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jarmack Says S Y3 Soldiers ldiers in ITI PbilpfjtesAre PbUitP PhUtpipiiis ooAre Are Required leqnredliHteFiy RequiredtDny i6qulr d dAt5
liHteFiy At5 < DreMY Cruelty Cfu lity Stortes StQai StodesseyeItS itsl itslItO N Nlts
ItO seyeItS YlIts lts Spweh se It ArHngtqQ Adfngtqolndicatea Indicates Seufttrn S utblrn Lynehings LynehingsWill tjnehlriisWill tnchi g gWill
Will B Uttd u as a8cprc aP Precept recdestFor d Mt For Philippine Policy PolicyAPHlXGTON PoiicyI PoiicyTTTA1IINOTON I It
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t I TTTA1IINOTON APHlXGTON May IlH 3IH1i l Hisah > g Hi lli6e ii iiw tile tilehen Is so unusual 1 that Utathn + 4to
WAHIXGTON w wlwn hen it occwred ow 111 red fa 1 tfee eewse MIlne of tthe J tW Pfettfeataes 4ete de deated t farlt tedItI t tated
I J rated ated a sensation Mr MISpooMr Spooner of f Wfscwui w was s siiuMentallJr JMl JMlflrrI M MrPPr +
rPPr flrrI r I iiuMentallJr to 0 ta tile story that 1FIUJ4U lS ympttMp had hadh besnput put to todPH +
1111 h by b Ameriraa A merliN troops in trenches wc rbfca lalc they t aw tam tamixxife to dig diet WgMr 4 4by +
t Jr ixxife lld < of Maeaacttasvtts MMMtIa sal sI4 the story htfjt been a aIs by toe Utefa 4J 4Jf 4 4f4hr
fa f4hr hr > f the t soldier who had started it It and aD Cliff ttbe the iR jtepftftmeftt IP3prtmentht + 4fipfl
t hit ht > fipfl t1lf Id d to General Chalfee Cha < to ascertain the LbkU facts Ifir 4 Etmeat Etmeatt CfeMaack aack k of ofIt ofl + 4s 4daay
It l rrln s interrupted to say es that no e doubt dou tltt the jptofera a s ratf ratfall daay y the theIIfry thetry + 4do
IIfry try II > all allmdlen soldiers OIdIOT In g the PMBppws had d been SflJq1 rreqanflf 7 ta tafts I do m mt His is isrrnirk 4 4aifen +
t rmllrk fts greeted with hisses ftttn fi tte Uerfe MaB 4nnltrU aifen U of ofdi ofcallhj fe fediHi
+ diHi di < tlIJtfllal > i > n > vai calling rail out a sharp rapping Jpa kdtbe > tBe gavel 1 of the chair cltrMr r rf f fMr
Mr f r Hiwjoner Iooner occupied oce1 nearly near lye hour bod TioiAays JtssJon to Inc1ud Inc1udiII fbaclud ud udt + f fi
i iu ilJ hi h Hr rut > ech > befnn n on Thursday cI His Ii eJoqveaee doqe a IYI4 d earnestness sre ties at atI t ttn + 4tra
I Ira ei d th thl < > attention at tloD of all senators aonand and of hwiAreAiof 1I of pc occupants Up3Ut3 tB of the thef the1ivdd +
f mvdd jcallerle alJ rfft He msmtained atntaha that tae United U Unh States tat cool couW not leave leavethe leaveI +
I the th > Philippines > 1I lite Ite a coward and nd sbandon ba n p people wne hadjcome had ome otne under underppt UDderI underwr +
ill ppt ptUdl1 pt teth tioii thUs tIt surrendertog them to tyr t7Ja tyrRsy y taD4eWos aod chaos He did didn11 didflt + f fni
ni beiifve In the admission of the tIsePhllhpplnes Philippines PhlJl o the Union as n states stat but butii +
I ii the th hI onduct of the Islands land nothhig savoring of o imperialism Imperial m had been beeneXCtPt t tu t tuirRsted
uirRsted u stfd except for party purpoaert PllJlClIII + f fIn
In the th coarse of ale ki speech Mr 8pooner poonor became beea aiajnvehred involved ia Ied in a spirited spiritedIt sp tted ttedI4JUY + f fwith
It oIiIfUY I4JUY with Mr Hoar of Massachusetts during dvrl whko wbk b Mr Bpooner SpooaaerIf pooner poonerrid + f frid
If rid H e statute of tae state t of Massachusetts ssebueotts rbuwt wblei w wic offered red reward of ofii 9fr +
ii r II 1 < > > for the t th hf scalps of male Ie Indians In4 oveiftbe ove at ao of U years y Mr Hoar Hoard r rdPart + 4dp
dp dPart d uipl hat It was a rruel and barbarous rMrou hi law w and nd Mr Spooaer himself hlnweUdId 4r 4did
1 dId ju not attempt otiornn tA 10 0 teMtifv tlf ttfy It It ultnnlv Klmpl nittnflP citing It It as an n Instance lntun < > of < kf crueU cruelty nu > Uxr in m mIt 4 + A Arf
rf ihr Ih lighting of Savage yap natives nathiaMr VN VNIr
4 Mr Ir ivttus of Alabama A discussed some of the legal phases of the thePhilippineR thek + 4i
i k Philippines question and Mr MeLaurln of MJasisalppi ppt Insisted that the thei tileHpmolrats tMPmnerutS +
i Hpmolrats morrats in the senate had d not slandered the army arm as had been betaharrf beenhtrgf 4 4t +
t rharffd harrfrrc tv +
4 Mr rrc < armaek of Tennessee oceapied the fjpff j thisnighf lft Jl1t
IV V i I SHINGTON May W IlAt At te terom aein e ei
in > rom rondnIOD insloo of rouCkie businesv uuIne m Jath inI mth
I th enate today toda consideration COIIIdO eratlon tIoa or ora of ofI orrhiippn
a Philippine > bill was w reiswned In re recing re reMing reILnf
Ming his hi speech begun on Thursday Thursdayr
Ir r Sj TlOnfr > nner said in part partI
I hav haf h > not been in favor of pertna pertnant rma rmant
fr nt dimirion d over ov tbc Philippines Philippinesteid PhtJIl > ptnes ptnesId
teid Id d Mi 11 Spooner ntr but I do not mean meanIT
IT r y that that I have been in favor faorrnitti of ofto oft
to United t niu1 States ttetJ nuMMHg raisas away like IIlre1 IIlre1ai1 likeartI t tI
I rtani artI md abandon a people wto bo Have Havemr
11111 < mr under our proteeOon tlon or eurren eurrenjtetnir ourrettmi I
jtetnir Irtn mi them to tyranny t anarchy and andM ab anI i
WIt t I rrfprred to tae t0Vpfno TOIptno ariny anDy as a areliction ardltilioTt arjP1tjOfl
reliction of miscelbneous ml ce persons jel8lhtlMil who whono
Mil no r onstitutd OJ1 tttUlt l battds b of bandits baaUlutthrnatl a In Inutt 4 4Mr
lutthrnatl lutthrnatlJr utt hrna tt ttMr
Mr rarms lHmai k aO Ytft4 Vemipm e infer inferrurtfd I
rurtfd to inqufirff InqUfItr1 UlailMi Dewey Oe OeJlIlt Dewo had hailtiMIt
Jwitmth JlIlt 1IIlth th thnt k1joopie k1joopieIupohp KiaaVer people peopleIJpir e eJ
J I Iupohp UI tfOIIf ritarl ritarlh t IJpir mr IIfd IIfdh UMV UMVho <
ho h Mtmtor nlnr from Teanessee Teenf8lMe will 111 claim claimf
f 1Il t the th Filipino army a armyr was U cuaipuitd cuaipuitdor < r ua uao
or o r iibrrtyiottnir < patriotic and law lawabiding lawil IwhIdtnK
