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CAUSED A STIR STIRSensational STIRor STIRScnsational
Sensational Sensatio al Statement Stateme t to Senate Com Committee Coininittee ¬
mittee on Indian IndianAufairs IndianAufairsTRUST Affairs AffairsTRUST AffairsTRUST
f ASHINGTON Jan 31 nSensa 3LSensatloiial nSensational Sensa Sensational ¬
tional disclosures dls < losures In relation reJUon to tothe tothe tothe
the alleged alle ed use of Indian trust
funds for the support of sectarian
toliool were made today by Senator
Bard in a statement to the senate aeunteimmitt aenatemmitt senatemmIttee
< immitt mmIttee e on Indian affairs In addi addJon ¬
lion on to the charge that th < < t Roman Catho Cathoui C tho thoUt
ui 2U schools S < hooJs have received 9S per cent < ent of
the money mOl expended > undtr contracts contractsnad contructsnaf
nad naf = by the Indian commissioner Sen Senator Senator ¬
ator Bard said that he had been ap
Troaohed Iroacb > dby by a representative of a aatholic
Catholic < association wlth a promise of ofarrylng ofrryinS of4rryIng
arrylng < a certain stated st ted number of ofilistricts
ilistricts In California forhim for hIm In re ¬
turn t um for his hi8I Illgiflfluence influence fiuence in bringing about aboutmtinuance aboutntinuanc boutmtinuanc
° mtinuance of such favorable con < on ¬
tracts t1ac tL
Created aSensation aSensationThe aSensationThe SensationThe
The statementof ta tatenienf ment of Senator Bard cre created creted erated ¬
ated ted a stir in the committee committ e and he hevaf heWa heai
Wa vaf ai asked to give Ive a detailed account accountf
< f the transaction as well as any other othermatters other1uattrrs otherTnattrs
matters relating to the use of trust
funds for sectarian
school purposes s on onwhich onWhih onwhIcl
which he was Informed He flied led with withthe withthe
the committee a statement covering coverintl1
the tl1 > conversation tonver ation and also a list 1tstot of the thedistricts thehstrkts theJl1tricts
districts < the Catholic association pro projosod pro prolos jrolosod
josod los < d to carry for him He then dis discussd dlsuss disUSSd
cussd uss d the statement of S M Bro Broeius Broius Brotius
eius ius agent of the Indian rights asso association assoiation asozation ¬
ciation < and alsoquoted also quoted from a circu circuar ¬
Jar ar issued by M K Shiffen secretary secretaryof
of the association charging that the theisirimination I IDiscrimination
1 Discrimination < in favor if the Roman RomanCatholics RomanCatholics Romanatholtcs
Catholics was by direction of the the3xesident the7IC theizcaident
3xesident 3xesidentGave 7IC izcaidentGave ideJlt ideJltGave
Gave Name of Alleged Tempter TempterSenator Tempter8enator TempterSenator
Senator Bard addressed the commit
te after statements had been made by byV
V M 1 Brosius agent of the Indian Indianrights Indianrights Indianrights
rights association and Francis E
Lpupp commissioner of Indian affairs
The senator said that he had been
Msited j ited by b Dr E L Scharf an agent agentlor agenttor agentbr
lor a Roman Catholic mission society societysnd SQcletynd
snd nd asked to use his influence with withTUpublican withTIpfublican withItfrubllcan
TUpublican members n1 mbers of congress congr ss look looking lookjng lookfIg ¬
fIg to forwarding the interest of Cath CathoTus C CkthfrS th thls
oTus frS ls in getting a diversion of Indian Indiant
ti t ust funds for the support of Catholic Catholicf Catholichools
f < hools on the reservation He quoted quotedPr
Pr Scharf assaying a saing that if the Re ReT ReJubl1eans Reublieans
T ublioans would agree agree to o throng about aboutlv abouttip
tip 111 lv > desired legislation the Catholics Catholicsv Cathollcsnuld Catholicsculd
v r nuld > uld see that twenty congressional congressionaldistricts congressionaldi congressionaltistricts
districts di tricts in which the Republicans were iverev werefak wereeak
v oak were carried for the party Dr Drt Drharf
t i < harf was said to have given the theJumes thel11es theLmes
Jumes l11es of the districts together with with1ho
1ho 111 > number of Catholic voters in each eachmid eachand eachand I
and names nam s of the priests prl sts who would wouldlojik wouldJoSJk wouldlpk
3 lojik after att r the agreement and deliver deliverthe deliverttc I I11e
the trict necessary ces ary votes fb carry the dis district dlstrid distJjct ¬
Questioned by Teller TellerSiiator Telleriiutor rellerBlIltlor
Siiator iiutor Teller Teli q questioned e8ti M4 Sentilor SentilorBard S SentorBard tor torBard
Bard as to whitS his construction of fh the he of ofler offer
ler 1 of Dr Scliferf Sch trf and received the tlt re re3lv r rply
ply 3 ly
T r thought It ptftelYPoJitical purely political and at atIh atib atv
Ih v same sametime time placed little credence In Ini InSenator inl innktor
i l
Senator nktor Teller said that If it was wasjii wasJtlln wasv
jii Jtlln > vn v a that the statement of Dr Drs Drha Drliar
s > < harf ha liar rf was made in earnest there was wasjore waspre was3re
jore pre cause to complain of the inter interf laterrnce
f ronce of the Catholic church thn of oftli ott1w oftJi
tli t1w Mormon church in the political af affairs afiaira a afairs ¬
fairs o of the country countryLetters counttjLetters countryLetters
Letters in Evidence EvidenceThe EvidenceThe EvidenceThe
The remarks of Senator Bard at altiai attlat attd
tiai tlat ted d attention to letters it t had had1Jn had1r911
1 1Jn < n put in the record by jfr 11 Bro Brois
q is u Among then e were a number numberIrorn numberirrl1prie numberItorn
Irorn irrl1prie priests ls In relation to the use Qf ofIndian QfIndian QfJndIaLl
Indian trust funas Two of them al alrd
3 sod rd that the president was as favorable favorableTO favorablet
t TO t the diversion diver ion of the funds forthe forthepromotion for fortheriomotlon the theyomoUon
promotion of the Catholic schools on ontin onth ont1
tin t1 reservation reservationMr rcs < rvaUoli rvaUoliIr
Mr Ir Brosius was questioned as to the thedate thedatp thedate
date of those tho letters and said that the thecorrespondence thenrrespondence thenrrespondence
nrrespondence he had been beenable able to get gethold get1fld gethild
hold of Indicated that the th Interest of oftlK ofth oftti
tlK th Catholic church developed during duringtnf durIngtor duringtfl
tnf tfl recent re < ent campaign campaignViews campalgnViews campaignViews
Views of Mr Leupp LeuppTlio LeuppTh
Tlio Th views of Mr Ir Leupp were sub substantiallythat subftantialiythat subetaiitlally ¬
stantiallythat etaiitlally that as he e understood it the thecontracts theoJ themtraets
contracts oJ I tracts with the th sectarian schools schoolsuc schoolsar
uc ar Hi rr made pursuant to an order df the thejr theJr thejr
jr sident based on an opinion from fromtin fromh from1hc
tin h attorney general He said that the thepresident thelrf theresIdcnt
president lrf resIdcnt idcnt doubtless would welcome a ajudicial ajudidal ajuditlal
judicial definition of the status of In Indian Indiu Inditt ¬
dian diu 11 rights in such matters The ir ir3fvocable irfvocable Ir2cvncable
3fvocable settlement of the question of oftrf ortho oft1
trf t1 limitations of the governments au authority auhority anthority ¬
thority as to 8 trustee of the Indian funds fundsin fundsin fundsin
in thr > United States treasury he said saidAVUSJ saidWas
Was in the highest bighe t degree desirable desirableHP deSirableJI
4 HP JI < advocated legislation n for the indl indlvidualiaing indlidualldng mdividuaiising
vidualiaing of the funds of the several severaltiib severaltrn severaltrihs
tiib trihs > s still keeping l < their control In the the1ands theands thelands
ands of the government o rnmcnt but opening openinga
a separate s < account with each Indian Indianvho IndianhQ Indianvho
vho hQ now is entitled to an undivided undividedIntrrest undIvided1ntrrfSt undividedfritrrest
Intrrest In any tribal fund A particu particular partIcubr particuitr ¬
lar object to be gained by the Individ IndividTii
Tii to llsm of thetrust the trust funds he said s id is isto Isto Isto
to enable each acn Indltfn IndU n to say for him himFilf himFfJr hIn hInilf
Filf how ho the income rom his share sharehall shareshall shareshall
shall be expended In the education of ofhis othis ofhis
his children childrenDone childrenDone childrenDone
Done on Oral Order OrderSenator OrderSenator Orderienator
Senator Bard said sad that he attached attachedgreat attacltedgreat attachedrcat
great rcat importance xnJ > Ort nce to the act of congress congressof
of June 7 7 1807 J89 whlcn w idh declare that 8t it itwas Itwas itvas
was the settled policy Dlicy of the govern government g guvqrn3lent vern vernlent ¬
ment lent to hereafter make no appropria appropriat
t cm 11 whatever for education in any anyt
t < tarian school schoolThe schoolThf schoolThe
The senator stated that lie bad been beenIt beenilformed beenfformed
It formed that there was no record at attho attJp atftp
ftp Interior department of authority authoritylor
lor or the diversion of these trust funds fundstr fundstn
tr > the support of Catholic missions missionsIut missions1ut missionslut
Iut he had the statement that It was wasclone wasne wasrne
clone ne on on oral order which bich agents agentse
e i e the Indian rights association allege allegeto
to have been issued by the president presidentPractice presidentPractice presidentPractice
Practice Will Be Stopped StoppedThe
The committee took the statement statementrcriously statementFriously statementreriously
rcriously and it was the sentiment that thatat thattt thatat
at the next meeting an amendment amendmentould amendmentvuld amendmentunuld
unuld ould be offered offere < I to the Indian appro appropriation approIf approrjatiofl ¬
priation rjatiofl bill prohibiting In the future futurethe futurethe futurethe
If the use of the Indian trust funds in inth inHI Inth
