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Hoiidiuans olldtu ails Successful in Do Defense Dotense Dofeilse ¬
tense of Tnrguage TnrguageAITTACKEES rtUcyua 0 b bMrrACKERS bACKERaS cre
IILOS Jcsiclellt 1 ilellt ent and Cabinet AmongTliosc Among 1110ngfhose b bThose
Those at the Front FrontUnited Fronth Frontuitell
United U te 1 Stntes Government Untbnrraiwscd Bmlmr Bmlmrra
ra r raiwscd llsed scd l IJ by > j ltlulrnwal AVithdrn vnl from X1ui X1uiraffun 1lc 1lcarngun NIcaragna
arngun raffun of 3IlnlKtei Merry JlerrAdlceo JlerrAdlceont MerryAdt AdvlceN AdvlceNnt Icev Icevat
nt State Department DCl1 rtmcl1t Intimate Dis Disagreement Di Diagreement Diisaareentent ¬
agreement with 1t11 President Zclnyns ZclnynsKcsultcd ZclaiasItesulted ZelnnsUcHulted
Kcsultcd in Personal Encounter Encounter9an Encountcrs Encountertau
tau Salvador Republic of Salvador SalvadorKinfeii SamdOrr SalvadorPtseeh
Kinfeii r 1 Acoordtog A to dispatches cl r rJNred J8oo J8ooJaen re reMete
JNred here a larpE tatf force of offllKUcaII Nlcaraguans Nicaraauaaswore NlcaraguansTrtre
wore practically 1 1L annihilated in a three threeJjflsjr tlueelftI
Jjflsjr L lftI battle with the Honduras Hoad yester yesterraguana yeMeruv yesteru
uv u afternoon Mar TuItIJe TM NtfJa NtfJar NIea NIear
raguana r attacked attack the Hondurmns Hondat Il ana who whofoeupted wlwoeupIM whooeUVied
foeupted strons positions in defense of oftds oft oft
tds t be town and repulsed the charges Analj final finally ¬
j ly y routing 10 the enemy enemyAccordhic enemyto
Accordhic to a adIspatcla dispatch received reed Ved by UM UMState UteSlate theState
State Department yesterday from Philip PhilipBrown PhlUpBN PhippBrown
Brown BN ft the secretary of the United States StatesLegation StalesLeaatJon StatesLegation
Legation to t Honduras aDd Guatemala Guatemalathe Gt Guatemalathe tla tlaPnt
the Pre President ident of Honduras Hond and all of the themembers the1MIBben themembers
members of his cabinet cbi et except the minis minister mhthiter mintater ¬
ter of public works are at the front frontleading trvnt trvntJe fronteastag
leading Je tR the Honduras Hondu forces against Urn Urntroops thfttJOOII8 thetroops
troops of Kfcarafua NkaracuaThe KfcarafuaThe Nlcarepabemlnl8ter
The bemlnl8ter minister of public work worI Us at atTegucigalpa atTecud atTegadgatpa
Tecud Tegucigalpa conducting CODCIucU the affairs t rC rCtile f fthe fthe
the government of Honduras Mr Browns Brownsdispatch Bmwa BmwadlllpatCh Brawnsdhgtatch
dispatch dlllpatCh is I dated Amalpa and state tel that thatis thatlit thatIN
lit is about to start for Teguc Tegucigalpa the thecnattal UteI thetayoritaI
cnattal I of Honduras to look after Amer Antercat0 Amercan r rcaa
can interesta therel there thereUiiitird tbereUnittcJ
l Uiiitird mired ijtutcs ISinbnrrnssed IImhnrrnolHHlbe lhntbarranedThe ISinbnrrnssedThe
The United States government PYU t has been beenput beenIn beenput
put in an extremely tremely ejnnarrasslnfr eM pcaitive posi position 10811 ¬
tion by the summary a mloary withdrawal from fromNtcarazoun tromNtcaru fromN
N Ntcarazoun raguan soil of United States Mlntater Mimisterl MlntaterMarry MhtI terr7
Marry l mTy r7 because of Ms dtaagreement din r rent t with withPresident withPresldent Jtb JtbPre
President Zelaya ZehxyaJnst ZelayaJost
Jnst 1 what Merry charges e against a t the theKtenraguan theNtcaIa theNicaraguan
Nicaraguan government in the formal formalcomplaint fer ferCOMplaint formalcomplaint
complaint which be has filed with the theState theState theState
State Department cannot be ascertained ascertainedINK ucenalMclb
INK b It hi known that he has given the thedetails ueof thedstalIs
details of an angry altercation with withPmsntent wltlaPIII withPmsdeat
Pmsntent Pmsdeat Zetaya Zela Zelaya a growing out of the theclaim tileclIIm thecYim
claim of HSMB damages made by Sam SamWefl SamVeIl Sam11h11
VeIl a ettlsen of New Orleans who holds hoMaa
a liquor concession ceecesdmaThe concessionThe coceuIoItTIae
The reticence of the State Department Departmentto
to discuss the case ease coupled with the fact factof 1actof factof
of Merrys withdrawal has given en rise to toreports toreportII toreports
reports that the ministers s encounter with withthe wltbt withthe
the t be Nicaraguan preside presldet t was more than thana I
a verbal veratpIWer vert aoqt aoqtt
veratn t in ndsrojg a < j > f iro > n > iatio H Hwtt
wtt 4 issntassnCs n r Yea msR Thfowgii theproper the theI
I proper > t per diniomatte tie tieM rtnunwifi hare i osfbn osfbnBecause ae + e ealitiNMM
alitiNMM M w aM ltst the theat thet
t Because Xtcaragtm is atj atjiiinViiit at atW atpt
iiinViiit uil Hjiia in wr W r with Honduras Hondurasthn HOIIduruUlllted Headurartl
tl thn United States will be very loath to toPMBS tow8 toptotf i
PMBS for a setttement at this time if ifyueh IfasaebJs Itsort
sort asaebJs hj deemed to be the proper course courseaicrry courseIcrr courselcrry
aicrry Icrr 1rled i iu Adjust ClaimMr Claim ClaimsMr Claimlr
Mr Merry who spends most of his h hue histime ntetime
time in San Jose J o the capital of Costa CostaRica CostalUca CostaRica
Rica recently went 1o Managua 111 to adjust adjustthe adjuatt1le adjustthe
the claims of several Americans among amongthem pHi anrargthem
them beimr Hi the case of George D Emery Emeryand EMa7otMn Emeryand
and others of Massachusetts who had a aconcession aCOIKlIIIIon aeomeearfon
concession from the government of NIearaaua Nic Nicaragua tc tcaracua ¬
aragua for taking uak out mahogany which whichwas which1IaU1ed whichwas
was hauled to togs to the seaboard and andshipped andsIdpped andshipped
shipped to the United Unit States and sold lei to tothe tothe tothe
the Pullman Palace Car Company A Amisunderstanding Am Amisunderstanding
m misunderstanding < arose between tween the concseslastira con conoaflBionanes coniftIi
oaflBionanes iftIi and the government and Mr MrMerry I MrMerry f fMerry
Merry was w asked a to lend his good offices onlcestoward o officestoward lcetoward
toward an adjustment In this matter ht hFwtyn htwas h hwa
was successful an agreement a eeme t having havingbeen ha havingbeen vin vinbeea
been reached to submit the matter to toarbitration toarbitration toarbitration
arbitration and the cause is now pending pendingIn pendlnc1D pendingIn
In the be matter of the claim cm of Sam am WelL Weflof WelLGt Wellof
of New Orleans according to the report reportMr reportr reportMr
Mr Merry was not so successful o It ap appeius ap apJMItU5 appmzs
peius that Mr Well had a aconceIon aconceIonr aconceaeloafnm concession concessionfrwn
frwn Nicaragua N for handling bancJU the liquor liquortrade liquortr liquortrade
trade and a d collecting the revenue there therefrom therem therefrom ¬
from m amounting amountl In effect to an internal internalrevenue Internalrevenue nlemalIegeJI1Ie
revenue tax taxGoods taxGoochc taxGoods
Goods Were Seized SeizedIt SchcclIt SeizedIt
It is alleged a that his goods were wereshipped weresIdt werett6lprped
shipped hi bond to Nicaragua and andtJae as asthe asthe
the result of some controversy were werestlsed wereby weresalad
salad by the government t Mr Welt Weilclaimed Weltc1a1med en enclaiMed
claimed 130089 oo damages and an arbltra arbitration arbltrat ¬
tl tion t Crags was arranged but Mr Well lell claiming claim claimIng clalmtIIat
Ing that be had not been treated fairly fairlyrefused fairlyrefu8ed fairlyretuen
refused to abide by the settlement and andMr andMy andMr
Mr Merry sought 8O t to adjust the matter matterIt matterIt matterIt
It is reported ftported that tba t it was then he had hadhis hadhis hadhis
his lively y quarrel with President Zelaya Zelayaand Zelayathat Zelayaand
and that he left the Nicaraguan capital capitalwith capitalwttk capitalwith
with strained relations existing among amonghimself amon amonbizelf amonghimself <
himself and the President and some of ofthe oftale ofthe
the members of his cabinet cabt t He has hascomplained teacomplained uCOMbaed
complained to the department that his hiscablegrams aMcablearams hiscablegrams