abiding il dln citizens citizensJr llfizfnlltlr ttIzn ttIznMr
Jr < armaoK sett be h assumed that it itnot ItIIU ItU
IIU U not tin n arms arm made m > of owtlawH owtlawHn i
Allo n iII l ruffians Mr Hpooner 81OO pooner er said that thaton i
on 0 of thp th lading Idn generate of 0 the Fiji FijiPino 1I 1Ipino I Ipino
Pino army IIrm 1T1PI Plo Del Pllar PIIarwaa was notorl notorti notorl1IW1ly notorlnttsly
1IW1ly i iy a leader of ofa a band of cutthroats cutthroatsand cat th1O l I Iand
and outlaws outlawsMr oltla oltla4r OUtIaVMr
Mr rartrick declared that If the
har hiirrO of Mr Spooner was w accurate I
Admiral Ivpy ought to be branded brandedand brand brandand brandejiand
and turned out of the navy navyDemocratic oaT oaTDemocratic narymOCrt1c
Democratic mOCrt1c Charges Claa Against Army ArmyMr i
Mr Spooner retorted that that tbatoJlr waa waanly w wotly
oJlr nly on onp of the Democratic charges chargesagainst eharesaEairt
against cair 1 thf > army and navy DaV He de 4e1P1t
1 ixrwi Aguinaldos u luildo army was an army ann I
nih hkh hnd demanded to enter Manila Manilar
rr ° r l Ioot nt t
and rapine which h au s violated
thl th h rules fir f rlvilhwd warfare which w ch
had p Jl > rjx rPftratd > tratPd atrocities not wily
nplOn ixm countlesw untIe > UI thousands of Filipiros J1l1pl l8
and n < l who hn had
respected neither sex RXFe Re Remn
rITn mn t onerai C pnffB1 Smiths order of the
kllhng km of f iii fl inhabitants of Bammr
ahovp R ID years Rrll of age Mr Spooner
iuotM 11Iot tho th witticism that the pilgrims pt1 < rtma
In n landing landin tir 11l1t
t fell upon their knees
IInd n < i thpn thl
upon the Indians He read
lm rnma a statute Ztatutpof > of Massachsetts foU of 17K 1722a
y Jffrin < H reward of elle 199 1O for every
Tnll tniI Indian scalp Rip W 1 years of age at and
lI tiWKr4 lltrtf rt and an of 50 for the scalp of
I hnta
klllt in battle battleth
th Mr Ir Har Interrupted to say that
iuniaiifi had bought and pald pal pakl1or ler r
PI v rs root Of tan land < 1 atqulftll cqulret frwa the
Inhl111 ni and nd that die statutes of itm itmrui
It K rui and In < nj barbarous
i r h1
yu II ppnwe Itr1 It Itt he h demanded
hn h n H the i lwgIo hmjng of the twentl twentlntury
J ntury tll1r you OU make m I It a precedent precedentr p ent
ihk thlllk KWld MldMr saId Mr 8poonn poonr P ° ° n that
in inM rMian Tn4 r fllthn M bought ° uht the I lands nd of the
Whnjj in n Massaehusetts ette and then tlienfr1
P Pe IM fr1 to buy bu their scalps scalpsnstors scalps4flhItot ape
Noonlltlll nstors declared Mr Bpooner
hllln 1IIH Wt lenounre rt > nounf our r policy in ha the Us Phil Ph
J m in general JCfn raI laiu
> language on exp PJtpart rte rteapprove
Itinlflnr ought tI ht not to f forget t thatur
I lr bra brave IlleD In war aIIIo t
In JItoc I to I1IIOrt to wa4s ar willtt wurt
tin tflt
II mntild nr Pf e man 00 earth
nultj approve approveT it IPrneS IPrnethe
ntdr S Dr T the senator nator tor approve of 0 that thatsugflested
in n IfIIC IfIICrr lifrnanded ernaflded Mr Hoar In war or
IPoonfr rr It were ere nfry sugflested uae ted Mr MrMif
hU Ofl r to maM mei aM order In intt M
t his tt 10 that tM PI Pilurha J 1ogt lt pro
Mif Miffrom if tte from home from fro dlltYUedon depb ucIon hi his
from dl dbaurMry ohery aid his JaIIIehUdren children
fhrl1m 0 baI ba rrUtlty x would ft tIMIe Sbe what wbatorder
lone IontCrueltT loneCnity
11 CrueltT xt t wn FoMI7
1 r 1as 17 to do It It
Irkri Hoar f i clar Ired Ita j base and
order and when beIa the senator
talks of q forabeaivv I am m nappy to tothat sa sathat MI MIthat
that UM t waa a tIIItt th tba genersOoR neraUQR who wnomy whobore whobore
bore my aajae 9fIe IIIcvred c ciUejT obloquy and andla andinan1U
iaitgniUejr la inan1U iUejT JiwougJ rouh resisting things thingsthen thha thhatbeD thingsthen
then as 1 do Hew Applause ApplauseMr e eMr
Mr Hoar H M 1 h be thanked God Jat Jatft henever a anever
never ft bad found a man rile in a place of ofpower ofP ofpower
power P wer wits would not stand up for tn tnright t trlgbt the theright
right ant antuceEr never Hitany ilny oy man thank thankGod tbankGod thankGod
God declared dar Mr 1 Spofrner Rpd fler r who can canproperly canproperly 1 1properly
properly Impeach the th American army armyfor armyfOl armyfor
for acts thfct ought OUC t not ot to have ha ve been beencornmttted beencommltte4the n nrommltte4theactil
rommltte4theactil commltte4the cornmttted the act of a few Isolated IsolatedInfltancesrCtte lIIoIatedIn olatedInstneeh
In InfltancesrCtte army armY as a aOur whdte whdteOur bole boleOUr
Our arTr a fl y replied Hr Hoar is iscompojett 15co Iscomped
compojett co M p brave 1Ira a aDeI 4 Inrauute men menIn menIn menIn
In a war W wtt1iIsi4 tJJdII of tJthi Xlnd crtwltWi cr always alwayshave afWaTIha alwayshave
have ha occuweC > and the reaponstbillty reaponstbilltyfo Jlty JltytOll
fo tOll tkeat r rests tLnotImo not upon the t ftlW tiur but butupaf butt butersveror
upaf t theae = ijtho afa jpeanonslbie ersveror na for the theI tbea thehtM
a i iH
H I stand for torMr of ofJ tln I
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J 1itt t It tl tlMr I IMr
Mr Spoolerlsaitt to to Mr Hoar that taaliC taaliCdid if ife ifke
ke e did n nt t before < his bl party was wa right rightand rI rightand ht htand
and could not act with It he could vote votefor votefElt ote otetnr
for the other party This elicited qute qutea
a long reply from Mr Hoar who paid paida JMLklUibute
a tribute to Mr Spooner to Mr Mc MoKlnley McKInley McXInl
Klnley XInl y and to Mr Beeseveit BeeseveitHear ThoeveltHoar t I IHoar
Hoar on the Fence FenceMr FenaeMr PenceMr
Mr Hoar said he did not believe the theDemocratic ueDe theDmqrstic
Democratic De ratic arty > rtT was w right rt bt in their theirview Utetrview theirview
view of theflttestion t uon He H believed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the RepuhMean party would work out outthe outthe outthe
