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GREEK CHURCH CHURCHCerinony CHURCHJ
J t tCermony
Cerinony of Blessing the Wa Wafe Waters
fe ters satSt at St Petersburg PetersburgGORGEOUS PetersburgGGRGEOUS
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T PETKaSBUBCH Jan WrThe WrTheczazr 13TheS
S czazr made his first public ap apIKarance ap appearance
IKarance this season at todays todayssolemn todaysaenui
solemn ceremony of blessing the wa waters water ¬
ters ter In the orthodox church this rite riteis riteis
is cxMnmemocattve of the baptism of ofth oftb
th Saviour It took pia p3aee e in an openchapel open openchapel
chapel built out on or a quay extendtoia extendtoiafat extiudhigtai
fat from the winter palace which was wasattended wa waattended
attended by the imperial family with withthe withthe
the exception of the csarlaa whose whosecondition whoeecrnd1Uon
condition was such as to prevent her herbelny herbeing
being present and the court official officialnobility o1tkia1iriobiIit3
nobility and representatives of the for foreiam foret
eiam et powers The latter drove to the thepalace thepaiae
palace in great state with outriders outriderswearing outriderswearing
wearing the traditional hunting knives knivesWets knivesUets
Wets caps and streaming plumes of ofthe ofthe
the national colors colorsImpressive eo1orImpressive
Impressive Scene SceneTIP SceneT1c
TIP scene outside the th chapel hap wa ex extrwnply exJ
J trwnply impressive The ttvrmometer ttvrmometerregistered thrmometerreeistired
registered l below > goro and the atmonphen atmonphenwas tniwphettwa
was wa clear Along the quay the people peoplewerf peopleWsrc
werf held back by b a A troop ot mounteJ mounteJKenlaimee moiinteigeiola
Kenlaimee geiola rmet The bareheaded bt procession processionmoved pois1Oiimoved
moved through double lines ot imperial imperialinfantry impera1Infantry
infantry and a sailor f1or guard from the pa paact paael
act to the chapel with the cross and gus gospels guspsi ¬
pels psi hHd h Id aloft preceded by the inetrop 1 1iti 1Itn
iti Itn n and the higher tlefpy der i ibroidored In gold em embroi1rsd
broidored vestment with church bar barn barners
n ners rn and followed by l the scarlet gowned gownedcourt gownedCourt
court choir the chamberlains and other othercourt otherourt
court officials Then came the offlcerj offlcerjof of fleeri fleeriof
of crack regiments without their over overoats overthus
oats thus permitting a gorgeous din display dinpigy ¬
play of uniform beatIng the he flags of the theempire theempire
empire Next was the magnificent chev chevalier chevalice ¬
alice Kunrd in white tunics tunte with gold goldruirasjis golduirisss
ruirasjis and double Eagled helmets hus hussars hus512s ¬
sars and red lancws with sabietipped sabietippedheadgear sabletippedheadgea
headgear r and crimson facings facingsAppearance tacingsAppearance
Appearance of the Gear GearThe CrarThe
The grand dukes immediately preceded precededthe
the cxar who carried himself easily He Hevore Hewore
wore a simple uniform that of the fa faxnous famove
move Preobrajensky regiment the cross crossof crossof
of St t Andrew glittering on his breattt breatttThis breastThis
This was his only decoration dc ration The c Ciai Ciaiwho a awho
who held uld his helmet in his hand looked lookedstrong lookedstrolig
strong and well A rocket screaming ui uifrom ulfeoa
from th the middle of the river stgnatlca stgnatlcahis
his maj maetIys tiys appearance which was wasgxeeted wasgseeted
gxeeted with a atilvo of artillery of 181 181gun 101guns
gun from the fortress of Saints Peter Peterand Peterand
and Paul punctuated with the simulta simultaneous simultananus ¬
neous chiming of belli throughout the thecity theity
city When the czar had taken up his hisposition hisposition
position in the chapel and the Ice below belowhad belowhad
had been broken th metropolitan Messed Messedthe bksseithe
the shadowy waters and the Cross was wasdlaoed waadIOSwd
dlaoed thrice therein thereinUnited thereinUtilteci
United States Ambassador Present PresentThe PresentThe
The diplomatic crops and the ladies of ofthe Ofthe
¼ the court witnessed the brief ceremony ceremonyfrom ceremonyrsm
from rsm the windows of the palace palaceUnited palaceUnited
United States Ambassador McCormick McConnickand
i and Mrs McCormick Secretary Eddy of ofthe ofthe
the emhasy Nl Attgche nltk and andthe
the Japanese minister It t Kurioo were wereJWSL weresnoag
snoag JWSL Wk those toe r itW e S fhIbedThouaands fhIbedThouaandsel flMulfceo tHousanda tHousandawple
el wple lc swarmed aeroas tws th fee and andA aridTIe
A up water w h wtok > h to snctify snctifyJ
J 0 ue fflmltor caBapoajjat caBapoajjatserred < > <
serred throughout Bussla BusslaTh
Th TIe diplomats exetiangtng views at ttlo ttloalaoe thoa2mce
> alaoe unanimously agreed that the thew theKsses
Ksses w 354m05es aapjut se situation has wucb im imDOWN Unprsy
prsy
DOWN THEY CAME JCIMERepreeeatatives CAMEBesentatIves
Repreeeatatives Gould N Net t Stand on onOiled onOiled
Oiled Marble MarbleWaahloffton NarbieWashington
Washington Jan 13There There waa a Mire pureeed
Vrati catastrophe hi the Members lobby lobbyif
if f the th house today Representative Mann ttannpf Mannz
pf z Illinois who had charge of the Hap
horn pure food bill on the HOOT of the thehouse thehoi4se
house today fortified himself with nu numerous nonierous ¬
merous samplM of pure and adulterated adulteratedoneodious adulteratedOflhCtllflS
< oneodious bottled and canned which he hearranKf heltrrangeil
arranKf ltrrangeil > l on ifl his desk as ocular evidence evidenceto
to members for the i lie necessity for pure purefood purefood
food legislation Ir bringing these th e sam samples ia iapies ¬
pies into ini the house he dropped a bottle bottleof bottleof
of olive oil on the marble floor of the
lobby lobb Intraediateiv Gen Blngham of ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania the father of the house bousecame houseIr
Ir came along the corridor and sUpped on onthe onthe
the spot where the oil had spread over overth overth
th floor His feet went out from under underhim undr1lIu
him and h fell heavily The gcprral gsr waS waahelped waShelped
helped to his conuitiee room where tt ttwas ftwas
was found he was w not Injured In the themeantime themafltime
meantime Chairman Cooper of tHe in infular inrular
fular committee endeavored to navigate navigatethe
the oiled marble wftb flh a ftifce result Mr Mrfooper r rQoper
fooper Qoper wes rescued from hft h fall By Bythat B Bthat
that tii the e ftfficer of the house roped off offthe offthe
the dangerous spot until the oil was waswiped wasipedup
wiped ipedup ipedupNOBODY up upNOBODY
NOBODY EXPECTS WAR WARSituation WARSituation
Situation i n th the Bar ar Ba et t Ha Baa Sim SimLoniln Sirnniere4
niere4 D wx wxtonin
Loniln Jan 9 The German erYuafl now nowpaiurs nowesIsis
paiurs this morafrg aupear to bo in paving pavingthe pavingIh
the Ih way to explain the fi Rsan Man r rtret rtretiT > trc t tIT
IT th neKotiatlotiF with Japan and in inml
ml the he capitala of Europe opinion now nowir nowto
ir lins to a peaceful issue in the far farsas farmst
sas mst mstIn t tIn
In a di dispatob pit tcli from rm Toki the oorro oorrot oorrosondeflt
sondeflt t on < lent then of thv th Datl Mail r rprts rprtsthat iK > rt rttba
that A lengthy ce coufertaro < nfer 5ic of the Japanese Japanesei Japsncakiiifl4t
< kiiifl4t i > inet was held Tuesday and says the thefmp theemperor
fmp emperor ror is rw reeeiing iviru thc mintatcni of offhiaru ofinane
inane and mariiio and nd thf tb naval chiefs chiefsThf ehIefrho
Thf correspondent < siiys he ha hs learned learnedth
th < r Mr Kurino Jaranese minister at St StPetersburg iltPetersburg
Petersburg has sut nit In a confidential unfld ntiaI re report r rport ¬
port in which h h4 says that at a secret secretmating Secretmctiiig
mating recently of the Russian grand granddnk granddukos
dukos dnk s and am the fnlniRi ministers rs War Minister MinisterKironatkin MinisterKropatkJn
Kironatkin and some of his colleagues colleaguesde colleaguesdeiared
de deiared < iared in favor of peace peaceA
A < < itrdins to the Tokio correspondent correspondentof
of the Standard the privy council < will be beconvened hecenvened
convened Wednesday to discuss impor important importast ¬
tant measure bearing on the situation situationVOTING eltuatinI
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I VOTING FOR SENATOR SENATORJ
7eh J k Walter Smith the Strongest StrongestOandi StrangestclcudIdats
Oandi clcudIdats lat in Xaxylimd XaxylimdAniiapolis arind arindAIaPOifs
Aniiapolis Md Jan 10 liBalltaiig Balloting for forUnited forUgited
