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Further Testimony T estim ny of Judge Powers PO ers l Before f e theSenate the theSenate theSenate
Senate Committee CommitteePolygamy C CommittePoIgamy mmittee mmitteePol
C i iFor
Polygamy Pol gamy Not the Worst Feature F of Mormonisn MorrnonisnjKind > Kind ild Words WprdsFor WordsFor lor s
For thePeople the People As a Whole WholeSpecial WholeCSpel1a1
4 4 + + + + 4 4 4 + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + 4 + 4 + + + + + + + 4 4SpetaI + + +
+ Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraJaVa5hJnston +
4 Washington April prfJ 28 IThe The Mormon church as an industrial Indu trial trust trustwa trustYM yf yfwag +
+ wag wa YM the theme of o Judge Powers Po rs before the Smoot Investigation cemmft cemmfttee Cftn1Ut +
4 tee t e today t da He H told of the activity alUlt of tke churchin c l1rch rch in industrial I matters mattersand mattersand +
+ 4 and of Its control over the votes of the employes CJ11plo s by reason of its oc ocf ocJuiastlc81 oci
+ f cleeiastlcal i r4astleaj rule ruleJudge I IJudge T +
+ Judge Powers brought the matter of cjiureh c urch interference Int rtrence down to tocurrent tourrt1t +
4 current events He nald Id there had ha been evidence of church domlna domlnatlon domlnaflon +
4 lIon in n the past few weeks w ekz in the he elsctlonj el eIet1oz lIon of Smoot delegates to the Re Republican Republican +
4 publican national naUon J convention onentl n The ThcCi1ndld candidates tft supported by b the Deseret D seret seretNf + 4News
+ 4 News Nf > ws the th ofllcial organ of the church ur h were were elected and those supported supportedby + f i if
+ f by Senator Thomas Kearns were defeated defeatedThf +
4 4 The Th attitude of the th younger element o of Mormons is strongly strong against again aga1ntat1y = t tuy + 4
+ 4 any reestablishtnent of polygamy pol gam today tQda the > witness wItne said Members 1lemoorsof + f fof
+ of the th old guard of Utah citizens who wh 1 had fought Mormonism for foryears forea13 foryears +
+ years ea13 were reconciled to the absence of prorifeputlon proSe utlo > n against the law la labreake18 lawbreakers + 4T
T breakers he said In the hope that with toleration the practice practlccouJd practlccouJddie would woulddie 4 4die +
+ die out with the present generation generationPol 4 4Polygamy +
4 Polygamy Pol m IB i not the th worst feature re ture of Mormonism he h said It is Isthe Isthe + f
4 + the unAmerican domination hy the hlerhrchy hierhr h hy teaching that the head h headof d 4 4of +
+ of that body bod is inspired the control of the church over politics and the theInttrmlnJlting + f fIntermingling
4 Intermingling of church Influence In the business tJ life of our people peopleIn +
4 + in closing his testimony Judge Powers I Tower1ajdhe owlnq8aidht toaidhe had no complaint to tomk f
4 make against the tb > Mormon 01l110n people pO l They Th ncera ero Indueitrious hospitable h08pltblchRrltRbl hoepItblcharitable +
4 + charitable and much the same as other pebple blJe Jt t was the system s stem of orlomnaUon 4 j
4 domination by the th church over he temporal affairs of the people that tbathe thathe +
+ 4 he objected to toWhil toVhlh +
4 Whil Powers testimony tUmoll closed today ho h was asked to remain over Ocruntil Oeruntil +
4 + until next week we k by b Chairman Burrows as itmight It might be e desired to aek aekhim 3skhim akhim
+ him further questions it If I conceded that Powers Powt testimony has hafmade h + y ymade
4 made a decided d ldtd impression on the committee as to the question of ofchurch ofhurch 4
+ 4 church Interference in Utah politics 4 4I
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
W m AI I SHINGTON April Ihen When the theinve theI thevv
I vv inve 1rve8bgatlon Ugatlnn of the Smoot case caseopened esseopenftd caseopened
opened today toda Judge O W Yo Po Por Pov Pover v vCTP
CTP er > r was again called to the stand He HoliaJ Hehad
had received M i petition prepared by byhupporters b bupporters byewpporters
hupporters of Moses OMg Thatcher for see senator seeitnr n nntnr ¬
ator addressed to the senate of the theTnited thetnitd thetntted
Tnited States alleging that tha t church in inlluences in11upnS inf1uenee
lluences had been used in the election electionand eleclonand electionUnd
and asking for au au investigation An Antther Anthpr Antthr
tther instance lnetan < e ol church interference interferencehad e ehad
had been shown llbo n he said In the may mayoralty mflYnr mayrbralty ¬
oralty nr ltt contest at Provo when Reed ReedSmoot Rtled8moot
4 Smoot favored fa vortd the candidacy of George GeorgeSutherland Geor GeorSutherland GeorgcSutherland
Sutherland The Tb witness said E llld Smoot Smoottvns SmootW3M Smootas
tvns as held In disfavor dl faor with the church churchand churchand hutChRnd
and charged with it going to the Liberal Liberalparty Lib Liberalparty ral ralparty
party partySenator partyEnator partySenator
Senator Overman a asked ked k if women womenwere womenwpre womenq
q were elected to the legislature in Utah Utahf UtahTh UtahTh
f The Th witness Itne answered in the affirma affirmative afiirmativC atflrmattve ¬
tive and said I a woman WHH WK chairman chairmanr halrmanI
or r f the judicial committee > nf the house housein hou houIn housein
in the th legislature 1 lslaturewblh which elected Mr MrDid MrmJt Mrmoot
moot n8 naiat0r naiat0rDid nJ tltr
Did she he vote ote for Smoot ask H akd knd kndfntor d dSenator
1 Senator fntor Overman OvermanJ Ove Overundt OverasanIttanifesto
1 J rundt nd i tanT2 e3mw e3mwManifesto i1I i1IManifesto
Manifesto of 1896 1896Senator lSQ6Senatr 1896Senator
Senator DubotpJu Dlibole DtiboltJudge Judge Powers P wat watdo 1 1dl
do you OU regard r rd the th chief exhibition cf cfchurch cfchurch r I Ihurch
church domination over political af affairs afalr affairs ¬
fairs alr that has h come to your notice noticeIt noticeIt
It occurred curr at the April 188 1 1Sfi ron roniVrenee conrrpntfo eonIriiee
iVrenee when Mn the political ft1 rulerth ruhthttI it itin
in I thi manifesto against Mormons Iormon en ent n nt
t = ring politics without consent of ofhurrh orhl1rrh ofhurrh
< hurrh authorities authoritleawall was adopted adOI led This Thisnik Thisiih rhi rhinIle
nIle was adopted without Ii ajt i disseatinp disseatinpt dl eeuttn eeuttnf
jt t f > and at the same conference ronrttr nce Moses MosesThatcher MosesThatcher 1 5e 5eThfthber
Thatcher w was t dropped from the rolls rollsjis roUsn
n jis f an apostle and no explanation of oftny orto ofny
tny to ny character was ali made madeSenator madeSenator
Senator 8 nAtor Mrfumas tCumasHow How do the young youngmen youngmeii oungmflI
men in the th Mormon church regard the thepractice th thTractice thpractiec
practice of polygamy polygamyYoung polygamylyoung i iYoung
Young Mormons Oppose Polygamy PolygamyI
1 I think the young Mormon men menonlfn ind indvoni lnclo01
voni o01 onlfn n J too are 81 oppo op opjwed e l to the th pri pritir prart
1 tir t 1istrongly jd strongly trongl opposed althmtgh I con confess eonL on onff ¬
L fess ff S I cannot understand the power l tower the th thj thechurch
j church it Able to exert 1 ov OfOr r them I 1lt II IbIre
I llll however that lt if tl the e chur church churchcthnrltIe h hauthorities hhnrlUes
authorities hnrlUes should attempt att mJt to reestnb reestnblish rft rotblish IlCb IlCblih
lish polygamy by b revelation or other othervi otherj otherthere
vi j so there would be trouble troubleIn
In regard rd to continuation of polyg polygrmous pol polygrfl1U g gl1101U8
rmous cohabitation tOhabH tlon Judge Ponerf said saidthat saidIht Id Idt
that t 1 t some 1 son look upon this condlti conditim conditimI > n nvxirh 0Wih
vxirh I h tolerance and others with op own oprn114tiJlty n nh
h 114tiJlty 114tiJltyPft181 114 unity unitySeveral 4111tyieveral
Several senators engaged et1 aed in the dl dlcushion dll dllLl
cushion Ll 4 lon of the future of polygamy and andJudge andTIJjr andTudg
Judge TIJjr Powers Po > rs said d he believed he hevrjctice heJrarti hepretlce
vrjctice < could not last any an more than thant thanuld thanuld
t > uld slavery Continuing he said saidInterference ealdInterference Id IdInterference
Interference in Business Businessnut
nut I do not regard polygamy bpam AS nsth ASth as1li
th worrt feature f Ature of the Mormon roll relijion 1811In rollcn
jion In What hat I object to most Is its un unmrican unmrin unmrfru
mrican domination by the hierarchy hierarchyof hierar hY hYof
of the l popIe > oplc plc of that l belief btlI > f The bcfiof bcfiofiti hpn
iti 11 th > right of the churrh < btllf 1 auhorils auhorilsti
ti t prescribe pJHlrrlheor1tett rtrthe rules the t belief be1i f that th thh thfad thA >
A h fad ad of the church is i inspired and in int n ntrfprNKe utrfereflCC
t trfprNKe rfercncc of the e church < h in political politicaland poIlOaltt
