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METEOR ROARS ROARSTO ROARSTO ROARSTO
TO THE EARTH EARTHStrikes EARTHStrikes EARTHStrikes
Strikes Ground Somewhere Be Between Between Between ¬
tween Tooeie and Bingham BinghamSTARTLES
I
STARTLES THE POPULACE POPULACEBRIGHT POPUL POPULACERIGET CE CEBRIGHT
BRIGHT LIGHT AND ND LOUD NOISE NOISEAWAKENS N NOISEAWAKENS ISE ISEAW
AWAKENS AW AKENS SUJMBERERS SUJMBERERSLOWING SLU1trnEltEnS SLThIBEEEBSGLOIG
11 11GLOWING
LOWING with a brilliancy equal to tot tc tcthat t tthat >
GLOWING t that of the sun and accompanied accompaniedby
by the noise of rumbling thunder thundera
a gigantic gfgantlcmeteor meteor passed over the city cityyesterday cityyesterday CItYYesterday
yesterday morning and struck the earth earthsomewhere earthsomewhere earthomevhere
somewhere near Tooele causing the theground theground th thground
ground to tremble as if shaken by an anearthquake ancartliquake anearthquake
earthquake for miles around Houses Housestrembled Housestrembled Housestrembled
trembled and glass windows rattled rattledthroughout rattledthroughout rattledthroughout
throughout the city The same demon demonstrations demonstrations demonstratlons ¬
strations were observed in Bingham BinghamLehi BinghamLehi BlnghamLehi
Lehi and Tooele and doubtless the thetremor thetremor thetremor
tremor was felt In many other towns townsin townsin townsIn
in this section of the state People Peoplewere Peoplewere Peoplewere
were awakened from their sleep by the therumbling thelumbUng therinnbling
rumbling noise and the severe trem trembling trembling trembling ¬
bling of the ground made many think thinkthat thinkthat thinkthat
that a gigantic earthquake held the thestate thestate thestate
state in Its grip cripThe gripThe Ip IpThe
The phenomenon was observed here hereabout hereabout hereabout
about 430 oclock yesterday morning morningAt m rnlng rnlngAt
4 At that time people who were up and andothers andothers andothers
others who slept lightly heard a rum rumbling rumbUnl ruinbllng ¬
bling noise that sounded like distant distantthunder distantthunder distantthunder
thunder The noise gradually In Increased inreased InTeased ¬
creased in pitch and volume until it itfame Itame itarne
fame to an end in a crash that sounded soundedas
as If tons of dynamite had exploded explodedin
in some near vicinity An Instant later laterthe laterthe laterthe
the buildings began to tremble violent violently ¬
r ly Glass windows rattled as if they theywere theywere theywere
were going to break Perhaps five sec seconds seconds seconds ¬
onds elapsed and another rumbling rumblingnoise rumblingnoise rumblingnoise
noise was heard Again there was a aterrific aterrIfic aterrific
terrific crash and the earth trembled trembledviolently trembledvIolently trembledviolently
violently violentlyThe vIolentlyThe violentlyThe
The tremors were plainly plalnlyfelt felt in the thecity thefty thecity
city and many people were awakened awakenedby awakenedby
by the noise and trembling At first It Itwas Itwas itwas
was thought that an unusually heavy heavyblast heavyblast heavYblast
blast had been fired somewhere near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the city but when the second crash crasticame crasname crashcame
came followed by the violent trem trembling trembUng trembling ¬
bling it was evident that some force forcevas forceW forcevas
W vas S at work other than dynamite dynamiteObserved dynamiteObserved
4 Observed in Tooele TooeieThe TooeleThe TooeleThe
The phenomenon was perhaps ob observed observed ohserved ¬
served better by some of the residents residentsof
of Tooeie A party of young people peoplereturning peoplereturning peoplereturning
returning from a dance at Stockton Stocktonreport Stocktonreport Stocktonreport
report that as they were nearing nearingTooele nearingel
Tooele the heavens were suddenly suddenlylighted suddenlyJighted suddenlylighted
el lighted with a brilliancy brJlllane equal to mid midday midday midday ¬
day When they glanced towards the theBky theflk thesky
sky flk to see the cause of the bewildering bewilderIngUght bewilderinglight
light they observed flying through the thesky theEk thesky
sky Ek at terrific speed spee a huge ball pf pffire p ptfire I
fire that looked larger than a barrel barrelAs barrelAs barrelAs
As It flew through the air It left be behind bebind bebind ¬
bind a trail of fire that seemed tp tostretch tpstretch tpstretch
stretch for leagues Into the heavens heavensThe heavensThe heavensThe
The cntry c ntIJ ntr for miles around shone shonewith shonewith shonewith
with ti tu tLe e light of day dayfred TheshbwcbVe TheshbwcbVeered TJi si ic icfTed ¬
fred mountainssparkiedrln mountanJl1Ptlr < leddri the t9fVgJow t9fVgJowlike glow glowlike gJowike
like ike huge stalagmites stalagmitesPreachIng reaching > up to towards towards towards ¬
wards the starstudded heavens The TheJjall Theba1t Thebail
bail of fire pursued its flaming course coursedirectly CQUTsedirectly coursedirectly
directly toward the earth and the ob observers obIeners observers ¬
servers watched it until it seemed seemedal seemedalmost al almostcloser almostelose ¬
mostcloser most oclosedmo ianotigh oUgh gh to tt scorch corchthe the sage sagebrush sagebrush sagebrush
brush As the metedriflewtnealr mete6rt1ew tltcnlr re reeounded refounded resounded
founded with the rumble The sound soundgrew soundgrew soundgrew
grew louder and louder as the fiery via visitor vlsHor viaitor ¬
itor neared the earths surface surfaceSuddenly surtaceSuddenlY surfaceSuddenly
Suddenly there was a crash that rent rentthe rentthe rentthe
the air Then the earth shook Houses Housesshook Housesshook Housesshook
shook and the sleeping populace of ofTooeie otTooele ofIooele
Tooeie was awakened with a start startNo startNo starto
No o one would have been surprised to tosee tosee tosee
see the earth open a yawning mouth mouthund mouthand mouthand
and swallow up the city cityAfter cityAtter cityAfter
After the crash all was darkness darknessagain darknessngaln darknessagain
again save the streak of fading fire flrethat firethat fireI
I that marked the path of the meteor meteorLike meteorrlke meteorLike
Like a streak of suspended sparks this thisband thisband thisband
band of light glowed gradually fading fadingfrom tadlngrom fadingfrom
from rom a bright red to the bluegray of ofthe ofthe ofI
I the early eorl morning sky skyStruck skyStruck skyStruck
Struck in the fountains fountainsApparently MountainsApparentlJ NountalnsL
L Apparently the great fire ball struck struckIn
In the mountains somewhere not many manymiles manymJls manymiles
miles from Tooele presumably making makings
tt deep hole The phenomenon was wasplainly wasplainly wasplainly
plainly seen by residents of Lehi who whowere whowre whowere
were awakened by b the noise and the thetrembling thetrt thetrembling
trembling trt > mbllng of the earth earthAt tarthAt earthAt
At Bingham the meteor caused some somestrange somestrange somestrange
strange electrical disturbances The in inhabitants inbabltants inbabitants ¬
habitants were ere all awakened by the theroaring theroaring theroaring
roaring noise and the crash which whichshook whichshook whichshook
shook every building in the town In Ina Ina ina
a few seconds half the th population had hadtheir hadtheir hadtheir
their heads out of windows looking for forthe tortbe forthe
the cause of the strange disturbance disturbanceThe
The air glowed with an Intense light lightthat lightthat i ithat
that made reading out of o doors an aneasy I IeasY ieasy
easy matter An electrical disturbance disturbancewas
was set up that caused the telephone telephonebells telephonebells telephonebells
bells to ring violently and all the theelectric tbeclectrlc
r electric lights In the town performed performedwhat performedwhat performedwhat
what Is known as a dip that is iswent Iswent iswent
went down to only a glow then bright brightened brlghtncd brightF ¬
F ened ncd up again Some of the Inhabi Inhabitants Inhabitants inhabitants ¬
tants figured from the time that thatelapsed thatelapsed thata
a elapsed between the flash and the re report report report ¬
port that the meteor fell within a a dis distance dIstance distafice ¬
tance of five miles of Bingham BinghamCause BinghamCause BinghamCause
Cause of Phenomenon PhenomenonIn PhenomenCn PhenomenCnIn
In the winter months the earth is isin Isin isIn
in the meteoric section of Its orbit orbitbeing orbitbeing orbitbeing
being in perihelion or nearest the thesun thesun thesun
sun A swarm of meteors revolves revolvesabout revolvesabout revolvesabout
about the sun and meteoric demonstra demonstrations demonstrations demonstrations ¬
tions are common occurrences in the thewinter theInter thewinter
winter season These meteors are the theburnedout theburn theburn
burnedout burn dout residue of comets that thathave thatbave thathave
have long ceased to be visible These Theseashes TheseBshes Theseashes
ashes of the comets com ts are blocks of ofltone ofltonevarying ottonevaryIng stone stonevarying
varying in weigh from a few pounds poundsto
of ofiron ofiron ofiron
to tons and composed principally
iron and nickel As they fly about the thesun thesun thesun
sun they are are cold and dead but when whenthey whenthey whenthey
they come into contact with the at atmosphere atmosphere atmosphere ¬
mosphere traveling at the rate of ofthousands ofthouSands otthousands
thousands of miles per minute the thefriction thefrletfon thefriction
friction heats them to incandescence incandescenceProducing Incandescence1roduclng incandescenceproducing
Producing producing the glow that is seen while whilethey whilethey whilethey
they are in the atmosphere So hot do dothey dothey dothey
they become that a streak of incan incandescent Incand incandescent ¬
descent d > scent dust is left behind the meteor meteoras
as it flies through the atmosphere atmosphereDEAD atmosphereDEAD atmospherer
r DEAD MAN IS BLAMED BLAMEDJury BLAMEDJury BLAMEDI
I I Jury Exonerates Officials For PorYork ITew UewYork I ITork
York Central WreckPlainfield WreckPlainfleld Wreck WreckPlatntteld
Plainfield NJ N J Feb 14 14The The cor corJersey coroners corJ
J oners jury called to Investigate the theWreck thek
k Wreck on the Central Railroad ot NeW NeWJersey NewTerseY
Jersey at Graceland N J on Jan 27 27found 2 2found 2Ti