United States senator to succeed Sena Senator ena enatoe ¬
toe Louis K ii McCoraas began in the 1h leg Ifgi leglaisture
i laisture l turr today the senate and nd house vot voting t tfn ¬
ing fn parat iuiratb ly Thevoie to the senate senatewn senatewn
wn ° John Walter Smith 5 Jaador Hay HayM Hay7W
7W M 4 B 1ernard rnarl Carter > Kttbu lUu E Jack Jaeksoi Jackson
son Josiah MUse 1 Bdward Warfield
1 all Democrats and Louis E F M Mfomas Me Meomas <
fomas omas Repubtteant S In th the house of ofdelegates ofdelegates
delegates th the vot vc wa was 8aalth 2 Ray Rayn Rayfler
3 Miles 3 3Warfield 3VarflId
n fler r 1 Carter I Jackson
Warfield 1 James B Henderson 2 < al alI nflD4moerata
I D4moerata > mocrats > and ixriis E McComas Re Repuhlican RepuMfean
puhlican 30 30There
There not beiag a majority for any anycandidate anyeardidate
4 candidate there was wa no election Th Thvoting The Thevoting
voting will be e resumed e unied tomorrow tomorrowHALPSiEMS tomorrowq
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r HALPSiEMS TO HAVE HAVELEFT HAVEF
F LEFT MANY WIDOWS WIDOWSTxs
Txs T Angeles Cal Jan If ILThe The estate estateof estateof
of rharlep Hall for which m mre > re than a adrzen azen
drzen zen widows have entered their theirtlaiins theirelaiirn
tlaiins was di dfsfrilutoI ritut < l today by order orderof orderof
of ruurt the etiro iriif stii m amounting amountingt
t > 144 144000 < 0 axrffK O1ni 1P h hi irri in j jThe Boston BostonThe
The The names of the fortynatc cixiuiantfi cixiuiantfii
i 5 P Salem aiem I > tharle Helen A 5 BHw BHwMrs
4 Mrs trs Leonard A Hyde Byron W Wnarl Wharits
narl harits S Fred A Charles Jennie E Ei J JiEry
i iEry r y Mrs Mary B Charles and Mrs Mrsrjh Misf
rjh F f < Bstrsott The stat > re rei rev
v > < i o > r 4ti KH iut u tht th > ta is isnbrlfl
nbrlfl tt
EIETLAS1 FIRST LAST AND ANDALL ANDi
i ALL THE Tip TipH T1f T1fPireAtanrn
H i iPlre
Plre PireAtanrn Aanm Fqraker Is Ff FfPnesident
President Roosevelt RooseveltR
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ktXCIXNATI O Jan 10 19Senator Se 4lor Por Porakef PorIj
Ij akef when ako < J here today aboUt abeotjOe aboUtJec
Oe Jec ego B Coxs announcement of W Wcandidacy hcanddae
candidacy for delegate at large from frwmOhio fromio
Ohio io to the Chicago convention said saidTes saidYcs
Tes I read about that in the newspa newspapers newapapars ¬
pars but 1 do not care to discuss It beponf beponfnaylng bapoi4anying
naylng that nobody win question > 2iccxii C CCoxs
Coxs right to become a candidate for fatthat 1 1that
that or any other honor he any <
die hards nt the Republican pa paOhio part7
Ohio lie Je has been a long hard haruficieit arid aridtiiet
ficieit worker in the caase of Rep Repanisn RePUMIC RePUMICanirn
anisn and nobody will oMstfou estfOn Ms Msllttgc pnv pnvliege
liege to Keek any recogattioa he may maythe nisythe
the party to give him himDt lilmyou
Dt > you think he will have any opgioBl opgioBlI
I do not know as to that if there thereShould thereahould
Should be a contest over the nowiuatkm nowiuatkmof
of the rsndjdate a for the I he pre presidency > tdency that tluiiof thatof
of course would have much to 4 wits witsthe fc fcthe
the selection of the delegates at ateyent I Ieeut
eyent it is for for tne state stateto coRV coRVto
to determine any question that thatarise thatarise
arise ariseIVIJI
ariseWilt
Wilt you be one of the delegatek at atlargf atIargs
largf largfI
I do not know That is l for the conven convention conveaHon ¬
Hon to determine We mut must > t all aWd aWdits abi abiit
its it decision ff the RepvbHcans of ofshould tBthe tBtheshould
should think me worthy of t such an anhonr anhen
honr hen r T would of course be very veryto s4 s4to
to go provided the sentiment of the thepubiirans th fle flepubliesna
pubiirans of Ohio Is fr favor as I iihtn think It Itit
it 5 of the nomination of President PrstdentBo0es PrstdentBo0esveiL Roose Roosevelt ¬
veiL I am an out and out uoqitaHflcd uoqitaHflcdsupporter ungsiaflfledsupporter
supporter of Roosevelt l believe in the thewan theasn
wan I believe In his adrnlafstratfoa 1 1believe Ibolleve
believe h he will be the stronjftect canMBate canMBatewho cMjatewho
who can be named and I believe he will wnlb willhe
b he triumphantly elected and I belIevethere believe believethere
there should be no halting or hesitation hesitationen
en C the part of Ohio Republicans about aboutsupporting aboutsupporting
supporting him If with this understand understandthem understandi1
i1 as to ml position the Reasbiiss Reasbiissof
of Ohio should desire me to rep repthem
them I will of course be glad tc do so soEXSENATOR 0 0r 0EXSENATQR
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EXSENATOR CANNON CANNONVISITS CANNONVisiTsWASHINGTON
VISITS VisiTsWASHINGTON VisiTsWASHINGTONESpecial WASHINGTON WASHINGTONISpecUl
ESpecial to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 19 19Fiank Frank Cannon Cannonr
oc r Ogden is in Washington and w9 a ater acaller
caller ter today on Senators Kearns and andjoot andoot
joot oot a nod d Hepreeentativo Howell dur durCannon i1rCinnon
Cannon says he h is here OB peraxmal peraxmalines eiJUI eiJUIbiwinsss
biwinsss ines matters connected with minms minmsterprtaes ndnh ndnhenterprises
enterprises and with his newspaper newspaperagainst newspaperand
and not to tace any part In the theainst
against Smoot He said today Ty ttyparer Typa
parer pa > > er will say nothing concerning the theSmoot theSuioot
Smoot case during my absence hut will willhave Wilthtve
have something more to say when I re retarn retiara
tarn home homeHANGING homeHANGING
HANGING WALl FELL FELLFour FLLFour
Four Men Killed and TwpJJj Two lb lbhiredin
4 jyreijnfray hiredin RoQk MjneJfc MjneJfcatButte
atButte at Butte Butte3ittte TV TVutte
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3ittte utte Mont Jan sn It ILb dly a T tve VB oX oXearth o ojth
earth jth in the Kast Oray Boric ofete one oneorf titleof
orf the Amalgamated pfonertle tonight tonightfofcr tonigttr
fofcr men were killed and two InjuredDd injured injuredDead
Dead DeadTim Ddtim
Tim HsrrtntonOle Harrington HarringtonOte
Ole Oesen OesenTwo OsswnTwo
Two unknown men menFred menInjired
Injired Injiredteed
Fred Sara SaraJohn SaraJatin
John McXcer McXcerThe MeNcerie
The ie men were working 1n the slope slopefain at pe pefesna
fain the ll level and were within wfOitathree withinthree
three feet of the 1300 level when the thehanging theangisg
hanging wail fell completely burying buryingHarrington bth7hlg1zrington
Harrington Oieaen and two others and andsUghtly nd nduI1ghtly
sUghtly injuring Sara and CcKeer McIserThe CcKeerThe
The four bodies are under fifteen feet feetof feetof
of earth and it will be hours before they theycan thorcan
can be reached reachedUNITED reachedUNITED
UNITED MINE WORKERS WORKERSCommittees WORKERSCOflgjttieS
Committees Appointed and Betired BetiredFor BetiredFor
For Work WorkIndianapolis WorkIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind Jan 19 13At At the theofeniawof thetheosnination
ofeniawof th theosnination convention of the Halted HaltedMine UnitedXlne
Mine Worker Worketof of America today Prert Prertdent Itealdent
dent Mitchell announced the standing standingcommittees stanflg stanflgcommittees
committees It was announced that the thecredential thecredential
credential committee witt be able abI to re report report ¬
port probably tomorrow afternoon The Thetime The1mw
time limit for resolutions and proposed proposedamendments proposedanitnilmenta
amendments to the conititnllon was wasfixed wasused
fixed for tomorrow night The commit commttteeo committeeO
teeo retired for wot wotThe wOrk wOrkThe
The delinquency of locate in the three threeanthracite th ee eeantlutcite
anthracite district dIaLIWW is the cause of ofmuch Utmitch
much criticism among athong the bituminousminers bituminous bituminousminers
miners some were reported as in ar arrears arrears ¬
rears for two or more months and not notentitled notentitled
entitled to vote ole in the convention conventionSome conventionSome
Some of these hare settled with the thecredentials thecredentials
credentials comaihife and will he rep represented represented ¬
resented m En committee e but there still stillremains stillremains
remains a large number of anthracite anthracitemembers anthracitemember
members in had standing and three threelofal threeIo
lofal Io als will not have the voting powers powersthat powersthat
that thvy had three years ago pgoThe agoThe
The convention eonve lioo was addressed fn he hehalf beI
I half of the union label by C P Smith Smithgeneral Smithgeneral
general organize r of the American Fed Federation redoration ¬
