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Rule RuleDEBATE RuleDEBATE BileDEBATE
DEBATE BEGINS TODAY TODAYVOTE T TODAYVOTE Y YVOTE
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Washington Feb 6 6ActIng Acting un undor undol undor
dor instructions of the Republican Republicancaucus Republicancaucus Republicancat1eu8
caucus the house committee on onrules onruleOJ onrules
rules agreed on a rule to govern governthe governthe governthe
the consideration of the railroad railroadrale railroadrate railroadrate
rate bill in the house The rule ruledecides ruledeeIdes ruledecides
decides for general debate begin beginnlng beglnnfng begliiulng
nlng immediately after the adop adoptlon adoptlOR aaoption
tlon of the resolution and at t 11 11oclock 11oclQck Uoclqck
oclock oclqck on Tuesday Wednesday Wednesdayaim Wednesdayalt
aim alt Thursday the vote to b btaken br brtaken betaken
taken at at3 3 oclock on the latter latterday latterday latterday
day The joint seaion of the two twohouses twohouses twohouses
houses to count the doctoral vote voteon voteon voteon
on Wednesday is to come out of ofthis ofthie ofthis
this time It was agreed by b the thecaucus thecaucus
0 caucus to have the vote Wednes Wednesday Welnesday V nes nesday
day but owing to the count of the theelectoral theleetoral theelectoral
electoral vote an extra day da was wasallowed WasaUowed wasallowed
allowed for debate The time of ofthe orthe ofthe
> the debate Is to be equally divided dividedbetween dividedbetween dividedbetween
between the two sides and con controlled controlled controlled
trolled by Mr Hepburn of Iowa Iowaand Iowaand Iowaand
and Mr t Dayey > avey of Louisiana Dur DurIng DurIng Dueing
Ing the consideration of the bill billthe billthe billthe
the house will meet at 11 ochxk ochxkASHINGTON oclorkt
0 1
t A I ASHINGTON Feb 6 6FOllOWIU 6FolIowiiigV Following Followingweeks
WASHINGTON V V weeks of hearings and consider consideration con8herntion conUIeraflori ¬
ation by the committee on Inter Interstate interstate InterEate ¬
state and foreign commerce as well wellurgent M Jnirgent I Iurgent
urgent recommendations of the presi president presIdfut presiIcilt ¬
dent on the subject the house of rep representatives repf reprrentativet ¬
resentatives today began debating the theproposed thePtoposed thef
proposed legislation looking to the con contml control control
f
trol of freight rates This action was wastaken wastaken wastaken
taken only after determined opposition oppositionby
by b Democratic members led by John JohnSharp JohnIiarp JohnSharp
Sharp Iiarp Williams of Mississippi the mi minority miJlority mliorIty
nority leader to the adoption of a rule rulewhich rulehlch rulewhich
which hlch would shut out opportunity to toamend toamend toamend
amend the bill Two Republicans RepublicansMessrs RepublicansMessrs
Messrs Southwick and Vreeland of ofNew ofNew ofev
New ev York voted against the rule and andone and11e andue
one < 11e Democrat Gaines of Tennessee Tennesseevoted TennesseeVoted Tennesseevoted
voted for it Otherwise party lines lineswere lIneswere lineswere
were tightly U htl drawn drawnMinority drawnMinority drawnF1inority
Minority Criticism CriticismlUciaing CriticismCrllIcising CriticismrticisIng
CrllIcising lUciaing the committee on rules for forhutting forf1hutUa forshutting
hutting f1hutUa off all opportunity for amend amendment amend1ilent amendriezit ¬
ment Mr Ir Williams contended that if ifthat Ifthat ifthat
that opportunity were given the Demo Democrats DemoTats Demorats ¬
Tats had with them a sufficient num number number number ¬
ber of Republicans to pass a a bill em embodyingin embodyInfiiin embodyinIn ¬
bodyingin all its particulars the vows vowsof vowsof vowsof
of tliepresident the1 > refildent He offered to surren surrender surrentIer surrender ¬
der all the time allotted to his side for forthe fordebate fordebate
debate as well as to forego a vote on onthe onthe
the minority substitute if amendments amendmentswould amendmentswould amendmentswould
would be allowed to be offered but the theappeal theappeal theappeal
appeal was refused by the majority majorityMr
Mr 11 De Armond of Missouri charged chargedthat chargedthat chargedthat
that the right to amend ame had been de dejIed
1 jIed 1 led uin in the narrowness of shallow par partisanship partisanship partisanship ¬
tisanship
Dalzells Contention ContentionThe
The fairness of the rule to all mem members mom mambclS momhors ¬
hors was declared by b Mr Dalzell to be beullrent beapartnt j
ni ullrent p rei t sIn s4iee s M > e it affastledcfulioppor affastledcfuliopportunity afo affoledulI > > dEtd ulloppor ullopportunIb oppor opportunity ¬
tunity to vote on both bills offered by bythe b bthe bythe
the two par PBrUee ties The rule was ajso de defended defrnded j
fended by Mr Grosevnor of ofOhio ofOhiolessrs Ohio OhioMessrs OhloMessrs
Messrs Townsend of Minnesota one onecf onef oneof
cf f the authqrs of the bill under con consideration conld consideration ¬
sideration ld > ratIon and Richardson of Alabama Alabamaoccupied Alabamacupied Alabamacupied
< occupied cupied the remainder of the day in indiscussing Inllscussing indiscussing
discussing < it both sounding soundin a a note of ofv ofT ofarning
v > arning to the railroads that unless unlessthey unlessthCy unlesstlwy
they joined hands with congress in the theJ1 theivatter j jjvatter
jvatter J1 atter the people would Qemand more moredrastic morelrasUc moredrastic
< drastic legislation legislationBefore lelslatlonBefore legislatIonBefore
Before taking up the question of offreight offreight offreight
freight rates the house adopted the thereplication therrpllcatlon thereplication
replication of the committee of seven sevenmanagers sevenIllanag sevennanag
managers Illanag rs to the reply of Judge Swayne Swayneto
to the impeachment charges in which whichit
it was reiterated that Judge Swayne Swa Swaynewas rne rneas j jivas
was as guilty of the crimesalleged crimes alleged against againsthim a againstbm inst inst11m
him
STATEHOOD BILL BILLThree BILLThree BILLlThrce
Three Hours Talk By Hoosier State I
Boy Statesman StatesmanWaairington StatesmanWasblngton StatesmanL
L
Waairington Feb 6 GThe The longtlrawn longtlrawnout long rawn rawnout
out general debate on the bill creating creatingtvo creatingt creatingtwo
two t 0 states out of the territories of Ok Oklahoma Okahomo Oklahomo ¬
lahoma and Indian Territpry Territ ry andNew andNewMexico and New Newl NewNexico
Mexico l > xico and Arizona was concluded to today t tdl today
day dl with lth a speech by air rr Beveridge Beveridgeiv
iv hich consumed the greater great r part of the thediys thecliys theidy
diys idy s session He reviewed the princi principal princiIal princititl ¬
pal arguments in opposition to the bill billsi billJi billgiving
si giving vim ing special attention to the proposi proposition proposition propositinn ¬
tion to unite Arizona and New Mexi Mexico ¬
co 0 He spoke for almost three hours hoursa hoursnd
a nd tl closed amid a cordial burst of ap apjiius apI ap1ILUSC
jiius I LUse from the galleries galleriesPrevious galleriesIievlous s sPrevious
