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the thew thecommalldcr thIcomrnaflder
prll jaen 2 acni Voyron
rtkln 4P In Ininformed InChinn inChina
French troops
w ot tho Ih lIe
commalldcr informed Gen Chnffce that thatwill Ihlll10OOU
China 1I lU sohllers will leave China Chinaof Chinaopinion
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In fa faIt ot Mr Hockhlll the thecommlMloncr theAmencan theAmfflCdfl
the he opinion
It II special commlMloncr cornIItIsIonerthe tha than thalthe
Amencan 11IBY now commence commenceIt
toretgn n truolJS
the safety o on onthe ote
L with wlthlJcrtccl perfect
i CM hlnn
rlnl to ing
that thaon thalIOOIIJ
2 Ser other hand tho announcemont
the nre to leave In IniTca InlIar InaI
IOOIIJ on French Fren h troops
1 iTca among the French na naSSiert natlve native
fear ar
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lIar aI wldenl wldenlSc5i resltlenlsThe
SSiert conlerlS IInd nd French
tlve Sc5i foreign ministers ministersthe
The vt Iell of the e
withdrawal ot o tho troops U no nothe not notshlUeJ notEaresl
on great majorjty of the thei thetord thejortign
shlUeJ b 11 the
iMents nts The ministers aver averbftrtlsn averthat avettIat
ruMents 6
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bftrtlsn tord > n
of th th0 o hitter UM have business bualneureaon bus1nCeasQuI
ltbat that Wothn ome rne Bnd others would have to vu vua vacate a atute
reaon BI tulldlniK they arc ar no now nowDccUVylOG flowcUIfl A Afree
tute thC a toe rent nt free Vhen whell Wh the troops troopsjELI troopsEtl troopsJlung
DccUVylOG cUIfl
jELI Etl Chung believes that tho Chj Chi ChIIle
Hun Uun Lilt will be bewithdrawn bet1jthdraJI
i 11 Ile le tfUOlS A AK over under the boundary marking markingS
withdrawn deflnell by llichl Mur MariaI MariaIvon hal halIon
S the th Imllory ns the sllMru ot opera operatlon operatIvnI
Ion laldcrsoe ot otliMn ofSbaR
the allies all the governor
tlon tor or
° received telelUphlc telelUphlcIntructlons teieglUPhIIQint1uctIon
liMn 81 prolln6 order orderIn orderlnb
nearly a week ugo
Intructlons wlthllrawlIl rho he gocrl goverlior goverlior1jiouhl or orlhQuld
In lnb their conveyed thlJ order to the thotroops thetroopI
lhQuld troops In have question b by lust I Friday rlda a at l the tltelatelt thelatelt
K latelt lateltho lateltThe and Ocr Germannvaper Ocrmun Gerrnaian
PThe The ho majority of the French FreflC
correspondents uccom uccomSanylns IIccomI RCCoIfljanying
mannvaper mun newBIJaper against againstGen ns nsSJa
Sanylns tl the expedition directed ago
I anylng > e
mobilized mobilizedat
SJa Gen LIB and which has been
Iekln IeklntoJa leklntoJa lekifltoinh
ino Fu returned to
at Pee Ting
toJa > believing believing that the expedition expeditiongovernor expeditionwoUld
La culled ort ortIhl oftlhl
woUld Je
Ihl Liang formerly governor of the thepm theprollne thec
c of Shan SI has been appoint apMntid
prollne ru
pm of Jlupei JlupeiThe JlupclThe JttIiClThe
id 1 governor of the province
Hankow cap ClipItlll caphal
The foreign consuls at
5J Itlll of tbeprSvlncc the provInce of Hupcl have pro prot Protested
ChI thTung ChITung ChiTurig
tested te teJ this tliI appointment III > to Chang
t I Tung viceroy of Hankow ar and ah have hllvetnt havent ae aefwnt
to todelay todelay tolelay
fwnt tnt nt him a telegram advising
delay proceedings in the matter of Us UsLiangs 1151Liangs 11it
t > > Liangs The numerous appointment appointmentThe appointments o oChinamen of ofChlnllmen ofChliiamen
Chinamen with lth pronounced antlfor antlforclgn anti antlfOrcign tor tortlgn
clgn tendencies Is causing comment u u1ekln III IIIIekln atlekin
1ekln Kven 1 ven the foreign ministers ministersndmlt mlnlslersndmlt ministersadmit
o othis of ofI Ofthis
ndmlt that BO 1 many appointments
this thlsharacter Imractcr are Illadvised whim whimthe whllthe whilethe
I the missionaries mls IOt1nlles nnd other civilians art artalarmed nlealarmcll areS
alarmed for cr the th future futurev
v S A 4 personage from Slftn Fu who 1 1closely la lac10SOl isclosey
closely connected with the court dc dcUles deJ1lea tieales
Ules ales that Gen Tung Full Slang U I In In Inin ina
in n state of open rebellion The pcrso pcrsoin per iersonin on onIn
in question thinks that the mission missionfaUes missionulcs mIssionailes
faUes who ho rf ported that he was In re rellon reo reo1lIon rebvilion
1lIon llon must mu t have hnl heard accounts o oharsh of ofIs ofIs
Is harsh treatment of bandits falling fallingBnto tulltngnl
Bnto nl hl his hands lIe hn has frequently dls dlsfcbeyfd dlsbeld tilsbeyd
fcbeyfd beld yrdnrs of the he court When 5000 5000ftroops 5000roops 6000roops
ftroops roops were withdrawn a from his com comfciand cornand
fciand and last January he should have re returned reo reoturned returned I
turned thdr rllles and ammunition ammunitionThis
This his he falM to do doBefore dor dolletore
r Before ho Ii left for Kansu lie obtained obtainedan
an n audience with the empress Upon Upoithis UPOIIhla Uponlila
this lila occasion he said to the empress empressAH
All that y yur vur ur servant has done has hasBeen hn hnen ha haen
Been en to oboy ob the th orders of the court courtlie eourt1e ourt ourtIe
lie Ie will die dl tipoii IIr flJSOIhe he battlefield In your yourcrke YOUrlke yourrse
crke rse If befnuse of the commands commandsif
if the foreigners your our servants were wereCommitted wereommltted wereteL
Committed teL to death he would die un Un1IIIngl unro
frllllngly frllllnglyTo 1IIIngl 1IIInglTo
To thIs thl the empress replied Let Letfour Letour Le Leour
four our heart be at peace I would rather ratherlow mthermy
low my rivers and mountains than thanrou thllnou
rou ou I will surely surel devise 0 plan for forrour toro roroir
rour o oir r pnie Ion The same Informant Informantay
ay I that this court advisers arc not notnrvord not1Ircrd notLii
nrvord nrvordLu 1IrcrdIu
Lu thuan Lin a notorious reaction reactionry
ry r end president of the board of ofradc otlIf ofC
radc lIf C argues m favor of subduing the thearfcarlans thenrbarlans theararlaus
arfcarlans while others advise delay delayreturning dela delarlturnlng delareturlitng
returning t > t pckln Only Wcn Wcnen Vcns Veiieng
Fcng en eng Shao Shaonn1 ami Sun Chin lila Nal urge Im Imedlate 1melllnte imclate
edlate ar aroptllnce a ptance of the terms of ofrcil efrt1 f fTI
rcil TI cl prhat iy i two of the foreign pow powhfue Io IoB POWsha
B sha haw jiiarately I arlllpl agreed to extend extendthe extenli extenlithe
the court Ut the full protection should shouldarlso shouldlty
lty t ansi arl of every soldier they
fAt At a wont meeting of the council counciloth
oth Ih the mprror and the empress empressept
ept freqacntly The dowager em emtnJ emH eme
H e tnJ that each day of t absence absencefta b nce
fta 11 as n Lay la ay when she he could neither eat eator eatr
or r p 1 p i in pi plare ace The emperor said saIdal
hat al P lkn < kn wus WI tho home of his nn nnitsttra nnstr1l ansUrs
itsttra and n that he could not bear to toSir toIIn toan
IIn anlr > n It It81r
Sir lr Hobert Harts plan for tho In IneaT Inel Ineas
eaT el of th iv r rvenue of China would wouldping
ping InK In I 20 nMIOOO ito m ooo taels annually but butPe butc
Pe c f Men r lltnrA < r and business men of
