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7 THE HE SALT LAKE HERALD HERALDlIODAY MONDAYFEB MONDAY F FEB B 6 1905
CRIME IN INALLEGHENY INALLEGHENY
ALLEGHENY CITY CITYWoman CITYWt CiTYWoman
Wt Woman Choked to Death a Short Dis Distance Distance ¬
tance I From oin Home H01leBODY HoneBODY
BODY FOUND IN BACK YARD YARDMURDERER YARDI YARDMURDERER I
MURDERER WILL WILL PROBABLY PROB BLY BE BECAUGHT BEC BECAUGHT
CAUGHT CAUGHTPlttsburg C CAUGHTPittsburg UGHT UGHTPlttsburg
Plttsburg Fob 5 5The The dead body bodyof body0C bodyor
of airs John Kirkpatrick was found foundtoday foundto foundtoflay
today to ay In the th back yard of an unoccu unoccupied unocoullcd ¬
pied house at No No9 9 Jackson street Al Allegheny Allegheny ¬
legheny only a short distance from fromher fromher fromheir
her home She had been murdered and andthe andthe andthe
the morgue mor e physician tonigfit stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that the woman had been criminally criminallyassaulted criminallyassaulted
assaulted For the past several months monthsSirs monthslrB
Sirs lrB Kirkpatrick has been living IIV1n at the theresidence theres he here
residence re res ld Idnce nce of Mrs Jennie Scott on Jack Jackson Jackon TacltficJn ¬
son on street with her husband and 18 18monthsold 18monthsold
monthsold babe Last night she took tookher tookher
her baby to her mothers home on Isa Isabella Isabolla Isabolla ¬
bolla street BO o she could attend to mar marketing mark markUng ¬
kUng k Ung Her husband was to meet her herat herat herat
at the Isabella street home at 10 10oclock 10oclock 10oclock
oclock but when she failed to keep keepthe keepthe keepthe
the appointment she started for her herhome herhome herhome
home with her purchases intending to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return for the child childAfter childAtter childAfter
After leaving the street car near her herhome herhome
home she was seen talking to a tall tallman taUman
man wearing a high hat and long over overtoat oyeront overvent ¬
vent < ont A few moments later she he was wasevidently wasevldentl wasevidently
evidently evldentl dragged into Creighton alley alleyv alleyhere
v here she was heard to exclaim Oh Ohdont Ohdont Ohdont
dont Ill do anything you say sayWhen y yVhen
When the body was discovered today at
1 oclock it was found that the woman womanhad womanhad womanhad
had been choked to t death and traces tracesin tracesinthe tracesin
in inthe the snow showed that she had been beendragged beendragged beendragged
dragged twelve feet along ong the alley tothe to tothe tothe
the yard gate and thrown inside insideA
A family at 13 Jackson street str tr et heard heardthe heardthe heardthe
the scunilngand quarreling in the alley alleybut alleybutbe1t1g alleybut
but butbe1t1g being newcomers nJn cumers in the neighbor neighborway neighborhood neighborhood
hood decIded not t to interfere in Inway a1 a1way
way Mrs Kirkpatricks assailant is issupposed ISsupposed issupposed
supposed to be some man who was at atleast atleast atleast
least an acquaintance of hers because becauseduring becauseduring becauseduring
during the evenjng e I1 ng a man answering answeringthe
the description of the man nVsn n a seen se n talk talking talkinS talking
ing to her cabled eale < 1 twice twi e at the Scott Scotthouse ScotthoUie Scotthouse
house and asked d for Mattie the wo womans womas womaua ¬
mans mas first a namej name name and appealed to be bean bean bean
an old ld friend friendThd friendIht friendrtul
Thd Iht police plehave have several scvcral suspects unr unrdor un undo Undot
dot do surveillance sreUance and and will i probably make makearresfs makearrests makearests
arrests before morning morningSuspect morningSUspec orrlng
Suspect spec Arrested ArrestedLate A ArrestedLate rested restedLte
Late Lte tonight the police polee arrested arrest dNor dNorman Nor Norman Norman ¬
man Geyer aboard a abo b rdmarkerln rd marker in a alocal alocalbrokr localbrkcr local localbroker
broker brokr nice and ad are holding him on onthe onthe onthe
the charge charg of murder Developments Developmentsshow
show that Geyer Ge er had been an admirer admirerof admrer admreror
of Mrs 11r Kirkpatrick for several years yearsbefore yearsbefore ears earsbefore
before her marriage and for a time timewas tme tmewas timewas
was the cause of an estrangement be between between betweezi ¬
tween tween Klrkpatrick Klrkpatrlcli and his wife The Thetrouble Thetrouble Thetrouble
trouble had been smoothedover smootheoer and the thecouple theouple thecouple
couple < were living happily happiY together togetherbut togetherbut
but last week Mrs Kirkpatrick it i is issaid isald Issaid
said ald cpm cpjpp1ined plained i ed to her husband husbad that thatGeyer thatG thati
Geyer G i yer er comp waff wag wa annoying anno ing herby h her r by following followingher folowing folowingller followingber
her on the streets and persisting perstng in intalking intalking Intalking
talking talking to her herWhen herVhen herWhen
When arrested ested tonight a bloodstain bloodstainwas i
was found und on Geyers Ge ers overcoat sleeve sleeveand sleeveand i iand
and the knuckles of his right hand handwere handwere I Ivvere
were cut the abrassions abrsslons being such the thephysicians theph thephysicians
physicians ph slcians say as could culd be made by bythe bythe bythe
the sharp shap edge of human teeth teethAs teethAs teethAs
As it i was found that several of the themurdered1 themurder themurder
murdered1 murder d womans teeth had been beenknocked bee beenknocked
knocked knotked out out the police plee believe beleve they theyhave theyhave
have have captured the right man manSee manSe manSee
See Se fac fnc simile simie of o Los Ls Angeles Tlc Telegram Tlcgram TeIcgram ¬
gram on page 5 5PLEASANT 5PLEASANT 5P
a
PLEASANT P FAMILYREUNION FAMILYREUNIONApostle FAMI FAM1LYR YREUNION YREUNIONApo EUNlON EUNlONApotle f
Apostle Apo tle Charles W W Penrose penroscCele penroscCelebrates Cele Celebrates Celebrates ¬
brates SeventyThird Birthday BirthdayThe
The seventythird anniversary of the thebirthday thetjrhday thebirthday
birthday tjrhday of Charles W Penrose was wascelebrated waseelebratcd wascelebrated
celebrated eelebratcd Saturday Saturda evening Feb 4 4ut 4at 4at
at the residence rsIdence of his daughter Mrs MrsMark Mrslark 15 15ark
Mark ark L Whitney WhIthe20 230 South Sout Ninth NinthEast NinthEat NinthI
East Eat I ast street About thirty thirt immediate immediatemembers Immediatemembers immediatemembers
members of the family tamfJ were present presentand presentand presentand
and theoveningr the evening was spent s ent hi i playing playingframes playingamtsand playinggames
frames amtsand and In social scial enjoyments Be Befreshments Te Tefreshments Refreshments
freshments were served sned and afterwards afterwardsn
a musical programme proge was wa rendered renderedThe redered rederedThe renderedThe
The young man m n in whose honor the thefamily theramil thefamily
family ramil reunion was held was wa the live liveliest 1yc 1yc1t liveliest ¬
liest 1t member present presentPYTHJAN presentPYTHJANDECISIONS presentPYTHJAN
PYTHJAN PYTHJANDECISIONS PYTHJANDECISIONSRIchmond DECISIONS DECISIONSRichmond DECISIONSThchmond
Richmond Ind Feb 5 5Chales 5Charles Charles E EShiveley EShiveley EShiveley
Shiveley of this thl city c1lsupreme supreme chancel chancellor chancellor chancelbr ¬
lor of the Knights of Pythias Pthla of the theWorld theVorld thcWorld
World has decided that a member membr who whois whois whcIs
is a bona fide fde hotelkeeper may my person personally personall personally ¬
ally all attend atend his own bar oar conducted in inconnection inUnnection IrA
A connection with w1thuch such hotel business He Healso Healso H i ialso
also decided decidd that that there there is nothing in inthe Inthe itthe
the Pythian P than law law to o prevent prevent the supreme supremechancellor supremehancellQr supremchancelldr
chancellor from holding the oflice o ce of oflecturer ofle ol ollecturer
lecturer le turer r
l
ENifOYtD E N O Yj E D LJFEV LJFEVAS LlFE LlFEAS LIFEI LIFEIASABURGLAR
AS ASABURGLAR ASABURGLARtrange A BURGLAR BURGLARStrange BURGARStage
I
Strange Stage S Story Stor Told by Christopher ChristopherSmith ChristopherSmith
Smith SmithIS Smt SmtIS Smiths
IS I s NOT A PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONALMERELY PROFESIP PROFESSIONALMEREL1Y AL ALRELY
MERELY MEREL1Y RELY STOLE STOLE FOR T TTHE THE THEFIJN N OF OFTHETHINC OFTHEfllINc
THE THETHINC THETHINCNew THEfllINc THEfllINcNew THING THINGNew
New York Feb 5 Christopher Smith Smithot Smithf
ot f Sanrock why is locked locld up at po police polce poice ¬
lice lce l ice headquarters headquar6rs charged ohal ed with wIt being beingthe beng bengthe beinghe
the t he
perpetrator of
many startling rob robberies ro roberips robberlps ¬
beries berips in private residences s within wi ln the thepast thepas thePast
past pas few weeks week made a confession to toActng
Acting Inspector OBrien of
Actng the detec detecive ¬
tive tie t ive bureau today according to a astatement astatement atatement
statement s made by the t1eaer thelatter latter tonight tonight
Smith Smih declared declaed that tmt he bad not notworked notwfrked
worked wprked for plunder but merely for fo the theenjoyment theenjoyment thenjoyment
enjoyment e he got out outot of the excitement cxefem excltembntncident
incident i to the robberies He H confessed eonressedthat
that he had been interested in the ex exploits explois cxploits ¬
ploits plois of western bandits badits and that he
had tried to emulate their example exampleThe exampleThe
The character of Raffles Rmot he declared
had also given oim him ideas ides and he Ie had hadattempted hadatempted hadattempted
attempted atempted to follow folow outthis out this example exampleHe exampleHe exampleHe
He said that it would have h e been the theeasiest theesiest theeasiest
easiest esiest thing In the world for the po poice O ¬
lice Iee l ice to have captured cpture him on various variousoccasions variousoccasIons variousccasions
occasions o but that there had ha been no noattempt noattempt noattempt
attempt made to follow folow him Im after afer he hehad hebad
had left lef the house he entered except exceptIn
