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ESTABLISHED JUNE 6 t SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY FEB F B 20 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS < II set r9sults r9sultsIf rsuItsk ults >
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FAR BETTER BETTERSERVGE BETTERSERVGEFOR SERVICFOR SERVICE SERVICEFOR
FOR MUCH LESS MONEY MONEYWhat
What Municipal Ownership of Light Plants Is IsDoing IsDoing IsDoing
Doing For Logan and Other Cities CitiesX CitiesHistory CitiesHistory CitiesHistory
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History That Will Help the Citizens of Salt Lake in Estimating inEstimatingthe Estimatingthe
the Value of the PropQsed Utah Ut h Light LightRailway LightRailway LightRailway
Railway Franchise FranchiseCOST
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COST OF LIGHT AT ATHOME HOME AND ABROAD ABROADA
A comparison of the rates charged for electric light in Logan Lehi X
American Arnerio Fork and Pleasant Grove where the muncipalities own the thelighting theJIghling thelighting
lighting plants with the maximum rates stated In the proposed franchise franchisefor franchisefor y +
for thfc th Utah Light Railway company in InSalt Salt Lake does not look well wellfor wellfor weltfor
for the public spirit and enterprise of the greater city In considering x
the figures it must be borne In mind that these given for Salt Lake Lakeare Lakeare Lakeare
are based on the established e rate with th the lamps running the full twenty 4
four hours which the people in the other cities have the right to do under underthe underthe underthe
the rates r tes quoted for them Iif IL Logan the 32candle 3 candle power lamps are arefurnished arefurnlned f
furnished by the company which accounts for f r the difference in this item
between Logan and the Utah county count towns Here H re are the comparative l lfigure
figures 0
S Salt SaltLogan i
Logan Utah Co Towns Lake l
Arc lights per month uS S 00 400 4O 1200 1200Arc 1200Arc X
Arc lights li hts per month till midnight mid light 00 Q 300 oo 900 900One 900One z zOne
One 16candle power pow r light per month 35 33 3313 3 13 300 OO 4 i
Additional 16candle power lights Uht 3813 13 13 38 13 3VO SflOOne 3VOOne 3VOOne
One 32candle candle power light per month S2 6623 66 23 600 4
1 Additional 32candlft power lights S2 66 6623 a 23 600 600tifre 600of
tifre fre of arc lamps month a aLight
aInps per 00 00 150 150Light X
Light per kilowatt hour If < 0 07 o 15 15O i
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I OGAN Lehi American Fork and andPleasant andPleant andL
LOGAN L Pleasant Grove have been trying tryingthe tryingthe tryingthe
the experiment of municipal ow owlprg1tip ow1rshIl
3 orship in their light plants The re reult refult reult
fult ult of this experiment Is of special specialInterest specialjlterest specialiiterest
Interest to the people of Salt Lake at atthis atthis athug
this time in view of the movement to tofxtnd toxtnci toXtfld
fxtnd he franchise of the Utah Light LightA LightIiallway
A t Railway company comptl Y for forty years yearsfiom ycarsi
fiom i Ii mn the expiration of the franchise franchisejov
jov ow held by the company The salient salientfacts salientjats salientLlts
facts relating to the Logan and Utah Utahcounty Utahounty
0 ounty plants are given herewith herewithThe herewithThe herewithThe
The municipal lighting plant pl nt of Lo LoKan Loan Lonan
nan an was established eight months ago agoThere agoThNO agorhre
There the city owns the power the dis distribution distribution distributlon ¬
tribution plant l > > lant the power plant and andthe andthp andth
the th lamps amps The entire plant pl ut has ha cost costup cost11p cost1p
up 1p to this thl time 06000 It includes 450 450liorse 4501orse 450iorse
liorse power in Logan canyon which whichan whichttn
ttn < an be doubled without trouble to meet meettho meettho meetth
tho th demands of the growing city There Therei
i power enough in sight now to fur furiiish furloish furish
iiish ish all the light needed in a city of ofnOOO
30000 00 people A substantial power powerhouse powerhouse powerhouse
house has been erected in the canyon canyonivhere canyonh1e canyonwhere
where h1e four miles of the river is in the theabsolute theft therbolut
absolute ft control of the city Already AlreadyG600 Alreadys
s G600 < J feet of wooden skive pipe has been beent beenlllstructed beenenstructed
t instructed Thin is five feet in diame diameter dI me metfr metr ¬
ter and Is expected oxpect d to last for twenty twentyyears twentyparN twentyyoars
years parN A 800foot flume Is also 8lsoln includ included In lud ludd ¬
ed < d 1 The entire plant including the thepolo therol theiol
polo rol and wires in the city the trans transimission transmission trans111isslon
mission lines nm the generators and trans transformers transit transrmers ¬
formers it rme18 and all the apparatus that thatp thatwithtiU thatges
p ges > rti with withtiU such ha H plant cost costbut but G6000 G6000The 060007he ii60007lie
The city owned the power right to be bepin beill bewiTh
pin ill wiTh and this is held to be worth worthJlOOOflO worthlOOOOC worthtooo
JlOOOflO lOOOOC
How the Plant Is Run RunThe RunThe RunThe
The operating expenses of this plant plantnio plnnt111f
ur nio 800 per month This includes the thesalaries thealarIeg thesalarle
salaries of the manager the electrical electricalengineer electricallIgineer electricalcigineer
engineer the workmen and nd all the in incidental InddCntal incidental ¬
cidental expenses In the way of re repairs reyaIrs reTtlrs ¬
pairs The manager is Orson Smith Smith1ie Smitht1 Smithtte
1ie t1 electrical engineer Is Thomas Thom E ET EI E1anieis
T 1anieis > inies jr The plant is run under the theiro theirct the8upervlsion
< iro irct < t supervision of the city eit counclj co ncIJ
Manager laiiaer Smith reports to the eleotrical eleotricaltnmmittee ele eleetricalfltmIttee trIcal trIcalcmmlttee
tnmmittee of 0 the council each week weekevery weekJU weekORf
ORf < JU every eer three months a report is ispublished ispublished ispublished
published so that every eve 10 citizen is isTliiied Isd Isiied
Tliiied iied > d in the possession of all the theTacts thefats the1Lts
fats relating to the operation of the thelisrht thei theidit
lisrht i ht plant plantHut plantHut plantBut
Hut the feature of f the Logan situa situation sltuatiol situatioii
tion that will appeal directly to the thepeople ther theI
r I people o or Salt Lake at this time Is the thest thet theSt
< > st t of the light to the consumer Here Herenro HereTf
nro Tf the rates Three sixteencandle sixteencandleincandescent sixteencandieInande1lCent sixteencandlejni
incandescent jni tiidecent lights are furnished for forST
ST 1 per month There are no meters In Intho In1h inth
tho 1h > city ity and for the 1 the consumer consumertn
< tn tl let hi hlfJI lamps burn day da and night nighttho nighttll nighttlic
tho tll entire twentyfour hours of eery exerytlity
tlity d y in Ii the month The light of one oniRixtpencandlQ onesixtencand1o I
RixtpencandlQ fixt ncandlo power lamp ia furnished furnishedfor
for 35 cents a month and the light for fortun fortwo fortwn
two such lamps for 70 0 cents a month monthAdditional monthA monthAldlttonal I
Additional A < 1 ltlonal lights are furnished at the theTitf thett theof
Titf tt of U 18 cents per month Arc Arclights Ar Arlights Arclights
lights are furnished at the flat rate of ofr ofptr off4
f4 r ptr r month Many thirtytwocandle thirtytwocandlepower tbirtytwocandlfower
power lamps are used for lighting the thestreets theft theztreets
streets ft eets and large rpoms The light for forthone forthp fortlWM
thone thp e is furnished at the rate of SS SSr 8 8IUlIt Stiti
IUlIt r nts per month and in this case also alsothe alsothe alsoY
