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r flratpcQ > matlgp at lcC 0lthfcrepiorta t roJ Ort that the Japonea Japoneahave Jopuese Jopuesebr Japaneibaro
have established themselves the lves at Feng Fengm Fon2w4n1M
II w4n1M m n t SWacg fi r and d elsowtore In intho southerMi souther outhernM
br Mi ncnuHiCond C iii d the Indications now or orthi ne neth arI
I thi th4t t they tey oroso IOO rrm from native natve gossip golp Thi ThiJa Te TeJa ThI
I Ja Jaaneso > aneso MO legation leg tl n here lias ha no Informa Informatlon Inrorr Inrorrtlon inforrnai
i tlon on the he subjoot IUQJot of the reported rprto lam lamor landr laniL
b or ornaval r naval navo engagements eng gement and IH i sceptical Icptcal e eboth or orbh cboth
both bothpespatches bh bothr
r j bhepatchel pespatches eapatche from rrm Toklo oklo and Seoul repoi repoxtht repoithat rport rportth
that th t the winter I n northern norther Corea IB II re relosing r rling r r1aIng
losing ling although alhough It I will wl IMJ a fortnight o oleast ot otleMt a1eiat
least beford bror befort uprlriK prln begins In earnest laret Th ThJapanese The Thep iiiJane8e
p Japae Japanese land forces tOIH meanwhllo nr nrteadlly nr nrf nrsteadlly
f teadlly Itcdl progressing propI8Ing northward limy h ul ulready aII alf
I There here Mild to t tthrjee b bt >
f 1 ready ry hold the roudn are ur b bi
i Wr t thrjee thtcomplo tbieo complete divisions dlvllon In northern Corai CoraiAs Cora Coratt Cori CoriA3
tt As A1tho the Japanese JapalC advance the Ku HUlalt HUlaltc Busslan Busslany slaii slaiicontinually
y continually c lnla rcllro rtl o toward towlrd the tlJ Ynlu Hlvei Hlveiintending Uherj
j S intending I alng to mkko l ko NVijti Wil Ijii their tllh defriiHiv defriiHivAccording dlrlnHlO dlrlnHlOi ftnt4ivu9e
i f u9e u9eAcoo1Iug e eh
h According ccnthlg to 0 a Kinchuu Kllc lau despatch to tin tinCfyofacfc Lhe Lhet ti tiq tiChoAktc
q t Cfyofacfc chrofcrc ChoAktc all the tb strategical trateglcil points whiel whielthd whichi
i J r thd tb JapaUWolimy JapleIII possibly puILly urn UtI In erossini erossinithe croH crossintLF lng lngi
the t111li tLF Taju Hlvvr hum Iwoti 1tl mined rlu1 by tli tliRu the ther tlup <
i r p Ru RusF lahi iIB rho I1ho h lot Iattr tr tor have hle recouceul ncolcltrt rcoueeutrtt rcoueeutrtttn rutei ruteiIn d dt
t In i1io fhlTnolBjVborhood tho neigjilorhood of Klulienclietig Klulienclietiglln lulelchell
nllJI 9rhood
L lln 1 1I4chengbHZFiug1tticIwflg 1I4chengbHZFiug1tticIwflgTINoIow iohenlYtfc ehe c FciiKwailgchpni FciiKwailgchpniINOKOW nJU JcHng JcHngINOKOW
RUt TINoIow INOKOW March arch 10 10I 10It It Is I posllivcl posllivclstaledthat pOHltlnlyt
I t staledthat Ht e llt KeugwaiiRchDnK 1 lgwlngcheng and ad the neigh neighbo neighb neighbohcod
bo b bohcod hood wore wer eie quite Cul4 undlnturbed uOI turled as I late ni niMnixh ni niMth niM4eh
Mnixh Mth M4eh 2 when nothing 10tl11ng was known of th thiJaranesp thJa thJaaneao
Jaranesp Ja Jaaneao ae being lng anywhere aywlul In Manchuria Manchuriathe unchurlar
r the Te Chinese chlnew art UIJ suffering Ilferlng ffjg much from rror tin tint tJ tJi thilmnesy
i t Imr lmnesy IT ITo Y cnentratlon coneentratlon of r rIT nl JtisIan Hlan IrO I It IH IHI
I t I In j the o eighborhood of Mukden nkccl Ill Illerfngls 1IiauferIng1s I Il Ila
I a auferIng1s erfngls erfnlls parlculnrl particularly acute at atwhLioa11 Liaojnng Liaojnngre IUanl IUanlI
I w whLioa11 re rRl nil the inrm Inl ini and numbers nUIII of privati privatibuildings priyutcI
I I g f buildings bu ldlngs have ao been oel appropriated for tin tinIncoming the theI thutheimlng
I Incoming mcnng Ihoiuuinds lhOlnd Thous nd of soldiers soldierwREJQLVTIOXISTS Holdlll Holdlllii soldiersI
i f C Call I1 I on IVunsliin utln ot t to Contrlhnte to th thMnr til tilf liiit
t Mnr lt nl runtt runtti 1111
f t
i i tfftcial phi p Ctz2 Cable tinpHcli la Tnt Tui six sixSr SI SII 5tL
L Sr r PETEBSBPtin PETEISDuno PETERS VRn March lrch 10 10TI01anIA 10TI01anIAi IOt1uousand IOt1uousandof Thousand Thousandof
I i of qoples oplC of Q t a revolutionary rQIolulolar manifest manifestappealing mnirloto mnirlotoappe manifestoapeaUng
appealing appe lng to citizens ollzlnH not to contribute contrlbutilo
I to Iho hr u war wa warfund fund were Wlrl distribute dl trhute through throughouti throu throught l
t outi OII tho city cl yesterday YPRlcnlir Soino oro orne wore prc postei posteion potlti potltil IOStClz
z l on walls wals until unti the t he police removed them themThe 1111 themThe
f The manifesto manlrcto also al o warns WaTI citizens citzenH not t tsupportthe to touJpotUloUormlnt toupportthelovernrnent <
supportthe uJpotUloUormlnt upportthelovernrnent Government because hecluf it I brough broughabout hru broughabout ht htt
t about for frivolously frloJru l dynastic asto purposes pUrpOII ii iiwaf i iwar a af
f war waf which whiichwhhl hlbhwi will cost Jlt millions mllolK of rubles rlll nncruin nnc ond ondr flIuJI
r f I ruin rlh ruik thVcoimtry thVcoimtryHAYS th thcoiintryiiAi com trr
1 HAYS l iiAi i s stt9LsIsnSere1ary ATTITlDE 4TTlrJI CORRECT CORRECTllntslan m 1 1I
I llntslan ID tt9LsIsnSere1ary tn Secretary 1lrrt r Sn Says S No Fault anl Can 1k 1kIonnd II IIi II
j i o Vonnil ond Since Sllee War Megan MeganSpeelatCable Illan Illanr Ele an anI
I r SpeelatCable SptclCubl Dtmatclt Dupalcl to THE Tal THEt SUN SUNST SUNl
l ST t PETERSBURG PET1 BlUIO March larh 10 10Hlttlr 10Hlttlrt loSecretar loSecretarNeatoff Secretary SecretaryNeratoff >
t Neratoff etatt of the Foreign Office Ofce said to Tiif TiifBus TUESU TiirSc
Sc Bus SU corrpandenttoday correspondent corrI8pondent today toc that tlat the LJ Kusslai KusslaiGovernment HulanJ HussianGocrnment
J I Government Gterment regarded regaded Secretary R retarr Hay Hayattitude Hars Harsattud iIayatttud
attitude attud atttud sincethe lice ince the commencement of th thwar thc thowa thcwa
war wa wa as a courteous clrfUS correct coret and conciliatory conciliatoryTh conclatorr conclatorrt
t Th Russian Government Goverment had no inimical inimicalfeelings Inimicalt
t f i feelings toward tward him 1dmSome himSome himSme
Some Sme months ago Ids policy plc was wn M perhaps perhnnrlittle prhapl prhaplltte perhapslittle
little ltte regardful regaldtul of Russia UU8il 1erhaps lerhap Japan Japaithen Jopn JopnT JapantheI
then T believed bleve it could rely on American Americataid Ameriun Ameriunaid Americanaid
aid for which whl9hh he seemed semed to blame blme in Rus Rusida1 Rusi Rusgta
i sil ida1 eye e ey Thls Th jnimical jnmcol a1micaI feeling relng toward towarcSecretary towardsetr towardI
I Secretary setr 8ecetaryHuy Hey Trasonly Ws only n reflection reletlon o othej or orth ofthe
thej th the popular ppqlrprt press rwhich whlh which would woud be allayed allayecif allyed allyedf allayedif
f if the Ue present pret attitude of America Amerca should shouldbe houldb liouldbe
be b preserved preservedThe prere
r The Russians RU6Ias had hadbern been hurt by bythe the display displayof disply displyor
of feeling eelng in America Amea and England Eglald but buthe buthe
1 he believed beleed this tbs irritation irtatin wan Wi subsiding subsidingThe subsidingTl subsidingTh
The Tl Th treatment treatmfnt the Russian Rusian sailors Biorl had ha re received ret received ¬
t i ceived celve from rrm the English Englsh at Colombo Colamb had hadfavbrably l1adf8rrab luadfavab1
favbrably f8rrab favab1 touched to tou1 uCMd d Russian HIRsian feelings feelingsCOlLDT rcelngl rcelnglf feelingscotjiiirrixp
l f COlLDT COtJDl cotjiiirrixp FAW FI n IttSSIA ItSSlU SHIPS SHIPSVlcpArtmlrnl ShIPSIeptdmIraI IIPS IIPSl IIPSrmlnllltmura
VlcpArtmlrnl rmlnllltmura Kinilmiira Hrnorts niprts on onlldt onOs Tlacll TlacllYost
1 Yost ostok Os ok Ilpmhardmcnt IlpmhardmcntWASlrtNOTON t flonituardment flonituardmentWAsl1tOTO1 mharlment mharlmentf
f WASlrtNOTON WAIHJXOTOlt March arch 10 10The Tho Japanese JapaneseLegation JaparioLeT1n Japanle
1 f Legation L r today tedar gave out the thl following followingdespatch rololn rololnf fohiovlngdespatch
f despatch deptch received rldn by Minister ntfr Tnkahira Tnkahirafrom Tnkahll Takahirafrom
from Crl Tokio TokioiViceAdmiral TokioicrAdmlal TokioViceAdinirI
ViceAdmiral icrAdmlal TCamimura lamlmur Kamimurninchief Commander CommanderinChief Commalder Commalderr
r inChief in hllr of u division udhislon of the th Japancxn JapluA fleet fleetproceeded fet fetf fleetu
f u proceeded proed to the northeastern norhoter shorn orn of the theharbor theharr theharbor
harbor harr of Vladivostok Vildlvrlok on March 6 and andbombarded Ind Indhmbrrllthohlrhor andbembarded
bombarded hmbrrllthohlrhor tho harbor for thin purpose plrpOt of a ademonstration adfmon admonstratioa
demonstration dfmon tratioJ for about forty for minutes minutesnt mlnutf
l I At 2 P M Some H me soldiers olclel were seen Ipn at fbi thnbutteries thl fbibatteries
i butteries bterl but no noreply reply > was mi made to tho thobombardment thor
r I bombardment bmbrment Oh oi Oh the next morning morln the thosquadron thei
i C squadron qlocrollcolte boo scouted tiled in the I hI direction dirltlon of the theBay thek thena
k i Bay na a of America Amlria and tho th Hay of Htroroku Htrorokubui Htrorokuk
k bui bu found nothing nat hln hing imnuial 111 ualt there t hlll At noon noonthfiVquodronmailn 100n 100nf noonI
f I thfiVquodronmailn t thequadron hflqu ron malli mauI for llm I tI hn eastern Ot crn entrance entranceof entrnce entrncet
t r of thIeuBay jheiibiypf theJr of Vladivostok but not findfngj find finding fnd ¬
ing 1 thn th enemys IntmYA ships hl turned tlro to 0 Pofwlet PofwletBa POlet POletBl Pcssiett1nd
Ba to t1nd find ndlhtJI Hieni but ut they thp wero WNf tot there thereeitfienrfca tlllre thereeiter4
eitfienrfca eitfienrfcatilltiOM 1 er J Jf
f All 1 fiovrriimrnt Orpnnrnt Otllclals nlcla lTkIa1 Must lie le Careful CarefulllrKsrillni Carful CarefulItegsrdlni
llrKsrillni 111111 Sputrallly SputralllyVJlMnVoTON XrIitrslll3VAP4riraTo Iltralt IltraltWAMri
WAMri VJlMnVoTON oTo March nrh 10 IOThe Tlie President Presidenttoday PrOldent PrOldenttonr Presidenttoday
> today issued iFRuP the I he following f010inl executive executiveorder executiveorder
t order orderAlPdffleTalvof orderAlr6f
1 1I AlPdffleTalvof Alr Alr6f f lalor rals of HIP thl Oovernmont locrlmrlt civil rnlll rnlllt mi inthttarand
I I t trr1 tarand r > viind naval 1111 are hembv IIJrblllrettd heretivtltrecteci ilireot l not only onlyto onlyto < nly nlyt
t to oteprxe 0 rve 110 1un 1 Prosidonts PI l rnt proclnmstlon prodamRton of ofneutrautr ors ofccitt
s t neutrautr ccitt Gb eUtV rf In the thl Pndin t war between Russia Russiaandi RUSAII Ruissirts4sfan
t andi s4sfan fiin but nlso 01 to abstain from elttier elttiernctfotffor elhlr elhlrI etthractimevr
I nctfotffor inltHI speech frhlch hlch can Iceltlmatrly Iceltlmatrlythe 1ltlrRtd 1ltlrRtdau leoitiinatelyauue5frrjtatton
aclkcor au auue5frrjtatton lfrrjt1tol pcch to either or the comhnlant1 comhnlant1The combatant combatantThe
the < tovcrnmpnt hornmlnt of the tl InlteH rnltll Status Rlltls Stat represna repre repreMnts relrl
Mnts sna thn people of the til Inited lnie Htaws HtlUJA not 101 only onlrIn nly nlytl
1 Mnt In tl thrtfJincerltj t tbIn ln erIU with wlh which it II is II I endeavoring endeavoringto endeavorirtto