In i n one instance intance He declared confident confidently confdent confdently ¬
ly l y that in several severa Instances Instnces he he could couldhave couldhave
have secured scured diamonds and other jew jewels jewels jewels ¬
els had he so chosen and was sure surethat surethat surethat
that he could have gone to any bank bankhi banki bankhi
hi i the city ciy and obtained obtIned whatever he hedemanded hedemanded hedemanded
demanded demandedOne demandedOne demandedOne
One of the crimes crme imputed to him himthat himtbat
that of entering the house of General Gener
Anson G McCook when the generals generalsyoung generalsyoung generarsyoung
young son fired fred on the burglar he e de declared declared deelated ¬
clared he was Innocent of Smith de denied denied deflied ¬
nied absolutely that he had any con confederates confederates ¬
federates and declares decare that he has hasbeen
been working alone aloneBurnetts aloneuets aloneuruetts
c
Burnetts uets Vanilla Vanla Extract Extractis Extact Extactis
is the the best b t The Te grocers grocer know it In Insist Insist Insist ¬
sist on having Burnetts Burets It I is for your our
food tod Pure and wholesome wholesomeNONUNION wholesomeNON wholesomeNONUNION
NONUNION NON UNION MINERS MINERSSTART MINERSSTART MINERSSTART
START DAMAGE SUITS SUITSTuscaloosa SUITSTuscaloosa SUITSTuscaloosa
Tuscaloosa Ala Aa Feb 5 5Twe 5TwesuIts Twentyone Twentyonesuits
suits amouting amoutng to to1 146000 600 have been
filed ffed In the county court here Each Ech of
the suits was for 7000 They were filed fed
by the nonunion miners mineratBr at GBrookwood atBrookwoodsixteen GBrookwoodsixteen okwood okwoodsixteen
sixteen miles mies north of Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosaagainst Tuscaloosaagnst Tuscaloosaagainst
against agnst the United Unie Mine Workers of
America Am rlca district No 20 of that or orgaizaton organization
jranization gaizaton and the local organization
orgnizaton orgnizatonthere
there The plaintiffs plantfs allege alege that during
the month of October last lar the local or organization organizaUon organization
ganization made a demand upon the
Alabama Alabma Consolidated Consoldated Iron and upn Coal Coalcompany Coalcompan Coalcompany
company to dismiss from fom their mines minesall minesal minesall
all al nonunion workers declaring that if Ifthe
the company should fail to grant gnt their theirrequest theirtequet theirrequest
request tequet a strike would be the result resultand resul resultand
and that on account of heavy heaY contracts contractswhich cntracts cntractswhich contractswhich
which the company was compelled cmpeled to tofU tofill
fill fU knowing that a strike would great greatly greatly ¬
geat geatJ
ly J retard their output they the were ere com compelled compelled cornpelled ¬
pelled to act as the union miners miner de demanded demand demended ¬
mended mand d They allege alege that from this thisreason thIsr thisreason
reason r reason ason on Nov No 10 they te were turned turnedout turnedout turnedout
out of their homes homs and many man of f them themdeprlvcd themdeprived
deprived of the bare necessaries of oflfe
life lifeMANY lfe lfeMANYLONDON lifeMANYLONQQN neesares
MANY MANYLONDON LONDON SINNERSSEEKING SINNERS SINjJERSSEEKINGSALVATION
SlllERS
SEEKING SEEKINGSALVATION SEEKINGSALVATIONLonddfl SALVATION SALVATIONLondon SALVA fON fONLond
London Lond n Feb5 Feb 5Tle 5TJiC The American Amerien evan evangelists vangeIlsts ¬
gelists g lst hadone had ne df f the th most successful successfulmeetings succesful succesfulu succeSsfulineetinga Qan Qang
meetings u etngev ever r held helc he1 in i1 London Lndon Lqrd
Klnnacaid Knnacald expressed exre sed himself as de ¬
lighted with wih the results resuls Thousands Thousand of ofpeople ofp ofpdople
people p ople collected col ted outside Albert hall hal
hours before the openingof opening of the meet ¬
ing An A enormous enorous number numbr were turned turnedaway turnedawa turnedaway
away awa At the close elos of the meeting meetng 200 200persons 300perons 00 00persons
persons perons made mde public puble confessions The Theaudience Theaudience Theaudience
audience included Dr T J T Barnard Barnardthe Barnardthe Barnardthe
the philanthrophist phi nthrophist and many well wellknown
known knwn clergymen clergymenWIRE cergymen cergymenWIRE clergymenWIRE pan wel
WIRE PRODUCTS GO UP UPPittsburg UPPftburg UPPittsburg
Pittsburg Pftburg Feb 5 5The The American
Steel Wire company at Homestead
have announced an advance of 1 1 a ton tonon tonn
on bn n all al their products prduct Including wire and andwire andwire andwire
wire products It I is reported that tlat an anadvance anadvance anadvance
advance in the price of tin plate will willalso willalso
also als be made this Week WeekRUMOR WeekRUMOR weekRUMOR wI
RUMOR WAS FALSE FALSEWashington FALSEWashington FALSEWashington
Washington Feb S LTho The To German emj ern
bassy tonight tOllght upon uon receipt of a cable e ¬
gram m from frm the to home government author ¬
ized the statement staement that there had not
been even so much muc as an exchange of
Ideas between the Berlin and London gov go ¬
ernments emment regarding the ending of the war
In the te far cast cst r
J
1 Two LEGS FOR FORTHE FORTHR FORTHE
THE PRICEOF PRICE OF ONE ONEfThat ONEtThat ONEJThat
tThat fThat about ex expresses expresses expresses ¬
presses the pant pan Yfear Yfeargains 1r4 1r4I r rI
I gains gaDS a at t this t is shop S 1 1we this thisweek thisweek
week we k Great GreatdolI1Igs GreatdolI1Igssure doings doingssure
sure enough The Thepripe T Theprice e epri
pripe pri price e of every pair of ofpants ofpants ofpants
pants in the th shop has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen >
been cut onefourth onefourthNow onefourthN onefourthNowifyou
N Now Nowifyou ow if you wearpants wear wearpants
pants GET BU BURrcMARPs BUS BUSJCARDSON BUSY BUSYRICHARDSON
RICHARDSON JCARDSON N Ar ADAMS ADAMSA JDMS JDMSA Ms Msr
S
A CLOTHES SHOP FOR FORAt FO MEN MENAt iEN iENAt r
At The Sign Signof sip
I THIS THISMAIN 7HISI
I of the t th Toir F Pout
11 I 2 MI MAIN STREET STRE STREf
4
f c t
REVOLUTION IS PRACTICALLYCRUSHED PRACTICALLYCRUSHEDa PRACTICALLY CRUSHED CRUSHEDGovernment CRUSHEDGovernment
a
Government of Argentina Argentla in No Danger of f Being Overturned Overturnedtfy Overturnedly
tfy ly the Radical Junta Several FJioters FJiotersKilled BiotersKilled
Killed Kled at Buenos Ayres
n UENOS UENbS AYRES AYES Feb ieb5In 5 5In In attacks attackson attacksD
B D on on police polee stations sttons Saturday morn morning morning mornIng ¬
ing several rioters were killed killedabout kied kiedabut killedabout
about abut thirty thlrt were injured and txventy fc ten tenfive
five fye arrested Order has been com completely completely cornpletely ¬
pletely restored retored and and today tody the city citypresents ciy ciypresent citypresents
presents present a normal no mal aspect aspectExPresident aspect aspectExPresident
ExPresident Roca has telegraphed telegraphedPresident telegraphedPresidelt telegraphedPresident
President Presidelt Quintana offering oferinS his aid for forthe forthe or orth
the th restoration restoraton of order orderThe order orderThe orderThe
The province prInce of Santa Sant Fe is reported reportedtranqui reportedtranquil i itranquil
tranquil tranquilWith tranqui tranquilWith
With Wih a view to avoiding bloodshed bloodshedthe bloodshedthe
the government has sent a sufficiently sufficientlylrge mmcienUyllJge ufl1clentlyltge
lrge llJge force to Mendoza I ndoz and Cordoba to toabsolutely toabsolutely toabsolutely
absolutely overpower the revolution revolutionaries revolutin revolutinaries revolutionaries ¬
aries It I is hoped the latter later will wi be b bforced bforced j
forced to surrender without wihout fighting fghtng
There are 5000 500 men marchingon marching on these thesetwo tb thesetwo e etwo
two towns by different dIferent routes routesThe rute routesThe
The revolution rvoluton being practically prctcaly prctcalycrushed practicallycrushed j
crushed the government has annulled annulledthe annule annuIledthe
the decree calling calng out the te reserves reerves reervesAl reservesAlt j
All Al the newspapers newspaper here strongly stronglycondemn stronglYcondemn stronglycondemn
condemn the revolutionary revolutonary movement moyementBUen09 movementThuenos I IBuenos
Thuenos Buenos Ayres A res Feb 4 4played Delayed in intransmission intransmissfonlfutnous IntransmissionMutinous
transmission transmissfonlfutnous transmissionMutinous Mutinous troops from fromSan tromSan fromSan I
San Lorenzo have attacked Rosario Rosario Rosariowith Rosariowithout
without with ut success They were obliged oblged to toretire toreUre teretire
retire General teneral Bonavides with wlh gov government iov iovernment ¬ i
ernment reinforcements reinforc ments of 3000 men Jo Jomment is isexpected isexpected Isexpected
expected to arrive arhe at Rosario today toda todaGoernment todayf todayfGovernment
Government troops trops drawn from fromTucamen fromTucamen fromTucamen
Tucamen and San Juan are marching
in Mendoza to reestablish reestblsh order orer there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The governor of the province of Men Mendoza Mendoza Mendoza ¬ t
doza is said tid to be a prisoner prfon r in the thehands thelandsof thehands j
hands landsof of the insurgents insurgentsThe insurent insurgentsThe
The committee declaring declaIng the revolu revolutionary revolutonal revolutionary ¬
tionary tonal movement is said sad to be estab established establshed established ¬
lished lshed at Cordoba The members membr of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this committee commitee are radicals ra Icals Pedro Me Melina Melina Ie IeIna
lina Ina Dr Crotto Delfor Delvalle Dehale and andI
I Colonel M 1 Mlrtinirgeya Mtrtnirgeya The night
Louisville LoulsYIc Ky K Feb 5 51n 5In In a commu communication com comrnuflioation u unlaaUon ¬
nication to the CourierJournal Milton MiltonH lIht lIhtH
H Smith president of the Louisville LouisvilleNashville Louisvie Louisvieashle LouisvilleNashville
Nashville railroad characterizes characterfzeJ
ashle rairoad as er ¬
roneous Speaker Cannons
reported reported state ¬
ment that when the interstate commerce
commission was created creted everybody eer bod sup
