OCR Interpretation

The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, December 02, 1904, Last Edition, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058130/1904-12-02/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

7 J of Silver avjgc c per ounce OUA
SA SALT S T LAKE CITY 7 C Copper casting 14Q per poUEHi pou 4
u I UTAHFRIDA iJTAI FRIDAX Y DECElIBER21904 DEC33MBER 2 1904 Lead In ore re 350 350 New York J420 J420ESTABLISHED 4
t i 4
Close of Greatest Exposition ExpositionWorld ExpositionWorld ExpositionWorld
World Has Ever Known KnownHONOR KnownHONOR Known19NOR
I Ir
4 4S
i i TLOUIS T LOUIS Dec 1 1The The Louisiana Louisianapasses Louisian1Purchase LouisianaPurchaze
Purchase expoSItIon l1as hasend ond O It Itn ItRa8es
passes n 8es into Int history as probably prbbabh3HLVJng pfobablya1ng
having a1ng comprised the most represent representlive represent4thcollecUon representttive
live thcollecUon collection of the resources indus industries tI dUB dUBtrJes ¬
tries art peoples and customs of the theworld fheworld he
world ever assembled From the in inception 11ept1on
ception of a < project to hold an expo exposition exposition ¬
sition to fittingly commemorate the theone theme theon
one on < hundredth anniversary of the pur purchase purchase ¬
h chase of the Louisiana territory until un UI
the portals were thrown open and the theworld theworld thevorl
world vorl va aR invited to enter occupied occupiedseven oocupiedfleven
seven years ear8 The duration of the ex exposition exposition ¬
1 position hasbeen has been seven months and
during that time nothing has occurred
to throw a dampening effect on the the5nterest
interest or to detract from the exposi ¬
tion in any way The best of order orderal
has al been maintained throughout no
loss of life has occurred during the theexposition thexpos1tfon theexposition
exposition from accidents
The man probably most m05tprominentl prominently prominently3nown
known in connection with the worlds
fair is the president David R Fran Francis ¬
cis is and it was deemed fitting thnt the thena1
1 final na1 day should be designated desisnateO as
Francis day da in his honor
This exposition has been the work workof workof workof
of my life said President Francis
It has consumed my entire time for forE
the past four years but every e evr o hour hourI
I lias 11 s been an hour of pleasure to me meClosing meClosing
E Closing Exercises ExercisesThe ExercisesThe ExercisesThe
The closing exercises were held at
the base of the Louisiana Purchase Purchasemonument PurchBmonument Iurchaseonunient
monument in the Plaza of St Louis Louiswhere Louiswhere Louiswhere
where were held seven months ago agoShe agothe agothe
the exorcises o ercJses that formally ormallr opened the thecrates thegates thegates
gates to t the world On the opening
day the vast assemblage was buoyant buoyantin
in spirit and filled with a unanimous
II desire to give expression to good feel feel5er feel71g
5er 71g today depression d prefSIon prevailed gener generally generally generilIy ¬
ally because the conclusion was at athand athand
L hand and it was rather a mournful mournfulassemblage mournfulassemblage mournfulssembIgge
assemblage that formed a solid phalanx phalanxi
J i around the tall monument and listened listenedito
> ito the farewell addresses There Tht > re was washe washeerIn waseheering
eheering he heerIn ring but it was the cheering of oflinal or1iryll o oiital
linal leave taking and not the spon spontaneous sponhbeaus spon1aheOus ¬
taneous outburst of enthusiasm enthusio m The Theprincipal ThpprlnclpnlspecrhER Theprincipal
principal prlnclpnlspecrhER speeches delivered dellv red were by byocrnor byovcrnor
Governor ocrnor Dookery of Missouri and andPresident andP1Afjidcnt
1 President Th sident Francis Mayor Wells Ttlls spoke spokel spoke1rlo
r l 1rlo briefly > rlofly and introduced Governor Dock Dockcry Dockery Dockery
ery who said in Inpnrt InpnrtiGovernors part partGovernors partP1
Governors Speech SpeechIn
P1 In Bidding I1Tc1 Jng farewell to the worlds worldsfair worldsfair worldsair
fair air I want to pay p y a tribute to the theWndjy thekindJytoeHnS theklndjy
Wndjy kindJytoeHnS feeling expressed expre eed toward this thisexposition thisfxposlUon thisexposition
exposition by the president of the theTnited therntted thetnitecl
Tnited States In the execution Of this thisexposition thisxpbsillon
exposition we have been Americans and andnot andnot andiot
not iot partisans We Vo have united in do doIng 10in < doing
Ing in everything possible po lbJe to contribute contributetoward contributetoward contributeL
L toward its success s oce is and the president president3as
3as as shown s own unqualified Interest throughout through throughout ¬
What lesson do we learn from this thisworlds thisodds tht thtworlds
worlds odds fair ait I learned le rntd the IWHOII long longngo longt1O
ago that the United States is the theTnightieet toemightie6t
mightiest power known to the world worldtoday worldtoday
I today These exhibit palacesare palaces Are ir the theIncarnatjon th th1ncarnntJon
Incarnatjon of the mighty forces 1orc c of ofthis ofthis ofI
I this great reat republic It isino Is no longer longera longerquestionthe
a question qUC3ticmthe the United States is a aworld aworld aworld
world power and I want it to continue continuen
am n enlarging world power The St StLouis StLouis StI
I Louis exposition takes a long stride stridetoward stridetoward stridetoward
toward that contest of the seas of ofwhich ofvhich olL
L which I now warn the nations We Wedo Ye Yedo
do 10 not Intend to tOl send our warships warshipsbut warshipsbut warshipsbut
but we do d Intend 1o to 0 send our merchant merchantships merchanthIps merchantshlps
ships and we will contest contest on the seas seasfor seasio1
for the trade of the world We are go goIng gojng going
Ing to whip ir Ira commerce if in no other otherway otherway I Iway
way After this exposition c will come comea comea
a better understanding among the na nations naJ nations
tions 1 and I trust it will result in inpeace h hIJ
IJ 4 peace that is universal universalOvation unIversalOvation universalOvation
Ovation to Francis FrancisThe FrancisThe PrancisI
I The Introduction of President Fran Francis FrancIa ¬
cIa c s was Wa greeted with an ovation of ofcheering ofcheering 01cheering I
cheering When Then qui quiet t had been re restored restored
stored he said saidThe saidThe I
The results of this work cannot be beadequately hendequately i idequatel
adequately measured by b the beauty beaut of ofits 01its i i1tK
its landscapes land apes the grace and sym symmetry symmetry ¬
metry of Its buildings the compre comprehensiveness corpprehcnslveness eoipprebensiveness ¬
hensiveness of its exhibits the intel intelligence intelJigeDCe ¬
U ligence pf its it congresses the elegance elcgancoof I Iof
of Its social features nor by b the In Ineffable ineffable ¬
effable pleasures conferred on fUt pa pak patroll patrons I
k trons but time will be required to todemonstrate todtmonstrate tcdemonstrate
demonstrate that the thought and the thelabor Utelabor thelabor
labor and od the sacrifices that have en ent enterod
t terod rod into it were not madvisedl be beto bestovod
stowed to ed The compensation compensat on will con contion continue continue
tinue to flow for at least tt genera generat generalion
lion t ion to t oome Its influence will be befelt be1lt b bfelt
felt and appreciated in widening clr clrdes ciiteg
des < les as the years gd g by It marks a anew ancw a anew
new epoch in the intellectual and in industrial 111dustrialadvllncemc1t industrial ¬
dustrial dustrialadvllncemc1t advancement of the world and andthe andthe I Ithe
the dawn of a new ne era In the th inter international International Internatlonal ¬
national relations of governments and andpeoples andpoples I Ipeop1es
peoples peoplesIt
It is a nf credit for any an state to have havehad haehad havehad
had such a gathering within Its t bor borders bordprs bord ¬
ders d rs and a glory to any an city to have havbeen i
been the scene 8Ce of such an assembling I
It bfts 9 brought all countries closer to together togetber toether ¬
