OCR Interpretation


The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, April 13, 1902, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1902-04-13/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

C > > < > r J 111I
ritS
= lll e 5 oj =
=
iJ c C
or r = 0 0or = = =
<
a
>
1 fl flI
I SIMRAi LEAOl T THE H 4 SALTL2KE L > TL dLKE 1 b bI WEATHER TOlJAV
I I 411rer ept4 Sy 115 ° fi cents cents per per oune ouneI ernesept4 pound tie 1 t HERALD
ax 1i1 t rents ds New YettIt YettItUSTABLL 1 Forecast cast for f o r Salt Lake LakeJ A z
J = USTABLL T BLiSHED HED JUNE 6 1 1870 70 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH T Aft S SAY AY APRIL 13 1902 1902TweotyFour = = Twenty = Four Pages PRICE FIVE CENTS
EDOF OF BOER AJAR IN SIGHT SIGHTDUTCH SIGHTDUTCH
DUTCH REPUBLIC DOOMED DOOMEDEyen
Eyen Dorn Om P au ul Kruger Is s Now ow Willing to o Renounce RenounceAll
All Claims to Indepndence IndepndenceCoaditions
Conditions to Witch the Burghers Will Assent Are Mthorltativel A horitaUvely Y YNamedUnited I
Mo NamedUnited Unitcd Stites May Mediate I Itt
tt + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
4 Edinburgh April 12rhe Evening B Jfews ITtewwa of this city wIIo whose e eeditor 1 1editor +
+ editor is in c10 close e touch with Xr Xrapr declar declares the Boers aIl pr prpared pre prepared +
+ pared to accept tile following concUttcma +
+ 1 They will not make absolute lute independence a cardinal feature featuret +
+ t if they can come to a satisfactory agreement ment aa to future baterna iateenational baternational +
+ tional government +
+ 2 The banishment and conA8ea a of propertytrust property proelamatio proelamatioJI1ust +
+ trust be canceled and contecl praprrty JR mnat be restored to its ibtowners itsowners +
+ owners with remuneration for prt prfvgb stock ad property de destreyed destreyedor treyed treyedt +
t Jr taken by the British Britishi +
1 + 3 Full recognition of state debts eGJIt10aaW oon mmtsd before and after after108tilities afterhoetilitiem +
+ 108tilities andup to the data of t the JUWXattcm pntdamatlollptth pntdamatlollptthliahed px9damation pubs pubslrshed +
+ liahed by Lord Roberta Bobertat +
+ t 4 The language question Is to lie iauttttsfy at1 tl agreed un unt uprn +
+ t 5 Amnesty for fo the Cape rebrlaf rebeJa +
f 6 The ret retaae of all political priaoaen priaoaent +
+ t 7 A date to be i Axed xed what an priaoattrs IIIiIIo of war w will l be Nt rettaraod rettaraodto d dt +
t to South Africa TM offers of Oete or r two trin ftriuiedly powerste powtors to M a aeepted acepted +
+ eepted to superintend the carrying Nt < < of the terms o of ofLO pesos pesost +
+ t + + + + t + tt + + + + + ttt + + + + tt + + + tttttt + + + + + + + + + + + + t r ruNDON + + +
uNDON DIS April llPeace Is within meaaurable distance dl8tDeeThat distanceL
LO L That probably sums IIUI up the present cop of ramon fOnJe es IV a I IdtdlhUOns ideductions
deductions which baa Great Brltalp Brltal by the ears Is It peace meets meeLhl meetsthe
the hl eYe in glaring posters of ne newspapers and the queetioa Is reeekoed reeekoedthroughout rechoedtxroughout
throughout the Uuited Kingdom KlnadomIointed KingdomAs
As pointed out In these d dispatches patcbes yesterday and confirmed at m mb midnight midnightby
b by Yr Balfour the government leader In the IIou home e of commons COD1mo a the re rer retorts
torts r tt8 of the detinite end of a conflict of such length Invol Involving so many manylasting manytesting
lasting and Intricate iaues being reached practk lry y WltbGutr without any tI tine be being being
ing devoted to negotiation are palpably premature It Is announce that thattile thatthe
tile ministers at todayll meeting which laMed an h1r > dl discussed cUlllled a commu communi e ntmu ntmunkatlon
nkatlon ni cation from rom Lord K Kitchener tehener This hiwte Is quite within raon and government pvernmentdrrlt1 governmentcircle
circle txO wrest > ct several Amilar messages from Lord KltcJaeaer 1 before anything auqtklRlcj anythingdeflnita
cj deflnita lIoitf an be announced While Lord KIteheeery Kltc t ire mage may have 1 been beenof eeD eeDor
or thai im irrJOrtallCt > nrtanee the AlItIOClated P Prep has mood tea to bI believe that thattill thatthe
till lud sudden < lpn summons of the cabiaet ml1dat ministers r Wail date to a de dire lre to decide decidethlr decideehPther
ehPther thlr fir not the preoontatlon of tf the bu budget pt could be postponed until tit the theKllrk theKlerksdorp
Klerksdorp Kllrk drp ntptttatloD are settled ttled one way aY or Ute other otherWCE otherFACE
