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ESTABLiSYiED 5TA Ll5tiED jUNE 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITYUTAH CITY UTAFi FRIDAY APRIL 11 1902 PRICE FIVE CEN CENT S
MUSIC TEACHERS LIAISON LIAISONENDS I IENDS
ENDS IN DEATH AND SHAME SHAMEMurderers SHAMEMurderers
Murderers Cell For thE Man and of Lpssof Loss of Life Lifeand Lifeand
and Fair Fame For the Girl Girlpolica GirlPolice
Police DiSCI + I Second Body While HUftttAg Forpeipetrrator For Reepetratar of ofFir3t ofFirst
First CrimeBookk CrimeBookkeeper pe Killed
ETROIT 1I1c fkb April ItTIle p0 palice
D He lice believe bt lteve they gave a strong stroqdt
dt kw in the claain of dfttllll8taDtlal dfttllll8taDtlalffldence dctnataatsletldence
ffldence that they are WIPviag aboutFrofrss about aboutJTotllr
Frofrss JTotllr r hse Jc eph JI JIDIer qed 41 a amusk amusic
musk n jht a her > r and A married man with witha
a family who bO Is ntder arrest oa oal tu tupicion
l picion > don If brutally mRnlcrInC MJ Miss car carrIe carre
rIe yt l Jeaaett en Thirteenth fttrteeBthjU1lt tt r it itjust
just before bf ftlre mldl Jut night DlPtIt
It I w waM as j 3100d bloodM1JI IDed d hatchet which whichns whichRastound
ns Rastound found in e drawer of A table ID IDi1k inMillers
Millers i1k > rfi kitchen Professor KUler wa wat was wasthe
t the tTIs III mulllr teatber IIIId bad paid paidifr paidher
her 5uth U4 h marked ttentioDS that the thefitter
fitter hal asked him to tokeep keep aws awsfrom wa7 wa7trom II IItatliEr
from the > hou house e When be wu e rpItlfd exatnted
ted at th the pol police station tb this mondnal mondnalbat tnavttng tnavttngghat
ghat bat I ens iilC believed to be bloocbta bloodstains bloodstainsx ins j j1Ift
1Ift x re found 00 his shirt Irt sleeves sleevestr his histroves
tr troves MI x hat sa4 CJftftt A towel toweldes
Uf discovered in the kitchen toell with withhat withshat
shat hat alf supposed u to be I bloodstains Ioodatalnson
on it It Whfn 11 11planation hen be all asked for An ex
pliioation for the staler on bi his cloth clothing clothing 1
ing Jt4 ga gate H nODe nODeMiu noneMies
Miu Jnnett wu a years old and sadnndd I Iuld
nndd uld hap became a mother ID a fewmonth few I Imonth
month Miller left Ida bowie last even ewJI1Ing evening
Ing to attend a lodge mee meeting inc on Bakerrtreet Baker Bakerlltf
rtreet lltf > t and returned bout 1119 11 oclock oclockIPplrpntl oclockapptrentl
IPplrpntl cool and uad undisturbed fturbed It ItilIJtre Heatkeges
ilIJtre that be did not leave the meeting meet meeting
ing until 11 oclotk but several persons personsaM
aM 00 were there laY he left between 10 10and 10and
and 1020 ocl oclock 1L T The mu murder r wu wuIImittt wassromtnittPt
IImittt d st Ave minutes after 11 11oclock i iti
ti oclock k aM nor as the p police 11ce can learn learnHis I IRia
I IIt
His AU Nib ahaitaoecl fhMtaredIt
It would ould hare been poIIflbie for Miller Millerte
te Jo from I the he ball on Eaker street to toIIII tohscene
IIII hscene lCtftt > of the cime ID twenty mia mlDI4I miautn
utn I4I + Thin was l monstrated trated tonight tonightby bti
IIf a fpttr who made the trip in inIi1t to toshtteen
Ii1t shtteen 11lnlilt From the location of ofthe I Itile
tile mIlK w Milkra m 1 home Ie bat a tom tomparstirely
JllutJ parstirely I snort walk walkTonight aJk aJkTClllllht eGlDl
TClllllht Miller III aleepIaa like is child childto I
III t the l Grand rand Rita RIT av avenae n polb ta tatl etathu
tl thu D While the poIte think they have haveItrT I IItOrC
ItOrC ItrT jCum rcumtanual t ftual evidence 8 against againstthe lnst lnstth
th the B1 suspect peet they admit that they are arestili arestill
still short enough to convict him of the theu thetau
tau u der Nothing nc can lie gained from fromJ1ttr fromNkr
J1ttr i y gpeatbniag as he simply tn tniIItJ lnskta
iIItJ lat be knows nMitag aro e 1M 1MmunkT themurder
murder munkTTItfo murderThe
The blade and nd headle ladle of the blood 1tIoodillfld
4 stind illfld haMlet which kh w was found rou rouI I phis
DEPEW MAKES A THREAT THREATWashlnglOft THREATWashington
Washington April tIn the theifnre thesemis +
+ semis today lIr Depew spoke +
+ blitlfty against the adoption of the +
t resolution hltln providing for the else +
+ lion of senators ty I y popular vote t
+ In trr elftet t he served notke OD +
1 + those states which bad limited limitedI +
I + ther t1 lr suffrage that If the JMOIu +
+ 1101 was ena enacted Ifd amil a detnesd 1HI would +
+ be mad on them to vdxwrd rd all1 all allr
t their r citizen the right to vote voteor +
I or sager a huts of representatives +
I in congress Mr Depew offered otreredan +
I an amendm amendment nt to the re resolution +
f to provide for the election of en maatori enalora +
alora by popular vote The Tbentlmpnt Theamendment +
+ amendment ntlmpnt was as follow +
+ ThE quali qualification caUon 0 MUse ritlaens en en +
+ tl pae t vote for Latcd Ll ittd States StatesIIfnat Statessenates +
IIfnat senates and repreRatatlvftl In ineenlree +
i + IG eenlree shall be uniform In all +
+ the stat ahtte9 and eOftlrle9 shall havepower have havepnrtr +
+ power II enforce UII this article by +
+ aPJI appWpriate riatp legislation lid to pro +
4 + vide id for the regietestion of cit cltIlIIB citdens ± t
dens tntitlfd to vnte tile C conduct Ddaetof +
+ of such pltttloJU and the cenltl cenltlate eertifisate +
ate < of the result +
Xr DelwW addressed the senate +
+ ir support of his amendment amendmeDtPLAGUE amendmentPLAGUE +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
PLAGUE OF O F lOCUSTS lOCUSTSTO
TO AFFLICT T Ty REE STATES STATESIndiaJla STATESlndiapa
IndiaJla Ii lApril istate lStttte GeoIo GeoIoI
gat I
BlathleY gays ays tlaat IadIa Iodlana DB
nos nl1i
Ohio aM Kert Kertuck7 ucky will be In inWith
1t1lt11 with
hh the seventeenyer eveateea 1 locust
I summer aDd tIt Ia I uaaa will
ii sea
more > 1 Irtuata oats
state l than an Ute ot
tPI
put
nI togetber getber yas tern Dli
ill be aftr dfl fed > heII he
appearaore rl says The last
ntlN 11 t the
