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11111 SWEB OTHERS QUESTIONS QUESTIONSI QUESTIONSNOW QUESTIONSLMOw
LMOw I iy OV DrYoung please be so kind kindas 1 kindIN d
NOW 1 IN as to explain how you would wouldtreat wouldtreat wouldtreat
treat heart disease demanded demandedr demandedII
Dr r T B Beatty of Osteopath A M MYoung 31Young MYoung
II Young during the discussion before the thesenates thesfnates theSenates
senates public health committee yes yesterday yeste yestErday ¬
terday te rday of the merits of osteopathy osteopathyA osteJpathy osteJpathyA
A vertical lesion caused by affec affection affectJon altection ¬
tion of the third t ird ganglia adjacent to tothe tothe tothe
the fifth vertebra began Dr Young Youngin Youngin
in his reply and before finishing his hissentence hisstntence hisntence
sentence used the words funlculii funlculiiendoneurlm funi funiculiendoneurftn uU uUuendoneurlm
endoneurlm neurilemma medul medullated medul1ated medullated
lated and peripheral peripheralDr
Dr Beatty sank gasping In his chair chairbefore chaIrefore chairbefore
before efore the volley of polysyllables was washalf v LtS LtShalf s shalf
half delivered and the stenographer stenographerwho
who was recording the join debate debatethrew debatethrew debatethrew
threw his pencil behind the steam radi radiator adi adiator adIator ¬
ator With the conclusion of the sen sentence sentfnce seatence ¬
tence the senators and the spectators spectatorsburst spectatorsburst spectatorsa
a burst into a hearty laugh laughPeppered InughPeppered laughPeppered
Peppered by questions and cross crossm crossquestions crossquestions
m questions Dr Young held the thefloor floor for forover folOer
1 over an hour In his support of the themeasure themeasure theII
measure which the osteopaths are try
II Ing to have enacted In their behalf by bythe bythe bythe
the Utah legislature The committee committeetook committeetook committeetook
took no action yesterday but will dis discuss discuss disCUSS ¬
cuss the bill In executive session next nextMonday nextMonday nexthlonday
Monday
Cant Obtain Justice JusticeOwing JusticeOwing 3usticeOwing
Owing to the perjudlce which ex exists exJsts exists ¬
ists In the minds of the medical pio piofesslon PIOfession pzofession
fession against osteopathy it Is simply
impossible toy osteopaths to obtain obtainjustice obtainjustice obtainjustice
justice at the hands of a medical medicalboard medIcalboard medicalI
I board declared Dr Young when asked askedwhy askedwhy askedWhy
why his colleagues would not take ex examinations examinations examinationg ¬
aminations In everything but but2nedica materia materiamedica materIamedIca
medica As well make Methodists the theJudges thejUdges thejudges
Judges of the qualifications of candi candidates candidates candidates ¬
dates for ordination Into the Catholic Catholicpriesthood CathoUcprIesthood Catholicpriesthood
priesthood Certain it is that no Cath Catholic Cathofle ¬
olic 011 could pass any examination before beforea b fore forea
a Methodist board The fundamental fundamentaldifferences fundamentaldifferences
V differences are too great and yet no nobroadminded nobroadmInded nobroadminded
broadminded man would for a moment momentquestion momentquestion momentquestion
question that each church churchcah can save savesouls ve vesouls vesouls
souls and does save souls soulsDr soulsDr soulsDr
Dr Beatty speaks of medicine as a ascience aslenc ascience
science Why there is not a physician physicianwho physicIanwho physicianwho
who can predict with certainty the ef effect effect effeet ¬
fect of a dose of calomel of a glvan glvansize giv givnsizeS 311 311size
size sizeS and yet that is one of the th reme remedies remedIes ¬
dies they prescribe most frequently in inone inone Inone
1
one form or another There is not one oneof oneof oneof
of you here who can name the chemical chemicalingredients ch chmtcaiLu m1cal m1calingredients
ingredients of morphine another drug drugyou drugOU drugyou
Lu you OU are constantly prescribing prescribingKnow prescribingXnow prescribingKnow
Know the Germs Well WellYqu WellYQU WellIL
Yqu say we are notqualified not qualified In Ivjc Ivjcterlqlpgy hJcteriQlpgjand b3cterio1pg
IL terlqlpgy teriQlpgjand and a d microscopy The doctor doctorwho doctorwho doctorvho
who madethat made that assertion professed to totell tottll totell
tell all about osteopathy but he was wastotally wastotaliy wastotally
totally Ignorant of thafact the fact that tne tnelaboratory tne1aboratory thelaboratory
laboratory equipment of our university universityIn unlveritIn
In Klrksville is finer and better than thanthat th3nthat thanthat
that of th6 th state university of Missouri ofUissJurIand Missouriand Mismuriand
and that our school has a complete as assortment a5sortment asL
L sortment of all the standard germcul germcultures germ germcullures < ul ul1urES ¬
lures and supplies other schools with withmounts withmounts withmounts
mounts mountsYou mountsYou mountsYou
You say we should not be permitted permittedto
to treat contagious diseases Why our ourrecord ourrcord ourrccord
record with acute ailments and conta contagious contagIous contagious ¬
gious diseases is far better than any anything anything ny nything ¬
thing the medical practice can produce produceIn
In one county in Missouri where there therewas therewas therewas
was an epidemic of smallpox last year yearOO yearr
r 200 OO cases were treated by osteopathic osteopathlcmethods osteopathicmfthods osteopathicmethods
methods and only nly two were w re lost Equal Equalthat Equalthat Equalthat
that if you ou can canTell canTell canI
Tell me the antidote for emameda emamedamuscarla emamedamusCarIa emameda2uusearia
I
muscarla demanded Dr Henry Henr La LaMotte LalIotte LaMotte
Motte when Dr Young had finished finishedDr
r Dr Young hesitated hesitatedWhat hesitatedWhat hesitatedWhat
What did he say asked Senator SenatorBamberger SenatorBamberger
1 Bamberger in a stage whisper leaning leaningover leaningoyer leaningover
over towards Senator Whitmore WhitmoreAmerican WhitmoreAmerican VhltmoreAmerican
American muskrat I think but I Tnever Inever Ip
p never knew they the were poison respond responded ¬
ed d Senator Whitmore with a puzzled puzzledexpression puzzledexpressIon puzzledepression
expression epressiontAh
Ah Say the Doctors DoctorsDr
Dr Young finally admitted he didnt didntknow dldntJmow didntknow
know the antidote antidoteAh anti antidoteAli ote oteAh
Ah ejaculated Dr LaMotte with witheringly witherjngl witheringly
eringly eringlyAh erjnglAh
Ah echoed Dr F S Bascom with withrcork with1Tork withnoek
rcork surprise surpriseAh surpriseUAh
UAh Ah triumphantly chorussed Drs DrsBeatty DrsBeatt DrsIleatty
Beatty Beatt Hanchette Fisher White Fol Folland FolJand
1 land Plummer and Young who consti constituted constituted constituted ¬
tuted the remainder of > f the doctors doctorscommittee doctorsommlttee doctorscommittee
committee committeeEveryone committeeEveryone ommltteeEveryone
Everyone knows vhat hat that ha is se severely sefrEf3 sovorely ¬
verely frEf3 continued Dr LaMuite T Iae follow following f 3110wL n w wing ¬
L ing up his advantage All the other otherdoctors otherdoetors otherdoitors
doctors nodded with equal severity severitytheir severitytheir ecrltythplr
their looks telling as plain > Iain is s weds wedscould wedsould ds dsould
ould that there was no posstbV ex excuse cxuse x xcuse ¬
cuse use for ignorance as to ammimada ammimadamuscaria amnumadnmuscaria amammadamuscarla
muscaria or its ItsanU antidote pte The senators senatorstried senatorstried senatorstried
tried to look reprovingly at Dr Young Youngas
as If to rebuke his ignorance but their theirattempt theirattempt theirattempt
attempt was a failure Dr Young didnt didnteven didntwn didnteven
even wn blush blushHow blushHow blushHow
How many grains of he retorted retortedgetting retortedJptting retortedgetting
getting back at the array arm of medicos medicoswith medicoswith medicoswith
with a collection of Latin adverbs ad adjectives adjectives adjectives ¬
jectives and nominatives which sent sentthem sentthpmscurring sentthemscurrying
them thpmscurring thpmscurringUAh scurrying scurryingAh
UAh Ah said Dr Young and Ah Ahechoed Ahhoed 4thechoed
echoed hoed the osteopathIc gallery when whennone whennone whennone
none of the physicians could answer answerthe answerthe answerthe
the question questionLet questionIu
Let us get to the point gentlemen gentlemendemanded gentlemendmanded gentlemendemanded
Iu demanded Chairman Murdock of the thesenate theenate tIesenate
senate committee when he saw the doc doctors doctors doetors ¬
tors fixing up another little teaser to tothrow tothrow tothrow
throw at the osteopaths So the logom logomachy logomachy logornF ¬
F achy was ended All of the doctors doctorsnamed doctorsnamed doctorsnamed
named above took a turn at attacking attackingosteopathy attackIngosteopathy attackingosteopathy
osteopathy and the osteopath bill their theirarguments theirarguments theirarguments
