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ESTABLISHED ST BLISI D JUNE 6 1870 SALT LAKE CITY WAR tJ iLTURDAY TLRDA y J1TNE 24 19p5 PRICE FIVE CENTS
VACATION HAS HASBEEN HASBEEN
BEEN SUSPENDED SUSPENDEDCourt
Court of General Sessions Will Sit SitDuring Si SiA
A During the Summer SummerJEROME SummerJEROME
JEROME READY FOR ACTION ACTIONPROSECUTION ACTIOPROSECUTION
PROSECUTION OF EQUITABLE OF OFFICIALS OFFICIALS
FICIALS PROBABLELu PROBABLE PROBABLENEW
Lu EW YOIUc YOR1 JUfte IThe r regu reguI lar larsummer
NEW I i summer summer v vcatio eatiOM of the court courtgeneiitt of ofgeneral
general sessiotts will be suspended suspendedthis supendetis
this year 50 that the court may be beaailable b bS baa11ab1e
aailable if DIStrict Attorney Jerome Jeromebfglns Jeromhcgins
S
bfglns prosecution In connection with withthf w1t w1tthf
thf affairs of the Equitable Life As AsTrane s sTrane
Trane society This action was tak takr takUpfl
r upon the request of District Attor AttorJ
S
y J Jerome JeromeDistrict < rome romeDistrict
District Attorne Attorney Jerome in making makingmotion mkhii
i S motion to suspend the courts Yaca Yacatlfn vacatIert
tlfn said he had 8 letter from fflv fflvnor Gvrnr
nor Higgins ofterlng to place the cvi cvidhp eviobtitined
dhp obtAined by Superintendent of ofIlsurance o oIrsuranee
Ilsurance Hendrieks at Mr Jerome Jeromesdisposal JeromediposaI
disposal Mr Jerome added addedHis addedHis
His Duty t tFind Find Out OutIt OutIt
It is my desire to have that ci evidcie cid1CP
d1CP and it is my intention to go gotrrough g gtIrough
trrough it very ery thoroughly r I am not noth no
h 1 a position to know at this time timerlhtr tIm tImther
rlhtr there has been a violation or ortte o ot1e
tte iav a but It is In my dut duty to find out outIt o4itIt
It Is unusual for the governor to toaudrtss t ttudre35
audrtss 8 Ittter such as I have received receivedt
t the district attorney and It forces forcesI1tbli forceptblie
I1tbli < attention upon me I have made madeTrlnbements
5 Trlnbements with Justice Daey of ofHfCrhninai oi oit
HfCrhninai t q criminal branch of the 5Upr suprorm suprormrt < me meq
q rrt rt and he will continue the June Junetm Juntc
tm tc ii or that court through the summer aummerrc summerTH
TH powers of both courts can iC iCT I Ibe
T r N saT be invoked It will take me meIIhll imtime
IIhll time to learn whether I shall shallr shali
r i 1 the assistance of the courts courtsAction courtsAction
Action by Attorney General Generalttorney GeneralJttoriiey
ttorney General Julius M fayer Mayeitt fayerlt
lt hiSjoffiCe hiso8ice tOOa today engaged in go
1 SZ I icr < r th proeeUngs of the Equit Equita
a 1 odety When VhE > n asked how soorIe soon soonilld
Ie illd begin begin action against the theJ thEL
J L i tablf officers SCOred in the Hen HendT Henrh
dT ks report Mr r Mayer ayer replied rej4iedktlon I
ction will be taken as soon as it is i iiially
I
J iially kal1y pos + ble 1utd It will ill JOt be bejltttr bej
jltttr j tter of weeks but of dRYS ottl only onlybr I Ib
b br ror or w we will ill be read ready Not only onlyI I It1f
t1f I got ot to go o ovor r the H Hendricks Hendricksrcport ndricks I
rfport but the testimony which hih pre pree
< f that report and on tvhlch hich the thercort ther
rcort r nrt Is lMued lMuedHp beijH
Hp H was of the opinion that separate separatetUons eeprateii
tUons ii tions would be taken one for the therfshtutlon therfstttitIon
rfshtutlon or funds wrongfully elicited eliciteda
3 1 another for the debarment pro prof pro1Iflgs t
f dings ag against inst omcers or the so sot
I It
t In commenting on this phase phaseor I
of tltf tIi situation Mr Mayer said sakiFirst i iFirst
First of Its Kind Kindc KindThis
i ifrt
c This Is 1 a novel action and it is the theft
frt tlm time In the history of the state of ofv
1 ir w v York where deb debsrment nnent proceed proceedir proceed1ngs
ir 1ngs against offifials of an insurance insurancecenpany 1 1C11pany
C11pany witt kayo ve been taken Un UndE I Idt
dt th the Insurance l law the application apptlcatlonof j jof
of whih has never yet been put in inpr1tiCE inpr
pr1tiCE pr tice > the attorney general hAs po pow power i ie
e er to dEbAr officers of an insurance insuranceompany insuranceompany
< ompany who have been found derelict derelktin
in their dut duty and this debarment not noto
o 1y l3 precludes them front rom holding po poslUons i islEons
slEons as officers but also debars them themfrom thenifrom
from aUng as directors not onl only In inthc I Ilh
lh thc con company pany from which the they have h3ebCn havebeen
been deb deberred rred but from any other In insurance i iEurnn
Eurnn surance company doing business with withIr i
11 th the confines of th the state and the thenttrfley
j
ntt nttrfley rn general ill the one to enforce enforceth
th action actionBelmonts
i iBelmonts
Belmonts Resignation Resignationugust Resignationllgust
ugust Belmont said today that his hisr hisrE
r rE 5 sgnation at n as a director of the Equit Equitabf Equitabc
abc Life Assurance society was for fortanld or oraart1ed
tanld to Grover Cleveland on onJttc
Ju Jttc > 11 11I 14I I
I have not been n noti notillsd that any anyaction anyi
action i tion has been n taken on J11 my resignaI resigma resigmaor
tild or l lctter > tttr be said id and have not notc notreceived
c Cl rE received > ceinl an acknoh acknowledgment dgment of oftho ofth
tho th letter from lr Clv Cinve4nnei Cinve4nneiMr IHnd IHndIr
Mr Ir Belmonts lItter to Mr Cleveland1css Cleveland CleeloMcs
cs
New f York June H IDt IDtI 1P 1PIN
I IN Deoar SirI baf been a poIk poIkIfr policy policyt
t Ifr of the 1 qUttAb4e Assurance Assunuwet s st
t sine 188 T was iUS elected 8 di dir
r WI in 1 and MV served red en ever everSi r riro
Si iro and from the year l 1S9 to 1 1SI I In IsE
sE n fd on th the tinan financo e 9ttuniltee < My Mytr y yti
tr ti tEu < lJ however althou although h qualified qua1iftdfulirNtor qualifiedSf
fulirNtor Sf lireetorship til as a policy holder holderC Aas I
E rrcpd 1T tted by thE > majority holders of the thetovk thestek
tovk of tilt > company companyTasmuch
Tnasmuch as this particular amount
1 stok has now pas into a trust trusto trasto I
o hkh you alf to act a trustee with withn
n full uftderstandi understanding IP that you will willlit
I
hr omplete and urHluestioned exer exerFC
FC i of your j6ctgment In the selection elttionof I
of jirtlto I place my r resIitfo tion in inr inSTi
STi r hands to use > when hen and in what whath kat
1 h 11fr er you may sec tit titYourS fitVours
YourS Vours very trub trubhA truly trulyAIGUST
hA rGUST BELMONT BEIONTHyde BELMONTHyde
Hyde Anxious For Trial TrialJtnl TrialJinies
Jtnl Jinies > g H Hyde through Ills coutuJoel coutuJoelgmld coems11iiPE
gmld 1iiPE I Pntcrmyer has indicat indicated to toAtfnley toAttniey
Atfnley General Mayer Ids wIftisg wIftisgrc I Ir
r rc to facilitate the attorney S genes genesrrosed s i
rr rrosed cfosed suit against James H HydE HydEall Hydea
all a 1 l sh1tes for the return or the thepr thePr
pr < lts r received elved by them in the s syndi synditcs
c tcs s transactions in which the Eqult Equltaie
ab aie C society was wa involved involvedIr I
Mr Ir Hyde said he was liS most anxious anxiouscr I
fer cr 1J1 immediate > detennlnaUofJ of f the thequ thequ
qu Aion tion of the ownership oC this fund fundar fundat
ar 1 if he 18 rl right ht as he believes him hlmSl himrC
Sl rC to be relieve him by the jud judn judg judgsri
n sri T t of tH the court front the eritldsms eritldsmsUt critlclsmt
Ut t ha have e been n leveled agai against t him in inHw Intic
Hw report of the SuPerintendent wft wTc wTcic n nrc
rc gardll LJ most unjust and as based bafedp basedtr
tr p < a total misapprehtns on of the the1n theT
1n T < 11d facts factstlrey factsrEsey
tlrey rEsey GntrnT Mayer aEr inCormed inCormedHyde inforndM
M Hyde that Iw will avail himself of oftl ofttT
tl flfffr to expedite all immediate de detE1n deteriiatksi
tE1n teriiatksi nation in r regard rd to th the matter matterLA
0 0LAWYER
LAWYER LA WYER LAMB DISBARRED DISBARREDOutcome
Outcome of the Celebrated Suit of ofPeter ofPeter
Peter Power PowerYork PowerfW
York Ju June 1 1Lamb
fW IGeorge Alfred AlfredLamb
Lamb who ItS attorney for Peter Power Powerscd
i isd
sd to prevent the turning Over of the theNorthern
Nlrthtr Northern Pacific railroad stock to the theIl1rthern theNirthern
Il1rthern Securities Ompany < was die dieharnd
b8tTtd by an opinion handed down too toob today todayb
b the appellate division or the supreme supremelrt
4 5 lrt rt ProcMlings were brought against againstIxT1 sgslnstLT1h
IxT1 LT1h after > r h4 had lost thE suit suit on the thelTolmd theground
ground that Power was not genuinely a apla alaArtif
pla laArtif nt ff but had been Induced to Act in int11at intliit
t11at capacity It wu alleged that nelth nelthr
r Lamb nor Power were dam damsged td by bythr bytlw
