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f i I 11 n jf SILVER SILV OM Oet r 1M MO FouoM lEAD e New aa Yo T THE > HE SAL SALT r L LAKE 1i fl i AKE H HERALD E R A L DI I Forecast WEATHER for r TODAY 70DAYn TODAYForecast S lt Lakei Lake LakePartly La e f < 1
1 Asserts She Was Sent r Gover Governor GoveJnor
Centric a roc Person e as en by ¬
nor Wells in in a Semiofficial SemiofficialRrTk Capacity CapacityEwtawrs Capacitys
s Reyle Ewtawrs EAd Y rs to Stop Her Prattle Before It Becomes BecomesLudicrous Be BecomesLedicrcusFiesta om s sL
Ludicrous L dtGrousFlesta Fiesta and Flowers FlowersSpecial FlowersHt
+ Ht + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t t8DtCiaJ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + f +
Special to Ths Herald HeraldLot HIdLoll +
y Lot Angeles An Ange S Mar 2Mra III Kirby Ear of Utah Vta startled tIecI the th s Feiemtton of efom ofI 4 4Women +
ah she had been Dent t by Governor Wets W6a + f
I Women wo om n < etu clubs < t01 today bJ MMrttaB aa + tertIng
t 1 + Ydriffste a df delegate at During Durtln Mrs Kirby s talk Mre xlriRolle Hotfe made rabe an effort to topt toa +
+ a U pt the JLMin pldtdln oftICft AfllAM > to Mil MM II Kirby to order tat t this wax not DOtdOOf note + f fJon
e Jon low in time to prevent the women Own laughing Mrs KIrby Into Intot mw1Int +
i t i 1Int idmrei lurh ub h of the speech 1IpMC made by Mrs ra MKhy Wt wmrItotansd s ittrbinet t is e 0IItij 0IItijI oat t elf > 4 4r + i ifuriosity
I furiosity r r bat when w an ebe began n to repeat Jttte versee the delegates 1881 burst 1MInItI +
I 4 into an uproar tl tli that made de It Impossible poatI Ie tor MIa LaM ae make ber Itward hersItkard +
ward i ard Sit She reluctantly retired retiredAfter mt mtAftfr retiredo +
o + After Aftfr lira II Kurbys Kar sensational debut Mra F D > BIckford secretary MCleta17of + f fI
e I of the Hah Federation Jed P 4tITatIOnrove rose and acid acidllad aaidMadame hiladame +
e ° llad Madame tme P PreaMent T rise rl e to a question ft of personal privilege prt The Theoman +
I 4 woman e rho ho spoke P0k e ei for Utah a abort while wltl ao did ao o without any a au aurhflrlty + f fthortty
i thortty She b to not a member mflI1 of n our organisation and hi net known to toe + f
e and 31 mrmber mrm for of tbte tblI delegation delegationt +
t this declaration d ratkm created tfd a profound aenaation on the floor of the thet thennllon +
t onv nnllon ntJon Exclamations of surprise and disapproval came from alle all allurts U Ut +
t urts tart rls of the he honee and moat r et C ttte woven preaant looked for a clash clash17me e ethfl t ti +
i 17me cf the warring II rriRlf factions fct h c ti o o s st it was esjprcted that Mrs Kirby 1 or some friend friendhlrtll + 4hPrs
t 1 < hPrs would uld make some rejoinder to toJIi Mm Btchtordw dewac dewactetwn staoa Uoft but INtW + f
J i Nj W n Kirt Kirtl y bad ad sought bt the th nectaslon of an ante room and she had hadh no noA +
A + hsmrion h mrlfn n Ion 1n In all 11 the vast assemblage UM UMArll aaeemb age +
4 Mm Krre IwniFon acting presides pr immediately relieved reUeY the t e e tension of olluluallon + 4Huhsqtiently
4 tie luluallon e + by proceeding < with tile nil adS odie + I
+ Huhsqtiently lIuh ltlntl th tM Utah delegation made an Investigation la Iuvt > tgpatlou tloa and discov i
4 ri r that Mr > irs Kirby got the th entree to the convention tiQft by It going < t te Mr Ira IraIrolinf Mrse +
4 ivline Severance and representing to her that ah abs was the special specialapreaentative + i i1prntatiYe
4 rwr 1prntatiYe enutive of Utah appointed by Governor Write W4 ThtNt Th ale e Induced hId htdacede + f I IatI
4 in Severance 14 1UKe to send d her name to the eb chairman with the tb request thai thatf + f I
4 > b be riven n a hearing lanrtn < hi behalf of the Womens club of Utah She SheIhl +
4 I p the hearing heart easily enough but the Utah delegates deMp unanimously say IQU sayt +
4 it U obtained by deception deceptionnj cleceptlonLIlS +
H + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
nj ANOKLE8 Cal May 2 Th The political festore tte of the dub womens s conrentlon con content CIOnnllon ¬
LIlS tent rentlon nllon Inn Is I the withdrawal tonight of Mn n Robert J Burdette of California Californiafrom o ofrom
from the presidential rac Thla aaanrea r the election ekst > su of Mrs Jon of ofi 0X ofNpi
X Npi i Tork to that office with IAn Mr Burdettea rhanrti for the first Aratrice vice YkeeM prest preddenrr prestdfm
dfm eM excellent excellentMlAwlng nMl1 etrellentMowing nt ntPw1tIwln
Mowing the morning mora session Ion when an attempt made by ey a Massachusetts Massachusettsifitfttt klasacbtteetUd hu etta ettadjfplr
ifitfttt d its to precipitate I the color Que question tlon fell flat the U dub women took a receaa receasti
ti I Ttrw Tit the flower parade Mrs Lowe rode In a victoria decorated 4econ by tbi tbiFriday th UIfridar < J JFrriar
Friday Morning Mornto crab with 3000 pink rose accompanied by MJw 41 Lily Frerroidt Fre Frerrrnt Pretr
rrrnt tr It daughter of the Pathfinder hftnder and nd attended by eight outriders in white whitefmMl whiteI whitefames
fmMl I 1IML TIle ladle were gowned wned > In gray and carried panumtB of 0 the Mme aameTV Mmehatle sameshad
shad hatleTIIf TV aftirnnon aft OII asaslon was devoted to twemhavto tw reports of state atteNesl atteNeslwb jwesl preslwho jwesldraM
draM who wb told of the yrnotlcal p tI1 t work of their thelru federation wifely S cb announce announcer annsoscerwenu
r rwenu nti tI M taus > If e estabTtahment of MM free traveling trave Mbraries In Ohio and the ther therI therth
< > r rI rth fllnff of twenty nt rest rooms for lanDers wives in Texas precipitated preetpltatedJIIub so seatauh somu
mu JIIub h ppla e that the presiding officer asked that It be suppressed in order ordert orderpre
t < > pre IIV tlm tlmXS8 tlmDI dmin <
A fratur not down on the programme PtOf mlae WU wa the anysar ne of Mrs Char Charkxte Char1oI1t Chardte
kxte dte IT I ice Kiiiy Kr K Ly to report for Utah The TJIe presideikt l ZNhteitt1 qir Utah was not present presentind
tad knc Mr Kir Kirby by announced that she M was to repreMaC re bar Mrs IIL BfesWth stk K KIt JrYifo KPaw
It Paw ie of Salt It i Lake ke City Ity honorary vice v president klentt klenttIin jat jathair West Westhair
Iin t cJ r f ta 1 1hair
hair In ordr oro not to attract the attention of th u aijilihitalil tlllk sagged that thattht thatthe t tIii
the Iii I pe ker he stopped for she ht was tMItI mltthlg ihat Mt > s erfl iolt tf b trot ajt instead of ofmnkinf oflI ofrpaking
mnkinf lI ki s rprt and the whole house was in a titter tit MfesXttfer XH I tgr was allowed nlhjfwedt alaoediM
r t proved iM however and when a hen the two minutes In were up 11 and she he had been beenrailed beenrallld beenrailed