arguments being along the lines re reported reported reported ¬
ported in yesterdays edition of The TheHerald TheHerald TheHerald
Herald There will be no further pub public publie ¬
lie 11 < hearing on the subject before b fore the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate
ca caBONDSMEN
BONDSMEN SUED SUEDDetroit SUEDDetroit
1 Detroit Feb 12 12The The Detroit board of ofeducation ofeducation
education today began suit to recover recoverfrom recovertrom recoverfrom
from the bondsmen of Henry R It Andrew Andrewsformer Andrewformer Andrewformer
former cashier of the wrecked City Sav SavInps SavInlS Sayings
Inps bank and treasurer of the board board11S1431 board1ISl431 boardlgl431
11S1431 which amount of school funds the
board had on deposit when the City bank banksuspended banksuspended
4 suspended
I BOOM FOR HEARST HEARSTFOR HEARSTFOR HEARSTFORPRESiDENT
FOR FORPRESiDENT FORPRESiDENTFormer PRESIDENT PRESIDENTFormer
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Former Governor Budd of Cali California California Callrnia ¬
fornia rnia Its Author AuthorCOL AuthorY AuthorCOLBRYAN
COL COLBRYAN BRYAN Y N ON DESERTERS DESERTERSNEBBASKAN DESERTERS1JEJ3RASKAN DESERTERSNEBRsKAN
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NEBBASKAN NEBRsKAN ATTACKS ATT CKS GOLD GOLDSTANDARD G GOLDSTANDPBD LD LDSTANDARD
STANDARD DEMOCRATS DEMOCRATS7QLTJMBUS DEMOCRATSI DEMOCRATSC
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C p 7QLTJMBUS DLUMnus 0 Feb 12 12A A presi presif presidential prestdentlal
f dentlal boom in behalf of Wil WilHam Wit11am William ¬
liam R Hearst and a a bitter at attack attack attack ¬
tack on alleged deserters from the theDempcraticparty theD theDemQcraticparty
Dempcraticparty D mQ ratiifparty by William J Bryan Bryanwere Bryanwere Bryanwere
were the dominating notes at the bar barbecue barbecue barbecue ¬
becue given tonight by the Jefferson JeffersonJacksonLincoln JeffersonJacksonLincoln JeffersonJacksonLincoln
JacksonLincoln league organized a ayear ayeaI7 ayear
year ago by former Congressman John JohnJ
J Lentz and others Twelve hundred hundredmen hundredapd hundredand
men and apd women om n Were v re present The pro programme programme prograinme ¬
gramme of toasts follows followsToastmasfers followsToastmasters followsToastmasters
Toastmasters address of welcome welcomeJohn welcomeTohn welcomeohn
John ohn J Lentz Columbus ColumbusAddress ColumbusAddress ColumbusAddress
Address Local SelfGovernment for forCities forCttI forCities
Cities CttI Mayor Tom L Johnson Clev Cleveland Clevland Clevland ¬
land landAddress landA9dreS landAddezs
Address The Plain People and andTheir andI andTheir
Their Champions exGovernor James JamesH
H Budd of California CaliforniaAddress CaliforniaAddress CaliforniaAddress
I Address The Test of Democracy
W J Bryan Nebraska NebraskaClarence NebraskaI NebraskaClarence
Clarence S Darrow leading counsel counselfor counselfor counselfor
I for the United Mine Workers who whowas whowas whowas
was to have responded to the toast toastVThe toastI
I Tie Industrial Slave telegfaphli telegfaphliduring teleg telegiaphflduring aph fl flduring
during the day that owing to his hisspeech hIsspeech hisspeech
speech before the strike commission in inPhiladelphia inPhUadelphia inPhiladelphia
Philadelphia today tad a he would be un unable una Un3ie ¬
able a e to o come 0 The invocation was pro pronounced pronOlnced proflounced ¬
flounced by byRew Rev Re Herbert S Bigelow Bigelowthe Bigelothe
the Cincinnati clergyman who made an anunsuccessful anSSfUI anunsuccessful
unsuccessful SSfUI campaign for secretary secretar of ofstate ofstate ofstate
state on the Democratic ticket last lastfall lastfaU lastfall
fall fallFormer
Former Governor James H Budd Buddwho Buddwho Buddwho
who responded to the toast The Plain PlainPeople PlainPeople PlainPeople
People and Their Champions said in inpart inpart inpart
part partimight imight say that I have no objec objection objection objection ¬
tion to any people asking those to be beleaders beleaders beleaders
leaders who though not openly sup supporting supPQrttng suppottIng
porting the parties of trusts and tariff tariffexactions tnriftexactions tariffexactions
exactions have split the ranks 6f f their theirfriends theirfrIends theirfriends
friends and led to a victory that ought oughtnot oughtnot oughtnot
not to have been at any time carried carriedI carriedIwant
I Iwant want them in the ranks I want them themto themt themto
to t fight figntvUhUs withus with us but I want the ban banners banners banner ¬
ners in the hands of such men as asLentz asLentz asLentz
Lentz or Bryan or Johnson or Bill BillHearst BillHearst BillHearst
Hearst of New York YorkBudd YorkBudd YorkBudd
Budd Names Hearst HearstEach HearstEach HearstEach
Each locality has its men that thatit thatit thatit
it looks upon as champions and I find findIn findIn findin
In the far east those conservative men menwho menwho menwho
who desire to lead the Democracy Democracyagain Democracyagain Democracyagain
again are picking out their champions championsBut
But I have not seen a name mentioned mentionedby
by them under whose shirt of labor laboryou laboryoucould laboryou
you youcould could strike the iron breastplate breastplateof
of trusts Not one of them In this thisstate thisstate thisstate
state you have champions like Lentz LentzYou LentzYou LentzYou
You have champions like Tom John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son whom we have all heard of And Andwe Andwe Andwe
we in the west SaVe 1a e ar 11 champion championThe championThe championThe
The man that we believe believe1exttO next extd to your yourself yoUrself yoUrself ¬
self has done most for the cause of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the common people the man who in the thefight thefight thefight
fight when the traitors deserted you youcame youcame youcame
came to your succor and stood an able ablelieutenant ablelieutenant ablelieutenant
lieutenant under your orders the man manwho manwho manwho
who has fought all his life for a anational anational anational
national eighthour law for an income incometax incometax incometax
tax for education for national ap appropriations appropriations uppropriations ¬
propriations for schools the doctrines doctrinespreached doctrinespreached doctrinespreached
preached by Bryan and the fathers fathersthe fathersthe fathersthe
the man who was born in our state stateand stateand stateand
whom we regard as asone asone asone
and a native son
one of the greatest of the times is isWilliam IsWilliam isWilliam
William Randolph Hearst congress congressmanelect congressmanelect congressmanelect ¬
manelect of New York YorkThere YorkThere YorkThere
There are others many others nutfor But Butfor Butfor
not notwish notwish notwish
do
enough I
for me theseare these are
wish to go farther because I know knovithat knowthat knowthat
that I might fare worse worsein worseIn worseIn
in every city of Ohio there should shouldbe shouldbe
be a club of the plain people who whoshould whoshould whoshould
the theconstitution thectnstltutfon theconstitution
Its constitution
should adopt as
constitution of the league that has haggiven hasgiven hasgiven
given this magnificent dinner tonight tonightand tonightand tonightand
and if ifthat that is the case Ohio in the th next nextpresidential nextpresid nextpresidential
presidential presid nttal election in my certain certainI certainjudgm certaInjudgment
I judgment judgm nt will cast its vote for presi president presldent president ¬
dent for one of the four gentlemen gentlemenwhom gentlemenwhom gentlemenwhom
whom I have named as its champions champIonsW
I W R Hearst who had been invited invitedto invItel1to
to address the banquet sent his regret regretin
in a telegram in which he said in inpart inpart inpart
part partWhat What Constitutes History HistoryThe HistoryT4 HistoryT1e
The T4 history of a country is really reallythe reallyI reallythe
the history fils tory of a few fe great men In Inthese Inthese Inthese
I these men are crystallied the coun countrys countrys ¬
trys try 8 real life and worth Theirs is the thegenius thegenius thegenius
genius which gives expression and andreality andreality andreality
reality to the convictions and princi principles prInciples principIes ¬
ples of the people whom they repre represent represent
1 sent The three names that you have havechosen haeI
I chosen to be represented in unison are arethe arethe aretbe
the greatest names in the American Americanpeoples AmerIcanI Americanpeoples
peoples history save of course the thefoundation thefoundation thefoundation
I foundation name of Washington WashingtonWashington washingtonWashington WashingtonWashington
Washington stands apart He rep represents represents represents ¬
resents the struggle against foreign foreignsupremacy foreignI foreignsupremacy
supremacy The three men whom you youmeet youmeet youmeet
I meet to honor are the representatives representativesof
