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t Chicago Team Owners Steering Clear Clearof Clearof Clearof
of Trouble TroubleRAILROADS TroubleRAILROADS
i CHICAGO May Iy 2 2TIte The strike situa situation sIluaJ Ituaj ¬
J CHICAGO L tion in Chicago Msstimed 4md a peculiar peculiaraspect pecvliaralpeet peewflaraspect
aspect today and tonight ten t the in interests Inter interests ¬
terests ter ts which have been opposing oppo inc the thestriking thestrIking thestriking
striking teamsters tealNlt are not as s united unitedas
as heretofore The cause of o this slight slightdissension slightdissen SUgIItdissension
dissension dissen ion is the Team Te m Owners associa association a tOCtation 9OCta 9OCtation ¬
tion which has h contracts with the rail railroads rUroads railI ¬
I roads and many of the large la e firms firmsthroughout ftrlmJthrou flrmthroughout
throughout throu hout the city Ity t to transfer their theirmerchandise tbetrmerdmndl theirIiierchaiidise
merchandise e Until today it was as sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed that the Employers association associationand
and a nd their allies were firmly bound to together tother togethe ¬
gether ther in the fight for supremacy supremacyagainst tiUltrelft suprezncy1gainMt y yagainst
against the teamsters teamstersLeft tt50118tersLeft teamstersLcft
Left in the Lurch LurchThe LurchTh LurchThe
The Th Team Owners association which whichomnleys wR1e1tmple w1iehrnpleys
omnleys mple S nonebut none but union teamsters teamstersflatly temsters11atJiy tetmstersflaU
flaU flatly refused ref1l this afternoon to make makedeliveries nthkedEIiverIe RakedEliverle
deliveries > 8 to any of o the firms now in involved ino1nl inH ¬
H volved in the t strikewhen strike when ordered txi txilo todn thi
i dn < lo no o by the Employers association associationWhen assojatHHLhfn
1 When hfn the employers > rs received1 r Ived this thisultimatum this1JUinu thisUitiiiistun
ultimatum they notified the team own owners onr owner ¬
ers er r that unless they recognized I the re request reust request ¬
quest ust that no discrimination be made madein Idein
4 in deliveries dell rie an effort would be made madeto
to have all existing contracts between betweenthe bctwttthe betweenthe
the team owners and the business businessIn businesSiuses
In iuses OUS us > R and the railroads cancelled The Therailroad Therailroad TheIi
Ii railroad men contrary ntntl to the hopes of ofthe ofthr ofthe
the members of the Employers Employersdation asso association ssolatioji ¬
ciation did not exert the influence on onthe onthe onthe
the team team owners that was expected
Railroads Conservative ConservativeThey ConservativeThey ConservativeThey
They took practically the same Die stand standdeclaring standdflarIn
I dflarIn declaring that the fight was something somethinginto
Ir into which the railroads did not pur purpose purIflse purjwise ¬
pose Iflse to enter that they had contracts contractswith contractsIth
with Ith the team owners that these con contracts contrats contrarts ¬
tracts were at present pr nt being fulfilled fulfilledto
to their entire satisfaction and they theycould the thetould theycould
could see no reason rea t why the railroads railroadsshould railroadshrmld rAiirosdshouid
should be dragged into the struggle struggleThe strug struggleThe le leThe
The Commission Team Owners and andthe andthe andthe
the Lake Transportation TMlns OrtaUon Team Owners Ownersassociations On Ona Ownersasoelatioon
associations a lations have also taken a similar similarFtand stmilarftand aluiilsrstand
Ftand to ti that of the Chicago Team TeamOwners TeamOwners TeamOwners
Owners Association AssociationOne ft88OCiaUOOOne associationOne
One Thousand Extra Police PoliceOne PoliceOne PoliceOne
One thousand men will be added to tothe to1hp tothc
the police force tomorrow and will be beput beIut beput
put Iut on strike duty as rapidly as they theyare theyaTP theyare
are needed Nine hundred of them themwill themWill themw111
will be placed on State street st atone atoneJudge aloneJudge aJoneJudge
Judge C C Kohlsaat of the United UnitedStates UnitedStatES Unitedtate
States tate court at the request of the at attorneys attorneys attorneys ¬
torneys representing seven express expresscompanies exprftllSompanies exprssscompanies
companies today issued a temporary
injunction restraining all n persons from frominterfering frotnjnterferlng frominterfering
interfering with the wagons of the theT thepotitionem
T potitionem 1 titioners or or the men employed upon uponthem uponthen1 uponthem
Savage Fighting FightingThe FightingThe FightingThe
The fighting ft ting today in the t streets ftetg was waseven waseven as asen
even en more fierce and savage than that thatof thatf
f of f yesterday The T striker str1k and their theirsympathisers tIteIrmpathhlel8 tbelrsympathizers
sympathizers attacked the nonunion nonunionjneu nonulion1nen nonualonien
jneu ien at every e opportunity assailing assailing11Hm aaiilngthorn
them with jUt bricks stones clubs knives knivesand krlvetand krlvesand
and any other offensive weapon upon Ulonwhlch uponwliIch
which they could lay their hands The Thelighting The11gl1tfn Thelighting
lighting occurred in the heart of the thebusiness thebusiness thebusiness
business section of the city ity men being beingshot beingshot beingshot
shot down within 3W O feet of the retail retail5tore retailtore retailstore
tore of Marshall Field Co and andclubbed anddubbed andclubbed
clubbed nearly to death at the corner cornerof cornerof cornerof
of the Auditorium hotel in plain plainof view viewof viewof
of hundreds of ladies who were com compelled cornpefled OfI1pPl1ed ¬
pelled to run from the mob to save their theirown theirown
own lives
Work of Hoodlums HoodlumsIn
In many instances Insta meq me walking walkingalong walkingalong walkingalong
along the streets who had no active activeCOnnection actIveconnection
connection whatever with the strike strikefre strikewere
were fre assaulted by hoodlums who wh beat beatthem heatt1hfm beatthem
them first fir t and then later accused them themof themof themof
of being beln strike breakers A notable Ota in instance inlan InMance ¬
stance lan < e of thIs kind was a that of Rev RevW Re ReW Revw
W K i Wheeler pastor of the Ninth NinthPresbyterian NinthPrfSbyterian NinthPresbyterian
Presbyterian church who ho while pass passing past4iJl passlng ¬
ing iJl the corner of Desplaioes and amiAdams andAdams andAdams
Adams street on his way to the t e Penn Pentt8lvania Pennsylvania
sylvania station was attacked attafked by three threemen th th1HI1 threeiicn
men who knocked > d him down and beat beatMm beatJ1im beathitn
Mm unmercifully until the > timelyar timelyarrival tinwlvarrhal timely ar arrival ¬
rival of the police potl < e saved ed him from fromcritical fnnndtical ffl1rltieal
critical < injury Mr Wheeler managed managedto
to hold one of his assailants a ilants until the thepolice Ulfpo1if thepolice
police could arrest him himWilliam himYimam himWilliam
William Miles a colored iored waiter while whileat whileat bile bileat
at work in a lunch room at Adams and andSangamon and8angamon andSangamon
Sangamon streets half a mil from any
former scene of rioting during the thestrike thestrike thestrike
strike was also a victim of tha th strut strBcers strikers struters
ers fury fur although he had had no noonnectlon noconnection
connection whatever with Uh the trouble troubleHe troubleHe troubleTie
He was accused of being beln a strike strikebreaker strikebreaker strikebreaker
breaker was pounded on the bead with witha I Ia
a billy knocked down and trampled mplecl on onMiles onIiles onMiles
Miles Iiles was removed moved to the hospital hospitalwhere hospitalhtre hospitalwhcre
where htre his It
injuries were pronounced se severe Bereo severe
vere reo
One Man Killed KilledAs KilledAs KilledAs
As far as know kno > i but one man was waskilled waski11ed waskilled
killed during the day The list fts of in injured Injured ¬
jured is much greater ter than that tiaft whlck whlckit whkit