i found a verdict today in which James Jamesverdict JamesN
N Davis engineer oC thc Philadelphia Philadelphiat Philadelphiaexpress
t express press Is blamed for his failure to toobserve toI
I observe the slgn sigiujs s displayed The Theverdict TheI
I verdict says that sufficIent evidence evidencewas evidenceas
i was as not produced to show that the thecompanys thecompanys thecompanys
companys officials were negligent negligentDavis negligentDa negligentDavis
Davis Da ls died of Injuries received in the thevrcck theWreck thewreck
Wreck
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ 4
4 NOT TJRIBETJBIBE TJRIBETJBIBEPanama U1tIBEURIBEPanama tIBIBEURIBEPanama +
+ +
+ Panama Feb 14 HThe The an announcement announcement +
4 + nouncement from Kingston Ja Jaf Jamales Jamaica +
+ f maica on Feb 8 that General Generalf GeneralUribeUribe GeneralUribeUribe +
+ f UribeUribe committed suicide is Isuntrue Isuntrue +
4 + untrue It was Colonel Roberts Robertsf RODertsUribe RoliertsUribe +
+ f Uribe of HerreraAs H rrera13 army vfao 110 took + 4 4his f fhlrfown
+ hlrfown his own HfeA life J 4 +
+ + + + + + + + + + A + + A + + + + + 1
POWERS RflSETHE RAISE RAISETHE RAiSETHEBLOCKADE
THE THEBLOCKADE THEBLOCKADEOrders BLOCKADE BLOCKADEOrders
Orders Cabled to Warships LyingOff Lying LyingOff LyingOff
Off Venezuelan Coast CoastPUBLISH CoastPUBLISH CoastPUBLiSH
+
PUBLISH TEXT OF PROTOCOLS PROTOCOLSAMBASSADORS PROT PROTOLS PROTOLSIBASSADpBs OLS OLSArrmASSADORS
AMBASSADORS GIVE OUT OUTWORD OUTWORDG WORD WORDING WORDEG ¬
ING G OF OFPEACE PEACE DOCUMENTS DOCUMENTSWashington DOCUMENTSWashington DOCUNENTSWashington
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ Washington Feb 14 HMoved Moved by bythe bythe
+ the spirit splrtln in which Herbert W WBowen WBowen WBowe
+ Bowen Bowe has as conducted the peace peacenegoUatOt peacenegotiatfou + f ff
+ f negotiations negoUatOt at Washington with withf wih wihthe withthe
+ f the representatives representatv s of the allies alliesf aUes aUesand
4 f and anxious anious that his mission missionshould missiOnshould missionshould
+ should succeed Andrew Carnegie Carnegieupon 4 4upon
+ upon hearing of Germanys action actionin acton actonIn
+ in demanding a cash payment of
+ 1718000 178000 bolivars bolvars instead of the theiIQO
+ 5500 iIQO previously promised her hersent hersent
4 sent the following olowlng message to Mr MrBowen MrBowen 4Bowen
+ Bowen dated Feb 13 13I 4
4 f I shall shal be glad to hand over at atf at atonce
+ f once 360000 to meet the German Germandemanq Germandemand
+ f demand if I Venezuela desires it itK I
4 K This Tl1s fact became known tonight tonightlatter tonIghtafer 44after
4after + latter afer the last ot the addenda to tothe 4
+ the peace protocols had been beenf beensigned
4 f signed at the British Britsh embassy embassyMr + f fMr
+ Mr Carnegie it is said has been beenf bee
4 f watching with wih close Interest the theprogress theprogress 4 4progress
+ progress or the negotiations negotatons here hereThe hereThe 4 4The
+ The message was wa sent as soon as asthe 4 4fthe 4the
+ + fthe the news of Germanys Geranys demand demandwas 4 4was
+ was published pubUshtd pubUshtdMr 4 4Mr 4Mr
+ Mr Bowen dispatched a grateful gteful gtefulreply 4 4t 4reply
+ t reply to Mr Carnegie CarnegieIn 4 4in f
+ In announcing Mr Carnegies Carnegiesoffer Carnegiesotertonlght
+ offer otertonlght offertonlght tonight Mr Bowen said that thatmany 4 4many
+ many banks and financial fnancial syndi syndicates 4 +
4 4 cates cates had all al along been anxious anious aniousto
4 to lend money to Venezuela Venezuela and andhad andhad +
4 + had sent representatives representatves to see seehim 4 4him
+ him with wih this end endin in view though thouh thouhthese 4 4these
+ these were were of course coure of a pre preservedtature preserved +
4 + served servedtature nature whereas the he offer oferd oferdof 4 4of
4 + of Mr Carnegie was made with wlh wlhout 4 4
4 out any reservation r seraton or mention menton of ofseurfy 4security
4 + security seurfy for the return of his hismone 4
4 4 money mone moneyf moneyfUT r rt17 +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + p
t17 7 ASHINGTON AHINGTON Feb 14 HOfcIal HOfcIalV 14OfIlcial 14OfIlcialV Official Officialnotice
V V t i notice notce of the termination terminaton of the theblockade theblockade theblockade
blockade of the Venezuelan ports portsreached portsreched portsreached
reached reched the slate ftate department today In Ina Ina ina
a dispatch from the United States Sttes em embassy embassy embassy ¬
bassy at London LondonBerlin LondonBerln LondonBerlin
Berlin Berln Feb 14 HThe The government tele telegraphecj telegaphe telegraphec
graphecj gaphe Instructions fnstrutons for raising the theblockade thebJock theMockide
blockade bJock de of the Venezuela coast imme immediately immedtatel Immed1ately ¬
diately diatelyThese dtatelThese d1atelyThese
These Instructions Instructons may not reach all allthe altthe
the blockading blockadlJ vessels today but it i is isexpected isexpectedlhalthe isexpected
expected expectedlhalthe thaFthe blockade blockde wlirbe wUrbe fully fullyraised fuly fulyraised fullyraised
raised by b tomorrow or Monday MondayArticles MondayArticles MondayArices
Articles Arices of Agreement AgreementWashington Ageement AgreementWashington
Washington Feb 14 1he 14The The text of the theProtocolswhich thePrq thepyqfcc9is
Protocolswhich Prq pyqfcc9is q 9 Y yhIch lqh weresigned were slgnEd signed last lat night nightby nightby nightby
by MrBowen Mr Bowen and the representatives representativesof ren ejresentaUveshr esetatives esetativesbr
of the allies ales were mad madE public publc today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The text text of the British Britsh protocol is as asfollows asfolows asfollows
follows followsWhereas folows folowsVhereas followsWhereas
Whereas Certain differences difference have haveariscn haearIsen harearisen >
arIsen between bctweeI the United Unied States Stat o ofene ofenezuela ofVenezucln Vene Veneundersigned
zuela zucln and Great Britain Jnfonnectloil Jnfonnectloilwith In nnecuon nnecuonwCh
wCh with the claims hns f BliU Biitthb suijeets suijeetsagainst u jects jectsagainst
against the c Venezuela Venezuelan gvermet governmeiit the thetnderslged theundersigned
undersigned tnderslged Herbert W Bowen duly au authorized a athorlzed atithrizecl ¬
thorized thereto by the government goverment of ofVenezuela atVenezuela ofVenezuela
Venezuela and his excellency excelency the Rt RtHon Rt Rt1ion
Hon lon Sir Michael H Herbert K K C 3L lL L G GC GC GC
C B his Britannic Brtannic majestys ambassa ambassador ambassador ambassador ¬
dor extraordinary extraQrdlnar and plenipotentiary plenIpotentar to tothe tothe tothe
the United States have agreed ageed as follows followsAritcle folows folowsArltce followsAritcle
Aritcle Arltce 1 The Venezuelan government governmentdeclares government governmentdeclares
declares that it recognizes recogizes in principle prncple the theJustness thejustness
Justness of the claims which have been beenpreferred beenpreferred beenpreferred
preferred by his majestys government goverment on onbehalf onbehalf onbehalf
behalf of British Brtsh subjects subjectsArticle subjectsArticle subjectsArticle
Article 2 2 The Venezuelan government governmentwill goverment govermentwl
will wl satisfy satsy at once by payment in cash cashor csb csbOr cashOr
or its It equivalent the claims caims of British Britishsubjects Brtsh Brtshsubject Britishsubjects
subjects subject which amount to about five fve thou thousand thousund thousand ¬
sand five fve hundred pounds 5500 55 arising arisingout arIsingout arisingout
out of the seizures and plundering plunderng of ofBritish ofBritsh ofBritish
British Britsh vessels and the outrages on their theircrews the1rcros theircrews
crews and the maltreatment malreatment and the false falseimprisonment falseImprsonment falseimprisonment
imprisonment Imprsonment of British BrItsh subjects subjectsProvide sUbjCts sUbjCtsProvde subjectsProvide
Provide Provde For Arbitration ArbitrationArticle ArbitrationAi ArbitrationAritcic
Article Ai dc 3 The Te Venezuelan and British Britishjr6vernments Brltsn Brltsn6v BritishgAhrnments
jr6vernments 6v rments agree that the other British Britishclaims BrIsh BrIshclaims Britishclaims
claims including Incuding claims by British BrItsh sub subjects subjects ¬
jects ject other than those dealt deal with in inarticle Inarthle InartiCle
article 6 hereof and including those pre preferred preferr preerred ¬
erred ferr d by the railway raiway companies shall shallunless shaHunless shallunless
unless otherwise satisfied saUsted be referred to toa toa toa
a mixed mlxE committee cornmltee constituted consttuted in the themanner thE themanner
manner defined In article artce 4 of this protocol protocoland protocolan protocoland
and an which shall examine the claims < aims and anddecide anddecldo anddecide
decide unon the amount to be b awarded awaded in insatisfaction Instsfa insatisfaction
satisfaction stsfa ton of each claim claimArticle claimArtcle claimArticle
Article Artcle 4 The mixed commission shall shallconsist shal shallconsist
consist of one Venezuelan member and andone andone andOne
one British Britsh member In n each case where wherethev wherethev wherethey
thev come to an a agreement agr > ement their thei decision decisionshall dedsfonshaH decisionshall
shall be final In cases cae of disagreement disagreementthe
the claims catls shall shal be referred reered to the decision decisionof declsl9ngI
gI of an umpire fi flominated a dA by el the president presidentArtclo presidentof
of the f o United d States of America AmericaArticle AmericaArticle
Article Artclo 5 The Venezuelan government governmentbeing governmentbolD governmentbeing
being bolD unwilling unwUUng to provide a sufficient sufficientsum suffcient suffcientsum sufficientsum
sum for the payment within wihin a reasonable reasonabletime reasonabletme reasonabletime
time tme of the claims clalmsspec1led specified in article artcle articleand 3 3and 3and
and similar simiar claims preferred prefered by other gov governments governments governments ¬
ernments undertake underake and assign to the
British Britsb government gvernment commencing the 1st
