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DESCRIBES EXPEBIENCES EXPEBIENCESOR EXPERIENCESFOR EXPEBIENCESF
OR almost a fifth of a century centuryThomas cent centuryI ry ryThomas
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I Thomas Williams has been a res resident resident resident ¬
ident of Salt Lake L ke City and last lastFriday lastFriday lastlirlday
Friday for the first time in his life lifehe lliehe lifehe
he experienced the novel sensation of ofriding ofriding i irIding
riding In an anelectric electric electric car He is serv serving serVfng servIng ¬
ing a life sentence sent nce In tnth thg thJt penitentiary penitentiaryfor
for a murder committed in 1883 1883The 1883rhe 1883rho
The occasion of his new experience experiencewas experienceH
was his initial visit to the city and andcounty andeounty andcounty
county building He had ha never before beforeseen beforeseen j jseen
H seen that attractive and much admired admiredpiece admiredpIece admiredTIece
piece of architecture until unt until 1 his car carrounded carrounded carr
rounded the corner and started north northon
on State street and the tall grace srraceful 1I graceful ce cerul
ful tower of the massive stone struc structure structurewns structuro ¬
r
ture turewns was to be seen above the sur surrounding surif ¬
f if rounding rounUI houses and tree tops topsEver topsI topsji
I ji Ever since slnc the joint building was waserected vasrected
L erected some years ago Williams has haslistened hasJu haslistened
listened Ju ten with delight almost dally to tothe tothe tothe
the sotU 5Oftmellowtones softmellow meltow tones of the chimes as asthe asthe asthe
the breezes wafted them across the thecity thecltJo thecity
city Jo o the southern outskirts outskirtsJust outskirtsJust
jr Just JUstns as he entered the grounds sur surrounding surrounding surrounding ¬
rounding the building the th chimes in inthe Inthe inthe
the quadrangle tower rang out on the thefrosty thefrost3 thefrosty
frosty air of tho th ° morning 030 D3 oclock oclockAlthough oclockthough oclockMthough
Although though Williams had heard from fromafar tromafar fromafar
afar those same bells ring out that thathourmany thathourmany thathour
hourmany hour many times before it was not nota
a case of distance lending enchant enchantment enchant enchantmant enejiantinent ¬
ment and he involuntarily slowed his hispace hispace hispace
pace as he walked up the gravel paththat path paththat paththat
that the grinding of the pebbles under underhis under11s underhis
his 11s feet might not detract from the themusical themusical themusical
musical sound and cause him to lose loseone loseone loseone
one vibration of the intonations of the thebells thebells thebells
bells which hang suspended so far farabove farl farabove
l above the city cityGoes clt cltf cityA
A Goes to Seek Freedom FreedomWhen rreedomc
c When the last note of the chimes chimesbad chimesbad chimesi I
f i bad been carried away on oz the breezes breezesand breezesami
1 and the hands of the great clock be began began ¬
gan to traverse the circular face of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the foursided clock again Williams Williamsquickened Williamsquickened Vi1l1amsquickened
quickened his pace pa < e once more For he hehad he11ad
I had a most important mission within withinthe wlfhlnthe withinI
I the confines of the great building buildingvhlch buildingwhich buildingIL
f which he was about to enter The out outcome outome outcome ¬
IL come of the visit Jslt meant everything to tohim to11im tor
r him it meant his freedom his resto restoration restoration restoration ¬
ration to citizenship and his permis permission permlsElon permisslon ¬
sion to once on e more enter the fight of oflife orlife oflife
life and for 6r the second time since his hisbirth hisbirth hisbirth
birth become one of the actors upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the human hui an stage of existence existenceIt
It wasvith hts itu With lth eyes yes yesfliled filled fllle with wonder wonderment wpnderment wondermeat ¬
ment and admiration admin i n that he ascended ascendedthe ascendedthe ascendedthe
the stone steps > leading leadin up to the past pastern fastOJ eastcrii ¬
ern OJ entwuireoC entr4tJe jtheJjnilding ot With jth jthhasnadng a ahasjjjitinp a31jtt1ng
hasjjjitinp BtfDr HU D tind fLf aS constant t eri erivor Qrti eridOr >
dOr vor i r to avoid the attention of pep peppie 1 iecjpie > e epIe >
pie passing In and out ou Williams walked walkedto walk a ato
to the elevator elevator and nervously nerousl awaited awnitedthe awaitedthe waitedr
the carriage to take him to the third thirdfloor thirdfloor thirdfloor
floor of the building buildingFirst buildingFirst buildingTirst
r
First Bide on Elevator ElevatorIt
It was The the first time in his life that thatWilliams thatVUUatns thatL
Williams had ever ridden In any other otherelevator otherelentor etherelevator
elevator than those used in a mine mineAn mineAn mineAn
An eleetricr1 hoist was almost as asnovel asnoel asnovel
novel to him a ag an electric car Ex Except Exept Except ¬
L cept ept for Or the th sensation of being carried carriedrapidly carrIedrapIdly carriedrapidly
rapidly upward without any apparent apparentmeans apparentmeans apparentmeans
means of elevation ele atfon the sensation was wasa
a new one to him himWhen himVhen himWhen
When the third floor was reached reachedWilliams reachedi
i Williams and his companion entered enteredthe enteredthe enteredthe
the supreme court suite of rooms and andwere andwere andwere
were lost to view Iew to those who hap happened hapt
t I pened 1tned to be in the corridor at that par particular particular partlculnr ¬
ticular moment momentNo momentNo momentNo
No one noticed < l the man as he sat satIn satn satP
In n the electric car he did not attract attractattention attractattention attracLattention
attention as he alighted at the joint jointbuilding jointbuildIng jointbuilding
building walked across the grounds groundsand groundsand groundsand
and entered the stone structure he hereceived hereeehed hereceived
P received no more than a casual glance glancefrom glancefrom glancefrom
from those he passed pas ed as he went over overto oerto overi
i to the elevator and was not addressed addressedwith addressedWIth addressedwith
with acheery aoheer salutation as he rode rodeIn rodein rodein
In the elevator and no one wished wishedhim wishedhim wishedhim
him success as he entered the supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court courtAnd courtAnd courtLI
And why Because no one recognized recognizedhim
him no one with the exception of his hiscompanion hiscompanlon hiscompanion
companion knew who he was Had he hebeen hebEen hebeen
been recognized r people would have haveturned haveturned haveturned
