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SIX ii11iibAio HUNDRED EPiOYEESSTRIKE EMPLOYEES EMPLOYEESSTRIKE
STRIKE AT THE TH GERMANIA GERMANIASerious
Serious Results From a Demand For an Increase Increasein IllCreaSeillWages
in illWages illWageseputy Wages WagesDeputy WagesDeputy
Deputy Sheriffs Guarding the Plant PlantFeared Feared That That There ThereWill ThereWill ThereWill
Will be Trouble This Morning
tl t th e whole force o ofh of oft ofLI
elx cI I hundred Mfl w n
LI th oerraanl ett 4ter r at a t Murray Mur Murou 6 fOGV are areout areth
11 out t on a strike Deputy D puty sheriffs sberl are areironing areT
ou ground nil and WMdBhd bod I Itmd is isfmiHl IsA
1 T 1rilhing ironing IIn < the
A fmiHl a1 1d at Lt any moment momentHine momentTIiJe momentii
ii Hine men m went ent out at 3 oclock yes yesAfternoon yestrday yest
Afternoon when the afternoon afternoonHift afternoonH aXternoOflII
trday t
II Hift H ift t was a to O have gone to work Six SixjiirilrtMl SLiII i iof
II jiirilrtMl of them congregated con reg8ied in the theTII thepnls theII
II talked the mutter over overnionff overCt
TII pnls arIs < IS and
appointed a afinniittte a alIInllthe ainittte
Ct nionff iig 1hem thenuftlvefc elveL They I
finniittte of three thl e of which Charles CharlesOstu Charlest Charlesti t
1 chairman to wait upon Su SujiMtondent Su1tndent j jl
Ostu < 111 ti was wa
jiMtondent l lt 1tndent > ndent Tucker The committee committeermt
rmt ict in his omce while the vast va t throng throngof
of workmen waited outalde outaldeThe outaldeThe outildeThe
The three men demanded a 36cent eent per perciy JMrI perlay
ciy lay I advance in wages That is the theliiMivrs thedrtrs theil
liiMivrs drtrs il rtr S were to receive 175 instead insteadr
f U4i l4u 14 other men were to receive 186 186in 18Gf
in tul 111 of f 150 and the furnace men menv
v i to t ivcelre 228 2 ZIi la place of 5190 130 130L
1 L is I iiifflcult i to learn e nt the exact pro prot prong
t t linns ling ng at thto meeting meet1 Two stories storiesi storiesll1me storimcIJITIC
i tome forth forthResult forthResult forthResult
Result of Conference Conferencec
c 1M no of these 1 la given by the th commit commitIM commitand
IM f and ud the oUter her emanates from Su SuKrintendent SuHilltendent Swrmtendent
Krintendent Hilltendent Tucker The men said saidtliut sa1dtl
tliut tl t they presented their claim quietly quietlyuid quletballd
uid aji calmly to the superintendent said saidi Jmdhim nd ndIi
Ii < i him they would strike unless he heUK heJilt heI
UK I t their tht > lr demands deDumds They declare that thatV thattietled
V defied them and told them to walk walkout walkout walkunt
out if they wanted < 1 to toThe tor1he toThe
The superintendents superintende ts account which whichchines whichelmes
chines < 111 < > 1 secondhanded is that he prom promised promifd promi4d ¬
ised to to take their demands deman tS under con consideration conelderation conideration ¬
sideration and asked that they be held heldin
in abeyance until be could hear from fromthe fromthe fromtILe
the magnates of the smelter trust at atI atI atbnver
I bnver bnverThe > inver inverThe n ver verThe
The men doctors dccll that they have been beenpromised beenrtlmist beenl1r
promised l1r rtlmist mistd > d an advance in wages WM < < at dif diflirent diftrent difluretit
trent times during the past Ktst few fewrn fewJ11nthl fewTh
rn J11nthl Th < > nth flt hs The promises womes have never been beenfulfilled beentultilled beettuIfilkd
fulfilled They determined toMtrwith toMtrwithom to BotwlthOllt actwith
t om liLt further parley pariel and the strike is lithe iStheItult lithe1eU1L the theitsuit
itsuit itsuitfifteen ItultliHttn
fifteen 1 itetn men who > are designated as assmiis 8sluls asuts
smiis uts by the strikers continue at atiTk atrk atrk
iTk rk They Tbe could do nothing more morethan morethan ore
I
than keep kt p one furnace going and andthus andthus
I
thus t 1u keep the smelter partially partiallyIn
In operation in case others should shouldj shouldjitl
jitl j m I them tht > m There wac w no disorder disorderalut disorderthe disordero
alut o Ut the grounds during durtz the t after afterr aterrll
r rll u and evening The workmen re retuiiil reto ret
tuiiil t tth I to their homes quietly feeling feelingcoimtit feeUngIllidiut feelIngO1tlIflt
< coimtit Illidiut at that the big bl plant could not notrn notwithout
rn without them and half determined determinedt
t 11 1 U t ° violence o < D < e against the importation importationf
f bt > rers ier to take their places placesDeputies placesDeputies placeeDeputies
Deputies on Guard GuardTaar Guardnn
Taar l on at night when the 11 oclock oclockar
ar r was V as < 11 to tohae have gone go to work the theMvy they
Mvy 11 1 y pr > f employees collected again againthe a againthe ain ainthf
< the grounds In the meantime meantimeMlirendent meantlmaTi I IndeDt
Mlirendent Ti ndeDt > Tucker fearing rIo vioi rIohL
i < had hL secured four deputy sheriffs sheriffsDyer sherIffsI
11 I L > < Dyer Cummock and Goldman Goldmenv Gol n nh
v 1 ho h ven V t there armed to the teeth teethT
T 1 iy i to I protect pote < > t the ameiter plantIk plantnst plant plantiiirt
Ik iiirt nst i d8fible iis < ible violence violencehv
1 1 hv i y hul little > difficulty in inconotroll inconotrolliac coirtroll coirtrolliu coiitrollmen
iu I men who had congregated congr tC I in inth Int1 InVi
th > irite Threats of violence were werer
J r > H in hy some of the more determined determinedM < letermhMMitable letermlfl letermlflnI
nI M l writable itable t ible men and several of them themi
i tn > force flr their way into the build buildJ
J Ihree 1 hrfet wre re finally finaJl ordered off offti ocr1L oftfl
ti 1L uiijiuiA j I JIls iid When they refused to go gowi got
i t tLy Lr wi re ° taken in charge by b the depu deput
t z Pl 1 taken outside There were werei wererorde
i 1 nvsry fl n words at this proceeding proceedingvas
i < vas va a not forcibly resented r ted It ItF it itf Itflwever
F hivever to anger the men ao not soif
t i tr t r > rWe if if w expected this morning mornIz mornIzp
v n the ih Uuutles returned and ex exP 0 0p oxp
P i that fifteen men were going to towrl tow tow
wrl w 11 r on ii furnace No I there was much muchThe much1Ii
r 1Ii The crowd permitted these theser the theceinside e ef
r f i t p > inside insi < k but told the deputies deputiestnr
tnr tL 1 if any tJ1 more mo went in they would wouldiv
< iv v md 1 n nd drag them out About mid midi
i 1 c IT 1 T t t1 > crowd lr wd dispersed and later on ontire ontht
1 < r tht night the yard were desert desertl de ert ertt
l i
> i the rh men have arrived at an un uniniJmg unIdm unrsu1ing
rsu1ing iniJmg Idm to meet at 7 oclock this thisii
< ii hen the morning shift goes goesTk goesTk goesuk
Tk They will then make another
I upon Superintendent SuperInte kdent Tucker TuckerIfiieved Tuckerl TuckerhUeved
Ifiieved l ied that If he does not ac acM 8 8t acu
M u t > or r that If any large number numbert
t from the strikers ranks an on onf on1pon
f M h vpon upon the deputies and the theM
a will ill follow At 130 this morn mornuperintendnt mOrnupprint mornupPrintennt
> uperintendnt upprint > Tucker had gone to toworn toworn toworn
worn out and fatigued leaving
to be called early In the morn
each one of the four deputy eput < aher dherl ahervas
vas a l watching watchIi an entrance > to the the1UIId1flg
buildings hulldtn determined det determIn nnlJMd that if any
