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TO COMBAT THE THELABOR THEI
I LABOR UNIONS UNIONSPlans
Plans for Organizing the Em Employers Employersof ¬
ployers ployersof of the t be Country CountryROOSEjVELT CountryROOSEJVELT
ROOSEjVELT PUT PUTassIoN ON RECORD RECORDSESSION
SESSION OF THE IN INASSOCIATION INDUSTRIAL INDUSTRIALSASSSOCMTION
ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONEW
1 EW YORK Nou No 30 BOPans Plans for or organising orI ¬
I ganising the employers x > f labor laborin laborIn
in this tld country to combat the la labor Iabor
bor unions were considered at today todaysession todayI todayIesiIOn
session Of the Citizens Industrial as association asotition ¬
sociation convention Among the ad ¬
dresses delivered was one by Daniel
Davenport of Bridgeport Conn exec executive execUtive ¬
utive a agent eut of the American AntirBoy
cU tt association Mr Davenports sub ¬
let was V fTlie Purnosw and Work c of ofth
tht th American AntiBoycott Associa ¬
lIon lIonIt tionIt
It w ws In the employment bureau of
the country that Frederick W V Job Jobsecretary Jobereta
secretary ereta of the Chicago Employers Employersassociation EmployersasocJRdaon
association found hope of a future s set settiement t ttlemoat
tlemoat of all troubles between em employes emjloyes ¬
ployes and employers To that bureau bureaulie bureaihe
lie declared both sides must return In Inthe Inthe
the end to find relief reliefJohn reliefJohn
John Beattie a representative of the theblaster theMaster
blaster Painters and Decorators asso association assocatlon ¬
ciation speaking of the labor situation situationin ituat1onh
in New York sid sidRoosevelt Jd JdKoosevelt
h
Roosevelt on Record HecordI
I do not want yon to think thln that the themen themen
men of N New w York are held up with withFirings withtrins
Firings trins willingly or lack sand We Weliave Weflave
liave In this city an organization that thatlias th thas
lias as suceeesfully fought the labor laborunions laborUnIons
unions We We5 We5brganized organized our association associationeighteen associationeighteen
eighteen months ago and made a astrong astrong
strong fight We formed analliance analliancewith a alliance alliancewith
with labor after a lockout lasting six sixteen sixleen ¬
teen weeks which paralyzed business businessRecently businessRecently
Recently I agked President Roose RoosevHt Rooselt
vHt lt as an American citizen to use his hisinfluence hisinfluence
influence i 1to to put the responaioility on onlabor on3abor
labor unwns unl s and he said Thats the Ithething thething
thing f that hat Is needed neededThe neededThe
The Hesolutions HesolutionsThe
The Th report of the committee oil reso resolutions resomuons ¬
lutions which was adopted reaffirmed reaffirmedthe
J the objects as adopted at the Chicago Chicagoand ChcagoanI
and Indianapolis conventions the Citi Citizens Citizena ¬
zens Industrial conventlcn and again againdeclares againdeclares
declares for forThe x xThe
The open shop Demanding only good goodJaith goodfa3th
Jaith and fair dealing It Discriminates Discriminatesagainst qlscriminateaagatn
against neither neItheruinton union nor independent independentlaborers independentl
laborers laborersThe l borers borersThe
The freedom of the apprentice and andtheright andthe
theright the right of the individual to have a atrade aIrade
trade and anfollow follow it itThe ItThe
The right of private contract with withequal withequsl
equal obligation upon employer and andemployes andsmpioyes
employes
Right to Work WoikThe WorkThe
The right to work limlimg the thehoura the2iourn
houra of labor whether of brains or orc r rtif
c tif > f the hand Is a matterofvmutual matterofvmutualngrepnuent matter of mututlI mututlIngrepmetfl
ngrepnuent not a subject subJetfor for arbitrary arbitrarylegtaliitive arbitrarylegllutive
legtaliitive etwctmeat etwctmeatTh
Th enforcement of the law lawThe lawTh
The Th re resoTUtia OlMtt 8 direct that the xecu xecut
t ire omnittCee take t ne IIEssVY IIEssVYps sary saryeteps
eteps ps to secure a proper eJtannel of ac activity aclivity ¬
tivity for the corchition of Interested InterestedvrgaiuziUions interestediorgaiizaLions
vrgaiuziUions with the tb Citizens itLze Indus Industrial IndusIrial ¬
trial Association of America AmericaApprentice AmericApprentice
Apprentice Question QuestionContinuing QuestionontlnuIng
Continuing the resolutions say sayWhereas sayWhereas
Whereas The limitation which the thetrades thetrades
trades union set upon the number of ofapprentices ofapprenticee
apprentices In any shop Is largely re responsible reaponsibie ¬
sponsible for the disappearance of ofskilled ofkilIed
skilled labor is destructive of the in industry Industry ¬
dustry and is one of the greatest dis disturbing disturblng ¬
turbing faqtors in the industrial devel development eveI eveIvpment ¬
opment of the country in that It limits limitsthe limitsthe
the right of the individual to learn a atrade alride
trade and andWhereas andc
c Whereas The effort made by tile tlfcemployer tileemployer
employer to increase the number of ap apprentices ap3rPntces ¬
prentices in a trade is ueocsmrily ham hamjiered hampr
jiered pr r5 by the above limitations there therelore therefre
lore be it
Artisan Schools SchoolsR S hools hoolsRsolvcd
R Rsolvcd solved That the CJtteens Indus Industrial Industrial ¬
trial Association otiation of America recom recommend recoinmenu ¬
mend menu th > establishment by boards of oferlucai of11uc3
erlucai 11uc3 < In > i tif < f artisan school under the theuntT theti
< untT ti md direction oC the itnte giv givdnK gtvdiplma
dnK a diploma which lticIi shall be the evl evli evitItc
< i tItc nc of the right to begin to practice practicea
a L trade tradeResolved tnr1iflclvd
Resolved Further thatit that It be recom recommended rocom3flenh1e1 ¬
mended to individual employers so far faras faras
as practicable to esUWfah training traininghoofs trainingshools
shools < hoofs in their own shops and ns rap rapidly rpliy ¬
idly liy as pOiwible to increase the mini nuntIHT minibr
IHT of apprentices desiring to learn the thetrade thetrade
trade
S
Condemned as Disloyal DisloyalWhcrras DisloyalWhereas
Whereas As in his farewell address addressWashington addreseVashiugton
Washington declared a well regulated regulatedjniHtia regulstM3iittia
jniHtia necessary for national defense defenseand defiiaeWhereas
and
Whereas Organized labor through throughout ¬
out the country seeks to discourage discourageand
and practically prohibit membership
in 1 the s > tatc lat mUitia therefore be I It ItR ItS
S R Rpolvd rolv d That this association con conifnns conPl1fl
< ifnns Pl1fl thi policy of labor unions as astlisloval aacliIoyaI
tlisloval and dangerous destroying the thenatural thenatural
natural nucleus of republican defense defenseweakening defenseiveakeeing
weakening the attachment of the clt cltyons ettisens
yons to the state impairing a patriotic patrioticinspiration patrioticlnsplratioii
inspiration to our children anti uhf ultimately uhfiiiately ¬
mately necessitating an increase in our ourstanding ourstanding
standing army repugnant to o our tra traditions tralitioUs ¬
ditions and institutions institutionsProud InstitutionsProud
Proud of the Record BecordAVallaee RecordVdlace
AVallaee Downey president eC a the New NewTurk NewVurkMet1
Turk VurkMet1 Metal Trades association said that thatli
li I > wa proud of what has been done for forthe forlh
the lh onea shop in the east He said aaMIn saidIn
In ft fights the metal trades associa association ussuciatu ¬
tion tu Ms 55 won ail 11 the strikes without the theKIcritic th thIrfdee
KIcritic Irfdee of principles Our employ employsliivc
Jive admitted that they were mistaken mistakenuj mfstaketnd
uj tnd < l we were right rightI
1 ora not an enemy of labor 5 he con ¬
tinue and nd 1 want every IalH laboring > ring man mant
t < > g gi < r fair play Labor unions have us usxnurh s s3lni
xnurh 3lni ti right to exist as our organization organisationKveryom organizationverYQ1
Kveryom verYQ1 knows that the prevailing rate ratef
< f w W4ge gp and the eighthour labor taw tawlias lawas
lias as iinnc serloua damage and I am glad gladthat gladthat
that it t has b been n declared unconstitution unconstitutional ¬
al H drirss business to oth other r state I Iurn Inm
urn In favor of eight hours but I want wantsir vantnt
sir tli < 1 same tine to w work rk a long as I Ilike Ilike
like I am ia favor of paying the highest highestrate higuiestrate
rate of if wages and giving the shortest shortestwork shortestwork
work day
LnWork
Work on the Coast CoastJam CoastIamnu
Jam s A ffimory counsel of the C1U C1Uznrf CtUzni
znrf alliance of San Francisco told of ofthe ofthe
the system of organization oa the Pacific Pacificcoast PacificcoaSt
