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I Partly P tonight and jr ly cooler dou cloudy Tomorrow T01110rrOvshowers dyand and showers warmer wan 1 r l 10 m r ft t it a fi ftiu tu g gto J I on Btm irn t I u TimesWant Times THE THERECOON WANT Want RECOGNIZED AD Ads MEDIUM Bring rlng tZE Results Res D lts ltst t
NUMBER 3956 WASHINGTON MONDAY EVENING APRIL PR1L 10 l 1 0 1905 PPIGB ONE CENT
ONLY ONE HUNTER I
IS ABLE TO FIND
A MALTESE CROSS
Albert Al ert Ogle Discovers
One Hidden in
Post
SEARCHERS SEARCHERSARE ARE PLENTY
I
Many ManyClose Close GIbs on on n the S Scent e it of
Money Moneyand and Theater
Ticke ts
I ICHANCETO CHANCE CHANCETO TO MAKE MA EMONEY MONEY
A A man dressed in dark clothes clothes will
leave IcnveTh The Times T mes office at Tenth Tenth and
D D Dstre streets stre stre ets at at 445 this afternoon He
wl will lJI1arkslx mark six Maltese Crosses on the
principal prin cipal streets of Wa Washington shington
Somewhere near the last cross he
makes four fo ur envelopes enyelopescontalning containing
money moncorders orders on The Times will be
hidden
CLUES CL ES ESr r
As he her r passed passeddown down that part of a
lettered lc tcred street in the northwest north1estsec sec ¬
flon tion which c is one one of the principal
streets stree stree tS tSof of the city and whose name
Is ih the last part of Qtan an expression com ¬
monlyapplied InonII onJ applied tOlLman to a man who would
bet on nMarvi Marvin i Hart Hart against Jim
Jeffries jvhlchJles jyhlcH lies between a street stre t
whose name Dame is isanumber a number used In
the salaof Ja alof iQo f fsmall small articles but butwhen when
l1sedby used by a 3 a baker baker Is on one more than
usua usu usual ir i and and a street street whose name Is
the num nu number nb nbrof ber rof of the wonders of the
world
On the thecarrIage carriage traveled into the
northeast northeastsect section on until it stopped be be ¬
fore a house h use in that that part of a street
w whose hose name Is t the he initial letter of
the hereafter hereaftergood good or bad badwhich which
lies ies between a street on which is a
Government office employing hun ¬
dreds redsof of union men and a a street
tyhose ivhosenanic hosenanieis name is af number rtnumberwhIch which when whe n
wrltterrSLn wtlttetr 1 Romn on omM an figure Ig res j is the
popular PQIIU popuLtrnamo J1 riame of Off f a a bank b nk note Jess
than tha than ten
L
AJbert AJb Mbert rtd rtdgl Qglg Ogl > gl a plumber living I1 fng at ati6ri 1647 647
Crescent Cresc nt street northwest n saw a bit of r
white protruding protrud1lgfrom from the hole through through i
which the chalnpasscs chain passes in one of ofth the
pos posts postssurroundlngthc ts surrounding surroundlngthc the park Park on the the south so ut h
side of Pennsylvania Penns lyanla a avenue between between
Eighteenth Elght enth and Nineteenth Nln teenth streets s
northwest this morning
Tfnable nableto to extricate It with his fingers
and believing belIevIngit it to be a Maltese Cross
envelqpeVtie envelo envelope p 1 1e e obtained a wire and hooked hoo ked tl
it itotii out He found he was correct In his hi s
JuPP supposition s lt1onThe The envelope was marked d L
with withthecoveted with the coveted symbol and contained d I
an order r rer der er on on The Times for 20
Bo Bdfirdingncar Boarding arding a car Ogle hurried to The Th e
Times Tim e eofIlce office with wlthhl his find where In ad l ¬
dition to the 20 in crisp new newbiUs bills he h e
received recelv dan an order for a a box at any anyone one on e
performance per rinance of Plmrpses minstrels that t t
he may maychopse choose to attend
He H was s the first to find one of this is r
weeks instalments of the hidden money r
To then the n6xt n xt person finding fin ding one of 0 f
these envelopes The T e Times wlllgive will give
In inlddltlon addition to the money passes calling g
for fourseats f4urseatsinthe four seats In the orchestra at one of o f r
Primroses Primroscsperformances performances and to to the Le
third person two seats at the same the ¬
v ater
Had Little Difficu DifficuIty lty
Ogle says gay he had little difficulty in Ir In 1
locating loca ting the tb money but that it
him over half an hour to extricate 11 I
from its hiding place So thick were wer
