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SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY MARCH 20 19Qtt f
MOVEMENT OF RUSSIAN RUSSIANWARSHIPS RUSSIANWARSHIPS RUSSIANWARSHIPS
WARSHIPS A MYSTERY MYSTERYVladivostok MYSTERYVladivo MYSTERYVladivostok
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Vladivostok Vladivo Jok Squadron May Be Close to Port PortArthur PortArthu PortArthur
Arthur ArthurA ArthurChefoo ArthurChefoo r rChefoo
A
Chefoo Dispatch States That a Battle Has Taken Place onthe ontheYalu on ontheYalu the thefalu
Yalu and nd 1800 1 1800 Japs J ps Captured CapturedOhafoo Capt CaptredChfoo red redo redOhQfoo
o
Ohafoo Maroh 19 9 p m mA A private dispatch received here from fromMukdan fromMukden fromitukdn
Mukdan tats that a battle b ttle has taken place on the Yalu in which the Bus Russiang Bussians Bussian
siang claim to tohftve have captured 1800 prisoners
T PBTKBSBURG March M115S M115Sp
ST S p m mThe The wbere whereabouts bOut of the theVladirootok theVJadiTO theVIdtyook
Vladirootok Ok squadron is J a pro profound profound proiound ¬
found official o of cII secret but there are arethose arethoee arethose
those here who believe that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Japanese may wake up upnome uplIome upa4ome
nome morning to And that the two twodivisionsof t twodvistonsof 0 I Id
divisionsof d I vislon of Russias R la Pacific aauadron aauadronhave liCIuAdronhave tWtt1rUflhave
have effected e ected a juncture It is I be betraying bP ¬ i i
trHytng no confidence to state that thatboth thatboth i iboth
both the admiralty and Vice Admiral AdmiralMakaroff AdmtrIMakaroff I IIakarofr
Makaroff before he left for the far fareast fareast i
east regarded the th fact that the divis divisions divisions diviatorts ¬
ions were separated ae arated as most unfortu unfortunate unfortuIatfi ¬ i illa
nate lla te for Russias RU 8la chances of success successat i iItt
at u sea Realizing ReaIIxln thatoffensive that offenslve naval navalderations navaloperations j jol
operations ol raUon are arehnDO Impossible under pres present prefot presIt ¬
ent It conditions it is believed that no noopportunity noopportunity noopportunity
opportunity will be neglected to re repair re reJail repaIr ¬
pair this th initial misfortune even should shouldli
li involve considerable con lderable risk Conse Consequently Consequently e equenUy
quently the report that seven Russian Russianwarships RulJllanwar Rulanvarahlpa
warships war hlps were sighted al hled the other day dayoff dayfiti dayoff
off Gensan Gen 8D creates much speculation speculationhere speculntionJlt sneculaUonhere
here Jlt re as to whether they could be the thevessels theVfuel thevesselK
vessels of the cruiser division dLvJ lon under underCaptain underCt underCaptaIn
Captain Ct ptaJn Reltzenstein Reltzen teln The number of oftOiips orIlIip ofblps
tOiips sighted apparently does not tally tallywith tallyWHh tallyt
t with that of the Vladivostok division divisionwhich divisionwhich divisIonwhich
which properly pro rly consisted of four fast fastcruisers fa8trul fastcruisers
cruisers rul ers and the transport Lena LenaMay LenaMay LenaiIay
May Be Very Close CloseIt CloseIt CloseIt
It Is learned however that the out outbreak outbreak outbreak ¬
break of hostilities found two shine > of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the volunteer cruiser fleet at Vladi Vladivostok VladlV ¬
vostok V 08 tok and there is reason n to believe believethat beJlevethat believethat
that these e have since been fitted out outwith outWith outwith
with guns taken from mountain bat butteries batted battories ¬
tories ted It is I therefore possible that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the ships sighted were those th e of Cap Captain CaJtain Captam ¬
tain tam Heitzenstein Reltzen teln whose e object if he heventured hentured hentured
ventured ntured so far down the coast could couldhardly couldhardly ouldJ1ardly
hardly be anything except to slip IIJJ into intoPort intoPort intoPort
Port Arthur IT this Is true it is cal calrulated calrulated 31 31ulated
rulated that the squadron must have havealready haveIread havealready
already Iread run tins gauntlet of the Ko Korea Ko1It ¬
rea 1 strait and be very close e to port portIn portIn portIn
In accordance with personal per80n l orders ordersfrom orderfrom ordersIrorn
from the th emperor the English ER IIIdt1anguage language languageis
is now being taught the imperial page pagecorps pagecorp i icorpc
corps The lessons le onll began this week weekChinese weekChinese I IChinese
Chinese Troublesome TroublesomeStaff TroublesomeI I
Staff tarr orders Issued at Harbin which whichhave whIcbave i
have J1A n just t arrived here ht > re by mail show showthatCl showthat I
thatCl that CI CIthsa njaee troops tro pe hare moved much muchfurther muchfurther I Ifurther
further north Il than was supposed Cld Gen General Gfdral Geileral ¬
eral ral TUttheag having 111n concentrated concentratedSOW I
SOW OOO mn m at 1 Doohroe Do Ulte which p onl only liO liOmilf JtD111ftt 0 0mileit
milf D111ftt west we c C Harbin General 6 ral Me hav havJng hRvJnK havIng
Jng 10000 at Kaupantz while another anotherBiiOO anotheriiWO
BiiOO are ar at Te Mln Mm Tun and Ie 1flN at atI it1hau t j
I Ihau < hau all points bordering oonleti < Upon u pon t1 the thezone tHea1M thezne
zone of Russian military operations operationsThese operationsThese tlon8 tlon8ThfE
These orders < rdf are also al o significant inas inasmuch InasD1UCh manThUh ¬
much as a they lay la stress 8t upon thl hold holding holdlK ¬
ing 111 aloof of the Chinese Chllle e officials omcl l in inManchuria tatltalultuda InsItnehuiIa
Manchuria the civil governor at Muk Muktl Mukdin
din tl > n having forbidden the th Chinese to tosupply tosupply I IlJpply
supply cattle food or fodder to the theRussians tillIt th thItusatans
Russians RussiansTho It ItusatansTb lIslan I ITh
Tho Th governor of HaiTcheng al although ¬ 1 1tl1l1tlgb Ithmgh
though a almil1t aIrninierIn < lmnfotering rh the 1 h affairs of a atvn asihuted ativn
tvn sitxiated on the railway raUa in h also alwfiiri aJIOiri alsosirt
fiiri iri to 10ha have ha orderedtne ordered Ute people nol to toacoe toaOt I IoPf
acoe aOt oPf t Russian nU I an money and aflcqrding aflcqrdingto I
to native reports he i is organizing organizingBoxer or organIzIngIhixer nlzlnK
Boxer xr bands The native JN gwernoe ceve of ofKtrin ofIi oftrin I
Ktrin Ii trin has issued i llIpd a proclamation enjoin enjoining tnjolnng enjoinlug ¬
lug ng the bf bfopranceof rvanceof the MrieteM Mfllet MrleteMneu MrleteMneutrality t neu neutrality foU foUtraJity ¬
trality but he refused Tt > ftlPtd to withdraw the thetrooiwi thetrout thetroope
trout in the < neighborhood until im imperatively ImPfrathely hawratlvely ¬
peratively ordered to do so by the theJluseian theRUt theBuselkn
Jluseian RUt n headquarter Mlidqu headquirtersASS headquarterASKS rter
1 ASKS KIND TKBATMENT TKBATMENTUncle PREATMENTUncle ATMENT ATMENTUncle
Uncle Sam SamInterferOl5 Interfere in Behalf of the theJapanese theJ theJapanese
Japanese JapaneseWashlngtqn J JapaneseWashingtQn ptWlMle ptWlMleWahln
Washlngtqn Wahln lQn March W tLRuI RtNwla will willbe I Itc
tc 1 asked a ketl by the United States Stat to treat treatkindly tJMtkindly treiit3ilIdiy
kindly the Japanese noncombatant noncombatantivlio noncombataltMwh
ivlio wh have ha been left I > Ct In Siberia and to toonahlf tonahle toenable
enable them th > m to make their way wa back backto backto
to Japan Kogoro Takahira the Jap JapmejK JUItnPt Ja1itflM4
mejK uiintRtHr called all4o at the state statel d dpartment l llllTtJnent
l artinent > today Imla and inf4 Inrrmf1 > rme < l the oftl oftllils 11 11tal
tal < lils that he had received Wh reports that thatbetween that1w thatbetweeu
between 1w tWee1l forty rort and fifty Japanese O non noncnmbatanta nonombalants iionenmbatanta
cnmbatanta were in a suffering lu < 4oring condi condition condition couditlii ¬
tion in several Siberian towns The Themilntei I
minister f lIIt4I requested rtQue t th t h Washington WanhlnptonKv 8Ihln tn tnrnmrt
Kv g rnmrt < rnm nt to t UPC it lip good od ofnr o oiLpi < pi to toiho I Ia j jsist
a < sist the suffering uftt > rinc Japanese Pe to reach N renebherc 8h i
liflln vhert hr tUc Japanese > minister ministerill
ill m take them th m In charge hlr r The state statei statei4rtflhlflt tatoitIrtmPftt
i itIrtmPftt artnient a cted ted pron promptly rtly and anda a ca caM CANram enbi
M Nram ram has b bf Jea ett sent nt to ir Mc Neot Neotnik < or orivik
ivik I ik the American Aret > rIan ambassador at St StTr StTcl StT
Tr Tcl T r rMburg > burl inviting jnvlU him to call the at att attnLon
t tn tnLon nK ivn > n of f the j imperial government KOernment to totli totL tott
tli tt matter 11111 iiatt t 11 r in th the nnfloVnt rllfh e < nt hope that thatRIIall thatRislaii j jRMM
RMM RIIall lau officials ulftdatswlll will take immediate immediatePtrti fmtnfldlatefltq tmtndiate5frlo
Ptrti > fr thr th > relief of th 11 1 > Japanese 1alafle5CTakAhirai I iI i iTakahiial
Takahiial Statement StatementTo
I
To a orrestpondent nrn > Ondent of the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress
Press Mr lr Ttikahlra said saidI hl hlWa I
I was Wa not at the state department departmentyo departmentyrterdiy I Ift
yo yrterdiy ft terdiy rda y nor at Secretary Hays Ha reel reeldt restdiice I
dt dd1 nee but I was W lia Ul at t the department depaltmenttuda depitnenttoday j
tuda today and handed to Mr Loomis the theassistant theassistant I
assistant secretary f rtar of state a note re rEll1tltln reuntlng j jqmsting
qmsting the t h United nltd States government governmentt