at aoqault ault was U attempted by b the theth thethey
s a they th > would protect the plant plantcoat planttOt1t plantftt
coat coatund tOt1tundo ftt fttuTI
und and about the struts and andof
1 1 of f Murray there i
were no men mensated mengated mengated
gated discuflsing the matter matterv matterlnd
v and d then a single e man could be
1 > ing Iz home But nevertheless neverthelessthan nev > rtbeles6
than half of
the town
was wasand wasand wasj I
< and ready for action Lights Lightsi
i low behind drawn curtains in inr intp inp
r r t tp > p cottages that decked ked the theiVH
iVH iVHHave
Have No Organization OrganiaationTr Organizationworkmeon
4 Tr workmen have no organiza organizayet
I yet but steps tePl hare been taken
the past week to form a
> labor organization wliich hieh will willnclude wl1l1clude williclude
nclude the employees emplo eeg of all allouth aUEOuth allouth
outh of Salt Lake The men menrived menrind menrived
rived at this thl conclusion to toifter tolrer
ifter chaotic and confused confl ed din dismong dlsmong dinmong
> mong themselves themselvesrealise themselvesaUse themeelvesralIze
realise aUse that if a determined determineda
a K to be made they the muet perfect perfecti perfectunion
i h union Whether or not this thisr thisnec
< r v > t once nee include Inclu e the 300 or tOO fO men men1wr menA
A her itr trust tru t smelter the Pennsyl PennsylT Penn yl ylT
T I andy is not yet determined determinedhe
1 he men themselves them elyes dont know knowVn4 knowJ
Vn4 J L about it It ItT ItT
T > 1 heir plans are indeflntte Inde ntte at the thenr thetime
nr 1 time There is some dieaetis dieaetisyii dleeatlsamong diceatleamong
yii Ti among the employees at Sandy SandyJv Snd
Jv 1 l has not yet et taken shape euf
ny to make demands for an in inS
I S of wages wagestwo wagesr
r h two t wo smelters smett r belong to the theruft therUt therut
rut rUt < t which was organized last lastj lastTe
ViT 4n r Tie headquarters are
j are at ath I Iu In
n
h nv r either Manager ana er Jones nor norfltendent I
u imnttndent l > fltendent Tucker has the power
to accede to the demands emandsof of the thestrikers theetrlkers thestrikers
strikers without consultation with the thetrust thetrust thetrust
trust managers at Denver Mr Tucker Tuckercould Tuckercould Tuckercould
could not be seen last night and con consequently consequently consequently ¬
sequently his plans fbr today and dur during durIng during ¬
ing the time he muet have in which to tohear tohear tohear
hear from the Denver DenvercapltaUsts capitalists could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be learned learnedFrom lEflrnedFrom learnedFrom
From time to time last night threats threatswere threatswere threatswere
were muttered It was proposed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the plant be blown up and if the men mienhad menhad menhad
had had a a determined leader trouble troublewould troublewould troublewould
would have broken out then and there thereIt
It wasopenly stated that unless the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company through Manager T B BJones RJones BJones
Jones submitted to the demand for foran foran foran
an increase of pay they would do the theplant theplant theplant
plant some great damage damageSheriffs damageSherIffs damageSheriffs
Sheriffs Draw Revolvers RevolversAt
At 1 oclock the crowd had increased increasedso
so that the deputy sheriffs feared they theywould theywould theywould
would not be able to handle it They Theysaw TheyDaw Theysaw
saw that unless they did something a aonce aonce aonce
once matters would soon be beyond beyondtheir beyondtheir beyondtheir
their control Accordingly they ordered orderedthe orderedthe orderedthe
the strikers to leave the premises The Themen Themen Themen
men obeyed surlily surIll and reluctantly reluctantlyProfane reluctantlyProfane reluctantlyProfane
Profane remonstrances were made madeand madeand madeand
and threatening demonstrations and at atlast atlast atlast
last the deputies determined on more moredrastic moredrastic moredrastIc
drastic measures Drawing their six sixshooters sixshooters sixshooters
shooters they the leveled them at the smel smelter smelter sanelter ¬
ter men and told them that if they did didnot didnot didnot
not get out at once they would open openfire openfire openfire
fire on them The sight of the revolvers revolversawed revolversawed revolversawed
awed the strikers strikersThey strikersThej strikersThey
They had not reached the point pointwhere pointwhere pointwhere
where they were ready rend to take chances chanceswith chanceswith chanceswith
with bullets They The had not n < Jt become becomesufficiently becomesutnclentlj becomeutficientiy
sufficiently Inflamed to desire the shed shedding shedding shedding ¬
ding of human blood Still thoy did not notact notaet notact
act in n a cowardly manner Their re retreat retreat ¬
treat was slow and orderly and at 2 2oclock 2oclock 2oclock
oclock this morning the streets of the thelittle thelittle i iUttJe
little town were practically deserted desertedThe desertedThe desertedThe
The smelter emel r trust handles nearly all allth aUthe allthe
th the ore produced from Utahs mines minesShould minesShould minesShould
Should the plants be l > e shut down for any anylength anylength anylength
length of time it will mean me mean n practically practicallyparalysis practicallyparalysis practicallyparalysis
paralysis for the mining industry of ofthai ofthe ofthe
the state stateClimax stateClimax ntateClimax
Climax Expected Today TodayIt
It ie understood that about twenty twentyfive twentyfive twentyfive
five men who were forced into the thestrike tbestrike thestrIke
strike showed signs of weakening last lastnight fastnight lastnight
night and an have intimated their inten intention intention Intition ¬
tion of going to work today todn If they theyundertake theyund theyundertake
undertake und rtake to do SP s the th trouble will willprrbably willprtbably 111 111rbabb
prrbably reach its climax for the de detertninaHon det detertainatiort
tertninaHon t naiIMLt j01 ft > t the strijaecs stTj trJr to prevent preventany prvEmLanj pvvntany
any more than tine fifteen now at work workfromgolnt 1Orkrowgolz1g workfmmgoig
fromgolnt on until a satisfactory set settlement ootUemett settiement ¬
tlement 1b madeis made is not an idle boast boastThey bD89tThey boastThey
They have demonstrated den oMtrated that they theymean theyme theymean
mean me n all they say sayMore sa saMore sayMore
More deputies will be within call collthis caUthis callthis
this morning when the conference takes takesplace takespI takenplace
place pI act It could not be ascertained last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night whether or not Mr Jones had hadgone hadgo hadgone
gone go to the scene of the difficulty but buthe buthe buthe
he is to take part in the meeting m etlng this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning between the two sides sidesThe si siihe sidesThe
The ihe town of Murray is it clearly cl h in insympathy ins insympathy
sympathy s lnpath with the strikers and should shouldany Shouldany shouldaiiy
any outbreak occur the houses of the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people will be at their disposal The Thelast Thelast Thelast
last word that reached The Herald this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning was as that four of the fifteen fifteenmen fifteenmen fifteenmen
