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ii 2 THE SALT LAKE HERLD FRIDAY DEC DECEMBER BER 30 1904
KAZNAKOFF HAS HASBE
BE BEEN ENRECALLED ENRECALLEDI RECALLED
1
4 4Russia I
Russia Win Send New Member Memberof
of North Sea Commission CommissionIllHEALTH Commissiont CommissionILL4IEALTH
t
IllHEALTH IS REASON GiVEN GiVENI GiVENCHANG GiVENCEANGE
+ I
CHANG HAS CAUSED COMMENT COMMENTm COM3IENTIN
m PARIS PARISI
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St Petcrs Petersburg urg Dee IAdmiral Kaz KazDkrt az azT1kCr
T1kCr Is toetumlng to RU861u and will willbf willbi
bf bi TepmceU 1Iy Ylue Ioe Mmitnt DO1ba Doubasofr Doubasofrzu sor sorRus3
zu Rus3 RUe3Ifl 1U1 comml cornmIstknier sl3l1er on the Interna Internaft
ft n Tfl41 l commi88lon at lAri whlclY18 to toinqulr toinqutr
inqulr > Inte mt th North e eii Icident Dou Doubn Douba0ff
bn ba0ff oCf slarts for Paris next week weekAdmiral weekI
Admiral iKaznakoff III I r turnlng be beIlU8 bectus
IlU8 > of III helith It seems ems not yet dp dptfrmlned dotormned
I tfrmlned ab80lut absolutely ly whether he will be beal beabk
al to continue a3 a a member of the thecommiBIshm thec1mmf1iIwL
commiBIshm At the admiralty the news newsot newzOL
ot his breakdown did not cause surprise surpriseit
it being fear reared when hen he was appointed appointedthat
that he W uld tld not ot support the strain strainV1le strainVice
Vice Admiral Doub Doubassofr ss Ct8S sims given an anaudlnoo anaudlonee
audlnoo or the emperor jUt before his hismaj his2najstys
maj 2najstys stys < departure for the south This ThisJS
JS n regarded as confirmation or the report reportthat reportthat
that Doubassotf j8 to replace Admiral AdmiralXaznakoff
KaznakoU on the Korth orth 1100 ea commissIon
Joubassrr is eminently fitted to reprc reprcent repreeiit
ent Rus 1 on the commission Ho 18 18prgetic IsChergetjc
Chergetjc prgetic and speaks the English and andFrAlICh andFroich
FrAlICh language fiuentl It Is under understood undersIood
stood that Douba8BoU would have been been2rnt
1 2rnt > nt to Paris In the first placa but for forth forthe
th the > fact tbat the emperor did not ish to toJ5 tospare
J5 spare him from the Important work of the thenaval thenaval
naval technical committee and 50 Admi Admiral AdmiI
I rat RamaJeoff ws uMlec sIeeed It wa hoped hoped1btt topetthtt
1btt his hMlth would bear the strain oC oCthr ofth
thr th > duties impOl4ed upon him by the ap aplolntmcnt appolntment
lolntmcnt though tkne was some fear 10futhat fearthat
that lie might break down and for this thisrfMOn thisreason
reason his son sonS 8 young Jieutanant was wasIPtalled wasietahIed
IPtalled < to accompany the admiral to toParis toParis
Paris
SURPRISE IN PARIS PARISAdmiral TARISIJ
IJ Admiral Xaznakoff XaznakoffBefusecl fused to Make Makea
a Stltement StltementParis StatenientParis
Paris Doc 9The members ot th the In InernntloDal inernat1onal
< ernntloDal commission on the North sea seaincident on onincident
incident were surprised tod today to hear heartlntt hearthat
that Admiral Kaznakof1hc Raznakoff the Russian Russianm
j m member mber had been recalled as no tail InUmation tailThatlon
mation that a change wm contemplated contemplatedhad
had ad been conununlcnted to the omnls cozntnlsI omnls810n
I 810n The dispatch from 81 Petersburg PetorsburgannQunclng Petersburgannouncing
announcing the > change was laid be beroro beroroAdmiral ore oreAdmiral
Admiral Kaznakoff tonight by the Ao Aoelated AOelated
elated Press with a request for a state statement stateinent
ment The admiral returned the answer answerthat uns unsthat
that he must decline to discuss the mltf mltftcr inttcr
tcr The members ot his suits also N Nfused r rfused
fused to discuss thE subject subjectTho subjectThe
The retirement ot Admiral Knznako KnznakoAuses Enznakofzauses
Auses much comment hero It Is conjoc conjoctured eanjectured
tured that 1t is duo to renewed naval naalftUvity navalketlrity
ftUvity In Russia in connection with the theosslbledl thepossIb1edIepateh
possIb1edIepateh osslbledl patch of a third squadron to tolho toth
lho th far east as Kunakoff ranks as a afiH af1
fiH admIral anil nd therefore his seniority s811lorltyrr
o rr er Skrydloft and RoJestvensky com commandr8 corniranders
mandr8 ot the first and second Pacific PacUicsquadrons Pacificsquadrons
squadrons It 18n150 Is so suggested that thatGreat thatGreat
Great Britain and other gov governments rnmants hay hayIng hayIng
Ing sent vice or rear admirals s to sit on onthe ontue
the commlBSlon Russia deems it not nec necEssar necessary
Essar essary that she should be represented by byan byan
an officer oC hIghest rank rankSubsequently rankSubsequently
Subsequently a member o of the Rw Russian Russian5rlegatlon lan lanlegatlon
legatlon who was Interviewed expressed expressedulrprise expresseUftirprise
ulrprise at Vice Adptlral Doubassoft re rea redaing
a lalng Admiral Kunakot He Said a1d he hehad behail
had been n aware that Doubilssoff was wascoming wascoming
coming to Pam to confer with the Frenell Frenellmlnisler Frenenminister
minister of marine and therefore if the thefWS therfws
rfws fWS of I aznakoffs recall was true It ItJtohably Itr
r Jtohably was as because Emperor mIror Nicholas lcholash
I h hvirig 1 ng more Important duties for Admi Admiral Adruml
ral Kaznakott at St Petersburg had In InttudNl Intrij
ttudNl trij td Vice AdmIral Doubossof to tot tombiie
t mb mbiie le the to missions conferrIng conferrIngIt
utIi It h t the he minister ot ofinarine DIarine and slttln siting on ontl ontL
tl iurth 5e commls commission commissionADACS lon lonHEADAOHES
HEADAOHES ADACS FROM COLDS COLDSLAXA COLDSLAXATIVE
LAXA LAXATIVE TIVI < BROMO QUININE re removt5 relflOV4
movt5 lflOV4 th the cause aus To g get t the genuine genuineall
< all for the full name and look for the theignature theAgnature
ignature or E W Grove 25c 25cIt 25cCASE
It ItCASE
CASE OF THE ARABIA ARABIAIS
IS TO BE REOPENED REOPENEDr
8 r Ptttrsburg Dec 29The admiralty ailmlraltc admiraltyitt
c itt has a agreed reed to a rehearing or the therrwrkan theAmcrian
rrwrkan claim in the case of the Port PortHJfl Portjrc1Asiatie
jrc1Asiatie HJfl latic line ltamer Arabia cap
tlrPfl I Jy y the RU Rusaian lanan YhlJivostok squad squadr
r n JI1I July if it can be shown that the them theimnta
imnta m nis were trc unable to account or lack IRCkf
f irnf to perfect their appeal from the thejOIl thet
t jOIl of the Vladivostok court The 1berharlng Theiu
rharlng iu aring will at least assure the release
4 1 trl it flour and tr the Jndlvostok court
1 u iittind t in d as has been Intimated in the thel
r l II S f the machinery it wilL III enable the theJtllr theatli
Jtllr atli titles at Washington to make diplo diplornJti diploniti
rnJti rt rtpieeentat1ons rtpieeentat1onsCLAIM re entatlon8 entatlon8ZII
ZII ZIICLAIM
CLAIM FINALLY ALLOWED ALLOWEDClaimant ALLOWEDClaimant
Claimant Died Witho Without t Getting Sight Sightof
of the Money Moneyr 2loneyInrado
r Inrado rado SprIngs Dec 2UA letter has
1 p r rpcetvecI by attorne attorneys s here announc announcIg announci
Ig i g th that t the claim of E S Jocelyn of this thisi
i S against the government for 1500 for forIhdtton forI
I Ihdtton oC the use oC the claimants claimantsrm
rm n 1 tile Columbia river In 1 i35 1856
101 4 I 1 1T i I is to be paid out oC an appro approt
t J tfjn to be pasaed by the present eon eonF contry
try F During the year mentfouEd the thedJimSinls thefAimsInta
dJimSinls land was as u used etl aa S military 1nIJUaryFtion militarytifl
Ftion tifl by United States troo troops Which Whichr
r fngaKPd In 8uppr suppressing ng an Indian Indiantbrfak indiantrak
tbrfak In tM half ceuttlr century that has hasji
ji Ht nnfd Jocelyn had been engaged In InJjJOhinv inp