t it is ptMsfbie po StbIe to obtain in many rams ramsthe taJIe8the easethe
the nonunion n men swung their clubs clubswith clubswith clubsvith
with great effect knocking men from fromtheir fromtheir fromtheir
their wagons headlong into the street streetin streetI streetIn drtth I
in other instances when asmHed L < Hed by bymobs bymo byiob
mobs mo iob they fired point blank into the thecrowds thecrowds thecrowds
crowds and it is difficult to see bow bowthe 110 110the howthe
the members of the mob mo could escape escapemany e cape capeUan capmany
many Uan broken heads or bow the bullets bulletsfired bulletsfired
fired should have prone go wild wildDead wildDead wildDead
Dead DeadCharie DeadCharles I ICharles
Charles Beard struck on n the tore torencad tenhad SOrebead
had In the light ht near the tb Anditortatn Anditortatnhotel Audit AUdIIOrIRIhtei orhun
hotel He died of a fractured sire Int ku1 at atthe atthe atthe I
the 1letT Merry hospital where he JIa had I been beentaken Iteentaken beentaken
The Injured InjuredBruno InjuredBrn InjuredBruno
Bruno Brn Geromln New York Y rk City ctt head headcut headcut headcut
cut cutrhxrkw harks < < I tr1ft4 Moody beaten teft on onlbe onlbeit the head headTith
Tith 1 it h canes by strWwtw strWwtwJoint 1ItJ1Ir1t strlktttsk4rn
Joint Blum Bl1I nonunion ROD nkm driver struck struckin ct k
in the side with a brick rick one rib bro broken Itrokfl bro3itn ¬ I
ken kenWilliam
William Miles 1Ies colored waiter head headcut headcut headcut
cut with billy and trampled on onPolice onPollee onPolIce
Police Setgeiuit Se Barren t brown from frompatrol frompatrol
patrol 8 t rol wsgow wA 4 while lUte responding respotMt to riot riotcall rl riotcall t ta
call a 11 Jog badly My wrenchd wrenchdMartin wnochdMArtin wronehdMartin
Martin Garray nonunion man tapd tapdbadly itetIdbad hd hdbadly
badly bad cut by billies in the hasdc aaqo handaoStrikers aaqo5t of ofstrikers
strikers strikersW 5t rikers
W v N Brown nonunion Df > teamster teamsterstruck teantSterst teamsterstruck
struck st ruck by a bucket of cement Cf > tuent thrown thrownfrom thrownfmnt thrownfroni
from the twelfth story of building at atAdams atAdams atqP
qP Adams and State streets leg broken brokenPoliceman
i f
Policeman Edward Campion Cam Jon struck struckon
on head with Ith a brick k severely verely cut cutRev cutRev cutRev
Rev W K Wheeler beaten by bYstrU bYstrUCIti strik strikers striken4 ¬
ers face fa e and head cut cutHenry cutHeno cutHenry
Henry Shultz Mot in left side by bynonunion bynonunion byronunIon
nonunion teamster not srtous srtousDaniel srlousDanIel srIouDaniel
Daniel Cohen nonunion man struck struckon
on head with Ith a club clubWilliam clubVllIi clubt
t William VllIi m Burke right hand lacerated laceratedby laceratedbyabrick
by byabrick byabrickWilliam a brick brickWilliam brickViUlam
William Hill head and left 8houlc1 8houlc1cul alwuIdcut shoulder shouldercut
cut by stone stoneA slaMeaA
A I B S Smith nonuaioH IMKB J Jcut Lace Lacecut ee eecut
cut with ft aCo 8 flt lMte lMteContinuedon e eContinued
Continued Co tinucd on Page 2 2J
Revolting Cruelty Practiced P ctioed Upon Uponthe UponI Uponthe Uponthe
the Polish People PeopleCUT Peop1eCUT Peole PeoleCUT
A I AR ARSAW nv May Iay 2 811 ll p m mrhC mrhCMay mlievv The TheMay
WARSAW W vv May day death roll I totaled sixty sixtytwo slx slxt sIxQ7two
two t wo including ncludtr ten persons petOJ who whodl whodied Ito Itodied
dl died d in I the hospitals pttaIs during the night nightProbably laishtptIY nightPrUb4y
Probably 3M Si were wounded woundedCrowds wlthlCrowds nei neiCrowds
Crowds gathered thered at the tl Tenth T tth dis district district district ¬
trict police station this mornlns where wherethirty wherethirty wherethirty
thirty victims men and women and andthree andthree andthree
three children were awaiting Identifica Identification IdcnUtieatlon ldeutitietlion ¬
lion tionSome tlonSoIftec lionSowie
Some minor disturbances occurred occurredtoday occurredtCMhly occurredtoday
today in different sections 1Oft5 of the city citybut cflybut citybut
but no casualties cti 1lalties have yet et been re renorted retOrted reported
Soldiers Were Nervous NervousAM NervousAn
AM day long infantry and cavalry cavalrypatrolled caVAlryMItroUed cavalrypetrolled
patrolled the streets which whi were werecrowded werecrowded werecrowded
crowded with people who did not spare sparetheir gpllretheir sparetheir
their criticism of what was generally generallytermed generall3ctt generallytermed
termed tt > nnfd unnecessary umU > fSSary slaughter allght > r The Thepopular Thepopular Thepopular
popular irritation could not n t be con concealed Conc concealed ¬
cealed c The soldiers die evidently videntl r were werenervous wereeivOUK werenervous
nervous eivOUK and open outbreaks resulting resultingin ulting ultingIn
in a repetition r of yesterdays yesterda s terrible terriblescenes tErriblaeenes terriblescenes
scenes were only averted by the evident evidentdesire eidentdesire evidentdesire
desire of the authorities to prevent pr vent a aclash adash aclash
clash coupled with Ith the tb fear inspired inspiredby
by the soldiers dJen bullet < 4 The population populationis
is most bitter against the miiftary milttal and andthe andthe
the government officials expect many manyattempts man manaUtompt manyattempts
attempts at revenge upon the officers officerscommanding officerslOmrnandlng officerscommanding
commanding the troops all of whom whomare whomAre whomare
are known
Polish Press Silent SilentThe SilentThe SilentThe
The Polish press is silent on the sub subiect subject subJect
ject of yesterdays happenings The Theofficial Theqftlctal Theolhcial
official Russian Ih an pager pa > > er prints a short and andentirely andenUrel andentirely
entirely enUrel Inaccurate report The gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor general of Warsaw is said to be begreatly berMtly beireat1y
greatly upset by the turn of affairs affairsThe affairsThe affairsThe
The nationalists have arranged the theusual theusual theusual
usual demonstrations demonstrat iOftS for tomorrow tomorrowthe t tomorrowthe morro morrothe
the 114th anniversary of the proclama proclamation ¬
tion of the Polish constitution and dis disturbances dlsturbancs distnrbences ¬
turbances are highly probable The Theworkmen Theworkmen Theworkmen
workmen are in an ugly u ly and uncertain uncertainmood uncertainmood uncertainmood
mood The workmen in all the fac factories factories factories ¬
tories struck today and great efforts effortsare effortsare effortsare
are being beih made to bring brlnt about a gen general general geitoral ¬
eral strike but this is not likely Jikel to be besuccessful besuccessful besuccessful
successful The people have Ita ve not yet yetrecovered yetrecovered ret retTfered
recovered from the exhaustion and andlosses andlosses andlosses
losses resulting from the th last strike strikeConflicting striker strikeConflicting
Conflicting Reports ReportsReports ReportsHeport ReportsI
r I Reports conflict regarding the begin beginning beginning beginfling ¬
ning of 0 yesterdays eneounter in inJerusalem inJerusaJem inJerusalem
Jerusalem street st According to the themost themost themosi
most generally entlJy accepted aCept l version er ion Qie Qieauthortties he heauthorities heauthorities
authorities had forbidden workmen workmenmarching workmenIhaJthtftr workmenmarching
marching in procession eseioft to carry red redflags redfla redflags
flags fla s but t the workmen decided to toignore toignore toignore
ignore the order When the t th procession processionreached processionreehed
reached Jerusalem street the police policeordered policeord polleeordered I
ordered ord ltd the workmen to stop but they theyrefused th theyrefused y
refused refu ed to do so Sf and a police oMcer ofllcerthereupon oMcerUaereu oMcerthereupon 1
thereupon Uaereu pot I fired a revolver c giving a asignal 8al aaiual
signal al for the intantry to fire It ap app 1 1that Ipear
pear p ar that in other cases NL < 1IIP8 the demon demonstrators demonstrators ¬
strators were the aggressors but that thathi thathi
