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< Copper Oftper I casting I 14c 14 per r l
President Shea Is Now the Stum Stumbling StnmbIing ¬
bling Block BlockGOMPERS BJockGOMPERS Blo k kGOMPERS
r HICAGO May IS 1SPeace Peace in the theteamsters Uteteamsters theL
C L teamsters strike ir II still tlIt hanging hangingIn hll hllill hMigiuIii
In the balance and theuglr1t tlte l Jl1t is isgenerally isEnerally isgenerally
generally expected that a svjraeiwent svjraeiwentwill Si tffiIenent tffiIenentwilt lhntent lhntentwill
will soon oan he I e reached reac U1itQeM8 It soefee oeiefurthr tonight tonightfurther t tfurther
further away than it did did twentyfour twentyfourhours twentytour110Urs twentyfourhours
hours ago agoIt agoIt 130It
It was confidently asserted aSIoerted by the theTeam theTam theTeam
Team Owners association a ocIaUon that the theteamsters thetf thetanister
teamsters tf > had consented to toarbftrate toarbftrateith arbitrate arbitratev
v ith them the question of whether or orriot orrIot orTot
riot union teamsters should mak de deliveries cenri deeris
liveries nri eris to the boycotted houses Presi Presidiit Pre8idnnt PreSi9t
diit Shea of the Teamsters Team ters union to toia toay toiay
< ia iay ay > upset this arrangement arran ement entirely entirelyBlaring entirelc entirely1aflg
< Blaring that he had never > r agreed to toany toaTI toaty
any aTI such proposition propo itiQn Members of the theTV theTam theTam
TV Tam am Owners Ownf > r8 association n however howeverstated howevertat howeverstated
stated tat > just as positively that the oflt ofltmis 0 0IRIs o11ials
< IRIs of the Teamsters union had hadAgreed hadF hadgreed
Agreed F gr to such an arbitration arbitrationMeeting arbitrationMeeting arbitrationMeeting
Meeting Was Arranged ArrangedThis ArrangedThis ArrangedThie
This misunderstanding misund r tandinK caused eHu a a halt haltli baith haltit
li it the impending settlement and a artfoting A11ffting aceting
rtfoting ceting was arranged for tonight ton ht be bet
t wcen fcn the team owners and the teams teamsters teanwtfT teaz teaztr ¬
ters tfT
At t the headquarters heauart of both organi organi2tti organittins I I2aUnns
2tti 2aUnns ns it was denied that such a meet meeti
i ig g was wa to be held heldIt heldIt heldIt
It is positively known howevftr that thatRiot thataTTan thatairngements
aTTan airngements ts were Jn3c1e na e for the con coni
i rIe rc tre
Riot Yesterday YesterdayFor
1 1For
For the first time in several days a ariot abroke I
riot T iot broke o out t U 1 lday day and there t re were wereHumorous
11 Humorous fights between nonunion nonunionin I
in 1T1Pll on and the union teamsters One of ofthr oftll ottlI
thr tll disturbance at Twentysecond Twentysecondstreet Twenty nd ndHrtf
street > t and Indiana avenue A enue blocked all allt
t raffle and delayed street cars for half halfii halfhour
< ii 1 hour The police were Wf > rf compelled compelledtr
tr use their clubs vigorously vigoro 51y in order orderto orderto oer oerto
to disperse ii isper e the crowd and made several severalurit severallHItits severaltrz
urit lHItits sts One On Q of the nonunion drivers for fortbo forhf forhc
tbo hf wholesale grocery house of Steele SteeieW SteelfY SteeleWddl
W Wddl Y ddIea dle Co who was as the original originaltuse ori < < In1 In1IUf
< tuse of the outbreak through throu h no cause causeof caUBeof causeof
of his own was badly beaten before beforetho beforeth beforethe
the th police roli could save him himUnion himUnion himUnion
Union Teamsters Attacked AttackedIn
In some me portions of the south side a avigorous ajgoroutl avigrous
vigorous antagonism to union men has hasdeveloped hasdPHloptd hasdveIoped
developed Several union eamters eamtersu am8ersWoff
Woff u v ro > attacked today near TWentyslxth TWentyslxthstreet
street and Wentworth avenue and their theirtliion theirJI1ion theirTflJfl
tliion buttons torn off The men J eI1 were werevigorously weretgflrously ere ereigorousl
vigorously igorousl punished before making makingtheir makingtneir makingF
F their escape escapePresident e5apePrE escapePresident
President PrE > ident Samuel Oompers 00nt1 elS of W the theAmerican tileAmerkan theti
ti American Federation of Labor who has has1fon haslINn ha hairpit
lINn in Chicago hica o for the t past two days daysTiogotiating dysTlfgotiatin daysricgotiatlng
Tiogotiating for peace in the present presenttrouble pre prsntti t tt
trouble t ti lOU oule le left for Dayton Ohio tonight tonightlipfore tonightlffort tonightEfore
lipfore leaving the city Mr > > r Oompen Oompenf Gomners4ij
f 4ij < i id < l that so far he had accomplished accomplishedT
T ry > little but the th prospects I ts were that thatboth thatboth thtboth
both sides des would ould ld soon K D be able to reach reachfc5 nllChr reckpI
r pI ltt > ls fc5 where wh a settlement t1ement of the dif difIulties dlffLulties difj
Iulties j ulties satisfactory to both interests interestsnould inter internuld intertsWOuld
WOuld nuld be decided upon uponWhite uponVhn uponVhiIe
White Vhn I am anxious to s Pf ee an amic amicrbip amicblt arnietile
rbip tile adjustment adjust nt of the difficulty said sMTi saidTI saidGompers
Ti Gompers still tfll I am not in favor favortf favorf
tf f the > teamsters teatDMh 1 surrendering uncon unconditionally UlKOnlit uncontionaDy ¬
ditionally lit ionall and I am of th opinion that thatthey thatthE thatthey
they thE will not have to do so If the thet the1uble
t 1uble Ubte still exists when w n I return to toChicago toChiMlgo tohicagn
Chicago next xt Saturday I will take up upfhr upth Upth
fhr th matter > r where I leftfoff this alter afterTnon alterI
Tnon I 1 > on and continue my efforts to bring bringa bringatout
a atout out a settlement of the controversy controversyRefused controvef1lTRefused eontmverayRefused
Refused to Answer AnswerPi AnswerPnsident
Pi 1 Pnsident sident Shea She of the Teamsters Teamstersunion Teamstersunion Teamstersint
union int fl was the t chief witness in the theIT
IT 1 a ring ariuJ today before Master in inehan inehannnaD Chan Chanry
ry Sherman nnaD He re rffu rFfuse4 fused to answer answertin anSWfrth answerth
tin th great gr t majority of questions put toldnl to toliini toInni
liini declaring dedari that his answers would wouldt
t lul 1 to incriminate him His Hi evidence evidenceS vidences
vs s interrupted by repeated repeal F d wrangles wranglesli wran wran1twf wranglestweeii
li 1twf tweeii 11 the attorneys attornt s which onsumed eonsnedruh < onsumednu nsuaneclrmh
nu rmh h time and in which both sides din dfeTlayed dl8lJaYf dinlayed
Tlayed > d much bitterness bitter Finally In hilr Injr Inir
< < lr to allow the belligerent b < lIi rent lawyers lawyerssufficient lawyersliffidnt lawyerssfuijnt i i
sufficient time in which hith to cool their theirItssions tlteirr
i r Itssions i 9Siols the master ma tt > r adjourned > d c court C4M1rtwrlJ courtl < Mrt MrtTisrii
Tisrii l t ii tomorrow I morning morningThe MOrn IuoeningTho ng ngThp
The parents alff1ts of six school children thiidrenVvlio childrenho hUdrenho i
Vvlio ho have taken part in the > strikes be heiause bel beau40
l iause use of dillyery d Jlyery of coal by nonunion nonunionTVon nOI noiuzfoiwere unlon unlonTUII
TVon were wtJ arraigned today before beforeJustice beforeltice befoeT
Justice T stiec Hurley and each one of them themfilled tJtmf
f filled d I J2t and costs < for not sending the thechildren thedlihlren thelilliren
children to school schoolor 5ch4oI1ther
or 1ther her ht > r arraignments arndpm nt5 will be made to tor 10rurro tor
r rurro lorrow rrow
End Endin in Sight SightThE SiqlitThe SightThe
The > team t8l owners and the officials of ofth ofth ofth
th Teamsters Team ters union held he a protracted protractedr
