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language languageTAFT LanguageTAFT LanguageTAFT
A I i ASHINGTON April 12 1VhUe While the theoflielals theotllelala theV
W V V oflielals here hCI decline to make pub public public publie ¬
lic at t thIs stage 8tn e the text of Pre PreiTiit Pre1l1t Pros1iit
iTiit Caatrog reply repl to Minister Uni ter Bowens Bowensi BowensdJitraUonpropoK BowensbitratIon
i dJitraUonpropoK foitratlon proposal l it may be stated statedHiat slatedl1at statedhat
hat there was as nothing personal to the theAmerican themerican theAmerican
American minister in President Castros Castrosstatement Castrosstatement CMstrosstatement
statement So that if it should be even eventually eventually ¬
tually tuall held to be undiplomatic and even evenrude evenrude evenrude
rude then the injury will be sustained sustainedby su talned talnedl
by l the state department rather than by byflip bytl1 byt1
flip tl1 t1 minister mlni ter and thererore It is the thefarmer thermer thefrrner
farmer < rmer alone that will he e concerned concernedUsed concernedUsed concernedUsed
Used Vigorous Language LanguageThis LanguageThis LanguageThis
This is particularly true of an in intiuiry InIlir Ini
tiuiry < Ilir i UjI from the Venezuelan government governmentto governmentiS
iS < to whether the United States pre preumd preumd proumd
umd to question the integrity of the theY theIHzuelan theuzuelan
Y iifzuelaii courts the inquiry in < luiry being beingUched bpingucht beingwhed
Uched ucht > d in rather vigorous language languageI lan age agealso
I also appears that there is an ex exurtssed cxirsMed
urtssed 1 rl ed disposition on the part of the theVenezuelan theneozuelan theuezuelan
Venezuelan government to localize the theissues th theues >
issues 1 < tUe ues by b concentrating con entrating attention upon upontin uponHw uponth
tin th Olcott case which was the subject subjectf
of > f an arbitration in 108 lOO thus evading evadingthe
the t1i attempt on the part of the state de department de1ntment detrtment ¬
partment to rest its case principally on onhe onhe onhe
he asphalt controversy controversyThe controversyThe controversyThe
The Asphalt Case CaseAs CaseAs CaseAs
As a matter of fact the state depart department departIwut departr ¬
ment r nt has never been particularly stren strenuous strenuous sflenuous ¬
uous in its efforts to force a settlement settlementimmediately settlementimmediately
immediately 1 on the Olcott case or any anyother an antJwr anyethor
other minor pending claims being bein will willing willing willlpg ¬
ing toallow to allo allow all of these to be adjusted adjustediit
iit lt t some future date through the usual usualagency usual1gpny usualagency
agency of an international mixed com commission comIll cornnss1on ¬
mission Ill ssion but it has pressed ressed the asphalt asphaltase
ase as > principally because the eVnezue eVnezuelan eVnezueoIan eVnezueIan
Ian government in that matter may es establish establish establish ¬
tablish a precedent that will invalidate invalidateevery invalidatec
every c ery foreign concession concessionReply conceSBionReply concessionReplyWas
Reply ReplyWas Was as Insolent InsolentThe InsolentThe InsolentThe
The text of President Castros reply replyto repl replto
to Minister Bowen is now before Sec Secretary SecTEtary Secretary ¬
retary Taft who has determined not to tosend tosfnd tosend
send It to the president but to take it itunder itunder itunder
under consideration himself It is said saidthat s saidthat id idthat
that the communication fills the de description description doscription ¬
scription conveyed conve ed by Minister Bowen Bowenin
in his hl cablegram as to the form of ex expression EXres910n expression ¬
pression res910n which iie declared to be in insolent inolent iniolent ¬
solent iolentGARFIELD solentGARFIELD olentGARFIELD
Railroad Men MenAppear Appear Anxious to Meet Meetthe Meetthe Neetthe
the Commissioner of Cor Corporations Corporations Carporations ¬
porations porationsTopeka porationsTopeka porationsTopeka
Topeka Kan April 12 lJames James R ROarfield UGarfield ItGarfield
Garfield commissioner comlui eionerof of corporations corporationsIn
In Kansas to investigate the Staudard StaudardOil StaudardOil
Oil company held a a conference this aft afternoon aCtmoon afteriioon ¬
moon with General G < > neral Manager H IT ITMudge UMudge CIudge
Mudge of the Santa Fe No statement statementas
as to the result of the conference could couldbe couldb couldbe
be b secured but it related to the suit suitagainst suitagainst suitagainst
against the Santa Fe alleging conspir conspiracy < onspiry fl5pj ¬
acy 3 y with the Standard in the matter of ofoil ofoil ofnil
oil rates General Manager Mudse u e sup supplied supplied np npplied ¬
plied the commissioner with a large largeamount largeamount largeamount
amount of information as to rates rt s m moil n noil noil
oil Other loading leadin railroad hien men will willmeet willnlN willmeet
meet nlN t Mr Gnrfield It is i understood understoodthat understoodthat understoodthat
that the railroad men welcome the op opportunity opportunlty opportunity ¬
portunity of telling tell ins the commissioner commissionerthings commis commissionerthings ioner ionerthings
things in connection with the freight freighttrafllc freihttramc freighttraffic
traffic in the state as they the are anxious anxiousto
to be set right about the matter matterJ
J J I M Parker secretary of the Kan Kansas Kanflas Kansas ¬
sas Oil Producers association is here hereto heretf hereto
to tf > confer with Mr Garfield He came camoae camea8 caineas
ae the result of a telegram sent him by byGovernor byGovernor byGovernor
Governor Hoch Mr Parker and Mr MrJparfteld 1114ar Mr4artield
4ar Jparfteld ld had a long talk tonight in inhich Inhich in1mhich
1mhich hich the commissioner was promised promisedthe promiSithe
the oil men of the state would do all allthey allthy allthey
they could to help him himCommissioner himCommls himCommissioner
Commissioner Commls loner Garfield has decided d to todivide todlvl todivide
divide dlvl < 1e his investigation inveo tigaUon Into eight de departments departments dopartments ¬
partments each to be covered by an answers answers answers ¬
swers to ten questions < What these theseeighty theseeighty theseeighty
eighty questions are none but out Mr Gar GarHeld Gar1ld Garfield
Held and his assistants know and they theyrefuse the3oTPfu theyrefuse
refuse TPfu to tell tellMr tellr tellMr
Mr r Garfield expects to be able to be begin 1egin begin ¬
gin Ids work in the oil regions the lat latter latter tatter ¬
ter portion of the week weekFATAL weekFATAL weekFATAL
Strikers Attacked NonUnion Miners Minersin
in Minnesota MinnesotaSt
St Paul April 12 12The Tho riot that re resulted resuIted resuited ¬
suIted in the death of two miners at atHibbing atI atfibbing
I = fibbing late yesterday followed a astrike astrike astrike
strike of the miners at Hull and Rust Rustminea Rustmines Rustznlnea
mines who were refused an advance in inpay inpay inpay
pay of 35 i cents a day dayTheir da3oTheir dayTheir
Their demand was refused The men menleft menItft menleft
left the mines and forced the men out outat outat outat
at the Sellers mine the Oliver Iron Ironcompanys Ironompanys Ironcompanys
companys mines and the day crew ere em employed employed employed ¬
ployed by Porter Brothers at the Burt BurtStripping Burttrlpping BurtStripping
Stripping Meanwhile a number of ri rifles riflEs rilies ¬
fles were sent to the Burt mine When Whenthe Whenthe Yhenthe
the night crew crc went to work a body bodyof bod bodof bodyof
of strikers some armed with rifles ap appeared apptared appeared ¬
peared and opened fire on the workmen workmenThe workmenrhe workmenThe
The latter returned the fire immediate immediately ¬
ly This staggered the strikers who whowavered whowavered whowavered
wavered a few moments and then fled fledleaving fie1le8ving fleJleaving
leaving their dead on the ground The Thewounded Thewounded rheounded
wounded were assisted a lsted to their homes homesFurther hom homesFurther 8 8Further
Further advices from Hibblng state statethat sttethat statethat
that there was no trouble at the th mines minestoday nInestoday nlnf > s stoday
today Another of the men wounded woundedyesterday woun woundedyesterday ed edesterday
yesterday died today todayTHE toda3oTHE todayTHE
General J F Grant GrantBaltimore GrantBaltlmore GrantBaltimore
Baltimore April 12 12Gener General l J 1 F FGrant FGrant FGrant
Grant grand secretary 6ecreta of the sovereign sovereignKrand 8Oer sovereigngrand ign ignrand