and tt II II commercial OUt mer1a I affairs artalrsSenator altai affairsSenator rs rsnator
Senator nator Hopkins HopklnflThc The same IIA charge chargeiibfut lbr lbrno harganhUt
iibfut no < ut commerce can be made about aboutotb abt aboutotbr > nt ntot
otb ot otbr T r churches in a limited way a can canIt canit eanIt
It not notNot notNot notNot
Not as I make the statement her herp 11 bCroutl N Nfald
p fald utl d Mr Powers 001 I do not know of ofny orRny ofany
any ny other church that conducts bath bathing bathing bathlog ¬
log ing beaches beAch street t t railways 111 electric electriclight electric11J1ht electriclight
light and power plants banks mines minesand mln mlnand mlneoand
and mills and that attempts to control controlin
in local politics for the purpose of ob obtaining obtaining obta ¬
taining ta I n I ng concessions ton < et8lon and franchisee franchiseeMethodists rMlnehi frnnehleesMethodists p pMethodists
Methodists Dragged In InSenator Innator InecatOr
Senator nator Hopkins HopkinsThere There is the Moth Methodist Mothdist etb etbdist ¬
dist church of Chicago of which wblthI 1 am amii
ii member It engages engq in business bmlne and andhae andi
1 i have always supported that Idea IdeaAttorney IdeAttorney ideaAttorney
Attorney Worthlngton WorthingtonAnd VorthIn tonAnd And the t Trin Triniiy TrinJy Triniy
iiy church in New York also al o owns and andjonts andlnt andyen
jonts yen lnt I s property propertyBut lropertYBut Iropertyl3ut
But as 1 understand It Judge Pow Powers Powr5 Powcrs ¬
ers r5 means that the Mormon church Is hin Isto isi
and controls great greatcommercial gr08tmmerrlal greatmmereial
n i trust trU t and owns
commercial institution said Id Senator SenatorMcComas Sf Senatortc lttor
McComas McComasThat tc 0 0Tha oNtaa oNtaaThat
That t is it It Is a trust tru t said ald Judge JudgeT JudgeoverP < e eP
T P rtvers rtversSenator overPnator rt rtnalor
Senator nalor Bailey asked Senator Hop Hopfcins H Hoiktns lt lt1Hnc
fcins and Mr Worthington orthln n If the th Meth Methodist Methi4t IethKJjt ¬
odist church In Chicago and Trinity Trinitychurch TrinityI Jrlnltydturh
church in New Xp York engaged in mer mercaiitile Mprau meraiitile
caiitile < au tilt fairs and both admitted that thatthe thatth thattho
the th busn busnlIIII sn consisted mostly In own owning ownSng ownng ¬
ing ng property and receiving re rent Sea Senator Sfmntor Seaator
ator Dubote suggested that If compari comparit
Methvlist Methvlistxhirrh Meth MethYlistJ 1tt 1ttchllrrh
t tanm rns of the Mormon and
xhirrh ww rp to be made It would be beUPII beIll beV
V J I L UPII Ill to summon the bishop of o the theMethodtet thttIpthodlttt th thJ
J Methodtet church to testify testifyIf testftIt
If you were tre as well acquainted acqu lnted with withMethodism withMethodl
1 Methodism Methodl m as I am It would not be benecessary benf beJ
J necessary nf > < s ary to summon a bishop re retorted retorted retorted ¬
torted Senator Hopkins However I Imay Imay Imay
may not be so well acquainted with withMormonism wIthMormonism withMormonlam
Mormonism j jMado
Made It Clear Cl ClearJudge ar t tJudge i
Judge Powers continued continuedin In the line ilneof lineof Un Unor
of making it clear that tho tI th Mormon Mormonchurch lGtp Mortpcchurch li J Jchurch
church controlled business in Utah to toa toa I Ia
a large degree and that th t It ttal wasujpre wasujprelected wajproteeted pr
lected Ity scroe secrecy whioh hloh w was aS 8 hfrflto hfrfltogft hr hrd to toJt topt 1
gft at atSenator atSenator atSenetor
Senator Overman remarked fhit U t I IJ
there was Wa no secrecy secree in Methodism Methodismand Iethodismand
and therefore comparisons were unnec unnecessary unn unncemery c cef ¬
emery essaryAn ef emeryAn M MAn
An adjournment was then taken un until 1nt m mtfl ¬
til t l 2 oclock oclockFututre o ocloc1Putufre JocJ JocJFut
Fututre Fut t e of Mormon Church ChurchThe ChurchThe
The crossexamination of Judge > Pow Povrs Po Poers Powera
ers < rs liegan at 8 t the afternoon a ft rnoon session sessionQuestions sessionQuestions tI
Questions by b Mr r Van an Cott oU brought out outthe outth outthe
the th statements from rota the witness that thathe thntbe thathe
he believed the > Mormon church would wouldeventually wouldeYentually
eventually e ntualb assume a 5ume a position similar similartothat similarto lmil8rto I
tothat to that of other churches With th honest honestupright honestupright honestupright
upright lawabiding leaders leadt > rs he thought thoughtthe thoubhtthe thoughtthe
the people would be honest and law lawabiding lawabiding lawabiding
abiding He deplored however that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the people were disposed to obey obe the theleaders theleaders theleaders
leaders of the church whether such suchleaders suchlenders suchleaders
leaders were good or bad badSomewhat badSomewhat badSomewhat
Somewhat Personal PersonalJudge PersonalJudge PersonaLJudge
Judge Powers admitted that Mr MrSmoot MrSrnoot Ir IrSmoot
Smoot had been prominent In working workingfor
for Republicanism RepUbllc nlsm before politics In InUtah InUtah
Utah had divided on party lines It Jtwas itwas I
was M brought out that Judge Powers Powerswas Powera Powerswas
was a chairman of the committee which whichnominated whiChnominated whichnominated
nominated Brigham II Roberts and andMcses andThatcht andMcseE
Mcses Thatcher > r both of whom were wereMormons wereMormene
Mormons Ion ans Th ileW1tnast vHnesxRaldeUi un faldtheirDomln saIdthenointnatIon < vnomln vnomlnatlone i iAUont
atlone were tIDe < result of the ability abillt or orboth or110th orboth
both men and their courage in stand standIttg standiti
Ittg iti out ut against agahtlthr the political poUtl al rule of the thechurrh thechunh thctchurch
church The witness wltne s said AId he had not notbeen nothn notbeen
been on the stump for Roberts and de defended dEfrnded defcnded ¬
fended him Continuing he said to toMr toIr toMr
Mr Ir Van Cott CottI Cottdo ott ottI
I do not think I was any un more cul culpable c1l1pa etilpable ¬
pable pa bIe than you OU were wel who I under understand underKtfand understand ¬
stand went ent on the stump and support supported upportNI ¬
ed the ticket without mentioning Mr MrRoberts MrRoberts Ir IrRoberttl
Roberts name nameThe nKIJWThe mimeThL >
The opposing oPP lIt candidate was Eld Eldredge EldI Eldredge
redge another al1 ther Mormon but not a poly pnlygamiet polygamiet polygamist
I gamiet Judge Powers said however howeverthat howevertbat howeverthat
that the th distinction was without a dif difference dliference ¬
ference r rftnce as Eldredge connived at aid aldod RldI
I od 1 and abetted a tted polygamy The crops cropscxamination cro5examination crossexamination
examination was concluded but the thewitness thewJtnPfS thewitness
witness was requested rt > to remain In Inthf int inthi
thf t h city It until UI1 tJJ Monday I Jda to which time timethe timethe timethe
the committee adjourned adjournedSENATOR udjourndSENATOR adjournedSENATOR
4 Butte Mont April 22 23A A gentle genUeIWan gentleman + 4man
+ man In this city it who is one off offSenator of ofSenator ofSenator +
+ Senator W A Clarks advisers adi advisersand ers ersand +
+ and confidential agents in the thetransaction thetrannactiofl +
+ transaction of much of the lat latters lattors +
+ ters Important imJM > rtant business was In InI interviewed 4 4j +
j I + tervlewed d this morning upon the thesubject 4 +
I 4 + subject of the penators health He Hestated t c
4 stated that there is not a word or +
1 4 + truth in the reports that Senator Sena SenatorI tor torI 4 4t +
I 4 + Clark IK IU nL nLTo IiiTo 4 +
+ To that Jie added that he recent reentJ recently
4 + ly J had received rpt hed a letter from Sen SenateI Seamiter +
4 + miter Clark in which hih the latter in tnform informed 4
4 + formed form d him that his health was waggood 4 + 4 4good
+ good but that he needed a rest restand 4 +
4 and should go on his present Jre ent Euro Europan 4 4pcan
+ pan trip because be 8u < of that tbatTh 4 4The +
4 < The Th gentleman stated that the thpfOnator 4 4
4 senator took no physician ph sltian with withhim 4 4 4him
4 + him He alt o wlifl that he h is in iuclose 4 4
4 4 Hose communication ommhml ltion with Itt1 the s son sonatcrs > en n naters +
+ atcrs secretaries f flJ etaries In New e York Yorkld Yorktmd 4 +
4 + and tmd ld that the th latter Jatt r have h e heard heardnothing 4
4 nothing about the alleged ill health healthof +
+ of th the senator natftt His HI denial that the theFtnator +
4 4 renator Is III was as without reserva r na natOI1 4 4I
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
RWgeway Colo April 23 2ZFlora 2ZFloraFlora Flora FloraFlora
Flora one of the men deported from fromi fromTelluride
