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Sb Shamrock ShamrockContest amrock III IIICnfcst III IIICflCSI
I Contest Cnfcst of Challenger Gllalllger for cdmezicas dmlca Cup Undez UndezMl Uldet UldetAua UidetMucl
Mucl Ml facing RCClg Conditions COlditOlS Gecred Decided De ickdI sDisappoinlmg to tohollanls 10Exulfanfs toEuIIaflIS
hollanls Aua of o Puhmmary Tuals Ttals lip 7 llC ie Old roal JBoal Won Wonfy Woio VOI VOIOn
fy o lla et handicap laldlop Allowance AoweJC
land ArtH Apri llTbe llTbeochncBM ITho IThot 11Thatest
t ol rn ot tI ochncBM chuleucel hflh1dflg1 for torCte forirla or orK
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K Cte irla 21 test CUP under unler actual I racing racingM rac I IIrIC 11 11Ct
IrIC M dtalinrtly disappointing disappointingpreliminary dilawolntns dilawolntnsJ IapoInttnghO
Ct M wa eulte exUlt po O much at the re reI rete
J trials Tho Thoher Thuk1WOl ho hok
Ihe preliminary
I handicap allow allowi
k k1WOl J on on her alow alowne
onl only btatlng her 6 61oytr
i tt ne fltw cral car bcatng GI GIel
On OnJ Onllt Oninlt
M miles long
a cou couSO mlos
el 1oytr O t r 1
the c ctllc chal chalcltlel chalitaild
J mil llt ul U l tlt tilt cullluu
tllc older boat oat band hnndthe bandut
itaild tleoldEr
cltlel but ut II In the fresher fre hel wind on the theilw theItun theturn
lIttle lc more Umu held helda Itchgit
Itun turn ilw ltle tln hel
This us only partially pnrtaly ex exLbt exr cxMd
a git
Lbt Md 10 r a fluke luke of wind which fa faI faIhrock faT0
I week T0 I and enabled her to toLtilderabio totlderable torabO >
Ltilderabio Ihrock tlderable rabO fitound on the second secondfor secondcle tccondt
contest be bctwo bet
for first
t tuse frst
cle under underconditions undclrcig underrathg
II t the thejiaJ he two tW ° Shamrocks
te conditions altered to ton tot
rathg conliions
rcig of 3 3t miles In Intfrf InI tnl
I n t t one O mies
tfrf U l miles ns announced anlounced yes yesH ye yet
I svurting lIne was 11 11Ihence oft oftti a aLjjj
H 4 t The slurlng I le wnl
Ljjj ti tb thence n easterly eueriY to 0 a mark oft oftrath of ofI off1b
rath I Cove and an back across IcrOS acro the thethe thcG thetf
BaY to I a marlt oft oft4inl
tf Wemouth 1IY 1f 1fhnd
jiaJ G hnd thence hometwlco bmetwlce around aroundfcUtllcap aroundId aroundtaficap
fcUtllcap Id leP allowance alomnce of Shamrock ShamrockIn lThainrocktofflcfaIfy
In officially declared declnr d prior to the theIt theII theItt
It 1 rn II ofcialY It was UI understood to bo lo ip ipiia Ipl 1 1ib
iia l ib < frtih westsouthwest breeze breezeglint lreeze lreezelnt breezet
glint lnt t strength to cause tho tholiatn thoiJ theitne
liatn iJ itne under club tipsalls t psils to heel over overtosiisfast ovr ovrfi overatetat I
tosiisfast fi atetat fast suliingr Sln was Wis blowing llowlng as asCiiiSlamrocks asitamroeks I
CiiiSlamrocks itamroeks amrocks maneuvered for po poiL poI p0gIhfi
iL 1 i
131 I gIhfi thli Ihl Jockeying Jokcylng Shamrock III IIIV I IIItoth i
V < toih th faster tatcr and handler and andkMttf nndirt andWrhge
kMttf irt Wrhge had easily cnsly the best be t of tho thofc theTb
fc Tta 1 preparatory prerarlory signal slsnal was glv glvjiaaml gl ghl4Land
jiaaml WI and Just before the starting Itartng Itartnged startingnitrd
initNd nitrd ed at ID 1 oclock both yachts yachtsXt yachtsHrthe yachtsBthe
Xt Hrthe the Quter mark boat Sham Shamiltj ShamI
I hIcK tI iltj to the weather of the thedrew then
n f drew out and was WIK two tlO or orthfihi orkh ort1h
thfihi kh t1h ahead as they bore away awayn3rtlitf aWIY aWIYt awayrL
t r rL rLirUsg
n3rtlitf r1lng tlmcg tmes were were1HI werek werevk
1 1fJrbt vk k HI I II 100005 10OOSj Shamrock Shlmrock I IIithti II IIftebtiquickly
fJrbt Iftebtiquickly Iithti quickly squared away a WiY set setr4 setr
r 111 and r4 ot the new boat Immedl Immedltdout ImmclI ImmedI6nd
6nd tdout out constantly Increasing IncreasingM
opnEd consalty llcreaslng llcreaslngii
ii M from her ter opponent o IOlert As d they ran ranriiUiirorth ranlul
riiUiirorth 4 lul th Cove CoveStitil COC11M ave avesitd
Stitil remained frerh and nOl steady slcal steadyfltterz
fif mtrs ne made excellent excelent Railing1 Haing as a ai
ViUaeron i 0 mon on n the first frst leg of the thoSlitnrock thebmrOk
Slitnrock bmrOk I followed tol ed dead In Inof Innt innh
nt nh of the cup chalelnger chnJelnl r but butJUBMbl butrUe butrt
rUe rt JUBMbl unable to hold her Sham Shamfpliinlng Sham1EInnIng
a fpliinlng out a bigger lead leadi
tt i In 20 0 minutes mlut s running the thepprplnod ther therr
pprplnod rr r gined gained two minutes The Thecnhlta
cnhlta iW TOt bIte Nose ose were Shamrock ShamrockShamrock SIHmrock SIHmrockShamrrk
hi Shamrock Shamrrk I 1 102135 102135ot 1021354out
4out ot the Ih rcst of the run the therwt thef theotlnu
rwt f watlnucil ontnupd otlnu to prove that she
NSKh h aster aler than the older boat boatTho boatInd
thf Oid Ind Tho timings on turn turni
l Ii Lul toIwrt nrth i Covo 010 ao mark were werelik wereEk
lik Ek Hi I 10 100 1O4li < 0 3 Shamrock Shamrock I Itel Iir Ig
ir tel g th Ihlr lr spinnakers the boats boatsilANCE bots botslANCE boatsIANCE
r4 R p 1 I April prl 11 IIFinal Final prep preperema prepuert rep repIlere
Ilere uert erema mnde < le t tday to launch the therMianrc theop
op dEfender rMianrc nlanre Her hit Inlduifj 111 111c hitIi
c lslheduled Ii iheui duifj to take place at
fwtftemoon ti 1 Ifternoon ttnoon The Th weather con cont contTp
I t tere Ideal and nnl the day ca Ill was washero ns
II k
nl ri one hero Ioored off the thethe
t th or
dok dock the tnder of the Re Reiteamer neteamer Rei
i iteamer Runbfam was wa as fan fanAith tnnrled
tEt feCorated rled Aith Hh nags lags Oliver Oliverowner 01er
Ie managing owner of the Re Rey netb
Iet tb day da y on the Sunbeam Sunbeamnumber SUlbeam
ft4 a large number of Invited Invied
luffed lufed and camcon caniconthe the wind for the th lent lentto
to windward across norOSI the tll bay towards towards1ortland 10wllrtR 10wllrtRPortand towtirilsIortland
1ortland Portand A couple of long lOlj boards bonn were weresailed WIrouled werostilled
sailed uled and the thechulenge challenger going tolng hand handsornely hunl hnndsomoly
sornely sOloly lifted IUed to windward wlllwurd through the thesmooth thesmooth theSflIlOthi
smooth water Defore 1eforo they ttey had hal gone gonehalf Honohut gonehalf
half hut way to the mark mlrk Shamrock lit litwas II IIWM II IIa
was a a I mile mlo ahead and dead deal to wind windward windWIId windWard ¬
ward wardThe WIId WIId1hc
Wardhe The 1hc he breeze bree O freshened Crcshooll a little Itll and both bothyachts lJt1 10thyachts
yachts ynchtl traveled trlvc l nt a fIne tne pace the thechallenger thechnlenger thechallenger
challenger chnlenger apparently nppnronty revelling revelng In the theHtrongcr thettronHer theitranger
Htrongcr ttronHer wind windWhen windWhen lnd lndShen
When they turned the mark Inrk off or Port Portland Portland Portland ¬
land Shamrock II I had IHII a t t lead lell of over oversix oversix oversic
six minutes mlnutcso on less lps8 ICS than t nr 12 miles mils sail sailIng sai sailhng
Ing IngShamrock Inr hngi4hamrocc
Shamrock III II 114020 1 4020 Shamrock I
114635 114635Thence 1 11 4635 46351henen 4633Thenre
Thence 1henen a broad easy reach brought broughtthe
the boats home and on thin point of ofsailing otsalln ofsahlhni
sailing salln Shamrock Shumlock I held her opponent opponentwell OIJpOlelt OIJpOleltwol
wellThe wol
The first frst round rqund was wa finished fnished aa ai a fol follows fol10wR to toIos ¬
lows lowsShamrock 10wRShnmlock IosShamrock
Shamrock Shnmlock III 11 UG718 16718 Shamrock Ihnmrock I
120323 120323The 1203231he 12 03 23 23The
The 1he challengers cbolonJels showing Ihowlng on the reach reachwas Ieachwas reachwas
was disappointing dlsapPolntnA On the second Iccoml run rundown rundown rundown
down the wind Iml to the Lulworth cove covemark covomark covemark
mark the old 011 boat had somewhat of ofnn otnn ofan
nn advantage odyonlllle by bringing brlnglnl up a 1 fresher fresherbreeze fresherbreeze fresherbreeze
breeze and Shamrock tlnmroclt III I was wnl only olly able ableto
to make a minute and a half hnt between betweenthe beLweenthe
the marks mur < sTho The timings tming at Lulworth LulworthCove LulworthCme LulworthCove
Cove were wereShamrock wereShomrock wereShamrock
Shamrock III 11 124163 12458 Shamrock I
124930 124930Bhamroek 12 124930Shamrock 930 930hannock
Shamrock I was fouled by a steam steamyacht steaniynrht
yacht 111 when hulf hlt way through the sec second seeand ¬
and 001 run to Lulworth Cove Her spin spinnaker fpln fplnIlaler spIntialcer
Ilaler naker boom and the steam yachts bow bowsprit bowsprtt
sprit sPllt were wee both carried away Ua but butShamrock butShamrock butShamrock
Shamrock I escaped other Injury and nndcontinued nnl andcontinued
continued contnued the race The he accident wa waof was wasof
of little lte disadvantage dladvantago to her as al Sham Shamrock Shamrock ¬
rock Ills 1I spinnaker was a8 Immediately
douzed In order to make the conditions conditionseven conlltons conlltonsIen
even evenWith Ien IenWih With Wih hth only onl a bent leat to the mark oft oftPortland of offPortlatid
Portland lortahd and a reach home to sail 811 tho thochallenger thochnlel thechallenger
challenger chnlel er had hnl 8111 two and a half min minutes mlnutel mm mmtites ¬
utes utel handicap hnndlcuJ against sll her The he yachts yachtsad nchtl
had ad n ahnnl hard wind and Id some sea during duringthe
the beat and they laid down handsome handsomely hand ome omeIy ¬
ly to their work with lee rails under
In the beating 1atn for the mark rais oft unler Port ¬
land Ild Copt Wrlngo Wrlnlo did not appear to todrive todrtve todrive
drive his boat bOlt so 10 keenly keen as ashe npJear ho had haddone hud110ne haddone
done Jle le kept pinching her Into eve every every every ¬
ry eye ey of the wind Wild while whie hlhe Shamrock I Ialthough Inlhou Ialthough
although nlhou h dropping droPllnG to leeward lQwnrl gained gaineddistinctly galntIlstn gahne1t1lstlntiV
distinctly distinctlyThe
Ilstn < t
The Thl hardening hlrdenln wind suddenly drew drewaround drw drwaround drewaround
around a couple M f points and gave gaveShamrock IHiO IHiORhamrock gaveShamrock
Shamrock I the only onl lluke of the day
She was WI a tar down to t 11kl leeward C but lut un under under tinder ¬
der the thef1vollnllreczcs favoring breezes wiped out outconsiderable outconllcrbllot outconsIderable
considerable conllcrbllot of tho new newboats boats lead leadWrlnge leadWrlnJe leadWringe
Wrlnge WrlnJe then started todrlve to ldve the dial challenger chnllrnger diallenger ¬
lenger lrnger again I aln but lut at the mark boat off offPortland or oftlortnnd
Portland Portnnd she he had lost n minute and nndn aJll aJlla