railed down twice she began n to repeat Let Let us than be HP p and Dd dofn cI dag when whentit whenthe
tit the mitten andknre began n to roar and ended the farce farceA
A ft nail h delegate arose and nd said Mrs Kirby WIN not even a member oJ oJthe ottlw 01the
the > nab delegation df tlf n and that It denounced cH her M Jqoa Kirby JC who had in the themeantime them themesntime
meantime m ntlmf nuntered off to the press tent to glue ft out fMltMr her speech aid she badteen Bad hadbeen Badn
been n Nnt by the governor of Utah UtahMembera UtahI UtahIlestbers
Membera I berll of the Utah delegation fle on think they ha MW had more than their theirnhare UMtIPhlnt the1there
there of trouWen Irnubl inasmuch as the rumor is t abroad a UiU MIt Mrs Roberta wife of ofth ofthe
th the Mormon leader lead has come to push PM her claims as a delegate iegate As a balm for forInjured forIIJuMd forInured
Injured feelings rII Utah wants to claim the onlce of o recording record secretary secretaryTOOL eretaryXOT secretaryUK
Durinr the I afternoon there tb e were meetings of state f federations one and the usual uMialmounl uoalamount j
amount of caucusing 1iucullln to fill places or the I important nominating committee committeeimnou eommltteeJllln11I committeeIIltnole
imnou hu named Mrs ra Thaddeua Stan 8tanwoo4 wood to serve In this till capacity and DC New NewTork fewlurk
1 lurk ark ha hu selected IlIfI tfd Mra Mr St John Gaffney Haw sw lark has m state ata caucus also aJodel aIIro1IId alsoraided
raided del ded to support Mrs Yr Deniaon for prasi pi aJdmt t and Mrs Burdette for first antI tintnresdent
I r reident T1ftIdntThitl nresdentThis reidentThta
This evening f nlnl the session was monopolised by nap ea man Mr George Gunton Guntonor Gun ton tonII
or N New > York who delivered an n address e on Aasocjatkm Progress Tomorrow Tomorrowthr
thr double bill will willAI begn begnAt
At the meetings m tl of state delegations this t afterftoott an effort was as made to topromote toprnmotf topromote
promote a new amendment In substitution for thai recently accepted at the theYork theYork
Nev York color ronference ronf n by MaaMchuaetta and Georgia Ch 8i representatives representativesbut
b but + tt afterward rejected by Mssssrhisitts 11 Ma ee eta The DeW amendment originated ortctnated1tllh I Iith
with ith Nebraska and already ba has the support pport of Massachusetts Mhwonri Mon Hontana Montana I Itan
tan tana Idaho and Iowa low It provides that If the K few ew w York compromise CaUsot falls fallsarreptanre
ot arreptanre by the couventtou that aH 0 future rta applications tons on the part of ofMivktaai o olIdivklual
Individual i tubs for membership In the general Mnl Leiera federaUon 1Ion shall 11 be made to tothe totll tothe
the mate Ita If federation f ratlon and that mmHflcadena fteatlolM for membership lMnhlp shall be onlyeu only O IyIh
eu Ih > h a u are a provided for admission dm to the state Ka federation except they shall
ho how no political or sectarian aect nIai test testrOTemor teste
4 rOTemor ° Wetto Wet did not oommhanon Mis Idr Kirby as a representative from
Iuh I tatt at the biennial biennialn biennialMrs i iMra
Mrs n Kirby Klrb called on me some time ago said old the governor last evening eventugdnd eveningand i in
and > n < i asked me to empower poer her to go to the easiest as a delegate from t tte this thlIlat thisstate
state Ilat te i informed her that I had no 0 authority olltF to do so that the state te had hadprewntattvm ba4PNMIlathtII hadTMpreeerttatkes
prewntattvm and could make no appomtnewta lt 9be then said that she i 1tended ifndfd IJit IJitIndd
tended to get the Daughters of the Pioneers to tend her That Thtw is all I know kJaowatxJUI knowabout
bout 11 11It ttIt t tU
It i ill known kit wn that Mrs I Kirby was w not delegated ld by the organisation JIbe shementioned ahementioned JIbemntlonfd
mentioned in her conversation with the governor VerDOl VerDOli
The federation need have uV no fear concerning < Mrs Roberts seeking to be beatrt
N atrt iI trl she bl has not left ft the city and has no intention of going to Los Angeles Angelesa I
i a ording to her statement made hut evening I
New e Yort orkCentni central Train Collides CollidesWith ColtldesWith ColildesWith
With i Freight KBItnf KBItnfClerks Klltfnrf KNilln N NClarks
ClerkslV Clerks ClerksJ
1 trJlI flt b y lV I r T My fa tA A Nw York Cnt Cntln
111 ty I mall train ln wflltbnuDd wem wind conned connedW eoD
I at I rNlfht In lb the I
I dir ttr tlon going na opte
a I11rtr of a 11II mile west of t the
kllllnc h herr at oe ocioek k tltl t evfng ns
mAil lilt fnn enaltteer an ft firemen of the
tram tr ln and Ify tnj Injuring thirteen
i mi tore rr lerki rb TIM > dead John Grant n
I IYrrllllP Will Wllllm X Mosaon
mtn R Rtrruse rI
T1 TGr
rlrk rl rk k InJ1Ir1 all of whom are mail n
R R f111 11 > J w W Shepard > Prd E R force
R t r ii I E John Ort otbeon O on alt of Cleveland ClevelandW aeta
Balrol Cleveland Clevelandhummer
hummer umm l John II a jip ltft stud nd O 1 W WPlrtat I
r or
Ar J P Put of
rte t S Y Grp eeege X Plrtat art arte a
e Rah R rrwney n of Buffalo O C q Wbt
Arthur rndertdD Jr Jrl lfor
1I aatk lk 0 r 01
l John Pitta Pitt of Cory Pa PaRUM
light of Air a ii
Airton to 3ltwektln 3ltwektlnDepositors
Depositors Depositorsrtpple ton tonrIJlIlI4
l rIJlIlI4 reek Colo 010 May IA A run runth
Ifrt etertrd 4t on th tM B BImetallic Bt metapaak bank of ofor
tI dors rirPIA or ort rr k today and Dd when ben the ther
n nrlerk rlork were prO clo ed for the day da at a
11tn r ° W ttui tall
for t their lr man y waiting
fart the hank umi mnnf key TeL withstanding the thency thecurrency e
currency oftIda piled S60Og0 OOO In int
ncy jnfmnt In frr t ofthe of the paying < teller tellerIJquor tllers telleryuor
s II
LIquor yuor Interests in Politics Politicsfrm
nrlfantahon Tou il4 Ky May 2 h polUral
formed which is IM nuw W beL1 be des
h by the h throughout the Unit United M Stat
alllfd soli M bra nch nehee or the liquor I itt
urr r
mIJI1 nettnt trill 11I be frm formall urmalty y taancheVmt launched at t a af
hltlt hsr 111 t hi Mid In pttta 1Itttht
on n Jur I
tht h It II fX expcctrd f < tf > < that
rID nng ftWplln h t Ih the to Idr ra st nlh gnthart
of K rf
tr tetea4 ta en jtl tt es f ilior q1 In Inthe I
l in 11 the th lnl Inlted States Statesc
Su S Surgical giGal Operation Fails to Bring BringRelief BringRelief BringRelief
Relief From a Chronic ChronicAliment ChronicAilment ChronicAilment
Ailment AlimentBaltimoce Ailmentu1llOno Ailment3hlitMMe
Baltimoce Md May fcCongrtssman fcCongrtssmanAmes t c CoogreimosnAmos
Ames A J Caasmtne c of New York died d Ie4 at ateehxfc atodDek
> 1 eehxfc tonltbt at the Church home homeand IaoMCa841 homeand
and aftrwary afi isary In this city of pneumonia pneumoniaincident paeu paeunt pneumoniaIncident