u to keepitnr uel thl scales aleR of neutrality noutrlt n exact nnd nndpvetirbHtln Ild Ildpvet uiti uitipveflthntin
pvetirbHtln > ntln tn thsjneerity siJK fI > erlty rl with which It de deplores dl dopIore ¬
pvet plores Dlo thecbrenklntr0ta or tho present 1IRnt war vnrjindhcT warndbote waranoue
jindhcT anoue UIbrektn > es that thlt It nlll ou end at the Ih onrllent enrlpRt poe POBrible P08Rble poestbeioincnt
rible stbeioincnt ndbote woincnt 1cnt and lnd with wlh 1 tho ho smiilleHt Rrlle l nowiibls nowiiblso pAibl pAibl10RS pouuusibleboss
boss o ttuthosa tal08 enqapJ enqagsd < n atrwl Such HUlh a I wnrlnnrl wnrlnnrliably war a r In lnsvt lnsvttably v
iably 4nTses nrrp s and Inflames InfameR the Kii suiscenti suiscentibhhltlf 1 centl centlTooof cept
thly blttf bhhltlf nt IA t11 cmbntnnls combatants to anything In 1w the thAlatli thenktqr
nktqr < or tf an Injury or sllht lghl h by oltolrel oitIrlsrs oitIrlsrsTooofnunnbettanta
latli ar Inury
Too Tooofnunnbettanta Tooof OU1 nootnlMtnntii ombtlnt makeronnictlnK mnkl Nlflctnl claims claimsIk
Ik to WI Uio be duticR and ohllsntlons ohlgntoM of neutrals neutrnlso
eo o that en fTnwhlh dute wht whth > h dlsrhnrelnc dlrhnrllnr these thesdutes thesdutesnd duties dutiesnd dutiesndeb1la4tiOns
nd ndeb1la4tiOns tllt wWiMtion e Jhllol with ecriipulou care it I Is IsclifflcuUto tl haI
I dlm othetprtr othetprtrI clifflcuUto ulto avoid giving Aln olTenco otenc9 to t onoorthe onoortheTpiiuoh o oiuu II or the theotlt theothetprtr
otlt Tpiiuoh plrr unavoidable unaoldbll causes cauls of offence otenc cine cineto duet ciliato
I to t TOluo tho performance prformnnce of national nRtoul1 duty there theremust therl theremustnot
mUtnot must nql he he added nddld any avoidable causes causesIt cU el
It WWwayB Ilhrl s unfortunate 1OTUMt to brini brile old world worldntlpithles worldsatipithies orld orldRntD1hll
ntlpithles I and Ind Jealousies Jealclelf Into our life or orhy orby
3 RntD1hll by speech or conduct conduc to enito IElte anger alRfr Irl and andresenrm andrfepnhnt nd ndrpspntrutnt
resenrm rpspntrutnt pc nt tbirnrd our oil nation nlton In friendly rrendlyfnrPrlnndlbut friendlytnrnjelnndsbtat
foroiepJandsibut rfepnhnt fnrPrlnndlbut toRr01r In a I government fOlrrlnt kirernuncnternploTee kirernuncnternploTeewhosqtlcIih employee employeewhoseqrpcial emplole emploleho
whoseqrpcial ho Q cl1 position p01ltlon mnkes him in some someens3 lore loreInfUle someaenai4tne
InfUle aenai4tne ens3 the represpntntlve rPTf8 ntltc of the thl people Jople the themischief themlRlhllr themischief
mlRlhllr mischief of such purh actions aclon Is ereiitly gluty Inrreared InrrearedA Inlrelsl
A Mronc tronl and Ind lfconfldent tlconndent nation should boud he heparticularly
particularly parlcularlJ careful Crful not only nlton or th the rights rightsbut riht rightsbut
0 0 but of the th susceptibilities lu8rfPtlhllfR of Its It neighbors neighborsand nrl bDorl
and Ind nowatar oil il of o the thl nations nntons of the world worldarnnelehnqriijOne worl worlIJIfhhborlolp worldire
arnnelehnqriijOne ire IJIfhhborlolp ieichhoraone to the other fourtfsy fourtfsymoderation COltlRY COltlRYmou nuIrtesy nuIrtesymodeaticm
moderation mou And selfrestraint IrlfrlstrRlnl should mark markInternal mATkIntlmAlin imarklntethatlDnaT
Internal IntlmAlin lntethatlDnaT fntcHI on arr no less I than prl nrtA private vain Intercourso IntercoursoAlllhn Intercours IntercoursAILthlf InlerourecAlI4lie
Alllhn officials omcnl of < r the Ihf follrnmlnt Jovcrnment civil civilmilitary cvl cvllt civiltiutilinry
military lt rf nnd naval are expected so ante to o oar oarthem naTty naTtythemseIs rry rryIhemselVes
IhemselVes them NI both bo lln In ant nr and Rn xpcf In deed dff ns to rive giveno riveno e eno
no eflrtseorJimt MII rJU1 olTmoe olO to the people of < any anyfornlim Iny anyfotujtgfland
fornlim rorotlnd fotujtgfland noV friendly rrlend power iincl with lh all allmankind 11 allmankind
mankind mlnkd we are lre now In friendship rrlfndhlp
THFODOHE TRFOlOnt HoosKrKM HoosKrKMVfipf fOORFtRIT fOORFtRIT10 8oosivatr4tIJIocs
Vfipf 4tIJIocs llocsc March 10 idOl idOlAVAl tfOlX4141
nnulini lit ° Rrhiiilnpol SehaMt to pol l Think Men lln ten In F Far FarJ FarEsit r rRiit
J Riit Flt hair II Illnndernl Unnderll Unnderllh lilunderedt Illnndernlrerliil
h rerliil t r4 fatilt 4MPflplitCh fnpnl flnpatth In TJIK TCK Sim Simlosrw 1CI ftrsJtrnN
losrw INr 1rl March Marh II I I I A deapatch rlrpateh to the theIrirHr therfT1r thelroTMr
IrirHr rfT1r trorhSetNi tir tr mSehastopol eblopol opol pays Il it is stated statedihat statedIhat4itutre1
ihat Ihtdtlml Ihat4itutre1 AdmlnO Skrjdloff fkrdlol will 1 command comranr the thnRue thonu theRut
nu Rut Rue W jflti IWtic t ltlc squadron fuadran which wtllh wllLMill wllLMillfor wlU Mi
for IhoEor Fa Euet Ba Jt > t In June JutieThe JuneThe JUle JUleTe
The Te despatch rlptch adds dds that tho naval nlal officials officialsthere omelath omeletstttere
there th a sx r utterly uttJ depressed dl by b recent lt
events event There Ii a harassing hallng mnplolo mnplolothat Islclon Islclonthat euspiolothat
that the conduct cnduc of the naval nval war wa wa on I Rue Uuislas Ru Ruslas Ruealas
slas side ido with the exception 90eton of cOhe dtthe the Varlag VarlagengaRement Valag Valagenga Varlngengagement
engagement enga emnt will wl bo b regarded rega by foreign forelgnavies foreignnavlC foreignavies
navies navlC especially Cp6lly the British rlLsh as beln belnworso being beingWOl belaworse
worse WOl than blundering blunderingWARSHIPS blundeinl blundeinlJAmilPS blunderingII4flShIIPS
Dfprrate Desperate Dfpper te Course Suggested Huresttd to bet Ilai Ilaiilin nuiImn
ilin Heel f1fet to Far Bait BaitSpfrtal Elt EltSputal Eastpeulal
Spfrtal Cable Dtipalcb lo TUB SUN SUNAniB SN SNARs SUNIAnzs
IAnzs AniB ARs March Marh 11 lAcordlg 1iAtcordig Accordjlng to tho S SPetprsburg St StPltfTburg SIPetersburg
Petersburg PltfTburg correspondent correpondent of the Tcmf Tcmfthe Tt Tcn Tcnthe
t ttake to totnke Itake
the Russians IhJHHlals contemplate attempting utemplng
take tho Baltic lall Kftiadron uldron to the For Eat Eatby Et Etly Ealy
by ly way of the Arctic Artlc Ocean OtII it HIl i Is not 10t proposed pro prcposed propo
posed po rd that thut the til th vessels eAI shiill hn start before bfur mU mUmimmer rld rldHUllllr midslliu1Illsr
mimmer HUllllr mul Ind as n I noon ii Ut 115 iho warm Irm weathc weathcselH weatliCsets lUorftH
sets ftH in icu tirrnkcrH hrlkI of tho Yormak typ typwill typo typowllllrolmhir typwill
will wllllrolmhir probably lI RO o to tho White hlo Sea ea to ORcci ORccitain Ir Irtall ascer ascertaiti
tain tall whether wllther tho northeast 10rthtUt paspoBP Is I avail available aI avaIlable
able abl It 1 ii in It believed In Si Ht Petersburg Petnurg thu thusuch that thatHuch titesuch
such a voyage U I feasible rllslhIL and if ilprovea IrrJrve s sthe athe O Othe
the lleet will wi certainly follow that tt rouU rouUarriving rout routIIhlng rbutearriving
arriving IIhlng In II AtiKUtt Algutt II Ii r September SeptemberThu
Thu work of completing ansi anflequlppln anflequlpplntho equlppln equlpplnthe CIUiPPItito
the wiurdron qurdrol IH II now going goln oh 9jl ii day a am amnight rmd rmdnight nnunight
night It I will wi lhi comprise lomprl e nlne nll bitttrenhlp bitttrenhlpand blllKhlps blllKhlpsand
and a large number of cruiserami crul ernli biped tovpodboot tarpoo tarpoobOlt bipedboats
boot bOlt < It Is confidently conldentl expectcnl tIm thathese thnt thntthlt tImtIIC55
these thlt will wi prove an effective eItotio cbtintorpolK cbtintorpolKto cunteroll cunterollto
to the Japanese Japlntit fleet feet They hl may even em emtho end endtho muthe
tho war If t with Admjrol AdmraI Makaroffs Iakarts hell helfrom help helprrm hellfroiri
from rrm Port Arthurthey Arthur they y fanseparateth fanseparatethJapanese ctn n seprto separate tb tbJa1anese tho thoJlpnlo
Japanese Jlpnlo fleet fet from it 11 Its bases 111eH and Ind thereb therebrender therby therbyrender therebrender
render It Ineffective IneffectiveHED Inefecll InefecllI Ineffectiveitt
I HED IW itt IKOSS IT SlUXGIItl SlUXGIItlSociety Sil4iItISoIcl l4f UI UIsoclet
Society soclet > Iormeil Forml for IxtonilliiB l xtrnfn nether nrllf t tUntili to tolut tliuthicldrs1
Untili lut liuthicldrs1 liuthicldrs1PCilI Slilri Slilrifprrliil SIII SIIII
I 811 fprrliil rattle rubllJIItleh IXifnlch lo a TlIK Tit nh nhSIuNailAr Mcs McsSHANGHAI St
SHANGHAI SUANGHA March arch 10 IThe 10The The Hupsian 1U111 sun sunbonl un unboal unIoat
bonl Mnndjur indjur la still ti not 1o disarmed dtmrmll I Ihas It Ithal Ihas
has hal been decided deddec to Intrust InlrUt Her armamen armamento armallnt armallntto
to the keeping k plng of n I Chinese cruiser cruim IIP IIPcrew hpr hprcre hecrew
crew cre remaining relolnlng aboard of her herAn horAn tierAn
An international IntenlLonal H IPl lied l Cross r rosa society > oclet v ha haboen hM hMbC1 habeen
been bC1 formed romle hero to assist MIIIt both t the he Jupanc Jupancand JUIanlo JUIanloand Jupanesand
and and Hiifwliui nl In wounded wounho and Ind to t relieve relee refu refugeiw refugel refitgees
gees geiwThe gel gel1he The 1he Cliineso lllner have ha subscribed Aubfrhe liberally lbraly t tthe to tothe tuthe
the fund of o the society Rollt being bin much eser eserclsed ex exJr exJrciseci r rclHd
clsed clHd over Ihe condition condllol of their thoi com compatriots compatrolR cornpattiots
patriots patrolR in Manchuria both in the thl Interior iuterioand Interiorand lnterioiand
and on the seaboard aboard whence whlnce tlu > Russian Russianwill HUAiant HUAiantwll IttissianivhlI
will wll not allow ulow them t to depart departU depnrl
U I him hlH been htn decided clolded to establish a I hospltal hoe hOl hOlplll hoeIitull
pltal plll nl Nowchwang owchwan with wih the help of Brillsminsionaries Drthh DrthhmiHsionlrlli Brills I3ritislmissionaries
missionaries miHsionlrlli It I is It hoped that the Kussjian Kussjianwill luBlnnf luBlnnfwi Ilussianviil
will wi protect prtft and Ind support Rupprt this thil and relie relieworkx rlef rlefworkHln relieworks
works workHln in the t he Interior InteriorKIXGS InteriorKIS interiorKIsTPS
KIXGS MESSAGE fm TO THE TIl CZAII CZAIIAssured Ztl ZtlbSlrel ZthZ ZthZissiircd
Assured bSlrel Him 1m of Enfhilla EnglundStrlet ICnclmids Slrlet Strllt Xciltralll XciltralllCordial XlltrII eiitralttCordial
Cordial orctat Reply fpl Sent SentSpecial sentSpcnta ent entpcl
Special pcl Cable Dcipatcli lCpal to Tn r K iicv iicvLONDON seNImmos Sr SrloDoN
LONDON Immos March llrh Hi tThe lUThe Tho correxponden correxpondenin
in Paris lariH of the Router Telegram Telegrm Compan Compansays Compl Compl1s Compansays
says 1s he has hatlelre learned from frm a hl Itigit li quarter quarte th thtruth the thetrutl tintruth
truth trutl concerning the communications commulicatlonl be betweon betWlen between
tweon King Edward nnd an mt I th thl tlti Czar on thi thioccasion the theotallon thioccasion
occasion otallon of tho recent Unit IHlt to St 51 Peters Petersburg Petersbur Ietersburg
burg bur of Count BencktMclorfT Deneladort the Rusxiai JiusslarAmbassador RusxiaiAmbassador HnR ian ianAmba8ador
Ambassador Amba8ador to Great Britain BritainThe Iklall IklallThlJ BritainThe
The correspondent cnrreRponcent hays 1 > that liing Ing Ed Edvrard F Fward F4ward
