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Wt tiI THE rHESUN HE SUN THURSDAY MARCH 10 1904
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Information II received with some orna incredLitt Incredu IncreduIty IncredulIt
It itt V VIf
If It lis la I true the Japanese havo got gotthe 1 1the in inthe
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the rear of the HUBS tu8llan inn advance Into Core CorciJtnd Corlaand Corend
and nd are In position to control the sputher sputherid eeutherncd eutheIid
cd id of otthe the railroad running by a roundabout roundabotroute roundaboutroute roundnboiroute
route from from Takuohan to Nowohwang ovc ovcwhich over overwbloh ov ovt
t which the Russian troops now In Coremust ConInu8t Core CoreaI
I must obtain their supplies suppliesThe IuppllosTher uppIie uppIieTho
The Ther reason a80n for the incredulity mentioned mentloneU mentionedlaihilt
U laihilt I that Fengwangchcng FenK angcheng is b ao tar from th thplace tho thop1aoo U Uploo
place where the Japanese Japal rA50 advanco was wa Ian Ianreported ll1llt ll1lltreported Ia IaI
I reported and snob a considerable dlntanc dlntancln dlRUlnceIn dlHtanIn
In the Interior of Manchuria It IH on th thCroat thareat ftgzeat
Croat Pekln road which runs through Core Coreand Coreand I Iand
and isin fact the only roadoflmportonc roadoflmportoncIn road ortmportance ortmportanceIn of importan importanthat
In that oountry It U about 165 miles m11 > 8 north northreat northeat nortiI
I eat of Ping Yang whore the advance advanceJapanese o othe of ofui
the ui Japanese Ja nelle army was encam encamped > ed at Inn Innaccounts hillt hilltaooountll 1a 1aa000untR
accounts and where UunHlan scouts wer werencountered ere ereenooWltered er eri
i encountered It Is I fortyflvn miles north northwest northwest norUwelt
west of AntuiiB Ant n ono of tho Manciurlaitowns Manchuriatowns Manchuria tlanchurlantowns
towns which China agreed to open to for forelgn foreign forelgn
elgn trade Taknuhan is b thirtyfive mile mileto mllllIto mileto
to the west of tho Ynlud mouth and andfew i ifew a afow
few miles from rain the soa soaIf sacc lat
If t the ti Japanese are at FungwangchetiR FungwangchetiRthoy Jotgwangchrnthoy
thoy are out of the mountainous regloi regloiF
4 F most of Core < l nnd the eastern part cinchuria o oJ or orlnohuria
J anchuria How they the got hern her is i a mys mystory mYIIt my myC
tory t ry Ono suggestion sug tlon made hero is that tin tinexpedition theexpedition thoxpediUon
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expedition was 1111 landed soninwlinrp on th thManuhurlan the theMamhurlan thManhurian <
Manuhurlan coast but mom 1cinls icnIiIt cinlR regarc regarcit rE ard ardIt
it as Impossible for or an expedition of an analze IInaJze ansize
size to get so 0 far Inland through a roadlesj roadlesjcount roodltR8oountry rondlescountry
count country oountryIn ry ryIn
In some quartern the ta Information fron fronChefoo tromChafoo mu muChefoo
Chefoo Is regarded as confirming the ro roport 10port report
port that a Japanese Jllpall t expedition has beotlanded lOn lOn1anded hcoilanded
landed near the mouth of the Yalu YaluAKir Yaill2IJr YaltiNEIl
NEIl ATTACK ov PORT ARTHUR ARTHURToklo HlTIHllToklo tflTlIITokie
Toklo llrarn or Ilnniburilnirnt hut ThenIi Then l11lrcII flierIs
Ii No o ornelal < > m < < Ul NewSpecial New jewtSpecial lWII lWIIptrlal
Special Cable Despatch to Tax Star StwTOKIO StarTOItJO SONToio
TOKIO March 8 9It H IH 1 > 1 reported that th thJapanese the theJapaOfIIO thJapanun <
Japanese fl flot et bombarded the forts a aTallenwan at atalLenwan aTaltenwan
Tallenwan Hay last In t night and then attackecPort attackec attncktdPort attackePort
Port Arthur ArthurThem ArthurThem ArthurThere
Them IH h no cflicial e conflnnation of thu thuor thiHor thior
or of the reported engagement between betweenc j jJapanese a aJapanellO
c Japanese squadron uadrpn and the Aladivostol Aladivostolsquadron YladlvoRtokI ladIvoHtolsquadron
I squadron It if i reported that the Hwang Hwangcblnshal Hangchlnshal Hwangchtnhn1
cblnshal Fort at Port Arthur was half rulnec rulnechi rolntdin ruineIn
in anearllor bombardment and that nov novonly nowonly novonly
only tlirco of the shore batteries there therecan therecan theNcan
can be used usedPARIS ulCdi uu3lPARTS
PARIS March 0 DThe The PeW Parioien Par II elt has hasdespatch M8I haS
i
I S despatch from Toklo paying t < rlng that there i im Is Isromor trumor
m rumor In high circles there that that the f Japa fJapanellB Japanese Japateae
nese fleet t Is preparing to attack Port Po Arthui Arthuiagain Arthuragain Arthuip
p again It is understood that orders have havebeen havuL
1 been Issued to block the harbor at all costs costsInking costsalnldng coetlinking
Inking gunboats or coast defence vessel vesselIf ves vse vseif 1s 1sU
If necessary to effect that object The TheGoYommont ThrGovernment IheOo
Government Oo rnment IH I fearful that the Russianahlps Russian RUlilanablps RusIarhlpe
ahlps may ma intercept Japanese transports transportsBanians transportRORTlfTll1O tranportuFOffTIflIXG
ORTlfTll1O EJrCmrUo NflFCIIWlNf7nuIns EJrCmrUoaUIIlam
Banians Take Slee Gun There ThlreWolnln ThlreWolnlnlt Wome
8 kiit nt lt Away AwaySpecial AySrc4 Arnyt
t Special Src4 Cattle Ca Setpalcl Dtptch to 1 Tni Trt Sex SexYINQKOW Sm SmmoEow SowTINOKOW
YINQKOW moEow March Mah 9 9The The American Amercan an anBritish ad adJrth and andDriUah
British Jrth Consuls Conlu1 are urgently urgenty advising advisingthe adving advingC advWngthe
the C women me and ad children cbidrn to quit NewchwonS NewchwonSbefore Newchwal ewchwanI
I before Wor the te river rver opens opel The Americas AmericasConsul Amorc AmorcOl Amoricar
r Consul Ol will wi send Bnd his hl family faiy away awy tomor tomorrow tmor tmorl tomorrow ¬
row l The Te British Brth warship warhlp Espleglo Epleglo will willbare wI wIIy willL
L bare Iy as 1 a soon In aa 1 a the Ice 1 > 8 breaks breks up No Noneutral Noutral o onet
neutral net utral ships ePI are likely lkely to t remain rma or to toreturn tor toreP1jn
return r to t Newchvrang after aftr the port II isfree IIf iifreofice
freofice freoficeThi free f of ice iceThis Icej
j This T Thi abandonment abdonent of the protection prteton of ofneutral ofnet ofteutral
neutral net interests Intret is created crt by the belief beliefin bolet boleti balletc
c in i Russias RUllas Ruriela determination deternton to fortify tortiy Now JTowohwang Nowcag Newcbwang
ohwang cag The Hussions Rusal took two 6inch 6inchlego 6lnchi
i i lego le guns and two sixpounder sxpounder howitzers howitzersfrom howtzers howtzersfm howitzerefrom
from fm a train trn there thee today They have havealso haeamunte havei
also amunte i mounted a battery batery of fourInch gunsun gunsunderctoodtobefromthe gunlun gunlunf guneundarstoodtobefromthe
f dtd derctoodtobefromthe to be from the warship warhlp Slvoutvah Slvoutvahin Shouhahi ivoutvahIn
i in i the old fort at Yinghow YinghowCZAll Ylnghowt
t S CZAR C AR PRAISES VLADIVOSTOK VLADIVOSTOKFeeU 1LDIOSTOJ
i Peel le1Sue Rare Garrison Gallon Will Wi Protect Potect That ThatStonibold ThetStoeghold at atI
I Stonibold Stnahld Acatnit the Enemy EnemySpecial Enem EnemSpcla EnemypcfrJ
Special Spcla CaK4 Co DnjMldt Dlpclo to Tin Tns TI SON SONSt SDKST SUI SUIST
ST PETERSBcno PERBtJO March 9 IA 9A A despatch despatchtrom depath depathi despatohfro
i f fro trom Vladivostok Vdivostk says eys that tht Admiral Adlml Alex Alexleff Alx Alxh Alexleff
h leff has h conveyed cnveyed to the commandant commandantand commandt commandti
i and adte the garrison garron there tere the Czars Czs M gracious graciouscongratulations gmlous gmlousn graciouaconratuIationa
congratulations n Jtulatonl on the te occasion ocl1lllon of their theirbaptism theirbipiiftm I Ip
p baptism bpt of fire tre and ad his Majestys con conrlotlon conTlto conviction
Tlto rlotlon that tht they will 1 all al make me ramparts rampartsof ampartsot
of their ter bodies blos to protect protlt the stronghold strongholdagainst utongholdagalnet trongholdaast
aast against the te enemy enemyIt eomr enomyy I
y It is added aded that tht the message mege greatly greatlyrejoiced graty gratyrjoic greatlyjOlCI
I rejoiced rjoic jOlCI the th garrison garson and populace populaceCAWT populac populacej populacec14sur
j
CAWT CA1T MOVE 11E FOR PEACE YET YETForeign JET JETPor VETFor
For Foreign 11 tgn Secretary 8oeta Lansclotvneg Ln5d01mel Reply to toPeace toPece
Peace Commission CommissionSpertil
5 Pece Commtlon CommtlonSpc
1 Spertil Spc Oatli Oabl Ditpalch Dlltch to THE T Sex SexLONDON SUNLNN SowLoNDON
LONDON LNN March Marh 9 9Forelgn Foreign Secretary SecretaryLandowne Secretaayu
u Landowne Ione replying replyng to the Peace PM Com CornmleRlon Commlsalon Cm Cmaon
mlsalon said that the Government Gveret would wouldtry woud woudf wouldt
sad tt
aon
f t t 12 try 7 At i the te earliest elet possible moment to trng trngabut bring bringabout bring bringabout
abut about a cessation oaUon of hostilities hOtltt between betweenJapan betwcn betwcnlapm betkoenI
I Japan lapm and Russia RU In the manner ner provided providedby prodE
b7 Article lle HI of The To Hague convention conventionbut conenton conentonbut
I but he feared foe that tbt such an offer as l tho thoassociation thoulaton theaiclailon
ulaton association would favor could not be b use usefully usefu ¬
1 fully fu made ret to the belligerents be1gerent at present presentRUSSIAN pr presentRUSSIAN nt ntnUSSIN
nUSSIN RUSSIAN WOMENS THANKS THANKSWrvet TlMKS TlMKSf TIIAKSp
p Wrvet f of Tarlagi Val 1 omccn omcct Appreciate AppreciateBrltUb ApprrclateBlt Apprccltek
British Offlcers Omcet Klndneu Klndneup KlndnesapecfoJ
k Blt
1 pecfoJ p cfoi c4 Cable C Detpoleh Dlacllo to Tat TI SUN SUNLONDON SUNLIN Sv SvLotDON
LONDON LIN March lfh aThe 8 GTe The Admiralty Admmlty has hasreceived ha haeieoetved
received rie a telegram telegm from tho mothers mothel and andwives andWIVN andwivee
wives of the Llbau Lbau officers olcer belonging to the thecruiser thecier thecruiSer
cruiser cier Varlag Vaag and ad from frm the other women womenof womeno womenLIbaU
of o Llbau Lbau to which port por the Variag Varla was wasattached wa wa wac
attached heartfelt thankful thankfulnessand thankfulieesand