r > > ting tonight to discuss dwu I the > arbi arbitration arbitration arbitrtion ¬
tration of the question of
whether wh > ther or orii ort ort
ii < > t the members of the union em empi emPYtd empiyd
pi PYtd nd by b the members of the Team TeamOwners TdlnOwners Teamowners
Owners association s ociation shall make delfv delfveiios deftvnips 4eflvcries
nips to houses totI8eS affected by the strike strikeThe strikeThe strikeThe
The team owners demanded that thatIrivers tbatrinrs thatrivrs
Irivers rivrs should make deliveries to any anyplare
L plare rIiu to which in the ordinary o course courseof COUrseIt
f T of It business they might be sent sentttinsters Th Thtfimsters ThtfnTIsters
tfimsters accepted this but stipulated stipulatedthat IItlpulated stlpulate1th4t I Ithat
that the rule should not apply to tohouses to11OUSS I I
houses where the boycott existed existecdiffrence The Thedifference Thedifff
difference difff > rence between the two propositions propositionsreally propositiOnsra1iy I
really covered all of the tti questions in involved inoived involved ¬
volved in the present nt strike and at ati i
1 130 i 30 in the morning morni the meeting broke brokeun broIeVP J Jtin
tin the members of the Teamsters TeamstersJoint TeamstersJ
Joint J snit council announcing that they theywould tlleynuld theyvul4 1
would nuld make a reply to the team own owners owners ¬
ers > rs tomorrow night Upon pon this answer answerdepends answerd
depends d rends the t possible spread of the thestrike the5trike thestrike
strike or its virtual end endTh endTh endThe
Th The < cab drivers at a meeting which whichlasted ldeb t IJ
lasted J 4 led untilafter until after midnight decided decidedthat dtjjthat I
that they would hereafter deliver pas pasEfngers ptUSP1 getssengers >
Efngers SP1 ers to whatever point they the Wi wishedt wished IIed I It It
t go 0 no matter whether a strike ex exf j
isftd 1 > I P < l at the place pla or not notEMBEZZLED notI notEMBEZZLEDMONEY I
Des Moines Iowa May IS lSCar Carl arl M MSpencer MSpencer i I
Spencer a former trusted employe of ofthe i ithe
the Des Moines National bank was in todieted indicted indiCtOd I
dieted by the federal grand rand jury today todayon
on < > 1 a charge of embezzlement and for foralleged foralleged foralleged
alleged fraudulent entries ent in the banks banksbooks ballksbooks banksbooks
books The amount of Spencers al alleged alIpged 1 1leged ¬
leged fraudulent entries and shortage shortageand sh rtae rtaea ria e eand
a and for which he is being prosecuted prosecutedvill pro proeeeutedivill eeuted eeutedill
vill ill not exceed 5900 800 Spencer in a aconfession acnfeseion
J confession < made prior to the indict indictment indictment Indictnient ¬ t
ment said for many mn years annually he hehad behad he1ad
had be been < n taking takin an invalid son east ea eafor easttor astfor
for medical treatment He claims to tohave tolave tobave
have lave been unable to meet the expenses expensesincurred expen expensesnuurred tS tSinurred
incurred by the medical attention and andto andto andtti
to save the boys life he took money moneyfrom mone monerom moneyfrom
from rom his employer employerFOUND employerFOUND employerFOUND
Seattle May 18 18A A corpse orp e supposed supposedto suJJM Md
t to be that of oCj John Oleson Ol n was found foundfloating found1oatIng I
J floating In the thh bay today toda r It had been beenin beenin
in the th water several weeks Papers PapersIn
In the clothing indicated that the body bodywas bodyas i itvas I
was as that of Oleson Oie on who was formerly formerlyan
an employe DC f the Seattle Hardware Hardwarecompany flortiwarecompany ard8lecompany
company company1k
Vessels V essols Were Only 150 Miles Off the theCoast theCoast theCoast
Coast of Annam AnnamTOKIO AnnamTOKIO
C ING IXGAPORE A PORE May IS 1SThe The Russian Russianfleet RU88ianlleet RussianiD
S iD fleet was in latitude 1380 north northand northand northand
and longitude llW U 11J east about 12 12miles 1t 1tmiles 1 1miles
miles northeast northe st of Cape Varella coast coastof coastor coastof
of Annanij AnlNUJl during the morning of May May1C MayII Iay IayIf
1C according to a report brought here hereby hereb hereby
by b the British steamer Hbngwan I IThe 1The IThe
The German Genn a steamer Segovia sighted sightedfortytwo sightedfortytwo sightedfortytwo
fortytwo sRuesten sssian ships forty iort miles milesfrom milesfrom milesfrom
from Cape Varella May li 1 steaming steamingslowly steem steamingslowly ng
slowly Iy north northThe northThe northThe
The latitude and andlongitude longitude in which whichthe whkhthe whichthe
the Russian Ru sian fleet was as reported by the tteBritish theBritish
British steamer Hongman I does not notindicate notIndica notInd1cat
indicate Indica that a naval battle is immi imminent Immirnmt Immiflout ¬
flout The Russians were on May 16 16only ISoflly igT1Y
only ° T1Y about ISO miles from the CTHU e coast ut of ofAnnam ofAnnam ofAnnani
Annam and apparently heading north northfor northfor northfor
for the waters of the island of Hainan Hainannear HalnAnneftI HaInnseer
near which according to a Hongkong
dispatch disp tdl ISA junks laden with pro provisions provisions proVisions ¬
visions were ere waiting for the Russian Russianfleet Russianeet Russian11eet
fleet eet Even in case Admiral Rojest Rojestvensky Rojestnsky RojestTenaky
vensky nsky decided not to take these sup suppiles SUPJllIe
piles I1eH on board or if the Hongkong H kont re report reitert report ¬
port is incorrect the Russian fleet May Ma
16 was w as still about Ttq 7t miles from the thesouthern Utesouthern thesouthern
southern part of the island i of Formosa Formosawhere FOI1ftOwhere Formoeswhere
where it has been asserted Admiral AdmiralTogo MlnAralTOlO AdmiralTogo
Togo may give battle and it is doubt doubtful doubtful doubtfiil ¬
ful if the fleet fl t can now make more than thanabout thant thanabout
about t 299 miles J I a day under the most mostfavorable ntO tisotravorpible t tfavontble
favorable circumstances circumstancesTOKIO clreutnstaneesTOKIO circumstancesTOKIO
Naval Battle in the Near Future Is IsGenerally IsGenerally IsGenerally
Generally Expected ExpectedTokkJ ExpectedTokio ExpectedTOkIO
Tokio May Iy IS ISNoonThe Noon The report reported reported reported ¬
ed departure of Vice Admiral Rojest Rojestvensky Hojestvtn1lkv Rojestvenaky
vensky from HonKoe bay northward northwardrenews northwardrene15 northwardrenews
renews rene15 the popular expectation of a anaval anaoYal anaval
naval action in the near future It is isbelieved isbelieved isbelieved
believed that Admiral Rojestvensky
having tilled his coal bankers and re resupplied resupplied
supplied his fleet ftt > t > t is now in a condition conditionto
to assume a ume the aggressive if he so de desires desires tiesires ¬
sires It is the th opinion of some that thatRojestvensky thatRojeshensky thatRojestvensky
Rojestvensky may make a demonstra demonstration demonstration demonstration ¬
tion in the vicinity ieinltv of the islands i landsoC landsoCFormosa of ofFormosa ofFormosa
Formosa and the Pescadores PescadOles and then thenenter thenenter thenenter
enter the Pacific en route for Vladivo Vladivostok Vladiostok Viadjvostok ¬
stok This however is purely specu speculative speculative speculative ¬
lative Everything depends upon Ad Admiral Admiral d dmind ¬
miral Rojestvensky9 Roje tvenskys plans mhich mhichwhile mhihwhile mhichwhile
while as yet et undisclosed may include includean
an n extended stay in southern waters watersIt
It is reported that the contractors contractorswho contractorswho contractorswho
who supplied the coal co l and provisions to toAdmiral toAdmiral toAdinLral
Admiral Rojestvensky R4Qestve sky in IndoChina IndoChlnawaters IndoChinawaters IndoChhmwaters