ward didn did 16t ntt t send end aKtter a I lutter tfrlo to the Czar Car but buthearing buthearng huthearing
hearing hearng that Count COUlt BenckendorfT Dencktndort was WQ going goinfto goingt goingto
to t St Petersburg Ictprlhurp to bid fBrewcll ftrewel to his son sonwho 11 11who sonwho
who was wn al on the ice eve departingTor of deptingJor th thFar the theFar tbiFar <
Far East Et his Majesty IajCt invited tlie tJI Ajnbussa Ajnbussador AbA AbAdor Ambassador
dor to visit islt Mm and conversed conerH with wth liin liinon hr hron bitton
on affairs concerning concering the two nations nalon Hisent Hi Hent Utsent
sent nt aar the te Czar Czr a cordial messageand mgo ad and ex expressed exp oxpred
pressed the hope hop that tht thetonebf thewreof the theof presi presiof prre prreof
of p bothcountrieswouldbecome would lessacutji lessacutjiHe I lesericut lesericutHe s
1ut 1utHe
He bthcountrles also assured Mured theCEarprQrpaiBrltalnj theCEarprQrpaiBrltalnjstrict the heCa Czar lom pl p O ta tld Iiritalni Iiritalnistrict W Wstrct
strict strct l neutrality neutralityCount neutraly neutralyunt neutralityCount
Count unt Bcnckendorff Bnkodrt on n vretucning UI jrx jrxLondon t tLondon
London Lndon hastened bEeled to t convoyf coej1 convoyto to King Kingward Ed Edward I o
ward the Oars rs cordial crdil acknowledgrnerr acknowledgrnerrof ackn
I or his hl message messageJAPAXS mesS messagej1h1tNS
I JAPAXS IPAf LOAX LOAXOvfrsiiliscrlbfU LOAXOvrrsiit1smrIbed qA qAonrslhslrlbdTwllt
OvfrsiiliscrlbfU onrslhslrlbdTwllt Twenty Times TlmesSflJtic ml8SJIf S mr Ifo Ifoffn For ForeIn 0 0I
I ffn 11 neMdent ne ltent Aided AldrdSpecial At Aidedpectal rc rcI
I Spt Special al Cable abit DespairS Dupac to Tar Tr SUfl1ogio SUN SUNTOKIO SUI
I TOKIO March 10 10The The Kubscription ubrptlol t tthe to tothl ICthe <
the thl national loan lon closed co today tar Thc hoar loatwas 10n 10nI hoarwas
was greatly over subscribed twenty times timesit
I al Jrrtl Iuhlcrbed tm tmIt
it is It stated Atlted Some Hamp of the foreign foriRI resident residentsubscribed rldMts rldMtsI residenteulecrihed
I subscribed subscribedThe eulecrihedThe lhcrlhe
i The now no taxes taXe are expected explcte to lu bo 16 com comparatively cr crparthel coinparatively
paratively parthel light l ht as municipal munlCipl taxation taxton wit wilbe Vm Vmbe withe
b the of various varlouipublic variouspui1ic
be reduced rl1 by postponement rrlolH rrlolHpuhlc
public puhlc works H 1 is anticipated anticipte that tbt thi thiincrease bittinernaefl
increase incrN1 in the national ntional income incme will wi amoun amounto amount amountto amounito
to noooofwo rOfO yen yenLosnoK yenLonth ln lnIosnos
LosnoK March Iarh 11 IA 11A A despatch clCpatch to thi thiTimes tll tllTinel tluTirnee
Times Tinel from Tokio okio pays fS thill thlt the foreigi foreigiresidenlH foreigiiipaideitls
residenlH IPlldpntH of Yokohama subscribed Iublcrib nboti aholt
100000 100 to the thp Japanese Jnp1p loan lon of which ni niAmerican In InAmerlrn arAmerican
American Amerlrn firm Ir subscribed Iubrlbe half hair The re remalnder remainder renunlnder
malnder was as chiefly chllycntrbltl1 contributed by b Ger Germnns German Germans
man nnd Chinese ChinesenrsstAx ChlnCe ChlnCeISMA ChineseDISShIX
Urnt rnt Down After tn 1eavlnc lAatnr Port Pnrtlld PortNaldThc PortNaldThcnew MIU Tl TlCrew >
1 18pull
Crew new Sa Saved SavedpctaI d 1 1fipeelal
fipeelal 8pull CMr ncipntth Dtpach la TriESUK TriESUKLONDON ruissuNLoDoN ItE SUI
LONDON March 10A Russian transnorhas transnor tranKrtI transport transportIias
I has ha arrived nrrl pd at Suda Sud Bay frQm Port Said Said8he RaidI SaidShe
I She has hl on board tho crow of aRusslai aRusslaitorpedo ntulantorpeo aItussiaritorpedo
torpedo torpeo boat lost lot baton on tho voyage vojagenrssiAx IOIC IOICmSSI voyagetzrssii
nrssiAx nEMAxn IWlI hLlItXDOY ox ll CHIXA CHIXAnnnts IIINAWants lI lI1It
nnnts 1It an Explanation of Her Ilr Nentiallt NentialltStand N entralltStand ntraJty ntraJtyStand
Stand StandSpecial StandI StandSptrfa
I Special CaJtit CI Dtipatch QpOlcl la 1 ti TnK Tn SDK SDKHONO Sm SvyUoa
I HONO 10NO KONO March Mach 10 IOA A tespatrh paeb fror frorPekin freziPekiuu
I Pekin nays it Is reported roprtt tlierethat Russi Russihas RUMiaI Ruseishas
I has hl cornarred emanc1 from frll from China A Jucd lucid explana explanation explaa explaaI oxpianation ¬
I tion 1101 of her hpr attUuce atit < e as rogaris rqnrs regarcB neutrality neutralityowing neutralty neutraltyowin neutralityowing
in Man Manchuria Marcchuria
owing owin to recent rlcnt wmplcation8 nl
churia rltic le to ii the refUMl rrC119C of f the tlO Tartar TartaGeneral TartarGeneral
I General Geel Tseng TAen Chi tc hi to moetitHe meetft doinanc doinancof dmanCRor
of the Russian RUflaJ authorities authorisesAll authorltl
i All te Japanese in the the Clilneso CinC ci1n wnrvice RIlce hare havibeen hnvhll hareiperi
been hll Al request Cuf1 1 to te sign lign n 1 gilitrantoe gUimto faith faithfully ralh ralhfllyto faithfully
fully fllyto to mairtainChiras mirtailC maIn nInCir lraf as neutralltRlSStAX neutrality ncutraUtnSS14 neutralityRtSSF4X
I nenortrrt nrprtrd Ilnn to 0 Moblllrr o II Two 0 Arm ArmCorps Armi Army ArmyCarps
Corps Thrre Thrrefprelal Thmre5pthiI
i corp Tm TmSpunr
fprelal Cable Cllt Dnpolch Dtp DepatchLosnoN teh toTnr 11 J SCN SCNLONDON 5csLONnN
LONDON LONnN March ilarh U HThA Tho Daily DailJ Mail aiIM aiIMIt sAyit sAy saysit
it has reliable relable Information Inforaton that Russia Rusl I Iabout 18 18nbt Isabout
nbt about t to mobilize mobiz two army ar corps corp In Turkes Turkestan Turketan Turkectan ¬
tan It adds thatthis that thlsmoerent this movement will willdoubtless willdoubtless
doubtless I initiate iniiat a military mta demonstration demonstrationthe demonstraton demonstratonte
doubte the te details detail of which hich are ar being hll worked worke out outby outby outby
by the authorities authoritiesOur authorlte authorlteou
Our ou Officers om With lth Rnsittn nn lln Arn ArnWMHnSOTOI Army ArmyWAFHISOTOK ArpiWasir1Noro
WAFHISOTOK WMHnSOTOI March Marh in if Official an announcement announcemcnt announcernent
nouncement WOB 8 made at the th War Depart Department Departmrnt Department
ment today that mtf Russia has hs granted grante th threquest the therequest
request rUft of this thl Government Goverct for permission permlssloito terlMion terlMionto
to nend Iend four army Irmy offlcera ofcEJwlth with the thf Russian Ritnstatarmy RH Russianarmy > in inormy
army IntheEaet In the FAst Orders Onlr for the departure departureof
of the officers were werf issued IAsuf this afternoon afternoonCapt artron artronCapt afternoonCapt
Capt William afcr llliam V Judson JUclrof of the Fjigineer FjigineerCorps FKinor FKinorCor FngineerCorps
Corps one of tho officers ofoer to go Is I now In InWashington Inlhlnton InVastinton
Washington Cor Vastinton lhlnton Capt Cpt W W Dibpon Gnmn Ord Orelnance OrdnRrlce Ordnarico
nance Corps orpe Capt George rlrE C Galley Gltey Ar Artillery Arliery Artiilery ¬
tillery lOr Corp and Ind Captfnrl Capt Carl al Reichmann ReichmannBeventeentn ReichmannReventcnth fleichmannSeventeenth
Seventeenth Reventcnth liery CorA infantry Inrantr will wi go o from rror the Iheplace lhePh thePhilippines
Ph Philippines pp I nl Clpt Capt Qi Qiheon ln WI was sllltn selected In Inplace inplace
place i of Capt Kerr Ker who Is ill I and ad unable unablto Inlbp Inlbpto unableto
to leave Iln Ira In at this time timeCrew tlmeor timerews
Crew rews or War a Prlrci Released ItclratrilXpftiot Heinld Heinldlfrl ReleasedpsrIa2
Xpftiot lfrl Cable Ct DilfOlOt Dfflc ta TUB SUN SUNNAOARIKI v vSAOAf vs vsAaAsKI
SAOAf NAOARIKI AaAsKI KIMarch March 10 1 Thp crews crws of tim timmerchantinen thi thimerchantmen thomlrcultmen
merchantmen mlrcultmen captured captnro by II the Japani JapaniKlnre Japanese Japanesesince
since Ilner the beginning IIFhinlnl of the tll war wlr comprising comprislniSO mpriAtngI
SO on c Htirslans Germans lermnrut prmnn ahd nhe Chinese lhlnl haw havibnen hawhon havelinen
I linen hon R 855010 IJ releaioil relea1 Forty offl of omers ers lt remain rmnln at atIn atR
In 1 fur C B r a Cold In nn 014 Pa Oar flaytake OarTake Da
Take UiiUve Drorao Drmo Quinine Qulne Tablets able All A Dm Dmrtni Ur Urrfn DiiisJ1
rtni sJ1 refund LaUe the Oe money mODe It J It I f ta4Ia JU to 1 cure Clre U UQrov C SGNu W WOrnalcolre
GNu Ornalcolre rfn tltuture U I e nob el IaC box b JSc Zac441 Zac441I Zac441r Xtfr A
It I Seems Sems That Tat One Ole Ilrldccford Irldseord Who 110 lilt llnIlern lilthem
Ilern hem Heard leul of f Urfore UErore Ii Iromotlns Iromotlnslnder lonlotnr Iron1otiflI1nder
lnder 1ndlr fled nl1 Crow Symbol the ° Gran GranWar Grane GranWar
War Concert iaud anti uli KnKrtnlnnient KnKrtnlnnientS 1ut rtRtnmrlt rtRtnmrltS
S Uchldu U hldn CdnsulGeneral C lulOenlal of Japar Japarhas Japan1B Japarhan
has 1B rccclved rtclve In the last fow ro dar days severe severeInquiries seleral seleralInquirll severoInquIries
Inquiries Inquirll from bankers hunker nnd other olllr buslnee buslneenieiiwho hUlnl buaineuumei
nieiiwho meli mei who asked ked if t ho has hl authorized authorize tli tliuse the thetL Lbitse
use tL lof of his hi annie nonwlnlIIPton In connection with wltl the t ho sell sellirig HlI selllug
lug of UckltE tickets ton to u Grand War ur Concert Cancer an anEntertainment aud audEltlralment altEntertainment
Entertainment Eltlralment in tins tl th Interest InterCt of tho IU IUCroHs Hll HllCr ItuCtotis >
CroHs Cr Society of Japan to bti bl given In th thGrand the theOrnd th thGrand
Grand Ornd Ctltrul Central Palace Illace on April Apri 12 12Tho t2Theul 12P1w
Tho Theul anna persons pCIons who Inquired Inquire about aboutho aboutIhe abotithe
the conceit rncl11kId asked also Ilso whether Mr r Uchid Uchidhad Uchidl Uchidhad
had hld anything In hJnlo to do with wih the solicitation olclaton c csubscriptionsIn or orPcJIItoi1 aaubscrhiutIocs
subscriptionsIn aubscrhiutIocs PcJIItoi1 In aid of the Red He Cros CrosSociety CrOEI CrosSociety
Society Socet by b tho tw itt men who were nellin nellinI ucelllntickets eng engtcket
I tickets tcket I to tho IxniMt blnIJtt or with wih the thesiLIort propo propoLsltlon p1OpO p1OpOIIUor
Lsltlon IIUor siLIort that Is 1 I belpg bel1 mad I to business bIlnC me meIn ren renIn meIn
In tlidoity did cty to buy advertising alherlng space KplCO in tc tcprogramine til tili the theprogramme
i programme programmeThe programmeTh programineThe
The Th > ln IlqulreJ inqulrcra < Ulrers said ud that 250 each was Wi th thprice the theprlco Lbprice
price aak Ik1 aak1 < d for the th concert cncert tickets tcketK and that thablanks thatblank ticablanks
blanks blank bearing beaing an extemporized extcmprl 1 Red Rlo Cros Crosemblem CrlS CrlSeOllllm Croseaclulern
emblem eOllllm set up with printers printeT rules rule wen wenbeing werobeing weribeing
being distributed distribute in the thocHy city notlfyinf notlfyinftho notying notyingtho notIfyintlce
tho addressee oddrll of his hI selection Heleton as 1 a a patrol patrolof ptron ptronar
of the Grand Ornd War Concert Concer and ald Entertain Entertainment Entertainment Entertainment
ment nnd saying sayingI Baying1ke sayingMake
I Make nil l checks chlIU payable pable to II I Kcmmchairman Kcmm Kcmr Kcmrchalrmul Kemunchairman
