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CANAL CANALTREATY CANALTREATYDivided TREATY TREATYT
Divided Opinion Oinionon T on r rDivided Presidents PresidentsRight PresidentsRightto
j Right Rightto to Withhold + Information InformalonDIGNIFIED InformationDIGNIFIED
DIGNIFIED DAY IN SENATE SENATEEJROEOSmOtf
EJROEOSmOtf StEASGED + PBBSI PBBSIDBNT PBBSIDBNT I IGPOSITION
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DBNT IS I5NO1 Jf03r A SBKTAlfT SBKTAlfTWASHINGTON BIVALA
WASHINGTON A I ASHING1OI Jan 28 2LThe The time timeof timecf
of the senate today was devoted devotedto
to U debate rather than to set setttn setI
I I ttn F1 I > hes on the tb attitude of the United Unitedtit
> tit tcs < = s toward the Panama involution involutionThfre irotuttOUI
I Thfre hr wae as a variation feoveyer in inthru Inhu
thru the discussion also bad sd riftrence riftrenceT
T TI the right tf the president to t with withhold withhu1J ¬
hold information called for by y thc th sen senitf
itf tf The fouadation of ttt tt controversy controversyah
< < ah the Democratic canons cU resolution resolutionailing resolutionalflng
i < ailing on the president to state stateMheth statehethrr
Mheth hethrr < r he has yet supplied all the theaprs
aprs in the archives bearing on the thePanama
Panama iI 1 IIlkt af aa aaTIc a aTtif >
TIc debate was opened by Mr M Cul Cult Cultrton
t trton > tar and was participa < < in by byitinnan byrItIa1
itinnan rItIa1 and Jxacon on the Dororatic DororaticuUom 1 O ratic ratickJ
kJ the thamber and iy MS8rS MS8rSuiorn
uUom Spooler and Lod Lodg > < > n njtIUb1jClLfl he heHpublkiin
Hpublkiin side The Democrat on oni
4 i tided for thf th right of the th senate to todemand tOieInLd
demand information in the flitnf pc session sessionof
of the executive bearing on fl treat treati tv ati5 ati5e
i > et e re th > IK s nate nat while the 1h Repub Republicans RpubI ¬
licans 1Ici spoke n defence of tnt ti discre discreii
ii I 1II < i of the president esIdent to withhold ln lnfvnation injrfltIOfl
fvnation fvnationVhfn jrfltIOfl I Ia
a Vhfn Mr Morgans resolution call ealliiijt call1J
1J iiijt UII for Minister Buchanans letter letteroncrrning letternrning
oncrrning amendment to the canal canalirvoty eanalty
I irvoty ty was laid before the < nate Mr AIrM j jMiijran
Miijran M an withdrew it saying that he hei i I
1 been informed that it ivas as the in initionof Inticnof
itionof the president to send zeutJr She Sheument
Jr < > ument to the enat > in executive executiveion eXCUiVeThe
ion ionTh
Th re reolutpn oluti > n of M Culberson in inHtued insuecd
< Htued at th > instance of o th > Dttro Dttroa
a < a atiI tic caucus requesting the pnfca pittUt pittUtt > nt ntf
f in inform form the senate whether al all th this thisrr
1 rr respondent pndence relntlnir to iro eon
utitfon ot en n tsuimian canal i in h5 h5Ii
n sm to the senate sefla was taken up hItlr
Mr f miom ZJflO cibjwted to L the rcoluti r3PUtjfl r3PUtjfltoo n
i > too broad a us to date an ani < l in a his 1isiggestion
suggestion Mr rulberon anvnJefMt anvnJefMtas
> as to O limit tht th reiueet f < II r corre correlence ciirtI
I Iz1enee < lence since June 2 S 19K 19 e date dater dateih
r > th approval of the Spoonr at atPublicity atPubUcity
Publicity Optional OptionalMr
Mr M CiiUont then suggested that thati
t i resolution be further amended so sot H Ht
t t relieve tlv president resdent from thsjiity th thlI
I sjiity of s ndlnst iidtn information to tonijily toitY
> nijily itY xhichvould in in hia hi opinion pfliOfl be bempatible beI
I mpatible with the publi interest interestIi
Ii Ir CuiliersoR ieclinei to o accept this thismfiidment thisnIdfleflt
mfiidment and made n a speech in snp snport ii
I ort of his objection and IP favor of ofhe f fadoption
he adoption of If the resolution at it itix itMr
ix d Mr OuUom assured Mr Cut CulTip Cut1wrtin
Tip 1wrtin r on thai whether his mendmetit mendmetitis
is ai aepted eptettE ior > r not the agnate nate will willull willill
ill the information there is in the theKpartment therIrtment
Kpartment rIrtment ptrtiuent to thy tb general generaliUHion
iUHion iUHionMr 12 tItIfl tItIfli
Mr i r Hal ad advoeatA attd tbe he amendment amendmentM
M TUlmao ontended that there thereh therehi1iffeitc i iiliffertniie
iliffertniie Itween t Hween negotfcitionfe a ad ada t1 t1ati
ati a t iss luT aS Iullom contended that thath
h uresidpnt a s tb tJw beaci hea of o > branch branchthe branchr
r the t he govern geven1nent no in haa rights which whichtain whichin
tain in to t hi h14 office exclusively exclusivelyur
< 4Ur > ur friends on the other side he heAm hetr
Am tr on seek after a week or two of ofitixtiring offlI
< itixtiring flI I1flg to get someadvantage some advantage They
lioii e catch the president in an un untruth unft ¬
truth ft 11 hut they vonU succeed for thre threii
ii I t r iis in the White House a presi presiiif pr si siwho
< iif who was less liable iiab t to be found fn fnfi in1
fi > 11 1 i predicament predicamentMr
Mr 4ull 4uIhereoiI rsoit disclaimed any inter interMD
t MD III of reflecting ujyonthe ulan the presidents presidentsrarjty presidentsrsdty
rarjty and atlded tat the resolution resolutionnot
< Li not Justify su swh < h an Ln interpretation interpretationMi
Mi tullom gave ate a 9uranoes that the thei thetIrmalion
i formation sought would be forthcom forthcomin Yorthromsir
in
sir Mr ibrman < replied re lied saving thit thitilierf thti
ilierf i is is not now i in3 there is not lik likly bkJ >
J ly in t l b > e a resolution to be presented on onthis oIlthjs
this side of the chamber which is not notonj notcWI
onj h hcd > d in the most respectful lan lanKuagf Ianguag
Kuagf We have too high a respect for lorthat forthat
that high office to jursue any other otherjr8e othercourse
course courseiI < < jr8e jr8eHe
He iI Mated that the discretionary discretionaryclause discretionaryclause
clause had ben purposely omitted frota frotathi froiathi
thi resolution hut said that th > omis omissi omissi
si n was as no Indication of a desire to re reft reOn ¬
ft on the president presidentPresident presidentPresident
President Is Not Servant ServntMr j jMr i
Mr Aldrich suggested that the r rr rrit sv svHiion
Hiion it tIIfl should toe so amended as not ot otiiielude j
i < include papers covering present ne nestfntions e ethtions
stfntions thtions which may now be on and
Mr ionnan repiiea that ne had not notb notI
b I i < heard that such negotiations negotiationsr
u r m progrooj He was delighted to tohnr tothat
hnr thai such was the case and he heh
1 h iid for the honor enor of the country that thatt
t iugitiaBiona would be pressed to a asuccessful aCLII
successful CLII 5StU1 rutatittation rutatittationMr ulmtratlonMr
Mr Gotman < i rman said that Mr Cullom Cullomshould Cullornsh
should sh U1l not be b so sensitive about the thepi theT
T pi Jssideitt > i < j m That official could take care careoi
oi himself and no senator should refuse refuset
T t tl < v gif giv his assent nt 10 a request for the theftjllesn
r ftjllesn possible information on a ques quest5im questhIn
thIn so important importantThere importantI
I There is no insinuation In the reso resolution reso1uiIIL
lution hf saW and why hesitate hesitateaVtut hesitateI
I ftI aVtut Ut Its page paMfteeMr pageMr
Mr Spooner pooner replied to 11 Mr r Gorman GormanThe tormanTb
The Tb resolution he said was va under understood understood ¬
