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THE SALT LARK HERALD MONDAY lIO jAY JAK J JAN23 23 1905 1905
SWAYNE SWA YNE TRIAL TRIALABOUT TRtALABOUT TRIALABOUT
ABOUT TO BEGIN BEGINSenate BEGINSenate BEGINSenate
Senate Will Wil Be Transformed TransformedInto
Into a Court of Justice JusticeSTATEHOOD JusticeSTAlEHOoii
4 4STATEHOOD
STATEHOOD STAlEHOoii IN BACKGROUND BACKGROUNDBAILBOAD BACKGROUNDRAOA BACKGROUNDRAILROAD
RAILROAD RAOA BATES RS BILL IL TO COME COMEUP COItEUP
UP U IN I THE TH HOUSE HOUSEWashington HOUSEWashington HOUSEWashington
Washington Jan an 22 22The The United UnitedStates Unied UniedStat6 UnitedStates
States Stat6 senate this week will wi transform transformItself transCormIteI transformLtseIf
Itself IteI Into Int a a court e urt of justice justce for the thetrial thetral thetrial
trial tral of Impeachment charges against againstJudge agaInstJude againstJudge
Judge Jude Charles Swayne of Florida FlorIda Offi Official Ot 0111cia ¬
cia Ial information informaton of the action of the thethat theho thehouse
ho house s havIn bn been given i It Is expeted expetedthat expected expectedthat
that notice notce of the senates readiness readinessto
to hear the charges will wll be conveyed conveyedto conve ed edto
to the house Immediately Immedatel after afer It con convenes conenes conVenes ¬
venes enes on Monday The managers on be behalf bebalf behalf ¬
lIona
half of o the house will w1 bring themselves themselvesbefore themselvesbetore themselvesbefore
before the he bar of the senate sente and read readthe readthe readthe
the charges The next step In the pro process procas process ¬
charies
cess cas wil will be the organization orizaton of the thecourt thevour
court vour but bu this probably will wi be ue post postponed pst pstponed postponed ¬ I
poned until unti Tuesday TuesdaySenators Tesday TesdaySenators S SSenators
Sworn SwornEach SwornEach
Senators Wil Will Be 1e Swor
Each of the senators will wi be sworn swornIn swornin I
In by either eiter the chief justice justce or one oneof oneof oneof
of the justices jutces of o the supreme court courtJudge curt courtJudge
Judge Swayne will wi then be notified that thatthe t1at t1atthe thatthe
the senate is about abt to begin a trial tra of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the charge against aginst him and he will willbe wi willbe
be given a a reasonable time tme to reply replyIt replYI
It I is understood undertood that after afer the pro proceedings proc procedings ¬
ceedings c edlng are begun beg they te will wil be con continued contnue continued ¬
tinued tnue with th as little ltte interruption interrpton as aspossible a aspossible
possible until untl after ater their conclusion concluion It ItIs I Itis
Is not probable prbable however that the pres present pregent present ¬
ent week eek will wil witness wines more than the thepreliminaries theprelminares thereliminarIes
preliminaries preliminariesStatehood prelminares
prelminaresSttehood Statehood Sttehood BilL BilLThe 1il BillThe
The managers maaer of the te joint statehood statehoodbill statehod statehodbil statehoodbill
bill bil are very hopeful of securing an anagreement anageement anagreement
agreement ageement to vote on that t1at measure be helore betore before
lore the close of the te week week The op opponents op10nents opponents ¬
ponents 10nents of the te bill bl do not admit this thispossibility thIsposslbity thispossibility
possibility posslbity but those senators sen tor who feel feelconfident feelconfident feelconfident
confident that tat the acceptance acc ptace of ot some someof soe soef someof
of f the amendments aendment likely lkely to arise aise from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the question quesion say sy that they tey will wi be pre prepared pr prepared ¬
pared pad to vote as soon son as a the discussion discussionIs
Is exhausted eauted It I Is said the intention intentionof intenton intentonot
of Senator Senatr Beverldge Beyerdge Is I to keep kep the bill billto bi billto
to o the te front trnt as a much as possible until untilit unti untilIt
The fortifications fortificationsappropriation fortificationsappropriation
it Is voted upon Te forificatons forificatonsappropraton
appropriation appropraton bill bl which was pending pendingwhen pendingwhen pendingw1zen
when the senate adjourned adjourne on Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day will il b be taken taen up again agin on Monday 3Iondayand Mondayand Mondayand
and will wIl hold the attention atteton of the sen senate senate senate ¬
ate until uti disposed dispose of ofEulogies ofElogies ofEulogies
Eulogies Elogies on the late Senator Hoar Hoarwill Hor Horwl Hoarwill
wl will be delivered delver next net Saturday SaturdayBAILBOAD SaturdayOA SaturdayRATLBOAD
BAILBOAD OA BATES BATESHouse RTES RTESRoue RATESHouse
House Roue Is I About to Tackle Tacke a a Tough ToughProposition ToughPropositon ToughProposlUon
Proposition PropositionWashington Propositon PropositonVashington ProposlUonWashington
Washington Jan 22 22Unless Unless legisla legislation legislation Iegiation ¬
tion for government go crn1cnt ratemaking1 ratemking for forthe forthe forthe
the railroads raIrad shall shal be injected Injecte into the thehouse theouse thehouse
house ouse next net week the legislative leglslate work workdays workdays workS
S days will 11 be devoted devote to the annual ap appropriation appropraton appropriation ¬
propriation propraton bills bts No programme progmme on onthe 01 onS
S the rate rte question quesion has been bee agreed up upon upon ¬ 1 1on
on However the introduction intrducton of the theHepburn theHeburn theBepburn
Hepburn Heburn bill bi on the subject subjet Saturday Saturdayand Saturdayand Saturdayand
and the long consideration consideraton that has hastoeen hasben hasbeen
been ben given the matter In committee commitee in indicate Indicate indicate ¬
dicate that the house soon will wi be beasked beasked beasked
asked to give gve consideration consideraton to the prop proposition prOpositon prOposition ¬
osition ositionThe ositon ositonThe ositionThe
The District of Columbia appropri appropriation appropr appropriation ¬
ation aton bill bi has the right of way and andfollowing andolowing andfollowing
following olowing this the pension appropriation appropriationDill appropraton appropratonbUI
Dill and the postoffice postoftce supply measure measureare measureare measureare
are next in line lne These Thee measures measuresdoubtless measuresdoubUee
doubtless doubteA will wil consume the week with withsome withsome withsome
some minor measures measurs that may be giv given glven ¬
gv gven
en a a little lt1e tune tuneFRENCH tie tieFRENCH timeFRENCH S
FRENCH BARK BOSSUET BOSSUETHAD BOSSUETHAD BOSSIJETHAD
HAD A NARROW ESCAPE ESCAPESan
San Francisco Francsco Jan 3an 22 2The 22The The French Frenchbark Frenchbark Frenchhark
bark Bossuet coalladen calladen from Austra Australia Ausr Austra1ia ¬
lia la had a peculiar pecular and dangerous dangerus ex experience experence experience ¬
perience perence last 1at night She came Into port portunder prt prtunder portunder
under full sail and dropped droppe both an anchors a anchors ¬
chors chor near Alcatraz Alcatrz Island Both an anchor anchor anchor
chor plates tore away awaY and the anchors anchorsand anchorsand
and chains went to the bottom The Thebark Thebark Thebark
bark at the mercy of the wind Ind and andtide andtide andtide
tide was drifting driftng to the Island when whensail whensi whensail
sail si was was quickly qulcd hoisted and the yes vessel yessd ¬
sel sd el escaped escape going on the rocks rcks by fifty fiftyfeet ffty fftyfeet fiftyfeet
feet The he captain cptain decided deided that his only onlysafety onlysafety onlysafety
safety was in beaching the bark and andshe an anbe andshe
she be was steered on to the mud flats fats at atBerkeley atBerkeley atBerkeley
Berkeley She was wa taken oft of today todayhaving todayhavIng todayt
t having sustained susaed little Uttc damage damageLONDON dmage dmagelONDON damageH
H LONDON LONDONSTOCKEXCHANGE LONDONSTOCKEXCHANGEUnsettled STOCK EXCHANGED EXCHANGEDUnsettled EXCHANGEUnetted
Unsettled Unetted Conditions Conditons Prevent Heavy HeavyInvestment HeavyInvestment
Investment InvestmentLondon Investent InvestentLndon InvestmentLondon
London Lndon Jan 22 2The 22The The stock exchange exchangebecame exchangebecame exchangebecame
became sluggish with considerable considerble un uneasiness uneasIness uneasiness ¬
easiness at the end of the week result resultant resultant resultnnt ¬
ant on the disturbed condition conditon or affairs affairsin
in Russia Rusia Continental Contnentl bourses boures becom becoming becoming becoming ¬
ing weak accompanied a by a 8 selling sellingpressure selng selngpressure sellingpressure
pressure from that quarter considera considerably conslderabl considerably ¬
bly bl depressed the foreign section secton here herewhich herewhich herewhich
which recently recenty has been upheld by pur purchases purhases purhases ¬
hases in Parisand P Paris rlsand and Berlin Berln Despite Despie the thefact thefac thefact
fact fac that a plentiful pleUrulsupplY supply of money moneyIs
Is available aalobIe for investment the public publicis
is still stl holding 111ding aloof pending more set settled settled settied ¬
tled conditions cnditons though slightly slghty more moreInterest moreinteret moreInterest
Interest interet was manflsted mantisted the last few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days in Americans which hlch were com comparatively comparatvely cornparatively ¬
paratively paratvely bright and firm frm against aginst ad adveree adere adverse
verse ere conditions conditons the coalers coaler perhaps perhapsshowing perhapsshowing perhapsshowing
showing most strength Thfe T Tb Reading Readingshares Reding Redingshares Readingshares
shares marked a substantial substntal rise on the theweek theeelt theweek
rse
week eelt due to the reported smallness smalnes of ofavailable of1l ofavailable
available 1l nable stocks of coal and persistent persistentSupport persistentsupport eritent eritentI
I Support In New York Kaffirs I fr have hav been beenunsettled beenunsetted beenunsettled