hi this instance the soldiers fired first firstWorkmen firstWorkmen firstWorkmen
j I Workmen Exasperated ExasperatedTh ExasperatedTb4
Th Tj industrial Jndu trlal population are deeply deeplyexasperated deeplyexasperated I It
exasperated t > over the sanguinary re results resuhts ¬ I Isui
sults sui of yesterdays ye t < trdaYM encounters The Thestrikes Thestrikes I
strikes inaugurated on a large scale scalehere sc scalehere le lehere
here t Lodz and other cities are arerapidly arerapidly arerapidly
rapidly spreading and 7563 75 persons personsare personsare personsare
are out on strike in Lodz Cossacks Cossacksare CO 5Kcks 5KcksAre
are patrolling tromn the streets of Warsaw Warsawby Warsawby Yarsa Yarsaby
by companies OtU a ies on account of the danger dangerto
to smaller detachments detachmentsA
A great reat crowd which hich gathered today todaythe todayIn
In front of the JOIice station to which whichthe rhichthe
the corpses of those killed on Monday Mondayhad Mondayhad ondayhad
had been taken and demanded the thebodies thebodies
bodies of their dead was dispersed by byCossacks bJI byCossacks
Cossacks CossacksI CossacksAccording
I According Ar < Ordhag to an official statement the thedead thedead
dead not Includtll those tho I IOUIl
including e of the thej theWounded
j Wounded OUIl td who died in hospitals num numbered numred numbred
bred red thirtyone The majority of the thedead
j dead d were wereworkln1 working people peopleIn
In Lodz according a < < eonliOl to an It official re relJOrt rePort
Port four women were killed killedi killedBLOODHSED killedBLOODHSED killedBL000HSED
Authorities Prepared Prepat d for f r Uprising in inPoland inPol inPoland
Poland PolandSL Pol nd ndSL
SL Petersburg Petersbu May Iay 2 Bad as was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the rioting at Warsaw Varga Lodz Kalisz Kaliszand KaUszand Kahissand
and other places in Poland yesterday yesterdayand yesterdayand
and venomous Aswas aswas the hostility bo tility dis displayed displayed displayed ¬
played against a ai the police and the Rus Russian RussiAn flussian ¬ I
sian authorities the uprising was far farless farless farless
less formidable and the results less lessbloody le lessbloody s j
bloody than anticipated The authorlties I
ties had given due warning of their in intention intention ¬
tention to permit no demonstrations demonstrationsand
and the troops quelled the disturbance disturbanceruthlessly disturbanceruthlessly disturbanceruthlessly
ruthlessly All reports however indi indicate indicate mdicate ¬
cate that the denjonrtrators were com comparatively comI cornpuTatively ¬
paratively few in number the vast bulk bulkof bulkof
of th the population fearing trouble re reuiined I IIndoors
uiaiaed indoors Where trouble oc occurred octizrred ¬
curred the crowds were ere armed with withbombs withbombs
bombs and revolvers In Warsaw 8rsaw a ared aTed
red fla flag procession was dispersed by
two vcIleytV clley1 Cossack and Uhlans thenchatgi1W then thencharging thenchafghg j
charging and cutting down the people peoplein
in the Streets driving them inte court courtyards I Iyardsand Inrds
yardsand yards aDd beatintbem beating them with sabresj sabres sabresand i
and whips in the cruel fashion peculiar peculiarto
to these wild horsemen of the theAbout steppe steppeAbout steppesAbout I
About a hundred persons pe fUJ were killed killedor kUl kUlor
or seriously wounded according to the thereports thereports thereports
reports women and cVen ren children sharI shar
log the fate of the th men menWorkmen incaWorkmen
Workmen Ua Used d I IAt
= Bombs BombsAt j jAt
At Lodx workmen attacked the p policewith police lke I Iwitb f fwiUa
with bombs and were were charged by drag dragoons dragDons I
Dons 000 and Uhlans who cut off the bomb bombthrowers bombthrowers
throwers drove them th rn into a house sur surrounded mzrrounded ar arrounded ¬ I
rounded it and then fired red upon tlux tluxinside thotInside I IilUride
inside killing three thr e persons per ons and wound woundIng woundI I
lug many manyAccording nianyAccordbig
According AtCO to t tho U < < > report which hv hvreached have havereached vf vfSt > I
reached St Petersburg Penbur from rein Xali Kaltax the I Iper IiTkit Iorkrnen
orkrnen iTkit there for J tim time had the UP UP1JeT upIT
per band nd of the police poli and gendarmerie gendarmeriedisarming gendanuerdt gendarmeriedisarming
dt disarming annbtg and stoning Monln them unH rca resctwd resI resIcued rcacued
cued by a < < yquatfron rf cavalry The Theearly Thffarly Theearly
early morning mornin < < reports today ray fI3 the thePolish thePol thePiohilli
Polish Pol press Is li intensely excited by yes yestertlays 7fS 7fSteftlaJs yesteedayn
tertlays bloodshed and it is feared the thetrouble thetrouhIe thetruble
trouble will be renewed renewedThe renewedThe renewedThe
The only oal place in European Rus RUSPII Ruseitwhere RUSPIIwhere l l1FJaen
where trouble occurred yesterday ye ten fty was A8 at atMinsk AtMinsk atMinak
Minsk which hich strictly speaking belongs belongsto b IoSS IoSSto
to Poland There also aJ8 the reports ports re received releI1ed reielved ¬
ceived her M here say was bombthrowing bombthrowingand
and firing ftrtn upon omacks and patrols patrolsfrom Pilrolsfrom patrolsfrom
from windows but the fatalities were werefew werefew ere erefew
Revolting Cruelty CrueltySupplementary CrueltySup CrueltySupplementary
Supplementary Sup lbentary reports of the rioting riotingyesterday riotingy riotingyesterday
yesterday y terda just received confirm the theearlier theearlier theearlier
earlier Warsaw Vars Varsa 9 advices ad vices of the th revolt revolthip revoltInf revolth
hip h > cruelty of the Cossacks and other othertroops othertroops othertroops
troops People were driven into court courtyards rourtYArds courtyards
yards and beaten with the butts of ofrifle ofr1fletJ ofrUleb
rifle s some mr of them into insensibility
The limbs of some of the victims were werebroken werebr werebrekea
broken br kea The bomb thrown into a Cos Cossack Cossack Cossack
sack patrol near the Vienna station taUOI taUOI8truk
Warsaw struck the head of f i Cossacks Cossackshorse Cossackslitase
horse 11 < < 5e literally blowing the horse and andri andrltlllr andri1er
ri rltlllr < lr to atoms a and killing two Cos Cossacks CosSlIcks Cossacks ¬
sacks and two women In Zombakoff
Day of His Usefulness As President of the Equitable Is IsOver IsOverFrick IsOverFrick
Over OverFrick OverFrick Frick Committee Trying to End the theEntire
S Entire Controversy S
1EW EW YORK May 2 2The The Evening EveningWorld EveningI
NEW I 1 World reports that the Frick Fri Frrck k in investigating investigating ¬
vestigating committee summoned summonedJames summonedJumes summonedJames
James Alexander before it today and andasked andasked andasked
asked him to resign his place as presi president president president ¬
dent of the Equitable Eq ltable Life Assurance Assurancesociety Assurancesociety Assurancesociety
society According Accordln to the Evening EveningWorld Eveningodd EveningWorld
World odd Mr 11 Frick said that although althoughhe
he could not promise prom fie it for a certainty certaintyhe
he would try to get Mr Hyde to retire retiretemporarily retiretemporarily retiretemporarily
temporarily any way wa if Mr Alexander Alexanderwould Alexander Alexanderwouici 2Uexanderwould
would resign resignThe resilnThe S SThe
The Evening World says saysMr saysMr
Mr Frick did not criticise Mr MrAlexanders MrAlexanders 11 11AI
Alexanders AI xan rs administration of the of office ofAce oflice ¬
Ace he has held so long but said it itmust itmust I
must be obvious that bin hisperiod period of use usefulness ¬ I
fulness fulnesswa8 was over and nothing but his hisretirement hisretbrmnnt I Iretlretntnt
retirement would accomplish what the thecommittee theeommittee thecommittee
committee is striving for the end of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the entire controversy Mr lr Alexander Alexanderwas
was as also al asked to use his Itl influence with withSecond withSecond withSecond