th < manner charged Senator Band Bandeaid Bandsailthat BardaiI
eaid sailthat that he had hadibeen been informed that th t a avery aHY acry
very HY small percentage of the Indians IndiansInterested IndiansIntrrested IndiansInterested
Interested gave gaie their coftsent to the theepplication theeppllcation theapplicatIon
applicatIon of oftheic their funds to the sup support euport cupDort ¬
port ort of sectarian schools and that a alarge aarge alarge
large arge majority of the Indians were weretommunicants wereommunicnnts weretommufllcaflts
tommunicants in the various Protest ProtestoTt Protestcnt Protestnt
oTt churches located within the vari various varlcus van vancus ¬
cus reservations reservationsREPUBLICAN reservationsR
Washfngton Vashrn ton Tan 31 31Tho Tho Republican Republicanleaders R Republicanleaders QubUcan QubUcanJadtls
leaders of the house have havodociJed decided torcaU torcaUthat t01oalla
a caucus oC th the Republican mombor momborjoE momborjoEtiat ot otthat
that bodY hodYto U tftdaeideofl > decideon dnoJde OJ a progratameetor progratameetornroaaate pTOgrstme rogratnmetfrra1lroadXLtO n nrlradJ
nroaaate legislation JeslalnUonhe avne 1I call cal wJll wiUbe wiUbeissued 1l be e eIssued
rlradJ Issued 1 ue in wtl tlie near ne future futureI utue
Indctments Indictments Returned Retned in i Oregon Land LandFraud LandFud LandFraud
Fraud Fud Cases CasesMITCHELL CasesMITCHELL
i ir
I Iof
> ORTLAND RTLAN Ore Jan SI UA A batch batchof batchof
of of four indictments containing containingaccusations containingaccusatons containingaccusatjoig
accusations accusatons against seventeen per persons persqns ¬
sons sna in all al was returned today by the thefederal thefederal thefederal
federal grand jury jU in the land fraud fraudcases frud frudCUKe fraudcases
cases CUKe Most of the indicted persons in including including ineluding ¬
cluding both Senator John H Mitchell Mitchelland Michel Mitchelland
and Congressman Congesman Binger Herrmann Herrmanntbcr Herrmannthe Herrmannthe
the the only two names who vho are of more morethan morethan morethan
than local prominence prminence have lave been in indicted Indicted Indicted ¬
dicted before on practically practcaJy the same samecharges samechargeo samecharges
charges chargeo Three of the indictments indictmentswere
were made public publc but the fourth was waswithheld waswithheld waswithheld
withheld pending the arrest of the ac accused accused accusod ¬
cused for whom bench warrants arant have haye
been ben Issued
Charges Conspiracy ConspiracyThe ConspiracyTnc
The Tnc indictment Indlcbn md ictinent > nt which mentions
Messrs Mesrs Mitchell Itchel and Hermann names namesten namesten namesten
ten others it I charges conspiracy to
defraud defrauc the government of public publc land landMr landMr
Mr 11 Mitchell llehelis is specifically specifcaly charged with
haying hulng prepared affidavits afdavis at Washing ¬
ton tn to t be signed by S A A D Puter and andMrs andMr andMrs
Mrs Mr Watson also als with having abetter abettertlic abeter abettertlw
tlic Ur conspiracy by introducing introducng Puter as asa asa asa
a a prominent citizen citzen of Oregon and last ¬
ly with wih having accepted an alleged
bribe of 2100 2 from Puter PuterThe Pter PterThe PuterThe
The others contained in the indict indictment Indictment Indictment ¬
ment are S A D Puter H G McKin McKinley McKinley McKlnley
ley and those who are already convict convicted ¬
ed of conspiracy and Elbert K Brown Brownand Brownand Brownand
and Nellie B Brown Mr and Mrs MrsBrown MrsBrown rs rsBrown
Brown are new persons to the cases casesThey caes caesThey casesThey
They are the government asserts the themysterious themsterious themysterious
mysterious Alexander Alexnder Brown and Nel Nellie Nelle ¬
lie le Backus who who figured fgred conspicuously conspicuousIn
in the first frst land fraud trial Then it itwas Itwas itwas
was thought the names were wholly wholy
imaginary imaginaryNo
No specific specic charge is made against againstMr
Mr Ir Hermann HermJnn as is done in the case of ofMr ofr ofMr
Mr r Mitchell
ItcheJ ItcheJTwoFold
TwoFold Object ObjectThe ObjectThe ObjectThe
The indictment indictent today toay has thetwo thetwofold the the1wofold wo wofold ¬
fold object of connecting connectng Brown Br wn and
his wife with the case and removing removingany removingany removingany
any illegality Ileglty that might have occurred occurredwhen occurredwhenIesst occurredwhen
when whenIesst Messrs Mitchell ltchel and Hermann Hermannwere Herann Herannwere IfermaunVere
were first frst Indicted At that time tme Mr MrHeney MrHeney 11
Heney was wa assistant United Unie States dis district district dirtrict ¬
trict attorney atorney and for fear that ne nemight nemight nemight
might not be vested with wih ample author authority authoriy authority ¬
ity iy to of his own volition vo1lon cause causea a legal legalIndlcthient 1egl 1eglindictment legalIndictthent
indictment it was thought best to re reindict reIndict reIndict
indict under the same charges The Thefirst Th Thfrst Thefirst
first quashed quashedA frst indictment It i Is believed beleved will wl be bequashed bequashed
A second indictment was as returned returnedagainst returnedagainst I
against aganst Mayor W V H Davis of Albany
Ore which adds perjury to the accusa accusation acusa acusaton aecusation ¬
tion ton of attempted fraud frud now resting restingagainst restng restngaginst restingagainst
against aginst Davis DavisNew DaYisNew DavisNew
New Persons Involved InvolvedThe InvolvedThe InvolvedThe
The third indictment involves wholly whollynew wholy wholynew wholiynew
new persons who are alleged aBegedt to have haveoperated haveoperated haveoperated
operated in an entirely ontrelY different diferent dis district district dirtriet ¬
trict trict Theseore These are HenKy Henr Hen W V Miller JMIHerPrank MillerPrink Ier IerFrnk
Prank Frnk E Kincart Klnert Martin G Hoge and andCharles andCale andCharles
Charles Cale Nickell NlckeJ Nickejl is the United UnitedStates Ulle UlleStat UnitedStat <
States Stat Stat land commissioner Nmissi nerat at Medford MedfordOre MtdfordOra t dord
Ore Hoge is a n lawyer of the same sametown sme smetown sametoWn
town Kincart and Miller Ultr are timber timberlocators tmber tmberJocater timberlocaters
locators Jocater whose whoe headquarters were up upto upto upto
to the time tme of their apprehension last lastfall lastaU lastfail
fall aU at Medford They are said to be beagents beagents beagents
agents of a lumber company whose whoseplace whoseplaco whoseplace
place of businessis busine is in Michigan MichiganThe MichiganThe nchign nchignThe
The charge against a inst these the men men Is that thatthey thatthe thatthey
they the colonized large bodies rot of f men menwhom menwhom menwhpm
whom they caused Jt t isalleged Isaleed to toswear toswear toswear
swear falsely that the colonists c lbli5t l nists were Tverebona werebna werebona
bona bna fide fde purchasers oftimber oftiber lands landswhen Jandswhe landswlieii
when whe in fact the indictnientasserts indictnientassertsthey Indlctmentassrt5 Indlctmentassrt5thcy
they were under contract contrctto to sell to the thetimber thetmber thetmber
timber tmber locators The Indictments and andrtne andtne andthe
the accused persons perns with th the charges chargeswhich chargeswhich chargesvhich
which they will wi have to answer follow followSpecific folow folowSpecific followSpecific
Specific Charges ChargesThe
The first frst Indictment is against against United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States Senator Senator John H Mitchell ItcheU Con Congressmen Congresmn Congressman ¬
gressmen gresmn Binger Hermann S A D DPuter DPuter DPuter
Puter Horace Horce G McKinley Emma L LWatson Laton LWatson
Watson aton Daniel W V Tarpley Elbert K KBrown KBrown KBrown
Brown Nellie NfIe Brown his wife > Henry HenryA
A Young Frank Frnk H Walgamot Clark ClarkE
E Loom LOmis is and Salmon B Ormsby OrmsbyThey OrmsbThey OrmsbyThey
They are charged with Wit1 having con conspired conspired conspired ¬
spired on Feb F > b 1 1902 to defraud the theUnited theUnied theUnited
United Unied States government of public publiclands pUblc pUblclauds publiclands
lands located in township 11 1 south suth and andtango andrange andrange
range 7 east by preparing prel > aring and filing filingaffidavits filingamdavits
affidavits afdavIt as to the occupation occupaton and set settlement settement settlernent ¬
tlement tement of these lands landsSenator JandsSenator landsSenator
Senator Mitchell Mitchel is specifically specificallycharged specifcaHy specifcaHyharged sped ficaliy ficaliycharged
charged with having at Washingon WashingonD Washington WashingtonD
D C on March 3 1902 102 having unlaw unlawfully unlawruB unlawfully ¬
fully ruB prepared an affidavit afdavit for Emma EmmaL
L Watson to sign sl In which Mrs rs Wat Watson Watson Vatson ¬
son untruthfully untruthfuly swore that she was wa a abona abona abonn
bona fide fde settler etler on a portion porton of t these theselands theselands theselands
lands It I also al o charges that Senator SenatorMitchell SenatorUtcheB SenatorMitchell
Mitchell prepared prpare unlawfully an a affi affidavit af affidavit ¬
davit dai for S A D Puter to sign in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which Puler is alleged aleged to have sworn swornthat swornthat WOrnthat
that he knew that the contents of the theWatnon theVatDon theWatson
Watson affidavit afdavi ware true trueBribery trueBribery trueBribery
Bribery Allegation AllegationThe taegation taegationThe
The Indictment indicment charges that Mitchell Mitchellreceived Michel MItchellreceived
received as a a a compensation cmpensaton for his al alleged alleged alJeged ¬
leged services the sum of J2000 200 paid to tohim tohim tohim
him by Puter Ptr The Indictment goes on onto onto onto
