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TWENTYNINTH NINTn YEAR AR SALT LAKE AKE CITY UTAH WBDNESDAY DECE DECEMBER IBER 18 1901 NUMBER 202
POSTMASTER GENERAL GENERALSMITH GENERALI GENERALSMITH GENERALSMITH I
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SMITH HAS RESIGNED RESIGNEDHenry
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Henry C Paine raiDe of Wisconsin Will Be Chosen as asSuccessor asSuccessor asSuccessor
Successor SuccessorOfflofet SuccessorR8tirinib
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R8tirinib Retiring Offlofet ff i r Returns R turn to His > D Duty tyAs As A E Editor iiorof of a aNewspaper aNewsp aNewspaper
Newspaper Newsp per
II 7ASHINGTON T Dec 17 liCbarIu liCbarIuV 17CharteJy Charles CharleslW
V lW 1 Jy V Emory Smith OL o Philadelphia has DStendered Jta Jtatndered
tendered te t th tiN J president ptdintformal d t his hisformal hi hiformal
formal resignation reigna tion as postmaster gen general ceneral geni ¬
i era eral to take effect e < e t eerly next month monthand mOlltband monthand
and Henry C Payne of o Wisconsin Wl coJUdn vice vicechairman Ticecnairm vicectiairintn
chairman cnairm n of the Republican national nationalcommittee natkmalcommittee natlunalo
o committee has accepted the tender of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the office to which he will be nomi nominated nomlatEd nomtj ¬
j nated after the holiday hoUd y recess Mr MrSmith MrSmith MrSmith
Smith ha has agreed to remain until Jan Janii
15 1 If f necessary but will return im imsnediatHy iml1ediatly irnnediatIy
snediatHy thereafter to Philadelphia Philadelphiato
to resume the editorship of the Phila Philadelphia Philadelphia Philap ¬
p delphia Press PressIbis
Ibis 1 1 his < hange was as formally announce announceat announcei announceiat
I at todays S session se on of th cabinet All Alle AIlme Allm
> e members me m mbers bers of the cabinet expressed expressedtheir expressedtheir expressedtheir
their profound regret aud the presi president prestdtnt president ¬
dent paid plti a very v ry impressive Impress e tribute to tothe tothe tothe
the services and personality of the re retiring retiring retiring ¬
tiring member of his ifflcial family He Hesaid He8tid lieaid
said that ho h had sought to persuaae perz1 e Mr MrSmith MrSmah Mrrnth
Smith rnth t alter his determination end pndto nd ndto
to 1 renin r ndn in the cabinet but without withouteucct withoutsuect withoutsucct
eucct ti a and ne had finally flnall accepted acceptedMr acccIJt tcccptedMr d dMr
Mr Smiths reasons as decisive decisiveMr dtc dtcMr decstMr
Mr Smith mith first ftl t announced to the thepresident thepnsldent thepresIdent
president the letter part of last month monthihat monthlhlt montethat
that he h had decided to return to his hiseditorial hi hiItorial hiseditorial
editorial Itorial duties The president at that thatlime thattIme that1me
lime 1me urged him to t remain remainMr remainMr remainMr
Mr Kmith however hrw ver had been fre frequently fr frquenUy frcquently ¬
quently rem remIf rireu by hs business as associates 81eociatee asI ¬
I sociates c f the dutes devolving on him himand himand himand
and was anxcus to return to them He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had several severa talks Iks with Prident ° re ident Roose Roosevelt rooSfelt rooscvelt ¬
velt elt on the subject 8ub ct and finally DaJtJ1 3 3Saturday
Saturday afternoon afternoont st t formally ten tendered teadered tendered ¬
dered to the president presid ut the foUowiac foUo foUoJett
letter Jett of resignation resignationMr
1 Mr Smiths latter latterWashington LetterWa ettsr ettsrWasNngton
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Washington Wa ington D C Dec 14 14My 191 191My 1 1My
My Dear Mr President Following Followingmy Followir Followirmy Fo1Iowinmy
my verbal communication of some time timeago timeage timeago
ago I beg to tender my resignation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ofQre of postmaster general to touute toiJJte totPKe
uute effect at your early convenience conveniencejn
jn the appointment app inlment < and qualification qualificationc
c my successor successorThis SUCCe1rThis succerThis
This step is fahn aon in ulfillment ulftllme t of ofa ofe ofa
a plan long sine termed rme < for poiely poielypersonal plhelypersonal pnetyperonaI
personal reasons the execution of ofwhich orwhich ofWhich
which has been delayed until it could
t 10 carried carrt > d out without embarrassing embarraJl embarraJlyour 009141
your declared toicy ann an until depart department depart1neiit ¬
ment measure in rhich ih1 h I am amfnt deeply I
Interested fnt rested could o4ldbe be satisfactorily isfactoril ad advanced ¬ I Ianctd
r vanced and anc assured assuredIn l assuredIn sured
In laying down the trust comnitte1 I
to my myhaid hands I want o thank you yeMf1 mcvft mcvftsincerely
sincerely for the confidence you uU br brreposed bve bvereposed
reposed In me and for the tt great t pleas pleasure pjeestire ¬
ure J have found In in au association a
which 1 Las deepened my aatesm for or you youpersonally youpeillODalty youpersonally
personally and my m admiration adnaIra for ibctbe ibctbespirit the thespirit tbeI
spirit and nd aims of your ataitfttaira a ndIallltratlon adiutuIraticz
i tion tionI
I ticzWith With my best wishes that yen may mayj mayhave y yj
j have the largest measure of success encc I Iremain Iretaa Iremajn
remain faithfully yoffr yorsCHALES yoffrCHALES
I CHALES EMORY SMITH SMITHPayne SMITHPayne
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Payne of f eeufnMI Wlrcemn V1senasfnMr i iMr
Mr Staita III delayed clelaTedtM th tM formal tender tenderuntil teaderwatil tenderuntil
until the president had chosen his sue successor 800oe88Or sueee8r ¬
cessor Mr Pmyne is now ow At t his home homein
in Wisconsin His Hl8name H1 name will go Into Intothe intothe
the senate for confirmation the first firstweek IIrstwttk firstweek
week of January He is expected tetl to be beready beready beready
ready to tak charge of tn the office by bythe b bthe bythe
the middle of next n t month at the latest latestIt latentIt
It is stilted ted that no other changes eha to
l the cabinet bInet are at present entcoDtem entcoDtemplated contem contemplated cofltemplated
plated Mr Smith has been postmen postmaster
I ter general p al since nee April 21 1 118 1 sue suci 81ICceedlnc sueceeding
i ceeding James ames A Gary of Maryland Marylandvii Marylandvlituafly
vii vlituafly tually nt t the outset of the Spanish Spanishwar Spanishwar Spanishwar
war Mr Gary had been one of Presi Presldent President President
dent McKinleys original cabinet ap appointees appointees appointeen ¬
pointees but felt himself physically physicallyi physicallyuubIe physicallyunab1e
i un uubIe ble t 18 bear the strain of cabinet cabinetduties cabinetduties
duties during the war Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmasterGeMral PostmasterGeneral
General Smith in an interview spoke spoker
r 8 follows about his action actionAs actionAs actionAs
As Indicated in my letter of esig tgnation
nation this step has been taken in con conformity conformity contormity ¬
formity with a plan formed many manymonths manymonths i imonths
months ago I communicated my mypose pur purpose pure ¬
pose e to the president pre last month with withthe witht18 withthe
the accompanying statement that I Iwished Iwished Iwished
wished to consult his convenience COItve leDce as asto anto I
to the time when I should go out The Thepresident Thepresident I
president was ex exceedingly 17 gradoos rac1oes and andstrongly andstrongly d I
strongly urged me to stay bat finally finallyaccepted finallyaccepted Jy
accepted my reasons as conclusive of ofmy ofmy
my m duty to iryself my lf My relation reJa l Dt with withthe withthe withthe I
the president have been of the most mo mostcordial t tcordial
cordial character and have strength strengthened strengthened thened ¬
ened E L we have worked together We Wehave Wehave Wehave
have been in thorough accord In all allmatters allmatters
matters matt 18 of policy I have formed the thehighest thhichest thehighest
highest estimate e of his lofty and pa patriotic patriotic ¬
triotic standard st < n ard of administration tnl8tratlon and andit andIt I
it has beei bft 1 great pleasure re to cooper cooperate cooperate ¬
ate with him My resignation has eooperI been beendelayed beeadelayed beendelayed
delayed Kynd my myorJs original o laal purpose for fortwo fortwo
two reasons which have been bar harmcnized Mrmcnized barmcntzed
mcnized First tc consult eollftltUle the presi presidents pemdents posIdents ¬
dents wisnea and n ntt t to t embarrass his hisdeclared hisdeclared
declared policy as to his cabinet and andsecond ad8eCOnd awlsecond
second to carry rry forward department departmentpolicies depxtintntpolicies
policies poIl in which I am greatly inter interested IntMted Interested < ¬
ested to a point where their success U Uassured Inaemred
assured My y successor Mr Payne te tea tea
a mam ma who by Y ability experience ex and andwldi
know knowIde wldi of public affairs affairsabiy fc fcably j
