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MOSCOW NOBLES NOBLESSEND N NOBLESSEND i iS
SEND S END ADDRESSES ADDRESSESConservative I
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Conservative Conserva v and nndLiberal nd Liberal Views iews Pre Presented 1rcsente re ¬
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sente to the Czar CzarLESS CzarLESS
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LESS LE S TROUBLE IN RUSSIA RUSSIAWORST RUSSIAWoiT J
WORST WORST CONDITIONS PREVAIL IN INPOLAND INPOLAND I IPOLAN
POLAND POLANDMoscow POLANDMosw D I I II Ifoso
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Moscow foso wFcb Fob 4 4Th The assembly of o no nobles nobIo ¬
bles bIo today t day voted on two addresses to tothe tothe I Ithe
the emperor and the conservative ad address uddiss ¬
dress di S5 wasndopted by a vote of 219 to toi48
148 After a a lengthy discussion how however howovcir howovor ¬
ever ovcir the assembly decided de ldec1 to forward forwardboth forward19th
both the liberal and the conservativeaddresses conservatnd conservative conservaUveaddr I
addresses nd addr < Ir Sses ses to his hi majesty majestyThe m mtjostyThe jesly I
The conservative address declares the thepresent thePresent thepresent
present troublous troublolstime time Is not the theright therightmoment right rightmoment rightifloment
moment to consider consld r any reorganiza reorganization reorganization reorganization ¬
tion of f tho systom of the government governmentand governmentand
and exhorts the autocratic emperor to torule torule torule
rule in consciousness of his strength strengthfor strengthfor
for In the greatness of his power power lies liesthe Hestho liesthu
the strength and hope of the Russianpeople flusanpeople Russian Russianpeople
people peopleA
A dispatch from Moscow last Wednesday Wedneday Wed Wednesday ¬
nesday said that two drafts of resolu resolutions resolutions resolutiOn ¬
tions tiOn were in circulation one insisting insistingonly insistingonly Insistingonly
only on tho maintenance of the au autocracy autocracy autocracy ¬
tocracy and the other asking political politicalfreedom politicalfreedom politicalfreedom
freedom for Russia urging the govern government government governinent ¬
ment to make necessary changes in the thelaw theJaw theJaw
Jaw to enable a representative assem assembly assemtbly assemtbly ¬
tbly to be convoked and appealed to the thothrone thethrone thethronc
throne to issue a manifesto assuring
the country countl of its intention to to take takesteps takesteps takesteps
steps to this end without which it itwould Itwould Itwould
would be impossible to restore tranquil tranquility tranqulJlty tranquilIty
ity to the country countryAt
At a amcctlnsFrlday meeting Friday it was decided to tovote toote tovote
vote ote for a a modified form of address In Ineffect Ineffect Ineffe
effect effe that the nobility was eagerly eagerlyawaiting eagerlynwaiting eagerlyowaithig
awaiting a word from the emperor emperorWhich emperorwhlch emperorWhich
Which would show that the bonds unitv unit
ing the throne and the people were still stillunbroken stillunbroken stillurrbroken
unbroken mId that theemparor tht emporor would wouldwhen wouldhen wouldwhen
when hen ho deemed advisable summon summonelective summonelecUe summonelective
elective representatives of the people to
have a share in the government governmentSEVERE governmentSEVERE
SEVERE PUNISHMENT PUNISHMENTStudents PlNISHMENTStudents PUNISHMENTStudents
Students at Warsaw Expelled From Fromthe Fromthe Fromthe
the Gymnasium GymnasiumWarsaw GymnasiUmWarsaw GymnasiumWarsaw
Warsaw FS 4 ITwo Two hundred and andeighty andghty
eighty J ghty hty pupils were expelled today from
the Warsaw gymnasium with the ad ¬
ditional punishment that they will willnever wUJnever wiltnever
never be permitted to enter any gov government gb gbernment gtrrcrflment ¬
ernment school within the empire This Thisaction ThiscUon Thisaction
action of the authorities is ias i lded ded as asa asa asa
a a punishment for boys vho dared to topetition topetition topetition
petition the directors for the introduc introduction introduction Introductiob ¬
tion of the Polish language into the theschools theschools theicbools
schools As S a result of the th punishment
the boys lose the privilege Prlvl1 ge of perform performing performing performIng ¬
ing military service as one on year volun volunteers volunteers volunteem ¬
teers and will be forced to servo three threeor threeor threeor
or four years in the ranks ranksHearts ranksHearts ranksHearts
Hearts Are Suffering SufferingSt Sufferln SufferlnSt
St Petersburg Feb 4 4A A meeting me Ung of ofmonufaoturers ofIjtnn ofirnnUfa
monufaoturers Ijtnn irnnUfa fa6turers turars has decided to petition petitionailnlgtar petitionMInlti
ailnlgtar or Finance FJn nce ± Cokovsoff to con consider consider consider ¬
sider the workmens demands in consul consultation consultation consultatl ¬
tation tatl n with representatives repI 1 > entat1es of the em employas rh rhpIO8 itiploye
ployas and employers All the Russian Russianmanufacturers Itussiantuturaclurers 1tusiarinftnUfacturer
manufacturers have further decided to todlsouss tolSOUBS todiCouss
dlsouss the minor grievances with the themen themen themen
men and have hoV also resolved not to im impose ImPOSe mmPOee ¬
pose fines or penalties or 0 discriminate discriminateagainst discriminateagaInst discriminateagainst
against tho strikers and to raise a fund
tor the victims of January 22 2 The Themanufacturers Th Theiniuipfaoturers
inanJJf manufacturers oturcrs finally resolved that the theagitation thegitttbn theigithtIbn
agitation among the Workmen was not nota notlabor
a labor but a national movement mov ment and andthat andthat axdthat
that therefore they are not justified in intjl In1jhe In1Ize
tjl 1jhe 1Ize e paynent of wages during the strike strikebut strIkebut strikebut
but that in view of the he distress among
the workmen workm < n the latter will be given givenrelief givenrOIlo givenrelief
relief
No Comment Made MadeSt MadeSt MadePetourg
St Petersburg Feb 4 4The The appoint appointment appolntment appointint ¬
ment of M t Bouligan as minister of ofthe ofthQ ofthe
the interior does not evoke comment commenttho commenttho commentthe
tho papers merely printing his blog biography blography blography ¬
raphy According to the Russ the thecommittee thecommltte thecommittee
committee of ministers has decided to toform toform toform
form special sp clnl commissions of zemstvo
aifd a lid dojffma delegates d le at sif tp tOonsLd sonSI consider the theLOpOSCd ho hoproposed I1 J J1OPO
proposed 1OPO se reformeiin reforms IR the th C public institu1 institu1the utstitutJCns utstitu irtstftut1ons
tJCns Thpi TII RU Russ dfclar l hIs is w wJZLbq wJZLbqthe fbq
the firatStttne the theelectlve elective principled prfpoiplcWi1 prfpoiplcWi1hav will willhave wflhavO
have hav been b en applied a p1fed tn biRussla Russia in ronnee ronneeUon COl ozineeilOfl nec necJon
Jon with legislation and hails the step stepa stepUP stepar
a UP a happy omen omenRcturrd 7 7Returned r rRcturn
Returned Rcturn d toWork toWorkWarsaw tcitwork tcitworkWarsaw totWorkWarsaw
Warsaw Russian Poland Feb Feb 4 4The 4The 4The
The emploY S of the Vistular ralltoad ralltoadshops raUt ralltdadshops ad adshops
shops have resumed Wojik oJik Freight Freighttraffic Freightuafflc FreIghttraffic
traffic has been resumedon resume resumed on the rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads The strike in the Sosnovice disr disrtriot dlatriot district
triot has ha spread to the railroad men menand mennd menand
and nd other classes of workmen The inert inertremain menremain merfremain
remain quiet The shops have been re reopened r rcpened reopened ¬
opened at Kalisr Kal1S although the strike strikecontinues strikecontInues strikecontinues
