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ESTABLISHED PATTQtTTT JUNE TTT1 6 fk 1870 1fl SALTLAKE AT P T LtT1 CITY 1T Advertise to Th Hera1d
+ JAl 16 1 1905 1 11 PRIOE FIVE OENTS Itset getI ratnilta r ts
Governor Wright Says Present PresentConditions PresentConditions PresentConditions
Conditions Are Satisfactory SatisfactoryREPORT Satis SatisactoryREPORT actory actoryREPORT
A I i ASHINGTO2ST Jan 16 lfiSecretaIj lfiSecretaIjof Secretary Secretaryof
WASHINGTON vy of War Taft has transmitted to tothe tothe tothe
the president the annual report reportbf
t bf f the Philippines commission to together together together ¬
gether with the separate report of the thecommission theommisson thecommission
commission to the civil governor of the I
islands and of the heads of the four
departments dt > and the president trans ¬
mitted them with the secretarys let ¬
ter to congress congressThe congressThe congressThe
The secretary says sa s In his letter of
transmlttal to the president that the
reports show the great benefit which whichas
has ia as been conferred
upon the islands
by b a continued state 8tat of tranqulllty tr nqulllty
Except in the wild mountainous regions re ions ionsof
of f the unexplored island of Samar and andsin andaLl
sin aLl the Moro region rc ion of the Rio Grande
Rnd Lake Lnnao districts in the thesparsely theparsely thesparsely
sparsely settled Island of Mindanao Mindanaoand Mindanaoand Mlndanaoand
and in the Island of ot Jolo conditions conditionsas
as to tranquility and ladronism he hesays hesays hesays
says continue to improve and except
in the places mentioned agriculture agricultureand
and the arts of peace are not at all in ¬
terfered with by lawless bands or
depredations depredationsCivil depr deprdatIonsCivil datfons datfonsCivil
Civil Service Law L w Effective EffectiveHe
He says it is quite satisfactory to toobserve toobserve toobserve
observe the good effect of a settled settledpolicy settledpolicy settledpolicy
policy with respect to the civil service serviceunder servIceunder serviceinder
under a stringent civil service law on onthe on1he onthe
the personnel and efficiency of the theservice theservIt1 theservIb
service Many 11 any of the Filipinos are arearn1ng
learning arn1ng Bnglteh t h and applying for ex examination exa cxaminatlon ¬
a amination as e English clerks clerksThe clerksThe clerksThe
The secretary says sa s that the falling fallingoff fallingoff
off in the government revenues has re ¬
duced the funds available for reduc reduction reduction reductjo ¬
tion tjo From the central government
last year ear the amount expended did not notexceed notxeeed notexceed
exceed 1200000 as against 1600000 1600000the 1600000the i6OOOOtthe
the previous I > > year ear He adds that with without without without ¬
out wasting money 5000000 a year ear in inthe in1l1e ist1e
the maintenance of the public schools schoolsof
of the Philippine islands islan s could be bereadily bereadtt b breadily
readily readtt expended The enrollment has
increased from 1S3000 to 263000 in one oneyear onefar oneyear
year far and tflt nd there Is a demand for Ameri American AmeriOan Amenan ¬
can an teachers and Fliplno teachers in ineach Inf ineach
each f > ach province The total expenditures expendituresfor
for oduoittion last year including those
from Central provinces and munipical munipicalgovernments munlpi munipichigovernmeits < hl hlgOtornments
governments was nearly 200000 200000Philippine 2OooOItOP 2OOOOOPi
Philippine P Pi lippinc Coinage
n igerdis pHroungr g the new coinage of the theislands thesands
islands the secretary says saysOne saysOne saysOne
One of the most satisfactory re results rcIults resuits ¬
suits of the governments governments transactions transactionscluing
duing the year in the islands is the theestablishment thee theestablishment
establishment e in the Islands ofa of IL new newcoinage newo newcoinage
coinage < o nage on a firm bassis The Theg
g Spanish Filipino coin and the Mexican Mexicancoin lIexloono Mexicancun
coin o n have been practically driven out outof outof outof
of the thirJslandsthe islands the former by purchase purchaseof
of thb th government and recoinage into intoth intothe
the th > > nejy ne coins and the latter by legis leglsttionh08tile legisenlon ¬
lationhostile enlon < hostile tothe to the importation and andcirculation andcircuJ andirculttion
circuJ circulation tlon of Mexican xiftn dollars dOllanJas as well wells wellsb
< is sb s by a strong tlwnawl and for or It in the theoth theotIir theOth
oth otIir > r countries The Th danger which whichpresents whichrfsents whIchpresents
presents itself now is the rise in the theprice theJ11c theqite
price qite of silver which if it continues continuesmay continuesPlay continuesiiay
may make the silver peso worth more morethan morethan
than 50 0 cents In gold the present presentstandard
standard value and thus lead to the thejiiHtliig thenlltllig theTuelting
jiiHtliig up of the new silver peso of ofthe
the 1h < Philippine government governmentInternal governmentInternal governmentInternal
Internal Revenue Law JLawDuring LawDuring LawDuring
During the year ear the commission has hasenacted hasIlacted haseiiacted
enacted an internal revenue law la and andabolished andabolished
abolished 3 the Industrial taxes which which1ad
had come down from the Spanish Spanishregime Spanishrlglme Spanishregime
regime The industrial taxes sub
jffted all kinds ki ds of business even the thesmallest thesmallest theanialleet
smallest to a license tax and was
thought to work proportionately
harder on the smaller business than thanupon thanupon thanupon
upon large arge enterprises The present
Vii 1 11 imposes Impo es a a tax on the production of
liquor and alcohol upon the manufac ¬
turf > of cigars and cigaretttes and also alsoupon alsoupon alsoupon
upon banking and other corporations
The are new and while not heavy as ascompared asOompnled ascompared
compared with the taxes imposed in
this country on the same subject mat ¬
ter are such a departure from the themethods theTjthods theD1
methods D1 thods of taxation In the Philippines
that they have given rise to consider considerable conslderabTp considerable ¬
able criticism by y members of the Fili Filipino FIlil110 ¬
pino 1 rio public and especially by persons
largely Jar ely interested in the business businesswhich businessWhich businessihich
which is to pay the tax taxWill taCWin taxWill
Will Provide an Income
The internal revenue law has not
been in operation a sufficient length of oftime oftime oftime
time to justify criticism or praise of it
If the hope of the commission commlB ion is real ¬
bed it will enable them to relieve the themunicipalities the111unlcipaUtle thdltitinicipalittes
municipalities and the provinces from fromak froma
Ia ak a k of income from which during the theagricultural theasriculturai theagricultural
agricultural depression they have suf ¬
fered ff > red It will also relieve the general general1usiness
