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CHEAP SKATES SKATESWERE SKATESWERE
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t Horde of Hungry Relatives Feed Feedat Feedat Feedat
at Public Crib in Idaho IdahoSOME IdahoSOME
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SOME LEGISLATION NEEDED NEEDEDBOISE NEEDEDBOISE
4 43OISE
BOISE WANTS TO EXTEND ITS ITSCITT ITSCITY ITSCITY
CITY ITiVTTTS ITiVTTTSSpecial LIMITSSpecial LThIITSSpecaI
Special to The Herald HeraldBOISE HeraldBOISE
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OISE Ida Jan IT 17The The early earlyelection earlyele earlyelection
BOISE
election ele tfon of a United States St ts senator senatorhas senatorhu8 I Ihas
has left the legislators with lots lotsof lotsof I Iof
of time on their hands and they have havenot havenot I
not as a yet settled down to business businessThe businessThe businessThe
The last Democratic Democr tlc state stateplatform platform was wasspecific wasspPd wasEpeJIfic
specific spPd c In Its pledges of f support to tocertain tocertain tocertain
certain measures s and these are all be being being belug ¬
ing Introduced for legislative action actionAmong actionAmong actionAmong
Among these may be mentioned the theproposed theproposed theproposed
proposed constitutional amendment for forthe forthe forthe
the Initiative and referendum to be besubmitted besubmitted besubmitted
submitted tola to a vote of the people peoplelf if a atwothirds atwothlrdsmajority atwothirds
twothirds twothlrdsmajority majority can be mustered musteredfor musteredfor musteredfor
for it in eadh branch of the legislature legislatureThe JegIslatureThe legislatureThe
The Democrats will put up as strong a afight af ar
f r fight for this measure as their num numbers numbt numbrs ¬
bers bt > rs are capable of At the last ses session session session ¬
sion of the legislature this measure measurefailed measurefailed measurefailed
failed of passage through the senate
being opposed by the solid Republican Republicanmembership RepubUcanmemberShip Republicanmembership
membership If the Republicans de defeat defeat defeat ¬
feat it this timesit time It will assuredly be become becomea become ¬
come comea a recognized party Issue In this thisstate thisetate
11 state In his speech before the joint jointsession jointsession jointsession
session at the time of the senatorial senatorialelection senatorIalelection cenatorialelection
election Hon W E Borah gave the theproposition theproposItion theproposition
proposition his warm and earnest sup support support support ¬
port in advocating the enlargement of ofthe
the power of the people in the govern government government governmenL ¬ I
ment This stand of the most popular popularRepublican popularRopubIIan
Republican nopubll an leader leade In the th state may
I
have some effect upon the final vote voteon voteon ote oteon
on the me measure I
Flagrant Nepotism NepotismIdaho NepotismIdaho Nepotismperintendent
Idaho is i cursed with a class of cheap cheappoliticians cheappolltIclans cheappoliticions
politicians In bqth parties who no nosooner noooner nosooner
sooner are elected to an office than they
begin to foist their aunts their sisters sistersand sistersJ sistersU sistersand
J U and their cousins onto the public pay payrolls payThis payrolls ¬
rolls This was such a flagrant abuse abuseunder abuseunder abuseunder
under n v last Democratic
administra administration admlnlstra1Ion ¬
J tion that Senator McBeth introduced a I
bill in Inrne the senate to suppress it But Butthe
p the e present state officials are even do doing doing dolog ¬ 1
ing worse In this regard than their theirpredecessors theirpredecessors theirpredecessors
predecessors The new state school su superintendent superintendent soFlagrant ¬
perintendent Miss Scott has appointed appointedher
her sister her assistant Associate Jus Justice Justice Justire ¬
tice Stockslager has appointed his hismotherinlaw hismotherInlaw hismotherInlaw
motherinlaw state librarian although althoughthere althoughthere althoughthere
there are people who say she Is a resi resident resldEnt resident ¬
dent of Missouri Attorney General GeneralBagley GegeralBagley GeeraiBagley
Bagley has named his son for his ste stenographer stenographer stenographer ¬
nographer and one of the pages of the
house bears the same name Hunt as asthe asth asthe
the th speaker There are a goodly num ¬
ber of ofpeopie people disgusted with this evi evidence evId evidene ¬
dence d 1ce that t at certain people look upon uponpublicofficeas uponpublie pon
publicofficeas publie JubllcootUce oftice as a private snap Senator Senator1cBetWs
MeBeths MC eth8 bill should be resurrected and andshould andshould andshould I
should be naada madth6Iaw tha Jaw
Fo PofGrea For Greater Gr it ±
rtsf srL < r Boise BoiseThe BoiseThelt BoiseThe
The Thelt city 1ly council counelihas has passed aresblu aresblution a aresbition resolu resolution
tion asking the legislature to amend amendthe amendthe amendthe
the chanter so that the city limits can canhe canbe canbe
be extended exten ed The first fruits of this thismeasure thIsmeasure thismeasure
measure will be the extension of the
limits eastward to take In about a asquare asquare asquare
square mile of populous territory in including Induding ineluding ¬
eluding the natatorium This will in increase Inrease Increase ¬
crease the population of the city by
fully 2000 and will Ill also add much to tothe tothc
the taxable wealth of Boise as a large largenumber largenumber largenumber
number of Boises most wealthy men menlive men11e menlive
live In the territory which will be as assuredly aszmredly asnuredly ¬
suredly annexed Under the present presentcharter presentbarter presentcharter
charter the additional territory could couldonly couldr couldonly
r only be annexed upon a petition ana anavote anaote anevote
vote ote of the residents thereof the pro proposed prot proposed ¬
posed amendment will give the people peoplevvlthin peoplewithin
t I within the present limits an equal voice
I In h the matter of extension This an annexation annexation annexation ¬
nexation will be the first important importantstep importantstep importantstep
step for a Greater Boise it will vU be
followed by renewed activity of the thechamber
chamber of commerce to secure fac facIf facI
If I torIes railroads and other enterprises enterprisesto enter rlses rlsesto
to aid Boise to become a great central centralcity ctntrolcity centralcity
city between Salt Lake and Portland PortlandRUSSIA PortlandRUSSIA
0 GD Q QRUSSIA
RUSSIA TAKES TAI < ES FIRM STAND STANDGreat STANDGreat i iGreat
Great Britains Bluff on the Sugar SugarQuestion SugarQuestion SugarQuestion
Question Called CalledSt CalledSt
St Petersburg Jan 17 1iRu 1TRusia Russia sla has hasreplied hasreplied hasreplied
replied to tho British note of Nov 30 3 3last
last on the subject of the sugar con convention conention on onventlon ¬
vention She reiterates the views
ex expressed expressed exDressed ¬
pressed in previous notes says she con conEiders considers