ably fitted for the Mae and I Ito iia
tr to > surrender d er the trust to such b excellent
I return to active fcHtrnaHsm jeerilllsntwith fcHtrnaHsmwith ceUeat1
with a feeling of gnat satisfaction satJ
WANT WANTflJBIJCASSAYSMADL WANTflJBIJCASSAYSMADLartin PUBLIC ASSA ts MADt MADtr
Martin r artin of Soath Sct Dkota D ou Wants One in Each Mineral State StateRobert StateRobrjw Robert RobertW I IW
W Brtckeas BlIGk llS Attorney at t Hawaii HawaiiOther H8WSiiOcnor HwaiiOther
Other Haws
djfteial c te Tin ThsTTTASIthPTGTON Hsraid HsraidTTTASH1KQTOK
TTTASH1KQTOK ASJttNGON T Dee > c 17 17lIepre1811 17lIepre1811vV 17ulepretenV Reprew Reprewyy 1
yy vV V tattve Martin 1IIartb1 of South uth Dakota Dakotatoday Dakotatoday I
today Introduced 4 4b1l b bi l providing providIufor ta j
for the establishment of a mining e ex experiinent x > i
perlment station in each miner pee peeducing J
ducing state Each Ea h stutiou snail ifl iflan hare harean
an expert geologist at a salary of I30M I30Mper Po Poper N Nper I
per annum a chemist at I2W 2IO fIOO1 fIOO1equpmert aol aolequpmert BJ BJequipment
equpmert costing 5000 OOO Assays Jl y of ofores ofres o oores
ores res shall be furnished free atd shall
be made public flften tJtte n days after ft being
furnished samples by depositors depositorsAt
At the instance of te interior de department deartment dopartment ¬
partment a bill was waalntroduttd Introduced in the theHouse thebOUIIt ther
r House today providing that forest re reervatkm yeservktlor
ervatkm ands 1 stall be exchanged only I
for lands la ds of like approximate value valueand valueand
and that no denuded denud forest lands shall shallte shahl I
te 1 l exchanged for ether lands landsSenator j I
Senator Warren today introduced intr duced a
bill to pay jurors and witnesses In the j
Tnited States court In Wyoming S3 per perclay relay perray
clay ay for attendance a on and days con consumd
l umed ium d in going to and returning returnin from fromtccurt frn1ccurt
tccurt and 15 cents fl5 a mile going ard ardleturninir aIdeturnln ardL I
L leturninir whfn travel is by stage and I
10 cents a mile when by railroad railroadBreckons railroadBreckons railroadBreckons
Breckons Is Appointed AppointedAfter 6ppointedArter AppointedAfter
After t meeting me ting of fthe the cabinet today 00 00It
it was announced that the president presidenthad presklenfhad presidenthad
had decided to make several Judicial Judicialappointments JudlclayappoiIatmo judichayappointments
appointments > nts durirg durl g the next few fevdays fewdays fewdays
days among them th m that of Robert HobertAll W WALL WALL
ALL FEEL FEEllNDlGMAHT INDIGNANT INDIGNANTAT i iAT I IAT
AT ANGLOAMERICAN ANGLOAMERICANSt I ISt
St Juhns hrs X K D Lc > c 17 17Yaroni 1Marronlwas Marconi j I
was visited officially ott chtl1y at Signal hill to today j I
day by Governor Boye Piemier Bond Bondand Bondand Bndand
and the executive council cO l1dl They 1 y were wereshown nerehown
shown the theireless vireless apparatus which whichwas Whichtca < h
was tca 84 exs explained lained to th thm m No o attempt attemptwas att attemptwas mpt mptwas
was m mj uie to Ii get signals s mals from Eng England I Iland Iland
land bnause b als of the hostility of the theAngloVmeriean thengIo I Inglo
AngloVmeriean nglo merican CaMe Ca le eonpany The Thegovernuent ThegovetiilIent I
governuent officials in visiting viat Mar Marconi Marconi Marconi ¬
coni hl h1 J to consider the protest gainst gainsttheir galnsttheir gainsttheir
their going g ing > mg made by the he superintendent supertn superintendentjf dent dentf
jf f th AngloAmerican AngwA Yrrlt > an Gable abh bll com company company cornpany ¬
pany who > v ho maintain i that the govern government lbvernme1t gbvernment ¬
ment phould iouhd uld not Mntlfy iInt ih nty y Itself with witheither witheither ith
either fith J party The officials decided that thatthe thatthe thatthe I
the scientific aspect aspt > t of the Marconi Marconiplan Marconiplan Marconiplan
plan v a minted th thtlr ir recognising reco l1D him himTher himTher himTher
Ther is i a widespread and glowing glowingfeeling gzowtngifeeling owing I Ifeelin
feeling feelin of indignan indlgna n here over the th theAngloAmtrican j jAngloAnrurican iAftgloAITtl
AngloAnrurican lan T Tletrraph legraph companys companysattitude companysattitude I IRttitudl
attitude toward Moll The vijw vijwtaken lw lwtaken W WtakEn
taken by the nubli < is that the com cornI j ji i ipany i
i pany ay eing that only dy two year d f its ismonoply itsi itsii
i < monoply nonop hy remain should not prevent preventthe ptei preetihe lt ltthe
the colony olln from eriiying the benefits benefitsvl
vl 0 the new inventn inventi c especially as it itmay Itnay ftmay
may take that f p Hel rt to t perfect ertect the theMarcon th th1lar theMareoni
Marcon 1lar < onl system systemThe I systemthe stem stemfbe
The Marconi V > M lrt1t reiEss eU > s Telegraph Telegraphcompany Telegraphcompa1Y Telegraphcompany
company of Lon L n n t and the > Anglo AngloAmerl AngloAmen Anglodon
Amen an Cable able conjany COhJ n also ai o In n Lon Ixmfion LonGun LonsettIepnt
Gun hnvc hi opened o ntd negotiations neg t t t inns for the thesettlement theI thesettlt11rt theAmen I
settlement of the niftVuity < titft uity between betweenthem betwentbem betweenthem
them 1 iing from Mr Marconis work workhere workhere I Ibere
here In th tho > neantimt as It is im important Impor Importart ¬
portant por rt that Marconis Iaron H operations be beexpert beexpe beh
expert expe td < h will i1 ceae at his eTperimentB eTperimentBhere exerimeutshere
here Id l will leave lea next Sunday for forNovr forNov forNov
> Nov jvs tia 1 1 vl v1rc > f > r < in th h event of ofthe nftbe ofthe
the failure > t the present negetfettonii
Breckoas B Bree of Cheyeaae 7 Tfj W an U flaised Hed
States ltat ttea attorney for the district of Ha Hawaii H HwalLKr Hawall ¬
wall walLKr Mr Brechnns Bred R8 had the united en en410nemeat
dorsemeat of the Wyoming delegation ctlerat n
te congress The position was fotsfeerlv fO lMrlT
held by J 1 C Baird of Wyoming a lu
died III Denver last month monthSenator montbtor monthSenator
Senator tor Kearns today received a copy copyof OOPYof copyof
of the resolutions re of respect of the city citycouncil eltycoun citycouncil
council coun iI of Suit S lt Lake paseed shortly shortlyafter shortlyafter
after the death of President McKinley
He will lay these before the senate to tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrowWant Want Eerervoir Franchise FranchiseThe
The Deseret irrigation company and andthe andtbe andthe
the Deeeret It Salt Lake Agricultural Agriculturalor AgriCS1llturalManufa AgricultureManufazturlng
or Manufacturing Manufa turing Canal company filed fileda
a request for a franchise e for a icier reservoir FaIervoir iciervoir ¬
voir site in Millard county and d1re thre
being an error rror in the petition which whichwas whIchwas kicb kicbwa
was wa filed they were sent back tar < or cor correction eorre correctlon ¬
rection re tion TLt 1t LtI were received recelvedeceAt17 recelvedeceAt17and recently recentlyand ecentiyand
and Senator Kearns has urged the ap approval a aproval approval ¬
proval of the same and they were ere ap approved ap approved approved ¬
proved today tOO The proposed pro 08ed reservoir reservolris
is seven miles long two miles wide and andffteen andffteen
ffteen feet deep and in addition to the theone theone theone I
one already in operation will it is Ilieved be ¬
lieved solve the question of irrigation irrigationand
and reclaim the desert land of Millard Millardcounty KJlIardcounty Millardcounty I
county countySenator countySenator I ISenator
Senator Kearns was much gratified gratifiedthis gratifiedthis
this evening at the announcement of ofthe ofthe ofthis I
the appointment of Henry C Payne of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the national committee as postmaster postmastergemeraU postmastergeneraL ter terbe
generaL gemeraUhe
he will select another site for a wire wireless wireleu wireless
less telegraph station The Inventors Inventorswork InventorFw inventorwk
work w k in Nova fva Scotia will 111 occupy cupy him himabout himabmit I Iabout
about a week he will then leave for forLondon forLondon forLondon
London via Halifax Ha Jltax Marconi expects expectstha expectsthat I Ithat
that tha t the negotiations between the two twocompanies twocompanies twocompanies
companies will be satisfactorily ter terminated termJnated terminated ¬
minated before he reaches England EnglandIn EnlandIn
In that event he b will make prepara preparations preparatlo prepare4ions ¬
tions tlo for the erection of a wireless s tel telegraph telecraph telegraph ¬
egraph station either at St Johns or orat 01at orat
at Canso Nova Iva Scotia If Nova Scotia Scotiais
is seleTtd sel the sta station Oll there wiii prob probably probably probably ¬
ably ba erected next n t suring suringPIERRA 1IJJringIERRA lng lngPIERRA
PIERRA TURftD TURM DOWN DOWNSecretary DOWNlecntary DOWNleeretary
Secretary Boot Will Hot Defer Cuban CubanElection CubanElection CubanElection
