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NUMBER 5036 W ASHlliGTON SUNDAY S jAY MARCH 29 1908 PRICE FIVE CENTS
MAIL OPENED OPENEDBY
BY VENEZUELA VENEZUELASAY VENEZUELSAYAMER1CAS
SAY SAYAMER1CAS SAYAMER1CASSealed AMERICANS AMERICANSSealed
Sealed and Registered RegisteredSacks Regi RegisteredSacksfor tered teredSacks
Sacks Sacksfor for Cruiser Tam Tampered Tampered Tampered ¬
pered With at La LaGuayra LaG L a aGuaYra
Guayra GuayraPostal G GuaYraPostal uayra uayraPostal
Postal Officials Admit AdmitCharge AdmitCharge AdmitCharge
Charge But It Was WasAccident WasAccident WasAccident
Investiga Investigation Accident Investiga Investigation Investigatiori ¬
tion Is Ordered OrderedCable
Cable advices dces were received r elved by both boththe boththe boththe
the State and Navy Departments De > artments yes yesterday yesterday yosterday ¬
terday to the effect that mall for the thecruiser thecruiser
I
cruiser Tacoma cruising in Venezuelan Venezuelanwaters VenezuellL1sters Venezuelanwaters
waters in sealed and registered sacks sackshad sackshad sackshad
had been tampered with at the La LaGuayra LaGua78 LaGuayra
Guayra postoffice in Venezuela VenezuelaThis VenezuelaThis VenezuelaThis
This information was as received r elved withthe withthe with withthe
the greatest concern owing to the al already already already ¬
ready strained relations of the United UnitedStates Unttedi
i States with Venezuela VenezuelaCommander VenezuelaCommander VenezuelaCommander
Commander John Hood of the Ta Tacoma Tacoma Tacoma ¬
coma cabled the Navy Department Departmentseveral Departmentseveral Departmentseveral
several days da s ago from Curacao that ihatthe Zhatthe thatthe
the mail received recelvedfrorn from the th La Guayra Guuyrapostotrlce GuttyraDostoffice > j jpostoffice
postoffice upon the arrival of his ship shipthere shipthere I Ithere
there had been opened before being beingturned beingturned beingturned
turned over to him and that the sealson seals sealson sealson
on three bags were broken This Inj Injformation In Information i iformation
formation was immediately communi communicated communlcated
4 cated to the State Department and Min Mlnlater Minister Un UnIster
Ister Russell at Caracas brought the thematter thematter j jmatter
matter to the attention of the Venezuelan Vene Venezuelan VenJuelan ¬
zuelan government He reported yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day that the matter was as taken up upwith uPwith upwith
with the postoffice officials and that thatthey thatthey j jthey
they said that the seals on the three threesacks threesacks 1 1sacks
sacks were w re broken Inadvertently InadvertentlyInvestigation InadvertentlyInvestigation j
Investigation Ordered OrderedMinister OrderedMinister
I II1nlstcr
Minister Russell Ru eell was ordered to make makea j ja I
a complete Investigation and It was tvasannounced wasannounced wasannounced
announced by the State Department Departmentthat
that no action would be taken until untilfull a aful1 afull
full report was received receivedSince receivedSince receivodSince
Since the first report reached Wash Washington WashInston Washington ¬
ington the cruiser Tacoma has remained remainedIh
Ih Venezuelan waters bolngused bolng used ag aga afSa aSa
a dispatch boat for Minister Russell tc tcget teget tcget
get his massages mAs ageS through to Washlntgon Washlntgonwithout Washlntgonwithout Washintgonwithout
without having thorn go through the theLa theLA theLa
La Gua w postoffice postofficeNo OStorrlce OStorrlceXo
No furthe details have been received receivedthan recetv recetvthnn receivedthan
than the Inadvertent explanation explanationMinister explanationUnlster explanationMinister
Minister Russell has been granted leave leaveof 198 198of leaveof
of absence to oome to this th country but butit butIt butit
it is declared at the State Department Departmentthat
that there is no significance In this fact factthat factthat factthat
that Mr Ir Russell was granted leave le ve several sev several 5e 5eeral ¬
eral weeks eeks ago and that he Is coming cominghome cominghome I
home for personal reasons It Is said saidhe sa1dho saidhe
he has not had a vacation for several severalyears severs seversyears severayears
years and that he fears for the health healthof I
of his threemonthsold baby babyWill bab30Will babyWill
Will Make Report ReportNotwithstanding ReportXotwlthstandlng ReportNotwithstanding
Notwithstanding these reasons how however howler however ¬
ever he wilt undoubtedly make a full fullreport fullreport fullreport
report to the Secretary of State In per person person person ¬
son as soon as he arrives In Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington This report will not only be beupon beupon beupon
upon the subject of mail but upon mat matters matters matters
ters In general in Venezuela and tho sit situation situatlon situation ¬
uation there Grave fear Is expressed expressedin
in acme quarters that not only the of official Official ¬
4 ficial Instructions and other official doe documents doeuments doeuments
uments of the t e Navy Department may mayhave mayhave mayhave
have been opened but that secret dls dlspatches dlspa dispatches
patches pa tchea on matters of state between betweenMinister betweenMinister betweenMinister
Minister Russell and the United Stater StaterGovernment StaterGovernment StaterGovernment
Government may have been Involved inthe In Inthe Inthe
the pastThe pastThe past pastThe
The Tacoma has ben cruising In Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral American waters sters for several weeks weeksThe weeksThe weeksThe
The Incident occurred while the vessel vesselwas vesselWrs vesselwrs
Wrs at La Guayra several days d js at atwhich athlch atwhich I
which hlch time several bags of mall were
received through the Venezuelan post postofCiee postofllee postoffice
office Commander Hoods report does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not indicate that the mall Itself Its l had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been rifled rifledIncident rifledIncident rifledIncident
Incident Provokes Comment CommentIn
In view tew of the relations between the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two governments the Incident has provoked pro provoked provoked ¬
voked a a great deal of comment coming comingas comln comlnas
as it does on the eve of the transmis transmission transmIssion transmission ¬
sion to the Senate of the diplomatic diplomaticcorrespondence dlplJmaticcorrespon diplomaticcorrespondence
correspondence correspon Ence and reports concerning
the American claims against Venezue Venezuela ¬
la The report as called for by bySena bySenator Senator Sena Senator ¬
tor Lodges resolution re oluUon bas been com completed completed corttpletod ¬
pleted and was s sent to tho President Presidentyesterday PresIdentesterday Presidentyesterday
yesterday for transmission to the Sea Seaate Setate Senate
