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St SL Pfttorstaixf Feb 14 120 a a mA m An official telegram tele am received re8h etl from fromfromT 1ODl 1ODlroM 1 1frotPTt
fromT frotPTt roM FHt rt Arthur u dated Feb 13 says Ute lights of o the enemys sipV sipVwere sJlipswerSeeR ip ipwereezt
were werSeeR seen off Inkau OB the evening eJ n of F Ie Ptb T 11 It says further that a aviceil at atvies L Lvices
vices reajcaed Port Arthur Feb 12 that six Japanese battleships bflttlo hips bad K Kl ap apvaed p pecliJl
l vaed ared ecliJl i ia the therOAdst roadstead d of Tatung Kong KoJl on the estuary of the Yalu rivor rivoraid riv rivornt r raad
aid aad nt opposite tke Korean port of Wiju and that the booming boomin of cannon cannonlxn oanD01 oanD01JMW osnnoiMg
JMW lxn beard beardIttdon bsrdr4 nl nlLet
Ittdon Let doale r4 don Feb 13 laAreport Areport originating with a Japanese flrm lh lJl having havingojwrespondants 1tavinS 1tavinSotrrpon tavingo
otrrpon o ojwrespondants ta in Tokio and circulated la t T otWlantonight Lo t9n1gkt was to tw tiefest th et etfsettjfliattkree rz rzrMtit1lt
rMtit1lt fest fsettjfliattkree tkree Russian Biie endears enti rs presumably presuma ly the t1ieV1adivoatok Vladivostok Vhidivotokbeeit squadrofc squadrofckad 1tRthW4l1Men
kad 4l1Men Twsn torpedoed in the straits of Tsug Tsu Tsugxo ro ytst yestday st day RY Tb The Stuaite Zt ofOjjunpact clare of etI1II1RI
Ojjunpact I1II1RI an 2 between the island of Hokktado H kk tke t t1 narfchorn aT tHaiuXAi tHaiuXAiJapanese t thir tknee tkneeiInd I IIt
J Japanese islands and Nippon the central Hakodate te is on the t e norther northerstae nart northreaftbestra1t
It stae eaftbestra1t eaftbestra1tThe af the strait straitThe j t tT11e I
The Japanese legation has h s heard nothing confirmatory of this rp npert npertt rqrtthugk rt rtthough
though t eugk it ltK has J oome to it from several severaliio sources ree8 The legation officials ofticl lK re reeahred reed reeetved
eahred ed the report with reserve it being considered too good to be true trueThe trueThe trueThe
The Japanese have a strong naval base at Kotomari at the northern northernad nortbeRcl
S cl ad of Nippon and on the south side of the straits and it is considered consideredpeerfble con consideredpLb1 idered ideredshould
peerfble should the Vladivostok squadron attempt to harrass the coast coastabout oouta ooatabsvt
about a Hakodate that they will be met by torpedo boats from Kotxmtari Kotxmtari3i lot ntari 1 JFeb 1Feb
3i os Feb 14A 14 A dispatch to the Central News Ne from St Petersburg Petersburgsjsjys Petersblrlfll9s Petersbu Petersbuik
ik sjsjys tjhysteajasr tile iSten1 Voronej belonging to the Busslanvolunteer Ru lan volunte fleet which whiekfcad whickad which1d
fcad sailed n8cl from tr m Vladivostok and which was believed to have been can cantwcd cap capba8d capfid
fid by the Japanese eha has arrived safely at Singapore SingaporeSt
St Petersburg Feb pt 13 ISIt It was officially o announced au waced tonight tollig t that thatVice thatViceny thatViee1ey Vice Viceray
ray Alwdeffi f3dd today telegraphed t18 pl1ed the czar that there had been no change c ange in intsfce inf Ine44tr
tsfce f fasf aftefearn sltuati situatin a within the last few ew days daysJ deyswhth
4 J SjiriliJSB 1tt wliieh t Wa 4sy ay published publigh d a story of olt the s destruction af offVur offVurcnirs fourthee four four3fo
3fo thee ee cruisers and lld six traasjwrts traDI rts bythe Russian Vladivostok squadron squadronwSl equadronWJII rqtiadrcnwm
wSl Tse i peaaUaed by the authorities f for r the publication JM1 tIn of false new Dews DewsA
OMNHAGEN > Denmark Feb ttThe tt 11The 13T
C COPENRAGEX The T British A government has i iquired It 1w
t quired if the Danish government govenmnenis 3Overmnentis
is sxtpaced to defend iDenmarks neittnittty neit n ne uentfty
tnittty esf e pec1Ir pec > eciaHy the important t tDe set setxeajtes m mDenmsrk
xeajtes Denmark De replied In lnefect lnefectwe effect effectWe ectw
w We will iii dJw i 4 ourselves ourselvesTlM rAe1ves VeL VeLre
4 rIle construction COII place on this in inouJrr Inq Inqry
ouJrr q here Is jftjat Ort CJreItthWW Britain Britainhtjilf apye apyeda
htjilf foe danger da af Russia occupying oecupyinpsjsjlBfc occupyingpM1io0uIous n npoe
psjsjlBfc pM1io0uIous pcttttasions poe l8ioas in lathe the event eIt of com comB comt combtw
B between btw t Great Britain Britainj i ier ai aitbefa
= j er t6e ttietar far easterntiweition easterntiweitionIp eastern Qveton Qveton4ozstq1soe 1on 1onoq
Ip 4ozstq1soe onse oq < i eaee I he toe poaHibiUty tr r rsacl of ofOUsc0m61J ofouwon
sacl s outcome OUsc0m61J ilie the e et Danish itr itrjgNMli r rhi
jgNMli t 4MUi ordered the theriny arm rWmv rWmvt leHn reserves reservesis
is t si i43 i > < tl for mobilisation throosfhoui throug4ioutDem1 throosfhouiDcwNMk tblOUllhoSt1ridain
DcwNMk Dem1 wtUim W Ittn twelve t e tours Regi Regimental R Rmeatal Regimental ¬
mental offices oak ea are open day and night nightIASHBD nightLASHED nightiAsHBD
Whole Russian BueslauFiinplre Empire Thirsts For ForVengeance Fort or orf
t Vengeance V VengeanceSt e es
St 5 Petersburg Feb Febl3For 1J For the first firsttl firstt firsttime
t time tl since lIce the beginning of hostilities hostilitiesin KtIUtIein
in th tltefar the far east the government p nnaent tonight tonightgave tonICbtpoUte tonightgave
gave poUte the Russian Rutl an newspspers ne peper permis permission permJ1i penn1eio ¬
sion eio to publish the accounts received receivedfrom recehedtro receivedfIn
from abroad regarding the engagesfent engagesfentoft eft nt
oft Chemulpo Ipo in which hleh the warships warshipsVartsjr warshipsand warshipsVarleg
Vartsjr and d Koriet were wer destroyed destroyedfl destroedfile
file Tb fl war fever which has been beenajiouBSa1 beenIIete beeninussd
ajiouBSa1 here a au4 4 apparently all over overthe ortile overtbe
the esnpire or at least all over Euro Europeasi Euroata europeag
peasi ItoMsia in a single td e week eett is truly trulyrsmttrtesJiie trulyf
f rsmttrtesJiie such patriotic demonstra deraonstrattosj demonstraaave demonstratk
tk ttosj 8 Have ae been witnessed 1tn in St Pe PetetSblUR Pet PeterAi1
tetSblUR t since ace the hostilities began beganhave bep beganhave n nhaft
have keen aU the more roo astonishing aatod bt be because xcaU8e becauoc ¬
cause of the public Indifference during duringts duringtae duringte
ts tae period of negotiations and almost almotttp 8 almostup hnOttto
ttp to the hour when lteR Japan struck the thefine t tlJIew theb4ow
fine blew at Port Arthur But now nowIffee nowI nowIflie
Iffee I a flash the Whole empire etn ire seems to tohave tohaft tohaIe
have toeett lashed into a fury by defeat defeatand defeataM defeatand
and like a bear when it is wounded woundedaad woundedaM woundedijad
aad angry it is prepared to fight to the thebHter thebitter thebitter
bitter end The dreamy Russian charnetkr char character harneter ¬
acter ha hA been stirred to depths dept of re reMunent ew resetient
Munent which w h it will be difficult to tounoentand toundftetaDd tounderelaud
unoentand abroad abroadOtMcttauous abroadllUOlS abroadciLnuous
OtMcttauous llUOlS Demonstrations DemonstratioHsThe DemonstratiTbellel
The Tbellel demonstrations here have hA hAtim1ea8 been beentssisrt beeia
a tssisrt firntl cesMjnnoUs tim1ea8 nrTr for three days aDd aadey aDdMJ andy
MJ ey y f tiso Nx been p11 entirely entlrel spootane spootaneaumc spI4ltaneIu t1Ie t1IeQt
aumc Iu e of them are extraordinary extraordinarya extra extraJt
1 a okart jter ter fr Today the school boys boysjsft boysL
jsft sMMents enI5 oit ttte city cit 3 numbering numberingYtSfeBjmdp numlKrl numlKrlT numberingnlOIvbed
L T o YtSfeBjmdp matrhed bed bareheaded for fortm forand forand
tm 19 and down the Novt Nevskv t vlk ky pro proouect proIII prosa