lilna Ina objtft bJ t to t this plan already tI tIth1 tiny iy
ig thrt th urripr It t the foreign buMness buMnessipusci hupInessUSPI
ipusci USPI us wit my the greater portion of ofnc ote
nc e Indemrity IndemrityMANTIiriHAN Indemrltf lnemrtyMt
VJhdrn April 22 22Accorlnf According to n nhnir 1
Isratll Israt h from om st P Petersburg PeterslJUr to the
Pally nil afly Mm Inl mcal information has
Ken on rc i I ra that renewed military nc
ity It ty IH b j ginning In Manchuria Chi ChiwL
wL Fe troofs ° r arc 8lr strongly ° ngly entrenched at
Tee Wini t > CIln1I1rolind Int1 around Mukdon They nri >
mtj vnh lIh E0od goc Mauser rifles and andcIlfturtl
Ie thirty KrUIJP guns
To Iho cIlfturtl of Mukden near nearTo
rChnusell ther lire 12000 men under
e hlct i lle On Lutnnz LutnnzKulo To Toi tIll
orthwest near Rub there therei are GO
Int Ins f UIllrr the th
i governor or ofAnt
uklln rp T To ° thp patward In Mongolia Mongoliaor
Ant d
or Mar tho InShnn 1flSh Shan mountains there therelfhuMM
e 9 9Oo
lfhuMM hu huAdmiral huAdmiral nore under the Chinese Ocn Ocnhas
Admiral lIrxbolt has
accordingly or
nlzc l an a n Plitlon exr litlon
nskl under Con Zer Zerh
h Ie J511111 rnslslln of two regiments nnd nndis
is or Cossacks
nil a IJo b guns
J y or volunteers to
Ialn galntt t th I1 three
points mentioned Tho Thouccessfully
rst mOItmnt rnoemf fit wn
successfully car carhlh
Id out In tilt p nnlng nif ot April Kulo Kuloa
hlh 1 Is i n kilometers
from Mukden Mukdenin
as in torn Jt J and the oxgovcrnor of ofh
uMrn Ukdp I as tak taken > n prIsoner In this
cllon iiie thetll thl h I1urslans lan had thirteen men menJfour m n
11I11 and Jfour four olcer ftn anti < 1 c eighteen elghtt Bhtcennh n
nh tn tounIPd un pd The advance ad va nee toward the thewas
Urrhau Urchauen en P PueltIon Hlon was then begun
he w OwIng ng t j iip tIi departure of the most of oftr
hit ltusJn Itu n tr troops ° rs from Mukden tho
atl itter hM ha bfVlime irne V very ery T unsafe AI A
c cet t nl niht4v ht t Ituulan 1tuI Inn sentinels are nren
ountl s lh jt t In the bnck The situation situationhit
n 8CUlt sct mv rn lnnehurla I Is 1118luletlnl
nd anothr advance of Ilusslan troops
111 be made in the
early spring uprlngHfNa IIprlngLI
LonIn Arvr April 3A 3 llfpntch from
kn ass that L LI hung une Chang lm has
tenrnlurell n mured vtrely erc In a 1 npeclil specIal I edict eJlcin eJlcifT
PC e us S fT the
and Chinese e
11 a agree S n upon boundaries
the tier Oerno
1aIJII Itl t4tfI who IIJ in 11 no noa8 concern with this thisand
marched west and threatened threatenedls th ntened
I e I1u hIug I Finre Inlfe The Th edict It ls 1 said orderf orderfthe
r hang ttl prevent the eicpcUI eicpcUIhe
> 1k n us a8 lhlt If he falls the re refo
5 fr tl th conseouencea will willIn
fo ft UI tnIh him
Ihe Ih tml eniveror > elor In the edict Bays that
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ThD M lChine lChinel
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Sdentl tR t nil over the world are Just now very HI much Interested In a new airship a model of which 17 fet long 1111 lint lintJust Itn ItnJlIst hasjust
Just Lwn HiecMifnlly tested In the Itjstal istal palace IlIln London The Inventor Is M 1 Atignste Oaudron n ITrinchuinn who li linow IslOW i iIloit
now biilhlliii hittliti lag an nlrshlji nitehl P on Jhl he h i mine s allll a let llnt ii iu > vhirh oh tI I In to be 10 1 00 feet IOUK IOIlJlllllfldI1I I ong nnd a iisi ilnvnn tir ii I h v 41 4 1 t liorcpnwcr hor ho IIHIIIr petrolnntn intor lOtorAA ifl tars tarsASSASSA
Viceroys Liu Iun Yl and Chan Chili ChiliTunp ChlhTUl ChiliTong
Tong TUl were ere appointed Joint negotiators negotiatorsWith
With LI hung Chn lint nl1 Irlnce PrIn Chlng Chlngnut hingflat
nut 111 LI Hung Chang spurns their theliopinions theirollnlonR theiropinIons
opinions Hereuttti Berea 1 it u 5 added LI LIHung 11JlulI Liusing
Hung JlulI Chang must consult with them on onall onnil onall
all Important matters mattersRTUIIKNTS mattlrsRlUUgSTS mattersMPUIlNTS
Oooil 1ineutH if oIGen Jen ViinimvoHklM ViinimvoHklMAppoliitinout YnnnloHldlIIIIollltllwnt VnhtItoVOkii4A
Appoliitinout A vvol ii t UI Ofl t Already t I ttii rclul tI Seen SeenLondon SeenLonclon ie II IILondon
London April llrll 22 22A A dispatch from fronSt fromS fromSt
St S Petersburg dated April 22 says the thewisdom thewilldom thewIsdom
wisdom of the czars lIrs appointment of ofJen otJen oflen
Jen Yannovoskl ns minister of public publicInstruction Illlhllc1118trUtlon inildlcInstructIon
Instruction beromw more apparent apparentdully UII11IntlIullY uppasentdaily
dully With the ptTinlfKlon llfIl1l plolI of tlic po police 110IIcethl p0lice ¬
lice IIcethl the students of I lie III university universitytechnical ulIler universitytechnIcal ll lltechnlcnllnptllut
technical technlcnllnptllut Institute anti hlRh school will wllhold willhold wIllhold
hold meetings today todo to discuss various variousnucatloiiH I variousctieIosis arloulCIlC
nucatloiiH CIlC tlOIIH In which they lhc uie n n concerned concernedOln
0 Oln ii Vniinovoskl will attend the mtoU mtoUIng nielIng rnsetlog
Ing of the university students studentsOAHTUuicirr sludentsOIIllUWIIf studentsCtitTV1tIGIlTCONV
Charged Lord Kitchener With 1111 Or OrNo OrlIelln Orii
lIelln ii ii ii No IrlsoniTM lrlso ii II M Tnkvn TnkvnCapetown InkellClilletoWl1 Jii k cii ciiCapetown
Capetown April prll 22 22Alhelt Albert Cart Cartwright CnrtwrIght Cartwright
wright editor of the South African AfricanNcws MrlanNews 4tfrkanNews
News who was as nrrested In FebruV FebruVon
on a charge of sedition and dcfamtttor dcfamtttorlibel ienlnatorlibel
libel In having published In his paper papera
a statement that t Lord Kitchener had liiusecretly hads hadsecretly
secretly s Instructed In his troops to take no noprisoners noprison noprisoners
prisoners prison en has hll been Jeen convicted nnd sell sentenced selltencell seatenceti ¬
tenced to one years 11111 Imprisonment ImprisonmentOver t tI
Over Two Hundred lIululrelllllHrll HIMTH Tnkcii TnkciiLondon IulcnLondon IokeiiLondon
London April 22 2Lor1 Lord Kltchaiier In Ina Ina
a dlipatch to the war olllcc under date dateof lIateat dateof
of Pretoria April 21 1 gays gaysSince saysSince as asSince
Since my m last report the British col columns columns coltinins ¬
umns have captured 242 2 prisoners IMS IMSrllles 2 24 24rules S Srilles
rllles some ammunition and wigons wigonsnnd WIgonsnnt wagonsand
and nnt carts A few men also have sur surrendered surrenclered surrendered ¬
rendered renderedTho rencleredTho renderedThe
Tho Hlrtliop iiisliojiorxlbrd of Oxford Death
London April 22ItlKht Ilev Dr DrStubbs DrStubbs DrStubbs
Stubbs bishop of Oxford died this thismorning thismornIng thismorning
morning Ho was wa born June 21 1S25 1S25Water 1825Wnter 1325Vatcr
Water Patnlno at Colon ColonColon CulollColon ColonColon
Colon Colombia April 22 via In Qatves Qatveston OallestonThe GalvestonThio
ton tonThe The continued drouth has pro produced produced produced ¬
duced n water famine throughout the theIsthmus theIsthmuA theisthmus
Isthmus especially sl > ecll1l1 among omon the poorer poorerelapses JloorercllPlles poorerclaeees
elapses The railroads free distribution distributiondally distributiontlally dIstrIbutiondaily