I JjJOhinv p ithing his claim On the da thay that the theJttpr thettr
Jttpr ttr announcing that It would be paid paidd
V d iS written Joc Joceiyn bn died and thc claim claimI
y I J I be paid to the widoW widoWGII
GII GIITOBACCO
1 TOBACCO MEN ME PROTEST PROTESTTTrrtftrd PROTBSTrtIrd
TTrrtftrd rtIrd Cnn Dec DThe ConnecU ConnecUIt
It Tohao Growprs astWclatlon has sent sentt
t adl senator H aud nil rpr representative > ntaUve from fromCnntwut fromflflCtut
Cnntwut flflCtut in engres ngress a circular letter letterr lettertsting
r f tsting < tug aAaln against t thE > removal ot the thelfl thetrf
lfl trf torn Philippine tobacco tobaccoI
I
BOTH VESSELS VESSELSTOTAL VESSELSTOTAL
TOTAL WRECKS WRECKSOne
4 4One
One Stuck in the Sand Off Gape GapeHatteras CapeHatteras
Hatteras HatterasI HatterasOTHER
4 4OTHER I
I
OTHER OFF FIRE ISLAND ISLANDI ISLANDREWS ISLANDbBEWS
t I
REWS TAK TAXEN N OFF BY THE RE LIFE LIFESA LIFESAVERS
SA SAVERS VERS VERSNorfolk
4 4Norfolk +
Norfolk Ya Dee 2O 29After Aflcr beln being Im ImJrls Imprsoned
prsoned Jrls nQd on the wrecked oil steamer steamerNorthORsterl1 steamerNortthsistrii
NorthORsterl1 nine nllleal off Calte Cni Hatt Hattems Hatteras
ems for t1ht tlityi slx hours Captain Wilder Wilderand VUderand
and hili crew or twcntone men were ta taken taken
ken ashore at noon today b by thc the crews crewsor crewsot
or Innnktct Creeds hill and Hatteras Hatteraslife hatteraslife
life savIng vln statlons statlonsThe atat1onThe
The big steamer Is pounding on Diamond Dlnmondshools Diamondshoals
shoals under a terrific sea and thc CroW crowsay
I
say she will JI1 bca be a total loss lossIn lossIn
In the bewildering fog Tuesda Tuesday night nightthe I Ithe
the Northeastern on her wa way up the thoI thoCORet thetoast I
toast from Port Arthur rexus to New NewI
York with a cargo of crude petroleum petroleumshoved
I shoved hovf d her plow Into the dead deadly I sand oct of ofHatteras
Hatteras and was Cast In the clutches of ofth ofthe
th the graveyard of shlplJlng before her hercrewroollzed hercrew
crewroollzed crew realized what happened happenedGale happenedGale
Gale in the Night NightThis NightThis
This was 11 ocloelt and before day had hadC9me hadcame
came Che be gale that hud swept over the theeountry theCountry
Country from the middle west hud struck struckthe struckthe
the sea and waves were crashing over overthe overthe
the helpless vo vessel Incessantly
The force of the wind and tide threw threwon
het on her port beam and the flood of ofwnter ofWater
Water extln extinruished ul2lhed her fires before her herIlnllmmable herInflammable
Inflammable Ilnllmmable cargo could become Ignited Ignitednad
hind tit this Is not been the case the twenty I Itwo
two men aboard tho ho Northeastern would wouldhMve wouldhave
have met a horrible rate rateWhen
When ben morning dll dawned ned the wreck was wasIgtated wassighted
sighted b by lifesavers and the weather woalherot5tortor weatherobservatory
observatory at Hatterus She was nine ninemiles zitnenilles
miles oCfshore off shore and the water between betweenwas
WitS a seething mass of mountainous mountainouswavcs mountainouswaves
waves
Life Savers Summoned Summonedfhe
fhe crew uf the Creed hm and Kin Klnnakeet Kinnakeet
nakeet lIfe saving slaU stations ns wore sum summoned auramoned
moned and this morning the life savers
began their attempts to et a boat boatthrough boatthrough
through the heavy seas After a three
hours struggle at t 9 oclock three lICe
boats were safely across the breakers and
battling with the outside seas on their theirwa theirWay
wa Way to the steamer steamerYhtn steamerWhen
When the nrtmen reached the wreck wreckthe wreckthey
the they were confronted with a problem of ofgreat ofgreat
great dancer tln er Rod diffIculty The Thesea Thesea
sea e although It had subsided to toome tosome
some extent was still In an anangr anangry
angry mood and the little Ufo boats were werobeIng werebeIng
beIng tossed like lOckh eockleshohls > shells about the
helpless mass of steel Lines were fin flnall finally
all ally strun between the boats and the theortkea5tern theNortheastern
Northeastern end after much trouble troubleee troubleevery
ee every man was wn taken from the vessel in insafet Insafety
safet safetO safety safetyOver
O Over r six hours were consumed before beforethe beforethe
the first of the b boats reached shore shorea shoreaguin
a aguin aguinThe ln lnThe
The Northeastern Is an ocean steam sloamllp steamship
ship llp built of steel in Chlc Chicago go In 1001 and andIs andis
Is oJlod by C Coun Counselmun elmun of Clncln Clnclnl18 Cincinnut
l18 nut U
A TOTAL WRECK WRECKCaptain WBECXCaptain
Captain and Crew of the Drumelzier DrumelzierRescued DrumelzierRescued
Rescued RescuedNew RescuedNew
New Yerke Dee 29Yith her sinals ot otdistress ofdistress
distress and her halfmAsted ensign atm atmfljng stillflying
flying thesteamor Drumelzler was sham abandoned shamdosed
dosed tonight as a total wreck by her hercaptaht hercaptain
captain and a dozen oC the ships crew crewere crewwere
were ere taken off the craft and landed on onOak onOak
Oak Island life saving stations Earl EarlIn Early EarlyIn
In the da day Mghteen men of the crew crewwtre crewwere
were taKen off the stranded steamerb steamerbthe steamer by bythe
the surf boat oC the Sandy Hook station stationwhich I Iwhich
which was towed down to the scene The Themen Themcii
men were 0 brought to this clt city later on a atut atug
tug Captain Nicholson Chlcf Met Engineer Englnterood EngineerWood
Wood ood and a number of officers and crew crewdecided crewdecided
decided to rcm remain < ln on board until officially offlclallnotified officiallynotified
notified that the vessel had been placed in inthe Inthe
the hands of the wrecking company in inorder inorder
order to obvIate any claim for salvage on onthe Onthe
the derelict derelictAt
At 430 Oc1oek In the afternoon the cap captain captam
tain tam decided that It was unwise to re remain remain
main longer on the ship which was being beingterrtbl bein beinterribly
terrtbl terribly bufete buffeted b the heavy sea seas and andasked an anasked
asked lmmedate rescue from rom the crews of ofthe ofthe
the neby nesrby stations tatons who at once re re responded
sponed sponded to his sgnals signals and Jte after a hard hardstrugfle hardstruggle
strugfle struggle the men were tken taken off and andlanded andlanded
landed at Ok Oak Jsand JsandThe island islandThe
The rCD rescue oC the men on the Drumel Drumelzler Drumelzier
zler was as haurdoU hazardous In the extreme and andwas andwas
was atne attended by many thriing thrilling Incld ineidnts ineidntsTh n nTh
Th Drmelzler Drumeizier was as a total loss al although a athough
though i It Is believed part of her cargo cargocn cargocan
cn can be Sve saved If the weatheo weather holds gOOl gOOla good goodas
a as the hun Is flrml firmly imbeded in the snd sndThe sand sandThe
The st stamrs amrs back is broken dlrU directly un under under
der hfr hor hlor hailer room an and this ba has rised risedhr raised raisedher
hr engines about six Ix feet feetTe feetThe
Te The condions conditions tonight were not especial espechllh
h favorable for the stemer steamer as a heav heavale heavy heavygale
gale ale came up son aeon afer after dark an and Con Continued on ontlnue
tlnue tinued to frehon frehonWhen freshen freshenWhen
When 8FkL aked > the cuse cause or the disaster disasterCaptain disasterCaptain
Captain Nicholson said saidAU saidAll
AU I cn can sa say Jg that In a blndlng blndlngsnowatrm blinding blindingsnowstorm
snowatrm snowstorm we got ot Ot ot of or reckoning reckoningand
and t8 the tnt first thing I k knew w we hauled up upon upon
on the bar barwhile hle runing running twelve knots knotsan
an hour hourHe hourHe
He eld said he hedld dld not know wh why teel bi WI WIlets