grand rand lodge of Odd Fellows In the Uni Unitd L Unitd nl nltd
td States died today at the Union UnionProtestant UnionProtestant UnionProtestant
Protestant infirmary where he was op operated QPerated opCrated ¬
erated on about four weeks ago for a userious alItrlous aserious
serious internal affection affectionMrs affectionMrs flectionMrs
Mrs Isaac M Davis DavisSan DavisJ
4 J San Jose Cal April 12 12llrs Mrs Isaac IsaacM IsaacM
M 1 Davis a wealthy pioneer resident of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city and sister of the late Senator SenatorWilliam SenatorrUHam SenatorWilliam
William A Sharon of NeVada died this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning aged 82 S years yearsGeorge YearsGeorge yearsGeorge
George C Walker WalkerChicago WalkerChlcago WalkerChicago
Chicago April l2George l George C Walker Walkerformerly Walkerformerly ralkerformerb
formerly a prominent member of the theChicago theChIcago theChicago
Chicago board of trade Is 1 dead at his hishome hishome hishome
home in this city Death was du due to toheart toheart toheart
heart disease diseaseMiss diseaseMiss diseeMiss
Miss Howard Weeden WeedenKuntsTllle WeedenHuntsT1Ue WeedenHuntsville
KuntsTllle Ala April 12 121iS8 Miss How Howard Howard Howard ¬
ard Wooden Ie d n the southern poet and ait aitJfit aitjet art1st
jet died at her home here today
In I Fact Half of It Had Been Bec Spent SpentWeeks SpentWeeks SpentWeeks
OSTON Mass April 12 12A A state statement statement statement ¬
ment was wa made public today toda by bythe bythe bythe
the prudential committee of the theAmerican tlteAmerkan theAmerican
American board of commissiqners for forforeign rorrorel forforeign
foreign rorel missions which yesterday esterda voted votedto I
to accept 100000 offered to the board boardby boardby
by b John D Rockefeller Two weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago I
ago the prudential committee adapted adaptedthe adaptethe adaptedthe
the report of a subcommittee recom recommending recommending recommending ¬
mending the acceptance of the money moneyhut moneybut moneybut
but in view of the strong protest made madeby madeby madeby
by the Congregational clergy final ac action action action ¬
tion was deferred until yesterday when whena
a supplementary report was made by bythe bythe bythe
the subcommittee This report to together together togetlier ¬
gether with that of two weeks ago was wasadopted wasadopted wasadopted
adopted The supplementary report reportwnioh reportwhioh reportwhich
which was made public today takes up
the > objections of the protestants and andasserts nndnsserts andasserts
asserts tbut t ut they th > are not suflicient to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent the board from from accepting the themoney themOlH themoney
money mOlH j
One Point Raised RaisedOne RaisedOne RaisedOne
One of the U e principal points raised in inthe inthe inthe
the report is the claim claim of the commit committee committee committee ¬ I
tee that the American board cannot cannotnow cannotnow cannotnow
now legally le Il return Mr Rockefellers Rockefellersmonev Rockeft RockefellersIflOfleS > lIer lIermoney
money because the decisions of the thehiKhast thehl thehighest
highest hl hQst court are to the effect that thattrustees thattrustees thattrustees
trustees who have once accepted a gift giftand giftand giftand
and assumed certain obligations have haveno ha haveno e eno
no power to t return the gift and to ab absolve absolve ¬
solve themselves them > lves from those obligations obligationsHie
The committee holds that by b returning i
the gift as suggested by the protesting protestingclergyman protestingclergymgx1 I
clergyman n the American board will be bemade bemade bemade
made responsible r not only to those for forwhoso forwho
whoso who benefit the gift was designed designedbut designedbut designedbut II IIwho
but also to the present officers sue successors SU SUessors sueeS5ors ¬
cessors This statement refers to the theTact thefact thefact
fact that the board already has used usedonehalf usedonehair usedonehalf
onehalf of Mr Rockefellers gift which whichhas whi whichhas h hhas
has been actually accepted on Feb 14 14The HTIle 1iPIie
The committee holds that the action actionproposed actionproposed actionproposed
proposed by b the protestants namely namel namelthe
the return of the gift would have been beenwrong beenwrong beenwrong
wrong for it would have expressed expresseddisapprobation expresseddisapprobation expresseddisapprobation
disapprobation and condemnation of a aman aJnan aman
man when he was doing an act of be benevolence beneolence benevolence ¬
nevolence nevolenceThe neolencerhe nevolencerue
The committee says saysContrary sa saysContrary s sContrary
Contrary to Christian Spirit SpiritThis SpiritThis SpiritThis
This < vould have been to confuse the theissue
issue And to act contrary to the Chris Christian Christial Christialt ¬
tian tial spirit To prevent any an man from fromdoing
doing good is a wrong way wa in which to tovondemn toondemn toondemn I
ondemn him for evil it is as < wrong to tocondemn tocondemn tocondemn
condemn him when he is doing a good gooddeed sooddeed gooddeed
deed as to commend him when hon he is isdoing isdoing isdoing
doing a bad deed deedThe deedThe deedThe
The committee also contends that the theboard theboard tileboard
board is not organized or organIz anlzed to decide ques questions Ques Questions questions ¬
tions of temperance t m lanee economy of social socialism seciallam ¬
ism It is held that the return of tha thamoney thamom theiflolley J
money mom would be the passing of judg judgment jUdgmeat ¬ I IInent
meat upon the th irt tharaeter wacter of the donoK donoKAnd donolgiud
And nd the business methods he Is alleged allegedto
to have used and that this would he a awrong aWronm
wrong wrol to the church of which wkirhhe he Is H Hmember umemuer amember I
member The committee adds addsAny addsAn addsAny
Any An accusation against him could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not in Christian courtesy be icted ted upon uponunless uponunless I
unless he had a first t rst been tried by the thechurch thechurch 1 1church
church which endorsed him as a mem member member mom momher ¬
ber in good and regular standing standingAPPEAL standingAPPEAL i iAPPEAL
Columbus U April 12 lYIHn Whon in informed informed iiifornieji ¬
formed this afternoon of the final ac action xction sotiorl ¬
tion of the prudential committee ac accepting UlepUng soceptlng ¬
cepting the Rockefeller ROlkeff > lIer gift Rev He Dr DrWashington Dr1Vahington DrWashington
Washington Gladden Glad en said saidThe1 saidlhd saidTh4
The1 prudential committee has placed placeditself pl placeditself cd cditselr
itself on the broad and intelligible posi position lositiomi osi ositlon ¬
tion that all gifts must be received no nomatter nonlutter nonlatter
matter what may nut be the character of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the giver nor by what immortalities or orcrimes orcrimes orcrimes
crimes his gains may ma have been gath gathered gathered gathered ¬
ered eredFrom
From this decision an appeal will willnow willnow wHlnow
now be taken to the conscience cOl1 Cience of the theCongregational theCongregationn1 theCongregational
Congregational churches and the con conscience conscience conscience ¬
science of Christendom ChristendomRACE Chri ChristendomRACE tendom
81 81RACE
Negro Toughs Have Been Ordered to toLeave toLeave toLeave
Leave Coffeyville CoffeyvilleCoffeyville CoffeyvilleCofeYille CoffeyvilleCoffeyvilie
Coffeyville Kan April 12 l2A A race racewar raceval raceIvar
war val has narrowly been averted here hereas hereas hereas
as the result of the assault by a negro negroupon negroupon negroupon
upon Mrs lrs John Griffith white the wife wifeof wifeof wifeof
of a machinist and serious trouble is isstill isstill isstill
still likely likel Negroes of the worst class classhave clasha classhave
have ha e been ordered to leave town before beforenight heforenight beforeilight
night In anUc anticipation Imtion of a clash be between between between ¬
tween the two races the mayor today todayissued to todayiued ay ayIssued
issued a proclamation ordering orderin that all allcitizens xIIcitizens allcitizens
citizens disarm and at the same t tle tleman tmemany ie iemany
many man special officers were sworn in inSince inSine inSince
Since the negros attack upon Mrs MrsGriffith MrsGriffith MrsGriffith
Griffith fellow negroes have been arm arming arminS armlag ¬
inS to prevent the lynching of any in innocent innocent innocent ¬