stood < to o be the rruU of the colleciive colleciivecivilization colIeeivecivilization
civilization ot the Democratic sid side of ofth oftb
th senate He did rot adopt the sug sugJ5etion
J5etion PStIOII of Mr Cullom that th h r < was wasan wasan
an ulterior motive in its introduction introductionfor
for fe h kn r how absolutely gullel gulleltat guilciesa guilciesatI
tat senator from Miryland and the sen senator ¬
ator kr from Texas are re in matter poiiti i ioal
oal sl H4 ie could net restrain the th thought thoughtthat noughtthat
that possibly there was a pur puro os of ofusing
USfl using th nuttier on n the stuut stuutrh ump umpTh
Th prealdert if not Mr Spooner Spoonerargued pooner poonerargued
argued the servant of the senate and andtn andtIll
tn < senate toultl not command and al t1 j jthough
though the senate is a part of the thetieatymaking
treatymaking pow power er the president is Isslill
I still the head of a oordinate brami bra n j j jof I Iof
of th government and could excreie excreieiuhority < x roi roiuhority
uhority In hi his own sphere of duty dutyin dutyin
in conclusion Mr Fpooner poar s said aid I Iint 1IfltIld
int IfltIld nd to vote now and always no mat matter I
ter te vh is president because it is the theintfrest theIfltrSt
intfrest of the rountry and is respect respectful respectful ¬
ful and decent t tO > the president for a j I
proposition of amendroeat leaving to toth toth
th < Jlp lir < T < tlon of th rertdeW > th right rightto j
to withhold any papers which h ° bo be bei i iHev
i A Hev ljes s should not be made public publicMI puhlliM
MI M i Lodge supported the pavilion pesi t Ihfl tak ttkf i ien
f en by Mr Hpooner
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4 lxndon Jan 38 ExciUment has ha f f fs
s 4 4 been caused In an circles at the dfs 4 4
4 4 cjvery jvery that a jilver iv r statuette of Net 4
4 4 tort supposed to bav hare been pre 4 >
+ seated to Oeocgr III and which wa 4
4 Xlrcnxid recently for feTJO L idd by b sub 4
4 crJption the king and the Prince of 4
L 4 Wales Val4 5 subscribing for presentation presentationthe 4
4 > I th the Royal Service institution tn in III 4 4reiluy
T 4 reiluy liy th work of a young sculptor 4
4 4 < > ti tdent < 1fnt Richard farlx arts ai y > was 4
j 4 ii > vU iJ I iw > yt VIF ar IKI arnc is isrF n 4
4 i rrn rF IQs f or r this thI foisting if f hi tiIt 4 4 4T
T 4 4 work i n th lIlibli > ubil < + f
TALKING PEACE PEACEREADY PACEREADY
READY FOR WAR WARRussias WARRUssia
RUssia Reply to Japans Lat Latevst Latt
evst t Notf NotSoOn Soon Expected ExpectedBOTH Expectedf ExpectedBOTH
f
BOTH SIDES ARE PREPARING PREPARINGBELIEF PREPARING4T
4T 4TBE1BP
BELIEF H3IAT tAT BAJPTIB ATTL CBY WILL WILLSOON WXLLI
I SOON BBHBABD BBHBABDTOKIO BBBBARDS
S
T Janl JI l lt tat anticipated anticipatedthai antki
TOKIO 1 thai th t the4 e o i of Btteeia to Ja Japani itpan
pani pan i lt lit ttp i0 jtlll i1J reach Toklo Toklonot Toklonot
not later than e londmy Besides Besidesthe Bealdeathe
the intimation conveyed to Baron De DeRosen
Rosen the Jlne Rpos4 Hfl mittiater at this thiscapital thiscapital
capital that aft early njAy was de desired desired ¬
sired Minister Kurloo at St Peters Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg called on foreign Minister Lams Lamsdorft Laindorff
dorft and poiiteiy Itei requested a response
Count Lanwdorff promised that the re reply reply ¬
ply of hs government vern1nent would be deliv delivered deilvered ¬
ered within a few AKys It Is reported reportedthat rorte rortethat
that the Russian tntpertei council will willdiscuss willdiscuss
discuss the questions qetI n involved before beforethe beforethe
the czar today and zid if aa itnmedlate itnmedlatedecision unicdIatedecision
decision is reafbed re bhd the note may ar arrive arnyc ¬
rive nyc in Tokkk 09 o gaturday gaturdayRussias turdty turdtyltusstas
Russias resiwilee respgeIs is eagerly awaited awaitedand awaitedand
and if it shoitfg prove unsatisfactory unsatisfactoryto
to Japan an intniedlate declaration of ofwar ofwar
war seems unavoidame The Japanese Japanesefrcl Japeneseftel
frcl that the entire responsibility for forthe forthe
the outcome rest rests wltfc Angst AngstPome bWMatome
tome doubt is I expressed etpres tbt JluseU JluseUproperly tusetaproierIy
properly appreciate the deterJiaaation deterJiaaationa
a and d temper of the Jaixaneae Japmtenepe poopte e and andit andft
it seems incredible that Baron DeReeen DeReeenhas tiefloseahas
has failed to correctly Inform the gov government govarnment ¬
ernment at St t Petersburg of the situ situation situatien ¬
ation
Mikado Baising1 Money MoneyJapan 1qneyJapan
Japan is bitsy er ectlng a a financial financialprogramme Ilnancialpiogramme
programme I The TII announced tssa uneed plan to toissue toissue
issue bonds and increase netse taxation taxationmeets taxationmeets
meets with popular approval tout some someobjections someobjections
objections have been inatie to the pro proposed proPOd ¬
posed method of procedure as well as asto asto
to the redemption plan It is ex expected experted ¬
pected that ti Anal details will be besotted
sotted soon
Premier PremIerKatsqe Kutstim and the other mom memInsrs momhors
j hors of the Japaaeoc cabinet will en enj Ofttettain
j tertain at dinner tonight tisIht a number of ofprominent
i prominent bankttte f f the empire who whohave whohve >
have gathered at the capital to din discuss dincuss ¬
cuss the financial situation and assist assistin
in the perfecting the governments pro programme prograuimc ¬
gramme Tomorrow the premier and andcabinet adcabinet
cabinet ill iI give a dinner 10 a group groupof groepof
of miltto mIfltIihe atee flfiagajers and nd President PresidentI PreskentM1suwQ
I MUsnwp of tttfejlyik t K ct < jf Japan will willg1e
i give a bjUMWet Wpte I e visiting bank bankers bankcr5 ¬
ers ut wMrk la ragtIolta aiiknta and lno lnouye lnouyeformer ye yeformer
former mlnnltan niinIrpr pf finance will de deliver deleer ¬
liver addreaaag addreaaagThe ddre55O ddre55OThe
The Marquis Ifo MatSHkata and andOeneral andOeneral
Oeneral Yanmgs a members of the im imperial tinpenal ¬
penal hwrceboig finance council had hadan hadan
an audience with tile emperor today todayat tojisyat
at which bIch it Itwg wa decided that the im imiperial taterl
iperial erl ousehj jif should subscribe to toe
the e governWwSK emergency bonds bondsu1d
1 u1d Id thtr th ie e 1saue4 It w ww aade aadecd e ewhat
cd hDw what amount stxfttid shdWdbe stxfttidtr
be taIp Itnrnke the empsrpr empsrpra
a pernssdetIthe tr the proposed proposedTlie proposedp proposedTe
p
Tlie gwenwnent is reoplTiag receI1ln many manyni ninnybirhe
ni fcnMte bonds btdsii4 aad it is expect expected expectedtt l lt
tt t the ISBte will be 0vers overatibcrtbed overatibcrtbedseveral bcrtbed bcrtbedseveral
several timeii timeiiBUSSIAS th et etEUSSIAS
BUSSIAS POLIO POUCYAttitude POLIOAttitude
I Attitude Pacific While Hurrying WarPreparations War WarPreparations
Preparations PreparationsSt PreparationsPetersburg
St Petersburg Jan 26 atA A special speciallU4Pt speciallU4Ptln meet meeting ¬
ing ln of the council of state under uer the thepresidency thepratideney
presidency of the Grand fluke Aleadsr Aleadsrconsidered A1eX15tconsidered
considered tp subject for an hour and andhalf a ahalt
half today and reached conetaelons which whichwill Whkbwill
will be b drafted for submission to the thecaar thecaere
