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THE DAY SENTENCE MOD MODtochers NAMtDtchers
tochers ly chers Use the Scaffold on Which He Was WasHare toHave to toHave
Have Been Executed EX6CUt d Legally LagallyI LegaIIy1I i i ii ifife
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1Jtyenne Wyo lIar March h IAct IActGoirnnr 2LActChatterton +
p tonight tonightA + I
Chatterton
Gov Goirnnr ovrnt rnor
iTs to A t C Baeler prosecuting prosecutingattorney prueeat prueeataltoI1t +
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+ + attorney of f Natron county CGu ty tytol1olnlt the thef th 4 +
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+ f tol1olnlt o nK nKin tPlpllaJft tPlpllaJftl
in the hruta hru lynching l J JWoOOard bin of + j I Iwoodward
Jwwdwsrd 4 woodward the fair naMe of Wyo Wyotwing Wyo131flt +
twing + + 131flt has be betn i dragged in the thecourt thethe theire + I
= ire the o nder Iter ot our supreme uPtemeeoua t +
+ court disregarded dI8r glirded the law la gross = +
4 ITviolate i late The report Indicate Indicatetint Indicatethat D +
tlIatD + tint no 0 precautionary JfE U OIIIU stlllt ww witikn + f fuken
tlIatDh + uken PD h the t h e officers D DPn of the taw t tpreventits te tOIt +
+ Pn preventits tut lts It violation In the name nameof namft +
+ of th the law Ia which hM been vUXat vtotd a ad + j jtd
> td d and as the acting executive executivetM esecut esecutth +
4 tM th utap lit it I Iall all upon pon you the tbecounty tll6rOOnt therolinty +
+ county prosecutor fro ecutor to institute and andmake aadk d dmk + <
+ make k a thonugh thon ° US Investigation of litrlmf f fthis 4 + j jthte
+ this crime nth UI Ii view vie to the pan psnibment t + j
+ irtment of 0 the guilty parties pe peSpoclal psrt1esSpeI1 + j jSpecial
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Special to The Hflraki HflrakiruhPER HfWaWC HnralC
ruhPER AoPER WYO March MarebrIcker 188IterHr 188IterHrRlcktrfI wrt wrtRicker1
C Ricker1 murder w was avenge avengethl avenged aeapdthll
thl thIs morning moml by one of the tilerltr10rdlnarv most mostntnordinarv montrxtriordnarv
ntnordinarv lynching la the theIf annals annalsof
of f fwntkr history Just when w n the theui thetale theitat
itat ui tale iuthoritiM u1horit at Cheyenne and andew aDdtt andeYfl
ew Sheriff Tubbs himself It bad be beDm e1M b bconvind
Dm 1M convinced aU danger da of mob law lawvru lawIU lawwu
vru past the mob was f mated fonaecLEarly foraedEarly matedEarly
Early last evening Casper began to toftsromf tGaSlltIllt toagsuine
ftsromf an air a Ir of unwonted activity activityGroup acttrit7jroupl activityroi
Group roi of men gathered ga and aDdtbelr aDdtbelrtUM their gsa gesture gsaturn ¬
turn tUM denoted noed they were talking ex exlitMIr cxcieily
litMIr although at the approach approeebltraorr of a astranger atrintr
stranger they ttlt eyed yeti him askance Ub and andmmediateiy andm i immedittiy
mmediateiy m lateiy sdjonraeo to some me other otherrnd Gtbrrt otherrend4Zvous
rt rend4Zvous rnd vous Places PIa where 1te1e loungers Ioun are arer arebt
r o08 K to congregate conlfe ate were we untenanted untenantedSitoon untenantedNklou I I IIoon
Sitoon Ioon ban t etc re not graced with itb the thepr tMp theprenee
pr p prenee 3rac ce of tl > habitual timer and an anjnooa a aJfl0u3 t
jnooa que prevailed J vaUed except where wheretMmben whererllfmbtll wheremembers
members of n < mob m b weir we en discussing disc dicusMngmehod 8ine j jmethods Imt
methods mt hodl makin mAh I n masks rr r staining I Ith
th thir ir faces r fiara rarary dra ry to taklrg part j
li I the tragic at r to come ome In trtt th ar areu arfc j i i118I
MM eu Jest bvre 1 b r rc f daivn da dWnI 1m j
In I nearly rtr ti o the he repldenes In tora toratb tqnnthe a atbe >
the tb IT UD en folks fel wete away ay from fro hs 1
JUay citiwm rl > ere ee ejayetrJ naee jto to ton p
kit ffis funltlna fwwt ni < t ut tn tnil theyflew
il n flew w the darw danr r and ms rslei l edtoft ed dew dewtown dowi
town hoping hopl to discourage some SOmth om d dth of ofth
th vrtter I ttte > hearts who 110 were advocating
ha hajlna glng nr < 1iarl harls < s Woodward Wo award before day da dahpt
ligat r came arneYglloftbeY1ctiW4j me i iVigil iVigil
Vigil YglloftbeY1ctiW4j YglloftbeY1ctiW4jHnusewIv of the Victim a Wife WifeHoue wuHouJtjI
Houe HouJtjI lves gathered at the homes homesor honetors
or irijiiSors il tors l r8 and In group up of threes tlireeaind tJafftSnd threesand
and nd fount talked in 0 low toms a AIId AIIdiltb ad ad1th d dvlth
vlth bated breath breathlest LltathLess breathLess
Less than a mile from th tile Jail wLe wLee wLeeThe Lre LreTnt e eth
Tnt th doomed doo ma was aieeateg quietly i ias
111 as a little lltt woman to whom the ru rumors rumufS rumors ¬
mors that trere pre being bruited about aboutInt aboutneant I Inicant
nicant Int ncore than tb9 th to anyone else elsepting ejt ejtopting I Iptin
opting < Woodward himself Imr The Tb wife 1
< 1 > f a desperado Bertha Woodward has baan
been n compelled eoIm jlIedtoeadureinuchforhle to endure nuch for his hisvk I
ske vk ke True and faithful
to him In ev ¬ I
ery my WY ah he had ha even en been arrested arr arisatedarge ted I
iiargea arge with larceny but on the trial trialshe
she h 1Ie was as acquitted She he knew Im her bus
hwds had ortmex rmtll but she did not take takerart takepart
part in ji committing them themAtonr themAtne
Alone now no m j her sordid mean nor surwundinirs norrundthgs
wundinirs she sat listening Ulltenln to the bowl
irg wind an1 j starting at each sound lIOu Jd
Although there were I none IIO to bring brio her
th t the new whioh hld meant no much to her
fbffeit intuitively the tlmpendm impending danger cia
of a great calamity ltlamlt iamfly Coming from f the I 1
j it zi < l In the afternoon she IIb had noticed
that men me ioppel ot > talking a as she ah ap
P j JaCMd chd and that she was u the t object
of fveryorws front > 1 gaze Children frankly j
HI1ti > u at her and an older people pulled j
aside Uld the inrUins as she 1IIwed pawed the I
houses h uM < Prom u the < increase 1Dta in curiosity Ur Nity
ahout 1out her she deduced facts that att
uid at fl for he her r husband haa
All 11 through th long 10 evening so She ant i iv
h
v the th stove shivering IIhtverht tn her shawl awI wl I
IKroln keenly k n1 Just after midnight midnighty t
1h e X tpd ra am She beard an Ck
y sional loDaI ° nal shout from downtown dGWato said saidMUiTr d
b < MUiTr 1uhfrd < Nl with rar r as a steep p
might > SM at I II rnyotn Myot hark She knew
1htt iut t meant
PI Pt1y For the theDownt0
l Downt0 l
11 group of twentyfour twentyfourn
ir hintYt tentveight > i ht men n bad Ueolnasks UeolnasksT Uij n
I out ut their ralt a1td ng bad O4eDed Ded
It u <
I H PMI parts iff 4 their fa8 A ered C1OWdr I
rf M
T I mur followed them H s as they t y
marhttI the he WI ja > and m me long be
millal e hal increase to 26fc 26fcf OO I
Knokini KRo kin
on tb door 0 Ute SriftI rlr8
ISIoent f In I they y tnvelgt hlve Invetgiei d him into intoP
tflhJt Itntna it hV I
tnsnc him It w was the
1I4fJal anl I rlr rironer > Der SlkrUr Tubbe
hi tot Ot full ffly optned P ned his sleepy eyes eyesd I
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t el he h wa w sdzed > d and boundT boaad With WithThe Wit
aLt o hs keys
and axes aDd sledge
htlmtl 1 thl th i to W
Wocdward
The tft wUd s ce ceuns cell
death svleh widlh WM coered co > eTed d with
IUM uns Tf n5d a and th tt tnriijw muni ar > was dragged
hlllnud