siders the British contentions conten Ions to be at attempts attempts attempts ¬
tempts to Interfere in her domestic leg ¬
islation and repudiates the idea that
another state may ma in its own interest InterestJress
press for a change in Russian internal
legislation or in the event of Russia Russianot Russinnot
not agreeing to Its proposals that it itcan Itan itan
can an penalize Russias products without withoutviolating withoutViolating I I
violating existing commercial treaties
The note declares that Russia can in
no eventuality eentuallt give her adhesion to
the Brussels agreement and concludes
As Great Britain declines arbitra ¬
tion tio and as the penalty clause cannot caimot
be applied to Russian R sIan sugar until the
international commission declares the
Russian system to be a bounty system systemany s systemany stem stemany
any further exchange of views before
the commission settles the positions positionswould positionsyould
would not be productive of results
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CHARGES AGAIfjST AGAI ST A ACHINESE ACHINESE ABrooklyn
I CHINESE INSPECTOR INSPECTORWashington INSPECTORWashington INSPECTORWashington
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Washington Jan 17 17Commlssloner 17CommissionerGeneral Commissioner I
General Sargent of the immigration immigrationbureau immigrationbureau i
bureau has filed charges against Rulph RulphIzzard nulphIzzard
Izzard Chinese inspector stationed at atBrooklyn atDrookbn atCHARGES I
Brooklyn N Y Among other things thingsIzzard thingsIzzard I IIzzard
Izzard is charged with being In I league leaguewith leaguevith leaguewith
with persons interested in smuggling smuggllnChinese
Chinese into this country It is said
that the business of f smuggling Chinese
for a consideration has covered a long
Tfriod of time and the department be bet ¬
t lieves that the evidence of guilt Is Isconclusive Isf isconclusive
conclusive Izzard lz zard has been summoned summonedt
f t to Washington and has been furnished furnishedwith furnishedwith furnishedwith
with a copy op of the charges
WILL PARALYZE PARALYZECOAL PARALYZECOAL PARALYZECOAL
COAL COMBINE COMBINEChicago COMBINEChicago
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Chicago Grand Jury Votes Forty FortyIndictments FortyIndictments FortyIndictments
Indictments IndictmentsLIST IndictmentsLIST
4 4LIST
LIST OF NAMES NOT GIVEN GIVENWABRANTS GIVENW GIVENwARIANTS
WABRANTS W ItRANTS WILL BE SERVED SEBVEDEABLT SERVEDEARLY SERVEDEARLY
EARLY NEXT sx WEEK WEEKr WEEKCHICAGO WIEKmCAGO
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CHICAGO Jan 17 17Forty Forty indict indictments Indictments ¬
r CHICAGO 4 ments have been voted by the thecia spe special ¬
cial cia grand jury which during the thelast thelast
last week wee has ha been investigating the thecauses tpe tiecauses I Icauses
causes of the shortage of coal in this thiscity th thcity s scity
city No names were given out It Itbeing Itbeing i
being declared by States Attorney AttorneyDlneen AttorneyDlneen I IDIneen
Dlneen that Inasmuch as the indict indictments IndIctments indictinents ¬
ments had been merely voted and not notreturned notreturned notreturned
returned no list of the accused men menwould menwould menwould
would be announced before 10 oclock oclockMonday oclockIonday oclockMonday
Monday morning when the jury will willreconvene wIUreconvene willreconvene
reconvene It is said that among the themen themen themen
men against whom it Is the inten intention Int intention n ntlon ¬
tion to return indictments are many manywho manywho
who stand high In the business and andsocial andsocial andsOcial I
social world This fact was given by
the states attorney as one reason why whyno whyno
no list of the accused men would be begiven begiven begiven
given out tonight tonightAn tonightAn tonightAn
An adjournment was taken from 6 6to 6to 6to
to 9 oclock and when the body met at atthe atthe atthe
the latter hour it simply went over the
list of names and voted to return In Indictments Indictments fl fldictments ¬
dictments
Voted True Bills
Early in the afternoon it became evi evident evident ¬
dent that the jury had made up its itsmind Itsmind Itsmind
mind that true bills should be brought broughtI
in and coal men found cause for dis disconsolation disconSlation dinconsolation
consolation in three sinister facts
States Attorney DIneen ordered Clerk
Lawson La wson of the criminal court to waive
the Saturday halfholiday and keep all
his men at their respective posts for foran foran foran
an emergency Deputy Sheriff Kuns Kunsreceived KunsreceIved Kunsreceived
received similar instructions and was
told to keep all his deputies in readi readiness readiness rcadiness ¬
ness to serve whatever might be de decided decided ¬
cided on Assistant States Attorney
Barnes who is the indictment expert expertJ exjertof
J of > f the office was locked in his private privateroom privateroom I
room with a stenographer and a pile pileof pileof pileof J
of legal blanks
Evidence of Combination CombinationIn
In analyzing the evidence to which
it has been listening to for a week the thejurors theJurQrs thejurqrs
JurQrs believed they had found a com ¬
bination existing among the operators
the jobbers the wholesalers and the theretailers theretaiJer theretai1er
retailers covering he course of the thecoal thecoal thecoal
coal supply from the mines to the cus customer customer custamer ¬
tomer They also found that under understandings understandings understandings ¬
standings existed between the th opera ¬
tors of the various states the Illinois
Coal Operators association and the
Northern Illinois Soft Coal Operators Operatorsassociation Oeratorsas Oieratorsassociation
association as soc iat Ion being in collusion with the
Indiana Coal Operators association in inan inan inan
an attempt to govern the whole bi I
luminous tqn tgq a pupp1y supply of the two states
What appllcatlon applicatl n the conspiracy act actcombination actcould
could hav have o local de dealers ers and opera operatore t i
tore in th fact Of the fatt that the thecombinatjn I
combination corn lnt1Qn is general gelet l was as the th hard harddtiegllOn hardQUemOli hardqtS1hni
dtiegllOn for forthe the jurors hut u the attor attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
neys explained that as soon soon as the thecoal thecoal thecoal
coal was brought Into Illinois the
pos possessor posSEssor possessor ¬
sessor who in any way restrained trade
is amenable With this Interpretation t
in mind the jury continued the taking taklnEt t
of corroborative testimony j
Retailers on the Back BackThe RackThe BackThe
The Retails Dealers Association of
j Illinois and Wisconsin was the sub ¬
ject oflong of A long examination and consid consideration consIderatlon consldoration ¬
oration This association consists of ofsmaller otsmaller ofsmaller
smaller dealers around Chicago but
the members denied before the Jury
that there had been any agreement agreementconcerning agreementconcerning agreementconcerning
concerning the maintenance malnt nance of a sched schedule sch schedule d dule ¬