lets in hi his cargo afected affected his comlles comllesuretts compasses compassesBurnetts
Burnetts uretts Vanila Vanilla Extract Extractjs
js the bt beat The grocers know f it In Insist insist
sist on having Burets Burnetts I It is for your yourfood our ourfod
fod food Pure and whole wholesome wholesomeOHIO me
010 010OHIO
OHIO DEMOCRATS HOLD HOLDA
A MEETING IN SECRET SECRETCoiOmbus SECRETColumbus
CoiOmbus Columbus 0 De 2In 29In refpnse response to a aal aall
al all l IIISUI41 l br Chairan Chairman Mekinney Idinne the themoltH theDmoratie
Dmoratie moltH stat emmitt4 ommltt held K Kcret s seret
cret eret me meeting < Ung her toddY I It was sid sidthat said saidthat
that lhf the rel real purpG purpose or the meting meeting was wasto wasto
to de dese e Iluls 1UUB for Grs4wng securing greler greater unan unanImity unanImity
Imity of IlUon ncioiv n the future I It was 810 810sld aleosaid
sld said that the object or the meetng meeting Wf was wasto
I to heil head off the plan of the Bran mn to toI tosecure
secr secure control ot thf the orgnizAton organization for forn fornext
n next pxt ytr year For the pUrp purpose e or etfectng etfectnga effecting effectinga
I a a thorOUkk thoraugh rerganizton reorganization throughout the theptate thestate
state a cmmitee committec of fourteen was ap appinted appointed
pinted pointed
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WE CAN HAND SOME SOMEHANDSOME SOMEHANDSOME
HANDSOME MUFFLERS MUFFLERSand
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and suspenders to you at at ex exextremely exextremely
extremely fascnating fascinating prices pricestoday pricestoday
today and tomorrow We Wevont Wewont
wont remind you of this thisgaiQ thisagain
again weve weve some e br In ly lyimportant
important afairs affairs to te teI telL ou ouabout u
I about t shortly shortlyRICHAiSON sliortlyR I
R RICHAiSON ICHARDSON ADAMS ADAMSA
A CLOqHES CLOThES SHOP FOR MEN MENccThe IEN IENAf
Af The Signof Sin of the e F Four Four4iis our ourrH1S
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BlOODY BWODYIJME TIME i iS
1 S EXPECTED EXPECTEDGeneral EXPECT O OGeneral
General Electon Election Wil Will Soon Be BeHeld BeHeld
Held in Hungary HungaryPARLIAMENTS
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PARLIAMENTS RLAME HANDS TIE TIEWHOL TiED
WHOL WHOLE QUESTION AT ISSUE IS ISOBSTRUCTION ISOBSTRUCTION
OBSTRUCTION OBSTRUCTIONYlenna
4 4Vienna
Vienna Dec 2Count 29Count Tisz rsza te the Hun Hungarian Bungarlan
garian premier arrived rhed In Vien Vienna today todayand todayand
and wi will be received In special audlf audience audienceby
by the mperorh1ng I It i Is beleve believed that thatthe thatthe
the objet object ot Count TIs7s Tissas visit isIt is to at Sc Scquaint
Quaint his majesty with toe steps big bigtak beUIg beUIgtaken
tak taken n In view of the Impending dlssoU dlssoUUon dissolh dissolhiOn
iOn of th3 Hungarin parUnmenL B Btoro Be Before
toro returning to Budap Budupeut t tonight tonightCount tonightCount
Count Tlszn Tisza gave the Associate AsoeIated Press Pressthe
the fJowlng following sUtment statement rrdlng regardtng the thepresent
present poltc politics criIcl critical siuaton situation in Huntrlan Huntrlanpoltc ixungarian ixungarianpolitics
Passing Through Crsis CrsisThe Crisis CrisisThe
The Hungrian Hungarian parlument parllitment Is now nowpsing nowpassing
psing passing through a crisis such as every everypRrJamon everyparliament
pRrJamon parliament In the world has had to o ox oxperlenCe
perlen perlenCe c Probbly Probably the legislaturs legislatures of ofHungary ofHungary
Hungary and Austria ate the Inst t to en engago engage
gage in such a struggle The wholo qU qUdon quas quastion
don at l8ue issue Is obtructon obstruction For YearS YearSpast
past the working of the Hungarlan Hungarinn par parUament parIiament
Uament ha has been paraJyze parai3zed by the tac tactcs tactics
tcs tics of the mlnori minority From October 10 iDOt iDOtto
to May Iay 19 1904 the parliament Rrlam n at Budapest Budapestdid t tdid
did absolutely nothing This obslructon obslructonwus obstructioa obstructioawas
was onl only rendered possible through the thestaniling thestanding
standing or orders ers of the house which were weremade weremade
made at a tme time when I it was Imposible Imposibleto impossible impossibleto
to foroe foresee the developments of modern modernparlamentry modernParliamentary
parlamentry Parliamentary confcts conflicts 1Ialters Matters fnalY fnalYreched finally finallyreached
reched reached J a pint point where where some radical re reform reform
form WiS was rendere rendered absolutely nece neceary necearyif ry ryif
if prlRmpntary parliamentary government was t to cn cntnue con continue
tnue tinue Htnce iIence the introduction or the so socalled 0 0caled
caled called lex daniel which was a a prof prof810nl1 proviatonal
810nl1 atonal modifcton modification of tie the standing or orders orders
ders under which obstructon obstruction was easiy easiyposble easily easilypossible
posble possible The lex dlniel daniel amHed applied onl onlto only onlyto
to certin certain urent urgent measure measures before the theparliment theparliament
parliment parliament and was Intended only to toprecee toprecede
precee precede the Introuton introduction Jite later In thl the s ass asssiGn
siGn oC the new d definitive inlUvoslandlu standing or ordbrs ordirs
dbrs
Proceeding Was Irregular IrregularThe
Irregar IrregarThe
The premier frankly admited admitted that the thelex thehex
hex daniel was forctd forced through the house housein
In an Irregular manner but he contended contendedthat contendedthat
that such i a coure course ws was absolut1ly aboiutiy no0 necos necossary
tarr sary
tarrhe The he gret great queton question at the Ireent present 00 00mot mo momeat
mot meat he contnu continued d Is to enforce the thowi thewill
wi will oC the majrlt majority and to end an into intolerble intoerable
erble erable state of affalr affairs under al all circum circumstance circumstances
stance stances The only alternatve alternative left ef lo lothe tothe
the governm government nt Is to appel appeal to the na naton mation
ton tion We e feel confdent confident of obtaining a afavorable
favorable verdict verdictMeanwhiie Irdit IrditMeanwhie
Meanwhie Meanwhiie the oPP opposition iton is preparng preparnga preparing preparinga
a a vigorous eleton election cmpaign campaign qne o otheir of oftheir
their chief contenUol contentions 15 tha that the go gornmnt gov government
rnmnt Is actng acting legnly illegally In dissolving dissoivlngthe dissolvingthe
the prlament parliament when the next budget budgetannot budgetcannot
cannot b be voted as the law rNIllrs rcqiires They TheyIcuse Theyaccuse
Icuse accuse Count Tiara fsz or forcug forcing the mon monarch monarch
arch to break his consttutonll constitutional oath in inconsontng inconsenting
consontng consenting to disoluton dissolution under such cir clrcumlnces circumetances
cumlnces cumetances Henc Hence i It Is feared that thatthtre thatthere
there ma may be some unseemly Incdents Incdentswhen Incidents Incidentswhen
when his mljet majesty reds reads his speech from fromthe fronithe
the throne Wednesday Venoa The eleeUon e1ecttonwill
will 1 be held at the end 0 ot 1anuar3 January Vie Violent Vielent
lent scene scenes mar be anlclpaaed anticipaled during the thep1ng thepolling
p1ng polling No seret secret balot ballot system exists existsin
in Hungr Hungary the voters announcing their theircholc6 theirchoice
choice opnly openly and publcly publclyAndrssys publicly publiclyAndrassys
Andrssys Attiude AttiudeThe Attitude AttitudeThe
The electoralsituatlon > lectorJsituaton Is rendered more moreacute moreacute