of plans and thoughts and beliefs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the American nation as a a free nation nationWashington nationVashington nationWashington
Washington made American self selfgovernment selfgoernment selfgovernment
government possible but Jefferson JeffersonJackson JeffersonJackson JeffersonJackson
Jackson and Lincoln directed Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can government into its popular Demo Democratic Democratic Democratie ¬
cratic channel and made It true trueUntil trueUnm trueUntil
Until very recently Jefferson Jack Jackson Jackson Jackson ¬
son and Lincoln could possibly be called calledtypical calledt calledtypical
typical t plcal of both of our great political politicalparties poUtlcalparties politicalparties
parties All three of these men stood stoodfor stoodtor stoodfor
for the rights of all the people and andtheir andthei andtheit
their views have been represented in inevery ineVer inevery
every eVer great political movement until untilthelater untiltheIater untilthe
thelater the later days daysIt daysIt daysIt
It cannot be denied that today one oneof oncof oneof
of the political parties has divorced divorceditself divorcedItself divorceditself
itself from American principles and andfrom andfrom andfrom
from these great American statesmen statesmenIt
It is the duty of the Democratic Democraticparty Democraticparty Democraticparty
party to return the power of govern government government government ¬
ment to the people by allying itself itselfwith itselfwith itselfwith
with those popular political forces best bestable bcstable bestable
able to accomplish that result resultWhat resultUWhat resultWhat
What force In the United States to today today today ¬
day is most in harmony with the true trueDemocracyand trueDemocrac trueDemocracy
Democracyand Democracy and best able to compete competetlcn competewith competewith
with this 1ncial1y ftiincially organized usurpa usurpatIcn usurpatlcn
tlcn of government governmentTo
To succeed the Democratic mocratlc party partymust parhmust partymust
must work under the inspiration of the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great names and thoughts of Jefferson JeffersonJackson JeffersonJackson JeffersonJackson
Jackson and Lincoln And It must mustwork mustwOrk mustvOrk
work in cooperation with the organ organized organIzed organlzed ¬
ized manhood and independence of this
CATTLE ARE STARVING ST ARVINGON ON THE TH RANGE RANGE4HEYENNE RANGEt RANGECHEYENNE
t t
4 CHEYENNE 4HEYENNE Wyo W o Feb 12 12The The storm that set in several days ago agohas agoU + 4has
+ CHEYENNE U has assumed the proportions of a blizzard throughout southern southernand 4 4and t
4 and western Wyoming and stockmen who w o are re ranging herds and andflocks andflocks 4 +
+ flocks in regions where there Is little or no n feed are now greatly alarmed alarmedIn 4 +
I 4 + In the western portions of the state snow noV has fallen to great depth depthbut 4 + +
4 4 but from Evanston east to the Nebraska Nebraskaline line the snowfall has gradually graduallydimInished graduallydiminished 4 + +
+ diminished High winds have accompanied the stprm st rm and the snow has hasbeen 4 + +
4 4 been piled up inrail inrallroad road cuts greatly to the delay of traffic The weather weatherhas weatherhas +
4 + has been bitterly cold and the indications at noon today are for even evencolder evencolder +
+ colder weather weatherIn + t
4 + In the Red Desert country between Rawllns and Evanston which whichis 4 +
4 Is the most favored of all the winter ranges In the state sheep are dying dyingthe dyingI 4 +
4 + the grass being covered up and the supply of sagebrush short Cattle are arein areIn 4 + +
4 + in poor condition owing to the long string of severe storms and In see seetions seeUons 4 +
4 + + lions where there Is no hay to feed t ed the losses will be considerable + +
+ + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
I
J
WHOM THE LORDUOVETH LORD LOJETt1 HE CHASTENETH1 aHATEN ErfH
country count the greatest greate t Democratic force forceof forceof forceof
of today
Bryan Roasts Deserters DesertersThe DesertersThe DesertersThe
The ovation ovaU n tendered Mr Bryan was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the most enthusiastic of the evening
He asserted that if there is any anyone anyoneman one oneman oneman
man in the country who has suffered on onaccount onaccount onaccount
account of lack of Democratic harmony harmonyhe harmonyhe
he is that man and charged that it itwas itwas itwas
was the opposition of alleged alIeg d Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats within the ranks of his party partythat partthat partythat
that brought him to defeat in 1896 and
1900 He said that he knew all the themen themen themen
men who had gone estray in those thoseyears thQseyears thoseyears
years and that since then they had hadsuffered h hadsuffered d dsuffered
suffered severe heart buinings buiningsIf
If it is such a serious affair to tochange tochange tochange
change party part allegiance Mr Bryan Bryansaid Bryansaid Bryansaid
said i hope these men will stay out outof outot outof
of the Democratic party There can canbe canbe canbe
be no harmony between Democrats who whocarry whocarry whocarry
carry knives for each other and hate hateeach hateeach hateeach
each other There is a beter chance chanceto
to make Democrats out of Republicans Republicansthan RepubUcansthan Republicansthan
than out of Palmer and Buckner Dem Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
ocrats ocratsThese ocratsThese ocratsThese
These men can never ne er be 1 > e in harmonjj harmonjjwith harmon harmonwith harmon harmonwith
with us unless they or wechange W change our ourpolitical ourpolitical ourPolitical
political convictions I still believe in inthe inthe inthe
the platform adopted at Chicago In 1SW 1SWand IS ISand 1Sand
and In Kansas City in 1900 I have no nothought nothought nothought
thought of surrendering my convic convictions convIctions convictlons ¬
tions Our principles were true then thenthey thenthey thenthey
they are true now I would not change changethem changethem changethem
them if I could Neither would I sur surrender surrender surrender ¬
render my principles to win any victo victory victory ¬ i iry
ry however great for my party A Aparty Aparty Aparty
party like a a ma man needs a a character characterand characterand characterand
and a membership that knows what w at Isright is isright isn1ght
right and then will do it itMr itMr itMr
Mr Bryan said he did not propose proposeto
to take his Democracy from any Dem Democratic Democratic DemOcjatic ¬
ocratic leader who received his train training tralning trainlug ¬
ing from Wall street streetAn streetAn streetAn
An expected clash between the John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son and McLean factions of thetstate thetstatecommittee the state tStatecommittee statecommittee
committee did not develop to an acute acutestage acutestage acutestage
stage no action of any y kind being be1n be1ntaken
taken takenA
A postponement of disputed points Is Islooked Islooked islooked
looked upon as a victory for Johnson Johnsonas
as it is said McLeans friends backed backeddown backeddown backeddown
down from the aggressive stand taken takenKILLED takenKilLED takenKILLED
KILLED BY POISONOUS GAS GASFive GASFive GASPive
Five Men Die and Ten More Over OverChicago Overcome Overcome
come comeChicago comeChicago
Chicago Feb 12 12Flve Five men met metdeath metdeath metdeath
death and ten were overcome tonight tonightby tonightby tonightby
by the fumes of gas escaping from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the purifying box ox in the plant of the theNorthwestern theNorthwestern theNorthwestern
Northwestern Gas Light Coke com company company cornpany ¬
pany at Blue Island IslandThe IslandThe IslandThe
The men under the direction of Su Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent ¬
perintendent Russell had been en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged In changing the purifying box boxAccording boxAccording boxAccording
According to the statements of men at atthe atthe atthe
the plant when the men finished the thework thework thework
work of changing the substance in tne tnebox tnebox tnebox
box they did not close the covers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the box When the gas was turned turnedin
in the box for the purifying process processit
it escaped in volumes volumesand and the men menwere menwere menwere
were overcome where they stood stoodThe stoodThe stoodThe
The dead deadMartin deadl1artin deadMartin
Martin C Russell superintendent superintendentGeorge superintendentGeorge superintendentGeorge
George Arnold fireman firemanJohn firemanJohn firemanJohn
John Lunong laborer laborerJ
J Larson laborer laborerAlbert laborerAlbert laborerAlbert
Albert Katolph laborer laborerThe laborerThe laborerThe
The injured injuredWilliam injuredVlIllam injuredWilliam
William Black foreman In the engine engineroom engineroom engineroom
room serious seriousCarson seriousCarson seriousCarson
