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ESTABLISHED Es = rABLISHED JUNE 61870 6 1870 i1 1 i SALT LAKE CITY UTAlf TUESDAY MAY 2 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS
FIRST ftRsT REGULAR REGULARTRAIN REGULARTRAIN REGULARTRAIN
TRAIN STARTS STARTSGreat STAR S SGreat
Great Crowd Present to See San SanPedro SanPedro SanPedro
Pedro Passenger Traffic Opened OpenedLEAVES OpenedLEAVES OpenedLEAVES
LEAVES ON SCHEDULE TIME TIMEENTHUSIASM TIMEENTHUSIASM TIMEENTHUSIASM
I
ENTHUSIASM MARKS THE FOR FORMAL FORMAL FORMAL ¬
MAL OPENING OPENINGROMPTIT OPENINGI OPENINGPROMPTLY
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r ROMPTIT RO PTLY at S 3 oclock o last night attllto nhtr J Jthe
PROMPTLY r the tlrst regular r fhu passenger train trainpulled trainpull trinpuIId
pulled pull out from this city on the thealt tileIt tlWut
> alt It Lake Route bo bovnd nd for LOS Lo An Angeles Angfles Augeles ¬
geles A crowd erow that ra nut well up into intotin intoth Intol1
th l1 tin hundreds gathered ga about the sta station station a atwn ¬
tion to wish Godspeed to the train The Thesentiment TheflttiRKntoC Theciutiment
sentiment < flttiRKntoC of o many was expressed by byJudge byJudge byJudge
Judge E F Col Colborn born when hen he said saidI
I have been n waiting for seventeen seventeenars
> < ars it rs to see se this train pull out from fromiilt fromdt froniiit
iilt dt Lake for the southwest south t coast I Iii IILI1
ii ILI1 11 1 given Iven tn U t up at one time timfI 1 grew grewvfary gre gretry grewary
vfary try of o waiting Wf It ing The sight of this thismagnificent Utlsmagnificent thi thiIiagnlftcent
magnificent train headed for Los LopI Aii AiiK Ang1s
K g1s pI les and the significance sitl11ifia e it carries carrieswith tarrIesitit arriesit
with it itit It it i gives 1iv me m unalloyed pleasure pleasureKvery pleasureEver pleasureEvery
Every Ever man connected tOI1ne ttj with ith the train trainvviis trainS
vviis S fmrt 7N rt of o a reception tero pt oiu committee committeeMany eonmittPeMaiiy Ommlttfetan
Many tan prominent prI JM nt citizens both men mend
> d 1 women bad been II invited by the thenMfl theItor theiiuj
nMfl Itor officials to inspect > t the train They Theyx T y yprf
x f prf re not slow IC to a a acept < eept pt the invitation invitationjnnl invitationllltj
jnnl I l fr an hour before the > time tilnefOt tilnefOti for foriiirting forI
iiirting i I rting rt ing a receptkin was on nift m the thel tlMh1 theltutIfuI
h1 ltutIfuI l iutiful cars that would uuld have em empi eemId remr
pi r rd well with social ial functions fund ions in high highsi 1t highkty 1t 1tSu
si iety t > t
tVisitors
Visitors Are Enthusiastic EnthusiasticKvery EnthusiasticI Enthu iastic iasticlvery
Kvery I < nry part of o the train was 8 veiled veiledl 4sitPdby
I
l h by > y i stream of enthusiastic admirers admirersThf adttnrenTh admirersThv
Thf Th Thv passed from the observation car carT earthe
T < the r h rear up through the standard standardI qandardIulhnan standardluilnuaui
I iillman through throu b the diner the pantry pantryl
TI I l h > kitchen and on through the halr chairf
t tI f > and the dendheail diner dinerTrvininenl dintrPretl1inent
I Trvininenl among a those th who h ww w on ont
t < ground to show the visitors through throughMJ
MJ tj explain < xilain > the different departments departmentsf
r tho h > train vere H S Twining s super SQperh supertndnt per perinindent
inindent h of Pullman car service rvict Ken Kenn K Kt
n t h C Kerr K traveling traveltn passenger passengercont paStnterInt
> cont > Int nt J J 1 W ill Rogers ItogE superintendent of ofi
i t < Pacific Express company J 1 L LM LInnrp L Ll
M Innrp l > re district freight and passenger passengeriurnt IJaMenprJfnt aasengerrnt
iurnt Train Master ML erW WT H Smith Smithiidnctor RmlthIoelor 4mithnluetor
iidnctor J 1 E E McCarty McCart and a num numl nUlulo
l lo r of others othersNothing otJtersot othersNothing
Nothing ot hitlA more complete in the way of ofdining ofdinln ofdining
< dining dinln car ever went out from Salt SaltI SaltLk aIt aItI
I Lk iko k The conductor Is Earl Bracket Bracxtt11w RraekttI t tth
th 11w I h inspector H A Allen and the t chef chefI
1 A Cote C oIe who for years was w private privateiiff
iiff for ffl Senator Se > n tor W A Clark Th Thrviee The Then Theriee >
< rviee n e here will be exceptionable e This Thisi Th l 1 1JIrnin
i JIrnin > > rnina far out ut on the desert t each eachinian eachman I
man will find at her plate a beauti beautiml beauUi beautihooquet
i ml 1 II bouquet of fresh flowers The menu menuv menuvilI 11 11ill
v vilI ill ll present all the t delicacies of the theSfison theSf theSi
Sfison Sf oon in the way of fruit fish game gameand gameSHl JDe JDea
and a 111 meats meatsMakeup matsMakeup
Makeup of the Train TrainThe TrainThp TrainThe
The train was as composed of the th elmer observation elmer4tioIt ¬
vation 001 and Pullman combined the theftHndard th thtndtrd thestiii4ard
ftHndard < Pullman the th diner d l1f1 two chair chairirs hairH
< irs H rs the th deadhead diner which is be beIK bP bPI beJ
J jJg > IMS IK taken ta ken out to meet the incoming incomingtr in ming mingtrtJlI
I c tr trtJlI in the day coach and the baggage baggageand bag baaeai1 e e1I1t
and 1I1t exptem e a < ar r Th The engine n No Noof 4 4S 4Sof 8 8of
of the Pacific passen lmemengm r type is in in1iJirge inharge Inli4rge
< 1iJirge of Engineer Jack Edgar with withtleorge withf withPrge
tleorge f nrge A Bristol as fireman firemanPractically flretnanPJ firemanPractically
Practically PJ < every berth bE rth on the train trainvas trainas
vas as taken tak l Among those t on board boardvr boardprp beardpre
vr pre > re Mrs K C f Kerr and family who whoare w wa whobound
are a rp bound for Terminal T inal island where wherethey whrethE wherethey
they thE will spend Sf the summer Mr Kerr Kerrwill Kerrwill KerrilI
will ilI meet the Los Angeles ngf les > train on HHdesert tINdf HH thehsert
desert df rt and retum UI with it Wednesday Wednesdaymorning Wnesdaymorning We4nesdamirniuig
morning George L L Havens was on
hoard For years he h was city ticket ticketag tickftagpnt ticketsgnt
ag agpnt nt for the Harriman lines at t Butte ButteHe ButteHf ButteHe
He has been II appointed assistant city
ti 1kket < kel agent for the Salt Lake Route Routeat
at Los Lo Angeles and is I on his way ay to toassume toaUI toassume
assume aUI his new nt > V duties dutiesothers dut dutf dutiI
others f Ithe > rs noticed among amo th I he passengers passengerswere passen passengerare era eraprf
were prf ° re > Miss Pauline Schettler IMttlEr and her hermother Jtermot herinosher
mother mot her Mr and Mrs W V B B LaVieile LaVieileMrs LaVielltIrs LaVielleMrs
Mrs Irs Pierce of Butte ButteS Mrs F Moore Moorewild Kooremd Mooreod
wild Miss Kendrfrk > k of Salt Lake Mrs I IE
E R R Spangler > r and Mr Murphy
The Th train is due to reach Los Angeles AngelesWednesday AngelesWednesday
Wednesday Yf > d oeMday morning It will m pass pa the theinoming thehWfming theIt
inoming It ming train somewhere SO on the des desert desrT dencr1 ¬
ert rT No doubt there will be an mtr mtresting intfTing 1ntret
esting et log exchange of courtesies when the theto tbet
r t to 0 trains meet meetMOMENTOUS I1ettMOMENTOUS pmeetMOMENTOUS
MOMENTOUS EVENT EVENTThousands EVENTThousands EVENTThousands
Thousands Watched the First Train TrainPull Trainpun TrainPull
Pull Out of Los Angeles AngelesSpecial AngelesSppcial Anele AneleSpecial
Special to The Th Herald HeraldSan HpraldRln HeraldSan
San Bernardino Cal on board first
train over Salt Lak < Route Rou May lIa 1
Promptly at 73 1 3S without a seconds rondi vail variation varltitmfrolll vailtin ¬
ation titmfrolll tin from its scheduled time the first firstregular firstnular firstrtu1ar
regular through th h train of the Salt Lake Laker Lakeroutf LakeTut
r routf < Mite 0 received th signal igna I from Conduc Conductor COOd COOdtr Couj1r ¬
tor Jon Jones ss to get under way aa from the first firstration flrsttatiofl t tffation
ration Several thousand thou and people bad badsathered adgathfloo hadathered
sathered athered to watch > h the departure of this thisnitial
Initial train which was as to Place pla the th new IM IM1intt new411rct
direct route between bt tW e1l > Salt lake and Ixw 1osn Iosuizeles
Aiiteles n = f1tfs into official rommisefoa COIIImiaJIouThat rounndfrjjThat
That it was as an fl event of more than or u ¬
dinary in8 importance iDlporta was shown t by y the thetlass >
lass of people plf who made up the gather
iiiK jll for they the were not the ordinary ordinaryjllerg ordinaryiPrs
jllerg of a great city but people who had hadtome hadnme hadlrnuc
tome nme to watch an event of extreme im importance ilhortalkP Amportauce ¬
portance ortalkP in the railroad history of the thewst theWst thec
wst c at Some of these people were we young youngand
and had only known of transportation transportationquestions transJCrtsttouQUfstton8 transportatlquestions
questions since > the coming of the rail railways railways railways ¬
ways to southern California while others othersuld otberHld othersiuid
< uld contrast this departure of a train trainmade trainnHtde trainmade
made up p of rolling palaces with a send sendoff Dd n nf
off ff f given to one of the old stag coaches coa coain