t tit > use its K KOO MI offices to see that the thetanaflese > i iliitMtiMKe ITI
liitMtiMKe TI talMt < e residents Ij > nt uf Siberia Si rla who are areJestitute aredetitutt I i
Jestitute and desire ie5tr to return turn home homeFhill homtII hometill i
till II be s sent nt to Berlin where my col eolg1 j
iMCue jHac g1 there th will take charge of them themmade i
1 made this Ihi request bcau beeaue taule e of his tele teleCriin ttletTilll idegi
Criin gi In received r here reporting rfoport two Jap Japii
ii 1 se < t subjects who arrived arrh at Berlin Berlinfev Berlinto
a fen to days day ago 110 from th the > Interior of ofLiberia oCilaIia ofIIita
Liberia IIita ait delegates rom It large r num nutnl numIez I
l Iez > ci of Japanese still living there re r yeed I Ii Id
i > oi ted > d fo o him that they tht were fe boycot boycotand boeotIf I II
I If d 1 and not only had they the found found H Himpossible IIll1lrlfIihlr it1irIpossIIIc
impossible to earn eorna a living but butiu were werein wreIII
in constant danger dlan dangerof of life and conse conseiuently conseuenti 11Sf 11SfquU
quU < iuently uenti were s sfting ffering great grt t priva privaii prI8tIII prtvaliiis t
ii tIII its In some towns ft t was said saidtli 8lldt saidcrc
tli t II y were pre ordered by the th police au authorities auI ¬
thorities I iorith to i leave Jea th tbe PIItt l ce at a mo moments 1110111f1II meJiwIlt ¬
ments 111f1II JiwIlt I notice 11011 without time to take taketheir tnkehir taketheir
their CIT fT > it tM with Ith them th m We have havetherefore havcfluretur havetlireur
therefore dueided < to havethem sent to toJapan t41Jal toJapan
Jal Japan n
nWhat
What the Russians Did DidIt DidIt DidI
I It t it I not unnatural that in time of ofwar oCwaf ofWar
war there exists t xip 1I between the th people of
belligernts a degree of nmity but in inmy 10m hiIn
my m opinion it i II a notable > feature of
the t Irf > reent < nt conflict that since its out
break br Hk thc th
Rumlans have acted in au al alUI
uii UI un4oward ward manner with the noncom noncoinC
C biirantn b li nt and a lid prisoners of o our r people
The Th Vladivc JadiORtok atok squadron fired upon
Japanese merebantmentand mt xhantment > and wink nk one oneof oneof
of them A Japanese major and lIve flveppldlery 1hefloldlen lIvesoldiers
soldiers ppldlery who weretaken were taken prisoners In InKorea InKorea InKorea I
Korea ver paraded through the thestreets theIPtreet thestreets
streets IIr if f Mukden Japanese residents residentsin
in Man laUhuria huria many man of whom were > wo women w wmen ¬
men WI tVI subjected to Indignities Indignitieshile Ind1 inthgnitipswhile nltf nltfhilt
while hilt on their way to a seaport town towntu towntu
tu find a steamer > r to take them to Ja taT ¬ I
T
pan Thisreport This report from Berlin tells of oftH ofth I Itbe
tH tbe cruel treatment of Innocent fnnoeentpeople fnnoeentpeopleby people peopleby peopleby
by th the police authorities s of Siberia SiberiaDifferent SiberinDifferent SlberktDifferent
Different in Japan JapanJust JapanIOJu JapanJust
IOJu Just t think how Russians Rus Ale are treat treated treated treated ¬
ed in Japan You never hear any com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint by b them against alnst the Japanese Japaneseauthorities JapaneseauthorIties e eauthorUeA
authorities and people On the contra contrary ¬
ry It was as reported from Chemulpo that thatwhen thatwhen that1 that1when
when the bodies 06 two Russian HugldonslIltom HugldonslIltomwere sailore sailorewere sallomwere
were recovered born the wreck of the theVariaa theYarlag theTarlag
Variaa the sailors 1101S of Japeneae men of ofwar ofwar
war buried them with military honors honorsand honorsMnd
and many residents reI ents of the Japanese Japanesetown Japaneactown
town at the port went to their graves gravesout gravesout ravetl ravetlout
out of respect re pect for their honorable honorabledeath honorabledeath honorabledeath
death deathI
I do dot mean to expect peel of the coun country eou eoutr country ¬
try tr and people at war with us any anything an anthing anything ¬
thing unusual but I sincerely hope that thatthey thatthey thtttthey
they will show at least some modera moderation moderaton moderatlofl ¬
ton in the treatment tr of those Innocent Innocentbut Innocentbut Innocentbut
but unfortunate sufferers not only fortheir for fortheir fortheir
their sake but for the sake of the good goodname goodname goodname
name of that great empire as one o of the thecivilized theclvlJlzed thecivilized
civilized countries countriesThe countriesThe countriesThe
The minister spoke earnestly but butwithout butwithout butwithout
without excitement excitementA
A GRAVE SUSPICION SUSPICIONJapanese SUSPICIONJapanese SUSPICIONJapauese
Japanese May MayBe Be Using Neutral Chi ChlI Chinese CMnese
nese Ports PortsI PortsSL PortsSt
I
I St Petersburg March 19 1 p m mThe mThe inThe
The governments private information informationis
is I not reassuring as regards Chinas Chinassincerity Chinaslncerlt Chinassincerity
sincerity slncerlt in observing a neutrality at attitude attitude attitude ¬
titude Secret advices indicate that at atleast atleR8t atleiuit
least a powerful party In the Chinese Chinesegovernment Chlne ChinesegOverflmeit e ebOvernmeut
government Is h abetting abt > tting the Japanese JapaneseAlthough JapaneseAllbough JapaneseAlthouih
Although at first reluctant to credit < It Itthe itthe Itthe
the Russian authorities continue to re receive r rlttlv receive ¬
ceive evidence that the > Japanese con contemplate contmplRte contemplate ¬
template landing on Chine hines > neutral neutralI neutralterritor neutralterritory
I territory territor west e t of the Liao river and
I 17000 men n1 n are being Ing held especially to toawait 10IiWIllt toawait
await developments In that direction directionMoreover cUreetlonIoreoer directionMoreover
Moreover the th emperors naval experts expertswho expertflho expertaWho
who = ho have been studying carefully OtuJl the thepuzzle theIJUzzle thepuzzle
puzzle as to where wh rt > Vice Admiral Togos Togositeet Togoseet Togosfleet
fleet is coaling and provisioning be between between betWeen ¬
tween Us appearances off Port Arthur Arthurare Arthurare Arthurare
are becoming beco beconIngmore ngmore more and more convinced convincedthat cqnincedtb cqnvineedthat
that tb t It in I using a afl a base some quiet quietspot qul quietspot t tspot
spot on the Qhinese coast coastUsing t coastUsing t tUsing
Using Chinese Port PortAfter PortUtel PortAtter
After each ea < hcJlslppearancc disappearance n n9l t L4 word words ord
Is s heard heardoC f the the11eOs liets 11Q s svherflabdtOS htt tJ Uft ti titil
til it reappear A calculandrf ealcul Thid of time timeand timeand timeand
and distance shows showglt It te quUeilmponsl quUeilmponslWe I Ible
We for the fle fleet ct to team to 0 fragasaki fragasakior aasakl aasaklOr
or Hiroshima take on board coal and andammunition nd ndammunition fl flJnmunlUon
ammunition and come back It is II also alsocertain alsocerWn alsocertain
certain the Japanese warships ar hlp8 could couldHot couldnot couldnot
not take on coal < much less heavy hEApro hEAprojectileR pro projectiles projectllen ¬
jectiles at sea 4R In the face of the pre prevailing prOV1tlllnJ prevallliig ¬
vailing rough weather The idea Id that thatthey thatUte thatthai
they Ute are using uRln Chemulpo l t hemnIo mnlpo Fusan or orsome orome orSonic
some other place ph p on the Korean coast coastfor
for tliii purpose Is rejected as It is be bei believed
i Heved He that if such were eN the case the thenU thenumerous
I numerous nU rOUB secret oorrespondentp and andsecret andsecret
secret nt agents of the Russians In Korea Koreawould KorfOawould KoreaWould
would certainly have ha reported rt porteiLthe > > the fact factSo CactSo factSo
So by process of elimination the Rus RusNans Ituss4ans I
Nans seem compelled to arrive at the theconclusion theeonrlu theconeIuson
conclusion eonrlu on that the ves vesels = fv > h J of the Jap Japanese Japassee ¬
anese an fleet must be refilling fimn tbvir bunk bunkont bunkMfII I Iers
ont in some inlet on the Chinese coast coastelthef c coaste1the t
either e1the on the Gulf of Lia Tung or the theShan theShan theShan
Shan lung Tun p lfofnsulK > ninsula so o far from ports portsHtid portsnI 1
Htid nI inhabited centers that the t corre correspondents eorrEpondents cerrespondenti ¬
spondents are unable to get ge wind of it itTime it itTime itTime
Time Alone Will Telh TelhThe Tel1The TelhThe
I
The dwindling number of Japanese Japanesebattleships Japanesebuttleoiipe
I
battleships 1 attJes ipe appearing off Port Arthur ArthurIs
Is increasing Incr a8lnb the conviction that many manyof man manyof i iof
of them Ihemliave Have had to put back to Jaimn Jaimnfor JIIIJftntor Japanfo
for fo a thorough refitting refittingA
A high bl h naval n al oflicer said Id We prob probably ¬ I Iabb Iably
ably shall never know how many Iban of oftheir ortJtelr oftheir
their ships ship were crippled rlpJ1e or sunk at atleast atJfst atleast
least Jfst until untl the th war ar is h over overThe oorThe overThe
The failure filur of the th Japanese Japnt to rush rushtheir rmdltlr rushthir
their operationr oJertmnf evokes eok agre agrbe agresitbie abe dis disappointment 6 6applnueat ¬
applnueat appointment here br as IJ I gives Ies the Rus Russians Hul Ituissians ¬
sians the time necessary to complet complettheir eurnt4tetheIr
tmE D r compJt compJtthi
their thi preparatlrns prtprtl A Japane Jan > e landing landingon llnln
on 0 the th Line L Tun run peninsula JluVI to besiege besiegePort b besiegePort IIf
Port Arthur would ould rather rtl be b welcomed welcomednew 1e1omed 1e1omednow wecmediww
new as a it would wold not be b a large force forceyet foree forceyet
