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IWENTY c FOUR VICTIMS <
1 OF THE THEJACKSON JACKSON HORROR HORRORB HOR ROR RORBbdies
BSdies B dies atd Fragments Fr gi11ents of Human HumartB kings ings Taken 1 ak en to to0d toogdi
4 ogdi 0d Ogden n After the Explosion E ExplosionIffquet plos j I I IIn v vA vIirqjJBst
> + A
IirqjJBst In iJf tRfld Held Over the Mangled Remains RemainsConsf9 RemainsConsiderable Gonsr0pajble rble Money fifioneyFound MoneyFound MoneyFound
Found on the Greaikp Gre6J GreeJ <
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frftiml J to The Herald HeraMUjltBS HeraldO eraH eraHO
Feb M 2tJteeeuect Rescued by torch torchght tor torchlight ch chHght
UjltBS O light ght from the coyotes nineteen nineteenbocries nineteenbo nineteenbOiea
bocries bo of men women WOW U and chil children cbUd childrn ¬
dren d n killed at the explosion at Jack Jackson JacklIOn Jackon ¬
son on siding were brought into Ogden > n at t i
1235 oclock tbis morning Accordins Accordinsto Accord1n Accordthto I
to t prevent information there are aretwentyfour aretwntyfour
twentyfour t1f > ntyfour dead as a a result of the ca catfiRiropbe catfulrophe catgruphe I
tfiRiropbe Of these nineteen were in instantly inMantly ¬ I Iatantl
stantly atantl killed the bodies being brought brouxhthi I i iin
in on the death dq th train this th thu morning morningtvo j jtins
t tvo die on tJt the way to Ogden two In Intlda inthis I
tins city and one at Hogup HogupThe HogupThe I IThe
The Dead DeadThe DeadT DeadThe
The T list of the dead as corrected from fromthe fromthe I
the tlleat stenographic epograpbic notes of Griffin the theirflMal thei j
irflMal t eI1 Stenographer of the coroners coronersV
i VIT V Is as s follows folloivslOMsni followsBurke I
lOMsni Jha Burke general eneral eneralW fgram fgramW emp empP
W P J Burke cttbforewML cttbforewMLilrs 0 0W I
ilrs W J DaM two 4t 4 4iiher J1Ai hUrs and andne andae andae
ae son sonOw on onWa
w Wa Halleru Hailer maa neusejer neusejero Dtortr I
0 o Ow n Dermody DerttIGVJtuelela condnct oonicr oonicrmrna Mr MrTlMSttsa
TlMSttsa Kareles KarelesCtesags Jtuelelau Jtuelelaee KaitlesPe4al
u Pe4al Paii PaiiQ
Q 1s ee eep eeftter Ce Ceet
Ctesags PcaouiM PcaouiMMPJSS3
< MPJSS3 QVCSUKSS QVCSUKSSDk H
ftter et etIAe oa oaDk
Dk Dk Orames OrameslAtfis onuL
lAtfis lllIIaUoa lMaIZQLr IfaKBo IfaKBoOust
r J Oust otX Oiat1eIL Oiat1eILXerko Pastnsi PastnsiKersjdkos
Kersjdkos KergeakiM KergeakiMI4wte X Xerte XerteAtess
Atess e N NLM Nype NypeTw
I4wte Tw Oonton Oontonlw C fttbO contsTwo
bO lw aafdentifled 1I u Oreeto OreetoOeoys ie 1JebJ 1JebJa behga7boy
a a7boy boT
i iTlte IIa
Tlte Iaue4 Iaue4Oeorae IzjedGeerz
Oeoys KocainaJs the victim y of f faedde the theaccident tileedcIiWt
accident aedde who died this afternoon kna knabe a abeei
be be4Ift n added to the list of the dtwd The Theother TheinJured Theothi
other Injured InclUde S J Cowtney Cowtneycondtetor C CtneyIofldWtor 8tn 8tnoDdtIietor
condtetor three ribs broken and in infared1 Int In1U3ed
fared1 t about th the back and hips En Enfrincer Enper Enrl
per rl eer Luna iiijuied about the head headJanes hetU1J11Je8 headJauee
Janes tanton engMeer efll1 r three ribs ribsbroken ribsbroken ribebroken
broken William Taylor operator face facehead faceeacI facehead
head eacI and body badly oadl bruised and tn tnjuoed lbjUJrdrB IniuWd
jUJrdrB juoed Mrs William Taylor face badly badlyt bseU bseUbumed badlytnd
t tnd pund burned severely eve injured Cur Curly C1IrJy Cury ¬
ly y Williams ItrkenMUi brkemanody rkelDUl ddy injured injuredWestcott InJUNdWi InjuredWeatcott
Westcott Wi > 8tcott slight Injbrtes t rkea Gus Ca Caniike caI1IJkt CanUke
nUke injured < about the th bead Thhnens ThhnensCarali ThhneusCataIh I
Carali < injured d about the head and andQeorge andecrge andbodGeorge
bodGeorge Qeorge ecrge Catsamte head and back backWwe backbIjbkI
bIjbkI bIjbkIThiee I
Wwe other oth r Greeks were ateo o brought broughtkin brou broubtit t
100 kin the special train < but their con condttiatt condtI
d dtI dttiatt it was so serious rious that t t they h ey could couidwot COIlktth coulduot
wot JhS Aparpached or t efi efitaken nag nagtakes J
th tht
taken t TO to the operating 0 rat1n room for i iOtele iuatlo hnfl hnfldists
Otele Attention AttentionThe uatlofrs attutIonI4
frs I4 S4aen SoeneThe
The tedies were ere nearly nearlyau all in fright frightful fri frightAu bt btful ¬ I
ful e shsjpc Bvrn n the undertakers aodertakerashrmnk ers ersraak
4 shrank raak Sack fi In horror The remains remainsof
of one man supposed s to be remalnsl J 1Berke 1 W WBttrke Wllurke
Bttrke the section foreman were ere put putinto putInto putinto
into a small iali box not over Oe > two feet feetlong feetJonc feetlong
long It was merely a collection of off offrameuts t tfra
f fra raiments When they arrived in Og Ogden Ocdftl Ogdon
den in a boxcar the bodies had badtea been beenpmckcdl beenJsd
pmckcdl Mf raugrh rvu iniiirovised 9f 9fboae woqden woqdenboxes OQIIJe ° °
boxes 00 They were ere promptly mptly loaded loadedinto lGadedinto leadedinto I
into undertakers wagons and a big bigfurniture bigfurniture I
furniture van and carted over to the thetemporary thet thetemporary
t temporary morgue m arranged a ed in the thestore tbestore theEtore
store room formerly occupied by Me MeCreadys XcCreadra McCreadya
Creadys try ry goods store t on Washing Washingten
ten street reet between Twentythird and andTwentyfourth andfoarth andPeatyourtk
Twentyfourth foarth ftreets There the dts dtsngnred cIIfted dlengared
ngnred 1M Bodies and the fragssenta were werelaid wereJaW wereaW
laid MMt on boards to be Identified and andto aDdto andto
to be tsubeJuiid by Xn tuiertakera iertakers Rickey Rickeyl Ricke Rickef RlckeylArhiu
f arkin l < rIdaD and LJndquist La while an anx anxious anx10u9 ¬
1 ious crowd Including friends of the thevictims thevietl thevictims
victims vietl waited at the door in the theouter theouter
outer 0 darkness held back by two stern sternpolicemen stempo1Ieeme sternpoilceuzen
policemen policemenSfory poilceuzene47
po1IeemeIteIy
Sfory e47 of Deputy JCunMMl JCunMMlOn oIIaa1On 4rsIlon
On the thedeatb death train was Deputy Unit United Lnltfd ¬
ed 4 State tateO Marshal > Laden H Smith He Hehad Hehad liehad I
had been out on oi the cutoff euto < to serve a asubpoena abpoetaa asUbpoefts
subpoena bpoetaa and was at MMlake ke when whenth 1dIe 1dIet Wlieithe
t the th e erpJosion p took place plaeeOein plaeeOeindlatEly Oate Eeleg < tramp trampttately Imrtety I
ttately tety to the scene > be worked d tead teadlIT steadv teadity
lIT v tve thirtjslx hours rescuing retJC in injured Ininred
J jured and picking up bodies Mr r Srayth Sraythfave yth ythgaTe b bBaTe
BaTe a graphic account < of the grew grewIt e e8UJMe grewIt 1
8UJMe 1Ieene 1IeeneIt
It was after dark when I arrived arrived1there arrivedthere arrivedthere
there be said Men were ere already alreadyworking alreadywortdq alreadyworkIng