in th the long ago agoThis 880Th agoThis
This Th immense gathering voiced a noisy noisyK JIOisyod noisyizod
K izod < od > d che cheer r as the tiKtratn train hauled by enmne lUr eninl he het
No l t 418 41 under r Engineer Mason a1IOII pukd pukdout JM3kdnut
out of the station and with its turning turningwheels
wheels htel8 rendered the Salt Lake route a
iutor among a the t f great transcontinental transcontinentalrailways tralUJtonttnentalrci traflcfJOffikntalriilways
railways railwaysI rci I ways waysIp
I Ip > in the telegraph office > the wires wiresarranged wireserranged ilfs ilfslrra
arranged lrra for direct communication with
Jerome Ari Aria were wP ready ad to announce announceArizona anooUIHPt
t Senator elark lark who is now vi visiting bit
Arizona A ri tna < mines mi that the road which wt4 he
h l1d d founded and labored d so < earn faMI Pttv > tv to toestablish toff toetsbPish
establish ff hbtish had at last entered enteredfi14 tiiwn lfOII Hs
fjpld of direct usefulness usefulnesstwo u efuJWoThp mefulnessThe
The train consists of
0 one Cf ear eartwi r rt
two t WfI day ria coaches three tourist sieeters sieetersone lorrsone
one standard sleeper observation siseper siseperand I Iand n per perand
and dining dini car carIP carrp carUp
IP the San Gabriel I valley slleu 11 the > train trainrolled trainrollfd trainriiId
rolled being b lIK j JDft et at Pomona and Ontario Ontarkby
by fheertnar he herilfl crowds Aero the t nutsirive nutsiriveconcrete mtMivfmrf rnssiv rnssivnrpte
concrete < mrf nrpte > tf viaduct which carried rrkd the rails raihiover nthifWEr railsever
over the Santa Ana river the th engine drew drewIts dno dnoit drewft
Its it massive toad k In among < the scentsdeui scent scentJ nl
J sdeui don d n orange oran groves I M th t the way winds to toTUverslde toRhf toRiverside
Riverside Rhf > where the chamber of ijfmerce com commerce CGtnmt ¬
merce mt > rce met it with ith a band sending ndi to each eachcar eachar h htr
car tr a box bo of o that golden fruit which has hasmade hasnlade baamade
made this valley famous faJROUaPRESENTED famousk famousPRESENTED
k PRESENTED WITH SOUVENIR SOUVENIRPassengers
I I
Passengors on First Train Welcomed Welcomedat
at Riverside RiversideSan
San Bernardino Cal a1 May Jla I ITo To each eachpassenger tt earhpassenger h hrasCj1
passenger wan presented Dt a souvenir card cardwelcoming cantvlomIng nt ntw
w welcoming > hOMIng them as visitors to Riverside KiverndeAboard Rj Rjnhoard Riversideaboint
Aboard the first Salt Lake o twet vet land Ia train tra traY tiabstidy trainOnly
Only a few fe moment 1DOfttt n in which to return returnthanks retumthanks
Y 1 ¼ thanks for Riversides hospitality hospitalitythpn and andthen andthen
then across Aer s 11e ie e valley vallf to Colton and andSan andSan ii iiSan
San Bftrnsr 1 rnanLo o From here it i Is Is1tmh a aclimb aclimb
climb under 1MIer er the JOint > oint of tiie legendary legendaryarrowhead iegendryarrowhead ry rylIMowhfoe1
arrowhead which te the Salt Lak JkoeJfMIt JkoeJfMIttrade rake re rots rotstrade t w wtrade
trade mark and wl then will rouse eotIIeContinued ta taContinued the theContinued
Continued on Page 2
DRIVERS WILL WILLCARRY WILLCARRY WILLCARRY
CARRY RIFLES RIFLESCrisis
Crisis Past Approaching in Chicago ChicagoStrike ChicagoStrike ChicagoStrike
Strike StrikeSOME StrikeSOME StrikeSOME
SOME RIOTING YESTERDAY YESTERDAYHUNDREDS YESTERDAYHUNDREDS YESTERDAYHUNDREDS
HUNDREDS OF NONUNION MEN MENAT MENAT MENAT
AT WORK WORKHICAGO WORKG WORKG
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HICAGO May 1 Conditioner in the thelei thete thetestistnters
G lei testistnters meters strike rke were wore to today toclay today ¬
day than 1t at any iKeedtflr J Iiri time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The strikers were in a n JltOre ore ugly mood moodthe moodthe issuedthe
the rioting rktti was more open aDd d vicious viciousand vktiousand itiousand
and the attacks on oonunJja KIQunt siouu1 i1 men wer weremore wermore wermore
more frequent and nd ddin dl than tt lJt at iny inytime ny nytlnte imytime
time since the cj ClU v C i r 1Jlt int of o the thetrouble thetroublp Oi Oitr
trouble tr ublo Th The Lnvtf 1 f caue < A l e for the in increased iJcrealied increased ¬
creased belHgere 1teIH behltgereicV er IJ on Ute i nst tt t of me mestrikers tn tnstrikers thestrikers
strikers u aM d their friends in laid to tothe toUte tothe
the fact that the Employers Teaming Teamingassociation T Trainingassociation ming ming38S0CiaUon
association today brought brou ht 15W I men into intothe intothe intothe
the city to take their places and 500 500wore OOtore O Oniore
wore are said to be now on th the way wayand wayanti ay ayaNI
and wll m arrive within ithin tweic lwei hus husThee 1 hu u urlte s sThes
Thee men will iII receive the full sy y yMiikMi u utIni6n i isniesi
MiikMi men and it has been guaranteed guaranteedto
to them that th t their positions iti6nti wiil wiilpermanent i4l 1t 1tpettt1al14nt i ipermanent
permanent Among their tnf aTf r r Tit 8 far farmer fttr farmnrr ¬
mer tr boys jy from all the surrounding surroumlinsStates surroundingMatES surrmindiuiIttsten
States who hoo have volunteered ount ed their ser services selvices services ¬
vices and sought ht positions as 5 drivers driversWill driversWill driversWill
Will Carry Winchesters WinchestersT Winch WinchestersTomorrow esters estersTOmMJG
will be becarried becarried hocarried
T Tomorrow atrr w Winchester rifles
carried on all h1 wagons of the Employers EmployersTeaminsr EmployersTeaming EmployersTeaming
Teaming association a oeiatiout in open view iew A
number of nonunion men have I Iarrested
arrested o on the charge of si carrying con concealed lOnteaI concealel ¬
cealed Pd < weapons eapon and today the attorneys attorneysfor attorn s sfor
for the Employers Tunning T Tt am aiuming lJb association associationrailed a associationcalled aatlOn aatlOnc
railed c 11t upon Chief of Police ONeil and andasked andted andasked
asked if their men had not the right rightto lg l lto
to carry weapons provided they the were wereheld wereheki ere ereJteld
held hi Otell < n en view v Ie xnd nd w = r te Mot eon CCffealfd eoncoaled Hi Hicealed
coaled Chief bloC ONeil replied reJ lied that there therewas UNat therewas
was at > no law against a anst it and arrmis arrmisinents arI1ut arI1utJltents arzmtiugIltOtits
inents were W Te promptly prompt I made by the em employ employ mupIoyrs ¬
ploy pIoyrs rs to place Winchester rifles une m onetrery mevery
every e erY one of the wagons wagonsOver wagonsOver wagonsOver
Over a thousand of these t wea ions ionsaere onswere US USpre
were pre purchased today 1oda and during tludft tt ttlatter Ulattfr te telatter
latter part of the the afternoon A number numberof
of wagons wA ons went nt t through thrOtt h the t1 streets streetswith otr strt5with l4J l4JwUk
with a rifle lying across af the knwi k of ofthe urthe ofthe
the driver and his assistant assistantMayor assshuttMayor asssisntMayor
Mayor Disturbed DisturbedWhen Disturbedhf DisturbedWhen
When hf > n Mayor Dunne > was as informed of ofthe oftlh ofthe
the fact that rifles would be carried by bythe b1tbe bythe
the nonunion men he was visibly the disturbed thetarbcd Usturbd ¬
turbed and declared that the tnewHi t es eswill > > <
will not n ot be permitted to atuJK au ahoiz Mia txJ the thecarrying thecarryi thecarrying
carrying carryi of arms by any one whether whetherin itetherin
in the employ of the Kmptoyers Tam Taming T Teaslug n ning ¬
ing aaeociatNHi AI or afliliated with the thestrikers tilestrtkens theat
strikers strikersThe strtkensTIN at rikers rikersThe
The > chief of p pAU i < o will give ive h ao e esilty auth authority hth hthrity ¬
ority to any one to carry c nr arras he hesaW lw88M hesaM
saW saWThere
There was wa a reiort Jai at this tbi after afternoon al t r rlIoon ¬
noon that Ma MIor > or Dutm U wi3 < s M J OM to toi 10t 1bfori
i fone t fori an adjustment adjt m4nl but he rtcciired rtcciiredtonight uLcsrm4tonight 1 1ton
tonight ton t thfe was inorretrt inorretrtFour im intrrectFour rreet rreetFour
Four Men Badly Hurt Hurttfonr HurtJJOIIr Hurtrear
rear u UM en werr er serkm serIOttP4 riott ljr hurt hwtdHrinC hwtdHrinCUte fiMrinjc fiMrinjcthe durlnttthe
the lights today but the nMmber nMmbertually 3 3t1lally atisahly
tually injured is greatly at1y in excess of ofthis i ithie cfthin
this and it is i impossible im bM to state it itaccurately ita itaccurately
accurately a uratpb for or the reason rea that nwny nwnyof 1n 1nof mnyof
of those hurt disappear diSK r in ill tJ JI crow 10 1 1or 1or Ior
or are tarrid arri d away bv tl Uu ther > r fri frin frinas n t tas v vas
as soon as possible after CtEr beiH be being injur injtirrlT injretThose t tThose
Those T seriously hurt today ar arOtto arOtto arOtto
Otto Helmer shot in iL i leg legCharier ieIharl legtharlea
Charier harl Kutiet K llet nonunion tonl iouH teamster teanwlerbadly tarntlebadly teamsterbadly
badly beaten nos > broken hejd cut cutJohn cutJobn CULIohn
John WHfiams nonunion teamster teiusterbadly l teamsterbadly iut lpr lprbadly
badly beaten blent ln lnF
t F Ingalls teamster ba lly beaten beatenWilliam beAlenmiatn beatenVifliain
William miatn Crockett ncnunion team teamster ttamer teamMer