the probteta l problearIgbt right in the end but that thatthey tbatthey thatthai
they should be shown that their pres present present prosant ¬
ent polity pol y was wrong He could not be beexpected beed beexpeetid
expected ed to toaDdoB abandon a party It in whose whosepolicies wboHpottetea whosepolicies
policies in the main mai be believed to join joinparty joinpert otn otnparty
party pert to whose policies has was op opposed oppeNd op4t ¬
posed posedAt
At 515 1 p m the senate nate took a recess recessunfcl reeeMu recessunJl
unfcl u unJl I ft oclock oclockM ecIoekthe oclockA
M A the t3 0 opening of the session 0 Mr MrCarmaek MrCarmack MrCnnack
Carmaek of Tennessee who ho had made madeseveral mac1ellleveral madeseveral
several speeches during durin tbe day took tookthe toOktbe tookthe
the floor floorHe ftoorHe floorRe
He wot extracts from rein many Re Republic BepubHdn RepubHcn ¬
public pubHdn n papers denouncing the bru brutality brutaJity bentalky ¬
talky of General G neral Smiths order Yet Tethe Yethe Yethe
he mid N Mr Lodge had foundIn found In the thetortures thetortUIM thetortures
tortures inflicted ta the Philippines Philippi only onlynatural onlynatural onlynatural
natural acts of vengeance The apol apologists apolOIit apologists ¬
ogists of ynchln rynchings in the south aout he hecontinued heconUnued hecontinued
continued will find able support in inthe Jnt1M Inthe
the statements of the senator from fromMassachusetts fromKchu from fromMaumichusotfi
Massachusetts etti I have never sought to touphold touphold
uphold 11 mob law or the practice of law lawless Jaw18s lawless ¬
less vengeance vn eaace on any criminal no mat matter matter mattsr ¬
ter how ho black his crime crimeRevival crimeRaTtT crimeBavival
Revival RaTtT l of Sectional Hatred HatredMr HatredM Htredhtm
Mr M earmark earmafk referred to President PresidentRoosevelt Pr PresidentRuseveltg sklent sklentRoe8eeJt
Roosevelt Memorial Jemo day address add at atArlington atArUiPcton atArijpgton
Arlington saying that he judged from fromwhat fromhai fromwhat
what hai the president Mldent had said alfout alfoutia atoutIYDChJ a1out a1outlyaehlqga
IYDChJ lyaehlqga ia 1 the south that that cry crythe cryw crywi
w wi to toe the tit administrations admlotra tJoas favorite favoriterndtof faoriteod favoriteggound
ggound rndtof od of defense 4efe e of its It policy in n the theIpptW thePllDtppl thePbtItpp9es
PllDtppl PbtItpp9es IpptW He had thought that the thewaving thewavln thewaving
waving wavln bf the bloody blood shirt was u an ef effect eft eftort ¬
tort to revive sectional hatred hatredBut hatnodBut hatredBut
But I admit I was mistaken said saidhe MidThe saidhe
he The Republican used to keep the thesoaihern theoutraps theesatheru
soaihern < outrages mill grinding < hold holding holdJIlt boldterrible ¬
ing jm our terrible and bloody deeds to tothe totbe tothe
the execration of mankind That was wasfor wafor wasfor
for political purposes Now they are areseeking arePltltleat areeIls
seeking eIls precedents to excuse their pot policjr potieF potbcy
icjr 1 1Jtt Is the Philippines Phtltppl e8 The president presidentgives presidentgives e8ldenttile
gives the cue He says ye it Is the same sameold meli muneold
old li rebel yell the same old people who whovillifled whovllUftM whovflUtlod
villifled Grant and Lincoln as they are arenew aretltttlq areS
new S W TiMtfying the great rt and magnaai magnaaiflMMM mgftU1SfAltL nmsgnazmtiaouaSsilltL
flMMM iaouaSsilltL iaouaSsilltL40h Sttltft SttltftOh SfAltLOli
Oli Oh Mr MrPresldent < President P ent you cannot throw throwdttat tkrowd
dttat d dt 1 1a the t e eyes of the people in that thatway tbatI tatway
way THIS attempt at diversion will willnot WIllJlot viiinot
I not JlotAt do doAt 40At
At 1021 1O p m Mr Carmack conclud concluded ¬
ed and aJMlthe the senate Date adjourned
+ I MKW Nr 1 W Y YORK ° KK May 31 31 31One nt Oti man was 1 instantly in initi t tI7 killed and four other +
+ 1 pTKons were wr f hurt at t Grasmere Ftaten taten island 1S1anC today toda where auto autout + 4XutJ
4 XutJ ut utJnfhlle Jnfhlle v 1I p Ved ed tNt tests we fc being 0 made m under ua r the auspices of the +
4 4 niobil nub of America Amerl to break the worlds W Wrecord record for fo a mile mileHi mleRit +
4 + Hi Rit hlT I man i killed WM 8 Andrew Ftatherstone e astlssor a c I of the borough of 4 +
4 Itnond fflo nd run over and crushed 4 to death eat The Injured 4 4rm +
4 hn Brick of Stapletoa both legs broat ad IcIJu injuredintornally oternany +
4 rs Ella Eil Hay of Concord oncord S S I L badly burt out the head and bod bodDb body +
4 Db aptain Tbom Taylor of f tha thq Quaraatiae quuaat atatlo uon bo both h legs broken brokeof +
4 f arm hit rm rmfr rm fractured ctured and andlDJared Injured 4fcpntthe hpet at tile body +
4 harI nariea rlf8 Bowden of Staptetott Sta tajuvad ahottt the head and body bodyttorV bodyt +
4 ttorV t n2 Jt II K ffarecl Ped tn that Brick is fatally hart The Theme Backln ldne toppled to 1ed over on onwL onlIOj +
+ wL lIOj wai I Irn and Dd be h wa was s almost dead when It was lifted off 0 The machine machlaeIan + 4not
4 Ian a drivp5 r to by W C C BaRr of elalt4 O Mr Denser IO of Clfve Clfvehotd +
4 not hotd Was with klan both ° th w were thrown lyjm tile machine but were w re 4 +
+ 4 lnjured In ured uredou +
41 4 rotir The machine Val nearing l1farfn the finish line U e after its trial over O ore the theth 4 4th
4 th thrll4 rll4 > v vn1 when 1vh the driver seemed to lose control of it and It dashed Into Intot +
4 t tflt ron > n1 d of ° spectators 8 s All the injured were cared ied for at an emergency emergpncyhQ 4 4honw
4 honw hQ jtnd aft afterward wrard8 removed to a hospital h Before the accident a sixty sixtytoioHl +
4 toioHl 11 ta tOWer > 0wer maphlne entered by E E Britton and A J Levy Lev in dap da las 3 < 5 5T 511f + 4Th
4 Th T In 11f autona autoIDobl1eK eR over Z999 080 pounds made 1de the mile in Ml5 ii i l lX 15 +
