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CHADWICK FORGERIES FORGERIESAMOUNT
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C P SteaniM ieprcsenting repre15cntinUf7bllt Herbert D DNewton DNewton f
o Newton N wton of BrookllneMam Brooldtne MaL 8 made madeM maelall niaddClIt < <
all M authoritative Btatamwft StatniWt this after afternoon aCl afteruon ¬
noon uon ronceming onc rnng the seourltjes eourIiIe that thatvtre thotfort thatre
vtre fort re > found in the th packages left with withJti with3L I
Jti npynolda by b Mrs Chadwick ChadwickPackage ChadwickPaekaseNo ChadwickPackage
Package PaekaseNo No 1 contained a note made madepayable madelJiyable madeTmyabk
payable to Cassie L Chadwick dated datedMay elatedIay datedMay
May Iay 20 1002 for 6000000 > t and payable payablein
in fifteen months It was signed with withtre wIthtl withti
tre tl P name of Andrew Carnegie CarnegieIn Cnrl eglc eglcIn
In package NO 1 was also a trust trustagreement trustKreement trustagreement
agreement dated Feb Feb27 27 1901 and andsigned andsigned andsigned
signed Andrew Carnegie purporting purportingto
to be a receipt for securities delivered deliveredto
to Andrew Carnegie by b Fred R Ma Mason Milson Masoil ¬
son deceased uncle uD < le of Ca CnMI aie L Chad Chadvick ChadWlek ChadWick
Wick the value of the securities being beingplaced beingplaed beingpIaed
placed at 7500000 OOOOO and to be produc protlucthp produclive
tIn > of income These securitiesyu securitiesyuTtorted securUfas iUr iUrported Jur Jury
1
y ported rJrteel to be bonds of the UniUtl rnlttdStatu rnlttdStatuStel Statte StatteSteel StatthSteei
Steel corporation the Caledonian rail railway railway railway ¬
way of Scotland and the Great West Western Westen Vesten1 ¬
ern railway raUw of England EnglandCopies Ensl EngladCopies ld ldCopies
Copies in Duplicate DuplicatePackage DuplicatePsdtuge DuplicatePackage
Package No 2 contained duplicate duplicatecopies dupllccteopies duplicatecopies
copies < of the trust agreement agreementPackage agreementPackage
1 Package No 3 contained a promis promissory promisory promisoty ¬
sory ory note for 1SGO signed by b Emily Emilyand Emilyand Emilyand
and Dan Pine and made payable to toassie toCasHie toCassie
CasHie < assie L Chadwick and a mortgage mortgagesecuring mortgageuring mortgageeeuring
securing > uring same sameReceiver sameHeceiver sameItectiver
Receiver Herbert W V Bell appoint appointed ¬
ed by Judge Babcock in common pleas pleascourt pleasourt pleasOUrt
ourt today managed to t escape serv service ser serk servIce ¬
ice k of the restraining order of the thefederal thefederal theederaI
federal cmrt CJ > urt and thirty minutes after afterhe atterhe afterhe
he was vai appointed obtained from Iri IriReynolds 111n In InflQynolds
Reynolds n > nolds all the Chadwjck papers in in3iis Inhis
his 1 possession possessionAmong posse posssionmong slon
1
Among mong the papers found today in inIho Inthf Intim
tim package of socalled securities left leftwith leCtwith leftwith
with Iri In Reynolds by b Mrs Chadwick ChadwIckas
vas as what purported to be a copy COP of a atrust t ttrust
trust agreement a reernent between Andrew Car Carjifffie Car11f Car2ig1e I
jifffie 11f le and Mrs lrs Chadwlck The docu docujnent doculnent I IJnent
jnent reads as follows followsCarnegie o1lowsCarnegie = t
Carnegie Agreement AgreementKnow 1greementKnow I IKnow
Know all men by these th 5e presents presentstthat presentsthat
that I Andrew Carnegie carne gle of New York YorkCity YorkCIt Yorkcity
City CIt do hereby acknowledge that th t I Iliold I110M Ihobi
liold in trust for Mrs Cassie L Chad Chadwick Chalkk Chadwick
wick kk wife of Dr Leroy S Chadwick Chadwickof
of f 1S24 Euclid avenue cite of Cleve Cleveland Cleeland Cleveland ¬
land county of Cuyahoga and state stateof stateof stateof
of Ohio property assigned and deity delivered dell dellred deityrd ¬
ered red to me for said Cassie L Chad ChadriiJi ChadhJ Chadtk
riiJi hJ tk by her uncle Fred B Mason Masonir
ir his lifetime now deceased dececls d which whichjiroperty whichJloperty whichproperty
property te 1 of the approximated approxmnt d value valueof
of o ten million two hundred and andfortysix nnd1oJtysix andlortysIx
fortysix th thousand usand dollars 10246 102460i 10246flh 1O246ow
0i ow flh 0 consisting of 2 2ioo 00 shares sharesof
of Great Western railway stock stockof stocko
of o England and nd Wales Tale valued attWIJ at attwo attwo
two million one hundred hU lred thousand Ulou nl dol dollars dolJars dotJars ¬
Jars tt10t0QO 1800 shares of Cale Caledonian Caledonian Caledoilan ¬
donian railway ranwa stock of Scotland Val Valfortysix al alijaj
ijaj l at one million 9ne ne hundred an an1ort and andfortysix
fortysix 1ort 5ix thousand dollars CSLHCOOO CSLHCOOOsind 1146000 1146000md 114GOOQind
sind bonds of the United States Steel Steelcorporation Steelorporatlon Steelorporation
corporation of New Jersey bearing be8rln be8rlnX 5 5per 5per
per X > r rent five th e Interest of the par value valueof vnlueof valueof
of novpti < vtt 11 million dollars t000000 t000000Income 1000000Income t000000Income
Income Eor Mrs Chadwick ChadwickThe
The income from the above de deF deFIi1wd dorribd
F FIi1wd Tlhfd property roperl I agree a ree to pay pa over overto overtu overtj
to said aid tasaie L Chadwick semlan semlanDually somHm11uaJl Somanually +
Dually 11uaJl between the first and fifteenth fifteenthtlays fifteenthtJayl fifteenthdays
days of June and December Dcemb r of each eachyear elhfaJ eachktT
year faJ ktT during durin the life of this trust with without wIthout without ¬
out any an deduction or charges har es for sprv sprvifps snps srvsvps
svps ifps ps or expense of any kind this trust trusttu UustI
I tu 1 ti be and remain in full ull force until untilAug untHAu untilAug
Aug Au 2 29 1S02 In case of the death of ofsaid ofsaid ofsaid
said Andrew Carnegie C rnegle sold soidtrust trust to toterminate totpmlnale toterminate
terminate immediately and said prop property property proptrty ¬
erty income and all proceeds proceedsto to vest vestabsolutely vest310Iutely vestabsolutely
absolutely both in law in equity quit in inald Inl Inatd
l ald Caseie L Chadwlck in case of ofth oftil I
th death of Caeeie L Chadwick said saidtrust saidtrust j jtrut
trust to terminate Immedlatojy Immedla and andall andaU andall
all of said 1d property together togth r with lth all allJnoom unjl1me allinenm
Jnoom and proceeds thereof to be betransferred bet betrtisferred
transferred t rl frr el and turned over to the theIHHS lheJIirM
IHHS at law hl or leRal Ip al repreceijlatlvts repreceijlatlvtsof
of ald CHsi C tdp L I Clmdwiok ClmdwiokForged luulwltkForged hadwickForged
Forged Signature SignatureI Signaturefurther
001 I further Mgreo to falthfufly carry canyout eanyoUt carryout
out all of th h Itt > above IIho jin IHovllons > vis Ions and nudthat andthat
that all of said stmrka stnrkaniid and bonds hive hivelipfii hvelpci
lipfii imloiHt1 Inc1QJ tod ever in the n Mme me of said saidCas St sddassle c1 c1CUOfilf j
Cas CUOfilf assle I ij Chadwlck had wlrk so o that no further furtheror urtiieror
or other otl1 > 1 art will UJ be necetwary ne ry o Ott owmy owmypart iiny iinypart my myul
part ul or on the t bE part of ofjpy my 1 lg 1 1giil II l repre repreFentative rtpreFPlItutlvN rbpresentatives
Fentative to put na 5ItTLk d T11ule < i8sie L Chad Chadi Chadjk
i jk k or her heir < gt t law In full IK pas JKJ8ttfCfoIto passsrov S St
ttfCfoIto t = M ssrov HroM of f same on the termination n of ofthf ofth ofth
th rust trus4WitncKH trusooWHIH rustWittiees
ooWHIH WitncKH R my my hand nail seal r this 27th 27thday 2711day 27thduy
day of February l 1901 1901ANDREW IUOIANDIU 11OII
I ANDREW ANDIU V CltVRNEGIKi CltVRNEGIKi1nitwl C eRNFuJi eRNFuJiinited RNT < Q
1nitwl States lat > fiI Dlfttrlrt Atto Attomcytilj AttomcytiljJivnn Attone lI Stll Stllinm StitJivan
Jivnn inm itt appearing apt lloill itiiig to Ix 1ftJ11I in tho wQulC wQulCof QJi QJiof
