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7i diitrlbutioii I In the thl Knst Inlt In tho thoututonul ttontltutIoIlt1I
tftioml iI ntltutIoIlt1I ututonul dftrlbuton amendment IIHnlmcnt campaign campaigntov cIInlgu cIInlguno
tov no under lindeI My MyTUB 111 1111m WAYT1IF
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Jn mtwlonntlM to mislead 1111enl tho tl Iii P Iu IuI CO >
S Itn In I of I JMlonnrles the KOHI mitt Inll SouthCUJCCrlhl SouthCUJCCrlhld South concern coiiccrnliig coiiccrnliigndItIfl ng ngndl
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and curtain
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tOnS statements ncntf recently reconty made ldc by uyrmlnent btiromIntnt
ixoiwt Sent orrrlltat extern paster < politician II1Ichll Perry PtrlY 8 8tolh Hi U1eaIh
rmlnent render it imperative that an of offort otfort ifsort
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fort tolh i alh K be reller made to couuteruut cOUltluot those tlIO mis misnbovw mlf mlfIrtntltonH JflhIrepesentatIOfl
IrtntltonH IrtntltonHTM repesentatIOfl repesentatIOflThe TM Cntlfmnn nbovw IhoVI referred retem11 It t ill illwidely II IIan
widely published Bait Baitnerntflg
an 11 ltwrlew ittet vIeW wjlel Ilublfhell 1111 1111Mrnlng
lernlng Mrnlng nlTalM urlllS In Mormondonij Motlfl Mormondoniji
1 i bat bat been Irol out there Intermittently Intermittentlyfor Intcrmltenty Intcrmltentytur
for a mil over el ft year and recently recentlyhiv recent teceiitIbte
hiv bae taken UHu up 111 lay I abode bodu In Bait Luke Lakoiiiy LukoIY
iiiy fty IY I haw iwt a I greut many IUUY Mal MorMIS Malnions i1OIflUL
MIS anj 1 have 110 ive nothing lothlng but praise praisefMhem 11180tr
fMhem tr them In I believe hpILe they tIic uro 110 living lvIng rol rolAmitlum 1011AmIun tc41nir1tufl
Amitlum liven a al regards reKlrlls murrlngo murrlngoThe
The Mormons had 1111 a revelation 10Vclutlol that thattho thntIbri thatthe
the ihoum hull make ollkp ti ttn lI0rU more plural plull nmi nmitiipi Inl Inlr13 niatII3gPL
live to their theirw thvtrNrluti titoir1iiot
tiipi r13 and they always nlwlllvo up tl
Nrluti flioiw who already have haveniuril huveru
w ftatlunx l JhOH 110 1IrlII 1110 1110Idur1
niuril ru a ttivis wl Wt were wel not IOt compelled lollleleL to bo boinnHwa hoillidert beiIert
innHwa illidert iIert divorced dtorc I but blt they practic practicing IIuet ¬
ing Iy Wflt aeflt ent to this extreme oxtrono They Ihe do doput to doBit
Ily with than ono ott woman al although althugh ¬
put 111111 IK tli wlh inure OIP thal UIO womUl II IIIhuugh
though they tl provide Irohlc rovIiIe for the th others No Norore Numore Noroe
more plural mariluges mltlUICI are al made Iude I Itiiiiik Ihlk Itiinll
tiiiiik hlk this thu speaks Ipenkl peak well wel for or the Mor Mormon Moraon Ior Iorwn ¬
mon wn
monThfte Thfte TI88 itatmonts IhlCh vhlcli appear apptar 10 10rrt inrotquely o oroMjudy
rrt roMjudy R uely und III absurdly ab9ul1y untrue ultrue that thattoy thntt thatthey
toy t rr tut rreni r IA > or lucite Iloito atnoni umonl all ni who whoknow whohuw WIlDiuW
know iuW the tact niuy Ila U If uncontrudlctcd uncontrudlctcdMttne uncontrldlctcll uncontrldlctcllbrome
brome a seiious seroUs addition Idl1tlol to the thl largu largumount largt largtamount InreiinuUitt
mount of Disinformation mlNlntOntol constantly constantlyuniting rmlHtnllt ClflD1tfltltIYtiiating
uniting iJUatng fruin rein Mormon lorlol sources sourcesThttefori SOUces SOUcesTheeorI EOtItCOLTheteor
Thttefori TheeorI > the Ministerial llhlllllul association associationcffall u9soclllon u9soclllonofalt
cffall ofalt Lake Lke City Ciy Ity has ho Instituted InKttuted Imtulr ImtulrM Illull IllullIII
M to ascertain precise IJrLciBe conditions eOldlloli and andWfmlpg 111 111tl itntlt1eIuIPa
Wfmlpg tl lp covering coVerIl the following tolal111 four fourHUH foU OUt OUttla
HUH IDt tla llz rlzhe ilzThe
1 The he ontlnuanee ontlulle of J polygamous IflO1ygIflOUStibltation polygamoustiliutttton 0IYCIIOU9 0IYCIIOU9Nt
tiliutttton Nt llnton in cnse rnsel eases where whoI plurnl plumlmar plumlmarIUIE nmr nmrtUti I1Il1rbti >
tUti had hl been entered into tltO prior to toIlislsuanrn toIhplnuanrn tatheisuanrn
Ilislsuanrn of the th famous tlloll manifesto 0rnnnietootbeIreiIdnt manifestocf lnltfe9to lnltfe9tooflheJresllcnt
cf oflheJresllcnt otbeIreiIdnt tie resident of thQ Mormon Church ChurchIn thUch thUchIn
In inIt3 13 111 and In granting groltlg of statehood orstnehoud in inno Inllnd In1v1Ua17
llnd 1v1Ua17 no ry 1590 1590t 1196Iurai
t Flural 1lull marriages mtrlngll entered enlcrel Into IntoJilnce tntoJlnce IntoiItc
Jilnce th the manifesto monlttRto profcssodly 11rote810L1 NUS NUSglided US USrnded tI tInded
glided nded th Iht the prnctlce prnctlceI VrncttcePresent
I Present day dlY teachings of Mormon Mormonauthorities Mormonauthorites MentionauthorIties
authorities authorites on the subject of poly polywr IlolyImf IoIYLiar
Imf ImfI wr
4 I Purposes Purpse of the colonization colonizationwh colollzaUon colollzaUonHrbtmrs
wh Hrbtmrs ime mn now nol io o vigorously prosecuted prosecutedtr rosecttel
tr b y Mhnli wblh settlements sttemcntl of o Mormons are nruItlng all arebeing
bring Mtabllshed etablshel In II Wyoming Wyonllll Idnho Idnhofr Idnhorgon IdahoOregon
fr Oregon rgon gon iitxtio and ulli the ilrltlsli lrltsh posses possesdons pUSleJ ponealolta
donsforrosponilenco dons aloltaCorrapondenco
alonsrorrupol1enco forrosponilenco rorrupol1enco on 01 these points was wasBoilrited wnBIOlkled fl flBoIll1Iel
Boilrited IOlkled from trol well wel eII known klown citizen citizenmiriitern cllzels cllzelsmlnllter citizenathlInIsterj
miriitern and others In u number Ilmber of ofthe orthe otthe
the thIef centers of population Ilolllaon In II the theitatt thota theEate
itatt ta and as a result facts In 11 nbun nbundanre nbul abundanB
danre haw been be n brought brouih to the notlco notlcoff nolcu nolcuI ottcut1
ff I our committee commiee which more titan thnnt thll titancinflrtn
t Cdn cinflrtn fiflrln rln till ni li that this thl association IRRoclnon linn linnMm hMLfor ItnitLefore
Mm Lfor dm dellrlll tleiiareil tared concerning clcernlng the perpe perpetuation pC lle llelunton ¬
tuation lunton or 0 the thl sin and crlmo of poly polySumy llol llolgamy PQIYgamy
gamy and ond polygamous olygnl10Uf cohabitation cohabitationand cohabltnton cohabltntonand
and ihow ahol the utter Ignorance or this fllsweard dlsf thisregard
regard f rrd of fur tllfS ait is in II the statements ftatcmentf stuteinentafrred re retnni tef
tnni f rred to in II the th opening olenlng paragraph Pnrngfuphl of ofthli orthl ottht
thli paix pallr pallrTb paerThe > r rTh
Th The returns coming from parties partieswhose plrtc partloMthose
whose hosI reliability rl1tbllty in every cuso can Clt bo bovouched 110Iaurhed tcJtUthed
vouched for or by members nwrboff of this body bodyiho
iho hoW the th following f 11wlng conditions 1011tOIK prevail prevailInj Ilrcvul revallIn
Inj In at thr th he present time timeI
1 PolyRamous PolJnUoIS cohabitation tme tmet ns ovl ovlwnitd
COhRbio ton R
wnitd d need by b th birth of children chldlcnor or tho thoickngwiedgpment thoaknawledgllnnt thetkflQWiedgclnen
ickngwiedgpment aknawledgllnnt of ° f parties ptrtts concerned concernedjr concered conceredlr
jr ir the Ih coni COIIurrent coltrurrent urrent testimony testmony of neigh neighbors neighorl ¬
bors orl and ametlmes amolmef by all ul of o these Is Ispw IBPlleu Itipretttt
pw Plleu pretttt n to lontlniiA onln8 In multiplied multpled In Injtanets II litaflLea
jtanets OUU in Rnit Rllt jake city IxKnnHrlg IllnTrlg
bun hl cjtv I it Iroo 1ayson ln Pol Bmlthneld BmlthneldAra
Ara Amulau MflHliai lui Pork ork Price Bandy Sald Tooele TooeleIn
t In I alt 11 ntid alit also allo In Paris PRrl1 nnd
Muptpnior Murtptllr In Idaho IdahoThat 10all nlt
That Tha piurul plurll marriages mlrrluieR have luLo been beencontra ben bencnrl ltetnCttrat
contra cnrl Cttrat < tH since tlin Ih nianlfeHto maIIelto wus wusl Will WI
l Iluel Issued uej u i shown by returns rtuln8 gvlng gvlngMWH 1111 gviiigttns
MWH nal a of parties 11rtel in several s vcral of o tho thoabove thoabl titeftbvi
above abl tnoniioned r nlonNI places some 1011 of o the thoMural theIW theBW
IW BW Mural IllUrl1 wives lvfR not having hallg come to tojarruKubio totalJdblo toInarrjagfl
jarruKubio agt > as I rly aa ni 100 190 the theof theat
dale at ot that thlt document documentlour
lour iommittei oomrltel > do not IOt deem it wise wisew wile wiler
w r nccusary Mea al nt lt the thl th present prelent Juncture Junclll to topuwisii topublsh topublIii
puwisii publsh names nnm g and anI cite cie Instances InatllceK In Inupport Inuppor Insupport
support uppor of the thl averments 1orments here made madewt mldp
but I we e nut ut tho thl association oRsoclntol In posses possesJwn II0SJe posceaon
Jwn Ion on of the thl facts tOlls which can Ct be used If IfJhe l
Jhe the MceMity rjecpR lty should arise for spreading sllreadlnr
them before bPorp tli thp public
t 3 That i IIP Mormon authorities con ¬
tinue tnue to publicly pUblcly teach ttlch und insist upon uponjc UPOI
te the jc rightfuinoM tlghlutPI of polygamy polYamy Is abund nbullJ
nnt flnUt JirQVfn nror rOlpn by L the public titterunces titteruncesi
1 pUblc
of i L high onu otHalK oflirialis ial At the quarterly Iterunces con conwnie
hin1 wnie tn e of carhe Calhe arlte county tie Btoke quarterlcon quarterlcontn ftnke held at ntJan atI atnn
Logan nn Jan 28 2 1901 Apostle Cowley Cowleytrf
trf a isAId I y If J von 101 have hlvo a poRle man tan In the theJ
lreathoQd P1ethoed J JHnood who does not acquaint him him
elf Wih with all 11 the doctrines ocrlneK of the
imir Churh < n and on1 teach tlarh the same lale both bth by 1
Rpl Itrept r Pt nnd nj pXlrpl example n nplp to the families fnmlt1 of
5 bll iu dl dttrIt trIO or If I you OU have lne n teacher In
Tour Sunday unay schools slhools who would repud r ud ¬
late or encourage el ouraso the tle young OUI to dUre dUreHard L190 L1901IId tliareuaid
Hard 1IId u I single SBlll doctrine ooU111 of tho Church Churchplural Churchplli CImUrimiIurlti
plural plli mtutlngL Illtlnie and 1111 tutu all al nh turn tUfl them out outthey outithoy outthey
they havu hlll ha no luluKllcel buslnesH In II the tll 1ilest 1ilesthood PIlett PIletthuod 1iiesthkot1
hood Lime social focllllvll uvlls and Inl immomllty immomlltyty IIIOl111ty IIIOl111tyty
ty will 11 never ICvel he clone L0ne away UIIY with Ilh until untiltho UIII untilthe
tho 1 world worll accepts thin Itt principle 1l1lellle for forHod tOlOod or orClod
Clod has hnf spoken lol < el It I These ruvelntlohs ruvelntlohsN ruvoiltoh8 ruvoiltoh81Ivcl ivuImttiotu4reriiItl
N 1Ivcl reriiItl plvbd by our 01 1iophets 11lllhetR and IOI Beers eerl are aroail 110 110lIl arelull
ail lIl of otOod God nnd we cnn CII not 10t daro not notrepeal 10t 10treeul itotrepeal
repeal or disannul dl8llul them Ihel without wihout mak making makIng inaklog ¬
ing Uod a liar llI I itti nnd 11 UUIIIII hut win not lie lieAt le leAt I ie ieAt
At Bunpotu 9111oto fitako conference clnfcrllce Sep September Septembel Seitemubet ¬
tember 1899 George OeCIO 0 1 Cannon CIIIOI llrat llratcounselor lnt lntcOlns lhtcotIllaeOr