Second Vice V President Pre ldeht Tarbell to get gethim iet iethim et ethim
him to resign too Mr Alexander was wasvery wasvery wasvery
very much affected It but declined to toresign toresign toresign
resign then He told the committee he hewould bewould hewould
would think the matter over overThe overThe overThe
The Evening World also announces
that Mr r Hyde H de is about to bring suit
for the removal of Mr Alexander from
his position as one of the trustees of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Hyde holdings of stock in the
Story Denied DeniedXew DeniedNew DeniedNew
New York May Iay 2 2Concerning Concerning the thereport thereport thereport
report that President Alexander Ale ander had
been requested requ < ste < l to o resign Mr Alexander
said through his secretary that the theFrick th thFrick theFrick
Frick committee had never made ma e any anysuggestion Itn ItnSUggestiON anysuggestion
suggestion to Mrr r Alexawderand Alexaooer oo that thathe thathe
he has no itentRm teotiou whatever of re resigning resigning resigning ¬
signing I
Application Denied DeniedNew DeniedNew DeniedNew
New York May 2 2Judge Judge Bischoff B CItofr in inthe iftUte iathe
the supreme court today declined to togrant t tgrant togrant
grant the application of Herbert G GTull GTun 0Tull
Tull a Philadelphia policy holder of ofthe ufthe H Hthe
the Equitable Life Assurance com company tompan3 coinpany ¬
pany for the t e permission to examine of officers officers ofIlcers ¬
ficers of the society before trial of a asuit asuit asuit
suit begun by him The officers o icer he hewished hewIshed hewished
wished to reach are President > > t Alex Alexander Alexander Alexnuder ¬
ander First Fir t Vice Vi < e President P dfnt Hyde and andSecond andSecond
Second Vice President Pret deht Tarbell T rbfll The TheapplicaU0w Theappllcutln
applicaU0w ItR was W5 np4e fldC e to allow TuU Tullto TuUto
to amend nls complaint In a suit suRbrought suitbrought uft
brought against the he Equitable Life As Assurance Assuranee s ssurance ¬
surance society to determine the rights rightsof
of the policy holders holdersJustice holdersJustice I IJustice
Justice Bishoff refused reu l to sign sib the theorder theorder I Iorder
order asked for on the t e ground that thatnotice thfltnotice thatnotice
notice should be given ivcn of the applica application alwli a alion ¬
Out of Court in Wisconsin WisconsinMadison WisconsinIadison WisconsinMadison
Madison Win is May JR 2 arhe The state statesupreme statesupreme statesupreme
supreme supreme court today denied a re rehearing rehe8ring rehearing ¬
hearing in the case of State Insurance InsuranceCommissioner JnsunmceCommissioner nsurance nsuranceCommissioner
Commissioner Host against the Equit Equitable Equitable ¬
able Life Assurance society societ Host Hostsought Hostsought I I
sought some time ago to t compel the theEquitable theEquitable theEquitable
Equitable to distribute several millions millionsof
of its surplus funds among its Itpolicy policy
holders in Wisconsin and the court de decided decided decideci ¬
cided adversely ad adverselyThe rseh rsehThE
The denial of f a rehearing ends the theciise thease thesac
sac in Wisconsin
OverConfidence In His Ability As a Financier Caused His HisDownfall HisDownfallFirst HisDownfallFirst
I Downfall DownfallFirst First National Affairs In Remark Remarkable ¬ S SS
S able Tangle S
RILWAUKEE ILWAUKEE May fay 2 The first au authentic authentic auLVI
M1LYAUKEE LVI thentic statement in regard to the thecause thecause thecause
cause of the downfall of Frank FrankG
G Bigetow the defaulting bank presi president president president ¬
dent was made today by an intimate intimatefriend Intimatefriend intimatefriend
friend of the former banker In brief briefBigelows briefBigelos
Bigelows friend attributes the dis disaster disaster dieaster ¬
aster to over confidence in his business businessability businessability businessability
ability whiclt which the he banker did not pos possess possess ¬
sess Bigelew Bi ei9w his friend states denies deniesemphatically deniesempbaticaJly deniesemphaUcally
emphatically that he lost Io t the money moneyin
in wheat teat deals dealsIf dealsIf
If you were to ask him how ho the themoney theJnO themoney
money JnO ey was as spent he would be unable unableto
to tell you said Mr Bigetowg friend
His affairs are in a remarkable tangle tangleTo tungleTo tangleTo
To my mind there is no reason to be ¬
lieve that th the defalcation dates back backmore bACkmore backmore
more than comparatively a few f years yearsBankers yeerBankers rs rsBankers
Bankers Were Careless CarelessAs CarelessUAsto
UAsto As to his alleged defalcation from fromother fremother fromother
other banks isnt it a bankers busi business business budness ¬
ness to see that i it It te secured Looking Lookingat
at it from a purey business stand standpoint standpoint standpoint ¬
point it i is impoasTaie im iJIe to steal from a
bank if tfee business bu i of the bank is isstreet isreet isstreet
street reet hussars fired t to o volleys inte the thecrowd thelrod thecrowd
crowd crowdAt lrodA
5 5At
At A t Lodx a woman looking out of a awindow awindow awindow
window was shot by a Cossack CossackPeople CossackPeople ck ckPeoole
People preatly Excited ExcitedWhile Excitedt ExcitedWhile
While there were practically prad ly no dis disturbances dtstur d dturhances ¬
turbances tur atlCE8 in the Jewish cities on the theborder theborder theborder
border of southwestern tlthwe tena Russia die dispatches dhlcltes diepatches ¬
patches lcltes tIlls morning morn InS state that t at the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people are ar in a state 9ta of excitement excitementThe extJtemputThe exeltementThe
The streets streetsre ar cue tilled with moving pa patrbte pHtro patiils
trbte trbteThe tro S SThe
The mill owners Jit t Byetostak B eIostok south southwestern southwesttm southwestern ¬
western Russia fled led in fedr edt of their theirlives theirlives theirlives
lives livesThe livesThe livesThe
The situation is especially strained at atBorIsoff atBorisoff
Borisoff and Gomel southwestern Rus RusPOLICE Rueda I Ia ICD
da daPOLICE a
Portland Ore May 2 2The The prisoner prisonerG
G H TTanlon one of the three men menwho menwh menwhe
who wh robbed the Portland Hotel Rath Rathkiller Rathkiller Bathkiller
killer is believed by the police to be beHerman beHerman beHerman
Herman DeSohm said to be wanted in inconnection Inconnection inconnection
connection wIth the recept robbery of a aIMS aLos a aLos
Los Angeles hotel holeloC of 5900 5900William 900 900mam 900VIlhlarn
William mam Barrett arrested under the thename theDOme thename
name of William Kane is thought to tobe tobe o obe
be the man who attempted to tosteala steal a aJ10QOO ainooo
J10QOO 10000 bag ba of gold from a Sap ap Fran FranCisco Franctsco Francisco
Cisco bank in September last IB t
safeguarded For Instance one com company coinpuny ¬
pany in St Louis loaned MR r Bigelow BigelowOOOO BigelowGo00
I 550000 OOOO Bigelow gave as security stock stockin
in the First National bank worth h much muchniore muchmore I
I more There is no reason to suppose supposethat supposethat supposethat I
that he meant to defraud the St Louis LouisI
I i institution There was nothing about abouthim aboutI
I him to indicate that he did He paid paidthe p id idthe
I I the interest regularly and as a matter matterof matterof
of fact did not intend inte nd to be dishonest dishonestHe I
I He Ie thought he was a financier financierKept financierKept i iKept
Kept No Books BooksHe BooksHe 1 1He
He kept no books and for odds and andends andl andlends andIends
ends of all sorts he had hl his mind only onlyas I Ias
as 8 their depositories i am sure sureL sureLdont I Idont Idont
dont know whether It indicates indicatesinental indicatesinentalweakness mental mentalAveakness m ntal ntalwtakn
weakness wtakn Ss on his part I can n but repeat repe repeathe t the
he supposed he was a greater business businessman businessman businessman
man than he was wasJust wasuJust wasJust
Just when hen Mr Bigelow began to
take the banks funds is a matter I am amunable amunable am5S
