
anti Tallnforro who are nttnchod to limo Ameri American AmnsmiCain ¬
can Surveying Commission which cnmo hern hernan litreon
an the auxiliary uunbont Scorpion arrived arrivedhere tnrriseiiinure
here from the Interior today In u canoe Jlr JlrHayt Mrllayt
Hayt Is suffering from from tho bltoof bite of nn Insect and andIs mmdis
Is seeking medical aid aidThe mliiTine
The Panama Canal Company has further re reduced meduol ¬
duced Its operations Work on another sec section seeIon ¬
tion Ion of the canal has been stopped stoppedLKCTUHKIt stoppedLKCTflEfl
LKCTUHKIt KI7V niT Of OF H TOIFV TOIFVAiiautli TiJStssnsnlts
Aiiautli nn Chrlsllntilty Kisriiteil by Mob MobTrcntiniiit MnhTroatnnnint
Trcntiniiit In Mumm lush InilINPIAXAPOUS lushImmmANAlomne
INPIAXAPOUS Fob 15Klder holes of Chi Chicngo Cliicanjo
cngo a disciple of Donlolsm und a lecturer lecturerfor ioetnnmemfor
for that sect delivered a lecture at Jlonon last lastnight lastnight
night The opera house was crowded as tine thopeople tineitnile
people wero wet anxious to hear of tint now sect sectnnd sectiimitt
nnd nmong the number were many women womenTho watnoniTine
Tine lecturer Indulged In n cood goon deal of abuse abuseof
of Christian people and many of the audience audienceshowed ntuIkncoushiowed
showed disapproval by hlMlng and catcalling catcallingThis catcnliingTtnIs
This sentinel to incense him and he became becameviolent betaim betaimviolent
violent In his language Ten or twenty per perMIIIS tsriuiiti
MIIIS left the hall but soon returned anti began beganto
to pelt ieit the lie lecturer with pegs snowballs and andHtono miiistofle
Htono nnd a nil finally V drove d rots lilin It inn from thn I Inn Ktnge KtngeA stagtA
A commotion occurred In the audience and andtho nnilthe
the lights won suddenly extinguished nml n nhundre aI
hundre I men rushed behind thn curtains mini nnddragged minittmngged
dragged livlss out otm upon the street Citizens CitizensInterfered Citiztmnelmnttmnireti
Interfered for his proteetlon but tine mob mobwould tmnobwould
would only consent not to harm him Ho was wasthen wasthen
then marched to it the Mntlon whore ln Inn > ovine wnscuardeil ovinegimamilsil
cuardeil for two hours and put on n train for forChicago tomChmlcntnzo
Chicago Ho was ordered not to return on onpenalty oilpenalty
penalty of being lynched lynchedjttiiitoii
jttiiitoii 131 ltltII S1III S TO if in tt SIM innx innxTlin 1 LiEs LiEsTine
Tine Mnrlnii Chunk Kblniipiier Imlrrgoes n nSinlitiii itSushlui
Sinlitiii CliuiiUK C lining fur fit r tlm S Ii Hotter HotterStxn lie I t en enSIun
Stxn Sixo IVb lrTho officials at thn thnprison tiitprison
prison are surprised nt tIne marked change In Intho Intime
time condition of George lieauregard Harrow Harrowthn Iltirmotytint
tint kldnapperwhowns on Friday last adjudged adjudgedInsatio atliudgeditietisin
Insatio by n communion of physicians lIar Harrow lIarmow ¬
row was to l taken to tine asylum for Insane Insanecriminals Ineaiiecnimlmnals
criminals Inst Saturday but owing to excite excitement txeltenitnt ¬
ment nt tho Institution over the escape of ofJuntos ofJnmtmos
Juntos Finn iinmn and flint thin lack of olllcom It was de decided dochItti ¬
cided by Dr Irvlnn I the t he prlinn tnt son physician lint thntHarrow lintitarmow
Harrow should remain for or n < tat ny or two twoUnexpectedly twoLntxpeettdiy
Unexpectedly ho began to Improve anti so sornpldly soyapidly
rnpldly that toilny the doctor decided to set sethim sethim
him him to work In the art school whnre his mind mindwill nnliniiwill
will be occupied HP apparently Is just ns nsrational asrational
rational now as a when ho first came here and andIt andIt
It Is suspected his Insanity was only temporary ttmmnrormrrlimirmow