working with lih torches and lantern
Special to The Herald HeraldjABiilWOTOK Hera HeraW UerliIdAIAWNoToK
AIAWNoToK jABiilWOTOK A8JDfOTON D C Feb 20Tbe 20Tbef OTbe1atrocIucUon 20Thevv
W vv f Introduction of a bill appropri appropriating a appropriating J fOpri fOpriatbq ¬
ating S34MMO for f r an extension extensionnear extenalODnear extensionnear
near Jamestown Va in ceie ceiebratiofi cetedoI1 ceiekat4wa
bratiofi doI1 of the first permanent permanentstti permaa permanentsettlement nt ntMttlement
stti settlement ment of English speaking people peoplein
in 1 America will have an unfavorable unfavorableeffect untavorableeffd unfavorableefret
effect upon the t e pending proposition to toH toMppaoprlate touppioprIate
H Mppaoprlate > i > ropriate a slightly larger amount amountfor amounttm amowitfui
for the Lewis and Clark exposition expositionThis exIlOl ezpotUoi7hh O Ohh
This hh settlement was made it will he her ettmemberel bert
ttmemberel rt r membereJ May Jila 13 1607 almost two twocenturies twontunes twoetnturtes
centuries previous to the Lewis I > wis and anddark andClark andIrk
dark Irk expedition and many members membersof mt > mber mberof
of the house are urging that the corn cornn oonaIltrooratlola eog eogneruoratioh
n ernoratton of this event should take takepifredence takepii i
pifredence pii edenee of the Lewis lAw and Clark ClarkThe ClarkThe I
The fh Jamestown proposition has be been bfoena n na
a itoted for quite a while bile in Virginia
picking npiM up v lji t bodtes The rbe country countrythere counlrytlIereje countrythere
tlIereje there Mju4t to Ju aA ftat ta a a afoot 1Ieor It is isevidenUy IsevldeatQ IsevkIently
evidenUy psart ef f what it once was the thelake tbelake thelake
lake bed 1 fevpyered ed with white whitend whitendaDd sand sandand sandand
and is absota Jsr deroW o1d of vegetation vegetationnot tation
not saMt < this thislevel I IeveS
n even usk gsowteg on j
level taurw The bodies b dles lay layseatteretl lay0tteri
seatteretl 0tteri tt on < i ali Me ea for as tar as ashalf ashalt ashalf
half or trm tthsyum of a mile There Therewere Tberewero Therewere
were yofaf lRy 1t Men at t work with withtorchlights withtoreblights Ith IthtOJbn
torchlights and lanterns The night nightwas nightWa Ight IghtW8
was Wa dark y > aJ ia 1 tbe period of the thenew thenew thenew
new moon anClit ant nttlie eODIY Only light was ar artificial i iUncial Itledal
Uncial j jCoyotes
tledalCoyot Coyotes Coyot lEDBwlittf kwllu w1inl fear NsiarThe fearTbe ffarThe
The coyotes apeOea psHed toe thedead dead bod1 bod hodlea i iks
Us and began A 1 come COme in howling howlingfrom boungfrom bowlingfront
from all sides al le seeking Ing thecarrion the be carrion it iiwas j jwas I Iwas
was necessary if f0Ualb possl We E to get the thebodies thebodlal thebodies
bodies in that at t in keep p them from fromthe freathe I Itile
the coyotes dpUMiently pMgsent1 wen tlr everybody everybodywas e erybod erybodwaa
was workiag w workji hard tar < > The absence a e of ofvegetation ofvegetation I
vegetation egetaUOI1a and ti the whiteness of ofth the thesand thesand
sand helped h ped U aseaneners Men with withtorches withtorches ith ithtorehe8 I
torches scattered sea tt er out in every direc direction irection ec ecUon ¬
tion Every ery new and then some man manwould manwould manwould
would eo come upon pp n a burned and dis disfigured disfigured disIlgured ¬
figured body JifM Iytn on n the sand Sf Sfcuring Sicuring
curing aaslstance a he would oUld carry arl it to 10th tothi
th the central point where the bodies bodieswere bodieswere I Iere
were ere laid out out on the therround ground while hlle men menin menin I
in the mploy of the railroad company companyworked companyworked
worked making boards to put the thecorpses thecorpses
I
corpses on on Sometimes the searchers searchersi earcherswould searchersuould
i would come iip upon n a hand or some orne oth other other
er fragment ot a body One Ou mans manshead manshead
1 head was as blown completely oft o and andwa andwa
wa wai found apart from the rest of the thebody thebod thebody
body bod The bodies of Mrs Burke and andher andher ftCI ftCIber
her three children hndreRwpre were found close closetogether closetogether e et
together t ther Their clothes were ere torn oft oftthem oftthem offthem
them but the bodies were scarcely scarcelyscorched sarcelyscortbed
scorched scortbedDaylight
When Daylight Came CameI
I shall never forget fo the scene when whendaylight whendaylight b n nayUbt
daylight cam came At we die place there was wasa as asa
a round hale torn In the ground 154 l 8 feet feetin f feetin et etin
in diameter and about twentyfive feet feetdeep rEletd feetdDep
deep d > ep The section house had been n torn tornto tomto tornto
to fragments One engine was reduced reducedto
to small pieces ea while hlle the other wan wa a atotal ntotal atotal
total wreck Box car ears 1 were re reduced reducedto re d
to splinters and burned as far as the thewood t tood thewood t
wood ood portions pd ton were we concerned Car Carwheels ar arwheels
wheels were ere blown Qwft as far f as threequarters three threequarters threequarteis I
quarters of a mile in every elT direction directionplainly 4trectJonIIay
plainly visible o ft the level while w te sand Rd I Iwere I Iwere Iwere
were drive drn wheels UNIt rods bolts boltspieces l boltspeces I IJ
pieces of trucks pertftpns ef f engines enginessplinter e eliDtent enginesitntere
splinter liDtent of q w MNl an aM other er debris debrisut debele3ut
3ut ut that wasnot was 1t u 01 the won worst nit t OM euy euyotes afYotea y yOlea
otes had heuR kept off the tIMtc nl nlm nht nhtbrought
c f
brought tnBut tnButI m In But Butas Butas
as usHilg ta7Ught t ei V e eoaM see here areanti hereand hereand
and there on ODtUeJtUII Oathe the Wt < s sand pieces of ofclothing ofclothing ofclothing
clothing and In some places the hag fragments rag ragmenta 1 1ment
ments of human man sodies These frag fragments fragments ¬ I
ments were carefully t1Ily picked up and andbrought andbrought andbrought
brought to where the bodies were wereSearching1 wereSearching ere
I
Searching For the Bead BeadA DadA
A force of Greeks Grt ekJ > under the direc direction direction ¬
tion of Division Engin Engineer xr r Marsh direc1 was waskept fru frukept as askept
kept fcusUv at at work building a track
around aroundtle hole which hlh was big enuugu enuuguto en ento
to drop dr dro a house into By dark they theyhad tbe7bad theyhad
had a temporary track completed so sothat 80that sothat
that trame could be resumed reaiu ed ed over the themain thelDI1t thertin
main o line Another force of men was waskept waskept U Uke
kept ke t busy making maki the boxes for the thebodies tbeb thebodies
bodies and nd others kept up the search searchfor earchfor searchfor
for corpses COI St8 all day dayI da
I talked talk with a large number of ofmen ofmen
men about the accident As near as I Icould Icould I