dally helps to allay ulla the suffering sufferingA
A party of 100 Jamaican laborers has hasarrived hallnrrled hasarrived
arrived here for work on the Ecuador Ecuadorrailroad Eculltlorrllilroali Ecuadorrailroad
railroad railroadAllrny rllilroaliAITIn railroadA
Allrny AITIn A irray With Itli Ilcynold IlcynoldLondon PHIIIRtll PHIIIRtllIonclon IeIIiIstMLondon
London Ky I April 22 22The The report reportcomes reporlcomes reportconies
comes to London from ruin Iutcher I tcher county countythis countthis countythIs
this morning that 100 shots were fired firedSunday I1redSuntlay firedSunday
Sunday morning hetween the sheriffs sheriffsposse Aherlltlposse shierlitsposse
posse and the Reynolds gang So o far
as could be learned none of the posse possewere possewere possevere
were hurt Deputy United States Mar Marshal lIarAhal tnrshah ¬
shah Hollllleld IH with the sheriff with withtwenty withtwenly withtwenty
twenty picked men It Is said that a aaccidental alIcll1ental aaccIdental
accidental dlHcharge of a gun brought broughtabout hroughtnboul broughtabout
about the shooting Great excitement excitementprevails excltemenlprelIs excitementrevnils
prevails In the county where the fugi fugitives tugltlve8 fugitives ¬
tives are located locatedTo
To Hrldpo the St Lawrence LawrenceMontrenl Ill Wrl1JJCC 4nnreIiccMontreal Wrl1JJCCIontrenl
Montreal April prll 23 23The Tho St Law Lawreneo 11 Lawrence w wrence
rence U I to be spanned by n third bridge
il Il
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when ben you 011 ore well to totub 10If
If t tub and scrub but butwlitn bulC
i C i when the back aches achesand achesand
6 and the head throbs throbsa throbstyll
tyll e l a womans wbtk Is Ishoiuly isI
I 11 hoiuly hour torment tormentNo
I No woman can be beitronc betroni bestrong
strong Iud healthy of body bl who is l the vic victim lieUrn tictins ¬
tim of thoie unmanly diseases c ease > which arc arcoften areoncn steoften
often rnpotiiiblc for feminine MiflcviriRR MiflcviriRRWomen stiflevingWonien l1niiJl ft ftWomen
Women who have u used ed Dr Pleices Pleicesvorite I1a I1aorite lsvonte
vorite Irrictiption for 01 SIte cure of diseases diseasesof dbel I Ior
of the womanly organs My U thAt work workdo war wardont workdoesnt
do dont nt tire them themauy any more Favorite ftFaoritePrccllptloll FavoritePrecrlptioti PatoriicPter1ptioit
Precrlptioti nrjulatji the periods dries driesenfccbflug tlrleaenfttbflur driesenfetbftug
enfccbflug dr drain ini heals inflammation and andulccratlon andulccl1ltlon andulctratlon
ulccratlon and ctiici fenule rell te w wtilknus alcne It ItmaVts Itrnakt Itnialts
maVts weak women itron trolll and lId lick lit women womenwell wonlen1ft wnicntrehl
well 1ft 11
wellThere There i Is no alcohol a1e ll01 in Favorite 1rescrip 1rescripion Irescrl Irescrlionneither irrscrfpionneitiicr >
ion ionneither neither opium cceiiue coc1 ne or any all other otheritircotic ollar11rcotiC otherl3rcotic
itircotic itircoticI
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tfltb eIlbutWlIe4l 11 blal lwlim > ii 1 lrt I letcrrtdre4I < rnrtl r rl i me I hgt I bav > rRn > to tolire tone tolive
lire hor i IO ° N > r J cuvmtactil lilting Isidt Sir II rirrctt rirrctttntf liereeo Ileretasslictnei
sslictnei o < lIc1ne tntf ii 0111111114 titrettid < iir Ud ald t began ln to Improve InlIO in inmtirtli iatVIh IStieDglh
mtirtli I < rn as Kmn Kl < n nMf taila Is Ida to tlic work for or rnr rnrirallv Cs CsmlIy T Tmllvof
irallv mllvof of Mr Ix I think thI Ihtrtf never were flc flcnirdlHg c clJrdllltt curiItsC5
nirdlHg In the world I < I look eight InttlM InttlMhret IUJtflhree battleiLtIte
hret of o T Inorit voril preKtiplion Inst nj fire Ihrr Ihrrro of ofMtdlcal cCC
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opposite this city Thc he New Np York Cen Central Centra en enlral ¬
tral tra has obtained n controlling Interest InteieslIn
In the Montreal Bridge company and nndthe alldthe andthe
the announcement Is made that the thework thework thework
work of construction will be lit it once oncebegun oncebegun oncebegun
begun The estimated cost of the thebridge thebrhlgo thebridge
bridge la II 6000000 and the terminals terminalswill
will cost 4000000 more more1MHST morePIltST more1IItST
Has the Unenviable Distinction or orIlcInK orBelnlt o ohIeing
IlcInK Only Olllccr to Doncrl DoncrlNew IIcMrtNew lesertNets
New York April 23 23A A special to tho thoHerald thoIIernld theHerald
Herald from from Washington eaya eayaFirst en enIrlrlll snyMFIrst
First Lieut Frank l K I Edwards I of tho thorwentyslxth thefwentyslxth
vPwentyslxth volunteer Infantry has hasthe hastho hasthe
the unpleasant distinction ot being the theonly thoonly theonly
only olllcer charged 1 with deserting his hiscolois hilicolors hitscolors
colors since before the war with Spain SpainTlput SpalllTIIIlL Sj > aIi aIiLtptie
Tlput niKinrtlfl tfl I Rnld trt n Inv tin 11
sorted Reji JatNli at Nagasaki 1k i to ctl escape np c court courtmartial courtmartial url urlmartial
martial in lan Francisco lie was re returning returning returiifng ¬
turning with his regiment to bo mus mustered muterell muetereti
tered out of the service when charges chargeswere chllneswero
were cre received at the department departmentagainst deparlJlllmlagainst dellartinentagainst
against him and telegraphic Instruc Instruction Instructlon instiucion ¬
ion was sent to Maj > llIj Gen Shatter dl directing dlrectln dlrecting ¬
recting rectln him to convene a courtmartial courtmartialon
on his arrival arrivalA nrru I IA
A dispatch has been received by b the thedepartment Ihpdellartmcnt liedepartment
department from Gen Shatter an announcing onnoullclng announcing ¬
nouncing that Lieut Edwards had de deserted tieaertel Iesortell ¬
serted at Nagasaki
Lieut Edwards Idw ltls bore an excellent tee tccord Ieeortl teeord
ord during the war with Spain nnd In Inthe IIIthe Inthe
the Philippines lIe enlisted ns a pri private PIIvate p11tate ¬
vate In company A Sixth Massachu Massachusetts MaslachuBetta Massachusetts ¬
setts Infantry on June IS i 1S98 lie Heserved liescrved lieserved
served In the rank until De December December Dcceniber ¬
cember 181S9S IS 1898 when ten he was I discharged dischargedand
and accepted nn appointment fin sec second seeositi ¬
ond lieutenant In the Sixth Massachu Massachusetts ¬
setts He was honorably mustered out outon outOil outon
on January 12 IMS and on July JUI 5 of oftlmt oCthat ofthit
that year enr was appointed a first nnllleuten nnllleutenlint lieuten lieutenant ¬
ant In the Twentysixth Infantry Inrantr He Hewas lieas Hewas
was as detailed as commissary of the regi regiment regjment regimeat ¬
Queen HcfiiM IM to teiia3s I Pay Ia Them Harlrii HarlriiHn
Hn Himself MnM MnMLondon llilfttIondon IsistLondon
London April 22Rpeclal dispatches dispatchesreceived dispatchesreceived I1spatchesreceled
received hero from rosa Pails report trouble Irotililent
at tho cnntle of Het Loo over the bach bachelor barilelor bachvies ¬
elor debts II of Prince Henry lIen 1 the lie lists husband hl hlI listsIniith ¬
band I > of Queen QU en Wllhelmina It Is 8511 8511that au 11111that authat I
that shortly prior to his hi marriage lie liuMomlsed hIfIIomllled liemomlsed
