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J Russians R s j ns J Said > aid to Have H veB Been BeenRepulsed een eenRepulsed en enRepulsed
Repulsed ontheYalu ontheYaluFORGED on the Yalu YaluFO
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VDRY VBRYSOON VBRYSOONTrt SOOf SOOfFrt
Part Arthur Tee re 21 21s Seuada of ofthe oft oft11t4ry
the t d4 desultory t11t4ry firing ftrhl < a at a ar ue r rR1met heard heardalmeet r ralme
almeet t sightly m 1tt1y and an this morning morningfiriig Morning1firing eruiugkring
firing ± if again abt heard This is isdoubtless isd IsdoubtIes
doubtless d ubt1 due to ta Ue attempted ap approach applMC apprch ¬
proach plMC ef f tfajMUiaae 1apn torpedo boats but butnothing butnotldB butnothbtg
nothing notldB serious rt ha It has developed developedThe developedTba deyclopidThe
The garrison is in excellent spirits spiritsand spiriwanel spiritsand
and i Y firstly convinced co of the ulti ultimate ultim uittmate ¬
m mate e auocaes SUccM succa s of t f the Russian arms armsThe armTk arssThe
The Tk Novkrai 33ovkr i prints a long article articleinvoking articleiJlftkblr articleinvukiug
invoking hiatoricRl precedents to topr toe topreys
pr preys ve e th the il iUplity g lity of the Japaneae Japaneaedeelamtion JllpaAeHdeeJaration Japsnsaedeelaration
deelamtion that fuel and victuals viewswill v1ctuswili victualswill
will in all fl ctfnae Q es be ne traated trai as a atrbadefw eo eotruband C9Il C9Iltnb81tdofW
truband tnb81tdofW ofw3 ± The Lh papdr d describes descdbesJapaa describesJapans soribas soribasJapans
Japans s attitude as prasumptien prump n and iandurges andurges
urges ur th the nawtral pewerm todlsre todlsregurd J Ssre dsregerdft Ssreg I
gurd g gerdft gerdfthangits1 rd it itShaagkai
1 1ShaaeJW
Shaagkai rb Fe 21 21UrgMl Urgsd by the theJapanese th thJapan theI
I Japanese Japan conjml esi hire tk tie tao otJLi i er erderod < HV HVdared i
dared the Ttniistau q1l es4 gunboat g1I Bo t Maadjur Maadjurto i ito
S to leaira 1 the harbor < before 5 oclock oclockthis oeleckthis I Ithis
this afternoon the order howevsr howevsrbeing howeHrbebr howeyrbeig
being ignored It is aaid ai that t at a Jap Japanese Tapanese ¬ i
anese squadron dron has ha been ordered to toenforce toenforce I Ienforce
enforce the tit t taotais demand and to toenable I Ienable
enable Japanese steamship at mhip oempanies oempaniesto oeDlpaniesTo
To ToJ J to resume service between Japan Ja l1 add addShanghai a aildShanghai d dShanghai
Shanghai Shanghaii ShanghaiLONDON
i i I ONDON Feb 22 22The The cables ca es are areL areeUH areL
LONDON L 0tiH absolutely silent with regard regardto
to the progress JKOPea of the tberbut tberbuttiiere Vr ar but butthere butt
there t are aj vague y rumors nors of land l 1Hl fight fighting Aaht1ng ltghtlug ¬
lug As an i kn instance taace in the Paris edi edition edition ecUtion ¬
tion of the New York Herald the corre correspondent corretPGDtIe conepandest
spondent t at St Petersburg talk of a aruasian an arepeles
n ruasian renntoe e on the Yalu river with witha
a k km efM 25W Mves MvesTheae iiveThese eS eSTIIeee
Theae minors are unconfirmed n oafinned and andf and110m nd ndfiom
f 110m i om a reliable i quarter the Morning toiMm
Posts Poet Chefoo correaMndent cone says he helearns helean beleams
learns that tens ten of fhotnands of Jan Jananeae Jaoadva Janue
aneae are advanchw adva advane by bytee fovred parches parchesfront rche rchefr rchesfrot
front fr frot vrfions parts of Korea on the theYula
Yula river rt and that severe veft fighting is isexpected IIexpettec isexpected
expected shortly These are are the only onlyrefererpes onlyrpfElel1CR onlyrforeie
refererpes to t actual operations that thathave thathave thathave
have r reached reachedLondn reachedLondnKodama ached London Londonf
f Kodama te Command CommaudJps CommaudJpshe Jjps Jjpshc S
Th hc annou dflnOuntnt announfr i3en ent that General 1ieral Ko
dana has b bttft e replaced in the Japan Japanese ¬
ese Cabinet > atJlnf > t by 31 Mr r Koonikawa KOPhilla J ir irgaidel re rejraidol r rInrld
jraidol Inrld as meaning that tjetrerar aJ Ko Kotiaiin ICcIinI I IalJhti
tiaiin IinI alJhti ia alKut to take taheunflnaad immand of th thJH the ttwJqa
JH J Jqa > aii a11 < s < land in forw H Kodama Kodama who is is1af isJapsn I j jHUoJapane
1af 1 Ittal dlel Bplendkl plen4Wwork I
work la the 11oJapaneee HUoJapane e war warIc warIt warIc
Ic ia 4ad that Viceroy AlexiefT has hasahed hasasked I IRked
asked the ministry m nistry of marine to send sendliim sendlm
hIm lm officers who ho are net too young and andadmirals andI 1
I admirals I who are not too old of T whom
he b already ha bar too many man The viceroy
ha issude ucle proclamations to the Chi Cbinose ChiIlP1le ChiIse
nose thronffHout t ut ManchnHa Xcb seeking enldD < to tornltat ton tonIIt
rnltat n then tile sympathy In behalf of Bus Russia R Ria Busia ¬
sia ia and 4 mI their assistance sues ce in maintaining maintainingthe laI
j the 1 he railway n hray intact by representing to tothem totheIR tothem
them Japans alleged treacherous treacherousmethods treacbftoousmetltods treacherousmethods
methods in beginning heglnningdIe the war warNovik warf warrovik
< Novik f oTik Rapaired RapairedA
A Port Arthur dispatch received at atSi atS att
Si S t Peterpburg telPbu reports the Russian Russiancruiiier Ru RuseisuruIr l4 l4TWIft
cruiiier Novik had been repaired and andhad andhad andhtd
had left her dock dockThe dOkfile dockThe
The Standards Kieff correspondent correspondenti pood t tJIa
L liear JIa i rs that the Caucasus and Turke Turkestan Twrketaa Tvrketafl ¬
stan taa armies are to be mobilized He Heatkls Heaikis
J JRdCa
atkls that the rumor is b not confirmed confirmedofficially conftrmedT
T r officially but says if it te true it can canuiy cann cannt7
< > uiy n be Interpreted as a veiled threat threatagufnst threatagitnst
agufnst India in certain emergencies emergenciesThe e erner encies enciesThe lee leeTile I
The correspondent at TtenTsin ln of ofthe ofthe ofi
i the Standard report an attack by byrh 5M 5Mrtnne 500hifl
rh rtnne hifl brigands brand on the Russian Russianpost RUAIanpost Russianpost
post at t Fttochow as probably an at attempt attEmpt attempt ¬
tempt to wreck wreekthe the railway railwayORDERED ralIYayORDBItRD railwayORDBBED
ORDERED TO SHANGHAI SHANGHAIABtartaoi SHANGHAIAeriettJl SHANGHAIAmer1cut
ABtartaoi Squadron Will X Not t t B B1xtia Its 1teat ItsmR
1xtia mR at t Seat eat of War WarChefoo Wu1tefoo Warbefes
< Chefoo Feb Fe 21 1The The United States Statesmiser Staterwr StatesS
S 4rU < miser New Orleans and the gunb gunbWilmington pnta pntal1nlngtoa
1 Wilmington l1nlngtoa and Annapolis w wBailed wifich wifichI a aalle
I Bailed from Manila anila on February Pbruaryri 15 15under 15itder
under ri r command Dd of Rear Admiral Admiraloi Ad1alral0Pr Admiralthper
oi 0Pr > per spUn arriving arrh here received receivedoniers NCCh NCChIInler receivedirders
oniers from from the eecrwtary f of the navy navyo
i > to o return ana to Shanghai I When the out outbnak outIma outhra
bnak hra of 1 hostilities Uett between RussU RussUan Ru Runl
t an afFi nl l Japan occurred Admiral Evci Evcicommanding Eaollmandl EvsornimndIng
commanding ollmandl th the Asiatic fleet dill dispat dillla diebed
pat la bed a cruiser souadron thou to Shanghai Shanghaitn
r anc tn tflI < l Admiral Coopers ec squadron to toh toc
c h h9Q foo go Seretarr SfM retary Mnody has ordered orderedL
t L all tl t th ships to Shanghai They ieft ieftimmediately idtImlll jeftinuuliatly
immediately Imlll > tJiahly after ooalit oalhgo without wlt t giv giving giv1a ¬
ing ill iiry reason for their sudden de dejKrfure dePrtUre
jKrfure jKrfureThe PrtUreTh I rturt rturtThe I
The Th Russian Hu ian forces for in Manchuria Yan < huria arc arcs aniii
iii s > far acting a < ting entirely entlI on the defensive defensiveKxt d defensiveJxtna1e fl1sivt fl1sivtrxtn
Kxt rxtn Jxtna1e ii tve > preparations are being made madeat maJeat madeat
at Dalny Daln Port Arthur New Chuang Chuangand huan huanan41
I and Liao Yang to t pievent leent the threat threattneil threatn threattneil
tneil n l landing la nding o ot the Japanese troops troopsdamag t troopicA rooptA
A bl bj for foree e of men are at work orlt on the thedaJllag thedasiagcd
damag dasiagcd > d l vessels in the Port Arthur Arthurharber Arthurharbtr ArthurMrbcr
harber and rtforts ort are being made to torataK toTaillt tora1a
rataK the 1h hp battleship Retvisan RetvisanThe RetvlsanlhP Retrisanr
r The Th smpply pply of fresh fr h vegetables an anbf 1 1beef
1 beef in Port Arthur in l getting very veryshort veryshort r rshort
short and speculators 8 latulS are endAvorinj endAvorinji end4ivorngeuIc
i < necure eteamers to t run the block blockade blockade blockads ¬
ade <
Battle at Chemulpo ChemulpoSt
St Iciersburg lt > r bulA Ffb 21 tThe The official officialaccount offidaloount offiealncount
account of the t battle of if Chemulpo C mulpJ giv givn gi gin
n by tl M Pavlolf Hu HUqJtan sian mlnist tnlni ininistr ll r to toKorea toKota toKoria
Korea who left Seoul for China Feb
13 3 is practically identical with the I he re report report report ¬
port previously r louly cabled < < M Pavloff Pavloffsays PaloflNiYS Pavioffpays