c l aE expressing xprlng Mheafelt thnfu ¬
1 nessand Eand infinite infnte gratitude gmtudo for the treat treatment treatmt ¬
1 mont mt accorded re the officers 010r oices and seamen seen of ofafter oft ofthe
the Vaa Variag and ad the Korietz who were weretaken er
t ten taken on boar board the Brt llritiih h orser cruiser Talbot TalbotUf Taibotafter
Uf after ater the Russian R lan warships walhlp were sunk sunkat sunka FunkI FunkIt
I at a Chemulpho ChemulphoThe Cemupbo CemupboTe
The Te Earl El of Selborne First Fir Lord Lr of the theAdmiralty themrty thet theAdmiralty
Admiralty mrty replied rple thanking thking the te senders sendersof Bnder
t r of the despatch depatch for their generoas generoos approcl approcltion apprl apprlton approcitioa
tion ton and ad adding ading 141s His Hl Majestys MajMty navy nav will willalways wi willt
t always awa be glad gl to give similar simlr aid ad to t the theeeamon theMon thet
t seamen Mon of a friendly frendly nations naton when the occa occasion oca ocaaonarYl occac ¬
c sion arrives arrivesJAPANESE arrivesJAPANESE
aonarYl aonarYlAPA
JAPANESE APA ESE CONVOY COTO CAPTURED CAPTUREDCm
c j L 1 Cm PlinK HeporU Rtrtl Seizure NIure by b CosMckt CosMcktIn CouaekIn
1 In Cores CnrraSpecial Corca CorcaF CoresI
I F i Special Spl COM neipattti Dlpotrl lo 1 Ta Tal SON SONPxiits lm
l Pxiits PUII March Marh tTe 9The The Echo de Pari Pathpublishes Paripublishes ParifJ
fJ publishes pUbUe a telegram telegm from General Oeral Pflug PflugAlaxieffH Pflg PflugAletleffs
i AlaxieffH A chief chef of staff Itarr sent snt to St Peters Petersburg Pelkl PetArsr ¬
r burg be in I which whlh the General Gneral states Itt8 that thatCoeMclcB thatOl thatCoisacki
CoeMclcB Ol have h captured cptur a Japanese JapoO convoy convoyouttt con01It convoysouth
outtt It of the t Yalu alu transporting tranlprtlg provisions provisionsoatUo prdslon prdslono provisionsr
J r t oatUo Tang o Tas and ad hones b in I the t direction dlton of Ping PingTang Pg PgTas PingJ
4 4Z Z
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IN the opinion of The TheCHEL TheCHELTENHAM
CHELTENHAM CHELTENHAMPress CHEL TENHAM TENHAMPress
Press the first frst aim in ad advertising advertising advertising ¬
vertising Literature should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be to get it Read ReadDookUt ReadDlld Readbook1t
DookUt Dlld on rrqurat requralI
150 I 50 Fifth Avenuts20th Avenu 20th Street StreetSPRINGFIELD Sirec SirecSPRINGFILD StreetSPRINGFIELD
SPRINGFIELD SPRINGFILD MOB OVERAWEPRESENCE OVERAWE OVERAWEDIRJUJ OVERWBIPRESEXL
PRESENCE IRJUJ OF MILITIA 1IUTU HRINO HRINOQUIET 111OS 111OSUCU1 1ittlXjIET
QUIET TO T THE TiE OHIO UII CITY CITYKnloonn ITSaloons IT IT8nloon
Saloons Clnnril IOAld by b the th Mayor 31anrEtI Kll Char Charaetern Char Charaettr Charaeters
aetern aettr Forced orlc to leave thn tll lie I 1At 1AtIltrlltSpcclal Ler LerlltrlctSpceIaI < evr evrUlstrlct
IltrlltSpcclal lltrlctSpceIaI Ulstrlct Special Grand > lur Jury to Inrri InrrillBate Iml5 Iml5lole Iflyrttale
llBate lole the Kynehlnc or f Dlrkrnioii DlrkrnioiiSrniNOFiEijj Plktr flkkerouSrriiwr1aun on onHrRNOFIEI
SrniNOFiEijj HrRNOFIEI Ohio March B 9A As n re resuit relult resuit
suit lult of orders ordt1 given Iven by b MayorC ayor C J Bowlue Bowlueall l3owiurall
all 11 the Riloons 1loon8 are closed cose and tho inhabi inhabitants inhabltant inhabitants
tants of tho resorts ror of the loveo lev e district dlstrlchave districthavo districhave
have taken tlken their household goods goos and lof loffor loft loftfor lolfor
for other parts prt of the city cityIt ci cityIt
It I Is understood undertood that many of the notori notorioils notoriOUH no tori torioils
oils persons perolls who lived Ile In these theo house houseihave hou80 househave
have pone one to Columbus The Monk MonkTonk Honkj HonkjTonk onky onkyTonk
Tonk ono of the lowest lowet dives dl In the city cityIs cityII cityI
Is II I among amonp those deserted desertedThe dlserW desertedThe
The people p ople generally genera I while whie deploring deplorinjthe deploringthe deplorinthe
the methods m hodl adopted by the mob 10b In burnltu burnltuthe burin burninthe I Ithe
the eastern part par of the levee feel fllhnt that tin tinplace the theplaco tliPlace
place will wi never be as al bail again One o othe of c ctire
the Big Four engineers fnglner said aid he had hld bee beeitrying hlCntting beett7lng
trying tting to burn these th e houses hOles for the las lasfifteen Ilt Iltflton lasfifteen
fifteen flton years MI but had only succeeded lucloed ii iisetting In InlIettlnp I Isetting
setting lIettlnp fire fre to the roofs Tho Flickers FlickersNest Flcker FlickeNNeet
Nest N t In the far eastern tIRter part par of the city cityInhabited cty ctyInhabited cityInhabited
Inhabited by ly twelve white and negn negnfnmlliew nppro npprofnmilO negrfnmillci
fnmlliew fnmilO has luV been bln vacated mcte by order or r of thi thiMayor the theMayor thMayor
Mayor MayorTheso MayorThel MayorThese
These Thel steps were wer taken In order orer that thi thimob ilie10h thmob
mob 10h element would not have a chance t tburn to tobur tburn <
burn bur them out Olt While Whie the Mayor lias Il give giveiorders glwnordor giveorders
orders ordor for tho people pople to stay off 01 the street streettonight ttrt streettonight
tonight lonl ht then Is 1 a I great grat crowd crwd downtown downtowniHpecially downtwn downtwnlllXclal downtownespecially
especially lllXclal surrounding Alroudin the thl part > art of the citj citjguarded cit cltIarde citguarded
guarded Iarde by b the militia militiaEverything mita mitaEv militiaEverything
Everything Ev rythlllg was wn quiet during the day dayThousands da daThouands dayThousands
Thousands Thouands visited v1llo tho ruins rohll and ad the re resorts reIrt resorts
sorts Irt yet et unburned The eight olpht addltlona addltlonamilitary nddltonal nddltonalmit additionamilitary
military mit T companies 1pleH will wl arrlvo tonight tonlehtBusiness tonightHulnel tonightltuiulness
Business Hulnel was WI practically prctcly suspended supnd d today todayIt
It is understood undeltood that tht the companies cmpallt having hnvinjplants havingplnbl haviniphifltki
plants plnbl near the th levee leve have purchased IJrchld tht thtground thogound thiground
ground gound and will w1 tear down dO1 tho building buildingand hlldln hlldlnand buildingianti
and erect additions adltol to t their factories factoriesJudge tactrle factoriesJudge
Judge Bower Bwer has ha Issued IIIRUe a call caHor caIlfor for a 1 spe special spo spedat ¬
cial grand jury jur to t convene cnvene at 11 1 oclock ocock or orMonday onIonday oiMonday
Monday morning to Investigate Imetgate the lynch lynching lynchInp lynchlag ¬
lag Inp and tho work of the mob mobll1llt last night nightTho nightTho nightTito
Tho Rev J H Frazier of Harrodsburg Harrodsburgt Haraburg Harrodebur HarrodeburKy
Ky t < a brethlrInlaw UI UUllTJ 1I1IUV Ul of the IIJC negr negro Ill U Die Diearson I Dek Dekelllon IUIV IUIVerson
erson who was 1 lynched lynche camo cmo hero her todaj todajand toa toaand toda todaand
and demanded demnde the body He Informed Informedtho Informe informecthe
tho Coroner that the county t nty would have haveto haveto havuto
to stand the expenses involved intd Coronei CoroneiThomas CoronerThom CoroneiThomas
Thomas Thom replied repliedIf rple expn
M If I that is II the t h case there t will wi be no burial burialTho bural burialTho
Tho body will w1 go to the medical molca collegeMr college olege olegeIr oollegeMr
Mr Ir Frazier Fralor finally fnaly agreed agred to take cliargi cliargiof c11rge c11rgeof cliargrof
of the body boy Later later he found that T A AGrossman AGrOmn ACroesman
Grossman GrOmn an undertaker underaker had hd a bill bi of 2sgaInst 2 2against 20 20lant
lant against the remains rmll and he refused rfU to t settle settleAt Rete ReteHo settleLie
Ho thratene threatened to rplevin replerla ilie by body but butronider butreconsidered
ronider reconsidered ad and pad paid up The boy body war warshipped a
shipped to Hasburg Harrodsburg th1 this eveng evenIng evenIngAt
shpp At 10 oclock ocok tonight tnlght Col Col Mead tle gaVo a airder a ar arrder
order to t Ills I tJ soldiers sldor to t clear cler High Igh street auet an anFountain and andFountain eric ericFountain
Fountain avenue The people pple were wer to toto tld tldto told toldto
to disperse dspr within wthin five fvo minutes inut8 and ad th thsoldiers the theslders thesoldiers
soldiers slders loaded loae theln them guns uns In the presence presenciof
of the jeering Jeerngl crowd Then the pnce pnceof crowc crowcwas crowd crowdWilli crowdwas
was pushed pushe back hak almost alott a square suare in cool cooldirection eh ehdrton eaci eacillrection
drton direction No combined combine effort efort was 1 made madito mde mdeto madeo
to o resist reist the soldiers 6lder although athough a number o oroughlooking or orrughloklf 01 01roughlooking
rughloklf roughlooking men had to t be 0 prodded prodde with witlbayonets wth wthbayonets withbayonets
bayonets before beforetboy they the would go along alongCZAR alongCZAR alongCZAR
CZAR T THANKS THE PRESS PRESSAgain lnESSAal 1RESSKatzi
Aal Again Katzi Refers Rerel In Inullsspeeoh III 111 Speech Speeel to Japani JapaniPerfidious JspaniPerfldloni apn apnPerndioul
Perfidious Attack AttackSpecial AttackSperfoi
Atac
Special Spr Cable Deipalc Dtpatc lo Tea Ta Sow StnrST St SowSr
ST PETE PTRSBURG PZTEBFBUaO RE BUBO March Marh 8 9The The Czar Czarthis Czr Czarhis
tis this afternoon aternon received Ihe at the Winter Wint Palace Palacethe Pal Palacehe
te the editors etor of the Nome Vremya Vemla and Viedo Viedomosti Vedoiiostj o omsl
msl mosti as 1 a deputation deputton representing reprentng the entire entirepress entre entrepre entireof
pre press of St Petersburg Potrburg M I Plehve Min Minister Mm Mmstar ln lnIster ¬
ister of the Interior introduced Introducd them to tohis tohis tohis
his Majesty MajCty They Tley read rd an address addre ex expressing expring cxpressing ¬
pressing pring devotion deyoton to the Czar Czr and the em empire empire empire ¬
pire pireIn pireIn pireIn
In reply his Majesty jtty said bid that he himself himselfread himel himelrd himsehlread
