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Ptkln dated date March March 6 6Inquiry I
Inquiry Inqir concerning concrnng coneerntn the report reort of Bm Bmppror Empfror m mpror
ppror pfror Kwans Kin Sus return retur elcke ellcMed assur assurances ar aranes ¬
ances anes Trom frm Chinese Chnee officials omclos that he had i
not 12t t the e remotest remoet intention Intenton of leaving leving San Sanj
1 1 u whIli i11 hiI the th nrosent situation continued
ad and nd j that if 1 Z the 1e pr0n Jtwer powers situaton persisted perste ctnued in for ¬
tifying tHYin ttty1n the me legation leton quarter It was wa ox ¬
tremely tcTely probable prbf that quaer the court curt would
nrver JlIpr J vr return to okln
TPbe The T Chinese Clne f1n appeal regarding rearding the lat ¬
tel tpt question qUtton pclntw llnl cln atp out that If 1 forts are areconstructed ae areUflflatrljCt4
constructed onttncte five of the six chiefs chies of
boards namely nAely war wa warS rites rie civil appoint ¬
IPp Jnt
ments mna civil civi works and an revenue renue will wil be beswept
swept 8Wfpt away ay as a well as ac one on of the most mostwacred mot motcre
sacred cre temple tempte In the te empire containing cntaIning
the ancettrrJ anctl tablets tblet of the present dy ¬
nasty na ty
The iiilnistjrct laln8 imator r of ofthe the power powen are till tillLI 11 1l1
difu dUCUH4dDg lng tis g Ippel ILppeal Qd kind th the quion quionnl qewtioit qewtioitor I
nl or deee defozos but 1IaI hy alvt arrive4 at no de decision
cision owing to t thedivergonco ilvgenc of vIews vIewsL1G views viewsLX
CGs AA AA1tk
1tk Irlakos akog Proposition roposit n to t Von WaideruceOAii Waldersee Walderseeof
of dJ OAii Ajlicd icd d Forces ForcesPekin Fore
Pekin Pfkn March MArch 5 iGeneral General Yin Tschlhg Tsclhg
Yin Sang S1g by order of Li Hung wrote wroteto wroteto Wroteto
to Count Von Walderseo Waderee making the fol following ol ollowing oilowing ¬
lowing requests reuet If 1 It be beposible pwwlble there therel threlt therebe
l lt be > e no more mor expeditions Give Give permis permission penlf ¬
sion ion to the he Chinese Chinee troops to remain remainpout renalr remainwithin
wihin within te ten mle miles of tha thealtI troop I 8 for th the pur
pout J p ft of preventing pr Jng Boxers MoxeI and robbers robbersUtreit robbersVI robbersDireet
VI Utreit reet the allied aUe troops trps while wie searching
for and punishing pun1lng robbers rbbers and Boxers Boxer to toa toak I
a n ak k assistance as1ltnce of th the < tSiinese Chlnee iinese officials officialsPrevent ufcals ufcalsPrevet
Prevent Prevet n mlv Ub iva Christians Chrlltas from tom rorn making makingextortionate mang mangextortonte makingextortionate
extortionate extortonte claims em which the h mission missionaries mlsllon mlsllonarles missionarise ¬
aries often oren b hlp help lp to enforce enforceTo enforeeTo enforceTo
To this thl communication cmmuncaton Count Coun Von
iWaderaee lWaM8e Kent xt the following tolowIng The Te head headBarters hed hedInarers headiiarters
Barters staff of the allied
Inarers st alied army any cannot cannotenter canot canotenter cannotenter
enter iiKo h1o an agreement almeht to t undertake undertke no nomore nomor nomore
more mor expeditions but must mus reserve ree the theright theght theright
right ght to act ac aocordincr apordln to cimcumstances cimcumstancesIf cImcumstce
If I f no general genrl conditions political poUtcal or orotherwise ortherl ortherwi
otherwise therl therwi f is arise ar like lke the appearance of ofi orhnds ofbnds
jnds i > of robbers rbbers or the th behavior bebvlor nppamnce of the tiheIhinetib tbehlne theI
I Ihinetib hlne h1nee regular r 1 troops trooP that would neces necesitwte nec necj neceaMitate
itwte j tHt expeditions eIJIUoa Count Von Waldersee WalderseeU Yalderee
1 U inclined intJlne to t agree Mre to thr t1 th request reuot of LI Ltllurg LIUur LiIlurg
llurg Uur Chang Chanr to have no moro expedi expeditl expel expelU
U IM i
4 The IMThe he local loc authorities autorte will wU be asked to toascertain toacertn toacertatn
ascertain acertn the guilty git so far fa as a possible possibleIndemnities p0lhle possibleIndemnities
Indemnities to native Christians
Indmnlde nlve Chrstan or ormisHlonarlcd ormiKlonlE8 orTuissloftaries
misHlonarlcd miKlonlE8 will Ifil be settled 8 Ue in the te future futureby futureby futureby
by the mutual agreement of the diplo diplomats diplojats ¬
mats matsThe IRtS IRtSThe jatsThe
The daly dally committee cmmitee meeting metng of the theministers theminlewr themlntsters
ministers minlewr of the powers power deal del with wt the le lecration Isgstion
cration tlon quarters ule the forms of assessing assessingindemnities
indemnities S Indemnlte and and questions of ff ceremonies ceremoniesIn
In I n connection cnneton with audiences audiece of the em emperor emperor cmperor ¬
peror perorAn perorAn perorAn
An Improved Imrove railway service seIc is prom promised proI ¬
ised be within witin the t8 next ten days daysFIGHT daysFGHT daysPIGBT
German Gea Forces Force Lose Three Tre Killed Kle and andOne andOne
One Wounded WoundedBerlin Woudod WoudodprJn WoundedBerlin
Berlin prJn March 5 5Th 5The The war ofllcn ofc has ha re reofdved rooc4tved
ofdved the following message from Count Countvon Countvon
von WaMerseev V e = dated Pekln fenr March gu guA 4 4A 4A
A patrol of twentyfive twentyfve under unde Lieuten Lieutenant Lleut LleutRnt Lieutenant ¬
ant Walmeich Wamerh located h ated a utronjr ron rong force frce of ofMilne ofhlnc ofI
< Milne hlnc hncw troops trop west wet of Suan Sua Kan the theGermans thecrmn theirinans
Germans crmn losliig lo three tre killed klt and one oner oneundM onevunded
r vunded > unded Colonel Colonl Ledebur Lebur was wa dispatched dispatchedtoday dispatced dispatcedtn dispatchedh4y
today tn < h4y ay with wlth four fo companies compie from frm Poe PoaTing PoeTrtg
Ting Tin Fu to clear cler AnsuHng An8aln pass p as a far faras fara
a as the t n great grt wall Wl and to permanently permanentlyguard pnanety pnanetygUrd permanentlyguard
guard the pass passTo P PTo pussTo
To Suppress Supprs the Boxers BoxersBerlin BoxersBerlhii oxe
Berlin B < lh March uch G GCount Count von Walder Walders Wal cr crRPR
RPR s > ha h heil ordeiwd troops trOP to occupy Char CharTing CharTing
Ting Tin thirtyfive thrty olJ ve nle north of Pekin Pekinwhere Poklnwhre Pokinwwre
where whre tH e Boxers XM are are a 5 5Discuss active activeDISCUSS Ive Ivea
Cubans Cbas Cannot Oanot Understand Undertd Attitude Attitudeof Atte Atteof
of United Untd States StatesHavana Sttes SttesHava StatesHavasa
Havana Hava March Mar 6 iAt At the conference conferencelast cnfeece cnfeecelt
last lt nlgWt ng n1g4 rf the Cubmn Cub Constitutional Constitutionalconvention Con Const1tutIonanrnt1o ltutona I
convention onentO nrnt1o many dteles diete keRtee tee favored favore the thetemporary te tetPmprar th thtmporury
tPmprar temporary suspension auapmdo of the th convention conventionin cnenton cnentonil L Lir
in il ir ord ordr r to allow aloW the te member mem r especial especially eeln ¬
ly thofp lhOP thoe from Santiago SIUag Puerto Perto Principe PrincipearJ Prlncpo PrIncipai
arJ 8 ai Sarta Stta riant lar iar5 prlvlncea prlvnces ail tl opportunity opportunityto opprtunit
to 0 conduit onu t the wishes W8e of their ter constitu constitutmts cn constituuntq tu tuunto
tmts unto regarding Iadlng the th Platt Plt amendment amendmentTh amment
Th The iunondment amtndmet wh4c4x Wc1 was WW wa forwarded forwardedby I Ib
by b General GeTpra Wood Voo was wa Informally InConnaly dl dltu dh dhueed >
tu ueed > s l this afternoon aftron by b a large lare number numberelfgated numbeieIgtee
elfgated General l Sanguilljr n l lt and andnor an aniio
nor IIe iio Altman contended cr that t the amend amendiii amendit
iii t bad iweome twome tew h w and thal that President PresidentXcKtnlfcy Predent PredentKtnley Preehieni3Kinky
XcKtnlfcy Ktnley could uld f I K > nothing Ihln other tlwm tlwmnforc thn thnnforC tltmnforci
nforc nforC > it They declared decaed that that the te ipug ipugpcstlons Mg MgIS ssggslOfl
pcstlons IS Ions from f m the convention cnVto had been beenHfruiFw1 ben benmu beerntwtI
HfruiFw1 mu ntwtI l that Ut th t the United Unlt4 State 2ttQ tatus govern government gO8f ¬
ment evidently e enUy intended Inteed to do what wha goternL ft ftpleuted i F Fpleuie4t L
pleuted pleUEl with Cuba Cba and that lt the only onlymanly onlyITllnly onI3nsniy
manly ITllnly thing for the delegates deet aI to do was wasto wasdlol wa wat
t to < dteeolvvt dlol and ad to to Jet ahe te United Unie UnitedState aSt aStal States Statescall 4 4ai1
call al ai1 another convention conventionSnor cnveion cnveionSnol conventionSenor
Senor Snol Juan Gulberto Gulb rto Gomez Gome although althoughr ahough ahoughrtJy t tralIy
r rtJy ralIy ally opposed P po e to t the te amendment amendme aald aaldbrt 8d 8db i iho
brt b did dd not nt believe blat it was wa the final fna deci deciion del deln deci4in
ion n of 0 the United Unte States Sbe regarding rrding tho thofuture tbotltur ttu ttufLituTS
future tltur attitude of o o the te government goverment to toward toward ¬
ward Cuba uba H thought thgh1 the convention conventionithmild i ihoutd
cnveon cnveonfhoud
ithmild dismiss UB8S the amendment and ad re return return ¬
turn It 10 tl 1 Gtoneoral G l Wood Wo with a careful carefulopinion Cr carefut ul ulf
opinion a as it was possible that Pre Prexiden < rident ridentthe t
Mi1atcy f lc would r call an extra t tt1 session Ii Iith 1
the t1 th nJIe mteA hope bop of bringing brinng about a compro comproA compronJIe compromte
nJIemajty A majority orlty of the delegates deJegRs favored favoredofficial favoremcia1
official mc majty action acton by the convention commnto regard regardIng regarding
Ing the t > amendment ammft and this question queon will willbe w1 witbf I
be decided dfde tomorrow tomorrowPROPOSE tomOIo tomOIot tomOIoPROPOSE tomorroPIIOPOSE t
Continued Contlmed from frm Page One Onewas One Onewa
was wa as 9 a a modification modifction of the Heed Ree rules rulesof S
of the te house hou of representatives representtves He said saidhiss sid sidhi sa1 sa1hI I
hiss hi amendment endment would wuld enable enlble the te oppo opposition oppolto oppouItIoi ¬
sition lto to have ample aIe time tm for its It dls dlsrusslon dlstUMton
russlon tUMton hut Umtted the th 2 of f debate debateto debate debateto debatto C
to the proper tTOper length lengthMr lengb lengbMr
Mr Bacon Ban Ga G utterly disapproved disapprovedof i
of r the the proposed Jlpd change chage in the rules rulesand rulesand rulesand
and declarea Ia his hI purpose lJrB to t do every everything ever ¬
thing in his power pwer to t prevent prvent the theamendment thcmendment tb tbI C
amendment He said id if i the te proposed proposedrules propose proposei I
rules rulff were adopted it soon Jn would go g the theivhole thewhole th C
whole hoIe length lengt and and the te spectacle spectale would wouldtv woutdp 1
tv p 1 presented presentd of a congress congesnot congressnot not only onlyth onlyt onI onIth it
th t h house hous Lut ut the senate sn te also a1 aaodomt aaodomtated domi dominated omi omiratE ¬
nated ratE by one oe or two men menMr menMr
Mr Welington VeUngn Md challenged chlen ed the thepropriety theJlroprety thi thit C
Jlroprety propriety of the presentation prCenttcn of such suchi suchprpoton sucit t
i proposition prpoton as a that tCt of Mr 1r Platt Plat at atthe atI a ahe t
the I hE he extraordinary extrrina session of the sen senate senatf ¬