Harrow Is serving a fourteen years sentence sentencefor siitdflCtfor
for the part 1m played In the kMnappInu of ofJlurlou ofMuriomm
Jlurlou Clark S lark in Central Park on JlayJd May 25 IKK IKKittx
ittx rtsTun TirKvrrfjr JJ ntrn ntrnHiitlibun J1 lS lSflmntiibun
Hiitlibun line Cutup < Down From JO7 to 174 174Ioiindi I Ilttu
Ioiindi lttu nit s but IVrls t tMilton Will WillMilton
Milton Hathbun of Mount Vernon who has hasbeen hasbeen
been fasting for tine > past twentylive days daystind laysmmd
tind at the same tlmo attending to business In Inhis inmls
his store on Fourth avenue continues to lose losellesh loseilittin
llesh dally He hnd como down from J07 to
174 pounds yesterday anil expects to lose a apound apound
pound a day for porno time to come Ills chest chestnnd chestmind
mind waUt measurement have shown a corre corresponding correspomnditng ¬
sponding decrease yet despite It all Hathbun Hathbunsays hlitthttuisntays
says ho feels well und has no doubt of his hisability hitsnullity
ability to go the full forty days Two Twophysicians Twoitmnyslelans
physicians who examine him dally suy that he lieis
IM In excellent physical condition conditionKathbun cointlit loin loinltnttnhtun
Kathbun started on his fnst with the Idea of oflosing oflosing
losing flesh sift hn says that when It Is over overhe overhe
he moans to keep his weight what It Is then by byriding byriding
riding n bicycle and taking plenty of other out outdoor outdoor ¬
door exorcise exorelsoMndn
5000000 IS 1Q171C T T I XM oosO oosO5tnnic
Mndn by W V II Vmnlcrlilll but Iimol tin ITnilrr tinsler
ilrr th lie Will ihI of Cornclliis CornclliisSurrogate CinsnihiumnSurrogate
Surrogate Fitzgerald decided yesterday that thatthe thatthe
the bciiuestof500000undi bettsest of5ObO00t tnntlnrtlio < rthowlllof wliiof Will Willlam Willmu
lam mu H Vnndorlillt as rn to which his xr son > n Corne Cornelius omnt omntllus ¬
lius had the tii power itowerot nt appointment among Cor Corneliuss ii iinolius ¬
neliuss children Is subject to the Inheritance Inheritancetax
tax Application for relief from trim the tax whl wiilin wiilinarmnnuntts h hamounts
amounts to > 00 > was malt by tho children childrenof
of the late Cornelius Vanderbllt on the ground groundthnt gronmimhthud
thud th ties Inhcrltanco tax law was not nasseil nasseilwhen iaseedwhen
when William H Vandnrbllt nmntiomhilt died In IH i8M In Inopposition Inopposition
opposition It was urged that rIte bequest was waspractically winsrinctitally
practically made under thn will of Cornelius IormitliissVmtitnt
Ynnderhllt Vmtitnt r hi I t who v ho dleit il led aftor the S hi law in iv went Into IntopITecU I into intoetTeL
pITecU ninth who In his will exerclsml tho ii power powerof lOWtrii
of ii appointment is PItoinIt 511 mt by virtue vi rt tie of which w ti loin tlin t In u money moneypassed in on cy cytassel
passed Cornelius Vanderbllt s gavo 5Rn5 5Rn5of ri < X00 X00of <
of this fund to his son Cornellus and ills distributed illstribumteil ¬
tributed the rest of It among his other children children1LIOUK childrenILt
Saute New Cases have Devrloprd Shire thr thrIllg tim timlIIg
Illg Fire FireSAX IireSst
SAX FRANCISCO Fob 15 15Tine The Occidental and andOrlentnl antiOriental
Oriental Companys fast steamer Coptic ar arrived mrmivud ¬
rived this ItiI afternoon two days ahead of time timebut tinnetint
but she was placed In quarantine and no mull mullfrom mmmlifrom
from from her was landed Sho iio did not touch at atHonolulu athonolulu
Honolulu but layoff port inm It was lenrned that thatthe hintthe
the big fire did not completely stamp out Site thnbubonic SiteLu
bubonic Lu iou me plnituo I ax was hoped Hetween a tho tholid Iso Isod
lid d mini Hth of lebrunry I there wore four new nuwcases neweases