nocent negro as seemed likely and andearly undearly andearly
early today an attempt to disarm a anumber al1umbEr aflimrnier
number of blacks resulted rl ultcd in a dozen dozenrevolvers doztnrevolvcrs dozenrevolvers
revolvers being leveled at Chief of Po Police PoIiee P0lice ¬
lice Smiths head Other negroes rushed rushedto
to the scene when a body bo y of whites whitesstopped whiter8toppOO whitesstopped
stopped them them with leveled rifles The Theleader Theleoader Tueleader
leader among the negroes was choked chokedinto chokedhue hokedinto
into insensibility and the others were weresubdued weresubdued weresubdued
subdued trouble being averted for the thetime thetime tiletime
time at least Many Man arrestst were weremade WEremade weremade
made The negro who ho assaulted Mrs MrsGriffith 1lrsGriffith MrsGriffith
Griffith is still at large largeAfter largeArter largeAfter
After the arrest of nine of their theirringleaders theirringleaders theirringleaders
ringleaders the negroes began to leave leavethe lea leavethe ye yethe
the streets Six more liiore negroes were werelater werelater werelater
later arrested without trouble Four Fourhundred Fourhundred Fourhundred
hundred deputies were ere sworn in today todaywith t todaywith dll dllwith
with orders ord rs to shoot on the slightest slightestprovocation slightestprovocation slightestprovocation
provocation No o negro 1 etTo was wn < 1 to be found foundon
on the streets after G oclock clock White WhitejMiople Whitepeople Vll1teJople
people are patrolling the streets to tonight toni tonight ¬
night ni ht and they say sa they are deter determined delerto determiiied ¬
mined to rid the town of bad negroes negroesA
A report comes late tonight from Len Lenpah Lenpah LemuPab
pah twelve miles south of here in the theIndian theIndian theIndlami
Indian Territory Territor that the negro who whoassaulted whoaesaulted whoassaulted
assaulted Mrs 118 Griffith Tuesday morn morning mornIng morntag ¬
ing has been bet n run Jown and cultured culturedThe ea capturedfile tur d dThe
The news causes much tnu < h excitement f > here hereand hertand hereand
and a renewal of lynching In iync < hing threats has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been made madeSALARY madtSALARY madeSALARY >
Helena Mont April 12 12Judge Judge W H HHunt HHunt HHunt
Hunt in the federal court today made madean madean madean
an order reducing the monthly com compensation compensation cornpeneation ¬
pensation of John S Harris receiver of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Snohomish and Tramway Tramwn mines in inButte inButte inButte
Butte valuable copper properties in inlitigation Inlitigation Inlitigation
litigation between the Amalgamated Amalgamatedcompany Amalgamatedcompany l1 l1compan
company and Helnze from 5500 OO to 250 250per 250per 250per
per month Ever since Harris was ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed to the position several years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago by Judge Knowles I < Mr r Heinze has hasregularly hasregularlY hasregularly
regularly each month objected to pay payment pa pament pay1font ¬
ment of 500 OO per month to Harris but butlife bulhi buthIS
life hi ODJejRtlons o j tlo 1s were overruled and an anappeal anappeal anappeal
appeal from such ruling is now pend pending pending lending ¬
ing before the United States circuit circuitcourt cirUltcourt circuitcourt
court of appeals appealsr
ThisTime the News Comes from Am Amsterdam Amterdam Antsterdam ¬
sterdam Holland HollandSTORY Holland HollandSTORY HollandSTORY
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ + 4 4Amsterdam
+ Amsterdam Holland HolI J1d April 12 12A 12A 12A +
+ A tight is now no in progress near nearthe nearthe +
4 + + the Anambas islands east of the theMalay theMalay + I Ial01
+ + Malay al01 peninsula p nimmla according accor lng to a atelegram atelegram atelegram + +
+ telegram from Batavia island of ofJava ofJava + f ff
+ f Java to the Handelsblad news newsf newspaper newspaper +
+ f paper paperThe paperThe + f fThe
+ The dispatch adds that five fiveDuteh fiveDutch + f ff
+ + f Dutch warships warships are near the scene sceneof sceneof + t tof
+ + of battle Details are lacking lackingSingapore lackinsSingapore + 4 4Singapore
+ + f
+ Singapore Straits Settlement SettlementApril + f ff
+ 4 f April 12 lThe The British cruiser cruiserSutlej 4 4Sutlej f ff
± + f Sutlej has arrived here from fromHongkong fromHongkong + r rf
+ f Hongkong She reports having havingpassed havingpassed havingpassed +
+ passed the Russian second Pa Paific Pacifle +
+ 4 cific < ific squadron including seven sevenbattleships sevenbaltleships sevenbattleships +
+ + battleships steaming north at atdnylight 4 f fdaylight
+ + daylight April 11 11S + f fT
+ 4 4 4Ct +
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
Ct T PETERSBURG April 12 1 438 p pJ pmThc pnlThe
J m mThc The admiralty admila y has ha no infor information infor111a inforniation ¬
mation 111a liou in regard to the alleged allegednaval allegednaval
naval battle in progress off the Anambas Anam Anambas Allarnhas
bas islands as reported to a newspaper newspaperof
of Amsterdam from Batavia and does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not credit the possibility of a general generalnaval generalmnal generalnaval
naval battle yet The officials concede concedehowever concedehowecr concedehowever
however that the Japanese may ma have haveattempted haEattempted haveattempted
attempted a torpedo boat attack on ona ona ona
a convoy convo during the night It is ispointed ispointed Ispointed
pointed out that there is no cable con connecting connecting confleeting ¬
necting the Anambas islands and Ba Batavia Bata Batavia ¬
tavia ta ia and that the first news of a fight fightshould fi fightshould ht htshould
should come from from Singapore Slnga ore unless the theDutch theDutch tileDutch
Dutch warships are able to communi communicate communicate communicate ¬
cate with Batavia by b wireless tele telegraphy telegntl telegraph ¬
graph graphyf gntl graphI
News of Battle Should Have Come Comefrom Comefrom Comefrom
from Singapore SingaporeLondon SingaporeLondon SingaporeLondon
London April 12 l 12No Xo confirmation confirmationhns
has yet been received in London of ofthe orthe ofthe
the reports r ports from Batavia Java of a anaval anavai
naval naalbattle battle off the Anambas islands islandsand islandsand
and as there is no cabl connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith
with those islands it is difficult to see seehow seehow seehow
how Batavia could have got such news newsbefore newsJefore newsbefore
before Singapore SingaporeA
A dispatch to Lloyds from from Singapore Singaporetoday Singaporetod Singaporetoday
today tod practically confirms the Asso Associated Associated Assoelated ¬
ciated Press first information regard regarding regar regarthe regardlag ¬
ing lag the composition < of the Russian Russiansquadron Russiansquadron ifLl ifLlsquaQrnll
squadron which passed tissed there Aipril Si SiIK S SLibyds
IK JJI Libyds yds y s agusiys s5Ot gpf says RVS jc u v as composed of ofjfcveif ofiteveit
jfcveif Ji btitHflbhins 1J i ttl li1PR two armored ernie cruisers cru erniedc 18 ¬
ers fin five unarmord cruisers three threeconverted threecOl1erteod threeconverted
converted cruisers ruiser seven torpedo boat boatdestroyers boatdestroyer boatdestroyers
destroyers seventeen sevent en steamers and andhospital andhospital andhospital
hospital ships shil and a tug tugWILL tugWILL tugWILL
French Warships Patrolling Coast of ofCochin ofCochin ofCochin
Cochin China ChinaSstiRon ChinaSHi ChinaSaigon
SHi Saigon on French Cochin China April Aplil12The April12Tile
12 12The The French cruiser Descartes and andfive Rndnve andfive
five torpedo torpe o bouts arc cruising off Cape CapeSt CapeSt
St James near here hereThe hErerhe hereThe
The French gunboats Acheron and andStyx an anStyx andStyx
Styx are about to leave leaveSRigon Saigon for the thepurpose thepUtpo thepulpose
purpose pUtpo c it Is i aid id of preserving the theneutrality theneutrulit3o theneutrality
neutrality of France in those waters watersThe wnterThe watersThe
The Descartes which is furnished furnishedwith furnishedwith furnishedwith
with wireless telegraph tEI ruph apparatus has hasreceived haSreceived hasreceived
received several dispatches in a foreign foreigncode foreigncode
code which are illegible illegibleSeveral fUcJibleSeveral illegibleSeveral
Several Japanese ships are cruisin cruisinoff cruising cruisingoff
off the coast of Cochin China for the thepurpose themrpose thepurpose