unsettled and weak owing to continen continental ¬
unsetted contnen contnental
tal sales sles and ad false reports of a strike strikeof strikeot strikeof
of Chinese coolies cooles
MURDERED THE THEGUARD THEGUARDCircassiars GUARD GUARDCircassians GUARDCircassians
I
Circassiars Circassians at Slavini sr vin Revolt Revoltand Revol Revoltand
and Put 200 20 Russians Russiansto
to Death DeathVictoria DeathVictoria DeathVictoria I
I IIan
Victoria B C Jan 22 22Captin 22Captain Captain Or Orlan OrIan
Ian Cullen Culen representative rcprescntatye of the Im Imperial Imperial Impenal ¬
perial Marine arine association associaton of Toklo rer rercelved re reelved received
celved a cablegram cblegram from Constantino Constantinople Constantno Constantnople ¬
ple tonight to the effect efect that 1500 150 Cir Circassians Circsslnns Circassians ¬
cassians csslnns had revolted revolfd ana killed kied the theRussian theRussian
Russian guard gard numbering 200 20 at Sla Slavini Slavlnl Slavini ¬ I
vini in the Caucasus Caucsus and that Rus Russians Russtans Rueshins ¬
shins and Turks in large numbers were werecrossing wer werecrossing
crossing crssing the frontier fronter Into the Caucasus Caucasusto CUcus CUcust
to t spread revolution revoluton In Titus Tlts province provinceTiflis provinceTifll rovlnce rovlnceTif
Tiflis Tif city ciy is practically rctealJ In a a Jtte state of ofsiege ofsiege ofsiege
siege he said and andcommunlcaUon communication is ishad ishad ishad
had only by dispatch bearers bearersCaptain bearersCaptain bearersCaptain
Captain Cullen Culen states tonight that he le
has hs received further furher cables from frm Con Constantinople Constntnople Ofl Oflslitntinople ¬
stantinople stntnople stating sttng that l large Uge numbers numbersof
of refugees mostly mosty Jews are rushing rushinginto rushInginto rushingInto
into Turkish territory terrto and the sultan sultanhas sulan sultanhas
has placed the barracks barcks of the he Impe Imperial lpe ixnperial ¬
rial guards at Constantinople Constantnopl at the thedisposal thethsposal
disposal of the refugees Sir ir Nicholas NicholasOConnor NicholasOConnor NicholasOConnor
OConnor British Briih minister and Amer American American ¬
ican Minister Lelshmann have hn ve been ap appointed apa appointed
pointed a committee commite to look after arer the thewants theant theanth
wants ant anth of the refugees The Armenian ArmenianHunchJgist Arenian ArenianIunthiglst ArmenianHunehigist
HunchJgist Iunthiglst society societ3at at Constantinople Constantinoplehas Constantnople
has issued a proclamation prolamaton calling calng to all allArmenians al allArmenians
Armenians to assist asist the revolutionists revolutionistsand revolutOnist
and numbers of Armenians continue contnue to tocross tocross tocross
cross the frontier frnUer to assist the te Kurds KurdsArmenians Kurd KurdsAmenians
Armenians A menlans and Circassians Circas ians beleagurer
ing TIlIIs TIlIIsPORTO T1s T1sPORTO TillisPORTO beleagrer
PORTO RiCAN RICANSCHOOLS RICANSCHOOLSAccommodation SCHOOLS SCHOOLSAccommodation SCHOOLSAccommodaton
Accommodation Accommodaton for Only OneFifth OneFft of ofthe ofte ofthe
the te Children ChildrenWashington Chldren ChldrenVashlngton ChildrenWashington
Washington Jan 3on 22 22The The annual re report report report ¬
port of the commissioner of education
for Porto Rico Rco Samuel McCune educaton Lind Lindsay LtndSy Lindsay ¬
say made public publc T by > y the Interior de department deartment department
partment today says sa s that at the be beEnning begnning begnnlng
Enning of the present school year
yea
there were approximately approxmately 1200 public publicschools publc publcschools publicschools I
schools in operation oerton in Porto Rico Rco in involving involvIng Involving ¬
volving an annual outlay outay of 700000
This the the report says sa3s is the maximum maximumamount maimum maimumamount maximumamount
amount that that the finances fnances of the Insu ¬
lar government will wil permit perit The re report rcpCrt reprt ¬
port suggests that increase of taxation taxationis
is unadvisable that the receipts from frm
tfce present taxes will increase some somevhat somevhat
vhat hat with the growth grwth in value of tax taxable tx txable taxable ¬
able property and will wi permit of some someshght somesJght
shght sJJht Increase Increae in the school school fund
The report says however that the
1200 schools furnished furished accommodation
accommodaton
for only onefifth oneflh of the population populaton of ofschool ofschool ofschool
school age ae From Frm one million miion dollars dolars to
three million mlion dollars dolars a year in addition
additon additono
to o all al insular and local appropriations appropriationscould
appropriatons appropriatonscruld
could cruld be spent profitably pro f tabl3 on the th
schools No money is being spent on oneuucatlonal one oneuucational
euucatlonal e ucatonal frills fris or experiments experimentsCrTlTP expcriment expcrimentGR experimentsGRIP
GRIP GR COLDS COU5SLaxative COLS COLSLaxatve COLDSLaxative
Laxative Laxatve Bromo Quinine the world worldwide worldwide worldwide ¬
wide Cold and ad Grip remedy removes
the cause Call Cal for the full ful name and
look for signature sigature of E W Grove 25c 25cFOUND 25cFOUND c cFOUND
FOUND VALUABLE LACES LACESCustoms LACESCstoms LACESCustoms
Customs Cstoms Collector Colector Invaded Invded the Chad Chadwick Chadwck Chadwick
wick wck Some SomeCleveland ffomeCleveland I
Cleveland Jan an 22 2 United rnlcd States StatCus Cue ¬ I
toms Collector Coleor Leach Leaeh has found valuable i
ivories and laces belonging belongng to Mrs lr Cassie
L L Chadwick In the Chadwick home Cssie on
Euclid Eucld avenue Mr Leach Is I going to
learn whether duty dut has been paid upon
the articles artcle all al of which have been Im Imported Imported Imported ¬
ported The goods were taken to the of ¬
flee of Receiver Nathan Loeser and will
be examined by an a expert They Tey wi are aresaid aresid aresaid
said sid to be worth at least 10000 100 If I it is isshown Isshown isshown
shown that the duty has not been ben paid paidupon paidupon paidupon
upon the goods they will wi be sold to re recover recoer recover ¬
cover the duty and ad the surplus srvlus proceeds proceedswill proceds procedswl proceedswill
will wl become cart of the fund which Mr Ir
Loescr Loeer Is accumulating accumulatng for the benefit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Chadwick creditors creditorsWHAT creditorsWHAT creditorsS creditorsWHAT
S
WHAT MR KEYSER THINKS THINKSSends THINKSSnds THINKSSends
Sends Snds a a Note X te and 50 to the Pire Fe De Department Departet Department ¬
partment partmentChief partet partetChief partmentChief
Chief Bywater of the fire fre department departmentreceived departmentreceive departmentreceived
received receive a 50 check and a note from fromAaron fromAaron fromAaron
Aaron Keyser thanking the chief and andhis andhis andhis
his boys bys for their prompt and efficient efficientwork eficient eficientwcrk efficientwork
work In putting putIng out the fire tre In the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house owned o ed by him at 142 12 East Sec Second Seccnd Seeend ¬
end South street the afternoon afernoon of the the20th the2Qth the20th
20th of this month The blaze had hadstarted hadstrted hadstarted
started strted from an overheated furnace furnaceand furnacemd furnaceand
and was wa making considerable headway headwaywhen headwaywhen headwaywhen
when the brigade arrived arrved on the scene sceneThe sceneThe sceneThe
The chief says sa s the complimentary complmentar note notewas notewas notewas
was as pleasing to him as the 50 50HEADON 50HEADON 50S 50HEADON
S
HEADON COLLISION COLLISIONPour
Pour Trainmen Trainen Killed led and Two Pa Patally Fataly Patally
tally taly Injured InjuredMIddlesboro Inj InjuredMiddlesbore red redlUddlcboro
MIddlesboro lUddlcboro Ky Jan Jan 22 2A 22A A headon
collision Colision between two freight trains on
the Louisville LouhivIle Nashville Xnllle railroad rairad at
Shawnee Tenn today resulted In the
resule
death of four railroad riroad men and the prob ¬
able fatal Injury Injur of two others te
The dead James Jae Klutz Klut fireman flran Mid
dlesboro dlesbor George Mooney Mool engineer Cor Corman
bin Will T1 Harrs Harris fireman Corbin Brake Brakeman Brakeman
man Laugrhley Lughle Norton Va VaFatally Va VsFatally
Fatally Fatly injured Inure Will vm Terry Ter engineer cn
Corbin Will VI Kllllnger Kllnger conductor cnductor Corbln CorblnFARM CorbinS netr
S S SFARM
FARM F ARM HOUSE HOUSEBURNED BURNED BURNEDPour a aour aPour
Pour our Persons Person Pejrish PjI PI11 1 in i Planies Flttnj aes s In Innorthern inNorter InNorthern
northern Norter Wisconsin WisconsinIron Wiconsi
Iron River WIs Jan 22 ZThe The residence residenceof
of George Gerge Barnes Barne one of the best rt known kown
farmers In nprthcrn norter Wisconsin Isconsin was
burned bured early erly today to toda > FoUr Fo persons per er ¬
ished ishedThe ishedThe ishedThe
The lead deadMrs leadMr leadMrs
Mrs Mr George Barnes Harts Jennie May Ia Barnes Barnesneed Barnesa Barnesaged
need a ed 7 Margina Barnes Barn aged 4 Miss MissElsie 118s 118sElsie MIssElsie
Elsie Mclster of Washburn Wash a aschool ascool aschool
school scool teacher teacherAUDIENCE taacherUDIC teacherAUDIBCE
AUDIENCE UDIC WITH WH PIUS PIUSHome PIS PIUSRome
Rome Jan 22 22Pope Pope Plus Piu X today todayreceived todayreceived odayreehe
I received reehe In private audienceMiss aucHence 18S Nel Nellie Nelle Ndlie ¬
lie le Grant Grant granddaugbter grnddaughter of the late lateGeneral lateGeneral lateGeneral
General IT t S Grant Grnt
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THIS REAL REALCLOTHINGSALE REALCLOTHINGSALEWON CLOTHING CLOTHINGSALE CLOTHINGSALEWONT SALE SALEWONT
WONT WON T LAST FOREVER FOREVERMIND FOREV OREVER OREVERIVEIND Ri RiMIND
MIND THAT THATF THATfjjlt THATfI
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fjjlt fI JIt t isnt going to t < take long to to clear clearthis clearthis leartis
this tis store of winter win ter suitings at 3t the theprices tl thepriceaprevaiilng