says that the Japanese captain of the thecruiser thecnlj theeruir
cruiser cnlj pr Takachjco sunk his vessel the thenight thenigbl thenight
night following the battle and that thatth thatthe
th the Russian fire flr silenced 8iJt > n ed the A Aarnas Aarnasfore amas amasfore amasforf I
fore barbette baibet e aBM ij wrecked her bridge bridgeThe bridgeIM bridgeThe
The Aearna A tana rQa tratisferred eighty killed killedor
or ° r wounded woun to 10 t a transport transportTit I ITlif
Tit Tlif Japane0 minister on th thp thI same sameight me
I tJ1S ight t had an anIDtenIe interview win the fm fmperoi emperot m I
peroi II roL arcording to M Palo < f report reportand reportand
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and threatened to occupy the imperial imperiall imperial1alafe
l 1alafe > ala lac < e unless Japanese is pa iiee e sovereignty in inKorea inKort
0 Korea > a was recognized recognizedChased recnizliChased recngiiizedtI
tI
Chased by Russians RussiansAdf
joo s Adf Jbn Jfn n Feb Ft > h 2L LTI Tli < peninpula Or OriflItal Orfental i iiental
iental < ompanyc t amir Hn fll < r Mongolia en encountered eneIjntre41
I
countered nJnt fI on Saturday n ght 4 411I ft mi miT mifPfI mifPfInnh miic miicC >
C T nnh > th of Aden Ad n 1 Kussian Ru i3n battleship hatthbipanrt hatt bip bipJ
anrt ap J four torpedo torp t rpedo < fio boat detotroyers detotroyersAftpr deMroellJA
A Aftpr fIPr fto inc th vain attempt of a destroy destroyer ¬
r er r I ut off tht Mongolia all the war warship warS
ship I gavo ga S iV4 chasr ha l but being be n unabe to tooi toCt
oi 0 rik r 1 h hr r they iitfiialed j lalffi her to stop stopTh stopTh stopTb
Th M rong 1 < ng > iij Ii obeyed hey 1 md a destroy ilestruyireb It trYfr trYfrntJi r
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sAwto SANTO DOMINGO DOMINGOREBELS DOMINGOREBELS DOMINGOREBELS
REBELS BEATEN BEATENetpijitepForces BEATENGoveqn BEATENGoveQnientjForces
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etpijitepForces Goveqn eptForce Victorious Victoriousinva Vict9riQUna ViotorlouIn
inva In na a Two Days Da s Battle BattleUWTED BattlefH BattleUNITED
fH fHUNJT
UNITED UNJT STATES ST TES TOOK A HAND HANDWSTrRqj3rfpS HANDt HANDt
t f fV t
4 4I
V Dfs NsTBq1 WSTrRqj3rfpS PTJHJBHBD BOB BOBFrUINGirPCilTHE B 9OIflUPON on onPIllING
FrUINGirPCilTHE PIllING flUPON OH THE MBW YORK YORXI
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+ 4 4Wasbit
I + t + + + + + + t + + + + + + 4i 4iWa
4 + Wa Wasbit WasfcUgttn Feb a nLate Late to t tn 4 4
4 night n bt the th state te department Dt r J re t tcelved 4
4 4 celved it e cablegram gram from Minister MIIterPoeI +
4 Powell dst daW e at Santo Doming Dondn e eFe 4 4 4FebIrng >
4 + Feb Fe FebIrng II 1 aarig g gA 4 +
4 + A decisive iecv battle has been beefoUlrJlt 4 +
4 4 fought between the government ovett +
4 force t and aue 3 te Insurgents It ex xrf x xlelWle4 +
4 4 tended oee er two days and resulted ed edIn = + f
4 + in a victory for the government 1OemmeetThe 4 4
4 The siege has been raised and the thebumrpmwart 4
4 4 insurgent bumrpmwart an in retreat retreaP 4 4ARIS 4rARIS
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
rARIS ARIS Feb Fett fcl JAdtspatch A dispatch from San Sanp SAnI Sanr
P r p Doming I P ys s that the United UnitedUUe Uattedcruirr tlhhtedStae
Stae UUe cruiser Columbia C Colw ibta and the thetraining1 tbetraftln th thtraslng
training1 traftln ship Hartford 1I rtford have bombard boBtbarded
ed edDurt Dnrate which ldrh is occupied OCCU by the in ingarments inWa
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garments garmentsWashington sgrent sgrentWaabLngto
Wa Washington k Feb 21 21A A belated die dispatch di9patch diepatch ¬
patch fatadMtU Le4b AfJh 12 U from tro Obtain Ci n J JM 3JiUfler
M Xffier oTTfee of the cruiser Oftfittibla Oftfittiblawhich C dlfflhblawhich 1Ufil bla blawlalda
which with tile he Newark te in 1 iuS SSja Qoz QozDriago nad Io Ioiiilngo
Driago ad atItrtap tteteiW at brings official coilftf collltru coir coirties na nation ¬
ties of ofue tfce Associated iated Press Piessrgrding dispatch dispatchregfuding dtclaUte
regfuding the bombardment t of the in insurgents ion insurenta ¬
surgents n by the war vessels Ve of a a = po position poItion poattion ¬
sition near the capita city ctt the landing landingof
of marines anti bluejackets to punish punishrevolutionist punishnvol punishrevoIut1ovI
revolutionist nvol and the subsequent lIIub re reembark ivembarkstda
embark em embarkstda iiM According inr to Captain CaptainMillers CaptainMU1er1I CaptainMillers
Millers dispatch dls eteb teh the affair a < air occurred on Qna ona n na
a river1 rhertabeut about two miles trout Santo Domlft80 Dominflo Do Domino
mino mlft80 presumably nably at Pajarlto the theplace theplace theplacemeatloned
place placemeatloned mentioned in the press dispatches dispatchesas dl8patc ea eaa
as a the locality of o the bombardment bombardmentThe bombar ment mentTIM
The lawngents iA81n eM I5 who were stationed on onthe ontile onthe
the mainland tired on a United States Statesmerchant StAt StAtmercbant Statesmerchant
merchant vessel the New York which whichwas wblebW88 whichwas
was under convoy CO voy of a launch of the theNewark theNevazit theNewark
Newark lying in the river The shots shotstea sbotsfell abutsfell
fell so danjerottsly 4inerouely y near the war warvessels WAree warvessels
vessels that the act acts of the Uaeiuur Uaeiuurt insur insurgents issurgents ¬
gents t were construed coD by Captain Mil Miller MJIIe MUlee ¬
lee Ie as an attack on the vessels and a abattery abattel7 abattery
battery Are was as opened on the revolu revolutionists reoluUoai8ts reeoJutleOtsts ¬
tionists Uoai8tsInsurgents
Insurgents Punished PunishedThis PunishedTIlle PunishedThis
This was followed totlo ed by the debarkation debarkationof
of 46t marine niadussand rt and d bluejackets from the theColombia theClumbia theCclumbia
Colombia and Newark who made a asuccessful asqcceufuJ asuccessful
successful landing andln ashore They dis dislodged distt dsIodg ¬
lodged Iodg th tt insjpgents from their post positions postthas ¬
tions and ehased them into the cewn cewntry C8IJt1tl7 osobtry
try After r accomplishing this th the ma marinea marlnee marinee
rinea and bluejackets ket took again to totheir totbetr totheir
their boats and returned to their ships shipsOn ships0Ite shipsOn
On 0Ite wan n a bugler named Painter was wasseriously wasseriously s serIou8ly
seriously wounded w ecl by the accidental accidentalexntasiftn aceklenlalexDla accidenfaleaplonign
len exDla of o hs ftrins piece There Therewere Iheewere here herewee
were no other casualties casualtiesClefe ca 1 1ChIle Iatdutis
ChIle attention at ic briar bei given n by bya4 bya4flIdMngta ad admin
flIdMngta min 1 tit eu tia > fleers ors Jo to sluice So i ibeing 4 4being 1 1ftntIjfjfe
ftntIjfjfe 1
being heft hi IIItlIe the waters llteIS of oftor tha4cijOi tha4cijOilay c U Utq
lay so that American JReri tnericzn n intert intertthe Jnt Jnt8tIC lnterdt lnterdtIss
Iss = prmeeePd 8tIC p n eases T ie iebaten
btt baten u uthe ttthe
the tynmtgent Forcible hirerferpne r 1rit rferesee lri lrithe iiithe i ithe
the affairs of the country < however howeverhave lheerbae bhweerhaVe
have been avoided up p to this time s sfar sfar
far s news ne received by the depart dePartment departmeat I
ment is concerned
j STORY OP THE TH FIGHT FIGHTSome FIGHTSome
Some of ofthe tie American Matinee Were WereWounded WereVounded WereWounded
Wounded Wounded9an WoundedSan VoundedSaD
SaD Domingo Domin Thursday Feb 11 11The 11The ILThe
The Clyde C174kliaer liner K ew w York arrived anivecUlere anivecUlerethb here herethis herethli
this jnorninc convoyed VOyed by the United UnitedState UtedStaMtl ETJIILedStatsi
State cruller Newark and Minister Mi1d8terPoeI1 MinisterPoweU thdeterPouejl
PoweU instructed the captain of the theesee theeel theesee
esee eel to discharge d tae hs cargo car at the thewharf titwJ1arf thewharf <
wharf An agreement mert bad beeen mad madby madby madeby
by Minister Powell and Commander Commanderr CommanderMiSer tr trMUler
r Miller with Itb the insurgents and th thI the theg
I government g overa teDt that neither party rtwukl rtwuklfire Ihouldi shouWfire
i fire ft white e the tb New Xe York VMS at the thewharf tbeI thewharf
I wharf discharging d ng The government governmentkept governmentkept
kept this thi agredMent t but the insurgents insurgentsfired inllUreentafired Insurgentsfired 1
fired On on the steamer and on a launch launchf Jau launchfrm eh ehrt
f rt frm r m the emiger idesr Columbia Colom which hkh was wasentering wasenterl8 wasentering
entering the rtvfr r Bight rifle shots shotsdamaged shotse shotsdMn
damaged dMn it e tI JTew W Yorks wood work workrI workendgerI I Iendangering
endangering rI ti the e Ures of iwsesngers rs and andcrew anIcrew andcrew
crew crewTh crewTe crewTb
Th Te commander ot the Unted States Stateswaraatp Stateswar Stateswarship
warship war lp then tltendeclded 4eclded < tecid < jd to eheli Pajorito Pajoritoiiear PjorUoI Pjorltosear
sear I r this duo the place occupied by bythc b bthe bythe
the Insurgents fll U ta and to land 9M marine marinewttfe marInesWith adheP adhePwit
