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GORKYS LIBERTY LIBERTYWAS LtBERTYW LIBERTYWASCUT
WAS W ASCUrr CUT SHORT SHORTReleased
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Released From Prison He Was Imme Immediately Immediately Immediately ¬
diately Searrested SearrestedNOW XealTestedGOING BearrestedNOW
NOW GOING G9IrINTO INTO EXILE EXILEBITTER EXILEGRJ EXiLEBITTER
BITTER GRIEF GRJ F OF OJ WIFE AND ANDCHILDREN ANDCHILDREN ANDCH
CHILDREN CHILDRENSt CH I LDREN LDRENtV
St It tV Petersburg Feb 2S 28MaxIm Maxim Gorky Gorkyd
1 id d but a short glimpso of liberty Jlb rty today todayRrjp3s to todayRripad < 1lQ 1lQRrjfa
Rrjp3s Rripad > rd d on 5000 OX bail bulL the noted author authorwas authOrs
was as s immediately immedlat i7 rOltrrted rourr anted and conveyed conveyedti
ti t a J L place r xae > lac of confinement pending JOn Ing lo tl doAVVr loiTiutlin o
iTiutlin AVVr t tIn to somo distant city or prov provt provwhere
t where his l hJ s continued l resistance It It1s ItV
1s 1 V thought nuglit will not bo so dangerous dan uou to tot
t ie wirare of the th government as it II would wouldIXTO wouldj woudhrVtC
j < < IXTO > in St Petersburg P PetersburgThe tersbur tersburT1
The T1 release rka of M i Gorky Gork was effected effectedtY rC ted tedb
tY b uriUr of Governor General Trepoff Trepoffft
ft the th friends of the writer had over ovorTOI overLJ overm
TOI LJ V obstacle st1de after obstacle and won the thefiring thejing therng
> firing < rng consent of hierarchy and of ofi 1f 1fl
V i iJIS iis i to the be signing sl nlng of o the mandate mandatei mandateUUng mandatdmIttthg
i mtting Iflm to ball ballroarrest ballI
11 I V roarrest also was the act of tho thoi th thVVwtrfuI
VVwtrfuI i sjuwerful 1 wprtul governor general who IB un unwllIng UnniHtng 1 1willing
willing to allow such a firebrand to be bei beJrg beIVl
i iirge IVl rge in the capital of which he IB IBi IaA
i i Mrally the supreme ruler rulerGreat rulerGreat rulerSGreat
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Great Disappointment DisappointmentT Di appointmentt
T t Gorky Gork knew nothing nothln of the gover goverT over overVt
T r s decision when the doors of tho call callvihh cellI
vihh V I f < h had b been eii Me hi home for the past pastp MIst MIstf
f p f vfks kM swung open His disappoint disappointt
7V n t therefore thprf > Corp wa was pitiable when just justi justwaf
+ i < was pamlnMtout of the great roatsate roatsatetii gate gateii
V tii ii < fortress offet ot Alt Peter and St Paul Paulv Paulsahl PaulagaIn
v ± P agaIn placed Bf ced under arrest His Hisrnmo llis1nn IllsVV
> VV V rnmo 1nn flTk4 indicated I tdrcated that his health had hadf
f ivrj fnom fr m the officcls of his con confmrn conthou conVmcI
fmrn Xven ijPfl though thou h the rigors of prls prlso
o < Irkd been relaxed < 1 in his favor favori
Ir i r > tW I custody of two officers of the the4rt theAltmeflt
Altmeflt > 4rt merit of secret police which Is Isg hilgrJ Isg I
g grJ Vd rl with hh the protection of members membersimperial tnembersIf
V If > imperial imperl l family Gorky Gork was placed placedi placedc10f
i 1 clothed c10f < < C1 carriage ant an con conto
hI < 1 to the headquarters of tho thoret tho1t theV
V ret rt t police oJlce in a house tormer tormerholonglne tormerbllns1n formerbtlrnglng
holonglne to the jK poet et Pushkin Pushkinr
V r V h l M will spend 8 nd the night ponding pondingT I < mdlngpipt
V T Hpt ipt of orders ordf > rs assIgning ae lnln his place placeTu p1 placeruture ce ceIJl
Tu ruture IJl t H 11 re residence residenceWife residenceWife eshlenceWife
Wife Bore Up Bravely BravelyT Bravelyarrointed
T > < appointed as was M Gorky at the ther theornr thenmr I
r ornr > mr of f the days business he was no norfrr nothan noq
rfrr si q < than were his wife and children childrenw Childrenhaving
w ho 0 having hn lnK been informed of the de dev
> v < n I to release him on bail awaited his hisJrn hisV
V 1 urn home for hours When hen the ASBO ASBOProas AssoV
V > 1 Proas representative repr > flentatl visited the ther
V r > tHipnts t 1fnt occupied by the authors fam famt famI
t U > > e E windows wero brilliantly lighted lightedlonor lightedV
V lonor of the anticipated appearance appearancethr
the tf1 husband and father Mme Plosh Ploshwas Plosh1E18 PioshV
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V was as at the door the instant I tant the thei thesounded
i sounded > fl not waiting for her serv servt servOI
Vt t TIJ 1 answer n r the summons r and an anrold anV
orthileB 3
V rold OI son of tHe author darted dar out outf o om outrn
f m an adjoining room She concealed concealedr
r iiisupiiolntment I IIIJolntmf > nt bravely when In Inf
f irKd tnc If f the rearrest of her husband husbandt husbandfrtl
< t firf r frtl rId d herself lr lf to smile as site dia diath dillf
r V f k th thr probable place of his exile exileing exilei
ing i r she hc hoped hOI4 < 1 it will ne 1 > e where toe tncmar toemjt
mar V is i such r that her husbands 8 n health healthuiii healthni1 i if
W hJi IIl
1 uiii rot t suffer as it did In in his hi former formerXit t formerV
f Xit V V when he was forced to appeal for formission formf forV
V V mission mf < slon to change his re r reidence rfdence to tho thoi thoIc1
i kicr Ic1 climate of 0 the Crimea CrimeaDR Crl CrimeaV 1e 1eDR
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9 DR H D NILES PRESIDENT PRESIDENTChosen
Chosen to Head He d Country Club For ForNext ForNext ForNext
Next Yea Yeaa Y Yeqr Yeqrt e r rf
f t a meeting lost night of the new di dir d dof dir
r t tVrV r of the Country club these of off orf offVV
f fVV < ra were chosen Dr H D Sues NHesrrsidcnt Suesrcsi nes nesicSidrnt
rrsidcnt rcsi c nt E S Ferry 1ferr vice Ice president nre ldpnt C CH Cn CR
H Icarsall secretary and a F E Mc Mc3trrin McVtrrInV
n i1eeJih eJih
< 3trrin VtrrInV treasurer The i1e i1ea executive com comirirrcr c cn cornXT
irirrcr n fcC includes the president E S Ferry Ferryn Femnrd Ferrynd
n nrd d William lllam Igleheart R H Officer Of LiceI was wasrh washsrn
4 rh hsrn > srn cn haIrman of the greens gre < ns commit commiti
11 I i ami Miss Kate l te Williams chairman chairmant
Vf t th thV tennis flection of the same com comvift comi corntf
vift i tt V Mias < Williams was also named namediiaUon namedd1plfal
d1plfal 1 ifatc > to the Intormount ln Tennis TennisV lcnnisaUonR
V V V Veu < iiaUon aUonR meettng which is to be held heldI
I i < rity < < jh soon soonv soonurlon 500UIL
v resolution IL urlon was adopted providing for forirn frit Qr QrIf
irn If I to the original membership fee feefor nefflr roicr
for men and STft T for women until the therrship thecf thetiilp
rrship cf hIIJ shall have reached a limit limitF limitn limitF limitF
n
a
F r t a persistent pcrsl tent Cough PIsos Cure Curef
f r Consumption an effectual remedy remedyHARD remed remedHARD remedyHARD
HARD FIGHTING FIGHTINGON
V ON lEFT FLANK
r Continued from Paso 1 1Yslrday 1Y
1 Yslcrday Y sterday afternoon there was a vio violent vioirt io ioI
lent I storm of heavy wet snow The Thetemperature Thet Thetirperature
temperature t tT perature during the night moder moderated moderated moderntc ¬
ated ntc
No News From Tokio TokioT TokioTkio TokioTkio
T Tkio kio Feb 27 9T6 6 p m mThe The only onlyriiounoement onl onln onlyp