Momlsed his ht creditors In lierlln and andFrankfort IIIIdFranktort ittidFranktort
Franktort to pay pl1 onethird of bin hi debt debtnwithin debtwithin debtswIthIn
within a month of the weddlntr but the themoney themcne tiremoney
money mcne has ha not yet et been forthcoming forthcomingand orthooniiianti
and the lie moneylender foimally fnrmf1II applied appliedto
to Queen Wllhelmlna The latter de declares tierlare dodares ¬
dares her husband must nlll 1 pay Ia his hl own owndebs onIIt1lII owndetss
debs out of the nllotvancp made him himby himb himby
by b tho state It Is now said thfc th cred creditors credItorll credliars ¬
liars have formed n syndicate nnp an pur purpose purpo parP050 ¬
pose po O to negotiate thc PrInce consort consortpaper conllolfplllJlr eonsortspaper
paper on the Amsterdam bourse Quein QueinWIUHmlna QUtHnWllhlmlna QuniIhsIniIna
WIUHmlna Is reported to be very veryangry veryangry el elnnsr
She Has Snrioctled In Kllrrlni St Up UpKansas Vl1Hnlllllll Vilntias
Kansas City CII MlnUtfr MlnUtfrKnnrar MIiibttrrsintisa IIIIlctlrIana
Knnrar City CIt April prll 22 22lrp Z Mw Ir Cnrrlo CnrrloNations CArrlBa CrrIaNations
Nations a 1I0nII visit to Kansas City Clt two Sun Sundayr SUIIdo Sundays
days do ago 81 and her arr arrest rt has resulted resultedIn
In a strong movement asainst ntt tho Sun Sunday SU1Ilay Sunday ¬
day caloon that may 111 ind nlln nti In bringing to toa
a delnlf de hlt lt luae ec tho fight between the theKansas theKllnl1l1 theCaneas
Kansas jolnsmasher nnd the police policeYcMerday tlOlrYetllllI policeYestemla
YcMerday several local ministers ministerspreached tninterpreached nlnlslerspreahlt
preached strong Iroll sermons denouncing denouncingthe
the > police for making the arrest and andPolice AnI AnIPollee antilohlce
Police > Judge McAuley Ic ulpy for or fining Mrs In
Nation for no oth other r reawm than that thatshe thatshe
she ht gathered a crowd About her by b d dnounclng de denounclnK denounclag
nounclng o caloonketjier or exhibiting exhibitingnude uhlLltlnJnllle
nude r lctuie rtIctiseq > In bis b plnre plnreToday piCeeToday Iarf IarfTotla
Today Totla the Minister alliance nt allbelr their
regular weekly meeting drafted a peti petition I Potilots > ltI ltIUOtl ¬
lots to the mayor and board of police policecommissioners 1101110conlJnlFliloner polleecorirmlssloncrs
commissioners praying that they en enforce enCorce enforce ¬
force the state law la against Sunday Sundayopening SundayopenIng Sundayopening
opening and n strenuous effort Is to be bemade beJnllde bemade
made by b church people generally to nld nldth nldth aIdthis
th this movement movementJudge mOIel11PntJUllge niovoirientJudge
Judge McAuley > rule when he fined Mrs MrsNation MrsNation fr frNation
Nation threatened her with arrest nrrcatshould nrfLstI arrestshiotilti
should I Pile return to the city and Chief Chiefof
of Police Hayes emphasized the courts courtswarning courtswarnlnJ courtswarning
warning Notwithstanding this Mrs MrsNtitlon 1lrsNutlon MrsNiitlon
Ntitlon has agreed to lecture here be beforo betoro beforo
foro the tnlon Mission lIIs lollnext next Friday Fridaynight Frldllnight Fridaynight
night and the church people arc said saidto sllhlto saIdto
to have planned to bring the matter to tonn tonn toan
nn Issue with the he police o1ice department departmentby
by II meeting her at the depot with n nbrass 0l1rlls9 abrass
brass band and escorting her about abouttown nbouttOln abouttottn
Wichita Kan April prll 22 22llrs Mrs Nation Nationarrived Nationnrrlled NatIonarrIved
arrived here from Medicine Lodge to tonlBlit toJltht toirlght
nlBlit with her bondsmen Wilbur WilburJones WilburJunfH VhlburJones
Jones who had himself nude a deputy deputysheriff deputyshertrr deputysheriff
sheriff this imirnlng for the > purpose of ofbringing otbrJnJlng ofbringing
bringing her before tins court for trial trialMrs trIalMrs trialMrs
Mrs Nation was Ia perfectly willing to toaccompany tonCCOl1lpall toflccoiiipail
accompany Mr Jones to Wichita and nndImproved andImpreilled antiinipreised
Improved him so thoroughly during tht thtJourney th thjourne thjourney
Journey that ho h Invited her to be the thegueHt theRuellt lieguest
guest of his family until her trial Js Jsover fsoer isover
over Mr Jones was the prohibition prohibitioncandidate prohibitioncolllldate prohIbItioncandidate
candidate for mayor of this city elt nt the thcrecent therectllt therecent
recent election electionSUI3S electionSII electIonSUflS
SUI3S SII S OK Oi STOCK HKOOIID HKOOIIDThere In 11 oonn FCOhtIThieve = oonnThcre
There Was as Never NcvorAiiylltliig Anything Like the thclliihliicM theJlII theJIstities
lliihliicM JlII IIICH4 Dnnn Yesterday YesterdayNew 11 ftstcrtlnyNew terlln terllnNew
New York April prll 22The sales of the thestock thestock thestock
stock exchange broke all previous lee records leeorda iccords ¬
ords today toda the aggregate running up upto upto
to 23SSSOO 23S MO shares compared with the theprevious Ihelrclous tirePrOSIotis
previous record on Friday I rlda night last lastof lastot lastof
of 2193400 shares In todays to < las total were werecomprised werecomprIsed ero erocomllrlsell
comprised such dealings In Individual Individualstocks IndlvhIualUoks individualstocks
stocks ns 312800 shares Southern Pa Pacific laclllc Pitelfin ¬
cific 213100 St Paul 1C100 ICI oo Union Pa Pacific pacltlc PacHIc ¬
cHIc 137200 lrookln Hapld Transit Transitl5tO
125300 tnlted States Steel and from
5000 to 100000 shares In nn extended extendedlist
list lI t of prominent storks The figures figuresbreak fIguresrnk figuresbreak
break nil previous nvords both In the theaggregate lieaggregate I II
aggregate ogsre ate of all wile and In the total totaltalcs tolulrales totulsales
I sales for or Individual stocks
OI OlIrci < > UrctH ret H on IlclialC Ileliahlur of tho Doers to totiriiimny tolelIIIIIII toJetiiariy
tiriiimny lelIIIIIII Sellliu KiiKlnml EIII II 1111 Arms ArmsIJrusels Antislhrussels rnll rnllBrussels
Brussels April Jrll 22Pctlt Bleu pub pubItalics pubII publishies
Italics II ICI a 1 dispatch saying that Dr Lcyds Lcydssent Iol18f Iytlssent
sent f to the German foreign olllce a for formal tormal fornial ¬
mal protest agaInst the supplying of ofarms oCarm ofarms
arms and guns to England I by b tier Germany Qernlny tiermany ¬
HOER FOHCK SUnitKNDKtlS SUnitKNDKtlSPretoria SUmtE SURIILND1tSPretoria DfR8 DfR8PretorIa
Pretoria April 22Thtf force under underCommandant undertomnlIntlllnl underCommandant
Commandant Ilnkburgh composed of
106 men with wagons and rllles hu husurrendered hILIurrtnllfrlll hasurrendered
surrendered near Mlddleburg Trans Transvaal Transvnah lrt11SanI ¬
vaal anI colony colonyIOUIl colonPOUH colonyflUIL
IOUIl MOIli JIHADS NAXTUD NAXTUDMlnUlcrH ANTEi ANTEi3iliilsters Tlm Tlm1I1I18ters
MlnUlcrH nr tho tlmolorvera Powers nt Ickln IcklnDemand IcklnHcmnl1 IekinIcninnii
Demand Them ThemYork ThcmYork Theismw
w York April 2J 23A A dispatch to toth toth tolit
th lit Herald < from Pekln says saysTh 8a8Th sayrThe
Th ministers of England l France FranceAmerica JranceAmorlca FranceAnierlca
America Holland Delglum and Italy Italyto Ital Italto
to whom thu question of provincial provincialpunishment prnvlnclrtl11unlshmentll provincialiuntshnients