could learn the gravel train was draw drawing drawm drawlag ¬
lag m onto the siding The supply train trainwas trainwas
was U comma toward it on a down downgrade don8r downgrade I
grade 8r The engineer en eer of the supply supplytrain 8upplyt supplytrain
train t tried to stop his train but he hesay bewoukl hesei
say the ale k > would not work w and he hewhistled hew hewhlstIed
whistled w for relwahee brakes The he head brake brakeiMKn brakemgi
mgi iMKn iMpAdte 1 J lib ± 1 and started arted backover backoverthe bask ever overthe evertbe
the train trifID The rear brakeman was in inthe Inthe
U the ta esbe boae > JJe say he did not hear hearthe heartile hearthewhtle
the thewhtle wh whMfe Ajt 4 any any rate he did not notrespond Dotre8 notresnd
respond respondThere re8 n
nIcUs4t < IcUs4t Fire FirehT PireThere
hT There ht was a a collision oll11Ji n on the frog frogThe frogThe I
The operator qtla7Mr Taylor went to the sta station station Matlon ¬
tion and Yld ifti as sendmg 1Dc hia na report of the thecollision thecol1iion thecol1lsio
collision The TbeOreelblIn Greeks m the outfit cars cantwere carswere
I
were getting < < mt their things < as in insome lafIOlDe Insome
some way a one of the cars caught fire firejust lirejust I
just 8t hj bjw > w nobody seems to know The Theoperator Theoperatrhnd
operator oper operatrhnd Y had evidently just come 1e out I
POOR OUTLOOK fOR PORTLAND PORTLANDS
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S Lower House Hou of Congress Not Disposed to Opeh Public Pub116PurseOld Publicfeucse
feucse Du PurseOld ssOld Old Virginia Project Proj ct Will be listed listedto Used UsedtoDefeattheBill
< to toDefeattheBill Defeat the Bill BUt
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I and it may be that some 8 meJcJs log rolling rollingwill QUineVi roIlingwill
will Vi ill be necessary in order to prevent preventa
a conhofldaUon atJaD of oft1te the bill In other otherwords otherwo otherwo
words wo the t th proposition may be brought broughtforward btoulrhtforaM broughtfoi
forward foi to make an omnibus bill of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two project ojtpi both to be pased or de defeated deteate4 dotested ¬
tested together togetherIt t tIt
It must t be admitted however howev r that thatat thatat thatat
at the t present time no considerable considerableamount oonjtderableamount
amount JiJ Of OtenthusIasm enthusiasm ta has been exhib exhibited exhibIted ¬ j
ited over the t proposed Jamestown af affair aftalr affair ¬
fair ate aid a the strength n8t1a behind h a4 it has not notyet notyet
yet 7 < been n determined although it is a amatter amatte f
matter which lt will bear close watching
The house leaders 1e who are not well ell dis disposedtoward disrajeed ¬
posedtoward rajeed towa towaM the Portland exposition expositionmay expO expositionmel ttloamAY
may encourage e the promoters of the theJamestown theJatDHtewn theJamestown
Jamestown exposition e Knowing that m mi Inthe
i the pendency CY of two similar e measures measureseach measureseach ures
each jeopardises r4t the other unless each eachhas eaclabaS eachhas
has strong 8tH hacking ackin
ALVORD AGAIN IN JAIL JAlilI
I I Tombstone Art AriS Feb M eBurt Hurt Alvord was brought lII ucht to Tombstone Tombstonetonight TomlMltonetonight
t tonight by Sheriff LeI and landed behind the bars from which be heescaped beaped beescaped
escaped < aped together with cvonten nt fellow prIsoners pri one two month ago Al Alvord Aloro Alvord
vord oro and William Stiles lw hot both > th h charged > d with complicity in the Corhie Corhietrain Chi oehjetrain f
train robbery were ere the ringleaders ringad r of tho th he fugitivts rug itivn and led the otficcrs otficcrsa
a 1 eary earye cfeape tp for many J l4 days ys lit efforts to capture ture them themTh themThe
J Th apture < of Alvord was u Affected last night near Naco in Mcxiro Mcxironfur Mexfros xko xkoA I I
A s nfur ftr a battlf b Ilk between tlc tl1 offip otJi offIre rs r an an1 1 outlaws in which Alvord was waswounded as aswotmded
i wounded Sheriff Lewis o18 and Ranger fan er Brooks beaded a passe to 0 capture capturoAJvord captureAivord
AJvord and Siile til tilos ll who bo were TC known lIon to o pr je at a rendezvous below the theline theline theline I
line ThiJ oftirci offic r > arrived at thc th hiding pla place < e last night nlghtand and expected to to1ay
lay their tb pani plan > for th the > capture of the outlaw at daybreak d 8Ybr ea k Th Thi < > latter lattera
a I however uis diIHred < ivrred them tht > m ani op Qpnpd ntd fir tire In j the 1h battle that followed ioUuwedAlvord
Alvord was wovntfea in the tn thigh rh and ankle A Mexican itemed Garcia Garciawanted Garciaw8nted Garciawanted
wanted for murder was wounded wounded1n fa n the th arm and it is thought t Stiles Stilesaltkt lile lilealSt lles llestIst
altkt tIst is wounded > d Stiles un and < l two jfrxtcm txjJn c n rnpanJontJ pank > ni escaped aJ1td in tb tbf I Ida
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A THBflLVNG TH LL G MESSAGE MESSAG MESSAGEFROMTHEEAST MESSAGEFROMTHEEASTrff FROM THE EAST
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The Battle and 3ft1 1 ti th4Waz war ar Correspondent J
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The War Corr Correspondent epond nt 4nd ad the Story of the Battle
The he Press Osnaor a arnLe and ft1e e Story of o the th Battle att1e
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The Editor and theStory the tory of the Battle Battlet
t Bycourtesy By curte r of Chicago Tribune
WJIee a about t the 4 tl tlere
t theva thevaWere
were ere 80009 M OO pou PQ d s ot f blaeJf and andSt M Mpowder giafi giafipowder gianfpowder
powder you OU can < imagine J Imaiae ae the th force forceThe forcethe forceThe
The great greatest st t wonder wonderfs is thai anybody anybodyhi
in toe vicinity vieinit live We e heard the theexplosion tbexplo theexplosion
explosion explo ton distinctly at MWlake At AtJackson AtJacuon AtJackson
Jackson it tore to pveyhi nllfthhU t pieces piecesand piece8and piecesand
and the pieces p e8 of iron and wood were weresent weresent I
sent in all directions dl tioDII Some ot 1ft thp vic victims iictims ic icUrns ¬
tims were killed by the direct force of ofthe ottlte ofthe
the explosion and some by the flying flyingdebris flyingdebrIs ng ngdelWis
debris delWisThe
The Inquzat
Coroner COIOr r Horsley lIor J W and his jury ar arrived ar4 ar4rtved arzived ¬
rived on the th lICn cche from Brigham City Cityabout Clt Cltabout Cityabout
about 4 this thi afternoon att rnoon The taking tckl of oftestimony oftelftimony o
testimony began Immediately I tely and andlasted andla andlasted
lasted la ted till dark The inquest was then thenadjourned thenadjQurned thenadjourned
adjourned until next Tuesday and nd the theofficials theoftlcia theomeiais
officials Is came in on the he special train tramwith trainwith trainwith
