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7 7President
President Presidentof of Church Admits Practicing PraG icing Polygamy PolygamySince Polyga PolygamyV ny nySince
V VV Since the Manifesto ManifestoEleven ManifestoEleven ManifestoV ManifestoEleven
Eleven Children by Five Wives Born to to1heHead the Head of of1he the rMrl rMrlman Mor Mormon MO MOmon ¬
mon Church Since 1890 1890Special 189QSpecial V
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + e eV + + + + + + + +
+ V Special to Tho geraloj geralojWgton Gvraldl GvraldlWMMngton 1Ir 1IrWaiiingtaii +
+ WMMngton D C March S SThose Those who are active in the prosecu p pro OfJeeu OfJeeulion eeu eeutlon + 4tion
+ lion ot f Swiator ealLWr Smoot asserted erted today a tt atuclOe th the close of the hearing thnt thntthey thnttn tbnttbey +
+ they tn h Iiitd tdestablished tabUshed their case The tctokimo tdJttmoay y of President Joseph Jo eph F FSmith FSmith + f fSmith
+ Smith they tb stated had surprised members of the th senate committee and andV andwill f fwill
V + will 111 have a powerful effect upon the committee and senate in determining determiningth +
+ th the opinion as n to Smoots right to retalnhls seat t This testimony they theyassert theyaswrt theyawert +
+ assert has fully fUll established the fact that afllcers If the Mormon church churchare churcare 4 4are
+ are living in polygamy p In violation of the law that the Mormon churcfy chure churedomlnate churedomintes + f fdominates
+ dominates Its it members in temporal and political matters as well as in inI4plrllual hispiritual + f fspiritual
+ spiritual affairs that Bmoot had aided and abetted his h1 associates in Inchureh Inchurch + f fchurch
+ church government overnment in violating the laws and that Smoot was as the can candtdale t 4fldLe tdfdale
+ dfdale sanctioned etIoned by b the Mormon church hu h snd could not be elected to the thelHDte + t tsenate
+ senate without flrst having obtained the th consent of the th church officers omeenTbe f fThe i iV V
+ The prosecution pro eeutlon states st3t tte that it will go further turtherlUld and prove that the Mormaa Mormaachurch 4 4church V
+ church dominates its members mem rs in political matters oven to controlling e the thevote thevote thevote + V
+ vote of Uiflted States senators and that proof proo will b be shown that smoot smootwoultl moot mootwould + 4 4V
+ would liare Jave to vote as directed by President Smith or give up his hI church cRureh01ltCe churchoMce + t toffice V
+ office 01ltCeLOOKED V V 4 4V f fLOOKED
4 Todays hearing was not without dramatic features f tures When Tayler Taylerof Talerof + 4
4 of the proeecutloa pro ecutlon counsel undertook to bring out the circumstances circumstancesof 4 4V
+ of Smiths divorce from one of hiswives and of her death the thepreshlent president presidentin + V
+ in tones showing intense Inten e emotion said It is oinbarraseing oJnbarnL lng for me to topublicly + f 4publicly fpublicly V
+ publicly announce my private domestic dom allc affairs > I regret that I have haveto h e eto + 4 4V 4k
k 4 to do it It because my mytCStlmon testimony will be printed and scattered broadcast to tothe tothe tothe + V
+ the world But raising ral ln his voice and glaring fiercely at Owen and amiCrltchlow andCritchlow
4 Crltchlow who sat near Tayler Ta ler to tf prompt him he added addedI 4 4I
+ I am not a spotter and informer and If there is any person I de despise deapfse + 4
4 spise on thin earth It is a contemptible spotter and informer informerPresident InformerPresident + 4President
+ President Smith again exhibited e anger when a question was put to tohim + 4 f fhim
4 him the second seco l time if plural marriages hod been solemnized by b any an anofficer + 4 4olIlcer f fotOccr
+ officer of the Mormon church In Utah or abroad since the issuance of ofthe orthe 4 4c +
c + the manifesto to Nowhere on earth he Raid with fierce emphasis has hasa + 4 4F
F + a plural marriage been performed by an officer of the Church of Latter Latterday + 4 4day f fday
+ day Saints since President Woodruffs manifesto was Issued In 1880 18S0To + t tTo
4 To Senator Dubois he said id that any member of the church perform per Qrm QrmIng 4 4log f fing
+ ing such would be excommunicated v V + 4
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
WASH1NGTOX It A I IASHINGTOX March a 3Attornes 3AttornesfOI 3Attorneysvy Attorneys Attorneysfor
vy fOI the protestants In the Smoot Smootinvestigation SmootInv SmootInvestigation
investigation Inv sUgatlon today said il they in intended tntrnded Intended ¬
tended to prove that the defendant ife ifea ISooclatEd hiaioeiated
Hoeiated a with an organization which whichpractices whIchrracUces
practices polygamy and connives s at atviolation atlulat1ons atviolatlona
violation or orthe the law and that his very veryvote velote veryvote
vote ote as is a senator of the United Statee Statesix
ix s subject to the wish wi h and command of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Mormon church President JOeph JosephF JoephF
F Smith confessed that he himself had hadcontinued hadonUnuiH1 hadcontlnud
continued to cohabit with his plural pluralfamily plumlfamily pluralamliy
family since the manifesto of 1SOO and andthat andt andthat
t that he realised fully that he was wa rio violating rioV 10 101Atlug ¬
V lating the laws la President Smith also alsoiestittea a180te alsotestIfttiat
iestittea te testIfttiat U that Reed Smoot Smqot had to get getthe getthe getthe
the consent of r his associate a WtWe tost1eti ostlef in inthe Inthe Inthe
the church before lie eoul cOultbCQIe cOultbCQIecamd1dte become a I Iclr
candidate clr 1d < te for senator senatorSensation senatorntion senatorkuzaion
Sensation ntion of the Year YearTheconfession YearThe YearTh
Theconfession The Th c cthssseiofl nfeMiit of President Pre ldt Smith Smithv SmithWtR V Vrs
v WtR s the sensation of the proceedings tli tng8 to to toh toiftY
d h iftY y before the senate nate committee on onrrhn Onrivteges
privilegeK rrhn and elections Mr > Ir Smith Smitllaid SmithC i ipaid
C paid aid that the manifesto of 1S90 had left lefttho lefthim leftliini
him alul 01 others with plural falmllles In Inth inth
tho th unfortunate situation of being bein com compelled complI4 cornplled ¬
pelled d to dety the law OH desert their theirfamilies theiramm theiramIIies
families amm For himself he had preferred preferredto
to take chances with the law rather ratherthan rntherthan ratherthan
than to disgrace himself and degrade degradehis
his l1i family by abandoning his wives and andthe andthf andth
the th children they had borne him He Headmitted He8rimltted Helmitted
admitted that he had had children by byall b ball byall
all of hie five wives since the manifesto manifestoand Inflniestoand manifestoand
and said be had acknowledged them themopenly themOJ themopenly
openly OJ nl7 without interference or disturb disturbatue disturbafl
atue afl from the people of Utah whom he het heflTlOke hestoke
t stoke r oke of as a liberal and broadminded broadmindedThe d dh
The h defense fen e will take the witness to toPROCEEDINGS tomurro toTm
murro murrol Tm rrow rrowPROCEEDINGS
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President Pre ident Smith Makes Some Very VeryDamaging VeryDamaging VeryDamaging
Damaging Admissions AdmissionsWashington Admissionsa AdmissionsWashington
Washington a linlon March 3 350 So great reat has hasb 11asbrrome hasbome
b brrome rome the interest in the investigation investigationof Inve Ugatlon Ugatlonf
of f the protests t against Reed Smoot of ofItah oCr ofVtah
Itah r tah retaining his hi seat in the United UnitedStates UnitedSt Unitedstates
States St ates senate Irnatetbatltasnece that it was necessary e oto to topuet topoet
pUtt a policeman at the door of the theroom theroomot I
room roomot of the committee on privileges privilegesnd prlvliegeiid
IIl1d nd elections e cUons where the hearings are arerogreaBlng arer05re
rogreaBlng la8 All persons except those thosedirectly thoseIiOCtly e edhECU
directly dhECU interested Jutere ted were kept out of ofthe oCthp oftho
the room though outside the door it ituis Itas itwas
was as impossible almost to maintain a apassageway apauagewa apassageway
passageway through throu h the corridor of o the thecapitol thelalJttol theuapttol
capitol capitolJust lalJttolJu uapttolJust
Just Ju t before the hearing was wa begun beguntoday beguntuday un unday
today day Mr tr Smoot received a telegram telegramfrom teleitamhorn Wiegrainfrom
from Provo Utah stating that his sis stetr ststr sistr
tr Mrs M George S Taylor to tlead eael ad adthe 8iIthfO neV
V the result re of oCan an operation He had no noprevious noJIJtlou nojivious