coast He said that In San Francisco Franciscolabor FranciscoS
S labor wa was so well organized that they theyjin theyI
I had unions of tl chickem picicere tell tellIn
jin In rnu i ifurriers and th andwieh or banner bannera
furriers furriersOn a rrlers rrlersOn
On the report Of the th nominating com comniUue cornxuitti
niUue David M Parry of Indianapolis Indiaiwpolldwas
was reelertod proeident of the Citizens CitizensInduvtrial Citizens1ndutria1
Induvtrial association J 1 C Craig of Den Denver Denver ¬
ver was elected first vice president Major MajorA
A C C Roscncranz of ISvansville hid Indi
i rcasurcr rcasurcrViiJhin rtasurerVahiegtofl
ViiJhin Vahiegtofl ton Xdv StL alt It was author autlmritfltlvely author1atIvei
tfltlvely staled at the th Vbite Hou5e today todaythat todaythat
that the president hat tx > recollection of ofl ofa
a l it from John JJcatti 3eatti the th representa representative reprsemiaT ¬
T lie of the Master Paintfrs and Decor Decorator Deeortflrs ¬
ator tflrs association who it t the convention conventionof
of tin tIi citizens Industrial association in inNew incw
New cw York today tedS declared that the presi president prem44lit ¬
dent had endorsed a proposition to put putupon puttipoc
upon labor bor unions the responsibility f fy fy1anLzing < y yparavzing
paravzing fousimss by by 1Kkoiit It Itsvas also alsowas
was auiiun ifi unti < fI that the pr prsiizt siJent iit iitnnk i < l iut iutn
n nnk ake tht 1t remark attributed to him hv hvilr bylr
ilr lr J3eattie
CIRCUIT CI RCUIT COURT COURTWILL COURTWILL
WILL HEAR CASE CASEEx CASEI1aItCa1I
f
Ex ExHairCailed
+
HairCailed in Colorado Elec Electfon EIection
tfon Matters MattersSCHEME MattersSCHEME
SCHEME TO SEAT PEA80DY PEA80DYLATEST PEABODY
4
5
LATEST HOVE OF THE G 0 Ei EiASCTOBNEYS P PSATTORNEYS
ASCTOBNEYS SATTORNEYSS
S +
444444 + + + + + 4 ± MH + + + M + 4 4r M + M + + t 444444iv 444444ivr + + + + + +
r Denver DertverColo Colo Nov 30 30With With the thef theexception
+ f exception of one precinct which whichwas 4 4f
+ f was ordered held up by the s sfj so soDreme
+ fj < Dreme remc court the official equnt of ofthe ofthe +
+ the vote In Denver county at the thef therocent +
+ f recent election has been completed completedIt +
+ It gives a plurality to Adams AdamsDemocratle + f fDemocratis
+ Democratis candidate for govar govornor 4 4f
+ f nor of S310 The vote vot follows followsAdams + f fAdams
+ Adams 33577 Peabody 28267 28267i +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + 4 H4 H4C + + + + + + + + + + +
C i T PAUL Minn Nov 30 30Through 30Throughthe Through Throughthe
the medium of a petition of Ml Mlohael Miohael
ohael Dowd who deposes that thathe thathe
he has been Illegally deprived of higl higlliberty hi hiliberty
liberty by the supreme court of Colo Colorado Cob Cobrado ¬
rado theelection the election contest of Denver Denverwas Denvertas
was brought before the circuit court courtof court courtof
of appeals today Attorney E F Rich Richardson Richardson ¬
ardson of Denver presented the pet petition pettIon ¬
tion of Mr Dowd to Walter H San Sanborn aii aiiborn
born presiding judge of the court sit sitting sittin ¬
ting tin in chambers and asked for a writ writof writof
of habeas corpus for the plaintiff Dowd Dowdclaiming Dowdclaiming
claiming that the supreme court of Cot Collorado Cotore4o
lorado had exceeded its authority In Incommitting InCommitting
committing DOwd and incidentally in lcl ntalby a anumber anumber
number of others to jail f9r contempt contemptI
I of court In connection with the election electioncontests electioncontests
contests contestsThe contestsThe
The state of Colorado through At Attorney AttOrne ¬
torney tOrne General Miller wired General GeneralI GeneralSanborn
I Sanborn that it desired to be heard heardin
in the matter and after Mr Richard Richardson ¬
son had stated his side of the case in inPresenting InPresenttijg
Presenting the petition Judge Sanborn Sanbornmade Sanborntnade
made an a1r order setting Dec 10 ib as the theday thec2ay
day for a hearing of the case on its itsmerits itsmerits
merits the court sitting en bane at St StLouis StLouts
Louis unless for some good reason it itinight Itfright
fright appear necessary to change the thedate thedate
date Judge Sanborn wired the attor attorney attorfey ¬
fey general of Colorado to this effect effectnnd effecthad
had unless good reason Is shown the thecase thecase
case will be heard then Mr Rich Rlchardson Richarcljton
ardson said he believed the other side sidewould sidewould
would be ready at that time timeBEPUBUCAN timeREPUBLICAN
REPUBLICAN PLOT PLOTHow PLOTHow
How They Thexpect Expect to Seize the Office Officeof Officeof
of Governor GovernorDenver GovernorDenver
Denver Cole Nov 30 30The The supreme supremeCBUrt supremeeurt
CBUrt today heard argument on a a mo motton moUon
tton which has an important bearing bearingunii
1 upoi the result of the election of gov governor governor ¬
ernor and members of the legislature legislatureJ
J in this state Attorneys representing representingthe
the Republican party iaye ave asked the theoriginal thesupreme
supreme cp rt which has assumed assumedoriginal
original jurisdiction in the local elec election election ¬
tion oases to p order the Denver election electioncommission electioncommission
commission to toy > throw out the tl entire entirevote entiievote
vote of a prje pre1nct Jnct in which lt istiil istiilleged is I Iegetj
leged the courts order eclating tb tbwatchete tbwatcheIa
watchete was violated without an in invastigaiian Investtgatjcz
vastigaiian to determine ib tho number numberof
of legal votes cast and without opening openingthe ocnin ocninthe
the ballot boxr Shpuld Sbpuldhe Jihe court prder prderthe Qrderthe
the vot vote of thfe precinct tifrbwnout tifrbwnoutthe thrown oat oatthe
the attorneys for the Republicans will willdemand willdemand
demand similar action in respect to toabout toabout
about fifty precincts in which it is al alleged alleged ¬
leged that the courts orders were vie violated viebated ¬
bated
For Peabodys Benefit BenefitAll BenefitAlt
All these precincts preelnctsgave gave majorities for forAlvs forAirs
Airs Adums dams for governor and by bythrowing bythrowing
throwing out ti the e returns the Repub Republican Republican ¬
lican managers hope to overcome overcomeAdams overcomeAdams
Adams majflrlty of about 11000 in the thestate thestate
state and continue nUnue Goveinor Peabody Peabodyin
in office The control of the state son senate sonate ¬
ate also appears to hings upon the de decision decision ¬
cision of this matter matterTwo matterfivo
Two hours were given bach > ach side for forArgument forrgunien
Argument rgunien Attorneys John M Wal Waldron Waldron
dron and H J Hersey made the argu arguments argumerits ¬
merits in favor of throwing out the thevotes theotes
votes and United States Senator SenatorThomas SenatorThomas
Thomas M Patterson and Samuel Bel Belford Bellord
ford argued against such a proceeding proceedingAttorney proceedingAttorney
Attorney Waldron gave a history of ofth ofthe
th the events leading up to the contempt contemptcase oontemptReferring
case Referring to the precinct in inquestion Inquestion
question he said saidThe saidThe
The ballots were mysteriously spir spirited spirited ¬
ited away and papers were < substituted substitutedwhich substitutedwhich
which no huionn being had ever voted votedWhat votedWhat
What we anow Hajanpu is that the socalled socalledcertificate socalledcertificate
certificate which is really no certificate certificateat
at all be set aside and the defendant defendantelections defendantelections
elections commission be ordered not to tocount toCOUI1L
count the returns returnsMr returnsMr
Mr Waldron charged that in the thePresent thopresent
Present case the thieves had been pun punished punished ¬
ished but up to the present time they theyhad theyhad
had been allowed to keep the stolen stolengoods stolengoods
goods goodsI
1 Ho Precedent PrecedentSenator PrecedentSenator
Senator Patterson questioned the ju jurisdiction juriwhletlon ¬
risdiction of the supreme court In the thematter themutttr
matter at bar saying there was no noprecedent noprecedent
precedent to support tlie petition of the iheRepublicans theRepublicans
Republicans If the court should grant grantthe grantthe
the application it would be encroach encroaching encroachlag ¬
lag upon the prerogatives of the legte legteHUure legiclature
HUure which body sloiw had the right rightto
to say what votes should be counted countedThe countedThe
The court then took the petition un under undee ¬
dee advisement but made no announce announcement ann unee uneempnt ¬
ment mpnt OB to when a decision could be beexpected beexpeeted
expected expectedAnother expeetedMiotlier
