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JJtfpllO jitfP1
rrb 5 Irrdatfl by Y the theVenezuelas tie tieo
u lnttOJ r fII en Venezuelas Venezuelaso enozuela er2ozuelrtettthe s srIenttl1le
0 1lnJl addrs to o the British BritishPayments lJrltlshblllador Britisht
rIenttl1le Mon Mondt i IIISI ie ieaccept rdUslng rdUslngaccept
adr on O
blllador o 1I1 for n nrille flee
accept the rtlILI > Payments by byGermany bych y yct
prt prrtfl
rille 01 ° Germany nnd nndP nndlIert nd ndwere
ch Oreat Gt to wohO DrllIIl o P pr r cent and andoJtor andlemlllnlM UflIining
were ining eight t oJtor nations nationsonmofLaCluay lIatlonsrer mtt1ner
lemlllnlM ustoillS onmofLaCluay onmofLaCluayi ot Ln QUaY Ouaylod QUaYertD
cent 01 tll ff10
rer er bell the tie IIl11ed pow powhare POWhive
ruertol ertD
lod i Instructed n trusted tblr rcpresenta rcpresentai represen ta taf
hare i here to aubmlt ul Ut1TiI n > tha th ha question Ct Ctt otmntJaI ofert1aI
seiiieinnt seiiieinntlt seUlementrruldenl ettfeH1CfltNaInt
mntJaI treatment t tyr v
rruldenl 1I0ofc clt lt and In the theik
ik tbllllJe that i he dei deelines 1IJKS to lilt 411 l as n Qrbl nrblto
01 thl ttIIt III j IO I oiL1 bl tho hO entire entiree entfrorielin
2 2fof to takl
e rielin cl1II questliln ta The lIe Jlague foremrnt for toreiteflt
emrnt Ihereb IWd king kifl oft lIego lIegoions flegoO
with Vj1 Nt Ir Bo ItOWfl ItOWflI n nIIi
ions O
otlok tOlTlorrvw at the lint DrltrmhauY lintiUibEy
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there 111 U be a conference conferencebHtPtfentaUp9
bHtPtfentaUp9 hr 1 r ot If Ihe III atIte atIteitc lies lieslifoi
that th thhrewit thu London Londonrnmenll Londonrttflt
lifoi itc fof 0 of tho tIO fct It
the lead In InmoUUons In1gotItIOn
hrewit rnmenll It nw takIng
K moUUons 18ions the H British mboMtt anbassaIII mboMttlllPKsUent
1111 lllPKsUent III prtslJe Al II thli conference In Intaexn 1nlIIa fl flaattae
lIIa aattae Ume taexn he h expets exrit ti to Bavpnn nave nnln an In InwItit
LjJIf 11 lIltll lth th Ihe fc rtary of it state statefacfthe stnten
n he will Round und as c to the prolla prollatt
facfthe ot the president a acceptance of ofjf otlUlU ofithe
tt lUlU requel It It Is found that thatnienuwwt thatIJent thattt
IJent nienuwwt tt Jlooseelt l IR n not ° t disposed dlspo ed to tottmself toI totInistif
I ttmself to be dragged Into the theotUtloni thetlatlons theUatlna
otUtloni the Instructions of the thoireiVs IhoI
I ireiVs are sudi as a to peimlt them to tor tofO
Co r fO the tt tmbArrlu mbaratneflt nb rrasiinent tnent of a rejec rejecat
Iitthelmridscf at Itt bad ot Mr Ir Hoosevelt and andta4
Eeid ta4 14 of OlluI ipaHing lng known their wishes lshe4IrdlttP tshe tshedl
Itat IrdlttP dl itei will be taki takln n to draw dia up uptjidcol liptoeo uptocot
tjidcol toeo with Mr tb Dowen for a refer refert
t of f tbe cm CIlsetn ca ° t The Hague as RUg sugifl RUgdbjl ougb
ifl dbjl bs b him him In his note of last Mon Monr MonThe IonThe
r The British nmbassidor nmbass dor was the thettl thet
ttl t tbe reprfffntatlves es to receive receive4rtctlors receheroctlons receiverCCtIOF
4rtctlors rCCtIOF to this effect and the lie mat matii miltUI matdauo3ed
UI ii discussed at the noonday con connet cone
late net e Mwn OL the three reprcsenta reprcsentai
i of t tAe e alllei allleinovaccnient alliesnounccment ilIlerijocernent
novaccnient uf the dei derision Islon of the thein theItO
ItO in ihundan further tiecotlntlons
d Mr fr r Bowen DOlIenhasnot has not been received receledurprlle recetvettrrIe
1 iiirprlse rrIe by the th few officials of tho thoShlDto thoblnton theojton
ShlDto blnton ojton government who have h baseil1id vc vcadl1d
t idvtsed of It Ithlllau Ithe
tut hlllau he llajue tribunal said one oil ofnol oilef
ol the ho administration tonight has hashMtl hasionr tinsIong
hMtl Iong b bl KO ti kept ke lln In night as a a l port portiMjrtn portMy portbiy
iMjrtn My In case ca the negotiations nt > heio heionot heronol heiorrt
not produrtlve of a final settle settleL
I L And Aa M II for the suggestion that thatruldnt thattnltrt
Irrtildnt ruldnt act 01 arbiter that hat hata
a favorite Idea of the allies since sincejUf sInceterlnnlng sincetqrtg
jUf terlnnlng Inning of the trouble troubletfti troubleUlhet
tfti te Ulhet tr r ppsjaent Pr sJdent Hoosevelt will 11I ac actills acllils aclbs
tills Invitation of the allies IB not notn I
fen n An n oiflclal of the admlnlstra Ildmlnlstrunpremd adnilnistruuased
Itiirnsed npremd his surprise tonight that thntIlIIfl thatillifi
lilllfs IlIIfl were rre willing to submit this thisJon thistlOD thIsoo
Jon oo to the president In view vie of ota ofat
I act a < 1 that their thelrrepNsentatives thelrrepNsentativesa representatives repriasentattveso
Ill a the toot few dajs hale Informed Informedp
p br table c ble that the president views viewsdllOr viewildlitvor
J dliftvor th the contention of the al alfor alfor atfr
for referential treatment There
b bIHulhorlty btst t authority thorIty for the statement statementetherfIreat
I teller etherfIreat Great llrltaln nor Germany Germanyu
Krwi roi u of submltUng Its cane to The TheInstructions TheInstctns Ihet
e Instructions received by b the thesh theLolbasiador
lib sh imUsudof IIn 4SI Or arc not quite clear clearthe
lo the ilttnutlve to b be pursued In Inevent Inmnt IniTent
event that the president declined decllnetJtll
V tll t as arbiter ortir o i question of ofjrity ott ofty
jrity t ty of payments l1ents It Is not known knowner
Bltr er the jirolocol which ulll then thenp thenIln
p 05 Iln D up with Mr lr loen will pro
jtora for a refcrtfaca ttfrr nce of the entire case casot
pt tt t hague or whether the allies are arer
r t to t haeThf han Thr Hague arbitrate orbltratoe
toe e iiuwtlon QU tlon of Ir inferential erehtlal treat
t I Th TIle drafting of the protocol
It I Ii i expected of orup O upy some time
t It U the undentanding that upon
tJlcrujion of the oh matter either to
rWdeni Went or The Hague the block
ii 1110 I to b bt < raised at once oncmI01ed
ievnortd h ooid today tcxll th thllt t during llurl ng a call
oast ljujdt the Ilrst secretary se retary of ofjirntan
Gmnln jirntan etnbas embassy y upon Mr Ir Uow
ai I nornlnr th > latter stated to
til a RlIllhjneBa IUllhnI 3 to make to Ger GerPr17M
y II sal Ital > a cub payment ot
t Pr17M Jr r 7GOO enh en li This was as done
UI of Mr r tow Dowens en a nc lid tlon Ion In tho thoH
H am w a the nceututlons nrlljtl llans In con
r to Great uniiu jj a similar similar1I
Jt ° 1I ttQrsatlsfactluii fjr r wtlsfaction s Uol of Co the alleged all ed
1II n lne Lfl British govern
tahned Its dtlztn have suffered suffcrejPI
CIIUll PI This l > amount was named
e Bntlih anrtui anrtuiV I1IJIb I1IJIbWII i
V WII intimated Intlmat d t o y that Franco FrancoiM
t no flow come fll11 fi i 1 iM and Mlt tor torr
tII1t au
fen 1InWII Ivr r herself liS s sout
the alllr alllrtlolf
tlolf InllnntloM h l4ve P leaked out outstalls
ltrardlnl ntJiI1 stalls ttII5 of the
r rihd d by t
flnj 0 0Us al
AttePled b by 11 rt1a for tile
Tlnl of