III uect tl bearing HaS shouting and sing singUps adngpatriotic singjig
Ups jig patriotic airs aim Thcy Thf were Ht followed followedhy rollow rollowanehonnowa
4 hy an anehonnowa ehormo s crowd LIke prevUms prevUmssrocessioni previqecieapknP r yh yhJI
srocessioni ecieapknP JI n this one went first fir t to the theAtotchtaea thepalace theMIehkbt
Atotchtaea palace where here tho th dowager dowagerempress dowagerwho dowagerep1e
empress ep1e who is very venpopular popular with the thepeople thepiop1e theaIeope
people showed owed herself herst > lf Lt Latr = r the t boys boysand bo boan4 boysand
and studentK completely eompl > telY surrounded surroundedthe
the vSjtor iter r palace and in response to torhefrenVbusiaBtk totlltelrhusla8 toteresilhuMastie
rhefrenVbusiaBtk t cheers the czar and andthe andth andtbe
the caarina e mado thPir th ir appearance appearanceWhen appearanceW1aea appearanceWbenthe
When Wbenthe the t csurtn1 blew ble kisses eli to the thebays thealISt thebeyg
bays a alISt vast about went up w 1bleh hich waked wakedthe Vak wakedthe d dtile
the echoes s across s the th Neva NevaAt eva evatecl evutted
tecl Preach c EmlJMlJf EmlJMlJfAt
At the th French Fren h embassy mooss which was wasvjffted wasvted
vjffted ed b y > the procession Madume MadumeitiNI lad 4admewar jme jmewaF
11 itiNI war ompdled in th > nb nbCtBoe nbICe nbcc
CtBoe ICe cc Of the i4mbassaior ft1ntxH unba > a ador < jor L U > RIJPHI pp > ai ataony at attnlceny attk
tnlceny tk and arknwwledge thi cheers cheersIn thccrsIa cheersM
M RIsiikl Ia ull ullJD ally allyin
In front nt of th tho > bivrraolis the th various variousrjggjsjseutul virjuusrIentul ariQ ariQtal
rjggjsjseutul tal bands 1 Uld in the th hI city it played playedile plaPd11te playedie
11te ile national UODal hymn h nH1 to hurrahing crowds crowdsThere erowda1be rowdsTIMIA
There 1be were re dfm demonstrations > wtriUions tonight tonight0sjtsj ttnightfIIItIINe tonighttdde
0sjtsj fIIItIINe tdde tho tb theatres tb atng and the prform tHrfbrmbc prformoi
bc e going oi on fl inside weiv stopped stoppedwtoHe stoppedwbl loflPPdIIe
wtoHe wbl the jchetra came < out in 11 tho thoitrtet th thIIJIrtet t tlert
itrtet lert to phQ J9 folk songs ong whjoh tbe theSMdivrr tbeICOnA tbeldlp
SMdivrr ldlp rang while hile marching marchingThe pJblngTIIe piarohingThe
The f flct ict tha the poor house per JHlr1 ¬
ters par their last Iutee cent t for to the extra une41tt extraeditions xtraeditions
editions e41tt M of the newspapers n an 8M that thatthe lhatt thatthe
the t cab b drivers do d not eharsfe ohargiWttsey ohargiWttseymcii nfftUary nfftUarymen tary taryJQeJJlor
men JQeJJlor for currying them Uema1VIIId around shows showshew showhew showshow
hew deeply the feelings of the public publichave publichave
have been penetrated penetratedGeneral penetra penetratedGeneral l
I IGenEral
General Waking Up UpTelegrams UpTelegrams
Telegrams from aimoM almoet al t every eer r town In InKuropeaa InKwo inXuropesit J
Kwo Kuropeaa Rvawia tell t ll the same story storyof storyof
of Jll pppuikr p PUl r demonstrations At Moe Moeccw Moecew tor31 lOB
ccw 00 there were great manifestations manifestationsIB manife tUotJ
IB front t ftCibe aJaaa iie C Owusd DekSifg Dohf Dek Dukugc
Sifg gc and betume Iketei the Iberian chapel ehajtetsJi chapelof
qt sJi Ssjtsntasis J ssrTtdtma e of oto otoIa47 Our OurThouasikd OurLady
Lady et l Jbepls bet bef te te1qeshIji wlltek I Ic
1qeshIji c when lie sea Ie N Nof tie tieO5hr
O5hr > Thouasikd < i of pewons knelt for forhour forhourS or orRtt9t
hour lb Rtt9t i front of obtbc jrthc chapel ape1JtaTio ape1JtaTiotor praying prayingThe praytnfor
for vt victory victoryThe j jTbe
The inaWHMtiOn 1 of tae reserves rrve M in inSiberia instbetia Intbet1
Siberia tbet1 and a Td the Karan aran district dlltri t calls callsto canto callsto
to the th colors 30000 000 men All men who whohave wttoha whohv
have ha served five years in the army arlll and andare adare andare
are under 43 years ears of age must report reportThis reportTit reportThi
This Tit will result resultn in the disorganisation disorganisationof
of daily life > in this part or f the einpIreand empire empireaad empt
and it will 1It have an iil effect e ect upon uponevery U uponevery pon ponevery
every profession and calling callingSYMPATEY callingSYMPATHY
Sentiment Favorable to Giving Bus Russia Bussia Bussia ¬
sia Every Possible SupportPart SupportParis Support I
Part Feb lt b 15 130nE On Onc of th t the > ro most t notable notaWeffatures notableffIlturts notOblefratures
ffatures of the first w week ek of the war warhas warha warhas
has ha has been the teady I increase of tlentlJlHllt sentlnethere ntlm it ithere
here favorable to giving I vln Russia every Of poesiMs po poHbte
siMs moral and sympathetic support At Atthe Attbe tt ttthe
the outset the French officials and andpublJc publicgenerally public publicgenerally
generally maintained mantainedthat that the interests of ofFrance orFlaMe otFrance
France demanded that t eh Ihe he keep clear ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the susslbfflty t of any war w etitangiewents etitangiewentsgrowing flltan ostanglensgroIag 8 8jITO
growing jITO out of ctftae the FraacvRuNsian FnaaevR n al alliano alIIane I Illan
liano llan This lei some newspapers new to M Mp 5 5setI
setI Fentbat p rt that Fraac was wasplaelac placing seJi seJitsreiit s eel if in interest 111tfrNt ¬
terest before dairy IYo and deserting ck her herfrhad h b bfriend tIMI aat aatfrtend
friend In the hour of greatest teFt n need d A AKradi Anradal
Kradi nradal l reaction has b occurred until to today today ¬
day dB official and public feeling fef runs runsMronjly IU ruttrongty
Mronjly in favor of lengthening lOt ngt nln Russia Kasstain I
in everv f non way short of actual participation participationin u
in ti t h war It wa wall thought thou bt that th t large largeDrpvfus large1revfis
Drpvfus nr ft8 element would antagonise RosHia Rue Rueda
Hia owing to the latters < attitude e towardthe toward towardthe towardthe
the J Jews w 1n < hut on the contrary rontrar ntrar Joseph JosephRefaiach OkphReaCh osepbtetnaeh
ReaCh the friend and biographer of ofDrcyfiu ofDrcflw
Drcyfiu a hat nublishcO ubU h a letter dfHartog dfHartogtnat dtlarm dlaringthg I
that th thl > honor and nd interest of Francs Francsporatnand Jorun Yranvromwa
poratnand romwa od h hfr wr r to affirm her sympathy sympa t by for forRussia forRuasit I
Russia and to loyalty an held up the alliance alliance2fo allianceNe
Ne Wild Enthusiasm EnthusiasmHowever EnthusiasmB01per EnthusiasmIfowver 1
However French ferllnjr fPII which is nan nsualtv nanalh I
alt demonstrative hap pot shown shnw any anywild anyI anywild
I wild nd enthusiasm EllthUtlI in behalf of Russia P Ia This ThisIs lbl lblI ThisIs
Is I in rather nu muko < rk od < i contrast with the tbeinrt thenrfrtartoue
uDroaJioUlS inrt arious manlffKtations at tfac e time or orth oftb
tb c ezar ar ar visit olt to t Pens ami other oth OtIIe recent recentv r nt
f v nts Two Tw woMular SubseTIptIsue < ube > crlptf rtptf tp bi > have havehifti ba bahol havebfl
hifti opened nerwd fvr f r tnt th wounded oae oaeby by th thH tM tMn theitisso4hIu
H iiorhiiH IJIf ss se bank and the other CR by
French nvw WWtpsper ptIr papcr nvn mnThe The ttussimi siain siainbanador An Anbasador I
banador b uI or M NelkJoff lI clidoff l off headed tn the former formerwith teenierwith
with dth a Fubecriptlon u ptJon of t sIlo Many Ian ii iidividoals In Indlvidials
dividoals are ar showing personal 80nal sympathyand sympathy
and are offering their I 1fM 1fMTIlt rvl rvIees rvIeesTb s sThf
TIlt Tb Russian cmbusssy embus receives r Hs about aboutofftrs Ku Kuoffers l loffers
offers dilv dilvNapoleon d thJbiaoit n nNapo1
