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f Z THIS T SALT SALTLAKEIRALD LAKE HERALD MOJSDAY FEB B 20 19Q5 19Q
JUSTICE CARON CARONWAS CARDNW CARONWASMJSTAKN
WAS W WASMJSTAKN WASMJSTAKNth1911i AS MISTAKEN MISTAKENShould MI TAK N NSh
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Should Sh th1911i uld Have ve Quashedwrits Qu QuasiiedctTritsjjt siteaWrlts in 1 the fheGreeneGaynor theGreeneGaynor he heGreeneGaynor
GreeneGaynor Case CaseEXCU CaseEXCUSE
EXCUSE EXCU E IS UNTENABLE UNTENABLEiCAUSTIC UNTENABLECAUSTIC UNTENABLECAUSTIC
CAUSTIC CRITICISM CR TICISM OF BRITISH BRITISHPRIVY BRITISHPRIVY BRITISHPRIVY
PRIVY COUNCIL COUNCILWashington COUNCILWashlnKton COUNCILWahington
Washington Feb is 1 1DThe The depart department departmen departnent ¬
ment men of or justice j sUc has as received a copy COP of ofthe orthe ofthe
the decision of o the judicial committee committeeof mmltteeof
of the English privy council in the theGaynorGreene theGa3morGrecne theGaynorGrecrne
GaynorGreene case rendered on the the8th th th8th theSth
8th Inst Instant nt the main points of which whichwere whichwere whichwere
were outlined In the Associated Press Pressat Pressat Pressat
at that time The decision was favora favorable favorable favorable ¬
ble to the United States and will result resultin resultIn resultIn
in a reopening of the extradition pro proceedings proceedlngs proceedings ¬
ceedings in the Canadian courts against againstMessrs against1le8sr5 againstMessrs
Messrs Gaynor and Greene who are aretechnically aretchnlqal1y aretechniqaily
technically charged with obtaining gov government govcrnment go gocrnment ¬
crnment money under false pretenses pretensesThe pretensesThe pretenseslhe
The judgment of the privy council as asunderstood aslInderstood astinderstood
understood here after a full perusal perusalof I
of f its it opinion is that the two judg judgments judgments judgrnents ¬
ments or Justice Caron dismissing the themotion themotion I Imotion
motion of orthe the United States to quash quashwrits quashwrits I
writs of habeas corpus in favor of Gay Gaynor Gaynor Gaynor ¬
nor and Greene were erroneous that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the writs should have been quashed be because because because ¬
cause the prisoners were held under underproper underproper underproper
proper arrest and detention by a com competent competent cornpetent ¬
petent tribunal an extradition commis commissioner commisslonerfor cornrnissloner ¬
sioner slonerfor for the purpose of inquiry in inpursuance inpursuance Inpursuance
pursuance of the th British extradition extraditionlaw
law as to whether an extraditable of offense oftense oftense ¬
tense had been committed or not notMistake no notMistake I IMistake
Mistake of Caron CaronThe CaronThe I ITh
The Th privy council does not agree agreewith abIeeWith agreewith
with Justice Caron that because the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States charged a conspiracy conspiracywhich conspiracywhich conspiracywhich
which is not an orrense within the ex extradition extradition cxtradition ¬
tradition treaty the prisoners were en entitled entitled entitled ¬
titled to discharge since the privy privycouncil priYcouncil privycouncil
council points out that the indictment indictmentfor indictmentfor
for conspiracy con pir cy charges overt acts of oflarceny otlarceny oflarceny
larceny which is an offense under the theextradition th2extradltloIJ theextradition
extradition treaty and the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStaten
States could treat this alleged larceny larcenyas
as a a distinct and independent extradi extraditable extraditable extraditable ¬
table offense offenseJustice offensoJpstlce offenseJpstlce
Jpstlce Caron the council holds in ineffect inerrcct Ineffect
effect should have allowed the extradi extradition extradition extradition ¬
tion proceedings and particularly the thequestion theQuestion thequestion
question of o how bo much evidence there therewas there1as therewas
was of larceny to be duly and properly properlyinvestigated properlyI properlyInvestigated
investigated I cstgaled under the British statute statutewithout statutewithout statutewithout
without interference by bJ him himCaustic himCaustic himCaustic
Caustic Criticism CriticismAbout CriticismAbout CriticismAbout
About half of the opinion rendered renderedby
by the privy council deals with the pro proceedings proedlngs prooedings ¬
ceedings in the case up to the time that thatJustice thatJusUee thatJustice
Justice Caron took a hand in it The Theopinion Theopinion Theopinion
opinion speaks in rather caustic terms termsof
of Justice Carons action saying sa ng that thathe thathe thathe
he ultimately discharged the accused accusedfrom accu accuedfrom ed edfrom
from custody eusto J upon grounds which their theirlordships th thlrIordshlps lr lrlord
lordships lord hlps have some difficulty in fol following following following ¬
lowing
Burnetts Vanilla Extract ExtractIs
Is the best and the best is none too toogood toosuod toorood
good for your food and drink Insist Insiston
on having Burnetts BurnettsDEATH BurnettsDEATH BurnettsDEATH
DEATH TO TOTRADING TRADING STAMPS STAMPSButchers STAMPSButchers STAMPSButchers
Butchers and and Retail Grocers Grocersfu Ifx ix May M i
1 as the Date For Fora a Show Showdown Showdown Showdown
down downThe downThe downThe
The action of the Butchers and Retail RetailGrocers RetailGrocers RetailGrocers
Grocers association in refusing to handle handlegoods handlegoods handlegoods
goods after Amy lIa 1 with premiums and andtrading ahl1radJnS ufldtrading
trading stamps attached has met with withgeneral willeneral vltligeneral
general approval throughout the city clt The Thedealers Thedealers lhedealers
dealers have made it clear to their cus customers customers customors ¬
tomers that the giving of premiums and andstamps andstumps andstamps
stamps Is the work ot tho manufacturers manufacturersand
and Hn that in the long run the consumer is isthe isthe isthe
the loser and not the gainer by the thcpractice thelraoUco thepractice
practice practiceSpeaking practiceSpesking lraoUcoSpeaking
Speaking about this mattor last evening
Secretary John A Burt said saidTrading saidTrading
Trading stamps are a dead issue in
this city and will remain dead from now nowon nowon nowon
on wo Vc aro going to give our patrons patronsJust patronsJust patronslust
Just as good or better value for their theirmoney theirmoney theirmoney
money and it will be a much more sat satisfactory satIsfactory satisfactory ¬
isfactory way wa of doing business I might mightmention mightmention mightmention
mention in regard to the stamp evil that thatone thatone thatOflt
one merchant has paid as high as 800 for forstamps forstamps or ortlmps
stamps In one month Now who is It ItUnit ittlUlt ittaat
Unit pays for these stamps It isnt a at ase acase
case se ot t giving something for nothing ot and andreful andon
Jf infn r tr g gtlmt
on careful reful investigation you will I F find findthat fi findthat
that it IK the th consumer who has to pay pa path
the th fiddler in the long run He has to topay tofJ topay
pay actual cash for r every stamp s given givenhim
fJ g zrrPin zrrPinwa
him though t h he docs o not ng look Zk at it in that thatway thatway
way wa when hen he makes a purchase The Thestamp Thestamp Thestamp
stamp man is not in business for his hishealth hishealth hishealth
health neither Is i the retail dealer So Soyou Soou Soyou
you ou can see that it must be the consumer consumerwho consumerwho consumerwho
who loses in the end It is just the same samewav samea sameway
way a with 1th premium goods goodsFrom goodsrom goodsFrom
From rom the expressions of opinions I Ihave Ihavo Ihave
have gathered throughout the city c1t I am amfree amtrf amfree
free trf > o to say that the vast majority of ofconsumers otconsumers ofconsumers
consumers are satisfied that they the arc not notgetting notNtlng notgetting
getting the full value of their money and andthey andthey andthey
they will 11I be willing to return to the old oldway oldway oldway