4 X > Jrt dh C0lirf 011 > was over a boulevard that extends from Grasmere Grm re to torp + 4a
+ Wdctrp a rp d iid about a 9000 eoo people gathered along alOD the route 4
4 4 oflh nIt 1 tllt hI ln lllv aft lftor r the > aTldent District Attorney Rawson who w ws s 8r 8hI 4 4r
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rTAN1DINGwrer TAJSDINO DtNG ver erer the Uieed dead 411HM1Y body of her hermurdered her1IMIrterndi hermur4ered
STiu murdered daughtep cktel Mos Mir 1 t C CBabbitt CBabbitt Cbbltt
Babbitt bbltt heap bea b a denuncIatIons deminciationsagainai t denuncIatIonsgaine
againai aP gaine the suicide suldde TB ward C Graves Graveswho Gl1Lvewho Graveswho
who bad ended the UteJIte ttfe of his wife wifewhile wifewhile wifewhile
while in a m of r Jealousy y Mrs Bab Babbitt Babbitt Babbitt ¬
bitt arrived in the t dty yesterday ycsterflaymorning yceter yesterdaymorning ay aymurn
morning murn from t Dl her r home In Eureka E feka and andwent and andnt ami d dwent
went nt direct to the morgue Where the thebodies tMbodies thebodies
bodies of the tl e d dbadfn sd iftan JftJ and ndwoman ndwomanwereremoed woman womanwere womanwere
were wereremoed removed after IPrwayS lfbtysti1tgNly lfbtysti1tgNlyGasing a16ty tnigedy tnigedyGasing ttgedyGaning
Gasing upon the mutilated features featuresof
of her dead daughter the 1 woman yield yielded yielded yielded ¬
ed to the grief which whichIas hw u overwhelmed overwhelmedher
her since she learned learn < of the l e bloody bloodycrime bloodycrime bloodycrime
crime and sobbingly told of ofUu the tor tortures tortUl8 tortures ¬
tures of f the dead woman ciutaed by bythe bythe bythe
the insane jealousy of her husband She Sher Silereco Sherecovered
r recovered reco tIed her composure composure however and andtbe andI andthe
tbe horror of the crime supplanting in inher Inher Inher
I her mind the love for her child she shevehemently ZbeI ehevehemently
vehemently denounced deDOuncec1her her slayer JlIa1fJrLying slayerLying slayerLying
I Lying side by side in the morgue morguewere morKuewere morguewere
were the bod bodies of tae suicide and the thevictim theI thevietim
victim of his II anger er < Oblivious to her herauditor heraudltorM herauditors
I auditor she poured forth her woes woestelling woestelling woestelling
telling of the visits she e had made her herdaughter berdaqhter herdaughter
daughter and the senseless brutal brutaljealousy brutalJealousy brutaljealousy
jealousy always displayed d pla by the hus husband husband husband ¬
band bandMilitary bandKlJitlry bandMilitary
Military services will beheld be held at the theburial theburial theburial
burial of Graves conducted by battery batteryB
B of the Utah UtahwluDteera volunteers tuntaeea Services will willb willb willbheld
b b bheld held in the chapel c spot i at Taylors under undertaking undfrtaking undertaking ¬
taking establishment at 2 oclock this thisafternoon tbiaafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon after whichthe whlc tbe remains will willb m mbo
b 1 > interred m the thecUJ cUy cemetery Tbe Tbebody Tbebod Thebody
body bod of th thoMtead max has been dressed dressedin ed edIn
in khaki khaki uniform lIn1torm which he wore dur during durIng during ¬
ing his service In the Philippines C and andin andin andIn
in the uniform of a a soldier he will be beburied beburled beburled
burled buriedHenry burledHenry burledHenry
Henry Graves employed at the Cen CenlennialEureka Centenl CentennialEureka
lennialEureka tenl lEureu mine at Eureka and andfather andfather
I father of the dead dea4man man arrived in the thecity thecity
city yesterday He was Averse aftt8 to dis discussing dllIruuing die diecussing ¬
cussing the tragedy but plainly alnIy Iy showed phowedgreat showedgreat wed wedeat
great eat sorrow at the death of his son
Washington W hngtQn May 1 flThe < The Republi Republican
can ati congressional ongrf > Iteional committee will not notformulate notformulate nOtformulate
formulate issues Sues for the congressional conrCsttonalc
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Mrs braves Qvaves in comi cony conyOtheF ccmpanyadth ccmpanyadthother any ith tw twother
other womei jvislted theMorKe theofgaterdLy theiOeyterday ftBv ftBvterday
terday afternoon aiidjtood I Itr Itran dr Hliilf t1tan Hliilfan
an horn houtgazIng gazing gazl on the HfeleajT J1 IWLeZorzpso IWLeZorzpsoher forms tOl p5 Of Ofher
her son nntfrhte nl hls wife e She openly openlyplaces op1J3places
places the thelame blame of tha ti > iibie a roe upon uponthe uponth uponthe 1
the th woman who Iieanger lie ie sayt s rbttaed the theanger J Jan
anger an er of her husband beyond endur endurj endtilnance O I Iance
j ance anceThe anceThe v vThe <
The remains of the murdered mu re4 woman womanwill WQ wozusowill I Iwill
will not be interred In the tbetamlly family j Md Mdin i iIn
in the city cemetery but will b b bto baWM baWMto 4tM 4tMto
to rest re t in anothefr anoth nothJT8Ve grave which vhaK vhaKbeen hMbeen 1 1been
been selected Funeral serviceswiB be beheM beheld J JlIetel
heM at 4 this afternoon furhtiur floIl lsour u1r Cter ttter tttertho wttrthose Cterthose
those of her husband and she altewUl wttl be beInterred beInterred 1 1I
Interred in the city cemotery cemoteryThe cemotfl1The I IThe
I The two bullet which whicI1lmddenlld whicI1lmddenlldeel suddenly sudt1enl5nd sudt1enl5nded and anded
ed her life Friday Fdda were removed removeterday > y yterday aeav aeavterdny
terday by Dr Benedict nedlrt They ltu Pher J a acalibre 8 8rallbre 44 44calibre >
calibre and are battered and IlndJlat IlndJlatCruhlng flatt 1Iattned 1IattnedCrushing n Cv
Crushing through per her brain br ln they jaha ah ahtered sbst sbstterM tr trtered
tered the skull In many places bu butre butrenatined re remained Ie IetmUned >
mained imbedded beneath the 1Ittbt Jttrt JttrtOne tb tbOne
One of the balls b lls wa was located by bUM bUMsurgeon bytMsurgeon the thesurgeon
surgeon directly underneath the skin skinthree iklpthree In Inthree