read rd the newspapers newspaprs and that tht he was M glad gladthoy gld gldthoy gladboy
thoy all with great gt truth trth and d dignity dgty ex expressed expre axrsesed ¬
pre pressed rsesed the te feelings feUn s of the Russian Husa people peoplerhe peple peoplerho
Te rhe reason rn the Russian RUBlan people ppl felt BO 8 deeply deeplyit deply deplyat
it the present prnt moment was Wa because beauI tho thoperfidious thoprdious thearfidious
prdious perfidious attack of the Japanese Jape was WI ut utterly utterly cutorly ¬
terly contrary ontmry to t the te spirit spirt of truth trth which whichbelongs whch whchbelongl whichelongs
belongl belongs to the Russian people pple The attack attackxiused atck atckCus attackmused
Cus mused them great grat Indignation Indignaton In con conclusion on onelusion conlusion ¬
elusion the Czar Czr said that he always alway sought soughtthe soighthe Oghttho
the truth In tho Russian RUIIan newspapers newsppcr and andwas andwas andNas
was sure 8re always alway to find fn It there thereGrand thereGrd thereGrand
Grand Grd Duke Boris Brs son sn of Grand Grd Duke DukeVladimir Dke DkeVimr Dukeladirulr
Vimr Vladimir started strted this his evening evenig from fromBt St StPetersburg Stetersburg
Petrburg Petersburg for Manchuria Manchura ManchuraRUSSI ManchuriaRUSSiA r rRUSSIA
RUSSI RUSSIA 40OOOO 400APA1 400000JAPAN JAPAN 200000 200000How 20 20low WO000FZow
low How Ituulan ROlan Minister Unlltcr of War Says SI the theForces theForc theForces
Forces Forc Will Size Up UpSpidal U UpSpsciJ
Spidal Sufl Oablt D Dttpoich Dltcl lo TUB Tm Sow StnrPARIS St SowPiueis
PARIS March Maoh 0 9The The St Petersburg Peterbug corespondant cor correspondent oarrpondot ¬
rpondot respondent of the Figaro telegraphs telegph that thatbe thathe
be 30 Interviewed Interewed Oen On Sakharoff Skhaf the t Minister Ministerof Mlnltr Mlnltrat
of War The Minister Miistr said sd the concentra concentration concta conctaton concontraion ¬
ton ion of Russian Rusia troops troop in the Orient was wa proroAsing pro progrossing
gClng grossing in the most mOIt satisfactory st6actor manner mannerThe mner mnerTe mannerhe
Te The he minimum miimum number numbr concentrated conctratd there therewould therewould therevould
would be b 400000 400 He considered considerd that the themaximum themaimum thenaxlmum
maimum maximum Japan would be able to t laud laudwould llld llldwould landcould
would be b 200000 200000Russia 200 200000Russia
Russia RU8la would require reure a month to com complete complete cornlete ¬
plete lete the transportation trasprtaton of the trp troops troopsNothing troopsothIng
Nothng Nothing serious sous could occur or in i Manchuria Manchuriairithln Mahura Mahurawthi ManchuriacIthln
wthi irithln the next six ax weeks wek Re insisted insistedthat Inslte instatedhat
that the subject sbjet of provisioning reprvWonng the thetroops thetrop theroops
trop troops and garrisons gllsnl would create Clt no un uneasiness u uOnt unaziness ¬
Ont easiness He believed bUeve that tht Japan Jap had hadlanded hadcoded
lde landed 100000 100 troops top in Corea Core already alreadyThe aleady aleadyTe alreadyThe
The Te General Oner added ade The war wa will wi last lastuntil lat latut teataitil
ut until a logical logcal and necessary conclusion conclusionias oncluslon oncluslonb
b ias as been bn reached rehei for I do not think the theflusslans theRi theluasians
Ri flusslans are in a mood mod to stop before bore quite quitefinishing quit quiteLnlsbing
f1hlng finishing I know kow nothing of any ny plan plansf pl
of sf f withdrawing wthdrwing the troops troop behind Port PortArthur Por PortLrthur
Arhur Arthur and leaving the place pla to defend deend it iticlf Itsel itelf
sel selJAPA elf iclffAPAN elfrAPAN
JAPA fAPAN TO SEND PRINCE HERE HERElark II EIEZWlark ERE EREIark
lark of Special pclal Friendship FllmIhlp In Hrpresenta Hrpresentation Rlpres nta ntaton ¬
lion ton at t RtJUrati RtJUratiSptdiil Rtntl RtntlpCM StJoutscprnt
Sptdiil pCM Cable C4I Dtipalclt Dltl lo 1 Tan SUM SenTOKIO SUMTOEIO acreTosro
TOKIO March Marh 8 9Ther 9There There Is II good goo author authority author authory ¬
It ity y for stating statn that tht the imperial Imprial family of ofapan otJapn ofafrica
Japn africa as a a token tken of special pecal friendship for forhe forthe forhe
the he United Unite States State contemplate oontemplat sending sendingthe nding ndingthe
the he Prince Pnce and Princess Prlnct Arisugavra to the thoIt theSt thet
St It t Louis Exposition ExpositionMME txplton ExpositionME
MME 111 ME STARK DENIES IT ITintern ITomtrl ITmeers
omtrl intern Not nt at Her Ilf Birthday RrII13 Part rrt Party Wirn WirnJananrte Whlnapnl IlbenJspanre
Jananrte apnl p Attackedtttol Attacked AttackedSprtlal Atatkc Atatkctl
Sprtlal tl tttol CalSr cal CaSt Detpalc Drpale It TnK TitK Stjf StjfST StiNSt 11
ST PKTKRSBURO PETRBURG March Marh 8 9lme Mme Stark StarkIfe Starkwife Stark1ff
wife Ife of the former forer commander cmmander of the te Rue Rualan RI RIIlan Ruean
Ilan lan an fleet tllt at It Port Arthur Arhur denies that sh shras M8 M8wa
wa ras entertaining enterainin the officer ofcr of the to fleet fleett
at t a birthday birdy party pry whan wh the Ue Japanese Japaneselade Japaneseteds apea apeame
lade their the1ydtattak the1ydtattakI r t attack
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SDESFORBUHPGMRSSTOW SDESFORBUHPGMRSSTOWVMiKRTAKKR SUES FOR FOR BURYING 1ifRS MRSSTOWI MRSSTOWIUXPEIT1IKEIi TOWE TOWEUIJEIlTMW
VMiKRTAKKR HKSVRIHES mWllf MIS MISINO 1
INO MANS WIFE WI fli AS Is MISS U IS FENTOf FENTOfTlic fITO fITOThe tIXTOTire
The Hill 11 lor Her 11 l 1UUral Funeral < umr l Wait MlOS MlOSanil IO IOalld iOsoil
lint Not nt Sec SecStone SeCStowe
soil the the Indrrlnkrr 101 Iel IelRlowc
Stone Rlowc Slum Slnl urinal UatowD y Ktowo Mlwln MlwlnProm UIsIrFrom 1 slnl
Prom Fom Now el Orion for a KortnlRln KortnlRlnWilliam Fortnlrht FortnlrhtWilam IottnlgliWilliam
William Wilam J Darfteon Dlrron an anundertnklr undertaker undertakerg4 nt ntr4
054 r4 Amsterdam Amlterdam avenue has hl brought e eaptioru H Hoption In InapHon
option In the tm Hii HUllrlmf Huiprenle > ivniH Court to I rccovr rCCOIIt
51080 t 1080 00 from fll Victor 11 Stuwe whosn wh11 dlMr dlMrpenranco II riIAaipenranee ap appearam
penranco from Now ew Orleans rlI11 was wasiru a reporte reportein ruportedIn
in the ho nenvfpHpurrt nOWfpIPUI last Sunday Hundu Stowwho Stow Stowiwho Stol Stolwho
who came from JlartltiKburg lartlntllrK Mo lo U I th thowner the theowner itOwner
owner of the tl KUfoot nloop 11011 1001 yacht Vinwhich Vim Vimwhich VIIwhich
which he has Ilat sailed niId under the colors tlorl of th thHarlem tho thoHarlom UHarlem
Harlem Yacht Yleht Club He Hf disappeared dilppran > 1 fee frota from fromI feea
a I hotel holelln In I New ew Orleans OrlpalH about sixteen Hixtl > n day dayago dn1 dn1ago CIa CIaago
ago The day bLfore heor ho hI disappeared dllppeare h hcanhwl ho hocl1 iicashed
cashed cl1 < hld a check for S100 S100Durgeor 30 100 100Dargeon
Dargeon Durgl 1 alleges Ilept that on Feb l1U 4 StosInstructed Htow Htowinstructed StoweIntructe
instructed him to embalm tmblm and bury th thboily ti h hbody
body of Miss MII < Agnes > Pnnton olllon who had die dieon die elkon
on that day da at US 11 14 Wont 103d 13d street lrll whet wherStowo whtreStowo whet8tow
Stowo livedOn lived livedOn lved lvedOn
On Feb 6 there then wits wal printed prnted in the newet newetpapers neH11Ptr newrpapers
papers 11Ptr a I death notice notco Haying thut Ague AgueStowe 01111 01111Stowe tgneStowe
Stowe beloved beloYld wlfo of Victor K n Stow Htowehad Stowhad I
had died tle suddenly nt lt the 103d IOd street trl nd nddrew ld ad1ttSR I Idr
drew dr When StoweH ItoleH disappairance di8ppeuano wn wnreporteel WIH WIHreported i ireported
reported it was WlSK3l wa mid that tlt ho had tO so o grieve grievixlit grlcYfd grlcYfdlt
lit lt the IOKH 10 of his wife Wll that he wax WfH too II IIto Ii I Ito I Ito
to attend atend the funeral on Feb 7 7During 7Durin 7During
During Durin the last latt few yearn 11 ncconlim ncconlimto IccnlnJ
to Dargoon Darrl Stowe has been btn In the tl habit habiof habitof iiahof
of coming colln to New York for months mOltll at attime i itime I
time and ali taking takin furnished furnlthtl apartnientu apartnientudietl apartnientfwhich rlment rlmentwhlc
aJ
whlc which I In > occuplll occupIed wih with tire woman who whodltl wh whdied
died in February Febnlar They frequently frqlenlly say nayiDargeon 11 sayDargeori
Dargeon DartOI took tok yachting chtng trips on Stowei Stoweiyacht HtoweHyacht Stoweyach
yacht yachtWhen yach
yacht When MisH tIF Fenton or Mrs lr Stowe StOI died diedStowtr lll lllStO diedStow
Stow StO instructed IlHtMcted Dargeon Darg n to bury lury her herIIUtllUIIT Ilr Ilrand herand
and apparently gevo thl the Indlrtaktr undertaker cart tnrhhlnche cartllaneIue
npllrtnty
hlnche llaneIue IIUtllUIIT tTMllrtt cOItmilK cnetriritig I1IIIK We Illr her llfl intlnlltnt interuruent Illlfl IIIVIll Tit Titbody Ill Illbody hl
body uoy ware enclo encloHNI l hi II a I SiOO s oo mahoganj mahoganjcoRln Ilhopany Ilhopanyco inalrogancofihuu
S200 S200cofn 2H 2Hcoflin Z Zcomn
coRln co fU 1 outnide iif f which there vas a
coflin cofn The silk sll dress dr In which the bodj bodjWHH bor borWIH bed bedurns
urns WIH wrapped wnpll cost St StHilce 100Sirree 100 100Since
Since Hilce Feb 7 IMrgoon lnKtoll says II he III has no noseen not noNeen
seen n Stowe Neither Seilhl has lie II been 111 able lb II t tget to togel Iget <
get his hlF sioso 1080 IOS the th total cost of tho burial burialand hurlaland iurIaarid
and the only onl > property bnlongiiiK bnlonjtlnJ to Stow StowiIn StOWl Stowin
In this city cty is 11 his yacht ctt Vim hu wild aid to be tie tieup tll tIeup <
up at South Brooklyn and 1111 Home > omt persona personaeffects lieroruneffect trolll trolllerretAat
effects erretAat effect s at 148 18 I 48 Wont Wlt i11 I id d utroot utrootAmon Ktft KtftAmonl si root rootAmong
Amon Amonl Among Stowes ropers 1111 left Ilr in his moor roonIn rom romin moorin
In New ew Orleans OrleAl were the Ih reports rportl of a prlvati prlvatidetocthe prhatecetth prlvatdeteetlir