the searchers s archers when Wh n the the money was hid 1 ¬
den this morning that the man
hid it had little opportunity to find a
place of concealment t Old men young yo
men women young ladles and
children chUdrenwero were all included Incl ded In the group 1
o or money moneyhun huntersthat hunters tersthat that thronged Penn 1
gylvania sylvan ia avenue between the designated
Continued on Third Page
THE WEATHER WEATHERREPORT REPORT
A barometric trough of
depth depth stretches stretc bes this morning from th tb
St 8tLavrence Lawrence valley aUe squthwestward t
the Pan Panhandle handle of Texas Pressure I
high over the southeastern States an am
a strong area rea of high pressure is ad d
vanclng sOutheastward over the Da a
kotas and the Missouri valley
Numerous Nu merous thunderstorms have oc c
curred curredtrom from northern Ohio westward t ti <
eastern Iowa also In Missouri ant
Arkansas while snow has fallen h
Wyoming Colorado Coloradowestern western Nebraska u
and western vestCrU South Dakota
It is much warmer In th the Ohio valley
the lower lake region and
districts and decidedly colder in thi th
Northwest where temperatures tcmpera tures rang
from 14 4 degrees to 20 degrees above zero
Rain Halnis is Indicated for tonight and Tues
day da In the th Ohio valley and the lo
lake region the middle Atlantic and eas
Gulf States Stat 8 and for or Tuesday in thi th
south Atlantic States and Florida
It will be colder tonight ton ight In the 1 <
valley and the lower lake region am an
colder Tuesday from the lower Missis lissis s
HippI valley northeastward northea stward tward to the
lake region
I TEMPERATURE TE iERATURE
9 9nm a m 5
l J noon o
1 lpm p pm m 00 7
DOWNTOWN DOWNTo1VNTEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE
Registered Afflecks Standard Stqldardl11ennometer Thermometer r
9 Oam a m C
12 noon i 1
1 lpm P m I I
THE SUN
Sun Sunsets sets today 3
Sun rises tomorrow i 5
>
TIDE TABLE
Low tide today 627 p
High HJghtlde tide tomorrow tomorroW1204a 1204 a m 1225 p pir
Low tide tomorrow tomorrow620 C20 a am m 71 715l 1i PI >
J I
GOVERNMENT HAS
AGREED TO ACCEPT
RAILWAY RAILWAYREBATES REBATES
Breach of the Interstate
Commerce Law Says
Trace Tracewell well W eli
DENOUNCES EVIL PACT
Scores Agreement Entered
Into by Secretary Secret ry of
the Interior
Secretary ecretar y Hitchcock and Charles harl s D
Walcott director of the Geological GeologicaISur Sur ¬
vey e as a s the agents of the Govern Gove Go era rn ¬
ment are parties par tIes to agreements agre ements with
certain railroads in the West whereby
the Government Is the beneficiary ben flcl ry Sev ¬
eral eralhundred hundred thousand dollars perhaps
a million dollars will m accrue to the
Governments credit if the agreements
are sust sustained liad in Inetrect effect
This the two Government officers In ¬
volved yolvedclalm claim is not in violation viola tion of the
law aw although a they admit the themoneyre money re ¬
ceived is rebate
The The Government has under project the
expenditure of millions mi1l ons of dollars for
the thed development elopment of arid lands In the
West Already a a large number of ofcon con ¬
tracts have h 1vebeen been let
Sought to Save
Secretary Hitchcock and Director
Walcott thinking they would wo ld save the
Government a pot of ofmoneyenter money entered d
into contracts with the Southern Pacific
and a nd other railroads raUrOl ds whereby w herebY the thecon con
tractors would wouldrecelYf3 receive certain reduced
rates tes on their materials
In advertising for bids Secretary Secretar
Hitchcock took particular pains to let t
the thec contractors know they w would ould uld get
reduced d rates on the shipment of their
materials such as tools etc The result
has been lower bids and the Govern overn ¬
meat me nt is the beneficIary
On March 20 the Secretary of the In ¬
tenor terIorreferred referred the themltter matter of the con ¬ I
tracts with the ther railroads ilroads to Comptroller
Tracewell T ceelI of the Treasury Tre stlry and inform ¬
ed cdthatofficialof that official of the contracts contmctsen entered tered
into with 1th the theraJIroads railroads
After ftcr s stating th the facts facts > Secretary SCCl tary
Hitchcock In Inblslettex his letter asked aSkedtheBo the Comp mp ¬