way or doing business after May Ma 1 Wo Wohave Wehave Wchao
have set that date so far in advance In Inorder Inorder Incrder
order to be fair to the dealer who has a alot alot aot
lot ot of these stamps on hand and whoought whoought who whoought
ought to be permitted to get rid of them themwithout themwithou themwithout
without any pecuniary loss to himself himselfand himselfnd himselfsad
and nd also nI o to t help out tho consumers who whotre whore whoore
ore < re ting to fill their books and get getsomo Jetsomo getsomo
somo little thing back for all the trouble troublethey trouhlethr troublethey
they thr have gOne ne to in making their col collections collcctfons collections ¬
lections
REPORTS ALL QUIET QUIETWashington QUIETYashlngton QUIETWashington
Washington Feb 19 19A A cablegram rc rccolvod rcolvOO reecivod
colvod at the navy department today toda todafrom todayfrom
from Rear Admiral Slgsbec commanding commandingthe
the th Caribbean squadron with Ith headquar headquarters headtuarters ¬
ters at Monte Cristi renprts that every everything eenthin everything ¬
thing thin is quiet in San Domingo Affairs Affairsh Affairshe
he h adds arc progressing in a satisfactory satisfactorymanner satilSfactorymanner satisfactorymanner
manner
KEEP K6 P CLOSE GiOSFojJO GiOSFojJOf1A JO JOContinued TOPLQg
f1A PLQg ciHfWAEtS ciHfWAEtSConllnued tL tLt
Continued Conllnued Cont1nuedfroth f from oni Page Pagol 1 11u h j
1ft 4 t I to t111ideathoaud I IUs
o
Us 111ideathoaud death cleBthaULI and fragments of flesjhwere flesjhwerefourra f1 fleshwerfoutni 1Lwer 1LwertoUJ111
fourra tfirih dli The < rtop top of the th the1foot 12 foot oot parapet parapetof
of the ejsenai amongthe amo tmong g the Napoleonic Napoleonicguns NapoI nic nicsun
l lUntlll V VUntill
guns gunsUntlil r
Untill the thh funeral funcr which vbichhtis has been beenfixed en enixed enfixed
fixed for f rJr Thursday T4ursdayVeb Feb 23 3 th remains remainsof
of 0 Grand rahd puke Sergius will rest in the theanciont theanciont theancient
anciont dIg difi 1 room of the < phaudoff phaudoffmonastery haudorr haudorrmonasterJ haudoffmonastery
monastery to which throughout the theday theay theday
day ay the people of Moscow have been beenadmitted beenadmitted beenadmitted
admitted to pay their last respects in inparties Inparties inparties
parties of one on hundred This precau precaution precaution precaution ¬
tion was taken because it was thought thoughtnecessary thoughtnecessary tnoughtnecessary
necessary to avoid the t e possibility of ofdemonstrations oCemonstratlorts ofuemonstrations
demonstrations The body of the grand grandduke grandduke grandduke
duke dressed in the uniform of the theFifth theFifth theFifth
Fifth Kieff grenadiers of which he hewas hewas hewas
was the honorary colonel rests in an anoaken anOaken anoaken
oaken coffin Only the breast of the theuniform theuniform
uniform upon which is an inscription inscriptioncf 1
cf c the Savior and the orders of the thegiand thegiand
giand duke is visible The Bible beside besidethe besidethe besidethe
the head of the coffin bears the ortho orthodox orthodox orthoclox ¬
dox cross in silver and the imperial imperialeagles tinp Imperialeagles rial rialeagles
eagles eaglesThe eaglesThe eaglesThe
The assassin remains persistently si silent siIlnt siICflt ¬
lent His identity has not yet been es established established established ¬
tablished and although the police have havebeen haveeen have1een
been een trying diligently they have been beensible beentnable
tnable to find any clews dews to any pos possible possible
sible accomplice The assassins pa papers papers papers ¬
pers and nd clothes offer no means of ofIdentification otidentifIcation ofIdentification
Identification and his pass evidently evidentlywas
was forged and appears never to have havebeen haveteen havebeen
been issued His photographs have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been taken to be dispatched to all the theuniversities theuniversftles theunIversities
universities but If the assassin is ac actually actu actually ¬
tually tu < lly a workman and andnot not a student studentthe studentthe studentthe
the police mayfind may flnd themselves at sea seaGrand seaGrand seaGrand
Grand Duke Sergius coachman whoWas whowas who whowas
was thought to be dying at the time timeof timeif tImeCr
of if the affair is still alive and may re recover recover recover ¬
cover coverThe coverThe coverThe
The city presents an aspect of deep deepgloom de deepgiooth p pgloom
gloom There was no music in the res restaurants restaurants restaurants ¬
taurants and there wete no perfor performances performances performances ¬
mances at the theatres The Imper Imperial ImperIal Imperlal ¬
ial manifesto voicing the he grief of the theemperor theemperor theemperor
emperor is posted at street str et corners cornersthroughout COr11er5throughout cornersthrouglunit
throughout the city cit and nd the crime crimestill crimestill crimestill
still forms the only topic of o discus discussion di discussion cus cussion ¬
sion sionMany
Many mourning wreaths from royal royalpersonages royalpersonages royalpersohages
personages and prominent officials officialshave officialshave officialshave
have arrived and have been placed in inthe inthe Inthe
the monastery around the coffin coffinJAPANESE coffinJAPA coffinJAPANESE
JAPANESE JAPA USE COMMENT COMMENTMurder COMMENTMurder cOMMENTMurder
Murder of Grand Duke Attributed Attributedto ttributedt
to t Oppression OppressionTokio OppressionToklo OppressionTokio
Tokio Feb 19 19Commentlnp Commenting on the theassassination theassassination theassassination
assassination of Grand Duke Sergius Sergiusat
at Moscow the JiJI Shimpo expresses expressesits
its sympathy sym athy at his cruel death but butdeclares butdeclares butdeclares
declares the act actis is attributable to the thehighhanded thehighhanded thehighhanded
highhanded manner per of the Russfan Russfangovernment RUSsfangovernment Russiangovernment
government in suppressing the recent recentlabor recentlabor recentlabor
labor demonstrations The papers say
that oppressive measures against ex expression expression expression ¬
pression of natural wishes invite such suchoutrages suchoutrages suchoutrages
outrages from the oppressed oppressedThe
The war in the far east resulted resultedfrom resultedtrom resultedfrom
from thc aggressive action of the Rus Russian Russian Russian ¬
sian government with which the Russian Rus Russian Russian ¬
sian people have little sympathy the theJiji theJijl theJul
Jiji Shimpo a adds addsIn addsIn elds eldsIn
In one sense sense Japan is waging a war waragainst waragainst waragainst
against the Russian nation nrisln nrislnfrom arising
from oppression by autocracy but Ja Japan Japan Japan ¬
pan is fighting the government and andnot andnot andnot
not the people of Russia RussiaThe RussiaThe RussiaThe
The paper predicts a better under understanding understanding understanding ¬
standing between the two peoples after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the war has ended and after again la lamenting lamentlng lamenting ¬
menting the crime which resulted In Intjhe Inhe In1he
tjhe he death dootlior of Grand Duke Sergius Sergiusex Sergiusexpresses ex expresses expresses ¬
presses the hope that it will be fruit ¬
ful of good gooc results resultsOther resultsOther resultsOther
Other newspapers ne spapers comment in a asimilar asimilar
similar strain on the assassination of oftbe
the grand ralld duke dukej dukeMASS dukeMASS
j MASS IN NEW YORK YORKImpressive YORKimpressive YORKfmpresslve
Impressive Scene at the Cathedral Cathedralof
of St Nicholas NicholasYrk NicholasNew NicholasNew
New York Fcb ld lAt At the Russian
Cathedral of St Nicholas a requiem mass
for the Grand Duke Sergius of Russia was
celebrated today The scene was most
impressive as the great congregation
holding lighted candles responded to the thechants thechants thechants
chants of the blackrobed priests officiat
Ing at the catafalque which had been
placed in the center of the edifice edificev edlflCeinR