a half hnl of her previouslend prevlou eld The time timeIngs tme tmeInls timelags
lags Inls werer wererShamrock w vereShamrock re reShamrock
Shamrock III I 13330 Shamrock I II393
13933 13933On I393On 13033On
On the three thre mile mie reach rpach home the thechallenger th thchnlhlRer thechallenger
challenger chnlhlRer was as failed Faied for all nl she shl was wasworth wn8worth wasworth
worth and on the leg leI on which whih Sham Shamrock Shamrock Shamrock ¬
rock I had held lieu her hrr ir even eVln during the thefirst thpnrlt thAfirst
first nrlt round rounl Shamrock III II on this oc occasion occa310n occalon ¬
casion gulned halt lllf n 1 minute minuteThe minuteThe minuteThe
The finishing fllhln times tmes were wereShamrock wereSlulnrck vereShamrock
Shamrock Slulnrck III lI 14833 1439 Shamrock I
15509 1 509
guests guestf Many yachtsmen Ylchtsmen have come comefrom comefrom comerain
from rain Ncv York tQ witness the launch ¬
hag In Although Alhouh the tb < boat wlnoss was still stl some somewhat somewhat somewhat ¬
what hidden hlhen by the staking It I could be beseen befiCen e escen
seen that the Reliance Hciance was more of n nskimming nsklmmlnR askimming
skimming sklmmlnR dish than t11 any an boat that the theHerreshoffs theJerreshofl theIlerreshoffs
Herreshoffs Jerreshofl have constructed for a 1 de defender defender detender ¬
fender Her floor Inor Is very Int nnd Inll there thereIs
Is scarcely nny an bilge bige her stern fat running runningwell runningwel runningwell
well wel under ulder and not deepening Into the thekeel thekeel I I
keel for many feet The rudder post postlias posthas t
has las a decided Ihclld rake rke und the th finish fnish Io is isvery Isery I I I
very er thin The boat has considerable considerablebeam I
beam eam and looks an 18 If she would 1oul be a de decided dedded declded ¬
afloat cided contrast to the Constitution ConRttuton when whenafloat whenanoat whenafloat
a at Fort Douglas Slashes His Throat With Wih a Razor and anding andng
0 Piog ing ng Dsarmed Disrmed Completes the th Job by Tearing Out Outjs Out OutHis Out1is
His js Jugular Vein Death Immediately Immediately Ensuing
Q te IOt ecst de rmlncd cases of ofof ofthe
te the hletol y of this lls ii county
i a t Fort For Douglas yesterday esterny
then hen Uwls I Peterson >
Ieterson a prl prlA
t Ilt
Irany any A Twelfth 1lllh Infantry Infantryhappened
itGrjt 1 t b I oat wih with n razor
tI I tt rlt 1 he post iOt I it happened happenedJme haplentll
ue IJme Jme
other Midlers Midlersrtory Iolllers
11 7 I the d0m d rtory tr nt the tIme
ached t11 hi side
he horom
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rzor razor Thl Tijq In
i ina nahrJ I I from rom romtle hIs hand
kllnet s the young man manHUNDRED mnnlf manUNDRED
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explosion has hasArmy
1 at Hte tt
far arsenal
powder powderPmon8
l 1 qtta ki hUlred e4 persona are areChanges areItITihI1I
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In I ro Ihe hUl10rtnlt Changes ChangesIrnpor Chnn ChiangeL el
L Army ArmyM IIY
LV 4 IQ i r1 I M 1 Senral rPraI Irnpor Irnporoccurrcd
> nb It fMn rra occurrcd to tohav
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t a It t on d Ih I relrr retirNi lst Iit nclo 10 lIe
c11d11 t 41 om rn duty II In corn om
n q 1 Of ahlfornia
k7 cn tvtik 1 s I itla 1H1r9 ry career altomla na naiVH
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i hK14 c wa IA 3 u K a r KtrRcneral raneral 9 > ii ai of ofTto ui uimeritorious
Tto f s n r his I l meritorious meritorioustornpalcn
2 4 Li 1 lU r of war tertorltua Ind sad lub
Pllo tornpalcn 1I ln he heI
to die that he Inserted his linger fn er and andthumb anllthumb andthumb
thumb In the wound ounl und urn with wih a 1 wrench wrenchtore wrenchtore wrenchtore
tore his jugular vein eln apart He le was waspromptly wn waspromptly
promptly rompt drenched with blood and ex expired expired cxphred ¬
pired In a 1 few minutes minutesThe mlnutcsThe minutesThe
The unfortunate young youlg man ma wan a acomparative acOIarallc acomparative
comparative cOIarallc stranger here having ar arrived arrlvell arrlved ¬
rived at Fort 1ort Dpuglnl Douglni only last Ilt week weekfrom wcektrom weekfrom
from Seattle Bta I te He 1 Was Wl8 noticed notced to be In Inlow Inlowsplrln Inlow
low lowsplrln spirits but nothing nothlnA much muchthioughuf was wasthoURlitof 1
thoURlitof thoulttlf hIs atjtjpnstintll a UDsht he whipped whippedout
out his razor and Ind committed comrltw the fatal fataldeed fnlnlleed fataldeed
deed deedThe leed leedThetuneral deedThe
The Thetuneral funeral took place haco at the post postthis pst pstthis postthis
this afternoon afternoonwas lernon lernonwas
was appointed appolntl brlMdlcrtrenerol Irh llergenera of regu regular regulars ¬
lars Inr In February Fcbraf 1901 1011 and niajorBcnrrnl niajorBcnrrnlIn mlorlcnrrl mlorlcnrrlIn reg
In IXC tm Tho vAcancy In n the 110 grade of ma majorgeneral nI majorgcneral ¬
jorgeneral caused by h Gen Hughes 1ullea re retirement reo reoUrcmcnt retlremcnt ¬
tirement wan today filled tle by the thl promo promotion liromotion Iromotnn ¬
tion tnn of iirlguen lrlOea Joseph C Uretken Uretkenridge Ireken IrekenrfdJl lireckenridge
ridge rfdJl Inspectorgeneral Inspclorgelcrl of tho army
That effect oOcer will be Immediately hnmcdlatel retired retiredand rtred rtredand retiredand
and IlrlgGen JrgGen wi Marshal Malhal I Ludlngton Ludlngtonluartermnitfriifrieral LudlnClonIlulrtermnlerelleral LudingionIurtermaitergctleral
Ilulrtermnlerelleral luartermnitfriifrieral of the army will willbe wil wilbe willbe
be promoted prmoted to thl Urn rank rlnk of malargen malargeneral majorlen majorlenea ¬
eral ea I den Iudlngton lullnKton will wi In turn bo re retired reotlll rotired ¬
tired tlll and the vacancy Vlcanc thus created will willbo wi willbe
bo 1 filled nle by b the he appointment nprlntmenl of IrlgQen IrlgQenJainea IrlgOen IrlgOenJ hlrigcenJ5rne3
Jainea J llS G lE Wade to the grade de of major majorgeneral mAjoreneml majorgeneral
general Th appointment al1lntmtnt of Oca OCI Wad Wadwill WalleI Wadesill
will I bo permanent pemanent until unl hla statutory slalulor re retirement rootremenl retirement ¬
tirement tremenl In April pl prll 1 107 107Om 197 197aen 7 7den
den Wada Wno U now no In command of tho thoiiepartmertt
department of Luzon P 1 1 I On the xtatu xtatulory Itatu ItatulOr statubr
lory lOr br retirement relrrmcnt of MaJOen MaUen George W W1als WDavis V VDavis
Davis 1als In July Jul next next < len cn Wade will wi suc succeed succe sueeeed ¬
ceed to tt th the command cmmnnd of the division of ofthe otthe orthe
ce the Philippines Phippines which Includes Incluls all al the mil military mi milflax ¬
itary tl flax forces tore In those lalands lalandsLumber 1lundsLumber ilundsLitniber
Lumber Prices Irloel Ueatlju UealJuScl UealJuSclTncoma Reathiusteil ReathiusteilTacoma ed edTocoma
Tacoma April Apri 11 11At 31At At the regular regularmeeting rlular rlularmeetng regularmeeting
meeting meetng of the rlce list lst committee committeeOf cmmitee cmmiteet
Of t the Pacific Pacfll Count Lumber Lumbtr Manu Manufacturers Manutnetuor1 Manufacturors ¬
facturers tnetuor1 association l8ocbton In Tacoma yti u
terday the schedule Ichlllulu was thoroughly thoroughlyrevised tholouhlYravlsml tborouthiyrevisad
revised and while whie it I was WUI as the unani unanimous ulonl ulonlInous unanililotis ¬
mous sentiment lmtlelt that no n general Jcneral ad advanco n adVance
Vance valCe should bo lo made a readjustment readjustmentwas
was as deemed leemell newciwry In 11 certain linen linenof Jle Jleot
of Block The principal Irllelpnl chances chunres were wereus wereU8 wereas
us follows followsFlooring folow folowFlrolln foIowFhcoring
Flooring Flrolln No Ni 1 vertical veltcnl grain haln ad advoncod ndancutl adVUflCCi
voncod 1 slashgrain rluhlnhl advanced Idnncoll 1 1Kir 1 IFir
Fir I lr luirtltlon 1111tton Nos J 2 and Ind 3 clear clearadvanced cear cearulvnlcod clearadvanced
advanced ulvnlcod 1 1Kir 1Iir
Kir 111 porch Ilolch decking decllnr and nlll celling cellg ceihiii and fir flrwindmill tr trwlllml firwlnditilli
windmill wlllml stock advanced 1IIIco1 1 1On 1 1On
On norcli columns the committee committeendoptcd conHnlteo conHnlteondolted conunitteeadopted
adopted ndolted tho St Paul and Ill Tacotmi TacotmiLumber TICIIIII TICIIIIIlul TtcotnfL1uniber
Lumber lul cr companys compulf list lst on cedar cedll and anda
a corresponding corwsllnnllnl advance all mnce on fir fr It I Is Isnn II isan
nn advance of from frol 10 to 15 5 per cent centIn ecntIn centin
In the list llctFir listFIr
Fir Jlr battens sustained advances nces rang
Int In from frol from three to MX fi ix cants cantsFir centsPir ents entsIIr
Fir IIr pickets plclwtl and fir fr eavefjutterfl caegutell were weregiven werenbl werealse
nbl alse given Ien lven an advance n valce according to toquality toIunl toquality
quality qualityA
A t committee commiteI was appointed to tofi con confer c6n c6nt ¬
fer t with wih the I Southwestern Washington WashingtonManufacturers Washlngtm Washlngtmllnnufncturers SushiingtonN
Manufacturers llnnufncturers N association Is80cilton relative lelltve to tonn toun toan
nn Increase In II the price rlce of tecs nnd nndstringers nndstrlnlerf andstringers
stringers stringerslllg strlnlerf strlnlerfn
lllg n Steel Plant 1IIIt for fil Georgia GeorgiaUnltlrnore OenrlnInlLmore JeorglsIlnitlinore
Unltlrnore InlLmore April Apri 11 IISenator 11Senator Senator Mc McLnurln McLflln McLaurin
Lnurln Lflln of South Carolina Cllolna In an al Inter Interview IntcrvIew interIeW ¬
view printed prlntct here says ns the Mohawk MohawkValley MohawkValley IohakVnle
Valley Vnle Steel company Crl1lan of which ho IR IRvi IslC n nvice
vice vi lC president lrellull has let contracts for the thl tli tlibuilding
building buidin of an Immense Iron and steel steelplant steelIlnnt steeltilatit
plant Ilnnt at IlrunHwIck IrunHwlck On al to cant flO 0
000000 0000 The president PJIldcnt of the Mrihawk Mrihawkcompany MlhawkCOmlJal Mhavkcompany
company COmlJal Is F Umsted of New York YorklllK YorlBI YorkImig
lllK BI Oil 01 TnnkH 111kH horned Ilurnednagad Hurnlll Hurnlllnal hornedflagad
nagad nal d Cal April Apri llOne 1One of the tl two twuJOOWW t1 two0O
JOOWW tOlJOO 0O gallon galol oil 01 tanks of the Santa Fe Fecompany F FIomlany Fecompany
company caught lire fro yesterday cHtcrI find findcuuscil f111 f111luuHell andeuUcl
cuuscil damage dalnCI amounting amOlltl to 150009 W In Inorder Innrder Inorder
order to save Ilve the second tank and Inll adja adjacent 11ncenl adjacent ¬
cent buildings bulllnJa the burning IJtrnln tank win winwrecked wnl wniwrecked
wrecked with wih dynamite lnam 10 and Ind the oil oi al allowed al10wII athowed ¬
lowed 10wII to escape eHClpe At t nn al oarly hour thH thHmorning tll tllmorning tlij tlijmorning