their Us Ustu against l
tUflattlr rutfal tllp tii xdl tu > Question of ofI
I Th The tcpttl1le1t iatme l b I have been
An Aiv
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State In 19 s t cruty llety the
i UPOn plan Luau
Mtr Ih
1011 OO hu h 11eferentlal
GI Ibtcalm p I J tllp ttu adJudlea
Ilon rall r the credl
Intere tnteret t i I t be
y a
SIparate parUe
tJatalt h mni lIm one for
tio lOt r flit hg
11111 ft tr lll1 comnls
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poInt olnl III t tQR cr 1 111 it power poweramoas
rn tr I QR QROthr t r amoas to toinn
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WtIJ ia rnlnst to fllher the
J IC Othr t P 01 r r rfgi IRI affairs affairstne
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ill ii Make iikLeas0
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lease of Lifo for fo an Iowa
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the III r
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L ti al Iulmuls Qlh foj ThunablO1 Th t enablj the
try tiTian utP1IeutreDglhen
tr5torlDit Te5ttitKi1cltth bealth
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Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Sus Suspect Suspect Suspct ¬
pect It ItTo ItTo RFo
To Prove Pr v what wli t he Iheareat Great Kidney Remedy SwampRoot Will Do Dofor Dofor Dofor
for YOU Every Ever Render ol the
Deseret News May RY Have a aSample nSemple aSample
Sample Bottle Sent Absolutely Free by Mail MailIt Matitused
It used to be considered that only urinary ami amibladder nnllbladdor amibladder
bladder tioublea wero to be traced to o the kid kidneys kidneys kidads ¬
neys but now modern science 8 proves that nearly nearlynil
nil diseases have their beginning In the ho disorder disorderof
of these meat Important organs organsThe ofganSThe organsThe
The kidneys filter and purify purlythe the bloodthat Is Istheir I Ithclr Iitheir
their work workTherefore worlTherefore workTherefore
Therefore when your kidneys nre weak or out outof outot outof
of order you can understand under tllnd hov ho quickly your yourentire yourcntlro yourntle
entire body Is affectad affect c1 nnd how every organ ortanseems organleemo organseems
seems to fall to do Its duty dutyIf dut dutIt
It you dee re sick or feel badly begin taking takingthe takln taklnthe takingthe
the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp
Hoot because as soon as your our kidneys are well wellthey wellthey wellthey
they wilt help h lp nil the other organs to health A DR o KILAWS KILAWSSMPROOT 3
trial will convince COllvnceanyone COllvnceanyoneWeak anyone anyoneWeak anyoneVeak
Weak end unhealthy kidneys are responsible responsiblefor SMPROOT SMPROOTKldnijairerBUldit i
for nmny moon kinds of diseases and If permitted to tocontinue tocontinue tocontinue
continue much uurfcrlngtrlth fatalresuIUare rutal ruulture sure sureto sureto SUreto KldnijairerBUldit KldnijairerBUlditCURE
to follow Kidney mdne trouble Irritates the th nerves nervesmakes fIervcsmnkes CURE CUREslclans CUREmakes
makes you dizzy diu restless sleepless and IrrltnBle Irrltn le
Makes you pass Water often during the day and andobligee andobll
obliges obll es you to get up many man times during tho thonight thonIght tImenight °
night Unhealthy kidneys cause rheumatism rheumatismravel rheu111ntlsmrlel rlueuuinatisuuigrasel
ravel catarrh of the bladder pain or dull ache acheIn achein
In the back joints and muscles makes your yourhead I Ihead
head ache and back ache causes Indigestion Indigestionstomach Indgeslpnstollllcil Indigestionstomach
stomach and liver trouble you get et a 1 sallow yet yellow YIIlow yetlow ¬
low complexion makes you Ol ou feel as though you youhad youhad youhad
had heart trouble you may have plenty of anibl anibltlon ambltlOII uinmbltion
tlon but no strength ret weak we ale and waite wast away awayThe awayThe I ITime
The cure for or these troubles Is Dr Kilmers ft itSwalnpltoot
SwampHoot the worldfumoua Kidney remedy
In eking BwumpKoot you ou afford natural help to toNature OLT PT 0 0Nature
Nature for SwampHoot In ii the most perfect J
healer heal r und gentle aid to the kidneys Idl1ne 11 that Is Isknown a
known to medical science scienceIf > c cIf lU
If there Is any doubt In your our mind as to your our 1 r
Condition taKu 1111 from rom your ollr urine on rising about 1
four ounces place It In a glass Or bottle and let I IIt
It ntaiid twentyfour hours If on examination It ItIs 114 114Is itIs
Is milky or cloudy If there Is a brickdual set settling settllag ¬ W WtJlng
tling or If small particles float about In It your
kidneys are In need of Immediate attention
9MBlp noot Is J rcmnt to t TakflJ rab
BwampHcot Is pleasant to take and Is used uDedl
In the leading hospitals recommended by ploy ph regular r fiftycent and one dol dolDR
slclans In their private practice and Is taken by II lar size bottles at the drug drugstores drU
doctors themselves who have kidney nllmentp stores everywhere Dunt make makeany
becaUHe they recognize In It the Greatest t and nndmost any mlttake but remember r tht thjname
most successful remedy for kidney kldnc liver and name SwampHoot Dr Kil Kilmers ¬
bladder troubles troublesIf mers SwampHoot and tht thtaddress
If you OU are already convinced that SwampRoot I address lllnghamton N Y on
l Is what you OIl ned eIJd you OU can purchase the thevctY nery bftttle bftttleSPECIAL hCIUleSPECIAr hittleSPEcIAT4
SPECIAL NOTICE NfJTICETou Tou may have a fnmplo bottle of this wonderful wonderfulremedy wOhdertulremed iii iiiremedy
remedy SwampRoot sent absolutely free by mall also a book lio k telling All Allabout lullabout IIIabollt
about SwampHoot and containing many IIIl1n in any of the thousands < 1K upon thousands thousandsof thOIl llrfdK llrfdKot
of testimonial letteta received eiVed from trcI I men 111 en and women who owe their good
health In fact their very H liven to the great curative properties of Swamp
Hoot In writing to Dr Kilmer Co Hlnghnmpton N Y he sure to say sa saOU
you OU read this generous gen rolls offer In the 8 nut Lqke Dally Dcserot News Ne s
Where the services of on arbiter are nreneeded melIeelled areneeded
needed the king of Spain will In all allprobability allprobability allprobability
probability Mlcct for this mlnalon the theSpanish theSpanlRh theSpanish
Spanish minuter at Corneas who hC1 Is Isiccognhcd Islecognl2cd IsrecognIsed
iccognhcd as an able ablodlplomnt ablodlplomntAtter diplomat diplomatAfter dipiomatAfter
After the commission claims liave liavebeen 1111YObeen luavobeen
been adjusted they ate to be collected collectedby
by the Venezuelan officials from the thecuutoms thecustoms thecustoms
customs receipts of the two ports of ofPuerto otIuerto ofPuerto
Puerto Cabello and Lu itmyra 30 por porcent pelcenl pemcent
cent being tIme amount which Mr Bow Bowen no noen Uowen
en and the allies have agreed agree upon uponshrill uponRholl Uponetinit
shrill be set aside for this purpose In Inthe Inthe
the event that the Caracas government governmentpermlti goernmentptrmlts governmentPermits