yet e would ould weaken ken the th frontal front attack attackfrom attck attackfront
from Crn Korea KoreaIt Ko KoItww Korea1twa
It Itww 1twa wa reported Irnf IJon Psfl < > on after afer the Japan Japanbegan Japaness TaA TaAP
P ess < > began bp begitutheir their operations orUonl against Rgle Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur that tbJ they tb had seized t onV O ot of o t tKUiU th thKUiott tbluiett >
KUiott KUiU if iln iiiaflds lands situated IituAtf in th thEhorpen thEhorpengulf Koix n ngulf I I11IfIt8
gulf 11IfIt8 less than 100 10 miles miJe east fi th1oRn by t Ijy north northof noth nothor northof
of or Port Arthur rhur for u use e as 18 a a brtP b bs and andthe andth andthe
the th Tokfcj TOkt c correspondent rr ndfnt of o the e Lon London L1flt Louion ¬
don flt Ityie 1N JfjArch nh 7 cabled rbled thai th a I Jap Japanese JIP JIPA Japanese ¬
anese A equdr eejMdron drn n took tok noswessloi o of Hal HalYang HalYang HalYang
Yang Tao ao one un of the lht Elliott FJot group
Feb 1 i The Th correspondent Orpdfnt addled adla lul that thatthe tht thttb thatthe
the tb Japanese found there > only onl stores storesof tt tto stolesof
of o coal cl and nd signaling elglng flags nags the Rus Russians Itusans UI ¬
sians an ans having hving evacuated the island on onFeb onFeb
Feb 28
Z ZPENALTE
PENALTIES PENALTE PROVIDED PHOVIDEDRussian PROVED PROVEDRUHianSoldi8s PROVIDEDBusnian
Russian RUHianSoldi8s Soldiers SoldiersHust Must t Not Distroy I
Private Prvae Property Propertyi
St St Peteieburg Petburg March It 1 238 3 3 p m mTh mThe I
The Th army organ orgn publishes an order oder of ofthe ofthe
the th day ca taaued by Viceroy Vicroy Alexleff Alexleffthreatening Alexlfothrtenfns Alexietthreatening
threatening thrtenfns the most mot severe svr penalties penaltiesagainst penaltiesagainst aIUC
qtt against soldiers oldlr injuring Inuring private p lvte prop property property ¬ I Irty
erty rty or officer otneers Ocr ptUn permitting Prt the name nameThe ae aeThe sameThe Pr
The order oer says saysSydi ys ysSUc yaSVeIt
Sydi SUc defenses dUensei not only ol beslur Run RunHan RUI Runsian
Han in honor but are subversive to t disci discipline dlll dlllpn dinelpltiie ¬
pline pn Every ry oiliest onN permitting permlttag e fX fXfl ox oxesnes > x xcemes
cemes fl will m tha tlO thus be b guilty guity of a grievous grievbucofffnne CI grievousotTense TOlf
offfnne oRfnl against the th emperor and the thecountr thecountry
countr countrA country countQA > I
A special plal flag has been bn orderedby ordered by the te teeMperol theeperot
emperor for Viceroy VierY Alexleff Alexletwhle Alexleffwhite AlexleffwhitewIth white j 1wh
wIth wh a blue St S Andrews AndJ ws cross In the thecenter theCter thecooLer
center Cter u l black double Ruaffiair RUBlal eagle oagleIt ogle ogleI
It I will wi be b saluted Slute by niniftfen Dn ninen tn guna gunaThe rna rnaheughter gunaThe
The heughter > daughter of ot Admiral X mlrlTsubp Taube who whorantmanded whormando whoesmmandetl
rantmanded rmando the tt wooden woodP Retvlzan Retvlzanu Retvlzn RetvlznPePelr Retvizanpeedessor
u PePelr peedessor edpce or of the tht present lresnt battleship battleshiphas
has written rlten to Admiral Admirl Makarofl lakarr say sayIng sy syIng uy uylag
Ing that t18t nearly nnly fifty fify years ago while whilethe whie whiethe whilethe
the old Retvlzan Rtvzn was w moored in the theNeva th theNea
Neva Nt her heftbe father noticed notcod an object objectfloating objet objetaUnj objectIlonUng
floating aUnj toward tar him and found It to be bean betn bean
an tn linage husc of the Savior vlor which hlh had lal lalmalned re remained remained ¬
mained in the > Taube family sce ce the thedismantling thedismantin thedismantling
dismantling dismantin of the old ship The daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter of Admiral AdmIrl Taube now sends sendf the theimage theImage I
image Imge to Admiral Amiral Makaroft akarof convinced convincedthat 01l1nced 01l1ncedthnt t tthat
that it I will wl keep the battleship batUe hlp from fromharm fromharm I Iharm
harm In future futurePolled futureFaed futurePailed
Polled Faed to Explode ExplodeSt Elode ElodeS1
St S1 Petersburg March Mfrh 19 765 7i p m mTho mTho inThe
Tho correspondent orrepn ent of the the Associated AssociatedPreap AssocInte AssociatedPr
Prltars Pr Preap learns during the last bombard bombardnumt bombrd bombrdJt bombardnlant
numt Jt of Q f Port Arthur two Japanese Japaneseshells Japanesels Japaneaeshells
sels shells fell in the works of the dry dr dock dockContinued dockContnue dockContinued
Continued Contnue on Pa Pa5e r 3
HURRICANE HURR1CANEONPACIFIC ON ONPACIFIC ONPACIFIC
PACIFIC COAST COASTWind
f
Wind Reached a Velocity of ofSeventy ofSeventyrtiesan ofSeventy
Seventy Seventyrtiesan Miles MilesanHour an Hour HourTELEGRAPH HourTElEGRAPHWIRES
4 4TELEGRAPHWIRES
TELEGRAPH TElEGRAPHWIRES WIRES ARE DOWN DOWNCONSIDERABLE DOWNCONS DOWNCONSIDEBABLE
CONSIDERABLE CONS ERABLE DAMAGE D GE DONE DONEAT DONEAT I IAT
AT PORTLAND PORTLANDQORTLAJDOreMsrch PORT PORTP PORTLANDPORTLAND
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QORTLAJDOreMsrch PORTLAND ORTLA Dore OreMarch ta h 10 l 10The The rev esvp ea revr
p P r crest erestwinjl wlqd 1 and nd rain rniniarm Etwrm stm In innoerly nearly n0rl a ai aqUlltr aqudrtor
i quarter qUlltr of ofaentur a trenttfry broke over the theNorth theNOIth theorth
North orth Pacific Pacifc coast C RSt Jate this afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The stormswept dts1l dlslrlot t8tJd extends from fromI fromtle fromtie
I the tle northern California CUrornla coast cast through throughOregon thrugh thrughQregon throughOregon
Oregon and Washington Washlnston into Into British BrJUshColumlla BritishColumbia BritishColumIia
Columbia Columlla west westo of the Cascade eascdc moun mountains mountins mountitian ¬
titian tainsI tins tinsVid titianWild
I Wild Vid rumors rumor of damage In this thi city citybecame QI citybecame
became becm current during the evening eveningamong eveningmoll eveningamong
among moll nyfileh y iJeh e h was one Qnethot that the expopi expopitlon eXJopi eXJopiton expoeltion
tlon ton bulmlnp b hu probably the largest largestframe larg largestframe t tfrme
frame frme st i1 flrfcture ture on this hjt const COst north of ofSan ofSan ofSan
San Francisco Frncllto had b been en blown over overThese overThee overThese
These rumors were for or the unoK pol part partgroundless Ialtgroundes partgroundless
groundless groundes the damage danQe being beln confined confinedto confnl confnlto
to the unrooflng unrong of ofme some omu uncompleted uncompleteddwellings un uncompleteddwellings mpletd mpletddwelng
dwellings dwelng in the martf mot exposed eptd portions portionsof prfons prfonsof portionsofthenity
of ofthenity ofthenityPedestrians the tie elty eltyPedestrians Iy IyPella1
Pedestrians Pella1 who t io were ere forced to ven venture venture yenLure ¬
ture out of d dors or met rough rou h t1at treatmentand treatment treatmentand Jt JtRnd
and In several tJ Instances In n s iuffred ulrd minor minorInjuries mInorrjurles mihortljuries
Injuries rjurles front being beln buffeted btfll about ahoutbY ahoutbYsdden br brsudden bysudden
sudden sdden sufcts gus gueso of wlnfl wlnf The telegraph telegraphand tel pb pband
and telephone t wire Irtp are down downto do doto dow dowto
to the south and west of hero hecoand h1 heroand
and no reports of possible damage dama t to tocoast tocoast tocoast
coast towns or to shipping can be re received received recelved ¬
ceived here before bffore morning It I is esti estimated est estimated ¬
mated the wind reached rathed I a velocity yelocl of offrom offrom offrom
from 60 to 70 mjjofi mi ines jn 11 hour hourADMIRAL hourADMIRALDEWEY
584 584DMIRAl
ADMIRAL ADMIRALDEWEY DEWEY BACK BACKBrings BACKBrings BACKBrings
Brings Kind Words From Pres President President President ¬
ident Palma Pal a to United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesWashington Statesashington StatesWashington
Washington March a ch 10 19Admlrl 19AdmlrlDewc 19Admiral 19AdmiralDewey Admiral AdmiralDewcy
Dewey Dewc who returned returne yesterday ceterda from fromthe fromthe frontthe
the navy maneuvers In southern suthern wa waters WBtrs va vatiers ¬
tiers trs called cled on President Roosevelt to today today today ¬
day to present to him a personal pEronal men message mensage ¬
sage sge of good god will wi from r mm m President Preident Palme Palmeof
of Cuba Cub The admiral a mlral told the presi president vrfa preMdent ¬
dent that the of the
people new re republic 1 republic ¬
public publc were notably prosperous properouJ and andthat andthat andthat
that both bl President Palma and the Cu Cuban Cuban Cuban ¬
ban people attributed atribute their prosperity prosperityto
to t the government government of of the United Unied State StatePresident Sttf StatesPresident
President Palma after afer elaborating laboratng to tothe tothe
I the admiral admlrl the excellent e eeIent eonditiem of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the island Islam1 Raid to him that they owed owedit
it all al to this thlt country countryAdmiral lountrjAdmiral countryAdmiral
Admiral Dewey expressed OXIrcsSd his hi pleas pleasure plRf pleasure ¬
ure ule at the t ondIUon on the th islands an anhe ashe
he himself himsel had observed obsre them He said saidthe sid sidt saidthe
the t sugar crop this year will wl aggre aggregrato aggr aggrgat aggreggte
grato gat 1000000 1000 tons ton and that the te tobacco tobaccooutput to tooutput tobpccooutput
output was 8S greater geater than tan ever e r before befoIdwas beforejLnvJessnsiss