inR Rev Alexander d lr HQtovitzky v v it i y j < the n pastor IJCIOIUI IJCIOIUIsaid
in his s sermon said that the assassination assassinationof s sfN
of the grand duke was a sad blow against
the real freedom of Russia that the act actof actot actof
of the assassin a sassln would not bring about a
betterment of conditions but that vio yb 10 ¬
lence would retard the liberal tendencies tendenciesof tenden les lesot
of that country that the act further ¬
more moreS was not perpetrated by Russians
or by b men who had the welfare of Russia Russiaat
at heart for no real patriot would throw throwa
a bomb into the Kremlin which is a asacred asacred asacred
sacred place Russia said the preacher preacherwas
was maligned and calumniated through throughout ¬
out the wortd and many of the infamous infamouscharges infamouscharges infamouscharges
charges apalnst a1 alnst the Russian government governmentwere governmentwere
were wholly untrue and other happen happenDemand
lings poses ings were exaggerated for poll political tical pur purposes purposes
Demand Shorter Hours HoursWarsaw HoursWarsaw HoursWarsaw
Warsaw Feb 19 19The 9 Thc chemists assist assistants assistants assistants ¬
ants here have struck demanding short shorter ¬
er hours and one free day each week A Amajority Amnjorlty Amajority
majority of the other strikers have re resumed resamed resumed ¬
sumed work the only on I important branch branchstill branchstill branchstill
still out being the iron workers workersThe worl5ersThe woriersThe
The strike has resulted in a consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able general improvement in the condi
tipn of tho men They Tbe liars Jae secured high higher higher ¬ 1
er wages and shorter hours hour Tn the tan tannins tant tanning ¬
nins industries t the men secured the first firstadvance firstadvance
advance in wages i iin in forty years yearsRevolutionists yoarsRevolutionists i
Revolutionists Busy BusySt
St Petersburg Flcb b 19 Revolutionary j
literature is being Ing distributed broadcast broadcastthroughout broadcasthrouhout
throughout the capital and is to be bepicked bepicked I Ipicked
picked up in offices and factories where i
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I
TODAY TODAYTOP TODAYTop TODAYTop
TOP COATS AND AND HATS HATSWINDOW H HPsWINDOW AT ATVINDOV
WINDOW EXHIBIT OF OFWHAT OFWHAT OFWHAT
WHAT TO WEAR WEARJ WEARfJIThe WEAR4jThe
fJIThe J The show windows w 1idows of this shop shopare
are always alva s interesting Asthesea Astheseason As these theseson the se seson
son advances the proper things ings to towear tow towear
wear w ar will appear as they arrive arriveToday arriveToday arriveToday
Today the showing is the new newSparingTop newR newTop
SparingTop R g Top Coats of H SM SMmakes S M Mmakes Mmakes
makes and Youmans Y ouma s Spring Black BlackHats BlackHats lac lacHats
Hats No better way to p get getposted g getposted tj tjposted
posted than keeping tab on on our1 our1windows uri uriwindows uI4indows
windows No better betterplace place to k know knowRICHARDSON knowRICHARDSON 1ow 1owRICHARDSON
RICHARDSON Ap ADAMS ADAMSA MS MSA
A CLOTHES SHOP FOR FOR MEN MENAt MEN MENrt MENt
At of rt the The Sign Signof Four FourTHIS t J7klsw THIS THISI THIS
172 I 7 2 MAIN STREET
ever e = er It It i can be scattered unobserved unobseMcd
These Th c pamphlets assert thht dissatisfac dissatisfaction dlssatlstaction dissatisfaction ¬
tion Is fast t 38t spreading In the army j
A tfciegram ttJ gram from Svehun reports a sc scrious serlQUs soriQus t
rious tia dot worklnKmen wrecking the theWJeol
house WJeol of a suspected ppUtieal Informer Informereerd
Several eerd of the rioters and a policeman policemanwcrc policemanwere j
were wounded weflndccLWorks woundedWorks WonndedWorks
Works Closed Down DownSt DownSt DownSt
St Petersburg Feb IS liThe The man managero managero managers
agero of the FrancoRussian FrancoRu lan dock dockyards dockyards loekyards
yards the Nevsky thread works the theKussoAmerican theTtuszonierlcan
KussoAmerican Rubber Rubb l company and andpther andptIier andpther I
pther establishments have decided to toclose toclose
close their works for two months ow owing owinS owIng ¬ I
ing to the t e attitude tt tude of the strikers strikersMessage strikersIf1essagc
Message From Roosevelt RooseveltSt I
St Petersburg Feb 20 205 2 a m mEm mEmperor mEmPeror Em Emperor ¬
peror Nicholas has received through Am i
bassador McCorniick a message of con c cdii n
dolence from President Pr sldent Roosevelt whichcontulns whichcontains which whichcontains
contains a a strong expression of the ab
horrence with which both the American Americangovernment Americangovernment I
government and peoi people > le view the crime crimeperpetrated crimeperpetrated I Iperpetrated
perpetrated at Moscow on Friday Frlda FrldaProbable FridayProbable j jProbable
Probable President PresidentSt
St Petersburg Pet < rsbur Feb 15 19It It Is stated statedI statedthat
that Count Solsky president d of < the eco economic ceonomic ¬
nomic I d departhient ir r of oFr8 the council n h ti of min mm ¬
isters and who enjoys the confidence of ofEmperor otEmperor ofEmperor
Emperor Nicholas will be nominated for forthe i I Ithe
the post of the president of the hC projected projectedreconstructed projectedreconstructe4
reconstructed council of ministers ministersVisit ministersVisit I IVisit
Visit of Condolence CondolenceLondon CondolenceLondon I I ILondon
London Feb 19 19Klng Kinc Edward and the thaPrince thePrince thePrince
Prince and Princess of wales t les paid a visit visito visitof J
of o condolence today to Count Berieken Berickendortt Benekendent j
dent the Russian ambassador here hcreFuneral hereFuneral I IFuneral
Funeral Thursday ThursdaySt
St Petersburg Feb 19 19Th The funeral funeralof
of the late Grand Duke Serglus hits hitsbeen b busbeen ts tsbeen
been set for Thursday Feb 23 23Quiet 23Quiet 3 3Quiet
Quiet at Lodz LodzLodz LodzLodz LodzLods
Lodz Feb 19 19Quiet Quiet continues here hereDamage hereDamage hereDamage
Damage Soon Repaired RepairedHarbin RepairedHarbin RepairedHarbin
Harbin Feb 19 19A A party of Japan Japanese Japane Japaneec ¬
ese e e and Chinese bandits destroyed the theabutment theabutment theabutment
abutment of the railway near Kaomin i
100 miles distant from here here early this thismorning thIsmornlnl thismorning
morning but the damage was repaired repairedin
in I a few hours Frontier guards heard heardan heardan heardan
an explosion at 340 oclock and found foundthat foundthat foundthat
that a charge of gun cotton had ha been beenexploded beenexploded beenexploded 1
exploded against the abutment Two Twotelegraph Twotelegraph Twotelegraph
telegraph poles were also destroyed destroyedAn
An unexploded charge of gun cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton was found 400 feet from the place placewhere placewhere placewhere
where the explosion occurred Traf Traffic Trarfie Traftie ¬
fie on the railway was wa resumed at 7 7oclock 7cclock 7oclock
oclock this morning morningThese morningThese morningThese
These attempts on the railways are arebelieved arebeUeed arebelieved
believed to have been made to cover covermovements coyermovements covermovements
movements of large bands of Chinese Chinesebandits Chinesebandits Chinesebandits
bandits across Mongolia MongoliaPeriod MongollaPriod Mongo1iaPrlod
Period Priod of Inactivity InactivityHeadquarters InactivityHeadquarters InactivityHeadquarters
Headquarters of the Russian Army ArmyHuan ArmyHuall ArmyBuan
Huan Mountain Feb 19 19AJl All is quiet quietat
at a t the front The second and third thirdarmy thirdarmy thirtiarmy
army corps in front of the First army armyof army armyo armyof
of o Japanese made an unimportant dem demonstration demonstration demonstration ¬
onstration on Feb Fe 16 advancing on the thevillages theHlages thevillages
villages of Stosintun Koutlatsze Vat Vatishan VatIshan Vatiahan
ishan and Saehetun but retired after aftertwo aftertwo aftertwo
two hours
Firing Continues ContinuesTokio ContinuesToklo ContinuesTokio
Tokio Feb 19 19Field Field Marshal Oyama Oyamareports OyamareJlorts Oyamareports