caar caere s ftaal approval approvalAiraoMg approcal4iussg
AiraoMg those present were Foreign Min MinWer Un Unf1Iar
Wer Lamadorff Lmmsdorff War Minister Kuropat KuropatklnVic KuropaLkin
klnVic kin Vies Admiral Avelhuie head of the theadmjrak theadIIrIt
admjrak department Admiral Abana Abanaexecutive Abazaexecthe
executive chief ef the ootwartttee of the thefar thefar
far MUM General Sakharoff eti bIOf f of the thearmy thearmy
army staff and M L Hartwis chief of ofthe ofthe
the palace dfrtsfeis dfrtsfeisGrand dt1boiGrand
Grand DjiRe Alexis will draft the re report report ¬
port which WIICb1 K Is i believed will receive the theHignatures theslgni4ureh
Hignatures of ttk Ute meatbers of the council counciland counciland
and he sent to tM czar tomorrow It i ihardly is ishitily
hardly probablelhU the reply win be betransmitted betransmitted
transmitted to Oawan before Jan Janby Janbc
bc onUare 4t the coneluMons reached reachedby
by the th council oowtclts te carefully guarded but butsemiofficial butsemIoffIcial
semiofficial assurances were given that thatthe thatthe
the subject wa wao considered in a pacific pacificpirtt pacificspirit
spirit and with a determination to do doall doall
all possible to preserve pee and to sue successfully sueeessfuIy ¬
cessfully terminate the negotiations negotfatioiMIt
It is significant that Count Lamsderff Laniedorffhas
has arranged te receive the Japanese Japaneseminister Japanesetelnister
minister MKurtao at tU oclock tonighC tonighCMOBB tonlahtMOR
MOBB MOR WARLIKE WABLIKEla
la Paris Situation Appears to Be Past
Adjustment AdjustmentParis
Paris Jim 2 United States Ambas Ambassador Ambas5540r ¬
sador Potter had another lengthy talk talkwith talkwith
with Foreign Minister DeJeacee today todaygoing todaygoing
going over the latest phases of th the Itus ItussoJapanese Itun50JapaneSe
soJapanese situation M NeBdoff the theRussian
i Russian t ambimdtUlor and Prince yon yoni ton tonndolin
i Randolin ndolin the ambjioaador of Germany Qerraanycalled Germanycalled
called at about tHe same thee The nw forleer
1 met firmly beMevBa Uie h aars influence InfluencewIP
I wiH l lead a < to a pacific adJa adjustment tH ent bat batother betother
other officials of the embassy do not notshare notshare
share the ambassadors views and are m Inclued
f clued to believe that war will result resulti OU1tPrince
i Prince Randoiin vytto bo was stationed d at atStv atsk
Stv Pe Ptersbur bur r tor r a lone time and who whois
i is laminar wfth wtt joourt Influences constd constders conaldera
ers that the war element is likely kely to get getthe getthe
the upper hand handGovernment handGovrnifleflt
Government opinion here remains un unchanged Unchanged ¬
changed the officials holding that the thesituating thealtuatiod
situating to h mere warlike but that it t has hasnot hasnot
not parsed beyond t be chance of diplo diplomatic diplomatte ¬
matte adjustment It can be asserted assertedpoeltively
positively that France shares the view viewof viewof
of the rutted States British and nd other otherorerojnents othergoterlpnents
orerojnents that no joint mediation Hi Hiif Indesirable
desirable if ruble a as it probably would irritate trrItatthe
the sHtuatfon but that each power should shouldi
use it Its influence through its own diplo diplomatic diploniatic ¬
matic channel towards the malnten
ame of peace peaceBUSSL4 pOSCORUSSIA
RUSSIA BUYS BEEF BEEFThree
Three Traialoads Tralnlo 4sArriv Arrive at San Fran Francisoo Frandeco
deco For Shipment ShipmentSan
San a Franristfo Ira nriato Jan A Three special specialKansun
freight traltis hpxe just arrvd here from
Kansun City itY and Oytaha Oah with a lar larusrtUy large
usrtUy of mass beef destined for the
tVKSitui army 4u the Orient In the three threetrain threetrains
train th there rr was an qu aggregate of about abouteventv ubouteVefltv
eventv cars ear an an4 < they eontatnecl wet
3 lowI < W > ff > pounds of beef The train came camewe
we in y fast time in order that the btef btefcouM btfeoui
couM ft nrrled across the Pariflr < > n ntbc
the Mtraraer ruling from iem here the tnd of ofthis
this month rtj or early in February Februar Thl Thllargt Thirlarge
large shipment is to he split in two on onb onIi
Ii b < > ther side half going to Port Arthur Arthuriiv Arthurthe
iiv < the remaInder r to Vladlvostock
Japan in Market Also AlsoHouston AlsoJIOUStOIl
Houston Tex Jan i A shipment f fSWi ft6Oo
SWi bulvrs f 1f > f cotton HeMae d stlnel 1 for Japan Japanleft Japanloft
left here tonight via the Southern Pacific Pacificfor
for Can an Fraitetee The shipment re reouir reouirad
ouir ouirad d fortyone cgr and to a record o
i far s as the Oriental trade is concerned eoncerneiManila
Manila Jan The Japanese govern ivcrn ivcrnmen i
ment men ie buying buyingcaltie cattle to the Philippine Philippineteton
teton islands
YOUlNTG YOUNGtIA itAS HOST HOSTPhoeniK XOSTPhoenix
Phoenix Arts Jan St 3SOrmau Xorman OdelL OdelLa
a young man from New York 1 9 years yearsiii I
oli who came torizona for his health I I
d1sapsttted iii ap r J Ott < > n Jaeft J Id from the ranch of 1 i
T r I Riarkmer aft a Buckrye foriy fori y milr milrfist ml1 = j IWINt
WINt fist of f Phoenix ndeli went to t ut ora orai rn i I
< < i a 4 quarter of a t mile distant from trfltthy j
the house and has not been seen since j
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AMPLI ATRFOR IRRIGATION IRRIGATIONI
r I 4 4Comprchesive
Comprehensive Pl P1in n to Increase Utahs Farm Area < Ex Exploited Exploited ¬
ploited in Washington WaslUngton6overnmcnt Government Aid Delfred Delfredto Dercdto
to turn Rivers and Hold Floods
Special to The Herald HeraldyASBINQTON heraldt
t A yASBINQTON ASfflNGTOK D C Jan 2S 2gA 2gAvv A Aconference
vv conference was held today in inSenator inSehtor
Senator Kearn eonunitteeroom eonunitteeroomat
at the cfpitol between betweentt tate Engineer EngineerDorenu EngineerDorentus
Dorenu Mi F t RielmrdH Senators SenatorsKearns SenatorsKearns
Kearns and Snoot and Kepregentative KepregentativeHowelL PepreentatIveHowell
HowelL The conference was called for forthe forthe
the purpose of cas cazktedng riderln the most mostavailable mostavailable
available plan of Irrigatlou for Utah Utahunjder ttahiitter
unjder the reciamatioH act Jlr Dore Doren Dorelrfl4
n lrfl4 presented the Achgtne on behalf behalfof
of the arid land recl rerImntIon nmtlon fund com commiaslon cornmission
mission of Itah together with a num number numher ¬
her of profiles maps and data in ex explanation oxplnation ¬
planation Two meeting i were tere held heldone heldone
one in the morning mornln sfitlressfcd by Mr MrDoremus MrDorezns
Doremus and one in Ufe afternoon at atwhich atwhich
which Mr Richard presented another anotherphase anotherphaneof
phase phaneof of the plan After a general die dlscus diecuntion
cus cuntion ion by members of the Utah dele delegation ddegatlon ¬
gation it was unanimously unaninioUs1 voted to ap approve approve ¬
prove the plan presented Messrs
UTAHNS TO SEE OPERA OPERAMany OPERAMany
Many Westerners Drawn to toNevv toNew
New Yonk inParsifalian inParsifalianPilgrimage i ParsifalianPilgrimage
Pilgrimage PilgrimageSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldNew HeraldNew
New York Jan 38 STbe The advance advanoaguard advanceguard
guard of the American ParslfaUaa ParslfaUaaPitgrimafe ParsifaliazPi1r1mae