FACE NOT mrD OF F C1UTICSX C1UTICSXhattwr M MWhatever
Whatever the proposals of the chancellor c of the exchequer Sir Mktel MktelHkhsBear M eI eIHkbBtIIh
HkbBtIIh h may bfo they are bound to be greeted by storms of crttld8l crttld8lIrem m mhem
hem various quarters Peace will 111 DOt modify the CI7I crying need ofadditleaal ofadditleaaltevenu ofaddltl Ml Mltnenu
tnenu hut it would take off the Wag troll tbeaddlUOnaI the additional taxation which wllichIt
It bound to raJ raiser e Ii prote protect t from every class of IbdaM industry deetL In Ute UteWttonal thetutional
Wttonal jubilation OVer the end of the war those industrial prelM I wilt wiltbe wiltbe
be Jolt to mlght mlghtIt igl t tIt
It will be no nrp aprprlae If It is anllOu annouamd 011 Monday y that the bud budget t presemtation pre preeatation
eatation once more b bda been postponed and If this does DOt take place piecepvitamentary placepartlamtntary
partlamtntary circles will retard It as ODe el the beat ammeas that the lJfIf lJfIfIlIIlftfnt aoerflment
IlIIlftfnt praUnaU IeU1ed is asanted ef et a 8 Successful ul tecmituutien of the KIerb KIerbdoff Kierkrdeep
doff emttTfnce Tae 1a cabinet council today whUe it yrobabiy did not tol tolIi tulfill
fill Ii the set erlaonaDy sa oaa > iy attributed tpC cttolpwj Of tlpciti0lgrbslweeapence wweea peAee0I or wartuadoubtMly war waroioubtfdlr
oioubtfdlr n reviewed > vlewedqe the entire tlre atlija both 1 rep repthe JT
1M sltIJatlt > n in n South AftiI4L Aftit AftitHow L LH01
How ompth omJHtat ated 4 and tmpoeslble of ofthand 1etioQ lat4ct aikt aiktcart
I cart he 4 judged d dp by an appaletetly authentic n e statedslnt I pubs J U rtl rtlburgh Ii Iif
burgh News p printed t in the f fote ahag ahagA1OfE1TY
f AUIIlY Pox O4PE CA1 B 17ET 1t R
Of these the cardinal point and the harden hanle lt for Great t Britain to concede eoBcedeis
is tie granting of amnesty to the Cape rebel rabela not JIf 4 much uch because ecIu fJl Brit Briti Britsh
i sh h oPPOI opposition tlon but ovir otrig to colonial opJOCdtion In Smth Africa Itself ItRlrWhil ItselfWhile
While there ie no reason 8On to believe that tl thin e 1a not a emiofttctal emiofttctalnlry sam sammary
mary of the Boers df demands > maDds then is I aiM talon n to think that they b be moditied modi moditiM
tiM How stroglv tro lv the government share tiMU hope may be judged from fromThe fromthe
The fact that Pie Lon London on police llleiala today were ordered to keep J large largeforces te teorf
forces orf in order to avoid any repetition of Matekina night which tt is isff Isfeared
ff feared > d might caste should the conclusion of peace be announced announcedOn
On One of tilt curious future of the jlipe present ent negotiations it that five of oft ofthe
t the Boer otr representatives pr ntaUv IleCUred a legal 1 traI training at the English liar liarTbl barThe
The repeated rumens or Jo Joseph eph cbaJaber Chamberlains tt resignation of the omce omcelit of ice iceof
lit oloniaJ se secretary < retaY whch were reeelved after the publication of his hlBgr hissigned
signed gr > d dEnQl may be utterlY dl8r diereggrded They ri rise e out of serious differ dlrrerONS differflees
flees eritting ex tln < < between hlllUletf and the chancellor of the excbequr over the I IW
W weal t 1ntltS In lies and other colonial matters requiring treasury cooperation cooperationr I Ih
r h p o ha ae frequently been mentioned In these dispatches and which appear appearto I
11 to be b More acute than they have bf been n fOJ or months monthsT monthss
T s DtWITT TALMA6E IS ISBrain DEAD flfI D
Brain Fever Carries Of Most Famous Preacher Since Beechers BeechersTimeHis
TimeHis Rise From 21 Farmers lid to the Pastiwilte Pas Pastwit
1 twit of the Brooklyn Tabernacle T
MJi MJiLJE 1PYTD
LJE D zwTT
l
I
T Britt Ta Ta0arie
Tabnap utd
llernacle tile Brooklyu
0arie Where x Rim
Won laa lraateWASHINGTON
1 WASHINGTON
GI A April > > rII 1JBe or
a De Witt
RittTale Tale the tIOt noted d
PrtPbyt Preebyterisn rifiD de cktgytpan died at
plt 1k > k
toright a at t I his a nRcIeIIce t + in
city ity I
bad been eVidetat t fo for
riaS dat s t Oat
there was to hn hope of
oven infllIIli ifl6 aad Id the aUftIdIIa attendhtg < < Dbt Dh G ldal iaas
Vii t the
famjJy MI ati i tnt nt
trdUau eraduahy
1 grew vzue tu 1 unt uatii life lifed
1
Or
Y i
f ir
> = t
> < c d
ra passed away al tlu quietly tly that t even > n the then 1t 1tn >
n motI IIf f t1w i iamilTfl < mil all of whom whomInl yhnmmere
Inl mere watching at th t 11 < bwjk hardly hardlytCvntiDueci
tCvntiDueci on page 21
1 1 1iiit
<
c
> q
Lc
iiit = c =