ster er clubbed and stoned until insen insensiW imreneibh macusiNe
siNe eibhI siNeIt siW siWIt
It I 1 is i not expected eX fcled any of th t the j injUr hlJhNJ hlJhNJm iujtzrJwilt J1 J1will
will m die
dieFood
Food Supply Limited LimitedNo
No o decided increase 1CrE mcrease in the n rtrn rtrnof rimer rimerof irl er erof
of men ON strike was wa nude today tod y the themost themost themost
most Important accession aCleti ion of the he t tUt1 tUt1sters teu iin iinsters ni nisters
sters being the drivirs drlv is of i i1e ae ie dHiverv dHivervwagons tipfhf tipfhfw Ib4iVCriwagons
wagons w 0ft8 of retail j ocery stores 5tO 5tOdfflared The Thedechwed Jhee Jheedeclared <
declared that they would in no ca eese tfjo w call callfor an
for goods oods at any whole wholeIb alj establish establishusent Iabli h hment hlMnt
ment where a strike existed As A s sstern t tcan tcante cani canisters ¬
stern te are on strik at JJlaelkciIi > racli aUy all allwholesale altwboiemsaio J11wholfomtJP
wholesale groceries rOfrk > s in tne city ty the ap apparently Iiparenti m mparently ¬
parently visible supply of food for the thestocks thediWns thecitizens
citizens of hka hhago o is limited to the thestOfks thestocks
stocks now no bold In in the retail grocery grocerystores grocerystores rO ry rystOIe8
stores The retail drivers also declared declaredthat de doclerethu < Jarf Jarfthat
that t they would OQIcl refuse to handle nt mat matif at atif
if ar = strike occurred in tiiu t ttnyards h st ck CitYKfdg ckyards
yards yardsThe YKfdgThe yardsThe
The Employers E Ioyers association this alt atte atteno U Unooo r rno6n
no6n no n drove home a wedge into the theranke tMranke thevenice
ranke of the Chicago TeamOwners as association a5sedation associstkm ¬
sedation This latter organization or nizatiotl is iscomposed iscomJOlilfd iscomposed
composed of men who do teaming for formany formany formany
many of the large business bu n houses and andparticularly andparticularly andparticularly
particularly in the U matter of hauling haulingcoal baulino
coal o 01 t1 They The > y have fought shy hy so far of ofaiding ofI ofaiding
aiding the Employers to the extent of ofmaking o omaking omaking
I making deliveries 1ivrifS on their contracts contractsgoing tontntctsoin contractsgoing
going oin to the length 1en th of asking em emplovers lmployers emphoyers
plovers to refrain from rein requiring requiringI
I them to haul inerehanuise mercha lui awl awlI aisiasserting
j asserting that if their men n were stopped stoppedwhile > d dwhilf
j I while on the ntreits there was 1lS noth ¬
ing In for them to do but to return to the thebarn thebarn thebarn
barn The employers this afternoon in informed informed informed ¬
formed the TeamOwners that th t they theymust thfjmust theymust
must make deliveries delin rise at once and con continue continue eonUntie ¬
tinue to make them from this time timeon timeon timeon
on onThe
The Team Owners agreed a eed to make de ¬
liveries IIvf > rles as demanded demandedThe demandThe demndedThe
The union o = on labor leaders who wete Wr e
indicted Indtct last Saturday in connection connectionwith fOOnecUonwitk connectionwith
with the strike appeared at the crim ¬
inal court building ltuikJin < today toda and gave ga ave
bonds in the sum of 1JOi cCh cChROOSEVELT cechROOSEVELT ch chROOSEVELT
I
ROOSEVELT INTERESTED INTERESTEDWill INTERES ED EDWill
Will Receive Petition of Chicago ChicagoStrikers Chic ChicagoStrikers go goStrikers
Strikers May 10 1OGfenwnoil 10GlenelOd 10Gienwood
Gfenwnoil Spring SJ1riu C oln May Mx lIrw llres14ni
i 14ni > nt Roosevelt has agreed Ie to give he the t
Chicago striking > teamsters 1 an annhly epp oport oportnit rtH rtHn
n nit nhly y to present t their petHHm when Vt1K > n h hreacb hf hfnac hereaches
reacb nac reaches s that i city on Mar MiszWoift M MWord IeMfI
Word MfI reached attli the t hf president in Ms amp
on the W West t Divide creek that th t the strik striker mrikPn styAkra ¬
er Pn ra are preparing to ask a asI Jt him u W t use his
influence m IMDt in their behalf similarly to the themanner t tman tinmanner
manner man r in which hkh he adjudicattti the th an anthracite xnthnacite anthrarite ¬
thracite strike three th years 1J4 a ago Ife has hasgiven hasglvpn hasgiven
given the strikers I nkp no en ouragemeNt fnountlemeMtth enotsiaemostother < ouragemeNtother
other th r than agreeing aftrt to < o receive a oe oeBatirn dPk dPkjllation dekgation > >
Batirn from the t petitioners should an anaudience anaudience n naudk
audience audk > nct be 1 re retuiested retuiestedLitbe < uest t tUlle d dIJU1
IJU1 tetaur time tt will wi be at t th the i iPOMI itC itCpogal s spenal
penal of Mr Rooftev Roosevelt K in Chfcmgo CIdR The Theparty Tb Tbrt Theparty
party rt rttiI tiI will arrive r in Chicago C at noon and amiat andat
at ore wf1 attend the f fby lunrh luncheon on siven sivenby glvsutby =
by the Merchants chub The T Hamilton Hamiltonclub Hamiltonclub Ilamiltonclub
club reveptioa I f is i exoected eX to continue continuefrom lOnUrnHrlOltl contlusuefront
from 2 until 4 418 p m and after that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the president pN ldnt will m rest at apHrtments apHrtmentsreserved aPMrlmentr psrtnientireaerv <
r reaerv reserved nfd d for him at the Auditorium Avdlt rtul1l An Annex Ansex 11 11IIfX ¬
sex hotel hot Th The ImqiKite IIVNI IrnqiIE club dinner will willbftin wi wiin wifthgtn
bftin in at 7 p to m and when that t to over overthe ovprtlMo overthe
the party will 111 return turn to the special train trainand trainand traliand
and spend the night on board boardTh 1HMardTIle boardrh
Th TIle president presid Dt cannot give conHtdera conHtderatiun fOI fraUun eonsideratiugi
tiun to the petition until he reaches reachesWashington rcachtWIIW reachesWashington
Washington WashingtonSNOW W WashingtonSNOW hIton
co coSNOW
SNOW IN NEW YORK YORKNew YORKN YORKNew
New N York May Mal 1 Light t SHAH fell to today today toda ¬
day da in many siSS 11 jieei bseea III centeral And aiMinorthern amidnorthern
northern New York accomiMuiieU by bycold b bold bycold
J cold old weather
I ALL ABOARD ABO A1OATJE RP THE SALT LAE L4E ROUTE FOR LOS ANGELES J Ii IiI I
I
0 0SEATTLE
SEATTLE BREWERS OUT OUTNonTTnion OUTNonUnion OUTNonUnion
NonUnion Men Will Be Put to toWork toW toWork
Work W od in Place of the theStrikers theStrikers theStrikers
Strikers StrikersSeattle StrikersSeattle StrikersSeattle
Seattle Wash Ish May ay 1 1Eel 1Every Every brew brewery btfWEt brewety ¬
ery emj tmIMo enipiove loye e in Seattle is out on strike strikeand slriktand strikeand
and tonight tOlt ht a boycott oHi sn < the products productsof Itrodudof
of the lbebreeries breweries was declared by the thebrewery lhebrwer thebrewery
brewery brwer drivers tlr rs union The executive executivecommittee executhceotnmiU executiveCommittee
committee of the western Central labor laboriik JaborUnion laborituskrn
Union iik > n had a special meeting to take ac action action acion ¬
tion 01 the strike By B unanimous vft vote votethe vot votthe rotethe
the committee voted to recommend lltEnd to tothe toUte tothe
the head body the indorsement of the theboycott theboycott theboycott
boycott The Western Central will hold holda
a general entntl meeting on Wednesday WednesdayToday WednesdayToday Vednesdft VednesdftTOOa
Today TOOa the Citizens itiZfn Alliance of Seat Seattle Seattle teattie ¬
tle was called in ard the brewery pro proprietors proJH projwietors ¬
prietors JH ftOrM transferred their part of the thefight theJhht thefight
fight to the business l mens organiza organization orgaiiizaItoh niza nizaHOff ¬
tion J 1 7 K Sanders Sa ndt > rs vice > president an and andenenll andgeneral l lgeneral
general manager of the Manufacturers Manufacturersengaging ManufacturersInformation anuacturfrsInfonnatlon
Information Bureau company OInp ny is her herenjajng here hereengaging
engaging new I men to tau the place of ofthe ofthe f flhe
the strikers at the breweries hreer fS not only onlyin ftI onlyhi t
in Seattle Sttat tie but throughout t western westernWashington westerlulVashingtmi
Washington asbin JfI Every brewery brepr in this thispart thisPRrt thispart
part of the state > will he worked by ww wwemployes newempioyes w wempky I
employes tomorrow In all about four fourhundred fourhundrfd fourhundred
hundred men are ar involved involvedThe involvedThe
The nght hinges hin oh on the th refusal 1 of the thebrewery thEbrewery thebrewery I
brewery proprietors to accept a pt the > new newcontracts n newcontracts W Wrontntcts
contracts submitted u miUfOd by the t employes employesThe tmploYfSThe esnpioyesThe
The proprietors insist on eliminating eliminatingwhat sibninatingwhat I Iwhat
what is known know the t ultst list clause cu e in con contract contracts
tract They Thto are H rf willing Ulin to meet n t J the theeraployrs he heemployes hfenlpfo
employes enlpfo s on other oth r questions at issue issueA 1 IssiteA It ItA
A joint executive fx utivt committee of seven sevenmembers 5f sevenmembers Yttn Yttnntemlu I
members ntemlu > rs representing rtpi f1ting the I he international internationalI intf mIminat > rna tonal i6nalbretrv tonalbrewery
I brewery workmen of the U S ts man managing managl1 mguuaging ¬