three inches Ineh above the e ear r The other otherhad otherhad tberhad
had struck the skull kul but had l1aiJdrlvlne ha41j een eendriven eu eudrlvenback
driven drlvenback back and was located deep ep vn vnder unI ireder
der the skull Both were ereftdte flaCteaed and andscratched an andscratched d d2k1atched
I scratched by their contact con t iritii the theskull theskull theskull
skull skullNo skullNo v
No inquest has been held by t tZ e oq cot cotoner r roner
oner for the reason it J8t Is sj said saidnone ld ibi ibinone 1 1none
none was wa > necessary Death wasin wasinflicted i1a i1aftieted ¬
flicted by the man and andrno Jno no add addfarts a addIUiul addIUiulfats Mli liL liLfad8
farts concerning the causeothe causeothecould cao cnumIotheer cnumIotheerould iee ieeould <
ould have beeR learned 1 e4 hf anJn t tNo est estNo 1
No further InfaiwAti InGFII1tttf Informuttqlearned Iu Iulearned ntus ntuslearned
learned by the ofilcers Oft1e coneet coneetquarrel pe flcetun t tuaJJt1 lii liiIUX1ri
quarrel uaJJt1 which is i suppose au to tosuited tosuited hxe hxesuited
suited in the dual l trasduy ting1y of Ihr IhrGreat g gGreat Frja1 Frja1Great
Great crowds visited tlie jjabrgi jjabrgiterday ordp t1iW t1iWterday
terday to view the remains re 11iD81 t o 4hc be beI hcdered fcuf fcufctered
I dered 4oman oman and the dead d 4 man manI aua Am Ambers gm gmhers ¬
I hers of his soldier friend n4clIIMd > icall < i at atthe litthe atthe
the place and fLD < l expressed expres e r regret rret atTthfe atTthfedeplorable t t tI tim timdeplorable
deplorable affair < RJr Friends sjijpi J iiIidF iiIidFquaintancea ee eequalntnees r rquaintances
quaintances of the nomaa foman fomalta1so also 1i 1iand WlieA WlieAand caUe4 caUe4and
I and nature spoke feelingly of her bright ttl bt genttj genttjnature gemm1jl gemm1jlnature i inature
+ EW YORK May a 3U 31Three Three Italian ice i e peddlers pe dJer have en ensg 1iMJ din IR IRtriaagular a ai e +
4 + NEW i triangular dual withstilettos in the dark hallway of a tenl t nt t in 10But f
4 East One Hundred and a cl Fifteenth street Tony A vacate was w stabbed sfabbedtw1ee + f
4 f twice in the breastand died on the fray iy y to the hospital Ito pllal Luigl Lorgrlppo LrIppowas JP 9 9was + 4 +
+ f was taken to the same hospital o pttal with many severe wjwnds arid thepolteft tfteJOUceare 4 4are
+ are looking for his hla1kOther hla1kOtherAccordtng brother 4r 4 4According
+ f According to the story told by Luigi hisbrother his broth brother owed o Avacajto 4 la 1o H9 1 iQa h iq 4 4a + f
+ f a transaction growing out of the sale of an ice route for their posh Uoh h carts cartand car 4 4and
+ and they had met metJr far the first time in six months when ANliLCatgested Aa Avacato s r
+ 4 f jccsted they play > 171IOIDe some game 8 of f cards to decide whether wuth the dejkt det ahoJoM shoj f fbe 4be f ff
+ f be double c 0 < quits quttLThe The rke pbjyed in Lorgrippos rooms and Lorgrippo Lo lost tTMn 4 +
4 + 4 Then they went wntt4arUaelfkftt WE tarthe treet where they the quarreled until they fought with withtheir withtheir withtheIr +
+ their fists and then adjourned to the hallway ball way where they fought ou bt it j oi oiwith qvt o ± twith 4with
+ with the knives with r1tk the result 8Ult stated statedROBBERS + 4T
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4ROBBERS
1 + T IRMIKGHAM A1 Ia M May y Jl alA A special to the News from HantsvHfc 4 4Ala t tAla
+ 4 p B Ala says saysf
4 + f AlaTom Tom ltaffsft 1t a farmer who lives near Berkeley Ala and who ybobaa w whas
+ has been plowing < on orttile ot the Esslinger place was eating dinner at a saHng s swhen spt 4 + f
4 when he was a confronted by two men with pistols pistolsThey ptstolzThey 4 +
+ They robbed him of U 4 and then backed him against a tree The Tfieloose ThelOOtle +
4 loose folds of 0fJlesh flesh on each side were pulled out and nailed to tte t ti tiand free eand +
+ and his hands were were stretched above his head and treated trea ct likewise IIkew in Intldti Intldticondition tide 4 4condition f
+ condition the man remained until dark when he was rescued by a farm farmband +
4 hand 4 +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I I campaign campat committee committee until the t th r m mII 1Iea 1Ieacrats Demo Democrats ¬
crats have launched their plans for forthe forthefight rth the thefight e efight
II fight they will make rn ke This 3ma 3madecided 8 8de been beendecided
decided de < idtd upon by j jand Presidency Presidencyand Preside Presideand ThIsM
r rI
and Representatives B BabVt r rI a aOerstreet
I Oerstreet of the committee
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Defendant f n ant Claims C lai ms to Have Spent432iQDO S Spent p nt 32OOO 2 QO 0 For F Q r Postal P PostagandAyer PostagandAyertisingReceived st g > i a aRising rn A f fJisng
Rising tisingReceived Received 173000 Froni StookhoYders StookhoYdersProperty l Okh kh f ers ersProperty rs4 rs4t
t Property of of No Value V IJel i
jAES MOINES May M S 1Postoffice Fostoffice P In InJ Inspector I Ispector
J spector OCorineli OConile testified testJ edat at the theBfUWet theB theBflhiet
BfUWet B t trial trialtods toflafr t that defendant defendanttoHLv defendantbtm defondtutthMhim
thMhim toHLv him In 1 April that he had received received7M9 receivedit receivedi7wi
it 7M9 71 from stockholders of the White WhiteSwan WhiteSan WhiteSwan
Swan mine and aBdtkat that o of this sum he hehad hed hehad
had d expended 1TW 17Ho 17I0 on advertising and a andli000 nd ndiiGOO
1 iiGOO 000 on postage post ge also that the total totaloutput totaloutput totaloutput
output of ail mines operated by him himwas himu himwan
was u but 631 all of which was wassecured secured
from the theoold Gold Ridge mine and not notfrom nottrom notfrom
from the White Swan that he had ex expended eXpend oxpended ¬
pended pend d i700 5700 7O0 on onA onA onA