Permits 30 30dnsat days nt any time during duilntthe dUllngthe
the settlement of the claims to rasa rasawithout IH189without aea aeawithout
without prompt and and full payments to toany totill toany
any till nation the plan provide Unit tbo tboIlelglan thaJlelglan lie lieIleiglan
Ilelglan government shall then atep st p In Inand Inand inand
and take charge of the administration administrationof
of tho customs receipts recelptsto to Insure fair fairtreatment fairtreatment fairtreatment
treatment for the foreigners This ThI Idea Ideawas Ideawns ideaslts
was suggested Suggo ted to Mr Howen by L the thofact thefact thefact
fact that the lie Ilelplans are now In en entire entire entire ¬
tire charge of the administration of the thecustoms thecustOllS tli tlicUetoflil
customs receipts of Persia where Mr MrIiowen MrBowen Ir IrBowen
Bowen was minister beforo his ap appointment apOlntment appointment ¬
pointment to Venezuela VenezuelaAn Venez ea eaAn <
An official of the Washington gov government government go goeminent ¬
ernment upon learning 1 l rnng tonight of the th thIntcnllon
Intention of the allies to appeal to Pres President PresIdent Freeident ¬
ident Roosevelt to act ns mblter for forthem torthem forthem
them In the matter or ° f preferential preferentialtreatment preferentialtreatment Jreterentlnltreatment
treatment made the he point that If the theallies thoallies thealUes
allies appeal npp > ol to totho the president without withoutfirst wltholltfirst withoutfleet
first consulting Mr Bowen and gaining
his consent Venezuela will feel that
her rights are being trampled on and andunless Rntlunles9 andunless
unless her permission Is gained will willcertainly willcerwlnl svlllcertainly
certainly cerwlnl not consent to the powers powersnaming powersIIImlnlC powersnaming
naming the arbiter of this vital ques question queslion queaIon ¬
lion in the th event that the ha matter goes
to The Hague the allies will only be beaccepting b baccepllng beaccepting <
accepting the proposition made by Mr
Howen In his hi ultimatum addressed to tothe toIhe tothe
the British anbassador last Monday
Baron Sternberg find a conference conferencewith conCerencowith conferencewith
with Mr Bowen at a Into hour tonight
He went to Mr fr Bow DOIIljns ng hotel hotelrom from the
White House whero he had attended attendedthe
the congressional congr ssional reception and the
two remained In consultation for n
halfhour Neither one would make a astatement aitatement
statement at the conclusion of the con ¬
An Aged ACcllFnrlllcr Farmer Murdered MurderedBird UiirderetlBird IurdlrellDlrtl
Bird City Kan Feb I eb 6 Benjamin
Knott aged 70 years yen cais Ill a welltodo
firmer was found dead In his rooms
here today tOda his head crurhed with sonm
blunt nistrument and lying In a pod podof
of blood The dead man came here heroroam
from roam York Neb whore he has a broth brother ¬
er J 1 S Knott lIe had just sold Bom 80mlklllI
Irnd and aiuu It Is believed he was murder murdered lnu er eret ¬
ed and robbed robbedFiremen robbed1lremoll robbedFiremen
Firemen Almost Asphyxiated AsphyxiatedSan
San Francisco J Feb 5 SA A flrc ire nt
C31 t3 Market Street a threestory build
Ing tonight caused JWOOO 9Q00 < 1 damage Th
building vats occupied by b Le Count
Brother Co stationers AbrohaniH
near fancy good and tho Laglecon
shirt company Five firemen were weivstalCn Iftl IftltIIn weretacen
talCn to the hospital Buffering from fromasphyxiation fromaphyxkttion I Inphxldtlon
asphyxiation Incurred In llghtlnff the
fir dcv I
lIellV Heavy Ullzzard In Wyoming WyomingAnaconda WrornlnlAnacondn WyomningAnaconda >
Anaconda Mont Feb 5 GA A special
tn the Standard from Billings sayn sa the tbiwestbound UcHltboulld the5rstbontmd
westbound Burlington train which whichreached whichreached whichreached
reached there 10 hour late passed Ims ui I IlIuough
through one of the flerpest fi Ip1 1 blizzards In
the northeastern part of Wyoming that thatrt
hrs rt ever Cl l been en known In that Btnti
Toltgraphlo Tl rnlhla and telephonic communi communication communilotlon coinmUncation ¬
cation Is paralyzed cattle arc as dying dlnJnnll
end traffic U practically ut t a stnnd stnndltIIl standhIners
Minors Dcninmln Ilcliuoil IlcliuoilIndianapolis HchIPIIIndlannpolls IteinsedIndianapolIs
Indianapolis FebI FebSAt Feb At the opera operators opC1ntors optiontore ¬
tors and miners Joint wage meeting meetingthe meetingIhe meetingtile
the reViort of the Joint scale and subscalpcommittee sub rubscale Iublommltee
scalpcommittee scale cOmmittee ina ns made It howed jhowedthat howedIhnt howedthat
that the Iheoperl1tor8 operators hnd refused to grant
the miners demands and had offered
10 cents mlvatice IIIh ulce on one and ant one one10urthInch
tonrthlnch screen coal 0 cents In Increase Incre Increase ¬
crease cre Ie on run of mine and hat the
Inside day dl labor should be b Increased Incrensel1ln In
In the same proportlonjwlth roportlonJ with lIh the ex exception uceptlon caception ¬
ception of drivers who Xvould oulll lx be > ad advqnced ndVlh adsqn
vqnced Vlh tr lo 0 ot1iSa JS ttS1I a day ta The general ad advance ndonce adVance ¬
vance Would Increase intreasethts this to t2SC t2SCPolitic 25GPolltici c cPolitics
Politic In French Schools KclmnliParis SchoolsParis clm01lParts
Paris Fib 8 eIn In the discussion dl unlon of oftho otthtl
the budget budt t of public Instruction In tho thochamber thochalllbtr thechamber
chamber of deputies the Nationalist
Deputy Syveton attacked the govern government governSmacnt Olenlmfnt ¬
ment on the ground that It had encou encoucgcd encoucld encoucage4
cgcd and ftn < J even forced torceclteacherll teachers In the tleprimary tlaIrlmar theIrImary
primary schools to UN u their nHuencii nHuenciiviJh ntluenculUh ufluences4th
viJh the pupils for political purpose
M 1 Chaumle Chaumlel minister of public Inatruc
Ion replied re replIemi lIeu that the tearhtr were werelnAklllfC weromaking werenlA3ttng
making an admirable political POPPa
giinda nnd were forming good citizens
In leaching the pupils to love the re republic republic ccpublIc ¬
public and their country countryea
° Yes ea continued I the minister WItHO wo woato
ato encouraging them In doing thfe and
I do tb not think that any nn republican republicanchamber republlcl1chumbtr republicanchamber
chamber can reproach us for no o doing
A 4 resolution was adopted unani unanimously unanlmnusl unantmotusly ¬
mously mnusl approving the declaration of the thegovernment th thIoerrunellt thegovernunent
government and expressing the sym sympathy 8 ebinpathy Jn Jnrnth ¬
pathy and the gratitude of the cham chtmnbar ¬
ber to all the teachers In the primary primaryfirhools prhnnl1ndlool nrimnarorhmoois
firhools for their devotion U ttP France Franceand rnncf rnncfand raneeand
and tho republic republicThe republicrime
The house then adopted tho remain remainIntT remain1I1t remainmit
IntT clauses of the public Instruction
budget and ndjourned ndjournedDen ndJournldOen