With wit t the obje obt t of t puolstJcir pa tJn Ute in insurgents in inents iUsurgents ¬
surgents ents for Insulting ttnb the United States Statesflag StatesliaS Statesflag
flag ard damagingan nsging ft5 aa Anwicfeu Anwicfeusteamer AmerlCQusteamer 4modconsteamer
steamer steamerSo
S So ms m J farines arines Wounded WeuadedAt
At 290 2 the Newark approached and andopened ando andoprned
opened o ed fire discharging ten shells The Theiaaurgents Thelaaurrenaa TheLisurgenia
iaaurgents firei j upon up the marines marineswhile un1n marineswhile s swhUe
while they l were ere re landing w wounding woundingesm unding undingsom
som of them t The marfnec retvrnei retvrneithfe retrne1dw returnelthe
the fire and the inmrgncts i 111 ts ntn rian away awayTlclDailleB awayTIe i iThe
The TlclDailleB mailaes landed l 1d were divided into intotwo IntoIwo
two 0 columns and searched searc ed the hou houses houseswoods nouses nouseswoods e ewood
woods and aDCI bushes They Uwfc tl followed followedtbjp teflonedthe I
the Utleb irantr hmUrents < gent9 t Ieho ho fired White Idkt i th thmarines t tmartnt8 the themarines
marines were reloading re1cadln The result of ofthe ofthe
the berobardmit is not ot known kn knThe knawnThe 1 1The
The Now cw Yoik Y k left ft here re at i oclock oclockp I
p m for the roadstead after at landing landingfer JaJMllnrter landingIer
fer cargo cargoAll rer rerAll crrfioAll
All is I now no quiet qui t and it is supposed aapposedthat wppoeedthat supposedthat
that tfla th insu insurgents gents here retreated a aconsiderable itcJIWd acnaiderabIe
considerable cJIWd finance Reports Reportslh RefK rts c m mhe 1nthe
the lh he interior are favorable to the gov government IOvrn gorrnment ¬
ernment rn ment Great misery exists in the thecity eit thecity
city it > for want of food ard the arrival arrivalof arTtnof
of tb the i Clyde fine steamer < to a great greatrelief greatrelief greatrelief
relief The btemer could not ot land a aportion 0PGrtioB aportion
portion of her carga at Mdnte Crteti Crtetibeing Crtstbeln Cristibeing
being beln < prevented from so tai d by bym a aDominican aDominican
Dominican m lk waivbiv warsbiiNOPflING amtl i jfOD i iIfOCHTNG
IfOCHTNG fOD G IN IT EPAdmlnistrtion ITAdm ITAdmtnlstratieitNakesEaste
Admlnistrtion Adm AdmtnlstratieitNakesEaste 11strtien Makes MakesHastete Haste te Den Deny
An n Stori StoriWi6 Stories StoriesWashIAgtO
Washington Wi6 to wrb b 21 lIt It to hIut authorita authoritatively authorilalively bori a atiTely ¬
lively Mated thM the question of the theannexation tbpanneation theannexation
annexation or ofan > van Domingo to the theUnited theVatted
United Btatee t has never revived the theslightest thel theslightest
slightest l tnt consideration eoa on t e e pan jNUtof of ofthe ofthe
the United tted States and moreover m r the theadministration theadnhzIairat1op
administration to unable to take a po position 0slUen pasitlen ¬
sition or adopt a volley ether ethe tfea tIIIaa the theprotection theprotection
protection of American interests te in inSan tnSan InSan
San Domingo because ue of the t absence ab of ofsatisfactory ofsa o osatstsctory
satisfactory sa tory information as to condi conditions eondltlCtW mmdltions ¬
tions there thereSTATUS t1I t1ISTATUS thereSTATUS
e
STATUS NOT CHANGED CHANGEDFrench CHANGEDFreBch CHANGEDFrench
French View of Extension ofExtensiongf ot f Chinese Ohin ChineseNeutrality OhineseITeutrality se seNeutrality
Neutrality ITeutralityParis
Paris Feb 21 uWld1e Whfle France Fra has ha se seceded ae aet CCceded ¬
t ceded to the Britteh tItisb proposal for the theextension thextnlon thePztension
extension of neutrality by China C loa to all allpoints anpoints allpoIfltt
points in China leased alltd by power < save savethose Avetho savethose
those tho occupied 4tupi > J by Russia the foreign foreignoffice forelsnomce foreignoffice
office pays that Ruh uch action in no wise wiseimpairs wiseimpairs i iimpalr
impairs th thil right of f the th < powers under underth undPrthpir Undertheir
th their > ir loatwf t > U The Th question has been beenbrought beenbrought
up that the t British proposal proposaltended proposaltended BI BItended
tended to reaffirm Chinese CblD se sovereignty sovereigntyover IWvfrefgntr
over r toe pont occupied up ed as a well as to toforeign toforeipmu1tld toforeign
foreign foreipmu1tld municipalities aUtit > s but the view vlf of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Fm FrtnCQ cb auihorllies in that there is isno Isno
no hung in ihf th > Matu < of 1 thrpp tllf terri terri1iies territrI tern
1iies trI 1 ie > in ronsvuxnff QOofLIII fir f f thf Ih t h fxtensioa fxtensioaf
of f ohiTT Inn sc e iiiutraliu u tHeui theJlJ thei
J <
I EXPLOSION IN INBLASTFURNACE INBLASTFURNAcE
I BLASTFURNACE BLASTFURNACETwo BLAST FURNAC FURNACTw
Two Tw Men Asphyxiated Asphyxia edand and One OneBurned OneBurt OneBurned
Burned Burt ed to DeatH DeatliSEVERAL DeatHSEvERAL
+ 4 4SEVERAL
SEVERAL SERIOUSLY INJURED INJUREDI INIUREDAOOIDEXT
4 4ACCIDENT t
I ACCIDENT OCCUHSE1 OGCURREDDf > IN POWER POWERI lOWERROUSE POWEIBOUB
I ROUSE AT BT B BALO BALOl FALO FALOtJFFALO
l k kB
2 2BUFFALO
tJFFALO F W N Y 1 FebJfe Feb eb Two men meni m menwere n nert
BUFFALO B i were ert asphyxiated 4ne e was wu borne bornet bmnt burtiec4 burtiec4t
t death dea tb and several nal were serteusf serteusfinlured seri serIoustIfliured ulIIf ulIIfMJure4
inlured in an explosion eaonio of blast furnace furnacegas rurna rurnap furnacgs
gas p at the plant of the Lackawanna Lackawannateel
I SteeL teel teel company today The dead dead are areGeorge are areGeorge
George Reynolds a aMichael mason masonMichael mannMlchl1
I Michael S So Smith a mason masonFrank maumFUk nasonFreak
Frank Prcnatt employtd in the power powerhouse poert
t house h6weThe houseThe houseThe
The expiofcion occurred near power powerhouse pOwethou powerhouse
house hou No o 2 A large reservoir noir if situ situated sltuted situMed ¬
Med ted there The reservoir oh is a Utbe toiel toielf M Mfeet 1 1feet
feet f t long and abo nOOtltten about t ten feet t Ctln > In diam diametcr dmeter diarneter
eter It was stored with Uh gas g to bsruiwd bsruiwdas be beOtiYe
as motive OtiYe power for a large blower bl en engine en enSID1dt englue ¬
wet
glue gineSmith glueSniU
Smith and Reynolds were working Irt Irtthe hIthe liithe
1 1t
the reservoir retetV 011 befJtlCt bein i a bulkhead Cteda today todayA
A ° iHece of the t e bulkhead bakhead was wasfn removed removedin
in the ecwrse oourSe of the operation A valve vaJewillcD valvewhich valvewhich
which the men thought th tbld had been ctoseg ctosegallowed rJo rJouow elos elosallowed
allowed uow d gas U to flow into the tank They Theytried 7beytried
tried to ucp escpe scap but t were overcome Oercot be befurs befurf hefGre
furs thcr thc could e l flneh fteh the exit A torch torchused t0re11uf torchiid
I used d by the tb men m wo 0 left behind hlod anu anuwhen anr anrwhet an anwhen
when the gas reached re h d it a terrific terri c ex ex1Joslou exr4osloii X
1Joslou Jio Iou occurred Frank Prcnatt and andthe andtht andthe j
the isen J o were ere trying to remove moe one oC oCthe o otbe ofthe
the unconscious men when the explo explosion ¬
sion occurred All of them were hurled hurledinto hurle4into hurledinto
into the air Prenatt died in a few fetvminutes fewminuteB fewminutes
minutes Alexander Sanders was ter terribly terrlb1y terribly ¬
ribly burned
I Paris Feb 21 lPrornlnent Prominent financiers financiershave financiershae financIershave
have been in consultation con ultation today and andmeasuref andmeallUref andmeaeure
measuref meaeure were taken which will 111 be put putmto pUtmto putInto
mto operation tomorrow to prevent preventcontinuMce pivventcontnuiUice a ai
i continuance o of f the depression which whichsince whichsince hieh hiehsince
since the opening of the war we in the thefar thefar thefar
far east and particularly on Friday Fridayand Fridayand Fridayand
and Saturday last characterises the thei theotJrse theboorse
i bourse the government is assisting assistingthese a assistingthese tsttng I Ithese
these efforts by positively denying that thatthere thatthere I Ithere
there is any ground for alarm over fur further furthur ¬
ther complications complicationsThe furI
The serious result It of the weakness weaknessof
of the market is shown by the esti estimates estmates estimates ¬
mates of securities listed 118t on the bourse boursewhich bourselook boursewhich
which look have diminished in value about about16M9M about1
16M9M 1 francs within ttkin the past two twoweeks twoeeks twoweeks
I ISince
weeks weeksSince weeksSince eeks
Since Feb 8 France routes dropped droppedhere droppedhere droppedhere
here 3 francs Ji centimes Spanish ex exteriors extIors exteilors ¬
teriors 11 francs 10 centimes Bus Russian Rtssan BusBian ¬
san consols con ols 7 francs Brazilian 4s 4sS 4110 4110francs 4 4francs
S francs 30 centimes Bank of Paris Pad9i
9 9i francs fran Credit Lyonnatee S7 francs francsSuez francSuez francsSuz
Suez 290 francs ThomsonHouston ThomllO Hou ton 50 50francs 5Ofrancs
001
francs and Rio Tin Tinto fa 64 Go francs