cases of plague anti three deaths deathsThe deathsTine
The Coptic otbe has a case of what was diagnosed diagnosedns
ns typhoid fever anti hence wine quarantined quarantinedTho
Tho local ofllclals aro not Bolnu to take any anychances naycimmimneei
chances on the ii plngue nnd tho quarantine quarantineregulations lulamaintmnortguitttioiis
regulations are now very strict strictfticKBr strictXICIEt
fticKBr tntKfitu3ixrtr on ieosr vtpr VALnnoit VALnnoitThe
The WfStBitle tiring tine First Cargo CargoIllrrrt CargoIiIreit
Illrrrt From Tlmt Colony ColonyTho olnuiyThin
Thin Hrlllsh shIp Wcstgato which arrived arrivedyesterday arrivedyesterday
yesterday from Tohlo Now Caledonia brings
2751 750 tons of niikel ore consigned tothe Orford OrfordCopper OrtomilCopper
Copper Company nt this city It Is tine first firstshipment ilrtshipment
shipment of oro direct from Now Caledonia on onthn ontint
tint first vessollt vessel it Is still that has evr calliil calliilfrom alltifrom
from from that lace for New York There Is n nscarcity ascarcity
scarcity of nickel in America chiefly because becausoof becauseof
of Its use In the making nnaklngof of armorplato armorplatoWOnOO armnorpiateItO0O9
WOnOO ItO0O9 Fire llr In Merrer StreetThe Street StreetThe
The sixstory Iron Ira and brick buildIng nt 211 211Mercer 231Meteor
Mercer street was damaged by lire at 7 oclock oclocklast oclockinst
last nlthf to the extent of SfiOoOO Tile search searchlights searchiIhts
lights wrn used to good advantngo while the theItrinpn thelItmnn
Itrinpn wore at work The Th tenants who wIn sus sustained esistnotnttI ¬
tained losses were lint American Fur Dyeing DyeingMnJ1
I omtmnny ° MnJ1 > 1 Momris rrw itoenetipi nstlPl lenicr In fur
I V S olf do elottming hlnc Itocnb Itosemnhrg > rK A haute eloth
Ing ltpis lpp Urns furs J Levy V Co 1 clothing clothingnnd eittiilnnan
nnd an the Phirnlx Clothing Company Companylift
lift of rn0m to t IM Ilnn IlnnPiiliAlKlrniA InmilltimAIyIrtlns
PiiliAlKlrniA Feb lVJIrs Tnomns 1 anions Jle JlehVnndaughtorof Mehranthrsnimzlitem
hVnndaughtorof of tho ho late Gcorco JI Vharton Vhartonflven imartonsliiis
liiis > flven given the University of Pennsylvania TI TII11
I11 555 toward thseostot tine cost at erectlnc the tnnv laV
bulldlnKs which nni to i be opened nn Feb FebThe l lTims
The First Ilullwiiy In the lit World nriih nriihtn I IJ
J tn > adopt for all Its ii r tsr r th the Ilntch light i < the New Newlurk ew ewmini
lurk mini Cuntral Cmtt us Tbls linn II n hsi Pinioli lnsn tiseli Imlit Ii itlit In lit liti ii iitieplng
tieplng > i Plni Omit purlir run cc IKrn It vaccines rhc li tiLttin Mniri sr sran mrs mrsen
an I mail r cars r conlrilmlluit In Ilili a am In ill othtr othtrlngi tttitt
> lngi tu t tli < comfort CQmOt and safety of IK it pitrcn patroumI
rut nm suv v iri rs iiisim ir iris irisllIs j jIIMv
IIMv J 4Ii VI l IM IMAll s b
All 5 I I Ainriiilnipiits t i ut miii lute mit Vntpil I it itI llnun h Situ un Ilicept Ie vspt the thethis h hlinn
linn OIliTiil liy llr ii r Vnlrntt hcuntt Derlnrln DerlnrlnTlmt lrcllerinElhniu
Tlmt t I he Art t ii Is I s Not itt Intruded I a t ulunltil In I un TlitQ TlitQAny LI T TA
Any A ut y Olt S ai inri intl ns In i ii Dm I hi u Wiiy nf Intern InternIliiiuil I a tarnu tarnut <
t Iliiiuil bits il llim I I I us is > tnllUiii nh h Is nun Unit > Itemhllrnh ItemhllrnhCliatuller hiiptnbileasCliii
Cliatuller Cliii us il h t r Voted Vttt stl Agnlnsl t g nil us st tlin t Inn llllli TH THDininrrnli e eI
I Dininrrnli mi nmrmnt s < nllerj is tni nnd in usil Ilndiiiy 11 mnitsuuy for It ItWAHIIIMITIIN ItVSSlilNitIiN <
WAHIIIMITIIN Feb 1 Ulfttr After a day of great creatInterest greatI
Interest I mt t rst airl ton n I much iii tntin iiixlity in in im 5 o the I in Senato passed passedntfi itnisedat