I prices pric priceaprevaiilng prevailing preYa ling now lOV All we ask sk of ofyou ofyou o1S o1tMs
S you this morning is to get in on 01 a agood agqod aI
I good thing ing while v ie it lasts l lastsRIaHARbON srs 1 f v v1CHARDSON F FRi
Ri RIaHARbON 1CHARDSON HAR DSON A AAMS AAMSh DAMS DAMSA
h 1 A CLOTHES CLOTiIISSHOP SHOP FOR MEN MENAt MNAt MENAil
At The Sign 12fl JTTT JTTTof
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172 I 7 2 MAIN MAI STREET
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WORKINGMEN R1ME RISE IN 1 RUSSIA RUSSIAContnued kS5IAContinued
Continued Contnued from Page Pagewere 1j 1 1were I I Iwere
were heard Later Later such expressions exprcsslon as asscoundrels asscoundrols
scoundrels scotdrols mercenaries dogs dogsand dog dogsand
and worse were heard eard A A longhaired longhairedstudent longhulredstudent longhairedstudent
student among the crowd hurled an in insulting insultng inSuIting ¬
SuIting sultng epithet at it hl hii an officer ofcer who sent a acouple acouple acouple
couple of men io i o arrest arest him The crowd crodtred crowdtried
tried tred to t rescue rscue the student student but the lat latter l latter t tter
ter was dragged drgged und kicked across the thesunlit tn tnsunlt thesunlit
sunlit sunlt square squar his long hair tossing in inthe inthe Inthe
the air The crowd crwd broke into a stream streamof
sem semof
of hoots hoot and hisses Then a young youngworkman yourg yourgworkman youngworkman
workman jeered at a soldier who ap applied appled applied ¬
plied pled his rifle rife butt and ad with wih the help helpof helpot helpof
of comrades dragged drged the workman worliman de despite dospite ¬
spite spie hkjpiteous bipieous pleadings to the lock lockup lockup lockup
up
Bloodshed Dlood hed Begins BeginsEvery BeginsEvery
egns egnsEer
Every Eer time tme the troops moved the thecrowds thecrowds thecrowds
crowds hissed them Strikers also alsogathered alaogathere alsogathered
gathered gathere at the entrance of the gran1 gran1Morekaia gra grari4Morskaia l lMonkuia
Morekaia Monkuia and on the avenue IcadJns IcadJnsto leadn leadnto leadlnto
to the Afoika canal The crowd at the thelatter thelatter
latter later place swelled sweled to huge propor proportions proportons proportions ¬
tions tons blocking the bridge across acrssthe acrssthecanal the thecanal thecanal
canal The order came at130p at 10 1Mp p m mto i into
to clear cear them tem off The colonel com commanding commnding cornmanding ¬
manding mnding the the horse hore guards ards uttered utercd a ashort ashort ashort
short sharp command cmmand the troopers troopersdrew tro tropr1sdrew Jtrs Jtrsdrew
drew their swords and advanced at a aquick aquick aquick
quick trot and then broke Into nto a gl gllop gal gallop gallop ¬
lop heading hening straight rr ror the TVIoika TVIoikawhere Moia Moiahere MoikaWhere
where here they the3 were lost in a cloud ccud of snow snowShrieks snowShrlekg snowShrieks
Shrieks from the wounded resounded resoundedThen resoundedThen resoundedThea
Then came a deadly silence sience broken brokenonly brokenonly brokenonly
only by the galloping gloping of ambulance ambulancehorses ambulancehorses ambulancehorses
horses <
Refused Rfused to Disperse DisperseThe Diserse DiserseThe DisperseThe
The next twenty minutes minues passed pased with without witl without ¬
out incident Nothing indicated the ap approach approach approacli ¬
proach of the horrible butchery which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was destined destned to stain the corner of ofthe otthe ofthe
the admiralty gardens grdens with human humanblood humanblood humanblood
blood The crowd there persisted persted In Inrefusing lnrefusing inrefusing
refusing to move on clamoring clamorlnt fCr tr the theemperor theemperor theemperor
emperor and continually contnualy hurling hurlng abuse abuseat
at the troops trops but attempted atempted no vio violence yb yblenee 10 10lence ¬
lence Two companies of the Preobran Preobranjensky PreobrarjenskJ Preobraujensky
jensky jenskJ guards guard of f which Emperor Nich Nicholas Nicholas Nicholas ¬
olas himself hims < lt was formerly forer colonel which Avhlchhad whichhad whichhad
had been standing standinl at ease in front of ofthe orthe ofthe
the palace formed foned and marched at atdoubleqaick atdoubleqlck atdoublequick
doubleqaick doubleqlck toward the fatal corrter corrterEvents corIer corIerEvents corilerEvents
Events followed with wih awful swiftness swiftnessThe swifness swifnessThe swiftnessThe
The commandins comadln officer ofcer shouted Dis Disperse DIscrs Disperse ¬
perse crs disperse disperse disperseBlood dispere dispereDlood disperseBlood
Blood Stained Staned the te Snow SnowMany Snow1lalY SnowMany
Many 1lalY in the crowd turned to flee fee but butit
it was too late A bugle sounded and andthe andthe anIthe
the men in the front ranks sank snk to totheir totheIr totheir
their knees and both companies fired firedthree firedthree firedthree
three volleys oleys the first frst two two with wih blank blank blankcrtridges blankcartridges
i cartridges crtridges and the last with wih ball b n A Ahundred Ahundred Ahundred
hundred corpses corses strewed strewe the sidewalk sidewalkMany sidewalkrany sidewalkMany
Many women were pierced through the theI theback theback
I back as they were trying to escape escapeThe escapeThe escapeThe
The Associated Press correspondent correspondentstanding orespondent orespondentstnndin correspondentstandinc
standing stnndin behind the troops trops saw sawmangled sawmangled sawmangled
mangled corpses of persons personscf of f all al ages agesand agesand agesflfld
and both bth sexes strewn on the ground groundOne groundOne groundOne
One boy b of 13 l had his skull skul pierced piercedand piercedand piercedand
and rent with wih bullets bulets Great splashes splashesand splashesand splashesand
and streams of blood stained staine the snow snowOnly snowOnl snowOnly
Only Onl a few fe of the victims ictms remained remainedalive remainedalve remainedalive
alive alve for the fatal fa al volley voley was fired fred at ata ata ata
a distance not more than twenty paces pacesand pacesand pacesand
and so 10 the ambulances had little ltte work workto wortto workto
to do The police polc recruited recrited a lar lare larenumber larenumber e enumber
number of droshkies sleighs to carry carryoff carryof carryoff
off of the dead Heart rending scenes sceneswere sceneswere scenesWere
were witnessed winessed as wives husbands and andmothers andmother andmothers
mothers mother came up u to toclahn claim their d dQat dead deadone a l lone
one and were carried off with them tem in inthe inthe
the sleighs sleighsAt sleighsAt sleighsAt
At the Ifforiskaia orkaia Entrance EntranceMeanwhile Entrnce Entrnceanwhie EntranceMeanwhile
Meanwhile anwhie the crowd had drifted drifed up upthe upthe upthe
the Nevsky prospect yelling elng uMurer uMurerers Murder Murderers ¬
ers murderers and the
murderrs te square re resumed resumed ¬
sumed its calm aspect the troops re returning returning returning ¬
turning to their stations sca ons It I was now nowthe nowthe nowthe
the turn for the crowd stationed statoned at atMorskafa atMorskaia t tMorskala
Morskafa entrance to t the square where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the horse hore guards Jars repeated renpRhi the exploit exploitwith exploitwih exploitsith
with wih which they the had cleared deare and drove drovethe dro drothe drovthe
the people pen mel mel down the thorough thoroughfare thorough1are thoroughare ¬
fare fareFrom are areFrmp
1are 1areFrnt
From Frnt thenceforward the palace palacesquare palate palatesquare palacesquare
square ceased to be the te center of In Interest interest interest ¬
terest terest The Associated AssiatEd Press Prc 5 correspon correspondent correspn correspndent correspondent ¬
dent went to the grand gand Morskaia rskaia and andstood andsto andstood
stood sto a whole hour near ner the corner crner of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Nevsky prospect The fashionable fashionablehotels fashionablehotels fashionablehotels
hotels on either side of the grand Mor Morskaia 101 101skaia Morskaia
skaia skaia were crowded but the doors doorswere doorswere doorswere
were locked except to well known visit visitors visl visitore ¬
ors Fashionable jewelers and other otherstores othprstores otherstores
stores were barred b rred and mostly most unshutteredo unshuttered unshut unshuttered ¬
tered Quite Quie a number of proriiinent proriiinentpersons prminent prminentpersons prorhinentpersons
persons stood on the sidewalks watch watching watchthe watching ¬
ing the developments Secretary Secretar Spen Spencer Spencer Spencer ¬
cer Eddy of the American embassy embassychatted embass embasschated embassychatted
chatted chated with Grand Duke Boris who whohad whohad whohad
had driven drv n upln a stylish stylsh sleigh seigh drawn drawnthe drawn drawnI drawnby
I by a magiicent magnificent trter trotter M Bompard Bompardthe
the French ambassador ambassdor drove past with withhis withhIs withhis
his wife wifeOrdered wifeOrdered wifeOrdered
Ordered to Use Plat F tof of Swords SwordsAs Sword
As a couple of squadrons of red redcapped redcaped redcapped
capped Hussars trotted tro ted by the officers officersgave otCcers otCcersgve officersgave
gave gve the command Use the flat fat fatyour of ofyour f fyour
your swords swordsWounded swordsWounded swordsWounded
Wounded Picked Up UpThen UpThen UpThen
Then the troopers trooper moved off and dis disappeared disappeared dieappeared ¬
appeared down the street the crowds crowdsshrieking crowdsshriekIng
I shrieking shreking Murderous dogs but butquickly butqulckl butquickly
quickly qulckl vanishing before them A few fewwho fewho fewho
who ho were wounded were picked Up Upand upand Upand
and conveyed to a drug drg store on the theopposite theopposie theopposite
opposite opposie corner of the Grand Morskaja Morskajaand Morskaaand Morskalaand
and the Nevsky Nevsk prospect pospect No troops troopsvere troopswere troopswere
were visible for as much as half hal an anhour anhour anhour
hour A crowd qIckly formed outside outsidethe outide outidethe outsIdethe
the drug store and an orator was found foundfor