FARfflEtf FJRM FAflMEflThe Riirhe The Prt Prjyg Prj4 is is AH Right Bgosh B gosh tf I Only Had the Wheat Wheat
BULGARIA BL BLAMES THE TiJRK TiJRKMobilization
1 1Mobilization
Mobilization of Qf Troops Along the Frontier andpppress andpppressive a andTOppressic VP S She
ive Police Measures Said to Greatly eatly Irfirate Irfiratethe ift lrrif t tthe tthe
the Balkan People v
flARTS lARTSv Feb F b 2L 21L L Zolfovite Zol Zoltovitar tOYIts the theBulgarian th
P r Bulgarian agent i in Paris mails imwlft1the mailsthe uIt uIttile
the folloniing t statement today todayI 1
001 I can c ca givethe gIve > the most formal assttr assttrances aS8ura asssrtun
a ances that Bulgarnkt has more than thanever thanever thanever
ever resolved n to do nothing notbln to compro compromise mnnprcmice ¬
mise the peace It is with great t sat satisfaction Ntlataetloft ratIsfaction ¬
isfaction we have seen the powers t pawe wers elab elaborate elabrate daborate ¬
orate a plan for reforms in Macedonia Macedoniaand Macedoniand Macedonigand
and we wish without any reservation reservationthe I
the reforms ref onR8 realised real led Above all at J j jare
11 InepL t W ken IIIOIftft are fol folwing ttlTroW1 1OTlowing
roW1 lowing wing with anxiety aD XI ty the t be events eve ts in the thear th thefar e ear
far ar east t Bulgaria will avoid doing doingattythfhff doingrttnrng doingitirng
attythfhff that wowld ou > cause he belief beliefthat belleratitre beUetat
that ratitre She he proposes to profit oftt by b the eel crisfe msl eelsis
sis The Biilgriaa BtJgs aa iteopte have nnant nnantmnusly 1I Knaflimoy ftl ftlJIIOIII4y
mnusly moy expressed warm sympathy for forRwwia forRussia
Russia RwwiaIt
> It is t unfortunate that Turkey per persists per8ltJt8 perslats ¬
slats in her regrettable regtt > ttab hostility h tillt > Be Besides Heskl Beskies ¬
sides skl the annoying police poH e measures she shehas fhetaken shebaa
has taken against a in our peopleour people > our com commerce comRIeICe cornineace ¬
merce suffers serious obstacles and andfinally andAnally andfinally
finally the continued concentration of ofTurkish otTurkish ofTurkish
Turkish troops along our frontier and
UNDER HURRY ORDERS ORPERSNew ORDERSNew
New Turkish Cruiser at Cramps CrampsWill CrampsWill CrampsWill
Will Sail March 1 Fully FullyEquipped F FUllyEquipped ly lyEquipped
Equipped For War WarPhiladelphia WarPb WarPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pb Feb 21 nThe The crnlaer crnlaerMedjidia c c1leclJldia cruissrMedjidia
Medjidia built for the imperial Otto Ottoman Ottoman Ottoman ¬
man navy at Cramps is i under hurry 1urryorders hurryorders hurryorders
orders to get home She Sh will wdl1eate leave here hereon hereon
I
on March 1 find will carry her own ownflag1 ownft ownhag
hag ft li It Jd been intended to take the t theveel e i iveeel
veeel to Constantinople eoo and deliver her herthere h herthere r rtlMre I
there to the Turkish naval au authorities authoritiesbut lHM1tte lHM1tteBut
but a change in this plan was u found foundnecessary foundnece foundIieceasaiy
necessary nece q and the ship will wU1be be put in incommission mcOmmi Incommission
commission cOmmi 8lon and unfurl her flag at this thisport thisport thisport
port portCaptain portCai portCaptain Captain Cai taln Rarwford Rn ford D Bucknam Bu < knam of ofCrumps e eCramp
Cn Cramp mp ship yard who will m take the theerate theenUeer thecruiser I
cruiser erate r across h has been commissioned commissioneda
a captain in the Ottoman iaiv7 and will willpot wIlpat 1 1PUt
pot her in commission lJlia It will 11I alsO be benecessary beneceary hOneceary
neceary to commission the other of officers offtcera ofThe ¬
ficers ficersThe
ftceraThe
The Me lecjfidl Jtldia will teAx leave e port rutty futtyready rutty1Md7 ftflyready
ready for a naval sngajrement a ment Her Hersuns BerlI Herguns
suns lI ail o ofthe of the latest pattern m use usein 1 1In 1In
in the rutted States navy were made madein j
in Bethlehem Pa All are practically 1actlcaJbIn i iin II IIin
in place The magazines ne are to be beailed beQed befiRed
ailed with ammunition a nnunitas ios if for war Marcruise warcruise
cruise e As soon as the cruiser reaches reachesthe reti reaehesthe hes hestbe I
the sea the trial of all her guns wHl wHlbs wHlbe willbe
be begun This will 111 be made practi practically practlcally practically ¬
cally thorough thoroughIn thorou I
In iew t of f the haste with which the thebuilders thebuilders thebuilders
builders have been charged rsed to deliver deliverthe i ithe ithe
the ship only two stops will m be made madeon I
on the tong run to Constantinople The Thetrip Thetrip I
trip will require about twenty days daysand daysand
and It may be that a final spoed d daYSoI test testwilt tCstwill testwill
will tx IM > made < somewhere eQrI off the island islandof islandof islandof
of Crete The eact ct cause C IU of o the thehurry theburry thehurry
hurry order ord < 1 has not yet been ex explained explained cxplalned ¬
plained
e
FACTORY BURNED BUBNBDNew BURNEDXew BtTBNBDNew
New York Feb F < b 21 lThf The > fKt rJfiurv > ry of ofthe tfthe r rthf
the Fraser Tablet rompany at Eight Eightornth Eightnth Fightnth
ornth nth ttre < tre < t and fighth avfnuo ttv < nn nue Prank Pranklyn HrnokJYIJ rot4t rot4tlyti
lyn was completely ctmril t4y tl dtf strvyod > f d by 0 fire firetonigiii 11 11tonint firetonAgIt
tonigiii Loss S CJOOQ9 OOOO OOOOc
c t
t r npbl 110 nobiilsation b IUHt lisa tion on of troops at strategic strategicnts sPrtegIcpnts tt
pnts nts Is menacing u uI uc < > 1
1 I Zoltorit ZOIto ftx said there is a war ar pmrtylnConctantinopte patty pattyhi rt rtfnCoftlftll1tlnopte
lnConctantinopte hi which bas a prejwn prejwnderating prependonating lMl lMlderating
derating inlTuence Inf uence and quoted 4Ju t trom tromCQbsular from fromcoitsular fromchsular
coitsular reports to the effJScttha efft tMt tn tnTurks th thurks theTurks
Turks urks fear a military mllitaryr ifcfurreetUpi elUrt5 if ifvsr ifr Itwar
war r with Bulgaria is nqt declared declaredIn 1
j jIn
In the light of these e Wets e M M i S9el S9elitayltz O Otoyitz
itayltz t Ov itz concluded C 0 n CIUd e d it 11 is natural net1IrIltt tNktBulgaria that that3tilgarin t tB
Bulgaria B lgaria too should be beJt he4L
t
Jtlsounderst0 Jt jSi ia uhderstoBtlfri uhderstoBtlfrisldering understo 8ttf 10 cOM eoMst cOMsiderlng i
sldering st ering almultaneoue almultaneouei a rspr1statieml rspr1statiemlto
to Constantip jfle and Soils to mpe ompea mpea
i a limitation to ar arThe armamenJ armamenJr1ie tAti IG
The Iie Turkish Turki embassy em embasistate l 5u < at atstate
state categorically cate5g aty that the Ottoman Ottomangl OftC Otttirnait h1 RA I Irn1fn
gl t ernmen has not given any orders ordersfar ord ordersfor ns I Ifer
far the mobilization of troop troopOrder troopsOrder J JOrder
Order Restored RestoredConstantinople RHt BesturedConstantinople red redConsl
1 1Jlasba
Constantinople Consl 1tine k Feb FebPsalm 21 t Sbjemshi SbjemshiPaslm 1
Psalm has telegraphed tel the ports that thatorder tbfttorder thatorder
order has been 1 restored in Nor NorWi Al Albania Alb8nia Albenia ¬
bania and that t the Albanians AJba UI ate aP die dispersing dlspend dieperanig ¬
persing pend r
>
FRENCH FR EiNCH FINANCIERS TRYING TRYI NG TO TOPREVENT < r U UPREVENT J JPREVENT
PREVENT FURTHER F RTHER FALL if rNp tN PRICES lCES
I
It is recognized that aomeihiag nne tN mu mube mut mutbe i
be done to stop the reckless ree1d efipqpte e tb tbsell tOsll 1
sell 11 All the financiers who dfseueeed dfseueeedthe II IItl dis besed besedthe
the tl matter today united in stating statingthat statingthat I Ithat
that the crisis was preeminehtiy pro produced pinduced ¬
duced ducedby by speculation bases on onthepn onthepneral the gen general genoral proi ¬
eral fear of complications arising1 ou ouIf out outofthewar outof i
ofthewar If the war ar between Russia and Japan Jpanand Japanand
and it is because bec U8e of this that capital capitalhas capitalhas
has been timid of intervening in veQIOf The Thefinanciers Thefinanciers
financiers fln ancJers who have been consulting consultingtoday COt sUlttaStp connuitlugtpday
today tp aJ propose propo to act et together t to up uphold uphold j jhold
hold the market tomorrow and tills tillstaken tb thistaken
taken with the denial of th3 th sensation sensational Uon ¬
al 1 reports from Berlin and nCl d > ladrid ad < and andby andby
by the government here is expected expe t d to tobring tobring tobring
bring about a reaction or at least l aet to toproduce toproduce toproduce
produce a firmer market marketM mark t 1 1ill
M de Vcraeuil a nwmber tnf of a aIient om omineut
ineut company com operating Ot Owtfe tila tilacaned bQurao bQuraocalled bunraccelIed fomj
called attea l1tteattm tm today todayto te the fact farltbat farltbatth fachatthe that thatthe
the th tone of the bourse in Itself was wasescellent wasCXC wasexcellent
excellent CXC eUent r believe he said ald that thatvery thatl thatvery
very e shortly short from Monday even ve the t themarket e emarket
market will be strong and wilt resume resumeits ruffiet J
its t normal nnn course cou eours1 I
DISABLED IN INA A STORM STORMBritish
British Steamer Abandoned Aba1done in inSinking inSinking I