ate atf and ad declared deed his purpose purse lator to toraise torife t 0
raise rife 15 ice against H I a point of order Speak Speaking Speaktng Speaking ¬
ing of nn ihe defeat deea of the river and har harbor hari barwr ¬
bor i wr bill bi to which he said Bad he had con contributed contlbuted contibuted ¬
tributed he declared declaredMeans declaredMeans declaredIdeans
Means of Revenge KevengeThis Revengebl
This bl proposed rule rle Is or oftiied ed as a anmeans a ameans 5
means of revenge revengeMr rvenge rvenge1r
him him said I Iwin r
Mr 1r Platt Plat interrupting interptng him
win 1 say to the t e senator senatr that I was not notin notin no nod t
in favor 8 of of the passing pls lns of the te river and andharbor ad adharbor an anharbor d
harbor measure measureMr meure meureMr mealUreMr
Mr Wellington W 1ngtnn replied repU that tlt he was w de delighted denghte de1lhted ¬
lighted to know the senator Mr Platt Plattwas Plat
nghte was w nt In the conspiracy conspiray to secure the theenactment thefnatment Lb Lbci e
enactment fnatment of the bilL biL He declared declaredthat declaredthat ci
that while whie he was wa urging against It I In Inaccordance InaccordHnc 1 1accordance n
accordance with his hi right as n a sen senator sentr seaatr ¬
ator tr he was wa threatened thraened that unless he hecerjsed h here Iicesed
cerjsed his opposition oppositon a 0 cloture rule rulewould rut rulw
w would ere < uld be presented preMentednd presentediuid and its it adoption aopton in insisted insIsted insisted I ¬
sisted upon uponI
I Jo Jo desire to say said sod he that thatI tat tatI tha t
I bow bw to no power and to t no man manwhen man manwhen ma maa a
when my m conscience conaletce tells tels me that thnt thatmeasure a ameasure
measure meare Is wrong wrongHe wrng wrngHe
He then proceeded to say that tat the theproposition thepropsltlon th the e
proposition was wa peculiar pecula when he hewas hewn h hwas e
was interrupted intorrptd by Mr Mason Illsi Illsiwith Ills Illswith ls lswit
with wn the comment ommert It I Is II peculiar pecular be because bp bpcause bEcause ¬
wit Is peculiar body bodyLauchtei bodyLaughte
cause cause this a 0 pecular boy boyLaUlht
Lauchtei LauchteiAt LaughteAt
LaUlht LaUlhtAt
At tlnifs added nt fd Mr Mason MawJ h hp hu c n neelf nHtf
self hQI baI na tn1fS l bc b bcen pn n guilty guity of utilizing tl7ing the be h 0
rights r of the senate against agdins a mea measure meanre ¬
ure u re because becuse he had ha learned l ared rapidly rapidlyfrom rpidly rapIdlyrom
from f rom the th older oler senators s natQlS In the th cham chamber chamber ¬
ber h er Some of them he said upon a ameasure a ameaure aeasure
measure meaure m hw ho easure to t which they were opposed opposedwould oppose opposedould
would w ould set their mouths going and nd go gooff gf gtff
off o ff arid ard leave them for fo nearly a week weekat weekat weekt
at a t a time tme without wihout the slightest slghtest intel intellectual intellectual intelectual ¬
lectual lectual l effort efort whatever whateverThe whateverThe v
The regular reglar order was wn demanded demandedtheir demandedtheir demandedheir
their t being nothing before the senate senateAfter sE scnateAfter ate ateAtter
After Mr Morgan had ba offered o1ereda a + reso resolution resoItUon resoutIon ¬
lution l declaring ecalng the ClaytpnBulwer ClaytpnBulwertreaty CIaytonBuIwertreaty
treaty t tG between the United UnIed States stte and andGreat andGrent andreat
Great G reat Britain abrogated abrogte the the senate senateat enatert
at rt a t 105 10 oclock on motion moton of Mr Ir Hoar Hoarwent oar oarwent oarent
ao went w ent Into int executive executve session and atfl45 atfl45oclock at145 at145oclock at 145 145clock
oclock o clock adjourned adjournedStifles adjournEdStes adjournedStifles
Stifles Stes Free Speech SpeechThe SpeechTe Speechrue
The Te debate on the senate rules r s vhlch th1chvan vhlchwas rch rchwa
was wa i begun btn in the onen session of the thesenate thc8n8te theenote
senate 8n8te iu today was wa continued contnue In the ex executive e eewtve ¬
ecutive ewtve e ep session ses W which folowed followed The Theprincipal Theprncipal Therincipal
principal prncipal p participants pnricipnts were Voe Senator SenatorMeson Sena1or Sena1orloon SepatorMttson
Meson loon on the Republican Republcn side and mndSnator andSenators andenators
Senators Snator S Teller Teler and an Jones of Arkansas Arkansason ArKans
on o n the opposition oppositon Mr Mason contended contendedthat contnde contndethat contendeihat
that t under the rules rule as a it at present presentstands preh prehstnds
stands stnds s that tht it i was in the te power pwer powetot of the theminority tle tlemnorlty
minority mnorlty to prevent and therefore thereforenegatively 1eF fdre fdrenegOUvely
negatively negOUvely n to co C ol 01 legislation legislationMessrs lcgisa lon lonle
Messrs le lr Jones Jone and ad contended contendedthat contendedtha
that tha t there tere never had bev be a failure faiur to topass topa toass
pass pa p ass a a bill which had hd the < he real rel and sin sincere sincer sinere ¬
cere cer c ere support of a a a majority majoriy of the te sen senate senate ¬
ate a te because bese of a a cloture rule rle Mr MrMason MrMaon
Mason Maon controverted coBrverted this thisWill tis tisvm
Will the senator senror from frm Illinois IUnols name namea nae naea
a a bill bi that has ha been defeated by the theminority theminorty
minority minorty asked aked Senator Jones JonesWill Jone
Will Wil the the senator senror from Arkansas Arkansastell ArkanSastel
tell tel t ell the be sente senate responded respnded Mr lIr Mason Masonl 1non 1nonIinorlng
l Tiorlng the how
Iinorlng question queston many manytimes manytimes
times t he was Wa consuited about abut the ship shipsubsidy sllp sllpsubsidy
subsidy s bill b1 and how many conces concessions concesslonshe ¬
bus slonshe s he was wa asked to make rke In order orderto
to t o permit permi the consideration cnsideraton of the themeasure themeUre
measure meUre to Io proceed proeed I 1 think a reply replyto replyto
to t o this his question quetion added the Illinois Illinoissenator Ilnois Ilnoissn1tor
senator sn1tor s will 1 illustrate 1ustrte the point of ofmy ofmy
my contention contenton better ter than t anything anyhing I Ican Ican
can c an say sayMr sayMr
Mr Teller ToUe said he saw SB In the te niove niovement nlovement
ment Which hIoh hiEt1t had been set on foota footadetermined foot foot 3 3deorlned
1n r
determined deorlned effort fort to t cut off of debate debatein in inthe Inthe
the t he only national naU nal tribunal l in which whichthere whichthere whichhere
there t was wa absolute freedom fredom of debate debateThis debte debteThis
This he he considered cnidered a step in the ohp sub subversion subverion subversion ¬
version verion of liberty Ubery He declared that thatWhatever thatwhatev
Whatever whatev might be accomplished aomplshed at a alater alter
later lter l ater Session seslonthe the rulescould rle rules could not no be bechangedduring be
changedduring ch3ng changed du during ing the present special speci ses sesCALLERS sesOn
e on
President rsi et Devotes votes Day to t Reception Receptionof Receptcn Receptcnof
Visitors VisitorsWashington Viitors ViitorsVas
Washington Vas I ptn March 5 5This This was a a day dayof dayof
of much muc hand shaking and nd little ltUe business businessat
at tho White House Hnu Members of
to lembers congress congressand cons congreasand
and the supreme court visiting
cur visitnggvernor governors governorsand
and ad their thell staffs strs clubs and other orsaniza organi a I
ttons Uln gave g < ve the president pr sldet a very ver busy day
He began bgan at ao lu Ivochxk oclock by giving a re ¬ l
caption cepton to troop trop A of Cidvwiand Cl and 0 which
acted apted as hi h1 his personal persono escort cort yesterday esterda
The I ho members of the troop were received
in tne t e eat ous room roomA roomA roomA wer receved
A emit gIt crowd of strangers stranger waited wated out outside outside ¬
side for the le doors dor to be opened but ow ¬
ing to the largo numbers
lago number o ot people hav ¬
ing In appointments appointment with wih the president pretdent It I
was wa decided deIded not to complicate compIcaJte matters matter by
ojnonlng olling the doors door to the general public
genfr publc
Governor Deitrich Deirich and staff stat of Nebras ¬
ka called caled early erly The Hamilton club clubof clubot
of Chicago Chicgo was received ax about 11 11oclock 11oc1ock
oclock cock in the east room After a the intro 1 ¬ I
duction of William VlIum A Lawon a member memberof
membr membrof
of the club but now a bank examiner examinerunder exaine examinerunder
under Comptroller Dawe he sang sng with withgreat withget withgreat
great get effect efect the famous faous poem PQm Illinois Illinoisset 1 1hinoIset I urols urolset
set et to a familiar tamlar tune The last line lne was waschanged wuscOgeto waschenged
changed cOgeto to True Te to Yates Yate and McKInley McKinle
Illinois I1n08 tire tb club Joining in the clTbrun clfrua
The song was W3 received rceh with much ap ¬
plause plauseGovernor plauseGovernor plauseGovernor wth
Governor Nash Nah of Ohio called caled with a
few friends frend Governor Goeror Lonsrilio Loniio of wIh MIs MIsttative 115
msslppl rdsslppi accmpanied accompanied by Adjutant Gen General General
eral Henry and exRe exHeresontntiv resentaUve ttative Catch
Ing was W presented to the president presIdent Ctc
Governor Heard Her of Louisiana LQJislau was wa ac accompanied a accompanied ¬
companied cmpanied on his visit to the president
by Senators lenRtor Foster and McBnery McEner State Stte
Treasurer rresure Smith and Representative Repr
Davey Davey Governor Goveror Shaw Sh w of IOwa also tntatve saw sawthu sawthd sawthd
thd president preIdent bight members member of the Na National N Nonll ¬
tional onll Fremont association uS8oclaUol met the pres pr pre ¬
ident in the east et room room Tho members of f
this association cIutlon took part in the tie conven convention conventon convention ¬
tion ton of June I860 186 in Philadelphia ihiladelphianominated Pll hfadelphla which whichnominated wh
nominated John C Fremont for or president presidentof
of tine th United Fnte States State A large number of ofsdhool ofshool ofadhool
sdhool shool children chidren of Chicago Chicgo were wee present presenter preset presetC ¬
er C to the president presidentThere predent predentTherp prealdentThere
There wa waG no formal 1onal meeting meetng of the thecabinet th th thcabinet
cabinet today < oda owing to the te cirush ctsh of vls I Ilor
itors lor but several aover1mbers members called cale General Generl
Joe Wheeler Vheler saw the president president for the thepurpose te tepUre thepurpose
purpose pUre of paying his respects xcapets A large largenumber lage lagenumber largenumber
number of students studer from Atlanta Atlant came camea
a 5 little ltUe btfore b Core noon noonThe noonTho noonThe
The members of the United States
member Unle Stts su supreme s anprems ¬
preme court as a in their tcr custom at the thebeginning thebegnning thebeginning
beginning of a a new sidmlnstratlon admlnstrUon admin stratton called
begnning caled
In a body to pay their respects respect to o the thepresident thepoceldent he heprIdent I
president prIdent and Senators Senator Allison Alson and ad Cock Cockroll Cockrel Cockroll
roll rel as a a I senate ate committee notified notfed the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president that the th senate was In extra extrasosfHon extr extrasession