fnude
froa frn hi his cell Hardly teow teowa
ng wlat hat ht h wa was oIbaf UtUetbID little s
> IO Iooud Ii IIf f la large rKt > importance to the
jt lo man and a he begged to he al al
1 to t get ft ftt t nis tit h clothe clothei elotbssne lotJHoe lotJHoetf
hI h tf In ytol1 wont need them I
IIU K0i K0ihhyhiUrxe oiag yehei Md Of the
IrokhtII IrokhtIIThfY ly i hem hemThy ODe °
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a Thy t hhyhiUrxe j h hUrried < 1 him to th the ca acaoM OJd < > W Whi
COr n hi his ha hal 1 been Drnr prepmeeI d in j readitess readitess0cuUo
11hutloa 0cuUo tOday had not Ms Msround hi
IPhl ap aetet aete a a Ray of execution
Thp Th
skae ka t round the t scaffold seasl was washa8tUy 1
not
larp srge tl1nUlfht to allow all the
n 1 to o get Into It but before the
TraKir a b n > willi Ger mann of those
J it tore wedKei i In and OU1 DOt pt
Ilhtil
hlir ished thfo l aid foX exwith
p place with t thg aidtIL utP1ders4wti
Wuo1rc1 4wti wae ws shoved GII the trap
and tht ttt
ping roPt ° hastily adjusted J d In Iup slip
Iht ttt r MISe ose over hs head It was waswere
tnadt >
fbokf tight and be asked them DOt et to
him wDII + ttJaer
IM memera
o of the t
mob were fft > trying t to master the theD
tbanim fliSm of t tlit cdoId AU was
rtad
holt and th wortj ord wu gtvesbuj eabut the
dld not iV iVa I
bs D
a Lita Ian4f rins Death Deathr
YJ Vexa
1w at the delay od ID a brrry rIT to
OlT ove
labt rsbb d with It it member r of f t e mob mobWled
the murdt mUTdsr5r > r and threw him
Otr
t sde de
S a of the scaffold The drop
rt ot
far
J bet broke t noqla aDd nck i IC was
1 arot r1 j Bound U bt was W Wood O d
srral r1nl Wled
n horribly it ir uld have havell
a hart
t on but ne lilt to han shot hot hint
g a ab stead t nf t he men
it ll i
Iltu IQ a Ss tr nklea r and an pullei d dtlwn wn a as
I lng i t10aiII tf m 14 < Urt 11 cf
t bow 111 x kli ki tv
tt Wuu1 lll < to de
The mob was wa ariaUs osrtato 4MIiaJDyi hejors hejorsleaving bgiorleneing
leaving yiTIIe yi hbo tht h wto s Am Amley dd ddThey
They TIIe PtaltdMi ptasd es htf4 hbsa7 > tbMe words wordsw on onfnt
+ + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + 4 4e +
+ +
+ e t1 fnt i iTIle 4 4Tbepamgct4awsaiktIe
+ +
+ TIle Tbepamgct4awsaiktIe Tbepamgct4awsaiktIeslow 4 w i a little + r
+ slow 10 sVtitoJgfiM1 oniWsis wHav to todo todo + 4f
+ f do MnMsrera ujt g thST thinves s be btware + 44ware
4ware 4 ware P Ps e e WMKpt ictWoodwsrdstawr4n r + fr
+ r i t + r rWoodwarTs
t + + + + + + + + + + + +
tWood Wood Woodwsrdstawr4n WoodwarTs Jani f H were werefor pragers pragersfor my rs rsfor
for Us vtfi for fIrr hsiwn sad for the tilemen themen themen
men who efe lyMAfelt Iy him himT IWDTell himTU
T Tell M h boe waat sf t J yna boys hG he said saidmeaning ai4 ai4IIMaDtIII a14 a14meaning
meaning M wife wi bat t my hut WOIdIIM4 wordsd words worrteMid
Mid d thoughts WeIIfo wev re of o her herNo MrNo heriJo
No answer was given tnk pat pathettcand patheticand ettc ettca
and a Mat msaut msautThe qmt qmtThe to toTbe
The lyncfctag laa 4s reffarded as a aedafr ablooded coM coMMooded
blooded edafr stair The body bodyt was Tiespa Tiespat vwendst
st t the town tow haH by hundreds of p ppie pee peepie pebpie
pie today Mrs Woodward widow widowthe widowthe nt ntthe
the dead man cant several times timeswent timeLwent timeswent
went up to th tH body y and with t tIItnamins te tentrmLming i istreaming
streaming down h bar r face muttered mutteredPoor mittetedPoor tterec1 tterec1Poor
Poor Charlie CharlieNo CharfteNo barUe barUeNQ
No local loc 1 enVl will be made to ap apprehend aphend appnohend ¬
prehend hend the t be lynihers > rs The jury will willted wIDlad willlad
lad that Woodward came to his death deathat deatkat deathat
at the hands of persons unknown The Thetmvn lIewwn Thetimvn
tmvn is I Quiet cuietActing QuietAdine lldetAting
Acting Governor Chatterton has In Instructed ha81ruded InIi ¬
structed Ii tbe comity eJUJ1t attorney to in investigate invstiJate inVstigate ¬
vestigate tJaffair tJaffairWoodwarcfs tIM theaftaArWoodwais a air airWoodarr <
Woodwarcfs brother tber Jut before the thelynched thebnCh thelynched
lynched bnCh mall was captured d pleaded pleadedguilty pleadedeuilty pleadedguitty
guilty and fcaked to be sentenced for forlarceny fGrJ8rcetty forlareen
larceny lareen risjM A y ir so be would not he hein liein bein I
in the jail whop 1iIeta Ms brother ber get there thereas
as a he believed ki h brother r rlynHd wotOd he helynched beiyflhSd
lynched Had it 1t1Iot not been for torof him nlss nlssof 53 53of
of guilty he woaH wosl probably have been beenin
in jail last night and might have met metCharles IIIIItharl matCharles
Charles harl Wood Woodwayl wards fete feteEarly lateElrly icteErly
Early this t atorning noretagtook Sheriff Twbbs T1tbWt Twbbstook
took t the body tfown wn and removed it to tothe tGt
the t he city bell 11 where here the rope was e cut ewtfrom cutfrom t tfrom
from the neck It was then turned over overto overto overto
to the coroner coronwWas coronerWas oro
oronital
Was a Brutal Oriaa Oriaahen omWhen lfma4hen
When hen a verdict Pdlct Iet was rendered r find flnding finding fleding
ing Charles Char Woodward sanity ot mar nrarier JB1Irl1tr maruer
ier in in the t ftrs ar ftr degree beROJDa be sent eu tnrRoman tnr 1
ROJDaIy Roman OMfcsfctofa E ot aia eRly hsrssediate hsrssediately
ly embraced e the Catholic thOUc ratIon reOgtonfather ratIona n nFatber
father a tb 1 wW wWatten a Hi > njbM m mattendant
atten attendant 4 t tendnt 1 fSHTmsjr his hiswrtn h daily ta taftWth
ftWth < wrtn lblSt l4bt t Otirty dmj of r1ll1r Mrs bk ala alaon sayon ay ayon
on earth earthWoodward eartKWoodwaril earthWoodward
Woodward was U at all times curious curtousto
to t 0 know what the newspapers nl were wereayIng wereaying wereaytng
ayIng about him Newspaper > er men menverc Dftfre menve1e
verc not allowed al wed to see e the prisonerwho prisonerwho prisoner prisonervho
who said be did not care are to see the thesorlbMers tilerlbNe theertbNers
sorlbMers rlbNe but he read everything everythingthey everytbingt
they t he wrote eageriy eager ly He dreaded a aroast arast arast
rast from the newspapers and got gotworked sotorked gotworked
worked up over the t he articles more than thanhe thanhe 1
he did when he taXed tae > d about his trip tripto tript1 tripto
to the fallow aIIoVot and falling < into intoeternity Intofternity Intoeternity
eternity
During Woodwards confinement in inthe In1he inthe
the county ountyafJ Jail awaiting the day da of his hisexecution hisroXfIoCUtion hisxeeutlon
execution It was w < alleged alle d that he spent spenthis PfDthis spenthis
his tIDe in snrng nrng songs whistling whistlingand whl tllng tllnganli
and idling vtories oris wnen not writing writingeating writingeating writingeating
eating or sleeping > tng It h now learned learnedthat learnedtliat learnedthat
that he did nothing Dothin of f the sort and andthat andt andthat
that t instead of taking a pleasant view viewof viewof viewof
of his future fut he h looked upon his short shortstay shortt1tay shortstay
stay on earth rth with many misgivings misgivingsWhen mlaghingsWhen misgivingsWhen
When not witlnp v itlng letters to his wife wifeand wifeand
and 1 other oth relative Woo WOOdwani < dwaru put in inhis inhla inhis
his time reading the Bible and long <
before the day of his execution he was wassaying walsaYing wansaying
saying a morning and evening prayer prayerand prayerand prayerand