IDlecta In
Indiana IDdlanath
as fI
In lt lAA 5
1
thir th thfI IT lP lY y ale expected lID k ke e
tst Hlalhlp aPlnarn r11I about M JlQ y L 1 Geolo
f rat to to lathley planted is a ad lvtai < team that few fruit
CUI ts I oil III t Ibis year as the to 10
Practically defot destroy 1 them themDonnely
bonnel Donnely to 1 Get
Mae Xoaq r rcat
cat d1 to The Iierais IieraisApril JhraI4 JhraI41r
1r rnll 6hington hu April II Setts Setts1n tor torIi
Ii Iirnll 1n nthr e UId an increase of oft
of SP l pen
t i of t fr monthly Patrick Iq to date tro Sept Sep t
lake k t sly Doenelly o of BaIt gale t tIQO
Itrk
IQO k 1gFor g For able ablevan hetaatt4g hetaatt4ghdy Ia Il1tniscO I
van
line hdy a tan l1tniscO tsco Cal April 111 19 11 W
p prtSldtDt pres ldent of
Iaiii the Ct Cummercia > mmercial
I b tahle Om <
1 t n71t Jrge a b companyp a accompanie vlft vlftaaj = Id d
aaj ° a harl hr R ward ard the Ieo te president
Ft1
et
t
tnginr f un s the c1tt kI electric
tJl tit Are rp tatty visit
oas ° as visiting point on 0 n
In tor fo for adjaleDt jatent to the city 8farch aearehM1tr
it t f ISUitable M1tr I SUitable and JJraetIeaI land
aQrj i ihproposed bP PG8ed cable While 1 in n
t tae or ° p 1 t navy departtent nt In i n
rty I y b tl that It excellent landing landin g
on tilt
the Of tnllt e of 1fontpr Monterey
y
laed QII114 of t the co +
fOPIrqy r
dt rf
n l l t JlftfPI r t In t
rDeIBCQ o or In its vicinity
afternoon had been washed bt then thenstOl therestill
stOl are bloodstains on tM tlllltlWnent tlllltlWnentaDd instrumentand
aDd on U JIaadtehen handle where It entered the theIt thebatHto
batHto It Is t > se theory of tile IIIIOple IIIIOplett peoplethat
tt ue taint bioodstahr on the towelfound towel towelf
found f atie tt I kllehea came from flOlftthe flOlftthellatell8t the thehetehst
llatell8t width WU was wiped OIl It after It ItJ itbled
bled J 1een wed The hatchet was wastiowJito
tiowJito 14 to JJIer bat be made no com comC comIlist
Ilist C n It
1A1o IttJae whic was the daughter of A Aa ablt
blt oc atMttdo a ngeetisg ofa of ofa
a a 1a sages tend left then about
191 815 Oblock te than two boulater boulater11ft hours later laterher
her Wy wa1 if at ftMm4 ftMm4P8Dnw fbuadPermerr
P8Dnw Lever WeepsWimatis Weeps Weepswlmal
wlmal n Dlntrt 1 lives Oft 71C 71Ct Flfteenth
t Jfttla > Weeetr k altled i t be dead glrla glrlaholn I IhOJli
hOJli this > IMrau and said that be behatt behad
had kept oepjsn with her for two or r rtiuee
tiuee yeuIe Years wept and d ded dedmuch displatledmuch
much acJtat agitatlg0 While lie w was talkln talklnDetectiYeli talking talkingDetectives
Detectives 807150 and Downey ar arrind arrived
rind lid tae Jletenin < to his story atorythoqht storythought
thought It well to keep him under undere sar sareitaaee
e eitaaee niIt 1y detained him btmat himat
at tile Grandttwr avean AVetI Station He HeI Heis
I is merelyaeN merely held uMIIke the police say as a poe poelhly poesibly
lhly valuable tritame iu and not as asuspect a asuspect
suspectThe suspect suspectTIte
The police believe that In Miller they Uaeyhave theyhave
have Mfrs Janett murderer Blood Bloodwas BIoedwu
wu found 8 bt detl clothing BC and wheat wbeltan wheatan
an expiaaatisu ot It wu W asked Killer Killerfainted Millerfainted
fainted H He was revived but faln fainted faintedagate ed edapln
agate while being talE taken to his cell cellT cellThe
T The dad girl was w orgaaist iIIt of the
te which Me belonged belongedand i iand
and at tlt meeting last t night she is issaid
said to have been cheerful slid even eyengay evengay
gay MI Miss Jennet remained until It Ituclock 10oclock
uclock and file made a report there rel relative relative
ative to her work in the lodge At 1 1otlo 10 10oclock
otlo < k she e aDd said saidI hi hiI
I dont m what further we you youhave
have for JDf aM I guess ill 11110 go horns hornsWatt 110MWatt
Watt few pa a and youll have canpang can eoIBpan
pan pang aIdODe said vole of Ut8e present but butth butthe
th the poor I insisted on going nc aalWeftt sad sadwatt
watt away The ethers stayed stayedthere
there until 11 0 oclock 1ock The father and andJaOtber andmother
mother of the murdered girt rI at Up late later lateC9e I
r C9e her return ret but unify went to bed bedleaving
leaving tit the door unlocked Then t the I Ia 1 1arnae
a arnae this morning they found that thatCarrie thanCarries
Carrie lad WU ubtoue1ted The father fatherhastily I IltutUy
hastily left the house Id on t streetmet street iltreetaaet
met A married sister of the ed girl 8IrIwho girlwho
who htf ipforpr d him that Can1ebaclwn Carrie had w n
iatadirt iatadirtThe t tThe
The old man then went to the morgue JIIOIUePa morgueq
q satbimg a Pa 2
I
BOERS ACCEPT PEACE TERMS TERMStt
t + tt ttLondOD + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ London April llTh JtDuci Flnander and BuUioni t publishes a die dispateh diepatch +
+ patch WI JQclUi morning that the Boer leaders un accepted the1Jriti8h the1Jriti8htmu the British Britishterms +
+ terms that peace baa 1M 1 t arranged and that the terms of plHlce plHlcehan peacobays +
+ han been eabllld to the our < agents eats ia BunP8 BnrepeOther +
+ other nft Oldrmed < S uments bI of a similar character are in sirculation cir circulatioa + +
+ culatioa in LoDdoa toale It is aid Rutherford B Harris f for former r rmer +
+ mer secretary of the rttlah Sottth Africa o apIBtaDY has oeived r in +
+ fOlWatioa to the u one 41 effect but no other Information concerning + t
+ the tb matter is obtainable +
+
+ + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + +
I BEGGED IN THE STREETS STREETSPUT STREETSANDiUT
ANDiUT PUT MONEY IN BANK BANKI
I i New w T York Apr ItTenderbearted
persons In the Harlem peUee court courtwere eourtw
w were shocked when litaneisoo GorxIa Gorgiaan
an n qed sbrtheIed and ml miserable look
1 lug Italian argon grinder was fined S S
for beni begging
The wbitelaalred old man looked ap
pealbtCly about the room aDd from
loud habit put t hIS band out out but butqty
qty himself and glanc < oUtC
