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ZOLOMB1AS CLAIMS A APRESENTED AS ASf
PRESENTED B BUnited BY REYES REYESUnited
f
United States Accused of Taking Partin the Con Conji Conspiracy
ji O Ospiracy
spiracy to Organize Republic of Panama PanamaSecretary PanamaSecretary
Secretary Hay FayWoUId Would Only Consider the Question in the Light Lightof
of a Fact Accomplished Aoo mplished1
S
1 1I
I jASHINQTON Jan 1Le1denL1 1Le1denL1vv Preaident PreaidentRoosevelt
vv Roosevelt transmitted to the thesenate thesenate
senate today additional eerrtt eerrttIundence eorr eorrprn1ence
Iundence touching the relations of the theInited theriited
Inited Stat tat p with Colombia and Pan Panynia Paninia
ynia coverteg the period from Dec 25 i
9 03 to Jan 6 last lastA IatA
A statement of grievance on the theart theI
I art of Colombia was wa presented to the thestat thettt
stat department by General Rtyes on onI
I < H 23 J General Reyos says ay that the theurse th thurse
< urse of f the United States had worked workedJt
tJ Jt op Cj injury to Colombia and he cited citedthf citedth
thf th treaty of 184 as shoving that the theindependence theindependenop
independence and sovereignty of Co Colombia Colbmbia ¬
lombia wa waa to be maintain d intact be betv betw
tv n the two tw gOVernment govenimentsieneral gOVernmentGenrral
ieneral < Rey Reyt f < said with reference to tothe
4 the th HayHerran treaty that the same sameo
t o ure tvas a followti in tn Bogota an wa wa walursued s sVursued
Vursued in Washington If the treaty treatyhe
he h said had been rejected in Wasbing Wasbingt
t tn < m the diaapprovil would have in inlved Initved
> lved no grievance for < olombia and andthat andthat
that the Colombian congnfs in its die disapproval dieiirovaI ¬
approval of th the < > treaty simply exer exerised exertISC
tISC < ised a vested right This action he hemaintained hemaintained
maintained did not disqualify the Co Coif CeJt ¬
if mbian government for fo the conclusion conclusionof conclusionano1r
of another treaty treatyBwrapre treatyBttpre
Bwrapre flayed R Part PartIn PartIn
In speaking of the action of the Co Colombian CeS ¬
S lombian congress in its efforts to toamend to3mend
amend the treaty General Reyes said saidI
I firmly b biieve lteve that it would have havenjproved havelroved
njproved lroved the convention with amend amendments amendS ¬
S ments that would probably have been beena
a < eptabie to the 1rfted States had not notih notI
ih I American minister to Bogota re reeatedly repeatedly
eatedly > declared in the most positive positive1ianner positive1arner
1ianner that his government would re reict rect
ict ct any amendments that might be of offred of1red
fred fredAs 1redAs
As to the r Hognition of the republic republicof
of Panama General Reyei saya it is isa isn
a matter of publio knowledge that the theirother thenother
irother country commands sufficient sufficientforces eufilelentforces
forces to subdue a revolution Gen General en enral ¬
eral Reyes txntinues txntinuesHade cntinuesMade
Hade Grave Charges ChargesT Chargesflcfor
T flcfor > efor th the coup OUI dc main which pro proviinnd proaimed
aimed the thek iudepenaonce uf tiir isthmus isthmusk
k plaoo 15 at Panama then Ufre re in this thisr
r city awems of th < authors of that thaturt thaturt
urt in eonftr eonf rnee nc with blRh pemonagen pemonagen1ith pereonaesw2th
1ith with official character aa i is as asrtfxl asL
L f rtfxl by reputable Amerlcftn newspapers newspapershav newspapershart
hart recehc4 reteI tl information to the effect effecthat effectci1
ci1 hat bank in i Xw York > p peted < > ivi o con conorttrable eonderable
orttrable erflit in ihetr favor with a aKnowledge attiwIedge
Knowledge of ih h y general n ral use for which whichi whichwoe
i was iiiterleii even though unaware unawarehat unawarehat
hat it was > be applied is part to in inribory thwihry
ribory of a large paVt oC the garrison garrisonM
M t Panama PanamaBefore PsranaHefore
Before th Us ncws was < divulged that a auimuf apvofijto
pvofijto wts tkUt La Wtsc t Mi Mihtnus
uimuf htnus Oenra1 r1 Hfye t sayt > Amerl Amerliiilayrft A tesl teslttIaPP
iiilayrft ttIaPP whkh rtnched their desttnaj desttnajprwisely dPstl dPstlprevisoly
prwisely on the vc of the movementacre movement movementw
w acre rp plowtQir io4U tbr water of < f the Atlantic AtlanticA Atlanticand
and PeeTe ocans ocansInited
A TnitPd State military officer h hnf hiy
nf iy stopped th railway rnklwa from carrying carryingi
i Panama H it was imltr obligations obligationsr
r 1o j n l lsttain attai > n of o troops fr frm m Bogota Bogotavhi Bogotavhih
vhi vhih h had just arrived fit Colon okn at the ther
> r > time when it itF arrival in that city cityv
v yijirt ijlr have imi impeded pdo1 or ippresscd any anyi
i > nltlonary attempt aHomptRights attemptc
c Rights Not Respected Respectednra1
nra1 Rrv Rees t say sayt that Panama ha haMriimo haeurne
Mriimo eurne independent becau beeaute o the govern icoverninent governfont
font of the tniteti States desired it be beau beew
ew au with its iiifomparahly superior superiorfir
4 fir 1 < the titd < 3 States prevented the thei
i nrting of < < innhian roops b bfeause causw causwMn
> Mn 0 l before > the s pratist movement was wasnuwn waSloiwn
nuwn in Bogota the lnh tn1l l State tale had hadits hadit
its it war vessels at the eeramc of Co Coinhian 0 0tnIia
inhian port preventing the departure departuref
f olombiar l attalin iKcauBe with without withlit ¬
out lit regard t th t he precedent established cBtabllshed1y
t 1y y stateFmeii who have dealt with this thisinitter thist
t initter the United State ha has not re rei
1 i tfd fUr rights In that strip of land landwhch landtch
whch tch Colomiia cor enrider iders s a di divine ne be bei hest
i < ttt st for th < irnocen use > f the Amen Amerifamily Amenaa
aa family < f > tate am atat finally be beaosr beau
aosr au the gvorntnen g vernrnent of the United UnitedState Unitedtat
State tat invokinc and outtlng Into jprac jpracrtee praelice
lice the th right cf 1 might ha hgts takfn from fromrf froma
rf a ii l > y blood bloodls lisis < oiquest hut by fon fonHjesi on onnUet
Hjesi nevertheless the n uost > t important importantar
ar of the national territory tfrrltoryC territoryitral
C ntral Rev5 < ites the thirtypixth ar aritWif ati4
itWif i4 j if f the triry of ijjW itrovidmv irv idler that thati that49t
49t i i either < out r tititrv try f feei > el itself offended offendedil offendedhtIl
il shall htIl lav before toe otbtr a statement statementf
f pioh injury or damages and concludes concludesiy eneludesromistflr
iy iiromlsinp that the claims which he heiv hek
iv ilk k s on account of the violation of > f the ther thereld
r reld sMlti tr treaty aty and all other claims claimshsch eaimsC
C hsch I t ti may hereafter he made in conne connewith
3 1 U with the f vente > of Panama IK sub subitteil subittttI
itteil to t th arbitration tribunal of The TheHa TheC
Ha i
C Secretary Hay Hayi s Answ Answer AnsweriL r rSiHretary
iL SiHretary Hay an anwer wrr d tftrs note under underI undCfr
r I if of Jan r H lie says tb government governmenthfif
hfif ta carefully considered th tbe grave m miijtlnts nt1alnts
iijtlnts 1alnts mad and assures General Reyes Reyesf
f < ir r most friendly frtndl s sentiments ntim nts for the theii thecerflment
ii ernmont ud i cpi of Colombia Th Thistion ThteStlOt1 >
istion submitcd he says ian bo coc cocirt eottIdered
tIdered irt r d only tr h i tie light of accomplished accomplishedicts
n icts Ct of wh wttelt > h on < > n it that the republic republicf
f Panama Pa tiama ha has become a mrmher ate tube of the thefamily thefamily
family of nations The department baa hast
t i d l with surpri < > Mr Hsiy cominent eomentstjr < s sour
our tjr repetition of grosf iBipuationn iBipuationnipon
ipon I fl the conduct and motives of this thisgovernment thisgovernment
government which are raid to have ap
1 red in repuiabls American new newr newsnpers
r ni npers npersM > fris frisM
M Hay reviews in detail first the n nrs flt fltC
rs C eeiy iry of t a waterway connecting the two twoceao twoand
ceao and secondly all the legislative legislativeand
and diplomatic procedure which has talc takta talca
ta a place to secire that end
SMOOT FillS AMENDED ANSWER ANSWERi
i