gether ether and has elevated the world worldWill worldWill worldWill
Will Look Back With Pride PrideThose PrideThose PrideThose
Those who hive l1 ve been engaged enga d In Inthe Inthe I II
the work will iIl never cease e to look back backto hae1to
I to It with pride AU who have shared charedin I Iin I
in the spirit of the undertaking have havehad havehad hav
had their views enlightened their theirtastes thelitastes 1tastes
tastes cultivated and their sympathies sympathiesbroadened 6 sympathiebroadened mpthiesbroadened
broadened The millions of visitors visitorsMho isltorswho I Iwho
who have entered these gates have haveby haeby haveby
by their presence pre once encouraged encour ed this bond bondof Jl Jlof I Iof
of workers and am let us hope have ha trfk trfkn
r n away pleasant recollections of theilf their theirThe thebcxpoeiocoo
f cxpoeiocoo cxpoeiocooThe xporl Jlce
The distinguished gueats whleU we wehave Wfl1a we wehare I
have l1a e entertained ozt rta1ned have by their words wordsr I IOf I
Of < > r encouragement and manifestations manifestationsof
of Interest lightened our labors and andincited andtnrlted andincited
incited Us TUB to renewed efforts All who whohave whobave whchave
have cojne have contributed > d toward towardthe towanl1hE towardIhe
the consummation of an undertaking undertakingupon undertkintupon
upon which this outpouring of people peopleRt peopISt
Rt t the and of the task stamps the ap approval actproral a aproval ¬
proval of the people of St Louis and andof anaof ant I IJ I
J of Missouri MissouriMay n ourl ourlray
May this enterprise with which we wehav weave w wlave b
hav lave ave > been connected for nearly nt ar13 seven sevenyears sevenears severyears
years ears past bring into still closer broth brotherhood brothrhood brotherhood ¬
erhood all the nations and all the peo people people peoplc ¬
ple who have participated In it May
it deepen our patriotism May it itstrengthen ItItrengthen II IIstrengthen
strengthen our love for a benign prov providence pro proidence provIdence ¬
idence that smiles uoon us usTea usTea usTea
Tea Service S rvice Presented PresentedAfter PresentedAfter Pxes uted utedAfter
After the cheering following Presi President Pr l ¬
Jl it dent Francis speech had died away ft a1
beautiful silver tea services as tokens tokensof tokenf
of o f esteem from the exposition man management manRgement management ¬
agement were given to Mr Francis Francisand Frantland I Iand
and Treasurer William M 1 Thompson ThompsonPromptly ThompsoPromptly
Promptly at 4 oclock all the great greatexhibit greatfXhJblt t txhIbtt
exhibit palaces were closed and visi visitors vlsitars Isi Isitors ¬
tors were excluded In the palace of ofagriculture oCagriculture oi
1 agriculture onslaughts were made on onmany onmany 1
L many of the exhibits where the set settings settings settinge ¬
tings Were era composed of straw and andfragile andfrogUe ant I Ifragile
fragile material and for a time gen generaldemolishment genu gencv
u cv eraldemolishment eral demolishment was wa threatened but butprompt butff t t1i
ff 1i prompt action in effecting a general generalajectment generalajectment I Iajectment
ajectment put a stpp to the threatened threatenedturmoil threatenedturmoil I Iturnuil
turmoil turmoilAs
As the night drew on throngs con condor cClnQDUnucd contInucd ¬
dor QDUnucd tinucd on Page pascf 2
Capture of 203Metre 203 Metre Hill Im Important 1mportlntfor Important ¬
portant portlntfor forthe for the Japanese JapaneseEND J JapaneseC JapaneseEND panese paneseEND
+ C
SOME DAYS DAYSannouncmont
4 4O
FFICIAL announcement comes domes from fromTokio fro111 fromTok1o
O Tokio today that the 2apattcstthase Japauesti Japauestihatfe J jul1cs jul1csh
hatfe h Ie occupied occuplee1ie the summit of 20U IIMeter Oii OiiMeter
Meter hill ihs hrs important position has hasteen hilseen haseen
teen l een the objflgjrof ob obj of f severe stcre and continu continuous oontlnuous c ntiau ntiautis ¬
ous o tis fighting An l < J came C J Je reports from fromtime frorttime frOitime
time t to time h hitvI hve v Indicated l1 lcated that many manymen man manmen manymen
men have been sacrificed In the effort effortto
to capture It 203 Metre hill hUlls is a domi dominating dominating donilr donilrnating ¬
nating height in the th range which lies liesto Uciito lieso
to t o the westward of the town of Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur and according to reports it itcommand itommands
commands c artillery range of the har harbor harbor harbor ¬
bor and sac a portion > of the main town townIts townIts townts
Its I ts approximate distance dlf > tance from the eit eitdel citJr citJrdel eItdel
del o main defenses Is three to four fourmiles fournLles
miles milesIi 111 II fS fSHtffJrts
Ii HtffJrts H irts orts from both Tokio and St StPe StPetersburg Pe Petersburg Feersburg ¬
tersburg t indicatethat isolated Is latcd engage engagements engagements engagements ¬
ments of a more or less severe ear nature naturelire naturo1tre naturetre
lire i occurring ocurr ng along the frQrit of theIanchuri the theManchurian theManchurlan
Manchurian Ianchuri n armies but It Is not notparent ap apparent apparent ¬
parent that thntthb tttb main forces are en engaged ongaged engaged ¬
Japs Now Believe Port ArthurWill ArthurWillSoon Arthur Will WillSoon WillSoon
Soon Fall FallTokio FallTokio PallToklo
Tokio Dec 1 noon hoonGeneral General Nogis Nogistelegram Nogistelegram Noglselegram
telegram t announcing the storming and andcapture andcapture andcapture
capture of 203 Meter hill was received receivedwith receivedwith receivedwith
with cheers by b the Japanese people It Itrevives Itrevives itrevives
revives the hope of an early earl capture captureof
of Port Arthur proper The people peoplehave peoplehave peoplehave
have never despaired of the success of ofthe orI ofthe
the besiegers but the fortitude of the thedefenders thedetenders thedefenders
I defenders and the prolongation of the thesiege thesiege thesiege
siege which exceeds by months the most mostllberalprellminary mostliblrallEreUmHHry mostiberalpreIimiary
llberalprellminary l estimate of the time timerequired timerequired timerequir
required requir to accomplish the reduction reductionof
of this stronghold has been a source of ofdeep otdeep ofdeep
deep regret combined with the loss of oflife oflife ofife
life l ife and disappointments over the fact factfhat tacthat factthat
that hat the siege has occupied such a alarge alarge aarge
large l arge force of men decreasing Field FieldMarshal Fieldlnrshal FieldMarshal
Marshal Oyamas strength at a time timewhen timewhen timewhen
when he needed every available man manToday manToday manToday
Today was the date set under the theconscription theconsCription theconscription
conscription act when recruits could couldjoin couldjoin couldjoin
join the arms arrn Cheered by the news newsfrom newslom newsfrom
from lom General Nogi thousands of re recruits recruits reemits ¬
cruits throughout the empire marched marchedto
to barracks and donned uniforms for forthe forI forthe
the first time Following an honored honoredcustom honoredcustom honoredcustom
custom the relatives of the recruits recruitscarrying recruitscarring recruitscarrying
carrying flags and banners escorted the thenew thenew thenew
new soldiers to their barracks In To Tokio Tokio Tokin ¬
kio today toOn there have been scores of lit little 11ttle littie ¬
tle processions escorting detachments detachmentsof
of popular conscripts The number of ofmen ofmen ofnca
men i who ho have joined the colors today todayunder toda todaunder todayunder
under the conscription act has not been beenmade beenmadepublfc beenrnadepublic
made madepublfc madepublfcBEGIN1fING rnadepublicBEGINUW public publicBEGINNING
Russian Opinion Opinionofthe of the Capture of the theImportant theImportttnt
Important Hill HillSt HillSt
St P ct gtzb tsrjsburg tsb tg Dec 1The war WAr of officehere offlebhere
flrlYheJr ficehere iriiot is i 1 ii t yetprepared yet prepar prepardd d to accept acceptthe acceptthe acceptthe
the report that th t the Japanese befpre beforePort befprerort befpreFort
Port Arthur have tnken 203 2 3 Metre etre hill hillbut hillbut hillbut