Pitgrimafe arrived tn u this city thii thiiaXtsrnoon tb tbafternoo
aXtsrnoon They co cte > ne t atteml tenl tlnj tlnjper tk tkperformab
performab per orntaece e 9f the sreiit rt oyera next Jetweek nextweek
week Ii 14 the party of wgeternarg 0 jtHtt jtHttarrived t tarrived
arrived during the da dy y was Mrs Bam Bamacquainted Barnberger
berger o Salt Lake fli She 1 well wellacquaInted
acquainted with Hitarich JDanried op operatic oJeratic ¬
eratic director of the ifatrppolltan ifatrppolltanopera f tropolttan tropolttanopera
opera house houseWe houseWe
We westerners hare tfpme a long
distance to see Parsifal said saidOut she sheOut >
Out west everybody fs extremely anx anxious naxions ¬
ious to hear your oparn and I know knowof knowof
of at least tttty talc westerners who whoare whoare
are her to attend the nttxt perform performances performnacee ¬
ances of Parsifal I ara ure thai If Ifit ifIt
it were taken to Utah it would make makea
a tremendous hit hitMONEY MtMONEY S
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MONEY FOUND OH A AMURDERED AS
S MURDERED MiSER ffltSERChicago MiSERChIcago
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Chicago Jan With < bllfe bli of large largedenominations largedczoinitionp
denominations amountuig in ail to n mere merethan ore orethan
than IM9 sewed in his igloThfng August AugustOrtman AugustOrtjnan
Ortman has b been fouM 1oujiI dpsd in the thesqualid thesqualid
squalid little rear room of otblshome his home
RECORD BREAKING RUN RUNFast RUNFastt
Fast Fastt Time Made by Special SpecialTrain SpecialTrain
Train Carrying Mr Clark to toDying toDying
Dying Wife in New York YorkChicago YorkChicago
Chicago Jan 2SThe The Santa anta Fe special specialon
on which CharlesW Charle W Clark started hi a arecordbreaking arecordbreaking
recordbreaking attempt to reach the bad badside bd1de
side of his dying wife In New Yorlc Yorlcreached ork orkreached
reached r htcsgo at liO p m today Mr
Clark bad be been n notified of his wifes wifesdeath wifesdeath
death Mr r Clark was exhausted on onachine oneabing
eabing achine Chicago HaUoataed H hoarded a lake lakebore LakeShore
Shore bore 3fc Michigan Southern train thie thieafternoon thieafternoon
afternoon and resumed his Journey to
New York YorkI V VTopeka
i I Topeka Knit Jan JanW W J Black Blackgeneral Blackgenerslpa5nefler
general generslpa5nefler passenger and tUkee agent of the theSanta theSanta
Santa Fe says concerning the Clark ape spectel
ctel train which refphajl Chicago this thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon It waa wa tie j tsteaL tiesy rn run ever evermade evermade
made on our road teWdff airfhliv alt thIis Into Intoconsideration Intocons1degion
consideration The tSfft trTh ftftillbu ftftillbut ft Aibu Aibuquorqize
quorqize eIItdldZy mOruIa at 43 and andreached
reached Chicago teda at 14O m The Therun
t run of f J 14 tt mUss warf ws man mails Urerefore in inI inthirtysevn
I thirtyseven hours andJmeon an i lfteGn minutes minutesf minutesThis
f This is an avefagu aVeta or frtyfduf and a ahalf
I half miles an hoary hour tBcttnjjM an 11 stops stopsJ stopsand
J and delays delaysrh
The rh most remarKable teatttre of the thej thetrains
i j trains flight was its Kr grt at apafid through throughfns
the mountains fns It did d IrtClsrltork hCgr Work there therej
j t ban on the level country farther east eastThe st stI
I The xperial cro09 erod d iu Uit jnountaini jnountain iflOUHtIflranges
i ranges including tike e CMtuntll C 11 divide dividethe
the vartou alttttiM aIt1t hffil b flY f li 74fS 74 and at at7Ow
70 7Ow feet above sa s fev eL > S odDlny4 a RyaTVW RyaTVWencountered were wereencountered
encountered in lite motiHt moijtiijiis 1it6 and the
I I Kneed made wjs wi eoaiotlniig 5 5g as now In rail >
r rd > ad rxiieri experincee nffS JC tTO ti inmp nme approxi approximate
t mate p peed ed had been inMttaiiWd I nIid east of ofthe
the mountains the 4ram tr t iaid ald have havercahed
I rvafhwl Chicago tour hOtfps sooner rooferMileb
Much oi the dhniinee dZstltflfdtOSs Across Kansas Kansasdone
was done a a mile ft rijtaQte speed A Anoticeable
noticeable thing about thj 115 race ajr agillust lost lostd
d death ath wns the quJcJcn qolekuess ei of our ur engine engiftemen enginemen
men in changing enffines for the special specialat
at th > division points pointsSanta pointsSanta
Santa F Ie > officials ar QJ niu mieh h gratified gratifiedOVT
OVT th the < vhowiag 54flV5 flMio bj Cfflfe trafa in n
brpakln past recorer hut We can do i
better
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SUBVEY OP 5pU BOUNDARY BOUNDARYWashlhgton DAIiY DAIiYWashington j
Washington Jan Js 8S4JTbe inttrior j
department has ha arrtl arrafliiu1 fta fojr a 3 com centplete j
plete surrey of tije tounriary line be betweet j jCarpenter
tweet I4gho and Moitiina and How Howant
ant F Carpenter orCaUfornin o Cnljfornin has haebeen
been appointed Unitedlffiates United itates surveyor surveyorCOnduct
to conduct theHork ilho Dh itirvey ui ey it ts tsexr isexectei I
exr exectei > ecteu A ill takeVijiotj take tbotit iEWA tiso yestrsi yesrrln4ier j i
Tndtr th the c contract < mtractptb tbr govemtnem goveiuiuiitiLt f
wjii iLt jn tarpenter arpensr at the rate of tftO 1111fLII j
fur very mile of bouijdarx perm I Iently
nently etlabliahed
Doremua and Richards lUeh will have hear hearing hearlug ¬
lug before Prof JSenreU ewolt t tntorr ntorrbw W a awtich tit titwtieh
wtich the entire eubject bject will bfr thor thoroughly thoroughi ¬
oughly exploited exploitedThe S
The plan as outWnerJ to th t aelega 4e1athin aelegatlon
thin by Messrs DoVenwis and K4ohards l4tihardnItt
10 sMtotantially as s stated to yes es esdtapetehen eja ys ysdispatches
dispatches and contemplates tI h iBH iBHzation ittiltnation
nation of Bear river and its tiibutftrias tiibutftriason tributarIon
on the north Duchcsne river and Itstrlbuttles its itstributaries
tributaries on the south toe two to tobe tobe
be connected by suflcient canate e etending ex extending ¬
tending along the uppy it henchek fer fertlie 53 53tite
tlie steeper slopes of ttwrViwatch ra rpge rpgefrom ge gefrom
from the mouth of < rf SP peia Bii I Fork can canyon ianyen ¬
yon on the north t tO the ntftuth Dutk of Bear Bearriver etr etrtiter
river canyon The plan include the tjieutilization theutilization
utilization of Ttah w nd d Bear lakev lakevStrawberry Ialeswhich
which will be convered1ni reMroizn reMroiznStrawberry
Strawberry valley will toe usefl liaete 1e store storethe st re j jthe
the waters of Duchfwie rlyer rI er a and d itstributaries its itstributaries
tributaries this s sapply pply to be ettbse ettbseSpanish subsequently
quently conveyed t Utah valley by bySpanti
Spanish Pork river riverIri Iri
MORMOHURCHISUNDER FIRE FIREProminent
Prominent Utahn in Washington Declares That Federal FederalS
H S Government Could Do Nothing Greater 6r ater to Injure This ThisateThan ThisS
S 4tarLeThan ateThan to PressJnvestlgation of Smoot Case
i Special to t The Herald HeraldASHINGTQN
1
lASmNGTOK Jan 2S 1t l do dovy not notknow
vy know anything ytbhtg which the federal federalI federalgovernmeqt
I government could do within its itsTight Itsright
Tight that coiiid injure Utah more than thanthe thanthe
the Inveetigation which has been de decWed doeMed
cWed upon bythe ii the committee of pete jwivilege peteliege
S liege and elections In the matter of ofcharges