punishment was assigned nssln l have sub submitted subunited lubmlthd ¬
united a report to the diplomatic corps corpstlmt corpllthKt corpsthirtt
tlmt they demand four more behead beheadIngn heheadIn beheadlags
lags In 1I and the punishment by exile and anddegradation andtltlrntlltlon anddegradation
degradation of eighty more ofllclal ofllclalThe onlelnllIThe ofliclalsThe
The demand was nn Immediately vent ventby Ientb centby
by b the diplomatic corps to the Chi Chinese Cblnuu Cliinese ¬
nese plenipotentiaries
Berlin Police Apprehended tho thoNotorious thaNotorious thoNotorious
Notorious Anarchist AnarchlstiWAS AnarchistU AnarchistWASlQJlLl Anarchistwits
German criitaii Oillf Olllrlall liila Hitvo lleiii Wntclilns Wntclilnslor ntciiIti ntciiItifor dltll dltlllor
lor II Hlmfnlrr oii l tiitrclilts iarclil l Knew Knewlluu JlIe itiletsIlitIs
lluu by > J Ilnit JSiiiur JSiiiurNew NlllllrNew iitiIs iitiIsNew
New York orl April 23A 23 dispatch to totho totl10 tothe
the herald from Berlin quotes the Ioit Ioitor Polot Iostof
or tliut city clt as asserting that lloniug lloniugnoil 1101l1agnoll llwriugriohi
noil the alleged anarchist hag been ar arrested arrostcd asrested
Commenting on the Berlin dispatch dispatchtho
the Herald ertyifi ertyifiAt ayn aynAt 11YIIA
At A poltco headquatcrs In thIs city last lastnight lalnIght lastnight
night It wn said that nothing had been beenheard beenheatd beenlierUd
heard of the arrest nrr t ot the anarchist anarchistIlomagnoll anar anargiiistliorriagnoli blsl blslnO11
Ilomagnoll nO11 cnoll alias nomanlsso alias aliasMuelllor IIl1nsMueHleI aliasMtieiiicr
Muelllor It wan added that lhntllll on anarch anarch1st
let mnncil Komngnoll was 118 known to tohnvo tohl1e tohao
hnvo been un associate ot Paterson an annrchlsts IInnrchlst anarchiats
nrchlsts but bu t no attempt has been made madeto iambt
to t keep track of his movements morse inorothan mortthan morsethmati
than those of others ot his class vhllo vhllonothing whllonothhlR wlriionothumig
nothing has been Jeoll heard of It him for a low lowtime IoutI11C bugtune
time The news of hid arrest was re recilvid reCllve1 recvived
cilvid nt headquarters with much sill gatInflation sillIsfnrllon satisfoetton
Inflation InflationTh
Th < fart that the police oh1ce olllclals of ofGermany orOert1III1 ofGermany
Germany were ICI keeping n close watch
on Komanlsso or Mueller whichever whicheverhis
his hi name may be has been known for forsome torS0l110 forsonic
some time The fact was announced announcedlast announceslast
last week In a cablegram from Berlin Ikrllnthat Ilerllnthat Berlinthat
that the police force of Germany es especially ellpeclally especially ¬
pecially at tho seaports were cageily cageilywatching calclrwatching eageihwatching
watching for the arrival ot this man manwho 111 nranwbro a II IIWIIO
who It was said was on his viiy WII to toGermany toGellllal1l toGcrmiiar
Germany from Buenos Ayres It had hadbeen hradIJeen hindbeen
been reported to the police of Berlin llerllnby
by b the police authorities of thc Argon Argontlna Arllellttnn ArgonInn
Inn city that Ronutgnoll was about to tovisit tovIsit tovisit
visit Germany with the object of talc taking tnltInl talchag ¬
hag the life of Emperor Wllllnm WllllnmAnarchists Wlllln11AnarhlRts WillinmnAnnrjrists
Anarchists In Paterson acknowledged nchnowlcdgcdthat
that they knew line n man named Homoi Homoinoil nomaJnoll flomagnail
nail but Investigation 1111ellll 111 II 011 ehowed that the thepcreon theIerllon tireIserson
pcreon whose description they pave pavecould gavecools tlle tllecouM
could not possibly be the anarchist anarchistmentioned IIlInrchlstmentioned asinsciristmentioned
mentioned In the dispatches lie was wasIn waHIn wasIn
In fact living IIvJn quietly In West Hobo Hoboken lIoboken Hoboken
ken at the time timeLOOKING timeIOOIISQ timeLOOKING
Berlin April prl 22 2Wlth With reference to
the statements cabled from thujUhllcd thujUhllcdStates lheH1nlt ths1JnhtidStates t d
States of a plot Mid to imp ha haveCached ben 1J n con concoctcd Jn Jncoeted
Cached ntnlnst Emperor Wiuimn WIIII and andother allllother aiitlother
other European I urojenll salon by atwrrhlstg idC of
ArgentIna and New N ll Jersey extreme extremereticence If xtresn xtresnreticence tr IIII IIIIreticence
reticence is l observed ob ened In i olllcmi ollkialcli circles circlesIn IresIii les
In 11 BerllllAtter BerlinAfter Berlin BerlinAfter
After careful Investigation however howevera h eer eerIt
a representative repte entatllc of tb thisIrcrt Associated AssociatedPress A sochite1Preas
Press ascertained a In a reliable quarter quarterthat qurarterthlll quartertlittt
that the Berlin police prwijont prc ldonll Issuod Issuodon suotl
on order April Cth tlI for the III nnvRt when whenever whenever henever
ever or wherever caught of f the tii al ¬
leged nnnrchlst llodolfo I umagnoll liorngnolialias < umagnollanna noll nollallna
anna Homallsso HOlItlll o alias Iaiirir Inn IarrgsvlctiueI llrkMuel < Muel
ler Tire > order slniultanenuHt sllnull IIPnU > I request requestcd r c lift liftcd
cd en all Inland and foreign iiuthotltlca iiuthotltlcato
to assist In apprehending nPIr henllnl Kmnugnoll lolIl1l noll
Photogrnphi of the nllgcj nllI annrchljt annrchljtwith an anjchitwith l ciut ciutwith
with u minute description after thin
llcrtlllon method were furnished d for forIdenttllcutlon torItlenllflcatlon furidentitlcation
Identtllcutlon IdenttllcutlonThe
The Information recpivnd bv b tile Iler
Un authorities was that Ilomgna HomgnQII1t1l1 HomgnQII1t1l1Jeen had
been Jeen formally chosen by h tin alleged allegednest nllegCl1nellt allegesnest
nest of conspirator eon lIlratnnt in Piiii Itt unKJ n J
to murder Emperor I II1J1eror Wiuium lllIumThe lllIumThewere Tire The1were Tiretere
were furthermore informed that h k left
Huenos Ayres March Iar h jTth Oti tha North
German Lloyd steamer Halle lIaUf for
Uromnn Whether this thl Inform InformIl tflon n Is Iscorrect Iscorrecl iscorrec
correct they the have no meaiiH of ofIOOI Know
Ing but since a portion t it curnb n ot ¬
tidally they arc Inclined to BivHt ere rc rclienee
dencc denccThe lieneeI denceThe
The nerlln authorities fm toknow toknownothing to t k n 0 II IInothlns
nothing about alleged pioii ugalnst ugalnstmpcror l riialtrriperor nlnet nlnetmperol
I mpcror lchola8 and Km KJIII Yl Victor tor
Lnunnnuel >
Ho 0 Presents is WMlo VhItnliodge lod 10 < < 1 lUchiiianil lUchiiianil1nrk IlollIml1IIrk htishittioiitllit
1nrk lit rk r o MM II i rH Hariiiian HariiiianNew II I i nrllllII nrllllIINew a ri in a ii iiNew
New York ark April 2SA 23 dUpntch dlI tch to
the World says saysIt sasIt HaysIt
It Is rumored that King IMwnrd 1 lwnrll hun hungiven hUHgiven liaRglveit
given White Lodge Hirlim BldlinOinc1 < ind Park
to Mrs ItII Hartman a well kno knowlI n Airier ¬
ican member of the HIIUM society hHY
who resides In No 39 llerkdy IIlrklI Square
The gift which Is for or Mrs Irll llartmnns Jlarhn lIIS
life Is a most extraordinary and un unexpected unoxpected tinexpected ¬
expected development White Mf Lodge
has always been the most desirable desirableof
of all the royal renidinrcs outside of
thoMO occupied by the immarlm rriunirrs his It Itwas IIwas Ittsns
was last tenanted by tin 114 > late Dulco Dulcoand DulelJIIHI Dtiiceintl