riiounoement n ouncement made today from the theheadquarters the1fadquarten theV
V headquarters of the Japanese armiesin armiesinManchuria annieslnIan armiesinManchuria
Manchuria Ian huria was a brief statement to the theeffect therOEt theCVf1ect
effect that the Russians continued a athat athat at1tt
that the th weather io very er cold and that thatit that1t thatIt
it is snowing snowingWeather snowIngWeather snowingWeather
Weather Turned Stormy StormyTh StormyHI1I StormyIetdQUartrs
HI1I IetdQUartrs 1l1art rs ot Gonerul Kurok Feb Febrh FebTh
Th < J Jt Juanewe = ane anetre e army nrn now holds a aIrdut a1r afrtiat
Irdut 1r lt txtindins txt xtl ndt ndffig from the vicinity of the
7 hn < H riv rivV r to tt several veral miles mllf eset ea t of t Taitac TaitserS j I
T J rS < > weather took a sudden change today todll I
1 lfIOins V online unfavorable for further opera operatu I It
tjin t tu t In The morning mornln was cloudy cloutJ and the thenternoor thenEInnOl thenPrflnorV
nternoor brouht a driving storm of ofiitl oriJd ofV
V iitl ana an snow which WAS almost a bbs blizv bUzrd
v < rd rd Tonight it la I clear and cold with withthe withHi withfLo
the Hi wind subsiding subsidingMOTION subsldlnMOTION subaidInV
e
MOTION TO QUASH QUASHCirveland QUASHCrv V Vtle
V Cirveland Crv land Feb 27 7AttoI1ey il Attorney ttol e Dawley Dawleyctnnsel Da ley leyimsfl
ctnnsel imsfl for Mrs Irs Caaoie Caa le L Chadwick ChadwlcksjTarg ChadwickV ChadwickTurg
V 1 sjTarg s > ttrg a surprise on the government this thisafternoon thisl1tcrnnnn thisLftCtfl00fl I
afternoon by filing a motion to quash quashtl quashnn quashMOTION
tl nn o indictments Jn ktmcnts against her Mrs Chad ChadT I Ik Iu
T u Uk It k was Wa the first of the score or mOre mOrefederal mtreftderal moreV
V federal prisoners prl oners to bearraigned be bere bet
t re P Jug Taylor The motion will be bel
1 arU rd tomorrow tomorrowV V
CLAIMS DUTY WAS PAIDMrs PAID P PIIDNra ID IDMrs
Mrs Chadwick Vehemently Denies DeniesThat DeniesTh Denies1h1
That Th t She Smuggled Any AnyJewelry Anyr AnyewcJry
Jewelry JewelryCleveland r ewelryCl ewcJryCleveland V
Cleveland Cl etand 0 Feb 27 7The The Plain Dealer
tomorrow wii willh will1t8 ear savMrs earMrs
Mrs 1t8 Caesle L Chadwlck has given Iven out outI
her h I side nf tlio u tluc investigation invr > < aH < Hnn Mint that Cue CIIKtoms Customa Cuetome
toms Collector Leach has been carrying carryingon
on Tor the past few weeks Colloator ColloatorIeach Co ColloatrIssch l1oatj1 I II4each
Ieach has taken possession IJol38 s lon of many thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of dollars worth of stuff that onco oncobelonged oncobelonged oncebelonged
belonged to Sirs Chadwick and has hasthrown hasthrown hasthrown
thrown the th buraon bur on of nroof on its It pres present pr prent present ¬
ent owners to prove that Mrs Chadwick Chadwicfcpaid Chadwickpaid
paid 1 > > ald duty on the thetuff stuff when It was Im Imported Imllorted unsorted ¬
ported f fIt 1If
It anyone has turned property vro1 > Qrh over to toMr tor toMr
Mr r Leach at his demand they the nave navoacted navoactedtsrr navoactedvery Ducted Ductedvery
very foolishly O and In Ignorance 1 of their theirrights theirrights
tsrr rIoTY oTY oTYi8
t
rights declared ro Mrs I Cnadwick adwick rI There Thereis
is not a t dollars d llnrs worth of stuff turt I ever everowned eVtHowned everowned
owned that was smuggled smu l d into this coun country countr countrl ¬
try tr and tho people POQ Je who iio now have any j
tiling J ever er Jia4 ought to bear b < > ar this in inml Inn11nd inmind
mind ml ml and r rpr rtse fr f to allow Mr 11 Leach I ch to toseize toelze tocalm
seize the property If Mr Leach has hasobtained hasj hasobtained
obtained il any jewelry in the e east It t is isJewelry isJewelry
Jewelry j that U N 1 Ijo sacrificed hc as security s It Itloans on onloans onloans
loans made in the years e rn 10021903 At that thattime thatUme thattime
time 1 made several e era I large loans in the thoVast thetoast theeast
Vast and secured them strongly withpersonltl with withpersonal Ij Ijpersonal
personal jewelry as collateral colla teral Subse Subsequently Sub Subsequently e equently ¬
quently It developed that the th men from fromwhom fromwhom fromwhom
whom I had h1 < 1 borrowed the money de demanded dlmanded domended ¬
manded such exorbitant commissions commh glons that thatI
I forfeited the security st urltY rather than pay paythem pa patItem
them their utterly unjust fees feesI
I will make tills offer to Mr Leach LeachIf
If he will go Into any court in the land landand landand landand
and prove that one single dollars worth worthof worthof worthof
of the property he has seized was smun smungled smu smugled smubglad
gled by me or for me I will plead guilty guiltyto
to every ever single one of o the multitudinous multitudinousIndictments multitudInousIndJctmlnts mUltittLdlflOUSindictments
Indictments against a raln5t me meMrs meM meMrs
Mrs M Chad Chadwick wick was equally vehement vehementIn
In denying the rumors that she be has a for fortune fortun fortusie ¬
tune somewhere in the old country countryFREE count countCI1 countryFREE
CI1 CI1FREE
FREE TRADE IN THE EAST EASTLogical EASTLogical EASTLogical
Logical Result of Our Possession of ofThe ofThe ofV
V The The Philippines PhilippinesAVHshlngton PhilippinesWashington bilipplnesYuhlnston
Washington Feb 27 2iChlllrman Chairman Payne Payneof
of f tlte house ways and means commit committee commlttN committee ¬
tee today filed a report r lJOrt favoring Ca orlng the thepassage thcpaJlEll thepeaaae
passage paJlEll e of the tb Curtis bill providing for fortlin forth forthf
tlin th free entry entr of product JJro uc from the Phil Philippine PhllIIJplue PhilIppiie ¬
ippine islands except sugar sub r and tobacco tobaccoon
on which 25 per cent C > lIt of the Dingle Dingleytariff Dingletarlf Dlnglelteriff
tariff its l to be collected collect d The report rt > port de deiKies dcd dodares
d dares ueS that the only logical rosult of our ouri
i < esshm t > of the islands is free trade tradena trudenaa tradeV
V na naa b bean i Oofnitoly settled it says saysthat Sa Saat saysthat
that at we will iII retain the islands until their thirU theirIJOPUlIttIOn j jimputation
imputation U I is fitted t for ref selfgovernment selfgovernmentand ef cr crl1
and lie repeats p t Secretary r r Tails sugges suggestion suggestloh ¬
tion l1 1 that this will be at least one nc gene generation gsneratIon generation ¬
ration tntil the treaty stipulation be between tJetl1lon between ¬
tween the United States States1U1d and Spain shall shallexpire shallxpi1 shaltexpire
expire > xpi1 in 1900 900 all tariff advantages given givenby givenby hcn hcnby
by the islands to us must be given to toSpatii toSPllt1 toSpitin
Spatii and for this reason re8 on reciprocal tree freetrade treetrade treetrade
trade is not feasible feasibleThe feasiblErho feasibleThe
The present bill says the report woes woesI f oes oesa
as a far as Is h practicable under > r these con conditions conflUors contiitlots ¬
ditions and it is 1 < believed no American in industry IndUHtr industry ¬
dustry dUHtr will suffer by b its enactment enactmentRnurerrntative cnncfmEutReprelfntatlvc enactmentBePrerentative
Rnurerrntative VIlllariis the house mi minority minority mlnority ¬