Denies the th Charges of Attorney Taylor and SpaciQcolfy SpaciQcolfyDeities SjrncificlIyDenis
Deities That ThatChurch Church Officials Have Taken TakenPlurafs TakenPlUrals
PlUrals Since SinceI6O 1890 V
CSi peet > t il to The lifraM lifraMASHISOTOX lernidI
I I 1ARRaTON ASHISOTOX Jan IS jyrnai jr jrHmoot
vv Hmoot throujh his attorneys to today top ¬
p day filed with the elections com committee ¬
1 mittee his written answer to four re revifej reA
A vifej nd amended charfiet presnted to totne toc
c tne committee by Att AttorDy < ortt > y Taylor ° n nl Qbfhtllf
l ehalf > of the protestant on 8d turytat urtlay urtlayt
tat t Ji In hi arwer Shnoot says that thatM that101g
M 101g i e of thts amended ci earoe arg vn vnf
f true furnjphep any legal ground f ro > i iite
1 ite il expulsion > n from the penal penalAs
As 4 to the tir 1jr4t + t fharge he den dena > that thathe thathe
he Mormon priestho id is vested with withMipremo withtupremn
Mipremo stirTirity tlt hirity in temporal an antical n > p pmcal <
mcal matt matttrs r and while admit tine tinethat titt tittthat
that half cf the courtto claimtt u re reeive rea
a eive iw divine rev revelations latk ns he denies hx hxhnund h > h hfl000I > >
hnund to bey them ir vloTailj vtolativof > n of tnj tnjivvp tat tatL1tP
L1tP ivvp Of < if th 1w < f t4at tatc or nation nationAs
I As A tn i the aec tteeaii nfl harft h admits ndmitihrii admitsttat
ihrii ho h it on ut f f the tb tw tw1v < h f apuftlc sties but nit
Secretary Hay say says the United States Stateshad Stateshad
had iaJtbfully horne during the long longperiod 1ofl 1oflperiod
period sine the treaty of 1S4C w a eom eompteted cOisplqisd
pteted the full burden of its raipponsl repwsibItiss raipponslbOKlM
bOKlM MeanwhWe he continues the therfeat thegtt
rfeat design of the treaty of li 1M6 ro romaioed nomgitied
maioed umulfDled and to the eadit be becaJkC beeap
caJkC apparent a has heretofore been beenshown beenshoWn
shown that it coafd be fomfled ony by byth byth
th construction tit a canal by the gov government governacut ¬
ernment of the Called States By reason reasontt
tt 4 the action ot the government at Bo Bont 10nt
nt in repudiating the he UayHcrrac om omentlon fl flentlon
entlon and of the view vew4 and fmeaUons fmeaUonsDisclosed hitsadonsMsc4oset
Disclosed hi cAanectkm e with that repu repuliation reputlatkn
liation the governmem was confronted confrontedwhen confrontedwhen
when the revolution at Panama took tookplace tooktilace
place with the alternative of either eitherabandoning eitherabandoning
abandoning the i4f hl f benefit whlelf tt ttxpected iteanected
xpected and which it was eaUtfetf to toderive toderive
derive from the trfaty of 1W or of re reporting To Toreeling ¬
porting to measures the necessity of ofwhich ofS
which S hich it could contemplate only withro withrogret with Tts Ttsgret
gret
TSvw Sf tuation Created CreatedBr Oroi
Br the declaration of todepenfcenee of ofthe Ofthe
the republic of Hanania a ae flee r situation situationwas sitnattonwas
was cntcd Jtt < ce e hand Mo tas4i d UlB gov government 50 ¬
ernment of Coo Cotoaibta nt la hivokin in the thename thename
name of the treaty of 1M the aid aid of this thisgovernment th thgovernment
government in he < t efforte to sttmraai sttmraaithe sntr sntrthe
the revolution on tht tl other otherthe Oth It0 It0the
the republic of Manama ansma tfcaC tfcaCinto athI pe peinto
into being in order that the vast daalr daalrof esign
of 1 that treaty wight be forever frustrated tIW1175edht frustratedbut
but might be fuUiled The tothjeuft wa wathieutened wed wedttu
thieutened ttu ctened with desolation hy another anothercivil anotsreItlt
civil war Nor were the rights aajd Bi Bitererts t tterasts
tererts of ta United States atwe at atftak atstake
stake The Interests of the wbote wboteUsed v vIliad
Used morl wnrhj < 3 were involved The rwp rwpf rpMbM rpMbMof
of < > f Panama stood for these Interests InterestsColombian use useolombian
Colombian government opposed tl tlCompelled t tompsllcd
Compelled to t hcose < Between tb tbe e fw tWo tWoalternatives j jalternatives
alternatives the th government of the theCnited thernhted
Cnited States hi no wise responsible responsiblefor
for the situation sItiatI n that had arlen art cn did n not nothesitate t thesitate
hesitate hesitateI
I Th The Worltl Approved ApprovedTt
Tt recoaied the 1n4 ndependence pen4enee of o the therepublic therepublic
republic of Panama and upon Rs Judfc Judfcmtnt Jnd4znart
mtnt and action in the emergency the thepowera thepowers
powers ef thf th world have wt the seal sealof sealof
of their approval approvalln approvaltnder
ln tnder er iu the iircumstancps savs sv th thsecretary the thecirttaty
secretary the department is it unable t tfiit to toreard
reard the eomlaint of Colombia agslnLt agslnLtthis
this joveflmeiit fiit MS having hav1n any valid validlation
foundation lation Secretary Hay says saysThe saysThe
The government of f th the United States Stateswould Stateswotld
would uladly exercise its good offices officeswith officeswith
with the r < pubil < o f Panama with a view viewfair
1 e bring abott eoint arrannehi arrannehifair
fair and erHitlable basis For the i iasee acct acctaces
aces of your proposal of a resort to toHague 5ofl 5ofl1tagut
Hague tclbunal t this goVerUmebt governm t treives per pereive
reives eive np occasion Indeed the quasi quasipresented qumUons qumUonspr4si
presented pr4si IitSd lr > your etntement eta tement of grleva grlevaure grievances grievancest4r
ure t4r of a political nat ure s svnh eh as asven ataflww ataflwwven
ven of the roost advanced ideas aa ta tainternational ieInternational
international arbitration have not ptv ptvliOfsd pt ptl
l liOfsd ofv d ta leil with by tha ji KjgH KjgHIntkr
Bits Sec nd NSt NSttndcr
Intkr date of Jan 5 General Generaleubnittx 0 1 1sqbvatts
eubnittx another not nothi nottti
hi which he says he herstary h t tretary
rstary Ijays Hay answer to Ms MsThe k kXisflCS1tO
XisflCS1tO h uvernfrn uvernfrnthe
The aecretarj1 r tate tateas te is conetmeo conetmeoas
as in tn tnttinatiefl tin tier that jat tbAgCj tbAgCjon an anforees
forees will b attacked b bStates
States on their entering the territory territoryPanami tefliteryPanaxw
Panami to subdue xhe he rettbiltan and tor torthat tsrthat
that rea reason on it would hold the government governmentof
of the TnKed States for all damages damagesCM damagesesuped
CM esuped use to it by the loss of that national nationallenitory ustiongileilitory
lenitory A t repetition is made of the theposition thejosftion
position of tJi tile Coiotabian government overn1fleflt un unticr Mntit
tit the treaty of R4C and it w requetftea requetfteathat reqateUthat
that the first note of General Reyes be beranie bemae
mae > bi biJRcplr blie blieB
JRcplr B ly of the Secretary SecretaryReplying Secretaryi
i Replying to this nn n Jan 9 Skeretary SkeretaryHay SerctaryTiny
Hay gays that be rinds almost all the theproiK thepropositions
proiK propositions UIonp brought forward In the sec second seeonI ¬
ond note have been considered and fully fullyinwered fullyanswered
answered In his note of f th thit < t th of Janu Janu5iiy Janualy
5iiy He says however howeverI
I will not for H t moment ci eept > ept the theimputation theinutatlon
imputation of el unfriendly motive of jten jtentiments sentiments
timents on the part of th this country to toward toward ¬
ward ok olombia mbii and even If Colombia Colombiashould toionibtahonId
should persift In asstimnsr a w hostile at attitude atlltudr ¬
titude toward us < it t will only be after tile tilemot thernwt
mot careful deliberation and with ex extreme extreme ¬
treme reluetnnce that this government governmentwould governmentwotld
would shape it course in accordance accordancea aecordaitotwith
with the joplerabe sonditiops thus ese eseJ
a J ted te J
Final Statements StatementsImer Statements1n1er
Imer date < f Jan II General Reyes Beyeaddreafied Reyesildressed
ddreafied Secretary Hay statin stating that he hefin tiefIuts
fIuts fin p his hl arguments had not been re refuted refitted ¬
fitted by the rtherwife forceful papers paperswhich paperswhich
which he had received He th tkn n diacuarej diacuarejit
it stnr length his proposition to refer referi
i he matter to Th The Hawe and concludes concludeswith concudeaith