Election ElectionWashington ElectionWt81drton ElectionWiahlagton
Washington Dec 17 178e 17Secretary < Secretary retary Root Rootaddressed RoottcJrr Rootbs
bs addressed tcJrr if a letter to Sltdete SJt ele A AFttrra Aharrat Athe
harrat Fttrra the reyrea re ttafive of the Maso Masoparty Masoperty
party hi Cuba who is at present in inthis inthis
this city denying his request for forpostpon a apostponement apostponement
postponement postpon ment of the Cuban elections electionscretary electionsSecretary
Secretary cretary Roots letter which is tedated isdRted isdated
dated Dec 16 states the letter has been beencarefully betnartfuny beentarefuhly
carefully considered but the effect of ofgranting otranting ofgranting
granting the application would be to toprolong top1olonc toprolong
prolong American occupation and post postrx po postrone t tone
rx rone one > ne the Independence o Cuba and the thecontrol thecontrol thern therncontrol
control of the island by the govern government g government ern ernment ¬
ment of her own people This ught Alghtnot iughtnot ughtnot
not to be dr wne ne in the > interest of any anycandidate anycandidate anycandidate
candidate cr without the most weighty weightyand weighty8Jd weightyand
and substantial 8 tial reasons I The Th sub substance aubof substanee
stance of reasons presented P Qted are not iotgarded re
as a good and the request lIeat is de do donied
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Medals and Sword For Gallant Old Salt SaltProposed Proposed to Investigate InvestigateNavy In lnv estigatN8VY estigat stigateNavy
Navy Department Proofreaders Resolutions ResolutionsCommending ResolutionsCommending ResolutionsCommending
Commending Dewey Dew Deweyviil y
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II1 rtjA1t3iIGroN ASHfittXrOK Dee It 1JRep 1JRepV IReproseii IReproseiiVr Represen Represenj
Vr j V < tsfflT WBeeleVof f f Kentucky q a amember amember amueinb
member mueinb ot the house h e committee committeeon
on naval attaint today introduced a aresolution Rresolution a aresolution
resolution for 1ora an a Investigation of the theSchley t1eSchJey tleSehley
Schley case The Theresotittlon resolution ion recites the theresults theresults theresults
results of of the recent court of inquiry inquiry8I1d inquiryapd i iand
and adds adosWhereas addsWhereas
addsWhereu
Whereas Admiral George G orge IJewey IJeweyrecognised leweyrecognized
recognized recoc as the foremost t naval offi officer omcet otfleec ¬
eec ot the republic JepU entirely disagrees disagreesand disagreesand J Jand
and dissents d I from the opinion of his hiecolleagues hlsj hiscolleagues
colleagues on said board of Inquiry Inquiryand 1DquhTand 1nquirand
and andWhereas
Whereas The American people de desire desire dosire ¬
sire that the conduct of Rear Admiral AdmiralSchley AdmiralSchIe AdmiralSehley
Schley SchIe should ould be investigated Inve tl ated and andpassed andpaae4 andpassed
passed upon by citizens of the repub republicra repubc repubUc
licra c bt no wise connected or 0 identified identifiedwith Identifiedwith
with the navy V7 department d t therefore thereforebt I Ibe I
be it ItuRe8olved
Resolved itResolved That the committee on onnaval onnaval 1 1aval
naval affaire of the house of represen representatives representatives ¬
tatives be directed to inquire repre8eDI into the theconduct ttaeconduct teconduct
conduct of Rear Admiral Schley from fromthe fromthe Ii Iithe
the time he assumed control of the theflying theflying theflying
flying squadron up to and including includingthe j jthe I Ithe
the engagement with the Spanish fleet fleetoff II IIoff j joff
off the coast of Cuba CubaProvision CubaProvlplon CubaProvision
Provision is made for a report to the thehouse thehouse
house of representatives lePreBe ntaUvea and authority authorityis I
is given to send Ie for persons and papers papersHcComas papersMcComu papersMeComas
HcComas Eesolutidn EesolutidnSenator ResohttlduSenator n nfknat
Senator fknat r McComas of Maryland to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow will Introduce in the senate the tiletoJlowinl thefollowing j
following resolution resolutionWhereas re2OtutlODuWheltt1s resolutionWhereas
Whereas Commodore Schley was wasthe walSthe wasthe
the senior officer of our squadron off offSantiago offSantiago ff ffSantiago
Santiago when n the Spanish squadron squadronattempted squadronattempted squadronattempted
attempted to escape on the morning of ofJuly ofJuly ofJuly
July 3 ISM 1 i9 and andWhereas UdWhereas ad adWhereas
Whereas He was in absolute ab com command command cornmnand ¬
mand Del Is entitled to the credit due dueto dueto dueto
to such commanding officer for the theglorious theglorious theglorious
glorious victory which hich resulted In the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total destruction of the Spanish ships shipsEnacted chIpbe hlpebelt
belt be It
beltEnacted Enacted ItEnacted That Rear Admiral Wini Winifield WIn WInfield Winfield
field Scott Schley of the United UnitedStates CnltedStates tnitedStates
States navy retired be hereafter paid paidout paidout paidout
out of any money In the treasury not nototherwise nottherwlse nototherwise
otherwise kppropriated ppropria ted the same pay payand payand payand
and allowance he received as rear ad admiral admiral admiral ¬
miral from the active list of said navy navyat navyat navyat
at the date of his retirement by reason reasonf reasonof reasonof
of ° f age
Ope by Griffith GriffithRepresentative GrifiithRpresentative GriffithRepresentative
Representative Griffith of Indiana in introduced introduced hatroduced
troduced a resolution for an investiga inve inveatigation tiga tigatlon J Jtion
tion of the navy department and of ofthe ofthe
the Sphtey hte case The preamble ex expresses expreSSE8 enpresses ¬ I
presses confidence confi ence In Admiral Schley SchleyTHOMAS SchleyTH SchleyTHOMAS
THOMAS TH MAS KELLYDEAD KELLYDEADRan KElll DEAD I IRan
Ran a Stage Line LineFrorn From Missouri to toSalt toSalt 1 1Salt
Salt Lake in 1849 1849Kansas 1849Kansas I IKanaas
Kansas City Dec D 17 17Thomu Thomas Kelly Kellywell Kellywen Keliyswell
well known from the Mississippi river riverto riverto riverto
to the Pacific ocean oCean in stage route days daysis
is dead at Liberty Mo aged 87 years yearsIn yearsIII yearsIn
In 1SS7 with General Genera11homa8 ThomasL < L Price Pricehe Pricehe Pricehe
he established e blhed stage lines covering coveringlong coveringlong coveringlong
long routes in Missouri and Arkansas Arkansasand Armn88Sand Arkansasand
and in 1W the firm of Price Kelly Kellysecured Ken KenIleCUred Kellysecured
secured a contract from the govern government government governnient ¬
ment for a weekly mail delivery be between bet betweeD ¬
Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
tweeD t n Independence Mo and
Lake City and a line of stages was wasput wasput wasput
put on This firm also owned and oper operated optrated operated ¬
ated the great Santa Fe stage line be between between between ¬
tween Independence and Santa Fe N NM NThe NU
M The civil was ruined the stage stagebusiness stagebu8t ag agbuitneos
business bu8t and Mr Kelly ent to Cali California CalIfornia Callfornta ¬
fornia and engaged in staging until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the railroads came when he returned returnedto
to Missouri Several of his bl children are areprominent areprominent areprominent
prominent in California CaliforniaHearst Californiaearst
4 4Hearst
Hearst earst Case Dismissed DismissedSpringfield DlmnfsaedSprincfteld DismissedSpringfield
Springfield Ills Dec 17 17Upon Upon its itsown itson itsown
own motion the supreme supr me rourt dis dismissed dismissed dismissed ¬
missed the cases of the Chicago Amer American AmerIcan Amerlean ¬
ican New ew York Journal and The Peo People Peopip PeopIe ¬
pip vs s the Associated Pre P i stating statingwhf stlltingWhfTP statingvherp
whf WhfTP > T > a local court had jurisdiction it itwouM itwould itwould
would not intervene
A it i
r Ctfes < fIt asatB = akatkIa X 0 Ute Ui UirePortpti i iJ
H tCTryfla J refers to rJlo rePortpti rePortptitaht reports reportstato tii fi
tato CroWHinsMeJd and other oth r naval BIi nava al of officers officers officers ¬
ficers were fu furcighe UrnI5ItpTOctf proofs of this th his history hltttory history ¬
tory The large argeanwunts amounts of prize money moneyreceive moneyreceived 0119 0119ve4l
receive received ve4l by Admiral Sam SamCaptain Sampaoct a d dCaptain dCaptain
Captain Chadwick and th t small smallamounts xmallamounts smallamounts
amounts received by Admiral Schiey Schieyand SchleFand Schlejrand
and captains of the ships participating parti 1patl 1patlIn pathg <
In the Santiago battle are set forth forthas
as among the subjects to be investi investigated tDveatlgated Investigated ¬
gated gatedRepresentative gatedRepresentative gatedRepresentative
Representative Schtrm Scl1l of Maryland Marylandintroduced Xai71andlatrod MryIndintroduced
latrod introduced eed reEotationj reso11ltlo res hUohich phich hId1 it te said saidto saidro said1o