waters approached the French colonial colonialofficials colonialofficials colonialothcial8
officials prior to the arrival of the Rus Russian RussiIln RusSian ¬
sian fleet fleetSand eft and arranged a rendezvous rendezvousat
at Kamranh and It d HonKoe bays Con Confirmation Contirmation ¬
firmation of this report is however not notobtainable nototKainable notobtainable
otKainableRUMOR obtainableRUMOR obtainable obtainableRUMOR
Rojestvensky Has Not Asked to Be BeRelieved BeRelieved BeRelieved
Relieved RelievedSt
St Petersburg May Iay IS ISThe The fears fearsexpressed fearsexpressed fearsexpressed
expressed here yesterday that owing oin ointo
to the t e reported nervous breakdown Dre kdo I1 of ofVice orlee ofVice
Vice lee Admiral Rojestvensky the Russian Russianfleet Russianfteet Russianfleet
fleet in the far east would lose its pres present present present ¬
ent commanderinchief turn out to be bemfoood be4infouuded
< 4infouuded 4infouudedCaptain mfoood d dCaptain dCaptain
Captain Zilotti the aide aidedocamp i eQecamt < 3eca > of C Cjnitn
Minister jnitn of 0 Marine AveliH A veilax today au authorised AUtoorlaed authorised ¬
thorised the statement that Rojestven Rojestvensky Rojestven8ky Rojentrensky ¬
sky has not applied to be relieved from fromduty fromd fromHowv fromdUty
duty dutyHowever d dUtyHowever
However Howv r the condition of the Rus Russian Russian Runsian ¬
sian admirals health continues to be bea bea bea
a source of anxiety It is confirmed confirmedthat conftnnedthat conftrssetithat
that the report that he had applied to tobe tobe tobe
be relieved may have risen out of the thevirtual t tvirtual thevirtual
virtual decision in invitw view of the condi condition condition conditkt ¬
tion of Rojestvenskys health to send
Vice Admiral Birikrff Birile < < to Vladivostok Vladivostokwhere Vladivostokwhere
where bere in the event of Rojestvenskys Rojestvenskyssuccess R v ys ysSUCteM
success in the coming comiR < < battle Blrtjefi Blrtletfwill BtrIleltwill I
will take over the supreme JDe command commandof
of 0 the Russian forces inv invthe in the far east eastand eastand
and occupy a post similarto I milAr to that of the I
l late att t Admiral Xakaroff at Port Arthur Arthurand I
and of Vice Admiral 8fcrydk ff at Vlad Vladivostofc Yladivostok ViadIvoutok I
ivostofc ivostofcEmperor ivostokEmperor Ivoutoknperor
Emperor nperor Nicholas today summoned sUDImontd sUDImontdVice
Vice Admiral Birilefr to TsarskoeSek TsarskoeSekSupplies Trskoe TrskoeSupplie TsarskcoSjoSupplies >
Supplies for Russians RussiansHongiwng RussiansH RussiansiIoni
Hongiwng H iIoni May IS 18A A special corre correspondjmt corresponent orre orres
spondjmt s t who 110 recently nUy proceeded from fromhere fromhere
here to Kwang CJiau iau bay oboe bcerved ned at
11 oclock o lock at atni night ht May Xa 1 11 iladen J5fl J deeply y yaden
laden Junks presumably pr ttmabb loaded mith mithprovisions mithprovisions umithprOrisions
provisions for the Russian fleet an anchored ancbored anehored ¬
chored southwest of and twenty miles milesot milesoff milesoff
ot off Cape St John The junks exhibited exhibitedsignal xilbltedi thibi4signal
signal i aJ lights ts which hick were wereon exthtgufeheti exthtgufehetion fXt 1Itgh4 1Itgh4on < <
on the steamers approach to Kwang Kwan KwanChau
Chu bay
Q Qf 11 11NEW
Harriman Is Off the Northern Pacific PacificB3ard
Board BoardNew B B3ardNew > ard ardew
New ew York May M 1 18Arter After more than thantwo thantwo thantwo
two years of delay resulting from the theNorthern theNorthern
Northern Securities litigation a share shareholders e eholden I
holders meeting of the Northern NorthernPacific i jP8eifte
Pacific Railway company was held to today today today
day and resulted in the election of new newdirectors newdirectors
directors to succeed eed E H Harriman HarrimanWilliam HarrimanWUliKm HarrimanWilliam I
William Rockefeller James SUllman SUllmanBrayton StIflmnnBrayton
Brayton lyon Sam S m Rea Eben B BThomas BThomas BThomas I
Thomas and H MeK TwomWey TwomWeyThe
The stock ock held In the names of 0 Un Union Union r
ion Pacific interests voted for the new newboard newIrd newboard
board Most of the shares represented representedat r pr nted I Iat
at the meeting were voted by a proxy i iommitt 1committee
committee ommitt consisting of 0 J J P Morgan MorganDan
Dan Lamont J J N Hill and John S SKfnnfdy SKennedy
Kennedy KennedyThe KfnnfdyTh KennedyThe
The Th new board is I as follows followsFor foflo1IIFor followsFor
For three years fr frtft1 < nn the first ft Tueg Tuegday Twaday
day in October 1 114 M John J h S Kennedy k nnedy
D Willis Jam James George Geo e f Baker John JohnSloane JohnSloane I
Sloane Robert Bacon BaconFor BaconFor I
For two years Dan S Lament Lewis LewisCass LewisCw
Cass Ledyard Howard Elliott Charles ChariesSteele CharlesSteele i iSteeie
Steele George W v Perkins PerkinsFor Perkinsor PerkinsFor
For or one year far William P dough doughJames L doughJanice ugtt ugttJames
James H Hill Amof Tuck French FrenchAlex FrenchAlex FrenchAlex
Alex Smith Corkran Payne Whitney WhitneyHAVE WhitDeyJlI WhitneyHAVE
Portland May 18 18In In a decision decisionhanded decisiOnhandtd
handed Jumd ed < down today in the state circuit circuitcourt clrcuilOurt circuitcourt I
court < Judge Frazer ruled that it is iswithin iswithin iswithin
within the rights of the proprietor o oa oj oja ofa
a place of amusement amu meut to expel from fromthe fromtM from fromthe
the theatre negroes negr or other objection objectionable objeetionable objectionable ¬
able persons that the ticket of admis admission admlsion admisakm ¬
sion is merely a license revokable at atthe atthe atthe
the pleasure pI re of the proprietor The T de decision decision tiecision ¬
cision was rendered in the suit of ofOliver ofOliver ofOliver
Oliver Taylor a negro who ho sought to torecover torecover torecover
recover damages to the amount of of0Mi ori offrom
0Mi i from rom S Morton Cohn proprietor proprietorof
of a theatre l tre because the latter had re refused refuHd refused ¬
fused to permit pen it the negro to sit in a abox abox abox
box one of the rules of 0 Cohns Cohn theatre theatrebetas theupbehlf thetrsbeing
betas that negroes are nut permitted penllitledto
to O OcUpy cupy boxes in the pta3Ehouse
Regular Army Officer Killed Whie Assisting in Maneuvers at atEl atEI atEl
El Reno Oklahoma OklahomaFoul Foul Play Suspected and andAn andAn aridAn
An Investigation Ordered
RKLuVHOMA U A special to the Times Journal Journalfrom Journalfrom Journalfrom
from El Reno Okla Ok1 says saysLieutenant sa saLieutenant saysLieutenant
Lieutenant E L 1 Chapman sta stationed statioMd stationed ¬
tioned at Fort Reno was shot in the theback theback theback
back today while assisting in the themaneuvers themaneuvers themaneuvers
maneuvers of six companies in a run running running runfling ¬
ning fight and nd instantly killed Early
this morning six companies of infantry infantrywere inCantrywere Infantrywere
were called out for field maneuvers in inthe inthe Inthe
the presence of Brig General J J M MLee 11Lee MLee
Lee whose headquarters are at San SanAntonio SanAntonio SanAntonio
Antonio While engaged in a running
fight across the t prairie northwest of oftown ofton oftown
town Lieutenant Chapman who was wasacting wuact1ng wasacting
acting as the battalion adjutant re received reeeiv received
ceived eeiv a shoe from a hail cartridge cartridgefired cartridge1Ir cartridgethed
fired 1Ir from the companies cOl pRnies opposing him himHe himHe himHe
He died where he fell fellFoul fellFoul fellFoul
Foul play is suspected SU8pe < ted and a rigid
Special eeial to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraJdVaskintt HeraldWashingtss
Washington Vaskintt May M lSLILle Late reports reportsfrom rcpodsfrom reportsfrom