to state state that in pursuance of the con conspiracy conspirc conspirttci ¬
spiracy spirc Senator Sen or Mitchell 1tchen introduced introducedPuter IntroducedPuter IntroducedPuter
Puter to William VIIam A Richards assist assistant assistant assistant ¬
ant commissioner commisioner in the general land landoffice Jandofce land0111cc
office ofce at Washington Vashingn stating stng that thatPuter thatPuter thatPuter
Puter was one of the most reliable relable cit citizens ci elIizens ¬
izens in Oregon OregonThe OregonThe OregonThe
The second indictment is against againstHenry againstHenry againstHenry
Henry W V Miller ner Frank E Kincart KincartMartin KincartMartn KineartMartin
Martin Martn G Hoge and nd Charles Nlckell Nlckelllate Nickel Nickelllate
late of Medford Melord Ore It charges that thatthese thatthese thatthese
these persons perons on Aug 31 1904 104 unlaw unlawfully unlawfuly uniawfully
fully fuly conspired together and with oth others others othera ¬
ers to the th Jury unknown to procure 100 100other 100other 100other
other persons to commit the offense ofense of ofperjury ofperjur ofperjury
perjury perjur by making false fai e oaths that cer certain certain cerlain ¬
tain lands in the Medford land district districtknown districtknown districtknown
known as as timber Umer and stone lands lands were werebeing werebetng werebeing
being bought bught in good faith and not nt for forpurposes forpurpses forpurposes
purposes purpses of speculation speulaton Also Als that thatthese thatthese thatthese
these persons pesns falsely swore that they theyhad t1e t1ehad theyhad
had net Jt contracted eontracte to sell sel these lands landswhen landShen landswhen
when hen in fact they were buying themon themonspeculation them themonspeculation on onspeculaton
speculation speculationThe speculaton speculatonThe
The third indictment charges charge Mayor MayorWilliam MayorVIUam MayorWilliam
William VIUam H Davis of Albany Albay Ore with withhaving withhaving withhaving
having having on Oct 9 1902 uttered ulered a false falseaffidavit falseafdaU falseaffidavit
affidavit afdaU in the presence of Salmon Salmn B BOrmsby BOrmsbY BOrmaby
Ormsby the forest superintendent con connected connecte connetod ¬
nected necte with wih his hi having settled setted upon and andOccupied an anoccupied andoccupied
Occupied certain erain land In township 11 11south 11south
south and range 7 east east This is the thesecond thecCnd thesecond
second cCnd indictment indictmtnt against Mayor Davis DavisBRITISH DavlsBRITISH DavisBRITISH
Toklo Jan 31 31The 31The The Japanese yester yesterday yosterday cster csterday ¬
day captured Cpted off of Hokkaido Hoknldo northern northernJapan northernJapan
Japan the British Brish steamer Wyefield Wyefieldloaded Wyefielclloaded
loaded tok with wih contraband for Vladivos Vladivostok Viadivostok ¬
The steamed Wyefield Wyefeld Captain Watson Watson Wat Watson ¬
son sailed snled from San Francisco FrnclscQ Dec Dee 30 30for 30for 30for
for Comox She arrived arrived there Jan an n 2 2and 2nq 2und
and Jeftthatport Jan 6 for orl Moji The TheWyeffeia Thect TheetIcl
nq Wyeffeia ct etIcl la15 is bjvnod by byJ J H bwlon Lawson R RPVRlthel RIflitbel
PVRlthel lRlhel Co limited lmlt9flotora of 9fWiotoria Victoria B
I IChcago
Effor Effort to t Indict Him For r Bigamy in inChicago inChicago
Chicago Chcago Failed Faied FaiedWITNESSES FailedWITNESSES i iWITNESSES
St Louis Jan 31 31Ve We arc de le
lighted Jghted and we hopehe hone h iehe lhe will wi be bemade beI I Imade
I made to pay the extreme extr mc penalty na1y nalty t tfor
f for his brutally brutaly cutting cuttng short the
life lCe of our mother and other wo wof woYm
Ym 1 f men menThis menThis
This was the first frt expression of ofMrs or1rs ofMrs
Mrs 1rs Charles Charle Reinhart and Mrs MrsArthur MrsArthur lrs lrsArthur
Arthur Camenzind when whe informed informedof
f of the capture in New York of ofJohann ofJohann ofJohann
Johann Hoch believed beleved to be John JohnSchultzc JohnSchuitze JohnSchulze
Schultzc Schulze who married mrrio their theirmother theirmother theirmother
mother in 1902 1902I 192 192CHICAG
CHICAG 1 I HICAGO Jan Jan 31 31Chief Chief of Police Policet Polce PolceONcU Policetj
tj t ONeill ONcU today tody declared his belief beliefthat belef beleftt beliefthat
that tt Johann Adolph Hoch alleged aleged
to have 1m ve been married toover to over a score scoreof scoreof scoreof
of women has murdered at least leat
twelve of them This statement was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made by Chief ONeill ONei In a letter letterwritten letterwriten letterwritten
written writen by him to Captain James J
Langan Lngan of the detective detectve bureau of New
York in which he requested the police policedepartment poUe policedepartment
department of that tat city ci to follow a aclew aclew aclew
clew given through through an anonymous let ¬
ter received by Inspector of Police Polce
Shippy from a a woman living lvIng at the
Belvidere hotel New York In this
letter it is intimated that Hoch mar married married marned ¬
ried two New York women whom he
has abandoned abandonedAn abandoncd abandoncdAn
An attempt atempt was made to have Hoch
indicted by jthe the grand gnd jury jur today on oncharges oncharges oncharges
charges of wife abandonment
and big bigamy bigamy bigamy ¬
amy The complainants w were re Mrs 11
Amelia Amela Augusta Fischer Hoch Mrs MrsAnna MrsAnna MrsAnna
Anna Hendrlckson Hendrickon Hoch and Mrs Mrslarle
Marie larle Goerk Gerk Hoch It was wa found how however however however ¬
ever that tat In bigamy cases caes the wife wifecannot wie wiecannot wifecannot
cannot testify testfy against her husband husbandand husand husandand husbandand
and that witnesses witneses to the marriages marriagesmust mariages mariagesmust marriagesmust
must taken be secured securo before action acton can be
Coroners Physician Has Not Com Completed Com Completed Cornpleted ¬
pleted Chemical Analysis AnalysisChicago AnalysisChicago AnalysisChicago
Chicago Jan 31 31Dr Dr C W Lewke Lewkecoroners Lewkc Lewkccoroners
coroners physician said today that he hewould hewould hewould
would ask for a continuance contnuance of the in inquest Inquest inquest ¬
quest over the body ody of Mrs lIrs Marie MarieWalcker MarieTacker MarieWalcker
Walcker Tacker Hooh whose death led to the therevelations thereyelatons therevelations
revelations reyelatons of the much married maried life lifeof UCeof lifeof
of Johann Hoch The physician has hasnot hasrJot hasrot
not completed the chemical analysis of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the womans stomach and will wn ask for formore formore formore
more time timeThere tme tmeThere timeThere
There is a possibility osslblty of the anajy anajyPIS tnalynis n3
PIS flS amounting aQ0untng to something said Dr DrLewke DrLewke DrLewke
Lewke The chemical analysis when whencompleted wIle whencompleted
completed completd ought to settle sette the te question questionwhether queston questonhether questionwhether
whether the woman died naturally naturUy or orrot orrot
rot rotAferI AfterT finish fniS my work an expert expertwillgo ep expejtwIlI t twi
willgo wi wIlI S gt over it I andwillgive RcYI hqm me con conlirmatory ch COh COhIirmtoy
lirmatory tratox report r port p rt All n ft1s ai takes rime fimeUnless rimeUnless me
Unless Unles the physician finds fnds some trace traceof trce trceof traceof
of poison in the th womans stomach hope hopeof hopeof
of convicting convictng Hoch of murder mure will wi be bepractically bepratcaUy bepractically
practically pratcaUy gone gne There will wlhowever wlhoweverremaIn however howeverremain howeverremain
remain many charges charge of swindling swindlng and andbigamy andbigamy andbigamy
bigamy on which Hoch will wi be prosecuted prose prosecuted prosecuted ¬
cuted cutedIt cutedI
It I probably probbly will wn be two weeks before beforeHIch beforeHich beforeHich
HIch is brought broughtbaek back to Chicago ChicagoHoch ChicagoHoeh ChicagoHoch
Hoch in California CaliforniaSome Calfornia CalforniaSome CaliforniaSome
Some details ttais of the California Calforia end endto endto endto
to the history of Hoch was wa learned learnedby lerned lernedby iearnedby
by Police Polce Inspector Wheeler today todayMrs todn todn1Ir todayMrs
Mrs 1Ir Heichel widow of a saloon saloonkeeper sloon sloonkeeper saloonkeeper ¬
keeper says that Hoch paid atten attentions aten atentons attentions ¬
tions tons to her across acrOS the country from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Pacific Pcic coast coastAccording cast castAccording coastAccording
According to Inspector Wheeler Mrs MrsReichel MrsRelchel Irs IrsReichel
Reichel has known Hoch as a John JohnHocck JohnHoek JohnHoeck
Hocck Hoek for the te lost Jut five fve years ears When Whenshown Whenfhown Whenrhown
shown fhown a picture of the man today the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman identified identfed it as the man who whocourted whocourled whocourted
courted her in 1904 190 Three letters lettrs dated datedSan date datedSan
San Francisco Frncl8co on Feb 12 15 and IS ISI0 iS1r44
1504 I0 written in German Ge mun were given givento
to the police polce and translated translatedOn trnnslated trnnslatedOn
On the reverse side of one of the theenvelopes theenvelopes theenvelopes
envelopes is written writen If not deliv delivered delv delvered dclivered ¬
ered in ten days das return to John Hoeck
1104 104 Clay street San Francisco FranciscoThe FrncIseoThe
The letters leter were written wrtten by Hoch Hochwhile Hochwhie Ilochwhile
while whie in the t1e California city cI and speak speakof
of the writers wriers love for the th widow widowSupplementary wIow wIowSupplcmentar widowSupplementary
Supplementary Supplcmentar to Dr Lewkep state statement statement stateinent ¬