men at work had suddenly quit their theirIntention theirIntention theirintention
Intention being to join in the general generalstrike generalstrike generalstrike
strike This puts a more serious as aspect aspert aspert ¬
pert on the matter for the smelter peo people people pmpie ¬
ple as it will be impossible to keep the thefirea thefire9 thefires
fires running and it is the work of ofdays ofday of1ay
days day to start them when once they burn burnout burnout burnout
out outHIISHMEN
e 1IIi 1IIiQUffN o
QUffN EE ARRIVfS A1ESAT AT OU DUUN DUUNIRISHMBN lIN lINmISJDmN
HIISHMEN ACCORD HEARTY TTRAHTYWELCOME HEARTYWELCOME EA1TYWELCOME
WELCOME TO SOVEBBIG1T SOVEBBIG1TSword SOVEItBIGliSword SOVE1IGIJSword
Sword Bearer of the City However HoweverBefuses HoweverRcfuseS HoweverRefuseS
RefuseS to Take Part in the Cele Celebration Celebration Celebration ¬
bration brationDublin brationDublln brationDublin
Dublin April 4 1220 a m mIn In spite of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the rain that was 88 falling and the huge hugepuddles hugepuddles hugepaddies
puddles of water under foot the arrival arrivalof
of Queen Victoria in the royal yacht yachtVictoria yachtVictoria yachtVictoria
Victoria and Albert off Kingstown Kl gstown was wastho wastho wasthe
tho occasion occ slon for much enthusiasm al although alth nlthough ¬
though th ugh this did not take an organized organizedform organizedform organizedform
form owing to the fact that her majesty majestycame majestcame majestycame
came several hours ahead of schedule scheduletime scheduletime scheduletime
time timeIt timeIt timeIt
It had been b > cn officially omciall announced that the thequeen thequeen thequeen
queen would reach Kingstown at 530 p pm pm pm
m Tuesdy Tuesdll instead instP d of 2 p m but at atthe atthe atthe
the latter hour the Victoria and Albert Albertloomed Albertloomed Albertloomed
loomed up through the haze and rain rainand mInan rainand
and an was greeted with the thunder of oftwenty oftWent oftwenty
twenty tWent ne guns from each ship of the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British channel ctumn l squadron squadronThousands squadronThousands nquadronThousands
Thousands had poured into Kingstown Kingstownregardless Kingstownregardl Kingatownregardless
regardless regardl > ss of the pelting rain which whichluckily whichluckn whichluckily
luckily luckn ceased about 5 oclock and they theybraved theybraved theybraved
braved the cold winds and mud until untilmidnight untilmldnisht untilmidnight
midnight The celebrations were confined confinedto
to an illumination of the war vessels and andto andto andto
to a few fireworks here and there A Ashining Ashining Ashining
shining shamrock stood out against the theblackness theblackness theblackness
blackness of Dublin bay and from the thejackies thejackles thejackies
jackies clustered on the decks of the thesquadron thesquadron thesquadron
squadron came strains of God Save the theQueen theQueen
Queen which were taken talc en up with a will willby willb willby
by b the patient crowd on shore and when whenSokllers whenSoldiers whenSoldiers
Soldiers of the Queen floated across acrossthe acrossthe acrossthe
the quiet water the spectators on Kings Kingstown Klngstuwn Kingstown ¬
town pier joined in with equal equallfenor ffervor ffervorAlthough IfervorAlthough
Although all political conditions are arerepresented arerepretented arerepresented
represented in Kingstown Kln stovn there was no noattempt noatttmpt noattempt
attempt at a counter demonstration In Infact Infact Infact
fact the evenings fireworks firewo singing and andcheering andcheerIng andcheering
cheering were not marreJ by y any an hostile hostilenote hostilenote hostilenote
note and the entry of the quea que a into intoDublin intoDublin intoDublin
Dublin today Wednesday will proVably
be a repetition of o similar friendly condi conditions condltlons conditions ¬
tions tionsThe tlonsThe tionsThe
The queen will disembark some time
before noon today and will drivo frm fromKingstown frmKingstown frmKingetown
Kingstown through the city reaching
the viceregal lodge about 2 in the after afternoon atErnoon afternoon ¬
noon Another swordbearer swordb rcr has been so socured sccured socured
cured in the place of James Egan EganEcran EsanEgan EganE
Egan E nn who for or nine years was impris imprisoned imprlsoned imprisones ¬
oned for political offenses refused today toda todato
to hand the queen the sword nor would
he take part in tomorrows proceedings proceedingsIn
In a letter to the town clerk Mr Egan Egansays Egansays Egansay8
says saysI I will yield Ield nothing to any Irishman
in respect for the individuality of the theaged theaged theaged
aged lady lad but I cannot Join In any act actof actof actor
of or public courtesy courtos toward the head of a astate astate aelate
state which has ba tried me upon charges
that were ere false and sent me to suffer su er for lornine fornine fornine
nine years in English dungeons dungeonsthe the state
that still hallmarks me with the degra ¬
dation of a ticketofleave man manEenominated manDlIDe manRenominated
DlIDe DlIDeR
nominated R to Congress CongressPittsburg CongressPlltsbufg CongressPittslurg
Pittsburg 3 3John John
Aprii Dalzell was wasunanimously wasunanlmou wasunanimously
unanimously unanlmou lt renominated for congress to today today ¬ I Ila
day < la by b the Republicans of the Twenty Twentyneeonil
neeonil Ont1 district In the Twentvthjrd con conpressional congresotial
pressional re ional district convention William H
Graham the present uM < f > nt incumbent was ua re renominated rcnominated renomInated
nominated by b acclamation
PORTO RICO BILL BILLPASSS BILLPASSESSENATE i
PASSS PASSESSENATE PASSESSENATElIelublicans StNATEI StNATEIReDublicans
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BepnMicans Bring Enough EnougliMembers EnoughMembers Ellougliilembers
Members Into Line LineMEASURE BineM
4 4MiASURE
MEASURE M ASURE CARRIED OAEBIEDBYYOTEOE CARRIEDYVOTEOF OAR1IEDBYVOTEOF
BYYOTEOE 40 40T031 40T031Most TO31 TO31Most T031Most
Most Important Event Since Sincethe Sincethe Sincethe
the War Congress CongressMason CongressMason
4 4ytason
Mason of Illinois Makes M kes a Telling TellingSpeech TellingSpeech TellingSpeech
Speech inWhich in Which He Refers to toOur toOur toOur
Our Attitude Toward the Filipinos FilipinosFavors FilipinosFavors FilipinosFavors
Favors Expansion But Not by bythe bythe bythe
the Shotgun Method MethodPorto Porto Rico RicoIs Ri RiIs RicoIs
Is Part of the United States and andShould andShould andShould
Should Be Treated as Such SuchWashington SuchWashington
4 4Washington
Washington April 3 3ThIs This was a no notable notable notable ¬
table day in the United States senate senateIt senateI enateIt
It I brought to a close the sharpest and andmost andmost andmost
most prolonged debate upon any anymeas anymeasUre meas measure measure ¬
ure since those discussed during the thememorable thememorablo thememorable
memorable war congress two years yearsago yearsago ears earsago
ago At 4 oclock this afternoon the thevotes thevotes thevotes
votes were begun upon the Porto Rjcan Rjcantariff Ricantariff Rjcantariff
tariff and civil government bill and andpending andpending a apending
pending amendments and less than an
hour later the measure about which whichthere whichthere whichthere
there has been so much contention in inand inand Inand