ate and will be submitted tomorrow tomorrowTho tomorrowTho tomorrowThe
Tho general impression is that Vene Venezuela Venezuela Venezuela ¬ i
zuela was cognizant of the predicament predicamentIn
In which Castros attitude has placed placedthe placedthe I
c the country and feared that the Ta Tacomas Tacomas Tacomas
comas mission mission was not altogether a apeaceful apeaceful apeaceful
peaceful one The desire to assure her herself horself herself ¬
self on this point is advanced as a areason areason areason
reason for the inadvertent tampering tamperingwith tamp tamperingwith rlng rlngwith
with the seals of the Tacomas mail mailbags mwlbass mailbags
bags The presence pr senco of the cruiser in inVenezuelan InVenezuelan inVenezuelan
Venezuelan waters must have boon dis disquieting disQuieting disquieting ¬
quieting to the Venezuela government governmentunder governmentunder governmentunder
under the circumstances circumstancesTho
Tho Tacoma is now at Curacao to towhich towhich towhich
which port she has returned return d after afterbringing afterbringing afterbringing
bringing the dispatch of Minister Rus Russell RusseU Russell ¬
sell from La Guayra The latter port isnow Is Isnow Isnow
now affected by the bubonic plague the theextent theextent theextent
extent of which Is not accurately accuratelyknown accuratelyknoWn accuratelyknown
known It Is said to be serious how however however however ¬
ever twenty deaths having already oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred curredWESTERN curredWESTERN curredWESTERN
WESTERN UNION ENJOINED ENJOINEDFOR ENJOINEDFOR i iFOR
FOR VIOLATING TEXAS XAS LAW LAWAUSTIN AW AWAUSTL AWAUSTIN
AUSTIN Tex Te March 23 aDistrict 33DistrictJudge aDistrictJudge District DistrictJudge
Judge Calhoun this evening enjoined enjoinedthe
the Western Union Telegraph Telegraph TelegraphCompany TeleSraphCompany TelegraphCompany
Company from doing business In the theState theState theState
State for failure to pay the franchise franchisetax
tax andjtake out ut a permit permitThe permitThe jermltThe
The company moved for a rehearing rehearingjyjd rehearingJQd rehearingpad
pad this will stay the Injunction
CARNEGIE CA S VA DAUGHTER DAUGHTERWILL DAUGHTERWILL LIGHTER LIGHTERWILL
WILL LOSE LAMENESS
MARGARET CARNEGIE CARNEGIEDaughter CARNEGIEDaughter CARNEGIEDaughter
Daughter of MultiMillionaire Multi IillioD41 re Who WhoWins WhoWins WhoWins
Wins Real Health HealthGILLETTES HealthGILLETTES
I
GILLETTES FATE FffEGovernor FATETO FATETONIGHT
TO BEANNOUNGED BEANNOUNGEDTONIGHT
TONIGHT BY HUGHES HUGHESGovernor HUGHESGovernor
Governor Weighs Evi EvidenceThat EvidenceThatGrace EvidenceTha
denceThat denceThatGrace Grace Brown BrownHad BrovnHad BrownHad
Had Epilepsy EpilepsyALBANY
ALBANY N Yt Y March 2STte 28 The fate fateof tat tatot fateof
of Chester E Gillette hangs in the bal balance b4i1anee balance ¬
ance tonight The last plea for him himhas himha himhas
has ha been made Everything now rests restswith restswith restswith
with Governor Hughes The latter is isin IsIn isin
in doubt as to his final action He will willnot willnot willnot
not act hastily Between S andoclock and andoclOck a aoclock
oclock Sunday Sunda night he will make pub public pubHe public ¬
lic his determination whether he will willgrant willgrant WillJIant
grant a respite r pUe or whetl whether r nine hours hoursI hourslater hourslater
I later the convicted men will expiate expiatewith expiatewith xpfatewith
with his life the crime of which twelve twelveMontgomery twelveIontgomery twelveMontgomery
Montgomery county count farmers declared declaredhim decl declaredhim ed edhim
him guilty guiltyIn gul1t3In
In the last moments of this sordid
tragedy there came revelations that are areastounding areaatoundfng areastounding
astounding An individual who who said his hisname hisname hisname
name was Dow Sanders and that he helived heIh helived
lived Ih in New ew York State went before beforethe beforeth0gov beforethe
the th0gov governor mor and blackened the name nameof nameof nameof
of the girl whose dead oody was found foundin
in the little lake underneath the upturned up upturned upturned ¬
turned canoe more than two years oars ago agoHe agoBe agoHe
He declared < Gillette was guilty of 0 no nocrime nocrime nocrime
crime that the young man was not notevon noteven noteven
even responsible for the girls condition conditionbut conditionbut conditionbut
but that he h himself and two other otherwhoso otherwhoso otherswhose
whoso names he revealed to the gover governor goornor governor ¬
nor In the secret recesses of the pri private prlIate private ¬
vate office of the executi chamber chamberwere chemborere chamberwere
were ere and that they had conspired dplred to tothrow tothrow tothrow
throw the blame and responsibility responsl 1lty on onGillette onGillette
Gillette GilletteHe GilletteHe
He showed tho governor letters which whichhe whichho whichdie
he declared he had hadreceived received from Grace GraceBrown GraceBrown GraceBrown
Brown threatening threatenrn to commit suicide suicideand suIcIdeand suicideand
and swore that he and the others had hadpaid hadpaid hadpaid
paid her iG 75 1 to throw the responsibility responsibilityfor
for her condition on Gillette GllletteGovernor GlUettqGovernor
1 Governor Doubts Story StoryBut Storynut StoryBut
But he was not permitted ponnlUed to tell his histale histale histale
tale in public Governor Hughes did not notbelieve notbelieve notbelieve
believe It In fact he Intimated d that thathe thathQ thatho
he believed the man lied arjd declared doslaredthat d declaredthat lared laredthat
that he would protect prot ct the memory of ofthe otthe ofthe
the brutally slain little country girl girlfrcm slrlfrem girlfrom
from the publicity of any such recital recitalThe recitalThe ecltalThe
The governor however is considering consideringnew conslderlnsrfW
new evidence in the case It Is evidence evidencethat evidencethat evidencethat
that points to Grace being an epileptic epilepticThat epilepticThat epilepticThat
That is the real crux of the situation situationand sltuatlo1and situationand
and If the chiefexecutive chief etocutlve interfere Interi interferes r it itwill It Itwill itwill
will be because uee he believes that there thereis thoreIs
is a a chance cbRn that the girl did actually actuallyfall actualbfall actuallyfall
fall out of the th canoe while rowing withGillette with withGillette Ith IthGillette
Gillette and drown In the water before beforehis beorehis beforehis
his eyes eyesAlong eyesAlong eyesAlong
Along this line there was important importanttestimony importanttest1mOn3l Importanttestimony
testimony produced at tonights hear hearing hearIng hearing ¬
ing Four witnesses from Cortland Cortlandwhore Cortlandwhere Cortlandwhere
where the girl Srl formerly lived swore sworethat sworethat sworethat
that she had been subject subj ct to fit fits and andhad andbad andhad
had fallen and hurt herself on several severaloccasions sev severaloccksions ral ralocc