of prrwntinf pr pptlnJ to the t ht > federal gmixfiUry gmixfiUryt
t Ow evidfiuo eVid4fl idflu against n ln t Mr Clmdlvfrk Clmdlvfrkl el QdrrkJ
l Lat > jUe If this thl aflern afternoon on he IflsuQ 1uQll l s uh ubptj uh1Thtas 1 1j
ptj j 1Thtas ttIIa ijaBA J fur > r the wittnceI vtyncf tnc < wupfiv 1110 tt to toappear toappear j jflP
appear flP Hr fiEforetlt before otfor th tht grand jury Jur AvnJeli AvnJeli3iu VhfeJlJ1U htdl htdlbus
3iu bus already been drawn drawnSeveral drawnSevoral I
Several SCVC1 1 Signatures Sig Signaturesrhe atur s j jrh i iThe
The rh < first of the 11e witnesses is Andrew AndrewCMrncsle AndrewC AndrewrfleIe
CMrncsle C rn rfleIe rfleIenw rll rllrh i j
The rh othera OUI are AI Robert Ho > cit Lyon reeelv reeelvcr rEv rEvr i icr
cr r of the th bank at OberlmvA Oberlrl1 B Speur Speurashler Speqrllr Speirtsh1er
< ashler llr of the bank the trwisurer r of ofoberlln ofoherlln ofOberlin
oberlln college and J 1 JS Barrett of ofVoowter ofVoofCtfr ofWooster
Voowter O What connection the two twolist twos
list 1 s named HAm d have with the case is not notditwksed notd i idiwlcsed
diwlcsed ditwksedlresident d ishedPrestlUflt I
President Bcckwith I3 kwith will not not11e tie eared cxledpersonally caledJI earedProflUli7
personally JI His statement to the dis district dl dlhitI diatri ¬
trict tri t attorney and the United States Statesmmshal Statesrnanihal Statesxntrshal
mmshal will wiUbe be submitted to the jury juryinstead juryjuteacJ Juryjs
instead js ted
EWO wo IlECEIVERS IlECEIVERSInjunction RECEIVBBSInjunction RECEIVDBSnjunctibn
Injunction Out Against the Last One OneAppointed OneAppointed OneAppointed
Appointed AppointedCleveland Appointedleeland Appointedlevelaild
Cleveland d Dec 10 lOThe The common commonpleas commonleas commonDleas
pleas leas court today tnt1a appointed apJ > Olnted IL V VBf vBfI VBOI
Bf BfI l local representative of a guar guaranty parur guarary ¬
anty ur ty company as receiver r er on behalf behalfof
of I 1 Banker Herbert D Newton of ofBrookline orBrookline ofBrookline
Brookline Mass fn the latters ac action actlon action ¬
tion against Mrs Cassie CafsleL L Chad Chadnvick Chadwick Chadwlck
wick nvickLengthy t tLengthY SLengthy
Lengthy arguments werejnade were I1Jade by byAttorney
f 1 Attorney Stearns representing1 repr s Ung Mr MrNewton Mrewton lr lrewton
Newton ewton and nd Attorney Attorn r roBman ma1 rep representing repsenting repysentIng ¬
resenting Receiver Looser Loas r who bad hadbeen badbe badbeEn
been be n appointed by b the th federal fed ral court courtThe courtfh courtlh
The fh latter contended that the nppofnt hppotntIn nppofntanent
anent In fllen nt or a receiver r < by b the federal court courtbarred tolJrtbarrld courtbarred
barred the appointment uPJ > olntnu nt off of another ie iecelvcr l lehcr recelver
celvcr by a court of leaser lea er jurisdiction jurisdictionJudge jur jurisdictionJudge tttlon tttlonJudge
Judge Babeock however took to k khe < he view viewUiat viewthat If Iflhat
that no ofllcial knowledge of orlhe the ap appointment ttppoIntmffit p plOifltmtflt ¬
pointment of a receiver Had been beenbroughtto b beanbrought n nbrought
broughtto brought to the attention of thecourt thecourtnntT tle tJie court ourt ourtnnd
1 nntT anti In vlev Iew of that fact appointed appointedMr ppo ppoiutedtr rutod rutodJr
Mr Jr Ball BallJudge BonJudge Ballf
f Judge Babcock asked Mr Stearns StearnsRepresenting Stonrnstepresentlng StearnsrepreSenting
Representing the plaintiff what his hisIdea hishlen hisidea
Idea was in fixing the amountof amount or bond bondof bondD bondnf
of D the receiver Ttfpi rteiVe n Mr Ir Sttarns feplled feplledthat reIn eI1Ied eI1Iedthat 1 1Ular
that he th thought ught the ateged securities securitiesSnd S UIIt1t UIIt1tJind
Snd nd bonds bon s owned by Mta h Chadwick Chadwickto eh dwld dwldto
to be of little ht tle value Thereupon Judge Judgeff
ff
r i
Babcock HnboCk fixed fi od the the bond of the receiver receiverat rcccIcrat
at 10800 10800Reeelvetrlsoeser JQOURcolvetToeser f fR
Reeelvetrlsoeser R o1e boesel and his attorney at atortee atOJkc atoke
ortee left for r r the federal building to toOllillJ toappl toapply
apply OllillJ for 1UI an lnJudctlon inuzctton UIJUlUJllUll restraining HIBlLUllMlIti ilil ililBell Mr Mrhell Ir IrDell
Bell from hctlngOn acting actingOn actingOn
On the application applic Uon of Receiver I Loes Loeser Loeser > oes oeser
er the United States court c urt later grant granted granted granted ¬
ed an Injunction against the firm of ofCarr ofCarr ofCarr
Carr Stearns Chamberlin attorneys attorneysfor attornesfor
for Herbert D Newton and H W WBell WBell WBell
Bell who had been appointed receiver receiverby receiverby receiverby
by the common pleas court restrain restraining restrainIng restraining ¬
ing them from Iom taking possession of oforiy offiny ofqay
oriy securities Securities or other property of ofMrs ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Cassie L > Chadwick pending a afinal afinal afinal
final hearing hearingThe hearingThe if ifThe
The action is made returnable Dec Dec1i
17
THREATENED TH EATENED SUICIDE SUICIDEBanker SUICIDEBnnker sUICIDE3anker
Banker Beckwith B kwith Was Driven to Des Desperation Desper Desperation ¬
peration perationCincinnati per perationCincinnati tion tionCincinnati
Cincinnati Dec 10An Oberlln O Ospecial 0sp Ospecial
special sp clal says saysIn sa s sIn p pIn
In his statement of his dealings with withMrs with1rs withMrs
Mrs 1rs ChadwIck President Beckwith told toldof toldor toldof
of repeated visits to Mrs Is Chadwick Chadwickwhen Chadwickwhen Chadwickwhen
when promises were made that the themoney them011ey themoney
money would wouldsQon soon be forthcoming Fin Finally FinallyW Finally ¬
ally allyW W B Beddorth attorney for the theOberlin theOberlin theOberlin
Oberlin bank on his deathbed told sev several several sevoral ¬
eral directors of the bank that Presi President President PraMdent ¬
dent Beakwith was involved with Mrs MrsChadwlck MrsChadwick Irs IrsChn
Chadwlck ChadwlckThis Chn ChadwickThis wlck wlckThis
This was followed by a trip to New NewYork XewYork NewYork
York participated in by the president presidentand presidentand presidentand
and three directors Representations Representationswere
were received that every arrangement arrangementwas
was rits made to settle the Oberlin claim claimThese claimThese claimThese
These were wei e to be forthcoming the next nextday nextday nextday
day and the directors went home sat satisfied s satIsfied t tIstled ¬
isfied President Beckwith stayed over overbut overbut overbut
but wns wnp again disappointed disappointedNever disappointedNever disappointedNever
Never Saw aw Securities SecuritiesPresident SecuritiesPlfSldent SecuritiesPresident
President Beckwith never was able ableto ableto ableto
to get a look at the 5000000 securities securitiesbut securitiesbut securitiesbut
but his visits to the Wade bank in inCleveland inCleeand InCleveland
Cleveland to see Cashier Cashier Reynolds As Assured 5assured as assured ¬
sured him somewhat President Beck Beckwith Beckwith Beckith ¬
with ith says he had several interviews interviewswith Intervle Intervlewith Interviewswith
with Dr Chadwlck who assured him himthat himthat
that his wife was able to tomeet tomeet tomeet I
meet her obligations One tragic tragicincident tragicIncident tragiclncitlOnL
incident related by b Beckwith In Inthe Inthe inthe
the written confession concerns concernsa
a visit of President Beckwith Cash Cashier CashIer Cashicr ¬
ier Spear and Judge Albaugh to the theCleveland th thCleeland theCleveland <
Cleveland home of Mrs ChadwIck The Thetwo Theto Thetwo
two bankers ban leers pleaded for money mone Mrs MrsChadwick MrsChadwick tlrsChadwick
Chadwick made more promises Mr MrBeekwith MrBeckwith MrBeekwith
Beekwith was aroused aropse < 1 to anger and andwhen andwhen andwhop