Sinking Condition ConditionThe ConditionTheC The TheGrew
Grew C ew Saved SavedNew SavedMew av d
I INew
New York Yor Feb Y b 21 I14Tbe + The Gerfesh GerfeshSloimoi G Ger1 Ger1Siomiixi Jt JtstomM
Sloimoi stomM line steamer r Alsice ATh4i Qtiplnfli Ciij
1 Ktiilenhal Kuden1ialwiuich which ar arrlved arrivedrom ri veil i from rom sam Haniburs samburg
burs bU today toaa brought lo port portParker rt Cs Cal taJn taJnPacker n
Packer Park r and i1n twentyone ten y on ehh I shIpwrlcs1 shIpwrlcs1men w Kfcaa Kfcaamen
men b belonging ongtn to the British ftls ftlsIItdatn9t fjMght fjMghtsUTamar eight eightstdamer
sUTamar Iveatlgsm Ite which wltkkdoned thfly jan janclOned a
clOned at sea on February Ie ins 1a a sink slaking lnkfn sinkng ¬
ing fn ng condition conditionSpeaking cndftionSpenkln conditionSpeaking
Speaking ef r the sinking of the ship shipCRptain Ip IpCsptiln
CRptain n Parker Parkcrsatd aaid id todfey todfeyWe t tod todWe J JYe
We sailed from Portland on onday 4liday 4lidayI ay
I February Fe ru lJ l bound for Liinerk Lhne k Jtwth Jtwtha with witha
a full cargo of grain aln OV p v jjeday jjedaywhile day daywhile
while rtinolny in a heavy seaV e the thestctrin tilecStcrlnglear thesterrlng
cStcrlnglear sterrlng stctrin gear became disabled d butwajt butwajtrepaired butwarepaIred t trepaired
repaired It was 1111 not strong st enough enoughhowever e epougiihewever hl
however h 1ever to withstand toe t e Aslant lrl t gahJ gahJof gale gatO galeof
of O r the following Stxturd andm aa aMibrek aMibrekdown brske brskedown br e
I
again 1 An effort wa was made 1l4e to teconnect toconnect >
connect conne t tlie tIloJtandgear andgear brfi biftthe tft owblg owla to tothe
the darkness and terrific sea ae it could culdnot 4 couldnot
not be repaired and on the morning ef efthe ofthe t
the 14th we W df discovered the hand steer ateeriinff steertog er erfng
iinff tog gear 9Ar broken brotn to piecw P lJkrwtteel thawt huW1i00igot eel eeljgoUe
got and a complete wraelc wraelcJ wro wroBy
J BY y Monday the ih gale ga had increased fnCteqf increaseittu increaseittuhurricane > duJ duJlnrricane to toi
i hurricane the rabtris wereflooded werefloodedand were fiJPd4 fiJPd4anti d
and the theshlp ship was as lying lyin at atan an angle of of3Q ofso
30 tl degrees ejrees gTe s The rudder was W s adrift adriftmoving adetttfrom
moving from side id Idp j to side sid vicfeivtly iCl h and andt andit aitdIt
it t war wa imni Impossible > g58ble to get an lashing to toi toh tohO1t
hoUl h id it firm The stearner Albano Albanofinulij 41iiuohnaliy
i
finulij naJi aim in Il1sj siifht ht and urgent finals finalsv hntJs aIntlswere
> were v re made madeto to attract her htralunUun ait altt > ntjon The TheAlbano j
Albano took all hands han on board b The Thechkf Th ThhIH Thel Thelhitf
chkf oulcor of of th tt > < > K KnU Nentigern > nttgf > rn nl1ad had bl blsrjn hJarm h1aijii
srjn arm brokenand broken aDd the chief fh etiIe et stPirard st hJMf hJMfMg ba41ts 4
Mg 1 18 t Ji p briji5 brU brtiied i d ed Th Kfnt K Keptleerr ntfcrn e rn was wasbuilt wasbuilt 3S 3Sbuilt
built at Glasgow GIW fH in ISS8 and was wa owned ownedby oynedby OiiedbyTroopsSon
by byTroopsSon byTroopsSonCABIT Troops Son SonCABINET Sonlilt
lilt s e eCADINET
CABINET FORMEDCapp FORtEDCapr FORMED ORUEnap
Capp ap Town F < b 1 1 J I > r Jamipnn Jamipnnhas JamPonhas JarItelonhas
has succeededin uCC eaed in co compJetht8o pletli ga e rabat eabmltiijt bi ct
iijt <
> s
TOOK OFF BOLTS BOLTSAND BOLTSAN BOLTSAND
AND AN D WALKED W WALKEDOUT WALKEDOUTiolIi LKED OUT OUTHi
+
Olli Hi and Barboglio Barb glio Escape EscapeFrom cape1 cape1F
1 From F om Sunnystde Jail JailSOON 1 1I
4 4 I t H HSOON I IItE
ItE SOON SO ON RECAPTURED RECAPTUREDOB R RECAPTURED1r E CAPTU RED REDr
1r i i9ABLD
O 9ABLD OB ABLE AJJ LE CASE FOR FORSTATES F R UNr UNiTh1 UNiTh1STATES
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STATES COURT COUIITSserial COt T TI 1 1t
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P TNYS1D 4ITSI NYSIDJB D U Utla ah n Feb a ILChzrleL ILChzrleLiJileniolll Charles CharlesvODemolU Cbarleemolu
vODemolU emolu official onte fltl orgnnlser or gtm h of the thev thehsitieiLtiu
hsitieiLtiu 811 Wlcasppsae4 Wlcasppsae4SJoseph 1 IIIIIpaa IIIIIpaaJoseph
SJoseph v Joseph BaiB B SI4rbelio rb eSo U Asp Hfieiwerr At Attempted att uttempted ¬
t tempted > mpt d to come front Miwfif Mt ifIwsutewit ifIwsutewityesterday lt wn wnyesterday n j jYtsterda
yesterday to take the train for Helper Helperwhich Betperwhich I Iwilleh
which leaves here at 2 oclock DtI p p m mOn mOn rnOn
On their arrival at the deadline about aboutone aboutOT4e aboutone
one mile below camp eam camptliey They were halted haltedby haltedby i
by men armed with Winchesters sup sup1 sup1vuedl supPC
1 ycsedly PC sedly company euUJ ny guards guar who w 119 demand demanded ¬ j jed
ed to kn k knsu w their business bU1neaaaad and when whenthey whenthey I ItbeJ
they explained they were going goI on the thetrain thetrain I Itrain
train the two men were ere conducted co to tothe tothe
the city bastile bastileThey beetheThey te teThey
They wert held without charges chargesi cha chargesbelng s sbelng
i belng preferred and at 6 p pm m when Whetile wheDthe
i the guards uards went to the lockup to take taketheir takettelr taketheir
their prisoners 9ri oners to the tb company boardiJg boardlag board boarding ¬
lag house for supper they found it itempty itempty Itempty
empty The two nn men had taken off offthe offth o othe
the bolts on the inside of the door doornrking doorklng dooruJclng
nrking klng it easy to pull open and de deearap deeamp deeamp
eamp earapThey eampThey eampThey
They were caught late in the night nightbeow nibto nightbeow
beow o camp by Constable Hftsmnssen Hftsmnssenand
and brought before Justice JU8ticel1 Hill 1 where wherea
a charge of breaking jail was pre preferred prefprred prefcrred I
ferred against t them The prisoners prisonersspent i ispent
spent the remainder of the night in the theol theold J Jolu I
old ol hospital and at 11 oclock lock today todaywere todaywere todaywere
were released on a c cash 51z bond of use usewhich 256 256which Z5Iwhich
which was as furnished by b Barboglio BarboglioUpon BarbocUoUpon BarbOgUOUpon
Upon their release they th y immediately immediatelystarted tmmedtat Immediatelystarted ly lystart
started start d for Helper hiring hlrin a rig to con convey Convey ¬
vey y them saying they the were ere going toi toiSalt to toSalt toSalt
Salt Lake and lay their t1 lr case ca before beforeGovernor fore foreGovernor i iGovernor
Governor Wells and the United States Statesourta Statescourts i icourts
courts Their hearing Is set l for Thurs Thunrday Thursday j jday
day next at which whi < h time they th f are ar ex expected expected cxported ¬
pected back backIDAHO backIDAHO backIDAHO
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IDAHO MAN CRUSHED CRUSHEDUNDER CRUSHEDUNDER CRUSHEDUNDER
UNDER TRAIN AT T NAMPA
4 Boise Ida Fb F b 21 21Joseph lJo Joseph ph D 4 4i
1 1pltattd
i 9 Hcifrich H trlch of Mountain tatn Home was +
4 4 dcjipititted pltattd by H i train in at Mamvu tnmpaat mp + 4T
T + at t 1 oclock thif morning m lnJng He e was WaRa f 9abro1wrbtE + fa 1
> a abro1wrbtE brofher of R C Heifrtch HfrIcha a amerchant 4 +
4 4 merchant of Mountain Home ao and andwas andwas J 4 +
+ was in hi htsempro1 hit employ H His wife aad adtlalldren + < f4ieUlldren
4ieUlldren + tlalldren were W re here andhe an ned he wtis is 8 on onhhs + j j
4 + his way to visit them UI As A the thewestbound 4 4westbound
4 westbound train on which he bad 4 9 9qnefpoln I IefrJJJ11
4 + omefcoju efrJJJ11 fountain lountaSaHcnne Hotne p pitited tt ed 4 + j joUt
4 4 out ou of Nfttnpa fUtPfl decSAaed dec deeedwheen w Wft s 9wt + j jto
4 to jump Jumaboerd abas rd A V few fewnwrnents fewnwrnentsinter moments 1ItQtre 3 4 4f + 1 11aterone
+ f later 1aterone one observer saw him Jump 4 4f 9off I
+ f off again running along holding 4 i
4 ths rail He stumbled and an fell fellgons fellgong 4 +
4 gong un under er the cars The ThebOfy body bbd bbdwaer 4 + 1 1wag
+ wag In such condition that identt 9 9iietlon f f4rfipation j
4rfipation t + fintlon TOS us not trade till this +
4 4 evening The deceased was 36 36ears 6 + J
4 + 4 < years ears old and was well known ih + j
4 + this part pftrtof of the state + f fWARRANT
+ + 4 + + + + + t + 1 + + + t tWARRANT + + + + +
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VJ WARRANT RRA TENG7N BI01NEIR BI01NEIRKILLED EJGINEERKILLEDBY ER ERPort
KILLED KILLEDBY BY ACCIDENT ACCIDENTPort
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Port Townsend TW Wash Keb b 21 21The 21Thenews The Thenews
news reached here today that on FrI Frld Fridy 1 1d
d dy y while the revenue cutter Areatft Areatftwas Aretswas 4rea 4reawas
was lying at the Friday harbor dock dockher d dockher j jher
her crew amused themselves them dves by shoot shooting ahOotlug ¬ i iiDgat
lug iDgat at imseing > ssIng durty du l with n rifle A Abird A1Jird Abird
bird pas passddovcr pasesd dQvcr jjver the vesael v and nd a coal coalpasser c all coaltssser
passer named Alfred aoeoel levelled levelledhis levelledhi j
his hi rifltf rift at it just as William I L Sayre Sayritoe Sayreil Sayreie