i Telluride T Jluride thte t afternoon mounted the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train which was 8S carrying cAr lng President PresidentCharles PresidentChRrl
Charles ChRrl H Moyer oer of the Western e8tern Fed Federatlon Fedoration
oration of f Miners ytners and his guard to Tel Telluride TelIwide rellurld
luride He Hewas was put off by b Deputy DeputySheriff DeputI DeputySheriff
I Sheriff Sh rlff Walfer YaJ r Kenley just as the train trainstarted trainftarted trainstarteL
started Thte Tbj so enraged Flora that thathe tkathe thathe
he heaped he Qoo names of abuse on Kenley Kenleyand Kenle Kenleand Kenleyand
and the the troops The train only onJ went wenta
a couple uple of blocks when It stopped and anda
a detachment of soldiers started after afterFlora AflErFlonl afterFlora
Flora who fled The soldiers fired firedabout f1rflaboul firedabout
about twenty shots but Flora escaped escapedunhurt eacapedunhurt
unhurt unhurtWARRANt U
London April 23 3rhe The warrant under underwhich
which John Bunyan Bun an was 1a apprehended apprehendedand
and placed in Jail at Bedford for six alxmonths sixmonths sixmonths
months during the reign of Charles II IIwas Itwas
was t sold < old a a1 auction in London today toda todafor
for li25 The Tpe warrant which Is signed signedby signed signedby signedby
by thlrteenJustlces thirteen justices of the peace six sixbaronets sixbaronets sixbaronets
baronets and seven esquires charges chargesthe chargethe ebargesthe
the tinker with contempt of law by bypreaching bypreaohing bypreaching
preaching and teachings otherwise otherwisethan othenvlsethan otherwisethan
than according to the th liturgy or prac practice practice practice ¬
tice of the th Church of o England EnglandCOPLEY Englandca EnglandCOPL7Y
ca caCOF
Denver I lver Colo April 23 23D D C Cop Copnfved ¬
ley has arrived in Denver to takee take takeb4fge
b4fge e 0 oebe e affairs or the Western Westernftf Westernf
ftf f MIners durIng the th lam 101prle lamir1snne
prle ir1snne nnietito tM President C Hloyer Hloyerand H Moyer Moyerand
and Sllr Seeretai7 tary W D HaYood
Strong Evidence EvidenceAgainst Against Harry HarryBrennan HarryBrennan HarryBrennan
Brennan Under Arrest Arrestin
in Wyoming WyomingSpecial WyomingSpecIal
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldChecnne HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo o April 23 3Thc The govern government govcrnment government ¬
ment authorities say Q tbey have a strong strongcase strongCase strongcase
case arainst Harry Brennan the th rough roughrider roubhrider roughrider
rider who is I underrarrest under tnderarest ta e7t here charged chargedwith dl chargednitli rged rged1th
with 1th attempting to robthe robthepostma8t postmaster r at atClearmont atClearmont atCloarmnont
Clearmont Postmaster PostptRster Laing has already alreadyIdentified alread alreadyIdentified
Identified Brennan and says 3a S there Is not notthe notthe
the th possibility of a chancethat chanco thlit he > is mis mistaken mistaken ¬
taken When hen the thre thr thremen > men held hE > ld him up uphe UI UIhe uphe
he recognized reco nized Brennun at once and last lastweek Instweek
week when Brennjin was taken taktn before iwfort > the thepost tlt thepcotmaster
post poAtmRst master < r he at once said 81d he was the theright thcrJght theright
right man manBrennun manBrennan 1
Brennun r nnRn is I now ne cnnfiltad in the cell pil for formerly formerlv ¬
merly occupied ulled by Tom Horn He occu occupies wcuple5 ccu ccupies ¬
pies a cell in the > lower tl tiJr r of ORg i The TheHorn Th ThHorn Thhorn
Horn cell eli 11 has b been on occupied only on I onCe onPoainee onpslnte onCestare
stare Horn Hornl left > ft it and that was WR when whentwo whentwo
two alleged Denver election I ctJfn thieves thlc Wf Wfr wr wrarrested > r rarrested < <
arrested here and held for the Denver Denverofficers Denverofficers
officers The jail was full to overflowIng overflow overflowing overflowing ¬
ing and although the alleged ballot box boxstuffers boxstufCfrs boxstuffers
stuffers objected strongly they wereneerthel werenevertheless were werenevertheless
nevertheless neerthel 8 compelled to spend two twonights twonights twonights
nights together in the Horn cell cellIt CfoJlIt cellit
It was wa thought that Brennan would be bebailed beballed hebailed
bailed out by hip hI frlendf but none nonehRe nonehReappeRr have haveappeared haveappeared
appeRr appeared 1 to ask for his liberty His case casewill casewill asp aspwill
will come up u for trial at the May Ma term of ofcourt ofcourt ofcourt
court and it t is I said that he will doubt doubtless doubtless ¬
less be convicted and sentenced to a long longterm Jfmgtrm longterm
term In the penitentiary 1 > nltenthr
UTTE 1RLSWUL lED U AtRkY AtRkYStartling R1Y R1Yo R1YStartling
Startling Story of Depravity from fro Boise BoiseThree Three Prominent ProminentVCitizens ProminentitJzens Prominent1tizens
VCitizens itJzens in ion Jail on Charges Which May Send SendThem SendTh SendThem
Them Th m Up for Life
Sbecisl J to The Thelierald ThelieraldB Herald HeraldBOISE HerAldBOISE
OISE Idaho April 23 23Thomas Thomas M MHerrlck MHerrick 1 1Herrick
BOISE B Herrick leading justice of the thepeace thepeace thepeace
peace In Boise BDi e and a prominent prominentmember prominentmem promlnetttmember
member mem r of several secret order Henry HenryH
H Jones a well kno known vn Grand Army Armyveteran Arm Armycteran AxnWveteran
veteran and Alexander Blair a car carpenter carpenter Rr RrI ¬
penter are under arrest arr t charged with withstatutory withtatuton withstatutory
I statutory assault af tau1t Blair was appre apprehended appreI ¬
I hended hend several day da ago iigo and the th dis disclosures dlscJosureN disclosures ¬
closures following hi him arrest led to tocomplaints tonmplaint tocomplaints
complaints against a flinst Herrick and Jones Joneswho Jonf Jonfwho Joneswho
who were w < re lodged In the county count Jail this thisevening thiseveni hisevenln
evening eveningFifteen evenlnFifteen eveni n nFifteen
Fifteen girls ranging In years eo8r8 from fromI
12 I to 16 are alleged to hate hatewronged been beenwronged n nwronged
wronged by h the th defendants dt > and it Is Isbelieved IsI
believed b lieved the th number will be Increased Incrcfi >
Removed As Indian Agent on onAccount onI
I Account of of o Irregu Irregularities Irregularities IrreguI
I larities laritiesI I Iashh1gton
I Washington April prU 23 2President 2PresidentRoosevelt President 1 1Roosevelt I
i I Roosevelt Rom eYell ha b has removed remOcd Major Albert Alberti
M r Anderson Indian agent u ent in charge chargej char e etht
j I of i the Colville CI ilJe reservation jOMr atlon reservation reservationin
p in Washington Ya h1ngton state as the result of ofI ofan ofan
I an Investigation Ineti aUon of alleged irrcgulari Irregularities
i tire in his hi administration ltdnjlnls riltlon of agency agencyaffairs agenyrrair agencyaffairs
affairs rrair SpoeiaivAp11 McNlcholls fNlchollsI of ofi ofthc
i I thc th Indian bureAu has been placed iti itij incharge
j charge The invet inyetotlgaUon < igation ana been in InI
j I progress several weeks Nks by b Mr Ir Mc McNchollg MeNeholIs c cholJs
Nchollg holJs and Inspector Nesslcr It was wascharged W85char wascharged
charged char td that there had been a falsifi falsification fal5inat falslflcation ¬
cation at Ion of Major Andersons vouchers vouchersa outhe outhea
a padding of the rolls of the th Colviile Colviileagency ColyiUeagen Colvilleagency
agency agen and other gross Infractions of ofthe Ofthc ofthe
the law Major IA r Anderson An ersoll was ns given giventen gl giventen n
ten days da in which to explain f the thecharges theharg thecharges I
charges harg I and he attributed the matters matterscomplained mattersernnpluined
complained ompl ined of to a clerk at the agency agencywho altelKYwho agencywho I
who however it Is saW has disap disappeared dlsappt disappeare4l ¬
peared pt red on a leave ofabsence of absence for sixty sixtydayn six sixc1a sixtyciay
dayn c1a granted him by b Major Anderson AndersonThe AndersonThe I IThe
The president action is the outcome outcomeof
of the joint report and recommenda recommendation ¬ II IIOf
tion of o Ncssler and QilO QilOt McNJcholls McNJchollsFLEET MeNichollsI lc lchoUM lchoUMQilO
VasInngton Wa hmgtot1 April 3 ITne Tn large fleet fleetof n fleetcC t II IIcf
of United Stares Stat voirshlpB which aswem afI aseembled m mhlfd j
bled on both coast ci f the tll Isthmus of ofPanama j I IPanama
Panama oon after the to evolution has hafcboen laa laabtl hasbien
boen btl > t1 grlidually J1uhAII reduced Vy by the departure departureof d arturO arturOof
of ships for or other points pntn l until now but butIHM butt buttWAI
IHM t I remain to Mteguard the int Intrtflltto restt > or ortho orthft cithe
the Vnltec States Stftt In that auarter TIM TlierulB TIMluhr Theruisr
< rulB luhr r Boston in at mt Panama and the theruilwr theerutser i icruwer