when he saw the hopelessness hqpel 8ne s of it all allhe aUhe allhe
he threatened d to commit suicide sul ldeH ldeHdre Ha Hadrew Hadrew
drew dre a revolver Mrs Irs Chadwick cried criedthat crleTtbat criedthat
that hall all would Uld be > lost l st If the banker bankercarried banltetearned bankereamnIed
carried outhls out hs threaj The result was wasthat wasthat I
that the thebal1kers bankers again relied upon uponpromisee uponpromlset uponpromnIee
promisee I
Funds Never Came CameAirs Camers CameMrs
Airs rs Chadyiek k told the bankers that thather thatner thather
her securities were w re netting 750000 and andshe andshe andshe
she would be glad she said to allow allowthe allowthe allowthe
the first Income after the Citizens Citizensbank Citizensbank Citizensbank
bank was majVe maj c trustee to be used to tosettle to5ettle tosettle
settle the bank claims and the bonus bonusBut honusBut bonusBut
But the income never came within withinreach withinrt withinreach
reach rt > a < h of the bank Many any times the thebank thebonk thebank
bank was pressed for or funds When Whendividends WhendiYldends WhendivIdends
dividends were to be met the presi president president praMdent ¬
dent and cashier skirmished for funds fundsIn fundsIn fundsIn
In order to help them out Mrs Chad Chadwick Chadwick Chadwick ¬
wick at one time gave them a check checkfor chcclfor checkfor <
for 60000 which came back marked markedNo markedNo markedNo
No funds She gave two other checks checksfor chetksCor cheeksfor
for 2 6000 OOO each but the next day da tele telephoned telephoned telephoned ¬
phoned to Mr Ir Beckwith not to use usethem usethem usethem
them The president and cashier were wereperplexed wereperplexed wereperplexed
perplexed at times Jo o make a proper propershowing propershowing propershowing
showing to the directors Notes se securities securities socurRies ¬
curities and cosh were checked up and andthe andthp andthe
the sum represented reprf > sented by b the loans to toMrs toZlrs toMrs
Mrs Chadwick was carried as cash cashdeposits rashdeposits cashdeposits
deposits inCleveland In inCieielnndbanki Cle lnnd banks In Beck Beckwlths Beckwlths Beckwiths
wlths statement the names of several severalinstitutions sen severalinstitutions ral ralInstitutions
institutions and individuals are giv given 11 11en given ¬
en but they th are withheld for the pres present present prosent ¬
ent
VISIONS VISIO S OF LARGE RGE GAINS GAINSHow GAINSHow GAINSHow
How the Oberlin Bankers Were Led LedInto LedInto
Into Ruiii RuiiiCleveland Bum BumCleveland
Cleveland 0 Dec De 10 10A A special specialfrom specialfrom
from Oberlin 0 says saysThe saysThe saysTlie
The confession of President C T TBeckwith TBeckwith
Beckwith Of r the wrecked Citizens Na NaUoiml Nationul Natioitul
Uoiml bafik b < < fJkoC tjk of ofOberihi Olwrlui now in the thepos theposlf th pos posJKrvlon posastlon
JKrvlon lf lon of the federal f cJernl authorities is a astory a1oItory astory
story so o startling wlt11 i relation to the themonumental themontunontul
monumental S1onum utiIl transactions tUJ1U acfiom of o Mrs Z rs Chad fhadiwicktis Chndwlrk Chadwick
iwicktis wick 118 to benlinost unbelievable unbell abl But Butpdofiiineiitary ButOUtMutar ButwI2IneUtary
pdofiiineiitary OUtMutar wI2IneUtary proof uroo has forced belief beliefon
on > 1 the Ih fen fe who have > heard the aunts auntslug
1 lug tale at m1l1 I It expected pxp td to prove the theabsolute timeitbmolute
absolute undoing of Mrs Chadwlek ChadwlekThe Ch Chadwickrhe < lwlck lwlckrite
The tfnerjuiv ffiequIvicziI < xeal 1 statement statementIa f made madeIn niudetn madeinthe
In inthe t the he > eonfpFSlou ron r slott of President weokwith lleckwiththat weokwiththat fk1t h htliat
that the merins I Prtns by b which Mp rrJol Chad Chadwiek Chadwitk ChadwiCk
wiCk secured leUl the immense loan was by byo iJyo
o written uromfop lrolnl delivered dt > Jtered Int6 the the1ands thehIUds thelfllds
1ands of f the th banker that the Citizens Citizensi CItizenshrnk Citlzenshank
i hrnk would D be made the trustee tru tee of the the5WO theOftOO theooosoo
5WO ooosoo OftOO QO estate < stH te which has lm just been beenitveuled beenI beenieealed
itveuled I to the worldas world us an nnabsolule nnabsoluleJft1tJa absolute absolutemyth abEoluteznyUt
myth
Bait Was Tempting TemptingThe
The written promise delivered dellveri by b Mrs MrsClMUlwiek MrsChadwiek lrs
ClMUlwiek to Beckwith was to the effect effectexactly erredX8CUJ effectexactly
exactly that her set affairs would be beturned betUJntel betufled
turned over to the Oberlin bank July
1 ISM 121 In consideration con i aUon thorefor Pros President Proohlent Prosident ¬
ident Beckwith Becl wJth and Cashier Spear were wereI werct1
I to t receive10000 receive 10000 a year each for their theirtrouble theIrtrouble theirtrouble
trouble In addition the bank was to tobe tobl toha
be bl given h a bonup of close to 40000 40000when 40000hM1UIC 40000when
when hM1UIC the loans had an II1 11 been paid back backThis backThis backThis
This statement answers fully the oft oftit ortl oftmepanted
l peated it pea ted question que tl n What in the world worldactuatedthe worlductuatedthe worldnctuatedjhe
actuatedthe two officials of the Ober Oberlin ¬
lull bank in making maktn the immense loans loansfrom loansfrom
from the banks funds without a scin scintilla s sOinlila ln lntl11a ¬
lila tl11a of o actual s < tunJ security securityThe stcurtt stcurttrhe sechrltyThe
The story of how Mrs 118 Chadwick Chadwickplayed Chadwickplayed
played with the two bankers atter bar having ha haIng barlag ¬
ing the money mone once on e in her power pow r as astcld astcld astcld
tcld by b Beckvfth Is absorbing In in intensity inten81t intensity ¬
tensity ten81t of interest Mrs r Chadwick Chadwlckdlmed Chadwicketllmed Chadwickevlmed
dlmed the fers of her victims with withthe wIththe withthe
the claim clal n that timashe she was a relative r lhUve of ofAndrew ofndreV ofndrew
Andrew Carnegie CarnegieDetails CArnQgleDetJ1n CarnegieDetpils
Details Given GivenThe Giv n
The written confession of Beckwith Beckwithtoes
toes Into nto detail Qeto II of the t be explanation made madery madety
ry Mrs lrs Chad Chadvlk wick as to the th manner in inwhich inwhich
which hiCh the estate was then being h lh han hand haned
< ed d The Wad r d Park Banking com comiany cornaly om omHUt
iany HUt of Cleveland fh elund was used pimply as asi asdOPositor asdepository
i depository for the securities accord accordirg atcordir accordirg
ir irg g to totbotnle tho the4nle ale that the Cleveland wo woman wornan 0 0mnn ¬
man made the > bankers believe The Theestate Th Thestate Theestate
estate was said by Mrs Chadwick to tobt tobt tobt
bt In the hands of three th ee trustees all allNew allNew allNew
New York niftn The name itnme ofne o ne netJ1 Of Ofllierrt Ofthern
llierrt tJ1 m was tt tven ven n as William Baldwin BaldwinIrs Baldwlnlrs l3aldttImirsOhadnJek
Irs rsOhadnJek Chad Jk ck said sal she sh could not set setContinued ot etContinued
to toContinued
Continued on Page 3 Section L 1
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NW RAILWAY fROM SAlT tAKf Lk TO fRISCO RISCOArranemenis
0 0Arrangements
Arrangements Being Made Ma to let et I nmedate Contra6t for the Western WesternI VesternPacific
I Pacific Road Which Will xten6ouid xtend opld system from Ocean to toOcean toOcean
Ocean = = Meeting Meetin of Directo rs in New York Yesterday
1 8Y YORK Dec 10 Arrangements 10ArrangementsI Arrangementsfor
NEW N I for the definite extension extension of the theGpuld theGpuld theGpuld I
Gpuld system Tste111 from ooean oa n to ocean oceanwere oceancre oceanvere
were cre completed today loda when E T Jef Jeffery Jeffery
fery president of the Denver Den r Rip RipGrande Rio RioGntnde RioGrande
Grande railway wascl wascleoted oted vice proM presid preslQntot proMdt
d Qntot dt nt of the Western etbrnPaciic Pacific < Railway Railwaycompany Railwaycompany t tc I