day of March JIarch 1903 1 < for commencng this purpose and andtC andt
tC t alienate alenate to no other ther purpose 30 3 per percent percent percent
cent in monthly payments payment of the customs customsrevenues customsrevenues customsrevenues
revenues of La La Guayra Guayro and Puerto Ca
bello beJo In the te case of failure taIure to carry cary out outthis outthl5 outthis
this undertaking Belgian officials oficIals shall shallbe shuJ
be placed in charge of the customs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the two ports and shall sh l administer them themuntil themunUthe themuntllthe
until unUthe untllthe the liabilities laldJtUes of the Venezuelan gov government goreminent ov overment ¬
eminent erment in respect rspect of the above men mentioned me mentioned ¬
tioned toned claims shall shal have been b en discharged dischargedKefers dIschargedRefer dischargedRefers
Refers Refer to Hague Rage Tribunal TribunalAny Tribul TribulAn TribunalAny
Any An question Queston as to the distribution distrIbuton of
the customs revenues sd s assigned assiged and as asto asto
to the rights rlKht of Great Britain Brltlr and Ger Germany Gern Germani ¬
many mani n and Italy to t a separate s settlement settlementof
of their hern claims lt shall h l ls be r determined e er in
default defa1Jt of arrangement arngemet by the th tribunal tribunalat
at The Hague Hague to which any other power
interested intereted may appeal appealHis appeul amealHis oter
His majestys government goverment will wll be pre prepared pr mupared ¬
pared to restore the vessels of o tho Von Venezuelan Ve Vonozuelan ¬
ezuelan navy which have been seized and
further to release releae any other vessels ves5 I cap ¬
tured under the th Venezuelan flap faJ
Done In duplicate at Washington Vahlngton this this13th this13th
13th day of February Febrar 1903 1903Signed 19 1905Signed tIs tIs13th
Signed HERBERT W BOWEN BOWENMICHAEL BOWENMICHAEL
MICHAEL I lfl HERBERT HERBERTWith i HEIIBERTWith lg z I
With Wih few exceptions exceptons the German and andItalian ad adIalan andItalian
Italian Ialan protocols correspond corr pond with wih that thatof thatot thatof
of Great Britain BritainGermany BriaIn BriaInGermany BritainGermany
Germany it is provided is to receive receive3OOOO
340000 to be paid pad in five fve monthly in installments instlment Installments ¬
stallments stlment beginning March 15 where whereas ¬
as Great Britain Brtin and ad Italy Itly are to re receive receive receive ¬
ceive 27500 2150 the former forer the day da the theprotocol theprotqcol theprotgcol
protocol is signed siged and the other sixty
days from that date To offset ofset this thisincreased thisincreaed thisincreased
increased increaed amount given gven to Germany Ger any
the following is provided in article artcle 3 3of 3at 3of
of the Italian nalan protocol protocolThe protcol protcolThe protocolThe
The Venezuelan Vn uelan
government goverment accepts acceptsrecognizes acceptsrecoglzea acceptsrecognizes
recognizes recoglzea and will wIl wilipay pay the amount of
the Italian Itlan claims of the first rank de derived derived ¬
rived from the revolutions revolutons of 189S1900
in the aura sum of 2810255 bolivars bolivarsIn bolvar
In further explanation explanaton of the arti articles artides ¬
cles of the protocols signed Iged last lat night 1lght art
by Mr 1r Bowen B wen and the representatives representativesof
of the allies aUes here the following fOlowing ad ¬
dendum was prepared and duly signed
by all al of the negotiators negotator today toda todaOur sied
Our interpretation Interpretaton of the protocols was wasIncome
a1 atd Is tat that the 3 30 per cent of the total
Income In omo of the customs cutoms receipts receip of totl La Lathe
qunya Quayra and Puprto Cabela Cabella shal shall begin to
be set apart on ° the I8 1t 1st day of beln March
1903 19 and continue contnuo to be set apart through
the said month and ad that the first pay
pa ¬
ment vrlll 1 be due not the 1st of March amrcn
but te 1st of April 1903
Signed te 190
Slfed SlfedHERBERT
HERBERT W V BOWEN
MICHAEL H HERBERT
1i i E > IAYOR DES
PLANCHES
EIYOR PLA AJ r °
7 it STERNBURG CHS j
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+ +
+ 4 + FEM PIREMAN R RAN AMUCK AUCK AUCKHonolulu 4 4 4Honolulu
4 + Honolulu Feb 14 1oJm 14Jojin John Collins Colns Colnsa 4
4 a member of the local loal fire fr depart deat deatment 4
4 meat ment became insane today tOday from rom romdrink 4 4drink
+ drink and ran rn amuck muck hatchet in inhand 4
4 hand Before h ht hq j could be b con con controled 4 4
4 trolled troled he brok the skull skul of one oneman 4 4man
+ man by a terrific terrifc blow of the thehatchet 4 44hatchet 4
4hatchet 4 hatchet cut the Bead Jead of another anot er ercitzen 4 + >
4 citizen citzen very ver badly baly and made mae for fora 4 4a
4 + a third victim victm but the latter later was wasto 4
4 4 too to nimble of foot for the demented de 4 44mented
4mented 4 mented Collins Colns and made his es ES EScape < 4 f
4 4 cape Collins Colns then turned his at attenton 4
4 + tentlon tenton to a a fourth m mn n who drew drewa 4 4
4 4 a gun g and fired fre at him inflicting infilctng 4
4 4 Injuries inurie from which whrc Qbllins q lns uins is al almost 4 4
4 most certain to die The victims victms victmsot victimsof +
4 + of Collins Colns insane assault ass l are now nowIn 4 4
+ in the hospital osltl but Will ill 1 recover recoverunless +
+ unless complications compUcatonsset complicatlonsneI bUt1 set in 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + J
+ + + + + + + 1 + + + 4 + + + + + +
t 4 4
4 o to 4 A f GLASS GLSS IN I sis lS STOMACH STOMACHA STOMC STOMCKa 4 4Kansas 4
4rc + Kansas Ka ss Citjj Cit CitFeb Feb 14 1A 14A A second seQnd seQndexammatonot 4 4e
4 + examination exammatonot e ± di the stomach of J JSeiger 4 44fP 44P
4fP + SeIger S iger the te Kansas Kansa traveling tr lng lngmanwhowa 4 4man 4 4manivhowas
man manwhowa manivhowas who was found dead In a 4 4jfiToomfngr 4 4roozninghous
jfiToomfngr roozninghous house here on Thursday Thunda Thundahas 4 4rihas
> + rihas frooming thas has disclosed a a teaspoonful of ofpod 4
4 powdered pod rd glass glas The police polee now noware 4 44are 4are
+ 4are are still stl stronger strolger inclined inclne to the te teblet 4 4rfbelief 4belIef
rfbelief + blet belIef that thatSelger Seiger was a5 murdered murdere 4 4 4lot
4 for his money mone It I is also als reported 4 44that 4that
+ 4that tht that there therels is a woman in the repre case 4 +
Qae Qaewho
HK who might have prompted the therd thezn 4 44murder +
4murder + zn rd rder r through jealousy jelousy Seiger SeigerwaSto 4 4tWiis 4 4was
+ + was waSto to have hve been bn married marre to a a a 4 4 4Kansas
+ Kansas woman within wihfn two weeks w weeksThree eks eksrhree +
+ Three rhree bell belboys boys last la t seen sen with wit Sei Seigerare 4 44gerare 4
4gerare 4 gerare ger are still slLbing being held on sus4 sus 5 4
4 4 4crime + lPl picion crime < ion of havlpg ba Ipr f knowledge kOWlege of the t thecrime 4 4 44crime +
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ENGLAND NGLANDNdwiWH NOW WHERE RF DC p bOI 1 GET HOFF HAT
WASNT IN THE PARTY PARTYW
W A Clark Jr Jr Not No Around AroundWhen AroundWhen AroundWhen
When Representative Cald Caldwell Caldwel Caldwell
well wel Was Assaulted AssaultedColumbus AssaultedColumbus AssaultedColumbus
Columbus Feb 14 The q private prvate car carbearing cr crbearIng carbearing
bearing John Winder general manager managerof
of the te Kanawha Hocking Hockng and Sun Sunday Sunday un unday ¬
day Creek Coal Col companies and Dan DanR DanR DanR
R Hanna son of Senator Hanna Hannareached Hannareached i ireached
reached Columbus from Charleston W WVa WVa V I IVa
Va late this afternoon afte rnoo nand and was a S trans transferred trans transferred transerred ¬
ferred to the Big Four and and taken tken to toCleveland toCleveland toCleveland
Cleveland Dan R Hanna stopped sopped here herean herean herean
an hour with wih John John Winder and spent spentthe spentthe spentthe
the time tme at his office ofce In thiscity thiscityWinder ti th15 ciy ciyV cIty cItyWinder
Winder V nder when seen en by the Associated AssociatedPress Asocate AsocatePres AssoCIatedPress
Press Pres about thd thE stoo stOr of assault ault on onRepresentative onRepresentatve onRepresentative
Representative Representatve Cajdvell Caldvel at Charleston CharlestonSaturday Chareston CharestonSaturday CharlestonSaturday
Saturday morning Sld said that the te en entire enUre entire ¬
tire story was a falsehood and that thatnone thatnone thatnone
none of his party was connected with withit wih wihI
it whatever whateverWe whateverWe whateverWe
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We did not even see Caldwell Caldwel said saidWinder saidWinder saidWinder
Winder He stated stted that he had stopped stoppedIn ftopped ftoppedIn
I Ito
In Charleston over night and came on onto onto
to Columbus this morning Dan Hanna Han HanIlawas a j
was also Interviewed He told prac prc practically I Itcaly
tically tcaly the same story as did Winder WinderHe WinderHe
He stated state that WA W A Clark jr was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not in the party and denied that he heeven heeven heeven
even knew kew the man As As to Caldwell Caldwelli
i he said he never saw him hm at Charles Charleston Charleston Charleston ¬
ton or was out Friday Frday night nightThey nlghtThey nIghtThey
They evidently got our party mixed mixedwith mixedth mixedwith
with th another said Hanna As far as asthe asthe asthe
the assault goes I know nothing about aboutit aboutIt
it It
Mr Hanna Hana and a party of two or orthree orthree
three left lef Winders office ofce shortly shorty befpre be1re
430 oclock icock and started for Cleveland a afew afew afew
few minutes later Senator Clarks son sonwas sonwas sonwas
was not with wih them at 0 0ARMY Gharleston GharlestonARMY eharJ haristonARMY ston
ARMY STAFF BILL SI lLL LL A LAW LAWColonel LAWColonel LA W WCoionel
Colonel Randolph Rndolph Chief of f Artillery ArtilleryAppointed Arler ArtilleryAppointed
Appointed Brigadier B gadier IGeneral IGeneralYashlngton General GeneralWashington GeneralWashington
Washington Feb Jeb W tPre President ldent Roose Roosevelt Roosevelt ¬
velt vel late this afternoon aternoon signed the army armystaff armystff armystaff