Previous to t Mr 11 Beveridges speech speechMr
31 Mr r L Foraker spoke in support of his histir lilenidmet
tir ndment 1 < > to eliminate Arizona and andP andfcxlco
5 < ov P Mexico from the proposition pr < The Thenly The1I1y Theily
< nly other important business of the thetiny lheJay thelOy
tiny was the receipt through the house housemanager houilel1an housemanaere
manager l1an 1 of the houses hou esreplleuthr replication to toJinige toJudge toJu15e
Judge Swayneu answer in the impeach impeachKiont Impeach1l1nt impeach2IlCTIt
Kiont trial trialMRS lrtalMRS tillMRS
MRS CHADWICKS DEBTS DEBTSCreditors DEBTSCreditors DEBTSCreditors
Creditors Will Not Realize More Than
2 Per Cent Centdf CentrvelaDC1 CentkvelanlO
df kvelanlO velaml Q Feb C GReceiver Receiver Loes LoesFCI Loerr
FCI 1 fil m1i fi d I a Het tto t of o the creditors re l rs of Mrs Mrshartvtck Mrshadv lrs lrshad
< hartvtck had ck together with the amount amountiu
< iu I U < e enh ch h so sofar far as known in the thel
1 I mted II it eel Stntea tNmkrupt ktup cY y Court today todayWhile toda30Vhilc todayWhile
While it understoOd Ie undenflo d unofficially that thatSirs thatr
Sirs tr r s Chulwleks Chadwl k debts will aggregate aggregateck
ck 1l8 IUSC > sp to toZotOotO 20MOQ the claims thus far farJH far3rtsentd
3 3rtsentd JH > rtsented fnttd to the receiver foot up a to totd totd totdi
td of only 3JttO The list as mod to today tola tolty ¬
day la shows that the sums > due the big bigc bigndJtorll bigditor
c ri dJtors are not known Among the theDtt theare thetter
Dtt tter r are 11 Reynold Cleveland Her Herl Herrt
l 1 > ot rt t Newton Broaklln9 BroQkJIn Mass JQ T TTStvkwICii p1lkwitI
TStvkwICii 1 1lkwitI kWJ1t Oberlln 0 Citizens Nn Nntinal 16tiLl1albttftk Natiiial
tinal tiLl1albttftk brfk etoerlln 0 and J J W WFiiml Wrikfld Vi
I Fiiml lind PlGtsburs P po PH PHCO2tfl U UAicorttlug
Aicorttlug CO2tfl o htI to common roport the theclaim theclaim thelsim
claim of J W V Friend amounts to JSOO 800 800no 8OOHarold
000 no
000Harold
Harold Remington REmin ton referdc in bank bankyi ban1crlpky bankitty
yi rlpky itty > uy today todaYMt set Feb l1LJiTatl Fe 17 as the date dater
i > r the meeting of Mrs Chadwtcks Chadwtckselected Chadw1cks1iton Chadwickslitora
1iton at wnlcJl w1Ith a trustee will be beItted bec
elected c r ted to take charge of her property propertyThe propertyThf propertyThe
The valuation ofMrs or 11rs Chad Chadwlcks wicks es estit estat esttt
tit was wa jot ot given by the receiver but butit butH butfl
it is i gdiicsriiHy g hCl a1I believed that alI aI1t alltold alltoldtlir told toldi Id Idtiw
tlir l H property l 18 not ot worth orth to exceed exc 50
i
1 000 100 On this U11 hI basis Mrs Mrsrr1itorsw1ll lrs CliHJvticks CliHJvticksir C s sTflitol
ir rr1itorsw1ll Tflitol tilors will receive r ceive after tIre court courtcosts courttt coOrttsls
costs tsls tt art ar r deducted not more than 2 21 iier iiertent per percent r rLcut
cent o on tH thetcla1n1s thetcla1n1sCULERKLING fe hclalms hclalmsIt claims claimsCULVERKLING
It ItCULVERKLING
CULVERKLING CULVERKLINGDaughter CULVERKLINGDaughter CULERKLINGDaughter
Daughter of Senator of Clark of Mon Montana Montana Montana ¬
tana Married MarriedNew MarriedNew MarriedNew
New Yprk Feb 6 61frs Mrs M Muyry f ry Clark ClarkCulver Clarkuler ClarkCulver
Culver uler daughter of Senator Clark CJ < < rk of ofMontana orIontana ofiontafla
Montana was married bore today to toThe toharlos toCharis
harlos PtterXllng PtterXllngThe tt Kl1ng Kl1ngThe
The niarrlftge 11larr ngo took place phl e at the real residence resldflI realdeuce ¬
deuce dflI < e of t Fmator Clark lark in this city Ity Mr MrKling MrRling fr frlizig
Kling lizig if i > ai1 attorney and an a resident ot ofNew ot1tew otew
New ew York ctty ity
ASSASSINATED ASSASSINATEDWHILE ASSASSIN ASSASSINATEDWHILE AfED AfEDWHILE
WHILE AT HOME HOMEProcurator HOM HOMEProcurator E EProcurator
Procurator General General of Finland Shot ShotDown ShotD ShotDown
Down D wn in Cold Blood BloodMURDERER BloodMURDERER BloodMURDERER
MURDERER UNDER ARREST ARRESTRUSSIAN ARRESTRUSSIAN ARREStRUSSIAN
RUSSIAN STRIKE SITUATION SITU TION IM IMPROVING IMPROVING IMPROVING ¬
PROVING PROVINGf PROVINGH PROVINGH
f I ELSINGFORS Feb 6 6Soisaion 6SoisaionS 6Soisalon 6SoisalonSolnlnen Solsalon SolsalonSoininen
H Soininen S Inln n procurator general of ofFinland ofFinland ofFinland
Finland who before he was en ennobled ennobled ennobled ¬
nobled was as known by the name of ofJohnason ofJohnll5on ofJuhnason
Johnason was assassinated today by bya byyoung
a young man whose hose identity up the thepresent thePlesent thepresent
present time has hu not been determined determinedThe
The assassin and Soininen and his son sonwere 8011were soz sozVere
were both wounded in the duel follow following following followlag ¬
ing the murder The motive of the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime Apparently was purely pure political politicalthe politicalthe politicalthe
the slain official being I a prominent prominentmember promInentmember prominentmember
member of the government party
The murderer appeared at the pro procurators procurators procurators ¬
curators residence at 11 oclock and andsent andsent andsent
sent In a card in French bearing the thename thename thename
name of Alexandre Gadd who Is in the theRussian th thRussl theRuselpin
Russian Russl n service The young man WhoWus who whoWHS whoa
WHS a smartly dressed in an officers uni uniform uniform uniform ¬
form was at once admitted to the theofficials theotIlcIals theofficials
officials study and upon his entrance entrancefired entrancefired entrancefired
fired four shots from a revolver one oneof oneof oneof
of the bullets pierdlng pier ing the breast of the theprocurator theprocurator theprocurator
procurator who expired almost in instantly instantly instantly ¬
stantly His 17yearold son hearing the theshots theshots theshots
shots rushed ru hed in from an adjoining adjoiningroom
room and llred three or four shots at athis athis athis
his fathers assailant whose right leg legwxs legWKS legwas
was broken below the knee by a bul bullet bullet bullet ¬
let He J was also slightly wounded In Inthe inthc Inthe
the shoulder and n finger of his left lefthand lefthand lefthand
hand was struck The assassin fired firedone firedone firedone
one bullet remaining remalnin in his revolver at atSoininens atSoininens atSoininens
Soininens son wounding him slightly
In the calf of his right leg He then thenendeavored thenelldcaYored thenendeavored
endeavored to escape but fell uncon unconscious uncouscIous unconscious ¬
scious to the floor in the anteroom anteroomThere anteroomThere anteroomThere
There he was seized Dr Wasastjerna Wasastjernawas Va tjerna tjernawas
was as called immediately but found the theprocurator theprocurator theprocurator
procurator beyond need ne d of ot his ser services services services ¬
vices The assassin was removed to tothe tothe tothe
the surgical hospital where he lies liesguarded liesguarded i iguarded
guarded by police answering no ques questions questioris ¬ I