thr proposed transfer and that the suit U1tW suitwa
W wa 1 brought with an Improper object In In1tw InACW
1tw ACWS
S COMING TO AMERICA AMERICAt
7 t Petersburg June A letter rrom rromU froni1w
U 1w Caucasus aiiU5 says the MeleJ81tS have haveJ haveripared
J ripared parro to follow on ow the example of I the he
II 7 s lIkhohors and nd are 1egig to soil emlnlff soilTHte
nlff to America te esea isuape e oUlehtl 6p 6ppNIUon op opitiOiI
pNIUon itiOiI Count To1stol M has tJ bcelt last lastJT1rf ioetru ioetruntl
JT1rf ntl t1 > i fU inducing tJleDukel10bers tue to got go got
t Canada
BLOODY BATTLE BATTLEAT BATTLEAT
AT LODZ POLAND POLANDFifty POLANFifty
Fifty Persons Killed and a L Iar IarNumber e 1 1Number
Number Wounded WoundedBARRICADES WoundedBARRICADES
BARRICADES IN STREETS STREETSI STREETSRIFLE STREET STREETRIFLE I
RIFLE VOLLEYS AND REVOLVER REVOLVERSHOTS REVOLVESHOTS
SHOTS CONTINUOUSI CONTINUOUS CONTINUOUSL
I ODZ JM Jwn ITroops have stormed stormedtlte storratL
L L tie IHirric barrIcde des erected In the thetreets U Uptreets
ptreets treets by the strikers Fifty per persons peiSons
sons have been killed and 200 ounded woundeIartial oundedMartial
Martial law will be declared declaredLodz declaredLodz
Lodz Russian Poland June 23Since 23Sinceearly 23S1nearly
early th this morning this city has been beenI bee beel
I l 8 state of panic The strike is getral gen genenll
enll ral and all the fnct factories rles and shops are areclosed ai ainosed
closed Barricades have been erected erectedat crecte crecteit
at man many pointslittle points pointsIUfte
little vone volleys s and revolver shots are areheard ai aiieard
heard continually continuaJlany continuallyMany
Many any persons have been killed or orund C Cbut
und b but t it I impossible at present presentto preset preseto
to o ascertain the number with ith an anexacUtudeowing anxactltude
exacUtudeowing xactltude owing to the general char character chaiicter
acter of the disturbancesThemob disturbances disturbancesThemob
Themob sacked 8 number of liquor liquorstores liquctores
stores and broke the street Inmps InmpsStreet 1ump3treet
Street railroad traffic is interruptedWarsaw interrupted interruptedVarga
Warsaw Varga Russian Poland June 23A 23Aman 23 23nan
man carrying a bomb was arrested thIs thIsmornlng thi thinoinIng
mornlng in front of the Ialewki pollee polleestation polictation
station He refused aU information re regardin rearding
gardin his Identity identitDisturbances
Disturbances are anticipated here in inconsequE i ionsequence
consequE onsequence > nce of the recent shooting of ofworkmen c cvorkmen
workmen at Lodz LodzSITUATION LodzSITUATION
SITUATION IS SERIOUS SERIOUSOrder
Order rder Can be Restored by Heavy HeavySacrifice Heav HeavSacrifice
Sacrifice of Life LifeSt Lifest
St Petersburg June 31 3 3J a mAc mAccording mAcording
cording to 8 adicea < h ces received here the sit situaUon sittatina
uaUon In Poland is again exceedingly exceedingly2lerlous exceedingierious
2lerlous Censored dispatches from Lodz Lodzthouth Lodzbough
bough giin giving ow Wdetail details < indlcatethat indlcatethatfitrre indicate tha thafrre
fitrre street et > righting htlng WitS In progress yes yesterdcy yesnoisy
noisy between the militar military and the thestriking tIn tIntriking
striking workmen who barricaded the thethorouthfares thihoroighfares
thorouthfares In various Quarters of the theit tieit
it and offered resistance which the thetrnoptc tiecnope
trnoptc met with volleys The list of dead deadand dea deaml
and ml wounded vresumably is h heavy 8 but butnot bu
not 01 even alt i estimate has bt en received receivedIen receiveetc
etc > Russian correspondents telegraph telegraphmg
mg ig thAt the streets arc enUrel entirely In the thehands tieands
hands ands of tm military and the mob and ant antiot
iot J it 1 lgnsafe unsafe to venture out to ob I IIt
418 detaIls detaIlsIt t lg
It is not known wl whether ther the fi fightin fightinas hling hlingwas
was as continued last ni night ht but it Is 1 feared fearedthat feareat
that at order eAR bE re stored < only at heav heavS8crifice heavecriIe
S8crifice ecriIe
S8crificePolitical
Political Disturbance DisturbanceLodz DisturbanceLodi
Lodi has been 1ft a turmoil for the thePMst tiesat
PMst sat three Iag The strike which emraces em embrac
brac races S 6O 6OiOfl OO workers appears to have haveentirI haVfltirely
entirI fltirely lost it it economic < nature and Is Isnow i iow
now ow A vast political manifestation An Anforms Al Alrms
forms rms of public business activity activit havc havc1H haviPeR
1H PeR su suspended the peaceful Inhabitants Inhabitantsrem inhabitantmainlug
rem mainlug inlnb indoors In fear of their lives livesT11e liveshe
T11e he JH political ae zeal l of the manifestants manifestantshas manlfestantas
has as become inflamed by intoxiCKnts froira from fromthe
the a vodka mops which hkh were broken into intoand lntcad
and ad ptllaged yesterday yesterdayAt
At Warsaw arsaw a strike has commenced and anddisordtrs anc ancworders
disordtrs art looked for and the trial of ofOkrjay ol olkrjay
Okrjay krjay who ttrrew a bomb at a aLation wlice wlicetation
tation on March G will probably result resultIn resullI
In I other bomb outrages A man was ar arr arsted
r too yesterday esterd8 morning armed with a abomb i iamb
bomb amb which was tldt evidently > nlly intended to be beused b beec i
used eec in court during the trial yesterday yesterdayDisclaim yesterdayDisclaim
Disclaim All DesignsTn Designs
Tn the meanwhile the government has hast ha haobilely
obilely diseaimed 18 e all designs s as to tht thtussiflmttlon
3esI
= ussiflmttlon t of Poland o the c committe committer It Itof
of r ministers in ib deliberations on thE thElociaUHt thteialilEt
lociaUHt eialilEt question which v wpre rc published publishedyesterdar publishedsterday
yesterdar sterday saln saying The cOmmittee con considers eonders
siders ders it absolute necessary to stab estabsh stabUsh
Ush sh the fact that the RusslfiCation and anddtn ani aninistlonalism
dtn nistlonalism tlonalism of the PoI Poles < s cannot possibly possiblylic
lic P within the Intent Qf the Russian gov government govrnment
ernment rnment The aim must rather be the theamalgamation themalgamation
amalgamation of the Polish Jovernment Jovernmentwith governmenlith
with ith the Russian administration and thc theolding
wodln olding oCthe of the PoH Polish h people with the theeneral thesnersi I
eneral body politic of Russia b by peace peaceii < C Cful
ful ii ties which will preserve Polish Indi Indivlduatty mdiduality
duality culture and lan language languageBANQUETTO agen
4 4BANQUET
BANQUET BANQUETTO TO REID REIDAmerican REIDmerican
American merican Ambassador Entertained byS by byI byPilgrims I
S Pilgrims Society SocietyI SocietyLondon
I London June 23Vhitelaw 23Wh itelaw Reid Reidthe Reidlit
the lit American nmbas6ador ho JutS JutSbeen Jutsen
been en offiCially n received < eived by King Edward Edardand Edwardd
and d the members of the cabinet and andetttertained anditertained
etttertained socially b by royalty and the theJeaders theaders
Jeaders of En English Jj5h societ society made his hiRfirst hisrat
first rat public apeamnee as American Americ8nambasqador Americannbassador
ambasqador tonight at a dinner given givpnin
in L his honor by thE > Pilgrims society of ofl ofondon
l ondon don The gathering g thering included many manyof manyEnglands
of EntIAnds JJQst famo men with a asprtnklln1 awinkling
winkling of American residents of ofLondon ofondon
London all or whom gave the heartiest heartiestelcome leartlestelcome
elcome to the American representa representatif
tif Ye The large banquet han at atClaridgtS atlaridges
ClaridgtS was crowded and presented presentedbrilliant a ariiliant
brilliant SCDf The haJJ was plainly plainlybut plainlyat
but at daintily decorated 1 Hrated with the en entwin envined
twin vined AI Ainencsn wriCan and British flogs flogshUJf flagsai
hUJf ai bells of American beauty rosesid roses rosesand
and id dusters or other flowers while the thenumerous thetimernits
numerous round tables at which the tbettnpany theEtupany
ttnpany din dined were decorated with red redanl1 redid
anl1 id pink r roses and green climbers climbersField climbersField
Field Marshal arsb l Lord Roberts presided presidedand presidedd
and d severa hundred guests were pres present presit
ent it
41 41BANDITS
BANDITS PLANNED PLANNEDTO
TO HOLD HOLDUP UP EXPRESS EXPRESSTAcoma
TAcoma Wash June 3The detec detecth deteces
th es who a are working on the case of oflast ofst
last st nights holdup of the Northern NorthernPadfies Northernacitirs
Padfies North Coast limited this thismQrning thisorning
mQrning t pund und a sack containing thirty thirtypounds thirtyundS
pounds undS of dynamite cached in a thicket thicketneAr thicketar
neAr ar the spot where the holdup was to toha toLye