occasions occ sons while under their Influence InfluenceThe InfluenceThe influenceThe
The mystery m tcrY of tho torn hat band bandContinue bandCont1nu bandContinue
Continue pa Epurtu rJJ1h Pasejt J 5
Child Gets Getsday Only Birth Birthday Birthday ¬
day Gift Money Could CouldNot CouldNot CouldNot
Not Buy BuySteel BuySteel BuyWill
Steel Brace BruceBeTerkenOff Will Shortly ShortlyBe ShortlyBe
Be BeTerkenOff Taken Off Her HerLeg HerLeg HerLeg
Leg LegNEW LegNEW LegNEW
NEW YORK March SThere There was washappiness washapplne washappiness
happiness unbounded In the palatial palatialhome palatialhome palatialhome
home of Andrew Carnegie Carn at Fifth ave aveenu aveenue aveenue
enu enue and Ninetyfirst Xlrtyftntt street daY > for forsomething tormethJng forsomething
something had happened that t not all the theironmafter theironmaters theironmatters
ironmafter > PfIOootOOI W AtOOIMM 00 CKM could in Itself Itselfhave Itselfhue itselfhave
have bought bou lt about This Thi was the ihebringing lh lhl thebrnglnt
l bringing > of little Margaret argaret Carnegie tc toteat tcreal tcleat
real health healthThe h8lthThe healthThe
The steel brace which hleh the child has hasbeen hasbeen halln
been n compelled to have clamped for fortho foltho fortho
tho last year about her right leg hold holding holdlng holding ¬
ing it rigid is shortly to be removed removedby
by the physicians order and the Infirmit in infirmity Intirmlt ¬
firmity tirmlt which at one time was thought thoughtwould thoughtwould thoughtwould
would make her a cripple for life has hasoeen haaen hasbeen
been en pronounced all but cured curedBefore curedBtCore curedBefore
Before the Ironmaster sails us with Mrs MrsCarnegie MrsCarnegie Irs IrsCatnegle
Carnegie and Margaret for Skibo Castle Castleto
to spend the summer summer the little girl will willhave willhaye willhave
have had the brace taken off and aR ac according accoro1ng accor ¬
cording cor + hng to the assurances of the physi physician physician physician ¬
cian she will then be able to walk with withonly withonly withonJ
only onJ the slightest hint in her gait that thata
a brace war vo ever necessary necessaryThe neeeefNLryThe neeoearyThe
The event comes opportunely for little littleMargaret HtUerargaret littleMargaret
Margaret will be eleven years old next nextweek nextweek nextweek
week It is the best birthday gift she shecould ebecould shecould
could receive although there is unlim unlimited unJtmJted unlimited ¬
ited money to buy her anything that thather thather thather
her heart could desire The winning winningof Inningot
of her health Is however the only sift sifther Jlther Rifiher
her father and mother wished for her herand herand herand
and that only time and rot r > t the iron ironmasters Ironmuters ironmasters ¬
masters millions could procure procureHUE pocureNIGHT procureNIGHT
NIGHT RIDER CHIEF CHIEFWILL CHIEFWILLBE
HUE HUEGovernor WILL BE ARRESTED ARRESTEOGovernor
I
Governor Willson Says HeKnows He HeKnovs
Knovs Men Leading LeadingDepredations L LeadingDepredations ading adingDepredations
Depredations DepredationsLEXINGTON DepredationsLEXLGTON DepredationsLEXINGTON
LEXINGTON Itf March XA XAgr iii A Agreat A AgrM1
gr great at sensation has been created here hereby nsb hersby
by b the declaration d adon attributed to Gov Governor 00 00ernor Governor ¬
ernor Willson nleon in dispatches dl telegraphed telegraphedhere telegra telegraphed telegraphedhere ed edherE
here tonight from Frankfort that he hehas h hbas hehas
has got the night riders situation well wellin wellIn wellin
in hand and expects at t the proper time timeto timeto timeto
to arrest the leader lead < < of the movement movementThe movementThe movementThe
The governor is quoted quot as tetttng a aparty aprty aparty
party of men who ca CLeel ed on him to today today today ¬
day dayWith
With troops and detectives I am amglad amglad amglad
glad to say I believe lteye I have tbe situa situation situation situation ¬
tion well ia I D control con trot My Y men practically practicallyhave praeUca1Ibave practicallyhave
have their th tht It hand on the man behind all allthese a1Itheee allthese
these disorders dI orde aDd his three lieuten lieutenants lieutenants lieutenants ¬
ants When the time is ripe they will willact wUlact wiliact
act and all 11 will be in the penitentiary penitentiarysoon
soon soonGovernor sRGovernor soonGovernor
Governor Wlllson Is said to have havestated Aaestatld havestated
stated further that the soldiers have al already already already ¬
ready killed sixteen of the night ridersBUILDINGS riders riderslESTEffl ridersBUILDINGS
BUILDINGS BUILDINGSWESTERNSTORM WRECKED WRECKEDI
I IN WESTERN WESTERNSTORM WESTERNSTORMMany STOfiMany STORM STORMlYany
Many Persons Injured and andDamage andDam andDamage
Damage Dam ge to Property Is IsEnormous I IEnormous IsEnormous
Enormous EnormousKEOKUK EnormousKOKUK EnormousJQOKUK
KEOKUK Iowa l larch areh 28 2SA A tornado tornadoswept tornadowept tornadoswept
swept over Lee county early this morn mornIng mornIn mornbig
big In and wrecked a score of farm houses housesnear housesnear housesnear
near the town of New Boston A dozen dozenpersons dozenpersClls dozenpersons
persons were ere injured but none fatally fatallyThree fatnll fatnllThree fatallyThree
Three cduntry c untry churches and one school schoolhouse schoolhoufe schoolhouse
house were caught in the cyclone and andreduced andreduced andreduced
reduced to kindling The wind Intl caught caughtup
up the farm houses and twisted themto them themto themt
to t > pieces scattering Debris riG over the thecountryskle thecountrs1t1e thecountryside
countryside for nx i a mile A Alarge Al1rge Alarge
large number of f c c was killed killedFurther killedFurther killedFurther
Further damage by tu tlJU t e cyclone is re reported reported reported ¬
ported across the river in Hancock Hancockcounty Hancockcounty Hancockcounty
county 111 111The 111lho IllThe
The cyclone was moving eastward eastwardwhen oastardhUl eastwardwhen
when hUl It struck New eVt Boston BostonBLOOMINGTON Bo BostonBLOO3IINGTON ton tonBLOOII
BLOOMINGTON BLOOII GTON Ill March Marchlwent30 28 28Twenty 8 8Twenty
Twenty persons w were ro injured and many manyfarm manytJLn11 manybtrm
farm houses were ere wrecked by a tornado tornadowhich tornadoWhich tornadowhich
which passed over Deer Creek near nearhere nUlIere nearhere
here last night A largo portion of the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little town was destroyed Two school schoolhouses schoollollse8 schoollcogses
houses in the path of the cyclone were werewreckod werewr werewrecked
wrecked wr cked It is feared that several of ofthe otthe ofthe
the injured will die dieMUNCIE dieUlTNCIE dieMUNCIE
MUNCIE Ind March 3S s A disas disastrous disastrous disastrous ¬
trous storm swept over the north and andwest andwest andwest
west portions of Delaware county early earlytoday 08rl 08rlodAY earlytoday