aging the the strike for the employee empio s Slier SlierI Sl Sher Sher1ff er erjf
I iff Smith of King county today swore sworein sworein sworein >
in twenty deputies who have > been bet n as assdfrned astcignfd mtssigned >
signed to the different breweries brewer to pro protect protd protout ¬
tout the properties propertiesThe pro rt rtThP
The brewery br fry drivers dt hfr8 union tonight tonightadopted tf1i tonightadopted ht 1 1adoptd
adopted a resolution rt > instructing Ks Ksmembers n Itsmembers I
members to t keep kM > I off the property of the thebreweries thebrpEri thebreweries
breweries during tlnrio the progress r s of th thstrike the thestrik thestrike
strike < and timilar f stIon Mon will itI be taken takenby takEnb takenby
by b the five other brewery unions unionsINSURANCE ut1 unionsI s
11 IZZt Q QI
I I INSURANCE INSURANCEAGENTIN AGENT AGEi T IN JAIL JASLB
B B Scott of Portland1 Portlani Ore Charged ChargedWith ChargedWith I I
With Having Defrauded DefraudedHis
His Company CompanyNew CompanyYork
New York May 1 1B B Scott t formerly fonnerlysupcrinteiidenl ConnerlyMlIfrinteudtlIt formerlysitieninteuideit
supcrinteiidenl of the Washington ashln on Life LifeInsurance IifeInsuntfwt LifeInsurmtiue
Insurance society Siet and also ai the t JHo com compunys rOfllp cootpunys
punys p nys agent for or Washington and Ore Oregon oreon Oreson ¬
son on with Itli headquarters in Portland is isin isil isill
in Ludiow street jail He came 301 > here herefrom herefrOm
from fr m Philadelphia several days da 5 ago ami amiwas a amiwits I IWAS
I was arrested at an uptown hotel on an anorder AJIorder anorder
order obtained by the companys at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney Unable to furnish S i800 OO 00 bail bailScott bailthe bailthe
the former Agent was as later locked up
Scott quit the employ of the company companylast companlast companylast
last March Later it Is said he began beganjWit beganit hegailtinit
jWit it in Oregon claiming that the com company COI1pany cornpitny ¬
pany owed him many thousand tbouIK dollars dollarsThe dollarnTh dollarsThe
The Th company alleged that he owed it it1W6
1W6 1 and started a suit for that sum sumScott IumgoU aiim54ott
Scott refused to talk about his case casePresident fanePresident casePresident
President Tatlock of the insurance insurancecompany in51rnneecompany insurancecompany
company said the issue with Scott was wasmiMh wasmlh wasluteh
miMh involved and admitted that soy several soyeral e eI ¬
eral thousand dollars entered into the theaffair th thaffair theaffair
affair The con company onn pany was reorganized reorganizeda I Ia
I a few ff months ago after fttr its affairs had hadbeen hadbeen I Iht
been ht en > gone over thoroughly by the state stateinsurance stateinsurance i
insurance department Most of the old oldofficers old10ftktTS oldofficers
10ftktTS officers resigned and President Tatlock Tatlocklook Tatlocktook I Itook
took charge chargePortland chargePortland har e I
Portland Ore May 1 IBlair Blair T Scott Scottunder ScottundEr Scottundtr
under arrest at New York suddenly suddenlyresigned suldenlyre suddenlyresigned
resigned re ned from the employ of the Wash Washington Washington Vashington ¬
ington Life Insurance company about aboutsix aboutsix aboutsix
six weeks eelts ago giving as his reason reasonthat re reasonthat 80n 80nthat
that the company was seeking king to alter alterits alteril alterIts
its il contract with Uh him and refused to topay topay topay
pay him a large sum of money which whichhe whichI whirlshe
he claimed wis 1 duehim due him He also stated statedthat stateIthat statedthat
that pending a settlement settiement he was with withholding wilholdin withholding ¬
I holding oldin certain funds of the company companyScott loltlpanySOtl companyStott
Scott left Portland soon afterward for forNew forI forNew
New York for the purpose > he said of ofsecuring ofI ofsecuriuug
I
securing an adjustment adju tment of the matter matterNOT m matterNOT atter attere
e C CNOT
I NOT COMMON CARRIERS CARRIERSWaj CARRIERSWashington
Waj Washington a hinston hin ton May Ma aj 1 1G 1George Jforsje It Peek Peekgeneral leekgeneral > fk fkI
general fn counsel of the Chicago C hicag Milwau Milwaukee Shilwiuiken JiIRIIkf ¬
ken St Paul railroad was again IN INf 1 1ture hefii
I f ture fii wc e the senate ate committee on interstate interstatecommerce Inf Inferstatecommerce rstHtc rstHtcCORIIIWnr
commerce today lie reiterated ala as asflertfcNi 111IMrtMR assertlea
flertfcNi that if the t Interstate commerce eemftterccOI1ItI commerceoiamtson
1 commission OI1ItI had w tOwer > w r to fix rates it itvhoukl itbnuld Itshould
should not establish differentiate Pri Prij Prirate
j I rate vat car lines he said were W not com common comI cornmon ¬
mon carriers Irr rg but were > necessary y to car carry CHrry earry ¬
ry on the commerce comm ce in perishable ar articles artides artides ¬
I tides ticlesI
aI aII
I ANCIENT CASTLE BURNED BURNEDj BURNEDBHHn BURNEDBerlin
j Berlin May a V 1Thp The castle of Lychten Lychteni > n
i wald belonging Ion nl to Count Bitzthum Vets VotiKichstadt Yolll VetsEiehstadt
Kichstadt l i stadt situate 1 near r Chemnitz was wasaWe wasd wasI
I d destroyed < b by fin > tods today with m missy ny visits VRhable visitsabte
aWe pictures and memorials of the past pastinvolving reaLInvolving Nlst
involving Ivol a lows of several vral million millionmarks mlll millionmarks Qn Qnmarkfl
I marks The castle > was built three and andonehalf aMotMhtalf siuloarhalf
onehalf centuries ago by Knight Her Hermann HE 11crmans > r rmanft ¬
mann Von Harms and was WR rebuilt in inthe Int Inthe
the t early part art of the eighteenth rca centurr ceutun rcatori
turr
a si siSUIT 0 0SUIT
SUIT DISCONTINUED DISCONTINUEDNcw
New N York May Mil 1 1AnnoUftqlmeut 1AnnoUftqlmeutat AimouiK njent njentWHS
wits at made today that Coolant Co imR Wagner Wagnerwidow Wagnerwidow ugnerwidow
widow of the th great gre t composer has dls discontinued dlscontinued dlscontinued
continued h her r suit against Heiiirich HeiiirichConreid Hcinriehconrpld Heluurichionreld
Conreid growing out of the America Americaproduction AmeI1ca1production Arnerlcaproduction
production of Parsifal
Photos by Shipler ShipierUpper ShiplerUmter ShiplerUpper
Upper picture shows OWti the first regular rt5uiaFbain train ready tad to leave I ve over the Salt Lake Route for Los Angeles The Thelower Thelower Thelower
lower picture fewa s1Kt sewn the interior ef r the t1t e regular r JAr dining < crrHlta CJt carhtaeIsl UKclted < fc to t the train which is s s kl to be the finest ever eversetn everS everstout
stout S 1t here The Thehotos photos were ere made after sunset about 7 ocknk by It Shfpier Sill who came up town to developed devei pttd the lhet nega negatives segatjvey ¬
tives t made the prints and sent copies tot ie to the U train to be taken tak 1t to Mr Giilett the he general enentl passenger agent of the theroad theroad theroad
road at Los Angeles Angt > Is all within the saure pnee 0JtI of an hour and a quarter
THREE CROOKS CAUGHT CAUGHTSeattle CAUGHTI CAUGHTSeattJe I
Seattle Police Have a Trio of Ras Rascals Rascals Buscals ¬
cals in Jail Who Are Said to toBe toBe toBe
Be TopNot TopNotchers TopNotchersPortland chers chersPortland
Portland Ore May 1 tihrff Three crooks crooksone cJo crooksone k
one on of whom at tea It Iemilt < 1t t has an interIm international intrluttional interImtktutal ¬
tional reputation were fre captured today todayafter todayartfr todayafter
after having robbed the t till of the Rath Rathskeller Rathskeller Bathsheller ¬
skeller in Holel Portland of 1135 1 Two Twoof Twoof Twoof
of the fellows were ere caught Xl lt by night nightWatchman ni nightVuiehiaao ht htTxtdman
Watchman NKhoIson oil the fourth fourthfioor fourthfloes
floes of the hotel hut after a lively 1ivel chase chaseThe t tThe
The third was a captured lured today in the theAinsworfh theAinsworth theAiflsworth
Ainsworfh National bank At the jail jailthe jailthe jailthe
the men gave their names as a OJ H IIHanlon HHa H1lanlon
Hanlon Ha nlon 1 S Stafford and William WilliamKane WilliamKant WithisiutIane
Kane The hotel recovered ovtred all the themoney theJIWY theluluney
money stolen stolenKanes stolenKan stolenKanes
Kanes Kan s true name nan is said by the police policeto JOIictI
to be William Barrett amid l he e is al allejrsd a1w iiileged
lejrsd w = I by them them to lw a notorious bank bankrobber bankrobber bankrobber
robber and pi pikiioeket > ki ocket Chieft < hief of police policeof
of various large cities dti were ere immediately immediatelyinformed immediatelyhronud immediatelyhifornied
informed of his hi capture tap ture > and late today todayrequests tOda todayrequests Y
requests that he IH > held were receive receivefrom rPte receivedfrom > td tdfrom I
from Milwaukee Wis Vi the message messagestatins J icessagestating > essa e estaUn
stating staUn he is wanted for bank robbery robberyand robberYansi t tand
and from Baltimore Md Mu IL the rhi chief hi f of ofpolice ofIie OfPOIte
police Iie of that city saying he h is wanted wantedthere wantedthere
there th > rt for assault a ault and robbery robberyWilliam robberyYiIIiAm robberyWilliam
William Barrett BRrr tt has a long criminal criminalrecord crin1 criminalrecord nal nalrecord