seon session and ready to receive any message messagefrom me msssagefrom < e efrom
from him When the committee cmmrUee started stared
back to the senate Assistant A letant Secretary Secretry
Pruden left l ft the capitol cupiol with the nomina nominations nomlnaUon nominations ¬
tions Uon of the te cabinet officers omc rs It I is not notexpected notexp netexpected
expected exp ted alt a the to White Vhle House that the thesenate thesnate thesenate
snate senate will w be in session sslon long longTREATY longTREATY longTREATY1SDEA1
Feature Feate of the HayPauncofote RayPaucGfote Canal CanalConvention Ca CanalConvention
Convention ConventionWashington Conenton ConentonW1Ingt ConventionWaahinatmi
Washington W1Ingt March lIIn1 5 iTht 5The The llay llayPauncefote lIyPauncefote Iya IyaPaunceCote
Pauncefote trEt treaty Intended to replace the theClaytonBulwer theClaytonBulwer thi thiCaytonBulwor
ClaytonBulwer treaty trety relative n atve to the theconstruction thecn theconstruction
construction cn trucUon of isthmian l hmlan waterways wtorws died diedat diedat diedat
at noon non yesterday yetedy The death was wa caused causedtechnically cause causedtechnically
technically tehnlcay by the fact that the last lastclause lat latciuo lamclause
ciuo clause of the treaty trety allowed alowe only the theperiod tl theperiod
period priod of time tme up to March Iarh 4 for Its rati ratincation r rtIilcation U Ufcton
ncation fcton Neither N Jher the government of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States State nor of Great Gret Britain Briain ap appeared appeared appeared ¬
peared to have he made any formal effort effortto efort efortto effortto
to extend exte thatperiod thatperiodThough tht thatporioThough peror
Though tho th treaty is dead from the thepoint thepin theL
point pin of international Intornatonal law it may my still stillserve sUl L
serve 8re a a purpose purpos It I is understood underltood here herethat hee heethat herethat I
that that the British rltsh government govfrnment either eiher has hasor hasor hasor
or te I preparing a communication to the theUnited theUnte theUnited
United Unte States tte government governmlt based base upon upn the thesenate thesetc thesenate
senate setc amendments amemets analyzing anlyzing them care carefully cure curefully ¬
fully fuly pointing plntng out thetfr th ir probable probble effect effectupon efect efectupon effectupon
upon the original ana proposiion proposition as a seen 8 n from fromthe frmthe frm
the BritiSh BritS side sde and ad perhaps suggest sgget some somemodifications somemodlfcatol somemodifleations I
modifications modificationsWhile modlfcatol modifleationsWhile
While hfe It Is Impossible Iml > sslbtu to predict preict in ad advance advance advanes ¬
vance of the te rscoJpt rlcfvt of this tbl communica communication communic communication ¬
tion t what attitude the state tat
ton ju jus jut < depart department deptrl deptrlmet departmeat ¬
meat met will wi assume toward it I there Is Isreason Isrern I
reason rern to t r believe belevo that tht It will w1 be taken in ingood Inbod ftgood I II
good bod part pr and that tht negotiations negotaton will w1 be beresumed ber0ume I Iresumed
resumed r0ume for the ho conclusion of ot a new newtreaty newtret nontreaty
treaty tret with wih a view to t meeting motD If 1 possi possible pssIhIe pessihis ¬
his tho objections objelons raised by fh6 roate roateto thOonutE thOonutEto 5enate 5enateto
to the origna original treaty treatyON tr trdatyON t tON
Cicg Chicago Commercial Commern Clubmen Cubmen Arrive Arriveat Aive Aiveat Arriveat I
at Kansas Kasa City CityKansas Cit CityKansas
Kansas Kans City March Iarch 5 5Th 5The The Chicago ChicagoCommercial ChicgoCommeril ChicageCornmorcket
Commercial Commeril club excursion < curlon passed passedthrough Jsed Jsedtrough passedthrough
through trough Kansas Kanl City Ciy over theSanta theSanta the Santa Fe Ferailroad FeraIrad Ferailroad
railroad raIrad today toda bound for the Pacific Pacificcoast Pacificcot Pacificcoast
coast cot There were wee four coaches coacne Includ Including IncludIng includtag ¬
ing the private car ar Robert Rber T Lincoln Lincolnpresident LincolnIredent Lincolnprssldent
Iredent president of the Pullman Pulml company Pres Presof Presdent
dent Ripley of the Santa Fe Is In cbargeoC cbarge charge I
of the train trin Among the excursionists excursionistsare excurionists excurionistsare I
are Robert T Lincoln E P Rlplay RlplayGeneral RIple R1ploGeneral
General Wesley Veley Merritt MerrIt James alne H Ecklcs EcklcsMurray EcllosMurry EcklesMurray
Murray Murry Nelson Neson William Wlia T 1 Baker Bake John JohnV JohrFarwell
V Farwsli Far l jr Marshall Marshal Field and andFranklin ad adFrankln ant antFranklin
Franklin Frankln H Head HeadTho HeadTho HeadThu
Tho tour will wU include the Santa Sant Fe l e sys system system ¬
tem tho Prescx PJtt Preecutt > tt Phoenix Phonlx railroad rairoad eyeI the theOregon theOregon ther I
Oregon Short Line Lne the Oregon Oregn Railway RailwayNavigation RIway RIwayNnvI Raflwa r
Navigation NnvI atlon companys eomptuys tracks trcJ the theDenver theDenver th thDenver I
Denver Rio Grande Grandf the Union Pa Pacific Pacifc Pat ¬
cific cifc and tho Northwestern Northwetor Stops will wi bo bomade bomd b bmade t
made md at Albuquerque Aluquerue Ash As Fork Phoenix Phoenixvmiams Phoeni PhoenixVIiavna
vmiams the grand gran canyon < nyon of the ho Arl Arlvona ArIona Anvona
vona ona San an Diego Bakersfleld Bakefeld Point Pont Rich Richmond Richmnd Richmend ¬
mend mnd Seattle Seatte Tacoma Tama Salt Lake Lke City Cityand Citya Cit3t
and a Denver Der on the return rctu journey The Thegrand Thegrand Th Thid t
grand id canyon Is to be explored from frm the thetope th6top th thtops
tope top of stage coaches eoache which have been beenarranged beenarrange beerarranged
arranged arrange for forBlow forBlow
Blow low at the te Jo Joitts JoittsTopek 3ointists 3ointistsTopeka musts mustsTopeka
Topeka Topek Kan Ka March arch 5 5Thc The city coun council counlh ¬
cil has passed 5 a liquor ordinance which whichwill whtclwill h 1
will lh make a it r almost aY of Impossible 1 g c6fo c6fojolnthrs for the theJolntista th thjointists
Jolntista jolnthrs to do business busne in 11 this city Ac Accordng Accordng AcL
cordng to the terms ters of the ordinance It Itis I ii iiis L
is considered considere unlawful to call a friend friendin fniencitt
in our iouso and and give him a drink of ofliquor o I
liquor lquor A man Is guilty gity gvo of a violation Iolnton of ofthe otthe o othe 1
the ordinance ordinace If r he Is i found in v place placewhere plae plaewhere pIacwhere
where liquor lquor is sold sld and it does doe not re require requre require ¬
quire qure that an actual sale shall shal be proven provenThe provenThe provenThe
The penalty for CC violation violaton is a a fine fnf of not notless notlosstan no t tloss
less losstan than 1CQ 10 nor more than tha J5CO 5 5O and Im Imprisonment Imprlsonient tmprIsonTtent ¬
prisonment prlsonient for not nt loss than thirty thirt days daysnor daysnor daynor
nor morA mor than t 100 10 e days 9 9Sagtn 5u II the city Jail JailSagrasta jai jailSagasta
Sagrasta Sagtn Wii WL Try It ItMadrid It ItMiulrid
Madrid March 5 Ser Se < SRgasta the theliberal Unliberal
liberal lberal leader leder has accepted SRgn1tate SRgn1tatelberal the task tsk of offorming otforming a aforming
forming a new ne cabinet cbinet Ha 19 experts to toprosMit tl u upresent
present prppnt to tho th queen qUe1 regent regtnt tomorrow tomorrowlit n nlt t tiiMt
lit lt of If tho members meber of of ths th new cabinet abiet
f o
John Joln J ohn E Searles Makes Assign Assignmention AssignmentforCreditors
mention mentforCreditors ment for Creditors Benefit BenefitWAS Beneft Beneftt
+ t
v + t
New York Y rk March I ch 5John E Searles Searlesthe Serle Searleshe
the th t he well wel known k financier t1na c cier erand and at present presentin proct proctI
in I n tho uc general generl corporation corpornlon and fnancial fnancialbusines financialusiness financial financialbuHiness
busines buHiness b madtj mat an au assignment a5signmet to to Edward EdwardF EdwardDwight
F 1 Dwight Dwigt today lo y for the benefit belctt of cred creditors crediors eredors ¬
itors itorsMr iors It ors orsMr
Mr Scans Serle is 11 president pr0ldct of the Amer American Americ Amercan ¬
ican ic I can Cotton Coton company Type Founders Founderscompany Founder Foundersompany
company compay c and the Hyatt Roller Roler Bearing Bearingcompany Bearingcompan
company compan c He was president pre3idet and general generalmanager generl generlmanager generalanager
manager m anager of the Minneapolis lUlnepo13 St Louis LouisRailroad LouisRlrOd Louisailroad
Railroad RlrOd R company International Interatonal Trust Trustcompany Trst Trstcompany Trustompany
company c and Union Traction Tcton Electric Electriccompany Electrc Electrccompany Electricompany
company c chairman of the Baltimore
te Bltmore
Chesapeake C Atlantic Atantc Railway Ralwnr company
secretary secretar s sc of the Brooklyn Brookyn Cooperage Cooperagecompany Cooprage Coopragecompany
company c director direcor or the te American Aerica Coffee Lfec Lfeccmpany
company cmpany c American Amercan Sugar Sugr Kenning RefnIng com company company cornany ¬
pany p any Preferred IJt tred Accident Accdent Insurance com company compun cornuny ¬
pany pun p uny Western Wester bank Sprague Sprage Electric Eiectriccompany E Electricompany trc trccompany
company c Terminal Warehouse company
and a ao nd Universal Univelal Lasting Lstng company compay trustee trusteeof
of o f tho American Amercn Deposit Deposi Loan Lo com company company cornarty ¬
pany p arty American Aercan Security Securty company company
Brooklyn Brkbn B Institute Insttute of otArts Arts and Sciences Sciencesquitable
Equitable Equitble E Life Lf Assurance Asurnce society of f the thenited
United U nited States Sttes PeoplesTrust PeplesTrst 30let company of ofrooklyn
Brooklyn B Terminal Improvement Improveeftcom Improveeftcompuny company com cornany ¬
pa puny p any and Mercantile rcantle Trust rut company comp ny and anda nd nda andmember
a member me r of the te Lawyers Lw1ers club and Down Downonh
Town T IowhaSo onh association assotiiatlonMr lato latolIr s sair
air lIr Searles Seale was treasurer trasurer of the t e > Amer Amencan ¬
ican I can Sugar Refining Retnltg company companyuntl until a few fewcars fewars
3 cars ars ago and president preident off of ofjthe the he Western
National Natonal bank 01 this thIsclt cltyy cLt r succeeding succeeding1Braytoii subceedlng succeedingrayton
Braytoii BraytoJ B rayton Ives In his latest latet and most Im Important Imor tinortant ¬
portant j ortant or nt enterprise enterrise the American Cotton Cottoncompany Coton Cotoncompuu Cottonompany
company c he was wa associated asociate with wIh United Unied Unitedtatei
Stte States S tatei Senator eIor Jones of Arkansas Arkanss The The1wlGcmpany Theettercompany
laittercompany 1wlGcmpany l lt carries care the patent for foI cot coton ¬
ton la t on compress cmpress and is said sad to have done donea doneprosperous
a prosperous prosprous business businessWas buslnes buslnesWa businmaWas
Wa Was Not a Surprise SurpriseThe S rlise rliseThe
The announcement announcement of Mr Searles finan financial finanat ¬
cial d at embarrassment was not surprising surprisingn fnn fnncial
In i n banking bankng circles Beside a fine fne town townresidence townresidence townesidence