previous knowledge of her illness 8 and andxhiblted andhlblted andchibited
xhiblted plainly the effect of the sud sudden imdt ¬
4 den n shock
t phockQuestions Questions Competent CompetentYh CompetentWhen I IWhen
I Iord
When Yh l the tb committee wu wa called to toorder toorder
order ord r seven ven senators were present presentChairman preeenthalrman presentt
Chairman t Burrows gave a 0 the ruling on onthe ont onthe
t the questions que tiolUll asked of President Joseph JosephF r I I IF
F Smith relating to the polygamous polygamousuhabitatlon polygamouscohabitation
cohabitation < of George F Teasdale TeasdaleH Tea dRJe I
H Mormon apostle Objections to such suchquestioning suchuestionIng
questioning had been made m de by b the de defon deft tieton4ants j I I
fon ft ton4ants > lants counsel coun l The committee committeeruled j jruled I Iruled
ruled that the testimony bearing upon uponplural uponjdural I
plural marriages mania e of any members of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the twelve apostles of which Mr r Smoot Smootis I
is I one on is competent so tar l a a It relates relatestn relatet I
t tn < > such polygamous poly mou cohabitation since sinceS Blncept sinceSipt
S Sipt pt 21 2 C 1890 the tJ1 date of President PresidentVoodrulT Presldentoodrulrs Presidentwoodritlrs
VoodrulT manifesto withdrawing the theorder Ut UtMd timeord
Md order of the church commanding ronun ndtnK plural pluralmarriage pluraltnarrlAIe pluralmarriages
marriage tnarrlAIeAen marriagesSeiidtur marriageSenator
Senator Aen tQr Devertdge stated that there therehad thfread therebail
had ad been bfof n a misunderstanding as a to tov tohethtr toS
v nether Mr r Smoot was being be tried on onthe ont
the t hp charges Of r polygamy pOly lUnJ and of having havingtaken lisvmntaken
taken an oath incompatible with kit hfenth kitth MSth I
nth th as a a United States senator Now NowIn Nowh
In h said it Is apparent that these theseharges Ulef1eha thesethart
< thart harges ha are not 00 t pending P in this investigation laves lavesligation ¬
tigation t I gt lion I
lionGist Gist of the Whole WholeSenator Who1enator WholeSenator
Senator nator Delwls dissented d ted from the theM thetot I IV
M lenient a t ntent that there had been such a amisunderstanding ainhmunderstandiflg V i irl1
misunderstanding rl1 and 11 said that the thereal therpal theroal
real charge te that Mr rr Smoot Siiio ° t is isnember a autmber aV ajmember
nember of the Mormon lorDI hierarchy hierarchywhich hlftntrchwhkh hIrarchy hIrarchyI V
I which subscribes to vows OW8 In conflict conflictv conflictIth conflictfT
fT v Ith the laws IW80C of t the country and was wasbound WAIl1mnd wastumnd
bound to support such vows vowsFor Yo vowsIor
For the th first time in fifty n years yearsraid yearsfald yearsstld t
raid Mr Duhota Duh the relations of this thisorganization thisr thIsrganization
organization r anlzttlon toward the United States Statesare Stater StatessrI
are r to be b triad triadSenator tttGdiL i ij
iL j Senator nator Pettus made a pretest pretestiain
1 iain snt lnt t the debate between betw en members membersof ombersn1 I
of the commission and Chairman Bur Burrow Burrows ¬
row rows directedair dlrectfti fir Taylor to proceed proceedQuestion proceedQuesUom
1 Question were then directed to asocr asocrtain asoertam I Italn
tain tam Mr Smiths knowledge of the poj po pohgamOU8
Jygamrius marriages marrl S68 of Abraham M MCannon Mrannon Mannfln I I
Cannon rannon annfln ma whether Mr fr Smith had hadj hadliformfl ha haI
j liformfl erformtil the service M nlce uniting Mr MrCann MrCanu r rCanunl
Cann Canunl UII1 p Iill JilHan an Hainlin HatnlinMr HainlinMr
Mr U Smifit mif mith s fJi uil lie had s soon e pn > n nerp nerppaper nptpaper rewpV I
V paper aper report saying JI1ng that tifr blrhad b had done eIonez
i so But he denied the truth of the thestatements thestatements th thsthterneimts i
statements statementsBroke sthterneimtsBroke
Broke the Law Continuously ContinuouslyThen ContinuouslyTien
Then Tien Mr Ir Tayler Ta ler asked a iltimber oC oCquestions ofwhIch o oiuestions
questions which brought out a state stateowu stateIfleJ1t
I IfleJ1t i nent from Mr lr Smith rCg1trding hIs hIsI hhOWfl t
owu position under the laws covering coveringpolygamy coerln coerlnpohgIm
I polygamy He H acknowledged that he hehad hoha ht hthad i
had ha violated Iolatc them continuously since sincethe sincethe sincthemanifostoOf
the themanifostoOf mail manifesto Ifos toof r 1890 and is ready now nowand no noand
and always nlwa s has been ready to face the thelaws thelaws th thlaws i
laws of the land landMr landMr nndIr
Mr Ir Tayler asked nsk d Is cohabitation cohabitationwith cohbltationwlt t
with wlt a plural wife contrary to the therules theruls thmtu1s i ti
rules of o the church churchMr churchotr churchMr
Mr Smith asked and received reeehedpcr reeehedpcrmlaslon per permission permbsIon ¬
mission to make a statement and andthen andthenaltswer then thenanswer I
answer the question l in his hi own way wayHespoke wayHespOke ea eaH V
Hespoke H spoke MtbtIMt Wthgr rtth great flt feeling and direct directnew dlrectnEWI directness
new just the t e reverse of his attitude on onthe onthe om I Ithe
the stand at yesterdays hearing say sayngt
f ngt V VI
J 1re > l recarat c1tat th ie tUB 8 of r polygamy polygamyt i olyga pyg y yattlaet1ine p pat
attlaet1ine at t the time ot lUte the manifesto manf oI I want Uut to tos toy U
s y that after the hearing beforethe beforethemaster before the themaster th thmaster
master of chancery hncer I understood und rstood that thatwe thatwe thawe
we should abstain from rom relations r > with withour 1lthour willour
our plural families and that rule was wasobserved waso wa waobserved
observed o rved up to the time the enabling enablinga
act went Into effect admitting Utaha Utah ai aia I Ia
a state Under that act the only pro prohibition prohthIion ¬ I Ihi1Jltlon
hibition was as that plural marriages marriagesshould marriagesshould marriageshould
should cease Nothing was wa said about aboutcohabitation aboutoh6 aboucohailtatio
cohabitation < oh6 bltatlon > with our wives wivesPlural whesPlurnl
Plural Marriages to Cease CeaseWith CeaseVith
Vith the wives you ou hud married marriedprevious mftrriedpreviou I Iprevious
previous to the manifesto you ou mean meanInterrupted 1 1Interrupted
Interrupted Mr HQar HoarThat HQarThat HQarThat
That is what I mean m > au said Mr MrSmith Ir IrSmith
Smith I understood that plural mar marriages marttRges marrhiges ¬
riages were w > re to SeRse cease and ever since the themanifesto themalllfeto i
manifesto until un tiT the present time there therenever thertrever I
never has been a plural marriage in inthe Inthe ii t
the church performed in accordance accordancewith accordancewith i
with its teachings or with the conniv connivance connivance connivance ¬
ance oC 01 the church And he added addedwith addedwith I Iwith
with greater emphasis I know where whereof whereo whereof ¬
of o I speak speakThen speakThQ
Then In answer to the question questionwhether questionwhether questlorwhether
whether polygamous cohabitation was wasregarded S Sregarded i
regarded by b the church as a contrary to tothe t tthe
the lfiw he answered an weled It was wasContinuing wasCOkUnulng wasCoathtulng
Continuing he said saidThis saidThlt saidThis I
This was the case and is the case casenow caseno oasm10W
now no But I was 1la placed in this posi position po5ltion position ¬
tion said Mr Ir Smith I had a a fum fumiya
iya i plural family faml if you ou please pleasearried I Imarried Imarried I
married m mt my m first wife more than thirty thirtyfight thlrt thlrttlght
fight t years ago and my tn last wife more morethan morethan mormthan
than twenty twent years rs ago By B these wives wivesI w ves vesI
I have had children and I have pre preferred preferred j i
ferred to take my m own chances with I i ithe J I Ithe
the law Ja and suffer any an consequences consequencesthe S Sthe
the law might visit it upon me rather ratherthan ratherth r
than th abandon abandontheee these children cklldrenand and their thoumothers r rr i imothers i
mothers mothersKnew mothersKnew e 1 1Xnew
Knew What He Was Doing DoingI j I
I IIIe have continued to cohabit with withthem wiLlttO3U lth lththem V
them since the manifesto to c X 1890 and ant antthey i ithey
they the have borne me > children since that thattate ti tidate I Idate I
date I wajj wa fully aware of what hat I was wasdoing wa wadoing j
doing I knew kn w I was 8 amenable Ilme able to the thelaw thelaw tlm tlmlaw
law but w I say ay y I preferred to face fac aec r rthat j i
that situation sltult1 n rather than to desert desertthem defl desemthem > tt ttthen