record his principal crime having havingbeen h havingbeen
been the robbery of a bank niesstenser mes uimeemleligeriii tengr tengrin <
in Paris France < e of 408W8 fraiNrs frRJt for forwhich forhidl forwhich
which hidl he served a long term in i jwboii jwboiiJ r > ri tIt tItJ on onJ
J S Stafford the i lJOIiett olice claim t tq l Itof e a acriminal Rrhninal itcriminal
criminal known as Fritzie Dhein DheinFritzie DheinFritzie DheinFritzie
Fritzie Dhein according to the police policeis polleeis
is a celebrated el brated crook ook who has served servedterms servedterms eredterms
terms in various prisons for diamond diamondstealing diAmondstealing diamondstealing
stealing btuik robbery robbery HIM and for pkking pkkingpockets iekiisgpockets
pockets pocketsThe JOketsThe pocketsThe I
The third of the trio G H Hanlon Hanlonhas Hanlonhas Hanlonhas
has not yet been kleiitifte identi ed by It the police policebut polkphut polhPlint
but they say they th > y believe he too is well wellknonn ell j I
known knownHanlon knonnHanlozu j
Hanlon and Stafford when caught caughtwere cauthterp caughtwere
were erp clad in full evening dress and nuidwore
wore considerable jewelry Kane was wastiuiely I
finely finel hut inconspicuously ly dressed dres ed in inthe P1the i
the height of fashion When he Itea Iteasean was wassearched I
searched sean h > d a magnificent set of tools for foruse foruse furuse II
use in picking pockets was found on I Ihint
hint I I
cz czMO e
MONTHLY MO MONTHLYSTATEMENT MONTHLYSTATEMENTReport JTHLY STATEMENT STATEMENTReport I II I
I 1 1I I
Report Issued by the Comptroller of ofCurrency
I Currency CurrencyWashington CurrencyWashiiigton I IVashhbton
Washington May Iay 1 1The The monthly monthlystatement monthlyI monthlystatement
statement stut ment issued is by the comptroller of ofj oftl I
j th tl ° currency currenc shows sbo that the total totalI totalamount tctalamount
I amount of national bank 1 notes not 5 out outstanding OUlI outstazidluig ¬
standing at the close of business bu tl April AJIiIfl
I 29 1905 1 was 481244945 an increase increasefor mcrealrefor increasefor
and in increase inI ¬
for the year ear of 44164372 an
I crease crea e for the month ol 52JKMW 3HM The TheI
1 I Clrcnlatkm bIh bneed on UnIted StatS StatSI StatESbonds
I I bonds amounted to 491477G an in ini InI inI
i I crease rea e for the year of 5134496 1W49 and andan
4277 JS JSi ESThe S7 S7i
1 an 15 increase inlrNt e for the month of
i i The amount of circulation secured ctJIed by bylawful hylawful bylawful
de decrease deI tiecrease ¬
lawful money waa 532097179 H
I crease for the th year of 7190611 and an anincrease anlwrease 1 1increase
increase for the month of 1018113 1018113The 1018113The 11S113The
The amount of United States regis registered registered registered ¬
tered bonds on deposit d > losit to secure cir circulation circulation clrcuhitlon ¬
culation notes was 4o28 4 4LS7tO tS = 790 and to tosecure tosecUre toSecure
secure public deposits d l vosilS tOSitS Q2lW05t 1t21itU5ta 1t21itU5tSHOOTING ti21itlVSHOOTING
a
1 SHOOTING IN MONTANA MONTANAj MONTANABillings
j Billings Mont May Iay 3 3Word Word lisa liasbeen lisaleeuu las lasIJeen
been received of the fatal shooting xt xti stuster t tOuster
i Ouster uster today t dK of Jack Stone a well wellknown wellknown wellknowis
known railroad man Stone walked walkedi walkedsome tdkedi
i some distance after ft r the shooting He HeJ HeSfli1
J said ic1 he attempted utl mpted to enter at womans womanshouse womanshouse womanshouse
house when u man he h > did not know knowhim lino linoshot knowshot
shot him He said he could recognize recognizehis
his assailant assailantBOY asaI1antBOY
assuiIantcat
cat catBOY
BOY IS INSANE INSANEChchulis I INSANEClieluthis NSAN E EChehlllis
Chchulis Wash May 1Ia 1 IThe The jury juryin jur jurin juryiii
in the CUBe of Tom Brown the M J1J 14yoar 14yoarold year yearold aI r rold
old patricide who ho has been o Oft trial formurder for formurder formurder
murder for the last week eek today re returned returncii returned ¬
turned a verdict vE > rtlJclo of not guilty The Thejury ThejUlJ Thejury
jury found that the boy is an insane Inilleperson litautueperson insaneperson
person
B0AT BQA r CAPSIZED IN SUDDEN J SQUALL SQUALLJohn
John Zimmerman Drowned and a Party of Five Prominent ProminentPeople ProminentPeople ProminentPeople
People Have a Narrow Escape From Watery WateryGrave WateryGrave WateryGrave
Grave at San Pedro
i I I OS ANGELES Cal al May Ia I lJoseph 1JosephL Joseph JosephZimmerman
L Zimmerman 24 1 years of age a awell an awell I
well n known florist of Ocean Park Parkrecently ParkrtflItly Parkrecently
recently from fro Pittsbwrg Pitt bmg Pa has lost losthis loStbir I IriS
riS his life 1i and a party of five prominent prominentpeople prominentmopie f fpeop
people peop who 00 accompanied him him have nar narrowly ¬ I Irowl Irowly
rowly rowl escape escaped death df > th from drowning drowningthrough droWninglhroulh I Ithrough
through tli capsizing of a small sail sailboat sailboat
boat at San Pedro The boat when a aconsiderable afonsidprablp aconsiderable
considerable distance off shore was wasstruck asstruck wmssstruck I
struck by a sudden squall and capsized capsizedZimmerman t8psizedZimmerman capsizedZimmerman
Zimmerman attempted to swim s im to land landbut l landbut nd ndbut
but sank befnre he reached r hffi it The i iother IothEr 1other
other members > rs of the party Mrs rs Anna AnnaLowe AnnaLo AnnaLowe
Lowe Lo e and her daughter > r Miss Irene IreneIx IreneLowe
Ix Lowe we > of tf l 16 tos 5 s Angeles Ang > lps Miss Mi g Edith Baa Baxter axtfr Baater ¬ I
ter of r Denver ami a lid JOrnest Irne t Conrey on 1 and andANNIVERSARY andANNIVERSARY andANNiVERSARY
ANNIVERSARY OF YALU YALUKurokis YALUKurok YALUKurokis
Kurokis Kurok s Army rmy Celebrated the Occa Occasion Oecasion Ooc Oocsion ¬
sion Yesterday With WithGreat WithGreat WithGreat
Great Effect EffectHeadquarters EffectHeadjuarlers EffectIeadsiuarterc
Headquarters General G neral Kurokis Army Armyvia Armyvia
I Ivia
via FuNtii May 1 IThE The anniversary amlivf ry of ofthe t tthe 1the
the battle at tl Yalu was celebrated by byGeneral j j
General Kurokis army today with ith ithilect i iI eslectacuIar
ilect slectacuIar I ectacular eular fetes Soldiers represent representthe repr lt I Iill Iiuig
ill iuig aU military or organizations anizaUons 1I1a11aget11 iuuauagetl iuuauagetlthe
the work urk with remarkable effect eflellThe etfeeLThe j
The valley vnJle in which whk h the headquarters headquarlersis bea dqu rlers
is encamped was transformed into a aiwrk aINtrk aPark I
Park by utilizing streams grass lMots dots > k > ts tsand
and hill sides shi S for the reproduction OtI of ofJapanese ofTapunese
Japanese scenery scenerjAn sceneryAu tner I
An Au n altar 1tar with a tablet in memory of ofthe ofthe
the armys dead was s erected on the thetztlmrnif thesumm thesummit I
tztlmrnif summ summit t r of > F a 1SII hill TU The apprOttch r l laltar to the thealtar I
altar was a wide ide avenue through a agrove aSTove agrove
grove of trees studded with ilh artificial artificialcherry artificialcherry I
cherry blossoms and crossed by tri triumphal tn tnumphal ¬ 1
umphal arches Other features of the t i
decorations were an equestrian e < statue statuerepresenting statuerepresenting I I1epr I
representing 1epr enting General Kuroki and Mn a re reproduction reproduction ¬ I
production of the Yalu battlefieldShinto battlefieldShinto battlefield battlefieldShinto
Shinto Buddhist services in memory of ofthe ofthe I
the dead soldiers were ere held at the thealtar thealtar
altar with troops massed at the foot footof footof I
i of the hill hillRace ItillItace 1 1Ilace
Race > tracks trn ks theatres theatr and H profit profusion profitdon rofu ¬
sion don of o unique decorations were ert laid laidout laidout laidout
out on the plain Several hundred of oflicers ofIlcers
licers t1 rs lunched at tables spread SI read under
the trees and aniiisemenLs which fol ¬
lowed included a procesKton JHOCe iOt represent ent ¬
ing the Samamuri warriors and fol fol10weIl ¬
lowers of feudal times Horse racing
theatricals lhe lricdK and wrestling wrestlingcuplete completed the Uteay
day ay s programme programmeFATE IrogrammeFATE lirograluuineFATE
FATE OF ° A ARYMAN ARYMANDan FERRYMAN FERRYMANDan
Dan Kingsley Carried Over Shoshone ShoshonePoise ShoshoneFalls ShoshoneFalls
Falls FallsBoise FallsJ3oise
Poise Ida May 1 IA A special to the theStatesman th thSlutfSman theStatesman
Statesman from Twin Palls says ti s Dan DanKingsley DanKing DanKingsley
Kingsley King 1ey > the ferryman at Shosbone ShosboneFalls Sho ShoahoflFails ltone ltoneFalls
Falls went Ent over O oven r the falls Sunday night nighti Jli muightthe t tthe
i the oars and pieces of the skiff in inwhich 111 111which inwhich
which he had started across the river riverwere riHwere nvtrwere
were found below the falls but no trace traceI trMceor traceof
I of the mun muning8ley ninaingsIey
ing8ley was seen alive ti the < > t last t tune tllMehy tunely > iu iuby >
by M Sullivan who has been carom carousing caromInb earousiiig ¬
ing at tt the Falls hotel Sullivan tells teJIt4many so somany soinaity
many stories about the tri trip over the theriver therher theriver