with ith a rennet n the failure of his Wis Wision ie ienun
nun ion to tt the Cnrted IIIIt d States StatesSecretary StatesStretary
Secretary Hay answers this note un under noJ ¬
der J late lat of Jan 1 with the statemttlt statemttltthat tatem nt ntthat
that there is no it > raawn to ti rectinsldfr TtOflSIdI the thettltude thettltude
ttltude of the rnitt l Statesa Stateaaefore Jft Jftfore
r rALLrNIGHT
fore st ct forth
forthoene
oene oeneALLNIGHT
ALLrNIGHT SESSION SiSSIONOF SESSIONOFCHICAGO
OF OFCHICAGO CHICAGO COUNCIL COUNCILChicago COUNCILlitctge
Chicago Jan 1 lerbe The city couneil is isholding isholding
holding an all night session f far r the per purpose perpose ¬
pose of consWerincr eonsidermn the new theatre or ordinance orii ¬
dinance dinanceAt ii tanc tancAt
At 2 oclock this momlriic the city Ur comi comiJl cohOil
il Jl to still hi gcsKtia with the string stringprobability atnOngpr
probability pr bsihtlity of 1 remulntng theep a0 night nightordinance nightTe
Te chanceast this hour ofesing the theordinsisce
ordinance are not bright as lint nt ten tensection tensections
section of the thirtyone in tilt ordi ordinance ordiI ¬
I nance cave been crnaidered crnaideredUTAH etneideredUTAK
UTAH UTAKSpeciai POSIMAST BBS BBSSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWapJUBKtoa IleraldWlngton >
WapJUBKtoa Jan is iSUt uta pestrn pestrnt pMtmaa pMtmaaterii
t terii ter appointed Andrew J 1 Johnson lohneoaFgirvtew JohnsonPgirvlew
Fgirvtew Sanpete county vine S S SAnderson Sgnderson
Anderson gnderson resigned Lydia M McCar McCarty
ty Moqrce 8ev3er count vice j James JamesH
H McCarty > ad
FMt ethos thnt the rupreme authority of the thecharcti th thhart4i
charcti is only vested In apostles when whenthe whent
the t he first presidency Is disorganised hy a avacancy
vacancy 1 CXW in that office officeAs officeat
As at t to < r the third charge he denies that thatth thatthe
th the ruling authorities of the church pro promufeaie promu3goce
mufeaie the kxtrne of polygamy The Thet Thetaints
t taints > utbhuts of th9 t tip church on the th subject of ofltoIyevmy
1 ltoIyevmy > ljrra y at r chown < rh wn in the Article of ofKaltb ofJaJtb
Kaltb fm ff m which qunat quoatons < > n are made madeealftng madecalling
calling sttf stttdtfnti tfcu to the > reveiaUe ev1al die dieeestn te tepotrgamr
eestn polygamy aad plural mar marHe mseHe
He d denies nle that the president p esldent of the Mor Morrann ior iormen
men church or any apostle bishop or ornhrr orother
other high off offlelal < Mal of the church has hastken hast4ken
tken a plural wife since the manifesto manifestoof
of f SSO ti0 and d denht nl > that he encouragee encourage enrouragerouitsi
e ouitsi urtenircr flees cenceafe or conitves < > nii1ves at atlh atiheny
lh iheny fa ny < > r pof pogamns > gamous r habtatGn habtatGne hab Uitcu Uitculie
lie e dcnirw the < cartS rhar rharv that he heaided heaided
aided in pawing tn act of the lt ltah h leg legfamous
itatUr4 hi IOCI Veetig presecutions for forelIam0us
elIam0us > famous cohabitation cohabitationSenator cohabitationSenator
Senator Smoftr4 answer is signed by byth bylb
th r roton4eiit 3ondent rid MeuKr Uorthing Uorthingtoi
toi t Van 1 < v tt an t Ijfirah ta i < our e
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Taking Advajptage Advae T of a a Bit of f Clear lear feather featherT f
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Trip to St1 St Louis LouisA
A meeiing meet1n of th the < Utah Press aseocia aseociation aasoe1aflail
flail wax held last evening ta the partors partorsof
of the Kenjon hotel and the following followingofficers followingofficers
officers elected fo f the ensuing year yearPresident yearPres4ept
President wl1a VHN Wf Buys s sWave Waastch WaastchWaver
Waver Wave Trie 4e awsfdrm A UttMTeld UttMTeldtpi LjttiefleldtftM
tpi State StateJorn Jottrnals e4Wed H d vl vlmrden presid presidL
L mrden dti 1t tXpkMBS tXpkMBSpre Pirran1d Pirran1drStetcf
rStetcf pre preeWtnt MT J CSrahjBM Bhtf BhtfBon BlisUetIn
UetIn Bon eerresjMdlns seeretary seeretaryIehl seeruayx
x Iehl XaJMa0m tterurd rerortln rerortlnsecretary reordtngsecretary
secretary Parley P Jensen Blkuben Blkubentreaaurtr Bikubentreirte
treaaurtr W R 1 XcBri blcRride e ltah County CountyDmiocmt ountyD5tfleert
Dmiocmt historfatf J T Jackson Aler AlerTwtepty 2fercur
cur Jitliter JitliterTsttnty
Twtepty newspaper of the state were wererepresented wererepresented
represented at the meeting After fter tile tKeelection tileelection
election of ofHcy the auhject of visiting visitingthe visitingthe
the St Louis acuusliton wan taken up upand upand
and committee apBOintef to arrange for forthe fortI
the tI exciusPMi sxcur The HarttitkMi lhritlItien of the thetional Na National
tional Press assoCiation to meet at the theWorlds th thWorlds
Worlds fair was ireepted ireeptedDuring Oetted OettedDuring
During the meeting consIderable die disrusvion dierulon
rusvion was indulged in by the members memberspresent memberttpresent
present over a unffofpt rate for adver advertising adverttslng ¬
tising A committee was appointed to toformulate toformulate
formulate a minimum rate for legal and andforeign andforeign
foreign advertising matter and to draw drawup drawlip
up an agreement ti tC he signed by the themembers themembers
members of the association associationThe asroclaijonThe
The next meeting of th the < association associationwill
will be held about April when final finalpins 1111plans
pins for the junkcUng trip will be ar arranged atranged ¬
ranged rangedWOODMANS rangedWOODMANSWILL
WOODMANS WOODMANSWILL LL ATTACKED ATTACKEDNephews ATTACKEDe ATTACKEDNephews
e
Nephews of Utah Mining Man Start StartPight StartFigkt
Pight For Bsiate BsiateChicago BsateCbkage
Chicago Jan ft 13Validity VaMty of the will willof willof
of Tames F Woodman who accumu accumuUted aecumliIsited
Uted a fortune In the niatag business in inTtah InUsh
Ttah is being atncked i in a suit called calledfor calledtot
for hearing in the state circuit court courtbefore courtbefore
before Judge Tally today Woodmandied Woodman Woodmandied
died Marsh 15 l me I leaving an estate estatevalued estatevalued
valued at about SSftMeft Four of bio bioeph hisnephews
nephews eph ws are re now wlarin that at the thetime thetime
time be executed hM will he wa was tof of un unsound nflsound ¬
sound mind an and unduly influenced in the thediet thedistribution
diet distribution rtbut loo of his property and have havmade havemade
made twentyeight parsons defendants In Intheir intheir
their Mil ttf < f com cop4atiit iatnC The complainants complainantsfire
fire KdwarC T John Thomas at4 nf Thorn Thomas
ae IT Woedntan Wo dman wh Whk e the < > ioSMl de defendaate tie tiefendants
fendaate are the I flinois > noM Tnnk Savings Savingshhak Savingsheuk
hhak executor under the wOI and John JohnM JointIt
M and Gordon W V Woodman Frances FrancesE FrancesDunlvZe
E Duntevie and AhDes A ne Craig inig nephews nephewsaad nephewsaid
aid nieces of toe d deeiend n s d and the prtn prtncipai pehicipai
cipai legatee under the will According Accordingto
to the ulltgaUojw in b the bin Woodman Woodmantia4 Woodmiuihed
tia4 been ill fwrfawe time before his hhiath hisdgatb
dgatb ath 7 Fhe coHWaiBaJAts opIei Ste nPr that when whenhis whenhis
his will was presented to him for execu execui ciecution
i tten Jan 14 1B i5 he did nbt understand understandits
its contents arid was unable to realize realizewhat realizewhat
what he was doing doingMINERS doIrtMINERSNOWTBYING
MINERS MINERSNOWTBYING MINERSNOWTBYINGThEFEDERAL NOW TRYING TRYINGTHE
THE ThEFEDERAL FEDERAL COURT COURTDenver COURTDenver
Denver Jan IS lsAiiicatlnn Application for a awrit awrit
writ of habeas carpus rpes for ShermanParker Sherman ShermanParker
Parker a Crippte Creek eQk ani untin i miner minerwag minerwas
wag filed in the Untied States atee circuit circuitcoa circuitcou
coa t today bjr b Attorney Frank Hangs Ilangsof
of Cripple Creek A hearing on the thepetition thepgtiftvn
petition will be held tomorrow The Thewhich Thepkftlon
pkftlon recites tie many tritls to towbki
which Parker has been subjected by bythe b bthe
the military an and alleges that his pros present prosmit ¬
ent confinement > in n in 1be bull pen l is inViolation in litrIoIatIn