cablegrams which pass through Nicaragua Nlcan Nicara Nicaragua t tgem ¬
gua have been delayed and incoherent incoherentWhile Incoherent1Vh IncoherentWhile
While Mr Merrys dispatches have been beenoomtos beenCOIBbIc beencoming
coming through in a more or less irregular irregularmanner Irr irregularmanuer lar larr
manner r ha btllas 11 has taken the precaution to tocommunicate t tC8lllllRUlleate tocessinudcate
communicate with 1tb the t department by byntafl bymall bymull
mall and thus far no settlement of theWell the theWeft tileYtII
Weft case has been reached reachedSalvador reaebedSnhmlor reachedSalvador
Salvador I 1ft Caution CautionIt CantlonllIt
It is explained at the th State Department Departmentthat Departmenttkat Departmentthat
that the action of Salvador nt Ja declaring declaringa deciarbg deciarbga
a state of siege is simply a measure of ofprecaution ofpr ofprecaution
precaution pr Glultl n frequently resorted to t in Con Central Cqtral Controt ¬
tral American countries when the coun country c un untt7 country ¬
try is threatened with war or invasion invasionand bIvaaIonaalil invasionand
and indicates bMIIeat that Salvador is apprehen appnbenottiat8he apprbenshe apprehenstve
she that ttiat8he she may be drawn into latothe the con controversy eoDtroftrtlJ eonfyopersy ¬
troversy between Nicaragua and Hon Honduras H HanduuraL n ndwU ¬
duras durasTINT
dwUlIHf1wlIIatloa TINT lIHf1wlIIatloa preeiaAmtion eSRmdoa of a ates IIie te Is ia effect effectK ect ecta
a deehuftdon lIUadM of martial Jaw and with withdniws Wltbd withdr1W
d dniws LWIr game constitutional eoM privileges prI es and andgnaraatees a1IdteeL andguarantetl
gnaraatees gnaraateesPontofllce guarantetlPontofilce teeL teeLPo
Pontofllce Po tofnee Robbers Shoot Policeman PnllcemnnSt
St Louis Low March 9 1Robbers Robbers attacked attackedthe attackedthe attackedthe
the peetofflceat p postouice tootee rat at Carlinville III nt early earlytoday earlyto earlyto
to today = day 7 shot and probably fatally fatallywounded fatallyPoliceman fatallywounded
wounded Policeman William Van Meter Meterwho Meterwho Ieter IeterM
who M tried tr to arrest them dynamited the theaale tbept theaaie
aale and got away with stamps and andmoney andJDOIaey andmoney
money moneyZ
Z Widow lclow of MomiiiNen Die DieBerlin Dies DieHJIerIIa Diesasrlia
Berlin Mareh IThe The widow widowef of Momm Mommsen MOIIIAIthe Mommson
son the t e historian died today at the age ageof ageof ageof
of seventylive She collaborated cel aborated with withher withher withher
her husband h m In his works worksThe worksTh worksThe
The Th Southerns Palm Limited LimitedAn 1lmltctlII LimfteilAn
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4 gusta and Charleston Excellent Pullman Pullmanand Pall Pallintng Pullmanimd
and dining intng oar service iee electric lights hts s and andail ancIa111IKIdern andaq
ail a111IKIdern modern conveniences neneea Leave Waahingr Waahingrtonfdi Washln Washlnt Washing
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Sailors of Stranded 5 5Repulse Steamer SteamerRepulse BteanlerRepulse
Repulse Attack of Moors MoorsMAffOWAR MOOlMANOWAR MoorsMAN0
Cfniulmll Arrives in Xcvr cw Yorkharbor York YorkHnrlior ork orkIInrhor
harbor desiring Marks of o IIuIIctM BullcteFired IIuIIctMFired DulletFlrecl
Fired by b Buccaneers DlIcenneer4ShIJ Ship Overrun Overrunand Ocrrunnncl Overrunanti
and Iloltlicrs Carried Most 1 011 t of ofCrews orCrewlI ofCrews
Crews Effects to the Shore ShoreNew ShoreN8 ShoreNew
New > o York March H LAtter After one of themost the Uteex themoat
most tbtidhlg thrttH experiences ex that t tta lance b bfaOeH be befades
fades a ship p since the days when the thebold tII tIIbold thebold
bold buccaneers roamed the tileMala Spanish SinuilenMam SpanishMahn
Mam Mala the steamship cralghlll C CrafgWH hip of the theWest tJaeWeBt theWest
West Scotland line has arrived here hereA bentA hearA
A docen bullet marks ru on ht hull h > tl 1 and fun funnel f1lAnet funuol ¬
net tell the story of a fterce handtobattd handtobattdfight b ndto ndtoJJcbt readtohandfight
fight with Moorish pirates tes in I the Medlterrainean Med Mediterranean ed edIterrDeaa ¬
iterranean Sea which came to an end endwhen endwben endwhen
when a British torpedo boat and cruiser cruiserwent cl1llRrwnt cruiserwent
went to the rescue rescueThe re8e1JeThe rescueThe
The Craighail ran aground a off the theMorocco tiHMorocco theMorocco
Morocco coast co and for three days lay at atthe atthe atthe
the merry of 309 buccaneers who drove drovethe drovethe lOe lOetbe
the crew e below and attempted to carry carryOft CUT CUToft earnyoff
Oft her nfrt cargoWe cargo CftTyOWe eIPe
We e were two weeks out of CardUC CardUCbound CanWfltound Cartffbound
bound for Italy I with a cargo of o osaki coal coalsaid coalsaid
said Chief Officer O leer Edward Ferguson Ifet to today to today today ¬
day Just before we reached the Straits Straitsof StraIuof Straitsof
of Gibraltar a heavy tavy fog shut t in and tile tilewind dteI thewind
wind feU to a dead tlMdcallll calm As tHe after afternoon at atWON atmrnaoa ¬
noon wore ov on the fog fo thickened thIc thIcIt se a aIt fpk fpkIt
It w ryas s ImtiessfulB 1 for me ele to see the thetit IWr IWr4l ib ibeC
4l the skip from the tileStruok bt1 bt1Struck bridge bridgeStruck
Struck fleet In Vote VoteWe Io IoWe hogWe
We Were were steering by dead reckoning reckoningand reokoaIftUf reekotdagand
and both Capt John Job Low and myself myselftbooaiit Jll7se1fi myselfthought
thought t t we were holding to Ute center of ofthe oCt ofthe
the t narrow channel We had slowed sloweddown sloweddown
I down < to five knots and this probably probablycaused probablycaused
I caused th the trouble A terrific current currentwas currentw currentwas
was w running through thr thrnu utrb h the strait t nod under un under under ¬
der our low speed it carried us w will jl I up upon upo upon
on o the Morocco M woooo coast coastAt CORMUAt coastAt
UAt At midnight mkbd t the captain went below belowand beIcnland belowand
and I came on deck for the late lateI wn wnI wa4th wa4thI
I stationed extra lookouts forward forwardthey Jtut JtutthPy Iut Iutthey
they could not Me a ships tps length gUt gUtTw ahead aheadTwo aheadTwo
Two Tw hours later all hands were knocked knockedoft kJMIekfJdoff kAOeltedoff
off their feet by the force of a terrrac terrracimpact ten18eImp terrificimpact
impact impactThe impactThe ct ctThe
The The engines were instantly tMtaaU stopped stoppedI
I rushed ru bed to the rail and could make out outa outa outa
a dim outline to starboard ta ollni that looked lookedlike JooJcedJIke lookedlike
like land We t had run on a reef close closeunder dOHUlt4kr closeunder
under the Morocco shore shoreArmed abo aboArmed shoreArmed
Armed Pirate Hoard VCNNC VespelThere VCNNCThere YeMMe1There
There was nothing noth to do but watt for fordaylight fordaylight fordaylight
daylight As the sun n rose ro e clearing the thefog Utef thefog
fog f a dosen long low boats put out from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the shore They were preen JIO and bristled bristledwith bristledwith
with armed men In I a ptoment moment nt they theywere tae7were theywere I
were alongside aIoe the steamer eamer and JMl 300 dark darkskinned clarkned darkskinned
skinned ned Moors armed with huge hu curved curvedknives curvedknln curvedknives
knives and Mauser rifles swarmed ever everthe eftrthe everthe
the aides BId of the ship p The crew of thir thirtytwo thirtytwo thktytwo ¬
tytwo men were panicstricken u1ekeri and fled fledforward ft dfonar4 Piedforward
forward forwardWe fonar4We forwardWe
We were not armed but Capt Low Lowstepped Lowstepped Lowstepped
stepped forward fOI1 ard < and demanded of a huge hugeMoor ba baMoor hugeMoor
Moor who bo appeared to be the chief what whathe whathe whathe
he wanted The n rest of the pirate pkatesstood pkatesstoodalong piratess stood stoodalong stoodalong
along the rail with gleaming eamlR < knives intheir in intheir Intheir
their hands handsThe bandsThe handsThe