them I have hal not cohabited < With these thesewives th thhs thenwives
wives hs openly or flaunted the fact but butI bu buhave I II
I have acknowledged these wives hs and andchildren andchlJdrett ant F Fchikiren
children as my family The people of o
Utah have regarded tile situation ltuatlonan as a aan
an existing fact act t These e people as 88 a rule rul rularo
are 81 > broad minded and liberal in their r rviews
views and have Aa e condoned the offense i ia
If f offense it Is Israther rather than to interfere interferewith lnt rfere rferewith C Cwith
with my situation a as they found fou it It It t i
has been known what I have been do I Ilng
ing I hare not been
interfered with withnor WIthnor t tnor
nor disturbed In any way wa If i I had
been I was 18 there to answer An wer the charges I
I was wiljiftg to face them and submit submitto t tto
to the penalty pellal whatever whate r it might be i
Mr Smith paused p8u ed for a moment t but hO t
as Mr Tayler prepared prttpar to auk another anotherquestion anotherf4uNtJ r russti
f4uNtJ question ussti n he hQupln again proceeded with hl hlstatement h 4 4
statement ry ryDraws
It s
Draws n Distinqtion DistinqtionYou Distin ion ionYou
You must Jnu t draw dra a distinction djUJleUon bc bcinarrlagcs
tWe unlawthl cohabitation and plural I
marriages lie 11 said The state law in Ii a
regard to the Idttr has been compiled ci
with No marriages have been per ¬
formed wjli wI the th auct1 sanction I approval approvalconsent L
consent knoiVlodge or connivance of o t
th the tthgreh h or Its omclate ol But the th he C
other law 18 AS the one I have presumed prijn S
te U t tHeruaJldftitid dUsragniW find which ae a a I hay haft said I
aanaaajfiytp au tJtiy yto to face rather than disgrace e
Myself or t cftbgzade Aggrade de my family by turn L
lag them 1ftfr offMr off btMr
Mr fr Toyler resumed re his questioning queslto ln
You KaV tta m there is a state law la w forbid ¬
ding din polygamous cohabltlation coh bltlaUon and andin an i V Vou
YOU ou hew bt beem > ell continuing < to violate It I
in utter utt r disregard of the consequence eon r
he asked aakedr
I think I tiav l ae was the answer t
You have paused your plural wivos wivE IV08 ma
to bear n new w ohtldren in violation of the th IC
law you kfl k k1tw V y to < xit xitThat xitTltat
That is correct said Mr 11 Smith
Why have you done so persisted d
Mr ir Taylor TaylerFor TaYIfrFor TaylorFor V i
For the > reusun I have bu told your JoufOftrrpd i iInferred Ti Tiprfrrrd
Inferred fOftrrpd to face the law uw I could Aift AiftroaIMued ncJt ncJtOntlHucd p itI
OntlHucd < T otMued on Tape 2 J
Flames Swept Over the Plains Plainsof
of Kansas and Oklahoma OklahomaFANNED OklahomaI OklahomaFANNED
4 4NY r
QPKKA Kan March JNumeroo JNumerooreIorts Numerousreports Numerous NumerousI
I rOPEKA I rej reports > orts are coming CO comunIn It in from l romn pt Kansas Kansasfrom IF8a8 IF8a8counties lnsascounties
I counties teUtlC teWz gt t hY lOaltes lOaltesfrom 10550from
from last nights He Jt 3r JriJMS J almost t every ever
instance the tires were iauSBn by y poo poople poopIe p ppie
pIe burning burnln stubble and nn pasture l stil1e land I nd
The high wind coma ujlfpeetedly U tedl and andtime undthe
the tires were be ljeyutrol trol Init In a Short Shorttinie
time iTi
timeMany V VMany
Many narrow esfMi fiom p ithtth Jit4t < < are arereported le leI arereported
I reported but so JJi1p Mi fjs a krjdwn kQ wn only one oneperson onepH80n oneperson
person Frank M I Qw gr w Of Of Bird City
was burned to qsm 4atb 9 BtInmt is ismade J Jmade ismade
made ot the th t aggregate dawfcge dant ge butit but it
is very 1 high highAround highAround highAround
Around Salina eight fires t were burn buruat
ins at practically the sane time The
damage there will m be about 10ttO 10ttOPeople iO iOPeople OO
People Foufht Fou Pouht ht Desperately
It took the th inost Jt98 desperate = effort 911 tpjmthe
the part of ofG Gypsum I um City tty people p papl Qple to pre prevent Ir Irvent lirevent ¬
vent the tot from tmrnink buriit len lenwomen reltomen lettwomen
women omen and andclitldren children folitrTitt1 fbugfit fo gllt llu v ifre tfr f for fortour forfour or
four hours hoursGreat hourGrEat V
Great damage tp t frm 4cm buildups butld buIldingsstock buildupsslock s sstock
stock and grain ift t reported r rttoJ fraU Cul Culver Culer Culver ¬
ver er Lincoln ColbartJmQuette Colbatt Malquette Kite Kiteworth En Enworth Ellsworth >
worth Kanoupils Ora Qra1jn fttri 321ns mn Rus Russell UusMell Hrm Hrmsell ¬
sell Lakin Hill flfl11ty City clt Cohcqrdla and andother andother andother
other placesAt pl places ces cesAt V VAt
At DeeVfleld De rteld seven seven miles from Lakiu Lakiuthe Lttkiuthe Lakuthe
the school children chlldr n were were kent ke t in the theschool the8Cboo theschool
school building until untilafter after 9 oclock ut utnight utnight atnight
night until all 11 danger had passed JpussedAt passedAt
At Hill City the people rushed to the theSolomon theSolomon theSolomon
Solomon river to escape the lire lIrefatalities No Nofatalities Nofatalities
fatalities resulted resultedIn re ultfd ultfdIn V VIn
In Lincoln county cout the th fire cut a aswath asath aswath
swath two miles widr de and ten miles mliltllong mileslong mileslong
long Similar reports are receiycd recely d from fromother fromother frunother
other countiae countl countlMoat v vMost V
Most of the fires fi burned out during
the night J JLOSS V
People Were Unable Unableto to Escape the theFlames theFlames theFlames
Flames in Oklahoma OklahomaGuthrie OklaIionlnGuthrie OklahomaGuthrie
Guthrie Qkla March 3 3A A dispatch dispatchfrom t1lspatdlfrom Ilspatcitfrom
from Lawton gives a partial list of ofthose o othose ofthose
those who lost lo t their lives in the prai prairie Irirle pralne ¬
rie ne fiN and those who ho were w re injured as asfollows UfolloI1 asfollows
follows followsDr folloI1Dr followsDr
Dr Harraond liVink f i k six miles north northeast 110rthCIIPt northeast ¬
east of Lawton La ton burned Qurn d to a crisp
Jack Harmond cannot live liveA UeA liveA
A N Crawford Cl wfold near Lawtqn LnwtOJbadly badly
burned may ma prove serious seriousMrs eerloJ1Slrs seriousMrs
Mrs lrs Henderson widow wldo living three threet threeml1 threemiles
ml1 miles > s from Lawton an ant two daughters daughtersserious daughtersseriously
t seriously serious burned one cannot live liveA neA liveA
A S Strickland slightly burned burnedR
R E Trosper slight injuries injuriesThe InjuriesThe injuriesThe
The report says that more fatalities fatalitiesare
are expected as the reports from some somedistricts somedlstrlts somedistricts
districts are ar meager It tells of many manynarrow man mannarrow manynarrow
narrow escapes e < ape of whole Wlol families in Inthelrl1lgbt i
their thelrl1lgbt night clothes fieetngtom fleeing from their theirbuaniftg UWirbunlftg thOIrbusnitag
buaniftg homes hornmraJ1ft h mewai anil terring MvtnJthe1 MvtnJthe1and lsvIngthiioc lsvIngthiiocand tn tnand tesUick
and property pro rty to 90 up in I smoke smokeAnother smokeAnother smokeSAnother
Another death s reported from Law Lawton Lawton Lawon
ton t on that of a boy who wh whose charred body bodywas bed bodWAS >
was found on the prairie a few miles milesfrom mtlellfrom
from that place so disfigured l1sft gu red a an to tomake tomake tomake
make identification impossible Imp08lbleDRIVEN impossibleDThIVBNRY j jDRIVEH
Flames Swept Over the Country With WithFearful WithFearful
Fearful Velocity VelocityOklahoma VelocityOklahoma VelocityOklahoma
Oklahoma City March 8 IThe The fire firewas fireWag firewas
was started near the Wichita mouiv mouivtains mourtalnfl inourln
tains t ln in the military reserve reeervp and an < dur during durIng durng ¬
ing i ng the afternoon had h d gained such suchheadway suhhe8c1a suchheadway
headway thut when it crossed into the thesettled theettled theettled
ettled s country it could not be checked checkedAt chtCkedAt
At 10 oclock the wind suddenly shift shifted shifted shiftd ¬
ed e et d and a fearful gale pl swept swt > pt down from fromthe fromhe
the t he north with Ith the velocity of a hurri hurricane hurricane hurtiane ¬ I
cane c ane In a few fe minutes the lh country count countfor countryor
for or mile was in an atmosphere of ofstilling ofstUllnJ oftilling
stilling s smoke and blinding sand as the thellames t1t t1tnames thelames
names f fs mad with the fury ury of the wind windswept windswept windwept
swept s down upon the settled country countryand count countand countryand
and towns to the gouth ffOuthHomes outh Homes were werehurriedly werehurriedly ere erehurrledl
hurriedly abandoned by settlers aett1e and andstock andstock andtock