turned around the second time for forThomas forThomas forThomas
Thomas Williams is a prisoner at the thepenitentiary the1Enitentlary thepenitentiary
LI penitentiary who is Lo serving a life sen sentence sentence seatence ¬
tence for the killing of Hutchings a afellow afellow
1 fellow miner in the Mammoth mine in intho intho Inb
b tho Tlntic district districtThat distrIctThat districtf
f That was almost twenty years ago agoAnd agoAnd agoAnd
And Friday Frida was the first time In all allthose aUthose allthose
those long years ears that he had ever been beenoutside beenoutside beenoutside
outside the prison reservation the first firsttime rtrsttime firstr
time he had mingled with humanity ex excepting excepUng excepting ¬
cepting his fellow prisoners within the theheavy theheavy theI
r I heavy brown walls of that institution institutionHas InstitutionHas institutionEas
Has Applied For Pardon PardonThomas PardonThomas PardonTbomas
Thomas Williams was invited to visit visitthe visitthe Islt Isltthe
the joint building A member of the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme bench who was not familiar familiarwith familiarwith amiJIarWith
with his version of the incident which whichresulted whichresulted whichresulted
resulted In his being sentenced to life lifeservitude lifeSCT1tutle lifeservitude
servitude wanted to hear his side of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the case Williams had made applica application appfcation application ¬
tion to the state board of pardons and andtc andtt andt
tc t be better enabled to ptiss upon his hiscase hiscase hiscase
case the justice in question questl n wanted to toconverse toconverse toconverse
converse with him He did not have havethe havethe havethe
the time to visit the man at the peni penitentiary penltentIar3o penitentiary ¬
tentiary and requested rcque t Warden Dow to tobring tobring tobring
bring Williams up to his apartments In Inthe InUU Inthe
the joint building buildingFour bul1dlngFoul buDdingIPnui
Four houps later Williams had re returned re1urn returned ¬
turned 1urn d to th th5 prison In 1 that brief pe period period penod ¬
riod of time he had experienced what whatwas whatwag whatwas
was to hint the novel and pleasing sen sensation sensation sonsation ¬
sation of walking the streets of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake seeing life once again and andbreathing andbreathing andbreathing
breathing the same air that others do dowhich dowhich dowhich
which Is not contaminated by b the thestripes thestripes thestrIpes
stripes and andlrondad Ironclad regulations regulationsIn
In those short four hours Williams Williamshad 1VnUamshad Williamshad
had an opportunity om > ortunity to realize more morekeenly morekeenly moreeenly
F keenly than tb 11 pver ever vcr before bt > fore what a sweet sweetthing sweetthing styeetthing
thing freedom is what a wearing thing thingIncarceration thinginrarceraUohS thingIncarceration
Incarceration is and how thankful peo people people peopie ¬
ple ought to be who are not subject to tothe tothe
4 the Inexorable laws of a penal institu Instltutlon institution instituT
T tton 6 I
Tells 6Tells of His Sensations SensationsI i iN
N q 1 cannot explain to you ou the sensa sensation sensatIon aensatkn ¬
tion of riding In an electric car for the theiirst thefirst thelirat
first time said Williams when talking talkingabout talkln talklnabout talkingabout
about his visit to the joint building buildingOf
I Of course It was novel I have seen seenthe seenthe seenthe
the cars from a window In the prison prisonas
as a they round the corner to ascend ascendthe ascendthe ascendthe
the grade to the gate but I never tried triedto trie trieto trlelto
to imagine what wh t the sensation was va to toride t tride teride
ride In one of them themIt themuIt themIt
uIt It was waswlth with a feeling of mixed ap apprehension ape apepIehenslon apprehension ¬
prehension and fear that I stepped upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the car I did not know what to expect expector
or Just how to act when we got started startedI I II
I was w s like a man who comes come to the city cityfor cityfor cityfor
for tnerirst tbttt st time from the country I Ivas Iwasaktll IwasakU
wasaktll vas altin tprold tp old Rip Van Winkle V Inklc only onlywlttt onlywith n I Iwith
with him hntb he i1 had slept while I have haveexisted haeexisGd haveex1sted
existed here 1 r re seeing the advances of ofhabitation ufhabltnllontn orliabitallon
habitation and civilization and nd not be beContlnued beContinued
1 Continued on Page 5
PHYSICIANS PHYSICrANSGIVE PHYSICIANSG1VEUPHOPE
GIVE G1VEUPHOPE G1VEUPHOPEEdItor UP HOPE HOPEEditor HOPEEd
Editor Ed tor Gonzales Has Taken a aChange aChange aChange
Change For the Worse WorseTlttHAN WorseI WorseTII
4 4TILIMAN I
TlttHAN TII MAN REMAINS IN JAIL JAILHO JAILNO
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HO BAIL AIL OFFEBED OFFEBEDFR FOB THE THEWOUEDBE THEWOUDDBE TflBWOUiDBE
WOUEDBE WOUDDBE MURDERER JIUBDEBEBCOLUMBIA MURDERERCOLUl1BIA
3 3OLUMBIA
COLUMBIA OLUMBIA S C Jan IS 18At At 615 615p
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COLUl1BIA 1 p m Dr Guerry Issued the fol following following following ¬
lowing bulletin as to the condi condition condi1lon condiLion ¬
Lion of Editor Gonzales GonzalesWound GonzalesVound GonzalesWound
Wound dressed and found to be in insatisfactory insatisfactory insatisfactory
satisfactory condition Draining from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the wound was in healthy condition conditionPatient conditlonPatient conditionPatient
Patient stood the dressing dressl g very well wellIndeed wellIndeed wellIndeed
Indeed Pulse 122 temperature 102 102respiration 102r 102respiration
respiration r plratlon 30 30The 30The 3dThe
The symptoms tonight are more fav favorable favorable favorabie ¬
orable than at any time since Lieu Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant ¬
tenant Governor Tillmanshot Tilizuan shot the th theedit theeditor edlt edltor dlt dltor
or last Thursday but it is Impossible impossible11to
to give any promise as to the ultimate ultimateresult ultimateresult ultlmateresult
result The physicians say that Gon Gonzales Gonzales Gonzales ¬
zales is holding his hl own and that TIB TIBprobably hoprobably 118probably
probably has passed the period of dan danger dangel danger ¬
ger from peritonitis The wound in inthe IIithe inthe
the liver is not a source of danger but butseripus butseriu
seripus seriu developments may occur occ r with within wIthIn withIn ¬
in the next few days The physicians physicianssaid physicianssaid physicianssaid
said today that if Mr Gonzales lived liveduntil liveduntil liveduntil
