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ra rrT 7 t Silver SIVfcc ii 4c ner er ounce ounceJ ou OURCOE3 e eCoPltr
E3 flLJ1flLV J Copper CoPltr < casting Mlstf t Wie HcESlABLISHED P
t Struck Because of Delivery of Goods Goodsby Goodsr GoodsV
r by NonUnion Drivers DriversTHREE DriyersTHREE DriversTHREE
pIIICAGO C IL1CAGO May SUoUteMpleyers IJoih employers and andI andattikens
I CIUCAGO 1 strikers claim wimi ahi teda t4ay l 4ay In the theteamsters UteteatnlJt8lS thetcamatMts
teamsters strike The employ etDPloyS etDPloySdClare empIoYdeearc rs rsdeclare
declare that they have gained a aI4W decWrd decWrdHCV
HCV 1 Tttage tR e in the number of the wagons wagonsand w waigDHdtn4 onai onairind
and < the amount of o business bu transacted transactedThe flHetCd flHetCdThe
The strikers claim cia 11ft i tI baaed upon the thefact thefad thefktet
fact that 259 drivers for the various fur furniture furniture furiiture ¬
niture dealers in the city will strike to tomorrow tomorroW toThrrqw ¬
morrow morntoK and atoo o 15 1 paint wot WOltT k kirs ktis
irs tT employed by the t Heath It Milligtn Milligtnomimny Milliptnorn1n MiIIigtflontny
omimny The strike of the furniture furnitureDrivers frnllulrhftIJ fiirnttUttrivs
Drivers was foreshadowed on Saturday Saturdaywhen Saturdclvwh StUldJVwhcn
when wh t at a convention onventt n of th tth furniture furnitureibalers furnlturdate furnItureIh4krM
ibalers date association itton it was declared iat iattheir tlattheir at attheir
their men must make deliveries irrespec irrespeciv
iv i iv4 of strike conditions They today or orl orIred orLred
l Ired red their t r men to carry carr goods to th thlx UM UMhyc thbyCOttM1 <
lx hyc byCOttM1 > ycott ttPd < > d houses hou and the strike rik tomor tomorrow tomurw tonuTw ¬
row will be the result resultThe resultTAt ratThc
The paint workers of Heath A MilHgrn MilHgrnan MilU n nn
an n r the first fln rllt nteniberjs > n of any a11 tmion nin not nota lta t ta
a member rne1ll r of the th teamsters organization organizationto gniaatk gniaatkto aniHU r rtn
to go gj on strike in support of the th > teams teaniiMers t teamstprn na naot
iMers ot t They y have walked out ul becauoe f fdelivery CclllIver fstall
delivery clllIver stall very of goods by nonunion ll tea teaters t ttn ttrs
ters tnWalOfts WaofiS Nearly AH in Use UseThe UseTM UseTtw
The State street st t department d partnt stores sl and aiMtliree andbrg slid1argi
liree dry soodn p osidas ho hoauea ie had warly arly their theirntTre tJwirf1tlre thurntfre
ntTre iomHement ompk > nt of delivery wagons wa U1t8 to toMy tojay to4iay
4iay My and throughout the day da tntnsact transa1 transa11IIdllft transaetrn1Iiisiu < l lIlisinegw
Ilisinegw Iiisiu on almost al t a normal basis < Kif Kifi ir irt
i n hundred wagons manned by 1tOII 1tOII1intl OnIuifls on onimiiHi
imiiHi men wen we operated from State Stater Stateslrpt
slrpt 1 r r iel t today and nd th tlH number will 111 be ma mairially maI
irially 1 rian rially increased tomorrow Jie 4 more mori moiw moiwINd morehj >
i lored hj rsd men arv l b einR Inp hired either by byil byI
il I h State street t stores or by th Km Km1ioyers Kmldo EnstIve
ldo tIve 1ioyers e Teaming company and as rapidly rapidlyi rapidlYpo rapkItypossible
i possible po tbo the e now no at work are beinK beinKMii g gilj
4 r Mii ilj plante4 > plant by b white men At the office officef otft otftf omceV
V f the Employers Teaming Tmi company tc tcnipht tftli Irtight
tight tli ht It was announced that 125 1 white whitemen whitetn whitehad
men tn n had l hen een n imported during th day dayfrom dayfrnm 48Vfrsm
from Cincinnati and Kansas City Nt and andxentyfive andf andtfntyfhf
< xentyfive f more had l been en n nerurd ecur rd r < l in inhirago inhk38O ina
< hirago Individual contracts were made madevth mtltIh niadevth
vth Ih all of o these t men and they tM will 11 11I b bjien >
1 jien I vas It permanent employment employmentThe
t The ri rusting < tliJB today was wa of f a sharper sharpercharacter Nh shsiprehracLer rlr rlrfItrater
character than that of f Saturday Three Threein ThlN1II0n Threc11h55
in 1II0n MI were fatally injured and a M nnn nnnf nnnhr nnnhrotberas < TOI > T Tf
> f otker > IW badly b di hurt although th h anus anus4wr um umJier umu
Jier of the t wouimed d is h not as a wlKle wlKleTHrly wbc whle1iirlv Ie Iearly
THrly arly so o large as some of the t days da the themiddle thetniddk
middle 111 ildl of last week Wf4 > k The fatally Iurl IurlAlbert 1urlIbtrt LortA
Albert A then Enbers EnlM > n shot in it the th > aboJomen aboJomenRichard abclolttenRkhald abdosaseitRichard
Richard insets o ruett brother of JoHn Fruen Frwenstabbed FruenSl Fruent
stabbed stabbedllve Sl t ah 4hbedive edtiive
llve ive others were > injured injuredThe InjuredThe InjuredIhe
The majority of the affrays tM sseuard c o uird uirddllrin T2d T2dduring
4 during dllrin the early part of the aftndOT aftndOTCivic aft aftfl nom nomCivic fl flj
j Civic Commission CommissionThe
The civic commission appointed appnlnt jay jaytayor by byMayor hyIayor
Mayor Dunne to investigate inv ttpte the s ar ike ikecin
1 r cin < mltlttlet mmetl4d w M > Hl l operation 0 today toda Tt divl little littleiiit it It9ea f fllIt
a iiit organiBe ni for future work t tad nd d the theIrimtfcse theIrurnitoP thCIrmI
Irimtfcse IrmI f fnf r the > successful su C1 performance performanceof
4 of I its mission does dc not seem em to be t bright brightIt brl bsihtIt t tIt
It has no power J Owcr to summon witno wit witnc4s TS ard ardmust 1ulmUllt arttTIlIst
must not therefore tIH rrtv on volunteered volunteeredtentimony voIunl volunteered1stInsony nod nodtP1ltlJ
tentimony t Tonight at the memberw mn f the theKmployers theEmp4avc
Kmployers 1 mployf afK asotoelatioss < oclatloti latl declared timt thy thvybad thyhafl theyha4
bad r rfCeh reecived eetv d < d no offlrfaJ l notice not of tf the thereation tilefrplttkffl thereiStiftU
reation of the coNimission ton and would W wouldbtvo wmaMbav 1d 1dfO
bav fO > no dealings Itn with it until thy had had114fU hadbeen i iteen
been > teen properly M > perlv notified of its existeitce existeitcePresW fSMtt eatatcasroPrealdeist 4 4Dld
PresW Prealdeist t T Dld > Id of the hkag Chkagn Federation Federationf FNtr ti tir
r ff f Labor ileciareu iaNU for toe labor me ml llat llatnone tIatnono tlaolae
none olae > of them would appear b hefw > f r the theiommhMion ft ftontlltltMloft theuiasiaskaaslon
iommhMion awl 1 give y any e evidence > dence what whatever whatevir b t tWT ¬
ever WT unless IIh unk its sessions ions were open to the the1nblic theiilatIe
1nblic and it investigated inn ti ttd not nly nl the theanse thealtSf theausse
anse altSf of the > present n teamsters strike strikfbut foCtrikfohl1t strikebait
but those th leading letsdtn up to the t strike of the thegarment th thegarment I ISlnnent
garment Slnnent workers of Montgomery Ward WardX aM
X fo 0 last la t January 1nu 11 1 It was w in support supportf I
lr < f this s strike four months after its in inc inptiml ineeptioti
c eeptioti plion that the teamsters t mst went ent out In Insympathy Insympathy I
sympathy sympathyThe mpath
The Th 11 members of th t the tnarors mayc > r commission eansiastlonIsaied i iissued I
issued 1 < I1 the statement late 1 tf today twla declaring dcrlarin dcrlarinthat IRri i iihat ft fr
that t they tbe had a private session today in IniIi i itli
I Ifr
iIi city r hall h It was nndemto I1 < wl bow however i iver
ever ver fr that no n announeen annOtUIntent > ent of the t hf pro proctHxllngs penreedings I IcWdlng
ctHxllngs would be made until the bearing hearingwas I Iwas IwaF
was completed and a d dlIision tsion reached reachedTl rearhedTb I ITllt
Tl Tllt > > action of the th labor men in declaring declaringpractically dlaringllte dealaringLIflst
LIflst llte soeret t fatu feature of th the hfarin hfarinprartkall hearing hearingpractically
practically nullified nuUifi th n the attitude of the theommixsiow th thom theomnsiaasiOsZ
ommixsiow om 89 s soon us a < aulimmoed aulimmoedMust lntlOtln aithouftcedMust I IM
Must M IMt Be Sworn t
The efforts t of the attorneys ttOI1W of the t la labr Ilr Isbr
br leader IfIafl to t rolet srotee rote < t their clients from fromanswering fromangng Ironsanswering
answering questions in < sonnection > with withth witht withthe
th t the hI < federal injunctions gnwted gr 1tftd during duri tbjo tbjoIIIR t tIrlke tIostrike
strike by b J Judge Kohlsaal Intd issiavalt issiavaltIng a311 a3111n
IIIR 1n JiMfge Kohteaat Koht aat dxWed that al althoush 41 41th attheiih
thoush th Ih a person Pfn cn < can n avail himself of f the theprivilege the1rliI theprtvilege
privilege 1rliI of not na answering incriminating incriminatingustions Inrnmlnatlnt Inriimlnathsgnaestiona
ustions o the t defendants must mll t appear be berr hoPfrT heA
A frT rr MswM Master ttM4r r hi u rtiancerv > r Sherman totnor totnorwitnesses tomnrr totnorV
t V r rw mornin morning And tw swuro A as witnesses witnessesTf wlt wltH
t Tf T f the t he occasion arose where they th4 did n not nntdf notdesire t td
d df desire sr < > to answer qtaesthsns iu > itfoas for fear r rInriminatlnn ofinrtmInstIsn f fIn