posed it I had the power to make rates rtes
and says the error Is due to mlsrepre misrepresentaUons
I I sentatlons senttons of the commission itself 11lr
Mr Smith Smih quotes extensively extenively from frm the
Congressional Record and shows that the thesenators
senators senator and representatives representatves including IncludlnJ includ log
the champions of tho measure In both
houses repeatedly repeated 1 explained that It did didnot didnot
not attempt atempt to confer any ratemaking
power aJdhe and he also quoted from early
decisions of the commission to show that
it I did n 1 first assume to have that thatpower thatpower thatpower
power lm Il lruead ead ad of ot the tle alleged alffcd universal universalacquiescence universalacquiescence universalacquiescence
acquiescence In the existence < of the rate ratemaking ratee rateln ratemaking
making ln power he heel el in the commission li lorsslr lorsslrFIIAN Presi ¬
dent e Smith J declares a that Yr in 18S9 the theFIJJAN theT
FIJJAN FIIAN 7 7THERE FIRE WALKERS WALKERSHERB I
T
THERE HERB may be seen in the National Nationalmuseum Xatomd Xatomdn1useum Nationalmuseum
T museum an ordinary ordina prosaic prosaiclooking prosaielooking prosaiclooking
looking stone stonevhih which probably es escapes escapes escapes ¬
capes the attention aUe1ton of most of the thevisitors theIslors
visitors Islors and yet et which represents repreents the thequestion thequesion thequestion
question quesion as to whether there may not notexist notexist notexist
exist In some Quarters of the the world worldsomething worldsomething worldsomething
something like lke likeaetual actual bona fide fde witch witchcraft wich wichcf witchcraft ¬
craft cf says sS the Washington Vahington Post PostProfessor PostProfessor
Professor Langley himself hlmseJ brought broughtthis broughtthis
this stone with wih him after having wit witnessed wi witnessed ¬
nessed the marvelous spectacle of na natives no nntivee ¬
tives of the Fiji Islands walking bare barefoot barefoot barefoot ¬
foot over whitehot whlehot stones and coming comingout comingout comingout
out of the ordeal unscathed The pro professor professor prolessor ¬
fessor in describing the the th incident incdent said saidI aid aidI
I saw the snectacle of fire fre walking walkingin
s1ectacle
in Tahiti Tahit The essential essental question quesion as asto asto asto
to the actual heat of the tie stones had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not then th n been satisfactorily saUsCactoriy answered answeredand answ answeredand < red redand
and after afcr the four passages pasages I secured securedPapaItas securedPapaIas securedPapaItas
PapaItas PapaIas the principal performer performerpermission perforer perforerpermIssion performerpermission
permission to remove from the middle middleof middleo middleof
of o the pile ple one stone which from its itssize is issize itssize
size and position positon every evel foot had rested restedupon restedupon restedupon
upon In crossing crossing and which was un undoubtedly undoubtedly Undoubtedly ¬
doubtedly at least as hot as any of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the others trodden on It I was pulled pulledout puled puledout pulledout
out by my assistants with wih difficulty difculy I Ihad Ihad Ihad
had brought brught over the largest lar est wooden woodenbucket woodenbucket woodenbucket
bucket which the ship had and which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was half filled fled with water The stone stonecaused stonecaused tonecaused
caused the water to rise nearly to the thetop thetop
tle tletop
top of t the bucket bucKetand and It I was thrown throwninto throW1 throwliinto
into such suchiolrt violent viold t ebullition cbulton that a great greatdeal Seat Seatdeal greatdeal
deal of it boiled boleQ over and escaped escapedweighing escapedweIghig escapedweIghlng
weighing weIghig The The Thestone stone was was an exceed cceed cceedIn exceedingly ¬
ingly In iy bad b d conductor c < nductor of heat for it itcontinued I itcontinued
continued contnued to boil boi the water wfter for abouttwelve about abouttwelve abouttwelve
twelve minutes when the ebullition ebullitionbeing ebulton ebultonbeing ebullittoiibeing
being nearly over it i was removed to tothe tothe
the ship I
stone was as found to weu weigi eig six sixtyilve
tyllve ltvc pounds I brought this piece of ofit ofIt ofit
it to Washington Vashingtonwih with me and deter determined determined determined ¬
mined its specific specifc gravity gravit to be 233 233its 2J 2a3Its
its is specific specfc heat 01 013 and its conduc conductivity cooductivity ¬ I
tivity lvly to to be so extremely small that thatone thatone
one end of a small smal fragment could be beheld beheld beheld I
held in the hand while Whi te tbe tlje other oth r was washeated washeated
heated indefinitely IndefnielY in the th name fame of a ablowpipe abiowplpe ablowpipe
blowpipe This partly party defeated dfeated the aim aimof aimof aimof I
of the experiment eXDerlmEnt to find fnd the tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature of Jhe the uPI upper r1p part rt of the thestone thestone thestone
stone since only the mean tempera temperature tempera temperature ¬
ture was founds f foun This t temierature
U 1i mean an tempera temperature mDera mDerature
ture of the hottest hot st stone tone tOneof of the th < upper upperlayer upperlaycr upperlayer
layer as a deduced dedu < ed tom the th data men mentioned mentoned mentioned ¬
tioned toned was about 1200 1200 Fahrenheit FahrenheitThe FahrenheitThe
The temperature temprature at which such stones stonesbegin stonesbeghi stonesbeghi
beghi to show dull dul Ved ed heat h at by day ¬
light lgh IS approximately 1300 110 to 1400 140 de deErrees degre deareas
areas gre s Fahrenheit FahrenheitIn
In other tler words this performance per ormalce of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Fijians Fiians is qyery vcry whit whtts as wonder ¬
ful as a if a mail mai man < put hla his naked feet feetupon feetupon feetupon
upon whitqhot whltehotcoals coals let Jet them remain remainthere remainthere remainthere
there for a a considerable cQnsde1le period for forthe forth forthe
the th fire fre walkers walk r prQ promenade n de back and andforth andforth andforth
forth repeatedly upon the blazing blazingstones bIazinE blazingstoizes
stones and showed not a trace of the theperformance theDcrCormance theDerformance
performance performanceHow DcrCormanceH DerformanceIIv
How H w account for this thisIn thisIn
In fact fa t the theories put forth by byeyewitnesses byeyewitnesse byeyewitnesses
I eyewitnesses eyewitnesse of this modern mira miracle miraclea clc clca
a number of them like lke Professor ProfessorLangley PrCessor PrCessorLngley ProfessorLangley
Langley Lngley trained trah ed scientific sclenttc observers observersare obser r
are almost as a varied vared as so many philo philosophical phto phtosophical phllosophical
sophical systems systemsSome systemsSome systemsSome
Some of these observers observer have con ¬
tented themselves themselve with wih the mere su superficial superfcial superflcial ¬
perficial perfcial remark that tat the stones were werenot werenot weicnot
not as hot as they appeared but Pro ¬
fessor fesorLangles Langleys experiment t has thor thoroughly th thorougliiy r roU ¬
oughly oU hly demonstrated the fallacy falhcJ of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this hypothesis hypotesis Other observers obserers again againadmit agaInadmi againadmit
admit admi the presence of Intense heat and andendeavor andendehvor
endeavor to call cul science to their aidcount aid
In the cObstructon cfltruetIon ot theories to dc dccount ilccount
count for the phenomenon pnenomonop professor Prfe sor
W r F Barrett remarks remarksIf remarksI
If I a whitehot whiehot ball of metal meta Dref Dreferably preferably nrefr nrefrerably
erably of copper be lowered into a avessel acsel atessel
vessel csel of water containing a a little ltte soap
in in solution soluton it will wi enter the water waterwithout waterwihout waterwithout
without wihout any ebullition of steam and andthe andUte andthe
the ball will wi remain whitehot in the thewater thewater thewater
water for a a considerable conslderbl time tme The Theball Thebrl Theball
ball brl In fact fa t does not 10t touch the water waterand waterand ater aterand
and the latter latte remains only slightly slightlywarmed slght slightlywarmed
warmed until unti the temperature temperture of the theball thebal theball
ball bal falls fals below a certain point when wen pen
it comes in contact with the water waterand waterand waterand
and violent v olent ebullition ebulton ensues The phe phenomenon phenomenon phenomenon ¬
nomenon is really renlY Attributable ttrlbutble to tu D re repulslve re repulsive
> pulslve pulslvE force discovered dlsco eret by Sir Wit Wit11am Vl ¬
liam Crookes C okes which 1hlch occurs occur when ben a ahot a ahot
hot body boY isbrought very ver near itoa itoai toa to a acpI
jCQI i cpI A one oM D D1t >
it has sji Jzfi eargpe n argued too to r f > ji Ilia tbat f tnaim tnaimilar q In Inliar
liar plitfrioraeHoii Phd r n Occurs Ocur in incases iqtI cases when whenh ft L
h
service s rYIce on railroads rUroads has been suspended suspendedor
for or th present presentBuenos present presentueno presentBuenos
Buenos ueno Ayres Feb 5 10 p m mwlng Owing
to tote tothe the partial partal interruption interptonof of telegraph telegraphc telegrph telegrphc telegraphand
c c and railway nway service serice precise informa information infora inforaton information ¬
tion ton concerning the insurrectionary insurrectionarymovement Insurectonal insurrectionarlmovement
movement noveclt in the provinces prvinces is Is unobtain unobtainable unobtin unobtinae unobtainable ¬
able ae but the government evidently eidenty is
in possession of of o favorable messages messageswhich mesages mesageswhich messageswhich
which express confidence confdence in the prompt promptsuppression promptsuppresion promptsuppression
suppression suppresion cjf the th outbreak The move movement movement movemeat ¬
ment is now limited lmited to the provinces of
Rosario Rsro Santa Sant Fe Mendoza Coroba Corobaand Corobaand
and southern soutern Buenos Ayres A s and sec sections ae seetIos ¬