from Denver indicate that it will be im impossible iwa8t himpossible ¬
possible 8t le to formally forma open the new mint mintin mmtIn mintin
in that city on July 1 an ai a had been beenplanned beenplanned beenplanned
planned Considerable CoD8tden Jle flooring which whichhad which1Iad whichhad
had been laid lt cJ was recently condemned condemnedand condetnnedand
and is being relaid and when it is done donesome dol1some doneseine
some machinery can be installed Most Mostof Mostor Mostof
of the machinery for the mint is now nowon nowon nowon
on hand at Denver but it takes con considerable conidflrbIe considerabe ¬
siderable time to assemble th the many manypieces man manpieCS manypieces
pieces and get them in running order orderThis orderThis orderThis
This too promises to delay deI y the open opening opentng openlug ¬
lug To make the situation still more morecomplicated moreromplkated morecomplicated
complicated there has been delay in inthe inthe inthe
the civil service examinations which whichare whichare hieh hieha
are a necessary ry before fore the many position positionin tltion tltionin
in the mint can be filled but th < > civil civilservice civilsenke civilservice
service commission eomrnl8 ion announed today todaythat tooaythat todaythat
that final examination would be bt > held heldat hf heldat > l < l lat
at Denver June 14 These ThtS examina examinations pxamfnations examinations ¬
tions are to till the following positions positionsThree positionsThrpe positfrnsThree
Three engineers > rs at 3oQ to J42S 4 I = t per
examination is being instituted to i de determine tietermine ¬ I Itermine
termine if possible the person wh tMt fit fitthe 1kthe i itJte
the shot At th tnepresent the present time 110 o one onein onein onein
in the six companies engaged can canthrow C8nthro canthrow
throw thro any light on the subject subjectEl su ject jectEl
El Keno Okla OkJ May y IS 18There There ap appears appears p ¬ I Ipears
pears to be a general impression at the thepost thepoet thepoSt
post that the cartridge was used per pwrposeiy purposely perposely
posely and that it ttWas wras intended for foran foranother foranother an another ¬
other regimental officer in the party partyinstead partyI partyisstead
instead of for Lieutenant Chapman It Itis Itis Itis
I is reported here that Colo ColOttt CoiondtuiIey Wrailey ai y of ofthe ofthe
I the 25th 5th infantry inspector general is issupposed i isupposed Issupposed
supposed to be the officer olti er referred to tobut tobut tobut
but no eprfdence OR this point if any anyhas any1Ju anybaa
has been beenfoend found nd Je Is i xlTcn yen out nor or can canthe canth canthe
the th presumed motJv mot motIve be ascertained ascertainedThere a ascertainedThere eJWned eJWnedThere
There is complete reticence among amo the theofficers he1 I
officers at the fort fortChapman fortChapman I
Chapman received his commission in 1
1501 He H > was 36 years of agpe a I
day seven firemen 84 84t per annum annumtwo annumtwo na m mt
two t 10 electricians SLit 1i1 g 0 and 4 425 per day dayone 4ayone ay ayon
one on adjustor of scales 436 45 P per r day dayfour dayfour dayfour
four assistants aMi tants in assay department department4f
4f 40 > 0 and 5 per day da one lead burner MIrner
425 42 per day five machinists 3S 351 per perday perdtI perday
day dtI one painter n7i 37i per day two twocarpenters tocarpenters twocarpenters
carpenters Z350 35 3 4t per day da one telephone telephoneoperator telephoneoperator telephoneoperator
operator 50 per month one or more moremillwrights moremillwrights moremillwrights
millwrights 4 per day one or more moresteamfitters moresteamfitters moresteamlitters
steamfitters 4 per day one ormore ormoreblacksmiths or more moreblackmiths moreblacksmiths
blacksmiths 4 1 per day and one or ormore ormore ormore
more heavy machinery riggers on elec electrical electrical cisctrkwl ¬
trical machinery 4 per day dayOnly d dOnl dayOnly
Only Onl persons who have had experi experience ex experionce peri perieJte ¬
once along Iong the various lines will he > e eli eligible eligible eligible ¬
gible to take the examinations examinationsIn
In addition to the foregoing exam examinations examIn exnmIntkms ¬
inations In Umu will m be held for five clerks at atl2O
1290 and 1400 per annum Physical Physicalexaminations Phy Physicalexaminations ical icalexaminations
examinations are to be held immedi immediately immediately humediately ¬
ately for fifteen or twenty unskilled la laborers Jaborers laborers ¬
borers As soon n as possible after the theexaminations theexaminations theexaminations
examinations appointments will be bemade bemade e emade
made to fill all these th positions
WHShin Washington VaRf t tofl Mas X fay K ISSir Sir Cheng ChengTtmg ChengTn ChengThug
Thug Tn Liang t Cheng CItm the Chinew Chin min minister minJ8ter mm mmlater ¬
later here called on Acting Secretary Secretaryof
of State Stt Loomis today to talk about aboutthe aboutt aboutthe
the t difficulties dillicutt that had arisen in the theeffort theeKort theeffort
effort to 0 negotiate a n ne new w Chinese hinese ex exclusion exdusion cxchiston ¬
clusion treaty tr ty The minister depre deprecated depreeated deprerated ¬
rated newspaper arbitration of the > ques question ques1Ion question ¬
tion at this time as calculated to ren render render ronder ¬
der abortive the efforts to compromise compromisethe ompromisethE
the > present radical differences of ofopinion ofopinion ofopinion
opinion between the Chinese Chinf govern government governmont fvern fvernInent ¬
mont and the department of commerce commerceand rmmerceand cnnmereeand
and labor He did not explain expl i n his pur purpose purpose purne ¬
pose ne in collecting testimony from fromPAGE fromPACE fromPACE
Gotham leads in the Warfare Upon Uponthe Uponthe Uponthe
the Most Dreaded Disease Known KnownTuberculosis KnownTuhelC1lIos KnownTuberculosis
TuberculosisWashirgton Tuberculosis TuberculosisWashirsgton 5 5ashir
Washirsgton ashir on May 11 liIn In spite of f its itsfrivolity itsfrivolit itsfrivolity
frivolity frivolit in spite of its i size in spite spiteof spiteof spiteof
of its jt other things U tap which hk1I I hesitate to toaHnde toallude 0 0aDude
allude to Zvfew New4Tork York has set the pace paceSn paceIn paceIS
Sn legislation legi latJon institutiOnS and treat treatDr lreatment treatmont ¬
mont cc C t1Ilterellle tuberewioslimDr ia iaDr
Dr William Osier mfcde mksie this state statement 1tatement statemerit ¬
ment today hi ap JI address following followingthat foUcJwiJlfthat fsiowingthat
that of President Dr edward L Tnt Tntdeau Trudeau TrimmIeau
deau in opening opea the first annual meet meetbig meetIn meetlug
big In of the National Association A socIatlon for forthe forthe forthe
the Study and Prevention of t Tubercu Tuberculosis Tuberculosis ¬
losis losisDr losisDr 10515Dr
Dr Osier 0 Ier said that education regard regarding regarding regardlug ¬
ing tuberculosis ts was the he thing to tostrive tostrie tostrive
strive for He discussed di cUSStMI dais feature featureunder featureunder featureunder
under three heads bea Education Ed tion of the thepublic Utepublic thepublic
public of ortJ tie tbe physician physfcl n and of the thepatient thepatient thepatient
patient The public he said was wasawake wasa wasawake
awake a but sitting on the edge of the thebed thebed thebed
bed and not yet dressed In this awak awakening awaking awaktning ¬
ening ing however Mea e asserted much had hadbeen Jtadbeen badbeen
been accomplished aCCOft pli8hed over over pa past t conditions conditionsWhen conditionsWRen conditionsWhen
When the public got dressed he pre predicted predicled pretided ¬
tided that much activity would fol follow follow follow ¬
low and much would be accomplished accomplishedtoward accGIDpllshetltoward accomplishedtoward