morning the Ih fire Or was still stl burning burlll but wn wnunder wnliliijtr
under 111111 control tlllr The rw fin toss to tho Santa tunla Fo FoIs Feis
Is estimated stmutd at Ct 30000 E0000Intsns 30000Kuiisns O OIrlsal
Kuiisns Irlsal Utopian As Asa Asin n lllonill lllonillTopeka Ilrul IlrulTop ilkgulTopeka
Topeka Top kn Ian April Apri II lhe 11The Tho Kansas KansasIlnplan lansR iansasUtopIan
UtopIan llolllan association assocnon IB nn Illegal Ilcgal organi organization or organtzatlon nnl nnlalon ¬
zation alon says laYI tho ha supreme court today tOdar in a adecision I adecIsion
decision handed hanlcd Ion In nn In appeal alltKII case cuseof lUHI caseof
of a I lodije keeper from llrown llTwn county cOlnl cOlnlStrllllll
Stripped Strllllll of o MM 11 KUbturfugc suhorfugc and prctnae It ItIs I itis
Is It simply a whiskey hl ke saloOn Inloon says the thacourt Iholourt thecourt
court This flls closes over WO 20 lodges with withC5OUO withVO with50OO
C5OUO VO memlicrs memlicrsScotirltlcH nlmhersSClurlllrM nwmfiersScetirItles
ScotirltlcH SClurlllrM Cain Appoul AppoulSt 1llul 1llulSt piieti1St
St Paul April Apri 11 lJllgo 11Jqdgo Judge Toting You 1 attor attorney ator atorl attorney ¬
ney l here her for the Northern Securities Securlira com company comIllnr corniany ¬
pany Illnr stated slotel today lodo Northlrn that the notice notce of ap appeal ititpeal P Pplal ¬
peal In tho government govcrment Injunction Injunctou cusu cusuwill cale calewil cuacviil
will wil not be riled Ilel until untl Monday MondayIt Momll siontlaIt
It J was WIS expected epccted that the appeal nppell would wouldbe woulb wouldbe
be b filed tlel today llu but the thl delay lelay Is nuU to tomean tolean tomean
mean lean nothing nlhln of Importance ImlJrtarec as lS the tiling tilingU JIIE
Is merely perfunctory perfunctoryCoiiRiilCecierul IertuuctoryConsulGeler1 PerfunctoryConsuiGciieral
CoiiRiilCecierul ConsulGeler1 nt lt Guayaquil GuayaquilWashington OURnqnl GusynquilWashington
Washington April AprlllThc U 11The The state depart department 11epartment departmciii ¬
ment announced I11OUncrd today lodn the appointment nlJpolnllenl of ofHerman ofHerman ofHerman
Herman 11 I Dietrich of ttlca ltol Mo Io as asconsul I Luconsul
consul tnsul general at Guayaquil Gunaqul Ecuador to toEticcecd tosuccecil tosucceed
succeed Thomas II Nast cartoonist who whortled whodied whotiled
died of yellow low fever while whte serving nt ntthat ntIhat atthat
that post Mr Dietrich Is the editor edior of oftho ufIh oftho
Vtlca tllen tho Ih herald Icrall a a newspaper published pUblshel at atVtlca 1 atttlca
Gllchrlfit OlchrlRt Transportation Co CoColumbus CnColumbus CoCoiumbua
Columbus 0 April prt llTho J 0 Oil Oilchrlst GI auchrist
christ chrst Transportation Transportaton company the so socalled tO tOcalell socalled
called calell steamship enl hl truit Increased Its Is cap
WO l t Ital Inl stock Itlck today from JlWOOW MO to tot too Fflto FfltoWO rat
No o Word ortl from Prcsldcrrt PrcsldcrrtCinnabar lresl trcsldentCinnabar eI eIClnnlbar
Cinnabar Clnnlbar Mont April Apri ll leC lISecy Becy I Ieb Iebhis Lnebhas eb ebhas
has his received Ie eled on word from President PresidentHoosevelt PresldantHooseelt PresidentRoosevelt
Roosevelt since he left Ittt hU hI headquar headquarters bcadquarter ¬
tern ter for his mountain camp cnmpon on Thurs Thursday Thursday Thursday ¬
day morning morningTUIUUHH morningrulticlIlil
Greatly Great Alarmed Marrnadvcr Over Hf Death Ienlh of ofKiiNslan ofIuHolln ofItliNalan
KiiNslan IuHolln Consul ConmilConstantinople COIHul COIHulComtantnople ConsulConstantinople
Constantinople Comtantnople April 11 nThe The news newsof OWS OWSot newsof
of the death of M St Cherblnn the theHupslan theluPRlnn theRussian
Russian luPRlnn consul clnsnlut at Mltrovltza Mlroltza European 1uropeanTUrkey EuropeanTurkey ruropeanTurkey
Turkey who was shot by an Albanian Albaniansentinel AlbanlnnRentne Albaniansentinel
sentinel Rentne recently recent at lt that place lace has hasgreatly his hisglaty hasgreatly
greatly glaty alarmed the authorities authortes here herewho herewho herewho
who as aq a 1 result resul anticipate antcipate complica complications complca complcatons ompllcations ¬
tions tons with wih HuBsln HuBslnConsular luBsln luBslnConsular ItunsiaConsular
Consular reports from Manastlr Manntr show showthat showthat showthat
that the thp annrchlal conditions conditons prevail prevailing prevai ¬
ing InA there ther are becoming bcoming more acute acuteAssassinations ncutelllsinatons acutetsaislnations
Assassinations lllsinatons of both loth Christians Christans and andMussulman andlu3suhnen andMussttlinen
Mussulman ore Increasing Incrasln In the thl die district dl dietrict ¬
trict of Prllcp during durlnl the past IJlst week weekno
no less IIs than thln 60 0 Christians Christans were killed killedby kied kiedby killedby
by Mussulmans MussulmansCall Mus6ulmRnsCnl
Call to National Hnukn HnuknWashington nnnkWalhlMton flanksWashington
Cnl ntonll
Washington April AIJrUlfhe 11 h1The The comp comptrailer compotrolel comptrollet
trailer trolel has hal Issued ISIIed a call cnl for condition conditon of ofnational oflatonal ofnational
national latonal banks at the thl cloeeOf cloee of business businessThursday luslnesl bUines8Thursday
Thursday ThurdlY April Apri 9 91ullrnnii 9InllnRllorler 9Inlltnau
1ullrnnii InllnRllorler Porter Hail Smnllpor SmnllporJamestown Smalllr SmalllrJamestown SinallrnrJamestown
Jamestown N Y April A prUlTho 11 31The Tho col colored colored colorel ¬
ored porter of a Pullman Pulman car c r attached attachedto aUlehel
to Eric I rl train No 6 eastbound enstbund was wastaken wnf wastaken
taken sick Ilck at Mcadvlllc Mealvlle last night and anda
a message esUge was as sent to this city for a aphysician I aphysician
physician to prescribe for him when the thetrain thetrain thetraIn
train arrived The examination examinaton showed showedthat showellthat showedthat
that he h had smallpox emalilox The he car clr was wasquickly wasquick vasquickly
quickly quarantined with all al of Its pas passengers posengen pasPengers ¬
sengers It I was sidetracked side tracked and nd much muchngalnst muchngnlnst muchagainst
against the protest rolcst of the passengers passengerswas pauengerswaslet passengerswasieft
was waslet left here when the train departed departedLattr de departedI4ttrit arted artedIAttr
Lattr IAttr I4ttrit It t was Wi attached atached to another train trainnnd trnlnDnl trainand
and Dnl proceeded lceedel toward New York dill dillunder sil stillunder
under close quarantine qunrntnE The porter was wasplaced wasPlaced ns nsl11aced
placed In another anothercarbyhiimself car by ly hlrnelf hhmel and re remained remnlncd remained ¬
mained there under strict guard and nndquarantine andquarantne andquarantine
quarantine quarantne All Al the passengers plsen r sub submitted aul submitted ¬
mitted mlted to vaccination vaccinationStrike vaccinaton vaccinatonSlrlke vaccinationSt
Strike St rike Situation Sllunton Thrcatcnlnc ThrcatcnlncAmsterdam Thrcntenlll ThrcntenlllAmstnrdom ThreMcnIaigAmsterdam
Amsterdam April Allrl 11 HTle hlTlie The Theirent dlsurrC disagree disagreeirent
irent between the strikers strlk r and th thworkmens thworkmens tbs tbsworkmens >
workmens defence committee commitee has ru rusuited roImlel restilted
suited Imlel In the the situation Iluaton ot affairs Ilalls be becoming hecoming becomIng ¬
coming more mor threatening thnatenlnA Further Jurthpl nnd nndmote nndmOle nadmore
mote stringent military miltor precautions precautionshavo pnnutons pnnutonsIave
have been tern hem taken Extra troops trops have haveiivn hnven haveien
iivn n summoned lulmoned here her and at the least leastBlgn Inlt InltIlgn leastsign
sign Ilgn of an outbreak outbrllt martial martal law will wi bc bcproclaimed boIJrclalmcd beProclaimed
proclaimed proclaimedQueen IJrclalmcd IJrclalmcdQueen ProclaimedQueen
Queen Signs IO Anil 4111 Strikc Strl c Illll IllllThe nl 13111The
The Hague April Apri 11 IAt 11At At nn urgent urgentclttlnp urgl urzentpitting lt ltfitng
pitting fitng of the first frRt chamber r of the theNetherlands th thrftherJlnfll theNetherlands
Netherlands rftherJlnfll parliament parlamcnt today todl the mi mitlstrlki nntsrlkc anIlstrike
tlstrlki tsrlkc bills Ils previously prvious adopted adolted by b the thesecond thespcond thesecond
second chamber were passed J1ssed unani unanimously ulnnl ulnnln1usl unanimously ¬
mously mouslyQueen n1usl n1uslQueen > > 1Queen
Queen Vilhelmlna WlhclllM Imcmdlatoly Imemlltll sane saneHoned sanetOIW sanctioned
Honed tOIW the antistrike nnUltrlko bills bls which hich forth forthwith forthwih forthwith
with wih became beeamt effective effectiveThe efrctn efrctnfhe effectiveThe
The military mlltlY remains under arms and andla andIn
la Guarding GuarIng the railroads railroadsGcrrnnni rlrlr rlrlrGermnn raIironlernmns
Gcrrnnni ernmns Arrest rrelt Mission lllon firmliiRlCH firmliiRlCHBoston GraluRtel GraluRtelDoslon radtanteiifloeton
Boston April pMI 11 HNews News of the arrest of ofa 01n
a n number num r of native nte graduates maual from frol A ml mlilon IIH mis misdata
data 1101 school at lt link one on of the Caroline CarolineInlands Carlne CarlneIslandt Carolineislands
Inlands Islandt by b the captain cplnln of A German war warship warship ar ar8hlp
ship who ho carrled arred those In custody eU8ol to lun Ponapa lunnpa lunspa
spa the rat of German government fOlrnmenl 90 90miles 3 3mIles
miles 1118 away was wa received rtclw1 today lodn by b the thoAnurtcan IhoA themte1can
Anurtcan A mlcan board bon Il of foreign missions ml lona The Theadvices TheIIvlcr8 Thetidvicca
advices IIvlcr8 were from Itcv 11 William Wiiam 1 L Sun Sllnton Btn Btnlon Sunson
ton who said 511 the arrrtt wan made mudI on the theRrotmd Iherund thegrotad
Rrotmd rund that the natives nalcl preach ngulnit ngulnittho olIIISt olIIIStIho
the German government The he natives nativeswcro nlltn nlltner nativeswere
were er seized Dec 31 They he were still 111 held helden heldcn helden
en ter Feb 1C 1 tho date of Mr I SUntont Btnsnl let letThe leiter letter
terThe The ho officials om daIs of the American Amercun board bar havo havoInformed haoInfore hiaeInformed
Informed Infore the Mate department II of the nr nrrrsts nrIa arrests
rests Ia requesting reuetng that steps toward toar re reUeM 10 redres3
UeM be taken tukcnllntula lukenIntsla takenRussia lieI
Russia Intsla Will Wi Exhibit KxhlbltSt I xhlbltSt
St Petersburg Ietlnbur April Api 11 1The 11The The Jour Jourral Jourrnl Jourart
ral rnl art de St Pctersburjr published publshr by bythe bytho bythe
the foreign torln office orcc today todo publishes pUblshcR nn nnappreciative nnnllPrlame anappreciative
appreciative nllPrlame article artcle on the St Louis Louisexposition lulsexposiion Louisexposition