rfminatioD In < they th could take advantage advantageof advatA advatAof
of their rights and refus Th privilege privilegeof priYi priYir
of r refusing in1t to answer an questions quut 9ns was all allthat allthat allthsat
that anyone could ask askPrefer askPrefer askPrefer
Prefer to Go To Jail JailThere JailThere JailThere
There could Id he r = p p1RCi ponsiiMt wxibte objection to toraving t ttIng to1vtng
raving the witnesses wltl sworn orn At W 160clock 160clocktmortCM oclock oclocktomorrow oriorktORSOtTtW
tomorrow morning the labor leaders leadersKaln kadt kadtKalnst leadersa
a Kalnst Kaln t whom the I he injuncti injun injunetlotsa < U ms < were en HwwKrt HwwKrtnill iasticttill I Iill
nill ill appear before forc Master iti Chancery I IStsrnusfl
Sh Stsrnusfl hl > rman and the examination in sup support supprl supprt ¬
port of the restraining re < orders which are arereturnable areTfturnablE arereturnable
returnable on Wednesday will be com comninced COIQnw coinnsneed
ninced nincedThis nw nsneedThis n ed edThis
This arrangement rron nt of Judee Kohlsaat KohlsaatWHS
WHS as not satisfactory satl factor to the th labor leaders leadersliwever leaden411wtver leadersF
liwever F wever and President idnt IH Itnl4l ttol > M of 4 the Chi Chicago VhSaagai hi hiC ¬
cago C n Federation r of I Laabor > abor hnr deaIartd < iet land to toTiKht to to1iiht toiight
TiKht that none of the th men would appear appearto
to give testimony tM tlmony even nn if their refusal refusalr 1tf1l refusalrulted 1
0 r Tulted < Milted in them tn hi1 being injt ompclled to go to toJail
Recovery Is Doubtful DoubtfulMan Man Who WhoDid WhoDid WhoDid
Did the Cutting Killed by byIdaho byIdaho byIdaho
Idaho Constable ConstableBoise Consta ConstableBoIse le leBoI5e
+ Boise Ida May 8 SA A special to tothe tothe + f
+ the Statesman State man from Bellevue says SRYsAn + f ff
4 f An unknown man said to be a aheepberder + s ssheepherder f ff
+ f sheepherder ran amuck on the th thY6 theWood + f fWood
+ Wood d Rher branch train today todayand todayand + f ff
+ f and jtfter it slashing sla8bin the th throat of ofon + f
4 one on of the th passengers palllen prs with j h A knife knifewas + f ff
+ 4 f was shot and instantly 1 tantJy killed by byConstable bvConstahle +
+ 4 Constable William W lluun Schaffer who who whowas whowas + 4 4f
+ f was on the train The Th train was wallruft wasrun + f
+ 4 run back 1Ja k to t Bellevue and the dead dpadmatn + f fman
4 man and his ft victim were taken off otThe oilThe + f fThe
+ + The injured l man is named Moore cooreand + f
4 4 and he is connected w with itli the Salt Saltlake t +
+ 4 I lake ake headquarters hMdqu pr of Collier the thpastflm 4 4eastern
+ 4 eastern publisher His recovery ntvryis + f
4 4 is doubtful So o far the dead man manf manhas nanaas +
+ f has aas not been identified identit identihedINHUMANPARENTS td tdt tda tdINHUMAN + f fINHUMAN
+ +
t + + + + + + + + + +
Four Children Deserted In Montana MontanaKaUspel MontanaForest MontanaForest
Forest ForestKaJlspeI ForestKiIipei
KaUspel Mont May S SA A sad cae ot otfour orfour offour
four children deserted tlesPrt by their parents parentsIn NUtDl1lIn
In the woods near here and the RUle Httleunes RUlecnS littleInca
Inca escape from a mountain lion has hasbeen Juwl hslwen
been l n browf brought iit to the > attention of State StateHumane State11umane Statelluniane
Humane Officer Schoenfeld The chiW chiWrey ehildrep
rep the th oldest of whom is 15 1 years ears and andtlie andtltp andthe
the youngest eight months were left by bythen byttheir bytheir
their parents in an empty cabin in the themountains themonntain themosintains
mountains They The were fOre found by b a woman womannamed we wey wemasr
y r named Atkinson Atkln on so weak from want of offood orfonel offood
food that they could ald scarcely I walk They Theysaid Theytald Theysaid
said a huge hu mountain lion had been beenwatching bteJawalchlng beepwatelaltag
watching the t cabin for days Iay and lid they theywere tltfyWfre theyvere
were afraid to venture out Mrs Atkin Atkinpoti AtklnFfI Atkhacola
cola led the t m children t to 8 town t l 0 aud the fiv fivwere five fivenpr fivewere
were followed follow a BIll by the beast THe THecbddren The1I1dron Thes4alldren
cbddren are now in charge of the humane humaneofficar humaneotClcr humaneoffIcer
Security Company Takes T es Over Prop Property Property Property ¬
erty in Forest Dale at 18000 18000UP 18000UP 18000UP
T UE Country club is i to have a xnew xnewhome new newltome newI
THE I home one on of its own O That fuel fact has hasbeen baseett hasbeest
been definitely settled ttled and saw all that thatremains thatreMains thatremains
remains to bring the matter to a i sue SIKc Slcwsfut suec
c cwsfut dftri fruition is it to grade the lands landsjust landsju landsust
just t acquired and to build thereon a ahouse ahouate ahouse
house worthy of the high standing of ofth ofthe ofthe
th the member memberSince RNln iasensiiersSinve er erSIn
Since SIn its inception the club has used usedthe usedthe usedthe
the Giltner property on the east bench benchin
in the t vicinity of Ninth East and Ninth NinthSouth NinthSouth I
South streets stl t The Vocation I is distant distantfrom distantfrom distantrout
from rout the street iit t car dr line by b more than thanh thanhalf I
h half Jf a wile is up a steep eep hill and to toreach torepI
reach it one has to do considerable pe pedestrian pedestrian pedeutrjan ¬ i
destrian exercise for the reason that to tomaintain tomalfttain tomaintain
maintain a a team would involve con considerable considerable considerable ¬
siderable expense ex n The property has hasnever hasver hasnever
never ver been considered ron rtd ideal for dub clubpurposes dubIMItOMes dubpusps
purposes but in the absence of some something somethin something ¬
thing thin more desirable the club has h had hadto hadto hadto
to make the best of o conditions conditionsViewed fndttionsVieed eondltiosatViewed
Viewed from from the light i ht of a golf f possi possibility OAAibUlly possibility ¬
bility the land surrounding the dub clubho4M dubhOtfM dubhouse
house has been n illsuited for the th pur purpose purpime ur urThe ¬
pose The tu turf f is Is s impossible hn sible except for fora
a small patch near the house and the theremainder ther theremainder
remainder r l1ainder of the course COU1 is > very rmky rmkyMusty ro < k kusty icy icytinsty
Musty usty in dry weather and ankle deep in inmud inmud instand
mud hi wet weather weatherPresent weatherPresent weatherPresent
Present Lease Expiring ExpiringAnother ExpiringAnothet ExpiringAnother
Another factor which hleh had a deter determining determillin determining ¬
mining millin effect e < ed on the action of the club clubto dubto clubto
to seek a new home was the fact that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the present Itreto ent lease expires this year and andthe andtM andthe
the owners are ar said to have announced announcedtheir announcedtheir announcedtheir
their intention to cut the ground into intobuilding intobulldj intobuilding
building bulldj lots Jot during the next year or ortwo orto ortwo
two As a matter of fact all the sur surrounding surrounding stirrounding ¬
rounding property is being btin converted convertedj convertedInto convertedInto
j into building bulldi lots and houses hou stsusea are going goingj goingup
j up p on every hand so that in a year y r or ortwo ortwo ortWI
two the locality will ill have lost ItS st > ts di ditinctiveness die dllti diethiettveness
tinctiveness ti thren as a a country site siteThe siteThe itt ittThe
The new home of the club will be on ona otta ona
a tract of sixty acres right on the theI theNinth theNinth
I Ninth East car ar line tiii near Twelfth TwelfthSouth TwelfthSouth TwelfthSouth
South street It consists of high roll rolling 1011i rolllag ¬
lag i ground There are no tK oks ks but butthere butthHe butthere
there is subirrigation which hidt will iIl mate materially Ittftterialty matenatty ¬
natty aid in producing a natural naturalgrowth naturalrowth naturtIgrowth
growth rowth of fine grass over the entire entirecourse entirecourse entirecostsse
course courseThe costsseThe j
The property selected is i commonly commonlyknown Imnonlkoon commonlyknowat
known as the Young farm For four fouryears touryears fouryears
years the club Iub has been contemplating contemplatingIts contemplat Jtt JttILc
Its purehase but nobody took the in initiative inItiative initiatlve ¬
itiative until recently E 1 B B Wicks Wickshad Wickshad Vicksbad
had the land for sale sal acting as agent agentfor tgentfor gentfor
for the owner Some of the club mem members members mombrs ¬
bers have been considering lonside rlng > the th propo proposition propoion proposition ¬
sition ion during the past few months and andvarious andrtriom andvarIous
various plans were suggested FU tSted to finance financeit ftn nce
it The remarkably low price at which whichthe whkhtJte whielatise
the land could be bought tnade it al almo almom idninet
mom mo t a Certainty talnty that unless something rainethingwas rnethl rnethlwall
was done immediately same me shrewd shrewdreal fhrewdreal shrewdreal
real estate speculator would ftlld step ttp hr hrand tnLnd Inand