acute b by the fact that a a number of In Infuental influential
fuental fluential members of the Librl Liberal part parthede partyheaded
hede headed by former Prmier Premier Andrny Andrassy have ha6lef haveleft
lef left the government not because the they ap approve approve
prove oC obstruction but as a pro protest protestagainst lest lestagalnst
agalnst against Count Tlgzs Tlszas method In forcIng forcIngthe forcingthe
the passge passage of th lea daniel and his hisacton hisaction
acton action In bringng bringing about dissolution ot otthe ofthe
the parlament parhlament parhlamentThe
The present parlamentary parliamentary complications complicationsIn
In Hungary ceupled wih with the ministerIal ministerIalcrisis ministerialcrisis
crisis in Austria finds conditons conditions peon pecularly peonliarly
larly liarly unfortunate at this juncture when whenthe whenthe
the dual mOi1archy is engaged 1n the nd ndgotlaton adgotlatlon
gotlaton gotlatlon ot new cmmercIal commercial treate treaties r rQulrng re requiring
Qulrng quiring the closet closest ateUon attention of both the theAu theAustrian
Au Austrian trlan and Hungian Hungarian ministers ministers1he ministersThe
The lat last sitng sitting of the present l Hun Hungarlan n ngarlan
garlan parJament parliament wH will be hed held on Tugs Tugsday ues uesday
day but it wH will b be of a purely formal formulcharacter formalcharacter
character for the purps purpose of being 18 18formed informed
formed of the hour whtn when the king wi will cc cclivor e elvo
lvo livor his speech from the throne at the theHofburg theHofburg
Hofburg the next da day dayDEFENSE
dac
c a aDEFENSE
DEFENSE IS INSANITY INSANITYI
I Noted Alenist Alienist Visis Visits Mrs Cas Cassie Cassie
sie Chadwick in the theCleveland theCleveland
Cleveland Jai JaiCleveland Jaib JaibCleveland
Cleveland 0 De Dee 2Dr 29Dr C J Aldrich Aldrichan
an alenist alienist cale called un Mrs Irs Cadwick Cadwickat Chadwick
t at the county jkl jail toJa tojay and had a con conference conference
ference wih with her herDr herDr
Dr Aldrich has been caled called 4S an ex expert cxpert
pert In a number nJ criminal CpJ cases here heretofore heretofore
tofore where the diene defense Q claimed msJI insanity insanityThe
I The visit of Dr Aldrich toay toda ia taken takento
to Indlete Indicate the lne line of defense that will willbe m mbe
be set up in Mr Mrs Chadwlcks cse cseDr case caseDr
Dr Aldrich when ge aeOn n shortly afer aferhis after afterhis
his cl call u urion n Mrs 1n Chadwlok Chadwiek declned declnedto declined declinedto
to stte state whether or not he had visited visitedupon
upon the reluet request of her counsel counselI
upn 1 talke talked vith lh Mrs rs Chadwltk and amImade andmade
made a a thorough study of hH mental mpntalchar8ttrgUc mentalcharsettrlsties
char8ttrgUc charsettrlsties sad said the doctor 1 am amnot nrahot
not reared at this tme time to make un unstlement any anystntemeflt
stlement 8S to B my conauslon In her herMS herease
MS ease Later however 1 ml may cdde to totalk totalk
talk on the subject subjectCounsel
Coulf1 Counsel for subJt subJtCoulf1 Mr Mrs Chadwick said aid to today todaythat < ay aythat
that nothing would be done one In rtgrd regard to tosecuring
securing ecurlnl bl bail for Mrs Irs < Chadwick before beforen beforenext
n next xt Tupsa Tuesday If then thenIrs thenMrs
Mrs Irs Chadwick bas 3ent ent the ihe following olowIng
telegram to her husbnd husband Dr Leroy S SI SChadwick
trlegm Chad1ck Chadwick In care of Sheri Sheriff Barry In InNew inI
I I New York to be delivered Uvore immeI8tel immeI8telupon immediately immediatelyupon
upon the dotors doctors arrival from Jurop turope turopeCome
Comf Come to Clrveland Cleveland wih with Sherlf Sherift Barry BarryImmeIatb Barrylmmediaioly
ImmeIatb lmmediaioly Do not fght fight extrditon extrditonand extditiofl extditiofland
and avoid os or tme time ao anti money moneyCASSIE moneyCASSIE
CASSIE L CHADWICK CHADWICKSUMMONED CHADWICKSUMMONED
SUMMONED TO O WASHIN WASHINGTON WASHINGTONWestern TON TONWester
Wester Western Forestr Forestry O Officials cials Wil Will Fr Frnish Fur Furnish
nish Inforaton InforatonSpeial Information InformationSpecial
Speial Special to The Herald HeraldWahlnon HeraldVsah1nton
Wahlnon Vsah1nton Dec 2gFourteen Fourteen foestry foestryofficals forestry forestryofficials
officals officials sttoned stationed at variouS forest re reservos
servo servos In the west have been dlrectt dlrecttd by bythe bythe
the forttr forestry bunau bureau to come to Washing Washington slhing
ton to attend the sessions Ions o of lhl th merl American merlcan
can Forest cnre congress to De held here herenext
next wek week Among thO those summoned are areSuprI areSupervisors
SuprI Supervisors rs L G Davil DavIs Wyonung Vonun A AW
W JeJHn Jensen nab A R R Crig Craig Colo Coloreo Coiorado
reo F S Bre Broen n Arizona rIZO1 R it C 11c Mc McClure
Cluru Clure New Mexico F A Fenn Idaho Idanoand Idahoand
and Suprntenent Superintendent A A Anderson AndersonWyoming
Wyomlnt Wyoming Te The OtC otficers > T wi will be called calledupon
upon durng during the Islons sessions of the COnCS COnCSto congress congressto
to CurJ furnish h Informaton information cncernlns concerning the theactual theactual
actual conditins conditions UllU upon tore8t rCerfS reserves and andto andto
to srget suggest plans and methods for Jmpro JmproIng improvtug
tug foretry forestry administton administration an and cvntrol cvntrolReresentatlv trol trolRer
Rer Reresentatlv ntth MondeloC Mondell of Wyoming Wyomingwho Vyomlngwho
who hAi line bu J5fl riou riously lym Ill with pleurisy pleurisywas lcuriy
was tiought thought convalescent Tuesd Tuesday but butlater butlater
later suffered a relapse and Is again con confined confined
fined to 1Is his Id bed I It Is fEro feared by his ply 11W 11Wsicians
sicians lcans that he wi will not be able to resumehis resume resumehi
hi his duties for several weekS weekSFRANCE weeks weeksFRANCE
FRANCE MEANS MEANSBUSINESS MEANSBUSINESSSultan BUSINESS BUSINESSSultan
Sultan of Morocc orocea Must Reverse His HisAttitude
Atitde AtitdeParis Attitude AttitudeParis
Paris Dcl Dee 29Anibassador mbussdlr Porter Portercalle Portercalled
calle called on Foreign Minietor Unlftor Deles5 Deleassv < today lodayand todayand
and dlultd discussed the situaton sltuatio In Morocco Moroccowhich oroco orocowhich
which Is seriously iedupylng ceUltylng the min minIster mm mmlater
later No defnie definite naval or mttar mttarstQPS military militarystopS
stopS Jutc have Jet been decide decided upon ut Jt JtIs Itis
Is evident 1dent that France Is 1 determine determined to toact toact
act decisively unJes unless tne sulan sultan r reverses reverseshis
his offensive attitude toward Prance PranceToulon FranceToul
Toulon Toul u Franct France D Dec c hOwIng OwJng to the thecrisis thecrisis
crisis In Iorocco the nR navy her hero shows showsthe howsthe
the greatest actvity activity Prepartons Preparations arc arcgoing aregoing
going geatest on to hltc have a naval dlvleon division consist consistlug < n tst tstIng
lug ot the batteships battleships CharIemkSle Charlemagne and andLena andLena
Lena ad and two crulsfrs cruiserS inadinesto 1nreadlneaa to pro proceed proceed
ceed to Morocco f if the crsls crisis 8contunto accentuates accentuateso accentuatesAbsent
o o
t
Absent Trentent TrententChicago Treati ent entChicago
Chicago Tribune TribuneOld TribuneOld
Old Bunk flunks Is one of thq crankIest nklet Wd Wdmo awimost
mo most st disagreeable Isngroole m men en thq vtmb r4g mbt hilt botth hilttlitZ
th tlitZ Ba t hB ha has a deU deuhtLui nt llomc llomcPI home homeVelI
VelI PI HB true fl spends three
I fouiths of Jr hi his lhnl time away r frQin Q it itt itt