continues there therePanic therePanic therePanicin
Panic Panicin In Polish Town TownWarsaw TownYarsaw TownWarsaw
Warsaw Feb 4 4Reports Reports from fromCzastoohowa fromCzostoobova fromCzostoohowa
Czastoohowa Russian Poland P land say a that thatcity thatcIty thatcity
city is Isln In a state of panic The irthab irthabitonts itthabitonts hthabitonts
itonts are barricading barrlcadingtheir their doors and andwindows andwIndows andwindows
windows owing to the attitude attlt de of the thestrikers thestrikers thestrikers
strikers
Thousands of Refugees RefugeesBerlin RefugeesBerUn RefugeesBerlin
Berlin Feb 4 4rhe The Lokal Anzeigers AnzeigersKattowitz AnzeigersKattowltz AnzeigersKttttowltz
Kattowitz Prussia correspondent cor spondent says saysthe sa saysthe s sthe
the advent of refugees refug from Russian RussianPoland RussIanPoland BussitinPoland
Poland is assuming assu assu6lng ing large dimensions dimensionsand dimensionsand dImensiOnsand
and that every incoming train is iscrowded iscrowded iscrowded
crowded mostly with women omen and chi children chlI1ren chidren ¬
dren < All German towns near nearthe the fron frontier frontier irontier ¬
tier are filled with refugees refugeesThe refugeesThe refugeesThe
The strikes in Russian Poland the thecorrespondent thecorrespondent thecorrespondent
correspondent says are ar still spreading spreadingaffecting1 spreadtngaffecting spreadingaffecting
affecting the entire industrial l regton regionirom regtonIrom regtontrom
irom Sosnovifc to Granica on on the Aus Austrian Austrian Austrlan ¬
trian frontier Polish newspapers esti estimate estimate estimate ¬
mate the total number of strikers at
400000 400000The 400000The 400000The
The Lokal Anzeigers Warsaw cor correspondent correspondent correspondent ¬
respondent says saysAt S saysAt ys ysAt
At Lodz today during the funeral of offifteen otnaeen offifteen
fifteen victims of the therecent recent troubles a afight afight afight
fight between workmen and the rom military romtary mliitary ¬
tary broke out two of the latter being beingkilled beingkilled i
killed and fifteen wounded wo woundedSerious voiindedSerious nded ndedSerious
Serious labor disturbances disturb neQa s are an announced announced anflounced ¬
nounced from Sides Russian Poland Polandand Polandand Polandand
and Ludlln sixty miles southeast of ofWarsaw otYarsav ofWarsai
Warsaw
Chased Cha dbY by Trepoff TrepofftekPatefsfjutirFeb Tr TrfipoJfFeb po pofL
tekPatefsfjutirFeb fL F lc s u Feb 4 1140 p 1 m mLessengcr inLesengertOrSedo
Lessengcr I4e LesengertOrSedo cn rsotbr s torpedo factory inotur in t1 this thiseftyjdmilotts thIs1lY thisOrnIo1pg
eftyjdmilotts 1lY < OrnIo1pg I tplo hg6QO 6QO dqiert bert rt ifitle fit fitters > rs s and anderndr andGov
br sgllwork sl1as iJncl a br GV GVnl Governdr
erndr nl r General TrepqnT who ordered rd red the thedismissal thedis thedIsmissal
dismissal dis nfssal of thewh the thewhole whole lc staffOttli staff 6f ftl1 the con concern coneernfor concorn ¬
cern eernfor for tdarlhgr tdnrlh down posters postcrsot of the theftitlerorstrecentsp6ech theptPcr theto
< > ftitlerorstrecentsp6ech ptPcr rS Qtt SP ec11 to ti the fttyrk fttyrktriens rk rktyChfJd rkinens
triens tyChfJd delegation le aUQn and because the th man manager mana manaerwds ¬
ager a aerwds er was w s unable ul uuabieo able to replace these the men menTlje menTfic menT1e
Tlje T1e works are tUestrongl strohgiy guard guarded dby by po police poBce police ¬
lice The admiralty admir ly and the war ar office officehave ofilcelIave ouncehave
have requested r queste G Governor ernor General Ge eral Tre Trepoff Trepoff Trepoff
poff to allow the workmen to bo re reemployed reD1PloY reemployed
employed D1PloY d and It is hoped the factory factorywill l factoryvi1l ory orywlJl
will vi1l reopen reopenon on Monday The men claim claimthey claimtb claimthey
they tb y tore toredowri down the posters > because the thedeputation thedepumUon thedepuIaUon
deputation which waited on the em emperor emveror emperor ¬
peror did not include their representa representatives reprpsentaUves representatives ¬
tives tivesA tivesA
A certain amount of t agitation a itntlon con continues continues continues ¬
tinues here Printers in several estab establishments csmbJs ostablsliments ¬
lishments Js mcnts have 1ave struck again because becausethe becauSothe becauothe
the employers refused to pay thorn for forthe forthe forthe
the week they were ere idle idleIncident idleIncld idleIncident
Incident Incld nt Closed ClosedWarsaw ClosedWarsaW ClosedWarsaw
Warsaw Feb 4 4Colonel Colonel Napier the theBritish theBritish theBritish
British attache who was sent here to toinvestigate toinvestIgate toinvestigate
investigate the alleged attacks by Rus Russian RussIan Rimsian ¬
sian Hussars on British Consul General GeneralMurray Gener GeneralMurray l lMurray
Murray and Mr Mucukain the pro proconsul procOnsul proconsul ¬
consul have returned to St Petersburg Petersburg1to
to report to the embassy embass The incident incidentI
b I regarded ts closed Mr Murray hay having haylug
I ing frankly declared that the attacks attackswere nttacksWere attackswere
were only on1 such as happened to any per person perSon perSon
son on the streets at such times timesMercy tImesMercy timesMercy
Mercy For Gorky GorkyParis GorkyParI GorkyParis
Paris Feb 4 tThe The imprisonment at t
St Petersburg of Maxim Gorky orky as a aresult 3result aresult
result of the part He l1 took in the reforth reforthmovement reforhmovement refozhmovement
movement in Russia creates cr ates a pTdfouritt pr ound
impression in French literary circles circleswhich circleswhIch circleswhich
which are signing a petition for his re ¬ i
lease Among the signatories are MM
Rodin Anatole France Fni ce Jaures Char Charpentier Charpentier Charpentier
pentier Claretle Cln etle Mariel Provost Lud Ludovlc Ludolc Ludoiic
ovlc Halevy and Claude Monet MonetLaw MonetLaw MonetLaw
Law For the Workmen WorkmenSt
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St Petersburg Feb 4 41n In accordance accordancewith accordancewith I IwIth
with the emperors ukase on Dec 25
the ministers have decided d > iled to estab ¬
lish a committee at the ministry of
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MADE SOME VERY VERYTEMPTING VERYTEMPTING
TEMPTING VALUES VAJLUESIisr
Iisr I OUR TROUSERS TROUSERSDEPARTMENT TR TJSERS
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ff f Extra trousers to make th that thatold thatol t to
old o ol 9 l suit look lookentire young again againtqqlr againtqqlrentire rc ia iaentire
entire line is on sale at a fourth fourthoff fouhof
off ofthe the regular sales sal s tickets So Sothe a athe othe I
the buying is made easy for foryour f fi kiI
i your purse its only a question questionof
of size and pattern patternv patternIJThis patternjfrrhis patternJT1iis
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IJThis is the final fin na1 na1of l markdowji markdowjiof r 1arkd0v 1 1of
of the season Now N OV I you can cansave c ciII p psave I
II save on suits shirts socks 9 ks and andtrousers andtr andtrciusers
1 trousers tr users A goodly attraction attractionfor
for those who know g good od toes toesj togs tpgst O Oat
at t pru pruned ned prices pric prices s t Its i choice clapieepicking choicepicking p pk j
picking pIG k Ug all a 11 Tlg right rightR1 h tl < r i5V i5Vr
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finance for or the th preparation of a a draft draftof dtDtf CU4fof
of f a 3 Avorkmansstatus workman sstd US law lawItalian lavItalian lawI
I Italian Sympathy SympathyRome ynp thY thYRome v vRome
Rome Feb eb 4 DemonstratIons 4Demonstl1ltioltS in insympathy insympathy InSympathy
sympathy with the Russian recon reconstructive reconostructlvemovemarit reconstructive
structive structlvemovemarit movement for the release re eas easIaxim of ofMaxim 0fMasim