residence r in Brooklyn Brookyn Mr Searles also alsoas
hz has ha h as or had a a fine fne summer home at Buz Buzzards Buzzars Buzards ¬
zards zars z bay near ne the home of exPresident exPresidentCleveland exPeIdent exPeIdentCleveland exPresidentCleveland
Cleveland and Joseph Jefferson JeffersonAs Jeferon JeferonA
As A A treasurer tesrer of the te sugar sugr company and andpresident andpresident andresident
president p of the Western Vetern National Natioal bank bankMr
Mr Seartew Snr grained glned a a reputation rCputton for busi business IUb1ness lusless ¬
ness n ess sagacity sgciy and ad because of his exper experIence experence
lence i ence was asked Into the directories dIretorIes of ofvarious ofvarous ofarious
various varous v corporations cororatons His friends rend say a that
he seemed se med to have unlimited unlmlt t faith faih in the thepossibilities thepsibites theossibilities
possibilities psibites p of the American Cotton com company company cornparty ¬
pany One of the banks with wih which Mr MrSearles Mrearle MrSeance
Searles earle had an account is the Merchants MerchantsNational lIerchan lIerchanNatonal
National Natonal of Wall Val street stee An A official of one oneof oneof onef
of o f the leading leding banks down town stated statedtoday statedtoday statedoday
today t that Mr 1r Searles had ha been in a bad badway badway
way for ready money since lost fall f l lSearle Ed Edward Edwkrd ¬
ward lo F r1 D Dwight g t nieSI nieSIli the assignee li of Mr MrSearles MrSeanles
Searles Searle said tonight tonightI
I am a now making a careful examina examination examinaton examinaion ¬
ion ton t of Mr lIr Scarlet Searles affairs afairs and a state statemerit stte sttemet statemeat
merit met of his hs assets and liabilities labltes will wil be beprepared beprepared beprepared
prepared at once and submitted sUbmltTed to the thecreditors thecIedtors thecreditors
creditors cIedtors I have no other statement to tomake tomake tomake
make at 01 present presentCharles present presentCharles
Charles Chale E Hughes Hughds of counsel for the theassignee UI8a theassfrnee
assignee a e said saidThe I
The if 1ibe assignment ent of Mr lIr Scenes Seles was wasmade Wi wasmade
made for the tge protection protecton of his general generalcreditors generalcreditor generalcreditors
creditors creditor In orden ordel that the interest ImeIt of ofall otaU ofall
all might be fully fuly protected protected His assets assetsare assts asstsare assetsare
are believed to be largely lagely In excess of his hisliabilities hIslnb1Ue hisiabilities
liabilities lnb1Ue l but include a big amount of ofUnlisted oftmlRtesecurites ofUnlisted
Unlisted tmlRtesecurites securities which werenot ready readyto re reto
to t o convert conVrt into cash to o meet meet obligations obligationsmaturing oblgaUon oblgaUonmaturing obligationsmaturing
maturing at this time timeThe timeTho
tme tmeThe
The assignment asigment in no way wa affectedtho at affected affctodthe cte
tho American Amercan Cotton Coton company or any anyother an another anyother
other corporation corporaton with which Mr Searles SearlesIs
Is i s connected connectedThe eonnectedThe connectedThe
The Journal Journl of Commerce ommerce tomorrow will willsay wil wil8ay willsay
say Estimates Estmates of Mr r Searles Seares liabili liabilities labl liabilities ¬
ties t are anywhere from fromIO 1000 l000000 to 52000 20
000 0 He was generally generaly regarded regare hereto heretofore heretofore heretofore ¬
fore as worth several 5 verl C CHILLS millions millionsHILLS milons milonsHILLS
Will Cut a Figure Fgr in i the te Iron Ion In Industry I Industry ¬
dustry dustrySt dust
St Paul Minn 1Iach March 5 5The The Dispatch Dispatchsays Dispatchsas Dispatchsays
says J J Hill HIl is said to have a plan planregarding planregarding
regarding rearing the development of the iron ironand Ironand Ironanti
and steel seel trust trs which the latter concern
hardly figured fgre on and the proposed propsed In Increase increse Increase ¬
crease crese In the Great Northern capital capitaltock capltnly capitalstock
tock of 250000 030 i Is said to have some something someThe something ¬
thing y to do with f Mr rsa Hills I plans plansThe r
The trust trst Is sold sd to have left le1 one portion porton por pertion ¬
tion ton of Its farreaching plans rather care carelessiy cre crelesiy
leanly lesiy guarded guade and It I Is through this en entrance entrnce entrance ¬
trance trnce that Mr Hill Hil Is expected expcted to slide slde
in It I was wa a question queston of raw material for forfuture Corfuture forfuture
future futureAn u use useAn e eAn
An official ofelal declares decares that Mr Hill Ht has haslately hasIntely haslately
lately secured seured options optons on an immense immensetract Immensetrct immensetract
tract trct of mineral minerl lands lads in northern Min Minnesota Mm Mmnesota In Innesota ¬
nesota It I Is also aso said in the ethereal etherealworld etereal eterealworld etherealworld
world from which all al these thee straight straighttips straght straighttIps
tips Ips come that Mr Hill intends to build buildan buWIan buIldan
an Immense smelter on the Iron range rangeand rangeand rangeand
and Sip Mp his own ow pig pig iron Irn east eas instead insteadof Insteadot
of Iron ore in his own boats boatsA bots botsA
A part of this scheme Is said sad to t be the thedevelopment theeclopment thedevecopment
development of the Crows Nest Pass pa coal coalmines coalmIn coalmines
mines mIn in which whJh Mr lIr Hill H1 la deeply d py Inter lntarested Inttr Inttrested Intereted
ested In the coal regions Mr lr Hill H1 can canmake canmake canmake
make his own coke and ship sIp it I to his hisown hisown hisown
own smelters over his own lines lnes thereby thereY
being independent of the eastern easern coal and andcoke andcoke andcoke
coke supply supplyChanges supplyChages supplyChanges
Changes Chages in Yukon laws lawsVancouver LawsVnnuver LawsVancouver
Vancouver B C March Marh 5 5A A special specialfrom specialfrom
from Ottawa says systhat that the government governmenthas govErnment govErnmenthas
has decided deide upon an Important change in inthe Inthe inthe
the administration admnistaton of the Yukon Hare Hareafter Hereafer Heroafter
after afer not only will wl liquor lquor permits perit be Is Issued Issued ¬
sued from Dawson Dawson but all al appeals appels from fromdecisions fromdeisions L
decisions deisions of the goki gok commissioner will willbe wi willbe L
be heard herd by a court composed of two twolocal twolocal twclocal
local judges and the commissioner cmmissioner of the theterritory theteior theterritory
territory teior
Suffrage Sufrage in Indiana IndianaIndianapolis Idina IndianaIndianapolis
Indianapolis Indianapli Ind March Marh > By a vofce vofceof vo voof voc vocof
of 52 to 35 3 i the ta lower house of the Indiana Indianalegislature IndIanalesltue Indianolegislature
legislature lesltue today toay adopted the Neal Nel joint jointresolution joint jointresolution
resolution rpsoluton for a constitutional consttutoal amend amendment amtnd amtndment ¬
ment providing fpr womans womas suffrage sufrage in inthis Inths inthIs I
this state stte After Afer the vote a a motion to toreconsider toreconsider tcreconsIder
reconsider was voted down to finally finallyclinch fnaly fnalycUnch finail finailclinch
clinch the matter Mr Neal says say lu has hascanvassed hascanvased hatcanvassed
canvassed canvased the senate on tho proposition propositionand propositon propositonand propositionand
and has ha assurances asurance chat tat the resolution resolutionwill resoluton resolutonil resolutiorwill
will il be adopted adoptedDuty adoptedDuty
Q P PDut
Duty Dut on Sugar SugarLondon Sug SugarLondon
London March 5 5The The chancellor chancelor of ofthe ofthe 01 01the
the exchequer Sir Michael lnch el HicksBeach HicksBeachsaid HicksBeac HicksBeachsaid
said sd a prominent prminent member of the the house of ofcommons oCcommons 01 01commons
commons to a representative representatve of the Asso Associated Assoe Assoclffted ¬
ciated Press tonight n will l probably intro introduce introdues ¬
duce a duty e on sugar r in the t opgnrc forthcoming forthcomingbudget forthcomintbudget f fbudget
budget and will wi perhaps add a counter countervailing countervaing countervatting ¬
vailing vaing duty dutyFight dutyFight
C d
Fight Fght Over Capital CapitalPierre Capitl CapitlPiQrre CapitalPierre
Pierre S D March 5 5After After acri acrimonious aerimonious ¬
monious debate In the senate this afternoon a atcrnoon af adternoon < ¬
ternoon the resolution resoluton to move the thestate thestte thustate
state stte capitarfrom Pierre to Mitchell Mitchellwas Mitchelwas ichel
was wrs indefinitely Indefniely postponed by a 1 large largemajority largemajorty largemajority
majority majorty
0 0Comig
Coming Comig to t America AmericaVidtoria Aerc AmericaVidtonia
Vidtoria Vicoria B C March 5 5Premler Premier Duns Dunsmulr Dunsrf Dunemuir
mulr today received a telegram r from Ot Ottawa Ottawa ¬
tawa stating atattn rf that te teh the h Duke k rff and d ff Duchess Duchessof Ducheof h hof
of York will wlf visit the Pacific PaCtc coast cast while whileon whlc whlcon whibtheIr
on their Canadian tour tou Cable dispatches dispatcheshave dispatces dispatces11ve dispatcbchave
have 11ve stated stted that tIbia tlls part part of their trip trp trphad tnthad
had been abandoned abandonedTtTTTTTra abandonqdBULLER d
Explains Ela WhytheBritish Why Wy the British ritish Army Amy in inAfrica inAfrc ii iiAfricaWas 1
Africa Afrc AfricaWas Was Not Successful SuccessfulLondon Successfu SuccessfulLondon
London Letter LetterPerhaps Leter LeterPerhaps
Perhaps some of the reasons reaons for the thefailure thealure tinfailure I
failure alure of British BrItsh arms ams in South Africa Africaare Afric Africare
are to be found revealed in the com commentary commentr ¬
mentary mentr on the army issued by General GeneralSir GenemlSir cornI I
Sir Redvers Buller Buler The commentary commentaryhas commentar p
has ha caused somewhat of a sensation sensationin sensaton sensatonIn I
in military mUtr circles crcles for while whie it Is Iscouphed Iscou h hcouphed
couphed cou hed in mild mId and most polite lan language langunge Ianguage ¬
guage it I is in parts a severe arraign arraignment arraignment ¬
ment of the British Britsh soldiers way of ofdoing ofdoing a adoing t
doing things thingsGeneral thIngsGeneral
General Buller Buler summarizes the thearmys thearmys tinarmys C
armys shortcomings and suggests suggestsre suggestsrefors re reforms reforms ¬
forms fors in this language languageSpeaking langage langageSpeaking langoageSpeaking
Speaking generally It i may be said saidthat saidthat sahthat
that our army ary lacks laks initiative Inlatve and in independence independence inf ¬
dependence of action acton on the te part of ofsubordinate Ofsubordinate o osubordinate f
subordinate commanders commander and indepen independent ldependent ¬
dent and intelligent Intelgent action acton on the part partof partf par parof t
of f the rank and file fileDrill fe feDrl fileDrill
Drill Drl is the means meas to an end endIt nd ndU
It Is intended to teach teaH men mfn the theprinciples thE thEprincples tb r
principles princples on which vh vfflththey ithey they should shoud move 1
Uighw Uighwayman Yru n Robs Robs a W Woman maolni maolniart k kE I
E Deart art of Ci City y
The bold highwayman is abroad inthe in inthe inhe
the the t he city ciy again agn and last night was wa op operating opertng uprating ¬