tions and evidently unconscious His Hisrecovery Hisrecov Hisrecovdry
recovery recov ry however is thought to be becertain becertain becertain
certain certainUp certainUp certainUp
Up to the present the tl1 authorities authoritieshave authoritieshave authoritieshave
have been unable to identify him He Heis Heis Heis
is of dark complexion and apparently
between 25 and 30 years of age ageSoininen ageSoInInen ageSoininen
Soininen was born in 1856 and prac practiced practiced practiced ¬
ticed at the Finnish bar He was high highly hlghl highly ¬
ly l esteemed and had held various gov government go goernment government ¬
ernment appointments including that thatof thatof thatof
of provincial judge He was appointed appointedprocurator appoIntedprocurator appointedprocurator
procurator general of the duchy of ofFinland ofFinland ofFinland
Finland Soininen was regarded as a awise awIse aWise
wise and patriotic official It is under understood understood understood ¬
stood that it was at his initiative that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Finns exiled by Governor General GeneralUobrikoff Generalobrikoff Generalobrikoff
obrikoff were allowed to return to toFinland toFinland toFinland
Finland
1 ERA OF TERRORISM TERRORISMAssassination TERRORISMAssassination I IAssassination
Assassination of Soininen is But the theBeginning theBeginning
Beginning BeginningSt
St Petersburg Feb 7 150 a d m mThe mThenews mThenews The Thenews
news of the assassination of Solsalon SolsalonSolninon SotsalonSolnlrion SoisalonSolnlnen
Solninon procurator general of Finland Finlandthough FInlandthough Finlandthough
though occurring before noon on Mon Monday Monday ilonday ¬
day was not generally known In St StPetersburg StPetersburg 5tPetersburg
Petersburg last night but may be ox oxpeotodto oxpee oxpeoe4L
peotodto pee peoe4L < dto W produoean prQduQ8 Immense sonsatlon sonsatlonwhen SOnsationwhen snsationwhen
when it becomes public as it will be beregarded beregarded buregarded
regarded as t tho tI n precursor ot o an era of ofterrprismfor otterrrig ofterrrism1or
terrprismfor terrrig tol which the events of Janu January JanuRI lanuary ¬
ary RI in St Potcrsbur and throughout tins Russia nussia tinsala ¬
sia gave ga vo the signal signalUntil signalCnUI signalCntlt
Until the identity of the assassin is isdefinitely I Ideflnltely isdefinitely
definitely known it will be Impossible Impossibleof
of course to establish the motive of the thecrime thecrime thecrime
crime but the present circumstances n nFinland nFInland nFinland
Finland render it almost certain that the thecrime thocrime thecrime
crime was of a purely political character characterand
and of the same nature as the assas assassination assassination assassination ¬
sination of Count Bobrikoff the governor governorgeneral governorgeneral overnor overnorgeneral
general of Finland in June of last lastyour lastYCC lastThe
your yourThe YCC
YCCThe The Russification of the province of ofFinland orFInland ofFinland
Finland has been meeting with great op opposition OPpo opposition ¬
position po lUon and is creating creat1n much bitterness bitternessespecially bitternesseepeclalJy bitternesseapeclally
especially since the formation of the theparty theparty theparty
party of active resistance which is Isre Isrecruitin re recruiting recruitlng ¬
cruiting cruitin from the bolder spirits of the theoriginal theoriginal theorlglnai
original party of passive resistance and andto andto andto
to which the perpetrator of this latest latestcrime latestcrIme latestcrime
crime probably belonged belongedAt
At the conference of revolutionary par parties parties parties ¬
ties of Russia comprising representatives representativesof
of the th Finnish active resistance party partythe partythe partythe
the Polish national league the Russian
emancipationists and other revolutionary revolutionaryorganizations revolutionaryorganizations revolutionaryorganizations
organizations in Berlin last night a pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme for general concerted action was wasdrawn wasdrawn wasdrawn
drawn up and the assassin of Solninen Soininenundoubtedly SolninenlUuJoubte Solninenundoubtedly
undoubtedly lUuJoubte ly was in touch with the dis dissatisfied dlssatisC1ed dissatisfied ¬
satisfied element throughout Russia As Asa
a matter m tter of fact never before in the thehistory theblMtory thehistory
history of the empire have events of anantigovernmental an anantigovernmental anantigovernmental
antigovernmental nature been bl n in closer closerconnection closerconnection closerconnection
connection as has been shown by b the thouniversal theuniversal theuniversal
universal spread of the strike movement movementand
and tho assassin as a88ln of Soininen through throughprincipally throuShprlndpall throughprincipally
principally inspired by the grievances of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Finnish nationalists undoubtedly was wasalso wasal wasalso
also al o spurred on by the use of troops troopsagalnot troo troopsagetnt S Sagillt
agalnot the strikers in St Petersburg and andelsewhere andelsewhere andelsewjierc
elsewhere elsewhereLittle elsewhereLlttle elsewjiercLittle
Little is I known regarding the murder murderbut murderbut murderbut
but as a < J Procurator General en ral Seamen was wasthe wathe wa wathe
the adviser of the Finnish senate which whichincurred whlcnincurred whIchIncurred
incurred the enmity of the antiRussian antiRussinnparties antiRussianI antiRussianParties
parties pn n account of the t alleged sub subrepresentativa subssrvieney
= I tto r Yfi atl atlSonlninen
ssrvieney tothe process 8S of n Itusaluicatlon ItusaluicatlonSeninitien
Sonlninen undoubtedly was elected as that therepreeentntlvd 11
representativa and responsible victim victimMAJORITY vzetlmMAJORITY ietlmMAJORITY
MAJORITY STILL OUT OUTi OUTEffort OUTEfforttoRcsum
i Effort EfforttoRcsum to Resume Rcsume Work in the thcLod thcLodFactories Lodz LodzFactories Lod LodFactories
Factories FactoriesLodz FactoriesLocb FactoriesLods
Lodz Russian RU lah Poland Feb Feb6A 6 6A A few fewfactories fewfactories fewfactories
factories wiye ie enabled to partially p rtJfftlly re resume r rsume resutne
sume work thl thIs morning through tha thareturn thQrftbrnQf tharetlra
return rftbrnQf of sonte of the employees The Themajority Themajority Themajority
majority of r the strikers however are arestill aresUII arestill
still out and attempts are being made madeto
to prevent workmen from returning to totheir toth totheir
their th > lr employment Soldiers are guard guarding guarding guarding ¬
ing the factories and they do not per permit permit permit ¬
mit malcontents to enter Several con conflicts oonfUets confliets ¬
flicts occurred between Cossacks and andstrikers andstrIkors andstrikers
strikers at the Gelner factory where wherethelatter wherethelatter wherethelatter
thelatter sought s ught to Intimidate the men menreturning menreturnIng
returning rlturnln to work A Cossack CO llck and a aworkman aworhJT1an aworkman