staff stff bill bi and It Is npw nwa nw a law Secretary SecretaryRoot Secretar SecretaryRoot
Root Secretary Cortelyou and two or orthree orthree orthree
three officials offcials of the war department departmentwere tcparmelt tcparmeltwere departmentdere
were present prsent at the White Vhle House when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the president affixed affxed his signature sigature to the themeasure themesure themeasure
measure mesure All present expressed cx reed their theirgratification ther thergrtfcton theirgratification
gratification grtfcton that the bill bU had finally fnaly been beenenacted b 4n 4nenacted n nenacted
enacted Into law One of the tb first acts fol following following following ¬
lowing the approval of the bill bl was the thepromotion thepromot thepromotion
promotion promot n of Colonel William W1lam F Ran Randolph Randolph Randolph ¬
dolph late chief of artillery artleJY to the grade gradeof
of brigadier general senerl in accordance with withthe wIththe withthe
j the provisions of the 4ct act ct The other pro provisions pr provisions ¬
visions of the act do don not t take effect eCe t until untilafter unti untilafter
after afer the retirement retrement of Lieutenant Gen General Generdl Genoral ¬
oral Miles Aug 15 5 = next nextTEN nen nenTEN nextTEN
TEN BELOW IN DENVER DENVERCold
Cold Wether Weather Holds Colorado lordo andWyoming andWyoming and andWyoming
Wyoming in Its Grasp GraspDenver Grs GraspDenver
Denver Colo Cob Feb 14 HLast Last night ni ht was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the coldest of the winter The minimum minimumtemperature minimumtempertureIn minimumtemperature
temperature tempertureIn In this city alt was 10 below belowzero belowzero belowzero
zero but in the mountains It was was as much muchcolder mucbcolder muchcolder
colder The weater weather Is moderating moderatnJ to ¬
day da but It I fs s not expected the tempera temperature temper temperature ¬
ture days will wi rise to the normal iormal < for several severl
Only Ony 35 InEvans In IzjEvanston IzjEvanstonCheyenne Evaton EvatonCh ton tonCheyenne
Cheyenne Ch enne Wyo Vyo Feb 14 HLat 14Last Last night the thetemperature thetemperature thetemperature
temperature went to 16 below at t Chey Cheyenne Cheyenne Cheyenne ¬
enne S below bllow at Laramie Larmie ariJ an ani JJ3 J 5 below belowat
at Evanston Two more more days of o this cold coldweather coldwother coldweather
weather wother willsurely wlsurely result reult in heavy stock
losses lossec Trains arc moving but their their theirprogress
i progress snow snowTHEY is greatly greaty impeded by drifting driftingTHEY drftng drftngsnOI driftingsnow
e
THEY DONT GET TOGETHER TOGETHERSanta TOG THER
Santa Sant iTe e Company Companyand and Employes EmployesConfer EmployesConfer I IConfer
Confer But ut Accomplish Accomplsh Uothing UothingTopeka N fing thing thingTopeka I
Topeka Topek Kan Feb 14 HThid 14Third Thhrd Vice
YJe
President Poldent Kendrick Kendrck of Q the Santa Sant Fe held heldanother heldanother
another conference with Ih the tb committee committeefrom cOJJlttee cOJJltteefrom cojumittuefrom
from the conductors conductor und trainmens trnmens or ori organiztons organizatlons I
i ganizatlons ganiztons today to t adjust the wage wagescale wagescale a e esclp
scale sclp Nothing was accomplished accomplshed The Theoffiials Theofficials
1 officials offiials are determined that tho 20 2 per percent i icent I
cent increase asked for will wi not be grant grantinc granted
b
ed and the men say they wiccept will accept grnt grnted noth I IIne Iinclose
inc inclose less lessThe les I IThe
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The situation sltuaton here has much interest for forother forother forother
other western roads as the action taken tken
by the Santa Fe will wi be followed folowed to a con considerable considerble considerable ¬
siderable siderble extent ext t by the others other m In reach rench ¬
lag a settlement settement There T1ere has nottyet been beenany beenany beenany
any threat to strike strke but the te committees committeeshave commitees commiteeshave committeeshave
have said 8dt unequivocally unequivocaly that they must
have the 20 per cent c nt increase increasePROF increasePROF Increasew IncreasePROP
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PROF J J W JENKS J S HONORED HONOREDIthaca HONOREDIhaca BONOREDIthaca
Ithaca Ihaca N Y Feb l 13Protesor laProfessor Professor J W WJenks WJenks V VJenk
Jenks Jenk of Cornell Corn en university unlvcrtt3 > has been In Invited Invitel ¬
vited vle by the Mexican lexcn government Jbverment to 1 co o
to Mexico to consult with wih the authorities authoritiesthere authortes authortesthere authoritiesthere
there regarding regrding the establishment estbUshment of a anow anow
now monetary monetar system The Cornell CoroJ trus trustees trs trstees tiustees ¬
tees have enve granted him a 4 Jeae leave of absence absenceNOTED absencefQr absencefQr
fQr ono month monthNOTED f
NOTED NOTE 7IRGINIAN VGIN1DED VGIN1DEDRoanoke VIEGINIAiDEAD VIEGINIAiDEADRoaiioke l I DEAD DEADRoanoke
Roanoke Va Yo Fal i 14WoIoneI 14JoIoieI J r
Hampton Hpton Hog log died dlt of t pneumonfcs 1 at bin
home here today todayageq aged 47yeans 47 7ea year hIl
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BRYANS BRtANSAMl flRANS41WiON jJJON t IS DEAD DEADDemocratic DfADt DfADDemocratic DLIlDDemocraticLeaderays
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Democratic DemocraticLeaderays Leader Says He e WilL Wi WillServe t Serve Hencefortnlifthe Henceforth Henceforthiithe nthe Ranks Ranksand Rankst Ranksand Ranksand
and Declines Declnes to Discuss Possible Demo DemoV Democratic Democratic
V cratic Nomineesv NQmine Nominebs s
New York Feb 14 HThe The Evening EveningTelegramwill Eenin EeninTelegam EveningTelegram
Telegramwill Telegam Telegram wi will print this afternoon aleroon an aninterview aninterview q qIntrvIew
interview IntrvIew with wih William Wilam J Bryan Br an in inwhich lr inwhich
which Mr r Bryan Bran said he would not notbe notbe notbe
be a candidate cadidate for the Democratic Democraticpresidential Deocrtc Deocrtcpresidental Democraticpresidential
presidential presidental nomination nominaton next net year yearI
I have ave said s d on many m ny occasions occ o e lonstht lonsthtI that thatI
I amnot m 1ot and andwjllnoLbe will wJLnle not be again ah lonthft lonthftI a a aau aaudidate canV canVdidate 1r 1rdldate
didate for renominatjon renomlnaton said Mr MrBryan MrBryan J JBlanand
Blanand Bryan and yon yot cannot cannot make that thatstatement thatstatement thatstatement
statement too emphatic emphatc Under Un er no noconsideration nocnsiderton noconsideration
consideration cnsiderton would I again go g go intoj intojthe into intothe intothe
the field feld and I say sa this nowfor nowfor now for the thebenefit th thbenefit thebenefit
benefit of my friends frends in the east eastam J Jam
am a plain worker In the Democratic Democraticranks Democrat Democraticranks
ranks rnk and am content to remain as assuch assuch
such sulh suchThat > V VThat 1 1That
That being the case he liviiSasked liviiSaskedwhat l was w Sake asked askedwhat
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what In your opinion blight aght to be bethereal bethereal e ethe
thereal the real Issues of the next n t campaign campaignon I
on the Democratic Democratc side sldeEvents sideEvents
Events vents make issues answered anstr nsw rred d the theformer t theformer he heformer
former candidate but the trust trustques trustqueston ques question question ¬
tion ton and the t e question queston of imperialism imperialismare
are just now necessary necessar issues Isses The Thetariff Thetrif Thetariff
tariff trif question queston and the money question questionare quesion quesionare
are also als very ver necessary issues and andthere andthere andthere
there are many others But But thom th e r rBIBLE IBIBLE
BIBLE IN THE SCHOOLS SCHOOLSBill SCHOOLSBi
Bill Bi For Reading Scriptures ScripturesWithout ScripturesWithout ScripturesWithout
Without Comment Intrpduced Intrpducedin
in Idaho Legislature LegislatureBoise
Boise Ida Feb Fel 14 1Tlc 14The The house houseto housetoday to today today ¬
day reconsidered reconsfered senate bill bU 17 appro appropriatlng appropriatng appreprlatlng
priatlng priatng 15000 1500 for a bridge acjoss a ioss ross the theSnake te teSnake theSnake
Snake at Weiser WeiserThe WeiserThe WeiserThe >
The following folowing bills bis were werepassed werepassedH passed passedH
H B 43 establishing establshing boundary lines iinesbetween linesbetween Iinebetween
between Lemhi and Idaho counties countiesH couites couitesH
H B 93 including incuding threshers in bene benefits b benefits ne nefts
fits fts of lien laws lawsH lawsH lawsH
H B 97 O 1 creating creatng office ofce of f dairy dairycommissioner diry dairycommissioner j
commissioner commissionerNew commissoner commissonerNew commissionerNew
New bills billsH bis bisH billsH
H B 134 by Fitzpatrick Fizpatric distribut distributing distributing ¬
ing license lcense fund among school districts districtsH district
H B 135 by White Vte enabling enablng villages villagesto
to incorporate as cities of the second secondclass seCQndclass secondclass
class classH classH classH
H B 136 by McBride increasing Increaslngsal sal salaries salaries ¬
aries ares of commandant matron and cook cookat cookat k kat
at Soldiers home homeH homeH borneH
H B 137 n by Eichelberger permit permitting perflt permitting ¬
ting reading of the the Bible without wihout com comment commente cornment ¬
ment in the public PUb lc schools schoolsFOUGHT schoOlf
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FOUGHT G TWO DUEL DUELi r DUELFiery 4
i t tFiery
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Fiery i r Algerian Mayor Yor YorWith Battles BattlesWith BattlesWith
With Swords and Pistols Pistolsand Pistolsaod Pistolsarid
and Wants More MoreParis MorePari MoreParis
Paris Pari Feb 14 1la 14Max Max Regis the tte former formermayor for former formermayor r rmayor
mayor of Algiers Algers and antiSemite atSemte leader leader1took leadertook leadertook
took part In two duels todayand toda today and wIll wilfigure wIllf nijtuiure
figure f ure in two more mor The flrstVwaa trstwa fought toughtw foughtwith