today As a a a result at least one house housewas ho howas housewas
was torn down over the heeds of its itssleeping Itssleeping itssleeping
sleeping occupants and the tenant Jo Joseph 30Hph Joseph ¬
seph Hay Hayden den was seriously ser10u ly Injured InjuredBarns InjuredBarns InjuredBarns
Barns wore blown to splinters Im Implements Implemonts implements ¬
plements and vehicles destroyed des roJrld live livestock Ucstock livestock
stock killed telephone systems were put putout putout putout
out of business fJ and plate glass glasswlp windows windowsall < 1ows 1owsal1
all over Muncie were shattered while whUethe whilethe whilethe
the roofs of many buildings were blown blownin
in
Do you y > > u want a business Consult Co sult thesmall the thesmall thesmall
small brkerage b br kerage erase ads under Business Op OpportunltJ OpportunlUcw
i portuntUcM C lu The Times There are arequantities aroQuantltl arequantities
quantities of opportunities opport Ue3 appearing appear1neery appearingAvery
1 every day dqI
I
ATTEMPT TO TOHOUSES KILL KILLLabor KILLROUSES
ROUSES FEELING FEELINGAGAINST FEELINGL FEELINGAGAINST
AGAINST MINERS MINERSLabor
Labor L Unionist Closely CloselyGuarded CloselyGuarded CloselyGuarded
Guarded in Colorado ColoradoJail
Jail JailTBLLURIDE JailTELLURIDE JailTELLURIDE
TELLURIDE Col Mstwte Msnek It W1 2S SAsue SAsuereMllt SAa As the theresult the theresult
result of f the attempt att mpt t te dynamite dynasNe Goa GemBuikaiey GoaButkey GoaBuikeley
Buikaiey Welts Veil general mslager Mager ager ef orSmuggier thi thiSmuggler t tSmuggler
Smuggler Union Mia Mines UR < at Pn Pant an < era tb tbmorning tlJl tlJlmernml tliMmorning
morning the feeling again t Steve SeveAdalM SteveAdams SieveAdams
Adams the Western eerat t e t in inj injail Injail
j jail H we on the charge cbar e ef r aa a a sse nat nating natleg et etIng
ing Arthur L Collins Wells W predecess predecessor ¬
or is very bitter and tonight talk of oflynching or11ch1ng oflynching
lynching isheard isheardThe la heard heard1ae heardThe
The county Jail is a a strong 8trOD affair atfalrhowever affairhowever affairhowever
however and aIM the officers omcen1 say they will willhave wUlhave willhave
have no trouble in defending defe dlDl Adams Adamsshould Adambould Adamsshould
should an attempt be made u get him himNo himNo himNo
No arrests have been made In Intion connec connection oaneotion ¬
tion with the attempt to kill Wells Wellsbut Wenbut wellsbut
but important developments In this direction di direction direction ¬
rection are expected within tIN neattwentyfour next nexttwentyfour nexttwentyfour
twentyfour hours hoursIt hourIt
It is I claimed that lat fully twoscor tt twos ee of offormer oftcrmer offormer
former deported FederatioRtets from fromthis tromth fromthis
th this district dl trlct have returned within the thepast theiat thepast
past two weeks to create sympathy W apathy and andsentiment andnUment andsentiment
sentiment in behalf of Adams so that thatit thatIt thatit
it will ill be impossible tfo secure a jury jurythat jUythat jurythat
that will convict him when he is isbrought 1 1br Isbrought
br brought t to trial for the Collins murder murderWelte JBttIderWell murderWells
Well was made m cle totally deaf rendered renderedunconscious rcler rclerunoontlclGus renderedunconscious
unconscious and his face badly < lily lacer lacerated 1aeerAted Iseerated ¬
ated by the falL H He was eared for at athis athis athis
his own home by physicians physiciansOne physieIsAOne
One suspect i is under arrest arre t The TbtO TbtOllee po pelice police ¬
lice refuse to state whether or set he e is isa Iea Isa
a miner minerLabor minerLabor minerLabor
Labor Warfare WarfareMay Warfareltlay WarfareMay
May Be Opened OpenedBy OpenedBy OpenedWells
By Wells V ells Case CaseDENVER Ca ease easeDENVER e eDE
DENVER DE YER Col March SL SoThere There Is Isreport a areport ai aireport
report here that the attempt to kill killBuck killBuck killBuck
Buck Wells fells at Telluride this ll morningmay morning morningmay J
may reopen all 11 of the labor 1a1 or troubles IA inthis IAthis Iathis
this State For a long time nos JIOW owevery oweverythmg svery sverything ery erythlag
thing has been b a quiet dad lMl k had 1141bfllend been beenbelieved beenbelieved
believed that the violent element t had hadlearned hadlearned ad ad1rnecI
learned its lesson k 8On while th tM Mine 1 Own Owners Owner Owners ¬
er ers Association had decided fie be a atrifle atrl atrue
trifle trl e more tolerant in the laWs M r ft stpeace t of ofuniversal ofwdverasl
universal peace peaceThe peaceTIMt peaceThe
The Western We tera Federation some e timeago time timeago t nt nta6D
ago eared ofLtfee off < < tiM strike te a the Cripple CrippleCreek CrippleQMIc CrippleOtek
Creek district It had been beaten there therebut tbwbut therebut
but bad not acknowledged It with the theresult tbGresult theresult
result that member mem M of the Federation Fed Federationkept < < ation ationkttpt i ikept
kept out of tbe camps in the creek creekdistrict creekdMUict creekdistrict
district some because beccu e they had been beendeported beeported beendeported
deported ported and warned and others be because becauM because ¬
cause they retained their membership membershipin
in the th Federation FederationWith JPedentlOIIWlth FederationWith
With the declaring offof oil of the the strike strikemany strikernBY strikemany
many of the miners who formerly lived livedIn 1hoedIn livedin
In the district went beck to the several severalcamps severalcamps severalcamps
camps and have been working there thereunmolested thereunmolested thereunmolested
unmolested unmolestedIt
It is certain c rtaln however b Vofer that this latest latestbomb Jate latestbomb t tbomb
bomb outrage at 1 lellurids 1 el1 llurid rid wM w renew renewafresh renewafre renewafresh
afresh afre h the bad feeling ielf between the fac factions factk factiens ¬
tions tk Hate has smouldered for years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and the Intensity Inten it30 of it cannot < be imagined imag imagined lmatIned ¬
ined by th those se not familiar with the sit situation slt1IOon sitsaliva ¬
saliva If an outbreak oomec comes it te i admitted ad admitted admttted ¬
mitted by both sides that th there re will be bescenes belJee bescenee
scenes of blvxirbea bI 9Xirl Uriie + i that will eclipse eclipsethe ccpsetM eclipsethe
the troubles of O the past decade decadeThe decadeThe decadeThe
The governor bas wired to Telluride TellurWfor Tellurk1for Telluridefor
for particular of todays outrage If Iftroops Iftroops Iftroops
troops are needed in the region be win winsend nillsend 111
I
send them immediately immediatelyThe ImmecUat I
The belief Is I expressed by 11 friends > of ofWells ofV ofWells
Wells V ells that todays attempt to kill him himwas himWas himwas
was due entirely to friends of Steve SteveAdams 6to 6toA SteveAdams
Adams A ams They declare that th t VeIls is isthe 1 1the isthe