In hi6 u uneasily 20 the JD magistrate Jltrate he herbrcNKltt
brought f forth a grimy rim old bag lid lidroQfttecl andcounted
rbrcNKltt counted OAt pennies nickels dime aDd aDdGrtelll andquarters
Grtelll until he had paid his Sine
rheA he p also in small change
I to his lawyer lawyerBy lawyerBY
By thin time A crowd was U about
hi him To the astonishunent 8tOA i8bment of the court courtattaches
1 attaches and dismay y of those who bad badympatbled hadsympatWaed I
ympatbled wtb him he produced a apackage
package eoD tantog hid Ui In bills and a abook
bak book on Ute Bank or Rome Italy Italyahowing
IIboWIIIa be had 12 IZ011 on depG8it theft
Gorcta who to N says 78 he will retire
from bold budpea He thinks a man manshould
should retire at 10 The beggar I IIOvol1m absoveinnteeret
vol1m veinnteeret ttlebatonnation the Information that he re recently re recently
cently gave h daughter 000 000wedlR as a awedding
wedding < present presentFOR lt ltFOR
FOR FIRST ASSISTANTPOSTMASTER ASSISTANT ASSISTANTPOSTMASTER
POSTMASTER GENERAL GENERALWb1Df GENERALWashington
Washington April lORobert JWynne J JW71UH
W71UH t the Washington corre correspondent correspondentof poDdent poDdentof
of the Ne New York Press baa been offered of offered
fered aDd accepted tilt once of first firstUlllatailt flintastatadt
Ulllatailt pwb postmaster ald general TIle nom
lnatkA teatk a will probably be submitted badt to
the senate Immediately b lllle ely after the pre
IdeBt ideats retura frost Charleston Thechange The Thec
change c wilt take infect Kay 1 or
earlier rUet a as Mr Johnson Of Nw Jersey
whom w om be succeeds bI anxious to re re
tire as soon as possible possibleBOXERS ble bleBOXERS
BOXERS ON THE WARPATH WARPATHow WARPATH1Hlfassa I I
ow Rebels Are Giving the GoT GoTtraaat
traaat Xuck Trouble TroubleHODakong
HODakong April 10The imperial
forcer bold D68t Q the mountain P passages
sages In the 4I district of
southern ChkIa L but the rebels still tlU
have accent to their filibustering bust I
n flees KWft
Chwan a wealthy mer mertbant merchant
chant belonging IOD Ing to the guilds of Can
Ion JI reported to have contributed contributedIlarccly I
Ilarccly largely to the rebel fund In order to topurctaue
j purchase immunity In case thf rebels rebelsattack rebelsattack
attack the city it itJJayf41
a
David Keith hi Washington WaehiDgbmSpecIal WashingtonSpedll
SpecIal to The Herald HeraldWublnctou
Wublnctou April 10David l Davld Kith KithI
of Fait alt Lake 18 paying a brief visit wit t tJ t
I his bUlin bualneca partner Senator Kearns I
From W Washington hon Ur Keith will JO JOIn
In w York tiy and after itr a few C WIi jaastay >
ht4iy stay there sill 8i return to Utah UtahJo J
Jo
k TfDDYS CttARLfSTON SPffCN
3 Y 0u R 6ENER0SITY 6ENER0SITYre
re YOUR B tyytpVt LtTY SE E M S W r7 ti 11 E T S AND M NuNESSt
H 5T o RI t tirTEREST gagvEST pEopiF tN q
MEf 1C
V r J JHft1t
6REgT SChiEhEft Hft1t I iH iHtI + >
tI > I
4 i
and flow It Looks From a Distance
tvAot A WIDOW IVIDO W Bt fl r TOMtlORN TOWHORNMrs
TOMtlORNf f
Mrs Fred Bell ellBefieYes Believes the Alleged Wholesale Murdet Murde6gt t jilled Jlfe HeL HeLHu He HeHusband
Hu Husband band Who Disappeared Mysteriously After hay Baving haying
ing Drawn 4000 From the Bank
Spodal I to TIle HId HIdHlIYBNNJI Heraldur9NiJJ
HlIYBNNJI WYO April ItToM ItToMJ ILTomHorn
J Horn the stock delec detective ve now injail In Injail
jail here awaiting trial on the thetJJe thecharge
charge tJJe of murder ureter ID the first degree degreeter
ter 1 ue killing of Willis Nickel 0 Iron llOftMOu IronMountain
MOu Mountain tatn Is spspeetad el > Raving v eom coaaattUed eomwdtted
wdtted aaoth4r erIaIe erIaIe1IeInous igitatly as asbdnOus
1IeInous g the slaying of the ran ranch < h
mmtlla a boy bust tile tileItflft1 Me ee gal galhit
hit In this JaatkllHag lent killing I Is entirely dr droumetntial cirOametantial
oumetntial and although the aQtItorl authorities aQtItorltt
tt have been at work on the ayeqUietly aye casequietly
qUietly for several yean they have havebeen havebeen
been unable to AM a single e clue that UtatMight thatmight
Might fasten the guilt UpGBorn upon horn Ol Olany orany
any other otherThe perspn perspnThe
The stArtltn startfing story I3 which Is now nowMade nowmade
Made public fgrabe ftfteir first t time Is told toldr toldhr
hr r Mrs Fred Ben a widow who re resides re resides
sides at 90S East Twentieth street In Intills intide
tills city with her three children and andwhose andwhose
whose husband III believed to have been beenJ1tUrdered beenmurdered
murdered during the mouth of October October1M October1k9
1M 1MMr
Mr Bell lived for mtny y years with withher withher
her husband 4J1 a farm forty miles milesBOrth milesnorth
north of St lAu Louis 5 ia t state of i1s Ilissourl i1soun
oun In 17 they Mid their farm and andmoved andmoved
moved to Wyoming Xl a Bell received
1 1000 In cash and d took a mortgage f for forzoe r rShortly
zoe Shortly after coming to Wyo WyoR Wyoming
R ming ng Mr Bell was given a position on ontile onthe
tile r ranch nch of Ora Haley near Laramie LaramleaDd Laramieand
aDd he went there thereto 8 live with Ills tam tamDuring tamily
ily During the latter part or 1898 and andduring andduring
during the summer and tall of 1 1399 Tom TomHorn TomHorn
Horn the swell toc detective visited the theHaley theHaley
Haley ranch f tty To be Bells Bellshe Bellshe
he said Haley Ba him perm permission Iion to tobunk tobunk
bunk there wh when yer be wanted to toOn toOn
On many of these 1vl vlMts lts Horn would wouldsleep wouldsleep
sleep during the da day time and ride of ofon offon
on his horse every evening being p DeaU goneall
aU night Sometimes he Would stay at atthe
tile Haley ranch for three and four fourat
weektlt at a stretch then go away and andnot
DOt show up again for several months monthsXnew monthsKnew I
Knew le Had the Money MoneyXIS MoneyMrs
Mrs Bell stye Jil that Horn learned learnedtltat learnedthat
that her husband lad 1000 n In the thebank thebank
bank at Laramie an had a mort mortgage mortgageoa e