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + < + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + T Tt Tfr + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ +
+ +
+ t +
+ b + 4 4F 4r 4S
+ +
+ +
+ +
+ +
+
+ t
+ F +
+ +
+ +
r
+ +
+
fr + + + + +
+
+ +
+ ie ieII >
t
+ II IIr IIt IIo
+ r +
+ +
+ +
t + t
+ + o 7 t
4 4t 4t 4t
t + t
t t + +
+
+
t tp1 +
t r F p1 p1ftQ S o A o t
+ t t tr o +
J ot ott9
1 pO +
+ ftQ +
+ +
+ +
+ +
+ +
+ +
+ +
t9
+ +
+ s +
+ api apir +
+ +
+ +
+ r srt r rhr +
c
+ +
+ +
+ +
+ hr 4 7 7L
+
+ m +
+ + t
+ p
t
t < > 10 10t
+ I L t
t > rL ii iiGem +
+ + Gem Schofield c o ie rts ll ea o f th thf e Military St Sti Situation I uatJon uatJont + +
+
+ + + + + + f + + + Md > + + + + + + + + i > f + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + f + + + + + t
SA 4 l 1tS S I iTWi1St iTWi1StJudge r i f 8 I i I 1 1Judge ff i Jf
Judge Advocate KIngsbury Describes the Killing of ofEfevrn Elev Filipino nrfilipinoPrisoners FilipinoPrisoners
Prisoners as One of the Most AtrociousAct Atrocious Aetas Known KnQwop
p
to Civilized Warfare =
ANILA April 1The judge judgevocate KiII
MANILA r vocate M Major r Henry P Kings Klnsabury Kingsbury
bury replied today to the sum summing summing
ming up before Ute coqnmartll yes yest yesterday
t terday rday of Captan Ca taw Arthur T Marb MarbreprelleDtinc Marixrepresenting
representing Major Littleton W T TWa1ler TWaller
Wa1ler who Ie being ng tried for executing aecutlgnatives executingnatives
natives of Samar without trial Major KajorKingsbury MajorKingsbury
Kingsbury made an eloquent add address addressHe reM reMHe
He contended that Major Walter was wasun4er wasunder
under milltar military and not martial Jaw Jawand lawand
and that there was nothing in the con conduct conduct
duct of t the men woo were shot de deserving deserving
serving of such punishment punishmentTbe
The judge advocate blamed Major MajorWaller MajorWailer
Wailer hlllUelt for the disasters d wJ which whichbefell ch chbefen
befell tile marines and accused him of ofaballd6ftlng ofabandoning
abandoning ten help1e helpless s comrades comradeswbo comradeswhose
wbo whose e bones Dell were now bleaching on onthe onthe
the banks of the Lanang to die of ofbJDtrer ofhanger
hanger hangerThe bJDtrerThe
The Judge advocates denunciation of ofthe ofthe
the mEthods by which the prisoners prIaonerswho prisonerswho
who were to be shot were cho chosen en was wasMERGERS
MERGERS FIRST MOVE MOVEJ
J J Hills Attorneys Put in inTh inTheir
Th Their ir First Defense to toState toState
State Suit SuitSt
St Paul MtaL April I1The firstmovement first
movement or Ute various interests con coneemed concerned I
eemed in tile railway merger as asagainst
a against alu t the nit in instituted titutect by tile state stateof stateof
of Minnesota Mlnn In tile Ramsey district districtcourt
II
court has Ha takeR by Pre President PresidentHilts ldent ldentHUI
HUI Hilts attorn attorneys They have served no notice
tke upon Attorney General Douglass Doutluaof I
of a motion to vacate service In the thesummons I
summons and complaint of the state of ofMinnesota I
Minnesota apln agaaInst t the Northern Se Securities
curltles company and against PresIdent PresIdentJ
J 1 Hill or tt corporation and of the theGreat I IGreat
Great Northern road roadThe r d dTb
The Tb motloni motion wii come before the theRamsey I IRam
Ram Ramsey district co court rt for argument on onwHk one oneweek
week from today It will be heard at atspecial I
special term oC court Which judge judgewilt
wilt preside has yet to be determined determinedThe determinedThe I
The motion el the railways will be beba8ecl belased
ba8ecl on the claim that the Northern NorthernSecurities 1
Securities company ja a New Jersey Jerseycorporation i icorporation
corporation and as such is outside thejurisdiction the I IjurlsGlctlon
jurisdiction of the Minnesota courts au rt8 It Itwill
Will also ali O be argued that lames 1 Hills HlUsre Hillsresidence I
re residence lden e in this tate ia merely per personal personal
sonal aDd as such he ins not oiuaenable oiuaenableto enable enableto
to the laws In the case u he would be beunder
under normal conditions conditionsThe lOndltionsThe I
The argument on next Saturday will willnot ill i iJtOt
not affect the main question q stated statedfa IrtatLIill
ill Ute bill of complaint flied by the at attonaey attorney
tonaey general generalTo ral ralTo
To Cost lSwea MillionsWashington Millions XiWouWuhingtoo
Washington April 1Senator Fairbanks Fair Fairbanks
banks chairman of the senate comI comIJDitte com committee
JDitte on buildings bas reported fa favorably I Ivorably