Another arrest was made today on onsupreme onbupreme
supreme court warrants charging con contempt contempt ¬
tempt that of Willis Spencer an dee election deeUon ¬
tion clerk He wai wn released on 51000 51000bonds 1000 1000bonds
bonds bondsJohn bondsJohn
John Kendflefc another election electionclerk electioncierc
clerk who was arrested yesterday and andtemporarily andtemporarily
temporarily uafoled on account of Iii 111ne Iiifl058
ne fl058 futMKhid a bond of1000 of iCCQ today todayalso todayalso
also f i iCourt
S
Court Gives Notice NoticeChief NoticeChief
Chief Justice Gilbert gave notice noticefrom noticefroni
from the bench thiu afternoon aftern mo that he hei hewished
i wished all lower courts to cease taking takingjurisdiction takingjurisdiction
jurisdiction in Denver election mat matters matters ¬
ters and alsonotified members of the thebar thebar
bar present that they must desist from fromtrying fromtrying
trying to further Involve the Denver Denverelection Denverelection
election cases by seeking to have other othercourt othercourts
court take jurisdiction jurisdictionThe
The oral Instruction was occasioned occasionedby
by the application of C Attorney Henry HenryJ
J Hersey counsel to the Republican Republicanparty Republicanparty
party in election cages for a writ of ofprohibition ofprohibition
prohibition jvgainst the county court courtpreventing courtpreventing
preventing tjie tie operation of a mandam mandamus ¬
us writ Issued by the county court di direetlng directing
reetlng the election commission to tomake tomake
make certain changes In the returns returnsBen returnsBen
Ben F Woodward W iodward representing Theo Theodore Theudore ¬
dore MoGuire Democratic candidate candidatefor
for senator iji ji Whose interest the man mandamus mandamus ¬
damus was Issued attempted to make makean makean
an argument against Herseys applica application apphicatlon ¬
tion for a writ of prohibition It was wasthen wanthen
then that the judges ire awokoand awoke and he hegave hegave
gave the notification which he said saidwas saidwas
was final Judge Gabbert scored iAt iAttorncy Attorney
torncy Bunklee representing the doe elections doetiojIs ¬
tions committee for not informing him himof himof
of the action of the county court courtThis courtThis
This was followed by an order vacat vacating vacatlag ¬
lag the mandamus of the county court courtConspiracy courtConspiracy
Conspiracy Cases Casestoitikf CasesIuijC4h4t
toitikf IuijC4h4t K affi ichief chief license Inspector InspectorMfeiiMf Inspectorrfr1k
MfeiiMf rfr1k lr jarnty alderman Edward EdwardrtMaijnpk
rtMaijnpk 0 IaflJi Charles Kofsky Kofrl andJoseph anJ Joseph
CLOSING IN UPON UPONTHE UPONS
S THE FORTRESS FORTRESSJaps
Japs Have Carried port on on203Metre
203Metre Hill HilhBATTLE HillBATTLE
1
S
BATTLE IS NOW PROCEEDING PROCEEDINGNOGI
C
NOGI SENDING WOTTNDED TO TOTHE TOTEE
THE BEAK BEAKTbkio
Tbkio Iokh Nov 30 30It It isreported isreportedChat is reported reportedthat +
+ Chat the Japanese today assault assaultad + f ff
f ed carried and rfetajhea th the south 4 4St f fv
St v eastern nortlon of 203 Meter hill 4 4ii +
+ ii 4
4 Tokio Nov 30VC10 p m mJrn mJrnpenal Im + f
4 + penal headquarters made the fol 4 4lowing
4 + lowing announcement tonight tonightOur 4 4Our +
+ Our force operating against 203 4 P
4 Meter hill advanced at 10 oclock 4
4 4 today from trenches already cap 4
4 4 tured near the summit of the bill 4 4f 4and
f 4 + and are now struggling for the +
4 southeastern portion Of the fort on 4 f
4 4 the summit 4 4f 4
4 f A fierce battle was still raging 4
4 at 5 7 oclock tonight + f
4 4
4 Tokio Dec 1 1iUntjjnedThe CJfntJmed The 4 4
4 4 Japanese have1 haveeapt cap tured redajd ajid > now 4
4 hold 208 2O Meter hill 4 4TOKIO +
+ + 47 + + + + + + + + + k + + + + + 4 4T
T OXIO Dee 1 j10 10 a a mj mT114 The im imperial imI ¬
TOKIO I penal army Headquarters an announces annunces ¬
nounces that the Japanese troops troopsbesieging troopsbesieging
besieging Port Arthur are in possession possessionof
of 203 Meter hill The following dis dispatch dispatch ¬
patch iias been given out outThe outThe
The army commenced a bombard bombardment bombardmont ¬
mont against 203 Meter hill at dawn dawnNov dnwnNov
Nov 30 and made several charges be before before ¬
fore 4 oclock In the afternoon Owing Owingto
to the enemys stubborn resistance th thcharges the thecharges
charges failed At o oclock in the aft afternoon alternoon ¬
ernoon our force advanced against the thesoutheastern thesoutheastern
southeastern portion of the hill made madea
a fierce charge and reached within thir thirty thirty ¬
ty meters of the summit At 7 oclock oclockwith oclockwith
with reinforcements we charged to the thetop thetop
top which was occupied by our force forceAgainst forceAgainst
Against the northeastern part of the thehill thebill
hill we also charged and at 8 oclock oclockthe oclockthe
the entire fort on the summit fell into intoour intoour
our hands The Russians left heaps of ofdead ofdead
dead bodies on the eastern side of the thehill thebill
hill but we have had no time to inves investlgate investigte
tlgate further furtherKEGAKDLESS furtherREGARDLDSS
KEGAKDLESS OF COST COSTJaps COSTJaps
Japs Lost 5000 5000vlffen vlffen Men in Two Hours HoursBefore ffoursBefore
Before Port Arthur ArthurSt
St Petersburg Nov 30 30OfflciaI Official and andprivate andprivte
private dispatches received here today todayindicate todayindlehte
indicate that the Japanese are falling fallingback fallingback
back below Sinmintlri where for sev several sevcml ¬
eral days they had apparently been beenattempting beenattempting
attempting a turning movement After Afterfour fter fterfour
four days of tolerablysevere but un unsuccessful Unsuccessful ¬
successful fighting they arrtow retir retiring retiring ¬
ing with the Russian in pursuit It Is Isimpossible isimpossible
impossible as yet to tell whether either eithermovement eithermovement
movement has real strategic signifi significance signhticaflce4 ¬
cance canceThe caflce4 caflce4The
The Russian consul at Chefoo tele telejgraphs tolegraphs
jgraphs graphs that the Janane Jtpaneeaptured > ge antured tvro tvroi twfqrts
fqrts i > In the stormingona stormingonais amtjat amtjatPMt
PMt MttonoP 1ttIi sS sSs
is s not confirmed from any othj oth7 q quar quartsr ar arier
ier The consul says the Japanese JapaneseIOPWS Jpaneselotes
IOPWS were enormous and that 5060 5060men 5O0men
men were sacrificed in two hours hoursFuel hoursFuel
Fuel and Forage Short ShortRussian ShortRussian
Russian Headquarters Mukden Nov Nov30Quiet
30 30Quiet Quiet generally prevailsalong prevails along the thefront thefront
front The most important problem problemnow
now ifr the supply of fuel and forage foragebut foragebut
but a commission which 4ia hiss been beenformed beenformed
formed is taking energetic steps to keep keepup keepup
up the supply of both these necessaries necessariesTokio necessariesTokio
Tokio Report KeportGeneral ReportGeneral
General Okus Headquarters via viaFusait viaFusiul
Fusait Tuesday Nov 29 29Delayed Delayed In Intransmission intransmisslonThe
transmission transmisslonThe The position po ition of the two twoarmies twoarmies
armies is practically unchanged There Therehas Therehas
has been no fighting save outpost outpostscouting eutimostscouting
scouting skirmishes and occasional occasionalRussian occasionalRusslun
Russian bombardments which are areusually areutsually
usually unanswered Neither side sideshows sideshows
shows any Indications oC moving The TheJapanese TheJapanese
Japanese are not affected by the In Increasing increasing ¬
creasing cold weather weatherWord weatherWord
Word from Kuropatkin KuropatkinSt
St Petersburg Nov No 30 30General 30GeneralIuropatktn General GeneralKuropatkin
Kuropatkin under date of Nov 20 re reports reports ¬
ports that the Japanese forco rco which whichevacuated whkhevacuated
evacuated Tsinkhetchen frlotir near DH DHpaw Diipals
paw < took up a fresh plDHitJort near the thevillage thevillage
village of Suldun about seven and A Ahalf ahalf
half miles southeast of that place placeThey placeThey
They carried off many man wounded The TheRussians TheRussians
Russians in the morning of Nov 29 29resumed 20resumed
resumed the offensive advancing in inthe inthe
the direction of Suidun Within one oneand oneawl
and onequarter miles they encountered encountereda encouptered encouptereda
a Japanese artillery fire By midday middaythe middaythe
the Russian artillery opened opened and under undercover undercover
cover of Its fire the Russian infantry infantryresumed Infantryreumed
resumed the advance Elsewhere all is isquiet Isquiet
quiet quietTIME
4 4TIME
TIME FOR FORREFLECTION FORREFLECTIONSenator REFLECTION REFLECTIONSenator
Senator Cockrell Has the Offer Offerof Offerof