and offering a blessing b irali over his two twomeals twomeals twomeals
meals per day dayThe dayTIte dayThe
The crime for which Charles Wood Woodward Woodward Woodward ¬
ward was hanged today wus one > of the themost theIDOIIt themost
most coldblooded murders ever com comnMted coma cornittted
a nMted Jdln in the state > That the mur murderer murcJerer mitedelve ¬
delve was deserving de rvig of the fate fat that thatovertook thatovertGOk thatovertook
overtook Mm is s admitted by all for forthe forthe
the details of the killing of the sheriff sheriffand
and a the refosai of the murderer to aid aidthe aidbe
the be officer when he lay on the ground gmundmortally grnuadmortaUy groundmortally
mortally wounded nded and calling lIt for help helpshow helpshow
show thai Woodward was at the time timevoid timev timevj4
void v i4 of f any sense of pity His sub subsequent ublWJqleat subSeqiteut ¬
sequent action oa atter a t I PI escaping tlICapl from fromthe
the scene ace ot tlte be ne crime and the remarks remarksattrimte remarksatbiJUt
attrimte to him also b 1so so showed that he hewas beI Iewas
was deserving de8ervl of Gfthesevernt the I he severest punish punishment JU1dshm punishment ¬
I ment m at that could bo b meted met out to t him
Woodwvd Woed rartls night to Meatana MeatanaAfter ontanLAfter
After making his escape c ca from the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county Jail je here on u Dec 31 ISM ISMWoodward lltlWoodwaid 1GIWoodwatd
Woodward subseijuently went to his hisranch hisraacll hisranch
ranch wMch 11M a located seventyfive seventyfivemiles llevelttyflve11e seventyfivestiles
miles 11e west of Casper ea per in Garfield park parkand parksad
and near the Rattlesnake mountains mountainswhere mountaiDawhere mountainswhere
where he expected > d to receive assist assistance tataaee smistanee ¬
ance from rre his brother Harry Wood Woodward WG04Ia1d Woodward ¬
ward a1d and his wife who he b npposed npposedwould pusedwould 0IIed 0IIedwould
would he there ready read to assist aail Mm Mmin lIimin himin
in gettta out of the country He Hereached HereacIMd Ifsreached
reached 1e ranch on the evening eveD of ofJan erJan ofJan
Jan 2 So hOt but instead of finding flnolncfriends InIfrleDCIB findingfriends
friends ready to help him he ran onto ontoSheriff onto8berUr ontoflberI
Sheriff Bicker and two deputies de dea at atthe atUte atthe
the house oune Woodward did not go to tothe totile tothe
the house MaIIepon upon his hl arrival 1ft t the theranch th theranch
ranch and It t was probably an unlucky unluckythins ualuckythu italuckythIn
thins tut f r bin that he didnt for if ifbe Ifbe ifhe
be sad d he would probably have been beenarrested beented beenarrested
arrested ted and taken back to jail and andweald andwould I
weald not have committed murder murderHe murderlie
He went straight to the bam and andthere andthere
there found Sheriff Sb rltr Rickers Rieker and his hisdeputies b hisdeputies l ldepot 1
deputies depot horses It was u about aboutocJoek aboutoclock 7 7oclock
oclock in t the evening e < pnlng Woodward Woodw d at atonce atonce
once aee made e up his r rad ad to leave the thehorse thehorse
horse at the barn that he had stolen stolenfrom stolent1OID stolenfrom I
from a ranchman near Casper the thefirst tlMat thefisat >
first < day oat of jail and which was wasbadly waaadly wasbadly
badly jaded etl 1 1 MeaJ Sheriff RicKers RicKershoTPe RicKersheave I
heave and rid ride out of the country countryHe eountryRe I
He e mounted UK ffi i1kprs > ers horse ho and an was wasHbout wasl wassbOUt
out l to ride ut of f the th > barn when whenhe tHon j jhe ihMnI
he heard Sheriff flicker ni < ktr and one of ofhis ofhis I
his ts deputies come out ut of the house houselie bouePfie houselie
lie knew It was of no use to attempt attemptto att mpt I
to make a bold break and escape for forhe forh forhe
he h would be shot down so he moved movedback movedback I
back into the th barn and dismounted dismountedSheriff dismounted3henff
Sheriff Kicker RI I r advanced to a point pointt
I t tc21 t 11 feet from the open door The dep deputy deputv depty ¬
uty utv ty had tn n the meantime returned to tothw 10QUS tothe
the house Hearing aTln noises nol s in n the barn barnSheriff oarnSbeTlff barnSheriff
Sheriff Rteke railed Is that you youHarry youHarry youHarry
Harry The 111 sheriff thought it t was wasWoodwards wasWOGdwan wasWoodwards
Woodwards brother Harry who was wasexpected wasex wasexptcted
expected ex ted to reach home that evening eveningWoodward eveningWoodward I
Woodward aid laIdNo raidNo aidNo
No ita It not Harry Sheriff Rick Ricker
er then said saidOh saidOh I
Oh Its It you ou Charlie Throw up upyour upyour
your hands bandaWoodard handsWoodward baudsWoodward I
Woodward replied Co back and andwithont andwithGtt andwtthott
withont a warning of any kind he heshot heshot
shot the sheriff through the > body bodyThe I
The gun user treed E by Woodwurd was a aA aX
A X 4 < taib lal tatbe e Cots O ot revolver vhirh had hadI
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Washington w March aTbe nie sundry sundryetvfl sundryoWl undryetotI
oWl ajvrepriaUoR pijaje bill today reported to tothe tothe
the house contains eGI1 several Items ft s for forbmldtngs forIn forbuildings
buildings In the t t Rocky mountain BIGn ln region regionThey regionThey
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tee Ike pmvar ef n 111 1111tar7 m mItary
1tar7 iemflttlsss IattIIiUaIa tw1le tO custod custodof ted tedle
Ian le of the Casa Grande rams WflW pay payfor payfQr pryfor
for the custodian of Fort Sherman reser reservation rettervatk reservatlon ¬
vation n 4M > for the expense of ofIn hearings hearingsIn
In the capes of alleged fraudulent nt land landentries IaDdftItri landentries
entries In Idaho sgJV completion of the tbesurrey theIIUlfty thesurvey
surrey of the > Yellowstone YtlloJj Yell tone one National park parkboundaries parkboundaries
boundaries MM 455 enlargement of the mil military milItary mitflary ¬ I
itary post > ost at Fort Run 35050 at atFort atFort atFort
Fort XcKensie f00Q pr improvements in inTellowstone inYellOWlltone inYellowstone
Yellowstone park 1250060 IIJII per r annum for fortwo fortwo fortwo
two years fo men per annum to be ex expended exPlRded expended ¬
pended in forest reserves east and south southI lIOuthof southof
I of the park parkMRS parkMRS parkMRS
MRS WARREN IS DEAD
Wife of the Senator From Wyo Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming ¬
ming Succumbs After AfterLong Afterlong AfterLong
Long Illness IllnessSpecial Illness8peelal IllnessSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Heraldror HeraldWashington I
Washington March 2Mra Mrs Qelen H M MWarren itWarren
ror =
J
Warren wife of Senator Warren of Wyo Wyoming Wy Wyming ¬ I
ming died at oclock this afternoon at atbeen atHanb atMontiugtot
Hanb Montiugtot Ob lIMa In WaneD had hadbefoD hadbeen
been an invalid for several years and andduring andy andt8leear1 andduring
during the past year at the advice G of ofher ofher
r rtffa
= t8leear1
her physicians y she had uJa been at her sis sintsrs 1 1ters
ters home in Huntington Her llhtess llhtessassumed IIInfoMi illnessassumed
assumed m a critical I stage Saturday last lastsince 1 1ClIdren lastsince
since i mhlt which hlt = time her Ho husband J and d her herchildren herchildren
children Francis and nd Fr Fpod d Warren Warrenhave Warrenba Warrenhave
have ba been with her Mrs 111 Warren Warrena was wasa