011 the Mt MISSOsI o farm for 21110 that thatBorn thatHorn
Born was always talking < ran ranch h to her herhusband
husband and urged him to buy a place placeDurIng placeDuring I
DurIng one of tbesetalk these talks with her husband hnt hntand
and Irs BeD says Horn told him himthat
that he knew of a ranch In the Iron IronMountain IronMountain I
Mountain dlllt et that M could buy buycheap
e cheap for cash Be H Morn bad killed killedUte killedthe I
Ute owner 8 few years before He had hadbeen
Hen a stock ru rustler tler and had been beenordered beenordered I
ordered put out of the way wayEarly wayEarly
Early In the fll8f fail of lilt Mr Ben told toldhis
his wife wife that be had M sold 1d his mortgage mortgageoil I
on the farmIn farm in Missouri fs to a Laramie LaramieflMler Laramiedealer
dealer for INt lving g the dealer the thetn I
tA erest a his c fltniission sslon This mon J
THEY HAD TO HIRE HELP HELPPostmasters HELPin
PostmastersThEY Postmasters in Boom Towns Got GotAssistance GotAssistance
Assistance But Had ad to toeayForlt toPay
eayForlt eayForltSpicWTbe Pay For IL ILt
t SpicWTbe geacW to The Herald HeraldWaahtntOL HeraldWasdngtoti
WaahtntOL Apd1 JI ISSenator > nator Teller TellerAss 1Ifr 1Ifras
as iP Introduced a iJ01ution J directing directingI
the postmaster general to report to tothe
the senate tM mount or salary du duColorado due dueColorado
Colorado postmasters for services re required mqured
quired of them UDder the po eIrl eIrllations regalations
lations of 1861 and unsettled by the theIrOvernment thegovernment
government IrOvernmentThe
The aggregate CJa claims D8 or Colorado ColorsdlpostlDftte Coloradopostmasters
postmasters for services tendered tenderedamounts
amu amounts nt to 15000 ID claims running runningtrom runningfrom
from SO 50 to side Similar claims are
held by p postmasters < in all 11 western westernstates westf
states where the rapid grown of min
lag in the years eara between W 18 1 1883 1883made 1813made
made It necessary for the pc pCJtd8terg tndsters
to employ extra clerical forCe for which
the d department artmenl later ref refu e to pv
When a resolution
wan Introduce an anobjection
objection to Immediate consideration
was made by Senator Allison who said
the allowance of the Colorado claims
would open the way for claims irom irom
other stats and would Inoh involve an out
I lay Y or I scv wral rat millions mUli fJr dollar Th The >
rtl resolution was banally DaUr nterred to the
committee committeeI
I
r
1
ey with other fU fun 1 fie e had d deposited depositedin POSlted POSltedI
I in the Btr F1rpt t Na1Ia l lHe pi JAMnlte JAMnlteHe
He told his wife 1fe jte utWe styled to ac acI ac accompany
I compa company y Horn to tires tvnt Mountain Mountainf Mountaincountry
f country Ip a few ya and MY tile tilet1 thersnekuiHanm
rsnekuiHanm t1 PiItIII1tltn httlu lama oUt Itwould It
would require cash dOw doh he sold as asthe
the administrator o4 r ntateD estate of tile tileJft1I themurdered
I murdered Jft1I 1f1 raRe leta tit titt torget
get t the txoperty tf ittnda aed aedmake 1Id 1Idmake
make a final settlement with the heirs 1tei1SOs heirsOn
Os the morning of Oct L 1 Mr MrBell 1 1Bell
Bell toW his wife ire he wugdfng was gdng out t treaervolr toa
a reservoir near the Haley ranch to re repair re repair
pair the dam This was tM last time timeXr timeMrs
Xr Bell sa saw her bus husband band for he Bev Bever never
er turned She says that her hue hueband hu huband
band was traced to ramie where he hedrew hedrew
drew his money4 moneyMOOO In eashout each tut ot otthe ofthe
the bapk The bank officials asked ukedaeII askedBell
Bell what he was going goino to do with withso
80 much money and be told them he hewu hewas
wu going to theIron tl1e Iron Mountain country coun i
try to buy a ranch ° They told him It Itwas itwas
was unsafe to carry so much cash on onhis onhis
his person and that 11e had better take takea
a draft Bell replied th that t it r required requiredthe utred utredthe
the cash to swing the deal and be bewould hewould
would have to take the money along a1ongNever alongNever
Never Heard From Since SinceNo SinceNo
No one remembers seeing 111 Bell Bellalter Bellafter
alter he left the bank and whether he hewent hewent
went out on the plains In the direction dlrecUonof
of Iron Mountain i is not known He Hedl88ppeared Hedisappeared
disappeared as completely as though thoughthe thoughthe
the earth bad opened and swallowed swallowedhim walloe4him
him up And of Horn no one remem remembers rememhers
hers of seein seeing Bell 10 his company companyeither
either before or after his last visit to toLal8mie toLaramie
Laramie Lal8mieMrs LaramieMrs
Mrs Bell says that she wrote to toHorn
Horn a number or times asking hllB bimabout hllBabout
about h her hus husband nd Horn replied to tothe tothe
the first letter saying he had not seen seenBell seenBell
Bell but the other letters were never neveranswered neveranswered
answered answeredThe answeredThe
The authorities are firmly convinced convlacedthat convincedthat
that Tom Horn fixed up the story storyabout OIJ OIJabout
about the Iron Mountain ranch being beingfor
for sale got Mr Ir B Bell II to draw the
01 4990 out of the batik and then met methim methim
him out on the prairies and after murdering mur murdering
dering the unsuspecting man 8CCUred 8CCUredthe atcuredthe
the money and put the body o opt or orthe ofthe
the way WtlyThe wayThe
The father and mother of the dead deadman deadman
man came out from Missouri and spent spentvenl spentseveral
several venl moutt In investigating thestrange the the3trange
strange disappearance or 111 Belt but butalthough butalthough
although they travel traveled eel over every everylobt everylobtof foot footof
of the Iron Mountain country aM be be between j
tween that section and JLanunle k they theywere I
were never able to ftn ft the slkktt allghtirrttrace I Itrace
trace of the mlllling ma man manMrs i i iM11I
Mrs Bell moved to Cheyenne e twO twomonths 1
months ago from Laramie One af her heron hersons