chairman chalrmul or S Uchidii echldl ConsulGenera ConsulGeneraof
of Japan JapanContributor JupanContributor JapanContributors
Contributor wore further directed dirte t tsend to toI tsend
I send the checks to tho general committee committeeRoom commitee commiteeHoom committeeItoom
Room 810 132 Nassau lau street streetMr stret strettr streetMr
Mr tr Uchida told tho inquirers InqlIrr that hi hiwas he heWI huJu
was WI Ju interested interCtel in no scheme Ichero which nrndi nrndiit madoit
it iipx Ippar appear > ar that the Japanese Juplnle Government Governmenwas GovernmentWI
was WI soliciting solcUn aid Ild from tho American Amercln pe pepie po popll pea peapie °
pie pll rind Ind that he WOK WI not IJt aware that hli hliname his hisIlme bluname
name Ilme was being used I PI In print as It was wasYesterday Wil Wil1tterda wasestercIu3
Yesterday 1tterda afternoon his relations relltOU with thi thiGrand the theGrand thuGrand
Grand War Concert COlccrL promoters 11rolottrl were se seforth soforth HCt HCtrorth
forth at the Japanese Japanl consulate coDulate and Ind some sonuinteresting someinterlUrthlll soncuinteresting
interesting interlUrthlll things were evolved evolvedAbout evolvedAbout volvl
About two weeks ago JJO it i was said aid a roar maiwho mln mlnwho roarwho
who asserted Mlert1 that ho represented reprl elte K t J P PSmith PSmith I ISmith
Smith A I Co of 132 Nassau a8lu street trltt calico calletat CI calicoat 1 1 1lt
at lt tin tl iii Japanese Japnl Consulate COllulltn and told Mr MrUchida Mrlchida MrUchldl
Uchida Uchldl that that thlt concern had ha decided deide t tgive to togiv to togive <
Grand War Concert and Enter Entertaimnent Entertallnent Entertaincnent
give giv a 1 rOld Wu cw Concrt Ind
taimnent tallnent In II aid of the Red It Cross CrQ o oJacnn or orJavan 01 01Jann
Jacnn The ConsulGcneral CnlulGnpral did not object objectIn ohjlt ohjltIn
In fact he was not 10t in II any al position to oh ohject 01 oh ohJoel
Joel jectHut jlcl
jlclJut Hut Jut K I J P I Smith Smih t Cos representative representativesaid rlprCntatho rlprCntathoMid represeiitattsaid
said that the tIl concern cncer didnt want wlnt to o do tb the theI thethln thcthing
I thing thln all 11 alone It J wanted W11tl the ll Japanese JapaneseConsulGeneral JJanee JJaneeCou6ulGenerl JapanestConsulGeneral
ConsulGeneral Cou6ulGenerl and prominent Japanese Japanesein Juplne1e Juplne1eIn
in Hie city ci to cooperateThat cooperate cooperateTlint copmh copmhllut
That llut Mr lr Uchida informed Informe his hi caller callerwas calel calelw callerwas
was w impossible ImpOihlc The Japanese Japan consulate consulatehe 18ulate 18ulatehe
he said would lend itself It > t to no undertaking undertakingwhich undertlklng undertlklngwhich undertakinghic
which hic rondo It appear that Japan lllon woe wntsoliciting woesoliciting mMolclLng
soliciting olclLng aid alc F FJPniitIit JP J P mith mih t las os repro reprosentatlve renr renrsentathe reprosentMlve
sentatlve left Ilh the consulate consulateA cOlsulate cOlsulateA
A few days later came cal n man 111 who said saielhis Huldhlt saidhis
his hlt name was Wi J L I Urldgoford Irldgrord from frm F J P PSmith PHmlh pi4ricith
Smith Hmlh iV 1 Co He 11 said that even 111 though the theConsulGeneral thetonsulGelerl theConsulGeneral
ConsulGeneral tonsulGelerl would not cooperate aIrtl with withSmith withSmilll withSmith
Smith A t Cu the concern onr had decided to togo togo togo
go ahead aheld with lh rice tll undertaking All Al it itwantod Itwlntf Itwanted
wanted of the th Japanese JaJ11 0 ConsulGeneral ConsulGeneralMr Conlulenerl Conlulenerllr
Mr wlntf lr Bridgeford Bri geord said Iii was Wa va the permission permissionto mlwiol
to have lnn check drawn in his hi favor In Inthat Inthat Ittthat
that way Ia it was a set tt forth rort any a doubt as a to totho totho tothe
tho thorough integrity of tho concerns concernsintentions cncr concernsintentions
intentions intltlonl would at once onc be dispelled dispelledMr dL pltd 1 1Ir
Mr Ir TJchldn consented cnscnted to this thi but at the thosamo thesame 1 1amo
same time iii h hl days tyt ho reiterated rientNlthat that ho icewoutid ho1woiild I ICad
1woiild Cad tme not have hv Itr It l apueoiv appa thatJap that thatJapan Japan vms wissoliciting vmssoliciting
soliciting Bollctlng any nn aid He 10 told Bridgeford Bridgefordthat Dridgror
that they could culd go ahead ahlnt with their tlclr ent elter enter entertaInmnnt r rTalnnwnt
Talnnwnt tbt inTnt it they tlty desfrod dlFrd and give he the theRed thoRtd theRed
Red Rtd Cross Cr8 whateverithoy whte they chowB ch from fromthe frm frmthe 1mmthe
the recrjpts CJpl Uewould of ofcUOI course hesaid hesaidaccept h htIdaccept Bid Bidncpt
accept ncpt any lny gift iet under ucpr thoso conditions conditionsHBUpposed oondliolt conditionsHeupposed
HBUpposed Heapp8C he no says sas that the arrangements arrangementsfor arngemenl
for the tl concert cm Jrt saY were wet going on along alon these theselines thCe thCeIlrs theselines
lines until unti ho began ugan to IC receive rlclve Inqulr inquiries inquiriesThere
0 Ilrs There Ther Is i a J Ij I Bridgeford rdgerordwho who has been becninterested bn bntntstcd beeninterested
interested In other flr entflrUiinments enl4rtnlmntl similar similarto Ilmilr Ilmilrto
to tho Grand Ornd War Concert COICrt in this thi 1 city cityand cty ctyIld cityand
and Ild who managed several FPHral promoting promotingschemps promotingschpmpt promotingschemes
schemes schpmpt that have Upti talked tllkld about abou by bythe bytht bythe
the tht newspapejrs more mol or less lebq In 1598 1598when 1 isaitwhen 98 98vhpn
when npwJIIJr ho was icing doln business hulnl with wih the thl firm firmof frm frmor firmIf
of If J I L < Bridgeford A t Co at 218 Fulton Fultonstreet Fultn Fultntn Fultonstreet
street tn > t ho hf entered Into an agreement Igrlmlnt with withthe wih wihth withthe
the th officers ofcl of the Ih Now tW York Snileirs Riol mid nndSoldierv midSldle nodSoldiers
Soldiers Sldle Families Fnmipl Protrctivu lrtcLt Association Associationto AAclaton AAclatonto
to furnish turlth 8XXl 8fO programmes prgrmr for a benefit benofltconcert benlt benltCJIrL benefitconcert
concert CJIrL to Ixs given in il in Cnniegie CaTlpgll Hall Hnl by bythe h hI bythe
the thl OAsociation Iciatlln and Ind to solicit olcit subscriptions subscriptionsfor SUh lriPUonl
for advertisements Idprtwmenll Ho 10 was WI to get 50 50per 50per 0 0pr
I per cent cnt of the money 10n ho took tok in J J JPulleyin JPuiein 1 1luileyin
pr Pulleyin Puiein who was WI s chairman chalrlll of fr tlu t tic h > entor entortainment Pltur Plturtainment entortninnccnt
tainment cominltteo Clmlleo of tho th association lolntion In Ina ina Ina
a said letter letIr written writln just jlt before heforl tlw th concert concertsaid concertsaid nl rt rtImid
saidWe We W Ve have learned Icarr that those j eoplp plopl > Vera werogoiiiK wfre wfregolnR Veragoing
goiiiK about soliciting Ioleiting suJiscriptiems ulcrIJtllnl to toour toour tootir
our fund flnd irrespective Irrcpte of ndn ad in the pro programme proI programme ¬
gramme prammelnd nnd tint nt a I a meeting r ltinl of tim thf executive executiveeommittoo eecutlveeomittf executivecOrttxtilttoO
afternoon have taken takotimeasures takenmeasures
I eommittoo this atlrOOI we IIo takel
eomittf measures mfasurq to If punish these tlle people peopleIn peph pephIn
In 1807 1817 Undgoford was IS connoct conlltt connected < l with witha wih wihn witha
a plan to organize frjlnl a club cub for poemon poemonnnn policemenand policemen policemennnd
nnd ilrpuirn frpmC which was wa to l he > e called cllh > Strong StrongHall Htrng HtrngHal Strongflail
Hall Hal after alr Mayor ayor Strong Htrong St ong Tho Mayor Mayorwas aor aorwaR
was reprcsentexl rprented in till literature htertut which whichwas wlilll wlilllwal wlclelcwas
was wal sent nt out appealing for rtibperiptlems rtibperiptlemsas Ilhrirtlnl
as 1 indorsing Indolwg thoplan te olpng plan but It was wal snld 1 said Inter Interthat lter lterI laterthat
I that he hI had not comniittesl comnJtf1 liimsolf hhnsl The Thename Thenamf TheIarne
name namf tnt of a bank 1lnk president also was used usedon uAI uAIon usedon
on the finance fnall committee commiten anti afterward aftorwardremoveel nftorwnrdrlmoved afterwardremoved
removed rlmoved Bridgeford Brdgeord also alo anc was al connected connectedwith connechol connecholwih conrecteolwith
with wih a scheme In 1800 tRo to establish Ctabl 11 tho Rnil Rnilwav Rai Itailwy
way Conductors Conductot Club Ciutht ClubP Cluni
P t J P PSmith Smith k t t Cos COI office ofc In II Room 010 010t3
132 t3 i Nassau SaHI street Is finely fntlr furnished Ac According Accorilg According ¬
cording corilg to the sign tlgn on the Ihl door d orl Talk Talkthere Tal II IIpublction iipiciulication
publction piciulication also hal has iA its heanuarorH heanuarorHthere headquarters headquartersthere
there An A employee erplorle of tho building hulcUnf said saidthat 81ie saidthat
that Ihu LC Sutton and S F 1 Soott worn wo also alsoin ao aoIn alsoIn
in Smith Smih A Cos COI office oflc Scott Scot is the man manwho II manwho
who H a few years el cnrs ago solicited 10lctod Biil sulorip suloripLonA auhecriptiorte > scrip scriptlotm
tlotm LonA for the Second nl Naval nn I Battalion attllon of ofBrooklyn ofDrok ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrooklynTho Drok BrooklynThe 1
The Toblnnk ulanUs which worn sont out from fromthn framthl fronithe
the thl office ham the thl Rod R Cross CrO emblem at atths ntthA atthe
the Cop with this dlrexjtly direty underneath underneathHeadquarters undeleath undeleathHe underneathHeadqitarters
Headquarters He dqlartC of General Commit Committee CommitteeGrand Cormilo tee teeGrnd
Grand Ornd War Wlr Concert Conlert oncert ahd ntl Entrainment EntrainmentIn Entertainment Entertainmentin
in Aid of the Red Ro Cross CrO Society Soiety of Japan JapanWith Japln JaplnWith JapanWith
With each blank four ticket tikels to the concert concertwcreenclosexland concertwereeicclospoland
wcreenclosexland reelcloAPd and the tlA ti direction dirtion to send Ind all allchecks al allchecks
checks chrks to whomsoever homler payable plyahlo to the thecommittee thecommlltee thecomittltteo
committee is II explained explnlne as W follows followsX folowI folowIM
X RI fl As M the enclosed elco8d tickets tlkeA entitle fnLte holder holderto holdr holdrto
to reserved wnts 11 will wi you OU kindly kind remit for forsamo roram forsame
same am to general Inprl committee rrmltee at your olr enrllest enrllestullot enr1c enriiestpoaih1e t tpolhle
polhle rnllleJC OnVenlepee In orlr order that we ta taRlot tna tnaallot
allot Rlot seats rfls to your yourThe youR youRThe ou ouhl
The hl ticket Lcket of admission admllon to the te concert concertsays conoertMY concertsays
says among other things under the to same snmoAid Mmoprlnte sameprinters
MY printers prlnte nlll nibs Red R Cross 0 emblemAId emblem emblemAid
Aid tho soldiers sldier of the Flowery Flower King Kin ¬
dom who fall ral fighting fg tig for civilization civlztion and nndthe Ind Indthe andthe
the open Opn door dor In China ChinaLAlGHED Cia CiaURED China1IIGUED
Member of City CI CityCouncli Counell Counll Win Hid Hd It ItDropped I ItIJropped
Dropped nropJd Draft Oed Fortyright Fortrlght hours After AfterSnAitoK Aflr AflrSllROS 1fterSnano