il itoe ie of tile arrant engiaeecsp ent111ee came tn tnrange Inrange 1 1nnge
range The heavy bullet ploumd ploumdthrouh pou h A Athrough i ihlOIlgh
through the head of the unfortttSBe unfortttSBeihan untort unfortafratt
ihan enterIng at tle base of the the1utd afcnU uU uUiid i iand j
and iid coming comln out at the mouth killing killinghim klllinthim kiflin kiflinhIni
him him instantly The coroners jury ex exH2 ex1 ex19n cxoiernted
9n oiernted H2 ed dGoebe1 Goebsli A sho W frantic UC with withgrteT wlU1j withglt
grteT glt SoyHt Sn had been b n s varal JIalyears years in inthe Inthe I Ithe
the revalue service and left a wife at atSan atSan atSan
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ARRISTEO ON INSANITY CHARGE CtiARGEWilliam CHARGEWilIiamstSirnmons
Williams WilIiamstSirnmons Simmons immofs of Wyoming Alleged to tobe be the he Vic Victim Victim ¬
tim of 9r Outrageous Ot trageous Persecution by Conspirajors ConspirajorsWho Conspir ors orsWho
Who Desire to Rob Him
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Wyo l fO Feb 21 2JThe 2JThef 21TheHeia The Thefeud
CHB C f Heia feud tt14 u4 of several 8eV ra1 years yearstending y yearsdeveloped 18 1 1V
tending has developed V 1Qped a number numberof
of sensfttlonalifeatHreB aen lwr but the biggest biggestsensation 1tI 1tInsatl biggestsensation
sensation a of r all Oaame n came aa today tG4aY1I when whenWflUam whenWilliam en enWHUam
William Ski Sknatona was as arrested are t by bySheriff bySheltr bySheriff
Sheriff Sue U ntJae jwn Pfltbe the charge of in insanity Insanity Insanity ¬
sanity SImmons was broaght tto to the themany thecky thecity
city and wU1 M nHt1 nHt1II u1nber u1nberof
o of thelcafl II Id I IShamne
Shamne Shamneall
an big il lite it1FT1 ift iftmal1 OFe OFemany
many mal1 yqarfagjiif y Yesio iwmy L Jtpauts J5t5 J5t5the 4ttsgf1 of ofthe
the themo most t va v vabt ahUt feitftn J 1dsittnthaectiom t1II thi lSection lSectionHe 1 1He
He died df d a few i Y years Ago 10 and left avaluab4 a avaluable i ialuabho
valuable estate etIt e to Mrs Shnmons and andson andson I Ison
son William Wliti loeJwdiog a number ft ber of ofrich o orich i iricb
rich mltoes es in I the Silver snvercroWn 1crown > own district districti districtwhich I
i which lies loss close to the Simmons ons ranch ranchI ranchDurinI ranchDuring
I During the past few years enemies enemiesI
I of young Simmons SI have sought iight ht to drive drivehim drhehim drivehim I
him out outof of oftJie the J5 eountrJV and nd it is al ¬
leged that the charge e fI1f C insanity insanityagainst Insanityagaist
against jut him has been trumped nv by bythese bytlJEfII bytbe
these tbe enemies eIK1 le8 to further tfeefr schemes schemesto iCMmetrtoOO
to toOO do away with him and a andget get t the film SteiI SbBmons filmmono
I mons property It is alleged a11e id that these theset ueeeIIeinles theseenemies
t enemies have from time to time ob obtained ebtAhfed ohtallied ¬
tallied possession of piece of the SUn ffimI Slmmons SUnmoms
I mons land until now there thereis is little leftof Jettof left laftof
of the original ranch and mining es estate dtate eslate ¬
tate Simmons hu ha several tinierbeen tinierbeencompelled tJ tImerbeencompelled been beencempelletl
compelled to protect big own with a agun aBUR agun
gun and on one occasion he came near nearWirfng arJenIfQ nrcI1I1g
Wirfng a neighbor Rei hbor < with wit whom who he hellili heau hetturiled
au tturiled raMed
llili raMed8itJr il Mtties say j3i imrooits has hasdene basef bssc1eia
dene c1eia i Mpniber 9l neer tWngs of late hkteAdi Jetew latea4L
w Adi he mat he mentnUy BY nfcjlstsnred pledat pledattha edat edatttf at atIthriel
Ithriel tha d liitt th ttf tfinr it h Ieowttder Ieowttderw Mr wonder wonderfof wWlderft
fof If ewr ver a aJ man has been PQre persecuted persecutedby CUIed CUIedby Jed Jedby
by conspiring plring enemies enE mift young Stannenfl Stannenflis mmonm mmonmis
is the man manThe i iThe
The authorities will Investigate the thematter thematter thematter
matter thoroughly but it is expected expectedthat e eppoctedthat ted
that Simmons wiH berry be betrsd leased at once onceOther j jOther
Other developments are areexpected expected in Inthe IntheSliver the theSilver the511err
Silver Crown fetid ajd aj even murder mHrdermay 1111Irma murdermay
may ma be committed
NDUSTRIAL fN D USTRIAfASSD ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONCONVENTION G I AT ION IONCONVENTION
CONVENTION BEGINS TODAY
Indlana Indianapolis Oli Feb it tThe The T national nationalconvention I Iconvention I
convention of the Jfkductaria Asaocia Association I Ition I Itlon
tion of America wfll begin its sessions sessionshHe sessionshere j
here tomorrow live Ive liundred lu manu mannfacturers j
facturers and business men of the thecouptry thecouptr3r
couptry ara nraexpected expected Slany ny have ar arrived arrived ari aririved I
rived today t todayfor for the t eting meetinigv Repre Representatives Repre8tntatlvea Represtntativee ¬
sentatives of ofJbe tiie Jrttte t tA l Association Associationof sociation sociationed iation iationof
of Manufacturers the Tvjbertcan n Foun Founders Founkrs Founclers ¬
ders < associaUon usOti tiOn the National Metal MetalTrades Mta1Trades etal etalTrades
Trades association the ykiserican iJjrican Anti AntlB AntiBoycott SntiBycot
Boycott B Yoott a association oei 8ti ll ij t XaUoHat UOtll Co Cooperatora Cooperators
operators association OCJation the he Slectrical Slectricaliuffiociatjon Elecll II ctniraI ctniraIasaociat5on at ata
iuffiociatjon a the srewhant r bantfnUonr Tailors lro Protective lroteetlve lroteetive ¬
tective association tISOcl uitisO Uon the JteUotia Uona Build Builders Buildera ulld ullden ¬
ers association a88oda ion and a a ti tibpr bei of local localemployers localernptoyers <
employers assectation 8Cia Uu aafi A d eatisemi stbtei t t 5p al alliances d dlIance alIlances ¬ f
liances will W e here J Sr c t > Craig i of ofColorado ofl ofColorado
Colorado l is among mongttiis < J jjQa ejt e etwted etwtedSpeaking cteiJ e eSpeaking i iSpeaking
Speaking of the tBeVork work < f f tbt t th tx conen conentlon > men j
Hon President Pafryy Patry Psnysald aid An effort
BARRED FROM FROMPostoffice flAiLS flAiLSPostoffice flAllS I IPostoffi
Postoffice Postoffi e Departbgnl De ri fir JYaglng JYaglngWar WajIngWar yag ng I
War ar Upon Objectionable ObjectionableAdvertisements ObjtiolabhAthertisemnts
Advertisements AdvertisementsWashington Adv6rti Athertisemntsi e ts
Washington i as iingtor Feb 21rTbe 21 l Toe i osu81ce osu81cedepartment ostufflcedepartment hJf k e edepartment
department IMS ts > be btlt1n un a crusade crusndeainst crusadeganst <
3anst ainst the prhrting prlnU g of objectionable objectjwnableadv objectionableadvertisemes b1ett r8b < t
adv adverti advertisemes rtisemeQjta und ntlStorie11 stories n newaspa newaspapere W8pa W8pafJelc I
pere and perjotlieaus tho thvQqgjtout thix igiiotit out the thecountry thecountry
The action te < fead 1Il on see section ¬
tion tIo 3S Maot 3853 i of t the e revised ed atacutBS si8wtes which whichioappses
ioappses e8 a fine of not exceeding eSCt tng 5tOO 5tOOor too I
or Imprisonment Imprfnonrnentfor Dllei fee notoyepftve not O l five years yearsor
or both for jtny person depositing in inthe Inthe I Itbe
the malts op aiding 8i ln Jn Jn circulating circulatingthrough drculatlngthroa circulatingthrough
through < b the mails tJsef ef any obscene obsceneprint o obsceneprint e erlntpmpblet
print > rlntpmpblet pamphlet etc It is proposed to toamend toamend
amend this law 10 01 include nctu de vulgar ad advertls adfrtPme advertlsementa
vertls frtPme rRenta t8 iMf n i other prhtteJ iirint < l matter matterUnder matterrodeI matterUnder
Under the n newpoJl nOw w policy a Run nunib ber r of pa papers paP papen ¬
pen P containing questionable q e6tionHbl matter matterhave matternave
have been thrown thrownettt out of the mails un under ¬
der telegraphic orders ord n to Ute postmas postmasters post poatmastels mas masters ¬
ters and a campaign arn on w 111 tltl l be waged vagedag wagedacablt wagedagainst
against ag iMot objectionably ob Uonabi medical adver advertisements advertinements ¬
tisements which are being bc betngwldely ng widely id ly pub published pubIIshed published ¬
lished lishedSALVATIQNARMYS
j jSALVATION lSALVATION
SALVATION SALVATION SALVATIQNARMYS ARMYSFRIEND ARMYS FRIEND FRIENDMemorial FRIENDMenioial
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Memorial Servioss Servi SFol For Hanna Held Heldr HeldbyC Boldby
byC by Jn p1nfier er Boo BooiiTuOker BooiiTuOkerNew Tucker TuckerXcw
New r YOrk YOIt Feb ai 21CQmmander 21CQmmanderth Oommander OommanderBooth
Booth th Tucker TukerOf ef the salvation Slvktion 1Wtion Army Armyconducted Armyconducted
conducted a amem memorial orIn 1 service fierVltorsn for Sen Senator ¬
ator Marcos 4 Hannn 1t today in Jle Jlemorial 11emorlal Memorial
morial hell a ispy Hiy headquarters ColoI ColoInel Colo Cob Coban
nel an HiSPlnsHad Him Htggfls itild extracts of letters letterswritten letterswritten
written by Senator ntor Hannn to the army armyleaders army army1adens
leaders and ga gave ve > parts of speeches S eches the thesenator thefWnator thesenator I