ment that a apostponement postponement of the coro coroners cro croners ooroncrs ¬
ners inquest would boasked b be asked pending pendingchemical pendingchemical pendingchemical
chemical analysis analsis of thennternal thentemal the4internal organs organsof
of Mrs Marie Walcker Hoch Coroner CoronerHoffman Cooner CoonerHofman CoronerHoffman
Hoffman Hofman said sid this afternoon afternoonTraces afernoon afernoonTracesf afternoonTraces
Traces Tracesf of poison p ison have have been found in inthe inthe inthe
the stomach of Mrs Marie Mare Walcker WalckerHoch WalckerHoch WalckerHoch
Hoch through the chemical l analysis analyis It Itis I Itis
is possible that the poison was caused causedi causedby causedby
i by the embalming fluid fuid But when the theanalysis theanalsis theanalysis
analysis is completed I believe beleve we will willhave willhave
have proof that the te woman womanded died from frompoisoning frompoisnIng frompoisoning
poisoning poisoningWILLING poisnIng poisnIngWILLING poisoningWILLING
Hoch Ho h Says He Is Anxious to Be Tak Taken Takon ¬
on in Charge ChargeNew ChargeNew ChargeNew
New York Jan 31 3LJoha1 3LJoha Johann n Hoch of ofChicago ofChieago ofChicago
Chicago who was wa arrested arreted here last lastnight Jastnight lastnIght
night charged with bigamy and wife wifeabandonment wie wieabandonment wileabandonment
abandonment after aCer a search extending extendingover extendinl
over the entire country told the offi officials of offidais ¬
dais at police polee headquarters today tday that thathe thathe thathe
he is anxious to return to Chicago at atonce atonce atonce
once He wanted to face the charges chargesagainst chargesagainst chargesagainst
against him In that city eI he said and andhas amihas andhas
has no intention Intenton of opposing oppoing extradi extradition etrai etraiton extraditlon ¬
tion ton Hoch Hoh was photographed for the therogues theroges therogues
rogues roges gallery gler before being taken taken tal en to tocourt tocourt tocourt
court courtWhen court courtWhen
When Hoch was arraigned arraiged in police policecourt polce polcecourt policecourt
court he was remanded back to police policeheadquarters polce polcehedquarters policeheadquarters
headquarters hedquarters for fortyeight hours hgur As Asthe Asthe Asthe
the prisoner prisner was leaving the court room roomhe roomhe roomhe
he said saidYee saidYe saidYes
Yes Ye I am the man mn wanted In Chica Chicago Chicago ¬
go but they are mistaken mistken as to the thecharges theharges theCharges
I charges I am wanted wan ted forsome for some trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble I had with my m IsterInlaw about aboutsome aboutsome aboutsome
some furniture furnitureOn
On his hi way from court Hooh said sid to tothe tothe tothe
the detectives detectivesI detectves detectvesI
I am the Hoch the Chicago police policethink pOlce pOlcethink policethink
think they want but they t e are ar wrong wrongThere wrongThere wrongThere
There are ar lots lot of Hoch Hochl by my name nameThe nameThe nameThe
The story that I am a a Bluebeard Is Isall Isal Isall
all al foolishness fooUshnes sor Ill rl make somebody somebodyfeel sQJebody sQJebodyCeel qjnebodyfeel
feel cheap ch ap when I get baok ba k to Chicago Chicagoand ChIcagoand ChIcagoand
and pncve prye I am innocent I neyer n yer had hadbut hadbut hadbut
but two wo wives in my life lifeSeemed 1Ce 1CeSeemed lifeSeemed
Seemed in Good Spirits SpiritsSome SpiritsSome SpiritsSome
Some one asked if I Hoch meant two twoat twot twoat
at t one tim tm titus He laughed laughedDo
Do you think thInk Im Im a Mormon ror1on he heasked hen heasked
asked n ked I know the stories But look lookat lok lokat Iookat
at me Would I be fat and ad happy if I Ihad Iha Ihad
had ha had ha a hundred hunded wives wivesHe wIvesHe wivesHe
He was then asked osk why he had taken takenthe takenthe takenthe
the name of Bartels Bartels when he oame to toNew toNew toNew
New York YorkI yor yorI
I expected expeted there would be trouble troubleabout troubleabQut troubleabout
about the 2000 200 worth of furniture furnitureMagrllef f furnitureMzaIeft
Magrllef l MzaIeft 1 ef t when she died hevsald he8ad UHe Her Hersiswr
1 siswr l Iterwanted frant wanted more of f it thaip th thai v was a nor brConU1e herI norI
1 I I LConUnued Continued ConU1e 03 PAO P o 2
Congress Congess Will Wi Delegate Delegte Its Is Authority Authorityto Autort
to Rooseyelt RooseyeltCOMMISSION Rooseyel BooseyeltCOMMISSION 7 7COMMISSION
A I f ASHINGTON ASHNGTON Jan 31 31The TheHouse house houseIy J
W 31TheJQuse 31TheJQusecommitee
Iy J committee commitee on interstate interstateand jand ad tol foil foifelgn foilelgn
elgn eig commerce cOIierce today todayauthor authorized authorizeda ed eda
a favorable favorbJe report rporton on the Mannbill Mannbillabolishing Iann bl bill billabolishing
abolishing abolshing the Panama canal commis commission comifllssion ¬
comIls comIlsslon
sion and placing the government goverment of the thecanal thecanal
1e 1ecanal
canal zone and the work of construct constructIng constuct constuctng constructlng
Ing ng thecanalentirely t the e cnalentrely canal entirely in tha th tho1iands tho1iandstbe hands pC
th tl tbe president p slde sldeAdded t tAdd dsS
Added Add d to the bill bi as an amendment amendmentis
is the bill bi introduced by Mr Ir Mann llami pro providing proYidlng providing ¬
viding for the acquisition acquisiton by the gov government government government ¬
ernment of the te 1036 shares of the stock stockof stockof stockof
of the Panama Railroad Rairoad company now nowheld nowheld nowheld
held In private pryate ownership ownershipMr
Mr I Shackleford Dem Mo will wi file filea fe fea
a minority minoriy report representing representng his hisviews hisvIews hisviews
views on the t1C matter and Mr 111 Adam Adamson Adamsn Adamson
son sn Dem Go Ga reserved the right tcr tcrfile tame tefile
file minority views regarding the con condemnation condemnaton condemnution ¬
demnation demnaton of the railroad rairoad stock stockThe stockThe stockThe
The bill bi as reported reprted firsfc mst flrs describes describesthe describesthe describesthe
the canal caal zone arid givesit gives it t that title titlealso tte ttealso titlealso
also canal defines defne the canal gves as a the Panamacanal Panama Panamacanal Panamacanal
GiVen Full Authority AuthorityThe
The authority authoriy to govern the zone and andconstruct andcstrc andconstruct
construct cstrc the canal is delegated delegted to the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president in the following language languageThat JanguageThat languageThat
That until unti the expiration expiraton of the Fif Fiftyninth Fiftyninth Firtynlnth ¬
tyninth congress unless other provis provision provisIon provision ¬
ion be sooner made m de by congress congrs all allthe al allthe
the military mitar civil civi and judicial powers powersof
of the United States in said canal zone zoneincluding zne zoneincluding I IIn
including In Juding thepower the power to make all rules rulesand rulesand rulesand
and regulations reglatons necessary necessar for the gov government
ernment of the canal zone and all al the therights therights
rights powers and authority authoriy grantctl grantctlby gant gantby <
by the terms ters of the treaty aforesaid aforesid to tothe tothe tothe
the United Unied States shall shal be vested in inthe Inthe inthe
the president of the United Unied States and andmay andmay andmay
may be by him vested in such person personor
or persons and shall shal be exercised in insuch in5ueh insuch
such manner as the president shall shal di direct direct clirect ¬
rect for the government ovenlment of said canal canalzone canalzone canalzone
zone and maintaining and protecting protectingthe protetng protetngthe
the inhabitants inhabitant thereof In the free en enjoyment enjoyment
joyment of their liberty lbery property and andreligion andreUglon andreligion
religion religionThe reUglonThe religionThe
The president is authorized authorize through throughone
one of the executive executve departments to toconstruct toconstmct toconstrUCt
construct the canal also to l employ employsuch employsuch employsuch
such persons persns as may be needed and fix fixtheir fx fxtheir fixtheir
their compensation compensationOne compensaton compensatonOne
One One section repeals the act creating creatingthe creatng creatngthe
the isthmian canal commission commissionSWATTED commissionSWATTED commissionSWATTED
SWATTED INTHE FACE FACERepublican FACERepublcan FACERepublican
Republican Republcan Leader of Illinois Illois State StateSenate Stte StteSente StateSenate
Senate Sente Victim Victi of an anAssault anAssaut anAssault
Assault AssaultSpringflejd Assaut AssautSpringfeld AssaultSpringfield
Springfield Springfeld Ills Ils Jan 31 lSonator 1lSonatorDaniqI lSonatorDnnirJ Senator SenatorDnnitjl
Dnnitjl DnnirJ A Campbell Cnmpbel the Republican Rcpu lcan lead leader leader leador ¬
er in the senate was struck In the t e taco by byexSenator bYexSonator
exSenator Rilley Ri lcy in the upper house to today toda today ¬ I
day da Immediately after afer adjournment adjournmentMuch uujolrnmcnt uujolrnmcntMuch adjournmentMuch
Much excitement exciement followed folowed and two of ofSenator orSonator ofSenator
Senator Campbells Campbels colleagues coleag Mueller Muellerand Mueler Muelerand Muellerand
and Brown and the srgeantatarms srgeantatarmsreached srgcantatarmsreached srgeantatarmsreached
reached for Riley Riey and ejected him from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the chamber and placed place him under nder ar arrest arret arrest ¬
rest ret Senator Campbell CarpbeJ said he h could couldgive couldgive couldgive
give no reason for the assault assaultRilley asault assaultRilley
Rilley Riey says he has had grievances grievancesagainst grie grievancesagainst ancOs ancOsglnst