A letter > r was W LS introduced intt in evidence evidencewritten evidencewritten evldt ace acewritten
written by byBalDet BalHet from Des Moines to
W B Marstow of Manila la appris ¬
ing him that he was conducting a sub subS i
seription contest for the Mining jBIagNewa News
and requesting him to copy cop a list of
names that th JUh lLlIIet > t enclosed with his
letter so as s to obtain the prise after
which the prise could be returned to
Ballet BallietThis BalUetThl BalletThIs
This subscription hot was to be sub ¬
mitted to the government obtaining
access to the man as secondclass secondclassmatter 5lecondclassmatter secondcl secondclmatter
matter for the Mining nnrNews nnrNewsJ News Newst
t J Potter expostmaster of Baker
City testified that the alleged opening
of the White Swan taines nes two tW9 tw months monthsago monthsgO monthsago
ago which wInic hic4 was said to havfbeen at ¬
tended tended tendedwIth with elaborate ceremonies was wasa
a 5 ftasco ttas o and that the machinery was wasstarted wasstRrted wasstarted
started only onl to stop a few gtinutes nutes
later This statament was corrobor corroborated corroborated corroborated ¬
ated by other Dimnesses wltnesaesF tDe88e8
t WY ITTASHINQTON JASHINGTON ASHINGTON M May y SI 31By By thedirection tbe direction of the president re ident Secretary Secretaryyy SecretarRoot +
+ vy yy Root baa issued a general order decreasHaj deerea the thesirengft strength of our ourpensaneat 4 4nenuanent 4permanent
+ permanent estaWtehment e t and chan claangl chantag ingr the ratio ratiooc of its 18 makeup +
4 + as provided in the general order issued last May to carry cUiyt cUiytreor out the army nny +
+ reorganization reor Dlzatlon law Under the general or pf Iut
order c p 4lsst May sy the tIaetotal total 4 +
+ flttn strength Ut Gt tM army rmy was a ftud at iiZS7 imen n The Ja tIedtody 4 +
+ 4 reduces this th figure re to f N497a 4 i7a 7 a reduction red tion of olM 307 1O7IIn i i4F +
4 + 4F In the cavalry branch of service
the the oldorder old onter8J oxer specified twelve 4
rr 4 troops of eightyJive men each to
a regiment the new ne order r establishes 4
4 twelve troops tr P8 of eightyfive e ty4ve each
men Thisr This irill Jl decrease d regse te the tbe1 total +
i 4 KTS111 strength of the fiJteen fifteen cavalry cavl 1Y regiments gtmentsfnIaiiM f frem ew li 14I Mf to040 i L U04O in the theagftinst +
to rtllJ rtlliery ry branch the rout eontl contingent nt will 1te keptt 4laforsner ft8 tonner strength +
+ of 126 rom companI mnll8 or lot
enlIsted men each or a totalot1 but mefield tbe 4
4 < rtlllry nvilI iII be reduced from thirty batteries of 1 ieo men Ch ch to twenty +
4 eight batteries twentYJhe lI ht
light three mountain 0 oZ12O me each +
4 Prmilol1 Is made In the new order for t twO siege batteries ea eah h with +
+ a strength of 1742 u a against the 188 18sa 2 men provided in theformer 4
4 4 order ordert
t 4 + onIeThe The i1 De new w order r reduces uc s fl the > number of men to an infantry company companyThe + +
+ from 1M to eighty and our thirty regiments of twelve compazge 1dea each +
+ wilt 111 now give a total Infantry force of t LS30 Instead otne of t5O 4
+ The strength of the engineer branch remains as formerly f as does also +
+ the strength of the staff departments ep rtments ii + T Ts
4 It will be the PM ot the
war department bereaft hereafter to divide e the 4
4 army as s provided in the order issued today into thirds having vt onethird 4 4
+ of the entire establishment estabU hment In the Philippines at all time tin and am the two 4 +
+ remaining thirds in the United States and elsewhere elee here Jpjr JJ this tit plan an 4 +
4 enlisted man taking six years ears as a basle would serve fofer t jr r years in the 4 +
+ 4 United States proper or in Hawaii or in Alaska to emy two years 4 +
vf + sened In the Philippines i tI T 4 +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + + + + + 4 tf f + + f + + + + +
New York May Si 11JOIMph Joseph Schwab Schwabbrother Schwabbrotlwr Schwabbrother
brother of the United Ul tecl States Steel cor corporation corporatlon roeporatlons ¬
poration president has ha been chosen chosenaccording chosenaccording ena
according a rdlng to the World as president presidente
e q the new 30008100 3QOW 00 consolidation COD8OlkIa don of ofSteel ofIJteel oftee1
Steel tee1 foundries which will ill be known as asthe atheAmerican anthe
the theAmerican American Steel StMIliotjndries Foundries company companyThe CO 11JlillnyThe companyrime
The paper mentioned asserts aa that the theoffice theofttce theomce
office will pay 50 50 N salary Mr MrSchwab rSchab MrSchwab
Schwab is at present traveling in Eu Europe BuI u urope ¬
rope ropeStill 1
Still Finding Bodies at t Ferule FeruleFernle FernieFernie PernieFertile
I Fertile B O ClIiv C J Msj ajr IL aLUp Up to date dat 119 119bodies t tbodJes 1libodles
bodies have been recovered from the theCrows theCros theCrows
Crows Nest t Pass mine About thirty thirtyfive thirtyIIT thirtyflve
five < are still tlil I in the depths the greater greaterpart orI greaterpart
I part of which are now under water waterThe waterThe ater aterI
The miners are now no satisfied that the theinquiry th thinquiry theinquiry
inquiry which the government has be begun begun begun ¬
gun into the cause of th disaster at atthe atmine5 atI
I the mines will be thorough and impar impartlal imparThE ImparI
I tlal tlalThe tialI
I The character of the evidence < intro introduced IntrodU lntoI ¬
I minced dU ed at the coroners coronrlIinquealt inquest and the theattitude tb tbttitude thekatt1tude
katt1tude attitude of the government represents representatje rtpresentaet
tje te et at the inquiry show a disposition disposition4o disposition44o
44o 4o ascertain as ftrtaln where blame if any anyshould an anshJUld
1 should be placed plal d
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1 OFFILIRINO OFFILIRINOAfulnaldos 0 OFFILEPIN0Agwna1dosForiur F FlttPlN O OAgui