cruwer Newark at Colon ColonThe ColonTh ColonThe
The Th monitor monll r 1 wyomlhg yomtfu and nd the torpedo torpedoboat torPfdoboftt torpedoboat
boat destroyers Preble ajid Paul Jones left lefti I leftianams n ni
i i Panama > e Htfrda terday for Acapulco on their theiri
I i way R SY to the PlchJHntiue bay a where they theywill the theiii theyii
will iii remain for or severaldays severn days and then thenproceed thenproceed
1 proceed to San Franeljsco FTaM Franelieoe FranelieoKILLED o oKILLED I IKILLED
e r7F
St Et Louis April 2S 23Rathcr Rather tnan face a aterm aterm aterm
term of twenty twentears Tears In the penitentiary penitentiaryas penltent1aas
as sentenced upon conviction of criminal criminalaasanlt crlmln81a criminalaesanlt
aasanlt a Sylvester DecK a mulatotodl mulatothdav mulato mulatotoday
today todl killed himself in the city jail by byleaping byleaplnJt byleaping
leaping from the third cell C n tier to the theztonv thei theztone
i ztonv floor thirty thlrt feet below belowMOEOS belo belowioos
Manila anlla April 33 23The The Moro chiefs of oftho ortho ofthe
tho Lake Lano o district In tho Islandof IslandofMindanao Island or orloUndanao ofMindanso
Mindanao vml I meet Major Mij r R IL I Bullard
of the TwcrttyelghtKviwtlted TWQ Tsvwttyoightlit ehbtnruQltof1 1to States nn nnfanto tinflU1tr n nfazflr
fanto fazflr at Tarnfca TarR < a dntHfeenat On OztttWeastnhore ttr6 tut shore of thi thilake tlreji tlrejilakE
lake on May m A for Ute thapurpoeo purpoio of organ organIzlng orgalhlng orgaziIsing
Izlng local government So nment
Bell and Wells Appeal APIU e al From FromDecision iornDecision
Decision of District DistrictCourt DistrictfI DistrictCourt fI I
Court CourtDenver f fDenver
I IDIner
Denver Ar Aril rll 23 ZLA1jUImnt Adjuwnt General GeneralSherman Gon GeneralSherman ral ralSherman
Sherman M I Bell ard a C Cn CtiIi ii BUlkeJey BUlkeJeyA Bllkeletalb BuikeleyWslLs
A WslLs > talb lls this afternoon upp ap ape5d ajad to o the su supreme tiUprlmt sopreme
preme > court for a writ of WipersodbaR lI to tostay totn tostay
stay tn the th ruling of Judge SfltvoOs tvofls yoOs of Son SonMiguel SoltIuf1 SnSMiguel
Miguel tIuf1 county finding them t i m guilty of ofContempt oftOflttmpt
Contempt > mpt of court for failfllg RII g 4o t produce producePresident prodmfPrfmdent producePresident
President Moycr of the WQgtem Vq Hf > rn Federa Federation I Fcderatio rR rRtlon ¬
tion tio of Miners In r response to the th writ rltnt rltnthRtw of ofhabeas ofhabeas
habeas s corpus Issued by b him Kn l FThih < Rth < h of the theoffense Ihetwo th thtwo
two guardsmen waR fined In > d idS for this thisofftln thisoffezise
offense offtln The supreme 5upf > me couri received the theapplication theRopplkatlon theapplication
application and decided d > ld 1 to 4inite mlt nite the th capo capowith ceenwith lftO lftOwltb
with that of the application of Mr Moyer Moyerfor lfoy Moyerfor < r rfor
for a writ of habeas hn s corpus madeto made to the thehigher th thhigher thehigher
higher court la last t week weekSallda weekSaihia I
Sallda Col6 April 28 2Goiral Goaeral GnisrIlI Sherman ShermanM I
M 1 Bell Captain Bulkelev Bulkel yVells Wells tlIsai1tl and the thPdetachment theclet thedetachment
detachment clet hmenl of troops escorting > President Prtsjtlestharles i iCharles i iCharles
Charles H Moyer Ioer of the Western1 WcsternFedera We t n Fedora Fedoratlon I Ilion Ition
lion of Miners lnt1 from Denver D e to Tolluride ToUurldl Toliuriulespent j jspent IRpnt
spent Rpnt the night here herf anB departed departld for Tel Telluride TfI TfIIUr TelIuride
luride IUr ldf today toa President Pr ldfnt Aloyetv lIo r Is kept keptunder keptunder
under undfr close 01 guard ad whIe here ifb rln z ono be being b I
ing ingjnliowed nllowed to toonverse converse with him I
to twenty twent The children chidren mid their theirstories theirstri theirstories
stories stri to the county oun attorney atorney this tii af afternoon atternoon 1 ¬
ternoon and 8nd their thfir statements tatemefta revealed revealeda
a shocking shoking condition condion of depravity depravityFrom deproviFrom cleprnviyFrom
From three thr tr live fve charges have have been beenfiled 1e81 leenfiled
filed ff against each h of the defendants defendantsand defendantsand
and the arrests ar sts have > caused a a tremend tremendous tNmnd ¬
oils sensation n ton The girls are all alschool alschoolchidren school schoolchildren schoolchildren
children chidren and their parents prntl are re respectable respeetahie ¬
spectableIt spectable pfftahJpI
It I irs it understood und ° rtod rstnod more arrests arrets will willfollow vi willfollow
follow folow as the authoritiesaresaid authorities are fld said to tohe tobe
he in possesion pMsion of abundant ahunlant evidence evidencetending evidencetending
tending lending to incriminate other men menSome menSom menSome
Some of the little Ittc girls irls assert aert they theywere tbeywere the thewere
were to he taken to St I Louis ouiB and had hadplanned hadplanntd hadplanned
planned planntd to run away aa from home hOte Oqf Oqfof 01 Oie Oieof
of them thfm did run away awa and was as found foundIn
In Blairs apartments apartrent This led to an anInvestigation aninvestigation n nInttgation
Investigation Inttgation with startling startng results resuls 1
RI EWARK N J April 23 2Thre Thr Thr e efiremen
NEWARK 1 1 firemen re 6 were w rc killed kie and tteen f eu other otherInjured otherInjured othersinjured I
Injured today tR In a fire fre In n a sfccsUry sfccsUrybrick stxsl sixstorybrick o obrJek
brick building bu ldlng In In Mechanic str street tMt t oc occupied occupled OCcupied ¬
cupied by b Wiener WI nei Co saddlery faddlel hard hardware h Ilardware r rwae ¬
ware wae manufacturer mlnufacuier While Vhle the fire firewas fre frewas fIrewas
was at Its It height a score scorcof of firemen firemenwere fremen fremenwere llremenWere
were on the roof of the building bUihlng p1 of the theEmpire lbeEmpire theEmpire
Empire Gear Top company o palY a one onestory onestor onestory
story stor brick structure struetureadJoIWJ1S adjoln adjoiJJlg ig th thWiener thf the theWiener i
Wiener iener building buidIng An n explosion in incurred j c ccurred ¬ I
curred In the Wiener buildlnjr bUI n which whichblew hleb hiliblew
blew ble out the wall of that building buiding and andthree andthree 1 1lhre 1
three lhre stories of the th side wall of the theWiener theJener tit titWiener
Wiener Jener structure crashed down dow dowTh on the thefiremen t1 thefiremen
firemen fremen The building bulhlng on thtf tht tlm > reef of ofwhich ofwhich ofwhich
which they they were W standing wassmkshed wassmkshedlike wasrn as sted stedUke ahec1 ahec1like
like an egg shell shel and the in nin n were wereburied w fre frebure re reburled
buried bure under undr a 8 huge mass macsot af fbrek 11 briekand briekandtimber lud ludtmbr I Itimber
timber tmbr Three Thr of oftlte the firemen fremen were werein In Ina Ina I Ia
a dying d lng condition when wlu taken out outTwo OutTwo
Two 0 died dIe on the way wa to the hospital hospitalTOOK hospial hospialTOOK hospitalTOOK
Suicide Sucde of a BrotherinLaw o oGeorge of ofGeorge
George Gorge FrAncis Train TrainOmaha TrainOmaha 1 1Omaha
Omaha April Apri 23 2Thf 23The Tho bodV Ild bimd of a man manfound Qn Qnfoun zganfound
found dfaO dfa 1 KrWay was identifis Idntl identIf l today tod as asthat itsthst
that tht of Major aor James Ja W V DavfcC Ur aged areL H a aby asovernmfnt I
sovernmfnt meal kwtor IUsctOr nail brother brotherniaw
poprnmfnt nIaw vC the hue Gpor George r raipth U cl brotN Train 1
Th ht man evidently vlenty had taken his OWI ownfltc ownfltcby rI
1 ft ftb
by b swallowing Iwalolng str st strycluzine > chnine a val al con containing eonlaming ¬
laming tah ng Fome of the drug dru = being behl1 found foundlll in
his hand when whln the body boy was WI wasHe ijlBOpvered J Iered
He has ha lived IhM in Oman thirtyseven thirtysevenyears Ulrt seen seenyeut
years yeut formerly was a lawyer Qf f prom promnence prml prmlneneI protni protninence
nence neneI and Ane served er > as a major in the
Fortyninth infantry infamrvPEOPOSBD InfantrROFOSBD infantryPROPOSED mljrm
Special Speial to Tho Herald HeraldV Herld HerldWashIngon HeriIdWashington
Washington WashIngon V aahlngton April Aprl 23 23Sertor 23Senator Senator War Warren Warten Warten ¬
ten today proposed an amendment amendmentt to tothe tothe
the te bill bU pending pen ing In the senate snate to amend amendthe amendthe amendthe
the Indian depredations depredatons claims law ill illproviding 11 11provIdIng Iiiproviding
providing that tat there shall shal be stricken strickenfrom strclen strclenrcm strickenfrem
from rcm the law as It i now stand stndf require requirements requiremeats ¬
ments of citizenship cJtzenship of claimants claimant and andamity andamity andamity