Y the > consumer conBumerbas has the privilege prlyIl gc of run runJ runIifl
J 11 in > n his lamp night and day da if he so sotfoslres sodLretc
tfoslres 1 ires In these cases also the lamps lampsp
p 10 1 > furnished by the light company
There Thf > re are in use now in the city clt 3800 3800ptxteencandla 3800ftxtffllcandlepower 35001xteencand1e
ptxteencandla ftxtffllcandlepower power lamps The num ¬
ber la increasing rapidly rapidlyService rRpldl5crvic rapidlyService
Service Better and Cheaper CheaperManager CheaperIanager CheaperManager
Manager Smith is ntitliority ttt1thorl for the
Statement ttat ent that the system is giving gf < Ing uni unlversal uniersal
versal 181 satisfaction MU fncUJ3n that the service is
Hiptter lbt u r and cheaper than ever before beforeand beforeand beforeand
and that a proposition propo ltlon to return to the theprivate theprhate thenivate
private corporation pla pla8 of lighting the theity thtIty theIty
< ity would be howled down by b one nut universal un nutversaI i ifral ¬
versal protest from the people of the thetity theIity theIi
tity Ii t 3
tityThe 3The
The situation in Logan is complicated complicatedsomewhat complicatedsomewhat complicatediornewliat
somewhat by b the fact that the Tellur
4do ld > people have a lighting plant in the thecity theity thecity
city ity also and are supplying light for fornbout fornbout forubout
nbout 2000 OOO 16candle power lamps
The company has made a proposition propositionSo
So sell its distributing system in the thecity thecoify thecty
city to the city cIt and take In exchange exchangetP exchangepower
tP power wer In the canyon On the other otherSiand otherhand otheriand
hand the city clt has made a a counter counterproposition counterproposition Counter5ropositinn
proposition to purchase the distrib distributing distrIbuting distribtiling ¬
uting system for 38000 and has hit given giventhe g1enth giventlu
the th Telluride people until March 1 to tonept tonoc tonept
nept noc > pt or reject the proposition The Theindications Thendlcations Theidleations
indications are that the two corpora corporations corporations corporalions ¬
tions will get together on some reas reasonable reasoTIable reasonable ¬
onable basis and that in the he neat neatfuture neatfuture neartiture
future Logan will supply all the light lightXisf light1Jfd lighthd
Xisf 1Jfd > < j by the people of that city cityThe cityThe j
The Utah County Light Power Powercompany PowerCompany Powercompany
company furnishes light and power for forL
L tloasant Grove American Fork and andthf andT andLehi
T Lhi The power plant Is situated at atthf atth4
thf > mouth of American Fork canyon In InTfah Intfah Intth
Tfah county count The plant was begun In Jn3S99
3S99 and finished a year ear later It has hastpn hilSb hasb
tpn b > n In active operation since 1901 The Thecontrol Thee
control c ntrol of the stock Is held by the themunicipal thomunicipal thesnunicipat
municipal corporations of the three threecities threecHils threecities
cities mentioned the balance Is held heldby heldJJy heldb
by b private parties partiesThe partiesThe partiesThe
The original plant was soon 50 on over overloaded overJoaded overioaded ¬
loaded with drafts made upon it pros proving pro proIfg proshg ¬
ing that municipal lighting in that part partof partor partor
or the state Is popular Last year a aduplicate adupUcate aduplIcate
duplicate set of machinery was install installed InstaIli Installcr1 ¬
ed < i Provision was made for this when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the powerhouse was wa erected Addi Additions AdditIflS ¬
tions jJI1S will b bf < > made from time t tln6 tlnit tlnlbin tln6In
In aemimodate the patrons of the thecimpnny UnICnmpI thecnnlpn
cimpnny cimpnnyTho ICnmpITho cnnlpn 1 IY IYThe
Tho cost < f the plant up to o
date Including site for the power powerhouse powerhouse powerhouse ¬
house transmission lines and distribu distribution distribution distributimi ¬
tion system syst m for the three cities is 117
000 The gross earnings last year were
23000 The running expenses includ including Including includIng ¬
ing salaries and repairs were 6000 6000leaving 6000leaving 6000leaving
leaving a net balance of 17000 17000The 17000The 17000The
The company Is now furnishing light lightfor lightfor lightfor
for 4600 4i OO 16candle power lamps In all allcases allcases allcases
cases the patrons must furnish their theirown theIrown theirown
own lamps The light for a 16candle 16candlepower 16candlepower 16candlepower
power lamp Is furnished for 33 13 cents centsa
a month This Is the basis upon which whichall whichall whichall
all light is furnished A 32candle pow power powe power ¬
er e > r lamp costs 66 6623 23 cents a month monthThree rponthThree monthThree
Three 16Candle 16 andle power lights cost 1 1No 1No 1No
No meters are used so that the figures figuresquoted figUresquoted figuresquoted
quoted above a ove include light throughout throughoutthe
the whole twentyfour hours of every everyday everyday everyday
day in the month If the consumer so sodesires sodesiros sodesires
desires Arc lamps run till midnight midnightcost midnightcQst midnightCQSt
cQst 3 a month The rate per kilowatt kilowattisT kilowattIs7 kilowattis
isT is 7 cents centsThe centsThc centsThe
The company furnishes power for fortwo fortwo
two flouring mills It furnishes power powerfor powefor powerfor I
for the pumps in Utah lake for the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake valley canals It got 11000 from fromthis fromthis fromthis
this source last year yearEIGHTY yearEIGHTY ear earEIGHTY
EIGHTY YEARS HISTORY HISTORYIN
IN AMERICAN CITIES CITIESA
A brief glance backward into the thehistory Ulehistory thehistoryof
history historyof of American citics cItIesmay may assist assistthe assistthe assistthe
the people > c ple of Salt Lake in reaching reachinga reachingprppr
a proppr Pl p r estimate of the value of the
franchise asked by b the Utah Light
Railway RaUwa company Where Vh re the big
cities of the continent will be eighty clghtyears
years frpm now when the life of this
franchise would be drawing to an end
it is impossible to say sa It will not be bewithout bewithout bewithout
without profit to ascertain where the
big cites were eighty years or ninety
years ago It may surprise some of
the advocates of the franchise frapchl to learn
that eighty years ago there was just justone justone justone
one city clt in America that had a larger largerpopulation targerpopulation largerPopulation
population than Salt Lake now has
That city is New York If a monopoly
of the streets for light gas and trac ¬
tion had been given some company
In New York ninety years enrs ago it would
be worth something now
For the purpose purpose of helping the peo people people peopie ¬
ple of Salt Lake
to reach a
proper con conelusion conclusion conciusion
elusion of what a monopoly running
ninety years means a list of cities Is
herewith given together with their theirpopulations theirPOIulaUons theirpOlUIatIOfl
populations in 1820 and 1890 No city
with a smaller population than SOOOO SOOOOat
al the lie last census is considered Here
i is the list it being understood that thatwhere thatwhere thatwhere
where no figures are given for the
earlier date < the city ctYdld did not exist existAtiClity existClt existcity
AtiClity Clt city 190 1000 < 1820
Allegheny Pa 123800
Atlanta G Ca StiST sam
Baltimore Md 1 50SS67 6788
Boston Mass ass 5L8B IIM 2 S
Buffalo N cy r aS 35 S OO
I
Cambridge C mbrI ge Mass S18SC 33 3295 3 515 > 5
Camden N J T fc 75 w9IG 885
Chicago icgm
Cincinnati CincinnatiCleveland 335M2 3i 9W2 9CJ
Cleveland 0 0Columbus 8S1788 7118 7118vr
Columbus vr y yog og ogDaton O 1365W is
Denver Colo Cob CobDayton 18SSSO j
Dayton O S633S S6 = 100