of President Roosevelt RooseveltUnder RooseveltUnder
Under Advisement AdvisementWashington AdvisementWashington
Washington Nov Nov30Senator 30 Senator Cock Cockrell Cockrehl ¬
rell of Missouri who arrived In Wash Washington WashIngton ¬
ington last night from his home called calledtoday calledteday
today on President Roosevelt and had hadan hadar
an extended conference with him It Itwas Itwas
was the th first time the president and andSenator andSenator
Senator Cockrell had met since the theejection thectlEction
ejection In Missouri When It became becameevident becameevident
evident thaV tha the reeult of o the elec election dcction ¬
tion In Missouri would result in inthe inthe
the retirement from the senate of Mr MrCockrell MrCociSrell
Cockrell the president let it be under understood tinderstood ¬
stood that he would offer to him a aj afederal
j federal appointment commensurate commensuratewith
j with his ability knowledgeof knowledge Of public publicj publicaffaIr
j affair wide experience and high char character charactor
actor At the conference today the thepresident thepresident
president Informed Senator Cockrell Cockrellthat Cockrellthat
that he would appoint him as th member membereither membereither
either of the isthmian canal commis commission commission ¬
sion or of the Interstate commerce commercecommission commercecemmission
commission as the senator might elect electSenator electSenator
Senator Coclrrell did not Indicate to the thethe thepresident
president what he might do regarding regardingthe
the proffer and said to friends f tcmids after afternounce alterI
I the conference that he wotl1LI not an announce
nounce his decision perhaps for sev sevoral
1 era oral weeks and It was not necessary necessarythat necessarythat
that he should do so immediately immediatelySENATOR ImmediatelySENATORIVUTCHELL
SENATOR SENATORIVUTCHELL SENATORIVUTCHELLBADLYTANGLED MITCHELL MITCHELLBAD1LYTANGLED
BAD1LYTANGLED UP UPi UPPortland
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+ f Telegram quotes Special Prose Proseeutor +
4 cutor Honey ns saying f 4Uimited ff
+ f United StatesSenatorJjahn States Senat rJohii H 4 4Mitchell r rf
+ f Mitchell has refused to come to f 4Tortland ff
+ f Portland at the earnest nrodt and re repeated + f ff
+ f peatcd request oC the sneoljl pros + f fecutor
+ ecutor to twiify inthe lan la frauds + t tf
4 f trial Senate Mitchell iiao re ref 4
4 f fuses to divulge the name of a aprominent + f ff
+ f prominent attorney wh Wht j Intro + r
4 5 duoed Puter to him by letter at atthe + fc
+ the tin wheti Puter askel him 4 4to
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EVERYBODY GLAD GUDSTRIKEISENDift GLADSTRIKEISENDED
STRIKEISENDift STRIKEISENDiftBoom
4 4Boom
Boom Expected at Telluride as1 as1a asa
a Natural Result ResultI ResultMEANS
I MEANS MUCH FOR COLORADO COLORADOIN COLORADOBS
BS H4yE BEENDBOItT BEENDBOItTIN
IN THE LAST TEN DAYS DAYSI DAYSTelluride
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I Telluride Colo Cob Nov 30 30Both Both mini miniowfters mth4 mth4owbers
owfters and union miners are rejdlcln rejdlclnoter
oter the action of the San Juan Dfei Dfeitrfct Df Dftrict
trfct Miners association In session at atI atOtiray
I Ouray ending the strike in this dls dtstrfet
I trfct which wfes 1iil called Sept 1 1pli3 1pli3Pretint 13D8J 13D8Jt
t President dharlfes tharibs H Mayervt Moye Qf f Jhii JhiiwasJmiwisoned h hWesterpredezazjofl
Westerpredezazjofl at 1i 1iwasJmir1soned
wasJmiwisoned here for several severa months monthsof
I ldthttimir during mllitary deupon deuponof
of the camp has madtf the following followingstatement follotvingstateipent
statement stateipent concerning the action of the theMiners theMiners
Miners association which was taken in inaccordance Inaccordance
accordance with his advice adviceDemands
4 Demands Conceded ConcededVe ConcededWe
We > Ve have called the strike off be because because ¬
cause we take the position that the is issues issnes ¬
sues involved have been conceded by bythe bythe
the mineowners and operators oI rators In this thisdistrict thistjlrict
district in that they recently posted postednotices postednotices
notices to the effect that on Dec 1 they theywould theywould
would grant an eighfhour work day daybpth daylith
bpth for their mills and their smelters smeltersand smeltersand
and a minimum wage scale scalefaa f 8 a day dayThese dayThese
These were the thedeznands demnnds ive wenade made ttvor ttvora vor vora
a year ago agoWe agoWe
We have had no conference with witheither
1 either the mineowners or mine opera operators operat ¬
tors t rs and have no knowledge of what vhatpo1tioti
I position they are going to take regard regarding retarding ¬
ing the union But the fact thrtt they theyhave theyhave
have granted our demand Indicates indt ates that thattheV thatthey
they will ask no questions and neither neitherwill neitherwill
will we ask any questions and I be believe behere ¬
here that within sixty days every mine mineand mineand
and mill at Telluride and Ophir will be berunning berunning
running their full capacity with the thebeet thebest
beet workmen in the west employed employedKecent enployetlI
I Recent Deportations DeportationsDuring DeportationsDuring
During the past ten days the Tellu Telluride Iehiuride ¬
ride Citizens alliance has deported six sixj sixor
j or eight of our men but I do not bo boIfeve boIleve
Ifeve the mineowners of Telluride had hodi hadanything
i anything to do with this deportation deportationi
i I believe the mineowners are Inclined Inclinedto
to treat us fairly and to meet us half halfi millway
i way and I believe that public senti sentiI spflimont
I mont will demand that the theCltizdns CittzdYis al ali iiihiance
i llarce keep out 6f the question en entlrely entlt
tlrely tlt ely
tlrelyWhat elyVhat
What do you think will be the result resultation resultoe
oe titis action on the Cripple Creek aitu aituiitlonr
ation iitlonr Mr Moyor was asked askedI
I believe a change will occur in sixty sixtydays sixtydays
days that will be for the betterinpnt betterinpntof
of the Cripple Creek situation ba re replied C Cpiled ¬
plied The strike may not bo settled sOttledentirely
I entirely in that time but I am sure surea
a larger number of men will be at work workthan workthan
than at present presentDuring presentDuiing
During the past few days many manyunion manyunIon
union miners Including ome om of the themen themen
men deported by the military and busl buslness busiI
I ness men last summer have returned returnedexpecting returnedexpecting
expecting the strike to be called off offSince offSince
Since the inauguration of the strike strikethe strikethemines the thei
i mines and mills of the district have havenever
1 never been operated to their full ca caj CaI
j paclty pacltyNOBILITY 5 5I
I NOBILITY NOB1LITYINCONFERENCE NOB1LITYINCONFERENCELiberal IN CONFERENCE CONFERENCELiberal
Liberal Spirit in Russia Seems to Be BeSpreading 5eSpreading
Spreading SpreadingMoscow SpreadingMoscow
Moscow Nov 30 30A A confereneohere confereneohereof conference here hereof
of the marshals of the nobility discuss discussing dIsiuslag ¬
lag the most advisable Use for the thofund thefund
fund subscribed by the nobility in inhonor
1 honor of the birth of the heir to the thej thethrone
j throne unanimously opposed the pro proI
I I poeal O51ti to devote the money to fopnd a aI
i I second naval college or scholarships in inth InthD
th thD existing college favoring the use useof useof
of the money in opening openin village schools schoolsi
i on the models of the Desmoullris schools schoolsi sch ols
1 i in in France r IMUUU turn and the tue LitZ jai 6 auiiuuin schools in in vjer vjermany Cer Cermany
many This action is considered islgnl islgnlficsnt rignificent
ficsnt ficsntThe ficentThe
The town council has unanimously unanimouslyadopted unanimouslyathopted
adopted the proposal pr osa1 of Prince Galitzin Galitzinmmyur Gahitzipmayor
mayor ui of iuuatuu Moscow to lu auiiiuuii sunmon a a con iuuference conference
ference of all the municlppl councils of ofRussia ofRussia
Russia The resolution nets forth the thedesirability thedesirability
desirability of mutual cooperation and andthe andthe
the exchange of ideas points out the theadmirable theadmirable
admirable results of the joint action actionof aotjonof
of the aemstvos in Red Cross work and andalts andasks
asks the government to authorize the thewcetlng thewcetlng
wcetlng
S SNEW
NEW POSTMASTERS POSTMASTERSSpecial PONASTERSSpecial
Special to The Herald UeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Nov 30 10Tlts The following followingpostmasters followingpostmasters
postmasters have been appointed appointedUtah appointedUtah
