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GIGANTIC ANIGMIN1NG MINING DEAL DEALCLOSED i iCLOSED I ICLOSED
CLOSED IN THIS CITY CITYjgrecmcnt ClTYAgreement CITYAgreement
Agreement Reached Whereby Wb r by the DalyWest and andQuincy andQuincy andQijincy
Quincy Companies Are to Be Consolidated Consolidatedfebsbility Go ConsolidatedpbabiIity solidated solidatedProbability
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botilfd pitaliatlon of 0 H8WW 100 Should the consolidated mines continue ntiaue 4 4p 4 I
4 1 p pay > he s ne dftrtdenda the eomp eopziy any would wsu pay It i per p cent on o a 4 + +
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B t fPah reahd d Yflter7 aftemooll o the thenaiyWest t t1a1 theLI I
LI naiyWest 1a1 Wefit and Quiney Mining Miningrompanies II IIfO MII MIInanie5
rompanies fO I nk tl PI r > to be consolidated e ° eiOUi1td eiOUi1tdtition and andtif a
tif tipion iion involving raOHona ram of doUara doUanat GMIaiThe 1
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1 It o 111 ewe The Thet Theti agreement Teemelt wss wa mnde mndein ae aea
mom In th KnntsfoTd flt1ffl hotel by byommitw b bTnhtte
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both com compsnien OIUptlllf11 compiflP1
repitentmi
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psnien The directors will meet t today todayi dy dyI
i ratify the t c Action etIo tlon of the committees committeesu1
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u1 1IJo 1 t sign he papersraii papers enrDtii pepersT
raii T t dli H th 1M l legal a J documnts have MYCb4n haveben
ben b n formally ormall executed the terms of offit oltrt ofu I
trt u fit weenvnt I rreern rttrr n nt are guarded < with the thegr thegrritPI I
grritPI gr twt secrecy rfe It is understood understoodhowler unde11lt understoodhwet
howler h rpr that the t Quiney company oom is iso I Itll I
tll t o wii 11 all its It assets a to the Daly DalyWest DalyWestand West Westand W t I Iand
and that the he latter company will l in invrtw isIts
vrtw ast its it capital and Issue stock t ck to toih totho toth
ih tho owner of th t Qohtcy in paymeat paymeatIt t tIt
It believed bl lIte1 that the Increase win m be benniy benny
nniy Mwo 5 fIOII shares making maJda the tots totajp totaaltI totsaltton
p altton Mt ltI tln yn of the DatyWest 1atyWHtharfS MtMmarcs MtM Nt4harL j
marcs Whnber there is a cash eaaIIIlllrltInD eon eonK so sot
K irration t if i not known J except UCle to the thei
i iP > tw directly concerned concernedShan ftn nctrfledShaie naed naedSbare
Shan of f the Qnincy QnincyThe
The T Quincy altboufi aJt i wonderfully wonderfullyrich
rich has a small area compared < with withthai w1tlathai Withthat i
thai of the th DalyVest Daly eat and a large part parttiu rt rtf I
> f tiu it ore or bAits u v ve been In dispute disputebftwecn disrutebitwer I I
bftwecn the two co O ipaates aniea For that thatrtuon tbatftUGll thattuon
rtuon it Is s tllered l I vtd that the tbeQalIlCT Quiney Quineynil I I
nil uiI 1 1 act ot rtceive a greater compenaft compenafttic cosopes cosopestice i
Jot tic than the t roO r4Nt shares to be d diMwed u utbtect dietrb4ed I
iMwed pr pr rate < among ong the twelve or orfifteen orfttttell oritttw I
fifteen tMrehoMera tMrehoMerarac I
TIt to toriI oblaaIoo ot 91m 91mtut
rac a property prn n rivaled only niy niyHr by byKing byKing
Hr King KingBfor KingfltOft KingRtnr
Bfor th tho > > doal 4 was consummated nted it itdid itJ11 Ithid I
did J11 it IU Tert on the stock Market ntsrrketIiaiyWwt MarketIaIy ket ketlIalWt1t
IiaiyWwt IaIy Wrst after closing Wednesday at atJSS5 atr atpene4
JSS5 r open pene4 ne i yesterday yt8t rda a > IS3 3 and andmrd aDdIJ1fIr antiiJThra
mrd IJ1fIr d above SK U with HSSA SO SOat demand demandi
ej i et rhe hf close aa increase of nearly nearlyj ne nes
j a thar or J10080W 51000 in the valuation valuationo
o tiie property propertyTh
Th rummittees to whom be were w e en entrjited ell elltr entrjited
trjited tr Jlted the solution of n < > problem problemii
11 ii 1 who have been working worldllch zealously xcakwslyr
r h t r several fal days yj past were Judge W WH WH WH
H H Dirkwn lrli on W S McCornick and andJicnb andJ3C0S
Jicnb E Bamberger Bamber for the Daly Dalywst Da17W DalyVet aD41
Vet W t and nd David vkl D Erwin David DavidKrith DavidXeith
Krith K ith aitf an James Ja farrell for the Qnln Qnlnrv I
rv r Seveiai Stve pal al crinftrrences ron were held and ando andnalcn
o nt8IIIonl > n ssions were erE made and remade rso4ePvai remadevrrai I Iwal
Pvai vrrai times before bef an understanding understandingas u ua1
as a reached reachedAll rarldAll rraehedAU
All Suits WttJu Wfthdth Withdrawn WithdrawnIn awa awaI
I In the th settlement all suits are with withnra withli1atfl
nra d li1atfl an n including that of the DalyI DalyII Daiy Daiyt I
St t against the Quiney Quo the plea of ofthO ofth I
thO th h > Qmny QIri for
damages from the theah
ral ah West We the g suit of Q the Quincy
a asainss aI St the LittlE Llttl Bell and the action actionw 1I 1IP
P 1111 w V 34 1l Ferry FfotlJast against the theMit they
> Ir y > Y Mit t for or dmag damages d alleged I to nave aepn
j lefl pn n suntainetl by him before befoftuinry befo the
kuincy was as incorporated The sheet I
II thus left ft entirely enUrel clew cleaI cleaTt I
Tt
Tills great controversy which whkbTHEY bleb baa baaTHEY MaThEY
I
THEY HOPE FOR PEACEMinisters PEACE PEACEMinisters
I Ilinisters
Ministers Believe Better Terms TermsCan T TrisCan enftS enftSCan
Can Be Had Now Thai ThiAfter ThaiAfter ThiAAfter
After Coronationr Coronation I It1r
NfT t1r r Tork M Yaltb reh 2TRepm Reperts from
Jlrl Pr ww H ami jhe hc Hague tootum to t tt re ret rertI
t rtI t th tt anxiety nxiN of the Ron lteerIt 4kll delegates to tonTJ tOIt
I nTJ It nirst nItSIOOII < l that peace cannot be bewithout
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without their JumUhjft k I IIa and eon eonh iour
r Ia ° ° 1nnlo ondOll dispatch to t tr
II 1n Jispatc1M diapto s ae eoetradc trad tradJ
J r n IrJt Jt bIte b lllec t as are t the deda dedaI derlaa derlaap
I p j tttflutd ilm UItd In Or 1t it asy be beto
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asuj aau that Mr
to KnI8PI Krue has
about ha haIkbjg tbarprs Intentions lateatJoaan
n Ial ItI montho and flij tnt be ber has mae maeapet1
t aptwtl aptwtlr aptwtlIrh
r r Ttth Irh h minSI ntlnister r at The Hague H Hr nn nnT nnh uarn
IIIh rn T tr r h hopeful ° Pcful that peace wig wigr nilThv
p Tny y ar reported to have havebit7
bit7 IIr r Kril liragr f > and < Dr t Leyds that thatClW t1uIttf
I tf mp ClW uld ui be mad made before thanrh than thanration
f thf
r1 rh hoj If toronatlon ration bat t tiWft ere ereconfirming ia 1110
confirming this rumor
fl1n ion
1brh In a an editorial thi
n1111i T1tT n the Aisrican lican nvaslon and
hinkp flf f Brttl British h Investments hi hiW
W ar thi ltp t lfP 8ttl th the D11 Daily N News san soy y ys
urj not tryln tryIng to ° make
a a f fr f mm out ootim
t P r prot uqw > 11 or the boycotting of
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< a matt matter er of ofr
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JIIINrt h hal while we wartin wartinf
r I r JT hh are ar waiting
f 1 = th ir t JTK nTII and manhood > bOOd ta 5 the I
p Lih r1 1 lcrt he Aiti Asiericaa eaa are aret ii
h qrinr 1Ting K Tntp IODtrol ° l of r ow tow Iad
I I it t is I 1Inf i irn the I nation arGUIet arouae r um 4 w wn It I
r a IKnf n nff of ° f < the > gravity of its postWAI post posIFATAL postFATAL
FATAL Ilsnt INSTIHCT ii FOR HEWS HEWSamong NEWStttO I II
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p Caldirita ConsidJ it a 7osotb 7osotbrefermet na i
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JQInalifts UCbt fl4tlt wIth h a fatal fatallutlDct InsUact for forasport
tbe boul boulSan to be eUldbie to eterdis to toport
asport port Egbert Zlbotan Arrtvw
San an Ftane
Jrt1 lrt ko March la 7 y t trim
rl ta TIwo bert ni arrived toda today tr from Ma a
tit I cbert tItIs trie a battIts t fIr n
t11acbarsll OWpnrflCbt tn7beL lafaatry and 5
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been Wt1e4 settkd involved the ownership ownerahtaof >
of e and the right t to mine a certain ceraiItuof certa1upoi certa1upoitn por portion
uof tion of n the DalyWest territory twrIto tIN tINfettlu Uteet UMtfeet