and out of congress was passed pw d by a
SWEPT I B DEMOCRATS BY BYUEMOORATSRcsu1tof KHHKRResult
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Result RcsnltQf of Municipal M unici 11 Sections E1eet4ongjnMlissoiiri l ctjous in inMissouri n nMissot
Missouri Missot i i i iI iBiVY j jEEAYY 1 1HEAVY
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HEAVY GAINS ARE 1TADEUCBUSEI 1rdD 1rdDf 1rdDLICENSE 1TADE fk1ELICDNSE
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LICENSE WAS THE ISSUE INT NE NEBRASKA NEBRASKACITIES NEBRASEA ¬
BRASKA BRASKACITIES BRASKACITIESr BRASKACITIESRepublicans CITIES CITIESRepublicans CITIESr
r 4 4Republicans
Republicans However Howe er Crefc q t Slightly Slightlythe
the Better of the Fight FigptLincoln FigptLincolnGives FightLincoinGives Lincoln LincolnGives
Gives a Republican R pub ican Majority 1rrajorityLight 2ajotityIght Majorityi
i light Vote Was Polled in in Chicago ChicagoResults ChicagoBesuitsin j jResults
Results Besuitsin in Other States S 1tes j jSL
I ISt
4 4St I II
St Louis Mo April S 3lIunicipall 3lIunicipallelections 8Municipal Municipal Municipalelections I Ielections
elections were held h ld today In many manytowns manyto113 manytowns
towns in Missouri MlsEOuriThe The results where whereparty whereparty whereparty
party lines were drawn Were Itre on the thewhole thewhole th thwhole
whole favorable to the Dainocrats Dpul crats The TheRepublicans TheRepubUcans TheRepublicans
Republicans made their gains chiefly chieflyat
at Sedalia and ar St Joe JoeThe JoeThe JoeThe
The Democrats elected a a straight straightticket straightI straightticket
ticket in Springfield for the tbeflr first time timeMaryville timeMaryvllle timeMaryville
I Maryville turned a a Republican majority majorityinto majorityinto majorityinto
into a Democratic majority of 300 Ful Fulton Fulton Fulton ¬
ton Joplin and other places laces were ere swept sweptby sweptby sweptby
by the Democrats Party lines how however howeyer bowever ¬
ever were no nOtstrict striotjy y drawn in many manyplaces man manplaces manyplaces
places No election elecUoniwas washeld held in St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis LouisThe LouisThe LouisThe
The Democrats scored s ored a a victory in inKansas inKansas InKansas
Kansas City electing James A Reed Reedmayor Reedmayor Reedmayor
mayor by a 3 majority maJor f1 of at least least1 1000 1000over 1000oVer OO OOover
over P Sherry Bfowv Bro BIW jr Republican RepublicanThe
The entire Democratie DemOcrn c ticket with the theexception theexception theexception
exception of a few wieicbsrs tl nhers of the thelower th thlower thelower
lower house of the thoit1 cityj city council cftil Jl is iselected i ielected Iselected
elected The presentcitygovernment presentcitygovernmentis precentcit1 prent cit1 fiOv yernm rnmnt rnmntis Ilt Iltis
is Republican Jones RepO Pep for may
LOOKING fOR fORl
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t tBritish
British Fear the Next Moye Moyeof Moyeoftlie
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of oftlie the Boers BoersEMECT EoersEFFECT BoersE1FE
EFFECT E1FE Y2 OF DISASTER DISASTERIN i iIN
IN rID Pll HEFBEESTA FREE STATE STATEImpossible STATEImpossible E ET EImpossible
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Impossible to Afford Protection Protectionto
to the Loyalists LoyalistsCensorship Loy lists listsCensorship
4 4Censorship
Censorship Extremely Extr ely Severe and andGeneral andGeneral andGeneral
General Belief That Thatlmportant Important De Developments Developments Deveiopments ¬
velopments Are Impending ImpendingLoss ImpendingLossof toss tossof
of English Officers at the Bloem Bloemfontein Bloeinfontein Bloemfontein
fontein WaterworksReport Waterworks Report That Thatthe Thatthe Thatthe
the Boers Were Commanded By ByCaptain ByCaptain ByCaptain
Captain Reichman of the U S A ALondon At ALondon
4 4London t
London April 4 640 a m mN No news newshas neWshas newshas
has yet been received of the th expected expectedbattle expectedbattIe expectedbattle
battle between General GeneralFrench French and the theBoers theBoers theBeers
Boers There is now but a remote pros prospeot prospect prospeot
peot o5the recapture of the guns This Thishowever Thishowever Thishowever
however is regarded asquite trifling triflingcompared tri triflingcompared ing ingcompared
compared with the political effects of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the disaster disasterAs
As the Bloemfontein correspondent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Times remarks Commandant Oli Olivlerg OIiJers 011viers
vlerg strategy strate in repccupying r > uPYing Lady Ladybrand Lad Ladbrand Ladybrand
brand and Thaba NChu was bold and andeven andeyen andevenbriliiant
even evenbriliiant brilliant Mostof Most of his force is iscomposed iscomposed iscomposed
composed of Free Free Staters Sta1e and the ad
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + tttt + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
t NOWFOR NOW FOR PEACE PEA E i AND 01 N D PROSPERITY PROSPERITY 0 + I
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majority of nine the final vote being being1forty
forty to thiftyone tht tvone Only committee committeeamendments c cbmmitteeamendpj Inmitteeamendments
amendments were adopted adoptedIt
It has been evident for some time timethat timethat timethat
that the th bill would command a major majorin
ity in the senate but notwithstanding
the fact the interest in the measure
both of senators and the public has not
flagged an instan instanToday InstanToday InstanToday
Today the galleries were crowded crowdedand crowdedand crowdedand
and hundreds of people filled the cor corridors corridors corriders ¬
ridors unable to even secure standing standlnroom
room In the galleries From 11 oclock oclockwhen oclockwhen oclockwhen
when the senate converted c until tho
hour when the voting began advocates advocatesand a advocatesand ocates ocatesaItd
and opponents of the bill brilliantly
and eloquently maintained their con convictions conYictions convictions ¬
victions and the auditors were kept
in a state of constant excitement
The particularly notable speeches s hes of
the day were delivered by Mr Mason
Ill in opposition to the measure and
by Mr Foraker of Ohio who replied
to a a brief speech by Mr Wellington of
Maryland It was the Ohio senators
desire to clear cle r up any misunderstand ¬
ing or misinformation concerning the
bill
Masons Telling Speech SpeechMr
Mr Masons speech sJ > ech was argumenta argumentative ¬
tive eloquent and amusing by turns turnsand turnsand turnsand
and as It covered the entire range of
the countrys duties and responsibili r onsibi1i ¬
ties to what the Illinois senator sarcas ¬
tically ticall termed Sour our insular posses possessions possesslons possessloan ¬
sloan it was very ver interesting to his
hearers hearersJust heare liearerJust = s sJu
Just Ju t before
the senate adjourned a asensational asensational asensational
sensational episode occurred in which whichrolcott
Mr Wolcott Colo Cob accused Mr lr Lodge Lodgeof
of Massachusetts of uttering that thatwhich thatI thatwhich
which was as unqualifiedly false The
difficulty arose a e over an effort made madefcy mn madeby e eby
I by Mr Lodge to have the Spooner Spoon r bill billmade bil1made billmade
made the unfinished business This in involved involved involved ¬
volved the displacement of the Quay Quaycase Quaycase Quaycase