Utah Bloomington Washington Washingtonfred WashingtonCQUfltY
CQUfltY Altred A rpnter vic victCL
tCL penter rtsh1edf t
VyotnIzig4lo BL Horn ciuuI AT ATfrid
fred L Wilson vice EdAVard A Hill HillLerty Hillberry
berry reaiened res1gn
Patients Removed Safely in QuickTime Quick Tithe But the Shock May MayflesuitiFata11y
i v ResultFatally in Several Qases casesPvompt Prompt Work of ofi
i v Firemen Firemenand and Attendants AttendantsI > v
I t 6 7 1
flEBLO Colo Cob No Nov a 3VIiat What threat threatened threatr ¬
PUKBLO r ened to be one of oIthe the most disastrous disastrousflrps diiastrous diiastrousfires
> fires In the history of the oily broke brokoout brokeout
out in the taniUrium section of the St StMarys StMarys
Marys ho5pJlil at 115 il oclock this aft afternoon at t ternoon ¬
ernoon and In an Incredibly short time timeihe timethe
the flanes and smoke were issueng from fromIhe fromihe
Ihe roof of the Immense structure Jn a amanner amnaner
manner that seemed to threaten the lives livesOf livesof
Of the hundred or more patients purses pursesand pursesand
and attendants att ndants A constant stream of ofKtralchdrs ofitr1chdrs
Ktralchdrs on which were patients of ofmost ofmost
most every sort was issuing for probably probablyfwanty probablytwenty
twenty minutes Some of these were wereplaced wereplaced
placed in the ambulances sent to the thescene thesceiio
scene by other hospitals and from the theVHrifous theiarus
VHrifous undertaking establishments and andthe andthe
the clans of ambulance gongs as they theyru theyrubed
ru rubed hed hitherto and yonder mingled with withthe withthe
the roar of the flames th the shouts of the thefiremen tneflremen
firemen the noise of the fire engines and andthe andthe
the dense cloud of smoke combined to tomake tomake
make a a spe pe that was truly horrifying horrifyingA
A general alarm was turned in and the theentire
entire tire department responded dulekly duleklyAmbulances uiekhyAm2iiilnees
Ambulances were also sent to aid in re removlngr remoin
movlngr moin the patients
v Superior Kcpt Cool CoolAirjias
Airjias aiseo s Co to of appaijjent ppatenconfusIon confusion
r7 S S
WYOMING WOMAN j READY TO DIE DIETO DiES
S TO PROTECT HER SONINLAW
Th The death 6f Mrs Ieorm Leo a Demote some someweeks someweeks
weeks ago go at th > Holy Cross hospital in inthis inthis
this city it is now charged was duo to tosn toan
sn > attack made by a man QresaeH in inwomens invomens
womens clothor Mrs Darners was a aresident aresident
resident of lone Tree in the extreme extremesonthwtotern extremesonthwbtern
sonthwtotern orner of Wytmlng Wy ming Last LastJVusurt LastAurtiat
JVusurt she and a neighibor Mrs Nancy NancyKicharissn Nancyfifehiarlsoft
Kicharissn qwnrreicd over qn n Irrigation Irrigationditch frrigntiondttfh
ditch and tfwrtng t1 the trouble Sirs P Pmers e emers
mers recehed injttri that resulted in inber Inhr
ber eatb some weeto eek3 later at theHoly theHolyCrow the ifol ifolros
Crow CrowMrs ros rosMrs
Mrs Richardson was arrested cliargtMl cliargtMlwith ehtargdwith
with the murder She would neither deny denynor denynot
nor jfflrm the charge and was ready ti tipay tipay
pay the penalty 4iait without making a state statemont statemont
mont It la now charged that she sh kept keptsilent keptsilent
silent to save iit iir r soninlaw from from death deathor I Ior
or imprisonment for life IIfCA j
A short time aficr the quarrel in which whichMr whicht whichtura
Mr ura Demers received her fatal injuries injuriesrbe 1nJurierho
rbe told her husband that at the time I I
CZAR HAS HASMISGIVINGS HASMISGIVINGSBritish MISGIVINGS MISGIVINGSBritish
British Aggression in Persia Persiaand Persiaand
and Tibet Closely Watched Watchedby WatchedbyRussia
by byRussia byRussiaSt Russia RussiaSt
St Petersburg Nov 30 30The The state statement stalemont ¬
mont that Russia is concentrating concentratingi concentratiiigtna0ijs
tna0ijs on the Afghan frontier is denied deniedverthelesa
i Nevertheless verthelesa it is undoubtedly true truethat tritethat
that Russia Is watchinsr with some mis misgivings misglving5 ¬
givings the British plan for or the re reorganization reorganization
organization and increase of the Indian Indianarmy Iudiftnarmy
army as well as the despatch of a dep deputation dePutatlon ¬
utation to Persia Coining on onthehee1S onthehee1Sof the heels heelsof
of the Tibetan expeeltioTi these thesemoves thesemoves
moves naturally createthe create the suspicion suspicionthat suspicionthat
that J3reat Britain is taking advantage advantageof
of Russias preoccupation In the far farcast farcast
cast to strengthen her position on the theIndian tIleIndian
Indian frontier Russia seems keenly keenlyalive keenlYalive
alive to the situation but no open openmove openmove
move has yet been made and the au authorities authorities ¬
thorities are not disposed to admit that thatanv thhtany
any jg in contemplation as a counter countermove countetniove
move in Persia The deputation from fromthcshiih fromthesluth
thcshiih of Persia headed by Ariza ArizaJvahn ArizaiQthn
Jvahn former minister to Russia which whichgoes whichgoes
goes to Constantinople in a similar ca capacity Cajiacity ¬
pacity is receiving considerable atten attention attenIIOII ¬
tion The dcputationSfis deputaIohliS now flfl on its way wayto wayto
to t Petersburg and its ostensible ostensiblepurrijfcc ostensibleptlry
purrijfcc ptlry hc is to t visit and congratulate congratulatej congratulateniior
niior Nicholas on the birth of an anheir
j Heir to the throne thronely W9iile it Is not ad adrnjttUd
rnjttUd here the idea prevails gena1 gena1Jr
ly sthttt the ivission is ra not devoi deoi4 o oIjO oIjOhiffeni D Dlineal
lineal significance The emperor vmpernw1lf vmpernw1lfgive will willgiv
giv give u state ttte dinner to celebrate th thjisit thyisit <
jisit
but Sister Phillips remained cool direct directIng directtog
tog her attention to the nurses and the thedoctors thedoctors
doctors in having those who were be ¬
lieved to be must in danger removed first firstIt firstIt
It was not long before k was seen that thatthe thatthe
the fire was under central and then the thepatients thepatients
patients wore removed removc from the east end endof endof
of the building to rooms where the water waterand waterand
and smoke had not caused any mean meanvenience inconvenience ¬
venienceThe venience 1 1Tho
The whole thing was ovef within forty
five minutes freni tbe 0 time the fire was wasdiscovered wasdiscovered
discovered The prompt work by the fire firemen firemen ¬
men and attendants kept the fire con confined eonfined ¬
fined to the fifth story of th the building buildingwhere buDdingwhere
where there were only five patients The Thelose
lose Is expected to approximate S5MQ S5MQfully 5
fully covered by insurance insuranceSeveral
Several patients who were seriously ill illare Illare
are now sajd to be in a critical condition conditionfrom conditionfrom
from the shock sustained Several were werealso wereaho
also slightly injured One appendicitis appendicitispatient aifpendicitispatient
patient freshly operated upon sprang sprangfrom sprangfrom
from the bed and ran across the room roomOrdinarily roomOrdtnarlly
Ordinarily this would have been consid considered considered ¬
ered a fatal action but k is believed believedtha believed1ha
tha even this jmtiont will yet recover recoverOne recoverOne
One of thefiremen the firomea was out off from eS eScape t tcape
cape and was removed in a an n urfconsclous urfconsclouscondition udeonttciouscondItiti
condition
Mrs Richardson 8 seemed e ii txtter i istrongerthaw 5 5strougerthit
strongerthaw ever feefove that her hervoke hervokewas vote votewas
was distinctly masculine a slId d that she shethrew shethrew
threw sttfnaswJOi the power and accuracy accuracyof
of a man manThte manThis
This story was told the officers and on onthe onthe
the strength of the clue George O Ben Renrc Benram
rc soninlaw of JIis M Rlenardson was wasarrested wasarrested
arrested on on the chance of being Impli Implicated bnpftuited ¬
cated in th the etfrae itenner is a proud prominent proudnent ¬
nent wncbman of Lone Tree TreeThis TreeThis
This remarkable and slartltas story was wasconflrned waseonhirwed
conflrned reluctantly by Mrs Richardson RichardsonShe
She said aid that Renner was wa dlaeuised to torepresent toreprcsrnt
represent her wearing her clothes She Sheavers Sheavers
avers he first stoned Mrs Demers and andthen andIlien
then shot her Mrs Richardson was wascreted so socreted
creted In the g sueheush eb osh and witnessed the tbetragedy thetragedy
tragedy She says h her r soninlaw com compelled cornpehled ¬
pelled her to accompany her to the spot spotwhere spotwhere
where the murder was committed committedThe
The Th murder or Mrs Demurs throws throwsthree throwsthree