charges concerning the election of San Ssnator Sanator
ator Smoot said a a prominent Utartn Utartnnow
now in Washington and intimately
identified with the interests Qf f the state statej Stateof
j Of course he continued It is well wellknown wellcnown
known cnown that it is the Mormon church churchabd i iand
and not Senator Smoot that is under
lire That he is or ever was a t pplyg pplygamist
amist ito o one has ever seriously be ¬
lieved Iievd The people who a ate re back of this thiapersecution thispersecution
persecution for it is not a prosecutionpreferred prosecution prosecutionpreferred
preferred certain charges which I be
Senator Snoot fairly and an4square1y squarely
met They now desire a fuller oppor opportunity oportuflity ¬
tunity for the enemies of the theohtjrch church to topresent topresent
present themselves and spread jpppn the therecords therecords
records their grievances both saZ al and
fancied against individuals tpd td the
All the ancient and cur
I VAN COlT OH COMING BACKSenator BACK BAGKSenator
Senator Smoots Chief Counsel CounselRetires CounselRetires
Retires From the Case For ForGood ForGood
Good Reason ReasonSpecial
4 Special to The H HrakL jFaM jFaMWaahJagten + S
+ Washington Jan 2Sp 2SjQwlng fing t te j S
4 the press rent of his law jira iiratioc tlde in 4 t S
4 + Utah it is understood that Wai 41 4 4S
4 4 detnar Van Cott will not eonWnye 4 S
4 as one of Senator Smoots counsel 4 4S
4 in the ensuing Investigation It 4 4S S
4 wa was Mr Van Cotts impression 4 4 S
4 4 when he first took the case that 4 44the 4tie
4the + tie matter would be settled by 4 4S
4 the answer of Smoot to the 4 4S S
4 charges and he did not anticipate 4 4S S
4 that the committee would take 4 4the S
4 the action it did when it ordered 4 f
4 a sweeping investigation investigationVAK 4 4VAN 5
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VAN DtJSEB WANTSJTO SB SBWaahingtoQ
Washington Jan Ja fl 28 Z8Bepreseatative Z8BepreseatativeVan Representative RepresentativeI S
I Van Duser of Nevada Introduced ares aresolution a r s
j kolntioti olution today inquiring ifnny supjifle
I for the postofflce department are umde ipadeby umdeby
by convict labor laborj S S
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4 4
j I 4 DRUGS WH WILL L OT Ti = OTJ +
5 5Chicago
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4 Chicago Jan 28 2SDrtrg Drug t9g tr f f fS
4 mont is useless in cases Q ot JUtsfc 1fll1 4 S
4 monia The medical profIpflfar profeaRlfil 5 r4 r4i4 +
i4 + far as medicines are enncarn cj 4 4S
4 + can be of no assistance In tie 4 S
4 fight against this tee4seJ The 4
4 Kroner the profession will tve 4
4 knowledge this to the public and 4
4 set to work to dlsroveis diceoveromtspe gorn ape 4 4rifle
4 rifle to s rove ve pneumonia rs ttttents > lnts 4
4 the better for all co coeciirned cfirned 4 4 44I S
4 This startling statement bv Dr 4 4
4 A D B vai who stands nislrln 4 4I
4 the I hc profession has stjrr stirrtcUnp its the 4
4 members of the Chlcacgta SIeUie Modleal l 4
4 society attheir at their meeting 4
4 several physician vsiraiiE ang to 4 4their
4 th their > ir feet tc protest against this +
4 arraignment All tsd tti > asiJmrt iipJ 4
4 however that there is no definite 4
4 remedy known and they btotert 4 4their
4 their protest solely on th > C0tl crn 4 4
4 tention that they might iniCt niiuoo ue 4
4 th tatifui faorabIy 11 rably bf i
4 s < > < u hat i n < by th tht mot Tfloj1kf
4 of tiieu jit esvute uitiK f a 4 T
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CONFESSED CONFESSEDTO TO THEFT THEFTOregon
THEFTS
Oregon Short Line LinePostal Postal Clerk ClerkArrested ClerkArrested S
Arrested For Rifling Wail WailPouches MailPouches
Pouches PouchesSpecial S
Special Ui The Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne IVyo Jan 28 2WflhInJ 2WflhInJWikeek WiiliftirtJ WiiliftirtJWiteeck
Witeeck the CheyennePocatello rail railway ¬
S way postal xterk Ierk who was arrested in inPocktello hiPettllo I
Pocktello Sunday charged with rob robWair roblfliii
lfliii Wair the mails was taken ibefore Unit United ¬
ed Slates Court iomrniationvr ommis iomT D ft W WGill Wmti
Gill today Witeeck waived the ex examination ¬
amination and was bound over in the thegum th thpunt i
gum of 3 0 which was furnished by byfrlrtnds bi bifriands
frlrtnds and Wilseck was released releasedThe relnesedThe
The authorities state that WilseckJ WilseckJhas
has made a complete confession at the thecrime thecrime
crime and has told how he extracted extractedhe etra ted tedmone1
he money from the several letters that thutWere thatwere
Were robbed It is also learned that thatVilsecks thatiiiIsecka
Vilsecks thefts were not extensive extensivearid extensiveM
arid M that the amount taken will not notaggregate notaggregate
aggregate more than flOO flOOrue 100 100The
The clerk will probably have an im immediate mtmedIate ¬
mediate trial He will plead guilty guiltygild guiltyziad
gild will throw himself upon the mercy mercjof mercyat
of the court In all probability he hewill hewill
will not get more than one year in the thepenitentiary thepenitentiary
penitentiary
rent slander against Mormonism will be bebrought h r
brought out and such matters as the thefountain theLountaIn
fountain Meadow massacre the ridic ridicnlous ridieIoua
nlous Ioua charge of kidnaping women etc etcwill etcwill
will be seriously stated and as seriously
listened to and recorded Thus the thepublic thepublic
public will from day to day be fed with withstuff witht
stuff t after the investigation opens opensbe
whiet to Gentiles living in Ltak would wouldbe
be ludicrous were it not for the injury
it will do the state commercially commercIallyIn
In addition additlop these hearings will be
placed in document form which can be beprinted beprInted
printed practically without expense un under nittier ¬
tier the rules of congress and which whichcan whichcan
can be mailed without expense These Thesewill Thesewill
will be circulated broadcast through throughout throughout ¬
out the country and I am speaking speakingseriously speakingseriously
seriously when I say they will consti constitute constithe ¬
the the largest contribution to anti antiMormon antiMormon
Mormon literature yet placed on record recordThere recordThere
There is another feature of the case casethat easethat
that should net be overlooked This in investigation investigatlon ¬
vestigation will cripple and I believe it itwas Itwas
was calculated to do HO the missionary missionaryand
and proselyting activities of the Mor Mormoite Moemona
mona and I would not be surprised at atrecurrences aticurrouees
recurrences of the outrages heretofore heretoforeperpetrated heretoforeperpetrated
perpetrated upon Mormons in isolated isolatedMaces isolatedplaces
Maces
1 ioi PLOT TO WRECK TRAINS TRAINSDiabolical TRAINSDiabolical
Diabolical Work Against South Southern Southem ¬
ern em Pacific Railroad in in Cal California California ¬
ifornia Detected DetectedFresno
Fresno Cal Jan A tThere There have beer beerMate beersome
Mate new developments in connection connectionwith S
with the sensational story ator that an anonv anonvmem S SS
mean letter writer has been in communi communieatten conununtcation S
eatten with Southern Pacific officials
threatening that unless HOOW lO000 were n ore paid
him every train on the line between Ixw
I Aite5 An eleg and Stockton would be wrecked wreckedie S