ha Lye taken place had the highway highwan highwayons
ons n plans b been > n carried < rried out outFrom outFrom
From this it tt evident that the plan
of S th thO robbers was to blow up the mie mieof safe safethe
of the Northern Pacific Express com comP8r cornmy
my myOther
P8r Other r than this no clue has vet been beendkcoered beeneeovered
dkcoered but SUPE Superintendent > rinttndent Albee Albeewho Albeeho
who ho bas the case in charge says that thatb thatIs
b is confident that some Importanttptures important importantcaptures
captures will be made in the course of ofa offew
a few days daysPIOPLE daysEOPLE
PIOPLE EOPLE ORDERED TO TOBE TOBE
BE READY READYTO TO LEAVEornt LEAVE LEAVEMoun
Moun ornt Vesuvius Threatens to Belch EelchForth BelchForth
Forth Flames and Molten MoltenLava 3loltenLava
Lava LavaNaples LavaNflples
+ Naples June HTbe prefect prefecthas prefectJuts +
+ has ordered the populAtion in the theVicinitY thevicinity +
+ VicinitY of Mount ount Vesuvius to pre proiare preJN1re +
+ JN1re to leave their houses owing owlngto 4 4to
+ to an alarming Increase in the dis discharges discharges +
+ charges from the crater cruterj +
+ 4 + j + t + t t 4 t + t + H t + t + t + + H + + + t + t + t + + t + 4 4O4 t + t tSPBEAD
O4 O4SPI3EAD
SPBEAD OF YELLOW FEVERVashlngton FEVER FEVERVaaJhlnton
VaaJhlnton June 2The buro n o oinsularaffairs of ofisularaffairs
insularaffairs IUts hasrecelved received a cab1elntm cab1elntmfrom cmbegrsemma
from ma Governor Meegoon agoon at PanamH re reporUng ie ierUng
porUng rUng four II new Ca5e8 ur yellow fever
DARK OUTLOOK OUTLOOKFOR OUTLOOKFOR
FOR MITCHELL MITCHELLGr
Gr Great at Mass 1ass of Evidence Piling Up UpgajnsttheJSenator U UAgainsttheSenator
AgainsttheSenator AgainsttheSenatorTANNERS gajnsttheJSenator gajnsttheJSenatorTANNERS
TANNERS STORY FINISHED FINISHEDPROSECUTION FINISHEIPROSECUTION
PROSECUTION WILL BE CLOSED CLOSEDMONDAY CLOSEMONDAY
MONDAYflOItTLAND MONDAY MONDAYPORTLA
flOItTLAND D Ore J June e Sr flJadge dge A Ar Al Albert
PORTLA r bert 11 TaR Tanser er e ahit t wlte wlthese for the theproet8 U Upro
pro proet8 ecftties IR Ue the case of o U the UJd UJdState lJalt lJaltStates
State States aghst ga U tYiiited le Stte States Semtr SemtrlUch SonaR SonaRMitchell
lUch Mitchell I o ocdilpied pe the WltRe witness s stand al alday a aday
The direct esaminatlon waS waScncluded we weconcluded
day todlY today Th diret nminUon
cncluded concluded late this afteroon afternoon ate aftO whic whiccourt whic whiccourt
court w was adured adjourned tl till tomorwwl tomorwwltho tomorrow Who Whothe
the defense wi will begin Its crexamila crexamilaton croesexamlni croesexamlnition
ton tonOnly tion Only once today did aything anything our occur to tobrek I Ibreak
one
break the monotonous piling up of dou doumentar tIme tImenientary
brek th montonous pln
mentar nientary evidence by the proeution proeutionProper prosecution prosecutionProper
Proper Evidence EvidenceThis EvidenceThis
This was when the cur court rle ruled that thatWas I
to Introduce evidence tendin tendinto
was proper introuc evdene tening teningto
to show that Senator lItchel Mitchell hd had kW kWjn kpoiingly
jn ingly y acepte accepted fce fees In other bt but simIlr simIlrse simile simileeases
eases to the oRe at isue lesue for tHe pure purpos purposof
oC se proving a lack of prblt pls1tty that an anaccptance a aacceptance I
accptance acceptance of a fe fee In te the ce ease at ise iseImd Issu Issuhad
had ben been by indvcrtene inadvertence or crelene esrelesenes esrelesenesThe
over thE offer c ca
The dlSeement disagreement arose arse oferor oferora
a letter and tetmon testimony frm from Juge Judge Tad Tadner Tarncr
ncr showIng tat that Tanner an and Mitche Mitchehad UtceJ
had made an agreement wih with Kribs to eX eXpedite e epedite
pedite certain crtin a clims claims In Deember December JE JEThe 11
The defn defense e objecte objected on the gns grounds that thatthe the thethe
TE the agreement cme came otide outside of thoe those al alleged alleged
leged ageement in the Inictet Indictment I If suh such evidenc evldenc evldencwas I
was admitted the defens defense argued arguedwould arued t twoul
admite
would forc force Senator lltceU Mitchell withut without no ne neLice
Lice to disprve disprove alegtins allegations not st set forth forthin fort fortIn
tce in the lndlctnient on which he was bng bngtrie bela belatried
tried in inictment other othe words b be tring trying him for formisdemenors fo fomisdemeanors
misdemenors trie misdemeanors of which he Is not acuse acuseWhy accusec accusecWhy
Why it Was Ofered OferedIr Offered OfferedMr
Mr Ir Hene honey cntende contended that the rul rules or oreldcte o otridence
tridence admitted such tetmony testimony in car certain cartam
eldcte amite
tain tam ce cases a as tending to prove knwledge knwledgeand kncwledg kncwledgend
and intent whre where it its Jck lack was set out as asa a adefense
defense as In this case On One ofence ofencecontnued offenc offencontlnued
cse
a ontlnued Mr a H Honey < ne might perhps perhaps be beAn b bEn
An contnued accidet accident lfr 01 or an InadvertenC inadvertence bt but wih wihthe wit withe
the he increase of simiar similar offenst offenses saM k the thedistrit th thlistrict
listrict inre attorney the prbbity probability of 1 lad ladf
distrit atorey
of f knowledge decrease decreased The court < h hal halrith <
with knowJdJe Mr lr Heney and as a a lsult result tb the te tee teelmoiiy
timony of Judge Juge Tanne Tanner wa was admittd admitted In Inrelato Ii IielaUon
elaUon to the work done for Bensn Benson an aw awtyde
relato Hyde of California W E Burke of et etern east eastrn
Calfon1a
ern rn Oregon and L Lee Sue a PorUAn Portland Chi Chinee CIIIceac
ceac as well as other transUons transactions 1or befor beforlee
the nee lee department w1 a of commerc commerce an and labr labor in inal Ii Iiill
ill of deprtment which It was cnterlM contended that Mr MrIitchclI Ir IrMlch1
al which I
Mlch1 IitchclI had reived received hi his share of th Us Usees
fee ees paid
Mass of Documents DocumentsThe
The Introduction and ientfiton Identification bY bYJudge b bedge
introuton
Judge Tanner of documentary doumentar an evk1eflC evk1eflContinued eenc eenccntnued
ontinued throughout the entn entire > da daLter day dayLetter
throughut th
cntnued
Letter after letter and telegram afer aferte6m afte afteelogram
leter tegaJ
elogram Lter afer which had passed a d btwen between Sn Snator Sen Sentor
te6m Tanner were ofered of offered
ator tor Mitchel Mitchell and Jude Tnnr
fered In e1lence evidence a depite despite th the erfolt efforts of ofte 0 0lie
lie defense tostem the fo flood Al All aC aCcording acording
cording te to the gvprnment government 5Jlated IAte to totrnsctins ti tiransactions
ransactions alleged to have been tarriet tarrietn rrie
trnsctins on n In part b by alged Sentor Senator Mitchell ltch1 in Wash Washrigtoa asb asbIngtoI I
par
IngtoI rigtoa manly mainly bfore before th the general ln land of office ofice
fice ice In relation of the Krbs Kribs claims They Theyemprstd The3ntprised
ntprised instructions instrctons and 5ugtesUos 5ugtesUossent suggestiols suggestiolsent
sent emprstd ent by Judge ude Tanner lit lists of lands ref refer refrmcrn
er rmcrn me to tl tbf fes fees to b be rehe received And de depsi do doNssIt
NssIt slps Slips sent 6nt b by Tanner to Mitchell Mitchella UtcheJ
psi In a some some of the leter letters the senator asked askedI aekeC
C his name bad bn been used in flnr fiIin p pa paera
pe I era warig warning th the juge judge t1t that he cl could 1t 1tappea He Heppearg
ppearg 5 an attorney before e anbthe anbthegernment anyofthlpvernment
atory b <
appea pvernment departments in others Tanier Tan Tanner
gernment ner ier referrE referred dertment to the mater matter statng stating tht thth tha
h 10 had not alowed allowed the Snats senators nAme to tobe U Ue
be e place placed to ay any ppr papers A letter Crom CromTanner ron ronanner
Tanner anner to hi partner tol told ef a cnve conversa conversaIon I
hI prtner
tlon Ion had wth with Ben Benson who wa was then in inPortand it itortland
ortland In which he had cutined cautionec cautionecensofl
Portand ensofl that the senator coul could not b Is Isflown I
know Bensn flown in any of the transactons transactions At 41 41n 4 4he
supply of docu docureents O
he seemingly endless d
reents n canie f to an end t 8 and Mr H Haney n nO nnounced an anouneed
nounced hat the government had fn fnished fin findied
ished died wih with the tlC wines witness Afer After court had ha hadjournad 1 1adjoured
adjoured djournad Mr ir Hene Hertey sd said that he ox oxacted
peeted acted the goverment government would compete compleU compleUis I
is case lat late < Monday aferoon afternoon afternoonJEW
is cE I INEW
NEW FOREST RESERVE RESERVEESTABLISHED I IESTABUSHEDINIDAHOi