workman were ere killed and fifteen strik strikers strIkerswere strikem
ers erswere em were Wounded WoundedDYNAMITE 1oundedDYNAMITEAND unded undedDYNAMITEAND
DYNAMITE DYNAMITEAND AND BOMBS BOMBSStrikers BOMBSStrltkers BOMBSStrikers
Strikers Strltkers at Sosnovice s snoige Prepared rcp rep For ForDesperate ForDc ForDcsecate
Desperate Dc perate Work WorkBerlin WorkBerlin it itfrUn > <
Berlin frUn Feb C GThe The Lokal Anzelgors Anzelgorscorrespondent Anzeizerscurrnjpondeiit nzclprs nzclprscorr
correspondent corr Jundent at a t Kattowitz telfcgrapTTs telfcgrapTTsA telcgraptTsstate
A state ta e Of riflge lpgel tag has 8 been een declared declaredat
at t SospavTcfV General Ge Gen ernl ral 3 dozynski taking takingaojmmfknd tnkingebm takinguiunzid
aojmmfknd ebm ud The superintendent or police policettatj pollcoa pohlcoba
ttatj ba a been be n di9mi dismissed s fl from office Gather Gatherings Gatherfngs Gatherthgs ¬
ings of a a8 asznany nany a lu three fhr persons on the thestreets tltestre thestrets
streets stre < t are > forbidden The military are areUsdne aroulln aretiutr
Usdne ulln their arms upon ion the slightest dis disobedience < disobedience li8obetUeuLe ¬
obedience o oJ orders Tearing rNlllnJciown down pla placards platar4f placards ¬
cards > announcing iiinounrhr nound the suite tltto of siege Ie = e is ispunished jSpunl8bed 15punished
punished with ten days day ImprlMcnmntScriou8cvllhdJ imprincnm I1nprieiiiztjntSerious nt ntSerious
Serious Scriou8cvllhdJ collisions are expected x wd The rb strik striker trIl trIlers ¬ I I1tI
ers er > 1tI have h veab abundant t1tftu1t suppHas of dynamite dynamiteand doaltJlloand dynamiteand
and hand bombs The t xodU8 > of Ger Germans ¬
mans bx Tail Is very heavy Germans Germansarriving Germanssrriing
arriving lIMt < tno at Sosnovice are n > advised by tfto tftoauthorities Ulttal t1eauthorities
al authorities to remain at t the railway eta statkinfor 8ta1io eta1jsn
1io 1jsn tkinfor C for r safety safetyTtie afet afetTIle afetyTie
TIle procession rocest1lon of strikers at Sosno Sosnovice S05nole Sosnovee
vice le estimated at 100ft persons con contained conta1Ded contitlu1 ¬
tained a tiumbcjr uuntb of German mining offi officials Qtncias ffi ffidais ¬
dais whom hom the strikers had captured capturedand caph c5pttlredand rcd rcdand
and compelled to march in their ranks
The Russian Industrial district along alon the thefrontier theroSer thefrofltIer
frontier roSer It S suffering suUcringgroat great financial losses lossesthrough 10ssethn lossesthrough
through thn > utr the strike It is estimated that thatOOOOOO that50es4loo
55000000 OOOOOO of German capital is employed employedat
at Sosnovice SoanovIceThe v vdent
The Tageblatts Kattowtz correstJon correstJondent correzon correzondent
dent reports ro ort that that1J9 IfOO l5 soldiers have fiavamarched havemar havamar
marched mar he hed Into Sosnovioc under two tw gon soncrala gonerals gonorals
orals ana that important events arej arc arcImpndim aroIre
Impending Ire ponding j jContinued
ConUnued on Page > 1
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PAID FOR PROTECTION PROTECTIONChinese
Chinese Gamblers of San Francisco lYanciscoPut FranciscoPut FranciscoPut
Put Tip liberally to the thePolice thePolice thePolice
Police PoliceSan PoliceSan PoliceSan
San Francisco Feb 6 6SubstantIal 6SubstantIaleVi 6SubstantialeviUence Substantialevidence
evidence eVi nce of police protection was wasshown wasshown vasshown
shown today by the grand jury when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the foreman of that body deposited 1 U US50
350 in gold coin on the desk of Presid Presiding Presiding PresidIng ¬
ing Judge Lawlor of the superior court courtIn courtIn courtIn
In a 3 partial report o fthe work of the thepolice thopolice thepolice
police committee of the grnd gr nd jury jurywhich jurywhich Jurywhich
which was accepted and presented to tothe tothe tothe
the court by the main body It was wasstated wasstated wasstated
stated that the sum mentioned ment1 ned had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been turned over by Police Sergeant SergeantEllis SergeantEllis SergeantEllis
Ellis who it was alleged had received receivedit
it from Chan Chung a Chinese now nowunder no nounder nowunder
under indictment as a a bribe toguaran toguarantee to guaran guarantee ¬
tee Chinese gamblbrs against arrest It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was further stated that the sergeant sergeantin
in charge of the officers ofll ers detailed to the theChinese theChinese theChinese
Chinese quarter was regularly paid paidfrom paid1rom paidfrom
from 250 to 5300 300 si month monthr for r this pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose while the m memb membys embeds s of fJ C his hili s squat squalgbt squatgbt uad uadgot
gbt from 30 to WO 40 a mptith m 1ith each eachSergeant eachSergeant eachSergeant
Sergeant Ellis it is safdvjji S r the grand grandjurys grandjurys grandjurys
jurys report was instructed when he herelieved herelieved herelieved
relieved Sergeant Chrtetenson former formerly fonnerly formerly ¬
ly fn charge of the Chinese quarter to togo togo togo
go at certain times to No 2 St Louis Louisalley Louisalley Louisalley
alley take all the money mone a a Chinese Chinesethere Chinesethere Chinesethere
there would give him and ask Sk no ques questions questioDs questions ¬
tions
lID lIDFATAL
FATAL ACCIDENT ACCIDENTPortland ACCIDENTPortland ACCIDENTPortland
Portland Ore Feb S Mrs Irs Rebecca RebeccaVance RebeccaVance RebeccaVance
Vance an elderly elderl woman wont an was fatally
burned by b the explosion of a a korosene korosenelamp korosenelamp kerosenelamp
lamp yesterday and died fromher from hor burns burnsat
at an early hour today The woman was wasalone wasalimo wasalone
alone at the time of the accident
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1 A I I ASHINGTON Feb 6 6Hoarin Hearings Hearingsf
W V V f before beforethd the interstate commerce commercecommittee cotnmercecommittee j jcommittee II
committee of the senate on the thesubject I i isubject
subject of private car lines were re resumed resumed resumed ¬
sumed today toda E M Ferguson Fergu on ofDu of Du
luth Minn representing a number of ofJobbing ofjobblDg ofjobbing
Jobbing associations continuing his hisstatement hisstatement hisstatement
statement statementMr
Mr Ferguson said that in order to toget toget toget
get around the requirement to publish publishI
I rates the Santa Fe operates about 5100 5100cars 5100t 5100caralinder
t cars caralinder ars tinder a separate system or cor corporation corporatlon ¬
poration distinct from the railroad cor corporation corpo corporation ¬
I poration porationDuring po porationDuring ratIon ratIonI
During the hearings h arIngs Mr Ir Ferguson FergusonMarquette Fergusonha
I 1135 ha a referred referredMarctuette re WllYJo b JZge
Marquette railroad aim anatoi ii Se senator i ilands New Newlands w wlands
lands asked why reference tothat road roadwas roadwas roadwas
was so frequent Because we have havebeen havebeen
been able to get hold of a contract be between between between ¬