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BINGER HERr HRMANNBEFOIE ANN BEFORE THE THEGRAND THEGRAND
GRAND J JURY RV r PORTL PORTLAND NU OR ORE
Portand Portland Or Ore De Dec 29Congressman 29CongressmanBInger 29CongressmanBinger
BInger Berm3Rn Hermian fnl finished hed his work be before
fore the fc federal e gJnd grdnd jUI jury today and andthis andthis
this ateroon afternoon Unit UnittlI States lIarhal lIarhalW Marshal Marshalw
W F 1ath I
rathe Stt Stitt Senator George
C Bruel BiowneJ f Oregon Ciy City and for former former
I mer Surefor Surveor General Henr Henry leldrum Meldrum Meldrumnow
now Wder inder conviction onv Cton on charges o of
t forger forgery went uefore the jUI jury as wit witI
I neSSe I was expected that V F FI
I Valk ho has bten been In Porlad Portland for torsme forsome
I sme some tme time W wiiting litng to go before the thegnd
gnd grand j jtry ry would ould be caled called toda today but butI buthe
he wa was not am anng ng the number who en entcre entered
I tcre tered the jury room He numer was chief of ofthe ofthe
the speial special 3Mice eP7iee division of the gen gent genera
t erAI era land fce ffiCe under Congressman
Berm n t i at t the preent les nt timeh time bld bldthe ds dsce
the ofee ce of prIcIpal plincipai e exuminer mlner in the theland theland
land 411jce 411jceThejpresent cc ccThe
The Thejpresent present ession sion of the grand jury jurywi jurywill
wi will it t prQlably prelb1y about three weeks weeks1ong
long D Deity Y District Atrney rne F FHen J JHen
Hen has Jetaed hIs departure fr frWa fur furWaington
Wa Waington in on or ot another mnth month and andwi andwill
wi will ot leave here untl until some tme time In InFcb InFebiary
Fcb Febiary Febiarya aI
G rge Sor Sormson nson one of thoe those in indict indiet
diet d Tuesday retured returned to Portnd Portndtod Portland Portlandtodi
tod and was given givenuntil i unti tomorow tomorrow to tofu tofun
fu fun sh bon bonIt bonls bonlsIt
It 9 un undertod < eNt d tat that S B Onsb Ormsby of ofSal ofSab
Sal and Dr W H Davis mayor of ofAlb ofAib
Alb n ny have obtined obtained suretes sureties and andwill
will lie heir oends tomorrow
MEN WitH GRiPS MAKE MRRY MRRYI
I AT THJEIR FOURTH ANNUAL BALL
l
Th The fourth ot rth annual ban of of the he vnie United
Commerial Commercial Trvelors Travelers Counci Council No 1 was
hel held at Chrlstenseps hal hali 10at last evening
Oc Over 2 20 couDle coules wore Oe in attendnce attendance and andup andup
up until an erl earl h hour ur this morning te temen the themen
men ot te the gIp grip showe showed ther their guests that thatthey thatthey
they were as much at home on the waxed
for of floor thelrdouse thelrbouses thelrbousesThe us the they arc at tlking talking up te the wares waresof ae
The hall wa was deorate decorated In the orders orderscolors orderscolors
colors ellow whie white and blue and then thena thenas
a as a sort ot a novely novelty the grIps ad adj and andsample
sample 1Ises cases of the m members bers present were wereIJlaced werePlaced
j smpe Placed abut about the room each with wih the thoname thename
name of the owner the name of the house
he represented and the class of goods sold soldwas
was placrded piacarded thereon thereonAs
I As the grand march started lcdby led by
James B Lewis and wife each member
1 1Robb
uRobb Qr The Kind Hearted Pick Pickpokt Pickpoekt
pokt poekt 8 a cmedy comedy in one act was pla played playedbefore e
boforea before a sim slim house In the North Star Starlon Starsaloon
saloon lon on Est East First South street last lastnight last lastnight
night at midnght midnight The clma climax of the thepiee thepiece
piee piece cme came when the Farmer with the
Douh Dough together wih with the aleged alleged vBaln vBalnwre villain villainwere
were both lodged In he city jai jail jailThe
The autor author of thlslUo this little Dloe Dioce Is Ned NedPalmtr NodPalmer
f Palmtr Palmer a polceman policeman who ho takes the part partof partof
of the hero and who was as coUa coUaI collahorator
brator horator In his productQn production Sergeant Rob Roberts Roberts
erts erts The stor story runs thus 1L J IL Forbel Forbelh Forbelhwho
I who Is supposed to be a farmer from fromBountful fromBountiful
Bountful Bountiful comes to the cty city early in the theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon and as he ha has a good ood amount amountof
of money upon him which evidently get gets getsheavy
heavy in inhis his pocket he Immedately immediately goes goesto oc
to the North Star saloon and begins to tounburden tounburden
unburden hllsel himself as fast as ho can wih with withthe
the assitance assistance of the usual hangerson hangersonwh hangersonwho I
wh who are ocr re redy dy toJmblbe
He progees progresses wonderfuly wonderfully woHin well In his hisnoble hisnoble I
noble work unU until nl8ht night overtakes him himII himstill I
sti still intent upon his mission Keeping the theSlar theStar
Star ove ever In mind he does not quit quitbut but con continues
II tnnes tinues unt until midnight At this uolnt point In the thegame thegame
game some one steals l his s watch A man mannamed j jnamed
named John Summers who claims to be bea J JI
a cher chemistpossibly istpossibly oI orinccount account of a a legend legen11about legendabout
about achem alchemy bae based on the ablt ability to get getgold getgold
I gold from foreign substances has been beendrInking beendrinking
drInking wih with him Te The old man rise raises a acr acry
cr cry about his watch Summers tels tells him himto himto
to forget his trouble and come have a adrink
drink wlh with him whIch the old man doe does doesTheythen 01 I
They Theythen then lele leave the saloon 3100n together Out OutCASSIE OutCASSIE
CASSIE CAN CANGIVE GIVE BAIL BAILMrs BAILMrs
Mrs Chadwick Wil Will Probably ProbablyBe
Be Released Within a aFew aFew
Few Days DaysCleveland DaysCleveland
Cleveland 0 Dec 29The ThQ Plain PlainDier r
DEler i Dier tomorrow wi wilt print the fofqw fofqwi fofqwI foliqw foliqwTt
Tt was was reliably stateIasL night tht thtr thtMrs
sae1ast
Mrs I r Cale Cassie relabb L Cbdw Cbadwlek k wU will b be rereu rereuon releaseI releaseIon I
on bU beth wthin within a fw few days At Ifast least 1m 1meort aneffort
effort will be made in that dlretpn dlretpn1r direction directionMrs
Mrs Chadwick wi b hersel herself has exprecd expressed her herdeire herd5stre I
1r d5stre to terminate her reidence residence Inthe Inthecuntys I Icountys
deire cuntys countys bastile and accor according ing to her beratorney herattorney
atorney attorney baste Jat Ja P Dawle Dawley she alone has hasthe hasthe
the decidlnt deciding balot ballot on te the queston question questionl3aIl 1
Bai l3aIl can b be given I In ample Quantty Quanttydellre quantity quantitydeclared
declared Dawley The minute she he wants wantsto
dellre Dwle
to she will be relesd released on hail bmllIrs hailMrs
lIrs Mrs wi Chadwick h id rporte reported to have sk said saidlast
last night her orlgilal original r reasons lsns for re refu refuing
fu fuing In bl bail no lon lon1r cxlst exist anti she Is Isnow isnow
now redy realy to avai avail hersel herself of the proC proCfere protfered
fere fered aid I t tMrs IMrs
Mrs Cha Chadwick < lwick when she Vas 88 arrested arrestedin
in New York was quoted a expresinJ expressing expressinga l
ecluson to tosy tosay I
a preference for the quiet gecUslon
a from Intru Intrusion intrusion
say othiIng to the surly security
sy sion aforded afforded otang by the Jail jail She h is rePQrte reported reportedto i
to hat have sid 5511 in thls this connection that she showanted shewanteti
wanted 10 complete something u1on UlOfl whl wbishe n nsh8
she wS enggtd eflgagCl when arested arrested and that thatthis thatthis
this was finished lart a t week week weekMrs