to a considerable oonstderable8r exCent fent representthe representtheviews 1epre represent ent the theviews theviews
views of o the Maryjiuid Maryan d allegation in incongress Incongre Incontresg
congress After reciting the opinion opinionof
of Admiral Dewej in Inue the recent court courtof courtof courtof
of inquiry the resolutions r recite as asfollows asfolJows asfollows
follows folJowsDe
Deweys De eys the Only Opinion OpinionThat OpinionThat OpinionThat
That the opinion and a d finding of Ad Admiral Admiral Admire ¬
miral George Dewey be and it Is I here hereby hereby hereby ¬
by endorsed as the only oal opinion and andfinding antjht an anfiiing
finding jht jng justified by the U e evidence Ce ad adduied adduted addued
duied and pertinent to the facts eatab eatabUshed e8tabed establfled
Ushed ed before the court of inquiry that thatthe thatthe
the thanks of congress are hereby ex extendt cxtended I
1 tended d to the said Rear Admiral AdmiralSchley AdmtralSchley AdmiralSchley
Schley retired r and to the officers and andmen andmen andmen
men under his command for their theirbrave theirbrave theirbrave
brave and efficient conduct In achieving achievingthe
the victory over the Spanish fleet under underthe und underthe r rtile
the command of Admiral Cervera CerveraThat CerveraThat CerveraThat
That Rear Admiral Schley be placed placedupon placedupon placedupon
upon the list of retired rear admirals admiralsol S SOf
ol o the United States navy with the theln1t theln1trank foil foiliWJk fullrijik
rank grade privileges emoluments emolumentsand
and pay of officer of said rank in ac active ac acttve sotive ¬
tive service serviceRepresentative seniceRepresentative serviceRepresentative S
Representative Gaines of Tennessee TennesseeIntroduced Tea TeaIntroduced TenneeeIntroduced
Introduced a resolution reciting recltbtWthe recltbtWtheun the theunparalleled theunpraLleed
unparalleled un > achievement of Admiral AdmiralSchley AdmiralSchl AdinlialSdhley
Schley Schl in destroying the entire Span Spanish SpanJnh Spanlob ¬
lob squadron with consummate skill skilland SkillaJHl skilland
and terrible ten Ible celerity celerityThe celerityThe If IfThe
The resolution r makes the opinion Of OfralDeWe3 et4tuIra1 < H HAdmiral
Admiral ralDeWe3 Dewey th the opinion of cej cejgress cc JRlPre cOitBtpreieiitative
gress gressRepresentative
Representative RlPre entative Ball of Texas rat ratduced mt1o mt1oduced tntm tntmduced
duced a resolution Ie8OluU giving the thanks thanksof
of congress to Admiral Schley SchleyRepresentative SchleyRepresentative SchleyRepresentative
Representative Cummins of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York Introduced a resolution directing directingthe
the th secretary of the navy to present a asword asword asword
sword of honor to Admiral Schley and andto andto and andto
to strike off Jmmze bto e Sc Schley ley medals medalsi medaltfor medalsfor
i for the officers and men who partici participated partidpated participated ¬
pated in the battle of Santiago An ap appropriation ap appropriation appropriatlon ¬
propriation of 10 10000 is made madeMr madeMr madeMr
Mr Butler of Missouri introduced l a aresolution aresolution aresolution
resolution providing pro dlng that the views of ofAdmiral ofAdnaJral ofAdmiral
Admiral Dewey be accepted as the ver verdict verdIet vertilct ¬
dIet of congress congressFLOODS congressFLOODS
FLOODS SUBSIDING SUBSIDINGHeavy SUBS1DINGKeavy
Heavy Damage Done DoneAll All AllOver Over Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvlmifl Pennsy1vnnlaStorm ¬
sylvania sy1vnnlaStorm sy1vnnlaStormPhiladelphia by Storm 45tormPhiladelphia 1
Philadelphia PhlladelpbraDec11Rallroad Dec DeciIRailroad i Railroad serv service servIce ¬ i
ice Icein in this state which was badly badl crip crippled I Ipled
pled by b the floods of Saturday night nightand nightand
I
i and Sunday is gradually recovering recoveringits
its nprmal condition cond1t1 n and by this after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon or tomorrow morning trains will willbe willI willbe
I be running runn ng practically Pr8 etlcally on time Thou Thousands Thouands ¬
sands Dds of laborers are at work repair repairing re repairIng r rIn ¬
ing In the damage to roadbeds beda and bridges bridgeswrought bridceswrousbt bridgeswrought
wrought by the rushing waters The Therailroads Therailroads
railroads that suffered the most dam damage rage ds dsage
1be1
age are the Lehigh Valley Cejjjtra Cetra CetraNew JS JSNew JES JESNew
New Jersey Pennsylvania Delaware DelawareLackawanna D ware wareLackawanna war warLackawanna
Lackawanna Western and the New NewYork i iYork I IYork
York Central In some localitlpa locahittft it will wmbe winbe j jbe
be weeks before the damage damage1a is fully fullyrepaired tullyrepalrec ujlyrepaired
repaired repairedConservative repalrecConservative repairedConservative
Conservative estimates e Umate place he loss lossfrom 10811from loecfrom
from the floods at from 3000 300000 to 5 5000IKIO 5
000000 So far reports have b bdrn b4 b4celved > n i le lei e ei
i ceived d here of the toss of nine ll l es in invarious Iavarious
various parts Of the state stateTwo IJtatTwo stateTwo
I Two more deaths from the flood nood are arereported arereported arereported
reported tonight from Towanda Towandatog mak making nwkIng ¬
ing five e lives thus far known to hkve hkvebeen bvebeen hvebeen
been lost in Bradford county Mr j Ind IndM mi miMrs d dMrs
Mrs M rs Abner Richards welltodo resj 6 j jdents 1
dents < of Austinville aged ed about ab aboutyears ut utyears M i iyears
years were drowned
> <
FEAtURESOF FEAtURESOFTARIFF FEATURESOFTARIFF FEATURESOFTARIFF
TARIFF BILL BILLPhilippine BILLt BILLRhilippine
4 4Philippine t
Philippine Measure asure Comes Up in inouse inHouse inHouse
House ouse Today TodayT
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ToBE T 7 VOfED VOTED OfT ON ff WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYWILL WEDNESDA y
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wILL WILL BEPASSED 1mp sSED THEN SENT TO TOTHE TOTflB i
THE SENATE FOB ION AQtflONSocial A AtIONtSiec1aI IONJ
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Social J to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraWWkInJton HeraldWashington
Washington D C Dee 17 11The 17The The pro provistons prothe provIa1
vistons vIa1 of t the Philippine tariff tad bill billwhich WIthlck Ishllwhlci
which hlck will be passed pi d tomorrow are areintended areIntended arelnten4ed
intended to meet meet conditions rontlttODB created by bythe bythe bythe
the decision of the United States su supreme supleme anpienie ¬
preme court in the Fourteen diamond diamondrings diamondrings diamondrings
rings case caseThis ceTbw caseTali
This Mil establishes the same tariff tariffrates tariffr tariffrate
rates r rate as were in force prior to the diet decision deeton dietilon ¬
sion on with the additional provision that thatarticles thatartlcla thatarticles
articles manufactured in bonded manu manuactllrlng ¬
facturing warehouse in whole or in inpart Inpart Inpart
part of imported materials or of mater materials materlab matiriais ¬
lab subject to internal revenue tax and andIntended ai4 114
Intended for exportation to the Philip Philippines PhlltpplnN Philippiuei ¬
pines and all al articles subject to internal internalrevenue internalrevenue
revenue tax and intended for exportation exportationfrom exportationfrom exportationfrom I
from the UnIted States to the Philippines Philippinesshall Phlllpptnesshan Philippinesshall
shall be exempt from internal revenue revenuetax revenuetax revenuetax
tax and shall not be charged with duty dutyexcept dut dutexcept dutyexcepi
except the duty levied levf upon imports into intoThe Intothe
the 0 Phntpplnes PhntpplnesThe
The bill therefore th retore provides that the tar tariff tarIff tar1ff ¬
iff enacted by the United States Philip Philippine Philipoarnmls Philipcommission ¬
pine commission oarnmls lon which was promulgated promulgatedby
by the war department about six weeks weeksago weeksago
ago and which was very much lower lowerthan lowerUlan lowerthan
than the Dingley rates on goods enter eatertag enterIng enterbig
tag the Philippines shall remain in foree forceand foreeand
and that the full Dlngley rates will be becollected 1JeeUecled becellected
collected on all articles Imported Into the i
UnUed States It also provides that after afterthe afterthe
the passage wage of the act the sam tonnage tonnagetaxei ton topsagetax
tax taxei Shan be collected on vessels ves eJs coming comingOtto
Otto the United States from the Philip Phlllpwhich
J1fn which are reqalred eCplI from vessels vesselsforeign veseel8trent vesselsTram
trent foreign countries and that until untilJan uatllJ untilJas
Jan J 1 l l IMS the provisions loM of law restrict restricting restrlClto ¬
ing 1 to vessels of the United States trans transptrtation tra transprtstIo 11 11rtaU
ptrtation rtaU Oft of passengers and merchandise merchandisert mt > rchandlse rchandlset
froi one port rt t to another of the Inited Initednot CnltpdStau nited nitedStates
States shfl not be applicable to foreign foreignengaging foreigyfv foreigilvesasis