business of the country from a l large largenumber large11Lmber largeilLmber
number of small Impositions impo ltlon which in
tlii aggregate agre ate were quite burdensome
Inn satisfaction 8a cUon from a relief in taxa
tln tl on ti Is never equal equalIn Jn ln Intensity to the thecr theIJplaints theiitplaiuts
cr mplaints of those tho e who are subjected
1 to t new ew taxation t nt1on and the benefits of a achange achange achange
change cannot be weighed until the thewhole thewhole thewhole
whole public has been accustomed to
It ItThe
The secretary says sn s that the improve improvement ¬
ment 11 < lIt of Manila harbor has made good goodregress goodIr goodyrgress
regress Ir ogress The work at Cebu has been beenm beenmpleted beenmpleted
< mpleted m pie ted and the improvement of the the11arOOr
harbor at Iloilo is in progress A large largepart largeIart
part of the th 3000000 voted by congress congresslas
has las been and Is being expended in the theconstruction thetnstructlon theC
construction C of roads in the th islands islandsTariff islandsTariff islandsTariff
Tariff Question
j jRegarding jRegarding JUeJRrdlng
Regarding the tariff on Philippine Philippine1Joducts
products in the United States the sec ¬
retary says saysThe Ba saysThe S SThe
The reports r portB of Governor Wright rright and
of Commissioner Worcester show what hat
has 11d appeared app ared in the reports from the th I I
Islands since the American ocoupation I
the necessity nt > C ity for reducing the tariff on
Philippine products entering the Unit ¬
ed d States In order that we might give
tr t the islands a market in America
Iradfng 1c adfng to a revival of business in the
Inlands i > lands I have Itay already mentioned this
FO often that it is unnecessary to re ¬
peat pf > at what was w s said in my annual re
1 lort ort
Rebellious Moron
Of if the Moros Secretary Taft BO says saysThe ye yeThe
The report of Major General Wood Wooden Voodrn
en conditions in the Moro Moroprovinee province is isof isof Iscc
of much interest The government act actwas actas actas
was as framed with a view Iew to giving the theI thelrsnnu
I lrsnnu Arsons responsible for the Moro gov government goverrment ov overnment ¬
ernment great latitude in dealing with withth withth
th 1 ho various Moro tribes and the wis wisdm visdm
dm of that latitude Is shown by h the theevent theennt theeent
event It was supposed when the Moro Moroa lIoront
a nt t was passed that the Moros were weresufficiently weresufficiently weresufficiently
sufficiently advanced In tribal govern government governpnrit ¬
ment to have customary laws which whichufter whichafter I Iufter
ufter the elimination of such features featuresas I
as were savage or barbarous might be beadopted beaflopted beinlopted
adopted for practical use llS but General GeneralWoods GeneralVoods GeneralWoods
Woods report shows that among the thecustoms tbecustOI118 thecustoms
customs of the Moros there Is practic practically practica1Jy practically ¬
ally nothing which a government under underthe underth underthe
the th auspices of the Viiited 1 nitEd States can canmake canirako an an1Take
make ltn I Itself lp1 lf rp responsible portibl for and he re reContinued reContinued
Continued on Paso PageI 2 1
Statesmen Asleep WhiieMoney While Money
Is Being Appropriated AppropriatedSECRETARIES AppropriateaI AppropriateaSECR AppropriatedSECRETARIES
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Special to The Th Herald HeraldlASHINGTON HeraldWASIDNGTON HeraldA
A 1 lASHINGTON D i C Jan 15 15The 15Thesenate The Thesenate
WASIDNGTON V V senate in regular session has got gotten gotten gotten ¬
ten down to routine and earnest
that business and Is working as seriously as
supposedly august body does work
Curious visitors from everywhere fill
the galleries gailerj and the effect Is much
like looking down on a lot of good
looking old gentlemen spending ah au hour
at the club Certain
senatprs seem to
hold a kind of court Everybody comes
to their desks to shake hands and pass
the compliments of the day Senator
Platt of New York continually enjoys
this distinction He Is the best living
example of all is mind there is no
matter matterHis matterHis matterHis
His body Is so shriveled he walks
with a 3 cane taking shuffling steps
about two h inch Inches s In length and col ¬
lapses into his chair when he reaches it
but there his apparent weakness
ceases He can rise to his feet In ¬
stantly stantl when things are not moving
his way Wtl he is alert brighteyed a
wonderful man Witness the shifting
around in twentyfour hours of the
cut and dried plans to defeat Depew Depewor
for or the Senate in New York This re remarkable remarkable remarkablc ¬
markable old man is a bridegroom too toomarried toomnrried toomarried
married only last summer and lives in ina ina ina
a beautiful apartment with his wife wifeand wteand wifeand
and stepdaughter at the New Willard
He shares honors equally with Senator
Stewart of Nevada who was married
last year This bridegroom is known knownas k lOWIl lOWIlas
as the Santa Claus of the senate sen te on ac account acount account
count of his long white beard beardPlood beardFlood beardloocl
Flood loocl of Pension Bills BillsIt
It Is amazing to hear the bills for in increase Increase I Icrease
crease of pensions that come up every ever
day What puts it into the heads of
old soldiers ldiers to ask fqr an Increase at
this late hour Why have they not at ¬
tended to too It long ago I confess the thepension thepension thepension
pension problem would be a riddle to tome tome
me forcver
If I had a claim against the govern government gmernment govemmerit ¬
ment or wanted wanted money for a public
building or r for any an other purpose I Iwould Iwould Iwould
would putIt in the hands of some mag ¬
netic senator senat r and one day when every ¬
thing would be drowsy and droning droningalong dronInbalong droningalong
along he would w uld rise and ask for imme immeQiate
diate iate consideration of bill No now nowpending nowpending nowpending
pending before the United States sen senate senate seaate ¬
ate Then in a voice calculated to in increase increase increase ¬
crease the drowsy spirit the clerk clerkwould clerkwould clerkwould
would read the bill once twice thrice thriceslowly thriceslowl thnIc thnIcslowly
slowly slowl s > as not to make any jarring jarringsound jarrinbsound jarringsound
sound The president of the senate senatewould senatewould senatewould
would call for the ayes and nays there therewould therewould therewould
would be no increase of voices in any anyway anyway anyway
way the gentlemens club would go on onvisiting onvIsiting onvisiting
visiting and the bill would be an annouhced annO annoutice
nouhced nO h e i passed Thats precisely the theway thewa theway
way wa Isaw Vsaw saw put through the bill appro appropriating approprfa appropriating ¬
priating prfa ng for public buildings In Raw Rawlins RawUns Rawline
line Wyp Wo and another similar bill to toreimburse toreimQurs toreimburse