Den Luis Torres HCHllnHTucson Ilcwl HCHllnH fleilignITucson ns nsTuc
Tuc Tucson m ArIa Feb I eb C GSfnr Star advices advicesfrom advlctarom adviceefreon
from rom Hennoalllo Mexico state that thatden IhatGen thatlen
den Luis Torres has resigned his com command command coonoranol ¬
mand of the first military mllltm zone by re request fCflueRt ccuUeMt ¬
quest lIe Is succeeded by tJ BrigGen BrigGenLorenzo DrlgOenIorclzo BrIgGenLorcnzo
Lorenzo Torres The reason assigned assignedby
by 11 iy the th minister n nlstr of war are that Torres TorresWM TorresWRt Torressvn1
WM not active enough against the Yn Ynqul YnIGI
qul Indians Torres friends clalnt that thatMs thatJ1ls thatliim
Ms close clo e friendship with Gen Reyoi Reyoiexminister I1ee I1eelxmlnlgter Iteynsoxminister
exminister of war was M the thocnuso cause of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the call for his resignation Reyes Is Isconsidered 18cOll8ldered Isconsidered
considered a formidable candidate for forthe fortile forthe
the presidency The removal of Torres TorresIs
Is said to be In accord with the polio polioof pollcoC policyof
of the administration regarding legllrdlngll1eell legllrdlngll1eellUmfonlI Re ltoyes ltoyesHawaiis > cs csllnxvons
llnxvons lowers May bo Null NullParis NullParIs in II IIlarls
Paris Feb C CTht The correspondent o othe ot otthc ofthe
the Maim at Caracas telegraphs that thata
a pamphlet Is being circulated In that thatcity thatlIt thatIt
city lIt It In which It fs s asserted that tho thopoweis thopowers thepowers
powers conferred on Minister Bowen bjPresident b bPresident bj byPresident
President Castro are null because o oan ct ctnn Citan
an article In the Venezuelan V conatltu conatltutlon constltutlon constitUlion
tlon providing that a representative 0 qt qtYenezuelll qfenezueia
Venezuela In n such cases must have at atauthorization Inauthorization anauthorization
authorization In order to serve the ro ropublic rDpublic ropublic
public and the pamphlet t points ou outhat out outthnt outthat
that Minister Bowen has no such nu nuthorlzatlon nuthorlzntlon nuthmorizatlon
thorlzatlon Moreover according to the thepamphlet thepnn1lhlet thepnnphlet
pamphlet any an convention lie may tie tiecollate neotlll nogotlate
collate otlll will be Invalid Unless It Is con conllrmed contlrmed confirmed
firmed by the Venezuelan congress
Negotiating With Prlnoctn LonlioVienna 110ulloVienna Lonlio hoiuiseVienna
Vienna Feb FI > 6 GIt It is stated author authoritatlvely authorItntlely authorItativouty
itatlvely that a meeting has been ar arranged nrranged arranged
ranged between the former Crown
Princess of Saxonyand Slxony and an authorized authorizedrepresentative authorizedrepresentallve authorIzedrepresentative
representative of her father on thc ex express express cxpress
press condition l that she stall come to toAustria toAUlltrla toAustria
Austria unaccompanied by b M Giron OlronShe GironShl GironShe
She will ihi not be allowed all w l to enter the
house of her father Ferdinand IV 1 non nonregnant nonregnnnt nonregnant
regnant grand duke of Tusqnnybut th thresidence the theresidence theresidence
residence of her brother Archduke P Pter Pc Pcter lsten
ter Ferdinand Algen Igen near Balzburg I Is
being prepared for her reception receptionIrctcndrrn receptionIretellllrrlt receptionlrctendnrs
Irctcndrrn Ksunpo I cnllo Confirmed ConfirmedLondon ConOrll1ldLondon ConhlrmnvolLondon
London Feb 8 GThe The correupondent o othe ot otthe ofthe
the Morning Leader at Tangier tele telegraphs teleraph9 Idegraphs
graphs that the escape of theprctend theprctender
er Bu Honiara 11 a ilia 11 In confirmed It Is an announced announced announced
nounced says the correspondent that thatho
the American missionaries mlR lonntl ll tlll star start
for Fez e today Friday Frida Frida80ml1
Some apprehension exists regarding
their safety
An Oregon Fugitive From Justice JusticeCommits JusticeCoiriinlts JusticoCotir
Commits Cotir tts Suicide StiicldoUE SuicideI SuicidelIE SuicideHE
J JUnllll 0fluvIng
Unllll lleen Wontiiteit olliider i by > y n 1 Iurtu Iunhll Fursutug Iurtuliij
tug tone lie Turin luruu llarolv r oil oilIltmieir 011IIl1uelf oilHlinelr
Iltmieir Seutllnu Bullet In Head HeadCorvnllls lIeallCorvalll IliadCorvallis
Corvnllls Ore Feb 5 Edwnrd 5EdwardWhite EdwnrdWhite EdVari1White
White the fugitive trusty recently es escaped escaped ascaped ¬
caped from tho Oregon penitentiary penitentiarymltatlnt penltentllrIrnltlltlng penitentiaryImitating
Imitating tho noted flOt d outl outluw w Harry HarryPracy UarryTrnc harryTracy
Tracy Trnc killed himself yesterday near nearIddyvllle nearl nearEddyvlhle
Iddyvllle l 30 miles west of Corvallls Corvalllsafter Corvallisafter
after having been wounded by the pos posse pospe poeCe ¬
se In pursuit The body watt brought broughttere broughthere broughtlucre
here tere at noon today en route to the pen pententlary licn licnlIenUary pdnItentlary
tentlary for burial burialIn I IIn
In tho encounter White had been beenrought belllbrought becutbrought
brought to his knees with a shot shotthrough sllotthrough shotthrough
through the body bodyantlln and In that position positionlaced positionllacell huoultionplaced
laced his 4tcallber Colts olts revolver to toils tohIs tohits
hIs own forehead and sent n 1 bullet liullatcrashing bullatcrashIng bulletcrashing
crashing through his brain The tight tightmppcnpd
happened within u few yards of the thelouso the1iouo
houso louso of Ilobert Warnlck WarnlckAfter WarnIckAtler VarnlckAfter
After an encounter with Sheriff HOSB
SUndll Sunday near Wnldport White worked w < Jrkc
hi Us way back to the Yaqultnn river riverlaving
laving hllln been nrcn at a sclioollioaso schoolhousenetlr near
hltwood tarly Tuesday morning Olll Ollltors 0111cers Oihicore <
core were on the trull Aa Warnick Warnickway
was passing along the t1 railroad with withsection u usection asection
section gang ho observed White at atsome atsomo atsumac
some distance In the county road The
latter secreted himself in the buslica buslicaand bush bushnnd liusliCuSamuol
and the party passed on to u distance distanceof
of 150 GO yards ardK where Warnlcl took the
back trail trailSoon trailSoon trailSoon
Soon after White appeared In the
lane niinrunrhlni Warnlcks house
where n saddled horse was tied tI d War Avarnlck Warnick Varnick
nick commanded him to o halt but White Whitepresented Whitepresellted Whitepresented
presented Ills revolver but did not fire
The olllcer leveled his Winchester Wlnche ter and 11m
White hito wheeled and ran toward the Ih
horse As he attempted to mount a
bullet from the rifle tore through
Whites clothing cothlngfbls This caused the con convict ¬
vict Ict to change his plan and he left the
horse and ran toward the Warnlck
tiara Then u shot from the olllcers olllcersrllle olllcersrille oillcersrifle
rllle struck him entering the email of
the back and coming out four Inches Inchesabove IncheI1bove lathesabove
above the naval lIe staggered and fell fellto
to his knees kn s Placing his revolver to