troller troUe If the benefits benefi t s of theraUroad the railroad l
concessions c cnce nce ss ions could couldbe be accepted abc epte d and nd t turn rn
tcd cd into the th general gen ral fund nd for fcr the devel dev cl j
rOPlent opment OPlent of the iarid arId lands through the th m
iirrIgation irrIgation an and d reclamation service
Goes Goes After Secretary
Comptroller r Tracewell went right after
the Secretary He said the tr trl1sactlons transactions l1sactlons r
of f the t e two officials with the railroad I
companies companl s could not be maintained maintain ed un ¬
der Sections 2 and 226 26 of the Interstate
commerce comm rce act of f February 4 1887 and I 1
slSS9 i8S9 He questions the right of the Gov ¬
ernment to make arrangements with a r
railroad company by which one one class of o 01 r
shipper will receive benefits not avail ¬
able to the general public
The heGovernmentabove Government above all others
said ald Mr TracewelI should not be b a a i i I
party to a violation of either the letter r
or spirit of the Interstate commerce commerce
laws as aSregdrds regards the t toe question of rebates
Secretary Secret ry Hitjhcock R1t hcock was much dis
pleawd rIea d with the th decision decis ion of the Comp ¬
troller and answered him to the theetrect effect t I
that Assistant A5SI3 a1t Attorney General Camp ¬
bell had upheld the position of the Inte ¬
riot Department Departm nt
This morning Comptroller Tracewell II I
sent his reply to Mr Hitchcock He Here re ¬
ferred to a letter of the director of the th
Geological Survey transmitted by the th e
Secretary Secr talT to the Controller In this thi s
letter the director said there would tl
probably prob bly be a saving to the Govern l ¬
ment in the next seven years of 1000
000 00 0
u Theamount The amount of these rebates being beint 5
large is a cogent reason reas m why the Gov ¬
Ik c ernment should shouldmake make no mistake by b
it t being a party part or beneficiary of the th e
violation Iolationof of the law prohibiting the tb e
re giving of discriminating rates iter ¬
1ates ates ates Mr Tracewell Tra ewel1
10 Comptroller Tracewell closed his re ¬
ply by mildly advising I the e Secretary to ti 0 0
a 1 r rt xr 1 f ft et ii iio
subm submit it t the whole h matter t to t the Attor o r ¬
Ig r ney General for decision before h he Ie e
01 1 went into the matter further
Just what the action of Secre ¬
p tary Hitchcock will result in is not no it t
known It is within the possibilities s
d I that the President will take the matter
up and Investigate the rebate question
with vigor
MISS ALICE ROOSEVELT
lc
tc is GET8A ET8 A THOROUGHBRED 1 1 j I
11
Reported to Have Purchased
to From New Yorker at
ld
ill Benning B enmng
rri Jessl Jesslelyn Jessh lyn yn the bay filly which
h9 C C CCoole3 Cooley of New York has startci start 1 i
e several times Hmesat at Benning but which has 1S s
won no races has it Is understood d 3 I
tr r become the property of Miss I1ss Alice
st t Roosevelt Roosev lt who purchased her from Mr r
he C Cooley for riding purposes
10 Although wanting In the
nd l speed for track purposes Jesslelyn wil w wi I
make an ideal idealladyss ladys saddle ddle horse hor < c Sn <
er r Is a handsome bay and well bred
With Vith the return of oMrs Mrs Roosevelt am an c
the younger ounger children chHdrenwho who e >
5 her h r on her trip South the th White <
3 shows signs of life oneemore once more Ever
75 5 member of f the Presidents family wh
took the cruise on th thl the Sylph has re r C ¬
turned to Washington In 1 L
health and andsplrlts spirits
G n Ii 8 GIRL WITH WITH REVOLVER
ROUTS A BURGLA
32 12 VERONA N J April 10A
2 31 11
who entered the home of Mrs Mr George corgc E I g r
Williams VIlUamswas was driven out without boot I t
at the muzzle of a revolver revolverln in the
t
Q I of Mfrs trs Williams twentyyearol l
HJ 1f1 n r daughter Minnie
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NAN MUST WAIT ML T 1 RIAL OF YOUNG
ANOTHER WEEK 1 UNDER HEADWAY
t S
Extradition Proceedings JU1YJ Jury Promptly > rQ1llP JJ I1npall Impanelled ll d t L
Causes Postponement Po stpone ent i In in i HoMcide HQ cleCase Case
DEFENSE MAKES PROTEST
f
Many people 8Pe on Hand When wh rfe Re f
p < v r 7 > corder Announced Ann n e > His s t i
Decision Dec fsion