ESTABUSHEDINIDAHOi ESTABUSHEDINIDAHOiSpeial ESTABLISHED IN IDAHO IDAHOSpecial
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Special Speial to The Herald HeraldWashington Her1d
Washington Yahinglon June 23The prident pridenthas president presidentas
has as issued a prclamation proclamation creating the theassia I
Cassia forest resere reserve aggregatire aggregatirebout aggregUn aggregUnabut
bout 326000 acres of land in Casia Casiacounty Cassia Cassiaounty
abut 3260
county Ida lying just north of the theNeada theevada
Neada evada line lne in the Shoshone Shoshne moun mountains mounsilts
silts This reserve wa was created on onetton onetition
etton etition of a number of reidents residents in inthat inhat
that hat vleiniy vicInity who wanted to conserve consenethe conservehe
the he waters of certin certain 8rems streams rising rising in inthese Inhese
these mountalns mountains which hleh supply a lrge lrgeagicu1url large largegricultural
gricultural rnge range an and lvestok livestock dis distriet disnet
agicu1url
triet net before reaching reching Snake river intohIch into intowhich
which hIch they flo flow The est establishment bJshment of ofthe ofhe
was also found to be im important iraortant
the he reserve wa foun b
portant ortant In order to insure a cotrole cotroleuse controlled controlledse
use se of range and thereby hannizing hannizingthe harmonizing harmonizinghe
the he intere interests t of the shee sheep an and ctte cttemen cattle cattleien
men ien now using i it between wh whom ex exists exits
ists its a bIter bitter confc confcRUSSIAN conflict conflictUJSSIAN
RUSSIAN COUNTESSSUSPECTED COUNTESS COUNTESSSUSPECTED
SUSPECTED OF THEFT THEFTst
St Petersburg Jue June ZlTheodoee Tho S SDnrlng Ssarling
sarling st Petersbr of New York City an anti seel seelothr several severalthor
Dnrlng thor guests at thO lb Ho1 Hotel De LEuropo LEuropoave
havc ave becn gets robbed et an their valitabies valitabiesfr AIA AIAlr
lr Darling 1n robEt lost t a diamond neklace necklace and andquiE andtilts
tilts Dfrlng a SUJ stint or my noney SlbseumUy Silsseqiiently the theaeklsee
quiE aeklsee kIHte WAS diered diecorered In a Pwn pawn shop shopIth shoptick
tick Ith th the aesistanea i8tnc of the American Amric em emboy eraeasy
efforts are new madag to recover recoverlee
boy easy ffot Ar maRJ rver rverthe
the lee stoJn stolen prrty property Coerbk Conaieierabk mttr mystery mysterysrrounds
srrounds Ute robber robbery SWpico Suspicion falls faUso fallsa
sron
a a Ru1a elte countess but whn when ac aceMB acaed
o aed RueJ she c thrtne threatened to 8 sue tl the pro prorttorr
eMB and h hc hPOCATELLO iieon
rttorr of the hotel no attempt
cr eon made thi to prosecute c netemp her herPOCATELLO
POCATELLO NEWS NEWSS81 NEWSSpbcial
S81 to The Her Herald HeraldPocatello
Pocatello June 23Fred Fre AughK Augustine > the theran
Potell
mAn ran take taken or the Sh Short Lin Line tin trsia a afew aSW
few SW days ago An and Jke locked 11 up on a chArge chArgeof
of f insaslty In 8Rly hs he SOW shown no Improveeesot Improveeesotwill Improvet Improvetan
an foo wi will he t1ken taken to the aylum asylum at Blck Blckfoo Black BlackThe
fooTl The closiag exercises of the SL J Joseph Josephrhool ph phschol
Tl CJIH txe
schol rhool w we a lreh largely atene attended an and rCt rCtgft reflect reflectrest
rest eredjt won the techr teachers teachersThe
gft Tle The hose tem team 1o of the Potell Pocatello fre fredeprtme fire fireepsrtnient
epsrtnient li working hard and fxpt expects expectsgive
deprtme give the other teams t of the th slte state a aJ aard
J har U ard gVf rn run for the e eGOLD c1 championship mpionhip thi this fal falL falLGOLD
GOLD FROM THE NORTH NORTHS NORTHSogttle
S Sogttle JU Jima 21The The stemer steamer City of ofSeatte ofeattle
Seatte eattle ttc i Is fxpte expected to rech reach prt port Sun Sunday huniy
day iy with ith 100 iJiOO500 In geld dust from the themine theInes
mine Ines of the Klondlke and Tana cntry cntryShe country countrybe
She be let Sgy Skagway this morning Th The ship shipent
ment ent Is one or th the larget largest o of the season seasonrid aon aonand
and rid rerents represents the first firt cleanups cleanup or aumber a anumber
number umber of dwm claims claimsThe
The steer steamer DOlphin arrived here this thismolnb thisorning
molnb orning wth with SO OtlO5 In gl gold The gold goldrue
came rue rrOf coin the Klopdfke Klo lke and W8 congnetl con consige
sige gnetl to the AS assay office hcr here hereCASHIER
te teCASHIER
CASHIER GIVES BONDS BONDSBuffalo BONDSBuffalo
Buffalo June 2Fr Fred R R Gre Green ch chier cash cashir
ier ir of th the Fronla Fredonla National bank bank or orFr ofredonla
Fr redonla oJI8 S Y Y for t the art arr t of whom whoma whomvarrant
a varrant rnt bd had bn been Issued toa today sur surrend surndered
rend ndered red hhnel hielseif and gve gave bn ball for a aarng
hq arng n on Monday In Ue the sum st of 15
0 0 The wrnt warrant f5 iseii Je d iSlnst against Gren Grencharges Green Greeninrgoe
him with fal false
charges inrgoe hm 1flh mAkng making a ent entry entryS
to S tht the efect effect that thl the Frola Fredonla Natona Natonabask National Nationalulk
I bask ulk hnd a crdit credit in in the Porotle Forostville bank bankhen
I whe hen huch uch creit credit doe does + not exist existS existCLAIM
I CLAIM S OUTLAWED OUTLAWEDI
I St L Paul Paul Jane e t7n Tn the case Cs or te test the theiIte
st iIte e AbIRst against C6gosmBn Cesrrsaman C B B Buck Buckinn
man inn to TeYr recover iWUtjO for ane alleged ed Iegl Iegltmb Illegal Illegalmper
tmb mper cUlng cutting Utlpremt the supreme > c8rt coart hue hnedJ huebt4led
dJ bt4led Q against ullt th the aizte stte fiudheg fnb that thatle tlt tlttht
tht le state Ctates caim claim had bn bevu utawf outlawed
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Teddy in Commencement Week
MANCHURIAN POLICY IS ABANDONED tABANDONEDCzar
Czar Has Washed His Hands of fhe the Vhole AffairAlexis AffairAlexisAlexieff AfairAlexis AfairAlexisAlexief
Alexief Alexieff and the Far Eastern Commitee Committee Wil Will No Longer LongerDisturb LongerDisturb
Disturb Ru Russian sian Peace
I
tT PETERSBURG June 3A A Sr tn tnis
ST is currelt curruit in in the te city h that th t theda thedaybefor thedabe0r 1
be0r befor Grnd Grknd Duke Alexis relspe resigned resignedthe
the post of high admIral dmlrl he receved recevedfonnal received receivedformal
formal warning from te the terrorist terrorists In informing I Ifonlng
fonlng forming him him that unle unless he retired retiredwihin retiredwithin
wihin within twent twentyfour four hours a sentenceon sentenceonhim
him would be pased passed and exeute executed executedThe
The announcement or Admiral Alex Alexiefs Alexlefts
iefs lefts retrement retirement was not acompnie accompanied accompaniedby
hy the usual rescript ofpraise ofprals and itbears it itbears
bears an the ear marks of Imperi Imperial ds dsfavor die diefavor
favor The retirement or Grand Duke DukeAlexis DukeAlexis
Alexis as as high admirl admiral fwd of Alexief Alexieff Alexieffas
a as viceroy of the fr far est east and the thesuppresion thesuppression
suppression of the far easterrcomml easterd commit committee
tee in quick su succession esslon Is the best evi evidence evideuce
deuce that Japan could need tha that the theemperor theemperor
emperor has washed his hands or the thewhole thewhole
whole Manchurian adventure Th ThLiberl The TheLiberal
Liberl Liberal press greets g1 > ts te the demise of thefar the thefar
far eatern eastern commitee committee wih with a hO1 howI of
I ta1lng being tbetna1 the 1Ii tUe tUeplc te the thepolicy
policy plc which hich led to the vrs esetit rt war warThe r rThe
The Slovo M 1 Wites Wittes otn organ at atbute attil attilhates
bute hates the origin of the war t tO 11teltt 11telttlUniser IiitodSx IiitodSxMtnleter
Mtnleter lUniser Von T0 PJehve and conludes conludesThe concludes concludesThe
The black page which preceded the thebl thebloody
bl bloody y pages of the book of our far fareastern fareastern
eastern afairs affairs has at last been tor torn out outby outby
by the eperor emperor and aU Russia wi will re rejoice rejoice
joice joiceAter joiceAfter
After Ater the labr labor disturbances disturbancec of January Jan Januar
uar uary 2 22 which resuled resulted In much blood bloodshed
sh shed d In S1 St Petersburg it was as reported reportedthat
that Grand Duke Alexis had been con condemred condemrled
demred demrled to death by the terrorst terrorists I It Itwas i
was further assered asserted that for a long longtmt longtime
tmt time afer after the murder of Grand Duke DukSergi DukeSergius >
Sergi Sergius us Fehruar February 1 17 Alexis did not notleave notleave
leave his placf palace as he ha had agin again been beennotified I InotfiE
notfiE notified > d that the terrorists had placed placedhis placedhis