his forehead White tIred lIe fell for forward torwnrd forward ¬
ward and died In inlive live minutes minutesArizona minutest minutesIlzonll minutesiIzouia
Arizona bmellera Shut thiutTucson llIIt Down DownTucson flownTucson
Tucson ArIa Feb 1 lb C 6Flv Flva of the
big bl smclteis of the Cannnea Copper Coppercompany Coppercompany Coppercompany
company have shut down owing to a aBtrlke IIAtrlke astrike
strike on the narrow gunge railroad railroadwhich railroadwhich raIlroadsvhlchm
which bilngH all the ores from the themines themines tImemines
mines to the smelters The strike of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the railroad men has been brewing for forsome forsomC forsome
some months and the company has
been able to keep the smelters nut rurtnlritt r nutnirig ln lnnlll
nlritt nlll only onl by promising to Increase the thewages thewacs thewages
wages of engineers en lneers from 350 to U Uper 4 4per 4per
per day and firemen lire men from 53 3 to J3M J3Mper SUGper 5O 5Otier
per day The men demanded the In Increaue IncrenYe Increase
crease the company com pan refused and tho thomen thomen thoIneOl
men went out outTo outTo outTo
To Iluy UU nitdon Iron ron Work WorkSan WorbSln orka orkaan
San an Francisco Frnhrl co Cal Feb 6 GHumors GHumorsamollA Ilumors Ilumorsamong llumorsamong
among the Iron trades trad s are persistent persistentaays perllslentS
says S S the Call that the ultimate ob ¬
Sect of the western tour of this high highofficials hIghofficIals highofilclnhe
officials of the United States Shlpbuild Shl bulld
log company Is the absorption by b put pur1chase purchase putchase
chase or I consolidation df the liltdon
Iron works II plant 1 > lant which directly ad
Joins the Union Iron works In the Po PoThe P u utrtro
trlro trlro1ho trtroTime
The plant of the Hlsdon embraces embracesabout embracesabout I
about 35 5 acres of land that for many nUlUYellr8
years ellr8 was 5Va occupied by h tIme Iaclllc I
Hollnlg mills of which the late Senator
James G Fair was the principal fJrlnclpalsttock sttock
holder It has about IMO feet of deep
water frontage frontageCapital trontaeCnpltal frontageCapital
Capital of New ew Kriipp Company CompanyDerlln Compllny1Jerlln CompanyBerlin
Berlin Feb GThe The capital of the thenow then I Inow
now n > Krunp company will 11 be J37500000 I37LOO000wIth 37500000with
with ltli 110000000 In debentures The
hoard of overseers Includes exHall exHallroad exRallr01tI axRaIlroad
road Minister von on Tlilelen Guutav Ouwtl1Jlllrtmann
Hnrtmann of the Dresdener bank and
Ludwig Delbrureck of DelbrureckLeo DelbrureckLeoCompany DelbrureckLeoComJIIuy DeibrnmreckLecCompany andI I
Company CompanyCost ComJIIuyCost
Cost of German Chin Kxpeillllon KxpeillllonBerlin lxpedltIotiBerlin xelltlonntrlln
Berlin Feb I < pb 6 GThe The total cost to Ocr Germany Ocrmany Geemany ¬
many of the China expedition up to todate toda I Idate
date da te Is 56250000 6 0OOO and the further re requirements reo reoqulrements requirements ¬
quirements are cutlmatcd at 550000
Serious Hinting HInt hIlt at Nnplcs lplr University UniversityLondon UniversityLondon Vuiiversli3London
London Feb 0 GA A dispatch from I
Home published In theMorning the Morning Lead Leader ¬
er reports serious rioting among the thostudents thestudents th 3 3students
students of the Naples university In Inconsequence IIIconstljuence I I Iconsequence
consequence of an unpopular govern coverninent governblent overnment
inent regulation The professors have havebeen hach hmavbeen
been h n maltreated the windows of the theuniversity tileunherslt thiiUniversity
university inahed and u bon fire mad mndpof mRdl1ot madof
of the furniture On the troops being beingsummoned beln beln8umllloned beingsummoned
summoned the students lied The uni university uIIICralty mitverelty ¬
versity Is now closed closedSnulalUi closedSnclllll
SnulalUi t Leader Io ilcr Intirl Hurrrndcn HurrrndcnJfcw HurrendcrNess S
New York Feb 0 GThe The notorious So Socialist AoclaUst lIeetallst ¬
cialist leader Fabrl who ho fled from hot Holland 1101land hotland ¬
land 10 o escape Imprisonment for rnrtl rnrtlclpntlng 11arllclpntlng Purticipating
clpntlng In the Antwerp strike lust lutiyear lustyear t tyear
year bus Hirrendered and has been re returned r rlurned returned ¬
turned to prison at Antwrn > < according
to a dispatch to the Times from fromUruasels tromDrus I
Brussels Drus els via London LondonIll LondonlUg
Ill lUg ICnilcratlon r Co Canada CanadaMontreal C CanadaMontreuti nnlla nnllatonhenl
Montreal Feb C CI U O Armstrong
Immigration agent of the Canadian 1a 1arlnc Illrltlo Parifle
rifle railway says 118 100000 American AnierlranScandinavian AmerlranScandhla AmericanSnandlnavlruim
Scandhla Scandinavian Inn and Kncllsli farmers
from western states French CnnaiH CnnaiHnns Cnnadlans Canaclians
ans fiom New England I factory towns townsnnd tOII1Cnnd tomvnuarid
nnd Swedes from New York orkwlll will come cometo COI11to cometo
to settle In Canada next year cnr Mr MrArmstrong MrArmustrong Ir IrArmstrong
Armstrong finds an absence nb ence In th thUnited thUnited thw thwUnited
United States of the old prejuill prejuillagainst preJutlkngalnst prejudiiagainst
against Canada whose wheat grolr grolrbelt
belt he says 1I1l Is the admiration of all allwho allwho allsyhmo
who have considered the thernatter thernatterJurl natter natterJurisdiction niatterJiirisitlci
Jurisdiction Jurl 11Icllol1 Inn Over hatul Unlverslt UnlversltHome UnhtrillCnome UuiIuersItHome
Home Feb eb C CThe The Vatican In con contemplating IontemJllallng contempinting ¬
templating placing the Catholic um umvcr unlcrs1 urnversity
vcr versity crs1 lty of Laval Quebec Que tc under Juris Jurisdiction jurlRdlcllon jurisdiction ¬
diction of the congregation conJTe uUon of studies studiesthereby studiesthereby studiesthereby
thereby removing It from the Jurlsdli Jurlsdlitlon jurtsdlttlon jurisdlilion
tlon of the congregation of the prop propigando propganllll proptgandu
gando as was done on Jan 12 12In In th thcase Ihca8e timcase <
case of the Cat Cathollo hollo university at atWashington AtWlIhlnglon atWashington
Washington WlIhlnglonicRlI WashingtonNearly WashingtonNearly
Nearly icRlI Overcome lay Ons OnsSeattle GnsSealtle Ga GaSeattle
Seattle Feb 6 5A A special to the thePostlntelllgencer theJ timePomtflteiligencer
Postlntelllgencer J > from Everett erett fays faysGreat IasOrollt saysthreat
Great Northern Passenger > auenrcr train No 4 4known t tknown 4known
known as the eastbound overland overlandstuck oerlandstuck overhandetuck
stuck In the Cascade Ca clld tunnel tunnelllllCt last night nightabout nightabout imiglieabout
about midnight and ten xuiiencers pIUIlen erlf in intho Intho Inthe
tho sleeper and five members of the thetrain IhlIraln timetrain
train crew were more of less seriousarrfCtecl serious ccrlouiijaffected scriousiaffected
affected by b gas No death have taa bcn bcnreported bcnreported bcnreported
reported at the division buperlnttnj buperlnttnjnt
eats nt offlce hen henThe henThe henThe