purpose of preventing the Russians Russianstaking Russianstaking Russianstaking
taking coal on board and are making makingreconnaissances makingrE
reconnaissances reconnaissancesA rE r onltaissanceA
A Chinese junk which arrived here hererecently hererecently I
recently re reported > orted that two Japanese Japanesevessels JapaneseYeH Japanesevessels
vessels YeH < els purchased supplies at Pulo PuloObi PuloObi Pub PubObi
Obi at the southern extremity of Co Cochin Cochin Coehimu ¬
chin China ChinaIn
In case ca < e a battle occurs off the coast coastof coastof
of Cochin China the only onl incidents incidentsanticipated incidentsanticipated incidentsanticipated
anticipated by b the French colony here hereare heleare hereare
are that the belligerents may send sen dis disabled dIsablea d dabied ¬
abled ships to this port portTHREE portTHREE portTHREE
Admiral Togo Has Arranged Plan of ofBattle ofBattle ofBattle
Battle BattleXcw BattleXcw BattleNets
Xcw York April 12 l2It It is guardedly guardedlyadmitted guardedlyadmilted guardedlyadmitted
admitted in Tokio according to the theKxpress theExprPS8 theExpress
Express correspondent there says sn s an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican
American dispatch from London that thatAdmiral thatAdmhal thatAdmiral
Admiral Togo has completed his but buttle buttie battie ¬
tie organization by dividing his fleet fleetinto fleetinto fleetinto
into three squadrons flying main and andreserve andresere aiitlreserve
reserve reserveThe resererhe reserveThe
The flying squadron made up of his hisfasteat hisfnstezt hisfastest
fastest cruisers already is scouting the theChina theChina theChina
China sea and will m open the fighting fightingthe
the main squadron made > up of most mostof mostor mostof
of his battleships and armored cruis cruisers cruisers crulsera ¬
ers is to follow into action the re reserve reserve reserve ¬
serve squadron comprising the remain remaining remaining remaining ¬
ing r tleshlps and cruisers will com complete complete coinpiete ¬
plete the attack if necessary necessar and guard guardagainst guardagainst guardagainst
against any attack in the rear rearCollier rearCollier rearCollier
Collier Held Up UpSingapore UpSingapore UpSingapore
Singapore Straits Settl9nient April April12The April12The
12 12The The German collier Hindoo now at atthis ntthis atthis
this port loaded with 4200 tons of ofCardiff orCardiff ofCardiff
Cardiff coal for the island of Tanjorg TanjorgPandan TanjorgPandan TanjornPantlan
Pandan has been refused ref d clearance clearancepapers clearancepapCrs clearancepapers
papers for Saigon unless her com commander commander cOfllmander ¬
mander gives bonds to deliver hr hrcargo h hrrcargo r rcargo
cargo through the British consul there thereA
A guard has been placed on board the thesteamer thestenmer thesteamer
steamer steamerThe stenmerThe steamerThe
The Straits Times today t day publishes a adispatch adispatch adispatch
dispatch from Batavia Java confirm confirming contlrming confirmlag ¬
ing on good authority the statement statementthat statementthat statementthat
that there > are no Russian warshilluntok warships at atMuntok atMuntok
Muntok Island of Banka BankaAM BanknAil BankaAU
AM Ail Accounted For ForLondon ForLondon ForLondon
London April prn 12 lThe The Associated AssociatedPress AssociatedPress AssociatedPress
Press is able to confirm absolutely the thestatement thefttatemel1t theqtatement
statement that the Russian battleships battleshipspassed battleshipspassed battleshipspassed
passed Singapore going eastward April AprilS
S so that all of Vice Admiral Rojest Rojestvenskys Rojestvel1skys Rojestvenakys
venskys squadron are accounted for forThis forThis forThis
This definite news about the battleship battleshipwas
was sent to Singapore by wireless tele telegraph telegraph tebegraph ¬
graph from the China sea It is pre presumed presumed prosumed ¬
sumed here that the battleships passed passedfurther passedfurther passedfurther
further out to sea than the rest of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th squadron hence the divergent re reports reports rePorts ¬
ports regarding the number of ships shipsSighted sbipsSighted shipsSighted
Sighted off Borneo BorneoLondon BorneoLondon BorneoLondon
London April 12 12The Thecorrespondent Thecorrespondentat coviespondent coviespondentat oespondent oespondentat
at Labuan off the northwsist coast of ofBorneo orBorneo ofBorneo
Borneo of the Daily Mail says that re reports reports roports ¬
ports are current c rrent tharethat th < arethat large largofieets largofieetshae fleets fleetshave fleetshave
have been sighted southof souU o Borneo BorneoI
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A Suggestion for the CliffDwellers on Brigham Street
Refuses to Talk Tal About Abo t Any Features of the Numerous Cases CasesAgainst Casest CasestAgainst i I
Against Him HlmlndlCtment Indictment Against Seattle SeattleAttorney Se SeattleAttorney ttle I
Attorney Dismissed i Ii I
rORTLAND Ore April Iril 12 l 1United 1UnitedStates United UnitedStates UniledStlttes
States District Attorney Heney to today toda today ¬
day da decided to dism di m ei the indict indictment indictment indictmeat ¬
ment against H L Sisler S slel of Seattle Seattleupon Seattleilpoil eattleupon
upon the ground round that he had no guilty guiltyknowledge guiltyknowiedge uilt uiltknolebe
knowledge of the offense with which he lieis heis heis
is charged char chargedtha edthat that of conspiring to de defraud defraud defraud ¬
fraud the government oelnmt > nt out of a portion portionof portionI I
of its public lands Sisler was wa indicted indictedduring Indittedurln indictedduring
during urln the closing moments of the > late latefederal latlfederal latefederal
federal grand jury jur and accused of ofhaving orhaving ofhaving
having aided aid > d Willard X Jones in a ascheme ascheme aselleme
scheme to acquire ac < tuire title to a large lar e tract tractin traetin tractill
in the Siletz Indian reservation through throughthe
the Instrumentality of old soldiers soldiersclaims soldiersclaims soldiersclaims
claims He is the assistant a general generalagent generalagent generalagent
agent of the Consolidated Railway Railwaycompany Ranwacompany Hallwayconupany
company of Seattle comprising the Chi Chicago Chicago Ciuicago ¬
cago St Paul Minneapolis and Omaha Omahaand Omahaand Omahall1
and ll1 Chicago Northwestern and for forfour rorfour forfour
four and a half years was Portland Portlandagent Porilanagent Portlandagent
agent of one of the Portland iron com companies companies coinpanics ¬
Sisler Was Imposed Upon UponAccording UponAccording UponAccording
According to the statement made to toMr to1lr toItlr
Mr Heney Hene Sisler was imposed upon uponby uponbyv by byV byr
V r N Jones to the extent of unwitting unwittingly ¬
ly acting as agent in the transfer of
n ELLINGHAM Wash rash April 12 12Frederick l 12b
S b Frederick L Dames fc butcher butcherwas butcherwas butcherwas I
was found murdered in his hi room roomthis roomthis roomthis
this morning A steel screw driver had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been driven through his skull with a ahatchet ahatchet ahatchet
hatchet His head hea was horribly horribl muti mutilated mutilated muttlated ¬
lated with the hatchet Blood was wassplashed wassplashed wassplashed
splashed around the room giving evi evidence evidence cvideuce ¬
dence of a fierce struggle The watch watchand watchand watchand
and about 20 in cash known to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been in Dames possession last night nightare nig nightare t tare
are missing missingThe missingThe missingThe
The discovery was wa made at 815 this thismorning thismorning thIsmorning
morning by b Ed Leonard a boy em employed employed empioyed ¬
ployed in the shop owned owne by b the mur murdered murdered murdered ¬
dered man He went into a little room roomin roomin
in the rear where the victim of the thetragedy thetrnged thetragedy I
tragedy slept and there foun found < j the body bodyVictim bod bodVictim bodyVictim
Victim an Old Man ManDames ManDames ManDames
Dames was about CO j years ears old 01 < 1 He Heformerly Hefonner Heformerly
formerly fonner lived In Portland John JohnOYea JohnOYea TohnOYea
OYea of that city cit is believed to have havebeen hnyebeen havebeen
been his closest friend friendNo friendNo friendNo
No trace of the murderer or murder murderers ¬
ers is found and no motive is known knownsave lenownsaye knownsave
save robbery The coroner and the po police police police ¬
lice are making a thorough investiga investigation iniestlgalion invetigation ¬