for the occasion Standing on on n the steps stepsor st stepsOZ ps
or 0 the drug store he addressed addreed the im impromptu impromptu impromptu ¬
promptu meeting meetng meetingthus meetingthusComrades thus thusComrades thusComrde
Comrades Comrde We came humbly and andpeacefully andpecefuly andpeacefully
peacefully pecefuly to meet the emperor and lay layour layour layour
our grievances before him but the em emperor emperor emperor ¬
peror refuses rfuses to see us and instead insteadsoldiers insteadsoldier insteadsoldiers
soldiers soldier were sent to shoot us down downThen downThen downThen
Then all al I can say is h he is no emper emperor ¬
or 0
Down Dow With the Emperor EmperorDown EmperorDown EmperorDown
Down with wih the emperor shouted shoutedthe shoutedthe shoutedthe
the crowd crowdWe crowdVe
S
We Ve have suffered sufered under und r the sway swayof swayor swayor
or the chinovnlks chinovnlk said the speaker speakerDown speakerDown speakerDown
Down with the chinovinks chinovinksWe
We hoped for redress but hope is isno isno isno
no longer possible we can win our ourrights ourrIghts ourrights
rights only by fighting fightingDown fghtng fghtngDown fightingDown
Down with wih the autocracy yelled yelledthe yeled yeledthe yelledthe
the crowd crowdOur crowdOur crowdOur
Our only onl chance lhance of orodres redress is from fromrepresentatives fromI
I I representatives reresentatves of ot the people p ole Long
I live the constitutional consttutonal assembly assemblyThen assemblyThen assemblyThen
Then all I have to say is to arms armscomrades armscomrades
I comrades to arms armsTo ars arsTo armsTo
To arms was the thunderous re response response response ¬
sponse
Aroused Aoused to Frenzy PrenzyThe FrenzyThe reny renyThe
The crowd now aroused to a state of offrenzy otfrenzy offzenzy
frenzy at the th sight of the wounded woundedvho woundedho woundedvho
vho ho were being brought out of the thedrug thedrug thedrug
drug store and placed in an ambulance ambulancesaluted ambulanceSaluted
saluted them as martyrs martyr Every Ever bead beadwas headwa beaclwas
was wa uncovered uncvered as the victims vIctms were wereconveyed werece wereConveyed
conveyed ce yeyed away awayThe awa3 awayThe
The wilder wider element in the crowd had hadnow hadnow hadnow
now got the upper hand and proceeded proceededto
to attack atack every ever officer otlcel in sfght A Ageneral
general generl driving up the Nevsky Ne8k pros prospect proapct prospoet ¬
poet pct was mobbed with wih shouts of Mur Murderer ur urdeTr
derer deTr His sword was captured captur d as 1S a atrophy atrophy
trophy troph the crowds shouting shoutng Hurrah HHurrahGenera HurrahGeneral HurrahGeneral
General Genera Stunned StunnedAnother Stnned StunnedAnother
Another general was wa wa nearly dragged draggedfrom drgged drggedfrom draggedfrom
from his sleigh but clutched clutehed the driv driver drh ¬
er r desperately and In escaping osca ing was wasstruck wastruck wasstruck
struck on his bald head by a glass bot bottie botte
tie tit and stunned Swords were wrenched wr nched
from several passing officers oficers and the thecrowd thecrowd thecrowd
crowd shouted Break Brak their swords swordsbut swordsbut swordsbut
but do not beat them themThe themTht themThe
The Tht appearance appearnee of several companies companiesof
of infantry restored restord order ordfr but ut the thecrowds theclowds tiiccrowds
crowds refused to disperse and several severalvolleys severalvOleys severalvolleys
volleys vOleys were fired and a number of ofpeople ofpeople
people peple killed kled Half a dozen policemen policemenwtre pOlcemen pOlcemenWE policemenEre
wtre WE Ere re surrounded by a crowd In inn a aneighboring a aneighboring
neighboring n ig1boring side street steet The policemen pOlcemen policemendrew
drew crcw their revolvers revolver and fired and one oneo
of o them was killed kled by a comrades comrdes mis misdirected mlsJrected mIsdirected ¬
directed fire flreLed fireLed
fre freLd
Led Ld by father Gopon GoponThere GoponThere GoponThere
There was a very ver dramatic dramatc scene at attho atthe atthe
the Narvo Naro gate gte when Father F ther Gopon Goponin
in golden lden vestments bearing bearng atom atomand an anikonand
ikonand n and 1d flanked lankedlY by 4vclergyzi 4vclergyzitnirrytng tW w clergyman clergymanearryms clerSm r rt
earryms t tnirrytng rm religious rclgQu3 4 bthinere > annertB nn appruachqil dppru pprach chcI chcIat
at the th head of the procession at a StfOO
workfnen workipen Troops Trops were re drawn up upt upacro t
across acro the entrance entrance Several times timesi timesan
an officer fcer caled called upn upon the procession tmes tmesan to tostp1 I
i stop stoPJbU but Father athex Gopon Go on did not falter falterI faler
I Then hen anprder an 9rder was as given n to fire re first firstwIthr j
with 1h blank I k cartridges crtridges g Two volleys volleysrang vole3 volleysrang frst
rang out out but the line still did not notwaver notw notwavej
waver w ycf Then with wih seeming seentin reluctance reluctanceair reluctace reluctaceaIr
air officer oficr gave the command command to load loadwthball l leadwIthbaIl ad
wthball llhQ n and ud the next n xt volley was wa fol fol101edQY ¬
wounded lowed 101edQY by shrieks and cries of the thewoimdcd thewQulldcd thewounded
iPriest dest Wa Was Spared SparedAs SpaedA
As A the Cossacks ssck followedp folowed p the vol volley 01 ¬
ley with a charge the the workmen fled
befirethem b e J tb m leaving leving about 100 dead fed or orwounded orwounde orwounded
wounded wounde It was evident that the sol ¬
diers delberateb deliberately spared Father Gopon Gaon
Qntip Qneptt Qnapf4Ie the clergymen clcrgYI e by his side was waswounded waswounded
wounded but Father Gopon escaped escapeduntouched escapeduntQuched
untQuched and hid behind a wall escape until I
the theCossacks Cossacks Cossck passed passd and he wal was unti then thensphJte thenspirited
J spirited sphJte away by workmen workmenBitter worke workrejBitter I
Bitter Comment CommentDuring Comment CommentDqriqg
During DQi the thp evening there were more I
foot passengers on the tt streets than th n
I H ti inighthave Sht hthae have been ben expected pected but nothing
like tke the th gaiety and bustle of f an ordi ordinary ¬
nary Sunday evening Comment on
the thesetioii action acton of the troops and authorities authorItes
is very cry bitter and sarcastic srcastc remarks remarksare
are made that officers are braver braveragainst braveragainstthe braveragainst
against againstthe the defenseless defenseles public pub1c than Cn Cnngulnt Chsnagainst
against the
Japanese and that thatmun an anrnuni4on
muniijon mun rnuni4on on may ma > be scarce in the far cast
but but Is too plentiful plentIul here
r Returns Returs from frm only thre < > of ot the nu numerous numCl numozoui ¬
merous mCl hospitals hospJals give thirtytwo thirttwo dead deadard ded dedad deathard
ard 123 1 12 3 wounded Many any of the wound wounded wounded ¬
ed have been taken tak n to their homes
Broken windows and embedded embedd bul ¬
lets are found at long lon distances distnces from
thesscene the scene of ot the firing
frn frnThe
The rioters rioter broke windows In the thepalace thepalac thepalace
palace of Grand Duke uke Alexis AlexisWorkmen AlexisWorken AlexisWorkmen
Worken Workmen Arming ArmingThe ming mingThe ing ingThe
The workmen tonight were arming armingwith armingwith
Iwith with every available avaiable weapon for or a re renewal rencl renewal ¬
newal of ot the t e struggle stggle They have few
firearms frearms but are improvising trade trde im implements implements implements ¬
plements Into weapons weaponsFollowing weaponsF910iing weaponsFollowing
Following F910iing is the text of a a letter leter ad ¬
dressed by b3 Father Gopon to Emperor
Nicholas last night nightSovereign nightSoVcreignI
SoVcreignI I fear fer your ministers
have not ot told you the full truth trth about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the situation situaton The whole people peple trust
Ing in you have resolved to appear at
the winter palace palaceat at at2 2 p m in order
to inform you of their needs ned It If Ifvacillating 1fvaciilting
vacillating vac1 tJng you do not appear before
the people H ople the t e moral bonds between betweenyou betweenyou betweenyou
you and the people who trust in you youwill youvIll ou ouwi
will wi disappear because Innocent blood bloodwill bloodwIl bloodvIlI
i will wIl flow towbetween between you you and the people peop e
Appear App ar tomorrow before b ore your people peopleand peopleand peopleand
and receive our address of ot devoton devotion In Jna Ina ina
a courageous spirit spiri I and the repre representatives representatves representatives ¬
sentatives sentatves of labor and my brave bre work
ingmen ingen and comrades cmrade guarantee guarntee the theInviolability thcinvIolabity theinviolabuity
Inviolability invIolabity of your our person personHAD personAD Ton
1 HAD AD NO PIREAHMS PIREAHMSStrikers FAMS FAMSStrkers PIARMSStrikers
Strikers Strkers Attempted Atempted to to Defend Them Themselves Themelves Themselves ¬
selves With Bricks BricksSt Brcks BrcksSt
St Petersburg Peerburg Jan 22 230 a m mThe mThe
The Associated Associated Press correspondent was waspresent waspiesen
I present when the first frt barricades baricades were wereconstructed wereconstructed
constructed constrcted on Varelliostrov YaesUostro Island Islandwhere islandwhere islandwhere
II where fighting fghtng occurred o curred later result resultIng resul resulting
Ing inthe in the killing kiIng of ot thirty of the de defenders defenders defenders ¬
fenders of the barricades bariades The strik strikers strIkers strikers ¬
ers driven from the river front had hadgathered hadgatlered hadgathered
gathered gatlered In front of the union head headquarters headquarte headquarters ¬
quarters out of sight of the soldiers soldiersBuzzing soldiersBuzzing
Buzzing like a nest of ot angry hornets hornetsI
a hundred men brandished brndished handlelefis handlelefissabre handleleis handleleessabre I
I sabre sbre blades secured securf fncm fom some SGte junK junKshop i
shop which llch were the only on1 weapons weaponsseen weaponsseen weaponsseen