tions 1015 south between the Platte Plate river riverand riycrand riverand
and Bahia BahIaBlanca Blanca where it is reported reportedCojonel reportedColonel
Colonel CoJcmel1Iomebele Momembelle commanding commading the thegovernment thegverment thegovernment
government gverment forces fores has inflicted inficted a se severe severe soyore ¬
vere defeat defat on the rebels rebelsPresident rebelsPreident rebelsPresident
President Preident Qulntara Qulntra declares that he hewill hewi hewilt
will wi not interfere between the law and andrevojutlonary andr andrevotptjonary
revojutlonary r ottonar prisoners of whom there thereare thereare thereare
are 300 30 already in the hands of the thegovern lhesoenn thegoveniiient
govern goveniiient goveniiientThe ment mentThe ent entTh
The Th capital ea ital Is entirely enUre tranquil tnqui and andconditions andconditons andconditions
conditions conditons are normal Protest Prtest against againstthe aginst aginsttn againstth
the tn movement movemet is general and fnd prices priceson i ion
on the stock exchahge have been fully fuly fulyl fullymaintained i imaintained
maintained l intained in the belief belef that the out outbreak outbreak outbreak
break will wi be suppressed supprsed within wihIn a n few fewda fewdays
days da The he revolutionary rev lutonar Jaders aders Pien PienC Pier
C Camilo Camlo Camllle CamIe Cretto Creto retto and and Hipollto HipolltoIrigoyen Hipolio HipolioIrlgyen HipolitoIrigoyen
Irigoyen are beln
Irlgyen reported rported as being men menot menof
of no political poltcal influence infuenc but they are areassisted areassisted areassisted
assisted by l a portion prton of the military mlll
forces force which whIc renders the insurrection insurrectionmore immrecton immrectonm insurrectionmore
more m re of a mutiny mutny than a a revolution revolutionParis revoluton revolutonParis revolutionPrl
Paris Feb F 6 GoManuel Manuel Quintana Quintna son sonot sonof
of the president p sIdent of Argentina Argentna has sent senttbe sentthe
the following folowing cablegram to the Figaro FigaroBuenos FIgro FIgroBuenos FigaroBuenos
Buenos Ayres Ayre Feb 5 5Re0It Revolt abor abortive abortve abortive ¬
tive tve OrJer reestablished reertablshc Threats of ofthlsalnsurrection ofthl ofthis
thlsalnsurrection thl this sln tnpurrectloq urectoQ have weighed on the theare th thcuntry thecouftry
cuntry couftry for three years ears The people peopleare eopleare
are now reassured and unanimously unanimouslycondemn unanimouslycondemn unanimouslycondemn
condemn the attempt atempt Public Publc life lfe is in infull irftl infull
the full ftl future tutur activity actvlt Greatest GreatCt confidence confdence In Inthe inthe Inthe
RAILWAY PRESIDENT PRES rOE NT POINTS P PO1NTSOUT PO1NTSOUTSPEAKER INTS OUT OUTSPEAKER OUTI
I SPEAKER CANNONS MISTAKE
courts intimated Intmated that the commission commision had hadno hadno
no such power that in 1S90 18 onfcof on one of the thecommissions thecomrnlssins
commissions commlssl ms most important ratemaking
efforts was as disregarded diszegnrde and no attempt attemptwas atempt atemptwas
was made to enforce enCorc it that In Bill lrl the thepower thepower
power was denied in court that in 1892 1
the commission itself itelf reported that the therailroads therairoads therailroads
railroads rairoads continuing contnuIng to deny the existence existenceof
of the thE power that in il h 1 93 9 3 the Louisville
Louisic Louisicalnle
Nashville alnle denied the power in the first firstratemaking firt firtI firstratemaking
ratemaking order issued against falnst it I which whih
if I enacted would radically radlclJ reduce rates
I from Ohio rirer rv r points point poin to the southeast southeastand southeaqt southeaqtand southeastand
and that this denial was wa upheld in all al alf
the f courts rts Including in the supreme court courtPesident
f in e1 1896 1896President 1896President IUdlnS
President Pesident Smith declares that it I is con conclusively eonclushca ¬
clusively cluslvel established etablshed that congress never
intended to confer on the commission the theratemaking th thrate theratemaking
ratemaking rate making power that the act did not notin notIn notIn
in fact Confer < onf the power pow r and that the thecourts thecpurt
courts cpurt C9urts have uniformly uniforly so decided and
hence that Speaker Speaker Cannons alleged allegedstatement allegedstatement
statement is erroneous erroneousthe erroneous erroneousthe erroneousthe
the human humanhand hand is il ii plungedinto molten moltenmetal molen molenm moltenmCtaI
metal m tal arid instantly Instal ty withdrawn wihdrawn quite quiteunharmed Quiteunharmed quiteunharmed
unharmed owingto owing to the rapid evapora evaporation eyapor ¬
tion ton from the surface durface urf ce of the skin skinwhich skinwhlch skinwhich
which creates create a momentary inomentar protection protectionBut protecton protectonBut protectionBut
But it has been pointed ointed out that such suchexperiments suchexperiments suchexperiments
experiments call cal for momentary ex expoi expo exposures
poi posures ures ure to the heat h at whereas the fire firewalk fre freWalk firewalk
walk lasts a very vel appreciable time timeIt tme tmeIt timeIt
It has been b en furthermore urged that thatchemical thatc thatchemical
chemical c fmkal substances such au h as a the oil oilfrom oi oilfrom
I from r m the fat of the th green 1reen frog pr r the thejuice 11e 11eI thejuice
juice from the aloe aJoeplant plant are ar < em employed emp10ed empioyed ¬
ployed by b the natives natYCf as a protection protectionagainst prtecton prtectonagainst protectionagainst
I against the heat heat Those putting puttng forth forthIbis forthibis
Ibis 1115 explanation explonaton it i may be remarked remarkedhave remarltd remarltdJ remarkedhave
J 1 have ltye never been willing wllng to testify te8tCy to totheir totheir totheir
I their faith fnfh by a practical prctcalexperiment prctcalexperimentin experiment experimentin
in their own proper rop r persons As a amatter amater amatter
matter mater of fact chemical authorities authoritiesmay authoritiesmay
may 1a be quoted as paying tying ying that there is isno Isno isno
no known substance which smeared smearedupon smered smeredupob smearedupoli
upon the body can alone protect it itfrom itfrom itfrom
from the sorchlng heat of an open openfurnace oppn oppnfurnace openfurnace
furnace Those h se endeavoring endevoring to 0 explain explainthe explahlthe explaizthe
the matter mater along alon these thes lines lnes go on to tosay tosa tosay
say sa v that the fire fre walker is a native of ofa ofa ofe
e a hot country countl walking all al day along alongIoads alongloads alongroads
loads hot enough to ta blister blster the feet feetof reetor feetof
of a white whie man Their soles unac unaccustomed unaccustomed unaccustomed ¬
customed to shoes become tanned tnned like likeleather lke lkeleather likeleather
leather Besides an Oriental Inherits Inheritsa Inheris Inherisa
a much less sensitive sensitve nervous nenous organi organization organizaton orga i ization ¬
zation zaton than the American American or European EuropeanAs Europen EuropenAs
As a clincher clncher Is emphasized emphasize the thefrenzy thetrenzy thefrenzy
frenzy of religious relgious fervor which sways swaysthe swaysthe swaysthe
the performers mind rendering rnderIng him in insensible inspnsible Insensible ¬
sensible spnsible to physical ph slcal pain painand and that is isthe isthe isthe
the explanation explanationThis explanaton explanatonThis explanationThis
This would CQ to o very e well wel were the
heat of the stones stonO anywhere within 163 163degrees 16 ididegrees
degrees degees Fahrenheit the temperature temprature at atwhich utwhich atwhich
which albumen coagulates and the thesubstance thesubstance
t1e t1esubstance
substance of the human body bod disinteg disintegrates disintegr1tes disintegrates ¬
rates r1tes But such explanations expJanatons are ludi ludicrously lud ludicrously ¬
crously inadequate where the
< temper temperature teper teperature temperature ¬
ature of the steaming furnao of stones stonesranges stonesr8nges stonesranges
ranges from 600 to 1200 20 degrees Fah Fahrenheit Fal Falirt ¬
renheit rn1ei1 rt olielt So great is the he heat from the thestones thestones thestones
stones that observers ob rvers have sormtimesfound somHimesCCund sometimes sometimesfound
found CCund it I impossible to stand stnd within wihin sev several several sevcml ¬
eral feet of them They The are grouped Jroupc in inii inlarge liia
ii large mass forming literally lteraly a white whie whitehot
hot furnace furnaceStrang furace furnaceStrailge
Strang Stran to say there is a statement statementmade statementmade statemehtmade
made to the tJe Polynesian Pol neslan society by one oneColonel
Colonel Gudgeon Gudgen a British Brtsh resident re ldent of offRartonga ofRartonga
fRartonga to the effect eff that he himself himselfhud hlr himselfhd clf clfhid
hud hid performed the fat f at of fire fre walking walkin
The colonel says saysI
I I J cab hardly ghe you my sensations sensationsbut senstons sensationsbut I
but i tan an say sy this that I knew quite quitewell quiteb
well b l lI I was walking on red hot stones stonesand slonesand stonesand I
and could feel the heat yet et I was hot
burned bur d I felt something resembling resemblingslight resemblng resemblingsiight
slight s ight electric elcetrieshocks shocks both at the time timeand tme tmeand timearid
and afterward aterwlrd but that is all al I do donot donot donot I
not knoW that I should recommend recommendevery recommendever recommendevery
every ever one to try tr It I X man must have havernana havemana havemana
mana JLhc hc mysterious m sterlous power to do it itjf Itt
jf t he has has not it I will wi fce toojate when whenhe whtn whtnhe whenhe f
he is on the hot stones of Tamaahi Tamaahiroa
roa >
To show you the heat of the stones stonesquite stonesquite stonesquite
quite half an hour houraCtrward afterward some one oneremarked onermarked oneremarked
remarked to the priest that thp th stones stonesvould stone stonesnot
vould ould not be hot enough to cgok cok the thedod
food His Hi only answer was to throw
his greon greQl branch on the oven and an in ins InJuarter