stock s turned loose while all sought soughtsafety soughtsafety soughtmfety
safety in flight Some unable to es escape escape encape ¬
cape wore burned to death but how howmany ho homan
many man will not be known until the theburned theburned
burned district Is explored by b relief reliefparties reliefJftrtles
parties which have been sent out from fromLawton fromLawton
Lawton Hobart Fort FortSm Sill and Ana Anadarko Anadarko
darko darkoDr I IDr
Dr Harmond whoso body was 5 found foundin foundIn
in i n a barn Was caught While trying tryl 4 to tosave toSRe tove
save ve his hqr hQrte hQrteLawton e eLawton
Lawton vy as s in the path of the fire fireand fireand
and as soon 50011 as the danger d nger was known known2OOO I
2000 men placed themselves under dl I IrecUon Irection
rection of the fire department for pro protertion
tectlon of th the city By dint of heroic heroiceffort
effort the town was saved For many manymiles manymll manymiles I
miles mll s not a house h se is isietstand1ig left atsttlndi standing while whilereports I Ireport9 >
reports from Lawton state that t at the themagnitude j
magnitude of r the calamity calamll increases InM ses as asdetails asdetails I V
details arrive More than 1000 people peopleare
are homeless and penniless pennll and undmany undmanyare many manyare manyare
are in need n of medical c attention attentionTIRED attentlbnc attentlbnTIRED attentiOnTlRED I
V I Irado I IRumor
Rumor That the Southe Southern Southeqi rj Colo Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado Trouble Will Soon SoonBe 5 SoonBeSettled on l lMm V
Be BeSettled BeSettledDenier Settled SettledDenver t
re I Itoday
Denver March 3 A reurt was w current currenttoday currenttoday rrent
today that the strike of if Ml I miners mlne in inthe inthe I Ithe
the southern thern Colorado field fl ld was Ma about to tobe tobe i
be settled It lia has l been n impossible to toconfirm toeonfjni
confirm the rumor r and the cahfllctlnic cahfllctlnicopinion cobflftlnopinion cohfl1ctinopinion 1
opinion prevailing preYlU In the district te teshown IIIn isShown
shown n In a dlsjwleh to the News = ew which whichsay whichHarry
say II IIHarr
sayHarry Harry Harr BoqflOeld Clelcl who no to In charge c r of ofthe oft
the t he strike in h hrthe the fljwenee of Executive ExecutiveCommitreeman EceeuttveeommIUIIUUS ExecuUveCommitteelfli V
Commitreeman FuMey l at ledfanapolte ledfanapoltetut JlIdf lsdsnpoitssateii naP
tut sateii tetl K that the th fijlk Ik e Hv saver r Will be becalled becall becalled
called call off Willing WtllhtiU Ward Vardjehn john a union unionleader unionIoder unionlender ft11
leader also aJ aJIt says saysIt
It is not wtthijp our pow wer r to call calloff callor calloff
off or the strike aid if ttlt II it fe Ewtr s ear called calledoff ailedof cailmiiofr
off of It will be br b those who w brought it itihnut Itahout Itihout
ihnut By H this tIt I mean the miners them themlvt themel themfl themfleslv
el eslv lvt > H who went w bit ItJltrllu strike atttilr ft r taking takinga
a vote un tk the ifuMtlon ifuMtlonSecretary quttonSecretary liin Uon UonSecret
Secretary Secret Secretary r lhl Ktthta of the th Sports local localunion locaJunlOD localunion
union UMlted TJt tea iLI iMk Workers Werke of America Americasaid AmericaId rnermcs
said Id today to ay h he tbvtfght tb ght httbe5t tile st steike k would wouldt wouJdhe V
t he b > e sailed II Ued d off siMHlcV esa > A delwjjitlon deIt ipttlnn of union unionrabien unton1It unionmhers
rabien 1It from Baislfcan cane te 1 TrinUail and andasked andasked mindasked
asked that the ti1kt Bke ke be elelltlon e ft qebeed e Jaea f4 off so sothey HIthey sotimey
they could co 0 to work Yor Several wral officers officersof
Qf district dl trlct fi tir l L UnfifMl f Mine IDf Workers of oCAmfrla ofAmerta
America lx believe H v < It ths strike wiU i1L1Ie j called eaUedof cUeUoff i ioff
off as also dp bU11d hutodrvd d of miners minersIt
It Is believed b > lI vei1 that ttte strike cannot be berailed berelied I Ir
railed r lled off unl unless President > nt John Mitchell Mitchellof
of the United Mine Workers W orker of Americagives Ame America Ameejeagives
gives 11 l Ills consent consentrOTTR 00 1
4 + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + t tPOUB + + + + +
+ FOUR AT A ATIJrIE ATIJrIEChlcae 4 TINE TINEChicago + A AChicago
+ +
+ Chicago March 3 3A Ar dtepatch dtepatchf dh atch atchto +
f to the Chronicle C tOJUcJe from rout iouisvllle + A Ar
4 r Kj says ItflyrIrs saysMrs J +
4 Mrs Irs Laura IU Wyman WmaqWIfe wrlf wife of one oneof oneof + f fof I
+ of the Iaygot landowhtfa undowns n in cen central + f ff
4 f tral Kentucky sian ms as given ril n1hth birth to toc1uadruPlet +
+ ciimdrupieto Mr Wynj WWiIi F1Umh n Jminedl IIfltfldlately medl medlate1y + 4 I
+ 4 ately iHinwd Imedftt1m Lfttm Grover Gr r Cleve Cleveland +
4 land WymflW Fy Jt Maroy lr nr r9Wt JjanniuWy t1nnn ry ryman 4 4 4man I
+ man Thaod TheodUro ro J BaJ JnqnMnlyipan ltlVfeman 4s t 1
i and WllU WIlllet flli r Brytfit A h ml1T riiT The Tuelast 4 +
+ last is a fl girl 4 4 1
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + i
i V
Court of Cassation Begins B gins Consideration of the Application ApplicationFor App ication
V For Another Trial Tr Triatinilocence ialInnoce Innocence e of the Captain CaptainClearly CaptainClearly CaptainClearly
Clearly Established
Paris March rarehThc aic 3 Tie court of casHa1 casHa1vision CA854v1tIon esssa0 esssa0kmn
tIon t kmn b beJan n1od toda to ednldatf1tipn Ulfdf Jpn o of t1 th thvinlon e eOnO
OnO I l1 UIitot UIitotvl
vision vl on of orUta IHs tIftl t Iat C6uncIIIor cti C nclilor Chainberaud chainberaud Chain Chainberaud
beraud presided prC8ldea TttbugH TlibUglfthegeneral TlibUglfthegeneralInttrest the general generalInterest generalnterest
Interest i in the case was not as groat groatas
as a s in previous years eals yet the courtroom courtroomwas 01l1troomwas
was crowded with officers soldiers oldi and andlawyers andnntI andkwyers
lawyers > and a number of womenam womenamong women womenamong
among am ng whom were relatives of Drey DreyfiiK Dreyfus
fiiK By their side ide was former Colonel ColonelPicquart ColonelPiequart ColonelPicquart
Picquart Dreyfus was asnot not present his hisInterests hIsJnter hisnterests
Interests Jnter i > stR being b lng in the hands of Lawyer LawyerMornard Lawyerof LawyerMornard
Mornard of or nard The report of M 1 Brier re reporter report reporter ¬
porter port r of the court which was read
presented the two naw It nu v facts moonwhich moon uQOnWI1iCh unonwhieh v vDocument
which the t D1h J5 jJ nt 6 1f itfmcvia1it YJtl1 YJtl1mrrtlnd
mrrtlnd d 11fO1 mcvia1it ilt i d1 tItdettd tItdettdV Cfk
Wt ftttih tIfttJ tIfttJDocume
V Document Was Altered AlteredOne AlteredOnt AlteredOntTlie
One OntTlie The secret documents include a
letter lett r bearing the initial D Do Now 0 by byan b bun byan
an aflidavlt of Oct C 1 1903 signed I ned by
M Gribelin keeper of the archives it itappears Ituppears itappears
appears that this document docum nt previously previouslycarried prevIouslycarried previouslycarried
carried theletter T For this latter latterwas latterwas I Iwas
was substituted a D and thus the al altered 1 1tered ¬ I Itered
tered document was presented to the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court at Rennes RennesAccording RenneAccording I IAccording
According to the minister of justice I
Fifteen Killed Fifteen Injured and Three Persons PersonslUissing PersonslUissingAs Missing AlissingAs I
As a Result of oftlie the Collapse e oft the New NewYork NewYork
York YorkJpartment Apartment House I
RI EW YORK March JArChThere S There are flf flftcea nct fifdead
NEW N I tcea t < dead fifteen known to have havebeen havebeelt havebeealnjured
been beealnjured injured and three persons perro are arereported aroreportett areeported
reported r missing as the result re ult of the th col collapse colapse 01 01laC ¬
lapse l apse of o the unfinished Darlington apart apartment apartment apartnent ¬
ment r hotel building on West Fortysixth Fortysixthstreet Forty Fortyclithtreet lxth lxthstreet
street s yesterday and of the resultant in inJury Injur inury
Jury jur J ury to the Patterson Pattt > N1On hotel directly in inthe Inthe Inhe
the t he rear of the collapsed building
The search for the dead de d among the thetwisted theernalT thewisted
t twisted Iron girders Irders and masses ot stona stonacontinued stonaontinued to towreeklng
ernalT is gt
continued c ali all last night and today A Awrecking Awrecking
wrecking force is now at work and is isaided Isaided isaided
aided in its efforts by a steam derrick derrickMany derrlclr derrickMany