Carson EngfnniV foreman forem n of digging diggingforce dig diggingforce ing ingforce
force forceEight forceEight forceEight
Eight laborers names unknown unknownRAISE unknownRAISE
0 0RAISE
RAISE FOR OPERATORS OPERATORSON OPE OPERATORSONNORTHERN ATORS ATORSON
ON ONNORTHERN NORTHERN PACIFIC PACIFICSt
St Paul Feb 12 12Th The Northern Pa Pacific Pacific Pacific ¬
cific committee of the Order of Rail Railway Railway Railway ¬
way Telegraphers which has been in insession insession insession
session since Jan 0 disbanded today todayhaving todayhaving todayhaving
having secured from the Northern Pa Pacific Pacific Paclfic ¬
cific through Superintendent of Tele Telegraph Telegraph Telegraph ¬
graph Greene modifications of the ex existing exIsting existing ¬
isting schedule which amount to a aspecial aspecIal aspecial
special increase of onesixth in wages wagesto
to a large share of the themen themenHereafterall themenHereafter men menHereafter
Hereafter Hereafterall all Sunday work is to be bepaid bepaid bepaid
paid for as overtime making an in increase increase increase ¬
crease of onesixth to all operators operatorswho operatorswho operatorswho
who work on Sundays SundaysStation SundnysStation SundaysStation
Station operators who are called out outof outof outof
of their regular hours for special work workwill workwill workill
will ill receive the hourly wage scale but butno butno butno
no call however short will be paid paidless paIdless paidless
less than 50 cents centsThe centsThe centsThe
The extra time schedule of the large largeoffices largeoffices largeoffices
offices Is raised from 29 to 40 41 cents per perhour perhour perhour
hour hourINMATES hourIN hourI
INMATES IN I N MArES MAT ES ABUSED ABUSEDIN ABUS ED EDINFoLsorAPRIs0N
IN IN FOlSOrAPRISON INFoLsorAPRIs0NSacramento FOLSOP4 FOlSOrAPRISONSacramento PRISON PRISONSacramento
Sacramento Cal Feb 12 12The The legis legislative legislative legislative ¬
lative committees which have been ex examiningthe examinlngthe examining ¬
aminingthe amining the Folsom prison prIsonbilI bill It is isstated isstated isstated
stated file a sensational report The Thereport Thereport Thereport
report will denounce in the severest severestterms severestterms severestterms
terms it Is said the use of the straightjacket straight straightjacket straightjacket
jacket In the prisons of the state as asan asan asan
an instrument of opunlshment punishment The Thelegislators Thelegislators Thelegislators
legislators caused to t be brought before beforethem beforethem beforethem
them a score of prisoners who were weregiven weregiven weregiven
given a thorough physical phy lchl examina examination ex examlnation mlna mlnatlon ¬
tion Members of the committee de declare declare dedare ¬
clare the most startling facts were werebrought werebrought werebrought
brought out as a result of fthe th the examina examination examInatron examinatIon ¬
tion Some of the convicts were per permanently permanently permanently ¬
manently crippled in their arms and andhands andhands andhands
hands which according to their tes testlmony testImony testimony
tImony had resulted from subjection subjectionto
to the straight jacket jacket1TO jacketNO
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NO RESULT BESTJLTDover RESULTDoyer RESULTDover
I Iballot
Dover Del Feb J2 12The The twentieth twentiethballot twentiethballot
ballot for United States senator today todaywas todaywas 1 1was
was without result I
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6ILSOWITE LAND ENTRIESCommittee ENTRIES fNTRfSCommittee
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Committee on Indian Affairs Has Adopted Senator Kearns Amend Amendment Amendmp Amendmeilt ¬
ment mp t Repealing Part of the Act of ofJune ofJune ofJune
June 7 1897
Special torThe to The Herald Heraldi HeraldWASHINGTON HerakLIT7ASHINGTON
IT7ASHINGTON i iTASHINGTON Feb 12 12Thesen 12Thesenate 12The The sen senate senV
WASHINGTON V V ate committee commi te on Indian affairs affairstoday affaIrstoday affairstoday
today completed consideration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Indian appropriation approprI tIon bill passed by bythe bythe
the house and will report it to the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate with amendments among which whichare whichare whichare
are the following followingAuthorizing fOllowingAuthorizing followingAuthorizing
Authorizing the Utah Eastern Cop Copper Copper Copper ¬
per company to acquire twenty twen ty acres acresof aCjes aCjesof acresof
of land on the tract occupied by the theSheblt theSheblt theShebit
Sheblt Indians for the erections and andoperation andoeraUon nd ndoJeration
operation of a a smelter modifying the thelaw thel thelthv
law l w governing the prices of lands on onthe onthe onthe
the Fort Mall reservation so that lands landswithin landswithin landswithin
within the tenmile limit of Pocatel Pocatello
lo may be sold at the th same prices as asthose aathose asthose
those fixed upon upon other lands In the re reserve reserve reserve ¬
serve directing that the secretary ecretar of ofthe ofthe
the interior shall forthwith send an aninspector anInspector anInspector
inspector to obtain the consent of the theTJintah theUintah theUintah
Uintah Indians and White River Utes Utesto Utesto Ijtesto
to the allotment of their thel lands as asdirected asdirepted asdlrejted
directed by the act t passed 11M atthe at the last lastsession lastsess1on lastsession
session and if consentIs con entIi not n t obtained obtainedT obtainedby
T by > y June Istof 1st of this year allotment allotmentshall llllot1l1cntshall allotmentshall
shall be proceeded with as provided in inthe inthe inthe
the land act grazing landsto lands to be set setapart setapart setapart
apart for the use of Indians shall be beWORK beWORK beWORK
WORK ON ONTRUST TRUST BILL BILLSenators BillSenators BILLSenatOrs
Senators Trying to Prevent PreventMeasure PreventMeasure PreventMeasure
Measure Becoming BecomingOn Onerous Onerousto rous rousto
to Small Concerns ConcernsWashington ConcernsWashington ConcernsWashington
Washington Feb 12 12The The senate senatecommittee sfnatecommittee senatecommittee
committee on judiciary continued Its Itsconsideration ItsconsiderclUon itsconsideration
consideration of the trust question to today today today ¬
day and after holding two sessions sessionsadjourned sesslonsadjourned seslonsadjourned
adjourned until tomorrow The cQm committee cQmmittee cQmmittee ¬
mittee was especially concerned today todayin todayin
in an effort to so amend the Little Wttlefield Littlefield Littlefield
field bill as not to make it burden burdensome burdensome burdensome ¬
some to small corporations It prac practically practically practically ¬
tically is the unanimous opinion of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee that a abill bill should be en enacted enacted enacted ¬
acted into law but there is much dif difference difference difference ¬
ference as to the phraseology to be beemployed beemployed beemployed
employed There also is practical una unanimity unanimity unanimity ¬
nimity as to the desirability of f mak making making malting ¬
ing the proposed law apply to corpo corporations corporations corporations ¬
rations which are capable of becoming becomingoppressive becomingoppressive becomingoppressive
oppressive in their operation and of ofrelieving ofrelieving ofrelieving
relieving those which a ai 5 loneficent in intheir Intheir Intheir
their operations are not extensive extensiveenough extensiveenough extensiveenough
enough to require close supervision supervisionThe
The committee Is finding difficulty dl culty In Indefining Indefining indefining
defining a line of demarcation but the themembers themembers themembers
members express the belief that th t a a way waywill wa wawill wayvIll
will be found out of the difficulty and andthat flndthat andthat
that the bill will be so modified as not notto notto notto
to make it onerous upon small con concerns concerns concerns ¬
cerns cernsPILGRIMS cernsPilGRIMS cernsPILGRIMS
PILGRIMS DINNER DINNERWILL DINNERWill DINNERWILL
WILL BE NOTEWORTHY NOTEWORTHYLondon
London Feb 12 2A A dinner which the thenewly thenewly thenewly
newly formed Pilgrim club will give givethe givethe givethe
the United States ambassador Mr MrChoate MrChoate tr trChoate
Choate on March 3d will be a remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able gathering with an array of Brit British British rit ritish ¬
ish public men seldom seen here at atan atan atan
an international gathering The Pil Pilgrims PIlgrims P11grims ¬
grims have succeeded In drawing Lord LordSalisbury LordSalisbury LordSalisbury
Salisbury from his retirement and he hewill hewill hewill
will make on this occasion his first firstpublic firstpublic firstpublic
public appearance and speech since he heresigned peresigned heresIgned
resigned the th premiership premiershipLord
Lord Roberts will preside and among amongthose amongthose amongthose