incident nt te an operation aged a Ron years yearsThe yearsThe
The congressmans wife and andCbarlea cousin cousinCharfae cousinCharles
Charles H Cnmmmga were at ala bed bedaide bedwhn beduide
aide when death came cameCongreeman c cGo cameCbagressman
Go Congreeman CummhMS came e to BaHI BaHIawre BattlIIIeN Hakimsre
awre on April Apr 11 to undergo treatment for
kidney trouble Four days later tat an opera operation operatics ¬
tics t was performed orated and Mr Cummings Cummingsseemed rummragsncuud u uHE1Md
seemed to be on a fair way wa to recovery A Aweek Awa
week wa tater lobarApril lobarAprilhowever however fr pleurisy pIurl y developed developedana dOPand devNopedand
ana and on April J5 5 It was announced that thatMr thatMr that thatMr
Mr Cummmga was wa suffering lIuff rlD < from pneu pneumonia p pnoumotate u ¬
monia m see lung lu Last Tuesday TuHda It Itwu ItwuanDO was erasannounced wasannounced
announced anDO that the malady l aa had extended extendedto xtendedto
to botb lungs P since 1n which time Mr r Cam Cammine CQJItbeen Camrfage
mine be bae been hovering ben between life and
deathREADY death deathREADY deathREADY
Government Attorneys Have the Pe Petitions Petitio Petitions ¬
titions titio Drawn Up TJpCUcngo UpClakftco UpChicago
Chicago May la 1 2The The bill for an a Injunc ¬
tion to restrain the meat meat t packers 1M fromwfufy from fromi troaaunlawfaaIIJ
i beef unlawfully wfufy conspiring to fix the price of
beef has at last been completed by b Dis District DItrict Dhttrict ¬
trict Attorney Bethea Betb and Lawyer Lawyer Will Willlam V ill illlam
lam A Day Mr Day left for t ashing ashlngoo
ton today to lay before r Attorney General Generalivnox GeneralKnox
oo J
Knox the document p and d the affidavits 1da rl rlwbl on onwhich onwhich
which wbl h it is basedMr based basedMr baRdMr
Mr Betbea al also o l left ft Chicago tonight tonightostensibly tonichlotbb tonightostrrrsibly
ostensibly to go to New York and thence thenceto
to Washington to attend tta tM conference conferencewith conferencewith
with Attorney norM General Knox KnoxThe KnoxTh KnoxThe
The Th petition as completed containsabout contains containsabout containabout
about 5 we < J 0 words wordsPrussian wordllru wordsPrussian
Prussian ru Prince Dead DeadBerlin DeadRrlin DeadRerun
Berlin May Ma 2Prln Prlnf Prim < e VIHinm R Georg Georgrnest
Ernll rnest rf t Pruteia died here tonight aged ardY
4 Y yeara iirl iirlr
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WAIT TILL HE VfflffS kfr f1fSUP lfS UP OFl
TO OPEN two TWORLSI RfSfRV ± i Y4LIQNSIOfficials JtlONS JtlONSOfficials
Officials at Washington Preparing For the Opening of ofUintah Ujntah and andFort andFort and6oif
Fort Hall Ha ISpecial Special Agent Will be be Sent to r Mafo Mafothe laka lakathe Re Rethe =
the Final Arrangements f t
< Sf StMaIal atel to The Hernia Hernia7ASHINQTON HeraldASHINGTON
17 ASHINGTON May 2 1 tRapresen tRapresentative Beeresen BeeresenI BepreeenVV
I yy tatlve Sutherland today bHJ intro introduced Introduced ¬
duced a resolution r dimeting the thesecretary thesecretary
secretary of the interior to transmit transmitto
to the house of repressiitatrvsv TePrIl the ve vewater ft ft4It ealt
alt ltietlae ltietlaewater WYII WYIIwater
water resources of the Ulntah reservaUon reserva reservation 1MeIYUon ¬
Uon O OTM ii iiThe
The purpose 08e of this reaohrtion is toba to tosave tohaw
save ba the t 6 matter tt aftdr As tranamis traneutiselNt tranamissien ttaMIIpu1llt
sien pabitehed Md as a doewnent to sup supply supply ¬
ply the demand for Intonn Information tlon on con concerning eoncernlng concerning ¬
cerning the reterratie rer re erratiog > aUotI atter its open openmg openlag
lag lagMajor
Major McLaughlin now on duty in inthe Inu Inthe
the west will be immediately ImlDedlat ly detailed detailedto
to visit the Dlntah reservation re to make makethe makethe makethe
the necessary nece arrangements rnut Bl8118 for its itsopening It Itopening Itsopening
opening which It Is understood will willbe willbe willbe
be about the first nt of August if the pro proDESERTER proDESERTER proDESERTER
Manila May qr i 1The The trial by court courtmartial courtDilLrtial courtmartial
martial of Arthur Howard alias Wet Waller WIIe WetIer ¬
ler Ie deserter from the United States Statesarmy Statesanny Statesarmy
army who was captured in August Augustlast Augustlast uguet uguetI8t
last by Lieutenant Haazard was con continued continued continued ¬
tinued today Howards trial on the thecharge th the thecharge
charge e e of desertion was delayed ow owing owIn owing ¬
ing In to his being need as a civilian civilianscout civilian8COUt civilianscout
scout under J Franklin Bell in the
latters campaign against the insur insurgents Insurgents insurgents ¬
gents in Batangas S province It Is be ¬
lieved that If Howard is convicted he hewill bewl11 hewill
will be pardoned because bec of the the serv ¬
ices Ie he rendered to the government goY nment
but h It will probably be rearrested by
the civil authorities on a charge of ofmurder ofmurder ofmurder
murder murderHoward murderHowreI murderHoward
Howard denied that he was ever an
American A soldier and claimed that he hewas hewae hewas
was born In Spain of Knglteh am and
Spanish S Ih parentage He asserted that thathe thathe thathe
he cast his bl lot with Agutaaldo at the thetime thetime thetime
time of the rupture wKh the Ameri Americans Amerland Amercans ¬
cans and that he brought in sixteen sixteenAmerican sixteenAIMrkan sixteenAmerican
American prisoners prl oDen under a nag ft of oftruce oCtruce oftruce
truce at Angeles Ansel Pampanga province provincein
in September 18M 18MAmong 1 11IIORg 1800Among
Among 1IIORg other charges brought broughtagainst broughtagalut broughtagainst
against him was that he commanded commandedthe mmaDdedthe
the Filipino force at San Mateo which whichkilted whichkilled whichkilled
killed General Henry B Lawton Dec DecIS Dec1L
11 IS 190ft This the prisoner denied deniedGERMANS deniedGERMANS
+ Berlin May 2 tTodays Todays meeting meetingf +
+ 4 f of the tariff t < committee of the theretchstag thereleb8ta therelebstag +
+ retchstag releb8ta < was largely devoted votecl to toa toa toa +
+ a discussion of the monopoly of orthe ofthe +
+ t the Standard 011 company in Ger Oermany GermAny Germany +
+ many and several motions for +
+ breaking this t le monopoly or en eneouragtng encouraging t t tcouragmg
+ couragmg the substitution of al alObo1 atoohed + f foohol
+ oohol for petroleum were ere proposed ed +
+ f Hejrl Zu HerrenShetm Hftlen hetm who te 18himself ishimself + f
+ himself a great Hessian manufac manufaecurer manufacturer manufacturer +
+ turer violently attacked at ked John D +
+ Rockefellerjind BOCkefeuert1dMd Rockefeller gad cr crttjetaed the pol +
+ icy of the Standard CHI company +