Maxim Gorky the author contInue to tob tohiP
b hiP held throughout Italy ItalyTraffic ItalyTr ItalyTEffk
Traffic Tr ffc Suspended SuspendedBreslau SuspendedBreslau SucndedBreslau
Breslau Feb 4 4RaIlway Railway traffic be between be1een between ¬
tween Silesia and the Russian town of ofSosiiovic
Sosiiovic is i entlYely suspended suspendedKUROPATKIN d de dKUROPATKIN
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KUROPATKIN KUROPATKflSREADY IS ISREADY ISREADV
READY TO QUIT QUITContinue QUITContinUCd QUITContInues
Continue ContInues from Page1 Page1the Page l lthe i ithe
the Sandepas operations op ratlons Is untrue and1 and1the hndthe
the Japanese losses greatly exceed the theTokio thelokio theTokio
Tokio estimates of the Russian R sslan losses lossesbecause lossesbecause lossesbecause
because in their th ir advance over the fro frozen frozen irezen ¬
zen grQund grq nd it was impossible for the theJapanese theJapan theJapaneh
Japanese Japan to entrench entrenchThe entrenchThe entrenchThe
The ioport that General Gener l Kuropatkln Kuropatklnreceived Kuropitklnreceiel Kuropatkinreceived
received orders from St StPetersburg Petersburg Peter burg to toadvance toa toadvance
advance a lnceon on account of o the internal con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions jn Rifssla n ssta is also als untrue The Thefighting ThefighUng
fighting was Inaugurated independent independently ¬
ly and the operations could have as assumed assumed asflumed ¬
sumed important dimensions only onl in incase 111case iiiease
case of the success of their primary primaryobject primaryobject
object objcctthi the capture capt re of Sandepas SandepasPosition SandepasP
Position P sition Was Untenable UntenableTsinkhetchen UntenablcTslnkhetchen
Tslnkhetchen Manchuria Feb 2 de delayed deJoyed delayed ¬
layed in transmission transmissionA A reconnais reconnaissance reconnaissance ¬
sance In force was undertaken Feb 1 1by 1by
by the Russian advanced posts toward towardDziontchan towardDziontchan towardDziontchan
Dziontchan fourteen miles southeast southeastOf
Of Tsinkhetchen l The troops started startedat
at n early ear lX 19ptl1L ornlnEandby mLRY iipqn JlpClI9n rpyeJn > ycJP
the Japanese Japl1 sesUnl lpSjytzIacke ja he then mov moving ¬
ing round Vantze pass The Russians Russiansflanked Russiansflanked
flanked Jhe the Japanese position positionfrom from the theeast theeastaDcL
east eastaDcL andUjonij andompledtleJgptnee > l led ledtJb tte J Japanese ptin se to fall fallback aIL aILback
back to Chapten pass 3he he Russians Russiansstormed RUlaianastormed
stormed and occupied a portion of ofVantze ofVantz
Vantze pass pa s aX a 1030 p m but the Jap Japanese Japanese ¬
anese being reinforced by by6Ooo 6000 men the theposition tbepositIoI
position of the theRussians h Russians was untenable untenableHaving untenabIHaving
Having carried carrl d out the mission of olreel olreelIng feel feeling ¬
ing the enemys strength st IHth the Russians RussiansDenied Russianst
t H qii 1l tdrew fJg 1g1ii1g 1Jg Ptllringa Ptllringacw ptpring a
cw ir Ja Jajianese JajianeseDenied hnese hneseDcnied
Denied by Japanese JapaneseTokio JapanesToklo
Tokio Feb Feb4Thc 4 4The The war department departmenttoday departm departmfnttoday nt nttoday
today issued an extended statement de denying den denying ¬
nying n ing the charges of mistreatment con contained contamed ¬
tained In letters from alleged survivors survivorsdf
of the Russian armored cruiser Ruclk Ruclksunk Rutlksunk
sunk by b the Japanese in the strait of ofKorea ofKorea ofKorea
Korea in August 1st whioh letters lettor881 lettor881said are aresaid
said to have been smuggled out of ofJapan ofJapan
Japan in bamboo cones Thd depart department deiariment ¬
ment denies that any prisoner pris ner has been beenstruck beenstruck
struck declares decl res the Russian Wounded Woundedreceived s und d drecoived
recoived the same treatment as the theJapanese theJapanese
Japanese and assert that th t the food of ofthe ofthe
the prisoners is more expensive than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the Japanese soldiers fare The de department department ¬
partment adds that the prisoners are arebeing arebeing
being treated in accordanc with the thembst thembst
mbst strictly humane hUmaneat1d and traditional traditionalusagv trrtditi traditionalusa nal nalusaf
usagv usaf usa and nays the great majority of ofthe ofthe
the prisoners are satisfied and even evenpleased evenpleased evenpleased
pleased with ith their treatment treatmentFiring treatmentFlring treatmentFiring
Firing Resumed ResumedRussian ResUrhed ResUrhedRussian
Russian Headquarters Huai Huaq Moan Mountain Moantam Iountaln ¬
tain tam Manchuria Friday Feb 3 ZDe ZDelayed De Delayed DeJayed ¬
layed in transmissionO tra sm1ssionhe he artillery artilleryengagement artlllerengagemept artilleryengagement
engagement has been resumed on the theRussian th thRussian theRussian
Russian right rightFIGHT rightFIGHT rightFIGHT
FIGHT ON STANDARD OIL OILKansas OlLKansas OUI OUansas
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Kansas ansas Legislators Will Have to Re Reslst Resist e eslst
slst Temptation TemptationTopeka TemptatioTopeka
Topeka Kan Feb i < A strong strongfight sty ftyOngfight nb nbfight
fight is being belngllged waged byfeeStandard byfeeStandardpll by ieSttmnrd ieSttmnrdpll fnl atd
pll 11 company 1r aijalnst a Jnst thjp Ui proposed propdsadstate pr9ptlsQdtate proposedstate
state tate refinery Ldbbles or 0 of both the theStandard theStaI1dard theStandard
Standard and Kansas Oil Producers Producersassociation Producersassociation Producersassociation
association are busy with members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legislature Chargers of bribery briberyare bdbelJare
are being bcin freely made and there will willbe willb willbe
be b an effort made to get the matter matterbefore matterbefore matterbefore
before the grand jury ju now no In session sessionhere sessJonbere sessionhere
here herePRESENTED herePRESE
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PRESENTED pRESENTED PRESE WTED FALSE CLAIMS CLAIMSIndian CLAIMSIndian CLAIMSIndian
Indian Agent in Montana Found F Und Gull Guilty Gullty Gullty ¬
ty by Jury JuryHelena JuryHelena JuryHelona
Helena Feb eb 4 4l1oscs Moses L BridgeT BridgeTman Blidgc Bridgeman t tman
man was today todn found guilty by a jury juryin juryin juryin
in the l1 United lted states court ourt of present presentins
ing false claims against agn n5t the thegovcrn7 thegovcrn7ment govern government
ment while acting acti1 as agent at tie tieFort f ti tiFort e eFort
Fort Belknap agency BHdgeman Btl geman was wasfound Wa Wafound wa5found
found guilty on ten counts The trial triallasted trialtasted triallasted
lasted eighteen da days s and more than
100 Indian witnesses were examined examinedBridgeman examine4Bridgeman examineBridgeman
Bridgeman turned in claims to the thegovernment thegovernment
government for wood alleged to hav havbeen lla llabeen habeen
been furnished by the Indians which whichthe whl whLhthe h hthe
the Indians testified te titied thei the had ndt ndtmade n ndtmade t tmad
made and nd had h d not furnished the items itemscharged UcPscharged itemscharged
charged The aggregate aggr gate amount al alleged alleged alleged ¬
leged to have been secured by Bridge Bridgeman ri r1e r1eman ge geman ¬
man was under 5000 5000ALMOST 6OoCII1 5tIOOALMiST
CII1 CII1A
ALMOST A ALMiSTSt MdsT READYTO EADY TOSTAfnoi TOSTAfnoiSt STAJRT STAJRTSt
St Petersburg peter bt rg Feb 1 4 4The The ttrd ttrdRussidh t tblrdRusshfh 1rd 1rdRussl
Russidh Russl h Pacific squadron s4u dron commanded commandedby cOthmbndlUlby
by Admiral Nebogatoff and consisting consistingof
or the battleships Nicolai icotul I General GeneralAdmiral G GeneralAdinirii neral neralAdmlr
Admiral Admlr J Apraxinp Admiral Oushakoff Oushakoffand Oushakoffand