rating ertng c near Third South and Maintreets Main Mainstreets Iainstreet
cs neir
streets street s Where 1ere In the glare of numerous numerouslights numer numerousIghts us uslght
la lights lght l he relieved releved a lady of her purse purseand pursead pursend
and ad a lf nd spinning her around like lke a top a afew afew aew
few f ew times tmes made mnde his escape esap by dashing dashingthrough dashinghrough
through thrugh t an alley aleywaYinto alleyway way into the interior interiorof
of o f the block back of the Freed Furni Furniture Furniture Furniune ¬
ot oh ture t une company The victim victm of the Chehighwayman te tehlghwayma theIghwayman
highwayman hlghwayma h was wa Mrs Phoebe Come Cornelier Core Corela Comeier
lier la t who lives lves at 522 East Third South Southstreet S Southtreet uth uthstreet
street streetAccording street s treetAccording
According to her story as told old at atthe atthe athe
the t he police polce department she was on her herway herway herway
tp way home about abut730 730 when as she shepassed shepassed sheassed
passed p assed the alley aley west wet of the Freed FreedFurniture FreedFurniure FreedFurniture
Furniture Furniure company mpan a man suddenly suddenlystepped suddenl suddenlstepped suddenlytepped
stepped s from the dark opening and al ¬
most before she could realize relzc what was washappening wa washappening
I happening he seized selzehpr hqr purse P ure which whichshe whlehshe whichshe
she held in her hand and nd pocketed pcketed it itThe itI itThe
The woman said shewas she wa was too fright frightened frightened t tened ¬
I ened to scream ceam and the man with wih a asudden aI asudden
I sudden movement seized her er by the theshoulders theshoulders theshoulders
shoulders and began beg to whirl her rap rapIdly rapIdly rapidly
Idly around nrund Almost Almot speechless speechles and andmade andmade andmade
made dizzy by the rapid whirling whirlng she shesank shesnk shesank
sank snk to the groundwhile ground whIe while the robber roboerdashed rbber rbberdahed robberdashed
dashed dahed through thrugh the te alley aley and was wa lost lostto lostI lostto
I to t sight sight Mrs ComelIer Comeler staggered to toher toI o oI
I her h r feet and looked for help elp but no noone noone i ione
one had ad seen the te affair afair and she started startedfor startedfor startedfor
for the police pUce station stationAt staton statonAt
At the te station stton she gave a a description descriptionof descrpton descrptonot
of the man and of the purse which she shesaid shesaid
I said contained ntained no 10 in cash The police policeare polce polceare policeI
I are looking for the robber
Paris March 5 5John John MadWilson MadWilsonDurant MacfwilsonDurant lacWlson lacWlsonDurnt
Durant of New York who has been beenliving beenHving beenliving
living for or the te past two years in Paris Pariswith ParIswith
with his mother other at the he Hotel La L Fonde FondeTremoie FondeTremoille
Tremoille Tremoie has ha been killed kied at Ostend OstendIna
in Ina a duel with wih a a Russian count count Ac According AccordIng According ¬
cording to the best est information Informaton obtain obtainable abtain abtainable ebtainable ¬
able Mr lIr Durant Iurnt had written leters letters to tothe tothe tothe
the wife wie of the te Russian count count The Thelatters Thelatters Thelatters
latters nephew came camer to Paris to settle settlethe sette settethe settlethe
the matter mater where he Ie met Mr 1r Durant Durantin Durnt Durntin
in a restaurant restaurnt where a vicious fight fightresulted fght fghtresuled
resulted resuled in which a1r < Mr Durant lost his hisfront hIsfront hisfront
front teeth He struck the Russian Russianwith RusIan RusIanwih Russianwith
with wih a a heavy glass glas water bottle botte and andthe andthe andthe
the latter latfr died but the doctors cer certificate
tificate tfcte gave congestion congeston of the te brain brainus
as te the oausp cause of rtf death ath This occurred orvMirrprtduring occurredduring 0
during durng January JanuaryLater Januar JanuaryLater
Later ater the count took the matter mter up upsending uPsending upsendIng I
sending his seconds to Mr Durant DurantThe Durant DurantThe
The he latter later went ent to Ostend with wih his hismother hismother hismother
mother who afterwards afterards departed for forand forand forand
and is still sti at Glasgow Glagow A duel was wasarranged wasarranged
arranged arrange and ad probably was fought yes yesterday yesterd yesterday ¬
terday terd y with wit pistols pisols Durant Dumnt was wa killed killedand klled klledand killedand
and the count was seriously wounded woundedDurant woundedDurant woundedDurant
Durant registered regstered at Charles Neville NevilleCarter Nev1e Nev1eCrter
Carter Crter His mother other has been notified notifiedDurant notfed notfedDurant notifiedDurant
Durant was a wel well known in the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can colony here He was a frequent freuent freuentand
and to inculcate Inculcate the habits habis which must mustgovern mustgovern 1
govern those movements movementsIn movement
In field feld practice prctce drill drI ceases and andcommanding andcommanding andcommanding
commanding officers ofcers must accuston accustomthemselves accustonthemselves accustonthemselves
themselves to to allow alo more mor independence independenceof
of action acton to those under their thei com command commad cornmand ¬
mand mad and educate educte all ranks rank to act actmore actmore actmore
more on their own initiative initiativeIt initatve I II
It I is better for a man during field fieldtraining feld feldtraining fieldtraining
training to do wrong tha tha1 to do noth nothing nothing nothlag ¬
ing if he does wrpnff wr mg the the error can c n be bepointed bepointed bepointed
pointed out and he will wil know what to todo todo todo
do another time tmeivhHe while he will wi at any anyrate anyrate anyrate
rate have shown that he appreciated appreciatedthat d
that some action acton was required from fromhim fromhim
him I If h htraining he does doednothlng notling he loses this thistraIning thistraining I
training trainingBesides traIningBesides trainingBesides
Besides this no training taining can be so sohad sohad sohad
had for a man of action acton as to teach teachhim tcnchhim teachhim
him to do nothing until unti he Is sure that thathe thathe thathe
he knows exactly exacty what to do doTeach doTeach doTeach
Teach him firs 1rr the duty of acting actingand actingand ctng ctngand
and then how to t act in particular particularcases partcularcases particularcases
cases casesElsewhere casesElsewhere casesElsewhere
Elsewhere in his statement he says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The artillery a tlerYdrm drill seemed excellent excellentand excelent excelentand excellentand
and the main object o jec of drill dripefect dripefectsteadines drillperfect drillperfectsteadiness perfect perfectsteadiness
steadiness steadines under underlrewas fire rewas was fully fuly at attained attained attamed ¬
tained but too mitch m chof of the drill dri was wasbrought wasbrought wasbrought
brought Into the field fieldInstances feld feldInstances fieldinstances
Instances occurred in which the ac action acton action ¬
tion ton of batteries bateries was wa paralyzed by bywaiting bywaitng bywaiting
waiting waitng for orderafrom ord orddrti nf 1rom irorn their brigade brigadedivision brgae brgaedivIsion brigadedivision
division commander commad and similarly slnUaly the theaction thencton theaction
action ncton of guns gns while watng waiting for orders ordersfrom ordersfrom ordersfrom
from their battery batery commander commanderOnce commanderOnce commanderOnce
Once the principles prnciples of drill drIl are thor thoroughly thoroughl thoroughly ¬
oughly grasped gaped every effort efort in field feld in instruction instructon instruction ¬
struction structon should be devoted to develop developing developing developing ¬
ing the te Intelligence Intelgence of and ad giving prac practice pr practice c ctce ¬
tice in initiative to subordinate
tce initathe com commanders commanders coatmnanders ¬
manders mandersThe mandersThe mnandersThe
The phases of an anacUon action change so soquickly soquickly soquickly
quickly and the important targets target are areso areso areso
so often presented for so short a time timethat tme tmethat timethat
that unless commanders of ofslngle single
that guns gunsare gns gnsare gunsare I
are allowed alowed and nd encouraged to t act on ontheir ont onth
their t th lr Initiative Initatve very ver favorable favorble oppor opportunities opportunites opportunlties ¬
tunities tunites will wi often ofen be missed missedInitiative missedInitatve missedInitiative
Initiative Initatve must be encouraged but buteffective butefetve buteffective
effective efetve supervision must be main maintained maintained maintamed
tained This hls result can only be Ob Obtained Obtamed b btlned ¬
tamed tlned by careful cjrerul individual training
The main lesson In South Africa ap appears appears appears ¬
pears to have been be t that infantry can cansuccessfully cansuccessfully
successfully successfuly atack almost any position positionprovided positon positonprovided positionprovided I
provided the attention atenton of ot its defenders defenderscan
can be absorbed by fire fre directed dlreqted by I
bodies of troops other than those en engaged engged engaged ¬
gaged gged in the actual assault assaultThe asaul assaultThe
The best method of arriving at this thisend thisend thisend
end is by the cooperation cooperaton of the two twonr twofr twoor
nr fr th the three thref arms lrmB but If I it i cannot be besecured b bsecured bsecured
secured a second body of
infantry infantr or ormachine ormachine ormachine
machine guns gns should be employed in a afavorable afavorable afavorable
favorable position positon to pump lead upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the enemy whilethe whia whIle te the attacking troops troopsare
are advancing to tothe the assault assaul in fact facta
a position posIton must be attacked attcked by bya a com combined combined cornbined ¬
bined movement rather than by a sin single single singte ¬
gle movement movementThis movement movementThis
This of course renders it more im imperative impertve imperative ¬
perative pertve than ever that commanders commanderswhose commanderswhose commanderswhose
whose units are not seriously engaged engagedshould engagedshould engagedshould
should watch carefully cnrfuly the movements movementsof
of those that that are fighting fghting with wih a view viewto viewgiving
to giving them assistance if necessary necessaryThe necessaryThe
< S > < S > < 8 8The >
The early instruction instructon of our cavalry
in scouting scoutng leaves little ltte to be desired desird i
but officers and ad men want wat more in instruction instructon instructlon ¬
struction structon in the application applcaton of drill dri to tl
field fe1d conditions conditons More time tme should shouldalso I
also be given gven to teaching officers ofcers and andmen ad admen andinert
men the te difference diference in tactics tactcs that is isrequired Isrequired I
required to obtain the fullest fulest effect efect
from the te different diferent weapons with which
they are armed armedStaff aed aedStaf armedStaff I
Staff Staf officers ofcer should shouldacoustom accustom them themselves themseles ¬ I
selves seles to be out of their offices ofces as asmuch asmuch