vorably a bill providing for a building
for the executive the departmEnt of ofstate ofstate I
state and the department of justice justiceThe justiceThe
The proposed propo ed building is to be erected erectednertll erectednorth
north of the present state war and andnavy andnavy
navy sending It is estimated that the thebuilding tbebuDcJha
building < < and site will m cost 1St iOOOOOO x000000P x000000Pensions iOOOOOOIt
P It 0 0Pensions
Pensions For Provo MentSeecial Men MenSp
tSeecial Sp dal to The Heraldi Heralditashington Hf > raMI raMIYahingt
Yahingt < m April 12The house todav to today
day paft passed d a hill JantillJ a pension of 1
4 1 a t month to Yilliflrl Itoltrts Hob rts of ofPl ofProvo
Pl Provo alw a 10 a bill grattng r dlltiD6 Aaron SPost S I IPo
Po Post t of Provo a pension of 313 13 a month j jZf
f 0
Zf
dramatic They were listed up he hesal hesaid
sal said for the raffle of dt s at thesole the thesole
sole will and pleasure of Private Da Davie i
18 a a marInewho marine who was ItS judge andprosecutor and andIO
prosecutor IO eCutor and prof professes lMIIyarm lMIIyarmHe many arms armsHe
He referred to Davis > t testimony nY In interms
I term of withering scorn accutteed UIeII Ma Major Mal
Jot Waller or Jlatenlng toibe to the dletatett dletatettof
of ambition and not to the dictates of ofduty ofduty
duty asserted that the rpttfves tlv according ac according
cording to the evidence acted a In many mJ1YIlUItances manyinstances
instances in a highly aommendsble aommendsblemanner endablc endablcmanner
manner and declared that heir faith faithfulness faithfulness
fulness and not their treachery bad badbeen hadbeen
been d disclosed IClosed before the court courtCaptain
CaptaIn lIarix requested requestedpermls permission permissionto lon lonto
to make a short reply He protested protestedstrongly protestedstrongly
strongly against criticism of the way I
In n which Major Wailer had condurted couduetedthe
the CAmpaign which he sand StlIdwaBout StlIdwaBoutside was out outside
side the case and again insisted thatmartial that thatmartial
martial 10 law ruled by the mere natureI nature
of the conditions The court delib deliberated deliberated
erated more than hair an hour No de decillion decision
cillion was announced announcedTHE announcedTHE
THE SINOF SlNOFTHE THE WIFE WIFEMay WIFEMay
May ee Responsible FQrtheMys FQrtheMysterious r rterious
terious Murder of Her HerHusband
Husband HusbandDetroit HusbandDetroit
Detroit Mich April aThe only onlynew onlynew
new development today I lit the Hey HeyGOd Heywood
wood GOd mStef mystery was as the almluien a misaien by byMrs
Mrs 18 Heywood that she d been In Intimate intimate
timate with Yllliam Jo Jonejs the roomer roomerlit
lit Heywoods Heywoodskoulre house who under under arrest ar arrest
rest Oft fAl suspicion Jleion of kUIIIJg her flue flueband jmusband
band She send kl be had do Influence Influenceover influenceover
over her which lllcb she could never er understand under understand
stand standI
I am just beginning to toetome eome out of ofthe ofthe I
the spell which he bas cat over me
she said saidWhen saidWhen I
When Jones was arres arrests Mrs Hey Heywood
wood insisted he did nth leave the theboWIe thehouse
boWIe 00 the night HeJW Heywadd l was mur murdered
dtrM and that she did tr ier believe be lieve itwas it itwu
wu he who Am shot her iluabend 8lJend and andthen andthen
then crushed his scull ull witi witT some blunt blunttnstnlmentpIobably bluntinstrumentprobably
tnstnlmentpIobably a ks mer IReI Today To Today
day however Mrs He Heywood san that that8tH
she agrees with the th theoq of the p0 p0llee police
lice that Jones stole out fl the thehouse ou e eab
about ab ut 3 ocJoek Tburs Thursday aynlag ornig g aDd aDdcommitted andcommitted
committed the murder Tnigiit JmIxhtIn JmIxhtInHeyood Mrs MrsHeywood
Heyood Ia sick I In Ite bed w r the care careof ca1eof
of a physician The P81kesay police say they tbfoyare theyare
are convinced thAt she fte lows ws nothing nothingof
of the murderJones murder murderJones
Jones WM in a the sweat box again againthis
this attenoon bUt > bing was wasgleaned wasglued
gleaned from him by theotticers eftlee18 Heis He
ICOOlerifanythlngt4nnWhenhe ICOOlerifanythlngt4nnWhenheWas is cooler if anything n when he hewas I
Was first arrested The PfiJce maintain maintainthat maintainthat
that Mrs Xr Heywoods He woods adiIJI aion n tec1ayof today
of the illicit relations had with withJOBes withJones
Jones furnishes a doulJte motive for torhim forhim
him to destroy Heywood HeywoodIe Ie probably