TCifVl w with th sw swOrds unrli rds > To Vila hlsdversay hisadversary oilvocarKMr VinlnvlVT bengJJ bcjiig id L La Labaraderque Ta Tabaraderque
baraderque It I brow bro out of a nriyate anriate con controversy controver controversy ¬
troversy trover In the second encounter enco nt r pistols pistolswere J1 pistolswere Ols Olswere
were used and M 11 Regis excnapged shots shotswith shot shotswith
with Jacques Landau Ladau Regs Newspaper NeWSPlper criti criticisms crU crUclsms critlcisms ¬
cisms were responsible rponible for this quarrel quarrelThe quarrelThe quarrelThe
The meetings metngs occured occurred In the suburbs suburbsand 5uburbsand uburbsand
and were witnessed wltesecl by a large crowd of ofpeople ofpeople ofpeople
people including a number Iumber of t women womenBefore womenBefore womenBefore
Before the first frt encounter M 11 Regis Regt Regisshouted
shouted an insulting Insultng defiance defance at his ad adversary adYersry adversary ¬
versary Yersry The former foner was wa slightly slghty wounded ound d
In the right arm an in i the thirdbout thrd third bout and andthe
the bout was v stopped M Regis 1out glS again againinsulted agalninsulte againinsulted
insulted insulte M JL Labaraderque Labarderque who named namedhis namethis
his seconds for another encounter de declaring decarng dcdaring ¬
daring carng that be Intended to kill WJ his ad adversary udversar adversary ¬
versary versar the next time tme they met met Jt i Regis Regisalso Reg Reglsalso
also challenged the master of ceremonies
for protesting protestng against aganst his insulting In ultng
methods mqtods on the field eld but frleqds freg Inter Intervened Intervened ¬
vened and brought about a reconciliation colcmaton
The pistol pltoi duel followed folowe Two shots shot were wereexchanged wereechangcd wereexchanged
exchanged echangcd without wihout effect effectWILL effectt
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+ 0 Denver Feb 14 1Theflsh 14The The fish for4 for forestry +
4 f estry and game g committee commite of t the te tesenate 4 4 4senate
+ f senate senate today toay decided deided fora Iru closed closedseason 4 4 i iseason
+ season for for four years yers on o aeej te tIeetufl flifi
4 for six years on sheep hefp 4ft nt i ilope
4 + lope and other oterblg otherblg big game r
+ + + + + + + + gme + + +
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have h bai ve mentioned f m bientioned entoned are now actively aUely before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the country c untry and before congress congressAs conges congess
As s tp to probable candidates candidate Mr Bryan Bryansaid Bryansaid I
said that he preferred preerred not to discuss discussthe dIscussthe I Ithe
the subject subjectWhat subjectWhat i iat
What at do you think of Judge Parker Parkerof Park r i if
of lf f the th court of t appeals app from this Is state statei stateias I
ias as asked asked4llve sk i
i i4 rijiSVe heard hear a great t deal lofavo of favor favoraple favorable I Iable
1Re
able able commen comment about Itludse rtia a JSirkerAvas JSirker Iltrker7Was rkeCI rkeCIva
Was va the reply but when I 1 ascertain ascertainthat ascertainthat
that men are aspirants apirants for the te nom nomination nomination ¬ I
ination Inaton I will wU make It I my business to toInvestigate toinvestigate
Investigate Investgte these men m n and the prln principles prlnclples prlnciples ¬
ciples which they are supposed to rep represent repreent represent ¬
resent reent Then I will wi be prepared to dis discuss dlsCUS discusa ¬
cuss CUS them themI the
I notice notce that I am credited credied with withhaving wit withhaving
having havln suggested the name of Gov Governor Govr Govrernor
ernor Garvin of Rhode Island as a an anavailable anavaiable anavailable I
available avaiable candidate That Is an erroh erroheous erro erron erroneous > 1 1eous
eous impression I read rfad his annual annualmessage annualmessageo annualmessage
message messageo to the legislature and I find fnd it itto itto itto
to be a purely Democratic Democatc document documentFor documentFor documentFor
For that reason I suggested that it itmight itmight itmight
might be wise to consider men of f his hisstamp hisstamp hisstamp
stamp among the possible candidates candidatesBut cndidate candidatesBut
But jt It seems that the men who ho have havethe havethe havethe
the making makng of presidential presidental candidates candidatesnowadays candidatesnowadays candidatesnowadays
nowadays do not want to find fnd truly trulyDemocratic trulyemo trulyDemo
Democratic Demo emo ra1lc men to represent them themBAYAN themB themBAYAN
BAYAN B XAN IS AMERICAN AMERICANGreatest AMERICANGreatest AMERICANGreatest
Greatest Moro Stronghold Won Wonto Wonto Wonto
to Pacific Pacic Submission by byCaptain byr
r Captain Pershing PershingI PershingMania PershingManila
I Manila Mania Feb 14 lBayan ltBayan Bayan the strong strongeat
eat Mbro lforo stronghold in the Tanao coun country i itry
try of ot the island of Mindanao has hassubmitted hasubmIUed hassubmItted
submitted to the American force com comJanded cornspanded j jjnanded
jnanded Janded by Captain Captan Pershing PershingThe PershIngThe PershingThe
The Moros refused for months to totreat toteat totreat
treat teat with wih the Americans but recently recenty
they made ade friendly frendh overtures signified signifiedtheirwillingness sigifed sigifedtheir signifiedtheir
theirwillingness their wHingness willingness to visit Camp Cmp Vicars Vicarsbut Vicrs Vicrsut Vicarsut
but ut to Americans
objected Amercan coming to totheir totleir totheir
their tleir strongholds Captain Pershing
Insisted fnslstc saying sa lng the Americans Amercans would wouldgo wouldi wouldgq
go now as friends but later latr as a ene enejnles eriemica
i
mica The Moros finally agreed to re recalve I Iceive I
elve calve the Americans Amercans and ag Captain Captin Captainershing j I
Pershing Perhing went to Bayan accompanied accompaniedy i
by y detachments detchment of cavalry cvalr and artil art artillery j
lery T r The stars and ad stripes strpe were raised raisedby raisedby raisedby
by the soldiers soldier and the Moros joined joinedin
in salUting sal4tng It It it Their peaceful submis submission subms submssion submission ¬
sion is regarded as a being a great geat diplo diplomatic diplomatc diplornatic ¬
matic matc success successWANT successW successWANT
I Ih IJDi
WANT W h TPAY PAY FOR FR GLASS 6LASSJoint GLASSJoiht
Joint JDi t Proprietors Sue Miss MfssBlapch MrssBtarch MissBlapch
Blapch Boise BoiseSmasher Smasher Is IsReleased IsRelease isReleased
Released on Bonds BondsTopeka BondsTQp Bonds1Tp
Topeka TQp k ka Kan nFeb Feb 14 1Miss 14Miss Miss Blanche BlancheBoise BlancheBoie BlancheBOISe
Boise Boie who ho smashed the plate windows windowsin
in n tour saloons slons and two drug drg stores storeshere storesJiere storeslier
Jiere here lier today tday was released this tis after afterHarding ater aterponqn afternpon
npon ponqn qn bon bonds s siged signed by Dr Eeet EeetHaring Everet EveretHarding
Harding Haring who was wa Mrs Mr Nations Natons chief chieflieutenant chieflIeutenant I
lieutenant duringthe dUrng during the joint raids here heretwo here1wO I
two tw years ago agoThe agoThe
The owners of the th buildings buidings Jiave Jiavebrought jiavebrought bave bavebrought
brought suit sui against lssHoIse Miss Boise tb to re recover rej rejcover
cover the amount of the te th valife of the theWindows thetwindpys th thwindoWs
Windows smashed smashedThere smahe athashedThere
There is considerable excitement excitementamong exciement exciementmons excitementamong
among among mons the Jolntists over the affair af ir as asit ast asit
it t recalls cals the strenuous times tmes they un underwent unqerwent un4erwent ¬
derwent during the time tme of Mrs Mr Na Nations Natons NaUons ¬
tions tons ascendancy here heref hereJ herelQOPER I
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+ f 4 HQOPEB lQOPER YOUNG YOUGS YOUNGSCONDITION COSTOITIOir CONITON CONITONOsinIng 4 4Ossining
4 Ossining OsinIng N Y Feb 14 1tDr 14Dr Dr4 +
4 + Irvine Trv Ine the prison pr isol physician at ating 4
4 + Sing ing Sing today examined examinedWI WI1 Wililitin 4
+ Ham Hooper Young Young who yester yesterday 4 4f4
f4 + day commenced commeced his life lfe sentence sentencef sentence4f +
4 4f + for f rthe the he murder of Mrs 1r Anna An Pul + t
+ 4 > itzer lzer The doctor dotor found as a did +
4 the New York physicians physlcl3s that 4 4
4 4 Young was medically medicaly Insane and ad 4 4ftKvthf + I
+ legly sne sane Youngs Youngs conditon condition 4
ftKvthf kti doctor said was due to the theexslve 4 I
ftf > exslve icpfefesive f sive use of morphine mo rphlne and 4i +
4 cigarettes cgrettes 4 f 1
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CONFESSED TO HOLDUP HOLDUPBurlington HOLDUPBurlngton HOLDUPBurlington
Burlington Burlngton Train Robber Tells Tels of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Attempted Atempt d Burglary of ofWednesday ofWednesday ofWenesd
Wednesday WednesdayButte Wenesd y yButte
f fBute
Butte Bute Mont Feb H ltGerge 14Georg George Cob Coif nn u
der er arrest aest here he ehf has made a confession confes < lon of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Burlington Burlngton hoWun bJdun of Wednesday Wednesdayand Weeday Weeday1nd
1nd and implicates Implcate George Gerge Howard H ar alias alas Joe JoeKirby Jo JoeIirby
Kirby Irl He says th they y sent elt a boy by to Mor Morrows 10r Mo Morows ¬
rows livery lver stable on South Main street streetto stree
to hire a rig about 830 13 oclock ocok Tuesdav Tuesdavnieht Tuea TueaP Tuesdanight
night They drove to the scene of the
holdup P and held up u lte ltehe the train Cole says ys
he had fourteen fourte fourteencartridges cartridges ertrdge in his rifle rifleall riflenil
all l ol o which whih were W1 fired tirel in the th effort erorto t to tofrighten tofrighten tofrighten
frighten the trainmen trinmen and passengers As Asthey A A1hey Asithey
an senJe
they 1hey were leaving levng tSE Uwcetp the seen SU SupecfnteiKl SupecfnteiKlJiearclorrwbfstte Supeinteidant
et ant Boyle fr fired a the them Ib tiubuI1eta bulpt eteDdl b being
Jiearclorrwbfstte JHwrvhtste by y them the wverthei uertheil1 H heads headsCole ads adsKirby