Mrs I Chadwick ycterday yesterday told an ac acqualntDce acquainfance
quainfance at the jai jail that the day she sheI shewas
was qualntDce arreted arrested or shorty shortly thereafter she shewu sItewas
I wu wa given assur5nce 88unnce that bl hail would ould be beforthcoming beforthcoming
forthcoming as soon as she wante wanted f it itShe
iShe She als also sid said according to this p person personi rson rsonII
i that when en the bond was signe signed I it would wouJdb wouldbe
II be by four of the bigget biggest men of Cleve CleveI Cieveland
land b Mrs Irs hadwlck woud not tel tell tellwho I Iwho I
who these were She h said that It miht mihtbe
sid
I be a week thco beforn Wfe sh she Wut weiit out on bal bali baliJAPANESEPRISONERS miqht miqhtbe I II I
I JAPANESE JAPANESEPRISONERS JAPANESEPRISONERSWANT PRISONERS
I WANT TO EESOMEB0EY EESOMEB0EYSt j
SL f femb eterhurg Dec 29The = American AmericanembassIr
embassIr heI here at t the rcuesr request of te teJaPnee the theJapanese
Japanese emb mlnilter mInister Inerhn in terlin has hasmade 1 1made
JaPnee made urgent rot rprcsentatons representaUons to bQ b balioweds 1 1I
AlowOh alioweds to send nd a reDreentUe reDreSentflUve o ot otI I Ith
I I th the emb embnnes ° to visit visit lheapaneoofcas theJapanese offlces offlceswho 1 1I
who arcprisonorsatMedvidWViflCa o oNov of
plisonortMedidQwvinc
I Nov Novgorod ul orod pointng pointing out In bena1 behalf Qf te teJapnee the theJapanese
Japanese govrnienr government that the later iatter has hasallowed
Japnee allowed 1 a simiar similar courlO courtesy on several oc occasioJI oceasloJt
alo casioJI easloJt i in t tlic case of RU Russian S Ian Pr lirisonors lirisonorsin on
In Jpan
The Japn JapnThe AmetIcncmbF American embassy at St P Petesi Petesibqrg
b bqrg rIelYM received a leter letter eary early In December 6 mter mterige ter
sigiied by stelghtoflcers sixtyeight officers who d zfre zfrepdsoners
psoners ige at lledYI Medvkl asking thatlhe em embasy etahassy
basy hassy send a reprcsentthe representative there No NorO8n Noreason
rO8n reason was glen given for te the re reqUes reqUesI < ue ueI
EXSENATOR DAVIS DAVISWiLLREPRESENr DAVISWILL
I WiLLREPRESENr WILL REPRESENT PERU PERUi PERUWashlngt PERU PERUWashiflgt
i
Washlngt n Do De 2Thc 2lThe Perlvnn Perlvnngov Peruvflin
Davis Davisof s 4 4or
gov rnment has r requestedHenry uet Henry G Day
or West V Virginia to r present It in tne the theIiiternatlonflt
Iiiternatlonflt railway congress whi which h con convelt conenes
interut0nl rlh
enes iJ ifl Wa VashiigtOn hhgton cOnres In May Mr Da Dayis Dayishas I Ihas I
velt
has a acceded eed to th the request undo wi will J ap appear
pear in thl he congress ngress a as the representtve representative representativeof 1 1of
par of Peru l For or many ytar years he has hen pn paactive i iactlv
active advocate of the project of eOnS eOnSnecting n I Int
nt necting > tng l lI thecountrle the countries on the Aerican Aericancontnent American Americancontinent
continent by means of oftin nn intercontinent
contnent al railway He wa a member of ofthe lle frst frstPanAmericAn fl st stPanAmerlc5n
PanAmericAn eanfernee ner nce held tn Va Va4h Va4hington h hIngton
Ington which endorsed endorsedtlm tho plan ana also nlsoof alsoof
of the which second coqgress held In MexIco AlexcoI MexIcowhen
I when melnrcwre ineftsurea wore taken to seure secure bo bocooprton bhc bhccoopertttioa
coopertttioa or the various govement governmentS governmentSMr
cooprton Mr Davis Is the c cu rman of the norma normannt
Jwma Jwmannt
nnt DIv PaAetlcn PanAnteficalt te aman raiway railway emmlttec emmltteccrete committee committeecreated
crete created by the he Mexican cxlcan conference conterncDORMITORY conferenceDORMITORY
DORMITORY BURNED BURNEDCambridge URND URNDCambrge
Cambrge Cambridge Ma Mass Dec 2HoUs 29HoIlis hal hail hailthe
the httori historlo rortr IormitDry on the old cmpus cmpusal campus campusat
al Hrvad Harvard university was damaged damagedtre hy hyfire
tre fire tod y am stat the u uIIding t tdlng was br barly barlysaved Jy Jysaved
saved to from dctnlton destruction I Ii Is eUmfte eUmftethat estimated estimatedthat
that the datuge drnage t to thebuing the building may may b booo
ooo afljuh onaecountof account or the MgC 0 0th f
the th 0 stueurc strutUte alhulh I lon ny niftY be consl cOnsideredbeyond cOnsideredbeyondrepair ere beyond beyondrph
repair rite hell was built 140yelr IlOyeiLrs ugo ugoun ngoand
un and rph 1the is the o odeat degt 6ormlory dormitor3 now In ust 115th 115thEmertien
Em Emertien n ECreU iitvtrett and 1lorbau li1orb au w werir weriramong re
amo among th those s who ho roomed there In their theircoJ theircollege
coJ college da days
Supposed It O Hd Setted f I
Qhicao qhhm o NC NCWe New NewWe
We t ththk hi1kC write rie the the n slitnutactuyorSjo slitnutactuyorSjoprinting mutactfer f
printing 1lntn m mgchinery chlner that that It IgiU is tbtizt tbtizttime l lumt
time you were pa paying ln something m ml tu tupr the thepresS
pr presS you bught bought of us I It Is now ai aimlLI UimoaLityeer
mlLI moaLityeer yeQr sm since you ou got it It Iti
1 waSnt t aware that lowed I owed you al aity aitything
thig thing anwered answered the eior editor oC tht the Tul Tall Tallgrass
gr grass Dazoo by return mal mail You told toldme toldme
me whe when I ord ordered ed the pres press at It would wouldpgfof wouldpsyrarhtsa1f
pgfof psyrarhtsa1f Ii ii six months monthsa monthsComforng monthsy o a
y Comforng ComforngJtonkcr Comforting Comfortingf
f Jtonkcr 4onkers Sttoman Sttomanrb Statesman StatesmanchpdJthJJI
chpdJthJJI rb hail to walk the floor al alD all alln1gedthtno
D n1gedthtno JthO blbY aby Qan an you Outhlnk think ut utaiIlipjg f fa
a aiIlipjg wGrse tlmt Iliad t t1itt r rt Pe P1t
t YbQuumlg l le e
nut 1t in Greenland where the nlgfg nIghts mT rare atuIlntb
1 Ilntb m1tbti JUUg W
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of ofte tie order gabb grabbed hIs ErP rip and joined joinedthe
the rOCOSiOII C6 iOl and for a im tt seond seconds tho thoge thtoguets
ge guets thought the entre entire boy body had hadscired
scood a posible possible customer and seerl seerlmer several severalmerihants
mer merihants hant presnt present were seen to start for forthe forthe
the poor oor It prove proved however that It was wasaU wasall
aU part of tle the progrmme programme and ever everbo every everybodj
bo bodj bret breathed ed easier A person however howevercou howevercoup
cou coup I have bough bought anyting anything from a cke ckeof cake cakeof
of leap p to a thrashing machine and it itWO itWOl
WO d hao have been te the bet best In the mar market market
ket at rock botom bottom prl priqes f fom from the lines linesrep
rep sented In that march marchD
D rin ring the cvening evening punch was sene served servedEig
Eig teen danc dances were on the programme programmeTI
TI C e commitee committee In charge ot the afair afairwa affair affairwat
wa D W McAlster McAllister chairman J B BLeis BLeis
Leis F G Brook C P Caste Castie and andGtgo
Gtgo Goddard g
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FARMER PICKPOCKET AND AN POLICE POLICEOFFICER I IOFFICER
OFFICER PLAyllN ONE ONEACT ACT COr COMEDY EDV
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side they meet Palmer Te The farmer stops stopstheoffcer stopstheofficer
theoffcer theofficer and tels tells him that he has ben benrobbe been beenrobed
robbe robed in the sloon saloon and that he thinks thinkstho thinksthat
tho that the man who ho took i it Is the friend friendwh friendwho
wh who los has him by the arm and sems seems to be beso beso
so hear and dear to him Palm Palmer r takes takesthe
the two over to the staton station and serches serchesSummers searches searchesSudimers
Summers but rais fails to fnd find the watch and andIs andIs