reimburse an orphanshome orphans home for forhaYlnb forhaYlnbshipped having havingshipped havingshipped
shipped some little JltUeIndlans Indians inoroutof inoroutofthe in or outof outofthe outofthe
the asylum a lum Senator Sen t l Warren of Wyom Wyoming WomIn Wyoming ¬
ing In Is the champion benefactor in this thisline thisline thisline
line a perfect Santa Claus for filling fillingthe fillingthe tillingthe
the stockings of needly asylums and
oia old soldiers somiersThe soldiers soldiersThe soldiersThe
The cmnibus ocm ibusblll bill consisting of legiti legitimate 1egitlmate legitimate ¬
mate claims from fr m everybody and for foreverything foreverything foreverything
everything from nearly every cve ever state in inthe inthe iiithe
the union was passed after an hours hoursbrisk hoursbrisk hoursbrisk
brisk debate last Monday The bill billcarried b1i1carrIed billcarried
carried an appropriation of about two twoand twoand twoand
and a half millions of dollars dollarsKearns dollarsKearns dollarsKearns
Kearns Will Be Missed MissedIn
In the gentlemens g ntlemens club Senators
Kittredgeof Kittredge of South Dakota and Senator SenatorKearns SenatorKearns SenatorKearns
Kearns have seats side by side The
former is so stout he overflows the thearms thearms thearns
arms of his chair Kearns the anti antilatterday
latterday saint from Zion City sleek sleekprosperous sieekprosperous sleekprosperous
prosperous and debonnair will be much muchmissed muchmissed muchmissed
missed by his associates In their theirmorning theirmorning theirmorning
morning discussions discussi < > ns they are frequent frequently ¬
ly joined by Senator Clark of Wyom ¬
Ing The general g neral routine of business is isseldom Isseldom isseldom
seldom of sufficient interest to cause causethe causethe causethe
the uncrossing of a leg or the straight straightening straishten straightening ¬
ening en Ins of a back As It appears to the thevisitor thevisitor thevisitor
visitor in the gallery Ilery the actual over overwhelming overwhelming overwhelming ¬
whelming cares of state we read so somuch 90much somuch
much about the2ealous the zealous devotion to t > in insistent insIstent insistent ¬
sistent constituents weighty discus discussions discusslons discussions ¬
sions of knotty problems that beset the thegentlemen thegentlemen thegentlemen
gentlemen in political life Ufeall all these theseburdens theseburdens theseburdens
burdens seem to be borne in the heat heatof heatof heatof
of the day da by the private secretary secretarytoiling secretarytoiling secretarytoiling
toiling early and late In some faroff faroffcommittee faroffcommltt faroftcommittee
committee e room
Has Parted From Stephen Stephenrs
Mrs rs Frances Hodgson Burnett Burn tt the themoat themost themost
most popular of American novelists Is Istjoon isooon issoon
tjoon to return to Washington and will willreside willre willreside
reside re lde here her permanently It is under understood understood understood ¬
stood that Mrs Irs Burnett has parted partedfrom patedfrom partedfrom
from Stephen Townsend and that thathenceforth thathenceforth
henceforth she will drop the name as aswell asweIl aswell
I well as the man an and will be known knownby knownby knownby
by the one under which she has gained gainedInternational gaInedinternational gainedInternational
International celebrity For many manyyears manyyears
years past Mrs Burnett has maintained maintaineda i iu
a handsome home on Massachusetts Massachusettsavenue Massachusettsavenue Ia sachusetts I Iavenue
avenue Unlike the majority of absen absentees absentees ¬
tees she has not t rented her domicile domicilebut domicnebut domicilebut
but has kept It in readiness at all alltimes alltimes alltimes
times against just what has happened happenedAccording happenedAccording happenedAccording
According to this talented ladys friends
here she will dismantle her celebrated celebratedhcme celebratedhtme celebratedhome I
home at St Johns Wood London and andall andall andall
all the treasures and souvenirs collect collected collected collected ¬
ed in a quarter uarter of a century will enrich enrichher enrichher enrichher
her residence here That her venture venturewith yenturewith venturewith
with her youthful secretary Stephen StephenTojvnsend StephenT01nsend StephenTownsenddid
Tojvnsend Townsenddid did not notcome come up to the Ideal Idealrequirements idealrequlroments idealrequirements
requirements of wedded bliss surprises surprisesno
no one It seemed s emed an incongruous incongruousunion incongruousunion incongruousunion
union and one which could not n ot fail to toend toend
end nd In disaster dl ater Mr Townsend was wassome wass wassome I
some s me fifteen years oars younger than his hisbride hisbride
bride and he was led into the affair affairfrom affaIrfrom I
from purely selfish motives Vivian VivianBurnett i
Burnett the driginal of Little Lord LordPauntlcroy LordFauntleroy
Fauntleroy has been living with his hisfather hisfather hisfather
father and stepmother and has been beencompletely beencompletely beencompletely
completely estranged from Mrs Bur Burnett Burnett Burnett ¬
nett since she became Mrs lrs Townsend TownsendIt I
It is hoped that a reconciliation will be beeffected bectTeeted beeffected
effected when hen the authoress returns to
Washington next week weekCabinet weekCabinet weekCabinet
Cabinet Receptions
The cabinet receptions onWednesday on VeanesdllY
afternoons have again begun and the theold th thold theold
old question4pC question 1j serving serv ng light refresh refreshments refreshntsC refreshinents ¬
ments ntsC came Jne Ujj UJrlt t the Tuesday meeting
of the cabinet hostesses hOBtes es with Mrs
Roosevelt Formerly salads and other
things formed such a 1 feature of these theseafternoons thes thesafternoons
afternoons that it wits declared there therewon thereras
won ras a regular brigade who made the therounds therounds therounds
rounds each day for free lunch For Fortome Fortome Forrome
tome time no wd a refreshments refresJa nts have been beenoffered beenoffer beenoffered
offered offer d Mrs tn Taft Mrs Irs Morton and
Mrs Wynne V nne were in favor nvor of serving
punch or some light collation just to
break the monotony But Mrs Roose Roosevelt Rooseelt Rooseveil ¬
veil elt did not approve of the suggestion suggestionand suggestionand
and Mrs Hitchcock was loud in her ob ¬
jections j tJons Mrs Shaw it appears who
Is the soul of hospitality had been beenserving beenserving beenserving
serving tea J nd d wafers arers without know
Ing that sbwa sb wn breaking b one of the th
inonciad rules It > jv Elng vsa as s decreed de < reed tha thanothing thnnpt that thatnothing
npt nothing hillg not even a glass g ass of cold c ld water waterXContinuedon waterI waterCont4ntJ watetConqatjdon
XContinuedon Cont4ntJ don Pago Paot 3 i >
The e Police ce Force is Studying StudyiCgJiuJit JiuJitsu u to Facilitate theCapture th the capture of Criminals
Ah hat I HeiVs Hel s a chance chanceto to try my band hand pt Jiujitsu jiuji su suf f