river as lo 0 arouse suspicion One Oneuf Oneufthe of ofthese tutthese
these e tales is that when h4fl the l hqat oat had hadgone hadgone sdgone
gone thirty thirl or forty yards from the theshore tlteshore theshore
shore lie Sullivan jumped out It is isunderstood is11ndtrstood Isunderstood
understood Sullivan is under serveR surveillance swrveilInnce serveRlance ¬
lance Kingsley came me here from Spo Spokime SpOk1me 510kline
kline two weeks ago He has n Slates steterWho iet ietWho Slatesho <
Who ho is an operator on the Great North Northern Northera
era
James Pennie pe > lJn of Washington D C Csucceded Csuceeded
succeded m saving themselves tJKom elv > by byclinging bycHn bYclinging
clinging cHn ln to the overturned boat t and andwere andWHe andwere
were rescue reseMedIt by a steam launch Jau h whkh whkhchanced whkhctareod whichckauuced
chanced to sbjjht sht the wrecked craft craftMiss ersftMiss f
Miss Irene Lowe who is a strong strongswimmer strongsldmmer strongswimmer
swimmer kept her mother moUt afloat until untilthey untilthey untilthey
they ccBld reach the boat after the theaccident thearrMent theaccident
accident occurred Miss n Baxter was wassaved Wassaved as asflaVfI
saved by the two young men of the theparty Uteparty theparty
party partyMrs partyMrs v vMrs
Mrs Lowe who 00 is th the former miner wife wifeof wifeoC wifeof
of a well known mining engineer t nineer and amicapitalist andcapitalist ititilcapitalist
capitalist of Denver by that name nameis I
is j < III as a result r ult of f her experiences exper s but butno butno I
no serious consequences are apr hend hended bendml
ed
Tie body of Zimmerman has not been beenrecovered beenrecovered I Irff
recovered rff recoveredPLACE > rpd t tPLACE
I II IPLACE I
PLACE FOR FORCOJTELY0U FORCOJTELY0URumor CORTELYOU CORTELYOURumor CORTEL YOU I IRUMor
Rumor That Postmaster General Is Isto Isto Isto
to Be President of the theEquitable theEquitable theEquitable
Equitable EquitableAVashington Equitableashlngton EquitableWashington
Washington May Ala 1 1It Jt is reported reportedhere T reportedhere fOrtfdhere >
here that Postmaster Po > r General Cortelyou Cortelyouhas Cortflyouhas Cortelynufins
has been agreed upon for president of ofthe oflhe ofthe
the Equitable l Life Assurance society SOtittyof SOtittyofN of ofNew ofNew
New N e w York as a compromise 1Ie between betweenPresident bet betweeuiiresident wettJ wettJPresident
President Alexander of that society st iet and andFirst andFirst andFirst
First Vice ice President Hyde This ar arrangement arrangement anrangesuent ¬
rangement is said to have wne been beenbrouRht beenbrou beenbrought
brought brou hl about by b United States Sen Senator SenatorKnox Seaator ¬
ator atorKnox Knox and Henry C Prick chair chairman chairman chairman ¬
man of the executive ex utie committee eOR > nlttee of the thesociety lbesoclet thesociety
society societyMr soclet socletMr societyMr
Mr Cortelyou Cort you declines to d1gg discussthe discussthematter diseyssthematter the thematter
matter matterNew matterNew matterNew
New York May ay L IAn An oflicial of the theEquitable theEtluitable
Equitable Life Assurance society to towhom towhom
1 whom was shown the dispatch di an announcing announcing
nouncing the report in Washington that thatPostmaster thatPostmaster
Postmaster General Cortelyou had hadbeen hadbeen
been be en offered the presidency of the so society 50ciel soelety ¬
ciety ciel said saidMr saidMr
Mr Ir Alexander is president of the theEquitable theEuiultable
Equitable The report that the presi presidency predency presidency ¬
dency has been offered to someone 5 < else elseI elsecannot
I cannot be correct correctMr correctMr
Mr Hyde was shown the dispatch dispatchHe
He Heletd read it through throu h and then Ut fl asked askedto
to beexcused be e excu excuseti from comment on it itI it iLNew
I New Ne York May 1 1Afler After careful in inthe inquiry
quiry the e Associated Press Pr is able to todeny todeny todeny
deny the report in Washington V shington that thatPostnwster thatI thatPostmaster
I Postmaster General f oera I Cortelyou had hadbeen tadI 1usdbeen
been agreed agrees upon for president of the theEquitable thel theEtjuitsble
I Equitable l Assurance A une society tiety of New NewYork Nt NtYork NewYork
York as is a compromise comprol between Presi President Presllent ¬
dent Alexander er of the society soeiet and First FirstVice FirstVice FirstVice
I
Vice President Hyde
PRAIRIE FIRES RAGING RAGINGGreat RAGINGGrfAt RAGINGGreat
Great Falls FalJ Mont May 1 IPrairie IPrairietires 1Prairietires Prairie Prairietires
tires in Valley county count in northern Mon Montana Ilontana stontana ¬
tana have 1tK ve been be raging for several severaldays severalrlas severaldays
days according to reports r ports received receivedfrom reeeivedfrom receivedfrouim
from there today and more than 200 200square 200uare 200square
square uare miles suffered heavy losses as asa 88a asit
a result Many lIan buildings and amid fences fenceswere fencesWere fenceswere
were burned burnedMost bUr1edl05t burnedMoat
Most of the ranchers only saved sa vetI their theirhomes theirbotnEtl theirhomes
homes by plowing furrows around them themSeveral lhemI themSeveral
I Several narrow escapes are reported reportedThe rlOltedThe reportedThe
The fire is 6ffiW HOW practically out having havingburned Ntingburned havingburned
burned to th ° edges of the mountains mountainson I Ion
I IQ IMURDERERS
on one side 8itl and the th > river r er on the otbev otbevMURDERERS o otbeMURDERERS tile
Q
MURDERERS INDICTED INDICTEDSenatonia INDICTEDSellatohl INDICTEDSenatohia
Senatonia Mass Ma s May 118 1 ITItlrttell Thirteen of ofthe orthe ofthifl
the Hllegei layers of Sheriff Poagev Poagevwho Po Poagewho e ewho
who was shot to death in the county countyJail counlyjail countyjitit
Jail here he white dofetuliiiK d r Ing a prisoner prisonerfrom prisonerfroni r rtrom
from a mob haveJjfiHF bllV indicted by b the llleTatf thoTate
Tate ouq graJ off charges of ofmurder ofmurder
murder
ALLEGED PROMISE PROMISEOF PRO J1ISE J1ISEOF
OF REED SMOOT SMOOTApostles SMOOTApostles SMOOTApostles
Apostles Cowley and Taylor Were to toHave toRave toBave
Have Been Investigated InvestigatedCONFERENCE InvestiBtedCONFERENCE InvestigatedCONFERENCE
CONFERENCE DID NOT ACT ACTNOW ACTNOV ACTNOW
NOW THE SENATOR STANDS IN INJEOPARDY INJEOPARDY INJEOPARDY
JEOPARDY JEOPARDYSpecial JEOPARDYSpecial JEOPARDYSpecial
Special to The Herald Heraldp HeraldfIASHINGrON
1 Senate SenateDubofs SeDaterV SenatotV
ASH1NOTON1 May
S fIASHINGrON p j
V V i Dubois return mmeet today from fromPhllHdelpJiut fromPhlladelpld fromlhthtdeIphiIa
PhllHdelpJiut where he had a aconference aconference aconference
conference yesterday yesterd with exSenator exSenatorFrank xSenatorFrank esSenatorFramik
Frank J 1 Cannon now editor of the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake Tribune and with Mrs MrsFrederick IrsFretlerick MrsFrederick
Frederick Scboff chairman of the ex executive esecuUve cxecutive ¬
ecutive committee of the National NationalLeague NationalLeague NationalLeague
League of Womans omans orsantoHUions orsantoHUionsSenator orpnbatlomLSenator organtastioflaSenator
Senator Dubois states that as one re result vusuit ¬
suit of the conference he is in a posi position posIHon p051tion ¬
tion to emphatically deny the reports reportswhich reportSwhich reportSwhich
which announced that Editor Cannon Cannonhad Cannonhad Cannonhad
had given up his fight against certain certainpractices certainpradices certainpractices
practices of the Mormon church t gov government gnveniimetit o oenll11ent ¬
ernment Mr Cannon will take five fiveweeks theweeks liveweeks
weeks vacation in Europe and expects expectsto
to return to UUh at the end of that thattime thatt thattime
time t and renew r w his crusade with in increased Incrt 11creased ¬
creased crt vigor vigorSenitor vigorenatot igot igotSenator
Senator enatot Dubois says s that the recent recentfailure n recentfailure ent entfailurf
failure of the t Mormon church at the theannual theannual theannual
annual conference in Salt Lake to in investigate invtStigate investigate ¬
vestigate charges of polygamy against againstApostles qatntApostles againstApostles
Apostles Matthias Cowley and John JohnW JohnV
W V Taylor and an the act of the church churchin
in sustaining them as apostle was an anindorsement anindorsement anIndorsement
indorsement of polygamy poly UlY anew in inviolation inviolation Inviolation
violation of the Mormon pledges and of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Woodruff manifesto to of 1J 1 ildS > 9 forbid forbidding forbidding forbidding ¬
ding polygamy He saW Reed Smoot Smoothad Smoothad Sunoothad
had promised the t senate nate committee to tohave lOhav tohave
have > the > charges against a st these two twoapostles twttaposUe8 twoapostles
apostles for taking plural wives tv shire shire1t1o inre1X in e
1X 1 investigated invesU attd by President Joseph JosephSmith JusephSmith ephSmith
Smith As no investigation hnt Stipl > M1 was wa made madehe nadehe madelie
he declared Smoot stands in greater greaterjeopardy greterjeopardy ter I Ijeopardy
jeopardy than ever everHe everlie ff ffHe
He > added ad d The United States StateaJlen StateaJlenatt sun aenate sunate