and Admiral Almira150nlavJn Seniavin the th criiisei crlllseV1lrd crlllseV1lrdmit VlAd VlAdimir
imir Monbmach Ion mach and nd the auxiliary auxIli a xiiiaiy xiiiaiycruisers lY lYluislrs
cruisers Russ and Xenja enin will leave LI LItau 11iau LItau
tau about Feb 14 The delay in the thedeparture UtedCIJarture thedeparture
departure of the squadron is due to the theplacement therlacement theplacement
placement of artillery The Russ car carrifs c cris cairiS
ris captive balloons and the Xenia X nia coal coaland ebtlnnd coland
and other supplies and a z repair rep ir shop shopT shopTorpedo I ITorpedo
Torpedo T rpadoboatswlll boatswill boats wilt join the i squadron squadronat squadronatsea
at atsea atseaIAY sea seaMAY seaMAy
MAY NOT NOTM NOTMIRRY MARRY RRY NEGROES NEGROESi NEGROESNative JEGROESNative
i Native of Italy Is fief Refused used License Licenseby LicensebyCoyntyC by byCounty byCounty
County Clerk erkDespite erkDespiteFlea Despite DespitePlea >
Plea PleaPaul FleaPaul
Paul Marx a native Of Italy and andBelle andBelle andBelle L
Belle Johnson a negress applied at the thecounty thecounty
county clerks omen yesterd yesterday y for or a amarriage 3In amarriage
marriage In license giving their residence residenceas resi once onceaH
as Woods Cross CrossDeputyClerk CrossDepUtyClerk CrossDeputyClerk
DeputyClerk D A Smith asked ask d Marx Marxif Iarx IarxIf
if he considered himself a negro and andMarx andMarx an anMarx i
Marx replied that his grandfather had hadnegro hadnegro hatnegro
negro blood In his veins But Deputy DeputySmith DeputSmIth DeputySmith
Smith was not convinced that Marx MarxWhs Marxbs Marswiis
Whs bs negro enough enougnto to qualify him to 0 en enter enter enter ¬
ter Into the1 thrpropos proposed d union unio 1 and he re refused refused
fused to issue the th license licenseBRAKES licenseBRAKES IccnseBRAKES
BRAKES PUT ON ONWashington ONWashington ONWashington
Washington Feb 4 4The The statement statementin
in made by authority that no proceed proceedings proceedIngs proceedlags ¬
ings under the pending Dominican Dominicanagreement Dominicanagreement Dominicaragreement
agreement have been taken t kcn nor will willthey wIllth willthey
they th > be taken until the arrangement arrangementItself arrangementItf01f arrangenteniitself
Itself is ratified by the tlt United States Statesctnate Statestnat Stateranate
ctnate ranateHelps tnat
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the hill hillGot hillGot hilL hilL6ot
Got lots of
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CONSIDERATION CONSIDERATIONWAS Q NSIDERATIONWAS
WAS VERY BRIEF BRIEFDiplomatic BRIEFjplo BRIEFiplomatic
D Diplomatic jplo tic and Consular Bill Passed Passedv Passedby
v bythe by the House HouseEXPLAINED HouseXPLAINED
XPLAINED E BY MR HITT HITTDEBATE HITTDE
DEBATE DE D A E WAS WAS MOSTLY ON OTHER OTHERSUBJECTS OTHERSU
SUBJECTS SUBJECTSWashington SU JEcTS JEcTSj JEcTSWaihlngton
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+ Washington jtFtsb b b 4 The house
today todu passed the diplomatic and andconsular andconsular
consular appropriation bllj btl car carO carOrying N NJurying
Jurying 4 rying 2107047 which is an n in increase increasef increase
crease creasef for r this service of r S7S713 S7S713over 78713oer +
over the th cur1e current t appropriation A Anumber Anumber
number of ominor minor bills were dis disLEDSed disDoSed
DoSed o ot byunanimous b unanImous consent consentThe cancrontThe
The debate de atc while the diplomatic
bin was under consideration was wasvery waserybrief
+ very erybrief brief and was devoted to torailroad torailroad torailroad
railroad ratelegislation rate Iegisatioii and roci rociprocity Fociprocity
i procity treaties treatiesWashington treatiesVasbington 1
Washington Feb 4 Consideration 4Considcrationof Considerationof
of o f the consular and diplomatic dipl maUe appro appropriation appropriation ¬
priation p riation bill was begun In the house housewhen housewhen housewhen
when that body convened today tod 3 Mr
Rite UII III explained the provisions P1 iSlons of ofhe
the t he measure measureThe measureThe
The bill carries a total of 2107047 210704Generaldebate
General Generaldebate G eneral debate was limited < to one
hour b ohr by b unanimous consent and Mr
Lamar Flsu Flaj took tookthe the floor for half
this t his time to discuss railway rate leg ¬
islation I He asserted that congress congresshad
had nadpower h power to fix ovory railway rate rateAnd rateand I
And a nd hadconstitutional had constltutional eotistltuti nal authority to toelegate I
delegate d this bower to a a commission commissionor commissionDrtribunaJ I
DrtribunaJ o or r tribunal That congress should do
this t was emphasized emph si td he ll said aid by ap appeals appeala ¬
peals p eaI from sob organized commercial commercialand commercialand
and a nd agricultural associations by b3 the theposition thepo theoItioh
position po p ition the Democratic Democ rtle jiarty arty had hadtaken ltadt hadnken
taken t en T5y the tbcrec jecommendations ri tnendatioIts of the th
Republican Rep bJl an party artY and nd by the fact that
during d uring the ten years ears the Interstate Interstatecommerce Interstatemmerce
commerce q mmerce commission bad exercised
the th t ne < > ratemaking power we none one of the th rail railroad raiIroad ¬
road r interests of otthe rthe the country were in ¬
jured juredAh juredAil J ured
Ah explanation of the value of the theureau
bureau b ba ureau of o American republics was wasasked wassked vasasked
asked a of Mr Hitt by Mr Ir Perkins
N Y i4 i4TradcReporta
TradeReports TradeR port Valuable ValuableMr Valuabie ValuabieMr
Mr BIt said that measured by ao aoual i
tual t ual Increase ncrease of trade gained through I
the bureau its value would be very verysmall verysmaH verymall i
small s The translated reports on trade tradeCOiYdlUdns tradeOIidlt1
COiYdlUdns e < OIidlt1 rts Ife lf had ascertained were wereregarded werere
regarded re r ded as very valuable by import importers Importers importra ¬ I
ers e ra and andetcportergs exportere cx orter8 These reports and andthe andthe andhe
the t he facility faclJit which the bureau afforded affordedor i
for f or dealing with the South American Americanrepublics Americanepublics Americanrepubllcs
republics r Justified Ju tified its maintenance iptennce
Ascertaining A Aaccrt cert lnfng by b questioning Mr Hitt i
that t the consular fees paid into the thereasury
treasury t reasury amounted to more than the theexpense theexpense
expense e of the consular service servj Mr
Grosvenor advocated applying the dif difference diierence ¬ i
ference f erence to Increase the pay of the con consuls consuls conmils ¬
suls sulsMr
Mr Mann Ill offered an amend amendment amendment ¬
ment providing pravidingfor forsix six diplomatic at ¬
taches t of the department of state at ata ata ata i
a a sajary of 3000 each for the eri ericouragement encOUragement en
couragement of commerce In ex explaining 0 0platnlng ¬
plaining the amendment Mr Mann Mannommendatioti 1rarlnsaid
said it was In line with a recent r rommendatlou req
ommendatioti of the president DresldentMr
Mr BItt Said he lt did not wish to toshut toshut toshut
shut out the amendment amendm nt on a point pointor
or order but he saw no special ad advantage adantac adyantage ¬
vantage antac and no added a ded authority or orbrestigo
prestige to be gained gainedMr S ghinedMr ht d dMr
Mr Mann stated stnt d he Was willing jto jtoaccept to toaccept
accept the judgment of Mr Hitt oh ohthe Ohthe
the t he matter and withdrew the amend amendment amendment ¬
ment meatAt j
At 250 oclock Cite he diplomatic and andconsuiaxj andconsuI andcoestllaz
consuiaxj consuI coestllaz bill wm9 wRJa3 wal ° nasscd nasscdThe nasedThe ed edThe <
The following bills were passed To Toconstruct Toconstruct Tocoflatruct
construct a dam and reservoir on the theRio lhcUo theRio