toward stamping out tuberculosis tuberculosisMany tubereulosl8Iany tubercuLosisMany
Many physicians from all sections of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country are in attendance and andnumber a anurnlJcr anumber
number of members mem of ofstate state boards of ofhealth orhealth ofhealth
health who have e just nnduded < their theirannual theiramual i iarm
annual arm confereM > wer w r present The Thesubject Thesubje Theibjest
subject subje t of 0 tuber tubeij1n ulosi vii il he disruwed disruwedin ed edin
in all ot its phases for tw tWo days I
Chinese In this country coun y and others otherswho otherswho otherswho
who had been deported relative to the theexecution theexecution theexecution
execution of the exclusion law by the theagents theagfnts theagents
agents of the department of commerce commerceand commelceand commerceand
and labor and it is not known to the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department whether it is the purpose purposeof
of the Chinese government to simply simplyuse siml IY IYuse
use this testimony to strengthen stren then its itshands itshands Itshands
I hands in endeavoring to secure an anamelioration anamelioration anamelioration
amelioration of the existing inspection inspectionrules inspectionrules inspectionrules
rules by negotiation or whether it is isthe IsI Isthe
the purpose to begin habeas corpus corpusproceedings corpusprO corpusproceedings
I proceedings prO < < edings in the federal courts to tofinally tofinany tofinally
finally determine the validity cf the theexclusion theexdusion theexclusion
exclusion law lawTWO Jawi lawJTWO
I Arrival of the Thirteenth Cavalry CavalryFrom CavalryFrom
From the Philippines PhilippinesI
San Francisco May ly 18 I3Tbe The ttans ttansport tgmtsPOrt
port J Ort Logan arived from Manila and andi
i I Nagasaki Na ki today lotl bringing brin nC home hot t the thej theThirteenth theThirteenth
j Thirteenth cavalry after two years ser seri
i I i vice in the Philippines Philippineserals PhiliJpi
On board welt two brigadier gen generab generaism
erals W Yo S McCaskey lcCaske who has been beenin beenill beenin
in charge of the post of Manila and andgoes alK1I
I goes to Denver to take command of ofthe
the department of Colorado General GeneralF
F V Robinson had been lieutenant lieutenantcolonel lieutenantcolonel
colonel of the Thirteenth and net was w re recently recentl7 recently ¬
cently promoted prom > ted and retired retiredThe retiredThe retiredThe
The headquarters and second squad squadron squadron ud udron ¬
ron going to Fort Riley RileyJust RileyJust
j Just after leaving Nagasaki Eugene EugeneWard
Ward a member of o the stewards st wards de dei depart dopartmentwas
i partmen part partmentwas men f was found dead in his berth berthi berthThere berthThere
i There were indications of cjtloral < tlorl pcfe pcfeoning peIsonlng s soning
oning and it is thought thou < ht the unfortunate unfortunatei
i man took to > k an overdose overdo e of the drug drugthrough drubthrourh drugthrough
through mistake or with suicidal In
tent He had been under the doctors doctorseare doctorscare
care for some time timeIn timeIn
In all there were 9W soldiers soldierst rank rankand rankand
t and file on board boardLARGE
+ f Boston May 18 18James James D Colt Coltreceher Coltreceiver +
+ jreceiver receiver for the Haight Frees Freesf Freesecompany Freescompany +
+ f company stockbrokers today toda tiled flleda +
+ a bill of complaint compJ lnt inthe in the United UnitedState UnitedStates +
+ States < circuit court here in which whichf whlebhe +
4 + f he charged cbDr ed that 9309M9 Ottoto of the con conf concOJus concorns +
+ f corns funds is mining 4 +
4 + 1 1i44
44 + i44 O + + + M + + M + + M I M t + 4444 + + + 4 + 4 f + 4
Suicide of Herbert Leon Kepler in inNew inNew
New York Hotel HotelVICTIM HotelVICTIM ilotelVICTIM
Pd E EW YORK May Iay IS 1SHerbert Herbert Leon LeonKepler LeonKepler LeonI
MEW N I 1 Kepler a bookkeeper whose home homewas hOl1tCM homewas
was M at Deland Flu died In n a room roomin roomin rectain
in Sussexs hotel to today ay at Fortysixth Fortysixthstreet Fortysixthand Fortysixthstreet
street and Sixth avenue from morphine morphinepoisoning IItOIpkinepoisonIng morphinepoisoning
poisoning With him at the time was wasa W8 W8a
a woman who ho told the police that her hername hernam hername
name nam was Mrs rs Dona Miller and that thatshe that9he thatshe
she fled from Deland with Kepler two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks ago
Deserted His H is Wife WifeMrs WifeMN WifeMrs
Mrs IMS Miller Her said Kepler was the son sonI sonof n nof
I of a Deland physician n and that he left leftFlorida JeltFlorida leftFlorida
Florida suddenly because of some sometrouble sometroubJe sometrouble
trouble which he got into there He left lefta
a wife and several children behind behindwhen behindhen behindwhen
when hen he fled and she left her husband husbandto husbento
to come with him him She has been de detained detined dotamed ¬
tined by the police pending a further furtherinvestigation furtherinvestigation furtherinvestigation
investigation Kepler was 9 about 35 35years 35years 35years
years old
Had Been Despondent DespondentIn
In the room which Kepler and the thewoman Utewoman thewoman
woman occupied the police found two twosmall to8mall twosmall
small bottles One was filled with withmorphine withmorphine withmorphine
morphine and the other nearly empty emptycontained emptycontained emptycontained
contained a trace of the drug Mrs MrsMiller MrsMiller MrsMiller
Miller told the police that Kepler had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been despondent for several days and andhad andhad andhad
had told her that unless unl his father did didsomething didomethin 4ksomething
something omethin at once to fix up the trouble troubleat
at Deland D land he feared something dread dreadful dreadful dreadful ¬
ful would happen happenHer happenHer happenHer
Her Story Untrue UntrueLater UntrueLater UntrueLater
Later Mrs Mr Miller told the coroner coronerthat coronerths coronerthat
that ths t a portion of her story as she gave gaveit ga V Vit I Iit
it to the police was untrue She had hadnot hdnot I Inot
not lived with her husband in several severalyears seeralyears severalyears
years she said and did not flee from fromDeland fromDeland fromDeland
Deland with Kepler She had been in inNew I INew
New York or vicinity for several years yearsShe yearsShe ears earsShe
She also told the coroner that she had hadbeen hdbeen hadbeen
been a witness in the William Hooper HooperYoung HooperYoung HooperYoung
Young murder case aae in this city clt several severalyears severalears severalyears
years ears ago She lived in the house h use withthe with withthe 1th 1ththe
the murdered woman she said and had hadfirst hadIlrst hadfirst
first introduced > 1 her to Young YoungDouble YoungDouble YoungDouble
Double Tragedy Planned PlannedMrs PlannedM
Mrs trs M Miller also saki that Kepler left lefta
a letter addressed ddret ed to his father and andmother andmoth andnothr
mother moth nothr begging that he and Mrs Mil Milj Muicr IiI IiIIer
j ler be not separated in death and that thtI thathis
J I his parents and daughter forgive him himfor himfor himfor
for his act actI acLIn actIn
I In view of this letter the police be believe beJiee believe
lieve that Kepler inended to kill both I III
I I himself and the woman womanCONFESSED womanlSD
Chester W r Va T May 18 1811 In a letter letterto Jetterto letterto
to the police authorities of this city a aman 1lman anina
man signing himself him lf A Johnson and andclaiming aodto andT
T claiming to be a partner of Henry Henr Wil Williams Wilrijamim ViI ViIJiann ¬