feet fettlu jn length milton nHo of doliara being bentgat heTM beingThe
at inane inaneThe
The DatyWeat Da YWetit wltt wiltnoon soon be In a pest position pMItIeIJ pestuse ¬
use to pay still more mo immense divi dividends dlvldd divIddL ¬
dends It has been a great del d dearDIr1C more morethan morethan
than earning its dividends of 0OM a amonth aua amonth
month while the Quiney Quln 7 thinn Uu thiugh h the thegreat tileChat timeeat
great eat bodies tied of high grade or it bad baddeveloped ba4veloped haddeveloped
developed veloped has been regularly contrib contributing OOIIMoror oontibsting ¬
sting for a year ear or mofe past fUSttt fUSttta SIn SIna lUINa
a month It to understood that the thebottom tileum tim timbottom
bottom of the Quiney workings and andthe IIItIae andthe
the highest b point the Daly DalyWest West has Jtuia hasVedebed hasranched
ranched in I its efforts to meet thorn t tth are areleas arelius
leas than th 400 di feet a apart That being beingno
no a matter of sixty x y days should seethe see teetIae seethe
the two tw mines connected and all the theore tJIeore theoie
ore going pl out through the Ontario Ontariotunnel OatariotUllDel Ontariotunnel
tunnel to the railroad carswill cars carsWfll NkraI1MWUe
will Increase DivMdi DivMdiWith Divwl1dlWltJa DIvMidiWith
With that method of handling I the theproperties tItepIOrtleII tim timpiupertlen
properties there is no reason o dOUbtthat doubt doubtthat doUbtUtat
that tfc t present dividend divide will be in increased tn tneread Incrooned ¬
creased to 78 cents a share re at least leastmaking IeMtma1tLlC leastmaking
making the mine the th largest Iarpatproperty earning earningproperty earningproperty
property in the state stateA stateA
A A 7 75ent cent dvidMia d vl4 nd on a mOM sharecapitalisation share sharecapltaIbtlon
capitalisation we weald aid be flSMtt 15 a month monthor mOa 1
or 1800000 a year if the consolidated consolidatedproperty cosoolMatedpoperty
property should continue paying divi dividends dlviasnda ¬
dends at the present pr nt rate the amount amountw alllCll ainmatWould t
Would w u d be Doeo 22COOO a year Only O for fomrmining t formining
mining companies In the United Statin Statinexceed 8ta tat tatXcaed
exceed this cum The Calumet < twnet A jBeda jBedaMichigans ecIs ecIsJchlgaagreat
Michigans Jchlgaagreat grtt at co coat cor PP
at the rate of f400Ci f400Cifiaitd MOOCa 1UNlCO t j yTUpitd 1 1It
fiaitd It d Verde Betutof Betutofing O4tot O4tottzona tot c
Mtz tzona n II IIInc ct ctlog
Inc U9UJ 9XJC flUasted flUastedat y r T Tat Vl
at Butte palci f240CoM toC laSt laStrnurae yeaV yeaVcourse
course t uue the dividends of the AmaJ AmaIIIa AmaIIIamat man manmatg a amatta
matta mat Copper company owning the theAnacosda UteAnaconda theAnaconda
Anaconda and many any other properties propertiecare
are e largely in excess of this thi sum The TheAmalgamated TheAmalpmated TheAmalmated
Amalgamated is paying per cent dlvideath divi dividends dtvic1e ¬
c1e death cb on a capitalization of 9153887900 9153887900Pay 1113IS1IIOPay 151181 151181boy
Pay Less Than DaljWest DaljWestThe Lr We t tTINt
The Tb Tamarack of Michigan pays 2 2a 2eNs 2 24tCOeo
4tCOeo eNs a year Next below the Daly DalyWestQnincy Da1JWe8QulDC7 DalyWestQulucy
WestQnincy combiiation comes the theQuinsy theQulny theQuIny
Quinsy of Michigan with 1 lININ 00 0 an annual annual ¬
nual dividends The famous famo Homeqtake Home Homestake Hometake
stake mine of the Black Hills Is still stillfurther stlllfl1ther Stillfurther I
further down the list with annual divi dividends dlvfcJJuS dlvidoiide ¬
dends of 84t000 4IOO 000 The Silver King K has hasheei hallJa
heei 1 Ja 1 paytag 1300000 a year yearVhe yearbe yearhe
Vhe be stock market will be watehed to today today today ¬
day with great interest It te under understood undertood understood ¬
stood that there is I a large short inter interest InterMISt Interest ¬
est in DalyWest among the brokers brokerssome broke brokerssome
some stocks having been sold short as aslow aslow
low as 120 2i Owing + u the fact that thatsome thatsome
some eome of the bears have scripied at atnothing atnothing t tnotlataar I
nothing to frighten small sharehold shareholders rehold reholdand ¬
ers and break the market it te 18Ueved be believed betiered ¬
tiered that the men who control the thesituation tbeIdtuation thesituation
situation will show no mercy me to these theseiren theBeINIL thesemen
men One prominent bear is credited creditedwith nedtteciwith creditedwith
with being short mOrt 20M oee shares of Daly DalyWest DalyWest
W West unless uftl he has covered with anus unusual anusnal ¬
ual nimblraes nlmbl and secrecy Others are aresaid areslid re reeakI
said to be short to a lesser extent extentSCALPER extentSCALPER
SCALPER MAY BE BAD BADBUT BADBUT
BUT TICKETS ARE GOOD GOODChicago GOODbtcap GOODchicago
Chicago March < h 57 lHowv However reprehensible repre reptebIe reprohble ¬
hensible bIe and nd odious to a railroad com company compt1y cornpay ¬
pay a ticket scalper may be there to no nolaw nolaw nolaw
law that inviHoates a ticket which otherwin other otherwise otIterwt ¬
wt win wise Is valid became WIe It passe paa e through throughhis tblOUBhI throughlee
his hands hantsJutf baRtsJufe handsJse
Jutf Jufe e Chytraus of the superior court courthas cevtpVfn courthas
has given this thu lab opinion in the suit for fordamages toraaae fordaMages
damages aaae brought by Morlts Horowits Horowitstas Horowitz4Ins
4Ins tas the tb Chicago ft Northern Pacific PacificIroart PadflcRatl PactflcRaliroas
Ratl Raliroas Iroart company Damages of I2 Sat were wereagreed Wflereed wereagreed
agreed reed UOOK UOOKWhite U unosWhile Oa I IWIriIe
White traveling with hU wife to Min Witnesota Minnesota JIUnot ¬
nesota dh 4 > ticket purchased from a aSouth a80lltb alouth
South Clark Cla street scalper whieh had hadorisiaatt badOI1CUl hadoeigmoII
orisiaatt Uy > been issued to a Mlchlaaia Mlchlaaianewapaaer I8calIfr ch1gsn ch1gsntwwspapor
newapaaer lIfr Horowitx was coatrooted by byJ byI byI
J C Pond general nerat pasaenger agent nt of ofUM oftJte ofthe
I UM road who happened to b be en the thetrain thetrain e etrala
train Horowits and hi his wife wlf were wereejected wereI wereejected
ejected ed from the train at t LakevtUa flfty flftyoa nft nftODe flftyone
oa ODe miles from Chicago Ch1 a I The Th attorney attorneyfor attorneyor aUOIIWto
I for to or the rod arcued aau that Horowltx bad badbeen badbeea hadbees
been gully pU of a constructive fraud fraudTO fraudI fraudTO
TO IMPROVE THE EPARK PARK ROADSI ROADS ROADSWar
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I War Department parbtent Increases her Available
Itoads and Work Will wmPlhtCial E Begin BeginPptcli gin ginpcUl
> pcUl to l Ta T H Htrtd HtrtdWaablo HersdWashington r fi fiWashington >
Washington March arch rcb 27 i80me 7 Some ome time timeago timeP timeago
ago Senator tor Warren secured from the thewar theat theWar
war department at an apportionment apport OlUllfDt of ofK4W of4t
K4W 14 4t to o baUd a road between betw Fort FortRuunMl FortRn FortlUiJll
RuunMl and Cheyenne tf ff the bI bids re recently flc recontly ¬
cently c opened the tow lowest st was t7M 110 and andthe andthe
the work was not undertaken undertakenAfter 1IDdertaklnAfter undertakenAfter
After the conference today with Hh Rep Representative Reprusentative ¬
resentative Mondell the secretary of ofwar ofwar i iwar
war agreed u be > make an additional ap appropriation appeOpriatIoa appropriatlon ¬
propriation of W70 and the work aOl wfllnow aOlnow 01 01ROW
now be undertaken u The secretary baa hasnot baaBot baanot
not c1e de decided Idd whether the contract will willbe winbe willbe
be let ondec the t former bids or be re readvertt Fe Feadftrtls readvertised
advertt adftrtlsAt advertised advertisedAt d dAt
At th the request t of Representative RepresentativeMondell R RepresentatlveMoadU resen taUTe taUTeM01a
Mondell eU the house committee omm tt on ap aptlons appuprIatIons
1 proprlattons tlons ha has agreed a eed to o keep the thei thework
i work of building roads and bridges br in inTeUomtrn inYelo inTeionatne
I TeUomtrn Yelo ta park ark under the contract contractavstem contracttW contrartI
I system tW em The cvmmlttee will iII place in inthe InI inthe
the sundry civil appropriation bill an anitem n nitem
I I item appropriating annually 250000 for forthree forthree