a leader In social 8 1 church urch and charitable charitablecircles dwrltbIeclrclH charitablecircles
circles She was state t regent nt for Wyo Wyoming tyoming Vyomi ¬
ming mi Daughters Dau bten of the t American Revolt Revolution Revolttion Iu IuUOIl ¬
tion The arrangements for the funeral funeralhave tunlhave funeralhave
have not been completed ICI but it is IsPtfd ex exp enpted
p Ptfd fted the > interment win 111 be at Chey Cheyenne Lheyfnnc Cheyenne ¬
enne Wyo WyoEVANS Vo VoEVANS yo yoEVANS
EVANS AFTER AFTE8R A ANEW NEW PLACE
r WashingtonXarcfc 38 SCommia SCommiaIoDel Coramis +
1 stoner of Pensions PenaIo Evans has hasplaced +
placed his resignation re tioD in the bands 1aand8G + f fof
of the president It will not take takeeffect takeeffect + f feffect
+ effect until some important post posttlon + ftkM
tIns in the dlptomatlr service isf isffound Is IstoaDd Isfound +
found for fff htm be The pension ion com committee Ommlttee < +
mittee appointed at the last an annual + f fnnal
1 foal encampment of the G A R Rto n nto +
to investigate the affairs a < airs of the tlaepeDSloD + f fpension
pension bureau has made it report reportto + f fto
4 to the president It has not yet YltHendecide4 + f fbeen
been Hendecide4 decided when the tit report will willbe willbensde + f fbe
be bensde made pvhHc if at alL aILIt It is isstated Isata +
stated ata cl that the policy of Conunis Conunissiocter CGllUDIaaIOIter Cousmisstoner +
stoner Evans vsns willbe will be continued by byhis byhI8 byMa +
his successor successorFollowing r rFoIlo +
4 Following FoIlo is Commissioner Ev Evletter Erann +
+ 4 ana letter letterDepartment letterDepartme1ft +
4 + Department of the Interior Bu BurlSu +
4 naui of Pensions Washington WlUlhll1gtonMarcb WashingtonMarch 4 4f
+ March 15 lilltS lilltSTo ii52 4 4f +
f 4 To the President For some ometime + f
4 time I have bav been considering the thequestion 4
4 question of resigning It will soon 3OOnbe noonbe 4 +
+ be five years since nee I assume1 the theduties theduties 4 +
4 + duties of this office and I now nowhave nowhave 4 +
4 + have the honor of tendering tenderin you youmy +
4 my resignation lf8l natJon < as commissioner of ofpenaions + 4cept
4 pensions and will 111 Uk JOg to tocept totecept +
+ tecept cept the same at as early a date dateu +
+ 4 as may suit your convenience ODYeideftClTbankt convenIenceThanking < 4 +
+ Tbankt Thanking you for your kindly kindlyeonsideratlGn kindlyconsideration 4 +
+ consideration and with assurances aauran aauranof assurancesof +
+ 4 of my best wishes i hel I am very re refPE re respetfutly +
+ spectfully spectfullySigned fPE spetfutlyiSigned tfu II IISigned +
+ Signed +
SignedH
+ 4 H CLAY EVANS EV AJS +
+
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
TO ISSUE SSU CERTIFICATES CERTIFICATESSecretary CERTtFICATESSecretary RT1FICATES
Secretary Hitchcock eoe k Directs Commis Commissioner eomm Gommissinner ¬
sinner to Issue I Them ThemSpecial ThemBpedal ThemSpecial I
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWaabington HeraldWashington
Washington March 38 5cretary Secretary
Hitchcock today directed the t commis commissioner cnmmtssinner ¬ i
sinner of the general land office to direct directthe directthe directthe
the local tend officials at Boise Ida to toissue totSue toIssue
issue final certificates ertttt ftttS < on about 140 tim timber Urnbfr timbet ¬
bet and tone entries in the Boise dii diitrict di dit ditrict
trict t net where the th proof shows beyond beyondquestion beyondqUEStion beyondquestion
question that the claimant is acting atin in ingood IngoOd Ingood
good faith and made e th the entry for his hisown hisown hisown
own exclusive use Proofs of these en entries entriH entries ¬
tries were submitted by the Boise Bo lf of ¬
ficials for the th consideration of c f the d dpartnr df dfpartirfOnt dp5ytseflt
partnr partirfOnt nt and the decision of the secre secretary 04Clh1 secretai ¬
tary tai before b fori for issuing uiDIf the final certificate certificateon
on aoowiTit aou t of f alleged an frrejruJarities Jaritif on the thepart thepart thepart
part of entrymen tntr mn Todays Toda iteoisior d < < jnp prar prartirally pm pmlirally
tirally trall n ni n1amt l rses s the legitimate character characterof
of the entries
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BOtoS ltJio1JtCK RfTRfA T TFifteen 1 1Fifteen
Fifteen Hundred offThsin QfilH Were Wjthin Kitcheners Lines But They TheyManaged TheyManag TheyManaged
Managed Manag to toE Ecape oap With Almost Incredible Rapidity Rapidityr RapidifyEaOhStdeSiirprised
taph r EaOhStdeSiirprised hS Stde de Siiirprised at atMobility Mobility of the Other
RETORIA A Transvaal Tnmsv March MarchAbout 28 2 2About
PRETORIA P About 19 l5 Boers coder n Delarey DelareyLiebenborg DelareLlebenborg DelareyLiebenboeg > I
Liebenborg Iemll Kemp an4Woimaran an4Woimaranwere ti tiwere
were within the area Of Jbflrd Kitch Kitcheners Bltcheners Xltcheners ¬
eners latest lat88t iyyjm iusviit r jpt t t MMogh ugb ugbsurprtsedfTie b j jthe I
surpr surprtsedfTie ta by byl bythe
the British = t4 txOopti 0X3 0X3nMm isejttera l 1 1In
= ir irmet
met fneltlBlRg In liJf ngCaRArrt CotMriaxffcnt tL L f Ret Kroger rurer Retgeranil ¬
ger geranil and former rortnerrL Lahdrust rust NeetMing of ofKlerksderp orKlerbderp oflClerksdorp
Klerksderp KlerksderpAn
An illustratfon vt t the resourcefulness reaowrcefuinessof
of the th BowBiwras B Bfli el was given by byUeben byUebenaDd LJebenbor LJebenborand Uebenboand
and severalhundred lleveral hundied men who taking takingadvantage takin takinadvantace takingadvantagk
advantage of the confusion of the thedrive thedrive thedrive
drive formed a commando similar in inarrangement Inarransement inarrangenient
arrangement tcr tothat that of a British eel column eoIumn eelumn ¬
umn Moving close CI 8e to one of the thenumerous tbenumerous thenumerous
numerous gRpfe ga in one of the British Britishlines Britishlines ritiahlines
lines they succeeded < Hn in reaching It and andIn andIn andIn
In getting getUngtely safely away before 4iteir 4iteirruee thetrrues r rnJ6e
rues was discovered discoveredThe dlsooveredThe discoveredThe
The guns captured from Von Donops Donopsconvoy Donope Donopaconvoy
e convoy nvoy were brilliantly recaptured by bythe bytK bythe
the tK Scottish horse which charged up upto upto upto
to the muzzles of the artillery artilieryand and rode rodetbe rodetlH rodethe
the Boer gunners off their feet before beforethe befOtethe beforethe
the latter had a chance to fire fireFrom fireFrom fireFrom
From the first prisoners captured < ptured it itwas Itwas Itwas
was learned that General Delarey him himself himself himself ¬
self was outside the actual cordon hav having havIng bartug ¬
ing slept some distance westward but butLlebenborg butLlebenborg butLiebenborg
Llebenborg Kemp and other Boers Boerswere oers oerswere rs
were ere inside the columns of the troops troopsThe troopllThe troopsThe
The first body bod consisting of about
THESE WORDS HERESY HERESYChrist HERES HERESChrist HERESVChrist
Christ Died For Man to toSh9W toSh9WMan Show ShowMan ShowMan
Man How Howto to Die For ForMan ForMan
Man ManArkansas ManArkanses ManArkaSBs I
Arkansas City Kan March M k SS 2iIn 2iInthe In Inthe lnthe
the heresy trial of Rev Gmnvllle GmnvllleLeather GranvilleLquther GeanvifteLquther
Lquther before the Methodist confer conference materen conferenee ¬
ence en each side stdere rested s4 ted its case this aft afteraoen now noweJaoen afternoon