exposition exposiion pointing pintng out the benefits bnl to tobt tobt tobe
bt derived dtl re therefrom therofm
Cruelty ctie1e to toInsatie to111Sal toI toJiisan
Insatie 111Sal Patients PatientsDisclosures jJ Pa atiel jjejj ts tsI ts6iscoSUfS isDisclosures
6iscoSUfS Disclosures of a Most Staztling Nature Nailrahima Naurehnalcs Inmates s Afraid to toTeslijy IaTcsIih
Teslijy 1 sllr Lest They 7l 7ie be Punished Pllished for fo So Doing r ° Beaten BeatenWith Batewiil alcl alclVilh
With Slung Sliolsc1tcndanls SholscAllendalls Sliols clillendanis Mnil ddmil GPa l ParI > arl of the theCfiatges III IIIClwgesll IicCIiar
Cfiatges Clwgesll CIiar jesJI Jl is a Kentucky Ieltlc ICiiiicl r Case
Louisville Ioulsvle Ky I April Ap 1 11 1AK 11As As the re result reo reolult restilt ¬
stilt lult of an al Investigation tlestgton Into chargea charr 8 of ofalleged ofnleJed ofalleged
alleged nleJed cruelty crlely on Oi tho part lart of tho at attendants nk nktendant attendunts ¬
tendants of the Lakeland LalleJant Insane asy asylum asyIUI asyhunt ¬
hunt IUI situated about Ihout 11 1 miles mlc from this thiscity thiscl titiecity
city cl some 10lnU disclosures of a startling stlrtln na nature natme antuue ¬
ture have been made malc A number of pa patlents patent patients
tlents tent have testified tesllel before the Investi Investigating Inst investigatlng ¬
gating gatn committee commitee that they have IIe been beentliu bcel bectithe
the victims lctlls of acts of cruelty cruely and some someof someof omeof
of the th witnesses wltnpseR stated that they feared fearedto flnred flnredto
to tell tel all ni nh they knew on account of tho thofact tlo tlofact tilofact
fact that they the would suffer sufer at the thohands thahnndR thehands
hands of the attendants ateldnnts at the close of oftho otthe ofthe
the examination examinationAccording examlnnton examinationAccordIng
According to the testimony testmony of several foveralwlUicHses FlwornlWltlCI8CH severalsituie8ses
wlUicHses WltlCI8CH one of the favorite tyorlo forms of ofpunishment orpunlKhment ofitIt1LshInent
punishment for slight slght infractions InfructonR of tho thorules thurUles tiitirUles
rules on the part of the patients patents won WII wana wanabeating a abeating nleatng
beating leatng with vlh a slung shot formed formpl of a aHock I i isock
Hock HOC I In which a potato or some lome other otherhard otherhald otherhard
hard hald vegetable veAeta ble had been placed
Manila Mania April Apri 11 ItTho 11The The Investment of ofItacolod otlacoJOl o oIlacolod
Itacolod lacoJOl Island of lt if Mindanao MIOlnnao which whichwas whichwas vhiichiwas
was captured rnpturel by b Capt Ptrshlngs laRhlng1 forces forcesafter torcesacer forgesafter
after acer a n fight lght In which hl h a hundred hundlcd Moros Moroswefe Moroswete Moronvete
wefe killed klell occupied three days The Theflnal Thefnal Thufinal
final fnal assault Issnul was made at noun nun noonnesday Wed Wednesday ef efnesda ¬
nesday nesda Desperate fighting fChtng took place placeInside pluco placoInside
Inside the forts Seven cannon canlon were werecaptured werecnpturel vorecaptured
captured cnpturel and 11 1 Americans AmerlcalS not threft threftaa tlret threas
as previously cabled were wounded a afew afew afe
few fe of them seriously scrlous It I Is probable probablethat
that all al the Americans will wi recover recoverTho recoverThe recoverThe
The column approached nacolod early earlyon arlyon
on Monday and anl found new forts which whichhad whichha whichhad
had ha been a year yelr under construction construct construction on Hy ¬
ing battle batle flags fas The Moroa did dll not notwait notwnlt notwait
wait to be attacked ntackel but fired a 1 volley volleywhich voley voleywhih volieywhIch
which whih wounded two Americans Capt CaptPenning CaptIerhlng CaptIershing
Penning Ierhlng then decided decded to bombard bombad the thofortifications thl thefortifications
fortifications forU catonf and uld McNairs and Oatt Oattleys Gat Oattheys i
leys batteries baterlcs took up positions positons and andshelled nndsheled andshelled
shelled sheled the forts and works until unt Wed Wednesday Wednesday i ineslay
nesday neslay morning morninG the Infantry and Ind cay cavalry cnvnlry cayaIry ¬
aIry supporting supportn the attack atack Many Man of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Mores Iors left lef the forts on 01 Monday lonlay and andTuesday audTue andTuesday
Tuesday Tue luy nights nlfht8 and escaped escapcl In inTue boats boatsThe boqt8The
The assault on Wednesday W lnlll was wa Cftiu nn nnful aau
fully ful prepared The Tie Column lulTn curried rlrJeel rrJefi fdr fdrwnrda Cdl th thwarda
wnrda wlrdn bamboo bridge brlJge on which all nl the thetroops th thtruops thetroops
troops crossed crossci the moat under fire tre and andafterward andMterward andafterward
afterward scaled the walls wals The fight fighting fght fghtInA fightlag ¬
lag InA Inside Ilslle tho forts was as most desper desperate ¬
ate Sixty dead deat Moros were found founl be beride besldo beside
ride the walls nI8 and 40 welo were hilled 1led In the thetrenches thetrenches thetrenches
trenches trenchesThe trenchesThe trenchesThe
The whereabouts wherealoutR of the th sultan sultn of Ba Bacolud nacolol fincolijl
colud colol Is not known Ho 10 Is believed beleved to tohave tohave tohave
have escaped Monday Mondn night nightMaJGen nightMajGen iiighitMajGen
MaJGen Davis Dn viI reached 1antar
North Lanao yesterday He le Is In com communication communlcaton cornmunication ¬
munication munlcaton with Capt Cnllt Penning Porlhll and andhas andhnl andhas
has hnl forwarded supplies lupplcl to Maharlu Maharluwhich Maharluwhich laharJuwhich
which Is the destination destnaton of Pcrshlngs Pcrshlngscolumn Iershlngscolumn lershlngscolumn
Washington WaFhlngon April Apri 11 lGel 11Gout Gen Davis has
Gen Iorlcr Porter Will Wi Not NotParis ot HCIJn HCIJnPnrl Resign ResignPnris
Paris April Apri 11 l1 11It It Is Isstatcl stated by those thosehaving thosehnvlng thosehiaIng
having hnvlng knowledge knoll dge of the facts that thatAmbassador thntAmllspalor thatAmbassador
Ambassador Amllspalor Porter has no purpose purp fc of ofteslgnlng ofcslgnlng ofresigning
resigning The only onl plans he has made madearc madearc
arc 11 that after n short rest with his hisdaughter hisdaughter hisdaughter
daughter Elsie EsIe at a I point mtir n lr here hereho helc helch hereho
ho h probably will 11 resume his duties Ilut s at atthe atthe atthe
the embassy His Is friends frends were wer sur surprised surprlcd surPriSed ¬
prised prlcd at the publication IJublcaton here today todayof
of a report lellrt that he had asked aek for two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months leave to return rtur to America AmericaThe AmericaThe AmericaThe
The only onl application applcnton ho has hnf made wastorwnrle was wasforwarded wasforwarded
forwarded torwnrle weeks weks ago It I was not con connected connete conneeted ¬
nected nete with wlh recent rcent events eventl and did dil not notpermit notpermit notpermit
permit of f his visiting vJsltnA the United UnlcdStntcs UnlcdStntcso States StatesNo StatesNo
No o application applcation has thus thul far tnI been l m made madeby iad iadh madeby
by h the ambassador amba ndol to go to America AmericaThe Ameica Ameicafhe AmericaThe
The determination determlnnton of his movements is isawaiting 18nwnllng isawaiting
awaiting nwnllng an exchange of letters leters be between between betvecn ¬
tween the family familyHan faI faIfan familySan
Han fan Domingo 001 I I ItolielH lrhelM Checked CheckedWashington ChcekedashlnJton ChaeckeLWashington
Washington ashlnJton April Apri 11 1U 11U U S Consul ConsulMaxwell ConsutMaxwcl ConsulMawe1l
Maxwell Maxwcl at Santo Domingo City CI ca called c caPled
Pled under yesterdays YCterlJns date that the theInsurgents theInsurAents theinatirgents
Insurgents InsurAents had hnl been driven Into that thatcity thatcity
city 11 on 01 the 9th th lnt In t and that their theirbatteries theirbaterlos theirbatteries
batteries baterlos and nnt Infantry had then thenchecked thenChecked thenchecked
checked Checked the advance hancl of the govern governmint AOcr governnnnt
mint Ilmt force tores The firing frlnA continued continuedthroughout contnueJ contnueJthrolhout continuedthrotighout
throughout throlhout the day da and Ind until unt the fol following tollowln followIng ¬
lowing morning The consul adds alds that thatmissiles thatmlseles thatiniseiles
missiles mlseles were flying jnB over the city clt as asthe asthe aslie
the cablegram cnhlegrm was being heln written writtenKloplnR writen srittenEloping
Eloping 1 loplnl Olrl 011 un Takes olnon olnonCincinnati OISOI OISOIClnclnnnt olsnnCincinnati
Cincinnati Clnclnnnt Ohio April liti1 11 1 11Margaret 11MargaretClark Margaret MargaretClark tngret tngretlark
Clark of this thl city clt Is reported reportci dying dyingtoday dInJ dyingtoday
today toen from frm the effects eIts of polKon tllRon which whichho whichshin I Ifl
fl shin ho says a s she he took while whie on a train trainenroute trnlnenut trainenroute
enroute enut from Dayton Ditnn Ohio Frank FrankHlae Frnk FrnkIn Prank1Ilae
Hlae In of If Dayton says I S ho and the dying dyinggirl Ihlnlrl dyinggirl
girl lrl recently rlnty eliped to Covlngton Ky Kywhere K Kwher Kywhere
where they thp were married To Dr DrWochcr Drocher DrWocher
Wochcr ocher the ui dying 11 11 woman staled stntel that thatnfter thatnflcr thatafter
after u quarrel quarrl In Davton with fines Blasshe nlaeRhe finesshe
she he purchased urCha CI the th poison 11on end 1 nd boarded boardedthe hOted hOtedth
the th train tnln Dines IneR followed toowet her anti all she sheswallowed shl sheswallowed
swallowed swnowcr the poison plon while whie seated tntell with withhim withhim Ith Ithhim
him on tho train Dr Wochcr ocher con considers considers conalders ¬
siders her recovery r oe hopeless hopelessKnrcnn hopelessICn hopelessInrcna
Knrcnn ICn nn CoronationPostponed CoronationPostponedWashington Co Coronniinu 111 al Inn = Pnuponr PnuponrWnlhlngton iotposicil iotposicilWashington
Washington Wnlhlngton ArHl rl 11 lWlIII 11Wont Word ha hacome hal hac hacetorne
come C11 by b roble mlle to the state tatp department departmentfrom deprlmcnt deprlmcntrom
from rom Minister All Alin 1 < n at Seoul Korea Koreathat ICor Koreathat
that the coronation coronaton celebration Cllebrton has hasbeen hll hasbeen
been postponed until unti autumn autumnDANISH autumnn autumnIAiSIt
DANISH n sJ WKST lST INDIES INDIESItoynlConitnlixloii I iNIiESItoyal nms nmsnoyal
ItoynlConitnlixloii noyal CllunlN CtisnisloiileneN lol lenven lrnIA HeThomas HeThomasIn St t1holnl ThioninsIn
In II Very lr ery PemlmlKtlo lollI llu hi hinshington Mood MoodWashington rnIWashington