and Duchess of reck nnd It is known
to hlivo been the dearest wish I h of the
DuchcsH a of Cornwall and York n
daughter of It the late Duke of Teck Te k to toget toget toget
get back her old home homeAUHTUAIjIANVAVAIjCOXTIxaKNT IlOmeA rome romeAUI4TItAIiIAN
LCiiKlniuI Decides ihcltleetoltctgilrr to I Itctaln In Ser Service SeraIce 8crshoe ¬
vice Ice Thrwo In China ChinaNew ChinoNeIV ChinaNew
New York April 23 23It It has las teen de decided l1echled tieclslesl ¬
cided by b the British government the
London correspondent of the Tribune Tribunesays TrllllneI Tribunesays
I says to retain the servIces l of the Aus Australian AusI Australiasr ¬
I tralian naval contingent III China hlnaIIIo hlnaIIIohIed pro provided iiovhled ¬
vided the permission of the colonial colonialauthorities colonialnuthorltles colonialauthorIties
authorities has been r rJrlIlously < r < lously ob obtained 011tnlned obtamed ¬
tamed It had been hoped they th y might mighthuvo mighthllo mightiravo
huvo been relIeved uro ro this Their Theirservices Theirserllces TheircervIces
services however have been of such a avaluable aIlll1ahlo avnluallo
valuable character that the authorltlcii authorltlciidetermined nuthorlllclldetermined autiroritioridetermined
determined to keep the men If possible possibleIn
III nil probability the contingent cOlllln el t will willnot will110t willnot
not remain In China for some months monthslonger monthslonger monthslonger
longer longerIMHOH
IMHOH OP OPSTiIr4 P STIC 13 Ii HAILS HAILSPrice 11115Prlco ltshIiSPrice
Price to be Advanced Vllliln a 1 Week Weekfrom WeckfIoll1 Weekfront
from 12I M ti to > < iUH H A Ton TonNew TrrNetv 1onNoIV
New York April 23Tho Herald Heraldsays llerall1salI Herald803s
says saysSteel salItHeel 803sSteel
Steel rail manufacturers state that thatwithin thatwithin thattvhthrln
within a week the price of steel sle l rails ralliiwill mlluwill railswill
will advance from 5 S2G 20 6 to J23 28 a ton A Ameeting AlI1ectlntr Ameeting
meeting has been called for this weelat week weekat
at which members of thc pool will 111 take takeaction tllloactlOIl takeactIon
action on nn advance III price Thu ThuIncrease ThuIncrease Thuincrease
Increase It IH II stated will take Ink effect effecton
on May L LThc I ITlu 1Tire
Thc tonnage of steel rails placed BO BOfar 110tnr sotar
far this year ear exceeds that of any year yearIn
In the history of the trade It Is es estimated esttmatld esthnatid ¬
timated that since the pool made the theprice tlteprice theprice
price of mils last tall orders for moro moruthan morothall morsethan
than 2000000 tons have been placed placedAmong Iliac PtaCcdAnroirg cd cdAmolll
Among the recent purchases which whichhave whichha winchhave
have ha ve been made In antliIpatlon of thu thuadvance thuatlvllnLe lasadvance
advance this week Is one by James J JHill JlIlli Jlull
Hill president pre lclenl of the Great Northern Northernfor orlhernfor
for or 40000 tons an order Involving II 1
010000 It was placed with th the Lackn Lacknwanna Lncknwannn Lacicrivnnrra
wanna Iron Steel company of ofScranton otScranton ofScranton
Scranton Pa George J GouM < l presi president presIdent prealdent ¬
dent of the Missouri Pacific and other othersouthwestern othersouthwestern I IHouthwestorn
southwestern roads has las recently placed placedseveral iriacedsevernl < tI I Ieelfral
several orders for fo or rails the total of ofwhich ofwinch I
which Is 58000 tons uric Of this amount amountIt amountIlls
It Ills Is understood the Carnegie company companythe
the th Federal Steel company COin pun and the theNational thoNatlonnl theNational
National Steel company halo received receivedthe I
the built of the apportionments Mr MrGoulds MrGoulds I
Goulds order Is one of the largest In Individual Indlvhlunl inrhivlshrrrtl ¬
dividual orders which has been placed placedsince placedsince I Isince
since the pool announced Its price triceIJATTLKSHIPS pricellArrr4EslllLsNi I
To ho Given Greater Ilnttcrj Ilnttcrrlower IlnttcrrlowerIInll Power Powerand Iowcriitmtl
and Ltn Speed SpeedNcv HpccIlNe SpeedNew
New Ne York April 23In ordsr to In Increase Increaae increase ¬
crease their battery power r nnd steam steamIng stennlIng steanring
Ing radius he projected battleships battleshipsund
und nnnored cruisers crul ers will not to given givenexcessive Klvencxceulve givenexcessive
excessive speed powers pays a11 the Wash Washington WashIngton Washingtoin ¬
ington correspondent of tho lie Herald HeraldThis IJrraldlhls hIrn1dTins
This has been determined by b the theboard thebonrd tireboard
board of construction Tho battleships battleshipswill I1Iltlcllhllswill
will be bc about the size lze of thc Pennsyl Pennsylvania PctmaInnla Perrnsyivzinla ¬
vania classthat clas thnt Is 15000 tonsami tonsamithe tonsairtime
the nnnored cruisers will be about 14
000 O O tons Otis the tht displacement
of f the thoTho Call
frjrnmiu r1111 clnIJ The
hatll hattieshilts hllli
It SI sliced NI ot 19 knots while the will I irave UV 11
cruisers will
not have
more than 19 19I 3
I knots anti
ollly 21
tloll 1118 ttns Illude
that tire
thlJY L lie 1IIIIIIgned
tnl sri 23 ICllotH but the conclllloll
I reached that this sPace for tht tim mAchine Ilali
1 to IJroclUcl
rI tins sput1 coUld
he utlllzlJd In
storIng coal and
tn tire latter strcnllth
The board has not yet ct determine
upon tire bntte battery t7f
T nrmnglrnents nwwm
ot o the
ships Plans PIn nil have 11411I i
prepared by I
each member some of w whlth hlo h embody
the superposed turret S
prlnd Irlneplf e Somo
of the members believe bflI vp enough bX bnttle
ships equipped with supposed 8uptrpollel
rets have been constructed and they
will urge a raturn to tho
quad 1UlltlIl1terul lateral
iiiumierai iiiumieraiThe
arrangement IIrrllllOInlItsJhe
The Union Iron workahw asked a kell for
an extension of time on tire
tor turleodo > edo
bciat Perry which
on her recent trial
trip made only 111 2 2t G know three
quarters of a knot below htr ire w dunned
IiJleec1 > oed Tho ho additional nlfllllonal1l1J18 I time de dPlllrecl lr l bv
tho company com pan Is for or II the purposo Intr > Oo of re ¬
modelling the stern KternPOHTO sternIOill
Ir ft r 8 llowp tUI1 Sis SI It is I Hnt8fto Hnt8ftoory Hatl StithfitI lllo lllotUI
tUI I ory II und 11111114 LI pmel Is Iinprorlui IinprorluiNew I iii Pro v Inn g gNew
New Nt York orl April iriI 1111 2JL 23 I s Howe of ofthe oCtho ofthe
the Porto 1 1rto Itlcon code crnimliwlon CfT 111111I < 011 has hasIItrleli hasarrived M Marrived
arrived here heretrom from roar San Juan Ha brlnss brlnsswith b11njHwllh hr1nswith
with him the report of the commission commissionappointed comll1leIOII1llpoll1l1 comnmisionaluohrrted
appointed by b the President In June of oflast otIllst oflast
last year After Cler presenting thin report reportDr IfllOrtDr repOIDr
Dr Howe will return to
Snn Juan to as assumo BSsuml a astinrc
sumo the chairmanship of the thn new code codecommission codecOll1l1l11ll10n coti coticornnrhion
commission appointed by aOl AII Allvn AllvnSpenklng AilnSpenkhmig n nSpenklm
Spenklm of the situation ltuati In the
Islands Dr Itowo Haiti HaitiThe HIIrhe saidTire
The Btntements tllterlnls concerning Porto PortoItlco Port PortoItico