case and the friends of the former sen senator senator sonator ¬
ator from Pennsylvania made things thingsexceedingly thingsexceedJngly thingsexceedingly
exceedingly lively for half an hour hourAfter hourAfter hourAfter
After some minor business had been beentransacted beentransacted beentransacted
transacted Mr Mason Ill addressed addressedthe
I the senate His speech was not con confined confined confined ¬
fined to the Porto Rican measure but butIncluded butincluded butincluded
Included in its s ScOJC ope all the problems problemsattendant problemsattandant problemsattendant
attendant upon the control and gov government government government ¬
ernment of our insular possessions He Hespoke HefiPOke Hespoke
spoke In favor of the resolution of Mr MrWellington lIrWe1Ungton MrWellington
Wellington which offers independence independenceproposed independenceto
t to the Filipinos and agaInst the bill bil1proposed
I proposed by Mr Spooner Wis con conferring conferring conferring ¬
ferring authority authorit upon the president to togovern togovern togovern
govern the Philippines until congress congressshould congressshould congressshould
should otherwise direct Incidentally IncidentaIlhe
he opposed the tariff proposed to be beplaced beplaced beplaced
placed on Porto Rican products productsNo
No Title to Philippines PhilippinesHe
He was opposed op d to holding the Philip Philippines Ph1Ilppines Phuilppines ¬
pines becauss becau under the law of na nahave nations
I tlons we have no title and never can canhave canhave
have complete title except cept by conquest conquestof
of the Inhibltants InhibltantsI
I do not wish ish the 9000000 Filipinos Filipinosfor
for citizens I do not wish them for forslaves forsIaves forslaves
slaves If wei govern them they must musteither musteIther musteither
either be citizens or serfs Whether Whetherthey wqetherthey Wltstherthey
they labor as our citizens and equals equalsbefore equalsbefore
before the law la or r whether hether they labor laborContinued JaborContln laborContinued
Continued Contln ed on n Page 2
ago or had a majority of 1434 two years yearsago yearsago I
LICENSE THE THE ISSUE ISSUERepublicans ISSUERepublicans ISSUERepublicans
I
Republicans However Show Gains GainsIn GainsIn
In Nebraska NebraskaOmaha NebraskaOmaha NebraskaOmaha I
Omaha Neb April 3 3City City and vil village village viilage ¬
lage elections were held throughout throughoutNebraska throughoutNebraska i iNebraska
Nebraska today with the exception of ofOmaha ofOmaha i iOmah
Omaha The main issue in most of the thesmaller thesmaller i
smaller places was license and the re results resultsare recults ¬
cults sultsare are mixed the greater number of oftowns oftowns oftowns
towns apparently being beiD favorable to tolicensing tolicensing tolicensing
licensing the traffic for another year yearWhile yearWhile yearWhile
While party politics cut little figure in inthe inthe inthe
the smaller towns yet Republican gains gainsare gainsare gainsare
are noticeable all over the state stateSouth stateSouth stateSouth
South Omaha for the first time in its itshistory itshistory i
history histoJ elects a Republican mayor A AR AB I
R Kelly Kell being the successful succes > sful candi candidate candiate candldate ¬
date ate by 300 plurality The Republicans Republicansalso Js Jsalso
also elect the treasurer three council councilmen councilmen councilmen
men and three out of the four arhool arhoolboard Ehoolboard sohoolboard
board Last year E B Ensor Dem Demwaa Demwas Demwas
was elected mayor by 1200 majority
Lincoln gives the largest Republican Republicanmajority Republicanmajority Republicanmajority
majority for years and makes a clean cleansweep cleansweep clearssweep
sweep on the local ticket Crete for foryears foryears foryears
years Democratic gives a Republican Republicanmajority Republicanmajority Republicanmajority
majority ONeill and Ashland are also alsoRepublican alsoRepublican alsoRepublican
Republican Up to midnight few fe of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the smaller places have reported any an anDemocratic
Democratic or fusion gains gainsLIGHT gainsLIGHT gainsLIGHT
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LIGHT VOTE IN CHICAGO CHICAGORepublicans CmCAGORepublicans CICAGORepublicans
Republicans Get G t Majority of the theThirtyfive theThirtyfive theThirtyfive
Thirtyfive Aldermen AldermenChicago AldermenCbicago AldermenChicago
Chicago April 3 3A A very light vote votewas votewas votewas
was cast at the city election today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The contests were chiefly aldermanic aldermanicalthough aldermanicalthou aldermanicalthough
although althou h in each of the various town townships tovnships townships ¬
ships an assessor collector supervisor supervisorand Upervlsorand
and clerk were chosen The chief in interest interest interest ¬
terest centered in the aldermanic alderIT anlc vote voteThirtyfive voteThirtyfive voteThirtyfive
Thirtyfive of these officials were werechosen werechosen werechosen
chosen the Republicans securing nine nineteen ninet nineteen ¬
teen t n and the Democrats sixteen The Thenew Thene Thenew
new ne council will contain forty Re Republicans Republicans Repubilcans ¬
publicans and twentynine Democrats DemocratsIn
In I the elections for town officers the theRepublicans theRepublicans theRepublicans
Republicans carried the Southtown Southtowntown Southtowntown Southtowntown
town of Hyde Park and town Of r Lake Lakeview Lakeyie Lakeview
view yie while the Democrats carried the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north and the west towns and the town townof tonof townof
of Lake In the townships outside of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city limits the Republicans as asusual asusual asusual
usual made a clean sweep sweepOne sweepOne sweepOne
One phase of the election over overwhich mrerwhlcb overwhich
which much bitterness manifested was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the fight made by the Municipal MunicipalVoters MunlclpaJVoters MunicipalVoters
Voters league J ague against what the league leaguedenominated leaguedenominated leaguedenominated
denominated gangsters and grafters graftersThe grafterThe graftersThe
The league endorsed or repudiated men menregardless menregardless menregardless
regardless of party part some times t1m endors endorsing endorsing endorsing ¬
ing as a fit man for office every candi candidate candidate candidate ¬
date in e ward and some times repudi repudiating repudiating repudiating ¬
ating every candidate candidateIt
It endorsed In ail thirtynine alder aidermanic aldermanic aldermanic
manic candidates and repudiated repudiatedtwentyone repudiatedtwentyone repudiatedtwentyone
twentyone Of the thirtynine en endorsed endorsed endomed ¬
dorsed nineteen ninet enwere were elected and of ofthe ofthe
the twentyone repudiated twelve were wereelected wereelected ere ereelected
elected In fifteen wards there t ere were wereContinued wereContlIiued wereContinued
Continued on on Page 2
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+ + 4 + + 4 + + + + + 144 + + 4 4vantage + +
vantage gained by them will wUlhae have a amost amost amost
most disturbing effect on the mind of ofthe
the Free State population populationThe
The impossibility of effecting com complete cornplete ¬
plete protection for the moment to all allfarmers allfarmers allfarmers