I I n I I II I II hlN c
o Lets see now now irhati rtiiat Is tie 1i first rtu1e Tule rUlen rUleno
111 11M h III 111101 II Nil H II Ii a
4 Piret you Approach PP pproach the criminal im1nal and
kick him in a nerve center n thus thusaturnilug stunning him
Chicago ag Tribune
Three Shots Fired at General GeneralTrepoff GeneralTrepoff GeneralTrepoff
Trepoff at Moscow MoscowMARKEDFOR Moscowf MoscowMARKEDFOR
t 4n
n A OSCOW Jan 15 15At At the Nicholas Nicholasiii Nicholasstation
iii M lvi stat station ° n tonight while General GeneralTrepoff GeneralTrepoff GeneralTrepoff
Trepoff was bidding farewell to
Grand Duke Sergrius on his departure
for St Petersburg Petersbur a young man wear wearIng wearIng wearing
Ing a students cap fired three shots
j from a revolver at the general All the theshots theshots theshots
shots missed General Trepoff Grand
Duke Sergius Sergi us proceeded on his jour journe journev
ne nev
j General Trepoff who recently was wasrelieved wasrelieved wasrelieved
relieved of the office of chief of police policeof
of Moscow and ordered to the front to totake totake totake
take up his duties dutltt > as head of the Red RedCross RedCross RedCross
Cross society In Manchurta incurred incurredthe incurredthe incurredthe
the special enminty of the students of ofMoscow orMoscow ofMoscow
Moscow by b the severity with which he heput heput heput
put down their demonstrations of Dec Decis i
18 and 19 1804 l G4 Within one week in
1902 therewere there were three attempts on his hislife Illslife hislife
life The first of these on March 31 31was 31was 31was
was by a woman named Aliart a aerness gov governess gOl gOlerness ¬
erness who placed laced the muzzle of a pis pistol pistol pistol ¬
tol against General Trepoffa breast breastand breastand breastand
and pulled the trigger t he e weapon weaponhowever weaponhowecr weaponhowever
however failing to discharge dischargeFour disehargeFour dischargeFour
Four days later a man armed with witha
a dagger tried to force ft > rce his way to the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence of General Trepoff with the theavowed theavowed theavowed
avowed purpose of killing him The Thewouldbe Thewouldbe Thewouldbe
wouldbe afcsas Esassin in was overpowered overpoweredand
and arrested Within two daysafter daysafterthis days daysafterthis after afterthLc
this incident while Trepoff was vas riding ridingin
in his carriage a young man supposed supposedto supposef supposefto
to be a rusticated student sprang up upon upon upon ¬
on the step of the vehicle and tried to tostab tostab tostab
stab him but only onlysucceeded succeeded in slight slightly slightly slightly ¬
ly wounding a policeman After the theantigovernment theantigovernment
antigovernment demonstrations in inMoscow InMoscow iflMoscow
Moscow last month it was said that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the socialistic revolutionary re luUonary party had hadpassed hadpassed
passed sentence upon both General GeneralTrepoff GeneralTrepoff
Trepoff chief e ler of police and Grand GrandDuke GrandDuke GrandDuke
Duke Sergius SergUS governorgeneral of Mos Moscow Moecov 105 105CO ¬ I
cow CO
Rumor Before the Act I
London Jan 15 ISThe The newspapprs here herethis herethis herethis
this morning morn contain n0 particulars of ofthe orthe
the attempted aW mted assawrtwtlon assaMtri tion of General GeneralTrepoff GenernlTropotf GeneralTropoff
Trepoff at l1 MOscow scowon on Sunday Ilda The curi curious curious curlone ¬
ous factl fact hr remarked in a dMpatcn dispatch from fromSt fromS1 fromIlL
I St IlL Petersburg however that a rumor rumorseveral rumoroC rumorof
oC such si sit sttfmpt Ufml > t wa wee current there thereIevfral thereseveral
several = hours before the outrage actually aetuall aetualloccurred actuallyoccurred
occurred >
Rumor That a British BrltishIsland Island Is Be BeS Being
S ing Used Use UseS1 UsedSt <
St Petersburg Jan 15 15Sol11e Some of the theneWWPKllCns
neWWPKllCns liars > art claimliur < Ialmln that the
Japanese JRp ne e CJe re using usln the th lower Island I = Jand of
Laultan near Borneo as a a btUIP n jM and that thatthe I Itho
tho British ar are < onc toncalln alincr the fact by b bpreveutlnq
preventing communication between hetwe Bor Borneo BorNl Benflee ¬
neo and Singaporeon Nl trnrlrQtmd the ground that the thecable
cable Is undersoine ufldefxoIngrepair repair I
The report from waahinston Va5hin ton that It is
believed there that the powers wors will in ¬ I IlonnaUy
formally protest > rott > t toRussla asrainst the thenotice thenotice I
notice served by her h r that she will con consider consider conslder ¬
sider herself no longer lon er bound to regard
the neutrality of China It 1 tho Japanese Japanesecontinue Japanesecontinuo Japanesecontinue
continue to violate it has ha < cre created ted aston ¬
ishment here her where it Is held that any
protest ahopld be directed against the ac ¬
tion of Japan against wnichHuasia has
now thrice warned w mcd tho powers Russias
position Is that she is bound under the
circumstances olr 11mstancc5 to take stops for the pro
jEectloa tecUon of her own Interests
II IIGermany
Germany HasRecently Has Recently Concluded Some Reciprocity Treat Treaties Treatand Treatjes ¬
ies and President Roosevelt Is Urged to Inaugur Inaugurate Inaugurate Inaugurate ¬
ate a Similar Movement
ERLIN Jan 15 15The The American AmericanChamber AmericanChamber AmericanChamber
Chamber of Commerce of Berlin Berlinconsiders Berlinconsiders Berlinconsiders
considers that the moment Is fa favorable favorable a avorable ¬
vorable for a movement looking toward towarda
a reciprocity treaty between the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States and Germany and especially so sobecause sobecause sobecause
because the new ne system s stem of reciprocity reciprocitytreaties reciprocitytreaties reeiprocitytreaties
treaties Germany has concluded con luded most mostprobably mostprobably mostprobably
probably will affect American trade ad adversely adversely ¬
versely verselyThe yerselrThe verselyThe
The Chamber of Commerce on Dec
23 sent scnta a petition to President Roose Roosevelt Rooseyelt Roosevolt ¬
volt which In part follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The American Chamber of Com Commerce Commerce Cornmerce ¬
merce of Berlin crganized with the thepurpose thepurposo thepurpose
purpose of furthering good relations
between the United States and Ger1 Ger
many man especiall in the direction of
ocmmercial affairs including among I
its members of leading concerns of
both nationalities trading between th the i
two countries would pray that you youurge youurge ou ouurge
urge upon congress and the other au au11lOrities ¬
thorities the pressing need of prompt promptaction promptaction
action for a reciprocity treaty with
Germany and also als of new laws and andregulations andregu1atlons andregulations
regulations for the appraisal of mer merchandise merchandise menchandise ¬
chandise to replace the present very