those who have already accepted In Invitations invitations invitatlons ¬
vitations to the banquet are Lord Kel Kelvin Kelvin Kelyin ¬
vin Lord Aberdeen Lord Farquhar FarquharLord FarquharLord FarquharLord
Lord Strathoona Lord Fairfax and andLord andLord andLord
Lord Halsbury the attorney general generalthe
the master masterof of the rolls General Sir Wil William WIIllam Wilham ¬
liam Nicholson Sir William Harcourt HarcourtSir
Sir Thomas Sanderson Right Honor Honorable Honorable Honorable ¬
able James Bryce M P Signor Mar Marconi Marconi Marcon ¬
coni con Consul General Evans Lawrence LawrenceTownsend LawrenceTownsend LawrenceTownsend
Townsend United States minister to toBelgium toBelgium toBelgium
Belgium and Stanford Newell United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States minister to the Netherlands NetherlandsKILLS NetherlandsKillS NetherlandsKILLS
KILLS HIMSELF HI SElF TO TOESCAPE TOESCAPE c cESCAPE
ESCAPE THE OFFICERS OFFICERSKansas
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Kansas City Feb 12 12Ntar Near Lenape LenapeKan LenapeKan LenapeKan
Kan today Clifford Davenport wanted wantedin
in Kansas City Kan for several minor minoroffenses minoroffenses minoroffenses
offenses killed himself while surrounded surroundedby s rroundetlby
by detectives rather than submit to ar arrest arrest arrest ¬
rest The officers had tracked Danven Danvenport Danvenport Danvenport
port who was 21 years old to the home homeof homqof
of his brotherinlaw and sent word that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they Intended to take him Davenport Davenportbarred Davenportbarred Davenportbarred
barred the doors and going goln to an a upper upperroom upperroom
room shot himself him SoU twice the second sec and bul bullet bullet bullet ¬
let entering his heart heartTEIP1E heartTRIPLE
CI CITRIPLE
TRIPLE ATTTANOPanama ATTTAIfCE ATTTAIfCEPanama
Panama Feb 12 12Advices Advices whichreached whichreached which whichreached
reached here today from San Jose JoseCosta JoseCosta JoseCosta
Costa Rica say that a diplomatic mis mission misslon mission ¬
sion from the republic of Salvador ar arrived arrived ¬
rived at San Jose Feb 6 bringing bringingseveral bringingseveral
several proposals for the formation formatl on of ofa ofa ofa
a triple alliance between Salvador SalvadorHonduras SalvadorHonduras SalvadorHonduras
Honduras and Costa Rica against againstGuatemala againstGuatemala
Guatemala and to further the planjs planjsfor p pan panfor an
for the proclamation of th the jhl flnIitO flnIitOthe 1f H0f H0fthe
the Central American republips
confined to lands south of Strawberry Strawberryriver StrawberryrIver Strawberryriver
river and shall not exceed 250000 acres acrestime acrestime acrestime
time of opening the reservation is ex extended extende cxtended ¬
tended to Oct 1 1904 1904The 1904The 1904The
The committee adopted Senator SenatorKearns SenatorKearns SenatorKearns
Kearns amendment repealing that part partof partot partof
of the act of June 7 1897 which re reserved rerved reserved ¬
served rved from entry und2r the mining mininglaws mininglaws I
1 laws ws all eilsonlte lands within the theUncompaghre theUncompaghre theUncompaghre
Uncompaghre reservation In Utah The Theamendment Theamendment Theamendment
amendment provides that all discover discoveries ¬
ies and locations of any such mineral minerallands mInerallands mineraLlands
lands made by qualified persons prior priorto
to Jan 1 1891 not previously discov discovered discoered discovcroci ¬
ered and located who duly ul recorded recordednotices recordednotices recordednotices
notices of such discoveries and loca locations locations loontions ¬
tions either In the state of Colorado Coloradoor
or in the office of the county recorder recorderof
of Uintah county Utah shall have all allforce allforce allforce
force and effect accorded by law to tolocations tolocations tolocations
locations of mining claims upon the thepublic thepUblic thepublic
public domain such locations may mayhereaf mayhereafter mayhereafter
hereaf hereafter ter be perfected and patents shall shallbe shnIlbe shallbe
be Issued therefor upon compliance compliancewith compIlancewith compliancewith
with the requirements of said mineral mineralland mineralland mineralland
land laws provided provld d that owners of ofsuclt ofsuclt ofbuc1t
suclt t fccirUons ons shall relocate their irre irresp re respective respective ¬
spective sp tfve claims and records at the of office offlce offlee ¬
flee of the county recorder of Uintah Uintahcounty UIntahcounty Ulntahcounty
county Utah within ninety days after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the passage of this act actDEFENSE actDEFENSE actDEFENSE
DEFENSE OF TILLMAN TILLMANSouth TillMANSouth
South Carolina in Affidavit Out Outlines Outlines
1 lines His Justification For ForGonzales ForGonzales ForGonzales
Gonzales Murder MurderJ MurderNewberIJ MurderNewberry
J Newberry S C Feb 12 120wing Owing to tothe toI toI
I the failure of the defending attorneys attorneysof
of former Lieutenant Governor James JamesH
H Tlllman charged with the murder murderof
of N G Gonzales editor of the Statein StateinColumbia StateinColumbia StateinColumbia
Columbia Jan 15 to serve the prosecu prosecution prosecution prosecutiori ¬
tion with copies of the affidavits to be bepresented bepresented bepresented
presented at todays hearing for an ap application application application ¬
plication for bail Chief Justice Pope Popeordered Popeordered Popeordered
ordered the application postponed un until unt unUI ¬
til t l Thursday Thursda Feb 19 19In 19In 19In
In his affidavit Tillman alleged that thathe thathe thathe
he had been abused and maligned by bythe bythe bythe
the editor of the State He heard ru rumors rumors rumors ¬
mors that Mr Gonzales had threatened threatenedhim threatenedhim threatenedhim
him and had been advised to be on his hisguard hisguard hisguard
guard He was informed that Mr MrGonzales MrGonzafes MrGonzales
Gonzales inquired for him at the state statehouse statehouse statehouse
house saying he would make him show showthe showthe showthe
the white feather On the day da of the theshooting theshooting theshooting
shooting he happened to be moving movingsome movingsome movingsome
some of his effects including two pis pistols pistols pistols ¬
tols from the state house to his rooms roomsHe roomsI
I He saw Mr Gonzales coming glaring glaringat
at him saw him run his hand deep deepin deepin deepin
in his overcoat pocket and turn to toward toward toward ¬
ward him and believing his life in indanger indanger indanger
danger he hurriedly hurried said I received receivedyour receivedyour receiVedyour
your message and fired firedAn firedAn firedAn
An affidavit of Richard Holtzenbach Holtzenbachof
of Edgefield states that he heard he rd Edit Editor Editor Editor ¬
or Gonzales inquire of Doorkeeper J JA JA JA
A White where his boss bo s was That Thathe Thathe Thathe
he had made Tillman show the white whitefeather whitefeather whitefeather
feather several times and would do it itagain itagain itagain
again He subsequently saw the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting between Tillman and Gonzales Gonzalesand Gonzalesand Gonzalesand
and his version and at jf I Tillman Tillmanas
as to this meeting r aentical aenticalJ iientical iienticalJ entical enticalJ
J A White substantiated what whatHoltzenbach whatTIoltzenbach whatIoltzenbach
Holtzenbach stated as to the conver conversation conersatlon conversation ¬
sation except that he did not know it itwas itwas itwas
was Gonzales who was talking to tohim tohim tohim
him
Bail For Tillman TillmanNewbury TillmanNeWbury TillinanNewbury
Newbury S C Feb 12 l2Appla 12Applaction 12Applactionfor Applactloa Applactloafor to tofor
for bail for Former Lieutenant Gov Governor GovernOr Governor ¬
ernor Jazzes H Tillman charged with withthe withthe withthe
the murder of N G Gonzales at Co Columbia Columbia Columbla ¬
lumbia was argued here this afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The hearing was presided ov ovsr r by byChief b bChief byChief
Chief Justice Pope who on last Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day granted the hearing to attorneys attorneysof
of Mr lr Tillman TillmanINDIANS TillmanINDIANS TillmanINDIANS
e e
INDIANS GUESTS AT ATWHITE ATWHITE ATWHITE
WHITE HOUSE RECEPTION RECEPTIONWashington RECEPTIONWahington RECEPTIONWashington
Washington Feb 12 12President President and andMrs andlrs andMis
Mrs lrs Roosevelts reception in honor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the army and navy the final formal formalevening formalevening formalevening
evening levee of the season at the theWhite theWhite theThite
White Thite House was the most largely at attended attended attended ¬
tended of the series seriesA
A picturesque feature of the recep recepton receptO recepton
ton was the presence of Chief Joseph Josephof Josephthe
of the Nez Perces Indians with half a adozen adozen adozen
dozen of his followers They were at attired attIred attired ¬