amity of Indians committing cmmittng depreda depredations depr depredations a atona ¬
tions tona through which the claims arose aroseUnder arQse arQseUnde arqseUnder
Under Unde the present law la cJahj claims are arebarred arcbarred arebarred
barred which arise arlfe through througl clalis dVyorej dVyorejof p euea eueatIOns a at
t tIOns n5 by fu1ans rnulians at war warcr1
ed State States and a Jage large numhe numhetbrtmtms numhetbrtmtmsor tqj trCllm trCllmor
or western settlors setters cannot cnot be b collected coleQte
Mayor and Several Other City CityOfficials CityOficials CityOfficials
Officials Oficials Under In Indictment Indictment Indictment ¬
dictment dictmentPueblo dictment dictmentPueblo dictmentPueblo
Pueblo April Apri 23 23Mayor BUa Mayor or B B BBrown BBrown BBrown
Brown was indicted by the grand band jury jurythis ju juthis jurythis
this afternoon afernoon on four counts three threecharging threecharging threecharging
charging false pretences and one al alleging allegng allegthg ¬
leging legng forgery All the charges grow growout growout growout
out of pay p rolls rols in the city ciy depart departments departments departments ¬
ments Alderman Thomas Flynn of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Fifth ward was arrested on ontwentythree ontwentthre ontwentythree
twentythree twentthre indictments charging chargingfalse chargingfalse
false pretences in the same connec connection connetlon connection ¬
tion A total of fiftytwo fft to true tre bills billswas bis bisWas billsWas I
was returned to Judge Voorhees in intho inth Inthe
the th district dlgtrl t court this afternoon nfernoon but butthe butth butthe
the th other names have not yet been beenmade beenmnde beenmade
made public publc because heloufe the sheriff gherif has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not apprehended the accused aceuse It I is isgenerally il isgenerally
generally geonfrI understood undeNtood however howetr that thatall tbatal thatnh
all al nh the other true bills bis are against agaln t city cityofflcials ei cityotiklals
offlcials ofciRls past or present The investi investigation Invest investigation ¬
gation gaton has been in progress prgress more than thana
a month by a special specal grand band jury ju at atthe atthe atthe
the request of the the tax payers pa en of the thecity thei thecity
city cityMayor i
Mayor llaror Brown Is II a Republican Republcan and andAlderman andAJdermln andAlderman
Alderman AJdermln Flynn a Democrat DemocratMATTER DemocratOCO DemocratMATTER
Vancouver B C April Apri 3 3The 3The The Can Canrectly Canadfaq Canadian
adfaq goven gcernpent nent prp5es proposes t to deal dl dlrecty direetly
rectly recty with It ° foreign ortgl naton nations and fnd jipt jiptthrough not notthr nottbrugh
through thr ui fireal r reaL 8L EffUSln fti I1in a tth s heretoforer heretoforerA h heretofore heretoforeIL r tf e
A IL special 2pecal from Ottawa Otawa to the Province Provincetoday ProvIncetoday
today toay todayIt says saysIt S8S S8SI
It I Is it announced by b SirWilfrid SIr Wifrid tVilfrid I Lu LurieI Lan Lanrier > au auricr
ricr rieI that the Dominion government gOernment will willneither wl vilineitier
neither rcttr accept nor decline the offer offermade orer orermade offermade
the Rue RUPslan Ru Rui Ruesita
made by h the representative r presentate of
slan i J government sOOnmnt In London for a set settlement gt gttement settiement ¬
tlement tement of the th ° Canadian sealers sealersclaims sealerscJaims scalersclaims
claims by b Russian cruisers ruiser until unti such suchtime suthtme suchtime
time tme as the Russian RUslan government makes makesthe m8ksthe makesthe
the recommendation recommendaton of its is representa representative repreaenative ¬ I
tive direct to the Canadian govern government goernment government ¬
ment mentThere mentThere mentThere
There were wele six i Canadian sealers eon confiscated eonfscated eonfiscated ¬
fiscated fscated and the te Russian representa representative repreenta repreentathe reprezentatlve ¬
the offered ofered the British Brlth government govcrment to tosettle tosette tosettle
settle sette for only onl two twoENGINEERS twoENGINEERS wo woI
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington H HeraldWashington rald raldablngfn
Washington April Apri 28 21The The following followingassignments folowin folowinassigments followingassignments
assignments assigments have hae been ben made of engineers engineersIn tnglnee tnglneeIn
In the reclamation recinmaton service tri H J Saund Saunders Saun Saunders
ers r from Washington D C c to the tle Sho Shoshone Shoshone Sheshone
shone project Wyoming VrominJ John Turner Turnerfrom Turnerfrom urnlr urnlrtrom
from Arizona to Salt Sal Lake City A P PDavis PDaJs PDavis
Davis supervising fupenlnJ engineer enJlner to Denver to toeonfer tofnfer toconfer
confer fnfer with wih Resident Reident Engineer Fellows Fellowson Felo Feloon
on Colorado Colordo projects projfCls
Three Killed Kiled and Fifteen Fifeen Injured in a Naphtha Explosion at atNewark atNewark atNewark
Newark N J While Whie Busy Fighting to toExtinguish toExtin toExtinguishaBlaze
Extinguish Extin ExtinguishaBlaze uish a Blaze
and the third just after arerrcacng reaching there thereThe there thereThe II IIThe
The dead are areW areB are1ST
W B B Crane CraaePatrick Crut CranePatrick
Patrick J DonohueJacob DonohueJacob Donohue DonohueJacob
Jacob Bleyle BleyleAmong Bl BicyleAmong yl ylAmong
Among the Injured firemen fremen arc the thochief tbelhl thechief
chief lhl f of the tlf department Robert Robrt F Kir Kirsteda Kirstela KirStelu
steda Battalion Batalon Chief Cief Morgan and andPaptains andaptaifR andfaptaItms
Paptains aptaifR Theodore Thedore Wolf and Russell RupsellBercaugh Ru RussellIiercaugh sl
Bercaugh Chief Klrstead was wsknok knocked knockedflown knockedt1ovn 1 1fown
flown fown by b the concussion con ussion and was was hit hitby hitb hitby
by b falling CaJnS bricks briks and other othEr debris debrisHe dtbls dtblsRe debrise
He Re e however Insisted on remaining to todirect tolrfct todirect
direct lrfct the th work of o rescue although althoughhardly althoughhardly IJhough IJhoughhurdl
hardly hurdl able to stand When the col collapse colJlpNO collapse ¬
lapse JlpNO came the other firemen stopped stoppedfighting stoPPlt stoppedfighting
fighting tghtng the flames and rushed ru hed to the theaid theal theaid
aid al of their comrades who were burled burledIn
In the wreck The he rescuers reKuers worked workedwith workedwith Olk d dwith
with desperate deprate energy en rg and In a short shorttime shorttme shorttime
time tme all al the firemen fremen were taken out outand outttnd ut
and hurried hurri d to the hospitals hospitalsOf hopltal
or the Injured Inju1ed firemen fremen Leo Le Ross can canpot can1ot canpot
pot 1ot recover recoverThe racoverThe oer
The he wreck was caused by b an explo explosion ¬
ZIon Jon of naphtha Loss LOS 50000 50000ONLY 50000ONLY 50000ONLY
Jenate Passed An A Appropriation Appropration Bill BillYesterday Bil BillYesterday
Yesterday YesterdayWashington
Washington April Aprl 23 3The The general generalfleflokney gentnll gentnllt generaljjeflct
fleflokney t jjeflct nfk ne ney appropriation approprlton bMl b wa was passed passedby paERf paseu1lY
by the senate today toay leaving Ifvng but ne neof nethe
of o the appropriation appropriaton tills ti unacted upon uponby uponb uponby
by b that body bod A large number of ofamendments ofKrnendments
amendments were ere adopted among amongthem Imon Imont amongtltrn
them t tn one limiting lmitng the Chinese Chlne e exclu exclusion cxciision xcluIon ¬
sion Ion legislation leglsJaton to a reaffirmation rtafrmaton of ofthe ofthe
the exclusion law of 1D02 102 and other ex existing txIsting x xIUnS ¬
isting IUnS laws An n amendment which whichwas whlhwas whichvas
was accepted was that excluding excludingChinese ecJuding ecJudingChinese excludingChinese
Chinese and other alieiu alien coming in inas inas inas
as fl 1 t result of agreements between betweenother bet between6ther n nbthar
other countries and steamship fteamship com companies companies coinpanies ¬
panies having havlnS especial reference reference to a acontract acontract
contract between the Cunard line lne und undthe undt andthe
the t e government govermenl of Hungary Hunga to supply supplyannually supplyannunly supplyannually
annually annunly 30000 3000 Immigrants immigants to the thesteamship thesteamship thesteamship
steamship company compn About bont 200 OO private privatepension pratepension privatepension
pension day bills bis were passed during the theday te teday theday
Peoria Peora April Aprl 23 2Not Not a a wheel who is turn turning turnIng turnlag ¬
ing at the big blS plant pllnt of o the Glucose Glucse Re Refining RetlnlnSmpnny Itofining ¬
fining tlnlnSmpnny company the to 800 8 StY employes omploY9j having havinggone