ule The object of the organization it itwas Itwas itwas
was urged was to arrange for an anequitable anequitable anequitable
equitable supply and to furnish re reports reports reports ¬
ports of the credit reputation of con consumers consumers consumers ¬
sumers After fter hearing the two wit witnesses witnesees vItnesses ¬
nesses who were called before the jury
j the remainder of the morning was wasused wasused nasused
j used by the jury in the consideration considerationof
of the wording of the report
When the jury reconvened in the aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon witnesses were called in to tostrengthen tostrengthen tostrengthen
strengthen several points pointsAt pointsAt JointsAt
At 6 oclock tonight the examination examinationof
of witnesses for corroborative testi testimony tcstlmon testimany ¬
many mon was finished and the jury ad ¬
journed for a fourhour recess
The indictments were promptly voted votedwhen votedwhen votedwhen
when the jury met again but no of ¬
ficial announcement of the results resultscould resultscould resultscould
could be obtained obtainedGuilty obtatncdGuilty obtainedGuilty
Guilty of Conspiracy ConspiracyIn
In the report which the special grand
jury fur is to make Monday it is asserted
the federal grand jury Is urged to in investigatemore investigatemore investigate ¬
vestigatemore vestigate more thoroughly the actions actionsof
of the coal men In addition to being
guilty of conspiracy it itls 2s ls said the thecoal
coal barons have also grievously vio Io ¬
lated the antitrust laws and the Inter Interstate interstate interstate ¬
state commerce laws JawsIt lawsIt
It Is because of the Illinois mens
dealings with the Indiana Coal Opera ¬
tors association that the federal grand
Jury may be asked to act for it is by
such dealings that the interstate comj corn cornmerce
merce laws have been violated violatedSEVEN I ISEVEN
11 iii iiiSEVEN
SEVEN DEATHS REPORTED REPORTEDSituation REPORTEDSituation REPORTEDSituation
Situation at Plaguestriekan n Mazat Mazatlan MlZatIan lilazatIan
Ian Unchanged
Mazatmn Mex lex Jan 17 HThere There were wereseven wereseven
seven deaths from the plague today toda and I
tho number of patients at Lazarettos la
fifty The situation continues con tin ues the same
Busln Business g jj practically pracUcall suspended sus ended and the themalority thema10rlty themalority I
malority of the Inhabitants ai a 11 still stilljv stillap stillaw
jv ap aw f v Money nnev beelns to come In for the therelief thereUe therelief
relief of the poor poo and is most welcome welcometittnerous welcometmerouscontrlouUons
tittnerous tmerouscontrlouUons contributions from all over tile thwrcDubllc thurcubll tilercnubliq
rcDubllc arc being bel 1 acknowledged by the th thauthorities
local authorities authoritiesSUNDAY authoritiesSUNDAY
II II IISUNDAY
SUNDAY CLOSING LAW LAWMontana LAWrilontana
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Montana Liquor Dealers Raising a aSlush aSlush aSlush
Slush Fund FundButte FundBulte FundButte
Butte Mont Jan 17 17A A Great Kalis Kalisspecial 1alisspecial RaUsspeclal
special says the State Liquor Mns I ns asso assoelation assoclatfon assoelation
elation has decided to fight the Sunday
closing dosl > Jaw which will soon s on be introduced
In tho legislature legislatureA 1 lslature lslatureA
A tax of 10 each has been levied against againstall a lnst lnstall
all men in the liquor business in the thestate thtttnt thestate
state tnt and the fund will be used to Cisht Cishtthe CfAhtthe fihtthe
the passage of the bill
SALTLAKE SAlt AKE MAN MANFOUIIY MANFOUIIYSpecial FOUlLY MURDERD MURDERDSpecIal
+ Special to The Herald HeraldvOELjANGELES HeraldLO Reraldr +
r vOELjANGELES OSANGELES ANGELESJan Jan 17 liThe The body of aman a man was as found today lying lyingtil iyingA
A LO L til tthe the waters edge on Boschke island In San Pedro bay Bruises BruIsesier t tcr
1 over ier cr the left eye ey and on the side of the head indicated foul play + t
+ J H HPDWerz Power and Frank Nfelson lon grocers of San Pedro have identified the theremains 1 i iremains
4 remains as those of a man who came from Salt Lake City about five fivemon + t tmonmago
4 monmago mon monQisago p8ago He Hcwas was known to them only by the name of Jack They Theysay Theysay + +
4 + say y he was a regular customer eustom r of theirs and always paid cash for his hispurchases hispurchases + +
4 purchases although apparently not engaged in any sort of employment employmentHeaPdeared employmentHe + + f
+ He HeaPdeared appeared to be In comfortacle circumstances and often talked of rel relntivcs + f
4 + 4 atives and friends In Utah without mentioning any names namesJ namesH +
J I + Hewas H HewasabOUt wasabout about 40 yearsold years old weighed about 180 pounds was six feet teettwo feet + t
4 4 two inches tall and had dak hair and a light red mustache There have hav havbeen havebeen +
4 been many mysterious murders at San Pedro lately arid this Is believed believedi +
li i 4 4 to be the latest of a series of foul crimes crimesI + t
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AN ADVOCATE ADVOCAT1Of OF OfANARCI1Y OfANARCI1YExSenator ANARCHY 4NARCIIYExSenator
v vExSenator
ExSenator Wolcott of Colorado in inHis His True LightAdvises light Advies Un Unseating Unseating Unseating
seating of Democrats on Trumped TrumpedUp T rnped rnpedv >
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1 ENVJ3R YE Jan 17 17Former iForm Former r United Unitedi Unite Unitet UnitedStates
DEN D IJ States Senator S nator Edward O Wol Wolcott Wolcott VolI
cott cott wtfipIs whi 5 a > candidate crindI nd1date e for f r elec election eleeion lec lection ¬
tion as successor success r to Henry7M HeTIry I Teller Tellerhas Te Te11erhas 11 r rhasissu
has hasissu issued d an appeal appe l to the the Republican Republicanmembers R Republicanmembers P bIIcan bIIcanmembers
members of the house to unite and ex expel expel expci
pel seventeen Democratic members memberswhose memberst memberswhose
whose seats are arecont contested sted Otherwise Otherwisehe
he declares a Democrat will will be elected electedsenator electedsenator electedsenator
senator A majority of the seventeen seventeenmembers sevente h hmembers hmembers
members of the house who are sup supporting SUDporting supporting ¬
porting Wolcotf Wolcotthave have sighed an agree agreement agreement agreement ¬
ment ment that that they wilUyote wJllavotefirst first last and andall andall andall
all the time for him for United St States Statessenator Statessenator tes tessenator
senator and will not ot cast a vote for forany forany I Iany
any other candidate candidateRepresentative candidateRepresentative candidateRepresentative
Representative Frewen the Wolcott
leader in the house has hasservcd served an anoral anoral anoral
oral peremptory notice to Chairman Ch lrman
Breckenridge of the house committee committeeon
on privileges and elections to the ef ¬
fect that unless the committee report
In favor of arbitrarily unseating all
the Democratic members from Arapa