counselor cOlns or to t President 1IcRIdeilt Bnow publicly publiclywild Ilullcl
wild lall Tho pcoplo of the thl world worli do donot tu tulut 4olint
not lut believe bolou In II breeding brcellilg but blt wtt WI do so sotho soth III IIIho
tho th pcoplo of the tht world worll will wi die 11e out and andwe Inl anti11o
we l wil wihi lll till 11 tho th whole wIQI earth el1lh I admit admittlmt lulnlt lulnltthll ulmittitat
tlmt thll those tholl inlHlng 101HII children chidren by plural pluralwives plululwhcJ viuiulsvive
wives whcJ uro url not rIt complying lolpl111 with wih man manttmdo mlll mlllItllo matsitititi
ttmdo Itllo laws Inld but In the Might of God they theyaro tltf tltfaro tltuPare
aro not lot sinning 1111111 sili riiisg us l thciv tll I in Ii i no 10 sin Iln In II It ItJoseph I itJtheIiI
Joseph Joslph V 1 Bmlth Hmlh formerly tOIlcrl chief coun counselor counelD counseici ¬
selor elD to President lrllldllt Bnow HMI and anllt1I now PresS President Plesl Plesldent PresStient ¬
said ISM whllu whlludedicating ssItIiutiedicai11t
dent of tho thoChllch Church Hall in II whlu whludldlcntll
dedicating dldlcntll n meeting mNttl1 houso In II Payson PaysonTake Paysol PaysonTnke
Take euro of your polygamlst 111glmlst wives wiveswo wlvesiwe
wo dont care CIIO for Untie Vlle Bam now nowIn Inw InwII tiowin
In II uii 11 < address ntdrt1 to a I conference eOlrelelce of ofyoung oroUnllCdlcs ofyoung
young oUnllCdlcs ladles In II Mammoth Mlmloth Utah tnh two twoyears twoyeluK twoyears
years ago 0 Mrs MII HUSH HUt Young Sousn tIIY Dates iltes a agranddaughter Itgrndl11lulhtl tugrandtIauistrr
granddaughter grndl11lulhtl of t llrlgham 11Ihal foung olng otilig and andnn ulll ulllni alillan
nn ni editor edior and 111 lecturer IlctllInot not unknown 111101 In Inthe II Inthe
the Runt I nst said Ulrls OIls do not 10t forget forgetpolygamy torglt torgltpol forgetpolygamy
polygamy pol glm you YOI cannot CUTlot practlcu rlllru it now nowbut 101 Itoabut
but keep Ieel iee it I nllvo 01 VI In II your YOI hearts There Thereare lheft rItemtmite
are IIC four uur glrlH irIa to 1 II every boy bo in II Utah UtahThis UtnhThil UtitliTitle
This Thil lust Illtstltlllelt laststdtenteitt statement ban hiI no n foundation foundationexcept tnUllltol foundationexcept
except In I a the lively lvely liveS y Imagination Inl1gllatuI itutugi net of tlui tluispeaker t tltttspuakem
speaker The he census OIIUI shows that nmlPrt nmlPrtme mile imnie imnieIlte
me slightly 1hly In II excess OCII of femaleft tlm emtZi l here hereas herclS
as lS in most new le states utatesOn alntll statesOn
On 01 or about II0ut IUIO Iutio uno 4 I 1001 101 at lt a meet meeting nleotInl meetittt ¬
ing Inl of the Young Womens Womenl Mutual Mutlnl Im Improvement huIronmwnt liiiht0Vetiteflt ¬
provement association Is ochlton held heli In Urn thC Four Fourteenth Iourteenlh Fourteentit ¬
teenth Ironmwnt ward ald meeting meetllg house hOU I Halt Rlit Luke LakoCity Ilko IlkoCity LukeCity
City Miss Agues igntH Campbell Camphel urged Irgel sup support HUll1IIIt suptO ¬
port to o lenders of ho Church and tho thodoatrlnco thodoalnel timdoetrinee
doatrlnco doalnel they taught In II this thll con connection contiectiort on onleclon ¬
nection she said she was much shocked shockedrecently sitoolcedseemS hool1
recently lcell alo to 10 Jienr a young youlg lady laly lad denounce denouncepolygamy IleloUncl 1CiiUnCtioiygnmity
polygamy and Ild say 1 that she would not notenter notllter notcuter
101 6nl
enter llter that stuto It Jesus Christ himself himselfshould himselfRhouhl iintneiBhiOUli
should coino oro down fiom tlom mom heaven hlocn and ask askher aKIhtr asichir
her htr to do O so JO Mrs 118 Kimlley EIItle the next nextupeuicer next81lultlr nextsjieaker
upeuicer 81lultlr wild 1IIId that tha any young younglady younglally youtiglady
lady In II the Church of Jesus Jeauf Christ Christof
of f Latterday lnterdly Paints Sllltl who ho would woull make makeMich makeeh snakestlels
Mich eh u I remark as reported by jMlsn jMlsnCampbtjll 1lsH 1lsHCCt1btl 1IissCutihtbiIl
Campbtjll CCt1btl certainly CtrlUljh Heeded need ell time tlo prayem prayemof IIa lIS lISot
of o the Saints 81Inle At Heaver UCIII u I few fuwmonths fUIInonthl fewtntnths
months Inonthl nKo Ilolder Klder B HO 0 White WhltoJoh1 WhltoJoh1YI8 VhIteisuld VhIteisuldYes tsald tsaldYes
Yes YI8 wo bnlleVo boleQ boiie a I man mll should shoull have ono onowife 0110wi onevife
wife wi today l dn and Iml live 11 more 10re If ho wants wantsthem wnnt8thetl svantthem
them thetl Theno utterances Ittlnees which might mightbo
bo multiplied IlltPlcd Indefinitely JndeOnlt ly show how howentirely hoWelltrelY howejitireiy
entirely elltrelY devoid teold of truth tilth are lre statements statementsthat thement thementt
that t lat polygamy olYKal1 lids hd been b abandoned nluldol or orthat 01thlt orthat
that thlt the tht thi promise 1 of the tie manifesto IIlnlteJto is isbeing Il Illelng ISbeing
being carried out or the th solemn pledge pledgeof ledle ledleot
of lelng the Mormon lo lon officials ololnlf to the United UnitedStates Ulle1 Ulle1BtatcH tYnItt8tate I
States government Ioernlcnt as n 1 condition conilton of tho thorestoration thoreltorotol therestoration
restoration reltorotol of the escheated esehlted property propertyof I
of the polygamous Church lhlrch The T Ie prac practices prlc prlcteeR practice ¬
o tices teeR and uld Iolygamuu the tie teachings teachllis of lt the ruling rulingpowers rulng rulngowel rulingpowers I
powers owel In the Mormon 110rlon Church are 110 all allIndicative 11 nilindicative
Indicative of an In Intention Intentol to openly oll nl es establish e etnll eMtabilsh ¬
tablish h tho system 8yslel whenever It can cal be bedone bedono bedOfl
done tnll with wlh safety from rein Intcifcience IlttItclence by bythe bythe bythe
the United Unled States government governmentThe gOerrent
The colonization colonizaton schemes Icheme now being beingsO
sO diligently curried on bsv I b the Mon Monmon Mol Mollun Mormuon
mon llRenty oniclals add Ird people have hlo a two twofold tworoll twofold ¬
lun fold purpose olcllls lTo To enable them to topinctlce topractce topinctice
pinctlce roll tUrpose polygamy where they I will wi bo bofree boJrlo befree
free practce from polyllmy the thl scrutiny srrutllY and opposition olloliion of ofdcntlle otOentli ofGentlie
Jrlo dcntlle neighbors lelghbors For this reason reasonthey renlon renlont11Y reasonthey
they Oentli are migrating In large numbers numberssouthward numberl numberlsouthflll numherasouthwnitl
southward t11Y to Mexico and northwards northwardsto 10rthwardR 10rthwardRto
to Alberta hcrtn From I Ion one ole neighborhood lelhhorhoo BO BOfamilies 60tamles iofamIlies I
families moved to tl Mexico Icxlo less than thnl two twoywira twoelr twoyears
years tamles ago nearly nenr all ni being polygamlsti polygamlstisome Ilol Rmlstb
some elr not long lon married nnrrlcl to plural wives wivesnnd wivesand hcI hcIInll
and 8011 having added to thenumber since idneeaccording Ilnce Ilncenccorllnl sinceaccording
according to common report J 2Tite 2TitepurroO The Thepurpose
nccorllnl purpose of colonizing cololl1lnl In II states ItnleR other otherthan utler utlerthar oilierthan
than Utah In the Hooky Mountain 10lntlin re region rlRlon reglen ¬
glen thar and In the thet territories tJtorl s of Arlxonn Arlxonnand Mlzonlnni Arizonstand
and nni New e1S Mexico Is that thlt In addition aldilol to tomore to10re tomore
more easily enjoying polygamous prac practices IIaetces ittuctires ¬
10re tires cnHI they may mn Ilso stiao l o secure stclro tho thobalance th thbnlance ti tibalance
balance tces of political polical power In Intlttyw Il Ilthf InthluMtt
tlttyw settled states Ilatcs nnd nndterritories nlltelrlotleR ntis ntisteritorles
sparsely 8cttel1
thf territories l nut sn n become able ablt to tocontrol tocontrol tocontrol
control telrlotleR the election C of members ember i of ofCong otCOlgell ofCongiess
Cong COlgell Congiess ess tlA especially eSJcolnl eleclol of United UnltPl States Statessenators BtateKgenatol Ututcasenatols
senators thus blocking hlo llg the way ay of any anyproposed an anproPosel anyproposed
proposed proPosel national nntolll IIUI legislation lgl laton hostile IO tl to totheir totheir totheir
their cherished anti 111 peculiar Ileculat Institu Institutions InsltU InsltUtons institutioliF ¬
tions tionsNobody tons tonsNoboIY tioliFNobody
Nobody who Is tl well wel Informed believes believesthat belccs belccsthlt believesthat
that thlt tho priestly Irlest oligarchy olhlrch which rules rulesthe rUlesthe rUlestite
the Mormon church has any Iny other pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose than tMIIlo to secure etre re by b any lny and < very verypfissfbie VPtYposltie erypnlslhll
le of po polygamy poglnIY polygjini ¬
pfissfbie means the perlwluatlon 1trI11unton
lygamy pnlslhll 1 The lnl hl practice of the leaders leadersand lendernld ienderLimit
and glnIY their continued contlnuet ptetct Insistence upon upontho UIIOI UIIOItho UPOI1the
nld tho correctness corrotness of the doctrine 410ctrln show showmost showmot showmoat
most clearly that It still 11 Is I held itch an an ancHScntlal Anellntnl anenentlnl
cHScntlal lllrlY feature tfntur tht of I their faith folh Tnls Tnlsalso TIIK h hnbo I Ialso
ellntnl also confirmed conlrmed by 1 their bitter bIter opposi opposition opoRIoh opposItiott ¬
amendment amendmentto
tion oh to the antipolygamy
thE altpolYrlmY
to the constitution and nld It ehows lws that thatthey thntthe thatthtey
conqttUon when they say saythey ay aythey
not sincere alY alYthe
they nro nr Hlner
they the the have nt nt II1nl10ntd abandoned polygamy polygamyTout polYI polygamTourists m mOlrlsta >
Tout Tourists sts and nlhltrnnhnt tranident visitors lslolS may maybo ma mah mayhe
bo h Olrlsta cajoled into a nlelof belief In the volun voluntarv voluntnrv olul olultnr
abandonment nf the system hut butnoVno hutI hutno
f Jt
noVno no tarv o ci1o Ibldonnwnt really familiar with wih prcva prevnling prevnlingcondllonR prevalhlttg prevalhlttgconditions I ng ngconditions
conditions I orclY and tOlrlr tendencies temleflcl can b hI be misled misledbv 1I111eel 1I111eelb1 nisletby
condllonR In which the theMormon thetormon theZttormon
bv the false pretenses
Mormon tnlso lemloiK 1111ol have become so sothoroughly sothorough SOthoroustlily
thoroughly export exportFob exportnespectCul
ItespeCtttfli3 lublteLl lublteLlJClAlD sutintitteti sutintittetiIUCIIAILD
n JClAlD a MWBCE MWBCECommittee MNItCE MNItCECommltet
Committee Commltet CommltetFeb CommitteeFeb
Feb 10
Officer Ofc Barlow Picks Up a Strnger Stranger at the t 8 Instance Instanc of a Citi Citizen Ci CiZen C1t1Zen ¬
zen Who Declares Decare the Man an Escapsd EcpeConvict Convict From FromCanyon FromC FromC9yon
Canyon C yon City Cit I ColoradoPrisoner ColoradoPrisner Confesses Confeses
At an In early hour this morning mornlnl Ofll OfllDarlow On 0111ee
tt ee Darlow larlow armted artIOl a anan jnan Intl who ho M Ii iup iuprJ iup >
rJ roiei to 0 0 be an In escaped murderer lurderer It I Is Isiinca
bU iinca d hB I egfPd elcpL esijp from the Colorado Coloradopn Colornlo