gone on strike strke The he men nsert assert tho com comiliany comao comany
iliany any promised lromllel an Increased wags t10 saule sauleeffective ile ileeUctive
< effective II iii ao f force ctht April Api 1 but Increu haTnot hlf ha hot lt yet 4t put Ill It I itiii
4 4Pollti
Political Polti Pollti al Speeches Made by byHepburn byHepburn byHepburn
Hepburn and Cockran CockranINSINUATION CockranI CockranINSINUATION
A I ASHINGTON oSln GTOl April 3 3Two Two of the theheuvywelghf thehewelbt theV
W V V heavyweight hewelbt speakers kw of o the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house of o representatives reeaive held hl sway swayin SWy SWyIn swayIn
in that tha t body bdy today incidentally In < dentl the te bill billfor bl billfor
for a commission cmmlSon to Investigate Invetgt the ques question qUe quesLien ¬
Lien ten of ship subsidy 81b was wa passed passedRepresentative I passedRepresentative
Representative R pre ntato Hepburn Hepbur of Iowa Iow first firstaroused trt trtaroused firstaroused
aroused and held hl Republican Republ enthusiasm enthusiasmat fnthum fnthumat
at a a high pitch plh After Aftr an hour and a a a half halfhe haI halfhe
he yielded 1Ehed the floor tor which was taken taen pos posfcesoton I peesession
session n of by h Uourke Dnurkt Cockran Coknm of < r New NewYork NewYork tw twY
York Y rk who brought bubt from trm row his Democratic Democraticcolleagues Dorti DemocraticcOlleagues
eoleJues colleagues Lhundrous tundrous applause and cheers cheersMr cheer cheersMr
Mr 11 Cockraii Cokrt spoke spk for fortwo two hours hoursKaeh hour hoursEach
Each 1dh speaker fp aker took tok th the other otr side se of ofthe orth ofthe
the th chamber for to his hi legitimate lJItmatf prey preyalthough pr preyaithough
although the tbe general grl political pUti 1 field feld was wasreviewed wasrCiewe wasreviewed
reviewed rCiewe The feature fetul of the day da which whichwas whichwas hlch hlchWIS
was WIS clearly cfrly of the th sensational s n8tn1 order was wasthe Wt wasthe
the th charge hargt of Mr r Dalzell DaU agaiaat alain t Mr MrCockran MrCockran 1
Cockran Ceckrn that he bad worked orkll for hire hirefor hireCor hirefor
for the election electln of Mr r McKinley McKlnleynouncercttnt Be Benouneement >
nouncercttnt nuncmet of this charge ehar e and an the gen gentleman gn gntemRn gentieman ¬
tleman temRn who wh made mae it I was ws wasin in language la Re bit bitter bt btt bittsr ¬
ter t r with wlhreeltment wlhreeltmentTnt resentment resentmentThe reseutmentThe
The bill bi for the commission tmmisn to investi investigate Invei Inveite invtlgate ¬
gate te the merchant marine mrne was taken tken up upnrnl upRn upand
and General Grosvenor announced that a avote aote avote
Gtnral Gr0VtO annoul e tht
vote ote was to be b reached rNhf this afternoon afternoonTie afernoon afernoonHe
He then yielded yiele one hour to Representa Representative Repet ¬
tive tivl Heoburn Heburn of Iowa Iowa Mr r Hepburn re referred rt relurred ¬
ferred f rred to the criticism crltclsm of the president presidentby pedent pedentby
by Mr Ir Kichln Kihi yesterday yesterdayHepburns yeterdy yeterdyHepburs yesterdayHepburns
Hepburns Hepburs Effort EffortThe EffortThe for
The Tb gentleman entJ man he said sid was wa a member memberof Jmbr Jmbrof
of a a coordinate coorinate branch hrnch of the th4 govern government gmeu gmeumont governmont ¬
mont yet ye yo you OU listened leten to the tfe Wtt bt bitter bitteryea r ryea
yea the criminal crimil denunciation denu lathm of the thepresident thepresident
president pr sdent This his was a degradation dladatlo to tothe tothe tothe
the nation naton before bfore the world he de declared decIa deciared ¬
clared claredTurning cIa ciaredTurning rel relTurln
Turning Turln his tl attention atenton to I Democratic Dmocrtc Dmocrtcprel Democraticpresidential > emocraticpresidential
presidential prel pntal possibilities p bmtie Mr 11 Hepburn Hepburnsaid Hepburnsaid Hepburnsaid
said that when that young ouns giant plant of the thewest thewst thewest
west had ha begun bgun to move over the troubled troubledDemocratic trDbed trDbedDemratc troubledDemocratic
Democratic Demratc waters ateI it i became beme apparent apPrfnt to tothe tothe tothe
the leaders of that tht party that tha something somethingmust sething sethingmust somethingmust
must be done doneThis doneThis
This young oum man William iia R Hearst Hearstwas Het Hetac Hearstwas
was ac not liked lked by the Democratic DmorUe house houeleaders hu hunor houseleaders
leaders nor the Democratic Dtmortt senator nato but butthey butthe butthey
they the saw sa that he mu must st t be b nominated nominate un unless unles Unless ¬
less les something was done doneSo donSo doneSo
So the th men m n who had wM 1t1 nothing nthioJ but butCleveland butCI4weislad
Cleveland he continued contnuEd those who 0 had hadsaid
f said faid Gorman le or Obey Olne all got ft together togetherI to ether etherIn
I in conference rnCerf > ncp and scratched 5rllho their ranks rankswith rnks rankswith
with wih a fine fnetoth finetooth tooth comb cmb and finally On81 dls dlscovered discovered ts I
covered a man mal who had never 1 < 11 uttered utert1 a aFine asingiM
Fine singiM in pre < political politcal sentiment fenUment but had voted votedthe votedthe ot 11 11th
the th Democratic Dpmorllt ticket tk1pt He was < s a friend friendof
of Cleveland and her hli n nt ntr t bolted bolte Bryan BryanAt Br BryanAt
At once they seid ° id This TIA is i our 0 ni me meBut man manBut n nBut
But when th tA masses ma of or the th Repub Repubii
ii an n oarty pfeall name l b > v acclamation acclamationTheodore Hcclmaton HcclmatonThf1nrp acclamationThenre
Theodore Thf1nrp Jtoogeven JMoEvtt FRl it will wU h h be b beeao beeaothey ca cathv 1 1th
they th know now h his s f sentiments ftmntf tim nts < th thv know 0 h hIntegrity Itto Ittoiotrlt ii iiinterrity
Integrity iotrlt they tbe know kno h 1 lita < intelligence Intel ene and andwisdom andwisdom
wisdom wl om and can trust tt him himCockrans himCockrans I
Cockrans Cockas Reply BeplyMr eply eplyIr
Mr Ir Cochran Cockr of New York took tok the thefloor th thfr thefloor
floor fr He H began by remarking r mrkll that there therenever therenever 0 0nevcr
of the theclose thelos theclose
never was S a a better bter illustration JUu8nuin
close connection of the vicious principle principleof plnjr
of protection prt cnntton tJon with wih all other vieious bugle legislative J bugleiative gs ¬
lative propositions than thfs tP bill billMr bl bttl31r
prpOiUon tan
latle Mr 11 Cockraii COk rn desired deire to devote deotf himself himselfto him lC lCt
to ship subsidy Ardent Ardentpatriot
to an opposition subidy
t patriot ptrio ao olslia that siposthatsshegeaUOffla siposthatsshegeaUOfflafrom he h hs I Mr Cocfcrn Cokr e said 51 he hefrom
from Ohio 8pHa Mr r Grosvenorj cr no would k advlee advleemaking avte avtemaking se semaktnJ
making maktnJ up the t e loss los in say a oth other th r basinets basinetsexcepting BiR BiRexcptnJ bdeine5excepting
excepting out of o the treasaty treasatyThis tTel treasaiyThis
excptnJ This ship subsidy presented rente the th full fullissue fut fullIssue
Thi subd
issue between bttW een the parties prtie he h said The Thechallenge Thechallenge h hhaUense
challenge haUense has been n made mae by Messrs J r Hap Hepburn Hp Hpburn Hapburn ¬
burn and Grosvenor Grofvenor for the Democrats Dmorats to tonamft tonRmA toname
name the th Issue isue They Te would wouk name me it itprosperity I
prosperity he continued contnued but prosper prosperity lrolr lrolrIh ¬
ltv Ih prospcrQ is no Issue Ifsuc AH Al men mfn who labor labr seek seekprosperity se seekprosperity k
abundance by civil civilized civilIzed ¬
prosperity pro prity We E seek cil
ized izf methods you on perhaps Jrh quite quie uncon unconsciously unconsciously ¬
sciously Rciou I seek it i by b a return rur to the th nth methods mothoils ¬
oils 05 of barbarism barbarismDifference bbmm bbmmDifference barbarismDifference
Difference Between Betwen Parties PartiesThe laries PartiesThe 0 0The
The difference between MtWfen the twT parties partieswhich partiHlhl partieswhich
which hl h were w re indicated in evr er ry Republican Republicansong
song was that the th Democratic Dem ratk parts partsdid partydid
did not know what It wanted and < did not notknow notknow notknow
know how to get it the Republican party partyknew PArtyknePo partyknew
knew what it wanted and always kn knew knewho knewhow w whow
how ho to rt rRch ach out for it The Democratic Democraticparty Democraticpart Democraticparty
party was as essentially 6 enU1IJ one of divisions divisionsThe dlitllonThf diviaionsThe
The Republican party part had an n appetite ap tp and andknew andknf andknew
knew knf how to gratify it and the th > Demo Democratic Demooratie Demoeratie ¬