SnAitoK SllROS Pa March Marh to tohaons 10Sharons Sharons City CityCouncil Ciy CiyCounci CityCeuncil
Council Counci had thlrtoen thir members membr for forty fortyeight fortyeight fortyeight
eight hours boul Last Lt night one of Its It mom members momb montbets ¬
bets b Charles CarC Vandcrholt dropped droppe dead dea atthe at attho atthe
the fe ret feet > ct of his hil wife Ho while hiI apparently npprntb in inrobust Inrohu inrobust
robust rohu t health healthOn heflth heflthOn healthOn
On last iwt Monday night lice ho Sharon Shfron Council Councilreorganized Counci Couttoilreorganized
reorganized rorlanlze Thorp I orl wore fivo I holdover holdovermembers holdovorrembl holdoverncrnbers
members rembl and eight now nuJ nu ones ono o Council Councilman Counci Councilloan ¬
man ma Vandcrholt Yanderhol called ca Il I the hi attention atenton of ofthe orthe ofthe
the other memlx remll members > rs to tho number nurhr thirteen thirteenand thirten thirtenand thirteenand
and laughed laughe al about > out it itMlMlmlpnl it itU itMICaluilIpIll
MlMlmlpnl U 8IRIPII Stratnrr Itrnllr llurnrd All Al Kami KamiMrMriiliTonn SaveotMrMVIIlc aII aIIMrl1n
MrMVIIlc MrMriiliTonn Mrl1n Tenn March 10The steamer steamerf4ttiushine MeamerSunshine Itrmlr ItrmlrI
I Sunshine Sunshile of Ir the th Memphis lmphIM and Cinolnnatt CinolnnattPftrkot < hwlnnn hwlnnni inelnoathlacket
i Pftrkot Iarkp Company COIJan burnish hlm1 to thin vrntorn vrntornodge watprI vittrrsedge
I edge f this t hll lila morning rorlnl near TiptonvilleTortri TiptonvilleTortriThere Tiptollc Tiptonville Tln TlnI Tedri Tedrilhceti
I There 1hltp wero wprl many ranpp pcrsuus rJIH on board honl hut hutno hutI butno
I no live were lost Till boat bOt caught rapht fire firefrom fre freI firefrom
from the watchmans watchmas lantern lanterl drifted liirto down dowftthi downthe dow dowthe
I the bank bun river about two miles 11 and ad touched touce the thebank thebun thebunk
General Cenerl Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church ChurchLOS ChurchLOS ChurchLOS
Leaves April Apri 27 1904 19O4RoundTrip 1904KoundTrip
RoundTrip 1O6 From FromNew FromRate FromRate
Rate New YorK YorKIncluding Y Yoritincluding orh orhI
Including I transportation transporation iransportatlondouble double berth and all al meals going on onSPECIAL onSfECIAL onSPECIAL
and side sidetripto trip to the Grand Canyon returning ticketscover ticketS tickets cover transportation transportation only onlyon
on regular trains until untiJune untllJune June 30 301904 1004 and arc valid vald to stop off of at lt the Worlds Fair FairSt FairSt FairSt
St Louis LQUISDetailed LouisDetailed
LQul Detailed Detaied Itinerary Iinerar will wi be sent upon applieatipn applcalpn to Colin Coln Studds A E P A A26FihhAvenu
263 26FihhAvenu FifthAvenue New York or orliKO
lEO W IIOVII IIOVIItl lon lonlitncral
litncral laMsenIcer Agtutl
tl 0 1 II WOOD Paw I Traffic Tame Manager aller II llrond Irond tllrr Sinel trCeL ICII Sin Stnllun lon Ililladrlplilii 1lladlpla 1a In
Continued from Fimt FirRllagt FirRllagtwllre Page Iagewhere Pagewhere
where and the claim was WI boldly mat matthat Ife itcacthat
that wllre the Church hai 1ca a right to interfci interfciIn interreroII
In II tho election of ofa a United Unl1 States Stltes Semite Semiteon Senutr Senutron
of the ofllci ofllciThatcher oflicuThatcher
on account of the importance once oncehatchlr
Thatcher hatchlr continued Imprtle l his hi cantidacy cant ilacr blacy and li lireceive he herpche I Ireceivel
receive rpche the sympathy srpathr of many man non norMormons nonormUIR nonMormons
Mormons ormUIR in II irnisting ir Iftlfg upon running fo fooffice ror rorotC foofilce
office against allt the IO mandate lundllo of his hll Church ChurclTho ChurchThe Chordiho
otC The contest ntet resulted rlRlllt in the thl election olectol c cJoseph of ofJOlph 0Joseph
Joseph C J Rawlltw RawlltwIt
It was WIl kno known Rwlhlt > yn to all al of tut Ut 14 In II Hl Salt IJiw IJiwthat Lake Lakethat 11111that
that I the apostles were wert taking takilf uh 11 achy activi lethc lethcprt achypart
i part in II the ap l campaign cmnplln attic tlh trltchlow trltchlowApOHtln I rlchloV ritclulowApostio
prt ApOHtln John Henry Smith Hmltl a Hopublicai Hopublicaiand Rlpuhlcln RlpuhlclnInd
and Apostle HeUr J Grant Grantll a rxmocra rxmocraboth DIOCTt DIOCTtboth itricovrahotit
Ind lebl
both ApttIc worked against n alMt Moses IOR Thatchci ThatchciTliey ThatchcrThl TlcatchcjFhey
Tliey Thl did worke not 101 ontO or who won ho 10 long aft i i iwan It ItwnK iwas
wan not Thatcher Thntcltr becaune beeau 1 It was 11 pro proolalmed prodaimed proclaimed
claimed by h llw I he Church that thn Thatcher1 Thatcher1flection ThatchprHIlctlon Thatcherelection
election Ilctlon would w uld lx In < a I direct dirct blow 110 at thou thl anthority an authartyor nolhorit
thority lhorit of the he Church over OVr it Is its apostles apontleHIt aptll aptllH
thartyor It wns m foretold fortoli that on a certain crtall da dacertain daerlin dcccertaIn
certain men would dtwrt Judge Iud e Hender Henderson Belder Belderlon
son erlin and 1t1 vote OtA for Itewlins The word wordfront v n nfrom nt ntrrom
lon from tutu thl Church ClWh for Hawlnl certain Crtall men all 11 Mor Mormon u lor lormont or orcoons
Hondereon to ituwliniand lluwlitiK lluwlitiKand HW
mon mont to go from rrm rain HOldeTon I
and they thiy all 11 went cnt except px lpt Otto dil < Tlio Tlo on onwho Ol Olwho onwho
who refused rlfused to RO in now a clerk of cour courin curt curtIn courI
in I n Vtah Utlh arid ho hI po wan 1 never nlr punlrthcd IJllhcd b btho htho hi hitue
tho Church nlc BO 10 far aa I apwurtd Hawlin Hawlinwan Hwlhlt Hwlhltwu RawhlicIdle
wan wu elected Iected however howclr without wihout PJeln the tw tit nwx nwxof 1f iteotof t tor
of this one On vote otn Tie Thl man lined 1 d thi thilanguage t hi hianglale hilartguage
language when directed dilct to vot vole for Haw Hawlinn HawInl flnhas
linn anglale I will wi not notlo K go I know what whlt it menn mennif menn menni itteanif
if Inl I dont dont I will wi Iw sent lt on a I mlllon mlllonAR mission misaionAs
As i n matter later of fact rlct liowever he hI wa was UI no nosent not notent nosent
sent on a ImIFlion mission missionBy
By Mr ulr Ir McConiim lc muH f What Wlit liapl lapppuM htippeiuud > eii < l t tThatcher to tohllrhlr u uThatcher
Thatcher 1 A Mown 101 Tliiiteher TIIIlhr was WIA th thuhjtlt ticsuluject hi hiMihjerl
Mihjerl of Jiprninns by b einh 1 of the t tic twelvi twelviIpOhtlfS tWlln tWllnIptt hwelvuiutuostles
IpOhtlfS III tll the > > October UetolJr lllflTllHr ill II IhM IhMlieforn Ih Ihhtor l5uthue
lieforn Iptt hue for the Ihl I Itd eluqtlon ltct tl Ion und Ild It I snfrcn wan Wil explained 1111111 wlij wlijlii wh whhi h hItt
< toD
Itt contuniacy ft ttasi ctlS condiinntil ronllmnd by h the Church ChunviUN ChurI ChurIII ChurchI
toltunllc II
UN I I is lick hlk of harmony hlrmol with wltl wit ii his hi quorum quorlm jutoru lit win winrifirml WI WIrrrnd Warfrred
rifirml II to All 1 he h rou roull could < l do wlm WIl tis to Ket Ipt tntf tntfhnriaony Ilto Iltohnrlorl tittrharictohch
hnriaony or iret 11 out of the quorum uorum ill IliiperHixt 111 11111 illIuersistutIce
perHixt hnrlorl IuersistutIce iif in 11 HOinK lolnl out Hnionc HmOnl the tll peoiili peoiiliin PlI11 PlI11n
in n political olllll inatt IllUtrt iccuitters ri 0ti8tltuttil < onlliutc his hi con conQ eotuhulnucer 01
tunUI tunUIQ hulnucer hulnucerQ
Q what pat hnpuined lIaPene0l lld IliPrcafter to Motei MoteiThatcher MoepThatcheri IORThatchlr
Thatcher A hlPj In JI U July 1S07 169 ju jtiet r before heforl tin tinMUrillUIl tl ticMormon
Mormon MUrillUIl 1UllHTIIIV ronrerrnl inown lie II WIR was fqlllttd rquested 10 10Hppenr tcappear
appear before bfore the thl presidency ptmdenc of the IlK stnki stnkinntl stakl staklnnd tnkoand
and be tried for his htf contumacy < ontunmc What lmtwm lmtwmdone WR WRdOle nuodone
done to trd Moses Thatcher und his recantation reoantatiotmid telltaton telltatonald
dOle Iole
mid ald reconpillHtlon rconciiation were Wfre published nubllhe in tin tinUmtrttiffrtH thl tiltJkserdXCIts
UmtrttiffrtH of AumiRt AUl ugush 1607 He aokrowl nkoWiedged
edged JrerrlXrt the error of lila t1 war au ub8crlbl ctihd ctihdlate
Mled thl Irror II I wars
late r rcutitotici ltnloLi ald arid wltCerd 11 rltfed tted tl tYretcthii tYretcthiihi rthl rthlhiI
Ils hi 1db eo eoplain vIhip hID In thChurch the 1 Church Tho ho com complain cm cmplaln conlain ¬
hiI felo
plain lain 9Baiu4t aitwstThahsr Thatcher was slimed rlgned b bhrlBhani bJrlEhlm1oun bJrihcflt >
hrlBhani Jrihcflt IRIW ounf f F Mt Lynun aid nlH Hbe HbeJ UberJ
J JrlEhlm1oun Orlt rut nppetlw nppetlwMr aI08tr aI08trIr npQtt npQttMr oUlc1
Mr Ir Critchlow read lad the be recantation rcanUtion im unpoed imposed hnpOcd ¬
posed pOcd Crtchlw upon Thatcher Thatohr by his hs judges in the theChurph thoClmr theCiunrch
Churph Clmr upn Thwa Thiwas a complete mplde and humiliat humiliating humiat humiatIng hurniliatIng ¬
ing recantation tcantatlon apology aplogy alo and acceptnnw acceptnnwof
of the I hI Mipienw FIPIle authority luthorltr aut cority of the Church ChurchRepublicjin ChuCh ChuChUpublCU ChuireltRepccblictn
Republicjin apostles Md said ald Mr lr Critclilow Critclilowwent CrtchJow CrtchJowweil Criteidowwatch
UpublCU apste
sold Now NowIts Nowits
went to Mormon voters wlteN and Md o oIs
weil Its the will of the Lord that that you ou vote oto the theRepublican thonepuhlcln theltepuiulicait
Is Republican i ticket this t hi time This caused causedgreat caudglnt causedgreat
great nepuhlcln indignation tion nnd Lmp a platform platorl platfomiaduled waR wafadded waRIhlec
added glnt bv imlll tlie Democrnt declaring declarng declaring that that the tlwChurch thoChurdl theClturelt
Church Ihlec had no Dmocrt right to t I ft exercise exrc lt III ha rule ii iipclitical il ilpe itpolitical
political pe RffdirH Thatcher stood IIOO on 01 this thkplatform thisplatorm ticiplatform
platform litlnl afdlT Judge ud Woolley odl a leading learlng Mor Mormon Mormen I or ormOi ¬
mon platorm mOi wrote wrtp to hit hi > units FOi > Thatcher nhowf nhowfthe IhowR IhowRthe iiow iiowthe
the cloven hoof hof by standing on a platform platformcontrary platforiticontrary platformcnlrrl
contrary to the rule rnlet of the Church ChurchDo Churh ChurhDo Chore ChoreDo
cnlrrl ol olthe ortho ofthe
Do you vou ou know anything of the threat thrEat
the Dcfcret Dr cret News NeA to exercise expri Church Churh power poweiover pwpr pwprr powerflyf
over flyf r those tho who disobeyed chIpd the thl Church hurh in inpolitical In Inpoltlcalafall inpolitical
political affair a akrul ked Mr Ir Hoar HoarMr Hoarlr HoarMr
Mr lr CritchMw read rend rad from thnt newspaper nowepapeiIn
lowspaJr lowspaJrIn
In which the declaration cehlrntlol in It made madeIt it is I the theofficial thonfial theofficial
official organ of the tht Church Churehthnl thnt Moses MowfThatcher Moseslhcttcher la I I1mtcher
Thatcher nfial orgal mm mmwill il n nmling ritnititig for ofC office nlnln against t th thwi liiiwill
will of the til apostles tle was wa attacking 1tleklng the theCl th thhlrCh ticultuircit
Cl wi hlrCh ltuircit m rob and would ap havo hlo to be disciplined disciplinedWhat d diiseilulittedVhtat wlplled wlplledWhll