and acquire the property and ld the club clubwould clubwuutd clubwould
would be the ioer by y the inaction inactionSecurity irntCUODSecuity inactionSecurity
Security Company Buys It ItIn ItIn ItIii
In order ord r to t make it certain that the theclub therlub theclub
club would otlld ultimately ultima tely secure the prop property property proporty ¬
erty Mr 1 Wicks idt arranged with the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Security I Trust Co lat la t week weekfor weekfor weekto
for to the sale of the land on condition conditionthat conditionthat oudltionthat
that the company would pay over to tohim tohim tohim
him the JISOW IS lSO S demanded by the owner ownerthe ownerthe ownerthe
the company fOt pan to hold the title tit1 a reason reasonable reasonable reasonable ¬
able kngth of time thn in order to permit permitthe permitthe permitthe
the club to take over o er the holdings I di at atthe attIM atthe
the same figure figureThe ftgurpThe figureThe
The deal was afi made > none too soon soonWhile soonThile n nWhile
While the abstract of title was as being beingmade bein beinmacHo beingmade
made two parties offered < tI ih h itt < 5r r rfor checks checksfor liO J s srfr
for the land to tt the owner but as Mr SirWicks MrWitk8 MrWicks
Wicks h had d acted first for the club clubtheir dubtlMir clubtheir
their offer were rejectpd The Th price >
mentioned is is a remarkably low 10 one as asground asnd asground
ground nd on the north and the t he west of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the tract is selling mng now In for from SSIO SSIOto 3550to 996 996to
to 12W 1 per acre for building k lot > t The Thearea T Tarea Thearea
area mentioned is within withi the tft corporate c r onrtt onrttUntits
limits of Forest Dale > and Is the only onlylarge
1 Ilargf large tract of land 1 adjacent adja l to the city citywhich it itwhih
j which could uld In any way Wa be made avail available availt
t able for a golf f course courseWill courseWill
Will Erect Beautiful Club House HouseWhile Houschi HouseWhile
While hi no plans have ha e as yet been de determlned deto tieteamined
termlned to > rmt on it it is j the Intention of the tMk theleading
j leading k spirits of the th club Iub to urge lI e the theerection theerection
erection qf a beautiful club h hnuC use such sucha ieh ieha
a structure as will bo a credit to the thecity thecity
city and to the members membersIt
It is intended to make the golf otf course courseentirely lftUr
entirely of turf and when that is ac accomplished aceotnptlshe4 ¬
complished it is believed bfI f ve41 that womtrM womtrMplayers Wtf wmnmsplayers 1 1players
players will 11 enter etlt with more enthusi enthusiasm enthualnan ¬
SID into the spirit of the invigorating invigoratingsport ImrlgoraUngsport InvIgoratingsport
sport One of the disagreeable disa eeabte fea features featUre leaturen ¬
tures of the present pte8 t course < lies in the thefact theract thefact
fact that t the M hb h winds at night blow blowthe blowthe blowthe
the sands off the greens rtef making con consistent tOnsi eonsistent ¬
sistent si putting an impossibility im bUit On Onthe OntRe Onthe
the other n r hand the new course can be bemade bemade I Imade
made considerably cotls erably longer than the thepresent theprffnt thepresent
present one thus giving the t men play playi p1a
i ers 18 an opportunity for brassy brass work workand workand OIJt OIJtand
and furthermore the new location is istolerably Istolerably
tolerably t dbh well sheltered from unfavor unfavorable unf unfavorable vor vora
able a winds wl ds Turf greens retttti will imjMove imjMovethe intpmovethe
the quality of the play and fit the theplayers
players for competitions in other places placeswhere pla plahffe placeswhere
where hffe turf courses and greens are the theruI therule
ruI rule
As quite a number of the members membersof
of the club are at present t hi Los An Angeles Angel Angobs ¬
gobs gel It is not likely that any dentit dentitaction defiaittactIon
action will m be taken this week but on ontheir ontheir ontheir
their return the subject will ilI be taken takenup takenup takenup
up at the earliest eart t possible moment It Itis Itis Itis
is not improbable therefore that be before before ¬
fore the th end d of the summer the club clubwill clubwiU clubwill beI
will be installed in its new home homee homeMURDERERSTRANGLED I IMURDERER
William Rudolph Pays the Extreme ExtremePenalty ExtremePenalty I
Penalty For His Hi Crime CrimeUjikaul i iUnion
Union Cn Mo Io 0 May 8 SWillIam William Rudolph Rudolphwas
was U hanged 1uut hi the jail yard at i6l i6loeiock 181oriotk 1501oc4k I
oeiock today His neck was as not nr4broken nNbroken notbroken
broken and he strangled thirteen min minutes ¬ I IutH Iutea
utes before being pronounced dead Hi Himother His Hismother I Imother
mother and stepfather bade him fare farewell farewell ¬
well hi his cell 1I after which Rudolph Rudolphannounced Rudolphannoun Rudolphannounced t
announced announ ed < thai he was 8 ready to go
Rudolph walked to the scaffold with a
arm step and said ald nothing nothln after leav ¬ I
lug In his cell Sheriff Gehlert sprung glun the thetrap thetp thetrap
trap About 200 jO persons witnessed witU SEed the theexecution theexe theeaecutlon
execution exe < and a large > e crowd was as col ¬
lected in the t ht street st rt t t outside out idp the jail jailCANADIAN jdlae jailCANADIAN
Moncton N B B May lla S STM The Cans Canadfan Canstitan ana anadtan
titan Pacific express train which hleh Jet lefHalifax JetHalifax letHsIiat
Halifax about S a in today toda for Monl Monltr Moat Moattreat Ion Iontrl
tr treat al and Boston o WIlt wrecked reck this thisafternoon thi8aftrDOOn thisfterIonn
afternoon near Dorchester DOIeh ter twenty1 twenty1mites twenty twentymiles
mites JIIiIeseast east of this city All the ears of ofthe ofOle ofthe
the train except the sleeping car were werederailed werederailed werederailed
derailed The T lot locomotive mOtive was also alsothrown alHGthrowta alsothrowsa
thrown front the track and i is re reItorted rejorted
Itorted that Engineer White was plmied plmiedbeneath platuedbeneath
beneath H No word or has lss been received receivedas I I Ias
as to the number of persons per8 < S injured
A Fond Eftxewell F
Russian Admiral Promised to Leave Immediately and Start Started StartedNebogatoffs StartedNebogatoffs ¬
ed edNebogatoffs Nebogatoffs Squadron Thought to Have Passed PassedSaigon PassedSaigon PassedSaigon
Saigon Cochin China
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
+ +
+ f London May S ST SThe The eorrespon eorreesHdent orresIJOnrent + f ff
+ dent at Singapore of the Daily DailyMail DailyMail DailyMail +
+ Mail telegraphs telegraphsA tel phs phshA +
+ hA A private letter from influen influenf inttuential nftuential +
+ f tial friends states that Vice Ad Admind + f fmiral
+ mind Togos TO 5 fleet is concentrating coneentrAtingin +
+ f in the Korean channel and that a af aportion aportion +
+ portion ot ol the Japanese navy is is1atching iswatching + f fwatching
+ + watching Vladivostok YladivostokLondon + f ff
4 +
+ London May Ia 9 5The The correspon corre norreepondent pon pondtft + f ff
+ f dent at Paris of the Times tele ttlegrtlpfts telegraphs + f ff
+ graphs grtlpftshit + f ff
9 + f hit It is rumored in RttAHiHit cir rirdCS + ft
4 + t cles in Paris that thH t the > Japanese Japaneseflagship JaNIn JaNInflagtlhip +
4 + flagship Mikasa lltka wa was lost in the theStraits theStraits + f flAIGON
+ Straits of Korea i wrek fek ago o oSAIGON +
1 4
+ + + + + 444 + 4 + + ± 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 4tAIGON
lAIGON Cochin China hina May Ma S SAd SAdmiral S4di Ad Admiral
i miral RojestvenekyX squadron hItS hasbeen hItSbPtn hitsbeen
been located by b Admiral De Joun Jounquieres Tounquitrps founquieres
quieres intelligence intelli ellcc department dep rtment in the tlieneighborhood tltenet theneighborhood
neighborhood net hborhood of a bay southward sooth ward of ofHonkohe ofHOllkohe ofHonkohe
Honkohe bay coa coat of Annam Rojest Rojestvensky Rojf8lvensky Rctjestrensicy
vensky was wa warned war and said he would wouldleave wouldleile wouldleave
leave immediately immediatelyParts imanediatelPItJ immediatelyParis
Parts PItJ May S SAn An official dispatch dispatchwas dffifNCtfw alispateliwas
was w received here he her Umigat hmi ht saying that thatthe thatt thatthe
the t f Russian RU 8n Pacific squadron had left leftLonghat leftLon leftLonghai
Longhat Lon hai Kanh Hoa or Nha Trang Trangbay TrangDay Trangbay
bay This follows the efforts of the theFreiMh th thFrpufh theFreneb
FreiMh authorities to keep Kef the th squadron squadronmoving 8quadJonmoin sqissdronmoving
moving moin Its destination ri is not given > 11
Saigon French t Corhii Vhlns < hina hln May MayThp MayThe S SThe
The Russian hospital pitlll ship Kostroma Kostromaarrived Ko Knstnnnaarrived trofna trofnaarriM
arrived here > today tod y which hkh Indicates > s the theNAN th thNAN thefAN
Prosecuting Fros eRting Attorney Jerome Has HasKot HasXot HasNo
Kot No Yet Made e Up His Hi Mind MindAtwt MindA901tt MindAlot
Atwt H HNew Her Her2ew r rNew