reports that the Russians are continu continuing eontlnuhig contlnubig ¬
big their defensive work in all direc directions drH drHtlons drretions ¬
tions They continued to shell sb ll portions portionsof
of the Japaneselines Japanese lInes on Friday On Onthe Onthe Oiithe
the same day they essayed a small smallinfantry smalliufantry smallinfantry
infantry attack but were repulsed repulsedBritish repulsedBritish repulsedBritish
British Steamer Seized SeizedTokio Se SeizCdTokio i d dToklo
Tokio Feb 20 1030 a m mThe The navy navydepartment navydepartment navydepartment
department announces the seizure of ofthe ofhe ofthe
the he British steamer Silviana bound boundfor boundfor boundor
for or Vladivostok with Cardiff coal The Theplace Theplace Theplace
place where the th seizure was made is isnot Isnot isnot
not stated statedTO statedTO
Cit CitTO
TO PREVENT THE GRIP GRIPLaxative GRIPLaxative GRIPLaxative
Laxative Bromo Quinine the world worldwide worMwido worldwide
wide Cold and Grip remedy rcmcd removes removesthe remov removesthe s sthe
the cause Call for the full name awl awllook antIlook andlook
look for signature of ofE E W V Grove 25c 25cBACK 25cs 25cBACK 25cBACK
s G
BACK FROM FRONITHE THE ORIENT ORIENTSteamer ORIENTSteamer OR1ENTSteamer
Steamer Siberia Brought Several SeveralNotable SeveralNotable SeveralNotable
Notable Passengers PassengersSan P ssengers ssengersSan
San Francisco Feb 19 19Ampn Ampns the ar arrivals arrivals arrivals ¬
rivals on tho steamer Siberia today was wasCount wasCount wasCount
Count A Delcoigne first secretary sccr6t ry of ofthe o othe ofthe
the Belgian embassy em bass at Washington Vas lngton who whofor whofor whofor
for two years ears has been at Se Seoul ul acting actingas
as adviser to the embcror of Korea KoreaCount JoreaCount KoreaCount
Count Delcoigne Del olJme said that affairs In InKorea InKorea inKorea
Korea are still very much unsettled The Theadvent T TJieadvent e eadent
advent of tho Japanese in the hermit hermitkingdom herrtitkingdom herniitkingdom
kingdom rendered his further presence presencethere presenccthere presencethere
there unnecessary unnecessaryAnother unnocessaryAnother unnocesetryAnother
Another passenger was D H Burnham Burnhamthe Burnhamthe Burnhamthe
the architect who was sent to Manila by bythe b bthe bythe
the government for the purpose of devis devising devising densing ¬
ing plans for the betterment of that thatplace thatplace thatplace
place Mr Burnham returned with ex extensive extensive ¬
tensive notes which he will prepare for forthe forthe forthe
the consideration of the authorities at atWashington atashlngton atWashington
Washington WashingtonE ashlngtonE
E Ashmead Bartlett who represented representedthe A
the London Times as war at correspondent correspondentIn
In the Orient was also a returning pas passenger passenger passenger ¬
senger
TILLMAN IS BETTER BETTERSouth BETTERSouth
South Carolina Senator Will Rest RestFor Reste
e For the Present PresentColumbia PresentCotumbia PresentColumbia
Columbia SC S C Feb 19 19Senator 19SenatorTillman 19SenatorTItiman Senator Senatortoday
Tillman reached his home at Trent TrentOl3 TrentOl3today 1 I Itoday
today after a brief stay in Philadelphia Philadelphiaunder Phlladelphtaunder Philadelphiaunder
under treatment of specialists The ThePhiladelphia ThePhiladelphia ThePhiladelphia
Philadelphia physicians confirmed the thadiagnosis thedlagnmlis timdiagnosis
diagnosis of his personal physician that thatSenator thatSenator thatSenator
Senator Tillman is suffering from grip grlppQlsonlng grippoisoning j jpoisoning
poisoning affecting one of hSs nerves nervesThe nervesThe nervesThe
The throat trouble from which he suf suffered suffered suffered ¬
fered last winter has ba been entirely re TelIeved relieved relieved ¬
lieved and the specialists announce announcethat announcethat announcethat
that the senators general condition Is Ispxcellent ilSxcel1ent ispxcellent
pxcellent xcel1ent but he will wl11not not return to toWashington toWashington toWashington
Washington during this session of con congress congress congress ¬
gress being advised to rest for awhile awhileSMELTER awhileI awhileSMELTER awhilee awhileSMELTER I
SMELTER SMELTER COMPANY COMPANYSUED caMpANY COMPANYSUED e I ISUED
SUED FOR DAMAGES DAMAGESButte
Butte Mont Feb 19 19An An Anacondav Anacondavspecial Anaconda Anacondaspecial Anacondaspecial
special to the Miner says sa s 31923 Is Isthe Isthe isthe
the amount of damages asked for by byAustin byAustin I IAustin
Austin and Virginia Derosier in their theirsuit theirsuit theirsuit
suit brought against the Anaconda AnacondaCopper AnacondaCopper AnacondaCopper
Copper Mining company in the district districtcourt districtcourt districtcourt
court The main allegation of the com company company cornpany ¬
pany is that their property sustained sustainedthat sU8tainedthat sustainedthat
that amount of damage by reason of ofpoisonous orpoisonous ofpoisonous
poisonous fumes from the Washoe Washoesmelter Washoesmelter ashoc ashocsmelter
smelter which killed their th jr stock and andstunted andstunted andstunted
stunted and ruined their crops cropsThe cropsThe cropsThe
The plaintiffs are owners of a farm farmin farm farmin
in the valley yalleyewst east of the city cityRUMOR cityRUMOR cityRUMOR
RUMOR NOT CREDITED CREDITEDIN
IN GERMAN CAPITAL CAPITALBerlin
Berlin Feb 19 i2Tbe The reports published publishedin publishedIf
in the United t States St that In consequence consequenceof
of If differences Wf between e nat Crown o 5e1 5e1FredCrlck Prince PrinceFrederick PrinceFrederick >
Frederick William and his fiancee the theDuchess theDuchess theDuchess
Duchess Cecilia of MecklenburgSchwerinc MecklenburgSchwerinctheir lI klenburgSchwerlntheir
their engagement would be broken off offare oftar offare
are ar < discredited here In well informed informedcircles informedcircles informedcircles
circles The crown prince and the duch duchens
j ess have been visiting lsi1lnl Florence but Sat Saturday Saturday
j urday the duchess went to Cannes t 1c 1cCause because > c
I cause of thc illness of her mother motherCOST motherCOST motherCOST
COST IS IS4T tSTOO = T9p Q GREAT GREATKingston GRE GREATKingston T TKingston
Kingston Jamaica Feb ffl 1LThc 1LThcwrecking The Thewrecking Thcwrt
wrecking wrt > cking steamer Premier returned here heretoday J1crctoday heretoday
today from Gonalves Hayti where she shewent shewent shewent
went to examine the hull of the gunboat gunboatCreteaParrot gunboatCreteaparrot gunboatCreteaParrot
CreteaParrot which was sunk in J502 J502The 1002The 1902The
The examination of the sunken u kon vesserwas vesserwasmade vcssotwasmade vcsaotwasmade
made with a view vle to raising her er bu the thecoat thocost thecost
cost is considered too great ereatWILL 1tCate 1tCatWILL greatWILL
e
WILL INVESTIGATE INVESTIGATEMexico INVESTIGATEMexico INVESTIGATESexico
Mexico City Feb 19 19The The govern government gosrnment govrnment ¬
ment has appointed appolntf d a commlssJQn of ofmilitary otmltitary ofmilitary
military men to make a report on a anew anew l lnew
new explosive invented by a New NewY1k NewY1kman York Yorkman Yorkman
man who has offcredthe exclusive cxclusi exclusivelise exclusivelisethereof iise iisethereof 1sc 1scthereot
thereof to t Mexico MexicoWiLU MexicoWL MexicoWLL
WiLU WL VISITPArtA VISIT VISITPAFAMATiIiri PA AMA JyiA JyiAd1
1
4 l TiIiri d1 Peru fuFeb Feb49 reb i yWt yWtsV B Bornb3
SO ornb3 b sV Anieiieaa l1 I n itm nm1i 5 eFto il < ito B J301in J301inh 13olf in inhas1ltne
h has1ltne s n to foti P tiZ I 1 k
POISriN POISON STORY DENIED DENIEDMrs DENIEDI DENIEDIXrs
Xr Mrs Stamford Merely rely Drank Mineral MineralWater XineralWater MineralWater
Water Which Did Hot Agree AgreeWith AgreeWith AgreeWith
With Her HerSan HerSan HerSan
San Francisco Feb 19 SThe The story < in incirculation in4ircul In4iirculation
circulation 4ircul tion to the effect that thatan an attempt attemptwas attemptr attemptWas
was recently r ently made ma ta t poison Mrs Jane JaneStanford JaneSt JaneStanford
Stanford St ford at her home in this city is ischaracterized tacharacterized 5 5characterIze