Detroit DetroitFafl < 285701 2S5 U 142 II2
FtUl Grand lnritrI River Rapids Mass Mich lici 1WE63 szltel s76s s76s1ntIlanipoiis i = 1591
Indianapolis IndianapolisJersey s 100 loo1Gt iGt
Jersey City 1 N N J JKansas T 06411
Kansas City Mo IQ 163768 i
Los Angeles Cal 1 10247 479
Louisville Ky 204731 4012
Lowell Mas MasMemphis 94969 94969102J520 D4960a D4960eT
Memphis a eT Penn i iMilwaukee 102J520 102J5202S5S15 761
Milwaukee Wls WlsMinneapolis 2S5S15 2S5S1520871S i 1
Minneapolis MinneapolisNashville 20871S 20871SSOSG5 o lS
Nashville Penn TennNewark SOSG5 sos
Newark N 1 J JNew 845070 4s < riO 6507
New Haven Cone 108027 1080272S7101 7117
New Orleans OrleansNew 2S7101 2i176
New York YorkOmaha 347202 123706
Omaha Neb NebPaterson 302555
Paterson N J JPhiladelphia J 105171
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaPittsburg 1293617 G3SOJ
Pittsburg Pittsbur 221616 iIi6 7248
Portland Ore OreProvidence 90426
Providence R I 1Richmond 176607 176607S6050 17 ii01 J1 11767 6i
Richmond Va VaRochester 8 S6050 050 12067
Rochester N Y YSt 162608 2063
St Joseph Mo MoSt h > 102797 10279787623S 10 97
St Louis Mo MoSt 10 87623S 87623S16S065 i o235 238
St Paul Minn MinnSan 16S065 16S06534S7S2
San Francisco 34S7S2 3I7
Scranton Scr nton Pa PaSeattle 102096 ioso
Seattle Wash WashSyracuse 80671
Syracuse N Y YToledo 108374 1083 4
Toledo 0 0Washington 131 13lS22 13lS22ushington S23 S2327S71S
Washington D C CWorcester 27S71S 13217
Worcester Vorceste Mass IQaa 118421 118421CADET I1S41CADET
0 0MidSh
CADET FELL DEAD DEADMidshipman DEADMidshipman
eL I IHeart
MidSh Midshipman Battle Stricken t With WithHeart WithHeart
Heart Disease at Annapolis AnnapolisAnnapolis AnnapoHss AnnapolisAnnapolis
Annapolis Md Fob 13 111Midshipman Midshipman s sclo
Samuel s fOJ Westray s Battle E i1c of t the t second secondclass secondnasa
class clo at the naval academy academ a son of
Surgeon Samuel W Battle C I S N re ¬
tired of Asheville N C dropped deed deedas doodas deedas
as the brigade of midshipmen were called
to dinner formation shortly shortJ after 12
oclock lthl today o Young Battle had just
taken his hi pla place e as so third frd frdBpaf Bpaf petty officer of ofthe orthe
the second battalion when he was strick stricken stricken < < ¬
en with heart failure He toll before bcCortlnone beforeanyone < j janyone
anyone reached him and was dead when whenpicked whenpIcked whenpicked
picked up by b his mates matesMidshipman mates1Udsblpman matesiIidshipman
Midshipman Buttle entered tho acad academy acadeniy ¬
emy Jn August 1002 from Asheville and andwas andwns andwas
was 21 years of age He was an oarsman oarsmanand oanlm oarsminand n
and pulled stroke stro ko on tho last years
Varsity eight at the academy academyNAPHTHA academyNAPHTHA
NAPHTHA EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONBaku EXPLOSIONBaku EXPLOSIONJ3aku
Baku Feb 19 19An An explosion on onboard onboard onboard
board a naphtha barge today set setfire setfi1e setfive
fire to several other barges and a aJandlng aJandlng alan4ing
Jandlng stage tagc It Is reported that thattwentypeopje thattWjuly thatamity
twentypeopje tWjuly amity peope e te perished p rIshed
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ROAD ROADPREPARED ROADPREPAREDFOR PREPARED PREPAREDFOR
FOR THE STRIKE STRIKENew
New Haven Officials Have Been BeenGathering BeenGathering BeenGathering
Gathering Up Men MenFIREMEN MenFIREMEN NenFIREMEN
FIREMEN ARE CAUTIOUS CAUTIOUSWILL CAUTIOUSWILL
WILL TRY THE EFFICACY OF OFARBITRATION OFARBITRATION OFARBITRATION
ARBITRATION ARBITRATIONBW ARBITRATIONNEW
Pk I1 BW HAVEN Feb 19 19No No strike of ofthe ofthe ofI
NEW I 11 the firemen pn n the New York New NewHaven NewHaven NewHaven
Haven Hartford railroad will be bedeclared bedeclared bedeclarecj
declared except as the weapon of last lastresort lastresort lastresort
resort This in effect was the an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement made by Second S cond Vice Pres President PresIdent President ¬
ident Timothy Shea tonight at the close closeof closeof closeof
of what was practically an allday ses session sessIon seasion ¬
sion of the adjustment committee of the thebrotherhood thebrotherhood thebrotherhood
brotherhood The committee was called calledto
to discuss the situation and andoountthe andoounttheballots count the theballots theballots
ballots recently cast on the question questionof
of giving the committee full power to toact toact toact
act actAccording According to Mr Shea the ballob baUdto was wasthe wa3the wanthe
the largest ever cast on any question questionby
by b the brotherhood of this system and andit an anIt andIt
it is overwhelmingly in favor of giving givingthe givingthe givingthe
the committee full authority to act as asit asit asit
it sees fit The figures are not given givenout gIvenout givenout
out i iIr
outMr
Mr Ir Shea in an interview said that it itwas itwas Itwas
was a determined fact that there could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be no strike this week weekArbitration weekArbitration weekArbitration
Arbitration Plan PlanTomorrow PlanTomorrow PlanTomorrow
Tomorrow Mr Shea and a subcom subcommittee subcommittee subcornmittee ¬
mittee of the adjustment qommittee qommitteewill
will go to New Ne York to resume dls dlscussicm discussion diacussion
cussion of the plan of arbitration now nowproposed nowproposed nowproposed
proposed and before their return th thplan thplan thplan
plan will be arranged in all its details details1t
1t is expected and formally laid before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the officers of the road roa So sanguine Is IsMr IsMr
Mr Shea that the plan will prove a asolution asolution asolution
solution of the problem that he thinks thinksthe thinksthc thinksthe
the acute stage will have been passed passedby passedby passedby
by the midweek and the firemen will willbe willbe willbe
be satisfied with what has been agreed agreedupon agreedupon agreedupon
upon In connection with Mr Sheas Sheasstatement Sheasstatement Sheasstatement
statement it Is pointed out that the thecommittee thecotnmlttee thecommittee
committee must move carefully in informulating informulating informulating
formulating Its plan which has to take takeInto takeInto takeinto
Into consideration the Brotherhood of ofEngineers ofEngineers ofEngineers
Engineers and the railroad company companybecause campanb companybecause
because b cnuse of the great financial inter interests interests Intereats ¬
ests of which Mr Shea spoke On the thematter thematter
matter of his visit to New York yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day Mr Ir Shea would not say a word wordCounting wordCounting wordCounting
Counting the Ballots BallotsThe BallotsThe BallotsThe
The meeting of the adjustment com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee today toda continued until S oclock oclocktonight oclocktonight oelocktonight
tonight Some time was devoted to the thediscussion thediscussion thediscussion
discussion of negotiations and the thegrievance thegrievance thegrievance
grievance committee which met the thedirectors thedirectors thedirectors
directors last Tuesday made a report reportThen reportThen reportThen
Then the task of counting the ballots ballotsbegan ballotsbegan ballotsbcgan
began and for hours It proceeded Mr MrShea llrShea MrShea
Shea left the meeting before it ad adjourned adjoumed adjourned ¬
journed but declined to give out a aformal aformal aformal
formal statement He seemed to be bemore bemore bemore
more buoyant in spirit however than thanat thanat thanat
at any time since the final negotiations negotiationshave negotiationshave
have been on foot fo t Members of the com committee commltt cornmitthe ¬
mittee mltt e repelled any attempts to secure secureinterviews secureinter secureinterviews