farmers in the south and southeast sec sections sections seetions ¬
tions of the Free State is recognized at atBloemfontein atBloemfontein atBioernfontein
Bloemfontein Men who surrendered surrenderedunder surrenderedunder surrenderedunder
under the proclamation of Lord Rob Roberts Roberts Roberts ¬
erts are now being punished for the re reliance reliance ¬
liance they placed in the ability of the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British to protect them As the cor correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent further remarked This is isa ishard isa
a hard fate and every possible effort effortwill effortwill
I will be made to help them but consid consideration COIl5idi consideration ¬
i eration for the sufferings of repentant repentantbelligerents repentantI repentantbelligerents
I belligerents at the hands of their fel fellow
low countrymen cannot be suffered to toj toprejudice
j prejudice the military plans of Iord IordRoberts LordRoberts IordRoberts
Roberts RobertsThe
I The Daily Telegraph which takes a amore aI amore
I more humane view Yie says It is S just justas justas justas
as important to protect those burghers burgherswho burgherswho
I who have trusted in our power and sur surrendered surI surrendered ¬
I rendered all means of defending dei nding them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves as it is to win victories against againstthose aE8instthose arainstthose
those who are still in arms armsBrilliant armsBrilliant armsBrIlliant
Brilliant Success Needed NeededThe NeededThe NeededThe
The Daily Chronicle whose Cape CapeTown CapeTown CapeTown
Town correspondent joyfully jo fuUy predict predicted ¬
ed that the war would be over in three threemonths threemonths threemonths
months says In order to reestab reestablish leestabUsh reestablish ¬
lish our position in the Free State we weneed weneed weneed
need a brilliant success won on the thescene thescene thescene
scene of our latest reverse reverseIt
It is announced from Springfontein Springfonteinthat
that the censorship has again cur curtailed curtailed curtailed ¬
tailed the dispatches Therefore im important important important ¬
portant development must be im impending impending impending ¬
pending The British public is reluc reluctantto reluctant reluctant ¬
tantto tant to believe that an American led ledthe ledthe ledthe
the oBer forces which atatcked the theconvoy theconvoy theconvoy
convoy The Daily Chronicle says saysReichman sasReichman saysReichmars
Reichman may be like some other otherAmericans otherAmerIcangin otherAmericansin
Americans in sympathy with 1th the theBoers theBoers theBeers
Boers He may even have unofficially unofficiallyadvised uJl unofficiallyadsised fflcially fflciallyadi
advised adi the Boer commandant al although alUtoughthls although ¬
though Utoughthls this would have been exceed exceedingly exceedingl eLweedingly ¬
ingly ingl improper but we cannot think thinkhe thinkhe thinlche
he would take the command without withoutpreviously withoutprmousl withoutpreviously
previously resigning his American com commission commission cornmission ¬
mission missionAn missionAn missionAn
An official list of the casualties sun sustained suntamed JS JStained ¬
tained by b the Britioh officer near the theBloemfontein theBJoemfo theBloemfontein
Bloemfontein BJoemfo tein waterworks is as fol follows folJows follows ¬
lows lowsKilled JowsKiUed lowsKilled
Killed Northumberland Fusiliers FusiliersSJajor Ft1slJienltajor FusiliersMajor
Major Booth Roberts Horse Ho HorseLieu HorseLieutesnt eLIeu eLIeutenant Lieu Lieutenant ¬
tenant Crawler Army Medical Service ServiceLieutenant Se1IceLieutenant ServiceLieutenant
Lieutenant Irvine IrvineWounded IndneWounded IrvineWounded
Wounded Artillery ArtilleryColonel Colonel Rocher Rocherfod ROCherfod Rocherfed
fod and five others Royal Horse HorseGuards HorseGuardsLletitenant HorseGuardsLieutenant
Guards GuardsLletitenant Lieutenant Ths Th Hon A V VMeade VMeade VMeade
Meade Roberts Horse Three ThreeMounted ThreeMounted ThreeMounted
Mounted Infantry InfantriFour InfantriFourMissing Four FourMissing FourMissing
Missing Artillery ArtlI1eryCaptain Captain Wray WrayTenth Wm WmTenth WrayTenth
Tenth Hussars HussarsLieutenants Lieutenants The Horn HornD Honp HortD
D R H AndersonPelham and C W WH WJi WH
H Crichton CrichtonWAS CrichtonWAS
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WAS AS IT CAPTAIN CAITAINREICIDIANP CAITAINREICIDIANPSpeculation CAPAIREICTANSpeculation REICHMANP REICHMANPSpeculation
Speculation as to the American Offi Officer Officer Officer ¬
cer With Boer Army Armyiew ArmyNew ArmyNew
New York April 3 3The The Journal and andAdvertiser andAdvertiser andAdvertiser
Advertiser assumes assumes that the American AmericanI AmerIcannamed
I named n med Reichman said to have been in ini inmman incornthand
i command mman of the Boers at Bushmans Bushni ns
ADMIRAL DEWEY ENTERS ENTERSTHE ENTERSTHE
THE PRESIDENTIAL RACE RRCEAutliorizcs i i
n nI I
1 1i i
Authorizts His Name to Be Placed Beforerthe BefortlieAniericall o
merican People As a Candidate CaililldateSays i l t tI
I t
Says Office Is Not a Difficult One to Fill and HeCait He CantDo tIt Its > I iH iHHe I IHe
He Thinks Acceptably i P I
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Speciai Special to The HeraldO HeraldOWashington Herald HeraldWashfngto HeraldWathtagton
Washington April 3 3ADewey A Dewey boom boomwill boomwiU boomwill
will be launched tomorrow probably probablyIt
It was carefully prepared and equip equipped equipped j jped
ped today tOd A Brooklyn newspaper newspaperprinted neWspaperprinted newspaperprinted
printed an editorial yesterday suggest suggesting suggestIng suggestlag ¬
ing the admiral for the presidency presidencywhile presider presiderwhne presideneywhileat
while whileat at t the same time expressing some somecritical somecritical somecritical
critical comments A reporter for the thepaper thepaper thepaper
paper in question was sent with the theeditorial theeditorial theeditorial
editorial to the admiral admiralwho who it is said saidresented midresented saidresented
resented some of the criticisms criticismsMrs criticismsMrs criticismsMrs
Mrs Dewey was present at atJothe the in interview interview interview ¬
terview and joined In the conversation conversationThe
The reporter was yas convinced from Mrs MrsDeweys MrsDeweys MrsDeweys
Deweys monn manner r and remarks r marks that the theadmiral theadmiral theadmiral
admiral would like a presidential nom nomination nomInutlon nomInution ¬
ination inationAs InutlonAs InutionAs
As a result r su1t articles were written in invarious invarious invarious
various newspaper n wsPIIPer bureaus today an announcing1 announcing ¬
nouncing that Admiral Dewey has haschanged haschanged haschanged
changed his mind about the presidency presidencythat presidencthat presidencythat
that while some months ago he said he hewould hewould hewould
would rather toe the admiral of the thenavy thenav thesavy
navy nav than president pr sident and he is not notfitted notfitted notfitted
fitted by training for a political posi position position posttion ¬
tion now he has changed his hi mind mindthat mindthat mindthat
that he intends to remain in the public publiceye publicee publIceye
eye as much as possible ire the next nextfew nextfew nextfew
few months and will ill favorably con consider consider conSider ¬