jLnvJessnsiss jes f wak waS was being bpir behi ropresaad r pre stern sternJy strn strnr stprnhe
Jy to r he pxcellant pcplhantcrurl rural guards4118 guards4118great qlars giiards4u1great
great rea dwfwa Tieing oHns betn given to the th 1 vait vaitItation tfrt tfrtHation
Hation laton tnal of the Ut cities HP Hr thouht Ha Havana 11 11vana 1luvana ¬
vana was really rtaJJ more healthful hf8lhful than thanmost thal thanmost
most ot American AmprMn cities cUes e of equal slz slzUNITED slze slzUNITED slzUNITED
UNITED STATES WILL WILLRECOGNIZE VJILLRECOGNIZE WILLRECOGNIZE
RECOGNIZE MORALES MORALESWashington MORALESWa6igto MORALESWashington
Washington Wa6igto March IDI 19It Tt in i probable probablethat prbabl prbabltbat probablethat
that an ali end may nll be made to the Do Dominican Domlnl Dominican ¬
minican mlnl < u difllcultieft dlfuJI hy the thf extension on onthp Onthe
the thp part prt of tho th United Pnie tnltedStates States SOt govern government oTer oTerm
menl m nt of full fu recognition rfognlton to General GenEral Mo Morales Momules 10 10raiN ¬
raiN as president prfdent of San Srn Domingo Jomingo omingi One Oneresult Onereault ne
result r J of the Mayflowers llay trip was a to toconfirm toconfIrm i iconfr
confirm confr the t official Qm Qm4aJOplflIOfl a1 opinion owf that tht Morales Moraleshas Moralesban I
has Ia sufficient MumeItnt strength of oCh81artr ofeharacter character and andresources andresources
resources to maintain a stable govern government government OVlrn ¬
ment if the United rnl d States Stattsanl Statesani and other na nationr natkm a
tionr will wi prevent toe tbemllt Illicit supply of ofarms
arms nn and < i ammunition ammQitnn The state de department deprtmnt department ¬
partment prtmnt hug already aJre y given gven some 2me infor inCormatot informatlon
matlou matot on this thll subject subj C to the shipping Ippins IppinsInterests
interests Interests doing buJ bUllntM business In w with San Do Domlngo Domingo
mingo having ha g satisfied atsfed itself Itsel that thlt near nearly ner nearly ¬
ly all arms and ammunition ammuniton imported importedinto mprtl
into San Sn Domngo came from the Unit United United
ed States and there may be further acr ac action
tion In that direction lireCtan before long all
wih with the th view vip to terminate tfrmLRte the present presentdeplorable presentdeplorable
deplorable deplorble condition comtton in San Domingo Domingowithout Domlnlo Domlnlowithout Domingowithout
without direct Intervention Interventon by the theUnited
United rnled States StatesPROFESSOR StatMPROFESSORLANGLEY StatenPROFESSOR
PROFESSOR PROFESSORLANGLEY LANGLEY LANGLEYWILL LANGLEYWILL
WILL TRY TRY AGAIN AGAINj AGAINwashington
washington u hlngto March laJh 19 19Uhough Although though
BKccess 8t < es to In sight I ht according ordlng to his hisstatement
statement 1tatemnt to the fortlnetttions forUfMlons board
Profr Plol Profcsts or r T Langley TnleJ him 1u declined deUntl to mak makeon <
any on request reluft for a further allotment alotment of ofmoney ofmony offlhflC
money flhflC to carry T on f his experiments expeHmentsi expelmetl
with ih bin hil aerodrome aeHlrn The board also alsohas
has detid dfld decided > d that it i I to not advisable
at this time tmc to irake I further frther turtherexpendi turtherexpenditures expendl expendlturcs txpedl txpedltures
tures in that Uft direction tldn IseCtOU So fo far the thebord theboard
board bord had allotted alote 4 108 iOEi 060 far or the flying lying flyingmachine
machine Jfhlnl At 1 t the last J 6 meeting metng Profes Profe Profesear
sor sr ear Langley lngy in an amtY1 vw fo r a request requestproduced requet requetpou requestproduced
produced pou a financial fnnlnl statement ttemMt show showJ showlag
lag J how hw he had expended epllde the funds fundsIi fundsIn fundsIii
Ii In reply rpI to A question Iueston he said sid he heU hetougbt
tlought U ught1lh with a a further futt er allotment alottp t of of2Oeo
26000 5O the machine could be made to toI toiI1
fly I He however did not ask ask out outright outright outright
right for this sum and the board bonr acted acte
as a stated 5tat d Above bt It is probable that thatregardless thatrfrdless
regardless rfrdless of the action acton of the war wardepartment wardepartment
department the experiments experiment will wl eon continue eontnue eontinue ¬
tinue tnue with wltl the aid of c private funds fundsARMY fundsc fundsARMY fundsARMY
ARMY j1FFICER OFFICER HAS HASBOTH HASBOTH HASBOTH
BOTH LEGS BROKEN BROKENBuffalo BROKENBuffalo
Buffalo March 15 lM 111Major Major tjor Theodore TheodoreA Theore TheoreA
A Blngiiam Blngam United States Sttt5 engineer enJlleer in incharge Incharge
charge chrg of the thcBuffalo j Buffalo Bufalo office ofce was wa bad badly badly ¬
ly J injured In an accident ac ldent today while whilesuperintending whie whieluperlBtndlpg whilesuperintendip
luperlBtndlpg superintending the hoisting hoistng of a launch launchin launch launchIn
in the harbdr harb r The accident was due dueto duet
harbr
to t the falling of a derrick which whichcaught whichcaught
caught ught MajqV isJ Majot Bingham Blnhnl and Quarter Quartermaster QUfrtel QUfrtelmAter Quartermaster ¬
master mAter Dufty Dur and narrowly narowly missed missedsome missec
some other government govcrnm t employes who whowere whowere
were at work petting getIng the th launch out outof
of the water Both Major Blnghams Blnghamslegs mnglams mnglamsI I
legs I s were WtI broken brokenMRS brokenMRS
MRS GALLAGHER GAl AGHER WILL WILLGET WILLGET I
GET OUT OF PRISON PRISONDes
Des Moines olnes la March arch 1By 19By 19 By re reversing reersing reversing ¬
versing the lower courts rourts decision to today todny
day dn tho supreme court of Iowa Iowa re releases release inleases ¬
leases lease Mrs Irs Ida Ida Gallagher Galaghcr accused 8Cusd of ofmurdering ofmurderinG ofmurdering
murdering murderinG her he husband hUfband Mrs Ir5 Galla Gallagher GaUagher Gailagher ¬
gher was wa tried and acquitted her evi evidence evIdence en endenee ¬
dence tending to fasten Casto the crime on onCharles onCharles onCharles
crme
Charles Hollady an accomplice accomplce who is isnow i inow Isnow
now serving srlnS a a life lte sentence for the thecrime thecrI thecrime
crime crI She was afterward aCerward tried on a acharge acharge acharge
charge of perjury perjur convicted and sen sentenced sentenced seatenced ¬
tenced to twenty years year An appeal was wastaken w wtaken wastaken
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I Captain Piper of f New York Y f rk Makes Mal Malca e a Sensational Report ReportConcerning ReportConGeFning ReportConGerning
Concerning the Efficiendy Effcie 9yof of tthe the ttheCKic Chicago ChicagoPolice ChlcagoPolce go goPolice
Police Polce Force 1
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Iu I IIICAGO IICAGO March 19 19uThoc lDThorc There Is Isp 1 1prelcaIY isIi
C Ii p practically prelcaIY no discipline dlscpJne and th thforee thit thitforce < x xforce
force could hardly bardl be b In a worse worsestate worsestate worsestate
state With Ylh these thec words today lda Cap Captujn CaptJp Captuii
tujn tJp Alexander texan er Bogs ni B s Blpeuy Dlp Iipi 1 T WS < Si A Athe Aretired f f11eUreft
retired ormerd t u q QJ of ofthe
the Nw N w Yorkpolice nepartmch whQ whQhas ihiohas ho hohas
has been in Chicago for seven weokjr weokjrinvestigating week weekInvestigating
investigating inesUga tinS the Chicago police force forceelectrified forceelectrified >
electrified the membersof the City club clubHe ciubHe I
He was making D1 klng a report of his investi investigation in investigation tI tIgatton ¬
gation which was begun at the In Inntance Instance instance
stance of the club a at > > a result of the thealleged th tha1Jged thealleged
alleged undue un ue prevalence of crime in inChicago InChlcuJo inChicago
Chicago ChicagoAccording ChicagoAccording
According to Captain Pipers Plp > rrpport rrpportehlCaJO report reporttile reportte I
tile Chicago police are in a disgraceful disgracefulcondition dl disgracefulcondition gracefu gracefufOndltlon
condition of demoralization and ineffi inefficiency ltuelflcieney ¬
ciency Ienc Jnstpad Instadof of protecting citizen citizenfrom cit1zertfrom
from criminals the members tn mbers of the thoforce lhaforce theforce
force arc drinking In sdloous playing playingslot plaingslot playingslot
slot machines or gossiping g05st lng on the thestreets tbeRtree thestreet
streets Rtree PatTrolmiSn were accused uccuse of oftaking oftaking I
taking to thein thei < holes hOlr at attovery every ops opsportunit op opportunity
portunit instead of 0 walking their theirRt8
beats Rt8 Old and incapacitated Int pneltatt > d men were I
found In soft aoftsuinps snaps robbing the de ¬
partment of active men sorely need needed needed needed ¬
ed
Open Gambling GamblingOtun GamblingOuii
Otun gambling nbllng was found by b Cap Capt CapWIVll1f1r Captpintpur
t inPlnor WIVll1f1r < handlioQk running prac practlftmiTy practt practibaiB
tlftmiTy tt 01 a j allover atloY all over r the city clt Som Somfr SomtnoC of o the theThe thep thepaitetUpit
p paitetUpit Jt wwQIl l ljQqses Vte qasserted p serted to tob tobeliTTilIt
b beliTTilIt o nnt for UEHtI ute atid4 j1rgrn digractt tq tIle tIleit tilecity
city it
cityThe The administration a mi 18traUon of the criminal criminallaws criminallvs rimlnRIlAW5
laws at the he ilarrlsonstreet flarrsonstrtet police lIe court courtwas cOurtwas courtwas
was found to be more like mob law lawthan htwthan lawthan
than order orderCaptain orderaCaptain orderCaptain
Captain Piper expressed t sympathy sympathyfor tJthpathfor
for the head of the Chicago force and anddeclare anddeC1nri anddeclares
declare that Chief ONell ON 1t Is an hon honest honest boaeat ¬