against = glnst Senator Campbell Campbel for a number or ofyears oryear oryears
years yearsI year
1 was chairman chairma of the committee on oncivil oncivi oncivil
civil civi service of the senate two years 4ag ago agohe a agohe o ohe
he said The senate met met an hour before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the regular reglar time tme one day to take up the themerit themeri themerit
merit meri measure without wihout even notifying notlylng me mealthough mealthough incalthough
although every evcr other senator was as In Informed informed is isformed ¬
formed The bill bi went through wltn wltnamendments wltnamendments tvitflamendments
amendments for which I was wat criticised criticisedby rltclsed rltclsedby
by the Legislative Lgislatve Voters Voter league Jeagul My Myrecord Myreord Myrecord
record was attacked atacked and I was defeated defeatedfof clcteatCt clcteatCttot dofeatofor
tot renomlnation renominaton and iiold Senator Camp Campbell Campbe1 Campbell ¬
bell be1 and what is known as the te sonata sonatacombination sonatecmbinaton senatecombination
combination cmbinaton resonsible responsibleRUSSIAN resonsibleRUSSIAN resonsibleRUSSIAN
Chefoo Jan 31 31hirtysix 31rhirtystx Thirtysix Russian Russianrefugees Rusian Rusianrefuges Russianrefugees
refugees refuges from Port Arthur were were lost off offthe offthe
the Miatao latao islands Jan 2js 2 the junk In Inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which they the were passengers striking a arock arck arock
rock rck The information informaton is brought by byother byother byother
other refugees refugee Four junks containing containingrefugees contaIningrefgees containingrefugees
refugees refgees were cast cst ashore on the theislands theislands theislands
islands islandsSeventeen islandsSeventeen islandsSeventeen
Seventeen junks wih with refugees refugeesreached refugeesreached refugeesreached
reached Chefoo today The China Na Navigation NayIgton Navigation ¬
vigation yIgton companys steamer Chefoo Chefoopicked Chetoopicked Chefoopicked
picked up fifty ffty refugees refuge along aong the thecoast thecuast thecoast
coast coastStrong cuastStrong coastStrong
Strong gales have been prevailing prealng In Inthe inthe inthe
the Pechili Pechnf strait which divides Port PortArthur PortArthur PortArthur
Arthur and Chefoos Chefo and from time totme to totime totime
time tme fears Cear have haeme hae1letn iDeeh expressed expregs d ton th thsafety < i isafety
safety of the junks bringing brlngingUelan brlngingUelanreuges bringingjtuian Ruesian Ruesianrefugees
I refugees reuges from tom the te former forer fort to
Attorney torney General Prepared to Bring Criminal Actions Actons if ifNecessary ifNecessary
Necessary to Enforce the Injunction of the theSupreme theSupreme theQ
Q Supreme Court
II t ASHINGTON Jan 31 31I 31It It can be besaidSby bevv
vv saidby authority authoriy that unfess unfessthe unfessthe untessthe
the corporations corporatons constituting consttutng the thebeef thebeef th thbeef
beef trust shall shal heed the injunction injunctionmade Injuncton Injunctonmnde injunctionmade
made permanent peranent yesterday esteray by the de decision decl5on decision ¬
cision cl5on of the supreme court of the theUnited thetjnled theUnited
United tjnled States Stat the government goverment will wi in institute insUtute InStitute ¬
stitute proceedings proceeding against the indi individual Individual mdividual ¬
vidual members of the corporations ns to toenforce toEnfor tonforce
crp rat
enforce Enfor the decision of the court The Theproceedings Theproceedings Theproceedings
proceedings will wi be under the criminal criminallaw criminallaw criminallaw
law if such can be Instituted Insttuted The Theminds Theminds I
minds of the president and members membersof
of his his cabinetare cblnot cabinet are made up upfuly fully on onthe onh onrhe
the h jutestion Jut tion ieave tnhey 1lbejjiave have deterniiited deterniiitedthat deterJIi deterpiiiteclthat
that the beef trust trut shall sall obey tbe law lawarid lw lward lawand
arid ard now that the highest court curt in the theland thcland theland
land has upheld the hands hand of the ad administration adminitraton administration ¬
ministration minitraton it i is said they will wi per permit permit pernit ¬
mit the subject subjectAt no further dilly dly dallying daling with withthe wih wihthe withthe
At todays cabinet meeting meetng the pres president presI presicient ¬
ident I ent and Attorney Atorney General Moody Moodyshared 1Ioody Moodyshared I Ishared
shared in the th congratulations co grtulatons of the themembers themembers themembers
members of the cabinet on the result resultof resuJ resultof
of the beef trust case before the su supreme supreme supreme ¬
preme court The president who made madeio
io attempt atempt to conceal his satisfaction satisfactionat satisfacton satisfactonat
at th the decision decsion of the court united unitedwith united1h unitedwith
with 1h the members of the cabinet in incongratulating incongatulatng Incongratulating
congratulating congatulatng the tle attorney atorne general generalThe generalThe generalThe
The subject was considered briefly briefy at atthe atthe
the meeting meetng but no definite defnite conclusion conclusionwas I
was reached r a hed as to what action acton if any anythe anythe
the government would take in the thefuture thefuture thefuture I
future except the general determina ¬
tion ton to enforce the law as it has been beenconstrued beenConstrued
construed by the courts court The presi president prei preident president ¬
dent dent and the members member of the cabinet cabinetregard cabinetregad cabinetregard
regard regad the decision of the supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court as s a signal triumph trumph of law as asthey asthehave asthey
they thehave have havto viewed i It and are prepared preparedto
to carry car it i Into effect efect absolutely absolutelyArbitration absoluteJ absoluteJArbitration absolutelyArbitration
Arbitration Treaties TreatiesAll
All the members member of f the cabinet were werepresent werepresent
present preent at the meeting meetng except Secreta Secretaries Secretares Secretaries ¬
ries res Hay and Wilson Vlson the former foner still stillbeing sunbeIng stillbeing
being confined confne to his home by a severe severecold Se severecold re recJd
cold cJd Again Agin the president emphasized emphasizedhis emphasizedhis
his his hl interest 1terot in the arbitration arbitraton treaties treatiespendingbefore treatIespendingbefore
pendingbefore pendingbefore thesenate the he snate senate He holds holdsthat holdSthat
that thatthe the opponents opponnts of the the treaties teat6s are areproceeding arcproeeing areproceeding
proceeding proeeing on o wrong wropg premises remises in main maintaining malntainlng maintaming ¬
taming that theymay they may be used usd by for foreign torelg forelgn ¬
eign elg countries as a basis for action actionagainst acton actonagainst actionagainst
against certain of the southern states statesin
in the collection colection of old claims claimsSome caims caimsSome claimsSome
Some departmental matters mater were con considered considered considered ¬
sidered at the meeting mcetng the most im important important important ¬
portant of which was the action acton of ofPostmaster ofPostmaster ofPostmaster
Postmaster General Wynne In notifying notifyingJohn notCying notCyingJohn notifyingJohn
John G Capers Republican Republcan national nationalcommitteeman natonal natonalcommiteeman nationalcommitteeman
committeeman commiteeman of South Carolina CarJna that thatpostmasters thatpostmasters thatpostmasters
postmasters In that state will wIbe be dis dismissed dismissed dismissed ¬
missed from the service if in the future futurethey futurethey futurethey
they pay paJ the expenses expenss of delegates to topolitical topoJtcal topolitical
political poJtcal conventions conventons The action acton of the thepostmaster thepstmaster thepostmaster
postmaster pstmaster general was approved by bythe bJ bythe
the president and the cabinet ca inet In prin principle prlncpJe principle ¬
ciple cpJe the declarations decartons of Mr r Wynne Wynnewill Wynnevill Vnewi
will wi apply to all other states where wheresuch wheresuch wheresuch
such methods are practiced
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington nerald lleralcLWashington I IWashington
Washington D C Jan 31 nSenators 31SenatorsKearns Senators SenatorsKearns I
Kearns and Smoot today were before beforethe berorethe beforethe
the Indian committee commitee of the senate senatewhich senatewhich
which is considering the Indian appro appropriation appropriaton approplation ¬
priation priaton bill bi which has passed patsed the thehouse thehouse I
house The senators advocated a a con conflicting conmcUnS conflicting ¬
flicting mcUnS course of procedure regarding regardingthe
the opening of the Ulntah Indian re reservation reserva reservatlon ¬
servation serva lon which the house bill bi provided providedshould providedshouid i ishould
should be Sept 1 1It 1It
It I is Kearns plan that the date of ofopening oCopening ofopening I
opening established establshed by the original act actJfor actr actXor
Jfor r opening of the reserve should not be bechanged bechanged i
changed by further legislation legislaton and andthat andthat andthat
that various amendments proposed by bythe b bythe 1 1the
the house varous bill bi should be stricken out outand outand I
and an amendment substituted substtuted provid providing providIng providing ¬
ing that the date of opening may ma be bechanged bechanged j jchanged
changed by presidential presidental proclamation proclamationshould proclamaton proclamationshould 1
should the th interior department find fnd It
ORTLAND Ore Jan 31 31Unied 31Uniedttes 31United 31Unitedr United UnitedStates