detocthe cetth t who had shadowed Ihadowld some 1010 ono onoStowes ono8towo oncStowes
Stowes name wa WR waJ4 not In the reports rrl0rlH bu buthev hut hutthe hothey
they the wore addressed addrOld to him him ome curd iardiwere curdwere ardHwlro
were wlro also found showine that Stowe tnwl hue huelxv hld hldhon Ion Ion1wen
lxv hon 1wen > n intheealestatelnisinessinthls In the cal a I Ctale estate lullnC Iusluiesa 111 lii t hi hs It ItOS its itsITOS v vITOS
ITOS OS MISSION 1ISSW IISSlO TO CftltKA CftltKAI OI1E4Jaiuin l lJalln
Jalln I pn Kxprol Ixplell Excellent Rlllnt HecnKi Rtull Froiu FrOl1 I IKrforniB I IKeornus
KrforniB Rtrornl on InpaneKe lapnlle lIntj lIntjSpecial LinrSpecial LineASlu
Special Slu Cable Calt Ueipatch Vtpalch to THE Tn B Sw SwTOKJO SUN SowToaio
TOKJO March Mah 0 OThe The Japan Japn Tint Timl say saythat 8YS 8YSthat saythat
that the mission mllon of Marquis Ito Io as specia speciaImperial lplal lplalInpria spociaImperial
Imperial Inpria Ambassador Ambldor to the court of Sean Seanis Seouis Hcul Hculil
is il welcomed Icome by every Japanese Jlpalle who Is con conaclous cal conscious
aclous 8101 of the gravity of the responsibilities responsibilitiesplaced rpnMiblte rpnMibltepl reeponsibilltieplaced
placed pl on Japans JapnF shoulders with regard re anl t tCorea to toCora tc tcCorea <
Corea Cora It must nUlt not be 0 Inferred Infere that the mis ntission mission ml
Ilon sion is political poltcal in its It nature The Tht Th Marqui MarquiIs Maqull MaqullIs
Is the bearorof bnrrof a personal p onal message mC8ge meesagofrom from thiEmperor the theEmpor tinEmperor
Emperor Empor of Japan Japn to tho Corean soverolgr soverolgrof soverlgn soverlgnof
of no immeidiate Immeiato political pltical significance signifcance buit bu buit but butIt
it cannot be b denied denlothat that the presence preenlO it itSeoul In InBul iiSeoul
Seoul Bul at the present prlrnt juncture of n states Btateuman stat statman statesman
man of Itoa Ios standing staldlng and prestige PTtjO must l lproductive is isproductive >
productive prouctve of beneficial bnefcla and far far reaching reachingeffects reahng reahngerret reachinefTocts
effects erret on the future relations rtlatonl of the twc twccountries twocoutrie twccountries
countries coutrie countriesThe i
The Kichi Nichi Nic says ay that Japan Sap apn n ap appredating p ppredating
predating prcatng tho difflculties dlfcultell facing taig tlioCoreai tlioCoreaiEmperor the Cran CranEmpror Corear CorearEmperor
Emperor Empror in Inaugurating Inauguratng rcfonna rcfon1 In do domeetlo dometo domastIc
mastIc meto and foreign foreig affairs afa irs in accordana accordanawith aecordanorwith
with wit the new protocol protol on a mark unarkof of frlendrj frlendrjsympathy frendly frendlyRypthy frIendlsympathy
her most experience experienceand
sympathy Rypthy despatches dOptchl expriencd expriencdad
and ad venerable statesman to counsel cunsl him hutrnd hlnund himad
und ad to cement oment the friendship friendhip betweer betweerthe btwen btwenthe betweethe
the two to countries cuntrleF Doubtless this ili1 will wi b bgreatly lx lxgreatly <
greatly grtly appreciated apprcatld by the Emperor Empror ant antpeople and andpple ericpeople
people pple of Co Corea CoreaThe CoreaTho men menThe
The Corean Official Ocal Gaietie alUe announce announcethe announcerthe
the outline outlne of a reform rfor programme prgrme In Increasing i inoreaMng
cig creasing the to responsibilities rponelbitle of the Cab Obiet ObietMinister Cablnei CablneiIinIsters Ine IneMinisters
relIovInthe reliovinf reliovinfthe
Ministers Minister and correspondingly corspondingly rclovmg rclovmgte
the te Emperor thus following the Japanes Japanessystem Japanee Japaneesystm Japaneessystem
system systemTho systm systemThe
The opening of the tlo port of Yongamphc Yongamphchas Ycngamphohs
has hs beendecided bln been deided decided upon by the Corean Crem Cabinet Cabi Cabnet Cabinet
net The Emperors Eperor approval apprl Is awaited awaitedIt awule
It Is rumored romor thnt llr le Emperor of Cores Coiftmay CQla CQlamay Coresmay
may shortly visit ilit the tw Mllta MikuRAISIXG lta o oRAISING oRASlO
RAISING RASlO OF Till RETVIXAN RETVIXANMore lmT1Zty lmT1ZtyIore
Iore Rrplrs Rtplr Neormary eel eerMaryAdnrtrnt aAdDllral Admiral Mak MakbarolTa 3iakharoffs Iak Iakbuols <
barolTa buols Wrlceme WrlcemeSpecial Ilomf IlomfSlrcl t1eomtrSprcto2
Special Slrcl cable cellt Detpatehet Dtpalrht lo TBK Tl Sew SUKPORT SLN SLNPORT SewPOST
PORT ARTOUB AnTUu March 0 0The Tlie hole In tho thonull thohuU thetuil
null of the battleship b ttlelp Retvlain Rtln has hal now been beenrepaired bon bonrepair beenrepaired
repair repaired and she ao has been refloated rfoate andnchored and andanchored andanchor
anchor anchored In the inner roadstead rdted alongside alongsidethe
the he battleship btlehlp Czarevitch It is oTllcially oTllciallystated 01cily 01cilyUlte ofilciallyrtated
stated Ulte that tt the other repairs repir still Itl necessary necessaryto neslry neslryto
to o the tle Ilrtvizxn will 11 bo completed cmpleteln In a very veryshort serychore cry crylb
lb short art time timeAdmiral timeAdmiral
tmo tmoAdmira
Admiral Admira MakharofT Makharof the successor sucesor of ofAdmiral ofdmlral ofcdnrlral
Admiral Stark Strk recalled ripd arrived yes yesterday rJF rJFteray yeserday ¬
terday teray morning morniuf and was wa received receivedby rohpd rohpdby rerelvedtho
by tho town authorities aUlhorltel The Th Mu Municipal Mi Minlolpa Muruioipal ¬
nicipal nlolpa Council Counci presented prlnted him with wih an anicon nnlon nrrcon
icon lon con Then Ten he held a reception ropton on board boardtho hoardtho boardho
tho ho cruiser crisr Askold which was 11 attended atendtd by byall byall byiii
all the chief officers officersST omol omeersSr
ST PETBBSBUBO PEBRSDURG March 8 9Tho Tho Ad Admiralty Admra1 Adrairalty ¬
miralty mra1 confirms confr the statement that the thebattleship thebttllhlp theattleship
battleship bttllhlp Retvizan Rhimn has ha been hn partially partlal re repaired rea1red ¬
paired a1red and refloated refoated at Port Por Arthur She Shewill Shew11ln Shesill
w11ln will p soon bo b ready rdy for service lorlco again againAPPROVE agin aginAPPIIJE againAPPROVE
APPROVE APPIIJE RUSSIAS PROTEST PROTflSTflcnna PRONTVlcnna PROTESTVienna
Vienna Heart Icar That the Powers POtr Think ThinkCharge ThinkCarae ThinkCurie
Charge Carae Again Alaln1 Japan In instinct JuMlfleilSpecial oltOed oltOedSrct instinctSpectoJ
Special Srct Cable Itnpaltlt Dtlatllo lo t TUB Tal Sow SPKLONDON StN StNLNDON SowLbDON
LONDON LNDON March Marh 0A O A despatch dltch from front7lenma fromlenna fromVenn
Venn lenna says sY that it Is rumored rumor In dlplo dlploaatio dlplomato dlploantic
mato antic circles crle that all n1 the Cabinets Cabinot have havenformed haveInfore haveaformed
Infore nformed Russia HUla that they thlY regard rgar the Rug RugIan RU8Ilan Rustan
Ilan Ian protest ptt In the note of Fob 22 against againstapans againstrapaxa agaln6tJaps
Japs apans proceedings prlngl M 1 justified jl9tlle by b inter interatlonal intertational ntr ntrnatonl
natonl atlonal law lawRussia lw lwRUsla lawRussIa
Russia RUsla protested prott that Japan Japn had violated violatedho Iolatedthe
the ho law of nations natlol by forcing forcng the Varlag Varlagnd Varlagand
and nd Korletz to t leave Chemulpho harbor harborirthur harborand harbornd
and nd hy attkn attacking the Russian feet fleet at Port PortArtur PortLrthur
irthur prior to a a formal forml declaration delaration of war warnd warand warnd
Artur and nd before bfore pror the Japanese Minister at St Stetereburg StPetrbug Stetersburg
Petrbug etereburg or the te Japneo Russian Hllan Minister 1fn1ttr nt t Tokic Tokiciad Toklohad Tokioad
had ad left lef their respective rpctvo posts postsrOVtV polta poltaJOUA postsWOMAN
JOUA WOMAN SUICIDE I n RELLEVUE RELLEVUEfre FURITf FURITflrl
hers fre lrl Were Werl Only Onl Two Nurses urlt to Watch WatchFifteen WatchFifteen tch tchFnNn
Fifteen FnNn Alcoholic AIEholl Ward ard Patients PatlrnUMlanche rUlnl rUlnllach PatientsBlanche
Blanche lach McMallan MeMaUln a manicure manicre of 259 259vent 259W 259Vest
W vent t 109th 9th streethanged trl hngl herself hell herselfwjth f wjth wJh a sheetn sheet shet shetIn
In n a room rom In the alcoholic alcoholc ward war ft at t Bellevuo Bellevuoloapltal fievn fievnHospitl Iiellevunlospital
Hospitl loapltal yesterday noon noonTho nOOI noonThe
The woman made so 1 much mUlh trouble on onPuewlny onTUIII onuesday
TUIII Puewlny night that she was a put Iut into a sepa sopsate sepaate separatp
ratp ate room roomThere roomTh roomThere
There Th are but two nurses nUrl to keep kplf waUh waUhif
of if fifteen patlonUt One of them left Ilr the thevomunB thewomlnl themomans
patent
womlnl vomunB fIPn room rom shortly Ihorti before noon non When Whenho Whenho WhenIto
ho returned rllurrP she sbl was al unable luable to open the theloor thedor theoor
dor loor oor Peering PrIO through the he wire meshing meshingit mfhlnl
at it t the top she IIh Haw IW the th woman R I body bd hang hangtig hangIng hangrig
Ing rig from from the thotrnlm thotrnlmRupl transom transomhat transomhupi
Rupl hupi 1hhcn Miheri ot lell1e flollevrio Mid lalt last nl night nighthat ht htthat
hat Ihe trustees trufh will jfl 11 lx able obiI to hire moreurses morn morniurse morAnur1
nur1 iurse as al the the result rlult of th the transfer Imn fer by h the theJoard I thetoned hr hrOrd
toned Ord of Estimate Ftmat last lat Friday Jrldny of fzoono fzoonoram f 12000rom IO IOfrm
und frm ram the hospital hOpiAl supply luppl fund to the salary salaryund salaryrund laI
A O OraDt GasraeteedCsr ranle eCU dCut for PUN PllrItcblDi PUNIchlDr P1kItcbtDi
ItcblDi Blind DtD Blefdlnr BIMlnr or Protruding Prtrdnr Pile NIeiour
Your our IchlDr dnt drutst WD wlU yearns fnc money t IS IA PAZO OINT OINTJ OtNTtzair
J tzair U sius to e cure J ocr I in to l 14 d dais 6 SOCAS
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WEBER WEBERPIANOS WEBERENDORSED
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BY LEADING LEADINGMUSICIANS LEADI LEADINGMUSICIANS NG NGMUSICJANS
MUSICIANS MUSICIANSThe MUSICIANSThe I IThe
The main Veber WeberWarcrooms VeberWarerooms VeberWarerooms
Warerooms arenow are arenow arenow