v vesasis engaging Ing In trade between the thePhilippines thePbIIlPPfnes thePbhIIps
Philippines and the United States
The treasury department departm t will refund all allduties allfuUes eliduties
duties collected on imports Into the Unit United rnltfill tnited ¬ I
ed States since the cession of the inlands inlandsut llanthbut < I IJut
Jut ut will not refund the duties collected collectedon I
on import into the Philippines this point pointnot pointnot i
not being definitely settled in the decl decision declsiGn declsiGn ¬ I
siGn of the supreme court courtCommerce courtCommerce courtCommerce
Commerce of Philippines PhilippinesThe
The cofSmerce of the Philippine islands islandsfor Islandsfor islandsfor
for the quarter ending endln < Sept 30 1931 is isshown Issbown isshown
shown by statistics staU tttJ which have ha f just been beencompiled betncompiled beencompiled
compiled by the treasury bureau of ate statistics atetistics ¬
tistics These show that the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates staj
States stand second In the countries from from1Vhleh fromwhich i iWhich
Which importations were received during duriqthe duringthe I Ithe
the quarter and second in Inthe the list of coon countries COUDtri coontries ¬
tries tri to which exports were seat during duringthe darmthe duringthe
the same period Hongkong heads the thetable thetable thetable
table of countries from wj which lch importa importations JmportaUOIIB importathorn ¬
thorn were received nearly all of the themerchandise themerchandise themerchandise
merchandise from that point however howeverbeing howeverbeing howeverbeIng
being fresh fruits and vegetables ve < etables while whileEnglandheads whileEqland whileEngland
Englandheads England heads the list of the countries countriesto
to which articles are exported the total totalto totalto totaito
to England in the quarter being i8S779S I86ii9Sagainst i8S779Sagainst l86T715against
against 134580 to the United States StatesCotton StatesCotton StatesCotton
Cotton goods heads the list of articles articlesof
of import the value being 1351994 while whilehemp whilehemp whilehemp
hemp heads the list of articles exported exportedIts
Its value for the quarter being beln < 39t7 39t7tobacco 3W7fS 3W7fStobacco ZO17stobacco
tobacco and cigars 1402901 1402101Tlte 1402901The 1402301The
The following tables show the imports importsby ImportbY
by countries and duty collected during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the Quarter ending Sept 9u u laOl 1001 and im Import haportiTby imports ¬
portiTby ports by I great classes of articles also the theexperts theexporU theexpirti
experts by countries and the duties col collected colI collecte ¬
I lecte lected thereon n aad the articles exported exportedl
b by at wt l classes classested 41assesid lassealzted
lzted ted into the port of Manila by byvaluer byTat byatUe
Tat valuer id atUe ft ftEast t tj4 1
j4 L Total TotalImport
on Import Total TotalValue TotalValue
Value Duty DutyHongk DutyHongkong
Hongk Hongkong m 1se35I 15335 S3 37 37trited m mUrlted
Urlted State 161714 23 23L3 23L3East 961 961East
East Indies British Brltl h 1067399 206947 206947England P94England gcj gcjEnand
England 908173 26041S 26041SChinese 26 2604ThChinese ns nsChfile
Chinese e empire W7190 138403 138403Germany issioeGermany 3 3aermaay
Germany 475370 965 965East 965i8 965i8East 96568East
East Indies French 427286 8731 8731Spain 87311 87311Spain 8711Spain
Spain 356353 119SK 119SKFrance 1l99IIiPrance ll9sleiFrance
France 34M73 34ft li3 4997s 4997sSiam 49 4997MSlam 97 97Siam
Siam H51W It 1 3S 28311 28311All 2tiaaAU > 6 6All
All other countries 718821 718821Totals 711SZlTotals 711SflTotals
Totals S7JB4J3S JlaOttel JlaOttelThe 1503851The iso3ii iso3iiThe
The leading articles ef imports during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the quarter were Cotton goods J13S1 J13S19J 1331
991 9J rice 693402 beer and liquors 35 35H4 352 352CW4
CW4 flour and breadstuffs JJ7186a 1it all allother aUothir allother
other articles J4S750Z8 Total TotalContinued 7854333 7854333Continued 854333Continued
Continued on Page 2 2
SHOT BY BOLD BOLDBAD BOLDBAD BOLDBAD
BAD BURGLAR BURGLARSad
Sad Ending EndingofProminent of Prominent Woman Womanat
at Pittsburg PittsburgROBBERY PittsburgROBBERY PittsburgROBBERY
ROBBERY WAS THE MOTIVE MOTIVEPOUGE i it
4 4POLIOB t
POLICE THINK THEY HAVE 1IAVEOLU 1IAVEOLUI OEUE OEUETO OLVBTO
TO MTTJEDEBEBS IDENTITY IDENTITYPitUburg IDENTITYPittalturg BTii
4 4Plttahurg
PitUburg Dec 17 11Harrlet Harriet P Mur Murphy Murphi Murphy ¬
phy phi prominent in dhurch and social socialcircles socialdrde8 anointdreles
circles and treasurer treH rer of the Klngley KlngleyHouse Klngle3H KingleyHouse
House H fundwas fundwu1ft murdered rdered at her home homemt
221 Howe street street East End by a bur burglar burJar burglar
glar Jar this morning The murderer es escaped es esci ¬
caped capedMiss ci
caped1aB
Miss 1aB Murphy was the only sister of ofSelect ofSelect ofSelect
Select Councilman John A Murphy Murphywas Murphywu Murphywas
was 38 years of age and lived with her herbrother belbIother herbrother
brother and two servants servantsMiss servantsfu servantsMiss
Miss Murphy slept on the second secondfloor secondfloor secondfloor
floor She was an expert with 1th the re revolver revolver ¬
volver having practiced many years yearsfor yearsfor
for the purpose e of protecting herself herselfin
in the event of just such an attack as ashappened ashappened
happened this morning morntn and always alwayshad alwaysMd alwayshad
had a pistol tol either under her pillow or orwithin orwithin orlthIn
within lthIn easy reaeh reaehAbout reaehAbout reachAbout
About S oclock this morning her herhfrodier herr herhother
hfrodier r was awakened by two shots shotsand shotsDel shotsand
and hastening buteo to his sisters room roomfound roomfound roomfound
found her lying dead on the floor with witha
a bullet wound in the head headThe headThe headThe
The burglar had scaled the porch porchpoets porchpoets porchposts
poets and entered the window of the theapartment theapartment theapartment
apartment by breaking breelclagthe the glass It is issupposed Jssuppo Issupposed
supposed ed that the noise of the crashing crashingglass crasblnggla crashingglass
glass gla awakened her and as She Jumped Jumpedfrom jumJHdfrom Jumpedhorn
from the bed with her revolver In her herhand herband herhand
hand the man fired Marks in the theporch theporch theporch
porch roof Indicate that only one man manentered manentered manentered
entered the room Miss 1U Murphy usual usually usu usually l ly ¬
ly y kept the collections of the Kingsley
Heuse fund in her room until they theyreached theyreaehed theyreached
reached a sum large enough to be bepJaeed beplaced
placed in the bank and it is thought thoughtthe thoughtthe thoughtthe
the burglar was after this money
When the police raised Miss Murphy
they found the revolver within a few fewinches fewInches fewinches
inches of t her right hand under the thefolcla thefoldi
folds of her night dress A careful In Investigation Inve InVestigatlon ¬
vestigation ve tlpUon was made of the room and andnot andnot andnot
not a thing Qf f any value was missing
The police are inclined to think the thebur8lar thebur3ar
burglar was a negro egro and at noon noonclaimed nOlJnclaimed noonclaimed
claimed to have a good clue clueDevelopments clueDevelopments clueDevelopments
Developments tonight in the case casedeepen casedeepen casedeepen
deepen the air of mystery shrouding
It At the preliminary coroners In Inquest Inquest Inquest ¬
quest it was as shown that two bullets bulletswere bulletswere bulletswere
were missing fromJIIas from Iss Murphys re revolver revolver ¬
volver One was accounted for by trac tracing tracIng ¬
it to the window ledge where it itlodged itlodged
lodged No trace of the other has hasbeen hasbeen
been yet ye found Miss Murphys physi physician physielan physielan ¬
elan stated that his patient had not notslept notslapt
slept for Mteen nights and the physi physician physicln physiclan ¬
clan who examined the body said the thehair thehair
hair around the wound in the head was wasscorched wasJICOrchetl wasscorched
scorched allowing wIIag that the sh llbet t was wasfired wasftred WSSflied
fired at close range Ia Bloo BIo tlTtrac1 y tracts on onthe onthe eelthe
the snow no outside the house hou e supposed supposedte
te have been made lie by the murderer murdererare
are shown to have been made by a apoliceman apolipman apoliceman
policeman who arrived early 1 rly on the thescene thescene
scene and after fter being in the oom oomtracked oorntraCked
tracked blood to the outside during duringthen duringtheir
their investigation of the case caseWhile eWhile caseWhile
While many are inclined to believe believethe believethe i
the woman committed suicide while whiletemporarily whiletemporarily whiletemporarily
temporarily deranged through insom insomnia insomnia insomnia ¬
nia the police will w l make no statement statementand statementand statementand
and the friends of the family insist insistthat insistt1ntt Insistthat