Is t4bout bout to turn him loose when hen a young
fOUpw Parley Fish who lves lives at 8 8 M Mstr Mstrdet
str strdet < t happens Into the staton station and tels telsthe tells tellsthe
the offcr officers that he saw Summers take takethe takethe
the the wtch watch frm from the old man and turn turnarolnd turnaround
arolnd around and sel sell I It to t the e bartender for
6 50 onts nts with wih which he bought drinks for forhImself forhimself
hImself and the Innocnt Innocent man from the thefelds thefields
felds fields Fish says that he did not want to to8aJ tosay
say anything anything In the saloon as he thought thoughtthat thoughtthat
that maybe he would set his head punchd punchdIf punched punchedit
If lie Q did didnt1eln didBelieving
nt1eln Believing the boys story the polce polceloclcd police policelocled
loclcd locled Summer Summers up on the charge or rob robbert robherr
bert and the old man upon the charge of ofdrunkenness
drunkenness and then return to the saloon saloonto
to see Ir they can get the watch from fromtho fromthe
the bartender or to se see If he knows any anyting anytiling
ting tiling about the affair They fnd fInd the thewalch thewath
walch as Fish said the they would and the thebarender thebartender
barender bartender explaIn explains by sayIng that he heb01ght hebought
b01ght bought I it from Summer Summers for 6 60 cn1 cents and andthat andthat
that he dl did not know that It was stolen stolenTit stolenThe
Tit The polee police appropriate the watch and take takeIt
It back to the staton station for evidence In the thecas thecase
cas case The curtain fals falls with the oficers oficerscorgtulatng officers officerscongratulating
corgtulatng congratulating themselves the farmer farmerSleipUlg farmersleeping
SleipUlg sleeping peaceful peacefully and the aleged alleged pick pickpoeked
potked wonderIng how it happened and andkicklng andkicking
kicklng kicking hlmsel for bu buyingthe ing the drln drlnTHEIR drink drinkTHEIR
THEIR NECKS BROK BROKEN BROKENTwo N NTwo
Two Young Women Murdered Mnrderedin Murderedin
in in New York Have Been BeenIdentfied Beenidentified
I Identfied IdentfiedI identified identifiedNew
New York D Dec ZITwo 29Two young women womenIO womenwho
who IO met tngi tragic deaths In thh this cf city in a anner amanner
manner nner strikingly trklnglY simiar similar were Ident Identi Identifled
lied Wday The girl frl who wa was found un unns Uncontdu
contdu U8 in Rivedde Riveride dr drive Yc and nd ded dedwlUfut died diedwitft
wlUfut witft ns ut rt regaining ainlng conscl consciousness ess was re recognized
canlztd cognized tonight by John F 11an 2llangan an as ashl ashis
hl his s sister te Mary Mangan lnlan who hud been beenemployed
emplo employed o as a a dometc domestic Sh She lef left home homefhrstmf5 homeChristmas
fhrstmf5 Christmas morning to atltnd attend church and andher andher
her famiy family was unable to trace hr wh where whereabouts l
about abouts unt until the brother Identfed Identified the theby thebody
by body in te the mOue morgue as < S that of his uister uisterThe
The oth othr r woman who was dlsovered dlsoveredded discovered discovereddead
ded dead In a D Delancey ancey stret street basement was wasreosnlZe wasrecognized
reosnlZe recognized a as Mrs Ceela Cecehia Buter Butler the thewidow thewidow
widow or a r rtilroad iroa < employs w wio d d1d d1dtwo d dtwo
two weeks ks ago The Identfcton identification does doesnot doesnot
not however clear up the mysteries at attending attending
tending the deths deaths of the women both bothei
ei whom died as the resul result ot broken brokennecks
nk necks Tht The theor thery o of murder Jf in beln belnJnvotgatd being beingJiivestigated
Jnvotgatd Jiivestigated by t tte e pole police policeAMERICAN >
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DRUNK AND RIOTOUS RIOTOUSValparaiso RIOTOUSValparalso
Valparaiso Chile hle De Dec Some Amen American Amencan
can blu bluejipkets f et who came shore here heretoda heretoday
toda today beoo beouae Intoxicate intOxicated and cicated a adisturbance adisturbance
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disturbance disturbance The trouble was as 1ot riot se sen1ou
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The AmerIcn American charge dataire daffaires here herehind
had a conference today wih with the govern govcrnment governmeat
meat at which I it was agreed that Amen Amencan
cn can saiors sailors shal shall not be granted urthor furthorshore urthorshore
shore leave so as to prevent t the e recur recurrPlCe recurrence
rPlCe rence of disorders The Imparclal cans cansupon callsupon
upon the overnment to deal with gult gultporona guilty guiltypersonii
porona personii according to the Chlan Chilian Jaws JawsThe lawsThe
The crulser cruisers New York Chicgo Chicago and andMarblehod andMarblehead
Marblehod Marblehead and the gunboat lunbOt Bhnnington Bhnningtonc
ot c th the tl Lnftd Sttes States PacfIcsuadron PacfIcsuadronIcr Pacific squadron squadronRear
Icr Rear Admlra Admiral Goodrich commanding are arenow arenow
now at Yal9r Valnarkiso iso Tht The commanlns United States Statsitranaport
tranlport Nero ahe arrived in that port ort on onDec onDec
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BESCU RESCDED D I IN MOCAI NIDOCEAIT NIDOCEAITHavre
Havre Havre D Dec 2T1C 29The arltsl ritislt stea steame
AngloehHeRn from PeJsacbtt Peflsaebta via New Nowport
p port rtNews News whih which arrived here YEsterda YEsterdawtl yesterday yesterdaytcttlI
tcttlI captain Nelsoh his wlt
wtl Isn lf and ohe fivc fivcmembers
members of of the the crew < rv of the Amerian American Americans
s oono hsoner v V RC it Cjiester eter on bord board re repdrts re reports
ports having recue rescued tlem them In midtutean midtuteanwhen
rldoean rldoeanwhen
when te the Ch Chetter ter was as sinking afer aitez haVe
lag ecuntefed esountefe a four da1S days storm
Cantaln Nelson set fire to the schooner
before abanqonlng her The American Americanconsul
conul consul here wi will s send nd the rescue rescued per persns perSons
sns Sons home homeNO homeNO
NO MORE BRUTAIT BRUTALITY BRUTALITYBriln
1 B Briln rH J D Dec c 29npcrowllhiath Emp ror Wn am Is issui issuia ued
a decre i afew few days ago ord Ordering the theadoptin theadoption
adoptin adoption of Strict rlct mesur metsur s r fOr r rng toe pre preention
venton ention of malreatment maltreatment of soldiers 11
diret directs that specIal C cayc be leh taketi In ad advaneipg l
vantg vaneipg prlvate privates to ta the rank or 10n 10ncommlslone iion iioncommissioned
commlslone commissioned oUher officers and forbids the th thadvancement
advaement advancement of thos those who have shown showni
an inclnaton inclination to brutal behavior and also alsthos alsothose
those whose ner near relatives in noncom noncommisstoJed nonco noncomissioned
misstoJed missioned positions have proved them themselves
StIV selves KuI guilty of r mtt maltreatment Ulm < nt
RIHW RIHLUNG G fR FORT FORTI l
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Defenderof Defendersof Rihug ForNubeed ForNubeedAbout FortNumbered FortNumberedS
S About 500 500Tokio t tokfo
Tokio okfo DQQ Due 3 30 103 1030 a rThe mThe hed hedquarters head headquarters
quarters or the he army beieging besieging 1ort Lort Ar Arthur Arthur
thur telegraphe telegraphed tht that on the night of ofDe ofDee
De Dee 2 25 after the CptOR ceupvtIon of RJnJung RJnJungfort Rinlungfort
fort u smal small body QfJ Qr2VPSs1Un u sti still otfere otferei otfereiresistance
lolstance resistance In the 1 nt ljtsge 5ge between the thesiege i
siege gun line And anditho lbo gorge gorge gorgeAt
At t 3 oclok oclock In we morning te they were weredislodged weredislodged