now located in inAeolian inAeolian iii iiiAeolian
Aeolian HallI Hall
362 Fifth Fih Avenear Avcnear 34th > 4th St StC StCatal StCatilegu
I C Catal Catilegu t > loiu IU Sidled 11 d Upon UI BMU RUtl Rqaesc RqaescL RqaescHEINZE tt ttHEINZE I
L I
HEINZE lNZE PUT UNDER ARREST ARRESTTiro
Till TIJ Of f fl HIS 110 EMIINEERS fwnml IJM IJMTAKEN tSt7IKE O O1tKf
TAKEN 1tKf 7IKE JT INTO 1Tf CUSTODY CUSTODYMust USTODFIltist STOJJ
Must IU8t AnMvrr r Wlr for Contempt lntpmlt In Illiobeylm Illiobeylmthe Ullolllnc Ullolllncthf IIobtinlliii
the thf Federal Idlral Courts Conrll Injunction InJufttpn In the theAlleErd thf thrtliegrcl
AlleErd lctrd Mine lnl llobblnc lobllut Caie CalrSh CalrShlnlr CieSit CieSitMiners Six SixMiner
Miner lnlr Also iisn 18It Arrrctrd by I b I F Ruse RiueBtiTTK RusenUTK 118WHeirrn
BtiTTK nUTK Mon Ion March Marh 9 9F F A Hoinzc Hoinzcnnd Holn Holnnnd Hoinzcand
nnd two of his hi mining engineers enInter Albert AlbertFrnnk AlborlFrank Alhrt AlhrtFrnk
Frank Frnk and JosIah It Trorl2 Trrlz were Ir arrested arrestedthin arreetn arreetnthis rrtcd rrtcdthi
thin thi afternoon aremooll by b United States Htnt Manhul ManhulC 1thul
C E E Lloyd for refusing fuNlng to olx olw obey > y the orders ordersof orem oremof orderuor
of the court curt to permit ptrll an inspection InRIeton of ofthe ofthe olthe
the RariiH RTI mine mine In order to ascertain NCraln the theextent theextent
extent of the looting lollng of the Butte and Bon Bontons BOI BOItont Botitons
tons tont Michael fchlll Davitt Dait mini miniUnder lin mineLTrnlor
Under directions of tho Federal Court Courtseveral Courtseveral urt urtHverlllnipNtOI
several HverlllnipNtOI inspectors In charge of the United UnitedStates Unld UnldHtntt UniteciSteites
States Marxhil tlflhal were wer examining exmining the under underground underKrund underground ¬
Krund ground wefrklngH w wkinrs lkln H leading Ieartlng into the Michael MichaelDuvitt Mlchat1 Mlchat1Davit Michacflavltt
Duvitt Davit and ant had discovered dlFcored that no less lessthan leB leBthan lestthan
than tSOOCXM sO worth of ore had l lWn moon > wn ex extracted O Otraded extracted ¬
tracted from frm from the Davitt Dalt The Th cmirt had hadenjoined hadenjolllt macenjoined
enjoined enjolllt thin th Much of the tl > work ork wan wanevidently wnl warovlciently
evidently 11ldenty of recent reCnt date and where once oncethere onc oncethere
there tllr were re rich rch Ixxlieu llll of copier CPIMr on > the theground Ihrgrund theground
ground grund had l IIn been > etn worked out clean cleanTho cllan cllanTho cleanTIme
Tho Inspectors In ptor and the marshal manlsl came cameto cameto earnsto
to a secret Iret assageway > through which whichthey whichilioy whichthey
they desired dClred to go 0 when Frank lrank and Treriz Trerizrefused TrerI2refused Trrlz Trrlzrfulll
refused rfulll to permit prmit them to proceed preed Mar Marshal Marwhat ar arKhal ¬
what Lloyd llod immediately Immelatel placud plao the two twoengineers twoenglner twoengineers
englner engineers under arrest arrt learning Itarnlng that the themen themen themen
men were wlre acting atlnK under the orders ordel of Helnze Helnzehimself Helnzohlmlf Heinaclulnuself
himself Then Thei the th marshal IJlrshal and one of his hisdeputuw hisdeplltli irisdeputieti
deputuw deplltli went to the office ofco of Uelnze and andplaced andplacot andplaced
placot placed him hl under arrest nrreotFor Irrlt IrrltFor arrestFor
For a I previous ieevIor refusal rfuF1 to admit the th in insixctors intlJtor Inajiectors
sixctors tlJtor Helnze lpln7A was WI fined lned 2000 20 by JudgeBeattv Judge JudgeBetttty Judg
Betttty Batv of the Federal Feeral court and ad Frank Frankand Frnk Frnkard Frankand
and ard Treriz 1500 500 0 each eah The fines flt however howeverwere howevtr howevtrwer howeverwere
were wer suspended provldod no further ob obstruction obstructon ohstruetlon ¬
struction structon ltulpnded was placed p1a in the tle way of the theins tie tieInlplctors theimusirectora
ins Inlplctors > ector8 Hemze H m7 took an appeal appal and the theCircuit thoCircuit te teCircuit
Circuit Court confirmed confred the decision deilion of ofJudge atJudg ofiudge
Judge Judg Beotty fatt The fines fnes will wi now have to tot t tobe
t be e mldand additional additonl charges chagl of contempt contemptwill conrmpt conrmptwl contemptwill
will wl have to be b defended defende by Heinze Heinz and ad hi hiengineers hil hieliginoerL
engineers engineersEarlier eliginoerLFarller
enjlnll Earlier Earler in the day six miners of the Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvana PennsylvanIa ¬
sylvania sylvana mine employed employe nners by the Boston Bostonand Bltn Bltnand Bostonand
mne
and Montana Montna were tre arrested arNte by County CountyAttorney CountyAttorney
Attorney Atorney Breen Drten at the Instigation In ltRaton of the theFlams theI1 theRari I
Rari Flams people pple tho Boston Blton and Montana Montanapeople MontanapeoplS Montanappl
I1 people ppl claiming clrng the arrest it to t b b the theoulmns theoulmnstion theculznlna theculznlnatiun culmina culmination ¬
tion of a long series of ouvfeges oUe perpetrated perpe perpetrated ¬
trated trate tinder I Tder ground round Are in behalf bb of Heinze Heinzeand HeinzeInd Helnzerind rp
and Ind the tl theRamuspeopleln Rams Rrs people pople in an effort erort to t rob rb the thePennsylvania thePInnRyhala thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania PInnRyhala mine of its ilt rich ore oreThe areThe oreThe
The Earns R men today toy were working in into inKround inground
ground which the cour courte derl decreed to blong blongto belong belongto
to the Boston BOton and Montana within wihin the thePennsylvania theP thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania P surface lurfac and the te Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniamen PenT Pennsylvaniamenweretork1rig ylvanl ylvanlmen
men menweretork1rig werow were orklng orkng In the te ground above nbve them thenrThe themThe themThe
The blastings blaltlugs endangered endane the lives lve of both bothsets bth bthfets bothsets
sets fets of miners miner and the word was sent to tothe tothe tothe
the Pennsylvania Pennlylnl men te that wor they had shaken shakendown Kakeu Kakeudown shakendown
down a lot of ground Iround and Imprisoned imprsonCt the theHams theRI theHarris
Hams men The re Pennsylvania Pe1 ylvanla minelllImmelately niners minersImmediately ninersimmediately
immediately RI Immelately went to the Ilarus Rrus to help helprescue hllp hllprcue helprescue
rescue rcue the supposedly suppely Imprisoned Imprisone miners minersand mlnen minersand
and were surrounded lurroundod by a large force of ofmen ofI ofmen
men Including Includlnl County Cunl Attorney Atorney Breen Breenand Bron Bronand Breenand
I and placed plac under arrest arreMtThe arft arft111e arrestrime
The Pennsylvania Penlylnla men went wlnt to jail jai nnd nndthe nndI andthe
the Rarus RnrU miners continued cntiuul to take out the thedisputed thedbpute thedisputed
I dbpute disputed ore There Ther is i much excitement excitementunderground foltemont foltemontI excitementin
In the theunderground theunderground
In Bute Butte over todaya developments
I underground fightFtOtLDEIE fight fightWOULDBE flht flhtI
I JOLDBE WOULDBE SUICIDE Sl7lWf A 4 HAD SHOT SHOTMrs SHOTIM SHOTrs
Mrs IM rs Crow C S M Made lae dc Two Attempts tlmpu hot Neither NeitherDnllrt llhtr llhtrDuUlt cithirItullet
Dnllrt Hit lit Iii Her HerMrs IItr IItrlr 11crMrs
Mrs lr Frances Fmnc Cross Cos 30 3 years II old tried triedtwice trie triedtwice
twice twic to kill kl herself herelf last llt night at her hr home home2S4 home2M
2S4 West W > 8t 112th 12h street stre but ut she proved pro a abad abad aLaid
bad shot One bullet ultt shattered hattro a large largemirror lag largemirror
mirror miror and tire other Imbedded Imbde Itself Itlf In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the mattress mattt8 of her lied liedShe be liedShe
She lives lV > 8 on the top floor for In the apart apartment apar apartnent ¬
ment house hOle With her htr boarded bordtd Mrs Mr B W WLangley WLangley WLangley
Langley her son lon Kenneth Kel1th Langley and anda I Ia
a niece nlr of Mrs MI Langley Edna Armor of ofToronto ofToronto offoronto
Toronto Policeman Polceman Mclsaacs lcl6cl heard hord the thefirst te tetlt the1n4t
tlt first shot and located loate the apartment apartmEnt but butcouldnt butcouldnt butouldnt
couldnt get in He kept on to the top topfloor tp tpIoor toploor
Ioor floor of the next nfxt building uUlhlng and got into tho thokitchen thokltchtn thekitchen
kitchen kltchtn by h the fire tre escape cfcap Ho found foundMrs foundMr foundUiin
Mr Mrs Langley and her niece nic in tho dinIngoom dining diningroom diningrom
rom room huddled huddle up In one corner so fO scared scaredthat lar scaredhat
that they tllo could hardly hl speak Mrs Ir Crews Crewswas CrO CrossraM
WI was In the other room pounding pundln on the thedoor thedoor theloom
door and asking them to let her htr in inMolsaacs 1 inMalsaucs
Molsaacs loIR oprtiiod tire 11 door dor and Ild asked ked the Lhowoman Uo Uowomau theaomari
woman why she shohad mad tried to t shoot herself herselfShe hellf hellfShe herselfThe
She said that she he WAS tired tred of life lfe and that thatthe thattho thatho
the ho sooner Iner It wan 1 over O yer tho better bter The police policeman poli politian ¬
ma1 man took the revolver rohcr away from frm morn PO1 her herThen Ilfr Ilfrlln irerFhen
Then lln she began bgaD to laugh and said ld that she showas shl shetree
was WR only fooling foolug tliat tire weapon had Id been beenaccidentally i beenincidentally
accidentally nccdentalr discharged dischargedAn dIRhnrgl I
An on nn hour later the woman went rnl into Int her herroom herroom
room laid down on her bed b and tried tred to toshoot toniroot i iHhot
Hhot shoot herself hOTlf with ib another Inothtr revolver rcoer but buther bU buttar t
her aim ho better than In her first firstattempt firstittempt
atempt atemptPolcman attempt attemptPoliceman ittemptPoliceman tar was ra no beter thll i nlr frt frtatempt 11 11her
Policeman Polcman Fjinls EnnlF and Shrielxr ShrEllr came this thistime liii liiiime I