but if irt it t is officially confirmed the war waroffice waroffice war0111cc
office admits that it will be a desperate desperateblow desperateblow desperateblow
blow for the gallant defenders of the thefortress thefortress thefortress
fortress The position commands the theharbor theharbor theharbor
harbor and if the Japanese canmount canmountsiege can canmountsiege mount mountslcgt
siege guns on its it summit s mmlt they can can force forceout forceCtut forceout
out the Russian squadron or destroy It Itat Itt itat
at t its anchorage Those familiar with withthe withthe withthe
the supporting plans of the forts think thinkit
it Is by b no means certain that even eventhough eventhough eventhough
though Russians are forced to retire retirefrom retirefrom retirefrom
from 203 2O Metre hill the Japanese can canplace canplace canplace
place in position heavy guns against againstthe againstthe
the fire which the other forts can bring bringto
to bear on it itStill itStill itStill
< Still the war office officially reluctant reluctantly ¬
ly agrees that such a breach in the thechain thecham
chain renders the position extremely extremelycritical extremelycritical
critical and thpugh th mgh the garrison might mightbe mightbe
be abe to hold out in the Golden hill hillTigers hillTiiers hillTigers
Tigers Tall and Llaoti forts for some sometime sometime
time it may ma mark the beginning of the theend thend theend
end nd The war 3r office Is convinced that thatwith thatwith
with Ith the approach of the Russian RU8s lm Sec Second Seeond ¬
Pacific squadron the Japanese con considered conthat conIdeed ¬
sidered that the elimination of O r the Port PortArthur PortArthur
II IIArthur
Arthur squadron as a fighting factor factorWHS tactorWAS factorwas
WAS absolutely a orutely vital Ital thus accounting accountingfor
for the reckless sacrifice of life In order orderto
to secure a position directly command commanding commandIhb commandlag
lag the harbor harborRUSSIANREPULSE
Advices From Tokio TokioTdll do Tell of Fighting FightingAlong FightingAlong FightingAlong
Along the Shakhe ShakheTokio ShakheTokio
Tokio Dec 1 Ianthurian Munch urlan headquar headquarters ¬ I
ters reports as follows followsAt
At midnight yesterday estelda a body of ofthe ofthe
the enemys infantry attacked Mach Machuanantzu Machuenantzu ah ahu
uanantzu u nantzu mountain Our noncommis noncommissioned noncom noncommissdoned mis ¬
stoned officers picket there repulsed repulsedthem repulsedthen
them themJapanese
Japanese > e scouts lOut dispatched to Lui Lulrtmngtun Luichangtun
rtmngtun encountered and repulsed a adischarging abody
bod body or the enemy nem and succeeded In Indischarging indischarging
discharging the duties required of them themj UlemUk
Uk A Japanese force in the neighbor neighborhood neighb neighborhood r rhood ¬
hood of Hiaenchuang BJft nhuang reports that thatabout thatabout
about 2 oclock in the afternoon of ofNov ofo
Nov o 2S S a abod body of the enemy enem con consisting conilsting ¬
sisting o oc infantry and cavalry ad advnced Incc
vnced ncc 1 on hll1uidzu heights We c rei re
pulft uleed > d them At about j 10 u the evening
The same tl ane day at 4 In Ute afternoon attenoonthe j jthe I Ith
the th enemas eneats eavary alry and rrtllety at attacked a atLeked t tlacked ¬
tacked SwcJtfirioutza S Our fire drove 1toet1em lirovediem drovethem
them back baeltThe baclThe backThe
The saiiie sal1etlay day uy our forces caused causedsomelosses causedsome
somelosses some loseeS e5 to th enumrs infantiy and andcavalry auaIRlry andcavalry I
cavalry appearing north of Chentzn ChentznUn
HOT SKIRMISH SKIRMISHJapanese ° i ii iJapanese IJapanese I
Japanese Tried to Cut the Russian RussianCommunications RussianCommunic
Communications Communic Communications1ukdefl I
Mukden Dee L LTheve There was 83 another j jsmall j
small nolI sklrmisli sklrml h on GeneralJUmnen GeneralJUmnenkampfs Genem enernl JI ltennen ltennenlcmprs
kampfs 1cam fs front on Nov 30 but other otherwise othezwJse otherwise ¬
wise aiisrything remains quiet here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The weather is warmer and anq more moreagreeable moreagreeable moreagreeable i
agreeable agreeableChinese agreeableChin4se agreeableChinese
Chinese report that in cotisequeme cotisequemeof co sequnce sequnceof
of the inability of the Russian Ru lnn Red RedCross RedCro RedCrose
Cro Cross society socle to Obtain O taln supplier of offered 01rer offered ¬
fered rer d In the United States Stnl and Chirini bins
those supplies will Il1 be handed over to tothe t tth tothe
the th Japanese Jap8n to for f r the benefit bC > POt of an in international il1ternnUonnl internatIunni ¬
ternational hospital at YlnkoA Yinkow YinkowA
A decidedly d ldedI3 hot skirmish took plare plareon plOt plOtn plareNov
on n Nov No 20 2 on the Russian right be between bftween hetween ¬
tween the villages of Chjantan and
Syaokchenl the latter place being oc occupied occupied ¬
cupied by Russian RU sian troopy Several Severalcompanies Severalcompanies Severalcompanies t
companies of Japanese with cavalry cavalryto cavalr cavalrtaking I
taking advantage of the night tried triedto J
to cut the Russian communication in inthis Inthis Inthis i
this direction but border scouts en enclosed enclosed ¬
closed the Japanese on on two sides s1de and androuted androuted androuted
routed them capturing ten rifles and andseveral andseverol andseveral
several homes Thh Russian loss was
five killed or wounded The Japanese
loss is supposed supp d to have been much
heavier 1 h hConUn n nContinued
ConUn Continued ontin cd d on Page 2
Firing = ing All Night Long Longat at Leiters LettersCoal LeitersCoal LeitersCoal
Coal Camp CampNo No Casual Casualties Casualties ¬ i ities
ties Reported ReportedDuquoJn ReportedDuquoin ReporLedDuquoin
Duquoin Ill Dec De 1 1Acror 1According According ing to
Sheriff Stein an attack wan made on onZeigler onZeigler oneigler
Zeigler last night Firing began at the thepumping thepumping thepumping
pumping station staU m two miles north of ofZelgier ofZel ofZeigler
Zelgier Zel ler and spread preadbnck back to the mining
town where Stein said at least 300 300shots OQ
shots were flred f1r d The Themachine machine guns ro rosponded 101 rGsponded I
sponded promptly promptlyAll
All militiamen were called out and andthe andthe
the sheriffs son called for a posse in inZeigler InZeigh inZeigler
Zeigler > r but the nonunion nilnecs nilnecswould mlnetSwould minetawould
would ndt respond respondSuperintendent re respondSuperintendent pond pondSuperIntendent
Superintendent C C Whittier Whitti refused refusedto tetu e eto
to give iv details detallsbeyonci beyond > stating that thatthere thattJtere
there was considerable con jder tlefirilJg firing to whleh Whl uhlhthe t tthe
the companys machine suns Utls responded rlSPol1deSheriff rerohdedSheriff
Sheriff Stein said hft h cxmlcU ri Qn jwt t sg sgwhether 1Ji
whether most of ofthe the firing flr1Il was < f from fromthe rom romthe
the Inside or outside of r the th town tow 11 it itis llis
is not known whether any an one was in inJured
Jured JuredAdjutant
Adjutant General G nrnl fleece who is at atZeigler atZelglEr
Zeigler stated today that the shooting shooting1lafit shootinglaRt
last night was of the same character characteras cha11lcteras
as previous firing firlngcQntlHuing continuing at irreg irregular irregular irregular
ular periods The militia accgcdingr acc udlng to toColonel toColonel toColonel
Colonel Reece R ° ece took no part in the theshooting I
shooting last night Colonel Reere left leftfor leftfor leftfor
for Springfield today to make makehis his report reportto
to Governor Yates on the situation at atZeigler atZeigler atZelgler
Zeigler ZeiglerIn I IIn
In an interview today to lay a A R Dry Drystates Dr Dr5tat Drystates
states 5tat 8 attorneyelect of 0 Perry county countywhere countywhere countywhere
where the indiatment against Joseph JosephLetter JOSE JosephLetter > ph phLeiter
Letter and Henry n R Platt were re returned returned returned ¬
turned Noyi2 stated ff at d that he would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take up thermatter th m tter of f issuing 1s 1llng capiases capiasesas