NEW lIIRWYORKApril YORK April 10 10Becatise Because o of the
extradition proceedings in Ohio which
seek to bring to this thlsclty city J 1Ior Morgan gan
Smith and his wife the brotherinlaw brother In law
and sister of Nan XanPatterson an Patterson the the actress
charged with wlthzlaylng slaying her lover Caesar
Young oung the trial fr a of otthe the Florodora Fl0rddorn
girl was postponed this morning morI11 1g for a
week we k
Counsel Couns l for the the defense made strong
obje objection Uon to the postponement poponement but R Rer
corder cordjer c < fIler Golf Gqt granted the motion motl n of the
district attorney stating that a weeks
delay de delayaould iy would work w ork no hardshl p to the
iwoman woman
Crowd in Court
I Great throngs of people filled the cor
rldors outside of Recorder Gofts court
and made madeeVEry every effort to gain admit
tance but the thecourt court officers were wer ada
mant to an appeals and an only permitted
talesmen and newspaper men to enter en ter
Assistant Attorney Rand who will ill
conduct the peoples peopl s case against Miss lIls
Patterson held a long conference before
court opened with Jo Joh JohD hn D DU1l1n Millin the
dracing racing partner of Young Y ung Rand also
had talks with several sever other ther witnesses 1
for the people
When lVh Yhen n the court opened openedand and the roll
call of 0 ofthe > the 200 talesmen tr > s m mn n from whom a
jury ury will be composed had been con
eluded Mr Rand d askddfOrart asked ask d foran adjourn a jo urn
ment for a week He said that he was as
at the present prcseritengagcd engaged withlmportant w
business for the We grand jury and andwas was not
ready to proceed
Rand said that Assistant Attorney I
Garvan who was waf in Ohio Ohio had the prep prep
aration of the Patterson P tterson case case and that It
had not been sufficiently prepared prepare at a t
this time ttt t t04 proceed pro cc ed He thought that
he would be h ready to proceed proc d within a
few days Rand made no mention m entlon of the
extradition proceedings procee dings In Ohio though h
it was known that th t the adjournment had
been asked until l the proceeding p roceeding In Ohio
should be concluded
Defense Pretested
Abraham Levy chief chi ef counsel for j Miss
Patterson made earnest earnistprotest protest against
the granting of the themoUonfor motion for adjourn ¬
ment He said that his client had been
n incarcerated for nearly eleven v enmonths months
and that three appeals had h d been made mad
to the supreme court to admit his client
to ball
Levy said that every preparation had
been made by the defense to proceed
s today and that it was unfair to all con
il i cerned cern d din in the defense to grant a further
adjournment Levy said that counsel
had so far received no compensation
c cand and that there was no prospect that
they would and that an adjournment adjourn ment
was unfair un fair to them
y y We w VI have twice tr trie ie d this young wo
lJ l man than said Levy
ie C Charges Extravagance
Id d i I The first trial resulted r sulted In a mistrial I
d and the second in a disagreement dlsagre ment No
se 5e e compensation compen3atlonhas has been beenlccelved received by us
ry y or do we expect any an We Va IIye na fi fie ye e other
to 10 0 business and this adjournment adjournm t will 1
CI I i iwork t work much hardship to us s I also pro
test as a taxpayer against this extrav ¬
agance with the public pu blic money The
calling of this large I panel an aili an il the ad
jpurnments create a wanton waste
lR lRTevY D R Levys TevY sentiments regarding the hard ¬
ships of the taxpayer brought brou ht a round of 1
sm smiles iles Recorder Got said that Inas
lr r
Emuch much as the prosecution pros cutlon was not ready
ty to proceed he would grant the the adjourn
ment
ds JS S Miss Patterson was not brought into o
Idcourt Id U court
She remained In the Tombs prison
i
4
A L
pO pOA POWELL A Jll LlM LlMAYn MAY 6t AYn DE BE l < r
SENLTO SENTTOEUROPE EURn
Ha Haite te Ofrjacfcs Obj bjacts cts to to United
States StatesMin tates Mnisteiv ster
i
BUT NOT NOTPNCOLQRSCORE ON ONCOLOR VCOLQR SCORE
This May Lead the Admin A Admixiistration i istration i tI tion to o
Establish Es tablis h a a < < Precedentiin Prece Precedent d tin in Ap ¬
pointment po 1 t tm m entLiJj Line t 1 I