Violation of the federal constitution constitutionGovernor constitutionGovernor
Governor Peabodys right to suspend suspendtile suspendthe
tile writ f haieas corpus is dented dentediDAHO deniedDAHO
iDAHO TOWN VISITED VISITEDpYDESTRilGTlVEflRE VISITEDYDESTRUCTlVEFIRE
pYDESTRilGTlVEflRE pYDESTRilGTlVEflREBoise YDESTRUCTlVEFIREBoise
Boise Idaho Jan tOrTbe town of ofMeridian ofMeridtsfl
Meridian ten mile frVin fr Boise was wasvirtted wasvirited
virtted by bya a had lire early this morn morning mtrntag ¬
tag The drug d slore of ll Compton ComptonRtynolde CaniptouIkynolds
Rtynolde WM demrayetf The poswflceIn postofiflee postofifleela
la the saMe bultdinfr bIt1tdb > biis4 b rid out outand outand
and all the maD dntrerm IMM to toCrtmpton toCompton
Compton Reynolds J4SOf 4 tnsuram tnsuramJ2000 insurance insurancenoo
J2000 noo The Tribune plant tn the bate btmement batemerit
merit was destroyt < j kicp k Wflo A AbinMing maU maUhutitfing
hutitfing sxUofnifig va waS tn burRed
4 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 4 + 9 + 4 4TBIRTY + + + + +
4 THIRTY FBSISOKS DHOWNED +
+ 4 4Bleomfontein
4 Bleomfontein Orange River Col + 4 4ony
4 ony Jan l ltAboutthlry Abmit thirty persons personsf personswere + +
f were dit drowned rned and three hotels and nrt 4
4 4 i 17 houses destroyed as the result resultof + f
4 + of a burs hnrstin tins reservoir here yes 4 4terday f fterday
+ < terday Hundreds of iierffns have havebeen +
4 been rendered homeless and dest destUjit 4 4f
+ f tui Ujit hv ii the disaster 4 +
TREMY BtN RUSUD
Sejiat Committee On Foreign Relations Directed to Report Reportt
t ForthWithevanvage Taken TakenfAberite
fAberite s si
i
1 fMSHJ GTOK Jan 18 lrlle Th senate senateOQmntittee
OQmntittee on foreign relatkms relatkmsrei
AtOflty 4Irpctid Seahtect4te Seahtect4tercprt
rei rcprt > ort the Panama Ueauy jjg h hSifirfidments j tjiret tjireta
a monuments The Republican mej meibers meibersoted bers bersted
oted ted for the treaty but only two JJWn JJWnocrats fl flOerati
ocrats Morgan and Money were ere pres present en eneat ¬
eat The former voted againftt iaIn the thetreaty thetreaty
treaty and Mr Money oney stated tfiat stt stthad e ehad
had not nwtyet had time to con ronad lw Jt aa aaIt asIt
It was the ti first meeting of tftg t jiiinmit jiiinmittee IIU11IL IIU11ILtee
tee he fcad been able to attend attendThe attendThe
The thie tliamcndnjpedi AM ndmeiHti rel reMttasatt reMttasattitation tte4 8 n nHation >
Hation limitation of cities and control controlof
of harbors The United States b y the theamendment theainendmeiit
amendment relating t ts aptgtJp s vjik tjon la lagranted Iagranted
granted mor more dlreet dlrei power jower Inali lk alt sanItary san siiitary
Itary rogulationi The amendttetit con cwicernlng coneernlng
cernlng the limitation of the Htl ritles ritlesmore s smore
more Specifically defines what are arthe arthelimits the thelimits
limits of Panama and Color in retortion retortionto gf4 gf4to
to the canal zone The her anMfH anMfHment eniI eniImont
mont gives the United States contra contraof Oustrl Oustrlof
of the theherbors harbors for the PUrPose of f Inv Invpiovlns In InpIOt1fl
piovlns 1 1I
pIOt1fluttinortty
I Minority Members Absent AbsentOn
On Saturday at the raeetmg of the theforeign theforeign
foreign relations committee Senator SenatorI SenatorLodge
I Lodge offered a motion which wag wagagreed wapagreed
agreed to providing that at the next nextmeeting nextjmcetIia
meeting mcetIia of the committee the pending pendingshould pendingamendment
amendment should be disposed of and andthe I Ithe
the question of reporting the thi treaty to tothe tothe
the senate sane te should he taken op npbars Mem Membent
bent of the minority say tlatfloiie th aC none of oftheir oftheir
their members were present when the theinotlon
1 motion of Senator Lodge was adopt adoptToday adoMed adoMedToday
Today when the committee pet et ta tke
iANNAS tNIN GET BUSY BUSYBostoX
1 Boss BostoX i0ox Of Cincinnati at the Head of ofa a Mpvement to tofSam toI
I fSam 5Nam the DiBegiite DeIegate From Ohio OhioInteieSttof in the thet5
t5 Interesf InteieSttof Df the theSenator Senator
INcJATL Jati n 15 LSTbk Tb TbwseB lal lalgijeiflent
C gijeiflent here hereOer
Oer wseB B Cox the thelender B J fl > l n nI
I lender in Hamilton county thatch was wasa
a candidate for delegate at l laLlie tefirotn tefirotnOltte fPtfl fPtflOhio
Ohio to tile Republican najfqiial na con conventlon conv3itIOfl
ventlon at Chicago next Jufie JuieaUsed JuieaUsednith ea d dmuch
much scitement becau bocate e it xr tras recog recognfzefl eco ecoiei1
nfzefl ns the completion of wbat wbatknown liat 1 1known
known as the Hanna slate Mateother Tb Tbother
other three on the Hanna ante datedelegates tor tordelegates
delegates at large arc said f obe130v obe130vernor 4 Oov Oovernor
ernor Herrick former Qoverflapr Ooyef Rah Rahand ithand
and Coagreseman Dick who ty chalr chalrnmn ehsirI
I man of the state committee Besides Beal4esHELLD BesidesHELLO
HELLO BILL DEPARTS DEPARTSManager DEPAR1SManager
Manager Beats Deputy heriff heriffI
I I Across State Line and Play Players Players
ers Are Left Behind BehindMfvilIe M Mai
ai MfvilIe ville Kellogg IelIoggrnt4uagPr manager of In tite titerilo i iHello
Hello BUI company jumped his hands hands1ffe hehalt
1ffe lt night and vft t for papa papaHe unknf fi filie
lie departed 4iofte tote too soon for athe athetmie atbetmwhpikJpet1
tmie tmwhpikJpet1 h akhi cU two deputy sheriff ZIieT1ft were wereon ftI ftIon
on Ms trail armed with a supply of ofvarrants ofwarrants
warrants for his arrest Nut otto1 otto1KilQg
KilQg himeelf escape but h he took tookhtm rth rthhim
him severer several trunk far which aUk Msb Msbmeats J Jments >
meats had been Issued in the afternoon afternoonKello efternoefl1ceIlngrs
Kello 1ceIlngrs gH hasty ex ect > t front Salt Like Likei
i was la the result f hunch that thatwas he hewas
was to l he > e pf rsectitd > erut Hl l le v severs other othermembers tthormmters
members of the stranded eonps eonpsttrday omWWJF Ys Ysterday
terday afternoon John Jk r fl > ar bfuritk ur > hy and aa4Mr andMr
Mr and Mrs E P Gayer of thCHflll thCHflllBill tit4 1mu 1muB1lI
Bill troupe consulted an at atloI1lt > ornev nod gndshortly nodsiortiy
shortly afterwards s seered > cr > d uttfcehmentfl uttfcehmentflj tt4chmentsfor
j for some of K Keli ll < gp gg trunks that had hadj hadbeen
j been l lft ft at atiturp1iy Ogrdoi Ogrdoij
j ainrphy tock the nrvr train to f grdTi grdTij gdiarmedwith
j armedwith armctl with tne Httaohnvnt d hmfrt papers f era bit bittion hpt hptthe
the wiiymsiuger beat him o JUW JUWtioit
tion CHy Cft hy h > a narrow marIn and andratted J Jrartcd
ratted with th this eovetpi rnmjp rr1iyt5 rr1iyt5About
About th the same time Mr MrJsyer Mrr4 Mrr4layer
layer and I lDputv > putv ShrMff ShrMffh ShtIffhad
h had d been sparhtc earhii > r rr > r Kfiioj Kfiiojthe tieI fc5jyed fc5jyedthr
the comfort irfirnn iv i > t tit mau
abirfnteae were Senators Forak oraker Ba Bacbti Bac01
cbti c01 Clark of Montana crk rk of Wye WpomI1g Wyetentatively
mI1g jnd MeOeaq of Cneky A1
tttiq h final finalttutWui
ttutWui ththfldsWbe OItWII bad been beententatively
tentatively agreed to Mttr tl they y nad haibecit nadbeen
been Incorporated in the tAertSr today todcvSejiitor todayScilittor
Sejiitor Morgiut moved t to strtMe Out otitarticle OutartIcle
article 22 of the > treaty whit whklt provides providesfipr piinldesin
fipr in the imptetJon < of o negotiations with withtfte Wththe
the new Panama Oanal cqnemay < on iRiay for forUjeir fortheir
their rights and conca e neucsOns sion en the tteaius theIsliius
Isliius aius Senator Lodge inrtste insisted that thatder thattWit
tWit Was not ti pftilthngRmendnteflt flu fluder
der the resolution adopted Saturday Saturdayam Saturdayas4
as4 am k wn was ruled ougf out of order orderMorgan ordertha
Morgan ° tha protested protestedv rotestedAnamendment
v
An Anamendment amendment had been prepared by bySenators iySenators
Senators Baron and Foraker relating relatinRto
to appeals to United States court i iI t tcertain
I certain cases arising in the canal zorc zorcTbtesWas zoiehiowas
TbtesWas hiowas voted down Senator Morgan MorgannretvsfeA Morganprotui1eii
nretvsfeA against t Iis s action saying sayinathat sayingthat