faulty fault and often unjust system which
has been and still Is constantly caus ¬
ing in much bitterness of feeling among amonbpractlcalJ amongpractically
practically all the importers of commo ¬
dities ditie Into parts of the United States
The American r chamber hannber of Commerce Commerceoffers CommerceotTers Commerceoffers
offers its service in the collection of
NIEDRINGHAUS WILL LACK A FEW VOTES VOTESEnoughRepublican VOTESEnoughRepublican VOTESEnoughIepublican
EnoughRepublican Members of the Missouri M souri Legislature LegislaturetoBeat Legislatureto
toBeat to Beat Him Have Agreed to Bolt the theParty theParty theParty
Party Caucus aucus
11ANSASCITY ANSASCITY Jan 15 l 15A A special to tothe tothe tol
KANsAseITY l the Times from Jefferson City Mo Mosays 110says Mosays
says that a a sufficient number n mber of ofRepublicans ofRepubUcans ofRepublicans
Republicans have bolted to defeat rati ratification ratificatlon ratification ¬
fication next Tuesday of T K Nied Niedringhaus Niedringhaus Nledriughaus
ringhaus the state chairman recently recentlynamed recontlynamed recentlynamed
named by the Republicans in caucus to tosucceed tosuccecd tosucceed
succeed United States Senator Cock Cockrell Cockrehl
rellIt It was given out tonight that at a adinner adinner adinner I
dinner held Saturday night attended attendedby attendedb attendedby
by b nine members of the legislature a asufficient asufficient I
sufficient number of Republican legis legislators legislators legislators ¬
lators agreed to bolt the caucus to de defeat defeat ¬
feat Niedrlnghaus Major J L Blttin Blttinger BltUnber Bittinger
ger of St Joe who presided at the con conference conference conference ¬
ference announced that beside the themembers themembers themembers
members present five other Republic Republicans ¬
ans had agreed to bolt tue caucus nom nomlnrw nomInee nornmoe
Inee lnrw if < f f called > nH r1 upon to do SO
Representative Repre entatlve Grace of btv St Louiswho LOUIS i iwho
who introduced the resolution that thatenuseci j
caused usedthe the investigation of the Neid Neidringhaus Neldrlnghaus Neidringhaus
ringhaus fund held in St Louis last lastI lastweek i iweek
week I was present at the dinner dinnerA dlnn r rA
I A second conference of bolters was washeld washeld
held In Jefferson City tonight and at atits atits atits
I its conclusion some of those present presentstated presentst11ted presentstated
stated positively that Mr Neidringhaus Neidringhauswould Noldrlnghau5would Noidringhausvould
would not be elected on Tuesday
j I The followers of Neidringhaus how however however
i I ever are confident that he will be beelected
j elected They maintain that the inves investication h1e5ligation investlgation
tication at St Louis clearly vindicated
him himAt
At the Republican RCP bIlcan caucus caucu held here hereon hereon
on Jan 5 Thomas K I Neidrlnghauswas Neidrlnghauswasselected Neidringhaus was wasselected
selected to succeed Senator Cnfckrell C Ckrellafter krell
after a spirited contest in which whl h five
ballots were taken The final ballot ballotstood
stood stoodNledinghaus
Niedringhaus 58 Colonel R C KeY KeYens K Nr Nrens r rens
ens St Louis 29 Major William War Warnor
nor n r Kansas City Cit 1 L F Parker 4
Patrick Dyer St Louis 1 1The 1The
The conference last Saturday night nightSTRSKEJRAGEDIES nightSTRIKE nightSTRIKE
Fall River Mass MassJ MazsJan15Today Jan 15 15Today Today withwhIch withwhich with withwhich
which began tho twentysixth weak of Its Itscontinuance Itscontinuance Itscontinuance
continuance added Its quota tothe t o the trag tT abi
cdlos associated a3 oclated with the cotton OOt9 1 mi14 mflV mfitCtnlk
strike tnlk hero V > W U UJohti A yv tI71 tI71oJin y tff tffcrippled
oJin tNeft a wcaer weaver W stf o avitihis avitihiscrippled v rif rifcrippled
crippled wife had suffei suffeireading suffered mf mub1itLtor mub1itLtorreading < floti flotireading
reading ol the failure of thestiiKe thcstrlkecono con
was held following a dinner given by bJ
Colonel Kerens After the dinner and
before the conference began Colonel
Kerens withdrew saying sa ing he did not
wish to be a party to the th deliberations deliberationsKERENS deUberatIonsXERENS deliberationsKDRENS
May Be Beneficiary of the Bolters BoltersTreachery BoltersTreachery BoItersTreachery
Treachery TreacherySt
St Louis Jan 1 15Last Last night Colonel
R C Kerens gave a dinner to a num ¬
ber of his legislative friends at his
home in 11 St Louis and as a result of
that dinner it is said that Colonel
Kerens I < erem does not consider himself out outof outof outof
of the senatorial race The news of the
dinner was w s sent to Jefferson City late
tonight and not a word concerning concerning it
leaked out until a messenger arrived
th thlre re bringing the tidings Nothing
was known in St Louis concerning It
It is related that unlessthe unle unless s the plan of
j action formulated Is changed the men
I in the conference together with the
others whom they the claim to have with I
them will crisscross on the vote in
the general assembly on United States
senator Tuesday Tuesda The plan of action
it is related will be that some so ne of them
will ill vote for Bittlnger some Dyer and
so on onThis onThis onThis
This will leave the strength of the
movement undeveloped so that when
they ballot In joint session Wednes ¬
day da the crisscross can v be worked
by switching votes to beat Niedring ¬
haus hausIn hausIn hausin
In the arguments that tll t have been
used with the members it is claimed
that Kerens may finnllly be elected by
this process proce If Kerens cannot win
then some other man is to be eleoted if
possible possiblesit
sit Lt t present none of the Kerens men
in the deal suggest that Senator
Cookrell will eVer eer be the beneficiary of
the U e deal dealterence dealferenco dealterenco
terence at Boston yesterday estcrdaJ stood be ¬
fore a mirror und drew drowa a razor across his
throat He died Immediately
Three striking loom fixers James Lo
Ijnn nn Michael Wafldlngton Wa llngton and Peter Hud
son OJ1 who since the mills closed have
IIMged l 1 lS b A d toeeUicir4n togeU I1iJn one Jonef1maltrnomiYue smaJijr < wniMvsr wniMvsrftioundunconscious
ftioundunconscious Wunduncons1o from illuifflmftig Il1UriIDi iIltiiintiggae t rras s
today day Jand and removed to a hospital They
will recover
Crank Arrested in Philadelphia PhiladelphiaHas
Has Confessed ConfessedIDENTIFIED ConfessedIDENTIFIED Confesseda ConfessedIDENTIFIED
HILADELPHIA Jan IS 15uGei Gassier GassierRosseau sler ter terUosseau
PHILADELPHIA r Rosseau who was arrested in this thiscity thiselt thiscity
city elt on Thursday with an unloaded unloadedinfernal unloadedinferJlal unloadedinferital
infernal machine mach ne in his possession ad admitted a amltted admitted ¬
mitted to the police today toda that he is isthe isthe isthe
the man who attempted to destroy aet tro30 the thestatue thestntue thestatue
statue of Frederick the Great in Wash ¬
ington last Tuesday Tuesda and also that it itwas Itwas itwas