it appears that five such threatening let
1 tern have gone ie through the malls four
I I from Fresno and the other from the ad ¬
joining county of Madenu It is for this thisreason thisreasen S
reason that the detsctives are swarming
hereabouts on an investigation of Ate Atecase theeaae
case They have learned one other im important ImS ¬
portant fact That S
was the discovery last
Friday of a cache ft percussion caps in a acabIn j
cabin not far from the z he Calwa winery winerysoutheast j
southeast of town The cabin had been beenoccupied beenoccupied
occupied by two hobo hoh the last known knownconcerning knownconoerning
concerning whom wa was wn when n they were weresen we
seen sen headed towards Fresno Before the S
discovery a boy found on the track mar
Jhje Calwa winery a stick of dynamite dynamitewith dynamitewith nearS S
with seventeen fe fee t of fuse attached The
fuse had not been lighted lightedThe lightedThe
The percussion cap w wet n of the same
kind as those found in th the < cabin The
boy brought his find 10 the railroad of
ndals ndalsTh flekels flekelsThe
Th The officiate of th Southern Pacific PairiutSJmny
jtonipany utSJmny In San Francisco state that the
Ijbrcatenln letters revived by them themTrefe
Trefe mailed at at Fresno and that as a ameasure
S Smeasure
measure of precaution the tracks ef th thoompanv S Scompany
company have been carefully iraarded
1Nl ho first letter was mailed on Jan 1 10 but butwag butwa
wag wa not received until Jan 54 on oj the 13th 13111the
the wreck at Volta occurred but nothing
I has since transpired transpired4i
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+ 4 S
4 HAD SEEN BETTER DAYS DAYSNe 4 4S S
5 4 S
4 Ne York Jan 2Mrs a Mary Ma 4 4Vpedway
4 Tredwy friend and ompanirm of f fthe
9 + the hue Qtieen Victim is dead at t 4 4S f
4 her home in Chester y r at the 4 f S
4 age of 94 A She w way > Miss Mary 4 4f 4
4 f Williamson and her father wa was f 4
1 f loyal physician to i ho family of 4 I S
4 George TV and to Victoria after 4
4 Jwr accession to the throne The 4
4 girl married a clergyman against 4 4her
14 her fathers wishes anrl came with 4 4him 4him
him to tho th raited States She 4 4wae 4S
wae cut off from participation ia inI 4 S
JHlhe I + 1th0 piau stat but > rizi tn th dsofJ lay i
+ of iier Ueatii a siik uivss given to tohot
4lie + hot by the late qeeti tu ei f
GAMBLED WITH WITHEMPLOYERS WITHEMPLOYERS
EMPLOYERS GASH CASHPoolroom GASHPqolrobm
Poolroom Men Cant Be Prose Prosecuted Prosecuted
cuted Cashier CashierWill Will Suffer Sufferi SufferUNPUNISHED
+ S
i UNPUNISHED HAVE THE COIN COINTYPES COINSS COINSTYPES
S
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TYPES OF JUSOECB METED OUT OUTTO OUPTO
TO DISHONEST DISRqEST ICEN ICENJf9f ItIENM
M Jf9f SOJtK Oi Jan a gtte After having bavtagI having4gd
I IMMB cfo 4gd ed several days a number vfmberof
of poafa potIns ine her he controlled by a abookmaker atoeftanahe
toeftanahe bookmaker tv xi o fe credited lyith having havingw
w wi ni nearly SajjKB 1QtG fc on the racetracks racetrackslaatswtsen racetraek5laSt
laatswtsen laSt ssasi have base reopened When Whenth Whente
th te places VHF cfeMd It was said to tobe tobe4e
be be4e due to tka ste Jto price hy th the tele telegraph teicmph ¬
graph cempeay jete f racing rwwlts but butaeeerilag1 butjiceIpg
aeeerilag1 to t tWornM f < a ajd th thatrre true reason reasonwas reasonw
was w Jhat the tit yrfprfetor dfeaovdred a awey aceasp4ta
ceasp4ta wey snw amang uf eraploirea whereby wiwrebymore wherebymelee
more than iiI HlyGIInaA ha bean paid ald out in infixs inS
S fttejonU fixs jaontte A no flOW staff of man now nowro nowrun
ro run the roasiwfc roasiwfcIt mb mbit
It ie ottterftooa ta all 11 wsggs a rs m made madein de dein
in each room i wsr rn llOUStll a tlf recorded on oneach oneach
each sheet iy the eafwnirutars but on onone Onone
one sheet would e recordo i wagers wagersl3iat wagersl3iatwere that thatwere
were not mad If the result of the therace therace
race showed tie te traaduient wagers to tobe tobe
be auceeaeftfL the t sheet on which they theywar I Iwr
war wr reoided reo led vas turned Into the cen ceflUaI i itralr
tralr UaI office of tile ajmikatta If the re resultof reateit ¬
ateit sultof of the race afcowed tkfraidu1ent tkfraidu1entwagers th f r a lent lentwagers
wagers to PaP S leAatt s the Manee t sheet sheetwas sheetwas
was turned in TJ iii th tkO ut tllhbOeat OMest OMestployes eat eatp1ey
ployes p1ey stoofliia stooanni elMkitOB ofloss of lam and al aloaost ato
oaost o t every day ln tllsy were able to take takeww taketpopiJs
tpopiJs ww aiMjs pf dpljaw frOm > their eat eiapteyer eatS
pteyer In other cases the results oT oTraces ofraee S
races raee were h hId W back hy operators un until ontim ¬
tim wagers oa th the whiner could be re reThe xecorded
corded cordedThe
The net result was that white the syn
dkrat was Vttng a ff great t liagliieafi tak
ins b beta s from other rooaMi rotnj thfr pro propri proprietors l I Ietors
etors of which did not cacti carto to xtek large largeamounts largeamotinte
amounts 51 A announcing Rg willingness wIllingnessto j
t to accept wagers of any size the bank bankaccount bank000upt
account showed sh v < Hl steady depletion When Whenie Vhnthp
thp head of the yrdkmte determined to tofiad
fiad out who was getting all blO ie money moneyther
he went from rom one room to another ther de deTatiag dovoting
voting it day to each but the sheets in
the one he visited invariably showed showedprofits showedpreflts
profits while others turned In balances balanceson
on the wrong side This convinced him himthat himtht
that a conspiracy was in full operation operationand Operationand
and detectivejB w wore re put to work The Theresult Theresult
result was the closing of the rooms antf
the entire reorganization but there is isno isno
no recourse for the gamblers in the thecourts thecourts
courts courtsS
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CASHIER cAsHhiR CONFESSES
Cleveland Bank Official Beady to toTake toTake
Take Punishment PunishmentCleveland PunishmentCleveland
Cleveland Jan JauUsorge ftf George A Hose the thealtered thealleged
altered defautthvpcashier of th the Produce ProduosKacitauge
I Exchange bank which closed its doors doorsI
I Jan 22 made a a ennfdeion tonight to the thecounty thecounty
county prosecutor telling of his method methodof
of using the bank honks money of which he
is said to have kwt Ios 1S7000 Hose said as Id
that he h was alone in his alleged pecuia pecuiai peculatIn
i tlons tIn and that his use of the banks banksnwney banksmoney
money began abotet six lx years ago
He said that about three years a ago agowhen o owhen
when the lose iO bad reached only 190600 190600an ZlOIl ZlOIlan
an auditing cemmUteo waa vas appointed tw twgo togo
go over the banks books Hose had hadS hadhoped
hoped that his shortage would be die 4fscovered diecovered S
covered then But at the end end of a week weekor
or so ef Investigation the committee re reported toported ¬
ported everything satisfactory with the
baaks ba kj ntfaire Hose declared that he heatid
til eithIn hie misaf4S nWb
atid had not get a cent of the thersmey money feat at
to the honk by his speculation AVTien AVTienthe
the shortage had reached 33MX n3oQp Rose Roseaid RoseS Rosesaid
said aid he ew that tie w would 4iW have to toreplace toreplace S
replace thai sum and seeing no other otheri