s quarter of a minute it was blazing
C C I did not walk quickly across acrossthe acros acrossthe
the oven oe but with wih deliberation delberaton because
I feared that tbat I should tread on a a a sharp sharppoint sharppoint sharppoint
point of the stones stone and fall fal My 11 feet feetalso feetalso feetalso
also were very ver tender I did not men mention menton incation ¬
tion ton the th fact but my Impression as I Icrossed Icrosed Icrossed
crossed crosed the oven was wa that tht the skin skinwould skinwould skinwould
would peal off of my feet feet Yet all al I really real realI
folt I when wh n the task task was accomplished accomplishedwus accomplshed accomplshedWas
Was a tinkling tnking sensation enston not unlike unlikeslight unlke unlkeslht unlikeslight
slight slht electric electric shocks shoc on th the soles of ofmy otmy ofmy
my feet and this continued contnued for forscven forscvenhours seven sevenhours sevenhours
hours or ormore more The really realy funny thing thingiii
iii that though the stones were hot hotenough hotenough hotenough
enough an hour afterward aferward to burn my mygreen mygeen mygreen
green geen branches of the ti t dracoena drcoena the thevery theey thevesy
very ey tender tene skin of o my feet was not noteven noteel noteven
even eel hardened by b the fire fireThe fre freT firedoctors
The T e doctors of o Dunedin Dunein New ew Zeal Zealand Zealand Zealand ¬
and recently subjected subjeced some fire fre walk walkers walkers walkers ¬
ers to a careful examination examinaton immedi immediately Immediately immediately ¬
ately after aler they c ame > me on of from the theburning thelurnlng theburning
burning stones They found the mens mensfeet mcnsfeet mensfeet
feet and hands extremely cold which whichgave whichgave whichgave
gave rise to some suspicion of the use useof useOf useOf
of a local refrigerant refrigerant Otherwise OtherwisE the thefeet theteet thefeet
feet were werc soft oft and there th re was no sign sig of ofany ofunyburs ofany
any unyburs burns Dr Hocken a well known knownNew knownN
New N e w Zealand scientist s < e1U8t on a previous previousoccasion prelousoccasion previousoccasion
occasion even licked lck d the feet of the thefire thefre thelire
fire fre walkers w Jkers to see se if he could trace any a
h lupiJ Jfal ai but hut without witout result Dr Hock HockonrW Hockqn HockWltpesIeu
onrW qn yiei > jeniH wityes wflicsta WltpesIeu ea the the fire fre walking wnlklrg wnlklrgQ walkingii1qYiLhijiielf
iiftylfl ii1qYiLhijiielf Q L dMmseir JIJ eIr with a thermometer atherrnometqrregIstering thermometerregistering tJle 10ne lr
registering rglster nS up to 400 4 degrees d grccsFahrcn Fahrcn Fahreli
U
WERE SELECTEDBY SELECTED
BY EMPLOYERS EMPLOYERSDelegates EMPlDYERS EMPlDYERSDelegtes EMPiOERSDelegates
Delegates Delegtes Wo Who Visited Visted the te Czar Cza Were WereKgt WereN j jNgt
Kgt N t Representative RepresentativeMANIFESTOIS 1epre Representativey cDtaive cDtaiveY
Y y
MANIFESTOIS MANIFESTO 1S DRAWN UP UPACTION UPACTION UPACTION
ACTION OF WORKMEN IN lNTHE lNTHECAR THE THECAR
CAR SHOPS SHOPSSt
St Petersburg Feb 6 233 35 a m mThe mThe mThe
The workmen workmen to the number of 4000 4000in 4000i 4000In
in i the car shops here herhnve have drawn up upa upa upa
a manifesto disclaiming disclaImIng the th delegates delegatesvho delegtes delegteswho delegatesuho
who were wee put forward as s representing representng
them ther in the deputation deputaton which visited
Emperor Nicholas Nichol at TsarskoeSelo TsarskoeSeloon TarskoeSelo TarskoeSeloOn
on Wednesday Wednesa Feb 1 1 They assert assertthat assertthat assertthat
that these men were selected s Jectcd by the theemployers te teemplo theemployers
employers emplo ers and were ver not representa representatives reprsenta reprsentatves representatives ¬
tives tves of the workmen worken The employes employesof employe
of G one or two othef ot factories fectores may fol follow tollow follou ¬
low suit but the workmen in general generalare g generalare ncral ncralare
are inclined In < lncd to 10 stand by the deputa deput deputathou j
thou
tionThere ton tonTh
There Th re were wer a few slight lght collisions cl810ns be between between between
tween Lcssners workmen and the
Ltssncrs po police poce p0lice ¬
lice ce guarding the factory flcto today
Poland however how wer continues contnue to be the thestorm thestor thestorm
storm stor center cen r of the disturbances disturbancesi distulbances distulbancesThough disturbancesThough
i Though the strike has ceased cea ed in some someestablishment sometabUshments someestablishments
establishment < it it has assumed a more moreImportant moreimportmt moreImportant
Important importmt phase phas by b Ita ia it assume extension to the thegreat lheGet thegreat
great Get coal mines and sugar stgdr sugarfactories sugarfactoriesand factories factoriesand acore
and three Tmore mor more governments governnlent have been beenrlaced beenriaced beenplaced
placed under martial martal law Police Polce and andCossacks andCossck andCossacks
Cossacks Cossck have had to break a number numberof
of demonstrations demonstrtons and quell quel disorders disordersbut disordersbut disordersbut
but as yet there has ben been no repetition repetton repettonof repetitionof
I of fighting fghUng on the seals of the first frt col collsIons colhlslons
j lisions lisionsi lsIons lsIonsStike hlslonsStrike
i Strikes Stike In Tiflis Tits and ad other parts part of orthe ofthe
I ii
4Ln the fn Caucasus A n n 1 V Vpresent >
arc frequent and the theresent thepresent
present one ne does doe not attract much at attention atten attention ¬
tention ten on except ex ept as bearing bearng on the gen general general genoral ¬
eral situation stuaton in Russia RussiaSITUATION Rusla RuslaSfTUATION RussiaSITUATION
SITUATION AT LODZ LODZCritical LODZCritical LODZCritical
Critical Stage of the Strike Stri e Will Wi Be BeReached BeReached BeReached
Reached Today
Lodz Ldz Feb 5 5The The situation situaton here has hasreached hasreacl1ed hasreached
reached a a critical criical stageand it i will wi be bedecided bedecided e edeided
decided deided tomorrow whether the conflict conflictshall conflictshall nl < t tshal
shall shal end or the strike be continued continuedThe contnued contnuedThe continuedThe
The employers employ r met on Saturday and anddecided amIdecIded anddecided
decided to reopen reoen all al their ther factories on onMonday 91 CliMonday
Monday when men menreportng reporting for work workwill workwill workwi
will wi be reengaged rengaged and the th remainder remainderdischarged remainderI remainderischarged
discharged d A large number of work workmen workmen workmen ¬
men are disposed dispose to resume but fear fearthat fearthat fearhat
I that t the malcontents will wil employ coer coercion coe coecon coerion ¬
cion cionThe c ion ionThe
con conThc
The newlyappointed newl newly appointed governor gener general generat ¬
al Archimovitch Archimovih is giving the closest closestattention closestatenton closestttention
attention atenton a to the situation situaton In the course courseof coure coureor courseof
of an Interview with wih the Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress AssociatedPress
Press this afternoon afernon the governor gen general general genml ¬
eral c ml said that tomorrow tomorow will wi be the thecritical thecritcal thecritical
critical critcal test if I the strikers once onee re resume reume ¬
sume s ume he said sai the tn strike will wf be broken brokenBeing brokcnBeing brokenBeing
Being asked wbether he considered consideredthe
the t he strike a polUcal political movejnent moVej1ent the thegovernor thegovernor thegovernor
governor general answered answeredYes answeredYes
Yes and no It It isa islabDr labor movement movementbut moemet moemetbut
but the strikers striker specific speific demands are aresuggested aresuggeste areuggested
suggested suggeste s by political pUtfal agitators agitator many manyof manyof manyof
of whom are ar foreigners foreignersHe for lgers lgersHe
He expressed expresed himself hhnsel as a s being beIn confi confident conf confident ¬
dent that order will wi be maintained maintainedthough maintainedthough maintainedhough
though t the authorities autlorte are handicapped handicappedby < d db
by b the insufficiency InfcleJIt qf the police polce force for forcewhich < e ewhich I Iwhich
which numbers number only 300 The gover governor governor governor ¬
nor general said he was adverse adve1e to us using using u uog ¬
ing l og soldiers who made bad policemen policemenThe vlcemen vlcemenThe
The manufacturers manufa < turn highly commend commendthe commendthe comiuen4the L
the promptitude prompttude and tact whi which the thegovernor thegovcrnor thEgovernor
governor general generl displayed displa ed in the main maintenance maintenance maintcuance ¬
tenance of ofordor order which is in marked markedcpntrast markedcntrast L Lcontrast
contrast with wih the fatal hesitancy hcslac of ofthe orthe o othe
the Warsaw Y rsw authorities authoritiesThe authorite <
The striking Jl men n arc re demanding an aneighthour alleighthour au aueighthour
eighthour day but are willing wfln to t ac accept accept accept ¬
cept a compromise conipromls The 1he masters maste de declare declare dodare ¬
clare that it I is is impossible Impsi1le in the face faceof factof
of existing exlstn competition competton try tf tr either in increase Increse increase ¬ I
crease crese wages or decrease the hours of ofworkunless ofworkunless 01 01workunless
workunless it is made general through throughout throughout ¬
out The state of siege is still sUI main maintained maintaIned maintaiiied ¬
tained here h re and the streets are being beingpatrolled beln belnpatroled beinpatrolled
patrolled patroled by b military militaryAll mitl
All Al travelers taelers are ar carefully caretul scrutinized scrutinizedThirty scrutnize scrutnizeThirty scrutinizedThirty thrOUSh4
Thirty strike leaders leader most foreigners foreignershave foreigers foreigershave foreignershave
have been arrested arrestedDecided arrested arrestedDecided arrestedDecided
Decided to Strike StrikeCharlerol StrikeCharlerol StrikeCharlerot
Charlerol Charlerol Feb 5 5he The miners miner con congress congTesM ¬
grass by a large larg majority has decided decidedto decide I