that the amendment should not be acted actedupon actedupos
upon in the absence of the senators wno wnohad we wehad
had offered K Protest also was va mactf mactfby macbby
by the minority against the cutting off offa otto
a opportunity o vote on the amend anvmdrajcnt amendmint
mint striking ont article S2 S2The 2 2The
The majority members of the com committee corntattLes ¬
tattLes say that for two weeks the thetreaty thetreaty
treaty has been under discussion and andthey andthey
they felt that ample time had been beengiven beengiven
given to its coarfderaUon Members of ofthe ofthe
the majority say that the amendments amendmentsAdopted amendmentsadopted
Adopted are considered Judicious y yt ytWere t twere
were not of vital Importance and coula coulahe coulele
he sacrificed tf it was necessary to ex expedite exprdtte ¬
pedite the treaty
over 190 delegates In the next Repabll Repablleairt TteptibltC3i
eairt C3i state convention rom T1d Haitodton Haitodtonqwj ton tonit
qwj tyit it i is claimed by tfce he frkAds Med of ofitf ofCox
itf > Cox that th h he ha has rwBeired srwur srwurat aesurxeiee
at xeiee e of more than enough delegates delegatesffom delegatesfDm
ffom other counties to secure urc hi his < elec election eiettIOIi ¬
tion and that the announcement is isinAue istjtde
inAue in r rspnse en ase to the IfeUer from fromrwn fromht
rwn ht cewntle It is understood that thatSenator thateuater
Senator Porttkjer who i is now in Ohio Ohioill OhioJu
ill the interests of the delegates at atlarge atIrgt
large an e di hift1ct rlct delegates An Presi Presidftt Presititt
dftt Roe RodaeveTt velt will name f four ur others othersXIalegates othersOeIegiten
XIalegates at large in oppaeition t ttrfiek to toIIritk < >
IIritk trfiek Nash asb and Dick and that whatteJtrtWn what hhatjt3it
jt3it teJtrtWn as the administr adinlntstretlon tioH slate slatewpt slate4ba
wpt 4ba tc Beaded ieadd by Senator Foraker Forakerniisr Forakernr
niisr had Jumped his bonds and de degS Icg
gS g was under S20 2 > bond which whichibably hleh hlehlmbly
ibably be forfeited today when th thfwm ubga
fwm ga J catled in court courtAt courtAt
At n late hour last night the foUowinp foUowinpwilts folowingspite
wilts spite had been filed against Kellogg KellognFrank Kelloggiattl
Frank iattl 5f t Kelley J200 200 JohnQaty John lly Mar Murphy Marphy
phy SIlO E P f Gayer UW Mr MarL E r rGarer 1 1tiarer
Garer GarerTtoe fU fU1Ie
Ttoe manners of the company have n t ty rcet
y cet f decided what they wOt 4 dii atost of ofthem ofthem
them deafa to retterh te die east eastCARRIAGE east1ARRlAGETO
CARRIAGE 1ARRlAGETO TO HANNAS HANNASSON HANNASt
t S SON WAS BIGAMOUS BIGAMOULondon BIGAMOUSLondon
London Jan 18 18Justice Justice Jeane in inthis
1 this divorce division of the high court courf courtf
f Justice today granted Major Walter WalteDeSumares WaltertleSutnarez
DeSumares Maud a divorce from hi hityKB his hisvtf
tyKB vtf on th the < grrwmd that her marriage nutrriageropanlel marriageTo
ropanlel To Daniel R Hanna of Cleveland Ohio Ohioweds Ohiowrit
weds bigamous The Clauds were roar roarrfed marre4
rfed at New m Vprk vrm April i 187 While WhileMaud WhileJeud
Maud was fighting In South Africa hi hivHfe his hisifg
vHfe ifg obtained a dlvor divorce r from him it itAmerica in inAmerica
America and mi February W 1900 tnar tnarned iva ivaried
ned Mr Hanna HannaFIXING ilannaFIXING
FIXING UP HIS BOND BONDiSpecial BOND5pett4sl
iSpecial to The Herald HeraldI i iWanhlnsten
I Wanhlnsten Ja Juji i Andrew K I aW aWwdJL aidt
t wdJL former Indian tgent at Fort Hal HalsrVliticn Hallhtticu1
srVliticn htticu1 and made bonded MiMrio MiMrioWjlt
Wjlt inmfyrf to have the bond requi requifAfftinew requireil requireilThfftnew
fAfftinew position tpj iPtrocd roved When i iii this thist
ii t tioiie he will assume charge t hi hIs pt ptWii a aat5L
at5L Wii under its acv ndtiun < <
TAKING A FALL FALLuTF1sTow
uTF1sTow uTF1sTowLetter
Letter FroiTj M WLouis Read Readmm fleadIn
In thH4ijsjt1 thH4ijsjt1MORE
mm jmw TAkK IN THE SENATE SENATEPOSTOPPIOB SENATEPOSTOPPIOB
POSTOPPIOB JiASfpINESS ASDINESS IS THE THEBONE THEBONB
BONE OP CONTENTION CONTENTIONWASHINGTON qONTENTIONt
t +
t A ASRToN Jag IS 1The The house house4eroted housew
WASHINGTON w 4eroted brief session today to toBajtrtctVist toastnict
BajtrtctVist astnict t Columbia business businessWbHe bpelneseVbHe
WbHe in t c0mn eontmtj > e eC the whole on one onebill onebUJ
bill the postoiic postogjiggsRnigl gctUMhil was dfwuaeed dfwuaeedMr
Mr Bartlett nf i tStwrpt Geor4a Introducing a aletter aletter
letter flrow at M WL w Iois te who felt ag aggrieved aggrieved ¬
grieved at eertam gtjUementB in the theKrtetow thePrlatow
Krtetow report air r Cowherd of MK MKsowri Missounl
sowri noU2d out t14t t L LOUIS us was Ir ItretiIanly Irregularly ¬
regularly appointed jtfet in time to let leta
a contract that cost3the Ct the government governmentl0oeo gvernmentHotoeo
Hotoeo l0oeo more th n w Wa is ecessary secesmeWheti ecessarywhen
when the tense converted c ren d the he speaK speaKtT speaKtr
tT announced the resignation rf Mr MrGriggsrDem MrGliggs
GriggsrDem Gliggs Deflu 0g O from the omtnit oinmlttee omtnittee
tee on coinage welghtf and measures measuresand measuresand
and Mr Havdwiek oem Qsu from fromthe fromthe
the committee qn t revision revion of tty tl laws lawsand lawsand
and the appointment of Mr Bardwick Bardwickto
to the ts < ummfUe nitttee on coinas weights weightsand weightsand
and meaurw meaauresr tf Oarber arertDom T n O to totheeommltte tothe
theeommltte the eomptttte on revision of laws arri arriMr nrAMr
Mr t furrier Kep X ft as i cftahinan cftahinanof
of the cominittf eosnntte On pfttertts pftterttsMr
Mr Gaines ffjom elections cpromittee cpromitteeXo cprnntlt tee teeNo
Xo 1 called OP p a prtvHegeel resolution resolutionileclarinj resolutiondeclaring
declaring that John A KeBher was waselected vaeelected
elected an ameMteF a rnber of the house from fromthe fiOOithe
the Ninth cott eoltefdns1 MJlfeiiai diPtrirt of Mae Masixuclsusetts MaeSaChiulettil
ixuclsusetts and rats eocitled to a seat seatand seataqd
and that Joseph A Cottrey Ccore W warn B not notelected notelected
elected a men metabe ber fron on that district districtTheY tetrtct tetrtctThe
The TheY TheYresohitlon rcseiution was adopted without withoutdivision withoutdivisioti
division and withayt a > dissenting vote voteCrack voteGreek
Crack sut Bristow BristowMr
Mr Bartlett < De a iga called atten attenrion attenhon
hon to M letter h be had received rocelv I from fromSI fromM
SI W Leui MWeh Jras wits sent to the theclerks theelerks
clerks desk and tjawt ritesi > Ir Bartlett pre previous preview ¬
view fa its readthg mM sM that he had hadadvised hadadvised
advised Mr Brlst BrbiIsu w 4l the nature rtfr rtfrthe tifthe
the letter and th t lr r Brletow l had ad said saidto saidto
to him that 51 his father sad son on had be becfl becflrtgtilarly n ntvfiihiily
tvfiihiily app04B sppisd M The letter written writtenby wnittesb
b by Mr Look pSOtepteiagOliWt W > Ptjs eln t statements statementsin
in in the Brtotsy lp4 to Mfteflke ptoC ce report and andamonft andamnn
amonft amnn other tfikMkV ln lnMr jgsjysr jgsjysrMr
Mr BHato hlfl kijuseit U Injected Into the theclassified theissslfle
classified SMiAee cer wtujout examination examinationnjflre examinationiiere
njflre th tkn n thlftx persait some of them thempc thetapestoffice
pestoffice pc toffice inspw eHqMoyed In this very verybiAestlcation verybitftigotion
biAestlcation bed aM a u them his own ownfather ownfather
father who we apsjnJifcd a e4 as e a IWO IOO la laborer Iahirer ¬
borer on M flth sh 5 M ltIt fc charged to the theSixth theSlath
Sixth ronKTosaienal teirlct of f Kentucky Kentuckyand
and who now draws iWft a year is ispnetofli t tpoefofflce
poefofflce inspector IH the Bewver i post postoffice > OBt OBthlh
office ii ud iso ble oww son who Outing OutinghI
hlh hI schotl seh ii vacattaW 4rew a salary at the therate therate
rate of 973 Th a yww ettr in the poetoffica at atWaJ atWashington
WaJ Washington > hin rto D C CIt Cit
It to not amlp smi to state ti that at even now nowMr nowr
Mr r Brtatows lath lather r Is not performhinsp performing performinginsaetjre
insp insaetjre > ctjr duties and that the sn nn i Ier Ierformed r rformed