ata tat pn prlln thj on at Canyon an tnyon on City Clt and the theWtis thl
aUtborilps tUthtrio Wtis avc Q1 a now walling alnK Identifies Identifiesrm Ideltfc
Ion b Ul the ° lolorado oloral < officers om
rm oncer Olcer Haiow Iallow took tok tho th suspect BUlpect Into Intohim Ilto
him rUato Ultody b UD u upon OI ° n Information Intormnton Cationirtl turlhl turnuihme1
irtl by a ma m mdlt < u wto Wht ho claims cl hns ll he knew the
2 IIIOfler toner When hen h he wtred WI was tried a and cnlct
4 f
t tor murde Zaurder Hi 1 name hale h Edward
IrIn Irving and It I Is 11 alleged alett1 that thn about aboutthree nbollttme abdtthree
three ytarS lIUI ago migd ho II mid 111 a 1 companion companiontried omlulion omluliontrlell
tried to hold hoh le up u anti rob nn In ItalianThe Italian ItalianThe 10Ian 10Ianfho
The latter resided rll t and was shot dead deadIrving donI deadIrving
later unt
Irving and his pal wfrearl were r arrested ste for forthe tortle fortIle
the hlul murder tried convicted lOnlcted and Ild sen sentenced sentencelllO sentence1 ¬
tenced tle tencelllO to life Imprisonment In the Colo Colorado Colorado Cobrude ¬
rado state lte prison Inlrllnent About ut the middle 1nlddll of ofJuly utJuly ofJuly
July tntt IMOi Irving Jrvlnv secured elel cltlx cllzll cllzllcothln eitizen14 eitizen14clothing nH nHclothing
clothing and during religious t wrcliw wrcliwIn terclPM terclPMtl
cothln In the prison nl managed to walk out outwith outwUh outwith
with tl a number lumlier of visitors Ilor Mnobsorved MnobsorvedSince nolsorcd nolsorcdSllr
Since Sllr that time tho tht police 111ro of Colorado Coloradohave Colorldo Colorldobno CoboradubaYs
have tried In vain ntn to locate him himTin himhl himTlt
Tin hl gtntltman centenanwho who pointed him out
to the tht otllcer says An 1 ho ut Iltlldell tended tho trial trialand trialnl111 trialalit
and nl111 alit In nlrlr poulllve 1 IIe tho man lun tiuw tlOI In II jail Jrl tli Is Isthe IHtho Isthe
the murderer Ho 10 says Kl1YI there tlnrl can ho no nomistake 10 1011111u Itoinhitalus
mistake 11111u ns 11 he knew klcl him well I and nlL could couldpick couM111ck couldItick
pick him Ii liii out ut among u I thousand thoulll1 per person perI ¬
son I H HToday nlolJ >
Today J Y Chief Hilton lon wired wlrcl the Colora Colorado Colorl ¬
do authorities luthullle concerning Loncl rllt the arrest arrestand Olelt OleltIld aitCtnut
and Ild nut asked IUlkl1 them thol to te t Komi Menl11 a complete do doHvilptlon 11 11HLIIllltol do11t1t11tiOlt
Hvilptlon HLIIllltol of tho escaped oHcpeLllruldeel murderer and anda umlI
a I icply Icpl Is expected eXII etflut at any alY time ni It I is issaid I IKlllll Isttuit
said Klllll tt big moiiuy 1111 ltOIiU prize 111110 was WR offcicd orend for forh tort or orI
I h t < arrest I1rHt of II the man 11 nnd a 111 liLt If I I C he proves provesW IIOlUI
W t bo 1 the thl Iluol person wanted Wllt ll llarlow larlul will willreceive wi lviiireceive
receive rerele a 1 liberal I lerll roiuinl roiuinlNaturally 101111 101111Nutllly ruwjtllNaturally
Naturally Nutllly the 1110 prisoner Iltl oner denlol denies em emphatically 11 etiiphatlenily ¬
phatically phltcll that thn he Is II lie man Innl In tho thocane thoCIIC Ito Itoratio
cane CIIC and Ind declares 11prlnl 8 that thlt ho wn wai was never In InCanyon InellOt InCaltyon
Canyon ellOt City CI CII much Ilch loss l sa In the til state stateprhoti Itlte Itlte1II itntePtisQll
prhoti 1II ul for or murder murderHo Inlflel
Ho 0 wus Wlllot not made acquainted Icqunlntell with Wih htli the thefact thotalt thefact
fact that hc hud hlll be bl beI n soon on on 01 tlw tlwstreets th th8eelf tltastteetis
streets 8eelf by ont Ol > who know IUlw him him und urll had hadbeen hld hldbLn hadbeen
been bLn positively u llvely Identified Id ltel He I suya HIB he hewill howi lieIlill
will wi have hlolo no trouble touulo In 11lrOVII proving Iw Is IllOt IllOttlenll not notther not1hmenti
tlenll 1hmenti n but lt on 01 the th other ot othithi II bund hUI1 his ac acdiner ueel tieCitCiti
diner el I1I fays tn 1i he Is almoltttely a positive III InlilH IIIhlH Iii11tH
lilH nuiGitlon in the t 18 meantime Irving Irvingwill Irvingwill IrvingtIlI
will bo held pending tho arrival of In Infoimutlon InfOll1lltloll infomtnitloii
foimutlon from tout Citiyoii city tIt tItItlng
Irving gave sio his name to the ofll ofllecru omCNH oHcets
ecru a UII H clmrlPH litulems Halves InJlstelInll er erLate
Late C his t afternoon tho police re recrlvwl 10celell mereiuei
crlvwl H tclngrnm from Canyon nllol City Cityasking t Sty lIyLRklnll Stymiskl
asking miskl itir this authorltlcii atm thioti tiets here h are to hold 11 Irv IrvInu I rv rvins
ins by nil 1I11111lII11S moans niid they the would send senda
a I deijorlptlon de orilltioll of him A young UlIg woman womanwhn ivonmumitsiio Ol1nllwho
who clulms to bo livings lI ill1l1 wife wltols Ii ut the thestutlon thoHIIIoll lieimlutlomi
stutlon nnxlously nwnltlng 1Il1lllIugLlovelop 1Il1lllIugLlovelopmellts develop developmiiits tbeveiopIfleltts
miiits In the case The oIllcurH uro us uspositive 1111flosltlll aspoaitlvc
positive as over hut they tllll have ha 0 tho thoright thoright therIght
right man manCONFEBSKs mnllCONFFBSI timatiCONlBSFh
CONFEBSKs d HIS HISLatorAt mmm mmmrntorAlII CI1IMIiLaterAt
LatorAt ft late hour this thlauCtelnoon thlauCtelnoontho afternoon afternoontho
tho prisoner broke down And 1Il1 confessed confessedIlia conrtK lIl lIlhi
his hi guilt saying that he WUH IVuHth tho man manwanted monwtntcil manwattled
wanted and that h 1111 had escaped while11l1rllnf while whileserving whileserving
serving II life sentence sentencefinv lontenceGo sentenceUOY
finv Go OilollH Moltiitr InI liar Dcild DcildNewbtirghr IIIIIINOIIhllllh htsailotshuirghi
Newbtirghr N y Feb F b 10 10Mis Mrs H Odell Odellmother Ollellmother Otbohimother
mother of Oov 00 Odell died 111 1 today of ofpneumonia otIllIeull1onla ofiinUmonin
pneumonia At her bedsldo when she shedied BIled
died d led wort her hutbiind her three tim roe HOIIB HOIIBlov soilsbr
10 lov H 1 11 Odell Jr Jrll Poatmuster HIr HIrnmn thlIIuI10llellllll
nmn lIIuI10llellllll Odell und l Prof Ueorgo eolo T 1 Qdoll qdoll ofColtiinbh of ofohiilti
Coltiinbh ohiilti ImS university I uni n Ill ueial Islt ty nnd two daugh daughters 111I1I1htCIK tittughilets ¬
lets Ml Misses es Ophelia und Clurn Odell OdellMrs OdellMIOtloli OddSMms
Mrs MIOtloli Odfill wits born or In Ilookwtaver and andwas ulIllwas antiIvas
was murrlci to Mr Odell 01101111 In April pmIi 18W 18WFllin moFfJit 1SOh1lgF
Fllin IX I SIJtJ SPIllNOFlllLI SPIllNOFlllLIllulldliiK OJIt lln 0 0IIIIIIe1l1l1 0itithldimig
llulldliiK Hclonccd lo Senator ellalll Pair VoltismuiiIs Iulrhunks
hunks anil Loss K Million MillionSpringfield 1111I11111Hprlnglleltll 1IIhlhiinprhttgtleid
Springfield Ohio Feb Fo 9Tho Kast Kaststreet I Iaststreet aBt aBtstreet
street uhops belonging to United RtntollSenalor HtntoH HtntoHSenator Utatotienutor
Senator FalrbankB alrunnl < s ate burning Fit Fifteen Irltteen Fitecu ¬
teen ecu factories employing 3000 people peopleare
are located In the buildings whluh cov cover cover coyer ¬
er 25 2 acres The fIm shops coit 52000000 52000000The 2000OQrIme
The great Kust 1 lIl1t street shops built builtby builtby builtby
by Win N Whlteley the reapur king kingat
at a cost of JiOOOOOO OOOODO were destroyed destroyedby eslro eLI eLIlJy
by llto today The shops w WArIJ rc occupied occupiedby
by b the Springfield Foundry company companyProgress COIl1J1unylrogrNUI cotapany1rogrest
Progress Htovc Furnace company companyIndlanupolls cOllpunIndlllllalolls conipunyindianapolIs
Indlanupolls Frog 1 IOK Sc Nwltch wlt h comtmii comtmiiKyle comiattIie
Kyle Art rt Glass compnny Krell KrellFrench 1rehIFicticit
French 1 I nch Piano company Miller las En Engine gngillo 1tiglue ¬
glue company tiy Chumplon Chemtcul Chemtculcompany CIlClJlculcompan itetmilculcompany
company and Owens Miichlnt Tool Toolcompany 1001rornlal tooleontsuny
company The building was UR bought b bHciiutor bHll1lor bj bjiuUm
Hciiutor iuUm Fairbanks ot Indiana ten tenycurri tenenl teltyeats
ycurri enl ago following the failure 01wliltelcy 01 OLWhiteley ocVliite1cy
wliltelcy The loss Is ovei a million dot dottars dol1ar
tars Water procure sins RS Insutllclent Insutllclentund
und flreinen telpen wcru wcrbndIY badly hundlcapiied hundlcapiiedfrom Ll Lltrllm
from the start i1o t Hundred nUIIJ idor of o btilldlngij btilldlngijIn b lldlllg lldlllgIII
In tho vicinity were II IU 1In1mln imminent nt dan dangel1 IlLIIICI dttnact
act negidents were weCout outdnsh out IIlshlltl lug water waterngnlhst ll1lerflllnlhst wettertignlht
ngnlhst them and am soaking the 1w con contente contellts contents
tents Wlllard d liniln whose ott o oilee ce Is laclose Isclose
close to tho lie great Plant stated that thatwhen thntwhen thatwhen
when h he and those In n ntho the neighborhood neighborhoodfirst
first rst saw the flames InllJestje they were wfreshoot wfreshootInliout shoot shootIng shootlug
lug Inliout out from under the eaves of the thecentral th thccentral
central part of the plant which facuu facuuon faccon
on ICast street The firemen owing to tothe tothe tothe
the high wind weto t0 unable to check the thespread thesprtal1 thespread
spread of the llaincs Soon tho whole wholefront wholetront wholetrottt
front of o the building Which Is flvn flvnstories flvcstories Vtl VtlIItorll1I
stories high was ablaze Half nn hour hourlater hourIn lmtirinter
later In tor the walls nlls begun to tumble tum bl In The Thetoi Th Thtal Thetop
top > of the KrellFrcneh < h Piano com companys COI1Ilany1 coinitiflYis ¬
panys Part of tho building wo the lost lostot InRtat lastof
ot till front to cntch fire The fire firestarted tlrostnrted flrostarted
started In the attic IIttlclnlltend Instead of going goingupward golhllupwnrLl goingupward
upward It burned downward shooting shootingdown IIhootlllclown shootingdolvit
down an elevator shaft It next spread spreadto
to the part of the building occupied occupiedby
by b the Owen Machine Tool Toolcompllns company companyAn
An Attorney ltOloe Gel fi Stveti ven ell Years YearsBpokane 1tI1rKSpokane YearsSpokane
Spokane Wash Feb feb 10 10Beven Seven years yearsIn enr8 enr8In
In the penitentiary nt Walln Walla Is Isthe Isthe Itsthe
the sentence Imposed by h Judge Kudkln Kudklnon
on Atty W A Lewis convicted of ofstealing ofltlnllnA ofstealing
stealing more than a thonsand dollars dollarsfrom LlollarlltlOl1 dollarstrout
from Mrs Nettle nrnucr rira er Phut litt one of ofhlH othlH ofliSts
hlH clients The Thellenhice sentence was given giventlilH Rlvellthlil giventhIs
thIs morning accompanied by scathing scathingcomment 8cathlncOll1mentb scatlilticomment
comment by the Judge Lewis was also alsoconvicted alsoconvicted
convicted last Saturday night of steal stealIng stelll111r stealIng
Ing money from rain Mary Lambert t another anotherclient nnothCrrllent anotherclient
client but sentence s In this case was dO deferred dOterreLl doerred ¬
erred He will remain In the county countyJail countJail countyJell
Jail pending the decision on his appeals appealsto
to the lie Hupreme court Lewis was j5 for formerly fUImlrly totnmerly ¬
merly n pi eminent lawyer nW r hero His Hison JI1snre Illsease