eraoen Tko remark of Louther on onatonement ortatG ottatonement
atonement atG e1 nt to the effect that Christ CtJriatcHedfor Christdied Cbrlstdied
died cHedfor for matt to show man ma bow todie todiefor tn die diefor diefor
for man Is the point upon which whi h the theprosecution theprosecUtion theproeciltiofl
prosecution la devoting most of its ef efforts offorts ¬
forts fortsDr fotf8Dr S SDr
Dr Loutiter find his attorneys are arewell arewell arewell
well fortified with 1th church records and andprecedents andptevedesta nd ndeJlta
precedents eJlta to prove that he is not notheretical noth notheretical
h heretical reticaL Arsvnents A nts were given in the thecase theease
case tonight te lfht and a decision dect toa is looked lookedf lookedtor I
f tor or tomorrow tomorrowThe toniorrowrho w wThe
The trial has progressed without wlth t the theleast theleast theleast
least unpleasantness on either side sideDr aideDr
Dr Loulhar Lo tlter is sure he will be acquit acquitted acquitted acquitted ¬
ted When seen 1 n tonight he said that tbatan thatan
1 an his tanhlngs tlllchl gs and beliefs bell r were ere in instrict instrict I Istrict
strict harmony with the principles ot ottbe ofthe i
the church churchIt chu h hIt
It Is said the committee ommlttee made a prop proposition propI propoeltloO ¬
osition to this effect effectThat erredThat effectThat
That If Hbwould sign I n an agreement agreementio
to discontinue dt his heretical > utterances utterancesthey utteraneetlthey utterancesthey
they would acquit him if not a verdict verdictof
of guilty will be rendered In the morn morninp mornI morntsr
inp I To this Rev Re Louther replied repliedMy repliedI repliedMy
My I brothers I hold convictions and andI I II
I will remain true to them Mr Lou Louther Louther Louther ¬
ther expects to be convicted in the tileport re report report ¬
port made In the morning morningJOHN mornln mornlnJOHNBUllS morningJOHNBULLS
JOHN JOHNBUllS BULLS BEST WISHES WISHESLondon WISHESLondon
4 + London March 28 SIn In an edi editorial elltonal 4 44torialtbte +
4torialtbte + tonal this morning the Time TimeoJIIP8ros Timedcompares +
+ compares the future uture relations of ofl o +
14 + the United U Uect States to Cuba CubatG to the 4 +
4 + former tormertelatio relations B of Great Britain T
+ 4 4 to tieTransvaal t1IeTr the TrhMSVaI asvaal and expresses txprea the thebope thehope 4
+ 4 hope thAt the United Unlt d States Stat will wfllhave 01 01Ita +
4 + have Ita better luck than Great Brit Brltaln gritala 4 +
4 + ain The Times says In any anycase anycase 4 +
4 + case the t theeoiulitioss eowlltione COI 8 are vastly fav favoraWeto favotable 4 +
4 + oraWe oraWeto j to the United States and andpractieId andprscdcdi 4 +
4 + practical success c555 must depend up upOR upon +
4 + on making Cuba solvent and pros Jrotperou 4
4 + 4 peroue p5ro It is to be hoped that con congre congreet +
4 + greet will adopt the presidents pr sld nts ntsblOfJd 4 4broad
4 + broad views for unless Cuba is isfJetered isfostered 4 +
4 + fostered and helped economically eco1lO8tifallyanft 4 4and
4 + and commercially the protectorate protectoratemay +
4 4 may be expected to give oonsid Gnsldeletrouble consideibletrouble +
4 + erable eletrouble eletroubleSenator trouble 4 4Senator +
+ + + 4 + + + + + + 4 + + + 4 4Senator + + + + +
Senator Kearns in New York YorkSpeci YorkS YorkSpecial
Speci S Special iRl to Tho Th Herald HrraMVahinstnarr HfTaJdahlngtfH1 HeraldWaehingIonMaTCh
WaehingIonMaTCh Vahinstnarr ahlngtfH1 1farch hSenatr Sin1t eroiter r Kpl ICearns ICearnslft arns arnst rns rnsIpH
t IpH ft here this afternoon tn t spend d Satur Saturday Saturtlay Saturday ¬
day and Sunday in New ew York
t
fo
0 c < i3
5M Boers sighted at 10 oclock la the themoraine them themorning
moraine m March M t retreated at full fullspeed fullspeed fullst
speed st making a gap between the Brlt Brltteh Brltwh Bittlob
lob columns columnsA
A race for the opening ensued Brit British BrItish Beltish ¬
ish mounted infantry which hlch had al already already 51ready ¬
ready ridden upwards of fifty mites mitespressed mDntMlr milespremed
pressed their tired hones until many manyveoati niyVOtt4 y yI1ie
veoati MB 5 Oi Oi1o ike men menwereatfewr
< J Jere
wereatfewr wereatfewrjust ere 03 UIJ 1o 1oJust n njut
just ahead df 9tf buggharm 1iuftl1 whoia who t t tmet tIQ tIQet t1 t1hot
met with a warm fire fireThese ftteTIMe flr flrThese <
These troops tro ps also succeeded in I driv driving drivIn dcivtug ¬
i
tug < back ba k another body of 9W Boers Boerswho Boerswho Hoseswho
I
who were forced to desert the guns gunsthey gunsthey n8 n8Ule
they Ule had h d captured e ptufefI from r rom the Von Donop Donopconvoy
convoy < southwest of Klerksdorp Klerk dorp in ini inFebruary
i February The Beers tried to get getthrough getthrough t tthrough I
through several openings but on each eachoccasion eachoccasion
occasion were forced to double back backuntil backuntil I Itmt
until tmt they ultimately ultimate found a gap and andpawed andpassed I IpU
pawed out of the British Brlt1 h lines within withinI withInsight
I sight of Klerksdorp Night fell before beforei beforeth beforetha I
i tha th pursuing columns could overtake overtakei overtaketbe overtakethe
i the Boers BoersFive B HosesFive rs I IFive
Five Canadians who fell out of their theircolumns theircolumns
columns and tried to work their way wayback wayhack waybck I
back were surrounded by a Boer force forceand forceand forceand
and made a splendid defense defe ae But Butfinally Butfinally Butfinally
finally seeing their case was hopeless hopelessfour hope hopefGur hopelessfour
four of tbe Canadians surrendered The Thefifth Thefifth Thefifth
fifth however refused to thrown down downbis downbls downhis
his arms and continued a singlehanded singlehandedftght singlehandedftght singlehandedlight
ftght until he was killed This was wasregarded Willregarded wasregarded
regarded as one of the most heroic in incidents incidents Incidents ¬
cidents of oCthe the day
WILL NEED NO WIRES WIRESMarconi WIRESMarconi
Marconi Telegraph to Be Intro Introduced Introduced Introduced ¬
duced by the Government Governmentin GovernmentS S
in Alaska AlaskaSan
San Francisco Jlra March 38tCaptain 38tCaptainMorse Captalu CaptaluMorse i
Morse chief signal officer m r of the depart department department departmont ¬
ment of California received te orders from fromthe frontthe
the war department rtnteI today to open nego negotlattoan negotiatkma I
tlattoan tlall for the Installation oa of a system systemof
of wireless 1 telegraphy between army ala station alatio ¬
tion tio in Alaska AlaskaThese AlaskaThele UTheIe
These are four routes mentioned Route RouteA
A 4 is to be Fort Davis at Home City Cityand CityaDd Cityand
and some point on Stuart islandninety islandninetymiles island ninety ninetytei1e
miles > distant Route B US is tile prefer preferable preferable preferable ¬ 1
able alternative al atlve of route A and is to toextend toestend toextend
extend from Fort Davis Da Is to Fort St StMichael StMichael i
Michael on St Michaels 4kbsers haers island approxi approximately approidmMsls ¬ I
mately t MB 1 miles 1 dteunct R Route uttC C is isto Isto isto
to extend front from Rampart to Winterhouse Winterhouseon
on Taaana river MY or some other conven convenient CODyenient eonvenlent ¬
ient and suitable place near tbe month of ofDelta ofDelta
Delta river 1 111 IS miles eta distant dwta t Route D Dthe Dt Dthe
