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GRIPPENBERGS GRIPPENBERGSARMY CRIPPEN BERGS BERGSARMY S SARMY
ARMY DEFEATED DEFEATEDSignal
Signal Failure of Advance Against AgainstJapanese AgainstJepanese
Japanese left Leftrrwo Leftrrwo
rrwo GENERALS GE JERALS WOUNDED WOUNDEDOYAMA WOUNDEDOYAMA WOUNDEDOVAMA
OYAMA NOW LIKELY TO PUSH PUSHFORWARD PUSHFORW PUSHFORWARD
FORWARD FORWARDi FORW ARb ARbt
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i kf St Petersburg Peter bu g Jan SO 30Lleu 30Lleutenant Lieu
tenant General Grlppenberg com commander cornmander
10 > mander of the
Second army has hastelegraphed
telegraphed Emperor Nicholas NJcholasthat Nicholasthat
that the Russians have occupied occupiedantaUtze
Santatltze SJnmatsze He also alsoreports alsoreport alOreporL
reports that Generals Mistchenko Mistchenkoand Iistchenkoand
and Kondratsvitch are wounded woundedSt
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St Petersburg Jan 30 630 p pm pmThe
IC m mThe The Russian advance move movement movcment movenient a
ment against the Japanese left
has failed and General Grippen Grippenberg GriJpenberg Grippenberg
berg has notified the emperor he hehas
has discontinued the offensive offensiveGeneral offensiveGentTal offensiveeneral
General Mistchenko and General Generalv GeneralKondnttsvlteh
v 1 Kondrateviteh while hiIe lIc not seriously
injured have been obliged to re relintiuish reJlnqulsh reJinquish
lintiuish their commands The war warp warl1mlC
r office gives no estimate > of the theRussian theRussian
Russian losses but they are be believcd beJieed beheved
lievcd to be heavy heavyENERAL 9 9y
y y yGENERAL
1 ENERAL OKUS HEADQUAR HEADQUARTERS HEADQUARTERS
GENERAL
3 TERS Jan 20 I noon via Fun FuinDelayed FunDelaed FuthmDeJa
Delayed DeJa yed in transmission tnmsmiMlonyes tnmsmiMlonyesterda yes yesterday es esterday ¬
terday terda Saturday Saturdu afternoon tho Jap Japanpse Japnne Japnnpfp
anpse nne began a fierce bombardment with withartillery withrtlIlpry withrthIbry
artillery > and musketry along the whole wholene wholene
Jne ne The firing was kept up until mid midnight mid11lght midBIght ¬
night and was resumed at dawn today todaycontinuing todayl1tinuln today4iltifluIng
continuing l1tinuln until noon The Russian rc rc1ly reIy
3 1ly ly was feeble feebleA ft > eble ebleA
A movement of the Japanese left leftxvijig leltinS leftfor
xvijig inS for the purpose of surrounding surroundingand
and cutting off the Russians in the thonrighborhood thellfighbolhood thenrighboihood
nrighborhood of Pokowtal is progress progressing progressjng progressjn ¬
ing jn slowly slowl asthe as the resistance is stub
torn tornShould lornhiou1d
tornhould
Should the Russian force be cut off of
h will result in leaving General Kuro I Kuroatklns uro urolatkins
Jatkins atklns right flank unprotected unprotectedGeneral unpl oteeted oteetedipneral oteetedGeneral
General Okus headquarters Jan 29 29z 9 9p
7 z p in via Fusdn FqsBnDalaed Delayed In trans transanission trmsmi5sionTw trdnsmlssionTw
anission mi5sionTw Two divisions of Japanese Japanesetroops Japanestroops Japanesetroops
troops attacked Pehowski and drove
lour divis4ons dhl iol1s > of the Russians across acrossthe acrossthe
the Hun river Six hundred Russians Russiansnvere HusslansIWEre I Iwere
were captured capturedThe capturedTlll capturedThe
The Russians arc are making a stand standirross standUer08S stancWriss
irross the river riverOne riverOne a aOne
One Russian division made several severalttacks se eral eralnttaeks
ttacks on S Santanpu ntanpu to the theoost oust severaI but butwas butwas bulwas I
was driven drh n back with a loss of over ove
4000 4000The 1000The
The Japanese bombarded the entire S
liussian line The Itu Russians lans replied repilecebly
ferbly te blY showing little activity activitySTRONGLY activitySTRONGLY activitySTRONGLY
STRONGLY FORTIFIED FO TIFIED
Japanese Were Prepared PreparcdFor For the Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian Advance AdvanceRussian AdvanceItussian AdvanceIussian
Russian Headquarters Huaii Moun Ioun ¬
ta tain tam in Sunday Jan J n 20 2DDclaed Delayed In In1ral1smiseloI1The
transmission 1ral1smiseloI1The The object of General General3suropatkiitS
Uvuropatkins Jutopatkinslatest latest offensive movement movementivas movementa9
ivas a9 to capture the important position positionit
lEt it Sandeynts on the left bank ba k of the th
Hun river and andtherQby thereby outflank the
Japanese from the Shakhe river anti anflenable aliaHable anticiiable
enable the Russian army to undertake undertakeit
it general g nenLl advance At Sandepas the
Japanese J pauC8e occupied a a strongly fortified fortifiedjosltkm fortified7osltioncomJ11nding fortifiedosltloii
josltkm 7osltioncomJ11nding osltloii commanding the triangle
formed by the confluence of the Hun Hunand Huncmd Huntind
and Shakhe rivers The Japanese had hadrrited hadcttd hadrted
< rrited cttd a fort of a a permanent type typewith typewith typevAth1
with triple earthworks and trenches trenchest trelchesxtfnding treihesextending
t extending in p southwesterly direction direction5fveral directionfnral directioneraI
5fveral eraI villages to the northeast were wereils werezzls
ils 1511 fortified strongly The positions positionswere positionsHr positionswere
were Hr held by twelve battalions of f Jap ¬
anese nese partly drawn from General No Nosis Nogis Nonis
sis army and partly reserves reserves The
Russians carried the first first line of en on1Iemhments
tieuchments but were unable to main ¬ I
tain their position on t the e outskirts of ofiud 1
alldpas > iud pas in the face of fierce cannon cannont
t ding The fighting was transferred transferredurstward transferreduestward
urstward urstwardThe uestwardThe 8t ward wardThe
The Japanese counterattacked with witha
a brigade b hade of infantry intsntr endeavoring to toenvelop tonvelop tonvelop
nvelop Lhe Russians but the cavalry
Xrotectinjf the Russian Hank drove drovecounterattack
IlKk the Japanese wIth heavy Joss A AtJunterattack i iunterattck
counterattack < on the villages captured
ly I the Russians Itu slans at the outset of the
light was also beaten off but at the thet thetst
t cr tst st t to the Russians of several thou thoui thouud thouiid
i ad killed or wounded including Gen Genial Qenal en enIal
< ial al Mistchenko 1Iistchen o who was wounded in thie
Tue l ie > knee Th < heaviest Ilea Iest sufferers suff rers were
tile newly newl arrived brigade of riflemen rlflem
The official report of the fighting at
Huuulitadzy and Hugounda Jan 26 and an
Jan J Ja < tH 26 G says there were fortyfive offl offliera offir otlitcr
iera tcr r and 1050men 1050menA 1050 men menA menA
A hundred Japanese prisoners have havearrived hacUIried havenLrLved
arrived here They belonged to the
2vmth division before Port Arthur Arthurlhe ArthurThe
The wounded are suffering from the thecold theIod th tholi
cold oli which is increasing increasingBRIDGES increasingBRIDGES IncreasingBRIDGES
BRIDGES UNAPPROACHABLE UNAPPROACHABLEUaps E Elaps
laps Have the Railroad RailroadSouthof South of Liao LiaoYang LiaoYang LiacYang
Yang Well WehlGuarded WehlGuardedMukden Guarded GuardedMukden Guardedlukden
Mukden Jan 29 29Vla Via Tien Tsln Tslnan
Jan an 30 JOOmcial Official reports published in L
She he Army Newspaper show that the en ¬
tire tir east was undisturbed except by b
email scouUngalrraJs scouting affrays during the fight fight3ng fightng
lug ng at Holantai and Fiechiachungtzu I
< Heikoutai and Chenchlehpao The
sirmay is now working under the new
organization and entirely new orders I