oration of Labor John Witsel of Louls Loulsvttl LiiISvim
vim Ky on behalf of the tobacco tobaccoworkers iobaccoworkers
workers and John Guild of the Bakers Bakersand Bakersand
and Confectioners International Un Union Union ¬
ion Adjourned until tomorrow tomorrowHOWELL
HOWELL LANDS HIS
FAVORITE AT LOGAN LOGANSpecial LOGANpeefal
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HernidWaahlngtefl
Washington fl C Jan 19 bMepreaont bMepreaontalive Mepresent Mepresentatlve
alive Howell has ha reeomaieBded for ap appototment g gpotntment
pototment as postmaster at iLogan Joseph JosephOdsll JOIeIhI
I Odd I to succeed Robert Murdock preg pregout prest
t out incumbent Tn Logan oa office now nowI
I p > s a salary Of IK11 3ta per annum Rep Repj
j rsnt reeontiti tive Howcll s imdiilato bar beea beeaipproveci becapWiVCd
ipproveci b f the itoatoffiec M > stofflc deputment deputmenti
i and Odeila nameill go td the senate in inj inI
j a short time timeFaorabi timeFsrabi
Faorabi report was made by b the coin coniI
I mltt mittp > e on n > enFions today toda on Senator SenatorS
I S Psot mo > t bill granting an ftwrfcas in the thel toelflsiil
l lflsiil > ensicn of < > f Margaret I Uddie ot iaysoa iaysoato
I to S15 ii trnthly trnthlyTRAIN nitthIyTRAIN
TRAIN WRECKER IS ISSENTENCED ISSEI1ENCED
SENTENCED FOR LIFE LIFEIXnvtr LIFEDenver
Denver Colo Cob Jan jan11 W A special from froml
1 l Li u Junta cole say John Devine was waaI wastoday
I today coitvicted in the district i court urt of ofl
l wrecking th Santa Fe passenger train trainit trairtar
it tar ar Fowler lust sumro summer r at which tUne tUneKiigine Line Lineiigiit
Kiigine iigiit ei t Jolti Joi n Walker was fatally in injurc inlure
lure < l Judge Voorhecs sentenceo Devine Devineto
to lift imprisonment Deviiw was a tramp1 trsm trsmand
1 and was found within 190 yards of where wherei wherethe
i the wr wrek k occurred apparently asleeu akOlllaimrd j jMDil
MDil claimed that he ha hal > l h bcen > n sleeping slfopinicj
I j thre ff for > r snm on p hours not being Ht al alJixturlnl nfl nflills
ills Jixturlnl trtid lv v the nisc t > f 1 the wreck wreckSUOW wreckI
I SUOW AKD D COinD WEATHBK WEATHBKIhiladeiphia WEATHBBPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Jan 19 itReports Reports from the themercury theI
I eastern secUon of the state show that the theI
I mercury touched d degrres grtp s below zero in instverHl iiiI
I stverHl plu places < t early today whit from R Rto 4 4to
to K i tlegr0 below wen a ort tru tI fl figures < urtw given givenin
in ii ntarlv Di ari ul thv h t onn < > iu it ti c < < minirtf
HEAVY HEAVYLOSS LOSS TO TOTHE TOTHEMANAGERS
THE THEMANAGERS THEMANAGERSTh MANAGER MANAGER6hi0ago
6hi0ago Theatnes Th ates Cannot Cannotply Cop Copply
ply With Regulations RegulationsA6TION Regulationst RegulationsAOiiaN
t
A6TION OF 6ITy G0UNCit G0UNCiti 60UN IL ILPqR
i jfltfiBBSEED pgs BOB BOBBO BOBDIG
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AHICAOO HICAOO Jan WrThe city council te ter tonfght
r C nfcfht took action that will in an anprobability aftS
S probability result in tar Hoeing at atnearly offleariy
nearly all of the theatres in Chicago MJT MJTthe t4 t4the
the rcmairdvr of the present theattrtafl theattrtaflMason theaitrklseason
Mason Last night nlghtibe the council passed afc afcOrdiaance atiOrdinance
Ordinance setting forth what must he hedone 6 6done
done by the theatres of this city before beforetaey beforethey
they will be allowed to remain in con conttfcooua
ttfcooua operation tt convened tonight tonightip tanighetler
ip fcaiMiair tler te tb jwaaaee oC an enabling aof 01 01tba
that tba would atfow a1io tdf te theatres to oprraqt oprraqtWr operal operalft
ft Wr the reffjtfndrr of O this season withot withotbetas withonebag
betas eoai COme9O4 glle4 to fjalfill irnii all the require1 require1npntH require requirem3nts
npntH of th the dtdiaajBce as sonic on > e of f the thecoMhlons theemiitlona
coMhlons arc df ofa nature that will willquire re i iqttfrc
quire the practical reconstruction of a anumber anumber
number of the playhouses After a long longIcbate lonijebate
Icbate the council decked on the > tollo tollobIg oK i itag
tag ws sssentlail til wfelettftbe abJeli the theatres must mustseet mus musmeet
meet befofet bec they Wittbe allowed to reopaft reopaftJ3be reopesUedeo
Uedeo J3be doowi
The RafetrfotioM BhtrotIonLA f i iA
A steel curtaiL curtaiLAn I IAa
Aa automatic sprinkler system systemMA systemj
MA j bond of JSfcajs 1 guaranteeing the per perts p4 p4y >
y Aug i im a 411 the pa paqnnenti
qnnenti ts of the ordinance ordinancewidening ordinancel
l wWenl widening of doom and exits outsAll i iof
All of the above to he performed tHV tHVa nih nihdcc >
a dcc > r such coditioa ternisi and reotrfte reotrfteHone retE1lIens
Hone as shall l be imposed by the mayor of ofthe t tthe
the city cit the w comartaaloper bf f bonding bondingand bulldh bulldhand
and a subcommittee of tltvee to be ap appointed 1 1pointed ¬
pointed by the mayor mayorMost ma maMeat
Most of Thra Shut tut Out OutThe OutThe
The managers of theatres declared to tonight totight ¬
night that it would be Impassible for forthem forthent
them to meet the demands of the enabling enablingact
act in sufficient time to do business due durtea dueI
I tea the remainder of this season and ser sereral se seelal
eral of them them declared they had no inten intention inteitton ¬
ton of trying to reopen their doors TbjF TbjFmanager Th Thmanager
manager of one theatre declared that bo bothought bethought
thought he could be in shape uy February
1 but was not sure qf f It He felt certain certainhowever certaihoever
however that he would be able bie to reopeH reopeHthe reopelithe
the doors of his playhouse long before beforethe beforethe
the close of the theatrical season seasonWould seasonWotilil
Would Have te Be Torn Down DownThe DownThe
The passage of the ordinance lat nis nisput nild nildput
put two of the downtown theatres out 4 4bUSiness o otuslness
bUSiness aa their construction is such ueh thai thaitkry th ththey
they will he e Rnab annUe tideeapI1 Mip wttfc tb tblaw the thelaw
law without tewrtae down the bdtidini bdtidiniin bdUdinlin
in which they are located and erectj erectjentirely erecunnthet
entirely nthet new structure All of the otl otlhouses otfl0 otfl0hiuses
houses wil Wilt be able U in > meet the demai demaiat demanc demanckwbutitwbesteatea
at the law kwbutitwbesteatea kwbutitwbesteateaor but ftmjf fee at great expei expeior
or several of thenIBOQUOIS then tbuIROQUOIS
IROQUOIS PTjACBB HINE HINEthe itfiNEConsiderable
Considerable Gold eLkdiTroin eLkdiTrointhe
the RuinS BuinsChicago RuinSChicago
Chicago Jan 19 ItThe The nlunicpal placer placermine placermine
mine in the debris removed from ti tiIroiiuoto the thelroquo4s
Iroiiuoto theatre is panning out better betterOat betterthat
Oat at first expected Up to the pr PtSS PtSS4b r rent
ent aa avara e orer XtM J J4e
4b 51oiTh articies found foundam
am r 4e oMaerjs bat au a1 10000 10000lght oa oaIt
It ta iHae fbic to IdcntlTy
f tWiwHcc pension fund fundBight
Bight more flog efcutdiee and a number of offc Uttrere
fc wer trere closed today by order of City Citytag Clt Clttrig
tag Commissioner Williams for vlo vloof yb ybin
in of Ute char ctt ordinances ordlnamepolice ordinancespiee
police tonight arrested Frank lliler llilerthe VhlerS
S printer 9 years ski on a charge ot otrobbing
robbing the dead after the tate nre in the leo Irotfc01 leotHoIs
tHoIs < tfc01 theatro Tiller attempted to die dfsposo diepose
pose of a diamond ring valued at HMU HMUaad iIWand
and when taken into custody confess confessU confessed confessedtbet
U tbet > at he bad stolen it from the haml of ofVkktd a aattd
Vkktd attd man which was hanging over flit tneedge flitedge
edge of a wagon when the l load ad of corpse corpsewas corpawas
was backed up in front of the morgue morgueHAS morgueHAS
HAS BUSINESS WITH WITHTHE WiTHTHESUPREME
THE THESUPREME SUPREME COURT COURTSpecial COURTtSpeial
Special to The TlHeradi TlHeradiWashington HeraW HeraWWashington >
Washington Jan 19 19P P L Williams Williamscomae Williamecounsel
comae counsel for the Oregon Short Line rail railroad raIroad ¬
road is here to argue a case for the therailroad therailroad
railroad company before the supreme supremecourt supremecourt
court courtCANNOT courtCANNOT
CANNOT BE BEAMENDED BEAMENDEDSenate AMENDED AMENDEDSenate
Senate Again Put in the Hole Holeby Holeby
by the OverStrenuous OverStrenuousAdministration OverStrenuousI
I Administration AdministrationWashington AdministrationWaiIngton
Washington Jan IS 19A A frank dfrcuatan dfrcu dlscuvOn
atan On regaraMn ttte treaty with Panama Panamanow Pasiamanote