much as a possible and to to watch watch the theport
training of the several several unit units and re i iport
port to their generals any observations observaton5
that may occur to them themIn themIn themIn
In war wa the most useful staff officer ofcer ofcer1s
is the one who is best practiced m L
practced t
finding fndIng out information informaton for his general
in knowing knowiIg what to do when away
from him and what information Informaton to I Itake
take tke back to him himStaff himStaf himStaff 10
Staff Staf officers ofcers should be trained in inwriting inwriUng inwriting
writing minutes A really realy wellwritten wellwrittenminute weIwriten weIwritenminute I Iminute
minute containing exactly exa ty the right in ¬
formation formaton is a valuable vauable document A
long letter leter may ma contain the same in ¬
formation formaton but not be so valuable
General officers ofcers commanding command ng should
do all al in their power to impress upon uponofficers uponofcers L Lofficers
officers ofcers the necessity necesiy of sending Iii in inwellwritten inwelwritten I IvehlWritten
wellwritten welwritten Cearly clearly expressed and andconcise ad adconcise I Iconcise
concise reports reportsReports re reportsReports > rt
Reports Report which whicl are unreadable from I
bad writing wriIng contain a a mass of irre j
levant matter mater or fail fai to give the I
information Inforation required are useless uselessA
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Thomas W Knox I nox
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saw Mabel labelOggood Osgood Wright
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he hears Ed wardEverett Edward EYer tt Hale HaleWhy HaleTy HaleShy
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what what he saw John J ahn Eaten Eften Cooke
What will wi make Walter Yater A Wyckoff W ckof f
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never neve turned tured his back to Defoe DefoeWhere Detoe DetoeWhere DcfoeWhere
Where did Captain Frederick FreerHk Marryat MarryatAt ra1y t tAt
At tho to Ellen Elen Olney Kirk ICIrkWhat IGrk KirkWhat
What made Colonel Richard H Savage SavageWhy
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more VCh1ter VCh1terVence Yhittier Because we find fnd James ame Greenleaf GreenleafWhence Greenlef GreenlefVCh1ter GreenleaYhittier t
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attendant atendant a at official ofcial receptions receptons given givenby givenby
by the American Amerlcnofcias officials His Hi engage engagement engagement
ment to 0 a young French lady was wa re recently recenty ¬
cently centy c announcd announced They were ere to have havebeen haveben
been ben married in March Marh The names of ofthe orthe
the t he Russians in the case cae have 1ve not yet yetbeen yetbeC
been beC ascertained ascertainedAlbany acertained acertainedAlbany
Albany N Y March llnrch 5 bohn John Wison WisonDurant Wilson WilsonDurant
Durant who is reported to have been beenkilled beenkied
killed kied in a duel at Ostend was an Al Albanian Albanlan Albanian
banian and d comes of a prominent proJlnent fam family famiy ¬
ily iy i ly He was as in Albany in December DecemberWhile DecemberVhie
While Vhie here his friends say he acted in ina ina
a a manner indicating indictng that his mind was wasunbalanced s sunbala
unbalanced unbalancedIn unbala ced cedIn
In the he hands of one of his friends heJiaced he heplaced
placed Jiaced a a number of f letters which he herequeste
requested requeste should be sent at stated in intervals interals
tervals terals to a certain woman In Paris ParisFor ParisFrreasons
For Frreasons reasons best bes known to himself only
Durant Durnt wanted this man to think that thathe thathe
he was still sti in America Ameica His apparent apparenttrouble apparnt apparnttrouble apparenttrouble
trouble with this
wih woman is supposed supposedto
to be at the bottom bttom and eventually eventualy eventualyculminated
culminated in the duel in which he lost
his life When Whenhe hC he left he did not take takeall rke rkeal takeall
all al his baggage leaving a large amount amountn
in i n Albany MOny To his friends he said Said he
intended to go to Paris Pars finish fnIsh some
business on hand and return rturn here in a
w months monthsSTILL mnths
Declare Declae They Will Wil Do Something Somethng If IfBonetti
Bonetti onet Does Doe Not Apologize ApologizeResolutions Aploge
Resolutions R olution Adopted AdoptedThe AdoptedThe
The Italians Halans who are are after afer Charles CharlesBonetti CharlesBonett
Bonetti Bonett met again last lat night in n the theclub t e eolub
club room rm on State street and devoted devotedthe devote
the evening to making uncompliment uncomplimentary u cm lment lmentary ¬
ary remarks concerning concering the fe candidate candidatefor cadidate cadidatefor
for dlDlomatlo di lomtC honors honorsThe honorsThe honorsThe
The original orgnal 117 17 were were there and as asmany a
many as a had ha an a opportunity opportuniy de denounced denounccd ¬
flounced Mr Ir Bonetti Bonett Liar dis dishonest dishonetman dishonet ¬
honest honetman man we will pursue purue him tothe to tothe
the the finish fnIsh were some of the things thingssaid things thingsu
saidA u
A resolution resoluton drawn drwn up and signed signedby siged sigedby
by all present charges chars that th3 Bonetti Bonett is isa isa isa
a a prevaricator revacItor and wants want to know knowwhat kow kowwhat
what he means by saying he doesnt doent
live lve among aong dagoes dagoesWe dooes dooesWe dagoesWe
We want Bonetti Bonett < to o confess confes his hi
fault fault the resolutions rolutons continue ntnue say sy sy1at
that 1at he has ha done wrong and ad beg bg the thepardon thearon thepardon
pardon aron of the Italians Ialans of this city en If
he will wil not do this we will wIl do some something somethln something ¬
thing thingIn thln thlnIn thingIn
In answer to the statement satement that Bo Bonetti Bonett Bonetti ¬
netti nett had voted all al the the Italians Itias here oere
for McKInley last lat fall fat they the said sad It I
is not true We Ye all al voted for whom whomwe whomw whomsve
we w pleased pleed We are ar not ruled rled by Bo Bonetti Bonett Bonetti ¬
netti nett by Jachetta Jacheta or by any an one We Weare Weare Weare
are all free Americans AmericansR Americns AmericnsR
R Nordlinger Nordlnger a a a fellow countryman countrymanof counlr3
of Mr Bonetti BO neW sends the te following to toThe toThe toThe
The Herald HeraldReferring HeraldReferring
Referring to the controversy cOttrvery be between betwen betureen ¬
tureen twen the Italians llans from Calabria Cablia and andthe andthe
the wouldbe squire Mr Bonetti Bonet I Iwish IwIsh Iwish
wish to say y that tha an a educated eucte man ma does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not express himself as a he has ha done rc reflecting rcfectng rcfleeting ¬
fleeting fectng on his countrymen countrmen from Ca Calabria CaInbri CalabriaargoMr ¬
labria Inbri labriaargoMr ergo rgMr Mr Bonettt Bone Is I not an ed educated at atucated Hl Hlucate ¬
ucated ucate man manMr ma manMr
Mr Bonetti Bonett was still si excited excite yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day over the denunciations
deunciations heaped heapedupon heaped heapedupn heapedupon
upon upn him but he was wa still sti full ful of fight fightHe fght fghtHe fightHe
He said sad the committee commite appointed at atthe at1he atthe
the 1he meeting metng had not called nled upon him himand himand himand
and that he would woud not receive rCve It if it itdid itid itdid
did id call cal He had been given much as assurance 3 assumance ¬
surance surance of support for the consulship cnulship
he 3s after as a result r ul of the assaults assaultsmade 3ault assaultsmade
made upon him and ad he is more confi confident cnf coafident ¬
dent than ever of getting gting e the job jobSYSHE jobSAYS
David Davd Taylor Causes cau s Arrest rest of a aBartender aaender aBartender
Bartender BartenderDavid BartenderDavid aender
David Davld Taylor says S yg he was w knocked in inthe inthe
the head hed held by two tw men men while whie an another Q Qothe artother ¬
other othe robbed robbe him of SO and an then thrown thrownin
in a semiconscious seconious condition cndlUpn out the theback t theback
back door of a asalon saloon The robbery robbe is isalleged Isalege Isalleged
alleged alege to have Jvc been bencmmlted beencommitted committed in the te theCrystal
Crystal Crtl saloon slon about 7 oclock Monday Mondayevening londa Mondayevening
evening by the bartender barender Dominlco DominlcoPlescio DominicoPlescia
Plescio PlesIa and two unknown unknQ men who whomade whomade
made their ther escape escapeAlthough escapeAlthough
Although Altough ep the the crime is is s alleged alege to have havebeen have havebeen
been committed commite in the front part par of the thesaloon te
saloon and almost alm0t before dark yet the thepolice thepolce theL I
police polce knew le nothing nothng of the affair ttalr until untilyesterday unti untilyesterday L
yesterday yesteray morning moring about abut 10 oclock when whenTaylor whenI
Taylor who claimed claime to have been the thevictim thevicUm thevictim I
victim of It I appeared appEed at at the police polce sta station staton ¬
tion ton looking lokng like lke he had hd just recovered recoveredfrom recoveredrom recoveredtrom L
from rom a a big jag and told his thrilling thrillingstory thrUinf thrillin thrillinstory
story sor PSesoia Fela was wa immediately Imediately located locatedat locate locatesat
at the saloon salon where wher he he was ws going abouthis about abouthis abouthis
his work as usual and was a arrested by
Officer Ofcer Sperry per much to the te surprise surprse of ofthe orthe 01 01the
the Italian Ialan who who declared declare that he was not noteven notoven noteven
even at the saloon when the robbery robber was wasalleged wasaleg watalleged
alleged aleg to have been be committed committedTaylor commite committTaylor
Taylor claims calms to r b be a miner from Fris Frisco FnisCo Is Isco ¬
co He says he came to town wIh with about abolt
5240 240 on him last lalt Saturday Sturday on his way ay to
Colorado Colordo where he claims clams to have a wile wileand wIe wIead wifeand
and ad family faiy He said sd that Monday he hespent hespent in inspent
spent the most of the day about the
Crystal Crysl saloon S on spending sPGdlng money freeiy freeiyand freey freeyand freei3and ther r
and drinking drnkng a little ltte with the boys bo s About I
7 oclock oclok that night he alleges alege that the I
bartender Plescla Plecia known kown as a Jim im Sulli Sullivan Sul uhJI uhJIvan ¬
van suddenly knocked knocke him over the t
head with ith a a club cub and at the same sme time Limeanother timeanother S Sanother
another man he declares delar seized him himaround hImaround binaround
around the legs leg while whie still sU 1 another anothergrabbed anothergbed L Lgrabbed
grabbed gbed his arms ars He He said that Sulll Sul Siillivan j
van then seized Ize his pocketbook and lie In e ewas S Swas I Iwas
was then thrown throw out the back door doorA dor dorA
A man who claimed to know Taylor told
came Taylor i
Officer Ofcer Williams Vllam5 last lat night that he was waswith wa wa wawith
with wih Taylor after afer the time tme he he claimed
to have been ben robbed and andthat that he had his hismoney hismone hismoney
money mone at that time tme The police polce accord ¬
ingly look lok with wib doubt dubt upon pon his story