three little children upon the world v rW w wIth wIthcut h hcut
cut a mother
ANNUAL REPORT OF COMMISSIONER COMMiSSIONERS
S OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU
Washington Nov Ncn0The X The annual report reportof
of Commissioner Yerke of the intermit intenmlrovonuc intermitrevenue
revenue bureau shows that for the fiscal ftecaly fiscalyear
y year ir untied June 30 19W the receipt of ofthe ofthe
the bureau wore 212904004 an increase of I IIj6Qill
2163979 over the collections for the next nextyear
1 year preceding The cost of collection was wasU waslt
U > S p 1er > r cent as against 207 for the year yearIMS yearidfi
IMS and 2S 2 per cent the average cost of oftleation f fItolleation
Itolleation since the formation of the thebureau tireI
I bureau bureauI
1 I The estimated receipts from all sources sourcesI
I of Inleriuil revenue for the fiscal y ytar ytarendliig ir
1 cndlitjr June 30 190G 19 arc 230000000 230000000In
In IdOS ilO the total production of dlstilleu dlstilleuspirits distiltfdslrlts
spirits was 148206873 gallons In 139U 13 136i2H >
sO5214 6i2H gallons In 1901 1903 In round numbers numberswithdrawn numbershl4OiOdO
hl4OiOdO gallons of txpii1d spirits were werewithdrawn
withdrawn in 19 1901 1 117 117000000 < X fi0 There has hasbeen hasbecir
been a decrease in the amount of tobacco tobaccomanufactured tobaccomanufactured
manufactured and an increase In snuff snuffThere snuffThere
There was an increase in the production productionof
of beer beeri beerTire
I i The commissioner calls attention to the thefact thefact
fact that the government relieves the dis disI distillers
I tillers and wine makers makersfrom from the tax of
110 p per r gallon on the grape brandy used usedto usedto
to fortify sweet weet wines and In additIon addltfoapays additIonpays
pays all the expenses incident to the thegauging thegauging
gauging and use of such gplriu < In view viewof
of tills latter fact the commissioner roe recommends roeommenda ¬
ommends that a moderate tax if not the thelull thelull
lull tax be imposed upon wine spirits or orgrape orgrape
grape brandy produced and used for forti fortification fortiIlcation ¬
fication Ilcation purposes purposesThe urpos urposrbe
The present cost to the government of ofsupervising ofsupervising
supervising the use of grape brandy for fortills forthis
tills purpose is estimated at from 5S009 5S009to lmG lmGto
to ill0AO 800I a year The report says If a atax ata
tax ta of only 25 cents per gallon aiIon tvas wxs as assessed asessed ¬
sessed as against the brandy withdrawn withdrawnand
and ied ped for fortification purposes tho thoactual thuactual
actual coSt of the wine would not be In Increased Increased ¬
creased more Ui then n 5 cents pr gallon and andwould andwould
would have produced to the government governmentduring governmentduring
during the fiscal year 1503 ii revenue of ofL04t501 ofL04250I
L04t501 L04t501Tlie
The commleslOHer submits for consider consideration consideration ¬
ation the propriety of the Imposition Impositionthrough impositionthrough
through necessary legislation of R tax on onwood onwood
wood alcohol to an amount sufficiert to toplace toplace
place wood and ethyl alcohol on R basis of ofequality ofequalita
equality
PENALTY IS PRISON PRISONJoseph PRISONJoseph
Joseph Letter Indicted on onThree onThree
Three Counts for Violation Violationof
of Illinois Statute StatuteDuquoin StatuteDuquoln
Duquoin Ills Nov 3j 3QIt It became bacaineknown becameknown
known here today toda that three weeks weeksI
I ago Joseph Leiter was indicted on onthree oflthree
three counts on the charge of bringing hrtngingarmed bringingarmed
armed men Info the state contrary to toa toa
a recently passed statute No attempt attempthas attempthas
has been made to arresjt Loiter because becauseStates becauseStates
>
States Attorney Scott who will retire retirewishes retirewishes
wishes to leave the oasa over for his hissuccessor hissuccessor
successor successorThe successorThe
The indictments were returned Nov
12 by the Perry county count grand jury sit sitting sitting ¬
ting at tt Pickneyville and Include Henry HenryR
R Platt Joseph R Leiters attorney attorneyThe attorneyi
i The Indictment against each man em embraces ¬
braces three counts The first count countcharges
charges them with having feloniously feloniouslytaken feloniouslyI
I taken men under armed guard through throughPerry throughPerry
Perry county on their way to eigler eiglerThe eiglerThe
The second charges them with having havinghired havinghired
hired armed guards for the same pur purpose purpese
pose The third charges thorn with atf
I vising aiding and niottlh aettiiig the hiring hiringof hiringof
of armed guards and the transporta transportation transportation ¬
tion of men under guard The punish punishment punishmeat ¬
meat for the offense on which th the two twoS
I S men have hcen indicted is confinement confinementin
in the penlteitnary fromone front one to five fiveyears fiveyears
years with no fine as an alternative alternativeUnipn alternativeUnipn
Unipn miners and railroad men in
fehur titg QOrt QflMrs < 4rs Qn which hh h it is 1i ul ulnegeu ulgedijjottI
negeu gedijjottI ytnporien miners r rode de and wore woreguurdeu noregurrilrlji
guurdeu by armed t nrod iren u v vPZi > r ihe i he it itiiesses iimesses
messes iiesses before the grand jury
YOUNG WEBER WEBER1S WEBER1SLOSING IS ISLOSING
LOSING COURAGE COURAGEAlleged
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Alleged Murderer Flushed and andFeverish andFeverish
Feverish in Court CourtWILL
4 4wIi4
WILL PLEAD NEXT MONDAY MONDAYMAY
4 4N4Y
MAY N4Y HAVE KILLED A CHINA CHINAMAN OBINAMAN ¬
MAN FOUR YEARS YE4IS AGO AGOAUBURN
4 4A
A Cm Nov 3D Another AnotherA I Iep
AUBURN A step ep has been taken in the ease of ofAdolph ofAdolph
Adolph Weber charged with th thmerrier the thenigrder
merrier of his mother and held to an answofc nflswo
swofc swo by Justice Sratih He was ar arraigned ariaigned ¬
raigned la the superior court thte morn morning mornlug ¬
lug and the information reed to him himWill himWill
Will Plead Next Monday MondayJudge MondayJudge
Judge Prewett remarked that the in information information ¬
formation named him as Adolph Weber Weberand Weberand
and that If he made no statement to tothe tothe
the contrary he would wou1db fee tried under I Ithat Ithat
that name nai He acknowledged it to be beblsvtrue behS
blsvtrue hS true name Ben P Tabor of his hisccunset hisecunsel
ccunset i Is absent from the city and S SJ SJ
J Pullen his other attorney requested requestedthe
the court to jM postpne > stpn further proceed proceedings proceedhUgs ¬
hUgs until next Monday The court courtthen courtthen
then announced that on Text Monday Mondayat Mondayat
at 10 a in would be fixed as the time timefor timefar
for him to plead pleadDistrict pleadDistrict
District Attorney Robinson then ad addressed addledsed ¬
dressed the court saying ying that he de desired Icsired ¬
sired George W V Hamilton to assist assisthim assisthim
him in the trial and asked that he be bemade bemade
made one of the prosecuting attorneys attorneysThe altornessThe
The court made the theorder order M fr > Hamil Hamilton Hamilton ¬
ton is the son of the late Attorney Gen General Gencml ¬
eral Jo Hamilton frrifteriy one of the thebest thebent
best known criminal lawyers in the thestate thestate
state stateYoungr stateYoung
Young Weber has appeared more moreflushed moreflushed
flushed and feverish for the past few fewdays fewdays
days khan he did at first and no longer longerassumes longerassumes
assumes the cool ooh nonchalant manner manneras
as before beforeIlls beforeHIs
Ills confinement is i evidently begin beginning beginning ¬
ning to tell on him and hteexpression hteexpressionis his expression expressionIs
is more thoughtful and worried He Heware Hewore
ware slippers into court and when he herose herose
rose to leave the court room Under UnderSheriff LnderSheriff
Sheriff May said to him himCome himCome
Come on buy with the slippers slippersHe
He answered with a faint smile smileWhere smilWhere
Where da you propose to go now nowand nowand
and the under sheriff answered Down Downstairs Duwnstairs
stairs 1 t guess and he moved off to toreoccupy toreoccupy
reoccupy his cell cellThere cellThere
There are no further developments developmentsin
in the case so far as known the prose prosecution proseetIon ¬
cution preferring to keep their evi evidenee cvidenee
denee to themselves themselvesMay themselvesNay
May Have Killed Chinaman ChinamanAbout OblnamanAbout
About four years ago a Chinman was wasfound wasfound
found murdered just over the hill from fromthe fromthe
the Weber place his head nearly cut cutoff cutoft
off and the evident motive being rob robbery robbery ¬