with the dead bodies which Jileh by night nightfall IUghttall nightfall ¬
fall had all been encased in wooden woodenboxes woodenboxe8
boxes The bodies were then brought broughtinto blOlaChtinto broughtInto
into Ogden OgdenOne OgdenOne den denOne
One of the injured men brought to toOgden togtkn toOgden
Ogden the previous night nl ltdled died during duringthe duringthe J Jtbe
the day At 131 a m Dr GW G W Per PerKins Xerkins
Kins the Southern Pacitte physician physJetanannoun physicianannounced physicianannounced JlerI
announced announ ed that none of theae brought bromjktto Qg t tte
to the hospital was as s seriously rlo hurt At AtIM At1IU I
IM p m George Katsawte died diedEridenoe dledEviden dte dteBvidenoe
Eridenoe e at the Inquest InquestThe InqUe6tThe InquestThe
The Box Elder county officials who whowent whoWf11t whowent
went out to the cutoff eut tf In connection connectionwith eOllneetJonwith connectionwith
with the inquest were County Attorney AttorneyParry
Parry Coroner William Howfley Ho WteY and andJurors ADdJurors andJurors I
Jurors A Wight W 19b t James Ivnud lnudS on n and andChrist andChrist andChrist
Christ Hanson The TheueBt Inquest was held heldIn heldIn
In the car in which bleh the party went W eftt out outto ottto outto
to the place and Arthur CriBin frUR riis a lad hidwho ladwho ladwho I
who was 88 stenographer te rapher Aar r Engine EogineMarsh EagtMMareh EngineMarsh >
Marsh was examined The testimony testimonyof t mony I Iof
of a number of trainmen si was taken takenand takenand takenand
and also a number of other employee employesof 8JDPloTe8j
of the company who were awe able u uthrow to toLhrow tothrow >
throw some light en the Identity td ttty of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the dead The witnesses included includedBrakeman includedBrakeman Iuded IudedBrakeman
Brakeman Cunninghjn Cunufng Brakeman BrakemanCook DlakemanCook 2rakernanCook
Cook Engineer Laimn Timekeeper TimekeeperKernan tllmeJ Timekeeperernan eeper eeperKernan
Kernan ernan Special Oifler Oiil er Cerson Special SpecialOfficer SpecialO1Ileer SpecialOfficer
Officer Robins Robi Kegardlnp the tkeclrcum tkeclrcum8tan circum circumstances circuinstances ¬
stances 8tan of the acciJent tIt it was ras ascer ascertained certainecl ascertamed ¬
tamed that Engineer JUuimi ynaeeald eo could not notwork ROtork notwork
work ork the air braked IId ad whistled for or orbrakes r rbrakes I Ibrakes
brakes The Theaead head brakeman respond responded ¬ I IThe
ed The rear brakeman did net hear hearthe hearthe I
the signal and did not respond resp ll4 The Thesupply Thesupply
supply train was u crashed C11ISh d into by the thewater thewater thewater I
water train and the car CIofJeWcler carof of newder was wasstrewed wasstrewed 1 1strewed
strewed over the ground It was waslam a alarge alarge
large composite furnitureear furnitUre rDltttre car r contain containing COfttainiU containlug ¬
lug both black powder and sii giant pow powder poWder powdec ¬
der The sparks from the engine gtne ig ignited ignited Igflied ¬
nited the black powder and JIll then eame eamethe eametbe eamethe
the awful crash and heore henTeQ of the ex explosion explosion cxploelon ¬
plosion followed by Dytbe Qn > rendIng of the theearth theearth theearth
earth and the spHMterlftg of o caw euw lo locomotives 10comotive o ocomottwes ¬
comotives and baiMHngBi The lmvoc lmvocwas < navoc bavocwas navocwas
was simply tadeacrfbatole Jnde Car wheels wheelswere whee18were wheelswere
were hurled hur nearly oft a mile miI from trmAthe trmAthescene the thescene thescone
scene and other chunks of iron were weresent eresent weresemtt
sent straight upwards raining down downover downov downover
over ov r the deathstrewn deaUa ftW1t areas A chasm chasmwas chasmwas chasmwas
was opened up uplarge 1 large eiMUgii to contain containthe containthe containthe
the Ogden union depot depotMuch depotHuch depotMuch
Much JfToney M ney Found FouadThe FoundThe IoundThe
The coroner has J728 71 TU In cash ea taken takenfiom takeflom takenhorn
horn the clothing ajtfl aJitbdfea bot heales of the thed tileckad thedead
d dead ad Greeks Other oiflBaj have e ov over r r2W
208 2W picked up by dlffarewt parties partiesabout pardeeabout 1artieabout
about the scene of the ftwful lffnlFour death deathFour deathFour
Four different money J1neYb be1t bOltS l were found foundone to und undone
one O with S36 aG 662i 2 one witiW wU t SiBS ti 04 ad an another another another ¬ I
other with f MZt 42g A AnA ftagef flftreel aeet con containing oontalnlng eontaming ¬
taming 420 was picked up and another anothercontaining tmiothercontaining I Icontaining
containing a 200 check With vih 1t 120 in ingold ingold
gold also wrapped with it It Other par parcels parIs parc ¬ t
cels c Is of gold contained 1O 120 and 100 100Most 100Most I
Most of these thE sums can be identified as asthe a at s I It
the t h he i prlpt r p rty tV cf f different d differentdea4 dead men me but butprobably butprobably i iprobablY
probably 500 O0 > was plcRj p1c pkLtip CJOp Up under cir circumftancef drcU circumstanee
cumftancef cU Utan that will riot permit P mdt or its itsbeing itsing Itsbeing
being ing onHirl onHj Oflji4 red the property of any an anyparticular j jparticular Ipartkular
particular body body7IBST bod bodyPIHST
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FIRS DEGBEE DEGR DEGBBEIEUiXEBI DEGBBEIEUiXEBIWashington mjDIHL mjDIHLWashington RD RDWaeh
Washington Waeh qton FeIn ao 2Oilflt ti Ha n jury In tnthe Intbe inthe
the case of Milovar Edno QnOkk kk the theCroatian tlJeatian theCroatIan
Croatian atian charged wltli lt1t91aylng slaying Con Contractor Confractol on ontrator ¬
tractor Samuel T Ferguson Fprgu ori at We Weet WeetIi41itfl Ve t tMiddUiin tflrltllttYL
MiddUiin WaybinRton Wato < blngtoncount county Hi HiSopi firJI th thpii
Sopi pii > JI r Ii turned UIUf a verdict or 0 Urst st de degP degie
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Rear Admiral Walkec Wall WalkecWiI1 < elrWIII Will Again Head ead the List ListEMS ListExSena ListExSenator ExSena ExSenator na nator
tor Jonesof Jones of Arkansas Has Been Turned TurnedDown TurnedDown TurnedDownby
Down Downby by Roosevelt
I 11 lA6HrN0TO2sr 46 HtNtfFQN Feb ST Preslde PresldeRoosevelt Premd Prei4demfq e I IVy
Vy fq I Roosevelt ftlt his selected toe sicwho e mn mnWho m mho
Who who ho are to constitute te the t e new newPanama newPanama newPanama
Panama canal eommtaston low and formal formalannouncement foralaDllGUJ1cemenl formalannouncement
announcement of the personnel of the thecommission thecommissIon
commission will be made tte soon OOI1t as the thetreaty thetreaty e etreat I
treaty treat > with Panama shall have been beenratified bee11ratifted beeiratified
ratified next TuesdayAs Tu Tueday a As heretofore heretoforechronicled heretoforechronicled
chronicled by the Associated eel Preg PregRear Pr PrRear PrereRear f