hoe county and unless unless the vote on un unseating unseating n nseating ¬
seating the fifteen men menbe be e made joint ¬
ly instead of otseparately separately the Wolcott Wolcottmen Wolcottmen Wolcottmen
men will not vqte to seat a single Re Republican Republican ¬
publican
Will Work Both Ways WaysAll WaysAll WaysAll
All the Democratic senators but one
have pledged themselves to unseat a
Republican senator for every Demo Democratic Democratic Democratie ¬
cratic member of the house unseated unseatedman u unseatedman u eated eatedman
man for man so long as Republican Republicansenators Republicansenators
senators remain upon which retaliation retaliationcan n ncan
can be had hadConcerning hadConcerning hadConcerning
Concerning this proposed policy of ofretaliation ofretaliation ofretaliation
retaliation Mr Wolcott in his address
to the Republicans says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The threatened Importation into the thestate thestate thestate I
state senate by Democrats of the
bloody methods which have forever I
blackened thegood the good name of the state stateof stateof
of Kentucky must not swerve us The Thepatriotic I t
patriotic p triotic Republicans R in the state sen I
Washington Jan 17 liImportaqt Important con conferences conferences conferences ¬
ferences were were held today between the thepresident theJ thej4esident
president J j4esident esident and prominent members of ofthe ofthe
the senate regarding the legislative legislativeprospect legislativeprospect legislativeprospect
prospect for the he remainder of the ses session session session ¬
sion President Roosevelt is s anxious anxiousto
to have enacted some antitrust legis legislation legislation legislation ¬
lation and to secure secure the ratification of ofthe oftht ofthe
the > Cuban reciprocity treaty Such as assurances assurances assurances ¬
surances as are possible at this hi time
have been given him that both of his
desires would be fulfilled fulfilledIn
In course of an interview today Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Burrows of Michigan who w last lastspring lastsprIng lastspring
spring led the opposition to the rfeci rfeciprocity r rciprocity cI cIproeity
procity legislation told the president presidentthat
that with possibly one exception the thenineteen thenineteen thenineteen
nineteen senators who opposed that
legislation would support the pending pendingreciprocity pendingrclproclty
reciprocity treaty as asamended amended He had hadno hadno hadno
no doubt that the treaty would wouldbe be rati ratified raUfiea
flea as he was assured that no serious seriousopposition seriousopposition
opposition was to be expected from fromBOTTOM fromBOTTOM fromBOTTOM
BOTTOM JlF OF THE OCEAN I
NOT FOREIGN COUNTRY COUNTRYWashington COUNTRYWashington
Washington Jan 17 17The The ThC treasury treasurydepartment tr treasurydepartment asu y
department has ha decided thatthe that the bot bottom bottom bottorn ¬
tom of the Pacific ocean Is not a aforeign aforeign
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foreign country within the meaning meaningof m anlng anlngof
of the tariff In laws WS and hence repair repaircable repaircable I tcabl
cable cabl imported Tjy the tl1 Commercial Pa Pacific Pachic ¬
chic Cable company cannot annot be with withdrawn wIthqrawn withdrawn ¬
drawn from a 1 bonded bonqed warehouse for forrepair forrepair 1 1repair
repair work without the payment of ofduty ofduty
duty The law aw specifically says ys that thatin thatin hatIn I
in order to be entitled en ltJ d to free ir e exprta exprtatlon exp rta rtatlo
tlon tlo the goods must be 1aJged landed In a aforeign at aforeign I
foreign or lgn country which fact must be beverified bevirlfied t tj
verified by b the U e certificate c of a United UnitedStates J j
UnitedI
States consul co ur In the th country where the thegoods thegods thegoods I
goods are landed The rate r te of dutyi duty i
is 35 per cent ad valorem v Jorem
ate are loyal to their th lrP parity pa f and a djh djhare they th thare
are able backed bac ed byjaiRepublican bf Jlep bllcan bllcanernor gov governor
ernor to take car of themselves themselvesMondaythebayv tlL S hi hiMonday
Mondaythebayv Monday IondayMany the jay VP VPMany Tti
Many of the seventeen sev nteen Republican Republicanmembers Repu Republicanmembers lican licanmembers
members of the house who are op opposed opposed opposed ¬
posed to Wolcotfselections YolcoUrs elections arepledged arepledgednot are pledged pledgednot
not to vote for him under any oircum oircumstancesand ctrcumstances circurnstancesand
stancesand stances and willTiot wm not join in any caucus ca caucusor cus
for or the th purpose of selecting a asena asenatorlal sena senatorial senatonal ¬
tonal candidate candidateIf
If the Republican factions fall faUtoget faUtogettogeth toget togettogether to get gettogether
together togeth r Senator Teller will Vbe re reelected reelEleted
elected e cted or a deadlock d adlock will result resul1Wbich resul1Wbichm resultwhichmay which whichmay
may m prevent pr vcnt an election of senator at atthis atthis atthis
this session sessionThe stsslonThe sessionThe
The hSuse committee on elections eleetlonawin eleetlonawinmake will willmake wiJ1make
make its 1 s 5 report on the contested seats seatsnext seatsnext seatsnext
next Monday londa and it is the intention intentionof
of the th Republicans Repub cans to have it acted acteduP acteduPon up upon upon
on by b t the house on that day as the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first ballot for senator will be taken takennext takennext takennext
next Tuesday TuesdayAnswer TuesdayAnswer i iAnswer
Answer to Wolcott WolcottPhilip WolcottPhilip i iPhllip
Philip B Stewart chairman of the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization which is opposing the theelection th thelection thelection
election of Mr lr Wolcott Voll < Jtt to the UntedStates Unted UnitedStates UntedStates
States senate tonight gave out outa a astate astatemerit state statement ¬
ment in answer to Mr 1r Wolcotts state statement statement statemeat ¬
ment He declared that It was gen generally generally genemIly ¬
erally understood during the recent recentcampaign reentcampaignln recentcampaign
campaign campaignln in the state that MrWol MrWolcotf Mr Ir Vol Wolcotf Volcotf ¬
cotf would not be the Republican Republicanchoice Re1ubllcanchoice Reiublicanchoice
choice for senator and in some coun counties counties counties ¬
ties th the Republican candidates candi ates were werepledged wererledged were7ledged
pledged to oppose him and onthis onthisunderstanding on this tblsunderstanding 1 1linderstanding
understanding supported by Mrv Mr Ir Wol Wolcotts Wol1 Wolcotts ¬
cotts absence from the state during duriD duriDthe
the campaign the Republican ma m mjority majority ¬
jority in the legislature was elected electedUnder electedUnder
Under these circumstances he held that I
Republican legislators cquld not hon honestly honest1 honestly ¬
estly est1 enter a caucus which must put putthem putthem putthem