wanted anted they say to ID81IJ marl Mrs in Hey Heywood Heywood
wood and also to securetJte secure the 1eOOI life lifeinsurance
insurance which Mr II HeyWood carried carriedand carrtedand
and his property worth about l8108 18000more
more moreSETS
SETS ASIDE A BIG BIG RESERVE
+ WashIngton April laThe Tbe pre preeident +
+ ident has issued a proclamation PtOelamationtttng proclamationeettttng + 1
+ eettttng tttng apart the San Francl Francieeo Francieeomountain oo +
+ mountain reserve This conserves es + i ithe
+ the water for f i00it8 fl tit the theSalt + i ialt
+ Salt alt naveS valley In wh W b Photo PhOt + i I Inix
+ nix is situated +
1 1J
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
J
iW Jib Wf iJi Ss TJJ t mfi mfiM
M Music usic T Teacher Miller th the Selfconfessed Murderer of a Girl IsDenounced Is IsDenounced
Denounced by HIs Own AttorneyInvalid WIfe WIfeMay WifeMay
May Die of the Shock ShockD ShockIIITROIT
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ ETROIT Mich April 13 lZAt At midnight tonight 8eventytwo hours hoursafter hoursafter +
+ D after Professor Joseph M 1 Muller murdered MI Miss 8 Carrie M I Jen Jennett Jent +
t nett with a hatchet he was In Jackson prison sentenced to toIfpenl todpend +
+ Ifpenl the rest of his life there at hard labor He was as arraigned In the therecorders therecorders +
+ recorders court this morning on the charge of murder murderHis t tHis
+ His attorney who was appointed by the court raised the question questionof +
+ of Millers all sanity lty end JUdge Murphy according appointed a oommls oommlsion +
+ 51011 ion of three alieniata aJlenJ ta to examine Miller His plea waif withheld during duringtheir +
their eir examination exaoalnatlonAfter examinationAfter +
+ After a careful examination the physldfuts came Into court this afternoonand after afternoon +
+ noon noonand and announced that they were agreed butt there was no symptom symptomof +
+ of ln insanity anlty in the dEfendant Inler was then ordered to plead and the theconteBtred 4 4confessed +
+ confessed murderer said In a low voice voiceu voiceEvidence voiceGuilty +
+ Guilty GuiltyEvidence u +
+ Evidence was then Introduced to prove the death of Miss 188 Jennett At 4 4its +
+ its conclusion Millers lIIers attorney E E Chamberlain addressed the thecourt thecourt +
+ court He congratulated the police department on their efficient work workin +
In running down the murderer and securing his eGnfeahn and said that thathe thathe +
+ he had no sympathy with Miller who de deserved erved the extreme penalty of ofIt ofthe +
+ It the law In sentencing Miller Judge Murphy called him a demon and andsaid + I Isaid
+ said that he considered that the sentence he was about to imoo Impose e on onhim onhim +
+ him was Inadequate to his horrible crime crimeMiller crimeMiller +
+ Miller was taken back to jail where he remained until he left for forthe t tthe
+ the station Accompanied by two officers he went to Jackson at 820 820oclock 820oclock +
+ oclock over the Michigan Central railroad Mrs Miller his wife who whohas whohas +
has b been en an Invalid for several years is prostrated at ather her home and andIs andis +
+
Is in a dangerous conditl condition n +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
SETS AMERICAN FREE FREEProcrastinated FREEProcrastinated
Procrastinated Decision of the theMexican theMexican
Mexican Court at last Dis Discharges Discharges
charges Mealy MealyIedco MealyMonterey
Monterey Mexico April 1 J2TIIe J2TIIeprfme The m mpreme
prfme court of appeals of Mexico Mexicohanded has hashanded
handed down a decision In the DOled DOledXealY ratedMealy
Mealy case In which hleh Jl I is held that the theimprisonment th thhupri5
imprisonment hupri5 Dmeat of Mr Mealy was Illegal IllegalMealy
Mealy y was imprisoned teat year o on a acharge
charge h = o of contempt o of court yeHe yeHea yeHe8um He was wassummoned a
8um summoned loued to give evidence in a mining
IhVf Investigation tlgation being mad by the court at atCludad atCtudad
Cludad Porfollo Diaz Sickness prevent prevented
ed his attendance at the time but he heIJtnt hesent
sent his attOnH attorney to explain to the court courtTM courtThe
TM court refused to accept his explana explanation eetplanation
tion And ordered him to b be arrested and andnt andsent
sent nt forcibly to Cludad Porforio Dias DIa H Hwas Hs Hswas
was imprisoned In Monterey four das dasand daysand
and In Cludad Porforlo Dbs six day dayIn daysin
In sclte ote of the protests of the American Americanconsul AJIIlIkancon
consul con ul At the end or this time the thechA thecharges