The pirate chief advanced a ed with an aninterpreter anInterpreter i
interpreter and said lei that God od had sentthe sent sentthe llenltbe
the steamer on the rocks as a gift to u tlaMoors th thMoors uMoors >
Moors for their devotion He said 141 they theyintended theyIntended theyIntended
intended removing removln < her cargo r o and takingthe taking takingthe tkbllthe
the crew ere into captivity ca vtty as slaves You Youcan Youcall Youcan
can imagine i ne what t our feelings f Iipl wereThere were wereThere Wf1eThere
There was aII nothing nothln to do however None Noneof Nonof Noneof
of us had arms and nd we were resigned r to toour toour toour
our fate
Moors Overrun Vessel VesselWe YClItele YcprelWe
We e went below and the Moors over overran overran U Uran ¬
ran the vessel T When they discovered discoveredthat discoveredthat aeov aeovtbat
that she carried a ca cargo eaqo of coal they theywere theywere theywere
were greatly dteappoint l for they had hadexpected hadexpeetecl hadexpected
expected s rich loot of merchandise merchandiseWhite merchandiseWhile e eWhile
While we were below an aged Moor Moorappeared Moorappeared Moorappeared
appeared and advised d us s to let him send senda MOdfriendly
a friendly native messenger mes to Ceuta and andthence andthence andthence
thence to Gibraltar for aid He He1eI said our ourlives ourlives ourlives
lives were 1n In danger and that unless a aBritish aBrttisb aBridah
British manowar a arrived soon we would wouldnever W9UkInever wouldnever
never see our own cefmtry cefmtryImpressed cettry cettrylmJMe ce ntry ntryImpreseed
Impressed ed by the friendly act of the theman tilema theman
man ma the captain signified his h willingness willingnessand willingnessand mlnDftBand
and a messenger was dispatched dlspa tehed From FromCeuta FromCeuta FromCeuta
Ceuta the authorities sent a wireless rete retesap moo message mooto ¬
sage to Gibraltar and the British salvage salvageship salvageship Ivaxe Ivaxeahtp
ship was wa ordered to our rescue She ar arrived armed arrtved ¬
rived In a few e hours hoursIn hoursIn hoursIn
In the meantime the Moors were help helping heInlIlK helphag ¬
hag themselves tbe lves to the contents of our ourlarder our1anIer ourlarder
larder and whatever else of value Iue they theycould theycould theycould
could lay their hands on Then most m t o othem otbem of ofthem
them went ashore and Capt Low real realteed 1ealthat realised
teed that our only chance of escape if the themanofwar Utemaaofwar themanofwar
manofwar failed us was to get getUte the ship shipoff shipolf shipoff
off the rocks at once onceIet oaeeIct onceLet
Let Bunch Ply PlyTh Plrhe FlyThe
he Th crew ere came up the companionaad companionways companion companionways
ways and we backed backeclthe the engines in hope hopeof hopeo hopeof
of slipping the vessel from the reef But Butwe Butwe Butwe
we were eredOllely closely watched from the shore shoreIn ahoreIn shoreIn
In an Instant ln I saw hundreds of Moors Moorsrunning Moorsrunning 100 100runlng
running down the hills They put out outm outhi outIn
m hi their boats and at the same time timeopened Umeopeaed timeopened
opened a hot fire with their rifles riflesIn rUlesIn ridesIn
In the meantime those who were on ontip ont1te enthe
tip ship p drew their knives and drove the thecrew thecrew i iCRW
crew below again The firing continued continuedfor ceatJautdlor continuedfor
for twenty minutes but no one was in injured 1a 1ajvqd injwttd ¬
jured 1 1fL
Fra Frajrrant > rant Vlog viot I fL tl s 27e = Se l Per Bunch BunchA Dunlhr BunchAt
r A Kramers the florist 916 018 F Fat st t nw nwo nwI4 nwLlpbey
I4 Llpbey beY d 8 Co o 6th and N Y are ai e
For 01 the District of Columbia Columbiaand Columbiaand Columbiaand
and Maryland Mary1andRain Rain or r snow today to today today ¬
day tomorrow clearing light to tofresh tofresh tofresh
fresh east to south winds vinds becom becoming becoming becoming ¬
ing variable variableHERALD variableHERALD variableHERALD
1 1I
1 Nicaraguan uan Force Fo e AnnihilatedIJohn AnnihilatedtJohn Annihilated
IJohn 1 John Alexander Dowie Dead1Srcb Dead1Search Dead
1 1Srcb Search Continued for Kklnapped K Aped Boy BoyS BeJJ tiny3Rue
S J 3Rue Ruef Confident of Freedom FreedomPrteeta Freedom3Priests
3 3Priests Priests and Burglars in Duet3New Duel DuelJNew DuelJKew
JNew Defendants ia Eddy Edd Suit SUItJerome Suit4Jerome
4Jerome 4 Jerome Confers with Experts ExpertsI lbperoINewI Experts4News
oINewI I News of Maryland and Virginia Virginia5KngMsh Virginiartter VirginiaSEnglish
5KngMsh Writer rtter Criticises Oar Women WomenlOCu
lOCu 10 Ct th thArdde L LBArchte
BArchte 5 Archie Roosevelt Shows Improvement IftlPtOveDlelttPeo IinprovementPeonage
2 Peonage Peo a Fight in P Jtrogreae JtrogreaeSJames PfOSt PfOSttJames ogrees ogrees3James
SJames L L Push Is I Dead DeadCardoso DeaLiNeeU DeadiiNewell
iNeeU Mode ReeIS R mntlott Chief CJtJelOIIO ChieflCardotie
lCardotie Cardoso OIIO Will A Appeal to Courts eer eerIBip Coons12Big
12 IBip Big Collection for Art Gallery GallerySPORTING GePe GePeSlOIlII GallerysrORTING
s8News S8 News and Gossip of Field Track TrackTurf TrackTurf TrackTurf
Turf and Diamond DiamondNO Itllmo ItllmoNO Diamondto
Former Police Captain of Brooklyn Brooklynand Brooklynand Brooklynand
and Wife Make Urgent1tequest Urgent1tequestVctcrnn UrgentRequestVeteran Urgent Hequest HequestVeteran
Veteran Who 110 Goes Abroad AJtrmyl In InBept InBeptof Bent Bentof ellt elltcf
of Health UogIth An A tired nre ur d < I 0oflln I IKept In is isIcpt
Kept n p t Aboard lOr Shin ShinNew S S1a1 f fNew > i iNew
New York Marcn iarlk 9Former Police PoliceCapt PolleeCapt PoliceCapt
Capt M A McNamara of Brooklyn Brooklynand Brooklynlid Brooklynand
and hte wife wit started ht the steamer 1It Ro Romanic RomaJltc Romanic ¬
manic today tcHIa for a tour of f the Muter Maditerrnnean Mediterranean MuterraDMn ¬
ranean after asking ask the steamship com company romto company ¬
pany to guarantee nt that in the event t of oftheir 0their oftheir
their death neither net would be buried at atea atJ atIlea
Ilea ea
eaCapt J
Capt Id Idquest McNamafa It amata made e the unum unonsjal UII UIIq al re request ¬
quest q est estwhich of the HamburgAmerican JiIamlttlrl mertca mertcawhJcb H Hwhich line
which has ehartefed chartered 1Wfed the Romanic for one onevoyage 8Mvoyap onevoyage
voyage to Italy ItalyCapt ItalyCapt ItalyCapt
Capt McNamara McNat + ara InsteUd I that the thesteamship lheateaWlShtp thesteamship
steamship company guarantee atee to bring bringhi ariahb bringhis <
hi hb remains or those of his wife to NtH NtHdesthlatton the thedestination thedestination
destination of the ship if cither aped iur during iurIn iurlug ¬
lug < the passage of the Romanac but the theHamburg theHambUp theHamburg
Hamburg line would Ouid guarantee noilAng noilAngexcept DOU DOUexceopt notlttgexcept
except that the captain and surgeon SUI1 Oft of ofthe orthe ofthe
the ship p would w u141 tto Ift everything ever3U within rea reason JWliIOft reason ¬
son K anything should happen to the theWffl UteMc theMGNamauras
MGNamauras Mc natI ell route routeWnt routeWIl
Wffl you put that in wUingrr wrltfllgruked wrltfllgrukedI asked askedCapt a wd wdCapt
Capt McNamara McNamaraThe XeNaJINlraThe McNamaraThe
I The captain sailed sal today after being beingassured belagred beingassured
assured red that embalming Utttd and a cof cofftn cotan coffin
fin were on board for use in emergency emergencyThe emergencyThe emergencyThe
The unique request made by tho Mc McNantarag McNamaras Ic IcNamarag
Nantarag caused c1 e4 much surprise especial especially ¬
ly in view of the fact that Capt and Mrs MrsMcNamara lIrslcNBNU1l MrsMcNainra
McNamara were enjoying enjo 1ng the host of ofmiddlelife ofmi ofmdddleltle
middlelife mi mdddleltle cUeU e health when hen they tbe sailed ne and andthat aMthat andthat
that either looked a perfectly safe risk riskfor 1 1tor riskfor
for any insurance company companyGILLETTE eompanyGILLETTE companyGILLETTE
Slayer of Grace Brown Will 111 Not 3fotHave Nothave