on Joseph Smith Is studying to 1M 1Man bean
an air Ir brake ln inspector Int 1n the local healshops localhop
hop of the Union Pacific Her 7 UQ8eat youngeat
eat bUd and the only one by Mr J DeB DeBa Bella
a little girl S years old also II lives with wjtJaher withher
her
ijAYES i AYES SURE OF THE PLACE PLACEWashington PLACEWashington
+ Washington April r 1 A B BHayes BHayes +
+ Hayes district attorney at Ogden OgdenUtah +
+ Utah will be appointed to auceeed auceeedJudp < f fJudge
+ Judge Arthur H Noyes of the dta dtatrict distrkt +
+ trict court oC Alaska AlaskaIrs AlaskaARMOUR +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Irs r rARMOUR
ARMOUR HAD FOURTEEN FOURTEENMIL110NS FOURTEENMILLIONS
MILLIONS WHEN HE DIED DIEDCJilcagO DIEDChicago
Chicago April lOThe lotalvalua lotalvaluatJon total vatua vatualion
lion or the late Philip D Armour Armourestate s sestate
estate in Chicago and Ne New York baa baajust baajust
just Men arrived at It amounts to toUI151l15
UI151l15 and to a large e extent tent COIt COIt8Ist eoaststs
8Ist of personal property In addition
to the above JIIImed sum there Is some somereal
real estate in Illinois lid elsewhere
the value of which Is not given 1Ir
Armour left practIcally all of itla es es
tate to his widow Mamma aDd his hisBOn hisson
BOn 1 Ogden en Armour Included In biB biBpersonal
personal property are 63104 aha shares In
the A Armour com company
Not Taking Oanadas Soldiers SoldiersVancouver
Vancouver B C April 10A rumor i iin
in circulation that a secret service rvlce j jagent
agent of the United States baa been
In the city lately procuring recruits for I
the United States army Is pronounced i
by those In a position to know to 1e beentiretj I Ientirel
entirel Without foundation The story I
Flan rt on alleged that numbers Of loeA locatmilitiamen tj
militiamen had de deserted rted th th5enke thoCservice
5enke to enlist In tM A Aafo Ais
is also declared declar to be untrue un trot t
VA GI ± S AT A I IV ITill V Tilt fUNtRAL fUNtRALNative L LNative
Native Chiefs Assemble to See Cecil Rhodes Buried and Sacrifice SacrificeMany SacrificeMany
Many Oxen in His HonorImpressive Scenes on onMatoppo onMatoppo
Matoppo Hills HiIIsWreath Wreath From Queen
I tC1CAYB ° atataelatld April AprilAmid a aAJIIi4
BfuCWAYO Amid an Immense e tb tbeag of soldiers IIOWIenctvWans soldierscivilians
civilians and Datives Ut body of ofCecli f fCecil
Cecil RbodeII w was today committed to Its Itarock Itsrock
rock tomb la tile Iatoppo hills hiliacoffia The Thecoffin
coffin was ahreded Irre in a a Union Jack and andthe andthe
the wreath seat by Queen Alexandra was waslaid waslaid
laid upon k as It wius lowered Into the the1INft theThe
1INft 1INftTbe
Tbe The funerit f nerilt JI earW goat goathotel n nhotel
hotel early bill MOIIIIIIIJ TIle pNCe8IIIon pNCe8IIIonwas
was Jive mike lag as It weu weued through tbrougbthe
the bills and gorges rges avery sort of eon eonveyanee conveyance
veyanee was made use of Some wer were onfoot on onfOot
fOot otherS were on horseback or bi bicycles htcycles
cycles while still others were In wa waand wagons wagonsand
and carriages carriagesWhen carriagesWhen
When the procession wa was a mile from fromthe fromthe
the grave everybody dismounted and oon ooncluded soueluded
eluded the journey on foot Twelve oxen oxenhauled oxenhauled
hauled the collie to the almost 8t > inacee inaceesstble ei eible
ble summit of the kopje where the Chiefs ChiefsShembll ChiefsShembli
Shembll laku and Umgula and 2000 oo na naUes natives
Ues bad assembled to witness s the Chris Christian Chl1nrn
tian t tertnent nrn riles which they y after afterward
ward supplemented In n their f o oby own fashion fashionby
by the sacrifice of fifteen oxen to the theshade theshade
shade of the Great Chief ChiefTboullAds ChiefThousands
Thousands of white persons congregated congregatedaround cODsregatedaround
around the windswept hill TheraVE TheraVEwas The grave gravewas
was encircled by six boulders The In Interment Interment
terment was extremely Impressive Impre ve The Tbedead Thedeed
dead merch I rch echoed throuh the bills hillsand
and the rettvttt t stood likes statues Tea Tears Tearswere rs rswere
were In the eyes of many o of the onlookers onlook onlookere
ere The bishop bop o of JtldhODaland whoconducted who whoconducted
conducted the Interment services said saidI
I tO IIIeCIate this place forever Here Herehe Herehe
he tllou thought hL hero he lived and died forthe for forthe
the empire empire1hen mptrtWhen
When the collie was lowered into thetomb the thetomb
tomb chiseled In the MUd rock all those thosepresent 8e 8epreflnt >
present sang Old Hundred and Nowthe Now Nowthe
the Laborers Task I 1s Over The n nmalnder remainder
malnder of the funeral service was wascbanttd waschanted
chanted and the band played the dead deadmarh deadmarch
march In Saul The tomb was covered coveredwith coveredwith
with wrEaths wrEathsAt
At the close of the ceremony ceremony those present prts prtstnt
tnt slowly inspected the spot where Mr MrRhodfos MrRhodes
Rhodes 1I lies burial and threw flowers uponthe upon uponthe
the pave Dr JallHllOf1 Colonel FrancisRhodes Francis FrancisRhodeII
Rhodes and all the oth other mourners left leftBuluayo leftBuluwayo
Buluayo tonight on a special train trainThe trainThe
The scene nf around Cecil Rhodes farm farmthe farmthe
the night p preteeding nK his Interment wasextraordinary was wasfxtraordlnan
extraordinary The whole wh lf population of ofBuluwao ofButuwayo
Buluwao seemed to be moving there to toeamp tocamp
camp and as the darkness closed downthe down downth
th the amp fires sparkled In An directions directionsThe
The Th people In every sort of vehicle andon and andon
on foot arrived at the ca camp throughout throughoutthe tnrou t tt
t the entire night Some natl natves tramped trampedIQI
IQI mil miles In order to be present at th thlnten the theinterment
interment eRt The men were w re big slouch bats batsnd hatsand
and nd shirts with short sleeves ea Morning Morningrevealed orl nK nKTevealrd