throughout these even affecting the theewapaper
aipwspaper correspondents most vJgor vigorj vigorjonslv vjgorIus
onslv Ius I
The creation of Increased fortifica ¬
tions tioiisln In n the center by both armies re resulting reulting resuIting ¬
suIting in both sides heaping their re renforements ¬
inforcements inror ements their
on flanks reaches a ajkolrit ftlJlnt atiflt
jkolrit where that side falling behind behindivill behindwlll behindwill
ivill slowly be forced to precipitate a
battle The present state of affairs is isapparently isapparentlj isapparently
apparently due to the clear cold coldweather coldweather coldweather
weather The Japanese have advanced advancedevery advancede advancedevery
every e > r available man to o the front It
Is reported that Liao Yang Is deserted
toy soldiers The railroad south of Liao
Yang is strongly held and especially
tiif t41 bridges which the Cossacks report reportarc reportnr reportare
arc nr unapproachable on account of the thenrmanunt thanrmamlnt thenrmamtnt
nrmanunt of the former Russian de ¬
ftrises fpn es and the supplementary Japanese Japaneseworks Japaneseorks Japaneseu
u works worksIn orks I IIn
I
In In addition 1 to Holantai and Fiechia Fiechiachuangtzii FfechlaIhuangtz Fiechiachuangtzu
chuangtzii Ihuangtz three other villages not im important Importal1t importalit ¬
portant were occupied by the Russians Russianstwo Russianstwo
two of which have alreaQy been relin relinquished rclfnRUlshld rehlnS ¬
S quished quishedMore RUlshldlore uIhed
More lore has boon learned of the magni ¬
Z tude of the Japanese strength Htr > nbth opposite oppositethe oppositeI
I the Russian offensive movement and as astlw
thf 1h Japanese appear disposed to show showtheir showthieirstrength how howthClr
their thieirstrength strength it probably will result In
thE immediate restoration of the orig ¬
Thai linea of odofonse dafonse If not in a Japan Japanese Japancse Japanese ¬
ese aggressive movement movementThe movementThe movementThe
The final reports give the losses at atllolantai
Holantai and Fieehiachuangtzu as less Jessthan lessthan
than at first firstannounced firstannouncedThe announced announcedThe
The Russians appear to have satis satisfed satisfled
fed f pd themselves of the strength of the
Japanese JapanosFOILED JapaneseFOILED r rFOILED
FOILED BY THE WEATHER WEATHERSt
St Petersburg Jan SO m 1150 p m mi
Oneral i f > ral Kuropntkins attempt to breaks
through t the Japanese leftTwios left wl and andfl2IIk qUfc
fink 11 fI k Field Jlsndial Oyamam fmsUio lSU rijrv rijrvContinued W WcConunued
Continued on Page 2 1 I
BEEF PACKERS PACKERSLOSE PACKERSLOSE PACKERSLOSE
LOSE THEIR THEIRCASE THEIRCASEInjunction CASE CASEInjunction CASEnjunction
Injunction I Made Permanent by the theSupreme theSupreme theSupreme
j i Supreme Court CourtJUSTICE CourtJUSTICE
LUSTIC
JUSTICE HOLMES OPINION OPINIONALL
ALL THE MEMBERS OF TH THCOURT THe THeCOURT THECOURT
COURT CONCURRED CONCURREDI CONCURRED CONCURREDWASHINGTON
A I I ASHINGTON Jan 30 30The The su suprame supreme suV
WASHINGTON V V preme court of the United States Statestoday Statetoday Statestoday
today decided the case of the theUnited
United States vs Swift Co known knownas knownas thcL L
as the the beef trust case charging con conspiracy conspIracy conspiracy ¬
spiracy among a ong the packers aCkers to fix prices priceson prIceon
on fresh meats etc The opinion was washanded washanped wasiian1ed
handed down by Justice Holmes and andafllijmed andaffirmed andamimed
affirmed the decision of the court be ¬
low which was against the packers
In his opinion Justice Holmes dis discussed disCussed dlscussed ¬
cussed at length the various conten
tions of the packers and disposed of
them individually He admitted that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some of the charges were less Je5sspeclfic specific
than desirable but said this was wasnecessarily wasnecessarll wasnecessarily
necessarily necessarll true on account of the thevast thevast theVast
vast extent of the field covered He Headded Headded Headded
added that sufficient evidence had been beenshown beenshown beenshown I Iand
shown to prove continuous offenses offensesand offensesand
and an offense of such a nature to
Justify the proceeding The opinion opinioncontinues opinioncontinues opinioncontinues
continues the Injunction granted grantedagainst grantedagahffit grantedagainst
against the packers under the Sher Sherman Sherman Sherman ¬
man nntltrust law by the lower courts I
The Th opinion was concurred ui by all
the members of the court courtCombination courtCombination courtCombination
Combination Charge Sustained SustainedSummarizing SustainedSummarizing SustainedSummarizing
Summarizing the bills Justice Holmes Holmessaid
said saidIt
It charges a a combination of a n
dominant proportion of the dealers in ft I
fresh meat mea throughout throu hout the United ftI I
States not to bid against each other in Jr
the livestock markets of the different differenistates
states to bid bidup up prices for a fe feW > v days
in order to induce the cattlemen to t I
send their stock to the stock yards to t
fix prices at whichthey which they will sell and
to that end to restrict shipments of
meat when necessary nec sary to establish a
uniform rule of credit to dealers and
to keep a blacklist to make uniform
and improper charges for cartage and
finally finall to get less than lawful rates
from the railroads to the exclusion c cluslon of
competitors competitorsReferring competitorsReferring competitorsReferring
Referring to the allegation of lack
of continuity in the charges he said
Whatever may he thought concern ¬
ing the proper construction of the
Statute a a bill in equity is not to be
read and construed as cii indictment
would have been read and construed a
hundred years ago but it is to be
taken to mean what It fairly falrl conveys
to a dispassionate reader by b a fairly
exact use of English speech Thus
read the bill seems to us intended to
allege successive elements of a single
connected scheme schemeAnswer schemeAnswer schemeAnswer
Answer Disposed Of
He disposed of the charge of multi
farlousness farlousn ss in the following language
The scheme as a whole seems to us
to be within reach of the law The
constituent elements as we have statr stated d
them th m are enough to give to t t1 t a s
scheme a body bod and for all that v c
can say sa to accomplish accom > JJSh it Moreover 1toreov r
whatever we pay ay think of them
separately when we take hem up as
distinct charges they are alleged as
elements of the scheme It is sug
gested that the several acts charged
are lawful and that Intent can make
116 ll difference But
they are bound
together as the parts of a single plan
The plan may make the parts unlaw ¬
ful Intent is almost essential to such a
convention and Is essentialto essential to such an
attempt Where acts are not suf ¬
ficient in themselves to produce produc a re ¬
sult which the law seeks to prevent
for instance the monopoly monopolbut but re ¬
quire further acts In addition to the
mere forces of nature to bring that
result to pass an intent to bring to
pass Is necessary In order to produce
a dangerous probability that it will
happen He also said saidMonopoly saidMonopoly saidI
I Monopoly of Trade TradeThe TradeThe TradeThe
The commission alleged embraces embracesrestraint embracesrestraint embracesrestraint
restraint and monopoly of trade within withina
a single state although its effect upon uponcommerce pponcommerce
commerce among the states Is not no not rpon rponcommerce ac accident tlCcident cccident ¬