Have Cane Argued Before Fall FallHerWmer FnllHerktmer FallHerkimer I
HerWmer N Y March 9 9It It developed developedtoday developedtoday developedtoday
today that the appeal In the case of ofChester ofCheater I
Chester Gillette convicted of the murder murderof
of Grace Brown will hardly be argued be before be before before ¬
fore the State Court of Appeals before the thefail thel thefail
fail term of that body In the mean meRnthae meRnthaeGillette meantimeeGillette time timeGillette
l Gillette will 111 stay sta In the death house at atAubuitt atAubWh atAubutit
Aubuitt Prison PrisonBy PriSOftBy PrisonBy
By filing with the clerk of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCourt SupremeCourt
Court here of o notice that appeal will be betaken betakfn betaken
taken the attorneys for Gillette have secured se secured securfd ¬
cured a stay of sentence and they the are at atwork IltwOlk atwork
work preparing < the fhe papers PA rs for the appeal appealwhich appenlwhich appealwhich
which will set forth that Judge Devendorf Devendorferred Devendorfrred Devendorferred
erred rred in permitting the introduction of ofhearsay ofarsay ofhearsay
hearsay arsay evidence evlden and letting the BillyBrown Billy BillyBrown Bm BmBrown
Brown letters as they were called come cometo cometo i ito
to the attention of the jury juryACIDTHROWER jur jurACIDTHROWER juryACIDTHROWER
MrntcrionH Miscreant Attack An Another AI1othcr Another ¬
other Little Girl on Street StreetBaltimore StrcctDaltlmorf StreetBaltimore
Baltimore March 9The 9 The vitriol vitriolthrower vitriolthrower vitriolthrower
thrower attacked another girl victim victimthis vIctimthl victimthis
this thl morning montfngBessie mor morningBessie ng ngBNsle
Bessie Gierloff twelve years ears old ol who wholives whoUV wholives
lives UV with her parents at 806 06 South SouthBond SOuthBoncl SouthBend
Bond street tr t was WK walking on Lexington Lexingtonstreet Lexington8tre Lexingtonstreet
street 8tre t near Exeter There were a num number nurne numher ¬
her r of pedestrians p estrlRns on the street ami amithe a andithe KI KIthe
the child did not notice anything n tthfng wrong wrongwhen wrongwhen j jwhen
when a man abo about t twentyfive years yearsold yearsohi
old 01 wearing a long black overcoat overcoatbrushed ovcrcoat ovcrcoatnlibed overcoathrushed
brushed against a inst her said Excuse me meand meI meand
and paseeiL paseei on onA onA onA
I A mom momem rnome t later the child felt a burn burnJnjc burnn1C burnJng
Jnjc n1C sensation se satlon on her right lejr le She Shescratched Shels Shescratched
scratched s ratcbfd It ItllS as she went along then thenthe thcntbe thenthe
the burning became more pronounced pronouncedand pronouncedntI pronouncedand
and ntI caused her to stop and look at her herstocking h8 h8stfklng herstocking <
stocking stockingShe stfklngShe stockingShe
She saw that it had been eaten eatenthrough eatenthrough eatenthrough
through with a number nUmb r of holes all allof al1of allof
of then theft discolored around the edges edgeswith ecJgeawith edgeswith
with a whitishyellow stain stainBaltimore staInaltlmorc stainBaltimore
Baltimore rind Return 1 1Dnlthnore I2C I2CBnltinsore = 1 1Baltimore
Baltimore anti nmlOhio Ohio R R HEvery REvery REVe17
Every Saturday and Sunday Sundn All trains
both ways 7S both days except Royal Lim ¬
ited City Clt offices o 1417 G 81 st and 619 Penn Pennsylvania pe Pennsylvania n nsylvania ¬
sylvania avenue avenueAlabama aenuebama avenueAlabama
Alabama bama flooring mostly edgegrain
Marvin Eadiiapping I Uthiap UthiapDee1 dliapping i11GRe111aiiis Remains RemainsDeep RelUaillsJoep
Deep i Mystery MysterySKIPPER M MysterySKIPPER stery sterySKIPPER
r T
Delaware Governor Put Puts PinlccrtoiiM PinlccrtoiiMon
on the Cane CaeIhllnch CaseIhlJndelphh Philadelphia lJJhle police IotiecIicllcvo policeHelluvc ItnlicclIeJlco
Helluvc Iml Fi III Hidden l1chl n In That City CHyIloliokon CH CHHohokon Cityliobokon
Iloliokon Iot Child Proven roves lot ot to tolie toDc totie
lie Kidnappers Victim VictimDover YietilUDoer YietiruDover
Dover Doer DeL Msurfi l L8Ix x day bars tlQllJlaw tlQllJlawyr have haveearn hnmme
earn me and gone ateee towryearobl 1br ryearoI yr Horace HoraceMarvin If IfXan11I homesMarvin
Marvin mjaturionsiy disappeared1 4lssp ppearM from ate atefathers bIBfadIer hisfathers
fathers form at KKts Kitt Hammock To Tonight To ToQdat Tosight ¬
night the aaimction abtaetienthe etlell the family stoutly stoutlymaJnUtec Meetlymaintains i
maintains taIM tint the child has JIM been kid kidneaped kidcapped
capped although no motive for the crime crimecan crt crtcan crimean
can be alven givenremahm 0 remains a deep mystery mysteryWith m7fteryWith mysteryWith
With the release today t from police sur surveillance aurvellbutce surveillance ¬
veillance of Jack Hart H4 rt wrecker and eye eystcrman oy oysaid eyetenun
tcrman said to be the skipper lpper of the mysterious mys mY8erloUB mysttous ¬
erloUB terious ttous black sloop Ioap ntanuevertng illanueverl in the thepelaware thePelawAft theaware
pelaware aware Bay off the shore of the Marvin Marvinfarm Xaniblann Marvinfarm
farm on o Monday when the child < htld disap disappeared disappeared lBap lBapIMrfd ¬
peared the only tangle clew disappeared disappearedHart cllappeandflut dhstppearedHart
Hart whose hoIJe home to m Ie Camden N J Jwas Jwu Jwas
was taken Into cvrtody cnastOa at New Castle test testnight JutDPt lastsight
night The Thete Slate atftewritiesv aaatb tles after bear bearteg Jaearlag hearlag
lag his It story of cleaaed his recent n nmseevert > aneuyejB relapsed re released ¬
leased him
Want all Record of Marvin ritually InmllyAneH l tmI13Aw
Aw AneH 1 ulli Mttt > H at Attorney Do Genera aeJIC HriiMiJh Ha OK tr trHie
4 C IUI IUIIM auth 1 1the
the retxart record tyMl tsWvht ri fuwllr fataufllVteeter t tJIere fuwllrdoctor
doctor teeter v mtf dIte e nte lilt tgrpsrauee nowrane here herethree herethree
r three month ago so He had takes takeILof ponees poneesston poeseadon
don of th the farm only three days before beforethe beforethe
the kidnapping kidnappingPolice kJdna1PlnPoItce kidnappingPollee <
I Police authorities of Philadelphia WII Wilmington WIImlftlrton WIImington ¬
mington and New York YorkI are assisting to tothe Inthe
I the search reh for the lost child childGov childI childGov
I Gov YGY Lea J immediately upon signing the themeasure tileI themeasure
measure mea ure of the State tegfctetnre appro appropriating approprlatfng 0 0I ¬
I priating feM for aft rav In Inver sigato gittlon of the thecase theCII thecase
case ateo called the Pmkertsonc Pt hue the thecase tbe6opt thesae
case Sopt TMmiao J > of the Kaki Baltimore Baltimorebranch DaJdMoHDrut1a ore orebranch
branch of the Ptokertons arrived heretonight here heretonight bfteUHdfdIt
tonight to take l e full charge e hi behalf of ofthttStftie ofUN ofthe
UN thttStftie thttStftieSUii Stat StatSkl State StateSltltper
SUii Skl Sltltper tlter i er Released li by > Mayor 3InyorThe JlnyorTbe MayorThe
The dtemtesal 1 of Skipper Hart today todaywas tofclQWU edaywas
was ordered by Mayor Boyd of New NewCastle N NCaIKJe NewCastle
Castle who acted act on the recommead recommeadth recGlllflaeHat1o reeommendtttien
th t1o tien n of James Hawkins State detective detecUveBefore detectiveDdore detectiveBefore
Before parting < with Hart Detective DetectiveHawkins DeteetlveHawJdnB DetectiveHawkins
Hawkins took the tbf precaution to take his It ItpeMftt hispermanent ntapermanent
permanent address acktleUotdcb which Hart said saidwould JJwoukI saidwould
would be foot of Jasper Ja street Camden Camdenwhere Camdent Camdentwbere Camdenwhere
where the captains captal sloop fe I now docked dockedBesides dcJeedBeaIcJe dockedBesides
Besides making makIn sure of the address addressHawkins acklr acklrHa1 addressHawkins
Hawkins Ha1 took the precaution to search searchHarts wearcItIiMt searchHarts
Harts IiMt boat but found nothing DOtbl suspicions attstwcfonsTow 4IU8PIcloULYou suspicionsTog
Tow can say y MM 14 Hawkins lJawJdata that thatthfc Uaatt thatthis