his name on the lst list of those who were weretobe I Ito
to tobe be E executed
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STRIKE AGAIN NEAR SETEMENT
Unless Something Unf Unforeseen res en Occurs the Chicago Teamsters TeamstersWilake TeamstersWill
Wilake Will Make Their Peace Wih With the Employers Emplqyersin
in a Few Days
S
HICAGO Tune 231 23All the obstaclei obstacleiwhich
C CHICAGO which have prevented a1 an cndht eiidlng of ofthe olthe
the teamsters srike strike aDer aiDnar to tohAve tehave
hAve been elminated eliminated and the ini nd ndtions
lons tions tonight are r that unles unless Eom some something
thing unforeeen unforeseen develop develops hoaljlities hoaljlitiesbetween ho ltes
between the oppoing opposing jnteret Interests wi will willcease
cease within a short tm time At a meet meeting meeting
ing today between tle the commitee committee representing rep reprentng
rentng resenting the striker strikers and J V Far FarweB Fartell
weB for the Employers alton altonthe association associationthe
the Queston question of a cnspiuous conspicuous tisphty tisphtyof display displayof
of the union button uton which baa ben benoppsed been beenopposed
oppsed opposed by the emplo employers ers durng during the thepece thepence
pece pence negotatons negotiations wa was gtte settled Thequestion The Thequeston
queston question Is to be lef left to the employers employersIndividually
Individually the aciato association ageeng ageengto agreeing agreeingto
to withdrw withdraw the demand deman for the elim elimmotion elm elminaton
motion of the union emblem emblemAs emblemAs
inaton
As the buton button propositon proposition hs has beh behREQUEST beeb beebREQUESTGRANTED
REQUEST REQUESTGRANTED REQUESTGRANTEDSick GRANTED GRANTEDSick
Sick and I IWounded Wounded Rusians Russians Can CanLeave CanLeave
Leave ManilaWashington Manila ManilaVashing
Washington Vashing n June 2ln ZaIn 1epe response to toI toa
I a request cabled lbled to the wAr dept deptment deprt deprtmont
mont by the governorgenemi vernorgcnevlO of tle tlephippines tke tkePhilippines
phippines Philippines in b behalf half of the ttuslan ttuslanadmlr1 Russian Russianadmiral
admiral admlr1 Enlulst Enqulst to b be alowe allowed to r re return
tur turn hIs sick and wounded officers and Rndmen andmen
giving their parole not to toengge toengage
men upon gving thei prole
engge engage in hostilities hostites during the warand war warand
and to be alowed allowed to t bring certain < ma materal innterial
teral terial for repairing damaged ships the thesecretry thesecretary
secretry secretary ha has sent the f010ng folloning dable dablegram ble blegm
gm gmYou gram You may alow allow Russian admlnl admimi to toembark toembark
embark his sick and wounded officers officersand
and men on Russian hospial hospital ship shipdaly shipdaily
daly daily expected upon their giltg giving pa parole parole
role not to engage engge in hostites hostilities during duringthe durng durngthe
the war You ma may also alow allow them to tobring tobring
bring from Shanghai materal material for re repairlng repairing
pairing vessels other than munitIons munitIonsof munitons munitonsof
of war such as cordage si sail cloth clothwste clothwaste
wste waste and oi oil for machiner machinery etc but butthe butthe
the vessels ar are still to rmain remain in inter interment intrn intrnmont
mont Lound LoundNO ound oundNO
NO SUCH ORDERS GIVEN GIVENLondon GIVENLondon
London June Replylng to a ques queston questlon
tlon In the house of cmmos commons tolY today In Inr inregard
regard ton urd to thc reporte reported npullQn expulsion of Amer Amerlel Americnq
r lel icnq and ad Eurp European n firms fr from rem Pt Po Arthirt Ar Arthur
thur the under socr secretary r for forel foreign ar arfair8 affairs
fairs Bart Pcrc Pcrcy Sfd said the goyornrjpnt goyornrjpnthsd nt nthad
had ben been Informo informed that JO o s11 suek gV orders ordersbud
had te tier ben been given gven bthlJif by the Jspsnejd5tiori Jspsnejd5tioritier S lut or
the chief stunibling stumbing blok block during dUri g the thelatest
laest latest efor efforts to reACh a peceuble peaceable set settlement
tement tlement of the difculty difficulty I It is the gen general yenoral
oral bc1ef belief that the touble trouble is drwing drwingto drawIng drawIngto
to 8 a clos close as ni all the other ters terms of ofsettement ofsettlement
settement settlement made by the emplo employers er have havebee
been bee accepted hy the ofeIals officials repre repres represefiting I
s sefiting ng the striker strikers DurIng the meet meeting meetbig
big wi with hlr Me Farwel Farnell the subcommit subcommitte subcommittee
te tee or the Temsters Teamsters union asurd assured the theemployer theemployers
employers employer representative reprentatve thAt his histerms histernis
terms of settment settlement would be stisfac stisfactr satisfac satisfactory
tr tory t to the mn men but that the resul result of ofthe ofthe
the meeting would hat have to be reported reportedto reportedtothe
to tothe the eneml commitee committee before any anyiofcial anyofficial
iofcial official acton action culd could be taken takenArngement takenArrangements
Arngement Arrangements were made wih with Mr MrFarwell I IFanvel
Farwell Fanvel to mc ineCt t representtve representatives of the thegeneral I II
I general commitee committee when acrding according to tothe I Ithe
the labor leader leaders the settement settlement of the thestrike I Istrike
strike wi will be completed complete wih with the ex exI exception
cepton ception of taking 1 a referendum vote ote by bythe bythe
I the strikers on th the prposition prpositionDEFENSE proposition propositionDEFENSE
DEFENSE WAS INSANITY INSANITYMontana INSANITYMontana
Montana Murderer Gets Off With WithVerdict WithVerdict
Verdict of Manslaughter ManslaughterCret Manslaughterqreet
Cret qreet Falls MonL ont June 23After 23Afterb1ng Ael
bmng out for eight hour hours the jury in inthe inthe
the Jeerl Keen murer murder ce case rturned returned a a ver verdiet
dit diet of manslaughter late tonight tonightJame tonightJames
I Jame James S Keerl eerl who is a cli civil en en1t englileor
glileor 1t Or o of Helena Helena kjed killed a bartender bartenderI batondernamed
named Crystal in a saloon in that clt cltafer city cityI
I I afer after having having been ejete ejected from the theplace
j place His first trial resuled resulted In a ver verl1ic verdic1
l1ic dic1 or murder In the second degee degeeThe degree degreeThe
The supreme court gnted granted a new trial trialI trialand
and that rsuled resulted In a disagreement disagreementA disgeement disgeementA
I A change of venue nue was was tken taken to Cas Castrade
cde trade count county and the trial hs iras been on oniherefor onherefor
iherefor herefor the past vt tree three week weeks The TheI Thedefense
I dpfense defense wa was ImmniuAIDING Insanity InsanityAIDING
AIDING THE BOYCOT BOYCOTI BOYCOTT BOYCOTTVictoria
Viotorla Victoria B C June 23Victorias
I 6000 000 C Chinese are working eneretcly eneretclyto energetically energeticallyto
to did Id the boycot boycott declared by theirnation their theirnaton
naton nation against Unied United Sttes States gods goods A AI Afund
f fund nd IS beIng subscrbed subscribed to aid In r re reImbursing
Imbursing coole coolles who lose wage wages at atChine atChinese
Chine Chinese e prt ports by their refusl refusal to un unload unload
I load steamers crrying carrying Unie United Sttes Sttesgoods States Statesgoods
goods The locl local Chinese Chinese moreover moreoverI moreoverwflt
Wl bocott boycott United Unite States State goods an anrofuseto
I rotuscto work for anyone who Is a aUnie aUnited
Unie United Stte States ctizen ctizenI citizen citizenSUGAR
SUGAR GOES LOWER LOWERS LOWERNw
I S N Nw Yoik ork Juno All n grado of re relieaMEar
c c
i1H daoie lieaMEar pt a wer wore toa today rduci reducer 15 cent Goats aun auni1H a hun hundaoie
JOHN CHINAMAN CHINAMANCAUSES CHINAMANCAUSES
CAUSES WORRY WORRYExclusion WORRYExclusion
Exclusion Lw Law Discussed at a Cabiet CabietM Cabinel CabinelNeeting
M Neeting NeetingViWS etng etngVJ
VJ ViWS W OF OF THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTEFrORT PRESIDENTEFFORT
EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO RE RETAIN RETAIN
EFrORT
TAIN ORIENTAL TRADE
t A ISHINGT0N GTOX June 2 23Chinese hinese im immigrton iraV
WSHI V V migrton migration to tothis this countt country and the theexeulon theexecution
exeulon execution of the he Chinese exclusion exclusionlaws exclusionlaws
laws cnsttuted constituted the principal topi topic of ofdiscussion ofdiscussion
discussion at toda todays s meetng meeting or the thecabinet thecabinet
cabinet I It wa was the last meetng meeting of the thecbinet thecabinet
cbinet cabinet to be held before Preident PreidentRooeeJ President PresidentRoosevelt