New York May S tltsn lan Pattert Patterson ns a fu future r rtun fattare ¬
tare is i still tm uncertain tln ettaln < Bail b hiss s l 1een een n pro ItrUkIf provkied rcii rciivMed
vMed for hen hers but District Dt Attorney Jer JerOHte Jer0IMf Ieronse
OHte has h not tbnt yet fret ft decided dtled what action le lewJll 1Mm lieaIll
wJll m take in Nfr er case caseThis eaRTh caseTheat
This Th afternoon after a long iotifereitce iotifereitcewith tOtlrertttcewH conferencewith
with wH Mr 4r r Jerome and his assistant Mr MrRand ilrRand Ir
Rand Miss Pattersons PaU n counsel was com compelled compeJled coinpelted ¬
pelted to bear to the girl in the Tombs Tombsthe Tombttthe Tombethe
the disappointing news n g that she s may have haveto hftVCto haveo
to o remain main in prison for at least a week weeklonger week10tpJt weektbe
longer longerTne
Tne prisoner bore the announcment with withfortitude withfortttudP withfortitude
fortitude although U sb she IMI had been n led Jt d to tobelieve totwl tobelieve
believe twl that she hf might be granted anttd l her herfrtEdom herfreedom r rfreedom
freedom either today or tomorrow At Atleast Atk Atleast
least k act two bondsmen oond are said to be ready readyto
to give hail in any reasonable able amount am amcounsel alld alldfffla1 aistetsianatet
counsel far AHss Patterson latte on say the surety suretywill 5uretwill suretywill
will l lao e ororMed without delay as JHH soot sootas o oa > II IIas
as a the th district attorney expresses exp a will villi willirgnof willirgnts
i irgnof irgnts gn sl to accept it itMr itMr I IMr
Mr Jerome issued the following rollowte stale stalem statesilent Mte i iInfnt
m silent silenttn < nt ntI i ihln
hln tn reference to the 8 of th the Peult I Ia Iagainst
I against a in8l Nan UI Patterson I am unwilling willin to tomake tutnak tosnake
make any am statement other than that this t My Myinformation Myinfrmation Myinfsrmation
information in regard r rd to the th ease presents presentsa 5reseu 5reseua tre enls enlsa
a serious rtouf qaseatton < i 8tton for my m decision OIl and amione andOtk andone
one which I must decide myself and not notlermit notpermit II
permit the t newspapers to decide for me meI
I have not yet decided it itAbraham it itAbraham itAbraham
Abraham I Levy evy y Mae Pattersons coon coonset i isel I IBel
set said after the conference conferenceMr confc > rence renceIIr
Mr Jerome promised that be would wouldtake w wdtildtake uld uldt
take the matter at the earliest poe I Isible
up j jsible
vi viteontion =
sible moment t and 1Jd give it his hI Ia fullest t at j jtention I Iteistion
tention lie will then let us know kJtO what whateours whatCOtfnIf whatcourse
course will be taken I Im am bound until untilhe untilht untilhe
he disposes dis of the matter to take no fur further furthfr furtiter ¬
titer action and will not make any an move moveuntil moveuntil moveuntil
until tbst time Mr Jerome has now nowti j jto i ito
to ti deeidPwhether beth < to admit her to bail or ordischarge ord ordischarge
discharge d hnrg hw on her own re rte SntzanC SntzanCdLom retogntzafteedismiss ogn all < 1 1dismiss
dLom dismiss the Indictment against her or oragain oragin oragain
again place Jlae Iac her on trial I have nave no doubt doubtthat j jthat Jthat
that Mr Jerome will speedily decide decidePOLYGAMY decidePOLYGAMY I IPOLYGAMY
Report of Grand Jury on Mormon MormonColony MormonColony I
Colony in Hawaii HawaiiHonolulu HawaiiHonolulu HawaiiHonolulu
Honolulu May 2 tia A i San Francisco FranciscoMay Frdnc FcLneiSeOMay 9lo 9lolay
May 8 8T1ae Tfc federal grand jury which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has been investigating among other othermatters othermatters othermatters
matters a report that polygamy was waspracticed waspracticed waspracticed
practiced here in the Mormon 10 colony N colonybats IOny IOnyhas i ihas
has made its final report to Judge JudgeDole JudgeDole i iDole
Dole The Th report says Ut there re > is no noevidence noPvI4ejw
evidence that polygamy was y ever ver prac practiced practiced peartired ¬ I
ticed in the Hawaiian islands islandsRegarding isiandflRegardln islandsRegarding
Regarding the heavy poatoflUce p deful defalcation defulration defulcation ¬
cation in the office at Koloa Kauai Kauaithe Kauaithe Kaunithe
the jury ju stated that It snowed sbo a need needof nef needof tI tIof >
of a more effective eff < Uve and nd prompt audit nuditsystem auditsystem auditsystem
system and more inspectors the Koloa Koloaoffice Kolulloffit Kolutoffice
office in which the shortage amounted amountedto I Ito Ito
to 27060 i 80 not having been inspected inspectedfor
for about two years y rs prior to the time timewhen timewhen timewhen
when the tit shortage was found foundThe foundThe foundThe
The Planters association has an announced annoultd anflounced ¬
flounced a raise In the wares wa etJ of Japan Japanese ¬
ese plantation laborers taking effect effectSlay effectMay effectMay
May 1 1 The effect of the advance gen generally generalb getsra11y ¬
erally te pm to raise e the pay ofthe of the com common common coinmon ¬
mon laborers from 16 16 to to18 1S a munth munththe monththe
the 01 allowances AUowanrcsoC of living exponsos in inaddition inaddition inaddition
addition to wages remaining reJIMlln ng the same sameas sameas sameas
as before
i j Approach of the fourth division of the tneRussian tbeRussian theRuslaii
Russian Pacific squadron commanded commandedj
hy Vice Admiral Nebogalotr Sixl Sbcteea Sbcteeafreightladen n ni
j freightladen steamers are otf o Cape > St StJames StI StJames
James near here The TlaJIUlmRU8Sia1 TlaJIUlmRU8Sia1uadron main Russian Russiansquadron Ruseiaisquadron
I squadron uadron is said to be off the coast t of ofAnnam ofAnnam ofA
Annam AnnamHong A AnnamI nnam nnamHong
Hong Kong May S A special dis dispatch dispatch diepatch ¬
I patch from Saigon Cochin CU < hin China re reports reports reports ¬
ports that Rear Admiral 1Cebogatoffs 1Cebogatoffsdivision Ntbopatoffdivision Nebogatofradivision
division has passed p SMd Saigon A Russian Russiancruiser RussianI Russiancruiser
I cruiser was as off Honk Honkobe P bay b8 a short shortdistance MlOrtdistance shortdistance
distance north of Kamranh bay May Maya Maywhen
a when hen the British steamer stf imer Charter Charterhouse Chartehouse CharterhouseS ¬
house houseSwhirls which arrived here today passed passedthat passoothat passodthat
that point The Th b latter tter also noticed a acollier aOilier acollier
collier leaving the bay Ita y and steaming steamingeaKt steamingatast lelllRin lelllRint
eaKt t bw bttt the main J Russian squadron squadronwas squadroall
was all notxsent notxsentThe not seen seenI J JI
I The British Hriti i Hte a4eatmer t M > er r A Agolt g la from fromMaroran flomI
I Maroran har ntn Japan was sHopped stup d by byJ a aJapanese aInpnnese
Japanese J pUII cruiser in the Straits Stra t8 of ofKorea o oKona ofKorea
Korea After being Jtin questioned tl ttonetl about abouther aotlthtr shouther
her cargo a s rso o and n destination dtSUnal fn site was WIIS al allowed allowed idlowed ¬
lowed to i proceed proceedAmoy foe roceed roceedAmoy el elmoy
Amoy moy China bliss May S1 SVesselsi Vessels Ve arriving arrivinghere arrivinheort arrivinghere
here > report having sighted Japanese Japanesewarships Jiipsfletmewarships Tapltnea
warships a hi between bt tw n this port and Hong Hongkong Honfjkon1 Hwsgkong ¬
kong Japanese ships appear ap r off Amoy Amoyat lIlfJY lIlfJYat
at night ni ht and undoubtedly arc in com communication lomnnmkt coinniunhiuition ¬
munication nnmkt Ofl through throu 1t this plan with the theisland theIand thelitIssid
island Iand nf f Formosa FormosaA
A Jajanee line f of f sceuUj fl is reported reportedher Teportt1htIp reportedhere
her here to be around the southof south ut or Formosa Formosaand Formosaanti Formosaand
and another line Ins of scouts is said to toreach torfafll toreSell
reach Into the 01 Pacific from opposite oppositeTamsui fII4tf1ittTal11 oppositeTanssui >
Tamsui Tal11 ui in the th northern IIrth rn part of For Formosa I Fortisosa t tno ¬
mosa mosaA no a
A afpn censorship fpn orhiT is i > maintained over table tableimrsagrs ihieI
I imrsagrs In ag from Formosa FormosaANXIETY t FormosaANXIETY orm05a orm05aJ
Neutrality of France and the Out OutCome OutComc OutCoie
Come of the Situation Causes CausesApprehension CausesApprchc11Sion CaueAppreheuzion
Apprehension ApprehensionI
I Jotfkn < omk n May The editorial artiel artielin arlit1M arlit1Min arileliin
in this morning nlor < newspapers SIaPM reflect reflectlively reflectlively t M Mlivh
lively anxiety as to the outcome to the thedelicate Utedflka thedelicate
delicate dflka h situation involved in the t dispoSe ttispniebetwwit dillputeIw dispoSehrtwe
betwwit Iw wt > Tan and alM Prance on the neu neutrality neutrality lieutrllty ¬
trality qtktn < Hfttto < i Every allowance is i made madeifor madefor acc accfor
ifor for the difficulty Frame has to face fa e ant antit aIHfit aDdIt
it is i fully believed the French liretl < h governmeNt governmeNtis
is doing dui its utmost ut l to observe neutrality neutralityaccording neutsslityaccording utrat utratMttorditlt
according to her Interpretation Illterltn > talion of the theprinciples tileprlnctp theprhwlphs