until Tuesday without unfavorable de developments develOpments develOpirients ¬
velopments he would likely have an aneven aneven aneven
even chance for recovery This even evening evenIng evenbig ¬
ing there was a return of nausea and andmore andmore andmore
more restlessness than the physicians physicianswished physicianswished s swished
wished to see and they arewatching are arewatchlnganxiously watchl g ganxiously I Ianxiously
anxiously for a relief from these dis disturbances disturbances disturbances ¬
turbances turbancesDr j
Dr W Gill Wylie of New York who
left here last night for Rockhlll is isreturning Isreturning Isreturning
returning tonight It is desired that thathe thathe thathe
he should be in consultation at the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present stage of the patients condition conditionIn
In the churches of Columbia today
there has been heard earnest prayers prayersfor prayersfor prayersfor
for the life of the stricken editor In Inall Inall Inall
all the leading churches the ministers ministersoffered ministersoffered ministersoffered
offered special supplications All re referred referred referred ¬
ferred in high terms of tribute to the theservices theselvlces theseiwices
services of the wounded man to the thecity thecity thecity
city and the state stateThere statThere stateThere
There have been no developments in inthe Inthe Inthe
the affair today beyond the fluctuations fluctuationsIn fiuctu Uons UonsIn
In the wounded mans condition Lieu Lieutenant Lieutenant Lieutenant ¬
tenant Governor Tillman is still in jail jailand jailand jailand
and no applications have been Kmade Kmadefor made madafor madefor
for his release on bail It Is consid considered considered considered ¬
ered practically certain that none nonewould nonewould nonewould
would be entertained so long as the thecondition thecondition thecondition
condition of Mr Gonzales remains remainscritical remainscriUcal remainscritical
critical Except for an unwarranted unwarrantedand
and untrue newspaper report that one oneof oneof oneof
of the Gonzales family had expressed expresseda
a desire to get a chance at Tillman Tillmanthere Tillmanthere Tillmanthere
there has been no recurrence of talk talkOf talkor talkof
Of Violence to the lieutenant governor governorThere goernorThete governorThefe
There has been no expression from any anymember anymember anymember
member of the Gonzales family that thatcould thatc thatcould
could c uldbe be interpreted into a threat threatAgainst threatgatnt
Against gal t Tillman Tplman and there has been ab abtraSe ncrtraDf j jtratJ
traSe tratJ traDf oi f m mob b spirit spiritColumbia spiritCJ1umbln spiritCalumbla
Columbia S C Jan 19 1 130 1 1 30 a m mThls This
bulletin has just been Issued by Dr Pe ¬
ters
1 a m mIr Mr Gonzales < < s has been restless restlesssince restlesssln restlesssince
since sln e 9 p m n Temperature 10415 lot 15 pulse
115 respiration 33 33Dr 33Dr 33Dr
Dr Wiley of New York has arrived and
has gone gon one on to the hospital to consult consultwith consultwith consultwith
with the physicians in charge there thereColumbia thereColumbia thereColumbia
Columbia S C Jan 19 19After After a con consultation consultation consultatlon ¬
sultation and examination by the physi physicians physicians physiclans ¬
cians Dr Guerry at 230 a m issued this
bulletin bulletinMr buletln1r bulletinMr
Mr Gonzales condition is exceedingly exceedinglygrave exceedinglygrave exceedinglygrave
grave Ills condition has considerably considerablychanged considerablychan considerablychanged
changed chan ed In the last few hours for the theworse theworse theworse
worse The relief from rom the bowels has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not been permanent Physical condition conditionno
no worse than last night but danger dangertrc dangerreiter I Ireattr
trc reattr tttr Another consultation will be beeld befield beheld
field eld early Monday Pulse 115 tempera temperature temperature temperature ¬
ture 104V 1O1 respiration 30 30Columbia 30Columbia noColumbia
Columbia S C Jan 19 19At At 315 this thismorning thismornlng thismorning
morning hope of Gonzales recovery has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been abandoned abandonedANOTHER abandonedANOTHER abandonedANOTHER
ANOTHER HOTEL HORROR HORRORiFour
Four Men Burned to Death and Four FourMissing1 FourMissiIig PourMissing
Missing Missing1Spokane MissiIigSpokane MissingSpokane
Spokane Wash Jan IS i8A A special to tothe totho tothe
the SpokesmanReview from Jennings JenningsMont JenningslIl JenningsMQnt
Mont lIl says saysIn saysIn S
In a fire at t Morrissey B C last night nightfour nightfour nightfour i
four men were burned to death For Fotothers FOlr FOlrothers Forothers >
others are missing and it is believed they theyalso theyalso theyalso
also perished Jn the flames flamesTh6 flamesTh flamesThe
The Th Pioneer hotel leased by b A John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son caught fire from the overturning of ofa ofa ofa
a lamp In the barroom The proprietor proprietoraroused proprietorarou5ed proprietoraroused
aroused the guests most of whom es escaped escaped escaped ¬
caped in their night clothes All were werecoal werecoal werecoal
coal minors or prospectors It was im impossible Imp08siblo Impoesible ¬
possible for the proprietor to reach all allthe aUthe allthe
the rooms There Is no fire protection at atMorrisaey atMoirlssey atMo
Morrisaey Mo iszey The remains of the four men menwcro mnwere menwere
were found today < but were not identi identified fdentlIud identilied ¬
lied Iud The search Is being continued continuedJohnsons conUnulXIJohl continuedJohnsons
Johnsons Johl < ong loss is 4000 insured for 2500 ki0OMorrissey 2500Morrissey iOO iOOMorrlssev
Morrissey is a small coal mining town townand townand townand
and has no no telegraphic communication communicationCUT communicationCUT communicationCUT
CUT AND SLASH SLASHRanchman SLASHRanchman SLASHBanclunan
Ranchman Fatally Stabbed Near Liv Livingston Livingston Livingston ¬
ingston Mont MontLivingston MontLivingston MontLivingston
Livingston Mont Jan 18 18George 18GeorgeJohnson 18GeorgeJohnson George GeorgeJohnson
Johnson one of the best known ranch ranchers ranchers ranchem ¬
ers In the Shields river country countl was wasfatally wasfatally wasfatally
fatally stabbed by C F Jones a young youngman youngman youngman
man during a u quarrel in a saloon last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night Jones ran a sixinch blade of a ahunting ahunting ahunting
hunting knife through Johnsons lung lungSTBIKE lungSTBIKE lungSTRIKE
STBIKE THBEATEJfED THBEATEJfEDToledo TBLEATEEDToledo
Toledo T ltdo 0 Jan 18 ISThe The employes of the thoCincinnati tbeCincInnati theCincinnati
Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton Da ton Railroad Railroadcompany Railroadcompan Railroadcompany
company have threatened a tieup of the theentire theenUre theentire
entire system because General Manager ManagerWaldo 1Iana ManagerWaldo er erValdo
Waldo has refused to deal with the fed federated rederatd federated ¬
erated board representing the various variousbranches variousbranches mriousbranche
branches of labor on the road which whichwished whichwished whichwished
wished to present a demand for an ad advance advance advance ¬
vance In wages age
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LIVELY i I ILL TIMES TIMfSfXPfGlfD TIMfSfXPfGlfDt EXPECTED EXPECTEDColorado
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Colorado Legislature Will Elect E ct a Senator This Weak and an anIt It Seems SeemsLMy SeemsLilcely ee s siely
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ENVER Colo fen 3an 18 18Interest Interest Inter t m mthe fn fnthe Inthe
DENVER D the senatorial senat rlal fight in Colorado Coloradocenter Colcnraciocenitern
center ce terd ih the report of the house houseelections h houseelections u e eelections I
elections committee which whl h has been in investigating Investigating Investigating ¬
vestigating the contests cont ts filed against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the seating of seventeen Democratic Democraticmembers Democraticmembers Democraticmembers
members of the house The matter has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been in the hands of the committee committeefor
for several days and while positive positiveevidence posl positiveevidence ve veevIdence
evidence has been gathered g thered that frauds fraudswere fraudswere fraudswere
were committed in several precincts of ofArapahoe ofArapahoe ofArapahoe
Arapahoe county the large majorities majoritiesclaimed majoritiesclaimed majoritiesclaimed
claimed by the Democrats ranging rangingfrom rangIngfrom rangingfrom
from 2000 to 5000 it is believed will wlllbe willbe willbe
be hard to overcome overcomein in every instance instanceThe instan instanceThe e eThe
The report will m be made ma e to the house housetomorrow housetomorrow housetomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowChairman tomorrowChairman tomorrowChairman
Chairman Breckenridge a Republi Republicrats RepubUcrats Republicrats
crats because of his known fairness fairnesstirWolcott fairnessti fairnesstiWolcott
tirWolcott ti W01cottmembers members and the Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats crats because of his known fairness fairnessin
in an interview stated that he be believed beHeved believed ¬
lieved there would be two reports a amajority amajority amajority
majority report by the Republicans Republicanswho Republicanswho
who control the committee and one oneby oneby oneby
by the minority members He said that thathe thathe thathe
he thought that both aides I es would stand standtogether standtogether standtogether
together but he did not want the in inBOISE In InBOISE
BOISE CHURCH ABLAZE ABLAZEPastors ABLAZEPastors ABLAZPastors
Pastors Coolness Prevented a aPanic aPanic aPanic
Panic and the People Filed FiledOut file fileOut EiledOut
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Boise Ida Jan IS 18A A sensational fire fireoccurred fireoccurred
occurred occ rred in the First Methodist church churchthis churchthis churchthis I
this evening while whlleserlces services were in inprogress inpro inprogress
progress pro rcss Rev Rc I F Roach the pastor pastorhad pastorhad pastorhad
had just announced his text and was wasopening wasopening as asopen
opening open In his sermon when a burst of ofsmoke orsmoke ofsmoke
smoke and flame shot up Into the audi auditorium auditorium auditorium ¬
torium from a register reEl ter in the main aisle aisleInstantly aisleIns aisleJnstantly
Instantly Ins antJy there was great great grea excitement excitementThe excItementThe excitementThe
The church was packed and for a moment momentthere momentthere fiomentthere
there was imminent danger of a panic panicbut panicbut panicbut
but Rev Roach raising his voice above abovethe abovothe abovethe
the screams of women and shouts of ofmen ornen ofmen
men called out that the fire was from frompaper frompaper
paper that had ha fallen into the register registerand registerand registerand I
and that there was no donger At the thesame thesame thesame
same moment Junlus Wright Vri ht sprang for forward forward forward ¬
ward with an overcoat andthrew it over overthe overthe overthe
the register The audience quieted down downand downand downand
and quickly tiled out In the meantime meantimean
an alarm had been turned in arid the de department d dvartment deuartment ¬
partment was an hand promptly It Itturned Itturned Itturned
turned out that the th small basement used usedfor usedfor usedfor
for the heating apparatus was a mass massof massor massof
of flames and the fire had eaten up uparound uparound uparound
around the register It took an hour to tocet tQIet toret
ret the fire under control The main mainfloor mainfloor mainfloor
floor of the th church was wrecked a loss lossof lossof lossof
of 1500 being incurred
GERMAN LINER LAHN ON THE ROCKS ROCKSt ROCKSGIBRALTAR
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4 IBRALTAII Jan 18The North German Llo L1oy d3 steamBr Latin i Cap CapNew + I
4 + GIBRALTAR taln tam Malchow from rom lIedit rinnean nean ports for New York rk wont ashore ashoreat +
4 at 4 oclock this morning at Tumara Fuma a ten miles cast pf 9 the t u rock ckor of ofGibraltar +
4 Gibraltar There was a heavy tog and rain was w s falling f 1ling at the time timeOn timeOn timeOn + 1
+ On board the steamer were 100 saloon passengers passen ers and TOG 00 emigrants emigrantsShe emIsranShe + 4
= + 4 She is In no danger and salvage steamers are with th her waiting for high hightide hightide + I
+ tide to get her off The Lahn Is stern on to the sea The weather Is I mod moderate moderate ¬ + + I Ierate
+ erate but there is a heavy sea All attempts tofloatthe ro 9atthe Lahn havebeen havebeenunsuccessful havebecnunsuccessful havebeenunsuccessful +
+ unsuccessful The steamer probably prooa ly will be compelled > i1 to transship her herpassengers h hhrpassengers r + 1 1passengers
+ + passengers and cargo The attempt to pull off thesteamer the thesteamerwas steamerwas was made madeat madeathigh at athigh + I
high water by the British admiralty tug tu Energetic the United 1 States Statessteamship Statessteamship Statessteamship +
+ steamship Hartfovi Hartfo and the tugs Neva Hericlades and Hercules but theLahn the theLahn theLahn +
+ Lahn remained fast on the sandbar sandbarThe sandbarThe sandbarThe + +
+ The correspondent corre pondent of the AssociatedPresshasInter ASsociated Press has Interviewed viewed the agent agentof + I If