cident secondary remote or merely
probable probableSpeaking probableSpeaking probableSpeaking
Speaking further on the question questi n of
s interference with interstate commerce
Justice Holmes said that a charge was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made of a combination of independent
dealers to restrict the competition of
the agents who purchase stock for
thorn In in the stock yards yardsThe yardsThe yardsThe
The purchasers and their slaughter ¬
ing establishments establl hment5 are he said
largely in different states from those thoseof thoseor thoseof
of the stock yards and the sellers of
thecattle the cattle perhaps it is not too much
to assume largely In different states I
from either The intent of the combi combination combination combination ¬
nation Is not merely to restrict com competition competition cornpetition ¬
petition among the parties but as we e
have said by b force of the general al ¬
legation at the end of the bill to aid
in an attempt to monopolize commerce commerceamong commerceamong commerceamong
among states statesHe statesHe statesHe
He added when cattle are ar sent for forsale fo fosale forsale
sale from a place in one state with
the expectation that they the will end endtheir endtheir endtheir
their transit after purchase in an another another another ¬
other and when in effect they do so sowith sowith sowith
with the only Interruption necessary i
being to find a purchaser at the stock stockyards stockyards stoeltyards
yards and when this Is a typical con constantly constantly constantly ¬
stantly recurring course the current
thus existing Is a current of commerce commerceamong commerceamong commerceamong
among the states and the purchase of
the cattle is a part and incident of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such commerce commerceAnswer commerceAnswer commerceAnswer
Answer of Packers Important I t
with reference to the allegation that thatno thatno thatno
no interstate commerce is Involved in
the sale of meats by the packers the theopinion theoplni6n theoplnl6n
opinion says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The allegations of the th second sec ¬
tion even If they the import a technical technicalpassage technicalpassageo technicalpassage
passage of title at the slaughtering
places also import that the sales are
to persons In other states and that the theshipments theshipments theshipments
shipments to other states are part of
the transaction transactionpursuant pursuant to such suchsales suchS suchsaiesd
sales S saiesd les 4 hd d thp he h third section imports
that the same things which are sent to toagents toagents toagents
agents are sold by them and suffici sufficiently sutUclenlly sufUciently ¬
ently indicate that some at least of
the sales are of the original packages
Moreover the sales are by b persons in inone Inone ittone
one state to persons in another But Butwe Butwe
we do not mean moon to Imply that the rule
which marks the point at whIch state
taxation or regulation becomes
per permllSlble permiesible ¬
missible necessarily Is beyond the thescope thescope thescope
scope of interference by congress In Incase Incasel Incases
case where such interference is
deemed necessary for the protection of ofcommerce ofcommerce
commerce among am among ng the states Nor do dowe dowe
we mean to Intimate that the statute statuteunder statuteunder statuteunder
under consideration is if limited to that thatpoint thatpolnL
point
Objections Insufficient InsufficientAfter InsufficientAfter
After referring In detail to 0 the ob ¬
jections to original bill of complaint complaintand complaintlnd complaintand
and disposing disp slng of aljxof alJ or them as in Insufficient ¬
sufficient Justice Holmes rod stiJdThe rodT
The T e defendants cannt b bC ° ordered
to compete but they properly can be
forbidden to give directions or to make makeagreements makegreQmonts makegreeinents
agreements not to compete competeModifications competeModifications competeModifications
Modifications of the injunction were weresuggested weretJuggtsted weresuggEsted
suggested as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The general words of o the injunction injunctiono
o < 1 by any other oth r method or device the the4UirpD theJirpoo
4UirpD Jirpoo Oc and apclflfeet effect ffe t o of which Isto Is Ito re
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CLARK ROAD HAS HASBEEN HASBEEN HASBEENFiNISHED
BEEN BEENFiNISHED BEENFiNISHEDLast FINISHED FINISHEDlast
last Spike Driven at a Siding No 31 31Yesterday 31Yesterday 31Yesterday
Yesterday YesterdaySOON YesterdaySOON YesterdaySOON
SOON READY FOR BUSINESS BUSINESSFIRST BUSINESSFIRST
FIRST THROUGH TRAIN LEAVES LEAVESSALT LEAVESSALT LEAVESSALT
SALT LAKE NEXT WEEK
Special to The Herald HeraldL HeraldI
I I OS O ANGELES A GELES Cal Jan 30 roAt At siding
L
L No 51 no i in the desort twenty miles mUesnorth milesnorth
north of the CaliforniaNevada state
l line the last spike in the San Pedro Los
Angeles Salt Lake railroad was drivenat driven drivenat
i at 315 oclock this afternoon Chief En Engineer Engineer Englneer ¬
gineer Tllton was present In parson to tosuperintend tosuporlntend tosuperintend
I superintend the laying of tho last rail
but had it not bean for tho wife of Gen General General Genoral ¬
eral Manager 1 > Wells tho affair would ould have
been without ceremony of a aily iy kind kin She Sh Sh11ad
hadsentdown bad sent down a tiny golden spike from
Salt Lake to the chief engineer This nth >
Tilton fished out of his vest pocket after aftera
a 3 burly Greek laborer labor r had dent nt the last Ja t
iron spike home and with a tack hammer
he sank It into the wood of the last tie
that had been put in place and then thenmotioned thenmotioned thenmotioned
motioned to the construction train to pass passover passover
over it As it did so the Greeks and
Austrians on the Nevada end set ur u > a acheer acheer
cheer rif answered S by a whoop from the
1f ith08 h08
Mexicans who built b it itt the t California Hf end endof endof i iof
of the road The little golden spike was
then taken u to b ba returned to Mrs
Wells as a souvenir souvenirWork sOUvenirVOrk souvenirWOrk
Work PushedFrom Pushed From Both Ends EndsThe EndsThe EndsThe
The division completed today consists of
299 99 miles of new construction between the
towns to ns of Calicnte Nev and Dagljett a
station on the Santa Fe In the heart of
the Mojave desert in California Cali Cornia For
eighteen months this construction work
was pushed from both ends and it was
only today toda that the tracklaying machines s
which were employed emplo ed came together
There are a few short sections of the new
track which will have to be rebuilt be ¬
fore the road will be opened to traffic
but It is believed in a very vcr short time
good time between Salt Lake and Los
Angeles can be made Much Iuch remains to
be done however in the way of provid ¬
ing watering facilities in tho desert
through which the road runs for so many
miles and affording protection to the
tracks from cloudbursts and sandstorms
common to this reslon reslonTremendous reslonTremendous regionTremendous
Tremendous Amount of Energy EnergyFrom EnergyFrom EnergyFrom
From Dagsrett to Riverside the Salt
Lake trains will run rut over the Santa Fe J e
tracks From Riverside to Los Angeles
and San Pedro harbor the Salt Lake com ¬
pany pan already alrcad has a fine train service in
operation over its own excellently built
and well equipped road Already AtrcQd a large
amount of freight Is awaiting transporta ¬
tion here via the Salt Lake route and