What to do with withW W J P Powell o Y ll the
only colored man holding offic office In the
American i diplomatic dlpl natic service should sl10 uIa he h t
be recalled r ca 1tcc from Haiti in an answer sye t trf ti l
Haitis objection Is isa a question n npuzzling puzzling
Administration Admin Administr slr3tlo ittion n no officia o officials ls
The Ther race c question was not p ptbr tbr t br brou u ght ght h up t
In the thod diplomatic pIomat1c service by byPowe r Pbwer Powe1l l s
appointment appointm ent because becausej becauseHaiUis because j HaiUis Haiti 1s a blaijki bla blak K
republic but Haiti haso has objected bj ctedto t toPos p pPow P Pow v
ell on the ground that he was w waaover sover over
zealous in reporting reporUnga alleged l1e ge d dreVolu revolutions reVolu tlo s I
which according nccQrding to the Haitians s l1 never v r t
occurred Gccurre 1 or in fact fact were were not of even evcri ev ni 1
scheduled schedule to occur occur t
Adm inistration in i istra stra tion Not Dissatisfied Dissati fi d i
The Adm Administration inistration n is not dissatisfied i
with Powells Po weUs service s rvlCe atPort atP rt au aU Prince rln e
and should shou Haiti request that he be be 1
removed he will undoubtedly be taken
care of This will mean that he ewlll will be b c j
sent to a post where heretofore white
men have represented repres nted this Government Gove rn rne e t
as envoys Probably some s sOme me European Eur peanj
post will be selected Heretofore the th tnel I j
American Government has never beer bee n nj l j
represented at any other foreign foreignccapltn foreigneapita capital capltn i
than Port au Prince by byncolored a colored man mari
In a ministerial capacity
In the consular consul r service e there are now n ow
several posts held by colored cplorcdmen men The Ph T1
most recent appointment appointmentmadelsthtti made is that
of o r Herbert Wright a colored d lawyer law jerot of
Des Moines Iowa to be consul at t
Puerto Plata PlataSanto Santo Domingo Thorn
well Haynes holds a consu consular lar post at t
Vladivostok r He is a colored man from
South Carolina Richard Hayes of f
Richmond has ha been designated deslgnat d for ap a p ¬
pointment to a consulship at Gaude
loupe
LIVE MAN ON ONICE ICE
INSTEAD OF CORPSE
KITTANNING Pa April 10 10Slx Six
shoemakers went across the river on on
an outing Clark Cochrane fell dead
James Sweeney a companion who had
been drinking fell Il over the body bo and
lay very still A KIttanning undertak ¬
er brought Sweeney to thtscityon this city on On Ice
not knowing that he had left the dead
man He made a a second trip
COLLEGE HEAD CHARGED
WITH CRIME OF ARSON
I
FORT WORTH Tex April AprlllOPr 10 iOPrOf Prof f
T R R Dunlap who has i1s been b en president Jir s ident
of Jarvis College COlIegeat at Thorpe Thorofpxihgs ofpxihgs Springs
Tex has hasb been en arres arrested ted on a charge c hilr geo of f
arson
On the night of March 20 the main
building of the college c llege was burned
BLOOD POISONING KILLS WOMAN
CENTRAL VILLAGE VILLAGEC Conn nn April prfI 1C 1
Blood poisoning caused ca sed by washing n
dyed garment after she sh had scratched s ratched I
her finger caused the death bf oto ofMrs o Mrs
Charles Richmond In Moosup
FEVTIN FEW w IN PANELCHALLENGED PANEL CHALLENGED
J
1 DooaDzsagree 9 flfy1 flfy1s s grei in X Testimony stili1onYj as as tq tc
Cause c u of f Policeman PoIi e eIri Iri IrinSiniti nSiniti Smiths Snutba t s
Death Dea th >
1
Although it was as definitely stated in
the opening o pen lng address of the prosecution prosecu tion
In the trial of Samuel Sa niue R R Young a
member me ber of the theFlfteenth Fifte Fiftednth enth Cavalry Ca Carilr r U S S
A i on charge cgar c of manslaughter ma mafula fula ghter for caus ¬
ing ii1gthe the death of Policeman Police man John Jo hn Jacob
Smith Smit of the Seventh S Si i enth ent precinct almost almoat
a n year rearago ear ago th that t all evidence indicated indic ated
tha that t the revolver rey lyer with which Smith I
Was was shot shotmusth1ye must have been pressed presse
ngi against nst his abdomen abdomenthefirst the first eewit ¬
ness to the the tragedy testlfiedposiUvely testified positively
that Young and Smith S nith werja we e ten tenor or
twelve feet f et apart when the shot was
fired fir ed