principles prlnctp thereof t hENf f Whether the French FrencncoloniNl FrenchCoIonil1 Frenchcolonial
colonial authorities are equally anxious nxi 8 to toobey tooI to4they
obey oI y instructions in from Paris Is greatly greatlyuestkHif greatlyttaaeStiftucl aUy aUyclllfStiond
clllfStiond uestkHif l The T bend here i tI that they theyhave beyhave theyhave
have a strong i predilection > re < HIctk n in favor of BUS Russia nusSIM BUSshi ¬
sia irwl nd i ot c l accordingly accordinslyThe atdi ng 1 1TIM
The london newsj flf newspapers > at rs aka not conceal concealtlieir cHICt C4aCtlltheir tl tlthlir
their oiinion that the facilities Rojestven Rojestvenky RojftitvfmIky Rojestvensky
sky ky has ol oIltlin obtained Uiine l in French o n Jldl waters eo eostitnte eon eonlitllt conttitaitC
stitnte litllt serious rl18 menace Iat to Japans J tpan ability aMIityto
to retiin command cf f the sea ami al altboMgli aJtbottsIt xithough
though it is j not apprehended tpreht 1 that Japan Japanwill JaJN4nwl11 Japanwill
will fore the th situation tnath in a manner cal calculated calt caleasiated ¬
culated t to draw other + r newt H IOW W rs into the thestruggle thelnaggle thestruggle
struggle since in such developments would wouWsuit wouldstilt wouldsuit
suit Russias nn ias plans I strong gtroh appeals aJ is will W be bemade bemade bemde
made to the French government guf rrnttnt to avoid avoidthe ftvofdthe vohl vohlthe
the iHKOiibility of o such com etimpllcatlatais etimpllcatlataisNo plica Uom UomNo
I No further furth < r news has h been received receivedthrowing N ceiedI rcelcetlthrowing
I throwing light on the lie positions of the thefleets thefleets thefleets
fleets but according H < ordtRl to the Mails Hong Hongkong Ho 1longkong g gkon ¬
kong kon corresiM fOrit eoriesjnandent ndnt > a s secret conference conferenceof COftf rence renceo
of o British naval commanders was held IteMthere heldthere heldI
I there yesterday e ttrday Ctondn CtondnCHARLES Monday MondayCHARLESJ MondayCHARLES
Has Attack ttack of Pneumonia on Ranch Ranchof R nch nchof
of Father Near North NorthYakima NorthYakima NorthYakima
Yakima YakimaSckJ YakimaSMCId YakimaSaecla
< SckJ to Th T The llcm lIcT3Id lIcT3IdJ 11eridLos W WIMS
Los J Angeles Cal May Iay 8I LLaie Iae late aft aftcrooon 1IneMJOon aftcriieon
crooon David Keith received r ve4i a message messagesaying MefIIINIPsaylllllt meaongesaying
saying his mm Charles F o Keith is dan dangerously daftfrHush daisgermtsty ¬
gerously ill of pneumonia temonia on tilt ranch ranchlie raBdtJw ranchhe
lie bought recently near North Yakima YakfroaWash Yakhlutsh YakimatVaih
Wash sh On telegraphic advices Mr lIr Esk Kskrkige Eskrk1se Eskridge
ridge soninlaw of Mr Keith took the thefirst thenrst thefirst
first train from Seattle attle for North Yakima Yakimawith Yakilwith Yklinnwith
with a doctor and nurse and W V W WArmstrong WOrmtrong t tastrong
Armstrong left Salt I Lake ake tonight to ren render rendr render ¬
der every assistance jHweibk I KJtifIi ble Mr tr Keith Keithwill KeithviII Keithwill
will have on the limited tomorrow for forPortland forPorlhu forPortland
Portland via San Francisco While dis dispatches dlsIlatches disaatches ¬
patches at midnight report the patient patientvery patientel
very von el seriously ill it i IS hoped his youth youthand OIltll OIltlland OIIthand
and naturally good constitution will pull pullhim punhim pullhim
him through the th crisis crisisYOUNG JJIIYOUNG crisisYOUNG
Norfolk Va May S SThe8lenls SThe The parents of ofyoung1 ofyoung ofyoung
young Leo Fleischman who ho after a asmall f1small asmall
small fortune had been spent in an au ef effort effort effort ¬
fort to locate him was found enlisted enlistedas
as a naval apprentice e here her have de decided decided tieelded ¬
cided not to take him out of the navy navyThoy navyThey navyThey
They stiy uy they have been informed inonnedthut hsjnedthat informedthat
that with application to his studies nIt thalad nItlad thelad
lad will have an au opportunity t tQ enter enterlAnnapolls enterAnnapols I
lAnnapolls naval academy and as he helikes h helikes j jlikR
likes the navy Ita they will m leave 1f ve him to tostudy tostudy
study with Annapolis in vie view II IInudy
Sumptuous Banquet at One of theLeading the theLeading theLeading
Leading Hotels HotelsFIVE HotelsFIVE f fFIVE
I KXVER May Iay S SThe The eiitertainroeit eiitertainroeitI
I 0 I of President Roosevelt by the citi citil ciUXIIS ciiiZeiss
l zens of Denver tonight was as a fit Attinb fitting j jting
ting conclusion ltmlu of o H day f1a of royal wel welcmue welconic
conic a as he journeyed Utruwgit the slate slateof teof
of Colorado from roan Glenwootl l Spring SpringAH SpringsAll pringSAll I
All the th towns along the Ut Ienv Reryer < r r f Rk RioGratide > > j t
Grande > railroad over which h the presi jiresidetat j
dent traveled centered in the popula populations IOPulatiotJ populatitan ¬
titan at the lie stations l tt < to greet rtt him and andevery Mildvef andevery
every vef evidence fide of hearty h > uty good will was wasseen was2et1l wassee
seen see and heard The crowning cronin event efttearne eventcame 1 1came
came tonight in the > form form of o a banquet banquetI banquettendered i itendered
I tendered President Roosevelt by the theDenver theDenver
I Denver fliamber of Commerce at the theBrown UteDron theDrown
Brown Palacehotel Pnla Palace e betel hott1I betelSumptuous j jSumptuous
Sumptuous Banquet BanquetThis BanquetThifl Banquetrhle
This was j erhaps Ilf > rha pt the > moet n t sumptu sumptuous ftptI ¬
man ou affair ever nr held in the th state ami amithe 81H1the sisithe
the president ki nt was Va visibly Isibl pleased pt by bythe hythe bythe
I the pictur that unfolded itself to his hiseye h hfye hiseyes
eye as a he entered ffitf > rM the banquet hall hallKverything hall1Prythln hallEverything
Everything known to the decorators decoratorsart
I art was called into use to embellish the thecommodious thetoIl1Jf10HOIU thecoils
commodious coils inodiosis banquet ha isqizet > t hall Tricolored Tricoloredstreamers Tncobseustreamers CI CItrPKmerg
streamers and a 1141 shields intersppr int intersperseel intersperseelwith Iw rIl rIlith < eTl eTlwith
with ith pictures of the president JK pnt framed framedin
in flags a almost hid t lie walls al and andAmerir situ situAmerietci I IAmerilu i
Amerir Amerilu an beauties beaut on the tables added addedcolor addedcolor I IcoIor
color to the > scheme hm Potted > d plants plantswere plantswere I II
were liberally distributed clint ributeul throughout throughoutthe t tthe
I the hall ha II The menu n nt was a perfect perfectThroughout IHrfttI tiorfeetTinoughont I
Throughout the service rv < f of the courses coursesstringed CUrStlin8ed coursesstringed
stringed instruments im rum ntt blended in beau beautlful
j I tiful melody JnPlod The IwiKiuet began l n at ata
I js a ochtck ami s nil crMitinned until unl n 11 1 1 when whentlie W wheatthe t I
the > president jdtf1t wa was escorted orl l to his hisprivate hISprivatt hisprivate
private cr Rocket where he almost almostimmediately almostimmediately I Iimme
immediately imme cltly retired to await his de departure defor tielierture ¬
parture for < hi ha hirago < ago o at 7 oclock in the themorning tltemorning theniorialtig
morning morningi
f i Notable Speeches SpeechesPromptly SpeechesI SpeechesPromptly
I Promptly at 939 oclock the last lastI t
I r course of the elaborate menu was wasj wasIlaisteuland
j liHhshed Ilaisteuland hl led2nd and President James Temple Templeof
of the Chamber of f Commerce called talkflthe calledthe calledthe
the guests to order and introduced introducedChief inlJOdUteChief introducedChief
Chief Justice JU5t fP Wm II Gabltert who whoacted whoaCled whoacted
acted as toastmaster toa tmaster In a brief jf speech speechi sptehJumice sphJustice
i Justice Gabbert introduced intro YCfd the presi president Inositlent pseelclout
dent who rope amid cheers chee and re reapondect responuied
j sponded to the toast The Natk Nat Nati NtkAs NtkAs1Jo i i
j He was followed by Governor Jesse J JI JesseF j ji
i F McDonald who spoke on The TlieState TheI ThcState
I State t te arid Mayor Robert W S Sster Ssterwho eer eerwho er erf
who responded r > slmd l to the toast The City CitySenator Citynator CitySenator
f Senator nator Thomas M cI 1 Patterson Palte n then thensok thensjoke j jspoke
spoke sok to the toast The Th President PresidentAt
I At the conclusion c of the Ut speechmak speechmaking speechn1ttkling
ling ing patriotic airs were cre played by the thej theorchestra
j orchestra the five hundred participants participantsin
in the banquet singing in chorus Then Thenall TJttnall Thenall
f all surrounded the president pr kleJit and es escorted i icorted
corted him to rooms in the hotel where wherethey wherer wherethey esI
r they the r shouted Good night and andcheered imisicheered
cheered him for or several minutes Short Shortly ShortIY Shortly ¬
ly afterward Bfte ward the th president and his par party party party ¬ I
ty were driven to the station and en entered entered entered ¬
tered the cars for the night nightCLEVELANDJWENTIONED ni nshtCLEVELAND ht I ICLEVELAND