+ of f the salvage company here He said saidThe saidThe + i
+ The stranding of the Lahn is attributed to the th heavy weather and andthe + 4 4the 1 1the
+ the very heavy rain When off Tumara east of 0 the he rock of Gibraltar Gibraltarbefore Gibraltarbefore +
4 before daybreak the Lahn unexpectedly stranded strandedQn on a sandbank sandbankThe nPQankThe + 4
4 The heavy easterly weather which prevailed this morning shifted to tothe tothe +
4 the westward this afternoon and the sea Is now calm calmThe calmThe calmThe + +
+ The tugs continued their fruitless efforts to pull off of the Lahn all day +
+ The Energetic and Hartford left for the scene of the wredk this after afternoon af afternoon er ernOOQ ¬ + +
+ noon The Hercules returned tonight to procure laborers and lighters f tocommente to tocommence + 4 4commence
+ commence the work of discharging the Lahns cargo immediately +
+ The passengers on the Lahn number about 100 in the saloon mostly +
+ Americans and about 700 Italian immigrants in the steerage + +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
ference drawn that the entire seven seventeen seellteen seventeen ¬
teen Democrats would ould be b beousted ousted It Itis Itisthe is isthe isthe
the general opinion that thoHC tnonoDemo tnonoDemocrats Demo Democrats Democrats ¬
crats whose majorities reached close to tothe tothe tOthe
the maximum given above will be al allowed allowed atlowed ¬
lowed to retain their seats but that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the others will be thrown out It is isalso Isalso Isalso
also believed that the unseating of the theentire theentire theentire
entire seventeen which the Wolcottites Wolcottitesdemand Wolcottltesdemand Woicottitesdemand
demand will give them the balance of ofpower ofpo ofpower
power po er in the house But should this thisbe thisbe thisbe
be done and the threat of the th Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats who control the senate to tounseat tounseatecry unseat unseatevery unseatevery
every Republican senator be carried carriedout carriedouto carriedout
out the result would likely he a dead deadtdck deadtdck deadidek
tdck for the senate then unanimously unanimouslyDemocratic unanimouslyD unanimouslyDemocratic
Democratic D mocratic would refuse to enter a ajoint ajoint ajoint
joint session So that whatever the re report report report ¬
port of the committee may be there therewill there1l1 thereWill
will 1l1 be sufficient opposjtion to make maketomorrows maket maketomorrows
tomorrows t r 1orrows session an interesting one oneOn oneOn oneOn
On Tuesday the legislature meets In Injoint Injoint Injoint
joint session to ballot for a successor to toUnited to1Jnlted tolTnIted
1Jnlted United States Senator Henry M Teller TellerThe Tellerrrhe TellerThe
The equal division of the Republicans Republicansfor
for and against exSenator E O Vbl Wolccitt Vblcott Volcoft
cott remains intact with no apparent apparenthope apparenthope apparenthope
hope of a change between now and andTuesday andTuesday andTuesday
Tuesday TuesdayFULL TuesdayfULL TuesdayfULL
FULL MASONIC MASONIGHONORS MASONIGHONORSRemains HONORS HONORSi HONORSRemains HONRSRemains
i
Remains of CongressmanThom CongressmanThomas Congressman Thom Thomas ¬ i ias
as H Tongue of Oregon laid laidto laidto
I
to Rest Yesterday YesterdayHillsboro YesterdayHlllsboro YesterdayIlillaboro
I
Hillsboro Ore Jan 18 ISThe The remains of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the late Congressman Thomas H Tongue Tonguewere Ton Tonguewere ue i
were laid ai to rest e today the funeral ra raamong core coremonies coremonies
it fg
monies 1 being e attended by 3COQ people peopleamong peopleamong
among whOm wht > m were a delegation of con congressmen cone conufr congreasmen ¬
gressmen e from m AVasnington the t entire entireOregon entireOregon
ufr mle rs r tor1ie tor1iethe
Oregon state legislature le the governor governorthe
the state officials and numerous mater fraternal frlt maternal r rnal ¬
nal bodies The remains lay In statein stateinthe state sttelathe in intht
the > hall of the Washington county count court courthouse courthouse courthouse
house from 10 1 a m until 2 p m when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they were taken to the > Methodist church churchof churchof
of which Mr Tongue was a member memberAfter memberAfter memberAfter
After tthe church services the funeral funeralprocession funeralprocession funeralprocession
procession headed by the th grand Masonic Masoniclodge Masoniclodge Iasonlclodge
lodge of Oregon was formed and the re remains remains ¬
mains escorted < l to a neighboring ceme cemetery cemetery cemetory ¬
tery wh where re they were buried with full fullMasonic fultMasonlc fulltasonic
Masonic honors Many special trains trainswere trainswere
were run to Hillsboro oday in order that thatthe thatthe
the mourning friends and constituents of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr Tongue might attend the last sad sadrites sadrlte3 sadrites
rites ritesThe rlte3The ritesThe
The Congressional delegation deleA tlon whIch ac accompanied accompanied acconipauled ¬
companied the theumialns remains from VashinjUm VashinjUmstarted Va5h1mtonstarted Vashtngtunstarted
started on their homeward journey to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night going by way < of California CaliforniaBOMB CaliforniaII CaiifornlaBOMB
II IIBOMB
BOMB AS A PLAYTHING PtfYTHH PL1WTHLNGrio G Gio v vTrio
Trio io of Cheyenne Boys Recaive ReceiveP BeceivePain BeceivePainful Pain Painful n nful
ful Injuries InjuriesSpecial InjuriesSpecIal InjuriesSpecial
Special to The iterald iteraldCheyenne l IteralilCheyenne erald eraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo 0 Jan IS ISA A crowd of
boys found a dynamite bomb in the thestreet theStreet
street near noarthe the Union Pacific depot de pot this thisafternoon t thisafternoon his hisaftErnoon
afternoon and desiring to hear the ex explosion expUlsion explOslon ¬
plosion they lighted it with a match matchWillie ItlfltchWnUe matchWillie
Willie Scanlan Robert Marti Harry HalT Pe Peters Peters Feters ¬
ters and two or three others were unable unableto
to get out of harms way and altrwenr In Injured Injured inlured ¬
jured The Scanlan boy had two finders findersand fln fingersabd ers ersand
and the thumb of his right haqd blown blownaway blownaway blownaway
away the Marti boy lost one finger and andreceived aJll1received aiulreceived
received Injuries on the head and the thePeters theeters thePeters
Peters eters Tad was struck by b a flying piece piecef pieceQf pieceQr
Qf f brass cutting a deep gash over one oneyc Oneeye
eye < < yc Where the bomb came fromis from 18 not notdefinitely notdefinitely notdefinitely