tween that line and the Armour Car Carcompany Carcompany Carcompany
company and it Is of that contract I Iam Iam
am speaking said Mr lIrFersQson Ferguson He Heconcluded Heconcluded Heconcluded I
concluded with a demand for the ex extermination extermination cxtermination ¬
termination of the private car Uie com companies companIes cornpanics ¬
panies He said he believed the major majority majorit majority ¬
ity it of railroads will ill favor such elim ellEnination i iInation
Ination InationWashington inatIonWashington inationWashington
Washington Feb 6 GOpposition Opposition to tofederal tofederal tofederal
federal control of private car lines was waspresented waspresented waspresented
presented today before the subcommit subcommittee su commit committee
tee Qf the house committee on inter interstate interstate ¬
state and foreign commerce by byPresi byPresident Presi President President ¬
dent Reichman of the Streets western
stable car lines He detailed the the oper operation operation operatlon ¬
ation of hiS company to support the thecontention thecontention thecontention
contention that it was not engaged in ininterstate inInterstate ininterstate
interstate commerce The company is iscapitalized if ifcapItalized iscapitalized
capitalized at 7000000 It pays 6 per percent percent percent
cent dividends on 47000 T0O0 OOO of preferred preferredstock preferredstock preferredstock
stock and last year ear an additional divi dividend dlidend dlvidead ¬
dend of 2 per cent on the remaining remainingstock remainingstock remainingstock
stock of the capitalization capitalizationSON capitalizationSON
5 5SON
SON WILL ARRIVE AT ATTHE ATTHE I ITHE
THE BEDSIDE TOO LATE LATEDenver LATE LATEDenver I ID
Denver D nvfl Feb C GEdwiu Edwin Fitzgerald FitzgeraldifiSHejsd Fitzgerald1Qptfrcight I Ig
ifiSHejsd g 1Qptfrcight Height rt > lght manager m uager of the l1h South Southern SOUlhern Southeln ¬
ern railway r fIW3 system died iu this city citytonight eft efttPnIght citytonight
tonight after ii a t severe attack of the thegrip he hegrip h hgrip
grip from which he was suffering sufferingwhen sUfferingwhen sufferingwhen
when he arrived here about a week weekago weekago Teekugo
ago HIS H son Edwin Fitzgerald jr jrof jrof
of Mobile Ala is speeding across the thecountry thecountlJ thecountry
country hoping to reach his fathers fathersbedside fathersbedsidf fathersbedside
bedside in time to see him alive aliveMr alIveMr aliveMr
Mr Fitzgerald was a well known knownrailroad Itnowi1railroad lcnownrailroad
railroad man of the country and fought foughtthrough foughtUtrough foughtthrough
through the civil war in the confeder confederate conrederate confederate ¬
ate army arm After the war he became becameInterested becameInterested I
Interested in the Baltimore Ohio hIo with withRobert withRobelt withitobert
Robert Garrett and was as at one time timemanager timemanager
manager inanag r of a line of steamers plying plyIngBaltimore
between Baltimore and Charleston He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was a member of the Louisville Pen Pendennis Pendelnis Pendennis
dennis club
PLAN PLANA A TEMPLE TEMPLEFOR TEMPLEFOR TEMPLEFOR
FOR THE MASONS MASONSScottish
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Scottish Site Order Makes Definite DefiniteMove DefiniteMove DefiniteMove
Move MoveBEAUTIFUL MoveEAUTI MoveEAUTIFULSITE
BEAUTIFUL EAUTI EAUTIFULSITE FUL SITE CHOOSEN CHOQSENBUILDING CHOOSENB CHOOSENBthLDING
BUILDING B BthLDING ILDING MAYCOST 1000000 S1OOOOOOCOMMITTEE 1000000COMMITTEE 1000000COMMITTEE
COMMITTEE IN CHARGE CHARGEHE CHARGETHE
T HE Scottish Rite Masons of Salt I Lake Lakehave LakeI ake
THE I have made a definite move In the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction of the erection of r a Ma Masonic Masonic Ia IaBonle ¬
sonic temple to cost from 75000 to 100
000 Tim site selected for the building Is Isthe isthe Isthe
the Spencer Clawson property on First Firststreet lJrslstreet FirstStreet
street opposite Brigham Youngs grave graveMany graveIan graveMany
Many Ian of the details of the th project are arestjll arestUI arestli
stjll to be worked out outAt QUtAt outAt
At the meatlnc of the consistory last lastthe lastTnursda lastTtursday
Tnursda Ttursday nIght Yt was voted to pUrchase pUrchasethe purchasethe
the Spencer Clawson property The deal dealhas dealhas dealhas
has not yet been closed but it is under understood understood lnderslood ¬
stood that an option has been n secured securedThe securedThe eeuredThe
The lot is on the north side of first IHrststreet firststreet I1rsttreet
street It has a frontage of fire rods rodsand rodsand rodsand
and a depth of nine rods with a right rightofway rhhtIn rightofway
ofway in the rear The price at which whichthe whichthe hleh hlehthe
the property pro port It Is to change hands will not notbe notbe notbe
be made public at this time timeOwned tlmeO
Owned O ne by y Scottish S ottiSh Rite RiteThe RiteThe Riterile
The matter of securing securin the lot and anderecting auderecting anderecting
erecting the building has betn been efl putin put in the theCharles thehands thehands
hands of committee composed of Jude JudeCharleS JudgeCharles
Charles 1 w Morse Sidney D Evans E ns Dr DrH DrH DrII
H N Maya Mu F C Scliramm and Ira 0 ORhoades 0RhoadfS 0Rhoades
Rhoades The I he buildipg will be erected erectedby erectedb erectedly
by b the Scottish ctiah ttit h Rite Masons raion A corpo corporation ConNraUon corPorlttirnt > ¬
ration win be formed to bnlHl by tift and oper operate OIJerate ohierate ¬
ate the temple While hll it will be erected erectedby erfctlby erectedby
by the Scottish Su tt1ltlt Kite Masons Ias ns It Is under understood understJuQ understood ¬
stood that provision will lie 1 made for alt altthe allthe au autue
the other oth > r Masortic Maio ic organizations in tHe tHecity tHEIt thecity
city It and quarter will be leased to them themThe tbemTh themThe
The Th style < tlrlf of the building ha haM not been beenderided beenderided n
derided upon fully but it will follow followclosely followclosely
closely the th style of Masonic t temples > mpl in inother Inother inoilier
other parts of the country From the out outsideit outstdt outsideIt
sideit stdt > ft will give glvethe tho idea of eta a cathedral cathedraland cathedralaud cathedraland
and if the prevailing idea Is carried > d out outthe outthe outthe
the building bulldin will be an ornament ornamE > nt to the thecity theclt thecity
city clt Inside there Will iht be a main ant aMtembly antbly assenibly
bly room with balconies and lid in addition additionto
to this there will be quarters quart rs designed designedespecially designedppeelaIJv designedspecially
especially for each of the other Masonic Masonicorganizations MiesnknrganIzatIena IUWicor
organizations or < < anlzaUonlt if it Its i finally decided that thatDOWNPOURON thatthc thatthey
thc they will ma maketheir e tlwir hom bomes < S in the temple tcmllcDPWNPOUR4 templeDOWNPOURON
DOWNPOURON ON DESERT DESERTUnprecedented DESERTUnprecedented DESERTUnprecedented