This was not the only point poi t favorable favorable fat orable
to t the defense for Dr Glazebrook the the
deputy 9eputycoroIlOrdeclared coronor declared that thathefounct he found
in performing perform rrormlng ing the autopsy auto psy that Smith
was was suffering Butrering from fr m t a c chronic chronIC disease of o r
tHe heart which ten tended ded materially terlal1y to
br 1Ir bring 1gabout ng about aifa a dat datal tal l termina termination tion to the
Woyhd v nd which whlchln in an ordinarily r dinarllj healthy hea lthy r
man man would likely like have havecatised caused no more more
than fliQI c tempbraryiiacorivenlence t r Por ry lric riYenlence
Delayed at Opening
The opening op n irlgo irlgoithe of ithe the tr tifalwas trial ial was wa h consid ¬
erably erablydelayedb delayed bjr b the calling calIln up of sev
raU l persons previously prevlo sly tried for sen ¬
tence te nc r and also asowlththe a lso with the arraignment of o t
four t uror or five persons personsrecentlj recently indicted by b
the grind gr nd jury jtir During these theseprelimh prelimin ¬ =
ary ar at atT atr T y r T proceedings proce iroceedIrgsYOung edlrgst edlrgstYou t Young You ng who wh was wasneat neat ¬
ly y clad in in a brown suit and andapparentl3 apparently
in excellent exc ellt > nt health betrayed betray ed no sign of o j
nervousness ne ivausness ou n ss Since December when af
ter five llvemonths months imprisonment his re ¬
l lease asewas was secured In 3603 bond bo n Young Youn Eo
has hasb been cn at his home
About the court house during the noon a
recess rccessll It fwas was freely freel remarked that the th e
trend tren d of ot the the trial trials seemed em dto to be berquch rnuch in ii a
tne tfm fi defendants deren clants fav favor rIt It Is thought t
the thetrlal trial will be becon concluded luded before the tim C
hour lour for adjourning adjour adjourningcourt nin g court o rt tomorrow tomorrow
Jury Quicly QuiclyChosen Chosen
Within T ithiattty f 6eqtymlnutes twenty minutes this morning mornin g
the Jurywas j rywas chosen
YOl Youngs gs trial trl l began at 3110 oclock ocloc k n
in Ciu Crim criminal im inal Court No 1 1mm immediately mmediate1 mm diately y
after several s v r l persons were arraigned on o
various a rfmscharges charges and several cases case s swere were wet
finally settled by Imposition of sentence
The selection of o the Jury wis W accom ¬
plished with very little trouble only on oni h
eighteen of the regular panel of twenty twent
six sl Jurors being called before both sides sid
announced themselves as satisfied For For F
the prosecution Assistant District A At ¬
torneys James S EasbySmith EasbYSmith and at i
Charles L Turner who conducted con uct d the ti ne
case casenskedthe asked the talesmen only onl whether wheth ir
they had formed form d an opinion in the case car e
Attorneys Attorne s J Lewis Smith and Jam James es
B BArcher Archer jrcounsel jr counsel for ryr Young were we re
satisfied to know that the Jurors were we rc
not notpersom personally ill3 acquainted with the de d e ¬
ceased ceasedpollcemim policeman and that they had no o
prejudice against the lawful use of fire fir e ¬
arms ar ms
The jury jur as finally chosen is made ma Ic e
up as as follows foI ws
Charles L r Howard Hiram R Blddle Ie e
Hill Blandford Charles E Latimer An Am 1 ¬
drew Be Beyer eyer yer Robert Howell Herman J
Walz Ya if Lafayette inCay ette Jefferson JettersonJnr Jay Ja B
Smith Charles ChnrlesLinger Linger Harry T TOHara QHara QHar fa
and andEdwardForrest Edward Forrest
Nptley Anderson William S Lewis Is S
William H IL Linger Llrigcrand and Nicholas Kaiser Kais e
were excused by b the defense Henry HenrylIc Iicnr Me M l c
Dade was released from service by Jus Ju ¬
tice Wright YrIghtnnd and John Shugrue and am
George Buck were challenged for fQrcausc cause cans c
each nch stating under nderexlimlnatlon examination thai tim
they had ImownP known Policeman llceman Smith for f
Continued d do on o n Ninth Pagi pag pagJ J >
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RUSSIAS RUSS fA5 FLEET FLE E X
SPLIT SPLITIN IN 1 TWO Ti 1O r
Ships Shi ps Sighted Si ghted Off Banca IsIpndto Island to South
cr
east ea s sa an a and d tlq Others hers Re Reported ported at Anc Ahcli9L Anchor hor Near ar