definitely known but it is believed to tohave tohave
have been similar to the dynamite caps capsthat capsthat capsthat
that are used in the railroad shops to toblow t i iblow
blow rivets riv ts from boilers boilersDRUNK boilersDRUNK boilersDRUNK
DRUNK AND ASLEEP ASLEEPItalian < A AItalian j
Italian Killed on theShQ the Shoreline ShorelineTrack ShoIt LiI e eTrnckiItWyoming1 eTrack
Track TrnckiItWyoming1 TrnckiItWyoming1Special in Wyoming inWyomingSpecial WyomingSpecial
> Special to The Herald4 Herald4been Herald HeraldEanston 4 4Evanston
Evanston Vyo Jan Tanl8Ce 18Cesare are Vln Vlntatner Vesintamer
tamer an Italian coaImlner coal miner Whcfhi1d who hd
been carousing at Kemmerer Wjfo V o fell fellasleep tellasleep feltasleep
asleep on the Short Line track and was wasInstantly wa waLntantly W Wlnntantly
Instantly killed by the fast fa t mail The Theaccident Thelddent Theaccident
accident occurred on a sharp bend b t1 < t Inthe Inthetrack rn In the thetrack e etrllCk
track making It ItlmpossI Impossible e for thfeiCrisl thfeiCrislneer thchgIneer th C gi gineer
neer to see him
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ABRAMS ffEWITTP4SstS ON OND i iDeathRelieved
Death D DeathRelieved ath Relieved the Sufferings of the Aged Statesman and a d Finan FinanY Fin9nCleraJ FinancLt
Y t < J Jw Jcierat
w cierat cLt 6 Oclock O lock Sunday SundayMorning SundayMorningi Morning MO Q g gv < V Vx
x frJ v t tV iJi i J H jf i1 l 1
i VWw v i t jyj t d Blowitz BI BlowitzD wifzDe DeaB ad a < f V i
Yt7FW Ew YORK Jan ISAbram S SHewitt SHewltt
N 1 NEW N Hewitt former mayor ay r of New NewYork NewYork NewYorl
York and for many years repre representative representative ¬
sentative in congress died ied at 6 oclock oclockthis oclockthis ocIokthis
this morning in his eightyfirst year yearhaving yearhaving yearhaving
having been be n critically Ill for ten ten days daysWith daysVith daysWith
With him at the th moment of death were werehis werehis werehis
his wife his three sons and three threedaughters threedaughters threedaughters
daughters daughtersMr
Mr Hewitt who has been in feeble
i
Abram S Hewitt Hewitthealth Hewitthealth flewitthealth
health for some months was attacked attackedwith attackedwith attackedwith
with obstructive jaundice on Jan 8 8and Sand 5and
and from the first it was realized by his hisattending hIsattendIng hisattending
attending physicians Dr Keyes and andDr andDr andDr
Dr Keyes jr that there was practi practically practically practically ¬
cally no nOhope hope of the aged patients re recovery recovery reCovery ¬
covery On the following Sundty it itwas itwas itwas
was thought that Mr Hewitt could not notHAD notHAD notHAD
HAD MONTANA INTERESTS INTERESTSAbram INTERESTSAbram INTERESTSAbram
Abram S Hewitt a Heavy Investor Investorin
in Treasure State StateButte State13utte StateButte
Butte Mont Jan IS ISEnMayor ExMayor Ma3or H HEW w
Ht has nearly nearl a million dollars inyestel
in 1 various enterprises In the suite of
Montana Mr Hewitt was one on > of the theoriginal theQriglnal theoriginal
original promoters ol thb Great Falls Fallssmelter Fallsme1ter Fallsamelter
smelter which was ztfterward terwald consoli consolidated consolidated consolldated ¬
dated with the East Helena works under uoderthe underthe uflderthe
the name of the United States Smaltiii Sm SmoltiiitRefining 1tll1 1tll1Refining r rRefining
Refining company < of which company
Ive was president and many years a di director ¬
rector rectorMr rectorMr ioctorMr
Mr Hewitt was also a prime mover in inthe inthe inthe
the construction of the big electrical electricaltransmission eltCtricBltransmission electricaltransmission
transmission plant of the Missouri Power Powercompany Powercompany Powercompany
company at Canyon Ferry which fur furnishes furnishes furnishes ¬
nishes power for the Butte mines 109 109miles 1eonines 100miles
miles distant distantAS distantAS distantAS
AS MAN AND WIFE WIEEMen wi wiMentofle
Mentofle Men 1 en tone France Jan IS ISThe The crown crownprincess crOW11princess crownprincess
princess of Saxony and M LGfron Glron with withwliom withwl10m withwhom
whom she eloped elop d have arrived here h re and andintpnd andint and1ntnd
intpnd int nd to stay two months The have havetaken hatttaken havetsken
taken the name Af f M and Mme Andre AndreGerard AndI1Gerard AndrtGerard
Gerard
1
1 survive the night ili gbt and the the membersof members bers or
his family were summoned to his bd bdsWe beiIs bedside
side s de but his vitality kept him alive
for a week longer On Thursday Mr
Hewitt rallied so 0 strongly that tba some
hope was entertained that be might n Jght re recover recover ¬ I
cover but on the he following night a re r relapse ¬ I
lapse occurred and it was then evident evt ent
that the end was not far off A A slight II
improvement was noted on Saturday Saturdaymorning I I Imorning
morning but late that night the pity phvskian pitysician
skian notified Mr Hewitts son H Hooper Iicoper j
Cooper < ooper Hewitt that d dEath ath was imipi iraipinent imipinent imipinent
nent and the other children Edward EdwardR
R Hewitt Erskine Hewitt Hewi tt Mrs J O I
Green Miss Sarah Hewitt and andleanor Mis Misiileanor
leanor j G Hewitt were wer summoned summonedandwith summoaeandwith
andwith their theirmotberrajned Jnofherr motherremained JDained by b3 the the1
bedside until the end emlThe endThe
The funeral services which will be beconducted beconducted beconducted
I I
conducted by Bishop Potter will be
h held ld in Calvary Calvar church of which Mr MrHewitt
Hewitt was as a member r on Wednesday I
Mr Hewitt wasborn was born In Haveretraw w
N Y on July 31 1822 1 and was grad graduated graduated graduated ¬ J
uated from Columbia college at the
head hf > ad of his class in 1842 184 With Ed Edward Edward
ward Cooper son of Peter Cooper be I
funded the firm of Cooper Hewitt
to which Peter Cooper whose daughter daughterMr r I
Mr Hewitt married turned over his hisiron hisiron
iron business businessMr businessMr businessMr
Mr Hewitt organised Cooper Union UJ On I
He has been the secretary of the board boardof
of trustees continuously on tI R noSI Y In 1874 M MHewitt Mr MrHewitt
Hewitt was Elected h1 eh ct ctd d to congress c congress ngress serv serving servlag rv rvlng ¬
lag with the exception ex pUon of one term terrauntil termuntil termuntil
until 1SSS 1886wb when n h be was elected mayor mayorof JPa JPaOf mayorOf I
of New York York2E YorkM YorkliL
2E DE DEBLOWITZ DEBLOWITZ BLOWITZ DEAD DEADDeceased DEADDeceased I IDeceas
Deceased Deceas d Was Paris Correspondent of ofliondon ofLondon ofLondon
London Times TimesParis TimesParis TimesParis
Paris Jan 18 ISoHenri Henri Georges Ste Stephene Stepl1ene Stepliene
phene Adolphe Opper de Blowitz for formany formany
I many yeans e correspondent of the th Lon ¬