was he who sent the trunk containing
an infernal machine to the British Britishsteamship Britishstffimship Britishsteamship
steamship TJmbria In New York In
May lln 1903 The prisoner whose right rightname rightname rightname
name Is not known made these admis admissions admission3 adxnissions ¬
sions in the offige ofll e of Captain Donaghy
of the Philadelphia detective bureau bureauafter bureauafter bureauafter
after he had been identified by persons rsols
brought here from New York and
Washington for that purpose He gives givesno givesno givesno
no reasons for the alternated outrage outrageexcept outrAgeexcept outraceexcept
except that there are too many for foreign fortofgn forCiSR ¬
eign affairs in this country After
having Roseau nO 6eau under fire all afternoon
the police classed him as han an American Americanpatriotic Americanpatriotic Americanpatriotic
patriotic fanatic The prisoner prl Uner gave gaveno gaveno gaveno
no information voluntarily to the po ¬
lice ho h admitting only those things thingswhich thln thlnwhich thingswhich
which the police had fastened f 8tened on him
Both the Washington and New York Yorkauthorities Yorkauthorities Yonicauthorities
authorities want the man and it is isprobable isprobable isprobable
probable that he will be turned over to
the police of the latter city cityBetrayed cityBetrayed cityBetrayed
Betrayed Himself
The apprehension of Rreseau Rffl eftU was due dueto dueto dueto
to the disappearance of Owen Kelly a awealthy awealthy awealthy
wealthy Irish American who is prom prominent prOnlInent prommont ¬
inent in IrishAmerican societies in this thiscountry thiscountr thiecountry
country countr Kelly disappeared on Oct O > t 13 13and 1 1and land > >
and from time to time the newspapers newspapersparticularly newspapersparticularly newspapersparticularly
particularly of the east e st have published publishedarticles publidhedrticles publhedarticles
articles on the mysterious disappear disappearance dls disappearance ppear ppearance ¬
ance These the police believe un undoubtedly unc40ubtedly unoubtediy ¬
doubtedly attracted Rossenus atten attenticn attenticn attentien
ticn On Thursday he called calIedon on Pat Patrick Patrlelt Patrick ¬
rick Kelly the brother of the missing missineman mlssintJ1 missingnan
man J1 an and offered to take him to hfa hfabrother hlobrJ h hbrother
brother brJ > ther in New York for 500 He said saidhe saidhe saIdho
he and Owen Kelly belonged to secret secretsocieties secretsocieties secretsocieties
societies that were organized for or the thepurpose theIUIPOS thepulpose
purpose of blowing up IJritish ritish ships in inAmerican inAmerican inAmerican
American ports The valise v e he carriedhe carriedhe carried garriedhe
he said contained explosives Patrick PatrickKelly PatrIckKeU PatrIckKelly
Kelly KeU notified the police and Rosseau Rosseauwas Rosseauwas Rosseauwas
was taken into custody custod The valise valisecontained va1iRecontained valisecontained
contained an infernal machine of the theclcek thecIcek thedeck
deck arrangement variety but no ex explosives exIloshes axplosives ¬
plosives About the machine was waswrapped wliawrapped waswrapped
wrapped a Washington newspaper This Thisgave Thishave Thisgave
gave the police poti e the clue that he might mightknow mightknow mightknow
know something somethin of the explosion at the thestatue thestatue thestatue
statue of Frederick the Great and his hispicture hislicture hisPicture
picture was taken and nd sent to both the theYashington theWashington
Washington and New York authorities authoritiesIn
In the meantime he was also suspected suspectedof
of knowing something of the steamship
Umbria incident incidentFullv incidentPully
Fully Identified I
Today Captain Robert obert Boardman of ofthe oft ofthe
the t e Washington detective force f ce and Al AlfredCarter AlfredCarter AlfredCarter
fredCarter colored and George Hazel Hazelcabmen HareIcabmon Hazelcabmen
cabmen of Washington who saw the theman theman theman
man who attempted to blow up the thestatue thtstatul thestatue >
statue and Detective Arthur Carey of ofNew o oNew ofNew
New York and a airs Curry who keeps keepsa
a a boarding OOardin house in the latter city ar arrived alriv anriv ¬
rived riv d here for the purpose of identify identifying Identifying ¬
ing the prisoner When Rosseau was wasbrought WdSbMoUght wSbruglit
brought into the office of Captain Don Donaghy Donagh Donaghy ¬
aghy agh Hazel said saidI saidIguess saidIguess
I Iguess guess you know me to which the theprisoner theprisoner theprisoner
prisoner replied How do you do doRosseau doRosseau doRosseau
Rosseau bowed to Carter and then thengreeted thengre9ted thengreeted
greeted Mrs Irs Curry CU Having satisfied satisfiedthemselves satisfiedthemselves satisfiedthemselves
themselves beyond be ond doubt that the iden identification Identification identificatlon ¬
tification was complete the police offi officials offIcials olfidais ¬
cials of the three cities set to work in inobtaining inobtaining inobtaining
obtaining a a confession from the pris prisoner prisoner priaoner ¬
oner As stated before he said nothing nothingvoluntarily nothingvoluntarily nothingvoluntarIly
voluntarily to incriminate himself himselfAnswered himselfAnswered himselfAnswered
Answered Readily ReadilyIn
In Ii1 reply to a question he admitted admittedthe admittedthe
the attempted outrage on the statue statueHe statueHe statueHe
He said he had manufactured the in infernal infernal inferual ¬
fernal machine himself and that It con consisted consisted consisted ¬
sisted of a candle fuse and dynamite dynamiteengine dYnamitengine dynamiteengine
engine Where he made it he would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not say y The failure to destroy the thestatue tb tbstatue thestatue
statue he said must have been due to tothe tothe tothe
the melting tallow spoiling the fuse or orInterfering orInterfering orinterfering
Interfering with the thednamite dynamite Rosseau Rosseauthen tosseau I
then gave the police tie interesting in information information information ¬
formation that he had intended mak making makIng naking ¬
ing a second attempt to blow up the thestatue thestatue thestatue
statue this time witha timeclock ma machine machint machine ¬
chine As it was difficult to get past pastthe pastthe pastthe
the sentries after aff r nightfall he intended intendedgoing Intend intendedgoing d dSoing
going to the arsenal at about dusk ar arrange arrange arrange ¬
range the infernal machine so that It Itwould Itw itwould
would w uld explode at about midnight and andthen andthen andthen
then hang it on the statue according to toCaptain toCaptain toCiptain
Captain Donghy DonghyPolice DonaghPolice DonkghyPolice
Police Were Correct
Regarding the sending of the mfern mfernmachine infernal infernalmachine infernalmachine
machine to the steamer TJmbria Ros Rosseau Roseau Roeseau ¬
seau eau said that the police report of o all allhis allhis allhis
his movements after the Umbtia incihim incident inci metdent