What Whll office ofc doesthe dotthf editorof fdltror tho Dtecrc DtecrcAriffl DC8aelMta DeserciVetts
Ariffl Mta hold holdHo holdUo botchHo
Ho IB i is one on of the counsellors cullorA to the presi president prRI prRIdlnt proud prouddent
dent dlnt of tho tIl tii Salt Ral Lake lkl Stake of Zion 7ionAndrew 71010 ZionArpirtw
Andrew Jennon Jenfon atwlstant aiRtllt historian ol olthe or orthl oftill
the thl Anln Mormon IOTlun Church hUrh vas wa recalled rlal < thi thimorning thit thitInrnin tide tidetitorning
morning Inrnin and nld wan WI nsked Ikpd where he h got the thfmatcrialH thetnntritt
matcrialH matfrlllt a for bin biographical hlo raphllnl encyclopirdla encyclopirdlaHe nccop la
He replied rerl led that he II had gathered atherd then thornfroztc thenfrom Ihemfrom
from 1 living hll persons nnd 111 cite from rrOn Church Churh docu docuniRiitH dou dourelt clocuttiiiit
niRiitH relt and Ild histories hi plon toi He Hp added addedThere 1eId 1eIdThrrl addedThere
There Thrrl are or flftytlirii flthrt Makes in Zlnn 1lon mid Ild IldWITr 701 701wnnK 0 0wards
wards There are nr prepidfiits IIthl nt for th tl Make Makemill stakea
mill a WITr tiul hlHlioprf u of the wards Wa rci s A t stiilit1 sin It is I abou abouthe nboutt it bout bouttic
nlil the tic flw hIMlo nf a I enimty eoult coulflt wlrl i usually l ulh but blt with wiLl tin tinIncreapn t tluatnicroauu
Increapn t Inrrra Iw of If potuulin pnpulntliin thou there Ilern have h tilt I been indIt mndi mndius Inll Inll1rllnraAt
us 1rllnraAt It 5 many itlil lt as it a tliriestnkcBiiHino t rOllJlotlll 1 IT shut lukAII kee iii nlO one county Iolnu count y Then Thenare Thlre Thlrep Theresri
are p from frnr live tic h to I thirty wards wlrd in II n stake stakeTHT stakeThre Ifke IfkeTlwrl
three I constituting the tlrslprihldenry tlrsl hiratprieldottey
THT Tlwrl are thrrl men ennRrlltng thi ttt1 Irst Irstpr
prihldenry ldlr over r the th whole whol Church and nnc an cacti rnolRtnke rnehMtnl cactistale
stale pr has ha H presidency idplr of three thr ixrsons The ThipriRident TheprRidlI Theprueiulitt
Mtnl priRident prRidlI Ulre of n 0 sUke Ktlke in II named nalOd by h y the thl presl presldent IrlRI IrlRIrenl presinient
dent of it the Ihl Church Clurh and the Ih stake itk presldcm presldcmIn rp ldrnt ldrntIn
renl In turn setoets tpi NIA > rts his own OWI two rccttnsil roiinwuors rOln1 ore or wli wlinre wtui wtuiare 10 10nrllu <
are nrllu tur sustained lnln hy h hythi the lh 11npll INuPlP H > ople The ThllPoAtrl Theucpostlus 11 post IPS icily hnvtliothlne icilyciothtng
liothlne nothll to do with the Ih active nclhl workhms workll ol olthe of ofthl ofIhu
the thl Church chuteh They Thl look Ilok after afer missionary missionarywork 1110nnn 1110nnnork nclsiucnnrwork
work ork mostly Olt OltTh
Th llia nuostlr president prlAldent rPu dent of the Church also RI name namethe nRml nametitu
the blfhops hllbOp hli ops of the wards WITr The Thl jifoplo Jtoplo send sendup sendt9 n1 n1lp
up tu a I name or names and he hI selects lects one oneThere onrTher onel
There lp l mrs I Ilme utre rp alTlo om ofticers < r rl wn call el nne teachers teRchfrs who art areuuelectel artHelected fre
Helected 1 Icted nl hy h the thl bishops of the th wards wardsElder wardl wardsElder
Elder am arf organized orgllizpd Into one or more morequorums otereqllorttttlM
quorums jlorll Fldlr In each Ich stake Rtnkp A full rul quorum qlorlm con consifts cnnRII conMts
sifts RII of ninetysix nlnetylx members 11Iblr They The arc arcwlrrted areIrlerlrd arcselerteil
wlrrted Irlerlrd o by 11 1 the bishops In the Salt Salt IakePUike Take TakeRtke Lakestake
stake Rtke of Xlon ion on there therl are many man quorums quorumsBy QuorUmHHr qdtrirttmuB
By B Mr 1 Overman OlprmnnWhnt What is l the thl ho slenlllcnnce slenlllcnnceof nltlfnl
of 0 inn I cc word make Rtnkf A It is I ft Mlbllrnl Iblrn IblrnprfAslon hi iirnl ox oxRresslon x xpression
pression llp wer from the I thepronhecles hI JITOrheclR prophecies of Isalnli JIIII where wherie her herhI
Rresslon Rtrnlbnpd RtrnlbnpdTh hI e I speaks SPIRk of the lon lx > rjls r I a stakes In Zion belnj belnjHy Iadn Iadnstrcnythoned
Hy Mr Ir Burrows furrowsAre Are there any an countIes rountioiIn
In Utah where hrre tho Mormons are II In it the ma maJorlty maJoriy majoritfl
Jorlty A Nearly lrl enrly nil ni of f them thlm The Thl organi organization orRnnlzatlon orgattlzation ¬
zation Joriy of th t the Church Clrch extends 1JlendR to all althe shlthu the count counties Ioun IounteR countties ¬
ties of JJtah JJtahQ
teR Q The seven Ien presidents prlsldentR of seventies seventiesare 11lntIIR 11lntIIRarA pentIeaaT
are aT th they Ttc r chosen chlSn hy h the th president A Yes Yessir Ye Yer ma masir
sir r Th TI presiding prpRdlnr patriarch ftriarch patr arch preredes prefel them themHe thpl them themlie
He lp U iu named nlml hy h the thl president prelttent of the Ih Church Churrhtoo Churrh ChurchI
too I on
tooQ onQ Q Then Thln come the th presiding prRldlnl bishops bishopsA
A Yes Yt sir sirQ RlrQ sirQ
Q Are 1rp they th tnlo also named nmld by the thf first presi presidency prl presldencu l ldenc ¬
dency denc A t Yes 1 sir sirJpiison sirJcnsoii Ir IrJ110n
Jpiison J110n wild Bld that the th president preident of the theChurch theChuh theChurch
Church Chuh look tok charge ef f matters mattm when hfn im important Importt importent ¬
portent portt officers ofor of the Church Churh were wr to bo bosent beeflt
sent abroad as I president prCldent of mission missionIn mlMlof nclealonaIn
In fact Jensen Jennmde Jensonmade made it clear oler that the th piosi piosident ptOI ptOIdelt piesident
dent delt of the Mormon MOTnon Church Chuh is ahnolutrdictator absolute absolutedibtator
dictator poral poralQ porl porlI of all ul 18 iR affAIra alAI spiritual Rpirtual and tem temporal tpm tpmporl tentportfi ¬
I Q WHS Vau Grant Ornt reputed to be b n nolyiramlst nolyiramlstwhen polamIMthln polyemIstwhen
when hln President Hmltb appointed him Inn to the theJapanese Ihnnlnl theI
Japanese nlnl mission A t I II think I ink so soBy Rf
By I I Mr Ir KorakerAre FnrkpTAr women WoOln ever pv r made madeelders madeelders
elders eldeM A ANo Xo o sir They Tbt are fr nut Ilt ordained ordainedto
to the priesthood They The are officers only
0 thl pritplhood lre Omfrl on onn
10 In n such organizations orlanl7tlflR as bite thp relief rllfr societies societiesO soclAtlf social jnly me meIlow
O How many Inn elders eldrr are nr there thlre In the th Church ChurchIn
In the thl heiTnhted United tnlt States Mtne A About ten n thousand thousandQ tlousnd tlousndQ
Q Each Eacheider lht1fr elder Is II empowered empolrd hy h th thf the Church Churrhto Chuh Chuhto
to iolenmlze mariages A No o sir ftr They Theyofficer Th Thwould Titerwou1d
hnt hive power tarnleR I thn were fro nppolnl1 nppolnl1hut
hut would t1 t is th the rl rule thata bIshop bts iop or ethlr other hllh higher higherniflctr
officer omcr shall Rhal officiate officiateleAmon omeiltp omeiltpJcls olilciutteltht8oit
leAmon Jcls n dexcritied dfiJ tho d dutll clutlos lit lew of Oteahet teachers teacherswho teaclterswho
who ho am or m required rPlulr to ln hltnICt Instruct tmct and reprove reprovemembers reproventernberewhnvlolate
members ntrblrS nternberewhnvlolate who whoialatf olato the thl niles nlll of the Church ChurchNo Churh ClntrchNo rEJrv rEJrvntrblrS
No 10 offlcnr even tfo the president Idpnt of the Church ChurchN
I J4 N abovn uoo the th hlHhop hl hoJ and Ald toachers tochem of r hIs IIJHward hi hiwar hIsward
ward war an I lo lila hl moral conduct llduc A mans mansmoral lan lanmorl roansmraI
moral morl conduct conduc in trrnted tTt 1 as 1 a local lo affair
In thei th ward wAr whom le ho h n nlce resides residesin idee
1 In reply rply to a queaUon queton by Mr Dubolfl DubolflJonaon Db
Jensen vOMn Mid B that tt an a objection obJeto on the i part
of an anllteto apostle to the appointment theuJPolntmelt of Apostl ApostlIrani Aptlo AptloOrnt Apoatlirtnt
Ornt Irani to the Japanese Japllfl mlnflioh ml ioh would bav bavhad havI hca hcaiced
had great rrt weight weght but ut he did not know knoiIhut knowthat kitotthat
that any an protect potet had bt onmade hlonnwdc > by Apostl ApostlSmoot Apste ApostiSittool
Smoot or anybody alhey else elseQ el elQ
I Q 1 hits 111 rreslilent lrlshlelt Siiillli Hllili eVer r been prose proseouted proseouted
outed rutld for polycumoim IJlnamlul cohabitation cIhltton cIhlttonI rroR rroRrutld A AI ANot
I Not ot that 1 llmu 1 know nf nfQ nfQ uifQ
I Q Do Iu you you ou know knll k now nuy 11 Mormon it Iorlu turrtituct living 1111 liv iii g I Ii II ii iitilL
i I the eutidltlon londl lul ion of the thl t he liresldint who has hUl bee beeprosiHiitixi blCI beeIrosctihed
prosiHiitixi lrost1111 Klnce iHe isiiu 1 lf A J No XI sir sirHy flr sirIS
I Hy I IS Mr 31 lr r Hoar I ba oarWould r Would ouhch nol the Mormoni Mormonioppose lorlons lorlonsOIIU
oppose 011 utuiu proseoiition jirosecit ion of I a mini 111 nucic a for living Ihilr wit witwives wlh wlhJ cviiwivs
J OIIU wives would wouldQ married larrlld before befor lnao If O A I think thlik the thewould thowould tlor tlorwould
Q 1 If J a I Mormon brought hrught up such Ilch a tas tasagainst IRO IRO1lllust ensci
against 1lllust ci act must President Ilsldlnt lree iclnt Smith Smih S ittit lu afterImirlnK after 1IIITlnl hicarin g hi hitestimony hitthunll iiiI
testimony tthunll I eat ilticiti tier hlr and nd went lt bark hUlk to Itnh rUh 1 tIc It an anpressed Inll InllI antihiresed
pressed ImHIrd a charge of polygamous Polictt fIlaIUI nitoicu cohaliltatln cohaliltatlnagainst Colllintol cohttul tatini tatiniIda
I against 11IIIRt Ida Inst him ii I I itt he hl would 11 c render rrJhr liltiiself hlilllr odloii odloiiJo odiolt od
Jo II to the II I it whole hol Muriiiiin tur111 l orimuuumi community cOlllni y woiili woiilihe wnllc tenucicho
he hI not A 1 Yes Yf sir J 1 think tlllk he ht would wouldJonxoii wouldJln tvouldJertutoti
I Jonxoii Jln on testified tctlfe that all ni general officer officerin ofcr ofcrIn
in authority nlth rly In the Church were require requireto requlr 1 1I
to obtain obtall the consent cOlsnt of tho tlO president be before horore h hfore
I fore running rUlllng for public pulo office ofce ofceI
1 have never nelr known kown a cane Ce in which tin tinMormons the theormonl thuMnrntouis
Mormons ormonl voted vote solidly oldly testified tftllcd Jeuson JeusonThey JeullonThl Jnaonfhcoy
They Thl always IIlwn divide on political politillIlliuCd politillIlliuCdJWi linen linenMlfS
Pleads all < Jullty 111111 In inhItchmontl Illolimnnil to Impropei ImpropeiCnniliict Improllfronduet InlpropeiCoiuIuet
Cnniliict With a > dr lr Smith or Chicago ChlencoKICIIMOND ChteRfoHrClnlom ChicagoIIICIIM0NIJ
KICIIMOND Va March 10 10lI Mrs Helena HelentV HelenaArrott
w V Arrott of Plttaburg stood before tinimllce tin thopolktJ titoP
imllce P ° 1I justice here henhi this moming nnd IIlIdpleaded IIlIdpleadedguiltr aitdpleadocguilty pleadoc pleadocguilly
guilty to living improx hnproplrlr > rly with Arthur F FSmith tHmith FSttcltit
Smith of Chicago She was fined 20 and andCOHtH anclcoih andcosts
costs COHtHCharleH coihCharleH costsCharles
CharleH F Arrott the womans husband husbandwas hUHbandWM
was a silent spectator lie displayed cli plllyed ncanger nc 1111anger ticanger