The train left this city elt nt n t 91S 9 IS on ontime ontime ontime
time bit night A hrtper I h used u td tdpull to topull uopull
pull It through the Cascade tunnel On Onthe Ontho Cmthe
the western slope Iop of Ole tunnel from fromeome tromlIome fromsome
some cause cau e or other the train stuck stuckand stukand stUckand
and the helping engine broke away aWQ It Itwa 11w itwas
wa w was soon back recoupled and sn broke brokea bro1waWfo brokeanna
anna a second and third time On the
TOOK A STRAW HTItA W VOTB VOTBlnteroitlnj VOrEInterotlllj VOTFInterestIng
lnteroitlnj tCipfrlment In A linea lineatlUlrallt lies liestntirant lIesIn
tntirant tntirantAn tlUlralltAn In U cc ii I IAn
An advertising nderll hlt agent representIng n npnmilnunt nprtlllliltont aPromlnon
pnmilnunt New iork tor mngnzlne while whileon whllon vhmItnon
on n 1 recent western trip was wa dining dlnlncone
one on evening In I ll ft Plttaburg restaurant
While waiting Wllltln for his order he heJIQn heglanced
glanced JIQn ed over his newspaper neVs llller and noticed IIOUCelIho itoticetithe
the advertisement of t a well known knowniIlmepsIa
lyipepsla preparation Stuarts Dys DysepHla IsIWpHla Dsepsla
epHla TabletHi fabl tHj as ho himself was ns a aegulur IIregular aieguar
regular user of the tablet he began beganApwulutluif bl1ganII beganpottmimttlIjt
Apwulutluif II IUllltlIJ us to o how many of thoollwr tho thoother thetiisr
other traveling men In the dining dlnlniroom
room Were ere also friends of the popular popularreimdy popularrernI polmutarremndy
reimdy rernI for Indigestion
lie nays I counted twentythree twentythreenen
men at the tables and In the hotel ot
Ice I totk the trouble to Interview lutorlewtlwln interviewtheta
hem dnd II IIlI was Wa surprised surprl ed to learn that thatline Ihntnlnl thatlilac
line 11 m the twentythree twenty three made a prac
lee tiC of Ulitng one or two of fituarta
Dyspepsia I > IlleL > 11L Tablets after each meal
Onp of them told me he hud suffer suffertil
ell to much from stomach trouble that thatat
at one tlino he hud been be n obliged to totult toquit toquit
quit the rrad t cc ad but since using Stuarts
DyspcpHla D spepMla Tablets had been entirely entirelyrec
free rec from rommo indigestIon but he continual
their u us specially t eclllll while traveling on onucount onnecollrt onaceomiurt
ucount or Irregularity In meals rind nndXcnusi
btCr htcrus Xcnusi R lll 11I0 all traveling men he Was WIlSont Wasoften vnsoft
oft often u obliRed obJlR tI to tt tat what he hI could pet petand Iretallli
and not always what ho wanted
Atiotlur A who looked tho picture of oflealtti
lealtti mid he never ate n meal with without withoUt wIthout
out taking tmlln a 1 Stuart Tablet afterward afterwardjcrauie
jcrauie bcrau e he could eat what ho pleased pleasedand pleasednnd pleasedand
and when he pleased without fear of ofa ota ofa
a sirejilcss sir > Jless night or any other trouble
Still another used lie ell them because he hewn heWUs
wn subject to gas on stomach causing
arcHnufe on heart h nrtnnll and lungs shortness shortllesllot
ot f breath it ond ml distress In cheat which whlrlile
he le n nu < > hunger Ipiig r experienced since using
the tablets 11 blet regularly 1GUlttrlAnotllEr regularlytnotlmer
Another claimed that Stuarts Dye Dyspopsla DrsJ1epsla Dyehiopata
popsla Tablets was liS the only onl auto rem remedy remed remcdl ¬
edy ed he had ever found for sour stomach stomachand slomarha stonmachamid
and a 11I1 acidity lie had formerly used uiedomomn u usedcommmomn ld ldcOlllomn
omomn soda to relieve the trouble troublpUt
hut Ut the tablets were much better und undNifer nndtMer mindiafe
Nifer to use useAfter liseAttN miscAftet
After smoking drinking or other et etCCSIPH excessls e ecessea
CCSIPH which weaken the digestive or orans orRaM 0rgans
RaM ans nothing restores the lie Htomach to toi toIi toft
Ii i healthy health wholesome condition so et
fectually as Stuarts Tablets TabletsStuarts TabletsStuarts 1abletsStUlUts
Stuarts Dyspepsia Tablets contain
the he natural dlgestlven pepsin dlastna dlastnawhich ihltnstastwhIch
which hl < h every wwilt stomach lacky III illwell IIIwellal iiisnell
well wellal OH nnx hydrastln and yellow ellol pat
lila and can b be JP safely relied upon as a aladlcal IIIalllcs amadlral
ladlcal I cure for every eer form of poor
digestion Sold by druggists every ¬
third breaking away EngIneer l Free FreeInnn
man ran the helper through to tho hue east coatend eastend
end iid of tho tunnel tunnelConductor tunnelConductor
Conductor Weston and the fireman firemanwore tlrernllllwere
were both unconscious when the mouth mouthof
of the tunnel was reached rcachetSWhen
When lmeum It was found that t the helper helperwag helperIM
wag wa not going to return the train was
backed out and run to Wellington En Engineer r n nIlneer ¬
gineer Sheerer of time main crew his
llremnn and head brakeman and ten tenpassengers tlllIlasslngor
passengers were more or lets though thoughnot thoughnot
not dangerously overcome by b the gall
The whole time the Overland was In
the tunnel as a stated by b the Great t
Northern office here occupied about 30 30minutes 30minUte8 30minutes
minutes The helper later returned returnednnd returnedand
nnd the train was wnalUlled pulled through the
tunnel all right with the name crew crewALASKAN crewAf4lSICAi crewthjtMiCAN
Its Opponents In InSenato Senate Will Not Notlot ot otLet otIet
Let It bo Hatllled HatllledWashington UatilletlWnshlnltoll ItatihleollVaehlrmgtomm
Washington Feb C iDurlng During the past pasttwo pasttwo 1l1Rttwo
two days President lloosevelt has had hadseveral hnlleycrnl hadeveral
several conference with prominent prominentxenators prominent1lIIlors prominentsenators
senators concerning the status of the theAlaskan IheAlaskan timeAlaskan
Alaskan boundary treaty trent and the thopresident theresident thehrestdent
president has been Informed that the thoopponents theopponents timeopponents
opponents of the treaty will not per permit permlt permIt ¬
mit It to be ratified ratifiedLONDON ratllledLONDON ratifiedLONDON
rNew N I York Feb e 61he The news that
Ihe opposition of the northwestern northwesternsenators northwellternsenutnrll omortbmwesternsenators
senators will probably ltobllbl prevent the rut ¬
fication of tho Alaskan boundary teraty
Is regarded here as very VCr disconcerting disconcertingfnys df8contcrllnFn
rays Fn a London dispatch to the th Tribune
The Dally I > nll Chronicle considers that the thllf
failure f llure of the treaty treal will mean the In Intelnltl ¬
definite continuance < < e of the deadlock oleadlociCanada
Canada It nays will loose the thechance theclmnce thmechance
chance of obtaining a free tr e port III the thoJ1ondlke
Klondike district and most violent trio friction trletlon triot0mu ¬
tion must arise If gold should be dls dlscftvered dlscbvered oilscbvered
cbvered In tho territory under dispute disputeHill
Hill 11 11 of Torn Ill rll Hold HoldDublin HoldDublin SoldDublin
Dublin Feb CThe historic 11111 ot otTarn