I three years for park improvements improvementsOf
Of this amount 75000 is to be spent spentyearly spent7IUIY spentjesnty
I yearly on roads and bridges in the thefsrest th thst thfrtt
fsrest st reserves east fa t andsouth and south of the thenark theIrk thepark
nark parkr
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J Joan ohn IL Batman Confirmed Confirmedj ConflrmejIVaabingtnn
J j Washington March 2TThe Tbe senate senatetoday OenatEtooay senatetoday
today confirmed > 1 the nomination of ofJohn f fJohn
1 John H Bauman receiver > f public publicmoneys publknJlln publintncys
moneys nJlln at a t Tucsor TU < Of Ariz
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Amount iount That Has HasBe Been n issued issuedby Issuedby Issuedby
by the Hill Merger HerferWANT Merferi MerferWANT
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1zW YORK Match Iat4 mzcb 27 Z7Joba 7JohnIN John S SKennedy
NEW IN Kennedy x banker k was recalled to today to today today ¬
day for CTosseiamination nu tIoII In the thehearing theof thehedging
hearing of the salt it of Peter Power Poweragainst PoweragaInst
against the northern orthera Pacific Railroad Railroadcompany RaIlroadCOJD1 Railroadcompany I
company Bltald Heaaid be h bought a block blockof blockof blockof
of Xorthera ela Pacific stock about a ut i iworth ItIll ItIllNSworthIstit S M Mtt
NSworthIstit tt worth In IfM There was no noagreement noqTeeI noagveei
agreement agveei sat on his part with anyone one as asto asto asto
to how he WM to vote or sell U his hisNorthern hisNortilena hisNortbern
Northern PcI Pacific tto to tiok k Mr Kennedybdd Kennedy Kennedyheld XeQpedyDe
held about allout iIIISNO MOM Q of Great GfI t Northern NorttAnawblda NOrtIeIL NOrtIeILtsek NorthernHWl
tsek wblda whlc was voted bJ bJmIl James 3 3HIt
mIl on a proxy The formation of the theNorthern beMort theNorthern
Mort Northern Pacific wa ws m pet > t dependent dependentUpon del depesdeulupon 8111f 8111f1IPOII
Upon the aoanlreinont t af either Great GreatNorthern GreatIlasthernor
Northern or Northern NOIIIIIIaaPMIk Pacific Mr Ken Kennedy Kenandy ¬
andy s akl Jd that he had Mftr neverheard of ofany ofany
any 7 agreement Iellt in the Kortnem Se Secaritiea Be Becilrttlell Beclt1es
caritiea company that any net of men menwem mente menwe
wem we to control the comnviy comnviyfee comtye y yHe
fee e aRu ma said aidt1lat that in the sale Il of ofIfertMeni ofJfordten ofItortheru
IfertMeni Pacific ctlc stock sta to U th tIN Northern NorthernBeemkks NortMrDlecurltka NorthernSemmeiules
Beemkks company each stockholder stockholderacted steekbolderaetel stockholderacted
acted for himself TJje Thewithoas wUnagn wi never neverheard neverheard neverbeard
heard that there waa as any < Mstion on or orMacunsMn orrR ordiecIon
MacunsMn rR te tetM the cfloct that ih time North Northern Nortbensn Northtnt ¬
ensn tnt Securities company was organized organizedto
to acquire a majority of stock of both bothroade botto bothrosdi
roade to maintain rates rat and control controlcompetition controlosmpetiton I IceIIIiIfetltlon
competition The retirement of the thewatefied theftIIIerred thellnerred
watefied Northern Pacific stock had hadnet hadMt hadbeen
net been part of a pfaa to enable anyWI any anyane 117to
ane WI to coatrol the Northern Pacific Pacificcompany PaclkIIF Pactocossupany
company IIF ao far as be knew knewW knewW kneww
W P CkHMfr vice president ldent of the theNorthern tileort theorthern
Northern ort em Securities company ra was w thensoled then thencalled tIteReIIed
called Mr Boutelle Bout ue of counsel for forPower forPower forPower
Power questioned UMtIoned him himTarn 11Imr himTea
Tarn r have tesilged that a large largeamount 1arpt largetemeust
amount t of Great Northern Mock wag wagnever wunewr waslever
never transferred to the Northern Se Senrftf s sctIIftte Besetities
ctIIftte nrftf eg company Will you explain explainfcr explalnt captainIbis
t Jlr JlrThe fcr fcrThe
IbisThe The purchase pu of about ill illOIHRpletK share shareas aharesgg
gg as completed but negotiations for lorbout feraIIoe forbout
aIIoe bout t MOOM 110 sharto bare were not com comptatefl COlDpIeteIl co con coDeUnas
ptatefl n v vDaoliaas
pIeteIlDeellD
Daoliaas to Answer AnswerMr A1IswerMr AnswerMr
Mr dough Clst declined to ray whether whetherthe whetJlertile whetherime
the Northern Securities company had hadreceived hadreoeIftd badeceIyed
received d1 dividends on the Great North Northern Northera ¬
era stock hew toy 1 It It He e said Id that thatCharles thatChuie8 thathrle
Charles hrle Steele of J P Morgan 41 Co Coe Co Coeqe Coesipo
eqe esipo e f Baker Jr and A B Hep Hepi HepeId RepPurn
Purn i held proxies for the Northern Nort Pa Paatoek Palit Pagg0
gg0 tock in the uoaieacion Plle essktp of the ther thesloua
sloua r BetuiHtea company
If slouat atoer atoerte atDill IN t = companythe the arat aratatD SreaA SreaAatoer
te net so good but I think It ItMs It1MMt ItI
I Ms 1MMt by J 7 J Kfll R I and by Edward Edwardwyer JWwanISa RdwMlewyer
Sa lewyer wyer in Mr r Rifts HBI absence Wtt WttBanMan9m8W WttMId Witmom
mom BanMan9m8W MId OOI worth WMt of Northern Northernstockhad NorthernSeeu Northern3ecuiltlee
Seeu stockhad atock had been Isiuril edTJd MaedThis IsiurilThis
This concluded thf t tb examination of ofokmel ofCoIoae1 ofoIonel
okmel Clough Mr MrKellogg Keilogg of counsl coonlet coon couaMI couaMset I
set sl for the Northern Securities uritieIJ com comhy cornanI
pailT anI hy asked for an adjournment jO until untiltturday unUlSaturdJT until3aturday I
tturday At that session he said he hetoned hewt heclaimed
wt toned hed to examine alne Mr r Perkins Perkl S of theIra the therm Uteftnn
Ira rm of J P Morgan A Co He H also alsootraed al80notHled alsototiBed
otraed Mr Boutelle that there were wereirtain werealtat
certain alight sllg t corrections corr < ttoa to be made maden madein
in n the testimony of Mr Morgan and andt andIt
It t was agreed apeeclthat that 4beae heae would wOllldbe be made maden madein
in n writing and enteredupon entered upon the rec record record recrd ¬
ordMr ord
Mr r Kellogg Ken also asked ed that Peter Peterower PeterPower Peterower
Power ower the plaintiff in this suit be beiroduced beproduced beroduced
produced at the next aextlon aeasioa Reply Keplyfas Replywas Replyiag
was made that the t Mr Power would be beiroduced beproduced be1OdUCed
produced as soon as the direct testi testinonjr te teetinr tlM
mOOT ° nr was in It was was then agreed that thatbe tbatthe thatlie
the be adjournment taken today should be belubject beBubject beubject
lubject to the call of the examiner and andt andIt
It t was said that it probably will be beree beth1el behive
hive ree w weebbfofQe weeks eks before befq e the next session lieIonwill sessionrUt
will 1 be held KHl Harriman is to tor tobe tote
be te r the next witness witnessSt wltne8t witnessSt
St Paul March XT JiSuaunou Summons were wereived werereceived wereecelved
received ived by a number of St Paul rail ralld ral1roacI railend
end d officials today directing them to toppear toappear toLppear
appear In Chicago next Monday before beforelie
the lie e interstate commerce commissioner eonimJs8lonereto con nlseloners I
to 0 answer questions relative to the theransportation tbetranaportatfGa theraizsportatlon
ransportation of grain and grain grainroducts grainproducts i
products The lines interested were wereHose weretboee wereboee
tboee Hose operating between Kansas City Cityliraouri CityM CitydISSOUrI
M liraouri river points and nd Chicago Chicagorhlch Chicagowbkk Chicagothick
thick includes the Burlington XII Mllaukee XIIwallee Milraukee
aukee Great Western Northwestern Northwesternnd
aDc1 nd a number of other systems systemsSt tema temaSt
St St Paul ian March 27 7Mte The suit suitf RUitof
of f the state of Minnesota In the state stateourts staterourtJI statenurts
ourts against the Northern Securities Securitiesnnpany Securitiescompan Sicuritlesompany
nnpany and Great Northern andorthern and androrthern aadKortbem
rorthern Pacific railways will not be beled belied
dlec1 led until after ner the suit of the state statef stteof
of f Washington Wb1n toa is filed with the United Unitedstates InltedStates UnitedItates
states supreme court on April 7 Atenvoy At Atoraey AtI
torney envoy General Douglass and his as asociates asotIates anoclateg
ociates have completed the papers in inhe Inthe Inhe