Sullivan was arraigned before
Sulan wa arrige beor Judge
Timmony yesterday ycster y on a charge chare of rob rb ¬
bery and entered entere a plea of not guilty glty He Hewas Hewa liewas
was wa placed VI aced under 1000 10 bonds which his
friends furnished and his hearing heln was wasset wasset wasset
set for next Thursday Thurday at a 2 p m mWashed mWahed inWashed
Washed Wahed Up Prom Fom the te Sea Seaan Sea SeaSan
San an Francisco March SjThe 5 The body bodyof bodyof bodyof
of a Chinese sailor sBor undoubtedly undoubtdly one of ofthe otthe
the crew crewot of the te Rio de Janeiro has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been picked up on the te Marin arin county countyside countyside countyside
side of the bay It I Is expected expeted that thatother thatoter thatother
other oter bodies will wil soon son drift ashore ashoreTo ahore ahoreTo ashoree
e ss ssTo
To Cure Cue a Cold in i One Day Daytake Daytake ay aytce
take tce Laxative Laatve Bromo romo Quinine Tablets TabletsAll Tablet TabletsAll
All druggists drgists refund the money m n y H f it itfails i itfails
fails rais to cure cnr2 33 1 W Graves signature signatureis s
is on each box box2Ik 2Sc
HiltnluANo CDIPAMQ v KLLEO i rn rnHiltnluANo
Corps Attacked by In Insurgents Insurgen ¬
surgents surgen ts in Cavite CaviteBEBELS 03 yi tee teeo
I t
Manila IanUn March Marh 1 1A A wagon wag n train trin and anda andadotachnarat i ia
a detachment detachmnt of the signal sigal corps crps together togetherwith togeter togeterwih togetherwith
with wih six sx Maccabee Maccbee scouts sut were attacked attackedby nttlted nttltedby attadkadby
by tho insurgents Insurgents about midway miday between betweenthe betwee betweenthe
the town of Sllong SHag and ad Das Marinas Marna inCvite in inCavite InCavite
Cavite Cvite Three Thre Americans Amercans were 1dlit kilted and andtwo ad adtwo sadtwo
two of the Maccabbee Mac < bbo scouts suts were wound wounded nd nde ¬
ed e while whIe one man is missing mhng Four Fourhorses Fourhore Fourhorses
horses hore and one mule were wer wei kitted kille Captain CaptainMair Captn CaptnMalr CaptainMair
Mair with wih detachments detomen of Intantr infantry and andcavalry andcvalr andcavalry
cavalry cvalr from Sllang arrived ave at the scene sceneof 9 soesseof
of the surprise surrise too to late to rnt6ept intercept the theenemys theenemys thenemys
enemys e netreat netreatIt trel 1reatIt
It is persistently prslstet rumored rmore that Colonel ColonelWilder Coonel CoonelWIder Colonelilder
Wilder WIder W Wt ilder chief chie of the he Manila police Cap ¬
tain t am Gaines Ganes in charge chare Mnll of o polce the te Manna amA
secret sret s service nlce and ad lieutenant Giilespie
will wl1 w ill be ordered orderd to rejoin Lleutnat their UIer regiments regimentso n
No N o orders to this effect have regm yet bam
issued issuedUeneral l ssuedGeneral ued uedGeerl eIet ye be
General Geerl Davis provost prvost marshal marshl of Ma
nlia nIl n un uenied having recommended these
rcommende thee theechange
changes change c The oftioecs ofa themselves assert
that t the stories storie are circulated circu1ue by persons
Interested Interetd I In trading with the insurgents Insurgent
It 1t is charged ohargd in 1 certain ceran quarters quarter that
the t he police are over o r zosuoim in making mk1ng
arrests arrest a ao of alleged nleged insurgents Insur nts under Gee Ganeral Goneral
eral o ral MacArthurs lIacArtura proclamation No noti notieatiern ¬
proclamaton noi
fication fcton h has ha been be n given gien concerning the therial
trial tria t of Carmen Caren Carranza larz and others o
who w ho were wer arrested arreted by the police polceon polceoncharge e on
charges charge c of dealing dealng with the insurgents insurgentsand 18urgents 18urgentsand insurgentsnd
j and a nd the police poHc have been ordered to refer referll
all a ll cases in which they shall subsequently rer rera
ao tey shal subseuetly
obtain obtin o evidence dence to the provost provos marshal marshaleneral
general g for report reprt to the military miitay gov governor govcror govrnor
ernor rests cror restsThe e r estsThe for investigation Investgaton before making maing ar a amests
The commission has decided decide to double doubleprovement
te the lPpropratlon appropriation of IOQOOO 01 for the Im Improvement urnrovemont
1 provement p of Manila harbor hrbQr and hag hagpassed hasassed
passed pased p assed a bill bil accepting aCCptng the transfer of the theAlala
Manila Alala public pUblc library libraryArrived lbrr lbrrAved lIbraryArrived
Arrived Aved From Fom Philippines PhilippinesWashington Phippine PhilippinesWashington
Washington Vahingon March Marh 5 5eneral General Shelter Shafterfrom Shafer Shaferfrom Shelterrom
from f rom San Francisco Frncisc reported reportd the death deat at atsea itoa atea
sea oa s ea on the transport trspor Meade Mede which ar arrived ¬
rived rive r here on Monday of Private J a E
Fleury Fleur F company compay E Third cavalry Calr on
Feb 15 of chronic tuberculosis The Theransport
transport trsport t brought General Freeman Frema nine nineyeight ¬
tyeight telght t sick soldiers slders nine Inse insane sol ¬
diers d iers lortythree military m1tar convicts convict The Theremains TheremaIns Theemains
remains r rn of ten diseased dissd soldiers sldiers and a anumber aumber
number n of officers ofcer and privates privatesEnglands prvate privatesEnglands
a i
Englands Ho Noted ted WomanmanLoulsvle WomanmanLouisville Womanman WomanmanLouisville
Louisville Loulsvle Courier CourierJournal CourierJournal CourierJournalThe Journal JournalThe
The revelation revelation that Mr lIr Murray
Hill HI the Tammany politician poltcian of New NewYork NewYort NewYork
York Yort was asa a woman has ha revived inter interest interest Interat ¬
est e at in Engl Engu at d in Dr James Barry Barrywho Barrywho Barrywho
who rose to h the rJe rank rnk of Inspector inspetor gen general generl genral ¬
eral erl e ral of the army medical department departmentIn
In giving his extraordinary exraordInary career careerthe creer creerthe careerhe
the t he Dictionary Dlotonary of National Natonal Biography Biographysays Biogph Biogphsas
says sas s She is said to have been the thedaughter thedaughter theaughter
daughter d of ofa a Scotch earl She entered enteredthe enteredhe
the t he army as a hospital hospitl assistant fslstant at attired attred attired ¬
tired tred as a man man on July 5 1813 She soon soonsecured son sonsecured L Lecured
secured s promotion promotQ being beng appointed as assisiant assistant asisant
sisiant s isant surgeon sureon in i 1815 general in In1851 In1851and 1851 1851and 1851ndjn9pector
and a ndjn9pector inspector general in 1858 and was wasplaced waspla watla
placed pla p la ed d on half hal pay in i 1859 1S59In 1859In 1859In
In 1819 Lord Albemarle AIemarle met her at atCape atCape atCape
Cape Town where she was wa attending atending
Lord Charles Somerset the t governor governorShe governorShe governorShe
She is Isdesrled described as a the most skillful skillfulof skiful skifulof i if
of o f surgeons surgens and the most wayward wawad of ofmen oJmen 01 01nca
men i In appearance a beardless lad ladwith ladwith ladwith
with an unmistakably Scotch type of ofcountenance 01 E Eountenance
countenance c cc reddish hair har and high highcheek highcheek 1 1heek
cheek c bones There was wa a certain certai ef effemInacy efemlnacy
feminacy f in inhis his manner manner nner jvhhhe whfh he it was wasalways w wa waalvays i
always striving strivingto to overcome His style styleof styltf
of o ot f conversation conversaton was wa grenty greatly superior superiorto
to t o that usually usualy heard < at t a mess table tablein tabhn abe abeIn
in I n those days daysShe daysShe daysShe
She had no small smal share shae of oersonal oersonalcourage DerSOns nersona nersonacourage
courage and often quarreled quareled At the theCape theCape theCape
Cape she fought a duel Her temper tempermade tempermade tempomade
made her frequently frequenty guilty git of breaches breachesof breachetof
of disciDHne d sc1ne and more than once she shewas shewas I Iwas
was sent to England under arrest but butshe butshe bu t tshe
she was always alway pardoned pardonedA
A correspondent crspondent writing wrtng to a a London Londonpaper Londonpaper I Ipaper
paper says saysI
I think thnk you will wil find fnd that when whensome whensome whensome
some some before his death Dr
years year bfore Barry Barrywas Barrywas Bamrlwas
was was stationed statoned at Georgetown Geor etown B G Ghe Ghe Ghe
he was wa bowled bowled put out so to o speak He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had fallen faIen so seriously ill i that the doc doctors doctors dectore ¬
tors called caled in to o attend at nd him had tooerhaul to tooverhaul t toverhaul
overhaul him with the result resul that tat his hissex hissex hi I Isex
sex was revealed reveled He appealed to his hisbrother hisbrother hi S Sbrothermedices
brother brothermedices medicos medic to keep his secret and andthis nndthis ant I Ithis
this was was done until unti his death deathShe deathShe deathShe
She died in London in I 1S65 when an anofficial anofcial ai I Iofficial
official ofcial report of her sex was sent s nt to the theHorse te teHorse theHorse
Horse Guards Love for an army am sur surgeon s surgoon r rgeon ¬
geon is said to have prompted her ex extraordinary extrordinary cxtmaordInar ¬
traordinary trordinary conduct conductTwo conduc conducTo conductC
C 5 5Two
Two To Wyoming WyoIng Men MenWashington IttenWashington en enVashingon
Washington Vashingon Post PostIn Post PostIn
In the te administration of President Presid nt Har Harrison Harrison liarneon ¬
rison Senator Clark of Wyoming then thenpracticing a apracticing aprctcIng
practicing prctcIng lawyer in the territory terrltcry as it itwas Itwas i t twas
was in those days da was appointed appointe a judge judgeof C Cof
of the territorial terrIorial court He was wa not cer certain certain certale ¬
tain about accepting acetng the position positon and he hewent hewent It e ewent
went over to have a talK with Judge Corn Cornthe Cornthe t tthe
the Democratic Democratc incumfcent incumfcentHello Incument IncumentHelo iacumbantHello
Hello Helo Clark said sid the judge Have Haveyou Haveyou e eyou
you come over to be sworn swor in inNo inNo inNo
No said Clark Clark I have not yet yetmade ye t tmade
made up my mind to take the te place placeOh placeOh placeOh
Oh take it by all al manner of means meanssaid meanssid meanssaid
said sid Judge Corn Cor It I is a pleasant pleant Job Joband j jand
and I think you youwllke will like it itBut It itBut
But sid said Clark CIrk I have a good goo many manyprivate manyprivatu man manprivate
private matters mttors to attend atend to t and I can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not accept for fr some time tme yet anyway
If I I conclude to take the place I anyn anynI will w1 let letyou letyou ie ieyou
you know knowAll l knowAll > now nowAl
All Al right said Judge Corn Corn Come Comeover Comeover S Sover
over and I will wil swear you In but but be beadded headded b badded
added with wih a laugh laugh while wIe I can swear swearyou 3wearyou sweayou
you in all al creation cannot qualify qualfy you youSmallpox youo youSmailpox
o c C CSmalpox
Smallpox Smalpox Reports HeportsSeven 1 ReportsSeven pors porsSeven
Seven cases ce of smallpox salpox wore woe reported reportedto roprted roprtedt reporteto
to t tho health heth department deparmet yesterday yestoday for forquarantine forQuarntne to p