time and took tok Mrs Mr Cross Cros to the West Wet 125th 125thstreet 125thitreet I IItrt
tme
Itrt street station tat lon where wher she Ah was waslockl locked up on ona ona onL
a L charge of disorderly dlsrerlv conduct and at nthe attemptsUlcidn atempted
temptsUlcidn empted sbicldce She had m been > n drnking drnkingThe drinking drinkingrhe
The he neighbors nelghbor said 81d that thatehehad she had quarrelled quarrelleddth qllarl
with a man who was wa a frequent huent caller caler at atSHOT1 ather atter
her ter house houseSHOT hou6 hou6SHOT
SHOT THE GIRL GIl HE lE LOVED LOVEDejected 10El 10ElRpJected IMIEDteJeetcd
RpJected ejected Suitor Sultormenwent Then ln Went Home lone and andKUlrd andKDt antiIUIed
KUlrd KDt HlmifJf Imlflfmrl lrl May I Iay flit nicFRENOUTOWN Pc PcFECITOWN flitFriawcurow
FRENOUTOWN FECITOWN N J 1 March Marh 9 9BtRUIO 9BtRUIOho 9Bocause 9Bocauseho Because Becauseho
ho refused rfus to permit prit him to renew rnew his histendons hil hilatentons histtentlons
atentons tendons to her Paul Weaver Weer a youngarmer young youngarmor youngfarer
farer armor living lvng near Erwina Erina Pa shot thot his hisormer hil hisormer
forer ormer sweetheart sweethert Miss 1 Mary lar Wyker Wykerto WrkerHe
He to then hastened hunE to t his hil home hOle three thr miles milesIstant mieI milesListant
dltant Istant where wher he placed plo a noo nol noose o about aboutils abouthis aboutIs
his ils Is neck nek and ad sent lnt a bullet bulet through his hi brain brainMlM bmln1IM brainMiss
Miss 1IM Wyker Is a a teacher t oher at the union unionlublio unionpublo unionublio
publo lublio school Ihol two miles mle from Frenohtown Frenohtown3he Frnhtownl
She Is if 21 yeses yor old and Inl very pretty prt Several Severalvceks 8rl 8rlweks Severaleeiea
weks vceks ago she Iho told Weaver Wpafr to cease 01 histtemrtions his hisMentions hil
atentlonl Mentions to her Yesterday YOteray afternoon afternoone
h e 0 > drove dro to the thl union school Khool and poke to toUs toMiM toIlsie
MiM Us Ilsie Wyker Wyk r Ho pleaded 1tade with wih her to t per perlit peralt r rmlt
mlt lit him to renew ne his hil attentions atentonl but Bhn Bhnnfused shanfud he herf
rf nfused Them 111rr woo W no quarrel quarl however howevernd howeerand
and nd she he accompanied IcomJnil him for a distance distanceoward dltnc distanceowrd
oward her boarding borlnpJ1lce iilaoeamileaway iilaoeamileawayAt plaoeamile a mie away awayAt awayAt
t01qr At the rroH r1 roads roa I leading Itadlng to Milford Milfordmd Mifor Milfordrid
md Erwlnn Weaver WNvr aiwlstwi lUt4 Miss Mi WyVer WyVerrom Wykffrm Wyleermom
frm rom the thl vehicle ehlcA Then Thtn hr bl whipped out outlis Olt Olthil outis
hil lis is revolver reoITr and shot at her three thr times timmTwo timN timeswo
T1o Two wo of the bullets hulet took tok effect tfP Wfarer WfarerIrovn Wlanrdra Veavertrove
dra trove home where whlr his hil Iil lifeless Ufpl body ho wan wanound wal wasound
foud ound by his hil father twenty twety minutes mlnltf after afterits anrhil afteris
hil its return returnMiss returnMiss turn turnM
Miss M Wyker walked walke to t the home hom of Hugh Hughimlss HUGhFi Hughumiaa
imlss a a quarter qurer of a mile ml from where vherehe whereheboarded
Fi
he boarded e be HeroondltlonUcriUoat Heoondton S co
OUURCI CHURCHROWOYERFERMENTE CHURCHROWOYERFERMENTEtir CHU RCR ROW OVER OVERFERMENTER OVERFERMENTERUlI FERMENTE FERMENTEllt
tir llt MKucHANr IWlIt7 it WTl JETS t 1X iv ivIlTK tlJ tlJllOTllW1 IVI
I IlTK llOTllW1 I HTIirltX VET 0 1 Of Off OffVsM o 7 7Is f fht
VsM Is llularMitrilii Ial Iasl ur MtrlIt Ufrllt of llrmil Irnnd > li I Iongr Iongrjfntlnnal toigrikFtlnhisl unlr unlrklUnl31
jfntlnnal klUnl31 iiiiroh rh rxlfwlotli l xtllltl Sot KntHaiitl nt I Ii Iitfaritl
Haiitl lu t 16 tlr I > iI 5K lW UtWi flictr viy ty ni rntllr fluid l Hrslam Wll WllIhr liItiiip mli mliIhl
Ihr Ihl uilirrn Ohrr Ohtrrriaeor Ivrlor III tr Wrlonmw tnIDt till tillThorn 11 11Tlur IliumThom
Thorn Tlur Is 11 a I hljjhly locallmi lotllb ld but extreme extremeuciUo txtremeluteuute xtremoly xtremolyICltl
hIIII In the t Lew LewAvenue I > wl wlAvenue
uciUo ICltl ens faw In of Internal lnt Intllllrrilllon n l Irritation II 10 Jpwll JpwllAIenup
Avenue AIenup tongrffintloual Congll1tloull Church Churh In Ilrooli Ilroolilyn Jroolt JrooltI liroollyui
lyn I n Thr h flrnt 1t ymptoiim HymtnIH were dovelope dovelopewhen dllopodwhll dovelopowiiorr
when whll Mr1 Mr hor forgi K F IJowey loIY was aS admittn admittnto admltto
to full ful irittnbertitt iiifinborBlilp 1mborAhIJ ip In I it the I he church churh last Hun Hunday Hundu Stirduty
day du Mr Ir IVWfy nHWt deals dtIIH In American AmprlclL wine wineIn wlnl wlnlII wInehr
In II Fulton Fulon street rtrft In thin t hL borough boroughTho horouhThe boroughfit
The fit 1wis wll avenue oInUf church ha hi has some SOII 1IC 1ICiiieinlwrH 110 110lellel 1I 1Iuiwmrthers
iiieinlwrH At lost Iflt flvo of them thin thinthat think thinkIhat thintint
lellel
that It i Is I a aIhnlofuly oharnefiilly Inconsistent InconlAtent thin thlmthat thlnthat thinthat
that Mr Dewey Vwe should hue Ixen lJon take takeInto takonInto takeInto
Into tho church notwithstanding notwihstanding tho foe facthut fact factthul foethat
that he h has been brn attending atundlng services fIrlc titer tlinnfor ther titerfor
for at least Illt fifteen Ifln years e and has hal con contributed cn cntrlbutd contributecl ¬
tributed liberally lJrulr to the church funds Ii Iithat In InthBt I Ithat
that time timeThe 11m 11mThp tlmrieTire
The first Ilt Hpaiim 1I1m of pain hiam which developer developerli dtllope
li ho congregation cOIregatlon over the admlssloi admlssloiof admlHflon admlHflonof
of Mr Dewey came caml from from Awlsitant AHfiNtant Paste PantoE Pltor PltorJo
E Jo M t1 Martin Martn HB I Mi so 10 bad bld over tin tinmatter the themater thmatter
matter mater that he realgne re3Ignp1 So did Deacon DeucoiByron DeaconBron Deacoliyrorr
Byron J Hoflori 10ton and iris hi wife Ife So dltwo dl dltwo did didto
two other othlr church churc members IImIIr of somn on prornl prornlnence prominence promlnence
nence But these the f five insist that they the on onmerely are aremArely armerely
merely representative reprf ntut Ive of a I great rMt body boy o othe of ofthe c ctire
the church membership rembehlo which whoh huts not 101 th thcourage the thecourage tbcourage
courage of li 18 us convictions oonlctor They 1E point pointthe t tthe to tothe <
the cordiality crdia Ily with wih which Mr Martin Marin woitreated wall walltreted watreated
treated treted at a Christian Cristian Endeavor moetlnf moetlnfof metng metngof mactinof
of the Ihf young people of tho church lasTnmesdrey las lasTuesday llt llt10day
Tuesday 10day night as I evidence eldpnc of great grEt laten latenstrength I latenstrength tent tentItrenRth
In thi thichurch tho thoohuroh thciruroir
ItrenRth strength of tIre Prohibition Prhibiion cause cIO
church churchOeorfse ohurohOCr ciruroirbarge
barge OCr e K K Dewey in j the senior Ienlor inembei inembeiof membEr membErof niembeof
of the firm Inn of H HT T Dewev JPW Sons wine wimsrowers winegrowclll wingrowers
srowers and dealefH He Hp lives 11t1 In Brooklyn Brooklyieight Brooklyntlght Brookiyelglrt
eight mouths A of tho year veer The other O ler four fouimonths fourmonth foumonths
months he lives IveH In his hl vineyards vlnenrH at a t EgHarbor Egg EgfHarbor EggHarbor
Harbor N J J Biiperlntending Hlperlntendlng the tlO presslnf presslnfof plllng plllngof
of the grape end 1 the bottling botlnK of the th juice jllo oi oithe ofthe o otire
the santo funo frpe Ho HI wild < ymterday yfsnterbyThere Mtery MteryTher
There Ther Is nothing nothln that thlt I deprecate more morethan morethan mornthan
than a quarrel Cuarel In 111 a church churh which wh eh IH BO 10 denmo deal dealto d ar
to nm 10 fnd and In which I have M haveso ve fO o many man friends friendsIf frends frendsI
If I I lx belierd > liovpd that there th was 11 any real quarre quarreabout quarrel quarrelabut quarreabout
about abut my admission ntmillon if I believed bo that thatwhatever that thatwhatever
whatever whatfer stir IIlr has h8 l lsn been > een made Ildo represented representednnv roprp onlt
flew v real rol disturbance dltur llncl of the peace amndgnxx amndgnxxwill and andgod andgodi ROCK ROCKwill
alI will i I of the tie church churh I would ve get out But Buthavn Buttruve I
havn 1 been an attendant tndanl at the thl church ser servicm serlcI services
vices lcI for fifteen yearn a My I children chidren have havebeen haveh havubeen
been h n church churh fftlon members m mbl ever since Hlnc th the thewere thea theasre y ywere
were sre old enough to know their own 01 minds mindsI
I love 10l the church and its I wok woiksAH wokAH workslri
AH for Mr Martin I do not know what whatho whalho hat hatht
ho ht may hav havIto to w MY y against me I do not notknow notknow notknow
know what he may have to say against agaist my myhllneA m mijirsiriess
business hllneA But I know that within ihin a week weekbefore weokIwfore wee weebefore
before Iwfore my admission adislon to the church he met metme metme metme
me after aflr a church meeting and reached rache out outfor outfor oulfor
for my 1 hand had and shook It most mot warmly warmlynnd warml warmlrrrnl mrmlyInd
Ind nnd cordially crdialy and said ld he was WR very Ytr glad to tosee tome tcAce
see mo there thr Sinai IlnC then I have not seenlimit seen seenhim n nhim
him I hud no word or Intimation II tmatol from morn him himthat himthat himithat
that my I membership was not regarded regardedfavorably rgarded rgardedflvorlbly regardedravorably
favorably by him I havent a word to say sayagainst 1 1agahtRt sayngaiuist
against him and I am Iln very ery sorry orl that he hehas hehl ireins
has ins felt called upon to leave the churchThe church churchrv churh churhThl
caled
hl rv Thl The A llr U11IV only oniyword i Ulll S l of l tltll crtlo critIcism wm m T I A I in he have l heard heardor llnlu llnlur A AA
or > ir r of anything wor like lke criticism crilcMm was wla that which whlclI
I I L got from a 1 good gene square man DeacoiJohn Deacoi nlacn nlacnJohn leacomiFohrt
John J J Wells He Il IP in a Prohibitionist Prohlbilonit ant anti and anda andI