now pending hi the senate was the phil principal philcipal ¬
cipal feature of todays meeting Qf f th thcabinet the thecabinet
cabinet The aeoate committee on for foreign forolga ¬
eign relations adopted some amend amendment amendutento ¬
utento ment to the treaty which hle although re regarded regarded ¬
garded hy official gilkiala of the stpte statedepart statedepartment depart departI ¬
I meat as trivial may b 1 productive if iffinally IfI
I finally incorporated ia the treaty of ofembarrassment
embarrassment v vPrior
Prior tothe cabteet meeflag Secre Secretftry ecw ecwt4ry
tftry Hay pointed out t it Seajators Cat Catlaw CtIl
law l and AJBgoiv If fl e propoaod ameud ameudments ameudntonts
ments w wet t adajptaj iIspt4tt ft would be neces necessary nec s ssat ¬
sat sary to fend the treaty again to Pan Panama Panana
ama to be ratified hy the Panama anama au authorities antbortbea ¬
thorities thoritiesSo
So far as could be ascertained no ac acrtton acitbin
itbin rtton was taker by the cabinet on the thesubject thesubfect
subject it It1Msigeoptdered > e < ng conttdered as helngr in inthe inthe
the hands of tile senate for determlna determlnatlpn deterrnlnatlpit
tlpn The ThesttuatIon ttuation in tiw Orient wa wanet was wasilot
net discussed
KING SENT SENTIOBRIDE SENTIOBRIDEA TO BRIDE BRIDEA
A HANDSOME PRESENT PRESENTv
v
London Jan 19Lady I > ady Marjorie MatjorjnOreylIle MarjorieGreylHe
GreylHe dufhter of the Earl and andCountess an4Countesa
Countess pf Warwick and Viscojunt ViscojuntHelmeley V1aeintHelinsley
Helmeley heir apparent of Earl of ofPeversham ofFoversham
Peversham were mrr4ed ai a War WseWl WseWltoday Wk Wktoday
today The cvnmojffi whc was hri hriliant briIIar4
liant took ai piser e 1a the presence presencemany of ofmany
many prost Mcepfttf The pesrentn pesrentnnumbered e nts ntsnumbered
numbered from 30t 51 to tW jewels pr prominatlp pte ptedomfnat
ominatlp Kla Zt Edward dward sent eat Lady LadyMarjorte LadyMarorie
Marjorte 4f dUae > nemi and nd rahy brooclu broocluaccowpaaiisd brooehAccPabeI
accowpaaiisd I b r aH autograph not notreadto notTo
readto readtoTo
To Qtteetile on her marriage with withthe withthe
the b beet t wfh wiahas a for her happiness happinessProm happinessFrom
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4 + Wiuihipgton Jan 13Poatmast Postmas Postmasf k ktsr
+ f ter Genera Payne todayseid today said there therewas +
4 was nothing to bar postmasters or orf orother +
+ f other federal aflleeiolder from + 4 4rvln
4 servir4 rvln r as deiwcatas to political politicalconventions + f
4 conventions natioaal state or orcounty 4 4rwiniy
+ county + f fOX
+ + + + + + + 4 4SMALLPOX + + + + + + + + + + +
SMALLPOX OX ABQABD TRAIN OSIAIN5iaVar TRAINNiAgara
NiAgara 5iaVar Falls N Y Jan 19Grand 19GrandTrunk 111GrandTrunk
Trunk i pasrflgir > as nger train No o > is HI qnar qnarantin quarantin
antin > at Niagura P IkiLP mt with a oa ease easeof e eof
of smallwx 011 n hoard The rain was wastopije wsstopi
stopi < topije 1 on the I Iii bridge anrt il II the I to passen passengers rssengets ¬
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FI6IIT ON POSTSTR ThOMAS ThOMASaIt
alt Lak LakeOfficial Official Called to Washington By y PFestdent Roose Roosevelt Iloosevelt
velt to Answer Cferjain Charges ChargesH ChaiesPrefe
H Preferred Prefe rredijainst Against Him
Special to The Herald Herald11ASHISSQTQK IhraidJtIASHIGTO
tIASHIGTO 11ASHISSQTQK l C Jn in tfrrPyt tfrrPytmaster IP1t IP1tyy
yy master Thomas of ei eii a f late latereached <
i reached here last evening ev nro and 1 1TOft he hea
TOft a caller at atthe the postoCUco post ttice de dil dilint af aft
int t Sir Thomas wonld not sfc sttetb sttetbIOR ta tlir tlirtfaoon
tfaoon IOR for his visit to Wasbbigtoo at tk4 tk4flmic hls hlsthntt
flmic but It is learned from authentic authenticsources autistic autisticaources
sources that he is here a tfc tbs t tor Meul tti ttiet
or et President Roosevelt to make ex exrJn exii exiitlon
rJn of eei1a4 Certain alleged irregi irreuritis arttips fa hib hibadministratIon Oh Oha
a administratIon mln tratlon of his duties as p pestba pestbatSr tmx tmxter
ter reportedto the department by inspac inspactort lenpecIGrs
tort w ssjto o made an Inspection of the Salt Saltiu00 Said SaidIke
Ike Cty e4ftee during iu00 the theDtUn aaaCiKan aaaCiKanTBSriias
DtUn of thea1i his e eTni
TBSriias Tni s appointed a aplace eiorpiL map to tothen t a apIRCQ
place on the Kostci postotlee 1bOt roL and andthen
then collected from him a nionth su suttt auto
ttt apply on iodebtedirejjB 1Rdbtednee o Ued1 ed by y thta thtaemploye tli tliemploys
employs employeA
A further charge in coanecti connection with withPETER withPETER
PETER WILL WILLABOIA9E WILLABOIA9EInsecure ABOIflPE ABOIflPEInsecure
Insecure Position of the King Kingof
of Servia ServiaAssssihs Assassins May MayYet MayYet
Yet Be Punished PunishedVienna PunishedVienna
Vienna Jan 19 13KIng King Peter of Seryia Seryiaaccording Serviaaccording
according to a report fn fcqih CettJ Cette Cettetonteuegro Je Jelontenegro
lontenegro paiitfsfaed by the theWetnev JB JBWcinec
Wcinec Journal is prepared to voloMar voloMarity volciitsrfly
fly renounce the throne and attofer the thelowers thepowers
powers lowers te nominate his successor successorThe successorThe
The Prince of Montenegro is said to tohae tohave
have received a mandate from Russia Russiato
to clear up the precarious situation in inSerriB inServis
SerriB and ICing Peter is altered to have haverecognised haverecognised
recognised the untenabllity of his peal position pealtln ¬
tion and to be vtUfns to abdicate ills illssuccesaor Hisswceesor
succesaor it is added will only be per per1 per1miLled j jmitteil
miLled to ascend the throne conditionally conditionallyon
on his agreeing to punish the leaders leadersof
of tlteesiiapiracy t3 sflsa < raey which Mkh result Hi the theaasMsaiBation theasssseintion
aasMsaiBation of King Alexander and aadQueen andQueen
Queen Draga removing all those tho e who whowere whowere
were flfrcctly or indirectly concerned in inthe Inthe
the regicide regicideThe re1ddeThe
The statement published by tbe Keue KeueWcnicr eue eueVenler
Wcnicr Journal is not confirmed tint all allrefUMts altrePort
rePort indicate that affairs in Servia Serviaa ervla ervlaare
are a stMMBifr growing worse and tjaat they theyare theyare
are causing OK greatest anxi anhietyifl t tsta flue fluesift
sift and Aastrla The fiervma fiervmatars 4d5pp1 4d5pp1Sts
tars a re e at4 tld to > Be Openly thre thretake thrteslig to totake
take romipe en n Europe by bytile Joining lii liitilt
tile exittCted Macedonian oufWefik outbta k fa the thespring thespring
spring The internal coiulftionof Serfl Serfli Serylt Seryltis
i is nlarnitog nIarnib Outside the towns life and andi endJ1rOPert
i property are Insecure kwe urt Th The roads are areiaJested ateifttested
iaJested with brigpnd
lbs > employment of the person in ques quesi
i n 1a tbatWhiU tbatwbihe he was borne on the thece
ce roi r lfe aneroid a monthly salary salarypSrtermed
pSrtermed Httle or no work and sub sublife subl
l life duties out to a cheaper priced pricedi
l1 i making the difference in pay as asSat as1btlt
1btlt Sat Tftoiia yerformiagne servicelie service aeicesthe
the lie report of the inspectors on Post Postter Postpat
pat ter Thomas administration was be beare b bttre
ttre are Postmaster General Payne for ex exlaioatlon cxjsnIpt1on
jsnIpt1on laioatlon and by him sent up to the theesld therbsIdnt
rbsIdnt esld it for his action The papers have haveen I Itien
tien > en Before eIore the president for several severaleeka severalwitek
witek eeka and the visit of Postmaster Petmaaterbomts PostmasterThoi1sscI
Thoi1sscI bomts fe SRja n in > be at Nte gpquectC peiteiit so sotat 0 0t
tat t he nrayBave may bare an s onpartunky to meet meettf meet meetchargos
tf charges before action te taken takenands teitenmet
ands of ofbeett >
beett ftiHy met and explained They a aRertefl se sessrteh
Rertefl that there is not the th slightest basis baciafor basisfor
for am any reflection on hUt integrity and andJ andthey
they 4detl J their earnest belief that Pr Preal Prealdnt M Meveit
dnt Roosevelt eveit will undoubtedly disco disregard discogned
gard tbJWeharses that have been made madeLOOKING inadeLOOKING
LOOKING FOR LEGGETT LEGGETTIdaho LEGGEITIdaho
Idaho Stockmen StockmenNeatly Neatly Taken Takenin TakenIn
In in byia by SmoothTalking SmoothTalkingHorse SmoothTalkingHorse
Horse Trader
Special to The Herald HeraldBlackfoot HeraWiftesiceot
Blackfoot Leaho Jan l9Severai prGi prGileawt ro i ii
i leawt ani fltockmen of Illackfoot are deeply deeplyh eplY eplYttrbet0d