nority leader offered a minority report reportsicncd roportIIhnfd reportsigned
signed by himself and Representative neprl ItopresntativesSwnnsoii ntanvett ntanvettRWJtnsOIl
Swnntion of Virginia Cooper ooptr of Texas TexasCl T Texaslark xas xasChrk
Cl Chrk lark rk of Missouri 1 huwu 11 and Oorkran of New NewYork NewYork NevYork
York favoring the th Williams bhl provid providing proldi ¬
ing i 1J g fr fre > o entry nt uC > f Philippine goods wholly whollythe whollYthc whollythe
the growth or product of J those islands islandsSURPRISING lalandsq lalandsSURPRISING iSIanlSSURPRISINQDISCOVERY
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SURPRISING SURPRISINQDISCOVERY SURPRISINQDISCOVERYArtificIal DISCOVERY DISCOVERYArtificial DISCOVERYArtificial
Artificial Fertilization of Eggs of Sea SeaUrchin SeaUrchin SeaUrchin
Urchin UrchinUniversity UrchinLQhQTSity UrchintqivrsLty
University of California Feb 27 21Ex 21Extr 27Estruordinary Ex Extraordinary ¬
traordinary tr ordhla results have attended atten ed recent recentexperiments r recentexperiments fnt fntexperiments
experiments of Dr Jacques Loeb of the theUniversity thcCnleri thetnivereity
University Cnleri lt3 of California who has hl1 been beendelving bHndollng bte11delving
delving deep Into the mysteries of life nfeand lifeand i iand
and who now announces without reser reservation reservation resermUon ¬
vation mUonV that his experiments have pr6 pr6duced pr prduced prduced
duced most V surprising results which in involva inVolvo
Volvo the production by b artificial means meansof meansof moansof
of sexual fertilization in the oggs of sea seaurchins seaurchins seaurchins
urchins a consummation long Ion sought but buthitherto buthltherto butiIthcrto
hitherto not attained In any such meas measure meapure mea meaure ¬
ure as through the most recent export experiments exportmfnts exportments ¬
ments of Dr Loeb LocbSays LoebSays LoebSays
Says Dr Loeb at the conclusion of ofa ofa ofa
a long statement regarding r lardlng his workt worktIt tvorkIt orh orhIt
It is obvious that we are now a able ableto stileto Je Jeto
to imitate the process prO S of sexual fertili fertilization fortittzation ¬ I Izntlon
zation in the egg of the sea en urchin com completely co cornpletoly tn tnE ¬
pletely E Iete and In all its essntial es ntlal features featuresby CeaturesP featuycspurely
by P purely physical and chemical means meansKERENS mc meanse ns nsKERENS
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V KERENS IS ISBARRED ISBARREDMr BARRED BARREDMr
Mr Niedringhaus Offers to Release ReleaseHis ReleaseHis ReleaseI
I His Followers FollowersJefferson FollowersJefCerson FollowersJefferson
Jefferson City Cft lib 10 Feb 27 i7At At a cau caucus caucus ekucue ¬
cus tonight attended by b sixty slxt members membersof memberof
of the legislature who have been bt > en voting votingfor votingfor votingfor
for Thomas K Xiedriughaus for United UuitedStates ThiltedStates UnitedStates
States senator Mr 11 Niedringhaus made madea
t a speech s1 > Otch In which whl < h he said he would re release release release ¬
lease his supporters from the Republican Republicancaucus Republicancuucus Republicancaucus
caucus obligation obll atlon to vot vote for him pro provided provided proVidOd ¬
vided they the would agree a N upon a candidate candidateother candidateother candidateother
other than th n K Ie C Kerens
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY BAYTake DAYTake DAYTake
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets TabletsAll TabletsAU TabletsAll
All druggists refund the money if it itfails itfalls itfails
fails to cure E YV V Groves signature signatureIs
Is on each box 25c 25cRUSSIANS 25cRUSSIANS
Iw IwRUSSIANS
RUSSIANS DOUBT THE THETRUTH THETRUTH THEV
V TRUTH OF THE STORY STORYSt
St rr Petersburg Feb rsd 2S 215 a m mThe mThereport The Thereport
report re telegraphed here from New e ethat York Yorkthat Yorkthat
that Japan had Intimated to Secretary
Hay Ha terms upon which she Is willing YUlln to tomake tomake tomatte
make peace and that Mr Hay Ha baa in instructed Intructed instructed ¬
structed Ambassador McCormick to con convey con1yey ¬
vey the intimation to the Russian gov government goverument 0 0cnlment ¬
ernment has created < l much Interest here herecoming h hereCorning > re reeORlng
coming on the heels of rumors current
In St Petersburg that Russia RU ttla is willing
to eba the war upon substantially substantial the thesame th thme thesame
same me terms as those tho c attributed to Japan
rhe foreign torel n office oCClc however declares that thatno thatto thatno
no to such intimation has been b < en received and andfurthermore andfurthermore andfurthermore
furthermore professes Itself a M extreme extremely extremetl ¬
ly skeptical rt regarding r1 the reliability I Df Dfthis nfthis
this tl resort The foreign i ilCortrJ lCortrJ office also tg rc rction r repetut
peotJs the assurance that RUfIas posltl posltipn posltipnunehened n
18 unchn unehened d IntJmatlnr the purpOc purpOcawait tp tpawait
await the outcome of the ImncndlnE ac action xction
tion on the Shakhe river nmTa and a possible possiblevensky IOs Iostdbleengeement lble lblet
g8fJement t between the ti60 tIets of RoJ Rojqveasky t tvensk
vensky vensk and Togo TogoDIED TogoDIED TogoDIED >
DIED OF PNEUMONIA PNEUMONIANew FNEUMONIANew NEUMONIANew
New York or Feb Fe 27 27H 27Hflrty Harry rry Morris orrls a amedian amedhU ac
c median who has h If been associated with witho
J o Weber at the Weber music hall died diedpneumonia dl dIedof d do
o of t pneumonia la a private hospital to ton tonlkht
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V THEY LOOK GOOD GOODAND AND THEY ARE AS ASGOOD ASG ASGOD
GOOD G OD AS THEY LOOK H S M MSPRING MSPRING I II ISPRING
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SPRING STYLES STYLESC STYLESV V V
C J A inan manwhoknows whoknows good clothes clotheswhen clotheswhen clothesV clotheswhen V
when he h sees them3told themt ld us yesterday UY6st uystdaythat yesterdaythat iday idaythat
that ve vehad had the tailors buffaloed buffaloedTo
To get die full meaning ofhis of of hJ words wordsyoAi wrdsY91i wordsyon
yon must m t see 5 e what we da dQth the buffa buffaloing buffaN
I N loing l ing with The The nortih o th show showwJndow showwJndowgives window windowgives jndGwgIves
gives gIves you an idea The clothing cl 11ng de department depa dcpartment ¬
partment pa tment upstairs furnishes furnj e die con conviction conviction conviction
viction victionICHARDSON f V V V i
RICHARDSON ICHARDSON ADAMSCA ADAMS AAMSCLOTHES A DAMS DAMSA
CA A CLOTHES CLOTHES SHOP SHPP FOR MEN MENAt 1vfENAt MENV
At The Sign >
TH TTJ xo S o oof p pMMN
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of the eFour Four e
172 MAIN STREET STREETV
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NEW COMMISSIONER o OMMiSSIONEROF MM S I 0 N ER OF PENSIONS PENSIONSCongressman PENS PENSIONSCongressman ION S SI SCorigressman
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Congressman Warner of Illinois to Assume Assumethe the Duties of the theOffice 1 tbeOffice e eOffice
Office When His Present Term Expires ExpiresNext ExpiresI ExpiresNext V V
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Next Saturday
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VESPASIAN WARNER