them under obligation to support Mr
Wolcott WolcottHe WolcottHe WolcottHe
He added add that if Mr 11 Wolcott would wouldwithdraw wouldwithdraw wouldwithdraw
withdraw harmony harrn ny would ould be beat at once oncerestored oncerestored
restored
PRESIDENT GIVEN ASSURANCES ASSURANCESTHAT ASSURANCESTHAT ASSURANCESTHAT
THAT RECIPROCITY BILL WILL PASS ASS
those Democratic Dem ocratic senators who hor regard regarded egarded ¬
ed 4 4he he treaty with disfavor
Senators Platt of Connecticut Connecti ut and
Aldrich of Rhode RbodeIsland Island discussed discuedwitii with
the president the prospect prosp ct of t anti ¬
trust legislation in the senate > Both Bothwere Bothwete Bothwere
were of opinion that some measure measureperhaps measureperhaps
perhaps could be passed at this ses ¬
sion although it was pointed outthat outthatwith Out ut that thatwith thatwith >
with less than tha six weeks of the tbeses tbesesslon sea session seaSian ¬
sion remaining it would be a serious seriousproblem seriousproblem seriousproblem
problem to tooyercome overcome any verystrenu verystrenuous very strenu strenuous strenuous ¬
ous opposition opp sition to any measure measureSenator measureSenator
Senator Beveridge of Indiana told the t thepresident he hepre
president pre Ident that it was certain thatthe that thattheomnibus the theomnibus
omnibus statehood bill could not jio be bepassed b bpassed
passed by the senate He did not indicate indi intlicte ¬
cate what fate awaited his commit ommU
tees statehood s measure measureSenator measureSenator
Senator Fairbanks of Indiana in a
talk with the president added his as assurance assurance
surance that the Cuban treaty th atyyould would
be ratified and that perhaps some SOtn leg
Islation bearing upon the trust ques
tion would be beenacted beenactedANTITRUST enacted enactedANTITRUST enactedANTITRUST
ANTITRUST BILL BI WILL WILLSOON WIiLSOON r rSOON
SOON BE INTRODUCED INTRODUCEDWashington INTRODUCEDi INTRODUCEDWashington INTRODUCEDWashington i
Washington Jan 17 17Represent Representa ¬ I
tives LIttlefleld and Overstreet Overstreetorth Overstreetorthsubcommittee of the thesubcommittee thesubcommittee
subcommittee of otthe the house judiciary j dlCl ry
committee were at the department of
justice today todaytheix thelij thel visit being b lng in con conn confleetion
nectlon n ctlon with w th tneVpreparation tb preparatlon Of f an anantitrust anantitrust anantitrust
antitrust hill hillThe blILThesubc billThe
The Thesubc subcomqiittee nn tttee expects io 1 tohav have
its bill completed so o as fo q be able 8 Je to
have J1 final finltconference conference with wlthtlie the at
torney torneygeneral general on Monday If the therubc therub thesubCommitfee sub subcommittee
committee c findsthat finds that an antitrustbill antitrustbillqan altftru t l1I l1Ian
can an be beormal1y formally adopted and an a areport areportordered arebrt arebrtordered repbrt repbrtordered
ordered Tuesday Tuesdayor or tn Wednesday Ved esday the t e
judiciary committee may m yafljoum afijourn from
Mondayto to Wednesday tbflt thjit the bill bUImay billmay
may be reported to the fumcprnmittee fti1heominlteOnthat
Onthat day otherwise there tu ter r Av6udbe Av6udbea O oulbea ld fH fHa
a delay until Friday F FridayI I ay l
I
GONZALES GONZALES IS is BETTER BETTERPhysicians BETTERPhysicians BETTERPhysicians
Physicians Despaired of His Life LifeYestefday lifeYester lifeYesterday
Yesterday Yester ay But He Is Now NowImproving NowImproving NowImproving
Improving
Columbia S C Jan 17 17Arter After a a day dayof da dayf
0 of f f anxiety to the friends of Editor EdltorN EdltorNG N NCK NGonzales
j CK G Gonzales who was shot on Thurs Thursaay Thursday
day afternoon by Lieutenant Governor GovernorJames GovernorJames
James H Tillman reports tpnight from fromrthe fromthe
the Tidspltdt hosp1t OspitFre ars re encouraging though thoughnot thoughnot thougltnot
not fully full assuring aS3uringrecovery recovery During Duringthe Duringth Duringthc
the th eaijy easl afternoon there was grave graveapprehension graveapprehension graveapprehension
apprehension for the life of the wound wounded wounded wounded
ed man and at atone one time practically practicallyall practicallaU
all hope had been abandoned butthere butthere but butthere
there is now some indication of a fa favorable favorable favorable ¬
vorable outcome of the case Dr Wylie Wyliewho Wyliewho Wyliewho
who was 08 called into consultation late latethis latethis latethis
this afternoon left for Rock Hill stat statIng stating ¬
ing that he was better satisfied with withthe withthe withthe
the condition of Mr Gonzales than he hehad hehad
had been be n Since he had first seen him himThe himThe himThe
The chief chlf concern this afternoon was wascaused wascaused wascaused
caused by an obstruction of the intes intesjtines Intestines intestines
tines tines and it was considered at one onetime onetime onetime
time a possibility that the wound woundwould woundwould woundwould
would have to be reopened and an aninjection aninjection aninjection
injection made to relieve him himIt himIt himIt
It was practically determined < to re resort resort resort
sort to this heroic treatment if im improvement improyement lmprovement ¬
provement did not appear in a short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time but before the limit of waiting
for favorable development had expired expiredthere expiredthere
there was noted a relaxation of the thetension thetension thetension
tension of the abdomen and the physic ¬
ians announced that the remedies they
had applied were having effect and andthat andthat andthat I
that if they completed the purpose of
their administration there would be a aehance aehance aehance I
ehance of saving the life of the pa ¬
tient One of the most satisfactory satisfactor
features of the case is that after nearly nearl
sixty hours there hats ha been not the
least indication of peritonitis Danger Dangerof
of this development will have passed passedpractically passedpractically
practically after seventytwo hours j
Colonel Tillman says he has received receiveda J Ja
a number of offers from lawyers law ers in 1 1the
the state to undertake und rtake his defense with without without without ¬
out fee His room contains several
handsome bunches of flowers which he hesays hesays besays
says were sentto sent to him by friends He
Is 1 s comfortably disposed in his prison prisonquarters prisonquarters
quarters and one of his counsel is isgenerally j
generally with him There is not the 1
least sign of public excitement in Co ¬
lumbia
Columbia S C Jan 18 1 1gAt At u 2lp 21
a nm m Dr McIntosh issued the follow ¬
ing In bulletin on Consoles condition
Pulse 132 temperature 102 15
resipration 32 General
condition un unchanged unchanged anchanged ¬
changed Patient quietly sleeping
t I Some ome gas from bowel Will certainly
five ve through night Beyond twelve tweh e
I I hours lours we cannot cann say
MAY DEVELOP DEVELOPINTO DEVELOPINTOA INTO INTOA
A CASE OF MURDER MURDERSpokane MURDERSpokan MURbEISpokan
Spokan Wash Jan 17 liMystery Mystery