day do to declare a a general eneral strike n Mon Monday 1lun 1lundo Menday ¬
Spreading in Poland PolandSt
St Petersburg PetersburzFeb Feb 5 50The The strike strikegovernments strikemoement strikEmovement
movement in Poland has spred spread to the thegovernment th I
governments government of Warsaw Tarsa rarsaw Kalisz Kalsz Lub LUbUn Lublin j j I
lln and Suvalki Suvaki Martial Martal law Ja < has been beendeclared beendeclared L Ldeclared
declared lee in Kalisz Radom Rdom and Seid Seidlec Seldlee Seidlee
Imperial Ukase UkaseSt kase kaseSt
St Petersburg Feb 5 5An An imperial imperialukase inlJerial inlJerialukae imperialukase L
ukase ukae has been issued iss ed appointing appinUng M MSaburoff lL I ISaburf
Saburoff Saburf a member m mber of the counoil couno1 of ofthe o otl I
the tl empire empJre presld president ntof of the special specialconference specialconCerenCe specialconference I
conference conCerenCe to debate tho committee commitee of ofjninisters ofministers olministers
jninisters ministers proposals for reform of the thesenate thesenate theenate
senate senate and for th t t framing frming of laws for forthe forthe forthe
the local administrative admln hate courts The Thetmpcror Thempcror Thetsipcror
tmpcror expressed xpres cpres cd d it desire lcire for the thespeedy thepcedy thespeedy
speedy conclusion of the labor of the theconference tbeconference thtconference
conference
Action Disavowed Disavowed I I
St St Petersburg Peterurg Feb 5 50Forign 5Foreign Foreign Min Minister Mm Mmlater Un ¬
later Larrisdorff Lmsdort in an official ofcIal note to toSir toSIr te teSir
Sir Hardinge the British BrItsh minister linlsterhas linlsterhasformally has hasformally barformally
formally disavowed the action acton of Dep Deputy Deputy Deputy ¬
uty Chief Chlefo of Police Polce Roudneff Roudnet of Mos Moscow Moscow Moscow ¬
cow in exhibiting exhibIng a placard showing showingthe
the strikers wJre wpre wpreasslsted assisted with wih money moneyfrom moneyfrom
from Japan Jtpan aild ahdoth othAr oth sources sources for the thepurpose thepUoae theIuipose
purpose pUoae of crippling crlplng the government governmentworks goernmcntorks governmentworks
works orks
Driven Driv n Back by b Cossacks CossacksSosnovice Cosacks CosacksSosnovice CossacksSosnovlce
Sosnovice Feb 5 5SlrIk 5StrIkers Strikers rs to the thenumber thenumber thCnumber
number of 15000 today marched m rched from fromDombrovo fromDombrovo fromDoinbrovo
Dombrovo to this place and a datempted datemptedto attempted attemptedto
to reach the Warsaw Varsw statibn statm but Cos Cossacks Cossack Cossacks ¬
sacks sack drove drov them back bali without wihout using usingtheir usingtheir usingtheir
their weapons weaponsSee weaponsSC weaponsSee
e
See SC fac simileof simie of Los Ls Angeles Tele Telegram Tele Telegram ¬
gram grm on page 5 5CAUSED 5CAUSED
e Ct CtCAUSED
CAUSED BY JEALOUSY JEALOUSYPittsburs JEALOUSYPitsburS JEALOUSYPlttsburg
Pittsburs PitsburS Feb 5 5Maddoned Maddoned Indtoned by b jeal jealousy jealous jealousy ¬
ousy ous and the alleged alegcd infidelity Infd lt of his hiswif hiswl hiswif
wif wl James C Kennedy foreman at tho thoplant thoplant theplant
plant of the UnloYi UnionfieHag Spring Sprng Manufactur Manufacturing ¬
ing company comp n flt Kensington l nslngtQn sent seven
bullets bulets Into the body bod of Howard M Eb Ebnor Ebnor Ebnor
nor a youngtelegraph YoUngtol young toiqgraph graPh operator today todayc
Kennedy c gave himself ma cd up u Immediately ImmedlatelyJall te tejai
eot
after t the c s shootTh and as ml lodged J in
jail jai here 1r1 Mrs Kennedy enncd was wa also ar arrested arreste Scrested ¬
rested reste and ad is i being held h ld us an al accessory accessorylicit nccessor nccessorhelt accessorylielt
licit Just before the th men walked vyalked over overthe oyerthe overthe
bepr
the stones th the < doctor suspended Rended the thethermomater thetermom thethermomCtdr
thermomater termom tcr byqr over thc te center of the theoven th thovon theov
oven ov n some SOl five fve or six feet f t above the thestones t thestones e estone
stones stone It I had ot to7 to bexvlthdrawn beUhdrwn at atonoe atonae atonoe
onoe as a the 5011er solder In the hc case case Immedi Immediately Immedlately immediately ¬
ately began to melt melt it I It hjad Itacboweyer Itacboweyerregistred ltadbowever ltadboweverregistered however howeverregistered
registered registred 282 2 28 degrees degr e and Dr Hocken Hockenis
is i sure that if it it find nacbecn been left it would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have registered 400 400degrec degrees and ad then thenburst thenburst thenburst
burst burstSo burstSo burstSo
So far as known kown the bold Colonel ColonelGudgeon ColonelGudgeon ColonelGudgeon
Gudgeon has been the te only white whie man manto manto manto
to BubjecJ aubjecjhimself subjecjhimself himself to the ordeal ordel and andii audi
ii i Isto is to be e regretted grtted that thers would wouldappear wouldaIP wouldappqar
appear aIP r to have been no observers bserYer pres present prf preaent
ent on that occasion oCcIon save sce the natives nativesthemselves natves natvesthemelves nativesthemselves4
themselves themelves Moreover Morover the Ue gallant galant colo colonel cob cobneZ < 010 010nel ¬
nel acknowledges that thai he possesses possessesinami possesse possessesruant
inami or the mysterious mysterl us power The Theplaintruth Ther1tltrth TherilTintruth
plaintruth r1tltrth appears appears to be that ther Is Isno lsu isUO
no u explaining exlaining the phenomenon as Wit vlCncFscd Witnesed 1
ncFscd n s d by b th tle authorities ail10rmi quoted qUO
CONFERENCE OF OFBINGHAM OFBINGHAM OFBINGHAM
BINGHAM STAKEAposte STAKE STAKEApostle STAKEApostle
Aposte Apostle John Joh Henry Hen Smith Smt Visits VisitsIdaho
Idaho Ido to Attend AttendSNOW Atend AtendNlYJ ttendNOW
SNOW NOW IN THEMOUNTAINS THEMOUNTAINSABUNDANT THE MOUNtl MOUN1AINS MOUN1AINSABUNDANT 1 S
ABUNDANT WATER SUPPLY S PPLY IS ISASSURED ISASSURED ISASSURED
ASSURED ASSUREDSpecial ASSUREDSpecIaICorrepondence ASSUREDif
if
Special SpecIaICorrepondence SpecIaICorrepondenceRIgbJ Correspondence CorrespondenceRisby CorrespondenceRighy
Risby RIgbJ Ida Feb F 4 4A A two days daysquarterly day daysquarterly
quarterly quarerly conference conqrelCe of the th Birigham Birighamstake Bblghamstke Biiighaznstake
stake stke of the Mormon church churh is being beingheld
held in RIgby A very et large crowd of ofpeople ofpeople ofpeople
people are in attendance atendance from the sur surrounding surrounding surrounding ¬
rounding settlements settements Apostle ApUe John JohnHenry JohnHeno JohnHenry
Henry Smith Smih of Salt Sat Lake Lke is here as asthe asthe
the leading church dlgit dignitary Presi President Prei Preident President ¬
dent James Jame E Steele of the Bingham Binghamstake Binghamste
stake ste is absent abent being in in attendance attendanceupon It attepdanceupoil
upon 1pon the state legislature to which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he was elected eleted senator at the last dee election eJecton deetion ¬
tion ton The conference is ivesided resided over overby oerb overby
by b his councillors cuclor Messrs Messr Byboe Bybe and andStanger andStnger andStanger
Stanger
StangerA Stnger
A good share of the time has been beenoccupied beencccupled beencccupied
occupied by the presiding preiding officers ofce of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the various stake stke organizations orsniaUons giving givingin
in their reports reorts President Prqldent Bybee B be also alsoaddressed alsoddrcssed
addressed the congregation cngrgton and tfom tfomIjlimented dOI om omIjflmented
Ijlimented IJlmented the people peple on their large turn turnout turnout
out and generally senerlJ excellent excelent condition conditionApostle cnditon cnditonAposte conditionApostle
Apostle Aposte Smith Smih occupied occupld the major per portion PQrton pertion ¬
tion ton of the time tme confining confnlnhls his remarks remarksmainly remarksmaluly remarksmainI
mainly mainI to the te doctrines of the church churchIt churc
It I is i just a a year ago this conference conferencesince conferencesince
since this state stte was divided and the theBlackfoot theBlacktoot theBlackoot
Blackfoot Blacktoot stake organized oranized out of the thesouthern Ulesouter thesouthern
southern souter part of it I Notwithstanding Notwithstandingthis
this ssgregation 5 g gton the attendance atendance upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the conference here seems seem to be as aslarge aslrge aslarge
large as formerly fonerl The main min cause of ofthis oftbis ofthis
this is the rapid settling settlng up and devel development development develOpinent ¬
opment of this part par of Idaho IdahoDuring IdahoDuring IdahoDuring
During the last few days da this tts part partof purtof partof
of the state state has received the heaviest heaviestfall hevtst hevtstfal heviostfall
fall fal of snow of the season seasn We Ye have haveabout haveabout haveabout
about eight el it inches on the level and re reports r ccports ¬
ports prts from up the th river In the moun mountains mountains monatains ¬
tains state that in Swan wan valley vale and andother andother andother
other places pl ees it i is about three tree feet on onthe onthe onthe
the level and at last accounts acount wa waEblll vas vasatihi
Eblll ftl snowing This insures insure an abund abundant abundant ¬
ant water supply for next summers summerscrops summ summerscrops < rs
crops The water shed of the Snake Snakeriver Sn8kriver Snakeriver
river however is so s extensive that the thefarmers thefarmersof
farmers farmer farmersof of this valley ley never have have occa occasion o oceasion ¬
sion for apprehension apprhenslon on this tht point pointRigby poIntRigby pointRlgby
Rigby has ha an era er of prosperity prsptl be before 0 before ¬
fore her from all al indications indicatons The Bo BoerSchweizer Bow BowersSchweitzer BoweraSchweitzer ¬
ersSchweitzer erSchweizer company have decided decidedto deided deidedto
to more than double the size and an ca capacity < caacity ¬
pacity aety of their ther store The rUgby Hard Hardware Hardware Hardvare ¬
ware Lumber Manufacturing 1lanufacturlng com company company cornpany ¬