Vespasian Warner who will assume assumetha assumeth assumethu
tha th duties of commissioner of pensions pensionsat
at the close of his servicein the house houseof houseof hottseof
of representatives when the present presentsessionends prespntsessioncnds presentSessionends
sessionends will be the most amicable amicablecommissioner amicablcommissIoner amicablecommIssIoier
commissioner the office has known knownColonel knownColonel knownColonel
Colonel Warner is known in congress congressfor congressfor congressfor
for his good s00 < 1 nature and his associates associatesand assoctatesand associatesand
and colleagues collel ues regardless of political politicalaffiliation politicalatl politicalaftiliation
affiliation atl liatlon are are all his friends In fact
his appointment to the commissioner commissionership
ship grew out of the almost unanimous
desire of the present p1es nt house hout of f repre representatives representatives ¬
sentatives to see him placed pta ed in a posi position position position ¬
tion of honor and trust Petitions went
to the president signed by b nearly ne rl the theentire theentire theentire
entire membership of congress asking askingcommissioner
for Colonel Warners
appointmen aPointmenlj as ascommIssioner ascommissioner
commissioner of pensions pensionsColonel pensionsColonel v
Colonel Warner was born at at Mount
Pleasant Dewitt county ill April 23
1842 He H was educated in the public publicschools pubUcschools publicschools
schools and Lombard university unlverslt Gales
burg Ill and was studying law when whenon whenon whenon
on June 13 1861 he enlisted as a pri private private private ¬
vate in company E Twentieth Illinois Illinoisvolunteer I11Inot5yolunteer Illinoisvolunteer
volunteer infantry He carried a mus ¬
ket until Feb 5 1862 when he was com ¬
missioned a second IIeutenant lieutenant He Heserved Heerved Heserved
served In the Army Ann of the Tennessee Tennesseereceiving Tennesseereeelvlng TennesseereeeIvng
receiving a gunshot gunsh twound wound at Shiloh Shilohand Shilohat1d Shuiharid
and was again wounded at the siege of ofAtlanta orAtlanta 0 0Atlanta
Atlanta He was then ordered north northand northand northand
and from there early in 1865 he was wassent wassent wassent
sent with his regiment to the he plains plainsand plalnand plalmiand
and took part in the various Indian Indiancampaigns Indiantampalgns Indiancampaigns
campaigns After leaving the army he heentered heentered heOntered
entered the law department of Harvard Harvarduniversity Harvardunhersfty Harvarduniversity
university from which he graduated graduatedin
in 1868 FIe then returned to Illinois Illinoisand Illinoisand Illinoisand
and commenced the practice of law lawwas lawwas lawwas
was colonel and judge advocate general generalof eneral eneralof
of the state during the administrations administrationsof
of Governors Hamilton Oglesby and andFifer andFifer andFifer
Fifer He tie Ie has served as asfhe the representa representative ¬
tIe of the Nineteenth congressional congressionaldistrict congressionaldIstrict congressionaldistrict
district of Illinois whIch comprises the thecounties thecounties thecounties
counties of Champaign Coles Dewitt DewittDouglas De DeittDouglas ltt lttDouglas
Douglas Macon Moultrie 1I ultHe Piatt and andI andShelb andShelb
I Shelby Shelb during the Fiftyfourth Fifty Fiftynfth Flttyfifth Fiftyfifth
fifth Fiftysixth Fiftyseventh and andFiftyeighth antlFiftyeighth antiFiftyeighth
Fiftyeighth congresses He was was wa not a acandidate acandidate acandidate
candidate for reelection to the Fifty Fiftyninth Flftyninth Fiftyninth
ninth congress and would have ha vereUred vereUredto retired retiredto
to private life had the call not been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made upon him to accept acc pt the commis commissionership commissionership commissionership
sionership of pensions
ANOTHER BOY HELD UP AND ROBBED ROBBEDk ROBBEDi
k i 1 V OF HIS WEEKS WAGES BY CROOKS
V
V I
Two big big bi burly r men lasl night held heldup heldup I Iup
up Httlo littl9 lliyearpjd 1 arpJd Eddie Fitzgibbons Fitzgibbonsat
at F FifUi iftli l South 1 and Main > streets and andtook andtook andtook
took his weeks wages ge away awa from him himThe himThe himThe
The wages amounted iunoun d to only 350 but
to Eddie they meant m nt a great deal He
had worked wor ed hard for the themone money and he healmost healm08t healmost
almost cried when they took to kit it away
His story told at t the police station stations staUonwas stationwas
was the tg tpryof y or aJi alittle t1e m n li lithvttver w er
HIsees His eyes Shone h ne ashe as s he related the oc occurrence occurrence occurrenee ¬
currence and described the men Inen He Hesaidi HeES Heraid
raid saidiI ES 1 < 1
raidI
I got ot through my m work up at tt t the thePenny thePenn thePenny
Penny Penn Arcade at 6 oclock went and andgot apdsot aptigot
got a hot pie and with my m Weeks week3wages weekswages Weekswages
wages in inm my pocket I started for home homer
r live e at 581 l South West Temple street streetbut streetbut
but b U t went down Main with the intention intentionof
of cvossing over when I got opposite oppositethe oppositethe oppositeVthC
the house
At the corner of Fifth South two twomen twomen twomen
men stepped step3 > ed up U to t me and said Give Giveup Giveup Giveup
up your our money kid I aint got any anymoney an anmone anymoney
money mone I told em and then I started startedto
to run The biggest fellow of the two twograbbed twograb twograbbed
grabbed grab ed me before I got fairly fairI started startedand startedand startedand
and begun to kick me the so I stood stillj
Then they the went through me and took tookwhat tookwhat
what I had I followed them until they theygot the thegot theygot
got down to Sixth South but there I Ilost I10St IloPt
lost track of them themThe themThe themThe
The boy gave ta 3 complete comp te description descriptionof descrIptionof
of the men to the authorities auth 1 = ltles and the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter hope to be able to tolocnte locate the thecriminals therlmlnAs thecriminals
criminals today todayLast todayLast V VLast
Last Saturday SRturda r night another boy was wasrobbed wasrobbed wasrobbed
robbed at about the same place The Thedescriptions Thede9 Thedesrlptiots
descriptions de9 rlptioJ s of the men who did the act acttally acttally acttally
tally closely with those of the men who whoheld whoI whoheld
I held h > ld up the Fitzgibbons boy The Thei
I i pollee believe that the highwaymen are areamateurs areUluateurs areI
I
I amateurs at the business
REVOLT OF POLISH PEASANTS PEASANTSAUGMENTS PEASANTSAUGMENTS V VAUGMENTS
AUGMENTS RUSSIAS TROUBLES
Warsaw Yar pw Fob 27 10CO p m mAccord mAccordjg Accordt Accordtipr I Ii
ipr i to V reliable T 1tnble Information reporting reportingVarsuw reportingWarsaw i iWarsaw
Warsaw today totht V Iho ho Poland 1 peasant > oas8nt re re revolt j
volt in view of the fact that tho peas peasants 1ltSants posshats
ants number 7000000 out of a total popu population lopulation ¬
lation of 10000000 will It it spreads rej re rel1lt yetilt
stilt tilt in disorder far greater than any anytflflg j I
thing that has arisen aria n during dunn < the lhepr VP5 VP5J1t pr ss ssiit ff