seen In the hands of the strikers dur during I Iingthe
Ing ingthe the theda day aY4 Others Other swarmed swared up poles polesand polesand polesand
and cut CU down telegraph telegaph telephone and andelectric andelectriC
I Ielectri
electric light lght wires which they strung etrungfrom strungtrom strungfrom
from lamp post to lamp post across the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street to break ut u > charges of cavalry cavalryAt caval cavalAt
At first fr none of jthe he leaders seemed seemedto
to have any an3 plans Suddenly two men menappeared menappcar menappeared
appeared appcar d carrying carrYingId ladders ers and others othersrushed othersrushed othersrushed
rushed up U with wih more ladders lalder timber timberand tmber tmberI timberand
and lumber from
I incomplete buildings buildingsand buidings buidingsand
and with wih old sleighs seighs In the twinkling twinklingof twInklng
of an tt3e eye a substantial subtntal barricade barricadehad barricadehad
lOf had been constructed constru t d bound together togetherlh togetherwith
with lh wires Ires lre and ropes s On these water waterwas waterwas
was pcfured pdred which rOJ Immediately immediat lJ froze frozeas frozeas frozeas
1 as a last contribution contributon Christmas Chrlstmsi trees treeswere treeswere
were added aded to the pile pie and the crowd crowdrushed crowdruahed crowdrushed
rushed to repeat the process at the theother
II I other end of the block b10ek Meanwhile Meanwhileothers eanwhle eanwhleothers
I others were er bringing on brick and andi andbreakijjg
j i breaking them for missiles missies When the thei
I I i troops > advanced the strikers lined lned the thej thebarricades
j barricades barric des and offered ofered what resistance resistancethey re resIstancethey istgnce istgncethe
they the could but while wlle half hal of the In Infantry inI inI ¬
I I fantry rested r sted their thei rifles rifes on a barricade barricadeand baricde baricdeand barricadeI
I and volleyed the other demolished demolshed the theobstruction theobstru theobstruction
obstruction obstru ton and marched over the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street which was then encumbered encumberedwith enumbered enumberedwith encumberedwith
with fifty fft dead or wounded lying yin on the thesnow theIno the5noit
snow Ino crimsoned crirnsonedwLth hnsne with ith human uman blpod bipodTBIED blpodTRID blpodTRIED
TRIED TRID TO AVERT A BLOODSHED BLOODSHEDCommittee DLOODSR DLOODSRD BLOODSHEDI
I Committee D mit eo of Authors Auhor Coldly Coldy Re Rebuffed ReI Behuffed ¬
I buffed bufed by Officials OfficialsSfcPetersburg Ofcials OfcialsSt OfficialsSPMersburg
SfcPetersburg Peterburg Jan Jan 22 22Two Two hundred hundredjournalists hundredjouinalists
St
journalists joutiaUsts and professional men met In Inthis inthis inthis
I this city ciy Saturday Saturda evening to discuss discussmeans dlsCUS dlsCUSI discusst
t means mean to t avoid bloodshed A commit commlttee commitI
I I tee consisting conslstng of ot the authors author Kharse Kharseseveral Khae Khaenicf Eharsenieff
I nicf nieff Gork Grnsky Annen Anneneky ky and Gessen GessenI
I several Eever l professors rOref ors and an the workmens workmensadvocate workmensadvocate workmensadvocate
advocate Kedrlm was appointed to In Interview IntlrYle interviee ¬
terview tlrYle Minister of the Interior Svia SvlatopolkMirsky SviatQPolkllskY SviatopolkMirsky
topolkMirsky tQPolkllskY They The arrived at the theministry the1lnistry thenini5try
ministry 1lnistry of the Interior at 10 oclock oclocklast oclo oclocklaSt k klolt
last lolt night nfght but were received coldly the theofficials theofcials theofficials
officials ofcials there declaring delaring that It was Im Impossible ImI
I possible po slble for them te to see the minister ministerthat ministerthat ministerthat
that night The committeemen commiteemen an announcing announcing announcing ¬
nouncing their Intention Intenton to wait until untilthe untl untlthe untilthe
the minister minh ter would Bee them they the were werepersuaded werepersuaded werepersuaded
persuaded to see see Assistant Minister MinisterRydeffsky 1inister 1inisterI MinisterBydeffeky
Rydeffsky I defBky who being told their er errand errnd errand ¬
rand rnd was wa wa to prevent pre1 ilt bloodshed reso resolutely resolutely resolutely ¬
lutely refused to call cal Prince Sviatopolk SviatopolkMlrsKyand SYiatopolkllrsly SviatopolkMirsicy
MlrsKyand llrsly Mirsicy and ironically Ironicany told them thfm they theywould theywould theywould
would better 1eter persuade the workmen to toabandon toabandon toabatidon
abandon their thelrplar plaro of a procession to tothe toth tothe
the th palace poiace Thus rebuffed rebufed the commit committee committee committeeproceeded ¬
tee teeproceeded proceeded proceded to M 1 Wittes Yites residence residenceM reidence
M 1 1 Vitte Vlte received them affably afably and nd of offered offered ofIered ¬
fered them tea which they the declined declinedHaving decHned decHnedHaving declinedHavlngheard
Having Havlngheard heard them M Wltte Wite expressed expressedhimself expresed expresedlmse1 expressedbirnselZ
himself lmse1 wi with h great sympathy but main maintained malnI maintainTed ¬
tainTed talied that all al measures had been de decided decided decided ¬
cided without wfhout consulting conutng him adding addingI
I HI I am am nothing In the administration administrationM adminlstraton adminlstratonM
M Wltte Viie then referred retere them to Min Minister Mm Mmleter nn nnister ¬
ister SvlatopolkMirsky Sviatopolk1Ursky regretting regettng his hisinability hisinaplty hisInaIl1ty
inability inaplty to do o anything aything and advising advtelngthem adviing adviingthem advisingthem
them 10 to get the demonstration demonstraton aban abandoned abandonea abandotied ¬
doned He said the workmen had taken takena tken tkena
a wrbiigr wroJg course which was Incompat Incompatible Incompatible incompatible ¬
ible with Ith autocracy autocmc The emperor could couldonly couldonly couldonly
only receive reeie a a deputation deputaton by application applicationthrough applcaton applcatonthr applicationthroigh
through thr h proper channels He then tele telephoned telephoned telephoned ¬
phoned to Minister 1inister SvaltopolkMirsky SvaltopolkMirskyand SvafopolkfrskY SvafopolkfrskYand
and tried to persuade him to receive the thecommittee thecommitee thecommittee
committee commitee The minister however still stilldeclined stilldeclined
declined decIned and the deputation deputton departed departedLate departedLate departedLate
Late tpnightat tnight at a conference of edit editors editors editore ¬
ors o off St Petersburg newspapers It Itwas Itwatt
was W i agreed ag ed to address to the te censprship censprshipadministration censprshipaQministraton censprshipadministration
administration aQministraton a protest against the thecensorship thecensorship thecensorship
censorship of the days da s events and it itwas itwas
was also 1150 resolved to send a deputation deputationto deputaton deputatonto
to negotiate n g tate with wih the workmens union unionregarding unionregarphg unionregatalng
regarding the resumption resumpton of work by bythe bythe bythe
the printers printersCASSINI nrtnJersCASSI printersCASSINI
CASSINI CASSI WOULD NOT TALK TALKRussian TALK TALKussia TALKRussian
Russian ussia Ambassador Calm Cal and Im Impassive I Lupassive
I passive passiveWashington passIveashington passiveWashington
Washington Dec 22 22Fervent 22Ferventprayere Fervent Ferventj FcrentP1
j prayers P1 ere offered otered in many of the thei thechurches thechurches
i churches today for the Russian cm cmI er cmroror
I poror Joror and for his hf people p oplc Intense in interest interest interert
terest In th6 lh struggle at the Russian Russiancapita Russiancapitl Russiancapital
capita capitl was manifested Count CassI Casslnl CassInl Cassini
nl the th Russian ambassador arrived arrivedhere arrivedhere arrivedhere
here tonight tnIght from trm New York and was wasdriven a adriven
driven at at once to the embassy embuqsy accom accompanied accompanied accompanieil ¬
panied bys b Colonel Raspoff Rspof the Russian Russianmilitary Russianmitary RussIanmilitary
military mitary attache atache The ambassador arbassa or Im 1mmedlatelyj Immedlatel immed1ately
medlatelyj medlatel t upon his arrival arlal received receivedI reeived reeivedftQm receivedfrom
I from a correspondent corespondent of o the Associated AssociatedPresa AssociatedPr AssociatedPres
Presa Pr s dispatches dLpatche which had come cme since sincetheambassador sincethe sincethe
theambassador the lmbassador ambassador left last and early to today today tochaIr ¬
earl
day Disturbing Distrbing as were the te facts fact told toldIn t1d t1din toldin
In these telegrams Count Casslnl
t1 telegms was wasne witsnever vas vasnever
never ne t more calm than as he e carefully carefullyacarined creuly creulyLcann carefullysCalineci
acarined Lcann d their contents Officially OfcIaly the theemnassador themh theenihassa
emnassador enihassa mh ior has h s heard nothing noting of thefu the thesituuttcpi theItuitiqtr
situuttcpi fu Jor and fnd for this reason be would wouldpparently W wouldlr7j1Somrtqnt Uld Uldrt
rt lr7j1Somrtqnt lr7j1SomrtqntAppaz 19P tomn nt
Appaz pparently ppgr entl nty there th thet ic II is aTserlSUs a serious rI striKg sin eJ
I in St stei PelersburE burs he remarked bufT bu
1 I
have no news except Ccept that which has hasreached h hreached ha hareached
reached me in these dispatches dipat dispatchesSENS4pN he 1 1SENSATION
SENSATION SENS4pN IN I PARIS PABISSt PAIS PAISSt 1
St St Petersburg Peterbug PetersbnrgTragedy Tragedy Tredy Compared ComparedTitb Compaed ComparedWith
With Titb it Drench rech rench Revolution BevolutlonParis RevolutionParis voluton I
Paris Pars Jan an 22 2Tbe 22The The news of the thebloody thebloody thebloody
bloody events in St Petersburg has hascaused hascauscd hascaused
caused causcd a I profound sensation s nsaton nere 11ert The Thenewspapers Thepewspapcr Thenewspapers
pewspapcr newspapers issued Isued special s ecial editions editionsthroughjut edItons edItonstrugh9ut editionsthroughput
throughput trugh9ut the evening eninggiYing giving dra dramatic dr dramatic ¬