I the he case and hold them far filing < At Atney Attorney Atenvoy
torney envoy ney General Stratton of Washington Washingtonte
tate te was w in consultation today with withttorney withI withUtorney
ttorney General Douglass Douf and Spe Speal Special
I cial 11 al Counsel Wilson WilsonDes WlleonI WilsonDes
I Des Moines March 27 27Gneraor 27GneraorCUmloa 27Governorummlna Governor Governorammlns
ammlns has vetoed the socalled 11ed mer merr
8ft > r bill Governor Go r Cummins bases his hiseto hisveto bineto
I
veto eto wholly on the unconstitutIonality unconstitutionaUtyf t1ItionaUty t1ItionaUtylor
f the measure in that It discriminates dWerlmlnatesIn
lor In 1 favor c railway corporations co as asainst asaaabult asLaInst
aaabult ainst ou 0 coroocatioas cor and also 1110
a prtliege prt 11ep to lines operating operatingpartly operatinrpartl7 Operatingpartly
partly outside the state that is denied deniedthose deDIedthose deniedtboe
those wholly within file state He Hesays HeYH HeSays
says YH the measure is plainly Intended to tobenefit tobeneftt tobenellt
benefit the Burlington tOll < system systemCATJSE 8y8tCDICAUSE SystemCAUSE
CAUSE OP TE BIG FLURRY ELTJBBYLight FLURRYLigbt PLURBYLight
Light on the Northern Pacific Sense Sen8tional SensetIeni1 Sensational ¬
tional AdyaaeLouisville Adyaae AdfQIDIL AdvanosLutsvflle
Louisville L > ui1oIlIf Ky March roIn ST In the Unitetl Unit United tnlttd ¬
ed States Stat court today In the suit of St StJohn StJohn
John Boyle of Louisville against inst I I W WHenning WHenDIng WHenning
Henning of the t New York Stock Ex Exchange Exnce Exchange ¬
change nce in which Boyle seeks to recover recoverKB ft recoveroa
1120 oa < KB which h M deposited with Henning Henningas H nning nningmamns
as when he t or4eftd nrd Hennfnlr to
buy him prior to the of May
last WO shares of Northern Pacific stock stockdepositions storkdeposItions tockdfPsltions
depositions were read from New York Yorkbrokers YMItbroker Yorkbrokers
brokers > showing < that In their opinion opinionMr oplni oplniMr
Mr Henning did not act recklessly or im imprudently ima tinprudently ¬
prudently purchasing in = Northern Pacific Pacificcommon Pacificcommon
=
common at a few a share on o Stay 9 to cover covera
a short sale It made for Mr Boyle BoyleThe BoyleI BoyleThe
The deposition of J J Hill president presidentof
I of th the Great G at Northern railroad was wasread wasread
I read He denied having been at any anytime anytimE anytIme
time concerned in the corner on North Northern Northcr0 orth
I ern Pacific on May 11 S He admitted that thathe thathf thathe
he and his friends and J P Morgan MorganCo lit litco
Co 0 held at the time of the effort effortto frortto
to corner UM market mJk t > ttt < M Ol > of ofthe ofthe I Itbe
the common stock of the Northern NorthernPacific NorthernPattflc NorthernPacific
Pacific and a large amount of pre preferred perferred ¬
ferred stock st k He stated i that an agree agreement agretm agreemeat ¬
meat m < nt was 85 entered Into by hunoelf h f and andfriend andfnrd andfHends
friend with Jj J P Morgan ft ro r a by bywhich byhleh by bywhich
which hleh they were to fp eperit wH their stock at atContinued atContinued atContinued
Continued or Page 2
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iNEWS 4 VvLws + + NEWS I MEMJ lI U J P Morjn 4V ora7 i n Waawtnss tt Vlf Wtfi fr 8S ih in > the Northern Pactffcwjt Pacific suet yesterday yesterday4V 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + f + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
11S S TOMB TO JoV A KOP KO1JL KO1JL1t J 1 1ti
ti tiS 1t 1tMausqIeurq
S r e J o dm > MausQle MausqIeurq J11 edledby by Himse4LIs fls 3 9 5 Strk StrkOitITg trik trikmgt
OitITg mgt ndsc e Rlfo esia Q1b Q1bBlackChamberlains
BlackChamberlains Prop Gone
1 i APE TOWN March ST 27The The prep ptreparatlons p prep1tI f faratlons
CAPE 1tI aratlons for th thw state funeral Df DfCecil Bf BfCecil o oCecil
Cecil Rhodes whiehwUi which will take takeplace takeplaee takeplace
place here April 2 are already alre dy Jwprogress J tlOgres Jwprog heiwogrem
rem Flags are halfmasted halCma ted every everywhere eVerywhere everywhers ¬
where The body will lie in gtgle for forseveral forseveral totseveral
several days in parliament use useprevious 1houseprevious house houseprevious
previous to the funeral funeralThese r rThose t tTkoee
Those who attended the sick bed bedy say sayMr seyMr
Mr Rhodes was continually sorrowed sorrowedover sorrowedover ed edover
over the fact that he left so much mqd un unaccomplished unaccomplis unaccomplished ¬ I
accomplished accomplis bed So little done sq muck nmehto muckto
to do was an expression watch telt hhe hheused he heused Ieu
used u ed more than once onceDuring onceDuring I
During Mr Rhodes illnese all kinds kindsof tof kindsof
of novel means were utilized to eons counteract eonsteract ¬
teract the trying heat Boxes of eoua1 Ice Icewere Icewere Icewere
were let into the roof of the seaside seasidecottage aea8Idecottage seasidecottage
cottage at Muizenberg where he diedyesterday died diedyesterday
yesterday ye terda fans were continually kept keptin keptin keptIn I
in motion and extra windows were cut cutin cutIn cutIn
in the walls wallsLondon wallsLondon I I II ILondon
London March 27 iTbe The Rhoiesian Rhoiesiansection Rb Rhodeelansection lie lan I
section of the colonial exhibition at th throyal Ute Uteroyal theroyal
royal exchange has been draped in inblack Inblack
black blackNumerous blackNumerous blackNumerous I
Numerous expressions of regret resretnd resretndCODdoIence and andcondolence andcondolence
condolence have been contributed contrl by bymembers bymem bymembers
members mem rs of the stock exchange e and andothers aMI andothersintereeted
others otherslntereete4 interested in South AfricaStock Africa AfricaStock
I
Stock Exchange Prepared PreparedAfter Pre PreparerLAfter I IAfter
After a slight hesitation at the open opening openlug ¬
InK of the stock exchange the tone opeaI ofKaitirs of ofKaffirs ofKaftln
Kaffirs was distinctly firmer showing showingthat howl howltbat showingthat
that Mr Rhodes death had been din discounted dincounted Is ¬ 1 1couo
counted countedThe couo countedThe I IThe
The executors of the late CecilRhodpe Cecil CecilRhodes
Rhodes are Lord Rosebery Earl Grey GreyAlfred GreyAlfred GreyAlfred I
Alfred Belt a director of the British BritishChartered BritishChartered firitishChartered
Chartered South Africa company l Mr MrMitchell Kr1 Kr1Mitchell MrMitchell
Mitchell B A Hawksley counsel for forthe forthe forthe
the British Chartered South Africa Africacompany Africacompany I
company and Dr Jameson The Theorlg Theorlginal TiorIgInal orig original ¬
inal will Is in London and will be pub published pubHalted ¬ I IlIbed
I IIn
Halted shortly shortlyIn
In a dispatch from Cape Town the Checorrespondent thecorrespondent I Icorrespondent
correspondent there of the DailY Mail Mailsays Mailasys I
says 711 that Cecil Rhodes when be last lastvisited lastvisited i ivisited
visited Matoppo O Hills selected tha l anot anotwhere JIPOt JIPOtwhere npotwhere
where he desired to be interred and andgave andgaTe andgave
gave instructions to an architect con concerning concerning concorning ¬
cerning the memorial to be erected The Theplace Theplace Theplace
place of interment is beneath a 111 > nat natkopje ntkopje natkopie
kopje adjoining that on which Major MajorWiteons aJorWllMoaz MajorWilsons
Witeons little force made it ita last laststand laststand
standStriking stand standStriking
Striking Landscape His Tomb TombThe TbTbe TombThe
The memorial to be erected will be bep1OlllineAt a aprominent aprominent
prominent feature of the striking landeape land landscape landpepe ¬
scape At present there t ere Is nothing nothingmore BOtbtnsJDOe nothinguio
more JDOe uio e than a bridle path from f Buta Butawayo BohIwan Buluwayo
wayo to the tk burial place Work on this thisHE t tI tI thisHE
I
I HE HASA HAS A FINE YACHT YACHTPresident Y YACHTPresident CHT CHTPresident
President Discards the McKinley McKin McKinley McKinley ¬
ley Boat For Another AnotherFiner AnotherFiner AnotherFiner
Finer and Better
gperfal ee4altO to The Herald HeraldWashington freudWailthigtou 1 1Wa8b1DgtoD
Washington March 27 iThe The Mayflower May Mayflower JIIayMftower ¬
flower a magnificent yacht originally originallybuiltfor ori81aaBybuilt originallybuilt