tion tionThe The instrument driven into Dames DamesJEALOUS DamesJEALOUS DamesJEALOUS I
Spokane Spol ane Wash April 12 12Ur Mrs Ber Bertha Bertha Bertha ¬
tha Fowler is under arrest at St An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews Wash accused of a murderous murderousattack murdcrouattack murderousattack
attack upon Miss Bertha Fowler whom whomshe whomshe whomshe
she accused of secretly meeting her herhusband herhusbnnd herhusband
husband Mrs lrs Fowler met the girl girlin girlIn girlIn
in the postoffice at Jean and after aft r ap appreaching npproaehins approaching
preaching her attacked her herwtth with a asharp asharp asharp
sharp case knife stabbing her fie flvetimes fietimeS fivetinle
times near the heart heartThe The girl may maydie ma madi maydie
die di The women it is understood are arenot arenot arehot
not related
= = c
several ot the old soldiers soldlersentries entries Mr MrHoney MrHeney 11 11Heney
Heney was not entirely entirel convinced that thatSisler thatSiSI thntSlider
Slider SiSI < l was wm to blame in the matter ma ttel and andthe antIthe aiitlthe
the explanation he makes of his con connection conn conneetion ¬
nection n > tion with inl the Jones transactions transactionsconvinced transuctionsoninced transactionseOlViflced
convinced the district attorney attorne that lie liehad hehad liehUl
had no guilty knowledge of any of the thedetails thedetails thedetails
details detailsClarence detailsClatenlC detailsClarence
Clarence H Zachary 7all18r Edward Bar Barnardand Barnard Barhard ¬
nardand nard and Charles W Watson jointly jointlyIndicted jointlyIndicted
Indicted by b the federal grand jury last lastSaturday lastSaturday
Saturday upon a perjury charge in inhaving inhaving
having made false oaths to the final finalproofs finalproofs I
proofs of each other in connection with withhomestead withhomestead withhomestead
homestead entries alleged to have ha e been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made by b them in the interest of Butte ButteLjtnd ButteLand ButteLand
Land Timber company were ar arraigned ¬
raigned in the United States district districtcourt districtcourt
court courttoda today and entered pleas in abate abatement abatement abatemeat ¬
ment similar to the one presented yes yesterday yesterday es esterda ¬
terday terda in behalf of Senator Mitchell MitchellTheir MitchellTheir IitchellTheir
Their cases will be heard Friday Fridu morn morning 1110rning niornjag ¬
Mitchell Is Mum MumSenator MumSn MumSenator
Senator Sn orlitchell Mitchell refuses absolutely to todiscuss todiscuss I Idisuss
discuss any feature of the numerous numerousindictments numerousindictnuents I
indictments against him preferring not notto notto I
to make a statement of any sort ort to the thepublic thepub1i tilepublic
public except as arranged through court courtproceedings courtproceedings
proceedings Iroc edlngs I
Old Man Found Murdered in His Room RoomBody Body Horribly IViuti IViutilated Muti1 i
lated latedVith With a Hatchet HatchetNo No Clue so Far Farto Fartothe I Itothe
to tothe the Assassin I
head was found to be a screw sere driver driverThis driverThis
This was evidently evidentl the property lrpert of the themurderer themurdere timemurderer
Revenge the Motive MotiveRevenge MotiveRevenge MotiveRevenge
Revenge rather than robbery is isthought isthought isthought
thought to have been the motive for f r the themurder themurder tIlemurder
murder of Dames At the coroners coronersinquest coronersInquest coronersinquest
inquest which began late this after afternoon aftrnQon afternoon ¬
noon D W McArthur testified that the thevictim theyictlm thevictim
victim had once made reference to a avery aver avery
very ver bitter personal enemy en m Who Iho this thisenemy thisenem thisenemy
enemy enem may ma have been where he lived livedof livedor livedof
of the occasion for his hostility are not notknown notknowll notknown
known Dames is said aid to have been a aman a11mn aJuan
man of violent temper when aroused arousedThe arousedThe arousedThe
The police are working on the revenge revengetheory revengetheory
theory theoryPortland theor theorPortland theoryPortland
Portland Ore April 12 12Frederiek Frederick L LDames LDames LDames
Dames for or many years ears conducted < 1 a abutcher abutchcr abutcher
butcher shop on First street between betweenMorrison betweenMorrison betweenMorrison
Morrison and Alder in this city He Hedisposed Hedisposed 1Icdisposed
disposed of his shop about eighteen eighteenmonths eighteenmonths eighteenmonths
months ago going to Bellingham Mr MrDames MrDames r rDames
Dames wa waxtabout tabout 55 years ears old and an as asfar asfar asfar
far as canfee can cane e learned had no relatives relativesin
in this country eount1 He was a man of quiet quietdemeanor quietdemeanor quietdemeanor
demeanor and made few fe intimate intimatefriends intimatefriends intimatefriends
friends He is said to have been a aUnion aUnion
Union soldier and a member of the th < G GA GA GA
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVlashlngton HeraldWashington
Washington April 12 12The The comptrol comptroller ¬
ler of currency eurJ enc today toda authorized the theFirst theFirst theFirst
First National bank of Layton Utah Utahto Utahto Utahto
to begin business with a capital of of42500ft ofi2jiocgf
42500ft 2 00Cl James Pingree is president E ER EP EP
P Ellison and R Adams vice presi presidents presidents presidents ¬
dents and James E Ellison cashier cashierRURAL cashiercar cashierRURAL
Special to The Herald HeraldI HeraldTahington HeraldWashington
I Washington April 12 12Jos 12Josph Joseph ph A Sill Sillhas SillhaS Sillhak
has been appointed regular and David DavidMUSill Davidir
MUSill ir Sill substitute rural free delivery deliverycarrier deUerycarrier deliveryearner
carrier route 1 at Laytpn L ytpn Utah
Supreme Court Asked for Rehearing Rehearingin
in ill Important Case CaseONE CaseONE CaseONE
Special to The The Herakl HeraklWASHINGTON HeraklW 1IerakitAI
tAI ASHI ASI1JNGTON GTOX April J > riJ 12 l2n An appli application applicationlas appliV ¬
V V cation cationlas has been made m ue to the su supreme supreme anprerne ¬
preme court of the United States Statesfor Statesfor Statesfor
for a hearing in the case of the Creede CreedeCripple CleOOeCripple CreedeCripple
Cripple Creek Mining Milling com company comany cornpany ¬
pany versus the Uintah Tunnel Mining MiningTransportation MiningTransportation UningTranspoltation
Transportation company of Colorado Coloradowhich Coloradowhich Coloradowhich
which was decided adversely to peti petitioner petitioner petitioner ¬
tioner by the supreme court on Jan 38 38xormer 38Fonner 3 3Former
Former Governor Charles S Thomas ThomasA
A T Gunnell and W V H Bryant appear appearfor appearfor I Ifor
for petitioners and set forth that the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court erred in ill its former decision in insix inix insix
six ix particulars the principal ones be beins beIng belag
ins in giving the tunnel company a ver verdict Vlrict verdict ¬
dict ict on the ground that a tunnel claim claimis
is superior to a iode claim when the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two are arein in conflict and in holding that thatthe thattthe thatthe
the patent did not relate back to the thefiling theSIlinS thefiling
filing of the location certificate < in the theoffice theofI theoffice
office ofI e of the county count clerk Ier and recorder recorderas
as required < l by federal federal and state laws lawsIt
It being shown in this ease that the lode lodeclaims lodedahns lodeclaims
claims were prior in JOiiit x oint > iiit of time to tothe toUle tothe
the tunnel claim and in declaring the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law to be that the tunnel claimant need neednot n n1I0t neednot
not adverse the lode lo e claim where there therewas tht therewas > le lewa
was wa < actual conflict < between the lode lodeand lodennd lodeand
and tunnel claim
The unusual feature of the applies application appliestion ¬
tion in j that 156 1 6 large mining minin companies companiesand cotnNtniesand
and mine owners in Colorado Montana MontanaNevada MontanaNevada MontannXeyada
Nevada and South Dakota join in the thepetition thepetition the1etitiOfl
petition for rehearing setting forth the thefact thefact thefact
fact that the th < > case is one of such vital vitalimportance vitalimportance Hal Halin1ortanee
importance to the metal mining inter interests intelests inleteats ¬
ests of the west est that further hearing hearingshould hearingI