h berdeted ia the whereabouts < of rf a smooth smoothhorse eaoothbsre
horse trader named Le Leett ett who after afterscooping afterseooplng
scooping up several hundred dollars in innotes insiotes
notes and checks for a cheaplooking cheaplookingcmynse cheaplookingeynse
cmynse of no apparent value made his ea earn a acape ¬
rn cape capeLeggett pe
1 Leggett came her about a week ago agoand agoatid
and represented himaeif as a large dealer dealerir
ir thoroughbred horses In a few days daysby daysby
by the smoothest kind ofconfidence of work workhe workh
he h organized a company ot prominent prominentstockmen prominentstockmen
stockmen to buy a etaiidard bred trotting trottingstallion trottingat1lIon
stallion with a mark of 225 Z The com company coinpay ¬
pay was to dij dig up 4tM t and Leggett Legsettwasto Leggettwag
wasto wag to produce the horses So smoothly smoothlydiHl smoothlydi4
diHl he work the game that he got notes notesor notesorcheeksfrom
or orcheeksfrom checks from all but two of the vic victims virtitus ¬
titus who formed the company af after aftervieb er erwfeieh
wfeieh vieb be turned over to them a very veryctleaploftklng verycheepioaldtig
ctleaploftklng animal with neither pedi pedigrec
1 grec re or record The victims Immediately Immediatelytried immediatelytifed
tried to f top payment on tine checksand checksandnotes checks Find Findnotes
notes but they had already bn assigned assignedto
to the innocent third fturrhaaer urchaser and andthe andthe
the parties will have to puitgle sp spF upF
F P 1 Hobeitor aroratnent local bud business budflees ¬
ness ntan created eoiulerable amuse amusejvet amuseneit
jvet neit today by derates a burro vtg and anddown anddOwn
down the street with a sign on it offer offering otterjug ¬
jug the animal far sale at 249 di5
EPUBUCANS IIID TIJ TRUIIf TRUIIfDernocratic
Democratic Senators SenatorsWiI VVilf Introduce a Resolution of inquiry inquiryRegarding InquiryRegarding
Regarding theTrue theTiueJnWardness Inwardness of the thePanama
Panama Deal
iASHJ356TO2f Jan 13 A Aeer Aeervv mf mfeipa
vv eipa of Ute Democratic eflttfl eflttfltlfilieuss naitrt naitrttcifdteeuss
tcifdteeuss tlfilieuss the Panama situation situationAvjte tutien tutienW8
Avjte held heth teday More than two hours hourswtre hout houtwere
were consumed in consideration of the theinformation theVifIousti1sns
VifIousti1sns suggested ogfflflg FUR FURhitbrmatlon
information concerning the alleged par Pjufticipation partlt1pation
ticipation tlt1pation bjr IJnHed States bnicHUsln bnicHUslnthe oilkltisfntkU
the revolution on the isthmus Isthmusy Neajty NeajtyeTjry
eTjry y senator spoke and It waa wal iju ijuuiihilmoug 1Jwia4nlmous >
uiihilmoug opinion that the RepubHc Eepublcii9ihators n naaSators
aaSators ar are in possession or fgete fgetewfflch etS etSwich
wfflch wich hav have been withheld from tfc tfcDemocrats tbs tbst3moerats
Democrats t3moerats Despite this feoHng lyfa lyfaagreed ltW8nagreed
agreed that there i is no way th the eth ethtrty csfixil csfixiltifiity
tifiity trty can be defeated In the senate senateIt seiaXiIt
It was adnrttted that a nttMbfr numbr0 numbr0DfloCrin af afDinocrta
Dinocrta must vote for ratificaMoi ratificaMoitisf rati1icitQi6fthe
tisf 6fthe fhe convention ae their seOsrapti seOsraptiINCREASE geOgrapIhl geOgrapIhlINCREASEEACHVEAR
INCREASE INCREASEEACHVEAR INCREASEEACHVEARTval EACH YEAR V VN
N Tval aval Academy Wfll W1USupp1yQUgh W1USupp1yQUghOcers Supply Bnpugb BnpugbOfficers
Officers by 1907 1907V 1O7Washington
Washington V shington Jan ItsAccording According to the thetett1inony 1 1teatlmony
teatlmony of Captain Brownson sup super superiflthndent r rinfondent
infondent iflthndent of the naval aeadoanv bOrethe bOre Bftfsreaay
the house committee on naval affairs tb tbtlayliie
aay tlayliie iHe UalMdStaCec 1ultet StateswIll rlli hv hitye navalof navalofficers ngvai of offleetS ¬
fleetS enough ra Wt to nan all na ivaI ivaIveaels ai aivessels
vessels There will be nu n increase in th thclasses the theeIslts
classes srafluating each year from the theacoflemr theucadem
acoflemr acoflemrCnptaJn ucademrdaln
CnptaJn Brownson deolnred the prae praeUcaVof pra pratlcof
UcaVof hazing In th the academy was heiiiK heiiiKeliminated beingciithinat
eliminated 4 He spoke stmnfty stronty Sfrslnn Sfrslnntl age int inttito
tl tito iwssnga of in the latcey bill io o rsstore rsstorethe rsstoivthe
the three cadets recrily dismissed front frontthe frontthe
the academy for hazing This action srtWimust actionmust
must not be taker if f diiplHtf diiplHtfmaintained dflpIi dflpIimaintained >
maintained H Hweor < > w < r > r I di tiiicim tiiicimto r n0l f fto
to be e personal again th < tftre eaaets eaaetswhom tfldPtawhom
whom h > chariutrz is s in all other otherrjepects uthrrreits
rjepects desirable stuJ rtf 1
position and the consequent commercial commercialccftrtUcipns commercialc
ccftrtUcipns c rtamand it itJjust itttzpt
Jjust before the close of the curler cocferanee curleranon
anon a m nt0tkin ton was adopted authoriz authorizing athorizlag ¬
lag Senator Gorman to appoint a com cominftteo corntiee
inftteo tiee to draft a composite resolution resolutiona
Ut a inquiry whrchwlll have the unani unanijnous unanijflous
jnous support of the Democrats This Thisominittco Th1esmihIttee
ominittco was as instructed to report to tojmorrow toUiOlTQW
jmorrow UiOlTQW The resoluaons introduced in inthe Inthe
the shate by Mcsar Me Gorman Morgan MorganandCarmack 1organnild
andCarmack nild Carinack and others calling for ir irfonntttton Iri0ruitlon
fonntttton concerning the Panama rev revolution revuluflon ¬
olution and th the < < formation of the repub republic iopublieof ¬
lic lieof of Panama will be considered in inQrftfting iniftIng
Qrftfting the resolution which it is ex exDQCted cxqcted
DQCted will be adopted at tomorrows tomorrowsIbe tomorrOwsconlorenee
conlorenee conloreneeThe
The committee Sn s announced by Mn MnGormon MitGorman
Gorman is composed of Senators Car Carmaok Carm
m maok eit CoekroU Cookroltnnd and Oulberson OulbersonDEFIED CtilbersonDEFIEDIHECOURT
DEFIED DEFIEDIHECOURT DEFIEDIHECOURTTngboat THE COURT COURTTugboat
Tugboat Oaptaiii Capt il Piling Tip Trouble TroubleFor TroubleFor
For Himself HimselfSeattle BimseifSeattle
Seattle Wash Jan W l3Capatn Captain George GeorgeStuairt Geurge3tlt
Stuairt of the Ualted States engineers tug tugJ tugJ
J i 1 Wilson defied the failed States StatespiBna Statesseshaf
piBna seshaf and the United Slates court com commiEsIoners cornmlesloners
miEsIoners this thl merniagand mernInc nnd put off for forPort forPort
Port Townsend carrying withhim First FirstMale FirstTate
Male George Layton who was under ar arrest arrest ¬
rest on the charge of assaulting a sailor sailorThe sailorThe
The steward cook and a deck han hanit t of th thissued the theaginv >
aginv tug hadbcen auhDoenacd s wit witn
n and irhe they stied to appear hi hicourt
court this afternoon bench wttrrante were wereiscuo4
issued fay CommiMioner Kiefer for the thecaptain thecaPtapi
captain caPtapi mate steward cook and deck deckiflfcOtil deelt4tnj4
iflfcOtil 4tnj4 RaOlff Berry of t the w i mmtfesHoner8 iimmtksioneradirthad > mmtfesHoner8reairt
reairt dirthad had taken the first mate after his hisarrest hiaariOst
arrest to tii hc tug t to He 4eur < urf his dunnage dunnageTh duntgTIi
Th captain IKK ju th btuHfr a aht ahtpuIId = hiv nivi nivil
l puIId > ulltd out
BLANCHARD BLANCHARDWINS WINS OUT OUTResult OUTResult
Result of the Democratic Pri Primary Primary ¬
mary to Nominate a Ticket Ticketin
in Louisiana LouisianaXew
Xew Orleans Jan 1JA general pet primary petmary ¬
mary to nominate a democratic state stateticket stateticket
ticket toberoted for form in April was held heldin heldin
in Louisiana today It was the first test testever testever
ever mad matfe hi the state on the primary primarymethod primaryniqthoil
method of direct nomination There were weretw weretwu
tw twu caodttatee for Or governor and the in indications indicatlons ¬
dications knight based on an apparent apparentmajoritivqClfttfie apparentmaJoritcem
majoritivqClfttfie for him in New Orleans Orleansend Orleanscad
end scattering aealteitugreturns returns received from the thecountry thecountry
country point to the nomination of for former fortrier ¬
mer Seaatofc Senato N C Blanolianl over his hisopponent his0000ne
0000ne opponent Gen Leon Jastreraskt consul consulto
to Pentunder Peru under Mr Cleveland The indi indications mdieatlons >
cations also ont olnt to the nomination of ofJared ofJared
Jared Y Sanders San4srsfor for lieutenantgovernor lieutenantgovernorRobert
Robert H 1 HeM for attorneygeneral W WA WA