pany has Increased Increase Its is capital cpial stock stockfrom
from 20000 to 60000 to
2000 6000 keep pace pacewith pac pacWiUl
with the demands de uads upon it i in a com commercial cm cmmerela ¬
mercial way The Studebaker JJros JJrosCo ros rosCo rosCo
Co intends erecting erectng a a building buiding here the thecoming te tecoming theCorning
coming spring to meet the demands of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their growing gowing trade and a number of ofother orother ofother
other concerns intend starting strtng up in inbusiness inbuines inbusiness
business buines here her Also Als the Idaho Sugar Sugarcompany Sugarcompany Sugarcompany
company propose props to build a railroad railroadfrom rairoad rairoadfrom railroadfrom
from Rigby to Lewisville Lewisvie and Menan Menanfor Menanfor Menanfor
for the purpose purpos of bringing in the beets beetsto beetsto beetsto
to be grown gonn on 1500 acres acre of land In Inthose Inthose inthose
those places pla s all al of which is bound bund to tohelp tohelp tohelp
help buildup buid up this ts place placeGeorge pJ paceGeorge ce ceGerge
George Gerge E Kill Hi jr left Iec for Spokane SpokaneWash Spkane SpkaneVa SpokaneWash
Wash this morning the ¬
Va as represen representative rpre representative n ntathc
tative of the Eastern Oregon Lumber Lumberassociation Lumberaociaton Lumbeiassociation
association aociaton comprising all al the lumber lumberyards lumberurds lumbexyards
yards urds from Pocatello Pocatelo to St Anthony Anthon to toattend toaUend ccattend
attend the annual meeting metng of the West Western cst cstem ¬
era Lumbermens association which whichconvenes whichconvenes L
asrcaton
convenes in that city ciy from Feb 7 to t 11 1 11He
He also intends stopping over a few fewdays fewdays Zendays
days in Boise to confer conf r with wih out ou leg legislators leglsator legislators ¬
islators lsator who are pre there trying tlIn to make makelaw makelaw makElaw
law lawREMARKS lawREMARKS lawREARKS
REMARKS TON TONED ED DOWN DOWNStorm DOWNStr DOWIStorm
Storm Str in Germany Over the Recent RecentSpeech RecentSpc t tSpeech
Speech Spc ch of Arthur Ahup Hamilton Hamiltonlee Hlon HlonLee Hamiltonlee
lee in England EnglandLondon EngladLondon EnglandLondon
London Feb 5 5The The speech of Arthur
Hamilton Hamion Lee civil lord of the admir admiralty admiraly admiralLy ¬
alLy aly at Eastleigh Easteigh Hampshire Hamphire on Feb
2 has created such a storm strm storm in Germany Gerany
that ht the government organs here this thismorning thi B Bmorning i imorning
morning are busily bU8i endeavoring to edi Oi Oit ¬
torialize t rialze away Its Is effect efet Mr Ir Lee Le him himself himself hintself ¬
self in a communication communicaton to the Stan Stn ¬
dard dard made a similar simiar effort etort by declaring deelarin deelarinthat
that he was Incorrectly Incorrect reported and andgiving am amgiving
giving what he calls cals a correct corrt version versionwhich erslonwhich L Lwhich
which is so 5 different diferent from the original originalreprt Ireport j
report reprt as to do Infinite infnie credit creI to the th e j
ingenuity ingenuiy of English Englsh newspaper newsaper report reporters rert rerter reportera ¬
ers er According to the Standards Ber ¬
lin ln dispatches unless unles Foreign Foreig Minister lInister r
Lansdowne promptly prompty repudiates rpudiates respon responsibility responsibility ¬
sibility slblty for Mr Ir Lees Ls alleged alege utterances utterancesthe utternces utternceste rpn rpnslblty S Sthe 3
the te government will wil make a formal formalcomplaint LI LIComplaint I IcompJaint
complaint complaintMr
I
Mr Lee Le is i quoted as having said in a aspeech aspeech aspeech
speech on Feb 3 that in the distribu ¬
tion ton of Great Britains naval dIstrbu forces forcesnglandhas S
England nglandhas has had not so much to keep kee p
her eye on France and the Mediterran Mediterranean Mediern Mediernen ¬
can en but to look with anxiety toward towardthe towardthe ii iithe
the North sea seo that the fleets feet bad been beenso ben benso a aso i
so distributed distribute as to ennhle them to t 0
deal with wih any an danger in at direction directionshould directon directonbould diroctiorshould
should it occur OC < lr Under Und < rox ixisUn raisting stngeondi stngeonditons condi conditions conditions ¬ I
tions tons he said sid the British Brits navy nay would wouldget d dget 1
get its blow In first frt and he maintained malnlainedthat a athat
that by the recent re nt naval reforms reformsGreat reformsGreat a aGreat
Great Britains Briatns strength as a a naval navalfighting navl navlfghUng nays naysfighting
fighting fghUng power had been practically praCtcalY practicalldoubled
doubled during the last few weeks
JAPANESE COLONY COLONY1ILL COLONY1ILLBE WILL WILLBE WILLBE
BE PLANTED IN TEXAS TEXASSan TEXMSan
San Antonio Tex FebV Peb 5 iIn In an h hterview In IntenI Lutervl
terview tenI w today toay B F Yoaknm chairman chairmano a aor
o or thj th board boar of ot the Jlrisco Hriso system s tem und andrcsident an undprcsldent IL ILpresident
president of the St Louis Luis Brownsville BrownsvilleMexico Brownsvil C CMexieo
Mexico M lco road gave out the following Colowln de details de deS ¬
tails tais concerning cnrninJ the recent recet visit 8t to Texas Texasof Tesse fexesof S
of a number of commissioners commissioner from the theJapanese thoJapanese th thJapanese e
Japanese government governmentAs gvernment gvernmentt
As a result of the visit of th thtlenien these e gnu gnutlenien L
t tlenien n na nare a are great t oSatn Japanese ltcg colony colou enfe will nfe nfeplanted bo b 0 I Iplanted
planted in southwestern suthwetern Texas for the therwln tim timgrowing C 0C i igrowing
growing rwln and manufacture manufaCurq or silk silksplendid Uk AI AIsplendid A Asplendid
splendid tract trct of land has ha been secured securedand seure secure secureand
and upon each five fve acres of this will wil be bettled b be i isettled
settled ttled a Japanese Jnpnese family tamU It was the theopinion tim e i iopinion
opinion of the commissioners comml loners that the theJapanese theJalume8 th thJupunee C
Japanese Jalume8 with wit their thei methods of cultiva cultivation euIU euIUton culthuP0 ¬
tion ton would reap a profit proft of at least loastper t W Wper
per acre in silk sik cultivation cultvaton The Te first firstinstallment tin tinInstallment irt irttntlment it
tntlment installment of Japanese Japanee numbering numberng 5tft 5 or o o0rk
600 6 persons perons will wil leave Itave Japan IH 1f the course couro couroof coursof i iof
of two or or three months monthsa monthsPORTO j jPORTO
a 1 C CPORTO
PORTO RICAN GIRLS GIRLSBECAME GIRLSBECAME 3IRLSBECAME
BECAME HOMESICK HOMESICKSt
St Louie Lui Feb 5 5Twenty Twenty Porto Iorlo Rico Ricogirls Ricogirls Ric Rice 0
girls departed depared tonight for their native nativeisland n tlt e
island makln making the last lat detachment detaChment ntve ntveIsland to tofrom toi t 0
reach h home of t the sixty girls l Importe tC C
i from g ht there t g esoo some e time II ago by i a St ImporteIs ll llmanufacturIng Louis Louismanufacturing Loul LoulIL Is
manufacturing concern us employe employewanted plo ploAfer IL
Afer After bein being her here a tme time ni all the girl wih wit witfew it f
few exceptons exceptions beame became bOle homesick lck au auwanto LI
wanted wanto to return home Th Tl Tlty y ceased ceasedworking c ued d LId I Iworking
working and as they hadno had no money the theKings theKlnl lb lbKings 0
Kings Klnl I Daughters Daughter organization ortnizaton toek care careof careor car 0
of them until unt1 means men could be provided providedfor d 0d
for sending 8e11nl them home Several Seyerl who whohave whohave wh whd 0
have decided dccled to remain in tho United UnitedStates tnlte UnItestates d
Sttes States will wl take tko up the study of English Englishwith 1mUsh 1mUshto ngiis
with Porto to tot tho t th Rico e view vIc lCW of ultimately u1matoly teaching teeh ng In InPorto Ine InSTUCK I IPorto h
e
STUCK IN THE ICE ICEChicago ICEChlcgo
Chicago Chlcgo Feb 5 5Tho The GOOrlol Goodrich line linepassenger UneIn lit litpassenger me
passenger In en er steamer stlmer Iowa which left lef Mil Milwaukee Mt Mlwaukee ¬
waukee wauko early earl today todl is stuck fast fat In the theco te teIco iii iiiIce
Ice co two miles mils outside outld OUtsid the Chicago Chl a o har harborl harboor haibow
bow boor Twenty or o thirty hIry passengers pa Rengr arc arcsupposed arcsupposed in insupposed
supposed tr t to be b on the steamer but the theofficials theoffcult ti j
offcult officials of the company said sai tonight that thatthey thatthe tIn tiit it t
they the wore ore In no danger The Te vessel tcssolsurrounded Qsol is issurrounded issurunded s
surrounded surunded by b au al danSer immense immenlo field eld of f let letand f fand ic r V
and so so far a tug has been unable rnblt to toreach tor 1 ro o
reach r oh the steamer steamtr The Tl Iowa has bfWi bfWimaking bN bNakig be II 11
making akig daily daly trips trP5 between bctw Milwaukee Milwaukeeand lUwnkci Mtlwaukcand c <
and Chicago ull dl winter
HOLDUPS HOLDUPSMAKE HOLDUPSMAKEA MAKE MAKEA
A GOOD GOODHAUL GOODHAULRoli HAUL HAULKoB
KoB T Two 3en ien on State Stte Street Steet and andEscape and andEscape
Escape EscapeOFFICERS7 EscapeOFFICERS EscapeOFFICERS
OFFICERS SLIGHT StlGRT CLUE CLUEWERE 1UE 1UEERE LUE LUEWERE
WERE ERE ON C THE TRAIL TRA1OF OF THE THETHIEVES THEC THETHIEVES
THIEVES WITHOUT DELAY DELAYTwo DELAYTwo DELkYTwo
Two unmasked highwaymen held held eJd up upEarl upEarl upEarl
Earl Shimmin who lives lve at 72S South SouthFourth SouthFourth SouthFourth
Fourth East and Fat Ft S Sfliuler chuler who whorooms whoroms whoooms
rooms roms r at 176 South State Stl between Sec Second Se Seond Seeond ¬
ond and Third South South on State street streetabout atreet streetabout
about abut 1 oclock this morning murning and androbbed androbbed androbbed
robbed them of 115 15 and ad their theIItchc theIItchcThe jfttchcs jfttchcsThe tcheS tcheSThe
The robbers shoved shove guns gun in the Ut mens mensfaces men mensaces s sI
faces face f aces and an ordered them up against ail8t the thewall thewal thewall
I wal wall with wih their ther handgjn hn4j the air ir After Afterthey Arer Arerthw Afterhey
they t had searched scarohEd them one of tho rob robbers rb rbber robhers ¬