I should be given the case by the su supreme enI u uprcme ¬
I preme court the former decision being beingby beingby beingby
by a divided court courtAmong courtAmong courtAmong
Among the prominent mining com companies companies cornpanies ¬
panies joining in the petition for a re rehearing rehearing tehearing ¬
hearing are the Anaconda Butte ButteBoston ButteI ButteBoston
Boston Consolidated Boston Mon Montana Mootana lon lontana ¬
I tana and AVashoe Copper company of ofMontana oftontana ofMontana
Montana Portland Anchoria Leland LelandEl LehmdPaoo
El Paso Consolidated Gold Hill Bo Bonanza Bonanza 130ianza ¬
nanza Camp Bird Limited Creede CreedeUnited CreedetJnited CreedeUnited
United of Colorado and Samuel SamuelLachlen Mc McLachleii MeLachlen
Lachlen of Park City Utah and Lead LeadSouth LeadSouth LeadSouth
South Dakota Practically all owners ownersof ownersof ownersof
of metal mines in the Goldfield Nev Nevdistrict Nerdistrict e edistrict
district join in the petition petitionSUDDEN petitionC8 petitionSUDDEN
C8 C8I
Great Falls Mont out April 12 l 12iiIle 12iiIledriving While Whilewith rhUe rhUeI
I driving with his family famn yesterday Lee Lees LeeB LeeB
B s i Cook uoii a stockman living livin near Glas Glasgov GhuI Glasgow
I gow became violently yiolentl insane In a afrenzy aI afrenzy
frenzy he lashed his team and in the therunaway therunaa therunaway
I runaway which followed was thrown to tothe toI tothe
I the ground sustaining injuries from fromI fromwhich
I which he died today toda His wife and andI andsister
I sister who ho were in the carriage with withI withl1im withhim
I I him were uninjured uninjuredi uninjuredKILLED
I I Rochester N Y April 12 1Arlbur 1ArlburLutchfield 12ArthurLutchfleld Arthur ArthurLutchfleld
Lutchfleld secretary and treasurer of ofthe 0 0the ofthe
the Mechanics Savings bank of this thiscity thiseit3o thiscity
city committed suicide today toda by b shoot shooting shootins shootlag ¬
ins The cause of his act is said to tohave tohave tohave
have been ill health healthPOSTED healthr healthPOSTED healthPOSTED
London April 12 12The The British steam steamer steamFres ¬
er Freshfield Fres hfi Captain Cap aln Lawson from fromvPensacola fromPJW from1Pupacola
vPensacola PJW cola JeJV J ap jjiivla 10 NorfolkFeb Norfolk Feb Febfar FebfaT 7 7for
for feumbuJg numqu 61M i Snd Roitterdam has been beenposted beenp03ted beenposted
posted at 110 16jfsb I ds3 5 missing missingv
Many Voluntarily Visit Judge Brown Brownat Broo11at
at Initial Session of Tribunal TribunalTALK TribunalTALK
i TILLY twentyfive twentyficboYS boys and three threewomen threewon1en threeI
FULLY I women either came ue voluntarily or orwere orere orwere
were ere brought into the Juvenile Juvenilecourt juvenilecourt juvenIlecourt
court at its initial session yesterday yesterdayThe ye terday terdayThe
The session was held in the t rooms on onthe onthe onthe
the fifth floor of the city and county countybuilding count countbuilding countYbuilding
building which hieh were ere formerly used for forthe forthe forthe
the district attorneys attorne s office The cour courwas court courtwas courtwas
was presided over by Judge Willi WilliBrown WUlisrBrown WiIlBrown
Brown who was assisted by City Cft Re Recorder Recorder Recorder ¬
corder J S Critchlow and Probation ProbationOflicer ProbationOfficer ProbationOmeer
Officer M MWoods MWoodsIn lL Woods WoodsIn oo s sIn
In two of the cases the mothers motlierswere motherswere motherswere
were found to be the delinquents and andthese andth andthese
these th > Se were ordered to report Saturday Saturdaywith Saturdaywith Saturdaywith
with the children guilty of truancy truancyready truancyready trUaHCYready
ready for school S < hool Monday tonda morning The Theevidence Theevidence Theevidence
evidence went to show that the mother motherin
in at least one case wilfully wilful neglects to tosend toend tosend
send th children to school and lience lienceshe liencehe henceshe
she he becomes bt > COmes a delinquent The small smallboy smallbo smallboy
boy bo who was guilty nt of theft was per permitted permitted permitted ¬
mitted to go o with the order to report reportthis reportthMs reportthis
this morning at the opening of th thcourt the thecourt thecourt
court He agreed to end endeavor avor to bring bringthe bringthe bringthe
the other boys who were w re with him himwhen himwhen hintwhen
when he broke into the Salvation army armybarracks a1o111 a1o111barralks atnybarracks
barracks and is to appear accompan accompanied ¬
ied by b his parents this morning morningBoys morningBoys i iBoys
Boys Come Voluntarily VoluntarilyAn
An interesting phase was 85 the volun voluntary voluntary olunta ¬
tary ta appearance of nineteen young boys boyswho boyswho boyswho
who bad formerly joined the AntiCi AntiCigarette AntiCiga AntiClgarette ¬
garette ga elte league and had since fallen into intothe intothe Intothe
the habit of using tobacco again These Theseboys Theseboys Theseboys
I Ithe
boys were told some weeks ago when whenthe wheitthe
the league was formed of ofthe the real rea reasons reasoils ¬ 1 1sons
sons why they the were ere not prosecuted un under under UntIer ¬
der the law against minors using to tobacco tobacco tobacco ¬
bacco The law has become almost a adead adead adead
dead letter because the officers felt that thatit
it would be worse for the boys to be beplaced b bplaced beplaced
placed in jail and given a trial for this thisoffense thisoffense thisoffense
offense than to be allowed to continue continueThe continueThe continueThe
The boys preferred to report for them themselves th thS themselves ¬
selves S > lves and under the leadership of one oneboy oneboy oneboy
boy who is an officer of the league they theycame theycaIne theycaine
caIne in They were ere not made to take a apledge apledge apledge
pledge but were simply asked to report reportprogress reportprogress reportprogress
progress In ten days daysGeneral dasGeneral daysGeneral
General Report Day DaySaturday DaySaturday DaySaturday
Saturday April 22 is made a general generalreport generalleJort generalreport
report day da and all the delinquents are areto areto areto
to bring reports both from parents and andfrom atulfrom andfronu
from teachers showing progress and andconduct andeonduct andconduct
conduct during the intervening period periodMany periodtany periodMany
Many visitors dropped into the court courtduring eourtI courtduring
I during durin the afternoon especially those thoseinterested thoseinterested thoseinterested
interested in the work During the aft ¬
ernoon Judge Brown appeared before beforethe beforeth beforethe
the th principals meeting and explained explainedthe explaine
the system > m of reports and the blanks bl8nk to tobe tob tobe
be b used u ytf in petitioning ptitoning for the children childrento rl1ldren rl1ldrento
to be s sP1 seit nt to the th court The session sessionwill sessiontvIii e jon jonwI
will wI open o n at 1030 oclock ocl < k this morning morningMURDERER morningc morningMURDERER morningMURDERER
Torturici Tortrici Believed Beleved to Be in San Fran Francisco Fan Fancisco Francisco ¬
cisco But the Police Can Cannot Cannot Cannot ¬
not Locate Him HimSan Hm HmSan HimSan
San Francisco Francso April Apri 12 lPletro Pietro Tor Torturici TortUli1 or orturc1
turici turc1 who is i suspected suspeced of the murder murderof
of Biaggio Bi io Vilardo has not nt yet been beenarrested ben benar beenarrested
arrested though every effort for his hisapprehension hisapprehension
ar te tlough efort 1s 1sapprltensiou
apprehension apprltensiou is being heln made Some Somecredence Sonlecrednce Somecredence
credence crednce being bing placed in the repot rep repurt repurtthat t tthat ttht
that tht an Italian Itlan answering ansering his descrip description derip deripton description ¬
tion ton had bought bu ht a railroad rair d ticket tcket for forthe forKan forKaiirss
Kan Kaiirss f City in San Jo Jose on Sftuday Sftudaythe Saturday Saturdaythe
the officials omcals of the eastern city have haveb
b ben en notified 1tife to be b on the lookout lokout for forthe forthe forthe
the suspect suspt A number numbr of detectives detectiveshowever detectie deteeticeshowever
however are inclined inclne to scout sout this thisstory thisstory his hisstor
story stor They rhe point pint out that Torturici Torturicihad Torturic Torturicihad
had little ltte or no money and that his hisfriends hisfrieos hisfriends
friends frieos were of the poorer Drer class classIt ca caI
It I is the general belief bler that Tortu Torturici Torturici Torturici ¬
rici is still sUI in this city cty Vilardo will willbe wi wilibe