a i sincere ln r WIII one I like lkl him bh1 and I like 111 hlnet1ioeln hli hlimethods hil hilmeOldH
meOldH methods I always have though I have havilwaya he heIlwal havemiwaync <
alway
Ilwal ilwaya known that his bil Ideas Idt1 about 111 111jusinees mhulne ray rayiusinese
hulne jusinees kown were not my lr Ideas Idel The other otheilay otherday otirerlay
lay bo came to mo and ad stated stted his prlniples prin princple prinijiies
day cple iples to me He li vraa WR frank frnk and honestibout honest honestibout honestalut
ibout it It But at the end he said to mo moBut moBut trioBUt
alut But one thing te I will wi add Mr Dewey Deweyf Do
f you ou are admitted to membership membrhip In that thathurch thatchurh thathuroh
I churh hurch there nmtWd is not a member In It who will willreet wi willpeet
reet you ou more mor warmly warml than thn I do orwecome orwecomemu or welcome welcomefou welome welomeou
fre
fou ou more heartily heartilyIgned heariy heartilyThey
They tel tell me that Daon Deacon Well Wells h8 h8rlgno has hasesigmied
Te
rlgno esigmied Igned I dont believe beleve It It I isn Isnt t so solo soHo soo
Ho lo o stands stnd by what what he says saysMr sys syst saysMr
Mr Dewey Dewe wont on to say that ho couldrot could couldiOt couldnot
not rot t gee anything aything Inconsistent with wili his hisnembershlp hil hilmemberWp hisnembership
memberWp nembershlp s in a Congregational Conggationl Church Churchrhllo Chuh Chuhwhlo Churchrhilo
rhllo he wan W a dealer deler in fermented fermente grape grapeuice grap grapealoe
whlo aloe as iong as n it was honestly honety and eolen eolenle aoientlfcall scienlflcaily
juctas lflcaily prepared and not adulterated adulteratedis Buleato
He tlfcall le could prpe see some reason ren In the te objections objeion
to 0 his membership mlmbrhlp If I there ther were any ella alloatlons nle nlegatol ellaatIone
atlons that he did not conduct his h business businesslonestly buslnl businessronestly
tt
honetly gatol lonestly But he laughed l he to acorn m any anydanger anyauger
danger 1 anger of such intimations intimationsThe intmtons intmtonsThe
The Rev He Dr Robert J Kent the pastor pastorif ptor ptorof
of if the church churh Is an old friend frend of oMr Mr Ir Dewey Ueweyind Veweynnd Deweynd
ind of Mr Deweys family famiv There was wasCent wa washe
the he Kret greatest t rejoicl rejoicing on the ie prt part at Vr Vremut r rKent
Cent emut and his h8 friends frend when It became bame known knownhat knownthnt knownlint
hat Mr Dewey DIo at the solicitation slctaton of his hishlldrrn Wschidren hislriidren
hlldrrn and his hi family fan h had decided deide to topply toappl toPPI3
chidren appl pply for foractie fo active membership memberhp In the tholhurch tholhurchDr church churchDr churchDr
Dr Kent In tho meeting which was called cale
to 0 consider conider Mr 1r Deweys Dweys motng application applcaton drw drwatenton drewttentlon drew drewttentlon
ttentlon to the Ideal conditions conditol under underhich uder uderwhlch underehich
atenton te dwelt together togethern
whlch hich the Dewey Dwey family faiy
In n the neighborhood nel hhorhoo of the te church He Heemlnded Hermlndl lieaminded
rmlndl emlnded the thl brethren breOlrn that tat It was wal one of ofho ofth ofho
th ho few families fami where twentyfive brothers brothersmd brother brothersnd
md sisters a ters and cousins cuin sat st down to dier dieron dinner dinnerin
anniversaries and made madenerry madenerry
in a frequent flqucnt family famiy anlverrtand mde mdemerl
together with moderation and peace peacen
nerry togthor wih mo rton pe
merl In n their hearts hert on a all families fnmit ought to toNevertheless toevprtheleA toNevertheless
Nevertheless evprtheleA Deacon Wells Deaconessbore Deaconess Deaconessiloore Dln8 Dln8tlor
tlor bore and ad Deacons Dan Dln Hart Ha and ad Johnson Johnn made madeitrenuous mae maeIrenlOI madetrentious
itrenuous objections tohis admission admlRlon The Thejastor Thepa Theador
IrenlOI pa jastor tor finally Inly objectons lost lft patience patence with wih them to toluoh t touch
luoh an extent that he paid in response TlponR to toa toheated
a 1 heated heatd argument by b Mr MartinShaii Martin MartinShall Mnrtn Mnrtn8hal
Shall a argmnt man Judpo his hi brother brotherVre brther brtherWn brotherct
judf
8hal Vre ct unto unt linn that ffiveth ii his hi neighbor neighborIrlnk nellhhor nellhhordrink iieighborrink
drink eply II0te quoted moled Mr Ir Martin Main In scathing scathingeply fathln fathlnreply scathingeply
there I hf warn WEO nine other applications applcatlonl for fornembershlp fortrmbprhlp forneniherahlp
trmbprhlp nembershlp There llr was wal no t vision of ofpinion ofpinion ofpinion
pinion In in HIl the standing Itanclng committee cmmitee on onle ontheu onie4e
theu le < e The Tlo Pro nibltlonists Ilibltlonlltl of the stand stnrdiiK Itnrd Itnrdhi standig
hi iiK ig committee ma1 f ma p a up their mints min I to toarry torarl toarmy
army I Ibl he protest prtClt Into the th church meeting meetingastFrlcay nlllng nicetfngist I
rarl IIt astFrlcay ist Frkn Frirny night 1lght flint 0 pastor pastorlncant pOltor hfon heanlof of ofh ofheir
heir h r plans plan Instead IIittM of allowingthe alowing allowing the whole whole1st wholeof
1st et of ten caniidatcs crin n idatC idatce to be hold hrl up he heiresentoil ireresented I Iprmle
resented separately the remote of tho tholine thebe I Inine
line prmle other than Mr lr bWO Dowoy owey Ho tlien tln read readi rM readlong I Ia
a i long statement Itatpmpnt as a to hw hi reasons TIJS for not notIvlnc lot lotghln riotlying
ghln lying mere corslierntlon ral pmton to the tht protests protestsgainst prtrall protestsgalnst I IagatnHt
gainst Mr fr Downy DownyHe DA DAle D ° wey weyHe
He explained that that Mr Doweydid DewAydldnot not run runwilnon runa runsaloomi
le oxpllnr
a wilnon lioon that he kept a restaurant Itaurnt where where10did wherehe whereedid
he 10did did nothing nothlnp that was W not consistent conHilt < nt with withhe wih wihthr withhe
thr he he rilfoouragement rbcourgemrnt of drinking drnking of Immoder Immoderite immoer immoerItf
Itf ite 14 rinaiitlliiM of wine wi hI He HI had ba nothing nothlnp to tohe toria
ria 0 w wIth flnIIIIAI I h diltied distilled Iquor liquors Many lln membr mactubers of oftie f fthe
the he church churh were wlrl customers cURtoml of Mr Deweyrid Dewey Deweymd DIwey DIweyRnd
md know kno him as an honest bOllt and Oodfehr OodfehrnR Oodf Godtearig ar
in nR man mn He pros p presented nted nlr the thp standing tandincom standingcomitt4P tandincommlth com comnltto
nltto itt4P report of 13 11 to 3 in favor of f Mr MrJeweys Mrteweys
Dw1 Jeweys rpor election lltlon Bettors sfo leaon ltan Johnson Johnsonr
or > r any al of the other objector objoto raised mlll their theiroices theiroices thtlr
oices 0 Ics to head ha the he thing off of the congregn congregnlon congrpn congrpntlon congregaIon
lon had ha elected ellfl Mr Dewey DeweyThe
The Te first flt communion cmmunl n after afer the th election electionvas pllton
vas 8 as last 181 Sunday Sunda Mr Dewey Iewe partook partookJut partookBut partookIW
Jut Assistant wiltant Pastor Martin Marin refused r rud touvve to tocave toleae
leae cave the pulpit to extend to him the te right rightiand rhhthand rightand
hand of fellowship felowship Since then he has hasanded hl hasanded
handtd anded ccepted cceptedMr In his resignation roslgton It I lias l I been bewiccepted beenccepted
Mr Martin went went to Brooklyn n arago year ago agorom agorom
from rom Richland Center Onter WIs Wil Ho H Mom becnmeimminent Momlromlnlnt becamerotninont
lromlnlnt imminent in Wisconsin WIIoln for his success lcrM in inirlving InI inrivlng
irlving saloons rlooJ1 out of Richlnrd Rihlarc Center Centerifter Centerfer Centerfter
I dhlng ifter fer all al other antirum sntiTlm warriors warrlorl had hadailed hodI hadtIiei
I fnled ailed ailedHP tIieilie
HP II said Rld to these thc who saw HW him yrstorday uIrday uIrdaythat
hat his action aeton In protesting proh ltnp against Mr MreweyB Mrlowrys tlrDew1
Dew1 eweyB election 1IeUon and in resigning re lging nlht was wasiltogether wasItogether 1
altgether iltogether based bMd on his hil objection objeton to Mr MrJeweys Mrtewey lr lrDeey1
Deey1 Jeweys tewey a business bUlntl He had never heard a aTord I reord
Tord against aainst Mr tr Deweys Dewevl character chnrnler aside oidrom MldAfrom asideom
from rom or the fact fact that tht he h dealt d l in the tht th fermented fermentednice frrmnttd frrmnttdJuic fermentedrice
Juic nice of the grope gropeMiinn prnl prnlInrn grapeMuran
Miinn the Shop hol Mm 1n Kills Ii 11 Illmnrlf IllmnrlfWASIIINOTON IlmAIJ llimstifVASIIDtOTON
WASIIINOTON W AIINOTON March Marh B OAlox Alex F Mcrar Mcrarell Morarcii or r rwel
wel ell known In business bUII111 circles olrcl of Waen Waengton Vaahgton Mh MhIn
In gton ton as a Mo Morl1 Moran ran the shoe Ihop man com comJttfd cm cmnU11 cornLitted
nU11 Jttfd Rtilcle fllcle at A his hil home In this thlt tini city to toay toCT
cn ay by mooting Inootnl hlms bml hlmenlf ° lf In the heart hlar with withrevolver wih withrevolver
1 revolver roher He Hf hud bli len 11 rNpnmnnt rlpotnt for forim1 forml forime
im1 ml time timeFilipino tlmplplnn timeFiilpinqu
Filipino lplnn Outlaw Outaw U Ulnd flsnds mls r IUlit IUlitfifirctal Flrht Flrhts ItgIrlpc1at
fifirctal s pc1at ral CaMf I a aI r ffipaitl lpac > to THF THr PtN PtNMANILA resMxuit 1
MANILA LNIU March 0 nI 9It It is I reported that the thnnvlte thAelte theviteouIlawbande
elte nvlte viteouIlawbande outlaw outlw bands badl of MonUlonand Montlonand Samn Sam Samln
ln in n fought toubt between btwEn themselves themllv In the ilil Ba Bangas B Baingas
taaa ngas mountains mount with th disastrous ditru results resultseach t11 resultseacb
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husband 0 hlsoll Is il treasurer rsurr of the Knox Kox Hi HiManufacturing Bt BtMnlufacturlllg ThManufacturimrg
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way a to tho Majestic Theatre Thetr yot ytY ytYnrpmoon yosterd yosterdafternoon rd rdafternoon
afternoon nrpmoon her hlr ooup6 ootip oup was wl run into atFlft atFlftavenue atFlItaventio tFth tFthlenUo
avenue lenUo and Ild Twentysixth Tent slxtb street Itt by a true truedriven trok trokdriven trU trUdriven