hers ber threw Schuler a dollar dollarTheres dolar dolarTheres dollarTheres
Theres a bone to eat ot on 01 he le re remarked remarked remarked ¬
marked and beat bet it up the street streetwithout streetwithout streetwithout
without looking back backWith bct bctVlh backWith
With Vlh thfs remark the highwaymen highwaymenstarted hihwaymen hihwaymenstrted highwaymenstarted
started strted down South State street and andturned anlturned andturned
turned in Victoria alley al t Before Schu Schuler S Sehucr < hu huler ¬
ler i cr and ud Shimmin reached the corner of ofSecond of f fSecond
Second Seond South and State streets rets they met mottwo metI mettwo
I
two or three men They rushed lushe to t Vic Victoria Vi Vietonla ¬
toria alley aley but the robbers rbber could not notbe notbe notbe
be seen teen and the te victims YICtms Informed Inr rme the thepolice tle tlepolee tIlepolice
police polee about the matter mMter at once O Ser Sergeant Serle8nt Sergeant ¬
geant le8nt Hempel and Officer Ofccr Simpson Simpon took tookup tuk tookup
up the hunt but no trace trce of o the men mencculd mencculd mencculd
cculd cculd be found foundThe found foundThe
The thieves thiec were well el dressed drcd and andSchuler andSchuler nd ndSehuler
Schuler and Shimmin were able to give givea
a good Eood description de riJ1lon of the m men i One was wanabout wasabont wasabout
about five fve feet nine inches Ilbt in height heightand heirht heirhtand heightand
and the other about abut two inches Inche shorter shorterThey shorterThey shorterThey
They wore black derby derb hats hat One had hada
a short overcoat overcot on and the other otbe wore wora worea or ora
a long IonS dark overcoat overct The men JU were weredressed weredressed weredressed
dressed in dark clothes clothesSohuler clotbe eIoth eIothSehuler
Sohuler Shuler valued his watch at at t 5h b and andShimmins an anShlmmins andStimnmins
Shimmins was a 575 75 watch wateh They Theywere Theywere Theyvere
were both wearing ring but the high highwaymen highwaymen highwaymen ¬
waymen overlooked these theseI thes theseNEEDOFAREVIVAL
w e eNEED
I WEED NEEDOFAREVIVAL NEEDOFAREVIVALAmerican OF A REVIVAL REVIVALi REVIVALAmerican REVIVALAmerican
i
American Revivalists Meet With WithBritish WithBritish ith ithBritish
British Sympathy SympathyLondon SympathyLndn SympathyLondon
London Lndn Feb 6 GThe The TorrSyAlexan To Alexan
der mission in London Lndon is reported reporte elab elaborately elaborately daborately ¬
orately in the morning moring newspapers newspaper to t tda today ¬
day da and is the subject of sympathetic sympatheticeditorials sypthete syptheteediorials sympthetieditorials
editorials ediorials It was also als referred rferred to ini inithe in Inthe
the sermons serons In many may of the prominent prominentchurches pominent pominentehurcbe prominentchurches
churches ehurcbe yesterday yeteray Archdeacon Archdecn Wit Witberforee Wilberforce Vi
I berforee at Westminster Vesminster Abbey Abbeypreauhed Abbeypreached
preached pr ached on the parable larable of tb the wheat wheatand wheatand wheatand
and tares taro and said id that t t Beneath Beneaththose Beeth Beeththose Beneaththose
those words was the implied
word Impie injunction injunctionto InjontUon InjontUonto
to keep our fingers fnger off or our brethrens brethrensreligious brethrensrelgiou brethrensreligious
religious relgiou methods methos whether wHeter Welsh Velh re revivals reivals revivals ¬
vivals Albert hall missions
or o higU higUchurch hlglLchurch bigiLchurch
church missions Bulls Bul of excommuni excommunication excommunicaton excommunication ¬
cation caton issued by Protestant Prtetant alliances allianceshave al allianceshave au < > 5 5have
have gone out of date dateBishop dateBishop dateBishop
Bishop Steyney of St S1 Fouls cathed cathedral cath cathral cathedEat ¬
ral in a similar simiar sympathetic s matheUc referenct referencesald referencts referenctsaid
said s id there was as need nee of ot like lke soulstirring soulstirringwithin sulstrrlng sulstrrlngwihin soulstirringwithin
within wihin the Church of England Egland its J Itself ItselfAROIJSED lf lfI l
I AROUSED HIS NEIGHBORS NEIGHBORSJoe f
Joe Gilbert Arrested Arested I Charged With WithInsanity WithInsanity WithInsanity
Insanity InsanityJoe
l
Joe Gilbert Gibert was taken to the JM polfre H sta ¬
i lion yesterday e5tcra and booked boke as Insane InSJ6 pip At
the tht time tme he h was taken tken into custody euetdr by b byOfficer
Officer OffcerCrey Carey he was w arousing all al th thupper thupper thr thrupper
upper part of Main Iain street by shouting
that he bad killed klM his wife wifeThe wIfe wifeThe Sbbutlg
The desk sergeant segent at the the station HU was as
kept busy bUB for aYhHe nYhle aB KQwerlng answerIng iMrerInsr the te trl trlreally trt telephone
phone cls calls which came In asking If Ifrealy 1i 1ireally >
really realy hail killed kipd his wife 8klng The latter lattercalled lattT lattercalled
called caled at the jail jf later liter In the day and andvindicated aodvlntlcated andvindicated
vindicated vlntlcated the theory thEry of the th officers offr in inregard inregar inregard
regard regar to her husbands husonds o sanity sanityFOUGHT snt snto sanityFOUGIITTOTIIELAST
G
FOUGHT FOUGIITTOTIIELAST FOUGIITTOTIIELASTLondon TO THE LAST LASTLondon LASTLndon
London Lndon Feb 5 5According According to the theDaily theDal theDaily
Daily Dal Mails alls Tokio correspondent correspondentLieutenant correpdent correpdentLieutenant correspondentLieutenant
Lieutenant General Tachimf In
GncraJ Taebimf I com command command cornthand ¬
mand ofthe of the Eighth Japanese TapneS division divisionbore dlvisil divisionbore
bore the brunt brnt of the battle btle of Holkou Holkoutai Hokou Hokoutal Hoilcoutai
tai He was constantly constnt opposed opod by b su superior s sitperior
perior peror forces but continued contnue fighting fghtnJ to tothe tothe tothe
the last with a total tota toss lss of 162 16 officers officersand ofcers ofcersand oflicersand
and 5600 6io men killed kled or wounded woundedSUICIDE wounde woundedSUICIDE
i iSUICIDE
SUICIDE OF IDAHO GIRL GIRLBois GIRLBols GIRLBoise
Bois Ida Feb Fe 5 SLtte 5Lottie Lottie Frazer Frazeraged Frzer Frzeraged Frazeraged
aged 14 1 daughter of Charles Frazer Frzer FrzerUing Frazerliving
living near Boise took tok strychnineto strychninetonight
strychnlneto strychnlnetonight
night and died She had been out wih wihout without with without
out permission and when Whi she returned returnedher returnedher returnedher
her parents parent scolded her The poison poisonhad poisonhad
had been used in the house to kill kil rats ratsSecuring rts rtsSeuring ratsScouring
Securing it she took it
Seuring to her room and andswalowed andsaraliowed
swallowed swalowed a fatal fatl dose doseFOUND dos dosFOUND doseo doseFOUND
o
FOUND DEADN DEAD N BED BEDWashington BEDWahlnlton BEDWashington
Washington Wahlnlton Feb 5 iDr Dr James A AFreer AFrer AFreer
Freer Frer a well wel known physician and sur surgeon surgeon surgoon
geon of Washington Vashingon aged age 42 years year was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found dead today tod at a county inn near narashIn nearWashington
Washington ashIn ton where he h had gone gne for the the theflight
night night The coroner < oron gave gP a certificate certificateof rtfcat rtfcatof
of death from cerebral cerebrl congestion cgeiton but butwill butwil butwill
will wil order a a chemical cheical analysis anal sis of the thestomseh thestomach
stomach stomseh to determine detenlne the cause cus of the thecongesUon thecongestion
congestion congestionWILL congestionWILL
0 0WILL
WILL INVEST IN INMEXICO INMEXICOlexico LNMEXICOMexico MEXICO MEXICOMexico
Mexico lexico City Clt Feb 3 William Vitt Mc McTCenzfe McKenzie
TCenzfe T enz of Toronto Canada and asso associates 8S0 8S0cia assoelates
elates cia e have arranged for the th purchase perchasfof Jrhaf
of tie te concession ncesion arang for electric eJ tc car caz lines linesfor lnes lnesfor linesfor
for Monterey rontere They are ae also als negotiat negotiating n ngotiatlog otat otatIng ¬
ing with ih W S Slayden of New York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to buy his Ils system s sel of mule cars c and andconvert andoonert andconvert
oonert convert the two systems sytems into one on elect electric electric electrio ¬
ric line lne
a 6 6STEAMER
4
STEAMER BURNED BURNEDCincinnati BURNEDCindnnat BURNEDCincinnati
Cincinnati Cindnnat Feb C CThe The steamer steamC Hud Hudson Hudson lIedmoored ¬
son moored moord at the East End Marino Marinoways Marinedestroyed larlnAways
ways was destroyed by fire fre tonight tonightloss tonightloss tonightloss
loss 230000 O The boat was owned by b bhe bythe
the he Cincinnati Cincinnat Pittsburg Pitbuf Packet com company compan company ¬
pany pan and had been out of commission commissionfor comi8ion comi8ionfor
for several months monthsDANGER monthsDANGER monthsDANGER
a
DANGER IS OVER OVERWashington OVE8Vashlugon OVEI OVEIashiagon
Washington Vashlugon Feb 5The 5Te condition conditionof coniton conitonof
of o Reprenttve Representative Smith Smth of Michigan Michiganwho MIchign MIchignwho Michiganwho
who is ill i with wih pneumonia pneumni is mch much im improved Improved Iraproved
proved and his family famiy believe beleve that he heIs heIs heis
Is now out ut of danger dangerNeeded dangetNeeded dangeiNeeded
Needed a Bath Tub TubWashington TubCYashington TubWashington
CYashington Washington Cor New York World1 World1Names World Worldlmes Worldiames
Names lmes ames are great gret things tWn among amODS some someof someof
of fu my constituents said Representative t
Mudti J of Maryland who comes c cblck from the
black blck belt of that state stte There r Is an anplscopal
Episcopal preacher prNcber who was as called on to t
cle
baptize a child childWhat chll chllVhat chililWhat
What fas h M his name ame asked aake the min mm
Istor of the childs father fatherJohn Cather CatherJohn fatherJohn
John James Jame George G re Washi Washington asbl istoi tO Fltz Fltzpwered
hun Lee Blaf Blame H Harrison rri Smlt Smith Ftz an anwere ansnered
pwered were the father fathtr The Te eWminister ol old ministft minister Jot Jotto
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