Cole threw hnw therlle therifle away away > Howa Howard al alias aliasKirby l
Kirby Ir ha h bad V Vto two guns b but t was s too dfliflk dfliflkto
to use them Kirby b is the i man who whojumped whojbmpcd =
jumped jmptd on to the ongineas englntas the train t n was wasnearing wasnearing I
nearing nerln Homestake H mtte and 20 ccmpelled ccmple the en engineer e engineer ¬
giner gineer to stop and made the fireman freman set getdown et etdow
down dow But for an Kirbys drunken condi condition erl1 eondition ¬
tion Cole thinks they would have met metwith metwith
with wih better beter success succes Cole and his com companion comanlon cornpanion ¬ I
panion anlon were arrested arfste yesterday yeterday because becausethey OCU5 becausejJiey
they had hadjust just come cme to t town and answered answeredthe answere
the general gen rl description desc1pton of the two hold holdups holdups holdups ¬
ups Cole wa was put through throgh the sweating sweatingprocess swetng swetngprocess sweatingprocess
process today toay and ad he broke down downao anu anuconfessed and andconfessed
confessed confeed the whole wh le thing thingHoward thingHoward thingHoward
Howard or Kirby l trby was vs released from fromprison fromprIson fromprison
prison six weeks wek ago having served servedtwelve sre servedtwelva
twelve tweho years for highway robbery Jobbr com committed cm cmmlte cornmittefl ¬
mitted mlte in Butte Butl Cole was wa considered consideredhonest considere consideredhonest
honest hon st until untl some family famU > trouble about a ayear aear ayear
year ear ago asoCATTLE agoCATTLEARE
ca
CATTLE CATTLEARE ARE STARVING STARVINGHumane STARVINGHumane STARVINGEumane
Humane Society Trying Tng to Save Colo Colorado Colordo Cob Cobrado ¬
rado rdo Stock StockFort Stock StockFort
Fort Morgan lorg Colo Cob Feb 14 HI 14It It is isestimated isetimated isestimated
estimated etimated thatfully that fully 5000 500 cattle ctte are arestarving arestanlng arestarving
starving to death det on the range rnge in this thiscounty thiscounty j jcounty
county Northwest of this city twenty twentydead twentydead twentydead
dead cattle ctte of a small herd were found foundyesterday foun foundyesterday
yesterday The The humane society agent agentis
is gathering gthering in all al the starving strIng cattle cattlein ct cattlein
in this vicinity vlinit and is trying to take takecare takecre takecare
care cre of them along alln the river ryer and where wherehaycan wherehay wherehaycan
haycan hay can be had Stockmen Stkmen are ae bring bringing bringing bringfag
ing > in corn cor and hay from Nebraska to tokeep tokeep tokep
keep their cattle catte alive alve The loss will wi willbegreat i ibe
be begrea1 begreat great Hundreds of horses hors are dying dyingfrom dyingfrom dyingfrom
from the t e effects efet of eating etng sagebrush sagebrushPLAN sgebrush sgebrushl sagebrushPLANOFENDEAVORERS
l
PLAN PLANOFENDEAVORERS PLANOFENDEAVORERSDr OF ENDEAVORERS ENDEAVORERSDr I ID
Dr D Clarks Claks Ambition Ambiton Regarding Regardig the theDenver theDenver I
0 Denver Convention ConventionDenver Conventon ConventionDenver
Denver Feb Ftb 14 HR 14Rev Rev v Dr Francis Frncis 12 12Clark KClark IfClark
Clark is in Denver Denve making maln arrangements arrangementsfor arngemet
for the he great Christian Ch ian Endeavor Endevor conven convention cnVe convenHonto ¬
tion tontobe Honto to be gtat held hfere heeuly hreJuly July 18 13 Every Eeryefor effort effortIs
Is being made to beat eat the recorctDreaKlug recorctDreaKlugattendance reordbceKI recordOreaiun5attendance
attendance of 10435 E4 G leat atBoston at Botn Boston in 1836 1836We 1 IS ISWe
We intend to jae make this the th largest largestandtinest lalgest lalgestnd largest3ndlInest
andtinest nd lnest convention cn venUon yet held Mi said sid Dr DrClark DrClark DrClark
Clark Ve e are ar going ging to arrange arnge for the thefinest th thefinest
finest fIcst programme PTrUtI yet given and an will willhave wi willhave
have the te ablest ministers and laymen In Inthe inthe
the country co try for our speakers speker and aB the themusic te temusic themusic
music will wi be well welloko looked to toThe tiThe
The Chrisfian ChrislanEndPver E3ndeaver society soiety num numbers riurnhers ¬
hers ber 600CK 601 organizations orglnla lon and 3509689 358 peo people peopIe ¬
pIe pIe It I Is established estbl1 a e in forty fory countries countriesUNEMPLOYED co countriesUNEMPLOVEftOF ntrles p
UNEMPLOYED Ur OF LONDON LONDONMEET lONDONMEET LONDONMEET
MEET AND DEMAND WORK WORKLondon WORKLondon WORKLondon
London Fob 14 1 14A A much advertiswl advertiswlmassmeeting advertiselmassmeeting
massmeeting massmeetn of t ie unemployed of this thiscity tbisctypa thiscity
city ctypa passed gd off very er quietly quiet at Trafalgar Trafalgarsquire Trd8Isr Trd8Isrsquile Trafair5IUle
squire squile today toda About 2090 9 persons P < rDS out ot of ofwork ofwork ofwork
work were present p t but the a asembl aasernblege aasernblegewas sembla e ewas
was entirely entrely dwarfed dwrfe by the aggrejwitlon aggrejwitlonof
of police pol1 and ad spectators sgtator The ng meeting me to toof
passed passe a rcsolutlop resoluiop demanding demandnJ work and
declaringthatthe deClring declaring tJt that t the c proposed prope JnvesUgaiion J veU t n nnto
into the national natou food fod supply in time tme of ofwar ofwar ofwar I
war should not be b undertaken undertken until the thejjovernment theovernmet thegovernmeeit
jjovernment overnmet relieved rel d the famine now ex ¬
nw
isting Ung in time tmE of ot oreaee oreaeeThe jeaceThe jeace eeeThe
The unemployed people are preparing
a admQtlstrato demonstrationfor demoistratJon for Feb 17 when whel preplru th tM
ldl kins will wI open i drll2sent ntJaent ntJaentH ndrliarentHELDJPATHISHQiiE > drll2sentHELD
H HELD HELDJPATHISHQiiE HELDJPATHISHQiiEHasld LD UP UPAT AT HIS HISHOM HISHOMMMk HOME HOMEMasked
Masked MMk d Men in a Daring Darig Robbery Rober at atutte at atButte atButte
Butte ButteBtttte ButteButte utte
Btttte Bbttelont Mont Feb > 14 l 14A A special to the
Miner lIler from Shelley Ida Ida says sPflal t
Shele 8S
w i v W J Bartlott Bartet a prominent resident reident of ofsbuth
td tiis pae place wushop wasnoi UVthls home In the
sbuth louttustern southtastern < Hstern patter paJt pa5tof f town last night tle by b
two t o masked mask p men The holdup was a
very bdld bd d one The Te robbers robber called Mr r a
Baeiett < BftGtt to his door grabbed clfe him and
threw thre him hlmn on a bed bt at gbbe the th same time an
atte sme
tme
tying qn a cloth over his eyes They then then1J
eye
The
isearhed searehed 1J his poeklt pockets iiwf > tiIrjng winjiin kn uu al alt jus hIs money ten
and valuables a1utbIes < They also rifled hl his
secured trunk trnk It Js is not known how much rfe they the
PRESIDENT PRESIENT AT DINNER DINNERWashington DIR DINNERWashington
Washington Washingon Feb 14 USecretrv 14Secretarv Secretary Wilson Wilsonentertained vn Vibenentertained n
entertained entertaine the theprsldent tbelpresident president at a cabinet din dinner dlnner dinncr ¬
ner tonight Mrs irs r Roosevelt was not notpr notJr notpr4scnt
pr Jr pr4scnt < jscnt nt The atljer ter guests gestwetE were ws Seere S0c
itniittndMrs ltnml as Secretary SecetarY a arid d lies
Sh S Shw 4 w the tlt MI ptjalrtjaster 151 tr general oenEri1 and 1rx Mrs 1rs
Payfio Airs Hltcncoik H cbCok Mr and l Mrs r
Thomas TPIa J Je Wab Walsh Miss iss Grace Gre McKinley llr
and ad James WIIou Wilson
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0 Charged WitR Witf WithMisusingMaii WithMisusingMaiiOperated Misusing Mal MalOperated MaJIt
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Operated Operat I tP Progressive ogressiv ogressiveTurf Turf Speculation Speculaton on SttigtiSdus St p ous Scale Scalex Scalaand ScaleandMade
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7 BW YORK YOR Fob Fe 14 UTi bIThree Three men menv mn mnwere menIN
N IN v were arrested arre by central ont office officedetectives elilcedetectives
detectives detectve and a an through Uwoug the thecognizance thecg thecogniznee
cognizance cg za and a desire deire of postolHce postolHceaapectors postofficeispectonI
aapectors ctrs today tkY to i two raids for for8Jg foralleged
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8Jg alleged Iteged improper Imprr use us uses usespf of the mails mailsThe mns mnsThe mallsThe
The prisoner prjser are a HeBr Henry G Cart Cartwrlg Cartwright
wrlg wgt wright alias ais Crawford CrWo a broker brokerof brkr brkro
of o Brooklyn Brky William VI am Treadweil Trdwel alias aliasGeorge aliasGeorge
George Gerbe F Strong Srn a broker of o BEpok BEpoklyn Bmk Bmkln Btoklyn
Manhattan MankattaxCartwright lyn ln and aBCar Charles E E Goodrich Gtc a clerk cle k of ofIanlttB
IanlttB IanlttBCartwrght v vCartwright
Cartwright Cartwrght and ad Treadweil Treawt were wer ar arrested arret arrested ¬
rested ret at M t Nassau N street and aJ an Good Goodrich Go Goodrf ¬
rich rIh rf at a a 115 11 Nassau N street sre Th The men me it I
is alleged a are combination cmbitn workers wkers in inprogressive IAprogeve inprogressjv
progressive progeve turf tr speculation 3UID under underthe underthe
ur urthe
the the firm frm name nm of Crawford Crw Co C
Turf Correspondents CrJDntad1etrtt and Metropolitan MetropolitanTurf
Turf TJt Commissioners ComIJi ComJssi ners with ofiices o I at 115 l 11 11N
Nassau N stit stitSome st1tSoMe
stt
Some SntJ time to tgo Inspector rBrk Brooks re reeeiied reele toeetved
eeiied ele a JwttiS J f fr from rom Inp a Airs ILl Glry Gllroy of ofMontelair ofioRtJlr ofMontclair
Montelair ioRtJlr N J complafBiap emplJia hat at sh shhad slre
had h seat sat Jjioney JoRey to this thi Arm J for spec specuiatlon s speculatlon
uiatlon ultlon and bad bd received rveJno no return rturn or orreply orply orreply
reply ply in spite spte of numerous numeru letters Itf The T Th
detectives detectve investigated inveitt the matter mater and andtoday andtoay andtoday
today toay interrogated Interrogted Cartwright e rtwr hL He Hesaid Hesd Resaid
said sd he had h hadbeon been bn selling lng puts put and an calls callsunder cansuDer callsunder
under uDer the th firm fr name nfme of Crawford CrawfordCo Crwfor
Co They did a turf business busine but bad badstopped badstopp hadstojiped
stopped stopp handling bd I ng v accounts cunt about a amonth amonth amonth