the t preferable alternative of route C Chi Cis
hi to extend from Fort Gibbon to some somepoint somepoint
point on Xanana which is M5 Jd miles din distant dintaut ¬
taut The station at the latter place must mustbe matbe mustbe
be at or r near ne r the mouth tJ of Delta river riveror rtv riverOr r ror
or at Bates rapids rapt and must be at some somepoint somepm1lt sonicpoint
point accessible ace tble to boats boatsIt
It is required that the system be In Installed Infltalled Installed ¬
stalled on route Ar A or roote B by
Sent 1 and on route C or jD D by
Ot Otl OtlThe 1 1The 1The
The military dUta authorities are confident confidentthat Confldenttaat onfidentthat
that wireless telegraphy will m solve the theperntexitiff theperplextnc theperplexing
perplexing problem of Alaskan communi communication communiratios lIIual lIIualt ¬
ratios t A system = has been in operation operationbetween operationbvten
between Alcatraz I island I and Fort Mason Masonfor Masonfor a
for nearly IIMrl two years yt > ars and gives perfect perfectsatisfaction per perfecteatisfaction ct ctBANKER
satisfaction satisfactionBANKER eatisfactionBANKER
<
BANKER FROM BAVARIA BAVARIACHARGED S BAVARIACHARGED VARI
CHARGED WITH FORGERY
Cincinnati 0 March 2SJiulge > e A AC AC AC i I
C Thompson in Ute United Unft States Statescourt Statescourt
court today refused to release Heinrich HeinrichHerrle HelarlchH HeinrichWerrle
Herrle H lrlf on a writ of habeas corpus corpusRequisition corp coipugHlUisit1Ofl
Requisition ulsitlon from the Bavarian govern government government ¬
ment had been b made for Herrle on af affidavits aCftdait affidavits ¬
fidavits charging forgery forgeryExtradition forgeryExtradition forgeryExtraditIon
Extradition papers had been granted grantedand grantedand antEd antEdand
and the th > United States marshal was wasabout wasabout
about to take Herrle to New York to toturn toturn toturn
turn him over ov r to the German consul consulIn conSulIn OMul1n
In that city when the habeas corpus corpuspioceedingei f01pUSploceedirqg corpuspioceedings
pioceedingei were instituted The case casewill easewill a e ewill
will now no be carried to the United UnitedStates enitedStates tnltedStates
States supreme court < before extradi extradition extradition extradition ¬
tion tionHeinrich
Heinrich Herrle was a prominentbanker prominent prominentbanker promjnenthanker
banker in Bavaria He resides = here herenow hereno herenow
now no with his hl wife Ue and children and has hasmany hasmany hasmany
many many relatives in this city He is ischarged Isck1U Ischarged
charged ck1U ed with forgeries fo le8 aggregating aggregatingseveral aggregatingIeeral aggregtlngseveral
several hundred thousands of marks marksin
in connection with alleged raised raisedchecks raisecf ralseicheeks
checks cf > f1tf and drafts The affidavits filed filedagainst filtda filedagainst
against a him were rf mostly from Ravar Bavarian Ravariin RavarIan ¬
ian creditors and otheis associated associatedwith a assyjatedith iatd iatdwith
with ith him in the large lar e bireinoss that thathe thathcf thathe
he hcf fonserly lY conducted in Bavaria
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GRIGGS CHOSEN FORS FOR r rDEMOCRATIG t tDEMOCRATIC
S DEMOCRATIC C COnly CHAI CHAIRN CHAIRNOnIyOne iN iNOnlyQne
Only OnlyQne One Other Name Was Mentioned andow andowTierd andoownerd and 00w 00wherd
nerd Withdrew Before a Vote Was Takqrg TakqrgExecutive T Taken TakenExecutive ak n ni
i 1 1Exeoutive
Executive and a Finance Committees om ittees to Be ecreatedWit Created With tfjjjjl and aadNlxonas andNlxotfas adNixonas
Nlxotfas the Chairmen ChairmenS V ift
S i
tUASHINGTON 7ASHINQTON March 8S 3Bepre 3BepreVY Bepre Bepreyy ReINe I Ivv
yy sentatlve James X Ori GrIqI sj wa waunanimously WM WMUDaDbaGuSly wasunanimoully
unanimously chose cholllla chalrjWbi ihIe of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Democratic conyrfsslnnal ollcn rin toaftuntt toaftuntttee io su dt lt lttee I Itao
tee at ata a meeting heM fentlsJMr tosWi Itt the theminority theminority I Imlaorlty
minority caucus room at ttMr 0A 4IM 4IMA 54 54A
A committee consisting of ifre fcalr fcalrman j jmaa
man Mr Griggs RepresenUttMe Repre DtVU DtVUUaJu RepreentttlPiehams 4TO 4TOlianas
lianas of Mississippi MiaslnelpptIfupert Tteprspfitttave TteprspfitttaveRupert 1tjlfJRupert
Rupert of New York YorkRichardson Riiffsafufaqrye RiiffsafufaqryeI R n nRichard8G
I Richardson of Tennessee TeIuieee Btji asr lita iistire litative t ttin
tin William of Illinois flss4Onta flss4Ontatire lisjsifflnnta lisjsifflnntaCulberson ta tatlve
tire Jackson of snss gil5tOt gil5tOtCulbernon toF toFCulber
Culberson onof of Texas Texasperfect wasillied to toperf toperft
perfect perf t a plan of orKSJtb orga1S de 0r r Use tkeensuing 1MtnaWng Useensuing
ensuing congressional conlNionaJ8fIect csBB 13l aad aadsrtect
select tbe remaining remalnl aJMpn es of dt1I ofmlttee SBtom SBtomI < om ommlttet
I mittee subject to the rMtttcattat ri a ameetmg ai ameeting
i meeting of the full committed COft eomutU to be beheld beI beheld
held April 11 11It 11It iiIt
It is the general neral understs4i UDd that thatthis thattbl thatthis
I this tbl committee among other fIlings thtagvwill tJItupwill fIlingswill
will report in favor of the Ulean croP eC eCan 51I
I an executive committee of which ex exRepresentative exRepresentative cxI
I Representative Bn n T Cable of r 9nn J1n J1nI tUIRGIS tUIRGISprobably 4s 4sprobably
probably will be chairman ana ant of a afinance afinance afinance
finance committee of which kIch Lewis LewisNixon LewisNixon LewisNIjon
I Nixon of New York Yo probably will 111 be bechairman beclaaillaan bechairman
chairman chairmanThe claaillaanTIle chairmanThe
The only other name beside that of ofJIr ofMi j jMr
Mr Origgs which was preeented pres ted to the thecommittee theCOR1Iftlttee thecommittee
committee for the chairmanship was wasthat B8that wasthat
that of Representative Repre ntaUve Cowherd of ofMissouri ofMJ ofMissouri
Missouri MJ but it was withdrawn wlthdMl wn before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the vote was taken takenThe takenThe takenThe
The following were ere selected to repre represent repret represeat ¬
sent t states which have no Democratic Democraticrepresentation DemocraticrtpIeIeDtatloD Democraticrepresentation
representation m congress s Connecti Connecticut Connecticut Connectcut ¬
cut cut Robert E E Deforest forest Jews G A AHoffman A AHoIfJnan AIf5ff5J
Hoffman Maine Xal H J Brown New NewHampshire NewHanip8ltlre NewHalUpsbire
Hampshire Henry HoSts Qklahoma QklahomaHarry QkJ QkiahomeHarry hom homBarry
Harry Bacon West W t Virginia B H HOseesntan HOS8lllaa ElOseesman
Oseesntan Wisconsin Wl con tn 15 Eo C Wall WallWyoming WanWyoming WallWyoming
Wyoming C T Arnold Indian Terri Territory Terrltery errI errItory ¬
tory Sam Peweil PeweilThe Pew PeweIlThe lI lIThe
The committee tonight heard be rd the theprotests theprote theprotests
protests prote ta of a faction of the Democrats Democratsof D ts tsof
of the party of the District of Colum Columbia COlumbia COlumhis ¬
bia against James L Norris who was waselected waselected waselected
elected to represent the district at a aformer aformer aformer
former meeting meet of the th committee but butdecided butdecided butdecided
decided to disregard the protests made
ABB B HEBREWS EXGLTJDBD EXGLTJDBDtroduced EXOLUDBDPRepresue BXGLtIDBDIReprosifs
Represue l1dhgie dtgle dtgleto W 4s to toMft