A O < < tay sato tEeagurer Lreapoerapid ad Mar Martin Martitt ¬
tin BefAlMttfor BMMait let auditor thou thou1t it wlll wlllrequire ndiLisquire
require a oe or comaTete returns to deter determine deterfieerL ¬
mine whajthfr a sacoad primary will be befteers
fteers fteersAt fieerLAt
At the primary today Senator Murphy MurphyG
G Foster and andformer former Senator B F Jones Joneswere Joneswere
were candidates for the nomination for forInited forfluted
fluted States senator jar for the term be beginning ue uegtnning
ginning in 1WR 150 Senator Foster carried carriedNew erriedNew
New Orleans hy b a heavy he majority and andhis nd ndhI
his hI nomination is l Indicated IndicatedJohn IndicatedJohn
John I Mieh MIehel I for secretary of state stateand stateanal
and Prof J B As Aswell well for state super superintetfdent supertpent
tetfdent of pobHc duotioa were unejj unejjpeeed unejiposed
peeed in the primary It is conceded that thatttae thattiit
ttae officers nominated today will be becMcted bevl
cMcted vl ted h In April AprilATTORNEY AprilATTORNEY
ATTORNEY GENERAL GENERALSTANDS GENERALSTANDSBY
STANDS STANDSBY BY DREYFUS DREYFUSParis
Paris Jan 19 lJii The Associated Press Presslearnt Presslearits
learnt that the report of Attorney Gen General Gencml ¬
eral Baudouin in favorable to Dreyfus
following the views adopted by bycourt the thecourt
court which recommended a revision revisionof
of the caste before the court of cassa cassation cassation ¬
tion The dtcisidH Of the court which whichis
is not expected for some weeks un undoubtedly ondoubtedly ¬
doubtedly will be in favor of Dreyfus DreyfusPLENTY DreyfusPLENTY
PLENTY OF OFCOAL GOAL NOW NOWOutput
Output at Sunnysjde Said to Be BeGreater BeGreater
Greater Than Before BeforetheStrjke BeforetheStrjke
theStrjke
Special tp t i The HeraW HeraWH HraWHsper
H Hsper per Ctah Jan lIrSunnmsi4e lIrSunnmsi4eamp 19 Simrysid Simrysidamp
amp te how having A a greater output outputof
of coal Irons the two mines of the U Utah ah ahFuel I IFuel
Fuel company there than at any time timein timein
in its iffadory A 4ftw ir U force of men te at atwork atwork
work with the experienced digger makr makrina mokhip
ina hip > 4 a da day oa an average while the thenew thenew
new men znq or memer nIerr are te averaging
better than Rlr eight hours work workThese wont wontTbcie
These figures are given tonight by a amhver aIntirer
mhver who ceenefralin came from there today and andthey antithey
they do not come Vbnu otn a company companysource companyaujirce
source sourceThe aujirceThe
The sanoe authority staie that die dtei dieyers
yers ar beiqg turnsdzwsy frani Sen SenI
i nyaide ax the company e mpsn has all the mn mnI
I I it can work Those O fur > r Mhem there s snot sroom
not room at Sunnrsitle when applying applyingfor pplylngfor
for work are sent to the other camps of ofi e ethe
i the company Castle Gate Clear Creek CreeSrand Creekand
and Winter Qttaiaters Some twentyfive twentyfivemen
men have b befl v sent from Sunnyslde Sunnysldeisiote SunnysidesInce
sInce last Fri4ay Fri4ayj
j At GMrtle Gate with withthe the new men ar ant
t i rivii riving s today from th the several settle aettlejments settlementa
jments menta where diggers are being recruit recruitied recruited
ied ed there are Boar WiW between ITS 1T and 200 200Uliggera 200I
I diggers employed eiflpI yed Twenty Twnntyfltte flve to thir thirity thirty
ity ty addittaml irTST tf faIa I the forte there therejnojwa theretltin54
jnojwa jnojwaOrgajslners
Orgajslners Jim fi teanedy nnedy and CIinrlssDomouit Charles CharlesD
Domouit D molH who wer wtixpeeind expected to be here herei hereyesterday
i yesterday or todaiJV teda have not yet ar aralmost attived
tived but they are being looked for on ona1oM
almost tosy 1W trfln f Xroit MJi the east Toe Toeeviction Thei
i eviction suite gainsf tenant strikers strikersare
are expected to h hfi b started at Castle CastleGate CateGate
Gate tomorrow Qjil a number are areexpected areexpected
expected to toe sent to Helper to occupy occupytent oceupytents
tent tenti tentsMONTANA
i MONTANA MAN WILL WILLj WILLHAVEANEW
j HAVE HAVEANEW A NEW HYBRID HYBRIDPllfsn HYBRIDD11In
Pllfsn Jan IS 13According According to a rs rsPo nopo
Po received in Dillon from one of tha thaj th thb4flds
b4flds of sheep wned by the WoddS WoddSLitre
j Utrc Stock company and which is be bei bejilT
i in jilT ratlgad Itt the canyon of the Big Bisj
I HbIe nountpsheep ram made his hishome
j home with tt Wind for several weeks weeksand weeksafld
and soon b beoue c ie so tame that it would wouldnot
1 not leave the weep eep night or day Quite Quitei
i a large number of domesticated ewes ewesi ewesare
i are due to e dieD dr p Iamb from the wild wildsheep wildsheep
sheep in March and eudtbe the people of this thissHtion thisttlon
sHtion ttlon are most m st ourieu to learn just justuluLt justt
uluLt t hat kied of a hyhfid will be brought broughtforth
I forth <
HOI3 BODEIIt > aHErR SEATS SEATSon
Ito 1aon on 5 SUI 3 sun 1 inSenator Senator Senatorlt Mv Mvand
and Money nrc ltetl sta v i iI >
I t e lt iogs1ature g > jttnv > t to t ic ed thrmeI in inc
c 1U d tats
INFLUENCING INFLUENCINGPUBLIC INFLUENCINGPUBLICOPINION
PUBLIC PUBLICOPINION PUBLICOPINIONRepresentatives OPINION OPINIONRepresentatives
Representatives of Latn Re Republics Republics ¬
publics Hold Holda a Meeting MeetingGEORGE
4 4GORGE
GEORGE THIEBAUDS SPEECH SPEECHSEVERAL SPEECHSEVBRAL
+
SEVERAL DIPItCUVtATS WERE TN TNATTJEfJIDANOBt INATTBNDANOR
ATTJEfJIDANOBt ATTJEfJIDANOBtPAItlS ATTBNDANOReUtiS
+
eUtiS Jan 19 13A1most Almost all the repub repubRes repubr
PAItlS r Res of Latin America wer were ropes repreasated ropes0ated
asated at a meeting held here to toateht tonhgitt
ateht which was attended by about fM fMmen 0 0men >
men and women and which was ad adclraese addroege
clraese by y George Thiebaud on The TheLoss Theuf
Loss nf the Panama Cuaal CuaalIt CaniIt °
It was at TbietMAida purpose to in influence infinance ¬
finance public opinion through the most mostinfluential m st sttnL1ueatII
influential of his hearers The meeting meetingwas mettingann
was oaBed especially for the bondholders bondholdersof
of the Panama Canal company mem membore membore
bore of the chamber and senate and of oftao ofthe
tao municipal council the press finan financial financlal ¬
cial companies and engineer societies societiesand societiesand
and commercial and industrial mndutr4l unions unionsAside unionsLaide
Aside from the presence of several dip ¬
lomats the meeting wa was without im importance tinItortanee ¬
portance as those present represented representedbut
but a small amount in their holdings holdingsof
of the canal companys bonds bondsAt bondsAt
At a tdeent meeting of the canal com comBSny cornnnny
BSny M t Thiebaud alleged that the theTnite thetYidted
Tnite tYidted < l States and the Panama Canal Canaleomuany CnnaliOmpn
eomuany had fomented the revolution revolutionia
ia Panama and he attempted to show showAngloAmerican showti
ti n AngloAmerican understandinu understandinujpeet uderatandinge
e rsp jpeet t to the isthmus had fn fnrt ciieougbd
eougbd rt an antiAmerican sentiment sentiment1ST sentimenttlig
tlig 1ST the LatinAmerican republics republicsAVALANCHE republicsn republicsVALANCHE
n
AVALANCHE OF SNOW SNOWGAME SNOWCAMECRASHING
GAME CAMECRASHING CRASHING DOWN DOWNWinnipeg DOWNWinnipeg
Winnipeg Jan 18 19An Aa avalanche of ofsnow ofSHOW
snow left the mountain side some miles mileswest mileswest
west of Calgary last night at t a point pointknown pointknown
known as The Bow and 14 crashed down downthe dowuthe
the height carrying everything before it itThe itThe
The monstrous pile tore up the Canadian CanadianPacific CanadianPacific
Pacific track for several hundred feet feetPortuiwiely feetPortuilately
Portuiwiely no train was on the track at atthe atthe
the time or it probably would have been beenburled besabarled
burled beneath the snor sn The Canadian CanadianPacific CanadianPacific
Pacific Transcontinental Express from fromthe fromthe
the west due to reach Winnipeg this thismorning thisin
in morning rniitg was held for twentyfour hours hoursby hoursby
by the slide slideNATIONAL slideNATEONAL
NATIONAL BOARD OF OFTRADE OFTRADECONVENTION
TRADE TRADECONVENTION TRADECONVENTIONWashington CONVENTION CONVENTIONWashington
Washington Jan 19 19The The National Nationalboard Nationalbord
board of trade began it Its sessions here heretodav hCIiitoday
today todavThe todayThe
The principal matter of interest which whichcame whichcame
came up uptOday today was the report of the com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee on crop statistics which discussed discussedthe
the standing recommendation that guY government guYernment ¬