POnTLAND r States ttes District District Attorney Francis Fra ls J JHeney JHeney J JHeney
Heney today sent the te Jolowing following tel telegram telegram telegrazu ¬
egram to Governor George Pardee Pard Par4e e Mr MrHeney MrHen MrHeny
Heney Hen yeent sent the message messa e as a private privatecitizen privateclizon privatecitizen
citizen clizon of the state stute of California CaliforniaPortland Calfornia CalforniaporU CaliforniaPqrtland
Portland porU nd Ore Jan 31 31lIon UHon Hon George GeorgePardee Geore GeorePard GeorgePard
Pardee Pard e governor of California Sacra Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento ¬
mento My attention atenton has just been beencalled beencaled beencalled
called caled to senate bill bi N N No < J 8 Introduced Introducedby
by Senator Belshaw Jan 9 i en entitled enttcd enttled ¬
titled ttcd An Act for the relief rele of purchas purchasers ¬
ers of state lands land by legalizing legalzing appli applications appl applictttions ¬
cations heretofore made for the
cttons pur purchase purchase purchase ¬
chase of such sch lands land and to confirm confr the thetitle thetlle thetitle
title tlle of purchasers thereto theretoThe thereto theretouThe theretoThe
The obvious effect of such a law will willbe vtlIbe
be to legalize leglze the gross and extensive extensivefrauds extensivefrauds extensivefrauds
frauds which have been perpetrated perpetratedupon peretrated peretrateduron perpetratedu
upon uron u on the state of California Calfornia by Hyde HydeBenson HydeBenson HydeBenson
Benson and others in trecurlng rcurlnl school schoollands gchoollands schoollands
lands within wihin proposed forest reserves I Ihave IJ1ave Ihave
have in my possession possesion overwhelming overwhelmingevidence overwhelmingeJdence overwhelmingevidence
evidence establishing establshing the fact that more morethan morethan morethan
than 100000 acres acre of school lands within withinfptest wihin wihinI withinfpiest
fptest I est reseres reserves were obtained by fraud fraudutent fraudutent fraudulent
utent applications applcations which the state stte can canrecover canrecover canrecover
recover by proper suits suis I will wi gladly eladlyfurnish gladiyfurish gladlyfurnish
furnish furish the evidence to establish establsh these thesefacts thesefacts thesefacts
facts whenever It Is desired desiredA deired deiredeA
A law ought to be passed forfeiting forfeitingall forfeitng forfeitngal
all al payments payents made to o the state for forlands forhtrdswherever forIrinds
lands htrdswherever vherever it i Is made to appear appearthat ave3rthat aearthat
that false talse representations rerecntatons wer were ere > made madeirv madeIr made1ri
irv Ir Ttha he appllcations applcMlons applIcalonsaecarnpahying accampahying ac the theBjne theB the5Z1
Bjne B c and ad fld a Jaw 1w ought ouh to t be enacted ected
impossible imposible to open the reservation leeraton on onthe onthe onthe
the date d te nanid in the act actSenator act actSenator
Senator Smoot desires the original originalbill orginal orginalbi originalbill
bill bi amended in accordance with a bill billintroduced bl billintroduced
introduced by him in the senate on onWednesday onVednesda onWednesday
Wednesday last last This provides provide that al alof anor allof
of the unallotted unaUoted lands to be opened to toentry toentr toentry
entry entr shall shal be disposed dispose of under the thegeneral thegtneral thegtneral
gtneral provisions prIsions of the th homestead homesteadand homesteadand homesteadand
and townsite townsie laws of the United Unied States Statesand Statesand Statesand
and shall shal be opened to settlement settement and andentry andentr andentry
entry entr by proclamation procamaton of the president presidentwho presidentwho presidentwho
who shall shal prescribe the manner In Inwhich inwhich inwhich
which lands may ma be settled setted upon and andentered andentered andentered
entered and that no person shall shal be bepermitted bepelmUted bepermitted
permitted to settle sette upon occupy or en enter enter enter ¬
ter any of the he lands until unti after aCer the ex expiration expiraton expiration ¬
piration piraton of sixty days from the time timewhen tme tmewhen timewhen
when the same sire re opened to settlement settlementand settement settementand settlementand
and entry entr No decision was reached by bythe bythe
the committee commitee at todays meeting meetng and andadditional andadditonal andadditional
additional additonal hearings hearing will wi be granted both bothUtah
Utah senators in of their
senator support lupport re respective respectve respective ¬
spective spectve plane plan
United Unied States District Attorney Atorn y Henry Warns Govenor Pardee Pardeeof Iardeeof
of California Calfornia That Something is Doing in inthe intheState the theState theState
State Senate
which will wi enable the state to exercise exerciseIta exerCiSei1
Ita i1 right to make lieu eu selections selc Uons where whereits whereIts whereits
its school and other lands 1ads are ae placed in ina ina n na
a forest reserve and its It lands within withinforest wIhln withinforest
forest fores reserves resev s should be withdrawn withdrawnfrom wihdrawn wihdrawnom withdrawnfrom
from om sale ipso facto upon the with withdrawal wih wihdrawal withdrawal ¬ I
drawal of the surrounding surround In lands from fromentry fromertry fromentry
entry Hiy y the United Unied States Stte preparatory preparatoryto I Ito
to the jcreation of forest reserves The Thepassage Thepassage I Ipassa
passage passa e of such a law Ja would enable enablethe enablethe i
the state st te to acquire valuable timber in inlieu inlieu i
I lieu Jeu of its is worthless school lands when whenever whenI whenever ¬
ever the latter Inter are included in a a a forest forestreserve forestreserve 1 1reserve
reserve reserveI I
I respectfully respectuly urge you to do all In Inyour inyour I
I your power to t prevent the Belshaw bill billand billand
and all al similar simiar measures from becoming becomingI
Concert Concert Singer Catches Fire in a aRoom aRoom aRoom
Room RoomCincinnati RoomCincnnat RoomCincinnati
Cincinnati Cincnnat 0 Jan 31 31As As the th audi audience audience audience ¬
ence in a a local theatre awaited awaied the ap appearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance of Mamie Hayburn Haybur a concert concertsinger concertsinger
singer she rushed out of her dressing dressingroom dressingroom dressingroom
room a living lving torch trch and ad ran r scream screaming screa screamlag ¬
ing through the theatre Several
thetre Severl men menthrew menthrew menthrew
threw coats coat pver over her and a a pail pai of wa water water water ¬
ter finally finalyput put out the flames fames but the thesinger tle tlej thesinger
j singer burned from frol head to foot and andsufferJm and5u andsufferIp
sufferJm 5u eaJ porrilJy horribly is dyngten dyingjnhos a hos
I 1 pitaM pil pitatdal4 aaiss OnJy Q 0111 the te promp prompt1on dfcw rompJP gcon on by byi
i 1 rmjiytn m mtn VIln he theatre th te preventedaTdan preventedaTdanserous preventedadanjgerouspanle d
1 jgerouspanle serous g ous panic pac i i
Widow of Salt Sl Lake Le t Millionaire Mione Weds WedsYouth Wedst WedsYouth
Youth YouthSPOUSE Yo YouthSPOUSE th thSPOtSE
TSitGcial t101 I jo o The Th HentMV HeW I InnsiXSlDlG IRrYEFSIDIC
RrYEFSIDIC II nnsiXSlDlG Cal Cl Jan Ja 3Telve 3Telvecn LTelve LTelver Twelve Twelvei
i r v year cn ago Salt Lake lke was W88 Mtiutter Mtiutterj Mtiutterwith JUlutetwih iIutter iIutterwith j
with wih news that Allen 410n G Campbell Campbellmillionaire cmpbl CanipbelliiiiIliosIre
millionaire miioRtn mine mln owner O W and aD well wel past p
70 0 had married the Ue young oun society Slel re reporter lo lott reluter ¬
porter tt r of u local purser tqer who had Ud gradu graduated gntduted gradustud ¬
stud ted Into io newspaper ne1sp J1 Plfr craft crf from rmtbat rein that nf atschool f fschool
school R < hool teacher teu el Today Toay in Riverside Rivrsidthte Rhrsldethi Riversidethi 1
thi thi thte same sme woman widow of three thr year yearand ye yearsllld f
and heiress heire to Campbells millions miins be becamethe b becaine ¬
camethe Ame the wife of FmnkCV Ftsnk lltk G OKelley OKelleyaged 0KeIIeyaged
aged nge 25 s and formerly formerl a bell bl OKlIl boy by at atGlen a aGle atGlenwood
Glen Gle Glenwood wood woo Tavern OKelley OKeley through throughactive thruCI throughactive
active business buslneo capacity clei ha ha baa been bl no nomoted P prometed
meted lnote to be Landlard Lantlerd Frank Frk Milje Miljeiwlvate Milera Milerainivate Ul 8 8J
iwlvate J llate secretary seretry He is by no nohundsme mean meanhundsorae mesflhandsome
handsome hundsoraeMm hundsme hundsmeh handsomeMts
Mm h Campbell Gamphet is il Well endowed endo1o with withgood TUhlok r1thgood
good loOks lok She has three children Her Herfortune HerCOlhme Herfortsne
fortune COlhme IB 1 estimated etmated at 1000600 100 Since Sincethe Sice Sicetb Sincethe
the death of her husband three
tb bel hU8bnd thre years yearsago year yearsago
ago go Mrs Mr Campbell Campbel has been b an active activeChristian acie acieehrl
Christian ehrl lan Scientist Scientst Last summer summerOKelley summerOKeUey scannerCKelley
OKelley had nervous prcetratkm prc traUon and andfnt andWEn andwent
WEn went fnt to Mrs Mr Campbell CLmpbl for treatment treatmentHe tratmnt tratmntHe
He I le found relief releC for his hi nervous nerVOU trouble troublelit truble troublethe
lit lt fell fel In love with and proposed lrop t to the therich i irich
rich widow He was rejected rejede and ad sought luht soughtto i it
tu t i forget his hlt troubles trouble in the thp wilds wids of ofCalgary 1 1Calgary
Calgary C l ar lumber lumh r camps But CPr from Man Manilobtt n j jiloba
COM i woods ws the onetime onetme bell bn boy by bo wrote rte j