interviews interviewsMany inter interviewsMany ews ewsIany >
Many firemen came here today be because because because ¬
cause of a report that a mass meeting meetingwas m meetingwas tJng tJngwas
was to be held to pass upon the ques question Question question ¬
tion of a strike This was erroneous A Alew Afew Afew
few of them seemed to favor a strike strikeA
A repbrt was spread that the trainmen trainmenwere trainmenwere trainmenwere
were considering the matter of a asympathetic asympathetic asympathetic
sympathetic strike but this report was wasquickly wasquicklY wasquickly
quickly disposed of when it was found foundthat foundthat fountthat
that the trainmens meeting in one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the local halls was the regular regularmonthb regularmonthbmeelIng monthly monthlymeeting monthlymeeting
meeting and had no connection with withthe withthe withthe
the firemens meetings or their troubles troublesPassengers troublePassengers troublesPassengers
Passengers on trains from New York Yorktoday Yor Yorktoday t ttoday
today reported that many of the loco locomotives lccomotives lecomotives ¬
motives were carrying three men and andthat an anthat an1that
that small bodies of men ware being beingdistributed beingdistributed beingdistributed
distributed at all the large stations stationsVISITED stationsVISIT
0 0VISITED
VISITED VISIT D PORTLAND ORE ORESTIberburg ORESilberburg ORESilberburg
Silberburg Touched Up the Coast CoastTwo CoastTwo CoastTwo
Two Years ears Ago AgoPortland Agoortland AgoPortland
Portland Ore Feb 10 I9Harr Harry SUbcr SUbcrburg SlIbrburg Sllberburg
burg who was arrested yesterday under underthe undorthe underthe
the name of J T Coleman Draytor visited visitedthis visitedthis Isftedthis
this city about two years ago In I com company company cornpany ¬
pany with a woman whom ho passed as ashis
his wife The couple wore guests at the thelargest the1argcst thelargest
largest hostelry In the city for several severaldays severalda severallays
days da during which Sllberburg passed his histime histime histime
time in company of the most exclusive exclusivesocial exclusivesocial > xcluslvesocial
social sets of Portland He was recog recognized recognized recognized ¬
nized bv the hotels detective before at attempting attemptlng ¬
tempting any crooked work and ordered orderedto
to leave the premises which he did leav leaving leavIng hearing ¬
ing a board bill of something over over one onehundred onehundred onehundred
hundred dollars as s well The police put puthim puthim puthim
him under arrest but there was no nocharge nocharge nocharge
charge lodged against him and he was wasliberated waSlIbcruted wa waliberated
liberated on condition ho would leave the thecity thec1t theditr
city c1t Ho was afterward heart from In InMinneapolis Inlnnn4apoIiN Inflnneapolls
Minneapolis Minn wherg whcr hertl it wts wa vas said f nld Jae Jaewas jcwas he1S
was 1S dying d 1nS Ina in a hospital
DO NOT BLAME GENERAL STOESSEL STOESSELFourteen
Fourteen Paroled Russian Naval Officers Arrive in San Sant SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco I
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t
Francisco on Their Way from Port Arthur Arthurto
to St Petersburg
C i AN A FRANCIS FRAoi s < JO F b 19 19Three 19Threeparoled Three Threeparoled 1
S paroled Russian R s n naval captains captainsand captainsand
>
and eleven lieutenants lI arrived arrivedhere arrIvedhere arrivedhere I
here today toda fromPort from Port Arthur en route routeThe
to Russia on the steamship SIberIa I
The party consisted of N O Von Es Essen Essen Essen ¬
sen commander of the battleship Se Sevastopol Sevastopol Sevastopol ¬
vastopol Captain E Shenslovitch Shenslovitchcommander Shensiovitchcommander Shenslovitchcommander
commander of the battleship battle in Retvizan Retvi an
Captain N A ASaxe Saxe commander of the thenaval thenaval thenaval
naval transport iSgiinaflk naok Lieutenants LJe te ant
BestoujeffJUimy A J Bezestuzeff Bez Bezdt stuzeff zeff V
Beklemesheff Beld mesheff V Butkevitch K Krot
koff B Ostelzki A Rigey S Tirtoff
P Wesselken V Dennissoff and S
Kovalevski KovalevskiThe
The naval officers had no criticism of
General Stoessel or the conduct of the
defense of Port Arthur beyond the fact factthat factthat factthat
that the Russian fleet was underman undermanned ¬
ned and hai ha not a a sufficient supply of ofammunition orammunItion ofammunition
ammunition when the war began Port
Arthur they said would have fallen
the latter part of August had it not
been for the strengthening of the land
forces with guns uns and nd men from the
fleet fleetGeneral fleetGen I
General Gen ralStoessel Stoessel said aid Captain Von
Essen Jis is a brave soldier a great greatgeneral greatgeneral greatgeneral
general and a true patriot He had lots lotsof lotsof lotsof
of ammunition certainly certainl but I never
heard of any army which could live on onammunition onammunition onammunition
ammunition Lack of food was the themain themain themain
main reason for the surrender There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were not more than 10000 ablebodied ablebodiedsoldiers ablebodiedsoldIers ablebodiedsoldiers
soldiers in the garrison when it was wassurrendered wassurrendered wassurrendered
surrendered surrenderedAccording surrenderedAccording surrenderedAccording
According to the statements of the theOfficers theofficers theofficers
Officers but little food was carried carriedthrough carriedthrough carriedthrough
through the blockade by junks junksThe junksThe junksThe
The Russian officers will leave for
NEHV MEW IBW YORK Feb 19 19PoIice Police reserves reserveswere reserveswere reservesI
I were called out tonight to disperse dispersea
a crowd said to be sympathizers sympathizerswith
with the Russian Rus Ian revolutionary par party party party ¬
ty tyEight
Eight men were arrested all giving givingforeign givingforeign givingforeign
foreign names and charged with par parading purnding parading ¬
ading without a a permit permltconectlng collecting a acrowd acrowd acrowd
crowd and holding an unlawful nieet nieetIns nieetir nieetir
Ins irThe ir
The trouble started when two police policemen polleemen policemen ¬
men came upon n a crowd cheering and andrpplauding andFpplaudIng andtpplauding
rpplauding a speech made by oneof oneoftheir one Qf Qftheir Oftheir
their number The policemen were un unsuccessful unsuccessful unsuccessful ¬
successful in dispersing the people and andcalled andcalled andcalled
called for the reserves It was said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that a red flag was being waved and andlater andlater andlater
later a sergeant of police whoassisted whoassistedin
in the raid made the statement that thaton thaton
on one of the men men arrested was in n
Washington Feb 19 l 19SittIng Sitting In spe special special special ¬
cial s sQsen on the house of f repre rftrpmtt rftrpmttlives represrtatires nita nitatlves
lives today toda conducted memorial ser services services services ¬
vices In tribute trfbute to the memory of f the thelate thelate thelate
late Senator Matthew Stanley Quay of ofPennsylvania otPennsYlvanla ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Mr Dalzell presided presidedSeven presidedSeven presidedSeven
Seven members eulogized Mr Quays Quayslife Quayslife Quayslife
life and character The remarks were wereparticularly wereparticularly V re reparticularly
particularly expressive of I the esteem esteemin
in which he was held and extolled as asa asa asa
a man as a useful public servant and andan andau andan
an organizer organ1 lJr of wonderful ability abilityMr abilityMr abilityMr
Mr Grosvenor of Ohio repeated the thedetails thedetal1s thedetails