tremendous energy is being manifested in
developing tho mineral and agricultural
resources of the country through which
the new road runs All Indications point
to heavy traffic over the line from the
start startThe startThe startThe
The first through train from Salt Lake
to Los Angeles is expected to arrive here
some time next week when J Ross Clark
second vice president > of Of the road will
make the Initial journe over the entire
route routeTWO routeTWO routeTWO
TWO SWEDISH WITNESSES WITNESSESHow
How the Aldebaran Was Fired Th d Uponby Uponby Upon Uponby
by Kussian Transport in
the North Sea SeaParis SeaParis SeaParis
Paris Jan 30 30The = The international internationalcommission internaUona1commission Internationalcommission
commission Inquiring Into the North Northsea Northseo Northsea
sea incident at its session today heard hearttwo
two Swedish witnesses Captain John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son and Mate Stromberg of the cargo
boat Aldebaran i ldebaran They both testifiad
that a few hours preceding the firing
on the British trawlers by b theRussian theRussiansecond theRussiansecond he RussIan RussIansecond
second Pacific squadron their tjoats was wasattacked wasattacked wasattacked
attacked In the North sea by a strange strangewarship strangewarship strangewarship
warship which fired many shots at the
Aldebaran but did not do her serious
damage The stranger then disap ¬
peared pearedCounsel pearedunsel pennedCounsel
Counsel unsel for Russia protested that this
testimony was not directly connected connectedwith cennectedwith ceimectetiwith
with the North sea incident but Ad ¬
miral Founder president of the th com commission commtsslon cornmission ¬
mission ruled that
the testimony was wasadmissable wasadml wasadminsable
admissable adml adminsableHugh admissableHugh able ableHUgh
Hugh OBeorne the British agent agentsaid agentsaid agentsaid
said the strange vessel was the Rus Russian Ru Rusinn Russian ¬
sian transport Kamtchatka which wh ch mis ¬
took the Swedish craft for a torpedo
boat Mr OBcorne further declared
that the Kamtchatka I
thereafter sent a awireless awireless awireless
wireless message to Vice Admiral Ro
jsstvensky j stvenfk notifying nOU lng him that she had
been attacked by a torpedo boat and
Rojestvensky Rojestye < 1sky thereupon ordered his hissquadron hissquadron hissquadron
squadron to be on the outlook for tor torpedo torpedo torpedo ¬
pedo boats which w lch Mr tr OBeorne as asserted asserted asserted ¬
serted caused the North sea Incident IncidentSTUBBS In6ldentSTUBBS indidentSTUBBS
STUBBS DROPPED IN INSan INSan INSan
San Francisco Jan 30 30T J S Stubbs
traffic manager of the Southern South rn Pa Pacflc Pacfic
cflc arrived in this city today and andcalled andaUed andcalled
called at the office of the company
His visit had not previously prwlouSlYbecn been an announced anllQuncred announeed ¬
nounced and was a surprise to t most mostof mostor mostof
of the th local railroad officials It Is ex expcctell expeetei1 cxpecteil
pcctell that he will remain on the th coast
ior for several days Inspecting the con ¬
dltionofthe dition of the companys affairs
HARRIMAN GETS GETSWRFTOF WRIT OF CERTIORARI CERTIORARIr CERT1ORARSupreme 1 I IHAREMAN I
1 1Supreme r
Supreme Court Cou t Will Review the Northern Securities Case CaseArgument CaseArgument CaseArgunient
Argument Set for February February2OthrNext February2OthrNextOpinion 2Gth 2OthNext 2OthNextOpinion rNext rNextOpinion
Opinion Will Be Final
iI I ASHINGTON Jan 30 30The The su supreme
W V V preme J me court of thq United States Statestoday S4testO Sttttestdday
today tO Ia grant granted the th petition for a awrit awrit awrit
writ of certiorari In the case of E H
Harriman and others versus ycrs s the North Northern Northrn Northelm
ern elm rn Securities Securitiesf Securitiescompany f company growing out outof outof outof
j of the former decision decision of the court rel relative relative retative ¬
ative to the distribution of of the stock of ofthe ofthe
i the securities company The effect of
granting the writ is tobring tobrin to bring the case ca e
to t o the supreme court for review
Argument is set foijFeb 20after 2O fter oth ¬
er cases on the calendar that day
The suit was brought to determine
the right of possession of certain shares
of thecapital the capital stooJtf st of the securities
company delivered delhcredrn TO that corrfpany By5 1 By5Harriman
Harriman and others in 1901 when the
merger of the Northern Pacific and the th
Great Northern
railroad was consum
MINTYRE IS WANTED WANTEDIN WANTED WANTEDIN
IN SEVERAL STATES STATESNew
New York Jan i 30 30Phillp Philip McIntyre Mclntyrewho McIntyrewho Mcintyrewho
who was arrested last Saturday Salur < Jay upon u on
the arrival of a steamer from Vera VeraCruz VeraCru7 VeraCruz
Cruz on a a charge of passing a worth ¬
less draft for 800 S0 on a bank in the City Cityof CityoC Cityof
of Mexico according to the police Is Iswanted INwanted iswanted
wanted in more than a score of cities
In various parts of the United States Stateson
on charges of swindling When Me McInlyre MeIntyre
Inlyre was arraigned In polke court
today he was turned t rned over to the fed federal federal federal ¬
eral authorities authoritiesAmong authoritiesAmong authoritiesAmong
Among the cities eftl s where McIntyre Is Iswanted iswanted iswanted
wanted according to the detectives are
Deadwood S D Butte Mont Ever Everett Everett Everett ¬
ett Wash Kallspell Mont South
Omaha Neb N b Douglas Ariz Rosebun Rosebunand Roseburgand
and Baker City Clt Ore OreMclntyre OrelcIntyre OreMcIntyre
McIntyre will be arraigned before b Core a
United States commissioner In the th tintMexican
Mexican extradition proceedings
According to the th detectives Mclntyres Mclntyresattorney Mclntrcsrnethod Mcintyresmethod
method was to represent himself aJi n t 4e 4ejttomey e eg
g attorney torncy for a Tennessee coal po juompsmj Jpn J
end also as aformer fA Cormer prosecuting atir TI I Ive
rey ve of El Paso Tex T6 He If carried letters lettersof
of introduction written on papen pap l1 of the thtLt
t
mated After the government suit was w Is
decided against the merger the securi secur I j ¬
ties company com > an decided decidedto to distribute the thestock thestockof tli ie iestockof
stock stockof of each of the two railroad com companies companies l lpanics 1 ¬
panies amongst amon t the stockholders pro proportionately proportionately pr > ¬
portionately instead of giving to each eachone eachone eac h
one the stock originally deposited by b y
him as Harriman claims should have hal
been done Harriman and his associ associates associates assoc assocates i ¬
ates represent the Northern Pacific Pacificstockholders Pacificstockholders Pacifstockholders
stockholders and they represent 82
491871 491S l par value valueThe valueThe valueThe
The present case was brought in the thecircuit thecircuit thecircuit
circuit court for the district of New
Jersey J erse which granted an injunction injunctionagainst injunctionagnlnst injunctionagainst
against the securities company pro pro1tlbltl
1tlbltl Mbltmc the disposal osal of the Northern North NerthevTJtIQuflaeunb e
P Pac cifia nrp Ilr QgiQ Q fc iShk TJtIQuflaeunb < tfcgufli fIIIJ1 ui uiofappeals J1It
ofappeals ofappea Srever5 reversed d 1h thacuecTstdo btd t moo and antiIts
its decision would have been final but
for the decision reached today to re review yeview
view the case
JOHANN HOCH CAUGHT IN NEW YORKEngaged YORK YORKEngaged YOkKEngaged
Engaged Board With WithMrs Mrs Catherine Kimmerle Saturday and andProposed andProposed andProposed