Tarn a was sold at aucttlen today and andrealized andrealized andrealIzed
realized the sum of 18000 The pur purchUscr purchliser purchmtSer
chUscr waa a lady whose name was not notannounced notannounced notannounced
announced announcedSAW announcedSAW announcedSAW
But lIens Idfes ilyesTImseateied Tliuealoncd If They TheyDlVUlgO TherIHvuljo TheyDivulge
Divulge NRlllt NRllltDenver NutiiieuDenver HlllfH HlllfHDenver
Denver Feb 5 iA A special to tho Re Republican nlpUblican Republlcan ¬
publican from Cheyenne Wyo says saysLatest BaY8Latcst saysLate
Latest Late t advices from the scene ene of the therecent thllrecent therecent
recent raid on the Mlnnlck sheep camp
near Ulack Mountain In the Dig Horn
basin Indicate that only on I two men mencommitted mencommitted
committed the deed Hen Mlnnlck who whosus whoIIIS
sus shot through the lungs died IIKt tent
night There Thert were two eyewitnesses
to tho th shooting Ihoolng of Mlnnlck lnnlck the dyna dynamiting dyn dynamntIng ¬
miting Inilng of 200 OO of o his sheep and 1d the burn
big hi of oftols his hll wagons wlgons and outfit outfit but they th tile <
have been threatened with death It they
Inform Infon the olllcers otcers of the Identity Identlt I of the
raiders rider Jllnnlcks lnnlcks herder who also
witnessed winesed the raid raldimas has disappeared disappearedWOMCV dlwppeat dlwppeatO dlwppeamehOML
Hccchca Iti Jleh htsfleathuhlowln Death Illnw Jow In limo Stale StaleKcnnlc RtotoSenlie StabSenate
Senate KcnnlcDutte Senlie Senlienule SenateButte
Butte nule Mont Mont Feb l eb 5A Helena Helena spe special speclalsn specmi ¬
cial clalsn says I Woman suffrage received Its 111
death blow In the he senate today todll na far farns Carns
ns a tho EIghth 1 legislative IlgIKlalo assembly In Inconcerned IKconcernt isconcerned
concerned concernt By y a vote ote of 16 to 10 the thecommittee thecommitee thecommIttee
committee commitee of the whole decided > d to re report roport ¬
port tho bill bil back for Indefinite Indelnlte post 1111 r ¬
ponement poneltnt WJiftn Wlr the bill came up fur
final defeat 16 senators voting oln for In
definite definie postponement while whie 10 voted votedagainst votedagainst ottt
against this this In the matter mater of politic
there Ih re were six Democrats DmortM who pltcs voted
for cans the ladles and only four Itepubll Hepull oto
Colorado Antt Ant AnftTnuat Trust I IDenver 1111 Legislation LegislationDenver lalon lalonDenr
Denver COlD Feb S SAn An antitrust
bill bi which It In II said hag the endorse endorsement endone endonement endorsement
ment of President lrtsltIent Roosevelt no lt and
Atty Al den Knox II Is to be le presented
to the legislature le slntu of every eerYstate state In
the Ihl Union vile is Introduced In the len ienntc lenate seaate
ate this afternoon nrernon Accompanying the
bill bi In a memvrJal rnemQrlaln In its Ill favor ta or from trol the
National Nalonnl Livestock Llvelok association Ioilltlon The
bill bi provides heavy hev penalties ItnllltlPI for con conspiracy fonIMa conspiracy ¬
spiracy IMa to torelllrnin restrain
or monopolize monpolze trade tradl tradeor
for or giving or accepting ncceptn rebates and for torontlnulnr forontlntmIng
< ontlnulnc In business bUslnesl after oflertalure failure to tomake tomake tomake
make annual returns ntUlS us specified IPecllt In the
bill LI
Cnal Cr Mlnrrx SlnrM hlneraWaxes Waxfi Walf1 Increased IncreasedCumberland IncreasedCumberianmi norlieli norlieliCumbrlanll
Cumberland Cumbrlanll Md l F Feb b CNearly GNeaIY all allof ni nilof
of time OIJeraton operators in time Ihl Mcvcmlalc leveriI
Pa 13 bituminous biuminous coal col region annoum annouivuthat
that a material materlnl mnatrful1ncreamoe fncreits fncrcnse in the thl wag wnges wngesto B Bto
to the miners mluet will vU be b made mlde on April Apri ApriltPout
About out IMO QO OQQrnen men In will I be affeUed affeUedTo atede atedeTo
To Marry I r fleer r hIdowi hIdowiQenCra Mow MowGeneva IdouGeMa
Geneva Feb SrThe The Swiss papers paplu as astert a assent
sent Str that thoHoer the1oer Ferret rret committee cmmltec In Inurop Inurope
Kuropc urop Is I rendlnsr rendlnr out fully tul equlppid equlppidnd equlpp
and nd with wih their passages p llU paid French Frenchand Frenchnd
and nd < German SwiM to the Transvaal Transvaaland TrnllQI TrnllQIatd
and atd the Orange Hirer Jrr colony to marry mur
the Doer DCer willows and orphan girls IIrl8 with withi
i view Ie to repopulatlng reJlfulatlnJ the country nn ant onII antreveting < l linventing
inventing I elllng the British nrtt h lronl roni bfcomlnjf
dominant f redoinlnantInrrnia dominantr otlnant otlnantC
r C Inrrnia nrrll rr ir IJ Jrch hIash nih Not nl Con eonnrlned eonnrlnedWUhlngton tinned nntlrmnezlWashington tinnedWashington
Washington K Ftb Feh b 6 5Seern 5Several Several days daysoco dls
oco a press pr dl dlttwh dhstoh p4Uh from th the City Ciy of
Mexico announced InnOUnCl that an American Americanmined Amerlrnnnlnecl
mined nlnecl Carroll had hil been killed Illed by Ya Yaqul YoguI i a aqui
qui Indiana Indln near San Marclal At the
request of Senator Perking lerltlnl ot Callfor CultCr
nla in which dtatu atl the father of the
man lived lved the state slte deportment depRrhlnt eta teleirraphed teteIraphed etairrapimeit
irraphed Iraphed to Atnbnasrulor AmbnKnror Clayton CInYIOI for to In
formation torm tlon Today Totla the Ih tollowlnG fohloovlmig follow Ing reply Ieply
came tlOI from the umbaxtiador umbaxtiadorCuernavnwi umbllMlador umbllMladorluerlavnca umnbaesadorCuurnavaa
Cuernavnwi luerlavnca Max Iex F Jtib Feb b 4 tTII 1TIme Tht con conmi confular commfiular
mi fular fiular I a r agent at Quaymas aua mas telegraphs tllelrnllhs the
following followingAlleged tolowlng tolowlngAllgell followingAlleged
Alleged Allgell killing kiling of Carroll Conol not au ni ¬
thenticated here A party Inrt of Amen Americans Alnerlcans Amencans ¬
cans Just in from trol San 811 Maiclal and sur surloumllng surIuundlug stirmoundimug
loumllng country know nothing Au Authorities AUthorltles Antthorltles ¬
thorltles hero not 10t advised advisedAm alhIRCtl advIsedAums
Am AlI awaiting nwnllng reports throuch Ihroulh other otherchannels 01111 oIlierclmannels
TRkln Tuuklmig of 01 Testimony Mnilpd Hlllcll Ar Argot ArgotImuetibs ru ruIWulM u uinciitM
inciitM IWulM to ItrKln Ifll Monday MondayPhiladelphia ilomidu3Philadelphia Ionlu IonluPhllndelphla
Philadelphia Feb 5Aftrr Attfr a sitting sittingof Rltlng Rltlngot
of 51 days dn1 the ito antliraclate luthraclllte coal utrlko utrlkocommlBSlon Mtrlkcommlslon etrltcieomtmmlssion
commlBSlon commlslon concluded conclud11 the hearing hellng of ofwitnesses otwln ofwItnesses
witnesses wln < sse at 5 oclock this afternoon afternoonand ottlno afternoonatmd n nnnll
and adjourned until IlItl noxt MonUaywhon MonUaywhont
I It t wi will begin to hear heal the argument alllenh of ofcounsel orcOln ofcounsel
counsel cOln el representing relrlsentn tho several sevell sides Rhle1ho sidesThe ldi > < i
The arguments will take up he le and nnl a aialf