ernment reports be collected either by the thecensus thecensus
census bureau or the department of agri agriculture aghculture ¬
culture atone The opinion seemed to pre prevail peevail ¬
vail that the bureau of statistics of the theagricultural theagricultural
agricultural department Is the better pre prepared peepared ¬
pared to do the work
a
HAD TALKED ENOUGH ENOUGHrVanous ENOUGHV9ous
rVanous Resolutions Sent to toPostoffice toPqstoffice
Postoffice Committee CommitteePure CommitteePureS Pure PureFood
S > Food Bill inthe in ThellOuse ThellOuseWashington House HouseWashington
Washington Jan 19 10The The senate re repaired ccqeired ¬
paired less beti than a minute today to die dispose diepose ¬
pose of the motion to refer to the com committee comsnittee ¬
mittee on postoffices the various reso resolutions resObuttons ¬
buttons looking to an Investigation of the tnepestoffice thepostoftiee
pestoffice department The question had hadbeen hadbeen
been previously debated for hours at a atime atine
time but today no senator manifested54g manifested manifestedaajt
aajt disposition to discuss it further and andIt andit
It was adopted without a negative vote voteAfter voteAfter
After the passage of a half doben bills billsthe billsthe
the senate returned to consideration 01 01tbo otthe
the Patuuna question Mr r Quarks spoke spokufor spokefor
for almost two hours in support of the thecourse tflenoise
course of the administration and was wasfollowed wsfollowed
followed by Mr Patterson who criticised criticisedthe criticisedthe
the presidents course in Panama Mr MrPatterson MrPatterson
Patterson was subjected to t many inter interrutton6 interruttloia
rutton6 and had not concluded whjru whjruthe wIuthe
the senate adjourned
PTJBB FOOD BILL BILLMsosure BILLNoasure
Msosure Not Completed When a Ke Kecess Becess
cess Was Taken Until Today TodayV8PhInsrton TodyasIdntun
V8PhInsrton Jan 1 19The The house today todayconsidered todayeonsideretl
considered the Hepburn pure food bill billbut billbut
but did not complete it When the hou houei houeivan e ewas
was ready to adjourn on motion of Mt MtHepburn Mthepburn
Hepburn a recess was taken until 1156 1156tomorrow 11 11tomorrow
tomorrow This course will retain the thebill thebill
bill before the house without interruption interruptionfor
for consideration tomorrow Just betore betorethe betorethe
the recess an amendment coming from fromthe fromthe
the iteatocratic side was adopted insert insertliif insertbig
big the word wilfully relative to the theaKt thesale
sale aKt of prohibited adulterated 3oods by byHA b
HA 11 a retailers which would make it in incumbent incninbent ¬
cumbent on the government to prove proveknowledge proveknowledge
knowledge on the part of the retailers retailersthat retailersthat
that soon such goods was contrary to taw
ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONGWILL WILL HANG HANGUnited HANGUnited
United States Court Will Not Inter Interfore
fore in the Matter MatterPortland MatterPortland
Portland Ore Jan 10The The United UnitedStates Vnite1States
States district court today declined to tointervene toIntervene
intervene in the cast of Pleasant Arm Armstrong Armstrong ¬
strong the condemned murderer of Bak Baker Baker ¬
er county Oregon An appeal will be betaken betahen
taken to the United States circuit court courta courtmember
a member of which te expected to ar arrfte atifre
rfte In Portland tomorrow and in case caseI casebe
I fee refuses to interfere the appeal will wiUbe willbe
be carried to the United States supreme supremecourt supremecourt
court courttt courtIt
tt te very unlikely that the United UnitedStates TnitedStates
States circuit court will Intervene in inthe inthe
the face of the adverse decisions of both boththe boththe
the state supreme court and the United Unitedi tnitedSinte
i States district court As Armstrong is isto isto
to be executed Friday Jan 42 the time is isi fsso
i so limited it would be almost impos Imposidhie
1 ssfWe to get the m mster rter befor the Unit United tnitcii ¬
ed SUites mipreme court before the exe execution cx cxeution ¬
cution secure securePIUS securePIUS
O
PIUS WILL FOOL TH THM THMRoman M MKoman
Roman Pontiff Not IneHnad In ilnet to Yield
Ghost GhostRome
Rome Jan 19 19The The runjor of the death deathof deathor
of the pope which was circulated in inMadrid InMadrid
Madrid having some to the ears of the thepontiff thepontiff
pontiff his holiness exclaimed to toirteau a afriend
friend friendWhet
irteauWhat What ahvady T Leo o was left in peace peacetor peacetot
tot fire years after his election while whilewtth whilewith
with me these rumors have begun at atthe atthe
the end of only a few months It may maybe maybe
be a good thing to look at this from fromsuperstitious froma
a superstitious standpoint but I am quite quitethe ulte ultethe
the other wa rar and think it may even evenprolong evenprolong
prolong ray life lifeBOOST lifeBOOST
BOOST FOB HBAEST HBAESTTreotort RTIABSTrrentoci
Treotort XJ N J Jan II 11The The bricklayers bricklayersand
and masons inasonliiterfltitlOflal international union it its itsconvention itsconvention
convention today adopted a resolution resolutionpraising resoluthipraising
praising William R Hearst member or oreoiigrdss o ocongress
congress and owner of several newspa newspapers flWsitpars ¬
pars for his ehampioiship of f organized organizedlabor orgnizreilabor
labor Th The resolution Vas was oppusid oppo = d i ly lysome y ysome
some of the delegates who feared that thatIt thatit
It would assume the appearance of the theIntroduction thelntroducthr
Introduction of politics into the organi organisation arguniSatiun ¬
sation but the resolution was neverthe nevertheless neertheless ¬
less adopted adoptedCHARGED adoptedCHARGED
CHARGED WITH THEFT THEFTEeftveJBWOrtb THEFTEeaveaworth
EeftveJBWOrtb Knie K w J Jat HI 13 Quurtrr Quurtrrmnster Q I rt e emaster
master Sergeant Fred Vets sod Private PrivateHarry PrvaIeIlarry
Harry Bill of the Twentyeighth anti artillery antilei ¬
lery lei were arrested tonight on the charge chargeof
of if s > t tcaiine aine and s i1itw Uing Kov government rninnt pn nreP nrePiely > p pt
t iely rty They are j sn iri to har srt stolen ilen shells shellsirom shellsmom
mom nnnuitiir nnnuitiirSI mtIiti t gun that were Valued Valuedi at atIl
SI ali ii sn i them io 4 u junk dea lj1er lj1ertr
tr 3 it
PROGRESSIN PROGRESSINLarge
Large Number of Witnesses and andDocuments andDocuments
Documents Introduced IntrodiraedINSPECTOR IntroducedINSPECTOR
INSPECTOR MAYER REBUKED REBUKEDOFEIGIATj REKEDOPPIOTAL
+
OFEIGIATj ACCTJSBD OP COACH COACHING COACE1G ¬
ING WITNB3SES WITNB3SESW VITNBSSBS1AHIXGTO
+
1AHIXGTO ailXOTON Jan 15 19The The trial trialerf t1 t1V
W V V erf ° August W Machen a arl4 arl4otbors H Hothers
others indicted with hl i ispiracy
spiracy to defratid the fjo jvernnie jvernnieProceeded ernnierr ernnierrproceeded
proceeded rapidly today 4lie govern government govettimeat ¬
meat put in evidence a numdL numier > i Of do dotu dotumerits < u uments
merits having a direct beafring on the thedealings tledealings
dealings of the Geoff bnjtners with withMaohen0 whitMachens
Maohen0 division dIirIsun in the PstoMce Rfjstoffice < i ipurtment b bpartiflent
purtment and bank official gave test testmony testmony
mony concerning the dejosit deit of rh rhJroflCB rhGroffa
JroflCB and the ih ihecks ks dfawn against againstthese againstthese
these deposits The facjf fae was brought brougluout
out by two witnesses representing firm firmwhich limewhith
which manufactured iie e Oroff fasten fastener fastetet ¬
er et that the price M t < the Groffs of tii tiicomplete hi hiiomplete
complete fastener v as 25 cent with a arebateof arebateUt
rebateof 5 cents oneach fastener con conditiwoed i iditiuned
ditiwoed on prompt settlement of If bilL bilLfurnished billsThe
The price at whIcl the fasteners w wfurnished
furnished to the theg government at first firstwas fir firwas
was fixed at flfeo 1 o each but later laterwas t twas
was reduced to ti23 L23 each eachA eachXsptot
Xsptot Bebukd BebukdA
A flurr flurrof flurry > was crcntedduriizg re a ted during one stag stajjs stagof
of the p proceedtns s when Attorney Kum Kumrepreee4ting Kti Ktilock
lock repreee4ting the Lorcnz LorcnzDlained 0fl 0flulained
Dlained to tfc tfcspecter t 4 court that Poster Pootofflce flee r rpr 1 1spector
specter Walt Walting pr S Mayer had be been n tail tailt talling
ing to with witnstand < t before they cam a on t tdenied ti tistand
stand May Xayisubsequently denied the char ettargo > Wht Whtthe Wh Whsubsequently5
subsequently subsequentlyagain the matter cropped croppedmeyi cropo4again <