tired in typical Indian costume with withtheii withtheh withtheli
theii blankets wrapped wrapedaround around them themAs themAs themAs
As they were introduced the president presidentgreeted presidentgrEeted presidentgreeted
greeted them cordially and invited invitedthem invitedthem invitedthem
them to join the receiving party partyPUT partyPUT partyPUT
PUT IN ASYLUM ASYLUMBECAUSE ASYLUMBECAUSE ASYLUMBECAUSE
BECAUSE OF VIEWSBUQapest VIEWS VIEWSBudapest VIEWSBupest
Budapest Feb 12 12The The papers an announce announce anflounce ¬
nounce thatCount that Count Batthyani Batthyanian an ad adherent adherent adherent ¬
herent of Toluol has been placed in ina Ina ina
a sanitarium by his friends on ac accoqnt acrC9 acieQtnt
rC9 ieQtnt coqnt t oC his avowal of socialistic socialisticitjeas sociaUsticp4eas socialisticlteas
p4eas itjeas
WHITE HOUSE HOUSEEXTRAVAGANCE HOUSEEXTRAVAGANCE HOUSEEXTRAVAGANCE
EXTRAVAGANCE EXTRAVAGANCEExecutive
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Executive Can Fling Money at atthe atthe atthe
the Birds BirdsNowadays BirdsNowadaysI BirdsNowadaysCONGRESS Nowadays NowadaysCONGRESS NowadaysCONGRESS
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CONGRESS CONGRESSCFOOTS CFOOTS FOOTS THE BILL BILLT BILLFACTaBBOuGHTOTET BILLFACTSBnOUGHTOUT
4 4PACTSBROUGHTOUT T t
FACTaBBOuGHTOTET IN DEBATE DEBATETESTEBDAY DEBATEYESTERDAY DEBATEYESTDAY
YESTERDAY TESTEBDAYJTASHINGTQN YESTERDAYtI7ASHINGTON YESTDAYTY7ASHINGTON
JTASHINGTQN Feb 12 12In In the thej theVV
VV j i j house today the conference re report report report ¬
port on onthe the bill to create a gen general general geitoral ¬
eral staff in the army arm was as adopted adoptedAfter adoptedAfter adoptedAfter
After some further routine business businessof
of a minor character the house went wentinto wentInto wentinto
into committee of the whole and re resumed resumed resumed ¬
sumed the further consideration of the thesundry thesundry thesundry
sundry civil appropriation bill billWhen blIIWhen billWhen
When the item appropriating 60000 60000for 60000for 60000for
for the care repair and refurninshing refurninshingof
of the executive mansion man ion to be expend expended expendedas ¬
ed edas as the president might determine determinewas
was reached Mr Gaines of Tennessee Tennesseeasked Tennesseeasked Tennesseeasked
asked why this appropriation had been beenincreased beenIncreased beenincieased
increased from 25000 to 60000 Mr MrCannon MrCalI1on MrCannon
Cannon replied by b calling attention to tothe tothe tothe
the enlargement of the White House Houseand Houseand Houseand
and the construction of the new ex executive executive oxecutive ¬
ecutive offices These changes he said saidincreased saidIncreased saidincreased
increased the expenses expensesMr expensesMr expensesMr
Mr Gaines read from the report of ofColonel ofColonel ofColonel
Colonel Bingham extracts ascribing the theIncrease theIncrease theincrease
Increase of the expenses at the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse1o WhiteHouse
House House1o to the large amount of enter entertaining entertaming ¬ I Itaining
taining done by the president Mr MrGaines MrGaines MrGaines
Gaines said he did not believe the peo people peopIe peopie ¬
pIe should be taxed for these endless endlesschain endlesschain endlesschain
chain entertainments He said he was wassorry wassorry wassorry
sorry 600000 had been be n spent to remodel remodelthe rem remodelthe d 1 1the
the old White House HouseCannon HouseCannon HouseCannon
Cannon Disappointed DisappointedMr
Mr Ir Cannon in reply repl said he was glad
the old White House had been overhauled overhauledbut
but he confessed that the new executive executiveoffices executiveoffies executiveoffi2es
offices had disappointed him I think thinksaid thinksaid thinksaid
said he we were entitled to a better betterbuilding bettebuilding betterbuilding
building for the money
Mr Cannon recalled re led the fact that dur during ¬
ing Jacksons administration the land landscape landscape landsexpe ¬
scape gardening of the White House Housegrounds Housegrounds Housegrounds
grounds was a political Issue He men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned this he said to show how the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American people scmetImes Uran ran amuck amuckMr amuckMr amuckMr
Mr Fitzgerald of New York referred to toa toa toa
a newspaper report taht Colonel Bing
ham hams s transfer had been due to his hold holding holdIng holdlag ¬
ing up certain vouchers In connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with the White House improvements and andhis andhis andhis
his opposition to the character of these theseImprovements theseimprovements theseImprovements
Improvements He also criticised the lan language language Ianguage ¬
guage of the appropription Ufor for the care carerepair carerepair carerepair
repair and refurnishhing which he did didnot didnot didnot
not think actually actuall described the purposes purposesfor purposestor purposesfor
for which the appropriation was made madeWill madeW1l1 madeWill
Will not the gentleman state that thatColonel thatColonel thatColonel
Colonel Bingham states that he was wastransferred wastratulferred wastransferred
transferred at his own request asked askedMr askedMr askedMr
Mr Graham of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaOh
Oh replied Mr Fitzgerald it is the thecommon th thcommon thcommon
common thing for officers whose future futureis
is in the service to make statements ex exonerating exonerating oxonerating ¬
onerating their superiors But It In my myUnited myJft myopinion
opinion Jft O reflets tstgPv tstgPvhit upon the hit hitPf president l of rt rtan the theUnited
United States to have It Pf Intimated i that thatan thatan
an officer Is being coerced In approving approvingexpenditures approvingexpenditures approvingexpenditures
expenditures tion his judgment judgmet does not sane sanction sc scton sanetion ¬
ton tonIttion Ittion Imitation of CouLe CouLeMr
Mr MI Cockran Cocn of MIssouriFthought the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject raised by 1 the pending item Iem was waswell
well worthy of serioua consideration cnsiderton He Heinv HeF
sero
F inv i invsighed ighed against aglrt the growing gowIng extrava extravagance xtraagce xtraragance I
gance gce of oflc official circles crles the constantde constantdemanil conttde conttdemal constantdeI
I mend mal for increased Incresd salaries afles and nd allow allowances allowace allowJances ¬
Jances ances ace He described descrhe official functions fuctons as asan asan asan
an attempt atempt to t imitate court our circles circlesabroad circlesabroad
abroad He said that fifty fify years yeas ago ago the theWhite theWhite theWhite
White House receptions ceptons were very ver differ different der derent different ¬
ent and far simpler simple than they are to today today ¬
day da It I was s a fact he h said sai that poor poormen por pormen poormen
men today todn could not acceept Icceept positions positon In Inthe inthe inthe
the the cabinet cbinet or on the bench bnch because becuse of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the social expenses expenes entailed entled and he hethought hethought hethought
thought that at an a argument arment for a return retur to tothe totbe tothe
the simpler methods metod of the older days daysMr daysMr daysMr
Mr Cannon replying to Mr Fitzgerald Fitzgeraldsaid Filgerald Filgeraldsaid Fitzgeraldsaid
said so far as he knew kew there was no con conflict cn cnfct conflict ¬
flict fct between Colonel Bingham and the thesecretary thesecretaI thesecretary
secretary secretaI of war over the approval of ofvouchers ofTouchers ofvouchers
vouchers As to the language langa e of the theitem theitem theitem
item under under discussion he thought it itproper I itproper
proper There was nothing lothing he said sId to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent the president at his own expense expenseentertaining expenseentertaining expenseentertaining
entertaining as he h chose choseMr choseMr choseMr
Mr Simras of Tennessee T nnessee in criticising criticisingthe critcisin critcisinthe
the work of the architect 2rchlect who made the theWhite thehito theWhite
White hito house improvements improvement denominated denominatedthe denominate
the executive execute office offce a hen coop cop which whichwould whh whhwould whichwould
would invite invie the attack atack of anarchists anarchistsAn anarchistsAl
An Al amendment offered by b Mr rr Gaines Gainesto
to reduce the appropriation appropriaton from 60000 101000to 60000to 60
to ion 46000 60 was voted down do without divis division divisIon divisIon ¬
Philippine Phppine Item ItemMr Item Itemr ItemMr
Mr r Jones of Virginia made a point of oforder oforder oforder
order against the Virgnia Item Iem to appropriate appropriateS30COOOO appropriateS0
S30COOOO agint for tho relief of the distress distre in inthe Inthe Inthe
S0 the Philippinnes Phippinne by the purchase and anddistribution ad addistributon anddistribution