Anamba Islands Northeast
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BATAVIA OR SAIGON MAY BE
ROGESTVENSKYS ROGEStVENSKYSOBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE
Four Japan Ja pan Vessels Off Cochin Coch n China Ch na
Ma I1 y yJI Interce 1 1erce erce pt ptEJeln Enem y ylf If Attem Atternpt pt Is Made
t0FiIldA to Find As s ylum in it in French FteI1chPoss Possessions s tQns
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DISTANCES TO FAR FAR EAST < PORTS
WHERE RUSSIANS U5SIARS MAY MAY FIND FINDASYLUM ASYLUM
From Singapore to Batavia Ba Batav tavia ia Java H H600nilles 600 600nilles miles
From From Singapore to Saigon SaigonCochinChina CochinChina 0 60 650 650miles 6 miles
From Singapore to Manila Philippines Philippineso PhilippinesH o H 1386 miles
From Fr I Singapore to Hongkong g China H t 1440 1 > 4 440 O 1nile miles
From Singapore to Vladivostok o 3350 3350mil 3 350 mileg
AMSTERDAM April m 10Atele to A telegram gram foth id the th Alge Alg Algenmien d rimien imienH Handeles ndeles
bad from Batavia Java says a Russian fleet is is reported off Banca
Island I
It It is is ex expected tedthat that the fleet fleetwi1larriveatB will arrive amve at Batavia tvia
The be belief lief ef here is is that the fleet is is Admiral dmira Rogestvenskys squadron
of o battleships j 1
JiQNGKpNG April Apn110It 10 It is is learned 011 on good authority that the
Russian warships that passed Singapore Satur Saturday fuy are makin making g for ror
Saigon French Cochin China where Wherethey WheretheyvilI they will remain remain several several days
MBeau M Bea Beau the tQ governor gov n nor or general gener l of Cochin China delayed his de ¬
parture p d7 d7e e for o Fran France awaiting awai ting the arrival of the fleet
Vf j r 1tIITFb NEAR THE THEANAMBAS ANAMBAS
SINGAPORE SllGAPQRE April prll m 10Confirmation Confirmation
of the ther thQ report port that th t the Russian Russ Ian fleet fieetwas was
headed 1e ie L d toward t watdthe the Anamba b1gr group grOup up of o
Islands hta Is was brought brou htcjC by the British
steamer ste merRlldnorshlre Radnorshire on her he arrival arrit al to to ¬
day da
The T Te e vessel yessel t essel reports r p6rls that at 140 l 40 O oclock o clock
yesterday yest rtlay afternoon she saw sawth the Baltic
fleet at anchor about five lit e miles from
Pulodamar PulQdaIIlarorieof one of the Anambagroup Anamba group
and lying farthest southwest
The Radnorshire Radnors bire birec birealEo c also saw four war war ¬
ships s hips apparently Japanese vessels off o
C Cape pe St St James Cochin C h n China on
April 7
Rear Admiral Enkirst was In com ¬
mand of o f the Russian Rt1s sia squadron that
passed p d here ereon on Sa Saturday turday
May ayBe Be Russian Rendezvous
The Anamba Islands are In the China
sea and lie 1 1eabout eabout about 150 miles lles northeast of
Singapore Just what the purpose of
the Russ Ittissian ian fleet In anchoring near these
Islands Is if the reports to t that effect
are retrilecanonh true can only be guessed at It is i
considered likely however howevert tiiat one of
the Islands has been b n selected sd cted by Rogest Rog st i
vensky t nsky as as a a place of rendezvous i
Cape St James Jam sWherethefour where n here the four ves yes es ¬
sels supposed to be Japanese Jap nese wars warships hips
were ere sighted on Friday Frida Is on the south southj ¬ j
cast coast of Frenc h Cochin Co chln China and
close cl se to the approach of Saigon toward
vhlch tlch itis it ItI is believed beU yed Rogestvensky Rog stvenshy may
sail Apparently Ap parentlY the Japanese Jap nesa are ar
keeping kee piIlga a a watch wa wate tCh on this harbor borfu in the
effort ffo to Intercept interc pt Admiral AdmirltlRogestven Rogestveji
st shs 3kysfleet > s fleet
Japanese Scouts Scoafg
The four vessels v sse1s < Tare e b llev b oelleved Ueved dtobe to be oa a
scouting s outing squadron squadronstatloned stationed there foe fo
the purpose of notifying the Japanese
commander in case the tbeRuSsian Russian vessels
make for that port
If the speed of the Russian squadron
that thatpfiSsed passed Singapore on on Saturday
about 200 miles a a day da Is kept uP up the
vessels should reach reac h Saigon or its ItsYi vi ¬
cinity tinlt due north late Tuesday Tuesdayafter after