anger and only onl scented anxious tosecure tosecurethe tatWcurothe to aecure aecurethe
the court JOur record to lie used u ed in u divorce divorcesuitwhich dlOrooSUitWhlch divorcesuit
suitwhich suit which ho will willlnstltutclIL Institute at once < Litton LateiIn
I In tho day he left for PittHbitrg PlitshurgSmith PittHbitrgI PittHhurgSmith
Smith whoso real mimole nannu ia believed he lie cd to toIje toI tobe
Ije I something else arrived from Chicago Chicagolast Chicagolat Chicagolast
last week and tho clay da following was joinedby joined jolnm1by joinedby
by the tit woman They Tho registered at atn a hotel hotelas
I as husband nnd wife Later Mr Arrott Arrottand ArrottI Arrottand
I and a detective came along IIlbn and their arrestfollowed arrest arrestfollowed arrestI
I followed at 2 oclock in the th morning mnornucg Tin Tincouple Timcouple Tltutcouple
couple seem seem to bo well supplied with money moneyUHG mOIlC mOIlCfol inontoyS inontoyorG
I Why h NotAsksthe Sot NotAskstlmflevJ ASki ttJf Itev J lw Adam attorean a aiiCorran a11orf1111
iiCorran ttorean Ml MIIIIInaIIOJM18 U nnrynoiv < 6 Japan Iapanwm Will Win WinThe YIiiThe III
The T e Rov Ro James JiuMsEi1ard J nes Edward Adanw Ad nij a Coraah aCoroartmissionary Coraahmissionary rean reanmlMlonar
I missionary under the Presbyterian board boardwho boardwhQ boardwbq
who haabeen hllll been in hh 1 hoUnited Unjtqd SVottwon S ffflQol fur furloughfor rurI rurIloJghfor ftfllotightor
loughfor wVertdinonUMi aell rt monUIII isgoing to return returnto
1 to MH field actompanled by his wife Ife and andchildren andchildren nd ndI
children He is to nail from San n Francisco Franciscowithin Fanc1aeowithin anc Jco Jcowithin
within a alIlOnth month and will 11 reach relchl5eoul Seoul ifthe iftherood IHheI if tue tueroad
road is open to travellers thenj then about May Ma 15 15Tho 15rho 15fito
Tho Hev nl Mr Adams cnmb cum > to Nev f York Yorka
a few days ago to ask lice opinion of thu thuPresbyterian thuI th thPresbyterian
Presbyterian Pretb ttlrlan hoard concerning tho advisa advisability nchIBabllil aclvlsability ¬
I bility bllil of tho return of Mrs Adams dam to Corea CoreaThe CoresThe
I The Rev R Dr Arthur rtillu Jud Judeon on Hrown sec secretary tCCrctar seeretary ¬
retary rctar of the board at once cabled to tho thoHev tholtfJv thn11ev
Hev H H Sidebotham mtHsionary at atFusan attUIIIJl a aFtisait
Fusan one of the southernmost por1 x > rl In Inthe Inthl inth
the th Corenn peninsula penin ula asking for informa information Information inforrnation ¬
tion A reply repl cantoyesterday cancit yesterday in which it itwa ItWI itwas
wa WI > said that unlcm conditions greatly greatlychange grenllyI greatlychange
change in the near future southern out hem Corea Coreawill Coreawill CoreswiU
will be safe for missionaries miS > lonl1rll8 Taiku where wherethe wherothE wherethe
the Hov Ho Mr Adams and his hi family labor laboris laborIs
is 100 inilcn north orlh of KUSHII rU all on tho road roadtoward roo rootOWIIld roadhowctioI
toward Seoul on au this tic north northOf 1I0rthOr northOf
Of course I am going ning back to Coroii Coroiisaid COIQIsaid CorQtsaid
said Missionary OIillilonar Adums yesterday CHtcrdav Ho H IH IHa IKa isa
a Topekan and ti typical Westerner who whobelieves whohelievPK whobelieves
believes that the church militant U tho thochurch thochurch thitichurch
church triumpant triumpantIt
It has never entered < 1 my m mind to do dootherwise doatheri dootiuturwist
otherwise lion to return to my work workho workhl1 wont wonthit
ho continued > for if the tlt Concrete CorptUltlllnd nod Cons Corvaover COri1inpr ConsI
over I vcr needed ne ded missionary lIIi t lonarl guidance uldalllO nnd nndassistance IIltdaMi atidaMustnflre
assistance aMi > lnnle they need it today t tay If lu luthL luthLlime this thislime tliLLi
lime Li rite which ticit must IIII1 t to them I I tent I u particularly particularlytrying partlctllllrhIryilllt pa rt ledlarl ledlarltrying
trying I cnn assist and sustain them ft TtI ftis ftI
I I is iS > therefore my first fir and only oul duty to get gotbuck getI
I I buck nt oncn to my people And I dont dontknow doutiwow IOnLttciiosv
know thnt there is anything particularly partic larl larlhpro
heroic hpro In what wo are going goln to do inywifo inywifoand jwlro1I11d my whit whitand
and I especially ispcia Ily as there t are hundreds liundredf hundredsof <
flf < > f other iiilNsIonarips in Coreii pOne t ne of ofwliont ofWhlllll ofwhtlnit
I wliont it is felt is now In part Icular danger cUll dnntterI lcr lcrI
I I never n he < jtat titted < > Hl d about returning TIJhlruIlII rt liricing
but I did hesitate to tt take any a 1y risks with withMrs williI1ff wiLtMrs
Mrs < Adams and llin children It scents seemaexptnlient FtemaeXPfo scentsexpedient
I expedient eXPfo < lIent for us to return though thou h Any Anyway An Anwa Anyway
way wa Carts Is not a n small country cOllitr andi andiunless l1J1d l1J1dunless u uunless
unless the Japanese undergo grout rfLl reverses rovorsessuch TOOT8uh reversesettel
such ns are not now 1I0 Indicated or unleiw unleiwtho unlfIthe uttlecosblue
the Ruwfnns execute some great coup oqupat eQUplit coupat
at present unexpected UI1XI llI we in Southern SouthernCorea HOlltharnCoren SoutiternCores
Cores will regard re ard ourselves ns entirely entirelyremoved cictiruilyremoved
j removed from nay danger dangerWhat dangrWhnl dangerVihtat
What do I think of the war Its ts niag niagniflcent no nonillcentdmpl rnagtnificent >
niflcent nillcentdmpl simply magnificent the th Qghtlni Qghtlnithow fj Ogtiinthos 1ltlnil 1ltlnilthew
thow Japanesn are doing And lId nnoullook nnoullookencotirnging nQ naout IUtoolipncolrrll < ba baencouragIng
encouragIng pncolrrll ing for Japan trulv is ono em for formissions rormlllAloDit fornilasiont
missions and missionaries mlllliouariIAW Vn uru have far farmore rlrmorl farmore
more fears for Urn ultimate dissolutionof dissolution dillsollltiOIof
of our mission work wor if thin Husslhh Jhitll lith i catiso catisoshould cl ciciuiuuoshould fO fOhould
should prevail than wo will heir hat if Japanis Japan
is I victorious victoriousThere virtoriotitThere jCtorioIlRThere
There is added reason why h J Jp J pjin should shouldand fhouldand shouldand
and will fight as 1 though she hl wre fighting fightingfor
for her life Cores hat been I n her granary granaryof gTllnarror granaryfor
for years Iart Ten or thousands of bags hnpAor bagsof
of rice are shipped each season t touTapatc touTapatcwhose < Japan Japanwhose Taplnwhoe
whose food resources are not sufficient sufficientfor
for her to live Ii on If she iti can keep Corea Coreaand CTeand Coreaand
and Manchuria in Ina a settled condition c her hertask hprlallk hertask
task in tills war is considerably cOIllcltlrabl lightened lightenedJapan IighteMdJapan lightenouciJapan
Japan has an advantage aclant g over Russia Russiain Rus < lo loIn
in thH fact that I Cores is particularly un unfitted IInfitted onfitted ¬
fitted for cavalrv warfare Most of the thefighting IhlIllhtlnlt thiflcittItig
fighting done dOllo1n In Corea and probably probn I Man Manchuria Manchuriri Inn Innchnrln ¬
churia will ll be Infantry skirmishing 8klrmhl ng There ThereIs Thenis
Is scarcely a level 10elpa1n plain in Northern Coreji Corejiand CorlIIlind Car Cartind
and so far as I know In Manchuria ManclmrlnfrtliMV Manchuriairt 1nnchur 1nnchurIT1LlA
frtliMV IT1LlA irt LIAN VILLAGES WIPED WIPEDEarthquakes Ol orT orTrrthqukr T Tnsrthqaakci
Earthquakes In the th Abrnrzn Do Moth Mnrhp MothflamaeNo UnlhQmll
p Qmll flamaeNo mnir f No o Ix lo Loss > s of Wr WrSptrtal life urfprIIl lifelprto >
Sptrtal Cable Dtipatch la Tim Sits SitsROMV St StROMI SectBetty
Betty March IdThere 19 Thero aw continual continualslight inntitttltuhsligiti I II
I slight earthquakes in I lice he Ahru AIJrur7o o Six Sixvillage RlxI Sixviilagtvu
I village have hn been destroyed cIfItro t1 chit rihtllhl the former formerInhahitanlE rormrInhahitants rormerinhabitants
inhabitants arc under raiwu Xo lives Ilvoshave livestutt 1114bun
have tutt lawn lost lo t The Oovrrnmrat is i ren rendering renclerln nondaring ¬
daring clerln aHsistnncn aHsistnncnKlnu aAAllltnncnlitnJ assistanceKing
King Kdwords nriMii RllfItrt RllfItrtrllIl llrcerydprdtJ ry ryVprrtoi
Vprrtoi rllIl r Cable iblp Dnrnltti to TAP SUN stxIx5NnoN SUNIoNlJOtf tttct1ocwonur
Ix5NnoN March I0The JO The fanrri says saysthe sayshat sayshatthn lint linttho
the King has now recovered from a sharp sharpcatarrhal sharpcatnrrlwl sharpeatarniuti
catarrhal attack A cold commencingwith commencingwithan cornrnlncbl with withan ltb ltban
an Irritation of the threat and month wrw wrwaggravated WIJtIIg vistiggnwatcd
aggravated IIg rnahd by It tlm visit 11 to Cambridge Ontht On Onth Ontiti
th tht Kings return from ther thrlftonrnl some fever feverand fwpranc fererand
and bronchial irritation developed clt1elo Living
In a uniform temperaturo dlwlpat cUNilpatAldl 4i the theslight theRUjht ticsslight
slight pulmonary symptoms tho patient patientanswering patJentlUIlIering patientanswering
answering tiulckljr to remedies
f r rI rI rI rA
A A burner with a Of sroot tip A burner with a JFoot tip tipcJl1sumlng tipconsuming
consuming II feet 0 of las consuming S feet of Ou Qasgiving I Igiving
giving hood light giving Poor light lighti lightif
i If your Gas burners a ae e tnsatsfactor send send word to the theIGs theCompany
IGs Company addres5 ng the I Gas Information Bureau r
Shortest line to toOREGON toORECON toORECON
Hurch 1st to April 30th 30thcolonist 30thcolonist 30thcolonist
colonist rates to all points pointsin
in these states from fromChicago fromChicago fromChicago
Chicago 3300 3300St 3300St 3300St
St Louis 3000 3000Trains 3000Trains 3000Trains
Trains h handsomely handsomelyequipped andeomehyequipped andsomelyequipped
equipped Tourist sleeping sleepingcars sleepingcars sleepingcars
cars a specialty Fast time timeSmooth timeSmooth timeSmooth
Smooth roadbed
xo 0 SK S1N OF noLEXCE noLEXCEHad 1101 CJE CJEItld
Had Collected CoJltltfcI the Rents at 260 Ilowery IloweryDullrilnc 1J0WU 1J0WUa
a Dullrilnc Ills Father Once Owned nftDed nftDedI OwnedStp <
I 1 Safe Opened In Room With 1th the Body Bodyand nocl noclilll Bodyanti
and illl Its Contents ollntrntl All Over the Floor FloorAbraham 1100AbrtlMm ilooiAbz1hitp
Abraham Xewman ewman a familiar figure 01 01the on ontheBawIT onthe
the theBawIT Bowery was found dead early yesterday yestcrdain
in h his office on the second floor of the build buildIng bllildIllgat bpildingat
Illgat Ing at 200 Bowery Although no marks o oviolence of ofvlol ofviolence
violence vlol nce were found on the body some on onhad one onehad onehad
had gone through his pockets > and ran ransacked rllDackedhls ransacked
sacked ackedhls his safe which stood near by byTheofflce brThol byThe
Theofflce Thol The office > ffioo In which the body was was found foundWoao4Uy foundWllJ foundcvttaqy
WllJ Woao4Uy I1I Y afe f9Vtoo Vfeet fromtlisroom rfQmtJII room in which whichho whichhl1 whichho
ho wa was bom < 6ft years ago James New Newfiaai Nowf11J1n New1dZut
fiaai 1dZut fi i lfiLtfier father once owned and lived in inthe Inthe inthe
the biAldittfr buil rig < There he ran a tinsmith tinsmithshop tinsmithshop tinemithshop
shop aKrf made all sorts sorUiof of properties for forthe forthoBo forthe