formed i hO o work at till H to warrum trrcnt the thepayment thepayment
payment of a Balfrjr BalfrjrAjgpoiritrQint salry4ppointmcnt
AjgpoiritrQint of Louis LouisFoltowln LouisiIlowing
Foltowln the rec radng tns of the letter 11 11iowk4rd l lL
iowk4rd t ria sild
ejete mL1IRLI1e neintlo the thetibat
tibat was jiqdbstIesijtIV violated L Leui Leuiwas i iy
was apgtalntd n th atitbortly y Sad SadtrijtffVM nd ndtJcuftor
trijtffVM ba the POut in the ease easeIs
Is tlat Louis wed appointed IR this pitt pitttiultin
tJcuftor and precise day the 7th of April Aprilin
in order that h he might IH at the bend bendof bendof
of the division of if supplies on th the > Cth Cthday h hday
day of May when a contract was to tobe tobe
be let and that hy reason of his ap appointment apprilniment ¬
pointment in this Irregular way he got gotinto gotinto
into a position where lie Be could let con contracts eontracts ¬
tracts improperly to the less of tin guy government guyerflSiSflt ¬
ernment of fI at least come 5 1OiO5 W and andprobably andjlebiibly
probably very much nn more moreThe re reThe
The bill tftrh was pnesed pnesedAt mese4At
At 128 1 p av the house adjourned until untiltomorrow untiltomorriw
tomorrow tomorrowF03TOFEICE tomorriwPOSTOIMCE
F03TOFEICE INQUIRY INQUIKYSaaate INQUIRYSenate
Saaate vftll Sand SondGorman Gonman Resolution Resolutionjto ResolutionCommittee
jto Committee CommitteeVa5hiaton CommitteeVahuigte
Va5hiaton Jan The postorPce in inf IfllUit
f lUit ir > i4N Ointlon tatk > a and the Panama canal canalqu canalqutition
qutition qu < ftlon divided vtded the attention of the sea senate seaate ¬
ate today The rh first half of the eslon eslonwas ndonwas
was given ur u to the inquiry Messrs MessrsHale Messrslisle
Hale and Oorinatr hetagthe speakers aCr aCrHate tr trlisle
Hate maj znn4e a plesr tle let he I reference of ofall ofall
all petite InveStifOKlBSi Itaedti tt HO4ntIoed Olntoa to the theeonunlox thetoiamltte
eonunlox on posfeoinieee and Mr Gorman Gormanrepeated Germanrepeated
repeated his ss 545 f no that he would wouldbe
be satisfied with 0Mt lmt disposal of the thequestion thequestion
question The question went over Until Untiltomorrow tantlitmorrow
tomorrow with the cEderstandtnit that ttiatafter thatafter
after a few users speeches the resolu resolution resolutiout ¬
tion would be allowed to so to the com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee mitteeThe mitteeThe
The discussion of the Panama canal canalquestion canalqutIon
question was coaflsed to the continua continuation continuaties ¬
ties of Mr r Tellers argument that the thecomree thecoirse
comree of the United States in the rec recent recentrevolt nt ntrevolt
revolt of Panama wa was contrary to In International internatfcrnsi ¬
ternational law and sound morale moraleHOWELL moralsHo
HOWELL Ho WELL IS HOSTLING HOSTLINGUtah HJSTLINGUtik
Utah Oaagjresiman OongresamanRumagthg Bumagring in inthe inthe
the Departments DepartmentsSpecial DepartmentsISpecial
Special to The H Heraid HeraidWtisliiigtnit aJ < l lWash4nt
Wash4nt Wtisliiigtnit n Jan IL litflepresentative litflepresentativeHeweU t Representative RepresentativeHowell
Howell who has kaatleen vb cn ur urging iu favor tavorabie tavorabieaLlit l > le leaction
action h > v the furealtt bureau on petitions petitionsof etittoiia etittoiiaof
of restferts of Tousle county for the ere erearton e eanOn
anOn of the Toaele forest r reserve ere has hasbnen hasbesti
bnen advised ftp hrttle tt hureau that the han limits hanits ¬
its trf the wrtjioaefl rfeewe have been beenagreed beenagreed
agreed itym 41adisvW id iflf estahttBliment oC oCih ofI
ih I he reserve wat CMow CMowMr fiIowMr
Mr H Howell weH esUd n at the post postoffke office de department tiepartmnt ¬
partment today toda afifl urged the establish establishmerit establishtarot
merit of OF a rujal free fellverr route for forLaylon forLayton
Layton Dune c COUDLY v ty and that part nf nfthe ofthe
the Cache ache Ttllvy contiguous to Ogden OgdenHe Ogden1ie
He ales aa ed for an additional clerk for forthe furthe
the Price JKWtofffe and an additional car carrier earriot ¬
riot on the Btngham ptral free delivery deliveryroute deliveryroute
route routeSenator routeSenster
Senator Heyfaurn today called to the theatt theattentiooof
att attentiooof ntk nof tbeWar th war department th the de desiraWHty tieI
I siraWHty of holding a Joint encampment encampmentfor
I for regular troo truos and militia at some somei acuteiInt
i iInt t lBt in the wa west t next fall convenient convenientfor
I for mthta stationed 11 I Utah Idaho and andMontana andt
t Montana The department will give his hisrequest hisrequest
request consideration
MODERN HOSPiTAL HOSPILFOR HOSPiTALI
I FOR FORT DOUGLAS DOUGLASt
t Spatial t to < j < Tht IlenM IlenMj hlesdWaahlngto
j WsrtJington Jattr 18 lSCrPtaT7 Secretary Shaw Shawtoday Sinewtoday
today tm trinJtte4 Bmitted to congress a request requestIf requestfor
If for or an Alipropriatw af f Wl100 55 0e foVtfce foVtfcei
i eonstrutUja o a modern hospital for forI forthlrtyatx
I thirtyai be bs a at Fort Douglas Utah UtahThi UtahI
I Thi This estimate te 1 sl1unlttd Jbmltt d as the tot totmmen jeeI
I < > mThlen4sfis mmen ttli of Ufa o surgeon general oi oij
j the army wHo w tftples itIei that the hospital hospitalis
is ail old dilapidnied building very veryI verymuck
I much out ot repfifr nnd altogether too toosmall tooentail
small for the increased size of the gar garJ
I J rs rstt n proposed itor tbpFort Fort Douglas DouglasCHILD
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I + r Spevial < to The HeraW f fgilen
4 > gilen Jan 1 lSFiorenre Fksreme t Jlmer JlmerV
V daughter of Mr and Mrs FulWer FulWerfmm +
44 of Atrahain tttall Is recoverthg4 recoverthg4r
r + from th the injuries acelved iuy l > fall 4 4f 4t
t + f lOg from a Short Lfflc train b between betweenthi > tw en f fthi
+ thi < < itv and Salt Lake Sunday +
4 night Tho little girl is l but S y years ars arsf 4 4I
I + f f age i e and wilted out of the door dcorf > +
f war aed c l oft the 4tpI iepf after smMeiitv smMeiitvi 4 4waking
i 4 + w waking Klnir t ui i > out of a fhort sleep She f
4 receiwd a 1mk breItcu < n fc fese > e and was badly badlytunfl 4 4tunn
+ tunn d J li jrlri w anWith With bej uer pljtflr rnuUi r rut +
+ ut the Padui1tolf3 FunSfo iHotri gad nd jtHlIdHiSht 1ldhiht i itnuight
4 t tnuight nijsht was ieioYtetl eptorte l as getting aforg aPeguilcely + f
4 nicely +
NEITHER N EIIH ER SIDE SIDEWANTS SIDEWANTS
WANTS TO FIGHT FIGHTRussia FIGHTRussia
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Russia and Japan Hot Far FarApart FarApart
Apart in Thel TheiPWes TheiPWesCAR Vtews VtewsGiAR
CAR USED HIS HISVICEROY lFLUEiCE
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VICEROY ALBXISFP ITO L03fGSR L03fGSRSUPRiBMB LOG1tSUPRBMB
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PETERSBURG Jan 18 liThe The As Associated Aso ¬
ST o sociated Frees correspondent on onhigh fl flhigh
high authority is able abi to give t h hfollowing he hefollowing
following as the present status or tv tvgottatIoa v vffotiatlona
ffotiatlona between Russia and Japan JapanRuesia JapaiRussia
Russia recognises Japans pi preduni preduniitanee donr donrJuuice
Juuice in Korea and Japan rerogiiixes rerogiiixesRussias I IRusetas
Russias special position in Manchuria ManchuriaThere ManchuriaThere
There are two main questions still at atJesue atissuet1
issuet1 Jesue a e Rosalan 1an demand for a neu neutral nauUn ¬
tral Un MW 1HMttfce Korean side of the theYaiu theYslu
Yaiu river wfcicjt Japan n met > t with a apronoeal aproposel
pronoeal for a similar neutral strip on ontlie oatthe
the Manchuijan side Japan also a asks askslor k kfor
for certain guarantee covering Man Manehuria I Iehuula
ehuria which Russia thus far has at atcilned h hehtnedlo
ehtnedlo cilned to grant It i is pointed out how however boutester ¬
ever that the assurances given a i te tedajrs tedatys
dajrs a ago o by Russia regarding > pen penports Penports
ports hi Manchuria and iei recite > < t lor lortreaty icrtrebty
treaty rights is a ronces ronedSion ion en > his thiCpoint hispoint
point
Net Tar Apart ApartThat ApartThat
That the two cnuturtH art ir r it < > if orapart ifapart
apart aaay be fairly mf erred fr t iv ivfollowing t e I Ifollowing