builtfor built for millionaire Ogden Goelet was wasmade wamade wasmade
made today the preoldenfs personalyacht personal personalyacht per oaalyacht
yacht The boat is carried on the list listas Uatas listas
as a faust cruiser and was acquired acquiredby
by the government during the time of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the Spanish war The yacht is lux luxuriously luxMurlously luxurlously ¬
urlously appointed throughout throu lIout its mag magnificence magnthcence ¬
nificence being muchgreater much greater than that thatof tbatof thatof
of Emperor Wittietns Meteor eteor III IIIBenton IIIrail iiiBenton
rail
Benton of Missouri MissouriSt
St louis March J7 Oonsrwsnwa ongrII it M ME MF IE
E Benton was W8 today renominmcd r by b Ut UtFifteenth tJoiftenth thFifteenth
Fifteenth Missouri Y sourl district Democratic Democraticconvention jrmoraticuflnventiOfl ocralic ocralicennentioa
convention ennentioah
1
h
road d has already commenced COI menced but its itscompletion itscompletion itscompletIon
completion will require one month monthContinuing monthContinuing montirContinuing
Continuing the correspondent says saysthat saythat saysthat
that a death mask of the face has been beensuccessfully beenaucce88tuUy beensuceesafully
successfully taken The features which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were ditsorted aa a result of big mal malady mala mala4 ¬
ady a T resumed their r reposeful dignity in indeath Indeath Indeath
death After Aftelrt The ns autopsy which re revealed revealed ¬
vealed an aneurism an Urlsm ofthe of the heart the theremains theremains theremaIns
remains were placed in a coffin and andcofrweyed andyed andcetvseyed
cofrweyed yed at 4 oclock this morning morn lag to toKrcots toKrcots toKrcots
Krcots Chuur The body has since been beenplaced beenplaced
I
placed ed loa shell It wax Wu found Imposslide impos impossible Impossible ¬
sible to embalm it It owing to the oper operations o operatlons r raUons ¬
ations aeeeeeitatod aeee neees ltated by the attacks of ofdropsy ofdropsy
dropsy dropsyThe droptlThe dropsyThe I
The body will lie in the ball atGroots at atGroots atGroots
Groots Chuur until next Monday Monda In Inorder Inorder I
order to enable the public to view it itIt Itlt ItIt
It will be brought to Ci Cape e Town next nextTuesday nextM nextRhnberJe1o nextThesda
Tuesday TuesdayItimberfey Thesdaltlmberley M
Itimberfey Cape Colony Co on1o March 27 27Probably 27Probably i iProbably
Probably no other place In the world worldshows woddhow worldtows
shows how tows more general and more sincere sinceresigns Blncere8I8IUi sinceresipos
signs of mourning for Mr Ir Rhodes than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the Diamond 1 City as Kimberley is istermed Istermed Istermed
termed The stores are clbsed the flags flagsare flagsare flagsare
are halfmasted the offices of the De DrBeers DeBeers DeBfera
Beers company are draped in black blackand blackaDd blackand
and all the mines are closed Arrange Arrangements Arrangemental Arrangements ¬
ments have been made for a memorialservice memorial memorllfrvIee memorialservice
service March 30 and ntl a special delega delegation delegatloa delegatios ¬
tion of citizens of Kttnberley will at attend attend attend ¬
tend the funeral at Cape Town TownLondon TownLondon TownLondon
London March 27 iA A memorial serv service JlervIce setvIce ¬
ice in honor of the late Cecil Rhodes Rhodeswill Rhodeswill Rhodeswill
will be held in SL Pauls PaGJ cathedral on onApril onAprll1t onApril
AprilBOSRBB1YPRBDIGTS April AprilROSEBERY Aprll1t Aprll1tROSBBBRYPRBDI
ROSEBERY ROSBBBRYPRBDI PREDICTS JS A CRISIS CRISISSays ORISISSays CRISISSays
Says Rhodes Death Has Left Chant Chamberlain Chantberlain Ohamberlain ¬
berlain Helpless HelplessParis Help1 Help1Parl EelpIeasParis
Paris March 27 27Lord Lord Rosebery ar arrived arrived artired ¬
rived in Parts this morning < from Lon London London Lendon ¬
don The PatHs says be made the thefollowing theollowlng thefollowing
following statement to a reporter reporterMr reporterJllr
Mr Chamberlain was only an in instrument intrument instrument ¬
strument in the hands of Mr Rhode RhodeNow RbodesNow RhodesNow
Now that the latter has disappeared disappearedwhist dlappearedI
wli whist will become of the member from fromBirmingham fromBlnmapam fromBirmingham
Birmingham England has had enough enoughof
of a policy based solely on force to which whichonly whichonly
only created c ted enmity in Europe rope and cast castus castadrift eastus
us adrift and nd caused ca 8ed thousand of our oursons oursons
sons to toptrfllh perish A ministerial crisis crltl in inEngland InI InEngland
England now would not be surprising surprisingPossibly surprl8l surprl8lPoNIbly surprisingPossibly
I Possibly because a1lMyf of the coronation coronationMing CfronationJltllg coronationWag
Ming Edward will OJ prevent this by endIng end endMlog endIng
Ing the war and directing English pol policy polky policy ¬
icy into new De channels more in InI con conformity eonfon ¬
formity ren fon fty lty with Justice and the > rights rf < ht of ofpeoples ofpeop ofTO
I peoples peoplesTO peopTO
TO ADOPLPAYNES PLAN PLANWbtn PLANWashington
4 + Washington Wbtn ton March 27 2Repn 2Repnntatly Repre Repref > +
f aentativc ntatly Babcock of the ways and andV and1nE +
4 V meau 1nE committee called at the theWhite tbet > 4White
t + White House today in response to toa 4
4 4 a re reqet pest t from the president It Itf Itwas +
f 4 was discovered that the committee committeNDda 4 4stands f ff
+ f stands eight e to eight as between betweenf betweentbe +
4 f the Payne e and Taw Tawney ney Cuttan 4
4 4 recIprocity r lty proposition and that thatMr 4
4 Mr 1 Babcock who has ben n absent 4
4 on account of illness held the de deddtDg 4 4eM1ng
4 + cMlng vote After Aft r the interview intenleit 4
4 it was stated that Mr Babcock Babcockhad 4 4had
4 + had been won over by the presl pre8lt 4
4 dent t and that he b would vote for forthe 4
4 4 the Payne proposition propositionVillage propo itloa itloae 4
+ + + + + 4 4 + 44444 + + + + + + 4 + 4 + 4 4Village
e Sa 0 0Village
Village Dastroyed by Fire EireScranton FireScranton
Scranton Pa March 27 nFlre Fire today todajin todayin
in the tb village > of PeckvUte eight mi mifrom miles mtlefrom milesfrom
from here destroyed d troyed forty buildii buildiiwith buildings bUildlapitb buildingsWith
with much of their tbt > lr contents Loss Lossf LoseThirty
1180 f Thirty of the > buildings Wet WetJ WetFifty were wereFifty ere erei ereFitt
I i J
Fifty Fitt rHiiilo iiltJi oili art Ft left homeless hom > 1eM an anare anJ anJare arJare
are bein vreu lre 4reti foi by the neighbors
I
REVENGE ON GERMANYAdministration GERMANY GERMANYAdministration
Administration Will Surely Ex Exclude Exelude ¬
ip elude Sausage aU U9t and Other e ermno r
rmno m Iift
Washington March 2T 1WlIIIe WWte no nopolicy itopolicy
policy has been defined as to the course coursethis couraethis coursethis
this government will pursue in meeting meetingthe me ting tingthe
the new meat exclusion law of the theGermans theGerlnana the3erntans
Germans Gerlnana all the measures ures that appear appearto a > pear pearto
to be practicable probably will be beadopted bea4optecI beadopted
adopted The matter so far is only in inthe Inthe Inthe
the preliminary stage but today toda ItPrOgressed It Itprogressed Itd
progressed d so lofar far that facts and figures figuresbearing figuresbearing
bearing on the trade and the articles articlesof j
of import from Germany which may maybe maybe
be available for imposition of SimilarrestrIctIona similar similarrestrictions lmllarre I
restrictions re trletlore are now ready for submis submission Il n bmis bmisston bmls bmlsslon ¬
sion to the president and his advisers advisersThe advisersThe advisersThe
The department of agriculture has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been gathering these facts and A list listof listof listof
of articles found to be treated with withborax with1Mxax withborax
borax or other preservatives plt against againstwhich agalnatwhich againstwhich
which is laid the charge chargehat that they the are areinjurious areInjurious areInjurious
injurious has ben comdeted completed com ted and the thequestion thequestion thequestion
question of policy will be given serious seriousconsideration seriOUSconsideration seriousconsideration