Unprecedented Rainfall in Arizona ArizonaTracks ArizonaTracks ArizonaTracks
Tracks Washed Out and andTrains andT andTrains
Trains T ins Abandoned AbandonedPhoenLxArIs5 Abandonedphoen AbandonedPhoenix
PhoenLxArIs5 Phoenix phoen ArIL Feb 6 GThe The MarkonePhoenix Markone MarleopePhoenix IarkOlMLPhoenix
Phoenix railroad bridge over the Gila GHariver Gilarivcr Gilariver
river previously damaged by the loss lossof JoH6ot lossof
of cribbing erlb inJ was reportedthis reported this afternoon afternoonat
at 530 30 p m to have ha e lost ten bents bentsT benUiTater bestsLater
T Tater ater it was reported that still mor moraid morad moread
ad been be > n washed out No trains have havogone havegme
gone out on this line since Friday FridayThe FridayThe FridayThe
The Santa Fe train due du > here her early
Saturday mornQg morn g arrived at 3 p m to today todo today ¬
day do Fifteen minutes after it rounded roundedthe roundedthe roundedthe
the curve near the territorial capitol capitolbuilding capitolbuilding capitolbuilding
building entering the city the flood wa waters water Watars ¬
tars ter of Cave creek for the third time timeswept timeswept timeswept
swept across the desert northwest of the thecity theelt thecity
city elt entering the suburbs flowing t1o lns be between beJWo between ¬
tween the capitol p and n the e railroad d track trackThe trackThe
JWo JWop ll lltbe
The railroad track c was washed out o at atthe atthe
the curve though the flood is not quite quiteas quiteag3h
as great at t the previous one o Water Waterreached Waterreached
reached ag3h the capitol c YtJ Building Im g go on the tb tbside west westside westside
side but not the front which is i on the theeast thetBst tIeeast
east side During last night threefourths threefourthsof
of r an inch of rain rai fell ell nere Thu even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing there w was s s another downpour downpourBLIZZARD downpourOG
5 5BLIZZARD OG OGBLIZZARD
BLIZZARD I 1iJ IT N TEXAS TEXASFort TEXASJort TEXASPort
Fort Worth rth Tex Feb 6 68peciahJ 68peciahJfrom 6SpecIalsfrom Specials Specialsfrom
from a large number numb < r of points in inwestern Illwestern inwestern >
western Texas Indicate that the he pres present present presant ¬
ent blizzard is the worst in ten tenyears tenMrs tenyears
years Mrs The whole northern portion portionof
of the state is covered with frozen frozensleet frozensleet rozlnsllct
sleet Cattle are huddled in bunches bunchesand bundlesand bunchesand
and cannot be moved to water Stock Stockmen Stockmen ¬
men estimate losses aggregating aggr gatlng hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬
dreds of thousands of dollars and andsay andSBJ andsay
say that range ran rangecattle cattle will not recover recoverIn
In six months from the damage done doneThorn doneThom doneThom
Thom so far There is no sign of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the blizzard abating
CHINESE GO THROUGH NEW YEARS RITES IN JOSSHOUSE
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I INTERIOR CHINESE JOSS HOUSE ON PLUM ALLEY SALT LAKE Photo by Harry Harr ShIpler ShiplcrFrom ShiplerFrom
From First and Only Photograph Ever Taken of This Hallowed Room M Made > de Yesterday by The Herald Photographer
The Chinese of Salt Lake gathered gatheredabout gatheredabout gatheredabout
about their joss again last night and the thereligious thereligious thereligious
religious ceremonies of their New New Year Tearwere Yearwere Yearwere
were participated in by all the members membersof
of tho Mongolian colony Oil lamps lampswere lampswere lampsWere
were lighted and ami gave offa peculiar odor odorand odorand odorand
and incense was burned on the th altar
Strings of firecrackers ir cruQkerswe warn set off and andaftor andatter andafter
after the evil spirits were drIven away a8 a8they
they worshipped their gods odg of oftho tho New
Year
MONOPOLY OF PRIVATE PRIVATE CAR LINES LINESExtermination LINESExtermjn LINESExtermination
Extermination Extermjn tlo of the Companies CompaniesDemanded Demanded by EIVL E M Ferguson FergusonRv FergusonepresenUng Fergusonjepresenting
Rv RvRepresenting Representing a Number of Jobbing JobbingAssociations JobbingAssociations JobbingAssociations
Associations v
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The rear r ar of the Joss contains tho pic ¬
tures of the th gods painted on s silk k The Themain Themain Themain
main part of tho altar surrounding them
is made of handcarved wood and inlaid inlaidwith Inlaldwith inlaidwith
with metal Silk curtains are draped drapedaround drapedaround drapedaround
around the altar and the small lights lightsare lI lightsare hts htsare
are suspended from the inside Two
handcarved vases in the front of the thealtar thealtar thealtar
altar support a a mass of handcarved flow flowers tloweIS flowersand ¬
ers ersand and images of the gods In tho front frontPjirt tiontp frontpzfit
Pjirt p art of the Joss jO Ifire are the sacrfidt saqrftdfQQ1f saar4d fpgd flpqtfprpared fpgdprepared
prepared pr parcd by thonr thomtb to feast on onare wmlVtncy wmlVtncyare I I Uj1Y Uj1Yare
are worshiping the gods so s On each eachIdo > side
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101 I i of the table arc two large Chinese lilies Hlleaand liIlesrand liliesand
and five dishes In ina a row between con contain
I tain tam a preparation of rice and flour flourThere flourThere
I There are also oranges tangerines and andseveral andseveral
several varieties of candles and nuts on
t the tableThe table tableThe tableThe
The cylindershaped vase lSc contains the thei themagIc themagic
i magic sticks which toll of oCluck luck through throuuhout throu throughmt h h04t
out the coming year Eaqh Ea h Celestial Celestialplckctt Celest1alst Celestialstands
st stands Qs efor eforq th the altar aDtIkP and knellnc knellncifcks lJn
nrc ifcks ip p tb thvidard va nd shake 11t until nnWlne untilzne
< lne of o tl1e stibk1fallsout3 I 1 ratls outtTt It a hen henpicket en enpicket
picket up p bythe byth master orthe of the joss jossand and
he reads the number on it He then re reera ¬
fers era to a a volume of the philosophy of
Confucius which Is lying lYln on the table
and reads off of the luck xf f the man who whoshook whoshook whoshook
shook the stick out of The he vase during
the coming comin year Y a Those sticks tell what whatseeds wbatseeQs whatsee
seeds see ls to plant pl plaut nt It the men who get them themare themarc themarc
arc farmers and wbat to buy If they
are merchants merchantsThc merchantsS
S Thc cetQbtipj q1fIti wilt il L contI continua t fqr r the
1J1e noaU1o1trjlys Ul 1i1 a s Afthtn hld thXln th fnn Cll1zawill Cll1zawillyear wm
Conior l W yr year > aT aft after < r vertormlns
their7rel tbeIrre1igioasrItez gl iulrItes I
SAY GOOD NAME NAMEIS NAME3ATTACKED
IS ATTACKED 3ATTACKEDCouncilmen ATTACKEDCouncilmen
Councilmen Stirred Over Asphalt AsphaltPurchase AsphaltPurchase AsphaltPurchase
Purchase Veto VetoINVESTIGATION VetoINVESTIGATION VetoiN
INVESTIGATION iN DEFERRED DEFERREDDISCREPANCY DEFERREDDISCREPANCY DEFERREDDISCREPANCY
DISCREPANCY IN PRICES COMES COMESUP COMESUP COMESUP