Napoleon Napo1 iaoit in Russian Ru etan ArmyGreat Army ArmyGreat
i i11trt
Great Interest t i ill manifested here b re of tbe tbeprl thep4rt
prl iriuf JrJ Louis oyi Napoleon and Prince PrincaJaimie PrinceJutrn1
Jaimie < U > > Bourb Hour itouroin 4n < n are taking in th tM MlII military MlIIWr mliit ¬ I
tary Wr t a ry 5cr service ek 0 of Reoita Ru R Hhi The reports POltA that thatPrince thatprIC thatPriiiec
Prince l 101 oii who is if an officer > r of 04rn1t high highranK I
ranK in tiLt th Klan cavalry who 00 wa Wa In InFritnn InPn inF
Fritnn Pn F O rce r reenUy < ntly to attend the obseaulcs obseaulcsof
01 Prince Prln Matkild and who w o Jolt ft bur burricolv burTlcUv herrIe4Uv
ricolv for St Petersburg Pt t rsburs at the outbreak outbreakof ut utbreakof ak akor
of the ti war w IJ to u bo bt given command of ofbe oftbp ofthe
tbp be entire raviibtl Oa forre operating in Man Manchuria Manhurta ManeItlrI ¬
churia 4ir r > saW akf to b I Is well I founde1 fflandolPrir foindpPrlto founde1Priitci
Priitci Prir Jaim Jalmll > who < an Officer of Rus Russian RUIttlian Rusiiao
sian volunteer olqilflenl mnler the goVerntir vprDhl gen Sfnra genrrai j jrral
rral ra of Rif V > r Pbd lspd wrot on m 11 the out outbreak outbrfoak outbreak ¬
break of Ih thowar h < war nr rfii iiulestlng qllltltln < wtlna an fussigr fussigrmen f assIgimen lgn lgnm
men m n to the th fSn > rteUicament r1f lwlmpnt > of olun volunteers olunto olunLrrs ¬
teers to > o sent E nt to thi th theatre of opera operatiors Gp operatIuis Mt Mttlul
tiors tlul ariel a d he b has since telegraphed tfJegrap an anirn anfld5
irn n fld5 i request rEf1u t to be assigned a to im immediate immedia Immtdut ¬
mediate media iluty ut uty at Ute fronto front frontVo trwQtJiro
Vo o Proclamation Issued IssuedUS Issuedi
US I t i not n intend inMN int4 ndoJ by b th tlv Wench reneh h SOy SOyHRIMnt geessene j jMfDMen
MfDMen ssene far f tb prwent t to issoe a formal formalContinued formalitontinued
r Continued nUnued oa p Page 2 Z Zl I
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N > w Orleans Or a o Feb IS lwrpn Luvrenc S Sonbnrp bnrl tb t the young man who whofigured win winfigured bo bof
f figured to a sensational ttoMi ssarriage rrtaJe tvremooy y here 1e yestr ystar4sy < ay 7 appeared appearedin
in Judge Ju Dowuings co court rt today toda accompanied a plfd by the t ednt Urst rst Mrs Sau Sauborn SallQrD Suborn
born QrD whfi wI W wis vn n t Mica Chase ChaseJaijborn C1 C1uoorH Chasetnjboni
Jaijborn uoorH a1mjtt 1mi 1mjtted cd that a ceremony rEmn bad b bu ii performed in an Eplf Eplfropal Eiipopal Episnpai
opal chun Ihurdl It in Brooklyn but ho h said he e had IK bofi S told that as be beMire an antj antjMIt1 l lM
M Mire s c na > wer verc b both th under age th marriage arriag was wa not legal He Hewas HeW2f Hewas
was H i lint lIato1 vitrU tUknt tud t at tiNs tim Haobwn tfa iaor satd Ba be was a Pratestafit Pratestafitnn Prot tt ttI
nn JM i nd J Miss M tu Chase a Catholic and that since lnceUaelr their marriage iU Miss Chase Chajehail Chaseliacl Ch Chharj
hail tried led to have Mm secure the sanction a tt of thecktrrck the cmr Jt to the ceremony cern cerwony cernIPOfl ¬
mony IPOfl but he had h d failed to do so soIn soIii
In the l hl belief beU f that his previous prein marriage marT lXt was as not n ot a strictly legal legalon 1 1
I on 11 anbnin San bom said he had married Misa Ohtonn Ohi lm yesterday yesterdayMis ysiterdayMiss terda terdaMifljl
Mis Miss j chare was unable to produce pr duce her marriage msrr p license today toda but butd butni butcid
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1a1r Fair dame of Pekin hear h r my plea pleaLova pleaLove t tLovS1iStD
Love LovS1iStD listen while I pray prayWont prayWont prayWont
Wont you agree a ee to join with me meAnd meAnd meAnd
And bid the Buss away awayP
+ 4 4Physicians
Physicians in Attendance A tendance Say SayHe SayHe SayHe
He Has a Fighting Chance ChanceWILL ChanceWill
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+ 4 dngtenrbwAt ffnTMiiru > f rtFWrjg gAt At u l p m mAsrliaiana2 mop 4phstc1sns 4
+ 4 Asrliaiana2 physicians p claM issued illlluedd6 4 4tlbeUtin
+ d6 tlbeUtin In Insena + 4
4 4 + sena ehajtor exlaOr 4H i ilaniu annhas Mnh hgs 8 had liada a gate 18 18lilt 4 4tag +
+ lilt d ala punow peIsgnos s 1t 1 and andregatar 4 4regular
4 + regular tenqieraBre tempera Ste 1HMS 118 S roe 4 4piratlon
+ 4 piratton 22 4 I
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A ASHINGTON Fei > 13 13Despite Despite the thecritical t1teultital theV
WASHINGTON WASHtNGTONFe V V critical condition C couditta dl tQ9 of Senator Sen tor < Han Hanmi IIan1W linea
mi a the teen r in of lespondency despoedeneywhich lespondencywhich cienc I Ibleh
which bleh last night pervaded the sick sickchamber sIckchamber I Ichamber
chamber gave ga e way tCJUl tonight h t to one of re restored re5tored ccstored ¬
stored hope All along during the day tiaythe daythe I
the t attending physicians noting the themanner themanDtr themanner
manner In which the patient responded respondedto respo ded dedto j
to treatment gave g avc it as their th lrbfU belief f that thathe that11e thatbe
he had a fighting ht41S chance clUU1 The ten tension tenfIoR tenon ¬
sion on under which the Immediate tJJuned mem members mmbets ¬
bets of tbe family have been b e1tal e1talOe1oek Since aee aeeoeiock Z Zoclock
oclock yesterday afternoon oa when w eta the thesinking thesinking
sinking spell n came eflw4 on ell was noOceably noOceablyrelieved nottebJidte nettcenbbrre1te
relieved Jidte = tonight and the SaaRtors SaaRtorsbrother Mitorsbrothel S8ntJtorsromer
brother his son Dna1td Injt > n sitd others pf the thehousehold thebouHbold thehousehold
household spent some us time In thetebby thetebbyof the lobby Jbbyof lobbyof
of the hotel hotelIjideed hoteslIJI4etMI hotelIjideed
Ijideed his coa c coadtt ftcin Jou n wan W such It this thisafternoon tbisaftemooft thisoftersoon
afternoon that Mr 1liL ItiJrtua < JI BS was able to totako toM totkc i
tako M a short drive 111Th1ben i iVtihen i
then morning JIIO bra b e the senator had hadlietd hadhe14
I lietd hfs 5 own 0 through tkro i the night al although alt altough ¬ 1
though t it had been weeagipry lIedE7 e to keep keepdown kfl keepdowu > I IWU
down the tinp t tw I > ratnre tvf which W ich at onedine one onetime eneftube4
time baths reached 1 Vby 1y freciuent f ettl18ftt sponge spongebaths spongebatb I ISeader
Ses Seader tar Ysry V Vr Woa WeakThe Weak WeakThe j jL1II
The senatar E na has been poaeeious mot motnf mQtl moatnl
nf the tira ttllK t1 but Ju Jwt4 Jssen Ijeen b entoo too weak k to torouse tolotIBe torouse I
rouse himself except jkt fti1nfnquent at Infrequent tn tnterrals tntf intCrvps
tf terrals and then he coUld barely make makeMmtttiH makeht ffikchIrnf
ht MmtttiH nmierstMM 1Ind The moet gratify gratifyIns gent gentIn 1
i Ins In feature ture of the case cas ftr Uie t2 Muatorn Muatornoentlnued MMatorcontlnue4 seaatoraeontlnue4
oentlnued ability to e tike and nd retain retainnourishsjietit retaintiourtsient I Inouri
nouri nourishsjietit t This TIt consiata 5t of ana amaH smaLliuanaes it itof I IqpI1
iuanaes of milk lIk attd 1M 1MTh whisky whiskyit whiahyVhroou
Th Vhroou it t the th da aIav the utmacit t watch watchaa watchrv ath athrt
rt qpI1 aa obssfved ed to 1 i eTrnL TPnt it U I pos posrecurrence P Psibie
1 sibie bk recurrence urre of the t le chill el lll which whichest wblehet whichIresterdity
Iresterdity est rony U7 cawje am4 soBeurrjdSwlUng fOu rP dtin fatal fataly fatally
b y Saline injeeUosj h 1iS and oxygen gen were wereeaorted wereresorted pre
1 resorted ted to wb when n Mt the he opinion of the thehypkians theishyrielans
hypkians there the was W the slightest in inilcaUon InIteaUop