est overworked ovelwor d man doing the best besthe besthO beathe
he can whit Hlh the tools at his com comnisml comIpand cornipanil
nisml Ipand ipanilPolice f fPolice o
Police inspectors iD5p insp ctolS and sergeants come comeIn comeIn comein
In for roughhandling rough handUng In the > report reportA reportA
A pollee commissioner c6mmlssloner to be ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed by the mayor and to hold of office office offlee ¬
fice for at least five years at a term terman termn ternian
an n increase in < rease of 2000 more patrolmen patrolmenand
and the weeding wcedlngfrom from the present force forceof forceof forceof
of fully 400 men who are character characterized characteriz characterized ¬
ized iz d as too old or Incapacitated by b bad badhabits badhabits badhabits
habits are Captain Pipers remedies
TICIT SCAlPERS ARE ENJOINED ENJOINEDRailroads
Railroads Score a Great Victory Over the Brokers in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Circuit Court of Appeals Appealsat ppeaIsat
at St Louis
C k T LOUIS Marqh rar h 19 19Judge Judge Amos AmosThaycr AmosThlLYQr
ST 0 Thayer In the United States cir circuit olrcult circult ¬
cult court of appeals today toda over overruled overiruled
ruled the demurrer of the thirty Utlrt ticket ticketbrokers lItketblokers ticketbrokers
brokers to the petition of certain cert In rail railroads ranrORds railrosils
roads whoasked who asked the court for an Inv Invjunction In Injunction mijunction
junction torestrain to r restraiil tmirt the brokers from fronvscalping frOmscalping
scalping Worlds fair tickets The itt Itvjunction ittjunction
junction jun tlon < to restrain the scalpers sen Ifers will willtherefore willtherefore I
therefore be granted grantedThe grantedThe grantedThe
The railroads complained that theticket the theticket
ticket brokers were ere sailing 5ltin tunuusOl tunuusOlportions unuus1 unuus1portions I
portions of r reduced duced rate contract tick tickets tlc tideseta
ets to third persons Jt n5 and that thfty th wero weroprepared wereprepared I
prepared to do this upon nn extensive extensivesHle extenslv extensivnseale 1
sHle 14 tle during the Worlds fair fairThey fnirTh fairThey >
They Th asked the United UnitedStates Slates court courtto
to Issue nn tn injunction against a this thisscalping thmsCftlping thIsscalping
scalping of excursion ticket ticketThe tlckotPtThe tiekotmThe
The defendants filed with Judge JudgeThayer JudgeTbayer JudgeThayer
Thayer a demurrer In which It was wassought wassought wassought
sought to have the injunction refused refusedupon refusedupoq
upon two grounds groundsfirst flrst on the he point pointof pointof pointof I
of equity the defendants alleging that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they were well within their rights rightssecond rightssecond
second upon a point of multifarious multifariousness I
ness the plaintiffs allying in their ac ¬
u ution
tion when they the should properly have haveacted haveatted
acted Independently IndependentlyJudga IndependenUJudge I IJudge I
Judge Thayers Decision DecisionIn
In his decision Judge Thayer over overnuled oerJ1uled overuiuied
nuled the demurrer upon both points pointsIn
In his decision Judge Thayer says saysThe sashe saysIiie
The he complaining pdrtles p rtfeEl have the theright
right to sell round trip and commit commUtatlon commtftatlon committation
tatlon tickets over their respective respectiveroads respectiverOliW respectiveroads
roads at reduced rates and on con condition condition conditlon ¬
dition that they the shall only be good in inthe Inthe inthe
the hands of the original purchasers purchasersand purchasersanet
and anet shall not be transferred Con Contracts Contraets Contracts ¬
tracts of this sort between a carrier carrierand carrierand
and Its passengers are lawful lawfulTHe lawfule lawfulHe
THe He e recites that the statute laws of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the state of Missouri and also the in interstate Int Intstate ¬
terstate t r tate commerce law forbid the sale saleof saleof saleof
of such tickets by b any 8n but the rail rallroads railrOads railrOads
roads roadsAgain rOadsAguln rOadsAgain
Again he says The defendants are arepreventing arepreventing arepreventing
preventing the complainants from a aright aright aright
right which the law confers or at atleast atJ atlettst
least J st they the are preventing the complain complainleast complaInleast complainleast
least they are preventing the complain complainants complaInants complainants ¬
ants from transacting their business businessIn
In a perfectly lawful way
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FILIPINO REBELLION REBELLIONCleveland l IN OHIO OHIOCleveland I Iof
Cle Cleveland I March h 19 19Wild Wild d scones of disorder ord marked ma the opening openingof openl
of the twentysixth congressional congr SSionUl convention here today tol1a as a result resultof
of a fight between the Dick and andFJJJpino Filipino factions The trouble troubiestarted troubiestartedwhen started startedwhen startedwhen I I i
when the Dick men nominated Charles Leach as chairman the Fill Filipinos FUlpinos Fillpinos ¬
pinos having already alread selected J C Ward of Lake county as s5the the pre presiding presiding presiding ¬
siding officer When Leach attempted to take the chair he was as assaulted assauJttd assnulted ¬
saulted by the Filipinos and a handtohand fight followed which whichquickly whichqulckb whichquickly
quickly became general generalThe generalThe generalThe
The police finally arrived in inorcc force and restored partial order Each Eachfaction Eachtaction Eachfaction
faction however nominated Its oyn committees and ticket The Fill Filipino FUlptno Fillpinos ¬
pino renominated Jacob A A Beldfer Bel dl for congress and A T Spitzer Spltzerand Spitzerand Spitzerand
and F H Eggers as delegates tojlhe to tothe 1he national convention co entlon The Dick Dickdelegates Dickdelegate Dickdelegates
delegates nominated Jacob A Beldicr for congress by b acclamation and andchose andchose andchose
chose J B Serbe and A T Spietzer as delegates to the national con convention concu1l0n convention ¬
vention ventionThe ventionThe cu1l0nrhe
The local adherents Lo of Senator Foraker are known as Filipinos FilipinosThe FilipinosThe FilipInosThe
The former Hanna followers arenow arc no termed Dick men being under underthe undethe underthe
the leadership of Senator Dick
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EMPLOYES JUMPED JUMPEDFOR JUMPED JUMPEDFOR JUMPEDFOR
FOR THEIR LIVES LIVESNew LlVE LlVENew LI VES VESNew
New York March 19 19DurinG During a fire flreTn firelit firein
Tn in the sevenStory furniture store storehouse storehouse storehouse ¬
house of R J Homer Co today todayone todayone todayone
one man was badly burned and an another another another ¬
other was seriously injured by jump jumpInff jumptng jumPrIng
Inff from a window Ten men were wereforced weretprced wer werXprced
forced to jump from the second seco d story storyto sto stoto stor storto
to a roof below Annie Helu lgY lt vhq vhqwas hr hrwas no nowas
was working alone In the rear of the
I
fourth floor was cut off from the stair stairway stairway stairway ¬
way Two employes emplo es carried her to a avjndow a1dow awnclow
vjndow and by b forming a living bridgehelped bridge bridgehelped
helped 1 her to a nearby building Loss LossooOo
60000 60000mISH
mISH LAND STOCK STOCKLondon STOCKLondon STOCKLondon7
London London7 March 19 19The The government governmenttoday g gOvernmenttoday ernment ernmenttoday
today summoned the Issue of 525000 525000AHrln 325000ObOjn 25000In
AHrln ObOjn In 2 23 per cent stock under the therisji theb the1ph
risji 1ph b land act of 1903 The Issue price price1IKSS1 pricep pricefyss
1IKSS1 fyss p 88t The list closes on or before beforeMarch beforestarch beforeMarch
March 25
ON ONE HUNDRED KILLED KILLEDDatto KILLED KILLEDDaffo
Datto Ali and His Moros M ros Get Getthe Getthe I
the Burnt End of the theStick theStick theStick
Stick StickManila StickInnlJa StickManila
Manila March 19 19NeWfi News of an im important Important haportant ¬
portant military engagement ngagem > nt has just justbeen jU8tbeen justbeen
been received from Catabato < capital capitalof
of the t province of Mindanao MindanaoOn
On March 7 detachments detachments ofthe of the Sev Seventeenth Se Seenteenth Seyenteenth ¬
enteenth and a ad Twentythird Twant thlrd infantries infantriestroopB infantritrooPR infantriestroob
troopB troob B tr of if tlC tit Fourteenth cavalry eavalr and andCareys andGa andGaUeys
Careys Ga e s battery in all 4S 4iO 0 strong un under untier undgr
tier command of paneoU P6J1 At Leonard LeonardWoodT Leonardw LeonardWOodattaeked
WOodattaeked w WoodT otf attacked and captured 3ptur d the cotta cottafOrt cottafOrt
fOrt rt which was as held by the Datto Ali Aliwho AUwho Allwho I
who resists rel ts the antislavery antllaYQr law la His Hisdefensive illstefensfe Hisdefensive
defensive works were destroyed d strO ed and andtheir andtheir
their abandonment forced < by bythe the accu accurate RC accurate < U Urate ¬
rate fire > of the battery Two thousand thousandMoros thousand thousandMoros housandlloro I
Moros made their retreat with Ith H t loss of
100 The Americans Ameri 8ns < sustained no loss lossTwentyfour lo lossTwentyfour s sTwentytour
Twentyfour cannon fortysix lantakas lantakasnative IAl1takJHCnative Iutaksanative
native artillery and a large quantity quantityof
of ammunition were fOre captured and the thefortifications t tfortifications thefortifications
fortifications razed razedtMajor razedtMajor razeduMajor
tMajor Truitt and Captain MacCoy MacCoypursued MacCoypursued lacCoypursued