at ntfi r21 P I M Mtnltiylts toltn Its substitute for or tine Hau Haubill house houseill
bill ill i lo define ii fl nit and fix Il t the I I nit standard nf value vtti en to tomaintain tonnmnlmmtiiim
maintain the parity or nil forms of money moneyIssued nnonevissiimt
Issued or Inned i sti ii I by Ii Iho I liti tnilcd I iii toni States and for forother foroIlier
other purp ilmrlises es The vote on nm the passage of ofthe otI
the I It bill hi Ii wu Yeas tis 4U 4 1 nnys miii ye Lll LllTlm 20Flit
Flit bill as pnsed contains nine section sectionTh sIufleTIn
Th llrl makes tint gold ilollnr tints standard standardtiirt standardii
tiirt ii Ii t of value om lime nnd mint I ilee it ares in tis that nil iii I forms of oflummy ofmmnttniet
lummy l lutd > ued or coined tmesl ly t y tho t lie United Usm I tel State Stateihall Sin Os Ossininil
ihall binitiliitalnot Ui mitmil ii tin I nit I at it pirlty i ru y of valuo with withsuch withsuch
such stumanland stitit ii a ru in in 1 that t tnllivl I ii I t States Stint cc note and andTreasury andlrtineuno
Treasury notes shall bo rolecmod lit scull coin coinTlm coinlInt
lInt siinml sctlon provdos for a reserve fund fundnf fundOr
nf SlnnuouiNMi In told old eoln otin tn bo used for re reileiiipthin melmintititumn
ileiiipthin purposes only Thn third section sectionIroollts POtlonprovides
provides for tlin withdrawal of silver certifi certificates ctrtitlemtttys ¬
cates In proportion as standard silver dollars dollarsure
ure U tC colneit n nil Tho 1 Ito fourth ft ttn It Ii section lmnn provides for fordeposits fortitltoIts
deposits of rold coin In vxcianca for told cer certificate cerS ¬
S tificate I The I in t fifth II It Ii section sect ii in makes mmna kss 10 the theminimum tinein
minimum in lint am mm an denomination itetiofli mint ion ol Inltud States notes notesor notesor
or Treasury notes The lhit sixth suction provides providesthnt providesItt
thnt tlio Itt S > her cent nt bonds payable Fob 1 11H4 1ts4
1H4 ts4 mini thn t It I per cent bonds pay paynblo ay aymibli
nblo July 1 11107 and any II 1 per cent centbonds centbonus
bonds may nun hn refunded In bonds bearing
2 POP cent pavablo after thlrtv years principal principalnnd itriincipaiiiiitl
nnd lntir itntrest t In void coin and to bo exempt exemptfrom exontiptfrom
from all taxation The seventh section allows allowsnational allowslint
national lint join mu banks ha in s to Issue he IC notes totho to I ins full face fncavnluo facevmnltit
vnluo of bonds deposited for currency The Thaeighth Thechili
chili eighth In M section < ctlon imposes n tax ot onefourth of ofl
1 l per cent Citi per IC r annum mm it ii ii iii on nm tlio t Ito average ave rage amount amountot
ot national bank notes The ninth and lust sec section seetloti ¬
tion Ii i tin > provision looking to International Internationalbimetallism internationalbum
bimetallism bum ettili is inn and mn intl declaring ileiIin ml in g that t the t lie provision provisionof
of the t iii not are not fl it Intended I rittrnil etI to place any an p obsta obstacles obetades ¬
des In the way of Its accomplishment accomplishmentIt
It WIIH over this last tectlon when It was In Intho int
tho t mo form nf an mm mm amendment in ineimil m in t Unit t him t tho I inn maggIe Htrugelaraged sI maggIermngeii
raged nllday mu timny Mr Hoar I Hep Mass opened openedthe optmmedI
the I hnt tkbuto with n plea for the amendment de declaring doelatIng ¬
elatIng that there was no disguise or hvpoc hvpocrhy inypocrisy
rhy In It Mr Morgan < Dem Alacharacter Alacharacterized tIn i ehimiracter ehimiracterIztiI ¬
ized It lisa tie a miserable makeshift and he It offered offeredn
n substitute fur It which ho did not however howeverask tnowtnrask