this t man Is turned loose Joo pig further tartJlerjftdpt furtherinv furtherinvesdipUteo
inv invesdipUteo invesdipUteoHart jftdpt jftdptHart cheerios cheeriosHart
Hart made several veral ataitmenU Matcn statdsaeats regarding rsgarflfnghis regardtlbI regardinghis
his movements moveme that are thought to be beincorrect beIncorrect beincorrect
incorrect incorrectPhiladelphia IncorrectPhllnclellthln incorrectPhlladelpitia
Philadelphia Redoubles Scnrch ScnrchccW ScnrchSpmM Searchedsi
SpmM ccW to The WMhtocton w toIt HenOd IeIePhiladelphia HenOdPhiladelphia UenJdPhiladelphia
Philadelphia March SThet there is R Rpoesibllity Ilpo apoesiblfty
poesibllity po that little Horace Marvin is isconcealed ifjconcealed Isconcealed
concealed In some negro resort re In this city cityis eitTis cityIs
is the growing cro1 belief of the tb Philadelphia Philadelphiadetectives Phldetphtadetectlve8 Philadelphiadetectives
detectives detectivesWalter detectlve8Walter detectivesWalter
Walter Winner of 1111 Norris street streetCOIIftcleat to toconfident Isconfident
confident he saw w the child Friday afternoon after afternoon afterJIOOR ¬
noon In a Market street department store storeaccompanied storeAccompaJdefl storeaccompanied
accompanied by two negro women At Atthat Atthat Atthat
that time Winner had not read the kid kklnapptas kldRRppiftg kidnapping
napping story and bad no suspicions flu as asto asto asto
to the identity of the little one but re remarked re remarked remarked ¬
marked upon the unusual unu ual beauty of thewhite the thewhhe thekke
white kke child and wondered that he should shouldbe 51t shouldbe tukl tuklbe <
be In the company of two such women womenWhen wOIIenWhen womenWhen
When Winner got home he SAW W R pIe picture pIeture pietore ¬
ture of the lost 10 t child in a newspaper and andat anda andat
at a t once oae decided it was the little one he hehad hehad le lebacl
had seen In the department store He HeImmediately Hehnm Heimmediately
Immediately hnm latly notified the detective department depart department department ¬
ment and efforts have been redoubled redoubledin
in the search for the boy in this city cityPulse cIQJnIHc cityFalse
Pulse Alarm at llobol Hoboken HobokcnHoboken HobokenHoboken cn cnHoboken
Hoboken N J March tChlef Chief of ofPolice o oPollee ofIofce
Police Hayes solved the Marvin kidnap kldnapI kidnapping kidnapping
I ping mystery for half an hour tonight tonightbut tonightbut tonightbut
but unfortunately his solution was not as ashappr1 ItShappyl ashappyi
happr1 as he expected and visions vl of a abig nbit abig
big reward went glimmering glimmeringA ImmerinlA
A detective of the Hoboken force found foundR foundIn
R bay in the streets of the city who whoanswered whoanswered whoanswered
answered the description of the mls missing missinglyoutli missingyouth tng tngjouUa
youth and he hurried him to police headquarters head headquarter heulquarters ¬
quarters Chief Hayes telegraphed Dr DrMarvin DrMar1ft DrMarvin
Marvin and the latter sent his song son Dr DrHarvey DrHarvey DrHarvey
Harvey Marvin to the city posthaste posthasteHe PHthuteHe posthasteHe
He was met at the train by the police policewho policewho policewho
who took him to see the boy boyDr boYDr boyDr
Dr Marvin after glancing clng at the young youngster Jooung Jooungster youngster ¬
ster said Thats not him Its not my mybrother mybrothu mybrother
brother brotherThe brothuThe brotherThe
The boy picked up by the police Is a aresident are aresident
resident of Hoboken but greatly rosembles re resembles retlM ¬
sembles the published descriptions of the themissing themIMIng themissing
missing Marvin boy boyMorsraii boyIor boyMorgaii
Morsraii Ior nn Gets Historical PIcture PictnrcParis PIcturePttrla PicturePardo
Paris March IA A Milan dispatch to tothe tethe tothe
the Echo de Paris says J P Morgan torgaIlt has hasbought hasbdught
bought t the historical Chimney Chlmne Pleos PhKIeBoU PhKIeBoUcdll PlegeB4t1ceili Boti Botieetli
eetli picture from a lady af at Ptetowa PtetowaJ Pl tow 1 1J
J If Small fc Son Sons Florlata FlorlataWashington Flo rIMt rIMtashtngton ta taWashington
Washington and New York 1orltA YorkA y yA < <
A la InCnr Car Carte e Lunch Served S nd Dally DallyAt DRn DRnAt DallyAt
At Ecksteins frm rear 12 ° to 3 3 14WN 14ffiN y ave aveBeduced aveRedu aveReduced
Reduced Redu < ed to 250 per 100
Sncnkcr of AVI Witennin IHfnnliin oiiii in Asscmlily AsscmlilyIlooiiivd Ascntblyroomed lleJJ1hl lleJJ1hlBoom
Ilooiiivd Boom cd n ns IM I HolIettcJ 1I Choice ChoiceSreefel CholocSr1Cria1 Choiceto
Sreefel to The WMhte0on W h aId McraMMadisoiu aIdMa4MotL ai aiMedbon
Madisoiu Wit Mardb Marco tIrvine Irvme U I Len Lenroot Lenroot Lenroot
root of Superior Su rtor former speaker of the theassembly t ti theassembly
i assembly will probably be the next nextUnited extI nextCnltod
I United States Senator Seutor from fr from Wisconsin WisconsinThis WisconsinThis COIIIIIn
fT This fa I on the th assumption IItPtlOnthat that Senator SenatorLa SeaatorFoIIeUe SenatorLa
La Foilette will eventually take a hand handto baacIIII handIn
to the contest < and that he can swine swing the thepresent tilet thepresent
present t legislature Jelalature k lature to the Superior man manThe uaJbe manThe
The indMatiottS boas show that the contest contestwfli coateSt1H contestwill
will 1H narrow down to Lenroot as the choice choiceof claGlceoC chaferof
of the true blue La Follette men Gov GovDavidson GovDa GovDavidson
Davidson Da as a the choice of the Stalwartsand Stalwarts staIwIUUand Stalwartsland
land and former Senator Batten Hatt of New N Lon London Loadon London ¬
don don of the the men more or less tndepe tndepedoit lndependart 7 7t
dart t of both factions factionsThat factionsThat DBThat
That La VoDette WIll sooner or later latertake Ismtake latertake
take a hand is already assumed by bjwho ids idsU Ms Mslieutenants
U lieutenants utensats who say be favors Lenroot Lenrootand lAaIOOta Lenrootand
and these are pursuing an aayresslve aayresslvecampaign aggressvecampaign e ecalh
calh campaign for the former speaker Len Leneoot lAalOOt Lanroot
lOOt baa a a large following in the thebI assem assemMr assemb4
Mr bI over which he presided two years carsage yearsago anHe
ago He returned = home without an ananonring It ananmwing
anonring his candMacy but what Is IsganIed ne negarded rngarded
garded as equivalent to an announce annouaoemtHit alUlOUllOeHtIIt announcemont
mont of his candidacy was the statement statementgiven 8tAleIDeatVN sdtementgiven
given VN out by I 1enroot enroot before leaving leavingHe IetLvln IetLvlnHe leavinglie
He said I leav leave the question of can canI eaadldacy candidacy
I didacy entirely In hands of friends What Whatover bat batcer 1 1ever
ever is their Judgment Is try judgment judgmentPARIS judgmentPARIS tPARIS
Electrical Workers Win Strike S rlke and andWill andWill andWill
Will Return to Work
Untuud l ntl jl iVho Who v Q l WJ toi4 < an ti l ten f J1 in I Diimnnd Diimnndf Demands Demands1aerta
f < Aifcertjf tr 1aerta Ii rt TIHy tJF 1lhdI Arc tree > Hjjaily l9atl R Satv to < Do DoParte DoI
BntT01i1 I ilia iaii r n U 1 f X uecxlry uecxlryPaull cei r rParts
Parts March M reh tThe The Paris Pa electrical electricalworkers PlectrlclWorkers electricalworkers
workers woe their strike ke and will return returnto returnto returnto
to work tomorrow The strikers trIke met to tonight to toJdsht tonight ¬
night at t the labor ecmae ead sage Pataud Paba the thekwder tbe1Mder thelender
lender made a Itery speech In which be hesjiid be1ttd beskid
skid If the military replaces us we weshall weman wesham
shall become what t we are reproached reproaeMdwith neproaehedwith reproachedwith
with benaganUtaoliUrtets belll8an kartICL We Weo have not notarms JIOtar Dotarms
arms ar but we have Ye shovel 811 o no be it It Itthe tet tetthe islthe
the struggle begin beginThe beginThe
theThe The s Mteectns eethtg was snspeaded If IJIII w 18 await the theresult tileresUlt theresult