don Times in Paris died here this thisevening thisvening thisevening
I evening M Mde de deBiowits Blowitz experienced an anattack allattack anattack
attack of apoplexy a few days ape KO He Hewas Hewas Hewa
was wa born m bi ISt IStCHICAGO lS1I lS1CHICAGO 182CHICAGO
I
CHICAGO GRAND JURY JURYNearly JURYNearly JIJRYNearly
Nearly Forty Indictments to toBe Be JBe JBeturned l lturned e eturned
turned 3oday 3odayChicago day odayChicago dayChl
Chicago Chl o Jan W lWhen When bea the graiid gra ld Jury
especially convened eon ened to investigate I the
real < < famine shall h ll make Its report tomor ¬
row it Is exoect exDeC expected that there theJewtn will be
thirtvnlne thtrtvJ lne true Mils returned against againstcoal gafn gatnsteol t
coal l dealers Tbe be fBdictnents ts It te said
win chnrse i tl the coat dealers with thls thlstiens viola ¬
tions of the antitrust laws and with wit
blacklisting blacklistingThe blRcltlIsUftJThe blHcltflstiogThe
The charse of biacteHsUnx blac Is made
against awa ginstretailers iDst1eta retailers lIers and especially it i te I said aij
1 4lenlnst Hliwt the Retail Dealers Asaoelatkm of
Illinois and WJscoa Wiscoitain WiscoitainDBOPPED ia iaw 1 1IIO
IIO IIOI
I DROPetID D DEAD DEADNew AD ADI
NW > w York I < ork JanlS Janmpr Profewwr P r Arthur Aith ur
I WIner droppetf drOppe dead herTtonfehT here tOnQbt frOm Jrfrma
heart dlaeaie Prtesaor bus a Je lee e
tncetfirrtbis tar tbls country eoQU en P1M1a Fro literature Uterat
I I for about ab ut teo t y yrs rs H He lectorcd lIeet iQch in < n Ch
ca ft6nder under nder the p patipage tromge of Mrs Mr P Potter to
Palmer and aOQ a eonrse oe su supported rted by Mrs
J T J j Astor sto and other promiasnt P1lmia nt women
Ihad had been en set for an a early date a1e ta this tb
city
HARVEST OF DEATH DEATH7ASHINGTOX ON > 1 THE RAllfWltYS RAllfWltYSI
+ I
4 tIl 7ASHINGTON 7ASHINGTOX Jan J 18 18A A statement s crnelt prepared p epared by bYth theinterstate int ate com comyy comV +
4 + yy V merce commission shows that during the three thr e months ended Sept + s
4 3D 3 1902 there were 263 persons killed and 2613 injured In train ae aecidents a acldents + +
+ 3 cidents Other ther kinds of accidents including those sustained s by b em emf eni eniployes entployes +
+ f ployes while at work vork and by passengers in getting on or off cars etc etcf etcbring + +
4 f bring the total number of casualties casnalt1esup up to 12007 the thekJIled killed numbering +
4 845 and the injured 11162 During the three months covered by the thestat thestatment state statement statement +
+ ment the traffic of f a large majority of the th railroads ran oad5 has been heavier heavierf henvlerthan heavierthan +
+ f than ever before necessitating the employment of new men 1en In n train trainand trainandyard atad atadyard aitdyard +
+ yard work workThe i +
4 + The total number of collisions and derailments derailDentsasgl4S was 445 4S of which whichf + 4
+ f 1444 were collisions and 1014 1OHder derailments der Jlments of which 61 fiFc grflJsIons collisions tllsjong anfi92 an and i9 i9derailments e 4 +
4 f derailments affected passenger trains JThe the damage to cars caPs engines and androadways + 5
4 roadways ioadV s by these accidents amounted to S219SOOO 19SOOO +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
GERMANS HAD HADTO J JTO
TO WITHDRAW WITHDRAWCruiser
I
Cruiser Panther Fired FiredUpontott FiredUpontottSan Upon Fort FoctSan FortSan
San Carlos CarlosQUICK CarlosQUJCK CarlosQUICK
QUICK REPLY REPLYWAS V WAS W AS RECEIVED RECEIVEDKAISERS RECEIVEDKAISERS
0 0KAISBaS
KAISERS WARSHIP W SOO1T soo SOOBUSINBS TTAT TTATBUSINESS 1 AD ADBUSINESS >
BUSINESS BLSBWJdJdRB BLSBWJdJdRBMaracalbo ELSBW1teIp3 ELSBW1teIp3f
f 5 5Miracaibo
+ Maracalbo clbo Venezuela Jan JaR1S JaR1Sroo Jan15The IS + + f ft
+ + t The German cruiser cnai er Panther Panthershelled 4 +
4 9 shelled Fort San Carlo at the en entnulce 4 4trance
+ 5 trance to Lake Maraealbo o yester yesterdq 4 4f 4d7
+ f day for o ODe c hour The fort re retunllJd 4
4 turned the flr fire fl with fear 1 guns 4
4 The Panther withdrew in the di 4 4
4 reetlon of Curacao 4 + 5
4 Fart JrertSaD Sao Carlos is twentytwo 4
4 mites from Maracaibo and com com1IUHHIs cornmoods 4
4 moods Ute entrance traDce to the lake or orlnaer 4 4inflerbay
+ inner inflerbay bay S +
4 4 The correspondent ent of the Asso 4 4
4 c1ted Press has received the fol followlftg following
4 + lowing from f General Bello the 4 9 9commander
4 + commander of the fort fortterday +
4 + Yesterday terday afternoon at 1230 12 30 4 4
4 Fort San Carlos as 5 5 attacked artack d and andshelled 4 +
4 4 + shelled without any provocation on onour 4 4ouC
4 our part without previous notlfi ao ft ftcation 4
4 5 cation or the delivering of An ul ult1matum 4 4timtu91
4 + timatum timtu91 by the German cruiser cruiserPaDther 4 4Panther 4tPanther
+ Panther which tried to force the 4
4 1 entrance ent 4 After a fight gltt t lasting 18stingan lastingan 4
+ an boar during which the fort 4
4 used u only four suns ns the Panther > r rW86 4
4 5 wag obliged to abandon the fight ht +
4 4 and retreated in the direction of ofCuracao ofCurco 4
+ Curacao The fort suffered sutfe d no nodamage nodamage 4 +
+ damage aDd only three men were WErewoUDded 4 4s
4 wounded woUDdedThere wouudedThere 4
4 + There have been popular demon demonstnlUens 4 4StraUons
+ straitens in the streets st as a result resultDt
4 4 ef the t th shelling of the fort fortPRESEUCEOF + V VPRESENCE
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
0 0PRESENCE
PRESENCE PRESEUCEOF OF MIND MINDDr MINDDr
Dr Frank Gunsalus Averted AvertedDisaster a aDisaster aDisaster
Disaster DisasterChicago DisasterhK DisasterCbkaao
Chicago hK Jan 18 18You You will please plt > Se Ir IrGoe irdoe mf mf3on
doe me for suwptag 8toP in the racist of ofmon a asermon 11Dio
sermon mon but b 1 am suffering from an qfct qfctinjury t tflinTy
Diob fiZ3
injury Dio to torny my hip i today and find it imp i i1tIf impslble i irWe
rWe 1tIf to continue onUn Kindly Kin4l pass out at atconHusion atconrluslon t tOnCIUSIOn
conHusion 0 of < rf the benediction and proteCt procefrlto
to your our homes without the usual closing closingservices c1osirt c1osirttvteefi closirigservieec
services servicesIn tvteefi tvteefiIn
In this way Rev Re Frank Gunsalus dis dismissed iismissed is ismisiKd ¬
missed the congregation Co l at1on of 0 the Peopir Peopirhurch Peophoturlb Penichurch
church todav His auditors who hli hac haclistened hd hdItstcneJ c cli
listened li tfned to the first part of his srmou srmouwere sermoLwere rmOB rmOBwert
were > s PiCfM > n > rise at its sudden sUttd tcrminatior tcrminatiorThe torminatintThev trminatktThor
The uasse eassed out e t of the bofldtoir tJn quiet quletltaot quiellmet 1 1feot
met IIM Hwwftas = that the > pastor had die dism di dim diemIssed