Equitable Directors Talk of New Ex Executive Executivc Executive
ecutive Head HeadNew
New York May S SThe The conference of ofEquitable ofEQliablf ofEquitable
Equitable directors dire < ttH3 was begun late this thisafternoon
afternoon > rnoolt with more than twenty di directors direclol diroctois ¬
rectors present including inhtdill the lie following followingLouis followingLouis I Ii
i Louis Fitzgerald Chauncey Chau ee M l1 Depew DepewH DpPeH
H C Doming George H Squire SquireCharles SquireCharles
Charles S Smith < c T Ledyard Blair BlairM
M It 1 E Ingalls In alls K r H Harriman Jacob JacobH
H Rchiff C B B Alexander M J Hartley HartleyDodge HartlyDodgc HartleyDodge
Dodge J E Denavarro Bradish John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son August Au st Belmont D O Mills MillsGeorge TillsGeorge
George J f Gould Thomas T Eckert EckertAlvln EckertAlvin
Alvin W Yo Krech John J McCook H HM HM
M r Alexander David H Moffatt and andJoseph
Joseph T Low LowA Lo LoA
A suggestion by implication was wasmade wasmade wasmade
made during the conference when M ME IIE ME
E Ingalhi In n9 after a speech in which hich he hetold hetold hetold
told of the necessity nel 5Slty > for a speedy set settlement 1Iettlement settleinent ¬
tlement of the difficulty urged for the thesociety thesotiety thesociety
society an executive of capacity a aman aman aman
man with experience and reputation reputationWe
We must get a man of the size and andability amInbilit 111 111ability
ability nbilit of Grover rover Cleveland Clev laJld said ld he heif heif helf
if we want to get the Equitable out of ofIts ofits ofits
Its present predicament predicamentRUMOR predle8menLRUMOR predicamentRUMOR
St Petersburg May Ia S 8S 8SensatIonal 8SensatIonalrusisors < S nsattonal nsattonalrumors l lrumors
rumors are current here that there therelias therehas therehas
has been a three days massacre of ofJews ofJews ofJews
Jews at Schiotuin the capital c P 1tal of the tlteprovince theIUOluce theiiOViIICO
province o or Volhlna in southwestern southwesternRussia SOth southweatrrnTtussla ttrn ttrnnusOIia
Russia The rumor has not been con confirmed eonlirmed ¬
firmed 1
Zions Pilgrims Enjoying the Hospitality Hospitalityofthe HospitalityofthePeople ofrthe ofrthePeople ofthePeople
People of Los Angeles AngelesNotable AngelesNotabl AngelesNotable
Notable Speech of Senator Clark Upon the Fruition of ofHis ofHisFondest His HisFondest HisFondest
Fondest Hopes HopesExcursion Excursion to Salt Lake Promised PromisedLos
Los Angeles Citizens CitizensI
Special to The Herald HeraldI HemldLOS
I I OS ANGELES May lay bl S SVith With loud loudI loudacclaim loudL
LOS I L acclaim the commercial bodies of ofSalt ofSaIt ofSalt
Salt Lake and Los Angeles to tonight toniht tonight ¬
night hailed Senator W V A l Clark as asthe asthe asthe
the matchmaker who had united 1 these thesetwo thesetwo thesetwo
two great cities using a wedding ring ringof ringof ringof
of steel bands This simile was In Invented InVCflted Invented ¬
vented by b former Governor Heber M MWells MWells f fVeils
Wells of Utah and when he used it at atthe atthe atthe
the reception given tonight by the Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles chamber of commerce in its itssplendid Itssplendid I Isplendid
splendid building to the Commercial Commercialclub >
club of Salt Lake he aroused warm ap applause ap1Iau applautme ¬
plause plauseThe 1Iau plautmeThe C CThe
The senator made a speech later in inj inhieh Inwhich
j which hieh he told of his plans to develop developthe deeloptlte developthe
the country through which the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Route Passes and to develop developcities the thecities thecities
cities of Salt Lake and Los Angeles AngelesHis AngelesJUs AngelesI
His I IIs speech aroused d an enthusiastic enthusiasticdemonstration enthusiasticdetnonstraUofl enthusiastictietnonstratlon
demonstration amounting to an ova ovation ovat ovatiuiti ¬
tion t
Reed Smoot a Feature FeatureAnother F FeatureAnother ature atureAnother
Another feature of the evening was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the oration of Senator Reed Smoot Smootwho Smootwho Smootwho
who provided a a special Utah bell for forknockers forknoekerS forknockers
knockers The apostlesenator aposUe Ator was wasnot wasnot Wasnot
not on the regular programme but the
chairman called on him him for ja a few re remarks remarks remarks ¬
marks He begun un by b saying that he hehad hehad hehad
had scanned the programme for the theevening theevenIng theevening
evening but he had noticed nothing nothingfor
for that good for nothing fellow from fromItab fromUtah fromVtah
Utah Reed Smoot He then referred referredto
to the pilgrimage of the hierarchy hierarchyfrom hierarchyfrom hlerarchyfrom
from Salt Lake to proclaim to the thecoast thecoast thecoast
coast citizens the existence of that thatecclesiastical that6tlefiast thatecclesiastical
ecclesiastical 6tlefiast < al body bod in Utah He de declared deftartd tieebared ¬
clared that no n > state in the Union was wasmore wasJ wassnore
more J loyal to the stars and stripes stripesthan stripestmul stripesthai
than Utah and then said saidYou saidYou saidYou
You have some knockers in Los LosAngeles LosAn LosAngeles
Angeles An eIes and we have them in Utah UtahWe Utahe UtahWe
We e have a mountain of brimstone in inUtah inUtall InUtah
Utah and you can ship them up there thereand thereand thereand
and they th y can make a hell of their own ownSome ownSome ownSome
Some Notable Speeches SpeechesA SpeechesSkinner
A W Skinner a Los Angeles An eles bank banker ¬
er head of the reception committee committeewas con1 1ittee 1itteewas
was chairman After the handshaking handshakinghe
he introduced J O Koepfli Koep i president presidentof
of the Los Angeles chamber of com commerce comnttrcc cornmerce ¬
merce who bo extended a welcome to the thevisitors thevisitors thevisitors
visitors from from Salt Lake Former Gov Governor Go Gornor Govesnor ¬
ernor Wells president of the Commer Commercial Commercial Commercial ¬
cial club of Salt Lake responded in ina ina ina
a speech in which he referred to the thewedding theffidinb thewedding
wedding of two great cities by b Senator SenatorClark StnatorChtrk SenatorClarL
Clark He praised the senator and andurged andur andurged
urged ur M that the two cities work shout shoulder sAoufto shoutdci ¬
dci der to shoulder He spoke of the great greatresources breatr greatreSources
resources r nllces of Utah including the moun mountains mounla niountalus ¬
talus la U8 of iron and predicted a grist grtatfuture frtatfuture gristfuture
future for the commonwealth Gov Governor Govfntor Coyesnot ¬
ernor J T C r Cutler spoke of the IMJS IMJSsibilitieK 100sibUtties f fslttllities
sibilitieK of the two states united and andtalked andtalked andtalked
talked of the resources of Utah T E EGibbon EGibbon EGibbon
Gibbon of Los Angeles An t les vice icf president presidentand
and general g t1traI counsel of the SaIL Lake Lakeroute Lakeroute Lakeroute
route reviewed the history of the pro project projed proJoel ¬
jed telling tellin how 00 Senator Clark had hadmade hadmade hadmade
made it an accomplished fact after aftermany aftermany aftermany
many vicissitudes s had been paosed paosedthrough msseti mssetithrough ed edthroush
through throughThen throushTben throughThen
Then came Senator Clark himself himselfAfter hinttelfft himselfAfter
After ft the applause had subsided he hesaid hekl hesicki
said kl
Senator Clarks Speech SpeechMr
Mr Chairman LJ Lltdieg < > S anu < Gentlemen GentlemenThis CeutlumenThis n nThis
This is an occasion that I havp looked lookedforward looktdforard hackedforward
forward to with much pleasure and andIwijchl at1411tr1tht slatbright
bright anticipations It proclaims to th thworld theorlff the theworld
world orlff the opening up of o a new trans transcontinental transOfltiltental trailseotiasental ¬
continental railroad and marks the dawn dawnnf dawnof
of a new era of prosperity for two si siready It uiready 1 1rfady
ready grea tcommercial cities It and the thewide thewit thewIde
wide wit area ai of territory tributary to them themThese thelntwo themThese
These two cities different in many re respects re rets scsJcis ¬
spects < ts and particularly in is their indus industries industrifs ¬
tries and nd jwoductions twhl1iHn and competing competingwith com competingwit titlg titlgwit
with wit b each h other vt for commercial runlllMre tl su sUlreltl sUlreltlt supersati4y retti rettiacy
acy yet t working orkin together in the utmost utmostharmony utnl4 utnaestharmony > t thar
harmony har 10 Y for tho th hi general rwrnl good and pros prosperity lrnjPMt prosPrny ¬
perity PMt > are now linked together The Thedesert The4Psert
desert that hitherto effectually frffCtllan separated separatedthem scparatidthem para parat
them t has been J n practicallv annihilated annihilatedand annihiJtt annihiJttand
and the lh representatives rp tltativ ofooth o l th are clasp clasping dasping clasplug ¬
ing hands here tonight in fraternal greet greetings gNltin greettugs ¬