ate > is row Po called upon to deaL L with wHkan wlUIan
an open and polygamous poIYIf church one oneof oneof oneof
of whose high h priests Is ApoeO 1O Reed ReedSmoot ReedSmoot Jedt3uuoot
Smoot SmootHe SmootHe t3uuootHe
He sakl id also that if the senate te fails failsto faiitto failsto
to expel Smoot it gives gi recognition to topolygamous topttlygclJnous topolygamous
polygamous Mormottism m and opens the thtway tb tbI theway
way a for the Mormons to send ten or ortwelve ort ortwelve
I twelve t elve senators from Utah Idaho IdahoWyoming IdahoVyoming IdahoVyorning
Wyoming Oregon Nevada N ada and Colo Colorado ole C10rado olertdo ¬
rado in whhh states the Mormon Mormonrhurcn Monnonhurrh Mormonchurch
church holds the political balance of ofIiowen ofIWel oflOWel
Iiowen IiowenJOHN IWelJOHN lOWelJOHN
JOHN BARRETTS NEW JOB JOBMinister JOBMinister JOBMinister
Minister at Panama Ready to Start StartFor StartFor StartFor
For Bogota BogotaWashington BogotaVadi BogotaWashington
Washington Vadi 8tGIt May 1Acting Secretary SecrelaryAde SecretaryAdre
Ade Ad was busy today arranging arra the theI de detain details ¬
I tails tal bv cable of the t transfers of the theAmerican UteAmtrkan theAmerican
American ministers in South America AmericaannouiKpd Americaanttouttt Americaauiimuticed
I annouiKpd anttouttt d Saturday It is regarded rdet1 as asdesirafete ASira 8 8thslrabht
desirafete ira that there tbf shall be as Httle de delay tie tiefa deIs ¬
lay fa v us iwifwIMe in effecting ffrfCti the chance chanceMr rhatlftfr changesMr
Mr Barrett a tt ht cablEd M isis SKceptanee SKceptaneeof Jlree tance tancer
of r his apimintmeni ap JIt1IMon1 as minister to Co CoUvniUta CoInnlhia Celoiiihia
UvniUta expressing > xpn i his gratification ttfkation at the thechange thed1ftn thechange
change d1ftn By th t the departments instruc instructions iftStJuctton lastniktiona ¬
tions of f today loda h hi will proceed from Pan Panama Pnama Pansisal ¬
ama to us Bogota by the first means of con conveyance conn conrevs
veyance n revs an nrc f S Sretar Se r retjsrr > et rr Lee will h he left In Jnharxe Inhalllte inhurse
< harxe of th the legation at Panama until untilfJovernor untilnovt uuititGovernor
Governor novt > rnor Magoon aCftOn arrives arrh to undertake undertakethe
the functions fcnct CJIUC of American minister as asw aswAil asusil
w wAil 41 as governor of the canal one when whenMr wMnIII whenIi
Mr Ii Lee will continue as secretary of ofifa orlht ofthe
the legation k =
A cablegram abl m dated yest yesterday > rdav has hasreceived
received rtP PtI from Mr Russell accepting his hisnew hiSIIPW hisnew
new xttfMNntiiMMit t He will undertake to tostart tostart tostart
start at once down the river for Cart Cartijietw CartIna Cartsgena
jietw Ina to take ship for La Gnaira The TheR TheR TheBometa
R R Bometa wtota location l will he in charge of Vice Viceronvut YiceC
ronvut C nfOut General Koppel KOJ until Mr Barrett Barrettarrives BaTrettarrin Barrettarrives
arrives Secretary Htitchinson will 111 be in incharge inthrg Iftcharge
charge > at Caracas arH until h he can be re relieved relHoHtf reheved ¬
lieved by y Mr r Russell which fc exp expected eXJHlCte4itt cteA cteAto
to be about three > e weuks hence henceRECLAMATION henceRECLAMATION henceR
RECLAMATION R ECLAMATI ON SERVICE SERVICEChanges SERVI SER VICE VICEChanges E
Changes Announced by Chief Engi Engineer Engineer ¬
neer Newell NewellSpecial NewellSpecial NewellSpeeia1
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Heraldashin lIeraldWashington
Washington ashin lVtJ May l 1tIuIef < CTiief r Engineer EngineerNewell EngineerNpwttl EngineerNewell
Newell of the reclamation service today todayaimoumed todayanuOItl1t todayauiuseunced
aimoumed anuOItl1t the > following changes c n in inthe inthe itithe
the personnel of the service ke in western westernstats westernstats esternslab
stats Andrew H Larson Utah ap appointed appointfd atpointed ¬
pointed engineering f ngint f riut aid and assigned assignedlo
lo duty dut at Salt Lake City under Dis District Dlstrict 115trict ¬
trict Engineer > r Swendsen J J 1 C Bur BuriKge Burrage Burrage
rage California appointed assistant assistantengineer assistanteJltineer assistantengineer
engineer and assigned aSign to duty under underEngineer undfrEngineer underEngineer
Engineer Field Denver W A Broth Brothers Brothers Brothera ¬
ers transferred from the Washington Washingtonoffice W88bihgtonoftke Washingtonoftice
office to act as special disbursing agent agentat nt ntt
at t Casper Wyo Waldo S Coulter CoulterMassachusetts CoulterMa CoulterMitaehusetts
Massachusetts Ma husetts and Arthur B Dodd DofJdCalifornla DoddCalifornia 4d 4dCalifornia
California appointed assistant engin engineers engjutlTS enginmere ¬
mere and assigned to duty at Laramie LaramieAVvn LaramieTO LaraunleWyo
AVvn AVvnLONG Wyo WyoLONG TO
o III IIILONG
LONG RIDE WITHOUT WITHOUTEVEN WITHOUTEVEN WITHOUTEVEN
EVEN SEEING ANY GAME GAMEGlnwoo GAMEI GAMEGbomwnoI
I Glnwoo l Springs Srin C Cln oh U > May fa v 1 IPres IPresH1411t lPresblent Pres PresWent
Went Roos Ro1t veit an soil < < 1 members of his h hunt hunting huntIUft hunting ¬
ing party were in th the saddle from S a m muntil IRI mauntil
until 43ft Ink YI Mk tody tod returning with without without without ¬
I out a jelt slt > f any kind or even f n seeing seeingany seet seetany seeingany
any game an t e Secretary S4crela Loeb reached the thecamp theI thecamp
camp at 2 i p > m and expects to return returntomorrow returntomolT9 returntoinouxpw
tomorrow The hunters will not occupy occupythHr occupytheir occupytheir
I their old camp on the East Divide creek creekuntil creekuntil creekuntil
until tomorrow tO as the Pft1 resident desired desiredto
to await Mr I JAehs ebs arrival in the pres present present peasent ¬
I ent quarters on the > West Divide New Newbear Newbtar Newbear
bear tracks in great number have be beeR beeRrt beestreported H Hreported
reported rt near the Pennie ranch on the theEast UleEast theEast
East Divide jvMe where luck went againstthe against againstthe t tthe
the campers when they started out outTHE oute outTHE
e C c cTHE
THE DEATH RECORD
Allan Sheldon SheldonDetroit SheldonDetroit
I Detroit May Ma 1 IAllah Allan SheMon a well wellknown wetlknown wellknown
known capitalist and former onaer business businesspartner bu51n bu51npartner l8 l8I
partner of Xaehariah 7 eharbth Chandler died to today today today ¬
I day aged 73 years Years ago he took tooka tOoUkI
a prominent part in national Rep bIIaPI bcsSIO1IUcS tta > ii iilM
1 IO1IUcS lM > tks
I
Miss Ellen J McKee
St Louis May Jay lMiss EDen J Mc Mckee Xekff Mchoe
hoe of this city clt owner of a controlling controllinginterest MIIlrol1l MIIlrol1linteTt eontroIthinterest
interest in the GIobtDemocraL rtobe Democntt which whichshe wbkltsite whichshe
she inherited from her he > r father fal its found founder ¬
er died at Asheville Ashevi Ie N C today aged Agedi
42 yeans yeansSALT rearsSALT
a rpf rpfSALT
SALT LAKE TEAM TOO TOOSLOW TOOSLOJJ TOOSLOW
SLOW FOR THE TRAIN TRAINSjiecial TRAIN8pef TRAINSjeeiisl
Sjiecial 8pef 81 to The Herald HeraldSpokane HEraldSlmk HeraldSpokAtie
Spokane Slmk nf Wash V 8h May 1 INo No game at atWalla atalla atVah1a
Walla alla Walla Yal Salt Lake team missed missedtrain missedI > 11ssedtrain
train I
a ra raFLOUR
FLOUR MILLS BURNED BURNEDBaltimore BURNEDnlthflCJle BURNEDLbdtlinore
Baltimore May 1 IThe The Orange ON a GMve GMvefluunng t1eVeflouting ve veflouring
flouring mills of the < A lambreH GambrenMauuftttring GatnbrehlIsLuufneturistg lambreHMauufHcmrinc
MauufHcmrinc company at Orange OrangeGrove QsuI OaageGrove e eGrona
Grove on the > Baltimore Ohio rail railroad railr railroad
r road 8 about Un mile from IfctnJyMre 1JaatJ 1JaatJwith 13ahjsrewhit IfctnJyMrewitli
with contents was < MtrftycNl kl d liy ib J Jtonight 11 11toni ie ietonight
tonight toni ht Loss 200000
TROOPS FIRED FIREDUPON FIREDUPON FIREDUPON
UPON RED FLAGS FLAGSSoores
Soores of Workmen Shot Down in inStreets inStreets inStreets
Streets of Warsaw WarsawEUROPEAN WarsawEUROPEAN WarsawEUROPEAN
EUROPEAN RUSSIA QUIET QUIETOLD
OLD BELIEVERS UNSEAL THEIR THESRALTARS THEIRALTARS THEIRALTARS
ALTARS ALTARSi ALTARS ALTARSAARSAY
t AARSAY I i ARSAW May 1 L 1Nearly Newly NewlyT h i I IV I < svV
vV V T dredj dred persons nons were kiilt kikl kiklwouitded kjileIwoutiJed 1 1wountfed
in illnous it itnious
wountfed In AMairftftnces
j jrious
rious quarters quar of Wwswjfc W Was today todaytroops tedIlQOPS todaxtroops <
troops apprnilT appare tb were tllte lttroland tmcomtrolU tmcomtrolUand contro1iLand
and violated violat all H orders to act with r reration JJI JJIeraUon neratlon >
eration They fired into the crowd crowddemonstrators crowddemonstrators
demon demonstrators trato and workmen in i u i d dperatton dperatkm
peratton rworted to the uv U of f i iarms iI iii iii4rvns
arms 8 and bom 00 bombs h Many chiidiiu hi dl Lit ali aliwOInen i iwomen
women are among the dying dyingWhat dyinoWhat dyingWhat
What approa firs a reign n < u t texists texists
exists esi ts tonight the > city prefer p preeitsgloomy ll is a 1 v vgloomy 1 1glooln
gloomy aspect and the teiii teUlll1r > r f fentire rentire fentire
entire community augurs ill illThe illThe illThe