revealed an Immense mmemre camp In a lovelyvalley lovely lovelyvane
vane valley bright with sunlight Mighty 1ightkopjn Mightykopjes
kopjes and granite boulders walled it iton
on evEl side ideTbt sideThe
The difficult a cent to the place of burial burialwag burialwas
wag accomplished by f ocloek la tbe tbemornlttg th thmorning e
morning and the obllequtes were coneluded con conIudfd
eluded at J 1L3 After the bishop of ofMalthonaland ofMashonaland
Malthonaland had react the poem written writtenrot writtenfor
rot the occasion by Rutlpn1 Kjp1ing Kjp1ingSekombe Klpling8ekombo
Sekombe tile great bid indttna and orator
MRS TABOR SUES RICH MEN MENMoffat MENitIoffat
itIoffat Moffat Campion and Trimble Amon Amonthe Among Amongthe g
the Defendants DefendantsI
I Dennr April 18Ellabeth l4 EltsbHh B Tabor TaborI Taborwidow
widow of St Senator H A A W Tabor has hasfiled ha hafiled s
I filed two suits In the dllltriet COUrt tor torI t tdamages or
damages aggregating SSltoo and to re refr re
I rover fr pOfIIIetIIIton of a Ia large amount At AtI o omining f
mining stocks which she al alleges have haven haysOats
I been n misappropriated by b defendants One Oneuit 0 0suit
suit uit is against David H Moffat Moffatin Mo < at atI
In this suit utt In Tahoe asks for l 150 150damages WJt WJtda
da damages line and for an accounting < from MrMoffat Mr MrMoffat
I Moffat of th the dlJpnlllllon of ifs gftalfl8 gftalfl8of sfia sfiaof res
of stock < In the > Maid of Faro Silver Min
company valued at I 4957x0 and 91fIJ 91 91shares + 0 i i111m
111m shares res In the > Gold 4 Silver Extractiocompany Extration n i iD1pan
company D1pan ol America Llml Limited alued at a aiiiMA nt t I
4 iiiMA Mrs Tabor avers that her hus bU bUland s I
band placed these tk < in Mr Moffat Moffathands 10 < 8t8 s I
hands al trut trustee pending n negotiations Qtlations f fthe for forthf or
the sale of them She alleges that the theI th e
I sale was wa never made and that the > stockwere tocks tockswtre I
were never returned to ht her > r husband husbandThe
The second suit was brought b by Irs IrsTabor Mm MmTabor s
Tabor and Mrs Tim Fole Foley again againGeorge t
GeorgE W Trlmblf and A V Hunter HunterLeadville of s
LtadIIIf and John F Campion to toCOVfr rr rrcover I
cover 50870 shares If ftO stock < k In thE IrquMining Irqll IrqllMining a
Mining company mpan ThE pllllnttf uk fot fo fo1oeokt r
10000 damages They age allege that a Jul JulI I
1 I 1 lSSi this stock was wa placed placedFoleyy b Tabor r I Iand
and fole Foleyy In ft escrow ro1 with M Messrs nI Trim Trimble i ihIe
hIe and i d Hunter to be delivered to Mr MrCampion
Campion on or b4 before forE July 1 1 18 upo upotbe
the payment by Campton e of 0 Itn Itnthe It
alleged that Mr Campton camp ion ionpayment defaulted in inthe i n I
the > payment of the money aM In per pert performing
forming other certain n conditiosa I and tha thaTrimble t
= I Ithe
J
Trimble t and drH Hunter have never r return returnthe ed
the stock I
Plow Shops e Burned Burnedlumbus Burnedl I
l lumbus iuml + us Ga Mall I4Fire whicktttTtPd whitb whitbfj
ktttTtPd fj In th the plow shops of the Soutbfrn Soothe Sootheplea rn I
plea works burned two whole bloc blocand ks ksand
and a a warehouse wC < l 315404 < J
Jr
of the thedYatabele dYatabele atabele RIMe a tIP edlln in whIch whIchBotb h
he lai laiBeth
Beth CecIl Rhodes and Ulfllttll th thfounderr the thefounder e
founder or the Matabeie e natJoR are burled burledon burl burlon
on tM Katoppo hills and theMatabele theMatabelenow the Matabel Matabelnow o
now consider that the spirit of UmsllIgazl UmsllIgazlIs 1
Is with that of Cecil Rhodes RhodetlroIoa RhodesLends
Lends April It411 Impre fv > o mom meatmalal momodaJ
malal odaJ service for Cecil Rhodes was waswl held heldtlLS
tlLS J > 1 JiItIALtwae
l6ItMeDt Wl I tile r rda r
JdII remtlni tn n the Mat Wlitt V TJt8 TJt8eat1tedra1 Th Thcathedral s
cathedral was padlfd eked and andiarge large crowds crowdswtte crowdwore e
wore unable to secure secure a admittance Bin BinEdward Klpg g
Edward was was represented by Getferal GetferalGodfrey 1
Godfrey Clerk bl his majestys gToOm groomyn groomynwaiting Jb Jbwaittag
waiting and SIr WynncarrlngtonCar WynncarrlngtonCarrlnton WynnCarringtonCarrepresented
rlnton represented the Prince of Wales WalesTO Wal WalTO
TO CARRY OUT THE BEQUESTS BEQUESTSExecutors BEQUESTSExecutors
Executors of Coon Rhodes prepare to toAdminister t tAdminister o
Administer Will Willcw WillNew
New cw York April 1 10ne < of the first firstIntentions firsof t
Intentions of Cecil Rhodes executors Is IsIt Isit
It Is reported to Invite a limited numbeof number r
0 of gentlemen probably about a dozen t tcooperate to tocooperate o
cooperate with them In drawing up upscheme oa a aCbeme
scheme for the settlement of the primary prima primaconditions
conditions which ball govern the dlstrl dlstrlbuUon dtatrbutton
I button of the Oxford scholarships In pur pursuance pursuanee
suance of the wishes of the testator testatorabies teatatoricables
icables abies the London correspondent of the theI th e
Tribune The executors will leave no noslone n nstone 0
I stone unturned In obtaining the be best t aI a adIvice
Ivice I vice both from home and colonial source sourcewhlcb sourceswhich
which shall guide them In administering
the great t fund Mt apart for the scholar scholarship S0o1arship
ship scheme of education The ministers ministersof ministerof
of the British colonies which are to bene benefit ben benfit
fit under the will tray y be consulted In the themalter th thmatter
matter malterSir matterSir
Sir Milton Conway professor or of art in inCambrldKe l lCambridge a
Cambridge university who Is In this city
ha has one great regret n et over the proYlal9l1 proYlal9l1of provisi o L Lof
of Cecil Rhodes will which founded foundedAmerican foundedAmerican
American IIChoJarshi scholarships at Oxford He re regreta
greta that Ca bridge was not the for fortunate fortunate
I tunate university unlvtrsitvOf universityOf