bery No particular suspicion attached attachedto
to anyone at the time but bv for the pastfew past pastfew
few days some persons have revived revivedthe revivedthe
the story and profess to think Adolph Adolphmay Adolphmay
may have committed the crime He Hewas Hewas
was only about 16 years old at the time timeand timeand
and the belief does not find much muchcredit mucheIedIt
credit in this community communityONCE communityONCEMORE
ONCE ONCEMORE MORE IN ACCORD ACCORDWhite ACCORDWhite
White Knob Copper Company CompanyReorganized CompanyReorganizedWork
Reorganized ReorganizedWork Work to toStart toStart
Start at Once OnceSpecial OnceSpecial
Special to The IltralU IltralUBoston > IBoston
Boston Mara Nov 3An An asrtement asrtementhas arcinenthas
has finally been reached fiy the various variouswaring variousWaring
waring interests of the White Knok Cop Copper CoppPr
per company operating propertfeR at atMaekay atMackay
Maekay Ida and the reorjanlzatlon reorjanlzatlonplan
plan was made public today It provides provideslor
lot an assessment of 3 per share for forwhich forwhich
which preferred stock will be given givenStockholders givenStockholders
Stockholders will receive seventy shares sharesof
of common for every W lG shares of we weferred oreferred
ferred to which they are entitled on pay paying paylag ¬
lag the assessment In the new company companyno 4 4no
no bonds of ofany any kind will be ia ised ieil and andholders andholders
holders of the present lOQOflOO rieb detnture detnturebonds nture nturebonds
bonds will receive preferred stock in lieu lieuof lieuof
of their holdings Those holding the SMttt SMttt6OT 4Ut
6OT bills payable pava fr will receivt preferred preferredstock referredstock
stock for the d debt bt the new company companywill companyI
I will have a capital of 4WW sdO 00 jn 5W 5Whare i0 i0aharna
aharna hare i of which 5105000 l r will be preferred preferredand
and th tist j balance common omnmon Trea Treasury ur > stocK stocKamomiting atoc atocamounting
amounting tu 52 25OCOO 9 < W comnti wilt be beheld beheld
held for improvements Work will be bextartcd bestartc4
xtartcd at Mackay within a few ays aysU aysIi
U 8 WINING DIRECTORS DIRECTORSI DIRECTORSAdolph
I Adolph Xewisahn Elected to Place on onI onthe
I the theSpecial Board BoardSpecial
Special to The Herald
I Boston Maes Nov 51At i At a meeting of oft
t the rnlted States Mining company direc directors directoes ¬
toes today Adolph Lewisohn oi New York Yorkwas Yorkwas
was elected on the hoard vie vice Sftilman SftilmanF SilImanF
F F Kelly resigned Mr Iewteohn is isconnected isconnected
connected with the 1 tilted Aletats Selling Sellingcompany Sellingcompany
company of New York and ai with ethern ethernof U ers ersof
of this company has been a large buyer of ofUnited ofUnited
United States Mining nook within tb tbjit the theajt
jit ajt st few weeks His party te now given givenrepresentation givenrepresentation
representation in the management No Noaction Noactiot
action was taken today on the dividend dividendTht dhidenitThe
The declaration of ax adollar dollar dividend on ontetitemilalKurekH arttcutenidaiKureka
tetitemilalKurekH stock t ° ck however la lataken Istabien
taken to indicate yn early i dividend idend on onInitwl oninited
Initwl States Mining President E E EAbercromWe IfAbereromhic
AbercromWe vice president of the Boston BostonConsolidated BostonCOWtOII4ted
Consolidated will leave for London early earlynext earlynext
next week to attend the annual meeting meetingthere meetingthere
there Dec 14
PRESENT PRESENTFOROPERATOR PRESENTFOROPERATORw FOR OPERATOR OPERATORW
W M WoottonBeceives Wootton Receives Gift from fromColleagues fromt fromtColleagues
Colleagues Miles Away AwayV
sv V M Yootton who far sv sevr nl I years yearsPress I Ihas
has been chief operator of the AbsoeiatE AbsoeiatEPress
Press in Sate Lake received a handsome oandsompresent handsomepresent
present in his mail last night Mr Woof Wootton Woofton ¬
ton leaves Jan 1 for the Sac Sacsmrsto < unetto of office oflice ¬
lice of the Associated Press and the gift giftis giftIs
is a testimonial from the operators on onthe ontire
the north wire The present is a hand handsome handsome ¬
some fob with a gold locket Ore side sktedf sidedl
df the locket Is vngraved with his hisinitials hisInitials
initials while the other side bears a aMaltese a aMaltose
Maltese cross and the initials of the Com Commercial Cornmerelal ¬
mercial Telegraphers Union of America AmericaThe imuerlcaThe
The present was mailed m Seattle ac accompanied socoinpanied ¬
companied by a letter m which the thedonors thedonors
donors express aw apprsclatioa > reciat1o of Mr fr Woof Wooftufts Voottons
tons ability and nd unfailing courtesy and andextend andextend
extend their best wishes for his success successand successandhapptnci
and andhapptnci happiness The gift was wholly ttn ttnexpected nnexpected
expected > but ut none the leas appreciated appreciatedby
by Mr Vooton WootonMr VootonMr
Mr Wootton is recognized as one of the thebest theboat
best operators In the service of the As Associated Assockited ¬
sociated Pres PresSWEARS PrvsSWEARS
SWEARS TO COMPLAINTS COMPLAINTSJ
J F Kiik formally Por iallyCharges Charges Burrell BurrellBrothers BurrellBrothers
Brothers With Robbery BobberyTUe RobberyTime
Time county attorney y yoserdav Bierdv Issued tesueuwarrants Issuedwarrants
warrants fop the arrest of Waiter and andKdmund andEdmund
Edmund Burrell who are accused by byJohn byJohn
John P Kirk with relieving him of ofin ofin >
in his store 302 30 South FourtkWest strett strettNov stretNov
Nov 26 6 Kirk gavehis story to Assist Assistant Assistant ¬
ant County Attorney Dana T Smith who whoissued whoissued
issued a warrant charghis ehargbigtht Utfc br briLr briLrwith > ih rs rswitli
with robbery Another yf wajvnlt rnlt wis w wsited i isiiftd >
sited charging edmund BurreD with us ussnimit is issnuh
snuh with a deadly weapon Durinc buth th thribber ilie ilieribbery
ribber > this brother took H f hot at tirk tirkbut Kirk Kirkbat
bat mi missed ed him The prisoners willl willlbrought wilhlbrought >
brought btforft Judge Diohl today nd ar arralgii arriilgued
ralgii riilgued riilguedA d dA
A warrant was issued for the sirnt nrrs of ofG IfC
G D Manning who is charge by b K EMcElroy < i iMcElroy
McElroy witii obtaining mpt ujuler ujulerfalse
false pretenses The tetter cHime tbait tbaiton tbtMannjRg
MannjRg peuiiuaded him to ash a 110 110cheebc
cheebc on makin representations representationsmi
nhi h ifte ais I iritl mi to I is fil filtliit fa h ht
tliit t h t lu 1 hst iiti l ii < h sit < it in inBank ii the Natunul Natunulhirzk
Bank of the R RIlbhi iuolic U ItllJwJ ItllJwJI m
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RUSSIA WILLING WILLINGAFTER WILLINGAFTERTHEWAR 9 9A
AFTER AFTERTHEWAR AFTERTHEWARInvitation THE WAR WARInvitation
Invitation to Peace Conference ConferenceAccepted ConferenceAccepted
Accepted in Principle PrincipleMEETING PiincipIeMEETING
MEETING IS NOW ASSURED ASSUREDNO
4 4NO
A 1 1r
NO FURTHER ACTION WILL BH BHTAKEN B BT4XBN
TAKEN AT THIS TIME TiMRI
I r ASHINOTON Nov > R n nV ta
V J WUUngtojointh1 llUnff to join thf MW n nnd aend
end nd peace confereneo a i Tie II iiuntil >
B Bu
u until ttl her war with Japan JaipsiuTb jd jdTh
Th Russian reply to Sn r r ui uicircular ii iicircular
circular note to the x > w wlast s v vlast
last inviting them in tli ml mlpresident i > uf ufpresident
president to reassemble h hThe i iThe <
The Hague Ha iif to campht ampi t > iSir iSirwork l lweek >
work of the first conferein eonforenred is I Ird
rd verbally jo Secretary nav II i jii t tcunt 4 i iCoust
Coust Cassini t tj > ie Russia i iivas t > i
The ambassador was rt iio s sgovernment > > i igovernment
government tu say ihat Kisii i iaccepted Jin rt rtaccepted
accepted in principle th tit on onsfHond i iseond
sfHond conf confernee < r nc > at T TIi > > H iir u ur
r < alUm associated iierself ID th vmT vmTKovernmem mn mngovernment
government to Cmpltt mpItu tl iithe > sir sirthe
the first assembly tonven ii ider iderleadership id
leadership of the Russia mji rn rnmbeaaador iv ivimbafsador
imbafsador was further rcM id idthat r rbat
that white the Russian g gsineeredy > mnei mneisinceredy
sinceredy cherishd the tins > v > v n nnot i inot
not coasider the moment pi 1 > ti tiJhe Lu Luthe
the convening > f such a < r r m mii t o oIL
ii therefore must withhold witiihilseeptaflce is n nacceptance >
acceptance of the Invitation i = tiu tiuin Li Liin
in the far ea eas < was at an anInvitation < U UInvitation
Invitation Was Welcome WelcomeSecretary WelcomeSeeretar
Secretary Seeretar Hay and C Cunt > unt < it mu muin iui T TIn
In oonfertmcf eonerene for nearly at i hour hourambassador ur urambassador
ambassador was careful to t iiwur iiwursecretary aii r rlecrdtary >