Washington April Apri 11 1Adlct1 11Advices Advices rf rfcelved r rctInd recelved
celved ctInd here are nr to the effect tIect that the theroyal tle tleroral tleroyal
royal commission left lef St Thomas a few fewdays tel fewdays
days ago alO for Denmark Denmlrk In a pessimistIc petslmlsllcframe pessimistIcframe ulml Ue Uetrame
frame of It mind 111 After ter the treaty of ee eeslon l ccc cccsioti
slon slol had been leen laid aside aJde the Danish Danjihgovernment DanlhAoernment Danishgovernment
government Aoernment to placate plarae the residents rshenb pf pfthe tiClie f fthe
the Danish Dantlh West Indies and nnt the peo people peapI peopie ¬
pie pI nt homo homl who favored faorl cession cosIlon to tothe totne tothe
the United Pnled States sent this commission commissionto
to the Inlands IRlan11 to devl 411I devise p means for tho thoImprovement thoImprvment theimprovement
Improvement Imprvment of the condition ronllton of the tal talanders sl slanders I Iandels ¬
anders andels by b the readjustment radjuetment of salar salaries aala1lee ¬
lee the establishment tstnlMbment of direct dlrct linen lneR of ofsteamships oftcamlhlps ofsteamshIps
steamships and ant changes chnn 1 in customs du dutle dulu duties
tle lu ties which It was as hoped 110 1 might recon reconcile ton tonI reionella ¬
ella the Islanders to their retention
I rtent < J by byDenmark byDenmnk byDenmark
Denmark Denmnk It I now Appears ppenr that the thocommission thecommission thecommIssion
commission WAS WI8 very eo much discouraged discouragedby dIscourage
by what It I taw uw and heard herd so U I 1 is CD lD si
Somo of the patients declared lar l d th the the11nll they theybail y yImd
bail frequently lrCluelt been be 01 cdioktil ChOtll l One Ole had hadbeen hndbcentnken hadbeen
been bcentnken taken Into a hack room nnd tied tiedto t tIIto 11 11to
to a chair an ll attendant ntlnlant following folowing with witha wih wihI
a I leaher Ml Iwl The witness wlncHI who ho told toldthis loldthl9 toldthis
this story Ilor did 11r not 10t know Imol what had or orourrefl 01CUIe a aetirred
ourrefl CUIe In II the hack hark room 1001 howaver howaverBrulseH howlr howlrrulsC liuwverflruises
BrulseH rulsC on the breast and Ind legs of If nile onuof OMf nileof
of f the patients pntun IR were shown IIH 11 proof proofthat prof profthnt proofthat
that ho had been lecn kicked Itcked by b the attend attendants atend atendantsanJlt attendantsand
ants antsanJlt and It was IS developed developel that shower ehowerbaths showerbaths howelbaths
baths were also Ilso used UHOI ns a I means mCIS of ofpunishment ofUIIHhment ofpunishment
punishment UIIHhment tin II patients IRtonts being helnt held heldwhile hell heldwhile
while whie cold water was ac allowed alowed to ililp on onthem onthem onthem
them Two 111 attondnntu atellnntA after being beingclosely beingiOS4
closely iOS4 questioned quostonfl admitted adlltefJ that they thuyhad th theyhail y yhalt
had kicked and nld choked choke patients patonts hut butpaid hutiItil
paid 1111 that thlt they tly had hal been 11 forced to do HO HOIn 10 10I sojit
jit In I selfdefense as they the had hnl been leen at attacked atnekei attncked ¬
tacked tackedThe tnckedThe nekei
The Investigating 1 thltlg committee commltcc will w1 con continue contnue COiltiiiue ¬
tinue tnue UK IH labors labQrfnexl next week wCfle we lc and Illl tutu It t Is cx cxjiecteij 01 echeCtCt
jiecteij Ieetcc that thatl a report will U soon ROOI be pre prepared 1110 1110parpII propaved ¬
pared for or the board boar of commissioners com118 loncls of oftho otthe oflie
the asylum n lum under nlor who whol hio supervision tho thoInvestigation thoInvestgatOI theinvestigatIon
Investigation InvestgatOI Is being conducted
cabled ched the following fOlowing report of Capt
Pershlngs lerhJng Attack upon the Moro fort fortress tortt tortMtn1la ¬
ress lSE ot t Hafiolod HafiolodMtnln Ualolod UalolodI
Mtnln I nla April Aprl 11 1 lllgan 1gan April Apri 11 11Inpumwnce 11 11lnptursuunc
Inpumwnce of my I in orders based ased on onthe onthe onthe
the recommendation rocll ncnton of Gen Oel Sumner SumncrCapt SumnerCnpt SumnerCapt
Capt Jplm J Penning started last
Monday MondL for exploration exploraton of the wcsC wcsCcoast wcsecoast wesCcoast
coast of Lake Lanao He le visited many manytlitttos
dattos diltOS per PCI Invitation 11laton The he Uacolod UacolodMoros Uncolot hiacolodMores
Moros have peislstently Ilelslstent defIed deled us since sincewe alncewe sincewe
we reached the lake and have kept war warHags war1lags warIlags
Hags flying over their forts which were werereported Wert ere erereported
reported the strongest on the lake He HePented HoIlented lievented
vented efforts were made to Induce the thoeultan thesulan thesultan
sultan sulan to o come to Camp Vicars for a afriendly 1 1trlenJIY afriendly
friendly talk but he never came c me When WhenCopt WlumCaPt VhenCapt
CaPt Pershing approached the tort
last Monday he was fired upon and two twomen twotln twomen
men tln were ere severely Iccrcly wounded wounled There Therewas Thcrewa
was nothing left lef but to overcome the theresistance theeslstnce theresistanCe
resistance eslstnce The place was WIS very strong strongurroundet
Surrounded urroundet liy a ditch 30 feet deep d ep The Thellrst Tho11t Thefirst
first 11t attack atack drove the defenders defelders out of ofthe ofLheeterlor oflie
the Lheeterlor exterior trench trelchOn On April Apri S tho fort fortwas fortwns fortwas
was assaulted assauled and the dlfm dl h crossed un under under undec ¬
der lire fre over a bamboo bidge bldAe made mne by bythe ly lythe bythe
the troops trool8 The walls wals of the fort were werescaled werescnled werescaled
scaled the Moros torol defending desperately despertely
By D 2 p m 11 our oUrtn trc ps > wore In II full ful poa poaseTrjB jus juslel vu vui3eh1r
seTrjB lel 1n Many Qnv of vhe ne Moros tro were killed killedComjjtote kied kiedClllloto kIlledCmniote
Comjjtote Clllloto Cmniote list of casualties easualt Eleven ElevenAVounded Eeti Eetiounded Elevenwounded
wounded seven Ieen canon four lantakaa lantakaaiind InntalcasInd
iind Ind many Inn other captured clpturc arms nlms Pre Previous Prevlou8 Proious ¬
ious study stud of the situation slualon careful carefulpreparation careful carefulIlreparton carefulPreParation
preparation Ilreparton and nd disposition dIspositon accounts for forthe forthn fortha
the small amnI loss to our troops so ably ablycommanded ablycommnnled ablycommanded
commanded commnnled by Capt Perching Perhlng He has hasmoved hns10ed hasmoved
moved 10ed forward to complete his explora exploration explorn expioration ¬
tion ton and visit the frlendlles friemles his objec objective objectve objecttve ¬
tive tve point being lcln Maraqul Maraqul I have for forwarded torwnlded or orwarded ¬
warded supplies supples from frm roan Pantar 1lntal near tha thaoutlet thaoutet thuoutlet
outlet outet to the lake I spent last night nightthere nightthpre nightthere
there The work on the lllgan 1ln road roal Is IsIn IsIn isIn
In good goo condition conditon and ald progressing llrOlresslnl fa favorably favorlly taorably ¬
vorably vorlly In a month wagons will wi viii bn bnable ll beable
able to reach Maraqul from roan there Am Amleaving Amleaving Mnleaving
leaving for Jole tonight tonightSigned tonightSllnod tonightSigned
Signed Sllnod DAVIS
tlrely trel possible that there will wi be a astrong I astrong
strong revival Ivlval of the cession eeslion movement movementIn 10VCIlnt 10VCIlntIn
In Denmark when hen they return retun Tech Technically Technlcal Technically ¬
nically nlcal the treaty trnt of cession ratified ratifiedby ratnNl ratnNlh
by h the United Unlel States senate Is pending
before the th Danish government Aornment and urn If Ifthere IfIhere ifthere
there Is a change chnn In public pulc feeling fcelng there thereIt thereI
It I may mi be ratified rtlelllnd and tho cession corn cornplctcd completed cornpletod
plctcd providing prolllng the rlgsdaf Is called calledIn coied coiedIn
In special sp lul session before July Jul when tho thotime thotme thetime
time tme allowed alowed for exchange of ratifica ratifications rtfca rtfcatons ratifications ¬
tions tons expires expiresMK expiresRig
MK 1 Tract ractof of Coal Discovered DiscoveredWllkesbarre UIHcovorrcl4 UIHcovorrcl4Wlkesliarro Iiscovered4Wllkesharre
Wllkesbarre Wlkesliarro Pa April A pIl II nAn An Im hnlenpe lrnmneflse Immense ¬
mense lenpe tract trct of coal has hal hin just been dis discovered discovered illscovered ¬
covered In Hanover 1anoer township south pf pfthis otthis pfthIs
this city elt on land owned by h the Dela Delaware Delavare Delavare ¬
vare Lackawanna Lekawonn Western WIster and Ind the he
Lchlgh IehlAh Wllkesbarre Wlkeslrre Coal company
Eight EIlt new leI veins vins have ben len discovered discoveredwhich IlscooreI IlscooreIwhich discoverihwhich
which wero ere re never before found In tho thoupper thoupper thetipper
upper coal fields lehls while whie underneath underneaththem underneaththeni
them arc the he I IZvelns l2 veins now worked In Inother Inother inother
other parts of the upper region These
20 o veins aggregate aggre nla 150 1 tact fet of coal the
lowest lowtst being 2300 230 feet
It Is estimated estn1atel that there are 300000
COO 00 00 tons of coal In the tract The dis discovery dil diacovery ¬
covery COCr Is 1 by I far the thl most valuable over overmade overimmade
made Inde In the anthracite nnthracle region since Its Itsgeneral itsgeneral
rellon Is Isgcneral
general development developmentBJBHa devcIopmentowns developmentiJBfls
owns AllllESTEI AllllESTEIItoier AWESTEDloxer tltflES1EDiloxer
Itoier loxer Chanreil Chnlled With Wih Stealing Stlnln Clollilnc Clothlll CIotIiIi CIotIiIiFroiii i
From rol a 1 CoIoiei olor ololld J Womal WomalGEorge Woman WomanGeorge WomanGeorge
George GEorge Glbns Gbbs the boxer loxcr who recently recentlyhad rNenty rNentyblla
had a contestWith Jerry Jerr McCarthy
conteltwlh cCalth was wasarrested wnsareRtcd wasarrested
arrested areRtcd today t ol a on the charg of petit petitlarceny petitlarceny et
larceny H I js alleged nleged that he hI stole Itole some someclothing s4meclothing re reclothing
clothing from a Icolorw colored woman WOllan Glbbs Glbbslaughed abb abblaughed aibbelaughed
laughed about the
charge and claims
the matter mRter to be simply a I Joke anl He le de de ¬
posited ps1d bonds for his appearance In
court when hcn wanted wantedSMALLPOX wantedSM
wantl wantlHMAIJI
Six New NCWCnSe9 Vases DurJiijr IIII Pnrhi llio Week and and1M amtta
1M ta Xovf SQ w 111 Detention DetentionFor Detenton DetentonFor
For the week WNk ending April 11 there
< nlng rl 1 were 1HO
U < l births reported teJrtC to the th board onr of health
M 1 being males and iii
helnA Int a 3 females this s I
two lets than for tho preceding