details of a meeting held in Washihs Washihston Vashlhgton
ton in 1896 when the friends of Mr Mc McKinley McKinley McKinley
Kinley among them Senator Hanna Hannawere Hannawere Hannmlwere
were not confident of his nomination nominationand
and in which w lch emergency he said they theyturned theyurned theyturned
turned to Senator Quay to take com comPROTEST comPROTEST cornPROTEST
PROTEST OF PERU PERULima PERULima PERULima
Lima Feb 19 19The The Peruvian Peruvangoy Peruvangoyernment gov7v gov7vernment gov government
ernment has nhaJ1ded handed the ChileiiKiCh Ch Chile Ie4hcllargr tcljitrg tcljitrgdaffairesher argp
daffaireshero a protest agalitstthe re recent recent i icent ° <
cent Chilean and Bolivian treaty treat
New York in a few days Xrom which whichplace whichplace whichplace
place they will report to the Russian Russianambassador Russianambassador Russianambassador
ambassador at Washington WashingtonThey WashingtonThey f fThe
They The speak in the highest terms of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the treatment accorded them by b the theJapanese theJapanesL theJapanese
Japanese JapaneseNone JapanesLNone JapaneseNone
None would express an opinion of the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian domestic condition but they theywere theywere theywere
were hopeful that the war would have havea
a successful issue issueA l sue sueA
A Different Tale TaleVictoria Talectorla TaleVictoria
Victoria ctorla B C Feb Feb 19 1UAboard Aboard board the thesteamer thesteamer theSteamer
steamer Tartar whfoh arrived today todaywere todaywere todaywere
were Lieutenants Below and Pondy Pondyofficers PoudyofflcErs Pomidyomcers
officers of the Russian cruiser Sevasto Sevastopol Seastovol Sevastop01 ¬
pol captured at the fall of Port Ar Arthur Arthur Arthur ¬
thur They were released by the Jap Japanese Japne Japnee ¬
anese ne nee e after giving their parole The Thecaptain Thecapfa1n Thecaptain
captain of the Sevastopol and a num number numLer numnher ¬
her of other prisoners recently released releasedre
ire re expected to reach San Francisco Franciscoshortly Franciscohort1y Franciscosh
shortly sh ortly Lieutenant Below Belo character characterizes characteriZes characterizes ¬
izes General Stoessel as a a coward The Theworld Thtorld Theorld
world orld will know kno Stoessel as he is issaid Issaid issaid
said Below He is a coward Stoessel Stoesselwas StoesselWas Stoesselwas
was burrowed a great deal of the time timein timeIn timein
in a cave The real heroine was wasMadame wasIadame wasMadame
Madame Zeuhonell who when her hus husband husband husband ¬
band was killed took command of a abattery abattery abattery
battery of three elevenInch guns at atH atll ata5
H ll point commanding the water supply supplyand suppland supplyand
and held them until she was also killed killedThe killedThe killedThe
The garrison was deceived by false re reports reports reports ¬
ports of the approach of Kuropatkins Kuropatkinsarmy KuropatkInsarmy Kuropatkinsarmy
army and the Baltic fleet fleetA
A number of outbreaks have been beenstarted be beenstarted n nstarted
started recently recentl by Russian prisoners prisonersat
at t Matsuyama
WAVED THE THEREDFLAG RED FLAG IN NEW YORK YORKSympathizers YORK YORKSympathizers YORKSympathizers a
Sympathizers with the Russian Nihilists Held a Street StreetMeeting StreetMeetingan Meeting Meetingand MeetingS
S and an the Police Reserves had to be beCalled beGalle beCalled
Called Out
flammatory and revolutionary litera literature Ii tera terature ¬
ture This mans name was given as asAlbert asAlbert asAlbert
Albert Argentler and the police fourfd fourfdon
on him a subscription list for the theRussian theRussian theRussian
Russian revolutionists said to have havebeen haveben havebeen
been issued by the prorevolution com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee for Russia All the men ar arrested atrested arrested ¬
rested said they were tailors and andprotested andprotested andprotested
protested against being taken Into cus custody custody custody ¬
tody todyArgentier todyJrgentier tody4rgentier
Argentier demanded to know kno if this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city was to be like Moscow and hon honest honest honeat ¬
est workingmen denied the right to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet and denounce tyrants tyrantsYou trantsYou tyrantsYou
You can meet all right said the thesergeant thesergeant thesergeant
sergeant in charge at Madison street streetbut streetbut streetbut
but not in th the street where the meet meeting meetIngmight meetinS ¬
ing Ingmight inS might turn into a riot and a lot lotofpeople lotor lotof
ofpeople or people e ple get broken heads Obey the thelaw thelaw
law and we will not molest your meet ¬
ings
MEMORIAL SERVICES IN HONOR OF OFTHE OFTH OFTHE
THE TH E LATE SENATOR IUT M S QUAY Q JA Y
mand on account accou t of his powers as an anorganizer anorganizer anorganizer
organizer Mr Ir Quay Qua he said declined declinedbecause declinedecause dec3inedbecause
because ecause he had already committed him himself hlmselt himself ¬
self to the movements of another gen gentleman gentieman ¬
tleman nota not a candidate forthe for the presi presidency presIdency presidency ¬
dency and because he could not with without withut without ¬
out ut disappointment to that gentleman gentlemanrefuse gentlemanrefuse gentlemanrefuse
refuse to carry out what he promised promisedto
to do The incident was related by
Mr Grosvenor as s an example of Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Quays unswerving loyalty lo alty to his hispromise hispromise hispromise
promise promiseThe promiseThe promiseTIe
The following were werethose those who spoke spokeMessrs spokeMessrs spokeMessrs
Messrs Adams Sibley Kline Brown Brownand Brownand
and Bates of Pennsylvania Grosvenor GrosvenorOf
of Ohio and Goulden of New York YorkAfter YorkAfter YorkAfter
After the adoption of appropriate appropriateresolutions approprIateresolutions appropriateresolutions
resolutions the house at 140 as a furth further furthOr ¬
er r mark of respect adjourned until 12 Ii 12oclock
oclock tomorrow tomorrowSTEEL tomorrowSTEEl tomorrowS
S STEEL WORKS BURNED BURNEDrplt BURNEDPQttQlt BURNEDDtrlt
PQttQlt rplt FebJa F Feb b 19i1he 11 rrrKlco today almost al alinosi osi cn cntfcstroyTea cntlr ent1re4Y
tlr t1re4Y tfcstroyTea dCstro jestrofetpplant tnpJant tll Plant of ot thcJZ the Detroit > etrott
ftec iteei fCbeK v tastIng t5Un cpmjrttriy causing a loss iOs iOsqr
tfr ssoooo 0000 and turQtflns th lug i25 = 5 s men m n out oC ofwork
work
INDIANAPOLIS INDIANAPOLISHAS
HAS A BIG FIRE FIREFor
For Awhile the Flames Were Beyond BeyondControl BeyondControL BeyondControl
Control ControlMANY ControlMANY ControLMANY
MANY BUILDWGS BUILDINQS BURNED BURNEDLOSS BUR JED JEDLOSS
LOSS WILL AMOUNT TO MANY MANYTHOUSANDS MANYTHOUSANDS MANYTHOUSAN
THOUSANDS THOUSANDSIndianapolis THOUSANDSIndIanapolis DS DSIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind F Feb b 20 20A 20Aspark 20AC A Aspark
C spark from the fire in the whole wholesale wholesale wholesale
sale district several blocks away awayset awa awaset awayset
set fire to the roof of the Grand ho hotel botel hotel
tel The alarm again summoned summonedall
all available departments All of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the guestswere guests were aroused and be because because because
cause of the damage by water waterwere waterwere waterwere
were compelled comp 1ted to seek other otherlodgings otherlodgings otherI
I lodgings Loss 1500 1500INDIANAPOLIS 1800I 1500I
INDIANAPOLIS I Feb 19 19For For four fourI fourhours
I I hourstonight hours tonight the wholesale district districtbounded districtbounded districtbounded
bounded by Georgia and l1d Meridian Meridianstreets Meridianstreets lerldianstreets