UP FOR DISCUSSION DISCUSSIONi DISCUS ION IONS
CI i USPICIONS USPICIO S of a scandal were wer stirred stirredup
S 0 up at t the city ci council mooting last lastevenlner lasteveafn lastevenine
evenlner The discussion arose are e over overthe 01the overthe
the message of Mayor R P Mwrrte wrls ve vetoing vitoing t ttOln ¬
toing tOln = the autbprizatton by the council councilwf neU neUwe
wf the purchase of 10 1 acres or asphalt asphaltland aphaitland pbalt pbaltland
land thirtyfive tbir ne miles from Weatwater WeetwaterUtah WeatwaterUtah VoetW8terCtah
Utah Councilman Black led off whit witiia itil itila
a statement that he was 88 net familiar familiarwith familialwith familiarwith
with the details of CJ the controversy c ntrov r3Y but buthe butbe buthe
he thought thou ht some action ought to be tak takmembers taken taken
en to Indicate Indieate the good name of the theInembers themembers
members membersCouncilman InembersCouncUmlUl membersCouncilman
Councilman Martin offered a resolution resolutionreciting resolutionredUng resolutionrecing
reciting that the mayor m o had in inhllS Oils inca message mfSIla incasage ¬
sage Ila e said I > kl that tha th property had d been beenoffered b beenoffered n noftered
offered to the special asphalt committee committeefor commlltfor eommittefor
for 1000 and that the committee baa hnaafterward hattafterward baaafterward
afterward agreed to pay 4000 for it itThen ItThen itThen
Then in the resolution came a a whereas whereasdeclaring wberf whereasdeciaring > lS lSdeclaring
declaring that such a statement coming comingfrom comlt1gfrlm coiningfrom
from the H chief executive places not only onlythe onlyth onlythe
the th < special committee handling the mal maiter malter matter
ter under suspicion but also every oth othfr othfrmember othirmember r rmember
member who voted for the Pope propo proposition proposition propodtlon ¬
sition Another whereas wher set 86 forth that thatif thatif thatif
if the statement made by the mayor mayorshould m m53rshould 1 1shoUld
should be found correct there could bo bono beno heno
no question that the Interests of the thepeople thepte thepeople
people pte whom the members m m1telS represent de demands demands demends ¬
mands that a careful e relut and searching in inquiry Inquiry Inqulry ¬
quiry into the matter be made The reso resolution retiOhdon resolutlon ¬
lution closed ch 1 with a proposal to refer referthe retprr retprtJr referthe
the whole matter to a meeting n of the tfeecommittee thecommittee
tJr tJrvio vio idr idrolock
committee of r the th whole to be held at S Soclock Soeloek
oclock Wednesday Wtd day evening at which whlnllUtUl whleht whichthe
the t mayor was Wwsto to be invitedto Inft to be pres prssfouncilman presCouncilman presCouncilman
Councilman Black offered oCfer as a substi substitute substitute ubtltate ¬
tute that the man who wrote the editorial editorialpublished editorialpubl editorialpubilahed
published publ in T 1I1e ie Herald wherein her ln the themembers them themembers
members m mbfo18 or the council who voted for forthe fortJl forthin
the tJl Pope pe proposition pr fOlUon were criticised crttlcl ed be bealso bealso bealso
also invited to come before the commit committee ¬
tee of the whole After adopting this thisi
i I i amendment and changing the time of ofto orfm offmeeting
fm fmeeting U g of the committee o of the whole wh016to
to 7 o clock p m Wednesday WlClne dR Feb 8 the tnerewolHtlon there tfleresolatloit
rewolHtlon re ohtUOIl was s adopted But baton bet re Us Usadoption Ibiutoptlon itsaitoption
adoption Councilmen Martin Black Tud Tuddeuham Tuddeuh Tuddeuham
deuham deuh m and others made speeches de defending dfnUng dofending ¬
fending nUng the councils action and Coun Councilman Councim Conscilman ¬
cilman cim ll Hartenstcin upheld the mayors mayorsXPtrt
XPtrt pt
Mayor Takes the Floor FloorA
A few moments later Councilman Har Hartenstein Halte Hartenstein
tenstein te 8teln got the action of the council in inadopting inadoptln6 illadoptIng
adopting the resolution set aside and andMayor andI andMayor
Mayor Morris orris was given glv n the privilege ot otthe orthe ofthe
I the floor for the purpose of explaining explainingwhy explainingwhy explainingwhy
why he had stated In his message that thatthe thatI thatthe
I the Pope property was at one time of offered 0 0fered olered
fered to the city for 1000 He Mid h hi he hehlMl hebed
i h bed l been told that the offer had been beenheard lH Deeltmade < eu eumade
made throe months a ago and that be had ha1heurd hadheard
heard the same statement a number m r of oftimes ortimes ofttmos
times since sinceMayor sinceltIayor sinceMayor
Mayor Morris orrls then caused the follow following followin followtag ¬
tag in letter from William G Nebeker to tobe toread tobe
be read readThe readThe readThe
The special s lal committee on asphalt asphaltChairman aspbaltChairman esphaltChuirman
Chairman Black absent a t composed e of ofWood ofartln ofWood
Wood Martin artln Tuddenham Tudd ham end Fern Fernstrom Fernstrom Fernstrom
strom met about 11 111 p m on one Wed Wednesday Wednesday Vednesda ¬
nesday nesda after a session of committee commlt or orthe orthe otthe
the whole had listened to Attorney Attonte Jr JrB P PB tB
B Stephens Mr lr Mahler and Attorney Attorneyrond AttornfYlIIey AttorneyWIhley
WIhley lIIey not DO D 0 on the thesuburhan suburban raH raHroad raitroad
road There Ther were present A J Davis DavisI DavisMr KI KII
I Mr Ir R M Pope Mr lr Clark and d Xebeker XebekerThey NebekerThey ebektrI
I They The considered the Hobson H on or Clark Clarkproposition Clarkproposition
proposition osition also Elias Gardner claim claimupon claimUttOR claimupon
upon which some light lI at was we thrown thrownwhich thrownwpch throwitwhich
which confused oon used A J I Iavis > avis Also Mr MrPopes MrPopes Ir IrP
Popes P peS proposition jl fH tUon was aa offered orrer by Ne Nebeker lX lXI XeI
I beker verbally jfer r 1UOQ i a city citytctaim clty1 clty1rhlim clt cltIrkiim
rhlim tctaim of ISO ecr cre er 1 Jt Was re reJeefed rejested
< jested The Th Clark property p o was fa favorably favorabb Iaeorably
vorably acted upon u and referred reterredto to coni conimittee CODJmltlee conimittee
mittee of the whole wCe When lita th thcommlt thcommltt commit committee
tee t e of the whole met the Pope Popeproperty PUIJeI PopeProperty
I property Ir peort was considered at 4ei 4 Mr MrWelts MrVeUs 11
Welts ols chairman chairmanAfter cbaJrmanAfter chairmanAfter
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After further discussion between Coun Counoilman Councllman Comtoilman
oilman Hartenstein HartEn tein on one side ide and Coun Councilmen CeLlocilmen
I cilmen Martin Black Hartenstein Harte atelo Fern Fernt Fernstrom
t strom and A J Davis on the other all allj allI altexcept
j except Hartenstein Hartenstelnsayi saying seyI that th thy thyfailed thyfailed y yfailed
I failed to remember an offer otr r of f the Poi Poiproperty POfor PciProperty >
property for 51000 l 1500 OO it was decided to toI todefe todefer
I defer further action on the he matter until untilt