The > presence of numerous patr patrCossacks j 1 1Cossacks I Ifo1lSacM
Cossacks cavalry and infantry Infantryonly t 1 1only 3 3only
only reminder of lurking dangct dangctRed dangIrRed darsg darsgRed
Red Flags in Procession ProcessionNo
No untoward incident was wasuntil I ri rinntil r runtil >
until afternoon The Thi first di tlA1 li I1I I1Ioccurred un unoccurred irioccurred
occurred between 1 an anti < 2 oVl < h i i iafternoon jafternoon Iafternoon
afternoon when wh > 11 a procession processionthousand proceSIOfIthouand f ftlMMqAtJMl
thousand wbrkraen w rkmeu carrying tf rrying r i imarched imarched imarched
marched down Zetasna Z na sir SUi attdemonstrathtui i idemonstnitioii r rdemonstratloll
demonstnitioii was quite on onproceeded onproeeeded ord ordproceeded
proceeded without molestation taut f fdistance fdistance
distance dt Suddenly several SM stii q II i iof iof 1of
of Uhlans appeared but withoUT withouferine withoUTfeting wlthowteeing
feting with the th procession eBsio and anda anda >
a position puNit ion along a the sidewair sidewairthe Kldewathe sidewathe
the workmen passed through PI PIThen flTbt I ITheit
Then Tbt > n a company of infantry infantryprnachcd inflIltrproafhid lnmnt tv tvpninuheit
prnachcd from the front and anddjately al1lcUatdy andtUately
djately the cavalry charged j I T Trott
procosion rott sion driving drl it with ih ihtheir 111thttir iliheir
their swords into A disorgam disorganloi disorniiWhen i iWhen C Chtn
When htn the cavaJry withdrew withdrewtr I Itry
try tr fired a volley whereupon hp1eupu 1 ionsMrators 1ouussratyrs > 1on <
on onsMrators ouussratyrs turned and fled T Tfantry Tfautry FI FIanti >
fantry anti ralrs Continued outinued to discharge v11 v11into v vint 1 1int
into int tile t retreating retre ling shrieking i itude n 1 1tude 1tiMe
tude Thirtyoie persons wer werand werr werrand kl kland
and many wounded oundt and of tb ii iiit 11it i iIt
it is believed fifteen will 111 die diei dtrShooting dieShooting
i Shooting Unprovoked UnprovokedThe
The shooting is described de19crlbeflbfen is isbeen t3beets
been quite unprovoked It has ha a athe j jthe i ithe + =
the most intense e indignation am anielapses amIaeses amvIses
elapses in Warsaw Many of the thewere th thwere theFwere
were killed or wounded were w rf ° sfc sfcthe sbthe althe
the back showing that they wnv wnvAnother wrning wr4ning >
ning away whale they were stru struAnother struAnother
Another terrWte tern1WetsCmie scetie lte was eno et 1 t i iat 1 1at 1at
at 5 i oclock p p IB at the th < or orHiota WP WPl11ota t tHlota
Hlota and Soswere SosIMKeMreets streets when hpn v r rmen ri rimen t tmen
wall at attrot 1 1trol >
men fired from behind a t ttroi
trot which hich iramniately opened oJf opendthe > nuj or orUte i ithe
the passing crowds cr 1lrds killing r ring rlug I Ijog
jog twenty persons personsFirst peI8OIItIFirst personsFirst
First Bomb Thrown ThrownThe ThrownThe ThrownThe
The first bomb throwing orcurrp orcurrpf36 OUPrJi
f36 1 Ji oclock tonight when H norrh noTrhthrown hon norrhthrown v vthrown
thrown Into a Cossack CO uk patrol near neaiVienna nearyteRna nearVienna
Vienna station Three Cossack a1 ar a 1 1one JOIle Ione
one poticetMOT p lk were killed and an andmen tv t tnteb w wmen
men who were leaving the staff tatf i ithe il ilthe ithe
the time were severely wound wnur1ethe oun 1 l ltbe t tthe
the explosion en of a bomb cossaCk v 1 1infantry 1Infantry IItifantry
infantry fired a number > r of voli vohles o1 = 1 11 11it i iit 1it
it is is reported that many ptrsorts psralrskilled rsong rsongklned vwv1 vwv1killed
killed or wounded Troops surroa surrorI surrorIthe ir l 1 1the 1the
the whole hole neighborhood It has licir licirimpossible iJ i iImpossible = < r rimpossible
impossible up to the present tme tmesecure to tosecure t tsecure
secure accurate information as f t tt ttcasualties U Ucasualties tIcasualties >
casualties in this affair affairFirjed affairFired affairFited
Fired Upon the Crowd
At 10 oclock ocI Kk < p in ii disturbances di turb8nces crojc bokout broke brokeout crojcout >
out at the Zomkowska gate of thE su suburb 51burb siburb ¬
burb of Praga across rrnc8 the Vistula river riverA M IverA Er ErA
A great crowd had assembled a m IM titr titrthreatening tito titothreatening a athreatening
threatening the troops when rnaeara tl9Eastired rnaearaflred rimarsfired
tired UIKMI the crowd and Killed ka1 c C1 C1and cand Jr Jrand
and wounded many others othersIn ol otner3lit Jtr3 Jtr3In
In Jerosoiini Je ini street > t a man fir firri d fato fatopatrol nt ntpatrol mtpatrol >
patrol from the roof of a hous k tAt tutwithout tAtwlthoul ttwithout
without result resultIt
It was reported by telepnot from fromLodK ro ron ronLoda n nLOfk
LodK this afternoon that a crow crdv1 I 1ra 1rahad l trhad > ra rabad
had stoned a military patroi wa n Jrr > rf rrthe jron jronthe n nthe
the soldiers fired and killed two t c rca iicaand rLcnand rcasaid
and wounded a boy A similar itso is < oc occurred 0 0curred orcurred ¬
curred later in Baluki square In L Le Lewhen LcIz LcIzwhemu is iswhen
when two persons were ere killed killedIn killedIn
In Lodx also 150 at 8 oclock tnnislit a abomb 3botnb abomb
bomb was as thrown at a patrol TJ it itwa ttWag ftwas
wa Wag not effective The patrol fin d 1 1to I Ito ito
to the crowd and Killed thr e and andwounded ariwovnded atiwounded
wounded two persons personsA
A student who ho was distributing proc proclamations rc rcJamaUons rClamatlons ¬
lamations in Wolla ol1a a suburb of War Warsaw W Warsaw r rwas ¬
saw was killed tonight by a patrol patrolWoman patrolWoman patolWoman
Woman Slain ain by Patrol PatrolIn
In Nawrot street in Warsaw torr tJ1lt tJ1lta ht hta
a patrol killed a woman womani womanTodays omanTodaYs
i Todays bloodshed ii i L likely ik ly to t tseriously vrr vrrand t 7 7eIiouslyaffect
eIiouslyaffect seriously affect the g gneraI n ra ftJ ftJand stit stitand
and may cause a i itemper geil geaial lal strik striktemper f ftemper
temper of the people is at t vit vitand V lt ir L Land I Iand
and there is mu much < h appieueusi114th dijeueltsiti appieueusi rrJJ rrJJing
ing the 08Sibltt events of May t tnuh t114th >
114th anniversary of the proeiar proeiarof prodlri3tl prodlri3tlof proclarLL1tof
of the Polish constitution t wh wh1 iF u ubances 1 d 1rt2 1rt2bances ot1 ot1bancec
bances and demonstration aiwu aiwucur a1 ahs it l acur 0 0cur
cur curTonight Tonight there is every inlit inlittrouble indi < 1 i itrouble of oftrouble
trouble Alt the ground that ai aigained r rgained
gained l lJed since the disturbances diaturbanctsJanuary disturbancesJanuary > rT rTJanuary
January has now been lost lostOnly iostOnly lostOnly
Only passenger pa n er trains are I IWarsaw fr l lWarsaw t tWarsaw
Warsaw tonight and andthese these ar are er erwith ere erewRh crvwith
with refugees reugeto and manned by b o oof off offof c cof
of the engineering department departmentengine L t tengine tengine
engine drivers firemen and i ihaving 3 3havln 3having
having havln quit work workWarsaw workWarsaw workWarsaw
Warsaw May 1 lt42 1 p m1 m1ported m I Iported L Lported
ported that a bomb bom wag tfcmv tfcmvat tbrvat r rat
at 945 45 oclock tonight tOD t on Mar Marstreet Mrrstreet lil lilstreet
street in a military patrol Tin Tinit TIlit Thit
it is added then fired three roll volltails yolTtaUs > E Etails
tails of the occurrence are nut nuttainable IHttaillabie lit L Ltahuable
tainable taillabieRUMORS tahuableRUMORS tainableRUMORS
RUMORS WERE BASELESS
No Attempt at Rioting at t St StbUfg Petes Petesburg Petcsburg
burg During Easter EasterSt EasterSt
St Petersburg p tersburJ May Mayfrom Iar Iarfrmn 2 2 n r o ofrom
from th tInt exi expected > exted May iay day dayin da 1 1In i iin
in Poland where re revolution n rovoiutknled volutionled ij ijled >
led to sanguinary ngtdfli encounters encounterspolice encotintrpolice s spolice
police and troops in Warsaw Warsavother T ToUter J Jother
other industrial centers porti portiprevailed pert pertprevailed L Lvaned
prevailed vaned yesterday through thlOOghn11t > ut utThere i iThere 1 1Tbere
There was W S no sign even of a agdr astir astir > >
stir up trouble indicating tti t t tlessness I Ilessness 1e
lessness e of rumors I8 that had lx lxrent h hrtllt lsrent
rent for some time of plan planand < If Ifand > f fand
and pillage on the second nd dn 111 t tEaster IEaster tEaster
Easter holidays holidaysAssociated hollclasAssociated holIdaysseoclated
Associated Press eorresp eorrespoJlf1 eorrespoJlf1Xo correspuilMoacow > M MMoscow
Moscow co Odessa sa TCien ICletfhiuetf Mines M in h hhlneK > r rhineff
hineff and other points stif t f fRussians f fRussians tRussIafls
Russians of all polH1c p til l f fit1 fit1themselves itlui th thtbeltIRhfs < t tthemselves
themselves to the customry cu eustomayfestivities tomtt l lfestivities 1festivltift
festivities with apparently no T1 n f fof tot t tof
of disorder > r and in St Peter Pettnb1 Petersiethe ln lnthe < rthe
the industrial n quarter rter whit which whichYWYtily h i ivkwsly n nykusly
vkwsly been throbbing with withfor ith di diror < 1 1tot >
for the duy d Y took on the apptr apptrmerry appcatmerry i ilnerr
merry lnerr making and fl1 feasting feastingGovernor feastinglovernor Ing IngGovernor
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