month age when they tit returned returR to the thepeople thepeople
people all the money dtJ d them themlHade tm tmMade themNade
Made Docs Doc7 a Specialty SpecialtyAfter Spe SpecialtyAfter iat
After Ater the arrests arre the placewas place wa thor thoroughly tboro thorOughly ¬
oughly o ly examined eamin Lierture Literaturein Literature in enor enormous enormu enormoug ¬
mous mu quantities quantte was found Besides Besidesthisr Besidesthls Residesth1s
thisr thls thirty hiry more mre mail mal bags bgs full f1dl were weretaken weretke weretaken
taken tke to the th police plc headquarters headquartersThe bedquat bedquatThe
The circulars crcula explained expne the three threehorse tree treehOI threehor
horse hOI and an onehorse onebor wire system The Thepolice Thepollee
police pUc say sy that the th system sstem of the firm firmhas frm frmha firmhas
has ha sent out o ads ad particularly prtculrly in incountry incountry incountry
country papers pr and a in return great greatquantities gret gretquantte greatquantities
quantities quantte of answers anwer would be b re received r toceived ¬
ceived ctved asking akg for fOI information informationA inormaton inormatonA
A reply would wou then be b sent by the themen theJD theflea
men JD Cartwright Cartwrght and an Treadweil Tredwl under undertheir undertheir undertheir
their own names nl explaining the th scheme schemeand shmc shmca schemeand
a and d referring referrlnS to the I he Crawford Crwford company companyand compny compnyand companyand
and George Gerge F Stone fer reference referenceA referenc
A specialty spilty of clients clent was wa made madei in inprofessional Inprofessional
prof professional ional men especially epialy physicians physiciansSix phyicia
Six books bok were wer found in the office ofce of ofCrawford ofCrawford ofCrawford
Crawford Co C which whih contained ctine the thenames tbename theflames
names name of none nn out physicians physcIa On the thecover t thecover
cover of each of the te books bks was wa the theword te tewon theword
word won uDB Done Inside Inde there theewa therewas was a a check checkat checkat checkat
at the th side se of o each een name nain iowng showing that thatthe t thatthe
the person Pron had hd either ethe been b a client clent or orbeen orben orbeep
been communicated with There
ben O Uictd wit are aredotw aredoeesiplainte
doeesiplainte dotw f osBtptetets 1 hdft te 4nof uddMIite te that
0 of rG rGR rsG11x S Snia
HaH R Pine FnoAr rinArt Art Collection CollectionAccording G CollectionAedording ectn I
According A rnt to the t pojice plce Cartwright Cartwrightlived C Cartwrightlivel Iwrigt Iwrigtlved
lived lved in very ver expensive e pnsive style at his hishcme hi hishcme
hcme in Union U1n street strt Brooklyn Brokyn He is issaid i issaid
said Sid to have aiarge aage house fou and Sd to be bean bean
an art art connoisseur connisur With Wth a fine fne collec collection clec clecton collection ¬
tion ton Treadweil Tread wel the police plce sayi sy say is a aman aman aman
man of comfortable cmfortble means mean and lives livesextravagantly livesextravagantly
extravagantly extvagnty The police plce say sy that thatnothing thatnothng thatnothing
nothing nothng under uner 25 5 was received reive as a a aworking aworkn aworking
working workn capital c itI and an that there thee are aremany aremany aremany
many accounts accnt of from 1H 190 to 540 540From i OO OOFrom
From these thee amounts amunt the police in a arough arough arough
rough estimate trte figure fgre that thaf the profits profitsof proft
of the collections cllton must have been beenvery beenverybreat very verygreat verygreat
great With Wih one of the te circulars crcula was wasa wasa
a slip slp enclosed encJ leaving leving blank a space spacefor spacefor
for the amount aount Sf < f money the person persondesired persondesired n ndeired
pl
desired deired to invest invlt It I read readI I IhI
hI I herewith herwih send sen you youto rto to be b used usd for forbuying forbuying forbuying
buying and seWIng sHlng stock sock on o the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York stock stok exchange excge for my m3 account accountThe aountn aountnThe accountThe
The slip further says sys that a person personsigning prn prnsiging personSigning
signing siging giv givet te full power pw r and an authority authorityto auYorty auYortyb
to t the broker brker to touse use the te money mny accord according aCrd aCrding according ¬
ing to his best bt judgment The contract contractcontains contrct contrctcQntains contractcontains
contains the following folow g agreement emet re rePALMA toPALMA
PALMA WILL ATTENDCuban ATTEND ATTEND1Cuban I ICuban
Cuban President Will Wi BePresent BePresentat Be
eat at Maine Memorial Exercises Exercisesin
in Havana Harbor Today TodayHavana TodayHavna TodayHavana
Havana Havna Feb 14 1LDlferenee 14DIfferences Differences of opin opinion opinion opinion ¬
ion exist e i5t among the Americans Amricn as a to tothe tothe tothe
the propriety propriet of holding exercises exer at atthe atthe
the wreck rek of the battleship btteship Maine ane to tomorrow tomorow tomorrow ¬
morrow morow the filth fth anniversary annlve of her herdestruction Jer JerdestrcUon herdestructIon
destruction destrcUon Some believe bleve it is i impoli impolitic ipU ipUtc ¬
tic tc to hold the t exercises fxerci in a a foreign foreignport foreignport
port prt and ad where wbee so many Spaniards Spniars re reside resde reside ¬
side sde Mr Squieres Stlulere has bs declined delne the theinvitation theinvitation
invitation intaton of the committee cmmite which whichcalled whichcle whichcalled
called cle on him today toay and asked aked him to tobe tob tobe
be b present presentMr pr prefientMr ent entlrSqwre
Mr lrSqwre Sauieres took to the ground gun that thatwhile tt ttwhil thatwhile
while whil such exercises xercis were ver appropriate appropriateand apoprte apoprteand
and proper i > themselves temsie the t possi possibility ps pOSs1bllity ¬
prpr
bility bIty of giving gvn offense ofnse to those toe who whoare whoare whoare
are now friends frle > ds of the te United Unte States Stte by bystirring bYstrripg bYsUrrig
stirring strripg up memories m re of the past ought oughtto
to be b avoided avode The The1tO legation D thereforewi therefore thereforewill thereforewill
will wi not be b represented lpnsBe Consul Cnl Gen General Gel General ¬
eral erl Rublee Ruble however however has ha accepted acpe an aninvitation anIn aninvitation
invitation In tn and American Amer n launches launh and andthe andthe andthe
the United Unit lJnitndStte Sttf St artillery allr band bnd will willparticipate wil wilprtiipte wULparticipate
participate prtiipte in te t exercises exercisesPresident exeise ebercisesPresident
President Preent Palma Pma and aat the members membr of ofhis orhis ofhis
his cabinet cabnt have been ben invited InUe and an have havenotified havenotfed havenotified
notified notfed the th committee commite that tat they e would wouldbe wouldbe ould I
be present as would the
prsnt a 1ou governments governmentslaunches g gOvernmentslaunches nmets j
launches munche The committee cmit says SS the t ex exercises e oxercises ¬ I Ieris
ercises eris will wi not nt be b ostentatious otenttou or of offensive offensive oflenitive ¬
fensive and will wi consist consis simply bmpy of a amemorial amemoral amemorial
memorial memoral service serviceBRITISH srice sricee
en enBRITISH = e 1 1BRITISH
BRITISH NIGERIAN NIGERIANFORCE NIGERIANFORCES FORCE FORCEWINS I IWINS
S WINS BLOODY VICTORY VICTORYLondon VICTORVI VICTORYLondon
1
London Lodn Feb Fb 14 lAbice 14Adeiees Advices received r ed here herefrom herefrom
from frm Nigeria r say t that the th British Bri expe expedition expedltion ¬
dition diton commanded tf by Colonel lIorn MorOlandconsisting Mowfctnd MowfctndcoustetinK
consisting cODln eC e 1 1 LN W men mn ofjibe of 1 the West We Af Afrloao Afrcan Atrican
rican rcan frontier frUrfol force scrupled Kane Kan Feb FebZ
Z after r sharp sr fighting flhtng cup Only Oly two Btb Btbotter British Britishofficers IrItIShofficers
officers otter were we wounded wunde The Th em Mm enemy my lost lostheavily l lustheavily
heavily heviy but the t city was uatnjured uatnjuredAn uajul
An offiil official dispatch dbtch to the colonial of office offIce ofIce ¬
fice adds ad that tht twelve t lve of the British Bri colo 1 t1 nk ukand nkand
and file fl were wer wonnded worndd and andihat mltht that J8 o of < tt tJM tJMenemy t tenemr thenemy >
enemy were kHI killed < l Tn Tt The emir Ir fled e to S Skoto So SoboLe >
boLe kot with wih 1000 10 twrsemeii orHI bersopieti3URY twrsemeiiJURYDISAGREES
l I
JURYDISAGREES JURYDISAGREESIndianapolis JRY 3URY IDISAGREES IDISAGREESIndianapolis ISAGRES ISAGRESIndlanaJI
Indianapolis IndlanaJI FVHj J 14 UThe The Tb jury jury tr trying tryingDr > ine ineDr
Dr J 1 C Alexander AleJDdfr in me IndianMi Inianalloh InianallohrVe Indianspols Indianspolsgrave > ol8 ol8jirave
grave rVe robbery robbr scandaL Snd1 reported 1prte at 5JO 5JOthat 5 5that
that it could cou not agre ig Judge halley IIUe re refused T r rfused ¬
fused fse to accept Rot the pport prtan an s IAt Pflt nt the thejury thejur thejury
jury jur back to delut Gd dellbrste rat t until 1 16 oclock oclockSunday ocock ocockSUUd8 ctock ctockSunder
Sunday mowsinr mowsinrTRIAL mo mosPinTRIAL ll llTL
TRIAL TL OP MRS M LILLIE LZLLIEDavid LILI LILLIEDavid
David City Neto Nt Feb Jeb H HTht Tho taking takn of ofharxe oftestmony oftestimony
testmony testimony in tl the t trisl I of 4fr 1rs 1m lesaijlfte lesaijlfteeharsed iol iollha
lha eharsed < harxe PI < l with wlb thf th mur murdc murdrrbest < 1 TiHSt > rbt Oct Oc clnber Br r of orhpr ofIpr ofher
her Ipr husband began bgan today About fifty fiftywitnesses ffty fftywltnesst fiftywithesses
witnesses wltnesst > will wH be bE examined txminpd 1nusual in interest n ntet x xterest ¬
terest tet is I being beJtakcn taken in the te case caCf cascq J
0 0o
o
i > >
gdlng Barding the t amoun amo arnounof of o money mOMy the te bro bro
ker is i to receive r receiveI e ehI 4 4I
hI I agree age to aUoreiPOU u the t follow followCommission nOW nOWcmmIsion rn rncommission
a
commission cmmIsion for fr haaSllag 1Jlln my m acco accoUntil aco acoUntl ace aceUntil
Until Untl the te profits prft areapial agu to t the te or ornai oy oPnal g <