be buried burie tomorrow in the Holy Cross Crosseemetery Cr5 Cr5cneter Crosscemetery
cemetery eemeteryAncio cneter cemeteryAncio
Ancio Brissile Brissie will wi appear for trial trialin trialin trialin
in Superior Supriol Judge Cooks court on the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of murdering Giuseppe Giupp Brogardo Brogardoon Brogar o oon
on the night of Jan 22 2 last It I is be believed belend bclieved ¬
lieved lend by many that the murder of Vi Vilardo Vilaro Vilardo ¬
lardo laro grew out ot of the Brogardo Brogardo tragedy tragedyas trageY trageYa
as a witnesses witnes for the prosecution proscuton in the theBrogardo timellrogardo e eBrogrdo
Brogardo Brogrdo murder case ca8 have been In Intimidated Intmidated intimklated ¬
timidated tmidated Vilardo Viardo was a close friend friendand frend frendand friendamid
Bro ardo and andwith andwith
and fellow felow townsman of Brogardo al alwlb
with wlb Brogardos Bro ardos cousin cousn Benedetto Bnedeto Fi Fiitta FiUta Friitta
itta conducted coducted and bore le the expenses expensesof
of Brogardos BIcardog funeral funeralA funel funelA
A number nu nr of Italian Itlan women of this thiscity thisct thiscity
city ct resenting 1eentn what they consider to be becruel becruel
cruel treatment of Mrs rs Torturici Torturc by the thepolice theplce thepolice
police plce have Iaye subscribed snbribed to a fund for forher forhe forher
her he legal 1gal protection prtetin They The have en engaged enage engaged ¬
gaged age an attorney atorney to represent reprent her at atthe atthe atthe
the coroners coronrs inQue inquest and to aid ai her so sofar sofar
far as may m8 be b deemed deeln proper popr until unti the thequestion thellueUon thequestion
question llueUon of her complicity coplciy in the crime crimei crimeattributed
I I i attributed atributed termined to her husband husbd has been bn de determined determiMed determiseti ¬
Kansas Ian5 City April Aprill2The pri 12 12The The local JoaJ po police p police ¬
lice ce who wl are on the lookout 10Jout for Pietro PietroTorturici Pi PietroTorturici tro trorOturii
Torturici rOturii say sy they the have as ap yet found foundno
no trace trl of the alleged ileJld murderer murdererCOWBOYS murderera1e murdererCOWBOYS
a1e a1eCOWBOYS
COWBOYS ON HAND HANDEverything HANDEverything HANDEverything
Everything Ready for the Colorado ColoradoBear ColoradoBear ColoradoBear
Bear Hunt HuntDenver HuntDenver
Denver lnEr Colo 010 April Aprl 12 1 1lnformation Information lnformaton to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night from Glen Glenwo Glenwood wood Springs Is to the thefor theeret theeffect
eret effect tha that the mn men wu are arrnln arranging arrangingfor
for President Preient R Reoseveit o evelt en lt s bunt in Colo Colorado Colordo Cob Cobrado ¬
rado rdo are art more than thn 4cesed > tes l ed with th the out outlook outl outlook ¬
look l Guide Jake Bomb Brh has ha heard heardfrom herd herdfrm heardfrom
from frm a majority nutjrUy of the thetrJers trailers sent snt out outto outw outto
to locate loate bears br and says sys that they are aremeeting arel1lnr aremeeting
l1lnr meeting with Ith unusual ulUdal success su The light lightsnowfall Jibt Jibtnwfall lightsnowfall
snowfall nwfall of f the past few days daYs he be believe 0 believee ¬
lieve Iee will wil prove rove favorable favorble p to easy e track tracking trk trkI trackhug ¬
hug I of the animals animalsThe anima18Te animalsThe
The Te invitation initaton extended by citizens citzn of ofGlen OfGlnwQI orGlenwool
Glen GlnwQI Glenwool wood Springs Spi s that the president prdent and andtl andtt andthe
tl tt the e members membrs of his hi party 1ty indulge In ule in a aplunge aIHunre aplunge
plunge in the pool pl before or leaving leaxin for forNew torew forNew
New ew Castle Catk has ha been n accepted acceptedCowboys aeJ aeceptelCowboys
Cowboys COWbyf from all al over the western etern part partof prt prtof partof
of Colorado Colodo are ar coming emin into New Xe Castle Castleto Cate Cateto
to act a a as escort e rt to the president nesdfnt from fromNew fromew fromNew
New ew Castle Cate to a point pnt south suth of that tht place placewhich placewhich placewhich
which will UI mark the beginning bnning of the theterritory th theterritory
territory from wtiich dch the public Hblc will m be beexcluded b beexcluded
excluded during the presidents preeuts stay The Thecowboys Thecwb Thecowboys
escue cowboys cwb declare delare they tbe will n assist Asis in en enforcing e enforcing ¬
forcing foin the square sue deal da themselves Toe Toemarch Themarch h
march te from New e Cattle will wU be b tally enlivened eliv eliven tallyened ¬
ened by a genuine cowboy cwby demonstration demonstrationaccompanied demonshatin demonat tattoo tattooaccompanied
accompanied en accompanie with wJh rough roqh riding riln pistol pistolflrinar pot potfrln platotfiring
firing frln = etc etcDYNAMITE ec ecDYNAMITE etcDYNAMITE
New York April Apri 12 1Beau 12Because Because he bad badnot badnot badnot
not heeded letters leter demanding money moneywhich mon moneywhich y ywhich
which bore the peculiar pular signature signatur of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the mysterious uBl Black k Hand Hnd society societya Siety Sietya
a a bomb was exploded under the house houseof ltouseof
of Pietro Gaciozka Gacloz an Italian Itlan barber In InBrooklyn InBrookly InBrooklyn
Brooklyn today toda The stoop of the house housewas housewas housewas
Brookly was wrecked wrked but Gaciozza Gacozzi his wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and their one child chid escaped pd without in inJury injur inI
I Jury jur
Piles Bond ond of 50000 and Takes TakesCharge TakesChae TakesCharge
Charge Chae of Sohettlers Sohetlers Affairs AffairsLITTLE Afai AfaiLITTLE AffairsLITTLE
AS A i S A result r1 of a a meeting Jetng of nearly nearlyL ntarV ntarVo
L 2M v ef o B H I Schettlers Settlrs creditors creditorsh crediosheld rEd o ob
h b held Ml yesterday yer in I the offices offi es s of ofHeferee c f fRefere fReferee
Referee Refere in Bankruptcy Bakrupty Charles Bald Baldwin Bal BalwJn Bil I Iwin ¬
win In the tle Commercial block b ok Gould GouldB Goul GoulB
B Blakely wa was elected lte to act as tra tratee tr trtee tratee
tee of the th insolvent lnlent estate ette of the cx cxbanker cxbanker x xbnker
banker bnker and a his hi b bond fixed fxed at So SIO < 00 00which 00which
which whih he filed fl later in the day da though thoughunder thOUgdunder thougaunder
under the th federal feeral laws lws he has ten tendays tE tEdys te tedys
days dys In which to qualify His sure surety 6urf 6urfty surety ¬
ty is the United States Sates Fidelity FidelityGuarantee Fidc1ty FideltyGuarantee
Guarantee Guarante Co o of Baltimore BaltimoreSchettter Bltmore BltmoreSchetlr BaltimoreSchettler
Schetlr Schettter was wa not present Pfsent at th thmeeting thneetn thmeeting
meeting neetn and and his hi personal prsnal exam examicatlP examicatlPwas i catkin catkinwas ttiur ttiurwas
was put over until untl II a rn Friday FridayApril FrjaAprl Tr in inApril
April Aprl 21 Meantime Metime the books boks and ant pa papers 1 ripersofthebankwiiibegctnro ¬
pers persofthebankwiiibegctnro r of the bank bk will il be b Kono gon or a l larranged larnge Iarranged
arranged arnge so that tht the examination exainiriatirbe in ay aybe i ib
be b conducted conducte smoothly mthly and an qui qut qutAt n y yAt
At t yesterdays Yeterdays meeting metng most mo iii iiitime t r t ttime ttme
time tme wu 8 devoted dvote to examining exit xaudti i i e I g ta taclaims t t tclaims e eclaims
claims of each person who wh aesir tVt t i ri 1 t tvote tote 1 1rote >
prn < I
vote ote There were only two candidates candidatesin can can1H datf9 datf9in
in the field for the position piton of n trust trustMr trltr tr trMr > >
Mr r Blakely and David Dvid Hirshr < ne nethe 1t c cthe
the creditors creior who wh represente < l onlj e e4SO < 1
480 48 of the deposits depsis Mr IJlaklv Blakl Blak v velection 3 3election
election electon was as therefore therfore without witlut an anspecial 31 31special a aspecial >
special opposition oPPsiton The trustf trust T Tfl Tfltake J I Itake Itake
take over the papers ppr and records recerdday to today f fday < ¬
day and when that is accomplished acompHshfo Re Receiver Receiver Receiver ¬
ceiver R R R Andersons Andlns active act ctv i con connection cnneUon C Dii Diinection ¬
nection neUon with itk the case ca will wil terminate terminateRetains termir termi Jte JteRetains ie ieRetains
Retains Stewart Stewart StewartMr
Mr 11 Blakely retained rtin d the law la firm firmStewart f m mStewart iu iuStewart