prlcllnl week weeknnd weekand weekand
and more morl than three thrl times Ims the Ihl number for or
the name aml week of laat year 01 The deaths dMlhl deathsor
for or the thl week 11 were WEre the name Ilme us a for ° the
week ek Leturt before thlr l0n btlnl being 1ii G the lmumbir um
of ofnch each sax ox unt IUmlr
101 bring equal For 101 the corro corrore
lpnln spondng Icrloll ot ° f last a > t mr l lAt deatti crJ
reported0 a dcii
Were Ire re rlJortl reported
At ttie close of last report there
I 12 eases of ticirlct l o rlet faver fOEr ever repor In quarantine Ire
seven > new lew cow CI u dACtoped vclop CloP1 < Hl during lurlng uamltnl the
week and fh n fle
were released relea from trim r
lJ qu quir
nnln antlne l2nV iftvlif having 1 13 cacl C4iC In detcn lelenlo detention frm ln qUi as
compared with 2S for
rmpartl wlh or the gamo lamo week wlk of
last la year yitrKour lr
Four n new w
case of diphtheria were re
P Jrted ported ° d during duJng the week wetl and the wer witne 11 me
number having been discharged left 1mI
hnll 11sehare eight
tnsts nIC In quarantine quarnlne tho same number llhl ns
the week erk before bore and DII three less II numbr than for
the Ih same saro week of ICO 1m
New tiiwrs I of smallpox decreased from
Im31px deerelfl trm
U l last t we week l k to six for the period rtod covered cnr1
by th this report rcrrt S cases were discharged
leaving 23 Z cases ll In detention tletenlln us W a against <
CO 0 for the preceding flcdlnt wek i Hi For the oGolnst i same samewuk > am amuik
uik k of April Alrl l 11 l when the greatest
number of catty In any nn one month since
C4UI Inc
the disease developed In tha city ell were t tportid tt re reported
ported ortd Hurt thlt w wee were r M cuei tUt cci reported rprt
r r rII
4 + II t + H + H + HH + H + I + I +
x 1
f News from tho bedside of ofPresident ofPresident 1
1 President lrefhlent Urlgharn lrl hn1 Young YOUngthI9 hits thlaafternoon hitsaftQrnooii
afternoon acornoon was to tl the effect thnt thnthis thtHhis thin thiniiis
J his condition conditon was IIBuuh such that thuthore thuthoreWIK thattlierono there therewas f
was WIK no telling tellll what an an hour hourmight hourmIght hourmight
might bring bring forth His Hs son Dr lrA DrA DrA
A C Young YOUlg when asked nslt d con corij CI conk
j h cernlng cerlng his lmi conditionMild cOldltOI conditloti Mid He Hey le lIehi
y 1 l II hi very very bad laL jn In fact crltl crltlcal crlUr critir
r r cal cnl Such 810h tldWa UMn will I bring brll nor sorj SOl norrow
j row to tho ho hearts hoaltsor of many 11nl frlonds frlondswho 1
1 I who for the past few months monthshave monthsF
F 1 have been mingling Ilnlul their prnyera prnyerafor x xl 1
j for his recovery It I Is II understood understoodX Ulllerltood Ulllerltoodj +
X j that tmL President Young Youn took a and andf Rld X Xm
f 1 m den change for the worse yoster oter j
1 day ami Ind hint tlnt over since 81nc ho has hasteen X Xbeen 1
been teen gradually rdlnly sinking sinkingTimnE Ilnl sinkingThlliffi < ng ngTlUE
1 TimnE TlUE OCLOCK ocrOf J llULLEriN llULLEriNAt IULgJN 1 1At
At this thll hour Provident Young Is Isunconscious 11 11Ilconscluu x xIlaicoriseltius
unconscious Ilconscluu rallying rullng only onl at attimes t
times tmel Said the doolor < 00101 This Is IsX II ishiie
X hl his lust Illness Incss He cannot ro rof reo 1 1COCI
1 + f cover The ibm end enl may come at It any anytime nnytmeporhaIJ anytaniierhiais
time tmeporhaIJ taniierhiais perhaps In an 11 hour hOUIII hourmay hourmaybe may maybe ¬ I Ibe
be longer 10nJer but not a great gfnt while while1C whie whiletleath +
1C C as al death Is Inevitable InevitableANOTHER IneYlnlo InevltahheANOTIE 1 1IIH II IIC
IIH + HIH + + + H HANmm
AVtntlier W lthcr Hurcixu 1111 lilhleittiSOiflI SoiuU SOll Out 81 SiRnala SiRnalaWlll luaIsSI11 nI19 nI19Wi
Wlll Wi bo Io Hero Imc TonlplitThe Tonlplit fOIIhlThe
The mcrcurj fell tel to 2S 2 degrees leAIOR this thismorning thl8110rlnh thiai
morning 110rlnh i and It It has been lecn be raw ra cold and andunpleasant alldunpleasant andunpleasant
unpleasant nil ni day dn The le coldest coltest place placeon plleenn
on the map Inp yesterday was Wa Wlnnemui Wlnnemuica
ca Where here the mercury melCI registered 1C 1Cabove IGnlove 16above
above nlove zero z ro and an < In southern Idaho II ho It Itwas Itwns itns
was ns 22 There Is a high area rapidly rapidlyapproaching Ilpdly Ilpdlynpproachlng rapidlyapproaching
approaching from trol the west but there thereIs thee I IIR
Is predicted another heavy frost to tonight tonight toaught ¬
night but no special damage la ex expected exeeted oxhiooted ¬
pected eeted owing ollnl to the lie undeveloped undev lopcd con conof cal condiion
dlUon of vegetation vegetationSALT ygotalon ygotalonSAW vegetationSAul
Report for March Slunvn an Enrollment EnrollmentOf EUlolment EUlolmentOf
Of Nearly Nnl 12000 12000The 12OOQThe 12001Time
The report of tho Salt Lake schools schoolsfor
for Or the month of March show the total totalenrollment totl1 totl1enrolhncnt totalenrollment
enrollment to be 11983 198 of which num number number nuinher ¬
ber C3 3 were colored pupils pu pHs This Thil Is Isslght n nslight aslight
slight slght decrease In tho enrollment enrolment as ascompared ascompared ancompared
compared with wih the month of February Februarythere I Februarythere ebruarythere
there being over 12000 pupils pUllK enrolled enrolledduring enroled enroledduring enrolledduring
during that month 10nth The average num number numher runher ¬
her of pupils IIUllls per teacher during dUll ng March Marchwas tlrch tlrchwns
was 39 the average avcra e per cent of attend attendance atend atendance attendance ¬
ance was 033 and the average per cent centof centot centof
of punctuality punctualty was 990 There were
1312 cases of tardiness four fourclscs fourclscscorporl cases o ocorporal of ofcorporal
corporal corporl punishment UnIRhlent and Inl 33 3 cases lsea lseatruancy o otruancy of oftrtinncy
truancy during the month The Union Unionschool UnionIchol UnIonschool
school Ichol ranks ranltsfrst first In percentage of punc punctuality punctualiy punctuahity ¬
tuality tualiy ls Its t rote being 100 per er cent centTHE cent centrUE centIIE
It I Will Wi Iroualjly lro lrobabiyNot allyut Not be Concltid COlclud Coiicludd1Jul11 d dUntil t
Until Ult Monday MondayThe 1outiayTIme
The prosecution prolecuol In the case cna of A E EGcrber EGerber EGerber
Gerber a streetcar man accused accuRe of ofcausing otclusnG ofcausing
causing clusnG the downfall downfal of Anna Annn Kstell Estel a aICyenrold a a16yearold
ICyenrold girl was concluded this thlamorning thismornln thismorning
morning and nnl Judge Judlu Diehl Is now hear hearing hl 0ie 0ieIng ¬
ing InA the defendants story Gerbers de defense defense detense ¬
fense Is un In alibi alibiJ nlbl nlblJ
J S Uarlow a earman testified tcstlel hat hatGcrber hatGerbcr hintGerber
Gerber worked with wih him on the night nightalleged nightnleged nightalleged
alleged nleged In the complaint as the time tme the theoffense theofense timeoffense
offense ofense was committed committedMm commltel
Mm Ir irs Gerbcr Ierber wife of tho defendant defendantswore deteldant deteldantswore defendantswore i
swore that after ater working hours her herhusband herhusband herhusband
husband came caml home homl nnd remained remainedthere remalnel remainedhere
there thereTho thercThe hereThe
The case will wi probably not bo tu conclud concluded ¬
ed until untl Monday MondayFACTORY MondayFACTORY ollny ollnyjACfURY S
Will 1 Have I 0 0 aStipuIlant a Sunl Ilnnt Like That to toDo tolo tolb
Do lo lb Built Dult nt Iilnlio itIio Falls FallsHcxburg Fals Falslexburg FallsRcxhjurg
Hcxburg lexburg Ida Is to have a great greatbeet Cet CetLeellulr greatbeet
beet Leellulr sugar factor tho duplicate duplcnte of the theestablishment th thulnllshment thiccetabllshunent
establishment ulnllshment going lolnl up nt Idaho Tails Tailsnnd l Fallsand al
nnd the fanners In the vicinity Iolnl have haveagreed havl havlalf haveagreed
agreed alf cd to plant 7000 iO acres ncrs of sugar sugarLretH RUgl RUglrtR sugarbr
LretH br rtR ts during lurlnA the spring eJrlnl of 1904 with withwhich wih wihwhich withvhicli
which to supply sUllY the tlm new nt factory factoryCareful foctorCarof factoryCareful
Careful Carof Inquiry In this city clt this thi af afternoon nfternoon atternoon ¬
ternoon olloltoil fldlel the tact that Manager ManagerT
T U Cutler had been negotiating with withthe withtime
uter Ic otltnJ wih wihthe
the farmer farm e n ear ar Itcsxburg Hcuri for some sometime sometme somelame
time tme find nl that while whie It wnt cI l expected expectedthat IIected IIectedthat
that contracts Conlrnets would oull be closed dosli ns In Indicate Indhntet indlcated ¬
dicate dhntet It Id II not nt definitely delnlely known that thatthey thlt thlttll thatthey
they tll have been Mr II Cutler Cut r was not notIn notIn notIn
In Salt Sal Lake today and therefor thOfor a astatement I astatement
statement statllnnt could not be obtained obtllnel from fromhim frol fromhiinm
him direct directDIED IIrct IIrctDED directDIE
Kobcrt Uolert Joseph Inlmsnn 11hl501 of oflls Tills City a nVictim aVictm aVictim
Victim Victm of Ihno Kidney Trouble TroubleRobert TroubleRobert rrou It
nobor Robert Joseph JOleph Johnpon a I resident repl ent of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city ciy died Iler today at St Marks hos hospital hospital hiospitni ¬
pital where he hI underwent nn operation operationfor olleraton olleratonfor
for kidney trouble two weeks ago De Deceased Deceased Usceased ¬
ceased was WIS born lor at Ucrmondsoy Ion Iondon lndon Lonthan
don England Enllanll FK Fe 16 1S2S lS and nnl for formany rorman formany
many man years tlr resided n hlcnt at Hereford where wherehis wherehIl wherehis
his hIl home was Wnl always nlwa1 open to the Riders Ridersmany Rhl ildermany rp
many of whom will wi remember him with withfeelings wtlhfeelngs withfeelIngs
feelings feelngs of affection ntlllon and nOi will I grieve tu tuhear tvhenr ii iihear
hear of his Ila sudden death The funeral funeralwill funeraJwi mineralwIll
will wi bc announced nllounce later laterDEEP latlr latlrD interJEEI
Paniiibtet I Illlct Written Writen nnd nu Compiled Compled by byM byI byM
M I K 1 Jones 1013 Issued IssuedDeep IssuedtDN11 issuetiDeep
tDN11 Deep Creek Clek Mines lhlS Is the title tto to a apamphlet a1llphlet a1amphlet
pamphlet 1llphlet just Issued Issuo from the prof profThis prcHThis preaPThIs
This Is l the publication publc ton ordered ord r some sometime sometime omntml
time tml ago a o by b the Deep DNII Creek Crek association associationThe aspolaton aspolatonThe
The book bk was written writen and nnl compiled COmlled by byProf byfct byFact
Fact fct Marcus faNUR E I I Jones JOI and It treats treatsoxhustlvcly Ireatstxl1ustho treatsexlmaustiveiy