cratic party part had beliefs bell fs for the good of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country On these > oeliefs D > itf battles battleswere atth8WEre battleswere
were fought to the th finish finishWe rinl hitchtVc h hV
We V are going into the th campaign torn tornwith tornwUh tornwith
with distracted feeling flin many of us u head headIng heading heaulin
Ing in divergent views That is a feature of ofDemocratic IrDemocraUe ofDemocratic
Democratic procedure Tfcats why wh we weare WfOare weare
are going oing to hold a convention n You are areexposed areexposed
exposed to no such I h peril rn 1 congratulate congratulateyou
you ou on your our security You will iJI head a amass
mass meeting Your proceedings 8 are ar al always 11WR5 1 1ways ¬
ways arranged for you in public build building building ¬
ing at the other end of Pennsylvania ave avenue avenue evenue
Republican Issues IssuesAs
As to the platform Mr r Cockran ockran said saidthat SAitlthat saidthat
that if the New ew York Democratic oeratlc plat platform pl plotform t ¬
form was wa evasive aahe he wondered fl < what whatwould whatwould whetWOUld
would be the terms of that t bat written in inthe Inthe inthe
the White hHe House Hou Mr Ir Cockran humor humorously ¬
cutely ouBl referred d to a remarjc saJ aM < to have havebeen h8ebeen havebeen
been made bv b President Roosevelt about aboutthe aboutthe I Ithe
the good an and bad trusts Ilf H said that thatnaturally tbatnaturan thatnaturally
naturally ba had t trusts were those which whichinlsed whichraised hkh hkht
raised t I ed the prices pr1 but a great at onslaught onslaughthas osalaughthas
has ba been made on one whlcn elM < not rats ratsprices ra rapr raiseprices
prices pr s the Northern orth > nt Securities SHUrl t5 company companyand con1panand companyand
and it had only been b t n compvil to change changeIts clum clumiLo doingstts
Its bafe The T trusts whteit hJeh raised d prices priceswere priPsJir priceswere
were those t which wbi h were protected Jrot t d by b the thetariff thetariff I Ilr
tariff Jir wall wallMr wallMr
Mr Dtilzell DHJz n of Pennsylvania ask asked Mr MrCockran Mrkran MrCockraa
Cockran kran if he had the t same views W when whenhe wh ahenmaking n
he h < was making Republican speeches in in1S
1S 1 SMr S I
Mr Cockran responded reepoooffith that t be never nevermade r rmftde
made H Republican speech t in his life lifethat Utethat lifethat
that he supported McXlnley when the thepeople the54OplC
people plc had forced a financial plank in inthe Inthe iiithe
the platform which met his 8 Cockranw Cockranwapproval Coeknmpaproal Cockraiisaprorsl
approval aproalI
Dalzells Insinuation InsinuationI
I I will state tate that I have been 1 bhe informed informedthat informMthlt informedthat
that it was 8S profitable to the gentleman gentlemanfrom gentlemRnI gentlemanfrom
I from New York to support McKinley McKlnleyAhen IcKlnleyI McKinleyhen
Ahen hen he did hJ remarked Mr 11 Dalaell amid amidapplause amidRIJIlHue amidapplause
I applause and laughter on the Republi Republican ¬
can side sideThat seThat sIdeThat
I That is i 4 3 statement tat J nt replied Mr MrCockran MrCockran MrCockran
Cockran with vehemence which has hasbeen hasbeen
I been made > wherever Wiere tth re has been beenfound beenfound n nround
found a mouth foul enough to utter words wordsbehind wordsEhlnd wordsbehind
behind whjch there was no conscience conscienceDemocratic conscienceDemocratic
Democratic 1 mocratlc applause I challenge the thegentleman th thgentltman thegentleman
gentleman and all the cohorts of vice viceand vicaAnd viceand
and crime and corruption that are em embodied ftnbodied embodied ¬
bodied in the Republican party to show showthat showthat showthat
that the national committee ever er contrib contributed oontrlbut contributed ¬
uted ut d as much mu h as my m railroad fare during duringall
all that campaign campaignThfs campalJ1tThis campaignThM
This was greeted with prolonged cheers cheersand cheersand cheersand
and applause on the Democratic side sideI sld sldI
I do not suppose the centfceman paid paklany paidan paidany
any an railroad fare 8rf said Mr fr Dalzell DalzellMr DaJzelJIr DalmhlMr
Mr Ir Cockran C kran said he paid his own ex expenses expns cxpenses ¬
penses pns wherever he went and continued continuedChallenged oonttnudChallenged continuedChallenged
Challenged the Republicans RepublicansT R pub1icansT
T challenge halit > npe the th gentleman je Uf > 1RRn now as I Ichallenged Ihanengfd Ichailcnged
challenged Mr Hanna while b he was liv living IhIn living ¬
ing In as I challenged the tIl New ew York Tri Tribune Trihunt Tnhone ¬
hunt teat fall nfl In New w York while Mr MrHanna MrHenna Ir IrHAnna
Hanna was still living and as I now chal challenge chaLlengt challenge ¬
lenge everyone on that eide ide to show showwhere Nllowwher showwhere
where > in the thl1 last At twenty t > nt years I have not notbeen notheen notbeen
been a subscribed to instead of a re recipient rf rfclplent reciplent ¬
cipient from campaign funds The gen gentleman gentleman gaittieman ¬
tleman attributes to me what he knows knowsto
to be the universal u Je al custom of v every eve Re Republican Republican Republicaa ¬
publican politician politicianThis 0IlUclanThis olittciaaThis
This wan greeted with prolonged cheers cheersand cheersand cheersand
and applause ap > laust by b the Democrats DemocratsI
I can say as to myself m s6lr said Mr Dal Dalzell DaJ7tIl Dalzell
zell precisely precl elY what the gentleman has hassaid basaJd hassaid
said aJd himself witli respect to campaign campaigning ¬
ing In
ingI I should not have respectod renpect tho gen gentleman gentleman gentlcman ¬
tleman retorted Mr Cochran but it ithas Ithas ithas
has been b on my m experience In life that no noman nom noubOft noman
man is quick to accuse another Wat of r any anyinfamy an aninfamy
infamy m unless he has ubOft been intimate wit witIt with withIt t tIt
It hlssself
hlssselfDemocratic Dezpocrntic Democratic Cheering CheeringThere Ch CheeringThere ering eringThere
There jwere were moce rp zne anplaus apIapaspid nl cheering cheeringContinued ehe ehingon rjon
on this emuqat I jI i11p i11pThe
The trIfJ mVQp Ib P t11t thai logjc logjcContinued 10gb 10gbCOfldfIued
Continued on 00 p P Page ce l 4 4
South Sees in Him an Ideal IdealCandidate IdeaICandidate I ICandidate
Candidate for President PresidentHAS Presidentt PresidentHAS PresidentHAS
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Special to the TheHe TheHet HeraM HeraMfASHLNGTON HeaktWASHINGTON
t A fASHLNGTON April AprilV APrUta SSfc Th ThSouth Ae AeSouth
WASHINGTON V V South want victory y tory saId rtd R ReJf ReJfresentaUve Rpresentative if ifresentatlve
resentatlve Hardwick of G G8OI G8OIgla Georgte o ogia
gia one of the most determined art artIrcs ag aggressive g gpreswlve
preswlve Ircs tve and intelligent champions thampktMi1Il thampktMi1Ilthe championsthe f fthe
the young Democracy D nocracy of that l part ttC ttCthe ofthe C Cthe
the country the other day We Ve wawt wawtto ws wsto
to win and we think tbinkwe we see in Jw Jutl JutlParket Jadt JadtParker ste steParker
Parker the man who can lead its UP UPvictory 110vIctory tovictory
victory We e are are tired of being beolntflced seal saoHflced sealficed
flced on the altar of party expediency exiedienqrWe XPedI XPedIVe
We Ve are weary of the t candidacy of fman aay aayroan aavman
man who w whose very name to th the sial sialfor s4gaat s4gaatfor 1 1tor
for strenuous opposition within Iolft Iolftown otw otwown Our Ourown
own rank We e want a man u UPM UPMwhom upsawhom a awhom
whom all of US can an unite and who whostands WMstandB he hestands
stands a reasonable clmnc oC lead leadIng leadlag d ding
Ing the party to victory at the t e poHflE poHflESane poHS po4 po4Sane
Sane S n and Able AbleThe AbleThe AbleThe
The south sees such a man ta 1 Tmkge TmkgeParker Ts4eParker
Parker Its leaders and poiitlcfette be believe he heliee behove ¬
hove that in him all men who 9Orad 9Oradfor stisdtot
for the t he ideals of Democracy can reach reacha TeeIe TeeIea
a point of agreement He is without withoutthe wtthotttthe withoutthe
the deathly disadvantages disath Antases of the tend tenders leadera d deIS ¬
ers of either of the extreme w1a iap g of ofof oro ofof
of o to the party He is san sane an ana anaand able a1Meand ableand
and clearheaded we think he ought oughtto
to be able to winAgain win winAgain In InAgain
Again his supporters contend contendJudge contenJudge contendJudge
Judge Parker has no political en entanglements entanglements entanglements ¬
tanglements True it is that he ta 115ft 115ftstrong isstrong a astrong
strong friend of the erstwhile Demo Democratic DeJltOrati Democratic ¬
cratic rati leader lead r David B Hill but Alton AltonB
B Parker has never taken any part partin partj partin
in j n any an of the factional controversies controversiesthat ontroversletthat