Rio Uo Grande river near Engle N M Mfor Mfor Mor
for or Irrigation purposes p rpos ros s in New N w Mex Iex ¬
leo and Texas providing for the dIp disposition d dposition ¬
position of pension money due insane insanepensioners Insatep6nsloners insattepensioners
pensioners in hospitals for the in insane insnne insane ¬
sane saneAt snneAt saneAt
At 350 oclock the house adjourned adjournedPRACTICE adjournedPRACTICE adjournedPRACTICE
PRACTICE WILL WILLBE Will WILLBE I IBE
BE CONTINUED CONTINUEDContinuedfrom
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Continuedfrom ConUnucd rom Page 1 1e 1ilanee I Ifjlance
fjlance e through the h records in the In lnclari Inclan Inbureau
clan bureau b r U Hestated ne tatcd that when the thfcPt th tht theSt
Pt t Lnbre Lnht school school dante lnte to t < > His attention attentionthrough htt attentionthrOugh nUon nUonthr
through thr u h a claim clalt1i claithiesented presented sented to the th In Indian IndIantiureaU Indian ¬
dian dIantiureaU bureau by tWtschool l tcsehool < he held h ld up upaction UPaction upaction
action on the th Caifife l ie e ahd directed that thatrayment th thatrayment t trayment
rayment be withheld withh 1d pending a request requestlie
lie made to have the matter presented presentedto
to the attorney general gqi1 ral for an n opinion opinionas
as to t the theauthorhtiy authprlfly pil of making such suha suhana a anayment aiamenf
na iamenf nayment m f if f 11i Ei3flaw f1 v was perfectly perfectlyclear perfetJyclear perfectlyclear
clear on th the subject subj subjeth1ie cf lie said 3 id he could couldsee couldsee
see no objection to the h flalm a1th irJi He sug sugpested sugJeslcd sugizested
pested that a determination of the mat mattjpr matt mattir I
tjpr t r In the thecourts courts Would be welcomed welcomedThere welcomedThere welcomedTbere
There can be 110 llc1objection 1d objectlont h2 h said saidhto saidto t
hto to any an one bringing briT briflingjijunetion in in junction pro proceedings pr proceedltigs < ¬
ceedings which could bring about a ro r rIew review > I Iview I
view Iew and settlement of f the whole sub subject subjectln subject ¬
ject jectln In the th courts courtsCHICAGO courtSOH ourtsG ourtsOHICAGO
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CHICAGO OH I CAGOPE11JRBED CAGOPE11JRBEDOVER PERTURBED PERTURBEDOVER P R T1JRBED T1JRBEDOVER
OVER SPQTOM SPQTON THE SUN SUNChicago SUNChl SUNChitago
Chicago Chl agQ Feb 4 4A A spot on the sun sunwas sunWas sunwas
was visible through the murky atmos atmosphere atmosphere atniosphere ¬
phere here today without the aid of a atelescope ateIescQP
telescope Triangular In outline the theb thebotch
blotch b otch appeared a pcar d in longest IonS t dimensions dimensionstp
tp be oebneefehth oneeighth of the suns diameter diameterhrong8gathE diameterhrongsgatherod
Throngs hrong8gathE gathered > ioo in inthe thestreets the atreets to tOflet tOfletthephem ee
the thephem phenomenon > menon Astronomers have haveb havebeen
been b n taking note of the th spot fI > ot for several severaldays seV sevetuxdays 1aI 1aIdns
days but only toddy to ty did id the excitement excitementot
of lay observera obscrveratcoriie bacbrhe c me pronounced pronouncedTHE
THEDEATH THE TDiRECORD TDiRECORDLouis E TH RECORD RECORDLouis RECORDLouis
Louis Ernest Barrias BarriasParis BarriasParis
Paris Feb 4 4Louls Louis Ernest Barrias Barriasthe Barrlasthe Barriasthe
the sculptor s ulptor is isded dead He was born in inJbsqph inisii
JSt1 JSt1i
S Jbsqph Jos ph Prince PrinceLondon t
London Feb 4 4Joseph Joseph Prince for formerly formClly fornicely ¬
nicely vice Ice president of the Grand GrandTrunk Grandrailroad GrandTrunk
Trunk railroad and ho was as connected connectedrith connectedith connectedtrith
rith ith railroads in the th United States Statesdied Statesdied
died in London today of f paralysis paralysisFrank parahsisFrank paralysisFrank
Frank W Parrish ParrishClarinda ParrishClarinda ParrishClarinda
Clarinda la Feb 4 4Frank Frank W V Par Parish ParIsh ¬
ish for the past twenty years presl president presllentoC presldent ¬
dent < lentoC of the Clarinda National bank and anda
a u prominent Grand Army man died diedsuddenly diedsUddenly diedsuddelily
suddenly here aged 59 years yearsMajor yearsMajor cars carsM
Major M jor W F Goodspccd GoodspccdColumbus GoodspecdColumbus
Columbus 0 Feb 4 4Major Major W Y F FCJoodspeed Fd FQoudepeOd
CJoodspeed d president of the Commer Commercial COutmtrcia Conimercml ¬
cia National bank and a prominent prominentGrand prominentGrllnd prominentGrand
Grand Army Arn man dropped dead today todayaged todayaged
aged asc 62 G years yearsWILL yearsWILL
e co
WILL WILLNEED NEE NEED EVERY EVERY VOTE VOTEWashington VOTEWasttll1gt VOTEWastIngton
Washington Wasttll1gt n Febg Feb 4 4Bees tnclre Kepjresqntatlve Kepjresqntatlveavney ntathe ntathetl1e ntatIveDavney
Davney avney the Republican R tit1fcan whip of the thehouse thebozse
house today toc1o notified n Citied all lheR the theRcpublican theRcpublicanmembers Republican Republicanmembers PubUcnn
members tcTbev tcf In the th house at 2 p m mMojlday inMonday
Monday to5 t vote ote on the rule for th thConsideration thconsiemdon thconslderntt
Consideration n of the railway rate bill billCRITICALLY billCRITICALLY
0 0CRITiCALLY
CRITICALLY ILL ILLAustin ILLAustfn ILLAustin
Austin Teai T Feb F b 4 4Th The children childrenHlg chUdrenoffSro childrenof
offSro of riner Go Gavirlio DO iIogg < g were sum sumjJtU sumUQdL1q
jJtU ttro UQdL1q Itp s 1 1N by b b1torticl tlt rp
1torticl t orVd1scrJQUR sciius J illf1qofgjie Rgt 1 he goc goerlL4 ff1 I IlIi
JtI1 lIi Hlg frlcnoV fri n S KeTC H Iieraard4vprO11ensive ra arcFaTpp urclll 1 re ehenslVe n h
SO S QLONS lO N S G GOON GOONClttined 0 iUN Sjt SjtJtRlp
JtRlp TO QG iN iNnUn
CCotilimTed nUn ed from lr n ni pai 1agC agc 1 1ties 1I 1ies
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ties t ies of Utah Ut h and andfiitcPn fifteen ff pn states of ofthe ofthenion the theUnion theCnlon
Union U Uf nion 1fo111tf ornff stuaents coming front XrOflVaS XrOflVaSar as asfar asfar
far f ar east as Maryland MarylandLarge MarylandLarge MarylandLarge
Large Appropriation Asked AskedThe AskedThe ske skeThe
The institution m he said was w at pros present prosnt 1eJ 1eJent ¬
ent e nt in an embarrassing embarr sstIlg position It Itfaced Itfaced itaced
faced f Its greatestheeds gr greatest ato tneedsand needtind ahd because caUse of of4his Ofltis
4his hls fact the appropriation a pibpriaUo called c Ued foras for forv foras
v as larger than ever before The esti estlmatesh estimates esUateS ¬
mates matesh m Vm Vb ateS he h assured assi1r d his his hearers had hadbeen hadieen hadeen
been b een made as Jig j low Y as possible The Theminimum Themlnimutna Theinimum
minimum m appropriation to cover pres present present presnt ¬
ent ti nt requirements req irements Vwou7d wo ofd fd be asked askedPresident ask askedreidentXsrr d dPrcsJdent1
President P reidentXsrr l < rr then th explained why Wh the theoggresate theggreg theggregate
oggresate z ggreg t sums slims required for the next nexttwo nexttwo nextw
two t w years ye r5 was so large largeThe Iar largeThe e eThe
The federal tEUleraItipprb1rJation expropriation he re reminded tCmInded reinded ¬
minded m inded the t th l legislators le isll o was w s fixed fi ed that thatLs thatii
Ls i n a certain certJIlnall altowarfcewas aihiwttneO wl e wag made each eachyeaF eachta1 eachtat
yeaF y tat < regardless of attendance The at att atL atndance
t L ndance ha Itlllncreas bad < l increased fd 40 per p r cent dur during during durag ¬
ing l ag the past ptS pps two years yearsonnd and it was only onlyair
fair f air to beliave beiievetbat that 1905 and 1906 19O would wouldree wouldree wouldee
ree ee a proportionate growth He set setforth setforth sStorth
forth f fs statistics ft tIstfcs showing thatuJand thatuJandt that land landsupported landupported