that this theory is entirely wrong wrongCaptain wrongCaptain wrongCaptain
Captain Caiters Case CaseChicago CaseChicago I IChiC
Chicago Dee 17 17By By turning turnin over overabout overabout I Iaoout
about 150000 000 in stock belonging to the theestate theestate theestate
estate of Captain Oberlin M I Carter CarterAttorney CarterAttorney CarterAttorney
Attorney Horace G Stone says he has hascomplied hascomplied hascomplIed
complied with the terms of f agreement agreementwith agreementwith agreementwith
with the government representatives representativesand
and now is ready to submit to an ex examination ex examlAation examinatton ¬
amination of his clients transactions transactionsttr
to determine the real ownership of the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property that is being held In trust trustby trustby trustby
by Receiver Be Max Whitney The prop property propeft propelt3 ¬
erty eft now in the bands of the receiver receiveris
is valued at nearly 508960 1 and is said saidto saidto saidto
to be all that die he convicted captain captainlays captainlays captainhays
lays claim to toHarvey toHarvey toHarvey
Harvey Logan Identified IdentifiedKnoxville IdentifiedKnoxville IdentifiedKnoxville
Knoxville Ten Te1 Dec 17 17Lowell 17LowellSPEnce 17LowellSp Lowell LowellSpence
Sp Spence nce a Pinkerton detective today todaypositively todaypositively todaypositively
positively identified the man under ar arrest arrest r rrest ¬
rest here as Harvey Logan one of 0 the thealleged theaUt thealleged
alleged aUt > ged Great Northern express rob robbers robr8 robhers ¬
hers r8 He says 18 this man was seen n in inNashville inNuhTUlf inNashville
Nashville with the woman who was wasarrested wasarrestd wasarrested
arrested there th < rewlth with a quantity of otifon otifontana Mon Montana Montana ¬
tana bank money moneyArrested moneyArre moneyArrested
Arrested Arre ted For Murder MurderWasmington MurderWa Ii7urderWaningtnn
Wasmington Wa ningtn Dec 17 17As As a result of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the imjuest on the remains of Mrs MrsElizabeth MrsEli7ah MrsElizabeth
Elizabeth Eli7ah th Shannon who ho was found founddead founddead founddead
dead in a field near Waynesburg Vaynesbu yes yesterday yesterday ¬ I Iterclay
terday David Hoge has been placed placedunder placedUDder placedunder
under arrest Finger marks were found Poundon
on the womans throat and it Is Isthought tsthoucht isthought
thought she was 8 choked to death Hose Hogeis
is a member of an old and well we known knownGreene knownGreene
Greene county family familyDbc familyDix familyDlx
Dix to Be Extradited ExtraditedLondon E ExtraditedLondon tradited traditedLondon
London Dec 17 HThe The demand for the theextradition theextradition theextradition
extradition of H St John Dlx charged chargedwith charXedwitb chargedwith
with larceny committed in the United UnitedStates UnitedStlites UnitedStates
States and who ho te accused of wrecking wreckingthe wre < kins kinsthe
the Scandinavian American bank at atWhatconv atWhatlom atWhateom
Whatconv IVaah was granted at the theBow theBow theBow
Bow street police court today The Theprisoner Theprisoner Theprisoner
prisoner was allowed fifteen days in inwhich inwhich Inwhich
which to appeal appealFurther appealFntther appealPutthr
Further Hearing1 Adjourned AdjournedNew
New York Dec 17 17Announcement 17Announcementw Announcement Announcementwas
was w made today that further hearing hearingin
in the case of Albert T Patrick who whois whois whoIs
is under indictment for the alleged allegedmurder allegedmurder a1leedmurder
murder of William WI Marsh Rice had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been adjourned until Jan 13 13QUADRUPLE UQUADRUPtE 13QUADRUPLESUICIDE
=
QUADRUPLE QUADRUPLESUICIDE QUADRUPLESUICIDEYoung SUICIDE SUICIDEYoun SUICIDEYounc
Youn Young Couples Chloroform Them Themselves ThemIii Themselves ¬
selves Iii lves at Columbus ColumbusColumbus ColumbusColumb ColumbusColumbulj
Columbus 0 Dec 17 17Two Two young youngwomen youngwomen youngwomen
women and two yottag yo men were found founddead founddead founddea4
dead today in rooms IM R a boarding house houseAt
At 52 East Jlu JtuJJpet ll l t et et and evidence evidencepoiftts evidencepoints evidencepoInts
points t t < > a nitdflMsajulclde i lckJedelberate lckJedelberateIy deliberate deliberately ¬
ly plannedTaedmtAre plannedTaedmtArePearl planned r1f The dM45re dM45rePearl e ePearl
Pearl Warner aged 113 SB So second cook at atthe atthe atthe
the Manhattan restaurant restaurantLou restauranLLou restaurantLou
Lou Kline aged a ed 18 third cook at the thesame tbesame thesame
same restaurant restaurantSherlman rtaurantSherlman restaurantSheriman
Sherlman Lothouso a cab driver driverJohn drIverJohn driverJohn
John Jacobs chief cook at the Manhat Manhattan ¬
tan tanThe The four persons went to the bearding beardinghouse beardinghouse boardinghouse
house Sunday and secured adjoining adjoiningrooms a6jolnlngrooms adjoiningrooms
rooms Today Toda nothing was seen of them themand thmand thCmand
and though the rooms remained lacked lackedand leckMand lockedand
and no response teetQd be secured to re repeated rapeattd repeated ¬
peated calls suspicion was not aroused arouseduntil arouseduntll arouseduntil
until tonight Finally the doors to the therooms therooms therooms
rooms were forced and the occupants occupantswere
were Mscovered I lying on the beds dead deadThe deadThe deadThe
The keyholes < and cracks around the thedoors thedcoIS thedoors
doors had been closed with rags and the thefvmee themel theemes
fvmee mel of chloroform filled the rooms dta dtaHosinfr dt dtrlldnll disclosing
closing the cause of death It was evi evident evident evident ¬
dent thai both b th couples had h d planned sui suicide suicide mlride ¬
cide but the motive is i not known knowng
g
c i c
DEMOCRATS BEST THEIR THEIRSolid THEIROPPONENTS THEIROPPONENTS
OPPONENTS IN DEBATE DEBATESolid
I
Solid Arguments Advanced in in Opposition tb t Gassy GassyFanfarronades GassyFanf
1 Fanfarronades FanfarronadesGrosvenors Fanf FanfrronadesGrosvenors rronades rronadesGrosvenors
Grosvenors Fireworks Met by Swansons S sons Solid Statemwits StateniitThe StateniitTheSpeeches The TheSpeeches Th ThSpeeches
Speeches
1TTISI7INGTON Dec 17 17The The bill to toplCwide toU
WASHINGTON U V provide temporary revenues for forthe forthe forI
I I the Philippine Islands was wasbated Af Afbated debated
bated In the house Itou e today and will 111 be bevoted bevotecl bevoted
voted on tomorrow at 4 oclock It was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the first debate at the session ae OA and was wasconducted wasconducted wasconducted
conducted calmly calmi and without display displayof
of temper Several lively exchanges exchangesand es han < es esand
and an Impassioned tmpas ione4 speech seech b T tJy y De Ar Arraond Armond Armend
mend of Missouri Mill Ouri who has just t re returned returne icturned ¬
turned from a trip to the Philippines PhilippinesJn
Jn opposition to the retention of the theislands theislands theIslands
islands were the features featuresMr featuresMrPuDe featuresMr
Mr MrPuDe Payne the floor leader of the ma majority majority insjority ¬
jority opened the debate Owing to tothe tothe tothe
the indisposition indl po ltlon of r Mr Richardson Richardsonthe
the duty of opening for the minority minoritydevolved mfaorltydevolYed mInoritydevolved
devolved upon Mr Swanson of Vir Virginia Vlrginl Virginia ¬ I
ginia ginl The other speakers were ere Mr MrGrosvenor MrGro8Venor MrGronvenor
Grosvenor Republican of Ohio and andMr andlb andMr
Mr Robertson Democrat of Louisiana Louisianafor
for to the bill and Messrs 4 Sbafroth all silverite aUverite allverlte
verite Colorado DsArmond D Democrat DemocratMissouri DemocratU8S0uH DemocratMissouri
Missouri Thayer Democrat Muss Massachusetts 14 14chu Musschusetta ¬
chusetts chu ett8 and Patterson Pat Democrat of ofTennessee ofTenne ofTennessee
Tennessee see against it It Tomorrow Mr MrMcCall MrlcCall MrMcCall
McCall a Republican member of the theways theways Theways
ways and means committee from Mas Massachusetts Musachusetta as assachu8etts ¬
sachusetts will oppose the bin time timehaving timehaving timehaving
having been granted him by the Demo Democrats Democrate ¬
crabs cratsMr crabsMr crateMr
Mr Payne aroused arou ed enthusiasm as he hedescribed Mdescribed bedescribed
described the great work of civilizatic civilizaticwhich clviUzatlwhich civlilzatkwhich
which was going on along the line of efeducation I
education Our friends on the oth otbside cliis1de
reside s1de said he howl about our Imp imperialistic ImpnaUstic imparialirtfc ¬
I IWe
rialistic government over the natives nativesWe nativesWe
We are trying to lift them up to the thestandard thestandard thestandard
standard of American dtisenshlp dtisenshlpMr eltisenshipNt1
Mr Nt1 Gaines Asks a Question QuestionAre QuaetionAre QusetionAre
Are you trying to fit them l ier r citi citizenship citizenship citizenship ¬
zenship in the United States or cttisan cttisanship cttmnship citisanship
ship in the Philippine islands asked aakedMr askedfr askedMr