Ifas Jtas suddenly s ddenly surrounded urro nqed the shooting shootingot
ot Arthur LaBrosse La Brosse the Canadian Canadiannho Canadianwho CanadianWho
who was almost Instantly Instantl killed early
last Thursday morning In a saloon In
the thered red light district distrlctin in this city
At the coroners Inquest the early wit witnesses witnesses witnesses ¬
nesses held to the story first told that thata thata
a tall dark stranger entered the sa ¬
loon and while exhibitinga a new style stylerevolver stylerevolver stylerevolver
revolver discharged It accidentally La
Brosse being almost Instantly killed
The stranger promptly vanished nlshed This Thismorning Thismorning Thismorning
morning two witnesses testified t sUfied that thatvthey
they saw sawno no such man in the saloon
butgave bpt gave no further light as is to the
fatal shot The
jury returned a vej v
diet that La Brosses death was as caused causedthe caus d
by a party unknown and recommended
the th thse case se to thecounty attorney for in inr InV Invstigatiop
r vestigatlon V vstigatiopMJAI sUgatI 1
FATAL OUTCOME OUTCOMEOF OUTCOMEOFA OF OFA 11 11FATAL
T A DUEbIN DUEl DUELINGERMANY DUELINGERMANYBerlin INGERMANY INGERMANYJ GERMANY GERMANYBerlin
J
Berlin Jan 17 liFirst First Lieutenant LieutenantWerner LieutenantWerner LieutenantWerner
Werner von Grawert Gr wert son of the lieu lieutenant lieutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant general generalof of that name n me shot Dr DrAye DrAie DrAye
Aye a lawyer of Flensbiirgr through throughthe throughthe
the neck cutting the thespInaL spinal chord In a adue1 a4u
due1 fought in the Grunewald forest forestI forestsesterday
I yesterday Death ensued immediately r rThe
The Th deceased who was was an an officer Ofilcerdf df the thearmy thearnty
army armyreseJVes reserves leaves l Yes a a widow and five fivechiidrga
children chndr p The h cause of the quarrel was was6bscurebiit w wasobscureNnit j
6bscurebiit bSC ureb t of OflO longstanding long ng standing The duel dueloccurred dueloccurred dueloccurred
occurred In pursuance to the findings findingsof 1
of O fa a military court cour t of O r honor Lieuten Lieutenant Liutenant ¬
ant antvonGrawert von Grawert surrendered himself himself4o himselfthe himselft
4o t the military authorities
NEW PORTFO PORTFOLIO PORTFOLIOIN IO IOIN
IN THE CABINET CABINETHouse
4 4House I
House Passes P sses a Substitute Subs itute For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the Senate Bill BillLABOR BillL
4 4LABOR
LABOR L BOR BUREAU IS INCLUDED lNClUDEDt lNClUDEDBUREAU INCLUDEDBTTRFATT
4 4BUREAU t
BUREAU OF INSURANCE WAS WASIXNALLIT WASFINALLY WASLEFT
FINALLY LEFT OUT OUTrYTASHINGTON OUTI7 OUTTT7ASHINGTON
I
I
rYTASHINGTON TT7ASHINGTON I7 smNGToN Jan 17 17At At the end endyy endVt endof
yy of a struggle which prolonged prolongedthe
the days session until after 6 6oclock 6oclock 6Oclock
oclock the house passed d the th substitute substituteto
to the senate bill to establish s bllsh a depart department d deptmeat prt prtment ¬
ment of commerce and labor Thvote Thvotestood The vote votestood votestood
stood 137 to 40 All the Repubjicans Repubjicansand Repubjicansandtwentynlne
and andtwentynlne twentynine Democrats voted for forthe forthe I
the bilL
In committee of the whole the Dem Democrats Democrats Demaerate ¬
ocrats and a sprinkling of Republicans Republicansled
led by b Mr Ir Corliss Republican of Mich ¬
igan struck out the portion of thebill thebillproviding the bill billprovidIng biilproviding
providing for a bureau of insurance insuranceBy insuranceBy insuranceBy
By a piece of parliamentary strategy
Mr Hepburn Republican of Iowaohairman Iowa Iowachairman Iowachairman
chairman of the Interstate commerce commercestood commercecommission commercecommission
commission sought to have this pro provision provision
vision restored but the opposition oppositionstood opposttloastood
stood fast and he was overcome The
Democrats then attempted to recommit recommitthe
the bill with instructions to report back backa
a separate bill billforthe for the creation of a de department department department ¬
partment of labor but the motion motionw8s was
lost The only other substantial substantialamendment subst substantialamendment ntial ntialamendment
amendment was one to authorize the thepresident thepr thepresident
president pr ident to transfer the interstate interstatecommerce interstatecommerce interstatecommerce
commerce commission to the new de department department departinent ¬
partment partmentDiffers partmentDiffers partinentDiffers
Differs From Senate Bill BillThe BillThe BillThe
The substitute as passed by the j
house hou e differs from the senate bill in
important particulars It leaves the
lifesaving service the marine hospital hospitalservice hospitalservice hospitalservice
service the steamboat inspection serv service ¬
ice ice the bureau of navigation and the theshipping theshippIng theshipping
shipping commissioner under the con ¬
trol of the treasury treasul department but butauthorizes butauthorIzes butauthorizes
authorizes the president in his discre discretion ¬
tion to transfer other bureaus bure usor for the thecollection thecollection thecollection
collection of statistics and the inter interstate interstate Interstatecommerce ¬
state statecommerce commerce commission to the new
department It places under the con ¬
trol of the new department the nation national ¬
al bureau of standards the coast and andgeodetic andgeodetic andgeodetic
geodetic survey the bureau of statis ¬
tics the census bureau the bureau of
foreign commerce the bureau of Im Immigration Immigration iramigration ¬
migration including jurisdiction over
Chinese immigration and also creates
the bureau of manufacturers and cor corporations corporntions corporations ¬
porations porationsPLANS porationsPLANS
CIII CIIIPLANS
PLANS OF REPUBLICANS
The Statehood Programme Will Not MotPlease NotPlease NotPlease
Please Anybody AnybodySpecial AnybodySpecial AnybodySpecial
j Special to The Herald HeraldWashington IierahLWashington HernldWashington
j Washington Jan 17 iThe The Republican Republicanleaders Republicanleaders Republicanleaders
leaders of the senate are raakinz an aneffort anrrort anuffort
effort to arrange plans for thecemij the theder niq n
der of the th session so that the th anti antitrust a autltrust iH iHtrust ¬
trust trust legislation Ieg lation and Cuban reciprocity rectproc1tdesired
desired by the administration admin atfon may be beenacted beenacted beenacted
enacted In addition to the regular ap appropriation approprIation appropriatica ¬
propriation bills The programme in includes includes ineludes ¬
cludes a a possible compromise c on the thestatehood thestatehoodbllls thestatehood
statehood statehoodbllls bills by b which Oklahoma and andIndian andIndian
Indian territory will be admitted as a one onestate onestate onestate
state and New Mexico and Arizona as asanother asanother asanother
another Delegate Rodey admits the thepossibility thepossibIlity I IposslbIIity