Many r th large g arc lights lfhtti have U been een oreC erected erectedover erectedver 3 3beams
over o ver the mass of twisted t timbers t and andbeams andeams
beams b eams and operations op ratlon8 will gO on through throughout throughout ¬
out the night Four bodies were in sight sightlate sight10te
late l ate tonight tonlJlJ t but much workwill still be berequired bcrequired beequired V
required r to reach thorn thornThe thornThe themThe
The body bod uf Frank AJlison brother of ofEugene otEuJene ofDugsne
Eugene Allleon Ulecm president of the Allison
Realty flesh > company was n as taken from the theruins theruins
ruins ndn tonight Allison AJU on is supposed tmpJ06 t1 to have
been on the ninth flour of the building at
the th time tlm > oC the disaster The body was I
found against the waJl l of the dwelling to
the west It was vasborr1bly norrlbly norrlbl mangled and andwas andwas
was in A network of 0 iron girders
I In a pocket of his coat was as found a let I
I tor written wrlttenCoroner Coroner Seholor says bv Miss fI11 fI11I
Amy L Marquitz of St Louis The cor coroner coroner ¬ I
oner said that the letter indicated that thatthe thllttbe thatthe
I the couple were to have been married and
thnt they intended to reside in San Fran Francisco Jrancisco Francisco ¬
cisco ciscoAllison cisco1IIson
Allison 1IIson was an expert Cxpf > rt gunner V In the
United States navy serving crvln in the Span ¬
ishAmerican war He returned from the
Philippines only a few months ago agoCoroners agoCoroners agoCoroners
Coroners Investigation InvestigationDistrict InvestigationDistrIct InvestigationDistrict
District Attorney Jerome TeromeCoroncr Coroner
Scholer and officials of the building de department department doparimont ¬
partment began an investigation today todayand I Iand
and will s St seek ek < k to place the responsibility
1 1llMITUA5
Denver March 3 3Goer 3Goverpor Governor or Peabody Penbod said today toda that although Tel
lurlde Is still un under < lor martial law the military authorities were not notresponsible notreSponsible notreponslble
responsible for the pillorying of Harry Harr > Maki a striking strlklmunIon union miner minerwho mlnerwho minerwho
who was kept I ept chained to or a telegraph pole pol for an hour and a a half be becausS becau6 becau4
causS cau6 he refused to work In the chain gang after having beenconvicted beenconvictedof been convicted convictedof
of vagrancy vagrancyWillard agraneyVillard V V
Willard Runnells A deputy sheriff is said to have chained Maid to
the pole No report has yet been received from Attorney Attorn e E F Rich Richardson Richardson Richaiilson ¬
ardson who has beoirsantto be been Oil mat to Telluride by the officers of the Western estern
Federation of Miners to Investigate this case W V D DH Haywood W90dseCre W90dseCretar secre secretary secretar ¬
tary tar > of the federation sent the toll following owinG telegram to the Telluride Tellurideunion Tellurideunion
union unionSuffer unionSuffer unionV V
V Suffer no more abuses If you cannot cann t get relief through the courts courtsyou courtsyou courtsyou I
you still have left the pawer of selfdefense selfdefenseCHICAGO selfdefenseCHICAGO selfdefenseCHICAGO
OifcagOi rag Tvftltch 1 1cl1a TTAfter ter paying payingjot Ia Iajor fjor
jor WUUani V Jillaiti Bell < rnorb more oroth Uhfih thkn 4WifiOp IQOO 000 as asInterest asIntereSt s sInterest
Interest on nn a a iQaji lQqnJ loan o oQoo J400 4 QQ for r1Q quj qujyears ur uryeara r rYean
years Charles E Ran RanJI a i r rt real l estate estatedealer est estatedealer te teeoler
dealer wanted to o call oaUtheidoolofI oaUtheidoolofITo the thosloal thosloalTo daal off offTo
To his surprise he found that Major MajorBell 1IajQrBell MajorBell
Bell still held his checks tor 101960 101960none 7950 7950none I9Onone
none of which whl h had been presented pr l1ted l1tedthe Vt Vtthe b bthebank
the thebank bank bankJudge bankJudge V VJudge
Judge Kavanaugh KaJlnau h has ordered that thata thatdecree
a decree be entered compelling cornpolllnthc thc re return re return return ¬
turn of the security and cheeks but buthas buthas buthas
has denied the petition petit on for tho return returnof returnof
of excess exe s interest interestOn InlerestOn interestOn
On the last day da of December 1S95 1S95Charles IS9 IS9Charles
Charles E Rand borrowed 1000 1100 O frpm frpmMayor f frprnMayor pnl pnlMayor
Mayor William W V Bell B ll father pf f til tilHan LIllllw UIlien
Han Bell the author an andoiLc and t gpvc gpvccheck ayc hfe hfecheck htcheek
check for WOCO 1OGO and took Major Bens Bensfor Benstor Boilsfor
for 857 The former check che Ck ivan wa n not notto 0 I
to be presented ab abthE the bank baiiinILjU baiiinILjUexpiration ntl jU jUoXlllmtlon th
of rfne ne woaK wool bait8 Bftl Bftltime BltItrdtliit h 1t t1
time elapsed e1ap ed he found he woulu w wullbiThi wullbiThiable ul E Eable
able to pay the check ch lt and told Major MajorV
Bell so The latter latt r loaned him um another anotherehacK anothelch anothercheck
check ch ct for 857 for foroxtefr riiafor J for l00fi good goodonwbek od odoneMVeek odoneeek
oneMVeek later Wlthi < lth tllthS the 4WfF 1 secured securedon ectiredQti V VVon
on Qti Afajor Bells B Us checkfor che check for GST anQ 4t 4tfrom 48 48cheek 4 4from
from hl80wn his own pocket he lC paid hIs first rs
cheek for itOOO 100h As Asilie the fj dny arr tveek tveekmonths WeekS WeekSmouths Week5months
months and years ea18 went along Mr 11
Rand still found t und himself unable to close closeup closeup closeIll
Ill up the deal dealV
V Ban Tip Rapidly EapidlyThe
The amount of interest rated at t 43 43each 13earh 1I 1Ieach
each week for each 1000 ran up so sorapidly sorapdly asrapdIy
rapidly that soon he was borrowing borrowingmore borrowIngmore betrowingmore
more than 4000 and he swore in court courtthat courtthat cornithat
that this was about the tl e average during
the four years his dealings with Mr MrBell MrBoll MrBoll
Boll lasted lastedIn lastedIn lastedIn
In 1S9S Mr Rand made a new ar arrangement arrangement atrangement ¬
rangement with Major Bell whereby whcrebJlIschncks
hjschacks for 1000 each were to be bediscounted bediscounted b bdiscounted
discounted by b Major Bell at the rate rateof rnteof railot
of a day da interest for each 1QOOQJlb 1QOO 1QOOmu
QJlb In Jari1 Sarniitry rY1900J 1900 Mr Rand ar ik
tafli he wa l lnformet tQrroetlthnt thtt MnjQr rn Qr 1sl jlt L
J1 hnw mu lheek iceks signed 1n d by him 1dm which had hadnot had11t haLhut t
not yet been presented to the bank
I I another letter signed Alexandrine AlexandrineI
I I with which Agent A addressed dd to Agent AgentB t
I B contained c some words wor s1n Jn the hand handj haDdTIUng
j writing of the late Lieutenant Colonel ColonelHenry ColonelH ColonelHenry handI I
Henry H nry who wh committed suicide in pris prison prlsonafter prison ¬
on onafter after having confessed to commit committing committing committing ¬
ting a forgery in the case This letter letterrelates letterrelates ietteirelates
relates to the organization of French Frenchrailroads FrenchraBroads t trailroads
railroads M 1 Grlbelin swore during tho thoinquiry thoInqulTJ I Iinquiry
inquiry of the minister of war that this thisletter th thletter thu m mletter
letter was false It was true Voypy however howeverthat howeverthat V Vthat
that the date of this document was wasMarch 8 8Iflrch I IMarch
March 28 18W 1Si when Dreyfus DJEf S was im imprisoned bn bnprlaoned ¬
prisoned on Devils DeYlls island islandHenrys isla Ishsidflenrs d dlIenr
Henrys flenrs Duplicity sDup1ioityThe DuplicityThe
The exfetancfe 01 a tatftor t in V VFrench the theTrench r
Trench wa w waooftlce onlc oft1ee wareFeaIed wIorev by bya1i an analleged j 1 1alleged
alleged a1i foreign diplomat diPlon1 who ho a aet tf
without compensation co JpensotionI1iJsnow isis now claimed claimedthat claimedthat clahaetthat
that Lieutenant Colonel Henry in 1891 1891aus 189 189caused
caused aus d a book bo k of expenditures ex ndlture5 to be re recopied rccopIed recopied
copied in order to remove lemove all traces tracesof tracetof
of payments pa ments to this diplomat who it ithas Ithas 1 I Ihas
has developed was an employe of the theintelligence i iintelligence I
intelligence department departmentIt >
It was claimed cl by tinise Ui e present in incourt Incourt Ii I Icourt
court that If the new Sheets were ac acknowledged acknowledged acItnowledged ¬
knowledged by b the tribunal tr1 unAl the inno innocence Innscence ¬
cence of Dreyfus Dre fuR would be established establishedfor
for the Ul disaster dl ter The T1tecor coroner iner said 5 he hehad
had issued warrant for Bugene ugene Alit Allison AlIiOn Aliteon ¬
son presumably Charles lh8rl IIn R l Allison AIJI n of ot r