upported t s fi ft > colleges that is industrial industrialinstitutes industrIalinstitutes industrialnstitutes
institutes i supported support d in part by the th in interest interest inerest ¬
terest t on stbte land lundlund fund investments investmentswere investmentsere
were t ere under undertra extra expenses Q pnses of main maintenance moIntenunc maltsenttne ¬
tenance tenancepays t enttne
pays ays Gymnasium Is Needed NeededOne NeededOne NeededOne
One of or o the serious needs n ds of the in institute Institute In1itut ¬
stitute s 1itut Wag a a largearmory larse largeurmoryand urrnor1 and a gym gymnasium gymnasium gymaslum ¬
nasium n He recomrneiiaad rc d joint jointbuilding jointbuildIng jointuilding
building b fdr military mUitaoand and gymnasium gymnasiumpurposes gy1hnaslumpurpose gydmasiumurposes
purposes p War order Qrdel1Io No 60 he stat stated 3tated statd ¬
ed e d was being violated vIbl t d oeciiusc be < > tius of lack lackof lackof lackf
of o f facilities The government requires requiresthat requireshat
that t at least 100 cadets be trained in incolleges fl flolleges
colleges cotl c ges Binlilaf sIirt1J rto 10 tliU h Lt at Logan Loganwhile Loganwhile Loganwhile
while there wdre w r aVpresent facilities facilitiesfor facilitiesor
for f or training trainingouly only SO Those regularly regularlyentitled regularlyentitled regularlyntitled
entitled e to military instruction num numbered numbered flUfllerod ¬
bered b erod 196 196All 196AU 196All
All that we desire said President PresidentKerr Presl6entKerr PresidentKerr
Kerr In concluding hIs is fair treat treatment treatment treatmerit ¬
ment at the hands of the legislature legislatureand
and a nd I can an assure you yo that the author authorities authoritIes authorties ¬
ities i of the college will use us the ap appropriation approprIation apropriatiori ¬
propriation p asked along 1ong the dines lIne in intended Inteiidtd InefidCd
tended t efidCd In the th event of the institutes institutesfounding int1tuteSounding s sCoun
founding Coun f < llng Over 700 students are areawaiting areawaiting nr nrwaiting
awaiting a the treatment to be accorded accordedthem accordedthem accordedhem
them t by the legislature legislaturePresident logislatucPresident legislaturePresident
President Love Speaks SpeaksFollowing SpeaksFollowing SpeaksFollowhtg
Following hearty heart applause Mr Mc McCornick 1cCornick McCorniok
Cornick IntroaujJCd IntroaU d President Presld ntS S H HLove HLOe HLove
Love df the somite 5 rt te Who ho opened a abrief arief
brief b rief address agdre s by extending ext ndinf his thanks tJ tbaikso It1s It1sto
to t o the girls df r Ihe th them Somestie If1eshc estic science scf ne de d dpartment 00partment
partment for or the splendid 51 > lcndid reception receptiongiven receptiongiven receptiongiven
given the visitors Senator Love held heldthe heldthe heldhe
the t he attention of the room with a few fewapt fewpt
apt a pt stories What What the faculty and stu students students students ¬
dents of tho institute i were awaiting i
however came when Senator Love de declared declared tiedared ¬
clared that he stood uCor for a liberal ap appropriation appropri appropriation ¬
propriation propri tion He e pledged his support supporti
to t o the aid ld anT an development d lcjpment Of thai thaiAgricultural the theAgricultural theAgricuittirat
Agricultural college colle coliee e The Institution Institutionhad institutionhad I Ihad
had made great strides and it was the theduty thedulY theluty
duty c of the state to advance to the theIolnt thepoint
point it had reached reachedSpeaker reachedSpeaker reachedSpeaker
Speaker Hull of the house of rep representatives repres representatives ¬
resentatives res ntaties said In part partThe partThe partThe
The question of appropriating funds fundssufficient fundssufficient fundsufficient
sufficient s for the Agricultural college collegei
to t o carry carryon on its work ork for Qr the th next two twoyears twoyears twoyears
years is a most serious problem for forthis forthIs forhis
this t legislature We reo want to keep the thelight thelight theight
light l of education burning If there thereis theres
is I s one thing in this state toward which whichwe whIchwe whichwe
we should exercise a liberal spirit in inthe inthe inthe
the matter of appropriations a propri tions it Is the theAgricultural theAgrlculturolconege theAgricultural
Agricultural Agrlculturolconege college of the state I Iwant Iwant Iwaht
want to say here that the tli officers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the college need n ed not fear but that they theywill the thewIll theyvIhl
will be given fair treatment and re receive recehe receIve ¬
ceive justice at the hands of the legis legislature legislature legisature ¬
lature l The Th sentiment enUm nt I find te In Infavor inavo infavoC
favor avo of giving their petition for a aliberal aJiberal aiberal
liberal l appropriation apPIOprf tlo 1 a fair square squaredeal squaredoal squaredeal
deal
Other OtherSpeakers J Speakers Give Views ViewsChairman ViewsChairman ViewsChairman
Chairman W M McCrea of the house housecommittee house housecommittee housecommittee i
committee on education and art spoke spokeof spokeof
of the surprise and gratification of ofmany ofman ofmany
many man of the members including him himself him5elr himself ¬
self at the showing made by the tb in institute institute intitute ¬
stitute in its different departments
Such an institute deserved recognition
In the way of state appropriations and andhe andhe andhe
he stood ready tosupport to support such a claim claimIn claimIn claimTa
In presenting views In harmony with withthose withthose withthose
those of other speakers favoring fa vodng lib liberality 1ibrallty libraIIty ¬
erality in the th matter of an appropria appropriation ¬
tion for the Agricultural college Sena Senator Senator Senatot ¬
tor Simon Bamberger made one of the thehits thehits thehits
hits of the day capturing his hearers hearersat
at the outset with an account of a adram ar adrram
dram r am he had had regarding junkets Ujunketsby junketsby
by the legislature The dream was so sointerpreted sointerpreted sointerpreted
interpreted by b the speaker as to indi indicate indlcate mdicate ¬
cate that in the minds of the legisla legislators Jegislators legislators ¬
tors 1 a trip to Logan was more to be beappreciated beappr beapprqciated
appreciated appr clated than a junket to Los An Angeles Anceles Angeles ¬
geles gelesAlthough celesAlthough gelesAlthough
Although one of the big men pres ¬
ent Senator5 S6l Serpttbr tbJ Bambergers TI1 tgers dearth att aath of ofheight ofd ofltOighttd
height ltOighttd ld d to popular call tiller h hhad he heh heimidarisen
had h l imidarisen d arisen from his soat Cat to stand UP UPThe uPrhe upThe
The Josh Was so insistentthai Insistent that he heforced was wasforced
forced to climb onto a chair from fromwhich tromwhich fromwhich
which position he had a fair show to tooverlook tooverlook
overlook moat pf r the others present presentThe presentThe
The Thescnntor senator won rOn a hand h ndtQm from the theston theo tiltyoung
young o ng women students by hIs expres expres expresa6n
8 ston a6n 1 that they were good to look lookuiiQn lookuitQn
uiiQn upon
What Joseph Dreamed DreamedK0pr Dreamedepraontative Dreamed111OpSentattve
epraontative K0pr > eentatlye Harry Joseph was wasintroduced waslntrothiOeiI wasntrodti
introduced ntrodti e as the only Joseph by byChairman byChairmnn byChairman
Chairman McCornick The only onlymade onl onlmade onlmade
made one of thebest received addresses addressesof
of the afternoon aft rnoon coming as it did frqm frqma fronn
a representative whose efforts effor thus far farhfive fttrb6e fltrluive
hfive been b en to hold tight the state purse pursestrings pursetUrings purseStrings