+ in Germany He deolared lend that foe fallowing +
4 F lowing this volley and as a a result resultof r8IJUltof resultof +
+ of squeezing squeal the consumers of ofpetroleum ofpetroleum +
+ f petroleum the company paid enor enormous enormots 4 4roous +
+ roous dividends dhidendLHerr dividendsHerr +
+ Herr Schlumberger an Alsatian Alsatianf AlsatiaJtcotton Alsatiancotton +
+ cotton manufacturer amid expres ex extou exprasalong + j
+ 4 along of disapproval from the the4 the4tariff 4 4tariff
4 + tariff committee praised ed Mr MrRockefeller 1 1Rotkefeller +
+ Rockefeller as a benevolent voIett genius ge geniuswho h hwbo 4
4 + who had organised a department departmeatof 4 4of +
+ of industry had reduced re4 the cost coBtof testof 4 +
4 + of production and who had pro protested +
4 + tested the consumers of petroleum petroleuafrom petroleumfrom +
+ from price fluctuations ftuctutlonsREFUSES fluctuationREFUSES + 4REFUSES
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Leading Officers of the Foresters Ob Object Object Ob Object ¬
ject to Advance AdvanceLos
Los Angeles An lee Cat May Guy 2 2The The triennial triennialcourt trleaDla1ourt t tcourt rlsru t2
court of the Independent Older 0nI of Peresters fX Per JIert > r rmers
esters t rs concluded their sessions late to towlll to t tnight o
night bt and ad adjourned rMCl One days dayswill day IIM8Ion atielonues
wlll be held b ld at San Francisco next n xt Tues T ues ¬
day The Intervening time will be spent spen spenin t
in I sightseeing in southern California At Atthe Atthe A Athe t
the closing < session an increase In 1IP of J2OW J2OWin 52
in salary < of n Dr Orwiyetakha was w d dcltned de declined dOdined ¬
dined by that officer of The other grand grandofficers I1lIndofnrerl gran granoffirers d dt
officers also al declined dflin d to o accept < cPpt increases increasesin inr inrIn t
in F salarios Ihlri lariex Boston ton has b hen en n selected retitledthe l tfd as asthe uthf
the next place ot meeting
vision vl lon for the opening rats ia through Uuu gh the t touse
house ouse M It k belle bettered it t JIB wtBSenator JIBSeAator KiltSenator
I Senator Dubois hai haito b made a rarjumt riu 1It
to the war warde departn departnthe de If pcvld hl 11 or ortbe orthe
the Improving and a t tinto 4Itthe e rced d
into the t t YellorstMN YelIoP s svia JIIII tfvia
via st Aatboa1 il ilt e eTMb
TMb ej ejnd
t FItaio
nd Ifip beads aB aBtnio
Into the park 1It from ail I deairabfe deIIra deIIraSeDater points peiytaSenator pointsSenator
Senator Dvhotercnlled D npen Secretary SeeTetcHttc
Hitchcock Httc COCk today WdayraRti iMi uree urJPeiIl the Immedi Immediate homedlte immediate ¬
ate issuances 1a8ua G of an order drderto to ope open the theFort theFort theFort
Fort Hall reservation reservationThe
The Th question of reserving re rvtRK mineral nihterailands minerallands 11Iineralland
lands within a fivemile radiue radl ofPo ofPocatello of ofPocatello Po Pocat
catello cat 11o was wa raised and whenSenator whenSenatorDubols wlt when n Senator srtatorDubol SenatorDubois
Dubois aMUred the secretary that the thelands theland thelands
lands in question On are not mineral miDera4 the theI thelatter thelatter
latter aMente to Ute immediate olWt onbig
I Illig big and andwlll will at once prepare a proela proelai p pItlon
i Itlon t matton for submission to the president presidentfor
for his approval and signature signatureASYLUM slgnatu signatureASYLUM
Washington May 2 2The The state stat de department department e epartmeat ¬
partment has been n notified that the theMexican theMexican theMexican
Mexican government finally refused refusedthe refusedtbe refusedthe
the application of the United States St8tesgovernment Staresgovernment I Igovernment
government for the surrender of ofCharles ofCharI ofCharles
Charles < Krats excouncilman < of StLout St StLouis SLLouie
Louis charged charg > d with bribery The To maphas map manhas mapby
has been held under arrest at Guada Guadalajara Guda1aJara Guadalajara ¬
lajara the Mexican government haY having haYInA haying ¬
ing consented con < to his detention 4i for foreight foreight r rdght
eight days pending consideration of ofthe orthe ofthe
the request An effort was made to tosecure toHCure tosecure
secure the prosecution of Kratz InMexico in inMexico inlItlexlco
Mexico but without avail and under underthe underthe underthe
the decision Just announced he hewtll will be bedischarged bedl bedischarged
discharged dl and go o unpunishedS unpunished unpunishedPLAN unpunmhedPLAN
S me mePLAN
I Denvers Cattle Buyers Have Quit QuitPurchasing QuitPuraha QuitPurchasing
Purchasing Puraha ing Stock StockDenver StockDeaver StockDenver
Denver May lay 2 2Not Not a single bead of ofcattle ofcattle
cattle was sold in the he Denver market marketyesterday marketeaterday marketyesterday
yesterday and the commission men al almost alIR08t a1most ¬
most without exception wired ta their thetrcustomers theircuatOifters theircustomers
customers in all parts of the west not notto ROtto notto
to ship a single head b ad of cattle cllttlet hogs 8r 8rabeep ensheep r rsheep
sheep to the markets In this city Ktin11M Knit Kansas Knitma ¬
sas City Omaha or Chicago ChicagoCommlaeioa Cbl CblCoaunl8llloa ChicagoCommission
Commission men in other cities are un understood qn qndftIItAHHI Understood ¬
derstood to have taken similar action actionMany actionMany ed edant
Many ant thousands of head are on the ew theto way waypass
w market ADd three or four days eta wIll wtltJNI8II wIllpave
pass before the effect of the order or er is felt feltbut t tbut feltbut
but at the th beginning nnlnc of next week weekUttl weekUttlor ttttle ttttleor
or ao stock w1U be offered of offeredst red at the packbig pack packIng cke
Inc centers centersCommission eentenCoamalMllon centersCommission
Commission men and stock owners say
they have taken this radical action aet because be because be be11M ¬
cause 11M of the raid made by the cattle cattletrust
trust on prices of stock stockENGINEERS atQckENGINEERS stocka stockENGINEERS
Foils Bobbers by Telling a a Plausible PlausibleTale PiauslbleTale PlausibleTale
Tale TaleEureka TaleEu TaleEureka
Eureka Eu ka Springs Ark May t 2An An at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to hold up the th St Lout Frteco P ex cecpref exprtM exprew
prtM pref train tral was made near Seltgmait Seliguienthe the thefirst
first station north of here ber Two tea men
boarded rded the then thetrain train theover theoverre there re and under cover coverof eorof covero
of o darknew dark elll n crept over he the th thIOftI tender and
IOftI leveling their revolvers revolvers at the tJwoaM engineer engineerand or orHe
and ordered him to reverse m his b hisean ean eanor cmghte en enHe
He told them that to tolIt stop < J his t tfore train be before be ¬
meant ar