the Allison Realt Realty compaay and also for L
Paul Schandtner Sch udtner of PoJ Schwandt Schwandtner
tier nero the th Iron work contractors Schwandt Schwandtner
nero Coroner Scholer Schol said had disap ¬
peared Mr Ir Allison he explained is issick Issick it itsick
sick in bed at his home with nervous nervouliprotttratJon nervousprostration t tprostradon
prostration and that H lawyer represent rel reSPtlt ¬
big Mr 11 Allison assured as urPd him that owing owln
to his clients cUf > nj > condition tondltlonji j a would be im impossible IntpofSible letpossible ¬
possible to give him ma q t t th the present pr nt I
time timeAmong 5 5for
Among other warrentalseed arranti ued are two
for William W V OHeaChief ODea i Shlef ef architect t
for Bogge Neville and andIrrederick Frederick Mohn Mohnan Mohitan 10011an
an iron worker foreman hfor for Pole > oIe It
Schwandtner tner Mohn howeWr r may IDa be b
among amon the dead deadShirley deadV
V Shirley Shirl e Greene says saJShbr his brother ot1er William Wllfla S
R Greene 6 t1I 1 years fars old oI4t a foreman on oncement onCfment oi oicement
cement and fireproof vrwrk for the ROb
Hng IIn company had not M b li seen enor or heard h > rd 1
from slnoe yesterday and te autJHed upi uppueett > oeed to ii i
have perished perishedXew perlsh perishedNew d dXew
Xew York March MazchlShortly Iarch1Sh 1 Shortly rt1y after afteroclock 2 2oclock 4 4oclock
oclock this morning the th sergeant sergesnt of ofpolice ofpollee o Vt Vtpolice
police in charge of the ruins rurnslelephonecl telephoned t
for an ambulance saying sayln a man had hat ti
been found there who was 8S still alive aliveThe aliveThE aliveThe
The man found alive was later taken takenfrom takeltfrc C
from frc > m the wreckage He h bd d been under underthe underthe undo r rthe
the ruins about thirty hours Stimu ¬
lants were were administered ed hypo hypodermically h hypedermicehiy po
dermically and he was removed > to toFlower toFlower t 0
Flower hospital hospitalAmounting hospitalhrnountin
Amounting hrnountin to 7950 9 anW avkthat l that t at Major r
Bell also hehj h ld notes aigttfMl fih tJtd = by Rand Randahd t tahd
ahd his father for SO SOM SOMeU SOehI L LBell
Bell eU declln deollIlt to oalljpie call Ple deal c1 off 0 it itis ItIs I t tIs
is said excepT by giving giv1i Rand 10 SO O and andcollecting andccllectlns ant 1 1collecting
collecting t tit money represented by h y
I the 11 notes tes for fOrSOOO 000 This Rand would wouldnot wCMklnot womijinot
not agree to and as a result lt he im immediately Immed isomediately ¬
mediately med tely petitioned p tt ned the tbecolIt cotgt to issue issuean ISIIUan C Can
an injunction restraining r trainlng Major Bell Bellfrom Benfrom IL ILfrom
from collecting coUecUn the notes or from dls disposing dlsposlnb dlsposing ¬
posing of the t e checks checksWILL chec1WILL
Chicago ChicagoMlan Man Trying to Reach Reachthe Readthe
the Bedside of ofa a aDyi Dying DyingRelative DyingV g gRelative I
V V Relative RelativeTopeka RelativeTo ReIativeTopeka
Topeka To > eka Kan r March 3 3Cbarles 3CbarlesSpalCUng Charles CharlesSpalding S SSpaltiung
Spalding cute on of the firjjof fir DC Spaldtngi SpaldtngiBros Spektlng SpektlngBrosthe 6 6Bros
Bros Brosthe the CWpaso Ch ago spdrtlifE sp sp6rthg r h goods men menpassnd I Ipassed j jpassed
passed through Uuo throtzghpTopoki gJv ITdpaka Topek8at a at < 5 520 2O 0 this thisnjornin thisJ1Ornms thJ S Smorning
morning on onA ar a nta nt t JBe special train trainconsisting trainconsisting trat it itconsisting
consisting of VP1lfl ft Ppllman ajjd one coach coachen COft h hn I Ien
en n route ro t ffm bMeIeeotbSan m tBijiIc l lc toroS goToSan n Antonio AntonioTex AntonioTex Ant nh nhTex
Tex TexBe V VHe
He startea s art a fro from ro iChicago Chlc at t4 4 oclock oclockUrednesday oclockTedneSd It Itredneeday
Urednesday TedneSd yamnwon afternoon and reached reachedKansas reachedKansas d dKansas
Kansas City Ci Jlt4oelOI at4eloskahin at oJeloek C this hk morning morningHe morn mornHe mornle f fHe
He left Kansas City CIWAt at 41S and ar arrived arrived atrived ¬
rived at Hmporia at GetS > a run of 10 10miles lOmiles 1 O OmIles
miles in 196 11 minutes minutesMr U 1utee 1utee1Ir yn1nuteeMr
Mr Spalding Was as called ca 1ed to San An Antonio Antonio I Itonio ¬
tonio by thjj tl Serious rlous Illness of a rela relative L Ltive ¬
tive It is I expected hat his special specialwill peclalw111 L Lvill
will break all V records for Cast time tim iC
between Chicago Cb1 arg and San Antonio AntonioThe AntonioThe Aton1oThc
The special le reached 11ed Purcell Pur lI 1 T Tat Tat r rat
at 1215 tqday and will arrive at San SanAntonio Sanntonlo Sa n nAntonio
Antonio late tonight or early Friday Fridaymorning FrldaymorItlng FtIda l lmorrdng
morning morningKOOSEyELT V VV
Shelbyillcf Ind MarchS Marcl 3The The Re Republican I Ipublican ¬
publican QOJivenyjm qQzterij4ot of ttzth ixth In Indiana Jr t tdiana ¬
diana dlsXatotPQg QJtntmttid Con CongiresHnian or 1 1nd
giresHnian pJ aSffiMrX tivoff and nd in instructea ix ixstrueted
structea tlfe tlni Sel iates for President PresidentRoosevelt PresidetRoosevelt
Roosevelt V I
Congressman Scott Acknowl Acknowledged Acknowledged
V edged That He Lied LiedLETTER liedLETTER
I I tASHIXGTON March a IIA In the thohouse thehoue therv
WASFIINGTON rv house today Mr r Webb eb N C Ccatting Ccamnr
V catting att at attestoa MioR oa to t the statenaevt statenaevtmade atateJDetatmade statemeetmade
made a few day Ita days ago o W MJT ao Scott ScottKan s ott1an
Kan Kanj that a negro ta mil h 4tne4jR dInes lit Ia the theWhite thehle theWhite
White hle House while Mr Cleveland Juacl waspresident waspresident was waspresident
president announced that Jpe had writ written writt ¬
ten t n ii the former prudent Pdeftt PPSeldOtild4Ug jendtag him hUnan himtD himan
an extract from q Ute Recerdattd Record Dd ask ask1Bf ¬
lag if the statements made de Vb hj > Mr Mrt
Scott t were true trueThte trueTIt trueThis
This TIt morning he saM I xeeelved l ze elved ved
the following reply which Jteread JtereadamIci he read readamid
amid applause e on the Democwtlc Demoelftlc side sideas sideas
as follows
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Clevelands Letter LetterPrinceton LetterJPrlnceton
Princeton March 2 1W MIRon Hon E EV
W Webb House of o Representatives Rep ntattYe V
Dear Sir It is a matter of o ameLll nmll con concem concent concern
cent to me that a Mr Seotlifibae SeOt seen seenfitto seen1It
1It fitto t8 see ee my name e in a dtealay dls 1ayor of his hisevil blse V
V evil e n propensities PlOpen ltte on the flobr r of toe tbe L
house ot Q representatives representativesIn 1 1In
In answer an r to your faiquiry flaClub7however however VV V
I have to say of hfe statement that thecolored the thecolored
colored man C H J Taylor totfk I
lunch with me at the White House Housethat Housethat
that it is a deliberate tk falsification out outof outor outof
of the whole cloth clothAs clothfar
As far as Mr Taylor Is concerned concernedV
I understand prior to his appointment appointmentas V
as register of deeds at atW Washington Washingtonthat hingtonthat
that he h ha had served rved as an aeefetant a in inthe Inthe
the office of the city attorney at Kan Kansas Kansa KanV ¬
San sa City Clt His nomination as register registerwas re ster steras V
was as confirmed by the senate and he heserved heserved
served in that place with Intelligence Intelligenceand Jn UI 8DCe 8DCeand
and with efficiency He has since died diedSome diedSome
Some people restrain themselves thtm elea from fromabusing troJllabumng
abusing the dead deadScott deadScott
Scott Denounoed DenouncedMy DenounoeduIy
My inquiries concerning Mr Tay Ta Talor ¬
lor before his appointment my obser observation obseratlon obserration ¬
ration of him during durin his incumbency incumbencyand IBCumbencand
and the little I hava known of f him himsince hImsince
since convince me Chat his character characteris
is very unjustly attacked in the din diatribe ¬
tribe of Mr Scott One charge is made madeagainst madeagainst
against Mr 11 Taylor by b Mr Ir Scott which whichdeclares whlcbe V
be h e doubly clinches with 1th truth lVbenhe when he I
declares He was as a a black bla k negro Be ro I Iam Iam
am led however to doubt his h famil familiarity famllIarlty ¬
iarity l with his subject when he adds addsAs addsAs
As black as you ever er saw sawYoun saWY
Yours Y oun very truly trulyGROVER 1rulyGROVER
Sir Webb said he wanted this denjal
to travel that the statement 8tat lUent of Mr jirott
Scott ott be overtaken overtakenMr overtakenhMr
hMr Mr Cleveland was a friend fr1e of the thenegro tHenegro thenegro V
negro but not a fool friend riend said Mr MrWebb MrYe