strings stringsWhen tUringsVhen StringsWhen
When I was appointed a member membercf membertIthe
cf tIthe the wvays ays and means committee he hesaid besfd e eSbd
said Sbd I was asnt ut first somewhat puzzled puzzledi
i wondered what it ine meant nt After some someconsideration someonsidom1T sometonsideraffon
consideration n I came to the conclusion conclusionthat conclusionthat conclusiollthat
that it meant that the state would sup supply suppi supply ¬
ply pi the means and we the ways to toatfend toend tothem
atfend end them themMr themMr themldr
Mr Joseph Jos ph then went on to state that thathe thathe thathe
he was Iq iavor favor of anything that would wouldbenefit wouJdbEnefitthe wouldbenefit
benefit bEnefitthe the agricultural interests of the thestate theItat thestate
state and if to do this an appropriat appropriattlon approprlation appropriation
tion was needed for the college he hestood hestood bestood
stood ready read recommend to It IL He also alsosprung alsosprung alsosprung
sprung u do dream which he 1 lz had had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the previous night He pictured him himself himSel himself ¬
self Sel in the dream presauUng pteS uttng a bill for fora
a n larsre appropriation for the college collegesenators coU collegeSubsi4uently g gSubs
Subs Subsi4uently ucnf1 h he had wnne5sadeiht witnessed elghteCn elghteCnsenators n nonators
senators with wUhrUIcs rifles shooting holes in inthe inthe Inthe
the measure He left his hi hearers to toInfer to1nrerthat toInferthat
Infer 1nrerthat that provided pro protId ld d the senate sen t was waswiljin wasWJmn waswiilln
wiljin a bill presented p ese1tled in the house housewould housewould housewould
would certainly roolnJ pass the la Inooslatur Inooslaturrrolding laeslatureproviding slaturo slaturoproviding1
providing for a large appropriation appropriationRepresentative appropriaUonRlpresentaUe appropriationRepresentative
Representative F K Fishburn the thelower the10cr
lower house orator spoke at length on onthe onthe
the hospitable reception which the citi citizens eitiens citlzeus ¬
zeus ens of Logan and the Agricultural Agriculturalcollege Agriculturalonege Agriculturaleollcge
college members had given their via visitors valtors viaitors ¬
itors The educational plan of the th uni university un1ersit unlversity ¬
versity ersit he praised as practical prepa preparation prep prepration prepration ¬
ration for life He assured the fac faculty facUIt faculty ¬
ulty UIt that no fear need be entertained entertainedlliat entortainedtJi entertainedthat
that tJi t justice would be done the institu institution InstitutiOn instltuthIn ¬
tion hone one of the grandest and greatest greatestin
in the th state stateSenator sUlteSenator stateSenator
Senator T C Callister spoke briefly brieflyof brie brieof
of the efficiency of the training pr prvlflofl pro proviSed I
vlflofl it its value lit preparing students studentsfor studentslor I Ifor
for the practical duties of life the abil ability abiIity ability ¬
ity of the faculty facult and the thefideUly fidelity of the thebeard thebeard theboard
beard Of f trustees He pledged his sup support support ¬
port to the institutie institutieAttorney mstltutleAttorney mnstitutieAttorney
Attorney General M L A Br Breedon Breedonca11ed Br2ed6ucalled edon edoncalled
called attention in the course eout of f his hisaddress hsaddress hisaddress
address to the fact that while the needs needsof needsor needsof
of the Agricultural college were press pressing pressiTg presslrg ¬
ing other institutions throughout the thestate thestnte tilestate
state were crying for aid aldalfo also The Thecourse Thecourse Thecourse
course of the legislature he believed believedshould believednould believedsb
should sb uld be to cut c f ott some of the oilier oilierappropriations olh otherappropriations r rapproprlatlons
appropriations rathsr than let the re requirements reQuirements r rquirements ¬
quirements of the Logan cOllege go gounanswered gounanswered gounanswered
unanswered because be auBe of Insufficient Insufficienttunds Jn Insufficienttunds tiffic1ent tiffic1entunds
tunds He expressed his gratification gratificationat
at the th Improvements hnpro mcn13 which had been beenmade bEenmade beenmade I
made about aboutthe the college since inoe the terri territorial territorial terntonal ¬
torial legislative session of 1S97 The Theprogress TheIrogret6 Theprogress
progress should shou1dbe be a source of pride prideand prideand prideand
and gratitude e to the citizens citiz ns of Utah UtahHe DUthHe UtahRe
He found satisfaction in the able man manner manJler man11cr ¬
ner in which President Kerr had pre presented prescnted preseated
seated the cas for His institution institutionTALKING InstitutionTALKING institutionTALKING
TALKING FOR LOWIRRATES LOWIRRATESSecretary LOWER RATES RATESSecretary RATESSecretary
Secretary Taft Trying to Induce Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress to Revise Philippine PhilippineTariff PhilippineTarijf PhilippineTariff
Tariff TariffWashington TarijfWashington TariffWashington
Washington Feb 4 4Secretary Secretary Taft Taftwas Taftwas Taftwas
was heard by the house committee on ohways onways onways
ways and means today in fiivof of a arevision ar6yislon aravigion
revision of o the Philippine Phl1lp lne tariff Shed Shedulos Shedules Shedulos
ulos were presented having been pre prepared p ppared propared ¬
pared by b the Philippine commission commissionand commissionand
and subsequently submitted < l to confer conference conferenec conferonce ¬
once between the commission comllli5s on and the thesecretary thesecretar tilEsecretary
secretary of war Colonel Colon l Edwards Edwardschief idwartIchief
chief of the insular bureau of the th war wardepartmentv wardepartment wardepartment
department preceded preced d Secretary Taft Taftin Taftin
in discussing the question He said saidthe saidthe saidS
the present Philippine tariff might be beconsidered beconsidered beconsidered S
considered an 1825 per cent tariff tariffwhile tarlrfwhile tariffwhile
while the proposed revision would wouldmake wouldmake I Imake
make It about a 20 per cent tariff tariffThe tariffThe tariffThe
The revision however could not be beconsidered beconsidered hrconsidered
considered as an increase all along alongthe alongthe alon
the line as many articles had been beenchanged beenchanged I
changed from a specific duty dut to an anadvalorem anadvalorem am amadvalorem I
advalorem duty and in these cases re reductions reductIons reductions ¬
ductions generally had been made No Notable Notable Notable ¬
table instances of decreases de < re scs are in inmachinery inmnchinery ii 1 1machinery
machinery mnchineryThe
The necessity for the revision was wasstated Wit Witstated wastated C
stated by Secretary Taft to be two twofold twofold twofold ¬
fold First to admit at a lower duty dutyto dutyto dut r rto
to the islands isl nd8 of articles necessary neC6 8aIj to totheir totheir tc tctheir
their development and second the theproduction theproduction t tproduction
production of an 1liwreesed increased revenue revenueTho revenueThe revenueThe
The tariff applies alike to all coun countries countries countries ¬
tries triesThe triesThe triesThe
The committee took no action actionMr adionlIr actionNr
Mr Clark of Missouri asked why free freetrade freetrade frettrade
trade could not be established and the therevenues therevenues I Irevenues
revenues to operate the government de ¬
rived tl ed from local taxation The stud studswerwas ansiver n nswcr
swerwas swcr was that the th people weretoop wer too Peol poor poorto oi oito i ito
to be burdened with internal taxes ti tisuch tisuch tisuch
such an extent also that tliejr the wen wenaccustomed welln
accustomed n cust1m d to supportthe governnunl governnunlthrough governmentthrough