i way pf doing HO than by speculating he hecontinued hectinuecj
continued to too do so until the amount had hadreached hadreached
reached 1S7 IS7lbs 1S7IDs >
IDs neala1 mental state has been miserable miserableever miserableever
ever since his speculations began he hes heand
s i < l and of often ten he had been tempted to tocommit tocommit
commit suicide hut did not do so be because because ¬
cause of his wife and family All of the theentire theentire
entire sum of JM7 SIS7Wft Hose declares was
lost with grain speculation hi n Chicago
His willingness far a speedy trial and
imprisonment he hemid saia was to relieve his hisgene hismInd
mInd of the worry that be had under undergone
gene also his de desire re to be sentenced and
to serve his term and afterward begin
I I life Itf anew anewHANNA anewHANNA
I HANNA PLANS A COUP COUPWashington COUPWashington
Washington Politicians Suspect SuspectHe
He Will Run Against AgainstRoOse AgainstRoOsevelt Roose Roosevelt ¬
velt at LastMoment LastMomentSpecial
S Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 38 25The The politicians
here still claim that Roosevelts only real realrival realrival
rival for the nomination is Hanna and
that the Ohio senator is simply awaiting
the eve of the convention to declare him himself himself ¬
self a sa a candidate It ie pointed out if ifhe ifhe
he declared himself at the present Mm tiate
he would jeopardise his chance of con controlling controtting ¬
trolling the situation in Ohio by alienat alienating altanattag ¬
tag the a admlnlstrajiuus minJstratloa ° fl support in Oho OiMopatronage Ohopatronage
patronage now pending and Foraker Forakerwould Foxakerwould
would get it Hanna has been reelected reelectedfor reelectefor
for the term of six years to succeed him himself himself ¬
self from March MarchIf Marcb4If
If be waits nHtfl me eve ot the conven convention convention ¬
tion it is thought he hopes b a sudden suddencoup suddencoup
coup to stsiirtade the tlmde4egates delegated a portion portionof
of whom will he Ux iliad A In advance to be beduly beduly
duly stampeded and W his Mogsn k > gsji then wil wilbe will willbe
be the presidencyor nothing For If he hefails hefails
fails it will pae him outside the pale paleof paleof
of party treat for ho will ofcoarse of course not notbe DOtbe
be selected a the otairnwn of tae na national iie iietional
tional committee commttioenedeext amBe en hte Mends ad adnth d dmit
nth that this is th the vsntasa point from fromwhich frontwhirh
which he derives tfl aucngth and in ateadmimstratttA ate theadministxatta
admimstratttA which Ibegins March 4 4be
1906 he wilt not be a factor if it is Re Republlesn Repubikap
publlesn publlesnThe
The Hanna campaign bureau is alleged allegedto aiIegeto
to have a Stt sIodOo dMX > fund and iis known knownthat knownthat
that Hanna agents have been at work in inmany iiifly
many fly state seeking to undermine Presi President Preelfloosevelt ¬
dent Roosevelts support Thfe has led ledfriends ledfriends
friends of administration the to designate designatethe
the Hanna campaign as tjpe oie of misrepre misrepresentation mbrepresentatlon ¬
sentation aad uawn uawnKooh
Kooh Roosevelt Vflit Is now in constant common communication commonatIon ¬ S
cation with political agents in all parts parrsof partsof
of the country and from rom the reports reportsmade reportsin
made in de from them so confident is he ot otcalllny orcalling
calllny the deal on Banns that his friend friendbeDeve friende friendebelieve
believe he wW precipitate the contest and andforce nd ndforce
force Sanaa to declare himself by a aformal aformal
formal statement air Roosevelt it is isunderstood isunderstood
understood has no other idea but that thathe thathe
he will succeed himself himselfGIRL IoueIfS IoueIfGiRL
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GIRL OF EIGHTEEN EIGHTEENHAS EiGHTEENI
HAS TWO HUSBANDS HUSBANDSSan
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San Antonio Tex Jan 2S ZSJessle Jessie King KingirittDMt
the 1tynnrold dauibter o a
fiity of Mount Vernon iIb whose S
ldeelty abe deCIhxO4 to revngl hes whoseS been beenpissed S
pissed te th the county sail here ou the thec theehergoof
ehergoof = WgwShe c wag married Jan Janv Janr
r to a Mexiean barber v ber namefl Seine Seinawhom SeineS
whom ehemetJas he o tJan W on her arrival here herefrom S
from Mount Veraan She says that hereS a alittle alittle S
little oVer osr a year ago she married George GeorgeA
A King a stockman havlnr havlnga a ranch near nearTucson
Tucson Arfz SUe lived with King for nearS a ashort aS S
short time tne sut t Wichita Falls and then din disnpiKftfed dinpporad S
npiKftfed iCing was over 5 l years old oldami oldS
and she says she did JWt love him She 3hesay SheS S
S say she had BO money to get a divorce divorceand diiorceS
and taking taltisga a fancy to Selho elfla and having havingwe havingS S
we money to pay sn her expenses she mar msrrieH marS S
rieH the barber Her arrest was inad at atthe t tthe S
the InatigRtlon of a friend of King who whorecogafz whorevogninet
recogafz her tin th th5 street streetTacQjna 5LCOtPENALTYINTJITBD
PENALTYINTJITBD PENALTYINTJITBDTacoma
Tacoma Wash Jan 28 2SThe The Nor Norwegian or ¬
wegian bark Soratg was fined 6000 by byDeputy byDeputy S
Deputy Collector Falnv Fa1rtveatIer ather for her herfajjure betfailure
failure to have a United States con consular eonS ¬
sular bill of h healtiv ilth from the port of ofCalUo ofS S
Calico PeriL She arrived in Tacoma Tacomal TacomaS S
l Iat si night Sh She has a clean bill of oflieWf1 < > f fhSfrfKfncntr S
hSfrfKfncntr lieWf1 rIlIm Pp PORt t Towniwnd and will willg willS willgo S
g go Vjij pit lojftd Ioidint lumber but lu she c11 railed laiifHJto S
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to litwfc Jittte the isdnsurar consula bill of lieaitii lieaitiiamong Itealthamong S j
among her papers 1
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t A I I ASHIK AH1GT0 < 3TOW Jaa Tlie house housefor housevy
vy for an how today was enter entertalaed entertamed
tamed by a speech by byJ J Adam AdamBede AdaniBade S
Bade a a Republican menther front frontMmaeaota ironMinnesota
Minnesota who made his maiden ef effort e efort
fort and won his spurs His remark remarkwere reniarkwere
were replete with wit aifcf humor as aswell aswell
well act s serious thought thoughtGood E
Good natured colloquies resulted resultedfrom resultedfront
from his thrusts at the tb Democratic Democraticparty DemoeratLparty
party Mr Bode appealed to the Dam Democratic Damocratic ¬
ocratic party to disband and extended extendedthem extendedthem
them an invitation to Join the Re Republican Repubilean ¬
publican ratika and make the election electionof
of Mr Roosevelt unanimous unanimousWhen unantmeusWhen
When Invited by a member of the theminority theminority
minority to join the Democratic ranks rankshe rankshe
he inquired who their candidate would wouldbe wou1be
be but no name was forthcoming
We went out when we saw gw a Popu Populist Populist
list he said and threw salt in his hiswhiskers St
whiskers and caught him and broulu brouluhim brougithint
him into the Republican rank W Whave Whare
have wiped out Populism In the wFt wFtand w ° si siand
and it soon will be determined that thatlittle thatUttle
little bunch of Populists in Wall streot streotcannot sirectcannot