secretary that his Kovernmeut we wethe w wthe
the Invitation of the presidet presiic in mathtlonal ar arditiooal
ditiooal evidence oi the A Anon nen < nn a gr grinents g gient >
inents ient appreciation of the th bereiicie bereiiciesultf her ki kisuits
suits of the first confersue e tud tudted qj qjted
ted the necessity of suggesting suggetingponement a t tponement >
ponement of if the york then tngunR bgc bgcin v vin
in which the Russian gov gorrnmnt < rnnvnt i ithan ittan
than the American is keenly liiiTe tnrSecretary 1 1S
S Secretary cretar Hay Ha thanked
> ito ambacsau ambacsaufor rnbrs i ifor
for the cordiality with 1th which tho tt ttLion i ilion
lion of Russias adh adhercnc adhercncthe > renc > in principif principifthe
the proposition hud been coi > > v sd sdAmerican d To ToAmerican
American government id l a sar rcd rcdIe > < i a ahe
he would forthwith transmit tranrn the n nthe r rthe > >
the president jjrwrideniAlthough presidentAlthough
Although diffeient in i form n th < > 11 11ian l lian
> ian reply rios 101 Of differ u 1 > rfe feit < t IT I Iihat n nthat
that of Grtat Gi at Britain Firre F p pthee and T Tther
< thee European power prit ally allywhich all allwhich
which already have ajiswerei the th In Inlion n ntion
lion While Russia < in f fl firut i pnw pnwpacifically P Ppecificaiiy
pacifically to Highest a t postponem spneni spnenilritii 1 1i
i lritii > ntli the > CIOSH of the war all ae ie pow powin on > a ahi
in expressing their approval appr ri o the he heposition p pposition
position reserved for rmtv nt KJHT Wl Wlieurs t tj <
j leurs the times wh n i Ii S < onf nfar nfarshould r rtbouk
should b be held heldPleased heldS
S Pleased With the Result ResultI
I It can b be stat statJ nl this gov gvrrlnt rrm nt is k W I I Ipleased
i pleased with the ti reception receti is nou Out Outreceived n nreceived
received The powers sunatry l y t rHague > Ta TaHague
Hague convention have b I i official officialCBBHnitted old oldonmmtted
CBBHnitted to a t second c > iit n r > r > i iit m giime giimefuture s ri rittiiro
future time In his note 1101 S retary tar Ha Hapurposely I Ipurposely
purposely omitted suggesting a date dal dalthe f r rth
th the assemblint of the oonrer yife e f fIng reuii reuiiins
ins Ing that certain powers might hesitate hesitatetake esltst esltsttake >
take up for final definition MI i h unT unTcated a acated
cated questions as the rights f 1 n r rat > uiri uirir
at a time anon a great war warteas r Riis PMJ PMJreaK
teas So far as the Russian i rj venirit ven i n nIa i icottceraed
Ia concerned it is iS stated that it t i ia iaaBy iaafly
aBy are avee Se to discussion of f ih lu nuuiy man v im importasi i iportast
portasi auestions twaiioti which wonH uflhll comi comifore CU CUfore > >
fore the ronfereiioe at a tim iir wi Wilattention is isattention
attention Is devoted to a foroigi war warIn nrlii
In dtptotnativ elwltsub iw w f f fias H Hslan
slan condttional idrply ply caused spirit spiritprine acm acmpilise
prine The cauion auon which h ra 5r 5rcen tr treven
even the consideration at i rf Peter Petermade ter termade
made several ambassadors smbaazad a h 1 r s d I Iabout vit vitabout
about the favorble n r < < jti i iAmerican of ofAmerican
American note This doubt h I s b bmoved bmoved
moved however by the friendly frlei t LeT rn ii iiwhich i iwhich
which the note today wa c S SFor < m lied liedFor
For the present it is n probabl prha r the I h hlean Atr Atrican
lean government will rest o on U UWhen tlWhen >
When th the far eastern w r ner era erafinal < i iffnai
final stage this government will Il be b r rto m mto
to follow up its proposition In li the 1h mi mitime I Itime
time should Russias attitude chai s i iwill a awill
will find the American jtovernment governmento r rto
to lead the powers immediately t tHa t tHague >
Ha Hague ue for the second conference conferenceNEWTON conferenceNEWTON
NEWTON WILL BE PAID PAIDMrs PAIDMrs
Mrs Cassie L 1 Chadwtok Has HasArranged HasArranged
Arranged With One of Her HerCreditors HerCreditors
Creditors CreditorsNew
New T Yrk rk Nov I3rMiIl XrMi s Cassv CassvChadwtek Cs j jChadwick
Chadwtek will settle the rtaim agai agaiby giti gitiby
by Herbert B Newton of Bn ErMi eW eWMasfi re reMass
Mass for J1 hIfle W upon a cash ba bass bassin is isJn
Jn in fall fallThis fullThis
This was the statement mad < toi toiGeweRyall t tGeorge
George GeweRyall Ryali of counsel in New Y Yfor Vfor
for Mr Newton NewtonI
I I have seen Mrs M rs Chadw1c Chadw1capHrtments hadwicI >
I apartments at a I ti I li Holland fbi is ad How joi v i I IMr IMr
Mr Ryall sid and as a result rnuittalk t ttalk
talk with her T am able abl to aav as thai thaicase its itscase
case will be SOT ettled tied in a 1 fpw riayp s sfactorily a afacterily
facterily to my client Th alt > m mwill r rwill
will be upon a cash basis ind our ourwHl i i iwill
will be paid in full fullMrs fullMrs
Mrs Chadwick has man puv puvfriewdn p C Cfriends
friends both in this city and ir Clevel Clevelwho
who are fnterosted in iii her oas ad adcase a I Icase
case will be settled mt of f c n < nir nirOf am amOf
Of course I nm interested nly iii i isettlement a asettlement
settlement of Mr Newtons NwT i a Ulmknow Ulm Lirnsknow
know nothins about an thr thrSgsJast i iagainst
against her The hearing iKajnut hr hrdown h r rdown
down for trial in Cleveland f r toni toniwill tonwill
will be adjourned b by riutt pending pendingarrangements endflZarrangements
arrangements now progressing h hsettlement r rsettlement
settlement I expect witnin itnifl th thtwentyfour n ntwentyfour
twentyfour hours to have tlus tI tetr tetrsettlement 1e 1esettlement
settlement arranered arraiir d so as s t m mdefinite a a adefinite
definite state statent nt in the matter matterSirs matterMas
Sirs Chadwirk is < dlgnant at atItehed ti p
fished stories ronne conuetin Un her wt I
other woman ontlnued Mr K Kwhen llvi llviwhen
when the ease has been sfttl sti < H HIiaM 1 b bhlMet
hlMet IiaM to brine suit against sorn sornSie Tn TnShe
She ao tso denies the story t I the thethat Li Lithat
that several banks are imolv in ci J i icase
case caseMr Mr RyaJI declined to JisCtt diCQ4 th thCarnegie ii iilarnegle
Carnegie indorse IndorslrrI iriu of f > rs rswicks n nwicks >
wicks notes saying sayingWhat SyAnWbat
What is the use us of taikinx of t tthat tn tnthat <
that the caw is to be nettled nettledEVIDENCE ittledEVIDENCE
EVIDENCE ALL IN INArgument INArgument
Argument in the Coal Hssjsing W WBegin Will WillBegin
Begin Bee 5 5Washington 5Waslbgton
Washington Nov 30 3 V h > th thhearing t thearing
hearing was resumed toj > ei wlinterstate > > rs rsinterstate
interstate commerce comi fr frShesrd sio sioStMtrd
StMtrd of c cotmseL unsl for Mr H I irT irTttoived ITfltiaed
ttoived hl crossexaminatin o i Mr Iii Iiivolt f fvelt
volt eomptroller of the Eri r lrii IriThe < i iT
T The witness was questioiitil it itconcerning tartu tartuconcemine
concerning the amount oi ov atn atnnenses tt ttpeuses
nenses aer er triiu mile of his is r vao vaopared a apared
pared with the th net eamirvr earelt per perBlBe i imile
mile Mr Blauvelt admitto that at ir irthe t tficual
ficual reports of his roa1 i w I t tthe
the yen yenexpense 191Ki jajsst ik t texp9nsea
expense were less while tne it n < < eari eariwere l lwere
nerol I T Tincome in incompanies
were more for the same
income of tll iric ruaI r i it itcompanies
i isaid Lt > J US USsaid >
companies for th I o year
said was 36 16641 1 and tortho for itt > ir irwhich M Mwhich
which they aotulred lh ite 1 1 > r rCoal na naS
Coal eompui I 2 4S3i 4S3ii 4s 4sI >
S i I Mr Blauvelt irv I reply repl t t t1dectared Ar fc fci
i 1dectared j tha w > hj ° amount 1 1what rr rrrhat
what was actually aLlla l turmii UTli UTli4bfllpSflIes o n nu nucompanies
companies alter tltCV paying i er t toeei J Jft
ft oeei lLei oif bonds and after a nrmt l flit fliteouflt 1 1amount
ir 1 1It
amount funi
eouflt of the nkilig
Svrlt It said prior t > 1 1503 6 the th iut alIt alItI
1 of I the Erie Fri ompuny mflY n 1111 i n i t tto
1 to wtv pay y yi the th c v st f 1 operatin u I II 1 1isa14
I terest elm fit pr hasi bTti 1
isa14 i said the iiiiuii i i wa waiKMM was irnr irnrin4
iKMM in4 It became irvma irvmaISV lla llatt
tt tIe I I Ialllitr
alllitr I hlg1l hlg1lI
t jinfi l n 1 > V Vrate I Irat
ISV I g r CViltu
rate rat rrfivrd 1EI Ct i I 5 rt ral > ad for forIIM I it ittIa
t tf7i il tt ttt
ii betwvn
IIM tIa other th t at
f7i t rfii tiuewater ba k kis IcI
I is higher than irma the tii ratt rat on oncoal 0 at ii iiI
I I coal coalThe coalI The takins of testimMy tistll u uinlay t I Ii
i inlay and St h < i rnp rnpril rrt bl
< 4 ril Ii tg tgirtrsdaY wn
1 Thursday Jan Jfl 5

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