on ease tt has gained additional n1rlt onnl notoriety notorietybemuse notorietybernuRe notorietybectiuse
bemuse of his flights to Seattle and andDenver a11l1Donler unittener
Denver to escape ellcn escapeprosecutlon PCllIosceu prosecution lion he having havinglived hn havingtivett Inl Inltlellill
lived tlellill In both cities for some Sine under underassumed unl1ern tiniberassumed
assumed n names namesNew nnrnosCI1IICr namescu
New cu OnjHcr nyser In Yellowdtonp YellowdtonpSt
St Paul 1 l1ul Feb lOMnj John Pitcher PitcherU
U S A superintendent of o tho Yellow YellowHtone ello elloIItOll1 ellowstatic
static National park l1 rk Is authority for forthe torthl or ortime
the statement that thlltl the Ice crew of the theYellowstone theYellowstone theYelloirstone
Yellowstone Iark association coming comingfrom comlllgtrolll comnuimgfrotmi
from Lower Geyser basin to th6 tI tit new newliptcl II newht7tdi I IhQte111t
liptcl hQte111t nt Norrls Geyser basin had their theiruttontlon theirIIttClItion theiruttolitlon
uttontlon drawn to on unexpected amid nndentirely nlldell amidetitlrely
entirely ell tI reI new exhibition ot volcanic ac action action tiction ¬
tion In the Porcelain basin h sln und that thatIt
It had been christened the Twentieth TwentiethCentury TwellllthCOlltllry TwentiethCentury
Century gtyaer It Is situated 131 feet feeteast feetcnRt feeteast
east of tho Constant geyser geyserIts ftey5erIts oy er erIts
Its crater Is h 264 6t Inches wide hlc and 41 41Inches 41Inches 41lnchte
Inches In length Its crruptlons are aresimilar al18111111nr omitsiniSTer
similar to those of the thieConstnnt Constant Con tntlt only onlyabout onlybom onlyaboUt
about six times greater In volume The Thelength ThelenRth Thtelength
length of the eruptions vary nl from 3 to ton toJ1 toIi
n minutes ut Intervals of from 1 hour hourto
to li
KIUPPINH ri11IiIbNirAiI1Ir TAIUPF IUU IUUPanther nmTPorakcl IlililVoraker
Panther Offers OrersMisetmiinmcnt Amendment to Make MakeHntCK Inkonn1c takohates
hates 25 per cent cent of 11 DluIe Itijity UK ley Act ActWashington IctWqphlnllton Actshlngton
Washington shlngton Feb 10 10Senator Scnator For Forakcr Forakll Foraket
akcr of Ohio has offered an amendment amendmentto
to the Philippine tariff bill providing providingthat proJdlncthllt
that the rate of duty on Philippines Philippinesproducts lhlllJplnesroduct Philippinesproducts
products roduct coming Into the United states statesshall tllnteshnll StAtesshall
shall be heG 2 5 per cent of the theDlngley Dlngley rates ratesTie ratrsthe ratesThe
the > commit COnlllltttee teo bill provided for a 75 75ptr 7GI 75per
per I r coht c 1t rate rateChlnrne ra 111WChiliscise tt ttChllleRlI
Chlnrne Mob nh Hunts Million Uls lon House HouseHongkong 1II1UHeHonrkong househlongkoflg
Hongkong Fob ob 10 1 iA A dispatch from fromCanton tromClinton trotnCanton
Canton nnnuuiicoe that the Uerlln flerlltmslonary Mill Misslonary MillIIInar
slonary societys 8Oelet s building at Kayen Kayennear I FatiInear UtII UtIIlIenr
near Canton has hasbedn bedn burned by nn nnantiChristian onnlltlChrlstlan ananttChrIfltiafl
antiChristian mob mo The missionaries missionariesscape mIssionariesDatnila
mtft scape scapeDetails I I IDetails
Details received here later In the day dayshow dayhow dayshotv
show that the mission waa burned burnedFebruary burncd1euruury buirimedFebruarY
February 7 The perpetrators of the theoutrage theoutm theoutrage
outrage outm o profess to be connected e with withthe withthe withthe
the French Cathoip missions but this thisIs thisis
Is itgirded Il rtled on being merely a subter subterfucp subtertUI subtertugc
fucp ICV BC llaher of th the fUerlln fJJerIJllml mission missionat 61un 61unat
at Pnytn 1 1IlfI hU hi wife and Infant child childhave cblllha8 childhave
have arrived iafeiy IICel at Canton
Preachers PreachcrsN P Not NotIn o oIn
In Police PoliceSecretory Fight FightSecretory
Secretory Altons Awful Arraignment of Social Condi Conditions Conditions Corn Cornlions ¬
tions In Salt LakeSonic Loke Soe Charges So SOI Awful A as asTo o oTo
To Chsllerfgc th lcnge the Facts
0 0lhl k
This lhl mornlngB mo nlni1 session of the Minis Ministerial MI MItiiteritul I Ihrlnl ¬
terial association a wua Utl one Oil of inure 1I101 Hunordinary Hun tItantadlttamy tultlnlLUllaly
ordinary intoivst It Included IlIolu ell a itiulloti tfeflO tfeflOlutlon 1 t tIutloll
lutlon relative to the chief of pollcQ pollcQsituation t1CQsltUlJtlOlI pOhICQsItuatIon
situation It Pithy paper of pecUllStly pecUllStlylocal lJecUIl IW IW10LII1
local Interest from tulti Mr Axton und the theadoption thlI thlIIllolltioli tlI tlItisboptloti I
adoption of Iho report of u special coin coinmlttoe coinmnlttee Q ll llmilleo
mlttoe on Mormon 1rurtlceH Whlclt Whlcltwill lhl tSsIdltivill h
will find its vuy to Washington for use usethere tHIJthclo usethere
there In connection with the light for forthu tUIthu totthus
thu proposed tintlpolygamoU amend amendment allOllt1mellt utmientiIIIOIIL
ment to tilt United States constitution constitutionThe
The police lesoltitlon was an asWIioreas foovMj foovMjWhereas tl > PHlWhortns
Whereas statemonts havn bon h ell made madepublicly I mthiopublicly l110 l110IlulIJely
publicly that the Christian mlnlstuiH is of ofthis IfthiN ofthis
this city cll ate In favor tu 101 of tlm letontlon letontlonof
of Chlff hilv of Police Hilton on the ground groundthat IIIOUII IIIOUIIthllt groundthut
that he has bean efficient In the sun sunprcssloti siifihresslolI IUJlf IUJlfrCPsloli
prcssloti of thu Ito Bumluy opening Of t13ll t13lloony efi efiloons ts tsboos
loons oony therefore bo It ItJttKolvtd ItH ItlhtstolttI
JttKolvtd H ohtd llrst thut this association associationhas
has not expressed XIJleIA LI itself ItH t or even 011 e CMI CMI1C11Iell cOthslttmeil > ni niHdited
Hdited the matter of the piestnl colt coltteiltIali < 6I 6Iteiitlnn Plh Plhlentlnll
teiitlnn botwoen thu Mayor und fiiu fiiuchief 1 1chhf hu huehtirt
chief of police second thut we doitot doitotbelieve du uM uMlIelhc itu itubelieve
believe the credit ot Humluy gnttftli gnttftlisuppression sithiftsli5u5jressbon ilobhlIulproMHlon
suppression belongs LJolon 1I to Chief Hilton iW iWhe tt4lie
lie expressed eXIr SHed himself to a committee of ofthis ottills ofhits
this body 110 und annie no attempt Utt lIIpt to eju ejuforce biI biItorte l ltorce
force the taw until an older to thutkjV thutkjVfeet thl1V thl1Vteoct thitztfeet
feet was netted by b tho he Mayor 11I or thlrtl thlrtlthut tJ thiIlthat II IIthut
thut In the prmnt IIL ent status lit ntul4 of the munld munldIpal mUll tiiutmLctIpal cU
Ipal controversy wf I see no reason for forfurther fOItirtliti
further action by this nHiuclntlon nMoclntlollfhe t tThe
The Iie resolution WHH udoptvd and IIIIC IIIICoctltsiomusd UH UHofruKlonud I111olllI
ofruKlonud olllI lonod by l ficguent imiulrleH InIIUlrlelNi InIIUlrlelNi1111OnC liyi liyiphone tsyIltone
phone letter und otherwh < > as to towhtllIl 16wliethur tOwltetlttir
wliethur tliiTO Will any truth In tlit tlitreports tlii tliireportH h 1 1rCJloltH
reports tutU the uHsoelutlon vus bdOU bdOUIng JtJKirInr b4clag
lag mi Chief Hilton HiltonAXTONS JllltollAXlONS IllitoiiAroNs
AXTONS AWFPL A 1011 CHAnUB ItAflUIUecy ij ijBe i t
Hecy Be John T Axton of the lie T S SA MJig lIf I IA
A read a paper tl lul of considerable conllhl l ble KiteRSf KiteRSfest IhI IhIllIt itttt itttteat
est on rioclal Forces F 1ICCR In Soilety SOIletystlung Vvifh Vvifhstixing tflIstrung
strung local locI11IJenrll benrliigs s in the paper isnperAxtoti M MAxton IVi1
Axton said Socialism Sue ollsm vigorously vigorouslytacks if iftacks >
tacks the evils of HQclety but fall foui4tja3 foui4tja3Irovideil et etIlrollle
provided < 1 suitable remedies Ho tndnl tndnltraced Hi titjnJticuced n nuncell
traced the growth of illlea itlss showing showingIlRRHIIIII 0J 0JmnsHltiij tIII tIIIinassliig
mnsHltiij of population there e mutt JI 1111 thtff thtffKiowing thaIIlowlllg tht thtgiowitig
Kiowing Hoclopollllcnl dungera 11111g lI In itstseitltstis COr COrHeriuetiie dti dti1Itlllt1ll1l
Heriuetiie and nsked An Ai s our ouranti laWRi laWRinnd laiW laiWlI
anti lI i It Ity It ordinance framed trulI with fOfifjrd fOfifjrdfor 1If tegiidtel ti1 ti1ful
for thu lit blbliest welfare of iltln cilnilifg cilnilifggeiiPiutlon cllniT cdiiilifggettsimutlon g ggOIltlIlttoll
geiiPiutlon who arc to make tho thofor tlioldv tlioldvrUI tht
for ui the future Mr Axton then thenin stuichi stuichiitt 1 1 b bIII
in gummailiflng sUmmllll 11I1r destructive L1 dstruc hlIctllo Live t tforces 10 sogtai sogtaiotees Ja1 Ja1fDICes
forces I have hnwtulten tulten condltion as they1 they1are tii tiiare li rYi
are In Hull Lake City CIt as a lmsn NIIIty Nlh Nlhty inQ inQty <
ty legalized sulonn ply their business business1li
li tills city cltI a JiOiiul OIJlnl neccMlty jsOme jsOmesaj pjnnsay JII JIIsn
say sn X bu ulllntfllt lnnct a ryndfzvoup of nnjnja nnjnjaftnuc1 rrlnlt1aJ crllsil crllsiltuihsi
t1aJ 4hlQ hQ ht itedln L lnl 1l Iammli Iammlitlml untjvh untjvhflflch
ftnuc1 tlml i1IY > iT foi form in of prrnie tlwpVonihip tlwpVonihipof t tniInitstfof I r1ftiThft r1ftiThftot
of al tempts r1 1111 of Impurity the Ito dnspolifr dnspolifrof
of homes and tin happiness the 1w groatiMisource RI6 groatiMi gmeatyiiusourse tjlAI tjlAIROlUI
source 1 of pnuperism IHIII leJiNI1I the hotbed of Is Isnornnce J J1I0lance lnomnnce
nornnce crime nnd imtI poverty Is It u usoclnl 1soclll stsocIsti
soclnl nowHflu nCl ll i In sneakIng of tlu tlusaloons thto8111110lla lit litsaloons
saloons more tn detail Mr h Axton toil unlit unlitAll RnhtAll stiil4lS
All lIt patronised J1ntrolll I1 Flvo IoI > htmdrid hlll111rII11I11 multi IDPMme multiate
me the woiMnit isot iItiir force nccewary IIPCIM at tp tpn tpnduct IndUct < tpiiduct
duct hose plncen and the emlmntid fMtlnllH11elllI pisilnintistdolly
dally reclptH ninmint to16000 On Sat Saturday SIllnr SittiirdaY ¬
urday nr ay evening Jan 25 a count WHS WHSmade W119made IIM IIMInudE
made of the men In omJ on First South Southstreet SIuthstreet iict5tlmstreet
street saloon at 7 oclock and thert thertwere therwere theritvere
were 2 29 apparently all worklngmen A
fow ow minutes after that hour there were wereIn vereIn
In a s tffiond sund Boiith street saloon 38 38mont 33IIIOt 311itlost
mont of r ilioni 1 young OUII woll wellelrellell dre ed fe feIUWH tel tel10wM ci cilovs
IUWH Uurlng time nxt hour by actual actualcount aututllIollllt actualuuiItit
count ij men unteied another resort tesorton le ort ortOil
on tin t tv celtic street All It of ofthuKe otth ofthese
these th MI places may ItIU be entered enteredthrough entered1111IIh etiteredI
through I private stalrwayo from tom llrst llrstcliiHti tlrltdUH lhrstt
cliiHti t cIties bulldlngH bttiltl iiigs and this tli Iii Is true trueol
ol many man saloons In Ito city rite re rei IUllpl iccelitu
i celitu llpl lpu > of the saloons In tills city lIy It for forJuly forJllly forJtily
July hut IIt t exceeded the list entile Minn spent spentMiring allelltIjurillf spetit4tirIng
Miring ittot for time support of the Chris Christian iiiisthin ¬
thin vow H > or III this city clt The annual op opeiutlng 011U1i1l1iI oiictullti