chA charges of perjury and robbery were weread4kd wereadded
added to one oC contempt of court courtAfter courtAfter
After urgent orot protests b ball was allowed allowedIA
IA the sum of 135W 1 which Mealy eal bad to tofunalM tofurnish
furnish In cash of a certain Issue Juedecl8lon The Thedeelsien
decl8lon vindicates Mealy MtAtyPROVO MealyPROVO
PROVO YOUNG MAN MANINJURED MANINJURED
INJURED BY TRAIN TRAINSpe TRAINspecaat
specaat Spe sal to The Herald Heral4Ogden HeraldOgden
Ogden Apll1 April IL A young man named namedThomas namedThomas
Thomas Jones whose home is in Provo Provow Provowtis
w wtis < < seriously Injured at an early hour hourthis hourthis
this morning by haTIng his leg cru crushed crushedunder bed bedunder
under the wheels of a Rio Grande GrandeWestern GrandeWestern
Western train The boy Is about 17 17years 17years
years of age IJe and was trying to avoid avoidthe avoidthe
the train when he was Injured Injuredo InjuredClub
o lEI lEIClub
Club Womans ConventionAtlanta Convention I Itlanta
1 1Low
Atlanta Ga April It 11Yrs Mrs Reoeoea nl D DLowe
Low president of the Genera Federation FederatiORof
of Wom Womens ns clubs today la leaned ued the offi official of fi ficiat
cial programmp of the next > > ext convention conventionto
to bt heM In Los Angeles May L 1 Mrs Mrsowt MrsLowe
Lowe owt df declared > Clar < d today that the forthcom forthcomIn forthcoming
In ing h biennial > nnial would be the larst 1ar est in the thfhiftr thehistory
history of the organization The South SouthOAt Southshe
she OAt said tcotald mJIf1 fnd the largest 31 t and an mot motreINOpntatin mostrepre
repre reINOpntatin ontatiye ldqmtion rr f ant nt h by that thatisoctlon
fectlon of any national gathering or orwomen ofvromen
women
<
sAYS HE IS A BAD MAN MANCommissioner
Commissioner Jones Defense to toCharges toCharges
Charges Made by Former Gov Governor Governor
ernor McConnell McConnellSpeQJaI McConnellSpecial
Special t8 The Herald HeraldWUhin HeraldWashington
WUhin Washington April 12Former Gov Governor Governor
ernor McCell of Idaho who Is also alsoA
A former Indian agent brought a astorm
storm about his own head wh when n he hemade
made his report upon the alleged mis mismanagement mismanagement
management of the Indian schools To Today Today
day Senators Dubois and Gamble as asthe asthe
the subcommittee of the senate heard heardthe
the testim testimony ony The hearing was be behind behind
hind cloeed doors butit but it Is known that tbatthe thatthe
the chh chief f defense submitted by Com Comml88loner om ommistdoner
ml88loner Jones was an attack on onConned Mc McConnell
Connell ConnellMcConnells ConnedMcConnells
McConnells charges which have havebeen
been described in the special dispatches
to The Herald consisted of statements statementsthat
that gross and shocking Immorality Immoralityexisted immoralityexisted
existed at the Ind Indian an schools A m mdavits l ldavits
davits from many agents 88Eerted that thatMcConnelll thatMcConnelle
McConnelll character hara ter was such ch that thath thathe
h he wu not worthy of credenceMcConnell credence credefteeMcConnell
McConnell requested the committee eomltteeto
to ask the secretary of the jaterJoror jaterJororaJlidavlts ipterlor for forallidavits
aJlidavlts filed Ied in that once at atthe the time
that charges of thl this sort were first firstmade I Inde
made against McConnell He MId these theseallidavits I Iaftldavlt8
aftldavlt8 completely rebutted the af affidavits I IlIc1avlts
lIc1avlts of the commi commissioner loner and his hisagents I IaJeDts
agents The committee creed to do doSo I
80 aid another hearing will be had hadnext
next Thursday Thur day Governor MeConneU MeConneURid I
Rid saidAbsolutely I IAbsolutely
Absolutely no effort was made by I
the department at today hearing to I
disprove the charges I made The teg tegtimony te tetimon
timon timony of the commissioner and his hisemployee I
employee was directed toward tearing I
down my character This has abso absoIutely
Iutely no bearing on the case The Thequestion
question for the committee to deter determtne determine
mine Is whether or not the Indian pu pupUs pupils i
pUs were treated u I have descrIbed
In my report reportKansas reportsKansas
Kansas City Fire FireK3nsU FireKansas
Kansas It ity April 1Fire Fjrt to tonight l ht de deetruyed
etruyed th t oretnus < lTPOUf of the Kansas Kansaslitc
litc it Hr Nydranlr tJJj PrKncd Pr c < 1 kick CJDpiU1y ccrnpanyand CJDpiU1yfind
find a an offk official > lal or the company 811tlInated
the loss at MO88
J
RICH PJCHMANSRULE PJCHMANSRULECAUSE MANS RULE RULECAUSE