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company c npany at a meeting meeth of the director directorate dlrectorate directorate
ate of that road in this city cit After the themeeting theme themeeting
meeting me lng President W V J Barnett Barn < tt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Western Pacific Patl lc stated that th t ar arrangements arrangements arrangem ¬
rangements rangem nts werebeing were being made to let im immediate imnl Irnmediate ¬
mediate nl iate contracts con rnts for the construction constructionFRENCH conBtruetionFRENCH conatru tion tionFRENCHPREMIER
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FRENCH FRENCHPREMIER FRENCHPREMIERAVERTS PREMIER PREMIERAVERTS PREMIERAVERTS
AVERTS DEFEAT DEFEATM
M Combes Emerges From the theStruggle theStruggle I IStruggle j
Struggle Stronger StrengerThan Than Ever EverPAST EverI
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I PAST WEEK WEEKWA WAS WA EXCITING EXCITINGSEPARATION tXCITINGSEPARATION EXC TING TINGI
I I ISTATE
SEPARATION SEPARATION 0 OF CHURCH 1 RC AND ANDSTATE ANDSTATE
STATE ASSURED ASSUREDParis ASSUREDt ASSUREDParis ASSUREDParis
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Paris Dec i10 10Premler Premier Combes arid aridhhls aridhIs aridhis
hIs cabinet Jmve 1uvc weathererd another anotherstorm anoth anothrstorm r r8tOl111
storm the vole Ole in the chamber of ofj ordelJUtles ofdeputies
j deputies yesterday rd3 evening OeninShavlng having the thei theoffect theeffect
i effect of making inn king the th ministry J1Jlnl tn stronger strongerthan strongerthnn sLroIzgerthan
than ever This Thl assures nE = SUlteS carrying out outM ou ouM
M 1 Combos Com bog programme iHogrunme of which whl h the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal feature is it the separation s of ofchurch orohurch ofchurch
church and state stateThe stateThe tole toleTh
The Th overthrew of I hoprogramme has hasbeen hnsbeen hasbeen
been the reaHswue real Issue although the opub opubi OPIJtsitton oppbsitluti >
i sition combined u upon K > n A t mmtb number r rminor O4 O4trim of ofminor
minor trim ui tjuestiens ijUest ions whapootf whesrec they were wereable wereublf weremtblp
able ublf to arouse tlus popular sympathy s mputb Th Thsystem The Thesystem lhastlm
system astlm by < whieh the > government col collect colleek eoliosti ¬
leek secret information Infor111 Ion concerning the theprivate theprh8tf thiprirate >
private > Jives of army anl1 officers ofttc r and civil civilofficials chnofficials civilofficials
officials offerctl QlTcr fferl the t11 best b > st mean for at attack attack attack ¬
tack The ppposition pppo ltlon succeeded in inarousing Inft1Ouslug ittarousing
arousing intense popular agitation agitatlonex agitatlonexcEedlng ex exceeding cxceeding ¬
ceeding anything anthln since the Dreyfus Dreyfuscase
case c se
Whole Wh 1e Country CountryE ExaltedThe Exalted ExaltedThe alted altedTh
The Th entire mat ire country countr took sides sideajor hies for or or oragainet oragalnet oragainet
againet the practice and scores of duels duelswere duelswere duelswere
were fought fu hl between army officers ollicersjudges officersjudges officersjudges
judges deputies and officials War WarMinister WarMItt rur rur1Unist
Minister 1Unist MItt later r Andres A ad res fall Deputy Syvetons Syvetonstragic Set0I15tragic Syretoitstragic
tragic death and the riots over the theJoan th thJoon theI
I Joan of Arc incident were re part of the thethat thesame theI
I same manlfe manifestation < tatton It was believed belieoothat believedthat
that M 1 Combes would he unable to re resist resist resist ¬
sist the wave of popular agitation but butthe butthe butthe
the vote wan accepted ac eptet1 as c giving the thecabinet theabfnet thecabinet
cabinet an indefinite ind fintt Oxtensl extension 1 It also alsoshows alsoshows alsoshows
shows the growing sabflity of the theFrench th thFrench theFrench
French cabinet and Its powortoresist powortoresistpopular power to resist reslstI resistpopular
I popular excitement excitementCode exeltemtntI excitementCode
I Code C de Duello Recognized RecognizedThe Recog ized izedI
The > governments issuance issuanceiof of q a per permit permit permit ¬
I mit to M f Deroulede toent er France Franceand Franceand Franceanti
and fight a duel with M 1 Jaures is con conitrued contrued conttrued
trued as being a formal official recog recognition recognltion recognition ¬
nition of duelling Hitherto the prac practice pra pratk practice ¬
tice tk has been tolerated toler ted Many any un unavailing unavuiling unavailing ¬
availing effort have been madeto pass passprohibitory pa paPro paspro1bltory
prohibitory Pro tlbltory laws The socialists chief clde cldely ¬
ly opposed the practice holding that thatfencing thatfencIng thatfencing
fencing Is a relict of the he pastimes of ofthe otthe ofthe
the nobility and therefore the action actionI
I ofthe of the socialist leader M 1 Jaures Tau res in inchallenging InI Inchallenging
challenging M Defouled indicates Ind Icates that thatthe thatthe thatthe
I the chief opponents of duelling are now nowresigned no nonslgned notresigned
resigned to accept the practice as an anestablished anetabUsh anestablished
established < l fixture fixtureM
M 1 Derouledo has written a a sarcastic sarcasticletter Iarc arcastieletter tic ticletter
letter oolntlng out the th novelty novelt of the thepresence thpIJrCS thepresence
presence IJrCS > nce of gendarmes In full uniform uniformas
as s representing rpr sentlnz the th governments par participation pa paUdpnUon p ptielpation ¬
ticipation In the recent duel duelfound duelt duelFpUlt duelFpUa
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FpUlt < FOUND DEAD DEADEldorado DEADEldorado
Eldorado IlL Dec lORes u rs rs to today today
day reached the four men who were wereentombed wereentombed
entombed yesterday in the Eldorado EldoradoCoal EldoradoCoal
Coal Coke eompnuYs mine and andt91 andund
t91 found und tl them dead Xh bodJ bodies g wer werlJ iyerlidg1it erej erejI
lJ lidg1it 8yght tq t thq th surf ur uruttd Aqy e V TJlio Il1o Uo dead deadCharles delHlDtnWI deitdhOVison
DtnWI hOVison onJohntIlfles JahntIhe Charles C1iarl g Car CarSibourland CurI Carithter ¬
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I ithter > nter Sibourland
of the Western Pacific rbiul rb dirom from Salt SaltLake SuItLake SaltLake
Lake City to < San un Francigfto Franci Or H Ba Q said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that in a z shpngtlmetion ShQ shoUmebortrutionf 71me11 rtruetjOn1lff trutitidnWdtfcea trutitidnWdtfceawill Ceg teeawill
will be oe placedin the thetle1d field i iAfter I IAter
After ute 1ute 1 two > years if PQiUinJtifiry PQiUinJtifiryit Jrjflimj L
it < JtU i lt ltI K Kwork
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work w omK i ajid Dd an ox eUlinlri oxmimhtajof mlftaMlplt < > all lr ll routes routesof outesof
of the Sierra ierrn Ntevada adu mountains said saidPiesldent saldPI saidPi
Piesldent PI esldcnt Barnett tonight t nlfht we decided decidedtJ
t tJ j adopt the route through Beckwith Beckwithpags Beckwithpa
pags pa tS The routeadopted route adopted will cross the theSierra theSterns theSIerra
Sierra Nevada on a line Un 1000 feet lower lowerthan lowerthan lowerthan
than that of the Central Pacific and
tAASIUNGTON ASHJNGTON DcC 10 10No No 0 extra extraordinary Qxtraj ext ra raV
W V Vt t ordinary or inar session of congress will willI WU1i WU1ib wIltbe I I
I bo b hold5 next spring for f r tariff re revision f ff reI < < > ¬
f vision That has been decided deeldceldeJhute deeldceldeJhuteJy definite definitely ¬
ly The question jur tion of an extraordinary extraordinarysession QJCtraordinrysfHllon extraordinerysasIoii
session next fall is In abeyanje abeyanjePresident abeyan e ePresident cPrf
President Prf > ident Roosevelt announced this thisdfcolskm thisdE tlmiskeiMflhl