following statement male by by Mr KiiMo KiiMothe Is I 0 0the
the JMMte Japanese < mlnJHti r IM tnt tltt V a > ifd ifdVtur id idlress
lress eoctrspondeti eoctrspondetiVar
Vtur now wouli oul iiI H e > li lieatr a tr to toboth toboth
both cr countries > ntrtei i twins I th the p rotuh rotuhhal < > > < i > h hi
i hal al situation an rni tx oiifhie ufli < M vv t ild ildresult ti tiresult
result in a great ilriiu MM a fh the nr s m nut nuttreaSury < l ltreaar
treaar treaSury of both Jam t4flt ni Rusf niti nitioutbelax s iii iiiout
outbelax out being decisive ioi i I bjlv belly v it itwould itwould
would not be b witrth wiMv vltI t to < uo tO j jon < > JT JTon
on the questions still in dispute disputeThere JinnutoThere
There is p strong indicntin t iti iMt iMtthrough it itthronk
through the ozari > personal at ui > < die diepeace I tie tiepeace
peace party Is It completely in the ne s vid vidteat mi misuit
suit 5f Beaobrazoff the hifl t tile tilewar he hewar
war party hu gone Abroad fonif1 min minister 111111later ¬
later Lamsdorf vh who < > Jrom th > i < i > f fhas
has favored jiaoc n ° i < now compl compbtly t ly r rhahilkated rt rtIniblittated >
hahilkated ami Viceroy Alcxitff ltxetf < haS haSbeen > aa aabeen
been made subservient to the f r ign ignfifflte igneffice
fifflte hi the Rus RussoJapans > soJapan nstia nstiaiont
lions iont = HJte extensive powers arc urtiled ttiriathedand urtiledand
and he can make no U move without wlttt t the thuczars theczars
czars approvl approvlHopeful aprovalHopeful
Hopeful Signs SignsIn
In fact the fresh iwniramv assurantetthrough rnuvrj d dthroiiKh
through Ambassador Iawin to th 1 h au authorities nothonities ¬
thorities at Washington of the rp reogni reognitton < igni ignition ¬
tion of the rights itquired by th 4 hi hinese liinose
nose treaty is largely uttribntnl t to toLamstktrfis < CMUIU CMUIULtamsdarfrs
Ltamsdarfrs influ inulucaac np IHpiomstif liptom to cii ciicles ciides
des regard Tount taint l atnsdorfr > ou otaltit hit of ofthe ofthe
the negotiations in tinier < i > r the th xart dire dlreUon direUon
Uon as a very ery hopeful sigat igu iiKthT iiKthTutrong tauthetstrong
strong mfluence on the h sl side le of f i pat a has hasbeen ha habeen
been tin attitude of M Witto pi nrestheiit nrestheiitof si leiii leiiiof
of the council of state wh who la boen boenbegmitn hesatbeptUng
begmitn hi his energies to avoid a ttnfliit ttnfliitAt eoaifliatAt
At the recent tncettnc1 of the council tliCli of ofstate ofatate
state 3 M WJttc with his old inir f ciii ciiirauence > iv ivrjnence
rjnence pleaded the cause of pesce point pointing lDitlag ¬
lag out the disastrous consequemei of ofwar if ifwar
war t to > Rusate PUS and declaring that Russia Russiahad Rossiahad
had verythtng to lose and nothing to togain togain
gain It ii predicted that if peace pre prevails protattle
tattle M WRte again will wilihecome becone 9 great greatpower stealpower
power in the government
MflRE MARINES MARIN ES 1EEDEQ 1EEDEQMinister 4 4Minister
Minister Allen at Seoul Korea KoreaThinks KoreaThinks
Thinks His Legation Is Isin Isin
in Danger DangerWashington DangerWashington
Washington Jan 18 hilXinister Minister Allen at atSeoul atSeoul
Seoul Korea ha he Wade a request of tiiu tiiustat tii tiistat
stat department that the legation guarC guarCbe
be nwreaSed The minister request ha habeen has hashOes
been referred to the navy deparUneniwhich deparUneni iiepartinentwhich
which te considering means of sending sendingmore sendingmore
more marines from Cavite to Jh beinulp beinulpit mulxj mulxjIt
It will reunite about a week to reinforce reinforcethe reinfortathe
the present guard guardVashington guardWashington
Washington Jan IS iAs As no m mention ntk > n is ismade asmade
made in official dispatcher received by byeither byeither
either the state or navy departments departmentsfrom
from Seoul or Chemulpo reflecting on < > i tri triconduct t i iensiditet
conduct of the American marina guards guardsat
at theKorean the Korean capital th the officials her herfeel
feel quite sure that the reports of boiL1 boiL1teroutr boi boiterous
teroutr behavior on their part arc withuiit withuiitfoundation withoatfoundation
foundation It Is m believed here that thin thinstory thi thistory
story wa wits put afloat by the native pres presacting prsanoting
acting tinder foreign foreIn influence to the discredit thecrdtt ¬
credit th the American Tiarfaes whose early earlyappearance earlyapvearnce
appearance at Seoul was very ver much re retented resente
tented sente hy some of the powers interested interestedhit I Iin
in the eastern situation situationChattanooga situationChattanooga
Chattanooga Tens Jan 1 lA > A cable cablegram cablegram
gram was received here today trnm Seoul tteotIstating i igutting
gutting that while war is held to be eer cerlain j
lain the Inite States government ha hataken hataken
taken ample precautions preesut ions to take care of ofthe ofthe
the missionaries who are assembling at atSe atSdosl
Sdosl Se ° onl under the direction of Bishop CT II IIGalloway IIGaUowgy
Galloway and there is no cause for un uneasiness Uneasiness ¬
easiness The cablegram state that the theAmerican theAmerican
American flag Is befog carefully respect respectSeoul I Isal
sal
Seoul Jan 18 ISTbe The government declares declaresthe declaresthe
the reports of disturbances on the north northern northirn ¬
ern frontiers to be unfounded but it its itseems
s seems em to think that a rising of the people peopleI peopleis
is abie abieCOULD
I COULD NOT BE BRIBED BRIBEDBUT BRIBEDBUT
BUT ACCEPTED ACCEPTED1500 ACCEPTED1500Grand 500 500Clerk
Grand Rapids Mfrh Jan ISExCity ISExCityClerk
Clerk Isaac F Lamoreaux was called as asdeaf asa
a ltnePs by the proseeution today In the thetulal
tulal of exAkiermait ZJici for accepting acceptingi
i a bribe to aid the Lake Michigan water waterda
deaf in the council He testified that thatSalahury thatSalabury
Salahury asked him to go into the deal dealthat dealbut
but be reftined Re however pronised pronisedthat
that be would not say anything against againstthe againstthe
the water deal rd afterwards Ssttebury Sstteburysave Saisburygave
save him hiattCITIZEN flGW flGWCITIZEN
CITIZEN TRAIN HAS HASPASSEDJRQM HASPASSED
PASSEDJRQM PASSED FROM EARTH EARTHNew
New York Jan I keorge tJeorge Francis FrancisTrain Francisrtahi
Train died tonight at MUle hotel Ko 1 1where 1whets
where he has ha lived for some sometime time Heart Heartdisease Heartdutse
disease from which he died followed an ani anattack
i attack of acute nenhlrits
MAC1EN STILL STILLHOLDS STILl STILlHOLDSHISOWN
HOLDS HOLDSHISOWN HOLDSHISOWNGovernment HIS 0ttN 0ttNGovernifnt
Governifnt Government Has So Far Failed Failedto
to Prove Conspiracy ConspiracySOME ConspiracySOME
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SOME IVIDENCE EXCLUDED EXCLUDEDTHE
4 4HB
THE HB FStQ PZOCt1TIOJr KronOK JCUST vsr FIlfiT PtaTzxg FIlfiT3CAKK
3CAKK oa TOT ITS CASE CASEASHINCITON CASEiI
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iI ASHINCITON Jan ISIu h trial trialI ttiavv
vv I of August W v Machen Machenbrotfean achen in rofr rofrbrothers
brothers and Dr and Mr MrK Mrs 4aqj ge gei
K i Lorena charged with consd consj t cja cjalefraud V VIefraud
< Iefraud the government tbJ tbJtion tin tintion
tion introduced a number o othe turnss turnssto
to prove the relatlorja of I s a wilh wilhthe
the Lorenses and the GroJR Gre brotfcefp t others othersOne 1 1One
One of those Jn Ins XJebfcanJp Lkebhai t Maohefiformer Maohefi 1aehensformer
former stenographer and atf icf < elerl elerltestillini k > ri ritestified
testified to visits of Dr a jffi i i 1 Mrs Mr Jx Jxrenz L Lrent ° >
rent M 7 Machen at his cSfnVp but d dflared t tlarai <
flared on rrow eromayi xajBiMpFtion Ke e was wasprewn wueprcolti
prewn anti heard notbflng noth Ing aai nbout ihotitthe a athe
the ir box tanirnerff tanirnerffry fastcners fastcnersltms
ltms E Bell station ttelfj5nt f Y Ycry
cry ry of the ashirv7tqin aisht t vi dty itj pr prtetifi p pz
tetifi 1 that < ruff ruffadoptcil
adoptcil without n rrepo rrepobeen z
been iittltttol iit n ttel Jr him himvniM th it ittutitt
vniM have ien La f y laity tffmsi tffmsitcp ii a art
tcp rt istiie s tti iJisii 1 abr r w waS lit mrlir < test test1i
ir 1i tii > city ity J JPitstenet f fFasteuei