RooeeJ Roosevelt shan leave leve Washington for forthe forthe
the summer summerThe summerThe
The siuaton situation is regrded regarded both b by the theprekEnt thepresident
prekEnt president and mebers members of his cabinet cabinetassrous cabinetas
assrous as erlous As S Secretary cretary TaC Taft phrased phrusedit
it tlre there seems seem to be more trouble overthe over overthe
the < eedministration dmlnistrton of the law ian than in inthe inthe
the law it itself > IC In fact he expressed expressedthe
the hellef ler that too much time tme was spent spentin spnt spntin
in dveoping dve4ophig evidence against Chine Chineh Chinese Chinesewho
who h pre presbrnably mubly were enttle entitled to enter enterthecountr enterthe
thecountr thecountrPresidents the country countryPresidents
Presidents Possession PossessionThe
The Ti preident president Ide made I It cler clear at the themeeng themeong I
meeng meong toay today that he was determine determinethe determined determinedthe
the chInese hnee should have fair treatment treatmentunder I
undt under the law whenever they appled appledfor applied appliedfor
for admission dmision to this country at an any anyport 1
port He beled believed this was pot only onl in inthe inthe
p the Interest of Amerian American mahuftlctur mahuftlcturers maiufactur maiufacturers
ers and business business men but no more than thanjust thanJust
an
just to the Chines Chinese While hie no definite definitedecision defnite defnitedeison
deison decision was rece reached at tOdR todays S met meting meet meetingIt
ing ingIt I vas a the genrJ generally exprese expreseopin expiessed expiessedopinion
opinion that the amicable miCble dip1matc dip1matcd dipidmatic dipidmaticapd
apd d trde trade relatIons which thi this cuntr country countryhIts
hIts 81 always maintained with China Chinashould
should b be contnue continued if possible e To this thisend thisend
end Secrea Secretary Ha Hay wi will take action on onllr onbehfllf
behfllf llr of this country countrBoycot countryBoycott
Boycott Causes Worry WorryThe WorryThe
The report that the the com commercial ercial gUils gUilsor guikis guikisof
or China have entered Into a hard andfast and andfast
C1in
fast agrement agreement to boycott the zmer Amen Amencan
cn can mde made goods has had a disurbln disurblnefet disturbing disturbingeffect
efet effect on Americn American produce producers inter intereed interested
eed ested b he te the Chinese trade I It wi will be bethe bethe
the efort effort of this goverment government to en endevor eWdeavor
devor deavor to correct an any misapprehension misapprehensiontht misapprehensionthat
that tht may exist in China as to the tooiarsb too toohar
iarsb enforement enforcement of the Chinese c cx cxelusion
culto elusion har law There is no dispositon disposition to totxcdt toexede
txcdt exede from the country my of theclasses the thecasses
casses classes of Chinese who are exempt from fromthebplton fromthe
thebplton the eperatlon of the excusion exclusion Jaw JawTraqe lawTrade
Trade is increasingSecretary Increasing IncreasingSeretr
Seretr Secretary Ietcalr of th the department departmentof
of commerce and labor who has direct directsup directsuprvision
suprvision sup rision of the iminjgration immjrton bureau bureaudoes bureaudoe
does doe not beJee believe that unnecessry unnecessryharshn unnecessary unnecessaryharshness
harshn harshness s is used in the enforement enforcement of ofthe
the law but Is Investigating invetgtng the sub subject subject
I ject wih with a vIew to correctng correcting an any els elsof evils evilsof
of administrton administration that ma may be do doveloped
eloped He poInts out st t thE > cabinet cabinetmeeUng
meetng meeUng today that the Unied tlrilted States Statestr Statestrade
I tr trade wih with China in coton cotton gods goods alone alonefor alonefor
for the ten months of the present fscl fsclyer fiscal fiscalyear
yer year bad aggregated 321000000 noooo as asagainst asagainst
against 30000 3000000 for the previous fiscl fisclyear fiscal fiscalyeas
year He hoped t this ls trade would not notbe notbe
be disturbed thrpugh an any misunder misundersanlg misunderstanding
sanlg standing and expressed the belief that thatit thatit
it would not be beMortons beMortons
Mortons Last ast MeetingAU Meeting
AU t the members of the cabinet were werepresent werepresent
present at the meetng meeting I It was the thelat thelast
last lat cabinet blnet meetng meeting probablJ probably which whichSecQta whichSeczatary
SecQta Seczatary Morton wi will atend attend as he ex expect expects
pect pects foraJy formally to severe his connection connectionwih connectionwith
wih with the administration administrtion on the he 30th Inslant In Insnt
snt slant Meantimwiie Ieantme he wi vill spend much of ofhis
his time In New YDrk Y rk atending attending to his hisnew hisnew
new duUe duties in cnnecton connection wih with the theEquble theEquitable
Equble Equitable Lire Assurance sdety society He Hewilltt
wl willtt bC I Ii Washit21 s I t 10n on the 30tlln 30tlln5t 30th in inanvy
5t 1wm lt h 1 anvy VJ depart departmei departnieC
mei nieC toIItwtittllot t S or Charl Charles T T1o TBoiailiIrte
1o BoiailiIrte Irle f
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OTHER MATTERS MATTERSMUST MATTERSMUST
MUST BE SETTLED SETTLEDJapan
1
1 1Tpan
Japan is Not Irpaed Prepared to A Arraiige ge an anAstce anArmistice
Armistice ArmisticeTAKAHIRA Astce Astcet AstceTAKAHIRA
t
TAKAHIRA TAKAHIRA AT WHITE HOUSE HOUSEWHAT HOUSEWHAT
WHAT TRANSPIRED HAS NOT NOTBEEN NOTBEEN
BEEN GIVEN GIV N OUTA OUT OUTW
A I ASlIINGTON ASlINGTON JRD Jaap 22Mr Ir Ta TaJta TaJtaV
W V V him the Jap Japanese nilafoter l e re retre re retanned
tre tanned to WasiTt Wsbfkten t this afe afenoon after afternoon
noon from a vit visit or of jvel several dy dyIn dy dyin
and called At Atthe 1 1the
In New England cll
to tonlght lght where be bewa Irewas
the White hle Hose House wbe
wa was reived received by the predent president An and r rmalncd re remalned
malncd fOE for threquArter threequarters of an an h hThe iOHr iOHrThe
The minister wold would have notin nothing to S Sabut say sayabout
abut about his cofercc conference o or shout t the sitU sitUation jt jtaton
aton ation at thi this tme time be beyond o l rmrklU remrkiU tt ttseme that thatacme
acme mater matters must b be aettled > tJ frstI frstIT1 firstv firstvThe
The fac fact that th the mlniter coul could give giveno f fno
T1 armIst3C armIst3Cprior °
no assurnce assurances rfrdil regarding an armitc armitcprior
prior to the conveniD convening oC the pc peace C Cferencc con conferencc
tIr belief in inolcal Inofficial
confirm
ferencc tends to cnfn th lef
official circles hen > that ltU little hdwy hdwyha hettaY hettaYhs
olcal hs heart crcJ made bv the preet president In this thisdirecton thusdirection
ha direction bn Cp foa fo a late hor hoer thi this affr affrnoon after afternoon
noon directon the the Russlnn reply to the preints preintssugetion preshlents preshlentssuggestion
bad badnot hadnot
armistice
an
suggestion regarding armitc
sugetion not been recehc receiveti regarUng and unti until thi this rly rlyi replY replYit
ben or orthe ofthe
i it received the relt result of this p phase
the negotiations cnnot cannot b be kIOWI kIOWIIn known knownIn
In nEgotatons view of the fat that th he preent preentha preeident preeidenthas
far addressed himself 5lRml simultaneOusly
thug
has fal addre himf
ha taneOusly I to both bellIgerent n t powers powersthere
there t UI Is a d disposition PO o behave ttl tl that lr Mr MrTakahira
Takahira may have boght brought t to th the WhIte WhIteHouse Vhl e eHouse
or JapflS JapflSviews s
House tonight an epreo expneseion Jap
armIstice In response to tothe tothe
views upon an armistce reons
the presidents upn wen known hop hope that a acash acash
cash Iresidenfs would not precede th the conference conferenceIt cnferene cnfereneIt
pree
It has al all along bn been undero understood tt ttJapan that thatJapan
Japan would be nnwiln unwilling to grnt grant an anarmistce anarmistice
armistice at this time unless thlJy thlJyRSBure thOrOU5IrIy thOrOU5IrIynsoured
tmt unl
armistce nsoured RSBure that Ruoila RUSla was eenlouely aro7 de desirous do dosirous
sirous of pesC peace Whether Vhether sch such Irc Irchae aseursnE aseursnEhave
have ben been forthcoming i is nt not know knowLITTLE known knownLITTLE
LITTLE PROGRESS MADE MADEArmistce MADEArmistice
Armistice Armistce Awaits the Settlement Settement ofother of ofother
other Matters MattersSL
SL Petersburg Petebur June JUh 23There ThEre lie 1 nt ntIkel not notlikely
Ikel likely to be any furthfr further JOV move In tl the di directon direction
rection of an armistice unti entil the pleat pleatnoteirtiarles
recton noteirtiarles are anistiC prepared and th the p tiara tiaraof