ilcaUon o of a set setb setbNc etbad etbadN back backAn
N Nc QII cipTioaUons cipTioaUonsAn pjio tins
An important point was va settled to toight tonight toeight
night eight whifcn th the announcement was vrasad was5adi
5adi ad that the Mnators illness iIIh ss is nn nnfcompanlPd 11naCompallh1 enccompaIiifd
fcompanlPd b b > complications cOUU The Thetstinguishej TheltstiagulslteJ
dtsUp tstinguishej Is1ttI patient pat rit fully fl1I realizes M IiZfS the thera the11B theirahy
11B irahy ra vi ty y of ot1iba his conlit eofltlitkolt ien At Atone one time tlmihen timeahen
ahen hen he was kS able a bit t feebly converge convergerith envereewith
with with M i pft pity4eana hys kan an 4he he senator saidic said saMe saidhe
he ic e would 1 1114 iid aH nopfble 1HMJIiIIJ po ble aid to their theirff theireffon theirlffort
effon lffort ff orU 1 1t n his behalfAU behalfAll behalf behalfAll
All day long a constant stream of offillers ofai1ers
eall fillers n nMwJe p their nlt h WAV wAtyto t io toth the Arlington Arlingtono
to o inquiry iii regarding < th lpe senators eon tOlditton eoniltion < < on onlitton
litton President It Ttoosevelt was one onen on onuf onethese
uf n these and upon u On Ilia hjarrfv arrival at the theicttl th thelotel
hot icttl 1 he wag s immediately m tel shoves into intohe intohe
the he family apartment 1IbpM < here he con conemed eonretand 011vented
vented for ten minutes wltk Mrs Hanna Hannand Hannaan4 Hannamd
an4 nd receive r if 1 Jtm from her Ole latest infor hifornation infornatlon
nation a 36 to Mv 1 Honna9 fJ condition conditionJefore conditioneforf condition3efore
Jefore > going upetairis u tnin esireetdent preaIdent re tdent was wasnforrntd vasnformed
nformed that Mr Han Iau iianzttentperature iianzttentperatureIl n9tnperature n9tnperatureit Mlture Mltureat
at it that tha t time was wa iowftVand his condi condiion condilion ondiIOn
ion a little better bettEiM1d and nd hew he WfI out outpoken outapGken outipen
poken in the exrre ton oJi or of relief he heelt hetelt hecit
telt cit at the rewipt recPfpt1Iiffh eTh C 2i fnews fnewsOn itews itewsOn iews iewsOn
On coming from 4euIck Jl lck ak room after afterhe atlerth afterbe
th he irsuani 8uanl of the ttle1 1 oclock q to k bulletin bulletinAr buttetinMr
Mr Ar Dover Doversaid said the physicians would wouldoi wouldriot wouldnot
not oi reply Te Fpi ly to direct questions regardLng regard regarding regaldIng ¬
ing the lb prospects fr petts afthe of tite senators re reuvery reo reouvery retJveyy
uvery They Th > feel however said Mr Mrover MrDover tr trDover
Dover > over that h no nQJipt not iin1sr ha has held his hisw hisW
0 w but u1 if anydin any thing ha bus u gained gainedThis 8ain gainedhhi d dThi
This hhi > improved aon4iUen the I he physf physf1an physfdaDS phytf1ans
daDS 1an pay ay i due to th thc nourishment nourishmentriven nouriflhmentH nourishmentriven
riven H n the patieut pati ut the t use of oxygen n a ae atf aIuetion
tf e iuction in the th strength of the th rtim rtimtlant rtimtlant timttlant
tlant and the th natural sleep f P he b has basUt fn fnr re reured
Ut r U Wh Whn < > n Dr RJbty o arrived to toIbjht tonaht totight
tight Dn Osier said It the Lt senator had hadtad hadbad hadmd
bad tad a good day WL an and < he vas Impressed Impressedrlth Impreyed1ritb
rlth the fact that thatthcsenutors the senators condl condlJon condlUon condiion
Jon had ba much in improved imprrned1gtun improved1jittgton > rove roveT
T ijj 1jittgton itlgtun Tt r reh b 1 14 14Senator Senatur Hanna Hannaf HannatifJo
tifJo LI f 2 oclo orlock 10 < k was as given tlnna Ien a sponge bath bathtftVftas 115thIlVioue
tftVftas ft to wj w wbieh k > h bit Msmpwature ha bad badft had1i6l l lroVe
ft 1i6l roVe tc 1933 llJ
The time has come comti the hour is here hereWhy hereWhy beroWhy
Why linger pratte JPm enUo dame damsIf dameIf i iIf
If w we uniWou w te Jl1U ii ne ned fl nov feaWell iG8Wl1Mii feel feelweli
Well Wl1Mii betia bfli b Bsiaus B ssians illn same g e
71 71Ins
Ins and aild Out0f Out qt Ib1 f tIre SqiootInvestigation Smoot Investigation and the Possible PossiblefiidJ PossibleLJfKt
17 LJfKt ttp fiidJ f oflli of tlie fli Presidential prc idehtf J Election Upon Uponi UpontheF UpontheFamotisCase
> i the FamotisCase theF m ttsCasc ttsCasct
1 1i
f Special Speeiallp i Tli Tlithat 11e The litraW litraWI raW I
I A Dc D C leb J ow I Ithat
WAS1tI vy that the esJBte sete o uesuiIee Hrlttf on Priv Privileges Pcivurges
urges u and d ecthwe cts isas decided ecldecl to toinvestigate toinT8tI ttinvestigate
investigate inT8tI tel the theLmou jKrttmon IJ church I the tbepersonnel tbel thePOflDe1
personnel P POflDe1 lplel aCAhf ol ot oftfiiai ce ceip1ee ee Is IS 1 of f biter biterest iJterI interest
est I As A is C ks jrfL the ciajr chaige e Wade Wadeaiqcna4o ma4 < 1 1of
aiqcna4o of WeoL 1t l 4ba1 4ba1be t1 t11Je
1Je ia 7 7Tfecga beai beaiFhce
1Jen Tfecga n Fhce < j8 who 1 > are tI MestiSmoots p Mesti esUflg > iglnz iglnzSmuots sifln siflnSmoots
Smoots coetmaanc tRtIeH m the s aunite nate t aU aUpractically ai aipraetlealJ7 aau aaupractically
practically have droi dto droppe pe r the shsjrgthat II IIthat hers hersthat
that he h took t a secret onto t at > an anaos anaostie apos apostle 3jJ98f ¬
tie contrary to hS oa oath tit as a sehalor zen4nrOn5equeflr r
Consequently eon equently the investigation i et as aiStt it itwill itwill
will be conducted will 11I be 1 to determine determinenot I
not whether V ther Smoot as a man n te sift siftable H6table stitable
able as a senator but hu whether w e h r as asan Uan a aanaptle
an anaptle apostle a le and member mem r of tthe the Mormon Mormonchurch Mormonhureb i iehl1rcb
church he h hall retain his segi sec s Tae Taer J hc hcccgoinItee e I IQD1mJttee
qmmltjtee r on privileges prlvU ad 3 4 < 1 elections eleccfensIs j
Is 1 composed of thirteen members memberseight memberseight f fpigbt
eight Republicans ublhani1l and v vO Dp Democrats DemocratsIts DemocratIts DoeratL 1 1Its
Its chairman is Senator natOl Julius J 1ius c Bur Burrows nurI nurIrow 5urrows ¬
row rows of Michigan Senator Bvrrows te tea Iiia i
a lawyer by b profession and ka lies been beenin beenin
in eongress as a member tnembtwof of the house houseand houseand e eAnct
and senate for fifteen t tnlllE cni He has hasbeen hasbeen I
been in the senate since 1SCS 1SCSBurrows 1SOiBurrows 1SU 1SUBurrows
Burrows Position PositionIt
It is known that Senator Burrows Burrowshas Burrwshas Burrowshas I
has favored a searching sear hlDgiaYestlgnt1on investigation investigationof
of the practices pra tl of the Mormon church churchsince CArclJlIine churchsince I
since the question war raised rai ed of Smoots Smootseligibility SmoOtfltgiblUty Smootseligibility
eligibility to the senate A M chairman chairmanof
of the committee his inJhienee h JMe will m be begreat begrf begreat
great grf = at in making the investigation far farreaching farTeRehing farreaching
reaching and effective elf the The 1je other tb r Re Republican Republican ¬
publican members of th Utt comflrttfcee comflrttfceeare toDU lt e eAre
are Senators George Geor e F Hoirr H < Massa Massachusetts 1IIafIebuSPUs Masarhuetts ¬
chusetts Porter J McCumber lc uialJer North NorthDakota orth orthDakota I
Dakota Iakota Joseph B Foraker Fo Ohio Ohiocbauncpy Ohiobauneey
cbauncpy baun M 1 Depew New 4 ew York 1 ark Al Albert Albert 1 1hert ¬
bert J Beverldgc Indiana William Uliam P PDillingham PDilliogham
Dillingham Vermont and Albeit n lt J JHopkins JHopkins T
Hopkins Illinois All of these t are law lawyer la layers ¬
yer yers and several have served red on the theMURDERER theMURDERER
I IUaHolpb
Kansas City M Mo KrtKI3WKH KrtKI3WKHHauolph J vCbT fb U 13W1UISJ 13W1UISJRanoiph WltUam
Hauolph who with tth < lor eorgOColt4nr e CblHnsrsb CblHnsrsbtiw elHn 1 rsbbe1 rsbbe1tile bbOO