mIssed m > aae4 them soticenly IAJ Geftly for or the t purpose or orav i iavoiding f favoldbyg
avoiding av a aThe panic panicsmoke sankThe
The theatre was r1pidty fUli fining wH with withsrnnke h hsmnke
smoke when Dr Gunsalus brought tr trsrrrvlces thto tCsrvkes
srrrvlces to a sudden su n close The trout troublWI troub1was > l lw
w WI was found later to b be a broken furnact furnactbut furnilClIt furnuehut
but it was Wi as said there was no danger from fromfire fromJ fromfwe
fire
J NE EMEWCTlM ME Q VICTIM VICTIMInjuries
1 11 11Iti e eicaiz
icaiz Taili4 Iti Mt S Eurvhe e IDs IDsInj s
Injuries InjuriesWashington Inj ries
Washington Jan IS 15A A special Spt > ial < abl ablcraiR abhra abinra
craiR nra ra which came ame to the navy depajtrnent depajtrnenttodav ckpatmnttoday depaitmenttoday
today from San Juan P 1 B annuiincv acnuunci acnuunciUe < l lUse
Use death of A S Take rh the coxswain coxswainon
on t th the IniteJ States battleship Massa Massachusetts Massac1uetts Massachusetta ¬
chusetts who was W fatally iajared in the theoowder theDOwoler tIlenowder
oowder explosion in the eightinch gui guitKrret guitrmt un unu
tKrret u > rret of that vessel Friday Frida while bU of ofCiuehra offnlehra ofCulebra
Ciuehra island In the < ablegram abk m yestet yestetdav yt y > Stel Stelday h hdav
dav Tacke was Wa reported injured though thoughthe thoththe
the 0ress nrf > SS oispatches jjspath = s lator at r in the t e day an announced anrounecd ¬
nounced his death The dead mkn mfin msn e
listed in the navy from St Upuis UpuisTh Loul iouisThe
Th T The officials here e arv Ii ar awaiting aaitln the theDort nI nIoort renort
Dort of the beard Of inquiry into m to ttj ttjcauses t tcauses IiC IiCeau
causes eau leading up to the accident ac gceidnten idfnt idfntD Mfl Mflits
D en its It ts conclusion will depend wr w whether whethernt f Itr r < r riut
nt a courtmartial will be necessary necessaryG I1c essU7 essU7It
It c c cC
C W FULTON LEADS LEADSFigures LEADSPigures
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Figures on the Senatorial Senator LlRace B 3ce oe in inOregon inOregcn inOregen
Oregon OregonSalom OregcnSalm OregenSalem
Salem Ore it > Jan afl ts tSBal lUailOd BaHotftwc tPf tPftes f flnited
Cnited Stat StaiCs tes s senator vil begin be 1I tf a Tae Taesince Tuesday rues ruesday
day next f today h hi hes hh been the e esince
since th legislature opened Oitne meet IDGRr Of tw twmembers 1Jwmembers tbemembers
members having gone to t their nones nonesto Of Ofe Ofn Oft 01to
to Portland n during the three c1 days raccg raccgnot races racesVery
Very e few of t them a sic in the city and wW wWnot i
not return oetore belo e tomorrow cfserneOB cfserneOBOn tirDOOILOn tiCrnoOnOn
On the > first ballot for f Cnmd tnitdsenator Dlhd 8 8senator Iate Iatelenator
senator it is conceded that C V Tattoo FaWiwill F TattooeIiI
will had with about thirty t vot votet votetGovernor otf > s = BSt BStGovernor
Governor T I T G Gcr er r win probably proba ly rai raisecond a5tsecond nalti
second lCl with d inc c < to twenty t nty Jonithai JonithaiBourne J01lth1Bourle JotithatBourne
Bourne and Biucr licrrraann H rrrtpt1l1 will cii hay huwfrom htYfroID hayfrom
from six to ten eaci TJn Democrat Democratcotnptiourtary Dt Demoer1complimtxtar > molr molrcompUmutary
cotnptiourtary vrte n te will KO to O K l S SWood SWood S SWood
Wood of Portland It wilt rcuuire rC lln tort tortsix tOrQ tOrQotes tortjaix
six rotes otes to elect electNO eretNO
NO NOREPLY REPLY yt FROM FR 2 2NOREPLY CHINA CHINAUltimatum CFIINAUltimatum
Ultimatum of th the Powers Seemingly SeeminglyHad see mingly minglyHad
Had Ko o Effect Effecteldn E1fectPaldn EffectPekin
Paldn eldn Jan 18 IBCbIaa China has not yet re replied
plied to the note sIgned sl Oy all the th for forniuted foreign foretgn
eign ministers here with the exccption exccptionlJ
of United lJ ted States Minister Mlw ter Confer in mfailure infonnin informing
forming the Chinese se goY81UJent that th thfailureto thfailure
failureto failure to ftlffll its oMteatlons in refus refusine rtfusng returlag
lag ng to pay thewar the war indemnity IDde IIIdY on a goti gotibasis gpUbasis gohibasis
basis as provided for f by the peace 2lC pro protocol jroto iw iwtocol ¬
tocol to ol would entail grave consequences consequencesUhe
the governmtnt undoubtedly nn ly is hard hardDressed harIpre hardpressed
Dressed pre for money although altltou < < b if the pro provrcc3l pr prvtnd provfttcii
vrcc3l vtnd vfttcii 1 olficials eoOect COn collected ct d tb tbe revenues revenueshonestly teVCtlu5bot revenueshonestly
bot honestly < sUy the indemnity ea1y a Uy 1 could be beraised IWrakd Lcra
raised raisedVICTIM rakdVICTIMOF ra
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VICTIM VICTIMOF OF YELLOW YEllGWFEVER YEllGWFEVERDeath FEVER FEVERDeath FEVERDeath
Death of Lieutenant lOtchell jtjefl at atPanama atPanamR atPanama
Panama Saturday SaturdKypanasta SaturdayPanama atuitiAYPaD
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Panama PaD u tL Jan Ml ILieUteUSflt Llewteoant euant Mitchell Mitchella lIitch 11 IIa
a sraduate graduateof ra4u te of AnnapoUa who was wa an of officer otftceron offleer ¬
fleer ftceron on board the Colombia C l < Mltbiaa sovern government governmentgimboat overnmnt overnmnttnmboat nt ntDoat
tnmboat Doat died here Saturday Saturd night of yel yelkrw yellOW ye yelow
lOW fever Several of t the > e Bogotas otli otlier oieesw otfieem
eesw er icttbere left here for o tnTJnt the Unite 4 States about abouttwo abouttwo abouttwo
two w weeks < < ete kB age 8I Lieutenant Mitchell then thenwas thuvaS thens
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j W V Thompson > who lost ewerythlnR ewerythlnRLoss everythlnLoss evryth1ngLsss
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4 San Francisco CaL Jan 18 18Five + t tf of ofFive
+ f Five Chinese were shot two wo1atal iatal iatalf + +
4 f ly tonight In n a tong tQ 1g war In IJI China Chinatown Chinatown + 4town +
+ town There ThQ wer three sueees suecess 4 + f ff
4 f s sive ive ve shooting affrays the = JitttJr kttrtwo ttjpr ttjprf = + f ftwo
+ f two being ih retaliation r teJitttionot of She Shefirst tlefirst thefirst +
> first which took place p1aeein in a gam uriL uriLbUng +
4 4 Wing den In th the first affray alf t thi1 thi1t th thi + fr frintended
+ t i intended victim was shot through dtrCughthe 4 4the r rthe
+ > the body and two bystanders w re restruck e ey 4 4struck
+ y struck by the bullets but not seri seri4ously Siiously + 4onaly
+ 4ously ously injured Pour men are re e in jnjan + r rjail
+ + jail and the polhse polb say they theyhave theyhaveong haw hawstrong 4
4 + strong ong evidence against two of the rr rrr 4 t tp
4 r prisoners p isoners 4
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