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driven by ly Bartholomew Brtholomew Frnltln 6Q
Courtlannt avenue The Tle Bronx The Te coup coupwas ooup6 ooup6W coUiwas
was W Courlndtavlnuo overturned oerume and nd tho driver drTer throw throwfrom throwRfrom thro throfrom
from his neat neatMounted lot lotMounted seatMotrnted
Mounted Policeman Polcman Fitzgerald Ftzgemld hnlpc hnlpcMrs helpeMrs
Mrs MI MaoForland out of the overtumei overtumeivehicle overturne overturneehlclo overtumnevehiclo
vehicle She was not hurt hurt but she gasup gas govup ga1o ga1oup
up going to tho ho theatre thetre and went home i in In Ina I Ia
a cab cabFranklin cb cbFmnkln coltFranklin
Franklin Fmnkln was lart arrested but was discharge dischargeIn diharge
In court cour because becu8 there was w no complainant complainantDENY cmplinant cmplinantOf compialnanDEX
DENY Of DEX CAPT CA BEATONS CLAIM CLAIMEnglUh CLAI1 CLAI1l CLAIlIEnIlsh
EnglUh l nllh Relative RtlaUn of I Lrd Lord l Shand Snd Nearr NearrThan Ntaer Ntaeran TesrtThan
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LONDON LNDON ltr March Mach Dpcl 8 9The The family flniy of th thlate to tolat Umien
late lat Lord lr Shand paid pid no attention atnton to t th thclaim the IIclaim
claim of ofCopt of Capt Seaton Saton an inmate of SailorSnug Sailor BallonSnug Balor BalorHnug
Snug Harbor larhr N Y that he is the right rightful rgt rgtfil righfurl
furl fil heir of the dead dea nobleman Them Theraro Themare Iher Iherare
te Shand hen henIncluding hereIncluding henincludIng
are nearer nerr relatives rlthl of Lord Lrd
Including several leyeml nephews Morcovethepo Morcovei Morcoveithere Morver Morverther
ther there are no estates etats held hlld by the emIl famllIn famiy famiyIn emIlin
In Aberdeenshlre Aber erllhlre as 1 Is asserted 1ete by Cap CapiSeaton Opt OptSaton CapSeaton
Seaton SeatonThe
SeatonThe Saton The title tite of Lord Lr Shand lapses lapes with wit hi hideath hl hdeath
death the patent conferring onterlng It present prescrlbIng presenting
Ing that tlt to It only ptnt should descend desondfrem descendfrom from fathe fatheto tater taterto fatlato
to BOH ln Lord Lrd Shandleft Shand Iett no son sonPOLES sn snPOI sonPOLES
POLES POI WANT AT OlIN Or IlISHOP IlISHOPPope JIUHOPPopt ISISIZOPPope
Pope Popt Anxious Anxnul for or Some settlement Settement o oProblem of ofIroblcm C CProblem
Problem In This t Country CountrySptclal Cunlr Cunlrlrcal CountrySpecial
Special CoSta Cal Detpatlh Dtlelh to I Tax TB Sen Svitfloima SenKOMK St
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KOMK HOl March Mach 9 9Owing Owing to penslsten penslstencomplaints prltnt prltntcmplint persistercomplaints
complaints cmplint by the Catholic Ctolo Poles PolEs of th thUnited ilie ilieUnitd thUnited
United Unitd States BUlI who insist ID1t on onhavlng having Bishop Bishopof BLsboiof
of their teir own ow nationality natonalty the Pope Pp iras 1l requeeted re requested r rquete
quested quete the Congregation nggaton of the te Props Propaganda Prop Propsganda
ganda not to todeiay delay dely In making mkiga a report reprt o osome at atsmesuggltln osomesuggestlon
some smesuggltln somesuggestlon suggestion as 1 to how the Poles Pole ma mabe my myb mabe
be b satisfied eat fe without hurting huinK Irish Ih anGerman an anJerman ad adU <
German U < ra feelings feollngHSeveral feelng feelingsSeveral
Several Seral more or lees l u difficult dlfct plans pl bay havlieen hve hvebeen baybeen
for tune tunebut tlxnebut
been under consideration onslderatlon some smetie smetiebut
but the Pope Pop fearing fering a schism schim has h deteraimed deter determined detr detrmine
mined mine that tlat there ter must mUt be b a speedy lpy solu solutlon 11u 11utlon eoluIon
tlon Ion of the problem problemFVNEHAL problemFERAI problemFUXEflAI
FVNEHAL OF VON iO WALDEttSEE WALDEttSEECrown W WAI1IERSEECrownPrlnee AlDEnSEEcrown
Crown FERAI CrownPrlnee Prince Prlnl Attends Bringing Drlnr5 a Wreat WreatFrom freatb WrestiFrom I IFol
From Fol the KaUer KaUerSpecial Haber51tdel Ialeerpe
Special 51tdel pe tat CMt n nlpaclt PpnUth pn < f to < o Tm Sine StnfHANOVER SI SIIANOvR SinehANoVER
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attended atttnde by the Crown Cw Prince Prce who ee eecorted e ecrte ascarted
carted crte Countess Count von Waldersee Wader He Htbrought Hebrought Hebrought
brought a wreath reth from the Emperor EmperorAmong Empror EmprorAmong EmperorAmorrg
Among the others othel present pn > ent were wer repre representatives rpro rproRntntvl reprosentatlves ¬
sentatives Rntntvl of the United Unit States Stt and other otheicountries otherclntrlO othercountries
countries clntrlO Princes Prllt HeViry Iltry and Albert Alber i inumber a anumber anumber
number of other othlr Princes Prnc sixty General Generaland GeneraLarid
and a large lrge numberof numor < fofclla fofcllaofer officials officialsAfter omcialsAfter
After ofer the services Rrlo today tody the body boy was wasconveyed weeconvoyed s sOIeyd
conveyed OIeyd with wit military mitry honors honon to the rail ralKway mi railway
way station stato for transference tr nsferenc to Neversdoz Neversdozwhere Neveroz Neverozwhere Neversdozwhere
where tho burial bural will wl lake tke place plce tomorrow tomorrowTAX tmorw tmorwTU tomorrowr4X
TAX ON 0 LABORERS FOR PANAMA PANAMAiglnlatnre PANAALlAlatue PANAMALe
LlAlatue Le iglnlatnre tslature of Jamaica Jamle Takes Te Action ActionPrevent Aoton to toPeent IsPrevent
Prevent Peent Emigration EmigrationSpecial Emlaton EmlatonSptr EmnirstiouSpecial
Special Sptr CaNt Cal nitpalc Dflte lo THI Tl sow BtmKINGSTON Bt BtKINOBTON sowKiNGstoN
KINGSTON Jamaica Jaic March Mrh 9 GTh The Leg Legslature Lg Lgilatue Legelature
slature passed today ty a a a bill bi practically practicallyinhibiting prcl prclprhlbltlns practicallymrohIbitlng
ilatue pe to Panama Labor Laborrs
prhlbltlns inhibiting emigration emigton t Pama Lbr Lbrel
ire rs desiring to go there ther will w be b compelled compelledo comple
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el and contractor will have haveo
to o pay 111 15 each eh ad controrwi bve bveto
secured in inJamaica inJamac inramaica
to o pay 110 10 for every ever man see
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Jamac The measure meu causes cUt great gt1 dissatisfaction dissatisfactionlere ditisfaion ditisfaionhere
here lere The e Government GTem en is i trying tryng to t arrange arrangerith arrge arrgewth arrangewith
wth with Washington Wlhgn about abu gottlng gfJttlg laborers laborersF1LIPIXO labr labrF1LIP10 laborersFILIPINO
FILIPINO COUNTERFEITERS COUNTERFEITERSIra COUlTEllFEITERS COUlTEllFEITERSJUe
JUe Ira Who 10 Have HaeOn BeenMaking Been MalS Making Revenue RevenueStamps Renue Renuestamp RevenueStamps
Caught CaughtSpecial taugtntSpctaJ
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Special CoN Co Diipatch to 1 Tux T Sew SewMANILA St Sow51Ar1ia
MANILA lANIl sp March Mah Dlp 9 Government officers officersave otr otrhave ofilcensieve
have ave arrested arrt1 two t1O Filipino Fipino lithographers lithographersrho lhographer lhographerwh
rho have been bn making mng a large lrge number of ofloverly ofcloverly ofleverly
wh
loverly counterfeited revenue revnue stamps stapl of ofilgh ofhigh of1gb
high denominations denomlnalon and circulating crlaing them themhrough themthrough themhrough
hrough bank bak employ employeCologne ass assCologne l lColope
Cologne Bankm Fall FallSpecial Feltprcla
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COLOONK CLONE March lrh 9 GHor 9Horn Horn 4 Co C bankers bnker bankersrave
have 1 ave failed tale Involving houses hous in Paris Pall andirussela and andirusAels andBrU1
BrU1 BrU1Tte irusAels irusselaThe irusAelsTlie
The failure of Horn t Co was WR looked lookedipon looke lookedipon
ipon Tte by faiure international Intertonal banking bking houses housestere houN houNhere housesmere
upn here mere as a unimportant Wllportant r It is i ascribed McrO to the thebu theu1l
u1l speculation 1 carried on in Europe on ontween onIhe onho
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bu Ihe ho prtuption presumption spulation cre tht that there woud would b be no nowar noran
war btwn between tween Russia RUla and ad Japan Jap and ad is i onl onlno ony onlme
ono no of a number numbr of European Europn failures talue wide whlclave whlohhae widenavo
hae lave followed folowe the I outbreak of war warPlllplnn wr wrI wr1Iplno warItiilpino
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MANILA MANIL March 9 OThe The St Louis Lull exposl exposllon ezpo8Iion expsi expsiton
ton lon commission oomlsalon hasbeoncompleted hs has bn been complot completed Eleven Elevenf Elev n nof
of > nf f those 01S to towhomplacesupon whom places pl0 upon It itwere were offered offeredleclinod ofer offeredleclinod
delne leclinod on the te ground that Olt their teir services servicesvere seric sericwer servicesvera
wer vera needed nee In the te Philippines Phipllne The Te forty fortyhree tortytr fortyhree
tr hree commissioners commlBloner Include Justice Justc Anal Arelano Al Allno Analsf0
lno ano AttorneyGeneral Areneta Arnet and Oovs Oovstallies GovOIM 0evaillee
OIM tallies and Mechon MechonOur Mehon MehonOur Machonthur
Our Wireless 1lrtlt Stations Slaton In the Caribbean CaribbeanSptetal Cribbean CribbeanSptcal CaribbeanSpeclaJ
Sptetal Sptcal CoW Dispatch Dp e to 1 Tar TI SUM SUMSAN St SoreSAN
SAN SN JUAN March tlarcI 9 9Wlrletlegl 9Wireless Wireless telegraph telegraphrations telegraphtatlons
Htatons rations have hav been bn established eltabllhed at San S Juan Juannd Juanod
nd Culebra Island the stations stationsf
ad on Clobm Iad only ony Itatlonl Itatlonlof
of if > f their thrlr kind In the West Indies Indl8 One is to toe toIw tore
Iw re > e eroded ercte at Guantanamo Ouantanmo thus thU connect connectiig con coimectrrg et etIng
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1 jJ D on Mr Choate the American Aercan Am AmKing AmI Amrassacior
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King Kin Edward Et1ard at the Horse 10te ShireSpccial Show RliovtSpecial ShowI
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