the real witness against 8tost Adams duns for the themuroer themUrQei thenmreer
muroer of Collins If Adams Ad8 is convictcs con convictwl conIct
victwl Ict < of the murder of Ins ns these thesepeople tbeee1e thesepeuime
people 1e say he will likes < tell some somethings somelhlngs somethings
things about his career CAreer so eo soon n as it itIE itIE itis
IE shown he cannot save his own neck neckThat neckThat neckThat
That a new confession from Adams Adamswould Admwould Adamswould
would be a potent factor in determin determining detennlnIng determining ¬
ing the guilt of those directly rospons responsible rosponsIble rosponslble ¬
ible for the independence depot ex explosion exploelon oxploelon ¬
ploelon for the killing ofBeck of Beck and Mc McCormick McCormick c cConnick
Cormick In the Vindicator for the at attempted attompted attempted ¬
tempted killings of other persons in the themining themining themining
mining district and In Denver Denver is 1 as asserted assrted assorted ¬
sorted Because of this fact friends of ofWells otV ofWells
Wells V ens here today assert it t has been beeridetermined beendtonnine beendetermined
determined < I he shall be kjlledor killed killedjFor kIlledror
jFor weeks Wells has been guaded by bynoted bynoted bynoted
noted gun un men among them Bob Bobeldrum Bobeldrum Bobeldrum
eldrum eldrum and others who are afraid afraidof
of nothing He has realized that he hewas hewas hewas
was indeed a marked m rkOd man manBut manBut manBut
But the question troubling his friends friendshere fnendshere friendshere
here is how the person who placed the thebomb thebomb thebomb
bomb managed to get near the house housein
in the face of the strong guard known knownto
to be there It seems certain at the thepresent th thpreeent thepresent
present time that that there will be more maretrouble moretrouble moretrouble
trouble in Tellu Telluride ide even though it does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not spread out of San Miguel county countyTHREE count countTHREE countyt
THREE WOIEN VOf t EN MM MMPITTSBURG BURNEDIN
IN 1I EXPLOSION DYING DYINGPITTS DYINGPITTSBURG
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PITTSBURG PITTS BURG March 28Mrs 28 Mrs Irs Eliza Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizabeth ¬
beth Robinsqn and Misses U86 Bessie sle and andMargaret andMargaret andMargaret
Margaret Cook were probably probf IT fatally fatallyburned r3ta11 r3ta11burned fatallyburned
burned in a gas explosion late tonight tonightat
at the home of Jalm 3 > lm J r Cook at Vilk Vilkinsburg VlIk1nsburg Vilkinsburg
insburg insburgThe 1nsburgTh insburgTha
The Th injured were Wf > re removed to a hos hospital hospital hospital ¬
pital where it was saw salo their recovery recoverywas recoveowas recoverywas
was improbable improbableGUILD JmprobableGUILD improbableGUILD
GUILD SLIGHTLY SLIGHTLY BETTER BETTERBOSTON BETTERBOSTO BETTERBOSTON
BOSTON March 28 2SThe The condition of ofGovernor otGovernor ofGovernor
Governor Guild Is virtually unchanged unchangedHe
He has Improved very slightly during duringthe duringtho duringthe
the past twentyfour hours and still stillhas sttUhas stillhas
has a chance for life although the doctors doc doctors doctors ¬
tors are not very hopeful hopefulEaster hopefulEaster hopefulEaster
Easter is Flower Time TimeSee TimeSee TimeSee
See our display Shaffer 14th L IAdl Adv
utiTaft Taft Forces Arrayed ArrayedUnder ArrayedUnder ArrayedUnder
Under W J Olivers Banner
Knoxville Man Chosen Chosento
to Conduct Campaign Campaignin
in Southto South SouthHis SouthHis
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His Success in In Tennes Tennessee T ennes ennessee ¬
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of Ability AbilityStatistics AbiI ty tYStatistics
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Statistics of o Contest ContestGive ContestGive ContestGive
Give Taft aft Long Lead LeadThe L ad adThe
The Republican political statistics statisticsas stat > > tIes tIesac
as made JD4 u np p > by the authorities which whichhave whichhave deb debbae
have no affiliations in the fight tig t and andcoAetderin aMCOR andconsidering
considering COR Iderlng all contests indorse indorsements Ift indersements r rmeftta ¬
ments Instructions etc give theee theeetotals theeetotaJ thosetotals
totals totalsTaft totaJTalt totalsTaft
Taft 23S 23SForaker 1351ICMker 34 34Poraker
Foraker 1ICMkerFabi A AFairbanks aFairbanks
Fairbanks Fabi aak aakCaDDeft at atCannon i iCannon
Cannon CaDDeftUJ 25 MUtiinst 25Untoetrnetd
Utiinst UtiinstContested Untoetrnetd UJ aet Si SiContested 3 3Conte
Contested Conte ted 4 4W 9W
W J Oliver OU ef et Knoxville KD xvtlle Tenn is istb I It1M Isthe
tb the prospective Moses 1 of the antiTaft antiTaftcampaign antiTaftcampaipt antiTaftcampafcn
campaign campaignIf campaiptIf
If Mr Oliver cant lead it out of the thewilderness thewtldemea thewilderness
wilderness the campaign camp gn is likely to be bepermanently bepermaaently bepermanently
permanently lost Io t He to Ute man who whoconducted whoeoeducted whoconducted
conducted In large part the businessarrangements business businessarrangements Ma 6ne 6nearrng4
arrng4 arrangements aents few the BrwWBtewOMver BrwWBtewOMverconvention Brv Brunniow0lherconvention RIorOtIer RIorOtIerconenttoft
convention in Tennessee T8Dne ee last week He Hedemonstrated He Heeml Hedemonstrated
demonstrated eml trat a a capacity for handling handlinglarge 1Mft4Unglarse handlinglarge
large polities which hate not often been beensurpassed be berpMHd beensurpsased
surpassed and he Ie the man to whom whomtbe whomthe whamthe
the antiTaft people Ie now look to save savethe savetn savethe
tn the South SouthMr SouthMr SouthMr
Mr Oliver will be in Washington Vashlngt n to today toclay today ¬
day for a conference with the allied attiedantiTaft alliedAUTaft alliedantiTaft
antiTaft managers It is I well under understood mtdertood understood
stood that be will be tendered the job jobof jobof b bOf
of managing the South in opposition te teta t tWar tothe
the ta War Secretary If he is wilting to toaeeet toeeept I Iaccept
accept there will be a straggle such suchas s c cas
as the u South has not t seen at a any y ratesince rate ratesince rate8IDce
since MM MMEmancipation lit3LEmancipation 1MuEMaDdpatSoft
Emancipation Emancipation from the rule of o the theFederal UteFederal theFederal
Federal officeholders omcebok1 rs win be theslogan the theslogan tMaIogaa
slogan of the Oliver fight for the theIt South SouthIt
It was w the basis oC his contest in Tennessee T Ten TeRJHMJMe n nBttooee
Bttooee and the Tennessee TeIUM Me tight gbt resulted resultedIn
I
In a meet unexpected blow to the Taft Taftclaims TartcIIWec Taftclaims
claims for it had been expected e ted that thaterea tbatia thatoven
oven in case ca e of 0 a II doableheader dcMa1 > > eheader conven convention ccn8IldOlI cx + nven nventies ¬
ties both branches brBea would OU1d instruct ta truat for forTaft tC1rTalt forTaft