Mr fr Gaines of Tennessee TennesseeWe T8nn T8nnWe TennesseeWe
We will cross that bridge when we wecome weome wecome
come to it 1t replied Mr Payne But Butif Butif Butif
if you on the other side will cooperate cooperatewith cooperatewith cooperatewith
with us we will wi fit fi them for citizenship citizenshipin
in the Philippine islands i the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States or any other country Repub Republican Republican Repubheart
lican applause applauseWe applauseVe applauseWe
We Ve wijl cooperate with you re replied replied replied ¬
plied Mr Gaines GaJn when you eu carry the theconstitution tbeconstitution theconstitution
constitution and the Sag to the Phil Philippines PhilIppines PhIllppines ¬
ippines ippinesI
I am surprised observed ob Mr MrPayne MIPayne MrPayne
Payne to hear the gentleman from fromTennessee fromTenReSeemake fromTenneesee
Tennessee TenReSeemake make that statement t Be Heit Behaa
haa J1I iSSI iSSIIt t J mrned1r 1lt1 1lt1It
it possible he did pot carry MY the consti ennstitutlon ennatitution
tut tutlon Ion and nag fta with itf1aIll1 liHn Laughter LaupterPl LaughterProceeding
Proceeding Pl eeding Mr Payne said the other otherside otherSI otherside
side SI de offered onp red no substitute for this bill billand billamid
and he made a reference to trust in infree infre Infree
I
free fre trade England En Jan Mr Wheeler of ofKentucky ofKentucky ofKentucky
Kentucky interrupted to inquire inquirewhether Inquirewhttber inquirewhether
whether the assurance aa urance which aggregate aggregatecapital aggregatecapital aggregatecapital
capital had in this country that the at attorney attorne3 attorney ¬
torney general would not do his duty dutywas dutyWM dutywas
was not responsible for the th great greattrusts grt greattrusts > t
trusts tru Ws now in existence ex tence in the United UnitedStates UnitPdStateL UnitedStates
States StateLPayne
Payne Dodges a Query QueryI
I will allow the gentleman to answer answerlifs answerhIs answerhis
hIs own question replied Mr Payne PayneIt PayneuH
uH It is beyond mp > Of course he does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not believe that any more than I do dol
1 do believe it declared Mr Wheel Wheeler ¬
er and nd I am quite satisfied the th gentle gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
man himself believes it itIf itIT
If he does observed observ Mr Payne in inclosing inCJblg inclosing
closing the colloquy I dont know knowwhat kn knowwhat w wwhat
what he believes and he does net know knowwhat knowwhat knowwhRt
what I believe believeMr belleeMr believeMr
Mr Swanson of Virginia in opening openingdeclared openingdeelared openingdiclared
declared th that t none of the benefits for forthe forthe forthe
the Filipinos of which Mr 1 Payne Pa ne had hadbeen hadbeen
been telling could accrue hrough the theagency theagenc3 theagency
agency of the pending bill He reviewed reviewedthe
the recent decisions of the supremecourt supremecourt supreme supremecowrt
court in reference to the Philippines Philippinesdeploring Philippinesdeploring
deploring the fact that the he court has hasreversed basreyerse hasreversed
reversed its previous decisions and andba4 andhad j
had seen proper to confer upon con congress congtMB congrem ¬
gress an absolute power to govern the theterritories thetelritories theterritories
territories He deprecated as pernicious perniciousth nerniclousth
th > principle of the bill which fixed the thetariff thetariff
tariff duties dutifson on goods going going from the theUnited thenittd theUnited I
United nittd States Into the Philippines He Hesaid Hesaia Hesaia
saia this really gave to this country countrypower countrypower countrypower
power to fix both the price at whlch whicTithe whlchthe
the Philippines should sell their goods goodsto goodto I
to us u and also purchase ours That Thatthi Thatthl Thatthia
thi thia was a power which no just j st nation nationwanted I Iwanted Iwanted
wanted to exercise and which could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be exercised exelC s without abue and rd op opposition opl opposition ¬
position positionTaxation l positionTaxtlon O JtIonTaxtiOll
Taxation Without Representation RepresentationHe
He insisted that it war wa precisely Jirec sely the thesame theS theannie
same S power that the British parliament parliamentsought parliament50ught parliamentsought
sought to exercise over the American Americancolonies Americancolonies Americancolonies
colonies against which they rebelled rebelledHe rbelledHe rebelledHe
He said that Philippine sugar to enter enterour fnterour enterour
our markets must pay pa a duty of J6 J6per 36 36per 36pci
per ton while hlle ours could be sold in intheir intheir intheir
their markets upon the payment of f 17 17per 17per 17per
per per ton that their hemp must pay a aduty adut aduty
duty dut of 20 Q while ours could truer the thePhilippines thePrHlpplne thePhilippines
Philippines at 11 per ton that th tour tourcoal our ourcoal ourcoal
coal could enter at 25 cents fitS per ton tonwhile tonwhile tonwhile
while theirs soil soi here must pay 67 87cents 67nt5 67cents
cents nt5 per ton that our tobacco enters enterstheir ententhttr enterstheir
their markets on a payment ym nt of 88 cents centsper centspet entapound
per pound while theirs must pay here here18C here1at here1ac
1at 18C per Per pound He said a fit place pl ce for forSuch forSUch forsuch
Such a bill was in the cortea cortest of < > t Spain Spainand p h han j
and an not in the congress of the United UnitedStates rnUedSta UnitedStates
States Sta s He pointed out that the seers secretary 8ecretar seerstary ¬
tary tar of war favored making generous generousconcessions generoullconcealons generousconcessions
concessions in tariff duties on import importations importtlon importstions ¬
tions of sugar and tobacco from Cuba Cubayet ub uby ubayet
yet y t this bill failed to make any cjnoes cjnoessk ctwesIJktn cwea cweakni
sk IJktn kni n on the same importations from Tromthe lromthP fromthe
the Philippines He said that th lt < if the thepolicy thePGllcy thepolicy
policy of the Republican party were to toprevail tort toprevail
prevail rt Van it was better tter in order to I get gettraste gettra gettr
traste tr concessions from the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States to be a subject of Great Britain Britainand BritainaDd Britainawl
and thereby secure a reciprocity reclpro < lty treaty treatythan treatytitan treatythan
than to be an inhabitant of the Philip Philippine PhiJIlpinE Philippine ¬
pine islands j which we bold as a part partand partand partand
and parcel at this country countryWitt countrywifi countryWIlI
Witt ArOuse Arouso Resentment ResentmentMr
Mr Thayer of o Massachusetts Ma in a afifteenminute Lfifteenminute afifteenminute
fifteenminute speech explained liie liiereasons ti tireasons 11 11reasoWl
reasons which induced him to oppose opposethe opposetl opposethe
the passage of the bill He declared declaredthat declaredthat t ared aredthat
that we had overpowered the Filipinos Filipinosbut illplno8but
but toad not conquered them tht > m that the thesame thesame thesame
same spirit of ofllberty liberty which led them themto tht themto > m mto
to rebel against the tyranny of f Spain Spainstill SpainsttH Spainstill
still animated them This bill which whichprc whilhpre whichprcposed
pre prcposed posed to tax them at both ends of ofthe Ofthe orthe
the line would naturally arouse their theirresentment theirrfsentmEnt th1rresentment
resentment resentmentMr
Mr Grosvenor of Ohio called atten attention ntt attention n nUon ¬
tion to the fact that th < Republican Republicanadministration Republicanadministration Republicanadministration
administration had tried to avoid the thewar theW thewill
war W I with Spain SpainAt SpaiJAt SpainAt
At that time said he the awe awec
7
c
o i
thoughtless cry of liberty li rang through throughthis throullhthis throughthis
this halt I believe if k had not been beenfor beenfor
for the explosion of the Maine there therewould therewould
would not have been any aay war but that thatall thatall
all the results re which have followed followedwould followedWGuld followedwould
would have been worked out except exceptthe 8XC exceptthe pt
the acquisition of the Philippines I Iwish 1wish
wish the opposition > n would stand with withus withus
us as loyally in bearing the burdens of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that war as they were in driving us usinto usInto
into it Applause ApplauseMr
Mr Grosvenor recalled toe storm of ofcriticism ofcriticism ofcriticism
criticism against a similar Mil for th thbenefit tbbenefit the thebenefit
benefit of Porto Rico He thought tbo t it ithad Ithad Ithad
had passed and money had been made madeavailable madeavailable madeavailable
available Mr Grosvenor described the thebenefits tb tbbenefits thebenefits
benefits of the bill from th the stand of ofPorto etPrto ofPorto
Porto Rico RicoOld RicoOld RicoOld
Old Xan Grosvenor Ifakrji IfakrjiTurning X XTurning MolsyTurning