Proposed to Her Yesterday YesterdayThe The Woman Gave the thet
t Tip to the Police
MEW EW YORK Jan 30 3OTohann Johann Hoch Hochcharged Hochcharged IlochI
NEW I charged with bigamy glmy in Chicago and andwho andwho andwho
who It is alleged married twenty twentywomen twentyWomen twentywomen
women was as arrested at a boarding house
tonight by central office detectives Ho Headmitted Hoadmitted Hoadmitted
admitted his identity Jdenti although when first firstarrested firstarrested firstarrested
arrested he cave RVC the name of Henry Henr
Burtels At the Fortyseventh Fort scventh street sta ¬
tion where he was taken he said
I am Hoch and nd a a much abused man
How abused he was asked
He had nothing to say sa He gave his
name as John Joseph Adolphus Hoch Hochaged Hochaged Hochaged
aged 45 years ears a machinist living at 6340 63tO
Union avenue Chicago ChicasoHoch ChlcaoHoch ChicagoHoch
Hoch stated that he had not been mar married married marrled ¬
ried twenty times He said that he had
been married only twice and that his
first wife Is still alive aliveMrs aliveMrs
Mrs Catherine Kimmerle his landlady
said he engaged board on Saturday and
had not been in the house twenty twent minutes minuteswhen minuteswhen minuteswhen
when he asked to be allowed topeel some somepotatoes somepotatoes somepotatoes
potatoes for her Today he proposed proposadmarrlape proposQdmarrlae proposedmarriage
marriage and she then told the police
She added that the hc man talked a good
deal to her yesterday and became much
interested in her she thought thoughtIn
In his room were found nearly nearl a dozen dozennew dozennew dozennew
new suits of clothing In most cases the
tags had been torn from them but those
that had not showed that the garments
had been bought in western cities among
them Seattle SeattleChicago SeattleChicago SeattleChicago
Chicago Jan 30 aAlthough Although the police
hope to convict Hoch of murder the only onl onlye
e
specific charges that they ha have nave e against
him at the present Dt < ent time are bigamy biam and
wife abandonment From all accounts
Hoch has been bee married to twentyfive
different women and six of these have
died led
under circumstances which
the
po JO ¬
lice declare to be suspicious sust > ieious These Wo VO ¬
men were wereMrs were3rrs wereMrs
Mrs Mary lrar Schultz Hoch disappeared
from Argus Ind In 1900
Mrs lrs Moyle Hoch disappeared In 1S92 S9
Mrs Mary Steinbrecher Hoch died in
Chicago in 1902 19 19Irs 190 190Mrs
Mrs Irs Lena Hoch died in Milwaukee in
jsas ISlSltrs
jsasMrs
Mrs Mao Mar Becker Hoch died in St
Louis in 190 190Mrs 1ooMrs 1902
Mrs Marie Welker Hoch died in Chi ¬
cage Jan 11 1 1Chicago 1905 1905Chicago 10 10Chlca
Chicago Chlca o Jan 30 31The The list lst of the women
Whom Hoch Is uJlesed ulee to have married
was increased Incresed today tOda through identifica ¬
tion t0n of his picture by Mrs llrs Marie Identca Goerk
of Chicago Chicgo as that of a man known to her
as Jacob Schmidtt Shmldt to whom she was
married marrie In December Deember 1901 101 and with whom
she lived Ivld at her home here until the fol ¬
lowing March when whln he fled
Hoch Hah advertised In a German paper
said Mrs Goerk for room and board
I I wrote to Hoch and he came here at
once A week later he asked me to
marry him and I did so Then he took
out an insurance Insurnco policy polc for which he did
not pay pa and demanded that I have my m
life lCe insured too I i refused to do so and
he became angry nsr
DIABOLICAL DIABOliCALOUTRAGES DIABOliCALOUTRAGESManila OUTRAGES OUTRAGESMania
Manila Mania Jan 31 31Detals 1Details Details received concerning conc rning the operations oper of
tons
Montalon and Fellzardo Felzardo the outlaw Ladrone leaders leders show that fright ¬
ful atrocities atrocites have been committed commited Natives Natves who have expressed or
shown sympathy sypath for Americans have been hamstrung and their lips
cut off Justices Justces of the peace pece have nave been abducted and killed lps
Among the he papers captured kled
te at Montalons camp was a document
offering a reward for the head of Governor Trias and also placing
als
prices on the heads ods of other supporters of the government
The he two bandits are now
operating
separately and
operatng troops are on
the track of the bands Persons Persns familiarwith famiar wih the situation siuaton declare that
drastic
drastc measures are the govern mentss only recourse recoure
The indications IndicatOns are that the disaffected disafected element is confined to two
provinces provincs General Allan Alanhas has reported reportedthat that the situation siuaton in the Island
of Samar has 1 greatly geatb Improved improvedI
l
court c rl of Tennessee Tenneee and purport ¬
ing to be le signed slbcd by 1 various supreme court
justices justCC of trat state He Is i a liuent uent nt
I Iu
talker and easily eusU became bCCme acquainted acquilnted with
lawyers Jawyel whom h 1 appointed agents a ton
nt tor
the coal cOn company compny He would then ask
the newly appointed nppoilted agents to introduce intro uce
him at one of the local banks banksTOOK banksTOOK
1 1TOOK
TOOK FATAL DOSE DOSESeattle DOSESeatte DOSESeattle
Seattle Seatte Jan 30 30Eddie Eddie Austin AlStl a
painter and decorator 25 years of
yean age ngecommitted agecommlted agecommitted
committed commlted suicide in n ft i lodging house
here t this ils ls morning by faking laleing morphine i
He was with u u woman named 1la 1larnlwhen May
Grant Crantwhen rnlwhen when the th uct ct was committed commited and
left a a note saying that the girl had hudeen
toen een false falte to him His union working
card gives his fathers name as s S S
Austin Austn 1101 101 Twentythird avenue East Eat
Oakland Oakand Cal CalPLEADING CalPLEADING
I
PLEADING FOR GORKY GORKYRome GORKYROIo GORKYRome
Rome ROIo Jan Ja 30 30A A number of depu ¬
ties tes signed a a memorial mnorIal nremorlalin In the chain cha ¬
her ofdeputies odepute today asklrtg akl the gov gOVcnllmtlt
cnllmtlt rJ tt goodofie good ofie gv 1h ltb ltbphehe I
tli to phehe che
t SSInl ntett l
nfc ions orla ofMtudin ll Gorky and 1s his compa compan
OFFER TO TAKE TAKEFIFTY TAKEj TAKEFiFTY
j FIFTY PER CENTI CENTSchetter CENT CENTSchettler CENTSchettler
I
I
Schettler Schetter Creditors Cedtor Conclude Half Hal a aI aI
I I loaf Better Beter Than Tha None NoneI Noneil NonePLAN
I 1 PLAN UNDER DISCUSSION DISCUSSIONDEPOSITORS DISCUSSIONDEIOSITORS DISCUSSIONPEOSITORS
il
DEPOSITORS DEIOSITORS OF THE DEFUNCT DEFUNCTjI DEFUNCTBANK
I BANK WILL MEET TONIGHT TONIGHTPROPOSITION TONIGHTA TONIGHTA
A A PROPOSITION was ws made mde yesterday yeeterdayafternoon ytda ytdaafernoon
ii afternoon afernoon by several Mycrl of the t creditors creditorsof cret
of B H SchetUcr tb tb the defunct tank tanker hnk hnker ¬
er to t his counsel couneI former Cormer Senator Joseph
I L Rawlins Rawln to settle stt all claims on Jop a ba basis b haof ¬
sis of 50 5 cents on the dollar dollr
Senator Rawlins Rawlns admitted admitte last evening evsuIu v nIR
that he had heard h > rd of such a proposal
suc propHl
but he was a not prepared to give any of a t
the details detais He le Added ded laughingly lauhlngly that
such a proposition propositol would no doubt be
agreeable agr able providing there was enough b i
property ploper y In sight to realize realzo a sum sm suffi sufC ¬ I
ciently centr large to liquidate lquidate all al claims on
n f basis of aO 5 cents on the dollar dolk
From other sources it I was learned that
several serl of the creditors creiors principally learne de ¬