Afulnaldos Agui Agwna1dosForiur Oat dos Former F ornil r Swrfcify SwrfcifyBefore Sl SortafyBefor rllttry rllttryBefor
Befor Philippine Cimmisifo CimmisifoANNEXATION CtlinHstat Cnzsia CnzsiANNEXATIONOR
11 7A4KK2TON MlBI 1HWTONMgY1Fe11PC OK May 7 1L Felipe Buen Buencamlne BueDv1 Bueni
v1 i camlne ca former secretary of state staten
n in Agulnaldos lcW cabinet was as heard heardtoday heUdt heardtOday
today through th h an interpreter by the thebouse theMaR thehouse
4 4Chairman
MaR committee on insular affairs affairsChairman afra1rsChairman
Chairman Cooper asked Senor Buen Buencamino Bueneamine
camino wbY he had come to the theUnited theUnitedStates United UnitedStates Unitedtates =
States tates He said he h was as her here represent representing lePre resentlug ent entInS ¬
InS the federal party and andthe the Influen Influential intIuential inIuenflat ¬
tial elements eie nebts of the insurgents Jnsurg ftts and the theKatipunan theKatipUDaD theKattpunau
Katipunan society societyWe oetetyW 3 3w
We W would 9uld like to know what we weare Welel weare
are said lel fee with emphasis l Are we weAmericans wemeritan weAmericans
Americans Or orare are we Filipinos This Thisis
is the question impressed Impres edupon upon me by bythe byparty
the federal party and by the Filipino L Le
Jfeppfe JfeppfeHe
He e approved the plan of legislative legislativeassembly legislatheembly legislativeaernb1y
assembly of the Filipino people but butsaKThe butral j
saKThe said ral h do not call it a Filipino as assembly ¬ ij ijenIy
sembly 17 let t the members meet as asAmericans asAmer1c asAineri
Americans Amer1c Aineri ns ans and let the assembly be beAmericans beAJilerkana beAmericans
Americans AmericansSenor AJilerkanaSeDor I ISenor
Senor Buencamino spoke of the many manyschools manyiiChool manyschools
schools and the improved educational educationalmethods educationalmethods educationalmethods
methods the Filipino families no longer longerHading long r rcUng i iftdtng
Hading cUng it necessary to send their chil children chlldren hil hildr ¬
dren n to Manila as the local schools schoolswere schoolswere 1 j jwere
were ample Instead of 1200 1208Ameri 1200Americanteachers American Americanteachers < an anteachers
teachers he said there should be 6000 6000and 6000aDd 6000and
and the salaries should be doubled dou led in inorder inorder inorder
order to secure the bt f t material materialSpeaking matertalSpeaklDc materialSpeaking
Speaking of education be said the thefriars thefrlans thefriars
friars were hostile h stile to the American Americangovernment Amerkangovernment Americangovernment
government On O Palm Sunday he as asserted aserted assorted ¬
sorted the friars had told the people peoplein
in the confessional that the cholera ex existed exI8tee existed ¬
isted only m the minds of the Ameri Americans Amerifor Amencalm ¬
cans for the tbereason reason he said that the thefriars theftJars thefriars
friars desired cholera to spread in or order ordel ordee ¬
del that t their fees fee for various attend attendance atltndirice attendaiiee ¬
ance and ceremonies might mi < ht be in increased inc increased ¬
creased creasedAmong c creasedAmong eaRdAmoDlt
Among the statements he made were werethe werethe werethe
the following followingEightyfive followIngElghtyftvl followingEightyfive
Eightyfive per cent of the people peopleare peoplare peopleare
are illiterate and cannot read or orwrite orwrite orwrIte
write writeAre
Are the people capable at this time timeof timeof timeof
of independent selfgovernment selfgovernmentIt nt ntIt
It would not be advisable he said saidturning saidturning saidturning
turning to the map of the t th archipelago archipelagoRussia archipelagoRusai I IRussia
Russia was near at hand at Port Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur Japan also was near Australia Australiaand Australiaand Australiaand
and other British possessions were werenearby WereIRar werenearby
nearby nearbyBesides IRar S SBes4es
IRarBest4es Besides he said Great Britain Britainand Britainarut Britainand
and Germany had on file at the Ameri Amerioan Ameri44partment Amengje4
oan gje4 state department large e claims for fordamage fO C C1fIQW1ng Cdaa
damage growing out of the bombard bombardment bombard0If bombardiaimtof ¬
ment iaimtof of hole etc etcSunpase etcthe etcthe
Sunpase the United State tate tetl abandons abandonsaVheaatd aba ndonl ndonld t ti
aVheaatd i Id d ben all those thO le clafep c1atpatrJ T ill ill0BJtnst ma illthe
a ts 0BJtnst the th Philtpptntw Philtpptntwsquadrons PhU PhUw Phi1t4tussWw
w Ww squadrons squadronstr bjn bjnXe
Xi > tr Jotes dt of Virginia questioned u stluned the ihowitness t themieu h ha C
witness aCtenath a length ae to the responsibility responsibilityfor
for the recent outbreak Preparation Pr > par8don for forwar forwar forwar
war were begun by Aguinaldo as early as asOctober as9ttobtr as9ctober
October 9ttobtr 1886 the witness witne s said saidAsked saidllked saidAsked
Asked who were the slayers of General GeneralLuna Gen GeneralLuna ral ralLuaa
Luna the witness asked to be excused excusedto excusedssrtng
ssrtng an answer would require rer rerene rereneto > ren rento
to Aguinaldo who was now no a pn prioner prionerand on r rand tand
and an enemy enem of the > witness He said saidhowever aid aidhowever ni niboweverthat
however boweverthat that Aguinaldo was wa seventyfive seventyfivemiles seventyfivemiles
miles away awayAsked awayAked awayAsked
Asked if the Filipinos after fter three or orfour ortour orfour
four years of American tutelage could couldstand couldf1and couldstand
stand alone Senor Bupncamino Bu + nca mtno said aid they theywould t theywould h + y ywould <
would be able by that time to determine determinewhether dftt determinewhether > lmine lminehether
whether they tht wanted annexation to the theUnited th theUnited i iUnited
United States or independence independenceThe ldeOfndfncfThfO