as soon as he assumes office Monday MondayThe Monda MondaThe MondayThe
The Zeigler Coal company has con concluded concluded coneluded ¬
cluded to rush Into the mining town townas townas townas
as many many men as are necessary neC 9SaI3 to t work workthe workthe workthe
the plant to its full capacity Two coach coachloads coachloads coachloads
loads brought In last night were drawn drawndirectly drawndtrecUy drawndirectly
directly inside the stockades stockadesBOARD stockadesBOARD stockadesBOARD
General Corbin Reforming Things in inthe inthe
the Philippines PhilippinesManTla PhilippinesManfla PhilippinesManTla
ManTla De Dec < i IMajor 1MajorGenerjl MajorGeneral GenenJI H C CCoroln CCorbln
Corbin military commander of the thePhilippines tIlePhllipplnts thePhilIppines
Philippines hasappointed has appointed a board of ofthre ofthree
three officers to take into intoeonstdera intoeonstderatlon considera consideration
tion details for the administration of ofthe ofthe
the staff departments and their several severaldivisions severaldivisions severaldivisions
divisions and also to reach the num number number ¬
ber of officers neces necessary ry fo efficiently efficientlyperform efficientlyperform I Iperform
perform the administrative duties The Theboard Theboard Theboard
board will consider plans for the bet betterment beterment ¬ I Ierrne
terment errne t of the service seeking a means meanswhereby meanswhereby 1 1wherpby
whereby increased efficiency eff1ci ncy may mo be beattained bettatned I Ittained
attained with a possible reduction rd u tton of ofexpenses ofexpenses
expenses expensesThe expensegThe expensesThe I
The board will give special consid consideration consideration constderatlon ¬
eration to the reduction of the num number numbel aiimber ¬
ber of depots and garrisons its I well I
as to the tb amount oCXvater ot Watt > r and d land landtransportation laudtransportation j
transportation required l Major Gen General G Geiierai n ¬ I
eral Corbin C rbln Is in favor raorQXt1Ving of o giving the thetransportation thettansportation
transportation buslne bU bue1uep fn fyfy y to steam steamship steamship ¬ I
ship and railroad 1f Sompfanies capable capableof capablof
of handling a a large largeiollmi Volume It is lshis his hispurpose 1 Ipurpose
purpose to confer with steamship st amshlp com companies cornpanies 0111panlf ¬
panies > s in the th > United States Sf liea tes with hh a aiew aview
view iew to Inducing them to t establish a aUn alIne
line Un of uptodate Interlpland steam steamera steanier teQmer
era er to which the army business would wouldbe wouldbe ouId ouIdbe
be given givenFIRST givenFIRST gtenFIRST
Buenos Ayres yres Dee v < liTh 4 tjcst day da of ofthe
the gwieral I strike developed no serious t1IUIJ t1IUIJeaturftl I Ifeetures
eaturftl All 11 bl ho hading feud ttores ttoreswt sture5ewere
were wt > re closed and i tabcf 10b OJJ oi o1 the tll decks wu wutluspenlled v ssasuspended g
suspended TrootfS Ttool a II aitd d policemen were werestationed w wrestationed re restntiould
stationed nt all the important centers eentCrThe enurgTh
The Th railway and Irtreat tre < rt car ar service were wererunning werelUl1l1log
running without interruption There Lh r6 were werepartial werelartJa1 I Iariial
partial ariial strikes on tlw the Western and Pa PaelfU PitIft Paelfir
elfU Ift railways but bu l the ktrlk6 trtkeawere were eon
fined to the machine shops and engln englnwipers j I Iwlp
wipers wlp rs Despite Dcsp1tpottempL attempts > tU et violence violencemany violencemany Iol < ce J
many men nre returning to work ork TIer TheiWere t twere
were a few shooting Incidents but Rone I Iot I Iof
of them wits s qf any Importance The city citytonight elt I
tonight toni ht Is 1 jtet jtetHEAVY JretHEAVY II
1 1Grcat
Great Suffering Among the Poor of ofMadrid ofMdrid ofMtdrkl
Madrid MadridMadrid MdridMadrid MtdrklMadrid
Madrid Dec D 1 1Th Th heaviest snow snowftnrm snowform snowstorm
form experienced Xl1i > rip11ced in Spain In many mati yours yoursiatlng yoaisIatIng fHItI fHItII
iatlng I tln nearly thirty thlrt hours has com compelled comptlI cornpetted ¬
petted ptlI d a partial cessation of ofhusiness business In n nMadrld nMad1d
Madrid street traffic has been stopped stoppedthe 8tOPP stoppedthe >
the theatres are closed the markets are arewithout ar arwl arewithout
without wl hout supplies and 20000 workmen are areout areout
out of employment The Th railways and andtelegraph
telegraph lines lin are utterly U disorganized disorganizedi
and have sustained much damage There Therehave Thereave Theretave I
have ave been nuhierous nu crous accidents King AI AItonso 41tonsa tl tlfonso
tonso has or red that barracks be kept keptopen keptopen I
open for the temporary accommodation of ofnecessitous ornpcesfdtou ofnecessitous
necessitous persons The que queen n mother motherMaria motherMarlo motherMaria
Maria Christina ChrL < tlna and tha mayor of Mad Madrid Madrid Iad IadrId ¬
rid hare ha e arranged fortherelease tor fotho the release of all allwinter allwinter allwinter
winter clothing of the poorer classes In Inthe intho inthe
the hands of 0 f pawn brokers The authorl authorities authorltf ¬
ties tf tk are rtr taking all possible IJo ible mcasuics of oficllef QrleU ofzelief
icllef leU <
Slayer a er of the Man Found De Dead in the Box Car at togdPnl togdPnlHad Ogden OgdenHaeJ OgdpnIlad
Had His Preliminary prelimin ty Hearing at Logan Logant LoganYesterday LoganYesterday
< t
SpottHtlvto Tile Herald HeraldLQCbVNV oraldO
1 O QGN N 1 Det w liVWlliam 1 Vlilliam umam5Qr8 JJopgon JJopgonj J3opsonL on onL
LQCbVNV L j the th slayeJfe slay slaiitoC oC ° James < L Lynch eh the theman theman
man foundldead foundde o ndde ll In Ina a box car on eu euNov
I Nov 2 bad his preliminary jJreUminary h hrar hc arfng ring ng to todfty today
day dtl before Justice JI tlcp Thomns X Smith SmithAs SmithAs SmithAt
As a result of the lh hearing Hopson Hops n was wasremanded19Jail WIUSlCmandE wa wauemanejod
remanded19Jail lCmandE dt t9jU t jiii to awaiit4icULl awnittr4Oitloln lu the
district court Sopw O IOI1 > n w wa is defended rlolt > niid by b
Attorney A ttorne Winters int rs of ofPoca ofPocateIIe Pocatello telJ The al alleged alJt ateged
leged Jt l > gd inprderer wa vag seeminrly In IntJh the tlt
best of o1 spirit sp1Htandje < andHhe an e plainly plainh aHowed aHowedUj owec
Uj ti jcanfldonee htiiJau tli thc viii yj
t bo acquitted a qult edEIJs 9 His wife Ifltftd nnd
Infant infalltbnbe babe were in the court room roomand roouand
and Hopson busied himself during the theime
t ime preparations for the hearing h < were werebeing werebt werebeing
being bt > ing made by playing plar ng with the little littleone littleone
one oneThe The witnesses witn > ws examined d were wel > Deputy
Sheriff Belnap ofWeber of Weber county w wiio vho vhotold 10 10tOld
told of Hopsons arrest and admission admissionthat adndssiouthat
that he had killed Lynch Sheriff Rig
by b of this county who said Hopson Hopsonadmitted Hopsonadmitted Hopsonadmitted
admitted killing Lyntflj L nu1bul but claimed it itwas itwas itas
was as in self defense IViJlmm TI1ljuIncCarty TI1ljuIncCartynutl McCarty McCartyyard fcCart3urtl
yard urtl clerk at Ogden for the Rio Grande GrandeWestern GrondeT Granderet
Western T ret sterll era who discovered Lynchs body bodyin
in the th car Alfred Altr d Parsons the brake brakeiman brake1n8n brakenina
iman nina on the train which carried the thenlayor theEJayer
nlayor or and = his h1 victim Parsons said saidhf saidhsnw aic1
hf hfosnw snv and talked with Lynch at Cache CacheJunction Gad1cun Cachetunetion
Junction un ion before the th train started and andl andtf andlearned
l tf learned arned his name and occupation at attltat atlltat atthat
that time Ho H also saw aw Hopson at the theJmjPtloii the11UUtion theluitrtlouauuI
JmjPtloii luitrtlouauuI aiul laterjciw both men tn tli tliar the theari thet4ogetexwbpn
ar ari t4ogetexwbpn lOK og < LJlCJW t3cj4 Vjj n Uia tJl Uit1z iTPn was as In InBear I IBear InBear
Bear river canyon J 1 H Barker jr jrtestified fftpstift Jitistifled
testified tpstift < d thatlw gold Lynch L nch some cheese cheese0u