matic matc details d tais of the street stret fighting fghtng and andthese andthese td tdthes
these were were eagerly egerly read and discussed discussedin discussd discussdin
in the boulevards at the theatres and andin andin andin
in other publl publf places plac the tragedy be being be belug ¬
ing the universal subject of comment commentThe commentThe commentThe
The newspaper nCwspaper offices oftes were wee surround surrounded ¬
ed by crowds crwds awaiting aalJng bulletins buletns Of Officials OtfcIws Offlcials ¬
ficials fcIws here haveTreceived hae re elv d dvices prac practically practcaly iiac iiactically ¬
tically tcaly the same as those made public publicThe DubUc nublieThe
The The general generl view iew Including that thatof of of officials orfclts ofSemis ¬
Semis fclts Is s one of the deepest apprehen apprehension apprehension apprehendon ¬
sion that the events event of today may pre precipitate pre procipitate ¬
cipitate cpitate in Russia a a period of revolu revolution revoluton revolutimi ¬
tion ton such as France has witnessed witnessedThe wine witneedThe ed edThe
The Temps St S1 Petersburg Peterburg special specialcorrespondent specialcorrespondent
correspondent tonight tonigh makes a r graphifc graphifccomparison gaphic gaphiccomparIson grapbicomparison
comparison between bCtween the position pslUon of ofEmperor ofEmperor ofEmperor
Emperor Nicholas II I and King Louis LouisXVI LouisXVI LouisXVI
XVI on the eve of the reign relt of terror terrorAfter terrorAfer terrorAfter
After Afer a careful crefui analysis of the situa situation situaton situntion ¬
tion ton the correspondent corefpndent concludes cncludes that thatmost thatmost thatmost
most of the t e irilltary rltar forces of Russia Russiawill Russiawill
will 1 remain loyal to the emperor al although although although ¬
though he h foresees toresc s prospects prospets of some someot someor someof
ot the theartn artlltecy Cy regiments paying p Bying the thesame theMme theu1me
same role that the regiment of the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French guards guaidstook took U > ok on the fall fal of the
Bastilc Baste at the th outbreak of the French Frenchrevolution Frenchrevoluton FrenchrevolutIon o
revolution revoluton The he correspondent eorrepondent also alsopoints alsopoints alsopoints
points out that Emperor Elp < ror Nicholas Nicholaswithdrawal Nicholaswithdrawal
withdrawal wihdrawal to asrskoeSolo TsarskoeSolo places placestwentyone placestwentyoq
twentyone twentyon kilometers between him himand himand I
and the excited ecited populace populaceThe yopulaceThe populaceThe
The prevai ing tone here is one of ofawe ofawe ofawe
awe at the magnitude magnide of ot the horror horrorThe horrorThe horrorThe
The socialist sO ialst journals do not disguise a astrong astrong astrong
strong sentiment sentmet in favor of the people peopleand peopleand peopleand
and of indignation Indignaton at the course courc of the thegovernment thegoernmcnt thegovernment
government governmentLONDON goernmcntLONON governmentLONDON
LONDON LONON COMMENT COMMENTBeginning COMT COMTBegining COTThTENTBeginning
Beginning Begining of a aNcwChapter New Chapter in Bus Bussian Bussian u usian
sian History HistoryLondon Rstor HistoryLondon
London Lndon Jan 23 2Such 23Suclt Such phrases as asthese asthese
these extracted from editorial articles articlesin artcles artclesin
in the London Lndon morning moring papers suffi sufficiently suf sufficlently ¬
ciently indicate the held of
centy opinion yes yesterdays yest yesterdays ¬
terdays t rdaY events In St Petersburg Petersburg
Revolt ReoI has been ben quelled queled but revolu revolution revoluton revolution ¬
tion ton begun begunThe begunThe begunThe
The bureaucracy has declared Its Itspolicy is ispolcy itspolicy
policy polcy It i ig i the policy polcy of Blagovest Blagovestchenk Blagovestchenkmassncre Blagovestchenkrnasstcre
chenk chenkmassncre chenkmassncreThe massacre massacreThe
The Inevitable Ineviable reaction recton has begun begunand begunand begunand
and with wih It i a new chapter In Russias Russiashistory Russlashistor Russiashistory
history histor and probably also in the his histr history
tory tr of ot Europe and Asia AsIn AsiaThe
The revolutionary revolutonar movement in Rus Russia Russia Ruecia ¬
sia has ha received reeeived Its is baptism baptsm of blood bloodis bloodits
its is crown of marytrdom marytrdomIs
HIs Is there ther a MIrabeau 1lrbeau or even a Dan Danton Danton Danton
ton In Russia Russia today tOda tOdaA todayA
A very er grave grY6 responsibility responsiblty lies les to today toay toay ¬
day ay at the door of the czar who has hasfailed hac ha hafailed
failed faied < to grasp grsphfi hs unique opportunity opportunityThe opportuni
The Little Lite Father has become the themurderer themurderr themurderer
murderer murderr of his people and it i remains remainswith remainswith
with wih him to save the country COUltr from dis disaster disaster disaster ¬
aster Even at at the eleventh hour he hemay hemay
may ma do so but only by b recognizing that thatautocracy thatautorae thatautocracy
autocracy autorae has gone forever foreverIt foreverI
It I Is pointed out that the fate of Rus Russia Russin ¬
sia does not depend depetd upon the he people of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St St Petersburg alone al n but on the masses massesthroughout m3 ses
throughout throu hout the country countr and It i is con consldered considered
sldered that the events of reeent re ent months monthsconnected
connected withthe with Tth the agitation agitaton for con constltutlonal constitutlonal
stltutlonal EUtutonal reform sufficiently sufcenty attest atest tlje tqepeoples tlepeoples
peoples temper temperSome temperSome
Some of the special sp eial dispatches dln tches from tromSt fromSt
St Petersburg Pet rsburg this morning comment commentupon commentupon commentupon
upon the unexpected determined dot rmine atti attitude att attitude ¬
tude di3played by the Russian work workmen workmen workmen ¬
men yesterday yeterday as revealing rvealng a new Jew phase phasein
in the character charcter of the patient patent masses massesMany massesMany masSesMany
Many special correspondents corespondents give ex extravagant extrvagant cxtravagant ¬
travagant trvagant reports For instance the thecorrespondent thecoresDond theeorrestondnt
correspondent coresDond nt Qf the Dally Daij Mail ai says saysthat sa saysthat s sthat
that 20000 people from Kolnino were weremet weremet weremet
met at the Mrtcow J1 < cow arch on the confines confinesof confnes confnesof
of St St Petersburg with six si volleys yoles and andthat
that a thousand fell fel dead ajid ad nd 1500 1500wounded 150 150wonnded 1500wounded
wounded Other correspondents corespondents state statethat statetat stateS
S that tat the workmen wokr n have proclaimed their theirIntention theirintenton theirintention
Intention intenton to attack private property propertyand propertyI propertyand
I and that Minister of the Interior Interor Svia SviatopolkMirsky SviatopolkMlrsk SviatopolkMirsky
topolkMirsky topolkMlrsk has consented to receive receiveja receivea
ja a deputation deputaton of workmen orlaen today While WhileI Vhie VhieI
J I many estimate estmate the casualties casualtes at any anywhere ap apwhere artywhere
where neor 2000 killed kied and 5000 500 wound wounded ¬
ed there f5 s everywhere conclusive evi evidence eII ¬
I thence de ee of the impossibilitr 190ssibltr of yet esti estimating est estI estimating ¬
of exactitude exactitudeBurnetts exactitudeo exactitudeBurnetts xacUtudeBuets
mating ma ung with ih any degree e
o
I Burnetts Buets Vanilla V1ila Extract ExtractIs Exract ExractIs
Is the best and the best bEst is none too toogood foogood toogood
good for your food and drink Insist Insistt Insist
t on havlrg Burnetts BurnettsSTEAMER Buretts BurettsI BurettsSTEAMER BurnettsSTEAMER
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STEAMER STRUCK A ROCK ROCKGeorgo ROCKGeorgo ROCKGeorge
Georgo W Elder Went Down Dtwn in Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia River BiverPortland RiverPortand RiverPortland
Portland Portand Ore Jan 22 2The 22The The steam steamship steamsMp steamship ¬
ship George Gerge W V V Elder which left lef Port Portland Portl Portlafld ¬
land l nd last night for San Francisco Franciscostruck FrncIsco Franciscostruck
I struck a rock In the th Columbia river rivernrar rver rvernrar rivernear
nrar Goble forty miles mies from here herej hereabout
j about midnight midnight and nd stove a hole In Inher inI inher
I her port side a short distance forward forwardof
II of amidships amIdhips and she sank In about aboutfifteen aboutI aboutfifteen
I fifteen ffeen fe fet t of f water wateri wnt wetOrThe r rj
i The accident accI ent was wa caused by the therudders theI
< rudders becoming fguled by a snag snagWhile snagYhie snagWhile
While Yhie in this helpless condition conditon before bsforeshe befCre befCreshe beforeshe
she could be stopped she 1ft l ft the thechannel thechannel thechannel
channel and piled pUedup up on a jagged reef reefI reefof
1 I of rocks rock which lies l s near the bank of ofthe orthe ofthe
the rivtr r The river steamer Kassalo Kassalowhich Kassalowhich
1 which left lef the th city ciy for Astoria Atoria about aboutj abut abutJ aboutthe
j the same time tme as as the Elder went to the thei theassistance
i assistance asistance of the steamship and andf andbrought
I
I brought ght hqr h r passengers passengers back ack to this thiscity thisA thiscty
city cityA A t force torceot of longshoremen was s sent im immediately lr lennedlately ¬
f mediately nediate to t the disabled disabledvessei bl d yessei vessel for the thepurpose thopurpose thepurpose
purpose of unloading Qis her which will willconsume wi willconsume
consume about two days The Elder Elderwill E1derI Elderwill
I will wi be brought bught to this city and dry dryI dr drt drydocked
I docked when w tn the full ful extent of the theMUSIC thedamag thedamage
t damage will 1 be made knoWn knonI knoWnMUSIC
I MUSIC MUS C BY B BYTHE THE TH PUPILS PUPILSLafayette PUPILSLafaY PUPILSLafayette
Lafayette LafaY te Children Chldrn Will Present a aComedy aComedy aComedy