tugs in and a 114 enthusiastic fnthtlt 3sUc congratulations congratulationsProud con congratukctsmsProud rtulattls rtulattlsProud
Proud Moment in His Career CareerMingling CareerMi CareerMiug1itijr
Mingling Mi inJ here h re together 8t her tonight are aremany aremany aremany
many of the foremostmen forJ f t men of two typical typicalwestern typicalfStem typicalwestern
western communities 8 imbued with broad broadami broa broaand
and literal western ideas actuated actuat by h tho thosame th thsame thusame
same hopes and inspiration and andin POJS poescss poescssipa < SS SSinj
inj in that irrepressible and indomitable indomitabledetermination indomitabledetermination indomitable4etermlnatlono
determination lito < to do something awl not notto m notI > t ttn
to I be outdone by any other people 0 0parth > in inearth n nearth
earth Now No I feel f 1 that to be identified identifiedand identifi1and ldentifiuland
and have a place with such people and andsuch andudt antisuch
such < communities s is an honor of which whichanyone whifhanyone whichanyone
anyone may be justly ju = ty proud and I want wantto wantto wantto
to say right here that I have never ex experienced tx1Jerien cxisstented ¬
perienced 1Jerien fd a prouder moment in all my mylife mylifp mylife
life To have been in any way instru instrumental instrumental instrumental ¬
mental in bringing such people into intotouch IlitotOllCh Intotouch
touch with each dl othor and particularly particularlywhen partieularlywhen particularlywhen
when the be bond comprises MX miles mt of ofste ofst ofsteel
ste st steel l 1 is to me a source of neverending neverendingsatisfaction neverendingsatisfaction neverendingsatisfaction
satisfaction and delight delightAn dt delightAn ltght ltghtAn >
An Accomplished Fact FactThe FactThe FactThe
The San Pedro Los Angeles Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake > railroad is an accomplished fact factSome factSome factSome
Some people I P1e may have to pinch them themselves themSt1es themselves ¬
selves to realize it but it is there in ineffacaWy ineffacably ineffacably
effacably on the maps and some of you youhave YOUhav youhave
have verified it by a trip over Its rails railswhich r railswhich i1s i1swhich
which you have assured me m was a de delightful deHghtful tielightful ¬
lightful one About three years ago I Iwas Iwas twas
was entertained by a committee of this thischamber thischamber thischamber
chamber of commerce I had then ac acquired acqulrd acquired ¬
quired control of the Los Angeles Ter Terminal Termitsui cr crminal ¬
minal railroad with a view of extending extendingit
it to Itah tah I outlined to you 011 my plans plansand plapstl1 plansalid
and determination to build a line to Man ManIAkc ZaltLake aU aULake
Lake and I have always felt gratefftl Snttef l to toyou toyou toyou
you gentlemen for the substantial help helpawl helpand helpaiwi
awl assurance of good will which I re received Ity1 sceelscut ¬
ceived y1 from y you u Some time afterwards afterwardsI
I was wa the honored recipient of a rom romplil com complimentary cornplintentary ¬
plimentary plil tnbuT banquet giVen by the Com Commercial Commercial Cornmercial ¬
mercial club of Salt Lake many 1JItUt of the theprincipal tbeIrindpal thelrittpal
principal promoters of which I am ampleased amleaSfd ampleased
pleased leaSfd to meet here tonight toni bt To them themI
I rave the same assurance of a speedy speedyrail SIeedyran speedyrail
rail connection > nneetk > H with the City of the theAngels theAnscJs theAngels
Promises Made Good GoodAH GoodAll GoodAli
AH these promises I have made good goodas
as this bringing brlmin together of the two peo peoples peopw peopies ¬
pies to exchange cordialities confirms confirmsI
I cannotexpress csn canhl4Jt ot XJlrtSS to you 011 the supreme supremedelight sup supmedrlight me medelight
delight which this occasion and this ac accomplishment acrompiishment accomplishment ¬
complishment affords me All my Tiest Tiesthopes rrthopes sthopes >
hopes have been h n more than realized The Theprospects Theprot Theprospects
prospects prot > ptocts for an immense business are areexceedingly arefxeet areexceedingly
exceedingly fxeet din > I bright and the principal of officers offirers offirers ¬
firers tile general manager and bends of ofdepartments otciJNtrtments ofdepartments
departments are all beaming with en enthusiasm fnthu3la enthuniasm ¬
thusiasm thu3la m Never for one moment mumentth moment5 moment5the t tthe
the th commencenient eomJ1t nCepJeDt of the enterprise nave naveI
I had any apprehension appre1ttn lon on that point Iw I Iwant twant
want w nt however to assure you 011 that the thedollars thedollars thedollars
dollars and nd cents nt feature was not alto altogether altobethel altogetPter ¬
bethel the governing motive motiveFuture motheFuture motiveFuture
Future Development DevelopmentThere
There are numberless fields for the theemployment theeml thseemployment
employment eml loyment of capital with the th promise promiseof
of adequate returns where perhaps less lesscare lesscare lesscare
care and worry wouljjbe would t lit Involved but butwhereon butwhere butwhere
whereon where on the other nand antJ there would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be less opportunity opporttln to become a factor factorIn
In a great national enterprise for the ex expansion expan cxpasnalois ¬
pan lon of commerce and the > bringing lrl j nf nfa ttrR af afa
a great undeveloped empire elJp accessible a lble to tothe tothe tothe
the benefitS of civilization elvil stttJon In the lie vast vastarea vastarea vastasmt
area of mountainous mineral lands lying lyingtributary lyingttihMtaw lyIngtributary
tributary t toOt to our r pg pe4 d in in Utah c id Ne Nevada Neaf1tJ Nevui1k
vada af1tJ the moatv moatvbeen ntj5t wdrntd 1 d orif s have havebMn haveb4n
been made and andycr gepoalts fOt4 S nf oIaI 11 an anti sail sailver 11 11cr
ycr cr ores whose extent tenl and richness ric1ill s ex ¬
cite the wonder of ta tile HWBt sag saiutae saiutaeprospectors lfie lfiepropectora lIe lIeproepetora
prospectors and miners Ita he hess e gs gsposed 114 114PM isv isvposed
posed PM d In due course c6urse ae vcrmaneHt e evelopnt e evelopinents t tvelopntents
velopntents velopnt ts may warrant we hop hope 16 ex extend extend oxtend
tend railway facilities to these districts districtsGreat dlsttrietGreat distitietatGreat
Great Work of Irrigation IrrigationThese IrrigationTJMose IrrigationThese
These fields Ci lds are attracting a large Urgepopulation largepopulation largepopulation
population and towns and rftlaaa will be beiMillt beMint hobuilt
Mint uj that will furnish traffic for ferUI f forthe r rth
th UI ro road d and business for such cow cowcial COIWIM1 COIWIM1cial er ercml
cial centers as Salt Lake > and Los Anpe Anpetes A Angelea
lea as well ell us for the smaller town trios trtootary trJ trJtary triostury
tary to them There Is another faet factor faetotat r rat
at work whose hJSe possibilities we must not notoverlook lOtoverlook fliitoverlook
overlook and that is Irrigation The TheernnKnt poe government poeernusent ¬
ernment has undertaken a great wjrk Bit of ofreclamation ofrechunaUon ofreclamation
reclamation of arid and semiarid totals 1aJMISin na nain
in an intelligent and vigorous eu WaY varupon and andlIpot1 andupon
tile bows bowsof Madof heatsof
upon a comprehensive scale on t
of storage of torrential flood wmt waled awl awldiversion anddiversion 1 1t1tverslon
diversion of the same when required w wthe tn tnthf tothe
the arable lands From experiments eSJeItmenLIhy Jnatte Jnatteby tuadeby
by our engineers prompted by the th car acarcity carcity searcity
city of water vn on the t he desert d rt dhd div m of orthe oftht ofthe
the road I am firmly convinced that ar artesian artesian a atesian ¬
tesian water in abundance may ma be beveloped hev 40 40vidoptsi
veloped v Optf1 in many localities where whc > re the large largeareas aIparcA8 arge argearctics
areas of valuable and nd fertile lan Ia landi H as for forexample forexample forexample
example in the Las Vegas Ve valley may IINIYJRAde be bemade bemade
made productive productiveDesert JlrOOUCtiVeDesert jirOdIietIVCDesert
Desert Will Blossom BlossomIf
If this can be done then In4 I Indeed il my mywe JMQwe me mewe
we reaitae the force and beauty uty ana an41111tb an41111tbo tntcnof tntcn tttiof
of o that oftrepeated poetic allusion alhro alhro1naklng ix ixmaking to tosnaking >
making the desert rt btooBom ait the tbeThfIn rose roseThen roseThen
Then indeed may we expect to see some inomeof fII8IIIi8of someof
of the now desolate but graceful rul rulMnd toastas toastasand baslasand
and valleys on the line of the Salt Lake IAkeroute Lakeroute Tafc Tafcroute
route transformed into verdant mea meadows mta4owBUd meadowsand oWB oWBand
and fruitful fields With the bcjrwiinK bcjrwiinKof begnnbif 1tIIInfr 1tIIInfrof
of if autumn months it is tbe int inteutfon < nton Dtonthis of ofthis efthis
this company to install a daily limited limitedservice Ibllllteelservice limitedservice
service from this city to Chicago in 11 Cn connection Cnt1oetoon cnnetlion ¬
nection with other roads roa and then we wehoi we1tOlH wehope