through tariff tar ift duties which wh h being a aindirect al alindirect alindirect
indirect tax was not onerous onerousReferring onerousReferring i
Referring to the treaty treat between tin tinUnited theCnited tiltUnited
United States and Spain ceding th thj the is isi Islnnd
j I lands to this government goopmm nt a protriaios JJlOovl81olor
j of which makes each country count ahan ahanMr sheitalike
I alike in n any prefereitIai > > retere tthd tarIff 18Jte 18JteMr rMeMr
Mr Williams of Mississippi l Rsl ppl oliserr obs obseedthat d dtl < l lthat
that tl at In It his opinion the supreme court courtIf C courtit urt urtJe
If It t should ever pass pa s on till this treaty treatywould trC8t trC8twould treetywould
would declare it unconstitutional le leview 11vIew Itview
view of this belief beli f he suggested thai thaithose thaIthose thaithose
those articles whieh the Philippines btu btuin bUJIn bu3iii
in this country which he said sa dwr dwre w < r rvery rvery <
very e few in number should b be plafd plafdon
on the free list listIn UstIn listIn
In answering a further question bj bjMr b bMr byMr
Mr Clark Secretary Taft skid s a1d id that thatthe thatthe thatth
the th expensesof expenees of the Philippine govern governmetit governmeat oel1l oel1ll1lent
meat were much mU ft creltr reftt reitter r u ude udetcan d o Amwi Amwican tmeri tmerican
can than undo Spanish rule iv A con considerable e eonsiderable < < > n nderable ¬
siderable portion ortion of ott1e the revenue un UI uatjez uatjezSpain tei teiSpain I ISpain
Spain was derived from a poll tax eat collected eatlected cdllected ¬
lected alike on men women aid chil children ehlldren cliiidren ¬
dren A tariff also was as imposed imposedSecretary ImposedSecretar imposedSecretary
Secretary Secretar Taft called attention to tb tbopium thopIum tbopium < <
opium schedule in the proposed propoae tarifl tariflmeasure t tarilmeasure r1fI r1fImeasure
measure and said it was an important importantmatter importantmatter importantmatter
matter to the th Islands The dutyon dutyonopium dutonopium duty on onopium
opium is raised about 25 per cent and andprovision andprovision andprovision
provision made for complete control ot otthe otthe otthe
the drug by the Philippine PbiUp lne conwnisaton conwnisatonAt
At present the annual revenue from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the drug in the islands is 858000 1 OOOO OOO and andthe andthE andthe
the secretary sett lary said Id he was afraid the theFilipinos theFlllplnO5 theFilipinos
Filipinos were becoming becomin addicted to the thguse thet8e thevse
use of opium to souse ext extent t Be said saidGovernor aid aidGovernor
Governor Wright favored a high bl lt license liccneafor Ucen licensefor e efor
for three years ears instead of a government governmentmonopoly governmentmonopoly gosernmefltmonopoly
monopoly but that neither vf r rplans these theseplans theseplans
plans could prevail without legislation legislationby leislatiollby
by b congress congressSecretary congressI congressSecretary
I Secretary Se reta Tuft continued onUnu d his detailed dotailedexplanation do detailedexplanation 11ed 11edexplanation
explanation of the changes in the Phil J W1 ¬
ippine tariff during an anaflerrioon afternoon pas passion asSlon sosslon ¬
Slon of the committee The committee committeeAvill e ewlU evi11
Avill consider the bill later in extputire extputiresession e exrjmztlveSeasion tQUtle tQUtlesession
session
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HOPE ABANDONED ABANDONEDParis ABANDONEDP ABANDONEDPans
Paris P lls Feb 4 IThe The appointment appo1ntlft At oC oCLieutenant o oLieutenant ofLieutenant
Lieutenant Llneard to be naval aUacttt aUactttat attacheat C Cat
at St Petersburg succeeding 8ne Ing Lieuten Lieutenant Lieuteant LieuLesrant ¬
ant DeCuivervilie who has not teenheard teen bitenheard
heard from since he left P Prt rt Arthur Arthurin
in August last with Lieutenant Lleut utJtG Gugen Gugenheim Gilgenhelm 1g n nheim
heim the German G rman attache lndtet Indl Indieatrthe Indieatrtheabandonment atorth atorthabandonment srthr srthrabandonment < >
abandonment of all hope of finding th thattache t tattache the theattache
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LOGGERS LOG ERS ON STRIKE STRIKEEureka STRKEEureka STRIKEEureka
Eureka Cal Feb 4 Fiftymen 4Fin UTtlaem UTtlaemPloyod em employod m mployod
ployod at Pinkertons logging camp < en enthe In rt rtthe
the Elk river have walked out on onstrike ontStrike ottstrike f
strike leaving their tools in the tl1ewoods tl1ewoodsThe woods wooesThey woodsThey
They The object to a new ruling agreed agreedupon agroedupon agreedupon
upon by the lumbermen of this county countyto oouutYto
to charge 15 for board More trouble troubleis
is feared in other camps The men are arenot arenot arenot
not unionized unionizedSALVATION unionizedSALVATION unionizedSALVATIONARMY
SALVATION SALVATIONARMY SALVATIONARMYLEADERS ARMY ARMYLEADERS ARMYLEADERS
LEADERS SUICIDE SUICIDEReno
Reno Nv N Feb 4 4Geo1g George > Beau Beauohamp Beauhamp Beauthamp
ohamp < one of the leading If > officers of ofthe orthe oftime
the Salvation SRIati SalvationArmy nAomy Army of this city com committed eomITitted corniritted ¬
mitted suicide sui < ide tonight by taking takingstrychnine takingstrchnine takingstrychnine
strychnine In the presence pr sence of his wife wifeand wifeand lC lCand
and two young children Beauchamp Beauchamphad
had been be n In ill health for some time timeNO timep4o
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NO PROSPECT OF PEACE PEACEKumor PEACERumor PECEBumor
Rumor of Efforts in That Direction DirectionDenied DirectionDenied DirectionDenied
Denied Strongly at London Londonand Londonand W Wand
and Berlin BerlinBerlin BerlinBerlin f
Berlin Feb 4 IThe The London report roportthat r reportthat port portthat
that Emperor William considers consld rs tills tillsan tltlsan thisan
an opportune mom hWnnt nt for Great Gr t Britain Britainpeacein BritainI Britairtand
I and Germany to join In an effort tor torpeace or orpeacein
peacein peace in the far east Is treated by the theforeign thefor theforeign
foreign for lg t office here as g being merely m rely avariation a avariation t tvariation
variation of an old phantasy quite quitewithout quitewithout quitewithout
without semblance of foundation Rus Russia RussIa Rimsin ¬
sia has given no intimation that she shedesires sh shde2lres shdesires
desires peace and it is deemed here hereimpossible hereImpossible hereImpossible
impossible that Germany German should advise advisepeace advisepeaco advisepeace
peace without an invitation from both bothbelligerents bothbeIUgerents bothbelligerents
belligerents The realities r raiiti s of o the situ situation situation situation ¬
ation now preclude the European pow powers pG pGrs jieCr5 ¬
ers rs from offering of to mediate as they theydid theydid theydid
did In the case of President Roosevelt Roosevelttwo
two t wo months ago agoIxmdon agoLondon agoIondon
London Feb 4 tThe The foreign forel ft office de declares declares tiedares ¬
clares there is no foundation for the thereport thoreport thereport
report that conferences con renees have taken takenplace takenplace takenplace
place at Berlin between betwC 11 Chancellor von vonBuelow vonBuelow vonBuelow
Buelow and the British ambassador ambassadorSir
Sir Frank Lascelles with the object of ofbringing orbringing ofbringing
bringing about peace between betw en Russia Russiaand Russiaand Russiaand
and Japan The Th officiate here know knownothing knownothing knownothing
nothing of any proposals from either eitherGermany eitherGerman eitherGermany
Germany German Great Britain or elsewhere elsewheresuggesting elsewheresu elsewheresuggesting
suggesting su estfng an effort joint or otherwise otherwiseto
to stop the war J
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