dfcolskm dE < I ol to several of his callers today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The president said he had abandoned abandonedany abandonedany < 1 1any
any Idea of calling congress Into extra
no o snowsheds will ill be required any anywhere anywhere anynhere
where along the he route routeWith Joutefth routeWith
With fth the completion of the Western WesternPacific e3tern e3ternclficQeQlIl esternPtjiti
Pacific clficQeQlIl GeoKge Gould G ldUl will have p e extend extenaeUtne cxtenaedj extendect
eUtne edj ect 4be e railway r raIIua Hwa system built buiit uJll up uJf uc hi b his hisThe hisf hisfberwiite
f fberwiite f tije a Rntlc to thaJIifia thaJIifiaCoast h gel gelCOM
COM CoastThe t tThe
The Colorado Colora o Southern and the theColorado theColorado theColorado
Colorado Midland will use the Western WesternPacific WesternPacific stern sternPacific
Pacific as their outlet to thePacific thePacificcoast thePaciCiecoas thePacifiecoast
coast coas The Th Western estern Pacific railway rnnwa has haea h ha hasacapital
a capital u pIt l of r 150000000 ottoOOO
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I PROPHETS PROPHET5SSON SSQN SON MAY TESTIFY TESTIFYSpecial I II T f fi fSpecIal i
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Special to The Herald HeraldW
W v nshlngton Dec 10 loXOneof 10None Mnne of the witnesses ummoned to tQappeJU appear appearin
r in the SmoQt trial on Monday have reached Washington up to O the thepresent thepresen thepresent I
present t time but b u t it is expected by b Chairman Burrows that several se ral of ofthose orthose ofthose
those whom Marshal Heywood succeeded in serving with subpoenas subpoenaswill
will be on hand Monday so that the th hearing may be commenced At Attorney Attorne Attorney ¬
torney torne Van Cott for the defense Is expected here tomorrow and At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney Tayler for the prosecution has been on the ground for the thepast thepast thepast
past week Joseph Smith of Lamoni la and JJenry Shea of Boston Bostonmembers Bostonm Bostonmqmberm
members m mber of the Josephite branch of theMormon the Iorrnon church are here and andwill andI andw
will w lll remain during the Smoot hearing and may a be called cal ed upon to tes testify test1f testify ¬
I tify t1f SmIth is a son Of Joseph Smith founder of the Mormon church churchTHE churcI churcTHE churchTHE +
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THE PRESIDENTS ARDOR IS COOLING COOLINGThere 1 1I I
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There Will Be No Extra Session of Congress Next Spring Springto
to Revisethe Revise DevisetheTariffResult the Tariff TariffResult Result of Pressure PressureBrought PressureBrought PressureErought
Brought to Bear
ordlna ordinary session in Ii the therIng spring as it did didnot
not seem = 111 practicable t lo o hold n i session sessionfor sessionlnriff1fvltlton sessionfor
for tariff lnriff1fvltlton i mmpvision vfoion at that time He in indieated inc1ialeel indicated
dieated however Illtv > ver that ho 11 < might ctill c ll a asession aSf asaninu
session Sf > slnu for fo next fall aU au although no abso absoIut ib O Olutr
lutr determination dNel n1lnlltion of that point has hasyet hasIt hasyet
yet It been reached reachedIn eachedIn
In view of this decision the president presidenttoM plesldenttold resident residenttold
told Representative Her g ntatlf Cooper of Texas Texasthat Texasthat rexasthat
that he had dedded to make a southern southerntrip southerntrip
trip next spring 1
BANKROBBERY BANK ROBBERY IN INBROAU BROAD DAYLIGHT DAYLIGHTThree
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Three Thr e Men Brandishing Revolvers Enter a Peoria Institu Institution InstituI Institution ¬
tion Grab 500 and Make Their Escape Through Throughthe
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the Crowded Streets Streetst
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BORIA III Dec DeclOAdnrlngbaOJt DeclOAdnrlngbaOJtrobbor Decrobbery 10 A daring bartK bartKrobbery
PEORIA P robbery robbor was committed in the heart heartof heart heartof heartof
of the downtown district at 1230 1230oclock 1230Olockthls 1280oclock
oclock Olockthls this af aftern terndon Qn n when three men menwearing mQ1wenring menwearing
wearing slouch hats entered the th Peo Peorla Peoria Peona
rla National bank and while two of the themen themen themen
men covered Frederick A Bracken with withrevolvers withreolvers wIthrevolvers
revolvers the third reached through the thetellers thetellers thetellers
tellers window and seizing about S6QO S6QOI 500 500in 00 00In
in currency and silver made his es escape e ecape escape
I cape capeThe capeI capeThe
The three men dashed out of the thebuilding thebulldln thebuilding
I building bulldln after threatening threa elltng thoseIn the thebank thebank thebank
bank and leaping into a a buggy stand standing Btandnear standI ¬
I lag near lashed the horse into a run runThe runThe runI
I The streets were crowded crowd d at the time timeand
and a large crowd crow was immedlatey immedlate In InNITROGLYCERINE InI inNITROGLYCERINEEXPLOSION
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I NITROGLYCERINE NITROGLYCERINEEXPLOSION NITROGLYCERINEEXPLOSIONThree EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONThree EXPLOSJONI EXPLOSJONIThree
Three Man Blown InO to Atoms and andMuch nl1dMuch andMuch
Much Damage Done DoneCatlettsburg DontCat1ettsburg DoneCatiettsburg
Catlettsburg Ky 1 Dec 10 1An An ex explosion cxplosion ¬ I
plosion Plosion of a tank of nitroglycerine nitroglycerlneblew nltrogbc rne rneblew
blew to atoms three men totally de demolished demollshed dornoilshed ¬
molished three boats splintered SPllntjred a a big bigraft blgrt lg lgtli
raft t of logs smashed sm be man > > vin4QiSS vin4QiSStoday vintioJ vintioJmy iW < 1V
tli my g Fr Fiont t stetani t ian1 dllbmuah dIdniuuhItmI dIdniuuhItmI8g lt 1 1t9pr
8g t9pr roprojieity t 1ttQg tiong the r ifver t fioiit fioiittoday It Ittl
today tl a The T e explosion occurred occurred onthe on the
pursuit of the men m Their Th tr progress IJrogr ss wi wiimnoded ws wsimueded WImnoded
imnoded by b a crush of drays in the thewholesale t thewholesale e ewholesalt
wholesale district and they the were werestopped werestopped werestopped
stopped for a moment by uy the crowd crowdwhich orowdwhIch crowdwhich
which had received word of the rob robbery robber robbery ¬
bery beryA ber
berA
A liberal display of revolvers fright frightened frightened frightened ¬
ened the crowd back and an the robbers robbersturned robbersturned robbersturned
turned and fled in another direction directionr A Abig Abig Abig
big crowd took up the chase including includingseveral InclUdingseveral including includingseveral
several automobiles whose owners ownersmanaged own ownersmanaged rs rsmanaged
managed to keep in sight of the men menThe menThe menThe
The men traveled tra eied rapidly and gained gainedon
on 01 the crowd They Th y drove to the river riverbank riverbank riverbank
bank where they the abadoned their rig rigand rignnd ri riand
and took down the river bank on foot footThey rootThe footThey
They The soon disappeared disappearedrhor disappearedlh
rhor lh ir < below b low the wharf from causes causeswhich causeswNch causeswIieh
which will never be known Three Th ec men menJohn menJohn menJohfl
John and James Brown bothers and andAlexander andAI andAlexander
Alexander AI ial1ler McGuire 1cGuir ¼ ero taking 200 200quarts OO OOquarls 00quarts
quarts of explosive to Maysville la sYUle where whereIt whereitwas
It itwas was to have been used used1n In shooting shootingwells shDoUngotl1 shootingMCIII
wells otl1 Their boats were slowly slowl making makingtheir makingtheir makingtheir
their way ay down stream when the explo explosioh cxploll exploion
sioh ll ion 1 occurred occurredMINERS occurlodMINERS occurredMINERS