i dent up to tq tlip time the they lost track of ofhIm ofhim
him was correct Where he has been beenbetween beenbetween
between May Ia 1303 a aJld d last week he hewill betJIl
will not say always replying That is isfor Isfor isfor
for you to find out outHe outHe outHe
He said he made part of the Umbria TjmbriaInfernal Umbriainfernal I IInf
Infernal Inf rnal machine In Chicago and then thentook thentook thentook
took It to New Te Tea York in a trunk Th Thtrunk Thtrunk Tile Tiletrunk <
trunk he said was not strong enough enoughso
so he purchased one better suited for forthe forthe forthe
the machine In New York he obtained obtaineda
a a ro room r Jui > m at ti Mrs jus Irs Currys 7 7finished place and there therellnished thereilnished
finished the work of making the ma machine machine machine ¬
chine He admitted writing the note noteto noteto noteto
to Police Commissioner Greene which whicnThe whichread whichread
I IThe
read readThe The Mafia greets you and wishes you youveil JOUcll youwell
veil cll The society has declared de lared war war3ritish wragainst waragainst
against England a anti has ordered the de detruction destr
str truction ction oC een every steamer flyi flying the theBritish theBritish
British flag that sails out or jv jvrhe New ew York Yorkhe YorkThe
The he society has undertaKen to c cYork clear rew IewYork rewYork
York harbor of British ships end it will willsucceed willsucceed I ISTtCewas
succeed succeedIt
0 0It
STtCewas It was this note of warning that led ledto ledto ledto
to the finding of the trunk before it was wasplaced waspaced WSpaced
paced on the steamship steamshipGave steamshipGave steamshipGave
Gave No1 Motive MotiveThe MotiveTht MotiveThe
The prisoner was wscisselY closely questioned queSGoned re regarding resJtrdlng regarding ¬
garding the motive for blowing up the theUmbria theUmbria theUmbria
Umbria but was noncommittal He said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that he was born In America and that thathe thathe thathe
he was s a farmer Where hore In America he hewas htwas hewas
was born and where his present home I Ihe i8 i8he ishe
he would not say sayHe sa saH saylie
He H admitted his name was ns not Gassier GesalerRosseau Ges GassierRossenu ltr ltrRosscau
Rosseau He said i1e le e had read much muchand muchand muchand
and that he was a student of social socialeconomy socialeconom socialeconomy
economy He took the name of Gessler GesslerRossenu GesslerROISRU GesslerRoseau
Roseau because two of his ideals idealshad Idealshad idealshad
had those names Albrecht Gessler the thekilled theSwiss theSwIss
Swiss dictator who tradition says mysj was waskilled waskHld
killed by William llIIam Tell in Ir 1307 I3O and andeoJcan andeoJcanJ andJeanJcquos Jean JeanJarquos
Jarquos J tQUC8 Rousseau the French philosopher philosopherand
and writer who died in 1778 1778Captain 1mC 177kCaptain
Captain C ptafn Ikmaghy naghy said Rosseau would wouldrot wouldrot wouldrot
rot say sa anything of the Owen Kelly af affair ath affatr ¬
fair h and the police ouce believe he knows knowsnothing knowsnothing
n nothing thlng about jt ft 1 In reply rapl to a question questionas
as to his motive mot vo In calling on Patrick PatrickKelly PatrickK PatrickKelly
Kelly K lh he said saidNot saidNot
Not After Money MoneyJ Moneydldilt
J didnt expect to Ret t any an money be because beau5e because ¬
cause I did didnot not think ha hI had any
H0 H was also a1sosnent silent regarding rog rdlng the Toys Toysterious m mysterlous tS tSterlpus
terious societies socieUoshc he spoke of for dynaralt dynaraltIngshJps dynamltfe
one IngshJps fe fehIP5 hIP5 and wouldriot Incriminate any anyone an anJh anyone ¬
oneThe The Jh police after S they the concluded their theirsubject theirus theirsoating
us soating oatlru pocQi expressed 1 belief bellefo
o th thatsh4 Lmtt iv5htt th they term J li lQerJal1 nerleaniatJe
13 iatJe r t qhl zaCjttha tl t Is sa sane JOIt 9V9r 9V9rsutgede every
subject sutgede exepl < ttept those of an international internationalcharacter internationalcharacter
character h racteJ
Appointment Will f Be Sent to tothe tothe tothe
the Council Tonight Tonighti TonightGEORGE TonightGEORGE TonightGEORGE
FL jAYOR AYOR YOR MORRIS will send to tile tItecltJ
M I VI j city council at t the meeting meetingnight meeUnc0111It t titight
night the appointment of ofsv George GeorgeW
W V Riter to be city engineer to succeed s sreed suc ¬
reed l ed Geoge w V Snow whole redgnatlonwJJl resignation
will also go to the coondl dfl tonignt Tfceappointment The Theappointment rI1eoppointment
appointment of Mr Riter will come as asnever asa asa
a surprise for the le8GI1 rts that he haS haSnvr baanever
never been mentioned In connection connectionwith couneetlonwith connectkiwith
with the office At the same time u the theappointment theapTolntment tbaaprointment
appointment is highly ht hJ commended eolftm toy ¬
men who know the yomg y engineer eagLne wen
He te l a graduate of Leland Stanford Stanforduniversity Staalordunlvendt SforduniversIty
university unlvendt and although But ut at little over
99 years ears of age has already won Oft reee reeenition reeetr reeeliitlon
nition as a thoroughly competent eem etent en engineer eagineer engineer ¬
gineer Recently he has been in charge chargeof c chareof
of the > work of the Eureka Kill 1I1 1I1eompany Mink Minkcompany Mining
company He is a brother of W W
Riter president of the Deaeret De eret Savings Sa
bank and is an active membeV JDembe of the
University club clubMr clubMr clubMrRitenissaidtopoessaesd
Mr MrRitenissaidtopoessaesd Riter is said to poasesa a good
faculty fa u It for looking afir ter detail talht and 0
thisfctculty will iII be of value to toe rtty
in connection c nnecioi wit witfl UII II the Big Cotton CottoeWOQod CottoeWOQodwater Cottonwodwater wood
water plan This wont win also give Y
Mr rr Riter an opportunity to make a arecord areeord arecord
record for himself an opportunity titat
his friends saywill not be overlooked
George W Snow Sno retires from rom the tof of ¬
fice to take up an oil enterprice in In
diana with George A Snow and omc me
eastern capitalists There rht is a tronic
sentiment in favor of making lnakln him con consulting COIIulUn consuiting ¬
suiting ulUn engineer for the purpose purpo e of hav av y
in lag the benefit bene t of his h knowledge and ex experience experience oxperience ¬
perience while the work wnr of ofthe increasing
the city water ater supply is going 01 torw forward
It is thought that with an engineer like
George W Y Riter in charge of Ut the w wwitlt wee WGI WGIwith
with witl A F Doremus and Georre
Snow as consulting engineers the in ¬
terests teres is of the city would ould be in safe
hands handsPATCHING
Livestock Men Will Likely Work WorkTogether WorkTogether
Together in Spite of the theSplit theSplit
Split SplitDenver SplitDenver SplitDenver
Denver Jan 15 I5NtgotlatiODll Negotiation hare been
opened op < ned by the officers of the Xattoaat
Livestock Liv tock association with the American