Taft Instead Ia tHCI the BrownlowOHver BrownlowOHvercrowd BntWillowOHy6tcrod
crowd maintained all the thg firms arms of ofregularity ofrecu1arlty ofregularity
regularity are regarded by by the pollttdans poll politicians poIIttelaD ¬
ticians as entirely likely to seat their theirdelegates their4elesates theirdelegates
delegates at the national convention conventionand
and failed to indorse Taft at alL alLHas allHas altHas
Has Net No Accepted AcceptedThe
The future of the campaign depends dependson
on the answer Hr r Oliver makes to toprop0 the theproposals theproposals
proposals prop0 a8 which it te stated will be bemade bemade bemade
made to him before he leaves WashIngton Wash Washington WashIngtOft ¬
ington The The aatiTalt people have need needed needed needed ¬
ed an issue a manager and some con confidence conftclence conftdenee ¬
fidence in order r er to make a stand in mUte mUteSouth the theSouth theSouth
South Oliver provides all three His H is issue 18sue issue ¬
sue is deliverance from bossship bo 6ship by theofticeLoldera the tbeofficeholders theofftce1oIder
officeholders his manager will be him himself hlmBelt himself ¬
self and confidence will m be based on onI onthe onthe
I the fact that he gel g the goods in the theTennessee theTenneuee theTennessee
Tennessee contest contestI contestThe contestThe
I The fact is Oliver has impressed the theantiTaft theanUTaft theantiTaft
antiTaft people with ith the notion that he hei beIs heis
i is the one man who can cope with the theHltebeock theHitchcock
1 Hitchcock campaign in the South For Former Former Former ¬
mer Secretary Secr t Y Hitchcock had one mag magnificent magnlftcent magniticent ¬
nificent qualification for management managementHe
He was strong with the Federal F4 eral crowd crowdNot cr crowdNot d dNot
Not till Oliver took hold in Tennessee Tennesseedid
did anybody and a a weapon with which whichto
to fight that power Oliver didnt try any anyfiness an anftn6 anyfinesse
finesse ftn6 8 any smooth game any flank flankmovements tlankmovements flankmovements
movements any 1 strategy He was for forthe forthe forthe
the frontal attack attackDown attackDown attackDown
Down with ltb the Federal crowds boss bossism bossIsm bosslam
ism became his watchword He didnt didnttry didnttry didnttry
try cajoling or persuasion He issued issuedhis 1S6Uedhis issuedhis
his deft and introduced a a new Idea It Itwas Itas Itwas
was as novel and ks novelty novelt r made it at ¬
tractive tractiveTheres tractiveTheres tractiveTheres
Theres no real reason why we weshould weshoukl weshould
should be governed by b the offlceholding offlceholdingcrowd offic officeholdingcrowd holdlng holdlngcrowd
crowd he argued If I weve got into intothe Intothe intothe
the habit of it nows a good time to toshake toshake toshake
shake off the habit Come on boys boysThey boysThey boysThey
They came on and they mixed things thingshandsomely thingshandsomeb thingshandsomely
handsomely in Tennessee The Oliver Oliverconvention Ollerconv6l4t1on Oliverconres
conres convention < tlon was held at the time and andplace andplace andplace
place named in the call while the theEvansHple theEvansHple theEvansHale
EvansHple faction didnt get its con coniventlon conentJon convention
ventlon pulled off or till the following day dayThe dayThe dayThe
The last action of the OllverBrownlow OllverBrownlowconvention OlherBrownlowcomentlon OllverBrownlowconvention
convention was 88 the adoption of a reso resolution rpsolulion resolution ¬
lution specifying that the delegation delegationwas
was S not instructed If it gets seated in inthe Inthe inthe
the national convention it is said its itsstrength Itsstrength itsstrength
strength will be distributed among amongHughes amongHuShes amongHughes
Hughes Knox Cannon and Fairbanks FairbanksBid FalrbanksBid FairbanksBid
Bid for Canal Job JobOliver JobOliver JobOliver
Oliver will be recalled as the person personwho personWho personwho
who made the lowest bid on the con construction construction construction ¬
struction of the Panama Canal when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Administration thought it would try trythat trYthat trythat
that method of building He made good goodin soodIn goodin
in every uve way required but was finally finallydenied finallydenleq finallydenied
denied the Job and went ent away very e1J < die disgusted dlsgl diegusted ¬
gusted gl ted Now he is disposed to demon demonstrate demonstrate demonstrate ¬
strate his possession pos esslon of business ca capacity capacity capacity ¬
pacity on a large rge scale by plowing up a afew a afer afew
few States and excavating the foundations founda foundations a atllns ¬
tions from under the Hitchcock organ organization organIzation organization ¬
ization in tho South SouthIf
If Oliver decides t te undertake even evenIn evenIn evenin
In an advisory adlsof30C2p8CIt30 capacity the manage management manaJemoot management ¬
ment of things at the South It is said saidthere saidthere saidthere
there will be a brandnew sort of fight fightin fightIn fightin
in Texas where revolution against the theCecil theCecil theCedl
Cecil Lyon faction is reedy for encour encouragement oncouragement encouragement ¬
agement in Kentucky I Alabama errvarious ap apvarious aJvarious
various other States Stat The Virginia VirginiaState VIrginiaState VirginiaState
State convention will be held April 8 8and 8xnd 8and
and it is s declared thero Is a determined determinedprotest determinedprotest determinedprotest
protest against Instructions for Taft TaftIndeod Tart TartIndeed TaftIndeed
Indeed if Representative Basconi Slorap Slorapundertakes SlempunderWt98 Slompundertakes
undertakes to force a Taft instruction instructionthrough InstructionthrougL instructionthrougli
through the convention he is threatened threatenedContinued threatenedCont1Ilued threatenedContinued
Continued on Fourth oUIth Fftgefc Pap
W J OLIVER OLIVEROf
Of Knoxville Chosen te Lea Lead the Anti AntiTaft AntiTaft AmtTaft
Taft Ftrces FtrcesAlabama Frce5JIM F rces rcesCROW
JIM GROW CROWCAUSE SPEECH SPEECHCAUSE SPEECHAlabama I I
CAUSE OF AFFRAY AFFRAYTHEORY AFFRAYTHEORY
THEORY OF HEWN HEFLINAlabama HEWNSPEECH
Alabama Representative RepresentativeBelieves RepresentativeBelieves i iBelieves
Believes Negro Knew KnewHim KnevHim KnewHim
Him and PlannedInsult Planned PlannedInsult PlannedInsult
Insult Insultrecord
Since I have ye k rand of tM aepro negrosrecord s sre
record re < OnI and cooeMertac coaeiIIed tbe many manythreatening manythreatening y ytbre
tbre threatening tentg letters I have aItft receivedsince received receivedsince ft4 ft4t5t
since t5t ce I advocated Jim Crow cars fer ferthe forthe I
the District I would net be surprised surprisedif MlL Htll
if it develops dvt that Louis Lundy with withwhom withwhom
whom I bad tbe altercation altetoea oR Friday F Fau night night4a nldbtan
4a an Avenue yetMIe ear recogaiaed reoof l pIj Md m DN sad aadbud aMhad sadhad