Itlco Ico have ha 10 been so o numerous and mi
numerol Indl con contradlctory cn cntro cotstradlctory
tradlctory tro < lelor that It I glml Secure eein Imturdout hU7lrdOs to
sentUte ant opinion ° llriln al the
vnture ntut ollllon present pr elt tints tlno
The different dlNeent points of view rePresented
In the statement slateh nlH that have recently t llreante ap ¬
peared Jret are lre to be explained by the fact
that thallorto Iorto Rico eo after a I period JIIrlO otunour or unevr
tnlnty tnlllt Incident to the
change sov sovereignty BO BOerelgnty 80ereignty ¬
ereignty Is now nol settling Mtling down to the thesolution tiresolution
solution 80luIII of the problem polJlll11 which should
Imvo been faced a centur ago
ThoHplrlt Tire eplrIt rlrl of iwvMmlsm fle lhnlsl which a small smallclement arniallelerrient
clement of the population Ilopulalon stems eml Intent
on keeping kepllhll alive Ollc low IIJ It I Its justification justificationwhen JJ8lneaton JJ8lneatonlhell
when the Porto
tl Itlco of today tOlln 1 h com compared cotnjmred ¬
cm cmparCl
pared parCl with wlh the Porto Iorlo Illco HIIl of 1893 l To o ¬
day da a fully organized
ful organlzo Kovermnent Olftent In InWhich Inlhlrh intvhririi
Which thc people lire ur actively partici participating IlrUcl IlrUclpatlng lrrticiiiatlirg ¬
pating Is guaranteeing InnrantNlng personal eollli and andproperty IIndropert andfiropert
property ropert rights rljhts throughout thro hout the lilandi IllIndl
Justice Ju trc Is being heln administered 11lnlnlBtere with an
impartiality IJptnlt hitherto unknown and all tax taxation ta taalon taxatlon ¬
ation alon which has been J largely IlIte a matter matterof I Iot
of favoritism tavorlsm amid In1 partisan dlHcrimlna dlHcrimlnatlott dillermin mlltlr I
lou Is being bllll Placed Jla ld on a definite denUe and andH Id IdIWCUI raidsecure
H secure ecu it basis nnd Inll Uth wih the assurance alIrne of ofequality ofttinhity
equality euI1 arid uniformity ulltormll in administra a tlnIBtr ¬ I
tion I
tionNo tol No one will wi for cir n moment contend contendthat contennithat I Itha
that tha nil ni or even 4II the gr IrEler greater iter hart ot the theeconomic Iheeconomic tireeconomIc
economic and political Iloltcal Problems Iroliem con confronting confrntng consfrontIng ¬
fronting frntng the Island 1lalcl have been llcn tolved tolvedNothing 0111d 0111dNothlnl ulvedNothItrr
Nothing Nothlnl less IIB than a miracle mircle could CII have haveworked hle hleworkecl haveworked
worked such a change Hut lull It U I equal equally aunl aunlh ¬
ly clear that n firm frm and lasting la8tug founda foundation foundaton foundsttonr ¬
tion ton his ircis HH been laid for the gradual gralluilslu gralluilsluUon solo aolulion solotion
lion of these Important questions IUe8ton8 such suchna 8uuhI sushas
na I the regulation of the coffee eotee and to tobacco tobaccI tobacco ¬
bacco baccI districts the development of the thefruit theCrult thefruit
fruit trade trce etc upon flhlrh whlh the future futureprosperity futureproserl futureprosperity
prosperity pend proserl of the Island 1IIInll will wllllllrlel largely de depend depend tiepemrd ¬
pendIt It must luslJe be borne bCrne In mind that thCt Porto PortoHlco 1orto 1ortoHco Iorto111cc
Hlco Hco has hal passed pnslell through thrugh three thre radical radicalchances rdtclchauces rsdnslchanges
chances of political 1111tcol syrtem slem In an 18 many manyyears man manLarl mnnyears
years Larl First came the til change chauKI under underSpanish unllerSpnnl underSpanleir
Spanish Spnnl h rule from absolutism nbsolulllh to the theautonomous Iheautonomous tireautonomous
autonomous regime then thexirbltrary thexirbltraryrule th the rrbltrar rrbltrarrule rrr
rule rle of military riltlll government 10lerlment find final finally fnl fnlIy finally ¬
ly tho more mor llbtal Iblal system Introduced Introducedby IntroduCd IntroduCdb
by b the Forokcr act art H Ils Is not surpris surprising surprs surprsIn surprishag ¬
hag In tlmt Ihlt under such circumstances the thespirit theHpill tirespirit
spirit Hpill of unrest should have developed developedIt devtlOIfc
It I Is only onl within the last lalt tit ft months monthsthat rnonthsthnt monthstlrnt
that Porto Him has ira quietly ulety nettled nettleddown sett settdown cettleddotsn
down determined tletermlnPI to help Itself 11 and andsolve andsolve
solve 0111 Its iA own problems problemsTho prnblemTho
Tho Impatlonce Ilpntlence shown 8111 In some quar quarters quarters quarters ¬
ters by the native population populaton b IJaul becAuse au of oflt ofIts ofits
lt Its failure tnture to give to the Islands within withinthe wihin wihinthe withIntire
the short space 111acc of n year Ir a I complete completesystem oOlpllte oOlpllteIlte completesynntenni
system of roads nnd a widely distrib distributed dl8lrlucll diatributeti ¬
uted system Hy tel of government gOlenment loans 10ln9 to toagriculturalists 10ngrlcllurllstH toagrIculturalIsts
agriculturalists ngrlcllurllstH Is but an Indication Of Oflack o ofback
lack of acquaintance with thodllllcultles thodllllcultlesof the dlmrulleB dlmrulleBot dIfficultiesof
of the situation Fllualon and will 1 disappear with withcloser wih wihcloser stlthncloser
closer touch and more active coopera cooperation cooperaon ¬
ion on In the work of public pulc administra administration odmlulRtr ¬
tion tionFlflv ton
Flflv FleT Thousand ThftRII Iimonisnntllblinrs Dollar rH Left rJ by U Him HimDistributed 11 11Ifttrlmtc1 hunDletriiutcel
Distributed Ifttrlmtc1 Among t nllll thong Them ThemNew ThemNets hCI hCINe
New Ne York April 22Oswald 2Oswalt Otters Ottendorfers Oten Otendorfers Otterstiorfers
dorfers JMOOO Oo legacy was distributed distributedtoday distributedtoday IAlrlbutl
today to the employee of the Stoats StoatsZoltunir 8taatHZeltunJ StartleZeltung
Zoltunir ZeltunJ of which paper he was the theproprietor theproprietor tireproprIetor
proprietor proprietorIn
In n his will Mr fr Ottondorfer Otenlorter direct directthat directed directedthat lrol l lthnl
that the wi money shoutU Ihoul be divided dividedamong dlldc1amonR dividenmomng
among nil the employes from trm corn ofllce ofllceboy oCl ofliceboy
boy amonR to ni managing editor edior who had hadworked htldworklc1 bathworked
worked worklc1 for one year rr on o the paper paperIJach paperI paperlachi
IJach I aeh employe employl received receive a sum lum which whichamounted whichnmounted whichamounted
amounted to 23 3 per cent of his hl annual annualsalary annualsnlllry annualsalary
salary Hy mutual consent of the en entire entlrl errtire ¬
tire staff taf 5 I per cent of the legacies was wasdeducted wasIleducted wasdeducted
deducted fund for the Oltcndorfer Otendorter memorial memorialfund memorIalfund I
Washington Officials Ofcials Take Little LittloInterest Lto LtoInterest LittleInterest
Interest in j It ItOT I IXO1 itNOT
NOT OT DEEMED DEE lD Il IlrM lUXCrlI 1n1Cr1r1OllI4 1n1Cr1r1OllI4Mtnt J J li t
I IlurUI1
lurUI1 Mtnt rM rMtuoil
111 111 lllld a J luler
slid no Jure hCfUILle b Jlurlet Uiiriti to
lnrcuae lurciias0 tuoil tuoilthe SIUI SIUIel iunt 1 1Now
the Now el York Apri April 2Z sp pOclal clal 10
Times tronr
frol Wasiringtu
Waahlnllol 1a
Very try 1itti KrloU
Illl interest Is
Intetstl tnani nl