eiutlng expenses t of tho poorest saloon saloonIn
In Salt Lake ore moro than huh the cost costof COHtIlf cost5f
of maintaining iiutllitii loUt g our finest church Halt HaltLake BaitIik laiLak
Lake iIty s fly should rojolce hut oho has hasHo hUIlIolu baano
Ho lIolu low > down theater of the variety or or4er 0141r ortier
tier Chicago him 25 of tlfom Wo do dohavo lIohllVco dohave
have however live cheap chea dance halls liallHwhere ImllHwht1 hallswhere
where m lIIn < > n ure admitted for 3fi 3s cenU cenUand centdanllllo cetttstint
and anllllo no admission for Or women Then too tooe touwe toolue
we > e lme Hallalr 1111 It 1 11 beach and a promjnent promjnenti plom ptotnjntntPta lIlnt lIlntIwlt
i Pta > u oitirer of this county told me per personally potsoticily ¬
sonally 1 that that resort wus responsible responsiblefor
for the I ruin of mon girls UIIhlthon gi na than tile it all a II other otheragencies othelnl otlteirsgsiicles
agencies nl lIc1e tn the city combined combinedTin
Tin average city 011 boarding house IH IHg Isa
1 g great > at t menace e to young men Th lhoy lhoyorf y yare
are loviitcd In the Ste business part or ornwir 01Mill oinear
Mill the lie railroads and tho ito urmy of ofmen oClien
men without oiutlputlon congregate congregateabout congregatoobotlt ollgregahIIII0Ul
about Oiene places Thugs und thIeves thlcvvMlodge thlevlI10llI thIeveslotIg
lodge here when not In the saloons and andno itnilIto
no amount of police > olko vigilance can clean cleanthem clolnthplII elouiitiisiii
them out A city detective says A Ayoung AlIunl AIIUIIg
young thrill of honesty hlHlP ty nnd respectlblll respectlblllty I
ty t llmU II lid II himself Ii I sutisel f theio In the thi n company companyof OIl1 > IIIIY IIIIYi
i of sf t tlui thief and tutu the gambler blouses HOUBOHi IIoUsei
i of III fame sitto iniiHt not be overlooked III littiuinicrutlon IIIthtH iiilImits
lImits tiuinicrutlon for thorn are moro morojiioxtltutcs 111010IlIoKlltutes mitoroPiostlttttes
i jiioxtltutcs und common street str et walkerti walkertiIn llllkerIII
In Hull Lake JII < O City It lly than limn are Sun Suniilay SUIIII Suitci1t
iilay II school tciuhoiH More men make makeIt makoIt
It It their business to allure men to then theueresorts then1CHOltII thetseJeisoits
resorts titan there are Protest Protestant
> I ant mlnlstprs In Slit city elt Count COUlltr ¬
r hut servants musicians boosters boostersJnnmip boosterllJlllllllhlI boosterslimtsats
Jnnmip and hack drivers who ate atepartial aloIIItlni tic4atiticu
partial IIItlni boosters nnd leaving out so soialled HOailed soIjalIed
ialled ailed private 8nup there are tit tityeast litpalt atieasL
yeast BOO people who depend upon this thisJHfuilous thlHt1MIIIloU9 hiltstefatiotma
JHfuilous business JJ for 01 u livelihood It ItrIll ItIs
UH Is evident that COO men are engaged In InHUM IIIIIIIM Inlines
HUM of work III thin thl city that Ole cOin commonly cOin1I101l1 coinInottli ¬
monly liild to be ditnornllzlng and andcriminal a authCnn III IIIrrlmlrUlI
criminal Cnn litiuI In I Ii their tendtnoy tlnllll11Mr
1 Mr Axton xtuii recites the local police policeKtatlMlcH Ilolcl1fltltI iollceBttIIstufs
KtatlMlcH fltltI tlr for the Iii post year enl with strong stronglimgons yuon yuonlli801l strong1tissoii4
limgons l from the same und sets forth forththe fusthithit I
the lined ol Industrial education He Hetys HoOfl Hesays
says tys but 25 t per cent of the workers workersof
of It this country are engaged l1I U ecJ In commer commercial commerclnl conimerdat ¬
cial and professional IJIoC slollnt pursuits and tho thoschoolu thofi lieIIUbIIt
lhltl school cltooI training trnh lng IltRlllttil tends telll s to the theorkeia thet thejiiiJtpJth
fi jiiiJtpJth t Jlt ohllt i itthf1fl IIIMnill Iig lr thllQ thllQt
t tthf1fl I1rJ Tlctttt n3 r lIntIPtho lIntIPthoIOICl
1l orkeia who need the Industrial train trainr trainTin
11111 fti r
11111f ftiTh Tin f e speaker detailed the advantage advantagei
i t > t ChrixMtin Influence In saving young youngmen yotlngitieti 011111Jnell
men at fonxlderable > length and llhis llhistrated lillisUatell illuistrated
trated bv mimeraiiH facts brought out outIn outIn outiii
In ciirtailnn Iltrisi mit work torb both In Inthts this country countrynnd COUIIUyfIllllltl countiYLund
Lund fIllllltl In Rnpland nnd lila lIP brought broii gut out the thevnlile thovnhlO I hevalUe
valUe of Y M al A In regenerative regenerativennd It eltelutvo eltelutvounil
nnd Having work among young men menHe menHI Incalie
He salt bunt tlv Ito taut four our presidents of ofthis orthlll ofthis
this country have warmly endorsed the thework thowork theirork
work while In ofllcp o and nnc two have haveserved haveIcrvcd haysserved
served as presidents of associations Iu clatlons
Has Spent Its Force and is Dying Out OutMore More Conservative Esti Estimates E Estimatcs ti timates ¬
mates Place Loss at 8000000 8ioooJOOoMercnants Merchants and andOthers andOthers andOthers
Others Planning Resumption of of o Business
Patorgon Pnter on N J 7 Fob lOThe flcrco flcrcoconflagration tttlrcecOliljngtnqoll fiercecoiitjiigtntomt
conflagration which burned Its way waythrough In Inthrough waythrough
through the business center of Intel Paterson IntelRon Patetson
son yesterday c telltll lias completely spent Its Itsforce Itatorce itsforce
force und In quickly dying d lltg out In tho thonone thuIIsht1f lie lienahteit
none IIsht1f and broken brick of Its ruin Con ConKcrvntivo ConlIerntho Coitservatlso
Kcrvntivo opinion inclined today tOLla to cut cut2W0000 cutOOOO cutOQO
2W0000 OOOO fiom ion the aggregate IIg3r lInll loss lo s of
10000000 ugtved upon UI > OIl yesterday elltel lny < and anti1s000Uoo
18000000 probably will be accepted Ilccf > Ited fin finally flittilly ¬
ally 111 us the actualcost of the lire No Notabulation Notauulatlon Notabulation
tabulation of Individual losses 10l es that can canbe cllnbc canbe
be accepted as reliable has yet et been beenmade beonmallo beenmatlo
made and it will be several days da s before beforesatisfactory betoreIInllltnctot beforeBLttSStctOtY
satisfactory tlgures can be prepared preparedKqually prollnreilEqul1l1y preparedEquably
Equably Incomplete Is tho estimate of ofInsurance orInsurance oflumsurance
Insurance It was stated here today todaythat todaythnt todaylint
that the lie amount ot insurance was be between bftween between ¬
tween 1000000 and 000000 but what whatgave wJatItlve whatgave
gave basis to the calculation was not notclear notelcllr notclear
clear Several of the largest losers loserssaid losers8ald losersSaid
said they had not yet ct had an oppor opportunity OIJllotunlt Ol30Vunity ¬
unity tunlt to examine their policies and andthat anilthllt antithat
that meantime they could not tell what whatamount whatauutoUflt lInt lIntatilount
amount they the carried Probably no tire tireof lireot tireof
of ciml equnllllagllltude magnitude andwldcxprcad des destrlctivemisH dlstrlcthel destrietlienees
trlctivemisH trlcthel SK ever produced an equally equallysmall cqulll1yslllf411 equallysmall
small casualty lint 1I t Dozens of lire tiremen liremCII
men and thevolunteeers the who labored laboredwith laborellwith laboredWith
with them were slightly Injured by byfalling IJytalllllg byfalling
falling bricks and timber burned by byflying byJng byflying
flying Jng fire N brands or O temporarily over overcome 011COInO overCaIne ¬
come by smoke but only a few tewof of them themneeded themncedd themneeded
needed surgical or medical attention attentionThe
The small casualty list is explained eXJl tnell by bythe lJyth bythe
the th fact that the people oJlo had ample amplewarning nmplowarlling ampleivarnlng
warning and time to abandon their theirhomes theirhonle theirhomes
homes before tho Ito flames came upon uponthem uponthtm uponitem
them themTho thtmTho itemThe
Tho declaration of Mayor Hindi Hindicllffo Ulnchcllrro lunchditto
ditto that the city clt can care for Its own ownIs ownla ownIs
Is not concurred In by everybody and andthere aldthere aIttitlteromay
there tlteromay may bo an appeal later for out outside outhlu outsub ¬
side sub help helpThoye helpTho helpThoe
Thoye Tho o who are organizing a plan of ofrelief utrellet ofrelief
relief soon will 111 be able to reach a de decision decision doelision ¬
cision of the question of asking aid aidfrom aidtrom aidfrom
from other communities communitiesWith
With the flinben ntlll aglow In the thebusiness thebU41ness thebusiness
business district commercial Pater PaterKon Iaterson 1tor 1torHon
Hon planned resumption lint reitora reitoratlon restoration reitoratloii
tlon All of the bank burned out yes yesterday yeMter1a yesterday ¬
terday opened olenrotor for business In tempora temporary ¬
ry quarters today and the Ste olltclalu of ofthe otthe oftile
the banks expressed eXllre ReiJ a determination determinationto
to do their part In the maintenance of ofthe urthu oflie
the lie financial itandln and credit of the thecity thecity timecity
city cityMany Many of those whose business places placesnnd pll1ClInnd placesand
nnd homes wire destroyed were ruined ruinedfinancially rutno1t1nanclall ruinedIlnanclally
financially and must give 10 up but the themajority themllJorlty themajority
majority will 111 be able to sturt afresh afreshThey atrehThlY afreshThey
They are courageous and confident confidentThe
The underwriters and adjusters repre representing repreaentlnlt represeating ¬
seating the Insurance Insurnncecomplillies companies that thatheld thatMiLl thatbelt
held the hundreds of risks Affected by bythe byth bytht
the th fire are hurrying heie and negotiat negotiating nerotlatIng ne otlat otlatlag ¬
ing for the adjustments DdJutm nt8 of the loi loiTh losses loue1b lossesTb
Th mlllUanun malntd r on duty dllt to
da and alit will 111 be k kept pt under un lieI arms and andon
on tIUtDS duty tIut UN Iqng UH noceitsary for their theirnorvlcos th theirservices l ljll
services jll exists Much valuable prop property J1NJIIIrty property ¬
erty Is mill 1It1l1oxposd exposed und the lie authorities authoritiesare
are dctet letellnllllfl mined to prevent looting und unddisorder 1111I111I tmnticitomtler
disorder 11I olLlr In any 111I form Saloons that at attempted attellltltcl1 attelimptsi ¬
tempted to open utter midnight were werepromptly werePrOimlPtlY elo eloprollllilly
promptly closed clo rd nnd nut HIP Halo of liquor liquorwas IIIIUUInll lIquorWIlts
was nll prohibited until after daylight daylightA lIrtytlghthnalllllltt
A bread hnalllllltt and coffee tee famine wall avert averted Rvertcd avertott ¬
ed by b oulflde aid A NVwnrli bread breadcompany IJrelldCOIIIl1II breadcolniany
company early this morning started startedwagons KtartllIwteonll startetilutigonti
wagons loaded with 3000 090 loaves of ofbread utImnel ofbretid
bread for or tree distribution t1l In the thestricken theIIlrloken thestricken
stricken city Wealthy residents of ofthis otthis oftltls
this city elt ordered large supplies of cot coffee cottee cotice ¬
fee and an provisions from PassaIc New Newark Newnrk Newark ¬
ark omit New ew York YorkThe York1ho Yorkrite
The ladles relief committee linn iustculiihied es established s stllblt ¬