0u Hl the th > evening of the murder and nd th thman t1an tbe tbeman
man an said he had a companion to help helpeat helpeat heljeat
eat It ItNo ItNo ItNo
No testimony was offered oferedb by Hop Hopson Hopson Hopsoap
son soap but ut his attorney moved to todia todiaharg die diacharge diechargt
charge harg him because joofTe no imoffease ofcBse se had baen baenThis beenprQven
proven provent provenThis t This motion was overruled and andlLopsonremanded andHopson
lLopsonremanded Hopson remanded back to Jail
Argument of SoIicitOFGeneraI Hoyt Before the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCOurt upren1e
Court C rt on onthe the Appeal of United States Senator SenatorBurton Senatorw SenatorBurton
w Burton Burt n of o ofiansas Kansas
11jSHLNGTON AI SH LIlcrTON Dee 1S01iCItOr lSolicltorvv I
vv WV Goneral Hoyt of the department departmentof
of justice made the opening o5eptngargumenl openingargument I
argument for the government in thll thllCHse
c CHse se of United nited States Senator James JamesR
R Burton of Kansas in the tj1e supreme supremeCourt i icourt
court of the United Staves Mr IrJIo Hoyt Hoytcontended t tContended j jcontended
contended that this was au ordinary ordinarycriminal ot litary I Icriminal
criminal case and the thequostJonlng questioning of ofthe j fJ
the jurisdiction of the court which whichtried whichtrIed whichtried
tried Mr lr Burton could not be sue I Iceasfully IcNGtully icensfully
ceasfully maintained maintainedReplying maintainedReplying
Replying to a question from fromJUsti Justice JusticeWhite JusticeWhite e eYhlte I
White Mr Hoyt said Mr Ir Burtonr Burtonrname Buntontname Burtouirname
name appeared on the RIalto com companys companys ¬
I Ipanys
panys circulars but at atwhnt what time he hecould hecould
could not say Justice White replied rcpliedthat repliedthat j 1
that as the department was Invest Investgating t
gating the case the tIne seemed very verymaprial
material maprialMr J t
Mr Bbyt argued ar ued that Senator Bur Burtpn BUrto Burtpt
tpn to knew 1 11e just jUtfhat what he was doing doingwhen oing oingwben I IVben
when he aeearJtSQf tc ccGitI t at service with the theRJalto theRialto i iRjalto
Rjalto companyHe mpaJl Jre said ald It was ques questionable quesUOl1ftbl qhestionibl
tionable whether whetJ ei a senator should per perform perI perform
form sudh su h Services as were required of
the defendant by b the company but butthat butthat butthat
that when he accepted a fee he linked linkedthe Jinkedthe linkedthe
the fatal chain chainMr chainMr chainIr
Mr Ir Hoyt discussed the claim of thE thfdefense th thdefense thEdefense
defense that the charge was an in infamous infamous infamous ¬
famous crime instead of a mis misdemeanor mIsdemeanor I Idemeanor
demeanor and therefore that the de defense delense ¬ I Iense
fense ense should have ten instead of three threechallenges threehall threeChallenges
challenges hall nges He alleges that the con contention contention ¬ I Ilention
tention of the defense was not valid validJustice I IJustice
Justice White hlte asked it he did not notrealize notrealize notrealize
realize that the penalty carried a dis disqualification disqualification ¬
qualification of the accused debar him himfrom hhnfrom hlnfrom
from citizenship and forever put a astigma atlSma a
stigma upon him Mr Hoyt maintained maintainedthat maintainedthat I Ithat
that the statute made the offense a amisdemeanor ii iimiademeanor
misdemeanor misdemeanorMr II IImidemeanor
Mr Ir Lehman closed the case in an anhours anl arhours
hours l ours argument for Senator Burton BurtonHe BurtonHe BurtonHe
He reviewed the testimony te timony with refer reference reterene referenee ¬
ence to Mr Ir Burtons visits i5It8 to the post postoffice postoffice postoffice
office department departnentand and Insisted they th in involved invohed involved ¬
volved no possible interest of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and nothing in the sen senators senators seitatrs ¬
ators acts were to o the prejudice pr judhe of the theUnited theUnited
United States Mr tr Lehman also al maln malntalned malntalned maintamed
talned that the charge ofthe ot the lover lovercourt lowercourt loweucourt i
court was unfair to the defendant
Portland Ore Det D 1 IAll All forenoon forenoonin
in the land fraud trials tria Is expert penmen penmenpohited I Ipointed Ipointed
pointed out to judge and jxSVy jin details Iand
and peculiarities in the handwriting handwritingcontained handwritingcontained
contained In various papers connected connectedwith comh connectedwith Cted CtedIth
with Ith the alleged alleg d fraudulent land deals dealswhich j jwhich
which the prosecutors pr secut3r of McKInley McKlnleyWatson McKInleyWatson cKlnlerVatson
Watson War c Puter and others < de e I Iclara
clare go o to show that they the had con conspired con conspired ¬
spired spire together to t defraud defrd the gQvern gQvernmet gqvernmeat government ¬ I
meat met Having to its J satisfaction snts tion es established established ¬ I Itabllhed
tablished tabllhed the tte faqt aqt of association a oclatol and nndb8Inessintberou j
business b8Inessintberou intbercourse between betwen the thf al alleged nlleged iiileged I
leged leged conspirators the thproseuto prosecutops for forthe fortht forthe
the government today tOn continued lotnled their theircorts theirefforts J Jefforts
efforts corts to show that those t os who ere so soassociated soaoeIated i
associated a wrOte the th names of the vari variV van vanone rl
olate wrot
one entryme entrymen to the pcpen prpeis V by which whichttefinaJ3 whichtitle fVW fVWtitle 1
title ttefinaJ3 finally passed p2sed from the United UnitedState UnitedStates i iStates
States State to t those wha wh are pretended to tohle
have hle been thp th applicants aIPU nnt fora Cor a portion portionof porton portonf
of f the tle public publc domain domainForgery domainForgery I IForger
Forgery Forger Shown ShownJohn ShownJohn
John P Parhall Marshall and J T F FSherman FShermanWOft Sherman Shermanwore Shermanvote
wore the handwriting handwritng experts who tes I IFORTUNE
Search For the Wealth Weath of the th Late LateHajor Latr LatMajor i iIdajor
Major Idajor Brown row of Pittsburgh Pitburg
St Paul Plul Mimi Minn Dec lA L LA A special to tothe tothe
the Dispatch from Sioux City Ia
Ciy Il > says saysJ saya sayaJ
J B Brown brother of the lateMayor lateMayor
Brown of PJtsburg Pittsburg left lel bere today todtz for
Pierre S D where ihe > he believes beleves his
brother owned a ranch and ad cattle com company
catte CQm CQmpan
pany pan embracing 20000 acres of grazing i
land under fence and ind 225 Jacr acres gazing of t
leased leled Indian lands 1pnd landuiThwe n nwhich 1 1Slfea j
Slfea Thwe Mayor nyo 1 I4Vft f n i l lwhlh
which whlh was attended atended by sensational se53tonal tt t itt
titled Uted this forenoon The Th purport of oftheir o I Itheir
their th 1r testimony testmony is s to this effect effectThe efect effectThe I
The signatures slsnatue of Thomas Wilkins Wilkinsand Wlklns S j
and an c Joseph Wilson were writen written by b3
Horace HOrce G McKinley leKlnle The body bod of the therelinquishment therelnquishment therelinquishment I
relinquishment relnquishment of the George A Howe Howelands Howelands Howlands
lands was written by McKinley Miss MissMarie Mm MmMarie
Marie Ware and ad H G McKinley lIcKlnle be between between between ¬
tween them forged orged the signatures of ofJohn ofJohn o oJohn
John John F Fostern Fo tern George A Graham Grahamand Grham Grhamand Graharrand
and Georgv Geor > L Pettis Pettis Guy Huff wrote wrotethe wrotethe
the signature fignature purporting purportng to be that that of ofJames ofTames o I
James Wakefield Yakffel That if the th signa signature signature
ture of D W Tarpley on his bond Is a t tgenuine
genuine one he wrote the second seond series serIesot m mof
of signatures purporting purportng to be those of ofMaude o f fMaude I
iaUde Maude Witt Vlt For Maude aude Witt Vit there thereAppears a aippears
Appears PPEar to have been two two different dlterent per person personv persom ¬ I
son sonv acting actng as signers slgnerf for as shown shownby shownby 1 1by
by the enlarged photographs of this thiswritten thi