rijamim liams who wag as recently executed in hioanoke Initoanoke
Roanoke oanoke Wis VT has confessed conf to five fivemurders n nmu1el5 tireniurtlers
murders and numerous num U5 robberies His Hisreasons Hisr HisrPaaomm
reasons r uonfl for writing are that other men mciihave
I have suffered for his crimes and his hisconscience hisconscience
i conscience troubles trou 1es him The dates dat and andmanner andI
I I manner mA ntr in which the different crimes crimesI rimeswere
I t were committed as furnished in John Johnsons Johnsons ¬
sons letter lett r are more complete than the thepolice th thpoUce thpolice
police records and the authorities be believe beliee hehere ¬
here its authenticity authenticityAccording authenticityAccording authenticityAccording
According to Johnson he killed a wo woman woman woman ¬
man at Chester W V Ya two tw Italians Italiansat
I at Uniontown Pa a man man at Hyndman HyndmanPa
Pa and a woman at Martins Ferry
Ohio He aIm claims to have assaulted assaulteda
a woman w man at Staunton Va for fQr which whichcrime whichcrimf whichcrime
crime he says another man was waslynched wasI waslynched
lynched lynchedBODY I nched
New York May lay IS ISThe The body of ofwar ofI
I Hiram Cronk the last veternnor veteran of the thewar thewar
war of 1812 to pass away was buried buriedtoday burledtoday buriedtoday
today in Cypress hill with impressive impressivemilitary impressivemilltal impressivemilitary
military milltal honors Before the funeral funeralthe funeralthe funeralthe
the body of the veteran soldier lay la in intate instite Instate
tate in the city hall where it was wasviewed wasviewed wasviewed i
viewed by many thousands There was wasa
a constant stream j man mono women and andchlidmn an4chlldrsn i
chlidmn moving past the casket itt hicIty the thecity 1h 1hF
F city Ithal1 hall building bUildingthe the first which had hadrested bAdre hadrested
rested re ted there a snce since nce the body of General GeneralGrant GoneralGranllaid GeneralGrant
Grant Granllaid laid in state
CITY COUNCIL COUNCILPhiladelphia COUNCILPhiladelphia COUNCILPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Gas Works Leased LeasedPor LeasedFor LeasedFor
For SeventyPive Years YearsCITIZENS YearsCITIZENS YearsCITIZENS
n HILADBLPHIA Mip M I 18 18Amid 18Amidscenes 18Amidr Amid Amidscenes
r scenes of disorder unprecedented unprecedentedin
in the annals of Philadelphias Philadelphiaslegislative Philadelphiaslegislative Philadelphiaslegislative
legislative body the city clt council tonight tonightvoted tonishtvoted tonightvoted
voted to lease the citys gas works to tothe tothe tothe
the United U ited Gas Improvement company companyfor
for a term of seventyfive years for forthe forthe forthe
the total sum of 25000000 the money moneyto
to be paid in various amounts before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the end of 1907 Council chambers and andcommittee andcommittee andcommittee
committee grooms Iooms were crowded with withexcited withexcited withexcited
excited citizens protesting against the thelease thelease thelease
lease to the United Gas Improvement Improvementcompany Improv Improvementcompany ment mentcompany
company from 1 p m when whenthe the pro proceedings proceedings proceedings ¬
ceedings opened in tile U e finance commit committee committee committee ¬
tee room until after S p m when the theselect theselect theselect
select council passed the bill and sent sentit sentIt sentIt
it to the mayor mayorDen mayorDen mayorDen
Den of Thieves ThievesThe ThievesThe ThievesThe
The climax was reached when the thevote thevote thevote
vote in common council was announced announcedafter announcedalter
after fter three threehours hours of debate The mo moment mOinent momont ¬ I
mont President George R McCurdy of ofcommon ofcOlltmon ofcommon
common council announced the vote a agreat agreat agreat
great uproar was started in the gal gallery galler gallei ¬
lery lei which was crowded to the door doorFrom doorFrom doorFrom
From all over the gallery came hisses hissesand hissesand hissesand
and cries of Thieves uThievesA ThievesA
A squad of police cleared the gallery galleryThe galleryThe galleryThe
The agitation against the passage of ofthe orthe ofthe
the bill resulted in common council councilamending councilunending councilamending
amending the measure so as to provide providefor
for a slight slightreduction reduction in the price of ofras ofrase ofgas
Slight Reduction in Price PriceThe PriceThe PriceThe
The amendment as adopted provides providesthat providesthat provi4esthat
that the price of gas from the date of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the lease until January 1 1911 shall be beone beone beone
one dollar per thousand cubic feet the thesame thesame thesame
same as present price from 1911 to 1921 1921ninetyfive 191ninetyfive 19Z1ninetyfive
ninetyfive cents from 1321 to 1936nlne 1936nlnety 1334ininety
ty cents from 1936 193 to 1956 eightyfive eightyfivecents eightyfhecents eightyfivecents
cents and thereafter until the expira expiration expiration expiration ¬
tion of the lease in 1980 eighty cents centsMayor centsayor centsMayor
Mayor ayor Weaver is expected to veto the thebill thebill thebill
bill and In that event both chambers chamberswill chamberswill chamberswill
will probably pass it over his head The Thevote Thevote Thevote
vote in common council was 94 to 9 and andin andin andIn
in select lect council 37 3 to 4 There is only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one Democrat in each body bod and both bothvoted bothvoted bothvoted
voted against the lease There is some sometalk so sotalk sometalk
talk among among citizens who fought the thelease thel thelease
lease l of taking the matter to the thecourts thecourts thecourts
Plain Statement StatementThe
The Th committee of nine tonight issued issuedthe issUedthe issuedthe
the following statement statementTo
To the Citizens of Philadelphia You Youreceived Youreceivd Youreceived
received today tod the most insolent af affront affront a afront ¬
front from your our councilmen ever given givento I Ito
to o the people of any great American Americancity Americanity Americancity
city ity Despite reason and respect for thi thirights th thrithts thtrights
rights of the people the city cit councils councilsvoted councjJvoted councilsvoted
voted to confer upon a corporation the theunhampered theunhampered theunhampered
unhampered control of your gas works worksYour worksYour worksYour
Your committee appointed by town townmeeting townDieeUBg townmeeting
meeting now calls upon you youFirst YOU1irst youPirst
First to awaken to your our injuries injurieswhich injurieswhich injurieswhich
which are areInsult areInIU1t areInsult
Insult to your declaredopinion declared opb1ion and andthe andthe andthe
the expressed expre ed wish of your yourm8 mayo ask asking aaking asklug ¬
ing for delay delayTheft delayuTheft delayTheft
Theft of your property propertyEnslavement propertuEneiavement propertyEnslavement
Enslavement for three generations generationsto
to a gas monopoly monopolySecond monopolySecond monopolySecond
Second to rise ri in your Qur might and by bypersonal bypersonal byperSonal
personal unceasing effort make impos impossible inipossible ¬
sible the consummation of the greatest greateststeal greateststeal
steal st ever attempted attemptedA attemptedABy
A AByasserabla ABy By assemblage e in every e ward by bypersonal bypenOI18 bypersonal
personal penOI18 demand and pressure upon uponyour uponyour uponyour
your local councilmen councilmenB councilmenBBy councilmenBBy
BBy B By full and immediate use of the thecards thECArdS thecards
cards and literature distributed by the thecommittee thecolA thecoissnittee
committee colA 1ittee as well as other forms of ofwritten ofwritten ofwritten