positors posiors had called caltd on Mr llr prlnclpn Schettler Schetlt and
informed him that they the were willing wIlIin to
drop all al prosecutions proscutos and would wilng get the theother theother theother
other creditors creiors to make mke a simitar 8imilr agree agreemerit ree reement ¬
ment providing that he would mortgage
wouk
al a his property for 30000 O iid d mortJ turn the therroceeds tbt theiroeeels
rroceeds Jroeee over to the receiver r elver II R An n ¬
R
derson for distribution distributon Air Schettler
111 Sfttel
is said to have
replied repled that he could euld not nt
entertain entertin the lilan > lan without wihout first consult csult ¬
ing Ins his lawyer Senator SEnator Rlns Rawlfns and he
advised the committee < mmitee to submit an their
proposition to him himAt himAt himAt thr throposiUon
At the Schettler Schetter home on Brigham
street last evening e enn Mr Schettler Scetter BrJ1 had re r ¬
tired tred but one on of of his hi sons S 6 said It t was as
true tr that that some sme of o the creditors creitor l lied l of ¬
fered fertd to make terms term but lJt further furUer 4 than thn
that
he said the family famiy was w not ir lire
pared pred to make any an statement statementNot sttement sttementNot statementNot je
Not Not Enough Enoughto to Go Around AroundSchettlers AroundSchetters AroundSehettlers
Schettlers Schetters total liabilities lablte according
acrdlnf
to the schedule filed CUe in t the court curt at the
time tte he went into bankruptcy bankrupl amount
to 107000 JOO It I was ws said sid by persons perns wh who
ure re familiar with the details d of the
CamiaI wih thf tll th case la
that if he o
I could raise ris JSO 00 on a a mort mortge inertage ¬
gage age ge covering everlng all his realty re Jt holdings holings a
larger ltrger sum 81m could culd be 1 reihelt realized if the prop prp ¬
and erty rtv wore Wfre even 4vn sold Mld nadir 101 the th hmm r rand rand rand
that therefore theefore the proposal to take rakeOentl takecents
propal
< 0 cents Oentl on eu the dollar was waJ h hr4b barely r i > jests jWU ¬
fable fable in view of that fact
A meeting meetng of o te the creditors will be heW
1 b hel
this evening evenlnJ of at tt t which the subject will
wil
be > discussed dlsCU85d and andl a definite dsnUt plan adopted adopte
Yesterday Yesteray afternoon Receiver Rthfr Anderson Anern
paid another installment Instalment of 16M to me Jn inset t
the Judgment judgent in the Livingston case
t
Livillo c
Only 1000 0 more is needed nede to satisfy stify this thisclaim ti thisclaim
claim and then Mr 11 Anderson Andersn will be in ina Ina
a a position to take definite actionto action to
t tke dernle acton t pay py I
off the depositors unless unle the course out ot ¬
lined Unedabo above e is adopted in the meantime
In the mater matter ot of the Tlmoth Timothy mentme HaI Hall note I I I
Mr Schettler I says that h h lie has a found
sb Itr Itrh Itrles
N the recciiit r signed g by Mr Hull n for = W 155
less les fees fe g which he withdrew wihdrew from the
bank late last summer Mr lr Hall Hal has h al aiways always
ways contended that tat he never received reived
the money and that he never signed a
receipt receipt receiptWORK receiptWORK signe
WORK OF WYOMING MEN I
Bills Bis Introduced by Mondell Mond l ll and andSpecial andWarren andWarren
Warren WarrenSpecJal WarrenSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Herl HeraldTaslringon
Washington Jan M Representative
Yahlngon JanReprcttve
Mondoll Mondel today toda Jntr introduced duc a bill iacorno
bn
iUS Lratlne tjic teralSka e TJranKAJaskji jnska JtHllrosd firold iirokd ootn ootnthorizing om
P paitith wh 2mtf oftl11tdr ottlkIi0O0G ani atOP OI all
oMtOor a
thorizing thorzinS them to construct cenetot a a railroad rlrOd
from Valdez aidez ldez to Eagle Esle Cit CtYa Ctty > Alaska Alaka Ed Edward Edwar Edward ¬
ward Incorporators IncorporatorsRepresentative war Gillett Giett of Wyoming T omln Is one one of tho
Representative Mondell Iondel was notified notfed to ¬
day that the pension pension office will wil establish establisha etabUsn etabUsna
a board boad of pension pfnsion examining exmlnln surgeons surgeonsat SUI0nS I
at Buffalo Wyo o The members of the 1
board will wi be l l Drs > rs W Y C Criswell Cr1weJ W E
Gosel G Gossell ossell and J W Blake BlakeRepresentative BlakcRepresentatve BlakeRepresentative
Representative Representatve Mondell Iondel has ha recommend recommended ¬
ed the establishment estblshment of a postoffice ItotCce at
Albin Laramle Lrmie county cunt Wyoming YOmin with wih
J A Anderson as a postmaster potater and roe recommended rt roeommended ¬
ommended ommende the appointment of John May Mayas ay ayas
as postmaster at Tisdale Tsdale Vyo
Senator ScnaJr Warren today introduced Introucd a bill billproviding bi billproviding
providing for the resurvey of fiftyeipht fiftyeiphttownships fiftyeighttownships
townships of land in Wyoming Yyomln flfeitht flfeithttoWnshlps extending extenting
alon alonS along the line ne of the TTnion Pacific Pacifc rail railway rl railway ¬
way Wi from Point of Rocks to Green River
The bill bi provides provide that the survey surve shall shallnot shal shallnot
not impair the rights of present prent actual actualoccupants atuMl actualoccupants
of the lands He also
occupants Oupant Intro Introduced Introduced introduced ¬
duced a bill bil to increase incese the tie nension nsion of
William R Hubbell of Cheyenne
DENVER COUNT CONCLUDED CONCLUDEDEliminated CONCLUDEDEliated CONCLUDEDEliminated
Eliminated Eliated the Alleged Aeged fraudulent fraudulentBallots Fuduent Fuduentalots FraudulentBallots
Ballots alots Adams Ads Wins Wi by Big BigPlurality BigPlulit ThgPlurality
Plurality PluralityDenver Plulit PluralityDenvcr
Denver Colo Cob Jan 30 30Ten Ten ballot balot
boxes boxe were reported reported on by b experts expert to today toda3 today ¬
day da3 in the joint legislative legislatve committee Cmmitee
hearing h arlpg of the PeabodyAdams PeaboyAdas guber gubernatorial oubernatolal gubernatorial ¬
natorial natolal contest contestThe contestThe contestThe
The experts expert alleged aleged that out of 3044 304
ballots baJots 723 were written by two or three threepersons thr thrperons threepersons
persons personsThe perons personsThe
The examinations examInatons of ballots baJots in this thiscounty thiscounty
county en behalf of Peabody has now nowbeen nowbeen
been completed 194 19 ballot balot boxes bxe having
been beeQ opened The experts expers reports reportsshowed reJrts reJrtsshowed reportsshowed
showed that 29141 2911 votes were cast cas in inthese Inthese Inthese
these 104 precincts of which 19161 were werefor werefor werefor
for Adams and 9311 931 for or Peabody Penbod The Theexperts Theexperts Theexperts
experts reported that tha 7SOS 7S of these thes
Democratic ballots and 1220
temocraUc baUot Republi Republican Republ Rpubllcafl ¬
can ballots were w re fraudulent as they theywere theyere theyWere
sons were ere written wrten by 1y from one to four per pr prsons persorts
I If the legslature legislature should take the the
original oriinal petition petton of former Governor GovernorPeabody GovernO
Peabody p abodY and throw thro out the entire entre vote voteo yoteol
o ol ofi all al these precincts Peabodys plu pluraltty plurlty
raltty rlty In the state would be beseventysix beseventysix seventysix seventysixIf
If however the legislature should de deduct ded ¬
duct d et the ballots balots alleged to t be fraudu fraudulent frudu frudulen mraudulent ¬
lent len from the tc good ones Adams wouldstl would wouldstill
still stl have a plurality plurly of 2186 2186Six 2186Six