again and J Jpositive turney meyi lOusier saw he h hsat iipositive <
positive ia iacommitted sat ation ion that Ma > er r h he Iicommitted
committed e offense Justice Pritchaf Pritchafrebuked Pnitcharebuked
rebuked tak th b inspector and warned h hlinst I Iagaiitst
agaiitst linst its l repetition repetitionistriPt repetitionDistrict
District s ttornty Beach demanded demandedaffidavit dema tided n naffidavIt
affidavit t t4 < prove the assertion whic whicair wliiMr
air Kumlet said he would fur fuish h let letin < tr trin <
in the dayt but the matter nrparent nrparentwas arpareniwas
was altowet to drop as the affi aFtiltvit < iavit wa wanot was wasnot
not presented presentedI presentedIv1dence
I rldence in Detail DetailJohn DetailJohn
John A lark a letter carrier to totestified te tetetified
testified in the postal trial how in inhe T The
he was dirt Led to report to Mr Mach Machsuperintend Machsupert1ten >
superintend at t of free delivery who whoderail < r rdered
derail him o go to Baltimore t < > expU expUthe oxp oxpthe
the workinil of the Geoff fast r IH IHhe I Ihe
he saJ1 ht had been ordered order l i perfurr perfurrsimilar pet petsimilar
similar wo Is in New York St 1 < o iii iiiother i a aother
other citiei I On crossexamiiiation crossexamiiiationMr erossexami it itMr
Mr Dough is s witness declard that thatregardeJ Itiaregarded
regarded h i trip to the varir var varas iitv iitvas
as perfeetlv necessary for the prowr r ° i istallatbon i istallation
stallation of f the boxes with tie t tfasteners < if iffasteners
fasteners There was nothing unut unutsuspicious un unsuspicious
suspicious or Irregular he faid ID ho howork I Iwont
wont Machen he aid simply < ii I Ithe < hurg hurgthe
the duties of his attics as superminiK superminiKthe super It t tthe
the same as any other superintend superintendwould sujrIntcIowould
would have done Out of the ijy r t iwork < r rwork
work he said be paid his own riving rivingpensjes vlIgpenees
pensjes The Groff fastener hi said staida w wperfectly
a perfectly satisfactorj arrangemer
I Fastener a Good Thing ThingWalter ThingWaiter
Walter A Smith Euperintenoer t of ofdelivery < y
delivery of the Brooklyn postoftVo pOetQftleCnext wa wanext
next called While hile inMachen in taehen < offir offir18M ofuieun
18M un be said he had been shout i a Ortf Ortffa c r rfsi
fa fsi 4 Mr and had ad vponoanced nnousced i a K KtWng < jthing
thing Laterh Later it > said a jrember 01 01fasteners 01faatePers
fasteners were shipped to his Oft oifixBefore OftBefore
Before the next witness was < iH O eiKus1er M MKantor ±
Kantor for the defense nsaae tM t I i ih < hrt hrtthat y ythat
that Bostoffice Insp Inspector xtor ilav wa witthe i ithe
the habit of leaving the court rom romtalking r oni onitalking >
talking with the witnesses U aiit aiitcomplaint anicomplaint =
complaint had been mad to him ab abthe U Uth > <
th the matter and he wanted it stoj stoieil e < J In Intire
tire Pritchard said that was mctl mttlre mttlrebe u uhe
he would not tolerate for a moinynt T Tdistrict 1 e edistrict
district attorney disclaimed m a v kr ktiedge > v vedge
edge of it whereupon Justice Pritcha Pritcharemarked 1nitctiaremarked
remarked that if it occurred i igain faJn i iwould iwould
would ask for an affidavit and take takeper ake akeper
per action in the matter matterProof matterProof
Proof Promised Promisedi PremisedDistrict
i District Attorney Beach a asked k < d if th thmatter tIe tIematter
matter was to 1 Is > allowed i to drop at t1 t17olnt 1 1I
I 7olnt > oint Me demanded that the < omplir omplirbe omplaibe
be sworn to Jostle Prilcliarrl made madesuch o osuch
such requirement hut r rcjukei ° jukel Tnsp t tMayer tMayer >
Mayer and said his conduct had been beenviolation beetiviolation <
violation of the rules of the court M MMayer 11 11Mayer
Mayer Vi 4gorousiy > rously dented th the charge a asaid i iMid
Mid he did not believe Mr Kurnler cvr cvrhenrd
henrd of such a thing thingMr thingMr
Mr Kumler said he would lat later r in tiT tiTday tiOday
day submit the proof proofN
N F Loughlin sales agent of the Wii Wiimington Wiicitaston
mington icitaston Malleable Iron works Wlimmc Wlitnington Wlimmcton
ton Del testified to the fact sf f his firtri firtrihaving ftrnhaving
having made some fasteners for Mr L DIcr i iler
ler Geoff and sail the price charges ehirgest w
25 t cents nt for fora a complete slide and iSSz I f fhalf fir < a ahalf
half slide Ho could not My what th thpovernment tigovernment
government did in the matter paytnc paytncthe payiTethe
the freight but declared his hisurn firm did not notpay nitpayit
pay payit it
Cost Twenty Cents CentsRaymond CentsBaymorid
Raymond Keebl Keebler r of Jenney Steinmets SteinmetsA
A Co of Philadelphia who formerly had haAbeen hadbeen
been connected with the Wilmington M MJeabie i ileable
leable Iron works said a price of o 20 O cents centseach conteach
each first was made madeLater madeLater
Later it was adjusted at 25 2 < nts art arta 2T 11 11t
a t cash rebate of 5 cents was alowed atwelprompt f fprompt
prompt pa pament > ment Both Jeniuy Ste tpmm nm z zCo aCo
Co and the Wilmington r0711 cnItni1V nny mtde mtdethe meist
the t lis fasteners he said for 1 > r I Cfroff CfroffMr rnff T TMj
Mr Mj Tagjgart read various end s to toGroff C CGrotftl
Groff for faateness tos togther ther with t tamounts tamounts
amounts received by them 1 la lie ordr ordrwere ord r rwere
were marked correct wit b i ainchT ainchTname ia tl ic a aname
name thereunder together with th ip ipproval p pp10111
proval of the first assistant postmater postmatergeneral T Tgeneral
general generalPREACHER
o S SPREACHER
PREACHER BLAMED FOR FORDELAWARE FORDELAWARE
DELAWARE LYHGH1MG LYHGH1MGDover
Dover Del Jan l lsTb The Thepresfovtery > > eWaSt eWaStpresbvterv
presfovtery decided today to try Rev R RA ItA
A Bwood of Wilmington Del Delcharges DelchargeS
charges in connection with the rveachi rveachiof reaehnof
of a sermon by him last Jut entit1 entit1Should < 2Jltr 2JltrShouldthe
Shouldthe Should the Murderer of Hei Bish p pbe pbe
be Lynched The trial will t ke place placein ptaeill
in the Presbyt Presbyterian riun churoh 11 i Newa Newatle 1 1tit
tit on Feb FebThe T TThe
The complaint against Ir LIW LIanU < J s sthat sthat
that ths sernvm o worked up as V ptitat i ithat
that the next niaht a > mob gathera gatheranegro gather ii iistormed
stormed the workhOtPe tOik nit crI crIWhite
White a negro who confis tflf rt IM I IsaUftig a asaUltiBg
saUltiBg and killing Helen Hishor Hishorburned r rburned >
burned htm to d death ath at the strtkc Steit
BODY POUND FLOATING FLOATINGPort
Port Angeles A W i nih h Jan i Th Thni he > n
ni Homer H Swaney was ri kd < i > i ithe J Jthe
the tug Bahada n0out n out 2 oVl o iok < k tins tinscr11000 Ills Illsertioon
ertioon tvo miles north of Diuig I 5 5light nu nulight
light and was brought to this tli ity 11 11taken av avtaken
taken in charge l > < Coroner W i < on r rbody i ibody
body was floating with > a steam = t ial iallife idlife
life preserver on Both his eye ye ar r g gbut abut >
but oth otherwise rwi the iwdy is in n u i > od st stot
ot preservatIon Mr Swaney was i as ITCS ITCSdeut hr hrdent
deut of the Pacific 5teel cotnpan of ini inidale I n ndale
dale and the Seattle Steel iron n npany m mpany
pany ot Seattle SeattleFOB Seattleoa
d
FOB oa KITING CHECKS CHECKSVumemucea CBECXSI
I tv Vumemucea Nov Jan < 4 h Its < r rf
1 f Wallace claiming P be a nrining mIiItfl Invest Investi lt ltI
I i troni Joseph Ore Or was arrested hero herofltv ht htI <
fltv I a a warrant charging him cth cthtninhg ith ithtaiiiiri >
taiiiiri motivy indr false preteuss prepI S k kUtalned V Viaf
iaf atalned 125 from a local saoon saoonH ni nia
H check drawn on x bank in Joseph Josephdispatch j pn pndispatch
dispatch to the si = h riff from K t the o t tbe
be obtained IHV here in it likt ilk inain inainWallace no noWallace
Wallace claims ho verurew with pvrm pvrmion p ni nisitu
situ > ion of the bank bankFIBEMEN bankPIBBMEN
FIBEMEN INTUSED INTUSEDCincinnati INJUBIDuinnati
Cincinnati O i > The large h v i > iii iiii t tr
i > f Mihalovitih ii I Etcher Co I iti > n Eas EasPearl Eatilearl
Pearl street used as a distill r u t rs rscompounding i ieulupoflhlding
compounding liquor was b i r d i iclay it itday
day Loss M5W I Joj 1 se e K HI HIIvae t tJaeh > <
Jaeh Ivae fh Bocklair firtnieii wr iv r rinJnrtb3 i iinjureff
injureff inJnrtb3 1 failing w eaiiS Bs > Uo ttoek ki s not notexpected t txpeetI
expected sto live lifty girI irls u umen iy iymen
men enjployftl in the th ixtfirj ixtr ixtrnn1 v tf tfrow S
nn1 narrew row csvarcs

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