characterized by Mrs Stanford Stanfordsfriends Stanfordrienps Stanforddfrienlis
friends rienps as sensational and without withoutfoundation withoutto withoutfoundation
foundation to ndatlon According to the story
Mrs Stanford S had drunk some min mineral Thineral mIneral ¬
eral water that made her he ill and an ananalysis ananalysiu ananalysln
analysis of the liquid had later revealed revealedthe reyealedthe revealedthe
the tact that it contained cont ined poison The Thestory ThestQry Thestory
story continued to tell how Mrs lrs Stan Stanford Stanford Stanford ¬
ford suffering from nervous prostra prostration prostration prostralion ¬
tion resulting r ult1ng from the effects of the thepoison thepolson thepoison
poison had been ordered abroad by her herphysicians herPPysiclans herphysicians
physicians In company with her pri private priv private ¬
vate v te secretary Miss M s BennerfordMrs BennerfordMrsStanford Bennerord MrsStanford Mrs MrsStanford
Stanford left for the Orient O ient on the thesteamship thesteamship thesteamship
steamship Korea several days ago agoAccording agoAccording agoAccording
According to Mrs 1r3 Stanfords friends friendsthe friendsthe friendsthe
the facts of the case are that about aboutseven aboutseven aboutseven
seven weeks ago Mrs Stanford one onemorning onemorning onemorning
morning drank a glass of mineral wa water wate water ¬
ter te which nauseated her for a few mo moments moments moments ¬
ments and on the advice of friends friendsshe friendsshe friendsshe
she had h d the water analyzed but with without without withOut ¬
out sensational results r sults Being B lng of a anervous anervous anervous
nervous temperament sho sh turned the thematter thematter thematter
matter over to a local firm of detec detectives detectives detectives ¬
tives which whichalter after a dayS Investigation Investigationsatisfied investigationsatisfied Investigationsatisfied
satisfied her that no attempt had been beenmade beenmade beennid
made to Injure her and the affair was wasfinally wasfmna1b
finally 1 nall told to her friends as a joke jokeProfessor jokeProfessor jokeProfessor
Professor David Starr Jordan presi president pr president l ldent ¬
dent of Stanford university un iversIty referring
to the matter said said4lThe saidThe saidThe
4lThe The report that Mrs Stanford left
for the Orient because of an attempt attemptat
at poisoning is entirely unrounded The
fact is that Mrs Stanford was threat threatened threatened threatened
ened with pneumonia pn umonla and had been ad advised adVised adVised ¬
vised a warmer climate than San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco It was for this reason that thatshe thatshe
she started on onhe he rtrip She did how however bowever however ¬
ever tell me a amopth month ago that she had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been served with a bottle of mineral mineralwater mineralwater mineralwater
water which had a peculiar taste but butsh6 butsh butshe
she sh did not drink it She did not notthinlc notthink
think for a a minute that any attempt attemptwas attemptwas attemptwas
was being made to topolson poison her and I do donot donot donot
not believe there was wasBUILDING wasBUILDING wasBUILDINGRAILWAYS
BUILDING BUILDINGRAILWAYS BUILDINGRAILWAYSKuropatkin RAILWAYS RAILWAYSKuropatkin RAILWAYSKuropatkin
Kuropatkin Will Make Every Effort Effortto Effortto
to Stem the Tide TideTokio TideTokio TideTokio
Tokio Feb 20 20Itis 20It It Is reported that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Russians have constructed two twolight twohsht twolight
light railways one connecting Fushun Fushunand Fushunand Fushunand
and Tenting and another extending
from from Sushun to the upper Shakhe This Thisrailway Thisranway Thisrailway
railway building in connection with withother withother withother
other activities and the heavy concen concentration concentration concentration ¬
tration of troops indicates a plan to toturn toturn toturn
turn General Kurokls right rlehtGeneral rhhtGeneral rightGeneral
General Kuropatkin is continuing his hisoperations hiso11erations hisoperations
operations of increasing his entire de defenses defenses defenses ¬
fenses and gives indication of a reso resolute resolute resolute ¬
lute intention of retaining his position positionwhen positionWhCll positionwhen
when the expected great battle occurs occursThe occursTht occursThe
The Tokio newspapers print the state statement statement statement ¬
ment that 126 1 6 Japanese who were cap captured captured captured ¬ i
tured at Helkoutai were roped togeth together ¬
er and paraded through the streets of ofMukden ofIukd ofMukden
Mukden Iukd n This infprmatlon comes from fromChinese tromChinese fromChinese
Chinese sources and it is impossible impossibleto
to obtain verification here It is said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that there will Be an official inquiry
into the matter and that the Japanvse Japanvsegovernment Japan Japanuegovernment > e egovernment
government will make a protest i it the thereport thereport thereport
report is found to be true trueHAVE trueOS trueHAVE
OS OSHAVE
HAVE INVESTIGATED INVESTIGATEDTHE
THE BRIBERY BRIB RY CHARGES CHARGESSacramento CHARGESSacramento CHARGESSacramento
Sacramento Feb ID IDAfter After deliber deliberating deliberating deliberatung ¬
ating from 8 oclock until nearly mid midnight midnfsht midnight ¬
night the committee appointed to in investigate investigato investigato ¬
vestigato the bribery charges involving
State Senators Emmons French FrenchWright FrenchVright FrenchWright
Wright and Bunkers completed their theirreport thellreportp theirreport
report which will be filed at tomor tomorrow tornoIrow tomorrow ¬
row mornings sessl s seisi4ti si fl of the senate senateWhile senatePhlle senateWhile
While Phlle the members of the commit committee ¬
tee would not give direct answers as to towhether towhether towhether
whether the report will recommend the theexpulsion theexpulsion theexpulsion
expulsion of the accused men Senator SenatorSimpson Sen SenatorSimpson tor torSimpson
Simpson said saidTho saidThe saidThe
The report will recommend rec mmend that ac action action action ¬
tion be taken in the cases of the sen senators senators senators ¬
ators charged with vith bribery briberyST briberyelSiD briberySE
elSiD elSiDST
ST LOUIS OFFfCIALS OFFfCIALSSTQP OFFfCIALSSTOP OFFICIALSSTOP
STOP PRIZE FIGHT FIGHTSt
St Louis Feb 19 19A A prize fight fightwhich fightwhich fightwhich
which was to have been held in St StLouis SLLouis StLouis
Louis today todaJbetween between Al Tofte and
Young Pickett two local fighters was wasstopped wasstop11ed wasstopped
stopped by b the police just as the fight fightwas fightwas
was about to commence The police policesergeant policesergeant policesergeant I
sergeant and eight officers filed Into the theroom th throom theroom
room and ordered the fight stopped stoppedsaying stoppedsaying stoppedsaying
saying that Chief of Police Kiely had hadso hadso hadso
so ordered According to statements statementsmade statementsmade statementsmade
made at the chiefs Office the question questionof
of legitimate membership to the organ organtlzation organization organizatbon
tlzation ization giving the fight enters largely
into the matter of stopping fights It Itcould Itcould Itcould
could not be ascertained tonight wheth whether vhethor ¬
er Chief Kioly Klcl has determined that thatprize thatprize I Iprize
prize fights shall be stopped here per permanently perI perImanentl permanentiy ¬
manently manentlyINDIAN manentl manentiyINDIANKILLS
I II
INDIAN I INDIANKILLS KILLS HIS HISWHITE HISWHITESTEPFA HISWHITESTEPFATHER
WHITE WHITESTEPFA WHITESTEPFATHER WHITESTEPFATHEROphlr STEPFATHER STEPFATHEROphir THER THEROphlr
Ophlr Wash Ya h Feb 19 1 ltBecausc Because B > cause his hiswhite hiswhite hiswhite
white stepfather Eli Pettyjohn was wasabasing wasabUtiing wasabusing
abasing his squaw wife mother of Harry
the son 50J Harry killed Pettyjohn and then thenrode thcnrode thenrode
rode over er 100 miles over rough rou h country