Six mpre ballot balot boxes will wi be reported reportedontomorrow reportedontomorrow L
ontomorrow on tomorrow four from Adams county countyand cunty cuntyand
and two from from Conejos Coneos cunty With this thisreport thl thlreport
report the contestant will 1 have finished finishedhis fnished fnishedhis
his case before the committee commitee Wedne Wednesd4y Wednes Wednesday ¬
day d afternoon afernon the attorneys for the thecontestee thecontestee thecontestee
contestee will wi begin to introduce evi evidence eIdence cvidence ¬
dence denceNo denceNo denceIp
No session of the committee commite was held heldtonight heldt heldtohight
tonight tonightNOW t flght flghtN
I
NOW N W UNDER MARTIAL LAW LAWHabeas
Hbes Habeas Corpus Corus Suspended in i the theProvinces theProvnces th I
Provinces Provnces Provincesof of Cavite Cavte and Batan Batangas Batn Batngs
gas gs in i the Philippines PhilippinesManila Phppies PhppieslIanlhl
Manila lIanlhl Jan 30 30Habeas Habeas Habea corpus haa ha has I
bojn bq n suspended in the provinces province of Cavite Caviteand CavlteanI I
and anI < Batangas BatangasMajor aatanbs
Major tajor General Corbln is heartily heariy co cooperating coo ¬
operating o rtll with Governor Wright and CoS is isgiving Isgl ii S
giving gl glin ln him overy mrey possible aid in sup ¬
pressing PKes p esslng ng lawlessness lawleness Federal troops consiHtins con con
siHtins s1tin of detachments e of picked k sharp sharpshooters sharpshoOters ¬
IthC hC hCnathf
shooters JJ rOf work iu conjunction jU ctr with It the thenative tin I
native nathf scouts souts and the constabulary Fed Federal Federl Federal ¬
eral erl troops garrison garison the th towns and ad mar martial martal martial ¬
tial tal law has practically vraclcalh been established establishedThe etblshed etblshedTe
The Te present Dreent situation situaton In the two prov provInbes provInces
Inbes is partially partaly due to ladronlsm ladronis provI and andto andto an I
to disaffection dlsafecton fostered foStorc by b the opponents opponentsof oppont anS S
of the he Internal revenue law lawXhe lawie lawIihe
Xhe ie force of bandit ladrones is esti estimated est estimated ¬
mated mat d at 5 600 The Te bandits band1 have intimi intimidalod Intmi Intmid IntimiSifted
Sifted d o peacefully peacefuIy inclined Inclne natives who ho I
have hve been ben forced to assist asist them themPRINCE themPRINCE
4 a aPRINCE
PRINCE IN LESS PAIN PAINPotsdam PAINPtsdam PAINPotsdam
Potsdam Jan Jan30Folowlng 30 30FollowIng Following Is the theevening theevening thi C Cevening
evening bulletin buletn of o the physicians physicas at
tending tenQlnS Prince Eitelr Eitelri Eiel Eitel
i JPhicrJnee W J1zfIi ViRNnee had atlless less pain duringthe duringthethlgVeveningjsiOO durJng the a
dn daianftidpttnuch lnFlePt much His tmperature tmperaturethll a
thlgVeveningjsiOO thll tb1cunIng vlngjs10Q 1s100 pulse p lse 72 respiration respiraton respiratonappetle i
SS 1 appetite appetle god od
ENGINES ARRIVE ARRIVEFOR ARRIVEFOR ARRIVEFOR
FOR SAN PEDRO PEDROTwentyfour PEDROTwentfou PEDROwentyfour
Twentyfour Twentfou T Out of Fiftyone Fitone Now in inthe i inthe
the te Local Yard YardPUTTING YardPUTTING YardPUTTING
PUTTING PARTS TOGETHER TOGETHERFOUR TOGETHERFOUR
FOUR F OUR OIL
BURNERS GO TO LOS LOSANGELES LOSANGELES LOSANGELES
ANGELES FOR TRIAL RUNS RUNSWBNTYFOUR RUNST RUNST
T WBNTYFOUR Yn TFOUR huge hug engines oaf ot f a ashipment
T egne
I I shipment of fiftyone fltyon for the te e San SanPedro S
Pedro Per Los Lo Angeles An < ees 8 Salt Sal Lake Lka rail railroad r raiload ¬
road rd r oad have hve arrived arrve her ere within wti th ta Jt lasttwo last lasttwo
two days dS7 and they the are ae now ow w feeing bn bnhue ever eveshai everhauled
hauled hue hai ed and put in running running order orde by four fourspecial fr frspecial tourspecial
special engineers engneers As soon n as a eaeh one onearrived esearrived
arrived Rrrlve toe tD engineers took it In hand had O
and a 041 mad mad the te enbner necessary ncer enneoUo connections in
the t he running nnnin gear ger preparatory prpton to sandlos
it i t down the te line lineFour lne lineFour 5e1DS
Four of the te oil 01 burners burne were re shipped shlpedto
to Los Ls Angeles Angele last night where whee slDd plenty plety
of oil 01 can cn be obtained obtalne for fo a trial run rn
Theee The engines have be Be been n an 0 the tril road f 1 toe toemore r rmore
r
more than tha a month SUM and were maaufac
wee
tured ture by b the t Baldwin a Locomotive Lmotve mafc works worksLt
1t Lt t Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMost Phild p rk
Most IOt of the engines ensloe are of the 609 8 0G dues duesnnd classend 8 8rnd
end rnd arc to be b used usedin in hardier 1t freight t
Those Tb0 now in UB us Has on o the th reed r are areIDger j pea peaaenger
scager IDger locomotives Jmoth Th The These e engines e 1 weigh
11 US tons ton eeh eh h and have In a fftjre ft flftyseirtit ji Inch Inchwheel lochwheel
wheel whl The Th cylinder cylner bore be is I twviytwo t > 1 lh lhwhl to
inches incht and the piston pi ln rod has h a stroke strokeof
of thirty inches inchesHave inche incheHave inchesHave r ske skeor
Have Vanderbilt Vanderbit Tenders TendersKarh Tender TenderI1aeh TendersEarit
Karh I1aeh engine n ne is I provided provi with wih the ti tat tateet Jt letellt
eet Improved ImpNe Vanderbilt Vltdebl tender t ami the thewafer th thewater
wafer wr tank has hs a capacity ePdt capecl of o 7M 11 sal pl i
lone The Th water teat tet on ttw t boifera ts
2C7 S7 pounds os the t It steam t am an teat t 2 f21 pounds I sod a I
the working g pressure presure on o an a average a is bFive
3W i pounds poundsFive poundsFive ye
Five locomotives lomothre came in last la nlffht
Three Thl of of them r m are switch swleh enginesand engines nit and d
they thy are an of a larger lr er type t than the te cn freight freightengine fhttntaf frefrhttn1uos
engine tntaf 1 The oil 01 burners ill are ar oC the tb 999 t5
type t and they tb have a capacity of 2 2Pi 2Pigallons > to togallons
gallons wlol oC o oil and carry cr a R4lgaUot cp jGMgallott wa ¬
ter tank tnk Theseare Th These are the t most powerful powerfulengines powrfutengines
n Pwtut Pwtuten
engines en n that tht have hVE ever been shipped west westand wet wentand
and the th passenger Der engine eoth n spp it I I to pld pldwill t4d t4dwill
will wi be bt able ab to run rn eighty eht7 miles me an ft hour hr hrn houron
on n scheduled SbMUlf time timeMore Urt timeMore
More than thn a R month ago o the U first I en e ennines ¬
nines left tft the factory fctor at P Philadelphia Philadelphiacoupled PhlladclphIaoup4ed
coupled in as al deadheads dedldK with heavy
freight freght oup and each ef1 engine ntnr was wa wtb in t charge churgeof v
of
a machinist Sometimes
maehlnl Sometm as y many mny as
five and six locomotives JocmoUv cane c in fa one
train tlln but bt never more mt than thn fifteen t mites mitesper II itiulesper
per pr hour was wa averaged aVtre on O the t mute roottsSnowbound rts rtsSnowbound muteSnowbound
Snowbound fri inl Canada CanadaThe Canadae CanadaThe
The e route rout taken tatn was front frO Philadelphia P la
to Buffalo and then over ovtr the Grand
Trunk system to Chicago Chiro Thraogt th Can n ¬
ado a the trains trin became bme snowbound snwbn and c the theengines theegine theengines
engines egine had hd to be sldetke sidetracked until a they tJy
could be picked up UI by special tlal traltte t
They came over the Northwestern tr from
NortbNtel
Chicago hif go to Omaha Omha and theses tb over oe t the