nal investment aoinmisskm e will Wi WipaId
paid paidAfter pid paIdAfter ivetnt no n e ln wi i ipaid i
After Afte that tat the t slip slp goes goe go on to t say sy t t
5 per pr cent cet comiaisefem will wi be b paid pad paidthe 4 J
the t neat nex 5M after a the profits Ift h hreached hreche hreached
reached reche the t original orglnveent orighiatlnvestment investment T Topr r rPer L Lper
per pr cent cnt was wa to be b paid an all a pro pr pr prafter j jafter
after ater that thatlegislators tt ttPROBIG thatPROBING p
PROBIG PROBING TUrSOAA TUrSOAALegsatr TURPTSOA2NDAL TURPTSOA2NDALLegislators
legislators Legsatr Join Joi Grand Gr Gr Ii Jury Ju in i In Investigation I Investigation ¬
vestigation vestigationSt vetgaton
St Louis Lonis Feb 14 14The The T1e grand Ind Ja jus 1 a
Investigation Jnvetg Into 1te lwt the truf f invest invstepie investcompanies rr rrcompanies
companies epie was w resumedioday ray rusumed today Nei NeiB N NE 1
E J Arnold Arol nor nr his hlmer manager I L LGI IGill v
Gill GI has ba yet been b found fud for servic servicthe srie srieth eerv eervthe
the sheriff Foe Fo evidence in
th sheif Fo evdnc reap respethemethods r >
themethods meth methods of a the t Arnold Anl comr com r v vthe
the grand gd jury jul Js J depending depg on oTtbooks
books bk and a papers > P of the te concern ccr concernthe I
the testimony te tiinoey ly of a some s of its it lesser lesserployes lss 1easrployes r rploe
ploe ployes Interesting Itetg developments depnts developmentsthe n nthe 2the >
<
the identity identty offsome ot sme some of the th inves invesI invts invtswho mv i iwho
I who are ae shown shoW to be b prominent proment in i ir irLouis
I Louis Luis are ae expected expectedj ept expectedFrom
j From the be correspondence and lit litture IHh1 li litaco
Crepdence
taco tur of the te firm fr seized see as aevidfTp aevidfTpth evideTj evideTjthe evidemthe
the th grand gnd jury jur it I develops devep that F Foffice Fofc Poffice
office ofc Inspector Ipeor George Gere ADice A A Dic Dice rc rcmended rC rCmende rrmended
mended mende a fraud fu order oder against aglst the thecern tJI tJIc tliCern
cern c rn after afe hi his investigation inetgton Insteau Itfai Insi t tthe f fthe
the order it i is stated stte Arnold Arnoldceived Aol Arnoldceivej 0 0celve >
ceived celve a letter from frm an abuential aninfluential aninfluentialtal influential j I
tal tl official ofia which wh1h they tey used ue as a an anvertiment anvertisement i ivertisement
vertisement vertiment The Th writing wng of this tl1 l lan lr lrand r rand
and an the te reasons Jn for overruling evUng the th thommenatn theommendations r rommendations
ommendations ommenatn of Inspector Iptor Dice Dce will willi wi Wlllmade
i made m the te subject subjt of a sweeping sweping im imtigation iuvtgton ia ialigation >
tigation tigationArnold tgton tgtonAnold ligationArnold
Arnold Anold Co C employed emploe the th best bst I3 I3talent I tz g
talent tnt in several sl cities ctes totlook Io tok aft afttheir att attthir at
their thir business busne and a wajch wsCh for such suchvelopments su suhvelopments h hvelopment
velopments velopment Letters Lttr are said sald to o ha h
been b n found foun from at a least let one inemb inembof me room fh fhof r rof
of the Missouri MsurI legislature J latur pertain pertainito
prn 1
to the interests intret of the te company compny at J
lemon fern City CityThe Cit CityThe
The Te legislative lgJltve committee cnte appoint aplnt aplntto appoInto 1 1to
to inquire into the te bun business methods methodsgrain method methodsgrain
grain gin and ad turf investment ivetent companies companiesmet companJermet ompap ompapmet <
met in joint sn session today oa at the te South Southern Souther Sout Soutera ¬
era er hotel to t examine exmne witnesses wteses Rep ¬
resentatives rentatve of all the te turf ur InvestmetT InvestmetTstock fnveseu fnveseucope InvestmrrCompanies <
cope Companies ad and si six or thgrain aid aidstock ar I Istock
g
stock investment Invttc cogs cor s of ofLus ofLouis
Louis Lus had ha been b raiftips reiu t a b be before
fore the theArms cemini aai Sexge
te CGml
Arms As John JoLuifurnished Joh CM t tOpheneon henn a et hd had 1 h hfnrhe
furnished fnrhe witfeApaperft wU with peru ltocmvI to compel tiro tiroattendance ta taatendance
attendance atedac atendanceAfter 1 1After te teatedac
After Ater a brlif b i if preliminary preU sessior Ss on ondug
during dug whichnles wbiC which e es for the te iirvesUgatiojj iirvesUgatiojjwere fBeUgt fnvestiga ior iorwere
were formuIafM forua formula the te taking tg of testi testimony teti tetimony testimony ¬
mony was beLnin be un Among those
wa i niong I pres present 1r ptpseat ¬
ent in response re respo e to t summonses smmone We Were ner
Attorney Atorney Charles Cha Char 1ts T Noland represeat represeating rpret rpreting
ing the John JVRyan J Ryan
Joh Cooperative CoPet In Investment Invetent Investment ¬
vestment vetent compffriy com I Governor Gveor Charles CBle
P Johnson Johnn representing r reentg the ie GleagQ ee
Commission Commion company ompay Attorney Attrey T L B B
Harlan Hala representing rpretng the te Rialto Rto Grin Grincompy Grain Graincompany rain raincompany
company compy and Attorneys Atores RM1 R B L Frum rum
berg bg and ad W P Ross Ro represejpiiuis repr b the a
International Iteratonal Investment Invetent company compaayNew CI CINew companyNew
New York Feb 14 HTe 14The The Washington
branch brnch of the t E J Arnold A ldcmpn ldcmpnof WaIgon compan crimpanof v vof
of St S1 St Louis Lu has ha closed cosed A bulletin bulletinposted QUUtT buflettaposted
posted Pte at the office ofc gives several tele teli telegrams
grams dated In St Louis sev
gs i St Lu and ad signed
by L A Gill the
Gi t manager mae one of ofwhich otwhich ofWhich
which says saysHad saysHad saysHad
Had to t suspend sup during duig the te run r oc occasioned occasioned ¬
casioned cion by attafck attk of a a local lo paper
We are all al right risht slvet solvent and will wi pper pay
an
everybody everybodyThere eerboy eerboyThee everybodyThere >
There Thee are ar 200 subscribers s Jbe in this ts city cityeach cityeach iy iyeach
each having from frmito ZroniOto 68to ni M Invested InvestedKIMBALL investe InvestedKIMBALL
KIMBALL IS FINED FINEDFormer FINED FINEDFormer FINEDFormer
Former President of Seventh SeventhNational SeventhNational SeventhNational
National Bank Sentenced Sentencedto
to Pay Pay5000 5000 5000New 1 1New
New York Feb F 1ude 14Judge H Judge Thomas Thomat Thomasthe 1 1the
the t United Unte States Stte district dl dIstrIt court cu tod todsentenced tOdseten toc tocsentenced
sentenced William H
seten WDI IXmb KJmball fotrc fotrcprestdent iormpresident on
president preet of the t Seventh Se National Natn back backto bai bar barto
to t pay Y a fine fi of o 3S i 00 Ot for fr conviction convictionover cnvcon cnvconover convjcj n nOver
over certification eft of checks che drawn dw to toMaruand L LMarctuand l
Marctuand M8Qud Ga GaH C CaH
H H 3 l M Rose R the t former r paying teV te1ot t tof r rof
of the te same se bans b had h sentence st py suspe SUSPE su5ced i ied <
ed The fine was paid by Kimball KimballIn
In passing p8S 1ng sentence Judge Thomas si s sthat rthat 7 7that
that not the slightest moral turpi tmihad a ahad ahad
had been found to attach to either
fendant nor was either e ershown shown to t
made any personal gain gainRose gainRose gainRose
Rose was a man otgood of good character characterwas
was still retained by the bank
Kimballs misfortune bad discred d1s ej
him for the important financial funet fun t
to which his life had been b Qft devote i
his private fortune was substantial i
Judge Thomas spoke of
the high h rpsr r g
in which Kimball was still held h Id bv b
former associates and said sj he knew
no moral stain attached to o him
judge did not think Imprisonment was 7 7quired
quired quiredOn quiredOn quiredOn
On the subject of owercertlQcation
ehecks Judge Thomas s ftald ftaldThe italdThe tld tldThe
The cases of overcertification ° CertIf1cation in incity i 11 11city i icity
city of New icrk Yc > k on any business
have been abundant It is i a custorr east rr
is a part of f the ak everyday banking bis bislosses hi
Soldom is a bank wrecked by It t t
losses result this > couit com t has not had hadportunity Iranportunity
portunity of learning But the practir I3l1lCts I3l1lCtsvicious praer s svicious 5viCIous
vicious in the eyes eyof f tile t law It is isserous iseroos isgerous
serous eroos fl f for r the bank certifying and i irecelvingr LreceIving
receIving the cheeks cheeksThe cIIeeksThO cheeksThe
The charge c e on which whichthe the bank off oWwere offwere s swere
were convicted was wa the tb outcome o of e eeollapse eeollapoe
eollapse llpse of the Seventh National bar ba I IJune
June 19W It was found that the b t
had systematically overeertified overcetj th thper tho tbper i
per of the brokerage firm of Marquar
Co C and that the tbe1IhrIDkagQ1n ahrinkaga in the theof theof v vof
of the firms collateral coDaterallefitJie lefit the iastitu luaU luaUa i ia 1 1a
a a loser in the sum of sQWiOQO sQWiOQOWashington 1000 1000TO
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4 TO PRErVENTHAZING PRErVENTHAZINGWashintOll +
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4 Washington Feb 14 14REf1 14REf1sentaUve Rep 4 4sentative
4 + sentative Dick of Ohio today > +
4 f troduced a bill biUprcw1d providing that tlatsuperintendent 4 4superintendent
+ f superintendent of the
naval nn ar aremy a aemy +
+ emy shall nmk ma such uch rules sub subto v vf 4 4to +
+ f to the approval ot ofth the tl secret secretT secretTof secretof r +
+ of the navy as will > effects effectuprevent i v vprevent
+ prevent the practice Qf hazing bazin at atf atthe L +
4 f the academy The Wirfurther r 4
4 + vides Ides that any midshipman fo t i iguilty 4 4guilty
+ guilty of hazing shall shaRbe be sumn sumnily SUIDnily > +
+ ily expelled and shall not be eigi elglbIe e 4
4 4 ble for reajjjjolntment reapn lntment to the t Irr Irror rp r > 4 4or
4 + or as a commissioned comm Ion officer In t p 4
4 army or bi navy na until UJtttttw two y Vd Vdafter a 4
4 fafter after the graduation dUatlOl1c of the th = cof 4 4of
+ f of which he was a member 4
4 4 4 4 + + + ± + i lIlemberit t ± it ± k

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