tablished tllblt hld Its headquaretrs In St Pauls PaulsKplscopal laullIJplacollal Petits3i1scoiiat
Kplscopal church on Broadway nnd nndwill nnEIwill amiwill
will provide food to all who ho may up apply uppl upply ¬
ply plyIn In tho hospitals are 63 persons In Injured Injurell Injured
jured In the long light against the thenames theIlllmell thetiAmes
names Two deaths wore uro due to the thecalamity thecnlumlty theculatnity
calamity One was thAt ot nn old oh wo woman woman woman ¬
man who fell eli down stairs In her anxie anxiety ¬
ty td t view the fire The other was all a awoman aOll1l1n ftwoman
woman who had just become a mother motherand motherI1nd mothertimid
and who died as the result of being beingremoved bolngrcmbvld beingremoved
removed from her home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The sternest feature which Mayor MayorHlnehclllTo MayorlIInthclllYo MayorIflnchiclllto
HlnehclllTo and his coworkers find findconfronting nudonrrontlnll llmtdconfronting
confronting them today toiln Is the necegnlty necegnltyof
of f providing employcment and henna permanent Ilerml1lent hennaneat ¬
lent homes for or the destitute destituteThe deUtuttfhe destituteThe
The fact that the great silk mills millsescaped mllliles millsesCaped
escaped es apcl1 the Hames Is most Important ImportantAbout IlIIportlJ1tAlJout imtiportufltAbout
About halt tin he population depends dependsupon 11epenilsuIon dependsupon
upon the elllt trade and If their orcu occupation orcuI1ntlon orculiation ¬
pation had been taken away nwa the situ situation situation situatlon ¬
ation would oull1 have been appalling An Another Allother tiiother ¬
other Important Industry is that of oflocomotive ot10comol1 oflocomotive
locomotive building and it was equally equallyfortunate equallyfortunato equallyfortunate
fortunate that these works ork escaped the thenames thenamel tImeflames
names The great llogers works und undthe IIndthe mindlie
the lie American Locomotive works give giveemployment gleemployment giveemployment
employment to thousands and these theseare theeur theseare
are ur running as usual today todayJust todllYJut todayJust
Just before daybreak the militia mllltlnRr mllltlnRrreltedln ar arrested ur urrested ¬
rested reltedln In ono hall 11 men caught loot lootInra lootInCiabulh1lnll lootinabulkilng
Inra InCiabulh1lnll building Companies A C mind C Cof Cor Cof
of the Fifth regiment company A of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Passaic and Jlfty lift deputy sheriffs sheriffsvere ahermlfJre
ere on guard all night They had hadorders lIailorder hadorders
orders to club any one who did not notobey notobe notobey
obey obe orders to move on The Th 120 mem members metllIJt11I metntiers ¬
tiers of Patersons police force went on onduty Oilduty otidutj
duty at 8 oclock relieving the militia militiamen mllltl1tnln militiamacn
men menThe tnlnTllo macnTime
The anarchists who have made this thiscity thiscity
city 011 their headquarter mourn the loss lossof Iouot lossof
of their favorite meeting place the of oflice otlice oflice
lice of La Questions Social It In Market Marketstreet Marketstreet IarketIItrect I
street The home of Miss 111 Ernestine ErnestineCravclln ErnelltlneCrael1a LrnestlneCmalelItt
Cravclln the young woman who at attracted attracteil attrcted ¬
tracted attention after the murder of ofKing ufKlnr ofIcing
King Humbert by her Inflammatory Inflammatoryspeeches InnolTlmatolIpueches lnflaminatorspeeches
speeches In publIc meetings also was wasburned WUburlled wasburned
burned burnedTh burnedThe
Th The homes of many others of the Pa Paterson lat Iaterson
terson t rson nnarchlils were destroyed destroyedthough destroyedthou1t destroyedthough
though Bartoldli ball which was th the ther
hoarding liouno hou g ot lliotcl the iuwiinln iuwiinlnof 1IIIJlu 11I 11II1t
of King Humbert wim mitouchod Ii Iithe by
the II III iv The houses nenr It on onStraight unStlnlght oilSttiiigit
Straight and Market streets wertf enl ull ullburned allburmied
burned to time ground groundOT
ttallroud I to I S ittitil Company Cossi l IIIIN < llo lii u 1ctttlnn 1ctttlnnIot le ctUlollPOI it Inst Instlot
POI ClintiKi CIIIIII Cli it migs of I r Vniiiip VniiiipSt Cllllr CllllrSt ett tie tieSt
St Paul Minn Fib 10Oamanda 10Oamandafor
for or a change cliii tigs of i C venue 0 II lie flout Huntiipln Huntiiplncounty 1111111111111coullty I II IIcounty
county to Hatnsey county were Illed to
dny In HID Itdmsey district court In
the two merger suits sultsIJ begun lrllt In jl JIen Isliiie tme tmepin tl <
pin county COUl1t und tiled III the district dlutrlotcourt 1I1Vlriatcourt districtcourt
court of that county Jan 3t lust
Ill one of these suits John U Mar Marquund Marqutunul Iilrqunnd >
quund IH the plaintiff on hlu own ac account aIcount ascount ¬
count and ntis for or othor stockholder und undthe alllithe ciii ciiithe
the defendants are Qre the Northern 1M 1MClllo 11Cillo laclue
Clllo Hallway company COIIIIIII nnd th olllcorj llmcelulIIl nilbcemicud olllcorjund
und directors of the t ito 10 railway company cIJlllllalllit
In the njlior her null Milton ttmleii 1I ell nnd nndSophia nnllSophia ant antSopItla
Sophia Dart Chupmun ure the th plain plaintlfts llalnlilts Plaintiffs
lilts und tho Great Northern Hnllwny Hnllwnycompany ItnllllllYl101ll111111Y ltallwnyIQimiliftity
company UN olllcerg nnd ala directors art artthe ItIUtho ttletime
the defendants defendantsKuch tllfelllllllltnI
Kuch I ulh suit Is brought to rentmln 10111 mill the theconsummation theCOIISUlIlIlIntloll lie liecouististinititioti
consummation of if the souullud sO lIlIutl mm Inulgur InulgurIlH KIT KITUH
UH contrary to the laws III 9 of Iho slate Hluttof Ktntlof slateof
of Minnesota I I I1l1elot II In SItu former mill c W Wlimm W111111I1 WIbmntt
limm nnd situ Frank 1 11 Kellogg an attor attorneys attorII ¬
neys II II make aflldavlt thut the principal principalplace ItriliclltitlPlace
place of business of it tho rotul In l In St 8tInlll t tlnul
Paul that certain of the oitlcors und unddlrcctorx IIItIdlreltorK anddIrectors
dIrectors live in HI t Paul 11111 while the theothers thoother theothers
others are imnrcHldents l of the state stateIn 8tl4lelit statelii
In till Its < latter suit M il 1 P drover for forthe torthe or orthe
the fir flrlDt out Northern makes ullliltivlt to ton ItlIt toSt
n similar effect and also demands the thechange thechullge Ito Itoehisuige
change of the plnco IlIa co of dial dialnioiiilbniNt tlllll0I111111hlllt minIClots
nioiiilbniNt Clots il list mat In I ii Dnnsmiilr I lii ttisiti ii I I Cat CatSan CnlRnlt CalHalt
San Francisco Fob 10 1Ohl Tlm town nl nlPunsimilr 01I ofItisiismnuii
Punsimilr I uII8 uh Hlsklyou county Jot miles milesnorth mlieRlIorth tithestiorthi
north o lie lion > > experienced u cloudburst cloudburstlast t tlast
last night that canted six oicupled oicupleddwellings OlllIlllelldwollhl Ottiilildduvehilngs
dwellings dwollhl < o off their foundations and < de delayed 1111InYld sirbayed ¬
bayed railroad truffle iniuiy 1t11111 hours No Nofatalities Norlltlllltiell NofatalitIes
fatalities have been repotted repottedThe
The Ill e southern end ott of Dnnsimilr Dtm risinu Sr In Inbuilt IHbuilt isbtmIlt
built on the Hide of a mountain AH s the thtiwater Ihownler thehater
water from tho lie cloudburst tore down downthe dowlItho boltitime
the mountain side It toppled over six sixdwellings sixduveiilngs Ix IxtlwllIIncs
dwellings and Hooded several others othersIly otllOIII1Iy othicitsfly
fly nlmot u miracle the occupants es escaped e ecupell cccalmed ¬
calmed Injury The Hood cnirlid Im Immense 1mIlIen Imtttemtito ¬
mense IlIen o tree trunks and bouldoru with It Itand itaitil
and deposited tentS of rubbish on thurailroad thu 1111rnllroall tjieraIlroad
railroad track which hllh parallels the Ito Hue Hueramtnlo II IIII11nto Hactiutiento
ramtnlo river at that point Tlio ho Ore Oregon Oretron Oregun ¬
gun express ox press which should have renchu renchuSan realllJon reariiSan
San Frnnclcoo this lilt morning was lielil lielilmany itokiiumany f111mlny
many hour before tho truck waR ua clear clearOrphcoii rlculOrllJroll cleatOrplicoit
Orphcoii Tlicatro llwll ro lire Inconilliiry InconilliiryChicago IllcelllllnrChlea Iticeitshlarylulcaifo
Chicago Chlea Feb eh 10 10IMIlt Hi > llef that the th Ito Ort fln1curly Ortearly firtuearly
early this morning which piuctlcally piuctlcallydestroyed IJIlJllrnllde piuttIruhlYdestrayesi
destroyed de troYll1 the Urpheou bottler was of olIncendiary ofllcelllllnu ofiticeltdlRry
Incendiary origin WilY further strength utrengthenod stlengthellod strengthertetl
enod today tuda At 4 n m tlrcnion IcnCu ex explorlng explarlng CXplorintc <
plorlng the basement dlseoveicd two twcgus twogUB twoguts
gus jets the Ito tips IIl of which Stud IlIa been re removed removed tomoved
moved spouting llumeH three feet high highAsttlntunt highASHl hIghAssistmuttt
Asttlntunt ASHl tant Flio Marshal Campion xnU xnUtoday 1111111tOdll sitIcitoday
today tOdll that when the t tire deimrtmiiil deimrtmiiilwas dupiui t Inch Inchhas
was culled last night llninon wttro din dincoveted J18covo thiscoveict
coveted covo d In three parts uf the bulldhifi bulldhifiut
ut one time The gus Jets the mursha murshaBuyx mnr mniirchialLiltyts hal halItlYII
Buyx shown the thl Incendiary attack wai waimade 11111Inllde tisusmantle
made In four places llllH The two womer womerlu lom woni4mitupurted ll llIUIJIJrted
lu ported missing have been be 1I accounted uucounteifor Ilccountedtor
for sir
Later firemen clearing away the de debrls dlhrlll dobrie <
brls on the third Hour catnu upon tin tinheiulUHB tlillIIOlldlt1I8 liv livhiottdiess
heiulUHB body of u boy The head I hilt hiltbet1I listbeemi mi mibeen
been burned oft nnd the body bo horrlbl horrlblscorched hlllriblyHlorehtll horriblytseorciiud
scorched The boy IIC IB tmppoBCd to havi havibeen III1IItJellt htuebent
been u street wait who had sough soughHheller lIoughtIIheltel so1thttshelter
shelter In ono ot the vacant olllees 01the 01 Inthe onhue
the top floor of the building Hulf i idozen 1 1dozon adozen
dozen boys bo > sometimes slept In thl thlpnrt thh1lrt hit hitraft
raft of thu bulldtnu1 uund lIj Whether othe othenot ohlllJJ ohmrhot
lJJ Y WI NIal tJhlJ 1I1tli t h lii liinot
not known knownWashington
8EN1H 8EN1HWashlnglon hNtTlWashington
Washington Feb 10 10hclI When tho sen senate sellat senate
ate at convened today Mr Hale presentee flrlsellltII
II partial conference report on the urg urgcut ur urollt urgcult
cut deficiency appropriation bill H Hexplained lie 1111explained lieexpialited <
explained that an agreement had been beetreadied beenreached beenreached
reached upon all contested items ex exccpt eXClpt LXcept
ccpt those relating to the reimburse reimbursement relmhurstlIIent reimbursemeat
meat of the Mexican government foimoney tot tormoney totmoney
money paid mint to the payment of cer certain eoltaln ccilaIn
laIn state claims for money ndvnncec ndvnncecduring 11I1ancedduring ItIlancethdurIng
during the civil war The report was wusagrecc WIISIcrle1 wasagreed
agreed Icrle1 to and another conference waD waiordered waDordered 1105ordered
ordered upon the computed cOIII Hte Items ItemsA ltolll8bill