Comedy Tonight TonightOn Tonght
On Monday evening at at the Eigh Eighteenth EightEenth Elghteenth ¬
teenth tEenth ward wtrd amusement hall hal the eighth eighthA eighthclass
A t class of the Lafayette Lfayete school will willpresent wi wiltpresent
present a musical musicl comedy entitled entitledThree enUted enUtedThr entitledThree
Three Thr e Liitle Litte Kittens Kitens from th tho Land Landof Lnd Lndf Landcf
of f Pie It I will wl be elaborately cos costumed cosI ¬
I tumed Rehearsals have ha e been going on onfor ontor onfor
for some time tme now and a firstclass frtdas en entertainment ent entertitinment ¬
tertainment t rttnment Is promised It I will wil be bestrictly bestricty bestrictly
strictly stricty a class production producton The pro proceeds proceeds proceeds ¬
ceeds of the entertainment will wi be used usedto usedto usedto
to buy books of reference in history historyand historyand
and grammar for the next net eighth A Aclass Acluss Achtss
class classKing clussKing chtssKing
King Thomas Fhom j t 1 king of the Land Landof Landof Landof
of Pie Reeve Richardson RichardsonRingtail RicltatdsonRngU RichardsonRngtail
Ringtail RngU his lord lordlligh high chamber chamberlain chamberlain chamberNewman ¬
lain Clinton Clnton Newman NewmanKltcat NemanKlc NewmanKitcat
Kltcat Klc t the court jester
jesterClyde Clyde Edwards EdwardsPrince EdvardsPrInce EdwardsPrince
Prince Tortoiseshell Tortoiseshel of Caterwalla CaterwallaMoyle CaterwaUa CaterwaUalloyle CaterwahlaMoyle
Moyle lloyle Gray GrayPrince GrayPrince GrayPrince
Prince Spot of Bacquephensla BacquephenslaCalvin BactuephenMia BacquephenslaCalvin
Calvin Smith SmithPrince SmithPrinc SmithPrince
Prince Princ Velvet of Miaouwa MiaouwaOrson MinouwnOrson laouwn laouwnOrson
Orson Schettler SchettlerPrincess SchettlerP SchettlerPrincess
Princess P inces Kitty Kity Bernice Young YoungPrincess YoungPriicess
Princess PrhcEss Malta Mala Mabel Wells WellsPrincess WeltsPrincess els elsPrincess
Princess Angora Gertrude Romney RomneyCourtiers RomnerCourter RomneyCourtiers
Courtiers Courter attending tcndlng the king kingWilliam kinGVllam kingWilliam
William Vllam Patrick Hebor Romney RomneyUTAH Romneye RomneyUTAH RomneyUTAH
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UTAH EDITORS EDITORSTO TO MEET MEETWill MEETWil MEETWill
Will Wil Elect Officers Ofcer and Discuss Legslaton Legisiation Leg Legislation ¬
islation islationThe isiationThe slaton slatonThe
The Utah Press Prss association asociaton will wi hold holdi holdps
i It ps s twelfth annual am1P 1 meeting meeUnP today at 12 12oclock 12ocock 12oclock
oclock ocock in the Kenyon parlors paror Officers Officersfcr Ofcers Ofcersfer Officersfcr
fcr the ensuing year will wIl be elected and andother andoter andother
other oter business buies will wi also be transacted transactedPresident transaetePresident
President Wm Buys BU3 cf Heber paid ald last lastnight laft laftnight lastnight
night that the tbebl bill presented to the thelegislature te teleghlature thelegIslature
legislature leghlature last year relative relatve to having havingpublic havingpublc havingpublic
public publc printing prIntng and advertising advertslngdone done In Inthe inthe inthe
the respective repectve cduntles c undes would also be betaken bet1 bethlcqii
taken t1 n up at the meeting meetng The he bill bi pre presejjied peeSCUbU r
sejjied at 1t the last lat legislature legsla tUrc passed passedjfihejjsenate passedIibcbenate
jfihejjsenate Sftltd eQate butwas bit b tvaskLll wasldl killed d by theconi theconiiJue the com com0y
house niltieo iJue 1 on 0y public j bC printing Ir 1 ln in the lower lowerhouse lowerbongo
HISTORY H fST DRY IS IS fGNlRiDRussian IGNORED rGNli IGNOREDr IGNOREDRussian r RfD RfDRussian
Russian Rulers Rulers Fail Fai to to1 Heed Heedthe Hedthe ed edthe
the Lesson of ofForm Eormjr tormerCenturies r rCenturies Tr TrCenturies
Centuries CenturiesChicago CenturiesChicago CenturiesChicago
Chicago Jan J 22 2 22Russi Russia ussif has hf lu nsss nsssA n nIectcd nlected
A f i iquently
Iectcd the IQsson Qr trcelnto Q o oquently
quently taught taught by b history Opm declared declaredRev d declaredRev lard lardRev
Rev Newell Newel Dwight HiUIS Hills qf Plymouth Plymouthchurch PlniaUthchurch nQ th thchurh
church churh Brooklyn Brookl3n in Hitis a a sermonbefore sermonbeforehis serton sCrnion 1reflre 1reflrehis r9rc r9rchis
his old congregation cngegaton of Central Cen rl church churchpreached < hurcb hurcbprache j
preached prache In the th Auditorium AudiorIum AudiorIumA AuditoriumA j jto
A new statement ot our l lson on I Ito is isto
to be found tound he le said sid Hin in connection connectionwith connecton connectonwih conneettonwith
with wih that great geat empire of Eurapje Eur Eurn2itch Eurn2itchnow fchjch fchjchnow ubihnow
now is disturbed with the preliminary preliminarytremblings prelmlnar preliminarytremblirzgs
tremblings tremblng of a a social earthquake earthquakeThree earthuakeThrchundred earthquakeThree
Three Thrchundred hundred years jcrs ago agthc theconditions theconditionswhich the condUons condUonswhich condittens condittenswhich
which prevailed prevaie irvJRussla Inussta todajj toda > could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be found in England EnglandLater Englant EnglandLater
Later Lter in France Frnee a a noble wh whdi a the thepoor thepor thepoor
poor por people of ot Paris asked ase for bread breadsaid bred bredsaid breedsaid
said Let them the eat ett grass xan L3n n1 the thenext thenet thenext
next day da they 1h y butchered gas him in the thestreets th thstreets
streets streetsToday strts streetsToday 1 1Toay
Today Toay we find fnd in Russia a nation nationwhere naton natonwhere nationwhere
where the lives les of the lower cla cl clijiqare clijiqarefilled s s L are arefilled re rerUe
filled rUe with misery miser3 and squalor squalorIn fqu lor lorIn
In the warm war rich atmosphere atmphcc of the thetwentieth th thtwenteth thtwentieth
twentieth twenteth century centr these tese conditions conditono ox ox1st oxhat
hat Igt One part of society societ arrayed arayd against againstthe againstthe
the te lower classes Is saying1We saying Ve aginst aginstte will wU1 be beblind beblnd beblind
blind blnd to the he teachings teching of histipy histpry jfnd d is isignoring isignorng isignoring
ignoring ignorng Jhe he Inevitable ine1able hIst consequences consequenceswhich onseunces onseunceswhich onsequanceswhich
which follow folow the enslaving qf human humansouls humn humnansouls I
souls and bodies boies A little Utte handful hadtul of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men own all al the land possess pssess all the thetitles thetitles I
titles ttes hold alKthe al all the privileges prYlees This is isa isa Isa
a oeuntry ountr of which whi b it can be b truly trly said saidThe sid saidThe I IThe
The lessons lesons of ot history histor have been In Inson invain I Iain
vain ain But pehaps prhaps even new tlat that lee lessn leeson
son sn is UDon us usTHIS
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THIS MAN M KNOWS OW 3ETTEB ETT NOW NOWIf NOWIf w I
If Carried Carred by oy His Hs Station Stton He Wil Will Go Goon Goon Goon
on to the te Next Ne One One Hereafter HereafterNew Herafter HerafterNew
New Orleans TimesDemocrat TlmesDemo t
Whenever Wenever a train takes tkes me by b iny m ray
Place hereafter hereaCer I will wi remain on the train tlin
until unt the next stop is reached reachq unless unles the 1
conductor throws me rc ie off or said a a man
from another state and I have hav the best bestreason bestreason
reason re4son In the world for feeling feeln this way bt I
about the matter mater I had an experience eXPQrence exp rience in
Tennessee Tennssee a a few years ers ago a o that taught tught
me a a lesson I was on a sleeping car and andwas andwas andwas I
was plated lted 1atcd to be called cled at 2 a m t at atwhich atwhich atwhich
which time tme the train trin was pulled puled into the theuv thestation
stton station wher where uv I ws was > to VV S g get 7L t Vll off Te The A IIU per IJUl I I
ter called cane me me he said sid at the tbl time UIt just pr as a
the train tri was leaving lealn the place I told toldl
him to o have v the train pulled u down o and I Iwould Iwould
I would l ret = et off and walk rl rlu back The e train trainwas t trainwas I Iwa
wa was stopped stop ed I got off with a heavy grip
1 Ith gip gipI
filled fne with clothes cothes ammunition ammuniton for a hunt hunta
j a gun gn and a few other things thingsto to carry
I The conductor told ise e I had better re remain r rmain remain ¬
j main on the train and get off of at the next nextstop nextstop
stop a a hundred hundre miles ml s or more Ior up the toeroad theroad
I road How far Is It bck bak to the tatjo tatjonr tatjonrI
11 I asked aske Oh its only half qr three threequarters
i I quarters of a a mile the conductor conductor said saidbut sld 1
but you had better beter remain on the train trainand iln ilnand trainand
and come back down the road In the themorning thl themorning
morning I told him I would ould walk bark
Thats where wh < t I was foolish Coolsh All Al this hap happened happene happened ¬
pened pene I suppose suppost about 3 a a m Down the thetrack thrl thetrack
track trackl I went with wih ray I goods and nd chattels chattelsI chttels chttelsI
I could see seelights lights lght ahead ah d of me That Was Wasthe > vas vasthe
the station staton so the porter had told to me meThe nl meThe I
I The he light lght seemed steme to be runningfrom < me meand rt rueand
and at a more mort rapid rpid pace pac than lwas svas able ableto ableto ableto
to show Down Dow the te track track with wih mv m goeds goedsand toeds Moedsand
I and chattels chatels The burden grew rew heavier heavierI l heavierand aYier aYierI
I and heavier Several Severl times I I1hD thoucrht ht 1 1i II 1would
i I would nyc Ie It UP sit dCTvn dC and wait 1 for fori forsunr5l forsunrise
i sunrise sunr5l Suddenly SuddEnly the tl light lght ahead of me mej mp
j I went Wfnt out It I was due due du to go o out ou Xer Lr JY JYI xiuy xiuywas uy
I I was breaking breakln Well when I pulled puled into intoi intothe
i the station stto it vas as broad brod daylight my rayarms