streets Jackson Place and the Union Uniondepot Uniondepot Uniondepot
depot sheds was menaoed by a fire lirewhich firewhich firevhich
which started inthe in the wholesale ware warerooms WRXerooms warerooms
rooms of the Fahnley MeCre cCre Milli Millinery Mliiinery lmlnery ¬
nery company compan At 930 oclock three threegeneral thr thrgeneral threegeneral
general alarms brought out every everydepartment everydepartment everydepartment
department In the city and suburbs suburbsWhen ub uburbs uburbsWhen rbs rbsVhen
When thefire the fire wns va brought under con control control controt ¬ I
trol eight buildings b4Udl gs among which were werethree werethree werethree
three hotels had been completely de destroyed destroycd destroycd ¬ i
stroycd causing a loss estimated at
1500000 One Oneflreman fireman was hurt by byfalling b bfqlling byfliisg I
falling walls Firebrands fell in a per perfect perfect perfect ¬
fect storm over the business portion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the city clt and on every ever building were werestationed werestationed werestationed
stationed companies of men with fire firelighting firelighting
lighting 1 apparatus and a general con conflagration connasrationw eonflarat1onmvas ¬
flagration nasrationw was s prevented prevent ell In the A AKiefer AKI AKiefer
Kiefer KI fer Drug companys warerooms wareroomswere wareroomswere wareroomswere
were many barrels of oil and other ex explosiveswere explos cxplosives ¬
plosiveswere plos plosives es were stored in the Delmetsoh Delmetsohcompanys Delmetshompan Delmetschcompanys
companys ompan a wholesale warehouse where wherea
a seasons stock of fireworks were werelocated werelocated ere erelocated
located and several serious explosions explosionsoccurred exploslonsocculred explosnsoccurrejj
occurred The west wall of the Fahn Fahnley Fahnley FahnIcy
ley McCrea millinery house which whichfaces whichfaces whichfaces
faces on Jackson place across from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Union station fell within ithin thirty thirtyminutes thirtyminutes thirtyminutes
minutes after the fire started One Onefireman Onefiroman Onefireman
fireman sustained a broken leg and in inthe inthe inthe
the rush to escape from their perilous perilousposition perilousposition perilousposition
position near the falling walls hun hundreds hundreds hundrecls ¬
dreds of spectators who thronged the thespace thespace theSpace
space of the Union station narrowly narrowlyescaped narrowlyescaped narrowlyescaped
escaped death or serious serio s injury injuryFlames injuryFlames injuryFlames
Flames Spreading SpreadingWithin SpreadingYIthln SpeadingWithin
Within a few minutes the last wall wallfell wallfeU wallfell
fell across Meridian street completely completelyblocking completelyblocking completelyblocking
blocking trac fllbut no one was In InjuredThe injured Injured ¬
juredThe jured The flames which spread across acrossLouisiana acrossLouisiana
Louisiana street were communicated communlcotedtothe to tothe tothe
the roof of the Union station train trainsheds trainsheds
sheds and for several minutes the ef efforts efforts efforts ¬
forts of the firemen were centered in inthat Inthat Inthat
that direction The fire which was wasone WaSone wasone
one of themost the most spectacular In the his history history history ¬
tory of the city was under full head headway headway headway ¬
way before an alarm was sounded The Thefirst Thefirst Thefirst
first intimation of a a fire was received receivedwhen receivedwhen
when a watchman saw sawthe the th windows on onthe onthe onthe
the second and third floors of the east eastfront enstfront eastfront
front of Fahnley Fahnle McCreas building bundln bundlnburst
burst open allowing sheets of flame to toescape 10eSC toescape
escape eSC pe Into Meridian street A gen general genera gunera ¬
eral era alarm was turned in followed by
two others In rapid succession and by
the time the first company company reached the thescene thescene thescene
scene the millinery house was almost almostcompletely almostcompletely almostcompletely
completely gutted and the fire had hadspread hadspread hadSpread
spread to the Kiefer Drug companys companysbuilding companysbuilding companysbuilding
building Simultaneously the flames flamesbroke 11amesbroke Ilamesbroke
broke out In Jackson place which whichbounds whichbounds whichbounds
bounds the Fahnley Fahnle McCrea cCrea build building buildIng buildlug ¬
ing on the west and almost instantly instantlythe
the flames were communicated to the theSt theSt theSt
St Nicholas hotel and the Griffiths GriffithsBros GriffithsBrQs GriflithsBrqs
BrQs millinery mmlne house in Jackson place placeand placeand placeand
and the Savoy hotel in Louisiana street streetGuests streetGuests streetGuests
Guests Escaped EscapedThe EscapedThe EscapedThe
The occupants of the hotel many of ofwhom ofwhom ofwhom
whom had not retired escaped without withoutinjury withoutInjur withoutinjury
injury injuryRepeated InjurRepeated injuryRepeated
Repeated explosions in the burning burningsection burningsection burningsection
section sent skyward a veritable storm stormof stonnoC stormof
of burning embers which fanned by b a ai astiff
f i stiff breeze from the southeast were werecarried werecarried werecarried
carried Into the retail district where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they fell still burning upon the roofs roofsof roofsof roofsof
of the principal business b siness houses housesWithin housesrUhln housesWithin
Within rUhln fortyfive minutes eight eightbuildings eightbuildings eightbuildings
buildings in the threatened district hadbeen had hadbeen hadbeen
been totally totall destroyed and the atten attention atteni attention
i tion of the firemen was centered in an aneffort aneffort aneffort
effort to prevent the spread of the theflames theflame theflames
flames to the warerpoms of w V H HThompson HThompson HThompson
Thompson Co manufacturers of ofsurgical ofuIgIcal orurgicai
surgical Instruments InstrumentsWhen InstrumentsWhen instrumentsWhen
When the wall a1I collapsed in the alley alleywithout alleywithout alleywithout
without damaging the building occu occupied occupied occupied ¬
pied by b Thompson Co the flames fiameswere flameswere flameswere
were apparently brought under con control control control ¬
trol Thoprincipal Tho 0 principal losers as estimated estimatedby e > tfmatedb
by b a prominent Insurance man manFahnley manFahnley manFahniey
Fahnley McCrea building 125000 125000stock 125000stock 125000stock
stock 260000 A Keifer Drug compa company compan conipany ¬
ny n building 70000 stock 226000 225000Griffiths 226000Griffiths 226000Griffiths
Griffiths Bros building 50000 stock
150000 E C Delmetsch company
building 50000 stock 40000 Sher Shermah Sherman SherInan
mah man House building 45000 stock
10000 Savoy hotel 30000 St StCharles Stharles StCharles
Charles hotel t22000 22000 Total 1100000
J
FIRE AT DENVER DENVERSymnes DENVERSymnes DENVERSymnes
Symnes Block Destroyed D 5troyed Entailing Entailinga
a Loss of 300000 3OOOOODenver 300000Lcnver 300000Icnver
Denver Feb 19 IDTbe The Svmnes block loCk a
threestory structure occupied by stores storesand stores storesand storesand
and offices was destroyed by fire to ¬
day entailing a loss estimated at 300000 JOOOOOI
The Thecause cause of the fire has not been deter deterLeader determined determined
I mined The beal heaviest t loser Is the Grand Grandader
Leader ader department store whose loss on onwith onstock onstock
stock fixtures lxtur s etc aggregates io iowith OOO OOOwith
with Insurance amounting to 35000 Other
Tosses are Symnes estate owning the
building 100000 Insurance 72000 John Johni
i Carson Brother china and glassware