pursued and captured captur d the Datto Iyban lybangun Iybangun Iybangun
gun and his retainers Troops are now nowtrailing nowtraiUng nowtrailing
trailing All AllESCAPE AllESCAPE AllESCAPE
ESCAPE THEHANGMAN THEHANGMANChauncey THE HANGMAN I IChauncey IChauncey
cowl cowlboys
Chauncey Dewey De Deweyand ey and His Cow Cowboys Cowboys ¬
boys Acquitted on Mur Murder Murder Murder ¬
der Charge Chargeorton
Norton orton Kan 1 March 19 Cbauncey CbaunceyDewey CbaVICeyDewe ChasiceyDewey
Dewey Dewe and his two cowboys Clyde Clydeson wH wHson Vlison
son and AVilllam llIIam J McBride 1 < Bide were ac acquitted acqultttd Scquitted ¬
quitted tonight of the Ut charge chare of muru murder murdfrIn murdering > r rInp
Inp In Burchard Berry rry by b a jury which had hadconsidered badeO hadComidered
considered eO the case tweneight hours hoursChauneey bounChauneey bournChauneny
Chauneey Dewey a young millionaire millionaireranchman millionaireranebman
ranchman chman went to Cheyenne De county countyKansus countyKan countyKansas I
Kansas Kan s early in 1900 to manage the theDewey thtDewey theDewey
Dewey ranch Soon after his arrival arrivalthere arrivalthere
there he beam bc 1m involvedIn involved in trouble with withtho withthe withtoo
too Berry B rry family ramll who w we verealso re also promi prominent promifont roml romlnent ¬ II
nent cattlemen Trivial mlsunderstttttd mlsunderstttttdInp
Inp In grew gre into int serious differences which whichterminated whlebterinlnKtet whichterminated
terminated In the killing of Burcbard BurchardBerr BurebardBerry j
B Berr Berry rry in June 103 1It at the home of Ai Aipheufi AInheUl Alpheus
pheufi Berry 4wring rin a sight tt ht hi which whichDewey whichDewey
Dewey and ten of his cowboys were pit pitted pitted pItted ¬
ted against all of the Berry Dewey E and andhis ancihis andhis I
his cowboys eowbo went to the Berry ranch to toget toget toget
get a tank that Dewey Dt w hart bought In at ata ata ata
a sheriffs s esie 81e le The feud had grown bit bitter bitter ¬
ter before th this s time and when the Dew Deweys D Deys Deweys
eys started to take the tank away awa the theBerry theBerry theBerry
Berry boys rode up and a battle then the took tookplace tookplace
place between betwE n the two factions Burch Burchard BUlTbard Berthard I
ard Daniel and Alph Ipheus as Berry were werekilled werekilled I
killed killedPROFESSOR I IPROFESSOR
e I
PROFESSOR PROFESSOfeANNeOY ANNOYED ANNOYEDBY D DBY
BY GIGGLING GIRLS GIRLSUniversity GIRLSi GIRLSUniverslt GIRLSC GIRLSUniversity
C i
University Universlt of California March 19 19Professor i iProfessor iProCessor
Professor Mill Gayley nead of the theEnglish theEnglish
English department who has been beenprominent beenromlnent beenprominent I
prominent recently on account of his hispronounced hispronounced
pronounced stand against coeducation coeducationtook coeducationtook coeducationtook
I
took his poetry class of 100 young wo women women wemen
men severely severel to ta task k this afternoon In Inarraignment Inhis Inhis
his arraignment of the coeds the pro professor professor > ¬ i
fessor said 1C God Almighty or the theAngel theAngel theAngel
Angel Gabriel G brltl wrote a poem It would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not interest you ou You are nothing but butgiggling butgigglIng
giggling girls glrl Half of you ou ought to be bemade bfmade bemade I
made to to pay tuition Class dismissed dismissedProfessor diBmlseedProf dismissedProressor
Professor Prof ssor Gayley was trying to tell tellthe tellthe
the class about theglories of some new newpoetry newpoetry I I
poetry but they the were apparently not notInter notintertlsted
interested Inter Sted When Professor Gayley had haddelivered haddelivered
delivered his admonition he tossed ed his hisbooks hisbooJ hisbooks I
books into a hand grip and left the theclass theclass theclass
class room leaving leavin the class in a astate astate
I
state of bewilderment bewildt > rtnel1t There Is now nowgreat nowgreat nowgreat
great indignation among the coeds coedsAMERICAN coedsAMERICAN I
CSt
AMERICAN TRADE TRADESHOWS TRADESHOWSIMPROVEMENT TRADESHOWS
SHOWS SHOWSIMPROVEMENT SHOWSIMPROVEMENTYlnko IMPROVEMENT IMPROVEMENTYinkow
Yinkow March 10 lOOffidal Ofllclal reports reportsdealing reportsdealing reportsdealing
dealing with the Manchurian trade up upto upto upto
to the beginning of the war show a acontinuous acontinuous acontinuous
continuous Increase Independent Ind pendent of offoreign ofl offoreign
foreign Investments and also the com commercial commercIal corninercial ¬
mercial influence inllu nee of Russia even be before before before ¬
fore the railway was completed The Thegrowth Thegro I Igrowth
growth gro th of American trade is also alsoshovn alsohown alsoahOwn
shovn hown to be greater In Manchuria thart thartelsewhere thalelfcwhere thautelsewhere
elsewhere in China making New NewChuang NewChuang 1 1Chuang
Chuang third In Importance 6C Chl Chlinese Chl1ncae i incse
inese ports portsSTEAMER portsSTEAEB
IS ISSTEAMER I
STEAMER ON ONNew FIRE FIRENe PIBENew
New Ne Orleans March arch 19 19The The Leland Lelandliner Lelandliner Lelandliner
liner Atlantlan Is afire at her dock dockhere dockhere dockhere
here She has on board 12000 bales balesof balesof
I Iot
of cotton and large consignments conslgnm nts of ofgrain ofgraIn I Igrain
grain and inlsaeljneoug ml1 JJ eou freight The Thehatches ThehatehOs i
hatches hath s have been b ezi losed and steam Is Isbeing Isbeing
1 being used to extinguish the blaze J
CONFESSES TO TOTWO TOTWO I ITWO
TWO MURDERS MURDERSNicholas
t
Nicholas Naronovich Admits AdmitsCommitting AdmitsC AdmitsCommitting
Committing C mmittingCrimes mmittingCrimesDENIES Crimes CrimesDENIES CrimesDENIES
+
DENIES SLAYING THE WOMAN WOMANDECXARES WOM WOMANDECLARES N NI NDECLARES
I
DECLARES SHE COMMITTED SUI SUICIDE SUIOIDEOONFLICTnrG SUXOIDECONPLICTING ¬
CIDE OIDEOONFLICTnrG CONFLICTING TALES TALESiICOLAS TALESt TALESN TALESt
t t
M COLAS NABtONOVICH NA1tO YICH confessed confessedto eoD eoDte confaeed confaeedLi
N Li to two murders yesterday y erday Sheriff SheriffISmery iff iff3tn4iry ff ffEmery
Emery is firmly convinced h he te teguilty Iguilty litguilty
guilty of two other of which he is ac aeCusec cccuse accused ¬
cused cusedQuestioned CusecQue cuse cuseQuestioned
Questioned Que Uoned through George J Btellcb Btellcbassisted BIeUchttMlsted BlehIchasted
assisted by John KoinbAB two t inter interpreters IllteIpreten interpretera ¬
preters Xaronovlch made damaging damagingadtnteeione dpngadmltleioRP damaGIngadmissions
admissions yesterday ay Although Utough It he de denied cleDied doiiled ¬
Died killing his sweetheart he eon eonfeaeed CODted confeed
ted to stabbing Kade VidovJc in inSouth InSouth inSouth
South Chicago Dec D 2ft to 1903 and be hemitted ad admitted admItted ¬
mitted that h he wag wa aJ present He elt at the mur murder Murder aturdci ¬
der of Nicolas GaKwla G 1a in Bart Austria Aurtria Aus Auetria
tria three years ago He denied kill killing klllIIIC killlug ¬
ing an Italian in South Chicago ctajca as aschaige4 8 8cIug j jcharged
charged cIug and he declared the t woman womanhe wOfDanhe womanhe
he te alleged al to have slain committed committedsuicide ommltledsutelde committedsuicide
suicide suteldeOath
Oath of Vendetta VendettaIt
It was a through An oath ef f vendetta vendettathat ve vendettathat detta dettatJlat
that Naronovich was 8 captured Nice Xtookw NIeolYe NiceIsle
kw Gajruia Ia had five brothers On his htedeath hisctUt hisdeath
death they tM swore an oath of revenge revengeEvery reven revenE ievengeEvery
E Every ry relative scattered te I various Yat1ol11P1l varlojsperth i ipart
part of the earth received the same samellPTTrtH 5a1lleDte5 samenieenige
llPTTrtH nieenige nieenigeNicoles ll llNleehut C I
Nicola Naronovich has kitted our oarbrother ourbIothu ourbrother
brother was the word Seek him himout himout himout
out wherever whereerhe he may be and take re revenge re reen invenge ¬
venge vengeThe vengeThe en e eThe
The meeeage came to Peter Redmano Redmanovlch RCllmanovJch Redinanovich
vlch brotherlnfew of the victim at atOgden atOgden atOgden
Ogden By B the merest chaiico he was wasin was1ft wasin
in a saloon where whtereNaronovich here Naronovich was talk talkIng talkWhere talkJag
Jag IngWhere Where did you ou come from 1 he heasked beasked heasked
asked askedWhen askedWhen
askedhen When hen told the angry brotherinlaw brotherinlawblurted brotherIn1awblurted brotherinlawblurted
blurted out outYou outYou outYou
You killed my brotherinlaw Nico Nicolas Nicolas Nicelas ¬
las Gegula GegulaNaronovich GagulaNarollovlCh GagniaNaronovich
Naronovich assumed a < an air of brava bravado brayado brassdo ¬
do Shrugging his shoulders he said saidWell k1
Well what does It matter I am amready amready sinready I
ready to marry his widow
Fled Prom Police PoliceRedmanovich PoliceRedmaDOich PoliceRedinanovich
Redmanovich sought the t e police but butNaronovich butNaronovlch butNaronovich
Naronovich promptly lied He was not notcaptured notcaptured notcaptured
captured until taken in by Deputy DeputySheriffs Depul7Sherift DeputySheriffs
Sheriffs Steele and Beckstead BecksteadThe Beck Beckste4The t tThe
The prisoner wa was submitted to a acourse aCOUr8e acourse
course of questioning que tloohtJ yesterday by byGeorge byGeorge byGeorge
George J Btelirh through whom his hiswhereabouts IdawheNltbouts hiswhereabouts
whereabouts was discovered discoveredShall dl discoveredShahl eoveredShan
Shall I confess s or deny every everything everything everything ¬
thing asked the man manBetter maBBeUer nunsBetter
Better confesS cof said Bielich If Ifyou Iou 1fyou
you ou dont youll be sent back to toAustria toAustria toAustrl