ask a vote on then Ho did subsequently and andIt
It was defeated The leading Democratic cham champion chnainof ¬
pion nf the day however was Mr Cockroll of ofMissouri ofMisinniri
Missouri who was on hU feet most ot tins thutlmo tinsI
tlmo I I m 0 challenging eilIil leimnimng Hepubllcnn liepti hi icain Senators S iitittmn In his hismost ii Is Islilost
most aggressive nnd nt defiant manner denounc denouncing donoummitimig ¬
ing tho lie gold gel monometalllsts ns bowing the thaknuotothe thekintt
knuotothe kintt to tine golden calf and demanding an anAmerican animnnniean
American system ot finance Ills attacks upon uponthe uliomitine
the bill were met by Senators Plutt Hop Coma Connand Comaanmd
and Aldrlch iltep H I and tine thrust thruston thrustsoil
on cither si side Jo created n good deal nt amuse amusement amusemacnt ¬
ment Jlr Teller of Colorado Indulged In Inmany Inmany
many sneers at tine Hopublicaa party mitt and of offered oftoned ¬
toned a substitute for the committee amend amendment mitnondintent ¬
intent boln beIng little more thannchango that a change of ex expression oxpresslon ¬
pression Ills colleague Jlr Wolcotl made mailscronngtmpoechn a astronctpoeoh
stronctpoeoh gainst It and when the first firstvote firstvote
vote was reached It resulted In tho defeat of ofJlr ofMr
Jlr Tellers amendment 27 to 41 The com commlttee8 cornmnittooet
mlttee8 amendment wins then adopted by n nvoteofI5to0nnd a avote
voteofI5to0nnd vote of 15 to to ani baeamo tInt ninth section sectionof
of the bill All lh the other numerous nmcnil nmcniltnents tinmnentlnmients
tnents wore voted down by similar majorities majoritiesand
and nt 020 the bill was passed passedJlr imasechMt
Jlr Hoar who opened the debate on onthe ontine
the committees amendment In favor luvorof favorof
of International bimetallism said that thattho thatthe
the double standard ot cold and andsilver mint minttliver
silver had not only been accepted by tho thoAmerican thuAinerlemmn
American people but had been recognized In Inthe intine
the Constitution Constit utittin Itself which prohibited any anythine anythiiIm
thiiIm thine being undo a legal tender but gold and andstiver andsliver
sliver And when Congress > ald In the pro proposed pro105Cm
posed 105Cm amendment that It considered a double doublastandard doublestinsndard
standard tho best It only reafilrmad what the thepeople lie liepeomio
people hud held for a hundred years But Dutwhen Butviit5fl
when by tInt action ot other commercial na nation natiunS ¬
tion the Inlted States was driven from that thatpolicy
policy 101 icy nnd rim ii had to adopt a simple l an im standard sIts nmlnontl It Ithad itlied
had to accept tine most valuable metal nnd to tonet toget
net the double standard whenever Iho tin oppor opportunity opiortinnity ¬
tunity came Thero was therefore no dl dlKUlso dis disgutse
KUlso In the amendment no hypocrisy In It ItJlr ItMr
Jlr Morgan o Dem Alnl Ala I opposed Site amend amendment aimnenilImneint ¬
ment its a miserable makeshift nnd miii offnod a asubstitute asuhstltnitt
substitute for It declailng It to bo hn the fixed fixedpolicy mIxediohley
policy of ofthio tbo United mitch States to pay itnytitid and clear off offthe ofTI
the I lie national Stat loin si debt ii I bt as rnpldly rapid I y as just j Uit nnd ii nil equal equaltaxation etj mini minitaxmntboin
taxation and thin accumulation ot other rev reviiucs resS
S nUns of the Government I Inttlt uncut will ili permit Itnfl it wlthcon wlthconitnnt wi In eotm eotmstamnt
itnnt regard tn the capacity of the ho people to toreopond toto
reopond to this national duty that lint the speclu specluba SittCltibaste
ba baste ls ourmlntlni of gold or silver coin or Imth ImthIs hiotbiIs