The federal party to which hieh he h belonged belongedopposed bionge1opposed Iongl 5 5oppotted
opposed the holding boldln of th > Philippines as assn me mean
an American colony c lony About bout 15 1 per rent rentOf rentof Iot f fOf
Of the people be said ald favored a colonial colonialgovernment colonIalgovernmint oi nlill nlillof111mnt <
government of111mnt He said < aid American troops troopscould troopcould troopecould
could be withdrawn ultimately ex expert ept eptfrdm ii iifrdm l lfrOm
frdm the More > oro country where they th < y would wouMhave f fbae t thave
have to remain for a long time timeMr timeMr l lMr
Mr Patterson of Colorado brought out outthat If f ftbat i
that the witness had come om + for forthe the th fedrral fedrralparty fedrralparty 1 1party
party which paid his hi expense xpens The Thefederal Th Thfederal Thefederal
federal party favored annexation and if ifthe Ifth Ifthe
the th pending bill did not contemplate an annexation ann annexation ¬
nexation n xatton but instead established e a acolonial acolonial acolonial
colonial form of the government the wit witnews witflees it itneI
news said he did not approve this feature featureAsked fpatuTAsked featureAsked
Asked by Senator Boveridge for his hi es estimate s ¬ 1 1timate f ftlmate
timate of the character of General Bell Bellthe lIe f fthe Kthe
the witness replied repliedI i iI
I have known General Bell intimately intimatelyfor intimatehfor
for twentyeight years Hra and I have ha never neverknown ncr neverknown 5 5known
braver humane T Tknow rknow Iknow
known a or more man
know personally that he h was anxious that thatthere thatthere j jthere
there should be no 11 unnecessary suffering sufferingon 1IfOrin 1IfOrinon m mon
on the part of the tl1 people p + ople of O f Batangas Batangasand < 2 2and
and Laguna LagunaHe 4 4IIc
He said in reply to questions < from Sen Senator 84 5natot n nator ¬ 1
ator Beveridge Be ridc that the conduct of the theAmerican t thaAmerican h 00 00Amfrlc8n
American officers offk in the Philippines Philippinesbeen had hadbeen I Ibeea
been uniformly kind and considerate considerateVOLCANO C dcrate 1 4 4I
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Seattle Wash WuILM WaahMay Mty r 31 31Mount Mount R Rdotrtrt Rdo Rdoubt
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doubt do a lofty peak on the coat of ofCook ofCook
Cook inlet is again inactive In active volcanic volcaniceruption volcanicenaptJoo volcaniceruption
eruption It belched forth a great grea t vol volume volume velumne ¬
ume of fire brimstone and smoke on onthe 011the onthe
the afternoon of May a 3 3The 3The 3The
The mountain has been in eruption eruptionfor
for the past two months but advices advicesreceived advicereceived advicesreceived
received today from the north state statethat statethat statethat
that it t was W at its worst on the day daynamed cia daynamed v vIllUDed
named The ashes fell thick as snow at atKenai atKen t tKenai
Kenai Ken fifty miles away and the whole wholemountain wholemountain t tmountain
mountain range and the greater part of ofthe 01tbe oftthe
the coast were hidden from view by bydesa a adense adense
dense desa e pall of smoke smokeBTJSSKLL mokeRUSSELL smokeBUSSELL
New York May 31 nRuell Russell Sage Sagewho Sagewho Sagewho
who has been confined eon Ded to his home for forsome foreome forsome
some days was so much improved to toay to tothat today
day ay that he h took a drive through Cen Central CeDtraJ Cciitralrk ¬
tral tralrk Bark f
+ Special to The Herald HeraldUs HeraldRICRFIELDKai 4 4ICF1ELD
RICRFIELDKai ICF1ELD May 31CUfton Spicer of Monroe a dentist who learned learnedfe + =
4 Us profession fe in Salt Lake islhe 9ute hero of a romantic episode episo e that thatis thatis +
+ is today the most t poputer subject of conversion in Sevier county count countHe +
4 He was as and presumably hi fe in love with a belle of Richfield and he em emplayed emt emt +
t played PNY an unusnki un method to ascertain her sentiments toward him himA himA himA +
+ A few f evenings ago he called l1ed on his young lady love > and asked her to toname toname +
4 name theeventful the eventful day She evaded by saying she was as too young In Invain Invain Invain +
+ vain the ardentlever ardellt1 ftr pleaded but it availed him naught nau ht Then drawing drawinga + c
+ a pistol pistoJ1Ie he fired by he e side of ofhis his head and fell f 1l as though thou h he had been beenpierced beent 4 4r
t r + pierced by the l leaden missile mi sIJe The young lady Breamed and drew at attention atI ¬ +
1 4 tention With frantic grief she > related that her suitor had shot himself himselfHelp himselfHelP himselfHelp +
+ Help was was secartedand the young man man was carried carri d into the house when it itwas itwas 4 4was
+ was found that he was not injured He had only shammed being shot shotand shotand 4
4 + and had the satisfaction sat rfaction of knowing that he loved not in vain vainThe vainThe vainThe +
+ The young lady consented to a union but her parents objected obj cted and andan andan 4 F Fan
+ an elopement was planned The parents learned of the affair and inter interposed ¬ + Q Qpo
4 posed a parental obstacle that prevented the th < little romance romanceThis romaneeThis 4 F
4 This seemed se med more than the young man cr could > uld stand up under and h hproceeded hI hIto 4 4proceeded
+ proceeded to drown his hi sorrow orr in drirk 11 > invited a number numb of f fiei fIIdto ls lsto +
+ to partake of the allayer of his woes and the lot made such a disturb disturbance disturbanee ¬ 4 4anee
+ anee that they th y were invited to take a treat at th bar of his honor honorJudge i iTpqe
4 Judge Hutching which hich cost them the th price of several glasses aef3 of red redwater rtdfat 4 4ater +
+ water fat ater r Mr Spuef is a firm believer in th bards old adage that the thecourse thecounre +
4 course of true love never > r did run smooth smoothi +
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