iit agitation aglt tfon Th The peasants p usants huKerto h hitlferlo l r1o have navonot h havenot lVo I I110t
not figured to any an great grt > at extent exte lt In this thisagitatidn thisagitatiOn
agitatiOn which is confined confnt to the 2000 1 1tXX I
tXX of workmen in the cities and towns town81 townsrIte j
The Socialists recently r ccnt1y sent emissaries emissariesIpto emissariesipto I Iinto
Ipto the country districts for the pur purpose purpose I Iose
pose ose of stirring stirtlt i1IP up the villages Accord According AccordIng Accordlag
ing to reports they the met with speedy speedysuccess j i isucets
success As 75 7 per cent of the th peasants peasantsare r rarc
are unable to read they the arc easily led ledaway ledIL ledaway
away IL a by socialist oratory oratoryNJoyernent orato oratoryS rJ
V > S jMovernentSpreadln jMovernentSpreadlnV NJoyernent Moye en Spreading SpreadjngThe V j jThe j
The movement n16venie11t brtuan b nn at Truszka and andextended antiextended
extended at once to Plotzsk It has hasreached hasreached hasreached
reached serious dimensions In the dls dlsiriot dlsI dlsrc dieirict I
iriot of Sledlie where t a majority of the theGreek
Greek I rc Catholics or i Unlats nl reside r rbeing Those Thosebeing Thesebeing I
being exceedingly eXte < 1lngly embittered by b religious religiouspersecution religIouspersecution I
persecution quickly Joined In I the agita agitation Ita Italion ¬
tion and approached the landed propri proprietors proprislots ¬ I IawlS
awlS with a demand for an lncreafe Increaf e of ofSO
50 per cent in their wage aS08 Their demands demandsbeing demandsbeing JelI lnds lndsboln
being boln refused they promptly struck In Inmany Inmany j jman
many man instances the peasant strikers re resorted rcsorted resorteil ¬
sorted to violence Disturbances flare flavcbf flarebootu I
bf bootu Jf ii reported for nearly near1 forty villages villageswhere vIllugeswhere mUSeswhere
where strikers strlk r burned government Alco AlcoMIND julcoMIND ICO ICOMIND
MIND UNHINGED BY LOVE LOVEChicago LQVEChicago LOVEChicago
Chicago Policeman Kills a Young YoungActress Y YcingActress ng ngActress
Actress and Then Commitsy CommitsySuicide Commits CommitsSuicidc CouimitsV
V Suicide SuicideChicago SuicidcChicago Sui idc idcChicago V
Chicago Feb 27 27Miss ijMiss > MIss Mary nry Catharine CatharineMulveill Cath CatluirineMulvelil rrlne rrlnelIulvel1l
Mulveill an actress was murdered to today tos toYlo today ¬
day by Daniel Herman a Ii policeman policemanwhose J policemanwhose c cI
whose s Ylo love she had eJn refused r fe The he crime crimewas crimewas i
was committed In the most fashionable fashionablepart C fashionablepart shlonablepart
I part of Michigan boulevard at a time tlmowhen timowhen timewhen
when the avenue a onuo was filled fUl d with pedes pedestrians pedesI ¬
I I trians and carriages Herman after kill killing killing killI ¬
I ing the young YOUl1 woman made his escape escapeI
I and tonight committed suicide In a lodg lodgI lod lodI
I ing house h use at M t165 Arch6r Arch r avenue by bYsho shoot shootIng shootV < 1t 1tI
V Ing In himself through th the > brain bralmThe brainThe hrainThe
The young lady was returning returnln from St StJames StJame StJames
James parochial school whereshe where he fite fiteQuently frcJulntl frequently
I Quently acted act tJ as a subteacher and had hadreachfsa 11 bedreached d drNtchN11h
reached rNtchN11h the corner of Twentyninth strebt strebtand str stribtand bt btand
and Michigan boulevard when she hc met metHerman mtI metHermtii
Herman who had evidently ovidentl been waiting waitingfor waltlpltor waitingfor
I for her What passed between b twCQJ1 thorn will willseized willt
I never be known Suddenly Hermnn HermnnI
I seized the girls arm caught her close to tohim t tohim
I him and nd fired three times Ono bullet bulleti bulletpassed bulletpassed
1 i passed through her brain one fOre dro off a afinger afnger afinger
finger of her right hand and tho third thirdi thirdmlflttcd thirdmissed
i missed her hergirl herHerman
Herman bccnnell1fat1l1tcd became irfattiated with the thoIrl thegirl
girl Irl through he heJames hoarlnt her pJay at St StJames StJames
James Catholic church where she acted actedas actedus
as organist and had for a long Ion tlmo an annoyed anno annoyed ¬
noyed no ed her with his attentions constantly constantlybeen constantlyurgln conshintlyurging
urging her to marr marry him Herman had hadbeen hdbeen
been a member of the Chicago Chlca o police policeforces pollccforco policeforce
forces for several years acting as a aplain aplain aplain
plain clothes man V For about one year yearI car carI
I ho had been on furlough furloughI furloushWE furloughWE
I WE ARE SHOWING SHOWINGmost SHOWINGt H V WfNG WfNGf WfNGNew
f
t New walt papers at > o our r n new newmost w5torelhe w5torelhemost
most uptodate uptod te place in n the th city c IDa NJDoIt IDait IDeit
It npiV not before beCorcthe the rush rushY rushw > cf cfW
W Y A DUyAt4U0m Dl1YAL uondfo U9itL 2dSo
hoi shops the authorities smaklng smalclngno making no at attempt attempt ¬
tempt to interfere interferePeasants InterCcNp interferePean
Peasants p Pean asantst ntst Grievances GrievancesThe GrievancesThe
The peasants real realgrlevancesnro grievances aro ox oxcluslvely QXelusively oxelusively
elusively in connection conu < tCtlon with the th lan langruage 1anas langauge
gauge as and economic fju questions fU < Mtlons tions without withoutany 1thoutUIIY withoutfitly
any reAolutloiiarj reOllitlomt ideas They Th smart martln martlndel un under urn4cr ¬
del the methods of the local bureaucracy bur > ttucrasy
In t1tnnki making obligatory the th thclan he nBCor HFC of th t StRus StRussian Rus Russian ¬
sian language Jang u which they the 3b not un understand understand n nderstand ¬
derstand It is stated that already alr ndy1UU ndy1UUlIIogts 1W 1Wylllngos illiIllngcs
ylllngos have decja declqed ecl d that they will not notrccolve notrecolve notreceive
receive official proolamaUoaa proclama Lions tn t tljcJlus tljcJlussian thcJ tie Bus Buselan us ussIan
sian language lanUll e While there appears to tobe tobe
be beuo flp ce il U 1 flnnsfir tof ora oa a peasant peas pt j ruolu ruoiUtionary ruolutionary olu olutionary
tionary movement mocmentwt agencral ncral revolt along ajongthe tJlongth alongthe
the th compulsory use of tho Russian lan Itlnguage innguage
guage is generally en rtlJy V fGared and among amoriswell a1pQngwl1 amongwell
well InfoVrnsd Inf rmedmen men In Warsaw tbnight tbnightthe tbnlghtthe tbnihtthe
the situation is regarded as far from lrqm re reas rcadrlll reastfnrin
as adrlll ftriiir VV VV V V V
V VV
V
GotIncreaaedPayi Goi Got 1 lnciaedPay ncr aed P
The police in three out outtricts oULoC twelve die dietricts
tricts Of Warsaw demanded an increase increaseof
of pay on Saturday This was granted grantedon t1ted t1tedon
on Sunday and all of the strikers at atonce ati atonce
once returned re to their posts S The en entire entire ¬
Jn 1 th thties
tire i force f Is now o working The he authori authorities authorlties ¬
ties are instructing the military mlUtar In police policeduty policeduty
duty in order to be prepared in the event eventof eventof I I
of further disturbances dlsturb = pccs and consequently consequentlymost onStquentlymost
most of the policemen < n are accompanied accompaniedon