MINERS ESCAPED ESCAPEDminers ESCAPEDiRtJJrja ESCAPEDJJ4rJu
JJ4rJu iRtJJrja 11 111 J 1 l0 t rjl ln t11 t11OUi tiie
OUi mIne tj 14rtqn1Dt Qn ln has Ima been beentIpgbished
< 6 tIpgbished l1guJshed after a ahard hard tight The Theminers Thethiner
miners all escaped escaI
DINNER OF THE THEGRIDIRON THEGRIDIRON THEGRiDIRON
GRIDIRON CLUB CLUBJoyous CLUBI CLUBJoyous
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Occasion For Newspa Newspaper N wspa wspaper wspaper ¬
per Wits of Washington WashingtonDISTINGUISHED WashingtonI WashingtonDISTINGUISHED WashingtonDISTINGUISHED
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DISTINGUISHED MEN THERE THEREHIT
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HIT OF THE EVENING WAS AT ATDEMOCRATIC ATDEMOCRATIC ATDEIiIOCRATIC
DEMOCRATIC EXPENSE EXPENSEWSHINGTC EXPENSEt
WSHINGTC I A I t ASHINGTON > N Dec D cco 10 10Tbe The first firstf firstdlnnel fIrstvv
vv f dinner of the Gridiron club for forthe forthe fortIme
the season was given at the Ar Arlington Arlington Arlington ¬
lington hotel tonight and the beauti beautifully benutiullr bstutlfully ¬
fully decorated dining room rang with withmerriment WitIlmerriment withmerriment
merriment for more than four hours hoursgreatly hoursgreatl hoursgreatly
greatly to the delight of the 200 OO persons personspresent personspresent personspresent
present The recent election afforded affordedthe affordedthe affordedthe
the famous club of Washington corre correspondents correspondents correspondents ¬
spondents an opportunity to make makemirth makemirth makemirth
mirth at the expense of both the sue successful 5UCOessfuI suecessful ¬
cessful and the defeated parties parti promi prominent prominent prominent ¬
nent representatives of both being beingpresent beingpresent beingpresent
present to enjoy the quips qui1 > S and bur burlesque burlesque burlesque ¬
lesque which were presented with withGridiron withGridIrDn withGrldirDn
Gridiron humor and pleasantry Calf CaUinet Calfinet Calmet
inet officers senators and representa representatives representatives representatives ¬
tives and other ot er diplomatic officers were werethere werethere werethere
there to be put on the th gridiron and andalso anda150 andalso
also to appreciate the clever schemes schemeswhich r3chemeswhIch schemeswhich
which had been concocted for their theirespecial tbeircspecI theirespecidi
especial l benefit beneritHit benetitHit benefitHit
Hit of the Evening EveningAn
I An attempt to reorganize the Dem Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
ocratic party in which Cleveland ClevelandBryan CJeelandBr ClevelandBryan
Bryan Br a 1 Watson Yatson Debs DavIS Taggart Taggartand Taggartand Taggartand
and others were personated by mem members mem members memhers ¬
bers of the club and into which a afortune afortune afortune
fortune teller full of wit and alive to tothe tothe tothe
the general gen ral situation Injected himself himselfmade hixruselfmade himselfmade
made the hit of the evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The dead letter office to which a amember amember amember
member of the club had recently been beenappointed beenappointed beenappointed
appointed chief was opened and some somecurious somecurious somecurious
curious and unheardof letters relat relating relatIng relatlug ¬
ing to prominent guests were un unearthed unearthed mlearthed ¬
earthed earthedThe earthedThemuslcaJ earthedThe
The ThemuslcaJ musical feature was one of the thebest thebest thebest
best and topical songs choruses and andsolos Andsolos andsolos
solos dedicated especially r to thQse who whosat whoat whosat
sat at at the th tables were enjoyed during duringthe durIngthe duringthe
the dinner
Noted Guests GuestsAmong GuestsAnollg GuestsAnong
Among the guests present were wereSpeaker wereSpeaker wereSpeaker
Speaker Cannon Vice Presidentelect PresidentelectFairbanks PresidentelectFairbanks PresidentsiectFairbanks
Fairbanks Secretary Morton Seers Secretary Seereta Seerstary ¬
tary ta Metcalf Senators Aldrich Allison AllisonBeverlftge AlUsonBeOerI AllisonBeverfige
Beverlftge BeOerI < lge Cockrell Dietrich Dolliver DolliverElkins DolliverElkins DolliverElkins
Elkins ForakeV Forake Gorman G < > rman Newlands NewlandsPlatt NewlandsPlatt NewlandsPlatt
Platt Conn and Scott Representa Representatives RepresentaI Representatives ¬
tives Cowherd and Hemenway George GeorgeB
I B Cortelyou Cortel ou chairman of the Repub Republican Republican Repubilcan ¬
lican national committee former Sea Senator Seuator Seaator ¬
ator Henry Henr G Davis West rest Virginia VirginiaElmer VirginiaElmer
I Elmer Dover secretary Republican na national national natlonal ¬
tional committee J T Pierpont Morgan Morganand Morganand Morganand
and E P Ripley pesident ot the theAtchison theAtchison
I Atchison Topeka Santa Fe railroad railroadTWO railroadTWO railroada railroadTwo
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TWO MORE WITNESSES
Apostles Penroseand Penrose and John Hen Henry Henry ¬
ry Smith to Testify Before BeforeSmoot BeforeSmoot BeforeSmoot
Smoot Committee Committeeith
Ulst wpstte John Heavy mitJl ith and Charles Charlessubpoenas CharlesFanrbetere
Fanrbetere Iffmr6 ewel1r strU fer nif1f ffNWtth stdwIthsubpoena ffNWtthHUQPOenllfl
subpoenas requiring their presence before beforethe beforeUto beforethe
the Smoot Sm Ot committee at Washlajrwn WashlajrwnThey WashtugtunThey VashlDitvnTiley
They arc required requlr > d to appear app ar forthwith forthwltiiand forthwltband forthwithand
and have already alr < ad begun preparations > to toleave tol toleave
leave l ae Apostle Penrose expects to t f start startMonday stactltonda startMonday
Monday ltonda evening or Tuesday Tu sda morn momlJl momlJlApostle morning morningApostle Ins Inshoped
Apostle Smith stated last night that hel he hehoped
hoped to be able to start Tuesday TuesdayThe TuesdayThe TuesdayThe
The receipt of subpoenas for the two twomen twomen twomen
men was wholly wholl unexpected unex Eted Neither was wasincluded wasincluded as asincluded
included in the first list of subpoenas subpoenassent subpoeD8sent
sent out and the general impression Impr 1sloQ was wasXihnt wasgntt was11ht
Xihnt they would not be called However Howeverin I
in Marshal Heywoodv Hewood mail yesterday yesterdaymorning ye yesterdaymorning terda
morning appeared a letter from Sergeant SergeantatArms Sergeanta SergeantatArms
atArms a Arms Ransdell of the senate Opening OpeningitJ t
itJ It iq Mr 11 Heywood H wood found foundthe the > two subpoenas subpoenawithin subpoenasw subpoenaswithin
within w thin At once the marshal reached for forhis forhis forhis
his hat and started to serve the sub subiwenas subH subIsxnas
iwenas H > t > nas He H > found no difficulty difficult in reach reachinc reachJUJ reachin
inc JUJ in the men and was back at his oTflee oTfleewith otrlctowith olficewith
with the th service performed in about fif fifteen fifteen fifteen ¬
teen minutes minutesApostle minutesApostle minutesApostle
Apostle Smith was wasubpoenaed subpoenaed at the thetime thetime thetime
time of the former sitting of the commit committee commlttel committee ¬
tee but was unable through illness to tomake tomake tomake
make the > > trip to Washington His illness illnesswas illnesswag IllnessWfl
was Wfl ofloner of long duration and it was only a afew afew afew
few weeks since that he was able to at attend attend attend ¬
tend to his business affairs affairsApostle AffairsAtJostleSmith affairsApostle
Apostle AtJostleSmith Smith and an Apostle Penrose had hadjust hadjust hadjust
just returned from a trip to Mexicowhen Mexicowhenthey MexicO e dQ when whentbe whenthey
they tbe were subpoenaed subpoenaedSixteen sUbpoenaedSbteen subpoenaedSixteen
Sixteen witnesses have now been be n sub subpoenaed subpoenaed subpocnaed ¬
poenaed for or the forthcoming sitting of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th committee committeeLENIENCY committeeLENIENCY