Rear Admiral John W Walker er who is ispresident isplt8ident Ispresident
president of the existingIsthmian can cannal cannat
nat commission will be amember a member of ofthe
the nev commission probably pros biT its head headand a beadand ad
and General George W jjavte also will willbe willb
be b a member In addition addttl to those two twoColonel tw twColonel
Colonel G Hecker oC Detroit who whoduring whoduring I
during the SpanishAmerican Spen hAmerJean war was wasdirector was wasdirector
director i tor of transportation for the thewat war wardepartment wardepartment
department has been chosen for a place
on th the commission 001II He has indicated indicatedhi ladlea ladleablfP
hi blfP acceptance C ePtau The conHnisBkm CODImt is to tobe tbe tobe
be composed < oC seven members Two Tvoof Twoof Twoof
of the other have been selected bet no nointimation aointimation noIntimation
intimation is given as to who they theymay theymy theyway
may be except that one of the them i Ja < a aprominent aprominent aprominent
prominent man of Louisiana LouisianaIt
It is further understood to be quite quitecertain quitecer quitecertain
certain cer ain that Former Senator James K KJones KTones KJones
Jones of Arkansas Governor Sayers of ofTexas ofrexas offexa
Texas ham I Randolph of Chicago Chicagowho Chlcagowho Chicagowho
who was the chief engineer Ineer of the Chi Chiago Cl1io Cliigo
ago go o drainage canal and Former Sen Senator Senator Senalor ¬
ator Harris of Kansas all of whom whomhave whomhave whomhave
have been named prominently in con connection connection connection ¬
nection with appointments to the new newcommission new newcomml88ion ne necommission
commission are not among amon the selec selections selections selections ¬
tions of the president t It is expected expectedthat eX expectedthat ectedthat
that the president will 111 soon receive ac acceptances acceptancs acceptances ¬
ceptances from all the men whom he hehas hehas hehas
has chosen for the commission lon
PERRY PERRY HEATH UEA TH CLIMBS DOWN DOWNCleveland DOWNCleveland I
Cleveland Ohio V Jeb eb b 20 Perry P rrr S Heath former first assistant assistantpostmaster mntpcljdmluter assistantpostmaster
postmaster general ge aictd id secretary ry of the Republican national commit committee coIttee eemmIttee ¬
tee wired his resignation re igll oa of o c th the latter la tterJO1Uua poettfcm todd to Acting chair Cbairman chairffittn
man 1 Payne at Waskmgtoa as follows followsDue fiJUcnsDue followsDue
Due to the death of eCOh Chnrm Ohitrinit i Ian Banna I tender 1 you 7 my JaYnatlcn reeig reeignalicn renignatlcn
natlcn as secretary of t Che e BepupHean It pfI Hean national committee effective effectiveimmediately e4ectlveimmed1atelT eftectfvelmnmeitlately
immediately immediatelyMr
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Mr Heath gtatacLtJiat state that the h telegram told the entire etl re story and He Hehad hehad hehad
had nothing to add to it itWashington ItWa ItWashington
Washington Wa hington Feb Fe1ifoatmQst8l St Postmaster General Payne e today receiyedi the theresignation there theresignation
resignation re ignation of 01 o Perry S P JiAUh 11 as nsseoiatary seertary of the Republican Ucan national nationalcommittee Datlommittee nationa1committee
committee and annoWnefctf that thatlie he would accept jt immediately The Theduties TheduUe Theduties
duties of secretary s tary w wIll ll devolve tfev lvo on aimer Dover the t e assistant secre secretary secretary re retary ¬
tary of the commlt committee 1DItilt until thefull f1IJle8mmlttee anuniittee umIttee meets a few days be before betore before ¬
fore the national na lional convention co convention nt when ft secretary will be elected to sue succeed 81receed suereed ¬
ceed Mr Heath HeathCleveland HeathCleveland fleathCleveland
Cleveland 0 F Feb b S0 JIPeetmaster Peetmsster General Pajnses statement tate nt rela relative relative rotative ¬
tive to the resignation 1e1figna of Perry PerryG Heath as secretary of the Republi Republican ¬
can national coimn commWee iee was read to Elmer Dover the assistant secre secretary secretary seeretary ¬
tary tonight Mr D6ver said that he would accept a pt Mr Paynes ap appointment appointment appolntment ¬
pointment as temporary 7 secretary until the successor to Mr Heath is isformally IsI Isformally
formally named Mr lIrpover iv Dover over did not care to state Whether be would in inthe Intile Inthe
the event eilt of f his appointment ap lntment to the office accept the position or not nothe notbe nothe
he said that he had hadanappoIntznent an appointment to meet Mr Ir Payne in Washington Washingtonearly WUbln Washingtonearly olt oltearly
I early next week The power of Appointing ftpp lnUng the secretary according ac onling to toMr todr toMr
Mr Dover 1 belongs to Sir MrPgyue lrP Payne >
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RINGLEADER CAUGHT CAUGHTTRIED CAUGIfTRIE CAUGHTTRIED
TRIED l AND SENTENCED SENTENCEDaolJa j
4 4 Manila aolJa Feb 20 oorpora1 Corporal r OraJ Aya AyaIa Ylb 4 4la + I Ila
+ la ringleader rl 1ea4er of the lhe1 JP 1eqers nbers of 4 4 I Ithe
4 the constabulary whoreeefrtly wlmre l1 refc re revoJted re revolted +
4 + volted in Vlgan Vi D L V1 JkOn was as cap ap 4 + i itured
4 tured last l Monday londl He ias as since riD riDbeen 4 44been +
4been 4 been tried convict CO convsctk ictA4l ant n nteneed < n > 4 f ftEneed
4 + teneed by the he court at bin to befr bor1fihanpd be behanged
+ hanged Very few of o ilia tJt metfJ10 ineirwhodeserted wett who 4 +
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+ deserted their posts tJBtSN1M1 reomttt resetfltufl UHHtA UHHtAptured i 4
4 captured < ptured and most uf ttt tblt nnns 8 8and 4 +
4 and ammunition th thay ay T took t with4 stiUt stiUtthem ttb + j
4 + them has ba been r reenitod wv nA > 1 it hward 4 4 4ward
4 ward of J2 2iIt W has been offered tr nd for m 11 11the t
4 + 4 the capture apt1r of racart tt nevelu IIt I + f i it
4 + tronaiy t inaa leader Ma er 1i r rrOUBTEBN
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + id 4 + + + + +
+ 4 4 + 1 1FOURTEEN
4 FOURTEEN KILLED KItEBDPari KILLEDPtHi 4
KILLEDi
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4 Paris F Fb b St tFur Ftufteit eft em emtoyes 4 4
4 ptoyes of r a celluloid eomb factory tae rY rYat 4
4 at the > Boulevard Sabaatopol S baAtopp aijd + 1 1th
4 + 4 the th Ru Rui < Etienne Mariettar Mariettarlivs Mariel l Ia t t1aIr t1aIr1ii +
+ livs 1 i v g s today toda in t i lire ftr whji whjistartp wh whidhOi whidhOitrte1 d1 d1laltp1
+ startp trte1 l by ar tsp5olon Dl DlMTV 7 1f 1fth
+ 1 MTV others th < Cl vrerr w wer r injurr i +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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DEMOLLI DEMOLlIAGAIN AGAIN IN INJAIL INJAIL INJAIL
JAIL AT SUNNYSIDE SUNNYSIDESpecial
4 Special to The Herald HeraldHelper HeraldHelper 4 4Helper
+ Helper Utah Feb 20 2Cbarles 2CbarlesDenlolli Charles CbarlesD 4 +