written protest protestC protestUCBy protestCBy
UCBy C By preparing for a great rally rallythat rall rallthat rallythat
that will block the final attempt to com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete the conspiracy when the ordinance ordinanceis
is again in considered sidered after the mayor has hasvetoed basvetoed hasvetoed
vetoed it itLEAD iL itLEAD
o r2P r2PLEAD e
Hoohs Attorney Thinks Newmans NewmansHymn NewmansHymn Newmausayiun
Hymn Ought to Save Pris Prisoners Prisoners Prisoners ¬
oners Neck NeckChicago NeckChledgo NeckChicago
Chicago May Iay IS With a final plea pleain pleain pleain
in behalf of Johann Hoch charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with the murder of Mrs Irs Marie Walck WalckerHoch WaickerHoch ValckerHoeh
erHoch counsel for Hoch Attorney AttorneyIsador AttorneyIsedor
Isador ls dor Plotke today too a finished his ad address address address ¬
dress to the jury Assistant States StatesAttorney StatesAtt9rney StatesAttorney
Attorney Harry Olsen then followed followedwith followedwith
with ith an attack on the contentions of
the defense defen e and concluded with the thedemand
demand that Hoch be adjudged guilty guiltyand guiltyand
and the death penalty be inflicted inflictedAttorney InflltedAttorne InflictedAttorney
Attorney Attorne Plotke directed his efforts effortsmore effortsmote effortsmore
more to the saving of Hochs life than thanto thanto
to a plea for a direct acquittal In con concluding concluding concluding ¬
cluding his address he said saidI
I ask you to take with you to the thejury thejr thejury
jury jr room a few lines of poety and andconsider andconsider andconsider
consider them well and before you youweigh youweigh youweigh
weigh the evidence on which you are areto areto areto
to acquit or condemn this man They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are the words that brought solace to toa toa toa
a dying president as he lay on a bed bedof bedoC bedof
of pain With these verses ver es in your yourmind yourmind our ourmind
mind I believe that you will give this thisman thisman thisman
man the liberty which he should have haveand baveand haveand
and which is so dear to him himThe himThe himThe
The attorney then recited two verses versesof versesof ersesof
of Lead Kindly Light After hand handing handing handlug ¬
ing each of the jurymen a copy of the theentire theentire theentire
entire poem he thanked them and andclosed andclosed nd ndclosed
closed his hi argument argumentCAPTAIN argumentCAPTAIN argumentCAPTAIN
London May Ia 18 18A A re recent ent case of ofragging oCI ofragglng
I ragging on board the British cruiser cruiserKent
Kent has been promptly followed by bya bya
a compulsory < retirement > nt on half pijy pijyof peyof
of 0 Captain Douglas A Gamble her hercommander hercommander
commander for allowing such an oc occurrence oceurreDe occurrence ¬
currence on his ship and by b the punish punishment punishment punishinent ¬
ment of others concerned con < frned in the affaIr alTairThe affaIrThe
The ragging took place pla e inthe in the gun gunroom gunroom gunroom
room where the midshipmen attempted attemptedto
to strip and flog an unpopular comrade comradeThe comradeThe
The latter drew a revolver and shot shotone shJtone shutone
one of the midshipmen in thejmouth thejmouthWANTS the themouth pnouth pnouthc
4 4WANTS c = r
Salinas Cal May Iay 18 1SLester Lester Elkiiw Elkiiwaged Elkinfaged Elkinsaged
aged 14 who says his mother Mrs L LV LY LV
V Elkins resides at 236 34 Rusk street streetSan streetSan streetSan
San Antonio Tex was today arrested arrestedby arrestedby I
by the sheriff in a a box car mith Lee LeeEwing LeeEwing LeeEwing
Ewing a tramp The boy confessed confessedthat confessedthat confessedthat I
that he had run away from home April I
11 owing to promises made by b Ewing Ewingto J
to take him to the Portland fair The Theboys Theboys Theboys
boys mother has advertised for him himwidely himwkIeb himwidely
widely He wants to go home and will willbe willbe willbe 1
be held for further investigation investigationKILLED investigationKILLED InvestigationKILLED
Ballard Wash May lIa IS 1sStanisIo 1sStanisIoLeorski 1SStanisloWLeorskl Stanislow t
Leorski was killed today todR at Stimson StimsonSmill Stimsonmill g gmill 3
mill He vas as struck by a flying ing stick stickwh stickwbi
which wh wbi h penetrated netrated his body ten feet of ofi ofIt ofit f
It protruding from his back There It Itcame itcame t
i came through tkr Sh The Thestlel Ch > 3tielv < < ie was twenty hnntfoyl twentyfour
four fe feet t long and one by four r ur inches iuchooin a
in size
G A Sneider Arrested for f r Trying to toSell toSell toSell
Sell Animal for Widow WidowEXPLAINS WidowEXPLAINS WidowEXPLAINS
sell widows WI OW tam tamdeer ta tar
r OR trying to a a j jdeer
FOR r deer G A Sneider of ofFro Prove Prevocame O 1Ha 1Hacame bbcame
came enmeshed enme bed In th the toils fir C tte ttelaw thE t1Ntlaw thEIan
law yesterday yesterdayWhile yesterdayWhile reslerd y yWhile
While making his rounds rou s of the theket mar market tasrket ¬
ket Deputy Game Warden E M Jfec Jfeclin JUk JUklIn Jhckihi
lin overheard a conversation COftver atiOlt In which willetthe whichhe whichhe
he detected an attempt to violate e eof one oneof IIe IIeof
of the laws made for the theand preservation preservationand
and protection of Utahs aggregation at atwJld efwUd ofwild
wild animals He promptly arrwtcd arrwtcdthe ar arthe
the wouldbe culprit Sneider wh whhis WM a7S a7Shis as7 as7his
his occupation te i peddling shoe i in th thrural tIM tIMrural therural
rural precincts of the t state At the thetime U Utime thetime
time of his arrest SneWer wag wa ettdonr ettdonrering etuleaYwing ct5S ct5Soring
wing to sell the deer to one 1 1marketmen the Wfcmarketmen themarketnien
marketmen marketmenIt
It is made by b law an offense ofteo ofteoable pwrtsh pwrtshable pusWbable
able by b nne fine of 3100 1W to have in cajry cajrya capl tt7 tt7a
a deer or any other protected protectedaccustomed MBtmai MBtmaiaccustomed a4alaccustomed
accustomed to roam through the tMand foaHa foaHaand forsand
and valleys and over the hills hilhtmountains an anmountains snd sndmountains
mountains of 0 the state stateDeputy stateDeputy stateDeputy
Deputy Jacfcdin toad ati no difficulty inpladng inplacIng in inplacing
placing Sneider under arrest but when whenhe whenhe be behe
he undertook un o to corral cl the deer de also al he hewas bea hewas
was compelled to summon SUlm a posse of ofbystanders ofbystanders
a cmple p o
bystanders With the assistance of two twoother t twoother 0 0other
byser uan o
other men mn he took to Sneider Sner and the th deer deerto de deerto
to the city cl and ad county cnty building builing grounds groundsThere gn grounminThere
There he left the te deer de in charge bge of o the themen tb themen
men while whie he personally psUy conducted conductedSneider conductedSneidor < ue
Sneider into the building bulding and aD up int intthe ID luic luicthe
the fourth story to the office oce of 0 Couaty CouatyAttorney CO CoUM7Attorney
Attorney Atoney Parley Pley sor P Chrtetewsen < rit4UMD TheTa ThermSneider T TheTaSneider
sadly sdly Sneider Snider thwarted thwartedV thwarte thwartedTells told tod a tale ta of good o intent It3 It3sdly Intentasba Intentasbasadly o3 o3sadly
V Tells Tels Tale of Deer DeerThe DeerThe DeerThe
The way wy I come com by this deer was wasthis WM WMthis wasthis
this said sid Snedr Sneider You Yo see I peddle peddleshoes peddlesshoes
shoes sho out ot in the country ounm Some S p ti tiago time timeago
ago some e other men who 1 are af m h in tfc tfcsame t the thesame
same sm business buin while bi up in the th Uintah Uintahcountry UD Uinthcountry