Is tho t ito only nit I y true S iii just 3 tist and constitutional constitutionalbasts rtiinstltut I lonal lonallusts
lusts of the Issue of bank bills to tocirculate toclrcuitmits
circulate ns money that It U an anunjust anti5iiist
unjust and unconstitutional burden un time Ink Inkpayers tablartrs
payers uf i it tliu I ti ii tnilod I in I toil Slates Si tilts that Congrei CongreitliiilM digress digresstn
tliiilM tn instil agree to t o clinngo elm aimgn tlio I tin terms to tin 5 nf tliu tliunational t ii ii iiintitioinai
national obligations with tine consent of time thaluinilholdiirs timetitmnil
luinilholdiirs titmnil I toll ii mm o as to it deprive ti elnl vs tin iii Pooplo nt thin thuright thinright
right mutt privilege of paying Mild obligation obligationIn
In coins ul gold or silver aeonrdlnu to their theirnecessities tInei tIneimttCeeitieme
necessities or the t hit requirements rtsii nil mtmmmtmn t 4 of Iho t tin eanoral eanoralwelfare gins a mi miweilii
welfare weilii me un I that t It Is contrary ciimt ma ry to Iho I Itt policy 101 lee of o ot
tho t imti United lmm itt1 Slates 14 lutes that t tlm his national debt de Lit shall shallbo stmaulbe
bo niadu lit nits perpetual icr pitt mial or thnt t int it i t shall I ln I ta > muln mulntallied tan a In Intainmed
tallied or Increased for tho tti benefit of tin tinnational tinstiinttnmnai
national banks or it in regulate tho liii commercial commercialvaluo oommimnomolalnilunn
valuo of sold ur silver bullion bullionMr f fMi
Mr Moruan declared that tine bill made an anIssue artimeumo
Issue between Ihn S hit llopubllcan muslin bi loam party anil ii mu tint tintDemocratic t lit litltminocratbe
Democratic party pn rt o so linen tlit mu ind broad Itr mat tint t It a t otto onuor ottoor
or the otliT would havo to go un ler Holm Holmpiured his imnus imnusII
piured II mel Democrats I is utnoemints to take a sund mniid upon ii 115 tlm tlmspecie t iii iiishttile
specie basis making all contrails public and andprivate ant anthmistiIe
private payable In coin and limiting tin spttulii spttuliibasis pstiiItisis
basis ROM oItl timid silver cli se r coin tol ii Lot I t thn ItS pople popleho iteopitIi
ho Ii exclaimed denounei this measure nt once oncebefore oncebefore
before It lias tIme to fasten upui them Its fatal fatalpurpose fateIumnroso
purpose mini they will re leura themselves themselvesfrom theinneelvesfmorn
from a fati of which this ho class distinctions and andproperty antihtroiertr
property rights of tho ho poopio ot Kurope urn urnonly areotil
only otil y a mild example exampleJlr ox ann ltie S S11r
Jlr Cockiel Dem Mol protested iignlnst iignlnstJlr nngnlnstMr
Jlr Hoars remarks He read an extract from fromWashingtons fmunnVaitlnInmgtonnt
Washingtons farewell ndilruss warning his hisfellow hisfellow
fellow eltUeimniraliist the Insidious idles of offoreign offoret
foreign foret gn Inllucnce I a lumen en and h hit dennunce < l tha thagold t he hegoitl
gold monometalllsts of today for to towing bowlnethe towingtim
the tim kn kmie n to the golden calf In the hands of ofIreat ofirtat
Ireat BritaIn Why not exclaimed he headopt tiemntbotot
adopt an American sdtlmi yst > ii of our own S hr hrdiclari livdeclare
declare our incapacity to do with wit h 7r s5tXQtXN > tXXMM tXXMMpeople >
people 150 ilti wlmtwti Or tint Wtt illd tI Ii In I7nwltli I 7i t wit in four lou r millions millionsThen mit lilian s sihitimn
Then wiMtablislnHl wis ntatjt ihntd our ill m financial ii sits mcml system it and andlunlntaineil tintlinn
lunlntaineil inn ci ntc sit I It I t Toilnv hoI in v we can establish IC bush what whatever is hat hatevr ¬
ever system wo desire desireJlr desiretf
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