consideration very f ry shortly shOltlyThe shortlyThe shortlyThe
The articles that first will be con considered considered ¬ I Iiddered
sidered along this line are sausageswines sausages sausageswines usagesines
wines beers and delicatessen en A large largeper largePer largeper
per Per cent of these have been found to tocontain tocontln tocontain
contain preservatives pre ervatlrell such as might mightcause mightcayee mightcause
cause them to be barred on the same sametheory ametheory anisetheory
theory as that adopted by the Germans GermansThe GermansThe GermansThe
The United States has been excluding excludingfor
for some time articles containing containingsalicylic containingsalicylic containingsallcylic
salicylic acid and nd another acid clearly clearlyproved clearlyproved clearlyproved
proved to be injurious but the en enforcement eaforcement enforeement ¬
forcement of such articles will now be bemade bemade bemade
made even more rigorous The German Germanview Gennanview Germanview
view of the deleteriousness of boraxwill borax boraxwill boraxwl11
will be accepted and other regulations regulationsin
in all probability will be adopted bar barring barrin barring ¬
ring stuffs treated with other preser preservatives preservatives presetvatives ¬
vatives Whatever restrictions on ar articles articks ¬
ticks are re decided upon it is likely Bkel that thatGermany tbatGermany thatGermany
Germany will not be specifically re referred rp rpferred referred ¬
ferred to though the articles selected selectedwill setect setectI Selectedwill
I will be such as to affect mostly the theimports theImports
imports 1m ports from Germany GermanyOPPOSE GermanyOPPOSE GermanyI
I OPPOSE THE TH TRANSFER
Protest la Made Against O1 ChangingContieI Changing ChangingControl angin anginI
Control of Forest ReservesI ReservesSpecial Reserves ReservesSpecial
I
Special to The Herald BeraJcLWblncton HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
I Washington March 27 7BeprMenta 7BeprMentaI Representa Representatives ¬
I Uv tives Mondell of Wyoming Shafroth ofI ofColorado of ofColorado
Colorado Jones of Washington aD andFoidney and andFoidney d dFat
I Fat Foidney dney of f Michigan an today filed a minority nilflority mi minority ¬
nority report against the Lacey mil billwhich milwhich
I which provides for the control of for Jorest lorI forrat
I est reserves from the interior departI departmont depart
I j ment to the agricultural department departmentThe
I The transfer of reaervespiopoed reserves eapropoeecl proposed bTthe bythe by bythe
the bill is opposed on the ground that thata
a complete transfer ls JmpractJeabiebecau8e IIUPrSCtIcItblebecause Impracticable Impracticablebecauae
because legal questions relative lve to the thesettlement theettlment thesettlement
settlement of riP rights of lie lieu tend se solectious select10aa selections ¬
lections and mining tights nau must neeesI necesrarily neoee neoeerarily
rarily be determined by the Interior departlDUt dopartmdnt de department ¬
partment also 180 that the Interior dopartment de department ¬
deI
partment ta well adapted to administer administerall adanb ter teran
all features of the forest reserve man management maaI management ¬
agement including policing w while lIe theagricultural the theagricultural
I agricultural department is not well wenQualified wellqualified wellqualified
qualified for administrative functions fwIcUoneThe functionsThe functionsThe
The report contends great adcJWoMIfxpen addLtlonlexpense additional additionalexpense
fxpen expense e would ould be incurred by thetransfer the thei
i transfer as the agricultural department departmentvould departmentwould
I would be compelled to appoint receiversof receivers I IOf
i of public mone money and fl special agents toperform to toj
j perform the duties within the reseryeanow resetyesnow rerves I
j now now performed by general land office oftIee8gents otilceagents officeagents
8gents agents agentsEMPEROR agentsEMPERORWASHES
aa I IEMPEROR
EMPEROR EMPERORWASHES WASHES FEET FEETOF FEETOF FEETOF
OF TWELVE AGED MEN MENVienna MENVleana MENVienna
Vienna March iEmperor B Emperor Francis Jo Joseph 30 30aepb Joaeph ¬
seph this morning performed at the Hot Hofburg HolMi Hotburg
burg T Threi the hrei traditional II ceremony of wash wae
i I in Ing the h feet of tw twelve 4ve aged agedThe rOf men
The e nobility and the diplomatic dl corps >
including Tnlted States Minister llIistr S Mc
Corrnit k Chandler Hale the secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the lnite i < 1 States Sta te legation Floy Fl Harris Harrismilitary Harrisinflitary
military attache and Mrs Harris wit witnessed wltneued witnesee4 ¬
nessed the ceremony after which IdS bismajesty hismajesty
majesty hung bag of money on the then theDPCks thenecks
n necks Ks of the participants arUelpan whose who aggre aggregate aggreg aggregate ¬
gate g tte age a e wa wu lfllfl years fars The old men menwnre menorp menwore
wore orp ancient t Duth > ut h costumes costumesThe OStilnieSThe stllme stllmeTh
The Th arp ages < t > f tweivf women recipients recipientsof reciplt > nts ntsof
of the Imperial gifts aggregated 1182 1182years 11Sear i1Heara
years ear
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HALF A
TO PAY THE THIRD HOUSE3Sensational HOUSE HOUSpfSensational HOUSESensational
Sensational Charges Charg sMade Made By Agent Christmas oft oftthe of ofthe r rthe
the DanlshGovernment DanlshGovernmentHouse Danish Government GovernmentHouse >
c
o
>
House Appoints a Committee to Investigate Accusations AccusationsAbner Al Agai AgaiAbner i iAbner
Abner McKinley and Many Otbtr Notd HoW Mot Men Menprising j jWa
4 Wa Washington ht gton March If 17POllen Followlng in g lithe is Ute IdMavit yft by M1eII t o oQron
4 Qron regardIng Groa desJI with people here and an rellsing I c
4 Christmas ltatement ltatementWhen r
+ 4 When early Ja FtbrUIMF I t the contests of Walter CIu CIucret CIIII CIIIIL +
L cret t report to the DuI Dnt pernment rnm ent relative to the trauler of i iDanlsb 1 1A
+
A Danish West Indies to tilt United 8 tatea became public a party partyprillt cmn cmnpiIsing +
+ prillt prising a large e portion of eCDenlnarks Denmark s best and most influential w wand Jo Joand +
1 + and highest best interests bt lujlrtig rrnP that since Christmas had in the further furtherance fDrtIIIeran turt +
4 ance an of the pending twatjr tJ Served ryed by direct authority first ftret the secre 8eCIetar + f ftary
4 + tary of state of the United lt States sat t and afterward the Danish prime primeister min mimeinter + f fister
ister Mr Herring Herrl x it wonld te impossible to disassociate dtsaasocj his effort effortfrom MrIIIfrom +
4 from the treaty or time u1III ntetfeads set forth in his report from the official oftteIa1ne 4 4negotiation +
4 negotiation ne otlatlon and reattang GO lurther that If the present ent treaty was wn4r wn4rmmmated cog 4 4summated
4 summated and permfttal lto to take effect Denmark would be obliged dItand to tostand +
1 stand before the world rI4as as 2 kTiag made use of and the United State Statehaving ac ashavlngaorepted + f fhaving
havlngaorepted having accepted such nstentftttlons ttons as said Christmas Chrl tmu sets forth and de de descrlbeai 4 4scribes t tscribes
+ scribes scrlbeai in the abovennmajKd above abovein = d report and since it was thought that thatthat thattbat tn + 4that
+ that would place the paofla r f the two nations in an aft unfavorable and J Jgrettable in ingrettable o + f fgrettabie
+ grettable light I waf rs NWIlied Mostad tIid by the party referred to to Journar Journarwith joulJMlllith 4 4with
with ith all speed from Cop Coptttbagan ihaasn to Washington and a lay before the th t trepre 4 4representatives 4
5 representatives repre of the P peOple onfe of the United States the facto Inching toue1IIIIgeertaln 4v 4vcertain 4
4 certain parts of the MgaflpfanB in order that any further steps lit litby tatosh rr rrby +
4 by the United StateS towards to causing the taking effect of the treaty treatyin 4 +
4 in question must be deli wtt with a full knowledge of the situation altuatIoNnLS + 4 4Signed 4
+ 4 Signed > NIELS GROW GROKWashington ft ftWa8btftgton 4 4Washhtgton
+ Washington March K Ii W UI UII f
I I tLL1 0
i 1TASRIGTON iTASHIGTON GTON March ST 27A A gen genYy se n nulne I IV