In most inclement weather to give him himself hlmselt himself ¬
self up to the Indian agent at Miles MilesWfeah MilesW MilesWash
Wash WfeahThe W WashThe sh shThe
The tragedy occurred on the farm of ofTeresa ofTeresa
Teresa an Okanogan Indian squaw and andwidow andvldow andwidow
widow of Pettyjohn on the Colvllle res reservation reservatton ¬
ervation about six miles up the Okan Okanogaft Okanogail Okanogati
ogaft river from the junction of that thatrivfcr thatrivr thatrivLr
rivfcr with the Columbia ColumbiaCHARRED CotumbjaCHARRED ColumbjaCHARRED
CHARRED BODIES BOD I ES OF OFWOMEN OFWOME OFWOMEN
WOMEN J IN THE RUINS RUINSSalonica RUINSSalonica RUINSSalonica 1
Salonica Feb 19 191n In a fight between betweenBulgarians betweenBulgarians betweenBulgarians
Bulgarians and Turks at the village villageof
of Kuklitch near nearStrumltza Strumitza on Feb February February February ¬
ruary 16 the Bulgarians lost twenty twentykilled twentyki11etl twentykilled
killed and wpunded The Turks subse subsequently subsequently subsequently ¬
quently burned the village villageA
A commission of inquiry sent to the thespot thespot thespOt
spot discovered in the ruins the charred charredremains eharredr charredremains
remains r of fourteen women and several severalchildren scveralchildren severalchildren I
children childrenDR childrenDR childrenDR
DR HARPER HAS NO NOHOPE NOHOPE NOHOPE
HOPE OF RECOVERY RECOVERYChicago r
Chicago Feb 19 19Prcsldont President William R
Harper of the University of Chicago was 5
taken t ken to the Presbyterian Presb terian hospital hospltaCtoda today
where he wily 11 be prepared prepar < d for the opera ¬
tion to be performed on him nest Wednes ¬
day According to the statement of the thepresidents thepresidents thepresidents
presidents physicians Dr Harpers con contiltion ¬
dition remains unchanged At a confer conference conferener conferonce ¬
once of the professors of the university
today before his removal to the hospital 1
Dr Harper said he believed ho was the thevictim thevictim thevictim
victim or cancer and his chances of re recovery rccovery recovery ¬
covery were slight slightNOT slightNOT
V1a V1aNOT
NOT GUILTY OF MURDER MURDERBUT MURDERBUT MURDERBUT
BUT DECLARED INSANE INSANEDes
Des Molnes la Feb 20 20A A special from j
Dccorah la says saysAfter saysAtter SaysAfter
After a trial consuming seventeen days i
Professor T I Gifford accused of the thccrimes thecrime thecrime A
crime of murder in this place today was waspronounced waspronounced waspronounced i
pronounced by bt the jury not guilty but t
Insane Professor Pro essor Gifford killed his hisneighbor hisneIghbor hish a
neighbor h ighbor S A Bigelow on Nov s i gHe 1S04 1S04He 1904H
He H was a prominent educator of Dccorah Dccorahand Decorahand Decoraband i
and a leading member of the Methodist Methodistqburch lf Methodistqburch thoi1lst thoi1lstGburch t
qburch He will be taken to the asylum asylumon 3
on n Monday
NOT OT CONFIRMED CONFIRMEDLondon CONFIRMEDLondon CONFIRMEDLondon
London Feb eb 20 6There There Is no confirm confirmation conClrmaUonJll confirmatIon ¬
ation aUonJll 4n the newspaper new paper dispatches print printi2herethis printdd print4d p
dd < i2herethis hO bare l this mornirisrof mOrnlDrt morrjlp of thcreport the rcport pub pubHsnwlmthe pUbJ pubIfsIlihthe
Hsnwlmthe U5 tJ I the Ufilfgfi U1Stnts Statof Stntis Saturday Saturaft j 1
morningof mon1Ing iiOrnln ra f a RehorjtliHiiiristnjr ge 1ct lj thiRln InUt9 in ihc ihcCaucasus c
Caucasus Cau asp A dispatch dated TIflis de dei
i 11 jh14 i H rumors TUmOrS of riots in that thRtfC section tlon
LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE EXCHANGEPosition EXCHANGEPosition XGH NGI
Position Pos tion of Bank of England Engt ndBecom Becom Becoming BecomIng ¬
ing Stronger StrongerLondon StrongerLondon StrongerLondon
London Feb 13 15The The stock exchange exchangelast e3Changelast exchangelast
last week was active the feature being
heavy buying buyll1got of firstclass securities securitiesby
by b professionals In anticipation that thatcheaper thatcheaper thatcheaper
cheaper money will soon bring an out outslda outsldl outside
side demand demandThe demandThe demandThe
The position of ofthe the Bank ot TSngland TSnglandla
la becoming b omin stronger throUgh favorable favorableforeign favorableforeign favorableforeign
foreign exchanges allowing gold ar arrhalfJ arrivain
rivala to increase the huge reserve and andan andan andan
an early earl reduction of the bank rate is isconfidenUy isconfidently
confidently expected expect d Consols led the theweeks theweeks theweeks
weeks advance and touched 90 904 and anddespite anddespite
despite profittaking they were wellsupported wellsupported well wellsupported
supported Over Ov r ninety other securi securities securities
ties advanced in sympathy Peace Peacetalk Peacetalk Peacetalk
talk which is still indulged in has had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the effect o of weakening the demand for forJapanese forJapanese forJapanese
Japanese issues which further Im improved Improved
proved while hlle Russian securities main maintained maintamed
tamed prices prl < < e5 well Americans were weresteadily weresteadily
steadily supported d principally I > rlnclpall from fromNew fromNew
New York till Thursday Thun > da when reac reactions reactions
tions occurred owing to various influ influences infu infuences influences ¬
ences chief amon which were wer the thepreldents thepresidents
presidents preldents order for an investigation investigationof invetgaion invetgaionof
of the Standard Oil company and the theEquitable theEquitable theEquitable
Equitable Assurance Asurccc companys squab squabble squb squbble squabble
ble ble Prices Prics however only moderately moderatelychanged moderatey moderateychanged moderateiychanged
changed on the week week Union Pacific Pacificwhich Pacfic Pacficwlich Pacificwhich
which closed substantially substantalY higher on onthe onthe onthe
the reported larger larr earning powers of ofthe ofthe
the company and nd in anticipation ntclpaton of an anearly anearly
early settlement settement of the Northern Secur Seer SeerIfe Securitles
ities Ife was an exception exceptionMANY ece exceptionMANY tio tioMANY
MANY HEAR HEARHELDS HELDS HEL S BAND BANDAre BANDAe BANDAre
Are Ae Treated Teated to Vocal and ad Instru Instrumental It Instrumental ¬
mental mentl Selections Selectons at the theGrand theGrnd theGrand
Grand GrandFrom Grnd GrndFrom GrandFrom
From a musical standpoint Holds Holdsrendition Heldsrenditon ReIdsrendition
rendition renditon of Lltoffs overture Maxi Maximillian Mai Maimlian Maximillian
millian mlian Robespierre Rbesl r was probably the thehit thebit thelilt
hit of oft1e the evening ening at the Grand theater theaterconcert theateronert theaterconcert
concert onert last night but it is safe tp t say saythat saythat saythat
that the audience will wI longer remember rememberWaiter rememberValter rememberWa1ter
Waiter Ayletts A lctt5 tenor solo Sleep SleepBaby SleepBab SleepBaby
Baby Bab Sleep Mr Aylett had not been beenon beenon beenon
on the stage two minutes when the au audience andience u udlence ¬
dience discovered that thit his was a a per performance performailce ex ¬
formance formar to be remembered rememberedAfter remembered rememberedAfter
After Afer trying tring the soloist sloist out on Sleep SleepBaby SleepBaby SleepBaby
Baby Sleep his hearers called caled him himagain himagin himagain
again agin A second time tme Mr 1r Aylett was wasencored wasencored wasencored
encored and ad then presumably for a aplayful aplayful aplayful
playful criticism crtcsm some person cast castsomething castsomething castsomething
something from skywards S d5 at the sing singer singer singer ¬
er that proved to be a small smal board Mr MrAylett MrA MrAylett
Aylett A lett won the audience by b his good goodnature goodnature goodnature
nature in taking taing note of the Incident Incidentand Incidentand incidentand
and was as rewarded by an encore that thatcame tat tatcme thatcame
came cme from the the entire entlrehouse entlrehouseThe house houseThe houseThe