tile ti hank at Tni Cnlm1 > n Mo Dee Dt t 2T M2 M2lat I ad adr nadIatr
lat Iatr r fhot hOC and killed l ItlCtth > cctivp Chtyr Chtyrin Ct1 1eIi
1 huaklr of f ChIeag < hl < ag while wbItere at attug
in tug apiure i III in ti t ttie J e Kansasstatajprfeen Kansasstatajprfeenhaving Kun KunsaastatdptlSoahaving litat1pnseIJBG litat1pnseIJBGtunlng
having been snt Nnlen scnteiieed nc d for saferob saferobfrom safe safefrom Jftbbfit Jftbbfitfrom
from Ixmtebnrg Kan under the aaia aaiaof name nameof me meQ
of Albert 1bert Oori < Rud Rudsip rpll fit t tiear s cfljpfipi cfljpfipinear r
n near r Paola Kan Jan an It anfl an vfls 1IIU 1IIUuntlr w wsetjuently b bseuent1y
setjuently untlr tried and c OOftvtcte4lwfl convgtot nvtc < M and ar atmen atmenk i iun I
un k 11 pdeteriniTialc df > terDllnalf e Penrfltce sen enteiice tewe of from five ftito fhoeto fiveto
to tor years in the > Wnit enitentiary t1aQ at t Lan Laasr LanA
sr s
srA A C Kansas onttaS pardon will be asked for torit toritolph Tuuolph Tu Radoiph
uolph at once that he maybe may1Iirtakelt may betaken takesr t tMissouri to toMlsamrf <
Missouri 11 nuri on a requisition aDd tried triMmurdtr f fmurder for formurder
murder and bunk b nk robbei rubtloz0 X > ecg4 Pol PolHn C PqLtins
tins Hn Rndolphs Rndol h partner h tit the t Tfnlon Tfnlonime lntontme Dton Dtonimf
imf was rrifd and convicted cOIIflct ed and a1Iwm a1Iwmlot w will willbe l ll
l lot c c xecuted March 11 11UNITED 11UNITEDSTATES J
PjninB P nInu Feb 0 15 1 iT1v The draft daftot of th tire con conMiiiiTio contilwl conpf
MiiiiTio tilwl tf f tho tb republic republ of Panama has luwNon M hastflf1
Non approved by h the foasttttitNmat t it iwn iwnv ri ri4ltlOfl V Vi
i v 4ltlOfl Wion i n tnd i ir WH wall thltvet 0 dl livefaM 4Wiai to the theprovisional tb tbprvislona
provisional junta for raUO rautReIloft a OR It will willurolvby willrh wiltb
urolvby rh be b ri rltlfkt1 tiffed on onDr MOnday Uontfayl
l Dr > r Amnrfor na mnor or who ho will be eWt e electeil d Pt JWeSi JWeSirInt pre i idm
dm of uitw u the > republic on M9 I 8ay will WIltt1JnlC as assume asiinie ¬
sume offtee offk f on Wednesday WednesdayTh dMda rdneedaThe dMdaTh
Th The > orUcte which autboriisfeS autlM the e UnitedSaits United L tMtplSa
Saits Sa ts to tb ti restore order ortlertntbe tn the ripuWiC WIt oi oiPanama oPnnama o oHunamu
Panama hUH I l order b be bebt1 beqaIre4 < U4i4in U4i4inbc iiii iiiiben
bc ben n retained in tin IlwPablo i he constttirtftan constttirtftanPablo congtJta congtJtaPa
Pablo Pa bin AroMnxna AfOIO Kna has hadfrft been bnpt bnptIeitt < fOad fOadtlertt
tlertt of f the constitutional conat on ltudonat onve Onve5tlO v i tioie an nd ndrilid ndArlatidts i iArietkio
Arietkio rilid t Arjona and ririo rIo Urriobt are arevice arcykc arevice
vice presidents pr sidcnts of o that bod h y yBOOMERS 0 01Ii
Chicaffn Chi n + oh i W 12A A party ff f pe elrats Deere Deererits o orat
lrats rat with a band anO an hettHe1 t ty y Retort RetortBmlkc RfJbWtHlfJk flabertI
> I Bmlkc left f on 01 the 1 hf Illinois Central r t 1 to todlt tona O Olay
dlt na lay for New S w Orleans 0r1 oan8 intrndifie to stop stopt tP tPaf
af it t > tvoral rnl other oitis dti fcqtn gojng n and nn4lrg r rftwi urri urriB
iNto B Th city ball fartftto of tlfc ra raOUIltV rfc rfcountv
UHlft ountv D flOOiC n ooraey wnkrh is isV iscv to
W V K R i Hcarts presidential aspJratio as iON tiosaa iONI t ts
a > s tItu iU a protect aj against insn t QttdlaJ tjd etalmed etalmedichi fJalmedrlJtl 1aImedrlrht
I ichi to speak for the th Deniocnrte Defat oT fhl fhlEEYFTJS thiao h1
3 ao aoDBEYFUS Q
111 111DREYFUS
Paris lar C Feb 13 13M M neY Beyer 3eyercounseIOr 3eyercounseIOrIf counselor counselorf oounSe1rnf
nf > f lh the court of f asyatio ii u C JJ mpIet mpIetl rnpl pt t tNI t te
e NI < l hi report of the Drfeyf Dr rbyful yr fJ se seLa mil
t1 La L curl Ut ill Al 1Ut m In a aIt f1 > r rIt
It cOD consideration l hra Uon
For heart to heart and cheek to cheek cheekWell cheekWell cheekWclI
Well pull without a hitch hitchWell hitchWen hitchWell
Well fight the Ruse and up the creek creekWell creekWell reekWell
Well make him runovitch
bench In the several committee meet meetings meetinga meetSup ¬
Sup in which wh h the Smoot case has been beendiscussed beendiscus beendiscussed
discussed ed BeverMge is the only orn mem member mmbee m mMr ¬
bee of the majority who has ba expressed expressedMnttmente expressedtl expreseedsentiments
tl sentiments favorable to Smoot Th Thminority Themninotity The The1IdnerUy
minority membership of the committee committeeis committeeun
is Bdmund dmund un l W Pettus Pett Alabama Fred FredIV Fred1YC Fred1W
1YC IV ftitbsis Idaho Joseph J ph W B DaiLe DaiLer Jkj le ler
jQwSfts r LSJB Lq S Overman O North Caro CaroAll eroJCMPlCarD aro arolisIiitJC
lisIiitJC JCMPlCarD 1 tIark 4rag 4ragAFfl L LA
A AFfl ofDWDoi of u1oi u1oiAll C CAll >
All of these excepting ex tiD Dab are arebinjers areItlrptf arehiayers
binjers The proposed pro O ednYf investigation t1on of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Mormon n church has been n urged urgedstronkb urgedstronkl urgedstronkly
stronkb by Sentr SeDftt Dubbl Dub I who whothroughout whothroughout bo botnroQbout
throughout his entire western political politicalcareer pQUtlcaIca politicalcareer
career ca leer has been opposed to the alleged allegeddomination aUegeddOl allegeddominationof
dOl dominationof domination lhatio of the tb Mormon church in inpolitics inpolitics
politics Senator Dubois represents r prellent in inhis inhill Inhis I
his opposition to Smoot what may be becalled beeaUed becalled
called the young oung Mormon Idea Ide whose whoseleader whoaeleader whoseleeder
leader is Frank J Cannon annon of OgdenUtah Ogden OgdenUtah O n nTJtah
Utah who Is opposing oppo ing Smoot 8mootttJrou through throughhis throughhis k khis
his newspaper and in his public utter uttera utter utterBces utteracees
Bces a s Senator Dubois will be an ef effective effective effectlve ¬
fective force in the committee especial especially peclal ¬
ly with his Democratic colleagues in inmaking inmaking intasking
making up u the verdict on Mormon Mormonchurch formoneturch Mormonchurch
church matters Of C course o toe mem members memb teembeer ¬
beer b rg of the committee on privileges prii es and andelections andelection andelections
elections with several veral exceptions have havenot hav havnot havenot
not expressed exp opinions to show that the thecase lbettl5e thecase
case against ag1 nst Smoot is prejudged but butenough butenough butenough
enough has been said to Indicate clear clearly dearIT clearly ¬
ly that unless the Investigation i is soft softened BOiteurd softened ¬
ened for political purpose the Mor aiormon Mormon Mormon
mon church e urch will m have to show a very veryclean veryelcan veryelen
clean bill of health t alth if it retains it repre representative representatte representatire ¬
sentative In the th senate senateElement enatfElem senateElement
Element Elem t in Smoots FavorThe Favor PavorThe PaTorThe
The approaching presldentai election electionand ekoetlonand electionand
and the fact f et that the Mormon ormon church churchmembership charekmembership I Imembelfihlp
membership can ftn control Ontr 1 the vote of ofUtah ofltah I
Ltah and maybe the balance of power powerin
in Idaho and Wyoming may mi cause caueethose BUtethose causethose I
those high in n the Republican party partymanagement prtymanagement
management to call off the commit committee committee ¬
tee from fro too searching an investiga investigatl I1ve
4 9 Butte Feb t 13 1310 In Judge Me MeMtrnllns 4 +
4 Piemans court room today tO aF Albert 4 I IBNkrnan
4 Beckman on trial for the second +
+ 4 tIme > for t the th killing of Helen Kelly KfI1Yattemptfd 4 4attempted +