WASH Yy V V ulne sensation was w eMWd la 1 the thehouse tbebou theJ theJhouse
house today by tile pragantatlon pragantatlonby prtI
by Mr Richardson on of Teouea0eq Te the theDemocratic tbeDemocratic theDemocratic I
Democratic leader of chargsc ebUpCn ebUpCnthe alleging allegingthe hItIngthe <
the corrupt use of a fund f JfSIO000 JfSIO000in 1I OIn
in connection with the sale f of the theDanish theDanish theDanish
Danish West Indies The chMgss were werecontained werecontained ere i icontained
contained in an alleged secret Mport of ofCaptain I ICaptain ICaptain
Captain Walter Christmas to the pan Danish panIsh Panlab ¬
ish government which declared d that thathe thathe thathe
he had employed corrupt manna to tobring tobrlnl tobring
bring the negotiations for tj tM sale ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the islands to a consumroatJaa consumroatJaaThe B BThe
The report extracts from which Mr MrRichardson frRlchardn MrRichardson
Richardson read read4 mentioned the names namesof namesof I
of Abner McKinley and We partner partnerColonel putnerColonel partnerColonel
Colonel Brown C W Rnox who was wasdescribed wasdescribed i idescribed
described as an intimate friend of ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Hanna Richard P evans Bvanswho Jvanswbo evanswho I
who was said Id to represent repre ent Mr Gard Cardnor Gardner Gardner ¬
ner and his friends in the house and andtwo andtwo I Itwo
two press associations a aneoclati ns the names of ofwhich ofwhlcb ofwhich
which were not given as having Iug been beeninterested beenInterested beenInterested
interested In the matter matterThe matterThe matterThe
The charges against members of con congress congress congross ¬
gress were not specific Upon the basis basisOf basisof basisof
Of this report Mr Ir Richardson R asked askedthe askedthe askedthe
the adoption of a resetulidn r for the theappointment thep i iappoIntment
appointment p ot ot an invfcsiteMlBK w fat com committee committee corninttee ¬
mittee of f lJi eni 1 r rw4 S gf ruled l d dnmtty
nmtty v w4 JKJjjSKjfc = aftar tt ttres res
most Att
Mr Cannot Can CnRkbardnons of olDU Illinol IstfJK ffcit Mr MrRichardeons r rRlchenhton
Richardeons preeentatlfcit presenta i P w E5 frQM frQMmentary fraflnientary ras rasmentary
mentary and that the t Wbofc bsio matter mattershould anttershould niatttrshould
in or order order Order ¬
should go over until ntil tomorrow to
der that members might redd re I the docu documents do douments u uments ¬
ments presented pre entEd which wh 1 Included news newspaper ne neraper newspaper ¬
paper extracts affidavits st in ln the therecord therecord therecord
record
Cannon Opposes l lChristmas It IChristmas
Christmas he declared di H8 Ms own ownstatement 6wnstatement ownstatement
statement was a briber 8r r worse But Butthe Butthe Butthe
the house e voted down the motion to topostpone topostpone topostpone
postpone and the resolution after fter be being beIng beIng ¬
ing amended in minor particular partIc Ilars was wasadopted wasadopt wasadopted
adopted adopt The speaker Immediately Immediatelyappointed tamediat Immediatelyappointed IY IYappointed
appointed the following committee Ittee to tomake tomake tomake
make the investigation Inve tlgatlon Messrs Dal Dalzell DalzeU Dalnell
nell Republican of Pennsyhmnte pe Ie Hitt HittRepublican HittRepublican HlttRepublican
Republican of Illinois Con Re Republican Republican Repubilcan ¬
publican of Iowa MeCali Republican Republicanof
of Massachusetts etts Richardson O Demo Demoi Democrat Democtat
i crat of Tennessee ee Dlnswnre D Demo Democrat Demacrat Democtat
crat of Arkansas and Cowherd Dem DemocraUs Dentoctate
1 ocrata of Missouri MissouriMr MissouriMr
Mr RItA pointed out that as framed frameathe framftlthe framedthe
the theresponalbllHy thereapollftlbtlltO theresponsibility
asserted fleets on
the resolutions re
responsibility of the blurs whereas whereMthey whereasthey af afthey
outside outsideMr outsideparty
they were mere charges charg 9f an
party partyMr partyMr changed changedthe eban d dthe
Mr Richardson ° thereuilOtt theIeU
the preamble so as to road Whereas Whereasit
it is alleged etc etcMr etclr etcMr
J Je the first firstrejoiner ftrstrejolner firstrejotner
I Mr Cannon aflflOfl of IllinOiS 11U W
far uhe uhecould an he hecould hecould
rejoiner of any length ll gUl
could catch the chatpea ca1 c as tey t J Jread were wererend ere ereread
read he kl id it appear appeared thaisome thaisomeman that some somemII someman
man named Christmas t h Cknowl acknowlSfced Cknowledpd cknowledged
Sfced edged himself a br brilfW Md ant 4 worse worseSSe 1Irorlede worsemade
SSe charges on wideim it was P Pposed pr prd pr3 pr3posed
made de
wheth whethSET whethSET whetha whethSET
inveBthjKtlon Inv
posed d to make an
a
= = =
SET MURDERER FREE
Valet aiet Jones Although His Testi Testimony Testimony Testimony ¬
mony Was Thrown Thro fi OutMay Out OutMay OutMay
May Escape EscapeNew EscapeNew
New York March WrrVWet r t Jones Joneswho J08Mwho Jon Jonwho
who did the actual wgjiybf admlnls admlJterlng administering admlnlstering
tering chloroform to Mswfinaire Ire Riceand Rice Riceantf Riceaner
and who was a tool of Jjhlrick ck the theconvicted tbeconvicted theconvicted
convicted lawyer may Meplfje ll any pun punishment puni8hme1tt pUflIsliment
ishment for his crime crimeDistrict crimeDistrict riMeDlatrlct >
District Attorney Jerow J 1S was askedwhat asked askedwhat ked kedwhat
what he intended to ctofBft di glili Charles CharlesF
P Jones who 110 was Bic B Block etrtfc tk and at attendant attendult attendant ¬
tendant and who testified OM st he killed killedRtoe killedRice killedRice
Rice at Patricks aqtMl8t i aet Mr Jeromereplied Jerome Jeromereplied Jeromereplied
replied repliedIt
It is frequently nocenfnry to allow allowi allowmen allowmen
guIIt7 to > fee ee In Inthis InUda Inthis
i men manifestly gu ty p M
this ease we never coal csold 14 have la got a acoMvicUoO aCORvictiaII Sconviction
conviction without Janes Jun testimony testimonyand testimonyaDd tetmmOflYand
and m audi canes It I ioi often well to togrant tograat togrant
grant the witness hMMOftfe 1 cannot cannotsay cannotsay cannotsay I
will willdo wiUdo willdo
what office
say definitely Just tMp
do but as I said Jonas tapbnony imnony ony con convteted convtetecl eO eOrioted
rioted Patrick and It mfefct be very veryI veryInexPedient VerYinexpedient
I oosqrta Jhjfc In somecases some someeases
InexPedient to pi p promenis
cases unicesthere juIces there wn ass tit Mjt such tes te8tlmony testimony ¬
timony tlmon as the valet afg paij we could couldnot couldto couldnot
not bring to Justice tha t Jmllv lly IY gaHty gaHtyperson gufitYTime gufltYpetsea
= j
person t
4is 4isTime
Time For ClaiJiW C1a1n ded dedlS dediSpecla
C CWasbiJCtt
lS Special to the theWashing TimeWasldngttei
Washing Wasldngttei IfMt IfMtHansbrooglf M Senator Senatoruntil SfnatorHan senatorHanabroughs
Hansbrooglf Han sbroughs s bill egtng until Jan Janon JanI
1 IMS the time for forclaims pnufltlon on n of th thfor the theclabaa theclaims
claims of the several severalbursement for f r reim reimed reimbt1IRlDeat ielmbuternest
bursement for forx ex exraising ed d by the theilnnine theraising therabong
raising supporting sa savolunteer aedelpplna efI Ilpping ilnnine of ofSpecial ofvolunteer ofvolunteer
volunteer regiments Ie dOeervIcP 7j M lee in the thewar thewar thewar
favorably favorablyreported favorablyreported I Ir
war with Spain was today
reported r to the senate aenatsBuys senateBuys
rD rDBuys t
Buys American B Bgf BgfNew Beef BeefNew f fI
I New York York March iSie le British Britishgovernment Britihgovernment Britiabgovernment
government has made ft ii R contract with withthe withthe withthe
the London branch of a large Ameri American American American ¬
can packing firm for 24000 lO rases of ofcanned ofcanned olcanned
canned beef to be delivered in Lond Londfor Lond1 Lond1J Ldfor
for the British army and for fo VWOOO VWOOOpounds nfQ1pounds vyotd vyotdpounds
J pounds of sliced bacon in tin cans for forprompt hrprompt firprompt
prompt shipment
t
er any member of the house of ofsentatlv8jl ire Mhwtsentatives iresentattees
sentatives were guilty of bribery brlberrthe or orthe c cthe
the acceptance of bribes bribesMr bribesMr bribesMr
Mr Cannon pressed Mr RichaaAswt RichaaAswtto RI RIto