oxhustlvcly txl1ustho of the th mineral resources resourcesof nlurccs nlurccsC
of C this vo vast Jt t undeveloped district dl trlrt The TheIllustrations Th Thlustmton TimeIllustrations
Illustrations lustmton arc Profuse Jltfue nnd Ind nd all al In all allrlven al allriveii
rlven rh a world worll orid of Information Informalon About nbut a anplon an arglon
nplon n Ilon which has ha pogslbllltles possibiltes that are aredllllcult arcdllcllt aredithicult
dllllcult dllcllt to foretell foretellSAIr fOItol fOItolSAl foretellStIr
SAl LAKER IN IT ITHerbert nJcLert IVHerbert
Herbert JcLert S Tfck In II i Mado Ono On of Co Colurublas Columblas Columblas
lumblas Howlnp HowlnpSpeclBl Howln C1ew C1ewSpCIRI Ces CesRpecialo
SpeclBl SpCIRI Rpecialo to the thl N NNew Newt NewtNew w wNe
New Ne York April Apri II 1I 11Edward Edward dwnd Han HanIan lan lanlan hanIan
Ian Columbias Columblls rowing rwing coach has to toIcclcd soketed 0 0Itcd
Icclcd Itcd her threo leading crews crws and ad Her Herbert Herert Herbert ¬
bert ert S Peck Iek of the first fnt year Nlr school schol of ofmines ofmInes ofmines
mines Salt Sal Lake Lke City Clt Utah li I cox coxivrain coxIwn ccxswain
swain ot tht Junior Nrlor varsity atlt team tun
Utah UtahiVialieGRubb 1 1Well J1en to t tJl1
Jl1 iVialieGRubb ake Gzb bet betHcl t tItd
Well Hcl Itd Known 1 Sail Lake oka Financiers Fmocies Buy 10000 I 10 0 o 000 o Acres of ofLand 01Land ofLand
Land in tz Mexico Allxlco Upon Wtycli Tpre TIIC Ate New 1000000 1000000Small 1000000 1000000Smal 1000000SnaI
Small Smal TreesTransplanting Trees Tratisplanlizig ralslonf I is Undct Under Way and ond2ooo ond2ooovacs 2000 2000Will 2000c4cics
vacs c4cics Will JVil j4 be Set Se Oat Dll Soon SOOI
A now leW Industry Intusln Is to extensively cxtcnplelY an anpngo enogo angngo
pngo the attention IltentOI of Utah Uuh financiers financiersTlint tnunclerl fInancIersFtit
Tlint much was made mlt known tills morn mornIng morl morulag
lag InS when artlcleB artclel of Incorporation IncOrlJorRton warHied WMIled war vereulled
Hied Iled in the olllce olce of the county clerk clorlwith elorlwih clerkIthi
with wih Ithi a I certified certied coiiy COl In the olPce omc of the thesecretary IhesocIetuly thesecretary
secretary of state by ly the UtahMexlcnn UtahMexlcnnHubbor Ulh Utalifextctnhiubber leJICn leJICnubber
Hubbor company COlpln The 1he concern e0IClll1 IB II COD CODItallzed caDInl7fd caoItahized
Itallzed Inl7fd for J10JOOO 0 OOO and its Il headquarters headquartersare leld1Iualtpr8 leld1Iualtpr8Ule
are Ule to be In Halt Lake Lke IH IR promoters promotersaru pPluterd pPluterdnro
are among al on I the strongest atrollest man Ten of arfnlr arfnlrIn nIllrJ
In the lie Htato atutl und Ind their ccnilJoncc lollhOM in thu thuundurtaklnjj Ihhuldortnllng thi thiundertaking
undertaking uldortnllng Is biiRa hnid upon IPOI the tli mont montthorough roostthiotoughi 10Mt 10Mttholoulh
thorough tholoulh Investigation Inosthmton n 18 as to success SUCCBKHThe aUCCIPl successrime
The olleera oeell of the company UUIJln are 110 John JohnHenry JohnHelry JohmnHenry
Henry Helry Smith president rclllent v i 3 McCor McCornick MeCornick lcCQrnick
nick vice Ice president 1Hdolt John A McAIIIs McAIIIstor lcAls lcAlstor
tor to secretary cletary and W S McCorniek McCorniektreasurer IcCorntck IcCorntcktreasurc Mcorniektreasurer
treasurer treasurc Tho directors 11rectors aror ule are Joseph JoseuhF
F I F Smith Smih John Henry Smith W IS S Me MeCornlek MoCorIck MeCoramick
Cornlek CorIck Thou H Cutler Cuter Frank llk Knox KnoxW JClx JClxW
W v II I Preston Il0ston J S Uruniford lllnsford Moses MosetThatcher MoscThltchel MosesThrntcmem
Thatcher Thltchel H R Grant J A McAllister McAllisterand McAlsler McAlslerand
and J T 1 Hammond HammondAs lammonl
As shown by b the articles Irtcles of Incorpora Incorporation Incorlorn Incorlornlnn ¬
tion lnn the objects and business h1S118S1 of the thecompany thocompau timecommipamiy
company will wi be to plant and nm cultivate cultivaterubber cUIltb aultiv4tbrubber
rubber trees and to conduct conluct any other otheragricultural othmemagricultural thelugrlculurul
agricultural ugrlculurul or horticultural hortculturll enterprise enterpriseIn enterprilo enterpriloIn
In the state of Tabasco Republic nellUhlo oj ojMexico 0 0Ixlcu ofMexico
Mexico and Iml elsewhere elsewhcrl and nld to tl produce produceand prvtuce prvtucennd
and deal dlal In rubber Iubber tropical tllplCl1 woods and andother undother andother
other products to buy bu sell sel hold holduso holdusoImllove use USDImprove useimprove
Improve Imllove lease IClsc mortgage 10rtage and In < exchange cxchanJc
both rtal wlland and personal perolal property i to buy buysell bu busel buysell
sell sel own nail hypothecate hypothfcntc the stock stockbonds sloCkbonls atokbonds
bonds bonls und securities securites of other ohericomn ohericomnpamitee com companies COl ¬
panies panlel to build lUlll purchase lease IOlle hire hireand hireand hIreantI
and rent tramways tmlas chutes moorings mooringswharvcH 100rlng9 100rlng9wharveK mooringsIrnrves
wharvcH and slips slpsi to construct buy bu bulense
lease rent charter and nnl operate steam steamboats steamboats steamboats ¬
boats and ald steamships to buy bu sell sellmanufacture sel sellmanufacture
manufacture and deal In all ni kinds of ofmerchandise ofmerchundl ofmaerehmtmndlne
merchandise e and machinery and to tooperate tooperale thoperate
operate and dispose of tho products prduct of ofmachinery otmachlner ofmachinery
machinery of every eVer description descrptloni to ac acquire nequire acquire ¬
quire own use lease and sell sel patents
Burglar lur lnrr Committed Commlttd COflltiIlttetlLaSt Last I4 st Xlelit rhht lIit and andFour andFotit
Four 10 Men Iel Arrested ArrestedAndy AnestedAndy tiicstedAndy
Andy Reese a I conference visitor visior from fromMalad tromMulal fromMmubad
Malad Mulal Ida Is l mourning mouring the ho loss 11 of his hispocketbook hispool hispocketbook
pocketbook pool < otbook containing eontnlnlnG 55 1 amid his rail railroad rai raIlroad ¬
ticket home MrIteejis Mr Mrlleese
road tcket Apparently Allplrcnt r rnee
lleese nee e and nnt his cash parted company companyat
at a the Grand Grnndthenter theater fast night nl nlghtdu htlurlrg htlurlrgthe during duringthe imflc imflcthe
the rush for seats Slls Ho le noticed n tcedthn thai thn II IIIS hLJ hLJwee nJ nJwas
was IS being hustled husted around at the theater theaterentrance thener thenerentrance theaterentrance
entrance moro than was as necessary and nndwhen Ind Indwhen andwhen
when he later came to reach reall for his hiswallet hiswulet hisssallet
wallet wulet he found that It had hncllsllpeared hncllsllpearedle disappeared disappearedHe
He le told his tale of woe to the po police poIcl police ¬
lice Icl who promised to dq all al In their theirpower theirpowor theirpower
power to recover at leant lent the ticket ticketWhich tcket tckethlch tickethiicli
Which will wi undoubtedly be disposed of ofto ofto
to n scalper scalperJohn selller scalperJohmmi
John Iverson of 11 1 Broadway nrndwny Is an another another another
other visitor Islor who ho lit bewailing halng the loss lossof 108sof icesof
of property He HI reports that thieves thlevosentered thievesedtured hleosmiered
entered miered his room nnd stole a suit f dIt lt ot blue blueserge blueRerle blueserge
serge clothes a brown overcoat and a aIrtdyo 1 althlys
Irtdyo 1111 Rerle gold watch watchOlllcor watll watllOlcor watchOlilcer
Olllcor Olcor Selgfua believes hee ho h has lo located 10cnted hocated ¬
cated the watch wRth and the man lRn who whopawned whop whojmawmied
pawned p wnll It This Thil morning ho took Into Intocustody Int intocustody
custody Italph Sylvester Hlv str who claims to tobe tobe tohe
be a miner Selgfus RthfuR saw IW the man pawn pawna pln
a 1 watch similar flm lar to the one lot lo t by byIvorson b bIveron bylvorsomm
Ivorson Iveron Three other men have been beenarrested beennrrested beenarrested
arrested by the police polee Inconnec Inconnectlon Inconneoton
tlon ton with wih the burglary burlluy They thl are areDave arenavo arelave
Dave Murray Iurny Arthur Athur Haker lakcr and Leroy LeroyDement Itoy ItoyDemont LeroyDemnont
Dement the tht latter Intr n contortionist contortionistToday contortdnlsl contorticjillatToday
Today 101 a the lie police Iolre succeeded RUflllt In local locating JocntInp locallag ¬
lag Inp the clothing rothlll stolen from IvfrrDn IvfrrDnIt 1NOn 1NOnI
It I had been blln fold toll at It a pawnshop Iawnshop Throe Throof Throeof
of the men Iln aiTi QItsd atrtstd td Murray lulrl faker Ilakernnd nnklr nnklrand fakerand
and demont drlont wprl vpre identified Itntned as D the nor norpuns nornl norpInN
puns nl who sold the stolen property Ilrorrt and andthe Im1 Im1th tmn1the
the th police 10111 Pl1 believe bele th > y have ft 1 clear cn case cnseof caseof e eof
of houwbrenklni hOlfhrnkll i gainst Jllnst them They TheyMill lh lhwil lheywili
Mill wil be l arraigned arrlgled p on Monday MondayWOMEN Monlle MonlleO lilontlityp lilontlityvoI
Daughters Vauhtr of Pioneers Ilnuccrs in II Interesting InterestingSession IltrC9111 1ilteTC5tlhISessloil
Session Today TodayThe fodarThe
The Society Solet of the Daughter Daughterl of Utah UtahPioneers Utnhpwneer UtahPioneerS
Pioneers celebrated clebN trl Its itsconcl annl annlvtr annlnr analvcrar
vtr vcrar ary I this < hl afternoon ntenon In an encamp encamprnnnt enOn11 enOn11tpnt eflcrtnilmrnemmt
rnnnt tpnt held at Barrett nr 1 hall hal t jt large num numbt numLl nunmbet
bt Ll of visitors beside hllde the members membersNlng mtmb mcmlerstIng r rlllg
tIng lllg present to enjoy nJo th nffalr ntatr Tim Timriveting ThusmeetIng h hIJIetng
riveting IJIetng Included Incuded musical numbws numbes by byMr I IIr byMr
Mr Ir Fred fr Graham and the PypeMVhlt PypeMVhltncySpencorP PyprWhl PyprWhlnSllencorPltrllk IyperWhinySponeerPstrlek
trlck and also alsoImportant alsoimportant
ncySpencorP nSllencorPltrllk quartet qIIHttt all alliportant
Important busln lslnH buelnees relating reltnJ to the so society sodcty society ¬
ciety Including the electIon elllon of officer officerAmong omeorAmong omeerAmong
Among tho latter luter are the lie following followingMrs alowing alowingIt
Mrs It Alice lce M Horne president rlent Mrs MrsLaura MuLlura MrsLaura
Laura Llura Hydo 1do Merrill llrrll eomipondtng lorpndlnl see seenltry seeotter
otter nlay MIsS 1 Lllten 1lln Homo Horno recording recordingiciretary rQ11n rQ11nItctao recordingacretary
iciretary Itctao Mr trp Parley Palp White assIst aislitnnl lullt lulltIlt assIstmint
mint Ilt recording rconlnl secretary ecrelar Mrs 111 1rs Margaret MargaretPyper Margaretl5yper tnrlrpt tnrlrptrCllstrr
Pyper registrar rCllstrr Mrs II MsrlR arlA flunks HnnVsHyde Hnnls Hnnlslrde flunkshyde