4 attempted ti t take his own life lifeWhle +
+ AVhlte Attorney Denny DPnn wa was mak 4 4lag 4 4ing I
+ lag In a plea pl for him Im Beck Lleckna knNIa rta dretv dre 4 4knife 1
+ > knife front rro his pocket UMl ad cut a ahorrible 4
4 4 horrible gash in his throat The Thewound 4 4 4wound
4 + wound was R not notlleep dee deep p enough eno p to In InOIet 4 t
4 SUet fatal Injuries The Jugular 4 4 I
4 vein was not touched While h hp + I Ihied
4 + bled prof profatply asly the attending pity phrslelamf + 4t
t siciana jIan believe bUo > ve he will recover ver verThe 4 4 4The
4 + The ca case M8e went to the Jury tonight toniPtt toniPtFRANCE 4 f fFRANCE
t 1 + + + + + + + + + I IFRANCE + + + + + + + +
Paris Feb is 1 iTlo Tb 11t uanevr un2 of a con confttet eonlist on onmet
met betwfii Kn rasee 41W cc and nd SUm has beendlipaltd been beendissipated beenpatrd
dissipated patrd by the fiRnincr tfJ n tonight by For KornJgn ForI Fori1
nJgn i1 Minister MIn1 < tT l 1f 1eleassp > > rlca lra e p pnd the Btame Siamese Siameseminister M Mmlniter e eminister
I minister to Franc of n a treaty tr delmU delmUin d dellm1tInt Im1t Im1tIAt
in IAt Int the frontier between SLUR 91 j and tam tambomo ramtodto ambodto
bomo a Fr Frnh N nh protoctorate in Indo IndoChl Indoehh IndoChl
Chl ehhTbt
This trcnty t tront rn t pecuros substantial lU bstallt tcrri tcrritortei terrttoriai tcrrltmmi
tortei and economic fC noml advantages to > Frtutoe Frtutoeami ir irand yranieand
and an increase in e of her political infuence infuenceIn
In the tb country One artl artld rl < of tb con convention convUIUoh concntiou ¬
vention awiirca freedom fr om in Slam j the thetratfo thetraft thetra
tratfo tra of all t1 nations nationsTWO nationsca nationsTWO
ca caTWO
Montreal 01 < 1 1started Feb 13 13In In a tire which vhichStarted whichStarted
Started over on tbe jewelry establishment ofPioointk4d of of9iooninei ofJAoomfJelct
9iooninei tJro Broiltem tf tonight two men menaad ment menud
aad ud a woman anWf WFT were burned to death Ten Tenanti TfnpQ Teeant
anti la upper u m JIMN iw were M ntt ft off by h the thsPke thelIWke thewvke
lIWke Pke When the flrmrn arrived rhedt their theirfirst t hpfrnm heIrfirst
first care ca tvas to rvs rtuw tU u the th < xnipant JMlPknfot xnipantof ejpijuot
ot the bulkling whlth w was s a difficult difficulttapk dlfncoultark difficulttaek
tapk Two men and a w nmiLQ n aa were tivk tken tkenOUe tdeeet Q Qciyi
ciyi et de deAd l and ala s ix oth othpr r wr wt4 r reritied stiiod Hod te tea m1friouf ina
a ertous OTl onUitlon ltlon and it nd r rJon1 mov l t to < > the thehosnital thelIotl thehoeetal
hosnital lIotl tal Tnc Tr drs d dce1 1 iJ1 1 r t not > ct t b ben benIdetited en enGIVES n
1 Idetited fleiJ fleiJt
Ci Cit
San Francisco Feb I b l lVinccnt Vincent c or orvel ore1 orcel
vel e1 the sailor who ho was as convicted lODvtctedoC lODvtctedoCm8J of ofmajiHiauglHer offltanrlugltter
majiHiauglHer m8J AuglattT in killing his shipmate shipmateV4 sbiptrattV4ittent shipwauV4ntert >
V4 V4ittent fcent Le Mad M u L on Ixaril the tb f French FremslibdrR FrtIItlIb Frenchhdr
b bdrR hdr rk Vcnffeanterix cn antPrix v as < today to a sen senUMiefJ sentnefj pn pnchl
UMiefJ chl tu KC t six ix < it t San IJ 4i Quea QUCllI
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Saints S ints Expected to Follow FollowChurch FoUowChurch FolI9w FolI9wChurch
Church Leaders LeadersT LeadersPOLITICS LeadersPOLITICS LeadersPOLITICS
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JHQJlat tIGI M J eiTY IlY Ofeb Jr e IX lJAPOSUC lJAPOSUCRudger 3ApostlcD Apostle Apostlej
BPIGI D j < Rudger Clivvvdon CIdOnhas has not been here herefor heretor heretot
for sevsrl cvtiai > days He receives recetveulry asaigry a asalary
salary as S bookkeeper for the flour out mill millhere millhere millhere
here but whenb when he comes to BrUbamtime BrIghamIii Brigham BrighamMa
Ma Iii time is taken up with 1t other temJkWal tem temotl tempotar
JkWal otl matters Since our last letter letterabout lettera1Hmt letterabeut
about ten church officials have 18ve lost losttb lostUteIr lostthj
tb UteIr 4r otTlcKil heads for not n t promising promisingto promi hlg hlgto
to obey 1 b03 tile prenthood pret tbood m all thiuge thiugeSffbtftual thtnlPiarJtpnl thhigssi4rJtunl
Sffbtftual Jl fltsuporaI i temporal JEach h and all allwere aUW allwere
were W Je Informed tntor that they thc had bndbeen been hon honorably honora henorably ¬
orably ora ty released ret Ifd but this is the way wayI wayone a7 a7of
I one of thetrt irt it You Ymrsay say that we wehave Wehaft wehave
have been 1U hotjorably Qorably released rel but we wewy
wy 1 that we have 1 ve been kicked out out1ike out1iketlo like likelogB likedogs
dogs logBJessie dogsJdasle
Jessie Whit rtllt and Alex Baird of Brig Brigham Brlgbait Brigbtnt
ham City and young Zundell of Wil Wilhird Willard Willard
lard were Ja a public meeting held in intba Int intbt
tba t First 3rst ward ard required requlredto to stand up upbejbre upbe6Jre upbefrtrn
bejbre the > entire congregation coJ1 reJ8Uon and andprotetoe andproiae d dto
protetoe to t obey the priesthood ia all allthings aUtbt allIblago
things tbt rjnlrltual and temporal They Theypromteed TheyptOIIleed TheYpromised
promised and were given their recom recommends reco recotc recoinmends ¬
mends to go g to the temple > Frank FrankOhrtetensen FrankCnisteD8fm FrankCbristenn
Ohrtetensen refused to promtee to obey obeythe obeythe obeythe
the priesthood in all things temporal temporalon
on the ground that they should not In Interfere tntetfere Intetfere ¬
tetfere In politics or business hus He was wasaccordingly wasaecordlnsl wasaenordingl
accordingly denied a recommend recommendLast recomendLast recommendLast
Last Monday OndflY at a meeting in the theFirst tileFirSt theFirht
First ward Arthui Arthui1 Wlxom Wi m connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with the Box Elder News was asked askedto askedto
to promise in norder order to bold his posi position po pee1tion l lti ¬
tion in Inthe the church to obey ob the priest priesthood t thood
1 hood in all things temporal tempc > al and spirit splrlti 5plrltual spiritualpand
i ualand ual arid In business b s and an l political mat mati mattenf teattees
i t tees rs He promised d with an explana explanation explanation explanalion
tion that a man ought to be permitted permittedi permltt d dto
i to run his hi own business Xeig Jensen Jensenthe Jensenthe en enthe
the Sunday school superintendent ac acI acceptt accepted
I cepted d this promise fomise as satisfactory satisfactorybut
but President Kelly KeU said It was not notand notand notand
and then thelJNels Nels Jensen refused reflk d to drop dropthe dropthp dropthe
< the man and President Kelly stood up upand tiPau upand
and released leased Wixom from his church churchposition churchposition
position About twenty twent other church churchofficials churchta churcholiitnIa
1 officials ta have av been given seven days to toconsider toI toconsider
consider whether they will promise e orlose or orlose orlo
I lose e their church ch lrh ofliccs ofliccsi ofilcesGdtSWhite
i Getinjniite G tS White With Rage KagePresident BagePresident
President > ntKe1l Kelly sometimes s becomes becomeswhite becomeswhite becomeswhite
I white with wJtlJrage rage when be he speaks from fromthe mmthe fromthe
the pulpito o eo one of hte hi counsellors be ¬
came spokesman for him in
meeting lOt 1 Saturday This speaker speakersaid 8pkerMid speakersaid
said that the priesthood were stock stockholders stockholdrs stockholders ¬
holders in the Opera house that is iswhy iswhy iswhy
why they were interested In it be h furthor fur further further ¬
ther said that every man holding a achurch aeburch achurch
church position Uon In thin thi county would wouldlose wouJ4l wouldlone