A bill appropriating 500000 for the tinerection theerectloll theerection
erection of n public building hltl lng It ItSpokane In
Spokane Washington was paused IaMellCQnslllelntioll hiassodCnsIdematiomm pausedConsideration
Consideration of the Philippine tnrin
bill was then resumed resumedMr
Mr Ir Tumor Washington not bavins bavinsconcluded hl1lnllcOMluMd llavingColiCiUtlOd
concluded his remarks of last Friday Fridaytook II l1ltaytook 1ay 1aylook <
took the floor and continued 1 hi his speech speechMr
Mr Trunei pointed out that on t Jan
11 ISM the Filipinos established u urepublic 11Ieublll ameputihls
republic and that under that govern government govlrnmunt governinuttt ¬
ment peace and order were maintained maintainedIIUUKK nlalntalnedIIUURI maintainedhl0USt
IIUUKK IIUUKK3rtev IIUURIWnlhlnglon hl0UStWashington
Washington Feb 3rtev Dr nr Cou Couden CoulIen Coudeli
den Ute blind bllnilrhaplaln chaplain of thu house In
his Invocation 111110 lion today to < III prayed for the th res restomtlnn restorntloll reslorritlots
tomtlnn to o health of Theodore noose Hoosoveil nooseIIt lOOseveit
veil IIt Jr JrImmediately JrIIIIIIICllInt JrImmediately
Immediately IIIIIIICllInt l after the approval of otthe ofthe
the journal the consideration of the theoloomarBarlne theoloolllorgarino timeolnoumuorgarine
oloomarBarlne bill wait icuiiincd le lllneL1 Mr MrFoley 1111Foley MiFoley
Foley of Illinois tho ttrst speaker 1IlCnl to today tuday today ¬
day opposed olllo ell the lie bill hiliThe lullThe
The debate was Interrupted to allow allowthe nllowthe allowthe
the presentation of tho conference cont r ncu re report r r1urt 1stport ¬
port on the urgent deficiency bill billPlokril ulllluo11 billPkskeil
Plokril l Up i > In I thin Open Hen HenSeattle SMS SenSeattle
Seattle S l1ttlo Wash Ish F J Feb fb b loTho steamer
Nome City CII dipt Daniels which whichreached wltich1eitelted
reached port at 2 oclock this morning
from Han Francisco bud ns passengers passengersCapt paslllngerCopt passengersCapt
Capt U 1 Johnson and flve niomburs of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th crew of the schooner Lnurn Pike Pikewho Pikewho Ike Ikewho
who were picked up at Roil III a small smallboat smallboat
boat 30 miles mll off Trinidad Thursday Thursdaymorning Thutildn11I0rnlng Thtumradayimiorning
morning They left the schooner wal wallowing wnllowing Wtlllowing ¬
lowing around In tho stormy seas fast fastsinking tMtsfllklnl fastsInking
sinking from rota leaks caused caus d by ioiuti ioiutiWeather IOU iOUttenttlier I Iweathor
Weather WeatherThe weathorfhe
The Iuura Pike left San Frnnoisco Frnnoiscoon
on Jan 26 light en route to 0 Eureka Kurckafor ltrlkntor
for a carRO rJo of lumber After reaching reachingthe
the vicinity of Eureka Cnpt Johnson Johnsontried Johnsontrlell lolmnsolitried
tried to cross the bar but adverse winds windsdrove winds11roo isindsdrove
drove the schooner back Into the th ocean oceanand ocennnl11 oceanatith
and for several days the th Pikewallowed Pikewallowedaround Pike nllollecl wnhhsmwetiaround nllolleclaround
around half helpless Karly I rl on Thurs Thursday Tllurflilln Thiursday ¬
day morning It was discovered < that t the theschooner I timeschooner h hhooller
schooner was leaking and Instead of ofKottlnKbetter otIottlng ofgottIngbetSer
KottlnKbetter Iottlng bCtlor the leak became worse worseThe worseTile 0184 0184Ih
The Ih crew made futile attempts to stop stopthe stOlthe stoplie
the lie Inpouring water but the hits flood floodgained 11001IIlIlMd floodgained
gained on the men nnd thirtysix hours hourslater hourllIII hoursInter
later III tel on Friday Frldl nfternuon at 4 oclock oclockthey oelo oelothl oclnskthey
they thl took to the small boats and andreached JlIIIreached zintlreached
reached tho tht Nome City Clt which had been beenattracted bllnnttrncted beenattracted
attracted by IJ the signals o ot jitreM el Jy JyIIIR y ySng
IIIR from the sinking V vessel vesselCapt M IIAel IIAelCapt I ICapt
Capt Daniels after hearing Capt CaptJohnsons CaptJohnsonA Capt3ohnsons
Johnsons story Concluded that It was waspractically WRSpractl as asaractlcaily
practically practl II useless tn try tr and tow th thPike the thePike theIIke
Pike to toOrt jiort the southeaster r then blow blowing hlowIng 110wSag ¬
ing made Humboldt bar Impassable and andthe IIlIllthe aittiIbie
the Pike was flouting low lo down III the thowater thewllter timelater
water threatening to founder foun er at any anymoment IInymoment anymoment
moment The Nome ome City strained on onand unalld onand
and the schooner was left to her fate fateOne tntlOne fateOne
One peculiar coincidence about the therescue therPlICUO timerescue
rescue of the Pikes crew U th the fact factthat tllcttltflt fueLthat
that they were picked up In almost t the theamo thonme tImesame
same spot that the he Nome City found foundlie tOllnl1tilt
lie six members of the Illfated Valla WallaWIIIII VallaWnltaB aliaalbas
WnltaB albas crew about a month ago agothirty agothlrt agothirty
thirty thlrt miles oft Trinidad Charles CII rl s Nel Nelson NtIIon Ndcoil ¬
son Company of San Francisco Franciscoowned F Franciscoowned rnndseooWled
owned the Pike and early tarl after tench tenching tenchport teachbig
big port Cnpt aflt Johnson telagruplml telsgrll hed to tothem toItem
them the he loss of the schooner and the thefnct thefact
tarot that t he and the others > of the crew crewhad crlIhilt crewhad
had been laved They The are waiting altln for forfunds tortunds forfunds
funds to return home homeSu hOO1eHI Imonieh4utmmtr
Su h4utmmtr ftllnrCI r Conference Postponed PostponedUrui 1IIttlontIUrulllels lotutponeulUrussels
Urui Urulllels 8ls Feb eb 10 10The The reassembling reassemblingof
of the International Sugar conference conferencewhich conterencowhich commterencowhich
which was 118 to have occurred tomorrow tomorrowhat tOl11orrOlh
hat h been postponed pot oned until 7eb Fe 17
r r J
His Condition ConditionLess Co CoiidllioiiLess l1ditio It ItLess
Less Favotoble FavotobleWoclpts l Favot ot b bie bieToios Ie Ieoco
Woclpts oco s Find Young 1oosczells oosecellsLiny El111U IlUhcroClear IllIwrlo Cl1mj fobs fobsAffccledrtiis 10 be beAffccled boAffected
Affccledrtiis Affected T11 Gives he 111 Case a 1 Mote lorc Serious Sc1 riou Ol1S Aspect AspectRespiration AspeclW Aspect1spkaIioi
Respiration W and Temperature Highet lI qlzet but Pulse Bcilet BciletCtisisoftfie BellerCuss i3dllevCisis
Ctisisoftfie Cuss of IIle disease Will Villb be Readied Wednesday VcdJ1lsda
Iroton 010 tOil MUM Mn > P J1elJ b WTh condition conditionof
of if Thsodoie lloonnvelt Jr was slight slightly ¬
ly I leas favorable this tliS morning but nut nutbeyond lIItlJu litithicysimitl
beyond lJu ollll whnt lmttt the doctors were looking
for or The lung hitherto clear was lIe found
by the doctors to bo affwited by b this thistllsvusse
dlsciiHe iiml III tilt ILl tho renplmtlon 10811111110nlll111 and tern ternporauiro ternIlell em embOiuilttmu
porauiro Ilell tlll1l wore higher 1mt tho Ste pulse was
Iwtlcr IwtlcrWhile lwtiurtViullo lcl lclWhllo
While the th medical attendants claim
that th this potlents condition Is Ii not notnlnllnlnl notnhiuiittlng
manning no attnnpt Is made to concoul
the th fact that t the compUcnlon of tha thasecond thtJSLCOIIII tlicitcoitit
second lung lUll gives the cue u moro BCI BCIoua ANI ANIOUS setlGus
Gus nsp aspect nspect1011S aspectMrs ct ctMm
Mm itooMvelt slept on a cot by her herSOIIH herIIOnlI hersoils
soils Hldo during tho lie night while the
President remained In the homo tit Mr h hlIrdner
lankier adjoining the school He WIIM 11111
Joined nt breakfast at lie th + Uurdnoi
home by II Mrn te Itoosovelt t and ntl u few fewminutes fel felmhlulo fewnmlmiutes
minutes later both wont to tint dormlto dormltory dorlllitollll
ry I
ryThe The visit vi 1811 el i uf father itt ltot and cuss mother motherseemed imiuthierseemiied
seemed to brighten up Ito patient con considerably consItItruitihy ¬
siderably hllrabl hllrablJrrOIll
From the Htalomonti of r Ito phy 1hYIII1 la
lan Dr dcorge 1 11 Blnittuo of Uoston UostonIt
It npppars that the th crisIs of oCthe tho din dineauo 1111CI1 siliease
ease CI1 O will he reached on Wcdntwday nnd
the next two or three days are likely IIk h
to show Home Hwmlngly unfavorable unfavorableicpoits llItnombllleIJOIts Unfavorablel
icpoits l hut they win 11I be duo to noth nothing MthInl nothtlog ¬
log moro thnn tho regular courw of the
disease diseaseNo
No plans have yet et been he n made for the thereturu thoreturl thereturi
returu of President Hoosievelt to a Wash
liigton lie cnn twtiHln In Oroton for forten tortell fortetu
ten days dll 11 at ieait HO I far ns tho press pressuio jlrellYuro itressUto
uio of public IniHlneis hUll lieu in coni cOIiCOWII > ern d It ItBooms ttSIIIS IttlOftimlti
Booms piobable that It will he a week eek
before he leaven Ilia 11 Kvery 1 ler facility has hasbe haRheftn linePosit
be Posit n elvon him with icgnrd to com cominunlcfitlon COlliIIl11nllllIolI coinmtlltnhlatlOut
inunlcfitlon with AVunhlngton Wu hlll < toll A speilat speilattelephone AfJe petiitttelepliomie lnl lnltelephollo <
telephone lino has hern run from th thresidence lie thllrOllldence lieresidence
residence of Dr Gardner direct to the lie
White Houso for the Presidents lre ld nl pri private prlIte prisae ¬
vate Ite lice All the presidential presl ontllll niiiU niiiUcomas Jl1fLUt0I110K imutItcomIcs
comas to Oroton by way of Worcester Worcesterund Worc ntlr ntlrIIrlll
und Ayer AyerIt Lr LrIt
It wax learned today todn that another nnolherstudent notherstudent anotherstudent
student of tho school John K I Thayer
JI Is 111 with pneumonia at his homo homoTho homoIho homeThe
The other two boys Howard 1 U Potter Potterof
of New York and William Qnnuncll Qnnuncllof
of Providence who nro 111 In the school schoolbulldlngiWIth shoolIUlldllllrt schoolbulldliig5iiitht
bulldlngiWIth lIUlldllllrt With the numo disease vcni 110111roported wdiiiruportedsllghmthy vcniruportcdlsllghtly
ruportcdlsllghtly roported ftll lltly Improved this morn morning mornInlt mornittg ¬
President and Mrs llooaevelt were werewith vcr vcrwith verawIth
with the lie sick lek boy all this forenoon forenoonYoung fotOMonoullg IoononYoung
Young oullg Theodore asked for his father fathercurly tnthfrcurly tiuthierearly
curly In the day und seemed anxious anxiousthat anxIoUsthllt anxiousthat
that lie should remain with him himA
A special messenger arrived from fromWashington fron1Wllsh froniWnahmington
Washington Wllsh IIlIlon at 1030 bringing Ilocu tlocuincuts IloculIIelltll ilocuimients
incuts requiring ito presidents ntten nttentlon nttentlOII ntteuSon
Son Beoy fortelvou ort lou said tuday tudaytlmt todL todLthllt day daylint
lint In order1 that time young Olllg patient patientshould patientIIlIollltl patientmihionid
should base the benefit of the big JrIRhltt JrIRhlttlI luighteruimietlieti here heremedical
medical lI rllcal skill a prominent Now York Vorltnpcclallst YorlHpeclallst Yorkspeclahist
npcclallst In pulmonary 111I monllr diseases Jinn Jinnbeen l1I1tbfel binsiieeii
been asked to tomo to t Oroton THluuno TH
luuno of this specialIst p clallst was not jnn jnnnatinced sun sunmiotmneeti