had a method in his attack attackThte attackIII attackThis
This is the latest at th theory ory of Repre Representative BepresentatlyeJames Representative ¬
sentative sentatlyeJames James H Heftln mn of Alabama Alabamawho Alabamawho A A111M
who > > fguh agured ed in a sensational tlorol street net car caraffray caratrray caraffray
affray near the St James Hotel Fridaynight Friday Fridaynight Fridayn
n night t in which Louis Lundy it IIwho negro negrowho negrowho
who persisted in being objectionable le in int IIIt hrthe
t the < e e presence of women despite < Mr MrBenins XrBtdllns MrMedias
Benins remonstrance was snot ia thehad the tbehead thebead
head and Dd Thomas McCreary a by bystander bytJlftCJer bystander ¬
stander was accidentally wounded la laj iathe Inthe
j the lei Ie
Letters to Be Introduced latrodaceSThe
The anonymous threatening letters tettersreferred 1cttenln lettersraterred
referred n ferrecl to by Representative nepnufttatiYtrWill HefMa HefMawill Heinwill
will likely figure largely in the trial trialwhew trialwket trialwhen
whew the Congressman Coogr is arraigned arraignedwhich a awhkk arraignedwhich
which will te as soon as the two In Injured i ijured injured ¬
jured men recover recoverA ree < wer werA
A resume U1D8 of the case hut night showed showedthe showedthe
1 the following followingLouis follo folloLouta followingLouis
Louis Lundy colored at Emergency EmergncxHospital EmergencyHospital E4 > > e x xHospital
Hospital Bullet wound In bead he bat no nobultet nobullet to tobullet
bullet found on xray examination yes yesterday yesterday Y YterdaY ¬
terday afternoon Bullet evidently en entered eatered entered ¬
tered at rear of left ear grazing g skull skulland skullcomlag skullanal
and coming out at back of bead Lundy Landyhas Lundyhas Ltmdyhas
has a police record aad says 78 be has I been beenshot beensbot beenshot
shot three times before Will probably probablybe pro ably ablyhe
be turned over to the police for exam examination exam1DaUon examination ¬
ination tomorrow Expected to recover recoverin ecoverIn
in a week weekThomas weekTb0ma8 weekThomas
Thomas McCreary horse trainer con confined cGftftnedto confined ¬
fined ftnedto to bed at 517 Sixth street Painful Painfulbut Pabatalbut Painfulbut
but not serious wound in calf of MIr tegWill MIrW1Il legWill
Will probably not push JMI h criminal pros JX98ecution prosecution
i ecution realizing reaU ng that shooting was ac accidental accidental accidental ¬
cidental but ha has < engagad enga engaged attorneys ttor pre presumably pr8sumably pr prsuraably ¬
sumably to begin be 1n civil action
Bepereeentative Repere ent3tIve Thomas Hefita ofAlabama of ofAlabama ofAlabama
Alabama out on on 151 5WO + X1 bail and anxious anxiousfor aaxlouefor anxiousfor
for trial as 8 he says his actions were werejustified werejustified werejustified
justified Continues to receive telegrams telegramsfrom tel telirem telegramsfrom
from South offering sympathy and assltance as assistance assI ¬
sistance sistanceThe sI sltanceThe tance tanceThe
The woman in the case C8Mml casemioslagThere casemioslagThereis miseiasThere miseiasThereis siogThereIs >
is considerable anxiety to know the theIdentity theiJentlty theidentity
Identity of the woman on the th street car carwhom carh carwhom
whom h < m Mr tr Hemp was as defending at the thetime thetime thetime
time of the affray She left the car dur during durIng during ¬
ing the scuffle between Mr Hdln Heflin and andthe andthe andthe
the two negroes negroesLundys negroesLundYif negroesLundys
Lundys companion compenlona30 also missing rateeingLundy mlYtDCLundy missingLundy
Lundy says he was 78 a stranger ia h Wash Washington Washj Pssh PsshIngton
ington and bis present whereabtui ut are areunknown areunk1oWn areunknown
unknown j jHeflin
Heflin Reticent ReticentRepresentative ReticentRopresentathe ReticentRepresentative
Representative Heflin had but little Httleadditional HtUeadditional littleadditional
additional comment to make upon the theaffair theatralr theaffair I
affair lest night He had h d set ct yet yethad yethadthe yetlhadthe had hadthe
the time he said to employ counsel counselbut couuH1 couuH1but counselbut
but will probably do so within the next nextday DeXtday nextday
day or so Representative Clayton of ofAlabama oCAlabema ofAlabama
Alabama who has acted as spokesman spokesmanfor
for Mr Heftin since the difficulty said saidthat saidtbat saidthat
that no effort would be made by his ht col colleague colleague eelleague
league to prevent a speedy trial Mr JtIrHemn MrHeflin i iHeflin
Heflin was surrounded throughout the1 the1session the thesession thesession
session yesterday by Representatives Representativesfrom Repre eotatle eotatlefrom
from all sections of the country who whoexpressed wboetpre8Hd whiexpressed
expressed sympathy s and regret that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the affair had occurred occurredTwo occurredTwo occurredTwo
Two white men whose namesare namesarefor naJDe ce cefor
for the present withheld by Mr Heflta Hefltayesterday Bealnyest Heflinyesterday
yesterday yest rdaY afternoon approached Congresem Con Congressman Coagreeenwn ¬
gresem gressman en Ellerbe who was with ith Mr MrHeflin MrHeflin ir irHeftln
Heflin shortly before the difficulty aad aadoffered
offered to appear in defense Me of the AJa AJaI AJaham Alabama
I bama Congressman Congre man They saw Lundy Lundyattempt IAlBdrattempt Lundyattempt
attempt to take a rawer t1L3 t from nte pocket pocketthy jOCkettho pocketthy
thy tho Explained xp dne41 Just before ror the negro negroTVHS D8IroWws negrowas
was thrown from rom the car CI1 by 34r Heftta HniaThe HefttaTbe Hdtalbe
The story of the affair a < < lrl as toW by Mr MrI MrHeUn ir irHeIIn
I HeAin and Mr Ellerbe remains tin tinchanged Uft111 unchanged
changed all 111 witnesses apparently agree agrcoI asrroing agreeing
I ing upon the salient points poIn The two twoContinued twoContlnu twoConthlnej
Continued Oil on o ZAlujh purta J1rth Paso >
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NEW YORK March 3 3bomb 28 28A 28Abombinteoded A Abomb
bombinteoded bomb intended for the police pre prematurely prematurely prematurely ¬
maturely exploded in the hand of ofSelig ofSeHg ofSelig
Selig Cohen also known as Silver Silverstein Silverstein Silverstein
stein ia 11 1 Union Square Park today todayand todayaDd todayawl
and Cohen as well as Ignatz Hilde Hildebrand HiljlnOO Hilsebrand
brand a comrade who sixfod st od fceside iesiJehim fcesidehkn cidehim
him were biown to pieces The ex explosion expIosion expiosioll ¬
plosion was the climax to a demon demonstration deIr1 demonn n nst ¬
stration st tion by the unemployed unemployedTwentyfive unemployedTwentyfive unemployedTwentyfive
Twentyfive policemen the inhin in intended intended ¬
tended victims iims who were marching marcrangwithin marchingwitbin marchingwithin hin g
within fifteen fift feet of the spot where wherethe wherthe wherethe