fore reaching leftcbh the next siding caexnt cer c ¬
lain destruction d ructlon as he was closely eI fol ¬
lowed by an extra when W tfD the train trainslowed tra trainslowed
slowed up at Washburn the robbers be became be beeaJDe betame ¬ t
came frightened and fled into the tim ¬
ber Two suspects have beenarrested bee be arreetecIat arrested at
SeHgman SeligmanBIDS SeHgmanBIDS
1 + Speelal to The HeraldWashington Herald H1I1WWUbbllrton + 4Washington i
+ Washington May tBide r Bids forr forrf for fortb forthe +
+ f the erection of the Salt Lake pub poblie publie + f flie
+ lie building balldt will be opened Monday Mon Ion Ionda7 + f
+ day morning next in the once of eCSuperv etSupervising +
4 Supervising Superv Architect Taylor 1 ts tNominations 1I f fNominations
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + +
s I 1 1Nominations
Nominations Sent to the Senate SenateWashington Sen SenateWashington t tWuidngon
Washington May 2 tTbe The president presidenttoday preei4enttoday
today sent nt the following nominations na to tothe totbe toUrn
the senate Joseph R R Reed Iowa Iowachief Iowaelltet
chief Justice and Henry Si Stow ass Kan Kansas Ransu ¬
sac William M Murray Tennessee TennesseeWilbur T TennesseeWilbur n eS ee eeWilbur
Wilbur F Stone Colorado and Frank FrankI
I I Osborne North Carolina associate associateJustices aseo tflte tfltejustlce
Justices of the court of private claims claimsWavy c18hnNavvA claimsNavyAssistant <
NavvA NavyAssistant Wavy Assistant i tAnt surgeons to be passed passedassistant pasSdAf
assistant Af iSta1rt surgeons A G Gngiwelt G WI1 t C CI CD i
D I > Langhorne F L Benton W V H I3Bell HBeil BBeU
f fZ
Denver Gas Electric Com Company Company CornpanY ¬
pany Is Placed In Receiv Receivers Receivers Receivers ¬
ers Hands HandsDenver HandsDenvr HandsDenver
Denver Colo May Ma 2 2Judge Judge Morton MortonS
S Bailey of the Eleventh Judicial die dlskt ¬
trict t kt kt sitting at Caaon City has ap appointed appointed ¬
pointed poInt Henry L Doherty receiver of oftj ortIao
tIao tj qt Denver Gas Bteetrfe company eempaayl MlnIMLDYapplication companyapplication
l application of Dennis Sullivan who whot
gilt t suit au It against a i nat the tb e company company en anoI7 a a5ory aory
5ory note no for 11 1809 to which whicha
a company ceRlll8 1 confessed eo edjudgmeDt Judgment The Thea TbeJIIIIMhers
JIIIIMhers a bonds j ends was teed at 100 31100tr 100 0 0tr M Mrer
tr Doherty has been president pre klent of ol1Ihctrllt oft1t
t1t toHtar ltaaa < a LtlIectrle Ktoctrto company companydent tGIItp companydent ny
fi 1IOJ s pQ5t
dent from the t e pveeeJfeg g 13e SeGUl rtttd rtttdthat rnidt rnidtthat
that date dateExtensive dateExtensive dateExtensive
Extensive additions have beeamada beeamadato been made madai
to plants and service of the company
during his Incumbency and the de default de default dofault ¬
fault in payment of obligation it te teraid 16nJd Israid
raid is due to the fact that th t bonds of ofthe efthe ofthe
the company bearing 5 per cent Internet Inter Intertist Intert
net t have commanded only 72 7 ° per cent centof centet centof
of face fa e value in the market and the theofficers theofficers i
officers of the company have not felt feltJustified feltjustified
Justified in n floating them at a that price pricet
t te meet the current construction ex expenditures expenditures ¬ I
penditures which have averaged about about2SOM
25 2SOM j per er month monthThe monthThe monthThe
The authorized capital stock of thecorporation the thecorporation thecorporation
corporation is t35W009 3sec 350C001 oo of which 2 26Wwe 2oeoeo9 1
6Wwe is outstanding outatandln I55MWO first firstconsolidated ftntoon80lJdted
consolidated mortgage gold bonds are areauthorized areauthorized i iauthorized
authorized bearing 5 p pt pry > v cent Interestpayable interest interestpayable t tpayable
payable in May and > ovember wem r to run rununtil rununtil rununtil
until May 1 IM INt of wnkh i400WO are areoutstanding reJutstandlng areoutstanding
outstanding One million five hundred hundredthousand hundredthousand hundredthousand
thousand dollars gold bonds of the theDenver theDenver theDenver
Denver Consolidated Gas company companysubject comPKnysubject companysubject
subject to redemption at 105 and bear bearing bMrIng bearing ¬
ing 6 per cent interest are outstanding outstandingand
and aso also so 990808 of bonds bo of the Den Denver Denver ¬
ver Consolidated Electric company companysubject companysubject I
subject to call bearing bearl 6 per cent in interest interest ¬
terest The interest due yesterday erna on onthe onUle onthe
the 12900000 246CO 1OO8rst 0 first consolidated Con mort mortgauge mortnI1e mottgage
gauge bonds was defaulted Receiver RewlverDoherty ReceiverDoherty I
Doherty said Id today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The company whll hl1 virtually vtrtUJl con controlled controlled ¬
trolled by b Rmerson McMUlin nUn of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York is owned by individuate living in inDenver InDenver InDenver
Denver Columbus 0 Grand Rapids RapidsMich Rapidslleh Rapids11th
Mich and New York City CityThe CityThE CityThe
The suit developed that the com companys comMnyll comtwnys ¬
panys availabl cash assets u are 51 51and 254 254Mc 25100e
Mc and its liabilities aside from the thebordrd thebordfd thebonded
bonded indebtedness are approximate approximately ¬
ly 600060 1600000WANTS 600060WANTS 00
Ambassador r Meyer Granted a Leave Leaveof Leaveof
of Absence AbsenceWashington AbsenceWuhtbgtoa AbsanoeWashington
Washington May t tAt At his own roeUest roeUestAmbassador r04ltlRb rotruestAmbassador
Ambassador lRb ltador Meyer has been granted a aleave a1ea aleave
leave 1ea ve of absence of sixty days from his hispest ht hispest
pest t at Rome Mr Meyer is coming
home according to the understanding ubdentandlngto
her here to contest eeJ e for the Republican Republicannomination R Re M1bllranJJ ubliean ublieannomittatlon
nomination JJ for the vacancy in the Masseebueetta Masse Massachusetts Ma1saebuttett8 ¬
chusetts congressional delegation causedby caused causedby caviledby
by Mr Moody Mood > appointment as secretary secretaryof RC tary tarythe
of the navy sawIt navyIt vy vyIt
It te understood u rstood that Mr Gardiner son sonInlaw sonInlaw sonlitlaw
Inlaw of of Senator Lodge also is a can canMdat canMdaie candidate
Mdat Mdaie for or the nomination nominationIf
If Mr Meyer succeeds In his canvas of ofcourse ofcourae ofcourse
course be wilt not return M Rome and andthe anIUwo andthe
the president eat will be free to carry tT out outcertain outcertain outcevtaln
certain plans he has n s projected pro ted as to dip diplomatic dip10Iaatic diplomatic ¬
lomatic change in Europe one of the thefirst thetint thefirst