The Chaperons has lost none of its itspopularity Itspopuart itspopularity
popularity popuart judging juding from the reception receptiongiven recepton receptongen receptiongiven
given selections selectons from the opera oer last lastnight lastnight lastnight
gen night Bucalossis B caossls Hunting Hunting Scene Scenewas Scenewas cene cenevas
was well wel rendered a feature featur being the thevocal theocal thevocal
vocal and descriptive descriptve parts partsThe partsThe partsThe
The Grand was wa comfortably comfortbly filled fied for forlast forlast forlast
last nights performance performanceBISHOP 11erormace 11erormaceBISHOP performanceBISHOP
BISHOP MLAREN DEAD DEADHad
Had Been Confined to His Bed for fora
a Month MonthftNew MonthNew MonthNew
ftNew New York Feb Fe 19 19Right Right RevWill RevWilliam Re Rev Will Willlam Yi ¬
lam E E McLaren 1cLren Protestant Protetant Episcopal Episcopalbishop Episcopalbishop Episcopalbishop
bishop of Chicago died here tonight of ofheart orheat ofheart
heart heat failure faiure aired aled 74 years yea The Thebishop Tle Tlebishop Thebishop
bishop had been ill i Thlmore for more than a amonth amnh amonth
month mnh during during the greater geater part o of < yf the thetime thetme thetime
time tme being confined onfne to his hi bed be The Themembers Themembers Themembers
members of the th Tilshops b s ops family with wih a afew afe afew
few fe friends were at the bedside beide when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the end came Beside a widow the de deceased decesed deceased
ceased cesed is survived sunhed by one son and two twodaughters twodaughter twodaughters
daughters daughter t I IHe
He was consecrated consecrtea bishop in 18to 18toBishop 185Bishop iSiaBishop
Bishop McLaren MoLren founded the Western WesternTheological WesternTheologLml Vefter
Theological Theologi al seminary seminay in Chicago in
1883 and was the author uthol of f many re religious re reIlgious ¬
ligious works worksARRESTED work workARRESTED worksARRESTED
ARRESTED ON N GRAVE GR VE CHARGE CHARGELos CHARGE
Los Angeles Feb F b 19 19James James Mallett MallettHawkins Malett MalettHawldns MallettHawkins
Hawkins who came cme hero recentlyfrom recentlyfromRiverside recentylm recentylmRhcrslde recentlyfroinRiverside
Riverside and an whoclaims who claims San Jose Joe as ashla ashlr ashl
hla hlr hl home was wa arrested today by United UnitedStates UnItcState9 UnltelStates
States secret service agents agent on a charge chargeof
of mutilating muUaUng and counterfeiting counterfeitng United UnitedStates Unied UnitedStaten
States Statel money mone3 Hawkins Hawklnl bored helen holel in
20 gold otd pieces piece took out the gold and an andfilled
filled filed the holes wih with alloy alo The secret secretservice secretserice secretserilce
service serice men succeeded in catching catchingHawkins catchingHawkins catchingHawkins
Hawkins in the act acto of boring out a gold goldFUNERAL goldplec8J goldpieces
pieces
r
FUNERAL OF SCOVEL SCOVELWooster SCOVELYooster SCOVELWooster
Wooster 0 Feb ID 19Te IlLThe The body bo of the thclate thelate thelate
late Harry Har Sylvester Scovel the well wellknown wenknown wellknown
known war correspondent corrcpondent during the theSpanish theSpnnlsh theSpanishAmerican
Spanish SpanishAmerican American war who died in Ha Havana Hayana Havans ¬
vans last Sunday morning from the ef effects effect effeels ¬
feels fect of a surgical 5urslcal operation operaton was laid to torest torost torest
rest today in AVooster cemetery with mili military ml miiitarv ¬
tary honors honorsThe honor honorsThe
The body in charge of his hl widow and andbrother andbrother andbrother
brother Charles Charle of Plttsburg Plttbur reached reachedAVooster reache reachedWooster
AVooster Vooste today at noon The services serviceswere seMleesere serviceswere
were ere held h ld from the home of his sister sisterMrs sister1rs sisterMrs
Mrs tended 1rs W J Mullins lIulns and were cre largely larcl at attended attended attended ¬
NOT AN AMERICAN AMERICANLondon AMERICANLondon AMERICANLondon
London Feb 20 2Dispatche 20Dispatches Dispatches published publishedhero publshed publshedhere publishedhero
hero regarding regardlnJ the murder of Professor ProfessorMcLeanland Profesor Profesor1lcLeanland ProfessorMcLeaniand
McLeanland a lecturer in the Commer Commercial Commercal Cmmerclal ¬
cial cal academy at atMoscQw Moscow on Feb 16 by bya b bstudent
a student student says the professor profeor was an anEnglishman anEngishman anEngiishman
Englishman Engishman There Is no intimation Intmaton that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the crime was of a a political politcl character characterLOSS charcter charcterLOSS characterLOSS
LOSS 150000 15OOOOTyler 150000T 150000Tyler
Tyler T rler Texas Texa Feb 19 19A A disastrous disastrousfire disastrousfre disastrousfire
fire fre raged rged here at an early erl hour this thismorning thhm thismorning
morning m lnlng Seven business bm iness houses were wereconsumed wereconsumed wereconsumed
consumed Loss Lss 150000 150000TOP 15OO 15OOTOP 150000TOP
TOP FLOORS DESTROYED DESTROYEDXew
Xew Orleans Feb 19 19Te 19Tbe Thc top floors floorsof floorsof
of the sevenstory Macheta lacheta on Canal Canalstreet Canalstreet CanalStreet
street were gutted 1utted o by b fire last night nightFEEAZ nightFA nighto nightPREAK
FEEAZ FA ELECTION ELCTION BET BETMan BETMan BETMan
Man Leads a Lonely Life on a Bar Barren Barren Barreq ¬
ren Island IslandBuffalo Isl IslandBuffalo nd ndButalo
Buffalo Butalo Cor New York American Amercn AmercnAter AmericanAfter
After Ater living llvln a Robinson Crusoe Crsoe exist existence existence existernie ¬
ence for more than twelve years enrs on Pan Pancake Pancake Pancake ¬
cake Rock one of the Thousand Isles
SamueJ R R Dean has ha arrived arrved in Buffalo
Bufalo Bufalo1r
Mr 1r I Dan Dean > ean whose home is in Cleveland
took tok up his residence re idence ont or the island as astho asresult
1S92 tho 1 result of an election electon bet made in InThQ infii0
1S92The The fii0 terms of the wager were that if
he lost he 1e was wa to live lve on the most mot deso so ¬
late spot he could find In the Thousand Thouand
Isles sJot until untl a Republican Rcpublcan president had
been elected three times tmes successively Al Although Although Although ¬
though supplied suppled with provisions Dean Deanwas Deanwa Deanwas
was wa allowed alow d to sec ec no human being belnJ ex except e cxcept ¬
cept the ferryman feman who brought supplies supplieseery supples suppleseery suppliesevery
eery six Ix months monthsDuring monthsDuring monthsDuring
During the ClexvelanoHarrlson CleveladHarrison campaign capaign
in 1S92 18 Mr Dean made the bet wih with
Hon Frederick liederick R Peters in a club cub in inLondon InLondon inLondon
London Had the Englishman Englshman lost he bewan heW heW5
wan W W5 I to have led the same existence eistence on onthe onthe onthe
the Shetland Shetand Islands Island until untl a Democratic D Democraticpresident oeratc oeratcpresident
president was elected thrice Dean backed
Harrison HarrisonAfter HarrisonAtter HarrisonAfter
After the election Peters Petor released rleased Dean Deanfrom Dan Danfrom Deanfrom
from the agreement aseement Despite the pro protest protest protest
test of many may members member of the club the theAmerican theAmerica theAmerican
American America insisted on paying the debt in inthe Inthe inthe
the fullest tulest measure measul to prove than an anAmericans anAmericans
Americans word Is l as good as a gold goldHow goldI1ow
How the old world has progressed progressedsince progrssed progrssed5nce progressedsince
since 5nce I dropped out said Mr 1r D Dan Dean DeanI an anI
I think tink that 1 am a the t1e only person personwho personwho personwho
who can boast of voluntarily vollntarly taking tking on onan onan onan
an indefinite indefnite sentence of solitary soUta con confinement confincmetsald confinement ¬
finement fincmetsald said Mr Dean DeanHow Dean DeanHow
How well 1 remember the da I
wel remembr day com commenced commenced commenced ¬
menced my exileon cdle on Pancake Pancke Rock RockIt Rock RockIt