Stewart Stewart Stewart to look lok after aftf ac h hinterests I Iinteret Iinterests
interests interet They have for several save rat WI u vvr vvrbeen m mbeen >
been ben guarding the interests Jnteests of e the theganized t hr hrganiz 1 e eganized < > <
ganiz ganized creditors crediors This Ti mov mo > is to tosidered t f fsidere r rskiered
sidered sidere good go by the th creditors criors as s sallow l t talo v vallow
allow alo the th firm frm to be b paid pid out of m f t1ne I Imoney 5 5money
money 1ne involved Involve instead instea of for f fassessment OT r g g1 g1a i iassessment
assessment a nent on the creditors ceiors as a aotherwise v J Jotberia i iotherwise
otherwise otberia be b the case caseAfter c caseAfter
After the meeting lneting groups grouTscreditors P Pcrediors < > Tv Tvcreditors
creditors crediors discussed diuS the two proper properoutlined prp prpoutine r 10 10outlined <
outlined outine in yesterdays yeterdays Herald iooknp iooknptowards 10nkiLptowards lO lOtowards
towards a compromise compromi of the tht thesuits raix raixsuits r 1 l lsuis
suits suis in whichthe which hlcb th the exbanker is 5 1 ivolved 1volved 1volved
volved Many ny of them the said sid that tI tIwere ti tiwere u uwere >
were willing wflnt to take tke 50 5 cents ciii < tdollar x t tdoUar tdolar
dollar dolar Nothing of that tht kind 3r v b bdoite tdone I Idone
done however ever for the reason thai tl thulaw 1 tl tllaw t
law forbids forbis any ay dissolution dsluton of f a a arupt i irapt tv tvrupt
rupt case cs until untl after the examii exait11 exzci i iof i i < v vof
of the thbnkMpt bankrupt Is completed cmplel 1 1Is a I i iis ii
1 is i not thought thougt that that tan an be be v vfor u Jl Jlfor r rfor
for several severl weeks weks yet
Stand Stnd Taken Taen by Buther Butchers and Gio Giocers GlacersResoluton GiocersItesolution
cers cersResoluton cersItesolution Resolution for Observ Observance Obser Obserance Observance ¬
ance of 7 p m Closing Cosing CosingTe ClosingThe i iThe
The Te Retail Retai Butchers Butcher and Om Omsociation t tirtsociation r rsiatfn =
sociation at one of the largest largestyet larg t 1 1yet 11 11yet >
siatfn yet held hld took tk further furthr action a aetiomatter < Uol1 r i imatter 1 1mater
matter mater of o trading tdn stamps stamp and ad pr ptat 1 1at u L Lat
at its is session ion in i Woodmens Womens liaU 13 ltiinight a 1 1ui i inight
night ui ht The Te association a ia decided decdpl < l t ttend to < > c ctend t ttend
tend the time tm for fo the united Iie antiiTrn antiiTrnum ant i iu
um u move from fro May Ma 1 to Junr 1m 1 jll jllthat JL JLthat > v vthat <
that jobbers jobbr and brokers broker may ha haopportunity h haopportunitY n noppruniy < <
opportunity oppruniy to rid themselves telf > S of o oobjectionable i iobjectionable
objectionable goods on hand The TTiepremium a apremium apremium j
objtionable premium policy plcy of the association aiator azsoiatIorers coj cojers C Cers
ers many brands brs of mush tea tpa art ardfee a artfee d
fee The cost cot of the premium prmium say Si1 t tgrocers t tgoers V Vgrocers <
grocers is taxed taed against agnst the ro rosumer r rsumer v vsurner j
goers sumer They Tey believe beleve that if retake retakerefuse ret3iC ret3iCrefus retailerefuse <
refuse refus to handle hande such sc goods gR th tile rr rrwill r jrtiil j jwil
will be reduced proportionately m vithe mthe
wil b propionately propionatelythe
the value of the gift giftBy gft giftBy I IBy
By a unanimous unaimous resolution relution the te a 3j 3jcatln asr asrelation j jelation
elation went on record reord as a favorirg favorirgstrict favorirgstrict J Jstrict
catln strict observance obrae of the 7 p m closlra closlrafew co eosirrule ir
ru1 rule in butche butcher sbop shops and gocr grocerier grocerierfew rJ
in the th thbut past pastbut
few stores store have kept open op in pa pabut
but little ltle trouble is anticipated aticPaEd in ga gaing s gaing
ing the proprietors to join jn the te gener genermovement geer geerJuoveenL geaermovement
movement JuoveenL JuoveenLAmon movementAmonp i iAmong
Among Amon those tose who spoke on the sum sumjects Eb Ebjects rub rubjects
jects discussed disus were w tre re s President Prident T TDonnela 1 1Donnellan J JDonnellan
Donnellan Donnela Chairman Chlna F M t jUarrioq jUarrioqof M3rO M3rOof
of the executive exeutve committee cmmitte Franlj FranljStanley Fra FranlStanley
Stanley Staley and F H Weight WelshtThe WeightThe I IThe
The butchers butche and an grocers goer wil will soo soohave SO soon soonhave
have to seek sek new ne quarters quarter owing omn to tl tTz tTzfact t tfat t4 t4fact <
fact fat that th the lease lea held hed b by the thC Wood Woodmen Wo WOOdmen
men from whom Onl they subrented subrent d ex expires e eplrl exI exIpires ¬
pires plrl within ihin a month month The Woodxnrr Woodxnrrnave Wood Woodmrthave
nave decided deide to move moe consequently cnequnty th thassociation t taiaton thassociation <
association aiaton loses lo s its it old Quarters quaEr We Wes Whea vTher vThera
a s new hall hal has b been bn secured aured announce announcement anouc anoucmet announcmont ¬
mont met wil will be b made madeBOARDING madeBOARDING madeG
Little Litle Girl Gil Injured Killed Ked Work Her Mother Moter of a rataUjj rataUjjInjured Fat FataU3InjuredWork
Brave rve Man ManGrand M N2l1Grand
Grand Rapids Mich April Apri 12 10n 10nprn 12Orc 12Orcperson One Oneperson
person prn is dead ded one fatally fatUy injured injure art artfive ac acfve arcfive
five fve less le seriously sriously as the te result of a fir firtoday ft fttoday fintoday
today in a 8 saloon and a boarding badig hals halsat nausi hoviat nausiat
at the corner of Broadway Brodway and ad Eliza Elizabeth Elia Eliabeth Elizabeth
beth streets streetsThe strets stretsThe streetsThe
The dead ded May Ma Herrick Herik aged agedyears ageder9 agedyears
years yearsInjured yearsInjured er9 er9Injure
Injured Injure Mrs Charles Chales N horn H rrI k kthe kthe kthe
the childs chids mother mther fatally fatU3o Charles Charl5 Charl5H Charl a N NHerrick NHerrick
Herrick H rrck the 2yearold yeold child of M MHerrick Ig IgHerrck 3 3Herrick
Herrick Herrck Thomas Thomas Norris Nori Ada Ada Norrs NorrsCharles NansChare Niir NiirCharles
Charles Chare Anderson Anden Jack Ward WardThe WardThe WardThe
The Are was wa discovered diverd by Mrs Hr Hrrick HC HCrick lirrich
rick who aroused aroud Thomas Thmas Norris Norristhen a athen i ithen
then began bn struggling struglng through throuqhsmoke J Jsmoke 1smoke
smoke and flames fiam to reach tho th > r rwhere rwhere rwhere >
where her children cidren were asleep X X1 X1cou1d Ncould < i ii iicould
could not force his hi way through tr trflre t tIre tlire
lire Ire from fro his room rom to the liall hal a ajumped ajump t tjumped
jumped jump from a 8 secondstory sondstor w vin illd illdblekins < 3cV 3cVbreaking t tbreaking
breaking blekins his arm ar when he chit struk k t tpavement t tpaveent Ipavement
pavement paveent Ignoring the injury Injuryraised > 1 1rais J Jraised
raised rais a a laddecto ladde to the window an a ant antto nl nlto < l v vto
to the rescue reue of Mrs M Herrick Herick and llI i 1 J i ichildren i ichildren 1chidren
children chidren He brought brousht the te woman womH woir ui uiwas i iwas 1 1Wa
was Wa badly burned bured and her 2y iyboy YfJ u uboy i ib
boy b down the ladder but meuu meuuthe 1W4 1W4the m l lthe
the fire fre spread so s rapidly rpid that N Nris < j jris 1 1ris
ris could not get into the room ron ront ro iii iiito u uto
to t rescue reue the th other child chid The TIutpersons nr nrpersons t
persons prn were injured injure by jumping i ite t tthe i ithe
the te second seod floor fr windows windowsBUTTE winows winowsa windowsS
Helena Mont lont April pri 12 12A A sp > ial Aalthe t tthe tt
the Record Rerd from tom Butte Bute says sS M l X X Ko Koly KI Hely
ly a miner working workig in the tht th Diamor Diamormine Diamfr Diamfrmine Iiinounine
mine one of the Amalgamated Amlamated proy proli proities i ities
ties te was killed kled today toay by a fall fal of ofground ofgound ofground
ground gound in one on of the levels levelsAnother i iAnother I IAnther
Another Anther Butte Bute dispatch says s the IV IVrot r rrot Frot
rot mine was w closed eose down today todayresult as a g j jresult iresul
result resul of the te restraining retaiing order issi issilast fSl1 1 1last
last evening by Judge Hunt in the te teor th thof ct ctof
of Nipper ipper Consolidated Conoldated against U UParrot t tI 1I
Parrot and about 300 30 men laid oft
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