result of an Interview 11ibo with M de Selves Selvesprefect SeIvMprefect Servesprefect
prefect of the Seta SetaThe SlIM SlIMMM OahreThe
The strikers s era delegates went to the theministry themlatBtll theministry
ministry of the interior where WItere in I ttte ttteabsence V Vof tuneabsence
absence of M Clemeiice demenceau au they were wenXiTed re received received ¬
ceived < by Under Secretary of State 3ar Sarnut 3arraut 5uraut
raut The tlehpiee defa d1 attB er c mnniajiiiiii pgttne4 J that the thegovernments tile8Ovemment thegovernments
governments threat to employ military militaryengineers mIIItaI7en militaryengineers
engineers was a ear infringement w1 l bt of their theirright tMlrrt theirright
right rt bt to strike strikeThe tJ1ktThe site siteThe
The deputation then proceeded to the thetown tbetow thetows
town tow hall where they had a two two hours hoursinterview JtounInterTtew hoursInterview
interview with Ith Protect Deceives After Afterthte Atterthis Afterthis
this they returned to toe Labor KK KKchang Bxc Exchange
chang c where they t announced the strik striken shikera MrlItera ¬
era were er successful on at least two of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the main points pointsAfter pointAft pointsAfter
After < this announcement Leader Pa Patud Pa Pataud Pataud
taud coifgratuhued the men on the dteel dteelpHne tItadline discipline
line they had shown and said What Whatyou Whatyou bat batU
you have ha Ye done you are ready to do againwhen againwhen again againwhen
when necessary necessaryA DeC ry ryA
A motion that the men return to work workon workoa workon
on Sunday was carried carriedEVADES carrWdEVADES carriedEVADES
Lord ItercMforil Hide tides in Mexico to toRaunitc toUotetIc toIfscape
Raunitc Wontmn OlllnH Claim ClaimEl ClnhnEt ClaimEt
Et Paso Tex March 9 9AcImiral Admiral Lord LordCharles LordCharles LordCharles
Charles Beresford outwitted outwtt ed Flora Wolfe Wolfethe Wolfethe 1olfe 1olfetbe
the regress who claims to be the wife of ofhte ofIde ofhis
his deceased brother Lord Le Laval LavalBeresfonl LavalDereJfonl LavalIlleresford
Beresfonl and escaped e a Texas process proeescserver IOCft5er processserver
server er er by hiding for two days In a bole hoteIn boleIn holeIn
In Juarez Mexico and then sfrpuin up upthe upthe upthe
the line into New Mexico Me and aseiatug eatcMne a aSanta aSAnta aSanta
Santa Fe train trainVhile trainWhile i iWhlle
While he was investigating mve tlUa his brothers brothersranch brotMrsranch brothersraawh
ranch and taking a few I shots at bbj game gamethe pmette gamedue
the news reached him that Flora Wolfe Wolfewas Wolfewa Wolfewas
was ready reA T to serve rYe papers on him to contest con contest eont8M ¬
test the settlement of the estate e when he hegot htot hegot
got ot back here Returning be secretly secretlyleft 8eC secretlyleft tI tIleft
left t the train and took quarters In the thePonftrlo thePonftrlo thePonib
Ponftrlo Ponib to Diaz Hotel f tel in Juarez and his at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney Hammond pretending preteJKIl to be hen heralone henalone bertnlone
alone on legal business and that he was wasto wuto wasto
to return to the rancn ran randW l and meet the ad admiral admiral admiral ¬
miral miral came over to SI Paso and ADdfor arranged arrangedfor arrangedfor
for the departure departureArrangements d departureArrangements pftrture pftrtureAmtn
Arrangements Amtn ements were completed J letecl to have havethe baTfthe havethe
the Santa S nta Fe stop after crossing the New NewMexico NelIedeo NewMexico
Mexico line and then a pack was sent to toMexico wl1exJco toMexico
Mexico and the Admiral drove up the Mex Mexlean MexIcan Mexican
Ican side Irl of the Rio Grande after night JlI5lltHanamen nightHammond nightHammond
Hammond < l got on at the depot and the theLord tMLord theLord
Lord joined him after the New NeMnko NeMnkoline Mexico Mexicoline Mexicoline
line was W crossed crossedREDS edREDS j jREDS
Russian Terroriuts Terrori < t Successful In At Attack Attncl tt tttnek ¬
tack on Revenue Officer OfficerKutafe O OfficerKutala lccr lccrKutahl
Kutafe Kutahl Caucasus March tTerrortIt tTerrortItwho 5Terroristswho Terrorist Terroristwho
who made a daring attack on the treas treasurer treasurer treasurer ¬
urer of the local branch of the revenue revenuedepartment revenuedeportment revenuedepartment
department deportment in the very ver face f of a police policeguard polleeJUrd policeguard
guard secured r 16900 rubles and escaped escapedunharmed e capedunharme4 escapedunharmed
unharmed with their booty boot The attack attackwas attackWNI attackwas
was made on the carriage ca e in which the thetreasurer thetreuurer thetreasurer
treasurer was vs riding rtdln taking the money moneyto moneyto moneyto
to the treasury building Policemen occu occupied occupied occupied ¬
pied the carriage carriageThree carriagerhree carriageThree
Three bombs were thrown badly wreck wrecking wrecking wrecking ¬
ing the vehicle Four persons werekilled were werekilled Vo VokJlled
killed and five injured among amoD them be bethe beWe beWethe bethe
the treasurer In the excitement the roh rohbers roo roobera roIi roIibers
bers seized zetl the money and escaped escapedTo eeeapedTo escapedk escapedTo
To Mount VernonMonday Vernon VernonMonday Yemonlond
Monday lond y March 11 111 daily thereafter thereafterSteamer therfarterSteamer thereafterSteamer
Steamer Charles Macalester at 16 a m mand mand mand
and 145 1 1 p m mLlbbey mLlb mLibbey
Llbbey Llb y d Co 6th and n9 0 N NY Ytuvet < 1
Capi Ca apt pt McDonald SaJ Says Major MajorShielded MaiorSlIieldccl MajorSlliel1ed
Shielded Negro N eglO Raiders RaidersT RaidclEFIRST RaiderFIRST
toted Ranger Captain Declines to ioUiKutiNK tonlHeuIIH tolineup
UiKutiNK lineup IenroKeK Statement That ThntDIcDoiinld ThatMcDonald rhntU
McDonald U Don I In n Contemptible Cow Coward ConartiArrheM CowardArrlvea ¬
ard artiArrheM Arrive liv in San Antonio but hutSays butSUJII butSays
Says lie Is Xnt nt After Army Arm Officer
Austiav ittarch irck JWhen Capt DIll Jtfc JtfcDonnM JIIeo0 McDonald
Donald former feraeed noted Ranger Jt commander oomomadertodayread commandertoday tallerread
todayread today read the Urea hest despatches tebItJ unUng unUngMay oUng oUngMJ S SM
MJ M Ptnrooa an having called calledpttWe best s con contemptlble csntanpttble >
temptlble pttWe coward cew be said saidIf ridIf icl iclIt
It If I discus UM the matter tfJ at all aD it will willbe willbe willbe
be be with Penroee personally and not notthrough JIottbr notthrough
through the nws > apers apersMcDonald aapersMcDonald
4 McDonald < Dow left for San Antonio on a ahue ae alate
hue e train Befor Before leaving be fasted a astatement aBtatemeftt astatement
statement of UK Brownsville Affair It Itsays Itare Itsays
says in part pertPe partPenrose j jPenrose
Penrose Pe we was guilty pilt of shiddtay the theguilty they theguilty
guilty y negroes who murdered urdeftd Kntos X and andshot aadIIIaot andshot
shot into the homes of the ctttaens clt of ofBrownsville oCBrownsvlUe ofBrownsville
Brownsville and I caught htm in the act actof actof actof
of trying tryl to cover it up and I accuse accuseMacklin ace aced accuseMaekiln
Macklin d two twoTries tvorriell tooTries
Tries to Protect Soldier SoldierAfter SoldierAfter SoldierAfter
After I complained co against twelve of ofhe oCpIIU oflire
lire he guilty soidftMfeTOd d one exeohtter he hete lietile isbl
te the theothers jII el MaJ MaJI MaJAiit
Aiit I tp IJ t a a1 t 111M 1MIt t ail deeeNnra ailBe
others ier ttaert not Mt gMBty Be first teM ma mebut manot MOat
not two negroes w We re out of the post that Ustnight thatnight Ulatntpt
night nightI
I then asked hint hi about Corp Miller MillerPenroee MillerPftl1OIte MillerPearce
Pearce said 14 be was U at roUcaM at S Sand Sand
and 11 oclock oclock and he knew he was wastor there therefor therefor
for he saw him and Hurt Cant Capt MackJin MackJintalked MaekJIntal1led Mackiintalked
talked with him Cant Mnddia made made the theante Utee thesame
e ante statement statementI sta eat eatI