S unable to determine from anything he hesuys hesays I
BUYS When an examination of the I Ibank
bank was made last January nothing I Ivas
was disclosed For all I know it did didnot didnot 1 1not
not begin until after that time There Therewas Theresas 1 1WlLS
was an absolute lack of system sygl m about aboutanything aboutanything i
anything he did so far ar as his h own af ¬
fairs were concerned concernedHATFIELD ronc conernedI rned I
California Califorriia Rainmaker Will Get GetHis GetHis GetHis
His 1000 1OOOLos 1000Los 1000S
S Los Angeles CaU Cal si May 2 2Charles 2CharlesHatfield Charles CharlesHntfield ChorlesHn
Hntfield Hn eld a rainmaker who has been beenworking b beenworking u uworking
working since Dec 15 last to sreduce sreduceeighteen nreducecigliteeji Jreduleeighteen
eighteen inches of rain for southern southernCalifornia souUt southrnCalifornia rn rnCllUfornia
California by May 1 on a pledge of a anumber IInUmber anbmber
number of Los Angeles merchants to topay topay topay
pay him SlCOO 14O0 if he succeeded has com completed completed completed ¬
pleted his demonstration and today was waspaid wuspaid waspaid
paid a large proportion pro > ortion of the sum sumpromised sumpromised sumpromised
promised The Th remainder of the theamount theamount theamount
amount guaranteed him will be paid paidshortly paidshortly I
shortly it Is said id The fall of rain in i
Los Angeles during the season ending I IMay
May 1 has been 1896 Inches which hi h far farexceeds farxceeds farexceeds
exceeds < the fall all of last season and is isabove isabove isabove
above the normal annual precipitation
for this section sectionHatfield sectionHatfield sectionHatfield
Hatfield established his rainmak uI1llnmaking rainmaking rainmalting ¬
ing plant in Altadena in the foothills foothillsof
of the mountains some twenty miles
from Los Angeles on Dec 15 and the theamount theamount theamount I
amount of rainfall from that date In Inthe inthe
the Immediate locality of his plant has hasIJcen hasbeen
been 2649 Inches Hatfields method
is a generation of gas and discharged
Into the atmosphere atm sphere from a chimney
which has the result he claims of at ¬
tracting tractiTi forces of o nature which compels compelsmoisture compelsnioleture
moisture to form and be precipitated
in theshape of rain
IN THE DESERT DESERTPassengers DESERTPassengers DESERTPassengers
Passengers Exchanged Greetings as asThey asThey asS asThey
S They Rolled Along AlongFIRST AiongFIRST
S Special al to The T Herald HaraldO HeraldS
V S N BOARD first east bound train trainSalt trainSalt
Salt Lake route Caliente Ncr NevM NcrMay ev
M May hl y 2 The two initial trains of ofue ofthe
ue San Lake route have made a meet
hag iu the desert and the last mile of oftrack oftrack t ttrade
track between Salt S 1t Lake and the thesouthwestern thesouthestern thesouthwestern
southwestern seaboard has been form formally formany formally ¬
ally opened to the public At 23S U Z p m mthis mthis inthis
this last event took place well down downamong downamong downamong
among the rolling foothills which whichfringe whichfrln whichfringe
fringe frln e the Nevada Nf > ada desert below Moapa Moapawhere 1IORpawhere Mospawhere
where a sign board against a telegraph telegraphpole ttlebOlphpole triegraphpole
pole told the story stor of location at the thestation thestat thestation
station stat on called Byron and the distance distance4l
401 miles from Salt Lake The east eastand eastand eastand
and west bound trains exchanged exchangedgreetings exchangedJreeUns exchangedgreetings
greetings as the west W Bt hound tram took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the passing pa sing track for the meeting The Theeast Theeast
east bound train has from the exces excessive excessive excessive ¬
sive wfight of its equipment met metwith metwith metwith
with a two hours delay dela in the heavy heavyclimb heavyclimb heavyclimb
climb over the Cajon ass a but Its op opposite oppoKite oppoidte ¬
posite from Salt Lake made the meet meetIng meetIn meetIng
Ing In < point on time to the minte minteContinuous mlnnteContinuous mimteContinuous
Continuous Welcome WelcomeThe WelcomeThe WelcomeThe
The progress of the east bound train trainhad trainhad trainhad
had been a continual series s > ries of glad wel welcomings welcomings
comings even at Daggett and Otis Otiswhich Otiswhich Otlwhich
which points were not reached until untillong untiilong untillong
long past midnight What seemed to tob tob
b 1 the entire population of these des desert desert desert ¬
ert towns was present to welcome the theinitial theinitial theinitial
initial train and speed it on its way waywith waywith waywith
with u noisy adieu adieuHere adIeuHere adieuHere
Here and there at the now sparsely sparselypopulated sparselypopulated sparselypopulated
populated construction camps bronze bronzefaced bronzefaced bronzefaced
faced Greeks Gr eks or diminutive Japs lined linedup linedup linedup
up to wave their hats and send a cheer cheerafter cheerafter cheerafter
after the line of coaches and Pullmans Pullmansthat Pullmansthat
that was being whirled over the grade gradein gradeinwhieh
in inwhieh which their hands had h ad so long lon been beenbuss be beenbusy n nbuS
buss buS r in building buildingA
A lengthystop lengthy stop at Las Vegas gave gavethe gavethe gavethe
the passengers a peep at this typical typicaloutpost typicaloutpost
outpost of the frontier its rag houses housesand housesfU1d housesand
and other types of temporary struc structures structures struetures ¬
tures being a newsight ne sight to many of ofthese ofthEse ofth
these th se overland travelers travelersLost travelersLost travelersLost
Lost Time ime Made Up UpOver UpOer UpOver
Over the divide between Las Vegas Vegasand Ve Vegasand as asand
and down to the meeting point in the thevalley thevalley thevalley
valley of the Muddy some of the lost
time was gained as the train rolled rolledsmoothly rolledsmoothly rolledsmoothly
smoothly over the new ne construction
Once in a while a six or eight horse or e
freighter toiling along the old trail trailgave trailgave
gave ve opportunity for comparison be ¬
tween the present prkent time and those days dayswhen dayswhen dayswhen
when the sandburied pathway was 8S the theonly theonly theonly
only connecting link between Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand
and s9uthern California Entering the thelIead6w
Meadow Valley wash under which title
is known that long ong pass through the themountains
mountains of southern Nevada the theeastbound theeastbound
eastbound train winds its way Wa through througha
a stretch of ever varying scenery This Thisportion
portion of the line has impressed the thepassengers thepassengers
passengers with its beauty
The dull gray colorings of Palisade Palisadecanyon Palisadecanyon Palisadecanyon
canyon have given brilliant hues which
tine the straUs of the Rainbow can canyon canyon an ¬
yon Everywhere there is a constant constantshift constantshift
shift and change of color which gives givesthe gIvesthe ives
the Salt Lake route a place among the thescenic thecenlc thescenic
scenic lines of the west westGrim We8tGrim westGrim
Grim Reminders RemindersAt
At many points along alon the th way this thisnarrow th thnarrow thisnarrow
narrow defile still tm retains portions of ofthe cfthe ofthe
the abandoned grades grim mementos mementosof me ntS ntSof
of that great C8t battle for the possession DOSSes Iossesslonof possessionof on onof
of this right of way wa which marked
the early days of tile Salt Lake route
before peace came to the warring warrfn fac factions fACtions factimis
tions and rendered the present opening
of the > line a possibility
Caiiente was reached at 610 p m mwhere mwhere inwhere
where the people although they th y had hadtoday hadtoda hadtoday
today toda already welcomed one initial initialtrain initiAltraIn Initialtrain
train were out in numbers to greet the thepasssngerg thepassengeJ1 thepassengers
passsngerg from the Land of Sun Sunslime
shine From here the rest is easy easyand eAsyand