of ptentark their t1eil metn meeting prepn defnitel fixe fixed Japan Japanseems J8pn J8pnem
o seems em unwiing unwilling to di1 discuss any nw new i Is Issue
net nettIed t ttid
sue unti until the these two qtion questions are
S1K tid tIed Thi This doe does nt not ntrly necessarIly man mean tt ttal that thatalt
ofhostilities of ofhotltes
suspension
alt al hope of arranging 3
hostilities before arrAnn the Jet meeting suspo ha has dlsP dlsPpeared
peared hotltes but as an initto indication of Japns Japnsmoo JapaWS JapaWSmood
pred
mood it Increes increases the doubt as to wbtbr wbtbrshe whether whethershe
moo she could b be Induce Induced to relinquish rplnquih ItP tempo temporandy I Irarily
randy thE strategic advantages which hih she sheevidently I Ievidenty
evidenty evidently stttgc beleves believes she enjyf enjoys enjoysIndeed I IIndeed
Indeed I It mi might ht rai raise the suico suspicion or orsprn ofsparring
sparring for time untl until Fi Fieki 11 Marshal MarshalOyama XarI XarI01ama
sprn 01ama Oyama ha has dveloe developed his gtve oUesmtve and andis
is actualy actually In proe process of d d5vering rins hi his hisblow
Now when Japn Japan could < eiy easily Weld plead It Itt Itwas
was too late The delay in settling n nfore the thematter
matter t oalte of the J nleninotentlarfes I t is there therefore
fore aU tl the mOr more deplored b by tho those do dosiring
siring to avoid further bosh bloodshed Bth Bthcuuntrle Both BothcountrIes
countrIes seemed perf ° cty willing to toname toname
cuuntrle prteety wllng
name negotator negotiators but ech each evietly evidently do dosides
sde sides the other otherto to shwn shows its han hand first firstOn
On accnt account of Forig Foreign Minister Lame Lamedorffs
dorfrs mne fllneszs s AmbaSM Ambassador d e Meyer fYEr was wasunable
unble unable to have a promd personal interview wth wthhim with withhim
I him eiher either yetenlRv yesterday 01 or toay today bt but It ItIs
is bleed believed tht that colmunfcti communications from fromWashington
Washington are pa passing ng In writing ritng It Itappears
I Lamsdorff has had hada
appears that Count Lmsorff ha
appel
a touch of bert heart tle trouble and his phy physichan
aA py pyican
sichan ican again agin tOa today forbade forbde hIrer to leave leavehis lve lveh1
his rom room but promise to allow the theminister
h1 minister to go to the chanctIoo chancehiory tomor tomorrow tomorrow
row rowARRESTED rowARRESTED
ARRESTED SECNDTIME
Forer Former Chief Joh Fohn W Hi Hillof of Phila Philadeiphia
delpha deiphia Accused of Falsifying lsiying I IHis IKis
His BoOks BoOksPhiladelphia o ks ksPhiadelphia
Phiadelphia Philadelphia June 2For 23For the sec second second
ond tme time this week John W Hi Hill for former rormer
mer chief of the bureu bureau or filtration filtrationwith filrti filrtiws
ws with arrested toda today on charge charges of forg forgeT forgcry
eT and falsificton falsification o of certain bks bksand books booksand
and papers for the purpose 0 of de def defrruding
f frruding uding the ciy city or Phladepbi Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAfter
After a hearing I lasting stng nerly nearly six sixhours sixhours
hours he was held In 2550 bn ball for fortrial fortrial
trial His aaest arrest toay today was as a gret gretsurrse great greatsurprise
surrse surprise coming so clh closely o on Ill his hisstatement
statement or innoene innocence of foreT forgery Rn and andfaisification
falsifcton faisification of reurd5 records on which whichcharges bich bichcharges
charges h ho was held i in 555 hail on
Weneay
The princpl principal Wi witness ne asilst against llr llrHi Mr MrHill
Hi Hill was S G Garett Garrett a a fomer fomerploye former em employe
ploye of the iiitration firton bureu bureau Evidenee Ei Eiden
den denee e was prouce produced teing tending to sw show showthat
that etmat estimates of the work trk done by byD byDaniel I
D Daniel nle J cNichol a cntretor contmetor were werepadded ere
padded and that the city W3S was de dofrauded
frauded out of about 40000 OO Counsl Counslfor Counsel Counselfor
for the defense claimed that th the Ei evi evidence
dence ence prduced produced di did not prve prove Mr lr Hi Hill Hillguilty
guiy guilty of the ofense offenses chare charged chargedThere
There were mln many rumr rumors aft afloat to today today
day that ns a reul result of the ar arrest or ofMr orIr
Mr Ir Hi IJill other perss person of proinfnc prominence prominenceIn
in municpl municipal afair affairs wi will b be arte arrested arrestedbut
but up to late late tonight nthing nothing de dowel doweloped
oped Mayor Ia or Weaver Vever tot today deide decided on ona on ona
op a special sesion session or ct city councl councils to totake totake
take up the mater iratter of ciy city fnane finances ad adto and andto
to consIder prpoitins propositions for the re no nomovah
movl movah crossings crossings crossingsBOTH of dangerous rairod railroad ge gecrossings grade gradecrossings
T TBOTH
BOTH WENT DOWN DOWNTWI DOWNTw9
TWI Tw9 Wooden Steamer Steamers Colde Collide in St StClair StClair
Clair Rivr RivrDetroL RivnrDetroit
DetroL Detroit June 23The The wotn wooden stemers stemersCity ateamers ateamersCity
City of Rome an anti Lnu Linden eUIE collided erl erltoda early earlytoday
toda today In tle the St S1 Clair rver river Qte poeite Ta Tamoo Teah Teahmoo
moo park park an sad bth both wre wsre snk sunk Two Twomember Twomembers
member members or the crew of the Linden Linden the thecook
cook c6k an and his wie wife Wfr were drwne drowned The Theother
other membrs members of bth both CWS crows ep escaped in inI insafety
safety from the o sinking bt boats T The Ct Ctof City Cityof
I of Rome wa was hound dowth down With a cargo cargoof
of Iron ore and the Linden 1 lnen was wa up upbeund
bCmd beund Or Off Tasbmo Tashmoo park the Lind Linden Lindenit n nit
it isaid issaid suddenly sheered and rammed rammedTh
Th Ci City of Rome The LlndtnJ Lindenp cbn cbnand cabin cabinand
to and upper works work brke broice away a ay from rom the thehull te tehul
hul hull as as the stemer steamer went down an and andwith
with ith the cptain captain on It drfEd drifted some d die dietauce
tance do down stram stream wher where it grounded groundedon
on a a shoal shoal Th The City CI of Rome Roe belonged belongedto
t to the J C Gichrst Gihclrrist Cet fleet The Linden Lindenis
is owned b by the Sanuky Sandueky Bd B Lum Lumbl Lumher
bl her company of Sandusk Sandusky 0 0f 0ACCEPTED 0easm
easm easmACCEPTED f
ACCEPTED A BRIBE BRIBEKanss BRIBEKansas
Kanss Kansas CIty Ciy June Junt 23Frank 3Frnk Camp Campbel Campbell
bel bell a member of the I Kansas anS Ciy CiyKan City CityKan
Kan school board was convletod o flet to toda today
day da of acceptng accepting a bribe from a con contractor co
tractor who in retur return relve received an animportat animportant
importat important contrct contract Crm from the bOrd bOrdANOTHER board boardANOTHER
ANOTHER WARRANT ISSUED ISSUEDPhiadelphia ISSUEDPhiladelphia
Philadelphia June iaAnother Anther > wrraat wrraatwas
Phiadelphia Wrt Wrtwa
wa was Issued today for thf the arreet re or o John Johnv
v Hi 11111 formerlY efrk clerk of the 1I5IVt1OU 1I5IVt1OUbureau
bureau of this dt city o on chare charges o uC f fgory
ge gory MI Mr Hi 11111 is now under 5005 0 ball ballfor
for trial on simiar similar charges chargesBANI chare chareBANf
BANI CLOSED CLOSEDKalamnzoo CLOSED1alamnsoo
BANf
Kalamnzoo Mt4li June Zlhe Th V1k Vicks Vicksburg
bur burg EclHpl Exuhngq 9 nth hanlj anlf pf Vicksturg TIclwburJ sol solrintanily 01 011luriy
1luriy rintanily cI9 el9sod fi il its dQtlEtal Th Thaltsr ThaclIt
altsr aclIt rtrCiiftlt4tnt l cn t dQItWdY i ft uberc 1n rd rd tf to s sIsfy
lis Isfy fn nfl dt1ids demands Wticfravsais t 1lrawals or f de delolt deDeskS
lolt DeskS cWed caused the closng closngA clostng
A
ENDS ENDSHIS HIS LIFE LIFEWITH LIFEWITH
WITH A NOOSE NOOSEJoh NOOSEJohn
Joh John Mier Miller a a Loca Local Restunt Restuntn Restaurant Restauranttan
tan n Comt Commits Suci SuciGAMBLING Suici Suicia SuiciGAMBLING
a
GAMBLING LOSSES CAUSE CAUSEWAS CAUSEWAS
WAS ALONE IN THE WORLD AND ANDDESPONDENT ANDDESPONDENT
DESPONDENTceUSPENDD DESPONDENT DESPONDENTSUSPE
I
ceUSPENDD lED at te the end of a a rope at attch atI attachied
SUSPE tch tachied to a 1mb limb of 8 a exwb exwbapple b bapl
I apl apple tree to the Ufeleb lifeless body of ofJobn ofJohn
John Mier Miller pIpretor proprietor of tH the Xi Mu Muer
leI er cafe cfe was as found ey early yer yerd yseter yseterday
d day y m mornIng In In te the rer rear o of 126 126We 126Weed
Weed Sooth Temple street Death Deathwas a awa
We Sth Teple sre
wa was caused from strangulation strgua t ts Lt Ltis
is s supposed cus ely early yeter yesterday moing moingand morning morningnd
and nd supp when found by Seret Sergeant Rort Rortand RoberLsend
and Patrol Driver Armstrong Armsron th thmns thr thrmans <