It was In June 1892 182 Four members membersof
of a London Lndon club beside bside Peters had hadcome hadcmo hadcome
come cmo across from England with wih me To Together
gether ether we went down the te St Lawrence Lawrencein Lwence LwenceIn
in a u steam barge Before Be ore starting startng I had hadasked
I asked aked a culde zuldc which was the most deso deo deolate desolate
late but still habitable habiable island In the theThousand theThousand
Thousand group grop I got this tis information Informaton Informatontrom informationfrom
from him so that publicity publcity might bo bOavoided beavoided
avoided As one of my Englsh English friends friendswas triendswa friendswas
was wa an expert navigator nalstor I knew kew that thathe thathe
he could put me on the rock rck by follow folow folowIng following
Ing the river rlyr chart and he did Had Hadthme Hadthme
thme guide Slde come along ho would have havetalked havelked havetalked
talked lked too to much muchWhen muchVhen muchVhcn
When we landed lande at the rock I real realized realIze realized ¬
ized Ize that the guide gide had told the truth truthWith tuth tuthVlth truthWith
With the theecepUon exception of a a miserable miserble grove groveof groveof
of stunted windbent pines the gove goveof place placewas placewas placewas
was barren baen barrenThe
The look of the placc coupled witji W11
t the io 0 uncanny Uncannr noiac nOI noisemade cm made ace by the s 5W sirIing irtlnc
river iver water wate nearly drove mo m mad at t tirt tItst
iirst irt view view BuUL u would ould not 10t let my m com coi coinmdcx
radcs rdcs know liow loW1 lio 1 Lfeit LfeitWith felt feltWith I
With a smile smie and nd joke I jumped ashore
when the t boats ba Us prow prowtouhed tu touched the island
Then I welcomed w6lcm d the company cmIY < ote to my Jslanc fu future tulure future
lure ture home homeCrying I ICrying It
Crying C intUkqa Hk IikQ < a birch blr blrehd dr d schoolboy SQ seboolbti 1 I Pe Ps e I Iters Ier Itars
Montreal MontrealGive MontrealGive tars t er rontral rontralGhe asked ak njc nc to return ntur with 1tl him hu to toMontreal torontral toMontreal
Give up this thi mad venture wore wrf the thewords Utevors thewords
words vors he h used u ed for It it doesnt doent kill kl you youIt youIt OU OUI
j It I will in shorten my days daysHis day daysHis
His companions Joined jolno in Wo plea Sad hndbEgc Sadbegged nd ndbepged
begged bEgc mo to leave the island hd uHJ 11e I was wasobdurate wnsoburate wasobdurate
obdurate oburate and a refuse refu < to listen Though Thoughmy TOUbh TOUbhmy Thoughmy
my heart hear was wa breaking I ws was bound boundto
to show the Englishman Englshman that thlta an Amen Amoricans Amencans morl morlcns
cans cns word wor ord was as good as a his oath oth oathAfter i iAfter IAfer
After Afer an hours argument argument the t1 Eng Enslishmen En EnIshmen Englishmen
1 lishmen me Ishmen mf I said saidGentlemen saidGentlemen embarked mbarked As A they the were wee leaving leavingme levfo levfomf I IGentemen
Gentlemen Gentemen I have your word not notto I Ito I Ito
t to let my place Iace of resldonco rcldonc be known to toahy toay toany
any ay outsiders ouUdder They acoulesced aculetd for that thatwas thatwa thatwax
i was wa one of the terms tens of the te wager wagerI I
I will not detail detai my life lfe on the Isl Island Isiand island
and For the first frst few years year It I was washorribleX washorble washorrible
j horrible Let it be remembered thatI thatIwas tb that t I Iwas Iwas
was horble cast from thg vortex rememwro of society socl t Into Intoutter intout IntoUttdr
utter ut r loneliness and then my feelings feellnpscan feelnl
can be imagined During my fourth year yearT er erT
j T commenced to got t accustomed to t the Uielife te telCe thelife
life lCe Now I have grown own to love It I so sothat s sothat
J that after settling ui un > my m affairs aralr which whichhaw whichha whichhave
j haw ha afer be been < n setUnf conducted cndute1 through an a agent agentat aget ageta
s i at a a t Cleveland Clevelnd I shall shaJ return rturn to the isl islAbout It Ita Itbout Is Isseven
About bout seven years yers after afer I went wEnt Into Intoexile Intoexie intoexile
exile Peters died His last words rs were werea wer wera
dle
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a pathetic request for mo to return to toen toelvUzatlon tocivilization
elvUzatlon civilization pathEte rquest I havo have nb doubt tat that the thewor theworr
worr caused oormy over my existence dId shpr short shorten
wor en < the cause EtaeHshmans E I hmas days as a he prophe propheS propheAlthough propheriver
S sl I
11to 11toI Although the he river rive was as thWfc Utf k wih with ice iceon iceon Iceon
on the morning after afer election eecton day day m mEngl my myEnglih J Jtake >
Englih h comrde comrades wer were at the Island to totke totake
t take Engl tke me off the rock They They took me meto meto meto
1 to the Canadian shore where a barber barberwas barberwa barberwas
was waiting for me in one of the voy voyagers i iwhich
J wa acrs waUm houses He clpped clipped n my beatd beatdwhich bearl bearlwhich I
which was three feet lone lonj and my hair hairwhichwas hairwhiehwas I Iwhic
whichwas was about thc same length tendt Then ThenT i iT II
T whic went went to Montreal aout te where 5a I I have boon boonliving beenliving i ilng
living lng in retirement retrtment since When Vhen I re return rl return
turn tur to the island I will wl write a book booktelling booktelling I Itelng
telling telng of my m experiences experience on Pancake PancakeRock PancakeRock I
Rock It will Tx a pleasant existence sit sIttung j
Rock ting tn In I the wI little ltte b house which I built buit buitmysclr builtmyself t I Imvself
myself listening tsteniuJ to the droning dronlnJ water water waterswhile i iwhile
while Whie the hustling hustlng world whirls away awaycushing awaycrushing I Icrushing
crushing cushing many and ad making makn few fewc fewReflections j jReflections
c I IReflectons
Reflections Reflectons of a Bachelor BachelorNew BachelorNew BachelorNew
New York Prcs PrcsToo Prc PresToo
Too many man bills bl spoil spoi th the income incomeas income
A Iirl girl Isnt 11de half as aCridoC afraidof pn pneumonia pneumoniaas umonla
as a she be Is of thick tblck warm stocking stockingAfter stoklngf stoekingeAfter
After Afer a woman has acquired lcqulrN1 a lot of ofknowledge ofknowlele ofknowledee 1
knowledge knowlele she Is fit ft to be most anything anythingbut anythingbut anythingbut
but a wife wifeWhat wifeVhat wifeWhat
What a girl jIrl specially speclalh likes lkC if t to be In Inbed Inbed inbed
bed wltt with another anothe and tell tel stories strleo of sav savage av avage ¬
age and criminal men until unti neither or ofthem orthem orthem
them can sleep for being afraid afraidA
A woman is so s clever that when she shewrites Jhe Jhewries shewrites
writes wries a secret on a postal card crd she hc mails mailfit malS mailsIt
it wih with her own bands bans so s no 10 one 1 will villread willread 11 11read
read it except the th one it i is addressed addreed toThe to toThe toThe
The Hoss Marines MarinesCleveland MarinesClevelan MarinesCleveland
Cleveland Clevelan Leader LeaderLittle Lder LderLite LeaderLittle
Little Lite WaldoCousin WaldoCousin Waldo Cousin Robert RoberJ of Chicago Chicagodoes Chicgo Chicgodocs Chicagodoes
does make of such
use inexplicable ineXDUcblc ex expressions expressions oxpressions ¬
pressions pressionsWaldos pressionsWaldos i iWaldos
Waldos Mother 1totberFor For instance instanceLittle instan instanceLIttle e eLtle
Little Ltle Waldo WaldoI YaldoT T was recounting to him himthc 11m 11mthe himthe
the resorded rrded instances Instnc roeountl of astral astr projec projection proje projeetion ¬
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for a few e moments moment and then lie l e made the theextraordinary theetrao theextraordinary
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never discuss discus them themProbably themPobab1y themProbably
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