sider any an offers of the presidential presidentialnomination presidentialnomination presidentialnomination
nomination nominationNew nominationNew
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New York YorkAprU April 3 3A A special ial to the theWorld theWorld
World from Washington says Ad Admiral Admiral Admiral ¬ I
miral Dewey Dewe authorized the World to J
T Tartermnturere
announce announ eto to the Anreri America Dl peapte4hat peapte4hatafter < i =
after artermnturere mature reflections ectiom and nd tej ressMwwe ressMwweto reeeeto f ftothe
to tothe the earnest entreatie from all l par parof parts partsof rtIt i r ror
of the country countrJbis Ms former decision not notuntiter f I Iunter i iunder
under any circumstances not to ru rufor ruB runfor i ifor
for the presidency is rescladd resciDd d A AWorld AWorld AWorhi
World correspondent saw the admiral admiralat
at his home at 6 oclock last erentne erentneAdmiral eesx eesxAdmIral eDlng eDlngAdmiral
Admiral Dewey said saidI
I reHze re lize that the time > has arrived arrivedwiiert arrivedf1ep rrivedwe4
wiiert we4 f1ep I must definitely definemy de delne ne my po position posiUon pe pesItion ¬
sition When I arrived arr1 in this country eouwtrylast countrylast 1 1last
last September I said uid then that noth nothing sethlag ¬ jL jLiug
lag would induce me to be a candidate candidatefor Ii I Ifor
for the presidency Since then t how however however however ¬
ever I have hvehnd had the leisure and ad in inclination inclination ¬ t tcUnation
clination to study the matter and Dd have havereached 4 4reached j jreached
reached a different conclusion conclu lon iDS inasmuch 1insmuch ¬ r rmuch
much as so nxu many y assurances heve havecome hevecome hevecome
come to me from my countrymen that thatI
I would be acceptable as a a candidate candidatefor
for this great gr t office If the American Americanpeople Americanpeople t tpeople
people want me for this high office I Ishall Ishall Ishall
shall be only too willing wIllh to serve servethem servetheDL nervethem
them themIt theDLIt themIt
It is the highest honor in the S gift gifttis5 t of ofthis uttbis
this nation what citizen would refuse refuseit
it Since studying this subject I am amconvinced aimconvinced i iconvinced
convinced that the office of the presi president pre precident l ¬ i ident
dent is not such a very difficult one to tofill tofUl tofill
fill his duties being mainly to execute executethe ec executethe Cute Cutethe
the laws of congress congre s Should I be cho chosen chosen chosec ¬
sen for this exalted position po Ition I would wouldexecute wouldexecute wouidexecute
execute the laws of congress as t faithfully faith faithfully > aithfully ¬
fully as I have always executed execst the or orders Q Qders otiers ¬
ders of my superiors superiorsAdmiral superiorsAdmiral superiorsAdmiral
Admiral Dewey Dewe did not state which whichpartys whlohpartS whiclspartys
partys nomination he would tae The Thereporter ThenJPOrter Thercporter
reporter asked askedOn aSkedOn akedOn
On what ptetform will you standi standiand sta stdtand dJ dJand
and the admiral replied repU I tfelnk I Ihave rhave Ihave
have said enough at thte thf6time time anfip anfipsibly anfpostbly andposibly
sibly too much
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HARD WO1K IS ThLIJNG ThLIJNGONCOLWLUAfrIJ
WORO OlE l fAMJU
ONCOLWLUAfrIJ BRYAN Y N 1
Tacoma Wash April S 3Colonel Colonel Wil William WIlI Wil1am ¬
liam I tm J Bryan B an made three speeches today todayone J Jone fone
one at Olyrapia In the morning and two twoher twohere twohere
her here In the afternoon he addressed addressedz000
8000 people in the new wigwam and in inthe Intha inthe
the evening the building with ith a Capacity Capacityof
of lOWftf 19 was wastued taxed He leaves tonight tonightHop toBIstltI tonightKp I
1
Hop K p ambush was Captain Carl Reich Reichman Bchman
man U S A The Journal JournalandAdver JournalandAdverUser andvAdver andvAdvertiser andAdverrIser
User says saysCaptain 3asCaptain saysCaptain
Captain Reichman was detached detachedfrom detachedfrom detachedfront
from command of a a company com 8ny of the theSeventeenth iheSeventeenth he heSeventeenth
Seventeenth infantry when ordered to toSouth toSouth toSouth
South Africa on Jan 5 He was sent sentto sentto sentto
to the Cape to report on all military militaryoperations militaryoperations militaryoperations
operations and is virtually a United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States representative He reached the thefront thefront thefront
front about four weeks agoand ago and like likethe likethe likethe
the French and German attaches is isbelieved isbelieed isbelieved
believed to be helping hel > ing the Boer forces forcesin forcesin
in whatever way wa he can canWashington canWashington
Washington April 3 3War War depart department deprtmeat ¬
ment officials do not believe the story storythat storythat
that comes from South Africa that thatCaptain thatCaPtain thatCaptain
Captain Carl Reichman Seventeenth Seventeenthinfantry Seventeenthinfantry Seventeenthinfantry
infantry was one of the leaders of the theBoers theBoors
Boers at the last fight between the theBoere thefloess
Boers andthe andl the English at the Bloem Bloemfontein ¬
fonten waterworks Adjutant General GeneralCorbin GeneralCorbin
Corbin would not even discuss the pos possibility
sibility of the story being true Reich Reichmans
mans brother officers men who know knowhim kno knohim knowhim
him well say it is very probable that thatpoint thatReichman thatReichmaxt
Reichman occupied some conspicuous conspieuousi conspicuouspoint
i point of vantage from f m which to view viewthe vie vieI viewthe
the fight and his discovery in uniform uniformby uniformby uniformby
I by the British was the basis for the thesupposition theI thesupposition
supposition that he was one of the theBoer theBoer theBeer
Boer leaders leadersReichman leadersReichman leadersReichman
I Reichman was selected by General GeneralMiles General10llJes GeneralMiles
Miles personally to accompany the theBoer theBoer theBoor
Boer forces during the war ar as an ob observer obI observer ¬
server for the United States army arm The Thearmy Thearmy Thearmy
I
army was already represented on the theI theBritish
I I British side by bo Captain Slocum and andI andin
I in the interest of military science it was wasI wasdeemed
I deemed essential that an accurate ac acI account
j count should be had of the Boer method methodI
I j I of warfare in order that conclusions conclusionsmight conclusionsmight conclusionsmight
might be drawn that would beuseful to toi tothe
i the United States army armyReichman armyI
I Reichman ranks ranl high as a scientific scientificsoldier Sientificsoldier scientificsoldier
soldier having been detailed with suc success Suc SucI ic iccess ¬
I cess to observe the grand maneuvers maneuversof
of the German army as a representa representajl representative
jl j tive of the United States army His Hiscolleagues Hiscolleagues
i colleagues in Washington declare d e that thatthe thatI thatthe
the officer has too much common sense senseto senseto senseto
to be led into a violation of his orders ordersin
I in the manner manner described for if he ac actually netually c ctualb ¬
tually threw his lot with 1th the th Boers in inattacking inI inattacking
I attacking the British he violated Yiol ted the therules therules therules
rules of war and committed a very verygrave verygrave ery erygrJxe