j arms were nearly nerb Dulled Duled out dyUj1t of their theirsokets theirsockets
I sockets sokets I h hr had corns cors in my m hands hDds had 11d 11ddamned baddamned
j damned my m soul sul with profanity rofanlty I IlIad IlIadpoured had
I poured out on t te e cnductor conductor ani and porter porterwho porterwho
who ho hart h < allowed aIowe me to sleep slc by b the theplace theplaC theplace
place plaC arJ 8r TV vs S In 1 other ways roughly roughlyused lu rpughlyused hb hbt
t used Since Sine then if I passmy pass my getting gettingoff gettingoff
off of place and the fault isntmlna 1tILtm itsup itsupto its 1suP 1suPto up i ito
to the railroad rairoad to t haul me back No o moretramping more moretramping moretramping
tramping down the th track trck for mo mI Why Whyeven WhyI hy hyI
I even now it makes me sick to look at a aj aI acrosstie
j crosstie crosstiej
crosste
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j Secret of f Yankee Success Suc SucesLondon ess
j London Express ExpressJn Epres
I Jn that thtplaee place called cned Monte MontCRrcY Carlo every
time tme the h wheel w el turns tur turs and the te ball rolls
into Its plaee It marks mrk a fresh freh coiftiitton coiftiittonof coliUauorthe
of orthe the same gnme Iii t i absolutely absQb new thane
which has nothing whatever htev 4y r to do 4 with Jth
anything al3hl anythij that has gone Ione before or to is to toappear toappear toappear
appear In the future Each Ech rrrtH R JS s the he
year ore or of the bank bank Therefore the
1 bank wins winsj wInsAmerica winsAmerica
j America has appreciated aJIJrtlatdthe the year one oneand oneand oneand
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and that tt fnet f aet t b ha s not ot been be unconnected unconnectedwith
uoneted uonetedwith
with Yankee Yanke success suce You ou will Wi fhfi fLt that thata
a man loses lose money as a a farmer n me wechanle mechanic mechaste
chaste a book bok canvasser cU1a r and suddenly 8udd nl nlrises
rises to wealh wealth as a a builder buider The peg
has found the hole at last lastAn
I An Etnslishman E Ushman unawreetatlve untr aUv Of the theyear theear theyear
I year ear one Ot wed wc d hr h hve > ve been bn chained to toalurc
J failure alurc by b the precedent preceent of centuries CMtUre chn He HeJ
I I b would h ha argued u lhJ that be ad ainslys ainslysI
J been a r that =
I srmer rmor m his father tj was a at
I farmer and an his uncle a dairyman diTan There Tre
fore It was as plainly impossible that tht he hecould hecould heI
I could ever er make money as a a bttlMleriv blJe in ins InI
I concusion Conclusion h he would have quot quoted you tkat
11fJs Tlzmt t of aU fale false proverbs s A rolling lat lat11fJs
stone st gathers no 0 moss mossI
I I say 4 fase t only d1 in i the Emllh EnglISh ap
Il11iatOl I 1 plication of the the an allet ancient < rier t proverb over For
J otheiwlee othl1te It i Is an uptodate utodte metto mettoi m to toI
i I enough The rolling r stone s p of today Y ro remains >
J mains polished d dr and n71 fit for pb b buslne business n nstatnmuy The Thestationary ThestatIonary
stationary statnmuy stone sto e Is liable to accumulate accumulatesuch accumulateI
I such 1ch a quantity quantty of moss mos that accuJlate accuJlateI It Is J only
I fit fi for a cushion cushiont cushionto to be sat on by all al and andsundry andIsUndT andIsundry
sundry IsUndT T TI rI
I There is in America Amtrlc today tOd y an ex c9mpi exmpti exmptiI mpM
I fication fcaton of ff the the principle of the year ye r one onein 9e onein
in a newpraner nwPa er proprietor prorl tor with Rome RomeSaftOO Iomt somesao
II sao 8 nourds oU ds a e ar r to his credit creit Until Untilhe Lntl tstilhe
he was over SO r years year of a ae e he h TOAB a aj afarmer
j farmer fRrer red rd not ot a a very ver efficient effcent lB fArmer fJtrmcrat
trmer trmerRt
at that that Then he started starte hie h hi papgr PPW and juidaway ald aldawuvh andannv
away awuvh h he we WIt wrt t on O the roa ro road to success successr 3UCe successHow
r How Ho many of our farmers coujd cou change changei changetheir
i their trade after aUerather SO SOBather 50Bather
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Bather Too TG Thick For Tea TeaGlasgow TeaGlasgow
t Glasgow Evening Eenirg Tinios TiniosOfficer Titt0 TilbeslfuicerWhat
Officer UicerVhat What Is i the coajplairtt here hereOrderly hwcOrderly
Orderly offering orferng basin bastnTate co1laiw sln TaatCr T8 that thatsir that1sfr t tsir
1sfr sir
sirOfficer Officer Officer tasting tastngYol tastingWi1 Well I tlilnK UlinJ thni JtS H i e ec cx cxcollent
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c Clent collent llent soup soupOrderly sup supOrerbYe S SOrderlyYes
Orderly OrerbYe OrderlyYes Yes sir thats thatsthl tha th trouble troublethey tublethey
they uey want to persuade us its tea teaTiio t teaTh 4uWe 4uWeuey i
G GTh
Tiio Th Customary Cstomar Climax ClimaxHouston Olma ClimaxHouston
Houston Chronicle Ch ChronIcleXordyHow onlcle onlcle1ordyHow
Xordy 1ordyHow XordyHow How did tld that nefor n ne1apltiyend ne1apltiyendButtsOh play5 latmd latmdButtsOh end1 end1Butts t
Butts ButtsOh ButtsOh Oh in the usual way a aNordyAnd
Nordy NordyAnd And what do yoii 0 call clr the usual usualway usualway
way wayButts wayButsIn wayButtsIn
Butts ButsIn ButtsIn Tn a whirl of hate hat and gathers C1thcr
j and opera cloaks cloaksI
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LOST HER DIAMONDS DIAMONDSWife DIAMONDWie
Wife Wie of New York Board of ofTrade ofTrade ofS
S Trade Man Robbed Robbed at atPasadena at atPasadena atPasadena
Pasadena Cat CaiPasadena J JPadena JPasadena
Pasadena Cat Ct Jan an 22 52Diamonds Diamonds DiamoRs anl anlother 11 11other s sother
other jewelry to the thE total tot value yaue of gfi qf0O1 qf0O1belonging 35003 35003belonging
belonging bolonglnJ to Urs ltrs William D Kdoy EdO yltt Viftof ylttof IL
of a prominent rmtnQnt member mcmbr of the New Tort Tortboard Yor1 Yor1board
board boar of trade trdt have been ben stolen from fra a aroomNn grom Srootnln
roomNn rom n the Hotel HCtel Maryland laJand In InJhi hls city oltyJumcs oJt oJtJamos cityJames
James Doylo the te head hed bell bl boy bo of o th thhotel thhoteL thhotel
hotel has been n arrested arrete on suspicion suslelon ol olhaving o ohaving ohavIng
having taken takEno takEnothe the jewelry jewelr and is under undergoing underolng undergoing ¬
going olng a thorough thorugh Investigation Investgton at the thehands th thhands thehands
hands of the th police policeMrs plc policeMeg
Mrs Mr Edey Edtj left lef the hotel Saturday Saturdafor for a ahorseback ahortback ahorseback
horseback hortback ride rid leaving l alng her jewels locked lockedin Jocke
in her trunk Instead of placing placin them tem In Inthe Intho inthe
the hotel safe safe as was her aeu 1U usual l custom customHer ctom ctomHer ctamHer
Her room rom was ws entered entee during ken ke ab absence a absence ¬ i isence
sence and the look loR or f the bo trunk tunk efrejwsa efrejwsaby iOPOdby ee
by b means mean of a a buttonhook buttonhook i iThe iThe
The loss lo of the Jewelry jewtr was W llscover U li5eoverd li5eoverdupon overe d dupon
upon her return Suspicion Stljon attached attch4 to tothe tothe tOthe
the bell bel boy bo after afer a gold fountain Countin pen penbelonging pn pnbelonging penbelonging
belonging to t one of the te other guests tt of ofthe 0 0th oftho
the th hotel hotel had been b n found foun sewed sewe up 1p in lathe inthe inthe
the lining lnlng of his vest vestThe vet vestThe
The stolen Jewelry jtwlr consisted consblte of diamond diamondrings damon4 diamondrings
rings rln diamond brooches brohes necklaces nekl CIa diamond dl CIamond ¬
mond studded stud watches watche watch chains cha1n and andOther andother andother
Other miscellaneous misclaneus articles articlesEARTHQUAKES artcles artclesc articlesS articlesEARTHQUAXES S
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Santiago Cuba Jan an 22 22There There Therhv Therhven h havE havEbeen v vbeen <
been en three distinct dIstnct earthquakes earthquake af f in increasing increasing tflcreasing ¬
creasing force within wihin the th last la t twenty twentyfour twety twetyfour twentyfour
four hours hour causing much excitement exeUementNo exciemet
No serious S lous damage was done but there thereIs theris therEis
Is fear that there tere will be h more shocks shocksH shocks shocksWOMEN shocksWOMEN
WOMEN WHO CHARM CHARMHELTH CHARMHEALTH
H HELTH HEALTH ALTH IS THE FIRST FRST ESSEHTIAL ESSEHTIALIt ESSETIA ESSETIAIt
It Helps Women Womn to t Win W and an Hold HoldMons HoldMn HoldMonsAdrniratjon
Mn MonsAdrniratjon Mons Admiration Adto Respect Rsec and ad Love LoveWomans Lve LveWomnYsgattg LoveWomansgreatestgift
WomnYsgattg Womansgreatestgift Womans greatest gift t s the te power to toinspire t toinspire
inspire admiration adtion respect rpect and nd love loveThere loveTer loveThere
There Ter is a beauty bcaut in health bealh which is ismore ismoreattrctie ismore
larity more moreattrctie attractive of feature to t men than ta mere merreg regu regularity 1egularity
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To be b a a successful sccsul wife to t retain retin the thelove ta talove thelore
love and admiration ndmihtion of her husband husbandshould husbandshould husbandshould
should be a a womans constant constnt study studyAt studyAt studyAt
At the first frt indication indction of illhealth illhealthpainful ilhealth illhealthpainful
painful or irregular irglar menstruation menstruationheadache mentration mentrationbead menstruationheadache
headache bead che or backache secure se re Lydia Lydi E EPinkhams EPinkhams
Pin Pinkhams h ms Vegetable Vegetb e Compound Cmpud and andbegin ad andbegin
begin its lt use useMrs ue useMrs
Mrs Mr Chas Ch F Brown Brow VicePresident VicePresidentMothers VicePedenl VicePresidentMothers
Mothers MotherY Club 21 Cedar Ced Terrace Tee Hot HotSprings RotSprng HotSprings
Springs Sprng Ark Arky wt writesDear writes writesDear
Dear De Mrs Pinkham PinkhamFor Pk PinkhninFornine
For Fornine nine ne years ye yearsl I dragged d through tbruh a miser miserable mr miserable ¬
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