to t Mrs ln Campbell ampbH and pleaded plcade ao ten fervently fe tenventiy ¬
vently venty that she reconsidered reonidele invited invitedhim invitedhint
him to come cme home hom and accepted aepte him himThe himTh himThe
The Th wedding edtn took place thin thi afternoon afternoonRemembered at afternoonRemembered roo rooRemembered
Remembered in Salt Lake LakeSirs LakeMis
Sirs 111 CampbellOKelley CamJbetOKeley is well w l re1 re1nrcmbered re renmbre yemembered
nrcmbered nmbre in Salt Luke Llte as a airs lIr Helen HelonYoung HelenYtngand HelenYoungand
Ytngand Youngand Young and also alo as Pots Potu Potapsi lotpl the tlienomdeplume thencmdeplume theacmdcplume
nomdeplume ncmdeplume under which she contrib contributed cntrb cntrbuted contribsled ¬
uted to the society sociel column of a local localpaper l localnaner l lJpr
paper Jpr When she became bem the wife leor leorAlan of ofAllan ofAllan
Allan Alan G Campbell Campbel she was in the lat latter l tatter ¬ i itel
ter twenties twentes and the mother o of a child childby childby I Ib
by b a former marriage marriageSoon n1ar1age n1ar1ageSon marriageSoon
Soon Son after afer her wedding to the mil millionaire mi millionaire ¬
lionaire JGnatre she gave gve up newspaper newppr work workand workand workand
and after afer residing reiding with her aged age hus husband husbnd herband ¬
band bnd for some years yers in Salt Sl Lake Lakemoved Lke LkeI Lakemoved
moved mve with wih him to Los L Angeles Angele Two Twochildren Twochidren Twochildren
I children chidren resulted reuJed from the union unionMrs unionrs unionMrs
Mrs rs OKelley OKeUe must be at least lnst twelve twelveyears twelveyears
years the th senior of her youthful bell ¬
boy husband hubnd As A remembered rmembered by local localfriends localfriends
friends frends she was wa possessed p05 ted of an at attractive attreUve attractive ¬
tractive treUve personality personalityHIDING personalty personalityHIDING
Andrews Believed Beleved to Be Bessie Bos Bostons BOI BOItons Boctons ¬
tons Murderer MurdererColorado MurdererCo1orado MurdererColorado
Colorado Springs Colo Cob Jan 31 31Chief 31 31Chief
Chief of Police Reynolds Renolds of this thi city citywho citywbo citywho
who has been on the trail trai of Milton MiltonFranklin MiltonFranklIn Itn ItnFrankJn
Franklin FrankJn suspected susected of f having lavhtg mur murdered murdered ¬
dered Bessie Bess ie Bouton BOU ton has returned He HeHJinjaunces He1funce Hennnunces
HJinjaunces 1funce that he is convinced cnvinc of o two twothings totqi twot1lngs
things tqi s first frt that the thE body bdi found en eni enCutler
i Cutler Cuter mountain mountin is i that of Mrs Irs Bessie BessieBouton Bs BssieBouton e eBouton I
Bouton of Syracuse N Y and sec second seeend c cond ¬
ond that Milton Miton Franklin Andrews of ofHartford ofHartf ofHartfOrd
Hartford Hartf Conn Con is the Milton Frank
Who Visited Salt Lake With Mabel MabelBouton MabelBouton MabelBouton
Bouton Is Now Suspected of ofBeing ofBeing ofBeing
Being Her Murderer Murdererim
im alias alns George Bouton alias alas George GeorgeHarnett Gerge GergeHarnet George1tarnett
Harnett Harnet who febelees he believes Is responsible responsiblefor repible repiblefor
for her denth The T chief says sys he b hehave will willj wi
j have a warrant issued hsue at once for forFranklins forFrankUns forFranklins
Franklins arrest He says sys that Frank Franklin Fr FrankUn
lin ln is in hiding in New York City Ciy and andtimt andMllt Sadthat
that Mllt he has been traveling tveHng with wit a a wo woman weittalt ¬
man who calls alh herself hcnel his sister sisterWhile sis sisterWhile r rhie
While hie in Syracuse Syrcuse Chief Reynolds Reynoldssubmitted nnlds nnldssubmitted Rynoldssubmitted
submitted a sample smple of the thl hair hai found foundupon f foundupon und undupon
upon the body of the Cutler Cuter mountain mountainvictim montain montainvKthn nountainvethn
victim vKthn to the Kempters parents prtt of ofBessie ofBEs ofBes1e
Bessie BEs ie Bouton and it was identified identifiedas identif
as a having belonged to the missing missingdaughter Inlalng Inlalngdaughter inisslitslaughter
daughter The description derlpton of the u den dental dental < n ntal ¬
tal work was identified identifed also als and the theheight thehdght thelicight
height weight and general description descriptionof d rlpton rlptonof
of the body bdy tallied taled exactly exacU with wih that thatof t thatof at atof
of Bessie Bei Bouton BoutonNEW BoutonNEW BoutonI BoutonNEW
W L L Park Succeeds Succee s J M Gruber on onthe onthe onthe
the Union Pacific
f Special to The Th Herald HeraldOmaha Herld HerldOmaha HeraldOmaha
Omaha Neb Jan 31W 31r L Park Parksuperintendent Pak Parksuperintendent
superintendent of the WQmlna Wyoming divi division dh dlvislcm ¬
sion sQn has been een appointed appInt general gener1 su superintendent supIntendent u up ¬
perintendent p lntendent of the Union PaciHe PaeUe in insuccession Insuceion insuccession
succession suceion to J J M t Gruber Grubr who re resigned r resgned ¬
sgned to accept the position posiin of o gen general general f ¬
eral eal manager mager of the Burlington Burlngtn line lineeast Unocat lineseast
east cat of the Missouri Issouri river The an announcement a annomicement ¬
nouncement was made this thi afternoon afternoonhy atterpoonhi
hy 1 General Manager Ma Jgjr Mohler lohler The Te ju jurisdiction jurfcUon juntsdttion ¬
risdiction of the s
rfcUon general gnerl tperintea sxperInteadent tperinteadent perinta
dent extends extend from frm Council Bluffs Bluf to toGreen toGreen
Green River Wyo The appointment appointmenttakes appolnnumt appolnnumttakes
takes effect efect tomorrpw tomorrpwMr tomorrowMr
Mr Park Parl has been bee with the Union UnionPacific UnionPacific UnionPacific
Pacific for many years years and nd is very verypopular vr vrpopular verypopular
popular both with the men mtn and 10 with withexecutive Wt withexecutive
executive Qxecut officers ofcers He left for the west westthis wet wetthis westthis
this morning moring after afer attending atending a banquet banquetMonday banquelMonday banquetMOnday
Monday night in honor of Mr lr Gruber GruberGENERAL GruberC GruberGENERAL 4ruberGENERAL
o C
Special Secial to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVashlngton HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 31 31It UI It is expected expectedin
in army circles cIrles here that tat the next pro promotion pr promotion
imoUon motion of a brigadier brigdier to a major gen generalship ge generalship ¬
eralship will wl be that of General GenerJ Prank PrankBaldwin Fank FankBaJdwin FrankBaldwin
Baldwin now in command commad of the de department department department ¬
partment of Colorado Color o and ad stationed s1tnO at atDenver atDenver atDenver
Denver Generals Generl Grant and Wu J unston unstonare untonare ton tonare
are above General Bald BaJdwin Baldwinon winon on the to se seniority st Senionity ¬
niority niorl list lst but these toe officers have ba ex expromoSsj exPl cxpiesscsllingnds
piesscsllingnds to have Baldtvn Baldtvnpromot
Pl t hn BPIwSn BPIwSnpromo
promoSsj promo promot m inSadvance tmads Uing hanc anep oJftheuVfai ot th theta 1itv 1itvawaltl turit itrnd itrndawait kn i iawait
await awaltl moton motion eSiedl hwretiremenftfor hThiettremdntormotion reUremen tor lhelr6waprbr 11eJwr 11eJwrmoton
Lives Lves Are Ae infflfanger j Dager at the te Old OldMUCH Od Oddg Oldilding
ilding ildingMUCH dg dgMUCH
r RIENDS of 4fh tha ItJAI national guard sao a apreparingfjtpmake aro >
1 preparingfjtpmake prepnlngt prepaningto > mke make a hard fight fightbefore f flghtbefore b
before bfore th t th J l lija4tttre telature tT for an 1 nr t tpropriatlon
propriatlon fopt fo Ml new Re armory xi u ustte J Jitta Jstate
state stte itta arsenal arnaJ na1 413equst QIIOSt 8tst win wil ill bt b t mJt T1 Ai ° > r rpurcha3e
for 75000 50 for forable purchase uThag of tt a aable suii suiiad i iable
able piece pltC of ofof ad an ani < 1 the t tof ttt
of a suitable suitableand suitble din ding for an a armor armorriH a nl n nand r rand
and arsenal arrnaJ l lequipped Tije artnn arm r is t tecuipped tJ tJulp
equipped ulp with wih 4lrihl riH rl hal ha II large en c cto > ugi ugithe u 1gt 1gtto
to to meet met all al deinra0s de of tip t h gnarl rJar rd tr Jl Jlthi i ithis Ithis
this thi will wil be b so s tJRxiprigod 1xng1 gtd a to I b W > nans t a a10rId s sbrined
brined 10rId into avbefuitiful etful i ha sill nl I room roomroclal r T Trocial r rrocial < >
rocial ocxastonm otxasll otuIo In attlitin at1dltl > n tr t ilvs th il s Sthe
th tt the new n armorswill frmo wtl br hf t > juipped l tippe ipPfl i ingymnasiuin witn ith itha i ia
a gymnasium gmnaslum VMSirary 1rry omcfp o flf f lo lorks lorksand kors korsand k kand
and storage stoldge roems rf rOojiis in ii the tii arsenal arfla rsip it fv fvthe tvt tvtthe f
the arms and anlber finer property srty srtyguard o tfceJ tfceJguard tH tHgua
guard guardThe gua guardThe rd rdThe >
The old armory a has bo b i oonicmrr 11lr11 lY 1 1as Ias
as 8 unsafe unsfe a nuaober nuir nuer of tiinws tnte asui ald j jnow ov r rnow 1
now noW the chief chICtbt the city cty liv flit ft n de deit depart department 1iaT ir irinent
ment m nt will wl not notroom n peginit it I a rire fre ir in it th thorst t h < Irll Irllroom i iroom
room But t tthe th 4orst f fatm >
thSort orst uuro is isand s hlt hltthc it itthe
the building buildingT0rth buiding lsis and ald th tho > H Hpropriatlon 14j lvii lviiworth O OTorth
worth of ar arthere arnleii1d 1 qlipmfIH iiprr i T i ithere Ithere
there will wil be b 1tl lota tOta I 1 ln s unU unlbte taii taiibetter < SMT SMTbetter
better bte proviskwrte prlsllmaf murio lnaq for tho tl t h hthem j jthem f fthem
them It I is IS rati1l raoti t < nlly impos m s sto = i ito
to guard grd agaftppt ag steal sealrlg stealir4 ir ig unl un r rent rcnt t teat