a I ILENIENCY
LENIENCY A MISTAKE MISTAKEAndrew MISTAKEAndrew MiSTAKEAndrew
Andrew D White Criticizes CriticizesRoosevelt CriticizesRooseveh CriticizesRoosevelt
Roosevelt For Saving a aMurderers aMurdereis aMurderers
Murderers Neck NeckNew Necke NeckNewYork
New NewYork e York Dec 10 10Much Much as I ad admire admlre admire ¬
mire President Roosevelt as a L true man manwe man1e mante
we have seen today the sorry example exampleof
of the mistake a strong man can make makeThe roakeThe makeThe
The president plesidentwas was appealed a penled to by a acolored alored
colored I01ed Baptist minister to save the thelatters thelatters
latters son from the gallows for the themurder themurder
murder of a farmer in Canada The Thepresident Therresidcnt
president Tausiel > nt listened to the appeal and andi andhsi
i hart h8 succeeded In securing a commuta commutation commutation commutalion ¬
tion of sentence I do not admire the thepresident thepresident thePresiIeilt
president for or that thatThis thatThis
This statement was was made today todn by byAndrew byAndrew byAndrew
Andrew D White formerly formerl United UnitedStates UnitedSlah UnitedStates
States > s Ambassador AmbnSS dor to Germany in the theeoursc theOUl thecourse
course OUl > of anaddress an 0 address on Evolution vs vsRevolution S SReyolution
i Revolution in Politics before the theLeague theLfugue theLen
League Len gue for Political PoHticnlEducatiou Pci itical Education EducationMr
Mr 11 White had declared that high highcrime I11ghrjme higherlrmie
crime Is more frequent in this country countrythan countrythan countrythait
than anywhere else el e in the world save saveSicily saveSlelb saveSicily
Sicily and that there fs s a a widespread widespreadsuperstition widespreadsuperstition widespreadsuperstition
superstition here that it is the duty of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the people to protect the th criminals criminalsIt
It was in calling attention to what hat he hetermed heter hetermed
termed ter ned this mistaken leniency lcnlenc that the thefarmer thefrmer
farmer frmer ambassador referred to the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president as quoted quotedCrime quotedCrln1e quotedCrime
Crime is crime said Mr White Whiteand Whiteand
and nd it is our duty dut to make its prose prosecution prosecution proseeution ¬
cution more speedy and less intricate intricatei IntricateWe
i We Ye should stand together to extermin extermInatto
I I I ate criminals criminalsPresent criminalsI
1 Present American business methods methodsMr
Mr White declared de lared are leading to ca catastrophies cata entastrophies
tastrophies ta tophje13 and filling lunatic luna tie asylums asylumsand asylumsand asylumsarid
and poorhouses He predicted that if ifj ifi Ifbetter
j better be ter methods are not developed An Anj AnloSaxons AngloSaxons
j gjloSaxons loSaxons will die out andbe and be succeed succeeded
I ed by b a cruder race of tougher fiber fiberSOMETHING fiberSOMETHING fiberSOMETHING
SOMETHING MAY DROP DROPBEFORE DROpBEFORE DROPBEFORESPRY
BEFORE BEFORESPRY SPRY LEAVES LEAVESj LEAVESSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashinston HeraldWashington
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Washington Dec 10 10Stat State Chair Chairman Chairman Chairman
man Spry and hiswife hIs wife andMr and 1lr anc ancMrs and andllrs aridMrs
Mrs H E Booth ofvSalt Lake City are arein are arein arein
in Washington Yashlngt n taking a little rest restand restand restand
and enjoying some sightseeing after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the hard work of the campaign Mr MrSpry MrSpry MrSpry
Spry explained d today todaThe The visitors have havenot havenot havenot
not called upon President Roosevelt Rooseveltbut
but will do eo so during their stay InWashington In 1nVashlngton inWashington
Washington which Will be a a week or 01more ormore ormore
more Mr Spry Spr said his presence hi hiWashihgton hIWashrn hiWathIntoii
Washihgton Washrn t011 atvthJf attiIStlmfjadno t thi5 tiineJiadrio time iad no po poHtical
Jluca1 Htical sgttinca1 sgtllff E gltttfetlLce l ceV t but possibly p s ibl uv uvof lI lIlpterest e eot
of Interest 1ptercsttdtpenpIe toMhepeople tQtt e pfn11t of Utah might mightdevelop mightdevelop mightdevelop
develop before he leaves
FRENCH ARE NOT NOTNOW NOTNOW NOTNOW
NOW SO CERTAIN CERTAINBeginning CERTAINBeginning
4 4Beginning
Beginning to Lose Faith in inStrength inStrength inStrength
Strength of Port Arthur ArthurJAPANESE Arthurt ArthurJAPANESE ArthurJAPANESE
t
JAPANESE LOSE A CRUISER CRUISERDESTROYERS GRUI CRUISERt CRUISERDESTROYERS ER ERt ERDESTROYERS
t t
DESTROYERS MAY TRY TO MAKE MAKETHEIR MAXBI 1AXBTUEI1
I THEIR ESCAPE ESCAPEIARIS ESOAIEt ESOAIEPARIS ESCAPEflAR1S
t t
IARIS Dec D 10 lOTJle The Port Arthur cri criI crisI6 cr1r
PARIS r I Sis Is ehaking bakin the faith faitliot > of French Frenchnriltary lImlChmllttry Frenchnifltry
nriltary critics who heretofore heretoforehave heretoforehave a ahav
have hav been positive that the fortress fortresswas lortreoswas lortresswas
was impregnable They claim cI1 there is isan isan isan
an inner line of defenses dete es wftweas the theBritish thfBritish theBritish
British critics deny that tut inner ner line lineexists lineexists 1heexists
exists The is reason to believe beJia e that thaithe thatthe thatthe
the French view Is based on the re recent r rcent racent ¬
cent personal observation of Lieuten Lieutenant Lieut Lieutenant n nant ¬
ant DecuveriHe the French naval at attache attache attache ¬
tache at Port Arthur who mysterious mysteriously ¬
ly disappeared Prior to his disappear disappearance dIsappearance disappearance ¬
ance he furnished the headquarter headauartersstaff headquarterstaff
staff with elaborate reports leading to tothe tothe tothe
the belief that the fortress was ca capable capable enpable ¬
pable of further lengthy endurance enduranceA
A leading naval authority expresses expressesthe expressesthe > R Rthe
the belief that the Japanese after afterdefeating attrjeteattng afterbleating
defeating the Russian second Pacific Pacificsquadron PacUksquadron Pacilksquadron
squadron will om send a Japanese squad squadron squadvon quad1on ¬
ron to European waters wtte over the rout routthat routtthat routethat
that Admiral Rojestvenskys Rojestvel1 bys squadron squadronhas squadrQIIbas squadrolAhas
has traveled He points out that the thecoaling thtcoaUng tb tbcoaling >
coaling of the vessels ves els of the Pacific Pacificsquadron Paclftsquadron PacI1iisquadron
squadron at Dakar Jlbutil and andFrench andFrench andFrench
French ports has established a prece precedent prElfdent precadent > ¬
dent which will in turn be an expected expectedadvantage r radvantage iadvantage
advantage to the Japanese as the lat latters Iatters lamters
ters squadron coming to Europe will willbe willbe willbe
be in a position to ask for coal at the thesame thesame thesame
same ports now furnishing the Rus Russians Russians Russians ¬
sians with coal coalThe coalThe coalThe
The announcement from Jibutil JibutilFrench JibutilFrench JibutilFrench
French Somaliland that Rear Ad Admiral Admiral Admimi ¬
miral Roelkersams division of the Pa Pacific Paific PadOe ¬
dOe ific squadron has sailed for Mada Madagascar Macagascar ¬
gascar shows that all the stops Qxcept QxceptVigo dxceptVigo tceptVlgo
Vigo were or are to be made at French Frenchports Frencllports Fremhports
ports namely Algiers Algi r5 Dakar Jibutiland Jibutiland Jibutil Tibudland
and Madagascar MadagascarSTRUCK MadagascarSTRUCK hldagascarSTRUCK
STRUCK A MINE MINEJapanese MINEJapanese MINE3apaneee
Japanese Cruiser Saiyen Lost at Port PocfcArthur PortArthur BortArthur
Arthur November 30 30Tokio 30Tokio 30Toklo
Tokio Dec 10 10The The Japanese cruis cruiser ¬
er Saiyen struck stru < k a mine and sank New
30 Fifteen officers and 175 men were wererescued wererescued wererescued