Of course he said I base my regret regreton regreton
on the assumption that the America Americasyouth
youth whom you MAd over to OIl will willthe be bethe
I the pick of your states In the JUt 811 811peclally especially
peclally at Oxford there have been beent a a800d a aH
good manyAmwb many Amwb American Itudenta fed will willplenty H
thewill
I t plenty of monty n who came name for the sood d
elbeause
time or befau e their parents bought thought 1 1the It Itthe
I the swell thing thingI
I hope the men who come on the theRhodes th thRhodes e eat
Rhodes scholarships win not be of th thstamp that thatstamp at
stamp as II I f1 pretty sure they win winnot witnot
not If they are picked men there thereevery Is Isevery
every reason to be certain that they wit wtnm witcome 1
come m to th the front In every line of stud studor study studyor y
or activity nlf theyy take up And they witunquestionably will willunquestionably 1
unquestionably awaken the old place up upI u uand p
and put new If life Into it itOne itOne
I One hundred picked Americans Ir to the theI t theundergraduate
I un undergraduate duate body of Oxford will be beleaven a
leaven for pod In the institution I Ithey v wIeh wIehthey + Islr
IleaYea they th ey eybe were coming to Cambridge It JRa7
be just II well however that Oxford 18
the university selected becAuse Oxf Oxfhas Oxford OxfordbAR
bAR always Men perhaps a better train trainfor
fnr gym lPOund lists for statesmen and certainly certainlytor areal
for journall journalists u and all men who are to to111M t4 t4the o
111M the their pens than Cambrld CambrldLABOR Cambridge CambridgeLABOR
LABOR LEADERS APPEAl APPEAlPorto APPEALPorto
Porto Rican ican Who Ganized nzed a Strike StrikeLikely e
Likely t Go Fr FrSan Free FreeSan
San Juan P 1 Aprfl1tThe April ItThe SUpreme SUpremecourt Inpr Inprtoast eme
court of Porto R Rive yesterday beard tic the theaPPf1 0
appeal of Santiago V I8Ie IN of o f
the Federation of Workmen of Porto Ise rto
Rico who was ail sentenced Dec > ± last to
three month and eight igbt dAy IJIIPI1Ii t tmeet nDIeIIt naprbon
meet on a charge of Conspiring to tothe raise
the price of labor In Port Porte Rico He Will WillunlloulttetilY wt l lunbouhtedly
unlloulttetilY bfr aNtulttfd r Coun CountteI 10 t I
I Irtiedas ft dwelt on Ute ron constitutional tJtutJonaj ugh rIgobtof ugho t
of o the people to aaeereble hie peacefully
WILD HORS HORSES t FOR FOR BRITISH BRITISHVanGuver I
+ Vancouver B c April 1 18An Aa or
+ Itantwd effort is being made to t
+ round up and break In the hundreds
+ of wild ild
horses that roam the ranges
+ between Coal Hill and Nicole B n C
+ They The are to be offered to Colonel I
t Dent the purchasing agent ent of the
+ British h army who ill comiRg coo to Brit
lab Columbia In about ut two trentha t to +
i purchase horses for service in South
+ Africa Owi Owing to their wiry aUd + +
+ and hardlnese hardln the ponies W8Qhj +
+ probably I stand well the cigars of +
+ South Africa ArneaAaks
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
dmo dmoAsks G
Asks Inereue of PQns PQnsien 8n 8nSpecial
Special to The Herald lIera1dVashlngtnn
Washington April Senator 10 D Du u
bois today Introduced a bill granting grantln a
a pension of so monthly to Mareelu afarcel us
M Martin
MartinMiss a
Miss Roosevelt Home Homewiqt
wiqt W tngtra oa Aprf Apri 1 10 M Miss Alice Ati ce
R sit returned to 0 W l hlngton soda today
Y
from CUba Cuba
I
BATTLE RATiO RATiOTWENTY RATiOTWENTY
TWENTY TO OE OET OEFilipinos 1NE 1NEt 1NEFilipinos
t
Filipinos Were Shot Down Like L1keHogs LikeHogs
Hogs Slaughtered in m a Pen PenI PenARMY PenARMY
I
ARMY OFFICER ADMITS IT ITBUT ITBUT
+
BUT HE DENIES THmB BRAY BRAYBBtY 131tAVBEY
BEY Dr fl FIGHTING FIGRTDrGt FIGRTDrGWASHINGTON
ttASHINGTON t
ASHINGTON April 1In tut1 tut1tying testifying
WASHINGTON tying before the committee committee today todayGeneral todayGeneral
General MacArthur w waa ely closelycrossexamined clo elycrossexamined
crossexamined by Senator Patter PattersonTo on onTo
To the g good marksmanship of the theAmerIcans theAmericans
AmerIcans lacArthur attributed the thelarge thelarge
large proportion of FUI 08 who werekilled were werekilled
killed In battle to the Dumber wounded wound wounded
ed Senator Patter on ask8d asked a number numberot
ot questions tlolUl In this connection Intend Intended Intended
ed to bring out the fact that the num number number
ber of killed among the Filipinos was wassa wasso
sa much out of proportion to Ute number num number
ber of wounded a as to require II es espl explanation
planation pl natlon General MacArthur held to
his position that the disproportion was wasno wasno
no greater than wu to be expected un under under
der the ctreumstanees ctreumstaneesAn i iAn
An increased ed death rate In the theAmerican theAmerican
American army might have been moresatisfactory more moresatisfactory =
satisfactory to some arguments he hesaid hosaid
said but I nevertheless cnn consider lder It Itvery Itvery
very fortunate that such wu DOt the thecase thePressing
case casePressing
Pressing his questions Senator Patterson Pat PattelllOn
telllOn asked If the klllin killing of twenty
Filipinos t9 one American wu not notsimple notsimple
simple slaughter slaughterMcArthur slaughter3LcArthur
McArthur Is Cornered CorneredNom OorneredNo
No Nom replied General KscArthur KscArthurNot MacArthurNot
Not when your adversary stands up upand upand
and fights fightsben fightsThen
ben it under these conditions coadltiOlUlwIth conditionswith
wIth such dlsp disparity llty of casualties the theFilipinos J JFJUpln08
Filipinos stood up and fought are they theynot theynot
not the bravest people who ever went wentto wentto
to war asked Senator Patterson i 3They iTbey
They did not stand up and fight ftghtalter fightafter
alter the first battle replied the wt wtnMS witness
ness nMSTJleh TJleh If they did not fight Is It nowtrue now nowtrue
true a I have asked that their kill kUlJug killlug
Jug was nothing more than slaughter slaughterNo slaughterNo