+ 4 DemoHi D m and nd Joe Barboglio Barb lio were wereneBted 4 4 4arrested
4 arrested at Sannyside today for fortle 4 4trespass
4 + trespass tle p8SIJ and it is stated are in jail jaUat 4 4 4at
4 at SunnysSde awaiting a prelhnin prelbnlnary 4 4ary +
4 ary hearing hear1 before the local 1 ins jutfce instice 4 4f +
+ f tice of the peace Barboglio runs 4 +
4 a saloon business a in Helper H lper and is istrea +
4 4 treasurer trea urer of tbe local coal miners mtDersstrike 4 +
4 strike fUnd fUndDR 4 4DB +
+ + + + + + + + + 4 + 44 44DR + + + + + + +
DR W T TVrATCysr DEAD DEADClticago DEADChicago DEADChicago
Chicago Feb 2 GDr Dr W WT T Meloy a aprominent aprominent aprominent
prominent Presbyterian pastor lectur lecturer ¬
er and writer died today t of heart hearttrouble hearttrouble hearttrouble
trouble
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+ PORTO RICO KICKING KICKINGSan +
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4 4 San Juan JUU1P P R R Feb F 3Q QTke QTkefederal Th 4 4
4 + federal aesetnbty today by a rote VOteof rotetof + 4Of
± tof Of 90 i tee IS demanded that Porto Portoe FortoIce 4 4te
Ice te be admitted to statehood or 4 4lar 4
4 tiat lar th thc < > Suhuii sl 1lli < I < granted granl d inde indendenr inderdfnct +
4 findpn findpnt ndenr ° 4 +
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COSSACKS MAKE A DASH DASHSmallJtetachment DASHACROSS DASHACROSS
ACROSS THE Y YALU AlU RIf6Small RIVER RIVERS
S 4 4SmaltDetachment
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SmallJtetachment Small tachment of Japanese Troops Atitt Attqed Attqedand W d dand
4 < and a Few Prisoners Captured CapturedPrepaningr CapturedAIJ CapturedAIFEurope
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AIJ AIFEurope rop cPreparingFor PreparIng FOP a General Wap WapPrevail warraniokyqontlttWJJs warraniokyqontlttWJJsPrevail WarPanIokyQondttjpsPrevail
Prevail on Paris Bourse BourseSt
St Petersburg Feb 20 20Xajor Major General Pug the e5ii OhiOf < ltifft tifff tifffViceroy frt frtViceroy f fViceroy
Viceroy Alexleff Al lezieff x ef telegraphed telegr p1ed from Port Arthur today ax asThe fpBan fl1J d p pThe t tThe
The situation at Port Po Porbthur Arthur is unchanged A A sertia t Cbpeaaku Cbpeaakumarching1 0QiI 0QiImarching Cosak Cosakmarching
marching from Wij Wiju captured a Japanese major Tatsaru with withfive five ve eel aeldiers eeldiers l ldiers
diers and two tWo tw civilian civiliansThe civilianThe civilianThe
The repprts regarding the enemy are generally ooatwUBejfcax Qont oontrasiy and andscarce an anscarce d dscarce
scarce
v vIt
It is s confirmed cQnfi d that troops of Yuan Shal 3Cai commandariuroiilcf ocmunandi oommanderinohtfofthe re ef efthe ctt
the t e Chinese army are being dispatched to Tsin Chou and Kupangisct KupangisctAll KuP ngt3Ci ngt3CiAn ngsei ngseiAll
All isquiet is quiet uiet in Manchuria ManchuriaSt anchuriaSt
St Petersburg Feb Feb20A 20 2aA > A dispatch from Port Arthur teda day saj sap sapfirst s the tiusfirst thefirst
first land laii encounter eflcounter occurred yesterday A picket of Cossacks attacked atbck ttaC1t d a asmall asmall asmall
small detacnment detaciiment of Japanese troops on Korean territory The Coeeaoks Coeeaokscaptured eo C esaohe esaohecaptured Gka Gkacaptured
captured Some soni Japanese prisoners on whom they th found maps m s and anaThe pajvacs pajvacsThe papp
The collision was presumably between b betweenreconneltering tween rextonaeiterig partfoe Agaa A Aeral Agmieral Agaaeral
eral engBgement is not anticipated immediately immediatelyA immedi tely telyA
A special Port rt Arthur dispatch says the Japanwe fiaet I snt t iras W tbjMttr ll llFeb sexd sexdFeb i iFeb
Feb 18 cruising crisicg off that port portReports r rReports IBepots
Reports from northern Korea say the Koreans are skoKiJaga sk g ieeided i dcddly < ieeidedly ijd ijd1y
ly friendly attitude to the RussiansThe Russians RussiansThe i iThe
The Manchuriaa M churian railroad is conveying troops without difficulty dim V1 to fck fckvarious tht thtvarious thivarious
various pof pofets ts of concentration concentrationNative concentrationNative f fNative
Native reports say that the Chinese Chin pirates since the outbreak at hos hostilities o5tilities iwstilities ¬
tilities have been displaying such activity in eastern Asiatic craters rslU rslUto na nato asto
to almost paralyze the coasting trade tradeTokio tradeTokio e eTokio
Tokio Feb 20 20Th1ec Three hundred Russian scouts reootmoitereai yoootjnojt yester yesterday yost yostday yegjetday ¬
day in Wiju and vicinity They crossed the Yalu Yam river eateraditle ellte t1ie t1ieand town townand townand
and scouted through the surrounding country They thea recj re recode4 of f e l the tkariver 1uriver theriver
river and rejoined their th ir main force forceTokio forceTokio forceTokio
Tokio Feb 20 20Advices Advices to the Japanese government from froraP froaPeldng Peking g gthat say saythat saqthat
that while at Mukden Viceroy Alexis ff asked the Chinese e troops to aid ia iaguarding inguarding fnguarding
guarding the railroad so as to prevent the interruption Oft of traffic Tk TkChinese Tks TksChinese TksChinese
Chinese refused the request and asked for instructions instructioDiltrom from Peking1 ek1ng The TheChinese TkeChhiese TheChinese
Chinese government told them to inform Alexieff that ax Euasia had in insisted insisted insisted ¬
sisted that the Chinese were unable to guard the he railway ia time er of t pease peaaesurely peasesurely e esurely
surely Russia could not expect them to guard it in ti time e of ofwa ofwaSt wa waSt war warSt
St Petersburg Iate burg Feb 21 21General General Kuropatkin has bees b A relieved reHevedotf1Wt reHevedotf1WtfUI1ction ofrMs ofrMsfunctions otefunctions
functions as minister mini ter of OfWar war W r and has been appointed contmandecsin CQmman cummandrjnoiJcf cummandrjnoiJcfof lnioJcf lnioJcfof ohief ohiefof
of the Russian army arm in the far east I
A
e T J i PETERSBURG Feb 20 2OTIt 30The1 30The1i Tfce Tfceeaar 1 1eau
S eau according tQ t Q thoewho those hP cS W who he lave h laveIJT v
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e s e hI hinilFQ4i hinilFQ4ifrjie JUU9 JUU9Jt I
IJT Jt the e djbtbrk tb 1 Qt hostilities tt I smd see sorrows aorW seeat
rows W at the tb burdenfe b1Jrd ih j jstDce jiftf iitdUSince jiftfStace
Since the receipt of the thelieWs neWS eS of the thb thebombardment thebobardment
I
bombardment b rtlbardm nt of Port Arthur his ma majesty maJey majesty ¬
jesty has been much occupied with con conferences conferenc conferoncee ¬
ferences ferenc 5 and has appeared in public publiconly publicooly publiconly
only on ODe or dr r two occasions to review reviewthe reiewthe revIewthe
the dep departing rting troops or to show sho him himself hlmsclf 1dmself ¬
self at a window of the th winter palace palaceto