rescued Captain Tajlma and 5S others otherswent otherswent otherswent
went down with the ship shipThe shipThe shipThe
The navy department announces that thatthe th3tthe thatthe
the Saiyen with the detached squad squadron ¬
ron while cooperating with the army 4arfltyIn arniyIn armyin
In bombarding Port Arthur Nov No 3 3struck 3t 3tstruck 3struck
struck a Russian mine and ad was seeK seeKto see seeto seento
to be enveloped in smoke The gun gunj gunboat slimboat
j boat Akagi which 1ich was also eagagHI eagagHIin
in shelling Port Arthur immediately immediatelyceased immeAl1atelTceasedftrins Immedlatyceased
ceased ceasedftrins firing and went to the rescue rescueof rescueor rescueof
of the Saiyen Finding that the lat lati latter latter <
i ter was tkaing water rapidly the theAkagi theAkagl theAkagl
Akagl anchored near the sinking shin shinand h hand
and cooperating with the tb other oth r Jap Japanese Ja Jaanese Jaanese Sht
anese ships succeeded in rescuing rescuingofficers refiulngoffieersand rescuingofficers
officers offieersand and 175 men but Captain Ca tai1l Tar Tarjlma T Tjhna Ta TaJithit
jlma and 38 others went down downwith with the theship
ship
The Saiyen Sai Saiy EU1 n while in command o othe
the detached squadron and at the some somethur sumeJu sometin
tin ggj1 Ju It 11 biocanPart rMrt A Athur iL iLthur
thur was often ort exposed to dangers anfl anflfrequently anllrequent1 an anfrequently
frequently rendered distinguished distlnguts ed send sendice ser1Icee serlices
ice ices I j jThe J JT
icesThe The T announcement of Utefaan the fcavy av avpartmnt d dpartment da1tJMnt
partment concludes as follows followsIt 0 0It
It is highly regrettable r ettabJe that th t Mick Micka idt idta
a ship should have met with DO great greata
a misfortune misfortuneHITS mlsfoatuneHITS misfortuneHITSBECORDED
HITS HITSBECORDED HITSBECORDEDReport RECORDED 1 1Report
0 0Report
Report of Commander qo niander of f Japanes JapanesNaval J JapanescNaval pane paneNaval
Naval Guns at Port Arthur ArthurTokio ArthUlTokio ArthurTokio
Tokio Dec 10 18lhe The commander Ql Qti Qtithe QLthe t tthe 0 0thur
the Japanese Jap nese naval guns as Fort Aovv Aovvthur Ail Arthur
thur reported at 9 oclock Friday Frk1 yntftlt yntftltas nfefct nfefctas iiItas
as follows followsOur followsOur i iOur
Our bombardment today resulted If iJt iJtfIe i ifive s sfive
five hits on the PObleda and seven seventhe fit fitt i itle <
the t e Bayan Ba an setting her oh on ftre adcausing fiIIP fiIIPcausing ad asiIcausing
causing a 25degree list to port Sh Shthreatens SJtthreatens She Shethreatens
threatens to keel over at high tide tideThe tideThe tideThe
The upper decks of the Rstvtean anr anrPoltava an1 an1Poltava n nPoltava
Poltava are submerged to the foot oL ofthe oLthe olthe
the conning towers towersThe towersThe J JThe
The Pallada is listing eo considerably considerablyto onsidet8b onsidet8bto siderablr siderablrto
to port and the Pobieda to starboard stubo starboaidboth Ud Udboth j jboth
both exposing their hulls below belowwater tkk tkkwater the thewater
water line At high tide a aporjlon portion of oftheir c ctheir oftheir
their upper decks seem to be b suit sufcmerged suitmerged submerged
merged mergedThe mergedThe mergedThe < >
The Peresveit at high tide has hat harsternwalk hatsternwalk hatsternwalk
sternwalk and fore torpedo tubes aubv aubvmerged su sumerged sub submae
merged mergedThe mergedThe mae rged rgedThe
The Giliak is lying close clO e to land near nenzthe r rthe rthe
the southern base ef Peiyu mountain mountainShe m unt untShe
She has listed 1istetItwenty twenty degrees Is erli erlidently en endently I Idently
dently damaged and is resting on io iobottom t theLtttom a > l ltcttom
bottom bottomThe tcttomThe LtttomThe
The Sevastopol Se astopol left the harbor harb t at atdawn itca atdawn
dawn ca wn and anchored evidently f fCfr r the thepurpose tbe1urpose theurpose
purpose of escaping our bombardmewtJ bo bornbardinetiLDEPENDS bard1neltt bard1nelttDEPENDS i iDEPENDS
DEPENDS UPON UTOESSBL UTOESSBLRussian UTOESS L 1 1Russian i iRussian
Russian Not Ready to Give Tip UpPort UpPortArthur Ports PortsArthur PortArthur
Arthur Warships WarshipsSt
St Petersburg Dec lOThe The state statenient statement statemeat
meat that the Russian warships w at atPort atlort atPort
Port Arthur were sunk by the Russian Russianas Rl1 Rl1a RiIS IiLas IiLasas
as a a protection from the Japan Japanese as e gun gunfire g gunlire n nfire
fire is regarded at the admiralty as asli fce fceing hejug e eing
ing quite possible If true it is inter interpreted iaterpreted interpreted ¬
preted as a a sign s that General Stoassel Stoasselt Stoasselbelieves Sto055elcUeves Stheoselbelieves t
believes the fortress tortr s can holdout hold out until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the arrival of the second Pacific squad squadron squadron squadroe ¬
ron The supposition Is that the gar garrison garrisen IDf IDfrison ¬
rison as a last resort will retire to t the theLiaotie theI theLmaotie
Liaotie I 180 tie forts forteIf fortsIf fortsIf
If success could come the shipcould shiplcould ship shipscould
could be raised Considering the fact factthat factthat factthat
that Admiral Wirens orders were to todestroy todtstroy todtstroy
dtstroy the ships beyond the possibil possibility pOssibility possibitity ¬
ity of a salvage when all hope had gone gonethe gonethe gonethe
the admiralty has been unable to un understand ll llderstand mmnderstand ¬
derstand why they remained at Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur TJhe lhe new explanation is there therei t theretore ere eretore
i tore regarded as more reasonable reasonableJaps reasonableJaps renonable1aps
Japs on the Watch WatchTokio WatchTokio WatchTokio
Tokio Dec 10 11 a m maIt It is reported reportedhere reportedhere reportedhere
here that since the commencement of ofthe orthe ofthe
the bombardment of the Russian fleet fleetIn fleetin eft eftIn
In PortArthur Port Arthur harbor tHe Japanese Japanesemilitary JapanesemiUtary Japanesemilitary
military observers on 203Meter hill hillhave hillave billhave
have ave not seenanything of the th Russian Russianfleet Russianfleet Russianfleet
fleet of torpedo boat destroyers destro etsz and it ithind itbs itis
bs presumed It has taken shelter shelter b bhind be behind
hind Lnoti mountain The Vapanesc Vapanescfeet apane apaneleet apaneee apaneeetet
feet lying off ot the entrance to the har harbor harb barher ¬
her b r is constantly on the alert alertin in antici anticipation anticIpation anticipatton ¬
pation of an attempt being made by byany byafty byany
any of the Russian warships to escape escapeand escapeand escapeand
and seek refuge in some neutral port portNot portNot portNot
Not Ordered Back BackSt BackSt BackSt
St Petersburg Peter burc Dec 10 lOTbe The report reportpublished reportpu reportpulIished
published pu Ushed in a London newspaper that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Russian R ssiansecoad second se ond Pacific squadron squadronhas sQuadtonlUts squadronhas
has been ordered to t turn back is un untiue unhue unVt
hue Vt ue
Sailed For Madagascar MadagascarJlbutil MadagascarJfblitil MadagascarJIbtitIl
Jlbutil French Somaliland S maUlnn < l Dec 16 16She 19lhe 10The
She second division of the Russian sec second setond seeend ¬
ond Pacific squadron uadron commanded by byRear byRear byBear
Rear Admiral Voalkersam has sailed sailedfor sailedfor sailedfor
for the Island of Madagascar MadagascarONE MadagascarI MadagascarONE I
I 0 0O
ONE O MORE VICTIM VICTIMTacaraa VICTIMTfleoma VICTIMTacoma
Tacoma Tj wucfu asSi Pee 10 10Joseph 10JosephForsythe Joseph JosephForsythe J os ph phForsythe
Forsythe injured Iujur ii i a the mine mi1 dlsasttr dlsasttrat dLa ttf ttfat
at Burnett died today day nvukiuj nvukiujtotal t ti titotal I Itotal >
total death list number seventeen

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