t 7 p m next Slorftfay at which tne tD > it itI itlis itI
I lis is expected Mr Nebeker and Mr Po POIwlU Pole Polewill > c cwill
will be present presentMoran presentMoran Kesentran
Moran ran Veto Goes Over OverAction OverAction OverAction
Action on the veto of the Mayor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the allowance by b the he council of th thclaim thclaim thclaim <
claim of Pi PJ P J 1 Moran for 1i4 liJ3 toH for la labor Isher
her and m m4erbal erl tornJIf furn1shid ill construct COINItruting constructing
ing the new ue city Jail Wan as 8 aefernd def r1 for torone Icrone
one week It Councilman E II IL Dttvte De sub submitted liubmltt subinitted ¬
mitted mltt < > d a letter > tter from 1Iigson Hig on RossiUr RossiUrsubstantiating Ro Rossitersubstantiating sit < r rsUbStantiating
substantiating the claim of Mocen Mo n that thathe thathf thathe
he bid on a stoker for the Jair on tin tlubasis t tinbasis hr hrba
basis ba b of the price of 785 78Smade made by It th thAmerican thAnterlcan thAmerican
American Stoker company to the boaro boaroof boaltpre boareof
of public works worksPetitions
Petitions were presented pre ented f trom from represu represutiitives repreStlltaties represcutatives
tiitives of the merchants of th the city clt tht ththorsemen tiahorsemen
horsemen and the owners of automobiles automobilesasking automobI1asking
asking that certain c + > rtain streets and nd cross crosswalks crosswalks crosswalks ¬
walks be kept in better repair It t was wasreferred wasrcfcrred
referred to the committee on streets streetsThe streetsThe Nets NetsTh
The Th ordinance regulating resulati the else an a it l Iriiutruetton
construction of billboards wa wN J 4ace < l J o oJ oJfinal fl flfinal
final passage and was s lost by b a vote t ut
7 ayes to 4 noes Councilman Mart Xarthgave itartii itartiigave it itgave
gave notice of reconsideration at the next nextmeeting nextmeeting
meeting meetingAction m > eUng eUngAction
Action on the four petition and coo coivtracts cootr5cts 111 111tr
tracts tr cts for leasing easln Warm lnn Springs Spl1n was af afferred de deferred doferred < ¬
ferred until next meeting m meetingTESTIMONYFORADAMS tlo tloe
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TESTIMONYFORADAMS TESTIMONYFORADAMSEvidence FOR ADAMS ADAMSEvidence
Evidence Accumulating That the thePeabody thePeabody thePeabody
Peabody W Witnesses tnesses lied liedMore LiedMore liedMore
More or Less LessDe8er LessDeaver v vDenver
Denver Feb fc Glne Kine Ine witnesses wlt witneissear witneissearaer AIe8 uer uerexamined aerexamined a aexamined
examined today tod8 in the Pea PedbodyAdam PeabedyAdatrisgubernatorial bodyAda ns nsgubernatorial
gubernatorial contest Two TwooC of the wit witnesses witntsses ¬
nesses ne who are well known ciUxene el0 hue
been declared not to reside de hi the th plarrs plarrsfrom pia piafrom ptscfroni
from which whl h they voted They Thl > testified testifiedtlvy tMJttfic1ttW
tlvy ttW th y baa Hvcd at these tbe e places for some sometime 1 somctime OmeUrn
time timeThe Urn UrnI
timeThe The Ju4 judges and elerks of precinct precinctward eo 3 3ward
ait aitU
iS iSdC
ward w 3 3 all declared dC that the U elation elationwas eltetioiiwas lo lowas
was fair and honest One of them woni woniover WflLover n nover
over a list of names declared by b tlK tlKcanvasser thocanvati thtcanvasser
canvasser canvati el to be made up pi etdents It nonresi nonresidents nilTesl nilTesldfnt ¬
dents < The witnesses 1tn rpcognized t < ogni ed from fromhalf fromhalf fromhalf
half a dozen to two scope sco or the names namesand nameIand namesand
and declared they were genuine enulne vote voteThe vtteaThe Qteii QteiiThe
The Republican attorneys tliscoverec tliscoverecseventyone dlSover1evpntone diseovertseventyone
seventyone votes east from the St Joe Joehotel Joehotel Joehotel
hotel and examined all the witnesses > s on onthis onthis onthis
this point One of them declared there therewere therpwere
were thirtyfive rooms in the house housewhich 11001 11001which housewhich >
which was a worklngmans workI gnNU1s hotel anti suuithat antithat aiiiithat
that each room contained from two t wo 0 to tothree totbrtt tothree
three beds bedsSeveral bedsSveral bedsSeveral
Several witnesses ateo d 1140 o identified their theirballots theirballots theirballots
ballots which had been pronounced pronounCt < fraud fraudulent fr1ilduleut fraudUlehlt ¬
ulent by exports exportsA
A number of witnesses wltn 8 wore w failed at atthe atthe atthe
the sight igbt session and all identifitii th thdr thdrballotM thirballots < ir irballots
ballots The witnesses 8 also testified t < l ifd to toth tutJo toth
th > honesty honSt of the election in thHr pre precimt prednct peeci
cimt ci itt < Some of the witness wftnt > t < 8 < S aiiralttti aiiraltttithat admtttdthat tdmltttthat
that there had been fraudulent voting votingbut v fIttln fIttlnbut tlng tlngbut
but they the had seen lie e evidence of fraud frauduJcnt kaudicnt fraudtient
uJcnt votliur votliurHattie votIn votInHatU Un UnHatUe
Hattie A Davidson a Republican Republi < lI judge judgein
in precinct 9 ward 4 who is u also iso s sc scretary r rrotary rrtary
rotary to Chairman Williams V ltam ot the Re Kerublican ReIubUcaD ReJublican
rublican city committee eommlt eo te teatitl tifi tfttP ° Hl d that In lither Inllr inher
her opinion there had be been n no fraudu fraudulent frauduJ fraudulent ¬
lent J < nt voting in her precinct Tht Th expert expertreported expsrtreported pert pertr
reported r < portOO seventeen spurious urlou ballots after afterhis at afterhis r rhis
his examination of tho ballots 1 Jlofs cast ast in inthe 10the inthe
the precinct Thomas A Smith Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic judge in precinct 13 of ward 11 said sakthe saidbe sakihe
he knew fortyfour of the sixtyfour per persons pfrgons perSons ¬
sons whose ballots were clas da cIaacd od among amonRthe amongth amongthe
the th number numberdeloun denounced < d fraudulent raud lont by the theoxcarts therlerts theegpertL
oxcarts oxcartsSetfen egpertLSeien rlerts rlertsSeen
Seen supreme court watoharswere watehQ vere on onthe onthe onthe
the stand and declared that despite the theclaims theclaims theclaims
claims of fraud made by the experts they theyhad t1e t1ehnd theyhad
had witnessed only onl quiet and orderly orderlytions elec elections qc qctions ¬
tions in the precincts to which they had hadbeen bRabeen baabeen
been assigned assignedPARDONS nsshnedPARDONS
4 4PARDONS
PARDONS REFUSED REFUSEDWashington REFUSEDWashington REFUSEDWashington
Washington Feb 6 6Dhe Bhe president presidenthas pn sident sidenthas
has declined to grant the application applicationfor
for pardon fited in behalf b lr of Diller B Band BandsamU Baudantihl
and andsamU Samuel l A AS > to Groffpbtivlcfcad Groffinvieted of con conspiracy conspIlif cnsplritcy ¬
spiracy spIlif Y ltwdefraud t defraud the iornment ov overnment rnment in inconnection inconnection inconnection
connection with the thepostoIDce postofflce cases
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