13500 Simon Brothers Jewelers 10000 j
Barrios DIaniond comuany COmDan 5000 The
latter Jatt r losses are fully ulb covered by b insur insurance insuraneP insuranee ¬
ance The balance of the total loss was wasby
incurred by persons who had offices on
Lthe the Ui upper floors of the building buildlncNEW bUlldIn buildingNEW
4 4NEW
I
I NEW ATLANTIC CABLE
Line Expected to Be in Operation Operationt
t This Summer SummerNew SummerNew SummerNew
New York Feb ID lJAt1othcr Another Atlantic Atlanticcable Atlanticcable tlantlcc
cable c ble Is to be raid I dand and bids for Its laying
have already been asked It is expected < 1
the new cable cablewihl will wUJbe bein in operation during
the coming summer Clarence Mackay Mackaysaid Mackaysaid Mackayald
said ald today that no new stock would be e is issued issued issued ¬
sued on this cable but that the cost had hadbeen hactbeen baabeen
been met by b tho Mackay company be becauF beCcut because
cause = < of a desire to keep the reserve rsere fund fundof fundofUle fundof
of ofUle the Commercial C Cable company intact intactJlr intct 1ntatMr
Jlr I Mackay added adde that the XIrst rst report reportof rQport
of the Mackay company compay to the sharehold shareholders shaehold shaeholders ¬
ers would tbemade be made within wItin the te next net fort fortnight fortnght fortnight ¬
night nght The new cable will wf embody the thelatest theIatest thelatest
latest trlcitv Iatest discoveries dlscovcres in this thi branch brnch of clec clectrlcltv ccc ccctrlcitv dcctrlcitv
t
MURDER MURDER AND SUICIDE SUICIDESeattle SUICIDES SUICIDESattle
Seattle S atte Wash W ah Feb 19X 19Castoro Castoro Valen Valentine ValenUne Valentine ¬
tine anItalian an iIaDnn ltallan teamster shot and killed killedMrs kied kiedMrs killedMrs
Mrs Gertie Gerte Assalyo saio a a young widow who whohad whohad whohad
had been In America AmerIc but four months monthsat monhs monhsat
at the tc home horn o ofF of R Marino lalno south jQpSe jQpSeattlJ JQ Qp Se Seattic c catt
attlJ att attic < hfijUrfte l1flttrtemmoon t don n After Arer kniinniJh kniinniJhwonian2nQShbt knU kiiIirir he hevnmmnImcImbtntmnseIfthroughi
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wonian2nQShbt vnmmnImcImbtntmnseIfthroughi t1 fbJrmselrthrouh hTmselF through thitlhoud thitlhoudBota tb the hoad hoadol1iel head headBotlL
won Bota died U jBtanUy 1nU rhe woman w man had rQ rQjeclcd rojeeted K Kjectcd
ol1iel
jectcd Valentines proposal vr > oa of marriage marrtgej
KEEP KEEPCLOSE CLOSE TO TOPALACE TOY TOPALACE TOPALACE Y
PALACE WALLS WALLSNo
No Place lace In Russia Safe For the theRomanoffs te teRomanoffs theRomanoffs
Romanoffs RomanoffsREIGN RomanoffsREIGN RomanoffsREIGN
REIGN OF TERROR EXISTS EXISTSASSASSINS EXISTSASSASSINS EXISTSASSASSINS
ASSASSINS SEEM TO LURK ON ONEVERY ONEVERY ONEVERY
EVERY HAND HANDkT HANDST
kT T PETERSBURG PETESBURG Feb F b > 339 J3Ia J3IamI 1 3fl n nHI ai
ST i HI mI ziiIt It has ha now been be definitely deteh de decided d dddcd drided ¬
cided that the remains rmain of G Gma GT Grm I IDuge a aDuge L LDuge
Duge Sergius S rglu8 will 1 not be brought bru t to t St StPetersburg t tPetersburg
Petersburg Petorsbur for the present prent but bt will wi he heplaced b beplaced
placed in a n temporary temporry receiving reetg vault vaultof nl vautof uk
of the cloister of the Chauft Cbauf monastery mna tIJY
to await a walt the completion completon of atera a1teraivnon alterations alterationsnow ltf
now in progress progres In 11 the Romanoff Romff maw mawsolem ma maslem niawsolemn
solemn slem in the fortrees fortree of Sta 51 Peter and andPaul an audPaul
Paul On account accunt of lack lak of space spacE in inthe I inthe
the mausoleum mausleum it I was Wi decided decide last lt yearhenceforth year yearhenceforth e
henceforth hencerorh to bury bur only rulers rule of thee tteadynasty U theedynasty
dynasty d nty in the old mausoleum musleUn an an4 and l lnew a anew
new sepulcher sepulcer In the tle new wing of Ute Utecathedral U tiecathedral
cathedral ctherl is now being bems built far fr other othermembers oe othermembers
members of the imperial family familyDanger fajmllyDanger I
Danger in the Trip TripThis TripThl TripTimis
This Thl however Is not the only rectvon rectvonfor r rfor reenfor
for the decision not to bring bJf Uie U reMftiafc reMftiafcto rsJ rsJto
to the t1e capital cpital Even Governor Goverl Gen General G Geral Geeoral ¬
eral Trepoff Trepof has recognized reczd the fct 1Ctthat fctthat tt ttthat
that no precautions can c furntoh fuMh an ADsolute aab aabsolute Ab Absolute ¬
solute guarantee guarntee of immuniy Immunity an againt againtan gain t
an act at of terrorism terrrism and at a great greatstate grM greatstate
state ftte funeral funel where ancient ctwlom cOI re re requlres
quires that the emperor enpror and all of fr oi the theRomanoff t theRomnunot
Romanoff Rornnof family famiy assemble acmble and Dd follow followthe fotlw fotlwthe fntiO fntiOthe
the coftin cotn on foot Cot a asln asingle single le bomb bob might n1 nightvIpe
wipe wl out the dynasty Regard Regrd for frt1 the thepersonal thepersonal
personal prnl safety sfet of the sovereign sverelg aim aimlias a alias al alhas
lias led to t the decision deiin that tht the te em emperor 01 oaperor ¬
peror peor shall shal not go g to Moscow Mow to t at attend attend atteed ¬
tend the funeral tunr It I is possible pctle that Ut no nomembers numember nomembers
members member of the Imperial Imptial family famiy will wil b bpresent b bpresent
present except those tloso who ho are a now nowwithin no nowihin nowwltliiii
within wihin the walls wals of the Kremlin KremlinTwo KremUnTwo KremlinTwo
Two Grand Dukes Will WlilAttend WlilAttendGrand Attend AttendGrand Atend AtendGrnd
Grand Grnd Dukes Constantine Constntnoad and Paul Paulprobably Pa Pa1probably l
probably will represent reprent the emperor empror at atthe atthe atthe
the service serice Constantine Constntne is 1 peraeiuiUy peraeiuiUypopular pe persoeallypopular l
Ua Uathe 1 1the
popular ppular never having participated prtcptei
the politics poltcs of the court curt preferring JpCer ng to todevote t todevote
devote himself to the sciences le cC 4 < and amlarts andarts
arts att and to his work at the head he of the themilitary themitry themilitary
military mitry academy academ Ho went to Moscow Moscowmmediately MoscowImmediately I sCw sCwimmediately
immediately on receipt of of the news ws of ofthe orthe ofthe
the assassination assasInaton of Grand Grnd Duke Ser Sergius 5ergiuf 5crgiut
gius giusSo giuf
So grave gve is the danger of a a repeti repetition repet repeUtlon ¬
tion ton of the Moscow 1Iosow tragedy trged that thlt sev several sey sevoral ¬
end of of the grand grml dukes have no not notstirred notstirred
stirred strred out of their palaces pla since sIn e the tkemurder t themurder
murder and instead Insted of going to t Tsar TsarskoeSelo TsQ TsarskoeSelo
skoeSelo to attend atend the requiem rqul tb tire tirethey r rthey
J 1
the3 they have haveprtcipated participated in special Bpeehl S hv hvices s < rV rVices
ices held in the chapels of their own ownpalaces oWt ownpalaces
palaces places N This Tis was the case ce as asrerds asrerdsGrnd regards ragarflBGrand regardsGrand
Grand Grnd Dukes Vladimir Vadimir and Alexis Ale A Aspecial Aspecial Aspecial
special requiem reuie also aso was wa held in the theWinter theWlntel theWinter
Winter palace paace that Governor Trepoft Trepoftmight Trepof Trepoftmight
might attend attendTrepoff atend atendTrepof attendTrepoff
Trepoff Trepof Condemned CondemnedGeneral CondemnedGeneral CondemnedGeneral
General Trepoff Trepof is said sid to beunder beundersentence be beundersentence und undsentencc
sentence by the lighting fghtng organization organizationof orgni tion tionof
of the social revolutionists evolutonits and Qd apI o af fr fara fras