I then sent for Corp Miller who whostated wlloBtat whostated
stated that fee was at a saloon near the themarket theMarket themarket
market heuewhdt house wnen the shooting was be beimr Be Bella behat ¬
hat done aadovos at Mack Hamiltons Hamhitoashouse Hamiltonsbouse Haadltoabouae
house and before it ieeurred occurred rred he was in inMatamoras InMatalllOllUi inMataimons
Matamoras Mexico and never got ot to the thepost the08t theport
post until after 1 oclock o I have sinceendeestood since sinceunderstood Bee Bee8DIltnltoncl
understood that Penrose e had ordered the thenegro theJM8IO thenegro
negro soldier to shoot m IDe and myxang JIQ aing
ers en If I undertook to spot them any anymore aay180ft anymore
more 180ftlcIJonn1cl
DIcDnnnld lot > ot After fter Penrose PenroseSpeeM PenroteSped Penroses
Sped s to The WuIt ttlaaLiaeaaa WMMacto MuM MuMSan HealdSan teodSan
San Antonio Tfe l March b lCapc W WK WK WI
K I McDonald former torll State satereadaed ranger rangerreached rangerreached
reached Sea Antonio tonight He de denied d dBled defied ¬
Bled that he w was s here to see JrfaJ Charles CharlesW CllarlMW CharlesW
W Penroee ae a result re of the tatters tattersstatement JaU lattetsstatement s sllCatmeDt
statement Friday FridayCapt Frlda7Capt FridayCapt
Capt McDonald said I I am jest passIng pass peNI passlag
lag I through San Antonio on ottctal baM business Du8inesa baMness ¬
ness nesa looking after the revenue Interestsof interests interestsof Ia Iaof
of the State I am going sooth of San SanAntonio SlutAatonlo SanAntonio
Antonio tomorrow morning I am not notgoing notto notgoing
going to call on Maj Penroee PenroeeMaj PenroseMaj RrGe RrGeaj
Maj Penrose refused to discuss the thematter theUer thematter
matter Uer This afternoon oon Col Glenn his hiscounsel hiscouneel hiscounsel
counsel Issued M brief statement in hie hiebehalf htsbehalf Msbehalf
behalf behalfCol behalfCol behalfCol
Col Glenn said 11I Maj ltj Penrose Pen has not nottaken nottaken nottaken
taken the trouble to affirm or deny the thequestion theq1IeItJon thequestion
question of the disparaging d nr remark matX made madeabout madeabout de deaboUt
about Capt McDonald If any remarks remarkswere remarksmadt remarkswere
were made they tH were we in a private conversation con conversation converaaUoa ¬
versation and not for publication publicationPeiirose publielltlonIcnrofe publicationPcnrrse
Peiirose Gets WnithliiKTton Witness AVItncusIn WitnessIn tneI tneIIn
In the Penrose courtmartial today the thedefense thecHtfen thed4fen5a
defense e stole tole a march on the prosecution prosecutionThe proseeuttonThe prosecutionThe
The first witness from among amo the negro negrosoldiers JlegrOsoldiers negrosoldiers
soldiers of the Twentyfifth Infantry appeared ap appeared apjn ¬
peared in the e person of ofCM Corporal NI NIbeete Samuel SamuelWheeler SamuelWheeler
Wheeler beete The unexpected uneC ted advent from fromWashington fromwshlncton fromWashington
Washington of the former soldier upset upsetthe UpMtthe upsetthe
the calculation of Gen Glenn and after aftera
a few brief questions he asked time to toprepare topare toprepare
prepare pare for examination and court ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed until Monday The T substance e of ofWheelers ofWheef ofWheelers
Wheelers Wheef s testimony was U that he was at atFort atFort atFort
Fort Brown on the night of August 13 13and 13UDd 13and
and heard bullets whizzing in the air airThe AirThe airThe
The shots appeared to toeome come ome from the di direction direction directlat ¬
rection of the town he says saysMattlas aY5atUa8 saysMatthas
Mattlas atUa8 Brown who testified te yesterday yesterdayto
to hearing bullets whistle near him fired firedfrom tiredfrom red redfrom
from from Brownsville was wa recalled for fur further further further ¬
ther croesescamltiatioa c lIIIhatlo He did not sus sustain IlUStaln enstama ¬
tain himself well under interrogation He Heinstated HeIn HeIneIeted
instated that he lAW no shots fired from fromi fromthe fromthe
i the gallery of the barracks at Fort FortBrown FortBtOwn FortBrown
Brown Having sworn he blew out his hislantern hislantern hislantern
lantern when he heard the shooting lie liewas liewaa hewas
was asked why lie did so if he thought thoughtthe thouhtthe thoughtthe
the shooting sbooUn was an aJarm for a tire in inBrownsville InBrownsvllle inBrownsville
Brownsville he could only answer I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was accustomed to do that thatDYNAMITE thaLDYNAMITE thatDYNAMITE
Explosion E plolton in Mexico Snnffx Ont the tlieLives theI thehives
Lives I tvcII of Twentythree Person PersonEl PersonsEl
El Paso March t 1Advlces Advices received receivedfrom reeelvefrom receivedfrom
from Chihuahua today todlL say sa that thirty thlrtyftve utrt3ftve thirtylIve
ftve personalRen persons men women and children childrenwere childrentre childrenwere
were tre killed at San Andoes twenty twentyleagues twentyleague twentyleaguer
leagues from there by the accidental accidentalexplosion acclcJentalxplosfon accidentalexplosion
explosion of a large quantity of dyna dynamite dnamite dynamite ¬
mitetlJnckoJi1Ic mite
5 tlJnckoJi1Ic 31 Jacksonville and Return Uetnru31 Uetnru31MQ Return231March 2315 23153Iarch
March MQ h 10 10Via 1 1Via 10Via
Via Southern Railway Correspondingly Correspondinglylew
low roundtrip rates to Central and West WestCoast t
Coast FkJrWn points M 5 days return limit limitStopovers DmltStopovers limitStopovers
Stopovers Apply 7K 15th st Or 511 Pif Pifave PHave Psave
Established 1M 4 Lumber L mMr
Briainarkable Religious Lead Leader IJea IJeaer Leacsel ¬
er Victim Yi ti111 of Paralysis ParalysisWIFE ParalysiiIFE ParalysisWIFE
Few Fc of His Followers RemainLoyal Remain RemaiuIJoal DeninimLoyal
Loyal when JICu Trouble Conies ConiesFounder Conl ConlFoundcr ConiesFounder
Founder of 3ionlm Ionlm ami Builder of ofCity 0 0Oft ofOft
City Oft on Lnlce rnI e Michigan Viinln Life LifeWork IUN IUNork Iifchfork
Work ork UndonIIcnmlc U 11 < u ii < > ll con n c Hind J Ml lncl nil Weak Weakens Weakens eu euCJH ¬
ens Under Straiu StrnluOnee Once POiJfH Posaesserl Posaesserlof Pos eKed eKedof Uilf1 Uilf1of
of Property Valued alued at OOOOOOO 2UOO4owChicago OOOOOOOChicago oooocmChicago
Chicago Was Wn VaH lift III First Home HomeChicago HUntcChlcao tomeChicago
Chicago March LWltJa H With the death of ofJohn orJOU ofJohn
John Alexander Dewte QeiwIe Aetna prophet Opil1E It ItZion f fZlon rZion
Zion early today m there will nest < MK t ifurther turtber tfurther
further great scWe scbisstt te OH alGali a cab I u7Aon u uZkm 0Zion
Zion City CKyDowte CkTDowie CityDowse
Dowse died a pantie penniless 1 nwn Ml Mlsuch salsuch I Iaeh
such left no will so tie far l as to know 1 m mtempting 01tem n i itempting
tempting tem to poe of any y property Hint Hintbe t thathe 11 1 t tbe
be may hare taoi thought gbt still lay hi h his hispossession hi hispoae
11 poae possession possessionDeserted sin sinDeserted OII OIIDearte4
Deserted by his wife and than he putei puteibeyond prise prisebeyond UF UFIterO
beyond IterO d the worlds world IIIediate btewdfate IJ kea with wltiia witha wit wita
a sigb n e n his Up Ups and nd the muttering mattering matteringthe Da1Ittertf Ig t ttbe ethe
the name VotivaWHbnr VoItva WUInar Glen Veliv Velivwho V Yoldr0who oIh iI iIwIlD
who succeeded DoWIe as overseer overseerthe OY overseethe r II IIdie
the chinch and the vast at estate Ju Juwhat Juhat Jut Jutwht
what hat the dying man intended in to ioivey a ioi UJIIvtY o ovey
vey by the word could not be Interpret taterprdj taterprdjby < i iby iby
by the few faithful attendant > At t bJa Wsskle b btJ btJ11IM < J JsWe
sWe In Shitoh house houseKlon hoa hoaZiun houseLinn
Linn Will JJI Accord Decent Pxneral PxneralAt Fan l + aneraI aneraIAt era I IAt
At the bedside of the dying < loader tri triJudge w I IJude iJudge
Judge Barnes formerly a strong au auhermit iu iuherent 10laerent
hermit of Dowie Wit for
some tunecoondhlor tune tlrntCOUIIdDor a acouncillor