and the run home to Utahs capital capitalwill capitalwill capitalwill
will bnrripg mishaps be made in such suchtime suchtime suchtimeas
time timeas as to send the thetrain train into Its ter terminal terminal terminal ¬
minal station close to its scheduled scheduledtime scheduledtime scheduledtime
time timeSITE timeSITE
Specal to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoise HeraldBoIse
Boise Ida May 2 2The The capitol build building buildlug ¬ I Ilog
log commission commis ion tonight selected the pres present present prescut ¬
ent site for the now building The Cen Central Centmlschool Central ¬
tral tmlschool school block adjoining will be add added nddcd added ¬
ed the th board having agreed to sell it itfor itfor itfor
for 25000less 25000 les than half its value ynl yalue e This Thisgive Thisghu Thisglve
give ghu a frontage on Jefferson street of ofWO
WO 6 O feet eel and a depth of 2 61 feet
Methodists Purchase Corner of Sec Second Seeond ¬
t tond
ond East and Second South SouthBUILDING SouthBUilDING SouthBUILDINGTO
T HE s new ne First1Ie First Methodist thodiEt church will willbe willbe
THE 1 be located on the southeast southeastcorner southeastcorner
5 corner of Second East and andSecond andSecond andSecond
Second South S < ulh streets streetS with the themain theJftKlu themsin
main front to the north The Theboard TheboRed Theboard
board of trustees closed a deal yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day by b which the Jot just ju t opposite op OSite the theold theold theold
old Presbyterian church to the south southwas southwag southwas
was purchased pureha from Thomas Weir for fora
a sum approximating 15000 The lot lothas lotINt8 loths
has a frontage of 82 12 fet on Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street and a frontage of 142 feet feeton feetoil
on Second East EastWork EastVork EastWork
Work on the new church will begin beginat
at once Rev Benjamin Young who wholias wholias whohas
lias been working like a Trojan to get getthe getthe getthe
the financial affairs of the church churchstraightenedout churchstrHightened churchstraightened
straightenedout straightened out with the old church churchproperty churchfropert churchproperty
property disposed of and the congre congregation congregation congregation ¬
gation at home in a new church build building build building buildbig ¬
ing said last evening that he expected expecteddirt
dirt to fly f1 in a few days The congre congregation congregation congregation ¬
gation can < 8n remain in the old church churchhome churchhome churchhome
home for three months and perhaps six sixAfter si siAftrr sixAfter
After that time and until the new newchurch ncwrhurh newchurch
church building is completed quarters quarterswill quarterswill quarterswill
will be rented rentedWill rentedWill rentedWill
Will Build Fine Edifice EdificeThe EdificeThe EdificeThe
The new church will cost S70000 OOOO The Thecongregation Thecongregation Thecongregation
congregation will have that t at much muchmoney muchmoney muchmoney
money available out of the sale of the theold theold theold
old church property It is the inten intention intention ititention ¬
tion of the trustees to erect a fine house houseof houseof houseof
of worship It will cover the entire entireground entireground entireground
ground purchased and will be thorough thoroughly ¬
ly modern in every way Advantage Advantagewill
will be taken of the wonderful advance advancethat advancethat advancethat
that has been made in the matter of ofchurch ofrhurch ofchurch
church architecture in recent years yearsand yearsand yearsand
and nothing will be omitted that will willtend wilttend willtend
tend to the comfort and pleasure of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the members of this congregation congregationA
A building committee will be appoint appointed ¬
ed by Dr Young in a day da or two the thewholo thewhole thewhole
whole matter will be placed in the thehands thehands thehaitds
hands of this committee and every eer ef effort effort cifort ¬
fort will be put forth to have the new newhome newhome newhome
home ready for the congregation at the theearliest theearliest theearliest
earliest possible time The auditorium auditoriumit
it is claimed will be the finest in the thEcit3o thecity
Wish Downtown Church ChurchThe ChurchThe ChurchThe
The Methodist have reached the con conclusion conclusion conelusion ¬
clusion that there should be one down downtown downtown downtown ¬
town church and this is the reason reasonthey reasonthey reasonthey
they did not go outfarther out farther in the se selection selection Celeetlon ¬
lection of a site for the new church churchThey churchThe churchThey
They The argue that people JJC plf passing through throughthe
the city and stopping at the hotels hotelsshould botelsshould hotelsshould
should have an opportunity opportun t of attend attending attendIng attending ¬
ing church without going to far away awayfrom awa awafrom awayfrom
from their hotels The members of ofthe orthp ofthe
the congregation arc highly pleased pleasedover plfasedover pleasedover
over the selection made and consider considerable considerable considerable ¬
able enthusiasm has been manifested manifestedWilliam manifestedWilliam
William C Johnston J hnston the prominent prominentDenver premi prominentDenver ent
Denver business man who purchased purchasedthe
the Aztec property on First South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street last week won for himself a awarm awarm awarm
warm place pI are in the estimation of local localMethodists localMethodists localMethodists
Methodists by contributing unsolicited unsolicitedWO
600 l0 toward tewardthe the erection of the new newchurch newchurch newchurch
church Mr 11 Johnston is a a member of ofTrinity ofTrinity ofTrinity
Trinity Methodist church in Denver DenverSTRIKERS Denvera DenverSTRIKERS
Armed With Clubs They Prevent PreventOther PreventOther PreventOther
Other Men From Working WorkingPoughkeepsie WorkingPoughkeepsie WorkingPoughkeepsie
Poughkeepsie N Y May Iay 2 2The The 1200 1200striking 1 1200striking OO OOstriking
striking brick yard employes mostly mostlyforeigners mosUyforeigners mostlyforeigners
foreigners made another demonstra demonstration demonstrdtion demonstr4tion ¬
tion today todR marching from Duchess DuchessJunction DuchessJunction DuchessJunction
Junction to Chelsea on the New York YorkCentral YorkCentral YorkCentral
Central tracks armed with clubs and andpreventing andpreventing andpreventing
preventing all work from being re resumed resumed resumed ¬
sumed at thirteen yards in the dis district district district ¬
trict The manufacturers held a meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing today and decided not to grant rant the thedemands thedemands thedemands
demands of the strikers and called calledupon calledupon calledupon
upon the sheriff to furnish deputies to tomorrow tomorroW tomorrow ¬
morrow when an attempt will be made madeto
to resume work Deputies were sent sentto sentto sentto
to the brick yards district this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon to arrest the leaders of the thestrike thestrike thestrike
strike strikeThe strikeThe S SThe
The strikers are in an ugly uglyniood mood and andtrouble andtrouble andtrouble
trouble is feared fearedANTIGRAFT fearedANTIGRAFT
Drastic Measure Signed by Governor Governorof
of Wisconsin WisconsinMadison WisconsinIadlson WisconsinMadison
Madison Wis April 2 2Th The Stout Stoutantigraft Stoutantigraft Stoutantigraft
antigraft bill is now law the gover governor governor governor ¬
nor having fixed fix d his signature to it to today today today ¬
day It is one of the most farreach farreaching farreaching farreachlag ¬
ing measures against corruption ever everpassed everpassed everpassed
passed passedIt
It is not aimed at corruption in poli politics politics polltics ¬
tics but at graft in business and pro provides provides provides ¬
vides that whoever corruptly gives or oroffers oroffers oroffers
offers any agent servant or employe employeany emplo employeany e eany