noon nO n
There were fortyfour instead of for ¬
tyseven tysev t yseven n Russian Ru san ships that that passed J aSsed here h re
yesterday 3ested
Battleships Battles Battles1rl 1rl 1rlpsAiJsent psAiJsent Absent
Some of < the most important fighting
vessels esselsI of I f Adm AdmifulRogestvenskJs Admiral iral Rbgestvenskys fleet flee
including in i luding the battleships Kiiiaz Suvar
off the flagship Borodino Alexander
H nand and Orel with ts ith their complement of r
cruisers torpedo boat destroyers and
tenders have not arrived and their
whereabouts is Ismknown unknown
A French steamqr steam r arrived here yester ¬
day having on board a Russian sailor lor
who fell overboard from the battleship
Admiral NakhimofC He was was picked up
by the steamer oft Malacca after he had
been in the water for twelve hours
Rogestvens ky Evading
Fleet o of f Admiral Togo
TOKYO April 10 Messages essages which
have been received here say that Rogest t
vensky is seeking s eking to avoid Admiral To I
gos fleet
It Is the belief of naval ma ml experts here
that Admiral Rogestvensky Rogestven Rogestvenslq slq has appoint ¬
ed a second rendezvous in the Pacific
and andth that t he will speedily s peedlljquit quit the JShlna China
Sea and sail to the east of the Philip ¬
pines
It Vladivostok k is his hlsobjecthe objective point
the thePac1ficcours t he Pacific course Is favorable for his
purpose p
The newspapers all al express the great ¬
est e st confidence that Admiral Togo will
be able to locate the Russian fleet and
defeat d efeat It 1
Nothing othing is announced annouricedof of the where ¬
abouts a of Admiral Togo Togos s fleet
Japan We Well ll Fortified
AgainstUnlike Against Unlikely ly Defeat
LONDON April Ap n 10 10The The news re ¬
ceived today toda in regard to the Russian
Baltic fleet is contained in a a dispatch
to Lloyds Lloydsfrom from Singapore The Thest Thesteamer steamer amer <
Gregoryapcar Gregor pcar which has just arrived
there tterer reports pofls
Passed Passedla la m today todn Russian fleet
anchored twenty tentymlles miles northeast of
Mankl one of the Anamba Islands
There is no confirmation of the report
to the Reuter Telegram Company that
Admiral 0mht Rogestvensky is not with the
squadron as asw Was nas sanqounced announced
Viir Vill Abide e the t Proper Time
The Theopinlon opinion is expressed ex pressed at the Jap ¬
anese embassy embass here that Admiral Togo T go
will Ill not attack Rogestvensky until the
latter his reached Japanese waters
Secretary Koike of the th embassy in an
interview Int rvleW with your correspondent to ¬
day da said
If the opportunity OpporJ nlt occurs Admiral
Togo wHlcertalnly will w ill certainly attempt to torpedo
Rogestvcnskys fleet by units It is my
t tbEJief belief our navy naY will wait until the Rus ¬
sians siansreach reach the neighborhood of Japan
or before deliver delivering ing a general assault
This will give us the advantage of
a base near byi It would further hai han ¬
dicap the Russians RussHmsby by adding to the
foulness of the warships hulls thro through gh
compelling them to cross the Chinasea China sea
ii
I do < not care to express an opinion
as to the outcome of the battle for that
mustspeak must speak for itself I can say how ¬
ever that If Admiral Togo ogo should be
defeated It would not not have the lightest s
effect on the general course of the war
Our home h me authorities long ago mad made
complete compl t arrangements to to copfe coP with
this eventuality Even Ev n if Rogestvensky
should obtain command of the Japan
sea it would not cause us the slightest
embarrassment
Why this is so must remain r mnln i
5
secret
Victory Not Anticipated
The TheSL St Petersburg Pet rs1 urg correspondent of
the Telegraph says that sober calculat ¬
lug ingminds minds among the naval officials offic ials do
not anticipate a decisive victory r for the
Russian fleet
All they the expect is that Admiral dmlral l Ro Ro ¬
gestvensky will withstand the Japanese
onslaught stubbornly and successfully
destroying or disabling disabUngsufficlent sufficient sufficientof of th the
enemys ships to to enable Vice Admiral dmlr a
NiebogatofTs Nlebogato contingent in conjunction
with the last Russian squadron which whl h

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