to accept patriotic p trlotlc demonstrations demonstrationsPersons demonstrationsPersons deinonstrationLPersons
Persons who have seerrhfe seerihis majesty m say sayhe sayhe eayhe
he is looking l09k sad and careworn carewona and andthat aadthat andthat
that his well known kindness kl dness of heart heartcauses helUtcauses heartcauses
causes him to reel acutely the loss 1o of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his Dray bra v men menHis menHis menHis
His majestys sole recreation reation now nowconsists no noconsists nowconsists
consists In a morning saunter in the thegarden thegarden
garden adjoining the palace The Theground Theground Theground
ground is covered with siiow sn w but still stillhe stillhe stillhe I
he walks about invariably accompa accompanied accompanied accompanled ¬
nied by b five Samoyed dogs doIDwhlch which are aretrained atetrained aretrained
trained to march in single slnglcftle file behindhim behind behindhim
him The czar selects one one of f the dogs dogsto dogsto dogsto I
to head the procession When his ma majesty maJesty majeaty ¬
jesty addressed addro d some trctafis s a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days ago and admonished thin In these thesewords thesewords therewords
words Remember YOUr enemy is isbrave Jsbrave isbrave
brave bold and cunning he e could not notdisguise Dotdisguise notdisguise
disguise his emotion and his voice voiceshook voiceshook vsiceshook
shook very ver much He is Iieved grieved Jeve over overwhat overwhat overwhat
what he considers to be the the trencher treacherous ¬
ous ou conduct of the Japanese JapaneseSignificant JapaneseSignifioant JapaneseSignificant
Significant Words WordsIt
It is known that the czar czvl1as has received receivedat
at least three personal letters l from fromEuropean fromEuropean fromEuropean
European sovereign expressing their theirsympathy tbelrsympaty theirsympathy
sympathy The potentiariea are Em Emperor Emperor EmPerot ¬
peror William ICIng Christian of Den Denmark Denmark benmark ¬
mark jmd tnt King Oscar of Sweden and andNorway andl andNorway
Norway l orwa The letter letterJTOIO from Emperor EmperorWilliam EmperorWilliam I IUUam
William UUam was brought by Colonel von vonSchenck ynSchenck vanSchenek
Schenck commander of the Alexander AlexanderThird AlexanderThird AlexanderThird
Third regiment of Prussian grenadiers grenadiersof
of which th tim czar iaf Wh honorary nontry colonel coloneland coloneia coloneland
and concluded with the significantwords significant significantwords Jftcant Jftcantwords
words God is with withThe Us u uThe
The epistle from the caars august augustgrandfather augustgrandfath augustgrandfather I
grandfather King Christian Is said to tobe tobe i ibe
be more than an ordinary or qegtftange hangr ge be between between ¬
tween close e relatives JtlaUveeard aridfhe andlie e missive missivefrom ml missivefrom lve lvetrom
from King Oscar O car is of the friendliest friendliestcharacter frlendllestcharacter friendliestcharacter
character and contains the warmest warmestassurances warmestassurances warmestaqgurances
assurances for Russia RU R ssls in in her hour of oftrial oftrial I
trial and for the czar personally personallyMilitary peraonallyMilitary personallyMilitary
Military Activity ActivityMilitary ActivityMfUtary ActivityMilitary I
Military activity is proceeding PrQ edlng on an anever anever I I
ever increasing inereasin scale and all is i in inreadiness Inre inreadiness
readiness re Iness for the mobilization moblU n of the theentire theentire I Ient1re
entire Russian army should that be become beI become ¬ I
come necessary In a fortnight frtnj ht 19600 19600additional 1 1tuIdttlontli 100000nddltionnl
i
additional troops will be in Manchu Manchuria Manchucia Ianchurln ¬
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cia Three army corps of f Siberian SiberianRifles SiberiannUles SiberianRifles
Rifles have 1u c ai already eady been organized organizedstad
stad a fourth soon n will wiSLbe be completed completedThere completedThere completedThere
There is also a bridage bridageofCossnck of ofCossack Cossack ar artillery artUhtr artlllery ¬
tillery tUhtr armed with excellent mountain mountainguns Ipountalntuns mountainguns
guns gunsAlthough tunsAlthough gunsAlthough
Although the Japanese seem seem to be bemaking Demaking bemaking
making Port Arthur one of their main mainobjectives n1alnobjectives mainob3ectlves
objectives military men here do not notbelieve notbelieve notbelieve
believe that they will willbo be able to effect effectand e eftectand ect
and hold a landing there The entire entirecountry entirecountry entirecountry I
country is strongly held by a division divisionof I Iof
of Cossacks which It was quietly qUo leUy moved movedto
to the far east from the Caucasus u some sometime someOme sometime I
time ago Other Cossacks are under underorders underorders underorders
orders to join their comrades The TheRussian Thenus TheRussian
Russian nus lan army will have a a distinctly distinctlyCossack dlstlnct17Co distinctlyCossack
Cossack Co sack appearance Enormous En m10us shakos shakosworn shakosof
of black lou Iouhaired hllired sh sheepskin e kll1 will be beworn beworn
worn by the officers and man l 1 of the thefighting tbeghting thefighting
fighting regiments This headgear is isknown isknown isknown
known as jrapaha and is ismost most prac practical practical practical ¬
tical in keeping the head and neck neckwarm neckt neckwarm
warm and the tn e bleak ble ak Manchurlan Ianc urlan winds windsfrom windsfrom windsfrom
t from the th eyes E 8S and ears earsSoldiers carsSotders earsEoldIem
Soldiers Not NotSufferlng Suffering SufferingStories SufferingStories j
Stories of privations priv8 Uon5 suffered suff red by the thesoldiers theseldiera I I8cl1ier
soldiers on the military trains going to tothe tothe tothe
the east oastare are grossly exasperated i Coy Covered CO COored Coyored ¬
ored freight tnicKs tri k5 have haeb been n convert converted convertel converted ¬
ed into rsally comfortable cars for the themen themen themen
men The side ldetc are lined with felt feltthe f feltthe 1t 1tthe
the windows have ha e boon beOIIQUt out stoves set setup JetI setup
I up and the he movoable chelves S used for forsleeping forI
I sleeping ar I iG iejhoved 1 oved in ft thfe tt day time timeEach timeFAch timeI
1 I Each car r e tt > efl fort3SaSen QJ n but only onlythirtysjs onlytnlrtyx
thirtysjs thirt tnlrtyx tlUS ar rt IfSSJ lEfl1 j Eck i aoh 1fmen men is al alIt alit il ilU
1 It wed fd threefiujirters thr threeqtntrtet eft rtec of r a a pound ound of f ofbeef r hot hotbccC hotI
I beef lUiJy n beside the th regular rativi J Jc Ji
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what t tfeeee wit ultimately eskai 1ji 1jihired > l ltared
hired west Answering this qttestiac qttestiacthe tdttIsathe
the paper says saysHopeless aysHope1ees saysKopelees
Hopeless Blindness BlindnessAside rnindneasAsid BlindnessAsIde