on their beats by soldiers oldlersFOUR oidiersFOUR j jFOUR
FOUR TIMES BURGLAR BURGLARDeserter BURGLARDeserter BURGLARDeserter
Deserter From Army Confesses to toHousebrcaking toHousebreaking toHousebreaking
Housebreaking HousebrcakingAfter
After committing four bursrlarlca bu larleJ5 last lastnight lastnight
night Royal Ro al Morrison a deserter from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the United States army arm at Fort Du Duchesne Dut DuI I
I chesne was arrested about 2 oclock this thisI thIsmorning
t I morning b by Officer G Brown and Night Nlghtwutchman NightI
I I watchman Thomas Burge in his tent on onNinth t tInth pSinth >
Ninth Inth South and Fifth West streets streetswhere streetswhere treetS1here
where he h has been living IIvln for the last lastweek lastweek 1
week Early Earl In the night nl ht Morrison broke brokointo brokeInto
into the t ffn ffnt Salt Lake Hardware 1 companys companysstore c companysstore pa l lbroke
store p pl and l rot ot t two revolvers I He also alsobroke alsobroke
broke Into a restaurant on West Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street and carried off a quantity quantityof
of meat and groceries He entered a avacant avucant avacant
vacant house by breaking down a door doorbut doorbut I
but found only a pair of blankets It was wasreported wasreported wasreported
reported early this morning mornln that a man manwas manwa manwas
was wa breaking into a box car In the south southyards southard6 southyards
yards ard6 at the Rio Grande Gran c Western depot depotand depotI depotand
and Officer Brown was notified at the therailroad therailroad therailroad
I railroad station Morrison sucfeodod uCIl < 1td In Jngoing IngolnJ ingoing
going through the car but he found foundnothing foundI foundnothing
nothing to carry away awayOfficer awa awaOtrlcer awayOfficer
Officer Brown and WatchMan Burge Burgefollowed Burgefollowed Burgefollowed
I followed him down the track and when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he saw he was as being followed he h > tried to togot toget togot
got away aW awA The officers succeeded in fol following fo1lowing ¬ I
lowing him to his tent and there ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested him himAt himAt himAt
At tho police station he admitted that thathe thathe thathe
he committed comml ted the burglaries and the of officers orlcers officers ¬
ficers found the stuff In his hi tent tentJEALOUSY tentJEALOUSY tentV
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V JEALOUSY THE CAUSE CAUSEVlsalla CAUSVisalla CAUSEVisalia
Visalia Cal Cal1 Feb 27 1Fran1c Frank Elster a awell awelt awell
well known resident of Sprlngvltle eigh eighteen elght elgitteen ¬
teen t cn miles northeast of Portervillc has hasshot h hiChshot 8 8shot
shot and killed Milton Hubbs a 1 neigh neighbor nclghbor neighbnrpi ¬
bor bnrpi rand nd tafter fte I klllIJ1 xkllllnsrhlajrifc his I commit commltted committed
ted ted uIchT5 I 1tT ftW 11 rii tte is lit 11ttfH litI
tfH aJ f II IIAll I
All n i 1msP tJllncnt in inthat inthat
that section 3 5
OFF ON THE THEHUNT THEHUNTi HUNT HUNTTO HUNTTO
i
< TO ST LOUIS LOUISSubcommittee LOUISSub LOUISSubommittee
Subcommittee Sub Committee of Legislative Investi Investigators Investigators InvestiV Investiators ¬
V gators ators Seek an Old Field FieldAMENDS FieldAMENDS I IAMENDS
V
AMENDS HIS TESTIMONY TESTIMONYEXPERT TES TESTIMONYEXPERT lMONY lMONYEXPERT
EXPERT SAYS FORGERY WAS WASNOT WASNOT WASV
V NOT TRACED TRACEDThe TRACEDThe TRACEDThe
The deliberations d llberatIona of orthc the legislative legislativeinvestigation legislativeJnvestlg legislativeinvest1ition
investigation Jnvestlg U n committee appointed appointed for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of spreading spreading on the rec records records rcaords ¬
ords all the transactions of the Utah Utahcommission Ut h h0l1111ii5son
commission of the Louisiana LouI lllna Purchase Purchaseexposition PurchascexpositJon PurchaseexposItion
exposition were necessariy brief yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday morning for the reason as ex explained expl cxplained ¬
plained pl incd by the attorney for the com committee committee cornnlttce ¬
mittee H A Smith that the experts expertshad expertshad j jhad
had not completed the examination of ofthe orthe ofthe
the books The most interesting fea feature leature i iture
ture of the days work however was wasthe W wasthe 18 18the
the decision of the committee to send senda
a subcommittee E to St Louis to in investigate investigate investigate ¬
vestigate the sales of the Utah exhibits exhibitsand exhibitsand exhibitsand
and to gather any additional Informa Information InCormatlou Information ¬
tion that may be of value to the legis legislature 1cglsIt leglalature ¬
lature laturei
I Iwhen
It was some time after 10 0 oclock oclockwhen oclockwhen
when the committee came to order in inthe inthe I
the chancery court room and almost 3lmostimmedl almostImmedIately
immediately immedl tel the members adjourned to toanother toanother toanother
another room where they th held a star starchamber starchamber starchamber
chamber session s sslon On their returnOr return Or Orson Orson
son P Rumel was called to the stand standto standto standto
to relate whet he had jHscovereb liscoveretl > 1 if ifanything Ifan ifanything
anything an ing since last Friday when hen he hebegan hebegan hebegan
began the theexamlnaUon examination of the orders orderssigned orderssigned orderssigned
signed by b John Q Cannon CannonMr CannonMr CannonMr
Mr Rumel said in resuming his tes testimony testimony teetimony ¬
timony I made certain < statements on oni onthe onthe
i the stand last Friday but since I have havehad hayehad havehad
had an opportunity to go g over the ma maj mat matonal
j tonal t rlal submitted to me by the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee I desire to make a few crrections crrectionsVoucher c cbrreetionsVoucher rrecUonsVoucher
Voucher No 134 34 had alMhe appearance appearanceof
of having been traced but when placed placedunder placeaunder placeIunder
under a powerful microscope I found foundthat foundtha foundthat
that tha t it was not a tracing and as a amatter amat amatter
matter mat < r df fact I found none of the thealleged thealleged thealleged
alleged forged orders to have been beentraced beentraced beentraced
traced In following up my examin examination examination examlnation ¬
ation I found that there were many manydiscrepancies manydiscrepancies manydiscrepancies
discrepancies In the formation of the theletters theletters theletters
letters so much so that where the thename thename thename
name Heber appears quite distinct in inthe inthe Inthe
the originals it might be taken for forHelen forHelen forHelen
Helen In the forgeries
Believes Cannon Is Guilty GuiltyAre GuiltyAre GuiltyAre
Are you able to state who forged forgedthe forgedthe forgedthe
the name of Governor Wells to the or orders orders ortiers ¬
ders under question Q estlon he was asked askedby askedby askedby
by Mr Smith SmithI
1 have haecompnred compared the signature sienaturowlth sienaturowlththat with withthat withthat
that of John Q Cannon and I believe believehe
he is the man who made the forgor forgories forgorie forgerlee
lee ie