Cattle Growers Gcow nr association which way wa
or organized in this city lty last Friday by et
ttemen who seceded from the theennvention Meetawnf
convention with a view to estabUofclnef eStabIIPk
harmonious relations between tbe two or
ganisations The National LivestOCk as ¬
sociations board of control eontro has decided
to meet In this city ity OB May 9 next on
which date the American Cattle Orow1 w
era association will 11 hot U Ite convention convention1ere Uoa
1ere Je Meantime the thxeeuflr execUtive committee eomnsttteof
of both bot h ACKaolxattona will make effort to
liarnMHtixe their intcwaata t In bg >
laws and JMI constitutions conltuUOIlSlt It W pf i < > to
hav have the new association of catue gro 5row 5rowers
ers 15 affiliate with tire thepereot parent orsnfcqk erani
tion exactly exacti as does the National Wool
Growers association sso < iaUoQ President Frank
J Hagenbarth Hagenb rth and several members of
the executive e committee of the National NaU aat
Livestock association have nav applied for ZorITemblrshl formembership or ormembership
membership ITemblrshl in th the Cattle Growers Growerselation aato associatlon aatociation
elation believing that It can be made ot
benefit 10 o the united livestock interests interestsof
of the couiurj couiurjREUGIOUS counryRELIGIOUS
Rome Jan 15 l 15The The religious relicloUBorden order
strongly supported by b Cardinal Vive jr
Tuleo are urging th the Vatican to prcm ptt
for tli toe payment of the Malle money awarded
by the United States for the purchase of
the friars lands in the Philippines PbUlpp The TheVatican TIlevatican Thevatican
Vatican ha < replied rftl that th t nothing cn C D W
done in the uremises urem Sf08 until Archbishop Arcll ArcllA
AKius A ju the apostolic deegate to tbe Phil ¬
ippines > t arrives at Manila and make makatreport hlK hlKreport b
report on the situation situationNOTED situationI situationNOTED
Berlin Jan 15 1 lCount > Count Arthur Botha Bot
Euienberg EulE > nbt > rg has committed suicide at Bar
taN tanstein tansteinCount La netein neteinCount > tein teinCount
Count Arthur Eulcnbenr was bora 3mm Ja
14 1853 hap served in the army and M
sided at GaUijgen near Bartanatein BartanateinVIEWPOINT BartanatebaGa HartansteinVIEWPOINT
Railway Legislation Will Raault in inL inLess
L Less S6 Pay
Boston Jan 15 15In In an address beiora bet
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Enxi Enxianniversary En Engineers
dh division 4iou 61 on the occasion oC its fortieth torttettaDDlversary fortiethanniversary
anniversary today President Laden Tot
Ue of the Boston Maine railroad railroadof spotee spoteeof n nof
of President Roosevelts urozxwnU nro th 1 1ndlroad thrailroad t trailroad
railroad rates be regulated ulated under undergresgiona undergresJ5ional cen cengressiona
gresgiona supervision and authority
Mr 11 Tuttle declared deelar that such i pal polteT
if i f carried out o must inevitably affect affectncomes u
incomes i of the 17WB080 1 persons p I8OnS who traM
their livelihood directly from the rail railroads ra raroads railreeds ¬
roads He did not think it had be been beencould n en encould r rcould
could be shown that the makers of the theconstitution theconstitution theconstitutIon
constitution ever had any other tbougfct th thn
in I n mind in connection with the delegation delegationto delega
to congress on < ress of tb the power to regulate ulate inter interstate IattIIsrnte Intorstate ¬
state commerce mmerce relations than a well de ¬
fined Intent to forever prevent th the theUon eve evetion asstlon
tion by b any state of 0 any eu customsor customs ts tartttk tartttkor
or other barriers brrir that sbeuld seuld be b a an anstructio t e eHtructiou
merce merceThe merceThe Htructiou to the free fre currents curent of o Com Commerce t centmerce ¬
The Te railroads ralrds in ISIS H heaaid he ad ald were wereable weable e eable
able only to pay pa their shareholder shrhld an anaverage a anaverage
average aerae dividend divided of less Je than 3 per pr cent centand cnt coAtand
and an any an further general generl reduction ructon of rates ratesmust raisemust
must necessarily neesriy be followed folowe by a a reduc reduction reducties re ¬ I IOR
ties OR of operating operatlll expenses expensesWILL expn expensesWILL ru
Boys on Charge Chae of Theft Not to to o Bs BsPunished BePuishe Enpunishet
Punished PunishedLeslie Puishe PuisheL punishetLeslie
Leslie L 1 Henderson Hedern and an James Jat Orecvs Gt Gti Gre > v vie
10 i and adl 11 years yer of a 88 age respi re rsspieUV5ly etiv U ly wire wireArrested wortarrtste wrtarrested
Arrested arrtste yesterday yeter ay afternoon atr for stealm stealma Ptf > aHn aHna
a a number l mbpr of rings rjn from John Jon Helds art artand ar ar arand
and stationery stUoner store stor at W South Main Mainstreet llaiE llaiEstret Maltstreet
street stret They Th Y admitted adRltted that tha they hai haitaken hadtake haitaken
taken take the rings r about 4but a wek week ago whil whilofficers whl whIlthey
they wer were in the store a and b begged Jt1 11 I Iofficers
officers offcrs to let them thm go and sl they tey would wouldreium woulo woulUreturn
return the stolen property propertyBoth pGrty pGrtyBth propertyBoth
Both Bth boys by attend aten the te Lafayette Layete school schooland chlanti hn I Iand
and said s i kl that tht they thfY had givemslweral cral of oftho t f fthe
tho rings ring away Ra to their thei s seholmbes sehoolmtes geu hoolm tes Th Thboys ThbYS The Theboys
boys bYS were released rles but will l be b arraigned arraignedtoday araignEd araignEdtodl arraignedtoday
today todl r before beforf Judge Judg Diehl but on 01 their theirpromise their thetrrmmlee
promise rrmle that they thty will wi return rttura the property propertythey prptty prpttythe propertythey
they the will wil have another chance chanceSMUGGLING c co ehfleiSMUGGLINGIN
Several Severl Prominent Prmntnt Persons Paron Indicted Indictedby Indictedby dicted dictedby
by Grand Grad Jury JuryGalveston JuryGalveton JuryGalveston
Galveston Galveton Tex Jan Ja J5 1Th j5TLa The federal federalBrand federalgrand edrl edrlGnd
Brand Gnd JUry jtr has r retur returned tura d indictments indictmentsagainst 1nlctmens 1nlctmensagulnst indictrnensagainst
against several severl nromrlt nromliwmt citizens cUfo of ofBrownsville ofBrownsville t tBrownsvle
Brownsville Brownsvle charging chargnr them with wih smug smuggling smugglng smuggling ¬
gling glng The persons peron Involved Jvolve are Influen Influential Intuf infhteatial ¬
tial It Itjs Js alleged allge that smuggling smugglng has hasbeen basbeen hasileen
been been carried crre on upon uPo an extensive ext he scale scaletho 6al ea1 t tthe
the to oaeratora 0ertol using ung Mexicans lIecns to trans transport trn t nans nansport ¬
port their teIr goods gods and securing seuring enough enouKbprofit enou enoughprofit h hprft
profit prft upon the articles arUele smuggled smucle to be beable beabl b bable
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