fellte feste horo In Ih tug London reports pug
Ietngthe gesthrstire IOStlblltJ iOSrlbilILy of alorld a world nlanc alliance
aralnl the
halted States Stat
for the
re rec reIn tea
111 sari set forth b by dlirl dmimai Count c Cane
aro of Inl 1tai There luwo itrtt beonjscus
lions bon
oC tho t report
Olort among dIplomatic >
dlplmlUI < >
IchohtJ ehoiare In the detriments d
rllenIH In thu
rmy Inny and navy na but moil df thowS those who
have diScussed
the suggto5 uRg UISltous tlon8 lleak al
on ot them a nis Idle and nd
I P ne1ht nlmentnor Inehtirt5r e her pKdmlile roa le a a se indicating 3nlUonnl in 11 art being belnl S5 ex
nentnor the alllnnc
willy rIY proposed plollMel to tl 11111CQ be uniirSken uniirSkeni Indert ttrrtiertinen practicable Iraullcable len It
PolitIcians I i He Is Vwlulnt tani lHUltc traSuined and > 1 Sisal Ihl I lh tllre trace > are ar forefen t rclgn
jultcllnlllluj statesmen who wh
statemln regar regardd < a
isitli Ulsfa regr
wih disfavor > or orM Americas <
the Monroe M Ilertol or
onrl doctrine dOL trIne while this i cm
element I Is
Irnmont auiulrlni
territory on the °
Mm Wet incIte Inllea and In Asian waters Wilen th h hrno
obvious rno faction ill1 cause TT iieln of the J EUropeandiss05 uroptn n w n taatlv
being thu tnlilbltlon
IlhllllonJy by tint
doctrine of continental Invasion
contleDlnl an anti
n neUIlloli iutoltlon of South AmelcHri terrlt
r ry To these the meleAr
p e American officers who who
Know how
fw trt from deslie to acqulm ncqU
Sou South 1 American lerlnn terrltury tnrlry t la the ad
ministration mlnltmlun and probably the Brat
majority majoriy of the people Jeorl this report tl0 IS re
garded Klrclell n as > calculated llculated to mate rtJort rcal more
alarm In South America AItrle than here mor
For If any Iny of the South American
countries cOlltrlel obtain oballQ the lnipi Inlle8 inipieselon nlon lon merfnn that
tlermnny erI1n or Franco IICC or Italy laly In con
Hquenco 1 IU le of the Importance Imlttlnce of their In 11 ¬
terests In ccitaln Iclaln South American AmerIcn coon
til lltH ttis were wlro disposed dlp to try their colonlj Ilonll
blur Inl experiments eXfrlments Mter grabbing Irnbllng terri
tJiy tW the III first Ir t hInt of such Hlch a purpose PUTI
would lead at once to an al arrangement
that lhlt would woull Involve Imole not only onl the In Invaded Invaded ¬
vaded 13dld country but the whole conti continent continont contineat ¬
neat In a 1 controversy conttQr y with nlh the tb con cn ¬
tinental nllllance nlllnce That distrust dJ lrult of
the United Unl1 States 5tatls brat has wmttlmw
btn n manifested manlstell in II chlll Chil Argentina ArenUM ArenUMtn1llla smttme
Ventwiela tn1llla nnd Ind oUter South Suth Amertcun Amertcunrepublics Amertenarepribite mer1tln mer1tlnrpublel
republics rpublel would be l forgotten forgotel in the thoevent theevnt theevent
event evnt of an appeal oPPI to the Monroe do dotrine dOltril dottrine <
trine tril with wih the probability rIblbllll that the thecommerrlnl Ih Iholtcrdnl tineccsrrrmerctni
commerrlnl oltcrdnl Interests Inleretl of the Invades Invadeswould InAtprl invaderswould
would Iould bt bl > Injured InJur to 1 badly badl that tbatl It Would Wouldtnk woUl Wouldtake
take years 1 to overcome OIorCme the damage damagewrought damllgewroulht damagewrusriit
wrought In a 1 very brief rtimnalgn tm llsn of ofoccupation otoccunlon ofOccupation
occupation occunlon and colonization eolonlzitlonThe colonlzton colonlztonTho
The common opinion among Mat de department III tielsartnrtnt ¬
partment Ilartllnt people ople about thin tl nurgestcd nurgestcdatitlAmerlcnn surgestelnttntiAmeriennr ulleete1 ulleete1nl1tAmerlnl
atitlAmerlcnn nl1tAmerlnl alliance Itnle In I that until untilKurope Utt urtilIurope
Kurope I utope can mid nl11 a I rource of food sup supply SUIIply supply ¬
ply more 10re convenient anti 111 cheap chtlp than thanthe thanthe tItanthe
the Ililtid State there thee Is not nt likely Ik pI to tobe toe toIto
be e nn alliance alllee for covering cvring a scheme scheuvsof
of land acquisition In South 50lh America Americanr Amerlcl mericaor
or for any an other undertaking ulldcrtaklnl Involving Involvingno I nloll 1 I
no one lne can lal tell tel vhat hat compiles cmplc complications ton tonwhllt Ions Ionswhat I Iwhat
what European disturbance dlllllront as the theoutcome th tholtcmp theoutcome
outcome oltcmp of a 1 hastily haEty deviled defie plan to ar arrust l amrset
rust the expansion lxplln lon and 111 art prosperity Ir Ierly of ofthe otIh oftire
the Ih United 111e < State StateMnoUthurn 51ntesllaothurs StatesMauArtiiurtCasriahiy
MnoUthurn MauArtiiurtCasriahiy Cattialljr CUl I I Ilsl IlslWashington 1lslWa 11stWashington
Washington Wa hlnlton April Aprl nen 2 Gen Mao MaoArthur Mio MioAlhur MaeArthur
Arthur Alhur nt Manila lllInlll cabled the following followingcasualties tolowlng tolowlngcnsualleR oliowlngcasualties
casualties casualtiesWoundedMarch cnsualleR cnsualleRWounle casualtiesWoundedMarch
WoundedMarch Wounle rnrcb U I Laguna lgun Samor Samorbuttery samorbtery Samorhmnttry
buttery btery V 1 Fourth Foulh artillery Irtler Corporal CorporalRobert Corlorn CorlornHobert orpornLItobert
Robert J McLaughlin Irltlulhln severe March Marchin
in I Mayna nn Hohul ohul company H I Forty Fortyfourth Fortteurlh Fortyfeurtit
fourth teurlh Infantry W V W S May leg above nbovoknee nlolo nloloknec aboveknee
knee slight flght March 23 Candclarla Lu Luzon Il 111anti ¬
anti company com plny I Twentyfirst Tentylnt Infantry InfantryJohn InfnntnJohn InfantryJohn
John McQueen foot cllrfht sllh April Aprl1 14 14Hofiegnny 14hlorzegarsy
Hofiegnny IQI1egnrw Luzon hospital corps corpsHenry ceriseiteirry
Henry 1 rn I V Garland Cllrlant wounded wounde In chest chestserious chil chilldOUR chestserious
serious ldOUR March 1C Donol Donol Luzon com comP comIny cornheny
P Iny ny A Forty Iortyelcnlh eventh Infantry nfllntr Rl frh frhar flIh flIharJ h haril
aril ar Mason thigh serious Antonio lA lApnrt 1a 1aI1t lahart
hart I1t elbow IlboI severe elore Hiram Jramllnanl Jramllnanlthllh llllzrard llllzrardthlRh liltamardhigh
high thllh slight Rlghl company ompan D 1 Forty Iort s sty stycmntir pv pvrnth v vcnih
cnih Infantry Intlntr rank Uomars thigh thighslight thgh thgh1I11ht thighsslight
slight 1I11ht March 15 Ienarand IlnllronI Luzon Luzontrcop Iuzontr Luzontroop
troop tr op A Fourth cavalry Wight F FIinson FI 1 1Lmwson
Iinson I 1IIIn shoulder troop lrop 0 Fourth city cavnty Inv cityally
ally n Allan an H l DUrlcburn IArkburn leg above abovekn a abovekne o e eknol
kn knol f serious Awl Assistant Islnnl tnnt Surgeon I L LranI S SCrant 9rant
Crant rant Deaton D aton h hHI l slight slgbt February Ycbrnry Ycbrnry2r
20 2r 2 llnrvniSit 1nlIIal Luzon lu7ol companv r0IP8 0 I Thir Thirty ¬
ty t third thld Infantry Intl lr James F 1 Treadway Treadwayfii1 Tr aII
fii1 moderate Mnrrh 19 Tallsiy Talsl Lu Luon Luon
1 on troop 0 C Sixth cavalry clvalr Ewing KwlnRiVrliht JwlnA EwingWright
Wright thigh Wrhth thllh IroJ moderate finger nnler slIght slght Jumes JUles Creed Creedthigh Cre Creedthigh d dthllh
TJflMybutfoJksbav Ny but folks folksEVERYTlflw have a an
4 4 1 easy time DO a4a a4aT1 dAYS I
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