cannot dictate the nomination of either eitherparty eitherparty
party partyMr partyMr
Mr Bode mid h > thought 50 per enf enfof en enof
of the Democrats of Mirm Mirnqt wota believed believedin
in Mr Roosevelt and that Ml TJaneaotu TJaneaotuwould e otH otHwould
would give h hem < m 100o lseiO 0 majority T Tbelieve tbelieve
believe he said if th the Democrat Democratshould 2 2shovld
should nominate Cleveland or Mr Gor Gorman tjorman ¬
man that even Mr Bryan hhneelf hhneelfwould himoeiwould
would cast hi vote for JWosevelt JWoseveltAddressing S SAddressing
Addressing the minority h be t sajd the thequestion thequestion
question often was asked Why
dont the Democracy reorjfa reorgaajlae l e He Heasked H
asked What are you ffoiag to do dowhen l lwhen 5
when you yet reorganised Cnntiri Cnntiriulnjr ontirulng
ulnjr he said As you have done with withJohnsonism S SJohnsonism
Johnsonism in Ohio so 5 yoti should tlu tluwith ki kiwith
with Bryanlam BryanlamMr
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Mr Scudder X Y Ti > questioned MI MIBede I
Bode as to hot he nrorsieed unAtinr
the two races racesMr racesMr
Mr Bede replied thaf h < > had not iv ivferred i iferred
ferred in any way to th h race qoes n I
He realized that peculiar ecndltlon 1 1hat
hat brought about ieetIja i ruUar burdens burdensfor bqrdensfor
for the south in th this natt natpr cr and h hwould hwould <
would not by word or rf ed do any ¬ 1 1thing
thing to add ere featlierutct featherweight ht to tlii tliiharden thiburden
harden This statemen waj wa appiv appived ipi ipied
ed on the Democratic
side sideWithout S S SWithout
Without a I IeecLer IeecLerMr ador adorMr
Mr Bede then turned J his attention to o
Democratic leaders and declared thai thaifrn thatfrii
frn a national standpoint the parrv parrvhad rart
had none Mr William he compi1 compi1mented complmented S
mented as an able congrrsfiotu leadr leadrbut > ead r rIwt
but declared him not rvailabre rvjb for or h hpresidency lipresidentv
presidency because of hi his = yeoffrHphv yeoffrHphvMr ogviiy
Mr Bryan he said was a sincere ma maKttd xni > 1 1and
and all the more dangerous becau rf rf4imt t
5 4imt Taci Mr Chveland was me ff ffthe I Ithe
the grelEt ft presidents the country had hadever hsdever
ever hsjiJ And I am vftltag to t ir > > r rgive 2 2gtr
give gtr them both Wont you he hequeried heluerted
queried i ofrthe Democrat aide
Speaking of the Monroe Monreedoetrine doctrine Mn Jr JrBade
Bade said that the doctrine Is just ip
Wg as the United State navy and i ibister Ia
bister Do away with the navy apA a
the Monroe doctrine will go too fftt ffttsaid Rnsat
said the money question was not fat
Issue for the gold S Sto
standard has cMi cMiNebraska em
to say whether the gentiernon fi
Nebraska wills or no noIn noIn
In conclusion Mr Bode again x 1
tended an invitation to the t Democrsjfca
to join the Republicans and elect 22
Roosevelt RooseveltWhy RooseveltWhye
Why Whye he said th election re ¬ I
turns from the west will simply he hesupplemental S Ssupplemental
supplemental eensus figures figuresThis figuresThis
This was Mr Beds first addresp addrosS In litthe
the house He held the close atMn atMntion S Stion
tion of both aides of the chamber Re Refrequently Befrequently
frequently was applauded by first firstside jN jNside
side and then the other and at ttite ttiteboth t tboth
both side were clapping hands 4 r rgather I Igether
gather as they did when lie took bin Iftoseat S Sseat
seat I IMr
seatMr
Mr Richardson Ala reviewins revIewtngtUtions iHu iHudftions
dftions a the south said saidLet saidLet
Let us alone adding that thatwould r rwould
would work out the race probleno problenothe probleiuthe
the strength and glory of the AjplNh AjplNhcan A Acan
can Union UnionBy I IBy S
By argeement general debate deiMtteurgent 1 1Urgent
urgent deficiency bill was extencbttf extendei extendeitil5prn bt bttil
til til5prn 5 p m i i iDefence
Defense of Bryan
r rMr j jMr
Mr Benny N J speaking in De ¬ 2 2tense
tense of Mr Bryan said he need 4ot t
feel hurt as he was in good com company ¬ I Ipatsy
patsy He quoted Senator eztator Doiliver a ahaving tat St
having said at a banquet In Nt XeTurk v vTork
Turk that no man had a rteiit to hiss hissthe
the name of William J Bryan Mr MrBenny MtBenny
Benny said it is the Republican party
that is sick They have not got Dr DrBanna DrHannit
Banna to say ir a word to help them themout 5 5out
out he said He would inscribe ou outhe Ottthe S
the shaft to the Republican party at atits atit
its it death that its policies ef Let well wellenough weienough
enough alone Stand pat and We Wehold I Ihold
hold the ace killed it with a post postscript poetscript ¬
script signed by Hanna saying if the thereporters thereporters
reporters had used the word edge edgeinstead 1 1instead
instead of ace they would a ould have been beenall 1 1all
all right rightYou 5 5You
You brag and blow here about the thegreat thegreat
great courage of 01 the man who is non novrpresident nonpresident
president of the United States said saidMr saidMr
Mr Benny The man who shoots a alion alion
lion or a Spaniard in the back does doesnot doesnot
not necessarily have to be courage courageOUf
OUf OUfThe
The prophecy that to romlnat Mr MrRoosevelt
5 5Roosevelt
Roosevelt for vice president would take takehim St
him out of New York politic did net netcome I Icome
come true He said it was wanpropOsed proposed to tostop tostop
stop the u use e of carriages by depart department department ¬
ment officiate and asked if anything anythingwas
was done to stop the use of carriages carriagesby
by department officials and asked if ifanything f fanything
anything was being done to stop the thepresident thepresident
president from using a fr fine e tram de declaring dotiarng ¬
claring that he had heard that a free freetrain ft I Itrain
train was placed at his disposal disposalMr
Mr Thayer Ma aes si p asked if Mr MrBenny JrBenny
Benny could c uld tell why it ass va that Dr DrDrlggs I IDrIgs
Drlggs was prosecuted in it New York on ona onstatute
a statute under which h < could couldconvicted b bconvicted
convicted and Mr Dietrich under a astatute astatute
statute on which he could not be con convicted ¬ 2 2victed
victed victedMr 2
Mr Benny replied that it was be because hecause ¬
cause they wanted to catch Mr Drigg Driggand Drlggsand
and did not want to I catch the other otherman 2 2man
man He said there will be one issue issuethat I Ithat
that cannot be dodged declaring that thatto thatto
to b be I II
bAre
I Are the railroads to bft permitted permittedto
to drive one set et of men out ° ut of bust bustness bustfl55
ness and make millionaires out of an another tnother ¬
other set and are they to be permit permitted ¬ I Ited
ted to favor the Standard < i Oil corn cornpans cornpuny
pans
se seBUSH
BUSH FOB GOLD GOLDSunrise GOLDSunriae
Sunrise Wyo Jan 3 Northern NorthernLaraioie St StLaramle
Laraioie county I in In a ttttnult of 31 31citement j jcltment
citement ever a boaaBaa gold OkI strike strikemade stru strumade
made this week in Muskrat canyon caayonProspectors 51 51Prospectors
Prospectors are flowing into the district districtby
by scores ani every foot of ground groundfor I Ifor
for miles around te being staked Mageitrue
True fissure vein of gold goldopened UArtB was
opened ap and has fawn laities UQ unning
nlng over J2 99 A ton in sold

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