lose his standing unless unlt > s be supported supportedPresident 8uppon supportedP d dJreeJdl1nt
P President esjdont Kelly t e1Ly Uy in tht this light ft bt He He1d He1dfc said saidt 3d 3de
fc t made e no nOd1tfetenemt dJfteferHSe t whether ether they theyContinuedxon theyCntJl1uedoo theyCfltIniedouPagot
Continuedxon CfltIniedouPagot Pa Page
Chinamen of Utah Form orm Organization to Protect Cotintrymen Country Countrymen co lnfry lnfrymen ¬
men Who ho Enter United States Without Proper Cer Certificates CertificatesHSfool CertificatesStool ¬
tificates tificatesHSfool Stool Pigeons to Die JH
r E EATH TH te i Ute punishment puf fixed by byCltlnaln bYir
DEATH O ir Cltlnaln < i of l tYtal tah for niir of oftheftr oftheir ofthetresintrymeit t
their thetresintrymeit esuntrymen niry len who may ma be becaught betIlttt beeaugtt
caught ihiD peaching on o Celestials who whohave whohave whohave
have shipped into this country since shicethe sincethe sincethe
the exclusion excluslonct t act t A JaJ J ltge p number num er of ofChinamen ofChinamenIIOIDe ofCinnamon
Cinnamon ChinamenIIOIDe some of whom it is said saidmake saidniake I Iniake
niake their headquarters in Plum alley alleyhave aileyhave alleyhave
have banded b b ae4 theanse1rts themselves together into intoa
a sort pf Highbinder organization and andhave andhae andhave
have raised raliie4JI a fund that will be used usedin edin usedin
in ferreting ferretb out those th 0f 0 their Ua ir color colorstool eolorwho colorwho
who have IMtU playing 1k ° pArt of ofstool ofstool
stool pigeons pl to the United States Statesauthorities SbUesauthorlti Statesauthorities
authorities Death I eath is tae penalty that thatawaits thatawal18 thatawaih
awaits any such offenders otren rs who 10 may be becausrht becaught I
caught cat ht according 8 to the reports cir circulated circulated cirrelated ¬
culated about Chinatown yesterday yesterdayThe
The action taken t k n by b the t c Chinamen Chinamenis I Ii
is theresult the r result k of Ute deportAtion of WongLoule Wong WongIvowle Vonttl
Ivowle l ule a ffeleatiHl f Jeati81 who came to the theUnited tberntted thelnIted
United States via Canada C nada without the thenecessarypapers thenecessary I Inecet
necessarypapers necet necessary QpaPet8 papers He was arrested at atKureka atEureka atEureka
Eureka last week eft by Deputy United UnitedStates lTnitedSt t7nitedStatesi
St States t Marshal anhal L H Smyth alter a atedious atecUonll atedious
tedious hunt and taken takenbeloce before United UnitedStates unitedgtates tnltedSte
Ste States tea Commissioner C j ner Twomey The Thelatter Thelatter
latter orderjetf ortter t Wong I qgpie tuie to return returnat
at once to l China ChinaCase ChinaCaSe ChinaCase
Case of Won Wong louie louieIt
It was rumored at the time that thatLouie thatLottie I
Louie J I had b dbe been n tippcfl tip efl dfC < by a afel afellow fel fellow fellow ¬
low countryman country 1al1 but butsu such su h was wasreaJlY wasreaJlYnot really reallynot reallynot
not the case < Wong oog Louie was w arrest arrested arre arresteel ¬
eel by thedeputy the deputy macslml without wtth ut any anyWILL anyWiLLiAKE anyWILL
Denver Feb 13 13The 3 Th < > executive offl offlcne
of Min Miners Mm Mmera ¬
cne > of the Western estern Federation
ers have hvederid derked derid ed to withdraw all suitsTtow suits suitsnow ts I IOW
ofileera of the theColorado theolorado
now OW pending peJJ against efi1ers rs
Colorado national n guard uardiu in consequence iuonsequsnceof consequenceof
of their acts hi II connection con eetlon with strikes strikesand strikesand strikesand
and to bring action agirtnst a = os Governor GovernorPeabody GovenaorPeaDodY GovernorPeabody
Peabody alotie Id It wlllV wnv1fe alleged alle that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the governor is j directly dir t1Y responsible for forall fOlall forall
all acts aet of the militSTry and this thllfhls thllfhlsOQrse his hiscourse hiscourse
course has been in violation of luv luvThe In ItwThe w wThe
The cass will be canrle 3r11fHtl artje4 to the su supreme tUprer supretne ¬
preme prer e court and an some y years Hrs rs will proo prooably prDDablyellrp8e pronably
ablyellrp8e ably elapse before a final decision e loll Isreached is isreached Isreaehed
reached reachedatKS reachedMRS
0 0MRS
Rtcamoftd Vii y I Feb b It tlTIIf Tb salt of ofBar0n ofI ofliaron
Bar0n i he > s Caroline E van n Reques R tlues against againstt
I t D > W Arma Atf IJrong rong et al 1 was replaced on ontbe onthe onthe
the docket at f the chan chancery fi court rt to today toclay11tis todayThis < iay iayThJ
ThJ This te the suit t In which frp ataybrick ataybrickrerenuy Naybrickteleel Maybriekreeeit1y
rerenuy reeeit1y released d from Jprlson > ri In Eng KneIao4 Enalaol England
land and Mew lie held b ht a cdnvent eat is interested in itEreJltfd intereited ¬
terested It involves ir vole vxtfnslve real propEtty prop proprrty propfTt
rrty fTt in this state and Kentucky Ken tu ekF Mrs MrsMaybrickfs lollStltrlcks MrsMtrbrIeks
Maybrickfs tltrlcks int mtenet rv t conies through t her hermothers hermotbers hermothers
mothers chum In the large estate tate
Holds Again Mrs Hilton Was WasNot WasNot VfasNot
Not Dr Parks Wife WifeSEALING Wifet WifeSEALING WifeSEALING
t t
t t
I t
I N the civil division of O f fcovt the Ostrtet Ostrtetcourt ttict ttictI
IN I I court Judge William Wi ua C eterdaJ HaJD Hs Hsterday Nf Nfterday
terday mornins banded dow do dod doW doWc1oton fa > Hi Hictefon
ctefon d on in which M h hoWs that Mrs Xnnle A9 A9nie p pems
ems F A Hilton is i not the whew ef efDr olDr C Cr
r Dr > r John R Park A few fewlater fewlater mtefjns mtefjnslater >
later in the probate division iio his h heonfirmed kDJMv kDJMvconfirmed bonrconfirmed
confirmed the action uf three t t8Ioners cossSsjK cossSsjKstoners cemsvMoners
stoners which recognize the ttkad > voawaa voawaaas oijman oijmanas
as the lawful wife ife of the doctor doctorThe ctoctorThe tjoctorThe
The decision was U rendered in the t tof suit suitof siltof
of Mrs Hilton against 8gain < t W V f MeCsr MeCsrnick JIeCWnick Mecernick
nick The suit was ba based DHSH 1 on ine 1 1tmrultng 1tmrultngof he rultos rultosof mof
of the state 8 supreme court that thatlegally eh she wns wnslegally wpglegally >
legally married lI rrled to toDr Dr n Park when wIMSwas she sbewas shewas
was sealed d to him himon on D Dec e 5 lltj lSCwas laad laadwas and andwas
was brought brou ht to recover rccov r a dower inter interest interest intereat ¬
est in some property propt > rtr nov nO in Ute pos possession poK8e8Sion peasession ¬
session of Banker Me Mcturnlck urniefl WMeii 1fMthe WMeiithe Mdh Mdhthe
the doctor disposed of in it his histhe HfcUSsc HfcUSsctbe ftIe1lethe
the deeds not bearing her h hThe Sisnatttr SisnatttrThe sigutisThe
The decision deci i J1 of Judge Itall is totlk totlkeffect to toeffect tie tieect
effect ect that thattbe the sealing ceremony ceremO Tef of f ti tiilormon tie tielIormon t tMormon
Mormon church is not to be beas construed coPStfUtAas
as a a legal marriage marriageAcquires marrta marriageAcquires t tAcquir
Acquires Title to Property PropertrIn Prop rty rtyIn
In affirming the th actions of the themla8loner Com Commissioner torntn1asioner ¬
missioner the judge gives e to Mrs MrsHilton 1IIIIrtHlltftn re reHilton
Hilton a third of th the estiite left by the thedoctor tiledoctor timdoctor
doctor when he died a few f w years 7aav 7aavTIle yj yjThe acu acuThe
The commissionrs r fie appointed by byJudge byJuqe byJudge
Judge Hall in accordance < e with a de decision 4ect doelsiun ¬
cision ct ton of the supreme court In the ease ctHHtof ettI8I ettI8Iof easeof
of Hilton vs Roylance Rolan It overruled o Overrisdthe overruledthe W Wtbe
the district dl judge when he held heldMrs heWM I IMrs