first of which rontl contemplates > mpbte the promo ptomodoia promotion promotIon ¬
tion of Mr White at present pr nt first secre secretary secretary setxetary ¬
tary at London to the th embassy muy at Rome RomeSAYS RoaneIIiiII RomeSAYS
Coroners Jurys Verdict VerdietWfdow Widow Ar Arrested Arrested Arrested ¬
rested For Crime CrimeDenver CrimeaY CrimeDenver
Denver aY Colo May 2 The Tb coronersJury coroners coronersiurr COIODftsJ
Jury J In the t case of Albert Gabrjn mewher mew ateeav
her v r of the th Colorado legtatatare who whoon died diedOB diedon
on Jan S last finished fin Md Its work late this thisafternoon tbltlft thinafternoon
afternoon ft < ooon returning a verdict to the t ef eflect effect r rteet
lect that Oahrln came m yto to o his death by byarwnica b bilnenlcal
arwnica poisoning at the hand of a aperson AIMD aperson
person IMD or persons unknown unknownImniedhuely u ullR1BedJ unknewImaaedlsidy
Imniedhuely llR1BedJ afterwards a warrant was wasiasuei waslMu waslesuod
iasuei lMu by J Justice ef the Peace Hyaea H Ht en encomplaMt emcomplaint
complaint t of o Chief Cb t of Police PoIt Armstrong Arastronatagainst Armstrongagainst AnetroDAaplaBt
against Mrs Nellie N 11If Oabrln widow of ofdead ofthe
the dead saan ay D charging cballfi C her with murder murderMrs munkrMrs rde rdeMrs
Mrs Gahrln was arrested at her h r home homeby hOllleb7 borneby
by Detectives Dett < tf 11 Carberry Carbfrr and Sanders She Shewas bewas Shewas
was taken tak n to the th police station and andplaced andVlaced andplacad
placed in charge of the th police matron matronThe matronTile matronThe
The prisoner pri Olltr takes her arrest coollyTamarack coolly coollyTamarack coon coons
s e eTamarack
Tamarack Copper Company CompanyBoston CompanyBoston CompanyBoston
Boston May a 1 2The The Th annual report o othe othe othe
the Tamarack Copper > r Mining KIDln company at aithe atthe atthe
the stockholders meeting JDefUn was accepted acceptedwithout 3CCplewlthut acceptedwithout
without discussion Th The following dl directors dlrtors dlrertors ¬
rectors rtors were elected Ie < t A S So Bigelow BiglowJ W WJ V VJ
J Ladd add J S Blgetow David avld M Ant Anthony AnthonyEdward AntonyEcWtlrd touy touyEdward
Edward G Grew Gr w J Henry Brooks and andE andB andIl
E Par el Mr Anthony succeeds II Leonard Leon Leonard Leonard ¬
ard Lewlaohn deceased deceasedSeamstress dceasedme keue keueIII
me meSeamstress III IIISeamstress
Seamstress For or Shoshone ShoshoneSpecial Shoshonec Shoshonetnpecial
Special c pI ial to TTv Th Herald HeraldtWashington I Iallhln
Washington allhln t > n May 2 2Mrs Mrs I Mary MaryF MaryFGTa K KGraves EGraves
Graves GTa 1I has be been n app appointed intfvl a seamstress seamstressat am5treSlat
at Shoshone Indian anent s w h > Wyoming WomiDstJ
1 t
Secretary Secret ry of War Unable to Estimate Amount o oWar of ofWar i
War Expenditures in i in the he Philippines PhilippinesLetter
Letter Will be Sent to Senator Culbsfton Culbar on Explaining Inability to toComply t tComply toComply
Comply Fully With Senate Resolution
r ASHINGTON May 2 28ecretary 2SecretaryRoot Secretary Secretaryyy I
WASHINGTON yy Root IB writing to Senator Cut CulbersoB CUIbenJoR Cutbersoa
bersoB an explanation of the rea reason rlflson reason
son why the war department thus far farhas farhas farleas
has made no response e to the senate resolutlon res resolution reIIoIution ¬
olution adopted April prJl 17 calling for forexact torexact forexact
exact and detailed statements of the thecost thecoot
cost of the war in the Philippines PhilippinesThis PhlUppllHl8Th PhilippinesThis I
This Th Is is In answer to criticisms erItleJ ms made by bycartain bycertain
certain senators to the effect that the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department was purposely suppressing lng I
information Inl rmatIon en this subject subjectThe aubjectThe subjectThe
The secretary will try to show thatfrost that thatfrom
from the moment it was received every everyone everyoae everyone I I
one of the supply bureaus of the war wardepartment wareot warbepertment
department eot has been engaged in cot collecting 001lectI cotlooting ¬ I
looting lectI g material for the answer The Thesecretary Thecntary Thesecretary i
secretary bad explained to Senator SenatorCttlberson SuatorOdHnon SenatorCtdberson i
Cttlberson as he thought the great dif
blUes connected with the collecting collectingof
of the information he desired de and as asIts allJts asits
Its compilation would require the ser service service j
vice of a large part of the clerks in inthe int1le Inthe
the department for a considerable time timethe timeth
th the secretary did not feet jU8t1f Justifi3 in indiverting incUrUng Indiverting
diverting them from their neceeeary neceeearyregular neceeezYraguJar necessaryregular
regular employment upon the request requestof
of a slrigle senator senatorAs senatorAs senatorAs
As soon however as the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senate by resolution called for forthe forthe forthe
the information the entire machinery machineryof
of the department was put in motion motionto
to meet the demand The difficulties difficultiesin
in the way of making a satisfactory satisfactoryresponse satl8faotorrresponse satisfactoryresponse
response were enormous and in many manyinstances manyInstances manyinstances
instances it was found actually impos impossible imposalble impossible ¬
sible to answer specific questions by byapproximate byapproximate byapproximate
approximate statements statementsThis statementsThl statementsThis
This Thl Is true it is claimed notwith notwithstanding notwlthstandlng notwithstanding ¬
standing the fact that every ery one of thedepot the thedepot thedepot
depot and supply officers here and inthe in inthe inthe
the Philippines has been called e > upon uponwhenever uponwhenever
whenever acquainted with any of the thefacts thefacts thefacts I
facts desired desiredParticular desiredParticular desiredParticular
Particular difficulties attend the thesifting theafttmg
sifting out of the accounts of transpor
Officers of the Sugar Sug I r Octopus Deny They Are Interested Interes ed in m th thPassageof t tI tP the thePassage =
Passageof P Passage ssage Reciprocity of Law LawExplains Explains What Whatfh the Con Conw Cont Co n
t t 1i w c ff IJI ztr J
t I t
TT7ASHINB5CQIC tIT ASHmsro May 2 2Arthur 2ArthurV Arthur Arthuryl ArthurDonner
yl V Donner treasurer of the Amen American Amerlean Amencan ¬
can Sugar Refining company to today today today ¬
day testified before the senate commit committee committee ¬
tee on Cuban relations concerning concerningAmerican concerningAmerJcan concerningAmerican
American holdings of Cuban sugar He Hesaid HeJd Heaid
said s that Mr Havemeyers statement statementyesterday statementyesterday statementyesterday