senator had > tfIlv0red 1ivOVed fv > at army meet meetings meetkiSs
kiSs Among n the t leletten letter ieaxl 1 ed was meetj one oneto oneto
to t Commah ComflianiierI3bOtlf rTfoottf r BO t1fTbcker Tucker on Jan Jani
i 4 in which the senator sen i r exr eXpreflSf r e > < l the thev thetFnl
1 v arm sympathy toYIt1ItthfeJt felt by Mrs t Hanna Ilannuand Hannaaiii I
and himself hilTjI lr in the th < work of tin Ul army armymmaiKlfT
1 mmaiKlfT P Hootb otb Tucker Tudc > paid Id that thatin thatiti I
in tho th death dra th of U SonaHor B > nlt or Hanua th tho Sal Kilvstion Salvation HI HIat
vstion at ion Army ArMJrba bad lost tfne tfraeof of the thebe best bestfriends beetfriends t tfrit
friends frit > nd it ev e f had hadHe hRdHe badlie
He was one ne 1ft rf f the grandest men menth mf11Uw menh
th Uw h > vi rld bas eyr J r set seen eeiv i said th thioinrnaB thI1II1ujder the theiarnader
ioinrnaB I1II1ujder iarnader > 1eriJSneV ti w the army and andstool
stool 1 by to heV ho ht I the rte hiusih1na 1titnhlitrUi h < f fon
on Ui v ork rk Th ffftct ffTP of I his < hlp hIli txili txiliHJ ill
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JWILL WILL PROCEED PROCEEDWITH PROCEEDWITH PROCEEDWiTH
WITH MORE MOREGARE CAREt DARE
t 4 4Actiono
lf Action A Actiono ti n jot of f President President4Uy l GlJY lJy Has HasAroused MasAroused HasAroused
Aroused Box Elder Stake StakftPROPKECY StakeJ StakePROPHECY StkFROPHECY
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PROPHECY NOT FULFILLED FftFILLEDSOME FULFILLEDt
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SOME s SAINTS WHO COULD NOT 3TOTSpecial ro roBE NOTBB
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Special Correspondence CorrespondenceBTOHAM forreapoudeuceBkRIGIIAM eftce eftceBnm
BTOHAM HAoI CITY Utah tta Feb 20 20In 20Invjew In Ini lnVIew
Bnm BkRIGIIAM i view of the fact that The Herald HeraldIMS Heraldbeen HeraldIma
IMS been publishing the details of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the doings of the brethren here it has hasbeen baabee banbeen
been bee thought best to proceed more care carefully C81euny careCul1y ¬
fully uny A 4 large arge portion of the people peopleof
of this stake has ben compelled to topnotntae tol toiixomho
pnotntae l omlee to obey the priesthood and to toStop tot tostop
Stop t p holding < stock in or to dance in the theAcademy theAcademy theAcademy
Academy of Music anfl Dancing There Therewere Threwere Therewere
were twenty who were tiled Feb 7 and andS andSU1d andSsnd
S SU1d and who ref refused to promise They Theywere TheyWtTe Theywere
were given ven until Sund Sunday Feb 13 to tomake tumake tomake
make up their minds either to promise promiseor prtmi f for
or to be dropped Sunday Sunda they were werenotified wt werenotliled > n nnotiltecl
notified that they could consider the thematter thenuatter thematter
matter further until after the Quarter Quarterly ¬
ly conference con erence which will UI be held to tomorrow toor1QW tomorrow ¬
morrow or1QW and Monday There were ere be between between between ¬
tween twenty and twentyfive who whovoted whovoted ho hovoted
voted for ro the cltys electric light plant plantagainst plantagaiMt plantagainst
against the council of the tb holy priest prteathood prle8thm priesthood
hood whom it was intended should be bedropped bedropped bedropped
dropped and the hand of oileJlGwsblp oileJlGwsblpwas fellowship fellowshipwas
was afterwards to be withdrawn from fromthem fromthem fromthem
them but The Herald hat exposed txpo the theplan tileplan theplan
plan and so there will be nothing fur furpier furt1 furer
pier t1 er done until after quarterly confer conference confernee confertince ¬
ence nee So only five political offenders offendershave offendenhaye offendershave
have been dropped to date They are areI areE areE
I E A Box Elias Jensen Lewis Lund lAindJ IundT
J Francis Merrill and Alfred Fishburn FishburnThese FishburnThese FlshburnThese
These men all stood for forcity city ownership ownershipContinued own ownershipContinued rshlp rshlpContinuw
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wilt be made to evolve some kind of ofscheme ofscheme ofscheme
scheme whereby a bureau of tabulated tabulatedinformation taatatediformatlon ta4miatedInformation
information may be kept in reference referenceto
to men who are the foantainheads fo ef efriotous frIotous ofriotous
riotous strikes TIle public has the theopinion theoptlon theopinion
opinion that we are opposed to labor laborunions laborunJe laborunions
unions This conclusion 1eD Is highly er errcneous 81TC orrcneous
rcneous TC DeUS We Ve are not opposed epposedto to unions unionsbut unionbut unionsbut
but we do stand against I net some of their theirwork theirwcrk theirwcrk
wcrk wcrkC
C W V Post of Battle Creek Mich Michpresident KtcltpreBfdent MIchpresident
president of the National Advertisers Advertisersassociation MftItlsersu Advertisersassociation
association u said tonight tonightAmong tobtAmong WnIitAniong
Among other tbl things the convention conventionwill conventionwtll conventionwill
will consider at some length the estab establishment stabIlfIhD1ftt establishment ¬
lishment of labor bureaus bu in variousIndufltrtaJ various variousindustrial variousIndustrial
industrial centers cente in t order > nl r to furnish furnishmarket fUmi furnishmarket h hrket
market rket reports repor of the labor r market marketeach marketeach
each week These labor reports will willgovern willgovern ill illgov I
govern gov n the employer In the purchase of ofhis ofhJs ofhis
his labor laborWOMAN laborVOMAN laborWOMAN
WOMAN USES REV REVOLVER REVOLVERWITH REV4LVERWITH l VEB VEBWITH
WITH DEADLY EFFECT EFFECTf
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t f La L Junta Colo Cob Feb 21 21In In a atit 4
4 + tit of jealousy alou3Y Mist U p Lou Adams A4a 8 8shot 4
4 + shot and killed l Patrick atrick H IL King I lng lngjr 4
4 + jr 1 a ranchman r < in the t e European Europeanh 4
4 4 hotel h tel here Miss Mi s Adams is Byea 2 26 4 4rf
rf years yea old and is the daughter of oftIn 4
4 4 Mrs 31 aggie Adam of Garden GardenCit 4 4
4 4 City Cit Kan an Kings father was as for forseveral 4 4 4several
+ several years a general genera contractor contractorfor 4 4
4 4 for the Santa Fe F 4 4MEXICO 4 4MEXICO
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0 8t I IMEXICO
MEXICO WAITING TO TOHEAR TOHEAR TOHEAR
HEAR FROM OTHERS OTHERSMexico OTHERSMeCtco OTHERSMexico
Mexico City Feb 81 21The The govern government 5OVernment governmeat ¬
ment official organ denies that t t Mexico Mexicohas Kexlcohas Mexicohs
has addressed a note to Chile express expressing expreuil11 expresslag ¬
lag itself favorably regarding reg recogni recognition recognition o nitfon ¬
tion of the republic of Panama but batIntimating butInUniatlnJ butintimating
Intimating a desire to extend ext that rec recognition recognition rueognltlon ¬
ognition jointly with ith the government of ofChile ofChile ofChile
Chile In order that it might carry carrygreater carlgreater carrygreater
greater moral force forceThe forceThe forceThe
The oflicial paper says the foregoing foregoinglacks for foregoinglacks golngJacks
lacks foundation fJU daUon for the jfesfcan ft gov government go goemment govitrnment ¬
ernment has addressed addre no note l ot on the thesubject theeect thesUbject
subject eect to the government uvernmenlOf < nf Chile ChileIt ChileIt ChileIt
It has done nothing more rnorelhan Sum endeav endeavor ¬
or through its representatives re Uvea to as ascertain 8Cer ascertain
certain dn Ute sentiment and policy of ofother ofothes ofother
other governments g vernment of this ni continent continentregarding continentreg continentregarding
reg regarding rdi the matter without endeav endeavoring endeavorlng endearGling ¬
oring to act et in concert with ith any of ofthem ofthem
them
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+ 4 HOSTILITY TO AMBRICA AMERICAVienna 4
t 9 4 Vienna fenna jfeo n LFuiiowirig = Fultonin n nf 1 1ser + 4
f 4 service ser lce of intercession interc S lon in the HUH Uusf HUHsian +
f sian church at Prague totliy todl fur fll fllthe +
4 4 the success of Russian arms nn nins ser e et +
4 eral t era rul I hundred hUHch It uncl red > Slav Sia v tudouts t udeit i S guii guiicr gat gatertl git I +
+ cr ertl l in fn frn f tr > nt t of thf t rhun dHlrdi and a t 1ft 1ftrtahd d 4 4
4 croaUd v 2 di ditturitie turbaiup tur Jllwf Th T Tty w < y tli IlJfj IlJfjproreedd n 4
4 proreedvij to 14 th Initcil 1 lIileI1 suuts suutsconsuteto St 4 4uiat
t + consuteto uiat tr where hf > ft itoey m i t Uvii d 10 10mak 4
4 4 make a hostile deriionstreft dt > lon ionstrtion tffit ion but butthe 4
4 4 the pollee closed h d all a II the streets s tTl5lp ip Es 4
4 4 leading lp ldln to the on t n IiauLatf ulat and after afterOTH 4
4 some oppt oppsilisfl ppn > sition succvejptl su in dis d is isjtillg 4
4 pcrsing the th dciiKMiVtrgtors dmO tJ tors and in inaniilg 4
4 ani aniilg or tiiis I iuity i uf 1 tbtni tb1Tt 4
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i OGDJIN7eIt U I di disposition of the bodies of f tl tlfourteen tlfourteen t tfourteen