CAUSE OF FIG FIGHT FIGHTRioting HT HTt HTRioting
t
Rioting in Belgium Due to Die Disparity Dieparity
parity of Political Privileges Privilegest PrivilegesTROUBLE
t t y yTROUBLE
TROUBLE IS TO CONTINUE CONTINUEGENERAL
4 4GBN
GENERAL GBN RAL STRIKE IS TO O BB lRO PBOCLAIMED lROOLAIMED
CLAIMED TOMORROW TOMORROWt TOhtOBBOWRUSSELS TOMORROWB
t
RUSSELS April 1ThIs exciting excttlngweek excitingweek
B week ends with the lull b before fore the thefionn thestorm
storm The coming week hu al already atready
ready been dubbed revision week and andIt andit
It proml promises es to witn witness important events eventsA
A general strike b has s been proclaimed proclaimedfor
for Monday and on Wednesday a poUt poUtIcalcrlsls political
Icalcrlsls ical crisis will be reached by the open openIng opening
Ing in the chamber of deputies of the thequeetlon thequestion
question of the revision of the constl constltuUon constitution
tuUon on which the Belgian people are arenow arenow
now divided Th The Socialists and Liberals Liber Liberals
als have for a long time past been seek seekIng seeking
Ing to force the clerical government to toan toan
an issue on the question ot the electoral electoraJlaw electorallaw
law modification of which will noceasi noceasitate n ces i itate
tate a revision of the constitution consUtutionThe
The soul of the Socialist movement in inBelgium InBelgium
Belgium Is M Van der Voids a mem member memher
her of the chamber of deputies who Is Isa isa
a brilliant speaker and has great influence in influence
fluence over the ma masses ses He 18 taU and andlithe andlithe
lithe with a quiet manner He recently recent rjtcentJy
Jy married an English woman who also aboI alsoIs
I Is an active Socialist and Is pre president presidentof ldent ldentof
of the Womans federation of Belgium BelgiumA
A representative of the Associated AsllooiatedProse AssociatedPress
Prose interviewed M Van der Velda at atthe atthe
the close of the days session of the thechamber thechamber
chamber He evinced the U utmost l1 St read 1eadIneAS readiness
IneAS to explain to the American public pub1ithe publicthe
the situation in Belgium BelgiumTrouble BelgiumTrouble
Trouble Is to Oontinue OontinueWe GontinueWe
We are determined to go on new newhe nowhe
he said ld until we have s secured cured re revllon revision
vision Under thepresent the present unjust elec electoral electoral
toral regime the workingman has only
580000 votes out of 2000000 O oo whereasunder whereas whereasunder
under the oneman onevote system we wewould wewould
would have 400000 out ot l lThe 13041000
The general strike next Monday Im willtestify ImteqUfy
testify to the strength of the SociaUst SociaUstparty Sociallstparty
party We count on 19000 strikers lu inthe luthe
the mining and Industrial districts distrlotswhere districtswhere
where our call will certainly be gonerally goner generaJly
ally answered We have invited the themen themen
men to act according to the best inter interests intereats
eats of theIr districts and thus there therewill therewill
will be no strike at Ghent where the thetextile
textIle Industry or the country Is un
dergoing a crisis but there twill be dent 4
onstratlons in favor of universal 8uf suffrage
froge frageThe
The workmen of Brussels will hold holda
8 monster meeting Monday to show to tothe tothe
the government the feeling that exIsts exIstshere existshere
here We are urging the men to remain remainabtiolutely remainabsolutely
absolutely pacific but minor conflicts confiictssuch conflictssuch
such as have occurred are hardlY avoid avoidin
in view of the excited f that thatPFiV thatr
PFiV r alit0rtrd t1Smr6 t1 the f fait fae hatt tlt tltmen Totiar Totiarmen
men a1 are dUBeult to control especially especiallyin periaByin
in view of the aggressive attitude of the thepolice thepolice
police
No to Anarchists AnarchistsAsked AnarehistsAsked
Asked If he thought the anarchists anarchiltllwere anarchistswere
were profiting by the opportunity af afforded afforded
forded them by the demonstrations rp rpC recently
C cently ntly made Mr Van der Yelde said saidthat saidthat
that he thought not adding that their theirnumber theirnumber
number In Belgium Is Insignificant He Headmitted Headmitted
admitted that there were 8 a few an anarchists anarchists
archists in LIege and the other coal coalflelds coalflelds
flelds but declared they had little in influence influence
fluence with the workmen He does not notbelieve notbelieve
believe that the explosion at the Na NaUonal National
Uonal bank Monday was perpetrated by byanarchists byanarchists