quarantine Quarntne The victims vitm are William Wiiam G GWorkman GVrkmn C CVorkman r pr
Workman Vrkmn jr aged 19 years yers residing residng at atG5 atw a t
G5 South Third East E street sreet Eva Ea M MJames 11 ilJames
James ames aged 25 2 at 660 GO Fouth street stret Oscar OscarCarlson 1 1Carison
Carlson aged aed G at 2 i South Suth Third Thr East Eaststreot Eas C Cstreet
street stre John ohn O Sfeadbeck Stedbek aged e 22 2 at atS a t tsai
808 S South Third East Et street May Bakes Bakoraged BauI Bakesaged
aged 10 and Maud Baker aged 3 recently recentlyarrived reenly reenlyarrIve recentl IT ITarrived
arrived arrIve from Portland Portand and ad Retta Reo Butler Butleraged Buter Buterage Butleiaged
aged age 9 years living lving at 336 3 South West WestTemple Wes C CTemple
Temple street streetThe stret stretThe streetThe
The state 3tte board of health hehh received reehe the thefollowing thefdloing th e efollosving
following fdloing smallpox smalpox reports rprs yesterday yeerd yeerdGreen
16 Green River 1 Ogden Ogen since Ifest lt report t
The Grip Grp Cure That Does Cure CureLaxative CureLaxative re reLaxatve
cause Laxative Laxatve BromoQuinine removes remc es the thecause thecnuse tli Le Lecause
Served Sered ServedThmItlght ServedThmItlghtChicago Him Bight BightChicago dht
Chicago Chicgo Record RecordGeneral v vGeneral
General Dewet was wa captured cPturd Saturday Saturda Saturdaon v
on the London Stock Exchange Exchange and andserved it itserved Itserved
served him right rght for he had no business businessto businesto
to be there with wIh his country countr needing needng his hisservices hisserices It Is Isservices
services serices at the front frontnothing1 front fronto frontNothing
o o
Nothing Nothg lake Le Being Beng Enterprising Eterriing
Detroit Free Press PressAn PressAn PressAn
An Edinburgh ustronomer has ha discov discovered 1sy 1syered Uscoiered ¬
ered a new star str In the constellation constelaton Per Perseus Perseus Fe I Iseus ¬
seus Before night Mr Tesla will wU doubt doubtless toubtless ¬
less announce that he has ha communicated communicted communictedwIh communicatewith tci
with wIh it It
Over O ver 300 Delegates Delegate at at the First FirstAnnual FirstAnnual FirstAnnual
Annual Convention ConventionOBJECTS Conventon Conventont ConventonOfEfS Conventionoiricrs
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Denver Ienver March March 5 iAbout 5About About 800 3 dele delegates deletc dolegttes ¬
gates tc were present preent when whe the first frt frtnual an annual i inual ¬
nual convention of the American ericn Cat Cattle Ctte C I Itie ¬
tie te Growers Grwer association asocl ton was wa called cale to toorder toorder toorder
order in the Tabor Tbr opera house at It Itoclock 1 11 11oclock
oclock 9cock today tda by A A H Robinson tem temporary tm tmporry ternporary ¬
porary porry president The entire territo territory terrto terrtor territomy ¬
ry r west of the Missduri lUssduri river is repre represented represeted repremInted ¬
mInted seted the largest larget delegations delegions being beingthose bin binthose beingthose
those of Colorado Colordo Wyoming Texas TexasNew Texa TexasNew
New Mexico Arizona Aizona and Nevada NevadaA Nevaa
A temporary tempolr organization orgnlZlon was wa effect effected efect efectcd effected ¬
ed at Salt Lake City Cl during the recent recentconvention recenconventon recentconvention
convention conventon of the National Natonal Livestock Livestockassociation Livestok Livestockassociation
association asociation The convention conyenton will wil de decide decide diecide ¬
cide whether the new association shall shallbe shallbe
I aaon shal
I I be independent of the National Natln Live Livestock Livestock Livestock ¬
stock association asociaton or work as a a sub subdivision subdiYision subdivision ¬
division of it It it The officers ofcer of the Na National Natonal Natlonal ¬
tional tonal association asociaton are ar watching watchlns the pro projected plO plOjected projected ¬
i jected organization orgnizaton jealously jeously ready rey to tobut tocooperate tocooperate
cooperate If I it Is to be be an an auxUa auxiliary o obut r4
but to fight fght it i if it i is to be independent independentund indepndent indepndentand L Lanti
und a rival rivalWelcoming rivali rivalWelcoming
i i Welcoming addresses were made mae at atthe atI atthe
I I the morning moring session of the convention conventionby conventon conventonby
I by Governor Orman and ad Mayor Ma or John Johnson Jhnon JOhnson ¬
son on Responses Response were rnede on behalf behalfof bhalf bhalfof
i of the association asociaton by F S Luak Lus of ofCalifornia ofCalornia ofCalifornia
I California Calornia and A S Vandoran Vandorn of New NewMexico NewMexico NewMexico
Mexico Mexicoj MexicoMi
I j Mr M Vandoran Yandorn explained explaned the objects objectsi objets
i of the association which he said pro proposes proposes ¬
poses to work to secure legislative pro protection protection ¬
j tection of the ranges for the he cattle cattlegrowers cattlegrowers
growers and enable them to meet the theincreasing theincreasing
increasing demand for beef both at athome athome
home and abroad abroadA
A C Cleveland of Nevada delivered deliveredan
an address which evoked hearty ap applause applause
plause Mr Cleveland said saidLittle saidLittle
Little Use for Sheepmen SheepmenThe
The woolgrowers of America have havean hsxean
an association of their own and there thereIs
Is no reason why the cattlemen should shouldnot shouldnot
1 not have one There Is no reason why whya
a cattleman should contribute to an anassociation anassociation
association which does not protect his hisinterests hisInterests
interests interestsThe InterestsThe
The west belongs to the cattlemen cattlemenThey cattlemenThey
They were the people who reclaimed reclaimedthe reclaimedthe
the country from the Indians Who Whoever Whoever
ever heard of a sheepman being killed killedby killedby
by Indians Many of us who are in inthe Inthe
the cattle business have had relatives relativeskilled relativeskilled
killed by the Indians I had a son sonkilled sonkilled
killed by the Indians but there were vrereno wereno
no sheepmen in the country at that thattime thattime
time Sheepmen are too slow to catch catchup catchup
up with any danger dangerI
I 1 am referring to those men who whohave whohave
have their all invested in five dogs a awagon a awagon
wagon and a few sheep Those men menhave menhave
have no respect for the rights of ofothers ofothers
others We in our country have no notrouble notrouble
trouble with them because there is a acertain a acertain
certain tax levied which keeps them themout themout
out of the state I have never myself myselfhad myselfhad
had any trouble with sheepmen I have haveavoided haveavoided
avoided them when I could and they theyare theyare
are anyway too slow to associate with withcattlemen withcattlemen
cattlemen cattlemenAt
i At the close of Mr Clevelands speech speechadjourment Speechadjourment
adjourment was taken until 2 oclock oclockThe oclockThe
i The afternoon session was mainly de devoted dcvoted ¬
voted to the consideration ofthe con constitution constitution ¬
stitution and bylaws presented presentedby by the theexecutive theexecutive
executive committee No final action actionwas actionwas
was taken and no permanent organiza organization organization ¬
tion was effected effectedMEETING effectedMEETNGoi
Large Attendance at the Session at atPendleton atPendleton
Pendleton Ore OrePendleton OrePendleton
Pendleton Ore March 5 5The The fourth fourthannual fourthannual
annual convention of the Pacific North Northwest Northwest ¬
west Woolgrowers association met methere methere
here today and will continue three threedays threedays
days Governor Seer gave the welcom welcoming welcomlug ¬
lug address for Oregon T G Halley Haileyfor Halleyfor
for the city and Colonel F M Malone Maloneof
of Miles City Mont responded for the thedelegates thedelegates
delegates delegatesThis delegatesThis
This afternoon President Gooding1 de delivered dielivered >
livered his annual address in which he hetook hetook
took strong grounds against the leas leasing leesing ¬
ing of public lands the exclusion of ofthe ofthe
the sheep from the forest reserves and anddemanded anddemanded
demanded federal legislation compel compelling compelling ¬
ling manufacturers to brand plainly plainlyall plainlyall
all goods in which shoddy is a a constitu constituent constituent ¬
ent entJ
J N Williamson of Crook county
Ore spoke on Ravages of Wild Ani Animals Animals ¬
mals this afternoon after which the theconvention theconvention
convention voted to send a telegram to tothe tothe
the Washington legislature asking the theenactment theenactment
enactment of a law giving bounties for forcoyote forcoyote
coyote scalps scalpsThis scalpsThis
This evening Professor W J Spill Spillman Spillman
man of Pullman Wash Agricultural Agriculturalcollege Agniculturatcollege
college spoke on Grasses and Eagen EagenPatrick EugenaPatrick
Patrick of Shoshone Ida on Lincoln LincolnSheep LincolnStreep
Sheep The attendance Is very large largesix largesix
six states being represented representedHAD representedHAD
May Kuhn Concluded to Notify the thePolice thePolice
Police PoliceThe PoliceThe
The poHcc station seeqw to have be become benome ¬
come a refuge for wandering smallpox smallpoxpatients smallpoxpatientsat
patients patientsat at least the police think so sofrom sofrom
from the number and regularity with withwhich wititwhich
which patients are calling at the depart department departInent ¬
ment to let them know that they have the
disease The second patient within the thepast thepast
past three days walked into the office late lateyesterday lateyesterday
yesterday atternoon and informed the
desk sergeant that she had the disease diseaseI
i me statement was not neeassuny for a
look at the patients face which was wascovered wascovered
I covered with well developed pustules told toldone toldthe
the story The visitor ns Hay 1uhn 1uhnone
one of the demi monde mondeWhen mendsben
When ben the woman announced her tree troubld treeb
bld b the desk sergeant ordered She woman womanto womanto
to keep her distance white he called for forDr forDr
Dr King The doctor said that the pest pesthouse pestiieuse
house was full at the present and > or orI ordred
I dared the woman sent back to her apart apartments apartments ¬
ments until today when sine will be re redered removed
moved The woman was accordingly or ortiered
tiered to clear out as quickly as pos possible peesible ¬
sible and the office was put pu through a afumigating atumigattng
fumigating process processThe processThea
The officers are thinking of erecUn erecUnbooth erecting a abooth
booth outside and putting up a sign t tall that thatI
I all smallpox patiente will be received receivedthere receivedthere
5 go goAcquitted
1 Acquitted of Murder MurderSyracuse MurderSyracuse
Syracuse N Y March 5 5Ernest 5ErnestHecht Ernest ErnestHecht
Hecht accused of murdering Mrs MrsLouia MrsLouise
Louise Foster was tonight acquitted acquittedby
by the jury The case has keen on ontrial ontrial
trial for eight days The defense wag wagtaken wantaken
taken that Mrs Foster committed sui suicide suidde
cide Hepht was found in the room roomwith roomwith
with the tody and was alleged to have havokilled havekilled
killed the woman after she had tried to tocommit tocommit
commit suicide and failed
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