distribution distributon or sale of farm far implements implementsfarm implementsfar implementsfarm
farm far animals anlmals supplies supples and necessaries necrsarls of oflife oflfe oflife
life lfe aad through the employment eplo ment of labor laborin laborIn laborIn
in the construction contrcton of government goverment wagon wagonroads wagonroads wagonroads
roads railroads rairoads and other public publc works worksHe work worksHe
He withdrew wihdrew the point of order however howeverupon howeverupon
upon the understanding undertanding with ih Mr r Cannon Cannonthat Cnnonthat Cannonthat
that the word uriroads railroads should shou d be bestricken bestricken
stricken out and that provision should shouldbe shoul shouldbe
be made for a detailed detaied report of expendi expenditures exendlturfS exienditans ¬
tans turfS under the th appropriation appropriationThe appropriaton
I The point was subsequently sbsequenth renewed renewedby renewedI
I by b Mr r Greene of Pennsylvania Pennsylania but was wasoverruled wasoeruled
overruled oeruled by b the chair chairThe
The amount suggested suggetf by Mr Cannon Cannonwas Cannonwas
was offered by b him and he explained the thereasons therea thereasons
reasons rea ons which whih moved the thE conunittee coIite al almost almost almost ¬
most unanimously unanlmot ly to report the item He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had read rad the recommendations recommenatons of o the thepresident thepresident he heprpsident
president and the thE Philippine PhiippIne commission commissionursitiK commls commisiiOliurging lol lolutglng
urging utglng the necessity nlCfity for some sme such mess measure mes mesur messure ¬
Cuba and Per Porto Perto ¬
ure ur of relief re1ef as that tat Riven 1iven
to Rico Mr 11 Benton of Missouri lUswur of the theappropriations theapprpriatons theappropriations
appropriations apprpriatons committee commit e supported the theprovision theI theprovision
provision provisionMr I s
Mr Jones g e of Virginia Vlrinia moved move to reduce reducethe reducethe
from 3100080 510O001Mr 3100080Mr
the appropriation 100
tl Mr apprQpriaton Robinson of of Indiana Indina thought thou ht if ifthere i ifthere
there was WS necessity necE it for relieving relevin distress distressin UFtrs UFtrsin
should be beloaned beloaned beloaned
in the Philippines Phippinet the money Ioney
loaned te and not donated donatedAfter dOnate donatedAfter
After some debate by Messrs Mesrs Williams WilliamsIllinois WilliamsIllinois
Illinois Afer sme Mr Crumpackcr Indiana and andothers andothers andothers
others Ilnol8 Mr Jones on amendment was voted voteddown voteddown
down 21 to 56 5 Mr Cannons amendment amendmentwas aendment aendmentw
was adopted without division division After Afer com completing compJetng cornpletthg ¬
w the com committee commitee cornmittee ¬
only twentyseven pages
pleting twentyseve
pJetng onl3 pges
mittee rose Saturday was wa substituted substitutedfor substtuted substtutedfor
mitee for tomorrow rose for the consideration conslderto of ofprivate ofprhate ofprIvate
private bills in order that the house J Jproceed nlht nlhtproce might mightproceed
proceed bis with the sundry sundr civil cvi bill bi t trow tomor tomorrow tomorrow <
proce te house adjourned adjournedTBEASTTBY adjournedTREASURY
row At 515 the he f adoured adouredf adouredTRESUY
TREASURY TRESUY STATEMENT STATEMENTWashington STATNT STATNTVahlngton STATEMENTlVitshlngton
Washington Feb 12 lTodays 12Todays Todays statement statementof
of Vahlngton the treasury tresur balances balance in the general generalfund generl generlfund generalfund
fund exclusive exclulye of oftha the 150000000 500 gold gld re reserve yeserve ¬
serve sere In the division of redemption redemptionshows redempton redemptonshows redemptionshows
shows Available Aviable cash ch balance 522175 ii175S
463 46 Gold 1025004SS 05
GIRLS BEYOND BEYONDREDEMPTION BEYONDREDEMPTION BEYONDREDEMPTION
REDEMPTION REDEMPTIONPlot
Plot to Poison Teachers of ofth ofthReform th thReform thi thiReform
Reform School SchoolBICHLORIDE SchoolI SchoolBICHLORIDE
I S SBICHLORIDE
BICHLORIDE OF MERCURY HERCUWENOUGH MERCUFy MERCUFyEOUGH
4 4ENOUGH
ENOUGH EOUGH romsro FU TO sniioms sniiomsTHOUSAND X ILTJ ON OIlS OIlSTffOUSAND
THOUSAND TOU EEOPEEi EEOPEEiSpecial PO POSp PEOREIEI PEOREIESpecial
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Special Sp ca to The Th Herald HeraldOGDEN Hr HeraldI
OGDEN I GDEN Feb 12 1Aote 12Another Another consplra consplracy cnpa conspraI4
I4 cy revealing reveanS a startling staUll state stte of ofaffairs otafIr ofaffairs
affairs afIr at the state tte reform reor school schoolis schol schooLis
is being benl investigated investigte by the authorities authoritiesof authortes authortesOf
of that tat institution istitution It I has ha been b e discov discovered dcov dcovere discovered ¬
ered ere that a a plan pl existed ete to t poison polon the theteachers thetacher theteachers
teachers tacher and others other In authority authorlt at at the theschool te teschooL theSchool
school schoolThe schooLThe SchoolThe
The superintendent supeIntendet and other oter of ¬
ficials have known kow of the affair al for a aweek awek aweek
week wek or two but the matter mattr has ha been beenwithheld ben benwihheld beenwithheld
withheld wihheld and not until ut today tody did the themain te temai themain
main mai facts leak lek out out The superintend superintendent supeintd supeintdent ¬
ent would not dare dare to disclose the thenames thenames thenames
names but it is known kow that at least leasttwo let lettwo leasttwo
two girls grs are j concerned and pQison poisonenough pQisonenough pqisonenough
enough to kill hi 1000 100 people was found foundin tounin
in their possession possessionIt possession
It seems that during durng the recent at attack atck attitck ¬
tack ck of scarlet fever a lot of bichloride bichlorideof bicloride biclorideof
of mercury mercu tablets tablet were used ued for pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses of disinfection and two
disinfecton pack packages pac packages ¬
ages of these were kept In i the cottage cottagaadjacent cottageadjacent cottageadjacent
adjacent to the main building buldg The Thetwo ThQtwo Th Thtwo
two girls grls got hold of a few packages packagesand
and brought them over ove to the main mainbuilding mainbUiding mainbuilding
building bUiding where whee they were kept con concealed concealed concealed ¬
cealed cealedInformation cealedInformation
cealed
Information Informaton has been be n received that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the girls planned to put a few bits oi oithe ofthe olthe
grs
the stuff stuf In the cups of coffee coffe coffecat at break breakfast breakfast breakfast ¬
fast fast But just how far they had pro progressed progessed progrossed ¬
grossed gessed with wih the details detais of the schem schemis scetm scetm1s scherniIs
is not known kown The general gener investiga investigation investg investigation ¬
tion ton brought about by the recent at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to burn bur the building buiding resultec resultecIn resule resuleIn
In the poison being beint discovered discoveed and ad It Itsome Itsome itsome
some of the girls grls who were in the se secret se secret ¬
cret making mang wholesale disclosures disclosuresIt disclosues
It I is quite quie probable that thesuperin thesuperintendent thesuperintendent thesuperlntendent
tendent will wi prefer preer charges againsj againsjthose againsjthose
those responsible for the scheme schemeDROVE schemeDROVE schemeDROVE agnS
DROVE BACK TO BUTTENorthern BUTTENorthern BUTTE BUTTENorthern
Northern Pacific Pacic Robbers Bold BoldEnough BoldEnough BoldEnough
Enough to Go Back Into IntoSmelter IntoSmeler IntoSmelter
Smelter Smeler City CityButte CityButte CityButte
Butte Mont lont Feb 12 1SherifQun1 1SherifQun1is 22Sheriff Sheriff Quinj Quinjis
is firmly fry convinced tonight that th thholdups thl thlholdups thiholdups
holdups of the Burlington Burlngon flyer No 6 6which 6whIch 6which
which was robbed six si miles mle out of tin tincity theciy thiCity
city ciy limits lmits this morning mOrg reached reched Butti Buttiand Buttiand But
and are now hiding in the city ct Frori Frorievidence Fn Fnevidence Prorievidence
evidence Quinn says he has ha he hedecla declare declarehe declareihe
he will w1 land the robbers before seyecs seyecsdays seVera seVeradays seyeradays
days have passed pae While WeShefQuuI WeShefQuuIwoud Sheriff SherlffhQuinl SherlffhQuinlivoald Quim Quimwould
would woud not tell teUa as to the evidence evaence iirOiu iirOiuhands I ilithithands il ilhands
hands it is believed beieved he relies rles on findlni findlnithe fndlnt fndlntthe findinithe
the rubbertired rbbertred carriage crage used ued by thj thjholdups th thholdups thiholdups
holdups In their thei escape esc pe The tracks tracltst tracltstthe s sthe d dthe <
the vehicle YehI vehicleeoud le cpTid Qd be be easily ealy followed folowetJ foilowcdthli foilowcdthliinornIng thii thiiniornlng