dislodged cnueJy entirely Id and the oce occvpation pation or orthe Ofthe
the fort became seure secure secureAccording
According Accorin to the stateent statement of thre three threePrisoners
Prisoners the detenda defenders oC FOrt lUhlung lUhlungnumbered itihiungnumbered
numbered about 5 550 btlde bdildes some sHo sailors sailorsA I IA
A majoriy majority o of t the d defenderS f nder weT were kle hilled hilledThe I
The trophies captnred with Fort hUh hUhlung
trophie captred WJt t
lung Inclue Include fU four large rgt calibre CUDS CUDSeett gunsSevelt
eett small calibre gtuie 15 thirtyseven thirtysevenmHtmeter thirtysevenmilimeter
mHtmeter guns two machine guns and andmuch andmuch
much pro property potty as yet llnenum nenumvrted nenumvrtedDaily ratcd ratcdDailyBombardnient
DailyBombardnient DailyBombardnientGeneral Daily Bombardment BombardmentGenera
General OJu Ojus Headquarters via viaFusan viaPusan
Fusan Dee 29No change has taken takennlace takenplace
place at the front of the Second arm armThe army armyThe
The Russians conU continue u n daily born bornbardment
I bardment firing at rttrom and result resulting
ling ing inte In few casualties The Japanese Japane8ei Japanesesoldiers
i soldiers pick up fifteen centimeter centimetershrapnel > r rshrapnel
shrapnel cases and with them make makecharcoal makecharcoal
charcoal burners to heat the bomb bombproofs bombproofs
proofs Occasional col1 collisions slons take plate placebetween I
between p patrols trols the Russians always alwaysretirIng alwaysretiring
retirIng Both sides seem satisfied to toremain toremain
remain In the trenches trencbesLieutenant trenchesLieutenant
Lieutenant General Sir William WilliamNicholson WilliaraNicholson
Nicholson director general of military militaryintelligence militaryintelligence
intelligence or th British war office officewho officewho
who was 1S < attached to the Japanese Japanese4rmy Japanesearmy
army left yestEUllft on his way to toEngland toEngland
England EnglandCaptured EnglandCaptured
Captured FOltythree Guns GunsTokio GunsTokio
Tokio Dec 30 130 a mThe Japanese Japanesecaptured Japanesecaptured
captured fortythree guns when heu Rfhlung
fort was taken takenVUI takenyII
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VUI OPPO UppUs1OllT1 E COUNTING OUT OUTConUn OTContlntiod
ConUn Contlntiod 9d crom from Page One Oneelect Oneelect
elect are GOYEpnor Governor James H Peabody PcabodySecrelary PeabodySecretary
Secretary of tate James Cowie Aa Aatorney Aatorney
torney General N C Miller and Auditor AuditorT
T A Holmberg All the members of ofthe ofthe
the board are Republicans HepublicansIndictments RepublicansIndictments
Indictments Dismissed DismissedDenver DismissedDenver
Denver Dec Dec 29Fourteen indict indictments indictmeats
meats against Julius Aichele former formerclerk formerclerk
clerk were dismissed by Judge Wit Wl1liwn Wit11am
liwn P Seeds in the district court lo loday today
day on the ground that two terms or orcourt ofcourt
court had passed and the eases had not notbeen notbeen
been called for trial The indictments indictmentscharged indictmentscharged
charged fraud in connection with withtranscribing withtranscribing
transcribing records There is sti1l one oneindictment oneindictment
indictment charging Aichele with ad adding adding
ding ficUt fictituous ous names to the registra registration registration
tion lists
LIBERTY LEAGUE LEAGUERepublican LEAGUERepublican
Republican Party Denounced in Un Unmeasured Vumeasured
measured Terms TermsDenver TermsDenver
Denver Dec 29The The Libert Liberty league leaguestate
state convention a adopted < the following followingresolution followingresolution I
resolution today todayResolved I
Resolved That we denounce in un unmeasured
1 1measured
measured terms the action Qr the Re Republiean I
publican party In attempting to oerrlde oerrldethe orridethe
the plainly expressed will of the people peopleby i
by arbitrarily throwing out the returns returnsfrom I Ifrom
from a large number of precIncts to tothe tothe
the end that the state senate may be bemade bemade
made subservient to corporate greed that thatthe thatthe
the 3upreme supreme court may be packed and andthat andthat
that James H Peabody overwhelmingly ovenvhelminglrepudiated overwhelminglyrepudiated
repudiated at the polls may be forced forctdupon forcedupon
upon the people 9f this state for another anotberbiennial anotherbiennial
biennial period periodAnother
Another resolution declares that the theelection theelection
election laws of Colorado are a farce a and anddemands
demands their revision The poUtlClll sit situation situation 1
uation is declared to be so grave as to tocall tocall
call for a complete investigation and It ItIs itIs
Is demanded that every O8lIot hex In InDQmer InDenver
Denver be opened A protest is made1 made madeagainst
against the indiscriminate throwing out uutof outof
of ballots without an attempt to separate separatethe separatethe
the good ood from the bad badeo bsdTHE
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THE DEATHRECORD DEATHRECORDRev
Rev Richard Lovett M M A ALondon A ALondon
London Dec 2tRev Richard Lovett LovettM
111 A secretary of therelfgloYIl tract so societ society
ciet ciety since 1EJ8 and a a well known writer writer0l
01 rel religious loua subjects died suddenly today todayoC
oC hart disease diseaseRev diseaseRev
Rev E G Trussel TrusselColumbus TrusselColumbus
Columbus 0 Dec 29Rev E G Trus Trussel Trussd
sel sd one oC the best known Lutheran Lutheraneler Lutheranclergymen
eler clergymen men In Ohio died today from par parabss paraiysls
abss
n The Morning After AfterThe AfterThe
The depressing effect following a anight asight
night of cO conviviality iinlity is quickly dis dispelled dispelled
pelled by the use of Palate Tablets TabletsThey TabletsThey
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f10tbe thperv e n rvcs regulate the kid kidl1cj kidhlCyS
l1cj hlCyS s indiJcenat iriducenatural ralrefreshing reirclsiting sleep sleepand sleepand
and m Itc fou you look and feel years yearsounger yearsyounger
younger 00 cents Book Free Ad Address AddressThe
dress dressThe The S S R Foil Co Cleveland o oFor 0Fur
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Chicago News NewsThere
There is tj GCrman family on the west west9id westoldethat
9id oldethat thnt h has lateJy blre nirea a a colored girl girlfresh
fres fresh from the country The other day dayWh daYwhUn
Wh whUn n the dally order of pretzels arrIved arrIvedthe arrivedthe
the new girl sent them bacK bacKWhy back backWhy
Why 1IIcllnda what did you do that thatfor thatfor
for oskQd her mistress mistressuDeed mistressDeed
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lot soven DIlaknt met sp sprang ngout out and andl and1egan
l 1egan gan puntme1lln him unmercifully unmercltuUHelp unmercifullyHelp
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What are you ou tr trying lng to do to me meRob
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wfckedg8 wicked an anThank 1t 1tThank
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going to g gfritte me a college Initiation
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course you will want a piece of new Furniture or orperhaps orperhaps
perhaps a new Carpet All we want to say is this thisWhen thisWhen
When you are ready to buy dont overlook the f fact factthat ct ctthat
that Freeds started the installment plan in this City Cityand Cityand
and whenever you want it itYOUR
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W want l t to place them with the best firm There are other eellectors but butwe butwe
we believe we can banlIe your collections Just a little better 3a we have bavetwo havetwo
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