half days tho operators hnvltiff hnln bevn bevnasslKiied het1 becimmnsslgmmed
asslKiied nsslKIe1 three days and ald the miners miner the theremainder th thrClalnder timeremumaimodor
remainder rClalnder of the time IUe Todays 1odIYs BPS les lesSIOM seeBlons
Ions wore taken up In hearing heurln the last lastwitnesses lastnItmmessos
witnesses presented IJroseltll1 by the miners In Inrebuttal II Itmrebuttal
rebuttal rebu Ial Much of U related rcln ted to tl the thealleged thcallegt timealleged
alleged allegt unequal distribution distributon of mine minecars Ilne IlneCllrs tattoodotes
cars nearly n nrly n dozen toun witnesses wlne se Untl Untlylng
f111 tying that they could load moro 1010 cars
than thll the companies furnished urllshe1 them Ihtl
In all al the commission commlRKlol lipard 5Ct 6Gi > w wit witnesses wItnesses It Itlessen
nesses Nine Of f these theiI were wlr called ralell by
the commission cOllls810n 2ID 219 by li the union unlol min miners mittera ¬ I
ers 155 by b the nonunion miners and I
Its by the operators The stenngraph stenngraphttH stenoctph I IH
ttH H took down llowf approximately lproxhnnte VW 20
typewritten tYJorlten pages of trstlnony testimony or
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01 HUH J 18115Washington 1H1IHWashington HUHWnshlngton
Washington Fob n rIhe 1Tlme The president prealdentate
ate this afternoon afcrnoon signed signd the bill bi which whichamends whIchnmends ihIclmanmenits
amends the bankruptcy law of lIPS ISl8Thu JV8 JV8Tho lIPSTime
Time bill bi modifies odlleR the existing IJxIICI law 1m In Inseveral II litseveral
several Important particulars partculnrs the principal prlnolpal prin irlmlolpal ¬
olpal one on of which Is n provision In re rerard regard reyard
yard to preferred rcedltors rcetllor8 Under tho thoemitting thoexhtln tineLaleting
emitting law aw thop tho r who had received receivedmyments recelvct receivedimaYimuelmte
myments IIYlcnts from a person who had soon soonafterward SOOI soomiafterward
afterward atterlnrd been declared bankrupt could couldnot coull couldot
not n ot huvo other claims passed upon uponvlthout upunwihout
wihout sv vlthout surrendering tho amount nlount re received recelet ¬
ceived celet ce lted This hls provision wa WUI Wail modliled so soaa soas sos
aa a s to allow allol the thl creditors crotllorl to retain time thononey Ihomoney timeomiey
money mmi received unless the piuvlousi piuvlousipayment lircviausnincnt
payment pnmelt p was fraudulent This change
II Is In conformity contormly with a I decision tecilon of the thesupreme IheSUprcmo theupreme
supreme s court Another amendment amendmentprovides nnenlhnent amnemimentrovides
p provides four new objections to a oils discharge oilsmmirge ¬
charge chlrgc ci mmirge Intended Intudet to objcelons prevent peent persons imersotmeoimi Ils Ilschlrgc
from fr oimi going through tlrouKh bankruptcy the themost themost timeoet
most nm oet Important of which are the giving
of o f a false mercantile mercnntle statement stutemenlald nr tl and the
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starving There Isnt life Ifcenough enough In the roots The Theremedy Theremedy Thercmedy
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making of a fraudulent transfi r of otoperty ofllmOPeltY
property The bill 1IIIIso also proji proIJls i that Ihlt a ashall itshall
shall be an objection to a 1 dlHiiutgt tlKlmlKe I if ifa Iea C Ca
a voluntary oluntur bankrupt seeks ekl to KM
through bankruptcy moro 10ro than once In Insix Insix Itusix
six years yearsAnother y yearstmmotiier nrs nrsnothfr
Another nothfr amendment provides 1loldel that thlt
the appointment nlllollttlnt of a 1 receiver for a for corporation forIlorton conIooratlomm ¬
poration Ilorton which Is Insolventla Insolvtntls an net of
bankruptcy banl < uftcy entltllni tntthlI the creditors oredltoll to tochoose tvchoose tochoose
choose their o oln own n trustees Anothei Anothel im important 11 tim timPortfttot ¬
portant change chlnKe Is one which given Ives thu thuJederal theIctlerut
federal Jederal court concurrent jurIsdictIon JUrl dlcton of ofmilts ofstilts
milts 1ls to recover Ie oer property which ban
been fraudulently frUllullntl transferred Uunsllrred Other Otheramendments Otheralenllnwnts Othernmmictmdommentuu
amendments alenllnwnts allow ulow the thl wives of bank bankrupts blnk blnklptR bankroute ¬
route to testify In the
Ilstlt II proceedings proc dlng pro provide prosImIe ¬
vide hl for an increase of lt the Res ea of ret rcferoes reterNS retcross
cross erNS and trustees to an In average averge of ofabout otIbout ofmibout
about 50 per er cent cfnt over th the fees eees eee allowed alowed
by b the present prelent law I 1 I and prohibit Ilrohlll lImo JHocourts tbecourtK lImocourts
courts from trm allowing alowlnl greater gfater fees than
the law permltn Ilenlts In any an case and anlladll add to
the list of It t debts from trm which a l bank bankrupt bankrupt bankrupt ¬
rupt cannot be relieved rtlee by a dlsclmuro
from bankruptcy rime fl new CW law In Includes Incilldes ineludes ¬
eludes debts to wife and children chllren and andalimony In1 In1nlmon andalimmion
alimony nlmon alimmion The list Isl of corporations corllrotons which whichmay whichmi wimichmom
may mi mom go Into bankruptcy InnklUlltC Is Increased by byadding byadding byaddIng
adding mining corporations COIIOratona
Thoy Tho StoIc floods InmIetruuss Irniu Jrnll Tralnn 1rlnl Ua Uatwren 11 Shelmcemi <
twren Sydney nail Hif imeycilliC jrmir jrmirDenver I IDenver 11
Denver Feb r eb 5 5A A special specnl to the no RePubllean Jj I ill
publican IJuhlcnn from trol Cheyenne Cheyonn Wyo yo any
Judge JUd1 Scott this afternocn Itternoc imsjed imsjedccntencc IIIRm I Iaentence V
ccntencc upon a nutnher nurher of the Union 1 1Inctfic
Pacific trainmen trllnen who are alleged aleled to I l l
have been members of a srlmr 111 of box boxcar boxcar I J Jmr
car Ihluvis that operated opernell for three threeInotmtios t
months between Sydn Sydney > Neb and
Cheyenne and IIHI stole several thousand thousandorth IIOlllnll1 thousandnyortim
worth of goods goodsL I
L I G S Drake got four years year In th thpenitentiary the theIJulltenltnry theuunmoltenitary 1
penitentiary Arthur Athul Austin AUstn cot Iot 10 < <
days dU1 In Jail and a > 10 fine tne Frank Cue
Kllo lelo was wa dlHchoiged and John Meyers Meyersgot MeyerJot ll
got Jot CO days d 8 In jaIl jul and nd J5o One lne Con ¬
ductor Phuerei huerc and Jirakeman nkeman Curran Curranpleaded CUftO j jpleaded i ipleaded
pleaded guilty gll to granu runu larceny and will 11 tt I
be sentenced tomonow tomonowArthur tomorol 11 11Artimur
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was wal today sentenced pentenccl to SO days dt s In Jail Jai
Ho lt pleaded IJleHled guilty lult to petit 11ct larceny larcenThr j i
The Ttm three alleged llleetlmrglars burglars Scott Sct Me MeGulre
Quire and Laybourn JaYIJurn were this eve evening eY eQfling ¬ I
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