possibility of such suchan an arrangement on onthe Onthe I
the part of the th thpubIicans Republicans publicans but Is of ofthe f j
the opinion toSFthe tb tbt < < fthe the Democrats of the thesenate thesenate 1
senate will iJl not agree to it He also alsobelieves alsobelieves alsobelieves
believes It doubtful if the people of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New Mexico and Arizona would vote ote to toadopt toadopt toadopt
adopt a constitution for the consoli consolidated conso consolidated i idated ¬
dated state stateFOOTPADS stateFOOTPADS
II IIFOOTPADS
FOOTPADS ARRESTED ARRESTEDIN
IN WICKED SPOKANE
i
Spokane Wash Jan 17 1jPeter Peter De DeRock DeRock DeRock
Rock was arrested restea early this morning morningcharged morningcharged morningcharged
charged with being one of two men menwho unwho n nwho
who held up and robbed George Waite Waiteat
at the O R N depot here last nightAfter nihLAfter night nighLAfter
After the holdup the th robbers separated separatedWaite sepa sepaWaite separasedWaite
Waite followed the smaller man und iindmade undmade andmade
made him give back aO O cents Later Laterthey Laterthey Latertheyhad
they theyhad had a scufije but Waite got noth nothingmore nothingmore nothing ¬
ingmore ing more After this he told his trou ¬
bles to the police resulting in De
Rocks arrest The latter was held for fortrial fortrial fortrial
trial in the superior su > erior court his bond
being bei g placed at 500 500BARELY i 500BARELY OO OOg OOBARELY
g
BARELY ESCAPED WITH Wl H LIFE LIFEWoman LIFEWoman LIFEWoman
Woman and Two TWoC o Children Caught in inPire inFire
Fire at Boise
Boise Ida Jan 17 l 1Flames Flames totally
destroyed the home of Patrolman Ed Edward EdI Edward ¬
ward war l Myers yel3 at 412 Broadway today tOday11r
Mr Myers was on duty when the fire firestarted ftrestarted firestarted
I started Mrs 1r3 Myers and two babies babieswere babiegwere babieswere
were at home Mrs Myers havins havi one oneof onef
f I of the children in the bathtub The
flames burst through Into the room r roomsle om and andshe andI
sle barely had time to escape es ape with i ithe
I the children throwing something somethingaround somethingaround I Iaroundtlp
aroundtlp around the naked one in her flight flightOPERATION fliglLne
I
1I ne neOPERATION I T TOPERATION
OPERATION FOR TUMOR TUMORCondition TUMQRCondition TUMORCondition
Condition of Mrs Prank Shaw of ofDenver ofButfuCiificaL ofButdii
ButdiiDenver ButfuCiificaL ButfuCiificaLDenvr
Denver Denvr Jan Jan1i 17 171rs 3rs Fjank rirankSb 5haw 5hawof haw hawof v vof
of Butte Buttelont Monfci Mont sister s1 et of the th late Mrs MrsWl Irs IrsW
I
W A Clark jn Jrw15 is Anacntlcal In a critical con condition condition condition ¬
dition at St Lukes rUk S hospital iir this thiscity thiscIty thiscity
city where she sh underwent an n opera operation o1EratIon operatlon ¬
tion for tumor yesterday yest rday She came camehere camehere camehere
here with her husband hus and Friday for fortreatment fortreatment fortreatment
treatment at r St Lukes LukesThe L LUkesThe es esThe
The physiciansTsay phYSJtian s y she has only a afighting afighttng afighting
fighting chance for life lifeCOAL lifeCOAL J
11 II IICOAL
COAL TRAINS GUARDED GUARDEDPennsylvania GUARDEDPen GUARDEDPennaylvaniaPeople
Pennsylvania Pen PennaylvaniaPeople lVania People on the Verge of ofDesperation ofDesperation
Desperation DesperationShamokln De DesperationS1amol e tion tionShamoJdn
Shamokln S1amol in Pa P Jan 17 17Qwing Owing to toloaded toloadoo toloaded
loaded trains beingrobbed belqg robbed of fuel and andto
to ± 0 guard agalpst a pst such trains being beIn held helauo heldan
uo by b people p ople rendereddesperate rendered rendere d desperatO per t because becauseof
of the coal famine existing ist1n isting in nearby nearbynlaces ne nrbyniaces rby rbyDlaces
nlaces In Inthe the 8JrICul agricultural tural belt policemen policemenwere JJ policemenwere Ouce men
were ordered by bythe the Reading and andPelDsyl andPelDsylvanta andPtumsylranla Pennsyl Pennsylvania ¬ I
vania Railroad companies todayMo toda t > guard g ard
loaded loa ed trains while whfleiri In transit tomarket tomarketthroueh to toxnarketthroutth market
throueh 1 rouJ 1 districts where sviierethe the famine Is the theworst theworst theworst
worst
S > >
CHIEF WITNESS WITNESSIS
IS NOW NOWMISSING NOWMISSINGI MISSING MISSINGCase
I I
Case of Hooper Young to Be BeCalled BeCalled BeCalled
Called Tomorrow TomorrowPROSECUTION T TomorrowPROSECUTION omQrrow omQrrowPROSECUTION
PROSECUTION IS > CRIPPLED CRIPPLEDSEABCHnra CRIPPLEDSEARCHING CRIPPLEDSEAECHING
SEARCHING FOR HUSBAND HU AND OF OFarUBDEBED OPMUBDBRED
MURDERED WOMAN WOMAirSpecial WOMANSpecial
4 4Special
Special to The HaraMJ Herald HeraklNEW HeraldMEW
VIEW YORJvj YO YORl Jan 17 11Joseph Joseph Pulit Pulttzer Pulitzer PulitIN
NEW IN zer the principal witness against againstWilliam againstWilliam againstWilliam
William Hooper Young the Mor Mormon Mormon Mormon ¬
mon who is accused of the murder of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Alice Fnltteer la nt t September Septemberlias
has disappeared The case of Young is ison ison
on the calendar of the auweme court courtfor courttor courtfor
for trial next Monday The absence b ence
of Pulitzer will seriously seriousi cripple the thecase theC thecase
C case > e of the prosecution as his evidence evidenceis
is the principal basis of the conten contention contention contention ¬
tion of thedistrict the district attorneys office that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the crime of Young was deliberate and andpremeditated an1premeditated andpremeditated
premeditated so as to bring it to the thegrade thegrade thegrade
grade of murder in the first degree degreeShortly degreeShortly degreeShortty
Shortly after th the murder of Mrs Mrsin MrsI MrsPulitser
Pulitzer DISqi Dist5ct ct Attorney Jerome had hadin hadin
I in mind to peiul Pulitzer to the house houseof MUSeof houseof
of detention but for the promise of ofPulitzer ofPuJitz ofPulitzer
Pulitzer PuJitz r that he would wo 1d report re ort every
three days He kept ept his h agreement for fora fora
a while but since Dee 1 1 nothing has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been heard h rd from him himAssistant hItnAs81staat bileAssistant
Assistant District Attorney AttorneyStueben AttorneyStuebenwho I Stueben Stuebenwho Stuebenwho
who is preparing preNU1ngthe the case ca of Young
for trial has had ad county detectives detectivessearching detectivessearehing detectivessearching
searching for Pulitzer PuJitz r His family
have not seen him since nce lapt l t Novem November Xovember Novetuber ¬
ber and it was reported in the crim criminal crimInal crimteal
inal court that the absence of Pulitzer Pulitzerwas PUlitzeiwas Pulitzerwas
was a part of the plan of the Mormon Mormonchurch MormolLchurch Mormochurch
church to save Young who is th thgrandson the thegrandson thgrandson
grandson of Brigham Young at all allhazards afthazards
hazards
SIll 1 1MADE
MADE HIS LAST TALK TALKJohn TALKJohn TALKJhn