to know whether the report gave g8Iftname tim thaname timname
name of a member or members of o ohouse tile ttohouse tilehouse
house said to have been bribed brt brtthey anA anAthey es esthey
they engaged in a very sharp ctenM IhCan c cCannon Jff JffCannon
Cannon Can nOD was w plainly laboring laboringconsiderable labOIIIWcoMiderabll u uconsiderable
considerable excitement excitementMr
Mr Richardson insisted that IItport t y yport if ifport
port did charge members of the theand tileand img imgand
and senate senateI nate nateI
I have ha mentioned several of th thnames Iit Iitd tJ 5 5names
names said d he I I will repeat thvt thvtneed tHII tHIIWants tboa1need
need be oc
ocWants
Wants it Postponed PostponedIt Po tpoJMd tpoJMdIt
It seems to me said Mr r Caapjan Caapjanbreaking C Cbreaking Cangambreaking
breaking in that it would be wise w wmake to ismake tomake
make this investigation Inve tigation if it is worthy worthyof worthy worthyof
of investigation after the members of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the house have had opportunity to ex examine oxamine x xamine ¬
amine the documents which the gentle gentleman genUman gentLtman ¬
man from Tennessee has read They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are to be printed in the record cord When Whenthey Wbentbey Whenthey
they are printed we can see what sub substance substanc substance ¬
stance there is in them There Is no noman noman noman
man on the floor of the house who does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not demand a full investigation inve tlaation if the thehonor thehonor thehonor
honor e any member is authoritative authoritatively ¬
ly called into question que tlon But I do not notbelieve notbeUeve notbelieve
believe that there is a man in I the thehouse tbewho theiouse
house iouse who wants antJI to Investigate Inv Investtg the themere tbemere themere
mere statement teJnent of ofn an acknowledged acknowledgedJlhtef aekn acknowledgedlhlef W Wlet
Jlhtef lhlef let I would be glad if the whole wholejarould wholpS9 whologo
untU tonprrw tonprrwTca I Imers
jarould go over OIiDIHTWildtb8tt
< ildtb8tt Tca em teVrftja 1IaoFW in 1 op opportunity 1portunlty iDportunity ¬
portunity to examine t me tiu documaat documaati cumtn cumtnI
i make this suggestion in the greatest greatestgood It Itgoed I Igoedfsith
good goedfsith faith faithAnd flthnd I
And nd I have offered the resolution in inthe Inthe Inthe
the greatest te5t good faith observed Mr MrRichardson lrRichardson MrRichardson
Richardson RichardsonThe RichardsonThe
The gentleman Fentl man asks action on onR onRdocument a adocument adocument
document the extracts of which hmtrr hmtrrbeen IlaVlbeen hvtbeen
been read retorted torted Mr Cannon C hotly 1IiIGJThe hs6yThe hotlyThe
The gentleman need not notcited become ex excited encited ¬
cited or agitated I am perfectly perfectlyWing pertec pertecing Wilt Wilting
ing to have the clerk read the tJIedocumeat gf sIlk sIlkdocument t tdocument
document responded Mr MrI Richajdlian RichajdlianI Rkband RkbandI
I move to postpone the Co Cotlon couii couiitioti coussUfy coussUfytlon
tlon of the resohition re until undlInterpoeed tomTOWInterposed touwtioWi touwtioWiinterposed
interposed Mr Cannon CannonThereupon CanaODThereupon CannonThereupon
Thereupon Mr Meter of Indiagayg Indiagaygtested I Itested IndIm pi pitested >
tested that tomorrow was w wand pennion aay aayi ds3and
i and asked that Mr Cannon modify Isle htamotion 111IImotion Islemotion
motion to make it Saturday SaturdayHonor Saturda71Ioaor SaturdayHonor
Honor of the Ho Hou HouIs KoueaIs e ethe
Is not the honor of a member of ofthe f fthe
tIIaJI tlja Ute Utepa8IIP timepassage
the hOUSe more important qyiigio qyiigiopassage
passage of a few pension bOJar hills hillsMr miJ 7 onettMr onett erWMr
Mr Pierce of Tennessee TennesseeMr ee I IMr
Mr Underwood of Alabama Ala then tIIeathe ft ftthe tedthe
the floor He declare thatthohgor thatthohgorof that tM tMof honor honorof
of the country was at stafce te till taKor tillmatter tidematter
matter and that 110 far abaft tile tileor hen henor
individual Be tosiated tosiatedthat iRedthat Insistedthat
or of a mere
that Christmas after coming com here to tonegotiate tonegotiate tonegotiate
negotiate the sale of the islands and andgone udgone andgone
back as the yenOKaAjV yenOKaAjVsaid accredited eat of oftbe ofthe
gone the United States It mattered u not JaOtsaid be besaid
said whether he wasthief was thief arkf arkfhe or heave JuIaehe heavehe
he had made the charges While he hethey liehOped hehoped
for the honor of the CCMIIU7 that Qlatthe thatthey
hOped
they were Were not true they tbeytborODSbl Should he hei bethoroughly
i thoroughly investigated investigatedContinued Inveetl8tedCoaUnuecl InvestigatedContinued
Continued on Pap 2 2GERMANY 2 2GERMANY
CO COGERMANY
GERMANY FOR RUSSIAlnquiry RUSSIA RUSSIAInquiry RUSSIAInquiry
Inquiry Concerning Open Door in i
China Brings Out Declara Declaration Declaration Declaration ¬
tion of Attitude AttitudeBerUn AttitudeBerU AttitudeBerlin
Berlin March 27The Aawelatad Aawelatadress Aul AulPrea kmoeIaindPtem
Prea ress has high authority for forthat eyIng smytagthat eyIngthat
that the government of tile theStates United UnitedStates UllltedStates
States has b been sounding 8OGIIdIngto Germany as asto asto
to how far the latter country adtoward would D Dtoward s stoward
toward maintaining maint ifllfld the oiled peIChina door doseChina In InChina
China ChinaThis J JThis
ChinaTIds This inquiry which was w Initlatea lprior lnfiedprIor Initlateaprior
prior to the trip of Prince Henry enry to tothe tothe itsthe
the United States 8ta was not made with withthe withtbe withthe
the object of eliciting we well phrased JJIuUe4wrlUDta phraae4writine phrasedwritings
writings on the subject aubjectu nor general generalassurances generalassurances
assurances u urances nor even socalled soeaDecItees guaran guarantees gustuntees ¬
tees as the administration at Wash Washington W Wington WashIngton ¬
ington according to information here herethinks beIethinks herethinks
thinks there has been quite enough of ofsuch ofnch orsuch
such diplomatic interchange But the thefor thepurpOee
purpoee of this InqullT ass tit learn IearDfor learnfor
for the guidance of Washington Washingtonwhether W Wiaether Washingtonwhether
whether Germany in any event wooM wooMtake WCMddtake wostdtake
take a resolute stand for squat trade tradeopportunities adeopportunities teadeopportunities
opportunities opportunitiesThis
This inquiry resulted ta obtaining obtainingfrom oIIiIaIIIbIcfrom obtainingfrom
from the very head of the German caaplre empita em empire
pita the Impression tmJ tllatGenllaaY tllatGenllaaYblle that Germany Germanywhile f fwhite
white blle willing willi to take an KtonHcal ntical at attitude attitude attitude ¬
titude with the other power for the theopen theopeD theopen
door would not notI ta a final in instance instance Iiistance ¬
open
stance oppose opPO something ething that Buasia Buasiareally atareally T Tisally
really desired desiredThte deaimLThis desiredThis
This is the first principle of Ger Germanys GermaD7 Geemanys ¬
manys exterior policy policya wtOlt d K anpBes anpBesfully IIHfull7 apllesfully
fully to the east Asian AsInCItI1NIM qafatlsn qafatlsnChJaew nileftchinese
chinese Want Ei Hip A ApfII ApfIILonlkn Anls AnlsLenn n nLondcn
Londcn March 27 27cawIng CaXng fW fins finsUiangb5J i iShanghai
Shanghai the correspondent COlTespo of ofI time ttetin timeiztandard
I f tandard asys that Dr WA W A P Ptin Mar Martin
tin former president of the Imperil Imperiluniversity IJapedaJI ImperialUniversity
university tJnin rity at t Pekln having left Cfcton Cfctonafter CIdIIaaftN claaafter
I after hislhmrtBaaJ his i I11m1 from the Pekiauni PekbJmdI Pekigunlvereity Pekiauniversity ¬
versity Chang Chi Tun Tun Th wm send a ittelegrtm atelegrm ntelegrm
I telegrm tomorrow to t Dr Martin JIa1tIaYancouver ar arVancouver a aVancouver
Vancouver requesting him to return retnrnapresident a ai apresident
i president of the univert untvenItJ r alt t Wu WuChang WtI WiI
and foreign ad ner to att aUhigh 8 ih ihhincsr lbhinesc
I Chang I ha hang ng
hincsr high officiate omdaJlhupeand osisinthgpeovIaeSs osisinthgpeovIaeSsIiupe In the provttfia a aChupeand
Chupeand Iiupe and Hu Huaha

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