Turning to the queettoa retitfcoclftr ell8GIJCOclhe ad retitfcoclftrhe TO3MOCIhe
he declared that the Republican party partywas partywas partywas
was practically solid as to what should sttooldbe d dbe
be done Those who went yelling for tortariff fortariff 3mtariff
tariff revision he said ware about as asnumerous asnumerous asnumerous
numerous for the amount at notes et3my et3mymake they theymake t1leymake
make as was the coyote widen dIn disturbed dtturbed dInturbed ¬
turbed Grants slumber on th tile western westernplains WMterndains westernplains
plains plainsHas plainsHas dainsHas
Has the gentleman forgotten the thelast thelast thelast
last speech of the late President t Mc McKinley McKinley McKinley
Kinley asked Mr Thayar of Mama Massachusetts assachusetts Mamachusetta ¬
chusetts chusettsI
I have not not answered Mr Gros Grosvenor Grosvenor Ornevenor ¬
venor I wi w the gentleman cen would wouldV
V r that 6 < and read it and act acti4 aetjn acton
i4 jn > on iL It Ii s he will rise in ray rayestlmatior nyestimatlor
estlmatior nl odd per cent centRefer ce centRefer t
Refer ag the provision of the bill bille4tiv bUti
i e4tiv e tA t to tae suspension of the coast coastwise coastwise ¬
wise navigation na 1ution laws on vessels plying plyingbetween plyingbetween plyingbetween
between the United States and the thePhilippines th8Phillppinet thePhilippines
Philippines Mr Grosvenor said the theprovision theprovision theprovision
provision was necessary because of tbt tbtcongested tbtcongefrted thecongested
congested trade in tb t6fPadAc t6fPadAcSincp tPactflcSince PacWc PacWcSince
Since this bill TS reported how however however however ¬
ever said he I learn that possibly possiblywe poeelblwe
we were in error I s to our facts ta and andthat an antbat andthat
that the coastwise vessels v may Boon be beable beable beable
able to come to the rescue If that thatproves thatproves thatproves
proves true the provision can be bestricken bestricken bestricken
stricken out in the senate senateSkafroth senateSkafroth senateSbafroth
Skafroth Has Been There ThereMr rbereMr ThereMr
Mr Shafroth of Colorado who has haarecently hIlSrecently hasrecently
recently returned from the Philippines Philippinesvigorously Philippinesvlgoroualy Philippinesvigorously
vigorously opposed the bilL He de declared tieclared Icdared ¬
clared that there were many popular popularmisapprehensions poputamblapprehenalons ptpu1amisapprehensions
misapprehensions about the Filipinos FilipinosThere FtlipinThere 1lipinooThere
There was a highly y educated ted class classamong rlaaaamonc classamong
among them perfectly Capable Pathe bIe of con conducting CIUducting ¬ sa
ducting a government governnientaof angQf Qf gove goveI goven govening
I ing themselves the vetJ A goveraairat goveraairattstrangers governipzstrangers Ql Qltrangera
strangers must fall in many respd respdMr res resIfr resMr gOfC
Mr Sbafroth went ov oft r a list of ofsalaries ofsalaries ofsalaries
salaries paid pal to the American qfflciala nqfttciabin qfflcialain
in the Philippines PbWpplnesto to show toe inter interests intere intereats ¬
eats e ts of the poor natives who paid the thetaxes thetaxes thetaxes
taxes taxesMr taxesMr taxesMr
Mr Shafroth declared that the t th spityt spitytOf spfrstof
Of independence and liberty lived iT iTthe Uthe L Lthe
the Filipino as well as the Ameri Amertand < < Cd Cdand i iand
and that until the Filipinos were free freethe If iee ieethe > e ethe
the situation could not be satisfactory satisfactoryto l8t1 factcryto
to them or us usMr usMr usMr
Mr De Armond of Missouri who has hasrecently 11asrecently 1asrecently
recently returned from the Philippines Philippinesaroused Ph1l1ppinaroused Philippinesaroused
aroused much enthusiasm m on the Dem Democratic Democratie ¬
ocratic side by a denunciation ot the thepending thependir t ho hopendirg
pending measure and of the entire entirePhilippine em entirePhilippine t
Philippine policy of the administrat onHe > m mHe n nHe
He declared that the bfll proposed ed leg ¬
islating after the manner of the em empire Empir empire ¬
pire pir It disregarded the rtgh rights l of the theFilipinos th thFilipInos theFilipinos
Filipinos as well as the American rep representatives rpresentatlves representativee ¬
resentatives It was legislation ledla on by the thewar he hewar
war department legislation by aJiei aJieifor aJ aAenfor en enfor
for alien He denied the necessity of oftaking oftaking oftaking
taking the islands or keeping them t pm
Democratic applause applauseWe applanseWe applauseWe
We Acquired Them in oily lollyWe oilyrye lly llyWe
rye We acquired fthem hem em hi folly said
he let us dispose e of them in wisdom wisdomAlmost wf8domAlmost wisdoniAlmost
Almost every man in the islands 1 1aDcl lODes loagsfor longsfor
for independence and liberty How Howlong Howlong Howlong
long will it be before bf re another insur insurrection Insurrection ¬
rection breaks out Who can tell how howmany howmany
many of our youth it will lay layaway away in incountry incountry incountry
country church yards how many dol dollars dcllars ¬
lars of extra levy it will coot the peo people necpie ¬
pie How much better would it be for forus torus totus
us to return to the principles of any
American party and make an end of ofour ofour ofour
our troubles Why not dispose of them themto thmto themto
to some country that wants w colonies coloniesMr
Mr Patterson of Tennessee ee de denounced d dnounced donouneed ¬
nounced the bill as tending toward rd im imperialism Imperialism ImperIalism ¬
perialism and against the interests of ofthe CYtthe ofthe
the whole country The Democrats he hesaid hesaid
said always had favored the acquisi acquisition acqu1 acqutsjtion f ftion ¬
tion of territory which could be carved carvedinto carvedinto carvedinto
into states with American citizenship
but opposed any colonial system systemRobertson systemRobertson
Robertson Will Vote Aye AyeMr AyeMr LyeMr
Mr Robertson of Louisiana a mem member member menher ¬
ber of the ways and means committee committeesaid
said he would vote for the bill Fail Failure Failure Fallure ¬
ure of this bill he said ineffect b1 ftect would wouldmean wouldmean
mean free trade with the islands l lands and
he was opposed to bringing the sugar sugarand sugarand
and rice planters of Louisiana into free freecompetition freecompetition
competition with ith the sugar and rice riceproducers reeproducers
producers of the Philippines This Mil Milwould hil1would tIllwould
would be b a notice to the Filipino liplno p po popie o ople
pIe that they never could hope for equal equalrights eqialrights eQnajrights
rights with the American citizen and andmust a admust HI HImust
must prepare for independence lie Jlesaid Hesaid liesaid
said that free trade tra p with the Philip Philippines Philippines Philippines ¬
pines and reciprocity with Cuba was wasnow wunow wasnow
now threatened and would annihilate annihilatethe annihila te tethe
the sugar Interests of his state stateThe stateThe atateThe
The house at 5 p m adjourned adjournedNEWS adjournedNEWS adjournedNEWS
NEWS FROM MANILA MANILAHope MANILAHope
Hope to Prevent Gold Exports Exportscth Cth r rHappenings rBAppenings
Happenings HappeningsManila HappeningsManna BAppeningsManila
Manila Dec 17 l 17Th Th United Star Starcommission Stacommission
commission e has finally decided to r i iacain laJain I
again interfere with the importation importationor ± rnportatiotor nportatio nportatioor
or exportation exponat n of gold ar r silver unl unlabsolute uniabsohutcl If Ifah801ute
absolute compelled to 1 do so by fort fortof frtof ort ortof
of circumstances but beginning beSim n wit1 wit1the with withthe
the year 902 the comrrMB comrrisaioa omrJj ioa io will air dlfcr dlfcrthe a1trthe r rthe
I
the two tc t one rate rat in n accordance wifii wifiith wHnth wititthi
th existing X ratio rati ir I the hope of pr pcpting prVT prvrting >
VT vrting pting tins the he further export of gold and andVii 101J1rkrla anduridfl <
Vii J1rkrla rii aa bills which w kh are at prc5t prc5tshipped Jr prc t thing I1mg
hing shipped clniiy clniiyThe thiiiyhe lJjY lJjYThe
The he reports r ports from t th provinces oJovuces > f tha thaearthquake th tharthqukl thtearthquake
earthquake of f Sui SUlday > 1ay nat show th th1t th1tthey thtthey t tthey
they suffered su Ye td more s sla ely than Mt Maier Mtl
la l i At Batangas Batan I i iby uler ier was kll kJp kJpb kfltj kfltjb < i ivral
by b falling maronry maronryKftips ma inatorryzhipe nry nryips
Kftips ips felt fp t tii ° si 11 S vral v ral miles t tS ta tI ti
a
I S ven < n hrnir h1i1 ir ib1jmen i bmen j > men have haverendered sii siirendered Ii Iirendered
rendered in the u 1nd ind nd of Sainar Inar owir owirto oi oit OwiTto
to t the lack of food foodThe foodT foodfhie
The T son of the governor of the tj isiTi i is t tof tof Iof
of Negros has been kiil kUlfi < H in an anKupement anKa angagement
Kupement Ka ement with Ladrones LadronesFour ladronefFour LadronesFnur
Four cases of the plague
hae h f fcurl c cjuried cLurrI
juried curl here the th first since Octobr Octo tkt b bL
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