Have you examined Order No 125 125Yes 1261 1261Yes 125Yes
Yes it is forged forgedHave forgedHave forgedHave
Have you looked at Order No 111 111That 111That 1 1That
That order is genuine On looking lookingat
at it I find that it is charged to the theaccount theacc theaccOunt
account acc < 1unt of storage and transportation transportationbut
but as a matter of fact it went to o the theJ7tah thetTtah
J7tah pt h Light t Railway Rail way company to to pay paya payltght
a light bill for Emily H Cannon There Thereis
is I no voucher for it The check ac accompanying acompanylng acompanying ¬
companying this thisord order r is dated Feb 6 61S04 iiiRk
iRk was signed by b by Hoyt Sherman Shermantreasurer Shermantr Shermantreasurer
treasurer tr asurer of the commission V is for
4675 and was cashed through the theDeseret theDeseret theDederet
Deseret National bank bankOff bankOfft banlCV
V Off Offt to o St Louis LouisMr LouisIr LouisMr
Mr Ir Rumel was then excused and Mr MrSmith MrSmith 1rSmith
Smith addressed the committee He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said that inasmuch as the experts had hadnot hadnot hadnot
not concluded c their examination of the thebooks thebooks thebooks
books and further as the committee committeedesired committecdesired committeedesired
desired to send a subcommittee to St StLouis StLouis StLouIs
Louis to examine the th work done there thereby thereby thereby
by the commission he h would move to toadjourn toadjourn toadjourn
adjourn the examination until next nextMonday next1londa nextMonday
Monday 1londa by b which hieh time he hoped the thesubcommittee thesubcommittee thesubcommittee
subcommittee would have completed completedIts
Its mjssion mission A motion to that effect effectwas effectWas effectwas
was put and carried but bu Before the thecommittee theommittee thecommittee
committee could leave lea e the room Di Director Director ¬
rector rectOl General S T Whitaker request requested ¬
ed the privilege of i making a personal personalreply personalreply personalreply
reply to an attack made upon him in ina ini I Ia
a i local paper The committee decided decidedhowever decidedhowever
however that every every opportunity would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be afforded Mr Whitaker at next ne > t Mon Mondays Mondays Mondays ¬
days meeting to reply as he saw fit to toany toany toany
any published statements statementsFollowing ttaternentsFollowing utementsFollowing
Following the session of the commit committee committee committee ¬
tee it t was announced that Represen Representatives Representltives Representatives ¬
tatives Joseph Miller and Stookey Stookeywould Stookeywould Stookeywould
would make the trip to St Lou La Later Latal Later ¬
ter in the day da Mr Miller announced announcedhis
his withdrawal from the contemplated contemplatedjourney contemplatedjourney contemplatedjourney
journey and Mr Grundy was selected selectedto i
to fill the vacancy Tho committee left leftat leftat I
at 545 54 oclock and the membern expect expectthey e expectthey < pect pectthey I i
they will arrive here on their return at >
I 840 next londay morning morningA
oe oeA c a aA
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES PILESItching PILESItching PILEsItching
Itching Blind Bleeding or Protrud Protruding Protr Protrtidlog d dIng ¬
ing Piles Your druggist t will refund refundmoney retundmoney refundmoney
money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to tocure toCure tocure
cure you yo in 6 to 14 days 50c 50cICE 50ca 50cICE SOcICE
a
ICE GORGE WENT OUT OUTSt
St L Louis < 1 > 1 F Fob ° b 27 2The The ice Kor gorgo or o in the theI
Mississippi broke today and the ice wont wontout I
I out without doing da damage damacII damageFAILED mace maceI
II Q
I FAILED TO AGREE AGREEj AGREEWtshlngton I IshIDJton
j Washington shIDJton Feb 27 2iTh The conferees on
the statehood bill held a meeting met > tlnl tonight
but arrived at no o definite agreement agreementMORTON agreementMORTON
0 r rMORTON
I
MORTON MMICHAEL DEAD DEADPhiladelphia DEADPqlladclphl DEADPliladelphl
Philadelphia 5fcb 27 A cable dispatch dispatch
from Paris announces the death at Nice
j today of Morton McMIchael third of this thiscity thisI
I I city cityI
j I Mr McMIchael who was 47 years of ofi orage ofage
i age > had been the foreign correspondent correspondentof
j of several American erlc n newspapers newspapersNOVELIST newfJpapeC newapapergNOVELIST
o C II IINOVELIST
NOVELIST DEAD DEADLondon DEADLondon DEADLondon
London Feb 27 27Guy Guy Newell Ne ell Boothby Boothbythe Boothb BoothbI
the th novelist Is dead from complications complicationsfollowing complicationsfollowing complicationsfollowing
following an attack of influenza
BRIBE SRl BR1BETArKERS BR1BETArKERSV BR1BETArKERSAREEXPELLED B TAKERS TAKERSARE T fKE R S SARE
ARE AREEXPELLED AREEXPELLEDCalifornia EXPELLED EXPELLEDCalifornia
V
Cal California ornia State Senate Purges Itself Itselfof Itselfof Itseliof
of Four Fo r Members MembersNOT MembersNOT NembersNOT
NOT A DISSENTING DISS NTING VOTE VOTEWIFE VOTEWFE VOTEWFE
WFE OF ONE O E OF TUB ACCUSED ACCUSEDPRESENT ACCUSEDPRESENT ACCUSEDPRESENT
PRESENT PRESENTSacramento PRESENTSacramento PRESENTSacramento
Sacramento Cal Feb 27 21Thc The gal galleries gallerIes galhence ¬
leries and lobbies of the senate were werecrowded werecrowded werecrowded
crowded today in anticipation of a de debate i ibate
bate on on the recommendation of the thespecial thespecial thespecial
special investigation committee that thatSenators thatSenators
Senators Emmons Bunkers Wright Wrightand Wrightand Yrlghtand
and French be expelled from the sen senate senat senate ¬
ate at for torrecelving recelving bribes brIb s Mrs > 1rs Emtnons Emtnonsleft Emmonsleft Eminonsleft
left the bedside of her husband at the thehospital thehospital thebosiital
hospital to be present in the senate senatewhen senatewhen senatewhen
when the report came up She sat at athe athe ather
he her husbands desk deskSenator deskSenator deskSenator
Senator French was the only one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the four accused senators present presentTho presentTho presentThe
Tho report of the committee was read readin readin readin
in full Senator Ralston moved its itsadoption ItsadoptIon itsadoption
adoption Senator Sena tor Lukens seconded the themotion themotton themotion
motion and asked for a roll cull cullThe cullThe i iThe
The report of the committee was wasadopted wasadopted J Jadopted
adopted by thirtyfive affirmative affirmativevotes amnnatlvevote8 affirmativevotes
votes The other five votes of the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate were not cast the four ac accused accused accused ¬
cused senators and Senator Welsh not notvoting nototine notvoting
voting otine
Motion For Expulsion ExpulsionIn
In answer to a question Senator SenatorShortridge i iShortridge IShortridge
Shortridge was wa y informed Informed that the re report report ¬
port of the committee comJ1tec merely recom recommended recom r com commended ¬
mended expulsion Senator Senato1 Lukens Lukensthen Lukensthen Lukensthen t
then offered a resolution rsoluton providing for forthe forthe forthe
the expulsion of the accused men for formalfeasance for1Ialeaco foriraifeasarice
malfeasance 1Ialeaco in office officeDuring ofce ofceDUdnS officeDuring