eat conditions conditon lny Iany articl artiIben lrticIbeen n nbeen <
been ben stolen Boln in r reDt retest eent months fr f f r the theold lc lcold
old armory armr Much lueJ of this I his is isbelonging rr prrDlonging < > ry ryDeionging
belonging Dlonging to 19 the general uenll govpi gornllfnt gornllfntfor goi i > frit fritfor t tfor
for for which the st state must evt e epay i ldY iiy iiyI
I pay payIn ay ayIn
In just whatp wliatbapc what ftwipe the man mit maiicome I < M Mcome m mcme
come cme before befor the legislature leglaturf is i 5 ysettled t tsettled t
settled stted but ttie tlundertadlng th understanding uederstaiidtngthere i = t nl nlthere u uthere
there is a strong strQ stiQil aftmfut aentina at In in fiiv i1 i ia r n nlbrl > 2 2s
s liberal lbrl provision provflof for fo the guur gUa111 gUa111Condition guirCondition > l lCondition
Condition of Old Armory ArmoryConditions ArmoryCbnditons ArmoryCOnditions
Conditions Cbnditons at at th the old armory arii are aregraphically icgraphically te tegraphicaly
graphically graphicaly set st forth lrth in a conmjriin conmjriintJon ei eiUon lm Ir l lUon
Uon to The Herald H8 from frm J J K Tlrnmeri Tlrnmerison Enrer Enrerto I Ison
son to of Salt SJt Lake in which h he hIf s sIf sI >
If I a careful cref consideration cnsletol m t ispection r i ispeetion ispton
speetion spton were wel given gVf by b the pr prisiature < sf Trg Trgiplature rg rgilatur
iplature ilatur to the quarters quater now notby I c cj
I by the natona national gurd guaril of ttai tah I Ithat Tthat
j that they would wouk most Jt cheerfully ch cheerf cheerffor rrll rrllfor
I for an appropriation approprat for a nw 1 iiiI a ai
i Their attention may be cule < l
fact that 60OM 600 6O0 worth of gov go < rrm rT rTroprt rrrvproperty i iproperty
property roprt is now stored stre in a eondT condr coiici iT iTluilding > t tluilding
luilding luldlng and not only oly is i property prplr prOperlthe c cthe f ji jithe
the lives Jve of the te young yong men Jfn thai thaithere t liithere hi J Jtbere >
there each ech night to attend attnd drill in i mv mvmediate 1n iramediate
mediate meiate danger dangerLittle dge dangerLittle
Little Lite did the te 250 5 30 dancers dacrs that thattended t ttende ttended
tended tende a a dance given gven by one of i icompanies f t tcompi t tcompanies
companies compi last lat Tuesday Tuy night r Talz Talzthe raiiz raiizthe aliz alizthe
the danger dnger tUI that they the were expos tXPOg 1 1While > i iWhile JVhle
While Vhle the dance daRe was wa going 011 < m u t tvails talof tvalls <
vails alof of the l building ulin were we aituals aitualsshaking otua otuashaking dua duashaking
shaking and an a a a Htt little more me weight wtigh v < vi vihave i ihave
have caved cved them in It the ief iisLtt iisLttwould iegst iegstwould isit rt rtwould
would consider consderthe these facts th t t ttbe i ithe 1the
the protection protecton of the public ubU the il th y u umen I > i imen
men en who wli 1 go g theje t > e each e night driand dri IrUand
and ad for the Ka4uaDifercOl a > i 1bing i > iteTA iteTAnow a anew
now being bing protected prott from fr the rain ral fc fctubs Ltubs z ztubs
tubs set st in under unr the te holes hls in tin tl1 thelet af aflet r rlet
let us have a new nwUory nwUoryo armory armoryIYTINTYRE armoryMINTYRE
o c
MINTYRE A SLICK ON ONSwindler ONSwder ONSwindler
Swindler Swder Arrested Aested in i New Yor Yorli YorTued YorTurned
i Turned Tued Two To Montana Montna Banks Bankson Bans Banson
on Bogus og Drafts Drts DrtsBute DraftsButte
Butte Bute Mon MoR MoreL Jan Ja 3L 3LPhilip Philip MI MItyre M Mtyre 1 1tyre
tyre arrested arrestelas last Saturday Sturay m i iYrk N NYcrk NYerk
Ycrk City Ciy on the te arrival arhal of a afrom i ira irafrom t tfrom
from Vera Cruz cuz upon upn chargt < > f flug j jing 1iug
lug a worthless worthle draft rt for fo fcO MMI 04 < i MM MMin l lin I Iin
in the Cty of oflfelc Mexico is badly badlyin ba ly lyi <
in i Butte Bute and Kaltepell Etl on a acharge i i
charge BogusrurafUs Bogs t j purlr pars > uri iiir iiirdxatvzi m < Li i1o 1 1drawn >
F Poiltite IKtte bank baithFoilette 1 1Foilette
drawn d1aWl by the t X ilis hlltte balk balkFolete
Foilette Folete Tenn Tenn1 Tennpon pon th t hI < > First N Nbank
bank of Chicago ChicgO Chi for 50 O ias iasand la Paand > c cand >
and in Kaliapelt KaliapeltPhilip KaJ KalispeflPhilip pn pnPhip
Philip Phip MclntjjtreS llcIR es aeer in il M Mwas Mnas I Ias
was as novel th t thg jujtijced d swindler ln leI aii dl dling i ilug i iing
ing with wih exctfleet credentials credentialsrcntly ercentialrently ndental
rcntly being bing er sfe sfgwed by b a i supie supiejustice SUlIP SUlIPjUtce suprejustice
justice jUtce of Tennessee Te e Mclnty Melntyscnting fdny fdnystnUng T Tj
j stnting himseJirto hlmt be b the atr atrI at atthe >
I the Tennessee Tennese Qbal bal Iron IronThe Irn IrnI IronI >
I The local lOal attowteya att imposei p05 01 I 1 t i igave Itgave
Igve tgave gave McIntyre lIclntrteer letters of retMiim reIr rei i m r rtion >
I tion lon to Kaltepail KallD members mebr t 1 fti ft ba baand i r rand
I and to other attorneys 8 rJeY8 througa througiU througiUnrthwest u unorthwest unorthwest
northwest northwestAfter nrthwest nrthwestI northwestAfter
After Afer making raking1ltf Irtmseif a gnvi gc 1 fe e > 1 iwith 1wih 1with
I with wih the lawyonr Javc awyww here he MIrty MIrtyj MiYr MiYrButte r rBute
Bute Butte for abou aboujcix alx months nths i i iI r rities
j I cities dUe of the he nocihwest we Rptu R RettiiIntyre ttI > M MIntyre J JIntyre
Intyre renewedhjte renewel acquni acquniButte acuift acuiftButte acquaiii acquaiiiButte
Butte and TTnlfantrTl I prevaili pnvalii prevaisome > i i isome I Isme
some sme of his 11 Ip I friends frles n 1 < la > t tIdentify tr trilently
Identify ilently him atrttoe at attheCIark eCI Clark bank > m mand liand v vand
and the Conrad Conra ConradibRDk lb > bank k in I 1 hii hiierring f fcuring t tcering
curing 500 on Ot twabogus h drafts draftIntyre M MIntyre MIntyre
Intyre obtalnjl ttt e ta draft draf I in inOmaha ii I IOmaha IOmaha
Omaha Itho lIthogpl HthogriSphJWET company cn1J ty h htheni r 1 1them f fthem
them made K iuadl8 it16 Is allaged through tbrplgY 1 1representations Ll LlreprentaUol t trepresentatioii
representations representationsNew reprentaUol reprentaUolNew representatioiiNew
New York Jfen JpZLPhillip P SL 3LPhiip Phillip MVIrty MVIrtyof McJnt McJntof frJrt frJrtoC
of Nashville Tlltta T today toay pl pha pleadA adt1 < l gu guty g gty guty
ty to a charsfcpf cbap r jpftssing ssIng ng a acheck frci fnIon < >
check on the tiIzea < 3ite K National Xa1ilal hll hllXorfolk t > ink inkNorfolk tbNorfolk <
Norfolk Va 3stu > fh n arraigned alcigned1 alcigned1romb m mTombs i e eTombs
Tombs romb polic pl 1c or w rt An addinva addinvacharge ad aihTh jiri jiricharge
charge cbarg was Prte prated pr 0feated against aint him hi hithe hiiithe av avthe
the examination exminatoI was W3 continued < l unti untiThursday uDtiThursday urtiThursday
Thursday ThursdaySIGN jsr jsrIN
Immense Iene CaveGFound CaveCFoud in i Southern Souther Ne Hevada Nevda Nevada
vada vda Near Nea the te Linfc Lt of the theGlark theClk theClark
Clark Clk Road RoadReno RoadRen RoadReno
Reno Ren Nev4ft Nev Jh SI 3WUUa 31William William Andre Andreand Andr Andrand Lndr Lndrand
and William Wmla peS two prospectors prospectorsreturned prospftQI prospftQIreturne prospc or orreturned
returned returne to lianti R Itano tonight tht with wih repor reporof reporof pporof
of the thediscovel31 discoveJ d of O another otber sirar sirarcave saar stratI
I cave C Le In the aoifthwestern n tOuthwesterfl weer portion portionNevada prion prionNevada portonNevada
Nevada Th T The < uve anje has ha been ben expio expioto explto exrlirto
to a depth deth O of0 PO feet t t and shows showsdence S118 p pdence e edence
dence of a prehistoric prltoric race ra The Te Theem a aern 1ern
ern em is locatedj Joctdi located iu the te line of o the r rClark tClak rClark
Clark Clak road n liefer hena CaMente CMente It I sho shosigns sbosi rhosigns
signs si ns of habitation habit Hon Between tho th my myads mY myads
ads stalactites staUte stactitostbat tt t hang bg from t twalls twaUs twalls
walls as hieroglssfliics hierogl 1IC have hsve been ben font fO fqOld l lOld 5 5Old
Old stone s s soashowing shewing shOlng signs sigs of u uhave uhayc ahave
have also beeff be been 1 fliscovered syered Th Thf rm rmalso malso r ralso
also state thaithey tb thab te they have hay discover discovermineral disco hiscoercmineral eN eNmieral
mineral mieral wesdti wedtiIjtjn jUi the cave Assi Assifrom Ass Assfronl sr srfront <
from the thE wed ore sig gLb satisfactory Sts8CtOr r rptu rptuin reiin tnr tnrIn
In gold ailvei sive sIivenJid Bia other oter metals metalsi r I Iforts
i forts are now nO being ofngmade made to explore epI > re reinneost reinnermost v vInnermost
Innermost inneost caverns ca rs of the cave cave cavestartng cavestartling i istartling <
startling startng resultsare rsI resuU ae are expected expectedA expcted
A mining excitement lemt that promts promtsto prmf
to exceed even ev the e boom bom at Ton Tn Tnha To Tohas opal opalhas
has ha started stred InJSie In the Peavine Peavine dlstrJr t foi foimiles fJmUes fvimiles
miles from RSnoe R Rdh < Immense Immnse bodies bodiesfree boies bcxflesfree n nfree
free rtillling rllng ocefaVeraging o rglg from 2 t
2000 20 per pr ton hajveibeen hvQ hbvq been uncovered ucovere an a11the antbe anthe
the hills 11s are ar iffied C with 1Ih prospectors prospectorsJames prsector prospectorsJames
James Jame Butl BuUer r t e faljier c of the t > Ton Tonpah Tonpah
pah dls1et district 1snQir 9 bMeree literes ± e1 i iii f1 f1new t tnew
new dtnct district a andsjnends nd erctn erecting a a alaarigbt b1 b1plat
plat laarigbt ht 1 in thecaxtof t the dtztri

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