yesterday to the effect that his com company company cornpony ¬
pany bad purchased 9806f 91 tons of sugar sugarsince b1tgrsince sugarsince
since the first of January last ant wascorrect was wascorrect wucorrect
correct No more Cuban sugar could coullhave couldhave couldave
have h ave been bought as none could have havrebeen havebeen hatbeen
been purchased without his knowledge knowledgeas
as treasurer of the company He prom promised promI8ed promised ¬
ised Senator Platt to send to the com committee committee committee ¬
mittee a memoranda showing the pur purchases purcba purchases ¬
chases cba es made and giving dates All the thesugar thesugar thesugar
sugar which bad been purchased had hadhe kadhe hadhe
he said been paid for forSenator forSenator forSenator
Senator Platt called attention to the thediscrepancy thedl thediscrepancy
discrepancy dl erepancy between Mr Havemeyers Havemeyersstatement Havemeyerstatement Hanemeyergstatement
statement as to purchases amounting amountingto
to 9XOM tons and the returns made by bythe bythe bythe
the war department placing the theAmerican theAmencan theAmerican
American companys options at 38560 38560tons 3tifItOto08 336000tone
tons up to March If rch but Mr Donner was wasnot wunot wasnot
not able to explain It ft Responding to toquestions toquestions touestions
questions q by Senator Teller Mr Don Donner Donner Donner ¬
ner confirmed Mr Havemeyers state statement statement statement ¬
ment that the trusts purchases purch es of Cu Cuban Cuban Cuban ¬
ban sugar 4500 Ii tone still remain inCuba in inCuba inCuba
Cuba He also said that his company companydealt companydealt companydealt
dealt entirely with brokers principally principallywith prlnelpeUywith principallywith
with Sealdo Co Frank Co and andCzarnokow andCzarnokow andCzarnokow
Czarnokow Co of ofHavaD Havana and New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and nd did not know the names of ofthe otthe ofthe
the producers producersThe producersThe
The American company has made no noadvances noadvances noadvances
advances to the Cuban planters and andFATHER andFATHER andFATHER
New York May 2 2H H A A Barrows Barrowsdisburing Barrowsdlsbullng Barrowsdisburing
disburing clerk of the United States Statescensus Stat Stateen Statescensus
census office has been summarily re removed removed removed ¬
moved as the t result of a discovery dJ conry of ofa ofa ofa
a shortage in n the accounts of his of office ofke oflice ¬
lice which are being beln investigated Inve by bytwo bytwo bytwo
two experts from the treasury department depart department department ¬
ment Mr Barrowswas Barrows was subjected to torigid tortsId torigid
rigid examinations examlnatioDiltoday today by Director DirectorMerriam DirectorMerrtm DirectorMerriam
Merriam and Chief Clerk McCauley McCauleyand McCauleyand
and he gave the amount of his discrepancy dis discrepancy dIsCfep11CY ¬
crepancy as 57410 7406 and credited thetrouble the thetrouble thetrouble
trouble to speculation The government govern government goernment ¬
ment is amply secured from toes by bybonds bTbonds bybonds
bonds aggregating aggregaUPtalmo almost t a 210111 MM Mr MrBarrows MrBarrows MrBarrows
Barrows was formerly an employe of ofthe ottlM ofthe
the treasury department He lives hive at atBerwyn atBerwyn atBetwin
Berwyn Md and has a wife and andseven adleven andseven
seven children childrenMOBGA2T ebUdrenMORGANPROMOTBD
+ + + + + + +
+ 4
+ +
+ Washington May > y 2 2Amoa 2Among Among the thef thenomlDkto + tnominations
+ f nominations s sent se t to the senate to tof today +
f 4 day was that of f gunner Charles Chal1elorgan t tMorgan t
+ Morgan who is to be chief pIIlIIougaa gun gunner +
4 aer Mongan Mot it Is the roan whose whoseapplication whoMIIPpltatIoB + +
+ application for a commission eommiaeioncanted commissioncaafed lon lonAlr +
+ canted AdwIraV Alr o Sampses ea t t6 pro procla1m proclaim + f
4 + claim his famous fa d0U8 assertion that thatsocial t t8OCI4I + taoclI
+ social accomplishments were werequo sine sinequo +
4 quo non for corifafisstoned we 1IIeII 1IIeIIhshe +
4 4 in hshe the navy navySENTENCE navyttttttt +
+ + ttttttt + + + + + + + + t tSENTENCE + + + + + + + +
Government Wants it Made X HeavierCriticised Heavier EeavierCriticised avierOriticisod
Criticised an Official OfficialManna Ofiioia1111I OfficiaLManila
Manna 111I May 1 2The The government Is di disaUsftod dlMU die diesatisfied
satisfied MU with the sentence Imposed l po upon uponthe upontile uponthe
the editor of the Volcano and baa appealed an ap appealed j jpeaSed
pealed to the then supreme a cnurt in an en1 en1d eadwr
d dwr AVer to t obtain n a heavier bfB tr sentence The Theelitor TheeoJitor Theeditor
editor of the Volcano was sentenced seateacedApril sentencedApril t M4I M4IAprfl <
April 2 last to one days cia Imprisonment Imprisonmtratand
and to pay a fine fI of Sin K 100 for demanding demandingthe
the I h4 > removal of the I h judge who had fined finedSenor filWdnor finedSenor
Senor nor Valdes editor of another news newspaper D4Wfl8p4r newspaper ¬
paper tOiJ 400 f for libeling ltb iing two Filipino morn membeCa mmbeta mornbeta
beta of the Loited tedSta States commission
tattoo service so as to show the actual
cost of the Philippine soldiers alone 4
Railroad accounts are often in the
lump and contracts having ha v1ng been made madewith madewith
with one company it is not possible to
follow the payments clear through to t +
the subcontracting companies In
SoMe cases too their supplies fur furnished furnished ¬
nished in Cuba the United t noted States or O
Alaska were carried to China by mov ¬
ing regiments and the reverse also was
true In the matter of payment of
troops an important factor in the tb cal calculation cale ¬ l
culation e of actual cost of the Philip ¬
pine soldiery an indefinite element is
injected by the practice of making bimonthly bi bimonthly bimonthly ¬
monthly payments so that moneys moneysoften moneysoften
often were disbursed in the Philippines
to troops troo for services rvlces rendered r + > d in the
United States Cuba or Alaska before
their departure departureThe clepartureTbe
The converse of the
proposition propo itlon was wasalso wasalso
also true The department knows kno
exactly ex exactly x xaetlJ ¬
actly where every sent of expenditure expenditurewent ex expenditurewent ndltult ndltultwent
went went and those figures are to be had
through the auditor for the war de department dePAltment department ¬
partment but the difficulty in the > case
Is to show how the ewpplie6 supplies and expen x n ¬
ditures were distributed Another Anotherpoint An3thtrpoint Anotherpoint
point that further complicates the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole Interrogation Is the requirement requirementof
of law that the army shall be main ¬