During DUdnS tjie qe consideration cQPslderdtton of the re repott report report
port Senator Wright came Into the theroom theroom theroom
room and moved that his case ce and that thatof thatof thatof
of of the three other accused men be beconsidered beconsidered beconsidered
considered separately separtely President An Anderson Andeson Anderson ¬
derson deson said that he did not deem it itproper itproper itproper
proper for Wright to make the motion motionSenator moton motonSenator motionSenator
Senator Shortridge then took the floor floorand foor floorand
1 and nd moved that the reports report be given givenseparata givenseparate givenseparate
separate consideration consideraton The motion moton was wascarried wascried wascarried
carried carriedAs cried criedA carriedAs
As A the name of Senator Emmons was wasfirst ws wsfirst wasfirst
first in the report report Senator Lukens Lukenssuggestion Lukenssugeston Lukenssuggestion
suggestion sugeston that his case cae be considered consideredlast consIderedlast consideredlast
last was adopted Bunkers name was wasfirst wa wasflr
first frt flr considered and he was wa expelled expeled by bythirtyfour bythirtyfour bythirtyfour
thirtyfour votes There were ere no nega negative neg negatire ¬
tire tve votes Senator S nator Welch was absent absentand absentand absentand
and Senator Shortridge did not vote ote
y the time tme the vote was cast in inBunkers inunkers inBunkers
Bunkers case Senator French Fren h wag wr ex expelled expehled x xpll ¬
pelled pll d At the time tme the vote was wa ta taken t taken ¬
ken en he was in his seat set In an abso absolute ubsolute absolute ¬
lute stillness stlne3 French took his hat and andquietly andqUiety andquietly
quietly qUiety left the tle room roomWright roomWright roomWright
Wright Made a Plea PleaSenator PleaSenutor PleaSenator
Senator Wright asked for and was wasgranted wasgant wasgranted
granted gant d permission perission to t have his hit counsel counselmake counselmake counselmake
make a final plea In hlsbehalf hlsbehalfJust hisbehal hisbehalfJust
Just before the roll rol wan called Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Wright Vrght made a vigorous vlgorous plea for forhimself forhImseJt forhimself
himself declaring decaring that ho had not been beengiven beensiven beengiven
given a fair hearing hearingWrights hearIngVrlghts hearingWrights
Wrights speech had no effect in inchanging inchangng hichanging
changing changng the opinions of his col colleagues colleagues eelleagues ¬
leagues who promptly prompty expelled exeled him on onroll onrol onroll
roll rol call cl Thirtythree vote were cast castfor cat catfor castfor
for expulsion epulsion and there were no neg negative negatve negative ¬
ative atve ballots balot Senators Senator Pendleton and andRambo alidRmbo atidRambo
Rambo Rmbo refrained refined from voting votng in inWrights InWrights inWrights
Wrights case caseMrs
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Mrs 1I1s Emmons was an an n object of pity pityhusbands pityas pityas I
as she st sat with downcat downcast eyes In her herhusbands herhusbands
husbands seat seat in the senate chamber chamberJust chamberJust chamberJust
Just before the clerk commenced to tocall tocall
call cnl the roll rol which was to determine determinethe determinethe
the fate of her husband she left the theroom thcrQom theroom
room He was wa expelled expelld by thirtyfour thirtyfouraffirmative thlrtyCouratrmate thirtyfouraflirmative
affirmative atrmate votes Senator Markey re refrained letrained reframed ¬
trained from voting votnl A recess was wao then thentaken thentken thentaken
taken takenWILD tken tkenWILD takenWILD
WILD CATTERS C TTERS DOING TIME TIMENew TIMENew TIMENew
New York Feb 27 2iFrank Frank S Wellec Wellecsecretary Wele Wehlesecretary
secretary secretaI and treasurer of the Horse Horseshoe Hore Horeshoe Horseshoe ¬
shoe Copper Mining Inlng company will wi to today today today ¬
day be e taken to Sing Sing where Larry LI Jyi JyiSummerfield
Summerfield Summerfeld Ignatius Ignatus L Qiialey Q aley ana anaEwen andEwen antEwen
Ewen E Clark the other members 1embrs of ofthe orthe ofthe
the company now are serving terms termsfor ters tersfQr termsfor
for grand gnd larceny larcen in connection conneton with withthe withthe withthe
the sale sule of stock of the company companyNOT companyNOT companyNOT
NOT FOR BEST FARM FARMIn
In the State StateI
ji I raw so s s much in inthe the papers papcr about aboutthe
the wonderful cures effected by Pyra Pyramid P Pyramid ra ¬
mid Pile Pie Cure I determined d terine efected to give g e it ita ita ita
a trial I bought bougt from my druggist druggistone
one fiftycent fifcent box and ad used it i as a di directed d directed ¬
rected and a by b the time tme I had b used usedthe usedthe
the last < pyramid I was wa entirely enUrel cured curedin cure curedin
in four days after I began to use the thepyramids thep thepyramids
pyramids p rrmlds all al inflammation Infamaton was gone goneI
I was perfectly perfecty easy eay a1 all the time the theexcessive theexcClve theexcessive
excessive excClve discharge dischare V stopped stov at once onceand oncead onceand
and ad stools stools became bece easy and and gentle gentleI gente
I was unable to o get gt my m own fire firewood firewood firewood ¬
wood for four months and half haf the thetime thetime thetime
time when I could walk wulk at al4 al all I had hadto hadto hadto
to walk half bent bent I used sed many mr pile pileremedies rileremedies le leremles
remedies salves and ad ointments all to tono tono tono
remles sves
no effect efect until unti I used one fiftycent fiftycentbox ffcent
box of f Pyramid Pile Pie cure and was wascured wascured
cured curedI ed
I would not be afflicted amJct as J I was wasfour wasfour
four months ago for fo the te best bst farm farmIn farmIn farmin
In the state sate of Arkansas Arkneas r nss I can ca give giveproof Iivc Iivcproof giveproof
proof and reference of the t e wonderful wonderfulcure
cure to all al who w10 are ac afflicted aficte as a I was wasPlease wasPles wasPlease
Please publish letters that I
Ples publs my may mayadvise mayadvIse mayadvise
advise the thc afflicted amIct d W V E Wallis WallisPigsot WallisPiggot Vals ValsPIggt
Pigsot PIggt Arka Ark Box 26 26The 26The 26The
The experience exerlelce orf a Mr Walis Wallis is that thatof thator thatof
of thousands thousand of others others who suffer sufer for foryears foryears foryears
years with wih the te most gainful lnul form of ofhemorrhoids othEorrholds ofhemorrhoidx
hemorrhoids hEorrholds or piles pie od and after trying tryingi tryingeveIhlng tryingeverytthing
i everything eveIhlng they hear of give up all alli aUhop allhope
i hop hope of a cure cu and ad look lok for gve temporary temporaryrelief temporaryrelief
relief rele only To all al such a little ltte book bookpublished bok bokpublshe bookpublished
published publshe by Pyramid Pyrmid Drug Drub Co Mar Marshall Marshall ar arshal ¬
shall shal Mich Ml h brings brngs glad tidmgs tdings as < so soIt It Ittells Ittls ittells
tells tls all al about the the cause and d cure curot curotplt of ofpiles ofpilee
piles plt and Is sent free tl for She Ue askinr aslin askin =
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