signature thre three of r six specimens wcre wcrewritten C CWritten
written by b a different dlterent hand The testi testimony test testimotty ¬
mony mOl Y of the expert expert Sherman Sherm n was thatIt that thatit t tit
it is very vcr Improbable that the same per person person ¬ I
son wrote both bot sets setscumstanees setseunistanees
cumstanees rumstan es it is said here hErc that tat a a for fortune fortune ¬
tune at anywhere from frm 5000000 OOOOOOto to 10
000000 00000 has hasdisappnred disappeared Since that tinW Ur tim e ehis
his Is brother who leaves le v at Portland Portand I i
Ore has been searcning for property it itand r
and has ha recovered about abogt 2000000 2000000 He Heeays HeEs H a arays
rays Es hewill he f wf bring suits suit to recover all allthe al althe
the property he has unearthed which whichis hleh hlehis J
is now mother in other hands and will wi have it itturned I I It Itturned t
turned over oVr to the widow who was left leftalmost lef id t talmost
almost destitute destituteTOO desttute destituteTOO
Washington a hJnton Nov O SO OTbo Tho river rho and an ci
3biiver Larbor Larborgrant 3tf > vor committee and harbOr harbor Q eontlnued ntnued agnroiPaU It 1S WI war fN J a i ai tjt
tu Larcbf J The cOnI1ttO coniunittos coniunittosgrant RrOmlatQ s l1 I >
grant no 10 hearfus5a < thts thi lime lhnt I
Nissens Body Found on the theBeach thei
i Beach in Michigan MichiganA MichiganWASHED MichiganWAS MichiganWASHED
A d
i Peter Petr Nissan Isse who started across acrossLake aei acrossLake
Lake Michigan in iihls his beat bGtt Pool PoolKiller
Killer Rnr i1ler No No3 3 was found dead on the thebeach thebeadi
beach two and a halt bf miles mnl vest est of ofhere ofhere
here today tda Nissen i5se is soppoaed pposd to tohave tohave
have been washed ashore during the thenight thenight
night His Fool Killer K1e was s about abouttwenty aboutwenty
twenty rods rod dOn die beach from the thePreserver tb tbbQd
bQd bQdy und wa wa much d damaed mafed A nr nrvrcerver
Preserver vrcerver and his overcoatwere overcoat w were re fast fastened fasteed ¬
ened eed to the bascket shaped shiped car cr in the theoat theboat
boat boat oat The body was brought broubht to Stev Stevensville Stevnsle
ensville nsle where here It lies les in the towij tOWI hall hallThe hal
The hands and face ace are frozen and ad the thefeatures thefetures thefeatures
features fetures reflect refect his suffering s tering The Theclothing Thedothlng
clothing on the body was somewhat somewhattorn somewhattorn somewhattorn
torn It I is thought that NIssen could cou d d10t
not 10t have been dead ded a great geat while whie when whenthebod
mortis bad badnot hadnt baditot
thebod the body was found as rigor
not nt set In InThe InThe InThe
The body was found by Mrs rs Collier Collierwho Co1 Collierwho r rwho
who Jives Jve on a f farm rm near the lakeshore lake lakeshore
shore Nissens employer was notified notifiedas notfe
as S soon son as word was empoyer receivedhere received chere that thatthe tat tatthe
the body bod had been found ariBV a11 a coro coroners coroners coroncrs ¬
ners Jury was impaneled im impeI nelM d and qd tjd began beganan
an Inquest Men Ien have gone from here heretobring hereto
tobring to bnk brln in the wreckedFool wrecked 4Fool Fool Kilter KilterNo KUer KUero3
No o3 o3I 3 3It
It I is almost certain certin that Nissen Nissn prac practically proctcal ¬
tically tcal reached shore alive alve yesterday yesterdayabout esterda esterdaabout
about about 4 oclock oclock after afer he had been ben out outof outot
of Chicago twentyfour hours The TheFool TheFool
Fool Killer Iier No No3 3 was then seen seenaboiit seenabo1t
aboiit 200 = oo 0 rods from shore off on Living Livingston Living ¬
abo1t ros
ston six miles mies south of Stevensville Stev nsJle A Aheavy Abeayy
heavy gale ale was blowing and it I Is pre presumed presumed ¬
sumed he was wa unpble to land and was wasprobably 1 1probably
probably tossed about the shore all allnight aUnight allnight
night nightIt
It Is i1 believed beleved that Nissen NJ9en was either eitherunconscious eiher eiherunconscous
chilled chilledthat
unconscious or so thoroughly thorugh chied chiedthat
unconscous himself himselfwhen himselfwhen himselfwheum
that he h was unable to save SON
when the Fool Killer Kiier finally fnany collapsed collapsedand eolapse
and that he was drpwned drpwnedWhen dr9wnd dr9wndVhe
When Vhe the t1 wrecked wraked aquatic aquti bnUoon bloon was wasexamined wasommlnd wascxamuned
examined om ofNis3en of NIssn > business busln cards carflswas Cdr s sRS
was RS found onthe ontht back ofwhich Qf f thich waR waRnote waa waa10le was a anote
note 10le from the dead adventurer H nturer saying In an anair ansir n nir
air ir hose ho upon which he depended depeNf tore torenew to rt rtne re rehis ¬
new ne his supply of of air hail broken and andthat
that he was doomed doome Ur to dfe dft of suffocation suffocationWilliam 8U suffocuttonViliiam
William Fuller a farmer farm r saw s the bal balloon balIoon halloon ¬
loon fiam boat being btlng Fultr driven toward shore ho about abouttoday aboutp
1 p m yesterday eterda lhro three mUH milea south uth or orthe ofthe
the place where Xissens bod body WaS was found foundtoday foundtoday
today today When hon Fuller Fultr sighted 11ht d it it the craft crafthad crl
had apparently apparnl not yet et broken up upIt upIt upIt
It Is believed beleved htr her that Nissan N stn was alive alivewhen alnewhen alivewhen
when his boat first touched tot < 1ed the hc eastern easternshore eater eatersorc easternshore
shore of the lake lap His wrecked boat bot botlato was wuslato waslate
lato today hauled hawfd into Stevensville Stevemwie and a acoroners acoroners acoroners
coroners jury jUr was empaneled The in inrjuest Inrjuest Jn1uest
rjuest was adjourned al urtd for further J lives livesligation m8 m8t 8
t Jgaiion tgation tgationHAS JgaiionHAS I IHAS
Mrs Mr Cassie Casie CassicLChadwiCk L L Chadwick Saidto Said Saidto Saidto
to Be Able Abl to Square qyare Her HerIndebtedness HerIn HerIndebtedness
Indebtedness IndebtednessNew In d ebtedn ess essNew
New York Dec 1 1GeQrge George Ryall1 Hyal 10 lo1al 10counsel
1al 1 counsel coun cl forHerbert for f erbert D Neton Nekton to tonight tonight topight ¬
night nituie D1 de a statement sttement that that the set settiement settlement settlement
tlement agreed upon with wih Mrs Cassie CassieL
L Chadwiok CadI Chadwkkof kof of upn Cleveland Cleve CIeveun d lir Is for the thepayment thepamet thepayment
payment pamet in incash cash of f Mr Ir Newtons en entire entre entire ¬
tire tre claim caiI The he payment paymet he said is to tobe tobe tobe
be made either this week or early earl next nextweek nextweek nextweek
No securities securite have been given glen for forthis forthis
this tis payment payentO he added but we are aresure arcsure aresure
sure it will wl be made madeIn madeIn madeIn
In reference to the statement this aft afternoon af afternoon ¬
ernoon by Edmund Powers counsel counsl for forMrs forIr forMrs
Mrs Ir Chadwick CadwJck that if the amount amountclaimed amountclaimed
claimed by b Mr Newton 65000 6000 repre represented represented represented ¬
sented notes no es given for bonuses TM TMRyall IM rMRyall I IRyal
Ryall Ryal said saidMr salduIr saidMr
uIr Mr Powers is mistaken in his fig figures flgures figurea ¬
ures The he noteshe notes e refers refer to do not notrepresent notrepreent notrepresent
represent repreent bonuses bonuse The settlement tir tiruIon is isupon IsUlOI
upon UlOI our ourtul full claim of 090800 5190800 5190800Mr 190SOOMr
Mr Ryall Ryal further said sid that Mr New Newton Newton ¬
ton was a in conference conft > rence with his own ownattorneys ownatorneys owsattorneys L
attorneys atorneys today but that no one rep representing replesenUng representing ¬
resenting lesenUng hint held any an conference with withMrs wih wihMrs 1 1Mrs
Mrs Mrs Chadwick Chadwik or her attorneys atorneys Mr MrNewton MrI Ir IrNewton
Newton and Mr 11 Carver returned to tcBoston I
Boston this afternoon afternoonWAR afernoon afternoonWAR
W C T U Sends Telegram Teegra to the thePresident th thPresident