the thoBo Bower f theatres theatresVhentha theatreWh theatresWhnthfather
Wh Whnthfather Vhentha rt 1e father died and tho building buildingwas
was sold 8 ld Abraham Newman went to work workforiWUnonf worktoi Iorkfor
foriWUnonf for WilBon Parker A Wilson of 48 Wall Wallstreet Wallftttlt WaIlsttieCt
street IHe attorneys for the nowowners nowownersand now owners ownersand ownersand
and had Collected olhected the rents > for them forseveral for forsoveral fortOpral
several rears rearsNewman veersNewnmn carsoiewman
Newman did not go to his nome 276 276Marion 276Marloll 270Marioti
Marion avenue in The Bronx on Wednes Wednesday Wednesda Wednesday ¬
day da night and early yesterday morning morningliis
lila wile Iru went to the Bowery in search of ofliiin oChim ofiiiitc
liiin She spoke first to Jacob Rapoport Rapoporta
a jewellur jAw ller on the first floor at ZOO 260k and he hesent helilnt hesent
sent a clerk upstairs to hunt for Newman
1 ho clerk broke open o fn > the door of the office officennd officenlld officemnd
nnd mnd found tho agent seated In his chair chairNewman chairrewlllnn chairNewman
Newman had apparently been dead for forseveral forfleeral forseveral
several hours Ihe 1 he body was sitting up upright upright upright ¬
right in the chair with Urn Ill head Ihrown Ihrownback ihro ihroback tlcrotstback
back All 11 thc pockets of the clothing had haill hadbeen hadIICtn
l been > een turned inside out and a dozen suit suitin lIuillill suitslit >
in the room had been searched in the same sameway samewa sameway
way wa The safe was open and thu papers poporswere pllptJrsero
were ero scattered selltln d about the floor floorA
A blackjack lay on the floor near New Newman Xewman Newlitan ¬
man but it was so o covered with dust that thatno thatno
no one believes that it could have been beenlined beened beenused
lined usedSThen ed
linedWhen When ed1len the body was < discovered an ambu nmbuInnce ambuIrmce ambulance
lance was summoned I from St Vincents VincentsHospital VincentlHo VlncentaJIopititl
Hospital Ho pital and Surgeon Kleeman made a ahurried ahurried ahurried
hurried examination of the body 1 > He Hefound Hefound
I found no ninrkn mnr of violence vialencenlld and cud later exam examiimtlons tlXIU1illatlollR examintations
iimtlons by Coroner Scholer and Sertt Sergtnry SerttOiry Sorftturr
Oiry urr of Inspector McCluskys staff tat failed failedto
to reveal any 1111
The police believe that Newman owman died of ofheart orIIPJrt oflinart
heart disease 1 Ist IIIp or apoplexy and that some eomnone 80mBflnr sometrio
one who happened along and found him himrlnatl himdnnd himriuaI
rlnatl committed this robbery robber Coroner CoronerScholer CoronerScttoIor oroner oronerSchollr
Scholer snid I nld that morphine or knockoutdrops knockout knockoutdrops knockoutdlJps
drops might have been administered ndmlnl red but butthnt butthat buttitat
that ho could not tell telluntili until t fter an autopsy autopsyThe autopsyThebody
The Thebody body was removed to tho Morgue MorgueDirectly MorgupDir MorgueDirectly
Directly Dir > etb back of the building there Is Isrow IAr isa
a row r w of tenements facing on Elizabeth Elizabethstreet ElizabethI Elizabethitreet
street I and occupied by h Italians There Therei
i is no fence > between the Iwo buildings and andthe andth andthe
the th back door of 2flO Bowery Is always alwaysopen tilwa11open alwaysojett
open Some of the tenants believe that thatNewman thate5nnati
Newman ewmtUI may flu have been killed by some somoone someoat omoonl
one fromthese o tenements tonememtflXctifhuin tenomentXt tenementsewncan
1 Xctifhuin Xt ewncan man had collected the rents in the thebuilding thehuUdlng theltttlhding
building amounting to about 8200 200 on Mon MonUnyana MonIInralld Moobyand
Unyana Tuesday Tup day He Is supposed to have havoliad hn1t haveuiad
t liad badthl the money In his pocket or In the safe safewit safewheit
wit wheit 111 > h 11 he died George Klein one of the thetenants the1PIIOlIls themtianttu
tenants said aid yesterday Mterdn that Newman Newmanalways NewmanalIl1I Newmanalways
always carried several II entl hundred dollars dollarsm
m III his pockets pocketsAbout
About two years ago Newman 4wmall was IlJ In Inthe IIIth Inlit
th the habit of sleeping sleeping in his I A office One Onebo OnAnlgllt Onenigltt
nlgllt while slePplng there h he WM robbed robbfdor
or S200 200 b by nn lIIplayltt who ho was said to tobe tobe
be a member of the Salvation Army
In addition to collecting the rents New Newman Newauto ew ewmlln ¬
man bought and andsold sold a littleof everything
Including pawntickets and aTdjewplrv jewelry Scmo Scmoof Sernaor Scranof
of his > acquaintances said yesterday that h husually he heulruallJ hetnsually
usually carried about with him valuable valuablejewelry valuablejewelry aluablejowelr
jewelry jowelrlIwmnnlI
Newmans lIwmnnlI office looked like a Junk shop
It was as filled with an assortment of article articleof arUcleeor
of nil descriptions dllCriptlon most of them covered coveredwith coveredwith coveredwith
with duet One of the members of the firm firmof firmof firmof
of Wilson Wil on Barker A Wilson said that one onepeculiarity oneplluliaritynbol1t onepeculiarity
peculiarity plluliaritynbol1t about Newman owlD1ln wa WM that he hewould hewould hewould
would never say M that he occupied this thisHI
HI IItt little tie IA office but always spoke of its occu occupant occupIInt occitpant ¬
pant as a Mr Under UnderMaltus UndprMa1tlla LInherMaltics
Maltus J Newman a brother of the dead deadman deadman deadman
man in 11111 a real estate agent at 147 East 125th 125thsi 125thsireet 125thcircet
si sireet reel He ran for the th Assembly ARIfmbl some time timeago Urn Urnngo timeutRo
ago from the Thirtyfirst district against ngalllRtI
Lewis A Abrams AbramsFeel AhramsI hramllFeel
I Feel Good Goodall Goodall GoodaU
all day on onGrapeNuts onGrapeNuts onGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts GrapeNutsThe
The Perfect Food FoodOet
Oet the th little IIIII hook I The Tb Road 5o to Well Wellvllk WeIIvine
vine 1110 In each lIfb pkr
We Ve try not to let enthusiasm enthusiasmover
over our boys clothes run away awaywith awaywith awaywith
with sober sense senseThere senseThere senseThere
There are a host of mothers motherswho motherswho motherswho
who want thoroughly high class classclothes classclothes classclothes
clothes for their boys and we weknow weknow weknow
know our boys clothes have inthem in inthem inthem
them the best of everything that thatmakes thatmakes thatmakes
makes up good clothes clothesBut clothesBut clothesBut
But we avoid the extravagant extravagantprices extravagantprices extravagantprices
prices usually put on clothing of ofour ofour ofour
our standard standardBoys standardBoys standardBoys
Boys spring suits and spring springovercoats springovercoats springovercoats
overcoats are ready readYiand and the thequality thequality thequality
quality of our boys oyscothing clothing de demands demands demands ¬
mands that in boys furnishings furnishingshats
hats and shoes we should have haveall haveall haveall
all the newest things of the sort sortusually sortusually sortusually
usually found only at the highest highestpriced highestpriced highestpriced
priced places placesIf
If youre a grown man your yourspring yourspring yourspring
spring clothes also ready too tooROQEBS tooROGERS tooRooEita
US s Broadway opposite City Hall Hallana 1111AIId Haltsail
ana 7 and 9 Warren St StHZ S
HZ Broadway cor lib lltaand I If Weilln Weflhlerder Weflhlerderand fltl ord rdert rdertAIId r rbrown
and IV lto to 148 sIb 111 Ave Ave1MO brown liT II IInao I I1o
1MO Broadway cor SZd SZdand 32dand 3Mnub4Wet33d
and nub4Wet33d W West W 33d 33 1 St S SEacaped ctEscaped 11 11Eaoaped
Escaped Murderer Cantht to D Be lUnitert lUnitertTody ll IJnicdToday nsrd nsrdTotIa
Today TodyST TodayST 1 1ST
ST JOSEPH Mo Mnroh 10 10Mark Mark Dunn Dunnthe Dunnthe t tthe
the condemned murderer who escaped from fromthe fromtho fromthe
the Buchanan County Jail onMonday afterhaving after afterhaving afterhaving
having overcome the death watch atch and andtwo anctwa andtwo
two guards and locked them up upln In the iron ironcage ironcaO ironcage
cage In which be was confined was WM re recaptured reo reocaptured mecaptured ¬
captured at Guilford Mo at Jt oclock oclockla oclockIlUIt oclocklast
la last t night r ght He was brought loh hem I at 4 oclock oclockthis oolockI oclockthis
I this morning mornln mornhngandwill and andwlll will be hanged tomorrow tomorrowAN tomotTOI tomorrowPUBhJCATIOS
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ALDtrrr ALBUTTOn On Thursday Thll af March 101KM 10 104 Sus 5usanto 5usantoI Susan n M Mwife MwIfe
I wife tie of George II Albutt and daughter of thf thflate tb tbtllte thrlate
late Tbohia tad Artctt rtclt AVsrtn Wartnl Whltelcy Whltelcyrnorral Whllderi WtthteleyPunemal
i rnorral service on Saturday Hatch 1Z at a tn tnChurch IbCburcb tbChurch
Church of the Holy Communion cornerCarroll cornerCarrolland
I and 1 I earl ate alaIMerson Paterson N J 1 at 012 2 oclock ocIOCRP P PoJ PoJFrtend M MFrtendu J Jyrleosci
Frtendu may rnI view Iew the remains T mahl on day cia of hi hintral Ianeral
ntral from 1230 to 130 P M at the residence nf nfMra t tMrs
Mrs Uarrtn alt Graham av Paterson PatersonnnAxAnnon PatmonBIUINArtD
BIUINArtD nnAxAnnon On Wednrrtay Starch B t 104 04 Ere Erelene Vs Vslena
lena A widow ot John A Bralnard BralnardFuneral BrainerdFuneral
Funeral er1cc3 will he held at tier l late te residence
330 3 Waililniton av Brooklyn on Saturday SaturdayMarch SaturdayMarch
March 12 at U oclook Kindly omit flow OoweTi OoweTiCATI1In i iCATLINIn
CATLINIn Holland on Monday tfonds Feb 22 ISO ISOEmily 1004EmIly
Emily Anna Catlln wife of ii Livingston Reads ReadsCatlin RtdcCallln
Callln Newark X 2 J 1 papers rlttse rleaseoavT rleaseoavTIts oopr ooprDE
DE HANENOn Wednesday March 0 IBM it
301 1 West lOch St Waiter T Ie Haven HavenFuneral UavenYuneral
Funeral eerrtcw wilt r b held at ths Brotd Brotdand Dma4Sf0
and Arch its Methodist Church Pnlladeljihle Pnlladeljihleon
on Saturday March 12 at J P M Intenawtt Intenawttat
at Wilmington Del DelnYKMAN DiiflYKMAiAt
nYKMAN flYKMAiAt At White Plains V V 5 on March t tJackaon JJackson
Jackson O nylcrrmn Dykmanuaerat k kFuneral
Funeral from his tale residence on Saturday SaturdayMarch SiturdayCtamh
March 12 at tl A M IL Interment at confer conferlenc oonterenco
lenc enco of family Carrlates will meet train trainleaving Irltlrleaving
leaving Grand Central Station nt tM A M MHOTT ILIIOTTOn
HOTT IIOTTOn On WednMdsy March 1 1 1104 Annie M Mbeloved d dbelocid
beloved wife ot Benjamin K F Sloth JloytFMnerl Slothuneral
FMnerl scnlcM at her late residence residenceFenlmore W WFenimora
Fenlmore St Ilathujh on Saturday their MaicU
U at 3 oclock Relatives and frloncU nvir rfelst rfelstfully rt rtfully
fully Invited Doston na papers > eni please copy copylfAHEn eopfltJTEROn
lfAHEn ltJTEROn On Thursday March 10 Ilrtdjet Vahrr Vahrrmother Larrmother
mother of the Hev J 1 J 1 Maher oJ tu Summl t X XFuneral NFuneral
Funeral from her lat late resIdence eft uS Beech n nJentey 5 5Jersey
Jersey City Cli Hrlrhta Saturday March MarchPSO I IP
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