Austria and you 00 know what will hap happen happen happea ¬
pen to you there thereThus tbereThU6 thereThus
Thus urged the man although tell telling tellkll telibig ¬
big kll eonttlcUng stories admitted his hisgunt Illsgunt hisguilt
gunt of part of the crimes alleged allegedagainst aJlegedagainst allegedagainst
against him himI kimuI himI
uI I dm not kill the woman he de declared de deIared deelarmt ¬
clared IOShe She was waS my wife I mar marTriatl marITWtl marSite
Triatl Ulfcr r She te JWOjfUl w4uU ihlIoty not sotUve sotUvenml Uvc wftfejn wftfejnMid a
Mid sh site JfiSnfMMl jtn iirthe hi th river riv inatas inatasdrowned attYvas attYvasdrowned a wa5 wa5drownfd
drowned I served s ned five mouths and andwas aMwasJ andwan
was wasJ let go goHe OH goHe
He H could not explain why wayhe he should shouldserve shotlklserve shouldserve
serve live months Imprisonment Imp olent to ex expiate expia cxplate ¬
plate pia the suicide of his wife wifeKilling wifeKilling 1Ce 1CeXil1in
Killing Xil1in of the Woman WomanThe WomanThe WomanThe
The story which hleh reaches the officers officersis
is that he killed the he woman and threw threwher threwher threwher
her body into the riVer because she shedeclined shedffllned shedeclined
declined to marry him The woman womandied wooumdied womandied
died at Wrabax Austria He admitted admittedthat admlUedthat admittedthat
that Nicholas Gagula had been killed killedIn
In his presence presenceWe pre edCeye presenceWe
We ye were at a dance he said saidThis saidIOThl saidThk
This was a in BarlH Austria There Therewas Theretrouble Therewas
was trouble and he was a killed Some Somebody S0mebody Somebody ¬
body shot him himLater blmlAtter himLater
Later he said hit > brother committed committedthe
the murder Asked why he left the thecountry theO thecoulutry
country O t he replied he was afraid be hemight bemight bemight
might be suspected At another time timehe tlm tlmhe timehe
he substantially admitted that he had hadbeen badDetn hadbeen
been the murderer murdererThe murdererThe murdererThe
The murder of an Italian in South SouthChicago SouthCkleago SouthChicago
Chicago three > years ago as charged chargedhe
he denied He did admit however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that he had stabbed Rade Vidovic Vidoviclast Vldolclast Vidovlclast
last December baek of Toni Colovlcs Colovlcssaloon Colovfcssaloon Colovlessaloon
saloon 10626 Torrence avftnue fnue South SouthChicago SouthChicago SouthChicago
Chicago ChicagoWe ChicagoYe ChicagoWe
We Ye had some trouble back of the thesaloon thesaloon thesaloon
saloon he said Rade was going to tokill tokill tokill
kill himself I tried to hold his hands handsbufr handsbu handshub
hub bu he stabbed his hisehin chin In the fight fightI
I stabbed him in the stomach He Hewas Heall Hewas
was all taken to a hospital but he got gotwell gotwell gotwell
well wellWord
Word from Chicago is to the effect effectthat eI effectthat ect ectthat
that Vidovic died diedGreeks diedGr diedGreeks
Greeks Gr ks and Austrian s working rldDg on the theLuein theLuin theLulein
Luein cutoff threaten to make makewkh way waywith waywith
with him if he is shown sho to be guilt guiltPrecautions guiltyPrecautions nQ nQPrecautions
Precautions are being taken to pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
vent any attempt at lynching No Noword Noword o oword
word from Chicago regarding the man manhad manhad manhad
had been received rec hed by Sheriff Emery Emeryyesterday Emeryyesterda Emeryyesterday
yesterday yesterdayNot
Not Wanted in Chicago ChicagoSheriff Chic1goSherlfC ChicagoSheriff
Sheriff Emery received a dispatch dispatchlast dispatch1ast dispatchlast
last night from from Chief of Police ONell ONellof
of Chicago which said saidDo aldDo saidDo
Do not want t Nicholas Naranovich NaranovichAH aranovichAII
AH concerned COfteern eoncernl in murder of Vidovic Vidovicunder YkIoleunder VMovIcunder
under arrest arrestBelieving arrestBellelng arrestBelieving
Believing there is probably some somemistake somemistake somemistake
mistake about this as Naranovich has haspartially haRpartial haspartially
partially partial confessed Sheriff Emery will willhold willhold willhold
hold him a little while longer and ques question question question ¬
tion him more thoroughly thoroughlyFAILURE thoroughlyFAILURE I IaIIC
aIIC aIICFAILURE
FAILURE WAS DUE TO TOFRAUD TOFRAUD
FRAUD FR UD OF TREASURER TREASURERBaltimore TREASURERBaltimore
Baltimore Md d March 19 19tIhe The he re receivers re recelvers recelvers ¬
celvers of the City Trust Banking Bankingcompany Bankingcempan Bankingcompany
company which suspended SU8Pn in June
1908 19 filed a suit todayin today m which they theycharge theycharge
charge that the cause of the banks banksfailure baliksfatlure banksfailure
failure was due to theunwarranted theunwarrantedunauthorized the unwarranted UftW8rrantec1unauthorized unwarrantedunauthorized
unauthorized and fraudulent transac transactions transactJons transeetions ¬
tions of Frank J Kohler I ohler its former formertreasurer f mertreosurer ocmer ocmertreasurer
treasurer treasurerIt
It is alleged that the bank holds holdsnotes holdsno holdsnotes
notes no for about 1 ltO04Mt OOW given by per persons per8011S perSons ¬
sons of absolutely ab nto business bu lecos or any anykind anykind anykind
kind of responsibility respon iblllt whatever which whichbear whichbear whichbear
bear the endorsement of Kohler KohlerKohler KohlerKobler KohherNobler
Nobler left Baltimore Immediately aft after aiter aftor ¬
er the suspension of the bank and Is Isreported Iereported isreported
reported to be somewhere in the west westWILI westWILL
8 0 0WILL
WILL FIGHT FOR RUSSIA HTJSSIABelgrade RUSSIABelgrade RUSSIABelgrade
Belgrade Servia March 19 19Tbe The Ser Servian Servlan Sersian ¬
vian foreign office having asked Rus RusHa Rusria Rimtia
Ha when she would ould accept volunteers
trom Servia the emperor replied that thathe thathe thathe
he would accept the services of KW 00 Ser Servians Servlans Servians ¬
vians and 600 00 Bulgarians immediately immediatelyThclr imm ImmediatelyTheir tely telyTbclr
Their enlistment begins immediately immediatelyPABKEK Imme Jatefy JatefyII
II Gltt I IPARKER
4 + + + + + + + 4 4PARKER + + + + + + + + + j Ij
t tNe
+ PARKER FOB PRESIDENT PRESIDENTf +
4 + 4 4New
+ f New Ne York March 19 19Dem 19Demcratlc Dema Demat +
1 + t cratlc county conventions held in tnOrleans 1 14Orleans + t tOrleans
4Orleans + Orleans Chemung and Cortland Cortlandf CortlandcountIes Cortlandcounties +
+ f counties today to choose delegates delegatesto +
+ to the St Loufa convention in Instructed +
4 + structed their delegates to favor favorJudge aor aorJudge +
+ Judge Alton B Parkgr Par Parkr l of this state tatefor +
4 for the presidential prSldentlal1 presidentiaIiOmlUtiOfl Tiomlnation mlu tion +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
SMOOTCASEIS SMOOTCASEISONLYSLEEPING SMOOT CASE IS ISONLY ISONLY
ONLY ONLYSLEEPING ONLYSLEEPINGProtestants SLEEPING SLEEPINGProtestants SLEEPINGProtestants
Protestants Have Furnished FurnishedList FurnishedList FurnishedList
List of Other Witnesses WitnessesGUESS WitnessesI WitnessesGUESS WitnessesGUESS
+ I
GUESS AS TO THE COMMITTEE COMMITTEETRIAL
+
TUT TRIAL AT WILL DRAG ALONG UN UNTIL UNTIL UNTIL ¬
TIL DBCEJQER DBCEJQERSpecial DBCEXEER8peelal
1 1peeial
Special to The Th nratd nratdlASHINGTON RradW TraTdA
A I lASHINGTON HINGTOX March 15 lThe The r res rIn rV
W V V < es in the Smoot hearings hf > arlngs will 1i1he willgive il ilgive
give he this city and The t hI country Nuntrybrief z zbrief i ibrief
brief respite from the th most T ost disagrrt disagrrtable diM diMable disagrcable <
able and an unsavory land l et t out b bfore 11 11fo bfore >
fore fo the public since the BeecaerTiltou BeecaerTiltoutrial Beecherrilttrial fcherrrilt11trial
trial of thirty years y a ag > But th thSmoot t thSmoot 1 1Smoot
Smoot case atte is by no means < ended The Theprotestantn PH PHprotfttant 1h 1hprotestants
protestants against permitting elmitt Ing him himretain himretain 1 1retain >
retain his seat have furnished furnl hfd the co ov ovmittee I Imlttee I Imittee
mittee on privileges pri vilee8 and elections t1fet lon v v iiii iiiia j iha t 1 1a
a long Ion lift Ii t of additional Mitnoss Mitnossvrhope witnf witnfy wiInceswhose < >
whose y testimony tpst m < ny will 111 bo given gi tn to pro prothat prnthat pr prthat >
that plural marriages have b bff been n Tr Trformed prformed p ° r rformed
formed by officers of f Hie he Murm orl1l orl1lhureh > p pchurch I Ichurch
church noUvithjrtandinjr nlltwthPiiln < linK t TOP hp empliatf empliatfdeclaration omphandeclaratin i idclaration
declaration of President Prt > Idt I It Joseph J t ph F PVSmith Fmlth FSmith
Smith that the church has < obeyol tii1 tii1law t 1i 1ilaw 11 11law
law in his hi particular III addition ajdftior ajdftiortbeSf aiditinnthese to tothese
these witnesses itnf I the th < nmiiiitte will 1nito 1 1ni Itvto 10 10to
to enfono the att aUndan ndano f A AJ Apsti ApstiJohn if tlf tlfJohn I IJohn
John Henry Smith T Tsola sa > tnwle tnwlesad ovTe ovTead owl owla1ld
ad other pro JOmlnnt nin nt M 11l11ons rnions wh whwere whIt whwere >
were It subpn suhysenad > IHfI ia d sevrral 1 fr 11 wneki a sg sgbut It Itbut o obut
but who hn have ha H ye failed k d for vn 11 iitis i iis va rc s or orto onto r rto
to put ut in an appearance appearanceWill appearannWill appearanWill >
Will Drag Along AlongThe AlongTbP AlongThe
The committee not only will take Hi Hitestimony tht tIitestimony
testimony t timon of 1 all of these thf uitretssep tresses lui luivery i ivery tIi tIiery
very ery likely will end a aubinmmitt aubinmmittcomposed tubommittOmpoMd suboniniittcomposed