any gift or gratuity whatever with in intention intention intentio ¬
tention to Influence his actions in re relation reto relation ¬
lation to his employers emplo ers business or any anyemploye anyemploye anyemploye
employe who requests or accepts such sucha
a gift shall be liable to a fine of from
10 to SflO 4 or by such fine and imprisonment imprisonment imprison imprisonment ¬
ment for one year yearIt yearIt yearIt
It is claimed thrft th t this law Ia If en enforced enforced enforced ¬
forced will put a stop to the giving of oftips oftips oftips
tips to porters bootblacks or waitersG waitersSTANDARD waiters waitersSTANDARD vaitesSTANDARD
Special to The Herald HeraldBoston HeraldBo HeraldBoston
Boston Bo < ton May Iay ± It is figured that the theStaiidard UteStandard theStandard
Standard Oil Amalgamated in int interests If rests r ts now nowhave nowhave nowhan
have > a clear majority of Itah Consoli Consolidated ConsolidaJPd Consolidated ¬
dated stork tOtk and that in the th last Ja > > t two twomonths twomonths twomonths
months these tRl1 interests Imve accumulated accumulatedat
at leapt le lCt S 1iO itlfl W shares IHCet Previous to that thatthey thatth thatthey
they th y held about 3R jwr cent of o the th m mOfiO DfMO 1fl0 1fl0tao
tao shares Thomas V IJiwson has been beennrninly beenmainly beennuiiniy
mainly instrumental in frightening many manyhundred manyhunrirlfJ manyhundred
hundred small New England holders out outof outof outof
of Utah an and is now issuing fsslliu bulletins bulletinsthat bulletinsthHt buUeUnsthat
that He is short of Utah at 42 ana anU an will willcover willCOfer willcover
cover at 22 22TWO 2 2TWO 2
Winnipeg Man Ian May lIa 2 2Two Two firemen firemenhave firemenhae firemenhave
have been killed and five passengers passengerswere
were injuredin injured 1n a collision between the thewestbound thewestbound thewestbound
westbound transcontinental Can Canadian Canadian Canadian ¬
adian Pacific passenger train and a afreight afreight afreight
freight train near Revelstoke Both Bothtrains Bothtrains Bothtrains
trains were derailed and went down downthe downUte downthe
the embankment That no passengers passengerswere passengerswere passengerswere
were killed was due to the fact fa t that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there were v > ere several empty passenger passengercoaches passengercoaches passengercoaches
coaches between the engine and the theregular theregular theregular
regular passenger coaches coachesFLAG coachesFLAG coachesFLAG
Special to t The The Herald HeraldBoise H HeraldBoise rald raldBoise
Boise Ida May 2 2Governor Governor Gooding Goodingtoday Goodin Goodintoday Goodingtoday
today issued a proclamation desipnatinc desipnatincJuna desi desigrtingJune l1RtinS l1RtinSJun
June Jun 14 as Flag day and requesting all allresidences aUftjzelJs allcitizeqs
ftjzelJs tc to > dlSPI display tJ un notlonal tfonal blnn banner bannerS r ron
S on fl that iiay Q8 frl fthinjIfflLschool I1 scnool hous houschurehe houses houseschicaheJ
churehe chicaheJ 1iusIn btisinefiflhlhses 1Jscs and private privateresidences privateresidences
residences >
Jury ury Has Heard Arguments in the thePatterson thePa thePatterson
Patterson Pa erson Case CaseRANDS OaseRAN Oases OasesRANDS
Pl1 + V YRKIM JM aT the thesee theI
N1fHV I scene see of yesterday y leil87 wke Whe1t Whe1tbecame H Hbecame Itbecame
became necessary Recess rJ fr a gosirt gosirtofficer o rt rtofficer rtofficer
officer to reque request ue t several seV < el1 woolen vwmento woolento nen nento
Haeoder Haeoder5ofT R ReeoederGofC eotId r rGoff
to leave the court < > rt room
< 5ofT today directed direct that only onlythose onlythMe onlythose
those having a direct interest intere t in the thecase thecue thecase
case be b admitted during the toslii0 eloshfIPhours closlunthours toslii0hours
hours of the trial of Nan patterson To Tocarrv Tocarry 10carry
carry out the recorders order the force forceOI ftrceof ree reeof
OI of OHIC officer officers r on 11 liuvj liuvjbuilding duty in th the crmln criminal c cbun otrt otrtbuilding
increased F Fpeclive Ppctve Pipe Pipepective
building bun ding was a greatly grelY inr
peclive spectators began 11 to t gainer gaineraround gatheraround er erarouml
around pctve the pcator building buiding earty e y in i the th day dayAmong da dayAmong
Among them tht > m were w re many wmen WODen some aomof someor someof
of whom had followed folowe the tl trial trl from fre the thefirst th thefirst
not notpermitted notprmlUl notpermItted
Today however they were
first hwever thy
frst permitted Toy even to approach apPrh the outer outerdoor otpr otprdoor outerdoor
door prmlUl to the court cort room Only Oal those th abl ablto ale aleto able ableto
to prove provetbeir their right riht tp t enter eter or o who whohad whl whlhad whohad
had friends among Rnong the the court trt officials officialsor ocl oclor
successful in gin gininto gettinginto tung tunginto
or attorneys atonYS attofli yM were Incc g
into tw the court room r Every YerY e seat was wastaken ws wstRkfl WStaken
taken tRkfl however when th te the proceedings proceedingswere prP prPvere
were resumed resumedAs
As A soon reume 80n as a the prisoner piner had a been beenbrought beenbrought en enbrouJht
brought in Recorder Reorder Golf Gl ordered oer that thatthe th ththe thatthe
brouJht the doors dor of the court room ro be locked lockedand lodf lodfand lockedand
be permitted to enter enteror r ror
and that no one Of b pnt eJt
or leave loe before bfore the recess reee for luncheon lunebconClosing Juno Junolosing luncheonI
I Closing Argument ArgumentIn
In beginning begnning his closing coing argument aguent for forthe forthe forthe
the state Assistant A5istAt District Dirt Attorney AttorneyRand Atorney AttorneyRand
Rand Rnd said saidThis saidThis sakLThis
This trial has been ben a hard hn experience experiencefor e
for you ou but I venture to say 8Y it is I one onethat on onthat onethat
that you OU will wi not look lok back bk to with wllt re regret r ret yegret ¬
gret et It I would be ungrateful ungretl too t V I I Idid IdId Idid
did not also make my acknowledge acknowledgement ahwlg ¬
ment to the as learned leane court cout and it wouldbe wouldbe would wouldbe
be ungenerous of me roundly rondlJ a as I was wasabused w wabu wasabused
abused abu ungnrous yesterday eterdaJ to your yor faces fa8 if I Itook Itook Itook
took offense ofens at a what hat the th counsel cnel on o the theother t tother thcother
other side in the exigencies exience of f a a a lost lostand lostand t tand
and rotten roten cause lU was compelled cpele to tosay tos tosay
say s He accused acu6 me of every e crime crie on onthe onthe onthe
the calendar clenar and ant put me on o trial tria at atthis atthis atthis
this bar br for fo high crimes crime committed comited as asa asa asa
a public publi officer ofcer He told you 01 that th I Ithirsted Ithirsted Ithirsted
thirsted for blood blod and an4 had b hounded houndedMrs hunde houndedMra
Mrs Ir Smith Did I ask ak her bel an a impolite impolitequestion impie impiequetion impolitequestion
question quetion Did Di I not nt treat tre her hr thor thoroughly th thoroughly ¬
oughly as a lady I would wok not n make makemyself m insAcmyself
myself mylf an issue IUE here if I I had hd not been beeninjected ben beninjected beeninjected
injected as lS an a issue Iue in the tb case c by the thedefendants tf tfdefendAnts thedefendants
defendants counsel couns It I is I not ot an a issue issueat issueat ue ueat
at all al I might m t be h all that Levy Lvy said saidin Id Idin idIn
in the chagrin chgin of a 8 lost l0t cause cu and an it itwould itwould itwould
would not affect atet this question quin I want wantand wt wtand wantand
and must have your confidence cfe If I I Icould Icould Icould
could sway the judgment jugt of m m mOlt mOltpaint n and andpaint ad adpaint
paint the fair face of truth tut with wlt a asweet S Ssweet
sweet cosmetic you would woal not no listen l histeato histeatoa eto etoa to toa
a word from frm me If I I could cld do d them tlesthings t tthl themthings