councillor with Voiiva Yolk Frisk Hatehfk Hatehfkthe Hateb tJd tJdthe k kthe
the negro ro bodyguard nI Samuel Thad Fr <
nnut M Hansen H and Miss Nttsten Hans Hansservant I Iaat 0astvant
servant aat and nurse The end came 8 aquickjy s sanfckfy 8tI1IleJdy
anfckfy and peacefully as a any man coin cuuil cuuilFaral coui i idesire idesire
desire desireFuneral desireFuneral
Funeral services likely win beJkclU in inZten IIIZtoII luZiem
Zten Tabernacle Tuesday and t e burii buriiwill bnr 1 i iwtJIbe iwill
wtJIbe will be In a g PIe ve beside Dwwi Dwwidaughter Dtnric1a > r
c1a daughter ter who was burned bur to death a few fewyears ftwJMrs fewyears
years ago Monday the body will w l lie i iU5 ill illIe instate
state U5 Ie when all the members of the chur churtewed ehuri1 it itorgnntssdon
rrDtuo and the pudic may be belit aI
tewed lit to take tak their lest ise belt on the tb u uble r rfeatures t tmdrliable
mdrliable ble features of the
departed found i igfeufi lot r rof
ot what w was one of the strongest rli rliSI reii reiipious
pious cults of modern times timesWife tlmniCe damsWife
Wife iCe ami Son to Be nt Burial BurialOverseer BurialOverseer UriRJ UriRJOvenee
Overseer Volhra probably win not l lable II IIi iable
i able to attend the last ceremonies I Icause 1eauae Icanoe
cause of illness H VoHva is suffering erIIIs from fromsevere frumIIevere rum ruma
a severe attack of tonsUids toIuJiU and was WaJoflueh wassuch i iKuch
such a serious condition today UMU t h hWM hwa hwan
WM not allowed to leave lea Ms bed or tu tuUtk tvtalk totuht
talk gtwralajJil imsI > relations with Downs Down DowilJ DowieJM
° lJ JM I s wife alt aC Dr Dowfc Glad Gladta Gla GlasteM Gladntene
steM Iswle ewte its ta son and John Murray urm urmDewle
Dewle nte fatxner jm nrrlreln IIVeIS Chicago Chicagoat
at midnight front the
Dowie country es estate 8tate estate ¬
tate at Ben Mac Dhm Midi MichThe MidiTbe MiebThe
The last Ia night of John Alexander
Dowfes Dowie life was spent in earnest religion rehgi <
devotion At midnight be atte attended attendedservice del delservice 1
service of his remaining rwabat followers ani anlspoke anispoke anllapeke
spoke to them for half an hour with f fur > r rvtaess
ptTPGeSII iv vtaess as the keynote His vok voter was wasstrong wasstrung a =
strong 8t and nd be joined In several gasp
songs the last one being Am Ai ii I a Soldi tr r rof rof
of the Cross CrossDIe C CmeaDien lOII5 lOII5Dlc
DIe Dien > with Vulivnn Name Rme on Lip LipDowte Lips 1ipIIIDo LipsDoak
Dowte Do tru tnt to his positive character characteralways ebara characteralways < tfr tfralways
always sang the words with a strong p PI PIsoaaI p i isonal r rsoaal
sonal sense lJe llfll and changed c cia nge i the language t tI tI <
I Am a Soldier of the Cross At tlo tloelose tI tIe t1close
close e he shouted The millennium his hiscome hi hiCOIM hacome
Retiring at I oclock q qslept
oclock the Apostle Apostleslept Apostlesiept
slept until W 45t octock H He poke to life lifeattendants hbattete hisattendants
attendants and rambled a bit m in doing doingsavins s ssaying
saying among other things m com om
back k hi a taonsand yean It was notion notionthat noticrdthat
that he wn WU m in a weakened condition CO At Atociock Atoclock
i ociock fce awoke weke again when it was wasobserved RasObserved a aed
observed ed tbat the end was not far Grad Grartually Gradually Graduaily
ually Dowse sank until he could onlymutter only onlymutter onlymutter
mutter the word Vollva Vollva Death th camV camVi earn earnat camat
i at t 7W oclock Meanwhile eanblle Judge Barnes
I bad been notified and joined those t at the
drin dying mans side sideDentil sideUentJJ sideIlentlt
Dentil Does Doc lot Dlxtnru City CityReceiver CityReceferHately CityReceiver
Receiver ReceferHately lately appointed by tli tliUnited tilt tiltUnltecl theUnited
United States Court COWt when notUted of th thdeath thdeath the thedeath
death death at once proceeded to Zion dt
au > an antook and andtook andtook
took share ebar of the
the property winch
w wpurely its itspurely Ii Iipurely <
purely a formal action ctton on his hi a part There Thrrewill Thfre11I Therewill
will 11I be no change In the business bust affairs affairsof alra affairsof irs irsof
of th the estate he said apt the passing ng of
Dowie will have np financial effect effectDowleg effectDowle eftectDowie
Dowleg Dowie s death was wa received in Zion City CityVitetly Cityquietly
quietly The people all were sorry BOIT BOITTears
Tears dimmed the eye ee of hundreds whohad who whohad wh whhlul
had loved the apostle and followed him himBut himBut himBut
But his passing was almost as unmarked unmarkedas d dwould
as would nave have been that of any other otheraged othera otheraged
aged a ed man All Industries ran with a full
force f closing at noon only Iy because It is
the custom to do so on Saturday Flags Flagswere l Flagswere I lg8
were halfmasted a K a murk of nspe respooT respooTand ftSIKt ftSIKtancl t tand
and clUsent discussed tb tb event when whenever wbtncv whenever
ever cv r chance brought them
together togetherlnlfinc tosetberUnilnc togetherhmiquc
lnlfinc Career of Dowie DowieJohn DowieJohn DowleJohn
John Alexander Dowie was w born In n
Edinburgh Scotland lancl u 1 1W He was U edu educated educated edutatted ¬
cated for the Congregational Congr tJonal ministry
there and then went eat to Australia A1ISt wh where rc
his boyhood boy eOd days were spent to preach preachDuring preachDuring preachDuring
During a long illness he renounced his hisold hisold hisold
old creed and Identified himself with the thedivinehealing thEdfvJnebI thedivinehealing >
divinehealing dfvJnebI sect Mobs assailed him himin hIm1ft hintin
in the streets of 9 Sydney and fearing forhis for forhis forhis
his life Jlfe he fled to
this country After Afterexploiting Afterexplditing > r rexpl
exploiting expl tt1nl his alleged a healing powers for fora forIl fora
a time on the Pacific Coast he h reached reachedChicago reuc reachedChicago hd hdChicago
Chicago In ISM and proselyted prCJI quietly quietlyuntil qulU30until quietlyuntil
until his h following became conspicuous conspicuousfcr
for Its numbers and seal Then came the thefear th thfarof thefear
fear farof of persecution with its reburrand rebuffsand rebuffs rebuffsand
and victories victoriesIt
It I t has been said of Dowse DowteHe DoVleHe DowseHe
He built t a creed its I itrf communicants cosammlcantsexcommunkaated communicantsexcommunicated eoIIUIIRkantsdlOmmunleatACl
excommunicated JrtnHe Jrtn tIHe MmHe
He built a city Its inhaMtents Ja exiled exiledMm exUedtabo exiledhiw
Mm MmHe
He raised VoMvs to power O pow r Vollva VollvarnlneU VolinrntMd Volivaruing
ruing him himHe ht1ftuHe himHe
uHe He drew about him thoutaiiis tIa H nlll who whoworshipped wh whworshipped whoworshipped
worshipped him hi he died deserted save saveby 88 sateby t ty
by y a few fewRnlen fewRulell fewRules
Rules In Simple Term TermsReduced TermReduced TcrnutR
Reduced R dueed to their simplest plat terms his hisrules his1U hisrules
rules 1U would woa run something like this thteSourn thlSUlfrn thisSnurn
Sourn the doctor the pill and the seal scalpel 8 sealpsi 11 11pel ¬
pel Blacklist th the circus dance gambling gamblingden gamblingden
den 1 saloon looa secret society and labor laborunion laborunion laborunion
union Let oysters and pork alone They Theyare Thyare Theyare
are the food of the filthy sinner Rner Who Whochews Khachews Wh Whchews
chews smokes or drinks dt1n becomes an anexile anext anexile
exile ext Ie from Zion If you 00 wish to marry marryCOXnXUBD mamco marryCONINIIED
Virginia rir inIQ Hot Spring SIJrln Pnrlor Car CarCemmcneing CarCemmenelng CarCommencing
Commencing March 12 l ° the U in S p > m train trainvfc trainvta trainvtat
vfc Chasapeaxe t Ohio Ry win have n ve par parl parlftr partin
l tin r car Washington to Virginia Virgin I Hot HotSprings HotSprings HotSprings
Springs without change daily ex Sunday SundayLibbey SaadayLibbey SundayLibbey
Libbey tt Co 6th and N Y ave

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