grave offense under the army regula regulations regulations regulations ¬
tions tionsTRIUMPH tionsTRIUMPR
03 0 0TRIU1LPH
TRIUMPH FOEDEMOCBATS FOEDEMOCBATSEntire FOR DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATSEntire
Entire City Ticket Elected at Mil Milwaukee 1rIilwaukeeIn HilwaukeeIn ¬
waukee waukeeIn In Other Towns TownsMilwaukee TownsIiIwaukee TownsMilwaukee
Milwaukee WIs April 3 3Mayor Mayor David DavidS
S S Rose Democrat triumphed at the mu municipal municipa1 municinal ¬
nicipal election in this city today and car carried carried earned ¬
ried the rest of the city ticket with him hJmHe himHe dmHe
He wil have a plurality of at least 5008 5008William i 5000William 09 09I
I William Bollowa and John R Wolf were werereelected werereelected werereelected
reelected treasurerand treasurer and comptroller re respectively reO reOspectlely respectively ¬
spectively spectivelyThe
The result of municipal elections electionsthroughout electionsthrou electionsthroughout
throughout throu hOit Wisconsin outside of Mil Milwaukee Muwaukee lU lUwaukee ¬
waukee show that thatwhere where Republicans theRepublicansand the Republicansand
and Democrats placed party tickets hi hithe Inthe Jnthe
the field the Republicans gained the thegreater theJrenter thegreater
greater number of victories victoriesResult victoriesResult victorlesResult
Result at Colorado Springs SpringsColorado SpringsColorado SpringsColorado
Colorado Springs CotoApril Cole April 3 JThe JTheentire 3Theentire The Theentire
entire Republican RepubU ticket tl ket was elected e1e ted here heretoday heretoda heretoday
today toda except marshal marsh l by b majorities m rftiS thatran that thatranse thatrange
range ran e from 480 to 1000 Republicans elect electfive eleetfve electflye
five out of six aldermen aldermenAt aldermenAt aldermenAt
At Houston Tex TexHouston TexHouston TaxHouston
Houston Tex April 3 3Returns Returns from fromyesterdays fromesterda fromyesterdays
yesterdays esterda s election show S H Brad Bradshear Bradshear Bradshear
shear Democrat was reelected mayor mayorwith mayorwith mayorwith
with the administration ticket successful successfulsave su successfulsave cessful cessfulFave
save in one case Municipal elections were wereheld wereheld wereheld
held throughout the state today the is issues issues Issues ¬
sues being local At Laredo Michael MichaelBrennap llIchaelBrenn MichaelBrennas
Brenn Brennap head of the Republican ticketwas ticket ticketwas ticketwas
was elected city marshal by b a small ma majorits majorit majority
jorits while the balance of the ticket was wascarried wascarrlod wascarried
carried by the reform or Democratic Democraticticket Democratlcticket Democraticticket
ticket
0 0Carnegie
Carnegie in Florida HoridaFerhandiha FloridaFeman FloridaFerhandiria
Ferhandiha Feman IiJaFhL Flit April 3 3Andrew 3AndrewCarn Andrew AndrewCarnegie AndrewCarnegie
Carnegie Carn giearrivecl arrived here h r Sunday and is isvisiting isVisitingr isvisiting
visiting relatives at Dungeness It is isstated Isstated isstated
stated his visit is for rest and recuper recuperation recuperation ¬
1 ation
for Oregon OregonColonel Ore OregonColonel on onColonel
Colonel Bryan is almost worn out by 0
his recent canvass of the state Wheor Wheorseen Wb Wbseen Whei Wheiseen
seen at the conclusion of Wa h sfteeeh eeh taK taKnight to tonight tonight
night he could hardly artfesmte artteId I IL IDs Hiatheme IDslBeine Hi Hithene
theme throughout the att dtMe baebeenanI baebeenanIexpansion fcaa been b en antf antfexpansion an anexpansiDet
expansion antitrusts a brIm brImto latecswe latecsweto r fe etMe i
to silver and a plea for the income btce le tax taxATTOENET tciiIipii
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ATTORNEY BIRNEY FOR 3EHIEO 3EHIEOBJTAUSTS MHfOItIALISTS MBORIALISTS
BJTAUSTS BE BEGINS < H3FS SP SEImGE SEImGEGroundsUpon SPGKGroundsUpon OH OHGrounds
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the Montana Senators SeatlSe SeatlSeDeclared Seat BeDeclared Be I
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Declared Vacant VacantWashington VacantWashtagton fif fifJ
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Washington April 3 Argument 1 t inthe in inthe Inthe
the case of o Senator Clark ot o Montana Montanawas j f
was begun by counsel for theoeao theoeaorialists tIIe then thenrialists t tIialists
rialists today before the senate com committee enesmittee ¬ t t
mittee on onprlvfleges privileges and elections elecUo Ar Arthur Arthur ¬ t
thur A Birney counsel for the mem memorialists memorialists memoriailsts ¬
orialists was the first speaker speak r He be began begsa ¬ 1 1gaIl
gaIl by laying dpwn the conclusions c of
law upon which hJeh the themeDioriali memorialists t rest resttheir resttheir jt
I their case but said no effort eff rt would be bemade bemade i J t
made to make much of these because becauseI becausethey j il
I the they considered that their case was wastoo wastoo
I too strong to rest it upon any mere meretechnicality l ltechnicality
technicality The facts were were strong i
Birney contended cont > nded that Clark Cl Ctarkhad rk had be become become > ¬ l
come a candidate as early as August August1S98 August1s8 ugus
1S98 and had determined to go to the thesenate Uf t
senate regardless of all considerations considerationsof 1
of virtue and morality While claim ¬ ft >
ing the necessity of wresting control controlof f <
of state affairs fropi Daly Dal y r Clark CIa rk when whenon r
I on the witness stand had been entirely j s
unable to state any case C5 in which tie tiepower tepower t
power had been exercised ex i bJ the theposition op ¬ i
state stateBirney stte position posito to t the best b interests Jt of the thestate t thestate J J
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Birney Birey commented commete at length lt on O i
Clarks testimony tetiny coo cteDinat coctendizijiat tending that the t
senator snator had put himself hiIf in a a most mst un ¬
enviable enYibe position pton Mr M Birney Bire had 1 not i I
concluded coluded when the te committee coit at 1 f r
10CI oclock adjourned adjorne < until untl Thursday ThursdayWEBSTER ThursdayWEBSTER t tVEBSTER f
WEBSTER DAVIS IS OUT OUTHis t tHis
His Resignation Reigton Prom Pm the Infasior InfasiorDepartment Iteor ThtesiorDepartment rl H i
Department Depaet Is I Accepted AcceptedWashington Accp < I t j
Washington Wahingn April Apri 3 3The 3The The resignation resignationof o it
of Mr Webster
Wester Davis Dvis assistant aisnt secretary secretaryoreaident s I
of th the interr interior wa was aecete thdsy by tj t
aee t
Secr Secretar tr H1ch Hitchcocl cocJ by dlret directjoi of the tf ff
oreaident Dre < Jdent The resignation reistn it is under undersecretary th ¬
st stood was sent directjy to the J president uc
b ha lIr Mr Davis but dtrecty ws was referred t pet to the it
secretary seretr of the interior refee to be accepted t t i
by him in the te regular re lar course cour ae 1 i
Secretary
Hitchcock
Seretry HitehcO declined to
aay ay
del
anything anyhinl In II regard r rd to the matter as sy the r S
th
statements sttements made md by Mr mate Davis Dv covered a t f t
the case c The secretary sretr refused rf to cver make makej
nubile the text of thE the lete letter of resigna k
j tion ton or that of the acceptance aceptnc of rn it itTHE it itTH itTHEHERIj
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