No No that J5 not the cue Th The war warIs warig
Is the most humane that ever was wasfougbL wasfought
fought It Is simply a question of ef efficiency f fflclericy
flclericy against agal 8t inefficiency inefficiencySenator inefilclencySenator
Senator Carmack que questioned tlQRecI General GeneralMacArthur GeneralMacArthur
MacArthur as to his meaning when he hestated hestated
stated In his report of IH1 that there therewas therewas
was an organized and systematic ef effort effort
fort to have Chinese ImmlGIIRtien con continued
tinued for the purpose of exploiting the tbeIslands theislands
Islands General MacArthur said he hehad
had Intended to bring out the ct that thatthe
the large European and American es estabUshments estabUabments
tabUshments In the archipelago still etmdeqmndidtbefr
deqmndidtbefr 1a iabor as the CklaJBan CklaJBanIs
Is the cheapest and molt indefatigable < ble bletoile
toile In the world worldMabtnis worldffiabiais
Mabtnis Awful Crime Opmhlr
1hefr hlr hope was was he said to continue coatinueUie continuee
Uie th e flood of immigration from China Chinaas
as they were vuctapt uctOt to come to the theAmerican
American standard of wages He did didnot didnot
not believe it would be difficult to keep keepthe keepthe
the Chinese out and he was of the thAopinion theopinion
opinion th that t when better wages should shouldbe shouldbe
be established the natives would prove proveacceptable proveacceptable
acceptable as laborers laborersSpeaking
Speaking of the educated Filipinos FilipinosGeneral FilipinosGeneral
General MacArthur said that many ofthem of ofthem
them were men of good character and andgenerally and1y
generally generallyors 1y showed ability Among nth otbers
ers of whom he spoke was Yahlnl who whohe
he said had a dream of Polynesian Polynesianconfederacy
confederacy an able mM but butdreamer a adreamer
dreamer and unfortunately para paralyzed paralyzed
lyzed be added addedWhere addedWhere
Where Is he now asked Senator 5elULtorPatterson SenatorPatterson
Patterson PattersonIn
In Guam laconically responded the thewItness
wItness wItnessHoi witnessHow
Hoi did he get there thereI
1 sent him because he was an apt apttutor a atator
tutor tutorThen
tatorThen
Then followed a Ion long If colloquy In Inwhich inwhich
which General MacArtbur explained explainedthat explainedthat
that after he had released Mablnt he hecontinued hecontinued
continued his agitation agitationHis
His agitation In support of Filipino JIi1lplnoIndependence
Independence suggested Senator Pat PatterStm Patterson
terStm terStmHis tersonHis
His agitation was In support of theInsurrection the theInsurrection
Insurrection ln Insisted ted General MacArthur Mac MacArthur
ArthurThe Arthur ArthurThe
The statement was made at t today todaysession
session that next week eek a number of ofenUsted ofenlisted
enlisted men would behe be ro c cc to the tbppractice
practice of the water cure In the thePbllipplnes
Philippines PbllipplnesBELGIUMS PhilippinesBELGIUMS
BELGIUMS THRONE TOTTERS TOTTERSSeventeen
Seventeen Thousand Revolvers Sold Soldby
by One Firm FirmBrussels
Brussels April 10Repe 10Repeated tecl charges bar H Hof
of police and mounted gel darmes darmeswith
with drawn sabers re resulted lted In the dia
pe181 of the rioting nt nebl bill here early
this morning morningDuring
During the rioting one policeman wu wushot wasshot
shot through the body and taee His Hiscomrade Hiscomrades
comrade baYing exhausted their am ammunition
munition fled and the wounded man manwas manwas
was overwhelmed kicked and lIton stoned stonedAnother d dAnother
Another policeman sought refuge inthe In Int1ie
the attic of a cafe whereupon the theJJOclalists thesocialists
socialists sacked the establishment luDent ex exploded exploded
ploded a lamp which et lire to the thebul1dlng thebuilding
building and completed its ruin The Theftamea
flamed forced the rioters to retire retireAnother retireAnother
Another mob proceeded to the North Northern
ern railway station where It collided colJldedwith
with the police Revolver S shots ota were w re reeubaDged
exchanged and the rioters soled a po policeman
liceman bet him until he was uncon unconBelous
Belous and left him bleeding on the tbeground theground
groundLondon ground groundLondon
London April UThe Brussels cor correspondent
respondent of the Daily MaD un thereservists the theraaervl
reservists raaervl l8 who were ere called out In COG consequence COGllequence
sequence oC the riots arrived there yes yesterday yesterday
terday singing revolutionary songs 1IOftgIAt songsAt
At the station they were net by eo socialists eoclalhlta
clalhlta who distributed red leaflets to tothem tothem
them In which it i said the socialist socialistwomen t twom
wom women n were confluent that the militia militiawould militiawould
would not Are on the socialists It the thecommand thecommand
command to do go was given givenA givenA
A noncomml Doncommissioned loned officer who or ordered ordared
dared the arrest of one of the distrib distributors distributors
utors of these leaflets wu loudly boot hooton
00 One Antwerp firm alone continues conUnuestbe
the correspondent recently sold 17001 17001revolven 17009revolvers
revolvers to the socialists socialistsBru socialistsBrussels
Brussels ell April pri1 11 1 a m8erlOWI m8erlOWIconflicts mSeriousconflicts
conflicts between Tiol rioters rs and poUce in inwhich iswhich
which over thirty persons were wounded wound wounded
ed including women and children oc occurred occurred
curred here late last night Ib the vi vicinity
cinity of the Maison du Peuple
14 1 Y YChief
Chief Clerks Big Haul HaulSan
San Francisco nciscl April 1 10Thc Tbe trial M MWalt orWalter
Walt Walter N Dimmick charged With th thrvbber7 throbbery
robbery of N8 tJilllb In gold from the tnit tnitState i nit I IStates
State in this city W8 begas ia iaeuitfd
euitfd Stairs > district court t ted CJIW > ry Dim OintJDkok
JDkok was formerly cites dolt of fife tltemint fifemint
mint
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