natinced but It was understood Ilittt ihtatlie Ilitttho
ho would arrIve tonightMr tonight tomilghtMrs
Mr Poabody wife of the prlijglpfil prlijglpfilof
of Ott tin liii school Ivan expected today mind nndIt
It In thought her pretxnco ulll be very veryticcoptablu verynccoptabie
ticcoptablu to Mrs Iloosevplt IloosevpltAt
At 2 oclock tlm tim rendition of tho pa patlunt hatloitt
tlunt wn tmcliUnptid tmcliUnptidIroton imilcittingeubIrotont
Iroton Mites Vei 10 lOHeiy Heiy Oor Oorelyou Corhyou
elyou said nt 4 oclock tItle thliThoro tItleThere
There ha bias been no change since early earlymorning earlymnortmliig
morning In time condition of ThcudoH ThcudoHKooievelt Thmeot1otItuaseveht
Kooievelt Jr JrDr JrDr
Dr Alestimler Ltimbert who wtit wtitfamily ivlltsfamily
family physicIan to President Hoout 1oosevt 1oosevtwhen > v K Kwhen
when he llv livid l In this city left for or dro droton Ouoton
ton today to commit with the doctors doctorsattendingthe doctorsatteliduilgtltt
attendingthe iwnldtitits son
Her Health is Very Much BetterDelegates to Convention of ofEqual ofEqu
Equal Equ Suffragists Mothers Congress and Meeting of ofDaughters ofDaughters
Daughters of American AmerlcanRevolutioii Revolution in Washington
Special to the News NewsWashington NewsWashIngton
Washington D I C Feb lOMrs ox oxScnalor oxSjttior
Scnalor Frank J Cannon who has been beenHrfoVaoVimil
I HrfoVaoVimil wiMjks iiruble to to4teoumt to4teoumtMrs beout beoutMrs
Mrs Cannon and Mrs Dorothy Hyde Hydemother JIyilehiother
mother and daughter of Senator Can Cannon CanItolu ¬
non are hero visiting lisit lug him himMoTHKns1 is bin binMOTIWI1S
MoTHKns1 cosanKss uisiuaATES uisiuaATESMrs DIIlCIATESMrs
Mrs Dougall Mrs Walter Mentle MentleMm lietitleMrig
Mm 13 l n Wells and Mrs Taylor ot otProvo of1roio
Provo arc liOro attending the convcn
Detroit Midi Feb lOThe City Sav SavIngs Sashrigs
Ings bank did not open for Di business this thismorning liiiummorumiti
morning At 0 oclock the ito following followingnotice fohlowlmigiiutllc
notice was posted on the door doorThis doorThis
This hunk Is In the hands of George GeorgeL
L Mails banking commissioner commissionerAsked cotniniasSotmorAsked
Asked the reason for tho lie mmneslon mmneslonMr
Mr Malta salt saltFrank aldFrank
Frank C Andrews vice president of oftho oftIme
tIme bank and omimlitdoner of police Is Istlm ishiss
tlm hiss red meiNit son Thu bank hud total de deposits ¬
posits of pomuthlng over 3000000 und undAndrews anltmmclreuvs
Andrews had more than a third hits of thil thiltmtonsty Ids Idsmoney
money out on certllleil cheeks and over overdrafts overdrafts ¬
drafts There lire C3iOOi out In certi certified ceriflail ¬
flail checks and 181000 In overdtnfls overdtnflsHenry oiendmnftshlemiry
Henry 11 Andrews cashier of the lie bunk bunkadvanced banknilvutimced
advanced hilts money to Frank C An Andrews Antlrews ¬
drews without tho Ste knowledge of t the thedirectors Ito Itodirectors
directors They are entirely blameless blamelessIn
In this matter When 1 teamed of the thebanks theLuiikscoltdltlon
banks Luiikscoltdltlon condition 1 closed It I do not nothiaw notknout
knout he said In answer to another anotherijticHtlcm anothersiimestiofl
ijticHtlcm whether any steps will be betaken lietaket
taken by the directors toward legal legalproceedings legalsroceeduIigtl
proceedings ngalnat tlui M ttssis ra An Andrmvs Aimdrtavs
drmvs I will IMUV a statement this af afternoon ittterimoon ¬
ternoon on thin banks condition rite Thaclearing riteclearing
clearing house committee Is now in sos session sosshomm ¬
sion discussing the suspension suspensionDank BtliITtinsiOnIbmmnk
Dank Commissioner Malts said It did didnot dliinot
not look as though P C Andrews htul htulmuch hnsiismimrh
much to cover the umoiint he has hasdrawn hasdrawn
drawn from the bank bankThe bankVhs
The olllcfr of thin bank which was wnntrgunlzid wasrgitnlztd
trgunlzid In 1S80 or President Frank Frankc
c 1 Plngree vice iee president Frank FrankAnclrews C CAndrews
Andrews xulilcr H It Andrew A tiN tiNpletaitt n ntlstont
tlstont cashier Joseph A fjdiulte fjdiulteAccording eimulteArordlng
According to the statement of the thebanks lie liehanks
banks condition printed Dec K the thebank timehank
bank had totnl deposits of 3Ofl2405TO 3Ofl2405TOThe
The county auditors have In the City CitySavings CitySavings
Savings hank one fund of J10SOI3 and anda
a sinking fund balance of JIJTH JIJTHThe l7l4rho
The county clerk McGregor li hts x 22 22Ni 22Oil
Oil Ni In the he bunk nt register In chancery chanceryThe
The pntliv fund of the board of edu eduiRtlon eduiathofl
iRtlon money Is In tho hO City Savings SavtnKBbank Savingshank
bank Cashier H It Andrews of the theliank tii tiihank
hank belni tn treasurer siir r of the board boimlIt
It Is estimated lila Is about 1200000 1200000rhe 200000rhe
< rhe public library fund Is also In the thecity theIty
city Ity Savings bank U amounts to f9 Zti
000 000Frank
Frank C Andrews ha lmasu lied a quit quitclaim quitcinini
claim deed to the City Savings hank hankon
on several pieces ofvnluab1e prop propiety propietyTime rty rtyThe
The directors of lie City Savings Savingsbank SavIngsbatik
bank have published th the following fnliowhiigctatunioii followingstatement
statement statementIn
In Juttlro to ourselves our tipped deposltors tippedtci1s
tors tci1s and stockholders the undersigned
directors of the City Savings bank bankmake tacitImimiltO
make the following rtatament Enry Enryon Enr Enron
on Saturflny morning wo learned foi1 foi1the foCIto
the llrst time that Henry i A AndrewM AndrewMeutshmi4r idrew idrewcashUr
cashUr of the bank had nHiwed Prank PrankP
P Andruw to overdraw his uocoutir uocoutirIn
In the sum of over 1500000 and had ais aiswithout j jwithout
without consideration certified Frntik
C 4 Andrews checks for or DV ivtr < T 700
000 nil of which chocks weia weiaoutstanding iveisouitstondimtg
outstanding The bank was put putIn putIn
In the hands of the banking bankingcommissioner bankingccsmmissbmner
commissioner and not about to get ail ailthe nitthis
the security wo could Frank C C An Andrews AlltIrlv
drews has turned over to the bank n
large amount of securities from which whichwe
we hope to pay oAr depositors In full fullThe fullThe
The banking commissioner 1ms 1msdeemed lta ltadeemmtcd
deemed it the wisest policy to close tin tinbank thebatik
bank for or tho present for the best lr lrcrests Interests
crests of all depositors Outside of ttiA ttiAFrank thiflFrank
Frank C Andrews Indebtedness nnd nndcheeks nrm nrmchecks
cheeks the bank was never In a betu bettrcondition r rcondition
condition F C IWclHEfi IWclHEfiWAttD tlNOHEIWAIID
The clearing house committee had Sj
little Infonnatlon at hand in regard Ii Iitime 1 1 1the
the banks affairs that they could net netaccomplish notaecomimphishi
accomplish much at their mumlng mumlngmeeting mnonnlngmeeting
meeting Another meeting will Iw held heldlater heldlater
later this afternoon Commissioner ot otHanking ofIlankhmig
Hanking George L Malts says It will b blate bu buhate
late this afternoon before he can l lssU lssUa au i ia
a statement on the banks condition U Uwill ItIriSh
will be neeewwry tp p examine the booki bookiof
of the banks brunches on Qratlot ave avenue acnuts ¬
nuts before the statement can Issue Mr MrMaltz MrMalta
Malta says ho will appropriate one c ct ctlie < f fthe
the lie local trust companys receivers for forthe or ortIme
the Institution thIs afternoon afternoonFrank afternoonVnunk
Frank C Andrew has today toda > signed signedover g gover
over to tti Iii City Savltlgs i4u Itfgs bank all of hIS liUreal hISteal
real estate holdings and tills afternoon afternoonwas
was In confereiuv with the directors directorsthe cf cfthe <
the Detroit Trust company the stock stockholders stockholders ¬
holders of the City Savings bank an Ant Antothter t tother
other creditor It In expected he will willIssue wlitisitte
Issue n statement later Walking uj ujnnd ujflmitb
nnd down the hallway outside the uurc uurccompanys trurtcOintliiyS
companys ollkeg hf sold soldYou saidYoti
You men can point to a mo as an ex example cxample
ample of the result of the speculation speculationmanlA sliecumatlontimanhit
manlA manlACourt timanhitCourt
Court Auditor Hurt Christian ami amiCcullen anlCeuhiemi
Ccullen end County Pro Prosecutor oulor Hun Hunheld Hunheld
held a worst ronferenro thin noon wIth witiiProsecutor wIthIroeeeutor
Prosecutor Hunt About 150000 if ifcounty ctcounty
county funds ar are on deposit In the City CitySavlnsw CitYSarlnisut
Savlnsw Hank
i H
Wlllemstnd Island of Coracon Feb FebI0bemteral
10 I0bemteral General Andrado the lie former presi president president ¬
dent of Venezuela who reached this thisInland hIslidansl
Inland recently embarked on board the therevolutionary therevolutionary
revolutionary steamer Llbertador dur during duirlog ¬
log the night of Feb 7J The Llber Llbertador Llbertador ¬
tador some dam ago landed a force of ofInsurgents oflosurgeitti
Insurgents on the Venezuelan const and andthey andthey
they subsequently took possession of ofthe oflie
the village of Cumarebo situated near neariJiVela nearIaVela
iJiVela Do Coro The Venezuelan gun gunboat gunboat ¬
boat General Crespo which attempted attemptedto
to 0 prevent the landing wu was tired upon uponand upoitanti
and badly damaged by the Llbertndor LlbertndorThe
The Crespo had her propeller shaft shaftbroken shaftbroken
broken brokenThe brokenThe
The success of the Llbertadoc has hascaused hisscaused
caused a sensation at Cameos where wheregreat wherevest
great commotion prevails Th news
tlon ot if cauat uiffraglati Mother MotherCongress MothersCongress
Congress and am Daughters of Amerlcni AmerlcniRevolution mi miflevoltmtlon
Revolution RevolutionPensions I IPeiisionti
Pensions tJtah tJtalmlncrease Increase ntldolth ntldolthAlfr ltddOljdiAlfr
Alfr Bali Lake Mexican war John Johnllrnmlmll Johnlhrtinilmithl
llrnmlmll aiendalu Jtt 12 JV hoOrlgi IthoOrlgmnal hoOrlginut
nut Jqlin Muyxe Laelede 4noledeAlimert Ji JiAlbert
Albert W Casey Bait Lake lies been beenadmitted beenmiubiiilttetb
admitted tn practice before tho lie Interiortlepitrtmnent Interior Interiordepartment
received there from the Interior ot Yen Venezuela Yenozuehft ¬
ezuela Is not favorable to the KCATII KCATIIment gosriimeat
meat U Is announced the Insurgents Insurgentsure
tire very active especially In the vidm vidmty ILlntty
ty of I Iiavquisimoto IiavquisimotoThe > ai < iul meto metoThe
The ieolutlon a against aln t President Cas Castro as astro ¬
tro U gaining ground visibly visiblyWlllcmttad visiblyWihiemetad
Wlllcmttad Island ot Curacoa Feb Feb10Cannonading
10 Cannonading lute been heard bert herufrom bertfrom
from early morning in the direction ot otthe oftIme
the Venezuslan roast It is believed believedthat beiieveStat
that th the Llbertndor ban been engaged engagedwith engagedwith
with another Venezuelan gunboat gunboatThe
The report of the engagement be between between ¬
tween the Llbertador and the General GeneralCrespo GeneralCrespo
Crespo appears to be confirmed It U Ufurther Lifurther
further asserted that the Crefpo lanU lanUin
in this todsttad of Cumarebo

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