Hyde lrde treasurer tl8urri Mm 119 Clara lar Woodruff WoodruffMet Vootlniffhittb onlr
Met Bt hittb be historian committee rmmlte on pro program proJrm proigrain ¬
gram Jrm Mrs lr Nellie III Webber cbb r committee committeeon emrnlt
on 0 music mUllc Mrs rs Emily 111 V Clnvvson ClnvvsonELLA CIRwfonl ChawsoimEL11jA
fatnotu lamolu amouu American Altrltan AnherIcaIl1OttCS Portes loltm Will Wi bo bollcie Io Iolne hoIlcie
llcie lne SonIc 8011 Time Ilmo Next ext Week WeekMrs Weekr WeekMrs
Mrs r Ida Idl Du Dusenberry enberry president of the thestate te testatn thestate
state kindergarten klndplglten association asoclUlon has hA re received receht mecelved ¬
ceived ceht > a letter Iller from Mrs BHa la Wheeler WhcerWllcox WhoJer WhoJerWicox WheelerWilcox
Wicox Wilcox the noted Jtl wrltcrstatlng wrlerstalnl that thatshe thlltIhe timittshe
she Ihe will wi be In Salt Lake City Clt on April Apri AprilIT
17 1 and 18 I leaving here on Sunday Sunlay the the19th themho the19th
19th It was the hope ho of the klndergar kindergarten
ten association aloclaUon to have Mrs r Wilcox WUooxaddress Wilcoxaddress Uox Uoxnddress
address the meeting metng which will wi iil take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place on the evening of tIme th ICth 16h bar barwhile batwhile D
while whie It has ha not been ascertained n ertatnN den definitely denn1el delialtely ¬
nitely n1el that she will wi do thil thl she will vl be bepresent beprsent bepresent
present prsent at the tht meeting meelng on that thlt dale On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the evening of Friday I rl a th tM flub Mrs MrsWlleox MrsWilcox lr8Wicox
Wilcox Wicox viii 11 Ill t be > guest Ul t of honor at a re reception rpceton CeCCltiofl ¬
ception ceton trna trndlrrd > red by b Mrs V l S Rich Hlchnrds Irh Irhards Richnrdmi
nrds at It h tier < r home lniI and other things tln1 ai aibeing aIbetng a abeing
being plannel for the entertainment of ofthe oftho ofthe
the noted note author during durir her two twostay daN daNItlY dasstay
stay ItlY In the city cl
patent rights rigli and nnl licenses IrenseR to borrow borrowmoney Loro Loromonu borrowfliommey
money monu ami flt to v cur ur in tl piyrn parnt nt i it tfnme Lsflmmme
t nme > or 0 any IndobtctlmsM In by note null or ormortgage 01lurl amimmurtgage
mortgage lurl age deed dee Of trim trLll ui 01 pirdg 110 < uf the thuproperty thl thelimoperty
property 1Opelly of the to tli oompnii oompal II Jr r < u 11 iii > v part partthoicof partthOloof partthiomeof
thoicof to o loan lonl rnoivy mon IM t nnK 011 < > Hi Himining Inmiling IIImiiiiimg
mining miling and id In II tho buying telling lel I Bond Bonding Liondins omlInl ¬
ins Inl leasing 10nslll and hypothecating hYuthelatn 01 OIIIIU OIIIIUunt mm > u uand mmmind
and unt In the buying and InJ hrilng 1ln or ores oresto orlsto oresin
to maufactuio and nn del tltI1 m il Iumir and andall alil atidciii
all 11 wood productu produOII to engage Ilgago In tti < per purchase perchase ll lllh ¬
chase lh BU stile and anI rulBlni Iulslnl of all 11 kinds It ItIvo < t tlive f1Ise
live Ivo stock and nlll generally geulrly to do and pi Ir Irform iirfornm r rtorm
form all al such tuch other nuts l ct8 as al tht th board boardof loal
of directors clrector may IIY deem necessary hceRary or orproper orProper
proper 11001 to effectuate eecttuto the objects olject and andpurposes imnclh4iriOSCN nt
purposes of said
JlrJoses company companyThe companyhe companyTime
The he company cOllmny has Just purchased pUIchl1 In l
000 acres of land Junlln In the tb state of Tnba Pnbao Pnbaowhichi bn o oWhich oWhich
Which Is the most extreme common commonwraith COII commonwatth < n nWlh
wraith Wlh In tho Itopubllc IolJbll of o Mexico ex extending lXteldlul cxtending ¬
tending teldlul to the border older of Central Cltll Amtr Amtrca imrion mlr mlrIcn
ion ca and lying well wll to tire south and west westot wostof sestof
of Cuba It I Is what la Known 11011 as IS tho thoPalm thl thululun
Palm 1all llelt lelt or llubucr zone onp region reslon The Thetwo lhetwo lhietwo
two great reat nsseutlaln fur the successful successfulculture succsful succsfulculturl successfulculture
culture culturl of rubber lubbe are Irc md > to lie sun sunRhine sunshine sunhimmo
Rhine and rain Tabasco Tabllco has a I plenti plentiful plelt plentiful ¬
ful supply of both botl The annual rainfall rainfallId rainfal
Id t 16 suppy feet teet Utah t3t tnh ht lass hI less than tan that thatnumber thatnumber thatnumber
number of otlncheR Inched Tho plantation plantaton of ofthe ofthis I IIhe
the UtahMexico UahMcxlo Rubber amipany is isorj II ison
orj OJ the Mescalnpa Me calopa river Jlve which Is u ularge alarge j
large navigable nnVlgnlll stream stltnm and within wihin a afew utew afew
few miles mils of a n new railroad rlroal that Is rap rapidly Iup IupIdly mapIdly ¬
idly nearing nearlnJ completion completon There are aremore art artsmore f fmore
more than thln 1000000 young ounc rubber rhber treea treeaIn trlJe roes roesiii
In II the cornpanyB comlJns nurn nurtry nursery ry and nnt the plant plantIng plint plantlag I IIng
Ing of tho first frst series 1 oile 1lrs of If 2000 acres ncreathere Ltre Ltrethere acresthere
there are Ir nr five will wil b < finished Inlshed soon Bon af after If Iftor aftom ¬
tom May l ay 1 The iiurclia Ilrrhai of the planta plantation phtintathan lunl lunlIcm ¬
than Icm and all the organization organlzulon of the com company Im Impan compony ¬
pan como as the t11 result 16sult of an al official officialreport oleial oleialreport oillcialreport
report mantle by h wire irc by Messrs 11 lsrs Aquila AquilaNebcker Aqul AquhlaNebekor
Nebcker Neleker and an Noble roblp Warrum Wlrnun who are atuboth aroboth areboth
both personally personaly Interested Intetlled In tho ontor enterprise ontorlmriiie ¬ J JIlls
prise priseThe Ills IllsThe lmriiieThe
The promoters of tho UtahMexloan UtahMexloanIlubber tah UtahMexicanRubber lextQn lextQnUubbel
Rubber company rOlluny nn 11 al ll Utah men menThey IOI mcliThey
They fhe consist t of n P I Urnnt Urnlt nnd M P PHoward pI 1 1h1usard
Howard of Salt Sni Lake and John A Me MeAllster MeAlstel M Mtllstem
I Allster Alstel of Logan 0
Atorneys Attorneys for George GeorgeSuch Sheets SheetsMgke SheetsMgkeSuch Make MakeSuch
Such aMove a Move Necessary NecessaryIN Nccos NecaIN
ar arIN
File le a irnornl tnor l Demurrer Itlurrtr Averring AvcrrlnsTrial Avrrtl Avrrtlflal Averringrust
Trial flal Complain C OUII 111 liii hare or Not Slate Slate1actn Sialench StateFacts
Facts nch Mllllrlenl MllllrlenlThe
lrenl lrenlThe
The points of law Ilw Involved Inoled In the t e quo quownrranto quownrnto quowarraato
wnrranto proceedings proceelns Instituted Insttuted by b At AttorneyGenornl AttoruGenerl AttorneyGenomni
torneyGenornl toruGenerl tyreeden IJren against aginst fleorgo fleorgoA
A Sheets lheets will 1 be b argued IZUe before thu thucourt thucourt timcourt
court upon a demurrer to the com complaint coInIJlnlnt coumililaint ¬
plaint which was WI filed 1 In the district districtcourt ilstrlct ilstrlctourt dIstrictcourt
court ourt late thlp thl afternoon Ifteron by b C J F V and andV anl
V C Loofbourow lootbolrol the attorneys utrnQYs for forMr forIr forMr
Mr Ir Sheets fheet9 The demurrer Is i general generalInIts generalIn
InIts In ls its diameter dlAter and states tnte that thlt the thscomplaint thecomplaint thecomplaint
complaint doop dool not nt state Rtlte facts fnet suillolent suillolenttoconstitute suloent suloentto suillolentto
constitute to consttute a cause cUI of action actionSuch Rcton RctonSuch actionSuch
Such a move will wl compel iheattornly iheattornlygoneral Ihttorty Ihttortyonor1 theattorrmygeneral
general to be on the defensive nnd show showto
to the court Court that thlt the facts flcts contained containedIn contalnel
In the complaint are sulIiclojH ulelont In law lawto lawto lawto
to constitute cnsUtute a cause c us of action nton Tho Thoattorneys ThoRtornas Thesttormmoys
attorneys Rtornas futtlie for the defendant will wll there therefore thoretore boretore
tore gain thc advantage n Vlnlage of of opening openingand optnln optnlnarll opeiiinanti
and arll closing lie argument CCnlentl which they thoywould tho theyouid
would ouid not have had had they Ihe merely merelyanswered inerelyRnspred macrelyanswered
answered to the eompUInt rmillaint and brought broughtthe lrought lroughtthe
the case cnl to an Issue In that manner mannerTO mann r rt
55 55ilo t
TO 0 AID THE riE 11E CITY CITYSpecial CY CYSpeclnl CITYSeclal
Special Counsel Colel CouIle1furCnso for Case C of Stab vs vsUcorjro v veorge
Ucorjro eorge Sliecti SliectiIt ShieetIt
It was stated today that thatCottrell Ireldent IreldentCattrell
Cottrell of the city council had re eic ei el ela 1 1a
a communication from rota Attorney 0 1 n flcmi neral
eral Hiv fireetlon don rceomcmndlngr that time tunolty timecity
city employ special counsel tu t r rpr rprsent rr rrsent
sent It In tho he Issues Involved in the quo cjuownrranto quoWarranto
wnrranto proceedings brought 070 ut utGeorge
George A Sheets who claims to b > tlo tlohead tiohiid
head of the Salt lake poll > li > lpim lpimmoat
mont by virtue of the mtnUh ritn rit Dom Domination oniirmation ¬
ination and eorflrrnatlun n it i t t a acouple acouple
couple of weeks ago IIM lit littrell
trell refused to discuss th > < nuti > i ti l n nspoken aspoken
spoken to o today Howrtor lu Ii i ti iited i ited
ted that Iw had received H < m < i h hoommunleatlon iioomrmiunieatlon
oommunleatlon But more tliin that ha hawould hoWOUil
would not esy y Other memi nr ito itoCouncil fa facouncil
council affrni the corte eoriettness < < ne t ih r rport rport
port and MX that Hsslntnnt nunsf v11 v11doubtless i11 i11doubtless
doubtless Ue employed at t M Mady Madynights < nday ndaynights
nights meeting meetingDCTECriVK
Detective Fender of Ogden < > m to toth tohe
th he city lila morning In etit i of ci cidinmnd a adlftmond
dlftmond ring which was stiin fi u urut
rut of the vrtmeir or ih < > IMMI i Ii Iitoetlve Ptoetive
toetlve PerMler wa ss i sciiisfiI ui i fiii m v > t tIllK tlug
lug the ring In a a Commen Commenretort > stir t tresort
retort No arrest n w wer r m 1a 1 1 1COMMUTED IC031311ITED
COMMUTED TO 1OtilASLt IHB ASVLl JI JIWilliam d1lliam
William Uftrratt nft27 of Hlnglnm Ju Jutlon iathan
than was examined as to his lii sa ity tyday u uday
day at the eouny jail by iHjuy iHjuyCounty Ut y yCounty
County Clerk Folland and Dra Mayo Mivoand Mayoand II
and Ouch amid was committed to thin tliAPlate thinState
Plate M Mitnl inal Hospital it Provo Th Thman f fman
man Is Si years pf UP and ba < bren brenengaged Lxenengaged
engaged as a shecph rdrr for som somtime smnelame
time Ho will be ultcn to Prove to toright tormht

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