President PresidentPhiladelphia PresidentPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Phiadelphia Dec 1 President PresidentRoosevelt P dent I IRoosevelt
Roosevelt Roosetlt was today requested reuested by the theWomens theW01eus theWomens
Womens W01eus Christian Christan Temperance union unionin unionIn
in convention conyenlon here to see that con congress consres ¬
gress observes obsere the existing existng treaties treatieswith treates treateswih treatiewith S
with wih the Indians prohibiting prohibitng the Ue sale saleof I Iof
of intoxicating intoxicatng liquors before grant granting gant granting ¬
ing i tory toryThe toryThe statehood staehood rights rlghq to Indian Indinu Terri Territory Teri TeriThe Terntory ¬
The resolution lerQluton was presented preented by b Mrs MrsMargaret MrsMargaret
Margaret argarat Dye Ills of Washington Washingtonchairman Wtshington Washingtonchairman
chairman of tho tl th executive execute committee committeeand commit committeeand
and the thE following folowing telegram tel grm was for forwarded forwarded ¬
warded ward < d to the tbepresident tbepresidentThe president presidentThe presidentThe
The NatiOnal Natonal Womens Christian ChristianTemperance Cristan t tTemperance
Temperance union representing representng a half halfmillion halfmillion
million miion women omen of o the United States Statesmost State Statesmost
most respectfully respectul urges rge that your our great greatinfluence t tInfluence
influence infuenc be given to carrying out outtreaties ou outreaties
treaties treaUo of our government with wih the theIndians th thIndians
Indians concerning CG the th sale of ot intoxi intoxicating inoxl inoxlcaUng intoxicat1ng ¬
cating liquors lquors in Indian Ildlan Territory TerrItor and andthat am amthat
that this thiE prohibitory pro1lbUor clause be b In Inserted inserted ¬
serted state In JI ir the enabling enblng act for the ne new newstate newstate V Vstate
Awful Awu Sufferings Suferings of Crew of Sunken SunkenSteamer Sunen a aSteamer
Steamer SteamerLondon Ste SteamerLondon m r
London Dec De 2 2A 2A A story of ofterlble terrible ex exS x xlfrence
pnrlences lfrence is told by b the two survivors survivorsof survivorof mrvlor S
of the crow crtw of nine of the steamer steamerBlanCbe r
Blanche which Wch sank sank in the tlt Mersey Mcre river rr rrIn nivein rr r
In a collision eoUllon Wednesday night night They es e encaped
caped in a life boat boat which immediately immediatelywas hnmcdlatelwas
was dashed against the te sinking steamer steamerthree steamerthree
three of the seamen being drowned drned The Thpremaining Th Thremaining C
remaining six righted righte the boat and rowed rowe U Uaway
away 1 but were buffeted buCeted by b the waves waveswhich wae wav wavwhich
which hfd1 soon filled fJed the boat with 1Jh freezing freezingvater treein treeinwate freezlnwater
water wate Two more died of exposure exposure Again Againthe Agtu Agtuthe a athe
the boat was 08 capsized c ized but the four su suvivors s suvirors
hors l by > y superhuman upthumnn efforts managed managedto manage Ii Iito i
to scramble aranble In again Though almost almostdead nlmostdead almosdead l
dead from cold they thp renewed their efforts effortsto eCort effortto
to reach rt3ch shore but two more succumbed succumbedAt d dAt L
At 3 oclock Thursday Thurdn1 morning morng the life lifeboat ureat Ill Ill1oat
boat at struck ltrck shore shorE at Formoy and the sur survivors surhors snuvivors ¬
vivors painfully palnful dragged drSe the boat and andits andIs an d dits
its Is gruesome gtcome cargo through the surf to toland toland I o oland >
land after having been ben seven hoursxm hour hours 1n 1nthe I a athe 1
the boatwithout boat wihout food or water walorCAAAS waterCANADAS
London Dec 1 tEarl Earl Grey who ho suc succees sueceeds
ceeds cees the Earl of Minto as governor governorgeneral gvernor gvernorgenerl governcgeneral I
general generl of Canada started tare today tod for forhis tOrhis Ce Cehis T
his post pst accompanied by the countess countesstheir countessthel S Stheir
their two daughters daughter and two aides fle de decamp decamp te tecamp Q
camp campThe campThe campThe
The travelers wHP wll vIl1embarle embark on the ti ie meLii
AIlan IanHlne llaniie Jlirje steamer Parisian ari lan after an antpftlcisiJI a n
tpftlcisiJI ptch 1verpoo1 h erpool rocetition 1etton by the th lord mayor n1a 0 of ofh if f
eputed I to o Be Experts in inthe intheShopliftingLine1 Jhe JheShoplifting he heShoplfing
Shoplifting Shoplfing ShopliftingLine1 ShopliftingLine1f Line
V VON f r
4 f r rON
C OHICAGOS 1ICdos notorious Dt1O quartette 4ua tte at f shop shopj
U j lifters John Moore oore hfsslsier Helen Helenalias Helenalias Helenaftas
alias Sheeny Sheen Ann BdKayd Kd Wilson Wilsonfl Wileon2p Wilsonai
2p u ai fl Belle Davis who are reported to tolie tnIte toe
lie It e experts in their line are add tfd tc be on ontheir ontheir onheir
their t tp way west for the Christmas ChrIs Chritm n3S shop shopping shoppinS shoping ¬
ping p ing and it is understood that they trill trillpay WlIlpay wiiLay
pay p ay Salt Lake a brief visit 16ft The proprie proprietors proprteotors proprieon ¬
tors i on of the large department deptUtmeatslora stores have havealready havealreatJy havelready
already a lready received r ITed their ithotqcraDhs an ant antnotices anotleds < t tnotices
notices fl to look out ut for them They Th y travel travelunder tra travelnder l luDder
Ub under U assumed name and always a11 s flash flashank
bank b ank rolls They TI y never look at anything
in i n the stores except the bestroods best JOOds and andift n L Lun < i ilift
lift r nothing which cannot be easily hid hidden hit1den hiden ¬
den d en and carried away a They Tbe generally generallywork generallyork raJly
work w wc ork In pairs and while one attractsth attractsthclerks attratts attraetsthlerks th thclerks
clerks c attention the th other usually the thewoman thtwoman thewoman
woman Jttts lIft the articles and R dt conceals concealsthem conceaishem > onNlisthem
them t in one of o the many devices which whlcUthey whichthey
they have to work with They are e clever clvorin
in l ii their work and It is seldom > ldom that they theyare the theare theyre
are a at re caught in the act of concealing co an ar article anide ¬
ticle tlcl t
tlclSome Some Shoplifting Equipments EquipmentsWhen Equiluu nts ntsWh
When Wh they tIt enter a store s sIOL Ora they th l at ati v try trycar veryartful ry rycareful
careful car C tul in looking lookI over the articles aztleigeetway qn Cl rHI < i ialways
always a af tway get the tbeb8t bt piece < e of goods Ttf Ttffemale rtie tlsemale
female f shoplifter usually has a larg largpocket largocket arge argepocket
pocket p which fits on the inside oC the theskirt th thskirt ilikirt
skirt s witb nIt 1tb 8 flaw on the jUt iiutiefs outald lo scant aamnear scantear am amnear
near n ear the belt which can be b > easily opened openedand GPenprand openednd
and a as nd closed by a clasp Inthls Infthsth Inthtethaygarry Inthtethaygarryuch Uie Qarry Qarrysuch qarrYsuch
such s bulky buik articles as bolts of silk and andfurs andfuri andurs
furs f urs which sh she can n brushoff brush r the he eoMUttu eoMUttuinto eouft coutetesiO 1 1No
into i iO the pocket pock t A small m 111 ring worn on onthe 111the nithe
the t middle mlddleflugerwlth tlgt fingerwith or > ILh ihook R on the out outaide outside outide
aide s ide of it Is ueedlQ used ueedl 111 lifting fine hand handkerchiefs handkerchiefs handerchiefs ¬
kh kerchiefs k ribbons and lace With this thishook thishook thisook
hook h ook she picks up 1L piece of lace or other otherarticle oUttrnrtitle otherrticle
article a and nd whUe hardline ha dlt other oUi sam samples 81lmpIes samIes ¬
pIes p Ies gradually palms thearticle the article and con conceals conltls coneis ¬
ceals Q > ltls It in the dre dress a pocket In a aleeve aleeveof
of o f the waist worn or other place placeAn placeAn placeAn
An umbrella or pra IMJraslWilh parasel r > W5ttI fh a small smallhook smallhook somaliook
hook h ook on the end nd is also us used d to advantage advantagein advantagesneaking
in I sneaking things over ovPr the counter Tl Tlstolen T11stolen The Thetolen >