Mrs M Hilton Hllt n was not Dr Parks Parksdeciding P 8 8deciding nit nitdeciding
deciding that MorriolB MOtJ > 1qi church churchare sr srare
are legal marriages but that thatdivorces thatdivorces thatdivorces
divorces cannot be recognized iIsed in court eounand eoIIttand courtand
and ordered that theestate the eetate should be bedivided 1Mdivided bedivided
divided and the woman recyive her ktrdower JwIrdower herdower
dower rights rightsThey rightJIThey rightsThey
They segregated the property proP8Ft7time son sonthne soass soasstime
time ago and reported d to Jvd 1 Judge Rs RsTIE Baa HaAHe BaaHE
He delayed d layed entering the thea judgment and anda
a few days ago Mrs Hilton Hilt aseurtd a awrit artt awrit
writ rtt of mandate frori fro 1 the state Ratepreme su supreme enpreme ¬
preme preme court directing Jjr ctlng the district dletr et Judge jadfctoact JatkI Judgetoact
toact in the premises without any far fttrtiier tJwtier fartaer
tier unnecessary delay dela The sa saadion judgVaction 4sX 4sXaction
I action yesterday esterc1a was a irtmpl mpIe mpIeoonfirmatloc tasjal tasjalconflrmatloc
conflrmatloc of the < commhwloner to toUOQ sjc sjction setlou
tion giving fro Hilton a at title tte to OK OKproperty t1Ieproperty theproperty
property set et apart for her by them themThe t tThe themThe
The pn property > B erty > rty Mr MmHilton 11 Hilton receives recetUJas isas is isas
as follows Part Pa t of lot 2 Mock fl flit flitA It ItA t tA
A the north half of th the west welltJlallet welltJlalletlot Hsatf he of atIot4bIock3lplatE oflot
lot Iot4bIock3lplatE 4 block Si U pUt K all aUofiot3bIk of lot 1 MSck
110 10 plat at D aU of o lots 1 and S I block lIoc2 lIoc2plat 2 2Plat r rplat
Plat Kl K
KlSues Sues Per D DowutJ Dowerledweot DowerledweotSince wsc laisfsst laisfsstton 1IIt 1IItSince
Since the 4eath of Dr Drton 0 0l
ton to 11 has bro DnMIIJIt gbt t four fo U r or orgain hg 8v re regain l lgain
gain possessioa of ofwhett ofwhetther what whatbasing wllatJaer
l her 4ower4tflterest oweri terest tn tM tMbuilt rovevtj rovevtjbasing
basing < 1 t b > er r contentions vpm vpmtCoatteueii 1Ipen Pen tJIa tJIaCOllt4tltKd t ttCoathtued
tCoatteueii on Page tr >
assistance whatever from tam tamcIes CSifnesJB hem or ordes fr frties
des In fact he was bitterly 17by fMsjIH fMsjIHby ed edby
by the Celestials C > le tlals and it was OBIT otdi otditao ft fttwo tk tktwo
two weeks of incessant IDdlllllDltJa1lur labor tftai ENflp Dsputy ENflputy DePuty
uty Marshal llars al Smyth nth was able to hmdhis hmd IIJadhil Ipudhis
his man manvHowever manHowever teflHowever
However the Chinamen In Inwt tjsJs t etty ettywere cyWere
were wt > re led to believe that the tileIong arresi of ofWong t tWong
Wong Louie was mad Ie possible po Ity y the theassistance tJktRssilltanee theassistance
assistance rendered tnck > red by stool t tThey psyecys psyecysThjey iit4iThey
They immediately called a ineetintV it itis 11i Ltis
is said of some of the moat pfoimteen pfoimteenCelestiato M MCele8tials 1 1Celeatsals
Celestiato and organised a awlJ4 society societywhose esdetywhose
whose e sole aim is to detect deWctwoo rhmsss Ahlaazwho > r rwho
who are believed to be peachUjy cldIt cldItatl It Itwas Itwar
was atl agreed by b those e present tHat tklIueh any anysuch anysuch
such Celestial that in nay < iy be discoveredshall discovered dJ800ftftGblJ dlseoveaedshall
shall be killed It is said lei tnat diet a con considerable consldrable eonsiderable ¬
siderable sum of money moneyral has been beenraised beenraised
raised ed by the organization and 114 every everyeffort eyeryfffort everyeffort
effort will be made to apprehend ap re1ieD4 tile tlwChinamen tileCbinat theChinatnen
Chinamen n who ho are thought tho t to he asslating as assisting aaai8Ung ¬
slating the United States StateJThere officer officerThere omeegg omeeggThere
There are about 300 Chinamen hi this thiscity tII tIIcity 1Mmcity
city who possess the neeejuarjr n nto jNlpef jNlpefto k4e k4eto
to entitle them to residence hi thIs thIseountry tbrscountryv tlahlCuntry
countryv Just bow many there are who whodo wood whodo
do not possess the cnoeclwe cAo coc cla ew ewmlcration eh e or tsji tsjimigration tusmigration
migration certifi rertificatsa rtiftftt tes are unknown anknairnalthough unknownalthough 0 0altboUgh
although it is believed be e1 there are areera sev several ¬
eral era Their fellow covhtfymea keep keepthem keepthem kedpthem
them so well w U concealedtint COItCe concealed tllBt it Ita I al almost gimost ¬
most I11 impossible to discover di orarrestthem orarrest orarrestthem Of ane tlitem
them The moment m ntth t3 thts ata t tlooking suspluleai suspluleailooking up4I up4Ilooking
looking Individual appears ppeay the t1 war warlug wamibig wamn
lug n f is flashed and every f CWlik CJiMkdoeR Ch1flkdoes wlW wlWdoes
does not possess a clioc ctIaee qh e at attatea at4M c cfades
fades from view viewSTEAMER viewSTEAMER viewSTEAMER
MarshAeld Ore Feb 33 ItThe Tb tele telephone telepholic ¬
phone line is down between here and andPort andPort andPort
Port Orfo Orford the tb scene Qe bft6el bft6elwrer wrer ofthe of ofthe
the lumber lad ladt > n steamer s earner Fuitoitwhich Fulton Fultonwhich
which went ashore yesterday n hfle IaIIeoen IaIIeoenthe hIleieiithe > w wthe
the way from Columbia rivvr to flan flanFrancisco sli sliFrinciscu n nI
Francisco Frnc The only Infjinnatitm tbjlhas tbjl tIiItus
I has been received frnm fn iu that t place wa wafrom wafrom
from a traveling man who w arrived a1Tin a1Tinth Her Herthis herthis
th this evening Hf > > t svs lY ivs that the jtfsltoi jtfsltoiIs 1tO1is
Is a total wreck from fr ni which nothlRK nothlRKwill notlgwill
will bo saved Ho adds artd that whflt whfltIW vit t tb tbcrew t tcrew
crew was forced to leave lye the cmt cl clof cr4t ott ottof n nof >
of the t oftkershe officers he was unable tdrjw tdrjwwhether tJ tisrn tisrnwhether IVn IVnI
I whether it was the first or semist semistfleer SI SIj > 1 1fleerwas
fleer fleerwall was drowned It isexpwtdth isexpwtdthcommunication i isezpett4thetcommunication et UISt UIStI
communication will be restored rea red Wle Wletlme tOIIEtime esmetime
time tomorrow
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1 + 4
1 + Paris Pa B Feb 13 l3France France has gi gifen gi + 4
I 4 fen fn official notification of her ad adbesion 4 +
4 hesion to Secretary Secretar > Hays note on onChina 011Cidna oi oiCblnn +
+ China + I
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CrsjM Q bInca4npn1elttyn EncamBnv t t Wyo bib b13fHb M Nonly all ihr th pj wI j jie te u tf > f rhie rhietown thi thitfhue thitWli
town tfhue aeEBBgWl 50 engged g l tjie bunt for the nan n n who h cniniit PDiP1 iu u itoj t < i a titndili titndiliassault tivndil1auIt 1ndjIaaagiilt
assault on Sarah P P3f1 v daughter of James J UUc Iarr a irirm PjiPlllJo man aI Th ThgiriWHirknocked Thgiri TitgiriwknoeKct
giriWHirknocked giri knefked dos dOMio dOAQeboked choked into Int in insensibility in IbIltq ninA tU iiefl n drdRtrl dr4ggedIntoceant dra drdRtrlID td tdiotaa
iotaa ID Intoceant rsoant UtI04tl1 loU loLwhtre where re the brut accomplished his bi i luF iuvpce u ppKe Her a aa t talJaut =
MiJauf a ikiut then th n severed her long tresses tr JP9 from her head using a puknif puknifand plIknifand penkuifand >
and tearing teQrh most of ofUtt the > hair out by the roots The Th > gjrl was not ot friund friunduntil fJlul1 facaduntil
until several g eralbours hours lioursiater J Jtf er and a lld vas as in a critical < Titir 1 condition The T he assajit 8 assaj assii1utg tsail tsaill I
I it ttIne l sssl surtVpote Etl4i 0 4 wfeQWnote n t > which he f r in the girls girl 1rlt hand sayiiift Ybl he would vcuWttIne JU H W

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