as a can cn be ascertained ascertained has not notl left t his hisquarters hi hi hiquarters
quarters since the assassination Rtnlntion of ofGrand orGrnd ofGrand
Grand Grnd Duke Sergius SergiusDispatches
5 Dispatches pntc1 s Sergus Serguspntc1 from the Sntcfttibr Inteurorthat nt ror rorthat afar afarthat
that requiems fpr f r the grand gad duke due J Matte Mattebeen ita itabeen
been ue held throughout Russia RussiaTho RlBIa RussiaThe
The Th public publc Is greatly gety concerned ohcer over overthe ove overthe
the developments development of the immediate Immediate fu future future futare ¬
ture According to reports many cities citiesand eiUe citiesand
and towns are In a condition conditon of po political p pUtcal plitical ¬
litical Utcal ferment and several officiate officiatehave ofc officaehave
have been assassinated assssInaed in southern southernRussia southen southenRussia southern5Russia
Russia According to a a telephone inca message mc incasage ¬
sage from Moscow losco the students student there thoeethe thoe thoethe therethe
the afraid afrid to appear apper on the streets street in intheir intheir intheir
their uniforms uniformsStrike uniformsStrike uniformsStrike
Strike Situaton Situation Worse WorseIn
In addition the the strike strke situation situaton has hasagain hs hsagin hasagain
again agin grown menacing especially especl13r m mthe i Ia Iathe
the matter mater of the railroads rairoads three oC oCwhich o ov ofnhich
which v hieh entering Moscow are almost almost en entirely entrely entirely ¬
tirely trely tied ted up In St Petersburg the thestrike te testrike thestrike
strike has assumed the th form for of a alockout a alockout
lockout the Putiloff Putiof Iron works work the theFrancoRussian therancoRusslan theFrancoRussian
FrancoRussian works work the Ruseo RuseoAmerican RuS RuseeAmerican
American Rubber work works and ad a few fewsmaller tewsmaUer fewsmaller
smaller concerns having discharged dtscbarged all alltheir al altheir alltheir
their employes with wih the notice notce that t the theworks tb tbworks theworks
works will H be shut down indefinitely indefinitelyConsequently indelnielY indelnielYConsequently IndefinitelyConsequently
Consequently there are many alarming alarmingreports alannin alarmingreports
reports do afloat afoat as to what the men will willdo wIl willdo
doWith
With 30000 or 40000 4000 men out of ofwork ofworkfor workfor work workfor
for an indefinite Indefnite period prio even if f no nomore nomore nomore
more Join the ranks rnk of the idle riot rioting rot roting rioting ¬
ing and collisions coltlons with the police poI are arefeared arefeared arefeared
feared feared From the attitude atttude of the mart martmany manmany menmany
many masters are convinced convlnced that they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have receivd financial fnancial assistance asistance from fremsome fromson1e fromsome
some source sourceGovernment sourcQGovernment sourceGovernment
Government Embarrassed EmbarrassedThe
The closing of the te FrancoRussian FrancoRussianand FracoRu9
and the Putiloff pumo works work is a serious seriousembarrassment seIous seIousembarrsment seriousembarrassment
embarrassment embarrsment to o the government govement as asthe aste asthe
the te former Is engaged exclusively eclusively on onnavy onnavy onnavy
navy work and the he latter in manu manufacturing mau maufacturIng menufacturing ¬
facturing guns and andmunitons munitions of war warfor warfor warfor
for the army Over 25000800 2500090 projec projectiles projectiles rojectle ¬
tiles tle and ad shrapnel are being prepared preparedat
at the Putiloff PutIof works work and nd the te govern government gQv gQvment gQvrnwent ¬
ment has been compelled within wihm the thelast te te18st thelest
last ten days to place orders in i France Franceand Frc Pranceand
and Germany Geran for 125000000 16000000 worth of ofmunitions ofmunitions
munitions As the government owns
Nevsky works the minister minter of finance financehas flce flceha financehas
has ha been able to hold the men only onlyby onlyby onlyby
by conceding everything everthing they have de demanded demanded denianded ¬
manded Including Includng the te eighthour day dayThe d dayThe y yThe
The employers In i a a letter leter to Finance FinanceMinister Finace FinaceMinister FinanceMinister
Minister Kokevsoff squarely squaely disclaim disclaimell dc1am dc1amel
ell el responsibility responsibity for settling settlig the labor labortrouble labo labortrouble
trouble declaring that tat the strike is not notof notof notof
of economic origin orgin and ad that the te nature natureof
of the mens grievances gievances can only be beadjusted beadjusted beadjusted
adjusted by b political poltc reforms refor They Theyclaim Theyclaim Theyclaim
claim that the condition conditon of industry industr in inRussia laRussia inRussia
Russia renders rendes yielding yieldig to the te demands demandsof demads demadsof
of the tE men utterly utery Impossible ImpossibleTwo ImpossibleTwo impossibleTwo
Two Papers Extinguished ExtinguishedThe d dThe
The suspension for three tre months o othe of ofthe ofthe
the newspapers Our Life and Our Days Daysfollowing Days Daysfollowing
following tOlowing a second warning als Is prob probably probably probably
ably ably equivalent to the final fna extinction extinctionof extnetioa extnetioao
of o the offending otendlng journals jouas The dear dearci deo decree decreeCI e eCl
ci suspension assigns asgs a dangerous Udahgeroustendency dangeroustendency dangeroustendency
tendency to the publicationsand publctons pubhicationa and speci specifies specifIe sped spedties ¬
ties fIe several severallrieles articles upon popular popularifesttons man manifestations manifestatIonS ¬
ifestations ifesttons but the owners of the pa papers paper papass ¬
pass per believe beleve that the true tue reason Is Isthat i Isthat
that no 10 expression extresion of sorrow for the themurder th themurder
murder of Grand Duke Sergius S glus was wasprinted w wprInted waaprinted
printed In their Moscow dispatches dispate and andthat aBdthat andthat
that there was wa no word Ozd of editorial editorialcomment editora editoracomment edItorialcomment
comment comment Perhaps Perhap the best bet explana explanation expluton explunalion ¬
lion ton Is the fact that both papers which whichcirculate whic whichcirculate
circulate largely among aong the workmen workmenhave workmenhe workmenhave
have he printed prnted articles artcles bitterly bitery opposed opposedto
to o the government governmentGLOOM governmentGLOOM governmentGLOOM
GLOOM IN MOSCOW MOSCOWPeople MOSCOWPeople MOSCOWPeople
People Wait in Sience Silence For Forcthe Forthe the Next NextHorrible NextHorrible NextHorrible
Horrible HappeningMoscow Happening HappeningMoscow HappcningMoscow
Moscow Feb 19 19A A thin thi layer of ofsnow ofsow ofsnow
snow sow today has dimmed the blood bloodstains bloodstains bloodstains
stains in the senate snate square The win windows windows windows ¬
dows of the palace of justice jstce have been beenreglazed beenreglazed beaareglazed
reglazed and other hasty haty efforts efottts have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been made to obliterate obJterate traces trace of r Fri Fridays Fr Fridays ¬
days days tragedy trged Evidence Eldencehoweer however is isbeing i Isbeing
being found in most unexpected plaN s sSoldiers sSoldiers sSoldiers
Soldiers this afternoon aferoon discovered dlcvtrd many manypieces manypIeces manypieces
pieces of the te carriage ni se lit In whkh whl < h Grand GrandDuke GrandDuke GrandDuke
Duke Sergius Sergiu wasrldlng w srldlt srldIag when he met rnetContinued met metContinued
Continued Contnued on Page Pai s

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