mans tongue was Drver hanging out or hiS hiSmout hismouth
mns mouth tonge and the > face facewas bagg was b badly dl dlcoore dir dirtolored
mout tolored A chir chair tE that Miller ie eienty eientymounte evidently evidentlynounted
coore
mounte nounted while hle adjuing adjusting the tbeabut noose nooseibout
abut ibout his nek neck had bn been overurned overurnedTh overturned overturnedrie
rie cord wIh with whic which be hun hung hlml hlmlproe himself himselfpeoved
Th
proe peoved cor to b be a a piee piece of te the clothee che iin iinfrom ln lnfrom
from th the re rear of th the cfe cafe but hAd been beenInubled n ndoble
doble Inubled to strengthen ItThe it The gulH gulHsght gruesotflP gruesotflPeight
discovered by a fruit peddler peddlerwho
sght eight was dmovered a fui pdler pdler1ho
1ho who Immeitely Immediately notfted notified the polce polceL0 poIic poIicLosses
L0 Losses over the green coh cloth are sid said t 11 111ve i iiave
geen
1ve iave le led Mier Miller to disrcto distraction a and attr attrgambling f
gmblng gambling aU hi his money 8wy away erly erlyyeterday early earlyyesterday
yeterday yesterday morning mlng be ende ended bl his career careerlie r rHe
the rM rMlght redLight
He wa was a a rrequet frequent visior visitor In
Light district and WI was Mn aeon there thr unti until untilyesterday
lght dirit an
yesterday > mornIng ely early playing th throulettf the theroulette
estera morning
roulettf roulette wheel HardlY Hardly 8 we week Jd Jdthat isassed isassedthat
that he did not siuander Suader comdderIp comdderIpmne ccarsiderabi ccarsiderabimoney
mne money ad and of lae late be ha had bowed bowedmney borrowel borrowelzioney
mney zioney to ho hold him ont of of some e dUDeu dUDeutes ditticulLies
tes Lies Luck Luck favore favored ithp iq a ltte little loUt loUtsx about abouteli
eli moths months ago ad and wIth bil his winnings winningsbe 1nni 1nnihe
sx he sted started hi his retaut restaurant at 1 32S West Westsouth e
South Temple sret street SIM Since U then h hoe hoever
eer ver he has ha taken aU the elnt earnings fromthe from fromthe
the retaurt restaurant an and It lost It It At t Ur times 11 11cm hame
cm ame into the rturt restaurant ae after pn pnbUng gan ganhung
bUng mot most of te the night in a a dent dentconditon despondent despondentrondition
conditon rondition and it is bl hallowed ed tht that h he r rtr rc rcurned
morning and anddecie andIcclded
tr urned boe home yeerdY yesterday moni
Icclded to kn kill hlllf hlllfJutice hImself hImselfJustice
decie
Jutice Justice of the Pe Peace Dna Dana T Smih SmihIee Smith Smithdewed
ordered them themt8ken therictaken
dewed Iee the remains es ad and orere
taken to Evans undertaking parlors parlorswhere lors lorshere
here the they ar are being bing prepared for forburial nr nrburil
buril burial Miller 11r has no rlAtve relatives prp Dving Dvinghere Hyinghere
here and the only rlatve relative In ti thIs Cll Clltr cow cowLry
Is said to be a sister In Buffalo N NY
tr Lry i sid b a siter Butao Butaoy
lived here for nearly nearlytwenty
y Miller mer had Jve 1r fo 8h 8htwenty
twenty years and was employed at Joh JohGaacbrs John JohnGallachors
yer an W ep ye
Gallachors rearant restaurant o on Stk South Main Xainstreet Mainstreet
Gaacbrs
street for sver several ye years as a ck ckTho cook cookrhoe
Tho rhoe who kw knew him sy say tht that he e was wasof as asof
of cherful cheerful dlsDtion disposition an and alwa always alwayspleasant g gpleant
pleant pleasant pleasantThe
The argemnt arrangements for te the funral funeral ha1 ha1not have havenot
not been made I It is lkely likely tha that th thboy the thebody
body will me not be buried until word is isreeive isreceived
boy wi no b bure unt wo
reeive received fr from the sister sistere sisterWAR sisterWAR e
WAR IN MANCHURIA INMANCHURIATactics MANCHURIATactics
Tactics of Oyama Puzzling to Russian RussianOffi RussianOfficials
Offi Officials OfficialsSt als alsSt
St Petersburg June 2 21 4t p m mACCrding inAccording
According to t dllYs news fNM the thefront thefront
front the J Japanese panese after drtYlng In th thRus the theRussian
Rus Russian lan advance dyan < e posts postJUSed paused tex yestexday ye texday
day and doubt seems to exist at thc tbrRussian thcRussian
Russian headquarters as to whether whetherField hethf > r rField
Field Marshal arshal O Oyama ama has yet gotten otten hi hicolumns hit hitcolumns
columns In position to strike or Is a asuming assuming
suming a false offensive to affect the thepeace thepeace
peace negotiations
Gunshu Pass Manchuria June 23 23The 23The
The Japanese are no longer pressing the theRussians theRussians
Russians south and doubt Is now entertamed enter entertained
tamed as to whether the weak offensive ofensivpis
is the precurser of a big battle 01 a adiplomatic adiplomatic
diplomatic maneuver Belief In the theprompt theprompt
prompt conclusion of peace is we weaken weakenlug JtenIn <
In lug
InThe The heat is intolerable E Even en th thnights thnights <
nights afford little relief reliefALLEGED reliefALLEGED
ALLEGED LAND FRAUDSArrest FRAUDS FRAUDSArrest
Arrest of Benjamin H Tallmage at atRoswell atRosweli
Roswell New Mexico MexicoRoswell MexicoRoaweli
Roswell N lI June 2aWlt What t It di diclued dodared
clued to be a p parallel raJlel to the land fraud fraudproeecutions fratlprosecutions
prosecutions in Oregon and Montana has hasbMn hasbeen
been started here by the arrest of Ben Benmom 1 1jamin
mom H Tallmadg of Chicago o of HI HIthe Ito Itothe
the C L L TaUntadge Southwestern Ja Lail Lailcompany j ri ricomp8n
company on the chare of subornati subornatiof r rof
of perjurl Tallmadge was takf befor beforUnited for forUnited
United States CommissIoner Carl Sn Snder Sny Snyder
der and gave i1fJ6 h560 bonds for his appear appeaance appearance
ance
Chicago June 23C L TaJlmadge saidthat said saidthat
that no fraud had been committed and andthat and andthat
that the law a had not been violated i11 i11any inany
any way whatever whateverThe whateverThe
The arrest or B H Tallmadge is due dueto d l lto
to spite workn work he said saidr saidMRS saidMRS
r
MRS ROGERS RELEASED RELEASEDFROM RELEASEDFROM
FROM THE DEATH CELL CELLWindsor CELLWIndsor
Windsor Vt June 23rs Mary M MRogers 1 1Rogers
Rogers who was to have b been en bangd bangdtoday hangdtoday
today for the murder of her husband ha habeen habeen
been released from solitary connnemtd connnemtdand C Cand
and permitted to mingle with the oth othw othr othrwomen
w women men prisoners Rt the state prison prisonThis prisonThis
This privilege was a result of the actil1 actil1of actt i iof
of the United States circuit court eeurtterday yen yenterday
terday in granting an appeal te the thesupreme thesupreme
supreme court CO1rtCTRESS courtACTRESS
S
ACTRESS ARRESTED ARRESTEDON
ON MURDER CHARGEMilwaukee CHARGE CHARGEUlwaukee
Milwaukee June IEva BaCllti Bacon t tyears
years old 8 professionalSinger professional inger and andactre andactress
actress s was arrested today OR the thecharge
charge of murder murderThe
The oman is wanted in Chicago Chicagowhere Chlcagwhere
where it is said she shot John Bennett Bennettto
to t death on May lay 6
6 6FATHER 0 0FATHER
FATHER MURPHY WINS WINSChleabO WINSChicago
Chicago June 23A A dispatch to the theTribune theTribune
Tribune from LIncoln Neb saysThe says saysThe
The injunction Instituted by Bi8hP Bi8hPThcm BiahpThomas
Thomas s Bonacum of the Catholic diOMO diOMOof dloecoof
of Lincoln against the Re Rev William Mur Murphy Murphy
phy former parish priest at Seward a ato as asto
to who shall occupy Ute pariah Il propern propernat ri riat
at Seward has been dismissed by th thNebta8ka thNebtaska °
Nebta8ka supreme court Father Murph MurphretAins Murphretains
retAins possession although long ago os oscommunicated e ecommunicated
communicated by Bishop Bonac m In Intlw Inthe
the opinion one paragraph is that th thcourt tine tinecourt
court cannot enforce or register the de decrees d dcrees °
crees of Rome RomeTOWN
II n CI CITOWN
TOWN BURNED BURNEDChrl8tJania BURNEDChristiflia
Chrl8tJania June 3FIre In the sea seaport seaport
port town of Porsgrund toda today destroyed destroyedMty destroyed1fty
Mty houseS and 60G OO persons ae home homeless homeless
less The damage is estim estimated ted at atlSH8 at12O5S
lSH8
REFUSED TO ACCEPTBuds ACCEPT ACCEPTBuda
Buds Pest June 23It is UDder UDderstood under4ood
stood that the kingemperor bas re rerfJsed refused
fused to accept the resignation wr th thpremier the thepremier
premier General Baron Fejervary and anlthe andthe
the members of the ne new cabinet cabinetPERIA eabinett eabinetPEORIA
t
PEORIA CHOSEN CHOSENilfnwaukeeJnw CHOSENMilwaiIkiline
ilfnwaukeeJnw 5Pp P n th thWo the theegt
egt Wo W dl11 ° o of Ai Anileri erij Jel LC LCBuffillo IIL IILBut
But Buffillo lo Wl5a waaacIoe clo o second

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