tamed at a minimum strength of 59MO 59MOmen 59 59men 59000men
men menThere menThere
There is no such force in the tb United
States now but if the surplus were not
in the Philippines then the war de department d dpartment ¬ y
partment would have to quarter and andsupply andsupply andsupply
supply the men here ao that the item itemof Itemof itemof
of expense on that item would remain remainconstantly remaineonetantly remainconstantly
constantly regardless 8 of the Philippine t tinsurrection
insurrection at least up to the total totalof totalof totalof
of WWO it and the question ariseswhether arises ariseswhether artseawhether
whether Secretary retary Root in his answer answershall aU answershall r rshall
shall consider as expenses ee attributable attributableto
to the Philippine trouble only the cost costof co coatof t tot
of maintaining the army strength strengthabove BtNIIstltabove strengthabove
above that figure
had not advanced any money to touban the theCuban theCuban
Cuban banks for the pl planters nters While hel heldid he hedki Icadid
did not know he said he presumed presumedthere preeu preeuthere preeuthere
there were other purchasers of Cuban Cubansugar CUbansugar Cubansugar
sugar beside his own company in the thefield theefield
field Asked as to realty holdings In toCuba InCuba InCuba
Cuba he said that the trust had none nonethere nonetltere nonethere
there tltereuYotl i iYoa
You have taken some interest insecuring in insecuring In Inaecunng
securing a reduction of sugar duties dutiesby dutlMby dutiesby
by congress s have you not asked Mr MrTeller MrTeller Ir
Teller TellerI 1 1I y
I have not was the reply replySenator replySe replySenator
Senator Se tor Platt asked eel So far as you youknow youknow youknow
know has the American Sugar Refining Refiningcompany Reftnlngcomp Refiningcompany
company uy taken any interest whatever whateverin
in forwarding or opposing oppo the reduc reduction reductlon reducthin ¬ s
thin of the duty on Cuban sugar sugarNo sugaruNo t tNo
uNo No sir I dont think it has hasSenator huSenator hasSenator
Senator Teller You speak of it as asa 8a asa
a corporation corporationYes 1 1YeEI
Yes YesDo YeEIDo YesDo
Do you u know whether the stock stockholders stockholders ¬ tg tgholders
holders have taken say Interest t as such suchin suchla suchis
in the reduction reductionI
I do not I lmow know nothing hlD8 about itHenry it itHenry ItHenry
Henry C Mott Mott purchaser of raw rawsugar ra rawsugar w wfor
sugar for the trust was the next wit witnew wltD witneas
new D He said he bad acted in the ca capaelty capa81t capacity
paelty for the past five years and that thathe thathe thathe
he buys all the raw sugar for the com company company company ¬
pany He confirmed previous state statements statements statemente ¬
ments that the trust had bought 93000 93000tons 90000tons 000 000tO
tons tO 6 of Cuban sugar IIU r since Jan 1 Mr MrMott MrIfott MrMott
Mott also said that in the course of thfyear thpyear the theyear
year the American company probably probablypurchases probablypurcbues
purchases M per cent of the Cuban Cubansugar CubannPl Cubansugar f
sugar product and that be supposed supposedthe supposedI
the other 50 per cent is secured by the theother theother theother
other sugar refiners ta the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesTELLS StatesTEllS StatesTELLS
TELLS OF GOOD DEEDSPerraults DEEDS DEEDSPerraultsStenographerDescrlbes iPerrault
Perraults PerraultsStenographerDescrlbes PerraultsStenographerDescrlbesHis sStenographerDescribeS sStenographerDescribeSHis Stenographer Describes
His Charitable Actions and andHis andHis andHis
His Amiability AmJabilitySpMsal AmiabilitySpMMI
SpMsal to The Herald HeraWOBoise HeraWBoIIIe HeraldBolas
Boise May tOne One of the witnesses witnessesat w1tn w1tnat
at the Perralt hearing today was Miss MissScully MissScully a aScully
Scully Perwrolts stenographer She Shesaid Shesaid t tsaid
said Perrault was always courteous courteousand courteouand courteousand
and considerate in his dealings with withemployes withe withemployee
employee e and that be never discrimi discriminated dWcrlmiDated discriminated ¬
nated excepting excepU in cases of sickness 8Iclmetl6He sicknessHe sicknessHe
He had been particularly part1cu trly kind to Mc McCraeken McCrcJten McCracken
Craeken she said She cited an in instance Intanee instance ¬
stance of f sickness elll in McCrackens fam family tamfr ¬
ily when Perrault showed McCracken McCrackenmanv McCrackenmanv McCrackenmany
manv favors favorsShe favorsShe favorsShe
She also said that on one occasion occasionMcCracken occasionXcecken occasionMcCracken
McCracken had forwarded hill resigna resignation reslpaUon resignation ¬
tion to Washington A little later he hecame became heca
came ca me in and said he hedid did not want wantto wanttoGeneral to toresign tore
resign re Surveyor Surveyortelegraphed General Perrault then thentelegraphed thentEe
telegraphed tEe rPhed < and had the resignation resignationwithdrawn retlignationwithdrawn resignationwithdrawn
withdrawn With respect to the let letting I lett t tt ¬
ting t of the contracts she testified that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they uniformly went to the lowest bid bidder bidder bidder ¬
der no favoritism being shown to toeither toelUier toeither
either the bidders nor to those securing securingthe securingthe
the contracts contractsRespecting eontractRespectlnr contractsRespecting
Respecting letters written by Perrault Per Perrault Perrault ¬
rault other than on official matters the thewitness tbewltnes thewitness
witness said f they the were largely written writtenfor Yrrittptor writtenfor
for the purpose of aiding soldiers and andwidows andwidows
widows to t obtain pensions nsion1 for which whichPerrault whichPerrault
Perrault received no rpmuneration rpmunerationWilliam rpmu1eJattonWIUlam rPmurterationWilliam
William Alley of Boise deputy min mineral mineral ¬
eral surveyor stated he had had three threecontracts threecontracts
contracts under Perrault He was perfcetiy per perfectly perfu ¬
fectly fu tI satisfied satls satin led fd with the manner in inwhich inhleb inwhich
which hleb Perrault had h d treatI treat I him himDo bimDo him1o
Do you know of any irpance to ante where whereIdaho whereIdaho
Idaho deputies have hR P tw horn t Nni n discriminated 3iscriminatedagainst discriminatedagainst minated minatedqaJn
against t asked the inspector inspectorI
HI I do not replied the witness witnessNo witnessNo
No One Wants the Bonds BondsHavana BondsHatann
Havana May May 2 2There There were no n hid hidfor btrfor herfor <
for the municipal loan oan of t28n60eno OOO900 u itwas uwas
was advertised that subscriptions to this thisloan thiswould
loan would be opened o Dd today tod1
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