Webb Ye b He never by bywoed word or actionncol action actionencouraged
encouraged ncol ed the dream df soefel nuality
in i n tt the breast 1a oftl bftlJ bftj VbiaC3f Waekgnitar WaekgnitarThis k V
This Tt was U greeted with Ith applause byn b
the tlz Democrats DemocratsScottsApQlqgy V V J
Scotts ScottsApQlqgy ScottsApQlqgytn vApalqgy apPJRU8ebJ 1
Akht tn R heedld Jre the
friend 1 of the colored d man m V bathe bataeW1UJ wac wacateo
ateo Ute friend of the southern white whiteman whiteman hite
man and sympathized with us usIn S in our ourrace ourrace ourV
race problems and race burden burd l1f and andthat andtht V I
that sir is more than Mr Roosevelt Rooseveltseems Rooeeveltse V Vneeras
seems se ms ever to have done doneMr doneIr doneMr
Mr Scott said he accepted the state statement statent statemont ¬
mont nt of Mr 11 Cleveland Clf > yeland as trine and andmade andmade andmade
made apolog > to the former president Ident V Vlit
In justice to himself elf said sa id Mr Scott Scottthe
the statement had never been denied deniedMr
Mr Swanson Va asked Mr Scott Scottwhere ScottMrc
where here he had heard the report to towhich towhich I
which Mr Scott replied that he had hadseen hadseen hadseett
seen the statement in newspapers Mr MrSwanson V
Swanson asked ask d further fora for a copy cop of a anewspaper allwspaper anewspaper
newspaper containing the statement statementMr t8tementMr
Mr Scott explained that these state statements ¬ I
ments were made several verKl years yea ago aoand agoand I Iand
and the papers p r8 might not be easily pro procured procured ¬
cured He said that lie b had made madef1I fall fallapology fIlapology I
apology to Mr Cleveland Mr Scott Scottadded Se6ttAdded
added that he bad brought to Mr MrCleveland MrCleveland
Cleveland for the first time in four fouryears fOttrYtar5 V Vyears
years applause from the t11 Democratic Democraticside
side Idf > This was as loudly applauded upon uponthe UPoD UPoDthe uoe I Ithe
the majority side of the chamber chamberSocial chamberSocial bamlterSocial
Social Equality EqualityMr
Mr Ir William tile minority leader leadercharged leaderehal leadercharged
charged ehal that Mr Roosevelt had dined dinedBooker I IBooker
Booker Book r T Washington to carry th the the thelight I
light of example to the south 11th which L
dees do not believe in social Duality
When hen a question is raised he said saidagainst saida saidagainst
against a lnst the appointment of a negro to topositions topositions t tposItions
positions in the south the statement te temade Ismttde it t tmade
made that there can be no discrimina discrimination di crimi a ¬
tion on account of color colorbutadded but added addedMr I
Mr 11 Williams the admlhist admItilstrtIoawouk administration 1on would wouldnot wouldnot I Inot
not appoint a Chinaman aO a postmas postmaster postmaster ¬
ter on the Pacific coast < if n ice possessed possessedthe I Ithe
the ability of Li Hung Cbang CbangReception V VBecention
Reception to Taylor TaylorI
1 remember distinctly iht when far
Taylor came back from Washington Washingtonsaid
said Mr Scott preceded by the an announcement announcement ¬
nouncement noun cement that he had hadeea been appoint appointed ¬ I
ed to the th office of recorder lecortleiof of deeds in inthe hithe it I Ithe
the District of Columbia COlum la by President PNeldentCle PresidentCleveland I
Cleveland Cle fl Dd his friends met J jne ttbn at the theUnion theUnion
Union depot Kansas City Cttywith with a car carriage errtage carilage ¬
riage to which lalch were attached four fourwhite fourwhite fourwhite
white horses es A committee O was Withthe with withthe 1 1the
the carriage and he was as escorted ted to a apublic apublic I Ipublic
public hall and then he boasted ac according according ¬
cording to the reports portB of th tI epa newspaper JaeWBpaf1 epapeta ¬
peta per that It remained fiar aDemo aDemocratic a Demo JemoratJc Democratic ¬
cratic president notwithstanding notwt n the theprofessed thepror ticS
professed pror good will to the negro always alwaysmade 811aJsmade aiwayrmade S
made by the Republicans Rf > to entertain entertainat I Iat
at his table at the White House H or f pr r the thefirst thEtl V Vfirst
first tl t time a negro That nmCtafr mat ± o was waspublished waspublished w t
published so broadly and generally generallythroughout generallytbroucbout geserahhithroughout r
throughout the state fit f Kansas that it itwas itwas F I Iwas
was impressed upon my myWas myWas memory memoryWas
Was Merely Hersaj HersajWhat He EeevsayWhat rsay8 rsay8bat
What bat evidence have you I Hhat that hat he heever heever it S Sever
ever made that boast agirod a feed Mr MrShackleford MrShaekl MrSiutekleford
Shackleford Shaekl tord Mo MoNo MouNo MoNo
uNo No evidence but newspaper ne per re reports re reportar reports ¬
ports replied Mr Scott ScottDoes ScottDoes
Does the gentleman tpMB that t t it itwould itwoulel t twould t
would be improper and a NfcpRTof ef f digni dignity dignity dignity ¬
ty for the president of the TjMKpd States Statesto < IS I
to rush into print and a den d lttI awry r > news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper statement that tntdhjt nd be put putout putoutr PU t tout
out outr asked Mr Ir HardwTioK Har e o Georgia GeorgiaMr Georgia1r S SMr
Mr 1r Scott replied lut < thai h 110 hoWl < = Mgnet set t crit criticising eritIclslDlr critleising
icising the former proolliBHf J proM i of the theUnited theUnited tb S SUnited
United States for not nothtL hariBgrlieretofore hariBgrlieretoforemade 1e ofore oforemade e emade
made a denial I was anltig glirjng him full fullcredit ruucredit Ii I
credit for the denial be nii ntsaiakes inakes akes he headded headded hi hiadded i
added addedHypocrisy Hypocrisy Exposed ExposedMr E1iosed E1iosedOIr V
Mr William said the the4who1e thehole whole incident incidentshowed IDdd nt ntshowed t
showed die underlying und hyjiocriey h rfBY of the thecontention t tb tbcontention 11 11eontentJon > S
contention that all me JReJA w m socially sociallyequal oclaJlyequal aociail V Vequal
equal regardless of color ri vace ace traits traitsand traitsand C Cand
and tendencies tendenciesMr
Mr Ir Scott inquired lquir d who wh V had been as asserting usertlb assertiug ¬
serting sertlb social equality equalityI eqU 1lt 1ltI
I have understood replied Mr Wil Williams Williams ¬
liams that the political theory of ofyour oryour o Vf
your Ut household of political IOiUCjth faith for orth orthlust the thelust tbelust oe e
lust twenty years 1J hasAbtiea D bat men menregardless meltregardless I Iregardless
regardless of color race rAft traits nJJ tenden tendencies te den denclos ¬
cuts capabilities or what pet aught to tobe tobe t 0
be strictly equal politically but that Is Isnot I Inot Iall S
not all The head of your our party set setthe setthe so Vt
the example e of social soe equality equutYin in the theonly theonl Ui Uionly e Vte
only onl manner in in whichVirrt8Brbe whie whieittfl 1 be set by byinviting byhnlUn b V
inviting hnlUn a ablakmflT black ma m yfe r jf 1JM If Vf f
Continued on on Page 3 3 I
4 4eneral +
General G Kuropatkins Head Headquarters Headquarters Headquarters ¬
quarters to Be at Mukden MukdenRAILWAY MukdenI MukdenRAILWAY MukdenAILWAY
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I
+ Toklo March 4 4Ut An intrigue on onr If +
+ 4 r the part of the opposition o at Seoul Seoulasainac 8f + 4agaIn
+ + asainac agaIn the conclusion condu iln of f the Jap +
+ aneseKorein ane n protocol culminated 4 4in
+ In the throwing of bomb at tb t tin tinreslil 1f +
1 + residences reslc reslil necer of the foreign rON minist mitlr minis Vr r + 4fldV
+ and andd fldV Ms Tj
1 secretary yy early Thursday Thursdaymorning +
+ f morning They escaped tminjurei tminjureiflNKOW UblnjuntY +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4J +
J flNKOW INRor ° March 3 3The Jihe The Russ RussI > u uJ < iJ iJDe
Y I J n De s hank is closing dOflI preparat preparatto preparatorto preparttV > V >
to ftlDovln removing to Mukden WOTICI WOTICIand tVonHLaDel Wun Wunnd
and a nd children ch n are prepaitog to lea leaYinkow If IfYiakow ietinkow >
Yinkow Y in anticipation of
the arrival arr al >
the Japanese fleet whi whkh < h is expect expectwhen expethen < > f fwbfn
when w hen the river opens o n
prbaby a for forThe forpt foright
n pt he heThe hence henceThe
The United State > gunboat H tf Helr > lri
and andtbe a nd the British cruiser rui
r Espiegie
ar armaking a 4 4aking f
making m aking preparations to leave the drv tit
docks d in a weeks time timeThe timtThe timeThe
The main mast of
the tb Russian
gin g
boat b oat SJvoutch has been n out off Th Thould Thould
would W ould indicate that she hehii