anarchists or by revisionists but thinks thinksIt
It was merely the act of a mischief mlschlefmaker mischiefmaker
maker makerRegarding makerRegarding
Regarding the demonstrations demonstrationsagainst = G Gagainst
against the king last Wednesday he hedcclared hedeclared
declared It was quite unpremeditated unpremeditatedNevertheless unpremeditatedNevertheless
Nevertheless said he we approve approveIt
It and favor any demonstration of a apeaceful apeaceful
peaceful character which will sho show the theking theking
king that we want revision It is true truethat truethat
that crIes of Vine Republlque were wereraised wereraised
raised but we Socialists favor a re4 re4public re republic
public though our immediate aim isthe Is Isthe
the revision of the constitution constitutiononceq1 constitutiononcerping
onceq1 oncerping ng the revolutionary songs songsand songsand
and crIes raised by some of the reserv reservists reserv reservIsIs
IsIs called out this week M Van der derVelde derVelde
Velde said saidThey saidThey
They were quite comprehensible The Thearmyls 2s 2sarmy
armyls army is composed mostly of poor men menbecause menbecause
because the rich purchase substitutes substitutesThus substitutesThus
Thus a a large number of the soldiers 80Idieraare
are Socialists I believe that In the theevent theevent
event of disturbances the soldiers will willnot willnot
not shoot their own people peopleTwo peopleTwo
Two of the socialists who were werewounded werewounded
wounded In the rIoting here last evening even evenIng
Ing have since died In the 9t Pierre PierrehospItal Pierrehospital
hospItal The news of their deaths deathsspread deathsspread
spread rapidly and a mob gathered gatheredwith gatheredwith
with the intention of storming the thebuilding thebuilding
building and carrying off their ladies ladiesbut dies diesbut
but it was tercevted and dispersed dlepemdby
by the troop rho ho are maintaining a aguard aguard
guard at the Js1tal asItalMax Js1tallax
Max lax HaJJes a socialist communel communelcouncillor communelcouncillor
councillor has been sentenced to two twoweeks twoweeks
weeks imprisonment and to pay a fineof fine fineot
ot 18 francs for refusing to take the thecartrldges thecartridges
cartridges served out to him as a mom memberof mombar
berof bar of the civic guard He baa also alsobeen alsobeen =
been dismissed from that force forceHUMANSACRIFIC forceHUMAN
HUMAN HUMANSACRIFIC SACRIFICS SACRIFICSIN S SIN
IN THE FRENCH COr CONGO CONGOParts GO GOParis
Paris April n The The minister of thecolonies the thecolonies
colonies M de Crags has ordered that thatrelnfo thatreinforcements
relnfo reinforcements ments be Bent to the scene ot otthe ofthe
the troubles in the French Congo as the there theresult
re result ult of the dispatches he received recelvtdyesterday receivedyesterday
yesterday confirming the report of Ii Iirevolt arevolt
revolt of natives In the Sangha district dis district
trict The Paris manager or the Sengba Sengbacompany Sanghacompany
company In an Interview attributes attributesthe
the outbreak to the fact that the taunt tauntclam faatIcl8m
clam of the natives has beeR aroused arousedby arousedby
by human sacrifices which were cele celebrated celebated
bated recently He adds that the na naUvea natives
Uvea are well armed wIth modern ri rifles rifles
fles
HERETIC HERETICPreacher Will APPEAL APPEALPreacher
Preacher Convicted of Heresy Will WillFight WillTight
Fight Case CaseWichita CaseWichita
Wichita Kan April aRev Gran Granvllle Granvile
vllle Lowther who was convicted or orheresy ofheresy
heresy at the recent session of the thesGUthwest thesouthwest
southwest Kansas conference ot the theMethodist theMethodist
Methodist church and who has an announced announced
nounced ils determination te appeal appealthe appealthe
the case cannot have that privilege prtrilege8cconling privilegeaccording >
according to the statement ot Rev W WH WH
H ROBe who was junior counsel for torRev forRev
Rev Mr Lowther during th trial and andis andis
is now pastor of the church at McPher McPherson McPher McPherson
son lately served by the deposed min minIster mininter
inter Mr Rose said Under the law lawof lawof
of the church Rev Mr Lowther ha haforfeited has hasforfeited
forfeited his right to appeal by continulng contin continuIng
uIng to preat pr ah h after he had been con conviettd O i iicUd
icUd and expelled xpell from the minis1 ministry ministryHe r rHe
He is tl1l a member ff the Mcthnlist MNhlj t tchurth o ochurch
church but has no authority to 0 preach ltachor
or exercise minIsterIal functions
o

xml | txt