stolen s articles are frequently dropped droppwlinto droppedlito t1 t1into >
into i lito the umbrella or parasol A long loose loosecoat JOOlPCOIt looseoat
coat c oat inside ofwhich Or which are hooks justvbelow justvbelowth just btlo btlothe
th the waist waIsts is used handily and things can canbe cane an anbE
be b e hooked on and carried away without withoutany withoutany withoutany
any trouble A shoe string often comes comesuntied oompIunt1 comesuntied
untied unt1 or a stocking needs aduu a adjnerIegjuet adjnerIegjuett jltPft finsjust finsjustat jU t tat
at a t the opportune tfos Ut and a ti valuable valuablepiece valuablePiece aluablelHecf
piece of goods or even jewelry is hooket hooketon < l lon
on o n to a gart garter r Notable otab ears t S occur I ur every evrryyear tvryyeRr everyyear
year In the large ar p cities and wxtn women en have havsboon ha6bren havebeen
boon known to I irvta their hifnnta u tu cat rath raththingi eaththIngs h hthings
things and hoW on to th Um m until the themothW th thmothpr themother
mother has a chance hanceto to tuck tu < k them away awayin nWR nWRIn awayn
in i n the baby carriage or seal other de tievice deIce derice
vice Ice
Coming Quartette Is 01 Qle Olaver OlaverThe ever everThe er erTlte
The quartette which is 8Utpeot d of rom ramag
ing l ag this tbl thtswsy way are among jh tb the Tltverest tIer t in inthe jnthe T Tthe
the business bu tQeSs and in the tbeJa test t Qew years t rs
have stolen thousands of doiir w wnrth wnrthot ioi1i ioi1iof rti rtiof
of goods Both the men and woman ln ire arestjriishly irestylishly r rSQishly
stylishly drwsed and they t h y aro a ar rf ino iwj unas unassuming unasumlngtbt trnasmiming ¬
miming sumlngtbt that their work is SM Mldona d > loi ktct ktcteel ct cted
ed Several 1 of oL the rtor Mores s will iII have ba e pri private fIr privat i ivat ¬
vate vat detectives to watch 4 them hem and hrh hrhcapture hdtc8ptur heltcapture
capture them if they the undrt unrtke rtakr k > to 10 dobnMne < 10bUAi o obusiness
business bUAi here The police iulhoriti iulhoritiF i ibeUcvo ls lsbelieve <
F believe there are Hwmbrr of t tl1QrgMni tl1QrgMnixltlon the lie organ Qrgariisation i ization
zation in this th city who an iltworok U work and S1tiwtn andwllI n < i iwill
will attempt to shield the notorfeus r t quar quartOtte t a atetto lH lHt >
tetto t tto should hou d they pay pa Salt I Lake ke a visit visitWilson yjj yjjWIlson Iit IitlItlon
Wilson lItlon and Moore haT worked from fromcoast I ICORSt e ecost
coast to Uk otb other r and tU thy > y ha hU > T iOfit lflttral > iOfitseveral aeitseversi
several tral yearain years In l hpprillonUlpn iprfaonni < M t fir r theft thefti ihefiChicago
i Chicago seems to be their t he bNdqu ulquartfr ulquartfrmembers rttr rttraQd rtersaqd > o
aQd members niemberaI1 mbl8 t the sttiSJK fPUt eut euttub t out outIntodtff Ill Illmlo
Intodtff mlo tub dtfftirentcltles tfferent rent cities where It rliiKrraft re tk tMt emft rnue is issupposed issuppos i isuppoatd
supposed to be good iM1 They T MiD WJ the plun pJUIldPl plunder plunder ¬
der back trfChicago tef Ch ChiCago go Tire prfVate dctec dctectlVes detltlives dct dctties
lives have already lread caughtr caughtwomen women at thi thiwork thh thhWork thiwork
work during the last week but the th > inci incidents incidents laddeuts
< dents have been hushed up up and settled settledi 8fttttwitbout ettlelwithout <
i without publicity because they were evi evidentlv tyjd cvidently
dentlv d ntly amateurs and residents resl eats of the thecity thecity thecity
city cityFRAUD cityFRAUD
Salt Lake Man Has Been BeenBarred BeenBarred BeenBarred
Barred From the Use pf pfMails ofMails f fMails
Mails MailsSpecial MailsSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWaphington i iVasblngton
Washington D C Dec L lIfor lIforPostmaster LEormPostmaster Formpr FormprPostmaster
Postmaster General John Wananmker5 Wananmker5has Van unak fl flhas t thas
has complained to the postofllce depart department depaltrment depaxtmeat ¬
ment because a letter Jett rsect s sent ttt by him to toa toa toa
a man in Salt Lake City was as returned returnedby returntdb returnedby
by b the postmaster there marked fraud fraudulent traudIent fraudiilent ¬
ulent ulentThe iilentThe Ient IentThe
The postofflce department has sun sustained ftUS1aine sunIainea ¬
tained the action of the Salt Lake City Citypostmaster Citypostmaster it itpOstmaster
postmaster who has received orders ordersnot ordersnot ordersdeliver
not to deliver mail addressed to Wanamakers Wanamakers Wana Wanamakers
makers correspondent who has been beenbarred beenbarred beenbarred
barred from the use of C the mails under undera
a fraud rau order issued issu against a amst him by the thodepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department whicii however will not notdisclose notdisclose notdisclose
disclose his name to the public publicTRIED publicTRIED publicTRIEDTO
New York Dec 1 IOscar Oscar Adler 23 years yearsof yeaor yearsof
of age who did a banking business under nndarthe underthe underthe
the firm name of Novak Co at 14 14Avenue UA 14Avenue
Avenue A nue B was arrested rr gted tonight a ag be bewas bewas bews
was was making preparations to escape to toEurope toEurope toEurope
Europe EuropeFor EuropeFor EuropeFor
For three days he has been In hiding at ata lta ata
a hotel otel In Brooklyn When tho police poljcebroke policebroke poijeebroke
broke in the door of his room he at attempted attempted attempted ¬
tempted to commit suicide by cutting cuttlnghis cuttlnghisthroat his histhroat lilathroat
throat He confessed to the police that thathe thathe thathe
he had misappropriated mi about 515000 l lw OOO en entrusted entrusted entzusted ¬
trusted to him by b working men and wo women women wemen ¬
men in Manhattan ManhattanPLEADED ManhattanPLEADED ManbattanPLEADED
Pelton Arraigned For Shooting of ofGuy orGuy ofGuy
Guy Roche KocheNew RocheNew RocheNew
New York Dec L LStuart Stuart A AFelt Pelton Peltonknown Feltonknown n nknown
known as Big Frank Feltoir P 1tolJ who oiv oivThanksgiving 01Jhanksghlng omvThanksgiving
Thanksgiving day fatally fatan wounded woundedGuy woundedGU woundedC woundedCGuy
Guy GU Roche a gambler and who was wasindicted W Windicted wasIndicted
indicted by the grand jury juryfor for murder murderin milrderthe
in the first degree was today toda arraigned arraignedbefore arraignedI arraignedbefore
I before Judge Foster in general sessions sessionsand sessionsand sessionsand
and pleaded not guilty He was re remanded remanded remanded ¬
manded to the Tombs District At Attorney Attorne3 Attorney ¬
torney Jerome said he was investigat investigating Investigating luivestigatlug ¬
ing the th facts and that it it was shown shownthat ShOWl1that showthat
that Felton acted acte l in self defense he hewould hewould hewould
would ask for a dismissal of the t le indict indictment indktment indictment ¬
Strikers Desire the President to Sug Suggest Suggest >
gest Arbitration ArbitrationVashinston ArbitrationWashington
Washington Dec L IPrClJident President Sha Shafer Shaf Shaffer Sliaffe
fer fe of the Amalgamated n algnmated Iron rfteel rfteelWorkers 8tEelWorkers tteelWorkers
Workers arrived here today from Pitls Pitlsburg Pitlburg Pittmburg
burg He has an engagement to see seethe pe peU1C
the president tomorrow in company companywith cdmpanwith cOmpanywith
with Representativeelect Thomas of ofthe orthe otthe
the Nineteenth Ninet < enth Ohio district Mr Ir Shaf Shaffers Sh Shiaficrs il ilfers ¬
fers mission is to t enlist the Influence Influenceof
of the president in lhcsettJement the settlement of ofthe ofthe
the iron and steel workers strike now nowIn nowmn
in progress in Youngstown and andGJrnrd GIrard GIrardO GirardHe
b O He will propose that the president prssidentsuggest presidentSuggest
suggest to the United States Steel Ste l com company company cornpany
pany that the differences between the tbecompam thecompany
company and nd the strikers be submitted submittedn sUbmitt > d dto
to arbitration No intimation IP glv given glPT1us n
as to tin ansivpr the president presld ut will willmake iiA
lruakc 1 make to the propusitim

xml | txt