Union Pacific to t Ogden OgIL
The passenger INHner engines are expected in
this thi week wI al and ntl enlnf the engineers enlnr ext who wh are ae dre I
here hErf superintending suerntenlnr the U work say they
will wi have hve them thm all MJ out wor on O the th ni jlne 1 t In
about ten
ton days day The Th engineer enpl englne are ae
Charles Charlt K i Cramer Crmer W V H Wright i G Ge Gee o
Bloomtngaale Bloomln taJe and tad W V E Gausline Un
SECOND SEMESTER Es u OPENI OPENS OPENSAttendance OPENSAttendance
Attendance Atendanc e at Grade Schools SC hoolsS Slightly SlightlyAbove SlightlyAboveNormal lightlyAbove
I Above AboveNormal AboveNormalTke Normal NormalThe Norm J JTht
The aeeaftd 3fd wmestw o o ot < t fMMfre fMMfreschools Ie Ieschools
schools sch ols began 8n yestcrway ete ay It I wtttf wsi market JPd
by the th enrollment enrlent of thirtyMix thirtyMixj han hanpSi w wpl
j pl pSi > Hs in in the th West We wr Sde Side High Hipare thltJ mtho eiosL Thai
are graduates graduate from the t eighth th grad grad grt 4 tn tnthe i inthe
the grammar bammar schools shl Thirty Thirt pupils fr nnl front m
the same sme grade grldp In the tbt grammar gmmr Jp schools al alhave schools1ave
have been enrolled enrll at the East Fost Side Se Hferh Hferhschool Rlottrahool
school 8ho1 Xew classes elasSI Wil will be b formed fon Rih for tt forthese
these pupils puls in both the High Hihsb schools
The attendance atendance at the te grade school is isslightly I isslightly
srce so
slightly slghty above abve normal nora Vbile Vie there the le leconsiderable i Isconsiderable
considerable ensideble sickness sckne among aong the th dill el ¬
dren of the city et the number of ofi alfrBetttee
is i not greater greter than usual at this thi se aenAois 0oa
Ten TM pupils graduated rduate last Jat Friday Fril at the
West Vet Side High school shOl in the commeretaJ
department departmentYOUNG departmentYOUNG departmentC departmentYOUNG cmmwd
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YOUNG PIANIST PLEASES PLEASESNineyearold PLEASESNincyearold PLEASESNincyearold
Nincyearold Boy Leads in a Re ReA Recital Recitai
cital citalA
A piano recital rial in which Henry Obese OtI
dorfer doafer 9 years ears of age a e th th the pupil of Mtaf M
Gratis Grta Flanders Flaners took tok the th pupl le4 leading iutattracted JM iut isareattracted
attracted attrcted an enthusiastic enthu tc audience aui or orfriends offrin of offriends
frin friends to the First Congregation Congregationchurch Cougreadessslchureh o ochurch
church last lat evening evenin The young p porhr porhrmer rir rirmer
mer was WtS assisted aSstt by MiSs Marian Mar yonS p Obera Oberadorfer Obru Obrudoafer Oberndorfer
dorfer doafer and Miss Mis Romania Romani Hyde Fyde la I ad ¬
dition dtion to Miss Mis Flanders FlandersMaster Flande FlandersMastet
Master 11 te Oberndorfer is apparently nut wotdaunted nutdaunted
daunted daunte by b the most mot difficult d1 appreH lt mueie muk a He Hegave 1e 1egc o ogave
gave gc selections selectins from such suckwt1 well kD kDmaters fcwpwn fcwpwnmasters kpewnmasters
masters maters as Beethoven Bethmreu Mozart qzart It a and d Men MentietssohH Mendelseoha Ie
< tietssohH eshl among others other last J evening aA and andacquitted andacquitted
acquitted 8luite himself himslf in a way to win vla a t thearty t the
hearty herty applause appaus a of the th audience audienceWILL auice auiceWILL audiencea audienceWILL
WILL OPEN AN EMPIRE EMPIREBig
Big Celebration Planned For the theTwin theTwin theTwin
Twin Falls Fals Opening March 1 1The 1Tlie 1The
The Tlie date for the opening OpeniBI of the t Twin TaiaFalls
Falls irrigation Irrigton system in Cassia Cafa comity
Idaho has ha finally fnal been bn set for March lacJ euwQ 1 1At IAt 1At
At that tht time tme the Snake Sne riv rve river r w l b bjf be < diverted di utverted ¬
verted from its it course cotlse at a point a a w wmiles wmies wmiles
miles above Shoshone fails pnt and
mies abe an iMir iMirauing r r rsuing
suing the south suth bank bnk of the channel ehel fr frsomE forseine r rsome
some somE thirtynine miles mie will water wate hun hundreds hyf bunreds ¬
dreds dre d reds of thousands thousads of acres acresThe acre acresThe
The occasion osion of the th opening open1ngor of the ss sstem sys sysern rs rstem
tem t ern which represents rtreents In thE te aggregate asrgregatan e te tean
an a n expenditure ependiture of 2500000 50 will IU be se made madecne Jds Jdscone madene
cone o ne of celebration celebraton plans having havlJ been beenmade b besaade
made m ade to have the governor goveror and anf other otherstate othe othertate
state s officials offcls deliver delver th t the formal ad addresses addre adresses ¬
sd
dresses dre d resses of the day dayAt dayAt dayAt
At present the Snake river is pouring JdN
through t an a Immense rver tunnel tnn driven dd driventhrough
through t one of the large islands Islads n ne neimer C a aMilner >
lUlner M Milner imer Ida The latter later town Js wu Jec flaUIC flaUICor J c cfor
for f or Colonel S B Milner nner of Salt Sal Saltne Lake Lakeone r ront
one ont o ne of the th prime prme movers moer in thebig the bl en enterprise 0 onerprise ¬
terprise terpriseOREGON terprlseOREGON t erpriseOREGONJAND
I
OREGON OREGONJAND JAND JND FRAUDS FRAUDSFederal FRAUDSFederal FRAUDSaederal
Federal F Grand Jury About Due to toMake t tMake teMake
Make Another Report ReportPortland ReportPortlnndJan ReportPortland
Portland PortlnndJan Jan 30 30Rumrs 30Bunters Rumors of o a 8 Mt Mtarly ii iiearly
early eal e report reprt by b the federal federl grand gand Juoare Juo jtmyre u uare
are a re in circulation circulaton and ad seem sm to hae haesome hae30m haueome
30m s some foundation foundton United Unie States Ste Die District Di Dierict ¬
trict t rict Attorney Atorney Heney must mus be In Wah Wahington Washngton Wash Washington
ington i D C abut about the middle of o thh thlimonth thhJonth thhmonth
month unless unles the cases coming cominS up teie teiecn therean there therecan
can cn c an be further prostponed or r he can ca ar arrange a asange ¬
range rnge r with some on on4 else to heukllA heukllAthem bdl bdlthem handlahem
them t for him himTherefore himTherfore himTherfore
Therefore Therfore the grand gnd jury jUI isexpoetafl isexpoetaflto ia
to t o report to the court its it findings fndings etpote sone sonetime
time tme t this week wek and adjournsine die SQI In Inthe 1 1he
the t he interim iterim before the convening ionvaning oC o th thregular the theegular 1
regular regula r March larch grand gnd jury ofthe Unltad UnltadStates Unt UuIt t
States State court Uie tfe government gyernmot officials officialswill ofuials ofuialswJ ofThilalswill
will devote their time to
wJ thei tme iweparlris iweparlriscases aprellanin1ases rep rln
cases c for court and for orpI preeontutlon preeontutlonbefore preoeutattohefore mtato mtatobefore
before b the grand jury juryBOMB jurye juryBOMB juryBOMB
e
BOMB PLACED IN PARIS PARISParis P PARISParis RIS RISParis
Paris Jan 30 30Te ZOThe The police plce early eab
todaydiscovered toda today dicovered discovered a a supposed suppsed bomb bombwith bombwith bombwith
with a tube attached atace containing1 containing1a contining contininga
a lighted lghted fuse In front of the
house or Prince Troubetskoy an anattache anattacho anattache
> attache of the Russian embassy em >
here here The policemenextinguished policemenextinguishedthe polcemenpctngisho a
the fuse and Infonngd the authorl
Uos t titi fair who Whg are Investigating IIlest1stfg th th n af
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