Fasteuei PaIhd1hij Failed Failedthn
thn V 1 Crk Irk letrr lett r cferr cferrserllHHi ecr a aiaitIsl
serllHHi h hI fiiiuf fihl ir r a the fa fast u uwork to towork
work i a tet iaft mMl nt in iaSI hi ia JH JHTier i I Iat
at nha Mjieh a I iaini4 rn rnwe
were we t lipSeml 4 Ii J wlii a i < i IK p pMaia S SMa
Ma Maia uji a > rfeHjiirx i Oroffat rf n nthat le lettuU
that mless a sS 1 th < iidi t Tier won wonwithout ti rfsrl rfsrlaid oak oakwithout
without stkfkinK in fjld aid ld n s > rit r i iit ten tenii aenIt
it idoi > to ni niTi ll llTiu
Tiu Ti > Iirstwilr a i wito ss s in ii i the po6tr poet poettoday pm a apin aa aataiiae
today nas v is K ui M ilfin t pin iii a clcr clcroffice lrt th thr the theofth
office ofth rr thw coniptr > r of fb lbs > tr t tif Ita cir cirwere
a ho il I truSt if si puiKr p a autborizir autborizirR a
R Groif jfwijftt ii nane ne of 1 Gro Groers Or Orcr5
ers tn t iiti i jprarTiims srra1tts rft iiia and andness t tnes
ness in iii mlch tli ii isrius is nam namquin > n 9 9Luarni
quin Luarni j I
1 I Sell leIJ Explained EjcplalnedJfjtnrs ExplainedTa
Jfjtnrs Ta tat vL 1 1 H 1kI U I in itemlent itemlentnnd il ilc
c iy 1 I laiialiiut ft t fi fia
a titd t Ii tall tan Is I a t tdat
dat i l of utinr 1ter 1terlam
lam pj and tlnit ti r present presentner ft ftGrff
Grff 1 net nerart nettr
tr I a art of otfrl f rti i critic evidMttdlJune i iI
I MttdlJune i 1 Jtitie JVTC a for ni nifust flit flitI
fust r I but > lr Ti inrkjf inrkjfsjiyiiiy ugbsnivi
sjiyiiiy nivi I th t t the a hi butt tnient t c1 c1all tia r I it itall
all el e l e ehi < iaidra h ave n fl n j I Iat
hi at i iJistiii I Ilitj
Jistiii litj trjtcharii riteharl P aocor accord l lhis ii i ihis
his ruling lot tif Prl Frit st X xcl < I Ievidence i ti tievidea
evidence evidea te f r t the pri nr fut jayin jayinwe tnt tntwe
we have tta ayomc t evilprtf of an I or orI
1 shall re re u tse > of if con conlie conip V VIn
lie Tiade iuad iuadMr opt optMr
Mr TagJart souc aaagbt t to intrn intrnth ii ir irI
th I tar T evident evilsttli which Mr lotiglt r > oufcl oufcle ii I Iuryc
e > urse uryc of f jrttena uMRimerit aament t tdeclared is ne
declared 44 claret1 wtfs inadiptesihl Ins Ibi II IIthat I I sjt a athat
that the ca cake sho d be onfin onfinperiod 0 ti tiperiod
period nasaetl namy Inthe fndictmen
RBBEDEAD WOMAN WOMANThpe WOMANTheeAIloged
TheeAIloged Thpe Altsged Gho tIu1s h Arrested ArrestedYesterday ArrestdYesterday
Yesterday by Chicago ChicagoPolice ChicagoPolice
Police PoliceChiraso PolicehieaO
Chiraso hieaO Jan 18 1ttliarged Iharjtefl vihh vihhthe btn1t btn1tthe
the dead and dying at the imi imiatn i iii iiiatr
atn fire three mn m n have 1 v IK IKunder l ttici1 ttici1tinder
under arrest by the Chicago Chic j > li lifirst I ha hafirst
first of the alleged ghouls > o otured on n nturti
tured wax Tx Louis > uit XVttz itz ke keapei pPi pPilinoif he I I1lnol
linoif 1lnol saloon located at U Larr irr irrRandolph I a aRandolph
Randolph street a i few dcr t tmain In I i imain
main entrance of the th theatre theatreIt atro atroIt
It Is charged that Vhs robbed robbedof
of a dying woman > n K l J J Ti TififternofMi Tiafternoon
fifternofMi afternoon of the fir secvrirg secvrirgit ti Zh Zhit
it is allcge l as va < lUded Ib ded ama n nmen I Iinput
men two of whom were arres arresv arreVlz <
v Vlz lx The polie rom i im to rv rvconfeaston 1 t tC
confeaston C < from ai a Il three m mea > i T Ttwo Tin
two in arrested ore harles w wto t n nto
to have recelveil U J and Thom ThomCartv 31 31art
Cartv art v alleged to have been fi fiThe eli fJ7 fJ7The
The third man still at lame i ier rn t ter
er who wa was given 12 He H Is i ia t ta
a traveling man from St T Loa LoaIt oulw oulwIt
It is i said that WIli vil ernfesse i iwas I I Iwas
was taken from th I ii body ff jrf jrfof e j r rof
of Ottawa III when she ws wshanded wL
dying into the iniloon The ueV ua uahanded
handed to Wits by b a physician iLU iLUthe ntefltlt4 ntefltlt4the
the woman Wilz is report repcrte4 eU to togiven t tgiven
given 11 to the police and told tiicm tiicmit iirn nnt nntit
it was all she had hadSMELTING badSMELTING
SMELTING COMPANY COMPANYA
A COLORADO OUTLAW OUTLAWDenver OUTLAWDenver
Denver Jan IS In the qu < warra warrasuit warrtitit >
suit brought by the attorney uTeral uTeralColorado zreraloIorado
Colorado against the Americ Amen Sni Sniing fit fitlug <
lug and Refining company f i a afyiture I Ifelture
fyiture of iu failure to pay SS vrjntf 45j 45jporatlon o ono
no poratlon rat ion tax under the Ltv LtvJudge i f i iJudge
Judge Carpenter In the diptr aJjiigave ron rongave
gave judgment for the state tit ttfeet titfict
feet of the decision is to di d > tn tncompany I Icompany
company of any standing in rt t Th Thcompany Tbcompany
company in common with otr at r rporatlotim c cporatiom >
poratiom has held that the law w wicvalid t tinvalid
invalid aadrwili test it in th supi supicourt supiCOUrt
court courtWOMAN COUrtWQMAN
WOMAN PERISHED PERISHEDIN
IN MOUHTAft PASS PASSLeadville PASSLeadville
Leadville Colo Cob Jar 18 18A A Jepho Jephomeaoage kprnmessage
message at noon from Ter Tenm n < ee P Pstates Pn t tstates
states that the frozen bod hotly f il ilJohn MJohn
John I L 8c 5ct < jtt who left here ia T Tday Tday
day to join her husband in h m mtains totains
tains bad been found in a lui ly lyin lyIra
in that section Th The voriat tad taddead addead
dead for seAeral days and h htorted r rtrted
torted features told only ton i lar larthe
the terrible death f sh h < guffered f fi ftold
i told old hungjr and exposure
CAll FOR CONVENTION ISSUED ISSUEDDelegates
Delegates WpppitttftfJ to States and Tea Toni torles tedssCoinmittcc Committee Committeeof I Icit
of Airrangemeitts A ranernents Appoiinted AppoT ted By ByChairman
Chairman Jones
ik lASMINQTOX Jan lrTfee follow followB followvv
vv theg B QtUcial call was isu Iucd < d today todayfor todayy
y for the assembIa asgemfclagr of the I 1km 1kmCratlcftatlonal > emj emjcratic
Cratlcftatlonal cratic national convention at St l Jozs JozsJuly us usJuly
July C nwjt nwjtWashington
Washington Ian ixThe t lli Drino DrinocpatTe TtuaintratIr
cpatTe national tomniittee having havin v t tinr till
ill Washington has haitapppittted appointed Wetlta Wetltaday Ve < lco lcoday °
day the 8 6th h day of July MM a the thetline thetime
time sail chosen Jit t Lo Louis ts j Me HS the theplace theNace
place for holding the D Democratic irt < rattt na national toflenal ¬
tional convention each stat u t > is cnt cnttlcjfl enitied
tied to representation therein doubl doublthn dnuh1the
the number of its senators and repre representative repregentativis ¬
sentative hi the congress nf the Tnit lnite1 lnite1StiLte l lStates
States and each territory Alaska I Idian In IntHan <
tHan Territory and the Dfetrict of oflunibia t a alumlain
lunibia shall have six dslegatss tl irato All AllDttnocratic AllDtmueratk
Dttnocratic Htlsenfi Of tb the rnlttG rnlttGStates tnicedStates
States who can aifl uBiiVe with md n the theeffort theeffort
effort for a i pure Qc etrtoiutoaiajid > nonnitjal tid non nontitUtirt < on onstitutiora
stitutiora eevc rI Vt r rilinnt mtiU art cordIally in ¬
vited to join us l n sending d dthe rs e ethe
the convention conventionSigned convenUenSigned
Signed SignedJAMES
JAMES K 1OXKS 1OXKSC > aii aiiA
C A WALSH Secret SecretI Sectetr Sectetrhingtoii
I vIslington hingtoii Jan is lames James Jamesn in inlaIr
laIr n itt f the I > as0crxti as0crxtioniiiiittee ti tirniiiIttee
oniiiiittee has aurj aatrii < tired thv thvof th n soit soitof
of th the > commit committee tee iv n arrange arrange5he I 15 f fthe
the Democratic JH tOnal nal naliMUfi nn nttot nttottied
iMUfi tied has called a i m T of ih ihtee
tee for F Feb > b 2 n iit v r I 1 14 > a aSouthern I t the theSntirn
Southern hotel St I is Mn MnThf fc fcTIc
TIc niPinbersSup t he ti eoTh T Ta tee teeR
a < follow Jarn K t iOnp iOnpntti enes enesxtfi
xtfi > Wiliia i1Icn oton otonman tnue hat hatman
man ex1Ikie x flkio J > M I Cuffey tffey tffeyvalais f fvania
vania DJ H 1 C tampitt fnp3i of Miehii MiehiiM lih at atMaek
M Maek ck of 3 few w York YorkJ J < J JHead i 4 4Kansas
Kansas Jettn it 4eLean of ofHead
Head of Tenresgee John K Ki e
i Wyoming cruing

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