niornlng n rng until unti the welltraveled weUtryeled high highways high highways ¬
ways wYS of the city ciy were reached A masl masland maJ maJand inasiand
and empty cartridge cde shells dropped drpped bj bjthe b1the bithe
the robbers rbber are in the hands of the po police police police ¬
lice The bloodhounds brought brught broughtthe from fromthe fromthe
the penitentiary penitentar this morning proved a afailure a a afailure
failure faiure and were wer returned retured to Deer DeerLodge Der DerLodge DeerLodge
Lodge tonight tonightFireman tonightFireman tonightFireman
Fireman Jondrow tonight said that thatthe thatth thatth
the th train was ws stopped by b bits bit of burn burning burning burnlug ¬
ing paper and that tat within wihin thirtyfive thirtyfiveminutes thirtfive thirtfiveminutes thirtyfiveminutes
minutes the robbers had finished fnihed their theirwork theirwork theirwork
work and were on their way to Butte ButteHe ButteHe ButteHe
He was wa forced to uncouple the te engint engintmail engr enginnmail
mail mai and express cars car from the there theremainder themainder re remainder ¬
mainder of the train and carry crIJ the dy dynamite d dnamie dynamite ¬
namite namie of the robbers while whie one of the thebandits thebandis thebandits
bandits bandis fired a bullet between betwe m his legs legsto leg legsto
to hurry huI him himVarious himVarious himVarious
Various estimates estmates are ae made as to the thebooty to tobooty th thbooty
booty secured by the robbers It I is in intimated intmated intimated ¬
timated tmated in some quarters that the loss losswill losswi lossviii
will wi run rn into the thousands thousnds despite depite the theassertion theassrton theassertion
assertion assrton of the railroad rairoad people that thatnot thatnot thatnot
not more than 35410 500 5 was wa taken takenThe tken takenThe
The officers officer are of the opinion oplniontar that thatWilliam thatWilliam
William McCullasrh Mculagh who wh was placed place ua uader URder usder
der arrest arNt this afternoon aferroon on o suspicion of ofbeing ofbeing ofbeing
being implicated implcted in the robbery rbber had 1d 1dconneton no noconnection noconnection
connection with the holdup holdupMuch holdup1uch holdupMuch
conneton
Much suspicion su iclal was wa directed direted against againstthe aalnt aalntthe agatnetthe
the man because beuse of the th discovery discveQ of ofmoney ofmore a amorpy
money more belt upon hit hit > person per containing cntajnlD
450 5 about abut the sum the railway rlw people peopledeclare peopledeclare
declare was stolen stoln from frm the BurllnKtoi BurllnKtoiflyer BurIngn BurIngnfyer BurlIngon BurlIngonflyer pept
flyer fyer Another odd fact is i that McCwl McCwllaghs iticCullaghs tcCulJaghs
laghs Jaghs wealth welth was principally prnclv in SaO and a
no 100 bills bis whil the express exre package said saidto sid sidto saidto
to have been taken tken by the holdups was wasIMC wasu aasmade
IMC u made dt up of 0 S3 3 and 111k 1O M bills billsWilliam bis bisBUam billsWilliam
William BUam Wlckam Vlckm was taken Into int cus custody C enstody ¬
tody by Deputy Sheriff Hasgerty H gey this thisevening tkl thisevening
evening ev nlng but was i eleased ele after afer Mail Mal In Inspictor IRsp Taspector
spictor sp tor Perkins Perkns had decided dee he was w not notone At Atone ot otone
one of the men The police PUc tonight tonightplaced tnhkt tnhktplace tonightplaced
placed place another suspect SUiPct under arrest arret b but butrfuse butrefuse t trefuse
refuse rfuse to give Jhe his name or say sy anything anythingregarding anyng anyngre anythingregarding
regarding re rin the case caseIt ce ceI caseit
It I has < developed deveJope that when whtn the engines encineswere endne engineswere
were w re being beng coupled to pull pl No 6 out ot two twosuspicions twosuspi twosuspicions
suspicions suspi lons looking men were observed obsered by bythe bythe bythe
the trainmen trinmen One On of the two tw < was a a ne negro 10 10go e egro ¬
gro and he appeared to b be slightly slg ty in intoxicated intoxicated intoxicated ¬
go toxicated This appre is believed beiee to be b tfce tfcesame Ue Uesme Ikesame
same man whom wh m the fireman freman declares declaresshot declar declaresshot
sme shot between betwen ma his hh legs leg and ad at that tht time timegave tmcve timegave
gave ve him the impression impreion that the robber robberwas rOQb robberwas
was drunk drunkNEW drunk drunkNEW drunkNEW
NEW YORK POLITICS POLITICSTAKES POLTICS POLTICSTAKES POLITICSTAKES
TAKES TEDDYS TEDDYSTIME TEDDYSTIMEVashinglon TEDDYSTIMEWashington TIME TIMEWashington
Washington Feb 12 lovemor 12Governor Governor Odall of ofNew orNew ofNew
New York and Representative Reprsentatve Littauer Littaueralso Littuer Littueralso Llttaueralso
also of New York york had hd a long conference conferencewith conferencewit conferencewith
with the president prident today At the te con conclusion conelusion conelusion ¬
wit elusion te of the interview interIew Governor Goveror Odell Odelldeclined Odel Odeildeclined
declined deUne to discuss discs In any an detail deai His hi con conference conference conference ¬
ference with wih the president presidentPrior president presidentPrior
Prior Pior to the call of Governor Goveor Odell Odel and andRepresentative ad an anRepresentative
Representative Repreenttve Littauer Litaue Senator Senatr Plate Platehad Plathd Piatthad
had a conference with wit the te president predent con concerning concerning concerning ¬
hd cerning the New York situation situaton Assur Assurances Asu Assurances ¬
ances are given that the result reslt of the theconferences theconference theconferences
conferences conference during the past pat two to days daysmeets day daysmeets
meets the approval of the te preident president Sen Senator Senator Seaator ¬
ator Platt and Governor Goveror OdelL Odel odd
BAER BAERS S PROPOSITION TO THE THEPHILADELPHIA TI1 MINERS MINERSI MINERSPHIDELH MINERST3HILADELPHIA
I I
+ PHILADELPHIA Feb 12 12Before 12Before Before an audience that tat filled fled every eV r inch inchof inc incof inchLI + +
+ PHIDELH LI ° of spacein the United Unite States Sttes circuit court cour room PresidentGeorge PresidentGeorgeF Preident Ger +
+ F Baer Ber of the Reading ReIng company made his closing argument arment for forthe folthe forthe +
+ the coal coa operator before befor the comp strike stike commission comm sln today and Clarence ClarceS S SDarrow +
4 + Darrow Darow chief cie counsel for the te miners miner also began b n the summing smming up for forte forthe +
+ 4 the te men The two sessions were extremely extrely Interesting interestg and the prin principal prn prncipal pnincipal +
+ cipal speakers held the attention atention of the auditors audiors throughout troughout their teIr re remarks re remarks
+ marks mark The greatest geatet interest intt was wa manifested manifeted in Mr Baers Baers appearance aPPece aPPecebefor appearagcebefore +
+ 4 before befor the commission to plead the cause cuse of the mine owners owers Many M y T Tprominent 4prominent
4 + prominent commssion persons were present presnt among aong them President Truesdale Tresdale of ofthe ofthe ofthe +
+ the Delaware Delaware Lackawanna Lkawanna Western Weste railroad rlroad Archbishop Ahbishop Ryan Ry Ryanjudges +
+ judges of the federal and local courts court state senators senator and ad many mining miningofficials miningofficials +
4 + officials from the coal regions Mr Baer Ber concluded cnclude his address adress by mak m nmkins T Ting
+ 4 ing a proposition to pay pa regons the contract miners miner on a a sliding slding wage scale sce 4 4their
4 + their wages wages to fall or rise rse with wit the market i arket price of coal at New Yorki York Yorltbut +
4 + but in in no case shall the te wages fall below the present basis bis The spokes spkes spkesman spokesman +
4 + man for the coal companies took up two hours and twenty minutes mute in indeUv Indelivering +
4 + delivering deUv rng his address addrs and when he sat down dow he was wa congratulated congtulat by byhundr byhundmds +
4 + hundreds hundr ds of persons peIns peInsMr 4 4Mr
4 + Mr Darrow Daw spoke spke at the afternoon afteroon session sesion for two hours hour and an a half hal 4 4and
+ and ad will wI take te up all al of tomorrow in closing the miners case cae The Thecrowd Thecrowd +
4 + + crowd that tat heard him was equally equaIy as large lare as that which listened lstee to tor toMr +
4 + Mr r Baer Bar and he too to was surrounded suounded by an admiring admIrng throng when whenhe whenhe +
4 + he temporarily temporarly suspended susende his speech spc at adjournment ajournment time tim His Hs re r rmarks remarks +
4 + marks today were directed principally prncipaly at the wage statements statment pre pre presCIted 4 4zented +
+ sented sCIted to Q the committee commitee which he said could not be b relied reled upon upon +
+ + + + + te + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

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