Aside Asid from the question Uoo of the yel yellow yelo yetlow ¬
low o peril it is hopeless blindness DIIDcIIMIIBw B0 B0to a at1
to t1 see ee that Russia Rus ia stand as a barrie 1Mn1eIbetween bsrrtebetween barriebetween
between the approaching < rta rtIItftg ig of AM AMand AMand Aniand
and old Europe and to desire tnt t thii thiibarrier thiJharrier thubarrier
barrier be swept away kt abMhtt te hn Sbec1Uty lenbecility hnbeclllty
beclllty It i is claimed that J Japan p rep represents repnts represents ¬
resents nts civilisation The seine thtot thtotwas tDlD1was thiniwas
was said Iel in 18W about P PPW88lt1 sste and i iwas iU Iwas
was U not suspected that the succere succ o oPrussian 0Pman oPrussian
Prussian arms would be a contINUa contlnttMnource cooth coothJMurce contINUasource
source of alarm and only ead ended whJ whJthe w1et w1etthe weithe
the FrancoRimeian FrancoRuselanlllance alliance r rSesiab rSesiabliehed estab establimbed estabUbed
limbed the political balance of Iterop IteropOne JhropeOne rpe rpeOne
One may bow 00 down to the anure anureadvance tiiure tiiureadvance ec ecadance <
advance of Japan but it bring tottf t tern incell pt ptern >
ern nations the idea of ofThe endeenwaiu endeenwaiuThe en ees war warToe
The east is now an area of ofcompetition Jterftpeai Jterftpeaicompetition urepent urepentcompetition
competition What China wilt wi do ia h i iweek 1week zweek
week or in months when her war WatPO WatPOttion po position j jsltion
sltion is more clearly deftaea emeutrality and IMS IMSneutrality heneutrality
neutrality guaranteed by Ute powers Wen Wentbe 01 01the a athe
the American receipt Is an n of the thefictions then tlMNMfictions thenfictions
fictions which Europe is so aped to pay paylag pOQlag pa palag
lag for with a most expe expeas expensive elr AnIle armeipeace AnIlepeace rme rmepeace
peace Russian victories will pcotad pcotadthe pzotfItbp pvotsthe
the west from the horrors America li Ittrying Iitrying litrying
trying to keep off by diplomacy eY Fot FotRussia JIGIRUMis PciRussia
Russia this heavy cross ia its glory sleryThe gloryThe 19r7The
The report that Count Qtsstai Oui 6iwlsiRn Cansialsian SU SUsian
sian ambassador to Waabington WasI toais is ti tibe t tbe tibe
be recalled is 1 absolutely 1111 1111His ifawraat nwersuutsdHis d dHis
His services serv are highly teaBMit etltea1 e i iat ni niat MM MMat
at the foreign office it Wag MU4 his 11I 11Icall re recall yecall ¬
call was not contemplated contemplatedIt
It is understood under tood that tbatthe1uIr tbatthe1uIrtaken the HMJBJM iIse0ssetaken HMJBJMtaken
taken prisoners in the thewUl Ckenrtdp both bfttwUl bothwill
wUl be brought home Thee HBR wit withenceforward wllhenceforward withenceforward
henceforward be benoncoinbatents benoncoinbatentsQUIET noncomb noncol8 noncol8QUIET taar taarQUIET
QUIET AT POR3 r rOorreapondent ARSBEEU31 ARSBEEU31Correspondent AiHUBiCorrespondent
Correspondent Allewad fcf Past 1 1Threugh TastThrough PastThrough
Through the I I4 I4Yinko L2iYinkow nffi nffiTinkow
Tinkow Feb 29 2tBy By MCPIK mep at a aspecial Jspecial aspecial
special permission obtane4 fran fcooMajor fIofajor franMajor
Major General Pflog Viceroy Atesloif Ak Aieilsschief Atesloifchief 1 1chief
chief of staff a newspaper corrcapoo corrcapoodent correopsadent
dent succeeded in passing IIng the limet limetunder 1i 1iunder 1iaunder
under official escortand eecort aDd visited vilt Port PoriArthur PortArthur
Arthur which is closed to all civilian clvltianffThe civiliansThe
The correspondent gives vea the following followingaccount followi followmnaccount l laccount
account of conditions conditionsOnly conditionsOnly ODdlt1olutOnly
Only 30 per cent of the populatioc populatligremains S Sremains
remains at Port Arthur and many oi oithese 01Uae Oithese
these are leaving The trains are stll stltcro Mitcrowded
crowded cro dedwitb with refugees Rajirpad ad con 108dtUons conditlons
dltions are excellent and trains tr are arerunning anrunning arerunning
running op oi schedule time Thertt arc arconly anQl art0131y
only Ql Y a few unfinished uoJlnl hecJ aidetpneke de an aaone and andone anone <
one unfinished un nied bridge between a New NewChwang N NChDg NonChwng
Chwang and Port ArthAr The Ben BenInsula JIIenln Pepmania
mania ln of I4ao Tung is qofet quatAdqtf quatAdqtfguards Adequate Adequateguards Adeq at atgruarde
guards are maintained at ail culverte culverteand dulvezlsand Ulv rte rteand
and bridges and preparatioiw for de defense defense dotense ¬
fense are being continued The troonc trooncIn troofWIn
In the vicinity of Kincow are active activestrong A Astrong t tstrong
strong force is guarding uar the narrowest aarroweslsection Aar narrowestsection egf egfsection
section of the peninsula peninsulaPood penba peninsulaPeed ula ulaPood
Pood Prioos Pissd PissdThe JJh1d JJh1dhThe ind indThe
The authorities have mitigated Taiconditions warconditions Tai W4Jconditions
conditions at Port Arthur by fixing a ng the theprices theprice theprices
prices of foodstuffs The prices of ofother ofother ofother
other commodities > however have ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced The authoritirip authorlU have tak takpoaBeflsion takpo taken takenpossession
possession of all food supplIes ftl in the thestores thetores thestores
stores which were deserted by Chinese Chineseand Chinf Chinfand Chineseand
and other merchants tis They are pro providing providing provkiing ¬
viding for a siege by H se sending dlag wheat wheatmilling wheatmilling beat beatmftUng
milling machinery to Port Arthur and andclaim andclaim andclaim
claim that there Is a sufficient a foo food foodsupply < < I Isupply lupply
supply there for a a resistance taDC6 of two twoyears tWIyears tw twyears
years yearsJapanese yearsI yearsJapaDePe yearsJapanese I
Japanese refugee S under the per personal J trsooal personni ¬
sonal supervision supervt ou of the viceroy y ari anl anlGeneral JIi JIiGetleral < i iGeneral
General Planeon are 81 leaving vilt Port PortArthur PlttArthur PniArthur
Arthur on released ship hlPfL Te local localagents k calagents localagents
agents of two British tftumet ft which whichwere whkhwere whichwere
were deserted de rt d during th fJftffnese thfi te at attack attack ¬
tack are endeavoring ttI4uee t induce tHd < the thecaptains t tcaplafnsof thecaptainsof
caplafnsof captains of U M e v vcl el t ta return re urn and andreclaim andreclaim andreclaim
reclaim them The Bran t the only onlyrfilp onlyPhlp onlyship
ship now remaining at Port Arthur Arthurwill Arthurwill Arthurwill
will leave there tht > February ebruary 21 1 with withrefugees withrffuges withrefugees
refugees and dispatohdk dispatohdkAlthough d dspatohtlthugh paio Jt Jtlth111gh
Although ti t > h VeoffiOB ha tt the Liao LiaoTuug L I
Tuug piuinsulii piIli1iu illillU < L haH been b = n ttopeu tOP teopetiect5 lJ t
t5 p

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