John Mitchell Addressed the Strike StrikeCommission StrikeCommission StrikeCommission
Commission
Philadelphia Jan IT 1 Pre President PresidentJohn PresidentJohn ident identJohn
John Mitchell of the tb mine workers workersunion workersunion workersSunion
union before leaving leain for Indianapolis Indianapolisto
to attend att nd the national wage conven convention c conv nv ° n ntlon ntion ¬
tion of the soft coal COI operators and andmine andmine andmine
mine workers delivered today what hat he hebelieved hebelieved
believed was his farewell address to tothe tothe tothe
the coal strike commission The Scran Scranton Scrant Scranton
ton t < n Coal company which also operates operatesthe operatesthe
the collieries of the Elk Hill Coal CoalIron CoalIron CoalIron
Iron company closed c10 ed Its case during
the session today and was followed by
the Delaware Lackawanna Western
Railway company It was s while the thelatter
latter company was w examining wit witnesses witnesses it itnesses ¬
nesses that the hour for fO adjournment
for the week arrived and Mr Mitchell Mitchellarose MitcheHarose Mitchellarose
arose and asked to be permitted to tomakjp toma tomah
ma mah makjp a few remarks All the attor attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
neys representing the different dl fleat inter interects interects Interects
ects before bef re the commission eORtllli len crowded crowdedaround crowdedaround crowdedamend
around the miners leader d der a as he pref prefaced prefseed prefCed ¬
aced Ced his remarks by y stating stathi that il ilwaufft iswoulfl iiweu
waufft weu likely Be tfwf t thebst Jst seatften se8II iM1 of the
invesSgtlbn InveStif t1tJn he would be able abl to at
tend tendPROMINENT tendPROMINENT
= a e ePROMINENT
PROMINENT DENVER DENVERPHYSICIAN DENVERPHYSICIAN DENVERS
S
PHYSICIAN IS DEAD DEADDenver DE DEDDenver D DDenver >
Denver Jan 17 17Word Word has Just bees beesreceived beYreceived beesreceived
received here from San Diego Di CaL oJ oJthe Ootthe ofthe
the death from heart failure of Dr DrFrederick
Frederick J Bancroft of Denver Dr DrBancroft DrBancroft DrBancroft
Bancroft was one of the most promi prominent promiDent roml romlnent ¬
nent physicians physi ians in the state and has a anational 3national anational
national reputation for his writings up upon upon upon ¬
on the effects of elimate upon certain terta l ldisease
disease Dr Bancroft served as assurgeon asurgeon a asurgeon
surgeon with the union unl n forces during
the civil war ar He was bora at atfield HIt HItfield
field Conn in 181 and came to Coto Cotorado CoI CoIrado C4srado
rado in 1866 Threp Thr Thret children survive furv survIvehim re rehim
him The remains will be brought MoughtllD MoughtllDDenver Da DaDenver inDenver
Denver for burial burialRESIGNATION buralI burialRESIGNATION
I aD III IIIRESIGNATION
RESIGNATION SAVES SAVESSCANDAL SAVESSCANDAL SAVESSCANDAL
SCANDAL AND EXPENSE
Washington Jan 17 1jsecret8Y Secretary Root Roothas Roothas Roothas
has directed that the resignation of ofSecond ofSeCODd ofSecond
Second Lieutenant William K Kisler KislerEighteenth KislerEighteenth KislerEighteenth
Eighteenth infantry be accepted ae pted for forthe forthe forthe
the good of the service This action actionwas actionwas actionwas
was taken on the recommendation of ofBrigadier ofBrigadier
Brigadier Brig8d ier General Funsttw Fu lISt com commandlag command commanding mand manding ¬
ing the department of th Ute Colorado Coloradoand Coloradoand Coloradoand
and others to avoid sctotttal and ex expense expen oxpease ¬
pease pen e of t trial It appears rs from the therecords therecords therecords
records that Lieutenant Kisier had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been absent without leave H ve from his hispost hiSpest hi hipest
pest at Fort Logan Cole since sin e Dec Dt =
15 1 and that he has duplicated his pay payaccounts payaccounts payaccounts
accounts accountsI accountsREBATE
o II
I REBATE KNOCKED KNOCJEDOUT KNOCJEDOUTNo OUT OUTUb OUTNo
No D Duty ty Will Be Collecjed Col1e < jed on onCoal onCoal
Coal CoalWashington CoalWashfnttoc CoalWashington
Washington Jan 17 liTbe The treasury treasurydepartment treamrydepartmenthaa treasurydepartment
department departmenthaa has received a number of ofinquiries orinquiries ofInquiries
inquiries today as 5 to whether the gov government gOYernment goveminent ¬
ernment proposed propo ed to admit admitcoal coal into intohe intothe intothe
the he United States free of duty under underthe underthe underthe
the act approved Jan l or oi collect collectthe collectthe collectthe
the duty and then refund it ttto to the im importers importers importers ¬
porters In view of the fact that the thawording thewording thewording
wording of the act leaves somE doubt doubtas
as to the real purpose urpose of o congress congressChairman MngressrChairman congressChairmati
Chairman Payne of the house ways waysand wayand waysand
and means committee was a consulted consultedtoday consultedtoday consultedtoday
today and his hlsaJ1swer answer leaves no doubt doubtthat doubtthat doubtthat
that It was theintent of congress that thatno thatno thatno
no duty should be collected collect The so solicitor s0licitor solicitor ¬
licitor of the treasury also gave g ve an anopinion anopinion anopinion
opinion In which ItICh hB h held that at nnder nnderthe nnderthe nndcrthe
the act coal must be admitted free in inthe inthe inthe
the same way that certain articles on onthe onthe onthe
the = free list are admitted admitt d ander the theDingley theDingley thetllngley
Dingley act The net result of these theseinquiries theseinqulri theseinquiris
inquiries inqulri sis Is that the department tio > > rbnent cir circular cirular cireuler ¬
cular ular of yesterday direct Ing that no noduty noduty noduty
duty be collected on coal will stand standIiV standII
II
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ 1 1LIVE1 to toLIVEDA
+ IiV LIVEDA LIVE1 ± IJL A CEHTTJBIT CE1iPXUItYFJstoria +
4 + +
4 + Fostoria Ohio Jap 17 17Laura 17LauraFoster Laura LauraFoster +
+ Foster rootberofv mother at farmer Gover Covernor Governor +
+ nor Charles W Faster Ft ster of Ohio Ohiois +
4 + is dead aged 100 years Her H r hus hanband +
4 + band founded Fostoria andfrom andfromhim andfromhim +
+ 4 him it took its name +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
CLAIMED CL CLIMDIWSWASJOIIN I AEO HE E WAS W S JOHN J HN WILKES 1ll5 BOOT BOOTlUTHRIEr BOOTG BOOTH BOOTHIYTHBIE
+ lUTHRIEr O OjT > > Ti T Jan 17 17Just Just ust prior to dying D EGeorgBrn E Georgean aged agedand agedand agedand +
+ G and wealthy w althy citizen cItizen made thi t statement st tC 1ent that he was John Wilkes WilkesBooth Wilk WiikesBooth S SBooth +
+ Booth the assassin asass n of f President Lincoln George attempted am suicide satdde + t
+ clde ajt a El Reno and made a asecond second and successful attempt attemptIn in a hotel h htelat tel telaf + t
4 + at af Enid E ld taking poison He e stated that he had successfully suc essfuUyel eluded dtd the theofficers the9fficers th + 4 4ofliera
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