the bomb was exploded had a ami amiraculous mi miraculous na naraClilOuS ¬
raculous escape escapeHikfebrand escaPe escaPeHildebrand escapeHildebrand
Hildebrand was instantly killed killedThe k11 kI7iThe t tThe
The bomb throwers right arm was wasblown wasbiown wasblown
blown off his eyes eJ were torn ouand cut cutand ou
and he was otherwise so badly badlywounded badlywounded
wounded that his death is expected expectedat a e i iat
at any minuteScenes minute minuteScares minuteSc
Scares Sc < < es Trampled fey It l Mob MobHalf JbHalf MebHalf
Half a doHa policemen wer werwounded werewounded were werewounded
wounded in the excitement whichfollowed whichfollowed which whichfollowed
followed the explosion plo iOft and a panic panicin
in a crowd of thousands 1 precipita precipitated ¬
ted in vfaica scores were trampled trampledby
by horses hor es or cut and bruised by the theheavy theheavy theheavy
heavy sticks of the police in their theirflying theirftyiDg theireying
flying charge to disperse the mob mobThough mobThough mobThough
Though cut to pieces by the fragments frag fragments fragmenta ¬
ments of the bomb Cohen who is a aRussian aRu a aRussian
Russian Ru afan about twentyfire years old oldsever oldBefer oldnever
sever lost consciousness Lying on onthe ontJte onthe
the ground OUDCl ia i the park where + + he heexptoeioe Leoccurred b e eexpio
explosion expio explosionlerue io occurred and Dd later in Bel Belleme BelMI1Ie
leme Hospital he told i I the t e story of ofhfe ofhie o ohis
his act
Bemb fK f K PeHce PeHceIt
It was for the police he cried crieda criedmiuute
a minute after the t e first policeman policemanhad policemanbad
had reached his side I was to tothrow t tothrow
throw 1 the t e bomb at the policement policemenbeesuse policemen policemenbeens
beens ih t ties o police assaulted becI me one onaday oneday na naday
day last w week ek I bad to do this thisA thisAiJtatemeat thisitts
A statement itts euot was green out outBel1evue a aBeHeme nBellevue
Bellevue knight saying Silverstoin Silverstoinin
in a lucid moment bad declared Le Lehad 1 1had hahad
had been hounded by the police ever eversince eersiDee eversince
since he reached this country arl arlhad anlhad anihad
had determined to get ge even en He Heexpressed Hepreaed lieexpressed
expressed regret regre that he had failed failedto failEJJdll
to kill any y of his area are arch enemies eBemiest1 eBemiest1pollee piesthepolice tlie tliepolice
police
TbwBgit T Theeght t Trouble aif a End EndBelieving EndBeUeviDl EndBelieving
Believing the trouble earned by the thedemonstrators thedeDlOllStratOnl thedemonstrates
demonstrators in heir eir efforts to hold a aparade apuade aparade
parade and meeting in h the park against againstpoHce a aga st storden stpollee
poHce orders was practicaUy J pry ended thw thwomcers tr trofficers t 3 3oIfteenJ
officers had been asscjaWedlin assh In the th purl parcpreparatory p purlpreparatory r rprepuaiory <
preparatory to returning tp their sta stations stations ta talions ¬
tions Under OHefUya command eolDJ tIld way wayone tea teaoo lj ljODe
ODe oo group of fifty men and nd another of oftwentyore oftweatyftve oftwentydye
twentyore twentyoreCohen tweatyftveCohen twentydyeCohen
Cohen wag walking toward this squad squadwhen SquadwbeG squadwhen
when the explosion expIo ioa occurred According Accordingto
to on one eyewitness eyewtI 5s Cohen and HUde HUdebrand H1ldbraDcl Hi de debrand
brand bad been sitting tUn < < but a moment momentbefore momo momentbefore > nt ntbefore
before on the edge of the fountain As Asa Asthey
tbe they arcMe the be spectator says s he noted notd1tttle noteda
a little name burning bun Dg against the th bla blacK blacKsomething blac k kaoaaethtac ksomething
something Cohen held in his hand handWalking handWatkin handWalking
Walking Watkin < < toward the police Cohen dewback dew dewback dewbade
back his hand But the bomb neverleft never noverleft ntyerleft
left It Already the fuse had ignited the doexplosives theexp theexploeivea
explosives exp and with a report that tvaS tvaSbeard Rasbeard as asbeard
beard for blocks the bomb went ott ottRight or orRig ofLRight
Right Rig t Arm Blewn Off OgSltversteins OffSUverstelnS OffSlversteins
Sltversteins right arm was blowc ofCat off offat oftat
at the elbow and torn to atoms Bts
of f the flyinft7 d 1u metal tore his head Pad 21dtb8 Padthe nd ndthe
the flame burned his face and nd bliri bUr 1 1blm 33 33him d dhim
him He fell groaning groanl on the sidewalk sidewalkHtldebrand sidewalkHt1debtaDd sidewalkHildebrand
Htldebrand his companion received tte ttegreater t tegreater 9 9greater
greater force of the explosion and fell felldead tende4 felldead
dead The fragments of iron of the gas gaspipe b8Spipe gaspipe
pipe in the bomb had torn his chest chestopen chestopen chestopen
open and It is doubtful if he ever knave knawwhet knavewhat m3W m3Wwhat
what struck him hhnHalf blmHalf himHalf
Half a desert policemen nearby were wereinjured wereInjured wereinjured
injured but none seriously Officer OfftcerHan OfftcerHanJon Han Hankm Hanlon
km WAS struck on the foot by a flyingmissile flying flyingmissile flYlngml8
missile ml8 lle and so badly hurt he had to be bocarried becarried becarried
carried home Mounted Policeman PolicemanJoseph PoUcematd PolicemanJoseph
Joseph d o eph OBrleB was hurled from his hishorse h1sborse hishorse
horse aDd su sustained taIned a sprained back A Ascore Ascore Ascore
score of other patrolmen were woraknocked wereknocked
knocked down by the force of the ex explosion ex1kNdoft explosion ¬
plosion Several bystanders blltaD ers were like likewise UkeVol likewise ¬
wise Vol e hurt a few so seriously they had hadto hadto hadto
to be taken to hospital Among them themwere themwere themwhere
were Morris Xandel SIS East Eleventh Eleventhstreet Eleyen Eleyenstreet Eleventhstreet
street and Peter Gennease a Greek Greekcipar Gleke4r Greekcigar
cigar manufacturer of Bast Fourteenth Fourteenthstreet Fourteenth8tftet Fourteenthstreet
street 8tftetI streetJust streetJust
Just I kjv hn many person persons were hurt hurthowever hurtJIowe hurthowever
JIowe however will never be known Ira Iramedtatety Immediately Im Immediately
mediately following the explosion expIo Ion there therewax therewaa therewas
wax a fearful rash ra by the thousands in itsthe inthe inthe
the neighborhood bborhood to set away Every Everyone Eeryme Everyone ¬
< one who could walk or run did so and andth andt andthe
th t the 6 police got records only of those thosowho thOSwbo thosewho
who h had to go to t hospitals In the thepanicky then1eky theTanicky
panicky n1eky rush hundred j were knockeddown knockeddown knocked knockeddown
down and oJ trampled but the police se seenred seeared secured
eared no name nameImmediately DSIDMIadIn namesImmediately
Immediately IadIn IE 1St > upon ur < ft receipt of the news nescsat newsat newsset
at police headquarters the t a beet at detec detectives detecU detectives ¬
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