ia 9 betng hflii hfliiantled < n
mantled m but otherwise
she he would ap li ¬
pear p ear to be clearing for f r action a
On account of the impossibility imniosslbiiitvending If > r d
fending f the coast at Yinkow until untilme u
time ti me as a thaw permit the th contru on tnJTi ti i
of o f otrenchments and forte the tu u
aians a have prepared pre a1rt > to retire up ui f fmain E Emain
main m ain railroad
line fln
There are pra JI JIcaDy t tally t tcally
ally c no defenses her > and althvmr aith u ue
the th e shifting and reshifting of troops aij aijartillery a j jartillety
artillery a to the small forts the
at mom m llt 1 1of Ior
of o f the Liao
river has the appearar appeararot a ipeaia t
ot o f an intention to defend Yinkow Ylnkowmilitary h hmilitary >
military m authorities depend upon a aend i l
lJ land l encasement ement to put a stop op tu toapanese t
Japaaeae J apanese advance advancePlans advancePlans advancePlans
Plans Decided Upon Upondecided UponAs UponAs
As far JUt yet known 1 the 1e only only 1 e eecided
decided d on are first that General Get14 > raI K Kropatkins KropatkJus i iopathins
ropatkins r headquarters are to be beMukden hpMukden heukden
Mukden M ukden Viceroy ViCf > roy Alexi Alpxirr lexift > rr prop propn propntniain > f fremain
remain r at Mukden > n ind indtf1llitElv Jluitely as zt ztity I i icity
city c ity is the center ntPr of tne to Chines Chinesministration Chi Chinesinistration UPs UPsmll
ministration mll m and has a vicen YiCt < yul yulreau Y a I Ieau j jrt
reau rt r eau > au second that the plain v < < st stashibeimiao t tTaehibckiao tTashlheldao
Taehibckiao T which is aTm ulmnst at t imp < > e eof tof
of o f defense will be held if pos peseill peseillrctmnt sibl ibt n naccount naccouDt
account of th the railroad d comectiun cot oectii u n aort
Port P ort Arthur third HaMniig Hai < hiug ar 5191 Il < l ja 1ar 1arare L Lang r ryang
yang y are the extreme limit to t troops v d1j d1jtroops h htroops
troops t will be withdrawn on so ar aOUn1 aOUn1the a athe otm otmth
th the exposure of the railroad at it ti tipoints t tpoint toints
points pointsThat p oints ointsThat
That the Japanese r will ill arrive Vf b bthaw > > a
thaw permit the rnstru onstrUdion nstru < tion tionfenees tionenees n nfenHs >
fenees f enees is thought to be is > hvr it r pra > n i y ycertain 7eertaln yertain
certain c It would ould appear that hat th U 1 1thoritles athortties 1thoritles
thoritles expect Port Arthur rtllr to br I i isieged i ileged
sieged siegedSir SiegedSir s
Sir Robert Hart dirfntorof diNft dittv dittvmperial Jof V Chiiv Chiivhnperial in infm
hnperial fm I rial maritime Instit irne ru < ujm u > mf mflQnding msaunding 1 1sounding
sounding s Russian n lan opinim ir iho ii i iet m mter n ntf
ter tf L et > r has ha ordered ol red th hineso < U uJilbtPblp L Lightship N Nlilfbtrtiip >
lilfbtrtiip l and the rhanml bu buoy buoylaced > y i iplaced IpIaed
placed p laced at the riv rzrr r month n i irii i iThis
This rii step however has ha 1i s IT n eflWt eflWtthe if ifhe t tthe
the t he neutralization of N > Chuanv ChuanvIAHDIlf ChuOItlLANDDfG thu t tLAIIDIXGOP
No further PuFther Important News Fro FroSeat Frtm FrtmSeat Fr FrV
V Seat of War WarLondon WarLondon WarLondon
London March 4 4Thc The far eastTV eastTVpublished f eitr eitrublished a r rpubllsbed
published p this th morning consist consistf ist > 1of i iof >
of o f more or less I s reliable able JP reports of < > f fSe Jp Jp0e L J Jeee
eee O Oa 0e mUttary movements Th The Rtnm gtt gttmong tIII d dsJDClQt i iamonir
amonir a correspondents appears appearsthat appearsthat 1 1that >
that no Important land l bait 1ttlpected baiteeled ttA ttApeeled
peeled p eeled before the th end of Jlarch JlarchA tarhA
A dispatch to the Daily Kxprss JJiPI lxprCh4inulpo r rCh
Chemulpo Ch ulpo dated dat March S siy siy3M9 si siL I IJlt >
3M9 Jlt i L Ja Japanflllle pan we troops hai > Uro UroChemtripoi tar tarCheatpc lrCheulpt
Chemtripoi rnd con gone < to Pim Yin YinOablin Y r rCabling t ttablthg
Oablin Cabling r from Harbin Manohnr Manohnrcorrespondent Manfhlllcorrespondfttt laniirorrespondent
c correspondent of the Daily Dil ty rrro rrrogives Crr Crrgt I r rgives
gives gt a rumor that G09M 00 Japanese Japaneselanded Japan Japanlanded s sanded
landed l at AVonsan AVonsanTbe WonsanThe oniI8D oniI8DTbe
Tbe V Shanghai uuirhai correspondent correspondentDaily correspondentDaily n e eDaJI
Daily DaJI Telegraph asserts that tfcr tfcrarate thrrate t h hrate
rate s Japanese e armies have 1in 11l1j 11l1jKorea 1t ii iiKorea > i > r rKorea >
Korea and the Paris edition of th thYork x xTork w wYork
York Herald publishes a 5 report rr rrChefoo r rChefoo T1 T1Clu
Chefoo Clu foo to the effett that six Jap Japendsers J Ja Jarwisest aJo aJoerulRlfII
endsers e escorting ten transports transportsbeen trnspnrtboon >
been 1 seen steaming in the direction dlrecti dlrectiiGulf 1 1Gulf r rGulf
Gulf of Liao Time TimeprobuWe TuncXotbiDs
XotbiDs NotbIj in any of t these report pnrl ie ieprobl L Lprobable
probable but it i 18 probable that th i h hattest j janese 1 1aneseare
attest aneseare are maintaining strict seciv secivto J see seeo T > I Ito
to t o their IIIOVelXm IIIOVelXmJapane movementsJapanese movco ni niJapanese
Japanese e Control Sea SeaCabling SeaCablla Se SeCabling
Cabling < from Chefoo under d date dateMrch ht htareh tc tcMarch
March areh 3 3 a correspondent of th Pi PiTeiecraph D DT I ITeIrph
Teiecraph T ph say m that although b Japan Japanloct J5 pan pannst 1 11cMrt <
loct i nst a small cruiser cru r and that th marb marbery mar rnt rntery J JM
ery M of two of her warships war has hasdamaged hasdamaged > IdAJna8ed <
damaged these > probably have t h hs hsrepaired > e Pl Plpajred n nrepaired
repaired pajred and nd in any event Japan Japancomplete 1itiii 1itiiicomplete > f fcomplete
complete command of thf th t h twca ta anl t n neffectually 1 1effectually v vncipates
effectually Isolate I Port > ort Arthur H Htlcipales I IUdpates
ncipates the themovements eariy arl renal of ofm0ementa f It i iJ
movements J ement8 the landing of Jap Japtroops Japtroops Jt p ptroops
troops at the best strategic stratee I c positij pos poi ti U Uthe i 1tile I Ithe
the occupation f > of territory nir nta n r rDalnv r rDalir T TDalny
Dalny a as soon as the wiitr n tr nii 111H > ira iraHe 1 1He
He H > predicts that having havit ig < ecuri ecuriTalu eti etilain Uj 1 1Yalu
lain river the Japane will thrr thrrKJrin th thKJnn ti tiKlein
Klein cutting the railroad railr and m mhig mmil r rag
mil l ag Vladivostok Vlad etok while a se stond stonddeals enhddeals < onfl onfldeals
deals with the tb Liao Tung TUI eninsua eninsuaBattleship enil1 CttiliBattleship a aBattleship
Battleship Aground AgroundAceordlnir AgroundAccordlnll AgroundAccording
According to the cornspoidert corrt cor p ldtrt ldtrtfornlng idrtMorning r rMorning <
Morning Post ai a Circle a 1 J Jipa Jipaieship pan pantleshin p r rtJeshin
t tleshin has run ajfrouml allToun n t tr 1 r th t h < rvi rviRefufrt r1 r rRetugetes i iRttuJ
Refufrt Retugetes ea from Port Arthur rt1Ut tt1l t tgasaki IM IMSasaki t j jasakf >
Sasaki correspondent e of i th I I Tim Timhies Timbles I I t tbios >
bios un under l r date of Mur M Mthere Ia < i lthere U Uthere >
there WT n 9W OIU u troop ti t r the th nr m mof iiiof i iof
of February They rept report t t I > at tli tliRussian tl1 tl1RU88lan hi hiRussian
Russian troop who were w < ipat patn1 patn1Rorea p I IKorea <
Korea the tJi l heginninc ekiunin of February Fehf ary w wm s sll T Till
ill i ll equippM with itb transport n nf1 111that < l si sithat
that it waft wa thought they th the w w1J a Ud i iIKHeil h hptIIeI Ipelied >
IKHeil tl t Tt r ru lii liiTlie fD fDThey
They Tlie u > VO fj 5O that tJ t KI KItr 1 I Itiateil 1 1trIt8l
tr trIt8l tiateil at l th t l JalWUf Ja Quf at Po Pubrutatiy t Art Artbrutally rl rlbrutally
brutally tht Ut V thi tbfled fled to te V Veenbarkei iMv iMvembarked t tembarktIl <
embarked in saMpan 5 rsaAn rsaAnbeats n raai raaiboats la laboats
boats mid id endeavored rah reahDalny rahDaln rta P PDelay
Delay Daln Sweral were wT > iiwutl 0111411ARRIVEDFROM iiwutlARRIVED a uil uilARRIVED
Story of an Actor Who Saw the theBattles S SBattles SBattles
Battles BattlesMoscow Battleslo BattlesMutW
Moscow lo March Mi rh rhaetor > i Atkvii IFII IFIIactor i iartor
actor who p ls 8 reUJr r it rn r frtn frtnArthur frI1rtbur fr frArthur
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there prior t his ht p I li liat t 1 1at Iat
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how k w an Slid < l that another anu ztrt r oni IO toon toonte oo oobe 0 0Ito
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