that have lost to the Democratic party partythe partthe partythe
the control of thirtyeight electoral electoralvotes eleclwalvotes electoralvotes
votes in that state stateComes stateComes stateComes
Comes of Good Old Stock StockThis StockThis StockThis
This Democratic candidate cj c cpme > m nME e of ofgood Cgood Ofgood
good old American A1J > rJcan stock Ills H an ancestors ancestors ¬
cestors fought in the war of lode independence ilHlepentlencf lodependenee ¬
pendence > and in later lterth times 8 have baeeflta baeefltatrIbute havtrcetitributed con contributed ¬
tributed < to the strength the happiness happinessand
and the well el being of the American Americancommonwealth Americancommonealth Amer1aconimonwealtli
commonwealth Parker of the old oldtime oldtime
time fought as a private prha in the ranks ranksof raakof
of Washingtons army and his bisdescendants hisdeseendantfil hisdescendants
descendants have not been die distinguished dtJItlnguisbed dietinguished ¬
tinguished in any al1 way a They The have havebeen h ve
been cleancut simple farmers of ta tabetter Ute thebetter
better class with a yearning yearnlngtowanis towards towardseducation towadeeducation
education > that most of them have havefound baefound havefound
found it possible to gratify gratifyJudge gratifyJudge atlf atlfTudge
Judge Parkers P rkf > rs first political office officewas o oliS oieawas
was liS that of surrogate surr tp of Ulster coun county Cffllftty cusmly ¬
ty in which he was elected in 1ST7 1ST7In lSi7In 1S77In
In the office h he served r > d a secondrterw secondrterwHis o t tHis
His entrance into politico politl according accordingto Mccord Mccordto secordigto
to an investigator was due to the theinfluence t theinfluence e einftuente
influence of his old master in law lawdeed 1 11t14ge iaatodge
1t14ge SAAoftJDak iliftt M4 M4tI he4eeaa he4eeaatined
deed tI by b selfseeking lfseekiu poIitlcbi poIlUCiaDY poIlUCiaDYtakls pohItJcjaneBytaking suB suBtaking
taking up 11 he ne campaign of Shoonmak Shoonmaker S1ioon k ker
er Parker > r became one of tfH tJte e favorite favoriteof > faveritof Jr Jrof
of Samuel J Tilden and in 1SS6 18S wa wachairman wsa wsaeltairnian 118 118airman
chairman airman of the state executive com committee COlltmittee cootrnittee ¬
mittee This was as when David Da W B B Bill Billwas BillWRt II1 II1was
was elected governor Bill ihl was as the thegovernor t thegovernor e egovernor
governor who appointed Parker to the thesupreme thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court courtCareer courtCareer
Career Upon the Bench BenchParker BenchPark BenchParker
Parker Park r was one of the youngest youngestmem
men on the bench when he was nomi nominated noml1utted nondmisted ¬
misted by the Democrats D mocrats of the state stateto
to t succeed himself At this time he heVvas hewas
was 33 years old The Republicans Republicansdid
did not deem it fit to nominate any anyone an anon utyoils
one on in opposition and the Democratic Democraticjjcmincc Democticumlnce Democraticurmince
jjcmincc was overwhelmingly oY rhelmin ty elected electedHo etertedH electedHe
Ho H served erv l on the supreme court < bench benchuntil beMAuntil benchuntil
until he was elected chief Justlc of ofNew orXe ofNew
New Xe Yorks court of appeals by byplurality A Ajurallty < SMt SMtplurality
plurality pluralityThe pluralityThe juralltyThe
The bitter opponent oppon ntfC of Judge JudgeParker JUt JUtParler JmlOParker
Parker make much capital of his hisfriendship hisfriendship hisfriendship
friendship with exSenator HiH and andor ando ad ado
or o the supposed domination < n of Parker Parkerunder Parkerundel Parkerunder
under Hills influence > The facts of ofthe Lthe o othe
the matter seem em to be all the othr othrway otJtftay otei oteiway
way ay Hill Is very v > r much mU < h more largely largrtyunder lar largelyunder wy wyunder
under Parkers lniiu influence nce than Parker Parkeris
is under Hills Influence InfluenceOne Intlu influenceOne t
One of the Common People PeoplePersonally PeoplePersonal1 PeoplePersonally
Personally Judge Parker is one o of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the best informed and most m t practical practicalfarmers practkklfarmers practicalfarmers
farmers of which the Empire state statecan 8t8 8t8can Matecan
can boast He knows kno everything everythingabout eveorth eveorthaBout everythingabout
about the barns the cattle tUe sheds and andthe IUIfIthe mindthe
the chicken house hou and even the vie viestye pIfsttt pigstyos
stye styeHiR = His His home is at Esopw and i is murfc murfclike mwltlike mwklik
like that of any an other American The Thelibrary T1aelibrary Thelibrary
library the fireplace < the loor loo table tableii
ii the dining dlnln room the books the Utesic mu music masic ¬
sic that are everywhere about shew shewevidences 8MWeitltncet siseeevidences
evidences of tastes t tes that were not de devol de deyClolHd doeloped
vol eloped i > ed in a single sin le generation At Athis Athis
his M home Judge Jud Parker reveals ea him himself htIntflf bunself ¬
self and gentle ftntl unostentatious man lie hereally lierlall liereally
really rlall is j the mask of reserve fan in inthe Inthe
the presence iue ence of the wife wir and mother motherabout ther ber
about whom hom the home is i builded Seott SeottDickens tt
Dickens Thackeray and otner old mae mesters
ters have for him a faffrination he hedoes lied bedoes
does d not try to conceal con < eaf they are re to tohim totim tnhim
him consistent on istent and loving friends and Ihe andhe andhe
he would not for a moment surrender surrendertheir sur surrOndertleir Mer Mertl1elr
their companionship companionshipDowri
Down at the capitol where regard regardless reg1Hdless regardless ¬
less of lawmaking politics rules one onefirds ne nefinds Refi
finds fi ds the true sentiments sentJmt > nts about Park Parker Pakand ¬
er and his opponents Parker has hasnever JwIanever luanever
never suffered s tiered a defeat he hehu has been beenvictorious beeItyictoriou4 beenvictorious
victorious when Democracys Dt motr8 < Ys banners bannershave 1Ma 1Mahave bonuerahave
have been trailed trai1 d in the dust dusta1l and he heis beIs
is being beln g looked look l upon as the leadecof leadecofthe leadeCt leadeCtthe leader oC oCthe
the party in the > next election electionBOILERMAKERS electiono electionBOILERMAKERS
Boston April prll IS 25Forty Forty boIlermakers bolermakersIn
In the Norwood shops Sb P < and about tw twenty tWlyIn Hty Htyin
in the Roxbury and South Boston shops shopsof
of the New York New Haven < Hartford Hartfordrailroad Hartfordrailroad IlrtfoMrailroad
railroad are involved in the general strike strikeof strikeor strikeof
of members mt > mbers of that craft throughout the thesystem tbe8lIttm thesystem
system which began last night The men mendemand mendemand n nIhmand
demand a readjustment rt > of schectotoe so sothat 80lltat sothat
that tbf they can work nine hours daily dall an aad aadtm d dstill < f fstill
still tm receive pay for ten hours The Thobeilerraakers Thebellermak4rs Theboilermakers
boilermakers employed hy b the Boston BostonAlbany B Bj BotestAlbany
Albany j Ihan railroad also al have ha e < v grievances and andin aMdIn andIn
in union circles c1rcl here h re It Is I understood uod fSt ofl that thata
a strike will be ordered tonight itntee itnteedischarged un undl tsnl tsnldischarged
discharged dl harged men in the Springfield Spri gtteW shops shopsare shopsare hottJare
are reinstated reinstatedASKED reinstatedASKED reinstatedASKED
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraJdWashington HeraldWashington
Washington April prll 23 SIhe The res4na rest resignatian resignatianhas 1tiMh 1tiMhhas e ehas
has been called for of SchoorSupria SchoorSupriatendent School Su Superia Superiateudent rla rlateodent
tendent McArthur of o the Nez ez Percys PercysIdaho Pet PesOdaho c cJdaho
Idaho Indian agency a oncy Charges Chaig86W6re Chaig86W6remade tvAM tvAMmade tvzzemade
made that McArthur deposited I3fe I3fefunds Iatdlaa IatdlaaundEt IpEIIaafunds
funds In 4i a bank In which lie was W later laterosted iDtetO5ted loferosted
osted O5tedWILL a
I ISt iSt
St Louis April 23 23Charl Charles s Krate for former former former ¬
mer member > r of the city clt council now wi wider mtto mlder ¬
der 40000 bond to answer to anment an iiwfiet iiwfietment in4iemeat
ment charging him with briberywf briberywfcouncilman bloory bloorye briborywhiecouncllmn
councilman e has returned from CUR GuaJam CURIra Guaj Guaj3am
Jam 3am Max reC Krantz urn je hewill he wilt wiltat 11 ai aiat a aat
at Butler Bull r Mo lou at the tMoo th ofim ofzsil4ug ofzsil4ugterm riI s g gterm o ill illterm >
term of the Bates courity coun rlreut cIreuteO5i re < eo e rt o oanswer 0answer oanswer
answer the th bribery charge against him

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