composed < of part of Us it rn mtmttr natmhtrslii natmhtrsliito < cmber hi hito h I I Ito >
to Utah t tn i gather up suill liil more rvi rvideme r1 r1dene cvidenee
deme of the wrongdoings of the Mop Mormons Mopmona Io Iomons ¬
mons Utah is to receive renj I more adver advertising ad advetising I ItI ¬
tising tI ng of a certain t rtaln kind than th II ev ever r ha habeen h1bfoen habeen
been accorded any other state sta te for th thcontroversy the thpCOfttrotn thecontroversy <
controversy over Smoot and the Mir Mormons MMmona Mirmoan ¬
mona seem certain n t > be prolong prolonguntil prohngduntil prolongtuntil
until after > r the election of next xt fall fallNeither raileither fallNeither
Neither party want to line lin up against agairxthe apinthe againstthe
the Mormons or for them tht > m p ptndlnl ndlnjf th thpresidential thpre the thepresidential
presidential pre election e 1e < tlon and ooiw rnft consequent Quntl QuntlUtah < iuentlr iuentlrUtah ic icUtah
Utah and its affairs a < al are to l he e hung hungIn ui uiin 1 1In >
in the air for ventilation Y for the th r rmainder p pmalnder ratainder
mainder of this year ear and part of the thenext thpnext thenext
next nextThe nextThe nextThe
The most surprising feature of ofbwestIgation tfc tfcinvestigation t tInve
investigation to tho th who laily have havelistened ha halt hatclistened
listened to the testimony has been n th thfrankness the thprraDk thefranknesa
frankness rraDk and apparent truthfulness of ofthe efthe f fthe
the witnesses Itne t No o detail drtft iI of doni don1t dorueticaffairs ti tiaffairs i r ra
affairs a < alNl has been kept ppt brk h hy 0 ny the merit meritbers mlIlttrn me mebets
bets of the Mormon church and thero therohas th thMII ttirban
has been n no hesitation on their part patianswering M Manswering 1 1aDwering
answering the probing questions QIJ > tti1nll of ih ihlawyer 1 thlawyer hI hIawyer <
lawyer for the protestants or of mem members tnf1l1belS mciibern ¬
bern of the committee The whole coun country ceuntry flIH1tryha8
try tryha8 has been startled at th condition conditionof eonditioof onditifo
of o affairs revealed rtn alfd by these thf 4 answer answerbut an annrsbut r rbut
but at the swme me time it has bn nn nngested sits sitsgeated 1111 1111geated <
geated that the country perhaps won would wouldreceive o1l1ii o1l1iir < 1 1receiTe
receive r elve as great rtat a shock if the cmi1 cmi1tioaa enrilithins 011 1 1ttoaa
thins were ert reversed rte and the inquisitors inquisitorswere
we were put on the stand 3 aui4 n 1 i conp conpto CIII1plI CIII1plIto ianflsiid ianflsiidto
to disclose 4i tlo their th 11 private lives ax freely freelyand freelyand
and as fully fuU as the Mortnm lea It icado icadohave > R Rhave < 1 1have
have done
donCrltch10w
Critchlovr and Bliss HileeIt
It is con conceded ed d by hvth th the < Mormons TYn nl ivlv ivlvhave whhave 1 1bae
have been present pr t at the trial triai that At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney E B CYitchlow one on of f the pro protestants prntefltants protestants
testants who ho appeared as I a witness witnessand witH witHand wltiicicand
and who has been assisting asi ring In the eon rorduct eonduct or orduct
duct of the caset ca against Smoot 1 1ry wasvery was wasvery
very ry fair in his hi > statements and gen gfnn gfnnaUy gencrally r rally
ally truthful in his hi testimony t timon Mr MrSmoofs MrSmoots I l lSmoote
Smoofs friends are very critical rritiralJudge frttialJude criticalJudge
Judge Ogden en Hiles for his hip etotfnipi etotfnipithat Etlltmpthat tutonicthat
that he knew of a Mormon who h hcontracted hrt hrttontracted ha I Icontracted
contracted a plural marriage sine th thmanifesto t tmanifesto 11 11maJdtMto
manifesto and then declined to give givehis ghfhis ghehis
his name na because the > man ma a was one onehis ff ffiU < f fhis
his friends friendsWith friendsIVlth friendsWith
With the close of the hearings for fmtwo a atwo atwo
two weeks recess there te much ape apeulation sp spulation epeulation
ulation among aJDC those e who listened d to tli tlitestimony thtestimony the thetestimony <
testimony thus t t far produced as to us useffect illeffect useffect
effect upon the committee The char character character r racter ¬
acter of the questions propounded tA tAthe t tthe tthe
the witnesses by b the various individ individuals indliiiuallc1 indiv4sale ¬
sale on the committee forms the prin principal principal prircipcl ¬
cipal basis for determining the views viewsof viewsof e1 e1of
of these members The members wh whhave whhave who whohave
have been active in questioning the thewitnesses t thewitnesses h hwltuesses
witnesses are Chairman Burrows Bur = o ai 5111 5111Senators rl rlSenators < 1 1Senators
Senators Dubois Overman Bailey BaileyHoar BllfHo BaJ Ic IcHoar
Hoar r McComas cCOIII8 Foraker Beveridge BeveridgeDilltngham Be BeveridgeDthlfngbam rldgf rldgfDillingham
Dilltngham and Hopkins From the thetrend thetrend thetrend
trend of the questions they have ha f asked ankedit
it is inferred that Foraker Beveridge BeveridgeMcComas BeeridgfcComag BeveridgeMeComas
McComas an amI Dillingham are against againstunseating againstunseating agaInstunseating
unseating Smoot It seems equally equallycertain equallcertain equallycertain
certain that Dubois Burrows Overman Overmanand Overmanand n nand
and Hopkins would vote to unseat him himSoar himRoar himBoar
Soar and Bailey Doubtful DoubtfulHoar DoubtfulHotU DoubtfulHoar
Hoar and Bailey have asked search searching searchlag arh arhIng ¬
ing questions and they have not at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to conceal their apparent dis disapprobation diCapprobation disapprobation ¬
approbation qf > f Mormonism m but both bothare wof bethare h hare
are sticklers for adherence to the spirit spiritand spiritand phit11d
and letter of the constitution and it itis itIs itis
is believed bcl ecl that both are of the opinion opinionthat Olinlonthat opinionthat
that constitutionally and legally Smoot Smootis moptIs
is entitled to his seat and will vote otp to toretain toretain t a aretain
retain him Senator Pattus alw al > is a adevoted adevoted adevoted
devoted adherent adh rfnt to the constitution constitutionand c n nstitutIfland tltuthn tltuthnanel
and he is regarded rega as likely to stand standwith staudwitb standwith
with Hoarand Hoar and Bailey on the propoai proposition propoaithen ¬
then Senators Depew and Clarke hav havasked ha have haveasked 9 9asked
tlon during the > hear hearof h hearlags > Itl ItlIngs
asked no questions qlle
lags Dd have been present at but fEW fEWor fewof
classed classedas cIa d da8
of the meetings and they are
as doubtful All of these speculations speculationscontest speculationm speculationsmay
m may be upset In the final result it th thcontest thcontest
contest becomes political and the cae caeis caeIs easeis
is mad made a party question or If public publicdemand pubHcdemand publicdemand
demand for smoots expulsion becomes becomesso
so urgent that the action of the menu members mlmere menubent ¬
ere of the th committee will be influ influenced inftuenced Influenced ¬
enced by it rather than by their view viewof yiewof viewof
of the evidence eTldenceT eTldenceWALKER evidenceWALKER T v vWALKER
WALKER WANTS TO TOSELECT TOSELECT TOSELECT
SELECT INSPECTORS INSPECTORSWashington INSPECTORSWashington INSPECTORSWashington
Washington March areh1In l ItIn In conclud concluding concluding conciudIng ¬
house com committee committee cornnuittee ¬
ing his hearing Before I the
mittee on interstate and foreign com commerce Ci11merce ccrnmeree ¬
merce today Admiral Walker presi president pre9ident pretddent ¬
dent of the Panama canal commission commissionstated commisionstated cemmisSflstated
stated that actual work on the canal canalwould eaflalwould canalwould
would be begun after the commission commkwinnhad commi iln ilnhad
had made a stay of a few weeks on th thisthmus thIsthmull thisthmus
isthmus for which It was wa to sail 11 March March2i larehI
2i 2 Admiral Walker in answer to t a aaueotion aqUellUon aquestion
question said that a large number l1um r of ofinspectors ofi ofinspectors
and he hedid hedid hedid
inspectors i pfCtnrs would be engineers
did not want the law to provide that thatthey thattht thatthey
they tht should be selected through the thecivil theclyU thecivil
civil service commission conuntoaionLAW commlNIODat commissionLAW
at atLAW
LAW GIVES NEGROES NEGROESGREAT NEGROESGREAT NEGROESGREAT
GREAT PROTECTION PROTECTIONHelena
Helena Ark March 18 ItF 19Federal 19FederalJudge Federal FederalJudge iral iralJud <
Judge Jud Jacob Triber today passra a afnltentiary i ipenitentiary tpenitentiary
penitentiary sent eentnes nc upon three threwhltevappers thretwItItetSPPCrs threewhitceappers <
whltevappers convicted If > f conspiracy conwpiracyto
to intimidate negro nt > ro workmen at a I a asawmill amill asawmill
sawmill mill in Poinsette Poln ette county tOunt The de defendant drft defendaqts ¬
fendant ft > o4afttl attorney took an t n appeal tn tnthe t tothe n ntbe
the supreme court of the tnite lnittStates Unite1States > < l lStates
States proposing to test the consti constitutionality tnstitutionaHty constitutionailty ¬
tutionality of the federal teder l state enact enacting ensttlng enactIng ¬
ing Into a law the fourteenth amend amenctII amendI
1 ment to the constitution claiming that thatunder th thatunder Kt Ktunder
under this statute the negro citizen is isgranted I Igranted isgranted
II granted a protection prote tilln in the tt federal federalcourts fder fdertourts federalcourts
mell courts that is sot ot given iv n to white w whitemdii h i te temell

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