things thl there would be b but bt one o place for forme t forme
me m and that would onld be D at this tl w wside wosns wosnsside s ssie
side sie a fit ft object objt of contempt contemiKShabby coe contemptS
S Shabby Shab y Device of Defense DefenseContinuing D DefenseCthtinuing fen feneUnuing
Continuing eUnuing Mr Rand Ran saW saWMr sler saldMr
011 Mr Lavy L v has accused accus me J of o sup suppressing suppressing p ppreing ¬
pressing preing evidence ecence and other tbio things but butare bt btare butare
are those tb charges chare true tu I wonder 0 if ifyou I Ifyou
you are such sch men mn as a to be b swayed swaye from fromyour trOt trOtyour frontyour
your duty by such a shabby shby outworn outworndevice Otwor tworn tworndevice
device devie as as trying to attack att the prose prosecutor po poculor prosecutor ¬
cutor Levy Lv did di not no make mae a a point pt yes yesterday ye yesterday ¬
terday terlaJ that was not n baaed b on o a lie li He Hetold Hetold Hetold
told you yo that lbt Youhg Youh wanted ant not nota a say severance sv sverance sayeranee ¬
erance but a continuance cntnUn of tn tM din disgraceful d dingraceful ¬
graceful grceful alliance Amanc Assuming ASumi tHat thls thlsoi his hislogic hishogk
logic oi is sound regarding regrding Coggins C leffcer leffcerwhere lelr 1tur 1turwhere r rhre
where hre are RT the te facts factsNow factsNow factsNow
Now with ih regard rerd to Mrs Xr Smiths Smithstestimony sits sitstetmony S Stestimony
testimony tetmony and and my hounding her he Mr MrLevy MrLevy MrLevy
Levy said sid I tried tred to make mae you yu believe believethat bive bivethat believethat
that these the pawn tickets tiket bore bre date of ofJune orJune ofJune
June 3 I did not nt say sy that tt the tickets ticketsrepresented tikets tiketsrepreented ticketsrepresented
represented repreented articles artcle pawned pw pawnedon on June Junebecause
3 because bcus I knew k they were dated datedOctober datedOctober datedOctober
October I did ask ak Mrs Smith if they theywere tey teywere theywere
were renewal tickets tcke for articles articlespawned arje arjepned artic1espawned
pawned pned on June 3 and her he answer aSer was wasa ws wsa s sa
a lie le She Se also lied li when wh she se said sid she shecould sherould shecould
could not remember remmbr which whih of the thebracelets thebrcelets thebracelets
bracelets brcelets given her bel by her mother mter was waspawned w waspawned
pawned p wned in gven Sterns Sters by her husband RUs J JMorgan 3Morgan
Morgan orgn Smith I knew that tht If It I put putLevy putLeyy putLevy
Levy in a position poton he would wold help hep me meget meget meget
get the pawn pwn tickets tcket in evidence evience I In Ina Ina Ina
a moment of forgetfulness forgetfulne he did the thetrick te tetrick thetrick
trick rn r a a moment mment of forgetfulness forgetflness he heput beput heput
put truth before you 3ru gentlemen genteme a piece piee oC oCtruth oftruth
Rands Sarcasm SarcasmThen SarcasmThen SarcasmThen
Then he says sys I have concealed conceae ma material materIal material ¬
terial evidence evidece That would woud be a a wrong wrongthing wrg wrongthing
thing for me to do in a murder muder case casewhen casewhen e ewhen
when a a a womans life lie was wa at stake stke I Iwonder Iwonder Iwonder
wonder if when he was w making that thatcharge tkatcharge thatcharge
charge of concealing concelng evidence evle his histhoughts histhought histhoughts
thoughts thought wee were wandering andern along a1ng the theCanadian te teCanadian theCanadian
Canadian border to Toronto Torot And A I Iwonder Iwonder Iwonder
wonder if when he was wa charging chai unfair unfairmethods UaJ unfairmethods
methods mehods he was wa thinng thinking of the thearticles theartces thearticles
articles artces which kept J Morgan YO Smih Smihand Smithand Smith Smithand
and his wife away away from the th first trs rst trial trialSince tr trialSince
Since when has Levy LV the right rght to totell totel totell
tell tel me to be a a gentleman gentema He swore sworeto sworeto sworeto
to to me Ip bring the blush bu to t Mrs MrsYoungs MrsYoungs MrsYoungs
Youngs Youngs honest honet face to answer aser his hisquestions hisquestions l8 l8quetions
questions quetions Have Have I tried trie to drag dr this thisdefendant thi thisdefendant
defendant defendnt through the mire and andcovering an andcovering
covering her with ith stench stenh asked ake you ou to toconvict toconicU toconvicCi
convict Have I not treated trete her with withthe wih wihthe withthe
the tmost consideration consideaton But Levy Levywell Lvy Lvywen Levywell
well knew kew that tat he had to win but one onejuror onejuror onejuror
juror all to his aid while whIe I 1 must mus convince convinceyou cnV convince convinceyou Dt Dtyou
al alReviewed
Reviewed the Evidence EvidenceMr
Mr Ir Rand Rd reviewed reviewe the te evidence eTe in inthe inthe inthe
the case He declared declare that tht it had been beenproven beenproven en enproven
proven by the prosecution prout that tht Young Youngnever Youngneer Youngitever
never owned a revolver and that
tht even evenif evenjf evenif
owne an
if he had one on it would have been ben a aphysical ap1y aphysical
physical p1y icl impossibility imJbit forVhim rorllm to have haveinflicted 18 18In haveinflicted
inflicted In iccd upon up ltlmsf himself such seh a wound woundas wond wondcue
as caused cue his hi death deth He called cle the at attention attenton attention ¬
tention tenton of the jury j r to the th preparationsimdo preparations preparationsmade
made by Young for his Eurpe European trip tripami tip tipand tripand
and told them that alone proved be beyond beyond beyond ¬
afe prove
yond question that the bookmaker bkker had hadno hadno hindno
no intention of taking tking his hi life lCe The Thecontention Ti Thecontention
contention of the defense that it
contenton deCe tht wa waYoung was wasYoung wasYoung
Young who opposed opps breaking breking the rein relations rel reintions ¬
tions ton = between betwen him and ad Miss Mis Patta Patterson Pattersonhe
he claimed cmime was W3 proven untenable unlenabe by bythe b bthe bythe
the evidence eYiden which he said Si snowed shwe that thatYoung tht thtYoung thatYoung
Young had kept away from her he during duringthe durn durnthe duringlhole
the death doth lhole whole whoe month just preceding prei8 his hisdeath hi 113Theory
dothTheory Theory of Postal Card CardOf Cardor CardOf
Of the souvenir 8uvelir postal ptl card cd bearing bearingMiss brig bearingMiss
Miss 1Us Pattersons Patersns name nam and addressed addressedin adrMe
in Youngs handwriting handrin which was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found in the young 0Ut womans W llS rnaus handbag handbagat ltnb ltnbat
at the time tme of her arrest aet Mr Rand Randsaid Bandsaid nq nqsid
said sid he had a different diferent theory the than thunthe tbn tbnthe thanthe
the one advanced adancr by the defense defeD They Theyhad Theyhad Theyhad
had suggested suggeted that it was W8 put there thereby thre threb thereby
by b Young Youn for the purpose purpO of Identifica Identification Idetf Identifleatlon ¬
tion lon in the event of a murder mlrer and a nut suicide 811 811ie nutride ¬
ride ie He believed beleve however 10w ver that tht It Itwqs i itwills
wills w s Youngs intention to send the th card cardbuck cr cardback
buck from the steamer stemer by the pilot plt to toshow tosho toshow
show sho that thn he was1 waS on the tbelen s sea seaWhen a aWhen
When len Assistant Assistnt District Disriet Attorney AttorneyRand AttianeyRand
Rand finished finishe his closing argument argumentlate argUmnt argUmntInte argirncntlate Atmy AtmyRand
late this th afternqon the court eoupt adjourned adjourneduntil adjeure adjourneduilUltomorrow
until urulelomorow urulelomorowRcorder uilUltomorrow uilUltomorrowRecorder tomorrow tomorrowRecorder
Recorder Rcorder Goff Gof off wW d dt4E9f t4 j the ft phargs phargsto phlge phlgeI
I to the the thejury jury jur at at the opening openi S of the aourt e our tirt

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