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5 eoMIa eoMIatroduced 1J ol e Ii Iitrodue
troduced the foBowmg folloWlja rtMMiitla to be behouse i
house houseResolved houseResolved
Resolved That the secretary of state statebe statebe
be and is hereby directed to inform this thishouse thishotIlK thishouse
house whether American citizens of the theJewish theJewish
Jewish religious faith holding pass passports passportJt passports ¬
ports issued by this government are arebarred arebarred
barred or excluded from entering the theterritory theterritory theterritory
territory of the empire of Russia and andwhether andwhether
whether the Rueisan government has hasmade hasmade
made or is making any discrimination discriminationbetween dl dIscriminatIonbetween crlminatlGnbetween
between citlsens of the United States Statesof Statesof
of different religious faith or persua ¬
sion visiting ua or attempting to visit visitRussia vl8ttRwIeta visitRua
Russia provided with American ass flasaports assporta passports
ports and whether w the Unaaftn uestn If nov noveroment ov ovcrnment 0 0ern
crnment ern has made regulations ret httloRS restrict restrictins ralrletor resSIctlag
ins or specialty applying to Amencancitlsens Amencan Uneflcancitizens n ndtbea
citizens whether native tift ar 1 naturalised naturalisedor
or tile Jewish religious denwateatlon denwateatlonholding mlonboldiM 4mathaionholding
holding United State passports and if ifso Ifso
so to report tile fact In relation thereto theretoand theretoand theretoand
and what action concernray snchr Del ex exclusion excluaIeD cxduslasi
clusion dtacrimmatioa or restriction restrictionif
if any y has bpen been takaa by any depart department tlePlUtment departmont ¬
ment of the government of the tithed raitedState rlUt tithedStains d dStatee
State StateeChineee
Chinaee Exclusion Law LawWashington LawWashingtoiz w wWasbincto1l
Washington March MarchAt At the hear hearing heariDg hearing ¬
ing today before the bo huse C8 committee committeeon
on commerce on the elsom pill estab establishing AlltabIfshing rtstablishing ¬
lishing a department of commerce and andtabor andlabor andlabor
labor Messrs P88rS Hayes aecretary of r the theKnights theKnigbts theKnights
Knights of Labor Booker of Jbe be San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco chambe ofeomnterc or eQme1C > rod fndexGovernor rodexGovernor tndexGovernor
exGovernor Bradford Prince of New NewMexico NewMexico fW fWexJtO
Mexico > exJtO spoke in support of the meal measure mla mlaun mealtire ¬
tire > Mr Hayes in benalf of the labor labororganisation laborrganiaation labororganization
organization repreeentei by Mm tave tavehis ave avehis e
his adherence to the inclusion 1c1 lioo of the tlulabor thclabor
labor branch 1 ran h which has been objected objectedto Ghj tel telto
to by come of the Ubor organization organizationThe onbatlnThe
The hearings will proceed tomorrow tomorrowPrivate tomorrowPriva tomorrowPrivate
Private Priva Pension Bills BillsWashington IllsWaahlngton R111sWashington
Washington March tt JITbe The house housespent houselpent housespent
spent today toda passing private p iratAt peisioi peisioiMils pe1O1bill peiatoibills
Mils bill In all 215 were passed ased With one oneexception oneexception oneexception
exception this Is the record for the thenumber thtnum8er thenumber >
number of such bills passed at a sin single lingle Pingte ¬
gle Mon The presidents policy policywith pOlkywith pOiicywith
with regard to the veto ef bills n t le lem relR ICmove
m lR move ve e the charge of desertion from the tberecords thereconIs therecords
records of soldiers came ii a for nrich nrichdlecosolon m nrithdiscussion 1 h hdlsclon
discussion during the Jay Early in inthe Inthe Inthe
the session on a number ill f minor DOl bills billswere 1tIl1werelUSd billswere
were werelUSd iiassed pss d The sundry 5und civil appro appropriation a apropriation prt prtpriatlon ¬
priation bill was report relOltd and Mr can cannon taflnon n nnon ¬
non gave notice that he would cull it itup Itup Itup
up on Monday MondayMedals MoodyMedals MondayNedas
Medals For Life Savers SaversWashington Sayers SayersWashington SaversWashington
Washington March t The seire seiretary e etary er ertary
tary of the treasury has awarded aarj a agold agold agold
gold lifesaving Itfe avlng medal to Elmer Mayo Mayofor Mayotor Mayofor
for his heroic services in rescuing rescuingSeth rescuingSeth rescuingSeth
Seth L Ellis at the recent Monomyo MonomyoMass lonofty1a88 itonomyMass
Mass 1a88 disaster in which wkl die entire entirelUesaviag entire1IfeiMIriIag entireIIfesariug
lUesaviag crew of the Mpaoroyo yo vta vtayk ta taiiIttt tag
g iiIttt yk one exojnftoti were lost lostVetoes lostitI lostd
d a itI itI1I1t4 got1
1I1t4 t tlf tlfew
ew
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Vetoes V Vth t s sSoM Solftiffc Sola 1BJUWashington 1BJU aJJiLWashington 3JiI 3JiIWashington
Washington March 21 IPrt 25Presidtiit 25PresidtiitRoosevelt President PresidentRoosevelt ident identRoosevelt
Roosevelt today sent the house a veto O of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bill for the relief reliefof f Bmanuel aanUel Kiauser KiauserI Kla Kauserfrom U r rI
I from the charge of desectton detl tI The presi president pttSident president
dent says this bill like the senate bill billj bl1lth
j I in the th case of James W Howell n not only onlyauthorises onlyutborl1le
1 authorises th the pr prwenttIt president eW nt i s act t but also alsoorders al80I
I orders the secretary IecIeta 01 g war to revoke and andset andI andset
set aside the order apKOMng a N the proceed proceedings proceedlap proceedlogs ¬
I lap findings and sentence nttn of a general generalcourtmartial ge generalcourtmartlal ftt ra I IrourtlnarUal
courtmartial and to graatsji great 53 honorable honorabledischarge IIGnorabledfscbarge honorabledischarge
discharge
PUT A UMAIY IN Tilt COffIN CafflNI
Butte Attorneys and Witnesses Assert That a Man ManfAccused d Accused of ofBribery ofd ofBribery ofBribery
Bribery and on Whose Life 6000 Insurance InsurancePaid 2Vt Was WasPaid si siPaid
Paid Is Still Alive P
Special to The Herald HeraldHUTTI HereMBUTTE HareMB
HUTTI March 281 In March 1S87 1S87jj 1S7dUrlDg 1SS 1SSduring
jj BUTTE B during the exposures of the lhescan lhescandais theScandais scan scandam
dais connected with the building bulldln of ofthe ofthe oftile
the state school of mines and other ed educational educatfGnal educatfonal ¬
ucational Institutions IR State tte Architect ArchitectJohn ArchitectJobn ArchItectJohn
John C Faulsen WAIl reported to have havecommitted havecommitted havecommitted
committed suicide He had been b en con connected connected ¬
nected with alleged a1te d briberies brI and was wassaid WBH WBHsaid wassaid
said to have received about aboUl JSsW 8 from fromthe fromtile frontthe
the contractors in consideration coash eratlon of ofmaking ofmakl ofmaking
making makl i alleged excessive estimates and andsecuring andsecuring andsecuring
securing contracts There was no in inou InnU inautat
ou autat st on the tbfbody body and no one outside outsidethe aut1idetbe outsidethe
the family IB said tel to have seen the thebody thebody thebody
body which was taken to Germany tor
SHE SESHOTHIMDEAD SESHOTHIMDEADWoman SHOT HIM DEAD DEADWoman I
Woman Kills Alleged Assailant AssailantWho AssailantWho AssailantWho
Who Invaded Her Apart Apartments Ap Apartments rt rtments ¬
ments mentsLas
Las Vegas v N M March ZI Mrs Irs G GB GB GB