fourteen Greek victims of o the he heplonion c cplosion Iploalon
plosion at Jackson Friday wit one oneI on ot otthe f fthe
I the chief developments of ofcontest to i r T Tcontest TCOQteet
contest was between differei undo unitaking undot utitaking
taking t establishments headed by byteient II IIferent < i iferent
ferent claimants of authority The Theoner Th ThoDer h huser >
user oDer and other officers of Ex ox KM KMcounty 111county i 1 1county
county wanted the bodies dritnr dritnramong drilUamong d i >
among a the different undertakn r rim rimand tinland Ii Iiarid
and with that in view gave < > jrs jrsarHval d darrival tiarrival
arrival In Ogden that all the u 1JdfltI 1JdfltIers i den d i i iers I Icr5
ers assist in the preliminary inrpai inrpaiot J op < par parof t tof
of the bodies for identiftcati a afour r rtour i ifour
four members of the Burk fans fanswere faniwere fanwere
were taken to Ridleys esUuVishmr esUuVishmron estat shot shoton
on request of relatives relaU as a iso L5Obcdies o t tbcdies tli tlibcdIe
bcdies of Haller and Dermody so thf thfwas t t h hwas i iwas
was no contest over them themDivided UIeIDDhid8d themDivided
Divided by the Cferaner CferanerToday c CemnerToday r rToday
Today the coroner decided to iT i F v vbodies n nbodies 1 1bQd1es
bodies in charge of Undertake Lark LarkSons LarSon
Sons five in charge of Und and andremaining atidremaining i iremalDlng
remaining ones to Richey
Mr Larkin I > arkin decided to ren eJ1I4 re > v vbodies vn vnbodies > j jbodies >
bodies allotted to him to bit b hI mn mntabUhment > V n ntabUshment rtabliehment
tabUshment the better bf tter to prep prepfp no i ih ihfor titfor t tfor >
for burial This raised ral d a protest prot p t f fthe fthe < <
the assembled multitude of ofmany fn nnmany K Kmany
many of whom declared they had hadsins hadtn8 ialsins
sins and other relatives under the theeringa thOeln th theringa
eringa eln inside the improvised ed niorsi niorsiThey mn in inThey 1 1Ttey
They declared the bodies sooted shot d n IIt IItmov itmoved < > t tmoved
moved mov and they carried their tile point pointCoroner poillCONDer i iCoroner
Coroner Decided to Quit QuitLater QIlitLater QuitLater
Later after an afternoon if f w wgUng ngfln H HsUn
gUng < the coroner Justice Hors Horswashed H FI FIwashed f fwasbed
washed his hands of the who < man manby 1111by ii iiby
by designating John Maccar a Cart < on onthe nnthe t tthe
the Greek interpreters to hav barof oust oustof CU01 CU01of
of the bodies he agreeing t > di ditbem < i tthem > i iem
them em to properly accredited accre reiam reiamand eliLthand eI eIand
and friends fi1en This raised a pro protst proa st f1 f1a f fa
a rival rlvallnteipreter interpreter who claimed to t i itelegraphic h htelegraphic l1i l1iteJesraplde
telegraphic authority from somr so i l1 l1bio 1do I IbIn
bio rebttires u of six of the dea dead > t to t iiresent r rresent rft
resent ft eBttJMaa them Thetcoroner tasteed IMIF ff l lhis th thbis t thts
his purported authority be pre Jrentfj Jrentfjan4 mcd mcdMaccart t I IJtccmrt
Maccart and the matter was as left ci fn fnway t t tway j jay
way ay
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Then arose a conflict of Duthon Duthonamong utlie iY v vamong
among friends and purported relath elat elatwho r rwho fQ fQwM
who claimed the right to direct dire dir ect ectshould t n rshould r nsheald
should have the custody of th bodi bodiMost hodMost
Most MIt of these had already iven ivenders 1 yen yenders en <
ders to Richey Frank Mcr 11t Mjit 1 > Uish oh a ammett aE aEmmett
E Emmett mmett met Flynn whose men had htdI 1 d b bsent 1 1aent <
sent to the scene of the aocidi nt F Fdajr Fmetal l lnht
dajr metal and finally the vnd tndrtak < rtak rtakmjsrocd rtatived > 3
mjsrocd ived that die business shouM shi hfu d I ail a a1done 1 i idone iIn
done in R Rickeys 8 name ame but thit t it itjf LI LIof r rof
of the o otlt 05 nirttrtdertakeni tvddeitaker Uudeftaker > sho shOjd shOjdfor sb ij ijfor d dfor
for five Mrails as directed by u unet If LInor t tner
net and an tat all ll the corpses c rp tioud i ul ulleft i ileft 1left
left at the tll temporary morgue morgueThe morgueThe morguelhe
The bodies bodt were then washed waaielembalmed in inembalmed 1 1 1embalmed
embalmed by all the undertakers undertakerstheir a atheir atheir
their assistants working together togetherX03 tocetberfO togetherOI
X03 OI BTTKKE B 9OD7
SVY Sttrvirins iv1n 3to JJrrother her Refuses to Accert Acceptth Accertthe AccertthMhng1ed
th the thMhng1ed Mangled JIfaDcledOpen Hemains HemainsOgden lomainsOgden
Ogden Utah Feb a tThe The body bod nf nfW 1 1W f fw
W J Burke one of the victims of oi ifexpiosion t tI texploelon
I explosion at Jackson Friday last h hnot tnot I Inot
not yet been be n found His surviv survivbrother suniyibrother eurz eurzbrother
brother refuses tonight to accept acc t tfragment tfnmenUt I Ifragments
fragment collected in a small aIl box boxbrotht a abrought lbroUght
brought in by the coroners > OIOner jury jurythe i ithe ithe
the death train as those of W J JBurke JBurke JBurke
Burke BurkeThe BurkeThe
BurkeThe The surviving brother as well wellother welloUter wellother =
other close friends say there is a noii noiiing n nlug t tIII
ing < about jtJKac remains that india indiathey indiodtlley uiIi uiIithey
they were werepIeeea pieces of th the body of f fman ii iiman 1 1man
man they seek and will not bury bu y th thl thlas t tassuch u uas
as assuch assuchIt such suchIt B1ItChIt
It is JmnoMlble iMp to tell whether whetherfragments t 1fragments tfragments >
fragments belonged to one body bodyseveral bodyBeveral hod y yseveral
several dUCarent ones and tile ticreason o oreason lJ lJrEUIOD >
reason the coroner had for assign assignthem a slit slittheft ign j jthem
them as 5 thone of W J Burke was i as th thhis thhis t t this =
his body W4W i not accounted for in aiy aiyother u t tother J Jother
other way wayPrienda warFrlendahUeve wa wa1rrlentk
Prienda FrlendahUeve believe that the body lOdyeither i ieither i = >
either buried burs In an upheaval < > f earn earnor EH C r II I Ior
or literaOy 7 blown hk wn to pieces as it itknown i iknown i iknown <
known that he perished along alongThomas wjfL wjfLThomas j t l
Thomas Borke and the latters family familyThe rami fantThe
The inquest Inq will be resumed Tuesday Tuesdayin TuesdaOgden TuesiiIn
in Ogden OgdenHANSBRQUGHS OgdenHANSBROUGHS
HANSBRQUGHS HANSBRQUGHS e FOREST FORESTRESERVATION FOREST FORESTRESERVATION FORESTRESERVATION
RESERVATION BILL BILLWashington BILLWashington
Washington Feb 21 21Senator Senator HHI HHIbrough Hiii1rough 1li 1libough
bough has Introduced a bill b J wli Whil WhilproWes i iprovides i iprovides
provides that no forest tea rena rvaM rvaMhereafter r I Ihereafter
hereafter shall be created covern cove I ig t a alands aJaJI4 1 1lands
lands within 111111I the limits of any an Milma Milmatend iilr z zland
tend grant It is provided furl furfhpr r th thwhere Inwhere t twhere
where a tract of land covered covers I by byunperfected a aunperfected
unperfected bona fide claim or i by bypatent hYpatent typatent >
patent is included within the l nits nitsa ii iia < tpublic
a public forest reservation beraner her r rated < r rated J <
ated the settler or own owner r may uta rein relinqnish reinqu rl rlquish
qu qnish th the tract to t the government goveral nt an ano atreceive i ireceive
receive in return full compensation compensationmay ompena tion tionmay tionmay
may be agreed upon between the t he sec secretary 81 s srotary
rotary of the interior and th t I part partso pat
80 relinquishing Any exchange exchangelands f exihxgeJand xchwg4Jan
Jan lands tf which hereafter may be hi sunen sunendered lIurrtndered surrendared
dered within a forest fo st reserve Tt resr > serYe heret heretfore heretfore heretfore
fore created shall be allowed noh fly flylands f i1aads < r rlands
lands of a She character ebara ter whether fnn fnnexchange soexchange 11 i iexchange
exchange ft IIi ade through the 1h mediur mediurof medi modito 1 1oi
of o land scrip scrip right of selection selectionotherwise electionotberwille letiofl letioflotherwise <
otherwise otberwilleSNOW otherwiseSNOW otherwiseSNOW
SNOW STORM GENERAL GENERALIN GENERALINTHE GENERALINTHENORTHWEST
IN INTHE INTHENORTHWEST INTHENORTHWESTMilwaukee THE NORTHWEST NORTHWESTMilwaukee NORTHWESTMilwaukee
Milwaukee Feb 21 21The The snow 8DOwtr1 8DOwtr1that suowstothat torn tornthat
that begao last at night 1ghtconUnufri 1ghtconUnufrithroughoUtoda7 continued continuedthixjughont 1 1throughout
throughout throughoUtoda7 Voday oday and indications poin pointto pointo pointo
to a continuance until tomorrow Abou Abousix Abouix Abonsix
six ix inches has fallen up to tonight Th Thstorm Th3torm Thstorm <
storm is general in the th northwest northwestOwing northweOwing northwestOwing
Owing to the continued moving mojngtraffic movingttatflc o otiaflic
traffic on steam and electric Jetri road roadtbera toaricthere ronithere
there has been little or no trouble i j1 j1thi t tthis i ithi
thi this < section A cold < wave is predicts predictsto predictjto I It
to t follow f UQw
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