country cunt got this thi h h hen r deer dee and an they theybrings t theybrings
brings It g away with wth them and a gives it itto Itto Itto
to a man mn who ho lives lvt near ner Vernal Vel I Ihears Iher Ihears
hears her about abt it i and I goes o and an takes te a alook alook
look lok at t it and ad I says ys to myself mYt say nays I Ithere Iiter Ithere
there there ther deer der would old be b a fine tin present presentfor presel preselfoi
for fo my 1Y friend fri in Provo She Se is i a aa p wIdc wIdcand widow widowand
and is crippled And so I get gets d th tM tMan de deer deerand r rand
and an her herShe he I brings brng it to her h and I Av gIves hre ft I te teher bc bcher >
She keeps k p it i awhile ahle and a then tl same sameone n none
one tells tels her hr it i would ould sell l for consider considerable < 0 e ¬
able abl money JY and a she Se e asks als me m twMt W t I Itake Itake Itake
take it i to Salt Sl Lake Lke and sell U It lr f t her herand I herand
and buy by her h a invalids invalds chair chr s ss a as she shecan a shecan
can be comfortable And I II says
ca b more moe cfoble AD is isI
I would and so s I brings brins the de d deer r to the thecity U thecity
city ciy and I didnt dit suppose sup I w w wns s ale vtelating alehating
hating no law nor doing ding no n harm harmWidow 1a 1aAi harmWidow
Widow Ai ow to Get Money MoneyAfter MoneyAf4r MoneyAfter
After Af4r hearing herng Sneiders S d story st County CountyAttorney CountyAttorney
Attorney Atorney Christensen Chren ordered or that t tb he hebe bebe
be b arraigned arraigd before bfe Judge JOs Dtehl D fat f the thecity t thecity
city court and allowed allwe to go g on O his hisown hi hisown
own recognizance regntnce which wa waa a done de The Thelaw T Thelaw
law 1w requires ruire that tI t any ay domestic domei animal animalfound a animalfound
found fon in captivity ctvit be b confiscated Co and andof I
50 tW the game wa warden fl retntns r ontaL ontaLof t tof
of the g deer der Mr XI Oirfeteneen CnisteDD says 81 behas be behas
has given vtn instructions inri to have hve the t deer deersold deersold
sold sd and a the th money ey expended exPd in Incb par purchasing parchasing ¬
cb chasing an invalids invis chair chir for fe the t Prove Piwewidow l lido Provewidow
widow widowSneider widowSneider ido
he idoSnee Sneider Snee will m not nt be b prosecuted pue said ouMhe saidhe
General Generl Wood Wo Wiped Vipd Out the te Fwice Fwiceof Peoeof
of Moros in JttHgtes Ju of ofJolo ofJ ofTolo
Jolo JoloManila J ToloManila 010 010Iaila
Manila Iaila May 19 ItThe The Moro Mo outlaws oothtwsagainst o outlawsagainst
against asin whom wh General G1 Leonard Le Wad Wadhad W Wh Woodha
had h ha been b campaigning i have hve been b ked kBtedin k kedin
in action together tor with wi ail a the t prtoct prtoctpate pdwapals
pate pl The outlaws otlws were wer supporters sppe Ji and andfollowers U sntlfollowers
followers follwer of the sultan sltn of Sate The Thelarge Th Thelarge
large chiefs cnlfs of o the t island ia of o Jolo Job o were werenot W werenot e
not no involved invoved The outbreak otbrek wa W was p p pare parely re rely
ly an a aggregation Agreton of o piratical pirtcl outlaws outlawsand o outlawsand
and an disorderly diserJ characters chcers of SulM Si aid amithe a aidthe
the other oher islands isls stretching strcmn down OW to toBorneo toBorn toBorneo
Borneo Born The jositfons Jolin selected 8lete by the theoutlaws th theoutlaws
outlaws for fo defense defes were we in almost a Im Impenetrable J hapenetrable ¬
penetrable pntldble jungles junges and ad exceedingly exceedinglystrong excing exceedinglystrong
strong strong prohibiting prhlbtn the th use us of 0 artillery artilleryand artlly artllyan artilleryanti
and necessitating close contact and
an neeiting c contat a an ana ana anasdault
a a asdault < < aut ult in two instances into General GeneralWoods GI OmaLWoods
Woods os forces force sustained susaine a 8 loss 10 of o nine ninekilled De ninekilled
killed kied Twentyone Twetyon were wer wounded won all allof al alof allof
of whom are ae doing don well wel The T constab constabulary constabulary ¬
ulary ulr had two killed kied The latter lte tr were werehighly re rehighly
highly praised prs by b General Gel Wood Vo who whosaid whosaid
said saidThe si
uT The troops trop behaved behave splendidly sil and andperformed u as1 as1performed
performed prform this Urs difficult di ul service a in il a ahighly ahihly ahighly
highly hihly creditable creitble manner mannerGeneral mDD maimerGeneral
General Genral Wood Vo has ha returned retur to Z Zaa Zaaboanga Zam Zamboanga
boanga b8 with wih the D troops troopsBUILDING trpo trpoD troopsBUILDING
Everything Booming in in the New NewTown NewTown NewTown
Town of Las Vegas VegasLos VegasLs VegasLog
Los Ls Angeles Angee May IS 18Ferd Ferd K K Rule RuleC
C O Whittemore Yhitemore H I Bettis Bti and andFrank andFrnk andFrank
Frank Frnk Waters Vater officials otcils of the San SanPedro Sn SanPedro
Pedro Los Lo Angeles Ansees Salt Sat Lake Le rail railroad JI rIlroad ¬
I road rofd hind lnd department deprtment arrived arrve here heretoday heretoday e etodly
today todly from Las Ls Vegas Yega where wher they theysuperintended theyuperintende theysuperintended
superintended uperintende the sale sle of the new nw town townsite toW townsite
site About Abut 2W0f6 was wa realised realisedBetween reiz realisedBetween
Between Bet ween PlO S and 8W O persons psns from fromLos tn fromLos
Los Ls Angeles Angele and Salt Slt Lake Lke City Ct at attended attende attended ¬
tended tende the sale sl which began beg Monday MondayThe Moay MoayThe MondayThe
The company compny realized rPJze nearly nely nelyprofts 4MW 341110profits 4MWprofits
profits profts on the lots Jot sold sldthe soldthe the result r l of ofthe o ofthe
the auction aulon plan that was wa adopted adoptedIt ao
It I is said sid that the remainder remainr of th thlots th the thelots
lots Jot have ha e been b spoken spken for and a thju thjubuilding t tbuiding thjttbuilding
building buiding has ha begun begn with ih a a a rusb rush The Therailway Therailway e eraJway
railway raJway company copny Trill hi at once oce proceed proceedto rH
to grade gde the streets slr and an build bid its it new newdepot nr nrdepot newdepot
depot which will wi be in the mission m mstyle iuIemtstyle missionstyle
style A brick brck hotel htel and ad bank bk building buiWIwpare bull
are in course oure of construction constructionCATHOLIC constructon constructionCATHOLIC
Peoria Ill IL May 18 18It It I was an announced announce announced
nounced nounce today toda that upon upn his arrival arrivalthis arrvl arrvlthis arrivalthis
this evening Bishop Bihop Spalding Spldjn will wi be betaken betaken
taken at once to St Francis Fr hospital hospitalin bptl bptlin
in this city ciy Despite Depite the encouraging encourgig encouragingreports
reports report that have been sent snt out from f fromHot
Hot Springs it appears apper that the tR c Cf cow cowdition
dition diton of the distinguised distngulsed church curh man manIs manIs
Is rather rther serious seriousWORTHINGTON seriousWORTHINGTON
4 Portland Portand Ore May May IS 1Te 1TeOregonian 18The 18TheOregonian The 4
4 Oregonian has received ree a 8 dispatch dip dispatchfrom +
+ from General Generl Manager Mng B BA A AWorthington 4 +
+ Worthington Vorthingon of the Harriman Harm Hoes 1 4 4 4in +
4 In Oregon Oreon Washington Vahingo and an Idaho I IdahastatIng +
+ stating sttng that he has resigned r ign Mr 1 +
4 Worthington Vorthingon sent the mai m mtom A 4 4fm
+ lyom Quincy Qunc Ore Or He is i en ent pea peato +
4 + to t tom this city ett from fr Chicago Cb CbI andjimlt and Wth WthI 4
+ roach here tomorrow tomorrowI f j
I ne tomorow
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