B Walker this afternoon shot 5 and killed killedJ
J S Judd of Chicago la her room in inthis InI InI
this city Judd had gos pile to h Mr r rooms roomsand GOlDSand roomsI
I I I and tried she alleges to assault ult her she shebeing shebehJg sbebeing
being alone at the time timeThe 11 11The timeThe
The bullet entered Ms head just below belowthe belowtbe belowthe
the ear kUling him hi instantly instantlyJudd InstaDtiyJudd instantlyJudd
Judd was 11 5 a years old and was reputed reputedto
to to o be wealthy Jtby He had three sons who whoTokepa whoare whoare
are pbylllns One Is city physician of ofTok ofTokepa
Tokepa Tok Kan another anotherof etfeatdlrector etfeatdlrectornf medical director directorof
of the Montesuma hotel Las Vegas VesMrsI Mrs MrsWalker MrsWalker
Walker is a health seeker She is the thewife thewife thewife
wife of an Iowa farmer and came here herefrom herefrom
from Miles Mn that state She freely ad admits admlUI admite ¬
mite Idling kt tcJudd Judd hut says she was Jim justiaed juat Jimtiled I
titled m doing the d deMo ed It is expected expectedi
t her husband will start for this city i imediately bD bDI 1stmediately
I mediately I
FARMERS FIGHT WITH WITHHALFBREED WITHHALFBREED WITHHALFBREED
HALFBREED INDIANS INDIANSGuthrie INDIANSGuthrtf INDIANSGuthrls
Guthrie O T March K Barly to toI today today
I day a pitched battle occurred between betweentwo betweentwo betweetitwo
two halfbreed Indians George and andJohn andJohn andJohn
John Curtis and two farmers James JamesSmith TemesSmith JasnesSmith
Smith and William Thompson on near iwarMinco J1c nearMinco r rKlncl
Minco In the Choctaw nation The lat latter lattt 1stter
ter tt > r were w e preparing to plant corn when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the Indians appeared heavily armed armedI armedand armedand
I and began firing The fire was re rei I Iturned
i turned hy the farmers and the battle battlecontinued battlecontinued battlecontinued
continued continued for some orne m time both parties partiesshooting partiesshootinS partiesshooting
shooting from ambush Smith Smithseriously was wasseriously wasMrtouEly
seriously wounded and George GOf Curtis Curtisdied Curtislied Curtisdied
died from his wound The fight was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the result re ult of an old feud started two twoyear twoyeari twoyearh
year yeari ago a when John Curtta urtn killed a abrother abrothf abrother
brother > T of William i11iam Thompson and shot shotihiK IhotnjH shotthis
this svimr Smith in the abdomen and andarm andarm andarm
arm No o arrests have as yet been made madei
i
i c > <
burial Mrs Paulsen naver naver returned returnedIrom returnedfrom returnedfrom
from Germany GermanyAt German GermanAt S
At a trial in the dtotrlpt datrt teourt emtrt today todaygrowing todaypowing todaYgrowing
growing out of the allegad building buildingjobs buildingjoN buildingJob S
jobs Job the attorneys of ofthft t tho contractors contractorsAS
lt AS wen e as several witnesses made jn5e the thestatement thest thestatement
statement st tement that they Had every puryto reason reasonto
to disbelieve the repor H thai Fattlsen Fattlsenbad Paullenbad Paulsenbad
bad killed himself but that he was wasstill wasstilt as asstill
still alive They explain that the thebody thebody
body was placed in a receiving vlng vault vaultimmediately vaultImmed vaultimmediptely
immediately Immed tel1 after deagfe deab and a few fewdays fe fedays fewdays
days later lat > r was apparently app rendr shipped to toGermany toGermany toGerman
Germany German without having havl g been em embalmed embalmed embalmed ¬
balmed the supposition befog that the thecoffin thecoftlncontalned thecoifla
coffin coftlncontalned contained a dummy dummyAn
An insurance company had paid 6000 6000on 000 000on OOOon
on a policy carried by Paidsen Pau1 n
YOUNG MEN IN DRESSES DRESSESMOBBED DRES DRESSESMOBBED SES SESMOBBED
MOBBED BY BYS STUDENTS STUDENTSColumbia STtJDENTSColumbia UDENTS UDENTSColumbia
Columbia Mo March MIIIGhFor Jt For bait baitIng baltlog haltlug
log young women onthe on onUipmPus t tnaPDII campus a01 a01examining nd ndexamining andexamining
examining their feet tHt nfS students tu q of ofMtasouri ofMlaourl ofMiinouri
Mtasouri university unlversi haVs been die dismleeed dtsmheOO diemle
mle mleeed ed and the names efcothers ofcttbers ot1ters are be being be beIng belug ¬
ing secured with a a vlowio view 10 similar pun punishment punIshment planiahment ¬
ishment iahmentThe ishmentThe e eThe
The girls rls were on ri their way to a abanquet abanquet abanquet
banquet in the Academic Academicitafl ha H given by bythe bythe bythe
the freshmen The buBiin bu was sur surrounded surrounded suerounded ¬
rounded by a mob of Stolents S 1i4ents bent on onkidnaping onkJdnaptng onkidnaping
kidnaping as many man ot4he male guests guestsas Uet Uetas
as possible A numow n ll1Hlr of the latter tetterdlsguteed latterdlsgul8ed latterdisguised
disguised themselves tbem elves as girls i1lg in order orderto
to pass through tllen tllenOne the line ttneOne lineOne
One young yo man tfaiw attired was wasidentified wasidentified as asidentified
identified as he stepped int the light lightof lightof
of the main entrance Th The 11 > mob tore torehis torehts torehis
his skirts to tatters and dr driltged ged him himaway himaay himaway
away After this th the fcesi 1teaid beaigers gera < T were weresuspicious wereauspicious werosuspicious
suspicious and as the pn lIStS sts ap approached approached l lpreached ¬
proached those who were w giris gir iriS l or ap appeared appeared apliesred ¬
peared to be hailed and paid atlt P to thrust thrustforward thrustforward t tforward
forward their feet for examination examinationNearly pxamhtiOflNearly > xamhlatlonNMrly
Nearly all submitted to the ordeal with withsurprising wlihIlUrprising withsurprising
surprising good nature natureBATTLE naturer natureBATTLE natureBATTLE
r
BATTLE ABBEY TO lOBE lOBEBUILT BE BEBUILT BEBUILT
BUILT BY CONFEDERATES CONFEDERATESAtlanta Cq F DERATES DERATESAtlanta
Atlanta Ga March MsreWA a ItA S A number num of ofveterans ofveteran ofveteranS
veterans of the e civil 1vU w wur r composing the theConfederate theCGnfederate theConfederate
Confederate Memorial MemoIla1N50t assoHation ation met methere methere methere
here today for the transaction of bust business ltalness bustflees ¬
ness in connection trltji wtt the movement movementhaving move movementhaving > naent naentbaviag
having for Its object the location of the theconfederate theooofederate theconfederate
confederate museum General lenient IlementA 4 lenientA
A Evans of Atlanta Is president of ofthe orthe ofthe
the board Colonel A A Q Dickinson of ofNew ofN ofNew
New N York is the rgW6 rgietative atative on the theboard tbeboard theboard
board of the estate e8ta Orharles t tharleA Broad Broadway BlOItdway Broadway ¬
way Rouse who gaVSl00IOO av8 J100000 toward towardthe toardthe towardthe
the founding of a battle bat abbey in the thesouth theouth thesouth
south provided a like sum be b raised raisedby rdilledhy r55edby
by subscription sub criptlon It Is practically set settled SCttied t tUtd ¬
tied that Richmond Ve will ill b bo boIfpted se selected paleated ¬
lected as the place where the t hr hail ha i1 will willhr willhuilt willhe
hr < built The meeting was devoud dCtI l to tohearins tObearing 0 0earin5
bearing the reports re > ortf5
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