hoi hope > e to give ive ve you a twentyfour Loss towrschedule 1 1hedule Lossschedule
schedule hedule to Salt Lake and about weventy weventyeight IleVtI1t7ei aevesitjeight
eight ei nt hours to Chicago Chlca o Such additions additionsiMislness H Hto additioSOto
to the local service will be made as tII8 tII8huMIKII6 tkelasatnesat
iMislness may ma warrant Within an annther an another another ¬
other decade tlfC ldc < we all hope to wiineaoi wutn tile tfeecompletion tileOOttIpleUon thecompletion
completion of the Isthmian canal canalGreat can canalGreat l lGreat
Great Possibilities PossibilitiesThe
The harbor of San Pedro now betas betasimproved heIIIgimproved brlagimproved
improved by the government and by this thiscompany tin tincolltpany thisconupsjsy
company is the first protected harbor harbornorth harbornorth hashernorth
north of the canal The distribution di tnbtt Jlt1 of ofthe ortire Osthe
the great commerce COIftJ1ll > rce which It will ring lringto ringto
to the eastward and to the northeast northeastlimit no nocihetlimit bE8llt bE8lltlimit
limit of its possible po availability will flow flowas flowas flowas
as naturally from this harbor a4 a water waterflows waterflows ater aterflows
flows along he lines of least t resist rNistulCl rNistulClThe ressstaneiThe anc ancThe
The maintenance of the open dror In fnChina InChina inChina
China which Uncle Sam will surely look lookafter Jeokaftfll hookafter
after the elevation of Japan by Us t ta Own wwnbrilliant ownharililunt
brilliant achievements to rank with ltIt the theKrettt thet thegreat
I Krettt t powers of the world and our pwn pwnoriental tWf1orlent1 ewnoriental
oriental possessions ons now being developed developedpoint fMvcloped1JO developedpoint
point 1JO llt surely to rapidly increasing lnerPast traffic trafficI trafficwith
I with the orient and a line of steamship steamshipfrom lItama steamshipsfrom 1tp4 1tp4from
from San Pedro harbor to the unfoldIng unfodSnircommercial unfttdl unfttdleOlltlJlfrMal unfoldIngcommercial
commercial centers of the orient is no novagary IIttVAgal 1st 1stvagary
vagary or idle dream and it iq installment installmentat
at no distant day will sorely IRlreiyTrip cove coveTrip ccspeTrip
Trip to Salt Lake Promised PromisedThis PromisedTh
This Th visit v lrit of your Utah friend frk whom whomyon witomyon whomYost
yon are ano so o graciously entertaining tOOfettt tOOfetttwill tosjgbtwill t twin
will result tt in much m < h pleasure J rt the foroH fontlua fov fovtlu foroHtlwn
tlwn tlu o 1 enduring friendships f and Mod Modmutual JlNehInutualadvaJl macbmutual
mutual InutualadvaJl advantage f In order that the nsn nsncan esitcan
1 can an be returned if you OU so desire it W s1l s1lhe U Ube 1 1be
be the pleasure asu of the railway company companyto
to place Jlat at your disposal dispt R1 within a few fewweeks fewwpeks fewweeks
weeks similar transportation n facilities faclliti to toenable tonahk toenable
enable > you e1 to ci enjoy the facilities of o th thpood t tofl the thegood
good ofl people of Salt I Lake > ake where y yvIII yvIIItt yost will Trtllget willget
get tt a hearty welcome And now my myfriemls myfriends myfriends
friends of southern nthenl California I waist to toavail toRyail toavail
avail myself IJI flf of this thi opportunity to thank thankyou thankyou thankyou
you in behalf of myself mY8f > Jf and all ttawie t as associated 85iatffl assockt1d ¬
sociated iatffl with me for all your kltHMjr acts actsand aetsand setssad
and generous erOtI encouragement pntou ment attire the theItepinning t tltetitllling theIcrginning
Itepinning of S1 this t hi enterprise t We e hope rpe to toreciprocate tnr toreciprocate
reciprocate r ipnM te by giving you 011 prompt nail amireasonable an anreasonaJle nailreusonaftic
reasonable service and doing whatsoever whatsoeverlies
lies ii in mir J power > ower wr to promote the inter interests Interts intereMs ¬
eMs ts awl iial I prosperity of t your mr beautiful and andwonderful saidwessierfad > 1Id 1IdWfIMkrfll
wonderful city and of all its marvelous marvelousFacts issarvelseasurroundings ts tssUfTllndl
sUfTllndl surroundings surroundingsFacts
Facts About Salt Lake LakeJudge LakeTlJd LakeJauige
Judge TlJd e E ii F Colburn ef Salt Lake LxJrefollowed fefollowed LakecHewed
followed with a characteristic tic spaed spaedwhich peerIawhich apeorkwhich
which was frequently interrupted iJIt ITUpted JJy JJyaltlau bya1P1Use y yapplause
applause and cheers He told tow towIr JowMr bowMr
Mr Ir Gibbon had sprung long cotesnas cotesnasof C4
of figures on the Salt Lake Commer Commercial C Conusercml D IIeIrial ¬
cial club at its banquet in Senator Senatorlarks SenatorIarks Senatorlarks
larks honor I01lOr and at that time be bad baddetermined haddeltrmined baddetermined
determined to get even He thereupon thereMsontold thereltpontoM
told a few facts regarding regard the great greatness petttfWN greatneos ¬
ness of Salt Lake and poke of the theSalt theSalt theSalt
Salt Lake route as a great monument monumentto
to Senator Clark The speech k of ofSmoot DCStnoot ofSmncot
Smoot followed whereupon the recep reception reception receptims ¬
tion broke uu uuContinued anContinued i iContinued
Continued on Page 2 2FREEDOM 2r 2rCD
Russian Reform as Planned Is Far FarShort FarShort ParShort
Short of the Deserts of ofThe ofI ofThe
I The People PeopleSt
St Petersburg May 9 307 a ni mreport mA mAreport A Areport
report defining d finlng the form and character characterof
of the new branch of the government governmentto
to be created in accordance with ith the theimperial th9imperial theimperial
imperial rescript of March 3 is i current currentin t tiu
in official circles cirel S here here according to towhich towhich towhich
which the friends of the Bouiigan com commission commission centmission ¬
mission have taken the form of a a rec recommendation recI recommendation ¬
ommendation for the creation of a azemsky aemsk azemsky
I zemsky emsk sovviet or council of zematvog zematvogelected sem tvoselected zemstvorelected
elected indirectly through the aemstvoB aemstvoBto
to serve as a connecting link between betweenthe betw betwthe betweenthe
the emperor and the people peopleEmperor peopleI peopleEmperor
Emperor I mperor Nicholas is said to have ac accepted ACt ACtcelted accepted >
cepted the report of the comralcjslon comralcjslonand
and the date of its proclamation h hbeen has hasbeen baabeen
been tentatively fixed for May 18 18The 11The 1 1The
The main features of the reported reportedscheme reportedscheme reportedscheme
scheme are an organization organizationfrom comprising comprisingfrom couspilatagfrom
from 5 500 to 600 members elected by the thezemstvos thezernstvout
I zemstvos the system being extended extendedto ext ttcted ttctedto
to all parts of the empire while the theautocratic theautocratic theautocratic
autocratic power to the emperor will willremain willremain willreinaiti
remain undiminished the assemblies assembliesprivileges asrerssbljepprivileges Iiw Iiwprivileges
privileges being advisory with the theright tJaeright theright
right of interpellating inter natin the ministers ministersand mlni ministersnsa ten tenand
and nsa discussing dl ussing the budget when forum formulated fOtmItlated forumhated ¬
lated though the ministers continue continueto
to be responsible only to the emperor emperorwhose emperorwhose emperorwhose
whose will will 111 remain the supreme supremelaw supremelaw supremelaw
law Elections will be held during the thesummer esummer thesummer
summer in order that the first Jlrstor aeqsJon aeqsJonof
of the new assembly may open on MINov onNo onNor
Nov No 15 15Though 15Though 15Though
Though such a aetnsky 3etn8k sovviet will willfail wUlfnil willfail
fail to satisfy ti8f the liberals who are arecalling arecalling arecalling
calling for a full plunge plu e into eonUta eonUtationalism CODIItitut coustitutionahisan
tionalism t universal suffrage K respon areapensible responsible responsible ¬
sible ministry etc the recommenda recommendation omJle la lation ¬
tion of it it if that really lias been adopt adopted adOpteel adopted ¬
ed by b the Bouligan commissIon wilt wfilgo wBIgo wiltgo
go far toward meeting meetln the wishes 8t 8tthe rthe 1 1the
the conservative con ervatiYe liberals liberalsNO liberalsNO liberalsNO
Washington May 8Am icAmbassador Ambassador Cto Ctoate CIIPate Caate
ate has cabled the state Itpar Irpartnsnt kr arrmnt mat matthe tliatthe thatthe
the British foreign rord n office utfl has refused to togrant togrunt 0 0grant
grant any further clemency to Mr MrFlorence Jln JlnFlorence eac eacFlorence
Florence Maybrick WB 1 wh recewUy Uy UyaVIJIca made HMpveavpUcation madeaPPlcallou
avpUcation aVIJIca on through the State depmrtmsjBt depmrtmsjBtfor d i lt 1 t tfor
for a complete imrdon imrdonIt rlon rlonIt
It appears that Mrs MaybHck was ant njwtgranted ItUtgnm antgranted
granted gnm a roaittlete tOIItI Iet pardon hut waj lUre lUreItItWd w is isleased s slensed
leased Irons hH tia0eas hHOti 2M 1t 1tnnliltiom ujwst pp ppemamiltiomsa BBf < nln nlnconditions
conditions and 3IMfshe she is but 1611 > u IctAnicaJly t tiic lly un under under tilttier ¬
der sentence

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